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VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA; LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE .22 1870. - -... jINUMBE1
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POLICE JURY PROOEEDINGSB.
JUNE ERM, X870.
ALEXANDRIA, June 6th, 1870. t
The members of the Police Jury"of
the Parish of RapideO, elected on the
first Monday of May, 1870, being the
2d day of that month, met at the Court
House in Alexandria, La., on the 6th
day of June, 1870, at 91 o'clock A. M.:
when James R. Andrews was called to
the chair'as President pro tem., and
the former Clerk, W. W. Whittington, t
Jr., was requested to act as Secretary.
On motion of J. L. Walker a com
mittee was appointed to examine cre
dentials: when the President appointed
Messrs. Walker, Moore and Calvit; who,
after having retired and examined the
credentials, reportt 1as follows:
John L. Walker elected from Pine
ville Ward; James R. Andrews from
Bayou' Rapides . S. D. Williams from
Calcasieu; Ezra Bennett from Cheney
ville; J. W. Moore from Annacoeo; C.
M. Calvit from Cotile; H. M. Robinson
from Lamourie; L. C. Sweat from
West'sand Wm. Randolph from Spring
Hill. There were no credentials of
the election of any member for the C
Alexandria Ward, whereupon the sev
eral members named above were duly
qunilited, the oath of office being ad
ministered to each of them by W. W.
Whittilgton, Jr., Justice of the Peace
for Rapides Parish, La.
On motion the Jury proceeded to an
election for President for the two years
next ensuing, whereupon the votes be
ing' taken, James R. Andrews was
President pro temrn.
W. W. WHITTINGTON, JR.,
Secretary pro tern.
The Jury elect met---present :James
R. Andrews, President, John L. Wal
ker, J. W. Moore, C. M. Calvit, S. D.
Williams, L,C. Sweat,. Ezra Bennett I
and Win. Randolph, and then proceed
ed to the election of officers of the Ju
ry, hich resulted in the choice of W.
J. Calvit, Clerk; E. R. Biossat, Treas
urer; Dr. John Casson, Parish Physi
tian; J. G. White, Parish Attorney; R.
W. Bripghurst, Parish Surveyor, and
John Clements, Officer of the Jury.
The Jury then adjourned until 2
o'clock P. M.
W. WV. WHITTINGTON, JR.,
Clerk pro temi
The Jury met according to adjourn
ment-same members present.
On motion of S. D. Williams,
Resolved, That the bond of Winm. S.
Terrell for building and keeping in or
der a certain bridge over Big Creek,
on the Burr's Ferry road, be read and.
accepted, and the President of the Ju
ry be authorized to issue warrants for
the amotit appropriated for the build
ing of said bridge.
On motion of S. D. Williams,
Resolved, That the bond of J. W.
Glass and R. D. Hilton.for building
and keeping in order a 'tin bridge
over Calcasien rider at the Hineston
crossing, be read and accepted, and
that the warrants of the Parish be is
sued by the President for the amount
On motion of J. L. Walker,
Resolved, That the President do and
he is hereby authorized to appoint a
committee on Finance, whereupon the
following members were appointed:
Messrs. Walker, Williams and Moore.
The President having called Mr. Moore
to the chair, offered the following res
olution, which was adopted, viz:
Resolved, That a committee of three
be appointed on public roads and
bridges, whereupon the President pro
tem appointed the following members:
Messrs. Sweat, Randolph and Calvit.
On motion of J. W. Moore,
Resolved, That all resolutions made
to the Jury shall be reduced to writing
before they are offered.
Ott motion of W. Randolph,
Resolved, That it shall be the duty
of the Justice before whom an estray
may be brought, in addition to notify
ing the Recorder of his proceedings, to
have the same published in some pub
lie paper printed in Alexandria for
thirty days, if the animal will justify
thaeame, and by posting the sae in
some public places in his Wards!.
