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VOlUME 1. NEW ORLE ' i . , WEDWUSDAY AUGUST 9, 1871. NUMxBB M.
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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.4 thcicienciesmi;.c l11
I,b. aue1lit d. Ve +hcall Itrivi to make
t1e 1." 'ii-t)NI.[N a i (Ieiacl t,'cdtel' inl these
A, I. ae motto iiecieatca, the Lou is
i-ca eN hell Iet " Itrpcdich et a of tell
.,,,e u,'1 ,,,l.,c' Cell u ,ccircmlal'cees' W e
>t.lAl I ab ate tile wuCrinity and elejeey
.-lt Ilit @od tivil liibetrty, the abesol
ai I :bitý of all mnen ( heIfrc- the- law,
I ii au tuuptial li.tribuntiod ( df hull
(,' 1ct1cl pitI'.itiau go tie all who )mjerit
Demsi 'n1s of uhllacin animowc) itieq, of
ob~lite'rating the' usesnory1' of thee Iittt r
pat.of prenomting harntouy and unic4
among all clamseet and letween all in
teIests, we ahall advocate the removal
(,t all peelitical eijateilitieu , foterkiud
II-I-s atiee forbearanee, where malignity
atl resentment reigned, and seek for
trnc'neSS 91nd justice V. herce wrong and
4c.,ja1,1,1u1 prevailed. 'Pitts unite-d in
ethd saos and object c, we shall cunce-1 VO
oui I. -t intorest9, chlevato our noble
1sate. .Ie an e1iviallle position among
I, s ter Stutea. by the development
"" Ii r illicdtahle resourcee and secure
thli ti! l cnelits of the mighty changes
1ic t" hi.t-trv and condition of the
P' c'1'd tithe country.
lIihtctncg that there can le no true
jlst I Without the s1upcimacy of law,
1 hhall mge- a atriet and uisecricnmi
L..I,l :aitaitisctraticn of jlsltie4e.
1.. sht.ll ..u..p...t the . 4o ..trine of an
cratttalcle division of taxation among
ill cassut, - feeithful collee-ticen of the
ttettiei-m s-csonomy in the exIc-nhi
lttna~ tcuiltrutachly with the exigen
ti I it. XhlMaite ecr country and the
usttettt&e ca eavery legitimicte obliga
'\Ve shaltl rnustain the carrying out of
tice. lrcisi-nc oft- theEtt act eestalelishintg
minit Ionltt ,chloeol qystetai, anti urge
lcwhanonuitl eltit thtc education of
VInuth.l ia- vitally connected with
-n~it tu elighit tnent.. anti the secuir
LI :ial stichility of a Republican (1ev
It~ a Mteneratts, manly, independent,
uit judi ects eoiteuct, we ahall atrivc
cone teu paper. from an eplhrni
1. I* tl tc-mtporaty' existence, anti
'labljitth it ctpont a hadeti, that if we
not~t~t euittitanc, "we shall at all
Cait. * lestrl-e" successe k
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WHY SHOULD WE WORRY T
Why should we worry? This life is not
Here to he wasted in sighing and teaves
Silly and childish is he whoa not strong
Wisely with reason to fright away fears.
('aoe' but a coward, with courage not hý1f
Fairly to tace it we show no fear
i'ay. if it pestle con, yourve but to laugh
Presto, begone' to. the bore is not here
tleiury too ottu will bring us old sorrows:
When they were here did we wish them
Why not forg-t them' The toot alunet
Present regrets fur the greets of the pest.
Can we now change it be weeping and
Whats douen is deuje, and is done past
lie who the presrent forgets in repining.
Useless and tain, is the worst folo of all.
Fancy, the jude, will tesi often be peering.
Corious sind teiOious, throuli'l the fit
ture's dark night;
Why should we tremble at whsat .she i+
Why should tier drweaiings fill us withi
Wait till they're real things. aul present
if they arS worth it we'll care for theit
Now thteý'rO but shadows, to.) fuiaiuy to
Far too unreal to make cowards oi aw'n.
