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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 April 1871

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Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 April 1871

to veterans) approved October 18, 1866, ad March 16, 1870. Ssmae bill No. 25, to ineorporate the lame Share Beding Amsoiation. CHARLE8 U. MERRITT, Seeretary of the Senate. Mr. Davidson, of iringston, moved that Senate bills be taken up and conid ered in their regular order as they appear on the calendar. Carried. Senate bill No. 211, an act entitled an act to authorize the Governor of the State of Louisiana to grant leave of ab sence to State and parish oficers, was read. Under a suspension of the constitu tional rule the bill was read a second time. The constitutional rule being further suspended, it underwent its third reading and final passage, its title adopted, and notice of concurrence was ordered to be seant to the Senate. Mr. Davidson, of Livingston, moved a reconsideration of the vote on the final passage of Senate bill No. 211, and also moved to lay the motion to reconsider apoa the table. Carried. Senate bill No. 281, an net making an appropriation to close Kimball's bayo...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 April 1871

T LOUII iAN IAN. W. . Bi3WN,--Eooro. SUNDAY APRIL 1C, 1871. Tbe IA4rIu5W is published every Thurs Sunday at 114, Carondelet Street, New STsaUs or 8amcaCrniox: -W. ST ................... ...$5 00 Su Mo.r.S ....... 250 Tans Moxras ..................1 25 uow.s Cot . ......... ........ 5. iATUS Or AmsrXnasno. -eqsare of eight lines, or its equivalent in grt insertion $1 50, and each subsequent o 75 cents. a psewm executed with neataess and NOTICK fAll emuaeaetiors must be addressed ,a of the Louisianian," and anonymous Mas st be aseemmanied by the name of the s, oet neeseaSly for publication, but M an at of ged faith. We ar sot sspoasible for the opinions of ear tibStoea $7678 WW Weers. t MADE EASY, BT LADY AGENTS. We want Smart and Energetic Agents to intro ,.et our popular and justly celebrated inven m is every Velage, Town and Ciy in the World. ilrbpte b to Every House hold; Thearee highly approvedof, endorsed and adoptd by Ladles. 'hysicians and Divins, and e ow a GREAT FAVORITE ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 April 1871

THE LOUISIANIAi. Wm. . BROWN,-EDWrOL --------- --- = be ___ -- --- --be SUNDAY APRIL 16, 1871. wi to -WTo-day the usual se;vices at Straight University. W Our ncknowledgnimente are cheer fully renewel to Mr Win. B. Mason for °' late favors. U@' Remember Mrs. Harper's lecture f to-n7orrow evening at Straight Univer- 31 sity. -n4 Lr.cFre.-Conforimally with the re- « quest of many friends, Mrs. Harper will deliver a lecture at Straight University, !u on Monday evening April 17. Subject : to "The Great Natioaal Opportunity." We t have no hesitation in inviting the public oi to hear this lady, satisfied as we are, that C( they will have a rich literary treat. t 11 SUlbsit the strict scresy with which a it was cont.'nd l the negotiations are carried on at Washington for the adjust- ii ment of bases, for the settlement of the si Fisheries question, and the Alabama i' claiis, by the Joint High Commission in t( session there, tlh~" New Y)rk press, claim ti to have discovere I that the work i...

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 April 1871

T 000 P RICES.. T TE so LE AGENTS in the United States g'VEItFOOI, WATH'II CO., wo are an r by them to close out a large line of .1eu W1tche,. Chais. etc.. now in stock 5 p -" -t priet. never before known. All rtful i: finish, artistic in design. reliable fsceunui tirne, durable, and of the latest E ery \\ ath will be retailed at less than ipOr ation. and foRwarded securely pack reo1 ,t. tI' y part of the country on receipt  I ,)ny can be sent to us by Express, cer ., tr F.vpress Co. to return Goods or r: e.h' :!l secontr promptness and safety ,,.r. Amoni our list will be found. E'TIiTb-L E NGI.ISH SILVER. SOLID a- I .,o .-;,~t WATCH, genuine English full ,eta,,? .d movements, adjusted regulator, 0lrt ,hnds, engine turn nerl, correct and reteble rtn.le. large or small size, in com i rinaing order, wiih an elegant Gent's a.n· Lo.cket and key. all complete, mail S!Lr FIVE DOLLARS. ggr.Y IIANDSOME WATCH in fine 18 ,,ro;l p's ted Double Casses-imitation of ) j,,ll Watch---etngraved ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 April 1871

