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Al ra J.rmyOtT, N.J. LAMBING 1 A lUd Bl' HOSMER & KERR. LANSING, 3IICHIGAi, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1859. REPUBLICAN, VOL. 5, NO. -13. WHOLE NO. 10!). sR.IATEi Bill to amend Marshall and Tonia r.lnnlr Sr0 i,t.i ,o;,w i i. . i i r , i i o I rond charter !.,. .1 1 . I j '"7 . . iiuru reauin?r. 1 .:.. i. ir PilItoameud charter of East Saginaw. J -' Sena- Senator Carpenter moved op Hen4; Mil Son the relief of Alfred WIS passed. . ,. irii. 1 recommit. Carried. to remit mterett to the rnivtrsitv. Slcau lWdavea navs B,ll to amend act to organize township d act establishing a road Senator ('orbam thought the object of Riil for the , incorncTa ofinsuraree rf fW Third reading. I b;t Saginaw to Bay City. Passed, this Mil to be to give to" the CniverMtv com, and 7 the r Xr" Senator Jones, from committee ou FI- to I-u b hsh statement of vote,.- MoO.OOo- he therefore opposed the hill. MJ d,tie' U-' ravs JI reported a bill to provide lor the Wd-ayes 23. naJS 4. Immediate ef. Senator 1W .subtorted. ' Senator H.v. lluZzl Z.:. ?5.9.r expense w "U,:ruujr,lt- i n v . aen opposed. Miaf or .Jones moved to ta- Sc Wnator Carpenter, f"in committee on j abolishing grand jury, on motion of Me the till. Lost. Moved to refer to e inwrpwations, reporieu wunoui recomincn-; .. wuieu. ; the committee on finance, with instrue-, Muzzy advocated the Mil. t.tion hul lor a raiinwi iroui jtinut w - ' "i '""c ji.r roau in i cs-; lions. Carried Dill to abolish grand juries in part. Senator .Jones moved to ta- Senator Jones snole tt.t rl. Kill rd.. 't ujiors v onger ana j row bridge. ;enaur ; tod hre department r r rertv Vlso Mil Report against Jan.es Dale JoLnstou's claim. Referred to Senator from the od district. Tabled. Hill toamerd Flint chsrur. Third rep.J irg. Committee ou enrolitd Liiis n-ported certain liii? as correctly enrolled. S rati r .Tone, frorc cotumittee on fi- tance, rt f r-rted a Mil t. tsempt ineorpora- 15111 tc Failed avtK .f. r an anrt-rriation ot ' S:.ium for State . i j - "eola T.d i. i o ' ,,. " . : , najs formal th.Kil. Third reading. Lsnm?. - j, .....j uuu-u . ui, ujfint : mil to amend fcre and marine insurance Senator U-leh. trom cr.mm.ttee on roads . . . . ! county scho,.! csaiamerA j companies' charters. IWi bna'',,!. reporieu inw iur .lair niaij.H ,.,t.;,M,miuuw pvmp ns- i-enator Carpenter moved to recommit, f in Ionia, Kefit anj jarry counties mira m county, rawa witti Mstroetion, so and in Tuco!a and Huron coun-; immediate eilect. iners bo clotted by with aniendinenu, wtucti wero adof t-. . J,,il l" auiuorize iractional scLo.I district tion prevailed. ..I Third rendu)' tloriz- O r:n;CT:d ri n.-rr,l ri'.!r,,i,l r T i . . t . P- -v ! i inuii.au moved mat N-nate recede li -w'iSk .m3; ! from tbf n otion l-v w,,?h Vi?htv- acre w t "'. ."Vv? .-rK'u"1 'y ef land a.tual triors MM. which motion rreP y ,n.. -uu Wtoww. ra.d.ma.c. vail.davcJ;:. nav, d;ate i-Ject. M n ' e . . Hill ... 1 1; i i s . , . r- 1 t l,rr fn ni t mnvtteo cn .ludicia- lsU i C " -"-raru ry. n j orted I ill to Jotcrmin wn. ir-T " . t harl-tte K. u:2W. 'ii i -mu.umi a .:a:e road trora Lx- Kill, iil rnmcnt Ac. Mr. Jones moved to rtriko r, ri--'-'f w'r'm icn-ja, out one-fourth ni'! vicufMce cmii .tv. to l iis.s. i ik minority cf 'i'l ird reading. 1! U to j rovide U r ercne.i f State tiov- Ali. H..n t.i 1.,.,,!;,.. . .... io uriKe cut l-'J mill. Midland. Midland county, and joint reso-j " Hill to lay out Fremont Stat. road :r. .Murrv movctl Mr. Trowbrid m v d to t-..;c i!:. vote fa one mill. Mr No. 1. of Yas.sar, and No. 2 of Tuscola, to ScnaU.r Crouse, raittee, reported in execu-! State a lien on xnachi Senator i:iney" intrwluccd a Mil to &u-1 issa u. Passed. ,t fraitionnl school district No. 1 of Hill to require notice of levy of c Var. and No. 1 of Tuscola, to issue j t,ons on al estate to be filed in Register! tractors. 500 extra copies ordered printed. liill to amend ac bon'b. ' Third raiding. ! ofliM. lWd. Senator Davis moved up Senate hill to ! rieukural School, Tlie 'Wt ct'fiiinittee on joint resolution "ill f..r State road m Ionia, Kent and amend law relating to legacies. Third land chanfir." ten iviaiiL- luiiuiri). , imuia reiauve io r.:ivn rr i t firpmnti rf ii 1 " 4u-nirikinr that the fchfv.l exam-; Pas-ird aveit. rars 4 Immo.lita f. I- J ' . . ; out one-f. nrth rui!!. i .! etrrUI 'I l. the prrp'e ; whth mo- j feet. ' i A. v ,1!S, t:il .. n i 1 y was taken on one mill and carried - , c V'lAry 1111 came up and was passed ; D,.af. Dumb and ltlind 'Lvhim at' Hint," ! ave i ' ar'U-- 1 ' Mr ,15 '"' u-l t .. Mipcnd the rule and irotu State i rison com- avrs FJ. navs 13. TK ll...., t,.i x -.u i . rut th-. 