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AT OLD PRICES. STHE SOLE AGENTS in the United States - LIVERPOOL WATCH CO., we are an .dby thew to closeout a large line of " Wtches, Chains. etc., now in stock t:Cub. t pricas never before known. All r ul to finish, artistie il delu . reliable "ne tuse, dorabit and of the latest SEver Watch will be retailed a #.l thanss S!y~t;3to"nand forwardede ecurely peek e.,pAid, to any part of the country on receipt oune can be sent to us by Express, a rder for Expres Co. to return Goods or , irch will secure promtness ad safety irch.Lr. Among our list will be found. ABE.TIFLL ENGLISH SILVER, 80ID ILjtLE CASE WATCH, genuine English full # ,ied novemtl, adjusted regulator, c~CA und 4,eaniae tarn erd, oorret and Or.t aucle. la or small sie, in omi Sruiing order,4 ih an elegant Gent's i:s. Cn, Locket and key, all complete, mail r a ýDOLLARS. Y,'IRY HANDSOMIE WATCH in fine 18 G.; .3 plated Double Casses-imitation of ,:,,,l, Watch--engraved or plain, genuine A E .fall plate jeweled movements, adjusted e,, correct, and in complete running aý th elegent Gent's Vet Chain, with tsand Key, r eihd pro-pase for only 5 DOLLARS. The Oride Gold Watch, A yjSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double Hunt 0 . Spring Cases, elegantly engraved, or .rr~ed, enuine Patent Lever move o jeweled, regulated and warranted to ,r ,eict time, and wear equal to Gold, Ske in appearance make, finish, bril S",f color. $00) Gold Watch. One of them e-,nd Watches will he forwarded I mail free ui d, ,drees, in handsome morocco case, ;:th velvet and stin, (Ladies' or Gent's , bh,) for only TWELVE DOLLABRS. ,e for Holiday Presents manufactured to Id )L'INE AMERICAN WATCHES of all pJie in Gold ad Silver Cases, from $18 up to a. Other Good Watches equally low. ith ev Club of six Watches, of any kind, we send at extra of same kind free, as a premium to .:ter up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge :m, tnde Gold Chains, S to $6 each, war nt.ed ully equ.d to Gold in brilliancy of color, fa wear, et( ,Bills of over $12 collected on delivery, .!,letred. All Bills of $12, and lees, must oe ,ash in P. o. Money Orders, or Registered Lttter, at our risk. Goods carefully selected, ekel andl forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by rre,, r receipt of price. Safe delivery of all do t irvuntceda . 'atches forwardedto be i ,,rn.:gnI to parties known, when express w char. . hboth ways are paid. No goods forward- B td w.,t of the Miseiseippi River, with bill to col ', : o! delivery. Purcluhasers must pay all ex pr1.w charge. on goods seut C. O. D also f,, rturn if money. All Cash orders forwarded fr . ,f crhtrges to destinatcou. Catalogues Free. A ddrees all orders CIIAS. P. NORTON & CO., Importers of Watches, etc. Fntaelished 18.7. lG Nassau St.. N. Y. No. 34-tf. A. simon's, COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT, NT'ATIONERI" BOOKS. ETC., L 91', 'Er"unq'y .Illey. iedlen Biencille ,, :,nil A(r,,(s, tew Orleas:. ..::. , 'r. Northern and Western dailies. i :.:. Ino hdwred and sixty different * r,'·-v: ;,ei l :,t %-olI . r,:. ~ r,:red to all periodical publie SL, - :ll be accountable for the sub rcr.: ~ !ing t.a they do not send back the 1- 'r 7,, ty otherwise. . CASENiAVE. I' NDE RTA KE4R 1 a .. ,.,; ,.,.- , Lo,,i.,tered, ;Yeo Orleans Lit. Carriage Pdor 2~1i.e. ,U)rEPHl II. WILSON'S IRY 00B9 ' EMi'() ORIUM, -0 S CANA.