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OFFICIAL JOURNAL.
OP Tz
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE
or THE
SECOSI SENERA ASSEMBLY
OF TEE
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Continued fro/ our lad Number)
The constitutional rule was further
suspended by a four-fifths affirmative
.ote, the bill read its third and last time,
and finally adopted with its title.
The following bills were introduced by
unanimous consent:
By Mr. Ingraham:
A bill to be entitled an act to authorize
the correction of assessments against, and
the settlement of back taxes due, Asa F
Cochran amid Edmund P. Tileston, of
Boston, Massachusetts.
Passed its first reading.
The constitutional rule was then sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote,
the bill put on its second reading andro
ferred to the Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Ray:
A bill to be entitled an act to extend
the coummisnion under acts to provide
pensions for the veteraIns of 1814 and
1815.
Passed its first reading.
The constitutional rule was then sus- I
,ended by a four-fifths afirmative vote,
"ld the bill put on its second reading,
Mind ordered jprinted.
By Mr. O'Hara:
Re.elled, That Thursday and Friday
evenings are hercby set apart for the con
sideration of bills of a local character, to
take effect this evening, and to the close
of the l)resInt sessioIL
Laid over.
ILLS CAI.LLED P T DY TUNAnIO(0s CONSENT.
By Mr. Barber:
House bill No. 213, to be entitled an I
act to regulate the mode of trying cases
arising under the provisions of article
thirteen of the constitution of Louisiana,
or under any acts of the Legislature tai
enforce the said article thirteen of the
smid con3titution, and to regulate the
licenses therein mentioned.
Passed its first reading. a
The constitutional rule was then sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, t
dud the bill put on its second reading.
The constitutional rule was further a
suspended by a four-fifths affirmative t
vote, the bill put on its third reading,
and finally adopted on a call of the yeas
and nays by the following vote. 1
Yeas: Anderson. Antoino, Barber, Butler, dl
d'oupland, Fishl, Harris, Herwig. Hunsaker, In- ce
,.;rtham, KeLto, Lynch, McMillen, Noland,
,'OEarn, Pinchback, Riegau. Swords, Sypher,
I'Twitchell. Whitney, Wilcox -22.
Nays : Blackman, Bowman, Daigle, Fatch,
Thomas, Thoimpson-G.
The title was adopted.
The time having arrived to take up the 0o
order of the day, Mr. Barber moved the
order of the day be postponed until two t
o'clock. ti
Adopted.
By Mr. Lynch:
Senate joint resolution abolishing the
ofice of Warrant Clerk of both Houses a
of the General Assembly; requiring the
present Warrant Clerk to make immedi
ate settlement with the Committees on
,ntingent Expenses, and providing for t
ihe manner of drawing and expending
the appropriation for defraying the ex- cr
penses of the General Assembly. A
Passed its first reading. y
The constitutinal rule was then suis
pended by a four-ththis afllirmative vote, S
the joint resolution put on its second el
,.inding, and considered engrossed.
The constitutional rule was further sus- To
hended by a four-fifths aftirmative vote,
t he resolution read its third and last time, co
and finally adopted by the following vote: in
Yeas : Andleron, Barber, Bowman. Butler,
Coupland, Fish, Futch, Hirris, Herwig, Hun.
etker, lngraham, Jenks, Kelso. Lynch,McMinen, an
aLand, iLagan, Bay, Swords., Thomasu, Twit
-.ell. Wilcox-21.
Nays: Blckman, Dsigl·,allup, Thompson, p
The title was adopted.
nrPORTS LYING ov
Mr. Hunesaker called up the report of
them Committee on Elections in the case
of Charles E. Merrill v. Thomas IL No
land.
Mr. Smith moved that the evidence To
taken by the committee be printed and
laid on the desks of the members
Mr. Harris moved to lay that motion
on the table. I
Adopted. en
Mr. Hunsaker moved to adopt the re- F.
port of the committee.
Adopted.
A motion was made to reconsider the
motion by which the report of the cbm
mittee was adopted, which motion was
laid upon the table.
SLaLS CALLED CVP 7rO 530079 3E&D5MG 711.1
Mr. RBgan called p Srnate bl Na 3,
to be entitled Isn act grating corporate
privileges to the inhabitants of the city
of Btoa Rouge, in the perish i East "
.aton Rouge, and to provide for the ".
government of the affairs tnereof, and to
repeal an act entitled "an set to amend
TE the several acts relative to the police and
government of the city of Baton Rouge"
approved April 2, 1853, and to repeal all
asct amendatory thereto, and to repeal
an act to provide for the government of
the city of Baton Rouge, approved March
8, 1856, and to repeal all acts amendatory
thereto.
