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Sits mort4sse stockholders; to enable
atookholders to free their real estate . sl said mortgages; to secure the applles Of the amounts readlied from said mort. to the payment of the State bonds Mameed to adof the bank, and to use the legal .b.titee and necessary expenses of said M~o4rgaml stook department; to increase the eofor the State on the board of said and to confer on them certain duties Ma powers with reference to, said ompro. . aeb; to prescribe the conditions on which r set is passed and is to have effect, and to .eqUtre and prescribe the mode in which the iwlelnts of the act shall be accepted, SWas red the third time. Mr. Robertson moved the final opassaeege of The roll was called, with the following re Tw)ears. Brian Caben Camobell, S Demos, .Estoll, Fonteno t, fl.taie, Luas, Lokett, Mars n, wton, unes, utt, Parlante, I, Roarer, Htewart, SLteele, otor, VancealftonW, WatLns--9e. e-Messrs. Aby, Augustin, BuMfng St. DaveW , agany , Kidd, Pollock--7. ALd the bill was finally passed. The title was read and adopted. Y r .. Roberteon moved to reconsider the 4IrftIOby whloh the bill was finally passed, .y1II on blg own motion the motion to reoon hio. e was laid on the table. House bill No. 191, ' An set to provide for the settlement of the Sla debtedness of the State of Louisiana, In a~ m d0 in the prosecution of tax and license W . a the Btate of Louisiana, 'Wa read the third time. 3_ r., Robertson moved the final passage of SSeraUo was canled, with the following re Yeas-Melsrs. Brian, Oahen, Campbell, Do Setopinal, Harris, Montan, Newton, Roger, Stewart Steele, settoon., y, Vane, Watkins-17. E-Mesrs.OCunn ng aml Fontenot, Fos S L ke, Lucas, Luckett, arston, Nunes, . , Perry, Pollook, oberton, Wal 4- L Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Buffing i, nht Dave H agan, Kdd.d--. £ fJ -.l.Mhe bill failed to pass. Ame Or A MOTION TO RBooNasr5m.. S r. Robertson gave notloe that he would ah the proper time move to reconsider the a.t by whlch the Senate refused to pa. ilase bill No 191. Mr. Vance obtained permission to have v-te recorded- as having voted in thi' .We lve on House bill No. 191. usa.AM raor TrH nousa. th - following message received from the . meus of Representatives was read: UBS O31 BPIPRZN3WTATIYU5. New Orlsan.. Aaril B, les. e" khe Presldent and Members of the Senate: `tPm directed to Inform you that the House yly p l passed and asks your conourrence a e btill No. 887, a t to oreate an additional Justioe of the and contable in Ward Nine in the of Natehitoohes, to be located on o . s, In said parish; to define its ~ and to provide for the election I M e, tand to presoribe the manner of Meatme. bill No. I91 at to stabitah a Board of Flour In. ctoire for tl-ty and portot New Orleans. tho House concurs in act to amend and re-enact seetions 7 and No a . of the General Assembly of entitled "An sat to repeal 60tNo. eslono tt1878 toortatet oard 1 tate s;' to deine their powers dutfe; a tax of one mill for levee bli Improvment purpnoes; to divide Into levee distr lca to provide for of'board of levee comme o an.~tP redsrlbe their dutie to auttorise th- ltlon of a tax, n.t to exrexilye mills on estate and taxalle prop.t; vest the of levees and i ompie ,lio works out the state in ,nplloetu and to Sýertain dutlies on ttoverno of the amendments annexed to bill. Sthete r of th House has end l m eHous. bills as =ollows: ; ' to regulte the number of employees reeorde of mortgage for the parieh of the reorder of mortgages, and fiz No. 178. et toauthodhe the city of New Orleans SIt deb, to provide for the Issuance Sthere, to make such bonds reoelv a or certain bak taxes, and for the pur SI of p rty sold for certain back otherwa an to provide for the in sucoh bonds, or lr their ultimate a at to create the Fourth City Court of w Orleans and defining Its Jurisdiction ; and providing for Its location, and the e otls ofo1cerr sand manner oi their :, ment' definin.quallfcations of Its judse. -,-. en comnmaaa le, and providIng for their :it. n$tment and the eiection of their suo- I -i·semors; and providing for the transfer 1/ o of oertain cases from the Seventh and S etlcsttees and Third Distriot Courts of S parsLh of Orleas. raose bill No. 186, Aa.n t to prevent the destruction of fish by tai, trapping, hedging and quill-net DNo. a penalty for the same. SAn act makin the necessary appropria for the repair of the State-House at An act to provide substantial artificial ' . b for the citizens of this State who lost a SI or limbs in the military service of the - federate States. Anda C.Ooncurr_ Resolution requesti our yes In Congres qstoaiding the , it:t'emsent of certain claims the State has ':· the general overnment, growintout S erktn acts of Conerees granting Ianil to tiel'tate. And to ask that the Lieutenant Governor Alt President of the Senate sign the same. PEER J. TREZEVANT Vierk of the House of Representatives. S amnaitl oF s~aNLLED HOUSE ILLS. a House bills Nos. 171,173, 184, 186, 224, 254 La Concurrent Besolution, as contained in Ih roorgotlig House message, were each read t y title and the Lleutenant Governor and PelOldent of the Senate affixed his signature msneto in open session and without delay. 