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on tlie table, the yeas and nays were called,
aud the motion tabled by the following
'eas: Anderson, Barber. Blackman, Bow
» Campbell, CoupUmd, Daigle,
K„° T aU "P- Jngiid.am, Jenks,
*V °; Lewis, Noland, Kagan, Smith
Swords, Thomas, Thompson, Wilcox-5 '
Nays; Patch, Harris, Hunsaker, Lvnch
bay, Sypher, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney—o!
By Mr. Anderson:
Senate bill No. 227, to be entitled an act
granting to John Weaver the right to estab
lish and maintain a ferry across the Bayou
I'ornie, in the parish of St. Landry.
1 he bill was considered engrossed
The constitutional rule was suspended
by a tour-fifths affirmative vote, the bill
nad its third and last time, and finally
adopted with its title. J
By Mr. Barber:
Senate bill No. lfil, to be entitled an act
to amend an act entitled "An act to or
gum/.e, arm and equip a uniform militia- to
provide for its instruction, duties, govern
ment. etc., and to make further provisons
tor .state militia."
The bill was considered engrossed.
The constitutional rule was further sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, the
lull read its third time, aud finally adopted
with its title.
By Mr. Blackman:
House bill No. 274, to be entitled an act
for the relief of T. O. Mays, of the parish
c»i 1 Hen vilie.
I *ii8sed ite first- reading.
The constitutional rule was then sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, and
the bill put upon its second reading.
I Le bill was adopted on second reading.
The constitutional rule was further sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote,
the bill read its third and last time, and
•finally adopted with its title.
By Mr. Bowman:
A resolution reported by the Committee
on Levees on the day previous.
Mr. Lynch moved to lay the resolution
on the table.
Adopted.
By Mr. Butler:
House bill No. 117, to be entitled an act
tixmg the domicile of the New Orleans, Baton
Kongo and Vicksburg Railroad Company,
giving to the courts of New Orleans in cer
tain cases, authorizing stockholders and
directors' meetings to be held outside of the
city ol New Orleans, granting to parish
courts jurisdiction over proceedings for the
expropriation of property, etc., providing
tlie mode of proceeding in and removal from
such parish courts, and providing against
the suspension ot the operations of the com
pany in cases of appeal or otherwise.
The constitutional rule was suspended
by a four-fifths affirmative vote, the bill
read its third and last time, and finally
adopted with its title.
RESOLUTIONS.
Mr. Noland ottered the following resolu
tion. and moved a suspension of the rules to
act upon the same:
Revolted, That the Assistant Secretary,
Minute Clerk, Chief Enrolling Clerk and
Engrossing Clerk, be allowed four hundred
dollars as compensation for extra services
for the Senate during this session.
Was taken up by consent.
Previous question being called on the
motion to adopt, on a c-all of the yeas and
nays the main question was ordered by the
following vote: *
Yeas: Campbell, Fish, Harris, Herwig,
Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, Lewis, Noland,
Pierce, Kay, Swords, Thomas, Twitchell,
Todd, Wilcox—16.
Nays: Anderson. Antoine, Blackman, But
ler. Coupland, Gallup. Herwig, Hunsaker,
McMillen, Kagan, Smith, Twitchell, Thomp
son. Wilcox—11.
The yeas and nays being called on the
motion to adopt, the Senate refused to
adopt the resolution by the following vote:
Yeas: Barber, Campbell, Fish, Harris,
Herwig, Jenks, Kelso, McMillen. Noland,
Pierce, Pinchback, Kagan, Todd, Whitney,
Wilcox—la.
Nays: Anderson, Antoine, Blackman, But
!er. Coupland. Daigle, Futch, Gallup, In
graham. Lewis, Ragan, Kay, Smith, Swords,
Sypher, Thomas, Thompson, Twitchell—17.
By Mr. Campbell:
Senate bill No. 254, to be entitled an act
defining the obligations of the city of New
< »rleans to be redeemed as part of the
Coating debt under the provisions of sec
tion fori y, .act No. 7, approved March 1C,
I87S. and to enforce the same.
< in motion to suspend the constitutional
rule to put the bill on its third reading, the
rule was suspended, on a call of tlie yeas
ami nays, by the following vote:
Yeas: Anderson. Antoine, Barber, Bow
man. Butler, Campbell, Gallup, Herwig,
Hunsaker. Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, Lewis,
Lvnch. McMillen, Noland, Pierce, Pinch
back Kagan, Smith, Sypher, Thompson.
Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox—26.
Nays: Blackman, Coupland, Fish, Futch,
Harris, Thomas—6.
Tlie bill was considered engrossed,
read its third and last time, and finally
adopted with its title.
By Mr. Coupland:
House bill No. 218, an act to amend and
re-enact an act to reorganize the Bureau of
Immigration, etc.
< in a call of the yeas and nays the bill
was postponed by the following vote:
Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Black
man. Bowman, Butler, Campbell, Daigle,
Kish, Futch, Harris, Herwig, Ingraham,
Jenks. Kelso, Lewis, Lynch, MoMillen, No
land, Pinchback, Ragan. Ray*
Thomas, Thompson, Twitchell, Whit
nev— 27 .
Navs: Coupland, Gallup, Hunsaker,
Pierce, Smith, Sypher, Todd, Wilcox—8.
Mr. Butler having voted with the majority
upon the resolution to pay certain clerks of
the Senate for extra services, moved the
reconsideration of the vote whereby the
Senate refused to adopt the said resolution.
The resolution was taken up, the vote re
considered, and the resolution, after being
amended, was adopted so as to read:
Revolted, That the following employes of
the Senate be paid the sums following out
ol the contingent fund of the Senate tor
extra services rendered, to wit:
The Sergeant-at-Arms, four hundred dol
lars- tlie Assistant Secretary, four hundred
dollars; the Minute Clerk, four hundred dol
lars- Sergeant Thomas Wynne, four hundred
dollars; Chief Engrossing Clerk, four hun
dred dollars; Chief Messenger, two hundred
dollars; Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, two
hundred dollars ; Postmaster, two hundred
dollars ; each page and porter, fitty dollars;
P. J. D'Avv, Chief Enrolling Clerk, two hun
dred dollars; Chief Enrolling Clerk, four
hundred dollars and L. S. King, two bun
dred dollars; Doorkeeper, one hundred doi
That the Secretary of the
Innate be authorized to continue for the
*rm of fifteen days the services ol the Entry
Clerk and Journal Clerk, so as to complete
their work, and that they be paifl their per
'hem out of the contingent fund oi the
knate. . i
Hr. Jenks offered the following resolu
tion :
Revolted, That the President of the Senate
he allowed to draw bis per diem extra ot
eight dollars per dav for the session, to oe
Paid out of the contingent fund ol tae
Vitiate.
