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BISQLE COPIES: TEN CENTS. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF LOUISIANA. TEEMS: 116 00 PEE ANNUM. VOLUME II—NO. 47 NEW ORLEANS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 3, 186a WHOLE NUMBER 357. few ffpubltam. •FFICIAL JOURNAL OfTHE UNITED STATES. IfFIClAl JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS IFFIC1AL JOURNAL OF THE REPU3LICAN PARTY. THE late election. IPF'CIAL PROMULGATION OP THB RESULT tIST OF STATE AND PARISÈ OFFI CERS ELECT tD. Il .XDQrAETRM >im MlLTTAST DISTRICT, t Sow Orlbao», La., Juno 2,1888. ) ipectA Orders No. 121 1 . The returns of the election for mem* of the General Assembly, and for 8tatc, urisli, and judicial officers held in the State 5f Louisiana on the seventeenth and eight eenth days of April, 1868, iu compliance irith special orders Nos. 65 and 63, current CM, from these headquarters, having n made to the Commanding General in iccordauce with law, it is hereby declared that the following named persons are duly dect.-i to the offices herein specified in connection with their respective names : Ueabsrt of the Cteneral Aueably. SENATS. First Senatorial District—M. A. Foute, G. fi. Braughan, R. N. Ogden. gecoud Senatorial District—E. L. Je well, i ßambola. Third Senatorial District—T. Y. Coup knd J. J- Mouette. Fourth Senatorial District—A. B. Bacon. Fifth Senatorial District—C. C. Packard. Birth Senatorial District—S. M. Tood, M. f,Smith. Seventh Senatorial District—Joseph Witt |masteln. Eighth Senatorial District—Robert Point *ikr. Patrick O'Hara. Ninth Senatorial District—C. B. Darrell. Tenth Senatorial District—T. C. Ander , William ü if u it. Eleventh Senatorial District — W. L. •mpson. Twelfth Senatorial District—Carlos Wil :t, F. L. JewelL Thirteenth Senatorial District— R. H. Day. Fourteenth Senatorial District—Lorenzo Jeaks, Alexander B. Francis. Fifteenth Senatorial District — John S. Sixteenth Senatorial District—A. R. Whlt beviutecntU Senatorial District — John _£h. Curtis Pollard, gigkteeuth Senatorial District—John Ray. Nineteenth Senatorial District* -R. V/. 'itch. Twentieth Senatorial District — W. F. Jiiuan, J. C. Egan. Tweuty-first Senatorial District—Reuben white. Twenty-second Senatorial District— J. B. 4WÜ. J*. K. Williams. . Tvo ity-third S» natorial District—George . Kelso. Twe:.ty-iourth Senatorial District— J. D. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Fsr^h of Ascension—Miitou Morris, G. ;. Hill. :ish of Assumption—8. C. Mollin, Geo. . _ Aiglon. Pa::«k of Avoyelles— P. Guigonet, E. Le Po r vii of Baton Rouge, East—James Mc illeu B. E. Ghaney, J. S. Huguet. Parish of Baton Rouge, West— Théophile >hier. Parish of Bienville— C. Q. Batler. Parish of Bossier— B. C. When, John Sirce. Parish of Caddo—John N. Howell, James iristian, Zac. Howell. Parish of Calcasieu—William Haskell. Parish of Caldwell - A. W. Faulkner. Parish of Carroll— W. I.. Me Milieu, P. t Yorke. Pariah of Catahoula—E. S. Wilson. P urish of Claiborne— W. \V. Bennett, C. \ Pratt. Parish of Concordia—David Young, Isaac Abbott. Parish of DeSoto— T. M. Gatlin, J. D. Ample. Parish of Feliciana, East -William C. WÜ John Gair. P»r sh of Feliciana, West—Robert J. Tay [Ptrish of Franklin — J. C. Humble. Pariah of Iberville— P. G. Desloude. P. L. freane. o_______________ of Jefferson—M. Raymond, T. B. . Evans, J. Gartscamp, John Page. Parish of Lafayette—J. M. Judice. Iteishof Lafourche— D. H. Reese, Wm. arrell. Par.6h of Livingston—William H. Pierce. Parish of Madison—Henderson Williams, -h of Morehouse— E. F. Buckingham. &sh of Natchitoches—W. C. Melvin, Leroy. pi3h of Orleans— Ht Representative Distrlct^-P. H. Wa _J. T. Hanlon. Representative District — E. F. "joitc, Jacob Zoelly, Joseph H. Dc i Representative District—Charles , F. C. Zacharie, a Representative District—Octave Be Joseph Mansion. : Representative District—J. R. Cu . j __ntative District—Henry Dumm J. Adolphe, bth Representative District F. Borge. Beûftéentative District—L. ^praëuutlve D'wtrict—W. Pope . C. B. May, Otuirko A. Eager. ":t Bank—Alexander Frank. of Onachlta F. Morey. O. H. ■U of Plaqueminea— R. J. Moran. >li of Pointe Coupee—William Smith, _ore. s of Rapides— W. S. Calhoun, Sam. -y, Harry Lott. ■■ofSabine—Leslie Barbee, t ol St. Bernard— F. H. Knapp. l of St. Charles—Peter Harper, i of St. Helena—Amos Kent. _ of St. Jamee—Charles Gray, A. Tu of St. John Baptist—Dennis Bur- -k of St. Landry—Willis Prescott, i Tate, M. D. Kavanaugit, Aide Du t of St. Martin—J. B. Bergeron, L. it. -h of St. Mary—A. J. Demorest, J. B. of St. Tammany—J. W. Hutch of Tensas—James 8. Mathews, W. of Terrebonne—I'lger Dupart, 1 MCnton—J. B. Landers, i of Vermillion—Nicholas Voting. - Of Washington—Jacob Magee. Winn—David C. Fouls. y win kot convei general shall ha' Ï the acceptance by * ' i Constitution. I this informa- "or the meeting to take action i Constitution oi ,—" Slates known as Article XIV., define by-law the powers and duties -;uor,Heury 0 Ä oth. Dunn ____e, George E. Bovee. Treasurer, Antoiue Pnbuclet, ' Education, Thoma« fbnÄaioi 1 ■ Usembly, ta power» utd duties newly cw»te<l by H ion Pajtiiv—Parish Judfee, M Vri* Marks; Sheriff, Felix Brand; Recorder, G A Younger; Assessor, Isidore Leblanc; Coro ner, J Blanchard. Justices of the Peace, J P Hebert. C N Du Bois, C H Tipton, R Cole. E J Rice, J P Wilkerson, J O Mathieu, F Yicknair. Constables, Armand Landry, L Montero, Jr, George Turner, LondoB Walles, A Hill, H B Parker, John McCrovy, Louis Le fort. Police Jurors, Lestang Fortier, P Leblanc, Peter Washington, G Washington, Benjamin Doyes, Wm. King. Assumption— Parish Judge, E G Pintado. Sheriff, J W Swords. Recorder, ^ A Pin tado. Assessor, Elphage Melanson. Parish clerk, Charles M Maury. Coroner, David Williams. