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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 November 1866

Pastoral of the Catholic Bishops. The prelates and ecclesiastics who com posed the second Plenary Council of the Catholic Church, lately in session in Balti more, have issued a pastoral letter, under date of October 21. We find in our ex changes a synopsis of the lehiding points, which we subjoin: CHURCaI AND STATE. In treating of the relations of the church to thd state, the pastoral claims that the church is the great support of the temporal power, while it complains that State law assume to regulate the manner by which church property shall be held, contrary to the canons and disciplinegf the Catholic church. It recites: "These laws, how ever, are for the most part based on princi ples which the church cannot accept with out departing from her practice from the beginning, as soon as she was permitted to enjoy liberty of worship. They. are the expression of a distrust of ecclesiastical power as such; and are the fruits of the misrepresentations which have been made of the action o...

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. — 21 November 1866

Alexandria Adrertisemer ti. FRESH ARRIVAL!!! FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF NEW GOOD3 UNSURPASSED IN THE ALIEXANDRIA MARKET. THE Undersigned, thankful for the past liberal patronage, has the pleasure to give special notice to his friends and customers, that his store, on F'ronet Street, has been enlarged and entirely re fitted and clcaredl of his last yeam', stock, and completely refur'nished with a fuhll and large assortment of Groceries; Hosiery Shoes, of all kinds Boots, and prices. Hats, Clothing; Tinware, WVoodware; Saddlery; Perflumery. A rare and rich assortment of' Ladies' Dress Goods selected with great care and especially to suit the taste of the Ladies of Rapides. All of which are offered for LIV ING prices and on accomodating terms. -GvEI Us ANOTHER CALL. MOSES 1ROSENTHAL. Oct 17 '66 tf I. C. IYNIO, Jl. & CO., Wholesale and Retail .G -R. O CI R-. S , -ASD DEALERS rI Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, W'Pronit Street, Alexradrla, La., l %VE , penel iat 'he nil DIrug Sto...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 November 1866

f ý ! L Y41. 14 , 1.' jlnjft :t ·a~ ¾ ' ' ! i')' A f r .r A'' . ý ( ý i ýr i ftýI J . I:. -sr I -~ ý, ;fy ° "f( : VAISA W 1'N E j 1 :' - 1£T:· :i ( ~~f~ ýC) iV B T 'ý Yý A X1 1'ý1 ýI ý ý ý ( .tý ý 'f P l';,n Y11 d ;. 'ýt ht' ds r ,ý rý VR· ,'7 1y 4ý ýº 'ý o r Fa r r 7 t Ir . ', .. . ,( i :ý a a.r t r! ý'P I~+'i i:1 ýý1ý ..L4J 11""" --Na m 7-1~ TERMS: Tns DEMocsar is :published weekly, at Five DOLrARS per annum, Taun for six months, payable in advance.` No stubscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. AnvearIseIMNTs inserted at the rate of $St 0 prEt sQUAlE forthie firstinsertion and 15 CENTs for each subsequent one. Eight 'lines or less, constitute A square. The fol lowing are oar Mtes to yearly advertisers: One column ............ ......$300 00 Half column... ................ 175 00 Third of column ................ 130 90 Fourth of column............. .. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) .............;..' 20 00 Obituary notioqa, marriages, publi mee...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 November 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WED2NESDAY WtOV'MBER..... r... ...... 28, 1866. iP' We would earnestly remind a Targe number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEM OCRAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see us. General Stafford's Funeral The remains of the lamented Briga dier General Leroy A. Stafford arrived on the Alabama on Monday last and 1 have been deposited in the hall at the Ice House Hotel, which has been decorated for the purpose. Numerous 1 friends of the deceased have visited the corpse. The funeral exercises and the delivering of the address will take place t to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock, to attend which the public are respectful- t ly invited. The body will probably be removed to Cheneyville on Friday, for interment in the family cemetery. THE. STATE SEMINARY, t ACCEPTANCE OF ADMIRAL SEMMES. I The Board of 'Superv...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 November 1866

