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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 9 August 1871

Im ad learn P ekard, a United 8tates Marshal, and President of the Central Committee, is just the man to revel in disealsions. He is always on the wing, and fly-blows *e*ýfilag he toqobeg. Like the Eý' Ly, he is alwayas prepared to deposit a maggot whereverine lights. He is a eha* of Sowell and- Casey, and is fighting against Gov. War moth and the Republican party, in favor of the Democracy, because Lowell and C tsey are doing like wise. We ask members of the Bepulli can party if they are willing to unite -- tlesneslvea with Casey, Lowell, and Packard, in their hitter, venomous, personal ,wsr ol .Governor Wlar- - anotlh, and in their efforts to disrupt the Republli'ean party at all hazards, if posmille ? Are they willing to so distract their party as to insure its overthrow in 1872, and plte the Democrat. in power ? Are they v willing to be led about by the nose I by the soft-headeld C'aseNy, of the I fly-blowing Patkard, or the nmai truant Lowell : We think not. At any rate, let th...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 9 August 1871

r(7oix !rzasox rtU r pARLE the ci That he mayor and city coUicil, fines and their duly elected and qualified shall suooessors in office, shall have per- Pouf petnsl suecession; that they shall te-pa be capable of instituting and defend- sale : ing suite in all the courts of this da State under the title of "The Mayor psts and City Council of Monroe," and T that citation and other legal process SPP canal shall be served on the mayor. Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, etc., vagil That the mayor and city council shall have full power and authority ordi0 to make and pass such laws and or- tionM dinancee as are necessary and pro- wore govE First-To regulate and preserve the peace and good order of the 'mnt city, sad provide for and maintain or e its cleanliness and salubrity in a on manner not inconsistent with the wo r laws. Second-To adopt and use a corn and mon seal. Third-Top chase hold, con- ' vey and alienate any estate, real or Pe personal; to accept any gift, grant at inheritance of...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 August 1871

ke ff -WftI-ttstauwi. "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY AUGUST I, 1871. NUlBER 68. L(l I1t 1ýL4IAN, OWNED,'S LE1 v.C£ "D MANAGED BY COl.O i;1 \iF 1 I'UBT.TSHED EVERY ,clp `l> AMt) SU'NDAY MORN- V Ni ll ~N4 I.. -* II. S PN('HB~t ACK~, JRi(I ($ ) I I` 31.t i(~ 14 11,U NI.' 11 *~ii 1- 1a 1udl ti1~ iThei. mc iuifori3. aI. I~ ii. 11 II ( ti. i ".iuu igeivint l 111(r- I I.I t~I- t thioi I. ileell .\NH , I 1 t n t .1 lI:" k 1"-- at w l1( 1iuhaMi ( t Vi I '1.41it (11 1i1414inh4~ u 1ig II '"1,' I iitt a ",t1i 11 striug t.'i unaike * I It i I,I II 't.ia'n i th tleio l r , I ,t , .Il l . n I II tht: 11(1 .tinform 14.i~ii~t IhiII'IIIr:g1"i444i4444 (011of ,y ! I Il I. i It iltx1 4114 1(1twee in \ii II I tehll 1:4 k (I f aii~ th rn( tova u I P. t IIII 1 I nI ltihiit' osei might I: IIý-I . \\(t X1i:111 riigi i'il to iiee k f Il'I I\ \N44 Ill. ,itIrl, III4- ilh~ll thw 41514 I I I I I 'ItI, hi l jIi:( t1 f i l e u I/ l r i s -~ * ,," 1...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 August 1871

Publis&Pd T hlur elays a'id S'undrag.. thai -- - Re1 Orrvcs 114 C*sooaiD r 5afrT, sen Nnw ORaxuLW L t. Cit *n. U. IOWN, Editor and Pabllshert eled P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. Ita11 the OUR AGENTS. an spe MISSISSIPPI : - Danidl E. Young. mi Greenville. thi LOUISIANA -John A. Wathington, the Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. en, Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Stetrstt, ' Shreveport, A. C. Ruth. Carroll Parish. ! str DISTRICT OF COLUMBIAt Jawes Ca A. D.Green, Washington City. tin ILLINOIS :- Lewin B. White. hi:ago. KENTUCKY: r. R. A Ure.e. Lnuis- ed idle. on ---- at wi .to th OUR C(HIOT F Fel PREsITlET 7 172 U. S.' GRANT. h5 SUNDAY, AUG 13. 1571. ar Ma. GEO. E. Pmus is our special it agent, and is authonzevl to solicit' subscriptions and recei C p:yment T of bills. - THE CUSTOMHOUSE CON. VENTION With a desire to know what was going ou,aud to be found in the dis charge of a duty we repaired ,to the; le Customhouse and called at the ot- tle flee designated for the issue of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 August 1871

