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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 15 April 1865

'[LL '; L:rdlJ'A':i ^KLY NEW;_', rir I~· '1.rl lnh." t ."ýw~y I,,Id/%dJ., y rrnd .5 1wrrtluy nru,,,,rnb' I"iw.1i id i i/.il n 1111.'!" 11 , fil toii2iiig 1i E WEEKLY NEWS, I ý)I;rýt1 .I:( III.III1·: ·Sl, J , i .7W15.51 "': '.. I . i. / · u ý ,. 1.. .".t at a r I I- " ) ".") 4lY i"i '" I. ~.f., LI. ýt jl .l L..FL1 :.;L'. .1. iii papar is C- i iL.i a .qa ur.". No ddU~'ti."n 14r itcru*a'w u., I ll 1i .t t'.ll? i V.% 1 the t bfrgn".. ..1 " t::, a peilr, yab; ir'iaig siulilir advertri me'Is t. as app. ar i:i Ni p.tucr. jW r due n, [;.'r dii j, !r iU lu arl.al/ .tu rr.',·di rir.11. Charleston in Yankee RHands. iýta. l".' t occupatIl ion of Char|lott I },\ t),, L' i,, trop,.,, tratdei r have ,t.rt .d at de, ire to re-otpen their a-tonrt and ettaibli,lh tiatir owl: iuni aa,,.a. t'his desire in their part is V ,ry cortat'eldable and has b LeLen en ct.uragdtl by the mtilitary authoritieas, who have itsused orders artsuring ti,.*tt (of protection. A good oppor. tualty tfor engaging int busine...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 15 April 1865

.Tno. Dickinsou2, .Editor 49Popritor. (1 ItVJOB IPR{iTINO ot overy 1 deticription,plaiu orcbrdod. exiecutt'l on us reanonabiotornis as the tinw.s will rLdiht. ---I---- For Terms tof Subscripton and A I PtrtVI~i"n, SJirst page. 1 Attenl ii • -.Persons arriving Idi with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, will oblige, us and ) benelit our readers, by loaning th(em in to the oºditor, if only for an hour.- i cc Items of news also solicited. to The Latest Newds! 'T'his paper will pay liberally for tl news of any character furnished it, wheneiver used. in Writing, he brief and to the point, and forward by the quickest means possible. p Thanks fb several friends for late ti New Orleans papers. The Treasury agent at Little Rock. Ark., has issued a circular 'offering for lease, to the highest bid der, all abandoned and confiscable plantations within' his jurisdiction. The Natchitoches Times Extra, a published Thursday evening, says 1 'hat at the latest hour a report had reached ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 20 April 1865

'til I :MI-W KJY" NEW;,, 'I'llI, .],,/,10] fill I ,si'./,/,~/,., r,",. +, , ,~,, is rbis 'l' o T o ..lr .. rd .:.i.e/ t u;<<l ri, t'I i-,1 th1*l', 11 " +;i: ""' ..r ;+ .." • , +,. THE WEEKLY NEWS, .'ills. h . : .1 J'1i,' ;tl,, ~. 'hq ol;,th . . : . , .'. . !.9 , 1.:. . 1~~~~~+ r •ta~l!t~utuc --. i ...rinu r, Ii ,1' 1n1 u L .  '.lll 't l.""r i:" n nt:'.oi tilt' t, : i.; . 1 :1 t, it t\,'-u I i t I,,r. ti-]; . ,e -* - Ai ( . ll, Iiil:l11u , I ili. 1!ial I PtI .ll t t r1" i , n,: .h w i lelrl- i \ll. i )|ittl:tl v. lui( rl l''- ti ;1ý ; ý,ý,+ '-. ra' 11' 1h . i ''n 'll - ," ', -i. _ ' 1] .1 :l- 1,r 14"1' , 't1.(1 ;i t t t',I t:. hI '-h I I o t11 i-l''.. J'e'rifi l"',1; 11'1 1. Lat ip ll t1' . l:;.ht isr - I h h..-- in thi- I" 1 1 i- c u-li 11,I1 .y :. -,i1':.I.' +\ 1. 1;1",1! ý! '':' t, .I II' i Il '!'.'il .1' S !r,'t :l 1'1 t- puhli-hi!:n: e- ui'u r :, ,lvtý" -t. 71 " tt ,.€ : 1 "; ,. a-i, - 1.', . p. :. ' ,/l.e r-,. w .. a. d ,,- r- - ?lnt . . .. --mn/ .. :A!a 1101 '7l\...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 20 April 1865

