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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 26 January 1871

1lELOUISIANIAL" K~a. otretAsus is published e ery Tourý1d & and Sunday at 114, Cgon Wu. G. Buow., Editor. rTenuF: One, year... ...4100 oSingle copy .... 5 C P.Tk} OF ADWCTEfTUG. pr equ~ate of eight line., or its ei y i spic, first insertion $1 M ad b .b.efut iDnSrtion 75 cents. . g'JOD PrireTfl0 executed with pet. .. sA diipatch. NOTICE. l teesaimetions must be addrnl. ~i of the Louisiaian," and ano-yan ym, ats b aeopaaeiI by them.an 4w n tot neesnarily for publication, but an widen..dV,.i faith. We 11 5ot responsible for the opiniousf as 0easibutorn. OF The Loutsiafftata. Is the endeavr' to establish another eegal bau, 1ornst in New Orleans, the proprietoe Ys Idrtsu t.propose to fill a neeeedty wge be been lone, and sometimes painfally--fel t aimt lu tie transition state of our pee pke, in tLh:r struggling efforts to attain the peetno in th. Lady Politic, which we enve tue . their due, it is regarded that mac ufonsacicn. giidance, encouragement, couien and reproof have bIeeu lo...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 26 January 1871

'4 I1R LOUISIAAIN." THURSDAY1 JANUARY' 26, 1871.1' "'l iaJ 1f 1E yis pribh~thed eerny Tliws y and :un~nby at 1I4, Carin- t elelet stleet. d Wx tO. Bno6 ir Editor. pTerror " Onge, i " ...c.u do rSizagve copy.........c1 Per square of ghtlMines,of Itobqui' 11 'ralent in *pmed, &Alinsat iadn $1 50; amY eza* uahso juent insertton 75 .cmAts.' /3on-O pnui~iiG executed with neat- ' uncss an~d dlspatcli.n Ii NoT~q . p AL mnumruuiacaoem miut be addiaWS ""Ulilor of 'the. Lowradanin," MWi saoonouaws letters must be }eepoqipeed by th~e asme of t14e writer, n~ot neeeam ily for pu1~ication, but ale an we, aw tit" wee~oinbh 'fir the opinjom of t our eonibuters g THE TNEW ORLEANS TIMES. This newspap r trats its reedora, t~ mas*t daily, to "some description of vulgar, t low-flung, savage abuse of the colored h peoplo of theCity, State,County and Jni ve'tne. For the puit, the prewat and, the vj future, unresorv~y, aeusels ly, and Ij continually, revolting alike to common aeum,. and doocacy,~ aiaff...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 26 January 1871

1 t.J cadkny it W1est Point, 1fr ee . I per'e.utcd, as is alleged, rut ,4 hi' Lcolor : and abh - b nqatr + latn. ifiaty, is n ecesary to r.dnts .. ri tot fre practiced upon him at w; s1 alleged, ou saaouat of hk "i ionnuitte are authorized to N m and papers, and report to the ,ten p liIitch to the Sunday News tilt.TVi- ,ruton, the British Minister, r ; t!1} r tlte Secretary Fish to tier Collector Murphy is author r w.c.,1 in the neaae ofthe G" '. ( ;,,rnment to the Fenians lately cite, who, though they had ex t. Qn en's clemency, could not be re no r ,: as foes to the British Govern uTted reception of the exiles on due~sday, and the circumstances , ir, have revived in this city rn rLble speedy retirement of (;ol J n. 23.-News Summary. U L "": s to the 10th have been rc aintiliient of the commission by 1 T is .nemrally received favorably L} t ,dally. G standstill, all improvements mttiu_ :-" 41n,'u of the American Congress. 1,,, :; , English and American tr (v. ling about the islund ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 26 January 1871

