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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 28 May 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TM, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, MAY 28 1871. = NUMNER 46. 'TflE WrISAIAN. OWNED,.W :DITED AND MANAGED BY 0L0O .1W MEN. IS PUBLISHED EVERY TSCMgDAY AND SUNDAY MORN. 1%011 AT 114 CARONDELET STREET SEW ORLEANS LA. sýzorasssbowns. :-ON p. DS. PICaRACK. Omuain, .C. . ANTOINE, Cman. 0o0. T. KELO. Rarram. Was. G. DROWR,U*Eiter. p. B. S. PINCHBACK, Massager. pr Tsawe of susecamex: -" pis Yssa. . . . . . . . . . . .$ o x . . .. . . . . . 100 Tessa ntas . ..... .150 btps Cort .. 5 PROSPECTUS OF THE LOUISIANIAN. In the endeavor to establish another .epoblicaf journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the Loszanesxw. propose to All a necessity which has been long. and sometimes painfully fjlt to eaist In the transition state of our people, in their struggling efforts to rsSin that position in the Body l'olitio, which we conceive to be their da., it is regarded that much inform stos, guidmace. encouragement, courn. eel and reproof ha...

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 May 1871

Ni:1 O(Jr.i .s 1 .. 404r&. lWif , Enter and Pnubsthr P. B. S. PINCH BACK, Manager. - - JU1 AGELNTS. LOt'IiI.LNA :iohn A. Wasvhin tn *..hes, a-ssummianii raran; lnon. ir. Y. Iediglr3Z t1 iik; kntoine &; lterrett, e rrt, A. C. Ruatn.lr; .Lrjiruisia. 1)NIT;I t'"' 4F C VLU.13I4,-- James A. DI40t.n, Ri h bingtoe r'ity. IiLa. li=,sh L-I. im B. White, icago. Xi.:tWfj L(r :- Dr. It. A. ree~n, Lost silk. . pi'1: (.11O1.. FIB r)'JJtJNE' 'T, 1872 .',. S. G 1ANT. 'º Iur rekadri will be glad to le .rl, aad ~u are .reud to an 4tivtý ,that N9.tlJuu ýts,;qrwalthe . , º otf T. - 11a Martain, cinq., lip -nt t, 1 l* ý.h t ' - tL. k l: rw s tSn e!cl ttve usu of his *rrIgric& Douglass, Eq.. con tinues his article-i oil Santo Do *mingo, in the Ner,'tomd &ra, and bIlAIs on to the polioy of annxation; while l ev. Henry Highland Garnet *ppo.es the policy and attacks its princ;ip.J uegro 'advocate through one p~ut>it of Shilouh Church-in New 1 0rk ('it\'5 To s'e tkoe gentlemtrta:raigned AI...

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 May 1871

STATE OF LOUISIA .*UL~ BY AUTiIui . 2%.. 1. ".0 U_" the `iUrn of t" I `'1111 ii iftY thi-.ý:iiid t'º3e. 7 11;: f ,1" the j,\ i~' :* t1 ullt 1'/t ,tlL9(i Of 1. 0:" ~4,,.t .iiv of the 8rtu:: . v` 1. Be. it i'nacttdl Illt. ... H-uus* of Pelt " ii 4 )~ili\ l'. lh'.r"n( 1 : 3t.l 1- 11iaL' V 4* U.' he sa.nlcis t1~ 0-i a~) II l'* 414 :1 1!Lef tl fitTii ,tiU.Ltne toliftv '11 * l ,hvf.\" ilui to u tt¶ k liii fthe lith in tc nh SLUr. :''101:7 1111:: CARtE. I i ''I 1I~ C. \.A101(" iLit (i , s 'I' l.',te.\ o 1, it. le~ti 1^1(1' "' , 'I. t' , ji L41 . "t Al \";.: IhtTi' .t t l .. t 1, n t+ l l ~ In it I. 'll 1. '11.1' "'l 111:111' 4!ft~i 1 '. f 1, 1. s111iRi~lll I 11t V.]~l"! 111 . Kt.uwt g .. Itit l~lt nt. i .t : .,.1. 1t~ l .I-) .".. X iul r""' The paris of Oaddo tb 11 form one drtri bc'rntepetota Se.steýr. . . 7Th1 ^ p)a7'iiles" df De t oto;^ itChtI to.h4xs and t q o"4k e is ti iet and clect two Senators. hie parish "of 'ji$itsl shltll form ue di 1I ur pp" ;1cnator. l . The parishes of Catiti...

