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ELICIANA SENTINEL.
)L. 3. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. SEPTEMBEJ 21, 1878. NO, 13.
A GIOSS (
At:orneV ait Law,
Clinton. Louisiana.
c. A DEE,
* Altorney at Law,
Clinton. Louisiana.
HOAS J. KERNAN,
BNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, W
Chnton, Louisiana.
practice in the Courts of East and -
Feliciana.
ALHOUN FLUKER,
Attorney at Law,
Clinton, Louisiana.
Wilipractice in the Courts of the 5th
al District. Aug.2'76.-1y
AM. J. POWELL,
Attorney at Law,
St. Franciviille, Louisinna. to
1practice in the Parishes of West
East Feliciaua. and Pointe Coulce.o.
J. WEDGE, 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Clinton, Louisiana,
Will practice in the courts of East and
Feliciaua and the Supreme Court of
dtate.
SW. LEAKE,
Attorney at Law, at
St. Francisville. Louisianan.
Will practice in the 'Parishes of West
1East Feliciana. and Pointe (Couee. A
s.rE.MPE JI. JOS I. GOI.SAN.
EEMPLE & GOLSAN, a,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
St. Francisville La.,
Will practic, in the Courts of West
diciana and Pointo Con ipc.
C. WICKIIFFI". C. I.. FISIIEril.
I? CKLIFFE & FISIIEI,
Attorneys rat Lrsaw.
t. Fl'ran isvilie, L:a.
Will ,practice in the Courts of R est
i East lF'eliciana, Pointe Ctiile :tand
uiing Parishes.
)ENTISTRY ! DENTISTRIY !
I will atlen hll t nil l as on
Ithe Co..st, frim N:tthe,.z to
New\ Orl:eanlls: ; lso thet.balclk
meitry, whein :1ceessa:tlh withi at huggv.
Pern.ts wisling lny sIt'\'ic(.es. c:1lt pro
iCre s:IUne by adhlressing Ite, at illn
D. TOCKIN(G, 1). D. s.,
';t. F'raicisville, La
SNTISTRY.
SDRI. El. (;rer.n l)avis ottfern
lhis services to tllh people of a
lthis ancd tuljoiniig PI'arishes.
ry orders addressed to him, at hisr resi
riee will receive prompt attention.
. P G. G. KAU'MANN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Mce at residence inl St Francisville.
jnue 16 77.
M IARTINEZ,
Sun treet, Bayou Sara, La.,
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Confoctionis, To
teco, Wines and Liquors.
SITY HOTEL,
Corner of Campr asnd Conuaoni streets,
New Orleans, la.
MIUMFORD & WATSON.
PROP RIE TORS.
BOARD,-Two dollars and fifty
ents per day.
JNO F. IRVINE,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries. Provisions, Western
Produce and General Plan
tation supplies.
ALSO
RECEIVING, FORWARDING
& COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND
STE.AMBOAT AGENT.
THE IIENRIETTA HOUSE.
BAYOU SARA, LA.
Board can be procured by the day, week
•nonth, and at reasonable rates. In
e future as in thie past, the table will
Ssupplied with tihe very best fare the
uiarket affords. Elegrant and well fur
'.ahed roome. Acconmnodating servanlts
Slrtantly in attendance. Patronnge so
iited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
H. ARNAUD'S
NEW BARBER SHOP AND ITAIR
DRESSING SALOON.
OPposite M. & A. Fischer, Front Levee
you Sara, Lor:isiana. Sept. 1, '77
TAILOR,
Near the Sentinel oftice,
St. Francisville La.
100( 't1.] ASH WOOD FOR SALE
Delivexoa ii sired. Apply to
C. BIOCKEL,
m-rS.Mly., ISnrayou Sara.
Cl EAP BOOTS and SHOES j
-BY
M. ROSENTHALL, OF
Bayou (ST" ST'.) Sara.
(VRESINSKY'S OLD STAND) OF
Gaiters $6. Shoes $5. Boots $12. Fan
cy Gaiters $7. All made of the BEST 1
LEATnEER, and the
WoRK GUARIATTEED TO PLEASIE CUSTOM
ers.
