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eoleonn ofl ie Bfones No. 139, ttite to expulsion of treopaemers a t wllU. JI No. 180. llnlng certain misdemeanors arls g~aelty to animale, and prescribing t thereof. ;il No. 151, to repeal artIole 1758 of the Revised . Skohanan- bi No. 181, o pat into effect artidle 241 of the K.j, Dadenhefer u i Mllo. 188, to prohibit State officers and mem thne General Assembly from being In labuilding contracts with the 8tate. Peasel bill No. 184, requiring bond of olerks of district the parish of Orleans excepted, fixing 3i9at thereof and describing the man aIpproving the same. X4. Inthaway bill No. 185, l to authorize the collection of back 4e ay municipal corporation or par b7l judgment creditor, to a judgmont say delinquent taxpayer, and to ap back taxes to the payment of back of municipal corporations and :qr. Luoke bill No. 186, et to provide for a new form of city gov for the city of New Orleans, as au by article 954 of the constitution of Lr. .tichardson- bill No. 187, entitled an act to amend and re-on 7 of the Revised Statutes of 1870. M3r, BlEhardson- bill No. las, 141itto punish shooting to endanger the 4Id limbs of bystanders, with or with to kill, and to give damages for In M. Vaughan bill No. 131, tto amend and re-enact section 3081 ld tatutes of the State. Voor'les ,tise bill No. 140, htiNhto other the recorders of the several of the State, the parish of Orleane to make the indexes of all the I in their oftloes, as required by see and 0DB8 of the Revised Statutes of I ai and to authorize the pollce juries I rhes to provide the moans to pay lkiUM FPROM THE GOV1RNOB. owing messages were received from oy the Governor: * NW OLrLl4a's, February 14, 1880. t er and Members of the House of E tatives : -1 have the honor to submit lrprt of the board of adminletra aIiI e Asylum of the State of 5 the year 18719. of the officers and trustees of nInstitution for the Education for the year 1879. lsport of the State Superintendent ton also, account of theoon of his oflice for the year 1879. i UI A. WILTZ, Governor.m the reports were referred to as follows: of the board of administrators of Asylum, to the Committee on aend Public Institutions. ip rtof trustees of the Blind Asylum, COmmitte on Public Eliucation. et of the Superintendent of Public to the Committee on Public Edu M'ptuO t of the Superintendent's con S.pensee for 1879, to the Committee nd Means. 5. w OarxANs, February 13, 1880. N. Ogden. Speaker of the House tati ee: have the honor to transmit to you, l n.uest that you lay before the ýboy over which you preside anual report, "In manuscript," for ending November 1, 1879, of the - 1 Control of the Louisiana State Pen from Andrew Jackson, Esq., the of slaid board. Your particular at solicited to that part of the report Q the dilapidated condition of the Of the Institution, which contain able maohhinery belonging to the to repairs are urgently needed, therefore, recoommend the early adop Measures by the legislature in order from further decay if not total de said property, which has oost the via sums of money. Y OUIS A. WILTZ, Governor. report of the board of control and the ying letter were referred to the on Penitentiary. l ac.vCTIv DEPARTMENT ) ktate of Louisiana. S New Orleans. February 14. iee., SSpeaker and Members of the House of the honor to submit the report of the tor of the University of Louls respectfully, LOUIS8 A. W1LTZ, Governor. rieort was referred to the Committee Education. EXECUTIvS DrAnTMRENT. State of Louisiana. Net Orleans. February i, tse. O or and Members of the House of tatives: honor to transmit herewith a the board of supervisors of the University and Agricultural College, setting forth the and requirements of that raying for such relief as the may see fit to grant. tteyu early and serious attention to tih o the board, and recommend as you may deem appropriate and to prevent this worthy institution serious