it It t'. 1Iito ('leapta sans 1.,iri"' u i4 hit, cictractort..we 1, ! ", ti'rtC!tl to gise iU1.O!'f thali a i l~a t11 the Gov'ernor's addreas, u tocd with load ai.ppauge. l.-enoral Huusaker, "the (1! 1 t. L.J.uas,' wae then E s^'d that therea was p....F.' epublican party. ,1 th L)oiters4 was con- I 1. I'tte pe."(,le', and if (ten. (..4 ii:' tl ('nstoiuhouiie party .,~t1t~ ' waii the liberties i,",,! he ,\xeuld join in hurl t~1 ir.).) P1o'i'. But he had i. . (i"tl1 Giant, that he t1 1) roi':k up a eon !, ",tit; .l'Ilile by ineahli of Iiii ()1iL' fA\IA.1 t 4 l ..rI " i (f the eoil S :i.. State', his at-' ,',, t I"' 1 i4it'e4 "s and editoriatl Ii4 _ ff14 441S fi4& 44id, (' lle - I 1~1410 11 1I S4&( nl a lII ". 11 I. b, 114$' 1 14.4 1 (l ,0t1 ' i, 4'lnit ,tluit iI'OIiti ge :t, h4.11 Iil' u."rt'1t si- tand \.S'S 4. Sl'.1 II Mas that1 ! te !!1 ' l~ .llleI i1111 of a1 - I'.. p li ! ' 4¾?:( 14ii,ite.'f'e is «well t .i~~ InI I t'' the ,.l,s,. r,(I( ' l ,! l':t It 1' 1 il fil \ 1. . 4...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 August 1871

FOC'mwmD zRou rrsr PAGL1 vent 1l t Feliciana-L J. Perry. opp We Fehicana-Henry Perkins, of L non A. A, Miligan. Pro Richland-W. T. Oliver. to t o snot First . Ward-Thomas Isabelle. if I J. P. Murphy. SecondWard-H. C. Dibble, C. ,hi F. Glandin. bac Third Ward-P. CrenglfA. Cart- dot wright, A. W. Smyth, Joseph John- win son. hoc Fourth Ward-P. B. S. Pinch- has back. ` his Fifth Ward-E. Aleix, P. Mon taine, Henry Reis. a c Sixth Ward-H. J. Campbell. -I Seventh Ward-H. L. Rey, W. J. St Maore, P. Griffin Eighth Ward-E. V. Leclere. ha Ninth Ward-Henry Chenau, D. in Douglas. Tents Ward-H. C. Warmath, E. P. Ducloslange. at Eleventh,Ward-F. J. Herron, r, Ed, Williams. ch Twelfth Ward-W. G. McCon nell. mu Thirteenth Ward-C. B. Augus tus. Iof Fourteenth Ward--W. R. Fish. , c Fifteenth Ward-A. Jackson, C. se P. Ames, David Mason. I TI The committee on permanent or- to ganization reported the names of al the following gentlemen as officers: at President-- P. B. S. Pinchback. ni Vice pr.sidents -...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 August 1871

S"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW 4L1AN8 LOUISIANA, THVE*DAY, AUGUST 17, 1871. NuMMtR - TIIE L(IU 'lSI AAN, OWNEID,-l\ EDITED AND MT.LNAGED BY COLOR i. M I:iN, 1i PUTBLISHF.D EVERY i-lltb1y AND SiUNDAY MORN 1,, .. 1 II(' IONDELET STREET ?,I\ i H',l.F\\·I 1-. ý- .P--RI - I -O-asi. i1 t. -, iA' 1'1iHl'K, O(rIhLWI I \ l'c 1 \'. 4'.Alo . t1"t (.. HR(OWN,---Editor. i'\ I' s. I'I('HB A '(.'K, .ilcrn.rger. 1 1. ", 1-f $5; I 1 >: lili I1 I )SI 'ECTUS The Louisianian. I t , f l, , . ot\,r t1 stilli'h li anotl er th, I ' 1 ' 1.1., iO'f t1heI Loli' Al.41AlN. ~ 1,, .... . l,,till .1 In,',c '.s itV \4h ihh htla 1", , I ,,l"" . .:1,1 ..,,I,. t inn .-, p:finfnlly ;, i t". , I II l, th iur Miti1,on state I l, i'  , ir strugglilgffltorts j .... ll. : lih.t oi Lsitilon ill the oldy , i hh'L \t'e nivi i e'u I t'4 141 their aI,-,,1. -1id:t I'. 4- I ulllllrngl'lli'm lt. . . . I . ii r ir . h iv e llt i l,:t, ill ,,,",- i ,II, t ,", ,,I Ih11. I ctk (,f it Illli...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 August 1871