8 GO motion of Mr. Watkins it was ordered 1 •tht the Oommittee on Enrollment be in ; bedtd to so engross Senate bill No. 231 as b - make it zrad that the sections 146& and 695 e ,4 the Revised Statutes of 1870' and evised -M.l Code. 1150 be repealed. That this be d 0d2ag e o t oorrect a clerical error, and to age the title of said bill and the body of the errespnd. d On motion of Mr. Robertson a recess was - a sered for fifteen minutes. n AER BnOCES S. v The Lieutenant Governor and Preeldent of I .sienate in the ohair, ji On a call of the roll the following named G -a$ o were present: s *on Steele, Settoon, Story, Vange, Walton, Wat 1tAsnut--essr, Aby, Estopinal, Kidd, Luokett, Rogers, Simmes-4. coxoem7tlEnT Io1ooL.rTON. Mr. Augustine obtained unanimous cone sent to introduce at this time the followlng Concurrent Resolution: Concurrent Resolutions, Instructing our Senators and Representa tives in Congress to obtain certain mall facilities for the people of the Missiuippi Valley from New Orleans to certain or in Brazil, and to open a direct trade there with. Whereas It is the policy of the State'of Loulslana to advocate, foster, and promote by all means ,n its power the Increase of the trade and commeroe of the port of New Or leans by establishing a semi-monthly mall line of steamships from New Orleans to the principal ports of Brazil, and openlon an outlet for the produme and manufactures of the Misslssippi Valley States; therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate, the House of Repre. sentamives ooncwrriig, That our Senators and Representatives in Congress be and are here by Instructed to procure the passage of a bill now pending before Coogress for this pur pose, In favor of the Mississippi Valley and Brazil Steamship Company. Rersdved, That a duly authenticated copy of these resolutions be forwarded by the SIec tary of State to our Senators and RBpre sentatives in Congress. On motion of Mr. Augustin the rules were suspended to consider the Concurrent Reso lution at this time. On motion of Mr. Augustin the resolution was adopted. Mr. Augustin moved to reconsider the vote by which the resolution was adopted, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. F5IST BREADING OF nOUSs n8uLS. On motion of Mr. Walton the rules were suspended to take up and consider, at this time, bills received this day from the House of Representatives. Each of the bills were read the first time by title, and under a suspension of the rules re ferred to a committee, as follows: House bill No. 287, An act to create an additional justice of the peace and constable in ward nine in the par ish of Natchitoches, to be located on Rigolet Bon Dieu, in said parish; to dqfine its juris diction, and to provide for the election of the same, and to prescribe the manner of filing the same. To the Committee on the Judiciary. House bill No. 291, An act to establish a board of flour Inspec tors for the city and port of New Orleans. To the Committee on Commerce and Agri culture. MESSAGII FROM THE sOUt. - The following message, received from the House of Representatives, was read: ovous of BEanasmrrmNTAT s, New Orleans. April 6. 180. } To the Senate of the State of Louslana: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Speaker of the House has signed the following enrolled House bills, and to ask that the Lieutenant Governor sign the same: House bill No. 257, An act to enforce the provisions of the or dinance of theconstitution, entitled "Loan by the Fiscal Agent " and to provide for the pay ment of the certiheatesof indebtedness issued for said loan, and to appropriate $80,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary for that p House bill No. 958 An act to enforcetheprovisions of a portion of ordinance No. 267 of the constitution, and to provide for thepayment of vouchers Issued by the chairman of the Committee on Con tingent Expenses of the Constitutional (Con. vention, and to appropriate $4000, or so much thereof as may be necessary. House bill No. $40, An act making an appropriation to defray the ordinary expenses of the government; to pay the lnterest on the publio debt; t. SuD pet the public schools and public charities in the State of Louisiana for the year ending December 81, 1880, and for the year ending December 81, 1881. House bill No. X06 An act to enforce the provisions of the or dinance of the constitution relative to the ladebtedness of the State to Its fiscal aent by providing for the due ascertainment