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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 6 September 1862

_The Opelousas Courier. _ _ - _______________ - Vol. 10. Opelousas, Parish of St. Landry, La. September 6, 1562. No. 40.. . . . . . ... ..i .. - - "• • unn u ,. .. . .u ... . . . . .I .. ., . . . . .r opelousas : BATUIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1862. TIrE ZiO0t-CLAD wnts o-WAX.-For the seven teenth time at least, we have been told again about th aleet of Copfederate iron-clad ships abt'c coming South. This time it has some sem blance of truth, and we now believe that there are three at Charleston, and some two or threep Nassau, N. P., which will soon be armed,.manded and ready to leave for one of our ports. Wshall soon hear of theft again. THE LAST NEWS. We take from the Woodville Republican of the 80th august, furnished us by a friend, the foilowing news which are the latest received here: S"'Mj. Gen. Stuart, with'a force of cavalry, sur prised and routed 5,600 Yankees near Catlett's sta tion, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, on the. 22d inst. His command destroyed an immense amount o...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 6 September 1862

Le Courrier des Opelousas. Vot. 10. Opelousas, Paroisse St. Landry, 6 Septembre 1862. No. 40. OPELOUSAS i MiDTiMATIN, 6 SiEPTEÊMBRE 862 s V7VIsES BLNiOés.--Pour la dixième foie être, on nous apporte encore des nouvelles rz ement ' une flotte de navires blindés apparte. a aux Etatp Confédérés. Cette fois cependant velle nous arrive avec tous les semnblans de td, et sajourd'hui nous croyons fermement que s puissans navires de guerre blindés sonth pré ep scureté dans un de nos ports (Charleston) et n nombre semblable est h Nassau, port an s, en voie d'armement ctd'dq ufipement, d'où ils ront bientGt pour le service a*umrl elus-son *aita. ous en saurons bientôt davantage. On rapporte que les Yankees ont évacué le Donelson. D'un autre cGté on dit que nos pes ont fait 'OU prisonniers a ce Fort. 'un et l'autre rapport demandent confirmation. LES DERNIERES NOUVELLES. ous psisonrs deris le Woodville Repuzblican du 30 t, que nous devonusî l'obligeance d'un ami, les lIques nouvelles suirantes,...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 September 1862

oLe 1C Iiriser .der SPtbeo 8i N Vôl. 10. O Opelonsa-s. Parôîsse St. Laùdry. ) 20 Septembre aPa 628. O0P.EIL OIr,0uMs A4e: U DM4TrN, 20 SESPT 18G. 1Ž S DiMt4AOElfiTv.-Le Gouverneur Moore et le ( * , JAyl<or ont trapporté leurs Quartiers Gnié S dt notre.oiue à Alexandrio. Or ne dit pas si p Sftio' ei t p iu convenable, plus s~re ou plus st.ie; mais on suppose au contraire que les em 6eg f.f que ces. oesieurs ont rencontré ici ne taeorit ps smufante. AcOcfir.--Mercredi dernier, un petit garçon dé -tauns s'est noyj dans une petite minre d'eau prés la régidUmenc de parel's, où sou père, dit-on, at habitude de condaie- cet eitfani et de le DLb« des temps de crlse comme .celui dauI lequel sommes actuellement, il est pénible de vo::; rteinef çles de sp.culateurs, d'artisans ou d'i;. loses prdraloir de la misère pour amasser er ibr aux d&peus de ceux qui versent Ieul sang rlés chbim de 'btaille pour délfendre le sol de on-là m6me .qç demeurent chez enu dans une pai beI aisace. Sans pa...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 September 1862