SPECIAL NOTICES, At   fisuion ot ir softh 3Mpt Iopolitsa Loan, USving*3fdgS Bank, held oN the twelfth instant, the tolfowing geatleamen were elected to mere M -,s*rthe puing year: F. E DUMAS. J. HA SINGER. L T. DELASS$T2E. C. W. LOWELL W. H. PEMBEKTOW. C. CAMP. TUOMAMISABELLZ, EOM H. ERAUGEN A. P. DUMAM del? JOHN. DAWSOH. Oeiw NBRW'ADVERTISEMENT8. REOPErNINrG. SEWING MACHINES-ALL EDD. The public have lang desitred the estab~nh melt of a Mart, where all Mind s of mewaing Mahines and hewing Mchinae Fidingp cosad see sa compare the workings of Pne machine with another, and ,elect from the di trent makes the machine best suited to the sae to which they desired to apply it. To each a Mart we invite you at 159 Canal stret.Agentb wanted. noSi 2ptf 3L 8. HEDRICK, General Agent. UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE, 22.............. y tret....... ......a3 The rooms of this Caib are open each day to members and and their gueda tresa'7 A. A to 12 V. hi. Lupch will be eeved daily from 19 M. tog P. M, uo29 l...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 29 January 1871

'` T, I,,rI ..'IAS is published every . l.. , Sunday at 114, Caron W . G. Buows, Editor. , Te'lrms. One, year.........$5 00 ',_ i.ugle copy ............... 5 c RATES OF ADVUt O I',r iqnare of eight lines, or its equi- I S.:: ace, first insertion $1 50, and f 1,: .,ll, iuent insertion 75 cents. a ., P::I.NTTSO executed with neat- 3 . 1 Jpal,tch . NOTICE. f ,,omumniations must be addrened, ,.E .,.r .f the Louiianisan," nd aonymous .. ,t b accompanied by the name of the z t.. ,' e,,-."rLrily for publication, but as an I ..)f , , faith. , r, not responsible for the opinions of c. ,'nbutur. ALL DAY LONG. ALL tLy long the winds have whispered, A :they pasiSed my open door, (~, ch voice, to whose sweet music I ,ill listen nevermore: Awl they tell of white hands folded, 1 .r each still and peaceful breast, Andl f blue eyes closed from sorrow. In the stairlevs calm of rest. A.! ,l.y lowu the rin bas pattered lu a dreamy monotone, on the roof, and whispered to me Of a brightness that has f...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 29 January 1871

tu: ivea :Language seemns inadequate to ex press the thanks and gratitude I feel for the liatin gished houqr of pkglocted t, eside over this remaAiabW roy. y ' 'I"'is mark of Jistinction, I att iJUte more spe to your pees.,naL esteem and good will th-an to any merits I may possess as a ' psitiding of1er. .n. .s - . we Gentlemen, much important business .luild and will be transacted at this ses si(,,n of the Legislature; many matters BDr "..lcu:lated to creato eicitemeut, arouse Ch passion, :und c:Ld to angry debate, i) i.yv lb( ieyted to hte brought before Fa Let me oi~e trwn you, the neeessity of lending the Chair all neeesary' assist-, ;,nce for the maintenance of order and a strict adherence to the rules, and to evinee C to-wards each other, tit kind and broth- I erly feeling so conducive to harmoniouso .:nd successful action in bringing about Hi results fir the public benefit, Let us all f:'el that we lhcv'J an important tzisaion to Ul ifltil, andl that upon oar actions here w...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 29 January 1871

