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the bill and continued it through.
Mr. Campbell moved to suspend the rules to put the bill on its second reading. Mr. McMullen moved to take a recess till seven o'clock. The Senate refused the recess by the following vote, yeas and nay. being called. Yeas: Daigle, Futch, Lynch, McMillon, Pisses, Thoinas-6. Nays:Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bow iah, But'er, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Huneaker, nriham, No'and, O'Hara, Regan, Itay, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thompson, Twitchell, Todd, Whitney, Wilcox-25. The question then recurred on the mo tion of Mr. Campbell to suspend the rules to put the bill on its second reading. The Senate adopted the motion by the following vote, the year and nays being called: Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bow man, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, In grhanm, Kel0, .Noland, O'Hara, Pinch beck, Ragan, Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, Thompaon, Todd, Twitchell, 11uitney, Wilcox-28. Nays: Daigle, Futch,Lvnch, McMillen, Pierce--5. The Chair decided that the bill had peased its fir t reading. The constitutional role was suspended by a forn-ffths affirmative vote, the bill put on its soeend reading. Mr. Campbell moved to take up the bill see tion by "ection. Mr. McMillen moved to commit the bill to the Committee on Lovees. Mr. Campbell moved to lay the motion on the table. On call of the yeas and nays, the motion was carried by the following vote; Yens: Andersen, Antoine, Barber. Bowman, Campbell, Conpland, Fish, Gallup. Harris. Ht r wi,,. Huasaker, Ingraham, Kelso, Noland, O'Hara, Ragau, Ray. Smith, Swords., Syphar, Thomas, Thompson, Twitchell, Todd, Whitney. Wilcox -2t. Nays: Butler, Dligle. Fatch. Lynch, McMillen l'ierce, 1inebhack- 7. Mr. MclMillen moved to make the bil! the special order of thi day for nett Saturday. Mr. Campbell moved to lay the motion on the tehie, which was adopted by the following vote the yeaes and nays being called: Yeas: Andersen. Antoiue, rarber, Butler, Campbell, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsa her, Ingraham, Kelso, Noland, O'Hara, Pinch hack, Ragam, lar, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas. Thompson, Todd, :t itchell, Whitney, Wilcox -.2t. Nays: Digle, Fetch, Lynch, McMillen, Pierce, Mr. Ray moved to adopt thi bill on its second reading, and upon that motion be calred the pre vious question. Mr. McMillen demanded that the bill be read. Mr. Ray moved to ley the motion 'to read the bill on the table.. Mr. McMillen d;.niel thatle ald moved to have the bill read; but easerted t4"t he deg ed the renting of the bill as his right, Mr. McMiflen then naived thad the' bil be read section by seetion ind considemed. Mr. O'Hara moved to lay the motii on the table. On a **a1 of the yeas and nays th, Semnte refhsed by fha following vote: Yeans: larberBattlhr,In,4ibdain, Kelso, O'Har. Ray, Smith, Syphe:, Twitchell, Wilct4t -O Nayet Anlevron,.Antnine, Bowmean, Campbell, C >upland, Paigle, Fish, Futqh, Galinp. Harris. Herwig, Jlnusaker, Lynch, McMillen, Noland, Pierce, P'iuchlack, Ragan, Swords, Thomas, Thempson, 'irdd, Whitney -27". Mr. Hunsaker moved to read the read the bill as as wholegwsa sue~tte tothe aomen