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

( 1 which are jminted rea white in the reft of this id a _1 ter the accopimiodation 4f . t'iad ,uests. It was built, ldit 1' lY `Ir. Echevarrie, and iie whole, givel honor to the and part weilarly t' the buil b.a k the only Hall built ex , f.'r republican meetings on L.afoarche.-E.cckange. L VLi i4ESSNESE. ry p:1rt of the State 1"'t" rination tiut n.urders t r tire being committed liwless ruffians that in ,t Arts of our State and :e Ileircdattioas primc-i 1, ; blicaI is, a81 it 131s ,l. iiled, th'Lt in every in en the misfortune of \.titi, tJ be opp(ISed to igu of terror inaugu .;" and by wbich hun Spir inuo- nt men, de , uno n aund children were n, ni} the bloody h1nd of :. a` it they were so man" * .. and at tic? mercy of r+ r;,hersr. these' depredations ; (ate? De.; the Demo xp-:ct 1+ crrry the next 1 th- nane'.? Do they Sitthe Ltupublicana are s, intrit as t) he trampled a.1 allow theiu Wives ,. ran to be the victims of pwer. 1We ask do ti } t t.his of us? Are tiny . 'ti , organ...

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 November 1871

ID l. 1 LITTLE ToI. The sunshine of life is made up of very jttle beams that are brht th all the time. IY the nursery,on the or playgresnd, and in the schoolroem, hi there is room all the tine for little we acts o kindness that cost nothingR s but stn worth more than gold or p silver. To give up something, wý where giving up will prevent un- tý happiness-to yield, when persisting a will smoe and fret otfirp--to go a B little around rather than come m against another; to take an ill word or a erose look, rather than resent or return it; these are the ways in which douds and storms are kept off, and pleasant, smiling sunshine secured, even in the humble home among very poor people, as well as in families in higher stations. Much that we term the miseries of life would be avoided by adopting thbu rule of conduct. si S4L GENTLY. re Deal not harshly but gently with e the Editor. le has many cares. He d is struggling in a noble cause, and o you must admit manfully. Complain T only when yo...

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. — 12 November 1871

~ernPuki_ outs! nk "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." %OLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY NOVEMIER 1!, 1871. NUMBE 94. -THk (LOLSIANIAN, OWNED,'se ED1TED AND MANAGED BY COLOR p MEN, I PUBLISHED EVERY ¶HUIL$IlAT AND $QNDAY MORN.. pes AT 114 ('ARONDELET STREET ORLEANS LA. Sh .pas PANCHBACL Oai.ras' 1 C . C. A NTOLN E, CAnno, ( ia. Y. KEL4O, IAPIDU. /1W. u. BROWN, --F*litor. p. 1. P. JINCHBACK, MaHutger. - Tants or &uacacrrros: 31 sas MUT...................1 5. PIIOSPECTUS OF The Louisiansan. I,.. eid.'avur to estabLish another lrput.^-: jourual in New Orleans, Gin pr 4' of the rIsatixs, lropet, to l a necessity which. has las .sg, r& IIweaCtinew pIainfully fahr to eist. In the tranitiun state nioarr 1**iief istheir strugglingefforts tý attain st' pIoitifn in the Body ro:.tir. ,hicti we 'omneive to be their du', ;t ir. regarded that much infor adae, guidLav', enoeuragement, emeuuit ,aw reproot have been lost, in ia'rhv' of the lack of a medium, I:etl. ...

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. — 12 November 1871

1'ýbishied Tw,:ls iys as &a 3wtys. Ornicx it C&RoDwnsurr sraznr, N- w Onz.EAR IL.i Em. 0. 1IO1i, Editor and Pmbliarr. P. B. S. PINCHBACK. Manager. OU AOGNIK. 1R( 188I PI -- & K.s I .g.I Greenville. LOUIRLtIA : -John A. Waahingtou, slack Hawk, Coucordia Ppri, h; )Jon. G. 4. Kelso, Aleanudria. Antoine & Sterrett, Sihraeport. A. C. Ruth, Curroll Pariah. DISTRICT OF COLL'hBIA :-Jawes A. D.Greea, Waehington City. ILLINOIS :-Luwie B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. 1a. A. Green, Louis ville. Mn. Gao. E. PAIusI is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit aubecriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 7 $71. OUR CI'1OP'F FOR PHRASIDEVT. JX72: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICER=. psaz&v--P. B. S. PINCHBACK ofOrleaws. Itecoawue& Sasc --WILLIAM VIGERS. DakEsPOXDzN SBc'r-J. W. FAIRFAX. ýEMBIRS, Po« mo Krunl AS LAnRoL] EDWAIRD) BUTLER. of Phlquemines. K. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. * THOMPSON COAEELY, of Rapidea ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. J...

