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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 March 1871

S, i,. oint r-solution instruct- vi( ,t, :,,"u wantnt-: for ertccute s on b, 110. l n at for the tellef of j (10 . oi the p ltition for the relief of tiv . (' iraU N. 2, of the Sixth an S, )lh'ls., awll your comumittee of , anl tdsil the- ntctu upanvyiutn' t. O r ,:t1tr utsi. to r,'oart ttll fvai r.ihl I WI ,, 127, an a:'t for the relief of Co , the p.arnh of Riehlanhl ;:alto of I th, petition of Charles Futchs, ,. Ne Irliiia. 01 r.ad,l un Hlouse bill No. 121. an if th,. :idow ,f J.eop'lh 1')flfi ur cowluittee TrecoL .udiS the th f:te fo,,ll1oing resolution in place of 1 1. wl - ,t the' Warrant Clerk of thi . .t I,tructed to ipay to the widow cif i h FI edli, i.l, of BLaton Rouge, the vi, h (.:lI o huundre!l anl seventy t . 11;' J to be paid out of the cu- ti . , of the II ,10 . t n, mtru'ct.~d to report favorably to ,, ,1 lyvearpie Fortier, and r.- tel " i thl 1H "''ge of the accowpaenying bilL Pe J. (;.ULSTKAMP, Chairman. isn ' N. lois and 112, reported by the th s"er referred...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 March 1871

GOOD n AT oLD pRILCES. AS THE ROLE AGENTS in 60 United States for the I.VERPOOL WATC'H CO., we are an thorizcd by lthe to close out a large line of L Europesa Watched Chains. etc., now in stock for Cash, at prices sever' betfore known All be,autiful in finish, artistic is design. reliable T. for .ccurate time. durable, and of the latest style. E'.ry Watch will be reti, led at lens than For eost of 'mportatio,,~and forwarded secunrely uick ed. prelmid, to any part of the country on receipt of price. 3Mone' cn be sent to us by 1}xpress, wits order. f?,r E.press Co. to return Goods or s Cabt. whieh will ea,~tre promptness and safety to purchaser. Among our list will be found. A BEATIFUITL ENGLISH SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE WATCH, genuine English tall plate jewelod movements, adjusted regulator, To steel cut Istad, engine turn nerl, co rest ad servicebtle article. large or smadl size, in com- Jo plate running order, with an elegant Gent's Vest Chaiin, Locket and key, all complete, snail ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 March 1871

THIE LOUISIANIAN. 4UPPLEME NT StSDAY MAECH 5, 1871. Co,tinued from 3rd Pale,j atk, Overton, Quinn, Raby, Riley, god, Sartain, Stamps, Tonnoir, Tu I'llman, Verrett, )lashington of ption, Washington of Concordia, tasd, E. Williams, H. Williams,  , ,Yorke, Young-57. S: Baker, Barker, Barrow, Rick Srou~ntard, Bryan, Buckingham. ,r, (hache, Cochran, Darby, Da n, Durio, Ellis, Hyams, Killen, Me :s, Meadows, Moncure, Nelson, Spod,J Schumacher, Stevens, Stin ;:,mLn, Thompson, Worall-28. the notion to reconsider was laid tae table. "se second section was read. 11: Tbompeon, of SL Tammany, of Sthie following amendment: out, in line two the words ,,Board of Education," and insert ,,t thcreof, "municipal authorities." ,Ir i. Lott, of Rapides, moved to lay ., srndment upon the table, upon Silessrr. Kenner, of Orleans, and ,,n, of St. Tammany, called for *." and nays, which resulted as ve Abell, Adolphe, Antoine, Bar Wlot, Blentley, Blunt, Bowen, Roer, Iuhrch, Carr, Crawford, ls.barg. Davis, ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 March 1871

In our opanian Mr. BeldvLt eit4tleu to a the relief prolaoel in the bilL In sec- a tion 1t8 of the rvvised laws of the State * $um 1870, it is decllfed thtit "the Attorney General Rha l recove five per cint. on all amounts coulctcdd by him. "It appears in the c use ,r which Mr. Bolden asks to rlihoi, that there was a large and power- 1 fl assoiti,)n. organized and incorpora- ( tedl under the laws of this State, which lift resisted the col c,'io;a of one per cent t tax imaiosed by the Legislature of 18H(; zo that, under the intinenoc of that cor',orn- fu tion, the nread stst, owner:; of the parish of Orlunsu resisted the collection of said tax; and t hat thereupon s:iildry suits were instituted by the Attorney (enoral to en force the eullection of said tax, all of which were resisted by said Association as rat representing the body of real estate to owIwrs ii sail parish; that for the pur- of pose of saving costs to apayers, if the judgmentarhould be adverse to, it, the At- to tonm...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

