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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 19 October 1871

- Not Dying Out, The following items from the ;uth Co.usa are suggestive. They pr,,re that the oolored population re not dy, o out but hba increased •' : 'a , J illion in the last ten varl It has been repeated over ,d over again, by the white people k,{ the South that "the niggers are a zIg out," and many plausible o,,ji were given; for the war, ,j:P etl, insufficient food, clothing -h.t ehter were terribly destructive ti:f,. But here stands the f:ect ::e,,t.,1, that the colored people rs Rtill with tu and growing in Tii tft is ominous of evil, if ye peope are to be left in ignor ,:, and degradation--exposed to t1e, craft and cruelty of the old rasters. A war will as surely grow out of nppression upon freedmen as upn n1sve4,. But this growth of the colored ,~.;s a token for good, if by means ,~x C;ritian elducation they be ,,,ru. an in'lustrions, prosperouse, rirtm',)lls and religious people-aan S.::,lt of strelngth to the nation ti th. C'lurch of Christ. TEl c *'L 1:R"D POPULATI...

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. — 19 October 1871

INTERESTING ITEMS. -0-o WA Zaneaville (Ohio) papernar rates a strange, but charming story of t'ie effects of music. A nice young lady, living about four miles from that ity, is in the habit of per forming on theviolin a beautiful air, a religious song and her brother playing an accompaniment on the flageolet It has been noticed for some time, when this air is played that a beautiful bird, is known as the golden warbler, comes and hovers on the wing ; only comes, when this piece is being played, and is not seen at any other time. When any one desires to see the bird the lady plays this air on the violin, but it never comes in res ponse to any other song, and only when the young lady plays. gWGoldsmith maid, now pro nounced the fastest trotter in the world, is fourteen years old and never did anything until she was eight years old. i-Coffin Pitts, a well known and much respected colored citizen of Boston, recently died, and was buried from the Juy street church. of which he was a deac...

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. — 22 October 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL C[RCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY OCTOBER S2, 1871. NUB - u!& I -i*,'.r 4 rnr- -- - -111E Lol:I.tAIAIlN, U\ 6 ID,-yI I ,ITI;D ANID MHANAGED BY COLOR I:D MIN,. I1 PUBLISHED EVERY 'Lilt'F.iAT AND SUNDAY MORN 1;',; AT 11i CARONDELET STREET ,:;W oRLEANS LA. =ILOP LIarLOIRaB. . IY. P. S. PINCHBACK. s.zuas, C c. C.ANTOINE. CanDo, , C ). Y. KEL,), RLIms. Win. G. BROWN,---Editor. p. B. . . PINCH BAC (K, Manager. p"- T:u olr ras~C'a'rrxw: 17 (+.T - . 1 ..... .............. $5 llI ., .Ms -ru ......... ......... 3 50 PROSPECTUS OF The Louisianian. In the, eudevor to estallish another RIpubhurn journal in New Orleans, t.. pr,.tors of the Lou'tasrz, hr r-e t, tell a uneeesity which ha, ... lvl. ,, L::,l enuetimes painfully f,,t t f, -:4t. In the transitiou state rf olIr p. ,l,' in their struggling effort? t. ntaru that position in the Baod 1 ., wi,."h we conceive to he their u, ."t. r.garled that much iufor i n., ýuil.mure, en...

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. — 22 October 1871

Thke LauslalaaaI u Thuraays atd Sar ndys. 1 OrFrae 114 C t OX r.:T StR1ET, NEw Unt.nAs LL n lin. C. IBW'1, Editor and hblisher, P. B. S. PINCHBAGK, Manager. a - i] -TITRSTPPI : - DTauiel E. Young, Gr,.a nvil. it 101UISIANA : John A. W:ashingtn, JtLwk liºwk, c'oncordia 1'ri.,h; Lion. G. a Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Ant,'ine A Sterrett. H -hruvpnort, A. C. Rluti, Carroll Parish. DiISTRI(CT OF COLUI'MBLt ;--James A. D.oeen, W;shiugton City. I.LlXOLS : Lewis B. White, Chicago.. KENTUCKY: -Dr. R. A. (ireet, LoAui-. Ville. - Mn. C ro. E. Pasrrs is our special t agent, and is authorized to solicitI .hbscriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDAY, OCT. 22, 1871. 'IR CHI(UICE FOR PRESIDET., 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OFFIOER. P'Re'r -. B. S. PINCHB.ACK ofOrlesn~. itscoswor Ssc'r--WILLIAM VIIGERS. Coi r.zsP.NMr se SEzC- J. W. FAIUIFAX. MEMK3S (ros THE STATE AT LARGE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. H. 8. SCCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOIMPSON COAlKELY, of Rapidoa. ALBERTC (tANTI', of S...

