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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 June 1868

TEE NORTHERN PRESS ON IM PEAOHMENT0 JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN TUE SIENATE. [From the Providence Journal, (Senator Anthony's paper.] The New York Tribune has continued to argue the itpeachment by special ap peals to the Senators up to the very day before their judgment is to be given. In its article of yesterday it utters what it calls its " last words to the Senate before the verdict." They are of the nature of an appeal to the Republican Senators, as such, to go, one and all, for the conviction and removal of the President. It declares that every one of them who rises in hie abat to day and votes "not guilty" will virtually say, " I am the same -as Andrew Johnson ; I am his defender and apologist; I go into history as his companspn; his deeds are my deeds; his speeches are my speeches; I give to his past career my ap proval; I accept the responsibility of any thing he may do in the future." All this followed by much more to the same effect, the design of which is to place any Repub ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 June 1868

OUR SOUTHERN DEAD. BY FATIIER RYAN. Gather the sacred dust Of the warriors tried sand true, Who bore the flag of our nation's trust, And fell in the cause though lost, still just, And died for me and :~ou. Gather them each and all! From the private to the chief! Come they from hovel or princely hall, They fell for us, and for them should fall The tears of a nation's grieL Gather the corpses strewn O'er many a battle plain, From many a grave that lies so lone, Without a name and without a stone, Gather the Southern sldin. We care not whence they came, Dear is their lifeless clay! Whether unknown or known to fame,' Their cause and country still the same They died-and wore the gray. Wherever the brave have died, They should not rest apart; I Living they struggled side by side Why should the hand of death divide A single heart from heart. Gather their scattered clay, Wherever it may rest; Just as they marched to the bloody fray, Just as they fell on the battle day, Bury them breast to b...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 June 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 June 1868

4LEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY......... JUNE 1's1868 PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nowinees of the National Demn ocratic Convention. ORR1 l TL-E0 TORS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GA1RR1TT, Of Ouachita. -R, C.; WIOKLIFFE, Of lWeat ferwiana. FIRS T COQORX88 ONAL DISTRICT, ANT.UON SAMBOLA. x. B.BRADY , aHIrBD CONGRUSIONAL DISTRICT, . ANDREW 8. ,ERt)J POLTR H 002GRBs8E O2fNALDtsTrBIIc A. DE BLANC. N. B. COLEMAN. N 'OOII 8 0ION AND . . -STORAGE; BUSINE8B. TfHE TUNDERSIGNED HAVING . purchased the large commodioa r ow occupied b$ Wi11i3 l $l$ 1"-0n t14 1sR-o uI Y Sooymiece business at thbt tnd if... E. Bll 1OS08 `. The Lai~fq ' aga& i art, Able. . r ..Bo oaf, .dvp ising :eel Uwa it, will be perceived, ,tlhant1 se h. ian& noble packets. lisebmi ied tlie ptacheta sioked Iethe calumet y ec snil henceforth will form a ;si-wkeek ly line from New Orleans to Sbreve port: " The Iafburehe bi drDpped her old, regularday of leaving the;Crese ent c-ity at a asllen back of Tihescta .A 'he SAble w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 June 1868

S WASHIsaTON, Mky 30--SenOato;--After 'nnimportant busldesi aid' eireon iti .ea sion, Arliansas 'admiission resuiicd. Wi ,son wonld neveB 'consnt to adjournment antil the Southern States were, admitted. Frelinghoyefn maintained that Congre.A could not impose' constitutlons, nor could it withdraw., assent to. amendment, coz. teil tthe 14th article was adopted.-4 oo t ~dsame vew. Doolittle char.aterised the Arkanspe constitution a a nti-Chiistian and anti.Re pnblican.. Trumbull did not believe-l`its fundamental, conditions,; bqt, would vote for them to sane the bill. Forry's bill striking out was lost 4b 2g to 20. Several motions 'to 4tf n failed, until " -Drake commenced a w rittn sp6ech. l~d. mund's amendment, reported yesterday, was defeated without divisio : House-Butler offered a resolution. for-, bidding written ccmmnrrlnations reaching' Wooley until the 8peakqrhad opened and Sread them. fie Speaker declitqo opentug sealed letters' r tclegra cteie if 9ried by theHon... FPnnal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 June 1868

