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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 18 June 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT.ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1871. lNUMBER & 1. T: ' :I.\NIAN, OWN ED, S. E! "\' Ii M1IANAGED BY COLO '' I PfBlLISTIED EVERY t71'I \Y ND SUNDAY MORN i . r1 ('A.ICONDELET STREET. " .\N"ANE. CI. , ."' ' I'I' 'II .\ CK. OnL Ir. s, Y KEFr.q, P, PrrIma. .;. 0t1()N,---Editor. p B. . PIN('IIBA CK, Mfanaager. T ir ' ,r tir .Sn't:IPTIO.N: "! .r - e-g t wo ºt " " ".. .3 (Hl ,nu "'." "" ' '" " I O()SPECTUS ()1' The Louisiania n. In h . ,. :..'Avr t", ,ýtalbli>ih a inother pr.. "' ,,urnl in N': Orl, ,nus, the : , , f ti L im-LANI.N, pro . , . A, ni . .-it which hlats } ., :. I '· . ti .i F:uaiifully- .I t t , .- : t i e . t l. t u .- l t io l l s t a tt c , :,tt. .... ,,t 1p ,..iti,,n l the B ody i' tif,', ..,: c"'" rjivcye to Iw their d . I " t .at I:-u('h infrm-i ;: : .. I, i ic;ln nt, C t c n a, I lave be n lost, in ,. , i t 1:, l1: if 1, mIn iiun, r ,,'w, "·:: 'h :b : ... d,.,'iencie.u ight S'W :!;ill str...

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 June 1871

The Louaisianan. iu',blished l'hu r;dds l nid Stund1ys. - - -- - - -- cold OFFICE 11 CARONDELET S rEL'T, NEW ORLEANS LA. reso Ia. G. BROWN,\, lEditor and Puablisber, defe the, P. B. S. PINCHIBACK, Manager.Ou OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :- Dianiel E. Young, bett Greardle.i" ei LOChIUINA :-John A. Washington, ITiack I.L , t'ane rlha Parish; Hon. G. gua )'. Kel.ik' Ax.e.lr..: Anuoine & Sterrtt. wit hrevep'lrt. A. C'., iutih, Carroll P.rish. I)ISTRICr OF Col'MIIIA :-James the A. D.Gre -n. H .a din.t ,,n City. are 1L IN\I' :-- lwi. B. W\hit., Chicago. KENT UCKY. - Dr. I. A. (ire.n. Louis rill-.: WIu( wit] lit SC C:i,:r ! I: 1:K'.I!:V7T, 1872: a U. S. GRANT. " SUNDAY JUNE 13 1471. for He "AFRICXN PitOGIESS." !10 Th.l Now Orhcans Piea'hin" in a a long arLcle with the the above head ing tries to !h:ow that the n.,r, hass gtin'du vastly by his tra:ai-1 uit.tion to this rentinnt uvilr the hi ih imse in3 etenco of ,la, er. It sa's: I-v "The ch:ang' , ,n t.:: 1,ria.ine barbarism andl brutalizy ...

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 June 1871

,, I te, cr, au* 1 £ Cl loops and S , 1. c!ui-ter of white re 11. 1 i:i frint. This entire 1 . : l le.iiv be manufactnr hole Lan at a reasonable cost, )J is very pretty anl stylish. i".1 ,ElE; SPIT. Ti. -kir. i, w:lkinglength and is tr,:,.l i w.th tlthr sc.int flounces, Lier , i,, by a ,luilling or pleat- th .... .. ,Is. A un,4 llodlise A tO.: rtitlll W1l'l p.e ,ting head ;1. Ti-I,,,aist isloop- C lt : h :t i., long andt fauli A r l :: d is Iuttonedu up in ,..:. :, r LW hit trimmed with ' I cr % ,lk. The; skirt has For "' r,,\ ncs,,e:i 'h trinm 'e !  \l .1 t:~; . .. . The silk waist isI :.ni, .J. , tl, ove, r-.'A.(N is of p I ~U'e"!: tri'.n:utl with :. with the nar,~w fringe. !vi. 1rLw. trii d wýit. Ii1 1\ , i'. :'v 1'" r o," 'latw, t Ill lll'.i' , r. . ' 'i ' l , i 1 :n large ,i:ik . Stal I ,;. 11 t--1 f, ',, .. \ L, i t'1ex tl-,1 e lls from Iur . 1 , r , a :: r  ,'foti t fa hionr " v " t. t.r.. n 'i, Lin let io - ill IIL( TI('-AL I oNOMY. be ., l.t. r - . I.t of0 t lhe sage of...

