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New Orieasn, Apri9, 181. I
The Bera met in eteleutie session,
Hon. LouthI. Wilts, Lieutenant Governor I
*aid Preeld4t of the Senate, in til chair.
On a eali'the roll the follotUd Senators
answered ttheilr names:
)1 aars. UUin JDmrqp 13ils, Garland, ,
lAb.4--rs Boatner, Breaux, Bryant,
mtua IDetma. Dtti emont. Eustis, George,
b tm K y , aincy, 8tamps, Button,
'rlhl,' smtdt a und Yo1ng--1N.
if lM U t1OMMtUNttOATIOn.
The folldng txaeeutive cmmunieattnt was
laid befortf e Senate by its President:
E~atrvt l)IMPAnTMIsNT.
State of Loulsianta
Now Orleans, April 18, 1877.
To the1 rable the Senate of the State of
fh-tlemi-I hereby nominate, and with the
vice I tont of pmr honorable body,
e Uharle It. ~+~gely Notary Public,
D triet.
dwart'.Lewis Brigadler General, Fourth
e fwing ofloera of the Orleans Artil
wh have heret.fore ben confirmtnel
i'h or as ofiTera of the Orleans In
. now submitted to your honorable
val and onlfirmation as oImTher
ie Artillery, to wit:
S3 lone, rlenns Artillery.
Captain, Orleans Artillery,
Captain, First Company, Orleans
SOaptatnt Heoond Company, Or
In, Captain, Thlird tCompany,
S t.t, Captain, Fourth Company,
ifer P, t Lieutenant, Second
A inant, Third Com
s N ittenant, Orleans Artil
2f tl Lieutenant, Fourth Com
I yuti3ant, Sixth Compa
'iutenant, First Comp
A. '¶ Leutenant, Third Com
S. .tan ne Lieutenant, Fourth
. ~~ t Leutonant, Sixth Com
pany, lery.
F CIH T. NICHOLLH,
Governor of Louisiana.
Mr, W aklted and obtained unanimous
tme.mt take up each of the following mill
t ntm.tIens and appointments respect
ivelyt
J,, 13. 1% Ooionail, Orleans Artillery.
0. DBI~ d, Captain, Orleans Artillery,
Adjutant
A. A. k, Captain, First Company, Or
leans A4rty.
Geo. T, Claptnin, 8econl (cmpany, Or
A. J, lhemin, Captain, Third Company,
Orleans .lery.
P. 0, iput, Captain, Fourth Company.
Otleans Illery.
Uharle Miller, First Lietoutenant, Second
otenpanltleuans Artillery.
S. .+ First Lieutenant, Third
Otmpatnhy t Artillery.
J. L'Ht Pirst Lieutenant, Orleans Artil
lery.
E. Maand, First Lieutenant, Fourth
Oompanaleans Artillery.
P. Nolt First Lieutenant, Sixth Com
parny, OrzaArtillery.
J. Siot Seoond Lieutenant, First Com
pany, Orti Artillery.
l. flabt, Seoond Lieutenant, Third Com
pany, Orin Artillery.
R. Latin, Seeond Lieutenant, Fourth
Oompan$lesan Artillery.
R. Baru, eooond Lieutenant, Sixth Com
pany, Oris Artillery.
Mr. Wa moved that the Senate do
now adv and consent to the foregoing
nsminati and appointments respectively.
On a cot the roll the following was
the resull
For comtntion--Mtlesrs. Allain, Ducron,
l1hY, mhud, Goode, Grover, Mitchell,
Ogden, ykitn, Riehardson, Robertson,
difortven, Stubbs, Texada, Wheeler,
White anharih-*'8.
Aginintirmation-None.
Aen . Bl3oat.nor. Bromnux, Bryant,
Buch0 eas, Dumont, Eustis, George,
a t .Koly, Landry, MStaips, Button,
and Young--1is.
So the blo did unanimously advise and
Gonsent te nomination and appointment
J. VB. V iolonol, Orluans Artillery.
O. Debbel, (hptain, Orloans Artillery,
Adjutant
A. A. I, Captain, First Company, Or
leans Arty.
Georgerdy, #aptaln, Seoond Company,
Orleans Alery.
A. J. lfamin, Captain, Third Company.
Orleans .llery.
P. O. Phux, Captain, Fourth Company
Orleans Alery.
Oharler Miller, First Lieutenant, Second
Oompaasleans Artillery.
C. DOFt, First Lieutenant, Third Com
pany, One Artillery.
S. L'HitPirst Lieutenant, Orleans Artil
lery.
E. Mn.l, First Lieutenant, Fourth
Companrlean Artillery.
F. NobFirt Lieutenant, Sixth Company,
Orleans 1iery.
J. Mid Second Lieutenant, First Com
pany, Oft Artillery.
. Batl, Second Lieutenant, Third Com
pany, Og Artillery.
B. Saa, Second Lieutenant, Fourth
Obmnpawleans Artillery.
R. Baca, Beoond Lieutenant, Sixth Comn
lpay, O0ee Artillery.
On ma of Mr. White the injunction of
oreoys raised and the Secretary directed
t motw Governor.