______7~--~--=-=-~--- ~;-----r..r=~- c~--r-- -- N~o. ~~ ol. 10. Opelousas, Parish of St. Landry, Lab epte ert 2O, I6 o4 --n -- - -- JrPRP TflTTCT AVA MUT rTTA OPELOt1 ASAJ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 180t. Acatagis.- On Wednesday last, cicld three years old drowned himself in a small pool near 'the ousea of his parents in our Town. -It appears that his father had the habit of taking his child to this .small Zo1 to bathe him, whieh esplailnethi reason iby the boy was drowned. RsxovAL.-Qoverpor Moore and Gen. Taylor have removed their Headquarters from our Town to Alexandria. It is not said whether the situation is more convenient, more secure br more central, but it is to' be suppoeethat the accommodation these 'offers Wet *ith here were not what they espected. , A GIG ANTIC-RolDER".' - A week ago lasetthursday morning we witnessed the beginning of the second grand robbing expe dition son the Mississippi doast, by far more exten sive and ktunous to our people than that which we sew on, t...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 11 October 1862

The Opelo sas Co.rier. Vol. 10. Opel6usas, Patrish of S andry, La. October 11, I . _o..N 45 O ' ELOtS A·S: SATURDAY, : : OCTOBER 11, 1862. t " TO OUR PATRONS. lInee the establishment of the Courier, say De cember 1852, we have had tf good luck to be able to Issue reeklyour paper without interruption. But now we are forced by circumstances either to dis dontinu e entirely our publication, or curtail fromz our subscribers a certain number of names, which the bays. y 't Eou.r. parochial readers as well as our Our efforts to procur -- " - ff r the time and above commom ejertions, asld yet, until now, and at repeated times, we have been frustrated in our expectations. We will not relent in our endea vors to get paper, and as soon as we can succeed, we shall resume our regular publications. C.&LOarsLa.-OG Saturdey last, a Yankee Bark, i mounted by 12 or 15 men, with a piece of Cannon, ascended the Calcasieu river, passed the Town of Lake Charles an4 went some 9 miles further up, took ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 11 October 1862

IJe Courrier ds Opelousas. Vol. 10. Opelousas, Paroisse St. Laiiry, 11il Octobre IS62- No. 5. OPF.LOIS AS: MEDI 1KI OCTOBRE1I862. A NOS PATRONS. epuis»4tablissement du Courrier, c'est-à-dýre isDécembre 1852, nous avonseu la chance ei nabhur de pouvoir toujours lancPr notre journal les Samedis sans interruption. Mais mainte , PlimpossibilitO de nous procurer du papier force à discostinuer entièrement après la pro emission, ou à continuer quelques semnaincs *en ne desservant que nos abonnés de notre ste. C'est à cette dernière alternative que *vons jugé à propos de nous arrêter. sefforts ont été incegsants pour nous procurer Lussir quand des circonstances imprévues enues frustrer nes espérance@. Nous ne ces s de redoubler d'efforts pour nous procurer du r et rprendre nos publications régulières. bfM ssr à. Thos. J. Semrnes, 'un de nos Si-a tt L«cGus J. Dupré, notreRepréseitanIt au ès, voudront >ien agréer jpos remercîmets ejournaux qu'iha ont eu l'obligeance de nous er. LES YANKEES...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 October 1862

The Opelousas Courier. ol. 10. Opelousas, Parish of St. Oandry, La. October 25, 1I62. No. 47. m u • nm m - n ... . u . . .. . . .. . . . . . --I . . ..... OPELOUSAS: BURDAY, : : OCTOBER 25, 1862. FOR VIOkSBURG. James Burleigh and Lucien IDipr8, of the 28th Legime La., will leave Opelouhas for Vicksburg, on the 4th November nest. Those who &ay have elothing or such articles to, send to their friends in that Regiment, are requested to loeave the same at Ney & Dupr6, Opelousas, before that day. SPMajor E. RLsabre, Quarter-Master on Gen. Tayler's Sts, has on hand, here, a certain quan. tity of stuff and materials for the purpose of making tlothing for the soldiers of the Confed erate army. As these clothing should be finished as soon as possible, the whole contract, or portions of the same will be given to those who would wish to undertake the same. As we well know that many slties ofourTown and Parish have excellent sewing machines, it might be profitable to them as well as con...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 October 1862

