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STATE OP LOUI$IANA.
Oetrinued fron our lad Number)
No. 188, an act granting wharf privi
leges to James H.' Crorove, of 'tstaebi
No. 198, an acts amend and re-enact
An act entitled an act to regulate the
oyster fitheties 6 'the ba v* and coM ts
of the State of Louisiana, being act NcA
I at the regular session of 1870.,
No. 260, An act providinglfor the re
morpl of obstructions in Bayou14 in
the parish of Lafourche.
No. 113, on act supplementary to the
several acts relating to the town of Tas
gipaloa, fixing the salary of the nmy er
and councilmen, and granting to soid
mayor and council certain powers.
No. 286, an act to reneiy the corpora
tion of the town of Wingfield, itb the
parish of Winn, to provide for-th goy
erpment of the same, and to repealall
laws heretofore enacted ci the same
H uue bill No. 184 an act to incot
porate the Draining Company or New
Orleans, to provide for the' drainage 6f
New Orleans and the n gl~boring iiq
ashes to make a protection' levee kofi
'the land excavated by tht'8tainag 411
the construction of said levee, and, &l
a compeneAtion therefor, 46 exp tp
the land necessary for the purtnse, ;ay
out, construct and equip a shellrotl a=
rjkread on the same, give the riA&t 8i
seeU said land when reuseaind, and, to
charge toll on said sheh . and railroa.
ail teerepeal the act knows,,a t4e- Ship
Island Canal bill, pased March 2, 1869,
an. act amendatory theretsj approved
March 17, 1W70.
And to inform the Senate that the
Houa has' t p0 inrd As.8esamu .htil 6b
4, an , to , bq eathled an ad.4or the
relief of Norbgrt T:i popiziai'ndFrancis
lattiedpa. t9 pay,"h dulnwssdns id
a*as*edro, tie teayt a ta Mq, 1560,
under the provisqa ofe .ct to provide
Loy the making of a cut off at Scopini's
point, on Red river, approved an the
thipteentkhof March, 1868
nAlo, to aisk th& signsture of the
PresidR of, the'Beatetet&6'following
e> p lfiie ýii htae Cor
poratibt I13 the o, den, and to
give the corporate authorities thereof the
excpasive control of the Liense and sale
of intoxicating liquors within said limits,
and the disposition of the revenues
An act creating a commission to locate.
the site of a new State Howse in the city
of New Orleans, to pprihbse the an¶ces
nary grounds therefore, and making an
appaopriatioe*rp-ay for sAhm grounds,
and to btiluJ 4igte Homen and otheW
buildings necessry for State purposes,
andzAproing the sahzse. .
An act to redistrict the parish jury
wards of thme pariah JJA vingston.
pany and the Govcrnor of the State of
Antct to oweate a Basimt State En
An in&. to eltanpeti~tb *oPfot?~ 1
superinteuding 1I1he printiA* ' ai the Re'
vised Civil Code y4 Practi,ig and com
piling a digest of the statutes of the State
of e-gsmerul eharat'eruendesthe apdit
snent of the General Assembly fotf hjt'
purpoese, by the section. two ot an act No.
95 of the reigular session of l' o, ap
Aneact 4ggan petpttly~anae~
ineorporatang the Southeastern Bailroad
co ti pyw. flke,'fse,
granting aid.~tiaRME :'II1 . t
s AMl Antitlh) sta lat to amend an
act to regulate public education in the
Stats of bouipians say ciDy '91f 1ew
Orleans, and to rains -s revenue for
that purpoe% -apprreI Nail 16,
1870.. - s
** Che clark.
mrasess ar i uin sei **".
The. .,pre~n 'bas the 9oesa
far 4Itea~erid*aen th*folowinig b.1a.
edt.m*tIn No. 85, far £he ns.1 W
Substa BB ISS to
amend sl ISof the
Neviged Statutes of 18tYk
Xr. T~csp~a pqs the regp
emeaes spged by the aitis.. of Uopqier
agba the !vtmade. of th pariah $f
SThe >Yre tadti
a coppanicatqo siand the
aiisu J(44aggaMili, Ming "for ,the
annexation thereof tq the city of New
On motigp.of Mr. Todd, the petition
wadjid o #Jie table, subject to call.
os ow omor oo h
Mr; Bay, frm ,t~he Committes on
Jadi ry, salbzittd b e following re
Q uonam e aN Jle3oIar,
New Orlesee, Febuar x;1871. j J
Tot; aJden l }o s -of t st 8eate of
d ciOe goe gn Juwiciary, to whom
was referred Senate bills Nos. 44, 115
and 167, pravi4ing fur the adoption by
tip.8tateo f A yapgi tats' meui al, and
proposng aewml books o thai anbject,
direct me to rwgoert the eameabaek to the
Senate, .and recommend that the laid
I "'bi1J," pitha the "muanuals," be submitted
to the Chief Justice, theaAttoraey Gen
eral and the Judge of the Eight District
(oum for their inspection, with w request
that the said conimittee examine the
same ant % a o hir
inspection, and recommend to the ? a
eral Assembly the best book for adop
(hasiman udniciar Committee.