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Wade: fifth ward, L J Badeaux; sixth ward, EGautnanx; eighth ward, H Percy; ninth ward, A Laine ; tenth ward, 8 C Mollen ; eleventh ward.SM Landry; thirteenth ward, V Bltfnchard. Constables, first ward, Win Levi; second ward, D Morris; third ward, -Clarke: fourth ward, S Hardison; fifth ward, L Bernard: sixth ward, A Hebert; seventh ward, J w Landry: eighth ward, John Hickman; ninth ward, N J Pintado; tenth ward, F Barker; eleventh ward, S Leblanc. Police Jurors, first ward, Philip Douglas; fifth ward, M E Boudreary; sixth ward, E Gautherang: seventh ward, W W Pugh; eighth ward, P Watson; ninth ward, Adam Young: tenth ward, 0 Moise; eleventh ward, O Blanchard; thirteenth ward, M Allcman. Avoteli.es Parish Judge, J H Barbin. Sheriff, J M Creagh. Recorder, F W Masters. Assessor, P F Moreau. Coroner, L A Rob erts. Justices of the Peace, first ward, M L Hyland; second ward, F B De Bellevue, ▲ G Morrow; third ward, N Durand; fourth nard, H J Bordelon; fifth «ard, FM Hay good; sixth ward, T J Milligan; seventh ward, M Bennett; eighth ward, F Gondeau; tenth ward, W N Milligan; eleventh ward, R G Clowuey; twelfth ward, W J Compton. Constables, first ward, J W McCau; second ward. P B DeBellvue, ADupuy; third ward, D G Armand; fourth ward, J J G remillion; fifth ward, C H Hickenburgh: sixth ward, V Ducote; seventh ward, W R Taiiaferro; eighth ward, M Moreau; tenth ward, 8 Ed wards; eleventh ward, L Jeausoune; twelfth ward, J B Bringal. Police Jurjrs, first ward, Martin Bays; second ward, F B De Bell i vue: third ward, E J Joffrion, fourth ward, J W Cooper-fifth ward, PulgeuceCon; sixth ward, A P Raballus; seventh ward, T D Marshall; eighth ward, L Kumar; uinth ward, C Coin con: tenth ward, L A Joffroin; eleventh ward, W J Compton. Baton Rouoe, East— Parish Judge, G M Husted; Sheriff, T J Bird* Recorder, John McGrath; Assessor, John F Piker; Coroner, J B Patterson. Justices of the Peace—First ward, F A Nephler; second ward, George W Buckner; third ward, T R Brady; r ourth ward, J A McHugh; fifth ward, L A Fuller; seventh ward, P A Walker; ninth ward, R N Chapman; tenth ward, W J Usher; elev enth ward, Augustus H Miller. Consta bles—First wara. Fielding Cooney, second ward, Stephen Young: third ward, J K Bovard; fourth ward, D R SkafTett; fifth ward, 8 Wilson; seventh ward, E Dixon: tenth ward, Emile* Droz; eleventh ward, E J Stillman. Police -Jurors—First ward, Joseph Arbour; second ward, J A Dougher ty; third ward. G M Thomas; fourth ward, t B Brown: fifth ward, E Triplet; sixth ward, Alfred Duplantier; seventh waid, A Dixon; ninth ward, Gilbert Dague; tenth ward, R G Delaroderie; eleventh ward, E M Hooper. Baton Rouge, West— Parish Ju W 8 Labdell; Sheriff, J V Duraldi, corder, Ü Bernard; Assessor, F Ü Duval; Coruner, H Babin. Bienville—P arish Judge, J It Head; Sheriff, T J Hightower: Recorder, Jasper Hay i*: Assessor, Z T Webster; Coroner, A C Filley. Bossier— Parish Judge, Thomas M Fort Sheriff, William McDonald. Recorder, H W Clarke. Assessor, L C Rasberry. Coroner, J L Briggs. J ustices of the Peace, second ward, W J Bush; third ward, J B Campbell; for town, fourth ward, William R Head; for country, fourth ward, F Cruwuover; fifth ward, Benjamin Herring: sixth ward, Will iam Leonard. Constables, third ward', C W Loc|cey : for town, fourth ward, F Smith for country, fourth ward, W 7. Martin; filth ward,- Pinckard; sixth ward, Frank Turner. Police Jurors, second ward, KB Patterson; third ward, J W Rabb; fourth ward, W 8 Edwards; fifth ward, J Ford;sixth ward, Thomas Applewhite. Caddo —Parish Judge, David CressweU. Sheriff,John J. Hope. Recorder, C W. Lewis. Assessor, William* Hubbar. Coroner, Ed. Sturgess. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Robert Gray ; second ward, Thoifias W Smith, third ward, J W Wilson; fourth ward, Beujh min McLeran, LewisS Markham; fifth ward, W G Pickens; sixth ward, M H Crowell; sev enth ward, William Holmes. Constables, first ward, Pleasant W f Shreves; sc coud ward, D 0 McFarland: third ward, A M Miller; fourth ward, Steward Walpole, Alphonse Baiilfd; fifth ward, W B Joues; sixth ward, Robert Pembletou; seventh ward, Kit Childs. Police Jurors first ward, Samuel Hlgle; second ward, V N Jones: third ward, Isaac McKee; fourth ward, Robert B Patte r sue; fifth ward, A J Pickens; sixth ward, Milton Fenwick. Calcasibu—P arish Judge, D J Read. 8heriff, J M Read.* Recorder, J B Kirk man. Assessor, J LeBlue. Coroner, T J Lovett. Parish Clerk, Asa Ryan. Justices ef the Peace, first ward, A Sterling; secoud ward, Qolino Derrouen ; third ward, Chas Glass pool: fourth ward, (tie vote): fifth ward, D A Lyons; sixth ward, Jacob Simmouds. Constables, first ward, J Thomas; second ward, Stephen Andrus: third ward, Felix Peloquoin: fourth ward, Julius Deive; fifth ward, O F Lyons; sixth ward, James Moses. Police Jurors, first ward, James Cole; sec ond ward, T J Hay; third ward, J Bilbo; fourth ward, John Wing; fifth ward, TJ Lyons; sixth ward, J B Ashley; seventh ward, G H Guptill. Caldwbli.— Parish Judge, J J Stringer. 8heriff, W B Meredith. Recorder, George Yarborough. Assessor, Lewis Dawes. Coroner, Sylvester Brown. Parish Clerk, — Bainjard. Carroll—P arish Judge, George C Ben ham. Sheriff, George, A Sheridan. Re corder, Thomas B Renau. Assessor, Wil liam Keller. Coroner, W H Miller. Just C E Moss, . ______ _ -, .r. EwFar rier, W J Colwell, R H Dalli hide. Con stables, Sam Owen, Chaa Hicks, Henry Hursh, Jerry Green, Join Rr Coyle. Na thaniel P Murphy, John Smith. Police Jurors, Wm Craig, James Walker, Jamea Lightel. W T C Anderson, John Bishop. Catahoula—P arish Judge, D M Pritchard. liam Keller. Coroner, W H Mil Ices of the Peace, E C Manning, Jr, Cain Sartain, Harrison Tyler, iey. , Ha . . oner, William E Lanius. Justice» of Peace, second ward, W G Thompson ; third ward, T W King; fifth ward, Adam Can ar ray; sixth ward, L G Duke; seventh ward, G 8 Green; etrhlh ward, Samuels Bowman; eleventh ward, William P Cheiry;^twelfth ward, E 8 Bobertsoo. Constables, second ward, Nicholas Gray; third ward, D Hane»; fifth ward, Henry Hays; seventh ward, R H Morris; eighth ward, Henry E. Hoover; eleventh ward, Henry E Rothrock; twelfth ward, Elias Boutner. Police Jurors, third ward, J W Galvin; sixth ward, Henry New ÎSÿ " ward, Henry L Green; eighth Wailes; eleventh ward, Wil ,twelfth ward, Thomas E. Clsibob.ns — Parish Judge, N J Scott. Sharifi, R T Dawson. Recorder, J B Ham sey. Assessor, Thomas Prie*. Coroner, A 0 Hill. Justices of the Peace, —— Kenne dy, E D Bury, —-Ranking, J Alluma, S I Bridges, 8 G Becklaad, J_, Paneaon, W R Story, J McClendon. Constable», D J Savre, T 0 Harris, ——Doyle, MG Halbert. R J Moss, John Miuturn, L J DavlaP A Anderson, W P Aycock. ? Co.NConnii—Parish Judge. James H Lan ders. .sheriff, Albert B Harri». Recorder ïïïéfjf™ 3 ' MT Tolbert. Assessor, Bennett Hitchcock Corn vi it r .lohn Rati/ fall T ttahlan » £ a L. ™ * Acaua-a*. aasacccn , UVUUCItli 11 l WJ 11 CUV Ik Corouer, Johu Ban (tail. Jiutte«» of the Jaeut, Howard, McGee Geana, An Abi »rd, B C Scott, J Nugent. Gonstnhtos. E D Foreman. Police Jurors, Wm Brigga, Isaac Evans, Noah Graham, Wm 8horter. Joseph P Porter, R Marshall jr, Wm White, A T T Norment, M A 8cott, J B Johnson. De 8oto-P arish Judge, J H Sutherlin. Sheriff, Robert T Carr. Recorder, D M Herriott. Assessor, T W Broadnax. Cor oner, -Bonds. Justices of the Peace, sixth precinct, A J Caffrey ; seventh pre cinct, H H Nelson. Constable, sixth pre cinct, 8 J Watts. Police Jurors, sixth pre cinct, W C Peyton; eighth precinct, R B Frierson; ninth precinct, R R Riggs. East Feliciana—P arish Judge, Emile Boedicker. Sheriff, James DeGrey. Re corder, J W Pilant.