- A , In a called a Published T hurdauys acrd Sunduys. by whic ; double Orrxo 114 C.RoDELK s rxET, !part, - Nuw ORLEA.s L.- ra1 Gra ' Packar *a. 1. 3It51, ldier sad Pablier,. the Pri P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. 'his aut --% , I~ - this sa' OUR AGENTS. ing dn gates, YMI8IUIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, States LOUISIANA : -John A. Washington, of Uni Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. We Y. Kelso, Alemandria; Antoine & Sterrett, a mo Sbteveport, A. C. Rnth, Carroll Parish. the C, DIfIU=CT OF COLUMBL :- James st A. D.Gieln, Washington City.ti ILLINOIB :--Lewis B. White. Chicago. Grant K~NTUCKY: -I)r. I. A. Green, Louis- State ville. tion --. ---- . of 18i iug tc attitu 'dent, P Turn OUR CHOICE Fo0 I'RE IDENT, 1872: gust: U. S. GRANT. ;the up t, can 1 'T UR.SDAY AUG. 17, 1871. the r If th on t] MR. GEO. E. Panrs is our special Inmust agent, and is authorized to solicit his subscriptions and receive paytment Who of bill. th(Lt -- ------ - that "Tas GRAND ERa"' of Aug. 12,(sce (A i e...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 August 1871

,,lie0% continue uniaterrupted, we .rt' likely to have our number of fic" .hools doublSe. Whatever "lY, be said of other departments ,t the State goverunmeB t we are 1LA',e90 tonnote that nothitg elleg tJ t, the detrimeut of the eduoi t1!.l L,b2" . s except perhaps, in one or tW instancer, where the division ,. i;iten,lents care more for sub ,. ,tin- tIhioiselves to prejudice t. lnuty.- -Repuli'o. TIlt IRISH RPUBLICANS. .\. ctiled aoeting of the Phil. i r.,1, hi Repubhcan Club, held ,11., ,1, 1,h '"'s I sititute. on Moi n ,, ,. Aaiuqt 14. 1871, Presi ,i, ,1 ' (i, , !14h in the chair, the fidl . _, 1, w,! were adopted; "• ·... .x. It ;'; cltir n d by the (-no ,- i iplt's ot relpubiean , t h.it t : 1" i ' t i l o , e t ' r r ot e t ., c o o n ' i'''niblinag of tilw , 4,., . f,,,., hi, , the I.p-i ldienu .. i;.i t4v of a lernmanent t,2 ii l .2~"I,,, al in ;i endling down \{" '" 1 -.Th' ,,nlv f,,un .td tion for S i.. ,l , ii  tilt, fact that the .1, ( t.lad E eri,ltiv uc ('t inait •...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 August 1871