and liquldation thereof, according to the require ments of said ordinance, and by the sseuanoe of bonds of the State and Auditor's warrants for that purpose, and by appropriating the sum of $16,500, or as much thereof as may be necessary to pay the interest due the Fiscal Agent up to April 1, 1880, and to appropriate the sum of $40,000 for the purpose of paying the bonds to mature April 1 1881, and April 1, 1882, to pay the interest for two years on the bonds tobe issued under this act and re maining unpaid. And a Concurrent Resolution asklng our Representatives to procure the passage of an act conferring certain privileges on railroad companies eto. PETER J. TREZEVAN', Olerk. SIGNING OF ENROLLED HOUSE BILLS. House bills Nos. 257, 258, 260, 262 and 806, and Concurrent Resolution "asking our Rop resentatives to procure the passage of an act conferring certain privileges on railroad companies," etc., were each read by title, and the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate affixed his signature thereto in open session and without delay. REPORT OF A COMMITTEE. Mr. Rogers, on behalf of the Committee on Enrollment and Engroesment, submitted the following report: NEW ORLEANS, April 5, 1880. To the President and Members of the Senate: The Committee on Enrollment respectfully report Senate bill No. 84. An act relative to the clerks of the district courts, ez officio clerks of courts of appeal, ex officio parish recorders of conveyances, mortgages and other acts, and ex officio no taries public, and to the offlcial bonds to be furnished by them, the parish of Orleans ex cepted, As duly enrolled. WYNNE ROGERS, Acting Chairman. SIGNING OF ENROLLED SENATE BILL. Senate bill No. 84 was read by title, and the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate affixed his signature thereto in open session and without delay. SENATE BILL AMENDED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Watkins obtained unanimous consent to consider, at this time, Senate bill No. 116, An act to amend and re-enact sections 7 and 8 of act No. 38 of the General Assembly of 1879, being entitled "An act to repeal act No. 5 of the extra session of 1878; to create a board of State engineers; to define their pow ers and duties; to levy a tax of one mill for levee and public improvement purposes; to divide the State into levee districts; to pro vide for the appointment of boards of levee commissioners therefor, and to prescribe their duties and powers; to authorize the imposi tion of a district levee tax, not to exceed five mills on real estate and taxable property; to vest the control of levees and completed pub lic works throughout the State in police juries; and to impose certain duties on the Governor of the State," With the amendments proposed by the House of Representatives, and on motion of the same Senator the amendments were re ferred to the Oommitte on the Judiciary. Mr. Robertaon t'red to reconsider the vote (In aooordanos with notice) by whih House bill No. 101, An act to provide for the settlement of the indebtedness of the State of Louisiana in curred in the prosecution of tax and license suits in the State of Louisiana, Failed to pass. Mr. Deman called the previous question on the whole subject matter. The call was sustained. Mr. Roberteon demanded the yeas and nae call having been sustained, the roll was called, with the following result: Yeas-Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian, Buf fington. Oahen, Campbell, Davey, Demse, Estoplnal, Hagan, Harris, Lucas, Luckett, Montan, Newton, Nutt, Pollock, Roberteon, Rogers Stewart, Steele, Settoon, Bimmes, Story, Vrnce, Watkins-286. Nays - Messrs. Cunninaham, Fontenot, Foster, Leake, Marston, Nunez, PIrlange, Perry, Walton--. Absent-Mr. Kidd-l. And the vote by which the bill failed to pass was reconsidered. The question recurring on the final pas sage of the bill, the roll was called with the following result: Yeas--Messrs. Aby, Aujustin, Brian, Buf fitton, Cahen, Campbell, Davey, Demas, EstopinaHagan, Harrl. Lucas, Luckett, Montan, Newton, Nutt. Pollock, Robertson, Rogers Stewart, Steele, Settoon, Simms, Story, Watkains-5. Nays--Messrs. Cunningham, Fontenot, Foster, Leake, Maraton, Nuuez, Parlange, Perry, Vance, Walton--l10. Y Absent-Mr. Kldd. And the bill was finally passed. The title was read and adopted. Mr. Robertson moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. j3 RIEOUtAB ORDERl--BIPORTS OF o.MITTE'rES. Mr. Watkins, chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following re port: To the President and Members of the Senate: I am directed by your Judiciary Commit tee, to whom was referred Senate bill No. 167, being An act relative to the trial of summary and preference cases in the Supreme Court of the State, To report the same favorably, with the fol lowing amendment: r Amendment: At the end of the