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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 9 July 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." IVOL.UME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDMY, JULY 9, 1871. .U R8 Itr~ III " jifT;A1E) I":VEP.Y! fH1IX .t~i SUNDAY MOfl\ lý, 1t(.~ C~INI)ILE.T SIT.EET t ". 1'1l\III('K. Orujrnu.j pi. 1::(1 I'X E.IBA (K If)ý' ,-, Edijor.: ` . 1.º( OºF The. Louisiaiia~U. l. r n"', rtAl b to r Itjl~ti uh anotht r 1, } J,. . tl irt intr "w g lrtgffnrt t; i ,"n,"t týifth Li& ' 41 the inil l.. it 0i! .*t Wl ' , iv Y ~to w ich Ioi 1,, -t. :l... tý' l . Ic k ct t uetlSl~infuti, 'In thin't ci'nitiyT an~tien~ Ii-,itnwr auglnit Ieftr. c }' i n t,.t i +tl t1' ilf the ltittIr ,i, t ^.I "'" tti ltd l t" 711 l inf r - r" ut-. I 11:0, 6,rt1 1".it. in -AI ,I Ai i h tL it jt. tshitnitw til 4liP tu Ii,".\'-sil sti etom k ý.',:: ,"ltt 1 th'ei~' ,luvrl 111 iceti A -- %r t-t t, ntl j''. jctnof the r rh hl.. .; til ~ I 'lbr"m "i` ,a l",":"r. e(ntafl c". Wltre, 111n " - 'r"tit,, i inrtl anteih ri enoy ., , tr . it1me t»"f~ ;I the law 1v thetati, "s tr lnuetrno of hni...

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. — 9 July 1871

- __ the Published Thiurdy's anwd S1(u dys. tiht -~ - = a OFFICE 114 C:I ONDELET SrtiEET, for NEW ORLEANS LA. cuta tWm. .- f1l WN, Editor atd fatblisher, P. B. S. PINCH BACK, : 4neir. as ~--- - - --- - --- I tl:E OUR AGlENL'T. thi MTtiiSSIlIPPI - ])niel E. Young, Green, illk. LOUTINA : - .TJhn A. W shinrt'wn, un RBlack 11:sw~k, Ci,/.rdria Cuih;1 . Y. X.k1. Io, A ,t2lria; Ant, i e & Sti rrott, Stir; v port. A.. R.. It Ch. tCrr dl iai. ctv D)AI:TIClT (.F ,C:1L'J.11 l. : -Jaues ur A. 1) G(r-.n. Wamhit4.tor, Cit Ita.l!NOIS: L"wii B. Whit9,, ('hie,". to FENTUCKY: Dr. it A. Garen, Loanm- to vill.. - t" " Ill it. OUR ''7 1' 1' F.11: 1':r 17?,!! UVT, 1 U. S. GRANT. its. ( ;::. E:. Pmis our~ 1.pecial L( atent, and is authorize-I to a di -it ti. hlub cr1'iptiI., :ill receirle papnen~lt b) of bilU. Itzi' ) ir reau .ý' wi1 in ai torvry to I-arnt as w.' _r to info'rmt th n, that ý Cie LorvsuN!ti %N jtl4 r enjoys coa- an triiiitiiti from the v2sable 111n (,f J. 1" 11:,s NI1srtin 1 qy, Ito TiH...

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. — 9 July 1871

hr. the r. or atiffer -ý, for the pro(eift~of of 01d. cliaractt'r, there is t~ .hallow of an excuse to ! 1":11e ~1l-speftkitlg ~tre the 11 4I(uie'tv. are the dis-a (' of m4oral at:(l :1I bro1 therly hlov. Re ý,,".,,II dr il r'~tluirei; vaine L repuntatiou of. 3 o1r l 1 III Wt)~l'l youtr ow ii his I ioliy ui the rel1ation( 1~" t p~ail of your 1!1 t(lrii(rvei not your 1 "1 f:: n(-hip, lie hits at of 14 brothier errs, 1- 1o" tie lirerogative it OtIl( (.f4 101)4' r\ tiiX l 1"i:.I-(!` and comfort of( f" 16n' t l by the side of att " io' co-tnt'v; it t ,l 1'ii :n fr~ont thu I ..11,:.11el~lu f,»r the iepose, 't1:1 :11t ,l comIfort of all tllhIOe n,-kt t to the (cottal(t of1 1 . Rhr, l!1t r\' reg: t; with h(. en "i te 11( Lk oft 1 f, *w,'-creatulre. 't\'hil~ *. , "l 1 it th(iiri tlro)I;Eilg I LI1 (',' :1 litil the tar 't ('I 1,1 :1: 1:1i frienib'bip it t l of'ltt, ofCl ;, L ." ,11 (" ai,;Nell ti 11 the heairt (.f joo, ~iI 11 ithbe "1:lfý.r '. a1w1, f"rlrt lier c~'(Iflit iin the woErld I (1"...