P ICARD & WEIL, E4
Bayou Sara, La., St,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers an
FANCY DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, FURNITURE,
BOOTS, HOES, On
GROCERIER AND PLANTATION SUP- "
PLIES GENERALLY. "
~jiHighest market price paid for cot- [A
ton.
N O. & BAYOU SARA U. S. MAIL Sp
PACKET 1-81
The superb passenger 2
steamer, 4
Gov. Allen. c
J. J BuowN..................... Master.
S. S. STECK....-------------........... Clerk. 1
Leaves Bayou Sara for New Orleans -
every Jl'ednesday attcr the arrival of the
cars front Woodville, and every saturday. eo
at 7, p. in. Returning, leaves New Or Fo:
leans every Monday ald Friday,at 5, p. Fom
ANI) THE STEAMER
A. I)UGAS..............----.......Master. at
Leaves Bayou Sara every Monday after for
the arrival of the cars from Woodville, s8I
and every Thursday at 7 p. in. Return
ing. leaves New Orleans every Wednes- - al
dany and Saturilay at 5 p. ll.
JOHN F. IRVINE, Agent of
etc
COi0N R. D BOCK EL.
!Pun Stref t, Bayou Sara, La.,
I)aler in Fai.cy and Staple Dry T
(. "ds, Ladies' Dress goods,
WVhite Goods, liouse keep
ers' A rticcs Clothing,
Ilat., Ca"T, Boots and
S.hoes, Hosiery.
Cutlery, Toi- sti
let A rti- lie
elc s. of
Notions, Fancy and Family Gro- st
c t i (s , t,
-'rt,vision , I
W'ctstern I1roduce.
Grain. Ilagging and
'I'ies and a full line of t
Plantation ýupp'ie-, H[ard
ware. Glass ware, etc. etc. Also i
an Ex temsivet an:d varied a3sort s
ment of everythiingr in the line of n
Saddlery and harness. se
,i&P highest market price paid ,,
for cotton. tli
__ of
1 T. GAS''IELL, t
Bayou Sanr:, Louisiana, t
IDEAI.LER IN (1
PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLE tl
ments, liridles, liarv-ss, 1lardwarc, Gtnts,
Pistols, l'umlps, Pipes, Machine Fittings e:
(Ccks, Valves, Castings, Ropes, Rope, ollow
aire, Wagon "and Carriage :,nodwork, at
lilacksmnitlhs Msaterials, Etc., Etc.
TIN 'COPPER AND SIEET IRON MAN
UFACT)RY. a
Also Agent for the celebrated
"CHARTER OAK" STOVES,
Uric, Garrett & Cottnman, lirinley, Jas.
11. llall and other plows, Allen's Horse
lInes, ood's .Mowing Machines, Horse
-lay Rakes, all of which I will guaran
tee to sell lower than can be purchased
y elsel here'.
Granlgers land otir.rs will tfind it to
their atIvaintage to call and examine my
- stock and prices before puclthusing alse- C.
where. a
INo. 40. MIagazifle St,. Near Ca
nal.
OPPOSITE
MORGAN's TEXAS R. R. & SrEAMSIlrI
F OFFICE.
W V. S. Bell,
In Office, A. P. Watsoiv,
R. M. Leake.
Having leased this Hotel for five
years, it is my purpose to keep it open at
all seasons, and make it a desirable abode
for guests, both permanent land transient
SThe table will continue to be the leading
l feature of the St. James. Terms only
e $2 50 per day.
r- JAMES R. LEAKE,
ts Proprietor.
7ritE ADLER IIOUSE,
Clinton, Louisiana,
Is constuntlv open for thle Iacconnloda
tion of the public. Meals by the dllut,
week or mllonthl at reasonalle rates.
S SINGLE MEALS FIFTY CENTS.
' Elegant and v-ell furnished rooms can
also be procured. IReslpectfully,
June 2i3, '6.-lv. MErs. S. ADLER.