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. — 22 October 1871

* !te: Th" N-A York Tribune.] T[le CcATTO MURDEIL The umurdo of Catto in Phila-s jnpLis has appareontly produced a ,r rtvulsion of feeling there a!Il tlh other outrages of the t duri-u the recent election. It cou to be a mattor of course tlt ("i%, it appears, for the I.ocraln police to guard the polls lt i,i1tebtly knock down or , t ,,.,.re, l voter who claiul their . : p t, nP1ort the Republican lu :ho Fourth antd Fifth ,rl .:t this and the p'eviouM n, :ro's were shot down Sp, sod no result followtd, .ur in the puunishmeut of law or t a,,,ti of public sentiment. lc ,,, mn udler the present , who atttempts to vote does it. S y at the risk of his life. 1lr V, a-l . s,.knowledged fact, but ,rv nl, ,i n), effect on the peace . ,  makrs until the assassnla :. roued them from their .:, intligmt call for the I..c n..tinri of Saturd'-y to de , ,, t!t' llrlrer was 8i .ned, . ,,. r' i.'. byV sline of the leading if tl: city; and the funeral, •.,r':y, is rE"Irrsenllted as im _:., itS di...

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. — 22 October 1871

INT !ýW T1lI4 ITEMS. Fifteen Great Mlltakes. It is a get mistake to met up ,our ow. stnandard 9f the right and wrong aTd juiel pcplc aecording ly. It is a great mistk-t to measure the enjoyment of othem by our .own. To expect uniformity of opinion in this world. To look for judgment and expe rionce in youth. To endeavor to mould asl dipo-I sitions alike. Not to yield to immaterial tri To look for perfection in our own aetion. To worry ourselves and others with what cJmnot be remedied. Not to alleviate all that needs al leviation, as far as lies in our power. Not to make allowance for the infirmities of others. To consider everything impossi ble which you cannot lperforru. To believe only what our finite minds can grasp. To expect to be able to under stnndt everything. The gret-test of all mistakes is to live only for time, when any mo ment may launch us into eternity. rlITho Misissippi River is 2616 miles in length, and is 1680 feet above the level of the Gulf at its utmost source. ...

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. — 26 October 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 1871. NU UMB SR1- E IAULLIANAN, OWNED,- LI)ITLD .LND MANAGED BY COLOR LI) MIN, I'1 PUBLISHED EVERY 1'IIA:tsmY AND SUNDAY MORN 1ý;S AT 114 CARONDELET STREET ';Ew (I ,LE.LN8 LA. S1'N. '. p. 1. PINCHBACK. Oaz.~ns, ., C. ANTOINE, Camno, t;E. V. . KELSO, RtAmas. H s. G. BROWN,---Editor. I: p. 1. lNCHIBA CK, IManager. C-.r Ti. orF St'ecrmios: - c.- eriz ......................$5 0(i ,ý 11 ,.: ........ ............. 3 00 TIyktr M.rns ......................1 50 i -,'.E ('l . Y............ • ......... 5. PROSI'ECTUS OF The Loulslanian. In the endeavor to establish another 1 pu!,li, In journal in New Orleans, thi pr,, prit ,"rs of the LOLiLusut, r' i' ' ' ftill a necessity which hla t.. : :,. il s nmetimes painfully fit . "t. In the transition state of':r ',T1j', in their stnrggliug efforts t., aitt.i th:t lvoition in the Body i' :'., a1i, h we conceive to be their dao. it is r,....