\L STREET,....163 FIRST FLOOR: P.1 0 ,Dp, (;EN'TS FURNISHING GOODS' SECOND FLO9R: C:.h I:,M FOR SHAWLS, CLOAKS AND WRlAPS. THIRD FLOOR: C.R4p1T, I.MATTING AND RUGS. A i rit th re will repay any persons alr.., to hu ch.,up and elegant igoodL P. I ETHELL, MER('IIAND)ISE, FLOUR AND PI':O\ISION BROKER, Oa Y .. PolDRAS STREET..... 106 J. TAYLUj. .........JOHIN . BURKE .alesmen. : i"E PK llW 'IAftG AN1 TT CTOWNY Ch*n..r,1 ly the United States Govern ment. March, 1565. i-t!. oiFron, WaSHISOTO, D. C. . L. Et TON ........ A ctuary. i.\ANCRl AT NEW ORLEANS, LA. 114 Carondelet Street. C L.. STUR'TEVANT, Casoier. T s .....9A. x. to 1 p. . i • "ii ? to 5 o'elcek. i. ::i. .sE"xOUR & Co., .,S AND LTHOCGRAPHERI S '" Camp Strcet, NEW ORLEANS. JOHN B. HOWARD. ,.Aw' orricr, St. Charler Street 36 :'Tt .at1n g;rcn to civil butiness in r~Lt ~ , State. Luwe r O(ut--2rice a Week. Leaves New Orlem every TUESDAY aad FRIDAYbI 10 o'clock L. K. ,·or RICELAND, POINTb-A-I4- A CHE, and all way landings on the LoVtr Coast The'Bteamer amZ WioolrU , T. A. Enderle, Master, John. T. Richardson, Clerk, For freight or passage apply on board or to V. J. WOOD, 33 Peter Mt. SPECIAL NOTICE. St. LoaIs, Irn E ntail ad Slthies tilroad. THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San ancisco, St Paul, Kansas City, Leavsnoth, St Joseph, And all PoiNatsirth, East and Wt. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave te New Orleans, Jackson and Great NoUaern Ball road Depot daily, at 7 A. M. and P. .L AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the feaot of Omaal stret daily at 8 A. M., via the NwOtrmOa Mobile and Chattanoop Railroad, makig close connections at Mobile with Mobil and Ohio Railroad to all poinr North, ast and West. For tickets apply to A. D. SHELDON. Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Gumet Northen Railroad, corner Camp and Com. mon streets, under Cy Hotel ; Or to W. BEDELL Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mbbile and Cha& anooga Railroad No. 160 Common street, under St. Charles Hotel. J. H. WDING Eb . General Superintending Agent St Louis, Tro Mountain and Southern Railroad, NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD. The Mobile division of his rod willbe opeted for business on sladay, November 31. 1810, and passenger trains will rn as follows ; Leave Nw Orleans, fom the fooo of Clanl street, for iay t Loui , Pas Christian Mis sisaippi City, Biloxi, Ocean 8prings, Pasoagoul and Mobile at 8 'clock A. . Arrivive t Mo bile at 2:30 o'clock P. M,, connecting at Mobile with the MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAII*OADS or all points " 1 ORTH, EAST AND WEST. Leave Mobile for New Orlean at 11:6 A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M. Fare ltween New Orleas 4 labile, Five Dollars. THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN EACH WAY DAILY. Freight received at New Orleans, at the foot of Julia steet before 4:3 P. L., derivered at Mobile early next morning. FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE For further information, call at the Geneial Offce of the company, ooams one and two, up stair.,. MTORY BUILDINQ, eorner Camp and Common streets. J. R. KENDRICK, General Superintendent. TRAVELLERS, ATTENTIONc The New Orleans, Jacltss ad Great .ortber., apd liuissuippi Central ailrads. Run their Passenger Coaches and Baggage Cars, their combined length without change. BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM ·R]IDENCE O: DESTINATION. The 7 1. I~ Expr m Train ras a y, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Mlakes close connections for Vicksburg, Item phis, St. Loytis, Chicago, Louieiille, and a points beyond, Sleeping cars