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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 January 1867

ehaoesat Washi.ktonin 1811 Distinguished amilies. We copy as follows from the letter of , ''iator " to the Turf, Field arid Farm : . Three days after our arrival at Wash ijgton, (from the North) October 23, 1811, the races took place. I attended them, Mr. Foster driving me in his carriole. He had the best equipage on the ground. His hores are very fine opes, and his grooms sported their best liveries. Mrs. Madison was present with four grays in i chariot, and Mrs. Tayloe in a Coah and four, which ww the only eq ipsgds desbtving of no tiae; Madame etro 1es '(the "Wife f the ljng of Westphalia) being very modest, with a.'pelit of horses. Serrurier, the Frtfch Minister, was there Qn foot, follow Sed by a servant. S"fThere is no stand 'for the ladies, and 'he carriages are suffered to drive on the tonlre. "Two four mile heats were ran the first day, and the race gained by a lame horse, 'his antagonist, who won the first heat a few seconds short of eight minutes-the :naeding day had been...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 January 1867

1NEWI ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. H.IA 'W E WW.,l 5 71EL' "INrG, Etc. BOYICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboataad Railroad supplies. Agents for New York belting and Packing Co. nov 98 J866 ly yIIOL~;S.,9LE fI/TS' .C1'8. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitonlas Sstreest. 8 ,ial attenffion given to walling Maekeret, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly .7Te ?r fr f. Pd.AC7 f Gooi08. A B. oRISWOtLD & CO., (old firm of I Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 eaars. lititftufacturer and Importers of Wateheai;Tewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, (uns and Pistoli, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov ~i 18661y . "..." G. BRUN1I. Artidt in Hlair and dealer G in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 (Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best flair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIIANN, dec 12 1866ly Watchmaker " -,DS1' FOUN0DRY, corner Dolord and .LJ Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 February 1867

, , . , .+... ,-- . . ; :. r ; ,-· .- ··- .. .. - ··'' .:: .: . - "L L ~ fj . .1 . ' + " " : ~. " . ·'.'.~cC ,·· :',~i 'I o'" ").; '· ..'~~~~~' i" . ,t . . ' * , .. .- ... VOLUME-22.} ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESD Y;:ERUR " +tNý •F ,, ., A. J.n n n,··'·· •, r nmB R U A: nnnnm u. TE~B EM ahdS : TitS ]I)EIOCRAT is puhbllied *feiklf', at ,Firv DOLLARS per annum, Tians for six months, payable in aldvahce. ho subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 rlat gquAR for tfe first iiisertion and 75 CENTS for each subseqiieit one. Eight lines or less, constitute a sipiare. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers : One column ............. ..$300 00 Jlalf column.................. 175 00 Thlrd of eolumn......... .. 130 00 Fourth of'coldiin .............. 100 00 C'ards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) .............. 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as a dverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 February 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNNESDAY PEBRUARY...................6 1887. &F 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 DuEM (CRAT, 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 The Forpign Reviews. We are indebted to Messrs. Leonard Scott & Co., of New York, for a recent saumber of the "North British Review," which is flled with the usual amount of solid and entertaining matter. We were particularly interested in the ar ticles on "Sir William Rowan Hamil ton," "The Ethics of Aristotle," and "The English Pulpit," which read like the able papers for which this Review was distinguished before so many of the able English writers had passed away. A few years since Messrs. Scott & Co., disgusted with the trashy pro ductions of the Apmerican periodical press, and convinced that the hap-haz ard selectio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 February 1867

To GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, grAT or LouIsuNA, ExECUTIVE D PT., NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 28, 1867. 3 To the General Assembly: In compliance with a constitutional datyimposed on the Governorof the State, Irespectfully submit this, my message, ,veying information respecting the sita tion of the State, and embodying my vi6* on various subjects pertaning tothe publie welfare. I regret I cannot Congratulate you on h auspices of your ssembling. The year that bas just closed, while bountiful in its isings of penae, and compared to other of country, also in health, was not Iitful to us in its rewards to inidustry - A large extent of our most fertile lands es been submerged by the breaking of the levees; families have been driven from their homes; horses, cattle and crops have been destroyed, and the liberality of the rational Government had to be invoked, ~i pply food to the starving. Upon this misaster came the excessive rains and the ygy worm, which cut off more than otde third of the cotton crop, so ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 February 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 3$ Fulton . street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, i Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamhoatand Railroad supplies. Agents for New York Ielting and Packing Co. nov 23 1866 ]y JI/OLA'SALE 8 F1S .)(CY'8. S i). MOO1Y~ & CO., 67 Tchonpitonlas . strect. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly JTEs 7r VLey' F A'NC2' GOODS. A B. GRISWOLI) & CO., (old firm of . *lyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Caanl street. Proznium awarded at the late Fair for liest Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker FO y.' Z1i7 8. J. Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam En ines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills, Cotton Presses, Newell sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 February 1867