Time, with the presents real grietf to I.e
That's not so eac.e we sadly minst own:
Who can leisy les ah :oid lood will ha;v~
1. eling ?
('are, grieL i and anguish will wake
Own it, but add, life is too shorit i; woriy
I arkness brings snesbine. or all lnch
Off with despairing: don't be in a hurry
To know grief is pree-ing it wilt nit
PARISH EXECUTIVE COM
The Execntive Committee of thei
!)arinh of Orleans wet in thu Hall of
the House of Representativ.'s on Sat
tirday, lihe liuhli ii tant, at twelve
uo'chnek, pursuant to adjournment.
'thirty-four itutilcwr- unswered to, their
Tde minutes of the preitinus meeting
were read, anul, on motion of Mr.
Thomasn tabelle, were correeted so ha
to read 't 'riday instead of " Thure
day," and then adloptid as corrected.
Reports of Conmnittees being next
in order. the committee on the conduct
of the elections rendered a partinl re
port. A motion prevailed to take a
recess of half an hour to enable the
committee to complete and return a
The recess having expired, the meet
ing was called to order by William H.
Green, first vice president, in the chair.
The roll being called, thirty mnembers
answered to their names.
President Dihhle having tAkem the
chair, the following report was pi'esn
ted by the comuittee onl the conduct
of the lcwtionus:
* hiisT w.tal..
Thu Fitat WHsrd has two clubs, each
claiming to bui the mother ward club: it
appears frorn erolelt's-on flie, that, at the
eles'tion for offhcers, held on June 5, 1871,
Mr. Thus. Iusalbelle received the largest
number of votes tor president il t~he club,
whereupon M1r. Miller started another
club, anid causeil hiitiilf to be elected
Your committee are, therefore, in fkvor
of recognising the clib 01 which Mr. Isa
lielle is the prcsiil u-t, andt A. k'rilot, see
rutary, ni the trite mother clul..
The Second Witri hss two chile, each
of which claims to be the mother ward
club. From evidenuce on tile, your comn
mittee have decbled to recognise ma the
true mother eluli that presided over by
Mr. F. ('. Ilsudihi.
The Third Ward bass ote. regular con
stituted mnother club. sof which fiscar J,
Dunn is the preaident. auth T. M1. Kavan
The' Fiuurtb Ward has one mother club;
F. McK Dunn is president, anid Job. W.
The Fifth Ward has two ehins claim
tug lo be mothe~r ward clubs, Free evi
dence sin file, it is proven that~ tRe club
presided over by Mr. J. C. Kueble , is the
regular mother clili of the Vkri.
SIXTH Ht iiD.
The gixth Ward hint two sluhe, each,
claiming to lie the moother club, From
evistence prodssced hit'fot the cmmalitte it
is peevea that the club et wA igir. F. P..
imestis Inrseiient, atidA. (aploigee
wtsq, paush be recognized a.sh tarn9
moother ward club.
* SEVYDIth wauD.
Th Sventh Ward has two clate ms
1ig to be nuooter ward celi Prom
statements o l$e, your committee are
convinced that the club of which B. L
Rey is preidema, and W. H. Green is see
retary, is the tVus mother club of the
The Eighth Ward one mother club, of
which E. V. Leclere is president, and F.
The Ninth Word has two clubs, each o1
which ats at be the regular mothbe
ward club. From evipnes brought be
fore the committee, we recommend the
recognition of the club presided over by
Mr. W. C. Kinsella as the regular mo
ther ward club.
The Tenth Ward has two clube, each
claiming to be :ne mother club of the
ward, one of which John H. Bowen is
president, and one with Battle Payne as
president. On the fifteenth day of May.
1871, the regular mother club from the
last campaign adjourned, for an eleetion,
of ofeers, to the twenty- second of the
Mr. Battle Payne, unautboriaed by the
old mother club or any other authority.
held an election on the seventeenth day
1° day of May, and elected ofcers, while
the regular election for offier., according
to the ca!l with the regular roll of the
Tenth Ward, was held on the twenty-sec
ond of May, 1871, when John H. Bowen
was elected president sod William H.