bill, strike out the words "shall be tried summarily and by preference in like manner In the Supreme Court of the State, and insert "shall be placed in the summary docket of the Supreme Court and be called and tried according to law." Respectfully submitted J. D. WATKINS, Chairman. Mr. Robertson, chairman, of the Committee on Finance submitted the following report: New OnLaUAs, April 5, 1880, To the President and Members of the Senate: Your committee, to whom was referred House bill No. 28, entitled An act to fix the fees of the clerks of the civil and criminal district courts for the par ish of Orleans, the civil and criminal sheriffs for the parish of Orleans, the clerks and con Stables of the city courts of New Orleans, the register of conveyances and recorder of mort gages for the parish of Orleans; to regulate the collection of said fees; to organize a sys tem of stamps for the collection of the fees of the clerks of said courts, the register of conveyances and recorder of mortgages for the parish of Orleans, and to regulate the duties of the Governor Auditor of Public Accounts Secretary of State, State Treasu rer and Fiscal Agent in relation thereto, and to prescribe certain penalties and punish ments for embezzlement, forgery and ooun terfeiting of said stamps, Beg leave to report the same favorably, with the following amendments: In section 86 line 7, strike out all after the word "act" to the end of section. Amend the title; in line 2.3, strike out all after word "stamps" to the end of title. Respectfull submitted WM. A. ROBERT6ON, Chairman. On motion of Mr. Robertson the rules were suspended to consider the report of the com mittee at this time. House bill No. 28 was read the second time by title. On motion of Mr. Robertson the amend ments proposed by the committee were adopted. On motion of Mr. Robertson the bill was ordered to be read a third time. Mr. Leake, chairman of the Committee on Public Education, submitted the following report: To the President and Members of the Senate: Your Committee oh Public Education, to whom was referred the memorial from the board of school directors of the parish of Ouachita, urging the final passage of the general lottery bill in the interest of public education, beg leave to report that we heartily concur in the suggestions made In said petition, and think the passage of said bill absolutely necessary to carry out the provisions of article 167 of the consti tution, and for the maintenance of public education as therein contemplated. Respectfully submitten. W. W. LEAKE, Ohairman. On motion of Mr. Roberteon it was ordered that rule 12 be enforced. Rule 12 reads: "No Benator shall absent himself from the service of the Benate with out leave of the Senate first obtained, etc." RESOLUTION. Mr. Fontenot offered the following reso lution: Resolved, That the Committee on Corpora tions and Parochial Affairs is requested to re port as soon as possible upon House bill No. 97, entitled "An act requiring all stores, shops, groceries, saloons and all places of public business, which are or may be licensed under any law of the State of Louisiana, or under any mu nicipal or parochial laws, except those herein exempted, to be closed on Sundays, and for bidding all giving, trading, bartering and selling on said days, declaring it a misde meanor to violate the provisions of this act, and to fix penalties for all violations of the same; to exempt from the provisions of this act drag stores, apothecarles' shops, public and private markrets, bakeries, livery stables, railroads, whether steam or horse, hotels, boarding-houses and steamboats; and to re peal all ltws or parts of laws contrary to and Inconsistent herewith;" so as to afford to the Senate an opportunity to act on the bill. The resolution lies over under the rules. SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING. Senate bill No. 227, Joint resolution Requesting our Senators and Representa tives in Congress to use their best efforts to secure an appropriation to build levees on Manchac river and remove obstructions in mouth of Red river, Was read the third time and in full. Mr. Robertson moved the final passage of the bill. The roll was called, with the following re sult: Yeas-Mesers. Aby, Augustin, Brian, Buf flngton Cahen, Campbell, Cunningham, De mas, topi Fontenot, Foster, Hagan, Harris. Leaks, Lucas, Luckett Marston, Newton, Nunez, Nutt, Parlange. .erry, Pol lock, Robertson, Rogers Stewart, Steele, Settoon, Silmmes, Story. Walton-81. Nay-Mr. Watkins-1. Absent-Messrs. Davey, Kidd, Montan, Vance--4. And the bill was finally passed. The title was read and adopted. Mr. Robertson moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. Senate bill No. 281, A- &at to repeal sectolans 148 and 360S 01 the lle.led Statutes of March i, 11570, and article 1180 of the Revised Civil Code in re gard to the