SLe Courrier des Opelousas. VOL I.. Opelousas, Paroisse St. Landry, 25 Octobre 1862. No. 47. OPEI0LOUMsAS s Ai BDI MATIN, 25 OCTOBRE 1862 POUR VICESBURG. , Jeàrs -a leIgb et Loeien Dupre, deu.Ue Régi Meutdo d ie t ldane, partlront le 4 Nov, prochain pour Vikebburg. Oeu W oni des vtements ou eaire* effets, 4 euxoyer aux membrea de ce Régi ment pourront le» déposer chez Ney ' Nupreé, Opelousas, pour être expédiée. * oNdus apreisne que Luadi dernier, les fédéraux somt venue aveo un bateui à apeur, protégé par deux gunboats, et but iA i terre prés de Donaldsonville dans le bout-de prendre un chargement de sucre, quand one coipagnie du régiment du Col. Vincent, alors en ambufcade, a fondu sur ex et Ç4 a tué vingt-eigq. Il va sans dire, ,ue..os hoppnes se sont immédiatement re tiréa su éviter l'eIRt des canong del'ep L (Jpt. thompion, de notre Paroisse, qlU e<rsiv4 igi Mer'rodi dernier, rapporte siqàijo*de. Sw ''avols, dans eette affaire, auènno jIerl' 3regretter. X 5uuiîeL iasaère, Qu...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 21 February 1863

Le Courier des Opelousas. No . S*, OPILOIaJAr: MDI MATIN. 21 FaïVRIER 186S ona nimea ;esautorisé à annoncer que JOH1 jIR àNK 1* candidat pour Constable de Vitl cpeloufîhs, h iréle«tiosi d'Avril prochain. Ca.lras r Gsb&lOA FEDEitL LI "QUeiEN 0 ..., W ."-Sus la date du 16 courant, le coM dtant d T fot établi à GOodoni'. Landing, sur 1 ilfti $b ug, rapporte au Mlajor Surget, Che »t-Uljr du Gn. Taylor, que la veille A cini _tret du soir le4 batteries du fort ont ouvert le fei ir le Qeen of the West; et après une trentaine di :Kde ca.ron le gu.bot fédéral a baisié pavillon 9iutî y l'ayant pei forê, et p'e# rendu à discrétiotn *iy '4lit ce'pendant que 13 hommes A bord, le ist .ait réupt à &'éihapper à l'uibre de la nuit VuOis aonic liétté de 6 pièces de canon, don de 32 et 1 de 24, et mue grande quantité de miu tio.is, provi.ion., quiiie, v4tements, ete Le WVeb, un de ios guiboats, est parti le 1l Alexandrie, à la poursuite du DeS&to, un petil seau que les fédéraux Bnos avalen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 21 February 1863

41 **# *3. o 9<41 :r;1 .Y, Vqa RYn ", 1ss. gegu"e waqoeested In emsseethft Mr. Joas simajSit candidna e bwnA$ebteop tbeof Ope. SbRaF the eleecion of dlat, aa[Jan. 81. arnzaa torsQ tar Wer."-Undei dite of 15h i set., tshe ok oaomninding Pemt a Bejon's MIIgAdRt bediifrr, itqortd to £4 . eftief Oh.! of oftfen. aTsyl at Alesar. 4 at .t4 'qloiti lathe a ning on the 14*, sht. gaps of the PFrt opaened are fe the Feted" rboak t'ocen ,c th. Wrt"' and after 80 shote, I1 of whclh streetc bar, e hoistlaed a white feg sadurrrmndyed. Terpe s tat 14 meena board, a sthe hti*g seeiped nuder cover of the night Thq bp e di. o boa d one 82 pewo44 arrot gun, ahce Uest'ales trbae 12 pound brasn piese said one slighttly deagtd, and a seenndowts sopp9$f oerdaanca store, a large aupply ft qui l me olethltg, Meon, loor, bporkca. I Ipaes flq i, in p urentsu of the n&flva rbooa e p py tcderals, wpehohwic pying the Qtog of theW West, anti who emswhen bheaeostt srok her colon, and ti. espeotef the .date w...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 30 April 1863

