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GOOD o
WATCHES
\ L' utL.D I'itlCES.
STHE sLE AGENTS in the Uaited States
LI', IJ'c)L WATCH CO.. we are an
t" ,u t1 close iout a large line of
: \."h, Cltiain. etc., now in stock
t 1 rr'es un r before kaowp. All
.i - tih, artistic in design. reliable
S!: in. ,urbule, and of the latest
. i'tch will b,, retailed at less than
f pr' ;on, and forwarded securely pack.
r . aty part of the countryon receipt
. :,: c. i be sent to us by Express.,
, r ExLpriss Co. to return Goods or
i ,. ll secure promptness and safety
..: our list mill bo found.
SlI''L ENGLISI SILVER, SOLID
-.t;': 11'W fTClH, g,enuiue English full
ý .l^u.v nt.s, adljus..tel regulator,
: eng,. ,gine tulr uerl, correct and
r:i large or small size, in com
rIn or lcr, wiih an elegant Gent's
. L ket and key, all complete, mail
: FIVE DOLLAIRS.
"-i:1y II.ND.40)ME WATCH in fine 18
I1 l it,. 1 Dauble Ca.ses -imitation of
f I \V(.":h -en'.ravel or plain, genuine
. ll plate jeweled movements, adjusted
correct, and in complete running
..:j elegcut Gent's Vest Chain, with
.r Key, mailed pre-paid for only
,TN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
:,I'l.\'iE OItlDE GOLl) Double Hunt
,i: Spring Case,, elegantly engraved, or
! ,rn:t. Genuine Patent Lever move
:" •ij 1w.Id, r.,pul.attl and warranted to
, '.rr-t time, an-I wi:ar equ.d to Gold,
uk. tn appe:armice. mn:ti, finishl, br:l
S r.t ,',lor. $2015 G0Ild Wa:tch. O(ie of these.
L1 atchlis will lie forw..r.ed by mail tree
Ilr, ii. I; an.lsi, ni. . in rte o case.
th velvet and satin, ILtdies' or Gent's
,. t.i,tct. , for only TWELVE DJLLA\IS.
rt s :for If Aidi.y I'resenis iunutaecturedl to
r..r
,SUINE AIMERICAN WATCHES of all
- u G 11 al S.Iv. r ('t,i;, from $18 up to
a (ºthther Gi,oil W.atche, :'IIt dly low. Witl
:rv 'lub ol sI WatV'.hes, Iut aly Kimud, we send
,..t-r "I1 saln- km ithl tr. . i a, ; pr,'t aitun to
r up i.f the 'lu . .1 .,pri, r stock of Ge
.,I.t Irl,-. (Gol C('haini , - to M6 each, war
-,t.1 , tally ,iqu.d to, G-1 , : dillhlluur of color,
.r. etc., 11,of .,.r .12 c l l.l t1 lon leli cry,
.: .,.r. . All B111, of :12" anl l,.",, niu, t le
bsh in P. 1 1. MI wy trlr, r; r t,.gi-.tcredil
L.,te ,. at our ri-l. ( I ,,, i il, il h:ul . lect.,
i eke. an 1 t,,rr. r I-' pre-p.Ill rI lu..t . oir 1,v
,r,. r , r or. ipt cit price. Stl tdhlverv or f all
,,,i i entiir uat.-,l. W .'tchis fra-,r1.,l to .,
Sinllunl" to p itie kinni, Wu. a1 exprls
:.,r. - b"1a w .. , ar," ptil. N, ., 1, torwvarl
1 w.t ,t th.1 . ` ., i-1... ,} I ' r. w:t h illneal- 1 , ,I
], t mu 11 hu ., l' 1r,"" , r. m e.t l"y all .zx
,rr , a u v. .\il . "r rI r, tr or.dl.d
" ' , a tr: to "i - n It: ,.. ',at. uells Free.
.,d r , -, . , r .r.l
1111 I'. \,)IiI't). , (,t.,
l:o r rte ,,f t I lt r bc e. ]tr.
Eit.dh:. 11 i,7. t" N, .u St., N. Y.
N\. 31-tf.