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 May 1871

8T $'AJO4TS. VIC$SBPDO AND BENDBS. S f n w'p s o em TJxM a aw'.I Leavs.Nij.. .51 u _, giTebgh's PsiaL Frau `hppt. Leba lTr hsa5 Tramaylvenia, smWi X" DeAhpert, Lg 4b.3b A Os J - sass~ Urnc so. ssgo T sodaSi Iq0wm50 WS !11 OMAi J. Y ýWrsU. Vuir;'~A Br. Loss us Ne pas asm Pass; MoS abtmo.am, a ho anl Witbpik5S5" W a8 ini gs thae be. aid TallabateieS wasthewi lese inowsal 3hotat Oathe MIMEimhu d Pa rd. a~esseswaº116a .4s xsersswtes CAIRO.0 8.as A wl 1emps 3u p- P&=ows wada-0159 ta go Louis Throu.gh Tstkeb fannishe4 at lawmst Css ta toil peoint West mad Nesth, by all the vaulom tenses Yh Meuhm -aa * as Geaknee OWea, t cOmomm tivA. thogh. l O O fB ladinl toI p10t CoSmo sn £c. 0. WAYE IreatAgen.AI JoHa N. UoFINGfl . President, B Eib a qflad, id 1 ea bs an O~h i ovraLs . I~he tlio Tb Cetaralba logned at the ocee of bAMsi T. TCKER, api. 6-ti 26 Caroadelet s Ae`a NEW ORILEANS, CBICAOO U AND THE WEST. "' rE ILLINOIS CENTRAL BALR.OAD 1 S W Oa L i n e , V ia C a i r o , a JaOHNo DAns, AN 5 ...

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 June 1871

Iie emP _ "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." on L1UMME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIAN4,THURSDAY, JUNE i 1871. NUMBER 47. i, N Av 4GEI) BY ('(LO , . ý  I,'t.1'IIH D EVEI:Y ,, - INDAY MV iN . , t I, :1NI;EI-ET ST1EETI : - i " lcx · !'.'K.OR l. L AlsI. * L ", t' I, l EL -Till l)aN er. I , ,A .A AI fA S Ii· I t *1 11 1 i 11' 11 TIl:E I,(ISIhINIAN. i , till in N,.w h'ir.'wr m St ...t 'l il th,' '.,i 1b, a1 , itr t1 l. an . , .1. l:tt ,un h in f,,r - S . , ,' 1 1 , i ' ,. ""1 n . 1.1'1 , A'f a u . i' n. . \1. .h'vl stt'iv, to I .tk " . , l, ~1~I :t r, ,/ 1 ," , I', 1 tlll ,, S. . ,,. , ,tit l ,t St .I'M N ft, ".".1 .1 `l ' i :1 a n ill .. Ill I Il t ,O Ai.n A- tit L t 1 . . 'I Al I'1 .. - " , i,"' I I '1, , 1. 1 1 l - S , ti• Ill l ,V.li ,.t. ,'-. tA', .t .r :,ith .. 'l 1 tIAn 'h A' in , i AL' t nl All i 1 . A t" l -i IIi S ' . *.. , I u'. l . n I St" ,tt, N , NI, . I,..riK n m l ,, N 'hem A, W''ht.if dIll , ' ! .. ,',i TIINI1 t,', sold. " ' "I"' . ' 'lAA1Lo llTrBi C.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. — 1 June 1871

'The iais ial.& 001 Pnidishel Thursdsys asad Sundays. l Orcsa 114 C *noNnE.rr mrBET, NEW htLEJ s LA. ceE w1. G. .B3OWN, Editor and Publisher, w1 P. B. S. ANCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. o ed MIg l8lIPPI :-- Danid E. Young, m4 Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John-A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon . G.ne Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Atoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. P DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:-James vii A. D.(reeu, Washington City. t, ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Ohicage KENTUCKY:-Dr. It. A. Green, Louis ville. cr in Stl U. S. GRANT. t THURSDAY JUNE 1 1871, t1 PARTY FIDELITY. tl tl When the spirit of fault-finding el takes possession of any of us, in h regard to party management, it c Imay be well to record the anecdote T told of some divine who, when ask- d ed what he supposed would be the ° greatest wonder to him in heaven, it readily replied: "To find myself there." The fact is, we have the o right of criticism and we don't know ib what to do with it. In...