On motion of Mr. Anderson the resolu
tion was amended by striking out "eight
an d inserting "sixteen."
Resolution was adopted as amended.
The name of Mr. Daigle having been
reached on the call, he gave way to Mr.
Lynch, v
Mr. Lynch then called up Senate bill No.
-48, making appropriations for the general
expenses of the State for the year ending
the thirty-first day of December, 1871,
and moved the following House amend
ments be concurred in, to wit:
In line three hundred and thirty-six strike
out "thirty thousand" and insert "fifty
thousand dollars."
h or contingent expenses of the General
Assembly, strike out. "sixty" and insert
one hundred and twenty-five thousand
dollars; the warrants to be registered in the
office of the State Treasurer in accordance
with the provisions of an act No. 22. ap
proved the fifteenth of February, 1871."
Strike out the appropriation for Inspector
ot the State Penitentiary, say twelve hun
dred dollars, and leave blank.
Strike out twenty-five hundred dollars
for the Protector Fire Insurance Company.
Strike out two thousand dollars for the
Baptist Association, of Waterproof.
Strike out the entire section three.
Make line 453 read " to pay a judgment.
No. 19,731, versus the State of Louisiana,
the sum ol ninety-six thousand seven hun
dred and thirty dollars and eighty-four
cents ($96,730 84), being principal, interest
and costs of said suit."
The items were taken up. read and finally
concurred in by the Senate as follows:
Mr. Noland called tlie previous question
on the motion to concur in the amendment
to line 453.
The main question was ordered.
On call of the yeas and nays, the Senate
concurred in the amendment by the follow
ing vote:
Yeas: Anderson. Barber, Bowman.
Campbell, Fish, Futch, Gallup, Harris. Ker
wig, Hunsaker, Jenks. Lewis. Lynch, No
land, Pierce, Pinchback. Kagan. Ray,
Swords. Sypher. Thomas. Twitchell. Wliit
nev. Wilcox—24.
Nays: Butler, Coupland. Daigle. Ingra
ham. Kelso, Smith, Thompson, Todd—8.
Mr. Noland called the previous question
on the motion to concur in the amendment
of the House upon the item for the contin
gent expenses of the General Assembly.
The main question was ordered.
On call of the yeas and nays the amend
ment was concurred in by the following
vote:
Yeas: Anderson, Antoine. Burlier. But
ler, Campbell, Fish, Futch, Gallup, Harris.
Herwig, Hunsaker, Jenks. Kelso, Lewis,
Lynch. Noland. Pierce, Pinchback. Ragan.
Ray, Swords, Sypher, Twitchell, Whitnev,
Wilcox—25.
Nays: Blackman. Bowman. Conpland.
Daiglp, Ingraham, Smith, Thomas, Thomp
son. Todd—9.
Tlie other items were concurred in y, Itli
out call of the yeas and nays.
Mr. Antoine, after giving his assent to the
concurrence of the House amendments, de
sired that it go upon the minutes, that lie
did so, at that late stage of the proceedings,
under protest, being convinced that the
Senate bad better concur in tlie amendments,
unjust as they were in part, rather than en
danger the final passage of the bill.
Mr. Ingraham desired the following pro
test to be spread upon the minutes, the ap
propriation bill being on its final passage:
Gkxrkal Asskmri.t op Louisiana. Y
Senate Chamber. '
New Orleans, March 2, 1871. y
The undersigned votes "no," because of
the vast amount of uncalled for items in the
appropriation bill, appropriating the peo
ple's money to various objects and purposes
which I believe to be unworthy of any
State aid. and calculated to cause all respect
for civil government in this State to cease
on the part of the people.
Respectfully submitted.
' JAMES II. INGRAHAM
Mr. Daigle called up House bill No. 74, to
be entitled an act for the relief of E. North
Cullom. of Avoyelles parish, and for other
purposes.
Mr. Anderson moved that the amendment
proposed by the Committee on Claims be
laid upon the table.
Adopted.
The bill was read and considered cn_
grossed for a third reading.
The constitutional rule was suspend
ed by a four-fifths affirmative vote, the
bill read its third and last'time, and finally
adopted with its title.
Mr. Antoine called up House bill No. 191
on first reading.
Passed its first reading.
The constitutional rule was then sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote,
the bill put on its second reading, and
adopted.
Tlie constitutional rule was further sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote, the
bill was read its third and last time, and
finally adopted with its title.
Mr. Fish called up House bill No. 91. an
act to facilitate the Land Improvement
Company.
Passed its first reading.
Mr. Himsaker offered the following reso
lution, which was adopted:
Revolted, That a committee of three be
appointed by the President whose duty
shall be to investigate and examine the
books and accounts of tlie Warrant Clerk,
and that said committee be and they are
hereby authorized to send for persons and
papers, and to continue said examination
during tlie vacation of the Senate, and to
report at the next session some plan for the
future disbursement of the contingent fund
of the Senate; provided, that the said com
mittee shall receive no compensation there
for, aud that said examination shall be con
ducted without expense to the State.
The President then announced that he
had appointed as the committee to examine
the accounts of the Warrant Clerk Messrs.
Hunsaker, Pinchback and Coupland.
EXECUTIVE MESSAGES.
State op Louisiana, i
Executive Department, >
New Orleans, March 2,1871.)
To the Honorable President and Members of the
Senate:
I am directed by his Excellency the Gov
ernor to inform your honorable body that
he has approved and signed—
An act to form a new parish, to be called
the parish of Red River.
An act to fix the terms of the district
court in the Fourteenth Judicial District.
An act to fix the salaries of the Chief
Justice and Associate Justices of the Su
preme Court. Q d BRAGDOX
Private Secretary.
house message.
To the Honorable President and Members of
the Senate:
Gentlemen —I am instructed by the
House to ask concurrence in the following
b *Housc bill No. 9. an act for the relief of
Lewis M. Dawes, late assessor ot Mate
taxes for the parish of Caldwell.
House bill No. 108, an act for the relief of
William W. Ducoin, late additional clerk
in the Third Ward Registrar's office, third
election precinct of the parish ol Orleans,
citv of New Orleans. , ..
House bill No. 129, joint resolution in
structing the Auditor to issue warrants lot
certificates Nos. 184 and 185, given bv 8.
Wrotnoski, President of the Board of Con
trol of the Louisiana State Penitentiary.
House bill No. 262, an act granting terry
privileges to F. A. Hams, ol the parish of
Calcasieu, his heirs and assigns.
