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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Louisianian. — 11 May 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 11 1871. NUMBEK 4 The qorsrxua is published every Thur. 7 eand Sunday at 114, Carondelet Street, New Oreisa. Win. G. BROWN,---Edltor. -- .:. P. B. 8. PINCHBA CK, Manager. ,a- Tax s or Ssascarrio: ta Oa Yasa .........................$5 0O Six Mortas ...................... 2 50 Tsazl Morrs ...................1 25 8xoeL. Corr ..................... 5. PROSPECTUS OF TIRE LOUISIANIAN. Ish the endeavor to establish another Republican journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the LouirsIxAx, propose to to fill a necessity which has been long, and sometimes painfully-felt to exist. In the transition state of our people, in their strug gling efforts to attain that position in the Body Politic, which we conceive to be their due, it is regarded that much information, guidance, encouragement, counsel and reproof have been lost, in consequence of the lack of a medium, through which these defi...

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. — 11 May 1871

Ot's'slc': I .t :.Oxs1:.rr s RE~r. rt;a (. r.l.. L' WFm. G. BRL)HY. ditu:r hilt! Fasiistrr, P. B. S. P!i - ; anager. 3"II`;fi:ýti::' ' . - !%._ -:. Y~un,. Grc~cencilc: I1 i:.;.1: ::-")'L1 ,1.\\:ý!ir j ll, :%:((. 1. 1jLYSSEE~' S. CRANPT. 1' *li*i l .e (' t t17 _ I t1:· 2 :>::C / " 1::; ti )l w . 1 I , "'i :·. 0'.; i s a c. it ·.:l 1·c,,. . ·. · we t... ltc · I,· Ith\e! ::i:ic,?~1; · li o 1:(,:~ .,(. Our1 - , ) t. QIct,~ L l r l:;.;tt t.. I'::._ ! " ..,, U... '(..:(" t· i ('''""e'i-il . ! rcs .f :1. 1 im. 11: our 1i_ . C :u: I !t;i: 1·ct tli:itl t tuo,' ut V. L' 5~ i tiO~.:tclI; cncbr!l~· IL ,*o . " t ,..t:: 1. :. ". ... : 1i. 1e i e~ ~ aj az' ** - t £ - l 1 `t: il i." ti; !l:'(! tlt 1:..-.. t:: C;:+ _) o..ts 41:'') )/': 7. 1. --it .i (. C.. o f' (l.31 Lo:.1.2.t .lc of XL .iL2:c, U'3l!c~ htine cr ou; yolc p'." c~. ot 1 I it oicr U.csethe t:ihi ViU~~ ao h~t \e o. a:" i) fso:- 1 :un :eirlJ IIlJ~I. s.in~l ~ tht)S rcn:a' ou reif. i 1potc. V. ...L i. -. I n AOWevnJ~lcr b:e rrnembcrcd:; ...

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. — 11 May 1871

e4 ':j!Ar" WATC.iE8S 7"£i 0?( ILA TI ll 2AiIJLpY·I~iJ M.IC'11 Il Y. ".r?~A " 11, 2 " r.:: JC ~ rt I p 'p hef 1.5 (I,,'' "fAA. 1 All A G3 1:. Wa"1,am Watch .. ,: 2.k L.r VI ao:~ Ofla.; c, :," - ...'t. year, walihout A CGnuine Waltham Watch :1 t--;r d rrpýP2.'. tv. c'yj b.cvo 9o-u c JoVV'ic its. ..I LtL ' UIi As L zia:.VE JEW ELS, tA - . ':: t. h is::n~ale I.* tt :n :. l:.k :t; 11: L o t r a ""U . l,.t u'i t.:itl ' ,r * ii] iit -I' i." r. LA' L~( v· 4~I.. TI' w All T Atl.v $ Ar l'At: nT·~\u. ~A (j1 1 ..i L 0! ·,tt·t ·· :I , OOI, ,LOTIHINoG, - SI'AATIES W\HO BUY FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS -FORt CA.I- Will find thezr money spent more to theih battsfection at BRASEL JIAN & ADAMS' CASH HOUSE ELSE WIIERE. A GLinc through their immense stock Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Plaids, Serges, Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloths, nr,ot I'ormosas, Arabs, Jackets, Shawls li.. Sackiugs, Cloakings, Cloths, ,. 1". Flannels, Laces, Embroide e rit., Gloves, Corsets, Vel v;/. vets, Ribl,c us, Parasols, a, I'a...