Burroughs, secretary. We, therefore,
recommend that the club of which John
II. Bowen is president, which meets at
the corner of Fulton and Mt. Mary streets,
be declared the regular mother club of
the Republican,party in the Tenth Waird,
atod that the election of delegates to the
State Republican Convention be held as
advertised by the.president of said club,
at Miles Schoolhouse, Corner Josephine
street at the intersection of Fulton street,
trn o 2 P. M. to 8 P. M., on Mojiday,
Auc. 7, 1871.
'l'he Eleventh Ward has only one or
teanied Republican club, of which Ed.
Williams is the president and John Flow
ers secretary. This club meets on Sixth.
between 't. Patrick and St. David streets.
We reconmnend that this club be declared
to be the regular Republican Mother
Flub of the kJeventh Ward.
The Twelfth Ward has two clubs, each
of which claims to be the mother club.
Alter exatuining the history andu claims,
of rach, we have come to the couilusiou
tlº,t the club now presided over by Paul
Bruce has no claims to entitle it to be
designated the mother olub. We are seat
isled that the club of which D. C. Wood
ruts is president, and John Moylau is
secretary, is the regular Republican Mo
ther Club of the Twelfth Ward. It meets'
on Marengo, near Magazine street, and
we recommend that it be so declared and
ri.eognized by the Parish Committee.
The Thirteenth Ward has only one
club claiming to be the mother club. J.
P. Gandet is president This club meets
on Valence street, between Chestnut and
Camp streets. We recommend that it
be declared the regular Republican Mo
ther Club ot the Thirteenth Ward.
The Fourteeath Ward has but one club
claiming to be the mother club. Madi
son Brown is president. This club m eets
in Robinson's church two squares above
the Foncher property.
The Fifteenth Ward has two clubs
olaiming to be the mother club. From
statements and evidence presented to us,
we tiud that the club of which Benjamain
Buchanan is president, and C. P. Ames is
secretary, as the regular mother elub of
the Fifteen Ward, and we recmmuend that
the parish committee recognise and declare
this to be the regular Republican Mother
Club of the Fifteenth Ward. The club
meets at the corner of Bonifaes and Jath
In order to insure a fair election in the
'iiflrent wards throughout this parish for
delegates to the State Convention, your
commitise recommend theudoption of the
following agpolution, and earnestly entreat
all true Republican. So sustain the regular
mother clnbe Ia their respective wards:
Resolved, That the president and mecre
tary be instructed to give notice In the
New Orlesas Republican of the location of
the mother ward club., their offices., and
the hours of election, om Monday, August
The report of the coennijtees end
resolution appended thereto were una
The committs. oa rule presented a
report, the readlisgof which, on mo
tion of Mr. William Viprer, winy die..
pensed with, and the eomaderatlon of
the report luid eve, uatl the next
The following resdnolaio offered
~qMr Bechtel. wes. sdoted
Winpazsa At sa etiheld Aagat 3,
1671, by the Sb**sCeatrl Urecutive Corn
mittes, the kalwagresolutions barebemn
adopted by the 111k Waud Club:
esentred, Tbatthetndlentclte lint.
comminebe amdhabe sbbW*autsised
to seemws emitbbb suins glues tor the
aesemblags of th. hae4 moil to be
helde ssasdp ags 317, an
thineleppd giv puMeanli of the
gase s some- a or be.e Tuesday
4neqh thssu ofs the New onm.
Rspuficess, sad ebI4I) pgim a the
.tend and respond to the >t *ot f Ph s.