Jno. Dickinson, Editor 4 Propritor. EVF'sJOB PRINTING of every d~icription, pluin oreolorcd. execnttld on n' roasouable terms as the tlimnet.i ill admit. ,For Terms of Subscription and A:d rertisin., see hirst p('e. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A t t n It i 0 i!--Persons arriving with, or receivinig, late southern or nortlhern papers, will oblige us and benefit our readers, by loaning them t, the editor, if only for an hour. Items of news also solicited. The Latest Neis ! Ihiis paper will pay liberally for news of any character f'uriislhed it. Slihenleve-r used. In writing, be brict 41i1 to the point, and forward byv the quicke.-t leains possible. The mloney .litl bly hand lhas been received. 'T1hank you. Some unknown friend has sent us a late New Orleans paper, for which he will accept our thank. Gen. `. 1P. I itckne'r arrived lihre in last '1'ucday evening., and will take temporary conmmand of this I)e partmuent during Gen. Smitl's illness A negro in this place was rill...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 22 April 1865

Jao. Dickinson, Editor .Proprietor. Etr'JOB PRINTING of every kle~seription, piLuiu oreuol red. &scvn11tedi on a roasouablc terms as the time; s ill admit. For,' Terms of Subscriptiun and Ad Pereising, sc /first pne.. At t C t i o n!-Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, will obhligo us and benefit our readers, by loaning themi to the editor, if't nly for an hour.- Items of news also solicited. The Latest News ! i'his paper will pay liberally for news of any character furnlishid it. whenever cused. In writing, he brilet niid to the point, anid lrward iby the quickeist meansi possible. 3i. James ;urke, I luuston, 'Texas. The money c,it by hand ihas been received. Thank you. Some unknown friend has sent us a late New Orleans paper, for whi cl, he will accept our tlianik. Gen. S. I. l.tcckner arrived hure on last Tuesday evening, and will take temporary command of this I)e-i partment during Gen. Smith's illness A negro ill this place was rolbbed th...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 22 April 1865

,Tno. Dickinson, Editor 4 Proprietor. JVdOB PRINTING of every description, plain or colored, executed on ae reasonable terms as the times will admit. For Terms of Subscription and Ad vertising, se-first pagc. A t t e a i i 0 n!-Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers. will oblige us and benefit our readers, by loaning thetm to the editor, if only for an hour. Items of news also solicited. The Latest News ! 'Lhis paper will pay liberally for naews of any character furnished it. whenever used. In writing, be brief and to the point, and forward by the quickest means possible. \-e dtlect particular attention of our soldiers and civilians to the ad dress of Geu. Smith. Though not lengthy, it is to the point, and con veys a pretty correct idea of our situation. We publish in to-day's paper, an account of the interview between Gen. Wallace, of the United States, and the Confidetrate auth r'ities, at Brownsville. We understand that a Dr. Fluwers living near Ba...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 27 April 1865