Alr emoved to reconsider the vote just
the Senate advised and con
ifogoing nominations and ap
and on motion of the same Sen
was laid upon the table.
nominations and appoint
itt . yader the rulee:
`, llely, Notary Public, East
'has JI-y Brigadoier General, Third
Les wlT Brigadier General,
j Kb KelyUs saunste e ae
slon w ratld and the doors ordered to
to be opened.
JOHN OLE1G,
Mooretary of the Senate.
BamATE OHbartrnt, !
New Orleans, April 19, 1877. A
The Senate met in exteutive eest.on, Eton.
C. B. Wheeler in the chair.
On a call of the roll the following Senators
answered to their names:
Messrs, loatner, Bryant, Duero Bi Ells,
Eustls, Garland, George. la, Goode, hrover,
elly, gMln haerld O ben, ich n rt
son, andil teven, Stubb, Texada,
Wheeler and Z. ris-2l.
Absent--Messrs. Allain, Breaux, Burh,
('age, Denmas, Dumont, Hlarper, Landry, Per
kins. Statnps, Sutton,= Twfcthell, Wakefield,
White alnd oung-I].
rtXS'OUTIVtV (t)MMtNICATION.
The following Executive communi.atlon
was laid before the Senate:
ExiosVt'rl Dln'AhTMtnt,
State of Louisiana,
New Orleans, April 14, 1877.
To the Honorable the Senate of the Rtate of
Louislana:
G(entlemen--I hereby nominate, and with
your vibeo and consent will a pomt R. It.
Day, Daniel Morgan, Josiah Ktlefipeer, Fer
tus Garders ant J'ohl. Williams as Poilee
Jurors of the parish of East Baton Rouge.
F Itet.(IS T. NICOOLLS,
Governor of Louisiana.
Mr. l'erkins asked and obtained unanimrous
consent to take up the following nominations
and appointments respectively:
R. H1 Day, Daniel Morgan, Josiah Klein
poter, Fergus Gardere and John Williams,
Pollice Jurors of the parish of Eaist laton
Rouge.
Mr. Perkins nmovl that the Senate do now
advise and consent to each of the foregoing
nominations and appointments.
On the roll being called on each of these
nominations, respectively, the following was
the result:
For confirmatlion---Mee. Boatner, Bryaut.
Duoros, Ellis, Eusti, arland, George, Ula.
GUode, Grover Kelly, Mitchell Ogen Rich
ardson, Uoberi;son, Saldiford, Steven, Atubbe,
Texada, Wheeler and Zachiarie-21.
Against confirmation-None.
Absent--Messrs. Allain, Breaux, Burch,
ae, Domemas, Dumont, Harper Landry,)~er
kine Stamps, Button, Twitchell, Wake eld,
White and Young-JAl.
So the Senate did unatnimously advise and
consent to the nomination and appointment
of I. H, Day, Daniel Morgan, Josiah Klein
peter, Fergus Gardere and John Williams as
Pollee Jurors of the parish of East Baton
Ro.Q e, and on motion of Mr. Perkins the in
Junction of serecry was removed, and the Sec
retary directed to notify the Governor.
Mr. Perkins movedro reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Senate advised and
consented to the foregoing nominations and
appointments; and on motion of the same
Senator that motion was laid upon the table.
Mr. Garland called up the nomination and
appointment of Edward T. Lewis, Brigadier
General, Fourth District, Louisiana State
Militia.
Mr. Garland moved that the Senate do now
advise and consent to the foregoing nomina
tion and appointment, and on a call of the roll
the following was the result:
For confirmation-Messrs. Boatner, Bryant,
Ducros, Ellis, Bustis, Garland, George, Ula,
Goode, Grover, Kell , Mitchell, Ogden Rich
ardson, R.berteon, 4andiford, Atvwen, Atubbs,
Texada, Wheeler and Z.chario-21.
Against confirmation--Nonoe.
Absent-Messrs. Allain, Breaux, Burch,
Calno, Domas, Dumont, Harper, Lantdry, Per
kins. Stamp, Sutton, Twitc'heil, Wakelheld,
White and Young-15.
So the Senato did unanimously advise and
consent to the foregoing nomination and ap
pointment, and on motion of Mr. (Garland
the injunction of seraecy was removed and
the Secretary directed to notify the Gov
ernor.
Mr. Garland moved to reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Senate advised and
consented to the nomination and appoint
ment of Edward T. Lewis, Brigadier General
Fourth District Louisiana State Militia, ani
on motion of the same Benator that motion
was laid upon the table.
Mr. Garland called up the nomination and
appointment of Thomas J. Terry, Brigadier
General Third District Louisiana State
Militia, lying over.
Mr. Garland moved that the Senate do now
advise and (,Rnsent to the foregoing nomina
tion and appointment.
On a call of the roll the following was the
result:
For confirmation--Me.srs. Boatner Bry
ant, Duotos, Ellis, Eustis, G+rland deorge,
la Gloode, Grover, Kelly Mitchell, (gden,
Richardson, Roberston, Aandiford, Staven,
Stubbs, Texada, Whoeeler and Zacharie-21.
Against confirmation-None.
Absent--Mssrs. Allain, Breetx, Bnrch,
Cage, DemaB , Dumont, Harper, Landry, Per
millns Sarps, Sutton, Twitehell, Wakefield,
W1116 and Young-1 5.
