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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 December 1866

SAMB O'S TRIUMPH. 4 104 OLD MORAL PIALOGUZ. Scnxy-xBeacon street, -Boston. Time Day aft'e Election. ' DRAMATIS PaRsonAr-Mesars. Pompey & Cuiffe, Artistes de Whitewash.. CUFFEE. .Good .morning, Pompey; tie as wee ex Sie'ted- . De killlered candidates am bofe elected; Boston and Charlestohkab, performed dar duty; * We'oe 'got' a. clce now in do'State, my beauty. POMPIY. It's eben so. Dey tought de Rads would shirk 'em, a"c QrrsIgibty,i we's de.bois to:work 'em. Ses I to deni two'darkdes; "Goinlemmons," Anil not dey, bofe am honorable ge~~taens; V e've.got de white trash fairly o~nthe hip, Dey niusn't:gib us no more otdidarlip, But bress de Lo; di$ ? i non ejiuff-. 1 We must hab furderprdiileges, C~ifi '°Qcourse we. meet.; l:ike dat observa. c .'tlionf'- . I "De iedtink, Pom p, a :am ibsigecnration. rs an wimarried man, and so m you- - .Wpt pauty white gal mout youe liab in views: - -: I's not, am yt/? so hery hard to please? So dat my wife is of.the F. F. B's. • " " ,, ; '' ;,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 December 1866

.M xaidriay M~tlseseu .A Wholesale ant Retail " G-tQQEJRtS, --AND DEfALSU I* Fauscy Groceries, .,oat andJi ar Stores, Frornt Stree~t, .Alexa~ndria, Laj., H AVE nnene"1 at the old Drug Stnre rd Cruoikehak & T1ynann a full, cnmpfjte ,nd wiell, arde,?tpd atoc.c of GROCKRIES. .IIlQUQR$A WINES. etc. etc. consisting in part ot Flinr. acon,, Cured .., Hama; Seet tonupes, Goshen ' and Western Batter, Poistaes, Onions, .ekerel, Ssrdire', Heruintts, y " Can tri of all ktnde, Preervea, Jellies, : "Prnitfa in their ow's incn,9 se enct ;forp FPastrr etn, JrsntPrrieat WheiA, hndws, Brandy ?;ýnits, WhhMrker,. Rum. .(in: Port. lhPrrfv and MaeIpra Wines; Can. dies. Quze n!u'ia..fnm drops, Etc.e, Etc., }Cte., Fete, lfet + e rnhle Rine them a cali and then will find their Stare V:tynnr ft the heat th~f tan he brnuht.tn. this market, and at the ticsh' ftc&. GOODS OF ALL RINDS AND SORTS!,. .-(GiEAP RA TESU dihe .iib ic- r> in-viwdcTto call antV *rkminoB before purchasingr -~elewhere, theo cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 January 1867

£t~WM II LfJ.? .- pr.·.·i Ag sek AMI IMM· {J .I· U' -1 *1 7' z r , .-d . *' k I .. I ' T( So m (. it :n . 1 11 . ii Cdtt I I .' ' 3., L;ýk ^0 (hi I' A$J,".{t -t}ý 4 Q17 >>'74iji l ".? . Ui 4!iIst.-1 f'7~ s'{'ti (d rjj4 I ý E'rns . ~ }. .,iS..~T r: ."t t { . t. .tj' -.~h .r t ,ltý . . LTLSIyyA] jiDN1 $iia ~rAN~Jr4R UI r,11 'r ,I rl " (Uft A ' r ý.A t(ýJ.ý) ' ylt r c 1J1T*T·n ` At.. X41, a , ", . , r,, t ý} . 1 , f t ( i"7 " y . ý , Y!1'11 io1 ',sr Am .Y'AI iA . r i1 ., "ii 1:: th 'rileirl, r a .dI T'ar Dazoca.tL is publs'ted weekly, at IFzv Doa.L'Ut pOr anuv ,}, rnEE fur six months, payabld in advance. No subs iýp-. lion takan for a less period than six .months. Ap vEutrlra'rS 3 inserted at'ttt, *t6 of $1 50 ran squ.as-for the first insertion and 'S Ci.rst for ec'ic subseaiuet oone,.: ight -fin33 or lass, constitute a squtate. ' Tle oI .owing are our rates to yearly advertisers : .One column... ,........ ... ...& 0 0 SIhllf column .......;......... 10 Third of column......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 January 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEfDIlESDflA #ANUAURY.................2, 1867. I7 We would earnestly remind a large 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 owe hope 'Bill take the gentle hint and come and ai-ls. -- " UM.,The advertisement of the fine steamer St. -'icholas will be found in our columns this week. She has been placed in the Grand Ecore trade, by her comman ler, J. C. Dowty, and will run reguLarly in this trade the balance of the season. Her clerks A. Rachal and T, J. Dowty. as well *s-ier Captain, are well known in our com mnanity as energetic and prompt business mwe, andcann be relied on in attending to all affairs entrusted t ttlem. All they ask Is a fair trial and a living chance, which they are certain can but be given them by a liberal community. 8iP Thereds something in a name after all; so th.ught we at least, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 January 1867