"!!11; ISII() , IS NAI SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 1871. I I ,,Lt . seLtN iS published everyi1 a..I Sunday at 114, Caron VM.U (M. Jln'ow, Edior. T: One, year......... $5 00 , . -. "i '? · · ··... ....... . 5 c . ' DVEIIITIBINO. ,.f eight lines, or its equi S. .,:t, ,o. first insertion $1 50, and t.,i::, insertion 75 cents. 1 :; :, ruie executed with neat . i ,,LI L NOTICE. S,...:ati, fnsl must be addreased. I.,ui.,ianian," and anonymous - E, . .:npunied by the name of thel y..... ,rtlv for iPubhlition, but as tan i,,, f:uth. :..t r, pnsible for the opinions of PI'l:LI(' PRINTLNG. 11 ",ni::l.nce to-day the publication . , :.,..II ,nrtd of the House of Ropre \:.: t,. td to us on Thursday last I :..: iv. We have to tender our ! acknowlodgments to those . W.. h, selected "nrtE LOls - o,.. of the journals which in t1..:: iF deserves this official re r ' : 1 ;nil .uplpw)rt. It is of vast il, . t ani, grappling with the sisv i.:Liulti."s which environ the carly i S... : ,at of a newspaper, to recei...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 29 January 1871

SPECIAL NOTICES, At an Ntction o Directors uo theW t- p ropoiitan Loas, Savings and Pledge Bank, held on the twelfth instant, the following gentlemen were ( lected to serve as Directors for the ensuing year: F. E. DUMAS. J. HASSINGER. L. T. DELASSIZE. C. W. LOWELIL - W. i. PEMBEETON. (. CAMP. THOMAS ISABELLE. GEO. H. BIAUGHN, , AMrUMaee ...... T(4 de 17 JOHN. DAWSON. Oshier NEWAD VER TISEMENTS. REOPENING. SEWING MACHINES--AlL KINDL The public have lang desired the establish- A ment of a Mart, where all kinds of Sewinag LMa.hines and Sewing Machine Findinge could :.~e and compare the workings of one machine vith another, and select from the different makes the machine best suited to the use to which they desired to apply it. To such a Mart we invite yo at MJ Cna streAgemwauted. no22 2ptT M. 8 HEDRICK, General Agent . S - - ta UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE, 32..............Royal street..........32 The rooms of this Clb are open each day to memlbe and and their guest from 7 A. . to 12 P. M....

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 2 February 1871

"I111 LOLISIANIAN." .R ' IfL LJLtNIUm. L published every :,,l ad Sunday at 114, Caron ý; - ,, 't.,ct. W ti. tG. uowx, Editor. 1rTerms: One, year......... $5 00 y- gle cpy. .............. 5 c W "rTi OF ADVERTIMING. Pir puntre of eight lines, or its equi s, t in ypase, farst insertion $1 50, and c,& ,ubl'nt insertion 75 cents. ., rRrrto executed with neat na ai ulptcllh. NOTICE. ei MMn ationu must be addressed, ,. l:.,r ,L. ouisiuuiun," and anonymous -r, :·..,"~:: , ecomnpanied by the name of the . ::. rily for publication, but as an , . ' i ath. ,  r,-epowsible for the opinions of 1,E KIND TO YOUR MOTHER. I FIRANCES I. MrTs. S:. I to your mother! Oh, be not ungrateful c .: , dims her eye, or disease racks her N fault in mankind shows more glaring and ,.ul. TLati that which would lead us her foibles to S", brne with our follies in life'searly stage, A:i h,,uld we not, then, bear with her's m her I .1TII to your mother! Has she not stood WLrn loathsome disease caused all oth...

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

"THIIE LOUISIANIAN." THURSDAY FEBUARY 2. 187 wr*Tas Lowuss s is published every Th'itraty 9nd Sunday at 114, Cqron klett street Wx. G. Buowx, .itor. Si* Terms: One, year......... $500 zrSingle copy............... 8e LRATE OF ADVECLISING. Per square of eightlines, or iseql valent in splee, tirst insertion $1 50, and each subsequent insertion 75 cents "-Jos minIso execated with neat nots and dispateh. NOTICE. All communieatioms aust be ad&kemed *'Editor of the Inmiianian," and anouymous .letr must be accompanied by the namne of the wvriter, not necemarly for publication, but as an evidence of good fbith. We are not responsible for the opinions of our contributors. OUR COURSE VINDICATED. -rr!BVTIVE JUSTICE. The action of the House on Tuesday, we regard as a triumphanl t vindication of the course taken by the LocLmux.aLu,when it opposed the election of Mr. Carr to the iseakership. We do not write now for the purpose of arousing animosities, but with the sole view of calling the at...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 2 February 1871

