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oi Lattier, ad to pay thise l. rk ewled on the tent dayof ::;T0,i under the piovioiadf an ..e .ig'slatnrU, entitled "an act l c for the making of a cut-od at : oint, on Red river," approved t ,.e, nth day of March, 1860. ,, 8i.rd printed, and made the special :,: day for Monday, January S:clock. . ',ill No. 24, an act for the re :,. estate of iA. Dickson and H. :.n, of the parish of Bossier, of ,,,esnWmlents for taxes that have S. ou:,,tdsly made. ,.ngrossed for third reading. . :,'ill No. 28, an act for the re 'S,,.,esion of M. Dickson, etc. ,.el printed. .:, l N o. If,, to be entitled 'n r .,l e :: new parish, to be called the \\ ,o roth. .th, l ml'eial order for Tuesday ..(.,il N,. 39, to be entitled an . , new parish in the State of 1. d providing for the organiza 1, :,1I, moved to postl)one the S., idration of the bill, and that -i rl printed and made the spe :,, \'ednesdlay next. . of Mr. Wilcox, the motion ,. o,. was tabled on a call of the v by the following vote : -(''t)lHll Gallup Harris Her .ker Ingraham O'Hara Pierce 1: swords Todd Twitchell TVil Ande.rson Antoine Blackman .:: ,,upland Daigle Fish FTtch :. o Lewis Lynch McMillen k 14. ,I chback moved to postpone un ItI k'x moved to lay the motion Se::(,, on the table, which the Sen I, !.,' (IIn a call of the yeas and nays t. .,,, ing vote : :... liarb I r Campbell Fish Gallup ,, fiunsatker Ingraham Noland .. I;. Swords Sypher Todd I. 1.. N ,- .nh.rsoni Antoine Blackman . 1 : utlr Coupland Daigle Futch .:ki i elso, Lewis, Lynch Mc r r '.cr(e, 1 inchback, Ray,Twitchell, S1'.:I: ,'i,aek's motion to postpone a ll,'pted, on a call of the yeas S .. tilhe following vote : And,hrson, Antoine, Barber, :.., Biwmanu. Caulbell, Conl, l,:ieh,. I Fish, Futch, Harris, Her ;:raha,,, Jhnks, Kelso, L('wis, S l. lhlillen, O'Ha.ra, P'i.rce, Pit.ch: :.. ý,.n, II,;, Syphr., Twitchell. ' n .. tlr, (allup, Ifusaker, No 1.,', ,rls. Todd, Ililcox- -7. 1'. rii akn l:n moved to adjourn :"\.. ~- .a all of tihe yeas and nays, . st a, r1insud by the following vote: \i:. : .\r,iron,, Antoine, Blaekman, at: ('.. ul,lmd Fish Futch Iarris * n6'. h, L, wis Lyvch 3MeMillen hlut(N , 14. t \n: ,arl.r i utler Campbell Gal- s Hrni. /lunsaker Ingrahamn No ()'11:r: I'.i.re tHagan l:ay Swords n ,r li 'I waitchell I-'lituev Wilcox P. nc',h:hc.k moved that the Senate et, (,'Ctiv eli. ssion. ft ,I l'rs.id( nt was about to order the ti i:, lh:tred. when Mr. Camplbell .i pint of order "that under the S''. 'h:iri had no right to clear r o:' tiihe c'all of one Senatnir .. a, int, executive 'ssin. ' w ih , t declined to decide tihe , "1T. :IId und(er rule 10, refer- Si "', ,f the ,uestion to the L ", i';t tl I question "shall the ,tl '," ti, e.li ,of two Seitors, )go ."'m;ti. s,~;on, without the Pres it:"ittin sad question to a de-: i ':!1 ,f the, va:ns and nrays. the ..hided that it was competent for It eidcnt t10 chiear the Senate, on a t ,f two Siators to go into executive S ,o'. iy t!h follhwing vote, viz : "" A "'4oine Blackman i :ail <1 Daigle Fiah dl -" Krwig Ingraha SMeMillen No Smith Swords S i29. , ey, Wlileox----. Sinto executive ug been raised, r ljourn. "Prlt thn annouced that the ' '"" adjourned until Thursdauy Niv '-sixth instant, at twelve a ]o I''-tRLEs 1/. 3 ERRITT, p S0~retar~ of the Senate. S'et!Uod D .ay.s aesion. wit :lr'.da-, January 26, 1871. e1O ' : .: purI'uant to adjonrn n., . u .an Lieutenantd.. te f the Senate; Meura. An the :L" !:"'l:.rlr. BLaCk: nan. Bowanua, p''',land. Daigle. Fish, 1 H .ri.. H.rni'. Hunsker, In . 1.i. Lewi,, Lynch, Mclil- pe ' tlrrce. Pinchback, Lgan, the ..