oafltr Melillen to ree4 section b1 section. MIr. Futch moved to take a ecees till pveae a'eock. Refused. Mr. Mexilesm amoed tolate the motion of Mra. Hwpegahq(on the bible, wthA thebesatevetEmed lay the followiug vote, yqus and wag hding called. Yeas: Anderson. Aatoisj , B c4mq, ]aaigle' Fatidh, Kclsh. Lynch, ~ictllcn, Piqe -9. C.oepland, Fish, Gallup, lisria, Herw~ig, Hunsa ker, lngraham Nolaad. O'Hms liagan, Bay, Smiths, Mwoqph.. Syphe#, Thorans, Thse~pean, Todil, Twitchell. Whituay, Wilcox-..24.. MIr. MMilleu moved to take a rocess till seven o elock. iteiwied. The liceretery comamamed to eneadI.tth bill, when Mr. hay moved to suspend eth reading, and called for the previona question on the mne. On a etdl of tile yeasa mid nanyetbe nmain qques tion was oniseet by the *dllowing vote: Yeas: An lerson, Antoine, Barber, Boe set, Butlar,;isqppbell. Coupland, (Aallutt, Ilamrie, Herwig. liunsakor, Ip, a n~ojand. O'HLara, Ba s, 1ba smlth, Siords, yp1ter, Thomaer Thlmpenapn, 4wit~aeil, Todd, Whiltiey, Wilcox Nayg: llackman. Abigle, Paich, Iqnch, Mo. )Iillen, Pterce.-6.r Mfr. 3lcMillen raised tb poiphi of order tha. the constitution piro'v t1all hills shoul4 undugo tnhMaags celtw ebu A~'ad of diathoen alkonuf )hj;MathMe redbing of the bills were india sle; thet1n rule te quiring they. dais c~jmjp.dbe se. pended by a four-fs rot .fthe.Menate, hut the three reading. mfmst be, bad. The President deEdhide Y lut-Sfths at relative to the reading of . The question then reepigq 1 sp She tmgo to dispense with thffnrther reds.ftC hp b>ll. On a call of ti yeas andI nays the rs 4hw dipspesed with tl* fonowfthg veot. Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Batbel, Blackman, Be'% , Buthif, d1impbell, Coupland, Fish, (alltp, ?alr, Mrrwig, Hunuaker, Ingrshamw, Kelab, Noland, O'Hara, Pinehbaek, ROann, lIar, Stoith, Swords, Sypher, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Wlitaiy, Wileox--29. Nays: Daitle, Fetch, Lynch, kfeMjilen, Fierte-5. Mr. Ray meoed ~adopt the bili on secondreadlin4, andeallforthoe question on thp motion. Mr. McMillan moved to adjourn. On a tall of the yeas and nays, the Senate refused by the fol!owing vow: Yeas, Blapknrn, Daigle, Patch, Lynch, McMillen, Pierce, Thomas-i. t Nays: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bow man, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaaer,Ingra ham, Kelso, Noland, O'Hare Pinchback, Ragan, Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thompson, Todd, Twitchel, Whitney, Wiloci-27. Mr. McMillen called the yeas and nays on the ordering of the main question. The main question was ordered b,' the following vote, the yesu and nays being called: Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bowmen, Butler, Campbell, Fish,;Gallup Harris, Herwig, Ingraham, Kelso, Noland O'Hara, Ragan, Ray, Stmith, Swords, Syphr Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whit ney, Wileox-25. Nays: Blackman, Coupland, Daigle, Futch, Hunsaker, Me)Bllen, Pierce, Pinchbeck-9. The question then recurred on the motion to adopt the bill on its second reading. On call of the yeas and nays the bill was adopted on its second reading by the following vote: Yeas: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Bowman, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, Ingrmham, Kelso, Noland, O'Hara. Pinch