On call of the yeas and nays the Senate
decided to take up the bill by the follow
ber ing vote:
ve Yeas : Antoine, Barber, Butler, Campbell,
Fish, Gallup, Herwig, Huanaker, Ingraham,
n,l Jenks, Kelso, O'Hara, Pinchback, Bigan,
Swords, Sypher, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox
19
by Nays : Bl'ckman, Bowman, Coupland. Futch,
Lynch, Smith, Thomas, Thompson--&.
Mr. Ragan moved to consider the bill
ize section by section.
nd Adopted.
F Section one was read.
of Mr. Ragan moved to amend by strik
ing out the words "at the mouth of
Bayou Grape," and insert the words
Is- "one and one-quarter miles south of
te, Bayou Grasse."
ro- Adopted.
Mr. Ragan moved to strike out the
word "south" and insert the word c
ad "north."
de Adopted.
ud The section was then adopted as
amended.
Mr Futch moved the bill be indefinitely
is- postpostponed.
te, Mr. Ragan moved to lay the motion t
ýg, to indefinitely postpone on the table.
On cadl of the yeas and nays the Sen- r
ate adopted the motion to lay on the a
table by the following vote :
Yeas : Barber, Butler. Campbell, Gal
hy lup, Herwig, Hunsaker, Ingraham, Kelso,
u. McMillen, OH trn, Rgan, Swords, S Sypher,
to Twithell, Whitney, Wilcox--16.
Nays: Cui:pland, Fish, Futch, Thomas,
sh Thompson, Tudd-- . c
Ir. Thomas moved to take a recess
till 7. p. M.
T. On a call of the yeas and nays the C
Senate refused to take a recess by the i
on following vote : r
es Yeas : Coupland, Daigle, Fetch, Thomas, F
Thompson-. L
Nay:; : Barber, Campbell, Fish. Gillup. Har- s
r s, lHerwig, IHunsaker. IgrI-ham, Kelso,
t* McMillen. Noland, O'Hara, 1Pucnctack, agtan, 1,
% ,rds, Sypher, Todd, T:.itcheil, Whitney
te Wilcox-20.
1c [Mr. Counlaud in the chair.]
Mr. Campbell moved to adopt the bill P
as a whole. ct
B- MIr. Thompson moved to lay the mo- P
e, tion to adopt on the table. t
On call of the yeas and nays the Sen
.r ate refused to lay on the table the motion t:
re to adopt by the following vote :
, Yeas: Coupland, Daigle, Fetch, Lynch, eC
Thomas, Thompson --G.
Nays : B,lrhbr. ish, Gallup, Harris. IIhrwig.
Hnlsaker, Iugrahan, KeLio, McMillen. Nilaud,
O'Ha'ras, tgan, Swvrd. Syphlr, TAdi, Twit
chall, Whituuy, Wilcox -1a.
Mr. Thompson called for executive a
se.sion.
On the call being duly seconded the of
President ordered the chamber cleared
e of all persons except members.. A
Executive session having been raised 1(
o Mr. Pinchbeck moved to take a recess ht
till seven o'clock P. M. C
Adopted. of
The Chair announced to the Senate A
that a recess had been ordered until
seven o'clock P. M.
Erening Sessios.
The recess having expired, the Senate
was c.alled to order by the President
Hon. O. J. Dunn. a:
P'resont: HIon. O. J. DInn. Lieutenant Gorv
ernor and President of the Senate ;and Messrs.
Anderson, Atoine, Barber, Blackman, Bown*n.
Butlcr. Campbell, Coupland. l)Daigle, Fish'
Fu'ch, Crllup, Harris, fkrwig, Hunaker, In
. graham,. Jenks, Kelsn, Lewis, Lynch. McMillen.
Noland, O'Hare, PHerce, Pizchback, Ragan, Ea,
Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, Todd, Twitc- to
Sell, Whitney, Wilcox-35.
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. p0
To the President and Members of the Senate: th
Geutlemen-I am directed to ask the fia
concurrence of the Senate in the follow
ing House bills, viz :
House bill No. 63, an act to establish 29
an h.)spital for small-pox, etc. pa
House bill No. 270, an act to incor- col
porate the Crescent City Waterworks,
etc. rcd
Respectfully, an
TWILLIAM VIGERS,
Chief Clerk. the
nawowra or coxxrrru.