at night, Canton to Grand Junctfin and Humboldt The EMil Tral lutes New 0iera Dlly, at 5 P. 1. Makes schedule connestions with Lightning E press traine, to all points NORT, EAST aend WEST. Carries the great Northen Mail. ' Time to New York, 70 lors. New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping Cars S raun to Huamboldt, Tennesee, Cleveland, Tb nessee, and Louiills, Kentucky. Exz,. s Train 80oth arrives at 1"30 A. SL Mail frain Ynoth arrives at 11:OS A. M Ticket Office, Galveston, Irpz _pding. Ticket Offices, New Orleans, underCity Hotel, Ccrnr Camp and Common streets, and at Depot. a E. Q. SEWAL, General Superintendent; J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great Not(hrn Railrod. E. D, FRQ0T, General Saperintendeat ;/ D. B NOBEY, General Ticket Agent, is seaippi Central Railroad. s 8. SCOTT, Generil. Pasenger Agent MILLINERY ESTABLISHIMENT. y FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY GOODS Sof every description, just received at Ie. .. " adn,t.:n :D 29 .. ....CHASTREtj STTEET..:. ....21 (between cOlanal ard Cutombose.) aW . H. MxUktAx, C. W. Bun 8 Lounias. New Orleans IMJARKHJAM & BURT, Importers and obberrof.. . 109o. ...GRAVIER STREET,.....10 NEW Oar.nOrs. HENRY C. & Hi. M. DIBBLE, S ATTO NET5Y AT LAW, inl 28. Natchez Street (MIogn's Bilding, New OraueIa. LoUIRIIA lR ATE LOTTEIYT CO Incorporated August 17, 186. , CHARLES T. HOWARD ........ Psarmat. SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, BrENoD Sc xzl Oz.r 20,000 Nma . CArrT. Pu - - - - $50,000. CLASH D. TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON f 'htaiS, mlreb I5, 1871, HOWARD, 8IMMOND8 A CO., Cortr'cs. SCHEME : 20,000 mUXmEs--ICKzR o iY $20. 1 prize of $50,000 is................$50,000 1 prize of000i ................ 30,000 1 prize of '0,000 is................ 20,000 1 prize of 101000 is................ 10,00, 1 prize of 9,000 i................ 9,000 1 priseof 8,000 ............... 8,000 1prize e 7,000 i*................ 7,000 1 pieal 6,e00 ie................ 400o Sprize of 5,000 is................ 8,000 1 prise of 4,000 is ............... 4,000 1 prieof 8,000 s...... .......... 3,000 1 prise of 2,000 is................ 9,000 1 prize of -1,000 1 prizeof 1,000 1 prise of 1,000 1 r of 1 0ooo I p of 1,000 I prime of 1,00 1 priseof 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 Ipie of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 Spriseof 1,000ooo 1 prise of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prie of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 1 prise of -1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 I pre of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 0o prizesof 500 are 15,000 317 pries of 500 are 63,450 440 pri mo i to $80,450 Prip pay.le is fall without de oa. Orders to be addressed to. CH& T. OWAR)s Lock Box 692 Postoffice, Ne.w Orie*ii Ss4 Pofofiee Mouey older or, Ag ,ter your Letter, The litchell & lame isakrg Fwnlture Cq., xyuICZrosras A DZALEzs IN £U4. INDS OF FURNITURE, Mattraseee, Looking Gl*~aes, &a., 103 and 105 Camp Street, acrner Poydras, Moreeque Building, Nees Orleans. P. B . . Pirc ct, C. C. Axmroi, Yew Orleans, La. Skreeport La. PINCIBACK, & AT.COIINE, COMMI8s10NMERC NANlT 31.41 fury o e * tit., NEW URLEAMtS. L.bel AdMuanes made ndr e m ignm ts. Prmpt Ut*ntion ge to all sales andt prypAus, leasing ffarmsU, etc., etc. Coansignmts covere4 by Insurance as soon as 4kpsped, sanless otTatlse instructed on te Bill of landbg. 0:0. GIGNAC. 