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. — 9 July 1871

I hAAESTI,9 JIJMIS. -AmeugIhe ladlSeeO ve the at e Conmo urei Tpd, .U-i h& Statin ur, md daughta of Dsvid Paul Brown, Esq., one of Philadel phia's 76 dimngurlshed - lawyer Mrs R. deserves grst consideration from the Government, her husband being a Southerner by buth, and yet to the last a true Union. mea. Meek ladies as Mrs. R. are entitled to more than that pitiful nine hundred a year, whic'h stops when the incumbent fol lows the example of the Administration. -A CasE Fon LAwrTSm.-A woman got a degree of divorce in the west ern part of this 1 tate recesitly, whith allowed her to marry again, but do nied that privilege to the other par. ty. Now the same couple want to; remarry, and the question is, Can the man do it in this State without violating the decree? -4ne aecountof t! e destruction of the Vendomne column, in Paris, says that when it fell, it brolce into three pieces. Another accornt says it was sh?*ttered inti ten thousand frag thents. Who is responsible for the dis cre...

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. — 13 July 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, ANID UNDER ALL OIkL)UMS'tANGES." . ____ I.. V O L U M 1 . I E W O L U A N L O U I I A N A T H U R P A Y , U L I th 1i1 . NM 5 R R ec-iE LOUISIANIAN, OW1CED,9, EDITED AND MANAGED BT COIW LED) MEN, IA PUBLISHED EVERY TJIURMDAY AND SONDAY MOBN.r DioS AT 114 CARONDELET StREET .oe SEW ORLEANS LA. the Sp. . 8. PINCHRACK. Oa32aws,wh C. C. ANTOINE, CAano, ai r CEO. Y. KEL8O, R mas. I pt. G. BROWN,***Edltor. wb I p. B. 8. PINCHBACK, Ha Maeager. I r Passe or SvscaczorN: 4 p.e 1 ea. .. . . . .. . . . ...6 i Sri Mos-rTs ...............* .300 .o....1 50 1):B(,E 'OPT ... . .W PROSPECTUS A OF The Louisi`341is In the endeavor to establish another Y BepubliUCan journal in New Orleans, th, proprietors of the LotvA'- &N, Wl propose to fill a necessity which has W1 been long, and sometimes painfully feIt to exist. In the transition state A of our people, in theiratrugglingefforts y t~ ittain that position in the Body VlAlti*, which we conceive to be their Be iu,. it is reg...

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. — 13 July 1871

PuablishAed Thi'rsiksys and .'unceIays. I pare ..B Orrict 114 (CAoovzr~r sraer, Igh !short New OLa.¶a s La. grew than ®i. a. liOW n, Editor aid Pa t Hoat that P. B. 8. PINCHBAO , Manager. nothi some OUR AGENTS. for ! fob the MTS-1JSSIPPI : - D.ºniel E. Young, meni Oreemifle. Stara LUIS1ANA .; John A. Wawhington, Unit lasek Hawk, (oncordia 1'arish; Hon. 0. Y W, Y. KeLo, Alessndria; Antoine & Sterrett, I " It bhreveport. A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. Iexpl DISTRICT' OF COIATWiIA :-James I t A. D.Greee, Washington City. I LLINOIS . -Lewis B. White, Chicago. som KENTUCKY;--Dr. 1. A. Green, Louis- slv -coy But Ithe Nat mil AUR IrJlCfe FOR PRESIDENT. 1872:1 ing . S. GRAN T. la U 1 - GRwit THURSDAY JULY 13 1871. the alx Ms. urn. E. PAsus is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit ~la subscriptions and receive payment for of bills. in THE "TIMES" AND NEGRO to LABOR. of - -- chi The Times in a leader last Friday ph has som0 very sensible views with nu reference to .the reletionahip...

