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A.t :1,1 the rtsosam adstion of the corn- I t .,,pt., and the billn referred to ri oreredl to be engromed. d Coxmrns on JDasuT, New Orl'sa, January 94, 1871 i tl Sth, , s, sapeke tadnd Membersn thbs a Ear Ost 3pSeqi nr: p I nun inustru!ted to report H ss bill , o. entitled am od to den the juris s of the peace Owr the parish aof Or- e - in cil"j*naauesu, whem the aemosat .buie does not exceed one hundred I lr t o,,,,ve of inter and osta, Eith a rexommendation favor of its Te House bill No 4, entitled an aeI Srlchau tire hundred copes of "A , tre on Attachments, with explanato , nte s o the other neotrvutory wris, sler tbhe law of the State of Louisiaun, Is iimLldl A. Crom," is reported to the !r li, with a recommmanation that it do d buw 1ill No 33, eatitIeden act grant- p i leave of sabmes to Hobert Bay, tI JJr f the Fourteenth Judicial District M Culrt, reprted favorably. Ii The report of the committee on House t . , :5S, entitled an set or the relief of Briaein L Bender, is favorable I aM instructed to report House bill .as act to sUorise Mret Sties ..r Hunter to change her name, and r Jr its pasnage. ,seo bill No 37, entitled an set re iall sales of sueession property t t, brmale by the sheriffs o the parishes is ehich the property is situated, except it ,thue parish of Orleas. Reported fa tnbly, with an amendmemt of the frst ( ,rtion, by adding the words executor or t durinirdtor of the estate. T. (i. DAVIDSON, Chairman. t The C(,nunitteo on Judiciary submitted l the following additional reports, which b were received, read and accepted. The report of t1e cruUmaittee adversely on the t bills rened to were agreed to: t C'oumrrrm o. JDieraus, ) New Orleans, January 24, 1871. ) T the lewaMble Spmk&r rad Memers> d the Hasr of Iepauwtiave: I I aur iustrueted by the Committee on Judisry to report adlveriely to the pan ag' of the following bills referred to it: House bill No 4$, an act in relutive to crimirnal ouses committed by insane t eri+ons. or iKper,ms :dllged to be insane, mlst fr other lures. H. nie Lill No 49!, an act to fteilitate tlhe triuuatction of jndici:al Iusinex in the 1 didtriet eisrts of the Stat' of LuixisiauL. THOMAL G. DAVIDSON, I Chairman. The C'omuaittee on Enrolluent sub uitted the blur-ing report, which was betdl, road iand aceipted: Exauu.jwx Cowxzrr:t, NewtltkLawus, January 21, 1871. To tke H,,ufle. Mliwker sanl Memabers of the Iie. of aIpresetatiP.* : I 6~I leave to report the fallowiag bill u drley agra ld: Hoame bill No 34, joist resalution "pe titioniug Congresm to devise some plan' by which a enmmoa school education maoy be generally extended to the youth d the Uited Stste8" Respedýtil,ly C. J. ADO .PHE, Chairmsa. The Conmittee on Claims submitted h fsiorig report, whik was rseesived, sate Inected sad agreed to: CoxUrrgr ox C.AnI, ) New Orlane. January 24, 1871. To te Hoawable lpeeer nrd Members to Your CoUmitt on Claim., having had der casiaeration Hoose bill No S4, an at dispcnin with the advertisig in nAm bmgu:w in the parish of Natchi uau, woual respectfuhy recommamnd hut it he reied to the Committee on alaiciary. TY' rgnauittee hagvirr lo rcosider tlhe petita of Mr. Fisher, eihmniug pay or tke litig new in the o 1ee t the (Governor, wll report unrtvorably on tit *, sadUeosemetn that the peti ato bt runte to tle petitioner. Y ur Uamite has also considered the petite ofRalEy Q5Buook clinm atrelY~rirjrieur injer d the htel.ti( i tlh Parish of Rickhland; !d your soulmanit woldrset ict tiatMr. Brodon hm the right to etb tiepsi b wroin bhe seivcred his laUri besler the eort. or daJ'magns, nd reo'nueuds that the petition be re tMnna to the Pstitlnr, asthisiso daim r ls State to stm*. ig $o for servies inorganising the .Ointhe Paih of Clsiorne inthe la s;, yeor committoee would re. ?tully reprt favordaly on the same, ta n?,nmenn the pii of the a wayjui'g bill Jo GAMsTKAMP, C0hairman. c. D. BUTLER, TOMAs ONG, J. OPLATEK, . o euil Xo t7, a a tl far r. . "I'Wkte'l by the Cwmrnitten, on Olaimsvn mad a spesia f th emeti- q tstional rules was plased apon I b rt reading, and referred to the commnittee o the whole Mr. Bawees, of De Sob, mosed the rundle requiing the bill t be eoamrM ed in oemmittes of the whb bedi. poad with. Mr. Dowses moved that the bib b olerd as agrmed, and pass to i bird ready1 Under a spensden of the emstlia tioal rule, the bill was put upon its third reading and analp eSg its title was adopted, and itwasorderedtobe sent to the Senate for onnesea a Uns no as ca Es no =asses. Suabtitute r Smts bll No @, an se to apportion the Stat. i e am.. a districts, and to ax thememberl of - prentaat'e.)pe so I esed from sash perid and rpresentative distriet in the Stat, ad designatig In wht dlistriot Seetors rto he elected, Ubhee thim has been a eagei th sentorial dia - triets, and repealing all other laws on the subje, was placed pon itfat ading Upon motion oa Mr. o Dw of De bSo the eo.e titoal rule was semsnd-, ed and the bill plaeed upon its ondd readinS. Mr. Bowen, ot Orleans, offaered the fol lowing amendment, and moved it. laop tion: After the twenty-third Hae insert the following: "The Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth representative distrits, of New Orleans hall from one senatorial die trict, and elect two Senators." Mr. Thompson, of Tammany, moved that further consideration of the bm be] postponed until to-morrow, and that the I bil be printed in the journaL Mr. Kenner, at Orleans, moved that, the motion to poetpone be laid upon the table. Carried. The question recurring upon the mo tion to adopt the amendment of Mr. Bowen, of Orleans, Mr. Wheyland, of Sabine, moved to lay it on the table. Carried by a riing vote of 68 yes to 28 nays. Mr. Dewees, at Desoto, moved that the constitutional rule be espended so as to allow the bill to be putlupon its third reaning and final painge. The rules were not suspended, and the bill was calendared for third reading. On motion of Mr. atrrett, of Orleans, the House was adjourned until to-morrow, at twelve o'clock. WILLIAM VIGEBS, Chief Clerk. Twrdt-lint Day's sredla. Horsc o).r Re.PImrrrTVER, Wednued:my, January %2, 1t71. The House met pursuant to adjourn went. Speaker Carr in the chair. The roll was called and the following members answered to their names: Mens. Carr, Abell, Adolphe, Antoine, Baker, Barber, Barrett, Barrow, Belot, Bentley, Biekhaun, Blunt, Bowen, Brous ard, Bryan, Buchanan, Bnokinhamn SBurch, Butlsr.achere Cochran, Craw ford, DbDarisburgDsvideoun , Davis, Desns, Dewees, Durio, Elis, Faulkner, Fontelien, Oaddis, Gardner, Gsautamp, P. Harper, W. BHarper, Hyams, Jobmon, Kearsom,e Kenner, Killeu, Kinells, La sulies lIuare, ZuanLas a. Lo#t, J. B. Lott, Lynch, Mahoney, Ma, Mar. vrn, Matthews, MaCarty, McFarland, Madows, Mobues er, Mdphy, Morris, OnO, Ophlat, Ons, oreron, Poad, Quinn, Raby, Riley, Riaggold, Satain, Schaumacher, &o , Shampe, Ste rveqs, 8tiasn, Tatmun, Thmepeon, 1In not, 'Tuasmd, Ulma, Verett, Wands, Washington, of AmmptionW ashington, ot Conoordia, Waters Wheytsad, E. Hl lime H.L Williams, Wilson, Worrall, Youang-91. Qoraum peset. Auer by the ChpLia. The redi.goftbh journal was die pemaed with, pon motion of Mr. Our kehamp, f Id iwna s and p wa awove Te Sp-l sanoeebed the bowing standing commaiteen o itia:J. H. Burd . of ast Baton Boes, Chatruma; Harry Lott, o alapls; W. R Brurest at Oreaspehuyler aUr d I, Catatnah; Charle W. BRamekl at Orlea; Hanry 1. Hyseas, at Weat batom BoRge; J. J. Barrow, of West FeiMim Also tl , followin to eomsntle yepheemd a. ,POjf sto ahe olate cnarndiion that Sportion of the Gorov r'ar message riL tie to lifS ieranee e- mio, and to Sinmetiga te air at an dlimmr ne mpanies doing buiem in this State: I. J. mroe, ao Aroyese Chairmean; E. W. Dewees De oto; a. W. yaE , of Mr. Graga p, t Jmrinm, present ed a peiMan of Howard M which wasrned ad lreferred to th.Cam I mit on Cla.in. r. Torkqd ofar( l, premented a pe tition a f4sor of Coruelius Driseol, which was med ad eIemIs to the Cdom6ie an Ia s and Lines -su dt or -urn Mr. Drmas, dt, Jo hn e Blh i gave noti e t'" sat sMtsi time he I wauld isntr.mes a bil the msMamips- I ion Moss lDese Muari, amr AchM of I Hero"n Bowery, of 8L John the lBap tief Lorimiar amu or erasises comrnumsa The Coasmittee on Jdiciary, through its dehirman, submitted a report favor able to the passage of Hose bill No. 10. An sotto estend the limits of the cor paratioa of the town of M a, and to in the erpo authorles therdof the I ameddve control of the liee and msle of piteous sad intsztinga liqaorm within said limit, and the dispetion ofI theream aaing thee om, which was I rseiwd, epte d and adoptad, nmder a wpenais of the rules. The bill was considered as eagoed, adnd Mder snsaion of the eemsti tstioml sle, tih bill was put upon its , third reading and dal pasage, It title was adopd ad it was ordered to be at to the Beate for o eeaaorree. fTh Committe aon relmeet thromugh its ehairmna, smted the fobowlg re pore, which werer seirad and seeptud : Comorrm on hNM aler, New Orleans, January, 871L To the Homseaie peak sad aMemb.e at the aorse f Iseprmssa vas: I beg leave to eport thellowing i bi as dy egrosed, ri : House bill No. 87, an act o the relief of John L Iewis, of the parish of asi borne. Houe bill No. 40, an act to define the jurisdition of justices of the peace for the perish of O(eai in all eivil muses where the amount elaimed does not en. eeed one hundred dollars eslaive of inteest sad codts. House bil No3, a ast to purchase eve hundred copies of a treatise on at techmenta, with notes on the other ena servatary writ, under the laws of the State of Louisians, by Kimball A. Cross. House bill No. 37, an aset requiring all sales of sceeseion property to be made by the sberi3e of the parishes in which the property is