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STAE sOLE AGENTS in the United States LIVERPOOL WATCH CO., we are an : by thl to close out a large line of "'" ;',ahes, Chain ete., now in stock . ari'es never before known. All i:Sul t5nihb. artistic in design. reliable rtime. durable, and of the latest S erv W' tch will be retailed at less than • r atiriu, and forwarded securely pack SI t, a" p1rt of the country on receipt To r·.c.nbe sentto us by Express, :.rr for tExpress Co. to return Goods or Joe w ill secure promptness and safety - ou~ ,,u onr list will bo found. "1,pl. f fL N(;GTISI[ SILVER, SOLID 'iL \E ( \V0\: ATCIH, genuine English full SelUd 2 mvements, adjusted regulator, t b .D., uengine turn nerl, correct and ,, artricle. large or small size, in com inaigt order, wiih an elegant Gent's ^,Lci. Lock : nd key, all complete, mail ,.,.,rFIVE DOLLARS. (cElt (kNDSOME WATCH in fine 18 1 plated Double Cas>es -imitation of S,; .itch -engraved or plain, genuine Ti full plate jeweled movements, adjusted c,,rrect, and in complete running yhr'd elecent Gent's Vest Chain, with ad Key, mailed pre-paid for only Ti 1 'ENg IDOLLARS. The Oride Gold Watch, g, ~ il ' ORIDE GOLD Double Hunt .t Slpring Cases, elegantly engraved, or G( irIuCed' G(enuine Patent Lever move- Mo ti l d, regulated and warranted to r. ,tame", an1 wear equal to Gold, ' e iurn I appIearance, make, finish, bril . r ,,r.200 Gold Watch. One of these b: C t, he will he forwarded by mail free S, llre. in handsome morocco case, oivelvet al1 satin, (Ladies' or Gent's '.~. fr prly TWELVE DOLLARS. I .1', :Jr lIohdliy Presents manufietured to f for (J\I IN!E AMERI('AN WATCHES of all , Gld andl Silver Cases, from $18 up to an( S'h,.r GII Watches equally low. With I , 1b of six Wat'lhes, of any kind, we send strn p. aIt:a tf ~,.In kind free, as a premium to sist .r p of th'~ "ltb. A or superior stok of Ge- an( S 1, ,. lluhaind. $2 to $6 each, war- bil , tilly1 iu.d t,, Go,(old in brilliancy of color, wit .r. P lt ,s of over $12 collected on delivery, B1 S.,,d il lllh of $12, and less, must be all :h In () .,llov Orders, or Registered ;.ttcr. .t nr risk. (; a, dl carefully selected, I .ekd al orwiar.led pre'-pai by mail, or by or ,.. r"" pt tof ptrIe. S.tfe ld,liVetr of all ,,r, te'.d. Watels forwardedi to be t.. " ,ri' known, when express , il,. :r . t,.y are ti No good',s forward S,.a ,,:t:, l..h , illa River. with bill to col , il. lrhei.t,eri muIit pay all ex ,r r, ,tai .t i m, v. Alt'l orl.rs forrwarded :rr .r., t-, t :,ttll . C. ltalhgues Free. I C'I SL. P. Nitlil'.iN E I(O, of I..,,prt. s of Wat.tches, etc. Il F,tatlirl.ed 1'i57. P,; \ ".rle St., N. Y. Fi NI.. 34-f. A. Bizon' 's, COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT, , I'.vrI0)N 1: , ItuI . ) I ' . r , . .i , N,'r. t;, nt / t , ./'/, '.'tr,'Prt It ,sl,t,'il. ,:t ln " ri Yrt . . , U,'ians.t Th r.. '', ..re o ' .the u a0nd V ..-tern daili n R , W. hrulr,. 1 erI i:.v diff rent S . r".,, c.ie .t ,l ?. . . ,,s :r,Bcen d t all p1,r,,dicxl public L ,. :il he u ýr.,,,:n e fI. r the sih- B. S . . . :t" th, v d > not snd back the; pi Sý,' r .. " .,'. I ", tiC . fet, \ecw Orleans pl LJ. to .IOEPIH II. IflLSON'S L MI P () It I U M, 16 ('ANAL STREET,....163 FIRST FLOOR: DR"Y GiODs. (;ENTS FURNISHING GOODS' SECOND FLOOR: Lt"Et LIOM FOR SIIAWLS, CLOAKS AND WRAPS. THIRD FLOOR: .RpETS. MATTING AND RUGoS. .\ ',lt" . 5tore will repay any persons hny tu i. '. i....p and elegant goods. P. I. E'I'HELL, MER('IIlNDISE, FLOUR AND POVISION BROKER, 1r5 POX DRAS STREET.....105 " J TAYLOR . .......JOIHN M. BURKE Salesmen. tFiDE lN' RA.INGGS ANDTRI ST COIPANY C~rtre-rd by the United States Govern mluent, March, l4k63. . 