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. — 13 July 1871

ear tle rosponsibility of up the daortcoming. , At. a word from prc ident McComb these gentry I 1w pcrsuided to remove the 1hqt.Kle, for they khow very trell 18, hat in case of refusal to comply. the . n I their sleeping cars would he 1 left behind. del But if what we hear of the con- doi duct of the New Orleans and Mobile an( r ,al be true, they committed a Se( ire iter outrage than the other com-Alt They refused to permit t inmen to return to New Orleans ed W() hail been permitted to visit a Lit chIbriiug city on the company's Pr( Ac e1r7 This company has received . iad valuable franchises from 1 t! st te, cstimated at several mil- mt (f . ( dollars, to assist them in tht t:,.;r att;iupt to make m'Iney by Li err' m passengers, freight and f 10.1s. The State alone has done an (,u;Ingh to build all the road the sai company has now completed and in lat thi Suning order. And yet they deny t) thiree citizens-minembers, we be 1 v., "f the Legislature who voted the liberal subsidies, the...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 July 1871

mmdi wt '" am,. f ir , ee dered to hetps beforwedif dooe , In__ '1b, Paris was illuminated by large vases placed at the corners of the streets and Wept Qid with pitch. s !W'ofPP*UW fer l:ght Ac tious irst 3' applied a Sootch- - man, M' Wurdoch, ,ted his goe hoaew and ofiess, in IIadrath, Corn- ey. wall, `ith gas in 1792. "The Gas- - light and Coke Company," after or A wanch strugglig for its charter, sash gonmenced business in London in - 191$: Napoleon thought the idea bres ' *great folly," and Walter Scott He dipted that London would be in still. Sames from one end to the otherlf - .B ahould be put into practice. In "Aa this country, the Baltimore Gas wi tompany, in 1816, attempted the ' annfacture of gus from tar, but it was pot succeepl till 182 Bos ton followed in 1823, both the Boa ton and Baltimore companies being still in existence. New York, be ginning in 18Z3, was not stnqueful not, in introducing it tin 1827, but since newt that time lighting by gas had won its way even i...

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. — 13 July 1871

TO of 4h ue L ii 8 1,"ý't sttate STATE CFlt' LOI SIANA:,87. laws },11-ti r la aw.ut1T . Not. 7'7. .wl i Ai ct A~~ Li iLtlT iil iiared .t-."l 1.y rb.' S~uttt. btw~tf If t'.: State -!(col r-.%, A . OlY Con- mo(d " rl G,..".: tIe tls ' i ined 1' l - ,,1 i, .r ,, of I'ruiglri. aforf t:. r pl 1tri'.h of Ort.rvn'2 IyliaJ ft1 ,t es.'iN- iU law.. theº '"r -. r,.. :lr I. }r. i, a~uthlor~zed m"":1 r!ent.Ar iati) 1,44i !r.iii'n t", rnr.'ha~e. to   S.r.l"'rtt . -irh'"r r.-' lor .f W. F ;1 t it, r, .1.00 to prop?"- . hi.. r tut .iiid .ftl'c' tll.r tliv iait r t;;tºW. ('ABRTER. IOA,. r At . l.ofErptr'IuftatirefL that to't .1. DUN N, .,,d L J i r r 'r '.ft.trt of the. :11:hr 1r '.t , 11 rt t. ; 411 1 . lilra ti '. t'. wH'JiMOIrTH, enLr Ic.ri iI 'L' tit of Lnuiiaiitsu 1 A 11.. "~ " n NoJc. ~78.+ G Au .A~ct . ie t..,: " t tit t "..0t "t ,i n,tr-- Lrt.e1 re' S , ': I;. it .tit 'I r 'ý '1.hj ýB~iao~t i t., Uyt. ,..,Lwu. .aipd Cei'a--j, F,.:" J., "., 1. , ,- l.. , : . .r. C&,yar.. yia:u.)nr.º il .,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Louisianian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 13 July 1871