Be it furtherResolved, That. in as
much as,the trouble to the Justice is
the same whether a horse, muleor cow,
therefore his compensation shall be two
dollars on each animal.
On motion ofJ. W. Moore,:'"
SJesolwed, That a committeeofthree
I beappointed by the President to nego
tiate for the printing of five 1inndrad
copies of the proceedings of theJory,to
be distributed among the members,
Swhereupon the president appointed the
tollowing members, Messrs. Moore,
Randolph and Bennett.
The jury then adjourned until 9
So'clock A. M. on Tuesday.
XV.. J. CALVIT, Clerk.
ALrEANDRIA, LA., June 7th, 1870.
Thoe jury met according to adjourn
lent, the following members present,
J. R. Andrs5 President, Messrs. Wal
rier, Calvit, Moore, Randolph:, Bennett,
Sweat and Williams. The minutes of
the previous day were read and ap
On motion of W. Randolph,
Resolved, That the report of the
committee appointed to negotiate for
printin proceedings qf the Police
Jury 4.d, and that E. R. Bios
sat Ihe a sthorized by the president to
prin the same for the stipulated sum
of fifteen dollars, wldeh amount shall
be paid by the issuing of a warrant
signed by the preeideWbehen said work
Sis completed. ' ,
On motion of S. B3. Willianoir,
SResBied, That the resignation of H.
L. Daigre as District'Attar j·' "pro
|term" be accepted. J. W, Moore being
, called to the chair, J.,R. Adrews offer
ed a staitement from Cql. a hattia
Clark in relation to t@i itzovement
S of the present systemn of repairing the
pube as and. bridges in the Pisk
whel c.~refuly read an&:oke d
b to the ittee on rod i "
iQn~6tlon of L. C..,
4 ved, T-hat any
ia a cow or cowd:i k th
k or consent
agent, within the limits of this parish,
be fined fifty dollars, which shall be It
collectable before any Justice of the d
Peace. One half of said fine to be paid
to the owner of said cow or cows, and a
the remaining half to go to the Parish. V
On motion of H. M. Robinson,
Resolved, That the Finance Commit- t1
mittee be authorized by the Preiddent B
to wiit upon the Lessee of the Bayou
Robert Plank Road, and inquire into 3,
the condition of said Lessee's accounts
with the Parish of Rapides, and asc.r- B
tain if his indebtedness to said Parish
has been duly and fully paid; and if di
the condition of his Lease have been
faithfully complied fvith ; and in case ti
said conditions have not been complied
with it shall be the duty of the Presi-. n
dent to take such steps as will insure a
apeedy and satisfactory settlement.
On motion of J L Walker, F
Resolved, 'That Ordinance No.-- in
creasing the amount allowed for feed- It
ing prisoners in the Parish Jail, be re- re
pealed, and the amount be hereafter
fixed at sixty cents per diem in accor
dance with requirements of an Act of P
On motion of J W Moore the following d
appointments were made as syndics
of the roads in Annacoco ward viz: 5s
From J W Moore's to the store house 2I
of J P Eddleman, John Gill syndic."
:Store house of J P Eddleman to An- d
rcoco bridge on Burr's Ferry road, J C
Store house of J P Eddleman to An- t4
acoco bridgb on Thompson's Road, d
Anacoco bridge on' Thompson's ferry r,
road to Sabine River, G A Smith. 0
Anaeoco bridge on Burr's ferry road
to Parish line, Jas Wor&. 7:
Sulange Lacaze's to Gibson Johnson's
on Whiskachitta, Martin Johnson. rV
Gibson Johnson's to ridge road, J J 9
DRi droad to Davis' mill, Jno Davis. ti
Stotre hotse of J P Eddleman to Sa
bine Paris hLiue rntiling by DrIStBart's, d
D T Turner.
From store house-of J P Eddleman's t
to Davis' Gin, Jack Harris.
From Davis' Gin to big Six Mile, Wm J
On motion of L C Sweat,
Resolved, That the following ap
politments be made as road yndies 1
for West's ward, viz:
From Ceipre bridge to Calcasieu
bridge, Jos Parker.