JO HN WAGNER.
Carriage Maker, WVheelwright
- And Blncksmlith.
JE SnOP ON TinE WVO'ODVILLE ROAD, NAR
TIlE STORE OF JOjiN BROWN.
Patrounlge solicited. Charges reasona
ble and sa:ti.factio, guaranteed.
r. mar-16-6m.
FFLICIANA SENTINEL.
A DEMOCRATIC PAPER.
OFFICIA. JOURNAL oF WEST FELICIANA
OPIClAL JOURNAL CITY OF BAYOU SARA
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
S. LAMBERT... PROPRIETOR
JO9ET D. A-TSTEN
Editor and Business Ylanager.
St. Franeisville, Sept, 21, 1STS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One copy, one year (in advance)....3 00
S c" " 6 mo. " " .. 1 75
" " 3 " " " .... 100
AD'E''ITIS1NG RATES:
[A Squate is the space of ten lines solid
hIrvier.
Space. J f 5 'T F
1 sq're. $ 1.00 S .).0 6.50 $ 9.00 $ 12.00
2 " 2.00 5.00 9.50 15.00 20.00
4 " 4.00 8.50 15.00 23.00 30.00
4 col'm, 5.00 10.00 1800 30.00 40.00
" 19.00 20.00 40.00 50.00 70.00
1 " 20.00 40.00 60.00 90.00 125.00
-.nuouncinq Candidates:
r'or State and District offices,......$'25.00
For Palrishi otfices, ................. 10.00
For police District offices.......... 5.00
(to be Ipaid invariably in advance.)
Transient .ldrcrltisements will be inserted
at the rate of $1.50 2per square of ten lines
for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each
subsequent insertion.
'ersonalities charged at transient adecr
tliina rlates.
The abore scale of rates murst be the basis
of all contracts with adrcrtising agents.
Obituaries, tributes of respect, resolutions
etc.. charqed as adrertisements
OFFICIAL,
To the Qualified Electors of n
the state of Louisianta,
OI"Cacit r ýBrIcutarur of STAITI,
S"I'AT" ( I. LOUISIANA, er
New Orleans, July 17, 1578. if
In persuant of article 147 of the con- Ih
stitution of this State, publication is O
hereby given, to the voters of this State, o
of the proposed almenldlllents to the con- c'
stitutionll of this State, agreed to by two- Ib
thirds of the imembers elected to each
house of the (;aneral Assembly, at its ses- it
sion of 1'7S and which are required to at
be published, three montlhs before the P
next general electiton foir lRepresenatatives
to the General Assembly, in at least one
newspaper in every parish of the State a
in which a newspaper shall be published. j'
Said amnatlhnents appear more fully in
acts Nos. 7:3 and 74 of the regular 1h
session of the General Assembly of 1878, Ii
and iu act No. 12 of the extra session of U
the Gencral Assembcly of 1875, which are
officially plublished for the informlation of t
tihe voters, an;d which will be submitted i
to t he pelolloe at the next general election,
to be held on the fifth day of November,
(next) 1 t78, in such a manner and forna a
that the people may vote for or against
eac I amtnodmenat. sclerately, and if a
majority of tlhe voters at said election t
shall approve and ratify all or ether of a
said aamuenlldmellts, the same shall become
a part of the constitution.
WILL A. STRONG, t
Secretary of State.
CONSTITUTIO\. IL A MEND)MENTS.
ACTS NO.73 R. S. OF 1878.
NLMIItER ONE.
That the seat of g;vernuenet shall be
established at the city of Baton Rouge or
at the city of New Orleans, as the inmajor
ity of the voters of the State may deter- I
mine at the next enIaing election ; those
voting to locate the State capital at Bat
on RItouge shall imlorse on their tickets,
"For State Capital, Baton Rotuge;" those
voting to locate the capital at New Or
leans shall indorse on their tickets, "'For
State CUapital, New Orleans."
(Strike out article one hundred and
thirty-one.)
ACT NO. 74, R. S. OF 1878.
NUMBIEI R TWO.