1 ;!! on its ri--ar. favor of cnimr the' Senator (Vnwr mored tn rpW.n6;.W .w. i t ' , ! J:"1 ,0 S"1 -f C-r-i yiT. ...', n. .... ....... nervandt-.!sofcon.lLo.t " 1 T'.' . .V. . -1-,um' V'.wn ca amcnJ-1 r'' r m. Vi I intend r,f - Vi7; ' . : " t to e.abHsH State AS-; tS, miSi MH ! L.l;,::;;: ' 1 lie " - - J i on atuendi: the onhtituticn, reported .scp- Jarry counties. i.rrtTrfLirii.t'S Mt-niiial .sessions unlim-: Senator Jowi it no MU t. introduced after sixty W'yed that the bill was all right ! reading. CTaritirfr certain t nvi ores to Mcn.twrM atui 1 It. ! t.. i i : i i luved aye? nffio-rs ot uniformed militia, tat reducing Ta-d. Senator Tower explained, saying that h- ! Senator Williams moved to place Hoce j;iH to chmce name of lmira F Thil i r na.ion -Among the other pnvi- Ful to change the nam., of the x il!, lieved that the bill was all riVht I W Lint resolution V '! t, ai.tlI.rlTA ' 0tl,ra,r:. J r' I retired by the amendment, wa, ex- j of Helton. lt,.han, e-untv. F,..ed. I i - . . : ' " amcii f .i.iuiir; J... .iHKiWiu. j :i4eu ifninti.nifr.ini tovfi.-.i. . ...!, ... Tf'. ....... 5 t 1 . t . , . i,Jg. 'ILirl rwidiiig. second amend-: ouirai.v-iouer 10 ueoa land to scum dis- ayes 21, nays b. i t.ficer ami soldier on : worth ,r . , r ' : " , r":'"'1"1" I n nit wa tailed. ' Hill to amend act to organize township trict in Cneida, Katon county. Third read-, ii II to relieve fractional district in Scto, : 0rty. 1 T" Vf'J. SV:" ,a ,! joint resolution .:, relating to re- j 6f l'lVrson. in the county of Mreo.ta ing. ' 'Washtenaw county. Passed immediate j Senator Ihvdon moved a division of the ! lVom St iu! stcriug H jtTfjr lieen.se. Motion to lay on j 1 as- m j Senator Jones moved up Senate bill No. j effeet. j question, w as m bring up the Mm ndments I on the l'acilic cna-t. Pa-d Ullewaslst. Senator Tower moved to j'lll to orgame county of Mec.sta, and ; llf. to construct a new State House Sen-; Hill to repeal fection 20 of the grant ! sepnratelv. He moved to strike out the Hill of appropriation f r ,vt:,:e N-'inal Krfpone indefinitely. to locate the sent thereof, was p.nssed : ator Jloyt moved ts indefinitely p.-tpone j railroad law, relating to taxation. Parsed exemption clause S.-hc-l I'.i-ed Senator Hnyd. n hp.ke against the mo- mediate .-fleet. i the bill. Carried. immediate effect. ; Senator ( 'anfield moved to strike out ; tion. He sid that he Lad b on a cold wa- foaior i ieKins,.i. gave nofiee ,i a i.iu .enator longer moved from the tat.Ie , I'.iII to authorize Farmers and Mechan-. "jury duty." Withdrawn. ter man fr mor.- ti..vi twer ty years, and X'J "j.' Mlt a r"a.'1 ,n nt..ngnn connty. j Senate bills to provide for settling tetimn- j ies jJank to is-uc preferred stoek. Passed ' Scuaior Haydeu's amendment was !ost U srK.ke f.-elin dv ut-.n the utter ir.ade.iua-! Senator I 'avis introdueed n joint rcs.lu-. ny in new trials, and for the removal ft of l"iJ.-itioii to put a stop to drunken-, tion tu aphorize the Auditor (.enor-d to i causes from Circuit to Supreme Cowls. si Me had no faith in cvreive meas- discharge a judgn.ent. ! ures and he believed that the tio.o had ar- J"" relating to foreign insurance com- j rturvay M;rnn. 1 th lu rved to stand un in ci.i.s S'. nato, and resist i I'r,n5es was ,ak-n P nator Dudgeon ! Senator Larn made a report w.th a Mil. imanif.-tly mistaken ipular -pinion - j "P. Hou-e Mil No. 'M. relating to prevent a. ulteratioi, of liquors. Let M return to the license system and cn-1 lo s,,h,cf- Third reading j ft rMtiou for biennial sessions un. fbrce it. The word of our S tvi. r. he said, i , roaneaa moveu irom ine raoi-1 oo imnii auer mi , i as the or.lv ct-le bv which moral ref-! " n-guiaiw umwti. ne moy- .... ...... i...........-.. o., Kalai Saturr-nt, naoo Asvlum i Vi. 12. bill j a d. ?I'Ht ayes -', nays u. immediate cneei. Senate then concurred ayes 20. nays ! i0. Pass. . in tjJ.et Hill to amend act removing State Land Ji!l ordered enrolled. ; Hil! to eh ii.'e name .f 1-t ( "oioto ation- Offiee to Hat of governnicut. Passed Senator .Vnger moved to rc-onsider the ! al S.ciety .f New Canandajitia. ti.at of ayes nays u. immediate c-neet. vote talhug the tax bill, in order to offer j Union. Third reading. Hill to change r ame of Salem, Allegan county. Passed. Hill to change name of John D. Thum. Passed. an amendment. j Sen. Williams front Coin, ou towns and Senator Tower opposed the reconsidera-! counties, rei.- rt bill to organize t wihiiis non. r ui me moiu.ii in reeonsiuor prevail- in lanitou i-ountv. Hill to change name of llenben (Jrant ormatieu can Lo brought ah ,ut, and he did cu ro Hr,M om Tio, nnming semes ; o,..e. Uooper to llvllu n Uoor lirant. 