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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 December 1865

_ __L XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, La., December 16, 1865. No. 27. The Progress of Radicalism. 'bTh intelligence we have received from 'esagton is.pot hopeful. The radicals are triumphant. The House of Represen tati.ea has been organised on the basis of h.;xclauion of the Southern members. '*e. views of Senators Sumner and Wilson, i. Masachusets, and of M. Stevens, of ,Pemylvania, have prevailed. Eleven States 'eclared by the President to be constituent :Anbers :of the Union,. have been didfran e mbie" Th e.ot petmitted a voice in wd - e been refused a ."~Alipratle tiite, the l of tbheNational Oibvernmeat.. They are held subject to the stay of a wajority of only a section of the - country, by whom their fate, for weal or for woe, is to be decided. , Every State in this Union is equally in tereted with those of the South in this re rrstful result. A blow at constitutional Government, though its weight may seem only to fall on a particular section now, must eventually affect every por...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 December 1865

The Opelousas Courier. OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY MORNING. : :: DEC. 16, 1865. 1 . Our Legislature has elected its two Sena, tors to Congress, who are Messrs. Randall Hunt, of New Orleans, and Judge Henry Boyce, of Rapides. . gWe learn with pleasure that Messrs. J. G. Hayes, James.Webb, C Derosier and two other citizens of our Parish whose names we Lave forgotten, who had been arrested by the military authorities, accused of murder on the persI.n ("f Martin Guillory, and who were held in custody for the last two months, were lately released or a bond which compels them to report themselves when they are notified to do so. Their suit has not taken place, and it is to be supposed that all is for.the best. Darby Mouton & Co.-The -card -f this commercial firm, of New Orleans, will btfound in another column. Mr. St. Marc Darby has ob tained a reputation as Cotton Factor second to no bouse in the city. Mr. Cbs. H. Mouton formerly our District Judg and Mr. Adolphe Mouton. of Lafayette, have e...

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. — 23 December 1865

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, La., December 23, 1865. No. 28. PUBLIC SALE. bEtat of Yerjus H. Fuselier. Y VVIRTUE of an order from the Hon. Court of the Eigttb Jediclal District of the State of Lotdutist, t ession Ih and for the Par. 6h of St. Landry, the public is hereby notified that thee wll be oered for sale at public auction, to the hatand highest bidder, through the minis try t the underligued Administratrix, on the plantdtion hereleafter described, on Wedneaday, D)ember 27,18665, the fillowin.iesarIbed property, belonging to the Estate of the late Ferjus H. Feseller, decea ad, late of the Parish of St. Landry, se-witt The Plantation upon which the deceased last resided, situ ated In Prairie Chatelgner, amasuring two hun dsed and forty suapet6cal atpents (more or less) bounded on the West by Mrs. Valery Gutlhory, on the East by Octave Fontenot, on the North by Bayou Marron, and on the South by Mrs. Valmont Gabriel.Fontenot, together with the BuIldina ansd ImprvemeMts tbere...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 23 December 1865

The OpeioIsa~ Coafriel. OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY MORNING, ::: DEC. 23, 18(;5 Ig-- Tihe latest news from Wasina'rAa City ia forms us that Congress has pcsitir.,ly refus, d to altnit the delegations from the So'8thern S.+.t's. except that from T',en:essee, wiich has not yet been emnit:ed, buit r; pr. b probably will b,'. As to our r-pre:.Ila aives. i', 3y w reVt' makitt:g preparatious to retutlrn to their hIoimlts. .,.. A resolutil, ordetiu.g en alection of Par ish officers not elhcttd iast Novviu-a r, l':s ;i::s, a the S. nate and liouse: oi :1, :r,-rsauativs It is thought tht lat tl- ( ,rv.rrnor will \'tJ thl:;' g":Moinday last a.ss the, da? fixaed fair a men't ing of the. Polie-rJury. iut, there wasg :i:tin n, quorunm. This is the third unusa.ncc sf:I attanl,: which has bucn made to,, la;t a meeting. '1'Tw of thie r tubers oa the Poahce Jury a:r :',i, tam bers of'the Legislature. A:l hbete is g m ;t propitious momen,,t to do, s rau,.it.;, aight. I Governor Iluiihr!,3 s, of JlIss.::sippi...