'B&LE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS, IN Ulbliulh.d over Thacrsday and &afa'lrray morlinig*. IKE IIrARD FRoM.-Inm our lnIt frommi Mre. Partington, shile thus dii courses concerniing Ike; Betsey Jane writ to you about poor Isaac, bein' rdmfted into our noble army; it was during the late prevailing restiction. I've been so dreadful uneasy-laws nti~! But Dan'l, at last we've heard of Ihinm by a neighbor who is hlomo on yn a .'irrow. He-poor innocent-at of onc't took his place so neighbor I'ib- Iii bins says, ari Fiat Corpulent, aed amt soon proved deficient that lie was g:i promtoted to be an Ordinary Surgeon ca -poor child. But what the blessed cei dear knows about taking up arterials na computation of limbs, and the like an sarpatsee me. However. if he. can tIt he tile humble implement in the hands th of the Lord of saving thie lives of" tlhe . gallus fellows whose heads have he been disseminated, by the burstin.- re open of pontoons ~nd things, why at we must sacrifice him freely on the ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 27 April 1865

be 2rCr u p rt t 1 r.; Jiuo. L)'ckinao%, Editor . frProprietor. EJOB PRINTING of every 4 .ic4ription. plain or eolored, ezee uted on a* ..eeonuabletorune as the tiies will admit. Tiae Latest News I T'his paper will pay liberally for News of any chafscter furnished it. whenever used. In writing, be brief aln to the point, and forward by the' quickest means possible. We are pleased to see that the p o pie are again taking courage in our cause. Gold, which last week wen. up to a tremendous rate, is again gradually tumbling down. The effect of the late disagreeable news has caused many persons, pro fessing to be patriots, to raise the price of some articles of necessity to fabulous sates. Coit meal, we are informed, was held at one hundred dollars per bushel. Other things in proportion. Our patriotic Governor, we are told, has authoriz,.d the selling of corn meal to the needy at five doll.er, per bushel. Perasons who can be classed under this head can get the vital by calling at Smi.h's...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 29 April 1865

THE SEMI-WERIEKY NEWS, hi juilblirLd.r- .ar'i I' ý.r.vluy anvd Salu'·d'Jg ?roraung9 1 |Atisrn, .[arhll 28.--'rihe Stoll,. wall iha. Railed from this port. Th.. I'ortugnse authoritis hlad Iirdar.d ther l rami StInwaln to l,.aiv the barbor nr' ,lisin,,. and a lnIunedil tlhe torts. , ThI i. nitied State. .- vtarti Niug- ! ara and Sacrmnento have arrived t here. Th t ' ortntciai-e authoritiles have proihibited their sailing fir 14I hours. Lisbon, M ciah :, 14j:.50 A. M1.- i The frigates Niagara and -acramnento, I Attempted to sail before the hxpir tion of the tim-e fixed by the 'ortu- I guiee aIuthuriti.s, aand were fired uponi by the BeIlen Fo'art. 'lT' Niagara was sunllk on the* p op anid a aeulnlan was killed. The vessel there'.p-on anchored. c New York, April 12 -fTh-ie (lm mercial's Washinigton .li-ciil says. " there is no reason to believe- that the Cabinet is divided on thi. senti ments contained in the Presideint's a speech." ( The Commercial Rays: " Rooms I have been engaged a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 29 April 1865

iro. Dickixonx, .Editor 4. Proprietor. * ¾OB PRINTING of every 4le.ripLtieI.plaiu oreulr(d. ocfuted on as reioaouablcterwd as the times will admit. hOwing to the fluctuation of the currency of our country, our printers intetnd, justly, to demand an increase. of their wages. .We will of neces Pity bei compelled to secure ourselves ,by proportionately increasing our terms for the paper and oar rates for j ,b work. As it is, the Coufed: Nracy owes us a large sum of money n hibbh we cannot get, and are cornm pelled to look for support to. the lit tle transient work we get. The Louisiana Democrat says, that on the 22d. Gen. Banks r:,sum e.d command in the Department of 'the Gulf. Don't forget the tmeeting to l,e ludd to-day, at 11 o'clock, at the uinrt IHlnse in this place. 'l'Thanks to Governor IIenry WV Allen for a copy of a work published utnder 114 dire.ction, being the otficial rtp.,rt relative to the conduct of Fed ornl troops in \Vestern Louisiana ,luring the invasitons of 1863 a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 4 May 1865

