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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

ILOUIRIANIANt 1PPLEMEN "" - - -or -i)AY FEBBUARY ., 1471 PC .1L OU'RNAL* int cEEDINGS OF THE SENATE " TilrT SESSION be ii or TiHE ~r DoENFT E ASSEMU LY co 1 l: OF LOUISIANA. tlird inV"'s sr eI. SENATE CHAMBER, al ill, ..i, January, 4 1871. f af itlded the point of order se Alltl from the decision m t!, ýas nill nays, the ques 11 the decision of the Chair at t?~ Sinate refused to snstain R 1,. tl! following votes: B.Urher, Butler, Couphland. I, . rwig, Ingraham. Kelso, L l b, .,n, Ray}, Smith., Thomuas, ItL 1 11 15. tl 1 - rn. h1wkmll.l, IDowmian, _I, 1ntch, Gallup, Hunsaker, I. 1n11h, McMillan, 'Noland, a: ,. SIords. Mtpher. Twitchell, \1l'x -3it .t deuhing that according to p tilthe Senate, the question now 11 Sdlolption of the resolution It relsohltion was adopted. tn, lto adLjourn, which the Sen- ti ,: ll of tile OTas and hays, ( I ';ii Bl, lackman, Bow *; t iupland, Fish. Harris, Her- .1 L:.h IL. o IlH-jra, Piniwhinck, 1 In 'nipblsl, Futch, Gallup, I u! L11is, Lynieh, Mc1Millen,...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

PROSPECTUS the OF THE NATIONAL LABOR UNION p AND sM Sureaua of Xe a r. OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMHEICA. Fellow-ritirens and Workisqsmen of the United States: p The question of the hour is, How ean the workingman best improve his condition? This question is not only being agitated in the Unite& States, but throughout the civilized world. The universal law of our exitence is, "In the sweat of thy face thou shall eat thy bread." We desire to impress you with this fact, that it is a Divine law, that we must labor, and that the comforts Be of life can only be attained by honest, patient M; toil. Be It should be the aim of every man to become - a capitalist; that is, every man should try and L receive an exchange for his labor, which, by proper economy and investment, will, in the be future, place him in the position of those on j, whom he is now dependent for a living. At least Hi it should be your aspiration to become the owner a of your own homestead, and place thathomestea'l .,e b...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

THF LOUISIANIAN. sPPLE ME NT PNDAY FEBRUARY 12, 1871. (WpI'I(ATA JOURNAL. e1 TrE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE FIRST SESSION OF THE SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE TATE OF LOUISIANA. \1irnth Day's 'Frttedigs. SENATE CHAMBER, Mlonday, January, 9, 1871. ' ,!, wt pnrinant to adjournment. ,;t Hi. 0. J. Dunn, Lieutenant iand Presidait of the enate; \ " indroi, Antoine, Barber, Black. I;,u 1.n. IButler, Campbell, Coupland, F,'1, IEnt4h, Gallup, Harris, Her ' ,;, Ingraluhm, Kelso, Lewis, 11 'lille, Noland, O'Harn, Pierce, ;. Itgan, Ray, mrnith, Swords, ITIhmais, Thompson. TIodd. Twit W1t ney, Wilcox ). I' the Rev. Mr. Iul'h. Liinutes were partialiy read, when leir relading wa&ts diplwnsed with. NOTICES OF fHit.L. .. Twitchell: III to he entitled an act toi form a . to he called the plriih of Wi', 11t. (amphelll: 1ill to he entitled an let relative to Nw Orleans awd Northeiwtern Rail ; ompany, to provide for the extension iin line of their railroad to the city of " (i lnms; for the building ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

