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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 31 December 1871

POLITIGAL NOllcU. C.\IdOLLTON, LA., Dec. 2, 1871. .. t plursuanlt to cadl. ",e-tt-HIon. T. B. Stamps. Presi O : pCned with Iprayer by ILr. Sto, of A. F. Monroe, the pint,, a comiuttee of seven r::. ,,,luitiu,n- to Ie adopted ,by i, .d all Repuldicaus attend ,:*i t . ting. ,:!,oinitt,1 the following gen 3. "i. Moniroe, Chairman; W. 1 :.. ToElbert. T. D. Fletcher. S; lu.h Wilkerson and H. ..!' ,:.mitt:e.. reported the fol StionI-.. which were unani A t,",, ol. n rm ti,,n of J. '. 1 Iv A. Tolbert: It 1::+ !pl'iaset God in hii S !,t t r. u1've from otur . . I,,, 1. ho orld and t. .tt. !1:11:, tae Honor I.:. 1: Li :iten:iaut irov ,: it ,f I. i, .ua; and .A. . , oty ,f our R ppui S hr .,lujiiteed in the ! :" a..'.: ,l :t s and have tI. i,, :. 1'. 1. Pinchback !. , t . . ` .tt S nat, anl L, ut,.: at Glo .v:it., r of the SL .- . L.r fo'e, S1;v. 1Tihat w,', the Re Sti, city of Carrollton, . r.",:. ,I'ft ,:1nk), find, r.. :. , d ,,f the Hon. P. B. . uliciut honesty as an 'I .ittl'age ti n1l...

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. — 31 December 1871

IF WE WOULD. If we would but check the speaker, When he spoils a neighbor's fame, If he. would but help the erring, Ere we utter words of blame: If we would, how many might we Turn from paths of sin and shame. Ah! the wrongs that might be righted, If we would but see the way! Ah! the pain that might be lightened Every hour and every day, If we would but hear the pleadings Of the hearts that go astray. Let us step outside the stronghold Of our selfishness and pride; Let us lift our fainting brothere: Let us strengthen ere we chide: Let us, ere we blame the fdllen, Hold a light to cheer and guide. Ah, how blessed! ah, how Llessed Earth would be, if we but try Thus to aid and right the wea4cr, Thus to aid each brother's sigh; Thus to walk in duty's pathway, To our better life on high. . RIDE FOR LIFE. There occred on the Oregon and California railroad, between this city and Salem, one of the most' thrilling railroad incidents we have ever heard of. The following par ticulars, furnished...

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. — 4 January 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." ''OLUME 2. fEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TRU RDAY, JANUARY 4, 1872. d LowuiSti3 L .i i'~r.,l'zys aad Sundays. U-...t I CARONDELET 6rKaETr, ewn OLL ss LA. . i INCIIBACK. Oarl.xao AN h INE, CnDDo, :i. Y. KELSO, RI.rDas. , .. BROW:N,---Editor. Tr TuMi OF SCBSCrIPflON: . . . ... ...... 5 00 ......... 300 SM THS ................. 1 50 *5 PROSPECTUS TF THE L: ,L v,,r to establish another .,. rnal in New Orleans, S,. 1rlr,:rs (If the Louisaiin Ay, l , aI necessity which has ,, t, smtimes painfully r I t. In the transition state pie: 'i. iu the it straggling efforts .'. that losition in the Body :.hich we conceive to be their .: regarded that much infeor .:.. guildance, encouragement, .: 1 : repro f have been lost, in S.,.- of the hlck of a medium, i..., a i.-h these deficiencies might 1. We shall strive to make S t..'NI a clesilcrdltumn in these POLICY. . oItto indicates, the Lort Ssiall be "Republican at alli uil ,.t1rall circumstancers" ...

