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THE SENATE. Twenty-seven Senators and A quo rum present. Leave of absence for five daysywar granted to Senator Steele. OUSUE OL REoRESENTATIVES. Seventy-three members present. Mr. Garret, of Ouachita, was an nounced and sworn in as a member of the House. * Mr. Billiu wanted a eommitte of file to visit and inspect the Hospital. Adopted, and Billiu. Archer, Jack sea, of Natchitoches, Millatidon. and ft. Clawr were appointed. Mr. Aitken then offered the, follow ing resolution : Rplved by the House of Reprw'en tatveii of the:0eneral Assembly of Lou i*iqna, That as a standing committee, on the State debt. The said cor) mitte shall have power to send for persons and papers, and to administer oaths, examine witnesses and have at all times full access to the books of the State AuXditor and Treasurer. It shall be the duty of said committee to .make an examnination of the validity and character of the State bonded and floating debt, and to report to the House from time to time, the result of its findings with suc~h recommenda tions in this regard as in their judge ment will afford relief. Said commit tee shall, if necessary, sit during the interim, between the termination of this extra session and the next regu lar session. Mr. Dudenhefer offered a resolu tion to pay to one representative each of the Picayune, Times Democrat, German Gazette, Bee, Item and States thg'sum of $50. Adopted. Mr. Hall offered a resolution that the Auditor be authorized to pay to one representative of each of the following city papers; The Picayune, States, Times-Demosrat, Item, Bee and Ger man Gazette, actually engaged in re porting and publishitig the proceed ings of the Fegeslature the sum of $50, and that no increase of compen sation be allowed to any employee of the Legislarure during the present session. Adopted. 8UNDRtY BILLS WERE INTI:(I)I:('EI,' and read for the first time: i An act to amend and re-enact see A a, tions I and 2 of act No. 04, of the se - sion of 1880, entitled "An act to reg malte the number of employees of the Register of Conveyances for the par ' ish of Orleans, and to fix their sala ries." An'act to. authorize the refunding -,, of certain amounts of money to cer tain parties for lands improperly or erroneously sold as State lands, the same never having been patented in i the State ofLeuisiana. SThe Senate Committee on Dispatch a of Business sent a communication to C Sthe House, requesting that all hills be considered in joint sessions of a committee. Agrceedl to. Bills 21 tot25, inclusivye were brought Soiru, discussion ,vcr tlhe lriting of hills'was settled by th.. decisi,n t that bills could only bc Ipri.qte.d ly order of the lions,. Mr. Stringfellow oftired la hill ma king the appl'ropri:titn for the s!il port of the Sta~t (: oierui nt. Inder a suspension ofl'thle i'les it was 'read the first timn( anid referred to the Committee on Appropllriations. n Mr. Cosgrove was called to the 0 chair in tihe absence of the Speaker.. There then commenced a discussion ever an attempt to reconsider a res. olution of Mr. Dudenhefer, paying t( $50 to one each of the representatives of certain city papers reporting the a Legislative proceedings. tl Mi. Hall wanted it reconsidered. A Mr. Dndenhefer defended his reso. a] lution; but it was finally reconsid-l ered and was then laid on the table. C SIXTIHI DAY. TIlE SENATE. The Senate met at 12 o'clock, Twenty-seven Senators answered at to their name. m Mr. Marston asked leave of ab- th sence of one day for MIr. Foster, of 8t. J Mary. Granted. of The concurrent resolution from the bx House, continuing the business of this le session, if necessary, into another w session, to be called within thirty days after the adljournment of the w present session, was referred to the committee judiciary. The Senate then went into exect- nCo tive session. , . th THE Irc)SE. ' pr ,Speaker Ogden called the House to to order at noon, 86 members-a quo-. b - present. r::yer by the Rev. John Percival, it D. D.