House bill No. 276, an act to amend sec
tion one of an act to repeal and re-enact
the second paragraph of the seventh section
of an act entitled an act to incorporate the
town of PontchatouJa, ol Ln
ingston, approved hebrnary 28 ,
House bul No. 277, an act to amend sec
tion one of an act relative to the Supreme
Court, and regulate the terms thereof, the
proceedings therein appeals thereto, and
jirocesses against the sureties on appeal
bonds, approved March 16, 1870.
And House bill No. 278, an act to provide
for the removal of obstructions in Tangipa
hoa river, and the improving of the naviga
tion of the same, and making an appropria
tion therefor.
WILLIAM VIGERS,
Chief Clerk.
To llie Honorable President and members ol' the
Senate:
Gentlemen— I am instructed by tli
House to ask concurrence in the following:
House bill No. 283, an net to incorporate
the Louisiana aud Texas Steamship Com
pany.
House bill No. 218, an act to reorganize
the Bureau of Immigration, etc.
WILLIAM VIGERS,
Chief Clerk.
To tlie Honorable President and Members of the
Senate:
Gentlemen— I am directed by the House
to ask the concurrence of the Senate in the
following:
House bill No. 107, an act to incorporate
tlie Sons of Emmet Benevolent Associa
tion of the city of New Orleans, etc.
House hill No. 122, an act to incorporate
the Morning Star Benevolent Association,
etc.
WILLIAM VIGERS.
Chief Clerk.
To the Honorable President and Members of the
Senate:
1 am directed to ask the z'oneurrence of
your honorable bodv in House bill No. 282.
WILLIAM VIGERS,
Chief Clerk.
To tlie Honorable President anil M<niters of the
Senate:
The House has concurred m the appropri
ation hill with amendments.
WILLIAM VIGERS.
Chief Clerk.
To tlie Honorable (President and Members of th»
Senate: '
Gentlemen— The House has concurred
in the following Seuate bills, viz:
Senate bill No, 62, an act to amend and
re-enact an act entitled "ar. act to reorgan
ize the State Land Office," etc.
Substitute for Senate bill No. 161, an art
to amend the militia bill.
Senate bill No. 241. an act to place the
Franklin College, at Opelousas, Louisiana,
under the control of the State Board of Ed
ucation, etc.
Senate bill No. 254, an act defining the
obligations of the city of New Orleans to be
redeemed as part of the floating debt, under
tlie provisions of section forty, act No.
7, approved sixteenth of March. 1870, and to
enforce the same.
Substitute for Senate bill No. 11, an act
relative to Thomas Markey, relieving bun
from his tutorship, etc.
To inform the Senate that the House has
concurred in Senate amendments to House
bill No. 273, relative to city park, etc.
Senate .joint resolution' No. 18. joint reso
lution to raise a joint committee to collect
from the United States the value of cotton
and other property turned over to the
United States at tlie time of the surrender.
WILLIAM VIGERS,
Chief Clerk.
MESSAGES TO Tim HOUSE.
The Secretary, asked the concurrence of
the House in Senate bill N'o. 240. to pro
vide for the adjustment and settlement of
Metropolitan Police claims and assessments.
And informed the House that the Senate
had concurred in House amendments to
Senate bill No. 107, to incorporate the city
of Shreveport, etc.
Also, House bill No. 163. joint resolution
authorizing and requiring the transfer of
David Fisher aud J. C. Oliver from the
parish jail of Ascension to the parish of
Jefferson.
House bill No. 119, granting an appropria
tion of money to remove the obstructions
from the Amite river, etc.
House bill No. 269, for the relief of the
citizens of Bienville parish, etc.
House bill No. 156. to incorporate the
Louisiana Steamship Company of New
Orleans.
Asked concurrence in Senate amendments
to House bill No. 273, to amend and re-enact
sections one, twelve, thirteen and seventeen
of an act to establish a public park in the
city of New Orleans.
Asked concurrence in Senate bill No. 188,
for the relief of Mrs. Mary Barlow.
Senate bill No. 227, granting to John
Weaver the l ight to'establish a ferry across
the Bavou Caune. in the parish of St. Lan
dry.
Substitute for Senate bill No. 161, to
amend an act to organize, arm and equip a
uniformed militia, etc.
Senate bill No. 254, defining the obliga
tions of the city of New Orleans to be re
deemed as part of the floating debt, under
the provisions of section 40, act No. 7, ap
proved March 16, 1870; and to enforce the
same.
Senate concurred in House amendments
to Senate bill No. 248, making appropria
tions, etc.
The Secretary informed the House that
the Senate had concurred ill the following
House bills:
No. 263, an act granting wharf privileges
to James H. Cosgrove, of Natchitoches
parish.
No. 225, an act relative to juries in the
parish of Caddo.
No. 164, an act for the improvement of the
navigation of the River Tehefuncta and
Bogue Talia.
No. 113, an act supplementary to the sev
eral acts relating to the town of Franklin,
fixing the salary of the Mayor and Council
men, and granting to said Mayor and Coun
cil certain powers.
No. 274, an act for the relief of T. O.
Mays, of the parish of Bienville.
No. 117, an act fixing the domicile of the
New Orleans, Baton Rouge aud Vicksburg
Railroad Company, etc. '
No. 74, an act for the relief ot E. North
Cullom. of the parish of Avoyelles, aud for
other purposes.
No. 191, an act to change the time of hold
ing sessions of the district court in the
Tenth Judicial District, etc.
And that the Senate had rejected
House bill No. 55, an act to prevent frauds
in the sale and shipment of cotton at the
port of New Orleans, and to provide for
and regulate the inspection thereof.
House bill No. 16, an act to amend an act
entitled "An act to incorporate the Bayou
Rapides Navigation Company," etc.
The Secretary informed the House that
the President of the Senate had signed the
following enrolled bills:
An act tor the relief of the parish of Jef
ferson. right bank of the Mississippi river.
An act to reimburse certain taxes illegally
imposed under act No. 45, approved April
4, 1865.
An act to authorize the compilation of a
new and official map of the State.
An act to incorporate the Roncal Water
Power Manufacturing Company in the par
ish of Tangipahoa.
Aft act to amend and re-enact an act en
titled " an act to regulate the oyster fisher
ies on the bays and coasts of the State," etc
An act to incorporate the Francs-Amis
Benevolent Association of New Orleans,
Louisiana.
An act to incorporate the city of Monroe,
etc.
Ah act to amend and re-enact an act en
titled "an act for the reliet of purchasers
of sixteenth sections," approved March 13.
1866.
