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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 27 August 1871

jf1) MLANS REPLY TO S '. T. nREASON; TOR ,,:, E of HOK(CI. (tEELY FOR ` ; F I D Y1: T 01 tt l'll :I!TR. AL ºt 1, w, invited to attend . .,.,e r-.r celebration of Bri • ~ L.. lian enatncipation, at : .n Kcntucky; his en . iid not permit him to :., itation, but he atoned , .: ,- publishing a let SNe -York .'un, indorsing ,'·elv in preference to Genonal r president in 1572. The, S :e .i in introducing' . ti, notice of its readers. id poduiee a tremen . amlong the negroes : : uth.' Mr. Green :!.:i )oot is on the other Although we ad , :,,,m ofahip and arc .:,rtitude that our , .. + ,ti has shown in ,.hihbit ing at present' . · , f this, his na "I illSl reasons, are n ,:iii N ii him in his S.. idat:.l o lr the Presi S. . , 1 tih:i arlunment . Le?, r in advoiacy t the mT,;t 1noted of : ,atO IIrn. strih as , t, , 1  ( 141hillip. anll r :t i t lrlaslroE Weit . c. country was, ' li'-pj S- ticl --it is not time. , h. e 1ii0 of the Re , , " .-. "ago. in it, until the cn *..:i ,.,o. - of t...

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. — 27 August 1871

Ml ; Ii anc 4Sd commis. sei4Q s books to be kept open minew Orleans, and at such other pljes as they may deem pro dgý lpgve I rriptions to the oc of said eompany, and i monnt of the first in a ti payable on such subscrip tioas, sad may cause to be made a preliminary survey of the railway by thisseact authorized to be con 1i'r with estimates of the cost thereof. Said Board of Commis sioners shall keep a eeordof its pro esdies aiddisMait shall be deter mined by a vote of its members, each member being entitled to one vote. A majority of said oommis aoners shall constitute a quorum for business.  2k. 5. Be it further enacted, etc., It in order to provide means to cry the expense of said Board 40Oommissidners in executing, the by this act committed to they are hereby authorized fl sue.in the name of said com pumy certificates of indebtedness signed by the preident, secretary and treasurer of said Board of Com missioners to such an amount, and to sell and dispose of the same at such rat...

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. — 31 August 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIlES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THUD$DAY, AUGUST 31, 1871. 1NUMD3BS. ý-.-THE LLCISIANIAN, OWNED,"'+$, EDITED AND.ýIANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN. I P7BLISHE)D EVERY TilRDt X AND SUNDAY MORN 1ý,,; AT 114 (ARONDELET STREET \fV iIRLE.1Ný LA. tip \ I'i l INCHBA('K, OnLEANS. l4 ANTOINE, CADDO, a,1 lI KELSO, R1APTDiR. m\s. (. BKOM'.4 N,---Editor. /I. ].Ys. PI INCTIBA'K, MIaaeger. u...1 41ll4 Be t I'1TIN 5,: . . . .. .. On01 4 11,.u,\ .. i. o I'HOSPECTUJS OF The Lonusianian. I 4 V.r1, Vort eStilhlihll another . i j; .rwal in New Orleans, 1 , ,.t of the LOuTSI AIAN, 1., till :1 It , --'ity whirlh has 1.. u l . t ..onuu-inui v painfully 14 1 . s-i. Il the transition state iui thlir ýtru1ggliugeflorts ,, a n tlI"t lpositiun Iii th~e liudy" I' 4ii.. e l we lnleIivc'j to be their ,I.1. I- ' led that mIucl infor u .ll0n1e4, 4ncointagement.t I .l r, pr~Itf have llw n lust, in Ii it the 1:wek tof a Ina ,i1uº, t!. l isi h b l ih t l as d tieiencries...