situated, except in the parish of Orleans. C. J. ADOLPHE, Chairman. C4worrrnz o. Enor.Lmr ir, New Orl~ens, January 2' , 1871. To the HAdnsble SpeMcker and Memuben of the Hsetm of cpresenmttiveo : I bIg leave to report as duly engroseed the following bils, vis : House hill No. 80, an set to authorize Mrs. Stells Bradley Hunter to change her name. House bill No. 33, an act granting a leave of absence to Robert Ray, Judge of the Fourtesith Judicial District Court. House bill N. 35, an act for the relief of Bramstein & Bender. C. J. ADOLPHE, Chairmn. The Committe on Printing, through its aelirman, sumitted the bllowing report, wiek was reelvede d acepted : Comummw on Prauc Pmnmxo, I New Orleans, January, S4 187L. To the aH.sn epakermda Membsm eft n Hose Ref lpretatiae: Sam -astruetedq tb eammtPt to report avoraly on te resoltion of Hon. R. M.J. Kemner, of Orleam, by inawrt ing th "Sde Regiiruri inrtead of the "Gusrs-, Genr" whlich has the printing bye soaret hom this State, and to r Scommend its adodtioa. C. W. RINUOOLD, Cheirman. Mr. ~eaer, of Orlea s, moved the adoption of the report, upoa which Meser. Harpre o St Chmarles,~and aScmaher, of Orlena dmadedl the yam sad naysl, whd h resalted as fol laws: TYeas: Abel, Adolph, Antoikm, Bya ret, Bndtly. Baunt, hneean, Codran, 'Da~imtrg, Divrs, Dmes, Dewees, T15pd, Gaddi ard , W. Harper, yam., Johson, ureanro , eener, Ia. rent, J. B. Lot, Xaloiey, EMrie, No. caric. NoFaulsad, .*oo, Murphy, uCi, Ra. b, Biley,. Bingold, . Stanton, Touanir, Veet Washingto., o nae, W yibm, . Willa, a. Waiasm Wlleon-4L x. saoer, aser, Bans0, Bick hewm wotwr.massase.ardheown ages, laningh... atmssemes.r, larter, (ochses, Derby, Davidsom, Daio, llis, Panlkner, Posmtelieu, Gaemt. kaMp P. Harper, Hemptsad, 1,3a, Rii ..II, La fisier., Lamhis, K Iow, Nomon Nrrki, Nesonw, OpLtek, to, Ostwm, Poad, Schmae er, Soer, Stamps, Steven, St , Ttrma, Th.ops.,, 'Thssed, Upma, Wad, Washi.qmt o Cmeordie Wetes Ywoks Yuith-oG -: So the report *ss not adoptud The Seary of the asente wasa noaueed with the fobowing meeseg: OnemasaaL Aea.Ly a T tem, I New Osteaas J7 t *I) Ts. aW abbi. aps me MeSs rd e easef I ialruslt withs: I m intrie to dorm yar oot I able body that the saate has eomemrde in BHm bill No. , to ebange the sa a the ase d Fisher ad others, with Alas, to ask the eomearrease of the.s Hose In Senat bil No. IT, to a the terms s te Distriet Comat in the Fear. teeth Jdiial Didld CHSAmBL H. man1 r T Secetary of the Senste. Upon moiaao of Mr. Dowees, of De I Botos the raes were sespended, and the ' substitte for Sete bill SNm4 4 aet I to apportion the State into senatorial I distrits, adto b the namber ot Be presatives i be eleted4a m eash p arish ad rae ssntative diatri is the I State, mad designating in what distri c Senato rs obe elected, when tbhe I has been a eage in the eseria deis iedt, ad rqse g all other laws a the subjsek and taken up The question, when th bll was last coesisred, being upon its third rnding i and Sal passge, Mr. Dewnes, of Deo Soto, eiled for the previous question. The mnin qedti was orderd he bill was rnd a third time by its I title. Upon is asl passage, the yeas and nays were demandedbl Mers. Thomp- l son, dSt. T'bmamaay, ad Antoine, of Orleans, with the following result : Yea: Abell, Adolphe, Antoine, Barnett, Mant Brown, Burch, Denas Dewees, Faulkner, Gardner, Garthalmp, P. H per, W. Harper, Hempetead, learson, H. Lott, J. Lotts Mahoney, Matthews, Mecuaty, MeFarland, Moor, Morris, Opt, Overton, Quinn, Biley, Setai, Stamps, Stanton, Turead,, VTrett Washington, tof Asnaption, washing ton, of Comordia, Waters, Wheland, H. Williams, Wilson, Yorks Yong-41. Nays: Basr. Barker, Barrow. Belot, Bentley, Bickham, Bowe, Barewte, Broueard, Bryan, Buhann, Busking ma, Buler, Carter, Chaers Coaran, Derby, Darinaburg, Davidson, Davis, Doris, Ellis, Floyd, Fonteliem, Gaddis, Hyms-, Johnon, Kenner, Kilen, Kin se I a Saliniere, Llambias, Lynch, Marie, Marvin, Meadows, M.)ure, Mor phy, elown, Ong, Otto, Pond, Raby, Seuanacher, Stevens, Stinmon, Tatman. Thomwpon, Ullman, Wands, E. Wil lihams-51. And the House refused to pass the . tlr SMr. Harry Lott, of flpide moved thait the House do now adjourn until to Smorrow, upon which the yeas and nays Iere demanded by Mesrs. Wheylnaul, of abine, and York, of.Carroll, with 6the following result : Yeas: Adolphe, Antoine, uaker, Barker, Barrett, Belot, Bentley, Bowen, Brown, Buchanan, urob, Darinsburg, Davidson, SDavis, Dewees, Ellis, Faulkner, Floyd, Gaeddis, Gardner, W. Harper, Hemp stead, Hyams, Kearson, Kenner, Kin sella, Lambias, H. Lott, J. B Lott, Marie, Matthews, McCarty, McFarland, Moneare, Moore, Morphy, Nelson, Otto, Overton, Pond, artain, Scbremacher, soner, stanton, stinson, Thompson, Turesand Vernett, Washington, of As samptios, of Coreordis Waters H Wil liams, Wlson, Torke, Young- -45L Nays: Abell, Barrow, Blckham, Blunt, Brewtner, arrerd, Brysn, uasing ham, Batler, uoter, Cachers, Cochran, Darbg, Deepes Darn, Fontelien, Garat ksap, P. Harper, Johnson, Killen, Ia Salnre, Lyneb, Jfahoney, Marvin, Madow, Morsr, (ag, pLatek, Quinn, Baby, Stevens, Tatman, Lunoir, Utllm. Wands, Wheyland, H. Williams-S7. WILLIAM VIGE1s, .h..q, i i 3s, 16 7n. The Horn mat pwmat to adnPurn Speaer Deat i the sch. Therl was .eased .ad the omllwsi 'meshr. eanwered t toheir names: Xes.. ar,( Ahis, Adolphs Antoine, Baer, B er arsret, Barrow, Baot, 'Id s.... aSr , , Bnewater, Brysa, Ba - an, Bkasghem, Bwmb, Ballr, Cter, Chehira e, Cobra, Craw Swra, swb, Darinstbur, avidson, D mr ew, ,ms El Is, Faulkner, OadaIs, OnratheaR V. aqpusr, Hemp Sstead, Hastes, Bysas, Joason, leer son, lEmner, Kimsa, iambias, H. Lotu, M Mroin, Matbh.ws, adN Mearw NoneUre, Moos,. Morphy, Nlsba, Gag, Opist a, O E~ nDad, Qoin ab, tilq, singetl. t Sch uasb.er, eith, soIner, stmus. nson,1ms, Thomp sonT, Tonr Tweend, Dim., Varret, I. WifiamH a Waiims, Wilon, Wo rall, erha Yuang-Ub pryer by the Chaphim pensed wit, uoan the motion ot Mt. Iy --, of brItm, d m i a .. wsa 6 Yr. U elho, o Od.sas ,,e ~ ,a rse.ieraM od athe voe whe y the Hem sambw ud to p the, smh stte fr dast blINa no , mad b qge rtam the St a into m-noril d sti ad to i the amber of Repres9 tatives o be elected ben each perih ad preeem- Z alive disih in the Sa*, an designat lag nlwhat di.t r e --bmetsar tobe elected, where there has beme chan ge in ths aetor at dirict, and repealing all oher laws a the bjeet. Mr. Moaese, of m ,ad, oved *ll the motion a the Ital, and being seconded by Mr. Thompsen, of 8t. Tam many, alled for the yeas and Ray, with _ th following rseemit : I Teas: Baker, hamer, lcakhm, Bryan, t Aekinghas, Buatr, rChes, Drby. Davis, io, W. Harper, Dyse, Joh n. son, iMen, Emasel, I aHlaire, LImabiss, Lynch, Meadows, Moer e Nedha, Pon., Nlai. seemes, Iteom, Tetas,a Thoempuem Wand, WormaL IS. Nays: Abel, Antoine, Barrett, Blat, Bowen, irewder, Brown, BIchanan,1 Barak, Carter, Omnera, (rawaohd, Dar. inmburg, vhidsom, eeeas, Dewees,I hmeemr, addis, Gardner, Goaretkam, 1 Hempetead, Hustona, eer.o, Keaner, Iment. H Lott. J. B. 1~t Maboney, Maris, Marvin, Matthews, MCarty, Me Farland, Moore, Morphy, ong, Oplatek, Ote, Overton, q-uinn Rb, ey , Eing gold, Sartain, Soner, Stamp, Stanton, Tounoir. Tusned, Ullman, errett, Wahington, of Ass ption, Washing, ton, of (oseordi Wateey . Wheylaed, . Wlians, H. Widisms, Wason, Yorke, Young--10. The motionto lay on the table was loat, and the motion o reconsaider pre-, vaied. Mr. Bowen, of qOrduas moved that thebill be referred to a special ommittee of e nmembers with instrations to re port immrdiately. Mr. Barsrett, of Oreas, moved to lay th motion to refer upon the table, upon which, being seconded by Mr. Antoine, of Orleans, be alled forte yees and nays, which resmlted as folow : Tea+: Antoine, Barrett, Beley, Blunt, &ighm,. Coeý , Crawford, Davis, Denma, Faulkner, Floyd Oiddi., Gandner, arstkamp, Hrmptead, auto, IL Lot, MArie, MCarty, Moorn, Morris, Quinn, Baby, Bil.y, Martin, Hoser, emps., Ta reaud, Ullna, Verrett, Washington, of As samltion, Wasmingtau, of Comcoadia, Wa ters, IL Williams, Wilson, Yorke, Young 87. Nays: Ahell, Adolph, Baker Barker, Be lot, Bickham, Bowen, Brewater, Brouurdl, Browlt Myn, Bacea, baeek, Balter, Carter, C'hbherr, Derby, Darimburg, Da. vides, Derees, Ell, W. Harper, Hyaa, Johnnuus Mansea., leausa, Ill.., Kiameln,' IA Maniner, Laurent, Lnmlad., J. IL Lot, Lynch, ahouey, Marvin, Matthews, Me Farlwnl, Meadows, Muoeure, Nelso, Ong, Oldatek, Ott, Pond, Binaggo, Omih, stato, Stevens, Sim..on, Tatuman, Thomp sun, Tannnir, Whyled, E. Willibsas, Wor. The tion to lay on the table was lt, and the motion to refer to a speel coummit tee of the prevailed. The Speaker announced the following a the paial mmittee: 5. I. iowens, foaa.. 3. H. Busb, of Eat Nases Daog. E. W. Dewe dof De Hoto. J. Meadow., of Cllbors, U. W. Carter, of camero. Mr. Barrett, of Orlea, .eed the fol. lowig re odutlo, whdL wa nread uadee a .uyenmuau d the rule. ad adopted: asdea, ThaU the Loeiiasia, be ad L henreby athoed to peblih the doiald preedgLa . the b me of Upd Psete tti, te ease to be pai eat ef the cotin gent hua. Mr. vihaom, of Ivingaee, mvead he reoumideitslofthe vote jaut taken, where aupon Mr. enmer moved that tha mote be laid upon th tteable. Tb. yeam anlya wes thereupo aled Lw by Masn. Moaeure, of (addo, and Thommsom, of flk Tamassy, with the seA. Ye,.: Abel-, A4dlhe, Antoine, Barrett, Be Jma. swen, anew, 3.d- n ,i BI'me, (rawfeo Drimbame, Dole, Ikv-, iD..S- Derie, Fmakner, lnl," tUddhOesaedeer, V. Naiper, WEhmpihmi Ktneesa, Inwen, 3. IaW, 5. IaSt Ma. -any, 3Lwb AInrmas M , mspby, Morris, Ong, Opl0 t&, ots, Overh~quina Itaby, Nibs, 5Magge, bartin, 8pape, Ituaten, Tumesr, Theid, Ullma, Ver. reW, Wand, W hLngton, of Am-pls. Wachlnstem, of Cmneemlia, Vatn, Whey York., Teq-. xNp: Bahe. aeter, 3a, JbLah, ameter, cDae, Coebe Derb, Sh IIQh, Mased, NMoes Mee, Net. ..