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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 18 January 1872

2R~A eeL ousia "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." voLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1872. B ,eonisifrioa. _ -- --- I P: i T I,,,rly.s 'ad Sundays. -7:. ;;: ('AIRONDELET STREET, ". ORLEANSS LA. pgOPR-IXroz OB. .ý i: I'INCIIBIACK, OaLEAxs, , NToINE, Cauo, Y KELSO, RAPIDES. Wi. . .BRO WN,---Editor. I." ':.- "F SrIcýret1roN : " S . .......... $5 00 3 00, 1 50 S 5.... PRi)PECTIS oiF THE : t, 1 . ,,r to establish another . .... iurnal in New Orleans, of the Lotcslx.m , i necessity which has I s.ometimes painfully ' In the transition state . i their struggling efforts "... t p -oiti ,n in the Body . !. wii ,.nc-ive to be their : r. ,i,,d that much infor S:lllo tl. i neouratgement, :: .. i r ;rf have been lost, in .. tihe ltwk of a medium, v- "1,.h lhst deficiencies might .: 1. W,. shall strive to make r L " 1., .s ta lsideratum in these POLICY. mo.: tto indicates, the Loci iall he " lRjiublic,n at all <i".r-dl 'circiimsltIces" We S the 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. — 18 January 1872

JB'THE LOUISIANLAN, OWNED,-t? EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CABONDELET STREET NEW ORGLEANS LA. iia. G. 1BOK1N. Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - D.niel E. Young, ,Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington. Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hoen. 0. Y. Kelso, Alexiandi t; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :--James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :- ILwis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. THURS.DAY, JANUARlY , 187, 2. 9 GR r'IIOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERI. Pazs'r-- P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. BEcoRDIN. SEC Y--WILLIAM VIGERS. ORRs,,1,,iN(. SEC'x-J. W. FAIRFAX [ro THrE STATE AT LARGBOE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. S(CHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBEIT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN I'PAR)ON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. H. RABY. of N titoches. JAMES M...

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. — 18 January 1872

h:. -stanler suggested ijea of inspetion. A second der says: What in the thun ebre thto 0ispect ? The first pid You 1,,,k at that crowd ? ep lud thou knowest C ;eciahtii.s ? he said yes. cn X.k mIe What inspetion ;uc a ,:tur\ y meeting. Sir,  nI thei are not posted . f tiis party. Well , thl' this must be F; r,,c I are an epidemic? :.i no; if it was the 1:.,it surely aid, and r ' that we do not I;. icis this time of .: isted it must be :,t this time Schwab ii ..tL(' as orator of At this I bade S r 1 ight. , '.I. MAN ..1. t.. stand las orator of Si- .plcch was lengthy , r Itr ,l. Ibmin: satisfactory, ..., i1, .In lertV cheering or n, from tit. ~,licers, and there :lt fe.w .ip.i ,::',rs present, the onl k:,'nw l:' had an audi ,;,s : ' s ocasional groan it 1rt "f the hall. The i:eaullnced the name of v . a .i)b as speaker of the .: :,llpntcl te sergeant ....,tte.' to escort him ix i thl i middle of the room. ipr.itk:.t appointed the Secre cis. l ci.tt,,e of one to cheer . rr The me...

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. — 18 January 1872

lufileier of Wan or ril. (From the Daily State JournaL) The practice heretofore has been to charge to mankind all the evils suffered by womankind, and for every situation of shame and de gradation in which a woman is found, to visit dire and bloody vengeance of some hapeless man charged rightly or wrongly as being the author of her trouble. We have no apology to offer for the libertine and the seducer, who, with artful approaches, assaults and betrays the confidence of virtue ;, but for many young women thus ruined, a dozen men who otherwise might have succeeded to honor and use fulness are destroyed by the deceit ful influences of designing women. The world is full of a class of mar ried women who pass their lives in intrigue, seeking in society for vic tims, glorying in their ability to separate husbands from their wives, and sneering at the woman whose agony they produce. While vir tue is the rule among married as well as single women, and the safe ty of society and the country ...