TUE LgIUSIASiAN. SU BROW --Easo gI7\DAY MARCfU 12. 187L Lo- yru' ii publis 4every .rs 1 Odnsay at 114, Carongelet $t"est, New p, sse or 5rastarrseox: '!t as strase. ............ a ,0 Tiers ga~rrase ..........1 to saoos CO_ . &,ass or Auarnsasss. Mea of sight lines, or its equivatest is HeS 00 o ertion $1 SA. and each embueaet ag Twat 5 7$ets. * on tut pbOel se* ted with - s tas and rot NOTICE. u *mm.snications must be addressed N o the Louisianian," sad anonymous tbshe accompanied by the name of the seessmarily for publication, but a as of good bilk. aI w smt esepommI* ter ths opinisea of la wwww. no CATI NOT AWAY. Bs Gsoso' L. Dari lur Spring's soft fragrance filled the air, eh Whoe Arnt these green buds swelled; bd leve's warm sunshine Slled ay life, Von dlose my heart you held. As into beuny barst the rose HI{ 1o grew my love ach day; no las! that love you trifled with, Aid cast it soon away. Forever, now, this land I leave, So more thy glance to meet; This fareweil ofering h...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

Wm. U. Ddbows,-teraa th SUNDAY MARCH 12, l53. cl 'Ts Lo*sSeailas5 s ipblimsbekeeryThu! by uam S"as, at 114, csr Nadetes MOu W rSs - Tsas oF !X"16a2roN: 'H4 O usY as ....... . ................ 5 d Ia Tasa Modrrs. .. ......... 2 M thi Tans Moxtas ..................1 2S tb SDnts Con ......................10 m at Roaj Or Asvastmaseo Per square of eight lines, or its equivalnt is spases, rst inasetios $1 50, aad .sab sabsunIt iaeurtion 75 eants. Joe Pwrmse uxecuted with neatness and di4pqtch. NOTICE. jpeAUl ooamiuniestion must be addressed f "Ejitor of the Louislaniss," sad seanymss it. letters must be accowpanied by the name of the hi writer, nut neoceearily for publiestios, but as an Ut evidence of good faith. We are not responsible for the epinioss of our contributors. To-day the usual tlabbath services at ce Straight University. Rev. Dr. Thomp- n ion the Pastor, will officiste. is THE NEW SCHOOL DIRECTORS. Cuder the amended School Law, the old ward boards of directors for the pub- h ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

Sass refcrred the following Heseo Wat Sbilg No 97, an act to ieqUwate n ofvW Jojeph, in the patialf Ni favwralby. T ge btu No. 1.59, an set fpiat- orde a act entitled "anlet to incorpor- tion. pring Creek Baptist Church, in tH Wrish of Washington," approved ch 15, faO, favorably. 8,s, bill No. 137, an act to ineorpor- 8 t, th tAiS de I'Ordre Benevolent As- T .vo of New Orleans, Louisiana; O sh-ily villa a recommend thepsasage of the fore- whc 4biIll , 7 A. W. FAULKNER, :u Chairman; ' E. F. BUCKINGHAM, e H. DE MAR, and HARRY LOTT, folk 1. A. COCHRAN, I M[LTON MORRIS, Bar Committee. Be Tri Committee on Public eands and ari bsa ;,rough its chairman, submitted ler, 'a.!'Mug report, which was read and mi try iFot a ov PrtDLIc LamSs A" LYers, Hat ,kw Orleans, February 9,1871.3 Hy Siacratrle Speaker and Members of the Hiz ;. , ~!Representatives : $. ,ris-Your committee, to whom Ma , L3il No. 90 wan referred, have had Val asto under consideration, and not pht r.g the same feasible, and very...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

t~i~ý C U'6uf Ian line Za.opmn Watches, ChainseA .1 º .n for (lstu gsb etrered latk Jil `s~ .ý iei id m IsatatIem5; itab J.dwatimagi awarepap~d safet ME*w7 "Abe fou& b ~ ~ mi)m) AM SdLTD I b1ý1l3 'AISWATOh , 4enine nglish ton p96s wehI thooemselas, _r, sei tMsead, agind 4are ses erest and senugesbleeesek lug. or small dea «. ,em plate running order, wiih an elegant Gentl Vyag , aa**ha and ey. all eusplte, MRii ed.4 ar PIVh DOLL4Jst. . 4 yax UaLNDiOA1;y1 a As. 1u kw~i 04 pat wbj( asus-iituat on of ola Watt- iý rad or q, genuine full Ihte jweled movements ad sted. L, correct, and in cmi n dig Mt's est' a wwith IUns ' end "4[ a ited preopald for 'b4 S rdid Cold Watch, W "MAssi " ditEDE' GOLD D>iubli W&n it ' %agi jting sexes, Elesntly enM eted. engine turned, Genuine Patent L ceder oed lip e tl b 'punesrh e', m &,Mitlrir bu' z..a51 de~w hll JGld WatMh. Ilnew tthes ridid¶atches will e t;)waidqdby manil tree to anf d' ivsit ?tand .ome bre co case, Bi, g th Asvlada sadh, (L...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

