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; ~ Rouse was oalled to order at 11:50 o'olook
L' m, Present
Hon, Ilh, Rpnnknr; and fcssrs. Aldioe.
.I ~ek, Barbin. BlrLer. Jireard. Hillitlni tiow
. Barron. IBarrett, Brady, Buuk. ,oerry, Boll,
rg Carlow, ('ony, DnltvIan. DUke. Du
ý '1e 7inal7. :Fituatrick. Foorrst r. G6aekina,
esp lutiengto, Hammond. Jo s, iKr
ooha¶qkennedy, {olly of Wlinn Kelly rf Or
Sidd Lyons I t, Lamaro, Lea. Loo
t of Orl , Means. Mrehoo. Nunei., P'lt
toer Prata, Pitt. richardson. K) land. Robert
. Ron, Ille. Wrigley. Hhaksporr,. Sel. Hullltr.
!- tee. Sh, llers, nmart.Taylor.Tromollnot,
w.orhle W .ahburn, Wood Williams.
S Oagu of Claibo.rrn. Young of East laton
8llXp-five membors and a quorum.
Prayer was offtred by the Iltv. Fatheor IHubort
Of the Catholle Church.
The Journal of January .ro wwr approvedl.
VICT'I'TIiONi AND) fMOhTlIAlA.).
Mr. Delavlgno orc.mnted the poletfln of liro
Board of Dire i)rs of thne t. Vincent's Ilomre for
Destitute Boys, No.::71 i3lnnvlllo struc't, sitting
forth the condition arld requl.irlrmtnnts of that
institu'lon and ask ing for an appropriation of
$1000. Tih pottllin wras rfenrrod to the (,ommit
too ol0 'ublli and Charitablo Inst l tlutons.
4.r. Boll prosilnted the innmorial of senvral
Dresdnents, onrnta, los aind ritgent of inlu.llrice
companis. and of persons rintersted noa undr
Writers and as stck.rkloltrs in insulrance co11
panlos, asking for a riduction ( n the tax and
license now dornanrlltd. Thi memoial was
referred to the ('omrnlltto on WVays rlnd Moans.
Mr. Koll,v. of OrlIan.s, iprosented a potitn lll f
elittinn of the Third MunlietIpl iilstlr'lt of the
slty of New Orlainll. praying lor the renovil of
the Mmall-Pox Ilowpitll to a more iwilr, rnd rntore
suitable lonlity. 'I ll potr itlon wvas re,'rrcd to
thsperclal committen on city InTfflrt.
(OMM I'I'TEIC A Il'li NT1 :D.
The HDopakr innolln fl tiiced i it hiiad nl,bi linL
edon theCo mmnl Ititon grl II re . I I iiniarnl
tion and Conmmre,. rniseid Iii pLunis'llllo' of
the resolution tof theo lllin, (Ilotpti'd Januairy
29. Mossrs. II. It. ItylandH. H. Ilii. k, I.. iotl
den. Ahorit Voorlilis, D . A. Broard, Jr., 1'. J.
Kennedy and John S. Ilillinu.
Il 'CoNMiIIEllATIO l N.
Mr Toin.s moved that the votllof the Tlloimi on
theina nnl npassagief I It hill. No,. ni. nit itl'd "A n
nact, to abtisti the otfflto of l.istri'rt Attoriley pro
lempor'e ho ro'onsidoroit, with liotloni p rvail
ing. on nmotion of Mr. l,of thel bill was lnlkllenl ip
and mnader nintdlu oirdelr oif Iht iday for Thtirc
day, F.'brulary 1. at. two 'cllqc p.. Ill.
Neiici i: or1 Llipt.
M r. (ha.k ins of i inwoln.gave i l'' tn linthat h ii a
future dly hli wout lintrliodiiuo IL hill to rllpeal
act. No. i4 of lthe i it of s1O, to i rovide the nitrn
nor of filling any ViILs''iry tihit lmay oetir in lit,
l.lio of (lovernolr anid Iintltiounit (,ovillnor
and for other Lu rpos c-.
ii 1.1il INT'in'iP I P 'l i.
The followilug Dol I rolioiiibr's intro(iiunid
the following efillit d hills, wiclh wrein ir,.l.
anudtinderl a .itIpenpliin of lthl c'onlitlllionclt
rule wortl plioiiqi, l to thllil"r 'o)IINl, I' llllll.
plcwed upon thtri tlhlndalr aid rpeferreid ito oni
Inlttroe, it. follows:
By Mr. Hluntingtoni
Iioui o billt No. t, "/A1 n i .el Ito tpii.itl to ioni
407, 408, 410 and 41:1 of thoe ('Htl oi I'ii,'tero pff It h
State of Louilliln."
And lHoui e blllJNi. .l, "An not,. to Ilnlit tih
timo withinl whit, liii. iiipivri of garni-shot
may ho (dlisprov''I or trav'rsodil. and within t
whtlh jrocoidt ini niilV hiuP tk t. p subini t y y
iroporty, righlts or cirodits iIn li., hiandls of gar
nlsho. i to writ ill of iitticicih ent o. o o firi .wip ,,
andi to repenl all Iltow or.i IpItS of iws inl no
filolt with or inonienui';iil with thu brot l-iioni of I
this ant.'
To tho (Coi t o n llll'ltlP i .1 i, jlhludi ry.
By Mr. IlluLpron
house hill No. t+2. lAn not, to provhitl for theI I
botter mlanlgeiiotlntll of tihn LIou.isania IsiiSlii
tutions for thu Diea 1ni Dumbni and for ithi,
llitnd.
To the Committn lli,' P1i uliP' a:nd Chalrlitable
Instltutions.
By Mr. T,lor
house hill No. (':i, An notl to fix the acsih do
posit fore on Rulls Ilhsid in itho district and plir- g
ish courtst hroiiughoutl liho Malte. Ilii parislh of
Orleanll e"ie. olipted.
To the Comnmitteo on the Judlripry. i
By Mr. Hill of Orle nq. -
Ilouse hill No. C4, ain not to iunond inn ro
enaet s.Octlion 'a of ths U0ovl0iid Stilla ltec of Ih1w
state of lnolsiulltna. i
To Ihe Committoo on Ilit. Judli:ilry. t
Mr. Voorhirsi in thio Chair.
]ly Mr. Ilorry- It
House bill No. ft. an lrot, to trovtlo n form of I
govornnull.lO t fir thu atm iniistration of tihe alTa:lr
of the city of It o(lw O"rlon, t ote'.
To the Spetairl ('mmirniittec on City Affairs.
LEAlVE O. AINEIN(:IC.
On the mnotion ,f Mr. M(tlohpn ]irveo oif ab- 11
sonole was grilntcdl to Mr hunllltiIgLon for tw
days. ant ortlhi ritioni of Mr. 1)olavigne lpa\v'
of absonceo was grlanted to Mr. Wod f.r four
dalys. T E
P PMMI IT TIaI' ,lEIutrl. i
fly consent. of tih tHus' Mr. .nuina',i Chuih'
manll, on behlilf of lih (hnilrnlmitte on thu Juili
riary. prosleOtit, i ollt oif th le rg ulatr oritr of
busrlnus., tllIa r fitwg report: L
N EW (tili.-:ANi ,Tain. 11. 1877.