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. — 12 November 1871

u itseaif so long but for the ý[eterce of this system. But per µl wa can fud ftowhere a more ug illustration of the system of erastocrscy and slatery in tha,.South tILt anzu ng that class of society lý,i s the poor whites. Taught t`b1t ve that they were superior t, ryt~ slave and at the same time r mpelled by their poverty to realize "t thyr were inferior to the master, t l became in time to be treated , vltts by both master and "V) placed, as it were, between , upper and nether millstones tý were eventually ground to ýI r V1Vth no hope of bettering Scurl t'n they lost their many i n ceased to think and v bank into a state which was .u t,. behold. Thus did thisj of lanled aristocracy go on * " , the country, and de _ :i until it grappled with A fre.elmen and its star c l 1 upon the banks of the t:he ld system with all its ~. torn ities, after a terrible hia plcail away, and wise r nit1 of each race and rt ."v shiull profit by its h hld, rw that we havJ the shock of this 4Ie !n!n do ...

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. — 12 November 1871

51S315 VIII'S 31T11. A ceostrymran was is New York on an August Sunday, and croused the Brooklyr ferry in the morning, for the purpose of hearing Beecher. lint la, the Plyssouth pulpit was oc cupied by a stranger, who delivered a telenus, eomon p'e. sermon from the text, " tndheabld imou's wife's 'outher lay sick of a fever." Mr. Beecher was away taking his vacation. In the afternoon the man sought to console himself for his morning's disappointment by listening to F. H. Chapia. He was shown to a front seat by the sexton of E. H. Chapin's church, and in due time was horrified to see the minister of the morning appear in the pulpit. The poor victim heard for the sec ond time the sermon from the text, "And, behold Simon's wife's moth er lay sick of a fever," and went out of the sacred place Tory much din couraged. Mr. Chapin was taking his semmer vacation. In the evening the man, thinking to redeem in a measure the defeat of the day, accepted a choice sitting in the Reformed Dutch chu...

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. — 16 November 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIPICUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1871. NUMBI 5. -THE UI 'IANIAN, OW.rtED,-cOr .EDITED ANsD MANAGED BY COLOR MD MEN, IK P'RLIILED EVERY t1UgBRDAY AND SUNDAY MORN ns0s AT 114 CARONDELET STREET yEW ORI.EANS ILA. - p. 13. B. PINCHBACK. OtxA.'s .. ( C. ANTOINE, Canno, GI)O T. KELSO, RArinhe. gym, G. BROWN,---Editor. p, B. N. IINCHBA CK, 1pr Tane or SrcaSPWrrroX: is, r s T A ......... ............ IN Sr rsn ....... ............... 3 00 MWu 3l,,rn .................... 1 o _in. U , T. . .. .. . .... 1 6 PROSPECTUS OF The Louisiala. Ik the ro(,ver to e.tablish another Eepblicau journal in New Orleanw, th propri4nr of thel Lorr-uMA A, p to il a neieasity which haic bo Icong. sad nometimee painfully ft tLo eal. In the traumition state efsr peeple, in their strugglingeffirts t smis that pouition in the Bodyl PuLtio, whirk we ennoeive to be their dae, itis regardd that much infor aibos. guidanee, aneoragement, aese...