TiHEt SEMIWEILKLY NJ'., ]",urs.'da: at.l na rt l tl. mor1,.n ,, •ix Month,, Lhre " : I " THE WEEKLY NEWS, Ix p,ubliiaed every Tucsciczy mator,,ni Per Year : $. ,i. 81ix Months : : 1 .0i Threu " Singlq,topy ten cents iu .specie or tM o dollars in current bills. AdVtertislagn--Fr each insertion 1(1 cents per Jine. Curreney taken at its market vnlwn. l'rovilous and grain of ev..rv o ..ierip tion taken at all times for Subscripti-on nwil Job Werk. Obituary antices. marriage-i , cnt's ft public meetlags, etc., charged f,,r a, oil:.e advertisements. Jot'. I)tr('ex`."i Editor and l'ropriw i The Preist and the Piper. BIY . UO.lDRI K. Father Ambrose M1Sih,rrv, puart, - priest of Knocknashee. iii tih. di.. c'ese of Ardah. Ireland, wau on-, o the best men, generally spl.aIki;u. II that ever existed in any culn'ty ,tf .. of the world. JBelov-d !lv hii own people', and revered by 'otlhri,- I . \ diffirt d from him in hi.. ,,.igiui I, opinions. lie passed hi, lit' in th. r, bumble discharge nt ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 4 May 1865

'gs d crntporrt *two.. JAo. Dicksua , Slitor * proprietor. WýJOS PRINTING of every deecrlptioa, plain orcolorod, .xecuted on as ra.eonab!et rua.e the tines will admit. A ten a t10 at-Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, wilt oblige us and beneft our readers, by loaning them to the editor, if only for an hour. Items of news also solicited. The latest News I This paper will pay liberally for news of any character furnished it. whenever used. In writing, be brief and to the point, and forward by the quickest means possible. Thanks to Mr. J. P. Oldham for a late paper furnished this office Thanks to Maj. Daniel O'Conner for a file of papers furnished the edi tor of this paper. Thanks to Capt. Worley, of the steamer Pauline, for a fine mess of onions. At the election on Monday, for Mayor, Mr. John Lee Gooch was re elected by a respectable majority During the week Louisiana mon ey has been held at twenty per cent. premium over new issue. We hope soon to h...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 6 May 1865

THE-MLWEEKLY NEWS, 7 e ardy a.nd .Satwrda3 mornigsJ. Per Tear $5 O0 2'I no "* I ' . SfiE WEKLY NEWS, Ig piuwlishd cccry Tesday mnorning. T'ermtsu per Year :$3 Q0 Six Mooths : 5 SO Three 75 single espy tn cent. in aperie or two 4II*aS In current bills. Advertisiag -For each ionsrtion 10 sent2 per hlue. Culrrney taken at Its mRrket valne. 'rovistons and grain of ev."ry decrlp tln tahken t als tI':os for Subscription and Job Wwi k. Qhbiuary antiers. marriage.. cal' for publie meetin s. etc., eharge.d for a4 other advertitmenta. Jnl' I)tcx~:oMn. Editor and Preprietor. 1\'ETýrV :TEMIP4. Quteeatown. April 9--Mr. Cobden was burled on the 7th. The proceedings were .olemn arid touching. In the Mouse of Commons on the ?th ist.. I.ord Elcho moved for the correspn dence relaltiv to the proposed Canslianu defenees. He deprecated the erection of the defeuces. wuhch would only have the eK.'et( linviting AmericaLa to mnake Can ada a battib ground. The po icy of for't flcatlous was questione...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 6 May 1865

Jao. Lic'kiansoa, Editor . Prot,rictor. L J OB PRINT INO of every •.ascription, plain oreolured, e.:cuted uo a ressounableterws as the siimo will adrit. A t tent i o I -1Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, will oblige us and benefit our readers, by loaning them to the editor, if only for an hour. Items of news also solicited. The Latest .ews! This paper will pay liberally for news of any character furnished it, whenever used. In writing, be brief and to the point, and forward by the quickest means possible. We have nothing t, importance tC lay before our readers to-day. The signs of the t:'nes are., so far as we 'know, unchanged since our last is sue. Not even a respectable rumor oatn be gathered. We wish to purchase corn, fodder, wheat or flour, bacon, lard and but ter, for which we will pay the highest market price. Will the Federals attempt to visit this section of country This now is the only topic of conversation, and one, too, of serious co...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 11 May 1865