A. Sih on's,
COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT,
. .t'," ' i, 7 , ). A hu, . RTC., ' i -
i ^': tr: N,,rth-l- tinI Western d til es.
`!" r .uu 1,, . }:nun ire! and sixty different
t ":,- r. . . 11I to all periodical public-t
 ,:,r:i r., -: lie accou table for the sll,
t i. :hy d.. nout s.nu.l IacktheI
\l . iNAVE.
'N DE IiTAKE R
1'' ' .; r" . Louis i'tc , ,'ic Orleans
Li.
Oarrita;o FoWr "rtre.
,IOSEI, l II. If'ILS,1ON'8
OI 1OItIUM,
- - ,) ,,r,
I'i CANAL STiEET,....163
FIRST FLOOR:
ry Go. lsi:. GENTS FIURNISIIHING GOODS'
SECOND FLOOR:
L.DIDl IE ' ,4I Futlt SIIAWLS, CLOAKS
.\ND WRAPS.
THIRD FLOOR:
Cx PTT, .L.Tr'lNG AND RUG&
.A vti t,: t-re will replSy any persons
; p and elegant gooil.
• ,.
1' I. LI£'ELL,
MERC'ilANDINE. FLOUR
AND
PROVISION BROKER,
1 F UTYLDRAS STREET.....1053
I J T 'L,,- ........JOHIN M. BURKE
_____-__S-~l-mien.
' FREILI'S LITI.G~ IIDTR YST01F'0lI
G'a, r.d by thx nited Rtat-s Govern.
nment March, 1865.
PR'Y(IP\L OFICE, WAtSHINGTON, D. C.
b, I. Le .ITON .......Act. arey.
BR.\NC AT NEW ORLEANS, LA.
114 Caraondelt Street
C. L STLu-rEVAN£, Cashier.
:ix . .9 a. . to 3 ,. r.
S 6 to 8 o'clock.
lA :L-rr sT. r:EYM j-. Co.
""-s,, AND LITHOGI'URPHEI S,_
60 Camp Street,
NEW ORLEANS.
JOUN B HOWABD.
Law owner,
St Charles Streot
Iatt-., giea to ciril buibs. b,
or u e trts o *
SPECIAL NOTICE.
St. LoriS, Iren ,oatal sad Ilsthear
ailrod.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San Frmncisco
St Paul, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St
Joseph,
And all Points Nortb, Elt 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.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal
street daily at 8 A. M., via the New Orleans,
Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad, making
close connections at Mobile with the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad to all points North, East
and West.
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great
N, rthben Railroad, corner Camp and Com
mon streets, under City Hotel : or to
W. BEDELL.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and Chat
anooga Railroad No. 150 Common street,
under St. Charles HoteL
J. H. WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railroad,
'N\EW ORLEANS, MOBILE
AID
CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
The Mobile division of this road will be opened
for business on
IMonday, November R1, 1870,
and passenger trains will run as follows ;
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of Canal
street, for Bay t. Louis, Pass Cihristian, Mis
L-ssippi City, Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula
and .oliile at 8 o'clock A. II. Arrvive at Mo
bile at 2:30 o'clock P. M,, connecting at Mobile
rith the MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO
BILE AND MON1'GOMER. ILAILILOADS for
all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 A. M.
Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Orleans and Mobile,
Five Dollars.
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN EACH
WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at the foot
of Julia street before 4:30 P. IL, delivered at
MIobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER
ROUTE
For further information, call at the General
Odice of the company, rooms one and two, up
itairs. STORY BUILDING, corner Camp, and
Common streets. J. R. KENDUICCZ
General Superintendent.
T.AVELLERS,_ATTENTION:
Tie New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern,
and sissisiplpi Central Railroads.
Run their I'.asset;er Co.aches and Baggage
Cirs, their combined length without
chango.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE
TO DESTINATION.
The 7 1. 1. EIress Train rns Daily,
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes close coanections for Vicksburg, Mem
phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and all
points beyond, Sleeping cars at night, Canton
to Grand Junctin and lumboldt.
The Vail Train lea es New Orleans illy,
at ~ P. I,
Makes schedule connections with Lightning Ex
pres traine, to all points NORTH, EAIIT and
WEST. Carries the great Nor'n.a Mail.