^ Assessor, Thomas Pi lant. Coroner, Phil Lyons. Justices of the williams, w 8 Cook: fifth precinct, Nor wood Tildon, H B Chase; sixth precinct, E Story. Constables, first precinct, Zeno JohuBon; second precinct, Jesse Cravens; third precinct, D A Toad vine, Thomas W Cook; fifth precinct, Jacob Guth jr, W L McClendon. Police Jurors, first precinct, H Morrison; second precinct. J E Norwood; third precinct, John Lee. Feliciana, West— Parish Judge, D T Riley. Sheriff, E L Weber. Recorder, Wil liam Valentine. Assessor, James H Stevens. Coroner, John Laraont. Justices of the Peace, first ward, John Lament, William Valentine: second ward. Ackley Perkins; third ward, Howard Thornton : fourth ward. Nelson Taylor; fifth ward, E S Norwood; seventh ward, John Caldwell: tenth ward, John J Barrow; twelfth ward, John A Mary man. Constables, first ward. J 8 Armstead, H D Moffat; second ward, Silas Hau; u ; third ward, John Atkins; fourth ward, 11 Wicker; fifth ward, George Rogilllo: sixth ward, G Bogle; seventh ward, Lewis Alfred; tenth ward, G A Curry; twelfth ward, A Mary* man. Police Jurors, first ward, Charles Twaddeli; second ward, James Gray; third ward, Shelby Henderson; fourth ward. Henry Brookart; fifth ward, William Rogil lio; sixth ward, W E Folsom; seventh ward, Oliver Diggs; tenth ward, Joseph D Smith; twelfth ward, W C Connell. Franklin— Parish Judge. W W Campbell. Sheriff, A W Moore. Recorder, A R Hendry. Assessor, R H Simms. Coroner, Otho Wil liams. Justices of the. Peace, first ward, A T Norwood; third ward, James P Neeley; fourth ward, AR Hendry: sixth ward, W J Price; uinth ward, Adolph Gilly. Consta bles, first ward, T G McVay; third ward, Marion Couch; fourth ward, J W Waggoner; sixth ward, W H Smith; ninth ward. J T Underwood. Police Jurors, first ward, T B Gilbert; sixth ward, S Harde.sty; ninth ward A Dyson; tenth ward, Samuel Trahurn. Iberville— Parish Judge, Edward Moore. Sheriff, E A Verret. Recorder, Pauliue Ver rett. Assessor J B Nereaux. Coroner, Dr Gustave 8 Hebert. Justices of the Peace, first ward, J C Adamson; second ward, J. L Brown, Nelson E Parker; third ward, J Preston; fourth ward. Samuel Johnson; fifth ward, Adonis Le Blanc: seventh ward. Joseph L Orillion. Constables, first waid, Louis Johnson; second ward, J H Jackson, L M Yerbois; third ward, William Mitchell; fourth ward, Isaac Johnson: fifth ward,? Morris; seventh ward. Daniel Strother, Police Jurors, first ward. Augustine Dubu clet; second ward, William Martin, third ward, N Parker; fourth ward, Joseph Wa le, fifth ward, H Benjamin: sixth ward, Teles marToflier; seventh ward, Joseph L Orli liou. Jackson— Parish Judge, N Rives. Sheriff, James G Hury. Recorder, N M Smith. Assessor, J W Calcote. Coroner, C G Wrenn. Jefferson— Parish Judge, George Breun ing. Sheriff, N Schwab. Recorder, Thus McCormick. Assessor, Oscar Ruudez. State Tax Collector, Ursin Lavigue. Coroner, T B Stamps. Justices of the Peace, tirât dis trict, Frederick Frye : second district, L C Perrett; third district, James Denis m; fourth district, Ernest Hubeau; fifth dis trict, Thomas N Martin; sixth district, Louis Frausirs; seventh district. Ftederick Collin. Constables, first district. Jacob Joachim; secoud district, C H Vandcrwali; third die, trict, William Robinson; fourth district John Lazaire; fifth district, Henry Trou waid; sixth district, C Kerner; soveuth dia trict, M Bousegar. Police Juror«, right bauk, Thos N M.artin. W A Thomas, Gustave Leroy, George Hildebrand, R Gardner. Left Bank, P P Williams. Lai ayette — Parish Judge, A J Moss. Sheriff, Girard Landry. Recorder, William Brandt. Assessor, G Doueet. Coroner, L DuIktu. Justices of the Peace, flr*t preciuct, PO Richard; third preciuct, A Kay moud; fourth preciuct, F Hoffpower. Constables, first preciuct, J L Dugat; third precinct, L Hirsh; fourth preciuct, P titutts. Police Jurors, first preciuct, J Dugat; secoud pre ciuct, P S Arceneaux; third preciuct, Alex. Giudry; fourth preciuct. M G Brou-sard. Lafourche- Parish Judge, Joseph Nico let. Sheriff, Frauds Sternberg. Recorder, Cnarles Gaude. A«se»sor, Pierre Bibolet Coroner, Charlek Nichols. Justices of the Peace, secoud ward. Enoch Duuti; third ward, Edward Mitchell; fourth ward, E B Ayo; fifth wal'd, August Creuui; sixth ward, Matthew Roriiu ; seventh ward, James Rogers, E R Bourg: eigh'h ward, Marceliu Bergerou; niuth \ward, U J Barker. Con stables, second ward. John Branch; third ward, Adolphe Badeaux; fourth ward, Mar cell us LeBlauc; fifth ward, William Leon ard; sixth ward, Eteed Christian; seventh ward, Paul Guthridge, W 0 Kagan; eighth ward, P E Bourgeois; niuth ward, Octave Barrois. Police Jurors, second ward, Urban Prestenback; third ward, Neleou Tayh , fourth ward, Ferdinuad Barilleaux; fifth ward, Pierre Lee; sixth ward, Henry Joues, seventh ward, S T Grisamore; eighth ward. Ariene Bergeron ; ninth ward, Edward Meegel. Livingston— Parish Judge, 8 Kemp Sheriff, William Watson. Recorder, G " Welts; Assessor, W ß Rownds. Coroner, J W Setloon. Justices of the Peace, first precinct, J Turner; third preciuct, A Lo bell; fourth preciuct, R Daucau; fifth pre cinct, LRhearns; sixth pre -.iuct, L P Davis; seventh preciuct, J T Felder; eighth pre cinct, G OSib'ey ; uinth preciuc>, A 0 Miller; eleventh preciuct, U Desuage. Constables, first precinct, W 8 Christinas; third lire cinct, L M Lobell; fourth preciuct, G R Durbin; fifth precinct, E Booth; sixth pre. cinct, H P M' Queen; seventh pr< ciuct, George West; eignth precinct, J B Hint-on; ninth preciuct, D B Miller; eleventh cinct, A B Sibley. Police Juror.