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. — 23 December 1865

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, Lne., 23 Decembre 1865. No. 28. . OPELOUSAS: BLMEDIMATIN,::: 23 DECEMBRE 18ti65. ^IgLes. dernières nouvelles de Washington tCity anno cent positivement que le Congrès a se6tséj'admetre toutes les délégations des Etats du Sud, à l'exception de celle du Tennessee, qui ars point encore été admise; mais qui le sera iprobeblement. 'Quant à nos représentants, ils étaient sur le VÀot 4e revenir dans leurs foyers, , C Une résolution ordonnant une élection des oficjera de Paroisse qui n'ont point été élus en Novembredersuer, a passé le 8énat et la Chambre des Représentans. Ou semble croire que le Gouverneur mettra son ve4 à cette loi. S81 nons en jugeons par les apparences, il y aura foule continuelle de petits garçons chez M. Vatter pendant les frtes de la Noêl et du Jour de l'An. Chaque petit garçon peut être son pro pre artifiieer âea. pr ihi4l elaidir d'un joli fAu d'artifice à peu de frais. Les petites filles et les lsogas se porteront surtout chez M. P...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 23 December 1865

Succession de Lastie Lafleur. Cour de District, St. Landry.-No. 2712. H YPOLITE FONTENOT, de la. Paroisse St. Landry, ayant enrégistré une pétition à l'effet d'être nommé Administrateur de la suc cession de feu Lastie Lafleur, décedée, dernière ment de la Paroisse St. Landry; En conséquence, avis est par le présent donné *ai intéresses dansm cette succession, d'avoir à déduaire par écrit, à mon bureau, dans les dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les raisons, si aucune ils ont, pour lesquellvs il ne se sdait pas fuait droit à la demande de ladite pétition. L. V. CHACHEBE, Grefflur. Burean du Greffier,Opelousas 16 Dée. 1865. MAISON ET TERRAIN, CHEVAUX ET MULETS A L'ENCAN. SL sera vendu à l'encan, par J. J. Beau champ, Sherif et ex-oflicio Encanteur, dans la Ville d'Opelousas, Le Samedi, 6 Janvier 1866, Une Raison et un Terrain, situ uans le 1 Village de Washington, borné au Nord par un terrain vacant, au Sud par la rue - , a l'Est par la propriété de Jose"h Carentin, et #...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 January 1866

. .Oipe l-a '. s ' *,'' __ _ _ ,_ __"' O!,3: 3 . .. Opelou:.as, St. Landry, Lne., 20 Janvier 1866. o. 32. ,.,l,~~~~~~~~~~ ,• . ", , ... ' .... ., -'D lD tIp l•a n .. . . ..... i . . . . . i i I ~raz~-Jp gulatweds upu Etaàm6ueirira en à ~Iurigotira; de« aiOd Um·e landin t Sanaa"raa - IWmik c'est lui vingifolp ffterreur d appps i têt p~ar >c ¶i~aM gi qu 'i.; ?*.q~taiBàk vie 4unde Se )Iiïksn 14zomou dqa jor 4 I a Ville ]pie, o* (ulm."é ~j~g.44ei tsto s'eorenduapie. ~ps;~;tIit ~ le copp doCIi li-"ao jqpL utrlou e bgn. : 1'4a ep~ B"O~L.eC lp blesurxe quvait i ùw à u0t PPierse-Aegvste,-il y a mv#,Wf gW*e-,kebois de Beileiue. Une le -x44I*oeO:, tIave9rs6 le, orps par avsftpu se icbrigane. X~x~~ï~ ~ l Louiaas---: -.loùi * tr e.L~uiai~aues Une Sprsdi aiup~li9 dffs ~aff*W I~4P 54tISU:ilPUq monhç re46ur-1'oeIyre hjW~*t~4êT cou ils l'ont préci. l'la cr'euseut de lààtot, ~~3L~~C. lq&i~6p~, a t qu'Ils moMent au_ 16. cIL setb do t Afi i ~met u orU"vaT' L *1n4Wnt a& -. le., -le»OuM Aq m ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 January 1866