M~M MU FUOK srsa :AE61 ei (gge levying sand collecting of of .pch taxes and licenses. S11 See. 26. Be it further enacted, etc., P 'It all the laws and ordinanoe of sli tl.ts ayor and City Council shall ce have eect two days after publics- is1 tf Imn a newupaper, or after cer tifed copies of them are posted at three public places in the city. la Sec. 27. Be it farther enacted, etc., hi TWA no inconvenience n arise g' in the administration of the affairs of the city of Monroe in consequence si of a failure or neglect to elect the 11 municipal officers thereof, it is here- st by declared that all officers elected t1 under this act shall iemain in office S until their successors are duly elect-' V' ed and qualified. See. 28. Re it further enacted, etc., SThat this act shall take effect from g and after its passage, and the offi cers elected under the same shall 1 hold their offices until the first Mon- 3 day of May, A. ID 1872, or until r their successors shall have been duly elected a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 20 August 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY AUGUST 20, 1871. NUMBER To. .. U Ml 70. zirT'HE LUoCTSIANIAN, OWNED,'ff kAA[I'ED AND.MANAGED BY COLOR Ejj MEN. 1i PUBLISHED EVERY HL"H-;l)1\ AND SUNDAY MORN MON -1l" 114 ('ARONDELET STRFEET `1114I 1t.}:1`a% L.A. vj4~ OpRIB7R'Ox:Lm.1 1; :,- I'IiN'HRBWI . ORaI.F:kN. *, \ F4)rNE, ('nnDo. SKELSSO. R(Pw1i' . BR,,.(.~OW N,--- Editor. p. it, s. PI CHBACAC'K :11(u D.(Eger. SC. twll t .,. 1 \ .W. - I A) I., 1'. The LouisiakiaL ,Ii,. "111 ., i.'t \, bi't i4.t 1.... i1 Ntl Anl j,1~1.11. t 'I ý . l t111" Lail i-.vr Nimnk , 1,,~j,,, I.' Ill '( . l '. t 1111 ) "(I ll ii 14 I ý, U I^1t_ ' 11.11 t (I\.,,"tlI(A ' jl ll '(llfIIIS' , tIi ll tit- tra losttio14 441 'Ath. 1L.trk of : t'iý1t I i, i. It l ~ II . 1 i' . I 4'lPiV4 thtl-4 to mak e Ilu, . III I' l n c,1jt c J* that rrrl nl cll inf " 1~111 11, i. tII.It tn(",', e~l 'tnhI'li_ eillt'ilt. t " I · I .I '" 4I.'Sfi4t4'4'.ha 4}iwe ll tos lt.il t1 t, ul~ltk ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 20 August 1871

This Pub6aked Thursdays sad Sunday. tory OncIE 114 C~nosonET srntr, b NEW Oitnixrs LL amt al. , BIOWN, Editor and Pnblishbr.* rep P. B. 8. PINCHBACK, Manager. ('on ------~** i fron OUR AGENTS. ;d MISSISSIPPI : Daniel E. Young, ovel Greenville. slid LOUISIANA :-John A. Washingtonu, Black Hawk, Coneordia Parish: lion. (. war TY Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, wit] Shreveport, A. C. Ruth. Carroll Parish. Pui DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :--James an A. D.Oreen. Washington City. ILLINOIS : Leu%, B. White, Chicago out KENTUCKY- Dr. R. A.1 Grcu. Louis- fici ville. the ..... tur pre An pal OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: wil U. S. GRANT. nr SUNDAY, AUG20. 1871. err . . . ne Ms. GEo. E. Pitys is our. specialto agent, and is authoriz.*.l to solicit con subscriptions and receive payment of bills. tri 1 "An editorial paragraph in our dc last issue contained several allusions to Speaker Carter's connection with m and profits from a $7000 printing se contract given to the Cameron Times. We h...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 20 August 1871

(i,," f sicnding their ehildlrn to a i :,., ' Iubli" suhool. It rei tIe rs the .re fa: r more contented to know Ih:.t his children are fitting them i.h, for the advanced positions of hfe -Laourc]whe Timit'. T1Rawy oFROM Brc1fr.-- Two Le:ftn,, Killed.-Between six or -rnu o'clock last evening Leon Ber ,1d Jacob Schultze were driving' n ::Old Levee street in a double ;,,U:. when a locomotive began to . ,ff steam. which frightened :l h,rsn; o badly that they ran :,, ti~owiug both gentlemen to .;,e gound with great violence. Mfr. kcr died in a few minutes and ,,tp.n chiiltze was so seriously !,it.d that he died in about two ,ou ater. Mr. Ber resided at Uli o i Greatmen and Spain t ,.t, ,i klpt a grocery in the ! W,1j-.. . Captain Schultze at 1 C.: m,, . lluainded the tugboat , ... :. ,: lived near Mr. Ber. 1 \,-,int. -On a certain , ,n.ted infidel borrowed , :,moeVy ironu the late Dr. I, t.hr,. (t \\est splingfield, Mass. -i en h.t came to pay it, he thought tr. p1,.." the ,l,,ct'r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 20 August 1871

pot is paid to the national Consti tubon, or the laws made in pursu Sance ereof. Look to the State of Kentucky, where the provisions of the Civil Rights Bill are eoqlly set at nought, where, except in a few localities, education is denied to the colored people, where the Ku Klua murder men in the streets of. her capital and are disechrged, where government agents are driv en from their work by armed mobs which the local authorities refuse to control. Look to Tenhesee, where in an evil hour owing to the Repub lican dissensions that party has come into power, and instantly school-houses for the education of the poor are closed, and school teachers disappear. The resolutions of the Democrat ic platform adopted at Columbus, on the 2d of June last, hint at the doctrine of the sovereignity of the States as strongly as they dare in this region, for you can drive a Democrat from any' doctrine of his party but this. 'u can drive him from a worship of the foreign vote to Know-Nothiugism, you...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 August 1871