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. — 11 May 1871

OFFICIAL JOURNAL. OP Tz PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE or THE SECOSI SENERA ASSEMBLY OF TEE STATE OF LOUISIANA. Continued fro/ our lad Number) The constitutional rule was further suspended by a four-fifths affirmative .ote, the bill read its third and last time, and finally adopted with its title. The following bills were introduced by unanimous consent: By Mr. Ingraham: A bill to be entitled an act to authorize the correction of assessments against, and the settlement of back taxes due, Asa F Cochran amid Edmund P. Tileston, of Boston, Massachusetts. Passed its first reading. The constitutional rule was then sus pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, the bill put on its second reading andro ferred to the Committee on Judiciary. By Mr. Ray: A bill to be entitled an act to extend the coummisnion under acts to provide pensions for the veteraIns of 1814 and 1815. Passed its first reading. The constitutional rule was then sus- I ,ended by a four-fifths afirmative vote, "ld the bill put on...

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. — 14 May 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, MAY 14 1871. NUMBER ' The Loutsaxrs is published every Thura ,y and Sunday at 114, Carondelet Street, New Orlsan' -rba W'm. G. BROWN,---Editor. P. B. 8. PINCHBA CK, Mauage'r. epr Tsaus or bSaecazrPrsosx: Op a Y MIa . ..................... .$5 i zix MNrrs ................. . 2 50 Talsa MoNrsH ...................1 2., SInOLZ COP. ................... 5. PROSPECTUS OF THE LOUISIANIAN. In the endeavor to establish another lepublican journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the LouxISIAIA, propose to to till a necessity which has been long, and .m,.times painfully-felt to exist. In the transition state of our people, in their strug gling efforts to attain that position in the Body Politic, which we conceive to be their due, it is regarded that much information. guidance, encouragement, counsel and reproof have been lost, in consequence of the lack of a medium, through which these deficiencie...

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. — 14 May 1871

PUBLISHED THURSDAYS & SLBUDAYS Ore 11it Calaonxao snarr; Naw Oaziss La. VI . 0UOI, Editr uand hublis P. B. S. PINCHBACK. Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :-Daniel E. Young, Oreenville. LOUI8ANA :-John . W:ashington, Black Hawk, Coucordia Parish; Hon. G. Y. KHlao, Alexandria. Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-James A. D. Green, Washington C(ty. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White, Chicago, KENTUCKY :-Dr. I. A. Green, Louisville. SUNDAAYAY 14, 1871. OUR CHOICE FOR PREBIDE.W'T IN 1873T. ULYSSES S. GRANT. -- -.,  iTo-day the usual servioes at Straight University. THE PEOPLE AND THE CROWN. The Republican of this city has a long editorial article in which an effort is made to show that the people of England are becoming restive under the prerog atives of the crown. There never was a greater mistake made. While the city of London itself is governed by a close corporation, which for centuries have had the right to meet the Queen at "Temple Ba...

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. — 14 May 1871

THE BALANCE WHEEL OP A WALTHAM WATCH 4 times second, 340 times a minute, 14,400 time an hour, 345,600 times a day, 2,419,200 time.s week. 1i,368.000 times a month, 12t.144,000 times a year. yJyORl 1 EXPECTED OF A WATCH TBANAXT KIND OF MACHINZRY. .w,,c not only run ll day, btd al night ; not g ,, aweek'days, but on Sundays and Holidays. ms.t ru hangng up or lying down-upside - orritJ side up. It must eep running when S:,, sits /IownA or stand up, When he walks - ui Ifn fact, it is espected to do its duly at el ,,. erry place and in sveay position. A Genuine Waltham Watch r.. i all these requirements. I wound once it aw:ll faithfully tick for you a hundred * :.enty-six million times in a year, without .+. rrquiring fresh oil all tthat time. A Genuine Waltham Watch cowraUe S.·, 9 whtells, 51 Screwse, and 98 other parts -.Cr a2 ether 136 separate pieces, l COenuai Wialtbasa lWatohee have ee L ra  Aawtt Lt. sv ai a asw, t11 rVLL JZW.LLD MAWR VIU5E Jawa. Every part of a Waltham Watch i...