Time to New rork, 70 oarun.s.
New antd elegantly fitted up Sleeping Cart
run to liumbollt, 'Tlennessee, Cleveland, Ten.
-nes'e, and Louisville, Kentucky.
Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. IL
MI:1 Tr.au Suth arrivest at 11.05 A. M.
Ticket Utie, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket UOfnices, New Orleans, underCity Hotel,
Corner Camp and Common streets, and at
Depot.
E. Q. 8EWAL, General Superintendent ;
J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent
New Orleans, Jacksonand Great Northern
Railroad.
E. D. FROST, General Superintendent;
D. B. MORBEY, General Ticket Agent. NI.
aimsippi Central Mailruad.
S.g 8~ SCOTT, General. Passenger Agent
Lower GoaA--Twuie a Wed.
Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY ad
FRIDAY at 10 o'clock A. K.
, For RICELAND, POINTE-A-LA-HA
JHE. and all way landings on the
Lowner Coast
TIl Steamer
T. A. EnderL, Master,
John. T. Richardsa, Clerk.
For freight or pIesge apply on board or to
V. J. WOOD, 33 Peter 8.
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
FALIL AND WINTERB
wrocn or
MILLINERY GOODS
of every descriptio, jut roivod at
*. Rt. z.annar'.ml"
'29.......CHARTRES STREET.....
(betwem Canal and Custembeatms.)
W. a Ma n ,a C. W. Burr,
st. Louis. Bow oe
8 lupeho adt Jeu mr e
HAIDWA-t,.
1* ...OSAYIRR UE3yT.,. ..
,/ w Or as
LIIIITIilfl UTATI) yJBIy ES
eenrporwad August 7, Isi.
CHARILB T. HOWARD ........ Pu.mm .
SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
S.ameww S8cmrs! Oz.T 20,000 Numm.
C urrrn Plas -- - . $50,000.
CL. AS F.
TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON
Saturday, lay , 1871,
HOWARD, SIMMONDS& ACO., Contr'cta.
SCHEME :
20,000 nmuans--TcKurm oxat $20.
1 prise of $50,000 is.............. 8,000
1 of 30,000 is. 30,000
1 of 20,000 is................ 9,000
1 prize of 10,000 is.............. 10,00
1 prize of 9,000 is............... 9,000
1 prize of 8,000 6.............. 8,000
1 prize of 7,000 is................ 7,000
1 prizeof 6,000 is ............... ,000
1prie of 5,000 is................ 5.000
1 prize of 4,000 is ................ 4,000
1 prize of 3,000 i................ 3,000
1 prize of 2,000 i .............. 2,000
1 prizeof 1,000 )
I prize of 1,000,
1 prize of 1,000$
1 priz 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
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000ooo
1 prize of 1,000 ) ar $2,5,000
1 prize of 1,000
I prze 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 1,0001
1 prizeof 1,0001
I prize of 1,000
I prize of 1,000 I
I prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,001)
1 prize of 1,000
.50 prizes of 00 are 3,000
317 prizes of 500 are 63.430
444 prine amounting to $280,430
Whole tickets ,20 ;shares in proportion.
Prizes payable in full without deduction.
Urders to be addressed to.
CH8. T. HOWARDs
Lock Box ti2 Postofiee, New Orleans
Send Postoffice Money order or Register your
Letter,
Tia itte:l & Iu aellsber, Farailure Co.,
ANUrwACrUIzas AND DYsLEs i1 ALL =DIDs O0
SU R N ITUR E,
Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, &c.,
103 and 105 Camp Street, corner Poydras,
Moresque Building,
'wo Orlans.
P. B. S. i'iscLBAic, C. C. ArKro.',
New Ohleans, La. Shr'ceport La.
PINCHBACK, & ANTOINE,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
114, C.ronscdolot at.,
NEW ORLEANS.
Lr."ul Advances made on Consaijnmrnts.
Prompt allenlion given to all sales and purchase.,
Lesisu of farms, eta, de.
Consignments covered by Insurance as sooi as
shipp'd, unless oltherwise instructed on the Bill of
Lading.
GEO. GIGNAC. ALF. JuURDiN) .