'III-I"Il, OFFICE, WAsHINGTON, D. C. L. .l TJ. ...........ctuary. IRNCHI AT NEW ORLEANS, LA. 114 Carondelet Street. C, L. STURTEVANT, Cashier. Ilo'st .r.9a. x. to 3 r, v. y .,ht 6 to 8 o' lock.I .Al1RETrT, sEyIOUR & Co., ~PiTE iiS AND LITHOGIRLPHERS , ti C.amp Street; NEW ORLEANS JOHN B. HOWARD. LAW OFPIr.E, St. ('hiaric Street 26 1l t, tion given to eivJ businves if R zz ano a LO I SPECIAL NOTICE. St. Louis, Iroa omntait uad ekthers Railroad. THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San Francisco, T St Paul, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St Joseph, And all Points North, East and West. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Rail road Depot daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P. M. f AN EXPIESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal street daily at 8 A. MI., via the New Orleans, 1 Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad, making 1 close connections at Mobile with the Mobile 1 and Ohio Railroad to all points North, East 1 and West. For tickets apply to 1 A. D. SHELDON. 1 Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great 1 Northen Railroad, corner Camp and Com- 1 mon streets, under City Hotel ; or to W. BEDELL. 1 Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and Chat- I anooga Railroad No. 150 Common street, I under St. Charles Hotel. J. H. WINGFIELD. General Superintending Agent St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad, NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND I CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD. The Mobile division of this road will be opened for business on Moaday, November e1 1870, and passenger trains will run as follows ; Leave New Orleans, from the foot of Canal I street, for Bay St Louis, Pass Christian, Mis- I sissippi City, Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula I and Mobile at 8 o'clock A. M1. Arrivive at Mo- I bile at 2:30 o'clock P. II,, connecting at Mobile I with the MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO- I BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAILROADS for I all points 5( NORTH, EAST AND WEST. 31' Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M. Fare Between New Orleans and Mobile, Five Dollars. Se THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN EACH Le WAY DAILY. Freight received at New Orleans, at the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M., delivered at Mobile early next morning. FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE 10 For further information, call at the General Office of the company, rooms one and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING, corner Camp and Common streets. J. I. KENI)RICK, General Superintendent. T-RAVELLERS, ATTENTION: The New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern, c and Mdiissisippi Certral Railroads. Run their l'asseager Coaches and Baggage it Cars, their combined length without change. p - iBAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE j TO DESTINATION. s. -- L The 7 A. M. Express Train runs Daily, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Makes close connections for Vicksburg, Mem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and all Spoints beyond, Sleeping cars at night, Canton to Grand Junctin and Humboldt. The Mail Train lea te New Orleans Daily, at P.. C Makes schednle connections with Lightning Ex pres, traine, to all points NORTH, EAST and WEST. Carries the great North.n Mail. Time to New Tark, 70 lara. New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping Cars runl to HIumboldt, Tennessee, Cleveland, Ten neusse, and Louisville, Kentucky. Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. M. Mail Train South arrives at 11~05 A. M. Ticket Office, Galveston, Iron Building. Ticket Offices, New Orleans, underCity Hotel, 5' Corner Camp and Common streets, and at Depot E. Q. S8EWALL, General Superintendent ; S J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad. E. D. FROST, General Superintendent ; D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Ag eat, Mis sissippi Central Railroad. ins S. 8. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent - Lower Coa--Twaice a Week. Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at 10 o'clock a. . h J For RICELAND, POINTE-A-LA-HA- I CHE, and all way landings on the Lower Coast 05 The Steamer g aN'k hioolmae T. A. Enderl, Master, John. T. Richardson, Clerk. NY For freight or pasage apply on board or to V. J. WOOD, 33 Peter Bt. MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT. FALL AND WINTER sTOoC o0 MILLINERY GOOD8 . I ef every description, just reoeived at 29.......CHARTRESSTREET ......29 S, (between Canal andCustomhouas.) W. H. Mautxa , C. W. BUTr, St. Louis. New Orleans. MARKHAM & BURT, Importers and Jobbers of ,i I109.....GRAVIER STREET,....109 Nrw OKLLUIS. LO 18IIANA STATE LOTTIRY CO Incorporated August 17, 1868. CHARLES T. HOWARD ........ ParDwnr. SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, Snw.DD Sczza! OxLr 20,000 Nxmass. Lot CAprAL~ Pa - - - - $50,000. CLAS.S R tEti TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON Saturday, April 15, 1871, . rap HOWARD, SIMMONDS & CO., Contr'cta. cat by cou SCHEME : w 20,000 NFnBes--rcmr ox~L $20. n' 1 prize of $50,000 is................$50,000 in 1 prize of 30,000 is................ 30,000 1 prize of 20,000 s................ 0,000 1 prize of 10,000 is................. 10,01 qu I prize of 9,000 s................ 9,000 1 prize of 8,000 is............... 8,000 1 prize of 7,000 is............... 7,000 1 prize of 6,000 is................ 6,000 leg 1 prize of 5,C00 is................ 5,000 1 prize of 4,000 is............... 4,000 1 prize of 3,000 is............... 3,000 1 prize of 2,000 is................ 2,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1.000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 are $25,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 c 50 prizesof 600 are 25,000 317 prizes of 500 are 63,450 440 prizes amounting to $280,450 Whole tickets $20 ;shares in proportion. Prizes payable in full without deduction. Orders to be addressed to. CHS. T. HOWARDs Lock Box 692 Postoffice, New Orleans Send Postoffice Money order or Register your Letter, W The Mitchell k Iamcllberg Furniture Co, i MANUFACTU5UER AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS or FURNITURE, Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, &e., at 103 and 105 Camp Street, corner Poydras, L Moresque Building, New Orleans. P. B. S. PI.cuasAcs, C. C. Anroixx, New Orleans, La. Skreteport La. PLNCHBACK, & ANTOINE, F COM MI8810SION MERCHANTS 114 Ca1aronrcolot St., NEW ORLEANS. t Liberal Advances made on Consignments. Prompt .ate;dion gi'en to all sales and purchases, leasing of farms, etc., etc. (bnsignnents covered by Insurance as soon as dhipped, unless otherwise instructed on the Bill of Lading. GEO. GIGNAC. ALF. JOURDAIN. GIGNIC k JOCU DAIN, Corner Conti and Villere, No. 239. ALWAYS ON HAND CHOICE GIOCERlIES, TEA, 0COFFEE, FIOVIlS 0 WINES, IIQe01S AND p lzantation supplie. n i Orders promptly attended to. 3; TJULES ABELARD, 13 t Carpenterand Builder. ; 237......JTU LIA STREET......237. nt Nzw Onszzus AU orders Id atthe shop will be promptly ttended to. GEORGE HITE: Lock-8mi lh Bel-Haeger*, a IxON blAILINGS FITTED U?, zrcZ a eme rpairesld, he 906, COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS. SPremerseird, Bells ad Oongs for House. 