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

Grand Intellectual Exhibiton of the Progressive Miscegenating Rad icals To Take Place in Washington, D. C., on March ist. PROGRAMME OF PERFORMANCES. [From the Metropolitan Record.] The performance will commence with a short address by Wendell Phillips, explanatory of the object of the exhibi tion, who will then introduce Mr. T. Stevens, who will appear as the Prac tical Mliseegenist, and give his experi eace in the role, concluding with a bharp address called "Follow your leader." Mr. Cameron, by special re onuest of Mr. Stevens, will read a care tolly-prepared paper on bribery and corruption, or how to buy a State Leg islatnre, Mr. Fesseladen will -read an article entitled " The High-Tariff Free Trader," in which he will prove that a high tariff and free trade are both esa sential to the protection of New Eng. land manufactures-free trade in coal and a high tariff on their productions. This is a masterly production. Mr. Sumnert will appear as the "Political Old Sailor," and exhibit...

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. — 6 March 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. hIAs WA , f7?B1 ING, Etc. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale 'dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand Railroad supplies. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1806 ly )HOOLE38AZE FISHi .tCf8. S D. bMOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas " street. Special attention given' to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 18661y JBE)rER r F PAANCF GOOD8. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of A Hyde & Goodrich) established in Now Orleans 50 years. Mbanfacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 2 1866 ly G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G In Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair tor best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker PO UAYIES. EEDS' FOUNDR , corner D on and Foucher streets, Manufacturer Ste.an Engines, Boilers, sugar Mills,...

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

.B. R .: IOSS .A T] i R <<. BIOSSA ] . .THE W O)R tn IS CGOVE2~LqnflTOO M U )OE ý £ZTý~ ~ , .I'I~ VOLU 22.22 ALEXANDRIIA, LUSAA ME AC ; 3 , A. 1L V1. eI IL. ., , . THE DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at Firs DOLLARS per annumi, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUVARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTs for each subsequent one. Eight Hues or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ....................300 00 Half columa................... 175 00 third of colama ................ 130 00 Pouirt.h od mn ............. 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 admissible,charged double the usual advertisements. The Stavelesa BarreL Mayo's patent staveless barrel ...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WETIXNESDA' MARCH....................13, $367. Loss of the Texas. We regret to record the loss of this favorite Steamer, so well known in Confederate time4 as the never failibtg and regular weekly packet, between this point and Shreveport. Captain John Amasde6,ywhq i5 tSpo~ted among the lost, was oie of the oldest steam boatmen o,.tLa 4iver,.and one .of.t best, obliging and efficientelerks in this trade. We have known him intimate ly since. 8, have been d0, the most friendly intercouse with him from that day, ndan truthfully and sincerely attest to his good character, unsullied honor and purity of conduct as a man. He will long be remembered, and his loss sincerely mourned by his old friends and associates in Alexandria and Rapides. Peae and rest to his soul ! The following statement has been kindly farnished us by one of the pas sengerst The steamer Texas, Capt. Chas. Stinde, left New Orleans, on Wednes day evening 6th March about 6 o'clock P. M., for Jefferson, ...

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

ggro Government in th South The End of Freedom in e North, Only the laws, of Draco were written is blood, and they governed Athens for, huAdreds of years, well and wisely.- Bagm'n was convulsed for ages with Eivil wars,, private murders, usurpa tions and wrongs, while the luminous sad transparent code of Justinian was in full force in law. Paris smoked with blmneless blood under decrees couched .in lofty and gentle phraseolo gy. How does tle law read is for the lawyer; bitt what, is it made fort is a question for thle people. By many the 0stonishing measure for the dissolution of society in the South which has beeii offered to the President for approval by, the two Houses of Con gress is declared to be unaccountable as a fact, except upon the hypothesis that the zealous partisans, through whose urgency it has pus sil; fearing a popular reaction in the Ntjrtl and West unfavorable to their personal ajid party ascendency, have recourse to this stu pendons innovation as an expedient ...

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

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. lait) 31f 'Ri 2J EL LING, Etc. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad snpprles. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitoulas * street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese'and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly J.E' NZ f-d FA.Cr GOO68. A R. GRISWOLD & CO., (old Ann of * Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Mannfacturers and Importers of Watches. Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRIRlIG, 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, dee 128066 ly Watchmaker FO LrFSWIP1 S. LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Foncher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills Cott...

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

R 1 II gI Iu. Z,- OIOSSATTI ýrO O VOLUME 22. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARC 20,167 N BE 9 . I .. ., .. . . , .09 TE jI S: Tuz DEMocrAT is published weekly, at FivE DouLLAs per annum, THREE for six .months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 Czrrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol Jowing 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, marrmages, public meet nigs, cards of thanks, etc,, to be paid for as advertisements. Personal cards, when admissible,charged double the usual advertisements. Alexan~ria Advertisements, . SHERIFF'S SALE. s Jesse A. Bynum c vs. I No. 23-District e Mrs. El...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA: * WEDN ESDAY MARCH ......................20, 1867. i" We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running aver six months into a new year's subscription of the DEsM 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. ll" The weather, the past week, has certainly tried itself. We have had rain, snow, sleet, ice and every variation of wind, temparature and tide that evorvisited any portion of the habitable globe the same length of time. The gardens, the fruit and corn have been destroyed effeetually and without redemption. Even the grass that was springing ep profusely everywhere has much suffered, thus causing great havoc among cattle. In short the damage caused by the severe freeze of Wednesday and Thursday has been serious and of the great est detriment to our people. But,, with renewed energy and good will, they have conu.enced ane...