4.F. JOUBODAIN. s1iNc & IOUIlDAIN, Corner ~,. nti And Villere, No..239. ALWAYS ON HAND CHOICE GlOCEBIES, T11 COFFSE, MIBIZIS INES, LIICUOS 1g, Ords~prompily atteIId to. CaIp ien t a rt:n d' B ai I d e . '237.....JULIA EE ..... 7. nxwr OLns. au ordr eia astthe hop will be po~tm, ttended to. 6 E1RG HITE: I ' iol E,:m/o Be-s. " EW OBLREANS., .o , oith A .at HoIUe, 'p"sad eamboat Ftt.0 ap., - n 'mm O sf W EM Ns ee msob 0 . c., tr 6 keon a ortm oo newspapedema . orpcpoorowLL Ac o Buqur A o ..S. .i MDie . GENERAL COAkMISSION 48.......CARONDELET ST.....4·C Edautoe C Cael Bank, Brank of New Oruass L) Lowrsiaan: stats savings' Aseoction, aare lw LeIs & Co., t. BLouis, Missoui. uMMERclAL cOu R= Loe4ed oier ite MFsdens Saving Bans 114 COrddlet S .L ormeu ATr D n ysum, no Vrcaow. The old sand young caneter at ay tie; I n distinotion made in regard to mrae or colao. The de~P of the Institation, is to tfurnish opportaoities to those .wishing aE rapid, thorough and praeseaabesiness edd cation, fifty to one hundred per cent saved by students, by taking the rapid monssecial ostw. 1artes habing ordinary ability, who have enltike1y aeglctsd tbhe edusation now have the opport ity to qualify them- ; slev fdc r ahilot any poeitinein the State, in ai incredible short time. From two to tlree'memths is all that re quires to complete the co ercial course. Terms reduced to suit the times. For further infarantion" call at the Col legs. Prof. A. T. Selover, a Principal. c MRS. A. M. PARRISH FIRST PREMIUM SUIET iAKl N0.311 CANAL STIlIT, New Orleans, La. Partiular attention paid to the mean. factur of (Gents' UIderclothing; .l o Base Bal Club sad Firemen's Uniforms Made to order. N ; C OF T .NEW YORK Emnporium of Flashion FOB LADIES. eted by r.A. dale A Ir .1. LLmI. hr aiskhg Inls OF ALL INDe, FROM HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY, SUITS IN GREAT VARIETY, Wrappers i or Double, Underclothing of erry descrpoh, NightDrem ', 'trail and Walk ing Skirts, ChemIee Drawers, Shks, Over Skirt s, aro, ., Ae.I Orders taken for wedding Outat., Childr+ea and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dresses in the latest 8tyles, and supplied at short notice. f The TRAD supplied at Neo York prices. Sample Room, No. 221 Canal St., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S FINST FIEUllUI. 1BiLT LAkiFCTOIT. Ar Ordae respectlly solicthed. Mrs A. GOODALE, Mrs. E. LINCOLN. B. T. WALSHE 110......CANAL STREET......101 Near St Charles, 'NEW ORLEANS, LA. MEN'S AND BOYS' BHIRTS. (or rme own tma) 'BOYS AND CHILDREN'S MIPF AID NTi' SIIufT I TO Obll Every Artiale Markd in Pain igure Goode sol~els "oce pris" system, saaeay article purchased which fails to give s.tikfactien .an be remea, ai the money.m b Wrefendad. Modersate Prices and Presh Stock to select from are some of the indce ments offered at B. T. WALSHE'S ;; 110 Canal St;, near & Charle, 3h*ow Orlear. n. - o-ZLoet or ,der vomt.sttf,*, ,sdled 0. o. D. i"sre&a. U UNION LE4GUE CLUB ROUSE, 3L........... c.ai sk est.............. 3 SThe rooms of this Calb a open meah day to ameambas nd and their guestfrom r A. M. to a 12 P. Luaonch will bo sved daly hor-ai toItP. I. uo291mp CARPTr WAoREvHQIS l. .... .ca~Tirn smaTsL,,......t7 ABROUSsE C(o; Impeat .d l, g, at Wholesale ' and eteibl, .dat ow S prices ; cairPZTis. IooR .0or. CWTa, mCurtals and Upolsterers Material, Window Shead. ToMe Covem. Blik Cloth. Ibml Oa MUTUAL UII 11~stRAN3C COMA1~P . of itne ,city of eaw yojr NO. 139 BROADWiY. .8 oo. W. GuiiA. Vie Pro. . iG . o rwW. Agedu. New OT, OFFICIAL JOUIMBNAL FfB'ST ,SESSION or ass OIF SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY or .su STATE ..OF LOUISIANA £bR inued from our Gut Number) [The Speer resumed the hualr . By permission, Mr. La Salinisre e! St Martin, gave notice that he would at some future dy introducea bill to be entitled an act to establish loks oh the Bayou Teche, and for other purpose. The Speaker announced the following members to constitute the special oom mittee to investigate the charges .,rs~e against )on. William H. Cooley, Judge of the Sixth District Court of New Or leans, of high crimes and misdeaeeapots Mem Mortimer Carr, of De 89to,;J., W. Quinn, of Orleans, L. J. Somey, of, Avoyelles, J. C. Moncure, of CaddO and H. H. Stevens, of Jackson. Upon motion of Mr. Antoine, of Or. leans, the Houe uwas adjourned ntu this' evening at half-past seven o'elock, WILLIAM VIG S Chief Clerk. FrtyO-Mfth Mys--ImBht kualat. Housa or BIasssITraI'JvY Friday, February 24, 1I8L The House met pursuant to adjountaunt. Speaker Carter in the chair. The roll was called and the following members answered to their names: Messrs. Outer, Abell, Baker, Brker, Barrett, Barrow, Belot, Bentley, BickLhm, Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, B Brousard, Br I Bryan, Buchanan, Bukiham, Ih, Butler, Chachere, Cochran, Crawford, Dar b , Davidon, Davi, Doewes, Durio, Ellis, aulkner, Floyid, Foatelieu, GOladdi, GOrd enor, ptk p P.arper, W. Hamer, rent, IL Lott, Lynch, Mahoney, Marie, SMarvin, Matthews, McCarty, Meadows Moncure, Moore, Morris, Murray, Nelso, Ong, Oplatek, Overton, Pond, n Baby Riley, Binggod, Sartain, uam , Bouer, Stamp, Stanton, Tatman, Thomp eon. Tureaud, Ulinan, Verrett, Wans, Washington,. of Arumpton, ashington, of Conoordia Waters, "Wheyand,. l liams, Wilson, Torks, Young-66. Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell, by mnani Smous consent, introduced House bill No. 273, an ast to amend and re-enact sections , one, two and seventeen of an act entitled an act to establish a public park for the F. city of New Orleans and to provide means therefor, approved March 15,1870, which was read under a suspenio of .the rules. Under a suspension of the constitution al rule, the bill was placed upon its sec ond reading, the rule by which the. bill was compelled to be considered in eom mittee of the whole was dispensed with, and it was considered s engroebed. Under a further suspension of the con stitutional rule, the bill was pisLed on its third reading and finalpaeage, when the yeas and nays were demanded by Messr. Turean, of St. James, and Antoine, of Orleans, with the following result: Yeas: Abell, Adolphe, Antoine, Barker, Barrett, Belot, Bentley, Bickham, Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, Bronusesard, Brown, Bu chanan, Buckinghsam, Burch, Cochran, Crawford, Derby, Dsrinsbnrg, Davie, De mas, Dewees, Durio, Faulkner, Floyd, Fon i telieu, Gaddis, Gardner, P. Harper, W. Ear Dr, Hem tead, HByame, Johnson, Kearson kenner, insela, Ssliniere, Laurent, H. SLott, J. R. Lott, Lynch. Mahoney, Marie, Marvin, Matthews, McCarty, McFarlanmd, latek, Otto, Overton, Pond, Baby, Riley, Ringgold, LSartin, Inith, Boner, Stanton, STounoir, Turesaud, Ullman, Verrett, Wands, SWashington, of Assumption, Washington, of Concordia, Waters, Wbeyland, E. .l e-lias, Williams, Wilson, Yorke,Yoag -79. N* ays: Baker, Bryan, Ellis Gerthamp, Killen, Llambias, MobierU, Nelson. Stmp Tstma, Thompson, Worrall--ll. There being no objection to the title_ the bill was ordered to be sent to the Senate for concurrence. -I Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell, moved a re consideration of the vote just takeu, and 