To the Hon. Fpcnkltlir nnll iiou. iers pif t hlo Ilou-a il
of ltl rlet 'Hs'll Liiv ,i :'
Yoiur Coluliiltin mn Julitiai'ry bhiove the honior
to maike the foilowiag r'lorlt;
Favoriably oin IHopau"' bill No. ru l ai a >t r hiativi
to t.ho trnllsfir ' of slo k.s, iinl ii , ii lniiiiti and re- a
enact inct(tion tlire'i huinidrei ii tnllhilttelni ofl tl.e
evinsed StnLtuilf'i i tt iI iito oif L oui l -l ili I.
Fiavoratll y iln Ilons, o Iill No. 47. nl ili'i to r
ievnrty-four of lio t 1vl-ei l I ~tltluCI of Ithe
State of llillsiliii.L
Favorlnctiy on lIuiPlI bill No. 49 i an ct to b
amend a -nnil i'i- lL t t l e h oL l nliltitid iin ilact ti
animend ardt re-cinlrct rucltlI ils threh hliundrid otam
Iltity-nine, thlr t hlli~rit Ild a ind sily nlid I ltriu
hundred anirlll sixty-one of the lieviseid ttltultp.
alid to do iI awaLy wvit' illlcic1'ry i'ipst Iland (lx- I
penso in thie cniicietlinig of otbetal bonds. lup
proved March 2o 1s73.
Favorably. "with almonplminls." on iunser
Bil, No. G;. tn ilar I'olnt ive to Insurlli' , c milll aLl
Dii's liot i: ipu ior i 'i rated by thl lLwiu i ' iliii sta i . ,
pind requirinug tihm to ii lirii tlgcntlis onl wihom lli
jegat p rip'p'i-(c ililRV LY eti snur\'
yavornaibly. "with imrnilnlnhnt." oill ]Iouse o
Bill Na. 41. nii nlI Ilxiig (ir provliang fior the o
salary or c'OiilmllelnstOl I ,l beo paid t tlii tClork 0
of the Supe'ior (rliinal Cnou rl for thIe parish of
Orleans ilnd the di'lplty and ils-l..tint clerks
thereof, and the mnodeo oif ayment tllerof.
]L F. JON tA. Chalrman.
JOINT itEsSIlON.
At 12 o'clock m. th,' Senate entered the Hall of
Representatives, Ieon. Louis A. Wiltz. Lieuten
ant Governor, presiding, for the purpose of
uniting with the House in aI joint se.sion of the
General Assenmbly with a \ lw to further ballot
ing for a Senator to represent the State of Lou
islana in the Fonate of the UnIited States for the
term beginning March 4. 1t77.
The roll of the Senate was called, when the
following Senators answered to t heir nlames:
Messrs. Boatner. 1eman.s. Ieros. Ellis. Eustis
Garland. George.. Goode, ver. ror. Kelly. Mitch
ell, Ogden. Perkins,. licrlihardIs, ioblertson,
Sandiford. Steven. l'e\ada. W\heehler. White and
Zachalre.
Twenty-one Snatot. and ii 'norum !f the
Senate.
The roll of the House was called and the fol
lowing members answered to their names:
Hon. . h. Bush. Speaker: and Messrs. Atli.e
Aycock. Barbin. Bridger. Breard. Bowden, Bar
ron, Barrett. Brady'. Buck Berry. Bell. Bill en.
Briggsa Carloss. Cressy. iDelavignoe Duke, Du
pree. Estopinal, Filzpatrick. Foerster. Gaskins.
Gilleaspi. tHamimond. Hill of Orleans, Jonas.
Kennedy, Kelly of Winn, Kelly of Orleaas, Ker
nochan, Kidd Lyons, Leeds, I amare. Lta.
Leonhard of Or cans. Means. McGehee. New
som, Nunez. Porter, Peralta, Pitts, Richardson.
Ryland, Robertson, Rolle. Ridgley, Shakspeare.
Self. Spiller. Stngg. Steele, Sellers, Smart, Tay
lor. Trer let. Toler. Voorhies, Washburne,
Wood, WildW. Williams, Young of Claiborne,
Young of East Baton Rouge.
Sixty-seven members and a quorum.
The purpose of this joint session was an
Snoaneed by the presiding officer, and the nomi
nations were read, as follows:
eeassrs Jonas, Gibson, Wiokliffe. Egaa and
no further nomlnatoas. the zell
A,, ro~e r mn 0 &rma Le
~otýhrd r>, Bare &s aveart rn tgte
Smari. Ridgler, YV Ie oand xOUng o .laLi
borne- 19.
The followlng members voted for the lion,
Randall L. Oibson:
Speaker Buah. and Mossrs. Aldl.e, Barrett.
Bluck Hell, Briggs. UrOnss. lelhavigne. Eetopi
nal, hitlpatirlek Hill of Orleans. Kennedy. Kel
ly or Orleans, KIidd, Lamare. Kernouhan, Itollo
and Self-18.
The following members voted for the lion. R.
C. Wickliffe:
Messrs. Ianrbin Rbobrtson, Duroee Lyons,
Porter. Poatla. ltylandt. Spiller, Wood, Wilde.
Williams an nd Young of East Baton rIouge-17.
The following members voted for the Ion. W.
B. Egan:
Mboisrs. rariosa. Duke, (taskin.s Jonas.
Manls. , M(lohou, itts, Taylor and Washburne
-9.
The followlng members voted for the Iron. W.
A. Itobertson :
Measrs. Harrnw. Oilloleo, Kelly of Winn.
Nunz., Itlchardson., Milllio, HSellers and Tro
rnoullt--N.
Totrl vote. 87: necessary to aeholeo, 44.
No onie candidate havinuereeilved a majority
of all the votes cant, the presiding ofmtlor do
clared l, atthtero hadl been no reflltron, and the
Hnate, on the motion of Henator P'orklns, with
drlw to Itsi hamrrber.
AITEIt JOINT I.SIENoN
Tim busrness of the Hlouse was resumerood.
4ENATE ITITr,.
renrtrle Ib I No. in. "An act t, regulate and fix
the fee's and C( nponnation of lax collectors for
thiei rllection of all t.axes throughout the State.
and for tlie htiL g of property for taxallou in
all theI pairishes in the State, except the parish of
() orlan.'"
LWt5 |liken up. 1 undelr tih unflivorablro report of
tihe (ornrllltion (,of Iho IlOlHuil on Ways and
Mnirrin, all,. oir tle motion of Mr. .Loeds was
laid oinui thtuli wailluhnct to ci'l.
Holouto tills Nos. i. 30i. :u, 34 and 40 were taken
up on their secondrll rendoling under tile unfavor
ablo report if thi Comnmltteo on Ways and
MtranI. aind on thte mnotion of Mr. Young. of
Claibornlo. they wfore seveurrlly laid on the tablo.
.nrirJ'Otc to 'all.
ilouot 1111ll1 No. rn, trh revenue bill. was taken
ti llnd mrade thie sne'cial order of tlitI day for
Mondiylry, IFehrualrv 5, at 1 o'clock p. In.
llollre Bill No. 5r,, relatlvo to elorical foree Iand
insalariesl., wnI lltknl I1p anld nlllldo'ill es n)(i'al
order otf the iay for Nl.turdaly. February :. at 1
o'clo'k p. im.
O)n imtitlon of Mr. Wllds, thollonse adjorirned.
1'PEI'EI J. TIILEZI;VANT.
Chief Clerk.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL
OF TIIE
'IFTI'II (GENERAL ASSEMIILY
OF TlHE
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
KiEN 4TE,
Twenty-Siventh 1a)' ' Proceedlnnw.
HIENA'TE CIIAMnIIa STA'IrE o L0OIII5IANA, |
New Us l a'lms. Wedlt./rsdlly. .J n. 31. 1$77.
I'The S- IiI I not ptrrunit to Ildjournm'nt.