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. — 4 January 1872

TB O WUISNIANWI, owED," EDITEDrr AND MANAGED BY COLOR. ED dN, IS PUBLBSHED EVERY THU~)AY AND SUNDAg 1M0RN ros AT 114 CAEONDELNT STSEET NEW ORLEANS LA. fi,. 6. BIOW, Editor aid hbliLher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOBIBiANA :--John A. Washington, Blac Hawk, Coancordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kebo, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Ibreveport, A. C. Bath, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Oreen, Washington City. SILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1873. OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDIET, 1874: U. S. GRANT, STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OFFICERS. Psa'r-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. ERconDrmo SE'T-WILLIAM VIGERS. eamawox~se Szo'r-J. W. FAIRFAL MEýalas. [ron TM STATEr AT 1AnL .] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines S. 8: SCHMIYT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. RABY, 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 4 January 1872

Sof the rarisi Executive Commit of the bepublian Party, Parish t. John the Baptist. rt.::.. ,F  JoNl TILE BAPTrT, ) Dccmtner 29, 1S71. S t,f t! pri silent, the com .: 1in t courtroom of the f: thi, palrish, President hi,. ,huir. seventeen mem u., !It and one absent. ":, of the State Central . , f ,l:te December 22, 1871, . ti' secretary and con g,.r,,ling to its tenor. 1 ). ,m:r presented the . l.: le and resolutions, !o reat.l, were unani i,: the election of the S1:. ,. 'inclhack to the presi S u:ate alnd Lieutenant of the State of Louisi ; ui v aV.ll'y created by the 'i of U. J. Dunn, : .: i . -tratig that the prin ., 1 leilubiiA.:uism are still :.. 1. i,, an .vnut which we thi." whom wI believe lth rithts and interests l r ce; aid It :lso demonstrates that f tihe ln. P' . B. S. t () honored a position, r 1, , l, every true Re .. t :cknowledgment of _. I :.:1 also an omen of tri ar :Iu latin of factionists i "uirinciplted men styling I: i'blicans, but who, by S,:. with the De...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 4 January 1872

USAUSIRATIN OF W. . WM Y. The murder of W. G. Wynn, Esq., in Arkansas last week, has cansed a shock in this community where he studied law, at Howard University, and graduated with well won honors. He adds another to the list of martyrs who have fallen in the terrible struggle in behalf of liberty going on in this land of boasted civilization and enlighten. ment. A land peopled in a large portion of it by bands of savage men as barbarous as the inhabitants of the cannibal islands, who have no difficulty in finding gentlemen of high legal ability to defend them in the courts of justice and apolo gizers in our legislative halls. Mur dered for his opinions and prin ciples, and those opinions and prin ciples in strict accord with the Declaration of Independence and the fundamental law of the land. Vast sums of money are annually expended in sending missionaries to heathen lands for the conversion of their inhabitants to Christianity and civilization, while here at home Christianity 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. — 7 January 1872

j e ettix Wee omsrnmian., "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMUlS, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME t. NEW ORLEAS, LOVIAA, WDAY JANUARY 7, 1. - 7 187. e Lois alana. i1 Thursiays tad 8ndays. Ill CARONDE.ET IFREEr, `EW OnLEANs LA. 6 1 s. PINCTIBACK, Osuxws, C.ANTOINE, CADDO, 6ED) Y. KELSO, lRArmas. on .BR OWN,---Editor. s- Teris or Sruscsamrrox: 1*9 S.... 0 ... . ... 3 00 :l a s Ts ... 1 50 '0 'J ( I .. . . . . . . . ... 5 PROSPECTUS ,F THE endk evor to establish another I c anjournal in New Orleans, a rptia trs of the LomsaiaNIAx , Pr , to v a necessity which has i,., neJ sometimes painfully r " r.t. In the transition state in their struggling efforts that position in the Body I witch we conceive to be their . revarlvl that much infor guiilance, encouragement, ,1, rproof have been lost, in the lack of a medium, nuh these deficiencies might I. We shall strive to make :Nta desideratum in these POLICY. r motto indicates, the Lort *c\ ýhall be "Republican at all , .1 ,'lrall circumstances" We .vdo...