- hunt upon the Any iI maeiting.
mBy Mr. Bay:
Resolved, That only the.e as
turned as delegate to t1e C venuv so
oor ang to the return forwerded to the
President of the Executive Committee,
and to those who may contest the slats
of such delegates as may be shown by evi
deuce presented to the President of the
t EsonstiqCommitteead their tiecretary,
shall be admitted to the hail of the Con
vention until after the permanent organ
ization of the Convention, and that the
President of the Central Exeaetive Coin
nmitee be authorized to prepare tickets
and a list of the persons to be admitted,
and submit the same to this committee on
Tuesday evening the eighth instant, for
And whereas, It is now clearly apparent
that said Executive Committ.e has not
only exceeded its powers, but usurped
powers which can only be exercised by the
members of the convention, and at a time
when the powers of the present State Cen
tral Committee will have expired by limit
Whereas, The facts are patent that it is
the intention of the members comprising
the sub-executive committee, of which &
B. Packard is chairman, to fraudulently
pack said convention, as may ly be
intferred from the resolutions icoed
by Mr. Bay, in the interest of a small
clique, composed of a few federal omoe
holders and malcontents, who are using
their utmost energies to rule or ruin the
Republican party of Louisiana, he it
Resolved, That we, the regularly coami.
tuted delegation of the parish of Orleans,
in committee, enter our solemn proteut
against the action of the State Central
Committee as anti-Republican and a usurp
ation of rights solely belonging to the
people in convention assembled.
Resolved, Thatth. Executive Committee
of the Parish of Orleans prepare a state
ment of all the facts which are necessary,
to show that some of the federal ofmce
holders of Louisiana, who are members
of the Mate ('entanl ('onmittee,. have con
tributed their best efhrts to disrupt, de
moralize and disorganize the Republican
party of this State; be it further
Resolved, That certified copies of the
resolutions offered by Mr. Ray be sent to
the National Executive Committee of the
Republicmi party, at Wiintgton, namely:
1. The resolution oallin, a convention,
and in which the place of esecting was
2. The resolution of August 3, 1871,
creating v. H Packard a committee on
credentials. with power to decide who are
the bona tide delegates, and who are the
contestants; all of which hi to be done be
lore a meeting of the convention-which
is to be a private affair, as tickets of ad
mittance are required.
J. D. O'Connell presented the fol
lowing resolutions, which Mr. William
H. Green moved tootable.
The motion to table beinglost, the
question recurred upon the adoption
of the reeolutions, and was earied. i
Waness, The State Central Executive
Committee of the Republican party of the
Sate of Lenisiana, contrary to the rules
governing and prerogatives vested to all
conventions and deliberative assesablues,
pretend to the ttibrarrantable and unpre
cedented amunaption of receiving the cre
dentials, and thereby constituting them
selves judge. of the election turnas and
qualifications of the delegates to the con
Whereas, The said committee, in order
the more easily to control ant manipulate
the convention, and thereby perpetuate
their own power, which power has been
grossly abused by said edmmittee, and
more especially by the president and cor
responding secretary of said committee.
S. B. Packard and P. F. Herwig, in garb
ling the resolution of the committee cal
ling a State Convention, by omitting in
the publication of the Žesolution the par
ticular time and place of meeting; and
Whereas, The same committee lass en
croachdil upon the rights and privilege. of
the pariah of Orleans, and of this' com.
mittee, by designating a day tir IMShd
tion of delegsate tothe Shino cenvemlien,
end thereby and otherwise attesaplag to
suppress the right of the pqople to elect
their own parish committee; and
Whereas, The dutty of deslggnating a shy
for the election, being a strictly lecal meat
tsr, belongs solely and exclusively to the
p-is comniltee; therefoxe, be it
Resolved, That the eotnntsip sr of
election in each of the warde of the city
of New Orleans shall make dujilieste ces
tiflcatee o? election for the osadidate
receiving th highest meum a mEteh
maid eeshi.mtes to he msrked$ , *csiginal'
and '**plieste," countemignd and at.
tested by the presidents and serehr~etae of
the mother ward clnbe, thme ** u* ctes
to be delivered by this cimsontat
election, in Sid presc.s of the peiet
and seerwtadies of the mother duabs, to the
president of the State Central Executive
* lelved, That the 'uorihie.' be delw..