Mr. Lyncb from the Committee obi
FinFnme, reported favorably on Bena"a
INo. 2% to bUetitled an pte 40
tag an ordianaces of the Police Jmry ol
Md~ehQUalish, reftive to codrthoag
%!r. Herwig, Trot the Contmittek
on Militia, submitted the following re
Comsurrsae ON MEnrr, ,
New Orleans, February 23, 1871.
To Whe JaomceubhpPresideatad pbmes ofa u
This committee has thetonor to return
herewith Senate bill No. 161, with the
following rgp9rt: ' .
W e would recommend that the follow
ing amendment be made to section two,
by. striking out the woods "the (Christi1'
itherein, and'makfrg this portio of &&e
section read, "The chaplain 90t appoint
ed uiunt be a regularly oriained minister
Also, that ~'the following aeiclition >
made. to section five, 4Ieertha aet& (he
concluding word therein, "sad also. that
the Governor, as comman4er-in-chief,
shall have authority to order boards of
officers, to consist of three or more offi
cers of experience, to examine and report
upon the qualifications and effciency of
officers who may be reporteil as being
incompetent, and may , discentinuq the
comnmisAions of such as may be reported
unfit for service, and fill vacancies that
may be caused by this action, according
to the rules sud regulations that may be
established under the militia law of the
State." '2 :.
Also, that the &Illtowiig addition be
made to setioa 4~, iusa of etet the con
cluding wot I tberesa ' ba the comn
manding pffigezu o b4ar~iza 8t, ond,
Third.aand Fifth regimenbs cof infantry,
ohd the efommanding oedicer ot the re
gimeut of field artillery, shall constitute
* board, of which thit Adjutent Geioeral
Ithe $tato shall be u-officio chaitmasn
-*bktr shail bm known as the Military
Board uf . he Stat. of Louisiana; :and
that~no purchase of arms orasmmaunitinn,
norsey expenditure whatever, shall be
piade from the funds appropriated by the
State for the nfia unless approye4 bty
a nqjorityofthemaiMdery bpard."
.Alqq. thate the ~falowingL amaesdment
be made to seetion siz, by striking out
the words "twro hundled" Ofore the
wotcW "tlioumand doflars " apid in~ti
erein the word@ "prventy-ve,"
aread "ueveny-fl v t"equpand
an4Ifinserting therein, after the wonwi
"act," the following : "Prowied, That in
cage of emergmbey iabileeti #,'izrauion,
er! other imminent 4alpaer, a fuilbher
manz of pue biqndretk sad. twernty-Aive
thezusenl.eBars us esebv appropriated
out of any funds in the treasury rat
other~ide approp'iated, to pervide fo?
the public safety, or so much thereot as
eay be depopi, agespary tbmrebr by
the Governor * said after thk word "pro
.ided," oceurrng Ia tali' section, the
The bill, amended es *qve, meets
paeatge, as am d in eaul sb
aii f ortims e .i....0 with wu we
partt, a communaisatiom wecesied by this
comaittee twom. feld offiers of aseweal
main ah @ipm-ticms which is ha ento
attached, partm4 depagqt $, p$# made
a part of this report.
P. 1'. HERWIG,
ta! qu'M Loqugg dJrManaT,
To $u,. S IF, 5ews.agmes t n Apdsm
=mo sse«a M.litin. Seast the S8606 .e4
. eki~sse : : :
Sir. We 'wb)ld respeetfully reqnest
that the committee; of which you are
chairman, report favorably on the mili
ti. bill now before you.
The uamot of two hundred theamagd
dollars, in our opinion, is not too mueh,
as most of this appropriation will 'be Ez
pepded in purchasng improye4 arpas.