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. — 1 June 1871

LaifN' "T t (- r, w "!' es of extrem- . Ser r, t t'. preaching, with " rc hi: ar" we able fullyt N. t• : , r hitt'i s the wholel h ' " lnither itates even half p, erl' to represent it. ,l, 4limul th.tt the! pa it should'be al-' t.l ,- ird lr€ having S . ;", :r: thInou~rl tt,. affection. • prd •IJ ' p ,ri - , , hart toward the'e to work out a.. t in the ethical  ,i4s of the pre- " 1.4 deemed to be : ,It no other is  of the Christi n, S .' r cla.s deimands 1, I ~il he a4 exclusive- - et .t,' t !V ' f .dtl ,a r'ditiea, r r *I. lri'2el nt relationis "' ,' - o ...1. u, c r e e d s , td t -"t. i :it thlv deem : ,; .1 tl u· and iulp:ll , . . ... ,; and profsssional i , P!!.1, .'''1''' ' preachllin,, v ,t ::, l:.,i i m st wanted in t I . " , 'is are righ't, i s,";mnc respects:' C. . " r -' ,-,.:tsthe whvli:!e m'1h i 1-' . ,mw:npleted, an]d' .t: .. ,,-~Ii :. nW ' the tw ', ' 1' tIhu l: 'I. ,' ,"XVI : r . Lh"t ci:. tii rin in th. , t j.:: 'ing i, - th1 ,: ..... . l ", r , .1 r il, l" 1 ...

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. — 1 June 1871

IITElLI II S JIIL Three quarrymen in Lancaster county - Per.n, having been to the powder honue for a keg parity illed 1 w:th powder, atopped at the smith shop for a drill, and set the keg down in the shop, actually moving the water keg used for tempering to make roomt for it. The smith mistaking the powder keg for the water keg, put the drill, with a tem pering heat on it, into the powder when the explosion followed, blow ing out the side of the shop, and sending the man who brought the powder under the bellows, burning him in a horrible manner, and also severely injuring the blacksmith and the two other quarrymen. ... A fight between a rat and two rattlesnakes-a copperhead and a rattlesnake-took place at McKees port, Ohio, the other day, which lasted seven hours, and resulted in triumph of the rat. The copper head was killed, at.d the rattlesnake would have suffered a like fate had he not been removed. It is alleged that the rat showed considerable gcneralship in the encounter, 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. — 8 June 1871

I "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIjMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." voLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURBDAY, JUNE 8 1871. INUMBE 49. iE 1,': .1NIAN1A, OWNED, *1k AND\1 MANº'AGED BY COLO jl ilF:ý, i" I'N UBLISHED EVERY 1 AND SUNDAY MORN. . 114 '"ARONDELET STREET 1'1t('11BA1"R, ORI.erN t II.i". BRIOWN,--- Editor. 1 0. . . . :R ( I (º I," Till: ILOO iSIA' IAN ,_"d~ in Nom I Ou- ( ,ril·..l· '... ',.its V1ii'l i Ii L'. I' til ' " !.t )aiti lfilll 4 ill i i' :1)441 1, I II. thu " L ti n4'k i'f tI InN "ijll ' I, h I str11t t o i i. II lilt i. *. /'It 1 .iv 4 4/4.441 flat 44/1 ' * "tllQue 11l)414 I-i (T L , t ý'" h ri t 1' ,44.. tit. .t I w". "; 4 11. 11, 1 44 Il . ' 1'. t: t' C1 : tIC " : 4 144 ' 14 ' tr- l 1 :ii s 'li·liiir v:,~ t t· * I ''''" 44~Of ltw. t !·-·: .. 1"i nu'~lili s, uui I ' XI ·frll LL Irt .41441'trimlt' of ill f.1:1 t4\lh~tti(41 of441 tit I in ii4Itilt il )Hf ntla * *44411n14 'Ii '4'.ithi tile, 44xigt'l' 14It . Igitilteltl' oleli ga' Sistl Dabi'ling },.t1." r:41141it'o oft'lr "4 ...