Mese to thed deeateelet; to be b, tem
presated totlee cemetiesa as themien-a
' adasel, to the de.lvs7 el tas
"dup~e." t~s ~i ntoa the Stste
dam de of asbn k rc
granter validity than flr its lnaweatsion
af theebkvMjf delegates by the people,
and inaMtheoe e oestrueadaseem.,
c*ding tsgods sote coimunMeeth 4n
algMt. teoe haes o in say manama
d..da waa e**dayeleated delgae
that .bee's sanag might xelsu.ivsy,
inm&Ie r *h ata sad lo be die,
ulned tp SheSdthugh tsk amvemtloc .
the State Centeal Coemmittee to oesatiote
itself judge of the elections, returns and
goaliAcations of the delegates to the con
vention as a groes attempt to a arp the
rights and privileges of the convention, to
enaoale them to reject the chosen represen
talthte of the people, and foist into the
convention those with whom they hope to
i be able to barter for a perpetuation of
Resolved, That the said cowmntte4 by
Iti attempt to suppress the people's rights
In the parish of Orleans, to elect theit
own parish executive committee, is 1t0
longereatitled to. and has utterly forfeited,
the conaidence of the Republicans of this
parish, and of this committee.
Resolved, That as the direct and imme
diate representatives of over twenty-five
thousand Republican voters in the perish
of Orleans, we denounce ani copdemn,
as an unpardonable breach of trust and
unmitigated treachery to the Republican
party, the garbling and spoliation of the
first paragraph of the resolution of the
State Comnuittee, calling f'tr a convention,
and that the preaident and corresponding
secretary of said committee are especially
unworthy of any future positions of trust
or confldence in the it.-pul lican party,
inasmuch as th&, being the custodians of
the records of the committee, can alone
be held responsitble for this breach of
Resolved, That recognizing the State
Central Executivo Ccncnittee the legi
timate supreme head of the party in the
Slate, we desire that it shall be composed
of teen of undoubted integrity, and fair
dealing, incapable of creating dissension
and division in our ranks, and to this end
we appeal to our own constituents, and to
the Repblican throughout the State, to
instruct their delegates to the convention
to root out, if not all, at least those of
the present State Conunittee, as bave be
trayed the trust reposed in them hy the
people, anw have taken avantage of their
positions to turn disorgunisers in our ranks
to enhance their own private personal
ambition, and we further ask the people
to instruct their delegates to praxant their
credentials to the convention, the only
propel authority to receive and pass upon
them, and to deliver authentic copies of
the same to the President of the State
Central Executive Cwsaaittee, as a record
of information for said committee.
The.following resolution by Hon.
P. B. S. Pinchback, wan adopted :
WfERBAs, It has been publicly stated
that the Republican party in this State
has divided, and that they about to hold
more than one convention,
Resolved. That we, the Parish ('om.
mittee of Orleans, deny these assertions
and chart e the delegates who are to be
cheeen on Monday next, to attend at such
place as may be doignated I y the State
Oeumnittee for the meeting of the conven
tion, there to remain as representativee of
The following resolution, by Mr.
Frederick A. Johnson, was adopted:
Reolved, That no eb tion for owlers
qf clubs, delegates to thParish Executive
Committee, the State Central Executive
Cotymittee, or the del to the natni
nating convention, will acknowledged,
unless regularly elect. d at the specified
mother ward club building or hall of their
It was ordered that the proceed
igas f. this meeting be published
in the New Orleans Itepudarmn;
siter which the comuittee adjourned,
to meet Tuesday, August 8, at
tweire o'clock K., in tUe hall of the
House of Representatives.
A true copy from the minuttee.
J. D. O'CONNELL,
JO8EPH P. lMURPHY,
STATE OF ISUISIAWA.
rPUBL!SHF~ BY'AUTHORTTY J
To incorporate the Aity of Monroe;
to Ox its boundaries; to provide for1
the government, and c~reate a re
corder'. conet for the same.