1'a-sed. i" w iiicu ire aueu. , moveu iii..im - om i i m h i lii i to eli:.n.f.? nntni i.l I har es llfiirr on contractors machinery, tor convict Iv . Thompson to Charles Henry Hausmau bor. 1 bird reading. j Reconsidered. Passed ayes 20. gives i nmati . l...:;,.r.. ih-.f f'n'V wr'i.i advocufcil fiwr- .ii I..,,-, n ...1 ....... ,;r..lv ' to strike out !tii section give measures, comd have read a!tenii l d. Motion to lav on the table lost aves 4, nays 2o. The amendment of Mr. C?ri- doint rcM.i:ton autheiiz- Auditor (eneral to discharge judgmeid was reported trer was then adopted ayes 2o, nays IK J by ."-cnator Cong. r. fr.-m Coin., on .ludi- the lovely creed of .icsui of Nazareth II'J hoped Senators would do their duty,, without f ar of con-titucFds. Setat;r Tower amended and oppo-vd jvriator Davis advocaU d the aniendioent. Setiatur II jt advirf-ated theaiHUidment. Senator Pcnnoyer opposed the subtois sionof the am. ndment. , Senator Welch opposed t'.e .submission of the amendtucrd SnaN.r M'izzy was in f.r f Mibmit- ting. M tion to postpone indefinitely was 1 lit iyes 20, iciys 2. Third reading. Joint resolution No. 1, in relation t-. the liability of stockholders in banks. An ex-; tensive Jiseussiori hero ST.rung up, in which 1 Senator Muzy introluced a bill to re-! Keterre 1 to committee on finance :wamp land bill came up. Mr. Hrod- ?tions. navs lo j :u., i ... c, i : 1 1 . . . . real the swan.r, l.in.l law. as he said to test I ,,w ' .';!' '-' " f head mov. d to recommit, with instructions ;, e v .1 iii I establish a fctato rod in J use, la. I, ay and; rnst ijrii Tl..va.i ii the sincerity of the .orth : and asked a .. . , , i.om. jjui passed aye3 i. suspension of the ru!eS which was denied ""ron founneK inird read.., jr. j This was a eon.p:o,ise substitute bii! tor Senator Hoyt. from rr.nn.htoe on deaf, . ftor lackH in.lueed a b.!, ,o hX ; thrit of Mr J;irn, Illf(Ve,i to dumb and Mind asylum, reported House I ,xn!'' ot cho,,l district m daeks,,n. t transmit forthwith. Carried, bill fe.d recommended its r'assagc. The L nator IMyt moved for a .-onundtee of UiH to authorize school district No. 1 of vv -- - - .. - .... ' '- 04 in rnicA mnnor i n...i iriiioou:. r.ppronriafes l..),0ii) for building, and ... . M i . ,., , ... . Agricultural Collcjie, and ici on. 5M,"0 tor supp.rt of the Institution. : . . a i , i . i i t, n i ia ii Senator Welch n.ovi d to am.-i.d bv io- c .... if i .......! . . i... ; -i-ii:ti i ii.i.i. u iiioii-u iu .inn uu i' in- i f . s.-o. i j . i v i sorting next Ijegtslature in.:,,.' . ' ,i .,P;;, i nafr jm j'0."..-il , v :il- n.n j"Jl, iu i uur, 1. . ..- ators Ciouso and Davis were found to bet Inte f fleet. i I'.IIl to authorize 1st congregational Third read ng. A FT KH NOON SKSSIOX. A discussion sprung up on the question of consolidation of the Iron Mountain H al road with the Hay do Noque Railroad. Mr. Dickinson advocated, and Mr. Hams opposed. Mr. Dickinson thought that De troit was alarmed. Mr. Hants rejolled the imjutation. Mr. Welch hoped that the bill would p.'iss. Mr. JJayden spoke strorgly in frvor of the bill. Mr. Trow- Mr. Miils from c. mi:. idee on piiutiug, reported resolution a to printing certain reports Mr. 11. yt moed that it be on as good paper and in as good order as the manual. Third teadmg. r Mr. .Ion s ft 'iii eoTiiTi.irtee on Finances, rc-s r. o iacK rcsoiuuou lis to i irou .r libraiy to give ?2'0 ht aru urn for the Us' by thc.Ji;dges,.i tl,e S.ipreii e Court. Sen ators sj. kc j.to. and ,on. Mr. Canfield moved t lay the wl o'e subj. ct on the ta ble. Aves 17, lutvs l." Mr. Hrodl.cad moved to r-consider. Lost. Cominitto on .In d tax HUiendiDfiit bill. Tabled. Committee on Public Instruction report ed bill lor elect ion of rs-hool directors in m-Iuh'1 district in Ann ArU.r, with a Houne am. ndne nt concurred in. A ves 2J., nay ciary: .Ms), tor taking rreogniz:nie-s in municipal court. Third reading Hill to lay out road in Midland tin Sagi naw counties was reported from e. iiunitlee ou roads and bridges: Also, for road in bridge favored the bill. Third reading. House bill for disposal of the swamp j Senator Davis, reported substitute bill to Mr. MiiU from committee on roads and bridges, r.jK.rtcd l id to lay out -Stale road from Saginaw to Alma, liratiot county. Alo. t- eteid rad from Ionia to Houghton ii.ike. to Mackinaw Straits. Third rending. Re.--.! mi. 11 came up for the House for ch'siio' th.! wssi.iii .f' tli,. 