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. — 31 August 1871

Prtbli hed T httersda,1s ,Intusl U1 OFFICE 114 CARONDF.LET rRiET, New Opr sAs L+. F -R3. e. uewIHW tditer ald Pabliser. P. B. S. PINGOIBACK. Manager. in It OUR AGENTS. t3 - MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, b Greenville. LOUISIANA -John A. Washington, j Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. 0. ¶ 'r. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, ti Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carrol Parish. tl DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: --James A. D.Oreen. Washington City. IyLINOIS :-Lewis B. White. Chicago. * KENTUCKY:--Dr. H. A. Green. Louis- Ii vile. a 'e OV'R CHOICE FOR PRESIDEST, 18"4: U. S. GRANT. TBIHBSDAY AUG. 31, 1871. " Mn. GEo. E. PAnts is our special 1 agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment, of bills. i a offer our c& ngratulationi; to friend A Noguez on the improv ed head to The Republican Era. The heart seems also to throb in thel right place, although the bias of the paper is the wrong way. In the last issue, after alluding to the .Bepublkan Convention at Turner Hall...

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. — 31 August 1871

,nti ' ti --. 1aV he? Mr. Pnchback --He was never ?,?l,1e. I do not know that b It1FpointCFi ])el ocrata to office, T th;tl h1 ldid.` *irvi iwer-There are not many t,"I D1cocrats down there, aIre r Pinchback -I don't believe Sny. nteri Itwer Writl it te safe ,rnic',l tritlfan to bea Democrat - ";t un f.. P ahhback-Just as safe as ,u a wuite luan to be a Repub . p Ihere. Of course he would . _ ,. by h i people, but he ,," 1 ;t be treated with any vio' t t rr t- How does General T . t t along down there `. ?hiack First rate. " Axs.2sHe waes not :muixed 8:.iWas h t [ .<hlbaf: -\o vjr. He re t that he thought the ; uiplOlitic nand unnece i h. wuili ltavEe uot h:ng to 1 tli hn d1d hI say di tn h l,: 1: t;etfee the con t 1.'1, T .4, j i. lol-k a " , 1 -4 at tutu, lon't 'h l'iniltlth . Y1... tut they roes-eved at veavry Pouly who t ti (hut they want them to I, rtiP, pupuhlr with c(l V jp 11 i onitiant u 1h Ptt hhack.- As popular as ai the State. t," .. ." It tli&e ,tŽ lsturhan -' u'...

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. — 31 August 1871

iowx nmir PAGE.] aM. th~iw cbmpanf the bonds of the ot g ,¢$etsiaiaiua to the :unotut of 1Te' *prepf thpusand lire hundred dellars or for etch and every mile of track or t r A iW Mhkll so n pear to be laid its ary completed; and the Governor of the State of Louisiana is author- s ized and directed to proceed in like manner and cause to o be executed and delivered to d said company, on such certificate, te º i" pestio4I-and report,a like amount te of sttok bonds, that is to say, seven- stu ty-five hundred dollars for every ~ !n1ie `of single track roadbed that v shall be so graded and prepared for "Y the superstructure, and a like shi amount of such bonds, that is to th say, aeienty-five hundred dollars eo for every mile of track that shall be ev us so laid, until the said railway shall s -be entirely finished; provided, that at before any such bonds shall be so an executed and delivered, the said of Arkansas and Delta Railroad Coln- p' r pany, by its president, or other duly ax . au...

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. — 3 September 1871

a*rte "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1871 NUMBBg Tt fLI~tMAN. OWNED.-m I on D IY nv TIHE II.UIISIAMAN, OW(ED,-sý liTl.i A IND FLUAGED BY COLOR MNi ;. h P'UBLIMED EVERY i il ( lA *' AND SUNDAY MORNr SA'l 114 tARNODELET STREET 3E'2OPR3HI·I·OELB Il \ ..' I" I'tI~IBHACK, OxLrANs, , %N W1INE. CADDYb, a " .. 1 til:L~a), I{API)EII. 1 , ;.s.1 1 _. *. I N('11A ('K. . .1`r. 1n rio :, !!i er Se5 II * .........J ~l) :u. .1 u, ...... I i 4 I'Ijj )s'l; CTCS ()F The "Louisianiaii. h~,n~·I i liii I 1111aM 1o.IAIiiifiil l , ..\ ."l t.I. I ,stlal i flil Rtilt4' t.,lwi in Mt~glNe efrlcarts, 1 ,1 "Ill ~.the iLn t~ie Baidv I ii i uli I "ililive to ie tlchair d: it 1" .,t-l. I that much ixifor t .1IIi I n.i'. L" '. rage)ll: L entLt .'.. 'i '' . Iit , Iack oif a mledilum. 1 ii. \I Wu, l la ith . dl tcie l s mighi t it " ,ii IN :1 */'nsiile'g'(gfl~il ini these i' r. C I~i l i t " llu 1 1 1'1 ' ,()t. 1, tilt, L. L~i, ti .11. iit *.I itj rli...