%____ preciuct, J B Easterly ; eighth preciuct, J Westmoreland. Madison—P arish Judge, R C Downs Sheriff, Jehu H McDonough. Recorder, A V Brown. Assessor, Luke Maddeu. "Cor oner, Charles Jones. Justices of the Peace, first ward, C P Huntington; ^coud ward, WmRoau; third ward, Hamiltou Gibson; fonrthaud fifth ward-, J T Lane; sixth and seventh wards, 8 W Montgomery.» Consta bles, first ward, J M Ga»e; second ward, Jerome Howard: third wnrd, J. sse Crosiio; fourth aud fifth wards, John Howard. P<> lice Jurois, first ward, J W Youua; second ward W Richardson; third waul Tournas 8haw^ ftmrtb and fifth wanK J P Eden; sixth aud seventh wards C H Moore. Morehouse— Parish Ju 'ge, James Bushev. Sheriff, D B Doogias. Reimider, A L Bu-* sey. Assessor, A L Bundle. Coroner, E Tatuoe. Justices of ihe Peace, fourth ward TC Dunn: fifth ward,- Linds* \; tenth rard, W McLeod. Constabh-e, fourto wird, J W James; filth ward. W J Summeriiu. Police Jurors, fourth ward, D C Morgan; fifth ward, G D »harp. Natchitoches— Parish Judge, W H Hi land. Sher«ff Samuel Parsous. R^mder, Charles F Christy. Assessor, B B Moore. Coroner, Charles Dupre. Justice-« of the Peace, first ward, George W Holloway; -ec ond ward, Wm Uttlpnkird w«rd. H M N McKuight; fourtn ward. F A Mtz.er. ; fit h ward, C Bern; sixth ward. Josepn Mann.; seventh ward, J E Turner; huith and tenth wards, J R Horuesby; eleyeuth ward, John Conaut; twelfth whim, V A Barron, J H itie Parker. Countable!», first ward, T B ^elbv; secoud ward. Alex Thomas; in ml ward. Wiliism#; f.»unh ward, Juhn E lem.; filth t »1 rr x t- _, ______t_ t ■ . ,» Hurt, I ward, 8 M Ora»4jp; sixth war<l J J A Mar tin; seveuth ward. O M Preis. ; i.intu a> ttiMth wards. B Laltau; eleventh war Trauquellin Meioyer; »welftn ward, Ji A Hart, Israel J.-ukin#. r«»lice Jun.h», iW , T H Hamilton; »-coud ward. Wm third ward, M Dalit»; foaitu ward, Emile Silvey; fifth ward. R L Faulkner: sixth ward, Joseph Martin: seventh aud eighth wards, J D Addison ; ninth and tenth wards, J R Horuesby, eleventh ward, John B Vienne; twelfth ward, Jamea Giunes. Orleans—C riminal Sheriff, E 8 Würzbur ger. Civil Sheriff, TL Maxwell. Tax As sessors, J p O'Neal, E A Bozotrier, J Grayer, John P Casey; right bank F J Brünett. Tax Collectors, first district, Francis C Mahan; second district, L E Lemarie, third district, O C Blandin; fourth district, Henry Ber.sel ; right bank, V E Frenlle. Coroners, first and fourth districts and right bauk, John G Roche; second aud third districts, Manuel P Avila. Justices of the Peace—First Justice of the Peace* George W Hadler; Second Justice of the Peace, A Shelley ; Third Jus tice of the Peace, John PMmtamat; Fourth Justice of the Peace, Joseph G Baum: Fifth Justice of the Peace, Eugene McCarthy; Sixth Justice of the Peace, Thomas 8 Collins. Constables, First Justice's Court, A A Platts rnier- 8ecoud Justice's Court, J W Quinn; Third Justice's Court, J A Molaisou; Fourth Justice's Court, Eugene Meilleur; Fifth Justice's Court, John P Cazeiar; Sixth Justice's Court, William Gormley. Police Jurors, ri^ht bauk—first ward, Oscar Pill man; secoud ward, Jamea Go'ns; fourth ward, W J Chauuiug; filin w ird, Thomas Kenefie; sixth ward, Y A Trcev le, seventh ward, Curtis Harris. Ouachita —Parish Judge, Roher: Ray. Sheriff, John H Wisuer. Recorder, Charles Delery. Assessor, M M Grady. Coroner, Autoiue Overton. Justices of the Peace, second ward, J B Filhihl; third ward, C Delery; titili ward, H C Gilson; seventh ward, S Q Clevmger; eighth ward. A Ger niaiu; uiutli ward, W F Parker; tenth ward, N Guyton; eleventh ward. James J Butler. Constables, secoud ward, JC Sanders; third ward, J R Nelson; fifth ward, Wm F Clark; seventh ward, Wm Sullivan ; eighth ward, R Mayer; ninth ward, A Myatt, Police Jurors, third ward, Robert Dortch fifth ward, J T Swan; seventh ward, Wm Henderson. Plaquemines—P arishJudge, W M Prescott. Sheriff, Patrice Leonard. Recorder, Ed ward Butler. Assessor, Alphonse Reggio. Coroner, Bartholomew Daunoy. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Alphonse Reggio: second ward, James Berthoui; third ward, Armand Duplessis; fifth ward, James VV Mead; sixth ward, TJ Thompson; seventh ward, Charles D'Arruas; ninth ward, K S Cubitts. Constables, secoud ward, P For third ward, A liolier; fourth ward, Andrew Barrois; sixth ward, Ephraim Os good; seventh ward, E Colombo!; eighth ward, Dominic Marasplno ufuth ward, Francis Bailey. Police Juror«, first ward, A Lesseps; Secoud ward, b W Huntington; third ward, Charles 8 Duplessie; fourth ard, Wm R Jarvis: fifth w;*rd. Roue Sarpi; sixth ward, Jacques Barthelmy; seventh ward, T J Decker. Pointe Coupee— Psrish Judge. A Bonau chaud. Sheriff, L B Dayries. Recorder, Chas Poydras. Assessor, Pauline Pollard. Coroner, George Fernandez. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Geo VV Brian, second ward, D T Merrick; third ward, It W Coyle, fourth ward. 8 Harfuen; fifth ward, L Al lai»; sixth ward, Thorna* Ducket; seventh ward, F Brunet; eighth ward, Leon Pucuir; ninth ward, Eugene Poydra-, tenth ward, L Hutchinson; eleventh war I H Bergeron; twelfth ward, H Pascalin; thirteenth ward, A Major; fourteenth ward. John C Lom bard. Constables, first ward,Joseph Gallon; second ward. David Barb n r. third ward. David Gay; fourth ward, Jeff Harris; fifth ward, T Phillips; sixth ward, E Garcia; sev enth ward, Lewia Linds« y; eighth ward, Eugene Touruoir; ninth ward, J Cacser; tenth ward, E Manchester eleventh ward, A Bertouier; twelfth Ward, E Major thir teenth ward, M Aguillard; fourteenth ward, E Taylor. Police Jurors, lir.-t ward, Calet Hatris; secoud ward, D T Merrick; third ward, JohuMoebuis; fourth ward, Il Tour noil-. fifth ward, M Tirerai:; sixth ward, R J Cooley; seventh Ward, W A Adams; eighth ward, Leonard' Porche, niuth war»!, J H Warder: tenth ward, T Samson; elev enth ward, P. Q Le Bean twelfth ward, J B St Cyr; fourteenth ward, Ludovic Ro ll.Hard. Rapide?