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

. 'fE MILITARY B ,1 PRESIDE'1TS VETO. The following is the message of the president of the United States, retuirn ing to the House of Representatives a bill entitled an act to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States: To the Hfouse of RepCre.Cehatief s I have examined the bill to ifotoide for the more efficient goverhtiiit of the rebel States with care and anxietyf which its transcendent importance is calculated to awaken. 'I ami uhable to give it my assent, for reasots so grave that I hope a statement of thehi may have some influence on the minds of the patriotic and enlightened, with whom' the decision rnitst ultimately rest. The bill places all the people of telt States therein named under the absolute dom ination of military rulers, and the pre amblc undertakes to give reasons upon which it is justified. It declares that there exists in those States no legal government and adequate protection to life and property, and asserts the neces sity of enforcing peac...

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

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. IZIA. rI WirE, DEL 7ING, Etc. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand Railroad supples. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1861 ly WVHZOLS.'ALE FISH. .WC'8. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 TehoupitoUlas " street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly J.EtWZEAr FAKNCT GOOi)8S. A. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of SHyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Imlorters of Wutches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair 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, de 12 1866 ly Watchmaker FO  J1NEIEA, LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines,.Boilers, Sugar Mil...

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

E. R. BIOSSAT1 ------------- . BIOSSAT TIE WORLD IS GOV ED TOO . [EDITOR AND PROPRIETOI' VOLUME 22.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARC 2718 NU R 40 III II I II - - T "E 1:, VI S : Tus DEMocnAT is published weekly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, T'nIRE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADV.RTISMEaxuTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 Casvrs 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, marnages, public meet ags, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. Personal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. Alexandria Advertisements. J. GO...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNESDAY MARCH..................... 27, 1867. WP We would earnestly amintd a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over six months into a new year's subscription of the DEM OCAr, and have so far faled or for gotten to call at the office and plank down tie d~iig~b. All suek we hope will take the gtntl6 hint and come and The Arbiter in Constitutional Ques tions We believe that the people of the South have about given up ll isope of relief from their present troubles by an pppeal to the Supreme Court of the United States. If the question of the Constitutionality of the present Acts of Congress for the benefit of the Southern States, should be brou~ht before that tribunal, there can be no doubt as to 1 what the decision of the Court would 1 be. But there is just as little doubt ' that the Radical jacobins wpuld.p~y no atttion Cto the. decision,.and if need be, would modify the Court so as to I make it subservient to their will.--' Bence it is that the C...

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

ThE MILITARY BILL, opinion of Another Distinguished Son of the South. iTER OF HON. WM. YERGlO. JACKSON, MARCH 11, 18670 g~rss. John W. Robinson, Wm. H. Allen, Thomas E. Helm, and others: Gentlemen--I have just received yoilr communication of the 8th inst., ad dressed to myself and others, request ing "an expression of our opinions as to the Wisest course to be pursued" in view of the heavy responsibilities rest ing upon the Southern people, since the nassage of the act of Congress estab 'lihing military governments overthem. It would be presumptuous iii ine to indicate any as the wisest course to be taken, in the present condition of af fairs, yet as my all is involved in the issue, I feel that when called upon to speak, I have no right to withhold from my old friends and neighbors a candid expression of my opinions. The question should be decided by our reason. It is too vital in its char acter to be determined under the infin ence of passion or to be controlled by the dictates of ...

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

ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. RI f) H'.41l?, !ll/ , IX(G, Ele. OSTICK & SEYMOU R, 3a Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, lHardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and ,Railroad supplies. Agents for Now York kilting and Packing Co. nov 28 186t ly S. D. MOODY & CO., 67I T'ilobpitoulas S street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish,- Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 18I6ly JEbTH'/LR17 Pt" NCP 4O. A . ORISWOLI) & CO., (old firm of A llyde & (GNsIrich) established in New Orleans Sf0years. Manufactnrers and Imlporters of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cuntlery, GaltIs and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRUNtO, Artist in Hair and dealer . in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Wlatches re paired and warranted. A. REIMANN, dec 1 IS6O ly Watchmaker L" EEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and - Foncher streets, Manfallfctrer Steam Engines, Boilcrs, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills, Cotton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1867