" TEACH ME THY WA'A" 0 , thou unseen, eternal ote,i Whom myriad worlds obe ' Whose being is-whose wil:e tonse, . Where'er therays of star or.a.n Ha, Tbhrough the wide reauns of ether run; le "Teach ne Thaay.:" ` 'pil At morn, when first Thy- en beams sto Thy glorions works display, When o'er the hill Thy smnliglht streams,: And parth witii'll and' beauty teems, Like some bright islein happy dreams; 005 "Teach me Thy way." At evening, when Thy shadows fall s. Around departing day, And lowly'vale, and mountain tall, PE And'stream, and lake, and forest-all BC Grow sombre with Thy mantling pall; "Teach me Thy way." lor less, when in Life's solemn hour, Are sleeping silently, The weary bee in tiny flower, A The wild bird, in his greenwood bower, And souls 'neath thatch or princely tower; "Teach me Thy way.". When by the smile of Summer blest, dFu The fields and woods are gay, CT All in a robe of verde dressed; go When the wild winds have sunk to rest, Thy waves are still in Ocean's br...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 June 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 June 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY .... ....N~, 17,:1868 P RESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nominealaes of the National Dem ocratie Convention. W'OIt 2IlL2J0TSots STATE AT LARGE4 ISAIAH GARRBBETT, Of Ouaitd~, R,. C. W1CKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIST CONGRESSIONAL 'DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. BSECOND CONOGESSIONAL DISTRICT, M.43. BRADY. HIarD CONGRESSIONAL DIASPRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. 70 Tieff CONGRRiSSIO)L DISIRICZ, A.; E BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTIrCt N. B. COO' MAN. Exercises at the Seminary. Sj The examinations at the State Semi nary, which have been progressing for some time, will close this week. We taderstand that they bhage proved ox ceedingly satisfactory and show uncom mon diligence and :proficiency on the .pat'pf the Students. The ommence ment exercises will take place next week. On Tuesday will be the contest in oratory for the medal which is given to the best speaker On Wednesday addresses will be delivered before the Faculty and Students by Gen. Harry T. Hays and Dr.. 0. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 June 1868

W61Phl pa Speaki. As it is always a matter of eui ity'to eahsti learn what eundell Phillips thlnkiS on the n poltial ation, we yield a portloni of t' ourlV600 to his oraenlar uttoraude. At a 4eeing Of the Anti-Sl5vYerYo y A4epoin- 1 pod Freo Lovers, Commu iutyCb OAer uters, Traunscedentalist, 1M.aionaitats and cientistst' the notable Wendell poir ed oftt his mind upon the Chicago lat-. a for- teim al nominee sand the re form; th a .consiute bhisat- the 8i peet genernlIYo As - i ,e?.blit~tO t ie Platform f leregurConventionh bk the followfng . Y" , gp be • Uso rtro5s.: .t ik desoi ed, That in the deftat of o h.. ac- ' mert the B nulnliaCaf pr e!t d.-dg- Abouit merit again we t wn ad ett- to' ofee tlatinafin in lj rus, tling edBers hP coneoiting ~ ~ p wttblll ith s wa 'Reatole That in tih dank n man, the the a dishonored magtiste, thy.agibboQv dblnW trhw icr, t he treachers hf the a tir up of It ba sedition, the nie , , the patron Sinn- meat, terfeiters, the ofer Of of mnrdorer$ the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 June 1868