Representatives shall be chosen on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday ill
November every two years, and the elec
l tiou shall be completed int one day. The
t General Assonmbly shall meet on the first
SMonday n .Jaumary, 1879, and iiennially
there after, on the first Monday in Janu:a
ry, unless a diferent day be appointed by
law, and there sessions shall be held at
the seat ofggovernttent.
(Strike out article seventeeu.)
NUMIER TIIREI ,
After the year 1879 thle General Assemn
hly shall not have power to levy ill any
Stone year for all State lpurlpoaes mItore thanl
one pler ceultull taxation, nor shatll any
collectiotl of nmore thanl onlle per cent "u
taxation be ilade ill ally altie year, on the
actual ctash valhue of all real and piersonal
a- property lialloe to taxation, except ill
-, case of a faoreign invasion or a adolestic
insurrection, and in that event any addi
tional taxation shall only be for the le
mn nmediate purpose of repelling invasion or
snpprlessing insurrection. The city of
New Orleans sh:ll not levy or collect itl
any one year more than one and oUo-haltf
per centull taxation on the actual cash
value of all tilhe real and persona:l proper
ty liable to taxation within it1 linuits.
No parish or municipal corporatiton, ex
at cept the city of New Orleans, shall levy
or collect ill anV one year muore thall olle
per celltlum taxalion upoln the actuall
cash value of all the real andu personal
property liable to taxation within its
Sliits. The General Assembly shall nota
have power to issue any bond or pledge
the tfait ot' the State for ani purpose nor
shall it authorize any parish or municipal eat
corporation to nsue any bond or create a
any debt; provided. that this shall not 9
prohibit the issue of new bonds in ex- tri
change for old bonds, where the debt or cel
rate of interest is not increased. thm
NUMIBER FOUR. eat
The members of the General Assembly boe
shall be paid a salary of five hundred cee
dollars ($500) per session, and actual ber
traveling expenses by the nearest practi- er
cablo route, not to exceed fifty dollars by
($50) for any one member ; provided, that jm
if two sessions are held in the same year no
they shall receive for the second session so
in that year a salary of only two hun- cy
dred and fifty dollars ($250) and actual in
traveling expenses by the nearest practi- no
cable route, not to exceed fifty dollars As
($50) for any one member. The regular lea
biennial sessions shall not axceed ninety col
days in duration, unless by vote of two- sei
thirds of the members elected to each col
house of the General Assembly. dis
(Strike out article thirty-nine.) irn
NUMIut FIVE. li
The General Assembly shall not pass di
any local or special law changing to sa
venue in criminal cases, changing the YvC
manner of person legitimating children, 4Ju
vacating roads, streets, or alleys, remit
ting fines, penalties, and forfeitures, or ex
refunding moneys legally paid into the
treasury; eftfecting the estates of minors, in
or persons undel disability, exempting i1n
property from taxation, creating any rmo- th
nopoloies, legalizing the unauthorized or
invalid acts of any oflic:-r or agent of the i
State, or of any parish or municipality ; S
grantirng; any extra compensation to any art
public officer, agent, or contractor, after
the service has been rendered or col tract
ed for; changing any parish seat, or cre
ating new parishes, except by the assent
of tie maijority of the qualified electors ox'
of the parish, or parishes, to be affected; ;
in all other cases, where a general law
can be made aplplicable, no local or spe- 90
cial law shall be passed. il
XUMIiiR sIX.
The Governor shall receive a salary
of seven thousand dollars per annum.
payable quarterly, on his own waraut.
