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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 14 September 1871

11.QL WAVE PRO ,eL'NCLED A HOAX. , following correspondence I. :I te ew Orleans Timeu., em , in the reply of Professor For t i:lquiries in regard to the ., ,i, "tidal wave," will be . ith lnterest: • :o., v"- E-, September 9, 1871. r: C. G. Forshey: :: SP.-- A widely extended ,i ion prevails among the. , f the gulf and Atlantic produced by a prediction, 1:, to Professor Agassiz, of a t ld wave or inundation of ..,,t from the sea. ult- r ,0ol:e conversation with you, . , o behalf ourselves and i ,,ti rs we venture to repre ,:t ou give ns for publica , s as to the merits of i i ', and if convenient, u ',,".:.. ,-;, briefly expressed, for . .. nu entertain. tus, favor, believing that i.1i jatil will tend to allay , , il ty, from your repl :... I, :i I, f :iten tle. .th'" honor to sublsrilbe S...r iuti y'our obedient I LA, I 1 .. AUL ' i iN, 1. 1)., :,',i. 'EL CtIOPP'IN, 31. 1}., u ,iT \W. 11\:YNE, IEiS l'ESBAN. 'K. LEE, - ,111IA. 1.11 tH. WILLIAMS, CIry I11 riTI.. .:, S.'ptemiber...

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. — 14 September 1871

, ,TTERES TVG ITEMS. ---- 0- IMlftlent deeds are better than unprofitable words. 8i enry Jenkins, of Yorkshire, Eng., died in 1670, aged 169. 1 iW o render inevitable evil as light as possible is to be in reality what may be called both happy and wise. WMen of genius are often dull and inert in society; as the blazing meteor, with it descends to earth, is only a stone. 11The chief secret of comfort lies in not suffering trifles to vex one, and in prudently cultivating an undergrowth of small pleasures, since very few great ones are let on long leases. In aHow easy it is to please and to be pleased, as well as edified, if one will take the fragrance of the rose inste:lad of the thorns, and hold the knife by the handle and not by the edge. 8WThe only way for a man to escape being found out is to pass for what he is. The only way to maintain a good character is to deserve it. It is easier to correct our faults than to conceal them. t'The term "Round-Heads" originated during the war w...

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 September 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUND4Y SEPTEMBER 17, 1871. NUB 78 -r r -- nVI -. . .... .... ....- - .......... _ _ _l fll IýU('ISALtMN, OWNED,- it }Ii1 EDll ANI) MANAGED BY COLOR t .1E}:, IA PUITLISHED EVERY lilll:;1\\ AND SUNDAY MORN I 1 'r IT ('AlRONDELET STREET s 4~\ l;I \NS LA. ],,' I I 'INI('IIIA('K(. O( LEANS. SN\IMI NE, (tlxs, • , x KiLSt). RAvT. rs. \1 tt. . IROitWN,---Editor. I. ;. S. ' !'N(CII I CK, * t 1j11- ~i Si l:,'kt rlioN: it . ...... ....... . 4I0 1 u,.. ... ..1. ., '1i )SPEII',CTUS OF The Louisianian. . 1, " t ,'1 , rln i st'oalli h another, ., , i,,,r d in New Orh'lela s, ,." t "ir. of thl' L] 'IslI.a tN, 1 1.... 1,, ill .l ut 'a .ity itv lhich( has i II , ,,~ 1 I.. . ,l, - i0'l s alT infully I I t." I... . . l , the. , t r ll ition state ,, ti their stnirgglingefforts I. tt, i 1it I . sitiuo in the lRosl I',i. , , 1 ,. 1I , <I i ilit~I',il t lo be their ,i.,' ' . i ,t rdtil d that muchut infor on e. ,...

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 September 1871

Tb Loulsisis Publisbed Th/ rstly..a ,U.id Sudtl ya. OFFICE 114 CAI:o.DU.ET raESPr, N.w OXLE.Se LL. Ia. B. BOWN, Editor sald hbliskr, P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :-- Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA : John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexanaria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: -James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS : Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:- I)r. R. A. Green, Louis ville. Mit. (G:o. E. PArIs is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDDAY, SEPT. 17, 1871. SUR t'H j '/lE Fil PiiuENllDE.T\ 1 72: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTE l'EsT-- P. B. . PINt'HBACK fUt'rlanv. REcom:,,l, SEr.,'r WIIIAIM VIGERS. CORRERPOsDINt E Sari --J. W. FAIRFA X. MEMBERS. [FOR THE SrATI' .T I. l:tiE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plhquoenines. S. S. SCHMIDT. of Olrens. TH'IOMI'S )N ('IAKELY. of R:i,ides. ALBERT (.ANTT. of St. Lan...