S.VE1TPE PUBLIQUE. Subcession de Lastic Lafleur. N verte d'un ordre de l'Honorzable la Cour du Huitièime District Judiciair. de l'Etat de la Louisiase. siegenàEdaos et pour la Paroisse St. La-dry. ilsera erJ' en vente publique, au plus offrant et dier nir eachérisseur, par l'iuturmiediaire t'u Encanteur dûment couinissionié,, on pi,, l'AdniWijýtrareur, à la dernière résiden.c de Lassie Lafteur,.sur le Bayou Joeuf, 1. . 3indi 22 Janvier prochain, les proprigàcs ci-arrès décrites, déperidin de la suacessien dudit Lastie Lafleur, dé eédéd, à savoir: BHabitai9n dur latelle demeurait ledit.~ d . bn der miertNeu, située sur le Bay. a in la Paroisa `8t.Landry, tue -bw . Il arpenits de terreda superfi Ç -ai Nord par le .ayou Boeuf, aiud.p ýuni eyBière d[ meJ e succession, à - aiiIdsI«celinNafliur fils: et à r'Oucs.t iOhétimeVeillon, eésewblelSt toute, bA ^se Q ·asmei&iraons.quipy tMit si fee et.eqien dépende.t' .. . UN MutCEAU DE Terre deeli conQettiaiît cmini S sept acres e eetièUm çou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 January 1866

a 'r ;arr `a(t' . VoL XIIL O.peousas, St. Landry, La.,January 20, 1866. No 32. Aase~aquonti extractr~. The fqltwi "iwjfr r~m s~cch delivered ºt'ihWn. A I7sinder White , uzheAMa, .Bonnie Biu Flag no`, eets>thl~ti f 'the ,morning gtpivfja i of urwcliee.: Tice' Sshat +wae d pit. aioe the grey eate dfIf a tru lAd; batride Ae t sritdlt 'the betir't h ;al, ddaS sa .death, no longer r unity *teen -,E ~ a~t i 'itvQ9 º aner vn i t4'I hu9 £*'d glorptl.rqcoilec. tines cluster around it. 8ir, I will refrain. The a it@ 6Jd'tab'.ter~ a Ibatith ul 44d !'tor taOl fiev eptt suit iqs rcl + lea tbef withh y ijfg and enduring a at that crowus the ýtghtbCp f t PcioLu ekr. `The aceneoýof Maratho" had tP~it `O bon- 'eencte Lthe %ewjj 'or Wori et j tlbtenfiient risuts which ·B fuw*6r&¶ og bottle fields of free dom, ae V d1r fcitfiry fiepf prostrate at the teet dtthAaiiqneror. ,B'W-dealerto me. it ahein this:bour;oi batemultrtiah..ui 11 rin. w she in ithe day Bod hour'bt her et "l ý ti ilo l,ýieb Ied...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 January 1866

The Opcvoiu~a4 C&ourkIr., _____Qn LtV,S AS: e'TmIIDBA .ORN T , : JAi. 2 [The l jplattre of mr t8 te will meet in regular sesi at New Orleans, on Monday next, the 22d inst. Billaut is Dead !-How many there are in ourgeaceful prairies who will breathe freer at this announcement ! Billant was a mean Jayhawker for a loz* time formidable in our Parish. 'Twas he who nidYdered 1\.f. Guillaumin, of Ville Plate; 'twas he who robbed, pilfered and burned ten times, twenty times, perhaps, in the prairies of our Parish, duritanthe last ew years; 'twas he who so oftehlbronght terror, and dismay in the t'anquithb:tlags of honest. people. Bdlanuty~' 4 ae informed, -was killed b can tain Sannietr, while in the act of seekingl the life of one of his friends, in Prairie Slast week. After having committed thishct Sanl nier went to Ville Pli.t, and made a declaration to that effeqf; heee~eon some citizens rode to the spot, .whee,~t;ey recognized the b y this terror-m.a9inig J'ayhbawker. Tehus s ould...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 January 1866