OW proogrcar t iward good r.Lilroad connef - tion with different p.rts of our State, and of the Union; and the' growth of our princi iall cities, are some among numnerons eviden ces of the rapid recovery of all the business interest of the State from the prostration which followed the war. It only nee is that legishltion should kled such additional en couragemeent as it' legitimately can to these interests, and, above all, it .should refrain from imposing any new ani unoetssjryv bur tI 1us upon them, to cause our State in the next two years to Sulir'pmL'4 in material pro greast and prewpe'rity any previoun era of its hiLstory. In the lbst slimmer, while that scourge of the South, yellow fever, has re'p eted its ra vlge' in neighlbrili eitias, our (hidef city, New Orleans, has e.tonsc d with a compa:a tively small mortality. Th:is way he att!i 1nted to the iner :;1.,l sel;11 an eiir'' 'f the health and quaranutine. tcicersn, all. th'* pir pxr enforcemntnt of the (uartn. tine re'gulia...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

'et Ji the $!.u ftL.* I i11i* 1 it nwcessirv to reaove taeir 'rnu tl.,'ir pjincipid townm. sr. folic, tu thil c.:ampleR. t'nid oit apit .d at jlieto te rc. - fr"31 1!: part.; of the (tat,', aind 1, n", *1l .,111 mor' s,, w1ilhe tim rul rte "1s ,:r_ conul;..bul -all eventt 4,1. ui bltfore the time for vitlr - I. At Ithi. p wint wu. C('1 . St.t.. iu: . wihi'h for ,rchi ' 'lilt 111 ire of arrandat u.;t. rent .rc, cinpired !av'railA , il, I r a adiCilar purpoh4. on the ,1 Inrinlg thl( iAte War, this',aibtl r d iia'.1"'d fis flte. tIut I amn nlitt I regard as good untharl tk 'iing was not ilo 14rious or sl difli 1 ar tl a: generally believed, and that n ,tr' 1 to its origintail condition of ! ;{i ~':uty for less than one tifth of the r ;,. :crirtilouund that authority be given ,!~ce ~ir niore competent persons t i h-ibliing, and report its condi Ithe roat if rplairing it IMMI'lll.TIO\. Irpilwl war, in addition to its dihals. ,t of depressing the price of cotton, firitp settnsion of thu H...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 9 February 1871

PROSECTUS Of TIM NATIONAL LABOR UNION u are us of o sam a-r. OF THE UNITED MTAT= OF AMERICA. JMo'e-eWzens and Workingmes of the United &ake: The question of the hour is, How can the workingman best improve his condition? This question is not only being agitated in the United States, but throughout the civilized world. The universal law of our exitence is, "In the sweat of thy face thou shall eat thy bread." We desire to impress yon with this fact, that it is a Divine law, that we must labor, and that the comforts of life can only be attained by honest, patient aril. It should be the aim of every man to become a capitalist; that is, every man should try and receive an exchange for his labor, which, by proper economy and investment, will, in the future, place him in the position of those on whom he is now dependent for a living. At least it should be your aspiration to become the owner of your own homestead, and place that homestead beyond the reach of want and poverty. As work in...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 February 1871

TIE L08418AIIAU. W as. d. ' vat,- E nnes. ais publishe y ,rW : and Saday at 114, Caroadelet .Nw Orloea. o Tzasn uN Sur amrrno: * oneyear.........0..........5 00 six mouths.......... ..,2.Lilo Single 00". O...... .... 10 arran or ADaaYrsV. Per square of eight Bawel or its aquiv a space, first insrtion $1 50, and museqauent iserties TS eomata ok ri m p o e z e cute d w ith - e WO sad dispatch. XOTIW is omauanltions mast be Wawae agav od the Imeiaw"" sma ssaymien - aut be sooompamied by the msae of the wre aet neemesadly for publieatoe. but m an ofades faith. ý, us not respeadible hr the epinslme ef ar asass sama the noostide and the night, .ot, vhsere Itrod grew light; r.thp heart, so lone and dark, y,,,rioed many a kindling spark: ode' seemed new, aud earth seemed bright 3. the noontide and the might ,oweu the noontide aud the night ,t uzbt, all pain, all tears took Sight: hanls in mine I wandered en, rj .il too fall for aught save song: u khises hIl, eh I losfy wight! wseen the noon...