rilki ISIANIANM I PLEMENT I1 -.iD. yIef I 12. 1871. wealson, Wheylard, Woarrall, Toung.. 1. the ('h'plnim. motion of Mr. Garstktamp, of a the reading of the journal was a - j with, and it was approved. p . ,*,u'd in our next number ] t OmICIAil JOURNAL. or hass , 1 . c jJGS OF THE SENATE OF TUN C 006 GENERAL ASSEMILT C or "rus c STATE OF LUtI ANA. ¶ry Fit Day's Swima. fran out last Number) Ors"" o01 P metkrtb." 1 f. tch, from the Committee on reportedi favqrably upon x10o. 145, to be entitled an act t J, G. Warrma apd T. W. d the pariah of St Laadry, Akeeping a ferry aeroe the V near the, nouth,' of p gge, on the road leading from r in tho pariah of Pointe tl it Opelousas, in the parish of i was considered engrossed. f contitutional rule was then a br a four-fifths affirmative a the bill read its third and last ad Unal y tAopted with its title. favorably upon Senate bill No. to he entitled an act granting to toojat.Collins the right of keeping arroeuthe Atchafalaya river, which eoms...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 March 1871

.:' ..t:1 No. tn'2, to be (~tittlýiU ]o act fa in'cor,. r:tte the Alexandria, and ilomner and Fulton lRailroad Comnpany, carl taid to grant State aid thereto, being the nai speeial order of the day, was taken up. and Mr. Blackwnan mov-ed to amend the bill A by 1 'ikiug out the name of Felix Lewis, 0Toi and inserting in lien thereof, J. C, i to i Meadows; also,. to s:rike out the name pan of J. C. Laker, and insert in lieu thereof, the A. J. Rustell, which was adopted. ,na TI'. bill was furaher amneaded by pre t.trikiri oat the. wJds: In order to .o'nnect w ii any other raliroad.' Al':o to insert after the word " railroad " anid C'hi het':e the words " as it " t e words '-so asi to cvolnec^t A.th any affltoad fting; I ow coansttructedl nearest it-, sm ho~rn ter- for xninu-." I The liill was adoptr'd as ::nended and con'iidtred engrossed to" a third reading. ing Thie c istitutiun:tl tule w.as further Pa: su&' al ;i by a Sour-fitthi fillrmative 4 L'' vote, the bill rend its third a...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

fTHou IIAN IAN U ti. (Bltt)WN, --DroLs Tl11'URSD.L, MARCH 16. 1871. TIIE P.1.T. Ipr "ILENº DFEANr. ore1 to zimu'c on h.gon sue hours, 1e{rt .iy' with pleasure filled. ii* -4 "1, on times, 'ere my sad heart lr rrr) Qs blight was chilled. I re t. think of whispered Vows, } ,ir ski,' -and woodland lxrbers; ;-, t. r.srened o'er by blithesome birds, rl b.,,th 41 spring flowers. Slj. the light, although it be Thi twilliiht of the past jwr one ray the soul should see, Tli.u gloom be on it cast." 8 o weer' youth'5 vigor thrills my veins g..hound, I can but dream, t pitient wait till God's bright morn i1di , niby vision beam. 0oLI STORT TELLER." THE INLAID HARP. SE- O ArTR OF "THE SECOND LIFE," ETC. [coTrrNUED.) c.is ease is complicated; the books ,!!ew so difficult of treatment as this a i wii; but we will hope for the best." r turned her head from him and hid j u the pillow. When he was gone, she vkrd up with tears on her cheeks for & first time since her trouble came. nert' is no hope...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