A GRAND OLD ?OEM. Wfho shall jnde a mu!np f:am - net i Who shall know. liji. by his dres" Paupers may be fit for princes-e~ I'rincs fit fr' nothifng else. Crumpled. shirt anai dirty jacket May b&~cthi'tlie gi den oe : Of the deepest thought and feelinig Satin rests could donae mbr. : There are springs oQ cryta! nectar Ever welling out 6f atone; . 'TheirPre 'rple buds, and'o!lden," IIiddtn, crushed, and overgrown. God, who cpnts by. souls, nopt ~d Loies and prospers you and me, While be values thioies, the hiheast, aqt as felj ~esiPithe oa s. ..' ian, tupripsbd abo'e his le tellosinr Oft frgets his felteow~ thetr ' Master., rulers, Jords. remem ber That your meanest hi'ids are met Men by laboL, merl by feeling, Men by thought and mwn by fame Claiming .equl rights to sunshine In a mati's ennobling name. There are foam-embroidered oceans, There are little-vweed-elad rills ; There are f eble, inch.high! saplings, 'T'here are cedars on.the hills,. : God, who counts by souls, not sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 January 1867

IL CIYIZIIIu,jT~ /1& t Wholesale and Retal: Gr O 0 .. E.. R . , ° -AND DEALERS IX-" lancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, " , . ratro  . Street, Alexaadr1cia La", rAVYE nrZnl at the old Drug Slore of . ("rnikshak & Ilyimsn, 1 rt),, irrdnteteh and wli s,'eeted stac;: of (;RO(il'RIES. :LI.QUORI, WYINES, eta. etc., coutstiog it. part of Boon, Gured .sms, Beet tsagues, O13eh,, and Wea!ern Dutter Starch, Poiqtat, Onion., ýI keer , elmi n, 8$a di' e", l. l rrinºs, Can_lfrit. of a!l kindor, Jelli -,. Jam?, Pruits in their own in:eP, IP sti'atr nul Cnastarc . CMnlbrr'e4: ViV;r'e+ 1rbndelie, B)randy Frit, W1hiskov. Rnm. Gin; -iort, Sherry-nnl 1 "Mine'ra Wine; Can. d'eea. un,*n'.amt Bti tlmdrl, Etc., Etc., Etc., Ete. " Lyot th inmTie give them a ea-ll and Ahpt will find thhuir Store fully ni to the teA thlt can ho hrnnrht to t'is market; and at thea very oheIp'ot e'ash' pricrs. Jainu~ry 3., Sti(. tf. p . GOODS OF ALL 'KIND I AND SORTS . I "' HEAP IIATES U FIXED PRIICES !] J Tli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 January 1867

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 January 1867

-~~ -* 0;i-W ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNSlESDAY IA TARY ....................9, 9 ,67. EW We would earnestly remiud a large number of our patrons, that they .are now running over four months into a new year's subscriptioa of the -Dx * ocar, and have so-far fatted -orTrs . gottenr to tall at -aieolic~ and plgink down the doughl All-such we hope 4 will take the gentle hint and come and •ee e o -. . . 88U5 -- - . Arrival of Admiral 8eaea. We are pleased to record thefact that Admiral Taphael Semmes has arrived and entered upon the du. ties of the professorship of Moral Philosophy in the State Seminary, to which he was recently elected.-. The Admiral seems to be in excel lent health and to bear with 'corn. mendable fortitude the ills t which? the failure of the cause for which' he fought so well sabjeted)ommany of the ablest and ;most gallant of the Southern leaders. We doubt not that he will betake himself to the peaceful labors of his new pro fesaion withthe same zeal and earn. estnesathat ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 January 1867