Hoes bill Na 108, aU act for the re- Bay lie of W. W. DeCoin, lte additional etL clerk in th Third Vard egistration of .'o, third eletion pseinet in the parish of Orleaws ity of New Orleans. To t Hor. bu N.a 109, joint resolution in .qtr; Aadita to ie warrats for eariestes Nos. 184 and 185, given aSen by S. Waroowski,president of the board A of otro of the Louisiana State Peni tentiary.e House bill No. 177, an act to amend sctiom one of "an act relative to the ill upree Corts, d sand to regulate the terms No. i hereof the proceedings therein, appeals A :hereto ad processes against the securi- a n ties on appeal bonds," approved March 16, 1870. Wa Horne bill No. $t, an act to provide in ( for the removal of obstructions in the j Tangipshoa river, and to the improve- ent eant of the navigation of the same, and fit making an appropriation therefor. sta Hose bill Na 276, an act to amend see- ) tioneaofan act torepealandre-enactthe roe second paragraph of the seventh section J of am ac...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 20 April 1871

104s i:Jpub:lahed.l ery 'I'l eri 1sa Sunday at 114, Carondelg Street, New orlean arm. a. BROWN,-EDrrom. A y. C. g ARSENA, Seaicitor, and Fashion sod Lterary Contributor. ,rp TrawaS or S8cRmIwrN : s y ..s .. .......................$5 00 brs Movers........... . 2 50 Tsar' MoToras.. . 1 25 Sno>2 CoPs . . "76 38rory WVVc1LS MADE EASY, BY LADY AGENTS. Re want Smart and Energetic Agents to intro jute our popular and justly celebrated inven yo,, in every Village, Tows and City in the 11uspensable to Every House hold; They are highly approved of; endorsed and ,1ted by Ladies. Physicians and Divines, and a now a GREAT FAVORITE with them. Every Family will Purchase One a more of them. Something that their merits in apparent at a GLANCE. p)RGGISTS. MILLINERS, DRESSMA KERS, es ail who keep FANCY STORES, will find our .ealnat articles SELL VERY RAPIDLY, gives pedte satisfaction and netting SMALL FORTUNES to all Dealers and Agents. COUNTY RIGHTS FREE to all who desire engaging in an honorable ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 20 April 1871

TIE LOUI8IAUIAUS. . PUBLI8DED THURSDAYS & SUNDAY& c Orison 114 CAgONDEL sr Samrr; NEw ORt.EAs LA. "N. S .3WW, Whe sad Pablisher, A. K. C. MASSENA, Solicitor, and Fashion and List sry Contributor. _ _ _t NOTICE. }!'All communications must be addrermed "Kditor di the Louisiania," sad anonymous Iseas must be aecompanied by the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of good bith. e We are not responsible for the opinions of a o0r contributors. THUBSDAY APRIL 20, 1871. t SThe City Council on Tuesday even ing passed an ordinance to provide for the more efficient drainage of the City of 1 New Orleans and environs, and their pro tection from inundation. This measure has been passed in accordance with the £ requirements of an act of the Legislature atits last session. The importance of ! draining the eif and the swamp lands adjacent is universally acknowledged sad the prompt action of the Cijygrouncil, will receive the tho:oitiu1 hearty ap proval of t...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 20 April 1871

WATCHES AT OLD PRICES. TH SOLE AGENTS in the United States LltlWOOL WATCH CO., we are an I by tlen to close out a large line of u1te lhe Chains. etc., now in stock b 5:prices never before known. All L1 in finsI, artistic in design. reliable r me time, durable, and of the latest barer Watch will be retailed at less than rtion, and forwarded securely pack reid to any part of the country on receipt j, ,eiy e.%n be sent to us by Express, kr" for Express Co. to return Goods or thi.h will secure promptness and safety h jaur. Amng our list will be found. gEUIF L ENGLISH SILVER, SOLID SILE ("m1;I WATCH, genuine English full Sa no 1 wvements, adjusted regulator, cut haute, engine turn nerl, correct and ble article. large or small size, in com anning order, wiih an elegant Gent's n. Loket and key, all complete, mail :,r FIVE DOLLARS. tviRl HANDSOME WATCH in fine 18 I plated Double Casses-imitation of ld I satch -engraved or plain, genuine fail plate jeweled movements, adjusted correct, and in...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 20 April 1871