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 June 1871

-Order onc3 more prevails in Paris. Tjiq barricades have been removed, the streets reopened, and bizsieess is rapidly resuming its ac customed channels. The publica tion of the newspapers has recom menced, the places of amusement tire again open, and travel to and from the city is now unrestricted. Paris will, however, remain for some time ruder military jurisdic tion, and arrests of those connect(d with the late revolt are bing made as rapidly as the cu]arita c::n l;e discovtred. The Cowumun: ri~n ere-of which it is said the ~r- ail lists took.40,1('0--:ar being s'_:t t,1 Cherbourg for tri1d by cu t-at.' . Several thou,.a::d of the.- .n L: imprisoned in the o1 hLi lying : that port. The d:s..r:l.::uecn ,f cl, N:atifnai (;aurds is preccdlin w:th dis:patch, and they ar; ccln .fi.. - den to wear their unir.lrms. Pa,. : have be: discuv'r:,1 whir'h .r:1 of tile CJunl:ulno v e:e co' t'.t. '1 ai L,.rdc fr:om Lojln ji d C lirn, I the c'.i.'f of th'e V .::. - men's Intern.t:iitia. S ciot-....

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 June 1871

fA - "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIES AND UlmmE iLL CIROUXKTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOSTI6IANA, TWURSDAY, JUNE322, 1871. NUB T-rE p PIlSIANIAN, uwIsu,w' I jPITEI' AND MANAGED BY COLO 1, lt Is, 1I PUBLISHED EVERY ¶lI1l!SI)AY AND SUNDAY MORN AT I IiCI.ItONDELET STREET tilw IILI1NS LA. 0 h I; i'IN('IIBACL ORaLKAs, t" XNT)I\E, CLDPo, (. 'Y KELSO, RIAPInDs. B. G. ROWN,---Editor. p. B. S. PINCHBACX, Manager. pp.TEaM,- ,(F SrascarrIox: '9 tsr xt. . . .. . .5 f(5 t:M ~n g 300 IWHOSPECTUS OF The Louisianian. In tb , .rlarvr to establish another p Ial: -in journal in New Orleans, S",pr I. "r, of the LouIrsIAws, ;.: t" !ill a ueeessity which has t l 5a. -f ,: nn-*tsmes painfully t t In the transition state ,r*1.! , in their struggling efforts it position in the Body * w4 IConclvt to be their *r *eIl that much inform c inirigtniment, coun l l1,o-of ivte be(n 1ost, in> ~t th.' lack of i medium, sl i tlth'sedf!itieneiesmight ,li I. We shall strive to make r" . ;.'i s a d -sidcrdzum in these I(OLI...

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 June 1871

'The Lou siaisL.L Z' Alishl Thursdays aed amaudays. f OrrzcE 114 CaRoynDELCr seam, n N wOm Oi.r.ss LA. WE. 4. BpO'1 ', LEdcr aid hablisbfr, t P. B. B. PINC4BACK, Manager. i O:TR AGENTS. i. MISSISSIPPI : - D kiel E. Young, Gr..eu A'd. LOTUs IANA :-John A. Washington, Blick ok.wk. C incoriia Parish; Houn.. t Y. iieiso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, c S'revtarL, A. C. Ruthn, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COILUMBIA :-James A. iD.Green, Washingtoa City. ILLINOIS :-Liwin B. White, Chicago. KENTLCKY:-Dr. IL. A. Green, Louis OCR r(TOJt& FOR )'RIýIDE .V, 1872 U. S. GRANT. TIHURSDAY JUNE 22 1871, STAND TO YOUR GUNS. O.r Eght is nit laborions nor is our victory uncertain if we will only , remneruber that it is more to our in t-re' t to oppose Democratic princi pies than it is to cru3h the rivals for ojfie within our own ranks. T e history of parties should teach us n sound and judicious lesson in tlese reslp ts. Parties like men succeed to the extent of their vigor, sagaci4y and truthf...