OUR CONFEDERATE DEAD. IYT ROSA VERTNER JEFFREY. Sow the battle storm is over, Where has ebbed its crimson tide, Enow-drops spring-and pure white clover. White !-fronha-elds in life-blood dyed. Blood of soldiers!-where are ours I In their green graves-tombless, low, By gentle strangers wreathed with flowers, Drape"by God with wreaths of snow i Here and there-where friends have found them- Lovers, sons, pale marbles gleam, But to make the greedfranks round them, Nameless all! still sadder seem. Broken boards of oak or cedar, Low, sparse shrube-but who can tell, 'icket guard, or scout, or leader How, or where they fought or fell Beft of home, lo;', all things tender. Passed those spirts, true and brave, Blessed in knowing no surrender Of the rights they died to save ! " Tis not death my soul fears meeting," Said a youth in dying pain, "Coulu you stay the breath now fleeting, I would fight and die again !" One of many-who fell, scorning Life-if conquered they must live Fell defiant-only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 June 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 June 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: sEDNrSDAY.........UNE 24 1868 FOR The Nomitaes of the .ational Dea , oqtiie, (I tenl ony , FOR E LEJ OTORS *, ATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARR'ETT, Of Ou~ckita. - C. WIC'"LIFFE, Of Weat Feliciana. FIB T CaON.GRESSIONAL DISTRICT, AN1BTO1Y SAMBOLA. SECJOND CONGRF3 8ION4L DL94IG7, M. B. BBADY.. THIRD doGi E88IONA DIS±*IC, ANDBRWS i. BE RON. FOUBTH CONGRBESSIONALDISTBICT A. DE BLANC. FIFLH CONGBREsITONrAes 1A ) :II T I (5' I The, teamer 'St, Icholas, for the speeiaT accomodatioq of tW Cadets of thel minaryr, ill leavefor New Orleans to-morrow (Thllirsday) at 4 o'elockl. $, This e io'aie.ii her de parture l orthis trp only.. tI General rry T. IHays, of New Orleans,:, whbse nae is a household werd- 'with every mian, woman ab'd child in Louisiana; who isjustly ihon ored snd revered as ~true and faithful leaderiia the Lost: Cause; the genial gentleniarnand acco~nplihed jurist .ar rived here on the St. Nicholas. Our people were pleased once more to have hi9p in their &midst ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 June 1868

,, ,r-seiTN fIE N.{LIONAT (;F RETERY A'' 1.'v T. r!.afa i1tgily Iý..-erenti' here, " Bowv with tincovere' head, .'or sieeping iu ;nis MLilow'd ground, Ulae iu brirp"1r Ve iead.i Jalinly and quiei t thee rest', In thk bome i:eir country saV " Wbhio a intonL's'te"' emaiali to sod, Of fheirfallent hero" brave' " But, oh, oaln: where roin t i .::: Our Southern heroes true: Who strove soly'buand 6dell And died forid'e :had you Scatteed e ,id lonely, ate theii>e . Unmarked, fors ken sL.g u .nkno vi No friend bends o'er tlieir iacq of rest. They 1ie 1e deati ailpe Yet not alone, for 1ear ...Jipo Where rests 9 mrt~I'do' oe, An Angel blright h )soviing, , hi.. pering,, 'rTant .well.:o,, ;,ý.,,I Blessed above all otbhev th;se:,. ..-, bWho for.their;comntr die,':. ;,i ior them the Ss lIbatkrdservv d A crown of nti*n ty, it.r- . ',t: ,! , I.t mattith not o~ ri 'r i e clay-' Th ei srols apith t . r , od: ' And- camly, peiaefully they Aleep, As those beneith'flhit sod. . The New Sere t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 June 1868

AFTER THE BALL: BY LII. BOOPER. I sit beside my midpight fire, The ballroom roses in my hair; . Without the rain is falling fast, And strange storm voices fill the air. My feet are weary of the dance, The revel whirls within my brain, And something deep within my breast Throbs with a ceaseless pulse of pae. Yes, I have plucked the Dead Sea fruit, And savored long its rind of gold; Its ashy core now frets my lip, Its dust is falling from my hold. And though I straggle to forget, . And though my heart be triply steeled, I cannot banish from my brain A vision of a battle held : A vision of that solemn hour When won and ended is the fight, And when upon the awful scene Look down the tender eye~ of ight; While pillowed on his prostrate borse, And pale beneath his raven hair, The old smile new upon his lips, The man I love lies lifeless there,. He loved me as such men citn love; The brave, the noble and the true; He wooed me, as a gallant heart' And poet soul alone c tild wvoo; lle told...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 July 1868

- bA 'A -* ~~;·· '-~-II a4ý Q i J` v * yý~ 'ýC24 .) J FAANDRIA, L O ý 1el ER, Mo S DMOCRAT" isablisbedWeek at rivr a DOLLARS-per annum, TURnR six months, yyableo in advance. Nd oiption takefor a less period thanu Months :. >'I? nsert4di at ,t.ee te of$1 50 man sap QAE fouthe first an t 7l cara. forr . each a.bse.. 4Eigb~ I.ims of Iu9s(sonsti a uruae.. fe' fl.Wtiing a6 our to yearlyA Adre$$rt Column 175 00 id of Codmkn--- .. . ....- Iso 00 arth of Column... 100 00 (occupying -space of eight -lines.orles,),.l .......... .... 00 Obituary Not~es, Marriges, Public tings, Cais of ''hanka, etc., to be aid for as advertisements. Si Personal cards, when admissibe,l hargcd double the usual advertisements. ATTORNEBYS ATL LAW. W7. A. SEAY, TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXANDRIA, La., Will practice in the Courts of lapides and adjoining Parishes. CULLOML & KILPArRICK, : A TTORNEYS AT LAW, ALEXAND Sria, La. THOS. C. MANNING, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT .l.. Law, Alexandria, La. II. S. LOSEE, SA T...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 July 1868

