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MIRRIED.
Janary 4th, 1872 in the city
,rollton, Parish of Jefferson
the First Colored Baptist
by the Rev. Geo. Step
*lIc Thos. Peterson, to Mts.
buth of Carrollton La.
Carrollton La.,
January 6, 1872.
eve of Jan. 4, I repaired
the invited guests to the
o. Peterson's church in Car
witness the marriage cer
:w, Riv. Thos. Peterson,
E-);ells. After waiting
Se titbride and bridegroom
r inely attired and with
, rus attendants. Like
b)rtly after came the Rev.
tfptoe, who performed the
ce remony in the presence
and crowded congrega
nuch so that the church was
r rthowing.
1 A. F. Munroe, was very ac
arranging the preliminaries
l:occasion. There was refresh
:a abundance at the church
Se iarre assembly.
1eli:itely after the ceremony
Dude and bridegroom repaired
r.-rlence of the Rev. Peter
. a carriarge, attended by a
aumber of Ministers and invi
* ret'. Everything was done
* end order and fine style; so
the whoie exercise was long to
SrFset.hered.
Ev rth g passed off "gajy as
e rarriae bell." May peace,
rpenrand happiness attend the
u;e through this vale of sorrow,
1 s;r cre wish of your many,
AN INVITED GEr
ROoCmD 1rN-M1
OF
THE SENATE.
-o-----
:C(OND SESSION
OF THE
Mad General Assembly
OF THE
: OF LOUISIANA.
.,rood Day's Session.
SENATE CHAMBER,
Tuesday, January 2, 1872. }
h nate met pursuant to adjourn
*nt-lion. P. B. S. Pinchback,
:,.tnt Governor and President of
.ut,. and Messrs. barber, But
'.bell. Gallup, Harris, Hunsa
al-. Kelso, Lynch, McMillen,
lRagan, Swords, Twitchell,
-13.
jr *idlnt announced that there
run present.
I Millen offered the following
That the Sergeant at-Arms
':.,. tamnts he and they are here
* trmod and ordered to arrest all
tie were absent when the
-e wallid this morning, and hold
W custody until the next meeting
n 'tl sould the Senate not
x-'tonat thetie the arrest as
aid compel the attendance of
*roay he thus arrested at the
i5S1 tf the Senate.
rl. That the Sergeant at-Ar's
overed. with the approval of
*k1nt cf the Senate, toappoint
~-s'rg,,nts-at-arms and employ
a- many be neeessary to
thiii object. Which was I
keyr moved that the Senate
Suntil four o'clock P.M. I
aLof the reoess hawing explred
atewas called to orer by the
Bar,, r. Butler, Oallup,Harris,
or Jenks, Lynch, Noland,
1. 'l it anntounced that there
kr odthtthe Senate
luti to rrow at tweie o'
eintthen announeed tlist
Lt- stood adjourned until to
Stwelve o'clock )I.
(hAs. IT. 11ERRTIT,
Scretary of tbe Senate.
Loe1 son are you, my little
l ainIt nobody's son m
apton s nelphew, sir.' t
barber who dressed the '
'are has been enae
t5ocs of a eanal. C
an admitted fact that one
doanot nake a summer,
eat can make a Mprang.
"s ay1'ng "that thor. h
Lc leather," is justified by *
*~tfat it i9 our sole reijaine.
armi New York, goe
Sis too lazy tot
I - . V - m 0 lj m "
Or THE
P House of Representatiety
eoonrl Gener ' As
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
keal Day's Prceedilep.
BoOMr " Ra=asUwaes,
Timeday. January !, 1871
The House met pureuant to ad
adjournment.
Speaker Carter in the chair.
The roll was called and the fol
lowing members answered to their
names:
Meurs. Carter,. Abel, Antoine,
Baker, Barker, Barrett, Barrow,
Bentley, Bickham, Blunt, Bowen,
Brewster, Brown, Bryan, Burch,
Butler, Carr, Cachere, Crawford,
Darby, Darinsburg, Davidson,
Davis, Demas, Dewees, Durio, Ellis,
Faulkner, Flo d, Gaddis, Gardner,
Gartakamp, William Harper, Hemp
stead, Huaston, Hyams, Johnson,
Kearson, Kenner, Killen, Kinsella,
LaSaliniere, Laurent, Llambias, H.