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. — 26 October 1871

Piwhli4.d Tlcnsj1 Sys jIýý Stup ý. OFFIcE 11l ('.RoNDi;l:lr IRELT, NEW O, LLA.', L.1. Wir. G. BGO iW, dlitor and Ptblither, P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. O'iR AGENTS. MISSIS.IPPI : - Daniel E. Young, hayouuM.. LOUISIANA : .Jl,hn A. \Wahinllton,2 Y. K..!~oV,A. ": :?! i : i.\:tin A ", ett, Lhr.:vlort, A. C. Ruth, Ca:rr,,11 l'ari.h. DIST'R1ICT OF ( sI, IIII. :--Juans A. D.Gr. .n, \Wahizigt. n C(ity. IJlINOIS: Lewis B. \Vhit,, Chicago. KENTUCKY: - Dr. R. A. Green, Louii ,;ille. ML:. GE.,. E. P u::. s is our spe.i:d a.i~tnt, and is authorized to solicit s; t.).,;c"'ipion1s and receive payentl of bili. THURISID.AY, OCT. 2a, 1671. i" J '11IlOIC'E FOR PIRESIDEXT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. CFFICERS. Pnrs'r -P. B. S. 'INTCHPIACK ,fOrleins. i:Th)CIN. Mje r WILLI.AM VI;ERS jOnRBRzEIONDINp S.c'r--J. W. F.AIRFAX. MEMBER=. [roe THE STAT AT I.r.Oc.] EDWARD BUTLER, of l'laliuemines. 8. S. 'CHMIDT, of Orhnns. -THIOMPSON Ct )AKELY, of Rapides. ALBEIr (;.\NT, of St. Llnry. JOHN PA...

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. — 26 October 1871

.. ,,,. otv in the Southwunt i, ,hr wr.' ugaged. l in the campaign, th.d .,l;i d ptice miht be done, the ,r - ' rnt from such States shalli t:ll I ote the Idlhg'atio would be ... t, " it re th.ey all present. Re i " r ton ,rle,, of( ', rgia : ,, .- 'e ,lv t' t u , of the annei: .ti: n),11ig) is now agitating the ,.. qun1stinn in wlhiich thel I t i, I t this eunntry are vit.dly S , ' : :' " , l i i t S .t h.. .' e , citizens of , C '. i',t'tin ll '. t rl, et 1. , w .ic Wl; , , ofirt' tha t h , arhe n, t this tu jet. a.l,. !. " l, ' of anly i ot|l rp,, i i l'liti I'C i\" ]),ittt o , - ., . .- i. ) ' Ait ,In : G r.; . I . ," : ..... ill thi-i r..-, lutl,)ii .l, , i b l Ia i , t ,rs, Ml.; H. I i hi '," I at h, i M.u ': I a c pli s.itio ll . ,: ,r ",i Jam"s A. T.ay S :rH m \'i.t ;;in.t, tu. (ri. l . ... " f :. a is is that S I , itu '.vatis , te1., wl ich I to 1 ," pllaced upon the re :n i was offered that the , T,, r, port this P. M. ,. .,ir ,loppiated| contnittees as J. H, . . Devea...

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. — 26 October 1871

INTERESTING ITEMS. 0- 7'E TEN jfOlANDIENTS OF TIE POST IPO1CE, 1st. Thou shohltlest remember the postaasetr does -not make the laws ; he is only cxpected to ex ecatc them. Id. Thoj ashouldest bear in mind the post office is a retail establish picnt, all for cash, so thou should sst never ask for credit. 3d, Thou shouldest come forward at the commaencemeuot of each and every quarter and pay all thy duoes for box-rent, paper postage, &c., in advance, for such is the law. .4th. Thou shouldest never allow .:r;. ticket of any description to Femain in thy box, but kc p it plcan, for cleanliness is .ext to Godliness. 6th. h,:en thou askest for letters give thy full name. If thou wishest an advertised letter say it is advertised, and give the d:ito of the list. Sth. When thug inquirest at the pc.,t eifice for mail, and thou art ,Ald there is nothing, thou should c4t not go home and send the rest of thy family to inquire through the day. 7th. When thou wishest newspal cr and other perio...