So the Senate did unanimously advise and
consent to the nomination and appointment
of Thomas J. Terry, Brigadier General, Third
District Louisiana State Militia; and on mo
tion of Mr. Garland injunction of serrecy was
removed and the Secretary directed to notify
the Governor.
Mr. Garland moved to reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Senate advised and
consented to the foregoing nomination and
appointment, and on motion of the same
Senator that motion was laid upon the table.
Mr. (la asked that the nomination and
appointment of Charles R. Egclly, Notary
Public In and for the parish of East Carroll,
be now taken up.
Mr. Gla moved that the Senate do now
advise and consent to the foregoing nomina
tion and appointment.
On a call of the roll the following was the
result:
For confirmation-Messrs. Boatner, Bryant,
Ducroe, Ellis, Eustis, Garland, George, Gla,
Goode, Grover, Kelly, Mitchell, Ogden Rich
ardson, Roberteon, Sandiford. t tubbs, Steven,
Texada, Wheeler and Zachario-21.
Against confirmation-None.
Absent-Messrs. Allain, Broaux, Burch,
Cage Deoma, Dumont, HarperD Landry,
Perkins, Stamps, Sutton, Twitlkell, White,
Wakefield and Young-15.
So the Senate ,did unanimously advise and
consent to the nomination and appointment
of Charles RI. Egelly, Notary Publio in and
for the parish of East Carroll, and on motion
of Mr. Gla the injunction of secrecy was re
moved and the Secretary directed to notify
the Governor.
Mr. Gla moved to reconsider the vote just
taken, by which the Senate advised and con
sented to the foregoing nomination and ap
pointment, and on motion of the same Sena
tor that motion was laid upon the table.
EXECTRIVE COMMUNICATION.
The following Executive communication
was laid before the Senate by its President:
EzaUTiva DEPARTM.W.r,
State of Louisiana,
New Orleans, April 18, 1877.
To the Honorable the Senate of the State of
Louuwiana:
G.tntaen--I have the honor to submit to
yo wn deration the pardon of E. B. Tin
ney, ra o was tried and convicted before the
hone ble theFourth Judi District Court of
this State, sitting in and foi the parish of St.
Charles, of the orime o manslaughter, and
forsaid ofeewa senteaeedb r id oourt
toewvam yetarmprlsom mt lt i. a bºor in
of your ho will grnt him a t
full and unonti on
Vet' . NICHOLL,
Governor t State of Louisiana.
Mr. Ogden asked and obtained unanimous I
consent to take up she pardon of E;. B. `itney. c
Mr. Ogden moved that the Senate do now
advise and ofnsolt to the unonditionlal I
pardon of 11. 1. Tlnney.
Mr. Garland objected.
On a call of the roll the following was the
result:
For pardon -Messrs. floatner, Dueros Ens
tit, Gha, Goode, Grover Kelly, Mitehefl, Og
den, Richardson, Sandlford, Steven, Stubbts,
Texada, Wheeler, Wlhte and Zseharle--17.
Against pardon -Messrs. Garland and
(W.rge- -2,
Aren--Mer. Allain, Breaux, BryTnt,
Blure CCae, Ienmas, Dumont, Grover, Hr
per, rantery, Perkins Ro bertson Stamps,
iSuton, TwItohell, Wakefield and Young--H ,
So the Senate (1id advise and consent to the
unconditional pardon of E. B. Tinney, sen
tenced by the lion. Fourth Judicial District
Court, sitting in and for the parish of St.
Charles, for the crime of manslaughter, for
the term of seven years, In the LouIsiana
State Penitentlary at Batom Rougne, and on
motion of Mr. etlly the injunction of secrery
was removel anti the Seretary directed to
notiftly the Governor.
Mr. Ogden moved to reconsider the vote
just takoi, by which theoSenatedid advise and
consent to the foregoing pardon of E. I.
Tinney, and on motion of the same Sennator
that motion was laid upon the table.
On motion of Mr. Kelly the executive ses
si)Ion witr raltie, anl the idoors ordered to be
JOHN CLEG(.
Scroetary of the Seonate.
S15NATE CHAMBleR,
Now Orleans, April 21, 18117. I
The HSeatle met in exceutive session, lion.
C. 1l. WheI'lcr in the chair.
On a call of the roll the following Senators
answered to their names:
Mesrs. Allain, Boatner, Bryant, tureb,
Demas, Ducros, Eustis George, ir,, Gotode,
Lhandry, Mitohe1l Perkinas, tchardson, ob
ertson, Mandiford Stamps, Stubbs, Sutton,
Tex aa, Twltchell, Wheeler, White, Young
and Zharlo-2-.
Absent-Mesrs. lfreaux, Cag, Dumont,
Ellis, Garlise, Grover, Harer. KIlly, Ogden,
Steven and Wakefield--l.
Hon. L. A. Wilts, Lieutenant Governor and
Presmlent of the Senate in the chair.
1IXECTITVE COMMUN C1OATION.
The following communlcatlon was rcelved
from the Governor:
EXaItITIVE DEPARTTMHlT,
State of Losulsina,
New Orleans, April 19, 1877.