An act granting wharf privileges to James
H. Cosgrove, of Natchitoches parish.
An act relative to juries in the parish of
Caddo.
An act for the improvement of the nav
igation of the river Tehefuncta and Bogue
Falia.
An act supplementary to the several acts
relating to tlie town of Franklin, etc.
Ad act for the relief of T. O. Mays, of
the parish of Bienville.
An act fixing the domicile of the New
Orleans, Baton Rouge and Vicksburg Rail
road Company, etc.
An act for the relief of E. North Cullom
etc.
An act to change the tirao of holding ses
sions of the district court in the Tenth
Judicial District, etc.
An act to amend an act to provide for the
removal of obstructions in Bayou Bartholo
mew, etc.
An act to incorporate the Board of
Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church
South, at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
An act to purchase five hundred copies of
a treatise on attachments, etc.
An act granting an appropriation of
money to remove the obstructions from the
Auiite river, etc.
An act to grant the aid of the State to the
Lafourche and Terrebonne Draining aud
Land Improvement Company.
An act for the deepening of the water on
the bar existing at Pass-a-l'Outie, etc.
An act to incorporate the Louisiana
Steamship Company.
Joint "resolution authorizing and requiring
the transfer of David Fisher, et ah, from
Ascension to Jefferson.
An act to change the time of holding the
sessions of the District Court in the Tenth
Judicial District.
An act for the reliet of the trustees of the
New Orleans Methodist Depository, etc.
An act to regulate the mode of trying
cases arising under tiie provisions of article
thirteen of the constitution, etc.
An act for the relief of citizens of Bien
vilie parish, etc.
An act to incorporate the Crescent City
Waterworks, etc.
An act to relieve the State from its obli
gations to guaranty the second mortgage
bonds of the New Orleans, Mobile and Chat
tanooga Railroad Company.
An act to amend sections one, twelve,
thirteen and seventeen of the City Park
act,
Tlie Secretary requested the signature < f
the Speaker to the following enrolled bills:
An act to incorporate the Alexandria
Homer and Fulton Railroad Company, and
to grant State aid thereto.
An act to amend section two, and to re
peal section three of an act to provide for
the payment or funding of the floating debt
of the State, etc.
An act to establish an institution for tlie
instruction of the blind, and an industrial
home for the blind, at Baton Rouge.
An act for the relief of the Centennary
College of Louisiana.
An act to incorporate the Cosmopolitan
Bank of New Orleans.
An act to provide for the cleaning oiri of
Bayou Portage and Bayou Mayers, etc.
An act reorganizing the police juries of
this State, prescribing the number thereof,
and the mode of election, and fixing their
duties and compensation.
An art in aid of the New Orleans Academy
of Sciences.
An act to create the parish of Vernon,
and providing for the organization thereof.
An act authorizing the Secretary of State
to purchase two thousand copies of the
Louisiana Magistrates and Parish Officers
Guide.
An act to incorporate the Atcliafalaya
Bay Company of Louisiana, for the purpose
of making a deep channel through the said
bay, to facilitate tlie carrying on of com
mercial intercourse between the States of
Louisiana and Texas and toreign countries.
An act to authorize Eugene McCarthy to
sue the State of Louisiana.
An act to incorporate the Sons of Israel
Association of the town of Natchitoches.
An act indorsing an ordinance of the Po
lice Jury of Morehouse parish, relative to a
courthouse tax.
An act to provide for the preservation of
the records and documents of the late First
Judicial District Court of Louisiana, parish
of Orleans.
An act to place tlie Franklin College, at
Opelousas, Louisiana, tinder the control of
the State Board of Education, etc.
An act to alter and shorten a part of the
public road leading from the Mississippi
liver to Bayou Barataria. Jefferson parish,
right bunk, and to provide for making the
new part thereof.
An aet to authorize the city of New Or
leans to construct, or cause to be cons
tructed, by contract or otherwise, a shell
road from Marigny canal to Lake Pontchar
tiain, to authorize the collection of tolls for
the use of the same, etc.
An act to amend and re-enact artiele 573
of the Code of Practice.
An act for the relief of persons who, prior
to 1861, purchased s"eliool lands.
An act to amend and re-enact section
eleven of an aet entitled "an act to incor
porate the North Louisiana and Texas Rail
road Companv," approved September 26,
1868.
An act to extend the commission ap
pointed by an aet relative to veterans, ap
proved October 13,1868, and March 16,1870.
An act amending an act to incorporate
the town of Breaux Bridge.
An act to incorporate the town of Bra
shear, in the parish of St. Mary.
An act to incorporate the Lene Star Be
nevolent Association of the parish of West
Feliciana.
An act to emancipate Paul Lisso, minor
sou of Pauline Lisso.
An act to incorporate the Morning Star
Benevolent Association of Shreveport,
Louisiana.
An act granting ferry privileges to Messrs.
O. C. French. H. II. Harris, etc., at Vidalia,
etc.
Au act to release the damages for the
non-payment of taxes, etc.
Joint resolution to authorize the New Or
leans, Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad
Company to change its name, etc.
An act for the relief of R. P. Bruton.
An act to correct typographical errors in
the Revised Civil Code.
An act to ratify and confirm a compro
mise made between the city of Shreveport
and the assigns and representatives of the
Shreveport Town Company.
An aet to authorize the Governor of the
State of Louisiana to grant leave of ab
sence to State and parish officers.
An act making an appropriation to close
Kimball's bayou, in Concordia parish.
Au act to amend and re-enact an act en
titled "an act to reorganize the State Land
Office, aud to provide for the disposition of
public lands and for the survey of un
surveyed approved swamp lands, and to
make appropriations therefor."
An aet amending an act providing for the
funding of the State debt.
An act to amend the militia bill.
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An act relative to the floating debt of the
city.of New Orleans.
An act relative to Thomas Markey, tutor.
Joint resolution relative to claims for cot
ton. etc., and against tlie United States.
Mr. Hunsaker moved that the Senate do
now adjourn sine die.
On a call of the yens and nays the Senate
decided to adjourn sine die by the follow
ing vote:
Yeas: Antoine, Blackman. Bowman. But
ler, Coupland, Futch, Hunsaker, Kelso,
Lewis, Lynch, Pierce, Pinchback, Sypher,
Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Whitney—17.
Nays: Anderson, Barber, Daigle, Fish,
Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, Ingra
ham, Jenks, Ragan, Kay, Swords, Twitchell,
Wilcox—14.
The President then announced that the
Senate had adjourned sine die.
CHARLES H. MERRITT,
Secretary of the Senate.
ATOTIONJl^ES.
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
PROPERTY IN
DISTRICT.
