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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 23 July 1871

the culrs two days to '1I(e of Alabama's 1 :, he treated his t, war, andl what S '. iegroe- at pre slt, .. ,lrh'H him as a.i if aiil one of I h,.m.nselve, on ,. . that he would S., ride with their feet ,i ,. b,rg, ;'od that he was S1:' . ,:a belonged to aband 1t, 1 t) make itself felt at , for they intend . il Carpet-Baggers, : .: t too hot for all nig ,; i ,t v,,te the Demo 111l that I could ;- ,no was that he was a ..: - i in one of the upper I. una, and his name f: ,Ie.e me as ever Your well wisher, EX. W HAMP. L 1 LRClA IIA L. I , T.LNIAN OFFICE, I ,' ::d. JInly lo--11:30 A. 11. ', imrket has quieted f. wt, with the exeep , I~), parties who are I lr low Cottons at '.", :,.·ws of holders, to. uo inquiry. We l,,.% 5'0 bales thus . basi: for quota IUinese embrneedl ,i te market eloseI .I, .4 verage Exhbinage last.< Figan .r. . 611 - 114)e lot -, n 300 65 Si 00 . 5 00 1 700 Sp .s "I. 1 bushl 76e . .71A ( 71 :; ,ur demand.the :bel .6.; t RObbL - 87 100 2001 ... 700 • d" ,5, ad...

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. — 23 July 1871

[IQWrixpa rBON TIr S' tAG!. E the vice president of the board shall i' be the officer upon whom all legal a process shall be served to blind said board. . See. & Be it further enacted, etc., J That the first meeting of the board of trustees shall be held at such I time and place as may be fixed by t the Governor, and they shall, at 1 said meeting, elect a superintendent for the institution, a vice president of the board, a treasurer, and such other officers as may be necessary for the' ptoper organization of the institution. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, etc., I That the superintendent shall have I charge and management of the in wtitution; he shall reside in the in stitution, and receive such salary and perform seuh duties as may be determined by the board. Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, etc., That the treasurer shall gibe bond in such sum as the board of trus tees may determine with secnrity to the satisfaction of the vice presi dent. He shall receive from the State Treasurer...

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. — 27 July 1871

0 "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1871. 11 I, NUBR ti L+1t 1NlANL4N.,0OWNED,-.: - I) .\.D MANAGED BY COLO '.+ S 'CBLISHED LV1EY AND SCNDAY M11RN 114 C.t;OND:LET STREET r I rt=s r U I -. l ' PhI flP.1(K, Oitirrt's. J . INT INK('.tuna.o 1 . iELM 1. I ri'ssn1:!. (e~., ti VOW1,---Editor'. j. 1L S. 1I ICIIBA(K, S1( : '°E) t. r- S5 tl1 f ROS PECTUS OF T'e Louis aniat. tn . vartolt et'-tbh tlh uinother S .1 sitieinal in Now Ort-lu;, t of ti' Lois'ieIANiAN, S t e t -..tity wh1ih hag l~n .t., i e ii ,,infally l, thi' tran-itioni state , i i: it' stsugglingefforts it I"stun in the Bosly ne 1"ovnceive' to he their d i. ti 1 tShat miuch inform ,l5i *lot"r(g.tmfnt. Cohn. ..1 r tr 'I ts i' bse-n lost, in 5 1 tI ,I thI In k of a mesirum,I tt l .hish thC "."'fljenciCes might i, 0 pt.1'd. .We shall strive to make L,'tci . ivr ;il, w e tten in these PULI'Y. ~., ttato indicates, the Louis r.5t:' 155il he " IRspublican at all "...

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. — 27 July 1871

PFebiskevJ 'Thursdacl wid ý Sruw"I . I Orrmcz 114 CAnOiDELET STRBEET, NEw ORLEA&s L . I - #.. Re - w, Kiltor aid Publisber, t P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. 1 MISSISSIPPI : -- Daniel k Young, Greenrille. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Conoordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kdlso, Alexandria; Antoine &,terrett, 1 Shreveport. A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLI!MBIA :-Janie. A. Ilrgen, Washingtou City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTETCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis ville. OUR (ROICJ FOR PRESIDENE, 1872 U. S. Gý1ANT. ----4- - THURSDAY JULY 27 1871, . Gzo. E. PARIS is our special agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment of bills. ' 'On Monday last we had the pleasure of a visit from Mr. Pierre Landry, of Donaldsonville, La. Poaesivu. - The enterprising Republicans of the Tenth Ward have purchased Cottrell's lot, on First, between Franklin and Liberty streets, and are erecting a club honie. Wb learn that eight work men have...