ComnmrrEE on E eaoLL'.xzr, c
New Or!eans, February 23, 1871. fo
To the Honorable Speaker and Members of the
House of Represntatives: Ha
Gentlemen-Your Commit tee on En
rollment beg leave to report as having cox
been duly enrolled, Senate bill No. 4,
entitled an act for the relief of Norbert
F. Scopini, etc.
Very respectfully,
P. B. S. PINCHBACK,
Chairman.
The consideration of Senate bill No. di,
8, charter of Baton Rouge, was then re
sumed.
Mr. gan moved to amend section
two by striking out "1872" and insert- tio
ing "1871." the
dOpted. noo
Mr. Bagan also moved to strikeout o
"1878" in line tirty-ven, and insert pm
".872."
Be
Ito Adopted.
md The section was then adopted as
mad amended.
e," Mr. Ragan moved to amend section
all five by striking out, in line four, the
eal figures "1872" and inserting "1871 ;"
of also, in line twenty, strike out "1873"
rch and insert "1872."
)ry Adopted.
Section adopted as amended.
te Mr. Ragan moved to amend section
iw- six by striking out, in line fifty-eight
the words "two thousand dollars" and
014 insert the words "fifteen hundred dol
un, Ius."
an,
c- Adopted.
h, Section adopted as amended.
Mr. Ragan moved to strike out in line
gill sixteen, section nine,- the words "of fif
teen hundred," and insert "twelve hun
dred."
Adopted.
k- The section was adopted as amended.
of Mr. Ragan moved to reconsider the
La vote by which the first section was
of adopted.
The vote was reconsidered.
Mr. Ragan moved to amend the first
me section by striking out the words "and
rd one-quarter" from the amendment made
in said section.
Adopted.
as The section was adopted as amend
ed.
ly The motion of Mr. Campbell, to
adopt the bill as a whole, was then called
n up.
On call of the yeas and nays on the
1- motion to adopt as a whole the Senate
te adopted the bill by the following vote :
Yeas : Antoine, Barber, Butler, Harris, Her
' wig, Hunsaker, Ingraham, O'Hara, Began,
Smith, Sypher, Twitchell, Wilcox-13.
Nays : Blackman, Coupland, Daigle, Futch,
SGallup, Kelso, Lynch, Pierce, Thomas-9. t
On motion of Mr. Ragan the bill was I
considered engrossed. I
, Mr. Ragan moved to suspend the rules c
to put the bill on its third reading. t
SOn a call of the yeas and nays the Sen- c
e ate refused to suspend the constitutional I
rule by the following vote :
Yeas : Antoine. Barber, Butler, Campbell* e
Fish, Harris, Hunsaker, Ingraham, Jenks
Lewis, O'Hara, Ragan, Ray, Smith, Swords,
- 'SypheL, lodd, Twitchell--18,
Nays : Anderson, Blackman, Bowman, Coup
' land. Daigle, Futch, Gallup, Herwig, Lynh,
Pierce, Thomas, Thompson, Wilcox-13,
Mr. Campbell rose to a question of
Sprivilege. He desired his vote to be re- a
corded in the affirmative on the final ti
passage of House bill No. 213, to be en
titled an act to regulate the mode of 5
trying cases under the provisions or ar- v
tic.e thirteen of the constitution, etc. ti
aMr. Ray desired his vote to be record- o
ed in the affirmative upon the same v
question.
Unanimous consent was given to the
said Senators to so record their votes. U
The Chair announced that the rule
B adopted by the Senate, allowing each
Sena:tor to call up one bill, was then in p
order.
1 The Secretary called the name of Mr.
Anderson, who called up Senate bill No. w
10, to be entitled an act to purchase five ti
hundred copies of the Revised Civil
Colde and the Revised Code of Practice
of the State of Louisiana, edited by U
Albert Voorhies. N
I The bill was reported by the Com- as
mittee on Judiciary, with the following el
amendments : on
Section one, in line eleven, strike out ni
'"ten dollars" and insert "seven dollars fo
and fifty cents." si:
Section one, in line twelve, strike out th
"fifteen" and insert "ten."
lThe amendments were read andl fi
adopted. of
The bill was adopted as amended, and cc
considered engrossed. Pt
The constitutional rule was then sues- of
plended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, bh
the bill read its third and last time, and frI
finally adopted with its title. br
The Secretary called the name of Mr. yn
Antoine, who called up House bill No. tic
29, to be entitled an act to create the th
parish of Webeter, and providing for the an
complete organization thereoL an
Mr. Thomas moved that the bill be th
r.efrred to the Committee on Parishes ele
and Parish'Boundaries. i
Mr. Antoine moved to lay on the table of
the motion to refer. to
On a call of the yeas and nays, the p.