damage. ty respectfully, SLOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor. le lmsage and memorial were on motion totte Committee on Public Educa NOTIEO OF BILL. B.lliu gave notice that he would at ture day introduce providing the manner of designating public and auctioneere for the pur taking inventories, holding family efecting sales and for other pur UTIOls FROM THE TABLE. offered by Mr. Blllu, as fol the Committee on the Ju teenploy a clerk, :oh d ao Mr. Blliu, I uap anlda gl ti. tb+Oemm seo1 tkli 1 disary. Mr. Out~er mevedoreoonasider the vote by which House bill No..89 was engrossed and passed to third reading. Mr. Oosgrove moved to lay upon the tabkl the motion to reoonsider made by Mr. Curley, The motion to lay upon the table was lost. Mr. Allain called for the regular order of the day. Mr. Curley moved to postpone the regular order of the day for fifteen minutes. By a rising vote of 81 yeas to 33 nays the House refused to postpone the regular order of the day. The resolution offered by Mr. Williams, of Terrebonne, as follows: Be it lResolved, That the Governor of this State be and is hereby requested to issue his proclamation eilling for an election in the parish of Concordia to fill the vacancy caused by the Ineligibility of Dave Young, Was taken up. Mr. Williams asked and obtained leave to withdraw the same. H8KNATI DItt ON THIRD IEADINeC. Senate bill No.47, An act relieving the Attorney General of the prosecution of criminal cases in the parish of Orleans before the courts thereof. Thles bill was taken up on third reading and read in full. On the final passage of the bill the yeas and nays were called, with the following result. Yeas-Messrs. Archer, Armstrong, Allain, Atkluns, Baskin, Iilllu, Buchanan, Butler, C(osgrove, )Devereaux, )illard, DdhelH, Dden hefer, Farmer, ra[ulkner, Feazel, Hall, Hath away, lianey HarrIe, Hierring, Ives Jackson of St. Mary, Jones, .loffrlon, Kielnpgetr. Kirk. JIlanrastEr', Lsgendre, Mahoney, Mixon, Mo (lain, McCuiailough, Newom, Ogdlen, Pearce, Philpps, Ph1illips, Prltchard, Pope, Pollard, Quinn RLtrtson, 1halfftr,. Stephord, 8chuel sll'r, St. O(lair I'alllon, V1tugihan, Vinenut. WormL, Wi.s, Williams of Morehouse, Young of Iberia-- 57. Nays--Mesrs. Altken I.ulger Carron (ay olle, (lurley, I)lokerson, F -sex, i ranz, denry, hLitten LIyon(e, Lcke, Mran,rgan, Morel Meo i)oi.nl, l,'he, Verret Williams of TFerre tbonn, Yel,Young of St.Landry-20. The bill was finally passed. On moutlon the title of the bill wae adopted Mr. AIlain moved to reconalder the vote by which tihe bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid upon the tabhl. . RENA'rT HIALIN ON FIR.T RIEADINO. The following entitled Senate bills were taeon up on their first reading and, on motion were passed to second reading; Senate bill No. 55, An act to facilitate the trial of causes on the ordinary docket of the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana. Senate bill No. 40, An act to readjust the State Land Oflfoe; appointment of a register; to fix his salary; and the time and manner of paying said salary; to define the powers and prescribe the duties of the register; to fix the fees for certlltcates and patents, and disposition thereof; the price of lands and disposition of the proceeds; duties of the Auditor of Public Accounts, State Treasurer, Attorney General and the Governor; to provide for the pay ment of salary and expenses Incurred In the State Land )1iloe; to repeal all conflloting laws. Senate bill No. OG, An act to give effect to article 91 of the con stitutlon of 1879, providing for appeals on luestions of law. HO1USHE BILLS ON THIID READING. By Mr. Letten- House bill No. 15, An act ordering and requiring parlsh or municipal corporations in this State to re oeive for taxes or licenses due any parish or municipal corporation prior to January 1, 1879, all valid warrants, scrip or evidences of indebtedness of said parish or municipal