Sacrxonr 1. Bc it enacted by the
Senate sad House of Heprementa..
tivres the State .otLmiaa in
Genesml &Assmbly convened, That
th~1oowinglimit. shall condtitate
the boundary of the corporation of
theCty MOnROe, in the pariah of
Omnehita. to wit: Coamenua a
a poiat em the cesta bank of the
Oneehita river, eleven hundred u4i
forty feet south of the upper lne of
the plantation of Mr.. Naeay ~.,
deamed-theme eastwardly to a
- iisuseedbyr the nsaso
of the eastern cl oJackboatireat;
iUMan up said line trthe ape
line ot the saddplemton ujMm
NeidphMy, deceasnd,m as to in- '
ehowtheeadditiegL to the city of <
usae dhg to the servey of ah
Mea', ..sayot o...mdI***dbJ
thmmqahlessg $soat I
saaa.as sAi..nsn Bshad cowp.ny's
right of way; thence on a line run.
ning at right angles wit said plea-j
tation line to tl lower of De Siard
street; thence down said street to
the east bank, incluasre of the west
fork of Young's bayou, thence up
the east bank of said bayou to a
point intersected by an extension of
the upper line of Olive street; theqee
along the line of Olive street to the
eastern line of sixth street; thence
up sixth street to the upper fhle of
Pine street; thence along the upper
line of Pine street to the middle of
the Ouaehita river; thence down
the middle of said river to a point
opposite to and intersected by the
extensioq of the southern boundary
line, and thence to the point of be
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That to provide for the government
of the city of Monroe, there shall
be elected on the first Ilonday in
May of each year, by the qualified
voters of said corporation, from
among themselves, one mayor and
seven councllmen, with the powers
and duties hereinafter set forth.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That the election of officers, created
by the second section of this act,
shall be held by the same commis
sioners appointed to hold the last
preceding general election of the
State, residents of said city, or any
three of them, designated by the
mayor and city councilmen; and that
said election shall be conducted in
all respects according to the laws of
the State regulating elections, ex
cept as to counting the ballots,
which shall be counted and returns
thereof made by said commissioners
to the clerk of the district court in
and for the parish of Onachita, who
shall issue certificates of election to
the persona elected, and said ,en
tifeates shall be sufficient authority
for the person elected to enter upon
the discharge of their duties, after
they shall have qualified by taking
an oath to discharge said duties
faithfully; provided, that nothing in
this act shall be so constructed as to
require or enforce the closing
of any houses of business in
said city on the day of election, or
to require the opening of the polls
before the hour of nine o'clock, a.
Y., on the day of election; and pro
vided farther that inethe event no
commissioners, as aforesaid, should
reside in the city of Monroe, or the
same should be disqualified refuse
or be unable to act, then the parish
judge of Opachita parish shall, upon
the application of - any citisen of
said city, appoint three competent
residents of said city to hold said
See. 4. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That it shall be the duty of the
clerk of the court aforesaid or his
deputy to give notice of said elec
tion by publication ten entire days
in the newspapers published in said
city; and if there be none he shall
post notice of said election at three
publie places in said city ten entire
days before hand.
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That in case of a tie vote at said
electioa, or in meesof the death or
resigshtitm of any of the officers
Imentioned in the second section of
this act~, Ue clerk of the district
court or his deputy shall order an
election in the manner set forth in.
the fourth section of this sct, and
a plurality of votes at all elections
altil be su~eient to elect.
Sec. 6 Be it further enacted, etc.,
'That immediately on receiving their
certificates o~ electio, the mayor
and councibuan shall meest and or
ganisa themselves into sbody, to be
knoika an **tie Mayor and City
Council of Monroe," and shall pro
ceed to oldee one suitable person to
be asesesor sal collector of the city
taxes and licenses, and to elect a
traurrof the city of Monros, who
shal be ex-oacio secretary of the
See. 7 Be it fus!enacted, ete.*
That the mayor stsal preside at
smeetings of the city eouncil M
eat neeting of thg&anaril wbhe
he damns it nee...ry; shn) asnuvt
all Niw, ordlname..aji tsmatnms
of the city owueil; shal vole only
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amenial -idha don as aisi
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A. P. Field. &Rober1
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Criminal business in the State and Oi1s*
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Atton .eya atý.aº
New Orleas., Ia.
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