hero, tbus itspwaraito et - p "avat deelalg ea a id mateelUiis` Uas lhiss wi ig Dirt~ s4Uw w der ithe seedimttee with the spahaeme 1.4 1,30. R mw met.e.d, ate.1. That the sit utgpi am Masxima (9s wlfI~p osmre. sh.aa ..an. sal suggewinp4Id dlgs easel, and with the eale smevad asos te sape to build ouete f said enal a piwotectiona eve., to th, r t of the city of New Orteans, and O hear the abohe of Iase Peatcbarlrain; at the eact leWatosn of the said Canal "ad p Ines., and of all canals dug and levees a built by the said company. to designated A and Az 4by the Board at Crty Adasnis batem, ad the tide to the.san aces- - A M7 fat said works to be pecsused and beld for the beneft at the city of New Or- º lotns, by the Bosld of Administrates of the city _t New Orleans; the said lake abots e nal to be awe less than than austyI fest-wide on the enrfare, and Aotes feet a wride us the surfa.e, and fiteen deep in et t- " middle, with proper slope of the idaes, as tshe said canel or canals alon...

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. — 16 July 1871

- ' · .- N M - L"REPUBLICAN AT ALQL TIMES, AND JULDER A16, CI161T. CU. ..... .. · QN -----.... ..--  x VOLUMWE I. · R--YWO.ILRAH8 IrO, IbliIAA, 'BUnIDAM' JILY 1.8 !8'1. ·II UY Bll gl DpiTE) ANtI) MALSAGED BYV (X)IO. .>E) N1'-. IS IU'IBLIDHED EVIRY 7. ttil.4AMY AND SUNDAY 31MOR. S;GS AtT 114 CALAONDELET' STREET T .IFW OLLEANS1 LA. t l W . S. B. PINCHBACKL Os.as, .. 4'. ANTOINE, CaDio, ., ;F. . Y. KEIS), B4riea. It n. G. BROWlN,--.-Mter.A p. B. S. pl.VcJIBA CK, Masp r. ru Tas or SrnCsetrtrar. , -r . ......... f 5U I VoUrrce 3 00 T M ............ .. .. 50 8 otrcs ('cAT .. A PROSPECTUS OF The LoutisaNian. In the endeavor to etaltiah another _jpublicat journal in New Orleans, the prprietors of the ILorwtuxAx? propose to ill a necessity which has t'becu Hng, andt noimntima paifully- - f.lt. to xist. In the transition ttte a ou our peeple, in their ittrnggling efforts o attain thIat pcoiti-n in the Body t r.iitic. s hicih we eaeive to be their t dot-, it ii reg,.rd'l'l t" t much ...

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. — 16 July 1871

_. G. -IOWN, E itor sd b istr. " Pub 1r& (in. G. UIOWN Editor cad Pubisher. P. B.8. PINCHSACK, Manager. miu Iei OUR A(ENTS. ae MIYxISSPPIT :-- Daniel E. tng. Greenville. LOLISIANA :- John A.  shingtoa. ee Black- awk, Coaourdia Parwih; Hon. G. ve Y. Kelso, Alezandrui; Aatone Sternrtt. vol Shreveport, A. (3. rthb Cerroll Parish. DISTttlCk OF COLUMBIA :---Jaune A. D.Greao. Washington City. ' ILINtDIL :--Lewis B. White, Clica; o a iTE UCKY:--pr. R.. 4. Greed, Louis.- O .villt. the i1mi lie .o tR CHOICE FOR PRESIDEBT, 1872: UI S. GRANT. SUNDAY JULY 16 1871, w ha MX. GEo. P. Pamn is our special e .agent, and is authorizsd to solicit it subscriptions and receive payment a of bills. t THE COMMII1TEEk: AND ITS a DUTIES. Ii n The State Central Committee is theh legitimate political head of our par ty. This in so self-evident and unde- n Hiied that to gravely and ponderous- P ly affirm it appears to us entirely superfluous. Senator Pinchbak took this position even when moving the adoptio...