. ,,,,,, .J Irft,,iL f1ir. Page. ::, t"het ikS, accollllts and vouchers Sst, t.t Tasl'unrer: J. H. Bowen, of ..II.; L. J. %Sner, of Avoyellen; A. of Orlc.'; H. J. Hyams Of West ;t,, ltouge; Victor E. Mc yarthy, of )Ir I) 4is, of Orleans, under supension r:i:t. , introduced the following re . whih was read and unanimous ., That the Hall of the House of i tatives be and is hereby granted to ., ?,." of 1M14 and 1815 on Sunday, t1.,. hth instant, for the purpose of ,r ,;:ug the fifty-seventh annivesary bu "I' attlh of tew OrleTns. 1: thl , of Bossier, as chairman of 4.1 ,,iltittte' ,,n Elections and Qualifi r.: Iu,, w1L, r a suspension of the rules, :.:,ln 1 the following resolution, which Eas read: :...,,-1, That in all cases of contest !,,r tth 1at of a member of the House of j pr-,,tWIivts, duly returned by the la ,rl ,f :eturning Officers, and sworn i a..IIrr:g to law, the contesting party ii r,,*:"' 1u mileage or per diem un b1, " L.":Llish his claim to the contested ,s:,.~.w:rn...

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

SPECIAL NOT ICES, Atan Election of Directorsof the Net ropotaLoan, Sings sad Pledge Bak, heldon thet*elth hatast, theifollowing gentlemi n were elected e serve as Directors for the ensuing year: 1. IL DUMAS. J. HASINGER. L T. DELANIZE. C. W. UOWELL W. L PEMBERTON. (L CAMP. THOMAS ISABELLL OEOa .L BRAUGHN, A. P. DUMAS. de 17 JOHN. DAWSON. Cahier NEW ADVRBTISEMENTS. REOPENING. sBZ'INO MACHIEB-ALL DISD. The publie have lang desired the establish ment of a Mart, where all kinds of Sewing Machines and Sewing Machine Findings could see and compare the workings of one meline with another, and select from the different makes the machine best suited to the use to which they diredl to apply it. To such Mart we invite you at 159 Canal street. Agents wanted. noa 2ptf M. S. HEDIUCK, General Agent UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUME, .,............... Royal street............. 3 The rooms of this Calb are open each day to members andnd and their guests from 7 A. M. to 12 P..I Lneh will beeve ddaily lom 19 ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 February 1871

'TILE LOISIAIAN." ,- hLoUssaeJ is published every Surt;Y tand Sunday at 114, Caron Wa. G. Buowy, Editor Tcrms: One, year......... $5 00 W uingle copy............... 5 c RuAMR OF ADVERTISING. Per square of eight lines, or its equi nient in hpace, first insertion $1 50, and eb., subsequent insertion 75 cents. je I, ITRINTISo executed with neat r~ss atid dispatch. NOTICE. Al cemmuiinications must be addressed, .*,etnr of the Louislanian," and anonymous kthr, mast be accompanied by the same of the w'tr, not necessarily for pabiletioe, bat as an of good hith. re not responsible for the opinions of on, chiltort A REVERIE. BY A. ALPRONWO DAYTON. The rich and purpleatmosphere of sunset, With soft, white clouds fall flushing in as tvic, A rosy halo crowned the snowy summits of wountains in the distance glorified; Alown the glades half-hidden streamlets lPe.hing in mimic falls of crystaline, And birds of twilight sang beside clear foun A melody divine. The 5,ntle murmur of the southern breeze...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 February 1871