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. — 3 September 1871

ter Published Th ursdays aed ,'~, d~ta. cli OFFICE 114 CARONDELET SrREET, in NEw ORLEANS L. le: Is, I. 0llPW, Editor and Publilser, to P. . 8. PINCHBA,; Manager. j g OUR AGNTS. an MISIB&IPPI :- Daniel E. Young, tC Greenville. LODI IANA :--John A. Washington, s Black Bawk, Coaeordia Parish; Hon. O. G Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, bi Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. in DIS'IRICT Or COILUMBIA:-James A. D.Green, Washlagton Oity. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY: -Dr. R. A. Groaeen. Louis ville. D hi el OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: S U. S. GRANT. iu SUNDAY, SEPT. 3, 1871. S SMn. GEo. E. P.Res is our special p agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. e- Telegraphic dispatches say: I Los C BRA.WI, Sept. 2-A com mittee of the Warmoth faction of n Louisiana Republicans arrived here this morning, and are waiting for an interview with the President. C ___--*____. a The Public Schools of the t: City are advertis...

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. — 3 September 1871

'Ill '' IT WILL IN. ,.,! the fi'st ,'t.s of the ; 'gre e-. after soluae ne 'a : 's to resist the Dem i, huliun. was the adoption .. ht,,eo.ad law, under which ,: ass of the public domain i ^..i : the po'C.esrion andt -ip of the laboring man upon ,l,,I: , of ;ittlement and cul S : ',ninal price of $10 ,":;:.;:, w-a,3 made by which S- -,ry wi; largely en . i . l t du,and rendered acces ., lihited means, over ., ,,: Irans-continental is- truction of which .. : undll r Demoera o, th.t f'ree labor t1:,; ric l inheritance, ,,f slave labor. .... .- 1 'tcIl of srb dol i, I v the Repulb ,, :. ,lflthe muited t n' " iJ ... tn of11 the I -iO t 1c tit nfl l Ill r . ,,h givin,, i .." ti e illhl s, il ib'1 4 ling i th14 :ati't n. and i 1:ie iuecrionrd o i l' ' : ' t , l all itl rigOhte I u',t , ,i, rut in that r. . , orhio fa t, 't it tlisons to 114 ;tel-p radded t tit at 4t I:no settlers, by o1 -. l i ',iS, lod tof that i I,. ih ll m illion of lt a ,t.'". , l, li orc-,i'r riiof : that in S ...

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. — 3 September 1871

jCosxur ED FROM ruSrr PAGE.1 tw Whereas, The experience and ex- th ample of many large eitiie tieches tic us the nesesuity of filling up the or- o dinary vaults; and in Whereas, The earth closet systArn N4 has proved to the simplest, sure* be and pfeetive means of at once th obviating all the inconvenience, nui- Jo sanes ana pestilence attending the N1 ordinary privy, while at the same th time saving to the community a fic large amount of the most valuable th known fertilizing material, much m needed in siany sections of our u' State; st Section 1. Be it enacted by the st Senate and ouse .of, Representa tives of the State of Louisiana iii General Assembly convened, That c< from and after the passage of this tI act it sWO be unlawful to dig or tl constrat within the urban limnit.s of a the city of New Orleans any sink or privy vault. S Seei 9. Be it further enacted, etc., That g11 sinks and privy vaults now attached to, or connected with any building situate within the urban limit...