THE SWORD OF -ROBERT LEE. BT "MOID(A.'*' Forth from its scabbard, pure and bright Flashed the sword of Lee! Far in the front of the deadly fight, High o'er the brave, in the cause of right, its stainless sheen, like a beacon light, Led us to victory ! Out of its scabbard, where full long l4 slumbered peacefully housed from its rest by the battle song, shielding the feeble, smiting the strong, Guarding .the right, avenging the wrong Gloamed the sword of Lee! Forth from its scabbard, high in air Beneath Virginia's sky And they who saw it gleaming there, And knew who bore it, knelt to swear That where that sword led they would dare To follow and to die, uit of its scabbard !-N4ever hand Waved .word from stain as fre, t Nor purer sword led braver band, Nor braver bled for a'lrighter land; Nor brighter land had a cause as grand, Nor cause:a chief like Lee I - t Forth from its scabbard! how he prayed n That sword might victor be! a And when our triumph was delayed, And many a heart grew s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 November 1866

Alexandria Advertisements. FRESH ARRIVAL!!! FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF .NEW GOODS UNSURPASSED IN THE ALEXANDRIA MARKE T, THE undersigned, thankful for the past liberal patronage, has the pleasure to give special notice to his friends and customers, that his store, on F'ront Street, has been enlarged and entirely re. fitted and cleared of his last year's stock, and completely refurnished with a full and large assortment of Groceries; Hosiery Shoes, of all kinds Boots, and prices. Hats, Clothing; Tinware, Woodware; Saddlery; Perfumery.' A rare and rich assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods selected with great care and especially to suit the taste of the Ladies of Rapides. All of which are offered for LIV ING prices and on accomodating termns. GIVE Us ANOTHER CALL. MOSES ROSENTHAL. Oct 17 '66 tf 1 . HY3711 , JR.& l., Wholesale and Retail Gl F- POC.RS, -"AND DEALRBS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, g'ronut Street, A.lexlandrla, La., H AVE opened at the old Drug Store of Crnikshank...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 December 1866

:a.ti _ gis Uf . I i t. E. L M L R.. ____S&T T>1 1R -.. - . ____ AEN $e 4I bIV VOLUME2.2 AEXA,--,DRI.A:t L. NA. 1.- A M AYý-'·, z·,,aR ink=,: T ID MEV : - ' IMT )MOCtAT is published weekly, at Flivs DoLLARS per annum, TuREE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken Tfor a less period than six months. ADvEnTI5EMRNTs inserted at the rate of $1 50 PEnR SQUAR for the first insertion and 75 Cears for each subsequent' one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column....................$300 00 Half column................... 175 00 Third of column................ 130 00 fourth of column .............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ................ 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as aIvortisements. Personal cards, when admissiblc,clinrged double the usual advertisements. SUCCESSION SALE. 8uece s "il Of Ninth Judicial Dia Pir...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 December 1866

ALEXATDRIA, LA: G ibr WE"DITES~DA'YC 'o DCE ER...................5, 1866 wl W We would earnestly remind a pf large number of our patrons, that they m are now running over four months into in In a new year's subscription of the DEM OCRAT, and have so far failed or for- p gotten to call at the office and plank at down the dough. All such we hope fr till take the gentle hint and come and a see us. Gov. Orr and the Constitutional o0 Amendment, t ¶he telegraph says that Gov. Orr, of r South Carolina, in his message ad cc voeates the adoption of the Constitu-. tional Amendment. It is a little singn lar that the only Southern governor that has declared for it is from South Carolina, hbut we do not believe that he a sneaks the sentiments of the people of f the State. Orr used to obtain reputa tion with Northern politicians on ac count of his namby-pamby dish-water position on all the leadinz Southern r questions, and has surprised no South ernar, we presume, by his recent course. After his ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 December 1866

ADDRESSBB OF WM. A. SEA Y, Esq., .ctilied at Alexandria, La., November 29, 1866, 'on the occasion of the funeral ceremo %fa in honor of the late LEROY A. STAF PORD, Brigqadier-General in the Amy of the COfederate States. The melancholy occasion which brings he together is one which cannot fail to cre ate feelings of profound sorrow and sadness 'in the breasts of all of us. IYe meet to pay the last sad tribute of respect to a 4eparted friend, whose private virtues won our affection, whose heroic deeds elicited our admiration, and whose glorious death forever enshrined his memory in the hearts of his grateful countrymen. How differ ent are the feelings which we experience to-day, as we assemble around his lifeless body to provide for it a resting place in his native land, near the home of his child hood, among the friends of his youth, from those which stirred our souls at the time of his departure from as more than five years ago, full of life and vigor and hope and confidence. This ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 December 1866

