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

Iýfl REPUBLICANS ENDORSING. a . SUEnIDA" Inauma l the DIc tecember 7, 1871. ch ere On the 6th inst., the ten Ier the State of Louisiana, a too P. B. 8. Pinchback, i he reponsibloe position of Lizat- bal tt t"ER OR. Be it lo r <, - That we the members th Y .;L ShERwAAN Iass RaEVB *:. CLB, hereby express out Le SappTroval of the action of the Ord te cn Sidering the election of ao t ,Pinchback as a triumph of ML end nfuino Republicanism Stri Sdeath blow to the faction Got ,ggnes who have been en Son,, to divide our party. -r i"', That we congratulate -1' achaclk upon his election, sea n that his past career as a fin c ..rvan't is a guarantee that ani r il faiithfully discharge the Go 1ef ti e office to which he has Yep bns 'tP',1; be it further Fai e"l. That the president of F, his ,;i:i plpoint a committe of tre t0l-,'t the Lieutenant G(ov err ~ tiln copl' of these resolu- C tnor ,l that the Secretary be Sincttel to publish the same in co t , :.AI,.x and Now Orleans sti...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 14 December 1871

Interesting Itc;ms. 0-- A FEW IPISN Water can be keptcool fr drinking in warm weather by the y following method :-Get fresh water, let it be kept in an unglazed earth enware pitcher wrapt around with a two or three folds of coarse cotton cloth. kept constantly wet. The theory of cooling water in this man ner is the absorption of heat from it, by the evaporation of the moist ure in the cotton cloth-expansion produces cold, compression heat. A French chemist asserts that if h tea be ground like coffee before hot water is poured upon it, it will yield nearly double the amount of its ex- " hilarating qualities. Another writer b says, if you put a piece of lump n sugar, the size of a walnut, into a C teapot, you will make the tea infuse Ih is half the time. Wire clotles lines are getting to e 1e used by all persons who have c iound out how much saperior they ' : re to the co'mmon rope. We have a one in use more than a year. It is L .cver reumoved, and if the support- i i:,g posts are fir...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 December 1871

[h__Ner nPCee1tp _*_ OLi1irn iaU "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." 1( I,1ME I. NEW ORLEAN8, LOUINIANA, SUNDAY DECEMBER 17, 1871. NUMBER .\¶( MAN \t.VD BY COLOR - -1,'HI.lH1I:D EVERY , i) SNI)AY MORN ,. IDELLET STREET - '\ IlI' \ E. OtILKANS 9 L ' I. : 4', N, t,.. i;·,(. I)i 1.--- Editor. $" 0(1 :3 0 . 1 1 ,5 ('lll II rus oe Louisianian. S. i.. t Al ,taAl-hh another Sit. N'w r)leans, . ., ' t Ltt'sIA AN, S• ,-..ty which has .r : ,: 4 K,' t:.4- painfully [it tl ,' trtulitioll htate . n t,'" r .ru,!!'ling effort.s ,d, I,, :,,r . I: tie Bc ody h wµt. n ..i t. 1e their -.. " ( 1 '.t i, oh infor , .' . u ~~. nrtagcmelt. Sl ,f i ,.i. 1,t n lot)t, in ;ti' : f a medium, :t1,. dic ttiefc ies might ':' R(, !l t-i , to emahl ., : ¶%d l :s, t,,, , ] i tlh( , ILA('Y. * - U, indiat, . 1 " ,M L1,di v.,- u*, i ** I', .. , . 41 "" V le .'," tih ','urty and enjoy rowletv~ll ht -tt, to atbso .,lit ,f atL : .4en 1., n,, the law, i:dartiu*J d;trii,:utov 4f hon ,$; 7,,le to aH...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 December 1871