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. — 27 July 1871

1 1 .1 r I Iiu.' fat' LAY( 2i1E" a A, t11l! reported 211tq albout 200 t:'1 ill Illt- naid all,] eoi)l bus1oiiness embraced i(nt ii~e iwirket dlo~ed as~ A v tg E.ý'an1ge Li*u. Firrnre~s.' 13 (14 14 ( 151 14, 'U' 1 :35.Tl .ý :i n Ai 01,1 '1"..4$h r1 7 lit' it vi'ý 111. "L I 1I.. 1"" S11 .1)4 r.., 111 to f till dli. 3(110 (Hol " .I .(~'(II failt 1 (, (l,. tll' .14 ("/ ]: ,;~ *~~~ 11lA~>I N 4>4l Ukei 71 r. li ~ ..I u:. \ :1 : t1 "' ýI i 1J 11 )11 :II I] '4r' . '1s lrl 41( 1 .14) * I l?(,141) k o" POLITICAL NOTICES. I . O.UTI. WADi'I. Lave orted I. 2Ot TonnT 'A .k R. R. CLrDn-Met Modolay evt uiDog hIast ate1ordiig to tln inatry 1inolucmnent . sod prroeetk d to busi clm- no . After th1 tranqsetion of the rmn ;crip- tine, Senator Pinchbeck iutroduced. the fullw ing rejolutionw raced lhioreas The State Central Commit ed as tee Las designated the 7th day of August 1871 ns the day when elections Ibange 411ill be held in each ward of the city lures. of N w Orleans for delegates to the St...

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. — 27 July 1871

(or1m nD fM FI raosT r no.J ! messed, levied and collected in cur rent moneys, by the annual assess- 1 mjit and collection of taxes for. each year, in the manner prescribed by law for the collection of other c tatee, and the moneys derived there- c from shall immediately on collee- i tiou, be paid jute the treasury of this State as a distinct fund, andl kept as a seperate account; and 1 such moneys, and all moneys re- i ceived from said company for dint- I dends on said stock, shall be ap plied in each and every year, first I to payment of the interest as it shall accrue on said bonds, and the I balance in each year shall be ap- r . plied to the purcliase of said bonds; and such tax shall continue to be so assessed, levied, and collected in I each and every year until all the interest and principal of said bonds wihich shall from time to time re s.main outstanding shall be fully paid; and all bonds and coupons so purchased and paid shall be im 'zpudately canceled by the said treasur...

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. — 30 July 1871

.. - I I I I I II I -|, "REPUBLICAN. AT ALL T 'F1 AND "Mi I WkA 1"`rSANCES.", VOLMEI.NEW OILEANM LOUIýIAN4, $ g,ý JUL i, 1671. MSS i . L 1 - - I Ia.l . rjift 1411 IslItSIAN, OWNED,-uga4 1,11r1 fL .ND) DMA.AGED BY COLO Ljil MLN. IM U IILISITED EV-E~it t1Iut:ýti."i 'ANX1I) NDAY< MOAN 1' .tf 114 (' RONDELET STREET 'd}.l u1rLC\Et LA. l; `t'. PIN'ITCBAL'K, Oui.pp'.s. r 4 C ANTOINE. ('ADDO, 14: 1. KEL.ý44), RtIP1D'4. !1t. (:. BROW~N,---EdtACK, s; it. PIlOS PECTUS OF The Loiiaao1.1u.44,ishi 4 hninuti.t 1 ,4~ i.f 1lit Zhu L.4J11A'I4IANIt , I Ia('IL :,1. t.. t tI~l.' palin~fully -- I t 11,,"i In li1W trpuiastittn staite },1 III11t Il,"itIttIIl 11J tija' 13481Y I'r,ýr1 . 1"!V 1, l..'t'.11 'lt '4~' t~'t 1w theit 41n II . II. 1 t. hatl Ille 1 imdor - I :u Ir" Ir .. I( h ie 1 tI 14S,.1 tili.'dth li aellitf aui enjoy-u11 1 I I~rjtl tyjl Ihtit I rI"hi 1.111 11i~t 11.0h4i l it' rim g t ' -II.. Ii i. .1 ý . X 111 - i e 1 111 (4 11 Pt h I.'" " I ". r.t "/"'rl /mIT~il)i l tPlsit 1+/-o I') º1 t '1 "...