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. — 7 September 1871

-* -a "REPUBLICAN AT AIDL TI ITNDEIR ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISI4 A, THURSDAY, S PTEMBER 7, 1871. NUM*B27d. s;-"HF. LUIS'IANiIAN, OWNED,-$ .t\ ~c AD MLA.NA( ED Bil COLOR l~i'shit:. Ia PU'BLIMSHED) EVERY pifi l;ýUDA AnDS tN'DAY MORN I_," t iit t' RoN1X1º.7r ATREET i..\ iNlHR.WK. OBLwAK4+. p.i.S. P~INO tII h (. Iýult. ROW PLCTUSlu (P1') Th' c Loui'iantiaL ( ti~~l,",; ,.1)1)1 n New" Orleana,j i" q' of lit.- I.1)rI~rAN1AIN, "till ~ . fl'-wit. ilawli hasu u 1 r.wsetiiu. 11:inrllýll. ii , - nII..' tranisitioni state' 'IIt. ti.. ii ,tueggling&'ftiirts11 I n. Iwv ..'oiwne'e. to be thieii .I it 1'",iticle that i~telnc iufor-ý :..:.I 11. ýi11 l:illPe, "iii'ciirageiiteit. I iit. i.epI.ecf :1i~ve bteen losqt, ini Ilit.- lath ("f a needinni. n t "i t it N'Ii li ilte" d,-tnicnieifsni'e ight ifI WI, .' 11. hall uctsive to juak.c F'. rt, ."LaNx a ".'/.r;,ie.",n 14i t1,he 1e I ". ,,tl '4~h . ,'. t .i oii "11 .h ,1.'.eee .i/' ý"ricet ! .ec I ! tltJC ..- lct .":,I. cita Ili' i...

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. — 7 September 1871

(rnras'114 CanoYounzr saraSr, Nsw OLtA.s L,. am. G. uýWN, editor maU Pablibbr. P. B.B. PINCHBAOK, Manager. U1n PPI : - Daniel E Young, .e4ailleW. - - LOUWIANA :- Joha A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish: Hon. (. Y. Klaso, Alexandria; Antoiae & Sterrett, ilhrevqport, A. C. Ruth, Cartoll Peri.h. DIEFERICT OF COLUMBIA .Jame, A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS : Lewis B. White, Chicago ENTUCKY r. . A. Green. L. ýis Q1 *PR EOXCE FOR PRESIDENT, 1x72: U. S. GRANT. THURSDAX SEPTENBER ;, 1.1 Ma. Gno. t. PARst in our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. ai On Tuesday lust we had a very pleasant interview- with our confrere of the Attakupa; Register, Hon. Emerson Bentley iW We copy elsewhere a card to the Iberville News, which has been also sent to us for publication. Mr. Williams is a colored man and of well known reputation. aSii A mother tin a plaatation in V"1A1 , a few days ago, poisoned three of her children with strych ni...

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. — 7 September 1871

cI T'V} I.TT r .T r. NEWMIAN. M 1t. 4*. JLviLM 4sd G(.hvriz~avar~b -~ «- hr, a wet agaiu at our ap ".. ted rendcz pui to instruct .ach hemr w ta the tiduigs of truth which ce br ng before you for your .n hP'1 consideration. I acccorlance with our proaiism, 1 cnisider the endemic di ,f the State of Louisiana, v, take up bilious yellow W ii ci ithe nature of the "lbt lu"du111 abilious ttevtr ' b ihat ow 1 i' it derived? re the best mesHs of lire i Out iLn. and how may nhuan nvstczn he most * . " I ',Hall 110W briefly ourlr tlht they present - ' " "t its the nature that proidmtce, hilioi, n it "t t it lie',' in1hirit is 'l It [ I, t 1. tIiio u n u 54i til ti Inl, t the mineltf 'l t ih:. It i r.' r . ii t tou re lat I' ii I l . A ti - (,"toiott of S 0911 ý.d. n "~ H"!"'te ºat -ei : th e ith phit <rrors it. 7 ite 1'I$ 4t11e n i ,r011ei 1 . I+1 1.," 9i~ h rl t h tie t rutt h .ht I'.)] t IOtlV. t o. pr esn r. I : i th ' . t ' h i av errors . . "; I' c'1 t heni. t Otet1 would l . 1, . t ...