Iholl IH . otl st A.. Wiltz. loutlenall t Gove\rllior
and IPresldent of tth Hortln, lit the thnhtr .
On it 4'ill of thle roll, the ro,lowing -(,anatorl
anslwrd to their fnsnoo(:
Prs'oint Mo'Hrs. iloat o1r. Duiro4s. Ellis.
E stis (lnrlandi. (I org,, (I itdl,. (rover. li v.
Mir lheoll. Oud in. P'rkinr, Itilhardon. llt.hn rt.
son. n indilford. Htouvel, TexiUlA,. Wholilor. Wh1.to
anddt Zanlht rio- 20.
A slls it- Mssrs. Alllain, Ilr'ol rx. llrlvainit.
Iturchi, I nL!',. Iioisrsl,. )Unm noi. (Gihl. Iinlrer.
1,4l l n Lr . taltl H. bliluttoin, Twito'hel ll. l'1tk lloid
aind Yountg - 15.
On motiionr of Mr. holly, the ralding of th'
journaull in I dl ll wis rlls.is wnsed wilth.
sl;PotRTH O5F (5(0MMITTF51.I.
Blr. (to,i . crhal 'man of tIhl. Co omillot on
.Jud'idary, rpoirtld favorisbly uipon 11o. ts hill
No, 4t. oliillh.d ain snit to authorlyv Jines L0
gintdro, in o smaciptald minor, to practi o law
Ibfforl ally of theo coulrts of this lnts, alndi re
iomirn isdnld its tiusit1 o. w, w.1(l lies 1 vitr ilunder
(hio rulba.
Mr. Grover. Chairman of tie Committer on
Corporaalotis ,ntd Par, Chial Affairs. reported
favorablyol In oll lon sI bill No. t, olutitlIed "An
not to ineorporiate the town of On(nihilta City, in
lit,,e par oh of Union, to provil. for thio el.Stion
of Mlayor an Connillmon. to doll no tlheir dlutli
Intld to provido for thls governi nullUlt of lamtirol,"
iand roommnonded its passage.
Which lies over undor the rules.
ACTION ON Ia.'PORTH (OF ('COMMItt'I.EE I.YIN5 (IVEIL,
M r. (Idoo ealli sp the report of the Cosn
mitloo oni Judirciary on Ihouss bill No. ti. outs
ltied ain act to retpol act No. 1i.5 of the ilts of
to.sl, nit moived its adoption.
Adopted.
Ailsos, son Hu1, bill No. 28, entilltitd an art au
thorIZlnlg lntarles public to dminisiltor oath
and llnk ackn. owilndit ents, whi'h, (lion motlioni
of M(r. Goods, vis Msolisdoted.
Mr. (Ioode moveslid that House bill No. s t2bo
Iadopted on its sceond roiuling.
Mir. Ihlatner i oved to ametlid ..ction onero iy
inserting alter Ihii word "ap'ointled." it line
eloven, "nllnd qualillled."
The il antmondenllct was adopteod.
And, on motion of Mir. Itittnior, tihe hill was
adopteiitd up in its sconid reading lis ianl. ns.e.d.
(in nmotion of isr. (Goode the con1titutisonal
rils s iti tsuspeinded and the bill wita-s read a
third time itts anminded, liually asiseod, ltille
it lopteod and noticet ofi onrurronco ordered to
be senl to the House.
Os n motion of Mr. Roblertson the HSenate went
into executive s(80sion.
Executive session tilIng rals'd, on a (,all of
the roll the following Senators answered to their
names:
M.sors. e:itsner, D.mans, .uroros, Ellis Ei
to. (inlrisnd. (IGeorge. Goodie,. (rover. (elly,
Mlitchell, Ongdin. Pfrkins, lls. sirdScon, lRobrt
son. HSteveno. Teoxada, Wheeoler, White, Zachla
rio --20.
AbLsent--Messrs. Allaln Br-eaux. Bryant.
Burch. Cige. Isuniont, (tla, lliirpsr. siindry.
Salndiford,. Stanllp. uttoni, 2lwichell. WVlakc
tield, Young-15.
MIESSA(G: FInOM TH5E HOUrE.
HOUSE OF ItEPliEr-ENTATIVER,
New Orlteansl, Lii,. Jalnualry 31, 1877.
To the Honorable the Presidenxt and Members
of the Seatt':
I aim direc'ted by the TIous,' of Representatives
to illorm your honisorable blody thiat the Housesl
h v.lassedo the following bills- nnd resolutilon,
and to ask the cencurreneo of the Senate in the
Ili.rso bill No. 48, entitled an act authorizing
the (love. l(nor to anlpoint an Assistant Attorney
(Ieneral, deining his duties and ltxing his com
rpensatii(n. To ix the eommniisstuin whis(rh isiallI
hr rLpil tlhe' Attorney General iupon all slmnOlists
collelted by him and paid inlto the Stalte treas
ury, and to reCpel att No. 55. approved March :i,
1874.
Conu'ilrrent resolution concerning the trans
ferring of the Metropolitan Police to the city of
Now Orlerins.
And to inform you that the House is now Pro
pared to receive the -enato in joint session to
proceed with the balloting for a United States
Seiinator to repres -nt the State of Louisiana in
the United Stat.s Senate.
Respectfully, ete..
PETELI J. TREZEVANT'
Chief Clerk.
On motion of Mr. Goode. the Senate p' oceeded
in a irdy to the Hall of tihe House of Represen
tatives for the purpose of balloting in joint ses
sion for a United States Fenator.
JOINT SESSION.
The joint session was called to order by the
Hon. Louis A. Wiltz, Lieutenant Governor and
President of the Senate.
On a call of the roll, the following Senators
answered to their names:
Messrs. Boatner, Demas, Ducros, Ellis, Enstis.
Gariftd, George. Goods, Grover, Kelly. Mitch
ell. Ogdon, Perkins Richardson, loberson
Bandiford. Fteven, Toxada. Wheeler. Whi e and
Zaoharie-21.
Absent-Messrs. Allain Breaux. Bryant.
Burch, Cage. Dumont. I arpr, Landry.
stamps. Stto, wlt0h IW GI4~.
--. " ''
bthhowu* ia t £ it ltte 1oldn ALIembi ut
no.w Proceed to balot fora United States Sean
tor for the term commencing March 4 next.
The Seoretary of the Senate road the names
of the ooindidat-', to wit:
lion. I. F. Jonns of Orleans; Hlon. nnndall L.
Gibson of Orleans; lion. It. C. Wifklifre of
West Eollcana; Hon. W. Il. Fgan of Caddo
Hon. W. A. Itobortqon of Mt. Landry.
The rolls of the renpentivo branches of the
General Assembly woro then called, with the
following result;
lnnntor Demns voted f-r lion. Jamne Lewif .
Rnnators Ionatner. T'exadil. lnd IRepresa ta.
ftves Aveoek, IBridger Brerrd, 13 wdon. BItady.
Borry, Fonreter. Ilnmmond. Laees. Lea, Loon
hard. .Aew om, 'ekeqplnrn. HMtgIe. St-ele,
'mart. tlidlint. Voorhte,. nnd Young of Clal
borne voted for Ito.. II. . J.l,'nn-21 vote.
Meinators Duo.' . Kelly und White. end 1m0
rrnvnntatlve BusIIh, Aldig', Uinrrott, u.lnk. I',11,
Brigra, Crr.,sy. Thlnvign'. Esto',lnal, Fittpnt
r'ek Hill of Orlerans, Kinnwlv Ketlyot ('rlrivrne
Kid,) Lamnro, Kt r o(thfn, lthllo and telf voted
for Hon. It. L Gtihon--t votes.
