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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 8 February 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME t. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 187. UMB Le Luisiana. I S. ' ,iI r('qy s ,vil S.rnd, ys. S l C.AoI-NDIELET STREET, y w OI:TEAxS L+. opRORIEOETOa. 1I'IN('IIBA('K, O .RLEANS, , \N[ 1oINE, Canso, Y. hi-ISO, 1PIDES. uRs. WG. BROI N,---Editor. , . .............. .$5 00 . . . ............ . 5 .300 ,; . ...'1 . . IPROSPECTUS , ,I' . If! .5 :. r to establish another ..n jurn: in New Orleans, r: if the LorIsiANIAN, :, ... , a necessity which has , "... : .1.. , s,,in.times painfully S In the transition state (,.. .. in thir struggling efforts t:- .it Ioitin in the Body ¾r · nl: v, cnceive to be their , r.,: rl-1 that much infor . ,;. : 1. ,encouragement, 1 :  i r r, 1l f i, ve been lost, in f tI. lick of a medium, . .. - . h d-lticiencies might Ssha\\ ll strive to make ' : i ,: ; a ,I'..i',rtlum in these I't )LICY. " :.to indicatets, the Lori ,,ll he " lublican at all ,,,t rodl ,ircrun.orae." We Ito the securit...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 8 February 1872

,OTHE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,'1 EDITED A.ND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. na. G. BIOW1, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Pariah; 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 vaille. UOI C'IIOICE FOR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PI'tlST' P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. Raconrsm SE'Y-WILLIAEM VIGERS. ons.rsPON.DIs SEc'--J. W. F.IRFAX MEMBERS. [FOB THE STATE AT LARGE.] 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, Concor...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 8 February 1872

hies a*;- -~- vchijes, ready and willing to vote Ilv uan calling himself a Re .can. ~ho comes before you for : "sfrm:-''s" Southern Senators s, amnensty for rebels-men S, !th highest crime that can r etratel in a nation-prefer : jutice and protection to r" . . i. ,,rie .kment in the South, I o I.,1,p'rtunity offers the col l shoiuld see to it that .. q:at,)r nor Representative i r misrepresent them in .. , not vote for a mem ,'.r,,'s who does not aid in : F. -, juality before the I11.l: SLFFRAGE. a l ut of the Trii,,,iw, S ti · enune, makes the ,,, t attempt we have seen :: il: (,f the working of .,:: in \Vyoming Terri ;"t 1,e ,.aiies hiImself to fur a .,i ,f illustrations, for :, 1, w-hich he vouches, - ti,.· ,ir to draw his own . :.: . , :cri'bes the pas f thi at to the fact that the :.ar, w: lar ,ly composed . lr, "hoi wihdsl to attract :. t, the T1 rrit, ry., wives being rI.C.. c:l m ire doubtless in !t ,f t.ing that humorous Slulic q,iestiols not uncom .vI tnw communities. T...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 8 February 1872

lions as the city may make, be its rolls on which its taxes shall be col lected, and that the Administrator of Assessments of the city of New Orleans be constituted ex-offlcio president of the board. I again submit to you the other specific recommendation contained in my annual message. 4. I recommend that all fees al lowed the Auditor of Public Ac counts, amounting, it is believed, to about $25,000 per annum, be col lected by him and paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the "interest tax fund," to be employed in paying the interest and principal of our debt. 5. That the act giving the State Treasurer $2000 per annum as receiver of moneys on public lands be repealed. To receive these moneys is legitimately a part of his duty as State Treasurer. 6. That the Clerk of the First District Court for the parish of Orleans be paid a salary of $6000 per annum by the city of New Or leans, and that he be allowed no fees from the State or city other than the salary for his services. Th...

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 February 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." SooIT ME ?. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1872. NUMBER 16. ThiN'.lsy/ 1a'j S(11(y1 . t ', (.l'ooNDELET HrRErT, NR.w O,:LEANs LL. 1 AT(II\E, C'1A' V:t V KELto, RIioitt Hitt (, BROW\,---Editor. r Taxý2 ,y t" n1I:enwr'toY: !!1 . "'F . . . $3.0$ .. 3. ... : 00 i1 5 PROMP1E'Tt'M n i. I i. 1. h .r to establlish another 'urnil in New Orleans, r: of the l1r['stANLI.N, . a ne1-c ity which has ,. i ometim«', painfully r In the transition state 11 in their struggling efforts ti:.it 1t"lition in tLe Body wii hirh w' c"neeive t(, be their r" g: r:lrl that much infor - gii.Lt.iii encouragement, :1.1 r, jrmf lave been lost, in the lack of a medium, _ is ((1.h t!e, n, dcficien ies might i :. 1. W1e "shall strive to make 2 1-2 ItaI dtsk tvl':n in these POLICY. rmotto intlicates. tL1 Lou "",1bl ol he r'' Rnylarn «eal to the security and enji y vr-i..l"i ii liberty, th; al'wo e,".ah ti o tf rlnn before the law, * u 2 'irn 1 .i: rib...