Thle Opclousas Con er. s the Union, it most and shall be Preserved. JI,• k •o MORNING EDITION. 0 P E : 17 0, 1803.: THURSDAY, : :::: hI'I/II 30, 1863. Camp Fiun. A private in one of our regiments has amused himself with putting some of the exlpeiencaes of a camp into the style of a distant and simpller age, and a copy of his production hast been scut us for publication. CBRONICLES OF TIlE ONE Ili"Hil'rn AND Tvi:NTy m lPrn, n.,tU . ' ,.s-.. , : ?. ".':: T7: r 1bt. I.l that In s u ,it ut 5n5 uu,al.O ,7id eH (,i,lth i r no a soldier in the ()ine indred 'lno I 'fTwenty-thel1i Ohio, is of fiew dorl , atdl shiinl tolt u:ihs 2d. Hle comlieth frth at ul." it us pI'.ott also at " retreat.' yea. even at " tattoo," and It. tireth apparenItly t " taIs.'" 31. Hie drawe It his rations from the rornni- sary, and devoirieth the same. lie s'tikbth lhi teeth against inuch " hid tack," . ,, is attiti,,,. He filleth his canteen with "p" nplkl k. a:ml clap peth the mouthh thereot upon thle ung of ai l w...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 July 1863

T E . U IE . VOL. 11.] OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St, Landry,) La. JULY 25th, 1863. [No. 21. S:` E OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY,: : : JULY 25, 18,3. For Secretary of State. i' We are authorized to announce that Mr. EDWARD R. EASTIN is a candida'e for Sec retary of State, at the election of November next. [July 25th 1863. A Battle and Confederate Victory at Jackson, Miss. We see by the Louisiana Democrat of the 22d that Gen. Joseph E. Johnston had a battle at :.fckosin oi the 12th, and that he whipped Gen. Grant, killing and wounding 15,000 of his men, and taking 5000 prisoners. We also captured - between 45 and 60 pieces of artillery. All the prisoners who were brought to Jackson freely admit the capture of Washington by Gen. Lee. .."Through the obliging kindness of some gentlemen of the Parish of St. ;Mary we are en abled to resume to-day the publication of our paper which the Federals have interruptedt when they arrived in our Town, in April last, by taking away the materials, presses, type and...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 July 1863

E COIRRI DES OPELOUSAS. VOL 11.1] OPELOUSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lne., 25 JUILLET 1863. . [No. 21. OPELOUBAS: SiMEDI MATIN, : : 95 JUILLET 1863. Pour Secrtaire dEtat. SrNous sommes autorisé d'annoncer EDOU ARD R. EASTIN comme candidat pourla pla ce de Secretaire d'Etat, à l'élection qui anra lien en Novembre prochain. [25juillet. ZBatalle et Viotoire Confedere a Jaokaon. . Le Loiuisiana Dmourat du 22 nous apprend qune le Gen. Joseph E. Johaston a livré bataill t Jackson, Miss., le 12 courant, battant le Gen. Grant, tuant et blessant 15,000 de Mec hommes, et prenant6000prisonniers; en entre, nous avons capturt de 45 à 60 pièces de canon. Tosa les prisonniers qui ont ete ainenis à Jackson admet tent franchementla prise de Washington par Lee. WNous devons a Fobligeance de quelques amis de la Paroiese Ste. Marie, de pouvoir re. prendre aujourd'hui la publication de notre feuille interrompue par l'arrivée des Fédéraux en Avril dernier, et que nous n'avons pu recom mencer gnat, attendu...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 1 August 1863