- Tdd. T itch.fll. ref toi ad IPrayer byh th.i4 a iam B iding d t1si I i iy of day's uemion was diipemed . an No eorrectioms act nma was mo > Q at The Secretary aked comncusee of )ved the House in Saste bill No: O, to entitled an act to athorine tL s miial of the name of Louisa ParmelyWoente nary Louisiana Parmely Campbell REPOFRT or COM WFrr2.s re- Mr. Ray, from the Committeeon a d H. ciary, reported favorably on Sueats bil r,of No. 85, to be entitled man act toegebt save certain criminal prooed ngs in the dis trict and parish eourts. ing. Also, by substitute on Senate bi No. Sre- 80, to be entitled an at to fA uPiform etc. malaries for parish judges. Also, favorably on Senate bill No. 79, I n to entitled an set to repeal an act the entitled "an act to amend and re-enact article one hundred and thirty-eight of day the Civil Cede of Louisiana." Mr. Pincaback, from the Committee an on Federal Relations, reportsd by sub of stitute on Senate joint resolution No. 1, za-, instructing our Senators and Represent iatives in Congreme to advocate the passage the of any bill that will relieve the citizens hat of this State of political disabilities. - By unanimous consent' the report of the committee was taken ap, and the ion substitute read its first time. the Mr. Pinchback moved to suspend the constitutional rule, to put the substitute rer- on on its second reading. rce On a call of the yeas and nays, the "il- constitutional rule was suspended by the following vote : tan Yeas : Barber, Blackman, Bowman, Butler, tch Coupla nd, Daigle, Fish, Futch, Gallup, Harris, len Herwig, Hunsaker, Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, Lewi·, Lynch, Noland, O'Hara, Pierce, Pinch in- back. Ragan, Ray, Swords, Twitchell, Wilcox 26. ion Nays : smith, Todd-2. 3n- Passed its second reading, considered 135 engrossed, and, on a call of the yeas and up nays the constitutional rule was further n(l suspended by the following vote : cid Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Black r.an. Bowman, Butler, Campbell, Coupland lan Daigle. Wdh, Futch, Gallup, Harris, Her Sig. Hunsaker, Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, a Sell, Iwis. Lynch, Noland, O'Hara, Pierce, SI'ihncllack, Ragan, Ray, Swords, Twitchell, Whitney. Wileox-30. lie N:ays: Smith, Todd-2. a 'us The title was then adopted. i Mr. Hunsaker, from the Committee on er, Pu 'lie Lands, reported favorably on Senate bp- Iill N(,. 2, to Ie entitled an act to secure :r- hotm.nstead.: to actual settleas on the public o l.,nds of the State. :-I MrHRinris, from the Committee on En I" I in' Bills, submitted the following re Committee on Engrossment, t New Orleans, January 26, 1871. ( P To the Honorable Pre.sident #nd Members n of the Senata. n ' Your Committee on Engrossing Bills have f ', the honor to report as having duly engross- a is ed the following bills, viz: n Senate bill No. 24, an act for the relief of o: the estate of Mi. Dicksnm and H. P. Dick- y 1- son, of the parish of Bossier, of certain as )- s.',mentes for tass that have been erro- F Is neously made: M Ir. Ray, from the. Committee on Judicia- T ry, reported favorably, with amendmente, on Senate bill No. 82. to be entitled an act e to establish the Fifteenth Judicial District le for the State of Louisiana, and fiing the N Stimue of holding court therein. SNOTICEB or BLLRS. By Mr Antoine: e Of ia bill to ibe entitled an act to incorpo- a Sr.., tln(. c'ity of Shreveport in the *rish of (r (d.lo, to .eline its. limits, and tolrovide m for it bletter iice land municipal govern- pm - f a bill to I,,. entitled an act tocreate the S-ixtinth Judicial District of the State of en a Loi~iiaua, the