To the Honnorable the Senate of the State of
Louisiana:
(enflamen-- I hereby nominate, and with
the advien and consent of your honorable
bMichal L.'Kavanraugh, Colonel of Militia
for the parish of St. Landry.
Hatnuel Hans, Lieutenant Colonel of Militia
for the oarish of St. Landry.
Mentzr Andrus, Major of Militia for the
parish of St. Landry.
ItRespeetfully v
FItAIk08 T. NICHOLLS,
Governor of Louisiana.
Mr. ItoberteoA asked and obtained unani
mous consent to take up each of the follow
ing nominations and appointments at this
time: Michael D. Kavana.tgh. Colonel of
Militia; Samuel Hans. Linutenant Colonel
and Mentor AndruR, Major, for the parish of
St. Landry.
Mr. Robertson movrd that the Senate do
now advise and coinsent to each of the fore
golong nominations and appointments.
On a call of the roll tho following was the
result:
For confirmation- Me.rs.rAllain, Boatner,
Bryant, Butch, Doman, Dueros Eustis,
George (la, Goode, Landry, Mitchell Per
kins, Richardson Robertson, Sandiford,
Staims, Stubbs, ~ntton, Texada, Twithhell,
Wheeler, White, Young and Zacharie-25.
Against confiirmatlon-Nono.
Absent-Mesrs. Breaux, Cage, Dumont,
illis, Garland, Grover, Harper, Ktlly, Ogden, t
Steven and Waltefeld--ll.
So the Senate did unanimously advise and
consent to the nomination and appointment
of Michael D. Kavanaugh as C(lonel of Mili- 4
tia, Samuel Hame as Lieutenant Colonel, and
Mentor Andrus as Major, for the parish of
St. Landry ; and on'motion of Mr. lbphortson
the injunction of secrecy was removed and
the Secretary directed te notify the Governor.
Mr. Robertson moved to reconside@ the vote
just taken, by which the Senate advised and
consented to each of the foregoing nomina
tions and appointments, antid on motion of the
same Sonator that motion was laid upon the
table.
On motion of Mr. (Gorge executive session
was raised and the dnsor ordered to be
opened.
op . JOHN CLE(GG,
Hecretary of the -senate.
M4RNATE CHAMBn.R,
Now Orleans, April 24, 1877.
The Senate met in executive session, Hon.
Mr. Grover in the chair.
On a call of the roll the following Senators
answered to their names:
Meosrs. Breaux, Bryant, Burch, Cage, Do
mas, Ducros, Dumont, Ellis, Eustis, Gar
lad, George, (la., Goolo, Grover, Harper,
Kelly, Landry, Mitchell, Perkins, Richardson
Sandlford, S amps Steven, Sutton, Stubbs:
Texada, Twitchell, Wheeler, Young and
Zaeharlt--30.
Ahsent-Messrs. Allain, Boatner, Ogden,
Robertson, Wakefield and Whiti-6.
IEXECUTIVE CO MMUNICATIONR .
The following executive communications
were placed before the Senate:
ExEcJUTIVU DEPARTErrHT,
State of Louisiana,
New Orleans, April 24, 1877.
To the Honorable the Senate of the State of
Louisiana:
Gentlem-I hereby nominate, and with the
advice and consent of your honorable body,
will appoint, Oscar Hebert Inspector of
Weights and Measures for the parish of
Iberia; Eugene Oubre, Robert Semple,
Charles Villeret Police Jurors for the parish
of Pointe Coupee Breston Johnson Inspector
of Weights and Measures for the parish of
Ibervlleo.
Respectfully,
FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS,
Governor of Louisiana.
EXOCUTIVE DIPARTMI1NT,
State of Louisiana,
New Orleans, April 24, 1877.
To the Honorable the Senate of the State of
Louisiana:
Gentlemen--I hereby nominate, and with
the advice and consent of your honorable
body. will appoint
. Ja. Catellnos, Surgeon, with the rank of
Major, Regiment Orleans Artillery.
J. G. Hava, Assistant Surgeon with rank of
CaptainRegiment Orleans Artillery.
P. A. labary, Commissary, with the rank
of Captain, Regiment Orleans Artillery.
P. Godcheaud Jr., First Lieutenant, first
company.
E. Dupaquier, Second Lieutenant, first
company.
F. Goner, First Lieutenant, second com
F. 8heibert, Second Lieutenant, second
company.
A. Iabiutt, F.irst Ititt aat, thliatt :t
L, a veste, fJr. Mrt Lieutetant, thfId
an, a md I itunmtant, third ecom
iLPf. Bouchernau, Captain, seventh coom
A . Iyi toquntte, Flrst Lletbtenant, seventh
opanty.
E , , Jr., First Lltdlmnant, seventh cot- i
M. Miangolara. Heond Lieutenant, sev
enth compan1.
FRANCIS T. NIGIH LIB
Governor of Loelsiata. _
Mr. Breaux asked and obtained unattlnous
consent to take up teah of the following -
nominations and appointments: Ehgete In
Oubte, io.hert 4.mplo, Charles Vitleret. Po
lice Jurors, parish Poittlte Cloupte
Mr. Breaux moved that the Senate do
now advise and consent to each of these nom
inatmona and appointments respectively.