Alexandriit -Advecrtisements. F4RESH ARRIVA !!! 17ALL AND WINTEWf TOOK OF NEW GOODS UNSURPASSED IN THE ALEXANDRIA MARKET. TIT undersigned, tlhankfnul for Sthe past liberal patronage, has the pleeasure to give special notice to hisi friends and customers, that is8 store, on Vpronxt Street, Jias been enlarged andi entirely re fitted and cleared of his last year's stock, and completely refurnished with a full and large assortment of Grocerics; Hosiery shoes, of all kinds toots, and prices. IIats, Clothing; Tinware, Woodware; adldlery Perfimery. A rare and rich assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods selected with great care and- especially to snit the taste of the Ladies of Rapides. All of which are offered for Liv NGo prices and on accomodating t4erms. GIft Us ANoTtER CALtL. MOSES ROSENTHAL. Oct 17 '1G tf i. C. NYNSO, I1. & CO., Wholesale and Retail Gý FL 0 0 FL S, --ANID DEALERS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, 3Pront 5treet, -A.le1eamnlcrira, ZLja_, 1'AV tF opened at the old D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 December 1866

- -,:· Ir·- T T IA·· - · _. _ __ E.~~~~·- BI S A]I G V Q J ;r Ji'L P~;^ s4 VOLUE 22 ~ AEXANRI*,LOUIIANA I~EDAYD~0FBER -I I a T JEl T , THs DsxoosA is published week at Fi:v DOLLARS per apnum, THnae for six . months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period thlan six . months. A.DVS ISEtXis inserted at the rate of .$1 50 Pn SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 Csrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. Tile fol lowing are oar rates to yearly advertisers: One column ... ....... .......$300 00 Half column................ 175 00 Third of column.............. 130 00 Fourth of column............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or lese,)..... .......... 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as I advertisements. Personal cards, when admissible,charged t `double the usual advertisements. OUR, JOB OFFICE. We have the pleasure to announce to the public, and bdr patrons in p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 December 1866

bc Wai auwanac ,'ri ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNTESDA IE CEM~ t 1..............6....1 I,6. it We would earnestly raini& a targe number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEM .-oc , anid have do far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down ~he'dogh.. All such we hope S`wil take the gentle hint and come and A Chance or Capitalists, We call attention to the aic o~ r. Geo. . Wilson oirering-twenty thousand acres ~of piuD4 voai dlid/for,'ale. This laindlies COaibi f'rtlilide of Rvd.riiverjitat below PioejlidI~nhd 'has a front of three or four, miles on thqriver. It is heavily timbered with as good pine t'mber as can be found any,where, sud offers peculiar inducements' 'to th'. whhd wish to go itto the li ,gher basi».es Thtiee are many never :filling l' eiaia earning over the Tlad;affrbAiing comfortable cabins are s.attered ~veitlie whqbletra6. Sew Mi&ge Snelery worth'i ,$i% 0O yas once pt up and burn, doTa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 December 1866

.'eIto.Citi..s of the .Senst .I.di ou.. of of RepreesntativeE:t pr After a brief interval the Congres ofthe hef United States resanes its annual legisa- tju five- labora An· all wise pid; weqitfn1 'sti' rovdiange!bas at ateditlee ciFºegi| io]eh Sts visited our shores, leaving its coani tus tli traces upon some portions of pur.,c~Mntry. me Peace;, order, tranquility and civil atºthori- ceo ty have been formally deelaretlyto.exist pal throughout the whole of the United States. cle In all bf: the 8ta ' divil authority has fec superceded the coercion of arips, anf the cir people bitlheir tltttry'atto a ae.,mainmin i taning their governments in full activity fro -, and complete operation. The. epforcement no of the laws is no longer obstructed in any Ro1 StateJy co bintimis tgop spWtifl to he th snppressid Db the ordinatyl chnure of judi- ha cial procaedings;. and the anime~iýqe en- an geidersd ·i the. war. re ripidly-;hilding C to the beneflcent influences of onr free in- of stitutio...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 December 1866