THE SECOND
ASSIGNEE'S SALK IN BANKRUPTCY.
BY ORDER OF K. E. NORTON, ASSIGNEE.
IN THE MATTER OF FRANCIS MOUSEY, BANK
rupt.
District Court of the United States of America for
the District of Louisiana—No. 1079.
B y v. e.
ti
GIRARDEY & CO M AUO
io i leers—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—
TUESDAY, March 14. 1871. at twelve o'clock
M., at the Merchants aucl Auctioneers' Ex
change, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of
an order of the Honorable K. H. Durell,
Judge of the District Court of the United States of
America for the District of Louisiana, sitting in
bankruptcy, dated the fifteenth day of February,
1871, and rendered in the above entitled matter of
Francis Mooney, bankrupt, will be sold by public
auction the following described and valuable prop
erty, to wit—
1. THREE LOTS OF GROUND, situate in tlie First
District of this city, in the square bounded by Dor
genois, Rocheblave, Banks and Common streets,
designated by the Nos. 6,7 and8 and measuring
each twenty-seven feet front on Banks street, by
one hundred and ten feet deep. Acquired by pur
chase at Sheriff's sale, iu the mutter of P. F. Le
Rond vs. his creditors. No. 10.-30 of the docket of
the Sixth District Court. Sheriffs deed dated
August 15, 1863.
2. A LOT OF GROUND, situated in tlie Second Dis
trict of this < ity, designated by tlie No. 114 oi square
6, comprised between Rocheblave, Dorgeuois, Du
maine and St. Philip streets, having in American
measure, thirty-seven feet frout on Diunnine
street, by one hundred and seventy-five feet, nine
inches, seven and a hall lines deep. Acquired by
purchase from succession of H. J. Domiugon, as
per act passed before Antoine Doriocourt, notary
public, dated November 19, 1866.
3. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated in
the Second District of New Orleans, in the suburb
Trenie, and designated by the Nos. 107 and 108 of
square No. 6, bounded by Dumame, St. Philip,
Rocheblave and Dorgenois streets,on apian drawn
by C. A. de Armas, the seventeenth ot April, 1852,
aud deposited in the office of Joseph Cuvillier,
notary public; which lots adjoin each other, and
measure, English measure, each twenty-nine feet,
nine inches and seven lines front on Dumaiue
street, by a depth as follows, to wit:
Lot No. 107, one hundred and one feet seven inches
five aud a half lines in depth on the line which di
vides it from lot No. 10b, aud lot Wo. 108. one hun
dred and one feet five inches six aud a half lines in
depth on the line dividing it from lot No. 107. and
one hundred aud tine feet four inches five lines on
the line dividiug it from lot No. 109.
ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, in same
square and designated by the No. 106, on
the above plan, which iot forms the cor
ner of Dumaine and Dorgenois streets and
measures twenty-nine feet ten inches front on
Dumaine street by one hundred and one feet eight
inches and half .a line in depth and front on Dorge
nois street, and one hundred aud out* feet six inches
and five aud a half lines in depth on the op]»osite
line; together with all the buildings and improve
ments, etc.
Acquired by purchase from Edward Orevon, as
per act before Joseph Cuvillier, notary public,
dated May 8. 1866.
TWO LOTS OF GROUND situated in the Second
District of this city, in square No. 6, hounded by
Dumaine, St. Philip, Rocheblave and Dorgenois
streets, which hits adjoin each other, and on a plan
ofC. A. De Armas, dated seventeenth April, 1852,
deposited in the office of Joseph Cuvillier, notary
public, under the Nos. 104 and 105. and measure
each thirty feet front on Dorgenois, bv one hundred
and forty-nine feet one iuchand fjui lines in depth,
English'measure, together with all the buildings
and improvements, etc., acquired by purchase
from Henry Michel, as per act before Joseph
Cuvillier. notary public, dated February 27, 1865.
5. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, Nos. 99 am!
100,situated in the Second District of this city, in the
square comprised between Rocheblave. Dorgeuois,
Dumaiue and St. Philip streets, and being the No.
6. on a plan drawn by C. A. de Annas, on tlie seven
teenth April, 1852, and deposited in tlie office oi
Joseph Cuvillier, notary public in this city. Said
lots adjoin eaeh other aud measure as follows:
Lot No. 99, twenty-nine feet nine inches and seven
lines front on St. Philip street; one hundred aud one
feet five inches and six lines iu depth on the line
dividing it from lot No. 98. and one hundred and
feet six inches five lines iu depth on the line
dividing it from lot No. 100. Lot No. U)0 measures
twenty-nine feet ten inches front on St. Philip
street, oue hundred and one feet eight inches in
depth aud trout on Dorgeuois street, and one
hundred and one feet six inches and five lines in
depth on the fine dividing it from lot No. 99, to
gether with all the buildings and improvements,
etc., acquired by purchase from Aibin Souhe,
by act under private signature, dated May 6, 1863.
6. FIVE LOTS OF GROUND, situated iu the Second
District of this city, designated bv the Nos. 6, 7, 8,
9 and 10, of square No. 31, bounded by Main, St.
Ann, Sixth and Broad streets, measuring, American
measure, as follows: Lot No. 6, t wen ty-nine feet
B inches and eight lines front on Main stiet-t,
aud twenty-nine feet six inches in the rear: lot No.
,twenty-nine feet four inches aud eight lines front
on Main street, and twenty-nine feet six inc hes and
one line in the rear; and lots Nos. 8, 9 aud 10, eaeii
twenty-nine feet four inches and seven lines on
Main street, and twenty nine feet six inches and
oue line in the* rear, all running one hundred feet
deep; together with all the buildings, improve
ments, etc.
Acquired by purchase from P. E. Wiltz, as per aet
before Phillippe Lacoste, notary public, dated Sep
tember 19, 1360.
The decree of the court ordering the 6ale of the
above described property directs that the same he
sold freed from all incumbrances, and the assignee,
acting as officer of the court, w ill convey only such
title as is in him vested by tne aforesaid decree of
court and by the assignment in bankruptcy.
Terms of sale—Cash on the spot in United States
treasury notes, and purchasers to assume pay
ment, in addition to and over and above the price
of adjudication, of all taxes due on or owing by the
Said properties up to the day of sale.
Acts ot sale and United States revenue stamps,
at the expense of the purchasers, b< fore M. Gemon,
notary public. fe21 26 mhl2 14
CHOICE IMPROVED PROPERTY
IN CARROLLTON.
SUCCESSION OF JACOB WEIYF.L.
Parish Court, parish of Jefferson, Louisiana— No. 15.