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. — 14 May 1871

OFFICIAL JOURNAL. 1 PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE or TWO SECOND GENakAL APEMBLT STATE OF LOUISIANA. Continued from our ad Numler) Passed its first reading. The csututwunal rule was then suspended by a four-tittus atirmative tote, the bill put on its second Ieading. Tue bill, on motion of Mr. Coupland, was adopted on its second re-au~g. The coustituonal ruse was iurther suspended by a tour-luttl atirnative vote, the bill read its Umird and last ume, and finally adop.ed with its title. The becret-ry then caUed tue name of Mr. Daigle, wh : called up House bill No 248, to be entitled an act authoriziug Laster ViLc;nt to build a draw bridAe on Jlayou Vermilion. Passed its first reading. The couuntutional rule was then sus pended by a four-nuha sflirmautve vole, tie bill put on its second retdinmg and adk pted. Tue constitutional rule was further suspended by a lour-fiths alliractive vote, the bill read its third and last teu~, and finally adopted with its title. lhe Secretary teen called t...

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. — 18 May 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." L1E 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18 1871. NUMBER 43. ý - I RAT O DET~ ynsd every Thurs TH t crondelet Street, New 01` .--Editor. WI pIN('IBBA CK, Manager. scarrzo: -g f . 250 ..1 25 5. Th :r. Ah S?('TUS isIAN IAN. y rr to establish another WI o New Orleans, the l1nastAl., propose to 0O ,:ib has been long, and er 11lt to exist. In the Ag ar 1woplC. in their strug 0n i that position in the He a we conceive to be their that much information, ent, counsel and C( ,st in consequence of am, through which these hw suppliel. We shall Ln tL-I,)AN a desideratum glt POLICY an :tdcat .s, the LortaIANAN 1w . 1a L' 1ll trins ,nd uider re We shall advocate the ol vnmlt of broad civil liberty . i ,ty of all men before the ,ral distribution of honor a dl who merit themn. allaying aL Lmosities, of U m.LLAry <f ti bitter past. id mony and union among all Y wen an interetR, ws shall removal of ...1 political VE Ar kindness and forbear...

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 May 1871

PUBLISHED TIIURRDAYS & SUYDAYS Orracs 114 CaRo1IDer .aKrREET; NEw ORLnANs LA. Ia. 0. 10IW0, Editor aid Fablisher, P. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. MISSISSIPPI :-Daniel F. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, BLek lawk, Concordia P rish; lion. 0. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. C. Ruth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUMSIA :-James A. D. Green, Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Lewis B. White. Chicago. KENTUCKY:-Dr. B. A. Green, Louisville, NOTICE. , * All communications must be addressed 'Editor of the Louisianian," and anonymous letters must be accompanied by the name of the writer, not necessarily for publiesion, bat as an evidence of good faith. We are not responsible for the opinions ot our contributors. THURSDAY MAY 18, 1871, OUR CIIOICE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1872. ULYSSES S. GRANT. FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS BANK. Among the great advantages springing from the establishment of the Freedmen's Bureau, none eclipses the establishment of the Freed...