IG NIC k JOUIDIIN,
Corner Conti and Villere, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
CHO6ICE GICCEIES, TEA, CtFFEE, FRCTISI I
WIU, LIQCUOs
ap Ordern pnrom6y aftnded to.
JULES ABELARD,
Carpenter and Builder.
237......JULIA 8TREET......237
Nzw Oau.zss.
.All order left at the ehop will be promntI,
tteuded to.
OBORgE IlTE::
Lock-&nihA & Bell-Hanger,
li1 HIlLINS8 ]FITTED EF,
NEW ORLEANS i
I T Pleses speared Bell sad OngfIr
m. mrmrnamzhr,
Commmisioner ef te Court qf Claims,
Depitioem, tesim oy, seknowedments,
ae., tkem ahcht miMes.
YP .posusouzedfrom the Stte Dqpart,
Wehin with* ae rey" m promu. eg._
O as et the GIShS ovurn uth os e
New Orless, Lemiasm.
Jem, cDwuss.. A C., itie Reck Ask.
COrTTON PACTORS
oGEnanL C00XmIMO
3..... I3OnwnlaT UL..¶,,.4B
THr P3QPL COM1ME*LCAL
cpiLEGE
reDmartam.a.t o!
STRAIGHT UNIVERSITY.
Located over the Freedmens Saving Bannk
114 Carondelet St.
ora DAT AsaD sEVumIo, NO VACATION.
The old and young can enter at this Int'
tution any day, no distinction made in regard
to race or color.The design of the Institution,
isto furnish opportunitiesto those wishing a
rapid, thorough and practical busines edu
cation, fifty to one hundred per cent saved
by students, by taking the rapid commerial
course. Parties having ordinary ability,
who have entirely neglected their education
now have the opportunity to qualify them
selves for almost any position in the State,
in an incr~dible short time.
From two to three months is all that re
quires to complete the commercial course.
Terms reduced to suit the timesa
For furth-r information call at the Col- c
lege, or addres t
Prof. A. T. Shlover,
Principal.
IMRS. A. M. PARRISII
FIRST PREMIUM
SHR111T AKER,
NO.1ell CANAL SIITRE T,
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 PFishon
FOR LADIES.
Iemretatalby Irn. A. Godalet Ins. I. E.LnIol.
Frnishing Goods
OF ALL KINDS, FROM
HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY,
SUITS IN GREAT VARIETY,
Wrappers Single or Double, Underclothing of
every dearption, Night Dresses, Trail and Walk
ing Skirts. Chemise, Dr.wers, Sacks, Over
Skirts. Aprons, &c., Ac.
Orders taken for wedding Outfits, Childrens
an. lnfants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dressss in the
Latest Styles, and supplied at short notice.
O'The TRADE supplied at New York prices.
Sample Room, No. e21 Canal St..
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FIRST PREni.C SHIRT M.1'N[FACTOIY.
A Orders respectfully solicited.
Mrs A. GOODALE,
Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN.
B. T. WALSIIE
110......CANAL STREET......101
Near St. Chnrles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
SHIRTS.
(or mIs ow? MA")
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
IE'S LI BOTS' SIRIITS lADE TO OIDE
Every Article Marked in Plain Figures
Goods sold on "one price" aystem, and any
article purchased which fuils to give satisthction
ca be returned and the moaey will be refunded.
ISYModerate Prices and Fresh Stock
to select from are some of the induce
ments offered at
B. T. WALSHE'S
FIEIUII Sill? ND L 2TIO UMFIIUII,
110 Canal St, near St. Charles,
?oewe Orle tsm.
N. B.--Letter Ordra receive prompt attention
and filled C. O. D. if desired.
UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE,
3..2...........Boysl straes...........321
The rooms of this Calbmare open each ds to
membes and and their guests trm 7 A.L to
12 P. M. Lunch wil be #seveddsily from 11 IL.
to2 P. N. no29 lmtp.
CARPET WARFMOL Ui
17.....CHARTBE8 STREET......17
A BBOUSSEAU A CO., Importemrs ad Dealers
at Wkohesle snd Etarl, o~r at low
CABPflTING,
FI,)0s OIL ClO'R,
MATTrio.