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. — 16 November 1871

T0o Lo isiania, .j I',,lis I fi etIs cJs a S ' I undlyJ. i Orrtic 114 CaitornmLr srnaLrr, N ,1-w O,.!FV.^s Iir., m. . G. BROWN, Editor ad Pnbl~ih0r. P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MIST:;:IPPI :-- Daniel E. Young, Grieevie. LOUISIANA : -John A. Wa~sLinr,'t"n. Black a.k, Couucr,li.a P'.rish; Honu. d. Y. hi,,lso, Ah x:n 1v::1 : A:iti;n . St, rr.'tt, *breve,)trt, A.\. C. lnth. C .rroll Pari.sh. DISTRI'T i)O;' 'Ol.UMI4IA :--James A. D.Ore.. , iWaioton City. ILLINJIS :- L,'4isa B. White, Clicago. KENTUIc'I: - Dr. R. A. Green, Loai; ,vilie. ?Ia. (:),. E. PAnrs is our special 4pgent, and is authorized to solicit subse'ripticon.s and receive payment of bilLs. TiIUlDSD.Y NOVIF.IBER 1C, 1871. OUR ('110OI( FOR PREJIDl)EVT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. $TATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. DFTCERS, Pur +'r -P. B. S. PINCIIB.\CK of Orleais. R1EronDnro SEc'Y--WILLIAM VIGERS. tupMlhk'oNcj1; SEC t -.. W. FAlIiFAX. MEMBERS. [An T.ia sr:TE AT LArOE.] EI)WARD BU'TLER. of PLiquemines. S. S. S('IIMIDT, of Orlean....

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. — 16 November 1871

-"'1 t ti nl the said article is r' thereof. ii.:tiouier s~ows that the said pas publication is peculiarly re ',.!sive and particularly injuri 1 to petitioner because of the .:cial office he holds as afore iour ptitioncr now further shows *i c.areges that the said Lbel, so t.1, issued and pub:ished by a: 1 ". L. West was so printed ,I. ar published, by the said S i'. with malice, and for the pur :. [ ,h.ftming petitioner. ,y.r petitioner further shows Sth., :ja;l~y he has sustained by .., 1:hbl is inappreciable in but petitioner is informed believes that the said West is .part.iv!ly an ~amecunious per and, therefore, this suit is .;n,;ht only for punitive damages : 'at San of $1000. 5.i:!; Dibble ends this petition f. : r a trial by jury. s!,ore petition is, from be , t,, nil, in the handwriting (It:. .luLd~. and is also signed by ',urmmn & Mott and S. Bel *, : f ounsel. .EN(E: )F IlXWKINS, THE l'OLYGAM IST. :a , THiiE CIUF JUSTICL. c";,T LTmE, Oct. 28.--Chief Jus I K, an thi...

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. — 16 November 1871

S:NTERESTING ITEMS. jI-.- I.-- :s:uuftc's Fmtwcumz, LAmALT ox r ;Lu,a -Says a New York ape- t ci., of Oct. 2th: t Late advices from England show s tihat there is a great fear of a finn p: nanic, Bismarck demanding gold fcr 'he English subscription part of 1 t e French war lon. The bills on t ls :sank of England are being pre r ;ted, and says the London Couri - a-rnal, "the only safety for the r: - ant is to deeine to diseunt the t .i,'. If Bisisaek demands gokl, ,io, him bank notes. Englan:d . :',r stuad as if behind batteries,' e.:s:a a note currency, as our onlyi a,'ce.y against the Prussian invader v ,o un lertakes our overthrow tb:,ngh financs. There isno such L munount of bullion as that which -ruvssia demands of France. All tb deposit in gold and silver, in . i.:He and private, in Europe and ATzerica is less than two hundred :=o li.n sterling. That would not co-'in to pay half of the indemnity. T :s believed that Bismarek intends t-: board the world's finances, and uneh Engla...

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. — 19 November 1871

t1. i a' s -w r 3:.k "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." voLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1871. NUBER ý\]) MANA(GED BY COLOR " . l; 1 1 SHED EN E RYS~.-·a .; .;.NI) M4J-I)AY MOR - ,ý 1 1 i.1UONI)ELET STREET x\.LA. c iYT OIN 'H" . -'ýr"E"x O' S' KELS4O, RArtwso. H~t W ---dtr F, p). s.~ INICIIBA (K, oR' ? t:ee7nP ir~w1 ityoN 'ý astir........ 300I ~M uaager.· ... ... ...........1 50 . Gi. IP()SIPLCT US OF Tie ]4au1Siali&!I. lý . p:dedN rcn to eatablsh another T" - .r an nal in New Orleaua, ,l); of the LoruviIRIAM , Snte'e'eity which ham ", ,..,J; ,. ^ .:. borln't inic14 pIeinfiue - t,;, 1,: 1'lie tra:isj,;tioi Matte u t: 1i'r striuglingefforts INti-.t u ill thle Bhody ,' .. wl~u-l, we mneei' to hIe their r"ý it ;a r, ,e~r1"o that mou-t infor A:¶ )+, gulaJrr""., euoouragegtent. n-1,4 du1 1 reproof have Hxetl' 1owt, in ,:reMri'oeflM of the lak of a moeium, ba ic li thtWeee dee'iCienci might ,m nl1'"1. We Ahalietrivo to sake ý.·. ? ,T"O.4eN1A.a...