- Pm. &.. a - hs, e.ih, lfa let he- a lqe the tahi themse Mr. USng., o semen, eA the 5.1 lowing omeimn, whigh as d under a .emtsf e theamul , mlado lpted: osreSfu4 The the Coeemithee o I -es hmag l ian hereby semheetlm o vidi the ns s ad lsemeehe (ld, -s toistigte the s in regmal te te. va aefthEir, lere, as per qwtitioinlntro 7 - - - * e*,-* ***-- d': Tpo h i"sro 8'"Nesp r 'IA em/ ie.J 3.aa O N f L tthe 8emml fd ipes d ihe fes to a eshmmrilhebi M ,m .em. lea o tbN Cofse wbe O at dsLonsa ot oatelas no 1m 1i hlb.. lwe To the Bonmd r aWml d , ;tebe .1 the Name of Tremaeets. popal Chisek * ath, C as Bow a Loui..a; like. in o.eS, taoin.ap.-.. ht nse ,,nship h, eomp aM Me s ad I , Nmie, L,i- NA; ,seM.i. oe 9s, to e ditk the r.'dl a ryd e adbe al , the pdlsh .1 Uingdo., beg Io.L . srepauteabiy, ndI reemoo their p a...g a .ptm eCdssy .almi"s~, , ttlo anad, an IR' it, , alnNis b . The a~ts ripused by mmt. tNo yersi eaesered as eams.d uasa a srris i the irule, sed pmm on mthe era..er for third re3n di. "By p.meisim. 3b. S s4 e("iv: etoa, eeled up b1 N. p38it bythe ompte d ues it plreed upo. its id e immr M me pesiom the rule, nd liuy paIsed, its tIe adopted anld was dt be seat to the em ote so om-mes. l et w "n....;.. 9 a a s The Commse l ,m l s eleet.-e:.gk the foMlowg, tBo e biM No. 10: Sset to eam the lims the e e "bi or the faown i el ahu aid tba atdo he Iy.m. esoti.em.. OwnedeNto weand estral d th eeas jan d d spuetous D or intessentings wigma le said Ma A, and the dipeoig n gNm 0nNm, sling C. J. Atsdothm.othinese - The speta etmefmebee to who was ntow e pubesih utulme to treN t4 e ivghe itsI easirma, ts altb tLhe folwing rae ,aYour sapedlg sae~i. to who was e-, msmd the debatete to eats bie Noa .4i 4 poet said biB bok to the Hos, ad sem* C. L AIWW tlb wChe I sead its pmamg, with the l!bowing e.d* me ts:Home of -wm Strike out !bei 1t6s to 12 ban ns st. tenth repreesematlre diatriet, tenth weed, three; eleventh bepowtve district Seleventh ward. two; tweak lt ea.qemtive district, tweltl thkiostg a lmaeteesth . t JOR W>. OWE. I, The let smeadameut reprted by the r mm- mitten, allowing thee. Nspeuesatsivme to c the linth Represeintadve Disiet. was ad 4 The mamm an third .aeme.n.. ee. allow - lag two aepremleats aa t he r- IDrSt, sad two to the Twel k were rsete&d t M. Walks, d TMG lpmhe a09eul the following a.e.d... whisk was i apups th hede: In the ty-eaemth mam strike out the wuird*"I*rvageteo" ml In the SftyuLzth line, ekr ths ewrde **g.. Bins tage," eert as the weadk**mm UIdam. Mr. Barret, of Orleame, ino a eweou aideratiom of the vote wheeby the Names L4 apted ta bot amalesm re mended by th epeejie smmatee whih N. alsh. move M aM a st be a rule the abai wue up.. io tirt reading. we dm11 by Msee Jhmemre, o with the Sloewlwg semi: Tees: Abedl, Asoine, Baret DeSeety, G mkaeamp, W. HarpurUmiem. o umo Iearon MeJesha. Kern', II. 0mt & , a lame, TesteS Wsm. x.liaq ip N Oph.:k, Onte , Pams ih. * mtlere , Versus. Wsmm, yDau. ', wUe Nyam., Kmit.Kieet I-... l.4 s a reerW -am a , he hiw ybua, pinedm, itat-Ot sI. atoe, aeL a o4 measenm T ende mmA to rto see to e 8ea nemsed wth the l wing musing.: New( tm.J ugeey,, 1I a. I mp i.reedts ethe .ein rseme 3 th a m B aus mg al N. e, tob. I Commaun urn ma rmm.. .