TE OPE tOUss CO RIE?. VOL. 11.] OPELOUSXS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., AUGUST 1, 1863. [No. 22. OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : : AUGUST 1, 18G3. For Secretary of State. IL' We are authorized to announe that Mr. EDWARD R. EASTIN is a candidate for Sc retary of State, at the election of November next. [July 25th 1S63. 'Those who are indebted to us are re quested to come forward and settle with us with in a short delay, if they do not wish to s5 tlae with a collector, for we really cannot wait nmuch longer before having a general settlement with all our debtors. There are many among thcelm, we know. for whom it is very easy to pay, whi'st the balance van as easily settle sonse other way, considetnmg the faci:ities we offer them. We will accept as yet, (with the same pleasure as before) Confedelrate no'es at par. J The news from below ar° as encouraging as they possibly can be nluer tue circnulstanle. Our army is almost stationary, havl: ail tI. certain points on the lla 'a :;h rcr exr:n: mI...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 1 August 1863

LE COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. VOL. 11.] OPELOUSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lne., ler AOUT 1863. [No. 22. OPELOUSAS: "SAMEDI MATIN, : :: ler AOUT 1863. Pour Secretaire d'Etat. nrNous sommes autorisé d'annoncer EDOU ,ABD R. EASTIN comme candidat pour la pla ce de Secretaire d'Etat, à l'élection qui aura lieu en Novembre prochain. [25 juillet. oyCeux qui inoiu doivent sont prié de vou loir bien venir iégler à notre Bureau, s'ils ne veulent bientôt avoir à régler avec un collecteur; car nous ne pouvons réellement attendre patiem ment plus longtempls sans régler nos comptes. Il v en a beaucoup pour qui nous savons qu'il est très facile de venir régler leurs comptes, consi dérant les facilités lqu nous sommes disposé à accorder à nos débiteurs, d'autres, peut-être, ne peuvent le faire facilement, mais tous pourrnt s'entendre avec nous s'ils veulent se donner la pine e venir nous voir. Nous acceptons avec plaisar, comme toujours, les billets Confédérés au pair. LES RUMEI'ES. Nous ne pcuvoiu p'...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 8 August 1863

THE OPELOUSAS COURIER. VOL. 11.] OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., AUGUST 8, 1863. [No. 23. OPELOLO.SAS: SATURDAY, : : : AUGUST 8, 1863. For Secretary of State. 1' We are authorized to announce that Mr. EDWARD R. EASTIN is a candidate for Sec. retary of State, at the election of November next. [July 25th 1863. Candidates for Representatives in Congress: 1st. District: CHAS. J. VILLERE. 2nd do CHAS. M. CONRAD. 3rd do DUNCAN F. KENNER. 4th do LUCIUS J. DUPRE. 5th do HENRY MARSHALL. 6th do JOHN PERKINS Jr. T.'The short space left us this week exaiudes all the reading matter which we had prepared for the present number. As for news, there is very little reliable and of any importance. We do not judge it would suit the times to divulge the movements of troops in this part of Louisiana, no smore than to disclose the plans of military campaigns. One thing we may expect is contained in the following words we find in an order from Gen. Taylor, dated 31st July, to-wit:-"It is determined...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 8 August 1863

LE COURRIER DES _ PEL_ AS_ VOL. 11.] OPELOUTJSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lne., 8 AOUT 1863. [No. 23. OPELOUSAS: S SA'1EDI 3MATIN, : : : 8 AOUT l8ti3. p our Secretaire d'Etat. (Nons soines autorisé d'annoncer ETDOU RD . EASTIN commein candidat pourla p!a c edeSecretire d'Etat, à l'élection qui aura lieu .n1 Novembre prochain. [25ji.illet. S Candidats pour le Congres. lerDuistrict, CHIS. J. VILLERE. 2me do CHS. M. CONIRAD. S 3me do DUNCAN F. KENNER. S 4e do LUCIUS J. DIUPRl. 5me do HENRY MARSIAL.L. $ me d- .lI0N PF.lKINS J0. t ) prLe manque d'espace nous eiiipche de donner, cette seimaîi", iqu-!ques nouvele-s que nous avions glanées ci et là. Dans un ordre dui Gn. Tiaylor, 4fi-31 Jiiiît. on trouve cette e(xpression rassuinriit: "il a éit Sdéterminé d d éfendtre jusqu'1 i]a jri;;re extré L mité le Sud et 1Ounet de t Loui:ane." Nos forces sOnt certainement sfliaintcs pour Mo empicher une nouvelle invasî;on, et avec laide eby que chaque citoyen doit à son pays, nous avons lien de compter...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 15 August 1863