(Strike out article fifty-six.) a
cc
NUMBER SEVEN. be
Thie Lieutenant Governor shall receive me
a salary which shall be double that of a ni
member of the General Assembly. ra
(Strike out article fifty-seven.) or
NU.MuER EIGHrT. Ill
Fvery bill which shall have passed li
both houses shall lie presented to the Gov- Ia
error ; it lie approve it lie shall sign it ; I
it lie does not; hle shall return it, with of
his objections, to the house in which it fic
origimated, which shall enter the object
lonls at large lil)oU its journal, and pro
cerill to reconsider it. If after such re- th
cinisilderations, two thirds of all the mem
bers pIresenit in that hlouse shall agree to Pr
pass the bill, it shall be sent, with the
objections to the other house, by which
it slall likewise be reconsidered, and if
app:iroved by two-thirds of the members ce
present in that house, it shall be a law. cc
lut ill such cases the vote of both houses ci
shall be deterlilncd by yeas and nays, at
and tile niarmes of menmbers voting for or a
ag ainst tile bill shall be entere~d lpon tie at
julrnal of each house respectively. If ar
any bill shall not be returned by the ni
Governor within five days after it sl.all s1
bhave beoon presented to him, it shiall be a i
law, in like uma lMier as it lie had sig,,ed it, hi
unless the General Assembly, byaadjourn- e<
Ient prevent its return ; in w!ich case, ti
within thirty days, thile Governor shall p,
t file the samie, with hisobjeoctrns thereto, ii
Sin the otlico of the Secretfary of State, is
alnd give public nlotic'r therotf; otherwise ii
it shall become a law, as if lie had signed in
it. The Secretary of Stlte shall colulun- a
1 nicate said obljectionls and bill so deposi- fi
ed to the houlse iii which it originatedon Ii
the first day of the rmectilng of the next t
t General Assemlrly, who shall act upor ft
the s:amrl as :c,(\o provided. Tihe (ov- a
f eiiror shallll ha"le power to veto one or it
more itiirs in any ill approplriati inon- ti
Cy, elbrarl caig l.istinct i tones while an- c
prov\.ing olier portiions (of tiie bill, and ti
the part rr parts of the bill Iappiroved
shall rbecririe law, anid thie iltenis of ap
proprration l disa proved r shall lie voild,
iunless repissid :rccarding to tie rules I
and lil tatintlis prescrilbed for liho Ipis
sage of olther hbils over the (Goveror's o
veto.
(Strikc out :article sixty-six.)
s NU3irtll NINE. f
r No officer, whoise salary is tfixld liy the
constitutlioln, shall be llowed anly fees or
- perq lisi tes olf olice.
Nt.1iltic TEN.
The jilliciill ipoiwer shalll l vested in a
supreme coulrt, district 'ourts, and injius
C tices of theli peace. The district court ,
shall hiiave )rigiginal jurisdliction in all civ
i ii cases whllre the ialllltt illn ispilte x- 1
c:Lds on irlllldred dolllars, excilisive of
illtlerst. In crimiinal cases,a d in :ill
probate imatter's, t heir jnr'itsdiction shall
lie unlimitied. They shatl have aippellate
jiurisdiicion, ill civil suits front jiuticrsiof
trhe peace, when t lll- atl)'lllt isn (lisrllte
n Cxceedls tell dollaris, eclusi\vi of interest.
" ''le jrlsticei of the l'eacea slcshall li elected
by vhie electors tf eacilh Irish iii tlue imanIi
i !ler iand witll thlie rqulliicatiolnu to bo tio
terrihined by the (General Asseimblly. They
Sshll l (il lic foll' tll e term oif t wo yelrsl
Sandil tlrei'i Colrlllleisation shall lie tlxed by
y lavw. There iriisdiction in civil clriss
it shllliol o xceed olle hundmlrred dolhlr's. ex
clnirsi e of iiterest, silliject till Ln Ilii)eail
to tle district coutrt in all CIHcises \whsiru tihe
irlllrlllt in dislirte sIIaIll exceed ten (lil
lIrri excilh ie if iniltlr.st. 'Trhey shall
irave such riiiinirl jnriisictbion rrs sltll
Slie coltiirred by lrw-. Tire telricrll Asseur
ni lily shaill Ir:rv p0ower trt vest ill thIe clerks
. of the tire strit (iir)lll'ts thie righlt, to gil'rlnt
u slluch orlerlS nlllu do s(i icli irlts ti ml lry lie
rleo irItl niiee,rv for t lli flrll'lh'riri rice of
the auhiniritrstiin ciiiitiiiiire. In all r'ires
the poiswer thirus grianteit shall Ire .juccilied
Ic aird ileteri'ini Ž1.