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 February 1872

lTHE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,'E EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. fm. G. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :- Jani-l 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 COLUMBL4 :-James, A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis "ille. OUR ('011')E FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. Pazs'r-P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. Rzcoanuss Sac'x-WILLIAM VIGERS. ORESPOnIoNG Sac T-J. W. FAIRFAX MEMMAS. . [FUR THE STATE AT LeABOL] 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 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. — 11 February 1872

*l ,r tndmen~it was unf is t" make further ur insageI should take 1 th amendment and iu tht irst place, we have l 'inition of a citizen of tit. ,ianti then in the a'1 inhibition upon the thy cannot make or , whicih shall abridge -r immnunities of citi *1, States: nor deny 1 :thin its jurisdiction rt io' of the laws. ( onigress is empow these provisions by i: lation. Surely, if donbt in the thir . t, as there is not, S11loved by this sup *. l-ncnt. Here is f~tf citiz-nship, and the 111:1.ro tection of the * lirl,, citizenship 1 ti pllicud under the St ni ti '. Whatever ;. this is within thd power .s in expriss grant. But I into 1rrtel by the De fr Il pl ndtnc .:as I in hi U):1 is ,till mrnI e irre LX'rn~ua 6, '872. ( vinig oivicts awaiting thi State Penitentiary: mhurglorv and Lar 4 yrs. I retnv G me. 18 " 18 1/ 1 12 " 12 Martin " 6 I i ( l u 'iii'. 1 ahe1rtso~n 14 "nilnii' 8 S t' -.tainst whom other u: , ntering a yrs. h- r iike pretences I \Wni alias Smith 1" *Iis zzlement 2 R. N. ...

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 February 1872

THE COTTAGE DOOR. How sweet the rf-.t that labor vieldd The humble and the poor, Wh.'re site the patriarch of the fields Before his cottage door. The lark is singing in the sky, The swallow on the eaves, And love is beaming in each eye Beneath the summer leaves' The air amid his fragrant bowers Supplies unpurchased health, And hearts are bounding 'mid the flowers, More dear to him than wealth. l'mec like the blessed sunlight, play. Around his humble cot, And happy nights and cheerfal day.. Divide his lowly lot. Oh. happy hearts, to him who still The ravens when they cry, Awd makes the lily 'neath the hill. So glorious to the eye The trusting patriarch prays to blehs His labors with increase; sNh ways are "ways of pleasantnea.,,' 4in 1 all such "paths are peace. The Game of lemory. The game of memory as practiced by the Ojibways and Northern In dians, has been found profitable, both for recreation and improve ment, as a branch of object teach ing. The Indian chief or teacher in his r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 15 February 1872

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME t. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THRUSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1872. NUMBER eLoisiran. 1I iiý"u s ry sd uidSundays. t;. 1i1 ('AiIiDEIET srRRErT, rx OR.EAss LA. : I'INHIItACK. OmLEdAs, '\N'DTlNE, Canso, ,;i.l KELS(, RAPrr)s. ,,. (;. BRO(WN,---Editor. I..V' "' Y ' t I rIPTION: 4 . ........ .$5 0o . ............ 300 1 , .. . . . 1 50 - z . .I . . ... . . . . . . . . . 5 PIRtO()PE('TUS S() I ' HI: ., ,lvor to, e'tabllish another Sj, urn;l in New Orleans, . ,f the' Lorns-,IA, a necessity which has ..:. . m:tiniws painfully , In the transition state ii the.ir struggling efforts .. ,.t p vition in the Body IlJIi wi V conIceive to be their .r"arl.le i that much infor "gliil.a.ce, .licouragement, .iiI r. pro,,,f hive lbeen lost, in i. of th, l::ck of a medium, , nl h th! ,, thdeficieneies might ,, Ii. \\'e shall strive to make Si i 1LI a vie.silr., tum in these I'OLICY. ..r itto indicates, the Lovi hall be " Republican at all ,i, ,irall...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 15 February 1872

-rTHE LOUISLkMIAN, OWNED,' EDITED AND MANAGED BY COIAB ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. ta. G. BROWH, 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. R. A. Green, Louis ville. EJUR (I'IR)IE FOI: PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERIS. !''ET -I'. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RcoaDLxu SEc'r--WILLIAM VIGERS, nnaEsrosNDiNO SEc' --J. W. FAIRFAX [FOB THE STATE AT LARGE. EDWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. S. S. SCHMIDT, of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St. Landry. JOHN I'ARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. I IBABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McCLEERY, 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. — 15 February 1872