THE OPELOUSAS URIER_ YOL. 11.1 OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. L a,) ., UGUST 15, 1863. [No. 24. OPELOUSAR ----- -,- - OPELOUSAS: sT TURDAY, : : : AUGUST 15, 1863. I For Secretary of State. a. * 'We are authorized to announce that Mr. EDWARD 1R. EASTIN is a candidate for Sec reary of State, at the election of November next. [July 25th 1863. I~ digates for Representatives in Congress: 'I 1st. District: CHAS. J. VILLERE. 2nd do CHAS. 1. CONRAD. 3rd do DUNCAN F. KENNER. 4th do LUCIUS J. DUPRE. ". 5th do HENRY MARSHALL. 6th "do JOHN PERKINS Jr. i sad affair took place on Sunday last in our Parish. Sad, because it grew out of a subject upon which all citizens should have but one opi nion. Our readers are aware that since over six a months alarge number of conscript deserters have been gathering from somoe 10 to 18 miles West of our town, joined latterly, it appears, by another gang (part of which are free negroes). The mo mentary presence of the Federals gave them a more audacious boldness, an...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 15 August 1863

LE COURRIER DES OPELOSAS VOL. 11.] OPELOUSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lne., 15 AOUT 1863. [No. 21 OPELOUSAS: SAMEDI MATIN, : : : : 15 AOUT IdJ. Pour SQ I dJe 'Etat. r'fNous soZisui w' auto 'oaunoncer EDOU ARD R. EAS'IN coipandidat pour ir pla ce de Secrte taire àt :4'élection qui aura lieu en Novembre prochain. [25 illt. Candidats pour le Congres. Ici District, CHS. J. VILLEIE. 2me do CIIS. M. CONRAD. Ir'e do DUNCANF. KENNER. 4, e do LULC'II' J. î1>IPRE. i5io do ITENIY MARiSHALL. 6me11 do J)OHIN I'EI;lNS Ja. .iU'ne triste affaire est survenue e n ottr Paroisse Dir;inchi derniir; e t piour la coiipren droe miirx il est bon de se reporter quilqu,:s Iapa en arrière. Nos Ietei-s r.aeti:t >qu. t''u '' i ouI plus, uuc gra;iJd quaitiit dt i1tchi'.r:;i s et de désertcurs bétaient réfugiés d:n:s i certain quartier d(o notro Paroiss., sitiit ; l'Otnst de notre ville et de I' . i i '. s d'ii, i- n ! avainct i'lî:ot trout c des p,'s i ls 'unror.t gel'anit, t surtout uin. bliiiti c.imieé,' ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 22 August 1863

PAS COURIER. V.OL. 11.] GPELOUSAS, (Parish of .,. Landry,) La., AUGUST 22, 1863. [No. 25. OPELOUSBAS: SATURDAY, : : AUGUST 22,1863. For Secretary of State. We are authorized to announce that Mr. EDWARD R. EASTIN is a candidate for Sec retary of State, at the elettion of November next. LJuly 25th 1863. Candidates for Representatives in Congress: 1st District: CHAS, J. VILLERE. 2nd do CHAS. M. CONRAD. 3rd do DUNCAN F. KENN1ER. 4th do LUCIUS J. DUPRE. 5th do HENRY MARSHALL. 6th do JOHN PERKINS Jr. RICHARD CHARLES DOWNES, of the Parish of Iberville, is a candidate to represent the FoUaTH District of Louisiana in the Confederate Congress. Election on the first Monday of November, by general ticket. Please announee that at the soflicitation of many of his friends, Captain James G. Hayes has consented to become a candidate for Sneriff of St. Landry, at the election of November next. Capt. Hayes has been nearly two years in the service of tne Confederate States, being a volun teer in one of...

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