deposit of certain funds In char tered State banks, Was read the third time. Mr. Robertson moved the final passage of the bill. The roll was called, with the following re sult. Yeas-Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian (O.hen, Campbell, Cunningham, DemMs, Eetopinal, lFontenot, Foster, Hagan, Harris, Lesko, ucase, Luckett, Marston, Newton, Nunez, Nutt, Parlange, Perry, Pollook, Robertaon, Rogers, Stewart, Steele, Slmmee, Story, Wal ton, Watkins--8O. Nays-None. Absent-Mesesrs. Buffington, Davey, Kldd, Montan, Settoon, Vanoe--0. And the bill was finally passed. The title was read and adopted. Mr. Fontenot moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. HOUtB DItiLS ON BEOOND BRADING. Mr. Robertson moved to postpone action on all House bills on second reading until House bills on third reading be disposed of. The motion was agreed to. House bill No. 240, An act making an appropriation to pay balance of salarles due parish Judges for the year 1879, Was read the third time and In full. Mr. Robertson moved the final passage of the bill. The roll was called, with the following re sult: Yeas-Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian, Cahen, Campbell, Ounningham, Davey, De mas, Estopltal, Fontenot, Hagan, Harris, Luca, Montan, Newton, Nunez, Pollock, Robertson, Rogers, Stewart, Steele, Bettoon, Simmes, Story, Walton-25. Nays-Messrs. Foter, Leake Luckett, Marston, Nutt, Parlange, Perry, Watkins-8. Absent--Messrs. Bufflugton, Kldd, Vance -8. And the bill was finally passed. The title was read and adopted. Mr. Robertson moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was finally passed, and on his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Robertson the Secretary was directed to notify immediately the House of Representatives of Senate concur rence in House bill No. a30. HOUBE BILLS ON SROOND READING. House bill No. 49, An act to levy an annual poll tax, and to provide for the collection of the same, and to -enforce- payment thereof and the-settlement thereofby the tax collector, Was taken up on its second reading. On motion of Mr. Parlange the bill was taken up section by section. Section 1 was read. Mr. Perry moved to strike out in section 1, line 6, the word "that." The motion was agreed to. On motion of Mr. Robertson the section as amended was adopted. Section 2 was read and adopted. Section 8 was read. On motion of Mr. Watkins section 3 was striken out of the bill. IEPORT OF A 0O0MMTTHL . Mr. Rogers, on behalf of the Committee on Enrollment and Engrossment, submitted the following report: To the President and Members of the Senate: The Committee on Enrollment report the following Senate bill as duly enrolled: Senate bill No. 98, An act to restrict the employment of sailors and crews of foreign sea-going vessels to handling cargo or laboring on the wharves and levee of the aity of New Orleans beyond the end of the ship's tackle. WYNNE ROGERS, Acting Chairman. SBIONINO OF ENROLLED SENATE BILL. Senate bill No. 98 was read by title, and the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate affixed his signature thereto in open session and without delay. CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE BILL NO. 49 RE sUMED. Section 4 was read. On motion of Mr. Robertson sections 4, 5 and 6 were adopted. Section 7 was read. On motion of Mr. Leake section 7 was stricken out. On motion of Mr. Robertson the bill was ordered to be read a third time. Mr. Robertson moved to suspend the rules to place House bill No. 49 on its third reading and final passage. The motion was not agreed to. House bill No. 801, An act to liquidate the indebtedness of the city of New Orleans, and to apply its assets to the satisfaction thereof; to create a Board of Liquidation, and prescribe their duties; and to provide for a fiscal agent; and for the levying of a sufficient tax to pay said in terest, Was taken up on its second reading and read in full. On motion of Mr. Cuuningham the bill was ordered to be considered section by section. Section 1 was read. Mr. Cunningham offered the following amendment: In lines 13 and 14, strike out the words "Speaker of the House of Representatives" and insert the words "City Council." Strike out all after line 18. Mr. Walton offered the following as a sub stitute for the pending amendment: Strike out "six" in line 7, and insert "five." Strike out all after the word "follows" in line 10 down to and including the words "New Orleans" In line 15, and insert "To be ap pointed by the Mayor of the 'city of New Or leans," with the advice and consent of the City Council. On motion of Mr. Leake the amendment and the substitute therefor was laid on table. Mr. Hagan moved that further considera tion of the bill be postponed until to-mor row. The motion was not agreed to. Section 1 was adopted. On motion of Mr. Walton the bill was adopted