corporations. This bill having been incorrectly engrossed was ordered to lie over. By Mr. Richardson H'ouse bill No. 30, An act to provide for the payment of the salaries of the clerks of the city courts of the city of New Orleans, and their deputies and assistants, Was taken up on its third reading and read in full. On the final passage of the bill the yeas and days were called, with the following re sult: Yeas---Messrs. Armstrong, Allain, Atkins, Altken, Baskin, Billiu, Buchanan Bulger, Cayolle, Cosgrove, Curley, Dillard, dickerson, D)elbel. Dudienhefer, Essex, Faulkner Frauz, Feazel, Hall, Iathaway, Haney, Herring, Heidenhain, Henry, Ives, Jackson of St. Mary, Jones, Joffrlon, Kleinpeter, Kirk, Lan caster, Legendre Letten, Lu-ke, Mahoney, Millaudon, Mtealn McOullough. McDonald, Newsom, Ogden, Phippe, Phillips Pollard, Richardson, Robertson, Roche, bhepherd, Schneider St. Clair, Talton, Vaughan Verret, Vincent, Voorhles, Weems, Wise, Williams of Morehouse, Williamse of errebonne, Yell, Young of Iberia, Young of St. Landry-62. Nays--None. The bill was finally passed. The title of the bill was adopted. Mr. ileidenhain moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid upon the table. By Mr. Frazler House bill No. 55, An act to prevent the adulteration of arti cles of food; to prevent the sale of unwhole some and tainted provisions; the slaughter ing of cattle, etc., for food when in an un healthy condition, and for other purposes, Was taken up on its third reading and read In full. -The yeas and nays on the final passage of the bill resulted as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Allain Atkins, Aitken, Bas kin. Blllin, Buchanan, Bulgor, Butler, Coa grove, Curley, Devereaux, Dillard, Dickerson, )ilbel, Dudenthrfer, Essex, Farmer, Franz. Ieszel, Hall, Hathaway, Haney, Herring, Heidenhain, Henry, Ives, Jackson of St. Mary, Jones, Joffrion, Klilnpeter, Kirk, Lan caster, Legendre, Letten, Lyons, Luck, Ma honey, Mllaudon, Morel, i, MCain, Mcul lough McDonald, McDona, MDowell. Newsom Og d(,, PeareH, Phipps, Pritchard, Pollard, Quinn, Iichardeon, Robertson, Shepherd, bchnelder, St. Clair, Talton, Vaughan, Ver ret, Vincent, Voorhies, Weems, Wise Wil liams of Morehouse, Williams of Terrebonne, Yell, Young of Iberia--5. Nays-None. The bill was flnally passed. The title of the bill was adopted. Mr. Billiu moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider waylald upon the table. By Mr. Cosgrove House bill No. 59, A joint resolution authorizing the Governor. of the State to institute proceedings for the recovery of oertain swamp lands, Was taken up. On motion the bill lies over. House bill No. 114, An actto provide fo the payment ot J. H. a,,ai I tedirl ree . 'Theu f rd olesa th laipMe t s of the bill reteitesd follows: y Yea-Meersa. Archer, Allan, Atkins, Alt d ken, Baskln, Billlu, Buchanan Buger, Butler, Garroe, Curley, Devereaux, 'Dlilard. Delbel, Dudenhefer, Essex Farmer, Faulkner Frans, e FeOasl, lGibon, Hall, Haney, Herrlng, Hilden r hain, Henry, Ives, Jones Joifrlon, Kava naugh, Kleinpeter K1irk, ( eýendre, Letten, Lucke,Mahoney, M illaudson Morgan, Morel )f MCn, Mooullough, Molonald, McDowell, N4wsom. Ogden Pearc, e, Phlppe, Pritchard, , Pollard,Quinn, ilohardson ltobertson, Roche, Shepheru, 'bShnider, S4t Olair, Talton, Vaughan, Verret, Vincent Voorhine Weems SWise, Williams of Morehouse Williams oi r Terrebonne, Yell, Young of Iberia-66. Nays-None. r The bill was finally passed. On motion the title of the bill was adopted Mr. HetdenhaO moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider d was laid upon the table. House bill No. 123, An act to provide that the interest taxes collected and to be collected, to meet the coupons which fall due on the first day of January, 18.0, on the consolidated bonds of the State of Loulsiana, shall be used exclu sively to defray the expenses of the State government incurredl on and after the first day of January, 