On a call of the roll on each of these nomi
nation(s respectively, the follwing was the
result:
For confirmation--Me2ssrs.Breaux, Bryant,
Burch, Ckage, Demts, Ductos, Dumnont, Ellis,
Eustls, Oarland; Getie, (iI, Goode, Grover,
hIarpor Kelly, Lady Mitchell Perkiis,
Rtlcharcttsn, 8aiflfotd, mt., Hut,
t, Stublbs exata, T.he, Wheer,
Yotungt and gaeharhe--O.
Against ronfirmation--None.
Absent--Messrs. Allain, ltoatner. Ogdmn.
Robertsatmn, Wakefield and White-4.
Ho the Renate did unanimously advIse and
consent to the nomination and appointment of
Eugene Ouhre, IRobert Semple, Charles Ville
rot, PolMe Jurors parish of Pointe Coupeb,
and on motion of Mr. Breaux, the Injunction
of secrecy was reli.ved and the M4eretary
directed to notify the Governor.
Mr. Breaux moved to reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Henatn advised and
consented to each of the foregoing nornina
tions and appointmente, and on motion of the
eame tentator that motion was laid upon the
trhlo,l
The nolmnatiotns of Os(ar Hblert, inspector "
of Weights and Measures for the parish of tl
Iberia, and Preston Johnson, Inspector of tl
Weights and Measures for the parish of Iher
ville, lie over under the rules.
Mr. Breaux asked and obtained unanimous
consent to take up the following appolntmentd !
at this time:
J. J. (Casllanos, fureaon, with rank of 11
M jor, Ppniment Orleans rtillery.
. O. lava, Assistant Surgeon with rank of IC
Captain, Regiment Orleans Artillery.
P. AA.Tabary, Onmissa y trlt rank of o r
Rat en, lRgiment Orleans Arillery. C
P. tord hciaud, Jr. First Lieutenant first
company.
E. Dupaquler, Second Lieutenant, first corn
pany. t
F. Gener, First Lieutenant, second com- C
pany.
F. ~ehelbwert. Second fAleutenant, second S
company.
A. la lruin, First Lieutenant, third cor
(1,.. Laresvhe, Jr. First Lieutenant, third
eo. <ogant, Second Lieutenant, third (emn
pany.
P. 8. Wiltn, Jr., Captain, sixth comrany.
E. liDrunt, Hecond Liettenant, sixth corm- f
parry.
F,. F, Buclv'reau, Captain, senventh rum
pany.
A. 1. Roquoett'., First Lieutenant, seventh
otnnpalny.v
E. Pod, Jr. First Lieutenant, seventh com
pany.
M. Miangolara, retond Linutenant, seventh
company.
Mr. Breaux movled that the Senate do now
advise and consent to each of those nomina
tlons respectively.
On a call of the roll on each of these nom
inations. respectively, the following was thet
resmnt:
For honllrnation- -Metsrs. Breaux, iryant,
Burch, Cage, Demas, Du.rue, Dumont, Ellis,
Eustls, Garland, George, Oh, Gioxode, drover,
Harper Kelly Landrv. Mitchell, Perkins,
Rlelicharcison andiford, Stamps, Steiven,
Stubbs, Suton Texada, Twitchell, Wheeler,
Young and Z.clarle -30.
Against (confirinatlon--None.
Absent--Messrs. Allain i3oatner, Ogden,
Rolmrteon, Wakefield and White,--i,
So the Senate did unanimously advise and
consent to each of the following nomina
tions and appointments.
J. J. Castellanos, Surgeon, with rank of
Major, Regiment Orleans Artillery.
J. G. Hava, Assistant Surg,on with rank ofrd
Captain, Regiment Orleans Artlflet'y.
P. A. Taary, Commissary, with rank of
Captain, lE.lnment Orleans Artillory.
P Go d choaud, Jr. First Linutenlant, flrst
company.
i. )Dparqulor, Seondl Lieut.,nant, Iirst
company.
F. (lener, First Lieutenant. sieonwl corn
peuny.
F. Itcheibher, HSeond Lieut.mant. seound
company.
A. Rabr uin, First Lieutenant, third conm
p3 J. LarcOsehe, Jr. First Lieutenant third
compan y.
(ieo. Hogan, S400ond Lieutenant, third cecn
1.. H. Wiitz, Jr., Captain, sixth company.
E, Drounet, Hecond Lieutenant, sixth nmen
L. F. Boueherean, Captain, seventh cx(m
pany.
A. B. Roquettn, First Lieutenant., seventh
company.
E. Pou, Jr. First Lleutenant, seventh com
M. Miangolara, Second Lieutenant, seventh
company.
And, on motion of Mr. Brox, the injunctionhm
of secrecy was removed and the 8eore
tary directed to notify the Governor.
Mr. Breaux moved to reconsider the vote just
taken, by which the Senate advised and con
sented to each of the foregoing nominations
and appointments, and on motion of the same
Senator that motion was laid upon the table.
On motion of Mr. Kolly, the executive se
saon was raised and the door i ordered to be
8 opened. JOHN CLEGG,
Secretary of the Sonate..
