, the act incorporating the Stonewall Water Power and Manufacturing Company, passed by the House, was read the third time and rejected in the Senate.
The House bill to prescribe the mode of ascortrising and certifying elections of Delegates and Senators during the ensuing was, passed by the House, was read voice, and tabled by the Senate.
The joint resolutions on a supply of salt, offered by Mr. Armstrong, were called up by that Senator, and elicited an extended discussion.
Mr. Cellier submitted a substitute for the resolutions of Mr. Armstrong, empowering the Governor and an advisory board to purchase, contract for, or impress a supply of salt.
The substitute was lost — ayes 7, noes 22.
Mr. Douglas offered a second substitute, accompanied by copy of a contract signed by Messrs. Harman & Mason, stipulating for a supply of salt; which substitute was also lost, and the question recurring on the adoption of the original resolutions, they were adopted — ayes