1880. The bill was taken up on its third reading and read in full. The yeas and nays on the final passage of the bill resulted as follows: Yeas-Messrs. Aroher, Allain Atkins, Alt ken, 1Bakin,, Ilil, Buchanan, fuluger, HBuler, - arron, (loserove IDevereaux, DilIlard, D uden Iefer, Faulkner "rani, , Fesol, Gibson Hall, Hathaway, Haney, Hlarris, herring, Iltlden haln, Ilevry, Ives,.Jacksonoal t. Mary, Jones, Joffrlon, Kieinpultr, Kirk, Lancaster Leogen dre, Letten, Lucko, Mahoney, Milaudon, Morgan, Morel, Me( on, MoCullourgh, Mc Donald, McDowell, Newsom, Ogden, Pearel, 1Pllpps, Pritchardt, 'Pop, t'ollard Qlnntl, Richardson, R,,bortsoln, Rt,ch,, St.hal r, iuh p herd, Schneider, St. Ulair, Talton, Vaughan, Vincent, Voorhiles, Weems, Wise, Williams of Morehouse, Willlams of Terreboune, Yell, Young of llberia (0R. Nay-Mr. Verret --1. The bill was finally adopted. On motion, the title, was adopted. Mr. Ogden mtoved to reconslder the vote by which the bill was fIlal y passed, and on his own motion the moe:lon to reconsider was laid upon the table. 1hIfTT ON RE('OND IIEADIIN ITIEPORTED DY 'oM M llrrlTgl. By Mr. Richardson-. House bill No. 32- An act to prescrlbe the amount and clarac ter of the bonds and qualillcation of the sure ties to be furnished by the clerks of the civil andt criminal district courts for the parish of o Orleans, Was taken up on i.t second reading under I the favorable report of the Committee on the Judiciary. Section 1 was road. Mr. Devereaux moved to amend in line 1 of I section 1 by striking out "five thousand" and inserting "ten thousand." Mr. Richardson moved to lay upon the I table the motion to amend. By a rising vote the motlon to lay upon the table was lost and the amendment was s dopted. Section 1 was adopted as amended. t Section 2 was read. On motion of Mr. Devereaux section 2 was amnended by inserting in line 9 the words "in a real estate unincumbered," after the word p "property." v Section 2 was adopted as amended. d Bection 3 was read. te On motion of Mr. Devereaux section 3 was amended by adding the words "and shall not a be canceled uutil said clerk shall have turned over to his successor." Scotion 3 was adopted as amended. The bill was ordered engrossed and passed to its third reading. By Mr. Richardson-- b House btitN-o. l, An act to regulate the numberof employees of the Recorder of Mortgages for the parish 11 of Orleans, and to fix their salary, Was taken up on its second reading, re ported favorably by the Committee on the r+ Judiciary, with amendments. e1 On motion the bill was ordered to be printed. By Mr. Richardson-- at Iouse bill No. :4, ti An act to provide fov-the payment of the salaries of the Register of Conveyances and Recorder of Mortgages of the parish of Or leans, and their deputies and employees. This bill was taken up on its second read ing, reported on favorably by the Committee on the Judiciary, with amendments. On motion the bill was ordered to be printed. By Mr. Rbchardson Hlouse bill No. 40, An act to regulate the duties of the minute clerks of the courts of appeal and of the civil and criminal courts of the parish of Orleans. This bill was taken up on its second read ing, reported favorbly by the Committee on the Judiciary, with amendments. On motion the bill was ordered to be printed By Mr. Richardson- House bill No. 42, An act to provide for the payment of sala ries of the deputy and minute clerks, short hand reporters and other employees of the civil and criminal district courts and court of appeals of the parish of Orleans. This bill was taken up on its second read ing, reported favorably by the Committee on the Judiciary, with amendments. On motion the bill was ordered to be printed By Mr. Richardson House bill No. 50, An act to organize the city courts in the city of New Orleans, to regulate the terri torial jurisdiction thereof and proceedings therein, and to fix the salaries of the judges. This bill was taken up, under the