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. — 29 October 1871

itiUut~ ouisintn "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY OCTOBER 29, 1871. NUMBER 90. ."- l1it. Le ti1ISI.t.MAN, O'VtNED,-ý.T 11)ITE:I) ..N) MA A(;ED BY COLOR Lit MEN. N' PUBISliIIED) EVERY Tf1l;ýll~Y AND St'NDAY MORN-ý ltf,;"l l 114 ('AJIONDELET STREET ýlM 1 )ft E it%' LA. r is 1'INCHBACK. ORLIA\Q,' 1NrOINE, CADPO, 11'u4,. BIfll)VN,---Editor. J.Yiunvg(r. N "l.i"'...................3~ 1)0 Ihp 11.,' i*'.l . .. .........1. 'PIOSP ECTUS OF The T.ouisian.ian.. lj rlarto testaliisli another tiQr ifr~prnt r'C of tilt LouISiiANIAN, 1+,,,,'",n. '.,l++lniitiniei pinufully ft. if u't. In the traunsitiomn state f.u'i... in tlii'ir stntgglingefl'ortii (,t.' i,1'iILift If'f'.tiflu ini thet' Rudy 1'H 151 11,c Mifll'(i I't to 1)e thein *l" '- f ,fif.1 1 that m ill-h infor ~ . ;:" r, 1 f. .f e lc ' it'eu iI)t. ill ........,, ,! t)elick (+f a nteuJimu. I ~ "'I 151 iN ..1 f-,'L',ftllfil 1.1 tilt-.t" P'OLI('Y.1 S'I shntili 111' J1,t.'.flkf.t Ir ...

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. — 29 October 1871

PubMi.shl Tkhrsda:js aad Sundays. u OrcrCE 114 CAROSDELET a rREETr t NEW ORLEANS LA. t *m. C. BROWS, Editor and Publisher, 1 P. B. S. PINCH BACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. 9Iý$S1SWIPP : - Daniol E. Young, t (ireenville. IJULSIANA : -John A. Washington, JBlaek Hawk, Concor.ia Parish: Hon. G. Y. KeIso. Al xanidria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shrevep. .rt, A. C. Ruth, Carr 11 Prinsh. DIST IC:T OF COLLMBIA :-James A. U.Ureen, Washington City. ILLINOIS : Len is B. White. Cticagn. KENTUCKY:--Dr. it. A. Green, Louis ville. Mn. Gm. E. PARS is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and rec rive payment of bills. SUN1DAY, OCT. 29, 1871. LI DCR CHOICE FOR PRSEID E.T, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. QFFICERS. PFr.'T -P. B. S. PI\CHBACK of Orleans. Rr onoins' Sac z -WILLIAM VIGEIIS. t oRJIPODiNo SrEcr-J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. fFCoW TAE STATE AT LAER..] EDWA1:D BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT. of Orleans. THOMPSON Ct )AKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry....

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. — 29 October 1871

I.sttn1 F.rOi .LcsT PAGE.) le Ncctuplirhlx d in order to secure ! tr ou . 1 + the full enjoyment of S;tl p.iii( al rights, we shall interests calling for the 1 to'rts of persons of color. ..tt these ends are secured, s for separate action will caud, iU common with all other we can take our Tiaces r t1: interest of the govern . 4ustry or humanity may _ -reognizing only one of duty, interest or policy :1 ct'iCUS. .1 not ask the government -- of the United States to ý with peculiar favor, but n the policy of the laws, our rt ,r be giroipedl with those S the consideration of our 1) lies, and that, in the tti)n of the laws, no invi ';cti"+Ils be made to our ,r~n that the colored people represented by us have t strike out a lizno of thr actuon involving in nt common to the whole we 'ive, as a body, con I our labor in the past to . . the wealth ard promote "c, ;fre of the community, we a cass been deprived of one t chi f benefits to be derived fn minuStiy., namely: the acequisi n if educat...