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. — 7 January 1872

p. THE LOUIWANIAN, OWNED,-gt EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLD. ED MEN, IS PUNLZISID $V4ES TRUBSBAY AND SUNDAY MOwK INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. IFa. G. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGOETS. MagigaarPPI : - Dm1el B. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Eal. 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. B. A. Green, Louis ville. SUNDaY, JANUP NT 7, 1872. eaR CHOICE FOR PLM#BIBR 7,1872 U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. WFIeAB. Pass'r-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleasm. RacomnrDI Sac's-WILLIAM VIGERS. oasuramomND Sac'-J. W. FAIRFAX. [FOR TMr WrATZ AT moos.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemnines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. BABY, of Natitoches. JAMES MAoREBY, Caddo. DAVID YOUNG, Con...

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. — 7 January 1872

MIRRIED. Janary 4th, 1872 in the city ,rollton, Parish of Jefferson the First Colored Baptist by the Rev. Geo. Step *lIc Thos. Peterson, to Mts. buth of Carrollton La. Carrollton La., January 6, 1872. eve of Jan. 4, I repaired the invited guests to the o. Peterson's church in Car witness the marriage cer :w, Riv. Thos. Peterson, E-);ells. After waiting Se titbride and bridegroom r inely attired and with , rus attendants. Like b)rtly after came the Rev. tfptoe, who performed the ce remony in the presence and crowded congrega nuch so that the church was r rthowing. 1 A. F. Munroe, was very ac arranging the preliminaries l:occasion. There was refresh :a abundance at the church Se iarre assembly. 1eli:itely after the ceremony Dude and bridegroom repaired r.-rlence of the Rev. Peter . a carriarge, attended by a aumber of Ministers and invi * ret'. Everything was done * end order and fine style; so the whoie exercise was long to SrFset.hered. Ev rth g passed off "gajy as e rarriae bell." ...

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. — 7 January 1872

[Continued from third page. J The Speaker decided that as the House had not adopted any rules to govern the present seasson, the point of order was not well taken. Mr. Oarstknap appealed from the decision of the Chair. Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell, re quested Mr. Oarstkamp to with draw his appeal, which was agreed to. Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell, moved the rules governing the last session be observed, which was carried. Mr. Garstkamp, of Jefferson, moved an adjournment, upon which the yeou and says were demanded by Mesers. Barrett, of Orleans, and Garstkamp, of Jefferson, with the following result Yeas--Abel, Barett, Belot, Bentley, Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, Carr, Darinsburg, Davis, Deaes, Dewey, Fanlkner, Floyd, Gardner, Garetkamp, P. Harper, Hemp stead, Kiasells, I Sallaiere, Mahoney, Marie, Marvin, McCarty, Mclarland, Moore, Morphy, Moris., Muuaey, Ong. Oplatek, Quinn, Baby, Riley, Waggold, Smith, Souer, stamps, Verito, Washing ton, (Asumption,) Washington, (Conoor dia,) Waters, Wheylaa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 7 January 1872

[Continued from third page.] The Speaker decided that as the House had not adopted any rules to govern the present sessio, the point of order was not well taken. Mr. Oarstkamp appealed from the decision of the Chair. Mr. Fanulner, of caldwel1, re quested Mr. Garstkamp to with draw his appeal, which was agreed to. Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell, moved the rules governing the last session be observed, which was carried. Mr. Garatkamp, of Jefferson, moved an adjournment, upon which the yeas and am"a were demanded by Messrs.. Barnett, of Orleans, and Garetkamp, of Jefferson, with the following result: Yeas-Abel, Barrett, Belot, Bentley, Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, Car, Dariisburg, Davis, Demas, Dewees, Faulkne, Floyd, Gardner, Garstkamp, P. Harper, Hemp stead, Kiasells, La Salmere, Mahoney, Maie, Marvin, Metarty, Molarland, Moore, Morphy, Morri., Mumay, Ong, Oplatek, Quinn, Baby, Riley, Biaggold, Smith, Souws, ]amps, Verrett, Washing ton, (Assumption,) Washington, (Concor dia,) Waters, Wheylaad,...