motion to table was adopted by the to
following vote : n
Yea: Anderson, Anti Bowman, BWuter, do
Campbell, Coulnd. aie Ftch, Gallup
Hamr, era, Hmakr, O Ingraham Iise,
Le,, Lyna Nold, O'e POr'eBan, ae
Smith, Swords, Todd, TwitcheBll, Whitaey W
coz--'27.
h'eNays : Barber, Blackman, Fiah, Jeaks, Thoi.
ma, Thompon--6.
Mr. Thomas offered the following
amendment to House bill No. 29,to be
added to the last section but one :
That it beleft to a vote of the people 181
in the territory in Bossier parish imme
diately interested, to determine whether a
or not they are willing to become inor- wh
porated in the propoed parish of Web- vol
ster; that the Supervisor of Registra
tion of Bossier prish shall proceed, on Ga
the first Monday of May', afte~r o
notice, to hold said election, the expsmme
of which, if against the propsd naw
prish, shall be paid by thepaisa of
Bossier, and if in favor of the mew
parish, shall be paid by the parish of
as Bossier, and if in favorof the new pariah,
shall be paid by the parish of Webster
ion when organized.
the Mr. Antoine moved to lay the amend
;" ment on the table.
f3" Adopted.
Mr. Ray moved to adopt the bill on
second reading.
On call of the yeas and nays, the Sen
on ate adopted the bill by the following
ht vote :
ad Yeas: Anderson, Antoine. Barbor, Butler,
ol Campbell, Conpland. Fish,Oallp, Harris, Hun
maker, Ingr+akaham, Kelso, Lewis,Lynch,Noland,
O'Hara, Pierce, Bagan, Bay, Swords, Mypher,
Twitchell, Whitney, Wileox--5.
Nays: Blaekman, Bowman, Daigle, Jenks,
Thomas, Thompson-6.
ne On call of the yeas and nays, the con
if- stitutional rule was further suspended
n- by a four-fifths affirmative vote, as fol
lows:
Yesa Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bowman,
Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Futch,Gallup,
erris, Her, Hunaeer, ns m Kelso,
e Lewis Lynch Nolnd O'Har er Ragan.
Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thompson, Todd,
as Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox -30.
Nays: Blackman, Daigle, Jenks, Thomas
On call of the yeas and nays the bill
was finally adopted by the following
le vote:
Yeas: Anderson. Antoine, Barber, Butler,
Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Futch, Harris, Her
WjIngraham, Kelso, Lewis, Lynch, Noland,
O'Hara Pierce, BRgan, Ray, Sm.ith, Swordls,
- ypher, Todd, Twitchell, Wilcox-25.
Nays: Blackman, Bowman, Daigle, Jenks, I
Thomas, Thompson, Whitney-7.
d The Secretary called the name of Mr.
Barber who called up Senate bill No
e 194.]
A bill to be entitled an act to facilitate
commerce by establishing the New Or
leans Levee Shed Company, and to vest
. in said company the right to erect, main
tain and operate sheds or buildings on
the banks and levees of the Mississippi
a river, in the city of New Orleans, for the
protection and shelter of goods, mer
a chandise and articles of commerce, and
to regulate the same, which was put c
on its first reading, and ordered to be 1
a printed.
Mr. Barber moved the bill be consider
I' ed engrossed.
SMr. Blackman called for executive ses- t
sion. Call was seconded. r
The President ordered the chamber t
cleared of all except members.
f Executive session being raised the bill
Swas read and considered engrossed for a
1 third reading.