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. — 29 October 1871

INTERE ING ITEMS. I lUsw Ia be Ipusrreiful. 1st. Consult Turn, Dick and Harry in matters of business, and then follow, not the best, but the last, advice given. 24. Instead of marching straight, over trouble with a firm front, crouch and let it nmareh over von. 3d. Have no mind of your own, no pelf-reliance. Be unstable atd shifting as the sand on the seashore. 4th. If you are knocked down to-day, conclude that your place is on your back to-morrow, and the next day, and so on. 5th. Because it rains to-day and is dismal, make up your mind that it is going to be rainy and dismal always. 6th. Never look among your clouds for silver linings, for rifts through to the blue sky and the1 sunshine beyond. 7th. Follow these directions close ly, and failure will track your steps like a b'ood-hound ; in adversity yon will be as worthless as an old rosten sheet for a sail in a gale of wind ; when fire comes, as came it' nust, you will find all the metal you ever hadi in you turned to dross ; and...

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. — 2 November 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1871. RUM5I4S1. -.r'TIE 1, I'I.!ANIAY, OWNED,-' FIITEUI .A!) IMANAGED BY COLOR iP .CEL R. Is PUBLISHED EVERY 7 p11"}:l AND SUNDAY MORN } ATT 114 ('ABONDELET STREET  IO"RIENAS LA. S.. pr. . I'INCHBACL Otuans, t- r sTOIE, Cano, , ig' Y. KELSO, RiPDEsa. ag. 6. BROWN,---Editor. p. B, S. PIN CHBACK, Manager. N- TanYs or SscarrrxPT: o:  yr. .. ................... 1 0 h i 3 ,T .................... 3 0 rxzr M:HN .................. 1 50 .. ('P............... PRIOSPECTUS OF The Loaiuinsa. In tile er.,lnavor to establish another Rvudlicfan journal in New Orleans, ti, pr-prit.trs of the Louisran-, pw,, ' ~o11 a necessity which has te1 l,'g, and sometimes painfully !..t t4 exist. In the transition state f ur IpeT,!!'. in their struggling efforts , natlain that position in the Body p',i;w, which we conceive to be their i w, it is regudtled that much infor t.u ,n, gt.laur,, encou...

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. — 2 November 1871

P',lishol Thuryt.ys asad Sudndays. ODrrle 114 CAz~ rOD r srsEE, NEw OHL .Exs LA. Ea. G. Wi, Euliir tad amblhIrr, P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. .QUR AGlIJT, . IiSIISIPPI' : - Daniel :. Young, O)UISIANA :-John A. Whahington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. 0. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, threveport. A. C. Ruth. Carroll Pariah. DPITRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. 1.)ire.n, Washington City. ILLINOIM :--Lewis B. White, Chiago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. L A. Oteen, Louisn Mn. G'O. E. Pns is our spedal agent, asa is authorized to solicit subscriptioas and recede payment f,r bl;ns. THUR1LDA NOVEMBER 2. 1871. QCR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Par 'rT-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RronmDsuo Sac'r WILLIAM VIGERS. ( Couar.xr-n4 Sc' --J. W. FAIRFAX. [ron TtE wTATE AT LAnGE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaqucmines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of P.apides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PAR$ON, of Orleans. A. W. HMYTH. (f Orleans. H. RARY. of Nat...

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. — 2 November 1871

W--f C),E.TL, FROY RIA I PAGEt.) LtrUa, this is a class Convea ., opo'sed entirely of colored ,. ,,,,,ler their peculiar con . ,rowing out of their enfran t'.i,t. therefore be it . That we deem it im '1, at this time to appear even , .te or anticipate, the action . re t Republican party, of .,. 1form but a fraction. Fll;,tt and others gave ,. in extended remarks ltin, relitive to the sub p. l l,1:"ing themmelves right, their position towards :iant, they refused to Sfar ahea4t any proposed \I: tt did not approve of en , n renomination at all in , ,cinveition, it being a Class Se,, but did not hesitate to tr e th" a,lhinistrttion indivi lhr I considered he had no tLrty from his constituents to 1:.tre th m to any line of political ]r l;, of Louisiana, spoke i.rt Iof the resolutions, pledg .p,;prt for ghe renomination of :. ,rting that Grant was his . s a he was unconditionally ,.;11111n hel was re:ady to go on rord, and desired the other :,. to put themselves in the . ,o htion. T!ce de...