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 January 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." 4JLUME t. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872. M.. : _! _ _ s _ oclock on the eveline of JiInnarv 9 1R79 I RDDDWSD ru mun an.m., I - feLo1LLsJAJL ( .;1 q (' 1u it'N1 FT S MIEET, \e;>: OrLEAns LA. vP- Tan- (=r Sun'r Lii nTow(: 'Y5 rc $5 ~ttt Mi'isry.ru. 1 ld POETRY. I[t 4441u tIii I~a ly 'JnooM. 'Y, i 1 N'S IN 'I E. FILLE"." --I h, nifill girl (r!t'"th li e l rl, 1 tl -wliiob she trimt onl n turi .i'ah oii': to enthrall, ., ._, , I ." u ' her arts, "r a oreof haarts. I:it(. r soorriful glee, n wi a1' s4he's fns)- r h a!t'orht ini her ear, .., toiL hea, y Ill' i. * Iu- aniother be gonle * nihat they will come; 'ý. ,.w.rtl~les.i one - i". .;t t ('0141 as a stone; n~!t."."T'. the fire all out " ly wiiit sIle' about. v" ; il1(. Ilow till ahe's fairly t 'l . nihr: ;.n never be firodl! ... l ( 1. c her goune, r - %,-rIt , r 4 I -:4 "e tor a firuie; " . r.I " r "i--1t' lt ltijot sparks ex. !r-11 s had irn the I ASSASS...

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 January 1872

-*THE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED, t EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. WIN. G. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :-A Daniel E. Young, Greenvifle. 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. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872. VUlt '11i £CE FOI PIRE.IDEN T, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PaES'T- P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RECOnDIwo SEC T--WILLIAM VIGERS. onBESPONPIN( SEC'T -J. W. FAURFAX. MEMBERS. [FOB THE STATH AT LABOR. EDWARD BCTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. RABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McC...

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 January 1872

1L t, r ~t the Senate. When I say I will ti t , ditinctly understood 1 a1 t dr -wiug the line on the r Win I say the people r. t prsptePrly, I mean the tax Ine t, the intelligent, the ^ r'i n of iimy constituents, with (, r. I know that the iteIllt.nt white people that I , ae Lci they did not vote for Er + It bsuh proceedings. I t* .. his aund intelligent por ,,. u;,,!." ioinmunity deprecate trs, ioen; and it strikes me .Itrange that among the ril Us with that gust of ora us biny of the Gem saloon, it. 'organ of the Repub na. tind first on the list the :ati-,. I have no personal x th that gentleman; but if ~iit iun politically, he is r iukt kind. Next comes I ha .' sonic acquaintance , It it would nut. per i1 :t to himself and r. I t"' r lat' how I he iine iti him. This is, t, ta ltg time for me to 1 Iap I .I I t, know him, al Siin * A -inge (condition, ;:1,nin ur+ . vet. are daily } i at II I ityt\. Passing 1.,1,. I Tini next to the 1 I nri liircii. (;-iil forbid ~i sviy thinig abo...

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 January 1872

HARPER" S PERIODICALS. "Uuquestiuusbly the best sustained work of the hied is the World." HARPERS'8 MAGAZINE Notices of the Press. e )o more delightful travels are printed in the English language than appear per petually in RAapa's Manazsi. They are read with equal interest and satisfac siaon by boys of every grade from eighteen to eighty. Its scientific papers, while suf ficiently profound to demand the attention of the learned, are yet admirably adapted to the popular understanding, and design ed as much to diffuse correct information eoncerning current scientific discovery as it could be if it was the organ of the "*So eiety foe the Diffusion of Useful Knowl edge." The great design of Hs-rnn's is to give correct information and rational amusementto the great masses of the peo ple. There are few intelligent American families in which Haran's MAbAzINE would not be an appreciated and highly welcome guest. Tnere is no monthly Magazine an intelligent reading family can less afford to ...