LIa,. ?~ ~~I>~lt ui e ~iach. &puis quelquesomi ---e~ eciepeit à m easqr et à mon-, resIri~ ~ ~~Pl yafuweele iewuWêls, et kilie meuseS eu 444 besacedAu*~ ~ee5sete que h. ro ~lefa~t iLt~eiuIa qmbr id' >r u u e & T aeIu u p s. . 4 4'~é0e~ À N =aee <iaLuel., n X Née. x Ce, :e , 'T.V ý '4ï Af er alt.-M. T. P., qid wavait regaa n ordre Ssblatble sien: fut requis de se rapporter. Il ,l'eft d savoir asi j n'avai pas 1dy nue qtp'Opour obtenir ces ordres Il ré pondit eabstance qu'i n'avait pas été ques tion d'argmnt daâ iw te affaire; mai que dans la pésente(els da mon arrestation &c ) quelqu'un vitr de. usix 4 sept cents pjgsrea pour que Spuii d'une manière on de l'autre - offie anle immédiatemenut changé le sujet deola onvlrstaioa . - » K wt-Je fus f rrèt6 le 15 Septembre 18r5; Oin efit sabir ans délai on semblant d'exapan, etuc» *&ltr fut de suite expédié i la Nouvelle MAm. âW~ uMS etoimi des procédures qui dS raent tre s nianeom as Goin. Ca>iby: et on me poi<...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 January 1866

SPUBLIQUE. nS t de Lastic Lafleur. verte d'un ordre de l'ilonoibXe li cl ur du HIluitièiue Dist ic.t Judiciair. de 1'Etat de la Louiisinue, siégeant dans pour la Paroisse St. Lanridry, il sera vc en vente publique, au pi;s offrniti ot ii nier eli is-iSfur, par iiltul inLieaUai Uil Eiicautej 1yûteut cowlnisîioneié, ti : l'Ada à la dvrnièret cd.e de La s, sur le Bayuu oLU'ili, i l^- ast soi LUn1f11 ituraitnvier prochain, change oing on in ne , ites. deend n is for good or evil, we ai Lastie Laflicur, u. Mauy of our planters ' thei purpose of reiiring frou. >is U - try, while many others have uni],d 131 which the former have àbandé RÎ" number of strangors, coming' re l i nessee, Alabami and the Parisa have bought plantations in our Paris, thing indicates that they will emplo . 'c energy to draw fromn Mother Enrit pS l gifts which she lav«shes upon the ini borer. May tlhe tillers of thie soil reapvuest . abondant harvest; for if the land remaiunsBÀ tivated, alU is lost. %M.Mr. Simon ...

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. — 3 February 1866

~outtit be Vol. XIII. Opolousas, St. Landry L. . MS w** ' OPELOUBASB: SAMEDI MATIN, : :: :3 FEVRIER, 1866 Encore un de moins.-Il y a quinze jours, nous annoncions la mort violente et bien méritée de Billaut, l'un des brigands les plus redoutables de notre Paroisse. Aujourd'hui, nous avons a annoncer que Bernard, son digne compagnon, le complice de tous ses crimes, l'a probablement suivi. Bernard s'était embarqué à la Nouvelle Orléans, à bord du bateau Irène. Immédiate ment après le départ du bateau, il s'est élevé parmi les passagers un sentiment d*iudignation bien facile à comprendre; et sachant le châtiment tuquel il ne devait pas échapper, il fut lié à bord avec l'intention de le livrer à la justice à son arri vée. Cependant, après avoir atteint le Bayou Courtableau, et quelques heures avant d'atteindre le port, par une nuit bien sombre, Bernard a dis paru; les uns disent qu'il s'est échappé, d'autres disent qu'on lui a aidé à......filer, et d'autres enfin, pensent que nous ne le...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 February 1866