M.ana'ols Pu it# , ('rover Ogdon. Perkins.
lticl.a d on. Inobertson andl teven. an0d Holrro
entbltiv-e RIlobertsoni, 1)uorr. ,vors,. Portr,
PIratll,, Ityland., IHariln pl,illtr. WVood Wilde.
Willlamt arnd Young of En.t ilt on htoug,
voted for lion. It. (I. WiklltT--1i vi tee
8entat nrr IEI. ftorg tand Mlilh,,ll. and Thn -
rroentativee I ariose. Du)ke. Onsklnt. Jfont,.
Mean,. Melohte, Pitis. Tyvlor and Wa-hburI e
voted for lion. W. 1t. Egnn--12 votes.
MHnnlto'. (}artlend, (God, MeHndi ýrd. Wheonle
end 7a'linrint . and lhnpre,.eIntal ives lBrron.
(Illlo.ntilo, Ke'y of WVtni. Nneni. I.tlllithrdlon,
tililieu, 4ollers inil Treurmoulut votedl lotr Hlo.
W. A. obe'rtson- -:1 votAms.
Total number of votes Cast, elghty-"oven
noen'enry tO Ia cholno. fortyfour.
The 'President dcllred thrtr as neither candl
date had rcereived a mi.jority of the votes ea t In
joint an.Rmrnbly, thorn wIs no eohelion.
()n motion of Mr. Hteven, the jlnt issenblyv
ndiourlled rluntil to-morrow, at 12 o'clock iml., tand
thl Ionllate withdrow to lt own hallirm r.
Ti'h Men tle wias elIlod to ordl'r by IlIIttIennti
(Govniv or Wllt,. Pr'sildent of the HSenate.
O)n at all of t.ho roll thl followingl Rlntturs
nIllweredt to their lnm.-e:
Mer.sr. ioltallnt. DOm1.), Dueroa, FIlls. Eun
Iis, OUlrlIand (no-,rv., GUoodn,l (Irover, Kelly,
Mitchell.lgd" . Pdrkin, . Pr In R ltc hltdson, leObort
son. +"rtndi .rd. -tuvown, 'T'exadl, Wheeler, White
and Zwhlriu -'1.
AlCsent-.-a,.'irs. Ailaln. litcn ux, iBrynt,
ltiirhd. (Oge, uln.nt. (lit. I iar ri . l1 ndl y,
tinumps, button, '1T;\it,'hull, W1ak"'l.led and
Young--14.
Mi. Del-nn aIkLi-li In cthetninrdl onenim'ous
consent to vili up Hloue., hill No. 4t, ''ntitled an
act to tut horlz, Jmeustn Loldro, atn nLuItlel
p1ted InI nor, to orvl tie iiiw It(or4 aniy of th',
courts of thit Mtate,. rotiertd 0upon fIvoralty
by the Juditllnairy C nimitite. it, ia ill, tvd thtit
adoptlon of th le rlepot.
llOn motion of Mr. )i'3lnlll the bill .us alt ptl. di
oit .ll i eond rl lllng.
Mr.i. Dotnt V ,iovi a frthl r s ll su3pt. n.- o , of
thls o Insti IIt.u nIIII 'l' to pine., lh l )h hill IIt IIn
its third rieading, aitnil h rulo, wer Ii'n
ThoI ill (II rd tird in
P'i. Ilrtmin n((V et that it -fiAli.oi t /lupin
The. roll w.t.s m l ld with tht fllwht i r-uto:
Yeiis M-li tt' r . ]l l rL ,,n'r, ),(Io i , lI)u'ru'r . )1 ,ll-.
.',.org;,,. ( eo . -ro ,,r. o r , Ily, M itclh,,ll. i) tden.
Perkins, Mandrford, Nov~n. .TnmbI Whoolor
atys (Garlmi,. Jtl,'h:trd, on. , WV hit',. Z/.,,h ri,,
intr 1,h. C(aro , i mrmon ., E .lti,. (;G a, It ,rl,,r.
Landry. ttob| rtIon. hthLlpl . ,ut ton, T'lwtviceil.
W'IakIIPIe, I and Y'ounig- Ii.
Th- bill was finluiy ped',', tileo ndopt",d, nIe
noti,'e of ( ' 'll rr",riron. oldl'ered to h.' µ,l I tl, th11
Mr. O,.wli n-,ked awll etain',d ulaniidi ,ius
contiont to cill up the frllwin ,',,on urrlnt
"ttolt illeonl:
(Co 'JR'(i eNT UlT it-bo,)L TION.
I, it r,'vrohel ih, t l,,, 1e, ?'-, of /,t ', d r t alir,,.s
of /1/ ,M'hl,' of. I,,+roa0' a,,I . Ili' ,"/,/ rw rknote ' ',< l.
That tie Hpoe'inl u.uolrl tee nn ll ity A htni.. in
the IHouso, and th e [o itrnmith"en e the Mlrea'<l
it-anr 'Polie'0 in theo lenalit he ins~ltr+u"t'd to ro' nl'
a hill. n h'ting jointly, to bholiish the M,.tropolitnr!
l'oin' law. and proId''Il' il<thl., hn£ishlti o with
t view to the trnnsforr, f the puli,'' of tto elty of
N,.w Orleans to th( city.
M1r.Ogd)y, moved the atlopfil (hof th, r'.'so
Iution.
Mr. White mnoved to amenld Itll, rislutitIn by
striking out all aftetr the words with a vlew, andit
nlsorting in lien thereof the words " to si' ire'
an elfiienIt p)oli 0 fore' for th ity of N w (Ir
lhans. givine the utmioSt limit Ito the rihtit oif
local ;elf-igovirnn|n'it io pl.tihtni with of
flelonr y."
Mr. ItRobrtson moved to refer the. resolution
and. amendlll'nt, to the Cominil too on JllJll.itiry,
On which m Lotion Mr. EnItIs lidemlandled tllhe
yeas antd lnays, whlch renilttd as follows:
Yea1s-Me-S'rs). I mins. EII- E. (EtiG..rovIr.
lirclhardson (l . )IoborIl()l. Sitvn I 1111d Wht11t4 R.
Nats-Mf iHIr'.. Ilaltnier. lueros), (ins ltn(,
(1'i go., (nil ood , Kelly. O()g. n, l'.rkins,. thindi
ford. Textbl, Vi IWloier anIl Zac'hriaev- 12.
Ablsenl s.1, su . A" . lit, Jtr'"- ur Bryant,
-lurh, (',tI o, ) nimont, Gi tl, It ,r i, l lrlan ry
Mltch ll. "tatrnms, b ~utitn, 'lwitc hell.' Wakl i dhl
and Youn --1.
And tIll ration to rfer was l tot.
MDr. Kelly mrovd to lly tll alintridment on tll
tialI' uonli which moition lir. (larland du
nianlld lli;c ynsU anId lliiys.
'I tie rol. tbin ic lled ren uttl'd a foIl ws.
Yans-- MLesrs. lBoat nir, Ii'r. iS, (l.rlain,
(G erg . oo .1,, (I-rI . IK tIly, O;den. I',i kin .
ni d tifold. SitevLI. T ' tIixa5 -12.
Nays- M)i.esr. l ),*no a. Eilis. E sl.tis, Ilichard
Son, Itoheritso.l, Whel1r w it,', Za"il..iire .
Abhtent--lMosrs. AItlatn. Imra iux. Irynnt.