as a whole, and on motion of the same Senator House bill No. 801 was or dered to be read a third time. On motion of Mr. Robertson the rules were suspended to place the bill on its third read ing and final passage. The bill was read the third time and in full. Mr. Robertson moved that the bill do now finally pass. The roll was called with the following re suit: Yeas-Messrs. Aby. Augustin, Brian, Bnt fington, Cahen, Campbell, Cuningham. Davey, Demas, Estoplnal, Fontenot. Harris, Leake, Luckett, Marston, Montan, Newton, Nunez, Nutt, Parlange, Perry, Pollock, Robertson, Rogers, Stewart, Steele, Settoon, Slmmes, Story, Vance, Walton, Watkins-32. N ay-Mr. Hagan-1. Absent-Messrs. Foster, Kikd, Lucas-3. And the bill was finally pa'rsed. The title was read and adopted. Mr. Robertson moved tg reeauider the vote by which the bill was 2ns3ly pueed, Iand n his own motion the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. House bill No. 285, An act to regulate public education In the State of Lousliana and city of New'Orleans, and to raise a revenue for that purpose, Was read the second time by title. On motion of Mr. Robertson the bill was ordered to be considered section by section. Section 1 was read and adopted. Section 2 was read. MESSAGUE FROM THE HOUSE. The following message, received from the House of Representatives, was read: flouse or iEPR11cEAITATLSu, I New Orleans, April 8, l8-. . To the Presldent and Members of the Senate: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House does not concur in Senate amendments to House bill No. 240. An act to make an appropriation to pay bal ance of salaries due parlsh judges for the year 1879, And asks for the appointment of a commit tee on conference in the amendmnts, and that the Speaker has appointed on the part of the House Messrs. Jones, Harris and Mo Dowell. Respectfully, PE PER J. TREZEVANT, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Mr. R,bertson moved that a committee on conference be appointed on House bill No. 240, and that permission be granted to the committee to sit during the session of the Senate. The motion was agreed to. The chair appointed as the committee on the part of the Senate on House bill No. 240, Messrs. Robertson, Steele and Newton. OONSIDERATION OF HOUSE BILL No. 285 RE BUMED. The pending question belng on the adop tion of section 2 of the bill, Mr. Leaks offered the following amendment: In section 2, line 2, strike out all after the word "Superintendent" to the word "use," In line 4, and insert the words "may adopt a uniform series of text books for use." Also, In line 11, after the word "books," all the rest of the statence in line 13. MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. The followiog message, received from the House of Representatives, was read : HousE Or RaPRlEsNTATIvas,. Mow Orleans. April 5, 1880. To the President and Members of the Senate: I am directed to Inform you that- the Speaker of the House has signed the follow ing enrolled bills: House bill No. 299, An act making the necessary appropria tions to remove the archives of the State to Baton Rouge. House bill No. 822, To enable the Citizens' Bank to make com promtesand settlements~ with Its mortgage stockholders eto. House bill No. 298, To authorize the Governor to contract for the employment of counsel in certain cases pendin before the courts of the United States. And to ask that the Lieutenant Governor affix his signature to the same. Respectfull, etc., PETER J. TREZEVANT Clerk of the House of Representatives. SIGNINo OP ENROLLED HOUSE BILLS. House bills Nos. 299, 298 and 822 were read by title, and the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate affixed his signature thereto In open session and without delay. CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE BILL NO. 285 Ra SUM~D. The pending question being on the adoption of the amendment offered by Mr. Leake to section 2 "'of the bill. Mr. Davey moved to lay the amendment on the table. By a rising vote of yeas 10 to nays 18 the Senate refused to table the amendment. Mr. Augustin offered the following as an amendment to the pending amendment: In line 11 add the words "and that such change shall never be made without the con sent of the respective boards." The amendment to the amendment was not agreed to. Mr. Rogers moved to postpone further con sideration of the bill until to-morrow. By a rising vote of yeas 11 to nays 18 the motion to postpone was not agreed to. The question recurring on the adoption of the amendment offered by Mr. Leake, Mr. Davey demanded the yeas and nays. The call having been sustained, the roll was called, with the following result: Yeas-Messrs. Aby, Brian, Campbell, bna tenot, Foster, Harris Leakle, Lucas, Luckett, Marston, Montan, NUnez, Nutt, Parlange, Perry, Settoon, Story, Vance, Walton, Wat klns-20. Nays-Messrs. Augustin, Buffiogton, Cun