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. — 7 September 1871

T OM~ii~ 33 FIRST P'AGE. 1 ; Lve nppo4 tor pledges nuder sunch' re~Ltions as the said board t3a868t~(i gggA y ,lsem fitting and proper for tie jntereetsof the stock hoiders. And the said corporation -inid~5eahe6 : and ensente to sth astckholders thereof, 0o to their employes or other dealers with St , any trust or trusts. may grant annuities to them or any of them, and may insure then, or cause them to be insured, or any other person -4Mibom they have or take an in terest, agaiznst any and all incidents of life, health, strength, property er estate; mndlhhall he, and is here by, authorized pt lease, purchase and dispose of real estate of every description Wihatsoever, and shall SjMve pQWer toerect, construct, oper ate and establish factories and man ufactories of aerve , description on such lands tenements and real es tate as they may acquire or become in possession of by Bch purchase, negotiation or contract and shall have full discretionary power to sell dispose of or negotiate su...

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. — 10 September 1871

~m 4ci ' s ..;: " 44. i , he $eientkktp usai "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORL.EANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, 'sEPTEMBER 10, 1871. NUMBER 76. , i,1;E LOI'ISTANIAN, QWNED,-t~ EDITED ANT) MANAGED BY COLOR L1 MEN Is PUBLISHED EVERY II Ht I:l.IA AND SUNDAY MORN I\n' 111t ('ARONDELET STREET tl f'I SPIN(HBACK', 4)alEA:N4' 1Nl.º 1:. S. IntI~fA(K .)laf II ~a'. I' 1(A)'P LV'I'US OF TIhe IA)u-IS ttal al. . 1 ..,,tlti iil:1'i II 811lt li.,1 1 ' .1 1i1"thh itittli III th llatit t hil Ii CihhIitin it pa tinfu l-y tofo lhrhut ititi1,1 liedati Iitlt tliti u 111k tifalulijt lO8.1 1'..; ii 1. , i~ I -li~ etll la4i to ii t'k 1111i ii t tt ih ali it 111 i1i1 11111'1 .lu ".1,1.111"1 t,, 1ttt1'1,1'g" W e~lt ,i... ., . ii tl) 84 I it il ht..i Iv hIt t hi '1 )Ii)h iit 41 t11i v11iii . .11ert .1. htt1 ,i-tix11 t. t l t rig'(' toe itter I. 1 .1'tli it. a 1/"' l l 1" r.iillthi h i ti llithi9h hi, ..t 1 1. it tt th 11111 u ;lv tiat th il Iti imlI 1. . .1111 Lt ll j :ih itjt9 t...

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. — 10 September 1871

The Lousaiana be Pub tke hrawod Soly.o 01fl0 X4 C ADoIIs* arn ga Ntw ORLEA'NS La. ., a fin. &...USI, littor sad Fabitebe. S In P. B. S. PINCHBACK., Manager. I ýrc OOUB AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :Daniel E. Young, ti Greenville. * LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, M l aw, Comcordia Parish; Hon. G. tl Y. Kelso, Alesandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Jdhasvsport, A. C. Ruth. Carroll Parish. ct DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA : -James U A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLWNOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:- Dr. R. A. Green, Louis vilse. Mi. Gro. E. PARIs is our special4n agent, and is authorized to solicit n subscriptions and receive payment of bills. P b SUNDAY, SEPT. 10, 1871. S Ii I º'UR CHOICE FOR PREýl1lIET, 1872: Ia U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. SPREs'T -P. B. 8. PINCHBACK of Orleans. 1 ExCORiDIO Sac v-WILLIAM VIGERS. CORREePONDINo Src'x- J. W. FAIRFA%.I MEMUERS. [FOB TEE STATE AT LAG.O] .º EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. 8. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. t 'IHOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapide...

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. — 10 September 1871

PULITICAL NOTICES. ; JOHN TilE BAYT!T. of the Parihiii Executive 1 e , d the lRepublicau party paihof St. John the Bap i1,;ptembler 1ST!. otplance with a resolution C, nruittee at their last meet (. figist 2nd 1871. The . t,,r~itt e. met on the 2nd of her at the Conrt House. was called to order \1 . i',anbs, at two o'clock it of lon. Henry Demas, '%1 (' cailed to the Chair :11 Mr. A. C. Babcock ".1 1I 11Y. Deluas prevail ;,:: thi Chai to all "1 :I, 111e If tiv( on credeni '((I sS of ten lin I havitig ePpireil, the t "'lt'1tia1l roported1 ititlee on cre-dent ils ni aCil all the cre { ," I. II, t the follow :tI I I) l entitlodl to ,.1:1 Uabeok, t1, l.,11 .iu Au 1u ie \\iLL llimn, 1d ilan ('lvtn, (I the 1 . . t 4h. wh An-' I " . ph "1 Inv... i 11,1.. Ueo. ý\ ('on1lts, {,pne, 401 Dalnall W hltams:.1 1 . aril m nhard thuerol, *n II oses Randall. n (J ijit'. , I)l e, mn t t`t ling (ilovt'r. Wdhais.o 'II -I John (Hall oll, Ben( \y I .14 L mith, ilham it fi t ti 1 1 1 lei. III 1 . .1 0 1 o ...