C tia sad Uphesr' Material, Wiadow
Sha, Thble COoe, ai Cl·oths, lmes Cur
tsi, Cowieas, eas,
UTUL WrJI flIUJMNM ObMPAIY.
a tt. Ear atma a x
) -...W.O9lAt
WALTHA WATAST
THE BALANCE WHEEL
OF A
WALTIAM WATCO
sala
4 times second,
240 times a minute,
14,400 times an hour,
345,600 times a day,
2,419,200 timesa week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OF A WATCHI
TIIAN AN KIND OF
MA CHINVER 1
B t mut nt only run u8 day, but al night; not
only on weekdays, but on Sundays and lolidays.
It must run hanging up or lying down--upsile
downe or right side up. It mu.t keep running when
the wearer sits down or stand up, WhVen he b alks
or rides. In fact, it is eapected to do ats duty at all
times, ta every pace and in avery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fufil all these requirements. I wound once
a day, it will hithtflly tick for you a hundred
and twenty-six million times in a year, without
even requiring fresh oil all tthat time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
OOrTAIs
5 Spring, 9 awheell, 51 &crews, and 98 other parts
makig alltogether 136 separate pieces,
.11 GSeutuino Wa1ltham
Wtolhes have masoe
?eow is.
TM EXTIA JSEWELLED HAVE =AEVEN uwSa,
TiE FML JEWW.iL.ED HAVE FIFrrEEN JsWla.
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made by
machinery, The machinery used in making the
movement of a single watch coast over a Hun.
dred Thousad Dollars, yet we sell these Watches,
in a sold Silver Hunting Case, for ,18 The
same watch could not be made by hand and 11
nished as perfectly for Tax Tixs as xccL.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle, that
n, any partof one Watch is exactly like the
same part in another ; and if ten Watches of
one grade were taken apart, aub the brows,
wheels, springs. &c., were mixed together, ten
watches could be made by putting these parts
together again, withuot any reference to their
former combination- This is a
GREAT ADVANTAGE;
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is injured
we can always replace it at a
Truiing Epensc.
A GENINE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
DURABILITY
Other Watches will run for a year or two, and
require constant repairs ; but
A Walstham Watoh
WILL RUN F IITIIFCLLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING CASES, .$18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, $70
We have prepared an
ILl8TRATED PRICE UIT,
which describes the various grades of Watches
in detail, gives the weight and qualty of the
Cases, and all other information necessary for
an intelligent selection. We wish every one
would send for it before ordering a Watch.
Writefor it as follows:
Messrs. Howard & Oh.,
No. 785 Broadway, New York :
Pleas send me yor Illustrated Price List of
Walthamn Watches, as per adertiaremend in TnE
Lovsazasx.
(SiCgn name and address in full)
WITHOUT EXPENSE,
o0
Resac the Th'Ioney.
We have sent out over Rie Thousand of these
Watehes upon these eonditions, and have only
been asked to refhnd the money in three cases,
and not one of these was on account of dissati
facton with the Watch, but becaunse the parties
needed the money more,
Wz ACN 10 Arnsr, La ous Ima esm T
~s&Eto A IP. A amaw ow Oasoo o TEXas
caN su a WATC vaox cs AsN rr wns cr arI
NouoE 1u IFn H ED r N Niw YoaI. Ai.
s a a masm P a rwa Pacz Lar.
bpecial Notice.-We do notellWalthm
Watches in ay Imitation, Gilt, Plated, Oride, or
Fied Cases whatever (these as ob thermm
for Bes or GaOman Silver'. T Waltham
Watehs woetlty aoa solid Gold or Silver Case,
aad we do nt propose to sell it in any other.
La EVSEm 3lED FOB a PuCE IM. AmmAs
HOWAED& Co.
J.uurd .*s4 Ma.,I R o s,
aot 765 Bna wsst, Naw Yana
. VTLIJ&8P.& 3O WL.
SrlPz~
OFFICIAL JOUURNAL.
or. as
PROCEElPGOS OF THE :SINATE
SECOND onUAL ASUUUY
OF was
ST TE O? IUIRANA.
Continued from our le4 Jumbr)
The Chair stated that two4oirds of
the members present could suspend the
rules; that the Chair called for objections
and only one member made objection.
he therefore declared the mhl sus
pended.