1. (ilatur ii i . i . .ni i .ii... r- .uonicauu county. i niru reading, .vi.so. uf,i:, ;iv. :,l i M ?i with m. f.,,,,.!,,,. , t , toll to authorize (.ominKsioner t highways to establish water courses, and lay out dis tricts iu certain counties. Tabled. Senator Mills, from committee on R. and H. reported a bill for amendment of a State road bill from Saginaw to Chdoyg;in. ( omunttee on towns and e.. unties, by Ivocated it. Sena-! MrJn8 uext Jg-sture. j church and society of Jackson to borrow ; iarKp,t granting 40 acres to each actual j organize Iosco county: Also, adverse to pe- Senator Ihvis op t Senator tloyt moved to amend the ? lIiMll.v anj Rivc aiuortgg,.. Passed im- hrdh ss settler, came ,,p. Mr. Weld, titi'oti fi.r organization r,f township Ports- , c. ' i amendment ny inserting ' this for 4 n. xt. j ,i,i;-.t 0 ff,.(.r , , . . c,-v . fj 1 a vote, when Sen-! . . J " oiare 1 1. ei. ; niovej to insert, not exceeding SO acres ; ; mouth. Senators Oorham, firosvenor, Crouo, trnd iibscnt. Wh n a call of the If.ni.jA tpiq " iioi icnuojct ,uau; . .-J..UI-.-, tn.vj i Mf)aer ot Mate J,nnd Uttice to deed lam! to wisneo to ue on a committee oi mvesnga Joint resolution to authorize Commis- j which prevailed ayes 2o, uays o. Mr. Hay den moved to postpone the bill Mr. Ml! Hill recommitted to committee on finance. 7"T ism to provide lor recovering certain Mr. Conger approved the bill Flint Asylum bill took ! ,7? 1M'' a,,u .""l ,uai "' 'judgments ot the eireuit courts. rss:d. , Trowbridge -aid that this is not a Northern i persons to furnish the work, began by I "r Trowhrid 'e and S-mt-.r Mn?zv as usual ' stamod. rule dispensed with.and the vote PI'V "7 w ' sclioo! district -o. V) m Uneida. i'assed indefinitely. Mr. Rrodhead thought the " " " -' ' -'-, I I ti.iti .S.vTvfitnr Miittav unotA to sonii ptl.'i.f : , ir i .-:..;......l vMo.l on i;i1m .! aves I I nacs id. " . 7 i -i---- niimeiiia.e eneei. i amendment would kill the bill. I'pon the u ie.-tion of ordeiing tin to a third rcaJing. the vote stood ay. s 22, with instruct io? nari the maio course. ccaaior i.onger, iron, commit ice on jo- rniiut ji.oo- i-ionu i"ui uiin " ' ... .,ini i . , f ...i- i r ,i &wy( reported sundry amendments to change names. and a Mil to give Mrs. Ko-j rooveJ Who,e Rfjbject billt, regulate salary m Prohate Coorts. ( crs , M acres .o laid, wtthout recommen-; nAtor Urdhead introduced a bill to The amendment provides that the salary of , tlatioti fabled. j rcvsj; t charte ((f ho. d of DetToltf fie Judge of Probate shall he part paid !v 4 T he tollow.ng 1 buise bills were received: mcraoria tie estate, and part !y the counties. Ta- A Mil to revise the elcrter of the city of Senator et-dlom in large oeaanu nnntcu. j on inu 'o Also, a bill to amend act to incorporate bridge companies. Tabled. Senator Trowbridge moved to suspend i -v ion io aiucnu sccnou n.c a,-kj , t i r to pass the joint resold- i entitled an act to detinc the powers ana u s I '..net; io!.... r?rri..d ! ties of the Kards of sur rvisors of the so niv v.moiuu..v... - . .-. - , I oiii io amcna cnarn lution No. 1, as to biennial! era! counties, and to confer upon themcer-j f5enator G0rham was concurred in. Mr. Warner moVtd t.JMiid to the House for the Senate bill giving two assessors to ea.-h ward in the City of Detroit. Mr. Hrodl.cad jMiM d, and wxs sorry for bis constituents, and sorry for the tiger the tiger having da pped the occupation (Tid ing quit lly hunted, and had concluded to hunt. Mr. Hackus moved up bill to authorise I nion School district ho. I. of Jackton. Senator Dickinson, from committee on and so authorize it to raise money. Third mines and minerals, made a report in favor J reading. of a flcographieal survey of the State, with I Senate bill relating to special elections. a bill, with pome 22 petitioners. The bill authorizes the Governor to ariK-int nn per t . ii Senator Barns offered itttions in large tlort Hurr.n. numbers, for the passage of the Mil now to i A incorporate the city of Mar-! lhe inomi,ri:ll lf s.iall. the common council remotisf rates Tabled idi A bill to amend section 11 f the acl , , . , l. it-r,.n 1 1...1 ... iJ ! it i . e k-i. . i, , . i . -.1 i uir.i.'uic. .'ii ."v-juv .... u.114 nui oiuuuru iiouuioij u pproiiriai iiiii p i "; js.i.t. Senator Hackus hoped that tho commit- arpeap, In chancery. Iasscd immediate i tl,- oon tl.crcf..rA .lid not l-nn- ll .I.a i ,...1 rM... fiJ i vY.,,- r... .i. s; I effect. mxkij. nv ..v. . . j .vwwivn.. oic : alor iiayden moved to strike out af' after Hill to amend an actio lay out a Mate j substituting 'eighty" for "forty." Lost (the enacting clause. Senator Conger e p road in Sanilac county. Passed immed'-1 Third reading. Order suspended, bill , posed the motion he had been the sole ate effect. j passed, and sent M.