The Louaaiauiau. Published Thurksdays acd Sunduys. OFFICE 114 CA,.NDELET srRETr, 1~ E ORLEANS L.A. 1tm. G. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DLSTRICT OF COLUMBIA : James A. D.Graen, Washh1gton City. ILLINOIS : Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY: Dr. B. A. Green, Louis rille. 31:. GEo. E. Pr.IRs is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. SUNDAY DECE3IMBER 17. 1871. O&R CIOIP( F01, PRE.sIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.' OFFICERS. I'arm' -1'. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. Rlcoano c. Ssc'v WILLIAM VIGERIS. OIanRroNrDLO Sec'r J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBERS. [run THE STATE AT L.ARGI.] EDWARD BUTLER. of Plaquemine.s. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleancs. TIIOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT. of St....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 December 1871

The r'sition in Cuba. from (Cuiba is of a kind t ~, lk1, fiori igia interven .rn f, ,l ,siirable and even , ,.,,tr,, of the island. ,:t. f ti, capital, having 1 i cpletcly into the ;,:1 In ,. known as the ' ," ,' resemblance :n tih ir uniform, anti i..Sl::ih ofliiers appear 1 , n mspiei o u.l for I: brut.dit., iut S itt, uith form and t f extraordinary y mlical student, ,n a hilolidaI. atld Slui or two poor on thi tombl of i p.rtis:l. who (. t i:' l,.nMs at IK,'y t :, ,tiance and Sr' t who r,.mon ,. r:,n Iff. The S. ,i. ., I,-. t in c,,111nti - S: i r t, t i' al umt , ,. , -'. ,C n .1. and . t'"u t t. fron th, , , :.." it: ,,,:-zuMal. tried S, IIt. I , it t i csI ,n1 is l n il It lpan: . tn..., t ,:n; vt n the t i.ýt u th. ul , la it ti tt? ý,, ltomrigin .goveri frm iunt, rve.tiin, S . as this omcitr t i,'. that Havana S . I the Unite'd i' xp,.atem d to look how many , r r, .N,i.t in the city, and , . i .prtant our coim :i. t are. There is L.' : 'rfr c.i e t1y this . f Gtreat Bri...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 17 December 1871

Interesting Items. 'ITHE WORLD OWES IE , LITIlG." It's no such thing! It's you who are in debt; you who owe the world, and because you have allowed the debt to accummulate from day to1 day, from year to year, while you have been attending to your own selfish pleasures, you say now that the world owes you a living. Nonsense! fudge! ' stuff! You haven't even the merit of originality to redeem your character, for an old crazy man, a hermit, uttered that folly, years and years ago. Prove, if you can, that the world owes you anything. What have you ever done for the world ? YoA count your life the most precious of all your possessions, don't you. Well, what have you paid for that ? You count the knowledge you pos sess of great value, I suppose. Have you paid its full value for the little item of useful knowledge that saves your life every day? If so, to whom did you pay it? Man, woman, child. Idling away God's precious gifts of time and opportunity, dare not say the world owes you anythi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 21 December 1871

"REPUBLICA'N AT ALL TIMES, AND U'NDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." OLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1871. NUMBR TL UISIANIAN, OWNED,-Vk rED _D MANAGED BY COLOR yD y is PUBLISHED EVERY [3rt L, AND SUNDAY MORN I t ;i j.UtONDELET STREET a.LEANS LA. pOPRI x 'OI zB. 1, I PINMIIBACK, Our.rws' t ANTOINE, CAnDo, ýEt). Y. KELSO. Rprm8s. vnm.G. BROWN,---Editor. l Truss of S-urscaltrloN: .... ..........$5 0(1 ....4. ..a ................300 iUPt M . ... ...1 50 %LZE COPT.............5. PROSPECTUS OF THE I ti. e-n kavor to establish another p, 'blican p arnal in New Orleans, ih pnr"Itcr of the Lorisu uI, I pr pwc t. a necessity which has b << . a:nd somnetimes painfully ..: t x't. In the transition state a .:r piople, in their struggling efforts .9 t 2.: that pa osition in the Body ? :.which we cocetive to be their it i, regarded that much infor 2. guidance, encouragement, : laud reproof have been lost, in it1wne9 of the lack of a medium, a n hich these deficiencies might dy!...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 21 December 1871