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. — 14 January 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." vOLUME 2. ;NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 187. NUMBE 8. .. . . . . . . . '._a m i . t,,r.vdLys acd Sundays. 0r" ,1 ('ARON.DELET 8 rarr, \w OILEAAs LA. I I.. 'INCHIBACK, OaLr.s, (. ANT(OINE, CanDo, Ei. K. KELSO, Rit.mEs. ;. BRol-,~~---Editor. T Tens OFr StnsICBarTIro: - S.............. $ 00 S! U . . 3300 r. It, .... ........·.... 1 5150 L t', ,P" Y . .. .. . . . 5. PROSPECTUS ofi THE h tl, .,ndeavor to establish another , iL:i I~.iurnal in New Orleans, : v lrpn .turN of the LoriaLxAN, Sl .... ti a3 necessity which has ia san d sometimes painfully f m,,,it. In the transition state ,; h ,it.oI., in their struggling efforts ..in that position in the Body w:. hic.h we couccive to be their is rgarddl that much infor . guil;ance(, encouragement, Slad rprof have been lost, in "'.!1t n(Te f the lack of a medium, :.h hi,.h these deficiencies might ',:'li'i. We shall strive to make 4 L. vtLS~aNL.IO a desideratum in these ...

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. — 14 January 1872

. THE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED, EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. In. G. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIP'I : - 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. SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1872. OBR CIOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFnIAt. Pas'rT-P. B. R. PINCHBACK of Orleans. aRcoaDrwo Sac'r-WILLIAM VIGERS. OBaESPOSDINO SEC'y-J. W. FAIRFAX MEMErS. [Fro THE STATE AT LARGE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. 8. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. I:ABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McCLEERY, Caddo. 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. — 14 January 1872

a. t i. aend as he throws . . , , u f ilt n. w Im en r trn into a world of : \ , hack of that act, S. ill it he any Am !;'it 1., kn:ows that that t, n Of freedom was Sthatlitv u neve-r had c eiur birth God made " 1, ,' . ret,,rati, n and not a rLinjd riizht. To -4lay . tand fully lbefore the I.th no right of citizen The right of pr operty S!riviileg of aspiring to : , th" Ipe, ple. S . TI rI'L I'.lC'ALITT, ,;,t ,.ith the vast a~cession •o a vas't increase of r rc i"e",nibiltije . . I ,,t colt reld ian l niwt is . li.1S , hilm-elf, a(ld to . '1 :tMate bIy every StL. ni n.f his race., , I that those who i... i , yur present " ; .. , ý ;hr, - ir, lteilectuially r, . i duties. It is . 1 tr t such men S.. :- i. achieeved ti. TI -i i U ,tlic c l tIlverture,,, e ct p .r ..i.,. If with t asl i.i - rude forces - ti e th , , e .ne a r l iets : I it. i ..r t.1 that ithe S t, I! ll naeture- there - if the timinenico r r..e c.l n reach were .: r i that nature had but .: . the , iblility of the i...

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 January 1872

ment, on account of color, Mr. Hill enies that any wrong is thus done them, or any question of right vio lated, provided they are given com fortable accommodations somewhere else. And he justifies such exclu sions. It was, in his opinion, no indignity to order a colored man out of a car assigned to white men and force him into one exclusively appropriated to negroes, or from a public dining-room or lecture-hall intended for "white folks." But the Georgia Senator better not have made this attempt to justify the old "barbarism of slavery," and we think it will be long before he will repeat his mistake, at least in the Senate of the United States. He undoubtedly displayed much tact and ingenuity in defending this vio lption of the spirit and letter of the civil.rights act, and did all any one could to make the worse appear the better cause. But he has gone beyond his depth in venturing upon such grounds, and the harder he struggled the deeper he sunk. His arguments were riddled to shre...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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