,an ast they receive tlipr per diem and anilsags out of the contingent fund of the Hoes at fli aentatives. S8a8t0 joist rsolution No. 18, a joint rqolution to raise a joint pommittee to eolleat from the United States the value of e0660 aid other property turned over tothe United States at the time of the uurreder, was taken up and read. Under a suspension of the oopatitu tional rule the bill was read a second time. Nader a furtlior suspension of the ponstitutiaoal rule, the joint resplution passed its third reading, was finally adopted, i*t tine adopted and notice of ,eopcurrence ordered to be sent to the Senate. The Clerk of the House was directed to transmit the following mersage to the finnate: Horsy or REPRSESITATIVERS, Office of Chief Clerk, New Orleans, March 2, 1871. .To Ah* Romorsae President and Members of the $ense: GNrTEMIEx-The Speaker of t1he House has signed the following enrolled Senate bills, viz: An act relative to the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Judicial Districts. An ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 April 1871

r Tbhe LocauwIs - Iiatiihed every Thur. ."y cnd Snud,&y at 114, Carondelet Street, New Win. 0. BROWN,-Eaito I . C. MASSENA. Solicitor, sad Fashion and Literary Contributor. r Tacus or S"ascezrrox: -4 asz Ysaa ... .... .......... .....5 00 sx Motrrrs ...................... 2 50 Tasre boixr ...................1 25 SINO L5 Co ...................... 5. MADE EASY. LADY AGENTS. We want Smart and Energetic Agents to intro nce our popular and justly celebrated inven *na in every FVilage Tow anco Ciy in the 'orld idjspeaablle to Every House hold; Tey are highly approved of endorsed and ,ted by Ladies. Phys5eians and Divines, and * now a GREAT FAVORITE with them. Every Family will Purchase One Smore of them. Something that their merits Sapparent at a GLANCE. DRUGGIST.T MILLINEB8, DRESSMA KERS. d all who keep FANCY STORES, will And our ecellest articles SELL VERY RAPIDLY, gives pefeet satisfaction and netting SMALL FORTUNES to all Dealers and Agents. COUNTY RIGHTS FREE b all who desire...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 April 1871

THE tOUISIANIAN, 0 PUBLIHED TJIIRSDAJYS & SUtNDAPS. i OrricE 114 CAr.omDE~ar IS~ ; NEW ORr.>Is LA. Wa. C. TROWN, Eitor and Paliahr, A. M. C. MAJ~RENA, bolicitor, and Plhion and A Literary Contributor. W .$All communicatioins must be ai~lresseid "Elitor of 'td Lei*inn,an s mi anymou 01 letters muit Ia accomp anid by the name of the E writer, not necessarWly fr ptblication, but as as c evidence of goo~ .faith. ! We are not responsible for the opinions olf our coitibikrs. SUNDAY APRIL 23, 1871. p W'Renem ber the services at Straight i TLuiversity to-day. Dr. Thompson the ' Caap!ain will occpy the pulpit; and his iu utteranes d.qerve the hoeel of all well dis posed persons. iWThe office of the "Board of Public g Works" has presented quite a business appearance during the prast two days. n Hosts of l:borers "'without regard to race, color or previous condition" have been thronging its doors to obtain or dcrs for payment of money, for labor P performed in stopping crevasses, along ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 April 1871