The Endhanted Tower of Toledo Sr 3s5. N. 3. WILLIAMS. " En cote onrr los Reye. Cads ano hecho an canedo, Porque to ordinare ansi Hercules el afpmado, ~Ie n o primero a Espaua be Gerion grap, tiramo." [ o mose auss measo m ameads ka so de "Here we meet thee, King Rodrigo 1 out side of the city's wall, 'Tot the words my lips must utter, ont no other ear can all, Thou descendant of Cie' Godos, crowned .. and acepter~kingof Spain,. S 'hou mast lst l n to the Wardmrs of the Tower Wllei Pleasure's Pain. - * In the first days-of this Kingdom, when AkImena'sgodlikehon, From Getyou'e bloody thraldom all this pleasant land had won, Midst Toledo's -osang..-hbowrr, ..l4 by trabng oachniuie8nt amiight Raised this tower rrom base to summit in one single summer's nit ght! "Earthly hammer were not Bounded, but a puspg rush of-wings, And the sword of bright Orion-down its starry scabbard flings, - . Men grew pale, i'd women fainted, for the miduightar wa filled " With such sounds that earthly daring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 January 1867

1ºRW ORLEANS JIUSINESS CARDS. .. ?2' 2 r2)1YiE,. fEL 7IsVO, .Etc. Z)O.STICK' &. Summt, 38' Falton ~ street; ' t:lhnlesaldac al :rs in "Metals,. Jffatware, SBlp Chandlery Stesstitboatlwd: thlisllroud saiples. AVutS for Niew Yur$ j3L'lting and Packing Co.". nov 2S31663]y lr1ZoLl.?SAE FISH .)W28. D. MOODY S& CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas S..etre p ,, aattdLai a giuvtuaa to selling 3jack rel, Coidish, Heorri ug, Btter, VlCe.se and Lard. iiW 2$ I$GUly JE7 E1A r d Pd VCr QeOOs.; A6. A 1. GRISW l 'fiQ (Cold frm of New Ojjngt ist 5v-aos. f 4nnflp yij avid JsndlL'nsot 'WZ1Pfes, IWelr 5l~wa a##, c ( ulrrý, ust .aPd .1'isrles ,corner~ Cazi or;886ly G· JIRUNIG, Artist in Hair and , atr " in 1S :aches s-and Jtwefryy, No. 118 Canal street. Premium Rwhrd ed at the; late Fair for btst flair Work. Watches re. - paired and warranted. A. REIN INN, dec 1 Ie66 y Watchmaker FO2~J'A. L F tiDU8' FOUNtDDW, "t ra Dtfs aid J1 ouclier treets, 'M srii atdfrF Stes.TW Engýines, B~oilers, Sugar. l~ills, ,Saw Mill....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 January 1867

... ...--.... «:....ý.ý ý3 wW i .ý .n +,i.1;(ýýk7rlNk:,. ' s", ... . .," a"'R '?"'f 1 ..,; 'tr,ýP ":1";''`'!1t4ý Y;," Ar{I S ' i. j is t' .pl·,- -- ,,-. ---- .T.I- ···- -- M·`'Z f- L-ýi; - i ·- - .. .U' 1·flf-lf·tf:r - "i· ltiir . r ;.~I :i f i AY ) ý ý1113 ýA'ý I+ ý ii. OW "T F R 19, 3 d . Tins DEMocRAT '·i published weekly, at FIve DOLLARS per annum,; Tmau 'for .si-x months, payable in advance. No 'sabsdari tion taken for a less period than six months. : ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate:of 81 50 PER SQUARE for the first itsertion and 75 CENTS for each subsequeunt ge. eight lines or less, constitute a square. The.fol lwing are our rates to yearly idvertis~ a: One column, ......... ...... ..300 00 dalf column. .,........... .... -4.00 Third of column............... 10 00 Fourth of column ........... 100 ,00 Cards,; (occupying space of 'eight lines, or less,) ...........?.. . 20 00 Obituary notices, niama es, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemen...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 January 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEIDbThTSDAY J. NARY ...................16, 1867. IT We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEW ocRAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope willt take the gentle hint and come and SiP'We are glad to know that our citizens have started a subscription list, for the purpose of purchasing a complete and fine set of brass instra ments, for our boys of the Alexandria Brass Band, whose instruments were spirited away a la Butler during the war. A few dollars are yet needed to unake up the necessary sum, and we earnestly hope no one will be modest in standing back in this laudable enter paise. Let's have the music by all aesas. 1~1Oar citftehs will be regaled, this r%'ek, With two fine entertainments at the ce House Ball Room.. To-night the Amateur Minstrels give one of their Unique and spicy entertainments, and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 January 1867