__ RoisBIOSSaAuTa - BI TId WORLD t1 GOVECT~En TOO M .TOT n VOLUME 22 , -. . .  . ... ? -. -----~---- --------- E 01 19DPttSE1Ot VOLUME 22. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 187 N MBER 4 i _ L u.... .., n -lTRTnuFi' 'AiT.F 1 I e A --"- -lm. mn TE RMS: Tui DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at FvE I)OtL.LAi per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMEVrTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CaENT for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: Tnie 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, pubhc meet ags, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for As advertisements. Personal cards, when admissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 February 1867

ALEXANDRIA, ILA:! WEDNESDAYr 'BERUARY .................. 13, 67. -______ _ , - CLOVE ONIONS Por 'Pantannt* APPLY TO tf'Yb1t Geperal Assembly . ba re jected the Constitutional Amendment bys uanninous vote iu both.Aouses.- It will be reucmb.emr tlhat (overno. Weils strongl:recommended the pass easge. of the Amendtmeuit dnd a c himself on a platform on the stlbjeit along *ili 8~ ner,; Stevens and the redst Bladcal of the Radicals. T'he Legislature has. repMed to his recom *oeadi lo. " Ws cameot recall a single otikterahtnce of the Etective' of a ,Sta~b ls*i ithou asfngle tnpporter la the.Legislative branch.of the govern teds.. It ash6Cl be `rerAhetibered too t 'dt thiLegisl'atae wads elected on the slap.ticket with Governor Wells and that.it was generally believed at tbhe time thhLt obody Blse' but aGe~nor Well a4lihi saipporters .c4 cart: the State safely through all her 'tronu bies. The Legislature and the people 4.`1$ w 44 sfalow to ,f ttrt, i soti h e ft they understand him a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 February 1867

ON. D. W. VOOR00 E8 IN NEW OELEANS. I s.EECI AT MACIIANICS' INSTITUTE. j In response, says (te N. O. Crescert, to 1 ,n ginouccement made yesterday that the a. Vor , o9o Indiana, would ist eveningh adspTelle intodasw Or leaS upon the pro~mnmtt a of the dratbed Halt.of he fortie frenta in Mrchaynics' .crw, ded rfowing by ao eflp in . a laliti Puber I'th0 Di era of the St4te legislature and City Council. The 'istinguishled speaker was introducedby lDon. Duncan S. Cage, speaker of ,the sel uand was welcomedn by i entbo tastic :pseo in advancing to ther.' o-. f the  .Attrm. prWe subjoin a ylid psit of his taloq uent remarks: , - 'tdes and Getlemena ed Fellow-Citizens: I feel s6meiot"at emt fhaassed in being presented to you to-night for the first time New Orleans. I camee hither sepon bus 'mess of an 'entirely privte -natire, but t have felt oblige' to consent to the unidver -al request of, my ,mny riends, to asdress uthe people of New Orleans. ov At the present time pubrjcetlising i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 February 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. tarRz, Ir1 a ?E, IIEfL L I4G, Atc. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in MetaLi, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand Railroad supplies. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly 7rI/OLA 17, LA' FIs'H C 78. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas C. street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly JBE')VLtItr Pt.ANCFr GOO)8. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of s.* Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manuf cturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly °' BRUNIG, Artist in Hlair and dealer * in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866ly Watchmaker FO UXVYZsI. Et* L3FOUNDRY, corner Delord and PJ Foacher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 February 1867