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 January 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." IOLU'E * NE ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, MUN-DAY, JANUARY -, 187-. NUMBER 10. oe ouisian.ian. '> I4qy anu S*Aiays. r : ( 41o iui)F.i.ET s rREET, \.%N O t.f.sa LA. lotn'lHBA('K, ORLaEANS, ,,tortELwXI arLe. 1\ Ii l I:, ('..nu t, } h . . .R I 1 rto ,stlu-hdi another jurnal in New Orleans, of tiet LouisIASLAN, r . nressity which has . i som timns painfully ti In the transition state in their struggling efforts t 1o'itionl in the Body h '. We (-ilvei' to be their I 1:th much infor - '., no(luragemient, I r" f io je bee1n lost, in ~f the luck of a medium, 4 I Ih t dcetiiiencies might We 'hall strive to make r 'v a d".sidler,1'ozn in these POLICY. iotto indicates, the Loux adll he " R.pdlic'n ,u till cl'rall rircrnýumsrowa " We ito the security and enjoy r.,> 1 ,"p.l liberty, the abrso 1V'y 1 . .,11 n ,efor. the law, u ;"1 1 l h r nhution of 11(11 r :ti n ý to .,11 who~ merit ..1 allaying aniumo iit i, of I! th memory of the hitter harmo...

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 January 1872

i-THE LOCISIANIAN, OWNED,-*a EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED KEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. Id. G. BUOW1, Editor and Publisher. 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. B. A. Green, Louis ville. SIINDAY JANUARY 21, 1872. OUR CH1OICE Fuk PRESIDENT, 1b72: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTES OFFICERS. PuEs T - P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RE Dnan. S acv -WILLIAM VIGERS. Un1LEneOur 01Ž e 5rs'&-J. W. FAIRFAX MEMUERS. [ion THE. STATE AT LABOE.] EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemnines. S. S. SH'IIMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of 1japides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. 11. EABY, of Natitoches. JAMES MC...

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 January 1872

s followed the same method. ibther he spoke to farmers or to a mob or to a senate unumly avoided any assertion Iihiual superiority, and relied L im i ers'nutal, unimpassioned ,t of facts and principles to hi; point. His bearers that it was simply adjust ,r rlatiig their own ideas. their vanity nor pride was 1 1 h% his mode of exposition. 11:nuilton and Webster were t ilt skies as heaven-born 1 'fuse they seemingly n'l" '" on the level of thinkers. On the other a far greater political Q either Hnnailton or lId practically in the (' >iuOIns because he i.l his immense moral ii: 1 aperiority to all iit ers; but displayed r -Si' orations, immortal ,. L. inonc and breadth kit etilici nt as regards 1.L: . 1 i . is n 1 put to vote. *,t inion in ,ll literature, t t, fliu'ss of matter, f ri a iniig, richness oft t :u:'i itt unity of moral 1; ltnrke 51),5x11 on the -f .ur it is Dets; yet its ef . ' i-ri 1 ili the House ,,,"s w : s .,,light that Pitt, .h'rt c iiultatiou with ii". ic oi .1 it...

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 January 1872

([oarruara raox rear P;AO] You will And a condensed and compre hensive view of the magnitude and im portance of the levee system in the report of Wte Board of Engineers. You will see that Engineer Van Pelt estimates that over four millions of cubic yards are required to repair the levees from Bed river to Fort Jackson. You will find the Generals Humphreys and Abbott estimate that over six millions of yards will be required to raise the levess to their old grade, and over forty-five millions of cubic yards to the new grade. You will find that there has been built under the Board of Public Works 6,380,000 cubic yards. You will And that over eight millions of cubic yards have been built in the parishes of Carroll, Madison, Tensas, Concordia ant Pointe Coupee. since the war, and that over fourteen millions of cubic yards have been built in the State, during this time. You will also find the cause of the vast increase in quantity over the estimates of former years. The Louisiana Levee Co...