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. — 16 July 1871

Lthe twelve wojitls to come, ry jrp eomOfl sonols, said the hi i .ld p1irut Win. Penn, "are a to as of arms, and troops, w 'ct,,s. They are indeed the di a.,r,~ f.*anse of nations." .,; bert Lowe, when the last 1. i, refirm bill was passed over t 1.,us re.istance: "Now we cc t, to work and teach our ei ., fl ,their letters." b: PHI !oITH OVSa l ITe s9CaOOL uousms .i .,nectifn compulsory, and it sa .d t, it more real wealth than " l ,ther means combined. south become a unit in the w . ,f education as she was in t in fostering an institution ir . tended to degrade and a ken her. ILt her instead of t ,, ,ur:n,"g the efforts on the part I ,, ll , and women who come S, t!; io' to assist in building up k . tw .people, show a similar ,i, for the same work. w . :!! e no trouble in regard u 11,1t, ,.s it oime froia what u ,t r it ray. At present the E rk too great for the South. I ains have help. The work to e I t'fernili should engage the S.. ,ntry, no less the North th.,ti outn1. in In r,...

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. — 16 July 1871

sall boabt cues or soa m thien sold at a disaou . .eealemshall sdu be in a respect vaid ad binding dl tpod te motep l bad besoh stook, timdek r botesaba be m vsalid. for th pejr rar6e theamof as if the sa a0 had been od at par vale. he >M,9 '#SN i3 further en edd. s l, do ?hat it any pron or prson ahla me wThat9an e rilfully or malciously do or cause do to bs dor amv at or actswhatever an whsreby sa bnilding constaion dic or work of said company, or any ats maeainear , engine, carnal, or dam co tarl piper, or say structure what- in over, or ay matter or thing appar- que tsinig to aid compny shall be ac -"ý ob*,eeted, impaired, injured or destroyed, be person so ting shall bedeem ed ga of a misdemeanor, and shl forfeit and p:y to the company I d ,able the amount of damages sus taimed in consequeng e of such of- Ai fenses or injuries, to be recovered in the name of the eompay withb e ds of suit by aetd of deb and mnuh asoder shall alap be subject IA to indiment and shall be sen...

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. — 20 July 1871

/i1 088~i WHkill : -r "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOL'UME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1871. NUMBEl1 ....t LirtIANIAS. OWNE.D,-fI i., L41 ANI) MANAGED BY COLO . N. Is PBI.LISIIED EVERY MM.:ý\ty N \I) SUTNDAY MORN. I, T rt ('AIIONDETIT STREET lt: I:I.EN.1\ L.\ p P'IN'IIBACK, Oalxhxp. ANTOINE, (umno, I hY KELO ItAPrrS. ,. (;. BROWN,---EdItor. p. I. S. PI NCIIBACK, Mannager. "IY.l or Sct-  s3iroIN: "1S (ra '- 300 S50 -IlOSPEC'TUSS The 1touisi&Uia& I:, :i ,liaor t, estahlish another r,;,,, ,,: urind in New Orleans, S. jnr,.! rit,,urs Aof the LOCIsIANZAN, :,. , till a n,.cAsity which has I.. : ;u, wl ,, .:retimes painfully . t :. ,,*:t InI the transition state ,f ;A p, l.,. ith. ti ir struggling efforts ,: rt,:. ti, t.o itiou in the Body ..',, hlth w-' .coneive to be their ,,,. ri,~ardld that much inform ,: . lan. c, 1n r, m -I ' cn cou rn gem en t, co nn - I y..,' r.eproof have been lost, in a .,n,. tC,. f the lack of a medium, .:...

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. — 20 July 1871

The Lon p luu. S Pubkished Tkrsday. and t Sadays. Orpe 114 Cano.mer ssrer, Naw OmaI~u LA. Na a. UaMWI, litr al POblltr, P. 8.. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MLS8ISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, .lack Hawk, Coneaonia Parish; Hon. 0. Y. Keslo, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carol Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:--James A. D.Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Le-wis a White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. B. A. Green, Louis ville. Of'R CHOICE FOR PRESlIDXT, 1872 U. S. GRANT. THURSDAY ~U' agent, and is au'thr'ized to soL.. . subscriptions at ; , yruent .of bills. THE STATL COMMITTEE AG k T`, The mainacen . , ag'h,st Gov ernor Warmoth is In-, rpation ofl power not regularly- ce,,n.r-red up- t oa him by law, anm, a t rannical ex ercise of the authority which is le gally his. But even the most riot ousne of his enemies have so far fail ed toback up their charges with a specific proofs; and as they, p-r hape without exception,-be...