THE LOUISIANIAN. Win. G. 11110# N. -EDITOR. TITURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1971. pr The Locuzswas is published every Thurs day and Sunday at 114, Carondelet Street, New e Orleans. o LI5RPI~: $0 S)i Trams oF Seuncatetios: it Otiz 1 eus..........................$5 00 u1 Mo rax s...................... 2 50 TsHREE \M0%THS ................... 1 2 SINGL.E CorP .....................10 F. vrrs Or AEvarrxsixo. Per square of eight lines, or its equivalent in space. fir-t insertion $1 50, and each subsequent insertion 7.; ceutý. Jon Pzuerroi executed with neatness and dispatch. NOTICE. O'Y-.Ll comasnnieations must be addressed "Elitor of the Louisianian," and anonymous letter.i mait he accompaniel by the name of the write±r, not neDcL-rily for publication, but us an evidleneu of gool f ith. We are not r.sponsible for the opinions of oar contributors. Tae failure of the coroner's jury to ar rive at any conclusion as to the mna'ner of the late F. W. Perkins coating to his death, hls caused another and a s...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

I v t, an'_ the tinal reieml -i1 l1 Ands, the Auditor is hereby jdermil by accurate cal(ula rltt of taxation on the total . au, of all movable and im 1 01» rt in this State will be f r th# purpose of paying said *:'rl le nds, and it shall also be 1 11' to notify the several tax collect *r:t# of taxation as ascertained * f r the purpose aforesaid, and ;t; ; crttiied and fixed, is here , upoi fall the movable and im Fpe rty that may be assessed ii ,n it shall be the duty of t ta collectors to collect said I the cOllection of the same shall reed Is the law provides, or may tr provide, for the collection of ] TI3ES S. MATTHEWS. Chairman. 4 * amendments recommended by ] uni,'ittee to House bill No. 131 ] C ptel, and the bill as amended -',rre1 to the committee of whole I inmittee on Banks and Banking Its chairman, submitted the ] report which was read, received t d, and House bill No. 123, by the committee, was ordered . rossed and calendared for a 4 lITr IF ON BA tes AND i3A'KINGO,) \. ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

GOOD $t3 WTNA.1TC_ Le AT OLD PRICEG. AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO., we are an thorised by them to close out a large line of European Watches, Chains. etc., now in stock for Cash, at prices never before known. All beautiful in finish, artistic in design. reliable for accurate time, durable, and of the latest styls. Every Watch will be retailed at less than Fe east of impor ation, and forwarded aecurely pack. ed, prepaid, to any part of the country on receipt of price. Money can be sent to us by Express, with orders for Express Co. to return Goods or Cash, which will secure promptness and safety to purchaser. Among our list will be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE WATCH, genuine English full plate jeweled movements, adjusted regulator, q[ steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correct and serviceable article. large or small size, in comn- To plate running order, wiih an elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and key, all complete, mail o...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

T F; LOISIANIAN. S PPLE ME NT THURSDA Y MARCH 1C, 1871. t u. r SECOND PAOL to tatle bill NLo. 214. an Met fiing the domicile f te ieWu (rleanW, Baton Rouge and Vicks Stgh iad Cowpany, giving to the courts of juri.Sastuuo in certain casesauthor :lt. tri and directors' meetings to be of the citye'f New Orleans, granting ,,b ma ourts juriadiowion over' the proceed fte expropriation of property, etc., pro. the m, dle of proceeding in and removal ion 5'h parish courts, and providing against ,tratniopfn of the operations of the company of appeal or otherwise, referred to Com Dte. on sRilroads, wan, by unanimous con Spcpon its rst reading. Under a ,oseLasioa of tlv oeatitutional rule wa. placed on its second reading, and refer ', Io the Committge on Railroads. sate Lill No. 1M4, On act making approprias non to pay Simeon Belden, Attorney General, s collection of State tame in the parishes of e.n, and Jefferson, was taken up and rafer a to the cowwittee of the.whole, on motion of }r ltruwn,...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 March 1871

the bill and continued it through. Mr. Campbell moved to suspend the rules to put the bill on its second reading. Mr. McMullen moved to take a recess till seven o'clock. The Senate refused the recess by the following vote, yeas and nay. being called. Yeas: Daigle, Futch, Lynch, McMillon, Pisses, Thoinas-6. Nays:Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bow iah, But'er, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Huneaker, nriham, No'and, O'Hara, Regan, Itay, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thompson, Twitchell, Todd, Whitney, Wilcox-25. The question then recurred on the mo tion of Mr. Campbell to suspend the rules to put the bill on its second reading. The Senate adopted the motion by the following vote, the year and nays being called: Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bow man, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, In grhanm, Kel0, .Noland, O'Hara, Pinch beck, Ragan, Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, Thompaon, Todd, Twitchell, 11uitney, Wilcox-28. Nays: Daigle, Futch,Lvn...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 March 1871

