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Sof the rarisi Executive Commit
of the bepublian Party, Parish t. John the Baptist. rt.::.. ,F JoNl TILE BAPTrT, ) Dccmtner 29, 1S71. S t,f t! pri silent, the com .: 1in t courtroom of the f: thi, palrish, President hi,. ,huir. seventeen mem u., !It and one absent. ":, of the State Central . , f ,l:te December 22, 1871, . ti' secretary and con g,.r,,ling to its tenor. 1 ). ,m:r presented the . l.: le and resolutions, !o reat.l, were unani i,: the election of the S1:. ,. 'inclhack to the presi S u:ate alnd Lieutenant of the State of Louisi ; ui v aV.ll'y created by the 'i of U. J. Dunn, : .: i . -tratig that the prin ., 1 leilubiiA.:uism are still :.. 1. i,, an .vnut which we thi." whom wI believe lth rithts and interests l r ce; aid It :lso demonstrates that f tihe ln. P' . B. S. t () honored a position, r 1, , l, every true Re .. t :cknowledgment of _. I :.:1 also an omen of tri ar :Iu latin of factionists i "uirinciplted men styling I: i'blicans, but who, by S,:. with the Democrats, .: th. verest censure and .:,...:::.:. , very honorable Re i': i tizcn of Louisiana; I::.. Ti-wse achievements we .rt:i~.rr:,.lee to ice due to the I aiitvy that have always :',i Excellency Henry C. i: th lulinagmenet of public .,re, r e , it i.-. ."I" That ewe, tho mnemblers of " '.ix.ecutive committee of the ...,., piarty of the parish of St. - i'tltit., hereby approve and t ... ' of the Governor in I Sttate Senate of Louisi :. requisite and essential, rtuu'stances, andll a mark t c't ablity; and be it fur i.That we, as a component " . irent party of progress of c,',ngratuhlte the party in :1,n of Senator Pinchback to . Cu-,le, and exalted position ,:.,ht Govcernocr, thercbv se ,, that position a true, tried and .... lulihlin. anlc a repres.nta h it the lich r d race, one whom hi\ve ill n=t. .l Iust and reason lil"h:s- t c, c'le Ic( c rtl1, progress .,, t in Lotusicc. : and be it 1.c. T;i:tt the "c'tion cf our i rcin this senatorial district. :..n:g themselves with tch ; :. .1c1 ('ustomhoutse clique i. I; ,ubllica n party of this SIy mteet with our unquali p rIval:d. ,mid IIcing in direct rt the wi.shes of this c.om ' i I th lblllican vot.ers of n:i: l Ie it furthler i. lI Th:tt the secrektry of this I" cir ecttd to, transmit a - c,-, ilre.aml c and resolutions r "i Sc.n'ators from this dis ':! ,f A. C. Baclock, it was Sia committee of three i. ! :l'ointed by the chair to Li, utcuant Govrnor Pinch .: i lrit him with a copy of ic i'imudlle and resolutions. t i" '. Mr. Combs, to consti . : ti,. l('mbern s of the com i:r u:.nd as the other two " Icrs. John Cayoll and -!K: .. 'thi; pen rented the fol t' :':in, which was adopted: A I V, the parish execu ", this parish, That h : tie c,,mmittee are here thI' :, H on. IHenry Demas, ";:lice. f(r the many vai S. r, lhred. and the aide S"il hi has identified '1" ', ti u true epunblicans of '!tha his untiring efforts, m ie: thie irsent political S c" c ,using the right cause, dcl. ,, c.nuiccnlee of his abil ,lti,, this parish in the t , i,. Mr. Demas re icpr, : i . c :icipriarte remarks, ':' the piclitical issues " c " 1, c,,includtled by intro - ' c' n. i 'r ,luticon: " :c I "."1.'That, as an able 1 'lullican ranks of this ·,i f:ithful to all the ... 1 r ml. iu him, stenad ';. r7' o.- thi· committee, ase ; i wirth and ability, c, . ,ur indcltedness - Ut. 3Ir. George W. i . t we cicord the 'r pri, ut perfect organiza .: : il unity of feeling ,h ,inr i'a'rnest sulilcort : c I, ,1 it, aclolption, .: :. ;,. pted unan ' r' : I r:. C'(cmls t n .:-", ,i thank. for the . ia tit t, coufir ulpon 1 ',. cf the reisolution., d"'l , vsrr been and i full llhcre justice ... f his own con-. I :"l:iii, regardles, of " I:.. ('v,,ll . it was re ' ' c'' ,' th.e r. r ccteclings, i " frwaric ,1 to the ":" Ic"c;li:ln ani Se mi .'::ttc thun acljun( .d. c sub c-' ,E C(OMBS, r ii.y .,: THE LOUISIANIAN BOOK AND JOB Printing Establishment, 114 ..... aremdelet Street.. ..114 Nrw OLa.,S.. We are now prepared to execute every DESCRIPTION -OF S1RIi NT I , SUCH AS Mammoth Posters, Fancy Show Cards, Railroad Work. Lawyers' Briefs, Book Work, Steamboat Work, Business Card-, Programmes, Handbills, And all kinds of "IERCANTILE WORK. RUULING AND BOOK-INDING -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Executed with Dispatch. Steamboat Printing. Steamboat Officers will find it to their interest to call at our Office and LEAVE THETP. ORDERS. Posters and Handbills IN BLACK AND COLORED INKS, AND OF EVERY SIZE. BILL HEADS On any quality of pa'per Prices Accordingly. 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