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 September 1871

I . ,, Charle 'l'hlmaus, Al'xasu ' "l'i'ua lnd Ii. R. Kcarsni ad .. I ii,, uceting. The last two , lo I evotsi (if the Custorhou.se . ,. P'hdlipls, who brought up ,,.ade sucuh a fearful ex :.. t the tyrauny aud rascali ; t Customhouse ring that :: :Lutxed resolutions passed with : d, ,,,r-.emnent of all, save these . 1,,li.als. I give you his re * : - i.• : ;ly; as I can renleln i v'r is the ouly man of brains , te,, ( f1lrhouse frauds, but his . aLdl political integrity S I:1 alni bad columen 'h]::'miter of any party. Ungr'ateful and(1 hypo , .i: (,id, when lie was L i-nt mand hilt crucilled, _ . .:, b t.(l, the l epll , :, this State and gen S.... !;t,l and there is an , l :t ( iol, he will blush , ,: t, , tinhe :eige'ls, t, he iuegy ti'(il r' S i :u tlI .I r. I'iniehbaik ti.. I ul. illg eIheersl fior' ' Itt ,, , l,, . : ,l 1 , . t. .-.lf eli 1 .)el,- \V.; SI:tIl".I. ('casve , 8. 1;. : i il'ha.s W. Iowe'll, I\. (' arhtr an II c. I ('se I's .i.t ,lplty. I lix H er- . S ,,. the...

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 September 1871

INTERESTING ITEMS. a l-Home-made sewing bilk is ns of the products of Harris coen y, Ga. a i~WA misouri panther, hunted own by a brave party, proved to ) ea lrg yellow dog which had got o osst thi 'Thbe catch of Ibsters thus far in New Hampshire has been only w about two-thirds that of last season «I at the same time. The scarcity run puzzles the oldest fishermen. ,8WSince 1683 there have been t 227 Earthquakes in New England, dt of which 148 occurred during the ot winter season, and 74 in the sum- of ner. to "An Illinois farmer has told his rat story. He was going out to da his corn-crib the other morning, he frn says, when he saw a large rat, with do head erect, carrying a full-sized ear to of corn in his mouth, while at the - same time his tail was wrapped ul around another large ear, which he was dragging behind him. ht SSA live rattlesnake, on its way fo by express to Cornell University, fo got out of its box in the Elmira al Depot, and was discovered coiled sl ready to spring....

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. — 21 September 1871

4 .4 "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES. AND UNDER ALL C' CUMSTANCES " VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1871. NUMBER O9. -ý - ,erTflE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,-e4 ,EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, L't PUBLISHED EVERY Tyg1FbDAY AND SUNDAY MORN. pIS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET 'rW 1¶LEANS LA. 1i p i. PINCHBACK, Omi.wwB' ANTOINE, CADDO, t . KELSO, RAPIDE.. a. ,. BROWN',---Edltor. j;. s. .PINCHBA CK, Maingaer. -1- TLku or Srasscan-rioN: '4t N\ )r~ r . . . . 3 (J0 .;. . 1 ia ....1 54) 1P: 0SPECTUS OF The Loulsiazian. In thr iu.leavor to establish another l. puiluain juornal in New Orleans, the prrtpri t rr of the LOUISIANIAN, I hropors t~ fill a necessity which has It .tp. girl wanietimea painfully fI.t to x it. In the transition state St, ur p.'plJ, in their strugglingeffouts t,, nttnin tht pl ition in the Body P It", wiuilh we conceive to be their in., it i, r'garded that much infor t uidance, encouragement, i rjproof have been lost, in . ,, , of the lack of a medium, t' ,- "hil...

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. — 21 September 1871

The Louisialian. Psblished Thurad qys aad Sundays. Onruc 114 CAaonnz rr sraser, Naw Oatxass La. tmA.L MIaJ IdMft Wa hmishe, P. B. S. PINOHBACK. Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSIS8IPPI : - Daniel T. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black lwk, Qcesordia Pariah: Bon. 0. Y. Kelso, Aleandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. DAGeeen, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KEATUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis villa Mn. GEo. E. PAims is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER21, 1871. *UR ('TIOWrF FOP PhFIDEýI, 1P72: U. S. GR ANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. omFCERs. I'aust P. B. S. PIN('HBA'K ofOrlk'nh. REcurDoaU 5ac. -WILLIAM VIGERtS CORRESPONDING SEc ---J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMOER. [ron TrE STATE AT LA.OL.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. 8. 8. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orlea...