- The constitutional rule was further f
f suspended by a four-fifths affirmative
- vote, the bill read its third and last c
time, and finally adopted, on a call 1
- of01 the yeas and nays, by the following y
vote:
Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Butler, tl
Campbell, Fish, Gallup, Harris, HWrwig,
Humsuker, Ingraham, Kelso, Lt'wis, Noland, o
O'H:ira, lgan, Ray, Snmith, Swords, o
Sypher, Thomas, Todd, Twtchell, Whitney,
%Vklox-l2. n
Nays: Blackman, Bowman, Daigle, Lynch, it
Pierce, Thompson--6. ti
The title was adopted. t4
A motion to reconsider the vote by of
which the bill was adopted was laid on
the table. W
[Mr. Ingraham in the chair.] in
The Secretary then called the name of
Mr. Blackman who called up Senate bill tJ
No. 1290, a bill to be entitled an act to
amend and re-enact sections five, six, te
eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, twenty- ac
one, twenty-two, twenty-eight, twenty
nine, thirty-firve, thirty-six, thirty-nine, bJ
forty-one, fifty-three, fifty-nine, sixty, r
sixty-nine, seventy, seventy-one, seventy- di
three, eighty-two, and to repeal sections of
twenty-three, twenty-seven, fifty-one, be
fifty-two, fifty-four, fTty-five, fifty-seven, th
of an act entitled "an act to regulate the of
conduct and to maintain the freedom and as
purity of elections; to prescribe the mode an
of making, and designate the officers who of
shall make the returns thereof; to prevent of
fraud, violence, intimidation, riot, tumult
bribery or coirruption at elections, or at as
yny registration or revision of registra
tion; to limit the powers and duties of
the Sheriffs of the parishes of the Orleans
and Jefferson; to prescribe the powers s1
and duties of the Board and oficers of vo
the Metropolitan P'iice in reference to hu
elections; to prescribe the mode of enter- tit
ing on the rolls of the Senate and House
of Representatives the names of members; M
to empower the Governor to preserve Nc
peace and order, to enforce the laws, and aP
to declare martial law during registration ne'
and elections; to limit the powers and e
duties of the mayors of the cities of New
Orleans and Jefferson with regard to a
elections; to prohibit district and perish
jdge 'from issuing certain writs to com
missioners of election; to make an appro
priation for the expenses of the next re
vision of the registration and of the next
election, and to enforce article 103 of
the constitution," approved March 16
1870. AG
The yins and nays were called on T
the motion to lay the bill on the table
which was adopted by the folloaing
vote: C
Tma: Antoine, B a,,rCem e, Fish,
Galiap, Harris Hnasakor, Jagra aJenk,
Noland, O'Hars, Plee, Bgan,, Swords, AO
Thorn Todd, wibteell, Whitey, Ta
Nays: Blbachmn B3.wma, 3.wa, O
bad, J Pat. Errww k, Ie ,L
,I of The Secretary called the name of Kr.
ish, Bowman, who called up Senate bill No.
eter 100, to be entitled an act for the relief of
persons who, prior to the year 1861, pur
and- chased school lands in the parish of
Winn.
Mr. Pinehback raised the point of or
I on der that the resolution, giving each
Senator the right to call up a bill, did a
len- not carry with it the suspension of the
ing rules, when a measure was called up out
of order.
tier, The Chair enterpreted the rule to
mean that the mere calling of the bill ,
her, brought the measure before the Senate
for action.
Mr. Blackman moved to amend in see- 1
on- tion one by inserting, after the word e
led "ections," the words "in the various
fol- townships throughout the State," and to
strike out the words "situated in the
mn, parish of Winn."
, Adopted.
And to strike out the preamble.
Adopted.
na. House bill No. 73 was taken up and
read for information.
Mr. Thomas moved that Senate bill
ng No. 100 be considered engrossed.
Adopted.
r The constitutional rule was then s-s
ad, pended by a four-fifths affirmative
vote, the bill read its third and iast D
be time, and finally adopted on a call
of the yeas and nays by the following
vote:
o Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Blackman,
Bowman, Butler, Campbell, Daigle, Fish,
tte Futch, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, G
Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, Lewis, Lynch, ti
)r- Noland, Pierce, Pinchbaeck, Ragan, Ray, a'
eat. Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, Thompson, O
in- Twitchell, Whitney-30.
Nays: Barber, Coupland, O'Hara, Todd, a1
on Wilcox-5.
pi The title was adopted. m
he The Secretary then called up the name
er- of Mr. Butler, who called up House bill
Id No. 11, to be entitled an act to reimberse
ut certain taxes illegally imposed and col
be lected under set No. 55, approved April lii
4, 1865.of
r- Adopted on second reading. aj
Mr. Butler moved a suspension of N
' the rules to put the bill to its third
reading, and called the previous ques
er tion.