Burch. Cag., tDumont, l. la. IUar pr Landry,
,,ituhell. e tamn s, Button. 'witlchell, \Vakellell
andi Y.oung- 15.
And thI amendmelnt was laid upon the table.
On motion of Mr. White the Henalt went into
iexeutivi n'ssioIi.
Executive session b'ha ralsdil upon a (icall o
the ro 1. the following enuators answe.red to
heiir nit 'iaes:
Meors. loa'nor. Donnas, i)uiros. Fllin. Fu-
tis. (larlandu. Gorge, oinodin,. Grover. Kelly.
Mlitchtoll. Ogden, iPerkins Itl.h trd on, Itoibert
son, landuird, TLxadll, Wheiler, White and
Zachtiarie-2l.
Absent- Me.ssr. Allain. Broau. lBryant.
Burch. Clag'i. )rnit. lIa, Iri lrr. La.dls y.
ilaln i.s, t8ivenl. 1' itlltell. Walk ll I.1 iind
Young- 15.
Mr. DeUnas in the e(hal r.
On motion of Mr. Ogden, the vote whereby th,
amendment of Mr. Vihite to House concurrent
resolution, relative to the Metropolitan Police,
was laid upon the table. was reconsidered.
Mr. White moved the adoption of the amend
ment.
Upon which motion Mr. Garland dena':dted
the yeas and nays.
The roll being called resulted as follows:
Yeas- Messrs. Boatner. Demas, Eustis, Kelly.
Mitchell, Ogdlin, nilar, ion., noubrtlon, andi
ford, Texada, WheeldLi, l Whlte and(l Zeharie-- 13.
Na-ys-Moesr-. DocIros, Garlaniid, George.,
Goods and Perkins-5.
Absent and not voltinr-Messrs. Al1lain,
Breaux. Bryant. Burch. Cage. Dumont. Gla,
Grover, iHarper, Landry. `,tamps, tteven,
Button, Tw tehell. Wakelleld tt Yoiung-17.
The Chair declared no qluorumn voting.
Mr. Stev n, when his name was called stated
that he was without the bar of the t enate when
the question was out. and made the point of
order that, under rule twenty-four, he could
not vote.
The Chair decided the point well taken.
Mr. Robertson demanded a call of the Senate,
which resulted as follows:
Messrs. 3Boatner, Demas. Dueros. Ellis. Eustis,
Garland, George, Goode, Grover. Mitchell,
Ogden. Perkins, Richardson. Robertson. Sandi
ford, Steven, Texada, Wheeler, White. Zacharie
-20.
Absent-Allain. Breaux, Bryant. Burch, Cage,
Dumont. Gia. Harper, Kelly. Landry. Stamps,
Sutton, Twitchell. Wakefleld, Young-15.
Mr. White moved to adopt the resolution as
amended.
Mr. E.stis made the point of order that the
only motion that could be considered at this
time was the motion to adopt the amendment
pending.
The Chair decided the point well taken.
Mr. White movh. o 4.e " n ' d- tie't" -
meant. The rotil. 21 8 Ureslted as follo
.. Of t tr9 ngn to th e I ou t.
JohnI. n tl h a orlen, . nd to r eport If
fe fees charge by the lessees cannot e re.
duced.
On motion of Mr. Riohardson, the rules were
su1ponded and the roesolution was adopted.
On motion of Mr. Eu'stle, the pinate ad
jrurnedl until Thursday. February 1, 1877, at 12
o'clock.
JOHN CLEOG,
Becretoary of the oenatoe
OFFICIAL.
PARINl OF' LT. TAMMANVY.
'omiled d and eanvasnod returns of an elen
ion for Clirk of Court. Itcorder. I rish
Judg', Hheriff. Coroner, Justlice of the PeoalH e.
(icsretiihrl nod 1'. li, Juror., in a d for
tho ilarisI of tSt. Tammany. Rtate of Loulul
aila, Ihlid on the sov.ltlh dniy bf 'Novml
I,,r. A. Ii. 1176. Rnoridr a writ of hloutlonr
iiitid voptmlbor 16. 1574, ordierig same. ain
llursuant t, tihe provisions of nat, No. 1. notltlid
All a.t to tipeoll fnltioll. two. three and tw*.,l
I,v niX of atn at ontit/ln 'An not to roegtilate th
Ifredol i nd trl'ity of olecttons; to pireso'ribn
Ih.s ml t of mntkinig I,'turn thor'of: to provideo
rfr tIle eletol,n of returning officers mild do
lining lit Ir iwlowwrs ratnd dutles. to preseribe the
rimd i- of otlloring on the rolls of th He Mnato ad
ltouse of itrlrtnOrMltrtl ive,. and to ontorcRe ar
tclo ,nrl hundrei ad nud tir oif the const tution,'
atir vold 'overn,mbr 20. 1872. to corstitutle a
' oard of Canvnassrms. and to authoriae ratid
boir i to Itnn vlIas and ma o returds of the votes
cat tit the reoent eleol I n, andl to authorize con
ti .ts for oif(co in tortain ( aues." to wit;
FOR CLR] OF COURT.
Win. Morgan........ .......... C2
A. McGill ............................ ·
W. Morgan ........................... 1
W l. 1.. i-gti ....... .... .............. .
Will. . Moirgu......................... :
A. I e. B (tll ........................... 2
Allt llotll.... ....................... 1
J1c((Ill ..................................
FOR ReCOU clt.
Win. i(onnoy.............. ........... 424
A. ios(lon ........................... 401
J. J. l.,nttltO............................. 192
A.. If. Intlue0........................ 1
jo1 i' ................................. i
AmitioluI ii uflu ......•................. 1
Johin J. 5Motn1i ...................... 4
(1. Mt. oulto.......................... 1
loitloI ..i.r............................
J. ih.ltool .....r......................... 1
(olt PAIBI! JUDVOr.
(Iuatnvo D)r tlart....................... 551I
Hl.il rfrd' IIons or ...................... 0;:9
(I. liU p rt ................. ........... 18
laiii irt ..........
I ,lrl .......t... - ...................... I
.1. ll si.ot tr .................. 2
W. F. Pak. r ........................ 679
A. i HIiolitt ............................ I0
A. Shoult........................ ...... 11
A(lt ii t uioult .......................... 11
Wi. lir.I, lr........ ........ ..... 2
W it. I ',irkor ....................... .....
Will Parker........ ......... .. ..... I
PFtt Uil9oMlCl.
F. T)llch ............... ................ 614
Calvini (oop1( ' . ......... .. .. 549
C:. (' r .... ................. .- ............ 1
4(. 1(. (co, lpr...... ........... ...
- I )t'sc-! - - ............... 1
FPltl .1HiTll I i 'V TIE IA. APE.
Fi ret. War, I
it. E. T'1'(rr''ll ..... ..... ..... ....... .. 145
iiW. W. IHtnlln(dy.......... .......... 1:a
I(Hu . I'vallln ..... . .... .. .. ......... 1((1
N. Kli. ain .... -........... .......... ·
h lttil I ainlli l.......... ............ .. 15
I ,ti Ii I .'ll l t... . .... ...... .. .....
,iolirlan ntt I rrf' ll ................. 1
(i. I,. I(in nd'iii .................... 1
John i ll ' n' 1ill ........... ........... 2
Htilonrl I'n....
topii l M' ll. ................................. 4
Thii rd Ward
(hilka '. .......... n .................. !tit
t(n' si. ,,lt A iiion.... ............. . .. 11
I. IhM ilihoii .............,... ........... 12
EtI iili, A 'pEl llnt ....................... 121
,. l..l Hrh ri t Word-i .