-low. companion of Dr. Houghton for months, Hill to lay out State road from Port Hope , AIr. Mufy, fran r.mmiUee on expiring i and well know the value of his survey. to Saginaw Hay. Passed immediate ef- J1W made a bunkum report with a bill, j Senator Hams was in favor ef striking out. regard to allowing negroes to vote at ; Senator Davis opposed. Senator .'iuzy Host, Ayes ii. Najs feet. . . i and i the order, in order to pass the joint resold-. entitled an act to oennc tuo powers ami uu- j CommiUee on eXflit;Dfi laWji TvyiOTt l,aek IT1o(liate effect. twns amending lhe uonsmutMi. Vrric. i.eao4 . .u o. r . . . - b;i, t0 nuiCJlJ fliartcr of dt of 1etr01t m M laws reatlV0 t0 , , r:.,..,.. c ar0f.. Joint sessions of tho Legislature, was passed iyes 20. nays Passed by two-thirds Tote. Immediate effect. Joint resolution No. 2, as to juries in highway cases, was then passed ayes 2S, nays 0. Joint resolution No. !, relating to the responsibilities of bank corporations, was j then passed ayes 2", nays 7. I'assed by j I two-thirds vote. Joint resolution No. 4, relating to the manner of submission, was then passed iyes oO, nay 0. taiu le lcal, administrative and legislative; . , . .-, tc -1 t -i ' vent the powers, approved .Ajru imi, v1"- iltf,P wnTl comp. laws, soc. .do ) moved up bill to pre- anli:ll report of the Hoard of Reg manufacture cif sleighs and nun- j tlt Cniversity of Michigan. Passe ber wagons m Mate Prison. Saut canal approi.riation bili came up. ' H.K,ol district meelings. The design olj advocated the bill. Mr. Rrodhead thought the bill unconstifu-; this production was to insult the majority-, 22. Third reading. tionai. 1 assed ayes nays lo. im- ard was in decided iv as bad taste as had I Senator Hin.ev reported a bill Ii m I !- Men t'.v general course of the Senator j lie Instruction Superintendent, snj.. r i-i.o i of school of reform, and marking out. th. r ents of Mr. Confer move d 500 extra conies. : duties. Third reading. Al ty ot Michigan. 1 assed. Mr. Hirncy is oved 0(j. yir. Iiayden thnrizing all Clergymen access Hill toamerd the tax bill came up. moved 10,000 extra epics lost. Mr. r risons at stated times. Senat ii:i to i.Hv was moved un by Mr. Crouse. Mr. Rrod head vibrated from gay to grave, and made a pathetic appeal for the bill. Mr. Cai.ti'.ld moved to make it lhe sj.ee- inl ..r.l..- M.ai.lny .'. (s4...ut..r Crouse wanted to v.!. Mr. C.n.li.Jd'n leoti.m, ayes D"., nays 17 'Ihird reading. Mr. I!iiri.-s made a stroll pp n against the Ml!. Mr. Rrodhead q-io'ed Sir Wal ter .veott. H- said that the incumbent of the Pn.l at- . flic in Liviogsteu U unfit f.r the oilico. Mr. Welch j-poko foi the biii. Mr. Ior ham took the same ground. Mr. Hay den wiehed to understand that he f !h w d m maii's L ad and replied from I itz James. Tl. bill was tie n pi.ss. J ntb l4, uays 1 5 . Mr Rim.-y inov-J f.tn t.d.l... Senate bill to timend law relating to railroad com panios. Third r t;ing. Mr. ( orham moved up joint resolution r.-!r'ting to firemen in ti e Ibow. Mr. Davis tnvd to a-d Cren.en of the Third reading. Iarii PeAed up b'll for ndu'tcrtng . ! Senator Trowbridge, from committee on i Mr. .Lines cvnlained that this is t. rioted ! u . r ..w...l 1 iiiiil ,.vtr., ,rri..,t L.M.;. ... . !..... ..r... l' f.., t t! lit f t! T.Tai'ns of Wn. M C.fJhnson i ,ands' reVrt h to 0x100,1 1,,r onfi 3oar I House bill No. 107, relating to earceltnent , The Mil coming up, Mr. Welch moved to treme unction. Adopted. Third reading anll'etT McK!-d. v growim' out of.ihe ,ho t,me for rre-omrtK, on fwamp lands. flf (oej,. Over for to-day. strike out all after the enacting rlam-e ; Commute- on Finance, bv Senator Trow- all.-ced destruction of their property by the ' 1u,e ,4,!"PCn,lo', hl11 T-l- Rill to amend railroad grant act, rela- je!, prevailed ayes 24. nays S. bridge, against tfse general'and in.iiserin.i- Mor-n '.s .n Heaver Island ( Hill to revise charter of edy ot Port j ,;,ljr to taxation. Passed immediate effect. Mr. Jones, from" committee on fi-janee, i nate Use by the Capitrd f..r the religions-j V bill to amend an act entitled an act to! il".,,n- Ju to autnorze lecumseu ana lmnaee reported a bill to establish a House of In-1 and other meetings, with a jc.nt resolution Senat ... .-.i . . ... :.J Senator Porter moved un Mil to cneour- r.lank road comnanv to discontinue a part ' .l.14.trr in Ii-tmit. Mat bill f..r an nr.r.ro. I witl.r.nt .r,u...i.d ! M. amenu me aci euuuc. au ... , w j nna th -...ftj.- .f 4,, U annriLM.: 1 " ' , ......... t. 7, .... . , , , .. forholdin" terms of the district curt in -j " 7' ,! , , , , t. pnaiion .-r insane .vyium. .viso, mn ap- .-en onger uioiigtit the punjen snoui.j j j;.,uors. the I'Micr Peninsula approved June 1 I rmtlon for sinking and boring Moved ; 1,'ie bill to make good to Peter Mekm- proj ri i'ing ?l.,ooo for State Ib,u-e. All be b ft s-Uw it alwaj.- bd U n loiv, wo, j Mr nf V(.,p m,',r HM..ned. ie-i !.L,.'l tn".M kv "'; to fill the blank with 10,000. Lnt. j ley the destruction of his property by the to sped il . nh r. ! the H -ard of Stste offic-rs The motion i Lo-. I l, approved dan. .i, !