distriet to be comoesed of the parishes of St. Martin, Vermilion and a By Mr, Kelso: Of a bill to Ibe entitled an act to incorpor -ate the Pacific Fire Company, No. I, of an Alexandria. By Mr. Twitchell: co Of a bill to be entitled an act to incor r porate a society in the town of Natchi tochles. said society to be known as the t SSons of Israel e By Mr. O'Hara : Of a bill to be entitled an act to repeal the I all acts in relation to public printng. IDThODUC1 ION OW hILLs. o The following bills were introdnuced according to previous notice: Ca By Mr. Bowman: A bill to be entitled an act for the - tio het of certnin persons in the prish oi ye Winn, who were purchasers of schoo lands prior to 1861. Passed its frst Leading. By Mr. Blackman: M A bill to be entitled an met to amend an act entitled "an act t ineaorgaoste the Louisiana Sadvng Bak and Safe De posit Company." Passed its first reading Ne The following bills wmre introdeed without previons notice, by unanimas consent : By Mr. Lewis : *A billtobe entitled an act to create the parish of Verfoh and providing for the organization thereof. Passed its first reading. The constitutional rule was then sus pended by a four-fifths affrmative vote, the bill put on its second reading, and referred to thle Committee on Corpora tions. ia .i Abol tobyse0b 4964 an .houeditsh The wcos aued J e a W isee i en d 4 pd Sraenrd to the Ja aisiy Committ and ordered riald . Alq a ta, i.beentitled an a ctrlative 1to life araee ne o"n Past as b trest Th.e resaoti" al ewas tha m pA by a fomr-afths armative vote, bi biput on it second reed and reerred to the Judiciary committee, and oriersd pr d. in- Also, a bit be entitled an at to in pa°ýte tb NewJ relean St. Louis No. "erC y, and to rm e di e consttion thir road. cm befr first reading. the eonstitutioeal r u a ema smmned 79, by a toea-fths armave vote, and the act bil on its second reading, ordered S4 and referred to the Committee on oads. JOIZT REIOLUTION4. t C bres luti:n memorializing COn ab- gress in regard to the war in Europe, etc. 1, Lies over. nt- EI oLUTIONs. tge Byllr. Pinchback: s Reasdu'4 That the Committee on Elec tions be and are hereby autyhoried and required to send for persons and papers of in all contested election ases that may he come before them, upon the request of either the contestant or th eaontestes or he their attorneys; provided, the,eoutestanta or th contestees, as the case usy be, shall pa e for the attendance and mileage ofall witnesses that they may request he the committee to summonsein their be he hallf. Lies over. Mr. Whitney called up .the following resolution: , R vwdn, That Mr. Edward Hender son be allowed thirty days' pay for ser vices rendered during the regular sessioný of 1870, as olerk for the Committee on Public Education. Referred to the Committee on Claims. Id REGULAR ORDER OF THE DAY-BILLs oN SUOOND READIINIG. Senate bill No.49, to be entitled an act creating an additional justice court in the k- parish of Orleans. id Ordered engrossed for third reading. r- Senate bill No. 25, to be entitled an o, act for the relief of R. Richard, Sr., of YSt. Landry, S Oderedengrossed for third reading. Senate bill No. 15, to be entitled an act for the relief of Charles Bienveun, I late Sheriff of the parish of Orleans, or t Shis Asigr e. tReferred to the Committee on Appro- 1 priations. re Senate bill No. 85, an act for the relief t " of W. Jasper Blackburn. Ordered printed, with accompanying S- papers. e- Senate bill No.'50, to be entitled ant act to provide for the protection of the L town of Bayou Sara, and making an al- 1 Spropriation therefor. SMr. Lynch moved to refer