S... ......*... . .... l -- l l l n nl---- ---nnuumn Inu II Inm-Mg gagn g un., .. SIOAT T WOIRLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. ,eDITOR ANrT P2OP:' V-OI?-LUE2.ALXt{,LUSNW NSA- BIOSSLT]3, 1 VOLUME 22.I ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 1867 NuMB ?St f. I N.w Ynrvr A naraam a I mTA ' g o.u I - - TE RMS I :E S Tim DEMOCRn T is published weekly, at Firs DOLLARS per annum, TREnZs for six alonths, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVEP.TISrsMETS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQ(UA.E for the first insertion and 75 CENTS 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 ags, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as ad...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNESDAY APRIL............. ..........3, 287. W We would earnestly Tmind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over six months into a new year's subscription of the DEM.I 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 ee us.& .. - EASTER SUNDAY--CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass of Demonti for two soprnoa, to I which a base has been added by the Rev. J. P. .ller; seven sopranos, four altos, four bases, with organ and full orchebtra. Office to begin at B o'clock. gale of the pews after Church. COLLECTION.-The olject of the collec tion is to raise the amount necessary to rebuild the fence in front of the Church, Presbytery and Convent; this fence having been destroyed by the last overflow. April 3, 1867-3t. J. P. BELLIER. t Bishop Wihner wilt ifreach and mlainiiter the rite of 'Confiumation at 1 'heneyville to-morrow and at Alexan. dria on Sunday next. -€ T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1867

8 National Intelligencer Licks. ,-We do not intend to dignify petty assaults, engendered by veriest parti anuship, at a time, too, when the coun try invites to liberal vi'ws and an en larged charity, by entering into an Mrgament upon the frivolous grounds irged yesterday against admitting a Mjaryland Senator elect to his seat. We may remark, however, el pas ant, that it is a new phase in Radical ism to so exalt the administration of James Buchanan as to make the mere leaving of his Cabinet, or condeumna tion of his policy, aprimnafaeie evidence of treason to the nation or the Consti tution. The occasion of the resigna tion of General Cass was proof positive to the Radicals that Mr. Buchanan's administration was false to its highi duty of executing the laws. ChiefJus tice Chase was for letting the South go, as was Horace Greeley. Mr. Sher otan unquestionably knows this. In other words, they were not for coercing the South. To bring it down to a case in point, they *ere not for enfore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1867

iNEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. I .(/l'/ 7I/11:1 ''/U 'l ? /N , Ac. BOSTICK & SEYMO SR, I 8 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Ilatrud ware, Shitp Chandlery, Steamboautand hRailroad supplies. Agents fir New York Ih'lting and Pac'king Co. nov LW Ifits6 ly 11 YIOJ/?.'4'i J' iIJ'lI .11(1.Y S ) . MOODY & CO., i7 'rehp;;;itoulas s street. Special att;ention given to s*elling Mackerel, Codfish, Ierring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. niov 2$ i66 Jly JAI'l L' f'I'd FA',. 1' C. ooI.00 P. B. . (ISWOLD & CO., (old firm oft S"* lyde & Goodrich) estalished in R.w Orl'eans 5fl years. M:unt:latnrrs anld Importers of Watches,.heweh'y, Silverware, i Eutler.r, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and RIoyal streets. . nov 28 1866 ly T BRI'NIG, Artist in Hair and dealer * in Watchels and 'Jewelry, No. 118 (;anal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best flair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEM ANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker 1O ( V'I)/I'W. LEEDS' FOUNI)DRY, corner Delord ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1867

.... ... -- - ----:'- I--:._ ..... . ... - ...ii, , I ISHII. lLL IIIlIII|, I|II~LPkll! r J ItglK I~i lgCiI:,L~~l~~i  _/P I .B Iijl~l, |,| __,j~Sij_+i "I+ ..rmi . IJI'~*~i~S Il dI EBJ.E?. --IO SAT ":" : i • . j, e E. -. BLOSS.AT TIE WORLD IS GO-vERITNED TOO U .vQI .iifITo ITD PROP IRETO" VOLUME 22. ! ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, APIIL 10, 1867. ,l NUMI3ER 4i1. - - . ... . . .. . . . . . I , I mll +. l lll l l'l IM -'l ll u_ I g aggig I lM 5 ", ' I MF": sin as ai . . t , . . " T El RMS: THE DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at Five DOLLAns per annum, THREE for six inonths, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six moithli. S° ijnsiI d at the rate of ortt'he first insertion and 75 CENTs for each sulbequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ....................$8300 00 Ilalf eolumn.................... 175 00 Third of colum ............... 130 00 Fourth of column ......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDN~ESDAY' APRIL .......................10,1867. EASTER SUNDAY--CATJOLC CHURCH, Mass of Demointi for to (6p~iso, to which a base has been 'tilel by thneRev. J. P. Boilier; seven gcpanos, four altos, four bases, with organ nil fTll orchestra. Olfice4o begin at 9 o'clock. Sale of the pews after Ch'urt.b COLLECTION.--The oojcee of the collec tion is to raise the amount necesseary to rebuild the fence in front of the Church, Presbytery and Convent; this fence having been destroyed by the last overflow. April 3, 1867-3t. J. P. BELLIER. The Russian Possessions. The telegraph informs us that the United States government has pur chased all the Russian possessions in America for the sum of seven of dollars. The same well very reliable authority important information that aluable part of the new pur" a small strip of land extending to 54 deg. 40 min. and almost ex cludes the British possessions from the Pacific Coast. Now, it cannot be for gotten that, in the settlement of ...

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