— Pariah Judge. J II C Barlow. Sheriff, A J Sypher. Record r, A Baillio. Asaes-or, Joe Smith. Coroner John Dela cey. Magistrates, Alexandria, E C Leckte, It L Fox, VV VV Whittington jr Clieney ville, EL Brasier; PUinauöe, H D lohaihen; Co tile (tio vote); Hmstoa, J J swau: Huddle ston, P H K ivanaugh; Goree, J B Llnci cum; Holla way Prairie, J S Tally. Cin stables, Alexandria, Samuel Fellows, W W Harris, H Webster; Ofisney ville, C Butler; Piaisauce, I»Suiith; Ootile, VV G James jr; Hiustou; William Dean; Huddleston, H L Saunders jr; Goree, 8 B Lacroix; Hollaway Prairie, M O'Neal. Police Jurors, Alexan tlria, B C Duke; Cheuejyllle, M Boa; Plai sance, B G McKinney; Cotlle, Jesse Clifton; Hiustou, S D Williams; Huddleston. T J Gill; Goree, G Labatt; Hollaway Prairie, J W Smith. Sabine— Parish Judge, M B Edmondson. Sheriff, V A Montgomery. Recorder, J Da vis. Assessor, J J Sa'ter. Coroner, C Bray. Parish Clerk, W W McNcely. Magistrates, first precinct, J Kirk; fourth preciuct. G W Small, J Cox; fifth precinct, L P Ryan; sixth precinct. A Lost; seve.ttii precinct, W T W Ovids ; eighth fijgtijmct, il VV Scog gins; ninth preciuct, W 8 Elzy; tenth pre ciuct, Thomas Wiley; eleventh precinct, (tie vote). Constable«, first precinct, J J Kirk; fourth preciuct, \V Summers; fifth . .cinct, J Ferguson;,sixth preciuct, H C Bal iridge; seventh pradnet. C P Waldrop: eighth precinct, A 0 Salpb; niutn preciuct. J Isgett; teutn preciuoL J Tylor; eleventh preciuct, J Letten. Police Jurors, fourth preciuct, E Duggan; fifth preciuct, W T Quirk; sixth precinct,;j J Jac.-bs seveuth precinct. H S Kennedy; eighth preciuct. W A Youngblood; ninth-precinct, J Tines: tentii preciuct, W Vinesieleveuih preciuct, E Dugga». , Sr. Bernard— Parish-Judge, a G Thorn ton. Sheriff. Aut ChalM*. jucorder, Frank Gieesoia Assessor, P A'fiomseau. Coroner, J B Jacque. Justices Of the Peace, first preciuct, VVm Guttschafc* second precinct, Philippe Toca; third precincr, Adelurd Es topUial; fourth preciuct, James Darby; fifth precinct, Bas.lo (>livi«r* sixth precinct, Heury N MoOrea. Couatxblee, fir-t preciuct. Isaac Pr«)fiitt; second |precinct. Joaquin Gonzales; third preclact, Michael Bell: fourth preciuct, Louis fifth precinct, Philog*#» Augustine; sixth preciuct, K vas. Police Jurors, first precinct, L Fa z**n«le, William Gottschalk;second precinct, Philippe Gatierez. Ant Chalaii third pre cinct, Adélard Estnplÿl Joseph Warner; fourth preciuct, Pablo Mio, Heury Verntt: fifth preciuct, F HuraHe, Adam Toussant; sixth • • — 6t. Sheriff, w __ _________,____ Ijevi. C«»roner, 8 Justices of the Pt-acc, first ward, Thomas Cansou; secoud ward, Daborn Finley: third ward. Robert A Leslie; 'ourih ward, John Bailey filth ward. Isaac L«vi; sixth ward, John Leouee. Constables, first warijgjl^vi Davis secoud ward, George Ess. x: third ward. Moves Kmny; fourth ward, John Fox; fifth ward, ■•.h.. (J.xMburt ; sixth ward, William Smith. ».*.ioe Jurors, first ward, ||âckay Allen, 8 D Brou# ard: ««coud ward* 8 P Tilley, Win third »ard mntu witherinooa, William Muse; fodrtft ward, Leo Paul Boat t-e. Jamea Burh; ttfth ward. Lwumrd Green, Mivinr«» Lee; aixtli ward, Pasco Blaach,. 'aul Sainaoa. , nr. Uet-hNA —Parish Judge, Ja» H Georfre. She,id, -V A Garter. Recorder.'JJ Thump d.weea ir, G W Hatch. Coroner. John .»■ Justice of the Awe«, flr-i ward, W J Hunt; aecnnd ward, Rentou Thompson; third ward, B h' Hudeoa, fourth .rard. Wil liant Demis; fifth ward, John Kattman; aixth »«rd. TO Bradford. J.£ Yrrlts «tventh ward, K L Dtau.hat.; SirkaviH., 8 B Dran eiiwt. Ct.tt.iatd»», tira» ward, John Burrl»; mini whiM. W F W »odwRrd; fourth ward, C « Hathoro ; •I a tu ward, will lain But, P Y Woskorn; h-veuth ward. W öi^dhnrn : Klrksville, ii'homaa Jenuius. Policé Jurors, first ward. W « 'alii hat ; aecoad ward 8 K Oorkernj 4'iird w+r\ W H Tillery; fourth ward, R Hai tie hi* fin n ward, 40 Bach; sixth ward, Thorn«-« Kmu. 8t. Jaacna-Parli.il J w dw e. Napoleon Vh , 8ti«riff, P 8 Therioi. Recorder, •ngaa deM*waor, Ja#eph 0 CUvar. Henry Bun j, Jusuoes of the Peace, first precinct, Amade Dosât; second procinct, J A Bourgeois; third precinct, N 8 Mhdrjj fourth precinct, T DeBoirg; fifth prediuct, Oscar Fazaue; sixth precinct, F Vil lavasse- seventh precinct, V Thibaut; eight preciuct, M Bourgeois. Constable!», first preciuct, Thomas Holmes; secoud pre cinct, Victor Miles: third precinct, E Dugas fourth precinct, Noel Brand; fltth precinct, W Johnson; sixth precinct, Arthur Perique; seventh preciuct, Thomas Jefferson; eighth precinct, J G BurgeoiP. Police Jurors, first precinct, Florian Brignac: second precinct, Napoleon Underwood: third precinct, F Johnson: fourth precinct, Noel Brand: fifth preciuct, T Brand; sixth precinct, Adam Traverse; seventh precinct, Andrew Ross; eighth precinct, Antoine Domino Sr. John Baptist—P arish Judge, Robert B Carson. Sheriff, A Oubre. Recorder, George W Combs. Assessor. Andre Triche. Corouer, Wilson Watts. Justices of the Peace, first ward, John Prieur: second ward, George W Combe; third ward, Daniel Will iams, fourth ward, Coleman Butler; fifth ward, Audrc* Triche: sixth ward, Louis Andey. Constables, first ward, J Harris; secoud ward. Henry Demas; third ward R. Gordon: fourth ward, R Drew: fifth ward, J Stewart; sixth ward, A Aymaes. Police Jurors, first ward, Charles Vial. V Corüurn Bualth; secoud ward, Edward Roussel, Henry Carroll; third ward. Abraham Holly, Samuel Dangerfivld; fourth ward, R Blew, C Clements fifth ward, Celcstin Vicknair, D Sephaason : sixth ward, A Marquez«, A Smith. St. Landry— Parish Judge, Adolphe Gar rigues. Sheriff, James G Haye&. Recorder, De Avy. Assessor, J J Butler. Coro C H Pothier. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Opelousas,--Drinkard, D. Hill; second ward, Washington,-- Baillio,--Kavaugh, third ward, J. Arnaud: fourth ward, M Andrus; fifth ward, L David; sixth ward, D B Haves: seventh ward, W Elkins; eighth ward, V Savoie; ninth ward, LStagg: tenth ward, J P Todd: eleventh ward, J B A Fouteuat; twelfth teeuth ward, L G Sloan; sixteenth ward, H Boutte: seventeenth ward, FSausat; eight eenth ward. James Mlers; nineteenth ward, G Delahousaie. Constables, first ward, Opelousis, Valery Roy, J Che vis; secoud ward, Washington.