to the Com mittee on Appropriations. Mr. Fish moved to substitute, by re e ferring to Committee on Retrenchment o- and Reform. On motion of Mr. Jenks, the substitute f or Mr. Fish was tabled, an a call of the Syeas and nays, by the following vote : Yeas: Bowman, Campbell, Daigle, a Futch, Gallup, Ingraham, Jenks, Lynch, a McMillen, Pirce, Ragan, Swords, o- Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox-15. Nays: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, But t ler, Coupland,Fish, Harris,Herwig,Lewies, e Noland, Pinehback, tay, Todd-1s. Mr. Lynch's naotion was then adopted, Senate billNo. 27 to be entitled ant 1 - to amend and re-enact article five ha fa dred and seventy-three of the code of Ordered printed. Senate billNo 43, to be entitled an act I entitled an act to amend an act entitled "an act to amend an act relative to jua ticet of the peace for the parish of Jeffer son, approved February 9, 1869, and creating an additional court in the First Ward of the parish of Jefferson, and a constable for the same." Ordered engroesed for its third read e ebill No 26, tobe entitled a act 2 to promote the interests of commeree by ca estamblishing the Louisiana Warehouse le Compay, and guaranteeing the bonda ag Mr. Campbell moved that the bill be .n ordered printed, and made the special &i order for Monday next, at one o'clock. a Mr. Blackman moved to refer to the , Committee on Agrienliure, Comnnere and Manetea res. On motion ao Mr. Campbel, the mea tion to refer was tabled, a a call of the , yeas and nays, by the following vote: £ 0bnsamums in ur nea xu.W 1 - tio MUTUAL INSUR*dNCE COMPANY, orrics, No. 120 cozox sraarr. Inmus FIRa, MAnl5R and RIVER RISKS, A New Orleans, New York, Liverpool, Lon don, Havre, Parie, or Bremen, atthe optkn of, CeARLS BR Prsesa.umt. A. CARRIB Vis L i. P. knPZ. basseary. ATTOlRNEY AT LAW, SI Carondelet St., near Poydras. New Orleans, Louisiana. H uor 38 ly. - - WImse , l- 17.-- . 0,6 a6s u sapoKn $1 sa fr Vthe New md , TbeSeate hms condirmed E. W. Fo. e ter, of Arkaunsas Strveyor General for the district of Louijana, and Randery Collector of Customs at Wilmington, ws- North Caroli Ae, BoDso I, Feb 15.-The deputies n maniedy inted to overthrow the violent Republicans and to remove the i- capitaf hom Paris, to alhield the Govern mie ment from the mob. Ito Pereonal domvrsttie with deputies induces the belief that a teperate pro led oisional goverment will be iat etab the lished. red Thiers, Grevey, Troohu, tee and Darian are favorably meiealamdd in connection with promeinet citiens throughout the provinces, are almost - certain to be placed in power. ,t. The radicals are making a deeperate struggle, but the cries for a continuance of the war and no surrender have evidently lost force, and the conservatives e- are quite confident. d there is a strong undercurrent in favor of the Orleanists, though the elec of tion of Orleanist, Princes to the Assem or bly will likely be declared void. At Vra+ssnjI., Feb. 15.-The prudent of all parties are apprehensive about the triumphal march ofthePrusians through )e- Paris. Asinglepistol shot, fired by an insane lunatic, might result in fearful consequenes g Loanox, Feb. 8.-A resolution is pond-. ,. ing in the British House of Comnmmns r- declaring it to be the duty of neutral on powers to impose terms of peace between on Prussia and France capable of restoring is. the peace of Europe, and maintaining in dependence. The resolution is opposed by the gov c ernment as innopostune and impolitic. be The opponent of the Government could . net help feeling that the policy of the N g. Government amounted to selfish isola in tion. of enry er said there was mischief I g in the resolve--it would irritate Prussia. in Bmaw, Feb. 18.