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. — 2 November 1871

INTERESTING ITEMS. AI I11ZLN6 SICE?. Astrvnomial Phenom ice--Cifin in the SkR/--Flagers of an o9- to dretchled Hand-Signs in, th" Hear wo. m (F eo the Philadelphia Star.) tb About half-past eight o'clock last te Thursday evening, there appeared be a eingarm and amaging ight. It was witnessed by the writer of this m and a number of his friends and w relatives, and by others residing in tl Roxboro and in the city proper. A band or column of light was seen ha extending froma point of the hori- b zon about N. N. W., and nearly a peipeudicular to the zenith. This was its position as. seen by the iai- b ter of this, whose attention was di- d, rected exclusively to the phenomina as it appeared in the northern skier. Ik Others say that it extended en- i tirely across the skies, from the tl northern to the southern horizon. a To the right or east of this band oI A light, and not far from it, several other columns of light were seen. n They were of unequal length, vary- a ing apparently fro...

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. — 9 November 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9, 167.1. NUMBER 9. .,e-THlE LOCISIANIA4, OWNED,-Ia Ll)UlEr) AND MANAGED BY COLOR I:' YEN. IBS PUBLISHED EVERY ihtSIuIY AND SUNDAY MORN. gaS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET SEW (ºttLEANS LA. I'. It. S. PINCBBACK, Oar aais' I ANTOINE, CAno, iEo. Y. KELSO, IRAPIDm. inm. G. BROW ,*--*Editor. P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. TraMi ' *Srscsarrzo: -E nr...r . .. ............. $5 00 .r .....A ..................... 3 00 Tinas MoreT5s...................1 50 t 0ý.L: (o .Y.. . . . . . . . . . 5. PROSPECTUS OF The Loulsianian. In the endeavor to establish another Republiean journal in New Orleans, the propretors of the LoVXstAuts, propos to fill a necessity which has been tong, and sometimes painfully fltto oezit. In the transition state vfu ar poople, in their strugglingefforts h, erttin that position in the Body 1',j. which we conceive to be their J i. it is regarded that mach infor ati n, guidanc...

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. — 9 November 1871

ubl edP~iý"y3 aci ran 1r baA Orrics 114 CABONDFLET Srf.ELT, of Ntw Unzua.is LLa. vo Wa. C. BNOWN, Editor and ru1lisbrr, 't P B. S. PINCH BACK, Manager.1, 'r1 Orm irs A 4 S.S. , GreenRill. Ci LOUISIANA J'.bn .. Washington , Black Hawk, ('noi o;iii t'arish: Htu. (1. Co '. ]Ciho, A exant'ria: Aitutne . ýterrett, ;I Shreveport, .L C. Rvth, Cmarrui P :uit. DISTRICT OF COLUMilIA:--Jamey in A. D.Green, Washington City. hi ILLINOIS :--lawis B. White, Chie. go. ai' KENTUC :--D t11 A. Green, Louis- to ville. ýll. fIEO. }. YARIs to Old ýeeinl 0o1' agent, and is authorized to solicit . subso bptiong and receive payment K, of bills. ¶rt 'rIIs)SDAY, NOaEMI ER 9, 1k71. er - - - - - - -_ - ~ tse VUZ2 CIIOI(E FOI PImLNIDE-\T. 1 U. S. GRAN. STATE CENTRAL CQMMITYEE, . OFFtCf3L IaREs'r-P. $. S. PI'cliII'CK of Orlt. o Rtrecounru; Seer- -WILLIAM VIGEP.S. ti (osarQa'o5)jiNU Seai T J. W. 1AIRFAX. w rrnn TiE .TAlE .1T LATrG El)WAIt) lt ITER. of Fieluei:ines . ti. SCHMIIDT, of OrleanE.. THOM1'iSON (' IAKELY,...

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