MELANGES. La voyage de MI. Seward. P1RETENDU PR11 'JET DE PA GE i D1 31EX d Q`UE. -l ci ce (qut, dit WLtstu Lilur. Vr .'rcciu wsi 1^ L fleur. cer du vog''' "Le secr - d'un ordre de l'Ionoîble I Seward, fr di o Huiiètne l.)ii jiet Judiciair' soir 0 l d î1 00i tiue, .d I.ant dans dourla I'rois- St. L«indry' il ï.c-a v--u" e i nte pil.lciq c au 1.'i.> tifft-it "I fit tu ï/j i a' Ui l } i ii t (tii li u ; ,' O i. a At a la dtrnie ii èt r, sur le ;iut Jike.i, LIndc ilturaVlïu1Vier prochain1, charge ,ung on min ap{ c, , ;. ind d is for go.d or evil, we t istie Lalour u 3Maiy of our planters J thi purpose of re.irii.g IS è d while many otht I ve cnd D o former, * aband D"on e2 ~ ~ ig ~ 4' qui le carz l , r' V ble but du secretare%' '.arih Le secrétaire *Etat et' r de quitter les Etats-'niu, à bord ?' er De Solo, pour allier faire une d de queques semaines dans le 'e a Mexique. Il est entendu à at1 que le 1'oint extrême de cette ,am * sera la Vira 'ruz et que, vle ii t M. Sewaid touclihe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 February 1866

t. Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, Ia., ~~&*. Beast Butler. That old heartless wretch, Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, has so very ii:tle regard for the decencies of life that he pitches into Mr. Bea-t Butler in a most un generous style, now that the hero of Big Bethel, Fort Fisher and the Mumford mur der has no longer the prestige of a Provost Marshall's guard to protect his sacred per son. Oh! Mr. Prentice, ain't you ashamed when you ask the question : Who will mourn for Logan? was answer. ed long ago in a strain of aboriginal elo quence that lives, and will always live, in the school books if nowhere else-but "who will mourn for Butler?" now that his re signation is accepted? We don't know un less it be the editor of a Baltimore paper, (secesh doubtless,) who thus tearfully apostrophises the military memory of the mighty man: Butler has resigned. What a pity ! No longer from the immortal Fortress radiate those brilliant beams that drew all contra bands to himself; no l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 February 1866

Another Ji.y- wkf ago wî ame iie1· t <fè ILastic I ýAieur. one <f thie ni-"~ d'tn ordre wc I'il noîý,blle k, ish. 'L)di diier Iduitième Di>utî it Judîair. bab ýý at de la jLIiisiIue, su' 'entiu dans andp0ir la Pal ois.-u St. L»tJrvý il ! 'j" Sen ventei pil,1u , au n'offr iit ei ji,, cianpà la dcrîrit rsur le ]3dVuu l)ýitf ElindU:fiituraitnvier prochain, char.ge , ing on in aw. dcci ;tcs, dei.rî,d, n is for JoOd or evil, we ai Lastie taficur, uL Mauy of onr planters thi- purpose of retiriingp try, while many otheJ « r bel. thU former aband À. - Bernrqrd wx , band. alid S· Stcoit rurùIný<l- ua r portioni ut"outur r.'riïh Iil! Iûrig 'nit PariCBA, 11 tbýir diabulicai oni.ag.s. likn a feet Ilighi, tîni p>ss'lsd i gr·t: Yrsl 1. Joue Le Nvas acrre-tl b- ,'. I R:es, rat arrny, andi sent to New Orleans jt . menilurs oÀ 1i:.; ba:nd, for tii' Ps ..ý \e .nain going a uaia. Wcý ,"vr tari fr n i!i 1 aîns IMIS rrurIf IiIII tr:aY FItI 1it I.I l-i aplipared a, fiho vury nirnca w:if l ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 February 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, GEN. JACKSON'S MOTHER. The Rev. Dr. Hawks delivered a lee ture before the Historical Society of New York somenic years ago, in which he related an interesting story, illustrative of fe male heroism. Among those who formed part of a settlement in the Revolutionary struggle, was a poor widow who, having buried her husband, was left in poverty, with the task upon her hands of raising three sons. Of these the two eldest ere long fell in the cause of their country, and she struggled on with the youngest as she best could. After the fall of Charleston and the disastrous defeat of Col. Buford, of Virginia, by Tarleton, permission was given to some four or five females to carry necessaries and provisions, and adminis ter some relief to the prisoners confined on board the prison-ship, and in the jails of Charleston. This widow was one of the volunteers upon this errand of mercy. I She was admitted within the city, and, i b.aving the horrors of pestilence, em .1 ployed h...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 February 1866