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 May 1871

WATCHES E~IflTL r A WATCH will Ira. . noth. , ~F A VATCH va, Y.Si :!. cU night ; not .,!yH and Holidays. 0, down -upside -s bee' running when ip. When he walks ; du (.* duty at all "stety pVition. Watham Watch r as I wound once .fr you a hundred - in a year, without Waltham Watch *n aol 98 other parts e Wa1thwm S Shaveo so'Oe .wvelin. SATsE ELEVEU JEWEL e sa rVrrr' IEWELL tat Xilthatn Watch is made by to I Aun.,ry i in making the iute . itch coast over a lHn- rap ri. vet we oeil these Watehes, cat linting Cose, f-'r $1R. The by not » nMe lay hand and 6.- u r for TEN TIMES AS tnCH. wb e waitham Watch no, like A Springfield rifle, that sel Witch is eiai'tly like the in .r. and if ten Watehes of ] t.ken apart, aub the crews, qu were miaed together, ten .,.le by putting thuse parts ': ,t any r ference to their .c- This is a le T Ald'ANTA tiE; a Waltham Watch is injured LAs', it at a 'Lj Erj'nse. WALTHAM WATCH v ry-re7 e to '.IflILITY rui: fra sear or two, an 'pairs , but du tut t~ic ,th...

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 May 1871

OFFICIAL JOURNAL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE 01,33 81063 SEfERAL AMUILT o0 mEN STATE OF LOUISIANA. Continued from our last Number) Mr. Fish called up Senate bill No. G6. On motion of Mr. Fish, the bill was referred to the Committee on Appro priations. Mr. Ragan called up Senate bill No. 3, to be entitled an act granting corporate privileges to the inhabitants of the city of Baton Rouge, in the parish of East Baton Rouge, and to provide for the government of the affairs thereof, and to repeal an act entitled "an act to amend the several acts relative to the police and government of the city of Baton Rouge," approved April 2, 1853, and to repeal all acts amendatory thereto, and to repeal an act to provide for the government of the city of Baton Rouge, approved March 8, 1856, and to repeal all acts amendatory thereto. Mr. Bagan moved to suspend the rules to take up the bill. On call of the yeas and nays, the Senate voted to suspend the rules by the following vote: Yeas: Barber, Butler, ...

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. — 21 May 1871

Ani N e lt I oua uian. "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME . NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, UNDAY, MAY 21 1871. NUMBER 44. VOLUME i. NEW~ ORLEANS LOUISIANA, SUNDAY, MAY ifl 18'11. NUMBER 44° 1r Ta LovIus.vJa is publiuhed every ThunM -S{ ., ru'day at 114, Caruadelet ,treet, New Wm. G. BROWN,---EdItor. p. B. 8. PINCHBACK, Manager. A* Tzsvs or ScsscaIPTsow: '0 O s Ys a .................... .. ...:.. Srx MoxTn ................... 2 50 Tmeaz Mowras ...............1 25 soa Corr .......... ....... . 5. PROSPECTUS OF THE LOUISIANIAN. Ia the endeavor to establish another Republicau journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the LonrsuAW , propose to to fill a necesity which has been long, and sometimes painfully-felt to exist. In the trnasition asste of our people, in their strug gling efforts to attain that position in the Body politic, which we conceive to be their due, it is r-,garded that much information, guidance, encouragement, counsel and reproof hive been lost, ...

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. — 21 May 1871

JUBLIHED TIIHURSD.4YS d SUND.AYS. Omrni 114 CAoXDawo.rr srnrsr; Nzw ORLSW L. d WaIL. C uW, E(itr an llhler, t p. B . .PINCHBACK, Manager, a OUR AGENTS. MISS188IPPI :--Danas E. Young, Greeanvie. e Il)UISIANA:-John A. Washington, Black Il;,wk, Concordia Pariah; Hon. G. T. Kelso, Alzandria; Antoine A& terrett, Shreveport, A. t. tuth, Carroll Parish. DISTRICT OF COLUIBIA :-James A. D. Grten, Washington City. i ILLINOIS :-- ewi B. White, Chicago. KENTUCKY :-Dr. B. A. Green, Louisville, f SUNDAY MAY 21, 1871. t t a .IUR CHOICE FOL9 PRESIDE"T IN 1872. ý ULYSSES S. GRANT. aLPOur readers will be glad to learn : wnd we are rroud to announce that we I have secured the services of J. Sells Martin. Esq.. upon terms which gives the Lrc:'Lsu s the exclusive use of his pcwerful pen. POLITICAL EQUILIBRIUM. Political Journudl are wathced and the utterances of politicians are weighed, with a- view of locating them, as to the side- they mtiy espunie in the 1 next political convention of the repub-...