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. — 8 June 1871

TheLouisianiM. Pa'uashld 7Thyrtsd and BSraadas. c OFrrcs 114 CARosD.ITr rawsrr, N:w OrILEAM La. Wa. G. BIOIS, UFltw ma hublIaer, C P. B. P. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. a MI8SI$SIPPI : - Daniel . TYoung, 0sreeuville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Waahington. r Black Hawk. Cooonrdia Parish; Hon. 0. ' Y. Kelso, Alexandris; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth Carroll Parish. 1 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James t A. b.Green. Washington City. ILLINOIS : -Lewst B. White, Cieago. KENTUCKY:-Dt. IL. A. Green, Louis will,. O(R1 CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. T'HURSDAY JUNE 8, 1871, THE TIMES PINCHED. The New Orleans Times in last Monday's issue published an edito rial article called "Pinch," in which the effort made to be funny was fun lter than the fun, and yet its at tempt, was even more ridiculous. We pass by the poverty of edito rial resources which forces the Times to merely "pinch" a lecturer when its intention was to knock him down, and we ignore its disengenuousness, in tryin...

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. — 8 June 1871

_ or TlE STATE OF LOUISIANA. t.BLýIED nBY .ATHOITrY.] S ANACT . ,ril), FROM 1st. PAOF.] s rible ; and which peti Sbe served on the vendor, r, debtor or party in in lf resident. If an abseentee Ie set forth in the petition, a."dJge shall appoint a curator :o represent such absentee, aho petition and citation Sb; wrved. 5. Be it further enacted, etc., -r l, tY defendant in such t, tio,ns shall have the same -as in other, suits, and, in his r hichi shall be under oath, ither admit or deny the facts i:u the petition ; whereupon ; le shall proceed to trial,and, -raring the evidence, shall r ju ilient establishing such b ..l,, ,ortage, judgment, or ,tr.ltg as the evidence proved ,.a\td ; and no other is r:,., than the existence or ut,.nce of the document S;, I, establishcd, and when ,:,;,eh(d shall be executory. ,ll hve the same force and :, the origilal could have. . Be it further enacted, etc., ti~r otath of the plaintiff to the atonls of his petition shall be Sfacle evideince of th...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 8 June 1871

ITEIESTIeI ITEINL A beautiful bird was recent ly caught in Dinwiddie county, Va. (the It is about twice the size of a com- one mon partridge, with back sad wings the of a handsome brown color-the We breast like a dove's, and legs, which on t are long, of a greenish hue ; but the lish bead and bill are the mor.t striking parts, and hard to descibe. In the his center of the forehead a bright scar- aP let strip about a quarter of an inch of ti broad inms down from above the this eyes to the root of the bill, which it completely envelopes for half of its "tha lentgh, the other half being of a del icate, yellowish color, curving grace fully downward at the end. The my )bill is a little score thaw an inch in ape length, and the scarlet strip up the gr front of the head is perfectly smooth, like wax. ten ... The new professorship in of t Princeton Seminary to which Pres- lini ilent Aiken has been called is en titled "The Professorship of Chris- lips tian Ethics and Apologetics." The get en...

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. — 11 June 1871

- 9 Jlf ~ "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIEA;fl ALLJ~ CIoJvTet' 'A3 U . VOLUME 1. , .NEW ORLEANS LOUrtIANA,,SUNDAY, JUNR .1 .1671. \,l(I Nr) MANAGED BY C"OLA U,; .isA ISPt-BnIMHED EVERY IU'l1; 1/ 1:" AND) SU'Nr).Y MORN " t.. 114 ('ARON'DELET STREET ' t ii IJ.LA.N4 LA. }( p }" It1.IINCHBACK. OXLWSrt, e'. NTOINE, CADDO, ( Y.' . KELSO, RAPIDESe. j. .S. PIIN CII BACK, .. 1 y 0 ' ,., ... ... .. ... .. t5 ( .I' . . . . .. 1! 1 " 1y . . . . . . ...1 50 PROSPEC/ TUS O F TIr LOUIS! ANIAN. In tI 'it" "It't4.tr to etatbdlish a~nother B i' ,h,. "1j,,iirual in Ne'w ()rh'.tis, t;.lr;r$"hr of the. 1(401 4NI.\L\, t ~.~ fill i n('ees'.ity which has (,. :, , 1 441'snltilues painfully f \i-t. In the trans.itionl staite F, ,'1r , .l ill th"ir strt~lgglling((florts t. 1a tha~t 14(t'itit4Ik ill the Bodly wlil.'ll we' cnetive'.4 to be their Str, g.u',ld Chelt nmuch inform ~ ," *,1iI, ,4 4'iet. rraetni'it, (011n ', 1"Iii".,f have 1be.-i lo14st, ill .1,,," , th''" Intk of it Inittlit4ni, IWe s41all1 strive Wo make. 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. — 11 June 1871