The artillery is unprovided wie itWpu
per arm uand we 'sheold :hane, is Wis
important branek ofear serhie, 'at best
,eight Olithinn, eax Huelva-piopfda. eigt
Napoleons end iZ On-p0RPP1O
gn infa+ tryhboqd bear.
with the Remington ids " mmaar
rior to ay nou in' -ude. ' "
Everf6ltizeaffo this Slate Ml *
we have conveMie 4 t bjeet,
of the opinion that the (laworal Aasee
bly should make libesal provision her the
militia, apd tas I k up
Colonel Seeq4 BFt
btatn Militia. 1 r air
CA B. A sortna
Colonel Oom iteg 4bim
Artiller, Lwuisians grats ,
SEfret aneatr .*
Coldael OmsakUndidg r ;gtment
I~afntry, Zmbiaueýib; : rm~
o..nehbbaeik, frees .te ,s laonU ,
ow Etiolitatnt, , ý1#Týo
Tb Vh Bonorable Nt diS t ad 'Meantrd
thme 86nage :
: lHndemasm-9Xur Grmins tts. -on ZE
rollment b-g edcip
duty enuolsed the foulowingbilag ' -'
Senate bll o. 21, a4 ) i trte.
seat of justie and eurthouse in d a sre
the parish of plaquemii and to ie
peal certain acts therein named.
Senate bill No. 81, in aet to amend
and re-enact an aset btired an ac to i
corpor te Warmonv Fire Codapany o.
1, of tlea town of Franklin, parish of St.
Mary, apprgjejgl 9 WA 1856.
ent a~&dMtq Aid
Seibi 1 Ng, 38, po cat to auth isz.,
Mrs. Louisa Bourgeois, vyife of Thomas
Taquira, to mortgage or alienate her
Substitute for 'ezatt bill No. 63, a1
act to provide 'fo t 4* sge oflNow,
Senate joint resolbtion 'a w, )graia
ing leave of absence to hoIdern Itetib
Parish Judge of the 'of Concur
din, Louisiana '
P. B. S. PIýICHB4CK,
"r .elv dimrs t~ a lpag)
New Orleans, February Ii 1871.
To the Honorable President and Membe s of
the Seb&h:! 3C ./T n-.-ý a ".
GeMdeass--Isog (QgabitatR* ea En
Senate bill NIo. 446 azas~r the re-4
lief of the Uhiversity of toomeiana, to
repair the west wing of the universi
and $*s preadrve th pbli& prop
Seipte liiU No. 18d 8R 4* 2e) skug ap
propriationg y. p4 yden, At
torney GOrneral, ,fty . clectioq qf tt
tuqxes in the parishes of Orleans and
Senate bill & t~~/~ author
i* ms &bon4M Ob a- I
same the name of Ambrose HertsoLe
senate bill lNo 0 ansoeto "koiz e I
the change of theidhbf Iloitesa Parm
& Bnateb m pag ivn eon
thp ?Thitanteltats of land 4t it Jai
8St.t for publis purposes . - -
8masebiRNe S, a met to provide
fot te thtg~Jtt hi Unjg d
States, in certn M'adeh~ title' to lands I
for itessof ite 5 ban oirifudaik
P. B. S. PINCHBACK,
chsu aroliht OaiW '
r*Toe Hooseable Pu~smtde sad Maihmbas
Gentlemen-TYour Comamittps om Em- 4
navigation of Bayou jiArbomeais d Cor- c
mil sad s~adoels- a
gupat. bill Em4 mas at toqiour. t
homee* to actual uettlqrs pp th a.
psblip lando of the State. '
Chairman CýMians tesaý6rollment.
Mr. annae thas C6mmittes
on Public Lands, submitted the follow
; ngrp9 :. ' r..t
New O167ds 1.
To the Eonorae Plupidept and Members of
the Senate :
I ai6d d"by' the'Committee on ,
Public Lands .b ;gjto the Senate I
bill No. 233, and to recommends its ,1
: ***týtall ýd 11 asth rlab hui eawii
Railroads, reported favorably upon
rS" tgbiJ p 10, obeh.ea*tWedm set
to isnooposete : the Nert OsMesmsu l*
iu'ebe an8 Temebesme o Bihood 'gm=
pp7,41sJ toi bqaiiaerba` esieltlie
Onpqemtia of tb tsar .
Laid over. : ,
fEetions, u amute !fllw ing re - 1~
ew Orhls90 na7 87O.