B y c. e. girardey & co. f auc
tioneers. Nicholas J. Hocy. Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange Place.—SATUKDAY. April 8,
1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal
and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Or
leans, by virtue ef an order ot the Honorable the
Judge of the Parish Court tor the parish of Jefferson,
dated February 16, 1871, and rendered in the above
entitled matter of the succession of Jacob Weiyel,
deceased, will be sold by public auction, the fol
lowing valuable property, to wit—
1. A CERTAIN PIECE OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
the new town of Carrollton, parish of Jefferson,
in the square No. 1!. having a front of 125 feet on
Upperline street, by about 150 feet in depth and
frout ou Pope street, according to a plan made by
B. Buisson.
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND in the new town
of Carrollton, in the aforesaid parish, in the said
square number eleven, as per said plan Said lot
measures 30 feet front ou Upper line street, by a
depth of ulioat 140 feet, between parallel lines.
3. A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the city of
Carrollton, designated by the No. 8, in the square
bounded by Levee, Monroe, Mary and-streets,
as per plan of John Hampson. engineer, dated Oe
toWr 20, 1848, and annexed to an act ot exchange
between I. T. Prestou, by act before C. C. Porter,
notary, on the twenty-first October. 1843. Said lot
No. 8 inea&ureH 30 feet trout on Levee street, about
89 feet on the line adjoining lot So. 7. alxmt 8b feet
on the line adjoining lot No. 9, and on the rear line,
lot C about 14 feet, from C to I about 21 feet 5
nodes .ind ! line, aud from I to O about 8 feet.
4. A PORTION OF GROUND, adjoining lot No. R,
and being a portion of lot No. 7, per said plan, and
measuring 4 feet front ou Levee street, by a depth
of about 89 feet between parallel lines: said portion
of ground is taken off from the lower line or side
of said Iot No. 7.
Terms and Conditions of Sale—One-third cash in
United States treasury notes, and the remainder on
credit ot one and two years, in notes of the pur
hasers, payable to their own order, and bv them
indorsed, bearing interest of eight per cent per
annum from date of sale until final payment and
secured by vendors' lien upon the property until
paid; the mortguge to embrace the clause of live
per cent attorneys' fees in case of suit to re
cover payment of any or part of the notes; the
buildings or improvements ou the lots to be in
sured by the purchasers, and the policies trans
lerred to the administratrix; and purchasers to
assume payment, over aud above their bids, of all
taxes lor the year 1871.
Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex
pense of the purchaser, before F. J. Laizer, notary
P nbI;c - fe!9 mh4 16 25 apl 8
AUCTION SALES.
By Nash A Hodgson.
A VALUABLE SQUARE OF GROUND ON PETBRS
AVENUE, SIXTH DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF FRANCIS J. DOWLING.
Second District Court tor the parish of Orleans—
No. 32,409.
B Y NASH & HODGSON-W. L HODG
son. Auct ioneer—Office No. 170 Uravier street—
Ou SATURDAY. April 15, 1871, at twelve o'clock
M., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the base
ment rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, by virtue
and in pursuance of au order of tlie Hou. Louis Du
vigneaud. Judge of the Second District Court for
the parish of Orleans, dated Mareh 11, 1871, court
docket No. 32,409, for account of the succession
or Francis J. Dowling, deceased, at public auc
tion. will be sold—
A VALUABLE SQUARE OF GROUND, in the Sixth
District of this city (formerly Kickers vilie, Jeffer
son parish), lieing square No. 34, lnMinded by Deters
avenue, Octavia, Phiqtieinine and Perrier streets,
s'llslivided into-lots, and measure together 201
feet 1 inch and 4 lines on each Peters avenue and
Octavia street, and 270 feet frout on eaeh Plaque
mine and Perrier streets, all, more or less. Ameri
can measure, according to a plan made by Louis if.
Pilie, surveyor, dated-, 1871.
Terms—Cash iu United States treasury notes.
Act of sale before John F. Coffey, notary, at tlie
expense of the purchaser, including the stamps
and the taxes for t he current year 1871.
lull 12 25 apl H 15
By G. De Feriet.
PEREMPTORY SALE BY PUULIU AUCTION
A VALUABLE PROPERTY, CORNER OF WHITE
AND MELPOMENE STREETS.
B V <4. UK FERIET. AUCTIONEER.—
Office No. 50 Koval street.—SATURDAY,
March 18, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the St.
Charles Auction Exchange, iu the basement ro
tunda of the St. Charles Hotel, will be sold by
public auction—
a very valuable lot of ground in the
First District of this city, formiug the corner ot
White and Mel|H>mciie streets, situated in tlie
square bounded by White, Melpomene, Franklin
aud Thalia streets. Said lot of ground measures
32 feet front ou White street, bv 97 feet in depth
and front on Melpomene street.
The buildings aud improvements thereon ceusist
of a comfortable two-story frame house, retired
from the street, containing four rooms, with fire
places, aud a large closed gallery in front; also, a
building used as a kitchen, containing two rooms.
Ou Melpomene street there is a substantial two
story building, containing four rooms, and privies,
which could easily be separated from the main
house and rented accordingly. There are, besides,
two cisterns ou the premises.
Terms—One-third cash, and the balance on a
credit of oue and two years, for notes bearing
special mortgage and vendor's privilege ou the
said property, and eight per cent interest per an
num from clay of sale until final payment, and
five per cent attorney's fees in case of suit for the
recovery ol any of the unpaid notes, the buildings
to be kept insured by the purchaser until payment
of tiie notes, and policy transferred to the parties
in interest.
Act of sale, with United States internal revenue
stamps attached, before Theodore Guyol, notary
public, at tlie expense of purchaser, who will as
sume and pay, over and above the price of adjudi
cation, all taxes for 1870. mb 12 td
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery.
— 'W* -
JI 9T RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
K. M. & n. .J. MONTGOMERY,
No. 87 Camp Street.
500 Life Preservers.
1**00 common Bedsteads.
500 six-loot Cottage Bi ds.
4<*0 seven-toot Cottage Beds.
1000 dozen caue-eeut Chairs, in boxes.
300 dozen knock-down Wood Chairs.
1500 dozen assorted Chairs and Rockers Set.
Also, a large and well-selected stock of
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM AND HALL
FURNITURE, FRENCH AND GERMAN
PLATE GLASSES. mfc5 hv
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, CARPETS.
ETC., AT AUCTION.