WUDES aYl..; s...LY 8 WiPIN83DAYSY..:- ....ULY- 1.1868. POR PRESIDENT and VICE-PREUIDENT The Nominees of the National Din ocrati onvention. FOER 2L iE ~ 1 CTOERs STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRET-T, Of Ouachita. aB.1. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIR ST CONGREBSSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOf3A. BECOND IONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIO-NAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOUBTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. 'TJH CONGRESSIONAL. DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. 'A New Volume, To-dy we-enter;upon the 24th vol- t n-ue 9f the LOUISIAA DEK0ORAT. Twenty-three years of its existence as H' a: ]Democratic journal have, passed at Saway, and we enter upon anotheryear, a determined to adhere to the same perin ciples which have been advocated in its columns from the day of its founds tion. In a few months will ocnrthe e sixth. Presidential election since the DEaxoCMAT commenced its career. As ca Sntimes ast we shall support the- H Docratic candidates and platform, and shall rejoice ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 July 1868

Af i igh Exposue of the 6rtles and Blenders of the Radical Party-The owues of the Coming Campaign Dis gcused, co, &0, &o. rCONTINu ED FROM PIRST PAGE.] of their civil rights. Also, special pardons were granted upon oaths and bonds being S for good behavior. In these Southern . ~athe question seriously arises, what t . the effect of these pardons upon these -gentlemen 9 Although they have been en. S igaged in rebellionrthey have ceased to be rebels Jaid down their arms and taken this oath of new allegiance to the Govern: s aentof the United State s. What is the Sf of it 9 I maintain, fellow-citizens, t- -J-Jthe effect of these pardons, which have been granted by the President of the United States, is absolute to restore a man -who accepts the pardon to his full rights of citizenship, and that it is not in the - power of Congress to take these rights s'¶ away; that the President exercises the pardoning power, and in the exercise of -that pardoning power Congress has no right...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 July 1868

r THE DANCE. With twinkling feet, in choral chime, The mazy dance sweeps down the floor, Where mirth and music moves in rhyme Beneath the reign of Terpsichore* Sweet melodies, likesApril rain, Bright cheeks that glow with bloom Lithe forms pntouched by care and pain. Float, cloud-like, round the brilliant room An odor faint, like musk or rose The flashing gleam of gold ard pearls- C Soft murmuring voices that discloss The fairy fornis of laughing girls. s They swim: they float, they riLe and full Like waves that break in silver spray And meteor-like ,adown the hall I They chase the fleeting hours away. They Form, they break, retreat. advance, And whirl in many a dizzy ring, As fast and faster grows the dance, Swift as the swallow's circling wing. See how amid the mirthful storm They sway and red with bending grace, And now in "erried lines they form Each with a partner face to face. The music strikes another string Soft as the cooing of the dove; Airs, borne on Zephyr's purple wing-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 July 1868

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 July 1868

ALEXANDRIA; LA.: WP~EDSDAY.........ULY 8, L~8. FOE PRESIDENT ail VICE-PRESIDENT The Nominees of the National Den ocratic Convention. FOREL J EiC TOLS STATE AT LAILGE. IBAIAH GAREETT, Of Ouachita. R.4. WICKLIFFE, Of West Felciania. FIBS TCONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY BAMBOLA. SECOND CONGBRESIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW s. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRE88IONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. Death of Julge Moise. We are pained to learn that Hon. E. Warren Moisd died at his residence in the city of New Orleans on the 29th of Jaie. Judge.foise was a native of South Carolina and was .in the 57th year of his age. Hecame at.an early day to the city 6f New Orleans and engaged in the practice of Law, a profession in which he was eminently successful. any years age he was elected to the House of ieirementatives of Louisiana in which body he sat for.neaply ifteen years, and was several tlmesalts Speak er, Fora 4abort time under ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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