1. It., i oorn r....... ................ .... . 2;)
IluM. I rlittni..................... .. 24
I- rail Jti ' sr ........................... li
,. lit'kr ..................... .... . ..... 1,1
It. I'. Uriffeu ..................... .
IIokt . l r............ .. .............. 1
Eigihth Word -
.Jo i, I ,l. ie .......................... 10(I
'T Ihii Itx ............................ 72
'V' o. Ul ouxi ............ ............. 15
FORi ('likNTAtLIS,:.
Firnt Word-
.ohhn ooer...... .............. * ......
Zalk , rinl.......................... N1
'I horn, 8 ii i routx, Jro.. ................ 7:1
E. l)lrnlniorr ........................ 57
Kugni. IL. Larlnit'r .. ............... 19
L. irlllnit.o............. ............ 2
- I t iim or ...................... .. 2..... I
J.lil(' li, i r, uxI ......................... 1
,. .1. lontiol . ........................... 1
ro'ind 1V1ar.l
Win. lltuprl(t.t....... .. ......... 48
Third W\Vard-
Joh n ddlr .................. ......... c
Johnt Huddlll..... .............................. 32
W. ,M. grolkltt.......................... 6
John J. Mt Koon....................... 1
I.ll.x A olionh.............*......... . 77
Jolllh nliddon ...................... 170
J,.'pp(i ial. ................... .... 1.11
,I I,. Stnl h .................***.. .. .... . 158
t.scs. . ltd,,biso n...... -............ 158
J. l liil l.y....... ...................... 5
,I. iLollidtay............ ................. 1s
Vi 'ior `cia vlier. ... .................... 2
,. Io~ tw-r-......... .... • ............ 1
J. I; fIlib rd ............................ O.,
.lohti t . I H a nllrtii .......................... 75
.J. It. Illl .... ..... ..................... 7
Johit ll a s .......... ................... 11
YOR PO[.ICE. J' IftPR.
Ian .dorlph G all atus .................... 467
A . I,. (Mrpll,.llt r u ........................ R44
A d ol hl ('(ou,1H t ....................... . ti8ll
Th,. Fltl;,orald....·.... .......... ..... 613
liih, rd W addl(· ................... ... 515
M. !1. TIlly. ............................ 524
Ct. Pcealon .............................. 4.9
J.r·,on (Gustits h ........................... 5.0
.T. A. .M1sen;r.......-................... 548
FI t g o ra ld ... . ......... ... ..... . . 1
Il. ( ,,ln tras ............................. 2
I ..ks ....-..... ......................... 1
W . I'ri I1 ..... ......................... 1
iy reason of which we. the und(tlrsigned
Board of 'al vatssers, pursuant to and by
virtue of the authority ves'ed in us by the
afolreai:t act number one, aporoved the
tih of January. 1877. do hereby certify
and proclaicm that the foregoing ii a true and
correct canyv as and comnlilation of the vo'es
tolled and cast at an election for Clerk of Court.
tecosd 'r, Parish Judge, hehriff. Coroner. Jus
tices of the Peace. Con-tables and PoliceJurors,
held on the seventh day of November. A. 1).
eighteen hundred and sventy-salx, under a writ
of election promulgated sixteenth September.
1578, ordering same. and according to the laws
of the Stat " of Louisiana.
And we therefore declare, certify and proclaim
that the following persons have been duly and
lo2a ty elected, as will morn fully appear by the
annexed tabulated statement. based upon the
returns mae acecording to law by the Commis
hloners of Election and by the Suvervisors of
Iegis ration of the parishes and warde i f the
State. to wit:
Clerk of Court-Wm. Morgan.
Rlecorder-Wm. Kennedy.
l',rish Judgle-Gustave Dupart.
heriff-W. E. E. Parker.
Coroner--F. Dusse.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Flrst Ward--t. E. Terrell.
Second Ward-Stophan Mezell.
Third Ward- harles F. McMahon.
Fifth Ward-Etienne Altuent.
Sixth Ward-Goo. W. Kennedy.
Seventh Ward-M. Dicks and J. B. Toomner.
Eighth Ward--Josie Colomer.
CONSTADLEi.
First Ward-John Cooper.
Second Ward- W m. Dunriest.
Third Ward-John Baddler.
Fifth Ward-Felix Cousins.
Sixth Ward--Zaek Strain.
Seventh Ward-Joseph Baddon.
Eighth Ward-J. B. Hibard.
POLICE ;JUROS.
Randolph Galatas.
A. L. Carpenter.
Adolph Cousins.
Thos. Fitz erald.
J. L. Dick-.
In witness whereof we hereunto affix our re
spective signatures at the city of New Orleans,
tuis, the 16th day of January. A. D. eighteen
hundred and seventy-seven, and of the inde
pendence of the United States the one hundred
and first. •LOUIS A. WILTZ. -.
,.eutenant Governor and PteJidn.ti , the B etm
' ate. : " .... -N ý, ;
authorfie said board to oanvas gna make re
turns of tho votes east at the recent electlon,
and to authorize contestt for oflices in certain
cases," to wit:
F0o OLIII OF COURT.
Fdward W. Condon ..................140..
Aubin urg .................................141.5
FOR REBCOIID IR.
Isham Pollan...........................1P0
C. Montegut ............................1425
FOR PAIIIHIS JUI)OE.
H. V. Hidnoy ........................ 2010
A. Julot, Jr............................I:sa
FOR tllRtLIFF.
Jordan Stowart................ .. -1974
H. F. liolanger.......................11
FOR (COILONER.
Jamos Dyor....... ..... ..........*. .. 19g:)
F. I. Forst .................. ...........1 1ld"
FOR JUTIC(IBE OF THE PLAC1.
First Word
Jam ,.s M . T olor....................... . 723
0Seond Ward
It. H . If ,w i ...... ...................... 210
Thir-i Ward
M. J. H haffT r .......................... 2(17
Fourth Ha;(I
It. tl. Cocke".... ..................... 7
Fifth Ward-
O. A. L ivotte ....... .................. ,o
tltih,,rd ra.......................... 29
Sixth Ward
W r.. Jon ............. ................ 0 l
John K. A'tko rtn .. .................... :9
(:han. 'J'onn e t ..... .............. .... 199
Wm. I.PAtnr ......................... 204
Seventh Ward
E V. Martin....--...... ............... 7 72
Eighth Ward
W. H. (amloboll ....................... 127
II 1'. Cra.ne................ ........ ) o
Ninth Wnrd
Fetlilenn Dul'antler.. --................ 8
Elevouth Ward-
lRot. Oray....... ............. .. 290f
Twolf h Watrd-
B. hlonvillain......................... 107
Ed. 1',"ndiltn --..-. -. ..... ........ 0
Thi to nth Ward-
Fllmuo olggs i n............. ........ 9:1
P'hilip Waltthors........... ..........-- 3
Fourteenth Wai d
Wmi. Reinhart ................-...... 124
FOR CONSTAIILES.
First Ward
D. Jtvkson.............................. 221
Second Ward
Walis smith....... ............... 210t
Third Ward
Jonas HoIndorrson.................... 207
Fourth Ward
J. B. ,M albroux .......... . .......... 59
Fifth Ward-
Emihu LIBoouff ..................... e0
T'toer tom lb .......................... . .s
Hlxth Ward
J itn U pshnaw....-.............. ..... 3
Fnon t illiams ..... -...............- :80
John Welltad . ...................... 200
lon ry Labat .......................... tot
'oavnnth Ward
Oenoral Lyons.Jr................. 101
Alfred P'iou -.. .-- .......... 40
Eighth Ward-
Alfre.d Itoss...................... 100
Ninth Ward
Alfrod Estoutflet ................... 8
Elve.,th Ward-
Wm. Lawrone ......................... 290
Twolfih Ward
Traismond Hlbort..........---....... 104
Henry Arnold ........... . ........ No
Thirtoenth Ward
Jerry Harris......... ............... 94
It. .I. Poni r .... . .. ................. . '
Fourtononth Ward
IL B. Burch. ............... ..... .. 177.