(Strik Ie olit, rl iles o? tYlll -thrlel. (,i hll
- ty-live\, igitly-six. ciiglty-sven, cigilry
of eight, i, iiglt-ninyi , niilltly-on:o anild lon
hiulnredrd ainl r thirti-three.
Lf N UiHER ELrVEN.
sh ThIle rlieif .lrsticet of tire Sirillelllie
'r- Coriilt slall rier ii ,ualhrrv if ,nit v isir
ts. thluisnlliid dolrlilrs p ir ariril i'tl id thie As
xl- sn:i;lte lirstie.irs ili rLe Supiireiiilii (Court
vy slrial i riarh riece ivi a rS I.liry of isix lihous
lind tlivei hurllhrendll lolnirs 1. r lnlilulll., play
Ilal aIble IiUlllarlorly on their iVi walrralnt.
al I " . w1Ii \ V E.
i)t I 'li' r'iiurnil Assiinllly shall drlrvirh the
C St;ato into judicirin iltricts, which shall
or rtraiin unchallgd for foir years, anti 't
each district one judge, learned in the t'he
law, shall be elected by a plurality of ed.
qua ified electors thereof. For each dis
trict there shall be one district court, ex
cept in the parish of Orleans, in which TI
the General Assembly may establish as tion
many district courts as the public inter- bunt
est may require, not to exceed the unnl- his a
bor now authorized by existing laws, ex
cept by a two-thirds vote of all the meun
bers elected to both branches of the Gen- NC
eral Assembly. Until otherwise provided Stat
by law, the district court shall Isave the ity.
jurisdiction at present conferred by law; ry of
no redistricting or change shall be made polc
so as to take effect during the incumben
cy of any judge. The number of districts
in the State shall not be less than thirty
nor more than forty-five. The General emli
Assembly shall provide by law for at ation
least four terms annually of the district weaL
court in every parish. IThe General As. sion
sembly shall have power to create circuit ii a;
courts, to be constituted by grouping the dred
district judges into circuits, and comnpos ACT
ing the circuit court of the judges of the
district courts within such circuits. To
direct the place or places of meeting of Sti
said circuit courts so constituted, and to of th
vest said circuit courts with appellate "A,
jurisdiction from the district courts with- mail
in the circuit where the amount involved It sb
exceeds one hundred ($100) dollars ex- and
clusive of interest, and does not exceed prop
five hundred ($500) dollars exclusive of bly
interest. The General Assembly shall tion
have power by a two-thirds vote of all " T
the members elected to both houses, to re- shall
strict the appellate jurisdiction of the an a
Supreme Court to causes where the er
amount involved exceeds one thousand law
($1000) dollars exclusive of interest; and prrt
ils case of such restriction,, the circuit menl
courts so to be created shall have appel- in th
late jurisdiction of the class of cases thus adeu
excluded from the appellate jurisdiction local
of the Supreme.Court. The clerks of the
district courts shall hlie elected by the
qualified voters of their respective par- T
ishes, and shall hold their office for four
years.
(Strike out article eighty-three.)
NUMBER TIIIRTEEN.
Each of the district judges shall receive
a salary, to be fixed by law; which, ex- the
cept in the parish of Orleans, shall not on
be less than two thousand dollars nor tll
more than three thousand dollars per an
num, payable quarterly on his own war- tak
rant, and which shall not be increased ver
nor diminished during his term of office. to i
He must be a citizen of the United States,
over the age of twenty-five years, and Cy I
have resided in the State and practiced ino
law therein for the space of two years p
next proceeding his election. The jldges
of the district courts shall hold their of- fix
lice for the term of four years. In the is j
parish of Orleans the annual salary of the
district judges shall not exceed five
thousand dollars, to be paid as above Del
provided. Jac
(Strike out article eighty-four.) mo
NUUMiBER FOU RTEEN. the
In lieu of the office of district attorney, the
established by article uinety-two of the
constitution of 1868, there shall be elect- are
ed by the qualified voters of each parish, wo
at State's attoruney therefor, who shall be
*a citizen of the United States, and who
shall have been a resident of the State, COC
iiand a practicing and duly licensed attor- the
ney at law, for at least two years. Heo
shall receive a salary from the State of noi
not less than three nor more than seven etc
hundred dollars per annum, to be provid- due
ed iby law upon the basis of representa- dill
tion in the House of Representatives, and
payable quarterly on his own warrant. an.