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. — 10 September 1871

asit of keceu i» Jauralim. Z.> ý..4 - Some people have a mania for publibhipg pipers, and think that to be able to wrytt and have a cor taia amount of capital, is all that is neosasar, to make a successful news paper. The history of oar most eminent journalists contradicts this theory. They will tell you that they owe their success rather to their knowledge of the practical than the theoretical or ethetical branches of the business. Bonner, for instance, is notra writer, still he has aecufn lated great wealth, and has succeed ed in establishing a paper which is remarkable both for circulation and for literary ability. Printers now in this city, who worked at the "case' with him, state that he was not on ly a quick and clean compositor, but was noted for his regular habits, for never varying in his hours, and for working hard, early and late, to attain the object he had in view the acccmulation of sufficient capi tal to start in busincss for himself. Henry J, Raymond toiled for ye...

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. — 14 September 1871

beu tll .nu "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." :OLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1871. NUMBER 77. " iTil: N l'ISIANIAN, OWNED,-I I"1ill Pt \L) MANAGED BY COLOR MIN. It PUBLISHED EV-ERY 1 11 ' .14 AND SUNDAY MORN 1"ý,,. 11 ('AlR )NDELET STREET 14;11:1\ LA. 111 ,· !.I I1Nt'IU1:ACK. (ha.1AN:4' 4 1\ 4'411\EE ('.ºDuo, 11"lt s. (ý" B 1t V ,--Editor l. B. s. PIN('IRA C K, ii aih fqe'r. 1. . 1, . . .$u (N 11,., 11 ... 4W~ 11 . 1 :dl I I () l I~ The fouisialn.iak. ti, the:..114 II III . .Mtlllllll ill :114 ('IANIA 'li I 1 1X1 ItI, ý II .l1f'tillt. 1 & iiifullv--\ 1,. t.. · II I :1 l Ili -'"1·(· l Itfk µ h44.11 lxIi~i .ir 1, " u 1, 11,1 r .l ueti11 Sll i ainf) nlly'-( I, It t. l-t it1 , tilt- tl'au-iititll~u stall' 1 ,ý.,11'Il lt 11e ' Iru ggiiaigt'flirti4 t~tIu 4 .11 I""itiull in the B.111V I'~111 n. i t 11 11 1 4,, 't' t'º be their ,I,.1 illl that 111114.11 iiifoi' I i. Vlll.l~ tll s i' li(.l tl,( '1 'l' t ll· lit, iii .di 1 '111 .1.11f ~ ( 1 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. — 14 September 1871

Pdl4ishet Thturassdys ,,m SuiSauys. Orntr 114 CAxONDE r a rsWr, Now OaL.mas LA. 1a. 9. 31)0 , Editor and tsbiher., P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager, OUR AGENTS. MISSe SPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. ' LOUISIANA -John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. O. Y. Kelmo, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, 8hrevsport, A. C. Ruth, Carr~l Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Oreen, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:--Dr. R. A. Green, Louis villa Mn. GEo. E. Pmans is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1871. *UR CIIOICE FQR PRESIDE.T, 1872: U. S. GR AN\T. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICRlS. PREs'T-1'. B. S. PINCIIBACK of Orlenus. REoon~lu SEc: Y - WIL.IAM VIGERS. CoRE.sPo'ovnTN SEc'r J. W. FAIRFAX. (roR TUE STATE AT LIP.GE.] EDWARD BUTLER,dof Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orlc:as. THOMPSON C(u'.KELY, of Rapidis. 1 ALBERT GANTT. of St. Lai.ry. JOHN PARSON, of Orle...

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