I.C Im iJt &CO., Wholesale and Retail G : OO F l t S, -AND D.ALRS IN 'aney Groceries, Boat and Bs Stores, Pron.t Street, .Al.exran dria,, La,., AVE opened at the old Drug Store of A 'l Qraikabank & Hymosn a fll, cnmdplte and well selected Atock of GROO00ERIES,' LIqtOBS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in Moor, t BAcon, Ird, . . Cure-d hams, Beef tongues,. . Gosehe and Western Butter, Bice, tarcbh, Potataes, " Onlons fHekerel, S ardiiaiklj ofsll kind4, ". : PreKmervs, 'bfl tbes, s . Jame, 1uhiatid .anberr es: Wine, &BrAndie,f% - ekii, ' lftikev, Rum. iN' t pa, Sherry and M dears Wjnes; Pao dine. Sugur plaiume tEhmn Vii *- ;:tc., Etc.e, "J pt a F 1 Et& Tea tvinblic give them~ i~ ie 'and they will lng thirSt ti ftltlyp tn best that 1 oe' ___ _ , e, .to this n ,t, an at the , . f,8 TS ! . SCHEAP RATES U The pnblie arde invited to 4-1U and examine, b.0efore purchasi ng elsewhere, :~the t (oie an4 really well se- e i seted stock of s.,M' st., D- ..... ,""HATS; K .i;:i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 December 1866

MW ItB~ *lr I:· t!i Oi'~r? IR);wI .· YQ 10 I i aI?~sb ~ l~ol 16, LBl3af~i x tr _., ..ý,;+i 'ý _a ',.,:. .i . J. · 1 ...u .L,'. e ý ý,:..l L .'is3 d S, +:dý i.1ýQ ,;ý ýý ý hIIIY'";f4L;ILSIrijE ... 1A1," "I eel WOEtIflISP VO UM 22. tJX N IA WIyI h.YJfIJ 'ýrý n A O N Y :7d I :+#i4ý iaiý 1 ZW ti ' ar E:rý't:tr 'ttlil q !ry t't t.Sf º f 9:ý "ir" IIý ý' ' '7:ý,t, i .y y-;: t..("1 ýi' 3 / ;; ' r,, tsl1, ' "i, . ,#'ij f1,' !' 9i r.L .ý t } ~ t tti ·u t t ' t If ?k " G ,.. `, ;;: , :Ii _ I S L a= ýLiý 'J~ c~ 1, wt., D !..ii . ilfil t, i ,t t # awAQ ·tlY~tt~"'~ ~a3-~i~i- BfjS~j~l~ n 'i:?~E/E~ :E'.' Ar,-95 Ta Df, Noai s p 1 1k d washy, at S ;FRY Doi"4p pe ;' e ~azfor' 81 uothe'paU#leins dvsao" Na, eubeorip. * tiopý taken for- lopi ,plod;~ sbi ex, hDv m71ucawre, iourtd 8t `tle at~s O, -O e.Vi #Aus for.t, "imtaptiensand. r;. .7 ;Cz.rioi ea b .;t eq pelon.. Eight " ineso~r eµ con tri~te- i aiqate. "The fal.r ii 1 r lQwlngv'ourrate to early sdterUu.r* *lt ftntinil ::.. :.X75 O& ' QTde, occup n...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 December 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDITESDAY CEMER .................., 19866; MIND YB NOWI Be sure and hand in your favors for our next, by MONDAY MORNING at 9 o'elook. We must all bands have Christmas. We are determined to fight it out on this line. Ubristma t Before our next issue, Christmas, t with all itsreunions ofbappy families, ( " all itsjoys and pleasures, both to young P and old, will have passed away. Al- p though we have but little cause to con- , gratulate ourselves on any very great ti degree of prosperity during the past i, year, yet we are truly thankful to the b Giver of all good, that the birth day of a the founder of our religion finds us in ti no worse condition than our present.- fc T~ ough the prospect for the future is w very gloomy, we hope that by the re- tl a..*urtb of reason among our rulers, and p by the practice of virtue among our tl people, the end of another year may cI And us making rapid strides towards a! that repose and prosperity for which td our country was disti...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 December 1866

THE PRESIDENS MESSAGLJ tE OPINfOit8 O THE7 PRESB. 8iI. -Althi (Prom the New York World, Dec. 4. ec The President adheres to his foriner '.ists ijTws with resolute, indomitable steadf Cone beht, but with the calmness of conscions ftee strength. What is certain, and whit the country is most coi cerned to know, ise4at heae, the Presidebet reinashi immovable, and tends Congress belligerent. The elections have not awed him nto .any degree of submis- Pe siveness, and he re-states his position with the Sa masculine, convincing clearness, which iMth? Qinst produce a favorable impteesion upon the I all candid men. He does not deign to pay if the the Constitutional Amendndent even the of ad cold compliment of a passing allusion; 'nor Ss there any rAson why heLshould it *as, to be sure, the leading issue in the elec (P tions; but the binding effect of theel1ttion men in any State does not extend bejiin4 its seat own Legislatnre, which is thereby instruct- embn ed to ratify the amendment~for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 December 1866