Calcasieu to West's Creek, James
" West's Creek to Liberty Creek at J
W Moore's, L P Groves. a
Violett'. to Billy's Branch, Dickson
Collins' to Parish liue on Burr's Fer- c
ry road, C D Collins. t
SComrade's to Mat West's, on Calca
sieu, Abram Allen.
On motion of Ezra Bennett the fol- a
lowing appointments were made as I
syndics of the roads in Cheneyville c
ward, viz: f
From Lloyd's Bridge, district 1, E L t
Cheneyville to Pariah line, district a
2,-F M Bennett. • C
Opposite side of the bayou to Che- r
eyville, district 3, Isaa Johnson. V
Cheneyville, on opposite side of the I
bayou, to Parish line, district 4, Chas f
- On motion of Wm Randolph the fol
lowing appointments were made as
syndics of the roads, in Spring Hill i
From Carnal's Bridge to Spring
Creek, district 1, S H Flower. 1
Spring Creek to Davis' Bridge, on t
Caleasieu, district 2, C C Nash.
Joe Willis' crossing on Calcasien to
Spring Creek Bridge near Babbe', disa I
trict 3, W D Goodwin. .
Butler's mill to where the road may j
intersect with roaid district 1, distriot t
4, W S Moore. i
Rocky Branch near Squier's -Gin to t
Beaver Creek, district 5, Lawrence
' Beaver Creek to Lloyd's Bridge on
Bayoi Beonf, district 6, Alex Compton.
Thompson's upper line on Bayou
Basf to Lloyd's Bridge, district 7, J B
On motion of H M Robinson thb fol
lowing appointments were made as
syndics of the roadsin Lamourie ward, I
.From mouth of Williams' lane to
lower line of Chambers' lower placde,
roat district l, Jas J Davis.
Chambers' lower line to T'lompson's
upper line, district 2, Jno Webb.
Lamourie Bridge to. Mrs Dupre's on
Lamourle, district 3, ( C Weems.
Cut Offto month of the Chectaw,
district 4,~A P Williams, Jr.
Choctaw to BeaverBayou, district 5,
:" Beaver Bayou to Parish line, district
6, Wm Compton.
Polk's Bridge to CokaEfar's old place,
district 7, Jas Barker.
On motion of J L Walker the follow
ing appointments were made as syn
dies of the roads in the' AleXandria
Fronm Alexandria to the lower litf
Dr Maddox, thence down the , ou
Robert road to the upper linu.V
Prescott, road district 1, D W Hynen
J W Prescott'se uaper lifiie to the
Smouth of the lane at JR Williramns',
Sdistrict 2, C H Flower.
Alexandria down Red river to the
Cut Off, district r, W J Calvit.
C M Calvit being called'to the chair,
on motion of 3 B 6ndrews the follow
ing appointments were mad6 as myn
dies-of the roads in Bayou Rapides
ward,'viz: . .: :..
•From Dr Iado±t'a Ower line to '
IM Graham's lower lIne road dstr
G 14 ·8am'e lor to
mothe's Bridge, district Wli lB
wbrth. tl ""
-the Lamothe's id H
isrt , J T -
e ·p~ J~.
On motion of C M CalVit thel follow
ing appointments were :made -as, syn
dice of the roads in. Cotile ward, v:, c a1
From J 'W Texada's npll toi at
mosth Bayou Cotile, road di tritis, B
W G Yarborough. . C
Mouth of Bayou Cotile to. poath of| S
the Boyce lane, district 2, Thos 11 A
Bowles. .' L
gJames' store to White Hills, .dldtisto
3, Joe Nash ... I
White Eille to Parisafline Jistriet 4, cc
Bill Jones. .