VOUM 21 WENSIY 4 - - h 1 . L- . .. S.AC. . -- - w 1 1 1 m _; •OLME % ,ALEANDIA LO FAXU4 20! V UJA..... D I : T , v TI T-E1 IL 'S: , Tu DwoOCjAT ii. published weekly, at Fiva .Dqr.I.As per annum, TnREE for six months, payable in advance. ANo subscrip tion taken for a less period than six Aonths. A rwVRTTrswrs inserted at the rate of .$1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and '75 CFuxs for each subsequent one. Eight -lines or loss, constitute a square. The fol ,lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column... ................$300 00 hIalf column. .................. 175 00 'third of column ............... 130 00 Pottrth 6of ollmnn..... ........ 100 00 Cards, (oecupying space of eight lines, or s,) ....... ... 20 00 Obituary notltesmarrmages, pubeld meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as adertsemey.ts. : , r:FPsonal cards, whe a issible,charged eouble the unaal adiertisemoents. 3RE I'FT71 SB ALE,. . -ipe 4. rin.p. .m . . J "ue Q.Iý' . . tr • Niot 3 -Districe Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 February 1867

ALEXANDRIA,. LA: WEDNE2ESDAY EBaRUARY....U ..... .....20, 1867. Legislative Reports. People who live at a distance from the seat of government have a natural desire to learn what their representa tives in the General Assembly are do ing. For this purpose the city papers grofede to publish daily the proceed ings of the Legislature in their col amns. When we take into considera tion the fact that our city cotempora ries lavish such an expenditure on the different departments of their papers it is a little singular that not one of them will go to the trouble or expense of furnishing a Legislative report from which one can glean an intelligible idea of what the assembled wisdom of the State is doing for her people. They all make some kind of an allusion to everything that happens, but it gives just enough information to tantalise you with the idea that you have re selved no information at all. To illus trate, w will take at. random a few apeelmens from the daily report. We are told on o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 February 1867

To TIll, MEMORY OF Tlg J.AMENT'ED GOV. HENRY. WATKINS ALLEN. ! tibed to the Noble Women (f LouJdana, DY COLONEL A. M. IIOBBY. As at the ena.along the Arctio skies, And lsra in sptle twilight dies, elpol n~eyJri sor. As- a from the e b the Oro That her bright sun had set, to rise no more. a,,''as, that maiden why ,ip gloopi "sh roves 4 ;.Ibli the fragraneo of ha.. 4-nge Iy reefs a sadness on that irod rw?' A tear-that eye lihs Lever known 'til now, Whjy stope the child;at ply I three Aprils old, And earth and air 'a Aentdu stillness holdI And why does grief extend its darkened Anid universalsorrow sadden all? -What! weep not for him! whose deeds suhlime Are rolled with grand music on the breeze of time- A Saun in Glory's firmament hath set, lint in its dying rays we linger yet. (That splendid sun that lit the Southern sky, Warmed every heart, and kindled every eye; No spot appeared npon its golden zone, No borrowed light-its radiance all its own: Spread ,# the distant world its pier...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 February 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. .I 1) WA.,1Ih', YJBJLIAG, B/c. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, :3 Fnlton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamnboatand Railroad suo les. Agents for New York Blting and Packing Co. nov 38 1886 ly "II'OlOL S.4 L F/I P i .Kft'8. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoapitomulas street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1863 ly .JfVtiELtg " & F.,'VCT GOO 8. A 13. GRISWOLD & CO)., (oldl firmnn of .L. Hyde "& Go(ilrich) established in Wq Orloans ~1 years. Manifaietumrrs and I rters of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cj 1ry, Oute and P'istols, corner Canal at Royal streets. 28 iv 866i ly - SBRUINIG, Artist in Hair and dealer d* in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awardedj at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watehes re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dece 12 1860Ily Watchmaker L~ EKi FOUNil Iý t riner vie olrand Foueher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines, Boil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 February 1867