- ab Mr. Phillips, of Orleans, was grant- Ipi , ten days leaves of absence. be Mr. Allain preseated the report o es Unit , n- . • that it be..p :...::;t ' . ho .r quo. 6oordered. Mr . .a:lnitr n T h me an of the Sommnnitte e , prsop teons, reported a*foI th On House bill No, 14, i"; ski S appr6priation for tb e iatr of t ln- State`-Hone at B eton loge;' tor or of bly, with aomeandentf. The billi amended by the ;committee, approA o of priates $155,000) flo the repairs, the ital. su) tobe payable outot the rovenues ack- of 182. On House bill No. &s, an act au-:1 d thoriing the Sate Treasurer to epay low- to the Board of Supervisors of the Louisiana State University and Ag - rcultual and Mechanical College, l- the old balance on his books befong ittee log to the Seminary fund. Favorably. SOn House bill No. 35, an act tnak for ing an appropriation to repair theu liter building now occupied by the Louis- i 'e at ina State University and Agriculta Sotal and Mechanical College. Favor-1 It ably. To provide means by appro Sto priation to pay and satisfy the judg- t dmty went against the State of Louisiana r in the case No. .t,931 late Sixth Dis te triet Court, perish of Orleans, enti Ite tied T. C. W. Ellis vs. State of Louis- . Ida- ana, was returned without action, i and its reference to the committee Kge- on claims recommended. The following resolution of Mr. t the Mahoney was taken from the table: of Whereas, Before undertaking to impose .exactions upon the taxpay ers of our State, associated with sharp n ach and rigid penalties for their rapid d rat collection, it is simply proper, and in and deed but just, that the general con S dition of the people as to prosperity c, the should be inquired into, and reported ti one ed upon as an essential, and primor- ei ing deal step, that impositions too bur- ! tee, densome to bear may be thus wisely er- guarded against; therefore be it re. Resolved, That a committee be ap ed- pointed to ascertain and report the of rate of taxation now being levied and en- collected in the different parishes of of this State; whether these are within. ant or in excess of the constitutional limitation, and at the same time to , report with respect to the existing financial condition of the people of ec. these above referred to parishes and , municipalities. After some discussion the resolu the tion was laid on the table, subject to ar- call. I I- ULL:'O)N SECOND READINGC were taken up. ng House bill No. 3, an act authoriz er". ing the sale of the State House in or New Orleans, was recommitted to the n he committee on State House for the L in further amendment. ec House, bill No. 30, an act making ch appropriations to defray the expenses cl to of the General Assembly. 1 lo The bHo resohlved itself into com- * of mittee of the whole to consider the ct bill. In committee of the whole, Mr. t Cosgrove in the chair, thde bill was read section by section. The bill appropriates $:31,0~0 for the riiltage and per dihem and ex ,y penses: $253,000 is alpproriatedl to - the liouso and ~t6,080 to the Senate. T. h'l'e warrants are made liyablt. out 1 of tlthe r'uesIeUt of 182, or oit of t he er unxpetided funds of 1881, not other wid e istappropriated. A The committee dlecided to recom mended to the House the adoption of the bill, and then rose. The HIoue resumed its session, ho n Speaker Ogden in the chair. ot The act was taken up and passed R tdits third reading. BR House Bill No. 3', an act entitled BR e an act to amend and re-enact section 4 three of Act No. 72 of the" Genernl R Assembly of the State of Louisiana, approved April 7. 1880; to eiforce ER the provisions of the ordinance of the Constitution, relative to the indebt edness of the State to its Fiscal Agent, D etc., was refebrred to the committee D House bill No. :34, by Mr. Quinn, d an act entitled an act to appropriate ' money to pay the judgment against A -the State of Louisiana in favor of d; b. Jas. W. McCracken, was declared out of order by the Speaker, as it had not e been included among the objects of a legis!ation specified in the call and r was indefinitely postponed. ' A motiop was made to adjourn and jL e was lost. Mr. Robertson, of East Baton Rouge, asked the Speaker if it was not absolutely necessary to take up nd the general appropriation bill at the It I present meeting of the Housel .so as wlt a to gpt through within the time limited td Sy the Constitution. i' The Speaker said he 4id not think Sit absolutely necessary, but consider-I able time could be saved .by takingu its - up the bill, and it would perhaps be .L better to do so. . - , . ,, "'i ' The e.I.