The Iu'uiiiaia. Published Thursdays aad Sundays. OFmIcE 114 CABONDuEx SrarES, NEw Onnr.s LA. ft. G. BIOWM, Editor and Pmblisbcr, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :--Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:--Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. Mn. GEo. E. PABLS is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. THURSDAY DECEMBER 21, 1871. OUR C01f01E FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PRa Tr-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RECORDDIG Sag r-WILLIAM VIGERS. O sPOD .G EC-J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMIERS. [roR THE STATE AT LARGE. EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapines. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 21 December 1871

pIAL NOTIC8. REPUBLICAN HALL, NiTrClITOCEC , LA., December 6, 1871. iii meeting of the Bepub tc of the town and pnfish of I held in the Repub for the purpose of express rtfelt sorrow for the hon ach lamnented Lieutenant U. I Dl's, and sympathiz Mist much respected liii ailed to order, it t. MIr. N. P. Blackstone, . that the president ap *.Ltto of five to draft suit: for the occasion for r: sail committee to iri .. rport immediately. t tilen appointed Mr. chairman, Messrs. W. N. P. Blackstone, Shed ,1 V. Shepherd on said nl. aftlr satisfactory ex to tieir duty. the com adrw, aul after amiiple time I maut the following re p ý"lent .:11 Gentle men: .lot onuiittee, respect S; to m11k our report. It has pleased the Al 1r, 1:11 Di1ie Wisdom, to ::our lmil1t one of the bril of th 1Republican party of A1 1 ri presentative man of wi p hpulae. a devout man to itii texpaity and political irf re he it : 1. That the Republicans a L pari.li, La., do sorrow ily Lant the loss of so bril :.1 ia 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. — 21 December 1871

O. J. DUNN, JOHN LYNCH, JOHN RAY, G. CASANAVE, HARRY LOTT, JAMES CROMIE, THOMAS LYNNE, P. M. WILLIAMS. B. F. JOUBERT, P. G. DESLONDE, M. H. TWITCHELL, B. P. BLANCHARD, Secretary. [By telegram, dated New Orleans, March 1, 1870 ; received at Washington 11:10 P. M.] Hon. George :. Boutwell, Secretary of the Treasury : The undersinged respectfully ask for the removal of James F. Casey, collector of customs. JAMES GRAHAM, Auditor. ANTOINE DUBUCLET, State Treasurer. JOHN B. CLAY, L. T. DELASSIZE. [By telegram, dated New Orleans, March4 2, 1870; received at Washington 1220 P. x.] L. A. Sheldon, Member of Congress: Casey's administration here will ruin the Republican party. He ought to be removed. You may show this to Secretary Boutwell. CHARLES CLINTON. [By telegram, dated New Orleans, March 2, 1870; received at corner Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue 5:39.] George S. Boutwell, Washington, D. C.: The gentlemen who ask the re moval of Collector Casey but echo the universal demand o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 December 1871

TJO, i .N i tº "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." 'OLUlME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1871. n NUMBE ,I Thrsdays and Sradays. , II~A CaRONDELET BrUrIT, \~a 0RLEass LA. PINCHBACK, O.unS, ANTOINE, CaDDo, 1. . KELSO. RriEE. ,, . BROWN,---Editor. STEs or S casnCBIPro: ·q .. . $5 00 s . .......... 3 00 t ,.. . . .... ... .. . .1 50 S~......... ... 5. PROSPECTUS oF THE oniasan.iau. .,' i. leavor to establish another . ,. i;ornal in New Orleans, .r,,rietors of the Lo-mniArmAx, :..... t fil a recessity which has , :r, and sometimes painfully * .. In the transition state S!!,. in their strngglingefforts that position in the Body ..Aih we conceive to be their re'garded that much infor guidance, encouragement, .I reproof have been lost, in ,:.ce of the lack of a medium, . lch these deficiencies might . 1. We shall strive to make ".,AN a Idesidleratum in these POLICY. t;.tto indicates, the Loti iall ho R"epublican at iall .... leroll circonstwcs" We S;...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 December 1871