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

THE tOUISIANIAN. SUNDATY, FEBRUAUi 19, 1871. Wn. 0. BROWN.-Eurron. Jir The UommsTAFA in published every Thursday and Sunday at 114, Curondelet street, New Orleans. 20- TERMS OF SGl-scun:rMoO: Oneyear ................... $5 00 Six motths................ 2 50 *Single copy............... 10 RATES OF ADVERTISISO. Per square oI eight lines, or ita.eqpiv alent in space, tfist insertion $1 50, and each subsequent insert n 75 cents. Jil Jon rn riceo executed with neat nesa and dispatlh. NOTICE. All communications must he addresase *Edlitor of the Lonisianian," and anonymous letters must be accompanied by the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but sa an evidlence of faitk. We mre not responsible for the opiiesa of our coatribators. FOk-LORNE. Rumor declared a day or two age that Minister Schenk would sail on the first of March, as Ileresent:tire of the United States Government at the C4mrt of St. James, and that he was clothed with fill power to settle the Alabaw-x Claims. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 12 February 1871

1YLWELEL HOUSE ". QVl L PUBLIC VIUVILEGES." By DRR.I.CROMWELLa ,71 Curstouzdhtso Street, 'uwrner of 1illere street,) V.c rlVea,,s. t h.0 al LODGING by the DAY or WEEK. f,r all Paroebi Moneys, By'fg aje. d*<. ~rr. a(raers tatTkti to IA, chdapeet . . Ixi'TLETTE SvI ;N"Y and COUNSELOR AT LAW. 1 l .*. Gravier Street. ... .142 (Up Stairs.) NEW ORLEANS, LA. 38 ]y. t)HN B. HOWARD. LAW OFFICE, St. Charles Street 26 .nt attention given to civil business in , l courts of the State. 38 ly S ie. Fields & Robert 1)olton. Attu1revl & Counsellors at Law. S., 3. CaL'nercial Pla'e, 2d. Floor. *., rirt Attention to all Civil and Criminal ,.n tbh State and United States Courts. LOUISIANA ,17 :L INSURANCE COMPANY, ,,'i-, No. 120 COMMON STREET. >m FIRE, MARINE anw RIVER RISKS, AND PATS LONMEM IN V w Orleans, New York, Liverpoxl, Lon dou, Havre, Paris, or 1remnen, at the option of the insured. (IHARLES IJII GS, President. A. CUlt IE ICE, V'ie-President. J. P. Roux, Secretary. S. MYER.S, ATF...

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

YoPr commitese am6 tbhs they lhs nb dieretiitn in making the apportionment, h4 inse the etnestlttion makes it impers- ten tire that it s be made oth biefd ehe the lpat cenie. A certifed copy of the tim I" enul mebron, has been obtsined from 7 the United Sates Mardul, and hs bemn ti strictly adhered to in making the *ppor- S tianinent as represented in the accom- thia p baynghilL cto The census taken under the authority in 1 of the United States, for this tate, as tel certified by the United States Marshal Yee and the Secretary of State, the authority in on whiek we have acted, makem the total onl poulation of the State seven hundred be twenty eight thousand eight hen sh.ed.na sixty: .0 Ar&Ic twenty-one of the conlties )"t require that "a "rk esentative number PM dsa be fixe, and each parish and repe - sentative shall have as many Bepmuent du ties as the number of its total popmla tion wil raIim e it ttr have, and en addi tional Representative for any portion ex- Pb ceddhg obe-hb...

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

THE LOUISIANlIAI. T '[he, Lrnr'.Lt nIA is publlilmed every .f l ..rly 1nl Sunday at 114, C.rondelet ,,.,..t. N w I )rleans. '-. TtaMs OrF SItan'risoe: -%ill On( , near ...................$5 00 Mix :,anths l ................ 2 50 ,Singleh co y ............... 10 RI\TE4 OF ADVERTISIIN. P.er y.'-re of eight lines, or its equiv Ilt in spaCe, first insertion $1 50, and r:,thsIul1fjuent insertion 75 cents. " J)1 Pu p TistXO executed with neat |,r aund tditpatch. NOTICE. A.I communiacti tion must be addressed gEt r of the Louisianian," and anonymous !,: msnt be accompanied by the name of the .;,: r, not nocessarily for publication, but as an e, .i' of good faith. ..,re not reaponsible for the opinions of ,,r "s trilb tors. (of .nCIH IS THE KINGDOM. BT MARIE I. LADD. %. "indl drove hard across the bay, Lhlung the waves to foam; :-hret'uing clouds, in dark array, ,d ,'cr high Heaven's dome. 4:, while the storm fell heavily, TIP of our little hand V. tossing on the restless sea, Oat'm tuy ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 February 1871