B Y R. M. <V B. J. .MONTGOMERY, Auc
tioneers.—Will be sold on every SATURDAY',
TUESDAY', and THURSDAY, at the Old Auction
Mart, 87 Camp street, at eleven o'clock—
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW and SEC
OND-HAND FURNITURE, such as "Rosewood
Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Amioirs, Bu
reaus, Waahstands, Parlor Furniture, Marble Top
Centre Tables, Carpets, French Plate Mirrors,
Mattresses, Cooking Stoves, etc.
ALSO.
A large invoice of Cottage Bods. Car.e and Wood
Seat (.'hairs. Also. Upright and Square Pianos of
Pleyel, Favre and other manufactories.
also, •
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE of
all description at private sale.
Terms—Cash nc*9
By Louis Stem & Bros.
EIGHT HUNDRED CASES BOOTS, SHOES AND
• BROGANS.
B Y I.Ol'IS STERN & BROS.-M. STERN,
Auctioneer.—MONDAY. March 13. 1871. at 10
o'clock A. M., at their salesroom No. 16 Chartres
street, will be told—
800 CASKS BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, com
S rising an assortment suitable for men's, boys', la
ics', misses' and childreus' wear, and adapted to
city and country trade.
Terms—At sale. de 28
By S. Guinault.
SUCCESSION OF FULGENCE KICAU.
B y s. ta iN Vi:I.T, auctioneer—office
corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street—
MONDAY', March 20. 1871, will be sold, at the corner
Basin aud St. Peter streets, by virtue oi an
order from the Honorable the Second District
Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February
25, 1^71—
One lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, COUNTER,
SHELVES, etc.
Terms—Cash. m8 13 19
By William De Lacy.
SALE FOR A PARTITION
or
VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY,
CORNER OF ORANGE AND PETERS STREETS.
AND CORNER OF JOSEPHINE AND CON
STANCE STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF WILHELM SCHAEFERS; MARY
Schaefers, wile ol' George W. Young, ts. Anna
Fink, wile oi J. Joachim, anil J. Joachim, her
husbuud, et al.
B y wii.i.iaji de lacy, auctioneer,
office No. 2b Commercial place—SATURDAY,
April 1, at twelve o'clock M., at the St. Charles
Auction Exchange. Iiaxement rotunila of the St.
Charles Hotel, will be sold at public auction, by
virtue of a juilgment^n partition rendered by the
Hon. Louis Duvigneaud.. Judge of the Seeonil Dis
trict Court tortile parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled suit, rendered tenth February, 1871, and
signed sixteenth February, 1871, the following real
estate, to wit:
1. ONE LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings
and improvements thereon, situated in the First
District of this city, forming the comer of Oran-'e
and Peters streets, ill the square hounded by Pe
ters (late New Levee), Telioupitoulas, Rare and
Orange streets, designated by tile No. 6, ou a plan
made by C. A. de Arinas, on May 3, 1859, and de
posited in the office of A. Doriocourt. notary iu
this city, according to which plan the Haiil lot
measures >2 feet •> inches and 4 fines front oil Pe
ters street. 154 feet front on Orange street, 141
tcet Z inches and 4 lines on the line dividing it
trom lot No. 5, and 36 feet 6 inches and 1 line on
the rear line.
The buildings and improvements consist of a
one-story tranie ami a one-story brick building,
known as No. 494 Peters street, used as a coffee
house, aud adjoining the Star Cotton Press.
2. ONE LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings
and improvements thereon, situated in the Fourth
District of this city, forming the corner oi Joseph
ine and Constance streets, in the square bounded
bv Constance (late Live Oak). Magazine, Josephine
and St. Andrew streets, and is designated by the
No. 1, on a plan drawn by II. Moclhansen, April 7,
1947, and deposited ill the office of T. O. Stark,
notary in this city, aud measures33 feet, 11 inches
and 3 lines front oil Constance street, by 198 feet i
inches and 3 lines in depth and front on Josephine
street, between parallel lines.
The buildings and improvements thereon consist
of a two-story frame double tenement buflding,
known as No. 917 Constance street, containing
seven rooms on each side, sheds, cisterns, etc. Tlie
corner is occupied as a grocery, and the side ad
joining as a fancy store.
Terms aud Conditions—One-fourth cash, balance
on a credit of one, two and three years, payable in
the notes of the purchasers, iu " equal
installments, with interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from the date of sale un
til final payment, secured by mortgage on the prop
erty soli mortgage to cont a in the clause of five
per cent attorney's fees in case of suit; the prop
erty to be kept insured and policy transferred.
Acts of sale and United States revenue stamps
before Joseph Colm, notary public, at the expense
•f the purchasers. mil l j] is 25 apl
RAILROADS.
j^EW ORLEANS MOBILE
CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD !
MOBILE DIVISION.
Tw o express trains daily. On and alter 3IONDAY w
January 23,1871, passenger trains will run as fol
lows: Leave New Orleans, from the foot of Caua
street, for Mobile and intermediate stations, at k
A. M. aud 3 P. M. Arrive at Mobile at 2:20 and 9:G&
P. M. Leave Mobile, from foot of Government
street, for New Orleans and intermediate station*,
at 8:15 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. Arrive at New Orleans
al 2:30 and 9:50 P. M. Connections made at Mobile
by 8 A. M. trains with Mobile and Ohio road for yt.
Louis. Chicago, Louisville, and ALL POINTS •
NORTH, EAST AND WEST, and by the 3 PL
M. train with nigbt express train of the Mobil*
.and Montgomery road fur Montgomery, Atlanta,
Augusta, Savannah, Jacksonville, Florida, and ail
poiuts North, East and West. Freight trains each
way daily, aud freight received at the foot of Juft*
street before 5 P. M. delivered at Mobile early nex^
morning. Freight as low as by any other route.
For through tickets or further information as to
rates of freight, apply at the eompauy's office, ow
ner of Camp and Common streets.
J. R. KENDRICK, General Superintendent.
New Orleans, January 20. 1871.
T
RAVEhERfi, ATTENTION!
TUB NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND
(•'ItEAT NORTHERN,
AND
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD'S.
Run their Passenger Coaches and Baggage Cua,
tJieir combined length without change.
And but one change ;« New York and all inter
mediate poiuts.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM KSSIDBNG'S TO
DESTINATION.
The 7 A. .11. Exiiretu, Train run* Dally.
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
St, Loins, Chicag", Louisville, and all points beyesut..
teal
;at.
Sleeping corsat night, Canton to Grand Junction
Humboldt.
The .Hail Train leavee New Orleans Unity.
at S P. .41.
Slakes schedule connections with Lightning Its
press trains, to al! points NORTH. EAST and WYEST.
Carries the great Northern Mail.
Time to New V ork, 90 Hoar*.
New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping Cars ran to
Humboldt. Tennessee. Cleveland, Tennessee, and
Louisville, Kentucky.
Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. M.
Marl Train South arrives at 11:0* A. M.
Ticket office, Galveston, New Orleans, JackiM*.
mil Great Northern Railroad and Mississippi Cen
tral Railroad Office. Morgan's Line Wharf.
Ticket Offices, New Orleans, under City Hute',
Corner Camp and Common streets, and at Depot.
E. Q. SEW ALL, General Superintendent;
S. F. CURRY'. General Ticket Agent, Bow
Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Bo£
road.
E. D. FROST, General Superintendent;
I>. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent, Mi#*J»
S.
jy22 3m
sippi Central RailroaiL
>. Yv. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent.
rjtO THE EAST.........TO THE EAST
Via Louisville and Ohio and JIIrsImI**!
Railway.
The completion ot the Louisville Division of tbi»
road, and the splendid equipment for passenger
travel, makes this the
BEST ROUTE TO CINCINNATI,
ASD
ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTHEAST.
THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY,
With direct connections from the south tor Cm
ernnati
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Be sure and ask for tickets via Louisville and the
Ohio aud Mississippi Railway, for sale at all prin
cipal ticket offiees in the South, and iu Louisville
the General Office of the Company, corner Ponrtb
and Main streets, also at Galt House and Louisville
line and Willard Hotels.
N. B.—Tiekets to Cineinr.ati and points East, via
this line, are good on mail line steamers, and Marl
line tickets are good on this road.
CHARLES E. FOLLKTT,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis.
J. L. GRJSYYORD,
General Superintendent, St. Louis.
THOMAS BORWIN.
Jy5 ly General Southern Agent, Louisville.
s
FECIAL N O.T I C E .
Si. Louis, Iron Hoontnin mid Sontfeer*
Railroad.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago. Omaha, San Francisco, N7
Paul, Kausns City. Leavenworth, St. Joseph,
And all Points North, East and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New (irleans
Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Depot
daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal street
daily at 8 4. M., via the New Orleans, Mobile esri
Chattanooga Raiiroail. making close connec
tions at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio Rail
road to all points North, East and YVest.
For tiekets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Groat
Northern Railroad, corner Camp and ComIbor
streets, under City Hotel; or to
W. BEDELL,
Ticket Agent New (>t leans. Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad. No. 150 Common street, under hu
Charles Hotel.
J. H. WINGFIELD,
General Superintending Agent St. Louis, Iron Morn,
t;uu anil Sou! hern Kai mad. nett
pASSENGERS GOINU EAST.
VIA LOUISVILLE OR CAIRO,
SLoald purchase Ticket* by the
ERIE AND ATLANTIC AND GREAT
WESTERN RAILWAY.
Forming the best and most comfortable Line ttti
Ne*-;Yurk, Boston and Northern and Atlantic ratios
with magnificent Palace Combined Day one'
eight Coaches, through to New York witbont
change.
Two Lightning Express Train* DnHjr.
This is the only line from Cincinnati to New
York under one management; the onlv Line Irina
Cincinnati to New York without break of gangs;
the only Line whose trains run through to Kew
York without change; the only Line running
coaches through without using eoniprouiise wheels;
the onlv Line running Pu.ace Bread Gauge Coachoo
through without change.
If you desire prompt tin e and certain connec
tions, finest scenery on the Continent, most com
fortable cars in tlie world, most magnificent dinis^ -
halls and ample time for meals, and the safest,.b*«A
and most comfortab.e route, go to New Yorkbr
the
Erie and Atlantic nnd Great W ester*
Railway.
Tickets by this L ue for sale at all ticket* officer:
through the South.
WILLIAM R. BARR,
General Passeuger Agent, New York.
W. B. SHATTUC,
General Southern Agent, Cincinnati, tibia
je2 It
P . S . MARSHAL' S SALES.
A* Jl. Boodwin vm* Henry R* Doyal*
I N THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT FOB
the Fifth Circuit and District of Louisiana, fin,
6310—By virtue of n writ of seizure and Hale t©
directed in the above entitled «uit, I will i»roc**>£
to sell to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY.
April 1, 1871. at twelve o'clock ML, at the Court
house in the town of Donaldsonville, purittlfe
Ascension, the following described property, to
wit:
A CERTAIN PLANTATION, known aa the Mouat
Houmas plantation situated in tlie parish of Ascen
sion, on the left bank of the Mississippi river,
about eight miles above the town of DoiialdftOii
ville, having aboi.t twenty-eight arpeuts front on
said river, by eighty arpents in depth, with tLe
opening thereto belonging, bounded on the upper
side by the new river road, and on the lower side
by the lands in the possession of John W. Brown in
1861. together with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon and a'.I the appurtenances thereof.
Seized in the above suit to pay and satisfy eajf
writ.
Terms of sale—Cash in United States treasury
notes.
Aet of sale, stamps etc., at the expense of
purchaser.
United States Marshal's office. New Orle*x»v
twenty-fourth day of February, 1871.
„ , r v , S. B. PACKARD.
fe>5 mh7 16 25 apl United States Marshal.
Margaret K, Deas, Widow, etc.—K* S,
Mansfield, subrogated—vs. Caroline I). Mcku
cure et ale., heirs of Hy. Doyal, deceased.
I N THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT POU
the Fitch Circuit land District of Louisiana. Ho.
3788.—By virtue of a writ of fiori facias to me dv
reoteci, ln the above entitled suit, I will proceed to
sed to the highest b.dder on SATURDAY, April!
18*1 at twelve o'clock, M.. at tlie courthouse*
in the town of Donaldsonville. parish ot Ascext
sion, the following described property to wit
A CERTAIN PLANTATION, known as the Mount
Houmas Plantation, situated iu the parish of As
censiou, on the i. tt bank of tlio Mississippi river
at about eight miles fthervo tlie town of Ik> ualdnon
\ille, having about twenty-eight arpents front oe
said river, by eighty arjients in depth, with the
ojH iimg thereto belong.ng, bounded im tlie upper
aide by the New river read and on the other 2d*
by the lands in the posse—.on of John W llro-wr
IU ltfbl, toget.Hr wil all the buildings and i*
tbereof' nt * 1 ' ' i 1 - tlie appurtenance..
Seized in the i bo-re suit to ray and satisfy a»\£
H fbrms of Sale Cash .u United States trea«ry
pnrela"er. aie ' e " ' a? -be expense of li»
United State* Marshal's office New Orlmr,
twenty fourth day of February, 1871 1
M'. .M 1C ir , . S. B.'PACKARft.
D-Ze ml < lo 2. apl United State* Marehal

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