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. — 30 July 1871

I'vblishl.d Tkelsdays awd SwndIa3. wh me Or7c7 114 CANoonDrET srRazE, IVE Nsw ORLxSn: L'. the in. t -WN. 1IAr sad PaFilta 4 lent P. B. 8. PIN 'ISM~l Mtanati. j 1 _ - -~n . o OUR AGENTS. an MISSISSIPPI : - Daniel E. Young, WU SIANA :-John A. Washington. (lack gawk, Coneordia Parish; Hon. G. T. Kelso, Ahmandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport. A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James hr 'A. D.Greus, Washington City. co ILLINOIS :--Lewis B. White, Chicago. s12 LENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis nille. as ~~it it OUR (M4aWR FOR PRhýIDEYT. 1572: si 0 U. S. GRANT. 0 d SUNDAY JULY 30 1871. b tl Mn. Gro. E. 1'.nms is our special ageut, and is nuthorizel to .olicit subscriptions and receive payment e of bills. P RESULT OF USURPATION. l At the stage at which the proceed ings, preliminary to the sitting of I the Party Convention which has i been summoned for August 9, have arrived, we do not believe that there is any other course open than the holding of Tir ('ni onredifs of ...

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. — 30 July 1871

A the fnirt to t~hc lAst good ý.ir' ' ob,4crved., ý. i it one voice [loi. A. EI I, rt ~iai t (:lect( (1 president, aind t.ti:.;UU stepped forward and i I.. the aý'sernbly. The fol :' ef iii rembarks: wi( " ,1 ylad~ that lie land a11 t';t.tJtIr- the1W tiiie nigU .ix~ri: ihit it Wael t ioto'i )US " i i uinthr'r chlib there w~asnot l:"rie. "pýeecb. He waaý un I, . it'Lt iiaalt.t le 1 a t~ .4ii of 1. 1h 1151 t~i ii eeetiiig Wast (etilleti ,, " L'rI'. iilitiiige%, auial .""iii sbtui) tai lli'evaeiii .u 'liiia s.T is I a kind of :.:.Sli nhllew Ili50asitwn l.ar juII . Ah(i otllil wh at4 t 1 and fttia iliaý. We. are 11 ii alitlt cr isis -tiat . ..,.h"t A1n ns Ii f (IL oos.~ t ('liiit ar tl l:\(l tivt, iiiW S h t"..Ii 'ii.it n1. 11 to that ....;i i of .". R sp it tin oi . 1 {. I, r, ' lt Oit l ta j lu e \ t ti ll li ii .., .. tb n" :.iatl, pnl- r.uland ti . h * t i l.'' ii ' 3 t ea St*' i al I s :. ,:_' ., if .t1p1c lit" atoi "tl., f. ii spl'iathin ull u. Itslq' iia. 'uts lopntsll iit I tt h...

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. — 30 July 1871

fCoawmnuw rsou rnrr oAGE. That on.fie mdood mMonday follow thbdr sy of their appointment r' 4m& ()Ouneil shall hold s4a.stipg at. the usual place of smob meethg unatil a city shall bi'.se~ed, when the meeting shall 1P s the Msyor sad administrators of departments elect, having presented and filed their eertificates of election and qualification as herein provided shall enter upon their duties as specified in this act, and their pre deeessoes shall tarn over to them all books, papers, property, money and accounts pertaining to their oees and to the city of Shreve port. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, etc.. That should a *cancy occur at any tine after the first day of January, 1872, in the office of mayor or ad miaist.zator of a department by death, resignation, or otherwise, more than three months preceding the expiration of his term of office the Council shall at their first meeting after the occurrence of said vacancy, order an election for a successor to fill the same, of which...