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. — 21 September 1871

Anduolph of N.w Jersey the list, Gov. Hoffman's ,1 l uaing about in the centre, 1. ;n. IUruside's, ex-Gov. etc., embellishing the .t ,suitable intervals. There 150 appended the following tI'e ts are requested to appear .1 eveni4g drss -- -militarq sts 1 Tull uniform. *U11eoriued and equipped, the 1Iay ýr and Captain arrived and re ,, t, 1nu the open entry, where aests brst appeared, and, in re j t.) a civil summons, Mr. Lrru'v7, the beneficiary, came :t! If the scene was half equal tbhs Nljor's description of it, 'it "taiol was a sight worth seeing. b holding the complexion of the to y guests, the narrator says, host was quite overcome and ,1'1 'l Lis hand with an effort. ti. 1 he caine to Capt. WVat ws. leaning upon a support ri ht hand and his left ."r ised weakly, to go * ud'' Iconventional ceremony. ,. tihiks that if there had S, int ire guest of the same ,n is the line, it would I. i1 him. Fisk, Jr., who l r d, was even more over !is hands to his head, I lt'i dl turned around a...

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. — 21 September 1871

THE STUDY OF HYGIENE. The subject of hygiene has two aspects: that of an empirical art, the art of preserving health, which is founded upon common sense and Zia obvisas hisbatss of aapulese; it is lso to be regund asr"s± esasiss at a lnwl.es of the roadies of health sad tlte causes of disesas. Art is an air of rules for the guidance of practice; science goes a step further back-it establishes the principles which un derlie and shape the rules, and make action intelligent and effective. Art being older than science, and grow ing out of men's earlier and ruder strivings, historic hygiene will be the record of the first attempts of individuals and communities to carry out sanitary regulations. As an art, hygiene was carried to a high pitch by various of the older nations! The Jewish economy em bodied many careful and wise di rections for guarding the health. "It is to the strict observance of these sanitary regulations that one of the best known writers on hy giene of the present day, ...

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 September 1871

1li tI ^ "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL Ci !CUMSTANCES." VOLU SME I VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, "SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1871. UMB 80. I TATA- -- "' " "-  .w. - S1fE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED, £ITED AND MINAGED BY COLOR i 'Iv i PUBLISHED EVERY ."i,a*D.Y AND SUNDAY MORN .\, .\1 I114 CAIL NDELET STREET . L.EX'NS LA. pýtrRO ýt 'rio". I!' : s PITCIIBACK, ORtaANs, " .NTOINE, CADDO, ,;I.' i KCLSO, RAPIDEM. \\ m. (;. I.!tOWN,---Editor. I'. .' s. PINCHBACK, Manager. : I; .4t( F Stel-'CRIPTION: " , ,........... 5 M I S..... ..... 1 5 ..... 1 50 . I... 5. I'I:( SPECTUS OF The Louisianian. IH . h , avr to establish another u, i. rn.: i al in New Orleans, e.e.l,, , r , of the LouIu'IIIAN , I Si.. :, ,Iece.ssity which hai s 1..I . l.. 1,.mi h,,m,.times painfully- t, lt. t '\,-t. In the transition state .,at p ,,i'. in tlhir struggling efforts t,:,?t.ii, tit p,-ition in the Body IPl:i&. ;, we conceive to be their l :.. it i. ri.:a1rol , that much infor i: , guil::n'ce, enconragement, ...

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 September 1871

The Laulsisnian. Pubi.ýe5J 7here l-Ls ,trul "'uad, ly3 OFFICE 114 CARON1,ELET rsr5EEELI, NEw OnLExNS LI. *la, G. BlROW~, Editor and Publisher. P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. O. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-TJames A. D.Greea, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:--Dr. R. A. Green, Louis vinle. Ms. Gso. E. P.uus is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDAY SEPT. 24 1871. OUR 't11Ol('E FORl PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PR'as'T P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. REcoRnun Sr.c'v - WILLIAM VIGERS. CoUarEsrONIJ[IN SEt: '-J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. [FOR THE STATE AT LAlRGE..] EDWARD lUTLEI, of Plaquenlines. S. S. SCHMII)T, of Orlean4. THOMPSON ('OAKELY, ,f R.pidts. ALBERT G(ANTT. 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. — 24 September 1871