SENATE CHAMBE,
New Orlean4, April 26, 1817.
The Senate met in executive wsssion, Hon.
Mr. Odgen in the chair.
On acall of the roll, the following Sanators
an wered to their namee:
Moessrs. Boatnor, Breaiul Biryant, Burch,
Ducros, Dumont, Eustis, berland, George,
Gla, Goode Grover, Harper Keolly Lanrlry,
Mttchell, Ogden, Perkins, Rlchardson, Rob
ertson, andiford, Stamps, Steven, Stub^,g,
Sutton, Texada, rwitchell, Wheeler, `lhitc,
Young and Zacharie-31.
Absent-Messrs. Allain, Cage, 1)emas, ElUlis
and Wakefeld--5.
EX91UTMV' CO¥VSNfUjCATIoN.
The following executive aommuniiation was
placed before the Senate,:
EXVrutm DEPARTWENT,
State of Louisiana,
New Orleans, April 16, 1877.
To the HonorabVl the Senate of the State of
Louisina;
Gentlbmers-- hereby nominate, and with
the advlne and eonsefit of your honorable
body, will apaoint the following Board of
Supervisors of the Louisiana State University
and Agricultural and Mechanical College: W.
C. Black, Daniel Edwards, J. L. Brent, J. N.
Williams . R. Ryland W. H. Harris, J. A.
Taylor . L. Grimes, W. TL. Sanford, E. W.
SutherlinA. A. Gubie and Edward Sparrow.
iespecullY
SM. Blu s T. NICHOLLS,
Governor of Louisiana.
Mr. Bure t asked and obtained unashmous
The iroll beng ealled on eah of ~ noml
Mt. Soft th moval tlht the 0010te do now
adsthe atad cotnent to endh of thsesnm in a a.
tant and appointtnesiat repoatif4i.t
The roll being anlled on each of teAt notni
nations ahd appoi~mneat, reospetlvtilytth
following waes the fitlt:
Trhant Tureh DuoS .umontý t
oar ra IM r o
tveu, Sti.bbo, utton, ae , rwa tloll,
heeler:h- o, ng an h rle,-i.
An~ai nflmatltm-None.
Abeent- Meere. Allain, Cage, Dmenas, Ill'
and Wakefield--i.
So the Senate did unanimoumsly advies and
oontent to the nomination and appolntmmnt
of W. C. Black, Daniel Flwards, J. BL. rent,
1. M. Williams, 1I. 1I. Iyland, W. 1. Harris,
J. A. Taylor, T. L. (rimes, W. L. Manford, 1~.
W. utherltin, A. A. fltble and Elward Sparrow
as thA Hoard of upeorvisors Of the liot lslans
State University and Agricultural and
Mechanl.al College, anu on motionh of Mr,
Burch the injunctiom of se. reey was romoved
and theo 8ecreet.ory dirobotl tI notify the
(lovernoir.
Mr. Burch inovwI to reconsier the vote Just
taken, by which the, boate rulVisdl and toml
sential to actlh of the foreoing nomlinations
and appointlntmn, and on motlon of the same
Senator that motion was laid upon the table.
~e'turtl VB OOkMMtftUNPTATItN.
The following etmmunt.rt.lm from his Ex
rxelleuny the (I uvernor was placdl before the
ennate:
EX.i.iUTIVE DEPARTMN QT,
state of Loullann,
Now Orleans, April 26, 1877.
To the Honorable the Henate of the Htat( of
L,ouisliana:
(tentlemern--At a term ot the honorable the I'
Distrilt Court of the Eleventh Judicial Die- cI
trict, held in the m.lith of October, 1878, int
the parish of Claiborne, Robert dymtinonds
was tried and convicted of the crime of fian
slaughter, and sentenced to five years' tm- I
ritsonment, at hard Mbr, n thBous +
Erute penitntiary, at Batl Rtouge, tiner.
which sentence lih has been two years eon
fined since the eighth day of November,
1875.
From credible r presentations made to ,
me, which are fully set forth in the ac orn
panying documents, I deem his a fit ease e fo
the exercist of einmency and with the eon- t
Currence of your honorable body I will grant
him a full pardon.
As shown by nwonlmpanyin petition, Felli
Grow was tried and onvletiI, at a term of
t~e honorable the Fourth Judicial Distrit
court held in the parish of Ascensiont In the
month of June, 1875, of the crime of man
slaughter, and for said offense he was sena
tenced to seven years' imprisonment, at hard
labor, in the Louislana Penitentiary at Baton
Rouge.
I was the ctunsel of this person, and know
the factd of the case. The evidt ce did not
justify the verdict of the jury which convicted
him, nor the sentence of the court.
Being of the opinion that this iu also a ean
for the eoxerisa of Executive elemeny, with
the concurrence of your honorable bodly I
will grant him a full pardon.
R pItANCIP T. NTCHIIOLIA,
Governor of Louisiana.
Mr. Ioberteon asked and obtained unani
mtcts c.onwnt to take up tihe pwrdon of Robert
Symmonds.
Mr. Robertson moved that the Senate do
now advise and consent to the full pardon of
Robert Symmonds, now confined in the Lou
isiana State Penitentiary at Baton Rouge, for
the crime of manslaughter.