The main question was ordered.
ill The constitutional rule was then sus
a pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote,
the bill read its third and last time, and
er finally adopted with its title.
ve The Secretary called the name of Mr.
st Campbell, who called up Senate bill No.
ill 14, to be entitled an act relative to the
1 ' New Oileans and Northeastern Railroad
Company, to provide for the extension of
r, the main line of their railroad to the city fn,
of New Cre:ans, for the building of one sig
i, or more branches to the main line of said Oi
' railroad, to regulate judicial proceedings S
in certain cases, and to facilitate and aid
the construction and secure the imain- tr
tenancee of said railroad within the State
'y of Louisiana.
n The bill was taken up and read in part,
when, on motion of Mr. Ragan, the read- -
ing was dispensed with.
)f M. Blackman moved to adjourn, which
11 the Senate refused.
o The bill was amended in section four
., teen, at end of line seventy-eight, by
r-adding the following:
That the first mortgage bonds issued W
e, by said company on that part of its rail- Cla
r, road from Lewisburg to Pearl river, a
- distance of forty-eight miles, for the sum '
s of $600,000, or $12,500 per mile, executed
, before Robert J. Ker, notary public, in -
a, the city of New Orleans, on the frst day
e of October, 1870, are hereby recognized Le
I as a portion of said first mortgage bonds
e authorized to be issued on the whole line
a of the company's roads within the State
t of Louisiana.
, Mr. Campbell moved to adopt the bill
t as amended. I
- The bill was considered engromd For
f Adopted.
, The constitutional rule was further -
* suspended by a four-fifths affrmative
f vote, the bill read its third and
,last time, and finally adopted with its
.title. 167
The Secretasry then called the name of
Mr. Coupland, who called up House bill
No. 220, to be entitled an set making an '
appropriation for each representative of
newspapers in the Senate and House of
Representatives.
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Ssteame of this line will yei
lie oaows:
DEXTER.......... ..... JONES,
al Leave a n S&mwA, MAY 6, at p.
CommonIUIL'wasrAL ................ S
Leaves on MoNDA, May 8, at 5 P.
a, CITY OF ALTON ... .. 8SHEBLQ
ih, Leaves on WaxzraDT, M1tr 10, at 5 P. I
r, Giving throughbills of laine to a
:h, the Memphis and Charleston Railroad,
ty, and Northwestern Railroad. and Miems
on, Ohio Railroad-also to Louis.
Through Ticket. furaished at lowegr
id, all points East, West and North, by all 1
ouns routes via Memphis, Cairo and &-Gl
Staterooms secured at General OSea
mon street
no A. A. WOODS, General A
S 104 Common
C. G. WAYNE, Freight
87 Nstce
1- JOHN N. BOFINGER
Bills of lading for all freights over
nil linois Central Railroad; signed at the
of JAMES T. TUCKER
apL 6-tf 26 Carondelet Sts
Of NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO
THE WEST.
THIE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROOD
AND
Blue Line. Via Cairo,
- WILL TAKE FREIGOThm
id New Orleans on sirst.clm u
LEAVING DAILY, AT 5 P. I., ros
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL POrINS
NORTH, WEST AND EAST, AT
THE LOWEST RATES.
All stes and all through bills of
y from New Orleans by above route giw
e signed ind recognized only at the Gean
d Offiee of the Company, No. 26 Caronat
, Street
d Shippers by this route save all drayageal
transfer charges at Cairo, and their gad
are always under cover, and no charges
Smade for forwarding.
JA.ME T. TUCKER,
General Agrnt
BATON ROUGE.
New Orleans, Coast, Bates ho
.· and Grosse Tete Railroad m
weel penger peaket
ST. JOUe.
SW. B. GOsamoas, Master; Jx McLsM
Clerk,
Will leave New Orleas eveary 8Sana, al l
M., ad Wn sm(sr, at 5 P. M. For atbigra
paseag apply on board, orto
3 O. MCa acox, 11 Cont sde
L Leer Cboa--2ice a Wei*.
I eaves New Orlesa every TUESDA -
FRIDAY at 10 o'loek AU. m.
, For RICELAND, POINTE.A.LA
Lower Coapt
The Steamer
T. A. Enderle, Mast
John. T. iehardA Ct
For freight or puasag apply on board or to
V. J. WOOD, 33Petr
REMOVAL
To
167......CANAL STREET.... !
No. 9 CAMP STREET.
Manueturers ad Dealem
BOOTS AND SHOES
Trnks, Vlses and DIP
Respectfhlly give notice that they lhave a
to te lagedsadnally l e *ek
No 167 Cansl Street,
O0 ORGE RITE:
Leek-.masfl t B.-.HaeaF
IIO. lILII. FITTIS I'
a*zwmeassm sw
NEW OJLEA1!M

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