~-' i prks o se ,is, r s d l wied etfreho s a on aipropt readi to The Speaker +ruled . ' although edared oiut ortdet, not an aroprlegisation, and to here wasno owing that Article 48 of the Constitution re quiring3O days' notice by adv'ertise. ment had been camplied with. Mr. Mahoney, of Orlease, asked if the notice in the Governor's card was not sufficient. ' Thie Chair held that it `Ot. Mr. Aglain, of Ibervill te, at the Chair be not sustained it6s rul ing, declaring the bill ont of order. Mr. Aitken, of Orleans, moved to table the motion of Mr. Allain, and the motion to table prevailed. Mr, Bulger, of Orleans, moved that the Chair be sustained in its decisione Some diseusslon followed, and the motion was put and carried, and the decision of the Speaker was sustained. The Speaker annotfnced tlpt the State Printer had declared that he could not furnish the printed copy of the general appropriation bill until early Monday morning. IlN of I iin aIn to of ad (1 to BROW IRON BrIERI are z. if certain care fbr all diseases irequiring a complete tonic; espe. citally Indigestion, Dysepepsia, Inter. e mlittent Fevers, Want of Appetite, to Loss of Strength, Lack of Energy, etc. Enriches the blood, strength. ens, the muscles, and gives new Ig life to the nerves. Acts like a 3a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belchin& Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, te etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or r. give headache. Sold by all Drug. gists at $1.00 a bottle. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimore, Md. ShtRe all l os Iltters are madeo y hwow COsiat. to. sod hare oro a red ines ad rado mark o mappcr. BEWARR OPF *.ITATIQNS. NEW STORE! OMPLETE in all its Deparmentms, with ;reatly iclr*asced capacity FALL 1881. A I.ar,,.... Fresh Stock of the Finest an Bees '; Drugs and Chemicals, MEDIICINAL LIQUORS, AND DRtGGISTS' SUNDRIES. I, Ilore exteitsive than any other house in this city of the kind. Manufacturer of d BROOKS' Chill and Fever Tonic, BROOKSR' Calisaya Bark and Iron. d BROlOK' U. ,. .P. Essence of Jamaica n Ginger. I' BROOKS' Universal Vegetable Toothache S I)rops. e BIOOK) ' Compound Syrup of Pine Tar e and weet Gum for onghbs, Colds.&e AGENT F'OR S DR. J. C. AYER'8Medleinee. DR. D. JAYNE & SON'S Medicines. B DR. HUL.CEE & SON'S M dlcines. BEDFORD Iran and Alum Ajrings. GIR'ONDIN Diinfestabt. ANTISEPTIC Fluid ibr Embalming. BALLARD'S FlelKiller. SFULL LINE OF LYON1at' MARSDEN C i and all the popular Patent Medicines of the f am prepared to compete with any Souher* house. Pa e Quality and Low Prices. Call and t examine. IIP. M. BROORM. T iCHAMPION MONITOR Cooking Stovel T r A 8TilNDSOMEST EST ]INISH IHE L£ANDSOMEST BEST .IN!8E and easiest managed Cooking Store in the world. It will burn either goal or wood. By a wonderful invention one can light a fire I without kindlin wood of any kind. In fifteen minutes after lighting fire the Store is ready to do better work tha any other in use. Call around atlpy store, onMamn street, and examine thI wonder. Great pleasunre ~ ill be taken in e8hibitln its mUtSe.. IL. WILLIAMS. LIhEN ANlYD HOUSIEHOLD DEPART. men t-Prun the cjao mst ettoen to the Ibest 194 York Street 'liaplatpn'Cona~tgy's Linen lheetiln, a ~tA. B- .i-}. f Cor. Main and 'hird S ,eet, BATON ROQUGZ' L asjustetnd fron -NEW ORLEANS S with an entire; New Stock oconsisting of Boots & Shqe. CLOTHINRG -AD-.... III:I' IUIIII eeu:, My Assortment was never so Large. rotby h ts a Latest styles in Scarf Ties, Clothing & Fall & Winter We take pleasure in showing goods. :ome on and seem them at once. Prices Low as the Lowest. COMPOUaD Syrup or Phie Tar and Sweet Gum will stop that Cough. o Articllen atBrooks' Now Drnm tore. t R. BROO ienp totbe imes iu evryhiug I Spertaining tXo bii bnhnoh of boseaeees. IIP ra1e a T ob Pbfbmery' amdT are to be h had at Brooke'. adTi~ op - OLL Sulphut; Mtriati Acid. R Lard Oil, Head Light Oil. Are at Brooks' New Drug Store in quanti lee and prices to suit purchasiers. P T. &8. Q.RitstopthatCough. I. Dr HR. BROO-' K flir and Pvrophoephate of' Iron is pleasaRnt to takeancl the nioest prey paration of the kind in the market. UNIERSAL Vegetable. Toothacbe Dropa are good.tl Try them. QAVE Tiue aud Money-It' you have Chills, S ae Brooks' Tonic. SAVE Your Hair while you have it., by using Mlller'b Shampooning Preparation. UTAI } TEa td nre' a Coo n Sl 8 bones-n VV,. T t cCready' e Cor a Solvent. ERD Young's Old Fashioned Copper Distil. ed Bourbon Whisky. .. -- . .... --·: I The Railroad Cheap Store. is JOHN G ASS -DRALE t IN Western Produce, Candie., Tobacco, Cigars. Dry Goods, Clothing a Hoits., Shoes, Bats, Fancy Good., Gro. ceries and Plantation Supplies Corner St. Ferdinand and Europe Rtr.gts, I'ebS Baton iouReLa,-. . . E. D. TH , Main sttreet,. BATON ROTqUGE.. ........ flIALKII Fancy 4 roc io ST4PL t... DRY G. ,. SLiquors, Western Produce; 8ROCKRY, TAW , gsy store.Goods sold atie very lwest ryts r~ Cash, Highert paid for Cotton and Photographle Artist M AIN STREET, BATON ROUGiE, ~A. CONSTaNTLT 0r KIND. SCOPING OLD PIOTUS8 A SPECIALTY 4FAsIONLEALoTEsNG. 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