-The Emperor, by a n, decree, suspends the state of siege during Dr the elections, and orders the release tem- v porarily of all political prisoners await- t ing trial, without prejudice to their fu- fi ef ture prosecution. 'g If you desire to purchase watches or n jewelry that are new, good and that can e be relied on, call and see P. Granzin, p- 112 Carondelet street. 1- COMMERCIAL. L e- SATURAY, Feb. 18-11:30 A. M. t COTTON-- Ve notice a moderately fair inquiry, but the absence of the usual 1 New York advices of gold and cotton has tended to restrict the movement. The e, supply on sale is not large, and thus far Sabout 1500 bales have sold, mostly at previqus rates. Yesterday the sales embraced 11,700 bales, the market closing at 10O10c., for Low Ordinary, 11tI11~., for Ordi I nary, 12f)ol., for Good (Ordinary, 13)4 414c. for Low Middling, 14@14e., for Mid dli 14el5o., for Strict Jfldling, and 15f je., for Good Middling. STAN AU SUILL PATEfNT ATTRET~ Dealers hI all of the NEWEBST t and Iost Usefbul Patents of the age. - We beg to call publie attetion to the fact that we are now pripred to All orders for the latest L L novelties in the line of peteoted goodb, nd are r constantly adding to our leage atoob, seeh artl B le of real mnrit as the invenm e spirit tbhe B age preduces and the progrmadre turmpr the times demands. The bamthen Co~eary eseeI ally, needs these labrevindg inventioes; to or I friendsin the qmuntry we etd a invittien to Wa call and emanae our ateek of odeew a *n be tionat WinL5on. Faiea r aame Inventors can obain ~ te10 athrm h ot r A. P. F~ds. LRob a, andeteetitty rogh ea oen eson st w n OT5 9. TCo NToS than psenesld. pli.a- n Son at W ashngon. afor circlarm adlumn 180ram L Skeet. HA. P. al sBtOf Wie And L or Dec., 17th f. 'm-U . V, 4 mes secepe, d e ui e a mainat he . 14400 tmses a oei 34 00 ties a day, 4he a41 ihse week, 143 1s, dtimes a Math, IM,144dilla timer pa is MORrIB tPA t OF A WATC 0o- 2• A.YA M, OF a uswe ae dan as ep dsp eld 6l n g~t; nos ma iwaos, tart on W -- ad ig;d am +.. a e~efhy or lyrin dog--ided doee mreht o a 1l.e a wmtM kep rudod eAho f WSr sits doae or H sgwnip, t Fn he was Or rde Is fet, it is emdeayd to de ts 4w.d a StUhes, Ia ea.y plaien ain i seoy poeuisn. C A Genuine Waltham Watch ewill !6dl all these requirements. I wouad once sa day, it will faithablly tick fbr ye a hundred and twenty-six milion times in a year, without in even requiring fresh il all tlt time. C s- A Genuine Waltham Watch orf he Sprky, s rhedis, 51 Seres, eand 9oiher pcrt w at aahe s aoude beab reas ac toge alfoga u an r 16 es s tswaitcs, Il as r Jcamiswnanz T as Ra rma wUa o. Eiery part of a Waltham Watch is made by nachinery, liare maciaery ased in saking the movement of a single watch coast oter a ira. dred Tonuscakul btdlrs, yet we sell theeWatehes, iu a solid tilver iunting Case, for $18. The d sume watch could not bse made by hand and A eO mahd as persewtly fur ye r oixr as ouca. A Genuine waltham Watch I Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle, that L is, any partof one Watch is exactly like the a same part in anther ; and if ten Watches of one grade were taken apart, anb the arews, g wheels, springs, be., were mixed together, ten watches could be made by putting these urts together again, withuot any reference to their former combination- This is a GREAT ADVANTAGE; For, if any part ofa Waltham Watch. i ijured we can always replace it at a nTrfling £rpense. A GENUNE WALTHAM WATCH Other Watche wll ran feo a year, or two, an require constant