RE.PUBLICAS AT ALL TIMES, sAND UNR~I ALL CIRCUMS7fANTCES." 'OLLAE 1.' NEWORLEANS LOVIsIAN4, THIU*UDAY, AVGtFT *4, 1871. NLr'qt, -7a HL(IldL IANOW ED .-S POETRY. - Jr~a: L4 crhLL i1.4 OWNED,-Z LD.TDOr .tLD M.KAGCD BY CIOLQA " :liL~i. TS PCBLISRUW E£ RY rTrRSD tY AND SC-DAY MORN. ItiGS AT 114 C.1RON'iºELET STREET avw ORlE tŽa L.t. pR 03PRll~jujr~wlp ir L r' L '. PINC'HBACK, CRLi.! . E.. OPINVE. C-tDLLu, ýiEu 1'. 1ELSO, I:sI1L.4. w. j~ (. 6BROWVN,--Ed53t. I rs tt q. PI! CHBAC K, ,.Y 1..N ., . .. y rwn \ 11 Ill L"i. " I lwa t . .i llihl4 z. ,~ i.'.u"l Ali.t ewhih h~ltas u :1,:.1 t~""l a1 til; .4 )'... 1.4 14 h.ir .t l",ý ntfl . ' 444eC.1t~1(,l4 lat 1 ý, i ý, -I~" . I 4ti( i j 4 1" 4(11 41n4 ,t' Ii Poti ;i t I .... ,,: N. ..1t. L I' % t L." !..olI 11·1 ~'·· :· (~~t ti!tt am-'h~~ inf~ir .r t. 4 I 104 1. .",1 " , r " , . " (llr h i ckk it. ] ei-iuniu i.. lonp an .r 1} 1i.1ll !,ti iv(' in nln· k I ii ,( , f .^, 4 1jht,"lIt " , fý8f ..t str ki1.nd ~.".. ,t.fwl,'r . whe ai, lre l~ u tIig1tVj ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 August 1871

Published Th uradayu cld ."',Nad g33 ph Orrice 114 CAno.-,rsrr sgnrr, P Nrw Oai.tYs L4. so of Ur. S. OW~ l, ditor and PNblWcr, P. B. 8 PINCHBACK, Manager. su OT.R AGENTS !pl t ar " MuStLamiPI Din:- io1. E Yorug, t LOWUISINAN :--Tohn A. Wahingtn, ior SBlack Hawk, Concordia 16rish: thn. Gi. y. Kelio, Alrndria; Antaine A Sterrett. G threveport. A. C. Ruth. Carroll FYai. i.. DISTRTCT OF COLiMBIA :- -Jameý A. D.reen. Wa~shingtou City. ILflOIS :-- -Lwis B. Wh t~. Chig';. a KENTUCKY --Dr R A\. G're;n. Loui.- p: Svile. is a+ tU'R cIOlr' FOR PPESIDENT, 1a72: S U. S. GRANT. THUIRSDAY A.O'UST 24, 1871. - - - --- ' I- -; Ma. GEo. E. P.nia; is our speciali agent, and is authorized to solicit! subscriptions and receiv" payment of bills. b" The Coammi:sioners of the New Orleans Park have appoint&l Mr. Joseph H. Perkins Keeper of the City Park. eRatilroads and information go hand in hand. Lonisiana has begun to receive St. Louis dailies! the same day they are published, ovr the railroad from ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 August 1871

1 l'('ýilc~ nt 'f tOw (oiltnejL 1!,t Bni;'u qucestion pIir oc-d dut 4* ,;- t rift of office at CohIataLut soIucc .f inqunictude. T4l ,)ihaUoe of uariliali o1n Romiae had caw,1e Framnre to violate the Convention of 4.tie'ul,"r 15, 15G7, and sewdtrpops hAnsi uim. Gen. Menebrea deap. 1 ,cd ci Ggribaldi's movnment, ewa proceedings com I; n1 z inlt him, but he after ~ ri ;:,,l '.s(d a n iote to the Frenclli tot, viit protesting againsl the, ,i!,tc' n:.cc of tho Pope's temporal ,"-r, and subsequently offered- -4 ,.,V to'e Conventtion, if the French 4;Cr.r; ( t~l.hrcn. ill ccons',eueurr tllh e'-np!ieatioa1s Arising out of .!:, T,' . .kered his resignation, 1 ,,. t!tltl% reinstated in II ."dc'b)jtlnt more ulnitcd I,,,L"1tN" i to hit policy. He re *,,,;i "I n odli~ untilJ W9, wihen he, IdSPATCHES, i '1 :SS MF TINO Till R6 0* - 5trhU:tIAN STATE CMNVLNTIOIE I00RUO (1 - l,(d l1~ANI[ IN (a - , Au;;. 21. H7l flown the jtes~dt'iit (f Par rb k'upuhti'rn iF ecutivo e :" Cx aitin, tlh Republi l r.h;-...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 August 1871