favorable report of the Committee on the Judiciary, with amendments. On motion the bill was ordered to be printed. By Mr. Phillips House bill No. 61, An act to provide for the gauging and in specting of Illuminating oils and fluids de rived wholly or in part from coal or petro leum; to establish fees for the same; to provide for the appointment of gaugers and inspectors; to regulate and restrict the sale and use of said oils and fluids; to prescribe penalties for the violation of this act, and to repeal all laws and parts of laws In conflict with this act, Was taken up on its second reading under the favorable report of the Committee on Health and Quarantine. On motion the bill was ordered to be print ed, and fixed for Wednesday, the nineteenth instant, at 1 p. m. By Mr. Richardson House bill No. 65, An act to regulate the qualifications and duties of the recorder of mortgages for the pariah of Orleas; authorizing the appolnt mant of a deputy eoorder of mortgages for the :. ..,0 aatasa the monI of mortge4 for the iath of Of a011 , ad to regulate the eztent of hil reeponslblitp, Was taken up on its seeond reading, under the favorable report of the Committee on the Judiciary, with an amendment. On motion the bill was ordered to be printed. By Mr. Rilohardson House bill No. 87, An act to authorize Messrs. Hornor & Bene dict to sue the State, Was taken up on its second reading, under the favorable report of the Committee on the Judiciary, with an amendment. The Speaker ruled this bill out of order requirements of the constitution not having been complied with in regard to advertise ment of intent to introduce an act enacting special legislation. On an appeal by Mr. Iichardson, the House sustained the decision of the Ohair. IIOUSNE DILLtS ON HEOOND READINO AND ItR FERIIED TO (IOMMITTEEH. The following entitled House bills were read a second time by their titles, and on mo tion were respectively referred to committees, as follows: By Mr.Ogden, of Bossiler-. House bill No. 124, An act to close permanently at or near Red river, in tossier parish, all those bayous flowing out of lIed river through its east bank below Mack's bayou and above the line divid ing townships 16 and 17 of range 13, North west Louisiana. To the C(,ummittee on Public Works, Lands, Levees and It tdlhoads. ly Mr. Wine - House bill No. 125, An act to repeal act No. 96 of the acts of 1H78, entitled "An act to Incorporate the town of Pineville, in the parish of It tpldes." To the ourmmuitte, on PIrochlal Aff.tra. By Mr. llarris- House bill No. 126, An act to carry into effect article 190 of the constitution of this State. 'I'o the Committoe on the Judiiolary. Bly Mr. liaskln- House bill No. 127, An act authorhing the police jurios of the State to build new court-houses and jails, anl to repair court-lhouses and jails wherever the public interest demands such work to be idone; also to authorlize the pollee juries to levy a certanl per cent on all property, for p)urposes set forth in this bill. To the Committee on Ways and Means. IBy Mr. (ardner- - house bill No. 128, An act prohibiting the sale or giving away of intoxicating liquors on the day of election within one mileof the voling precincts at any Sttab or United States election, etc. To the Committee on tie J udlclary. PItLOS INTRIODUCEDI) OT OF ORDER. Mr. Butler asked and obtained leave to In troduce at this time, house bill No. 141, An act appropriating the sum of $10,000 for the bonellt of the State University, in accord ance with article 230 of the constitution. The bill was read the first time by Its title and calendared. Mr. Atkins asked and obtained leave to in troduce at this time, Hlouse bill No. 142, An act to provide that any person may grant a privilege lien or mortgage on any personal or movable property; and to pro vide for the punishment of any person who disposes of property mortgaged with the in tentionof defrauding the mortgagee. The bill was rAd a