ningham, Davey, Estoolnal, Hagan, Pollock, Rogers, Stewart, 81mm-e--10. Absent-Mesers. Cahen, Demas, Kidd, Mon tan, Boberteon, Steele--6. And the amendment was adopted. The section as amended was adopted. Section 8 was read. Mr. Fontenot offered the following amend ment: Section 8, In lines 6 and 7, strike out the word "five" and insert "ten." The amendment was not agreed to. On motion of Mr. Leake section 3 was adopted. Section 4 was read. Bections 4 and 5 were read and adopted. Bection 6 was read and adopted. Bection 7 was read. Mr. Perry offered the following amend ment, which was agreed to: In line 10 insert before the word "citation" the words 'service of." Section 7, as amended, was adopted. Bection 8 was read. IREPORT OP COMMITTEB ON ONOFlxENOC. Mr. Roberteon, chairman, submitted the foilowinq as tbo report of the committee on conference on House bill No. 240: To the President and Members of the Senate: Your committee on conference, to whom were referred the Senate amendmente a House rill No. 240, "An act making an ap propriation to pay balance of salaries due parish judges for the year 1879," respectfultT recommend that the House adopt the Senate amendments. W. A. kUlWERBISON, Chairman on part of Senate; J. M. JONES, Chairman on Dart of House. I dissent from the majority of the commit tee. JAS. . McDOWEILL. MaES&aO A FROM THE HOUSE. The following messages recevlyed from the House of Representatives were read: HoUSE o BSPBrEnTasrVEs. I New Orleans. April 5. IeO. I To the President and Members of the Senate: I am instructed to inform you that the House has agreed to the report of the commit tee of eouference on House bill No.240, and has concurred in the amendment&to the bill, as proposed by the Senate. Respectfully, PEFER J. TREZEVANT, Clerk of the House of Representatives. HOUSE OF r.PEm ENTATIS, 1 New Orlease, April 5.1880. To the President and Members of the Senate: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Speaker of the House has signed House bill No. 240, an act making ap propriation to pay the deficienoies due by the State for the year 18%9, And ask that the Lieutenant Gevernor sign the same. Respectfully, el. PETE J. TR EZE VANT, Clerk ol the House of Beoresentatives, SIGNING Or ENROLLED HOUSE BILL. Hoisebt blo, 24 was read by ite title, and the Lieutenant Governor and Prenldet or the Senate affixed his signature thereto in open session, and without delay. On motion of Mr. Davey the Senate Weat into executive session. APrrII ExXIKct!iv SsIZOW. Upon the opening of the doors, the Lieua tenant Governor and President of the Senate in the chair, the following named Senators were present: Present-Aby, Augustln, Brian, Buflinton, Campbell, Ounninrham, Davey, BstOplnlD, Fontenot Foster Hagan, Harris, Leale, ru eas, Lucktett, Marston, Monton, New Nunez, Nutt, Parlange, Perry, Pollook, Rlobertson, Rogers, Steele, Settoon, lSmmes, Story, Vande, Walton. Watkins-8-2. Absent-Meessrs. Cohen, Demas, Kidd, Stewart-4. On motion of Mr. Perry the Senate ad. Journed until to-morrow, Tuesday, the eszth instant, at 11 o'clock a. m. JOHN OLEGG, Secretary of the Senate. JUDICIAL ADVRTISMSIZITS. llmaFFr SALbl. PFrank Marane vs. Miehael MOptel,. rT HI[D DISTBIOT COUBT >FBR THEI Lsh of Orleans. No. 2.9s6 -y virtue of a writ of a isure and sale, to me ret b1+ce honorale the Third Dlstrlit Court o e par lah of Oriens. in the above entitled uea, I will urooeed to sell at public auctioE, ate Mercnants and Auctioneers' xchange, oyal street, between Canal and Oustomho sets n the Second Distriot of this city, on M4TUB AY, May s. 1o0, at 11 o clock m., the folowin deseribed proPertY to wit A PORT ION OF'ROUND, with the Dtlid4 logs and Improvements thereon, sttlated Ia the Seoond District of this city. in square natm her fift ytwo, which Is bounded by Conti. Bo man. Bleaville and Derbtgny streets, and measuriug in American measure twenty-seven feet front on otonti street by sixty-six fet i depth, and adjoin -ga the corner of Conti and R.man streets. Which sald portion of irn . was ourchbased by the defendast herin frum Slerre Biviere, by an act passed before Bernar Phillips. Its notary in this city, on the twenty. third of October. ISIs. Seihd in the above suit. Terms-Oash o- the sp t. J. B. ALOE QAUTHBtRAUX. Civil hheriff or the arish of Oreans. ap7 14 21 28 my 8 Patrick ann Thomas MeNsane vs. Ma"f FjIAMIorm wife of Jose P. mtOLTve .I6'T DIm tLtI0 CiOUBT FOB T1 PAR. 1' sh of Orleans. No. 1,44s-By virtue o a writ of seizure a ,o s e. to me directed by the hon. orable the Fifth Distrioct Court f.r the arlsh of Orleans, in the above entitled ucanu. will op - teel to sell at pubplo auction, th erona anad Auctioneers' ~xchas.e, loyal street, e tween Canal and Customhouse street n h Second District of this city, on SAT . April 10, 1590, at 12 o'olook mn. the follon described Aropert.to--it ALL