Texada's bridge to Burneyiraneh
distriet 5, JiAn Cqrdnkq a •.*.. :.;
Dyer's Branch to Bayou Ceipi di..
erict 6, James' Nichol. . i . p
Jumes' Pore to Parish :lipe qp Mpp-' e
nette Perry .road, district 7, ,F vI
WehplJn'stW Whi emun. . . tri.t.
On miotiorofS D Williams "the -kl C0
loýbIng appoiritments as syndics of"the p
roads in Calebaien wtardweal made .
From Gravelly Hill to Strother's
bridge on Calcasiou, district' 1, D C
Hineston to headaofSprig Creek, l1t Ii
division, district 2, Jasper Bonnett, J:
'ead ofSpriftg t1rek .here Hine- C
ston road intersects Burr' road, A
d4 division, districota, 8, rler.
Strother's bridge to l ..o0lw,
RockyBranb, distriet 5, E E.Dodepe pt
Paul's:q sta" up 8pring OreekL4o; u
tersect Hineston road near 8 Marler, tb
district 6, C $ougeat. at
Fork of the road on the old Georgia I
road to Buck Head, district 7, .J: W P
Hineston brldge to Billy Branch
road, district8,.Archy Smith. A
Six Mile Creek to intersetkineston ii
road two miles from Calcssieu, district L
9, S Laca "- J.at. . ... •
ineston Bridge to Blant clok,s
trict 10, NP Hathaii.
Blunt's Creek' to Teii Mile Creek, Rd :
division, district 11, J Perkins.
Ten Mile Creek to Parish line, dis- t
triet 12 Joe Willis. ......... P
Strother's Creek bridge to Harwelt I
Johnson's on. Ten Mile Creek, district J
10, A Ray .. :,. G
Mouth of Miss McIntosh's lane toa
Burr's Ferry road at A Smith's, district
14, Robert Nelson. •
On motion of g I) Williams, C
Resolved, That the road from Davis' G
bridge,-on Calcasieu river, to Cherry
wynche, be resumed and Nathan Orr
be appointed syndic thereof. n
The Jury then adjourned until 2 A
o'clock P. M. W. J; C J
At 2 o'clock P M the Jury met ac
cording to adjournment--the same mem-.
bers present. . a
On motion ofC M Calvit, . r:'
Resolved, That the Jury proceed to
an election of Beneficiary Cadets to the n
State .Seminary, to fill existing vacan- E
cies, whereupon H MI Robineooealling I
for the yeas and nays the following was P
the result. Yeas Messrs. Calvt, I
ker, Sweat, Bennett, Moore, Robina C
and Randolph. says Williams. i
election was then gone into upon the
nominnations of William T Sanford
and Ruins R Robinson, when RuuaR ER
Robinson was declared duly elected to C
fill the vacancy Bxisting by the dismissal I
of Jie Smith.
;On motion of J L Walker, "
Resolved, That. the ele tion for Par-. 9
ish Attorney be reconsideted,
On motion of J L Walker,
Resolved, That thre name of Jas G
White be withdrawn as Parish At
On motion of J L Walker'
Resolved, That.we go into an seo
tion for Parish Attorney, to .fll t1t;
caney occasioned-by the withdrawal of
# G White. Whereupon DaVid :F6ld
man and Robert P Hunteit bevg no- -
lated the vote resulting a tie on the
first ballot, the Preside jA'b his
casting vote for R P Hani;who .was
declared dulyleeted. : - : .
On motion of.C M Calvit,
Resolved, That all the names on the
pauper list of theParish be stricken of.
Wherepon 8 D Willisam calling for the
yeassd nays, the following was the
Yeas Messrs (Calvjt, Sweat; Bennett,
Moore, Robinson and Randolph.
Nays, Messrs Walker and Williams.
On motion of C M Calvit,
Resolved, That the old levee law be
enforced in the Parish of bides, from
and after the 2 y of Jdly 1870.
On motion efe.M Calvt,
Resolved That tbeii~polatmenet of
levee syndics be made to enfaree the
law from the month df.syou 'Bobertt
on Bayou Rapides to the lowet Parlsh
line on Ie River. ..