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. — 20 July 1871

i,.' . of that State, Il sp-' I Ln t,,1 that measure, .. J. irn:ds shio v. In rlh.;ion, I ask all of you to E. :ae ,\onr earnest and hearty art in the policy I annolnce. ,4h man be willing to make sa lcrifice for the common I shall be embrassed with 1, .: r,n. aiuplications for office, I sL,:i be obliged to disappoint , uiMajority. I want the Re- I fl"rans of Mobile to agree among 1 : *e.s upon men they wish to .,ap!,oimte d, remembering only n tkr.rs In the first place, I t ;.: hnet utmen; next, competent ... I.2_t. sound Republicans, ti p. ia, 1. I promise yoa that b ,:.r I shall have had time to in- it i ,; r.;' lf. you will not be able to ,...! to u maln in the cuatomhoile p :il'fu! lolitics. ["Good," and R (,wr.rd now as to the future. C S::.,: strong faith that we can . :he S tite oif Alabama for the lej S r''.,' Iarty in 1872, and give li r i.ople the administration of an I:.1 lb:lacn principles. Let all work :. b:,r f,"r that end, and if my be- t Si=:. ll tend to produ...

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. — 20 July 1871

LA WS -OF THE - sf of ouISIANA. [PURIZEQ R BY AUTRIOtTY'. ] aJo. 77. a AtLo To emancipate bd o, a minor son of -pusaiie; o. Sacrnov 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represents tives of the State of Louisiana, in General Assembly convened, That from and after the passage of this act, Paul Limso, minor son of Pan line Lisso, of the city and parish of Orleans, be and is hereby eman cipate from All disabilities declared by existing laws against minors, and that he is authorized to do and perform all acts, and enter into and contract all obligations, to purchase, sell or mortgage property, either real or personal, to sue and be sued, and to do and perform all acts in relation to property, rights or credits, as fully and effectually as if he had obtained the age of twenty one -eara. (Signed) GEO. W. CARTER. Speaker of the House of Rel)re sentativts. (Signed) OSCAR J. DUNN, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved March 30, 1871. [Signed] H. C. WARMOTH, Governor...

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. — 23 July 1871

lie t .. 3 6 idtau itr "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, '8D.Y JULY *3, 1871. N. UMBER 6 ITEITN) AND ANAGED BY COLO l i.tl 1 i 'L LtLISIEDI) EVERY ! 111:,\\ AND SUI'NDAY MORN I\', \T i11 ( '.\I(NDELET HTREET t, sr f1l INS LA. i ' L IINCIIBAt'K, OR.LEANS, t' fu l1 N L. o'.,vo, Y EL0hIT 11rwrX. we'n. ('. lIiOWVN,---Edilor. IB. . CHBRACK, Manao er. $5 (i) S:4 (N) 150 ?l,., ,,. SF Pi)l )SECTUS The Louisianian. hI the, ,' u .,i,,, t"o e-tablish another i, I jt i ,,nrunl in New Orleans.u t , .t+ t'f the Ljor'THIANIAN, .. t till i ,.e.ssity whuich has , ,,I ,,netilllnes pain illy - 1II the transition state . , a , , "II," i till ir strugglingefforts t ti, I )o'itliU ill the Body , i II . ,, (' U 'ive to h)e their , . ,, ,, 1 I Ithat much infort ',' 'I, , I n .1 . I u rgmlllIl t lenl't, coun i ,, 1. ', hA:tve 1,e n lost, in So., ..I theI lack of a mlediumtu, i ~ I hh thil , dticienl ies might I e.,. \c shall strive to make t i , ad,,,...

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. — 23 July 1871

PtU&;s bed 4ie.5g# 'sad Svsdawl . OFIce 114 CArO.DELET srEtrET, NEw OnRLrA LA. m.. 9. BROWI, Editor and Publisher, P. B. 8. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Wasshington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. O. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine A Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D.Green. Washington City. ILLINOIS : -Lewis a White, Chicagn. KENTUCKY-Dr. R. A. Green. Louis. ville. O0 R CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1872. U. S." GRANT. SUNDAY JULY 23 1871, Ma. Gao. E. Parns is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. GRnrrrno.--Amid the numerous embarrassments, discouragements and even failures which environ our editorial pathway, we are fre quently not only rescued from des pondency, but encouraged and in spited in our labors,by the candid,in telligent and spontaneous approval of our efforts tobe useful "in our day and generation." ...

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