: ._if innuty to tie meager fur i., of their cabins. l., this .age, and in this country, ,1,'"rent! Pictures and music ,." I,:,t too ille for the humblest ,:k,. l,,,ks lie on every table. 1, n,"kly journals give pleasure .,. ;i,tructiju to eager millions. . land of tiction lies open to .1,he!:: t senses of old and hrie. for a period, throw .i.l. graver work and care, x yrest their wearied feet, and , }i, ..i-lves up to that en~9,ant S ,,rgin,,altin which is one . ,r lr ) Io'ruy ],rivileges, and , vrong to be indulged in, It, t i ii I, thail any of the other , iu,,.,, 1 have been given us ,: . i. severer duties. 1,. r.,,.t :,Il the romancer have ,., perform as pleasant :, d I.r:i asi the birds and the ,.. \\!, do the birds sing ? \. t,. tllo wers bloom and i ,i h" l mnade this world I Ir , their Iharsh coullnents ,, , i it. they would have t.!, 91:trl,. ,,f birds, the per , I ..... ,. the murmur of I . ,h, 1,rs of the raint ow; - i .1 ha:t~ hlu a hdead, silent i ll I, tek a: ,l wh...

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 September 1871

('ut This Out and Keep it. Franklin Dyre, a highly respect able and intelligent farmer of (Gale na, Kent county, Maryland, gives the following as a sure cure for the ; bite of a mad dog. As will be seen, I bh a testd it with the meet grati ying a ebatns: I < to most persons, and is to be found - in many of our gardens. Imme diatly after being bitten, take one ounce of the root of the plant-the green root is perhaps preferable, but, the dried will answer, and may be found in ousedrug stores, and was used by me-slice or bruise, put it in a pint of fresh milk, boil down to halt a pint, strain, and when cold drink it, fasting at least six hours afterward. The next mnrning repeat the dose prepared as the last, and this will be sufficient. It is recommended that after each does nothing be eaten for at least six hours. I have a son that was bitten by a mad dog eighteen years ago, and four other children in the neighbor hood were also bitten; the took the above dose and are alive and wel...

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. — 28 September 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, ANDI UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." tOLIME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THtRSDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1871. NUMBER SI. i IJ L ýLý1f'LNLL, OR-ýED, W ILL LU M1ANAGED BY COLOR-, t1 PUBLISHED EVERY ; AND SUNDAY MORN' lCUARONDELET STREET ¾. LA. Ti i tCiIBAC'E OaLv.~ri' r .TNE. Cýruo, Ca LELSO. RArtsr. -- -~--- W %L : iýIRO 1,--, Editor. 1, 1:. "t. PL \CH BACK, Manager. TI ln,. ýri Svyt.IJT'ION': -io *I5 tiN . 300 . I T 1 1 OSPECTUS OF N The Louisianian. 1 'r to eitsblish another T .Al in New Orleans, y t the LorySUNIAN, H 1;u cesitc which has .o 1tintls painfully- R t . 1he traki-tion state t11 ir rtruggling efforts A po ition in the Body , 1 nrecive to be their T : idi that much infer- T .il u:Lk, encouragement, A 1 reproof have been lost, in 0f the lack of a medium, hlit these deficiencies might 7 f '', 1. We bhall strive to make I 1., 'tl+N iu ý1siFderalturn in these 7 POLICY. 1 ~ ImIItti indicates, the Loe iht l be " Rcpublicn au oill . , .lorall curcumsktaces" We . V,"cat...

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. — 28 September 1871

The LoulsiaianL Pehlisse'l Thersd :is a",l Sundays. Orrion 114 CaovL.Ltr amEr,M Nsw Ow.taus La. *m . L U0, 4LIt ar Pal i t. P. B. S. PINCH BAOK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MPSS!SSPf : - Daniel a. Young, Oreenv~ill LOUISANA :-John A. WMhingLon, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & 8terrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. Mn. GaO. E. PARIs is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER28, 1871. 9UR ('11L WE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICER. P'a:s'r P. 13. S. PINCIIBACK of Orleans. {ECORDixO Secs-WILLIAM VIGERS Coaisi'osnDoI Seer --J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. [POE TaE STATE AT LARGE.] EDWARD BUTLER. of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orle...