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. — 3 August 1871

./ h)tAriu4 AJ & YJ' llW*X3t 21A3JE J W 1 "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEARP LOUISIANA, TIHUR#DAY, AUGUST3, 1871. NUMBER 6t. 1111rr'1) A 1;) 1 iN.1GITI fly C(1 1. 1rIt )iN\. I- 1'U'Iti.bH1:r, ENTR'Y l t 11 ('AIx lN)ELET'I STI;1:I:'1' rr(OIR \\S IB 1: `('IIhACK. O u.1:IN-1. l \'t'1 1IN\ I (':, r. j, I 1II -t11 1.1 1it W ,--dtr top. t, F 'I1e Itillsia11ian. i 11'114 \iit' 144 4 M1 11 II 14111A 9 , it ~ii I. 1 "1 441.11," Til Lht'.\ ' I-\. .1. .ill''. t 114 lilt t 441k i44 1 11 ,Ij 1, .,, I~ u, l : ,,lu,"t t iiu, I1I1 l 1ill((nllý" I t. '-.141 the t itr ºieliol Maft,' ""'.11 f4" "1"I' ,"" t l I1·() 11 I:.·111(;:'lll et1 i-t tl 111~ 1' Ilii ) it 4444 94g.'111441 ill ct tir . his.-. %011.1t t ," ('11; :.11·i\ t ll IN' h.LI, '.1 14i I .. jI1',llIf Ii: iV 11"4'l3) host, ill ,lit ' 11c . 11 1 I ,k .1f a 14ill( 1. f .i" ' i ,.I ,, I. II1, -..'.l. ll ' ile n'i': 1 i c · I. i ll . 11 1, 1 ý , , 11:111 :"tl't1. 1..111:11," ~ I.'1 I- I t.-'.. :, ./"...

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. — 3 August 1871

. .Ii . Oil. ` et P hnrdroy ed P haddye. e Orrzea 14 C"RONDBET srBrrr, NEW ORL-.aS L . W900 . fi r vv but Ia. i. iOWN. Editor aid Pulsaer. son wh P. B. S. PINCHBIiCK, Manager. cap SLDwni.l E. Young. LOUISIANA :- John A. WaShingtoi u Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; flno. . '" Y. Kelo, Alexandria: A&ioine & Sterrett, pa tSereqt, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Pari.h. DI ICT OF COLUMBIA - James A. D.OGeen. Washington City. ILLINOIS :--Lewis B. White. Chicago. KENTUCKY:--Dr. R A. Green, Louis- g vrile. ili " itit OtR CI('ftrt rrOR PRESDENT, 1!7: eb U. S. GRANT. c THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1871. e MD. GFo. E. PA.ln is our special c agent, and is authorized to solicit 1e subscriptions and receive payment P of bills. e THE THIRD WARD HOWLERS. 0 The managers of the 3rd ward club have for someti:ne engaged in the outrageous practice of disfran chising legitimate voters of the, ward and of insulting invited speak-t mr, but they reached the climaxn of ' political indecency last Saturday night by sending ...

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. — 3 August 1871

C aroina I' 'ulii ru aire ,f tI II(! position in one oerusf Ctj ý,, I~t it( their attentibn-umd, in-; liO iittoutioii of all their Sverywhere- --to its (1)1li i ig s to another matter. Feedt (` 0v 'to chn. 4imable fluj. 1hat having as a political ii learned that "they were at "rterday,' another ope ..t:~ i,- 1iiitred that they may be n ~le·) I IFP thley ''are now." i - ,LJbal'le, however, that one ! C (l:lit, who has acheieved at, aIt a skillful performer of ;.,aIs !,'a otperatioaR, both in war ,l tlnmri of itaee, will kindly con ~"~r 1t;"t once mnre as a snrgeon ( I.·("~iv. atletii DIIemocracy, if' about 1 ti?. lbe nn , i1l~l l"1pt'i'ed *aq to "where dit( /x,111 otei at ion li ittllEKCIIL. I 1, A Xih'u-t 2 11:30 A.MI. 'Fli i',arkit openiedt " I, it #11 llietR, W itI lt, u IIt i ulue.. ( s lle i::,!, ' l'+lttli' t'f l( Collrti;11t. Ilniie-iues etIubraced I..1. , .IIIi tti," iuariet (lo 4 LS ~I: : li,. I ' 1 -al U;; II *ý , :. Iý ...hI. v , I1 Iiu I1.i; 1- " ..' Ituu~t . xl:l ,., l u...