On which Mr. Richardson called for the
yens and nays, with the following result:
For pardon-Messrs. Bo tner Breaux, Bry
ant, Iurch, I)ucros, Dumont, Eustis George,
Gla, Goode, Grover llarer Kelcii A
dry, Mitchell, Ogden, Prikt, ichard
son, Robertson, Sandiford Stamps, Sutton,
Steven, Stubbs, TexaIla, T'witchell, Wheeler
antd Younga-- 5.
Against pardon - Messrs. Garland, White
and Gacharie -8.
Absent,-Messrs. Allain, (Cag. 'm)teas, iEllis
and Wakefield-i-.
So the Senate did advise aid consent to the
full pardon of Robert Symmonds, now confined
in the Louesiana State Penitentiary at Baton
IRougo for the crime of manslaughter, and on
motion of Mr. Richardson the injuncti(m of
Sserecy was removed anti the Secretary i1
rected to notify the Governor.
Mr. Richardson moved to reconsider thie vote
just taken, by which the Senate advisod antd
consented to the foregoing pardon, and on
motion of the same Senator that motion was
I laid upon the table.
Mr. Landlry obtained unanimous cminrett to
take up the pardon of Felix Grow, now con
Iined In the Louisiana State Penitentiary at
Baton Rougn for the crime of manslaughter.
Mr. Landry moved that the Senate do now
advise and consent to this pardon. Objec
tions having been raised.
On a call of the roll the following was the
result:
For pardon--Meesrs. latner, Bmreaux,
Bryant, Burch Ducros, Dumont, Eustis, l
George, Gins, doode, Grover, Harper, Kelly,
qLandriy, Mitchell. Ogden, Perkins, Richard
son, Roberteon, anidlford Starmps, Steven, C
Sutton, Stubbs d, wTexad I'wtchell, Wheeler
and Young--2. t
AainAst ardon--Meosrs. Garland, White
Absent-Messrs. Allain, Cage, Demas, Du- a
mont and Wakefield--5.
So the Senate did advise and consent to the a
full pardon of Felix Grow, now confined in
the Louislana State Penitentiary at Baton r
Rouge for the crime of manslaughter, and on I
motion of Mr. Landry the injunction of se
erecy was removed and the Secretary was
directed to notify the Governor.
Mr. Landry moved to rooonsider the vote.
just taken, by which the Senate advised and
consented to the foregoing pardon, and on
motion of the same Senator that motion was
laid upon the table.
On motion of Mr. Rlbertson the executive
session was raised and the doors ordered to
be opened.
JOHN CLE..G,
S~cretary of the Senate.
SNATE: CHAMBBR, (
New Orleans, April 26, 1877.
The Senate met in executive session, Hon. i
L. A. Wiltz, Lieutenant Governor and Presl- 1
denft of the Senate, in the chair.
On a call of the roll the following Senators
answered to their names:
Mesers. Allain, Boatner, Breaux, Bryant,
Burch, Demas, Ducros, Dumont, Eustis, Gar
land, George, G.a Goode, Grover, Harver,
Kelly Landry, Mitchell, Ogdn, Perkins,
el o, serteon, aan for, Stamp..
Steven, Sutton, Stubbs, Twitehell, Wheeler,
White, Young and Zsharie-32.
Absent-Messrs. Cage, Ellis, Texada and
Wakefield-4.
EXECuTIVE COmMYIXV CATIONS.
The following communications were received
from the Governor:
ExEtcnrrvE DEPAwrFWr, T,
State of Loutsiana,
New Orleans, April 26,1877.
To the Honorable the Senate of the State of
Louisiana:
Gentemn--I hereby nominate, and with
the advice and oonsent of your bonorable
i ew ri : efE. T. Vne, T,
So ough.
i T. NItCHOLtih,
Ouvernor of Louiilana.
Ernmrtv DaiD Atinzatmz
Stait of ·Ltulelana
New Orlesa, April gO, 177.
To y rable the eRnate of the State of
Oent5l -t +tih submit the names of
two xontl'*t, tu, itl to custtmn, have
revot iefeloers of the Pen
o ea t imeny oti account
O .oet and a d ortmnt: John Stone
NJ ihtorn Amoe, having hbtn so recom
I w1, with t of your honorabln
body, grant a to e~th.
T. NIC(!HOLLM.
COo4ernor of titisunt.
Mr. Goode asked and obttainedl unanitrrot(es
o~msent to take up each of the following
nominations SId appolntments rmp etively:
John ID Iafiltte, Dlavid . Labatt, John H.
Kennardtl, Jas. Ing6treet, Thomas A. Adams.
N. t. Rightor, Win. B. Egan, U. .. Leeds, as
Trustees of the tfniveorty of Louisiana.
Mr. Goode movet that the tenatt do now
advise and onhent to each of these nomhta
tions and appointrnenti respeatively.
(hO a Pall of the ytea and nays on each
of the nominations, re4Jitively, the follow
lng was the result:
For conflrmrtdslgno t-.rs. Allain, Bioatner,
Breaux. BityMnt BlrGh, Dmas, loros, Du
monit, ituiN GItklrd, agOeorge, (s i C( ods,
(trover, Iý l rjell y, iandry, Mitohell,
Oglen, Perktns 4iieirnl , nobertson Hatd
lfrd, imntan, Sb_ e v, Stevn, 8utmt,
Twitcheli, Wf tiler White, Young and Zcwha
rie-8l.