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. — 25 January 1872

he ~ernP eektp ouistauiau. AA "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANtJARY 25, 1872. NUMBER 11. 0 Lod~iaiIa s Pour. ys £ad Suad'ays. 1 1 CARONDELET Braswr, Nrw O :LEANU LA. p S. PINUlIIIACK. Oax1asa, r V. ANTOINE, CADno, GE ). Y. KEMO, RArPaW Sl. BB.ROWN,---E4itor. 'Trap Uw tit Snc awUirIoW: '3 ta . .... .. . .. $ 1M, l. a, . .. 3 00 e .... ...... 1 50 P'ROPECTUS OF THE Ia the endeavor to establish another ) riei3 journal in New Orleans, fe proip",Jrfes of the LoUimELZrA , poe w4,1 " nfcesiity which has ber 'an, d sometimna painfully to ,sat In the transition state twart'ple, in their struggling efforte f st,.fl that position in the Body i.d. which we concEivf to be their & ;(;! rcgarded that much infor e, guidanei, encouragement, Lnei r prodf have been lost, in ilInce of the lack of a medium, )' a Mich thesgedeficiencies might rib d. We shall striveto make L,; l.Nmvimi a desideratum in these '"-ii. POLICY. v ,r mot...

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. — 25 January 1872

AW THE FOUISIANIAN, OWNED, EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVFJIY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN. DIGS AT 114 CABONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. In. G. BOWr, Editor and Publiher, 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.Groen, Washington City. ILLINOIS : Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY: -Dr. I. A. Green, Louis ville. OUR C'HOICE FOR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICER. Pazs'r P. i. S. PINCHIACK of Orleans. BLExoRnIo Snc'r- WILLIAM VIGERS. OuLESPONDIs0 Szc'r-J. W. FAIRFAX MI MBERS tiros THE STATE AT LAHSOE 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. BABY, of Natitoches. JAMES MICLEERY, Caddo. DAVID YOUNG, Concordia. F. J. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 25 January 1872

le consequences of evil upon colored race and retard the ef civil and social equality iscnatry. 1lved, That the necessity a t orgianizations of this de scan only be removed by r otion (f the two races to enjoy civil and social sa:l this preparation is la ily developed by the thui by the extinction I cuirches in this country (t tl1it . sociatio adopt these -1which, I think, they t r7 .pos to argue them 1r 1AV ton, and to demon Sbold and reckless as our colored churches B iptist, and Presby a wretched fallacy rns and broken, that L ihsto:L can prove what Srqufntly asserted before, vh'i lit hSo &xlOelnttly repeated sal rights meeting, held at the anal ( 'lurch on last Fri ,we hall better at once oir Metropolitan A. M. E. tterprise ; while on the 1, it seems to me that if eproposition can be sus " proper respect for the Sa larg rmn:iority of the narch i, ini public should e Professor to make some n; when lie enters upon ..e knur.ciation of a system is M conotmy, which has -rut anI o...

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. — 25 January 1872

SMl W "gas"W 1315313 -1 *APMUE3 ofTEN -AWI OF IEN CAM R oF wVWrTY-5ux-A suOcc Be Grp YE! ID-KLUX-KLAN--THE OBJErT O0 THE ORDER BENG TO DEBAR NUONE0 PRO0 vOTINe, CAUSE OUT CArPST BAsesRs, AND WHIP AND HANG THOSE WHO HE FUSE ro BE CRUSHED, Nro. A copy of the by-laws of a Lodge of the Order of American Crusaders, has been captured by the United States authorities, but as far as re vealing any of the work of the order is concerned, it is entirely useless. It, however, does show to a cer tainty that there is a widespread organizaticn in the South, under the name of Crusaders, which fol lows in the tracks of the Ku-Klux Klan, and may, in the end, prove more dangerous than that midnight combination. The pamphlet containing the by laws of the Crusaders, consists of eight pages, indicating, as usual, the name and number of the Lodge, the designation of the nights when their meetings shall be held, etc. Article III, says: The officers of the Lodge shall be a Governor, Vice Governor, Secretary...