repairs; but e nraA ealtanp.a waeon - r WILL RUN FAITHFULLY S FOR MANY YEARS We sell these Wathees, IN SOLID SILVER BUNTING CASES, -$18 IN SOLID GOLD EJNTING CASE, $70 We have prepared an ILWSTEATEI P3lKE lIT, which deribel the aios grades of Wataes in detail, gives the weight apd quality oal the Cases, and all other informatain necoary for an intelligent aeleeM . t We wish every oa would sad for itbefaus ordsruag a Watch. Wrtefo~ r a as eIowe: Mssers. Ihueod Cb., K. 786 Brn&cday New Yok : Plas se....e pier Iuteted Ptre List 14 ] WaelAanf Wrcats, as per adrerisesmet in Tam Lomawrama. (Si enameyd adsdre in fhll) WITHOUT XPZNSBE, as We have sent oat ev'e TiausouaI of e C Wesab upom tEhrs eadli, a~l have ely hbee. aeto Ana the meylaj. thaee ean, d ot ee of teese wa aaeeyat of da . Motn with the Watch, bet bseee the partis Wa MAWr so Aemr n, as ws rm m yas o mesea vwsw um saae lnaw Yoar. Aui TEsEB zzwin)B us - gie. 1wr. SpecialNotice.--We mae sel Walthma Wataces in any Imibtine, Oilt, Phiged Odds, er Filled Case wbsteer (these are all other a for harn or Gemman Silver). The Waltham Watch is woruthy o a soA Gold a Silver Caas and we do t prpase to seA It in my other. - La rN san @aU s oB w A Pc Lar. ALmo.h ROWAkDA Co. Jrar. g5 5assum e, . T. A. BARTLETIE, ATTORNEY and L'OUNSEIOR AT LAW. 142. ...Graver Street... 142 (Up Stairs.) NEW OBLEANS. LA. 38 ]I. . 4rhtesiby it ee.vrn -, • .me absdt It Saal ai~ir. ens a 4. '` C,Lm L Olml;/jº1',Ombi D. L. *IftJY .. 4Wwsasv ELA38 AT NEWW .A.~ .............. a to S 'eledm . Bk, BT"T, SYP OURB A Go., PRIhTEaNSD LITEO6S&3ADR . 60 a p Street, NaW ORLAN& JOHNB. HOWARD. Siw oacr, 6 . St Charles Street 2 ts Prompt attatiod given to eiril business is Sdthe everal oura of the State. k38 y o00. X00. 500. o500... HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHZERS, -d HOME WASHERS, Sold within the Past Two Months wiunder a Full Guarantee, Not one retamMd- Not one complaint. Speaks for itselt In Operaton Daily at the Depot, No. 1'6 Canal street. New Orleses Boi Manufactuhring THOMAS J. HANNA.. CGensril Commision Merchant, Ie Agent for the le of Beal Esta, etc., OUT Doom Sras PROMPTLY ATTNrmED To. OFFICE and SL-GOI-I-168 Psydra Street, at New M0to Lw, of Referentces: SMesan. Geo. W. Hynson & Co., Steel Pine kard & Co., John O. Terry Esq., Lloyd R. SColeman, Esq., Saml Barret, Esq. A. -. Wmir, . c. RICHARDS. F. H. WA.. WHITE, RICHARDS & Co. Successors to A. D. GRIEFF k Co.. WHOLESALE 6RO3E0 COnIll0l-l IEICI1NY AND DEALERY IN Southern and Western Produce. o. 04 Porcd3rW treet, '4 NEW ORLEANS. PAIL UHAEli, DEALER IN G OLD AND SIL VER WATCHE£, And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always on hand , an ole.es and patters of Gold, Silver and Steel ; Spectacles and Eye Glses. Glasses changed and sent to any part of the country. Watch re; pairs done promptly and warranted. Address orders to Paul Granzin, Feb 112 Carodelet street, New Orleans. : CROMWELL HOUSE i"EQUAL PUBLIC PRIVILGES," r:o:-o IT ,.R,.I, CROMWELL. 271 Cnstomhouse Street, (Corner of Villere Street,) .Yte Orlearn, ! BOARD and ODGING by the DAY or WEE. JULI7&.P. BROWN. CAL, c Sr. Bet VILLZ And 3me. ar bon ae Joeang. Attended to PaeAla. WHO BUY FI3BK OLA88 DBI GOODS -von c&ss Will .find ther meay spent more to their BRASELMAN & AD[JI8' casH J~OuU ELSEWIIE RE. A Oklsnse thro their iaRums ioCek --.OP- silks, satina, Real Poplins, PhP~aerpe anlad Cmbmares Emp Chat ormaems Arabs, Jackets, Shawls Saikinpg, Cloakings, iOds, ln, lmaoes, Embroid ri, GlOues, Conets, Vel rets, Ribbons, Paraols, Fans, Etc., Etc., Etc. WILL CONVINCE. 5. ................ and ......... ....a Magazne etreet, c'r. St. Andrew.