1THE LOU ISIANIAN. alo: the Wn. G. BROW N.- Eorron. the TIIHURSD Y FElRUARY 1I, 1871. the M'W The LorvtsAmn. i is puldished every Thursday and Shuday at 114, Carondelet fcli street, New Orleans acts STaus OF Srcser.rpros: o P: Oneyear........................ $5 00 Pos Six mouths................. 2 50 a t Single copy ............... 10 nev aTE o.i O AwVETIrt S. Rev Per s q'rre of eight lines, or its equiv alent in f pace, first insertion $1 50, and A each subscqtncnt insertion 75 cents. les ] - -- - IDol D .Jon ruis sIr e::ciutcl with neat- ver; ness and di;patch. gti v7 NOTICE. All oomamnnicatiou must be addressed sha "Editor of the Loui·,;iiani." and anonymuon. CXI letters must be aeeomnpiniel by the name of the writer, not necessarily for pulblication, Lut as an gue evideu(' of g.~o o ftith. t o t We are not re ponsi'lde for the opinions of our contributors. - - __ .- THE CONCERT. il On i~mnday evening last a large, res- t. lxctable tula apprciative audic:'e att- for: deo the C...

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 February 1871

"ii rt of the Adjutant General. r p!,ort of tJ:e Secretary of State. '.:: r i,,rt 'of the State Superinten * : ln I i 1 .i' -ation. ..  atio, n from the Secretary f t,:,5.:,1 Iw,:ni;,ratio:n Convention, (i: Gorcrts of the North ,: a td\et ' ,States, which ]:et ols n thei twenty-third day t" st. :f .:roners of the p»aristecs of . ;,, , Mal . iison, Iberia and New SIL C. WARMOT H, Gt,vernor of Louisiana. !, -:,oi,,n at this time, :4ir. Whey Iui presented a petition f,,r ,, William Wright, which was 1, t !.:- Comaiittee on Lands and l:'iER OF THB DAY. T:H mi::-" hliaving under consideration : .::: ! :. of the Governor, 3Ir. . : . .vllh:s, offered the following ,: I reolution relating thereto: " : 7 i : apportioning to the various ,i.: nmittccs of the House all ::. ,, of the Governor's annual Ines S ,f l 71. relative and applicable ., and for other purposes. ..-., His Ex:cle'cnev H. C. War . i c rinfrnlity with the require ithe c,onstitution, comtullicated to .. ral Assembly of the S...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 February 1871

ECROMWE L L h OUSE "EQUAL PUtlJC PRIVILEGOE." IT DR.R.I.CROMWELL. 271 Customhouse Street, tCorer of Villere Street,) .ear Urlerms. BOARD and LO.DGING by the DAY or WEEK. Resposi's for all Parela. Moneys, j MZayJ, d, , let in my cAr.. Struaers tain to the ceapeat atorr. T A. j ARTL T'I'E, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW. 142. ... Graier Strec t ....142 (Up Stairs.) NEW ORLEANS, LA. 38 ly, JOHN B. HOWARD. LAW OFFICE, 26 St. Charles Street 26 Prompt attention given to civil businem in the several courts of the State. 38 ly A. P. Fieldis & Robert Dolton. Attorneys & Counsellors at Law. No 9. Comlmerval Place, 2d. Floor. b8Strict Attention to all Civil sand Criminal businesa in the State and United States Courts. LOUISIANA MUTUAL INS1URANCE COMPANY, OFFICE, No. 120 coxxost wrar. Insures PIEI, MARINE and RIVER RISKS, A.D PATS I40($JU IN New Orleans, New York, Liverpool, Lon don, Havru, Paris, or Bremen, at the option of the in.turod. CHARLES BRIGGS, President. A. CARRIERE, Vice-...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 16 February 1871