8hip and Steamborta Fitted up. __ci~r, W OXTE UNITED IrrTA CLICUIT COUNT, ENruATL COXEISIONE. AND Commior," j the Cout Claim" " tc., take at eleaposio a Ofice at the Csolho 5 ovae the Pos Offae 0Na eaprleer de:inerny Jo0a, M cDow L Co., Little RBek Ark. Bumsw A Co., St. Loui Mimuri COTTON FACTORS GENERAL COMMISSION 48.......CAEONDELET 8T....... 48 ow ILnew s Co., SL La.., Mibrale THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE I -- s-- eJptmmart for STRAIGHT UNIVERSITY. Located over the Freedmena Saving Banuk 114 Carondelet St. orPm DAY AND mvnmo, NO VACALION. The old and young can enter at this Inat' tdtion any day, no distinction made in regard to race or color.Thedesign of the Institution, isto furnish opportunitiesto those wishing a rapid, thorough and practical business edu cation, fifty to one hundred per cent saved by students, by taking the rapid qsmmercial course. Parties having ordinary ability, who have entirely neglected their edueation now have the opportunity to qualify them 9elves for almost any position in the State, in an incredible short time. oA From two to three months is al that re- It n quires to complete the commercial coame. Terms reduced to suit the times. For further information call at the Col lege, or address Prof. A. T. Selover, Principal. wj MRS. A. M. PARRISH - FIRST PREMIUM SH11T HAKEI, 5s 10.311 CANAL STREET, s New Orleans, La. Particular attention paid to the manu facture of Gents' Underclothing; also Base Ball Club and Firemen's Uniforms Made to order. BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK Emporium of Fashion FOR LADIES. mn Reprmtentd alby n. 1. sdai le rl.,E.,laia. L a ini hrnishking aGoods OF ALL KINDS, FROM HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY, " SUITS IN GREAT VARIETY, .n Wrappers Single or Double, Underclothing of on every deserption, Night Dresses, Trail and Walk- wI ing Skirts. Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over- wi Skirts, Aprons, &e., Ae. to Orders taken for wedding Oitfts, Childrens and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dresses in the , Latest Styles, ahd supplied at short notice. S-6The TRADE supplied at New York prices. Sample Room, No. 2 I1 Canal St., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S I FIRST PRE.IIUI SHIRT IA.NUFACTORY. S d- Orders respectfully solicited. Mrs A GOODALE, Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN. B. T. WALSHE 110 ......CANAL STREET......101 Near St. Charles, NEW ORLEANS, LA. MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS. (or mE own axz) is o BOYS AND CHILDREN'S ICLOTHINI, nEiI's Ai ITS' mITS MAlE TO ORDIE Every Article Marked in Plain Figures Goods sold on "one price" system, and any srticl purchased which fails to give tisfacetion 7. can be returned and the money will be refunded. SeModerate Prices and Fresh Stock to select from are some of the induce ments offered at B. T. WALSHE'S -PEMIUM SIlRT in CIOTIINI IIEORIUI, 110 Canal St, near St Charles, N. B-Letter Orders receive prompt attention Sand flled C. O. D. ifdesired. ' UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE, s ............... oyal strees..............s The rooms of this Culb are open ach day to members and and their guests tram 7 A. M to or 12IP. M. Lunch will be sved daily from 1l M. to2P. M. no9 lm2p~p CARPET WARERMOUSE 17. . ..CHARTRES STREET......17 ABBOUSSEAU a 00O., Importre and Dealers at Wholesle and Retail, or at low fs prices ; s, CARBPETING, LOOR .OIL CLOTH, Mt IATTING. Ier Curtain sad Upholsterest MaIseiWindow sais.. Table Covem, Hair ana. I.s .Cur Ltain, Cornices, ete, xcTUAL IUr INS IR M oxPANI. Or sawesty of s.Wr york NO. 13 BBIOADWAY. Omror AS e a W. Sith. Fie Pvei. 0. RIes & *bu. Ithe ~ leae r ., *'ambh WALTMAN WATUOE. or THE BALANCE WHEEL W A WALTiAM WATI Panm 4 time. 4oend, SEC 240 tha e minute. 