first time by its title and passed to calendar for second reading. MEbSRA(IE FORM THE SENATE. HENATI OtHAMBER. I New Orleans. February 14. Itmu. ro the Rpeaker and Mmbers of the House of hI pre.sntativeR: I am directed to inform your honorable )ody that the Senate has passied and requests 'our conurreuoe in Senate bills, as follows: Senate 1ill No. 32, An act to amend and re-enact section 1991 ltevised Statutes of Louisiana. Sanate bill No. 61, An act establishing the term of office of the idlges of the courts of appeal after the expi a'tion of the term of oflice fixod by the con ti tution. Snate bill No. 69, An act d(lilning the duties of the district ittorunys throughout the State, and fixiug .heir fees. Rlespectfully. JOHN CLEGG, Secretary of the Senate. On the request of the chairman ten days' further time was allowed the Committee on Cemeteries In which to make their report. Leave of absence was granted Messrs. Robertson and McDonald for live days. HOUSE BILL ON THIRD IIEADINO. House bill No. 15, An act ordering and requiring parish or municipal corporations In this State to re ceive for taxes or licenses duo any parish or municipal corporations prior to January 1, 1879, all valid warrants, scrip or evidences of indebtedness of said parish or municipal cor porations, Was taken up on its third reading, by con sent of the House, out of order. On motion of Mr. Allain the bill was re committed to the Committee on Corpora tions. On motion of Mr. Morgan the House ad journed until Monday, February 16, 1880, at 12 m. PETER J. TREZEVANT, Clerk of the House of Representatives. An Old Han Restored to Health. BATAVIA, N. Y., September 15, 1879. H. H. Warner & Co., Rochester. N. Y: (Gentlemen-"For forty years I have suffered with diabetes, being obliged to void urine as often as once in thirty minutes, and have also been a great sufferer from palpitation of the heart. I am now using your Diabetes Cure, and can truly say, at seventy years of age, that it make me feel like a new man." PETER r SHOWEMEAN, Rex instructs his subjects to drink nothing hut Malakoff Bitters. SE LECTRIC BELLS- TH E FEW EST AN D best method of Bell-hanging known. It is d, stlned to supersede entirely the old-lash loned, bungly, annoying and expenselve style. No breaking of wires; on the contrary, when once in position for the electric current to pass, an electric bell is there for a life time. All that is necessary to sound an alarm is to press gently a button, which may connect with bells in servants' room, dining-room, kitchen.stable "-in fat any Dart of a residence or business house. No burglar will enter a house with one of these bells in t.) said buttons can be so ar ranged with indicators that a servant can tell in an instant from where an aIarm comes. Numbers of oukr imqt promin nt merohants are noing t (it eat aaamJ o lo ha atqrg. Snod Jr SAlacAnzT' S gTiEAM AND M ECHANICA." - BAKERY, 74,76 and 78 New Levee street, New Orleans. Tho undersianed bea leave to call your attention to the following list o GORACKHEI manufactared by now and improved machinery, and solicit your Drders: NAVT BRIAD, geDA CRACMKERS XX, XXX, XXXX, PILOT BMRAD, CU . Ak CRA(IERS, XX, XXX, COFFEErOUM IUREAD, nBORTON CRACHIERN CRACKER EbAL. NORTON NBUITER CRACK.EA IQ1n0 IIDREAD, XX, XXX, PIMNICI CRACKERN, GINGER NUTS, XX, XXX, WATER CRIACKER., oPICE NUTM, OUSEIIR CRACHERS,, CRSMCENT IIeCUIT, MILK CRACKENS MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. FANCY CRACKERS. PEARL OYSTER CORACKERS. GINGER CREAM CRACKERBS, ORAOKNELS. GINGPO SNAPS. LEMON SNAPS, SBUAR CAKES. LEMON JUMBLES. CRESCENT BISCOUIT. HAMN SUGAR ORACKERR, NICK-KNACK CRACKERS. SUGAR ORACKERS. MAOABRONI SNAP., GINGER JUMBLES, ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON CRACKERS. EXTRA FANCY ORACKERS. AS'OIRTED CAKES AND JUMBLES, ARROW ROOT CRACKERR. PEARL BIROUIT. Dfl SUGAR CAKE. TEA BISCUIT. A B C BISCUIT. 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