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. — 21 May 1871

'WALTHAM WATCNES. TILE BALANCE WHEEL OF A WALTNAM WATCI 4 timer as:nd. 0W times a min'lt 14.400 times an hour, 'gN,,00 times a day. 2,419,200 timesa weak, ),3688.000 times a mouth, 1t;,144,000 times a year. yuvlt 1. EX PEi'TFD OF A WAT'll THA.V .4 N Y AIsVD OF MACHI.VR Y. S~tngot onAly run ull day, ba all night ; not a, weekdays, but on Sundays cnd Holidays. r.,.u hanging up or lying down-upside 0.or right side up. It must keep runing wthen ,rr sits down or stand up, Iihen he walks evs Imfaet, it is erpecaed to do ds d,dy at ell ur, i every place and in svery position. A Genuine Waltham Watch ,,0k l ll these requirements. I wound once St wll faithfully tick for you a hundred 4 nty-six million times in a year, without .requaring fresh oil all tthat time. A CGenuin Waltham Watch no. 9 tcethe. 51 Screes, and 98 ether parts 1. 0iteeather 136 separate pieces. AlU GCnuieT Tal thao  Watohaes h*ave amve I Jewq1e. , uas nwsut.o zas MAW SN 1wnLL a rrL n .aUtLED HAV FUrr rTrr JZWE . vtery...

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. — 21 May 1871

OFFICIAL JOURNtAL. 14 aJust or zra PROCEEpINGS OF THE SENATE SISOMI pEERAL ASSEMBLY Jeff or Tia vid STATE OF LOUISIANA. Continued from our last Number) Chu Dis Mr. Coupland moved to adjourn, for which, on call of the yeas and nays, the ll Senate refused by the following rvte : ary. Yeas : Andeyson, Blackman, Coupland, I Fish, Futch, Kelso, Lynch, McMillen, Pierce, the lTompson---1t Nays: Antoine, Barber, Bowman, Butler, per Campbell, Daigle, Gallup, Harris, Herwig for Junsaker, Ingraham. Jenks, Lewis, Noland O'Hara, Pinchback, Ragan. Ray. Smith. Swords, kee Sypher, Thomas, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcoz-. Mr. Conpland called for executive ses sion. The cudl being duly seconded the on President ordered the chamber to be cleared of all persont except members. Executive session having been raised. To Mr. Noland, moved to suspend the ,onstitutional rule to put the bill on its third reading. On call of the yeas and nays the rule was suspcr.dud by the fol lowing vote : Yeas: Anderson,...

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 May 1871

"REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES." VOLUME 1. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25 1871. NUMBER 4 •r Tie LorzanxuWx n published every Thur d6y and Sunday at 114, Carondelet Stret, New Wmn. G. BROWN,---Editor. p. B. S. PINCHBACK, Manager. y~r TaIMs or Sascamrrrox: On YraU ..5 ........... . (. 0 Six Mowrus . .... 2 50 Tnast Mo rm s .... ... . ....... 1 2.5 SrasoLx COPY ...................... 5. PROSPECTUS OF THE LOUISIANIAN. In the endeavor to establish another epubhlican journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the LotusrAwIAi, propose to to fi1 a necessity which has been long, and sometimes painfully-felt to exist. In the transition state of our people, in their strug gliag efforts to attain that position in the Body Politic. which we conceive to be their due, it is regarded that much information, guidance, encouragement, counsel and reproof have been lost, in consequence of the lack of a medium, through which these deficiencie might be supplied. We shall tr...