Against conflrmation -None.
Aunent--Miesrs. Ongo, Ellis, Texuln, and
Wakefleld-4.
So the Senate did unanimously adlvtse and
crnsont to the nomination and appointments
of John B. Infltte, David C. Labatt, Johti H.
Kennard, James longetreet, Thomas A.
Adams, N. Ut. IUghtor, W. B. Egan and O: J.
Leeds, Trnusteen of the University of Loulsl
ana, and on motion of Mr. Goode the Injnne
tlon of beeorey was removed and the See
retary directed to notify the Governor.
Mr, Goodt moved to reeonslder the vote
just taken, by wMeih the Senate advised and
eonasnted to the ftrgtoing nominations and
appointrmea , aid on motion of the same
senator that motlon was laid upon the table.
Mr. Grover asked and obtained unanimous
oonsent to take up the nomination and ap
polntment of lO. L. Payne member of the
Board of Assetsors, city of New Orleans.
Mr. Grover moved -that the flenate do
now advise and nseent to thO foregoing
nomination and appointment.
On a eali of the roll the follrwing was the
result:
For confirmatl, --)4ut . AIlain, floatner,
Breaux ty a m re Dermnas, fucrons, lu
moat, t iusi, Uialnd, George. Gla. ot"de
Grover, Hrlon Kelly, Liandry, tc hel
d , tPerinU ehrs, R ertvn, , s uttot,a
SlTw ltr p h', WiYoik, Wii tg, Youdg ind eh
le--lOW.
- 8le n t confirmation-NoNme.
Absent--Meters. toge, Ellis, Texada and
Wakeflekd--4.
oo the lenate did unanimously advise and .
ooneont to the homination and appointment of
E. C. Payne, member of the Board of Assessors
Sfor the city of NeW Orleans; and on motmon
of Mr. Grover the Injumetion of secrecy was
r removed and the Meeretary directed to notify
the Governor.
Objeetions harlag been rafset, the n romIna
tione and appolnatents of T. Balily-IBlan
chardH,It. . Hale , Victor Aucoin and John
iRoxborough, Board of Assessors for the
oity of Now Orkleans, lie over under the rules.
Mr. Goode hAked and obtained unanimous
coxheent to call up the pardon of John Stone,
as containd ll the gsecutlvo communication
of this dcatt:
Mr. Goode inoved that the Senate do now
advise and nenaent to the foregoing pardon.
Upon whilh Mr, George Called for the yees
and nays, witrl g.h fotlowlng result:
For paIrdotn- -Maste. Allain, Iloatner,
Breaux, ho. $ ryant, Dermas, Ducros,
thmont, 0,Goode, Grover, Hartper elly,
Ltandry, Mitchell Odm, Perkins, ichard-:
son, I hrn, anrdiford, Stamps, Steven,
Sutton, Twitchell, Wheeler, White and Yourng
Against pardon-Messrs. Eustle, Garland,
George, Stubbe and Zachari-5.
Absent-Mesasr. Cage, E.lis. .Tex' a and
Wakefield--4.
Ho the $enrte did advise and consent to the
full pardon of John Stone, as recommended
by t offiers o the officers of the Louisiana State Peniten
tiary, for good conduct.
On motion of Mr. Gooxlo the injunction of
s.orecy was removed and tho FS4retary dl
rect#'. to notify the Governor.
Mr. Goodo moved to reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Henate advised and
eonsented to the foregoing pardon, and on
motion of the same Senator that motion was
laid upon the table.
Mr. IGoode asked and obtained unanimons
consent to take up the pardon of Washington
Amos, as contained in excr.utive onnmunaio
tion of thls date.
Mr. Goode moved that the Senate do now
advise and consent to the foregoing pardon.
Upon which Mr. George called for the yeas
anf nays, with the following result:
For pardon-Mssrs. Allain Boatner,
Breaux, Bryant;, hurch, Dcmas Ileron Du
mont, Gcs Goode, Grover, harper.h j ly,
indy, Mitchi4o Ogden, Perkins, ehard
son, 1tt tiandiftnd, gStamps, . teven,
Button, Twitehll, Wheeler, White and Young
---2?.
Against parLdonMesrs. Eustls, Garland,
George, 3tubbe and Zacharl--i .
Ahbstt-Meowsr . Cage, Ellis, Texada and
Wakfleck--4.
So the Senate did advise and consent to the
full pardon of Washington Amos, as reco(m
mended by the ofoeers of the Loulisana State
Penitentiary, for good conduct, and on motion
of Mr. George the Injunction of see.ecy waa
removed and the Secretary directed to notify
the Governor.
Mr. Goode moved to reconsider the vote
just taken, by which the Senate did advies
and consent to the foregoing pardon, and on
motion of the same Senator that motion was
laid upon the table.
On motion of Mr. Stubbs the executive
session was raised and the doors ordered to
e opend. JOHN ,
sea-etary of the Senate.
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