cTHE UJAMLoNAx, OWNED,4 EDITED AND KANAGED BY OLO. ED MEN, IS PUBLIBHED ZVERT THpSDAT AND SUNDAY 1MOB10 ING' AT 114 CABONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. Wa. G. lBOWl, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGOENTS. MI:SIIPPI : - Daidel E. Young, Greenville. 1,)UIIAA :-John A. Waahlagos, Black Hawk, Conrdia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alezandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:-James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. B. A. Grees, Loas ville. Ma. Gmo. E. PAmIs is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills SUNDAY DECEMBER 24, 1871. O UR CHOICE FOR PIRSIDEXT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE SENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PaEs'r-P. B. B. PINCHBACK of Orleans. Racomero Sac'r-WILLIAM VIGERB. ORBEsPONDfl.o Sc r-J. W. FAIRFAX. [(FOB Ta STATU AT LARGE ] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. 8. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHNF...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 December 1871

tad apjudiced friend of Sliberty, on every man who hor to value the priceless of civil and religiouS liberty ands, to organize, and to .. titins to Congrees praying ,re~srvation of our rights ,tution. I have still faith, .re. They are not all who for a vote and the Sldlar will bargain away aascience, their country, and 1-.blssed diadem of liberty . tll plenty of men in the " enate who will fearlessly ,;c ,n sectarian infringe ,. , e .nstitution, provided, - ~ tin their laudable ::i.rebacked and support- ( S;:: and thinking masses .4 ie. Let them have our ,:tions, and this bigoted S. Constitution will soon i. I h:,llwork for that' dud shall give you further, fray doings. :rv. Let us refuse our vote Ij ,::didate for any office in f th: people who will net e .:,self to be an advocate of .. religious liberty. This is t at by which we can reach -,. heart of every politi- 1 . office seeker. As soon as .. rceive that we are in Lre ,t in maintaining our Sti nghts they will side with .: ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 24 December 1871

The Right to Carry itre-Judge Alli seo's tiens. In the Court of Oyer and Terminer, during the trial ofEdward McNulty for the murder of Jacob Gornor, Peter Truitt, colored witness (pr the Commonwealth, appeared on the stand with a loaded pistol upon his person, which occasioned quite a sensation and considerable discus sion. In the course of the trial his Honor Judge Allison referred to the subject in the following language: There was something said, gentle men, at an earlier stage of the case, in regard to the right to one of the witnesses to carry a loaded pistol. The witness having stated, on cross examination, that he carried it for defense of his person, that he had been shot at three or four times, in his own door, at the election before the last, and that as they all knew him, he did not know what they might do to him. This right was questioned by the eounsel for the pxisoner, which I felt it my duty to say that, upon the facts stated by the witness, he was, under the law of t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 28 December 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CI C STANCES." VOLUME t. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER " 1871. NMBRR8. eLoI~SAIU hrirsdbys sad Sundays. O; 114 CARONDELET STREET, sw ORLEANS LA. I) C PINCIIBACK, Oat.wrs' t. ANTOINE, Canso, Eo Y. KELSO, Rsrms. µa,(G. BROWN,---Editor. * TrIEMS OF SrascurrIo': -i: r .. ....... 5 00 h.; . ; . . .. 300 .tn MIA U ....... . .. . 1 50 PROSPECTUS OF THE b th en.: i vor to establish another ,u&lan ;ournal in New Orleans, '. 11,1t1 Of the LouIxsLNIAN, to i iA necessity which has !;.al sometimes painfully o."t. In the transition state , ,r lp l, in their struggling efforts ,, that position in the Body shich we conceive to be their regarded that much infor s I, guidauce, encouragement, - i end reproof have been lost, in " 1ue of the lack of a medium, ; !: which these deficiencies might 1 ,1,1. We shall strive to make 'N1 tIAN It desideratum in these POLICY. r sotto indicates, the Lout shall be " Republican at all .I oiI'redl circumn.stznc...

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 December 1871

e-TH3 AUISIANIAN, OW*ED,1 EDITED AND MANAGED BY COILR ED MN , I8 PUUISE=D EVERY ? AY 4"ND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CABONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. in. G. BROWN, Editor aid Pablimler, OUR AGENMT. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Grenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Blaok Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. R1'TUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. Mn. GEO. E. PAnts is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subeariptions and receive payment of bills. THURSDAY, DEOtMBE) 28, 1871. OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. Pam'r-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RaooUDnDI Sac'r-WILLIAM VIGERS. oaRESoPneo SrC'r-J. W. FAIRFAX. MEMBER. L [(OE THE STATE AT LARGE.L] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St...