14,400 times an hour, 345,600 times a day, ST 9,419,900 times week, 1,368000 times a mouth, 196,144,000 times a year. MORE IS EZXPCTED OF A WATCH fo& TIIAN AN KIND OF YACHIE-RY. R usn not oyru tailday, but am mighe; et and only on ueeldega, but on &mdays and Holidays. Stol It must rue anging up or lying dowan-upide eu0t idon or right aide up. t aust kep ruwiing when cat the wearer site doew or stmd up, When he wlks or rides. In fad tl tis pecd to do its duty d Lel times, is esery plee and fi a ery positIo. d A Genuine Waltham Watch gel will f all these requiremen. I wound once aen a day, it will faithfully tick for you a hundred I and twenty-six million times in a year. without fol even requiring fresh oil all tthat time. A Genuine Waltham Watch of oorra Mr.zm 5 Spring, 9 wheels , 51 Brse, and 96 other parts Hoi rll o Wene mm Wa ltmeae Lob w.tofhaes awe natever Th wear. e . rani SWn arrm zSwirED un AT aR, r w1nMS, of bei ,a, h .ra. awmE, u AVE rInmm ru O, i me Every part of a Waltham Watch is made by sidi machinery, The mahinery sed in maing the ea movement of a single watch coaet over a Iuns Sidrsed .ou nd Dolars, yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver Hunting Case, for $18. The me same watch could not be made by hand and - act nished as perfectly for Tax Trhi s s men. to I A Genuine waltham Watch ott Is ihterchangeable, like a SpringAeld ride, that is, any part of one Watch i exactly like the fer same part in another ; and if ten Watches of rem one grade were taken part, anb the rews, of - wheels, springs. Ac., were mixed together, ten r- watches could be made by putting these parts together again, withot any reference to their former combination- This is a be as to OREAT ADVANTAGE; no For, if any part of a Waltham Watch i injured te we can always replace it at a a jling Erpesae ol A IEMUNE WALTHAM WATCH V Is made with special referen to l Y" DURABILITY Other Watches will run fora year or two, and require constant repairs but B al Walt~hass Waatob. WILL RUN FAITHFULLY I s 1 FOR MANY YEARS n We sell these Watchese Lo IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING CASE, -$18 IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, $70 We have prepared an E ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST, Y which desribes the various grades of Watches in detail, gives the weight and quality of the n Cases, and all other information necesary for T an intelligent mselection- We wish every one would send for it befoe ordering a Watch. a Write/er it aasjbtowrrw: Meant.. Hoared 6 C,.. No. 785 &oak eay, New York : Pleae send me pour Illustraed Prics Ast Walhan W ytabes, as per cdvertisnd, r Tns yy L d d d. (Sign ame and addree. in full) WITHOUT EXPcNSE, tefuas 'tne 2bOowme. _ jt We haveusnt out oVer Fs Thouand of thebs ti Watches upon these conditions, and have oly been sked to refnd the money in thre asse, and not oneofthese wa on sacount of diesatis afocton with the Watch, but beause the psrties 0 needed the money more, .3 W3 KATZo NOA0trr, as o@n rnrc Am WE suez ro air . A suminer or Osaois oa maa ca OAK 3 A WATCE uon s s rr n w c. oorr um a It rum is rusanzasu n ras Pacz ILr. Special Notice.-W* do ano lwaitumha Watches in any Imitation, Gilt, Phted, Oride, er Filled Case. whatever (these are all other n-me 17 for Brss or German Silvr). The Waltham mWatchIs worthy ofs soid Gold or Silver Case, Ls r UvaT 03 o0 10 A Pasca les. AeaI m 1 HOWARD & Ca oeweler. ad alwrasnsn , - JULIT.P.BR OWL BENRY C. H. H. DIBBLE, - Wo adsL I. OFFICIAL JOURNIL or sg l IgA.F W TAi1 FIRST SESSION or ran SEOOND GENERAL ASSEMBL or ,st STATE OF. LOUISIANA Cbninued from our led Numbar) Mr. Keener, of Orleans, oeaed the following resolution, which was read ad adopted : Resohved, That the Warrant Clerk