IlI;' ,oCISANIA1N." 1 I IE I E NT T I.ntDAy' FEBBRUARY I, 1871. oFFICIAl" JOURNAL. OF THE EEDINGS OF THE SENATE 'IIl:ST SESSION OF Ti gCOND GENERAL A8SEMULY F OF THE TAT1: OF LOUISIANA. r ,1 T',Fn, our la4 KmLber.] C EluthlII )'sr Prrttis b 8ENATE CEANEi, Friday, January, 13, 1871. nS', mnet plursanntto adjournment. ,:, ,n. 0. J. Dunn, Lieutenant r.: li president of the Senate, . .i r',on, Antoine, Barber, Black S , Untler, Campbell, Coupland, a tI.;::, ji:llup, H.rris, Herwig, Han- ( Iu iu hlln, Jeunk, Kelso, Lewis, ' Sv Millen, O'Hara, Pierce, Piach "i. ' II.iv. Smith, Swords, Thomasn .."d, Twitchell, Whitney, Wil T. r:he Rov. AMr. lhtlrh. the minutes of the previous a iings disnelxnd with. No cor ,,ltl desiredl it to appear that he was .,:I as a member of the Committee I i.rd Itehtions and on Engrossing  that he declined such nomina crtary was instructed to cause it .. lEEar on the minutAs. SI lar desired it to aplxar that he R .nlinatEd as a memiber of the Conunit- ' ,('lr...

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

ItdL Tbatthe dsgabacaov is OF .ft be reque.to4 to crake a fir and impartial sdf' ment ofthseirbA scas rvbile ia our city aid btate. Lie over. a1omasis ou sam bNe orsM . Mr. Ray 1l Vp Sesate o agl No 17, eatitled an act to / the fluea the D iriet Court uh the' FourtesPth Jdiei glistrict, reported favorbly by the Jadlciary Committee, which was ordered engroued for dhird reading. On request of r. Campbell, the Presaeat an nausaqd t btL eomedte eesapomed .f tbhe c.ty delegation wmould meet iaumately after adjoarnamet s the rftes of the Etrollment Commits. The Preddst sammeued, by requet of Mr. Lewjn, a tihe pedal ooaittee es Board tof Public Works w#ndi meet toeorrow, si eight l'chak, in the room of the Jadiciary Committee. Mr. Cabaell m~ored to adjourn. LAdopter. . The Presklent them announced that the Seu*te stood adjourned until Tues day, the seventeenth instant, at twelve o'clock, ML CHARLES H. MERRITT, Secretary of Senate. FurMntti ly' essuM. SEnxA C.&xwu, Tneslay. January ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 19 February 1871

inlC.',?- FEhll4 T WAi.RIl# r-rT!, Ist. is ' nf thtemVA ery y -'ru and .9ndany at' 114 ; M id1elote rNew (rleal. g- Tnus orF SDScIUI'UIION: -il  ·r....... .- - ,- " $5 00 ' six months ....... ... ,- 1 'o . Single eolpy .............. 10 I.',t i' .1e'c('. CififslO rse o l d +"h bsllue'lUnUt insertion 75 cents. aits Pnrtw'executeSt W rtme- f4 1, and dilpatch.. .:. ti emmunientions most he addressed Ed the Louis a " RaI anony .,wri mstt be sccoumpaBle by the n1;me of e r:er. not nuse sR ily b4ebation, but csal Bea.nfe of good ,fa ., We ,re not responsible for 'the opinions of at our ctibites. ' " at THE IIBOR3 N4EALTED,'NE. ti ar terans onsoos. ,l, her er t in the merry 'Spring. In the mncsuitf bads And Sowe u, • er . and song, be H 'r step waslight and buaant el .i the dream of early love: 6 11 ile in her eye the star of hope 01 Gleitbed rabdtut from above. t H. hauCgh was as the gushing note in fIhe .song'Mtid's joyous strain; Her eyes wore the gladsome look of youth, t Whidh se'...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 19 February 1871