Tli Llateaian. a PadbUatd Thrsedays aad Ben&days. et us Omuo. 114 Camouawar srser, Wa. a. " st, atinr .ad i.bllsher, "o no P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. 4 OUR AGENTS. P. th gMUSNgIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, di Greenvilm LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, s Black Hawk, Concordia Pariah;,6 H. Q. bh Y. Keho, Meaudhr; Antoine A strset th pbrevapo,- A: C. Bath, Carroll Pariah. DISTRICt OF COLUMBIA :-James aU A. D.Green, Wdshington City. eg ILLIo i-NLews. fi. WlWhite, CCica. e. KZNTUCKY -Dr I. A. Green, Louim rule. W, pUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 18Th U. S. GRANT. SUNDAY JUNE 11 871, P BAD BLOOD AND BAD POLICY.P Now aim Um" is the heading of i an article in Friday norping's New Orleans mema. Among other things it says: o "Eighty or nintey years ago the Legislature of Georgia, who? had fl peen sednieed from duty and hones- .1 tyto vote fora great land job by to bribes, when detected, were hunted - with hounds, and driven from the State. The indignant people did nct even spare their lives. The l...

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. — 11 June 1871

ls are ru fellow-labor - and fellow-soldiers. Let us be 7h of the yelt3o)D " gf teslaly charged wuAM I 10 elected to my present 050. that I would at once case the re mova1 of all the teachers employed no the city W hool This charge like many othus, has been found tobe utterly groundless. ° I challenge comparon of my ( tratment of these faithful workers b wib that of any predecessos, and am certain any critic capable of   adsrinng a impartial judgment a S anfrom the facts I have done ]a more than any of them toward P m g the position of the teacher l d New Orleans honorable, proita- P Me and plemenlt.1 l Ishall proceed in the futuresad d adhere as fals to my views of du t asl have in the past, and not w Ive up till I shall have Axed on an P immovable foundation, a free school h 94,m of which this State sbhal be h gver prod, sad which no storm of apposition can ever uproot, is coaelasien, I will say in the k words fitly chosen by another- 'There is a general forward move went all alon...

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. — 11 June 1871

Sio N' Q0 sh (#P Su4)f's dre t o area that his bean nr will ~, be planted iii'ktlon in Georgia is I clei hilly equal to what was plante&last t year. Many a poor fellow next tris year will be over supplied with cot- Ki ton, which wrill be very cheap, and I' will have to buy cri had provisis a 3f at high prices. Such farmers will wi soon have to shut up drop. The Ki eotton cro),of 1841 will probably be . not less than 4,600,000 bales, the La largest crop, with one exception, bu ever raised. The Capitalists who o have I e -n supl lying tte credit u upon which these great cotton plant- wil ing operations are bAsed will not Ge find any special eqbouragemznt ine helping the planter under -Le nn- phu favorable condition that are rapid- if ly developin. "?et, i spite of thr - most earneatL wanity from the Southern agriculteral joarnals theftt cotton cufteie ".is Jneceaing. ThetlW Cuthhert flat') Appeal prints the l's fohllwing io this connection: a I " We place in nomination the naltes ...