3-to lay that moign on the table. Carried. SMr. Bukinghm, of Morehouse, called Sup Senate bill No. 1521,an set to incor Sate the Alexandria, Homer and Fulton - ailroad Company, and to grant State 4id thereto. l' Under a suspension of the constiution. ,U al rule the bill was put upon its second S reading. The rule requiring thebill to be oonsid qred in the committee of the whole, wu dispensed by a rising vote of 60 yeas to - A motion made by Mr. Barrett, of Or_ lans, toread the bill in detail, was carried Sy a rising rotept 4 yese to83 nys [IMr. Monecre, of Caddo, in the chair.] Mr. Dewees moved that fuither atio be poetpned till to-m*rew at oeo'cled at which hour it shall be the specie tr order of the day ir. ~rris, of Acemsion, moved the the motion be laid on the table, where lapon Masers. Kenner and Antoine, c SOrleans, called for the yeas and ay with the following result: ns. Tm:Mast Beat, Bisin, Doves n Ote r, 2.. < . a rr , lam n., Cehamber Coeb , a wrd, , S, i. s, Duis, seems JmLkom merio, . Drts. sl . A, s P,,wim. S, Em er,,,, s W,ct , IM, s.mam et al : raka.s, "uspended NadlM twe L I. .-. ,,Ah, tone d st.kem ok t , otl~e "o . ~ossa, w o., W in, The motioa fe ' c t th and ui mton b4la oth t ne al i motion 1if Mn Cats, Qfysa.oto. The bil nedfortdye its W tom 1, 18d, wih tean l iareC rdrd tor obiste t pean.' e ofrthe ainte a msioof e Osl eo ansa on toe re Spotkewr ot b bin tas wemt i.y yre-d tied aonditon armat iohau ro oomitue ain forl inwdgithout te lui rs stead, reeited aedu adotead: To1 the wHear Speantke d i,*bu an thel 1of f eimmm t ath i e aSi oree:, Your committee aointed eto exa,-, submit the following report:i pb The Now Orleans Gasllt Hof thema tory acut, its exclusive righte and aleges were continued in frce muntil sof we to comneasen bsI To oextendrs eatre othef gaslight oain r, the cityof NewOrleans, andto reduce vided that the corporation sd y ao b 'continued in force, without xelusive t rights, for twenty yens after the paioni ofe itso A t the rar, the fon Seor eog lars per thousand feet, and 1 that the company should lay, at its own . expense, net loees than fifteen miles of mai pipe its the street of ew Orleans Swithin thr ear ofrom the fiurst day of80 DN July, 1860. s This leson t condition was not compliedt At By aoneof ying this report, and which' i sttements wea compiled from the book.s o, of the ta fall materially short of To anothe feature of the act of 1860, a- your committee would invite particular Sattention; its extitle does not et forth in the extension of the charter of the com i eh Ort a sf1, would exire 1n 18"71. The o 1860 etsentisg Comarso a- ny as one of its eobjets. The follow b, ing communication, from the Attorney Generalt o the State, wil shof cien aly e -plain the effect of such omission: ts Assmo u hae tori s., h r .eem State of Louai 1o New Orleans, January 12, 1871,h of . me. W. Domemte a the Special em SCom: wito eesndi the mies, and reef-- minptis as Axsi l at sat Company ' a o tiue. its Ueata forr: > Tioon ta t nittin eostn o the Goeer1, Sbin- thseobject oaf th acticl eol haf beec prt in the tit1. It S conpn. forttw o the f te of183 ts incrporat potioh~ Gasseh ony, Sontiued rits:o exitenhe fre forty yedue i toas tminurei xto ynreothyear l n a e o bintah obet of thc act, ou Ihave Iot was compete for therest aegialu tQ enact that portioneqorer in l e SO thep ur i on of thextent the adcnl 1860 is caonstitutonal, buth somrni thes ad r ao et thereo . o se r stoisate rocer to tsave* mme )r- dom thelarda to, oy the fowoiug H f Cones nofa as iasmes to Pate the]