back, tagan, Ray, Smith, Swords, Srpher Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wileox-28. Nays: Blackman, Daigle, Fatch, Lynch McMillen, Pierce--C. Mr. Ray moved to suspend the rules to put the bill on its third and final reading, and moved the previous question. The yeas and nays being caged, the main question was ordered by the follow ing vote: Yeas: Annerson, Antoine, Barber, Bow man, Butler, Cambell, Fish, Gallup, Flhrris, Herwig, Hunsaker, Kelso, Nbland, O'MIara, Pinchback, Ragan, Ray, Smith, SwbrdS, Sypher, Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox--27. Nays: Coupland, Daigle, Futch, Lynch, McMillon, Pierce-C. Question then recurred on the motion to supend the rules for a third reading. On call of the yeas and nays, the rules were suspended by the following vote: Yeax:Anderson, Antoine,Darber, Bow man, Butler, Campbell, Coupland, Fish, (Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Hunsaker, , In ,raham. lielso, Noland, O'Hara, Pihcb hack, flagan, Ray, Smith, ' Swords, Syplier, Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcox-28. Nays: Daigle, Futch, Lynch, McMillen, Pierco-5. The constitutional rule was then sus landed by a four-fifths affirmative vote. Mr. McMillen, during the roll call, asked to be allowed to spread upon the nninutis his reasons for voting as he should op the bill. The p)oint of order was raised by Mr. flisy that no one had the right under the rules during roll call. The Chair tnstainzed the point. Mr. Ray moved that the bill do now finally pass, and called the revidtte ?lue tion. On motion, the yeas and nays were caller on ordering the previous question Yeas: Andersonl, Antoine, Barber, iBowman, Butler, Cainybell, Fish Gallup, Harris, Heiwig, Hunsaker, Kelso, Nolaind O'Hani, agari, Iata, Sword&, Sypher, Thomas, 1honipeano Todd, Ta itchell, Whitney, - it~,e±-24. Nays: Aclanckn, Coupland, Daigle, Futch, T~ynch, McMullen, Pierce, Pinch ¶'he main question 'was oialered. The y~eae and nays being lalled, the final phaaage if the bill 'was made by t1A foll'owing vote: 1*has Atider'bn, Anitoine, Barber, IAw man, Butler, Camnpbell, bonplsnd, Fishs, Gaffup, A9ttrisi3,HIerwig,IBunsaker, ng ham, Kelso, Noland, O'Hara, PinchbAck Raa, IRay, Smith, Swords, Syphr,, Thom~as, Thompson, todd. Twitc~hell, Whitney, Wilcok--28. Nays: Black man, Daigie Futch, Ipicim, McMillen, Pievce--6. Jf1£ Ray tnoved'to reconsider the vote just taketb, and moved to lay the inotion to recanshler on the~ table. On wbichi motion to.lsy on the tabl thn dh nd ys we called with the followlin roes: ': Yes(andemreob, Apoine Dasher, ?w man, ButlerCazypbefl, (touplTand I 0pnlaierairs,Herwig, Ingrahamn, ~elao, hNolaald, O'HBasra, Pinc~zback, Ragan Bay, Sword, 8.vpher, Thomas, Thom o Todd,' Twit~en.ll Whine, Wilcpz-?-a. Nays: B ackai, Dile, Futch,1 gn maker, Ly'ne, Mce~ullein, l1eie-7! Mr lcmnmoved to a4omtill tomornow Adepled. ) '. stood adj@s until the Mnamth temset ao kwaira a c1oc~k.M. - -. - - - . o A C9 I. M InTaIes j Ibirty.Wgshh laj'. .5mb., 8wsmr. Canamet ) Wec~eeay, Febrauqm,1, Ia1. * The Senate mat pusmebnt ee aramse. Prpent: mos. O4 J. Dana, . esat Qow erpor and President of thp SMea4tgt; s Anderson, Antoine, Wber, Blaekson, 3owatqu Butler, Camnbell, Coupland, Dlqigle, jh mtch, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Ruesaker, Ingrahea " *enks, kelWo Lewis, Lynch, ycarillep, Nosla d, O'Hara, PIerce, Pinchbeck, Ragan, Bay, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wilcoi-t8. Payer by the Chaplain. The minutes of the preoious day's session were corrected and thir reading dispensed with. maAes 3d as nona. The Sqrtary informed the Hors. that Abe Senate all conesared in the following bll1s; ts: Hous bill NO. 90,. es st etitledan s:t to amend and re9-06ct4 .ctions 1848 and 1864 the Reused Statutes o(1870. ouase bill No, 205 to be entitled an apt relative to the Lopislana Levee Comppay, a corporation eoganized under the general lawn of the State, constituafag it a body politic and coepetute' ith et&tsin powers, privilileges a4 franchises in contracting with said 'oorpoest~oti for the construction, maintenance ad repair of certain lases, and previdlag hbc the compensa tion therefor. . - 1MYESAGE FROX YW! Wh . Rooes e Bar hmura, .COoe of Chd. Clafrk, Orew Or1eans, February U. 187, To the oorable President and Members of the Senate: OsGavmzsx-I am diete& by the Rouse 1o ask the concurrence of the Senate in the follow ,img- ' House bill No. 72, an act for the relift of _ Clark H. Remick, tax coilectbr in and i*r the parish of Vermilion. r WILLIAM MIGKi, Guist Clerk. rmono aim xsuomaia Mr. Thompson presented a meecedal from Mr. Marks, pertaining to the report of the com mittee on Elections in the case of himself vs. Mr. Hunsaker. On motion of Senator Thompson the me. mortal was read in part. Mr. Oullup moved to suspend the reading of the memorial. Mr. Ragan moved to reject the memorial. Mr. O'Hara moved that the memorial lie over to come up with the report of the Committee on - Elections. ,Adopted. Mr. tlypher presented a petition of Z. Todd, praying to be relieved from taxes claimed to be erroneous, which was duly referred to the Cow mittee on Judiciary. asRoars or coxxnrrass. $r. Ray, from the Committee on Judiciary, reported favorably upon Senate bill No. 8, to be entitled an act authorizing the assessment ind I colleetion of a special tax of twenty-five thousand dollars to build a courthouse and a parish jail in the parish of Temrabone. Lies over. Also, reported favorably upon Senate bill No. 155 to be entitled an act for the relief of the home Insurance Company of New Orleans: Ices over. DMr. Gallup, from the Committee on Pensions and Gratuities, reported that the committee bad the reports of the Pension Commissioners before them, and asked that the reports be printed. So ordered. DMr. Thompson presented a report from the board of distribution of the small-pox fund, appropriated by the Legislature February 17, 1870. Mr. Thompson moved the report be referred to a special committee of three to be appointed by the Chair. Adopted. V Mr. Lynch, from the Committee on Finanes, reported favorably, with aameneat, upon Senate bill No. 123. Lies over. Mr. Blackman, from the Comamittee on sanks and flanking, reported back without any action gbeteon the following bills: Senate bil No. 98, a bill tobeentitledauasst incorpesase the Loathiana &Ikitg)a~~k and senate yiji seo sop a bill to he eatilaeds act to incorporate a Louisiana Joint Stack flank, etc. Senate billiNo. 