Eduration of Freedmei. To TILE PEOPLE OF MISIss'9PI : Citizens :-Solicited at home and abroad 'o give nly views on the subject of the ed ucation of the children of our former slaves, and deeming the matter one of great im portance in itself, I beg to offir the follow Ing suggestions for your candid and dispas siontte doisideration : Major-General Wood, U. S. A., Assis tant Conmmissioner Bureau Refugees, etc., the distinguished commander of this dis trict, recently issued Order No. 17, dated November 3d, offering certain facilites and funds in aBid of the schooling of colored 'children, which brings the matter directly to the attention of the citizens and people of this State at large. A communication 'addressed to me from an eminent citizen of New York connected with an association I organized for the purpose of carrying out the same object, offers funds in aid of: the iame peculiar work. And besides, the idea which has suddenly seized upon the great mass of our former slaves, that,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 January 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. H.ARDJ PX'1Z B , 1fL YING, Et.. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton . street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, jlardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supplies. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nev 28 1866 ly 7rfzZES.4 ALE FISH 31C7 S. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitnulns . street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly pOeLZity PAN.CY G00f8. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of A Hyde & Goodrichy established in Ne,.Orleans 5Q years. Manufactnrers,4n; Itnportersof WatheyJwCelry, Silrverare, Cutlery, Guns and Pistole corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 281866 ly G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair anddealer e in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Uiair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker TO 10 'ftN1 S. LElDSj FOUN1iMY, corner telord and -Fottucher streets, Manufacturer Stehm Engines, Boilers, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 January 1867

_ _ _ 5' 4%'.' - , N"" ". VOLUME 22. } ALEXANIDIIA, LOUISIANA,: WEDNESDAY,: JANIARY 23, 1867,> :1:::. NUMBER ~i. '~~~' " "' ]I Tui DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at P Fi DOLLARS per annum, THREE for sir months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken, for a less period, than six months. ..DVERTISMRNT inserted at the rite of $1 50 PLe SQUARe for the first insertion and 75 C.rrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a squars. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ....................$300 00 Half column.................. 175 00 Third of columa.. ........... 130 00 Fourth of column ... .......... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) .............. 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ags; eards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as iadvertisements. Personal cards, when admissible, charged 4double the usual advertisements. 0HRISTMAS POEM, BTY PEARL RIVERS. Merry Christmas ! Merry Christmas! Hear how gladly, wild...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 January 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA, WPfIDNE1ES AY JASNUARYT................. , 267'. 0 We would earnestly iremitnd a nlar9& mber of our patrons, that they are now running over fur months'into ainew year's subecription of the DI- t oRAT, andlsave so far failed or for- t gotten to call at the offeice and plank i down the dough. All such we hope I will take the gentle hint and come and c eeaus. t PIVINE RBEVIOE. There will be Divine Service at the P Tonr Mall, on Sunday the 1,th of February, by the Rev. H. .O. Whit of thie Louisiana Conference.h There will be gular preaching as above on the. second Sunday of eaol~ month. f We a'ein receipt of a letter, of tte 19th inst., from the clerk of. the Steamer ft. Nicholas, asking4 as to give notice to the public, that" she will not be ep in her regular P time this week. She will have to lie over and,lose one week owing le to unfi eseen cirnumstanee . She ei will eare New Otleans on Satir . day esOth mnt., and the public el may e a that no mare troubles will 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 January 1867