..r . r$ !:' -- tt/ ;fý It r.'ii lutif ,Iýs IEdotj l'-}..i' *A J!Tri .ltix1 7.~~~~ ."t 3fr4irt 1,?t~ l' !L ; *t fr '* in-")t .dl 'tot l? F'', {t ýý* z:' rQ 4) S C Lsi F S'' ¼1 ''d 't` 2")i "'1 i~ jrii: '+ u: i' ,,r+O ' dj !f ,ý f5 ,t. .. ý ý. .P! 1 1I .1 "i. f)IO$iTJ tSt t'*-otfiID zs§ ..l; iýa.ii 3i, r~ta' t"~Y1l* 0llfa'f 'aEEJ) mt~.,v i0~w -7-+.-- 1. -- !' Ti t . i{ ?-iý sK t ..g J~T1 A i~rIiI'ý ,F:1 k w4 -.znuý{i(K"atýj' vatY: sit z( ýý i~ <Fn sn n nvzý' ýljE. ý ,ý,i ý , ; . !r ¢. ; ý ; , ~ . , ·: . ,' ý .T i i 1 1 ' "i ; ir' i a xfMt ! 1% tI I s bz .". - r iii'r . i+ r ! . ` I r· ! i. !),t.{:.1, --- --- - -- ---ft 'ot I-Y^ r ! t t ý l' ý WI:: .ad . . drLV r. r `r,( zI!PTIJXTFRRY ·; ! · Iu ( r iT f t * . a I .4 6" " . r . 'r . .t ýel ·i: .L. r' I i "7 "r , tn l!" , f , ' :t :t a e 1Sr--=;-~;~----_r r Tas DEiocRAT, is p bigiheý wgekly, at Fiev DoILAV.8 'per .annum, ~ir' fbr' six months, payable in advance. No" siiscrip tion taken for a' 4es- period than six, months. ADVERTISEME...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 February 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: W EDNTES DAY FlBERUARY ...........7....27, 1867. a' We would earnestly remind a brge)number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEMs ocaAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to cal at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope wilt take the gentle hint and come and se us. Funeral of Major Canfield. On Thursday last the funeral of the Wate Major Mercer Canfield, of this parial, who fell at the battle of Mans feld, took place in the large Hall at the Ice Housedotel. After the arrival of the body the Hall was decorated by the ladies of the parish in the most tasteful manner, and the body depos ited in it to be seen by the many friends for whom he had yielded up his life. At 3 o'clock the Hall was filled by a large concourse of ladies and gentle men, all business having been suspend ed to give every one an opportunity to attend. The impressive funeral ser vice of the Protestant Episcopal Church wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 February 1867

- A Chapter of Southern War History. ygRLY'S ACCOUNT OF JI8 MARIICH ON WASHI T INGTON. The rapid marching which had broken down a number of the men who were bare footed or weakened by previous exposure, and had been left in the Valley and direc ted to be collected at Winchester, and the loeses in the killed and wounded at Har. pers Ferry, Maryland Heights, and Monoca. e had reduced my infantry to about eight tdousand muskets, Of those remaining, a tery large number were greatly exhausted by the last two day's mrcehing, some hav ing fallen by sun stroke, and I was satisfied, whecn we arrived in front of the fortifica tions, that not more than One third of my force could have been carried intoaction. I had about forty pieces of field artillery, of which the largest were twelve-pounder Napoleons, besides a few pieces of hpse artillery with the cavalry. McCausland reported the works on the Georgetown pike too strongly manned for liiin t assatilt. We could hot move tO the light of left w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 February 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fultoe street, Wholesale dealers in Metals Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supp es. Agents for New Yorh Belting and Pa king Co. nov 28 186i ly '.FHOLZ,:ý.L. FIY.Fh .1[(..C',. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas . street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly JE7 EL.7.F d' FaC T GOO S. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of * Hyde & Goodrich) established in 'New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Jlmporters of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRITNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer . in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best LHair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker 1FOtiY2) 7I S. Miff iiV6', corner elofs rnd .L/ Fouerher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 March 1867

.. BIOS.A.T] TE f WO~ttf la G-oVt frE I~fl ('Q Q1 NOQP O VOUE22. .ALEXANDRIA; LOUISIANA, WEDNESD)AYMAIR)II 6, 18674 $1} I. nninn.- - ; . . . . I n . . 4. . . . • - .: .~~, •41~~-~ t1ns DPtonat Is published weekly, at tlt tuoi,.ns per annntrn TnhRe for six ionths, payable in advance. No subscrip tion takes for a less period than' six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at -the rate of $1 50 PER SQUArB for the first insertion and 75 Csrrs 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 advertisements. Personal cards, when admissille, charged double the usual advertisements. A New York letter to a Western paper ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 March 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNTESDA.Y MARCH .......................6, 1867. CaP 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 see us. The Foreign Reviews. Our thanks are due the Leonard Scott Publishing Company, New York, for late numbers of the Westminster IReview and Blackwood's Magazine. 'These two numbers are exceedingly in teresting. The leading articles display the vigor and learning for which these ancient periodicals have ever been dis -inguished, and form a striking con trast to the worthless magazine litera ture of America. This enterpriging Company deserve the thanks of the reading public for its successful efforts to furnish the foreign reviews at such a cheap rate. No table should be with out them. La Cause Perdue . We are pleased to learn ...

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