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. — 3 August 1871

r M CL frcj 1V t o4fme, iu order o provide for the payment of the princilpal anti interest of said Iondl:; i wv 4roi , thahlvb tUle r the City Council of Shrveport desires toi -iAe any particular patented pave' msts for the purposes of paving or improving the streets or any parts of the streels of said Fity, then the Council of said city is hereby an thpqpiiej, by. resoltion or ordinance to fix the price to be paid for such pavement, and to let the same under ontmiet to-the licenee or assigns of said patented pavement. See. 18. Be it further enacted, etc., THat all paved and snlpmvedl streets iu the city of Shreveport shadl Ibe kept in repair by the city, and :!ll paved banquettes shall be kept in repair by the owners of real lprop erty fronting thereon. .See. 19. 1k. it further en:cted, etc., That no a,hninistrat,,r of depart wment or other olteer of tihe corll,i ra tion, or person in the employ of the, corporation, mshall be di~eetly or in directly interested in any work, business...

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 August 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND. UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, s8U' fDAY AUGUST 6, 1871. . nI. , I, 11 LOItISIANIAN, OWNED,wi 1ti,l tli AND MANAGED BY COLO !:i MI'\N. IS PUBLISHED EVERY ;ill.l:.p\Y AND SUNDAY MORN 1\, I .r I1 II('RONDELET STREET \ jt O ELFt.NS LA. 1I ,\ 1: 1'INCIIHBACK, ORLE-ANR. (. \UN'T'OTNE, CAO, t .. YV. KEILSO, RAPI ES. - -f- |- 11 n. it". IROWN,---Editor. P. 1,. N. I'INCHBACK, Manager. -.r,,t:s ' r SUfsSPIPT"ON: 6 . $5 00 S , ll .. .. ..... I OF The Louisianiam. Ii tlu (l4lrC1'iltor to establish another l:.i.iuLli.lu jurnl0'L1 iin Now Orleans, tt, thvr Tii, trit of the LOITINIANIAN, Il,,... t ill a uecessity which ha t,, ii 1titL'. 'loi, 1 i,4nloietimes painfully ,it t, ,\ it. In the transition htate t .nur pI,,e', in th4'r it strnggling efforts i :,tt;ili thl.t piitionl in the Body I',,lm,. I I.illh we conceivo to lie their dii, it i. r, :.rl,'1 d that much inform itinul, ituidiiinti,! e iouragement, coun h I a:lil ri pIroof have ...

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 August 1871

-- alts Pubiasaed Thur.dys aunld S.,wdays. ka -- call Ornio 114 CARONDELET S IREET, Co NEw ORLwAs LA. the at 1 Ir. S 3Wir, Ra rt sad u litihbr, de the P. B. 8. PINCHBACK, Maniger. evi the OUR AGENTS. th MISSIB PPI : - Daniel E. Young, St Oreeville. LOUIBIANA :-John A. Washington, Fe Black Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. Kelse. Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, cel Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carrol Parish. co i3TEj CT OF COLUMBIA :-James lei A. 'D.Oreen, Washington City. i ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R A. Green, Louis ile. i ye th yc OUR CHOICESFOR PRESIDENT, 1872: ti U. S. GRANT. SUNDAY, AUGUST 6th 1871. li 01 Ma. OGE. E. P.uns is our special si agent, and is authorized to solicit Si subscriptions and receive payment d of bills. a 0 THE CROWNING "OUTRAGEI b ti The audacity of the State Cen. p tral Committee is without parallel. ii In the history of American politics, a there is not one single act compar- b able, for cool impudence, with the b position assumed...