,ie shall be cC officio attorney of the par- ;n
ish, and receive such salary therefrom as dl
3 may be fixed by the parochial authorities,
I not to exceed seven hundred dollars per Wit
- annum. lie shall moreover, receive such Di
- fees of office as may be allowed by law.
1 In the city of New Orleans the State's at
t torney shall receive such comlpensations an'
> from the city. in addition to the salary Sul
above provided, as may be established by
r iaw. He shall ble elected at the same
- time with the judge; of the district CO
- courts, and shall hold his office for the esy
1 term of tour years. Sp;
1 NUMBER FIFTEEN. an
In every case where the judge may lie
8 recnsad, and when he is not personally
interested in matters in contestation, he
s shall select a lawyer, having the neces
sary qualifications required for a judge
of his court, to try such cases; and the
General Assembly shall provide by law
for the trial of those cases in hih the
a judge may be pers.nally interested, or \
wr hen he may be r.bstnt or refuses to act.
(Strike out article ninety.) Jc
a NUMBER SIXTEE*N.
In order to provide for the establish
ut ment of the judicial system creaited by
the above amendmuents, and to prevent
the evils of an interregnum, it is hereby
II ordained by the people c f Louisiana: do
11 First-That the General Assembly, f0
which meets the first Monday in .Janua
it ry, 1879, shall in accordance with the ti
i foregoing aimendmients, immediately re
district the State, and provide for the w
authoriry of clerks, and the election and hi
criminal jurisdiction of justices of the at
e- peace.
~ Second-That as soon as the Legislature
s, shall have acted as aforesaid, the (h)ver- i(
y ior shall by proclamation call :in eletion I
es frjustices of the peaee for cach pa:rish,l
x- exceplt the parish of Orleans, antd for ulis
al trictjudges, in each district created tby t
lie the redistricting where one or molre pir
l ishles have ibeen added, or t:aklen frno the
l existing judicial district, and fr St:ate
ll attorlneys, as above provided, exclpt in ill
tI- the pa'rish of Orluans, wvhere tlhe~listrict n
ls attorney t ir tle pa,'ish shall le $tate at
t tnetly. The electiont 1 hill be hlell oi
L the samlle lailny tiroluilut the State,it
,, which l:iay shMll not te less Itlan sixty r
sn more than iinty dtays aifter tet Ias-n I
cisage ol said act. 't'ile tcromts of the otlieor.
eletod att said el'ctioni h:all explirt at
i- t The einlerl electi ti c l), ;ot Ih lio
mittin ci the clcltge of districts, oftteer
the tan once every Lc'our years, shall iotrte t
cotnsiIerteln as Itviig ellcct efore the I
lgete'ral electiotn of 1551).
tabhLshI,'1 by the h cotntit-tlitoi of llti5,
shall remain it orc illtil tihe cx piratiin .
of thle thirnilethIt day- fter saidt electiioI,
ItS- excdluig front tIme cowlputatioln the da113
of the elecltion. a
l''urtT-'l'he adoption of these aiuiittid
ililltei shall not vactat tile OfiC'es o( the i
present clerks of courts iu each 1,atrieth.
NUMBEIR SEVENTEEN. I
itl t ie oti htndtrld and thirt f -too 0
tile constituti6in of 1868 shall be abrog:i
ed. ,
NUMBER EGIGTEEN.
The Superirtendent of Public Edue:L
tion shall receive a salary of thirty-fiv.
hundred dollars, payable quarterly o.:
his own n arrant.