On mo~~on ot J LW'
Resolved, That the Pei be and
he h hereby autho rlseo amint a
committee of three to 1 and
inform R P Hunter Of" .Ileetlo.
Whereupon the Presid it
J L Walker, Sweat and I :e
On motion of J W Moore,' "
Resolved, That all bblls oe
on the public roadsin tliip ~h
streams where .pubile "bi saidg "ilve
been erected, and-the neeeslitiof the
Palih required them irebuilt, that the
parties es building reeeiveJiberal cL
pensation for the fame: provided this
will not compel the Police Jiry to asc
cept any bridges built heteafte, 'and
all lawst to he contrary
C IL Calvit calling '&~n
nays, the followingi.
Yeas. Ezra Ben , " o ar
Sweat, Nays CM C Hi Kl BobIn
eon. W Randolph, J L Walkerand B
Williams. . e a
SOn motion of LC 8weat,
Resolved, That the cWi Jas
H icks for buildings a bridg Cal
ceasien Slough at Violetlt e the Barr's
Ferry road be referred t he Finance
Committee, i. .
SOn miptlma .I MWlMoove,
S reolved, That the claim of EL
Daigte, against the Putl f:lapided,
be rebrd to the Finance sci ..ittee
On umoton ofJ. Wi Moore
· Resolved,. That aA
ifrom Sulige ap Gge
pointed on ,; i
d That of the
On motlo ror 7v-c '.C C
3o*e That .Jdte is be
at Atlad _
lBajrQ Robrtt.* -
Alisdria, zad M. e
If t in~: ~inc
The Jt o wow.
West a ii rd; z:
Jas.: O ore., V
6olliniL Consr nd
Allen fWeRis and" ":
On. motioueof t "8
Rookd That, º B.
Dodgy aP..ia X.4 P: t3.
and Joobph W
rnesshners' . f ,1UmIuyr'a
Fireenet, u ward.. ' r
Abrm -Matt 8r .
monr e Precb4,jd. "D.- A. ,
Jer C I
3. B , Ronder ,
rOn motion nfoR. B~anet
.ReaIvled That: the' 'ot~wih
misalonera of.lectlou b
Geo. W.M-~are d .` :'~ ljbi
On motion Q1J. hiooteý "
Resolved, Thiat the folio
missioner. of eleetionbew
Annacoco ward, viz: N
J.0Gi11, J.0. Franks, ~J
Bert.' Whlgkaqlilts . .So
N. B;lli Legg
coro Pree' y,
and M. Dan
On maln of j L
nirsuoners oe c be '
Hfoloway's PMair vie ';
DeVill., L. D. Couie sada
Pineville, A ,Lavid, Wmar K J
L. ýadI : loin MaIgre
Oeorý,Eiºo n, 'k l'esrt
On motion of 311i Mn4'.
Sweat, forbullGn g a bri
Caleauien River . + the
Burr's Ferry be
The Jury. then ut
9o'clock on W4' y
Ww. J. C
The ne seeoeing
minutes were" gpd: :48
On1 motion ilC t
Resolved, That e 1OCmmfnIttee'be*a -
pnte to "tbd tlme.saod I
ac of uie geeeod g
bbi. buildinig thiereon, C a
Houddt'tn'tb.lrh ýb o UapplI
the Townl ef mitniay for. thie
eft of said Partish and report~
sew meeting of the Polies Jsry. J
Moome ,aling for the Yeas, and .]!1
The vote was taken with th
result: YTeas Calvit, 5*~eW, Re~a
Liandoiph, Walker 'an.w1I~tS
aye: Moore and wiirest. Wbeta.
the PretdWnthe e'th
Jones on the dulinst-e
Weis the pauli*t
erdto ~the:~aitt ee ur
ethidder ls, Napup'iY 1
eopnst .bnsfr t his n :
t egrepo the. a~ib