GOOD o WATCHES \ L' utL.D I'itlCES. STHE sLE AGENTS in the Uaited States LI', IJ'c)L WATCH CO.. we are an t" ,u t1 close iout a large line of : \."h, Cltiain. etc., now in stock t 1 rr'es un r before kaowp. All .i - tih, artistic in design. reliable S!: in. ,urbule, and of the latest . i'tch will b,, retailed at less than f pr' ;on, and forwarded securely pack. r . aty part of the countryon receipt . :,: c. i be sent to us by Express., , r ExLpriss Co. to return Goods or i ,. ll secure promptness and safety ..: our list mill bo found. SlI''L ENGLISI SILVER, SOLID -.t;': 11'W fTClH, g,enuiue English full ý .l^u.v nt.s, adljus..tel regulator, : eng,. ,gine tulr uerl, correct and r:i large or small size, in com rIn or lcr, wiih an elegant Gent's . L ket and key, all complete, mail : FIVE DOLLAIRS. "-i:1y II.ND.40)ME WATCH in fine 18 I1 l it,. 1 Dauble Ca.ses -imitation of f I \V(.":h -en'.ravel or plain, genuine . ll plate jeweled movements, adjusted correct, and in complete runnin...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 23 April 1871

And to ask the concurrence of the Senate in the following: Bomemlill No. 28, anet to incorpor ate the berd of trustees of the Metho diet Episcopal Chureh South, at Baton WILLIAM VIGERS, Chia t rk House of Representatives. The eadeaton of Senate bill No. 94 was them reumed. Mr. Harris moved that the printing bill, No. 94, be indefinitely postponed. On al of the yta; d nuys the Sen ate refued to postpone the bill by the following vote : Tess :O~ n Harris,I O'Har, T xsrs- 8.a d. , Tno...r, Twitchel, itey, Wileoxn- ayE: Antoine, Black..., Butler, Couplead Uuap 'Herwoic Jenks, Keo,, Lewis, )cMil e, Nnd, Pieres, Pinchbeck, Todd-14. On the call of the roll, objections were na. by Senator Harris as to the right of r. Lynch to vote, for the reason that he was not within the bar when the question was put. Mr. MeMillen raised the point of or der that no member could be deprived of his vote, if he was present when his name w called, by any rules that can be made by the Senate. The right to vo...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 27 April 1871

jL,-CI Lt41yAIN i.s laLlih:t' c s-ry .ahu:r ,y dl Stunday -at 114. Carondelet Street. New Wn. G. BROWN,-EDrroL L C. ASSENA, Solicitor, and Fashion d Literary Contributor. I LaMB or Scs&aL'rrwrow: - Oj iA3 . .... .. . ..$o5 t 1T IMo .r s . ... .......... 2 5. O TaMuI MaoNrs.... . .1 25 L'OLP. CoY .................. .. 5. $71 3verory WTee.. MADE EASY, BY LADY AGENTS. w, want Smart and Energetic Agents to intro Jace ocr popular and justly celebrated inven o, ien every Village, Town and Cety in the FRit ldjspensable to Every House hold ; \ey are highly approved of, endorsed and ytd by Ladies. Physicians and Divines, and s aow a GREAT FAVORITE with them. Every Family will Purchase One Smore of them. Something that their merits aapparent at a GLANCE. DRUGGISTS. MILLINERS, DRESSMA KERS. ad all who keep FANCY STORES, will find our neelle, t articles SELL VERY RAPIDLY, gives perfect satisfaction and netting SMALL FORTUNES to all Dealers and Agents. ('OUNTY RIGHTS FREE to all who desire e...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 27 April 1871

PUBLISHED TH1URIAYS t SU.1~YaR Orscz 114 CAROnDurr ssrenr; Nzw OaCsmas La. W. . I W, diter and fhbliser, A . . C. MA NA. Solicitor, and Fashion and - O sm oatribar. .lAll agmanicaknu must be addsed "dbmter of the Louisanian," and anonymous .te must be accompaniod by the name of the writer, not paceasdly for publietion, but as a evidence of good faith. We are not responsible for the opinions of ear esnteibtaeos. THURSDAY APRIL 27, 1871. paU CHOICE FOR PRESIDES.T IN 1872. ULYSSES S. GRANT. J"Sennator Butler and Representa tive Mahoney, of Plaquemines Parish, paid us a visit yesterday; and so did Mr. Tucker, of the New Orleans Standard. sWDispatches rumor that the Grand Duke Alexis, third son of the Czar of all the Russia, is about to visit the United States. Let him come. This scion of Imperialism will doubtless see much that is calculated to shock the weak nerves of such ari.tocrasy and exclusivism as prevail around the Court at St. Peters burg. I The City Administrators are en l...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 27 April 1871