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. — 28 September 1871

+ý ,,",; Oý i llut ll.1 0 a T1ýE. ; l t r ul t Ia Colorado Hera'd ,i .u to kave town for two .:a., lit conllunated i u is a:)seuuct, to the a young man, a novice in w uom he had just engag .sý.stant. Before leaving _ .-: ta e ambitious yourng t to permit any chance to '.rT ed to force the paper -111 small size of the sub-I phice upon the attention oe put4:C nr : keep before your mind s t thb object of this paper en.- 1 its oirculation," Le said; - 1 never you see a chance to . a 1" of the Herald in any kt :vtke, pile it on as thick + eep the people stir 1 l- tine, you understand, ,,," I:vi believe the Herald1 ,tset sheet in the United I e tig toar was shed, and tr !ett The following night, a away from home, e di I suddenly. L'poa the a.t IevoVu d the duty of an ; ;,,g the sad intelligence to the lie dii it as foliowN: it ii., FV NoT o T .' W. :r. "otupelled, this morning 'r* a duty which is peculi f d to the able aisistant \v 0o has been engaged on r at an enormous expens&, luýo...

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. — 28 September 1871

INTERESTING ITEMS. - -o` 3gA woman in Vancouver, thir ty-two years old, is declared to weigh 323 pounds. She was the youngest of a family of nineteen children and is in good health. bSeveral men were reesntly popggest in $* la4 ky dwrm king frqiR aiuadg wha* waiip pear. ed petrfctly clear. Analysis showed that they were strongly impregnat ed with arsenic. 1'A seventeen-year old girl spent a lonely and terrified night in the woods at New Hampshire lately having lost her way while searching for gum. WWm. H. Rushmore, a farmer nearly ninety years of age, of North Hempstead, regularly drives his market wagon to Brooklyn, a dis tance of twenty-four miles. He makes the trip three times a week. WAmong the lamp-lighters in Milwaukee, Wis., is a little girl, ten years old, who makes her roands in all kinks of weather, and runs up the ladder like a squirrel, while her elderly mother watches for her safe ty below. 3 in insane Wisconsin woman threw three of her children into a forty-foot well, ...

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. — 1 October 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER I, 1871. NU ip Hilli "I III I I II . N U MBliRi fai , ,i il'InISIANIAS. OWNED,'-T ,:,111 my ND V :ND AED BY COLOR I\ · PUBLISHED EVERY S' AND SUNDAY MORN-' \ II1( .\)NDELET STTREEIf r,3IOPRI2!3TORIB. t IN ;Il K' , LLLt.','. P I ' iNE:. C. 1 n1,, Si U. IllO\VN,---Editor. '. I:. . I'INC(II'IA ('K. i .. ... . 3 I ) S . ........ . ~... . I'OS'PECTUS OF .he 10 uista(nin. 1 . - , IX I to estal ish aniother jI: 1 . n 11al in Nw Olrlhans, 1 .ii,, ;, 1, r , 1 the LotLIIAs IAN, .... I .. . ", tim es painf ully - I ,v". I1 tlhe transitinu stiate4 Sf,I ,. Q . i us thir stnlggliingftfflrts . iht plition in the Body I 1', ,:i.'. i4ii'h teC conceive to be their 1 I- rg.,.t4,r'l that much infor i. 'n1llcicte, encouirageiment, . I .ld I.,,rof' h:tV' 1h'e e lost,. ill ... , ,', ,f the la:ik of a medium, . : Ilhi,'h thesehidetilencies might , . WI shall strive to :lakc I,,,I In.NI N a d,,Sil,'...

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. — 1 October 1871

The Louisia ia . Pu'dishl Tahursdlays sad Sundays. I OrwrzO 114 CAsnD.Zrr srauer, ac Nuw ORLtA.as La. WI. S. 1BOW1, Editor and Pablisher, m P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. W OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, pi Greenville. pi LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Heon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. tl DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James tl A. D.Green, Washington City. g ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. O KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. _____- --- - ---_ -- --- - a Mn. GEO. E. PARIS is our special C agent, and is authorized to solicit i' subscriptions and receive payment A of bills. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1871. dUR C(IIO'CE FOIl PIIRENIDEVT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. I'RE.S'T -P. i. S. IINCIIIHACK of Orleans. RIet,I RIo Sep Y-WILLIAM VIGERS. CoRaESPO.SINso SEc Y-J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. [FOR TUE STATE AT LARGE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaqluemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orlen...

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