't 'b "kalg or clstody of goods, wares- 1 .chaud., or other property e - eia# !y'q t "tored v ithit; and is : ' aso auth6~sed tn" make advance t '~  alR wares, muirchandise, t or other property reoeivo.1 ly or I 'std* with it. or upon any btl of . ..ling, storekeeper's or inspector's certificate, order for delivery dci~ goods, or other document showi,;g' possession, or the right thereto;, upan anch terms as may be lawfully agreed upon by the citizens of this Ske,uaeept M said corporation .aU geerge not to exceed one per cent per month on nall moneys ad vaneed by them in the usual course1 of its businieae and it is also au-I thorized to charge such cmmissions acd to make such other charges as , .. are usual and customary; and it is' hereby enacted that all such charges, expenses, advanes, and commis sions and interest shall be a lien onil the said goods, wares, merchbndise, I bills of lading, stere-keeper's or in spector's certifcates, orders for the delivery of goods, or other do...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 27 August 1871

"REIBUICAN AT ALL TIMES, A m.~JDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1*. N3W lLZANS LOUIsIANA, *n*DAY AiUUST S7, Istl. * NUMUr '7. r~- fIlE LOtCTSIANIAN, OWNED,,-;ie EDITED \ND MANAGED BY COLOR. ED Tr'-. IS PUBLISHED EVERY 1HCiRa.;i AND SUNDAY MORN. I-;S A.T 114 CARONDELET STREET ;it oft.F.1'\S L. ,' ,f L L * PINCHBACE. Our ste., . C kTOfNE, CtrDo, SKiELSO. ItH4emr. a, ti. BROWN,---Editor. -----t p . P$.P JIN(')IBA('K, Manager. 3 00 1, ' ) I .(SPECTUS I) ' The LouislainiaL .. .t jl.... 4i, . 4l to New Orlean . I ,e , p tr ,t the LoseV it tIA\, 1,; , I , li .a n e., o.iity whicth hay t.. I . :.1 t . n l;t 'itai p nfntlun i. i } t t r . , an.ition staie ,. ,..~ tf a i th .it i s ruggl i tgeffortt .i....ntn , the p,.oithn in the itterx .: t . , w,- sall .vonceive toe rl their . ,.ardd that itneh infor ln . . , . en.o rag. mnm , i, S..fl :OltiC lp t hav beiti en lost, inl . . 1y. it the lark of a mne.dium. .... i chl , th.t .1 ei tiencd ies l fight .i, l. \,.' dhill 'tfivrttomake t . ad jnt.....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 27 August 1871

Orronw 114 CA.aocarrT srmanr, Xzw Oatz.zs LA. m. 6. MIUN, Editor and Publisher, P.L Ji$ I1HBACK, Manager. OU'R AGENTS MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E Young, agerrmnagh- - - - LOUtal(A :-John A.W Wadinegon. M/ e mwh, c dia Pariah:.Ha. -. T Helso, Alegedria; Antoine & Sterrett, s~ziport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. "$i8UCT OF COLUMBIA :-Jaes A. :D.Qtem, Washington City. :ILIlOIS :--Lewis B. White, Chiesp. KiNTUCKY:-Dr. s. A. Green, Louis YBº OUR CHOICEt FOR PRESIDE2T, 18719 U. S. GRANT. -'- ;" .. . . I I SUNDAY, AUG27, 1871. M.. GIo. E. PAlrs is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit aubsr-iptions and receive paymont of bills. OrnicuL RrorT.-There has just been published, in pamphlet form, by authority of the Republican party, "The official report of the ?roceedings, Addressee and Reso lutions of the Republican State Convention of Louisiana, held in Turner Hall, New Orleans, August 9th and 10th, 1871, to which are added, the Report of the Commit tee on Address, the State Centra...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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