--Cockrell, C C Pitre- third ward, J Frillot: fourth ward. J Eglaud fifth ward, O F Laveigne; sixth ward. 0 Hayes- seventh ward, A Somier; eighth ward. F Dupre; ninth ward, A Fon tenot: tenth ward. \V Carpenter: eleventh ward, E Vidring; twelfth ward, E Lafleur; thirteenth ward, A S Foot: fourteenth ward, J.Dejean: fifteenth ward, J R Law less; sixteenth ward,---Landreneau; seventeenth ward, D Sebastien; eighteenth ward Wm Mlers: nineteenth ward, P Wood. Police Jurors, first jury ward, H Frilot; second jury ward, P Auzeuue. third jury ward, Elbt-rt Gantt; fourth iury ward, Oneztme Tate; fifth jury ward, J. G. Brooks; sixth jury ward, W Cottrell. St. Martin— Parish Judge, Theodore Fon telieu. Sheriff, G G Fournet. Recorder, J D Broussard. State Assessor, (tie vote). Parish Assessor, T J Aliisou. Corouer, J B Babin. Justices of the Peace, first ward, Gasper Gall; second ward, Tranquilain Amy. Richard T E »stin; third ward, John M Tuell; fourth ward, Johu D Thorn. Con stables. first ward, Ernest Bazayou: second ward. Antoine Amy, O. Dolahouasaje; third ward, Al« x Melancon; fourth ward, Alex Patin. Police Juror«, first ward, Ulger Dc cirir, Charles Mestayer; second ward, Pierre Jaurne. Louis E Lalvere: fourth ward, Ce lestin Arnaud. Valsin Irurne. Sr. Mary ParishJudge, Valentine Chase. Sheriff, H H Pope. Recorder, VV H Hun chett. Assessor, John Migcot. Corouer, Van Slyke. Justices of the Peace, E Bruthmyer, E Perret, Johu Fields. Con stables, A L 0 Frilot. VV McOreggor, C House, Louis Papier. Police Jurors, Chas Darly, R Martin, A Tibbs, Eddy Luce, H Anderson. St. Tammany— Parish Judge, Hiram New ell. Sheriff, Charles E Stevens. Recorder, E C Baxter. Assessor. Jackson Murray. Coroner, Charles Stratmau. Justice of the Peace, first ward, Will Tally; second ward. Joshua Dunkam; fourth ward. Théophile Gillespie; filth ward, Philo Bahm; sixth ward, Vincent Populous. ÄI Keeling. Con stables, first ward. James DePrist; second ward, M EStrode; fourth ward, NichBahm; fifth ward, Isreai Addison : sixth wi Green Watkins, 8. Richardson. Police Jurors, first ward, Will Tally; second ward, sha Lewis; third ward, Carlixto Ducre; fifth ward, Thomas Mixon: sixth ward, Losset. Tensas— Parish Judge, Hiram R Steele. Sheriff, JameaM Gillespie. Recorder, Geo Givens. Assessor, Sylvester York. Coro uer, Wesley Dixon. Justices of the "Peace, first preciuct, Audrc w J Bryant; second irccinct. Lowry Camack: third precinct, iobert Worrell: fourth precinct, John S Voodward; sixth p»reclnct, George Givens; seventh precinct, E P Pollard. Constables, first precinct. James C Lieper: second pre cinct, Frank Gull: third precinct, John Nichols; fourth precinct. Henry Jones; sixth precinct, George W Washington. Police Jurors, first precinct, John V Sevier: second preciuct, Johnson Montgomery; j third precinct. Eli Tullis: fourth preciuct, j Henry Nichols: sixth precinct. Alfred Fair- j fax; seventh precinct, Ransom Hail. Terrebonne — Parish Judge, Alexander Johnstone. Sheriff, Frederick Marie. Re corder, John J Mashaway. Assessor, Alex ander Payan. Coroner, Authony Drayton. Justices of the Peace, first precinct, J M Sheridan: second precinct,' W I) V Downing; third preciuct, Samuel Lewis; fourth ore cinct, Jamea Painter; fifth precinct, M E Levron; sixth precinct, T B Talgout; sev enth preciuct, VV A Lawson, eighth pre cinct. A Payan: ninth precinct, (tie vote); eleventh prétiuct, Robert Gray: twelfth predict, Emile Geibe&n. Constables, first precinct, Theodore Adams: second preciuct, Taylor: third precinct, George W fifth preci fourth precinct, François Delat: inet, E Leb' ufjlilxth precinct, T Portier, seventh preciuct. A Basch: eighth Boh*------- ' ■PPPj*. twelfth precinct, Authony Garnet. Police precinct, Henry Bolden: ninth precinct, PS tlalbrough;eleveuth preciuct, P B Harding; Jurors, first precinct. J Redman; second preciuct, Augustin Babiu; third precinct, Henry Jone«; fourth precinct, J A Leonard; fifth precinct. A Llrette: sixth precinct, J B Dunn: seventh precinct, James Deyer; eighth preciuct, H Picon : niuth precinct, Henry Roddv; eleventh precinct, Robert Carter; twelfth precinct, Joseph Leblfcncc: Thirteenth precinct, J. Rochel. Union— Parish Judge, T B Tompkins. Sheriff, W W Guthrie. Recorder, W C femith. Assessor, Il P Bruton. Coroner, H F utch. Justices of the Peace, H W Ramsey; twelfth ward, E 8 Pipes. Constables, H J Tignor; twelfth ward, H Stinson. Police Jurors, J R Goyne; twelfth ward, C R Rally. VERMILLION—Parish Judge, E Gucgaon. Sheriff, A Lege. Recorder, Leo Perret. Assessor, T Stelley. Coroner, Joseph Gou tterez. Justices of the Peace, secoud pre cinct. James F Lee; third precinct, William Kibbe, Lostie Brouaard; fifth precinct, H Uoffpauir; seventh precinct, II P Stake#; eighth precinct. A Gllette. Constables, third precinct, J G Wiley; fifth precinct, Lesein Abshear. seventh precinct. A Bourgeois. Police Jarors, first precinct, A C Brouxsard, second precinct, B LcBlanc; third precinct; T Stelley; fourth preciuct, P O Broussard; fifth precinct, M«*tin Server ; sixth precinct, Joseph Nunez; seventh precinct, Elio Le Blanc; eighth precinct, P V Miller. Washington—P arish Jndge, J J Slocum. 8heriff, John 8 Spring. Recorder, John K r cLain. Assessor, Frank Erwin. Coroner, B Lemear. Justioes of the Peace, first ward, Stab urn UyJu, second ward. R Schil ling. PolTce Jurors, first ward, N W Hold so;second ward, V VTornado. Winn -Parish J udge, A 0 B aiks. Sheri ff, W T Barnett. Recorder, J F Bellamy. As sessor, James M Flicker. Coroner, D H Boult jr. Justices of the Peaoe, first ward, J P Cook; i * * " ward, Wm iHBfwflvii_____— PBWWPWP soa; seventh ward, J oh* W Bird; eighth ward, Wm Lucky. Constables, first Ward, E W Mooney ; second ward, Wm Buckalew: third ward, J B Adams; fourth ward. W H Greenhan: fifth ward, A Ingrem ; sixth ward, -Robbins; seTe®th ward, Frank V. : 8h»rp: eighth w»rd, John H Strang. p 0 . Uce Jurora. first ward, Kilej Bevil; »econd ward. John Moffat; third ward, Ulysse» Snow; fourth ward, V'm Hammer: fifth ward, Wm Ingrem; aixth ward, William J «rd. Wm e r n u0ky Ward ' ' T ° hn ^ &T ' ^ «Jndiclal Ofllcer«. OF Dl8TU « OooBTs-Firat di» : .1' Edmund Abell; oecoad die Ixtui« Duvipneand; third fS»»*- Orlean., C M Emerson : fourth dis PauI E Theard: fifth district, Or'ean*, A \ mvant; sixth district, Orleans, Poli.» 8c ' eu,h district, Orleans, T W third di'»tri». C °i n r (1 dl8 i rlCl - Do " A Pardee; H n IM ei ?7 Train l fo " r »h district, d.sfnrt V r" .-,r i8tri ' d ' B T '"«»e?: sixth wfiS 1, E . f Wlia; seventh district, G M ?inth r àt L '. g S' t . t , d ! 8trict . James M Porter: A B l r e!