Lott, J. B. Lott, Lynch, Mahoney,
Marie, Marvin, Matthews, McCarty,
McFarland, Meadows, Moncure,
Moore, Morphy, Morris, Murray,
Nelson, Ong, Oplahek, Otto, Over
ton, Pond, Quinn, Baby, Riley,
Ringgold, Sartain, Schumacher,
Smith, Soaev, Stamps, Stanton,
Stevms, Stinson, Tatman, Thomp
son, Tureaud, Ullman, Verrett,
Washington (Assumption), Wash
nto (Concordia), Waters, E.
Wit 'lams, Y. Williams, Wilson,
Worrall, Wanda, Wheyland, Yorke,
Young.-9&
Quorum present.
Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Satchell
On motion of Mr. Carr, of DeS o
to. the reading of the jorsnal was
dispensed with.
Mr. Burch, of East Baton Rouge.
moved that the journal be corrected.
as the motion relative to the ad -
jourument of the House was allowed,
and not carried. -
Mr. Carr, of DeSoto, moved that
the journal as printed be approved
and called for the previous ques
tion.
Messrs. Dewees, of DeSoto, and
Yorke. of Carroll, called for the
yeas and nays on the adoption of
the journal, which resulted as fol
lows:
Yeas-Abel, Barrett, Belot, Bentley,
Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, Can, Darins
burg, Davidon, Floyd, Gardner, Garst
hamp, P. Harper, Hempstead, Kinsella,
LaSaliniere, Mahoney, Marie, Marvin,
McCarty, McFarland, Moore, Morphy,
Morris, Murray, Ong, Oplatek, Quinn,
Raby, Riley, Ringgold, Smith, Soner,
Stamps, Verrett, Washington (Assump
tion), Washington (Concordia, Waters,
Wheyland, Young.-45.
Nays-Antoine, Baker, Barker, Barrow,
Bickham, Brown, Bryan, Burch, Butler,
Chachere, Crawford, Darby, Durio, Ellis,
Gaddis, William Harper, Huston, Hyams,
Johnson, Kearson, Kenner, Killen, Lau
rent, Llambias, H. Lott, J. B. Lott, Mat
thews, Meadows, Moncnre, Nelson, Otto,
Overton, Pond, Sartain, Schumacher,
Stanton, ,tevens, Stinson, Tatman,
Thompson, Tureaud, Ullman, E. Wil
liam., H, Williams, Wilson, Worrall,
Wands, Yorke-48.
The journal, as corrected, was
then approved.
Upon which Messrs. Carr, of De
Soto, and Quinn, of Orleans, do
manded the yeas and nays, which'
resulted as follows:
Yeas-Abel, Barrett, Delot, Bentiley,
Blunt, Bowen, Brswster, Cmr, Dauiasburg,
Davis, Demans, Dewees, saulkn, Floyd,
Gardner, Garstkamp, P. Harper, ep
stead, linsella, La Saliniere, Makaeay,
Marie, Marvin, McCarty, Mc~ailand,
Moors, Morphy, Monris, Marway, 0mg,
Oplatek, Pond. Quinn, Baby, Riley, Ring-'
gold, Smnith, Boner, Stamp., Verrett,
Washington (Asmumption), Washington,
(Concordia), Waters, Wheyland, Young
'5.
Nays-Antoine, Baker, Barker, Bar
row, Bickham, Brown, Bryan, Dureh,
Butler, Chachere, -Crawford, Derby,
anehioa, ase ~amd&. Wifas !i
Harper, Huston, Hyau s, Johnson, Kear
son, Kenner, Killen, laurent, Llambias,
H. Lott, I. B. Lott, 140thn, Matthews,
Meadows, Moncure, Nelson, Otto, Over
ton, Sartain, .*humahebr, Stanton,
Stevens, Stinson, Tatman,, I'hompson,
Tureaud, rilman, E. William,, K, Wil
liaas, Wikass, Wombl Wrnd, Yar~h'5 1
Lost
Mr. a. Lott, of Uapiq offered o
thsta~llowing resolution, whiob-wes 4
read:
)Ikefred, That we, the members
of daliaBme of Bepreeentuhiues, 4
have un~abg&-snIsein the ef- a
fEciency. and integrity of Hon. G. e
W. Carter, Speaker of this House, 6'
and do Imsby pledge to him our
6sstrappot domihg th.e ontinu- )
ance of tbh~e et Genersl Aseeen
blMr. Gerstkamp, of Jefrsn
the raterhemsolatisamsn lie
over one day.
rContiuand ~n fat pae ]
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b
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Gome g nes as~ gsen eietadW.
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