L'HE SEMI-WtEKLY ?VIW., is puhluhed ,very Tatursdacy and &S/u. da, t.;r, r/4,.: 'erev ix1. PIer fear : :o Six Mtli L 2 Gu Three 1 ?. THE WEEKLY NEWS, i p7ldisked every TuesdaE /frrni ,. Tex-ns. P'r Year : : : o d  .i ttlh - 1 rOt Trhree : Advertisnag -For each ineixtion 10 vents per liHt. Cprroncy taken at its market vulh:o. I'rovisions and grain of every drsctriP tion taken at all times for Subscription aind Job Woik. Obituary notices, marriages. casl' for public meetings, etc.. eharged for Rs oth.'" advertilemeuts. dito, itlcKtr'soN. Editor undt 'lonviltor. Proclasnalton of bis Excel leuncy Gov. Hleary BV. Allen, of Louisiana. Soldiers of Louisiana. f Texa.,, of Arkansas, and Missouri: Another disaster has bef:lll+n the, arms of the Confederacy. A large portion of the army of Notrthl'r \'i. ginia, to thu numnber of ten thiou-t=:it tmen, with our beloved cmin;tl,lt.r. Gen. Robert E. Lee, have t! ,n , orn polled to capitulate. T I'h . l" . n - choly tidings come to us i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 11 May 1865

Ilnc. lit%;'ran, tli'JOB PRINTI iN ot e\c'ri" lesic1 iptioll, antia urc·ut ,Iuhd l rt. 'tt·dO u:. :.'t'jioial,!c t.r;'' as the J uucv v Ijii Att IIt i o !--- 'c rsun. arov in w ith,.or roceving, ltet' sout'hero oVi -lurthern papers,. ' ill ,)blige us and bonedit t our redh.i':. !ly loa:tin,; tbhen, to the edilitor, if tdv tir iit hirt. i tins of'.ueno s :lo ~!ic; d. "Ti, paper \ill ply li.,raiy lv tr ,., , a;? Chametetr ftur i- Led it. twiVt r ;,..x t d. It, Vri :i. . Ii btli. tait to the nuoiut, and f,'\ti a:rd by the .!utcki st ine :. p,' :-1ax, . The river at ti !,lu cie, u':te. Srise .l-l . - l -i. Ho,.'. \V. ('. l'nr.tn, ::!rm ved in :i.ip city . In t Tl h -. I ' +!!.rii` L,. tI ý i ti h ud1- ,,t :,. id.,al al ty aniv,-d il h-- l h , u 1 i'.s: 11",n, tv 1 i_,. . Ih, v I'.,l tl t:r, t. ill'i ): . i .t.. , il - is ). ii. 1::. t.. . ' l",p t t o th :., _ tIo --. t liU i . t- t . £ ! of t h r i .:'ltl. . ' i.:. . l ii . 1 t.tii . V " L WI tli.;l '7 " l . ( li . "i 1 ri _.: rt...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 13 May 1865