Lt h,· ill bget it. This is the Seniui Of a good preparation ej h ,h--to know definitely n,, , -th to gain of an au anil the means by which St., ,in it. All true ora - . ir psych!ology. . :rl speak deliberately ;.,,,1Y. ult no man can sue . pr,:tk- hesitatingly-who . ,,:: ',tence and begins ha Speech is like a shy sy balking mule. At : . t ung speaker must .' --to keep a cur frun beginning to end, "  If you drop a stich, . take it up. If you %c, wrd let it go. Don't :,, it. Keep right on, .. t Ih yplens, to the end. .,oif more value than v. (f course, the S.,  that which is full o .,.ia,., expressed by the . i.e, and tlueatly uttered. :l,. one i larning, he should it ,:,I..lf he tripped up by -,,r t!: want of one. Jump A r t, er the mistake. :_it in. It wi! be time ru next endleavor to profit R n;ocrince of mi-takes. n. ii stlw of thought, dull 'very c ttious and secre S:titlre without that talent n.;inss, whic'h tends to pro nn. mi upon anothers, or if . vely s,'nsitive, so ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 15 February 1872

Temper.-Like fire, temper, wisely controlled, is often an excellent servant; but, uncontrolled, a dan gerous master. 3iesides it mud rule or serve. Without mental power over it, sudden fits of passion often overcome prudence, justice, even love itself, the obligations of business, and the ties of lifelong friendship; while a philosopher has affirmed that every ebullition of un governable temper, every hot out burst of passion shortens one's life. Yield to the habit, and it soon be comes your daily disposition. Mas ter it, and it ceases to afflict you. He is more than thrice-armed who can be calm and self-contained when the poisoned arrows of malice or of hate pierce the most cruelly. For the inspired record declares, in language which combines counsel with prophecy: "He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city." And, if Til lotson was correct when he said that "anger is a short fit of mad ness," how should all who desi...

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. — 18 February 1872

he een~3t ousfua "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1872. NUMBER 18. I Tkurduays aad Sundays. 114 CARONDELET SrRErT, \'« OIILEA~s LA. Ator'uazmc~uomas. I It. l'INCHBACK, OnR.EAs, (' ANTOINE, CADDO, Cs.' Y. KELSO, RAPIDEs. Ilar. V. BROWN,---Editor. *' TIn ;orI SUoseIwrloI: Mi Si'.o ... ...............$5 0 S \TIO ............ 3 00 . . . .... ............. 1 50 PROSPECTUS 'of T11 : I 1 Itii iI ., Ul aver to establish another ; journal in New Orleans, .. t rs of the Lortsu us, till a necessity which has tid sometimes painfully tt. In the transition state pI.. in their struggling efforts that position in the Body 1 ..: whirh we conceive to be their :s- rle1ard that much infor u. enidiwn., encouragement, :.nl ri jr *f have been lost, in 7J( if the lack of a medium, " : I hiiih these deficiencies might " :I 1 i. 1'We shall strive to make LI quNLtN a desideratum in these POLICY. t.r motto indicates, the Lori ,.: .ýN...

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 February 1872

pW-THE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,9l1 EDITED AND MANAGED BY COLOR ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN INGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET NEW ORLEANS LA. ft. G. BIOW1, 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. OUR. (TIOIE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. PRES'T -P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. RacORDING Sac'r--WILLLAM VIGERS. oausronmiso SEC's-J. W. FAIRFAX MEMBERS. [FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. 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. — 18 February 1872

sters of black people. They con the disease from those who haid it before them. They earn to issociate color and condi $n as5 objects of common aversion'; Sthu it has come to passe that pie)a is a very general char ,,r white Americans, espe at the South, and too much the ŽNortli. It is simply a contemptible, and anti-demo ,rinuciple of educated caste, ~ ln color as the sign of T TIins is the whole diffi th Senator Saulsbury; and ably now too old to get If he had been taught in to treat colored people in ings, by right of Nature to deal with them as L, har with them in the burden, and privileges of ~ anX civil life, he would not 1. his own humanity, jaail' the otlice lie fills, with a rigmarole of senseless froth. I so happens that in the charter tur' eolored men have just as r:eht a, white men, and hold _o a tdrivation and sanction v ,Isinc and sacred. Let fact he accepted as a fun :aI truth, siil practically ac _ d ,d and all other questions ;wen the two races, will by a fore. take...