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. — 15 June 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY jUNE 15, 1871. NUMBll. SIF: I. t NAI~NIAN, OWNED,' I \II Ml.\A GED BY COWE-V V,1CI I tBHLTI1LD EV'ERY; N\ D ·\I) S1*NDkY MORN-1 CA "..,. I 'I t dION DELET STREET " p 1('P INl1'K. ORL'.AW+, Si..TOIf.. Cnrrn. ý m".(:. MT OW N ,-- Editor. J). I. s. PI CIIIA (IK, '-1- I"'I ~) t~,WInh2-rnITO5: '*~C~ I f N ) PRIOSPECT LS U, F 1The LouitiL nraM& . I I\r to.I -,till h-. a in(,tli rr 1 . . o 2lLIl III -New OrleomI, I 111 Loi'I (N, ;:,1.4 ll ·. rt" .ýIt y µ'11H'11 Iiti.mah paifuly- i t~ie tranIsitionl !tate 2 n; u. t~ ir St"II2L~gi21 et4'fort.I' I. "l that mueli inform- t 'i-u.rch'lt on * I r, Lr~iI'f IIcL.I beenjl lost, in t 1 , I, . "f t ' " la.c: of a medium, It ." t I)u i ll c ý ,ietiee. nuiglht .p ...l. 14 :E. lI strivIe to Iak 1 , ~ j, s. Ia .1. i,hlrrL~tUf in theseIC S,, t*' I I ni"7n ' I" - 1i' ",,", th~e .i .' t ..i .:a 11.L. r4 l hz c~tn l., I,.1 . 1, : III~11:",11 t Illf hl.l - ';...

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. — 15 June 1871

I~ke ILoIaaliiI a. I sTa, Published Thursdays and Sundays. co oti O(rrxcE 114 CARODFrET S-rnET, d, g NEw OmiAe LA. WE. C. "011, Editor rd ?ublis, sro P. B. S. PINCHBACK. Manager. erg OUR AGENT& rHe I~IIS5IPPI : -- Daniel E. Young, ba Gree:nvill. . LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. lia Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, w Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Pariah. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James wE A. D).Green, Washington City. he ILLINOIS: -Lewi B. R White, Chicago. WE KENTU'CKY:--Dr. R. A. Green, Louis viill W. -__ . ____ tit wli OUR CHllOl"E FOPf PRESIDENT, 1872: be IT. S. GRANT. eilUR1DAY JUNE 13 1871, E .--  .... . . . NOW AND THEN. Sh< We give our nei:hibor the Ti,nme, w, the full lbnetit of its last effort to or explain away its ill chosen language, or or its violent temper, or its over dose of champagne, when it recommend- w] ed Lynch law as a cure for hegisla- ot tive corruption. it Her, is what the Times says: si "The articl...

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. — 15 June 1871

,ats aire being revived r. tLt theil si.k dres from the :,' if h.ir, clul and braids , s, low on the shoulders. rý r, inldicationsg that the hair wrn high. a la Gre[eue, be- I ialin )I)lraLSOl trimmed , I ,,11" and puldings of the same, i,1 with colored silks, are Si ,, r flhionlahle. Sen ' ., hl11 jewelry is not much tivee ,n.l;rl"hces, ear-rings and Gen S"I" shell covered with the i,n tri:iry in mosaic patterns sixt are being revived as fash- ishe nme.1' ntsmo 1r; ll03" I tint:',l Brazilian shell wise . , rt,,rnament are also very to S eral, law, 1poII1 B1IIEVE THEM. lion thot Spoti of the State Democrat- the : r,,.,,,.r as well as many in by t , :,I,," },o:llt at ti.e North, are do- of 1 ,,r i.;,l bh.st to convince the S . ttt: the n') longer advocate Tha rit ' ,': principles, but have bee 1 the Rllicon and landed dra' ,,;..'w in the fold of Republicanism. the ,, lt lane there appears to Sim .::1 rllti in what they sLy, but the : i Ileive them. From a edi .:::,.,f gol ad substa...

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. — 15 June 1871

I TE t BE I it t(E I| . -A little Worcester boy had one of his fingers aaangled the othei day by'ahay-cotter, and went to a surgeon to have it dressed. The surgeon cut off the protruding frag ments of bone, and dressed the fin .ger, when the little f(llow stuck his soun3l hand in his pocket and asked how much the bill was, saying he hoped it wasn't over ten cents. The pleased surgeon suited his figures to the boy's notions. -A mother and her daughter aged twenty years were walking on the track of the Vermont Central Railroad. between Sharon and Roy alston, when the danghter fainted; and the train from St. Albans com ing around a curve, before the mo ther could dnrg her daughter from the track, the train came down upon the prostrate girl and killed her in stautlv. --'wo despardloes in Texas, who had long been comrades in crime, la.ely got into a quarrel and agreed to tight it out with bowie knives, each having his left hand tied be hii.d hLi. The fight was a desper ate one, and resul...

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