138,&4bifllto be entitled an ILies over. Of a bW tobe entitiledan set for the relief of Grieff and Byraum. By Mr. Wilcox: Ofnabillhtobe emtitleda ast to lejorate the Lone Star Benetrolent Ainsociation of the par ish of Weat Felictflat. By Mr. Twitchell: SOf 4blfltobeoentitled an act to emaneipata P'anl iese. arrmoaerrow toars lhafo~tiwtag~bll wsr#r introduced by wai I ooenseant: By Mr. 8mith: A bil(to be entitled an act to melarticle three thoriasand, teunedand sixty of the Statutes of Louisisan.4 > Passed its first reading. T Ihe 0omentuu0,io rat se U m a SowAMba eSaapaihve vote, the hitt pea asete swond reading, and referred to thCaaomdje on Judiciary. By Mr. Smith:( AbM oik ehttlhdasst to lay ou sdpe a pugetooad hm die ba5e esshe Mimiaiapp risur axad tote *Net Oslean. aad~b.i~ Fassed ita firs reading, The ediltissential tle was the susened a four-6ak arsmati weeee the hAlpaie'o, its second reaging, sad reteeted ta te,0unetakes on Corporations. , By Mr. Gallup: . .1 bill to he entitled an de4 to m~ eto *Mrty~eMo an aet. appiossi Uhroe 1 IQ The confltutioeml rule w.as.th...pemd~p, a fourfiths affirmative vote, the bill put on its ea adreding, and xM r~dto the committdee mo~posed of the city delegatiom. JA ibb b.e sauled oh eaN dhrethg e State aThps Wtsy Chlub~g =dubia sadent is orhy. o wrorf4 eoo... sew c cldaonaltule w s .thespenadedt by a fcamftha Oeai" IV * ,eMste bill pet sin its -eed reading sad wefakred ta $ omaltie A lto e entitled asaset gmantngcertaap privlegah`ote ts isaaia aetal and Lauel m 4Passed fits ha reading. Tbs. rcnet onaae, was isa seependea bra weas the nambasse loes, 4twbiH pel be its seaond reading, and referred to the.@ Ataigee oe Diesta , GIle an s ad d h Navigatdton Senate bill No. 137 was taken up sm s.do*r nest '4ha play at 1 p. x:.ý The fv °, W" t~U to pevio t A bill. to be entir: an act tp tb6 Atchafalaya liar t aitps floreIpup of t-asin d ft gh 1.auh' 4 bad, toaid eesnbsbeq veee LduiBma ausd e. (Psasq4its.aresau. The oonstitutional rule was then suspeadedbl daSeaskdha a g4,sen e . te' bb tat a its second reading, and referred to the Comntuade f By Nr. Anti pe: 1. Abill to be ptled oan* s* agIdm fln' a compromise tads betwesq tha '* o( Shreveport aup1 the assiga em sudrqpreqpiqvre of the 'arevort Town C mpaniL relaties to battur~ed tfr" f ilrnst reading. 'thee tnUme a1 ile wm tae £unpen4ed by. a four-Afths affirmative Vote, Snd (he bill putl upon it. .seeed . TIhe bill was ad maonesidtedenpcseett for! ,f a d6d sanding. The ioastit1tiol rule m'hther saspemdsh by a four-bfths affirmative vote, the bill tead its hard and lest time, sad. eoily adopesd with its title. B Mr. Swds: A ilto be entit tle an aet d iaoaporate the town of Napoleonville, in the parish of Aaaup lion. Pased its first reading . L The conititutional rule }ps theu.msopa d. ed by a four-gfths i arp vq vote. the .dill f put da its second reading, aud r ferred by the Committee on Pariahs and Pur ah Boundaries. r . ourr 1ss1oLzORee. By Mr. Ray: A Senate joint resoultion to purchase the files of the l)uisianas Courier. e Llie over'. aipoms or Coxmi r . IZZNG Ovas. kh. O'Hura called up the report of the Committee on Electiop. The report was read, Mr. O'Hiari moved to adopt the report. Mr. Thompson' moved thp petition pf Mr. Marks, the contestant, be read alaso. Adopted. The petition was read, Mr. Smith alloved to recommit too report to the Committee on Elkctions. _!r. O'Hara mhoved to lay the motion to recommit on the table. Adopted. The