be, and is hereby authorised to pay Jeferson Stokes four hundred dollar, far lossmes unstained by him in the ase of ertil eates of indebtedness paid him for ase vies as porter during the reess of the Legislature after the semions of 1 and 1870, on the warrant of the Ser geant-at-Arms of the House of Bepre sentatives. Mr. Faulkner, of Caldwell oared the following concurrent resolution, which was laid upon the table by a rising vote of 88 yeas to 80 ays, upon motion of Mr. Young, of Concordia : sOIT nrr OLmVO. Be it resolved. by the Senate sad House of Representatives of the State of Louisiana in General Assembly convened. That a joint conference committee be raised, to consist of eight members, ive of the House and three of the Senate, to be appointed by the respective presiding officers, who shall, as soon as possible, meet in conference and take into con m sideration all bills now pending before each house of the General Assembly, and recommend to each house what bills it is most to the public interest should be . acted on, giving in each house preference to bills which have already pasied the other house. Mr. Burch, of East Baton Bouge, of. 1 fered the following resolution, which was ,t read and laid upon the table on motion B. of Mr. Kenner, of Orleans : ' Resolve, That a sub-committee of it three of the Committee on Penitentiary be allowed to hold over for a period not to exceed sixty days, in order to conti nue their examination of the State Peni tentiary at Baton Rouge. Mr. Kenner, of Orleans, moved an ad journment, and, being secooded by Mr. Wheyland, of Sabine, demanded the yeas and nsys thereon, which resulted as fol. lows : Yeas: Adolphe, Hyamn, Joheson, Monoam., Meadows, Nelson, Stevens, Thomapson-8. ad Nays: Abell, Antoine, Bsaker, Barber, Bar rett, Barrow, Beot, Bentley, Bickam, Blunt, Bowen, Brewster, Bromssad, Brown, Bryan Bauckingham, Burch, Buntler, OCar, Chaeshere, Cochran, Ceawford, Darlaurg. Drbr , Nid son, Davis, Dema., Dewees., ujrio, aulku, Fontelieu, 5osddia, Gardner, Geratham P. Harper, W. Harper, Hempstead, Eutoin, John son, Killnn nsel L Saliniere, Iaurent, Liabias, H. Lott, J. B Lott, aboe, Mari, Marvrin, Matthews, McCarty, er mleadonis, 18 Opstk Q Quinn, ilsI, ioggod, bstesa. Schumacher, Smit, tamps, Stanton, Tatman, 0 Tounoir, Ullman, Verrett, Washiugtda, As Young-74. MEAGEU rOM TEE 5ATI. The Secretary of the Senate was - nounced with the following memageý : for To the Bonorable Speaker nd Meabu rs t e Homse of aNpeentatves: GamrTxzM-I am direeted by the Senate to ask the concurrence tof the House in the following Senate bills: Senate bill No. 102, an act relati to life assurance companies. Senate bill No. 179, ua et forths, - lief of F. L. J~ewell, of Pointe Coupe. And to return House bill No. 78, with amendments. Aiso enrolled BHouse bill No.-, ratify. ing the contract with the Loisiam Levee Company, with the signate od as. the Presidaent of the Senate. Al And to requesw theign tre of the ' Speaker of the House to the foowing enrolled Senate bills : An act to x the termsdof the District Court in the Fourteenth Judicil Dis tric An act to samend a sat to remove tbhe m obstructions in the Bayou Courtablems, Letc. An act to form a new perish tobe caDlled the perish of Bed River. An act to charter the upper Red River Batt Company, etc. b CHiARLES . MERmITT, Secretary of Beasts. - l~othe aca.uobeSpe.a. . .ab. e. as Hoase oftessesatves : OGsumaas--I m dirested by the east. to reqest the .lgat. d of t Speaker to Bern emonA bil mai San at to feeil, eommene by ejab lihing the New Oleans Lo se aed Company, etc. CHABIs H. Km rMp rt, e Seeretary of the e~S. Mr. Matthews, d Trse d-b hr th esmrt of se mding .a..a -n , which wan crders. Tash C eni em Ids d lees, amd , -.. ,