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. — 19 November 1871

The Louisaulian. .W 4 r .)it N ..-. ilm. G. BO'W'I, Editor and Publislher. 4P. B. S. PIN H 3ACK, Manager. Ql'J, A -:NTS. 1.IS.Si'_ kli . Dlnti.| E. Yu'ng. .. Kd L ,,, A lhm u ,dr:. : A nt ,i'n .: .' errett, ,She. nt, A. C. lint i ', '.rr.4 I'ih. DISTR I"T ()O' ('I Il.'MI1,D.IA : s ne,. A. I. Grrtn, W&4,hiagt,. (itv. ILLINOIS : T,'f itI . Wl1t", Chi(,-go. KENT'I'CKY: I- r. 1I. A. (irc-n, Luuis ville. Mu. (;G a. E. 'P.uts in -uir lspo, itl agent, and is au,.thorized to solicit .sublicriptin.s and recei'e payment of bills. SUNI)AY NO',.,MJElt 19, IN71. l''T '!, 'E F ll.E'qDIE.\: l 72: U. S. GRANT. 8TATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. GFFI31FS. 1.., r . P S. ' I' IAC": R "f .Orlt . 'l:E- - .iLtx, S,' " - WILLIAM V1 I(ER1S. IreC".,.ut.1 ':, r J. W. .I"AX. ":~ Al "li' Ii 'LI:t. f I'1,:;n.inin' . S. 5. '!l\IIJ'T', .f l( r leT ,. I'l't1 'M l's' IN '; .1Kl:(.. ,,f Ia.pidtes. .A\ln. i i. I, ,t St. L tnltry. .1 IN 11 ';,A!W ' iN. f ,r! ir .,. AL W. S.MYi . 11 11 .,t . 1. 1I 'LiY. ' " " . h D' ...

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. — 19 November 1871

pll ant. He urged the col- i pt to insist alwayvs and .re u ilponl thtir equal rights, 1 i,,'., lawnl. He said, "Itis til: to teach equality if you do p1 .tit.a it.' It is well Aai and tl duty of cnn'c hen SII to do wha:t. he catn to 1prejlldiCP. If puiblitc 1".taitt dl the sanme kind of: ,",i p t1 citi7.ctl thllt it tillcr 1Ice ('I curted, aid ILt a :LULL. If, f' r ii iii - or the teriiiais i"1 !Iiun.i h t'P'1; ai~il I ri lintl itiI~ '&Ie s 1)1' i,"1 hi't filti to hart arm t ihe r:... of u;. It !rt' u ~, l perpetuateo tilt * :i.u. is L et eI:,.t fi,. r, Iit Itlraion. 7. v ;l. 1liu dispetl it.---IlIor :1t iidr, Ltut Rauhf. - - N · i triIritt r tinh of the tii.' ..a: the icw is It. 'n:,::and take 0. rt the pr'tet Frtnihuu. flag. lK" puert, " -,ti ' l·It 110k ' tlt rt thatt t. ·r ·ý . I " triag paL rty in f t'..rlinails , ed anion~ 12 l, his~ 0Ot~oc ll t itilt: icl huul,(' tful wh etli ictr +' ,t s. rt has et bCeiien . cult ir inltiou. 'Ji the Ptope wo~uld bet fti P ' Diet u' 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. — 19 November 1871

for the land or right of way with the owners of the land through which it intends to make said rail roads In case sad Ulands belongs to the estate of any deceased per son, then with the executor or ad luinistrator of such; or in case of the samu e elongiug to a minor, or a person ,o,,e I,'s,,le uec,d ,i, then with his or her kuardian or tutor; or in case said laud be held by trus tees of school sections or other trus tees of estates, theu with such trus tees and s.i4t exeeutors, ajministra tors, tutors, guardians and trustees. are hereby declared competent for ouch estate, person or minor, to contract with said compasny to use, occupy and paosess the lands of such estates, persons, D.inors or trustees, so, far as may be useful or snecessary for the purposes of said railroads; and the acts and deeds of such executors, administrators, tutors, guardians or trustees in re lation thereto, shall pss a title in such Jands in the same manner as if the said deed or act was made or done by I ...