5 F 0. .3V Wj.Isa~c aiemd ldietat ` --AND DEALURB 'TN- Fancy Groceries, Boat and .Bar .. " * Stores,. . , f; HFAVE opened at the old.Drug, b'ore of Crnikahank & Hyason a ful, complete F and well selected stock of -GIQOýR1ES, LIQUOBS, WINES, etc, etc.4consietiog in pPart of F lor, _ Sugars, Bacon, Laid, Sugar Cured Hamer Beef tongues, Goshen and Western Butter, Bice, starch, Potataes, f- Onions, " tsocevd, , Bklinon, sardines, eBrtings, Oarfruits . ; 'Of all kinds, Preseeveg, -Jellies, Fruits Essences for Pastry and i . Cantatds. "-Oranberriest ' Wines, Brtnliu, Brandy r ' Prnits, Whlarev," Rum, Rin; Port, T S err' and .Madeira Wines CanO. dies. Sugar plumns. m rdrops, Etc., yEtc., Etc., .Ec. - Let the public give them a call and, they will find their Store full ip to the bee! that can be brought to thts narketjindnt the 11 "er, A~st cnah prices. . ,?.1... · Mr A;:r.-C~f GOODS OF ALL. ci .DS AND .sQRTSI- ," CH APL MATEB S P JFtrED1 PRICES' ' *The publai are ,invited to V . mn' r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 December 1866

N" - .----x-'. ..lc·:~~~~~~ · 1~ *i, 1. pjJ 1·,i F..i(7) ',i *' IIE ~ ~ C' d 'r: an . . 11 ''' 4+i g7ýº -. ' r '. 2. .'I) 1`iºrVOLUME 220 ý ALX NýX J~ tTIIf4 T a .11, ).. · 1 -··-- ·- T·S·s4,B/ i Tnt DgMOctAT is' publishad Weekly, at i'vs DoruaBS per annpuiz,. TIRaa lfor six Miaths, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a l98 pidod than six: months. - ADVuirnIscuR s" insertl atl t erate of $ .,50 PER 5QUA8E Cdr tne first ihsertion and 74 CENTS for ach - u oe e e:Eight tines or less, constitute .a square. - -The fol jowiug erg our rates to yeray. #dv~etiser: One cohimo;.... ' `~0§0 "0 1alf uofgaui... .:..:. 06 00' ' hi 4 ofolumrt....:.........130' 00 CardT, "b:oiicpying. space . of 'eigl '! lines)V4&VD, 20..:. -f . 00 Obltuarf notlces, maniai s;n*li meet-` vga, cards of thanrpgto4; ,"psieal 1c;'as adverole 'ný; ; t-rn t ' :- , x ': 2 r " ~ w. ' :j : J' ) t erar r ig' ear ;" el a~iissaile~chrged 'r6o. 'ie77.jiuaaaf 77,d -'rt3i:t.' ,ITZ , S.to swniu c to` ~t . pub~iqcazld ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 December 1866

ALEXANDRIA, L1u WEDNŽTESDAY DbCMB BR........ ....... .....2, 186. 8W We are pained to learn the death l lion. H. M. Bruce, formerly repre . senjative in the Confederate Congress. from Kentucky. Mr. Bruce, who was tvealthy before and during the war,! will be remembered for his many deeds of charity to the poor and the desti tnte. If is estiniated that he has given away t hundred thousand dollars in 1 Sgkd He-was partietd rotedfo' hid' a d to marry destitute soldiers after the s nrrender, who but for hini Eould not rhave obtained the means to reach their 'oimes.aO'Mr?:2 uce was possessed of Ivry 'fair practical talents and exer cised great influence in the body of 1 which he was a member. He died and- 1 denly at Washington whither he had doubtless gone on some errand for the 'benefit of some of his unfortunate co-. laboers in a lost cause. SW' During the discussion in the Sen ate on the proposition to repeal the clause of the amnesty aet conferring on the President the right to par...

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