AND 8 .iN LA THAT OUTA LOT OF (AlOUN. , together with all t a lags and improvements thereon, and all tte r~gts, ways. privilees, servitudesnd app r. tejianeas thrnzeuxnto ¶elongtn in any apvertainlnig. situated in t anbourJ , verges. in Aºliera, or the Fifth Di t o of New Orleans. on the right bankt of the cippi river, In the sq are bounded b Moroe. Market. Jackson and Fran lin streets. desiga. ted as lot number twenty-tree of sauare n - bir thirty.six, on a certain pl-an e bra . d'lemeooutr, suarveyor. dated .e 18Wl. and deposited in the office o l oui l _ .r0, then a notary public In this elt, as ia number one hundred and ninety.ve, of of plans number three, bise accordnt l tow ik plan said lot measures in French mSares, thirty feet one Inch on Monroe street b.yi. hundred and fifty feet and pne ineh In Goe , between equal and par lel ines. hted In the above suit. Terms-O0 o thee3t ot O.le. Shekr of the of Orot. mbie 17 24 51 ap7 10 Mary M.ibeglb er vs. Letus . rSess. U'aOhpD JUD' QALDIJSTBIT OU $ O?,1O3 L)the Sixth.de me vOie ,al the parish of Orleans, to. 211s-$y tvit usof a writ of paiaqre and Isale to edreet honora let e Second dud cal Dlies.ort for the Bt and Seven n p of the parish of Orleans, e nausej will proceed to sell at pu ti the echants and Autions Royal str betweeO Canal and streets. In t Second Distrlct O9f SATUMJ A 818. low. atlbo'alock ., theýt thegn . ,',d Gi)Tfi~ with the buildings and - ments thereon, sitated Ia Ixt Is CIty, in 6'tare number tw a.nterilti and Live tOa - port. I O . Around measuring seventy*iie fee ea ive Oak streetby adepth of one e i ftsen feet esight inches. between aal a said portion of round forming pa' t desine te numbe o to, four. ofeaid square. per plan of D. S Ated frifteen of uary. . and tab u oc or J. wrd, late notary city. Acquired b e d namt ere n Stenta.et pper a. sse efore . ioa . were. notaryn this city, on the nineteeth ' , elrsed in the above suit. Terms-Oash on the sot. J . RAEIBGAPTNss mlA Civl Shoerif of the Farial uolorea . ap? l18ito micea Weag & Cottam vi. MIfante & 1Msl. ]IITH DITI OlT LTrl, BIIIlt TElt Sisýh oDOrleans. No. seasl-, VIBO c o' " writ of Beri faciol to me diretedd b honoable the sixth District Oourt for parish of Orleans, in the above entitle. o u se w proeed to sell t pnublte auetio t Merohants and Auotioneers' hxoh·Mam Royal street, between sanal and CuOstomhous streat. in the Second Distriot of this oity, ona BTU DAY. April 24, l15o. at 12 o'olocg am., the fol lowing deecrlb-d proprty. to wft 'I ONE-HALF SQOARE O OBROUND. nearest to Willow street, in the squar designsa by ne mlber thirtyseven n s plan draWn by L. H. Pile andtde hi d ome of . Bounyý,notary padbldeoed In by Wahington orth. isa d nd streets, in the Fourth District ot this which said one- half square mss res o hundred and fortr six feet nine ilthee on half line front on each Washing,.on and Fort streets two hundred and fifty eiht feet front on W tilow street and two hundred fig. eight feet on Clara street, together with all tte improvements thereon. Bei. d In the above suit. Terms-Gash on the sDot J. B. ALCSE GAUTBUEADx, Olvil Sheriff of the Parish of Orlesal, mbh2 at a,7 1421 2l cesan Towboat tompaIny W . e. melel an subrogated, vs OCharles dermal.e t aI.s -tIttD DIl BICiT COURT FOR THE PAB,. ish of Orleans. No. ~s8ss-My virtue of sa writ of Berl faclas, to me direct, d by the hoa able the Third District Court bor the o Orleans, in the above entitedleeuse. I pre. coed to sell at Pobli aucntion. at the Morena and Auotioneers' Exchaneag loyal a tween Oanal and Costomhouse sreet. in t Second Districot of this eyt. on SATtTD)A April 17. 1880. at 12 o'clock m..the following d seribed DroDet r to wit THE ONIE UlDIVIDED' HALP INTEBWT eof Charls Germaine. (one of the defeosdnts) in and to the steam tug boat "Boohester," ad her boare, engines.e, maehbiery. taekle, el etc., said tug bein of 6r b eu avno 167 a 1@ feet In length, 21 leet in breadth a l -1i feet ln depth. Now ling in the Misehlsiopi river'at"Bttma.. wharf in the Third District of this olts. Seized In the above salt. Terme--Oeh on the s ot. J. . ALO OGAUTHE .X. iviv Sheriff.a the Parsh O-e.ifs i mhli 24 31 ap 1417 IUCOmaIIIssa Imetag sulession of ltehlel Lalwtem (.ECOND DISTRBIT COURT OOB PTUF . Slsh of Orleans, No. 41.875--otie- e is glven to all persons having claims siest estate to present and hand ia the same sto undersigned within ten days from the 4---- notification; and notice is also hereby l all persons indebted to this estate to settle the amounts thus dae br themwits undersigned. New Orleans. March .5eseo. Attorne for Testameptary Executors. _o. Exchange Alley (up stairj.) mbi9 sav ? IlTED S TAT OU Fu PE UT L COUPONS .ND REISTERED BoS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Denominir tbons of $50. I,. o600 and 10 aw on hand by the NEW ORLEANSIATIONAL mbS 1m s" teap sasess.