question thenr eourred on the motion to adopt. The report of the eomimittee was adopted. Mr. Ray called up an origind bill, report a ed by the Committee ea Juidieiary,. to t* entitled an set to authorise the Governor- i the bt As of Louisiana to grsnt leave of ab sence to State and parish oefers. SPased its first reading. I The constitional rule yas then snipend. ed by a for-ft4hs oarmstive vote, the bill put an its second reading, and coensidered engrossed for a third reading. The comatitutiomal rule was further .ub. pended by a four-fifths affrmative vote, the 1bill reed its third and las~ttie, sad inafty Sadopted with its title. Me. Berber oslled up BenasW bill No. S'j, Sto he emitiile on aot to kathoIdtheecI~ of I New Orleans to levy water rates' Upola 5114 pruperty on the lines of water pipe., eta. SThe bill was made th. special drdead for Thueeday next at one o'elo&k ORDER 01 TIN DAY. .Mr. Lewis moved topoetpone'the ordsmt of cbiy toe mbhlm hi mllup abll. The yeas mad nays were co~ed on the mo Lion to poetpoae, which wee adopted by the following vote: 4 tean: Anderson, Antoine, Biarber, Bow. alan, Bntle, iotapland, Ph, laNth, Her nag, hngadiam, Kelso, ?iiuis keiflexne, Noland, O'Hara, Pierce, Plach~snk Bagn,i Bay, Thomns, Thompion, To&l, Whitney, Wilenx-94. Nays: Campbeil, Gallup, Karris, Smt8 Sythber, Twitehe~ll-4. Nw: o'Kamt raised lie point of order tat the bill alluded to was not before the Sen ate; that~ 1t wa them in the honds of the committee, and no action cyalr be had whatever on the bill. 'The poht of order was suateined by the I Chair. onnan O or 3 'sAY assmR. C Senate blil N'e 9,f, to be entitled an act to eitablkbh in'lnstitute for thae instruction of the binet.wasfled up as te sec Oeuxnotion of Kr. flaga,~ t9eb was fix eg Iar bo-maeons at one o'dlock. t(fr. maeckitid wi& fentt to thue chair.J, .:enate bill No.23 wee tqken up, 1a~gre-, -o I faivwcIy 1hom the cmmaiiee. Mr. fIbartaia ted to comn e, tbe II91 a .semion by esUe.t Adoptedl. "The first section wte reed and adopted.1 * i. Tedkimiedo a as theinltjj, Onecall of the yeae mailnays the Sfate 6 :&Mrbgr, Bqutosa Blatte Ceasp e11 casentha >.ai5 asHrArds Uter RussTk, Ingedaian, Junks, lewis, y tneu7Wilcoz-: Section the n wpt read , red. .qnadoept th tird see Mr. Todd moved to ihdefnitely postpone thq biIL. . * The Senate refred to pospone .the bill by the fpllowing. Yeas: Antoine, Coup4, graham,' O'Hara, Pinchback, , 'thompsob, Todd-9. Nayst:Anderson, Barber, Bb*mBan, But I lee, Dalg, Fishe Gallup; Mmath, -Herig, Huesaker, JenaLwvia, Lymek, MeMien, Noland, Pierce, Ragan, Ray, Seeds, B' phI k Uiloell, Wike--. xr. rlpte mov, AuQ t i a i .n te thir' mee the 7qd rse",sam Ve ispeed poný! ýpoliýery, oL.,ach rih" r. ' e4, auoyed as a ubafitute the V'wds "one hundM Waolltm" be inse ied. -la O'Hars moied to by the substitute of Mr. MeMfIlema the able. *1Adapted ',, Mir. Barber withdrew the. moion to S:a &Bayz*sored toetrikesaktthe words "ifty cents" and insert the wrdes 'twen. ty 96ve ends," and ti dbrikd oat *i~f ater the *oed "vaccination" in he fourtes` SMr. O'IatarnW6 t as a.mbstiknte, tq ' eke out'Ihdqnards !'6$y oeate,"and ii sdit the worJ Itteu tlta.