-.).. n;,n.-,v t.-, ;nwOTi ..firvr tl.A ai. o .. n. ' 1. i .1- ! . i . i .. i . i . . . . on.. i A. ....I. ... i i ..-. -.iu-j in-. ... .... ...v. i ..oriuoii. iTiiiii'T i i'ii'-it -'i ruM'-a lie Mr i r. x r.riii . iron, com. on nnance. i to roMr-oii"- oaic umu iv. was mm. .i;r. .loncs n.ovf o i. nr-Lc i or. j.i Ac nacorConger from committee on the of Kent, Saginaw. Kverybody , bin. I M said that the citizen had a right r. ported a substitute bill f..r Sta.c Prison.! Senator L'anf.eld off-red a .ubstitnte-1 Lo.-f. Third readir.g. judiciary. rcp..rtod a Mo requiring notices j act to incorp rat. . 1 1- c , , . j wanteJ ,us cmvAy counted in. Tabled. j either to the protection of the State, or pay ; Committee en townsand comdios report-'; not adopted Resolution -ent to third read-1 Mr. Canfield ir.tr.-luc-d a joint resolu ofcajes to W filed ,n ,rJ Jl'c j j S Senator Hirney moved up bill f-r salt I t4r Lis losses. : el bill to organize conntv of Iosco ling. liou relating to ,-,,tag. gi, ing ?o to . ach llird reading ' ' U a hill to provide for' the payment r051,"- Third reading. Measr-. Pond, Iiayden, Rarns, Muzzy, . Mr. Canfield, on leave" introduced a res-; Sen. Rims, from cotnminee oT, State af- j memb. r. 'I hird reading. v .L"4mv i of the exncn.sosVf f tho State 'overnmeut. ' Senator Pennoyer spoke in favor. Sena- j pavi, Rro-lhead and Pennoyor fpoke, pr. : olut'on to adjourn on Mon.L.y at 12 o clock ! fairs, reported ng.iiif liquor Ml! l-n ! Mr. Rrodhead moved up House bill to AFTERNOON SLSlON. i i .1" ;i r.sn I tor Rarns moved to strike out "iive" and ; U!-,(l eo un,,n the merits of the motion to m.. for all purposes except the siening of ; without remmendation as to fishing c J :mcnd eh arti r f C.ty . f J . tr.iit. trder su- Bill to lay out Rridgeport, was passed. ( . tj'ears y'yy anj SG0 " I insert "fen." reconsider the vote, by which the" hole bills, which i extended to Wednes-lay j :.a Jaefeson, Calhoun, Ii.ghani, LUingMoii, ! j eiid-d ''!. j a ! ':v. . 2 J, nay- 1 Bill to amend Kalamazoo charter was .7.. ''''.,' IU .,1,. . ij Iron1 Senators Crouse, Tower aud Rarns spoke subject was tabled, whn that motion pre-, xiiird readiuc4 I and ub ;r counties. Sen. Muzzy mo.-d to immediate io-ct Mountain Railroad Mil concerning the taking o f recogni-. - ' j;' t ' .io., c..n Ms,, a bill to authorize the township of '''"'-- pssed. Immediate eHect Bill to allow parties to testify in certain , eases. Senator longer tpoice agamsi me zmecSi n municipal courts. Policrcf the MIL This bill, he uatd, was; i :n to nnthorize daagfrous, because it allows parties to vol-, Marshall to hold its annual and special . . . mi 1 :il 1.. J j: I . ...... unierrxo testiry. inc om eiciuuca ; elections in the city of Marshall. orce cases, and admits all others, thereby j lso. a bill to amend chapter 4'i ot the Jwrsing the present rule. revised statutes of IS 10, entitled ,4of tim- Honse bill No. 4. relating to an amend- J nn(j um),or floating upon waters, or aett of the law relating to rauroaa corpo- rril,j linon ft(pjining lands. HlL.. J .r. tM vrlfv ' . ... . 1 'U3, Was IrVS-. -.1 1 S mm , , - -TV I ... O. ikcgwry bill came Pood moved to recomm stroctions. fr- iii judiciary committee, insert Cass and Rcrra ti. upon this amendment. Mr. Conger thVt j vailed bv the following vote ayes In, nays I the amendment decidedly "salty. Mr. Ri. The question then came up to lay the ; to w11(m W;is referred Senate bill to regu- j moved to in.-ert Washtenaw and Washing- real estate, j ton. Without thirl reading. iirts in th" I p- ' . n. J ncs from committee -u I lTiance la Ken all tttis lime io t-rmg men. to ineir t hen came un on the i-assae (,t the loint - , . i i - ; o-..u w.a 1 :s etiscove.cd the ; jtlUlt resolution on the table, which did r.o ;,!. eonvevar.ces of lands and 10. 0, and it has t.revail ayes 9, nays 20. The question Also, for holding circuit courts Mr. JN nrov.r n-ov-d nr. Senate bill for c( rtain h ober inn r veme-;ts. 'I hird real- es 21. nays t. j A!so n biI1 to ainond actions i. and . . '"I , r up. when Senator U- f t tl incorporate the city of LTn 1 it the bill with m-! MnrWt approveJ Marcb o, p;;- - '1 : Also, a bill to amend an act entitled an ' j present condition, so that the apptenensions resolution, which prevailed, and the joint ; ot Senator Tower are not well founded. ' resolution was pass-'d ayes 20, nays $. j Senator Runs moved to strike out "thirty" ; Rill to re vis. charter of Port Huron j years and insert "ten." Senator Porter j Passed. : objected. Section 4 struck out. Senator Jones moved from table the tax iseuator longer moved to amend, sotu.u amendment MIL On motion of Mr. Con- nil individuals formed for the bill was recommitted to iudieiary committee, with instructions. R'ii t tpui. h.Vu I j'. at i v removingehal- rej-orted certain amendments to tax lanw. j tie mortgage j.rojtrty pns.