" T - GOOD "i WATCHES AT OLD IPICES. - THE SOLE AGENTS in the United States .,u-RPOOL WATCH CO., we are an f b them to close oAt H large line of wntche.s, Chains. etc., now in stock S. .at prices never before known. All fl inish, artistic in design. reliable trate time, durable, and of the latest Every Watch will be retailed at less than nporation.and forwarded secursely pack prepaid to any part of the country on receipt Money can be sent to us by Express, Sorders for Express Co. toreturn Goods or which will secure promptness and safety .:r-er. Among oar list will be found. S,TIFUL ENGLISH SILVER, SOLID ugf CASE WATCH, genuine English full rw, leled movements, adjusted regulator, e cut bands, engine turn nerl, correct and c,,able article. large or small size, in com in rving order, wiik an elegant Gent's SChin, Locket and key, all complete, mail dre for FIVE DOLLARS. tERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine 18 0&old plated Double Caues--imitation of t Gold Watch-engraved or plain, genuin...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 27 April 1871

tutional rule to put the bill on its second reading, with a view to print and ix. On a call of the yeas and nays the Sen ate refused to suspend the rule by the ollowing vote; Yeas: Barber, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, OllUp, arris, Hervwg, Hunsaker, Ingr & ham, aEbo, INoland, Pierce, R.iy, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox--2. : Anderson, Antoine, Blackman, S Futch, Lynch, MfcMillei, Pinch Lck, Regan, 'ThomlnaS--10. [Mr. Coupland in the chair.] The time having arrivedl to which the special order of the day was postponed, the bill was called for which was fixed for two o'clock. The question then arose, what bill should come up. Mr. Pinchback raised the point of or der, that no other hill could be taken up, wi!hQut further postponing the special order of the day, except the printing bill. Mr. Smith was debating the point of order, when .Mr. Campbell raised the point of order that a point of order was not debatable. The point of order was sustained. The question...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 4 May 1871

• : ý. L :at 114. ('arondrlat Sreet, New __ =-- .-. Winm . BROWN, - Errmo. 1 t C. iAS.qSENA, Solicitor, and Fashion, SLktrary Contributor. ,se- 'Tacis or SmnrcaP?1o4: -t 0 r Yr1 n ............. $5 L Morns ........ . 2 .'. Taun ..- i ovT. . ................M..1 25 Slln(;L C(.'OPT .............. ....5. PROSPECTUS OF TflE LOUISIANIAN. In the endeavor to establish another lepublican journal in New Orleans, the proprietors of the Lorrsaxusx, propose to w fill a necessity which has been long, and sometimes painfully-felt to exist. In the %asition state of our people, in their strug .ag efforts to attain, that position in the ilyv Politic, which we conceive to be their die, it is regarded that much information, idance, encouragement, counsel and reproof have been lost, in consequence of th. lack of a medium, through which these defciencies might be supplied. We shall arine to make the Louvsuaux a desideratum in these respects. POLICY. As our motto indicates, the Lotusuxux shall be "Repu...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 4 May 1871

THE LOUII8 ANIAN. . PUBLISHED THURSDAYS & S UDAY&S OrrFce 114 CAROnDELET ernrwr; NEw OLEm.xs LA. Wn. . UIOW., Editor tad hPbliser, A. M. C. MA88ENA, Solicitor, and Fashion and Literary Contributor. OUR AGENTS. MIMISSIPPI :-Daniel E. Young, Greenville. LOUISIANA :-John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Plarirh; Hon. G. Y. Kelso, Alexandria; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA :-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 I letters must be accompanied by the name of the ] writer, not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. We are not responsible for the opinions of our contributors. THURSDAY MAY 4, 1871. OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1872. ULYSSES S. GRANT. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Patrons of TaH LorI'rsAIAS, when re newing their subscriptions,should be care ful to ahlwary state ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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