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 June 1871

THIN CHE COUNSELS (I' W-ASHINGTON. 11 no bigger than a man's a arppared ovet odr city a few ago Happily its bolts were : at 'nv rate, they were not t !.nby any unwise attrac l"er, a1id for the hour we are and our safety is large t t~ *t. widom of Governor <ad his counsellors. A large .f muscle and of untrained l anI heart, was in a perilous tion running loose in our r. It wanted higher wages .? fwtr hmurs of labor, and Ir: k rIt Ith. Had pride and ", u,'1 our authorities, rather t,-n t'irance, forbearance and l..a. it i. safe toaffirum that these t t ,ld of June would have seen tnYi bloodshed in the streets of WlnBut the strikeis now * L, imn are at work, good S1,,t, sides has prevailed, h"r,'rs '(t not all they de .ia m. re than they form r . and all goes on peace I there is always a ,,hake mischief in the G ; re mt city has with int, il" of c'nflamgration ;1' oti ,n. W1.ashington is 1,f-,ended, and appalled i11 f horrors" enacted in Sfr ztful that we mniiht have * are on a smal...

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 June 1871

-A- .npsylvaniap mad at a neiglit b1t atd went` ii& bii gd a himiselfin the off eder'a barn, so as pt to h4y9 4 " le Qth plact W4 -Three women, disguised as men Ye lately attempted to rob a house in of Dallarbonmty, Texas, and were all shot by the inmates ofathe dwelling. -They have a boy in Stafford, N. )L, only eighteen years old, who is six feet four inches ini height, and a weighs one hundred and ninety pounds. --A few evenings ago a man nam edRoddy went into a drinking so- te loon in Milford, took a drink and Ial dice with the proprietor,.lit his pipe. sat down, and fell dead from his ri chair. a -A couple of boys in Walling- a ford took possession of a fish wag- a on, the other day, while its owner d was absent, and sold out the satire fc contents at low prices, and thezl dis- F appeared with the spoila. -A man nccused of five marri- al eges was arrested, the other day, p in Frederick county, Maryland. The h report says, "The accused accounted of for his five wives in a sa...

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 June 1871

- REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 187). NUM plliE I 4*IASIANIA\. OW'NED,-i IEDIThl AND MANAGED BY COLO pED MENS. IS PUBLISHED EVERY THIIRI51 AY AND SUNDAY MORN IlN;( AfT IIt CARONDELET STREET YEW (ORILENS LA. ;N pi II. S. PINCHBACK, Oawsrw, . (' ANTOINE. C.nrn, S10, Y. K KELSO, RAPWES. Wu. (G. BROWN,---Editor. PJ B. S. SPINCIIBACK, Mla nager. r f 'Tusens Or bi,"sscRwnsenoN: 'Git re Yr.} . . .. . ta r. M,. avr.s . .....a 3 00 ,r'"nIE (oPYR 1 PROSPECTUS OF The Louisianlau. In the endeavor to establish another ielWub,-ian journal in New Orleans, the pr,pri,,tors of the Louist.oNIAN, ] r',i" to fill a weeesity which has .a n lonui. and sometilnes 1i:aitfullUy ft'.t to ,xi~,t. In the transition state u,!f,,r p. uple, in their strugglig efiorts N, att.,I that 1position in the BIkdy i',lt, whioh we conceive to be their Jdi., it :s regarlded that much inform atioU, crmlah 'n. encouragement, COlun .Il anl r.proof have b...