IS 5)UbIJlmhed .WV7s .-Iiwe~ky ..m" &A.'di~a rtpinw su ..'rrinM.. ?ficr~crr ?aw $5 u0q I~jl~ Si. Yooatb - 2 5o Three 1 .23·E TIH WEEKLY NEWS,, mfr'b ia$ih envery ieadir y mormiwg. kIerms., Pir Te a *300 Sia Yonthe r 1 50 -Three 75 AiverII.Ig -Few eseb Imacrlion 10 ·.twirone tak.n at It market Value. I'rewileas rad grat. of evrer de-crtp * on6tat4w stsll mims to r Stbscription and 'JbWeak. Obhtnaaa eetlea, atarr!.&gew ca1'a for Sebiisia meseiii. ate:, chsrgard tor LA otlhr *s4VeedimeSW. JoRtN UlWKf%,oN. Edltdr mad Proipritor. S t'ith ot Fnglleh Kingss an* Qu.eens. William the Counqneror died from etormous fat, from drink, and from the violence of hii passions. William Rufus died the death of the. poor stags that Ihe hunt, d. Henry I. died of gluttotsy. 'Henry II. died of a brokenu heart, ecesaioied by the bad - conduct of 'his children. SRichard Cuar do Lion died like t:el animal front which his heart was r.amed, by an arrow from anu archer. John died, nobody known how. but i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 13 May 1865

• h %fi e _ " " ' , ,1t bolJrn. Je.. Vickiasou, Editor 4- Proprietr. IP"JOB PRINTING of ever) d rail.lionplain orcolored, executed ou as sNeaonableserms as the timer will admit. For Terms of Subscription and Ad. certising, see Jrst pare. At I a t I O Ill--Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, will oblige us and benefit our readers, by loaning them to the editor, if ,nly for an hour. Items of news also solicited. TI. Ldtest News! This paper will pay liberally for news of any character furninihed it, whenever used. In writing, be brie. and to the point, and forward by the quickest means poessihle. The steamer J udge Fletcher ar rived at our port last Wednesday, bringing 237 exchanged prisoners. We have not received any ne:ws f't importance since our last pltilication On this evening. the Degree at Rebecca will be confe.rretd on thl wives of Odd Fellows at Ne.ith Lodte No. 21, 1. O.0. F. F. MemLr.b in good standing are requestedl to attend. Gen. E. Kit...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 18 May 1865

ILL SEMI-WEEIKLY NEWS, La pt lt9IIfldt cry 'Auradray and . Satlerar5 rnornzc J. P'er Yena *s, 00 Fit Monk tl Turco 2 THE WEEKLY NEWS, r y;,JAiaA4 ceery TIsesday monriafg. Tcrmas. Iet Tet $3 G00 8si Iotboat' 1 50 Thwree 715 .dvertfiim5 -rr ceach ilOerttoU 10 ea'a per line. Proviuions end grain of mvery deecrip ou taken at 611 timet for Suhcscription and ob WOnrk. Obituary .utlce, meriagee. cals fuor tblic naretingi. etc.. cbwrged ror s otiler dverUeemeota. .Jotts L):cxvysOi, Edlt rr and Proprietor. Britisah Neutrality. - We clip the following from the 'ew Orleane True Delta, of May hd. 1865. The Northern lapers are giving :opious extracts from the second vol. ame of the Diplomatic Correspond nuce for the last year, which has just )een published. The volume relates mtuirely to our relations with Great Britain, covering the sudjecta of tihe surrender of the pirate Se-rmen andi sie crew upon the destruction of tlhe Alabama, the border troubles in Can- I ads, and the general question of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly news. — 18 May 1865

"hr f lsxarlsvnt rtr1. T..ao. fickinion, Editor 4.Prcprietor. JT3JO d3 PRINTING of every .A. 4,rip'ton, plain orcolored, executedn onu re:%sonab e termsi ts the tflUeb will admit. F~or Terms uJ .Suibscriution andi Ad certi.aing, seefi r¶t page. At tent i o n!-Persons arriving with, or receiving, late southern or northern papers, will oblige us and benefit our readers, by loaning them to the editor, if only for an hour. Items of news also solicited. The Latest News! This paper will pay liberally for news of any character furnished it, whenever used. In writing, be brief and to the point, and forward by the quickest means possible. The lack of exchanges and news of any importance, will account for any lack of interest in our paper, this number. The steamer B. L. Hodge left this place on Tuesday morning. Col. Sprague and Major Bundy, bearers ofd.spa ches to Gen. Smith, from the F'ederal authorities left on her. We are requested by Maj. Rose, to say that all letters which were in his.ch...

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