"THE LOUISIANIAN." d attDAY FEMtUARY G, 1871. OjpITEs Liamanxwis published every Thanalsy sad onaday at 114, Cauon edLt nteseL. Wa (A Buowv, detitr. wiwuTeris; Ono, year....... ,$5 00 ;jrsingle copy............... G ec asLt OF ADVEuTSING. C Per equesa of eight Bine or its equi vilent in pstes, " inseetitn $l 50. and ex"h subsequent insertion 75 cents. ipJos mr emu exUSnted with nest Y"OTIC7. I Al eamsusIeithaas most be aldremed, F *.Editor at the Lanldalas," an' anonymous c 1vttefý dust be seeeinpanied by the sean of the wv rites, set ueeesrily fat pabblcaon, butas as evidepoo ofaood *itia We are not rer.ponsible for the opinions of 3 our cuutribptor?% NOW vOl WORK. The reorganization of the House of , lR presentatives, by the election of a new I i1*aker. and the changes of the most important Committees, having been antis- 1 ftiutorily effected, we may now reasonably t expect that the members will turn their attention to some of the most important :acsuaures which are demanding thei...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 5 February 1871

~.- crhfnter, and all pla ~r ~f jublih resrtt, or for aqi l : iqredl by either State, cipial lulthority, shall le ,f pbli-* elharacter, and shall ijiinsllat ition andl patron ~,"ithout distinction or lis -a,, oint of rvae or color." "r . to the act of 18M19, it will be tjI p. rains engaged in the busi ;: carriers of passengers, are r.fo t e admi-nsuin to their con r s person therefrom, on 1,. 1or. " This act further * p rs'in shall be refused ad t, rtainmnent at any public h. t l ,." , , of public resort in the o these provisions, the act t "d licenses hereafter granted t: at L.d by all parishes and mu i ., to persons engaged in 1 ng places of public resort, Sxpre.s condition that the or public resort shall he , noslation and patronage of a t1 out distinction or discrimni n,, tint of race or color, and any - w -hall violate the conditions of s 1; hall, on oonvictiua thereof, t forfeiture of hia license, and 4J 1)1,,' la-mise or of public resort shall be . I moreover, he shall be lia...

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 February 1871

Qini red from Firt Page. keueth lk y's Fnecealiga t Hous oF REY- hOITAIpVESR, Monday, January 9, 187L j The House met puruanat to adjourn iuent.t Speaker Carr in the Chair. The roll was called and the following mewbers answered to their names : Messrs. Can, Abell, Adolphe, Antoine, Barber, Barker, Baerntt, Ba raw, Belot, Bentley, Bicklasm, Blunt, Bowen, Brew tter, Broussard, Brown, Bryan, Bucha-' nan, Buckingham, Burch, Butler, Carter, Chachere, Cochran, Crawford, Darby, Darinsburg, Davidson. Davis, Demas , Dewees, Ellis, Faulkner, Floyd, Fonte lieu, Gaddia, Garuthamp, P. Harper, Hempstead, Huston, Hyams, Johnson, Kearaos, leaner, Killen, La Saliniere, Laurent, ilambiass, I. Lott, J. Lott, C Lynch, Mahoney, Marie, Marvin, Mat thews, McCarty, McFarland, Meadows, Moncure, Moore, Morphy, Morris, Mur ray, Nelson, Ong, Oplatek, Otto, Overton, I Pond, Quinn, Raby, Riley, Ringgold, Sartain, Schumacher, SoUnr, Stanton, Stevens, Stinson, Tatman, Thompson,' Tounoir, Tureaud, Ullman, Verrett, ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