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 June 1871

"lhe L411iataFn tl - - LA .!.r zi Oti'A,: Ii t' llrtc er straiLT, N :: O .::. .s. L.t. . l: :i. i;fi N, L.'I:t and Publisher ) P. 3. S. P!NCHSACK, Manager. . tifl'? ..'NT. C MIS": ,I'PI' . Danie! E. Tang, 11)' t'-t 1  :1 .T ',r, A. Warhington, C 131.rk li.', (C,:ie.r 1.i Parish; lion. G. 11 Y. K : , ::.:. ;::tr:; Antoine & Sterrett, Shr v, r' A. C. uith,. Carroll Parish. DISTi;CTf t CO,ltiUBIA :--James ' A . r:'. V,...I n .C:i.y. IL'.!N\;I i L -I,wi I. White, Chicago. t Kl::1 I': 1:." R. A. Green, Louis vitl.. 1,'r, ."7, . " ,n ':FE.SI E.T, 1872: i'' 1U. S. (IANT. , AML. C;:. I.. P\':us is our spe'i,:l ,,ul;t, a :u i at:ehorized t, s,'oicit] s~ubl rp :.i":, c.;ve 1.v n ymnt of ,.' -. t RA:.L .1!) i .SCJ IPTION. Fc;.i:..: \ '. *. I '"i': n has this . 'yor 4.h vr Pr.'r'r V4 t, t a t" ura. , "" I h.1 (d 1 IC.4l pli(( at t'- . J1 t e . w1- +n i l' 4 . f'.. ^ i T- rm entl( ip l t4 e . t" d p 1. c·" ;. I ,:1. 1: _. i ( " o:n( t P i'n with th'C?r ":: "' ,t.:.c..... 1" a.anw d L)t...

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 June 1871

, : ,:,lcr ri.crd. And in ,t,ad of  aring it over with infamy adl ,austr~atd epithets, the future ,,11 recognize itas a glorious record q.f a r:ace that never mnelted out and S,.v, : 1;.away but stood up man, fully. maun bt, man, foot by foot, and f:,,h_ it out for the land God gave .:c azainst the world, which seem- ' , ,m 1lo trol out over him. I ,. the t lian, he'.!:use there is, ,,::,.thi'n. in the soil and climate 1:",t mi1.(de! him. that is fated in the li ,us'nd years that are coming to :,I nas, and I hope we shall al . pr Il,t," hero,-s as persistent la 'i.tih an' d 3loketavata, the Phi! ; elh ' ,.f the prairies. n,w ,one word more. Do you k:",;t the Hi.story of aisingle aborig .,,, rt .,. Ilr,.i;ht in contact with Sr. ,t c .i4i:;:z, l wrave, that has Ibe ih .,,t :ll y bet t,r? - ' C:n you show r," tih)r r, cord on any continent S:,t , h b:ri,arians of India met A : .. of M'c:ldn. and the `',, ,: i n k ng hurlot.l in their S :tiune r,.proach that the 1 1 .. . " , ,i;L d...

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 June 1871

- -Many imlants in different coun-! .trie5 ftiseh uful substitutes ki soap tx, the n ,utiNe, whi' n there are I no eonuve:iwe: ,t"r materials for cou mantifacfnrint ordinary soap. Ex- Bu amples of tlthe. are the Soapworts' en (84pindu . so c.aled from furnish- tha ing, either in th!-, pulp of the fruit NMW or in the rt, o't bark, a vegetable I the principle ',.ailed sirarnine. Thus mit the Hindusi use the pulp of the any fruit of .qtiN,,,,adtryrns for wash- he ing linen. The capanla of another fer apecies, when bruised, forms suds as if agitatclI in the wvater; and the na- I is I tives'of India u' e t'i: as a soap for upa n a.hing the hair, silk, etc. Thei aril which sarorunids the seed of a cal $o"'th Anmrici., spyei.s is used as' oui av soap. The fre:h bark of the root wit of J,,tun iaa lelachiaa called "y'alhni' thu ponnddl.l and moutl.led into balls, is for u.sed by the Peruvians in place of tai; soap- Th.: Ca.adnaq,al a 'rcalit, exl from which nour necount is taken, rat also ...