î!l Ct ' f oht, qs*V7 r n; tenth district, i. imn. eleventh district, J I) Watkins; distrtctjw O^jdey* 0 thirteenth IhSTitTcr ATTOKNKYB- -Fir«t district, Chaa H Luzeuherg; secoud district, X.ingulin» McKayithmi district, James L Beiden; fourth district, John A Cheevers: filth dis trict, Me A Estcvan ; sixth district, Bolivar Edwards: seteuth district, Hubert Mont gomery: eighth district, George W Hud speth; uinth district, N A Robinson f tenth district, JamesS Ashton; eleventh district, N J Sandlin; twelfth district, Thomas J Hough; thirteenth district, William J Duncan. CLKKX3 0 F Distkct Court—O rleans, First District Court, N Trepagnier; Second Dis trict Court, M 0 Tracy; Third District Court. DC Byerly; Fourth District Court, Joseph Hanlon: Fittb District Court, Lewis Power; Sixth District Court, VVm Woelper; Seventh District Court, A D Bermoudy. Jefferson, second district. William Kern. Plaquemines, second district, 1) A Thibaut. St. Bernard, secoud district, J L Dupart. St. Partin, third district, J Aozer Loreau. St. Mary, third district, J W Lyman, Jr. Terrebonne, third district, R W. Francis. Lafourche, third di trict, Henry Franklin. Assumption, fourth district, Theodore Ixear. Ascension, fourth district, Rodoiph Brand. Bt. James, fourth district N 8 Landry. St. John Baptiste, fourth district, Alb C Bab cock. 8t. Charles, fourth district, A Dura pan. Baton Rouge, East, fifth district, B F Bryan. Feliciana, East, fifth district, C F Huston. Iberville, fifth district, V Aba die. Baton Rouge, West, fifth district, O M LeBlanc. St. Helena, sixth district, J H Pipes. Washington, sixth district, T C Bunch. Livingston, sixth district, D T Set toon. St. Tammany, sixth district, Fred Perrin. Avoyelles, seveuth district, A 8 Collins. Feliciana, West, seventh dis trict, Calvin Goodman. Point Coupee, seventh district, C D Hebert. Cal casieu, eighth district, Charles Giasspool. St. Landry, eighth district, Joseph D Richard. Lafayette, eighth district, A H Monuier. V ermillion, eighth district, Losti Broussard. Natchitoches, niuth district, James Cromio. Wiun, ninth district, Rob ert C Jones. Sabine, ninth district, W W McNeely. Rapides, niuth district, O K Hawley. Bossier, tenth district, Thomas N Braden. Caddo, tenth district. R J Wright. De Soto, tenth district, W B Taylor. Union, eleventh district, J W Reed. Jackson, eleventh district, J C Jones. Claiborne, eleventh district, S D Spann. Bienville, eleventh district, C II Murphy. Morehouse, twelfth district, Eugene MoFee. Ouachita, twelfth district, H M Bry. Caldwell, twelfth district, J N Humble. Catahoula, twelfth district, L Gip Duke. Franklin, twelfth district, W H Prewett. Carroll, thirteenth district, K K Auderson. Madison, thirteenth district, 8 S P Daugerüeld. Teusas, thir teenth district, Robert Worrell. Concordia, thirteenth district, J 8 Meog. The civil government hereby provided for is provisional in in character until after the amendment to the Constitution of the United States known as article fourteenth shall have become part of that constitution. Article 158 of the new constitution of the State provides that the terms of office of all civil officers elected under it shall date from the first Monday in Novembrr following the election. Therefore the officers whose elec tion is herein announced will only enter upon and hold their offices from that date. A vacancy occurring in any office in the meantime' will be filled preferably by the person who has been elected to it. If any of the officers whose election is herein announced shall be disqualified on the first Monday in November, 1868, to hold office, the incumbent at that date will hold over until the disability shall have been removed or a new election held. Cases of contested election wilt be deter mined by the proper civil tribunal in ac cordance with the provisions of the State constitution and existing laws. An official copy of tnis order will bo re garded as a certificate of election. By command of Brevet Major General R. C. Buchanan. THOMAS H. NEILL, Major Twentieth Infantry, Brevet Briga dier General U. S. A., Acting Assistant Ad jutant General. .Va Ex-Fedêrol Saldier *hoi—He ■ccelvci Eight Wound«—Dunver# or Being Jtepabllcun. A privat" letter received by a gentleman in this city from Captain VV. M. Twitchel), dated Pine Bluff, Bienville parish, May 29, says: W. H. Honneu« was shot last night about 11 o'clock, at his gate. I am with him. Have sent for a doctor. Don't know how his wounds will terminate. He has six or eight wounds, not, however, in dangerous parts. I will write you again. Mr. Honncu9 was the Republican candi* date for sheriff of Bienville parish, at the late election. He was a sergeant in the Sixth Massachusetts battery during the war, and a native of Roxbury, Masachusetts, His advocacy of the Republican cause, and his speeches during the election undoubt edly led to this result: that the enemies whom he had fought on the battle-field en deavored to assassinate him now that the war Is over. Academy mt Mnslc This evening is to be the benefit of Mr. Fred Yonkers, the musical director of the Academy, who is responsible for the good music produced there, which delights the multitude. The vocal glee club of the Turn ers' association will assist. An evening or two hence Mr. J. Kittredge, the attentive and courteous treasurer of the Academy, takes a benefit, and he, too, will have an immense house. The "Leap for Life,'* by Mons. Zsnfretta, the plaintive and comic songs of Jennie Engel, the fascinating ballet by the whole corps do ballet, are succeeded by the " Ku-Klux lvlan," a most mysterious expose of the doings and objects of the most mysterious order of modern times. The "Subterranean Retreat of the Klan' strongly resembles some of the startling scenes in the wonderful "Talé of Euchantmcnt" that had a most successful ran last winter. was not explained that on the first repre sentation of the burlesque, or whatever It la called, Durivage, the author, was indi-poaed to be the Andrew Jackson, General Let», und George Washington of the tableaux, usd the garments were fitted to one of the company on whom they hung loosely. The ladles act well their part, because they know ' there all the honor lies.'» The " Ku-Klux" Improve on aoiuaiu tance. The "Female Privateers" evoke peala of laughter night after night, and those who take stock iu it will have no cause to r«gr«t doing so. In preparation the famous oorolc trick panto mime entitled " The White House that Jack Built.'' The mana; log dramatic taien ent are already seek ! the sommer season. It seems pretty certain that the Senat* will finally agree with the House in redw ing a new elecUon in Alabama, but that the other reconstructed States will he admitted before July. BY TELEGRAPH. FROM WASHINGTON THE PROCEEDINGS OF 00RGREÊS LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE^ MISCELLANEOUS NEW| I DùMleoM to tL# Associated Press , From Washington. Wasuinoton, June 2— Senate* —The Jndl ciary repotted a bill recently passed by the House, admitting North Carolina. South Carolina. Alabama, Louisiana, and Georgia, with amendments. It comes up again to morrow. Mr. Edmunds reported a bill condition ally excluding from the electoral college the votes of the States lately in rebellion. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Sherman's bill regarding the currency was called up. Mr. Cainerou favored postponement of the whole subject of finance and currency to next year. Postpone«* till ^morrow. A bill modifying tiv t&iuS of Claims passed. It allows the r srnraeat to ap peal cases to the Su éy 3euHr. The Court may stay pay me / .Jgmeut with in a year after giving * f Uo.ng satisfied that fraud or injuste 6 '.a* Seen done the United States. Loy^Lj 'ust be proved affirmatively, and voluntary resideuce in the section where the rebels held sway is to be considered prima facie evidence of disloyalty. The deficiency appropriation bill passed. The bill continuing the Frêedmen's Bu reau one year was up. An amendment au thorizing agents to sell property occupied A houses, etc., was adopted, and the i school houses, etc., was bill postponed. Executive session. Adjourned. House,— After unimportant business the Morgan and Delano election case came ùp and was discussed all day. Adjourned. The latest figures elect Bowen, Radical, tavor by 83 votes. The following is Mr. Edmunds' Resolution: Resolved, That the States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Lou isiana, Arsansa#, aud Texas, respective ly, shall not be entitled to representation in the electoral college tor the choice of Presi dent or Vice-President of the United States, and no electoral vote shall be received or choice of electors, the people of such States shall, pursuant to the acts of Cougress in that behalf, have since the fourth day of March, 1867, adopted a constitution of State government, and shall have been organized, and shall be in peaceful operation, and such State shall have also become entitled to representation in Congress pursuant to the acts of Congress in that behalf. General Schofield has ordered the guards away from the War Department. He par ticipated in full Cabinet to day. The Senate rejected the nomination of Mr. Stanbery as Attorney General. Governor Bullock, Messrs. Blodgett, Cald well, and Farrow, of Georgia, are here look ing after reconstruction. A Montreal dispatch says a Fenian attack menaced at Prescott aud Cornwall, and certain to take place this month. The government has called for more troops, and the pay of volunteers has been doubled. Great excitement existed in Honduras aud Nicaragua, according to dispatches dated May 28, on account of tho renewal of British pretensions to ownership ot the Mosquito territory. The United States was expected to interfere. A dispatch from Cincinnati states that Chief or Police Ruffin will swear that he was offered $1000 by Coburn's friends to arrest McCoole. Mr. Stanbery's rejection by the Senat« is regarded as a very small business. The vote has not transpired beyoud that Messrs. Sherman and Van Winckle voted for con firmation. The Departments are to be draped i» mourniug in honor of Mr. Buchanan's: funeral. Mr. Colfax, in his letter accepting the nomination, commits himself to the plat form without any implied reservation. From Richmond. Richmond, June 2 — General Stonemaa has issued an order taking command. He orders that all orders heretofore issued be strictly observed, and all military and civil officers be continued in the performance of their respective duties. Chief Justice Chase arrived to-day, and i* the guest of Judge H. G. Bond. He will preside to-morrow, aud probably remain until after some of the important cases are tried. The Davis trial will be postponed until October by agreement of counsel as hereto fore stated. Among the witnesses sum moned are Generals Hartsuff, Wilcox, and Sharp, of the Union army, and General* Fitz Lee, Cooper, and Gordon, of the Con federate army. Burton N. Harrison, private Secretary of Mr. Davis, is also on the wit ness list. From Europe. London, June 2.— Abyssinian advice« »*<*p resent that civil war and anarchy reigned all over the territory lately ruled by Theo-, dore. The royal nominee of England was repudiated by the chiefs, who were armed against him, and several fights had ensued. A queen was in power at Magdala. The Egyptians were to enter the territory when Napier's troops had fully evacuated. London, June 2.—The grand jury refused to indict Governor Eyre, of Jamaica. The rear of the Abyssinian army was at Senafe. The widow of King Theodore is dead. Prince Napoleon is at Baden. « , . ■ The foreign envoy* at Athena protest against the admission or entrance of Cretan representatives into the Grecian Chamber*. The British neutrality commission report in favor of making the building of war ships for belligerents a misdemeanor. From Bstsbs. Havana, June 1.- The Cuban journal* assert that President Salnave had beam beaten by the forces of General Pkcto* Joubert. Salnave forced his way ont of the lines which had been drawn around him at the capital, and went south. HI* minis ter followed. From Mouthwo«4 IHmm. Bouts west Pass, Jane -Arrived, bark Moss Rose, Bustin, master, from Liverpool* ( with general cargo to flttMir. The towboat Calhowi arrived this morn ing from Mobile witn the monitor Milwau kee, bound to SL Louis. Mr. Charte* Delery has withdrawn from the Monroe W/tXligtncer ,and Mr. William F. McLean has aosunfed the control of that paper a* editor and proprietor. He say*: Wo are promised from a well known and »iftod pen a letter from New Orleans, mir roring to the view of country reader* that free aud easy Pari* of Amerioa, where goo<L bad and indifferent jostle one anotl*$ Where Sunday prajers are drowned by tfc» , lively airs or passing bras# banda; where the 'devout, wending churchward, blend with the tide of noman • life eietttog lake ward to the race course or name other scene of gaity. , , The San Antonio 2/eraM *aÿs that a gen tleman just from Lookhart reports tho Bit!» log of Mr. Walker, of Ammn | Mr. Montgomery, near Lockfaai grew out of the fact that Mr. had driven out of their range belonging to Mr. Walker. Mr. Wa to see Montgomery, and found t*' ownward, killing