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 January 1872

eh ,en~et ousain "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." OLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1872. NUMBER 12. eouisthuaDa. ; B sr.- itys aid Sundays. Ort : CAROsDELETarRZer , Vw OILEANs LA. B pgO rarBI`rona. I SPINCHBACK, Oatxs, V tNT( IlNE, CADDO, V.' KELS.O, Rirmas. -n. G. BROWN,---Editor. rl ZTaxs ,)r 5casca I ox: 1 tSL.E~5 ..... .. . .. 0S o '!a MIs a .. .. . . .. . 1 56 PROSPECTUS ~P THE 3 L . .w"av ,r to estatilish another 2 journal in New Orleans, l Srar.. t, rs of the LorIsLaNIAN, lt " ty necessity which has t.': ci sometimes painfully fIt tr n-t. In the transition state Q4eir?'pl... in their struggling efforts I . man that position in the Body p which we conceive to be their t is r garded that much infor at: ,, guidance. encouragement, "l auiI r'proof have been lost, in CLS junmce of the lack of a medium, la Lch these deficiencies might - apjhld. We shall strive to make .L LriLt IA!N a desideratum in these POLICY. S'ur niotto indicates, the ...

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 January 1872

AerTHE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,*k EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. Wiu. C. BROUW, Editor and Publisher, 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 (LUMBIA :-James A. D.Green, Washine on City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFIGERL PaRs T-P. B. 8. PINCHBACK of Orleans. Recoanr'. Se cT-WILLIAM VIGERS. OaREsPNINJ?1NO Sic'-J. W. FAIRFAX MEMRERS. j[FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. 8. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. JTHOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. II. BABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McCLEERY, Caddo. DAVID YOUNG, Concordia. ...

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 January 1872

1:41 that Cromwell was in I went into the I found an audience of p-rsoins. After the ,trinwell's remarks, It I" c(alil upon, but it f l 1titulc to appear ie akt r he concluded It was then that the i fr upn to address the t decision of the 1iler was that the ' appears to have f his right of free V ruen. I am com j* the call wasunani toinduct was con to say that Sto(nstration made Sft or the others ac . d1crivirig John 1 roy, Dr. Cromwell, an' of the rest of the Ito indorse Carter I,! if minll, for the Re R e ti ; pari-h of Jefferson -,iV l.Ho)ng: d him, both ijii :,-~a . and we have .r to lo with him or his r .1 ,upporters in our iiIA3.11 1'. GR!EEN. TI' 1-s.-On Sun -he trt time the Pres regation of this city in their new church Vi.is filled to its full rn intelligent and ap ce. The building I, however-is an r architecture, a cred anfi a lasting testi sil ierity and energy -iiinatiýjn who have borne of it, vrtction. The :truniLp, the devout and :c tar of this congregation, , i '1- 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. — 28 January 1872

(ODmTDIED 3OWM Fln PArUra fact, the "red hot" rebel Legis lature ordered a new election, which has been held. But the Republicans refuse to have any part or lot in it for this reason, and because the Ku-Klux have obtained such entire control of a large portion of the State that they could not vote without dan ger to their lives and property. The correspondent states that his section was formerly Ku-Kluxr proof, but that these Democratic assassins have now everything their own way, and are carrying things with a high hand. He asserts that unless there is some check put upon them by the strong arm of the Na tional Government, all the leading Republicans who yet remain there will be murdered within the next twelve months, if they dare attempt to exercise the freeman's right to vote. Hancock, Baldwin, Wash ington, Watkins, and Putnam coun ties are wholly controlled by these murderers, and no man's life is safe for a day. They ride out on their excursions of rapine and murder two or thre...