Mr. Hunsaker moved to make the bi
the special ordcr for Monday neitt. .
Mr. Lynch moved to lay the motioa
on the table.
The yeas and nays were called, and se
m tion adopted by the following vote:
YL'a: Ant, isi, Barber, Blsaokaa, Bowmsa
Butler, Campbell, Daigle, Fish, Fetch, Gallop.
Herwig, Ingraham, Lewis. Leh, Meillen.
Noland, O'Hara, Pierce, Pinhback, Sep
Sypher, Thomas, 'Ihompeon, Todd, Whitney
Nays: Harris, Hasaker, BRapa, .Smi
Twitchell-5.
The bill was fixed for two o'clock this
evening.
Senate bill No. 70, was taken up from
third reading file, to be entitled an act to
fix the salary of the Chief Justice and As
sociate Justices of the Supreme Court.
On call of the yeas and nays the bill
was adopted on its third and last reading
by the following vote:
Yeas: Antoine, Barber, Bowman, Butler,
Campbell, Daigle, Fish, Futch,Oallup, Har
ris, Herwig, H msaker, Ingrahm, Keleo,
Lewis, Lynch, McMillen, ]Noland, O'Hara,
Pierce, Pinchbeck, Ragan, Bay, Sypher,
Twitchell, Whitney, Wileox--27.
Nave: Blackman, Smith, Thomas, Thomp
son, Todd-5.
The title was adopted.
Senate bill No. 123, to be entitled an
act to amend and re-enact section eleven
of an act entitled "an act to incorporate
t'ie North Louisiana and Texas Railroad
Company," approved September 26 1868.
Mr. Ray called up the amendment to
strike out the word "twenty," in line fifty
nine, and insert the word "twenty-five.
Mr. Ray moved to adopt the amend
ment of the committee.
Adopted.
The bill was considered engrossed for
a third reading.
The constitutional rule was further sus
pended by a four-fifths affirmative vote,
the bill read its third and last time, and
finally adopted with its title.
Mr. O'Hara moved that the order of
the day be postponed till two o'clock.
On call of the yeas and nays the Senate
refused to suspend the rules by the re
quisite two-thirds vote.
Yeas: Barber, Campbell, Fish, Gallup,
Harris, H'rwig, Ingraham, Lewis, Noland,
O'H tra, Pierce, Ragan, Ray, Smith, swords,
Sypher, Todd, Twitchell-18.
Nays: Antoine, Blackman, Bowman, Bat
ler, Daigle, Kelso, Lynch, Pinchbeck, Tho
as, Thompson-10.
The Chair announced the order of the
day.
Senate bill No. 94 was taken up.
Mr. Blackman moved to take up the
bill section by section.
Mr. Hunsaker moved to postpone the
consideration of this bill until Monday
next, at 2 p. m.
Mr. O'Hara called for an executive ses
sion. On being duly seconded, the Chair
ordered the Senate Chamber to be cleared
of all except Senators.
Executive session having been raised,
Mr. Swords moved to take a rees nutil
seven o'clock.
On a call of the yeas and nays, the mo
tion was adopted by the following v'te:
Yeas: Anderson, Barber, Btler, C p
bell. Fish, OGallup, Harris, Herwig, Huna
Ser, Ingraham, Jenks, Kelso, Lewis, Lynch,
Pierce, Pinehback, Smith, swrds, Sypher,
Twitchell, Whitasy--21.
Nays: Antoin, Blackmanl, Borwman,.
gle, Nl'ond, O'Hxra, Ragan, Ray, Thoms,
Thompson, Todd, Wilcox-12.
The Chair announced that the commit
tee of the city delegation would meet tc
morrow at their rooms, at ten o'clock.
The Chair announced that the Smut'
had decided to take a recess until aeve
o'clock.
Eveanig kashim.
The recess having expired, the Senamte
was casle to order by thePrentlent, Hon.
O. J. Dunn.
PreMent the HBn. . . Dunma, Idautasa t
Governor and President of the Sut,. sa
Mem rs. Anderson. Antoi , Barber. aka,
Bowmua. Bade, ampb. d Con DJs..
New Or s o i Feb. o
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