NUMBER NINETEEN.
No license tax shall be imposed by tlh.
State, or any parish or municipal author
ity. on any mechanical trad', manufactl"
ry or factory, except such as may require
police regulations, in towns and cities.
NUMBErc TWENTY.
The Legislatuie is authorized to e -
empt tromn State municipal o.' parish tax
ation household goodas, such as furnitnrc:
wearing appl.rel, tools of trade or profe.
sion and Ijumily portraits, not exceeding:
in aggregate value the sumt of fivo hu.:
dred dollars.
ACT NO. 12, EXTRA SESSION OF 1876:
NUMBER TWENTY ONE.
Strike out the first part of article 14 3
of the constitution of 1878, which reads .
"A university shall be established aim
maintained in the city of New Orleans.
It shall be composed of a law, a medical
and collegiate department, each with ap
propriate faculties. The General Asseua
bly shall provide by law for its organiza
tion and mentenance; and .insert :
" The university shall be maintained. Jr
shall be composed ot a law, a medical anm'
an academical department, and such oth
er departments as may be established by,
law, each with appropria'e faculties:
provided, that the'law and medical depart
ments already organized shall coutiun
in the city of New Orleans, and the ac
ademical and other departmneuts may be
located elsewhere in the State."
THE MAINE r:LECTION:
The unexpected result of th
Maine election shows the effect or
the policy of precipitate resumptior
on which Republican leaders based
their chief hope. They sought to
take advantage of a ge .eral and
very natural desire of the people
to have a fluctuating paper curren
cy m.ude tquivalent to gold by be
ing made redeemable in gold. Tii.
people wanted a currency with a
fixed purchasing power, and that
is just what they want now. The
Republicans sounht to forestal:
Democ atea by adopting and urging
Jacksonion and Bentonian hard'
money doctrine. Their zeal outran'
their discretion, and they overshot
their mark. They adopted a mens
are and plan of resumption that
worked an immeasurable hardship
to the debtor classes, adding to
commercial stringency, hastening
the already rapid shrinkage in
nominal values, increasing the del
eterious consequences of over pro
duction, adding to the growing:
dilficul y of borrowing money on
any species of property, creating
in attificial demand for gold and
silver, and interfering vio:ently
with the laws of trade. The peo
I ple have been i-lowly c.:ming to a
right conception of the situation;
and they find that they have been
sufferers by a remorse!ess machine
policy, adopted without apparent
consideration for any other inter
ests save those of creditors and
speculators in coin, stocks, bonds
and bankrupts' assets.-N. O. Pic
ayune.
STATE POLITICS.
Noticit g the proposed visit of
. M,jor Burke and Messrs. Eu ;tis and
Jonas to North Louisiana, to com
mence a canvass, the Shreveport
y Titmes, of the 6th says:
t Majir Burke, above all others;
y deserves the thanks of our people
r, for the ability and energy display
t- ol in organizing and condnucting
, tie campaign of 1 874 and 1876 in
SNew Orletn. These qualities made
a him const,icuous in the late war
1 and his administrative ability found
a suitable fied in developing the
resourses of eexas and rendering
n them efficient in sustaining thc
" armies in the field. Prior to thd
y surrender he lad pro:j:.ctcd on a
r- grand -cale a tystem of workshops
0 of all kinds for mannu!acturing war
in matcrial, especially w;agons, hiar
ct ness and other things e.enitial td
t placing our armies on a war foot
e, lg. We have incidentally refer
y red to these things as matters of
Shistory, to show that in overy
tposition in which he has been
i- placed hie has evinced great ad
tr mnnistrative capacity as an organ
lizer. .As a public official in Now
()rlean· , and also as an officer of
Sthre (Ireat Northern Railroad, thd
same biusine.s qualliies were exhibj
iteil. It woul le a waste of timnd
ta ar tempt to enumerate all thd
acts of his life as pri ofs of his fit
Sness to occupy the responsible posit
tion of State Treasurer, for that
lact is conceded both by friend and
Sfoes

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