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 December 1871

the 1 iuly State Journal.] Ih1! OF TIE REBELLION. ,r ar .ianv relies of the late tortd away and highly various sections of the T ,national and State flags carefully guarded at the (.ritetI stained and tat eriionce of the fearful f tIe Union army in lr fought battle for free .',al the whole Union. }tn Er1re.:l says: . an, Maj. C. C. Pike, the first flag ever ieadsof an organized * soldiers in the .; The flag is of a pecu b aria (w a bright tie c.utun of slavery ar Scarcle and having the Swhile in an upper cor :( Id appears the 'bright 1.. It was designed and battalion of colored sol * anizul in the city of New n 11, and afterwards I by order of Gen. B. F. a meaitlre contrary to the the Government. The r,-" it was subsequently I Iv Gen. Butler under :cers and served gallantly car as the 1st Louisiana Tie first organization of _,e nt was some months prior u.i of colored troops by 1hut r :u south Carolina, rbs .traneously regarded , r j p "aken in that di e'n F1irt may be proud of cril ...

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 December 1871

IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH. The true friends of the South are anxious to attract i6umigration. In New York a newspaper nanted the South is constantly urging North ern people to seek the sunny regions. Truly, so Jar as natural advantages are corncerned, it would seem that no country is so rich in promise to the cultivators of the North. But the prescription with which North ern men are treated in some por tions af the South has had a power ful influence in couteracting all the fine promise of its natural resources. Added to this the fact that numer one failures have marked the efforts of Northern men to establish them selves on Southern soil, growing out of the fact that proper care was not exercised in the selection of a new feld of enterprise, and that sufficient pains had not been taken. to con form to the new conditions of farm ing enterprise. The process of col onization must necessarily be grad ual, yel we believe that it is dee tined to ultimately succeed. We especially rejoice ...

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. — 31 December 1871

"RBEPU'BLICAN AT ALL TIMES. AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUMIE 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1871. Ile LOlisiaDaIaM . 'i:, ,rlr y wel Stndays. 1: C O,.NDELET srREET, \ W Ot:LEANs LA. pgOPzal PPO3MB. i . 'IN('HACK, ORLE.ANs' , .NTINE. CAIo, .,, K. KL.), LIEruES. nt. Gt. RlOWN,---Editor. -i l Li..i OF 'tuiý~(cRIPTION: I,- " . .. . ... .... ... . (. 0) . ..... ...... 1 50 a r.. ...... .......... 1 50 PRIO~PECTUS CF THE I:. l, :vr to establish another r;.", ...i;al in New Orleans, t. , ·,.. of the LorISIANTL , S n'ec essity which has I..,.. _: ..: ,i ,mitimes painfully f In the transition state " ~. in their strugglingefforts t.h:.t 1,,-itin in the Body ": ,' -,v ., i.(ve to be their r. I".:r. :i;.t much infor L.i. . 'iI .. ,encouragement, I -lr r,,,,f havc len lost, in . .,' the lack of a medium, h :i tlhusedeficiencies might 1 I. We shall strive to make : '.r \' ;t d, s, tum in these POLICY. :.tto indicates, the Lor L - ll be " i r, i,'icm at ,ll . . the .'curit...

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. — 31 December 1871

prTHE LOCISIANLAN, OWNhTED, EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOB ED MEN, IS PUBIBHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAYT ]DBN INGS AT 114 CABONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. na. G. BLOWN, Editor aid PFblisher, OUR AGENTS. M1SSISSIPPI :- Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :--ohn A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS:-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. SUNDAY, I DECEMBER 31, 1871. SUR CHOICE FOPR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. Eb'T -- P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. REzcoaDNo Sac'--WILLIUAM VIGERS. ORESPOsDLsG SEC'r-J. W. FAIRFAX. [FOB THE STATE AT LAOR] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemine. t. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Bapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOPN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. BABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McCLEERY, Caddo. DAVID YOU...

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