FOR 1OLC1F; JUOl 1t1S0.
Daninl Thomas.........................1G'51t
(i.nLratl Lyons. Sr. ................ .31i
W . I1. Keys. ................ ........ r,
( lilton , lang r -.....-................1977
1Fr,)z4n Hlotard ............. ..... 19 01
J. N. It b lu................. ...130s
1inghl O 'lito oLe ....................... 1.8
•lustii Urlsr it.. . . . . . . . . . .- :1301
O. '1. A ye.ak ........ ...............1315
Algustin, ltabln. .... ............... IE:(
By reanon of which wo.the un(Idrsignreod l..ird
)of C(an vitssors, pursulant to Ranld y virtl lllo r til
autIhorit y vlte)d in ui by th, aforoeaiel nt nullnl
h)or on). ap)troved eIghth .lanuiarv, 1877. I'
hrohy ',rtify mid proclttim that the ror,..,ing
i it trui and )rrnet 'anvrtw and o0p) )ilt.ionI
OIf the votes poll td arnd x Ot at an ('eletion for
'lt k of ('ort, it'order Parish .Judt).g ,hrilT.
I'oroner. .J uati ,e of the I'a.o.. bCostableC ani1l
I1'olio J1 urors, h)ld o)n the, rsvonth dlay of Nov
ornbr,r. A. LD. olghtern hundrtdl arit se.yevnty
six. Ilndr a writ of elet.ion prom lulgatod .i.x
tololth Meptermit|r, 1876. ordering OR)m1', andi a,
:ording too tie tlaw of thei' SHtte of Louinlani..
And w1, th orefro rhcltare, nortllfy and pro
'laIm lha the following peroons hav hboon Iduly
, td legnlly totnlt'd. a. will more fully atioar by
the tilnoxldl I abhIlnt ed ratmenOll t. )h;.sd u ponl
tho rot urns matd,; v'.ording to iw by tho Corn
mi.lionors of Etetlion and by tho Huporvisors
o, Itegiostratlion of the va1rislhes . ndr W)LarIl of
the tatal. to-wit:
Clork of Court-- Edward W. Condon.
Jt. c .rdor-Iaman Pollan.
)Parish Judge-- If. ( Hi!nhy.
tihlriff -,Jlrdaln Itoewart.
Coroner- Ja.nmos )Dyer.
JUSTI(C*K OF TIIH PEACE.
First Ward-JamIh o M. Tolor.
Holond Ward- - t. 11. Lewis.
Third Ward--M. .J. Hhaffor.
Fourth Ward--lt. H. (ooke.
Fifth Wnrd-O, A. Iivett.j.
Sixth Ward-John iK. Aitk.loens.
" Wm. Jones.
Htovenlh Ward-E. V. Martin.
Elgh h Ward--W. H. CamptIOll.
hinth Ward--knllitlln Uvihntier.
.lvecnth Ward-Iltoht. Ort.y.
Twvlfth )Wardl-BI. i .nvillaln.
Thirtoeenth Ward Fllhmore I)iggs.
Fourto. nth Wartrd-Wm. Itoinhart.
CONSHTAIILS.
First Ward--D. J-ekson.
H1eond Warl--Willi ,mlith.
'1 hiI i Ward -Jonas R(Itonderson.
IFo,)rth Watrd-J. U. Malhronlx.
Fifth W'ard--Emilto L,, 11)))fr.
hixth \Ward--itn, Upsh)lw.
Enos Williams.
Seventh Ward-OGneral ILyons Jr.
Sighlt i Ward Alf lad to)5.
Nint War,-Alrrtd E-toulet.
i loveInth WVLrd--Wm. lawrnveo.
Tlw ifth Wardl--TralsmonI Iletert.
Thirtcont h Ward-Jerry Harris.
F'ourtetnth Ward-it. 1. Bu11lh.
POLICE JURORBS.
Daniel Thomas
(toenural L.yons, 8r.
W. H. K,,ye.
Clinton Belanger.
Frozun Hiotard.
In wl noes whereof, we herounto afflix ourl r)
I)ecltiOe signatures at the city of New Orleans,
thlis, the sixteenth day of January. A. V. oigh
teen hundroed an)d seventy-s)vcn, and of the ln
dopendenoe of the United States the one hun
dred and first.
LOUIST A. WILTZ.
Lieutenant Governor and P'residont of the Son
I.OUIS BIUSH.
Speaker cf the HI0ou)1 of ltetrenentatives.
W, A. ItOBEItTSiON,
F. C. ZAOHElIE.
OFFICLLd.A
PARISH OF TANGIPAHOA.
Compiled and canvassed returns of an election
for Clerk of Court. ilecorder. Parish Judge.
Hhe" lif, Coroner. Justices of the Peace. Consta
bles and Police Jurors, in and for the varish
of Tangipahoa, State of Louisiana, held
on the seventh day of November. A. D.
1576, under a writ of election dated Sep
torrber 16, 1570, ordering same, and pursuant to
the provisions of Act No. 1, entitled "An act to
repeal sections two. three and twenty-six of an
act ent:tlid 'An act to regulate the freedom and
purity of elections, to prescribe the mode of
making returns thereof; to oro'ide for the eloc
tion of returning offliers, and deftting their
powers and duties; to prescribe the mode of
entering on the rolls of the Senate and House of
Representatives, and to enforce article 103 of the
constitution,' approved November 20th, 1872. to
constitute a Board of Canvassers and to author
ize said board to canvass and make returns of
the votes cast at the r'cent election and to au
tborize contests for oflice In cortain cases," to
wit:
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
D. H. Vernon ............. ............81
N. A. Sanders ........................... 38 -
FOR RECORDER, -
W. J. Lee......................... 781
S. M. Nheams .......................... 42l
Elias George........................... 284
J. H. Georae.......................... 14
- George.... -..................... 3
FOR PARISH JUDGB.
G. W. H. Marr....... ..............- 815
A. C. Crane......................... 576;
C. W. Crane .......... ............• ... 1
. W. Marr........................... 1
IOB.S.1BII.B, ,.,.
p ý t. - lI{j"ihfX,',! i
-.tu 1! s:logIC'ma 't
!ýd f.`fI
A. . Je vi.............................
. H haman .........................
Fixth Ward-
David -trl.kl.nd .................. 75
SB.xv th Ward-
F. M ItRobtrtson ...................... 1.1
Chariea Gardner ........ ...... 62
A lex. Hott .............................. 41
A . n ,tt ................................. 41
Felix M ix .............................. 1
1r01 (c0NSTA1BLE4.
First Ward
W . G . I cl ks ............................ 72
M oacs W olf ............................. 71
J F. M over ................. .......... 41
W l y ra ham ..................... 7
Heeornil Ward
(1. W. McDrinlnil........... .. 24
W . (. lBr eland l ......................... 1
Third War-.
lH arry N ls n .......................... 141
]'ter Origg by ... ........ ...... . 1,14
I,. W . Odu rn ............. ............ 4
Z. Tayl rr .... ....................... 46 .
(wvrue II tri.on....*.. . . . . .. 88
( org, F rsh y .............. .... .... 1
Fou rth Ward -
it. F M iller .......... ..... .. ... - 1
1). tEdwaris................ .. . .....