Treasure Trove Extraordinary, A COPLE OF WALKERS Ii THR SEWRRS OF Egw YORK--"PAY DIRT" STRUCK HEAVILY -DIA.MONDS BY THE BUSHELi [From. the Erie Dispatch.] Several years ago a little German Jew, lied Schwartz, believing that in the sery arof New York imighibe found many eldes of value which had been lost, en ' d them, and for three days wandered lgf the labyrinth. He way Very sue picking up some 427,000 worth of , spoons, forks, etc.; but having lost the first day, he believed that he Mlve found much more, could he have ,. id out-the original plan, which was to isit Fifth and Madison avenues, Broad way, and the wealthy portions of the city. So $great, however, were the difficulties and :g&a.re which he encountered, that nothing Induce him again to visit "New York -round." His adventie for a time r ed quite a little sensatidd, bxt there were none venturous enough to attempt a .e ond, until Wednesday of last .*eek, when an adventurous party of three en. tered the sewer of Houston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 January 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. "a- . nt2 )r1IE, IELI 2 LYG, Etle. BOSTICK & SEY' MOUR, 33 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supples. A'onts for New York Belting and PI acking Co. nov 28 1866 ly Sf' OLESALI I'FISH .81 C8. SD. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitonlas Sastrebt. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 186 61y j.E1.ELf' FA',,VCY " GOODS. A B. GRI$WOLD & CO., (old firm of A Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Ianufact'irers and Importers of Watches. Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistola, corner Canal &nd Royal streets. nov 28 186 fly G BRTUNIG, Artist in Hair and deali;r G . in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premm in awarded at the late Fair for lx t Hdir work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker ,0 & .I/ f IFS. LEEDS''FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Fe Focher streets, Mannfacture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 January 1867

4 " • . ... t j. 4j "vdo &i x.t- !q . z&VT - " - ". .j /.',. "`+ .. ý W o- ' .' a m " .."la. '+ :J ,,i .i.. -_,, ,] A + d',ý ý t t .....,gs -ta " 41 ,.r o 9 .. ... . .. b...... . . J+++j i ' , : e J.l l .+ 5h;+ `r( 1UIJ, ,,, ; , . .. . .. .-..+ . 3 aa ). ., IR + 0, ·Clyi:8 .ti. : OL ME7:9t:r d L i AX .L - Jt A 1"tn ("i.1 }r ý ýne l, ý7 "ý _ý i r ,ý,'" { , .,," . . 1., _ ý+ a r, ?} ý r' Y: ,ý "ý. ý~Cl~a ha'V Dlaxocs 1*g ,published weekly, at 1vs Dou>in a ai n anum, Timisi for six ,J.nthI, pay.b1e inadvance. No sqbseip 4io taken _r fo l4 1sw period theo six .-,nanths.: ". ." .i"-°::~ , ' - " . , :.. 29 ' *tflrrIsmiERY -in stted "i t tl Mtois of $1 50 PER 5QUAtE for the first i sert oi hna "i5 Crag' for eAch' l equent one. JEight lf.es rles,-, . ls t, +ºe a quare.: T' fol ,lowinagari oMarratesito yearly adverti~oes: reird luths y: .:... . ... - ...: t0'0o alc. 6  , .- ,.. :.. ..v....:. '17o0 Sbbird u of column. . 1, ....,,. 130 00 orth qf coln,.i........... 100 00...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 January 1867

Sht gouidewa guont. ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNESDAY JANUARY ...................30, 1867. W We would earnestly remind a large 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 wee us. 1" The Radicals smarting under the recent decisions of the Supreme Court are making the effort to vir tually nullify the opinions of the Court and to prevent the rendition of any similar decisions in future. A bill hasbeen introduced requiring that decisions on constitutional ,questions shall be unanimous, and :a bill h6i passed the House defining the qualifications of attorneys of the Court, the object of which is to -exclude Southern lawyers from 1practice. We do not believe that this bill can pass the Senate on the President's veto, and if it should its provisions will be ignored by the Court, which is p...

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