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 February 1872

I 15 IENTB. It is related of Randolph that, during a horseback ride through the State of Virginia, he was annoyed by the impertinent questions of the leeper of a wayside inn at which he put up. He chaffed during the vening at the annoyance, but with the aid of philosophy and an occa sional hot slang he avoided making any disturbance before he went to bed. In the morning the landlord again plied his questions, which Randolph submitted to until he had paid his bill. "Which way do you go, sir ?" said the inquisitive tormentor, as the statesman of Roanoke was mounting his horse to depart. "Do I owe you anything ?" he re plied. "Have I not paid my bills ?" "Yes," answered the landlord promptly. "Then," said Randolph, "it's none of your d-d business which way I go." Saying which, he put spurs to his horse-as usual with horsemen, I believe-and galloped away. Before going many yards he came to the forks of two roads-one road led to the right, the other to the left. Being at a lose to know w...

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. — 22 February 1872

Zlu . .. "I -i t .. "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 2. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1872. NUMBER 19. :i. :riTtrsidiys ald Sundays. : l (C.\UoxNDELET STRETrr, .- OI:LEANS.LA. lINCIIBACK, OuRI.~.as, \NTIFNE, CAnDo, .y KELSO, RAPIDES. 1.',. BROWN(,---Editor. .r 1'Et'aý or StevetrmTrox: i'ý' rT. . ....... ..... 3 00 .1 . ... . ...... 1 50 ,"i l 'i "......................... I'RI4SPECTUS ':i" TIlIF ..... .,,,;iývr to e'stalish another . . j,nurual in New Orleans, : of the LoUtsIaxLA , ;. . , necessity which has ..: .:.1 sometimes painfully la the transition state . : their struggling efforts S... 'position in the Body i.: conheive to be their r,.,iarhel that much infor g'lil;'. encouragement, .. ,il r',." ,rf ha.v4 been lost, in i ,i'. i t,,. lack of a medium, ..i.,"h t.-" deficienciesmight :. We sha.ll strive to make S.I 1tsl i a dideratium in these PIOLICY. ..,,tto indicates, the Lotl !4.l be " Republican at adl [, .Drll circumstance...

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. — 22 February 1872

PW-THE LOUISIANIAN, OWNED,6it ITED AND MANAGED BY COLOB ED MEN, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY MORN IUGS AT 114 CARONDELET STREET MEW ORLEANS LA. im. S. BROWN, Editor and Publisher, OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E Youngs, Greenville. lOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, IWhk Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. L. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine a Stemrett, Ameveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James AL D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, t'hicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ma ER 'HVOICE FOR PRESIDENT. 1872: U. S. GRANT. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OFFICERS. h'r--P. B. S. PINCHBACK of Orleans. EmnDISom Sac'Y-WILLIAM VIGERS. IaPOoDING SEc'yT-J. W. FAIRFAX [FoR THE STATE AT LARO ] RADWARD BUTLER, of Plaquemines. R 8. SCHMIDT. of Orleans. THOMPSON COAKELY, of Rapides. ALBERT GANTT, of St Landry. JOHN PARSON, of Orleans. A. W. SMYTH, of Orleans. t. RABY, of Natitoches. JAMES McCLEERY, Caddo. DAVID YOUNG, Concordia. FV J. HERRON, of Orleans. Fir...

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. — 22 February 1872

On from G}eorgia, to add ' i counsels to the'prospec .ronions deliberations of hot and responsible assem- I Sppelars only two things the lealersk?) of the Re "n arty in Georgia agree : ;r '..natin, Grant; and g control of the party i"'am" r"h Journal. A CARD. . en my name used in a :, one of the Presidents .·.tlg held at Lafayette S tur(day evening, 17th leave respectfully to this medium, to my f"iends generally, that -:. used without previ .t:ng me. " I 21. 1M71l C. B. LOVE. lional fon'intion of the Col ., fople of the Ioiitd States. • . ' ., Jan. 22, 1872. i )-ne preamble and re ,.re, :,. ,lti, b!, theSouth e i' ( 1,,nton of Colored c , c o nvened in this city :ih day otf October. 1871 : . the time tixed for the i ,f this Co nvention was .rtinate', owing to the im . an;vasle, going on in he Southern States, and : of nmany good men to : S mlquence of the same; n.;:,, uany prominent col .n d.sallr''td of said call, , v c ,nsidlered it sectional; .: . ..:That the President of h be,...

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. — 22 February 1872

Believing, then, as I have before said, that the national Government is the guardian of all the liberties of her subjects, I think we should lend all our aid to the establishment of a national educational fund. I think, sir, it behooves us, as the guardians of the rights and liberties of the people of this nation, to do so; for we are told that all there is of a na tion that is good, that is mighty, that exercises influence and pro motes prosperity are the products of. the education of its citizens. Then, let us make provisions for the education of all classes; and if the State governments are unwilling to povide equal facilities for all, then let the national Government take the matter in hand. The Education of Editors. The "Record," a journal devoted to the dissemination of information especially intersating to the "craft,' very truthfully remarks that journal ism has came to be recognized as one of the learned professions and takes rank with theology, law and medicine. It is, ind...

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