THIE LUISIIA IAM. Wis. a. iow.--.m. iamrs=t ama adn: 4 N Thmbs y ai Nanday M 115, (hieaduld met, New Oulmane. Oney ar............ .......$S r gi *ia asa-s............... git inlyG ape .............. . 10 iasir a' asurasn it Per~w s" od eit haes or cls equiv- a, alems ia mpee` a in.tenrba $1 ,4 sad . ea. , mrs et isoeutioa 7T rcem g e rvmisn. execunteds with meat- a wem and dispath. a NOTICL p Al othe iE. wea e mutedet ter o4t I seI iMa" fad asomJse lWes ,sa be smspai.d by the gam of the srites, met agqmsey ter pumhuam, be ass e .vi'Ieiw. of Roo latd. b We we ant u mbile for the epims ol °ar eom tibsto F Today we se prmbid "a aedst o et , thilngs, at saight Uni outy. In the , mor-ing Dr. Thpien wil preach, d and in id emgg Ks.. J. Seli Martin ' j6 r "& pmirsa rl" g with the !' meaar mee utratig that do anot r- t ea1" that calm cmneidertior whic Pthe U w. sin csdand s-om ad ado, b.al ae moremn ago sadt lesss, e, o s . oo..a. . A r7 aroerd man de in .oetoa aFebt isB rday mornia...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 19 February 1871

1 IA)UIMI ANIAN. SPPLE ME NT , ,t\y FEBRUARY 19, 1871. |l 4'IAL JOURNAL OF' T:II. j.SE OF REPRESENTATIVES ;,T '" SESSION .-)9 GENERAL ASSEMBLY O( TIlE t"i LOUISIANA :Il :ST SESSION -, : r. )M 3r,1 :'l :. ! 1 tb i:' lthorfi/A the le1nge~: of L iisiIana Piirmiely %Wnrd to , rw.ly (',:apbell. <i.i(L'ES H. MERRITT, Sc:rctarv of the Sen at-. :.". ,iven that, at soni, fultre ' i', ing entitled bilsi would he i' (Ul, of } tast Fliciana: , ,:tled an act to au'nd articile l -vis ed Statutes in relation ,tillnltnlt of ,i Board of Adlli!n-i tilhe Insane Asylum. L.. S:iniere, of St. Jlartin: ,create, the Seventeenth Judi ,t of the State of Louisiana. '( -n . of St. Bernard: , :,tthorize the parish of St. . I l:-ne bonds fur certa:in pillr ,I S':tnton, of Bolsier: rfuhlating the syst1em of c'nt Srious railroads of the city' n,: i ,I, and for the better protec i - v i:f life and limb of its eiti :,lin conductors on each car in their employ, and pre in, anll pen:dlties therefor. I1"-. \lIl li...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 19 February 1871

the goverament -eot" ppwe.ed bepteme 14. 18l8, approved Marsh 8, 168. Pa.ed t Ir det ' Mr. Pierce moved tbm the anual number be printed. Adopted. On motion of Mr. (mpbell, the bill to be en t.tled an acet to incorpoate the New Orleans Drainage Company, atd to mpoide for the drainage of New Orleas, ordered to be print bttL JODIT laOtLUTIOS. Mr. Ray called up joint resolution creating a joint committee of drainage for the City of New Orleans. 'Passed its first reading. 8osurvous. By Mr. Campbell: Resolved, That Mr. Edward Henderson be al Iowed thirty days' pay for services rendered dn ring the regular session of 1870, as clerk for the Committee on Public Education. By Mr. Todd : iRsolve, That a committee of three be ap pointed by the Chair to examine and inquire in to what disposition was made of $309,844,27, which was collected as Metropolitan fund, the raid police force being now paid in checks, in stead of currency, as required by law. By Mr. Lewis : Reesolved That a special commi...

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