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 May 1871

PUBLISHED THUR-DAYS & SUNDAYS. OrFFc.. Ill t'i..>ar.T.r srRacT;r X::- O~a.erp:a LA. Wa. t. Cl l,., Lid:or ar.d Pablisor, - I m- - r P. B. S. PINCH'ACK, Manager. OUR AGENTS. 11. `1HSSISSIPPI: -- D:iuiel :. Young. Greenville. I"WIslANA :-J.thn A. Washington. Black ]:-.aik. Ceo:a'.r:a lParish; Hou. G. T. RKJo, .. .,tria; Antoine.& Sterrett. Shreveport, A. ( . Iatith, ('.Arr:ll Pa'sh. y L D)ISTRI'T O)F COLU3M1BIA :-James A. D. E t;r,."r:, W%'asLi:nitou City. f IL.LIN)iS :- -I..wis B. White, Chicago. \ ENTUCKY: -Dr. R. A. Green, Louisville, TitUIkSDAY MAY 7, 1871. itt ( t or', c1olel' 1'.: i ' IE;1.1 T 1._ " 17 . S72 . ULYSSES S. ARANT.' krOur readers will be glad to learn 1 : n' we are proud to c:tnounrce that we I:'.ve s4ectu'cL , ti:,' srsis of J. Sella ,h:. :il., J. , 4 i:n t,'rmn whihh gives I i: :, Le'.';inn,'., th, cxclhnil. ,,se of his i + .,,"u l ":. t: EXU' i) i HE ]. H LIT. t 0': e-cai- e.ationi and enfranchise 1.2At V 2" 0 td s5ch s'lless and i 1tr1d" , tee i :...

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 May 1871

ATH MA WATCHES. ;IIT -AL A. C-E WHEEL WALTHAM WATCH "t Lan.ee seýond. ;40 titr.," :a miiute, S45,'1. rtoe flu hour. , t.- J) t:l fla dajy, ,.. t- month. .44) UlLU'5 S guar. L X. :.PL''cT'ED OF A WATCH IIHANANY KIND OF MA CHINBER Y . ;., .r :; run udl day, but all night : not S..i- ,. !,.t on $undays and Holidays. .,.. ing up or lying down-upside ,.sie tup. It must keep running wrhen .. n vr stand up, Whien he walks -i. i ,; it iz expected to do its duty at all , pi ce and in svery position. A Genuine Waltham Watch a : I, he requirements. I wound once . ..; tinthfully tick for you a hundred .,..; x umillion timeq in a year. without :.; fresh oil all tthat time. A Genuine Waltham Watch C"oNTA[rNS S : s., 51 Serer:s, and 98 other parts . . . 136 It friue piU JcIS. . entýlno Walthalnm eVatohom hbte oevenl L JeWl's. - ...:.:., c i..LLLI) UAV LL~4t Jaws. r it :. L, ~t i E FPITEEN J fLI.L. r t r,/ t,.. .' Vt harn Watch is made by to 1..:., I . 'iiry nuqd in nmaking the :I.; witch coa...

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 May 1871

OFFIUI' A L JOURNAL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE or TIa Me8ON GENERAL ASSEMBLY 'JL' TIHE STATE': )F LOUISIANA. Lrertitve Stesion. SF.NxATr CIIAMIER,) Monday, Febriary 27, 1871. The Ser'etary cdlled the roll: 'resent: The presiding ofieer, and M.Sers. Anderson, Antoine, Blackman, Iokwman, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, i.Daigle, Fish, Futch, Gallup, Harris, Her wig. Hunsaker, Ingraha:n, Lewis, Lynch, McMillen, Noland, O'Hara, Pierce, P n "h hack, Ragan, Ray, Smith.Swords, Hypher, Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox-33. The reading of the minutes was dis lpened with. The delegation to whom was referred She nomination of Albert Voorhies, re ported unfavorable thereon. Report laid over. The ,Senat then rose from executive session. * PITT CRAVATH, Assi:stant Secretary of the Senate. SENATr ('RAMBEI, ) Monday, February 27, 1871. ) The Secretary called the roll. Present: The presiding odicer, and Messrs. Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bhl:ckman, Bowman, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, l)...

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