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. — 23 November 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIICUMSTANCES." .oIM UME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER s3, 1871. NU :.Ii t .,IK MACAGEP BY COLOR '. M pi BIUJSIEI) EVERY -r;,,YT AND SUNDAY MORN . , T 111 ('RONDELET STREET ýr jI .E· ', LA. prýoPZlPPOIRlB. .S I; I'IN'HlitA('K, OnLtxsas %NTU!NE, C.LUO, , :' Y. KElSO, tArwes. 11i. ý".I RO WiN,---Editor. I, p. s. .I'IN IBA CK, Mfana rger. p- lTr.a' nr Srum.rtrrtIoW: ! .. . .. ......... $5 0 ......... ... . 3 00 Ti,a W ,,m ......... . ......1 50 I oSPEICTUS OF The Louisiaitan. In ti 'nd~avor to establish another 'ri. ,,, j,)irnal in New Orleans, ; 1, l,,,,i'; r of the LorUISIANIAN, .-Ir t 'il a necucity which has t i:.; sometimes painfully- fct o ,.,Lo. In the transition state rpl.:,, I, in th. ir struggling efforts :: t position in the Body W' . w'h we c'onceive to be their -t is regarnlrd that much infor no,,!n, guit1hnce, enoouragement, . weI and reproof have been lost, in eC~:,Inenice of the lack of a medium, ,r'omgh wh...

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. — 23 November 1871

PboWli ,.i " I ' ;"',""/ 114 ~ .. ' /1 .. OFvIch 114 ('a'',uiAwr "r P.vrr, NS:vw o0(  . Tx_ tn. C. flu':. Eitor and Publiuber P.B . S. PINCH BACK, Manager. OUR AG(ENlS. MIIbfAIilPPI : - ',,.: F.. YunnK. 'll-UIS~I : J.,hu A Wd;,i.ipg*n. blrlk Hawk. c'nnerard Psrih. Hum. (. I KeI., A.lrrari in AuL,ine t-rr-tt, tbtturvepolrt, A. (. Ruth, tTrroll PFrimh. Ii'+TtICtT O(F t',i.NBIA : da t I).c;re-u, W 'hintot tCy. I.LI.TN( 4: .twin I Whi, ('hit go. -KENTUI' KY: 1-r. J. A. ;r,.n, L.,ri Till& Ma. (}ER. E. P~a~n ifs < special nnt, and is anthorized, to solici "iierril'tiinA anll receive payment o. bills. THURSDAY \o, dl231iB 2.. ,1i71. Ug. S. GH T1I STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE CFITLER . r' - P. 1;. M. IaIN.t:Ct A(CK orfn rl.ne*. M.MELRS. ".rou 'Ta u'T K AT LAb:.)'.] Ili wi A.1, 1 F [-ERR. of Plaqu-etine. _ •"& . S. SCi.',Lil!UT', m Orleinr . Ti, iM31':4,N C )AKELYT. of irapids.. ALII:'r (; Y :LT'. of t. Iantdrr. dJ ) II' P l. ,f ,l: :Mn e-. A. W. SMY .fi. ofirl. A E. Ii RAHY...

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. — 23 November 1871

" r ..l. ,I i. we L,4v1 a riht o10 up - OUt S . it-.,i. for a Preasident 1f .X h, ~ ..;.l"; , i " Satl. be i rusheid Iy it In drumy do all thime rting Cal , the outrag of which 18 t prence o f armed al- t.t K. A " .i," a rpublicanicion- 8i1 I r .si t. if hI be a jlust nulls. , ,,1[ ,, rm toward himh. While Ano r ':i:t :-al leaJt ll .l11o 1 ' ", . t ,~ i," :tle lmtny who dleik ofher I , n favi r oI lut.rid "11 .,,,,, ha"v sll the Rp. h i it nft . ori-i aer. h " .' ' . . 1'," .1 ,. " t'i'i .1I" t*,I h t h is T, T , , , ; . " it n i il(* Sl( t r hlll h , il l  '1·II ·''.' T + ill -l t ~*1? I i. It . rrt u iRI a. i . , ,llr .1, the raI- . "i-. ,. 'th hy en army l r.:tn.ii f, r hI e I t 4 ,I the ii n 11. on HeR if* lte wria rri* I Ir, , c ,p i -e t Il rTl.A th t l l',I S, w, .utuplain. Silt n.. o Fr 1.u Teht it i the h 4 (ifT " " ,, , I , I " ti t, t h a s bo r ' l (r 6 w l . ' - " i' l' , . , , l tl", in t 'il " spilte :t'h* ot . . i, i, ik a , uncil of en" It nCi pari' tb t*l...