To the Hong rte irudent and" bers of i
. -the: aaeaste ,q ý
Gentlemen-Yoe ; Cotinmittee a 6i
Elections and Qualifications have the 1
hoIOr4owt d fth-t.,tj*hM hkisahfek- I
apinationz of . tls idemas submitted to
them in the case of J. H. H. Camp, con- i
testeM4 vera mdwmed Bnties- togethtr '
withethe eviienes'befome tleW House ,em' I
mittdd ;ia as ied" tS# i
are'of the opinion that the case does I
of w i: er q sion, and I
rould :trecommend that Ed- t
04d Be j ', pre tt mom- ,
ýsietcsiaadhist his ash. i ,
By an j .c 4,t , report of
e co was taken up, and adopt
ed. , :,- t.. -
Mr b 4k.i. to iwso. ides'
the vote by which the report was adopt..
Mr.: Jian e 4 a d sq the
otion to recooga ble, which
Mr. Lewis, from dte Committee on
Corpora40 *d on
Senae bil o: to be enti ed an act
sct t hieedrypate the toiwit if Watb -
probt, ith patish of bonas.
"By'uabantnious conaset the bid v
'!' fibdt ýadr le fiet sh'W aW
filled by inserting til&*&Ads "first Mon
day }a #Jiae .;' the, second ,blank was
flled by iamzting the words "sncho
glace .a may be deignkled' by 'the
anagL~týt glidiagi',rw i . ",. ;
On , iotioq of . ,r. - the
atmendment was adopted, ,the sgeaogn
w.ýs then adqpted as amuended,,
Teae bill was "d~nmidereal engrossed.
' The constitutional uIle was further
enspewded - a sour-ftliu 'a tive
,ibts the bill 'tsd its third and
time, and finally adopted with its title. '
Mr. Sja ,`Ji tli OSittMee on
Drainage, Lands andJplwd Na14aiae,.
Laid ouer. '..
Mr. tilderse frtoni tlz on tp n
4sitable Institutions, subiinU the
jrintdzisAbhrjousual : a
To the Premident sad Members of the Senate: :
tutions esp qgily.apshnjtthe dsilohdng t
report oR, tlq oondtion .o la
fqr theihane'atalat ,Lousaa.
tion i aP ~ g t*,guappitegt.C I
travel. This adds very gristly to the
expena fi4nilgaiq padrto tha epe) ( U
sabsistence, while it revetteBod
of Admninis en mheBard '
cdmfor~jte s ptisnts What that pinlt I
is almost impoeniblelaecbtsine full sup
ply of maay articles needed for the
htaltb of ige instates of adle4lla whose 4
gacatltreatment depends greatIy 't
d~.This can dM'W~prdhured at so
pata distamn frq inh5e*d weept at
Aie theseAAM s ' ht ia has,
bden kueassw and A&st~te ruadi*
.Nearly' two blaknt psiants were en.
der treatment during the year 1870, yet
Stwo as unproved. Thiu is owiaagin
-at to the eosIlGei in wbjch patUqats
are bro*,>uIh ha~teado g a
dmurto..e 1L* as sa*as' meaye rn
eem, properly aqp ;aitispy its
aPPearenee sad 9a5spa$ in all rue
poets whau ueek sa im.mtit.4.a. oughat to, I
hepatientswitit fiediit alssr~r jt
p cne o their animy, aactbefor. their
4pme became e~aoi
* nuaser i volriU hvjes e but
Stber are no cssesof the 9 t
who appeal . to sympathy and philan
thropy for better cause than thoie whose
loes of healthii juuined with a loss 'd
r mental mad moral f4cialtiesn They are
fir away from ns, pin! they should not
theref6re, be forgotten. eneither
relaM a'ndo kaown to ua, ,ut Yrre our
,kinidred b; the tta of h imant ; or can
e'ei pe froem ber ub wicihi
their residence within the"tk'' imposes
upon us. .
Whenever lkindness, scientife skill
addoq.. ýrýý"perzeverýpee and
*k ~~ the _.gh ofjn
in~~~~~~~ uut " rsfr nortunaa
to dhsetilnesis iý ii tb6 hIgla ebthiition
of philanthropi. O' Asylum fo;
the ]plane is iptended p d onp a large
scale and, wf ' by
experience, the 'e a iof yfowar4
the ~iete&. It re resentifti d
plIimthr i7of'wnasu an ee m -
lige " "'g .enr laws and people
would" draw irot Aa pr per inference
as to our J er benewlesop.