-td. Third ; This was the bill which elicited a warm reading. a.i'i i;iii' i ai ui.-H.u--r.n ir-iu'j.ij. ...... manufacture of salt. Third c . t l .!... .-...AO. i . . . . f -i -r n . 1 emitter. .Kii.es moeu i.,e- j""-"" 't"4-" . act to revise the charter ot me cuy o, i-c- . which the tiflll t1qrriA.IfirAu '4l navs i. : 1 T.... K'.T ' . J . The main question was the m'tion to re- Al, a bill for the relief of fractional : , l".-e,.inmitted to .which was Iot ayes nays i. ch.Hd district 2o. V, in the townsiop oi c ra. commit The bill then passed aves 17, nays 14. Senator Rimey's motion to reconsider was lot ayes 10, nays 21. Immediate i ffcet. THREE CHEERS!! Scio and Webster, in Washtenaw county. Also, a bill to attach to town i Ray county certain territory county. Senator Jones moved to reconsider the Capital bill was indefi-. arricd ayes 2.", nays finance com. moved up enacting nor Peninsula Executive message was received, nn i.oiiTiCtng his signature t certain bills. Mr. Conger, from judiciary committee, j Corgcr spoke to the amerdment. en. reported adversely to changing j-owcrs and Muzzy spoke to the same ffeet. He tho't duties of Rjards of Supervisors. Mr. ' Senator Conger's lo p.-r cert, amendment Trvwtr.dgO move! to third rcodinj;. ; iiLi Lard, but Would go f.r lu .einu.. Mr. Hackus. on leave, introduced a Mil 1 Jorcs did not wish to waste time in talking to determine the minority of Charlotte E. for effect. The measure is a simple reve-O-iHev. nue measure. He paid that the measure i- Joint resolution to printing cm tain re-part-. Riii t i hx Lond.s of the .v-hor.l district No. 1. 'f J .ck.n, Mid t i authorizing rais in;; iii l'a.-v-d. Rill to incorjrsib: village t.f tJnion passed. Hill to m'.n.i cliurt'-r - f (.'on;ti.titirje Fr day. Ffh. 11. Senator Conger made a forcible and earnest appeal against the amendment of Mr. Tower moved to a third reading the oT,e of necessity, and the passage of all ap- parsed. the tax law, and In favor of the n r- al of eompel every man to drink all he bought, i K.roe effect. Senator C . i- '..,;,.- .c ,.f and this I e accomplished by rtrikiDg o-:t to some effect. Senator unships within ; ca;lso tf mX am; nJ tLe T(Vlvsin .law b' i dectment, in cases of lands sold f,r tax th-; word '-away4' after J taken." which pre- j point of the injustice of - -i auuiug a tccuou rc.aiing io prevent. ug pui-1 . v within said . . . . , ., n . ce Haviug r ting in worthless bail or security. Senator ; w " , 1 1 .1. .1 1 m 11'' - " U warner noneo mat ine anienameni ffi ni l to organize township of Fairbanks i Also, a bill to incorporate the village t Rof bj printC(1 R,Vcon,mitted to Ju lici- w passed. Immediate eltect. j raw i aw. the tint corp.. s law was Also, a bill to organize the county of Is- Kill to amend habea then r.i4vl abel!a Uortes'ead bill then came up. Pissed Also, a bill to amend an act entitle,! an yes 57. n:ir 0 act to provide for the sale of swamp lands Bill to amend Michigan Central Rail-! and the reclamation thereof, and to secur eu charter passed by a two-thirds vote, i the pre-emption claims of se ii.l to establish grades in high schools, j approved reb. 4, I?o. tuft. Agricultural Society of Wavne and Passed. Also, a bill to amend section 21.o ot the Nyai-ate"aw BiU to ascertain lhe annual Cereal pro compiled laws of 1 So t. . Senator Crouso moved up Senate bill in "90i -Michigan. Some discussion tooK ; Also, a Nil n arwc.i rerwn. l4V'' .' : relation to special election P, and various motions were made, and , towns to towrships in the county of . agt- s:en.lor t;on.T(vr moved narlj a motion wis nad to pxtpor.e in- naw. Senator Trowbridge moved that the spe cial order he thirl reading, at '2 o'clock, P. M Senator Por.d moved up a bill relative . i to gifts and beouests to religious pieties, ttlers thereon, -. m to C30sti. to strike out all xhautcd his five ruinuU: by unanimous coDseiit, gave leave to go on. Scnitor Welch sp-oke against the repeal Senator Rirney answered Mr. Conger, and showed that there are two sides to the question. Senator Towr opposed the views of Senator Conger with great earnestness He said that with regard to farmers suffer ing under this law, the boot is on the other leg. The non-resident landholder is the sufferer, if anybody. The law, even as it is. gives the non-resident three year ad vantage over the resident. Senator Davis was opi-osed to a repeal bill to amend the liouor law. Mr. Conger nror-riationa are useless, if these amend- moved to amend, so that the bill should nients prevail. Senator T.