&"t MrrfPieree moved to lSy the mbatitufr on the table. º '7 d :. Q4 calldf the yeas an:nays mr Sen-1 te adsopted the motim be'y n the; tsble by~tie followi r'votee . } Yeas:, 14nEIeoa, Sprner, , t Bea. r.o=**, siicr FMchle, Noland, iere, I an.jf Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Thomas, i p sba, Teileellt '4Maioe, i'W ear--sV. ' Nay. & Comin4 Dae; Nets, tahit, It gmalpm,;ok, Kelhp Igneb, O'aw. *ch back, Todd-11. ( ji The motion of (s,l was Wes adepat$ to out "fifty" and insert " twent 4ve ".etc. Section three *as thee adopted a amended. Seeth obr wi ard, aid od "snodf t Ir Ptooeý ape adapbd . * 8*oiioi, Afvq see ,oi t Mr. Bseber move} to tale out a$ sier the word sqhools, in Line twelve. '¶'hd dineundment ais saaojted [The Preesldeit esmumat the eblalr] Mr. Pincheclk eased lSr, e.seelve seedon, which being duly seconded, the President 1or dered the lobbies cisat. ' S-EeeeI#t bission'belug tedned, ir. 1M' buk n moved to a4 jor4tM 1M I d.mosesow. . On calla( the .ws .nd4 gsp Abe usna see' fused to adjourn bs* thefollyiu Yeus: teackman, Bowman, ratch, Keho, xy Millen, Pinchbeck, Thomas, Thomn sn-8. Nays: Atide*ast, Antoine, @tlr, Otthr, CappbeNMow ,land, Iiglea mih* . alp*tasml xis, Hemwig, I Ryjkn. kaganblae, Jewe, Iawsi Noland, O Huar, Pierce, Rao u, Ry, Smit BA.rcs, Sfyp1er, ToM, Twiichel), Whitene diloor -7. Mr. Ingraham moved to take areceltird~ven o cleqk this eveviogm . Adopted. )vtawng Stsir., ;. The nces. hasing empited,' the y 8 e& kaw called to eorer by the Ptaideat, Bo:na. O. J, Dunn,. lesent: Hon. O. J. Dann, Lieutenant Governor qnd President of the e Messrs. Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Blapt aman, Bowman,. Hutlr, Camnpbell,CO e I Dtl le, PIch, P leb, tIUlIp, Harrs, wig, Humsak s, Ingraham, Jaiku, teim; lawis L.vach, Dmium, Noland4 O' e, Pierce, Pinchbeck, :biam, *Ray, Amith suman~s, 6ophe,, Thazne, Thieum., !h&I Twitehell, Whitney, Wilvox-4 , 'fahp conaiderattp of Senate bit B ,a was then requme&. 1The subjec 4 ~ tabledaulieto Iall by the tollowia g vbot, o e ~sa~adu** -: Yeas: Antoine, Ws~dgaAi (MiIId Ik, aui.nrhatokdmil tak Thosm.. Todd TWstbalL-IL' 'Nayag B.yber,1 I1pck~apa* 4Qual1A M lsp, qew~ Rannaer,. jeMq Plere, a t, pher, Wslool--, pau 4 l'ifteenth and Sixteenth Juia7 Xiti et, w tIesBtk The bkaks~ oef ef ; h.rtw9T4 sad tla sen he*oeddW ..am' g sad "October," in lines fifteen and ui In .eetiom 0"yee" line. dih tr and tWL'eAhewads "April"and "Oetober;" lises seventeen and eighteen, the wor&) "' sre"ast "Bipsteabeer." A motion was then madt Ici ptstpoae 16zrthea, conaiderMom of the bill until o morrow, which the Senate ret doils diviaioan-yas 4, May. 18 * The bill was then referred (0thie dale. gatiosm represekbin the dktricts a5k4 *A call for executhe menazot being atcomsd~tb.Paeuidntordmr8thtb ate and lobbies cleared. ' .eeqian MBluukasunskhct bra utoa ofteone s rapstetate~ ,Na 129 (amending the election' ~) which U sseaate raihaM by'te wn vote, viz: teak Ray niA,,Tns nsak sWhre., a), est, Tewigcel, H Winsoe -1.pi, ek Lo SA motaenwasithem.ammedtoadum, whack h IkJSfaMIInest foI kowliag IO'Warn, Twitched, Pinehback, p ine~ ITodd, V'WIheo -1! Otds Syp~er 1bill No. 187. to amiend "an act to, ne obsrucion inthe BayouCo f, and to improve .the flavagaiio f t uamns" approved Marsh 28, 186; takes up from esecond redig k A motion paiet on ei u ohv h iltinpresented bry 'Mr. Ande~rso n sPA. inte t anat , wsth en ordered tole :LADY AWGUTS. 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