THE LOIIISIANIAN. w. ti. Bilt WN,-EDrrITR . .,t IIAst. 'N s.6 ipttublished1 every o l Sunday at 114, Caroudelet 4 )ritieo . 4lest , * .. .. . . . . .. k$5 0( ` \ t h . ...............t t 50 r,,;tys OF AD~lVYRTI$ING. , r <quare ,f eight lines, or its equiv i, :f1 (p. first insertion $1 50, and . 5 -inut ltinsertion 75 cents. IJo JXT1,rSO executed with neat ýý d ,ispattch. NOTICE. comminimtions must be oddrewmed, , f the Louiaisnian," sad eaonymous C;ir, Iunt be ateoiupanied by the sane of the ,it no .Owartily for publication, but as an `. J, of g/t I l faith, ,ý arn. t reiponsible for the opinions of M,. r olnbutto n. COUNSEL. 1''. - ''hid thy friend farewell, St; ,t,,: ail ht though that farewell may be, : u his palm with thine. How carnst flow fir from thee '."tprice may lead his feet tiLt to-morrow comes? Men have Liy turn the corner of a street, And days have grown ithi- tu.1 mouths to lagging years, !r.- th:y " looked in loving ep y again, 6-n: .t . is nuderlaid with tears Wi...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

THE LOUISIANIAN. Wm. G. BIOWN,-EnrTo2. aii'The Lor sutiws is published every Thursday and tSanday at 111, Carondelet street, New Orleans. t 11W TzMxs or Sicnwriox: $1 r Oneyear................... $$ O0 Six months ................ 2 50 c Single copy ............... 10 1 I RAFVE OF A.I)VEUT4INO. Per square of eight lines, or its equiv. 1 alent in space, first insertion $1 50, and I each subsequent insertion 75 cents. aiiJos PvanTrSO executed with neat ness and dispatch. NOTICE. Aft conusanicntions must be sakdreued, *Editor of the Louisianian," &aid auunynmos letters must be aceompanied by the naue of the writer, net uccesaaily for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. We are not responsible for the opinions of oar contributors. ENFRANCHISEMENT. We cheerfully give place in our col nuins to-day to the letter of "Colored MLa," received from a gentleman in Louisville, in reply to a few remarks in this department of our paper, two or three weeks ago, ( n the subject of the ab...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

tero, bpen lands to cu l .tt).l dir.ect and speedy trans ' ' 11 t lproducts and iner nal noke New Orleans, what i'idl it to be, unsurpassed by * city on the Atlantic sea . ot'iinection I will say that ; Ii:,1mi'eo senIltimltent of our i the duty of the general i t grant to Louisiana and ""tat4' tl'. proper pro :thenal ai ; ecutinlg iteriitil improvements, rdeprived during the ` 'Iii 1l 1s1 been so lavishly Nrthern States. Such action f . ewent the kindly rela rApidly growing up between I wuld recommend the 1 1I,1 to memorialize Con Stha important subject by a r, Illt U LE'EUI. 1., tr of the leeves and the protec f; + t 4h n11 I lle alluvial lands of the l ainly produce our two Lart especially recommended t 'n il-unportant subject I would Lrtr ' t'iu reports from the Board o . 1 rks show that the appro oree millions of dollars in the State have been cx hem that still the large crevasses at :111~' Diamond Island Bend, l "n tiler breaks, are open, 1 te ,f the levees are still below rep...

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 February 1871

.STATE oF L,)I'l NI NA, elrTImv DEPAWTMENT, New Ork'aWs, January 2, 1b71. j To the Honerable Speaker and Mewevs ft the House of Riepreieut-sta es: I find unruy and grave blljectuons to tie ad entitled "an ,.t rtlatiye to the Mis sissiy~p Valley Levee C'mnpyauy, *nd pro viiing for the constitution, repair and zuaiatenpe of cert:ain levees by said gormpany, and for co spensatwo therefor by tolls on lands protected by said levees, Snd the crop0 of said lunds," which have induced me tp withhold may approval. '1 he same is ti erefore retunied to your la $ lrale ixdy. My first objection is that this bill gives ie et anrol of one of the imost impo~rtant public works in the State into the hands t f a private cotnplany, itvdependent of and in no wise su ject ty, the ccjtrol of the government. I object tv the bill, in the second place, because it takes, without any consfideri. ftion, the levees already quastructed, and valued at io less than seventeen millions of ddlhnh, and gives theu to thi...

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