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 August 1871

W it..iho crmoauiWni e the der in evL ry particular.--Ohi,. Atn applicant, rejected on his petintli for advancement, may re it at any statedted communica (. Can a man be made a Mason wto,, has lost an arm or a leg ? A. According to the decision of Le Grand Lodge, he cannot.-North A candidate cannot be advanced ,1 one degree to another in the flae of objections by a member. .4 I it lawful to confer the de grees of the order upon an appli est who can neither read nor snt, ? A. No. (i. Is a: poIson who has lost the .,1 , tinier of the right hand, and h .ll middll finger of the same l:,l iý Stil, so that he cannot ,,r ;,htanI it, eligible to be initiated i., t~ . i. l.vsteries of the Craft? A. No -- Nbras la. II 1 that one unable to elevate ,I lrm aabove a level with his u, lll,utlr 4,uhd not be made a )1,- , 1 /. --ldtuUa. " ', necry'.S l) *nocrat. t I I M E IR IAL . Sttdrlay, Aug. 5-11:30 A. M. ., - -Several buyers are in the a,,,'Lt looking, but thus far the ,dl, re confined to tril...

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 August 1871

1 p tot only admira- o bid ur) grand, but, entirely sub b 'Ioi}ni d, ' emarI a stun dk d history, has been everh bu4 tup in the world that was not cemened with blood. That, by way of expressing value and impor tanee, is a well guarded but strong expreaon, and has a forcible re iaiOt to the act of emancipation. History ianfrms as of no revolu tion that awikened so much P thought, elicited so vast and varied a interests; required the outlay of treasure so immense, Sacrifice so wonderful; and comprehended in its soope, a good, so vast, and sq important to the general welfare of mankind, as to be essential to it. The compass of that act may not be regarded as of so narrow a scope I as to embrace our own domestic affairs merely; but, as comprehend ing rather, the destinies of man kind. Taking foundations in hu man nature itself, it &nbraoes, in the truest and fullest sense, the chief good of the entire race, and involves the highest and most sa cred interests of every class of peo p...

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. — 9 August 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ".i " D UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOlUME 1. NEW ORLE ' i . , WEDWUSDAY AUGUST 9, 1871. NUMxBB M. sTHE OI.UlSANIAN, OWNRD, EDI1TED AND MANAGED BY COLO };Er} MEN, 1 PUBLISHED EVERY 1t11 SL P% AN) SUNDAY MORN IN;' 1 T 114 CARONDELET STREET ;\\ urILE'NS LA. EPROpRIý'IPOR1191. }}:: u 1'1 PINCHBACK, OtL:AN.t, c AN TOINE, C.mnas, tEcc 1 KELSO, trrcet. S,~, U. BROWN,---E~di4o.w p. it . ,. Pl ('HBA ('K, JIr uiicgee'. 1. 'I- 1) Vii )1" * . :t Ou OF The.Louisiaaian. la I, t lh, a '.dI'v i to ,tahljih una1(ther' 1.kepubil,'cIt j.unrnal in NCW Oritauc, IIer 111N'iriu of the Lor( IANIxN, 1" .'1,u to i a H ucessity which has I..0 . lon 1.:1 steetimtes paiufully ntt 1 '\bt. lu the transition state nX1 l ' ui the'ir strngglingefhrtus :itu that to4ition in the OIlaly r', Ii; 1lii 11 te' 1tceive to be their 11." it' . g.piItl tltut 11unh inform Lt iI. gi.Lui l'. ir , 'u rtimitgement, ("014 i ..it. t' f i,, have lwrn ihst, i41 t:"liBi. Ieu ni the lack of a tenelicun, ticgil l1'aloh tIh'e...

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 August 1871

Published Thursdays aad Sundays. 4h to Onrss 114 Canovhnarr smuaTr, Nsw Oassius LA. p di ýa. G. 3Uf, aliter and PsiMer, ý4 to P. B. 8. PINCHBACLManager. to di OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI - Daniel E. Yuuig. co Greenville. sP LOUIMIANA :--John A. Washington, BlRak Hawk, Concordia Parish; Hon. G. td Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, V Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :--Jatnee A. D.Oreen, Washington City. , tl ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. R. A. Green, Louis rille. 54 el s1 OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT, 1874 p * U. S. GRANT. a tI WEDNRSDAY, AUG 9,1871 o - - _ -- - ii Mn. GEO. E. PAnel is our special is agent, and is authorized to solicit subscriptions and receive payment a of bills. 1_ a ~0 STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE u e State Central Committee of Louisiana has called a Convention to aegeaible in the city of New Or-' leans on the 9th of August, for the purpose of electing their successors to serve another year. We know not whether it ...

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