theuse are ij,'o hr States i'ageaed
metl4da of ti t and an i eatt, 7
the ehemsa neseesary to their om
ought to be p vkiie,. . . 4
asylum, your qpageittem regouglend such
an appropriation as will admit of some
needed repaix.'4 n of build
ings, the introlfetidk"t warming ap- I
patton, bathrooms,; a igise, ; hei '
4e is--,fir sw~ertionhoinekrdis
room, kitchen, haky, eta While voting
an appropriation it will be well to pro
vide ,gbinst the o..oL $j400OO,. amgrred I
by discounts on Sate wamante hat yber*
In Order to cantjf'out te objects above
mentioned,. yewr eemmitee mooramead
that the sum of be appropriated
Ire ~ ~ l p ford the Is
T IOM4S C. ERSON, I
SSAltttL S. BOYMAN,
Mr. Ho , fpga the Cptaittee on
Engrossment, reported the following
bils ps~baing duly engroceed:
agnate.g No. 89, tobe entitle4.,a
c acisi d apd retenact 1,sat epjitJpd
%an act to reoarganie thL* State Land
Offee, and to provide for the disposition
of pu .i g dM -I" V gm
surveyed ap roved swamp lands, qd to
make ajolozr aher W.
Also, substitute 'l ist 3ie bill No.
214, be pgtitled an act tp swtabli4an
asitante for the deaf and dumb at Baton
t E. :K mon .hr' aar.i: J. ..ý
By Mr. Bay;
Of a bill to be entiled an act for the
relief 4ftbdrisod Ac Dural.
By r. Ad*lemotu
Of a bill to be eatitled a act far the
reliof iof the Osmtenaery .eflege of
By Mr. Ingrahain:
Of ap ,ac$ . o be ,sktited an met to
autborias the eity '& New Oriems Ito
contract for alse bnllding of a shblr
roed on Frenchmen street, to allow
WHto be ~loW~dI& therecin for fifteen
* 1guassaSedoWs ow sgal -
The $*6lft Als 'wa latealaed,
accrd to pevipp sotige:
By Mr.Wileoa; * , -
An aptt be enftlpd anact to relieve
the tat-pysTer of tlae Stat., and make
Stt warranla receivable for State
Rassed its LrSt eIU r
The c nl, yr~ju then
suspended a for-ihemrmative
By Mr. Pierce:
Of sb ll't611 .stf8IhA kdht'bhIN 6
sp m~a.rin 14...uisA tM'i
peade by a £t. fiths eM ab.
refewed t. $ s ladM=tIk~muie
WA bilto be entit1rm mqbtm
Frmaikfa aket ph La ,
umda she coptrolo ci Ib~ae 3*s oi
Eduaetion, for the peo'lee M oll
jug. a orealachol tbeemia Matea
propriation of moneys for itesspmi, sad
the liqudtiuaof J.dmimss agmin~ eamd
Pasued ikhts asmedis
The eetsat rule war~ thmae.
Pended by a Souq-4fths afratve yule.
the biipsouft ch os lmd rsmimg pad
was emaiann~d eagle&e
I[cbpeNaiud in cgr west 1J1iumIJ
VICKSBfrRGi AND BED
V ~ani rtexy~, Vzcum-band th
Luaves. ay TNUMsDAZ at S .
Carolina, Filcher'. Paint. Sith.vI '
dance. T r naylvamoa, (o~o~tlrw's.
1! Iukpont, VIchsbiag, Grakhd Gul
Y X Wum; Master; ,,,T. J. H.~
Wjfl leav an~b ,ad.il adCni
msqgera ,ith tb ,e
~Dd~5M4ikaar with ak h
-oke Of the Yaaeo a yhahi tn
Foe !fright or Pumup appTy en board, a
,tI . ' ~ o in o
5°z. Louis in Dist, Oiu~w ct&PA
IF">OR (? ' dAND ST. WOL'l&
~tniR .nfa1RlIfrosij packed
Luria on oumpA,, Ssr at 5 P, X
A.1M A. CoOfU ladng lAi
th . G.E&U'Lth baAinmara~
thlso lagoalrilto~rac Ir
IbT hiu4"'lkih flmwrad uhmd attl tsieq
all pi..'gt wed U~i .adN CKERb
A.~ A. WOO nroaldAgent S
NZW OBLEANI, OJoAcOO A
CAIRO, Ck*CAOO 4Ilen'Iae aLt theYL
NSWORLT ESTANS. F6ACWVO ATi
Sh1ppe 0 Lytinue, aVie a~ll raygean
ar awas ndr coea Jnocag.a
LEVN D mAILY, AT6 gef.,!b
1-ZgTH WETA AT. BAToBo
Al rats &, ride allctais11,Mbd
henNew (Mega~iin b~y Sabuuia Ton F.r
signed a an reonie V.ly at: the(siw
O .Aoeof teumpa&y ke 6Csoil
( sara Agenta
,r ..!YfADEO l