"h. T dt'(un ordre de Iflinoriblc k: baard, or'du Iiuitiè,me L)i.tltic Judieair, soir du I,,uisiauo, siîgeant dans .i d ur la lf'ror- St. L'iiidr' il sea v Sh l uente il lliique, au it.; offri-n .t R is.i0ur, caii- i, i ci'it i I'(rJ '1 à la dtriièîi ' (d. N a.lt , t' le B:youu ;,-'f, whicdi.Aulto hevier procliain, p1)resen>in, ong a d, . r ,... , of - r eviait hi the Les ut-.? ne i nlu u'.. U tAhnt lothi these i'rls were ce. popiular with tlhe people as ^'we. i Legislaturc. .V We learn with pleas're that THIEO. C. LITTELL, of ourtownH, lias 1 l appointed by the Governor Notary 1 ' lic for thle Parish of St. Landrtly. This ap:iiitiient will n1o doubît inmce with general approbation. Mr. Littell i. eneiiieitly qualified to perform tihe lutties of this oflice; and althougli tlie Notary is generally regarded as the mute instru ment of the contractiug parties, it is nevertheless true that when the otliccr is honest, ie often cau prevent gross errors and obviate fraud. In sm'h cases p...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 February 1866

Vol XII. peouas --7---'-- -~ - _ THE PRESIi)ENT AND THE FACTIONISTS. --Daily. Information from Washington shows the firm ground upon which the President stands, and how little he cares for Congressional intriguers and wire pullers. He maintains his position with Coolness and ability, and proves an over natch for all who seek to divert him from his high purpose to support the Constitu tion he has sworn to defend against the machinations of those who are plotting its overthrow. Backed, as he knows him self to be, by the great body of the peo ple, he may well treat with calm iudiffer ence all the threats or cajolings of the demagogues who surround him. The Washington correspondent of the Cincin Snati Gazette is well known to be in the confidence of the leading Republican members of Congress, and he thus speaks of the numerous audiences which have been recently held at the White House : "Throughout all these interviews, the President's manner has been kind and considerate. No lack of re...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 February 1866

one -te re Lr. ish. T1 f.v.e 'd'un ordre dc 1'ilnoiible h, b '.rd, o du, Iluitiiene 1)i.i-tl Judiciair. 'Foira du p oIuisiiinU, ,id.lgeant dans .d tr la 1-'rOi-s St. Laldry.'' it a ve.a S< I ente , biliq,,C, 7n I, off ,,ut lt t l, d tll.."tll l lt l"lli illle, ,1! ' sIets donta Cini d is-h., n a In drrnie . li ot Iý .lt. w h el saps dlome lti onev,1 a ,lrrocain, que peuiven r e ,Ii i m&ehants on erei rat 4 cur, a. son de croire qu'l e.l' p. ono e euantre lee dens. d ongr dent. et qu'il n ' a pas non plus "toit de lautre, un dtsir prononce d. o I cerCb ompatibilite. Nous ne doutons pnat niidt ferences franches,s rieuses, bienveillantt held , Capitole et la MpisgJ lanche n'aien. n Dro«,' :t.,i ` iLn d'ecarter le4 cve., tl i ;it Fehr 1 rcceivcd ie Veto Message hav n t el pa #ss the Senate, the A-ct Y pati I tain voted upon, an1 8 re-adopte a vote of 8 yeas against 2 nays. , When the same message came lbe i r I the House, on the same day, this bill was adopted by 8 yeas without a...

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