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 February 1872

ehe `eru "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VoLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1872. NUMBER 14.  ~ ~ ~ - - ...s 2----L-- - .... . . . ... . . [he Louisiaani . 1 Thur.,yLi.s aad Sundays. 0 114 ('AoN\DFLET SrREET, i x Olml.E.ss LA. pgOPRID'!PPOE i. : . :I'INt('BACK. O aBLEs, A \ ANIIlNE, C.rDDo, Y,,. KELS,.O lDA1E5. in.G. BROWN,---Editor. f,-" Ii.s i I StI'ZCIIIPa rIO: ': Sh. . ....... $500o S........... 300 ... 150 .,ý CSI ... ... ......... 5 PROSPECTUS (If IiHE L. r .' 1, ivor to establish another r.:,: i 'rnal in New Orleans, t. i: l :',r of the LolSUarAN, 1,r : a necessity which has S: sometimes painfully L:r' ..-t In the transition state o: :I.p ,i.i'. ini their strugglingefforts . tih.t position in the Body I .: . whicjh we clnceive to be their d'...t ir r,.':.r ldi that much infor L.t -Il,. gcuail.' i'. encouragement, : x,1l r r f have been lost,'in . . ,,f the lack of a medium, ; t, h:h- these deficiencies might S' . We shall striv...

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 February 1872

t"THE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,"W EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. 4Iam. G. BROWN, Editor aad Ptlihher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISLLNA :-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.Gieen, Washington City. ILLINOIS : -Lenis B. White, Chicigo. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. UR CHIIOIC'E FOR PRESIDENT. 1872 U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL" COMMITTEE OFFICERS. PRE'T---P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RBconDIso ac Yr-WILLIAM VIGERS or.RESPON DIN SEC'-J. W. FAIFAAX MEMBERS. Fros THE STATE AT LAnGE.] EDWARD BUTLER, 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 McCLEERY, Caddo. DAVID YOUNG, Concordia. "...

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 February 1872

t to be determined by reason, 6 fat to be settled by evidence, then prluce(d' evidence'that the of Spain were reduced to a ,of "run, :,nld that the Span l ew frout one fort only; and di,-ted that. in, fact, Spain had St.trol of the( colonies, that S.s no actual contest, and .re was an operative inde ; et inmct. :, ea:rs later, luring the Greek , I:. C liuing, in his fam ,pat,'h tL. , t British minister ~.a.ntin,,ple. went a step fur I {. sail tl':at belligerence, S,et.enhl.ce. was a fact; and Spa;rty in a war had no :1, (d could not admin : 1 :ulm the ocean, but i,, i> prizes, then belli Sh., the tlrlt sense, was not bi,'r. 11.1 not therefore, be . fti is was a doctrine : ry ,. n::.tu1::), and therefore : ;.o iare generally neutral; a : this dlo.triue upon which .atmner iusi',d in his speech ,t the J 1,.< ,i, treaty. It is, ,.:la pn1lci,'"' \,ich can gov ionl: act o . When civil war t .her coun! Y ari'ses, or when. : attemtp; .: , throw off the :.mIntt of a parent country, ...

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 February 1872

[oorr2XNtV raol rar PAGis] from all points. The disposition of some of the Senators on that ques tion was plainly evidenced yester day by the objections which were made to a suspension of the rules for the purpose of allowing the Senator from Onuachita (Mr. Ray) to introduce bills bearing directly upon it. Mr. Lynch-As this discussion has taken a political turn, I was unwillipg to participate in it, but as my motives, as well as those of other Senators with whom I am acting, have been impugned, I deem it my duty to defend myself. When the gentleman. (Mr. Blackman) states that those Senators who are acting in opposition to him on these political questions are not prepared to act with him upon measures of reform, he states that which is not warranted by the facts. I appeal to the record of the last and pre vious sessions to prove that I, as well as other Senators now working with me, were ready to co-operate with him in the passage of any and every measure which looked toward the refo...

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