-wcr sp-'ke to r-cnat-r Longer spoke agun Jones sp.oke to the the law, and deci- railed r:es 2L nays a. ded that thre is innistice. enaor V. ekh Mr. Carf enter moved to strike out all ; opposed the ameiidtuent. On motion to after "drunk." Mr. Canfield moved to lay ; strike out. Senator Rarns moved a call of on the't ille lest. the Senate. Senator Conger s amendment Mr. Oro-tenor moved to reconsider the i prevailed by the casting vote of the Chair vote by which Flint charter went to a third ; Senator Conger off-red an amendment lini- Hoodiey tabled. readinrr. and to commit to eomcnttce "n'mnfr the tax-nurchaer to two years m ,j..n t res.,ut.n in r on ' itin the tax-purchaer to two years m bank? and ineorpirations. Carried. j which to bring action, which prevailed giving ach w mVr tfo not passed. Mr. Davis moved to refer Houce bill f r ayes 2S, nav2. He also moved an amend- Riii to amend Sute j ri.s..n act. geological survey to committee on mines ; merit, limiting present tax owners to one Rill to lay ret State road from Saginaw and mineral-. years. Adopted. Senator Iiayden spoke city to Alma, Oratiot county pa-sed- Mr. Porer moved up a resv.luticn to send rgninst the bill. It i. he said, bad jo.iey, cc-inmunieation to Senator Hayden'g wife, 1 and will distract a!l the revenues c the containing Lis excuse for his tardiness at ' State. Senator Hirney did not like the roll-call, with a fu'l-lenUi portrait of the bill. Senator Mills Fpoke sensibly np- Senator J ow- Rill t, prevent the adulteration of liquor?. Senator Rart.s r orttd an amendment that it c rfs not r i,fli-r with tie present liqU'.r law, whirl) wa1: ad t'd passed. f;i!l i r-mend L., in relation to lotte ries in o?!, r Statrs. d jirg busineM in Mifhigjn pa.-s'-d. Joint lari--n reading to f.remr n of tLc House and . nntc jfLS-d. Joii.t n sf.iution f ;r the reiitfof iarrctt .tioti to jiage. voung ladv wl:o occasioned the delay. ! on the impolicy limitation a motion irw i.-id f.. rv.wfr.ill'e in- naw. caMi.-n IT. ctvrvir..1 rvrv tYt.. f.Mr -.'. . C-..,. V.IH ts. n.-.rr r.l viUr.A --mi-.snioa ' .to TKird rpadir Ares 1 t . naVS ouiK -,...i l- ..... 1' r.. Ufm.T to tsxes. laoieu. " - r- ti: .... . ... m-j- , , ' ....ota init.ci in . .nrd rv"it.-. .U.ni! .'11. .uui.u.u. i Jiill ivu'iui Bill ti vt .i:,c -.j. t ... i.a t.,of"iTi tn reconsider, a c. ns:der- rdat the session of 1S.V7, was then I able discussion sprung up, in which Sena !ed ayes 25. mvs 2. Immediate ef-tors Conger, Jones, liny den, Trowbridge, lect. BiU to establish a State jjeyce's "Landing to St. Joseph ed immediate effect. Dili. . . "unamend the corporate act l)wwi2Q of Mi..b;n;mnA;nn.. , ti,; o1y re.ie if n-;.: .w ' .i. L: u-.i 1 y ."iai rapreuiaey apuu ntc lice uau .h;vii s1"-"- - , i . wef Michigan. The hill passed. i Senator Jones called up bill to amend 17. ! rvrvn.-.s!fA AHirA in ilblfA AFTERNOON SESSION. tbe nrnocd3iert. enator monger sf-oKe wun great rorcc printed. .!.. .i :. . vj ti r- Tabled and L ... 1 .. lha mn.itl r,f I pnnil 'j ' C T . .1 1M1 4. . J (Davis, Welch, lower, and - i bill to iusult Gov. Ringham in respect to w rtin to townshm burial -ronn.!: ad tnmirart. Motion to postpone m,i,nnm.y filHD, a certain vacancy in a euntv oSce i Tfcird re.d'n- nver Most Thirl j reading .. toa Bm , came cf nampton. in i Rill to authoriz- r armors and .decnan- f i ... "i1' . v . i tftird r.SADiNG. i Inham cou-ity. Thirl reading. Tl,;rd reading (therein. Failed to pas -ayes 13, -cays ! ton s papers, appropriating ci.vw. miro Mr. Welch moved to reconsider the vote bv which the tax amendment Mil went to . a third reading, with the intention of re- i tur(j readin'4'of bills to be on different diys AFTERNOON SESSION. Rule si'tended re-or-n:cg second a-id - ; ferrirg the bill to the committee en nance. Lost. TtnED F.KADTNG. ' reading. E- ! voa oniTKTdod for the dr.v. Bill to amend chapter of Constitution. . Third reading. Riii to prevent attornies frcrn being snre-; Bill to crgantre village of Orion ty iu criminal matters. Taseed. Thirl reading. Mr. Ilovt moved to amend title, to read j Bill to lay out road from Pert.acd to Me an set to f revent taking straw baiL costa. Concurred m House amendmerrt HI!! to lay out lorJaand Houghton Lake Stat- r-Xtd. to Strait jrf Mackinaw passed. Rill to amend C. L., 9t Vj lalT of Sa porinten lent of Public Instruction passed. Rill to an.OLd tax law pai.d. EVEN I N Ts ESSION. i:0l;E I-iLLts. Regioiry law ctme up. Bill to establish graded and high schools. Joint reso!uior. relation to distribution rf Seeeicn Li4 referred to State officers. Rill to prohibit fi ttDg log rn Muske- yryn river third reading. Tabled and' printed. Mr. Ilivden offered a resolution allow ! in? Religious Societies the use of the Capitol.