THE LOUIIIANIAN. ;UIDAY. MARCH 23, 1871. By F. I MAR VIN. o s sleep nd ramanufacture dreams Fioro out the web of day; To glorify the hours of night. m uore than hildhood.'s play. :n +r. than sonnd philosopL-y Say the very least ;r. I from fragments of the day S.evenrig gorgeous feast; J' !mll an Indian palace high From mud-huts of the day, T. Rhtter through the starry night, And rmelt at morn away. .1, giro me for the woes of earth The solace of a dream; .ve rue, if not life's nobler joys, At least the ones that seem. t v. m, when the'darkness falls, Ihe pure cad holy light, ilver music, of a dream w-,ic sanctifies the night ;; .,11 to b:'ild our casties high, -n though they tumble fast: Wv I -ave more room for other ones, ;hch soon are with the past. vonlI not miss my evening dreams Before the old log fire, For all the maids in Cashamere, For ill the wealth of Tyrs. he only hours I really live kr ' tl:,se I spend in sleep; .en etrev est fancies, weird and wild, To 1 ihle being leap...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 March 1871

THE LOUISIANIAN. Win. G. BROWN,-ED oL TJIUIiSIAY, MARCH '2., 1871. The LoLweralan is published every Thurs day and Sunday at 114, Carondelet Street, New Tasigs or Svjciurrxox: '$ Ox E'R .$500 811 Morss .. . 2 50 TusaE Moir sa .1.. . 1 25 baxoz.n Cor . .... .... .. 10 lt.naa Or ADVErTAISNG. Per square of eight lines, or its equivalent in space, first iniertiou $1 50, and each subsequent insertion 7: cent.. Jon Pnnrxvo executed with aetness and dispatch. NOTICE. 17A'11 commnunieation mnat be addreesed *"Editor of the Louisianian," and anonymous letters must be accompanied by the name of the writer, not neeuiearily for publication, but as an evidjie. of good faith. We are not r . ponsible for the opinions of our contributox.-. VIOLENCE. ANOTHra BRUTAL. ASSATLT.-SiYAsto Bt'r LER M31LTREATrc. On Sunday evening, while sitting quiet ly in the forward cabin of the steamboat Bannock City, on her way from the Low er Coast to New Orleans, Hon. Edward &utler, State Senator from the parish o...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 March 1871

.I OLD PRICES. tL. 11E AGENTS in the United wttet 1vi( U'OL WATCH CO., we are an . att to cloe out a large line of S' ie. Chains. etc., now in .stock t s rices never before known. All , artistic in design. reliable udarah, and of the latest w will be retailed at lest than . ;a. ufn and forwarded securely pock-. t, any part of the country on receipt r,31 can be sent to as by Express, . ut Express Co. to return Goodh or all :cure promptness and safety inioui our list will be found. t T I ENGLISH SILVER, 80LID I iNLF . A WATCH, genuine English till r.'Ied smo' ,ements, adjusted regulator, ..ands, engine tarn nerl, correst and - arn le. I. ,*ft or small size, in com c r wiih a4 elegant Gent's Lx . et and key, all complete, mail f:r II DOLLARS. i 11ADSUME WATCH in an* 18 ,s, .1 *...l Double Casses-imitation of ", v ngrrved or plain, genuine plate j weled movements, adjusted 0 re't, and in complete running tel ent Gent's Vest Chain, with ; aIt Key, mailed pre-paid for only The Oride Gold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 March 1871

Tae decision of the Chair was sustain- nary I cls.hill dMr. Davidson, of Livingston, was give called to the chair.] rehli The question recurring on the call for shell the previous question on the motion Re to place the bill on its third reading by title, and final passage, the yeas and nays Ch were demanded thureon by Messrs. Carr, of DeSoto, and Demnas, of St John the To tin Biptist, with the following result: 11 Yeas: Abell. Antoine, Baker, Barker, Barrett, Gi Bearrow. Bickham, Bowen, Brewster, Broussard, Enrc Bryan. Buckingham. Butler, Chachere, Cochran, Dorms. Divil ou. Dewes, Durio, Ellis, Faulk- enrol ner. 'lo:yi. Fonteliu.n, Gaddis, Gardner, Garst- Li kamp, W. Ikirper. Henrp ade, Hyams, Johnson, K-nuor. Killen, Kinsell.i, LaShliniere, Laurent, lprat Llamirtu s, Lc,:a M1ahoney. Matthews, McFar- dolls land, Mleailws, Moneure, Morris, Murray, Nel son. una, Oplatek. Otto, Overton, Pond, aehe- necei riaehcr, ar. Stamps. Stanton, Stevens, Stin- d ton. Tatman. Thomipson, Ullman, Wan...

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