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. — 2 July 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LO UISIANA, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1871. NUMBER 66. s lii' ·\! .N) MAN.A(,ED BIY C'L)D.-.: ",:": is *'INP ~sNDA EVERY - tý,;, , 1' :;I 1A.\Itl)Nr)F.L3 r STlrEFT I'I~)); r HBACK.~~ ORLL'.11id e' A `T0INE. &rnlo, 'in. U" IRO1 - ,--- Editor. '. It. S. YI CB'HRA ("K J1 iI,'I l#ir. ý Ten.aM'" of 'W1If4cR11'TIo04: lia M.'.I..I . . {O C1 Y.41 'I y P, R OSP EC'TUS OF The Thuiei&Xi2. l" t1*e ci 1 'aior to estahlih annother r,,p~ll"LI.'' j4'11ru111 in Newv Orhlans, Pc3.'ri, '1-) of the. Louz1y4~xIAN, t, till a necessity which has i," " u ien,,, and 1ome·timer painfully- f-:, t... In the tLrat:ition state I ...". p, .11',1, iu the ir it "tniggling efforts wliht!, ',j.L wte conctiv to be their 6,it l r, galrdl. that tuc4.4h inform "" i;,n, ri.lli jOnc, encoulraatflit1t, coon p.1 .ru.l r'olrloof have beecn 1otft, in r, uui r-ion! f thc Lick of Ii medium. thr1,ug 4i".1h' tb'"s.' cIl.ciHt'iesm gugt 1w e1i p;.ii. We shln...

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. — 2 July 1871

tohe Louisianian. T *ti PubNl ed Thurays ayo f Su days. el 4' N OmrIc 114 CARONDELET traEgr, i NEW Oat. ºs LA. Wn. . IW1, Editar fald hblishr.r P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. si OUR AGENTS. ti MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. YoungS. Greenville. LOPTtIIANA :-John A. Wanhin ton. o Rlaek Hawk. Con-ordi' Parish: Hon. G. Y. Kelns, Alerx.ndria: Antoine & terr.ertt, a Shreveport, A. c'. Rtlt, 'Carr, P'arih. ti DISTRICT OF COLITIBIA: - Jaine. A. D).Oren. Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. WHhiin. Chicago. KENTUCKY:- Dr. IL A. G:etu, Louis- t vill-. t c t. ,Or7 (7O W'E FO)R PTR SIiET T, 1872:} U. S. (;iII NT. SUNDAY JULY 2., 171. Ma. GEO. E. PiAsS is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. A DELUSIVE HOPE. The democracy has abandoned all hope of success upon the merits of its original platform, and though it is not quite ready for the "n w { deip:siture," it is n4,t unready for' suhtli alliances as will tend to brli.tk .down its opponents. ...

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. — 2 July 1871

) rev. VEry pretty with b to; teilett(A. Long-C-isted Florrs ,rr ,:ttlreter the IR5Sion, and are ,el'1nd hr three button'i at the Qat tanll n ecenina Flo: 's rom ; Inr;tto2is are aiced to Las * : '*. r4'thi4n 'nve1 cc.ming +',i" IIrý,11týT. t he eripr:c'1 -t 11 One · !Inli·;:;ter' n.1 ,j( 11-v flolwers are r I h' r iintifnl and( mi ' 4,art'5' r ,+n: of nat 1. a s to 7 4 : IL) p]i:ti4 ;o 1111w.f '1 w \ ithl a ff0/it' sashi }.. 1 , l :1tar;++ I ne o170 f ,".!:t 'U ! vine of g;r(en b("ayI. . Itaol crown. It wna one of " ~ ..r-tr Loantifal hats we have hall :: I v I riwe g11) r\. 'II 4RAWl GIPSFI, }t, ' ,,;I,, 1140 as above with ",, ::', r f/W' a·Ifrllrn(l a wrtatlh of l ( Porice p 12. VSic 4;~J\ V ··l~ f4.y .1 \I, itli :L ji - lace f:1" I +'II"I'.1( R s and I Ii I RI'II. 1.14 t"1 )\1 -; (lui'rcj, . .f l"IV 1--11:31 A. M. I 1TL'( sales4 t.".t'1-t' we're 1 -I - leart Iee~in- V.l 1 " 44.4; '.(tte, p,:rt at all tall 111' A .`O. W e '4.4 1n: hiI a 'rI I1111u(1' Ulitis', tutu4 , C i; !tg'zrc...