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. — 23 November 1871

,.. d liveortl :o tle. (lviunor of tha i-'*t~ of Liui.siia, and if the same shall be in conformity with tle pro visions of thin act, he shall endorse his approvl in writing thereoin and case the said nmort~iage thug tip the offee of the Serrt-:r"r of Salite. Such approval ,by the (Ioveruor shall be conclusive as to the suli ciency of the form aLi rexecution of proved to be recorded at lcngth in said mort gjo, and as to its cnu forimity to the I,r vi.onas of this act; and such recording shal be conclusive notice to all persons of said mortgage, and such lien shall be paramount to all othi r liens and aatum brances upon the mortgaged premises, txcept the aforesaid lie of the first mortgags to the extent of twelve th,.is lad ive hundred dollrrs, inl g I, coil, of the United States, anu1 interent, on each and every mile of s.id m.:in line of rail road within the State of Loui.,iana. Sec. 19. Ie it fartlher enacted, etc~., That when the said second mortgage sh:dall have been so do liv...

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 November 1871

bt _1 _ flu 10 iift t __ "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIPCUMSTANCESI" iOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1571. NUMBER 98. 1) f1ll L Js[ANIAN, OWNED,-1Bt t1 1P .LN MANAGED BY COLOR gg IN i'UfLh~~I)HE EVERY -1 AND SUNDAY MORN g T 14 C&R(ONOELET 8Thth'T \U. (l.LA\? LA. ý,. nB.1:1\t LA - -- -~ I 401-=salaPPORaB. 1 A PINCHIJACK, Onz.wtu e ANTOINE, CADno, , FY HEL.SO, RArmu . Irm... IIROWN,---Editor. 1'. l. . P1 'CIIBACK, Manager. .raur or Fescrrw-=M : 1114 .$5 on w.%I11 3.00 ti ......... .1 so PROSPECTUS OF The LouIsiIna.: In tb.' endeavor to establish another yrlteran journal in New Orleans, the prgrietIrs of the LomaI4xUN, pprule to sil a necessity which has be, ,,, n sometimes painfully Pdit *o ,t. In the transition state e nor ppIl,', in their struggling efforts n ,lnenl that position in the Body PAet, which we conceive to be their rn' :t i" rogaraind that much infer pnena, guidance, eneouragement, aseaeel snd reproof have been lost, in mseqli-een -f...

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 November 1871

The at ignja&. I kars 15<. i 4,84 . <fayo/ OFrc I ill Cs RONDaLET S ftEEiT, Niw OuLawxs LA Wa. G. BROWN, Edilur and Publisher, P.S. S.PINCHBACK. Manager. OUR ACIENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - D miud L. I unti LLOUwSA.NA :- Join, A. War'xing:on. ;lack Hawk, conerdiaa arish; Hon. (:. S. Kelsn, Alexftndria: Anit ine A ýt -rr. t, * oevvpoirt, A. C. Ruth, CarruIl l'Pri.,lh. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA : James A. D.Grelen, W\ash'.ington ('its-. ILLINOIS : - -rc i., B. Whit.. C'hir,+;,',. KENTUCKY: Dr. R. A. Gr.men, L, ti wille. Mit. Gieo. E. PARSs is our s1 <cia agent, and is authorized to solicit subseriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1871. Ul (JHOItCE FuR .PRESIDEXT, 1B72: IJ. S. GlANT. STATE CENTPRAL COMMITT".. OFFICERS. Pnassr--P. B. S. 1'INCiIIIACK aof or1.:ns. i{ecot~n0-'PC' \\e v WILIAM \7JOUKiS., EWnO'ffrlwni KnC"--J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. 4p g; st.A.i E I.AracX.. lJilW4Rlb IvrTLRII, of P1.tl'1cminos. 8. 8. SCHMIDT, of )rle:ns. T'InITOrPS('+ C'AKELT. of nr.imi...

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