W . (. lBank toln ................. ..... 1
El:ijdah Mc'lanicl ...................... 1
Fifth Word
A. J. Was om................ ...... 48
J. 11H.(,Chapnrllti .... - ......... ...... 27
A. t .Jirvlsn..... ...................... I
Hixth Wnrd--,
ovrutih Ward--
N. Engil.................. ....... 123
. u ie ' Mnts ... ..... ............ 49
V.i, . W illitL ms.............. ... .... . 44
1. ilrhams ..... ......... .... .
P. Fin ................................. 2
Euglt. ................................. 2
FOR I'OLICE JURORH.
Edward Oookln ...................... 12
L. Parkre ............................ 1452
N. Armanker ............................ 79
ilartln Harley ................ ........ 71
J. i. I.levill...................... 27
Jiso Nanders.... ... ................. 154
O. M. Pierre............. ........- -la
Ilbhard H. Sules .... ..... ........ 176
Sandy Banks................ 12t
henry RIichmond ........ ..........112
H. M. Bankston ...................... 1
(1. I ltd ......... ...... ..... .... .. - 1
W . "ikers .................... ....... 1
D. T. Hettoon .......... .. ........... 1
Ily reason of which We. the undersigned
aotrdm of (Olnvas ers. purSeunt to and. by virtuq
of the authority vwstd'u in ) u by the afores id
li't No. 1. aporoved .In-larv 5. 1177. do hereby
certify and vroclaim that the foregoing is a true
and correet eanovis and comDllation of he
votem polled and east at an eleotion for Clerk of
Court. RIetorder, Parish Judge. Hhnrlff Coro.
nor Justlces of the Peace. Cons abler and Police
Juro s, hi}d on the seventh day of November.
A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy-nix. UB -er
a writ of election promulgalted ixteenth of Oep
tember. 1871, ordering the same, and according
to the laws of , fIen Htate of Lonlniinna.
And we thernfore declare, certify and pro
claim that the following versons nave bho n duly
and Ilgalliv lected. sr will more fully appear
by the annexe tabulateld stitreoent, Fh sd tt oon
the reoturns made aeccoritnig to law by the Corn
milsslolnrs of tIloetion and by the Hupor visors
of .tegistratlon of the varishes and wards of
the State. to wit:
Clerk of Court-- . HI. Vernon.
Ilecord-lr--W . LeJ. o.
P rish J.udre--G. W. HI. Marr.
Shiritff- Fotu4 P. Mix.
S.oroner - W. K. Ilhiederson.
.IrtUTICE VH OF TIE TPEACE.
First Ward -W. I. Krnnon.
It. I.. Drauchoan.
Mecionud Ward--W m. Mc Daniel.
'IJllrd Wurd--tUoorgo For.hay. C. W. Fa
condus.
I'ou th Wnrd-J. IT. Reeves.
Fifth Warrd--J. I1 C(oopr.
HNxth Ward--lI t itlI tricklind.
Hbventh Ward-F. Al. tuob.rtson. Charles
(Iardter.
('ON5TABLER4.
First Ward-W. (}. Ri,,lrs. MrHne Wolf.
Hii :"l \VWurd- (. W. McInniiil.
Third Wtrd -Ilarry Nelson.Potr Origgaby.
l.trtit Ward--B. 1 Miller.
ift Wi,rd -A. .1J.WaILncom.
Sixth W.Viird --No enlldhiato it tiis ward.
Ovunt.h Ward -8. Eranlo, Louis Dugge.
1I0 ICE JUltjlt8.
Edward Gokln.
1,. P'arketr.
N. Aiutv'ktr.
Martini }larncy.
.1. 11. EIev,,ll.
In wit.lne. whereof, we hereunto affix our
rispertive signatrlurrs, at tihi city of New Or
leans. this t.hi llftVnth (Iay of January. A. U.
i'ightyn hurndlredl and ev,,vnty-sevwn. and of
ith inhliindnore, of the United .tttcae the one
hundred and first.
l/)UIS A. WILTZ.
Llieutenant Governor and r rosident of the Bon
LOUISq lU4T.
tiSp,.akr of the Hioutse of itepresrntatives
W. A. IIOItIERTON.
F. C. ZACHAIIIE.
OFFICIAL,
PARIi4i OF UNION.
Compiled and canvaesed returnq of an eleo.
ti,-n fIr Clerk of Court. lt.corder. P rish Judge.
Sheriff, Cro, ner .1ist ices4 of tVie Peace, Von
stableh and Police Jurors, in and ior the parish
of Union. St:ite of Louisana. held on the sev
ont.h day of November, A. I). 1876. under a
writ of elf tlin dtIted Hoeutember 16. 1876. order
ing same. and pu reliant to the Drovislons of act
I' o. l.rntilled ' An act to repeal s"'etions two.three
and ta enty six of an a.r entitled "An act to
rigu!itati the Itreeom arid purity of electlons, to
priecribie the mode of omaking r'turrn thereof;
to provide forth election of ie'urning ot.cers,
and dellinin their powers and duties: to Dre
scribe the mode o(f entering on the rolls of the
Henate and house of RJepre'sentatives, and
to :nform. article 103 of the eon titution' ap
irove i November 20. 1872. to eonrtitute a board
of Cainvawsirs and to authorize said board to
carnvass and make returns of the votes ciat at
tho rece.nt cel.ction. arid to authorize contests
for ofll(:c in certain cases." to wit:
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
W . W . Heard ..........................1474
B. F. Dillaid........................ 5
FOR RECOOP.DIIR.
W. C. Pmith .........................1427
E. H. Ward............................ 25
-- Ward ............................ 2,
FOR IARIMH1 JUItXE.
W. R. Rtoherts. ..........................1455
Robert Dawkins ........................ 1
POIR SIIERIFF.
B. F. Plea ant ..........................1465
W. L. McFarland ...................... 2
FOR CORONER.
W. S. Agerton................... ......1475
Win, Dumas ........ ............ 11
FOR JUSTICES Of TIlE PEACE.
First Ward
W. A. Darby.................... 302
Ham. iawyer .......................... 317
W in. Turnay........................... 2
F. M. Jones ....................... 2
Dave Christian........................ 2
J, C. Caryell ............................ 1
Richard Jackson....................... 1
Second Ward-
Ueo. P. Clark ...................... .. 144
(. C. Norman........................... 99
G. F. Clark ............................. 3
C. Norman ..................... ...... 2
- Norman.............................. 2
C. Connan ................ ........ 1
Third Ward
J. H. Land........ ... ............ 150
A. Lee ........... ................... 87
Fourth Ward
E. P. Barton..................... 172
w. A. Booles........... ........... 16
Fifth Ward
R. H. Henry......................... 13
CC.. 'r ubb............................. 45
John Terr ............ ........... ..
N. B. Osborn......................... 12
- Terrell.............................. 1
W. B. Osborn......................... 5
V. C. Vickers ........ ..................
S. L. Holms ......................... 2
M. P. Tucker........................ 1
Sixth Ward
J. B. Robinson......................... 99
Thomas Anderson.................... 24
T. M. Anderson ..... ...... 6
FOR CONSTABLES.
First Ward
Wm. Turnaye ..i ............ . 24
F. M. Jones.......................
w. F. Jones ........ .....,..: .)
Wm. Dumas ....... .. ,...... . -l18
W. 8. yedon............9...s.. 4
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