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. — 2 July 1871

I an am.Re ,ma ITEge, FiamIo operations are Wried ,on in the West on a collosal aele. Xi.. 'Mr.1mpso, who liver s.. ar the tos~n of Wells, Minnesota, hM 1,400 acres of wheat, 1,250 of fax, 830 of oats, and 400 of corn. About 4,490 acres altogether are under cultivation. He has set out 80,000 cuttings, cottonwood and white willow, and eighteen miles of fence, consuming 40,000 pounds of wire and 20,000 posts. He owns twenty brick farm-houses, with barns and other improvements, and expects to open twenty new farms this summer, putting up the neces sary buildings for each. A rFw days ago, as a Mr. Hackett of Carver, Mass., was driving a bull, .owned by a neighbor named Faunce, to pasture, the animal suddenly brned upon him and threw him into the air. As he descended, the infuriate 1 beast caught him upon his horns and threw him again. Mr. Faunce, hearing the outcry, ran to his assistance, but fell into a hole, brcaking his leg. dir. Hackett providentially escaped from his perilous posi...

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. — 6 July 1871

... "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLU CI .*. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 6O 1871. NUMBfER 57. -.e- :E: L"CUISIANIAN, OWNED,*; i r1 : fED AND MLLNAGED BY COLO ,1.1t, .!i. I PIUBLISHED EVERY ruiE1)A1 1 AND) SUNDAY MORN -: .t T 114 C(ARONDELET STREET ,I:Y (:LEA.NS LA. P110, J . S. PINCIIBACK, Oaztas, . (' C. ANI'OINE, CADDO, . t;Ei. Y. KELSO, RaPIDES. ran. (h. BROWN,---Editor. P. . . S. I'CLCHBACK, $," Til'rit or SUtscurP1io.: "*, .vo 'hra 5..3 iI ,.. ..... 3 00 ;a I. ,· a .. ....... .... 1 )50 ,,.-; . F" (" .y . . . . . . . . ..... . . " . PRPOSPECTUS OF The Louisianlau. In Lt.i endes.vor to establish another T;l,lui,'!r an journal in New Orihans, I SI' pr!.'or of tl:e Lmrs,,arust,I pr,', r..' tfil a necessity which has ,,. :t 1 ,:., and som.tumes painfylly f-it J, ilt Iu the transition state ,, :: I" '1. n their z srug;ling efforts , t.ain that position in the Body p,1'nel, l-hich we conceive t") be their due, it I, r. garded that much inform at...

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. — 6 July 1871

ARs Inrvi au&r . of oi prote Pub~ished TAh.krd ao d Snd4. bi_.e our 1 Orrmo 114 CaaoxswE osrxrr, ther Naw 0$.xums LA. betwi w11i. . BlfW, Editor uad Pblisr tr, Lieul P. 8. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. quesi them OUR AGENTS, this MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, t Greenville. ot o LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington. prod Black Hawk, Concoydia Parish; ion. G. Y. Xelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, m- Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carnbll Parish. dis04 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-Javre s A. D.Green, Washington City. sus ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicato. lum] KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis- and Ville, the - our ever and act S lieu this OUR CHOICE FOR PAR'SIDENT, 1872: wha wha U. S. GRANT. "i. - .. - - part THU'..DAY JULY 6, 1871, hasy selv atW MR. GEo. E. PRIts is our special agert, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive p:;yment of bills. not abo So- Our readers will be as sorry to acti learn as we are to inform them, that the Lorsu.nax~ no longer enjoys con tributions from...

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. — 6 July 1871

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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. — 6 July 1871

.-06as m ys e-forth of all rqbe r, pusoh*s from the Ter- 01 -1 ritories. why -There are 70,634 natives or Ire lead i oeicnt, tour c  who aut Ne rg rned as colors a -The Emperor William has de- lapi eided not to allow the erection of app any statute of himself during his edll f.tpsae. The -It is aid that more than one half of the hotels in the country are any kept by natives of Vermont and New "o Hampshire. As but -Miss Ida Greely, daughter of o Horace Greely, is said to be one of en the most accomplished mathemati- 'em .eians in the United States. -Next year musical instruments Th are to be included among the objects tio admitted to the galleries of the Eng lish International Exhibition. bor -Each of its street lamps costs Mr Cincinnati $40.55 per year,-about "R onefifth the amount being paid for gr3 lighting, ex±toigfishing, and clean- - ing t.e lamp. th -One hundred women in the thu United States are now studying the law. The yoathful male attorneys rei will soon begin to wail in...

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