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'rwo l)Milari a Year. i ADE MARKILI 1K GIL'T EQ Is A TWOROUGH IEFIEDY !N EVET'Y ('A'E e r EVERI AND AGUE. whiile for disord;rs: rr It' ra.i h,i~h :oiidity of the Jiaor, iod gen ioun avd diotiElanbnce of the Animal forces, whliih deldliftt- It fills no eqitiva lene ond ran hlve a o Muboiitnte It shloulld int he montounded ai h t e Irtlol' lted c nmlenndls of spirils aid ene ntial cili attn sO:d under the iame of lhcttcra For neleby DRUGGISTS, (TIOCERS AND GENERAL LEALEEIS. Lvery where. WTholesa:le Decpot, D)onaldson Ville, La. ~79aweek.I $12;j, J" "nyaI "nily nade. ('ostly outfit free. A hdress 'leoc & Co.,Augusta, Maine. OFFICIAL I)IIECTORY. Twenty-Second Judicial District. Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James. District .Judge.............uo. A. Checvexrs, I).strict Attorney,........F. B.Earhliart, 'Post-office address, )iDonaldson\ville, 1La. Eighth Senatorial District. Coruprising the parishes of Ascension and At.. J :tu s. Stato .Senator,............Ricltrd Sinnaies, Coivncut 1'. 0., StL James partish, La. Parish of Ascension. IR ipresentattive,.......... lPierre Landry, Clerk amll RLcoader,..... L. E. Bentle y, i)pty.Ci'k and Recorder,.W. W. Butford, be :relary and Treasurer,.R. P. Landry, Assessor.................. Felix cynaud, .Ex officio Supervisor of Registration. Sheriff unit ax Collector.. Peter A. Jones, Chief )eputy Sheriff ...... David Israel, DI)cauty Tax Collector ...D'E. Jones, Jailor, ...................WV. J. Ncames, Coroner, .................J. . B. VandTgrielf, Offlicial Journal ........... Don'villc CIIIEF. POLtC:E: JURY : R. T. Hanson, Presidentt; R. Prosper Landry, Secretary; First ward, .............. l)r. Edw. l)uffel, Second ward ,.............. lRodriguez, Third wrd ............ .....'iercr Klopiaan, Fourth ward,...... ...... T. TlHanson, Fifth ward,............... Hinllr C,. Brand, Sixth wartd,............... Benl. Gibson, Se:vutath t-arld,............Slolomn llinlllon, Eighth wabrd .............C. Z. Blohuin. Regular lmeetings, at the Court-hlouse, on first Mondays of Jlauary, April, J tly and October, at II o'clock A. Ml. JUSTICES OF TIlE I'PEACE: First ward ................Sanl' II. Mullen, ,4ccad ward, ...............Charles ishlih, 'Third ward,' .............. Villie E. Davis, Fourth ward,.............|actnis liutler, Fifth wiard,...............1ohnl Russell, Sixth ward H,..............Peter James, ievnth wardt,............I. finilmiull Cole, Eighlth ward,.............. Joseph Carter. Ninth ward,............. lm ohn Al. Lusk, Tenth ward ............... WT . 1V. Irown, Sr. CONST.ttAo.S : First ward, ................Joseph \White. Second wardild, ............IReumItls Jones, "'_ihird ward,.............Julillnns Iltiit.i, Fotll'h ward ,.'.............. Jii:ies ilt('i. ay, Fifth ward, ...............Burrell lhardy.. Sixthi warid ............Antllhonyi lck, Saev\ illh W ;tr , ....... ... Stl'plhlmii ,Jlohnison, Eighth il ward ............lRichardl Snmitl h, Nintl ward,. ............Alcide iat(lrealu, Tcnth war ...........Waide l)latunc. JIo.ttR OF S(uiini, h)IItEucI(riS: ltlois Lefrrt. arting Plresident; E. . N. Pughl. 'eretar.; F'riacis Vicku.lir, T',,reasure.r ; lleri'y I). Minir, Aiiguistus Kliight, . C. 1). iflu in. .1.1 (4. W1'iil'u 'r, T)'. It. ('htlayie, ,, I :. A. Gonzales. .IUI." ('.tsisslisNt l: - AllenlI- h t T i:ls, N. lel, Austin l)li nen . leniii v ('. llhiiid, Ii . E. Jhnllhy, Clerk of 'ourt, c,.P onici'o Se'et.ariy ",of the Co(nilission. Towil of Donalc'ionvi]l:, Ml.i'r, ............. ..... Iad\i I itlIa , me et:i 1'\ ..................1 W gi II'l'(·( S , ~h' sls ·tor, ............ ... o. .. u, ThillgOe(li, 1 T ;'IH Ilsur r " ". ......... ...... 1i,.tor l lll i'lri, :(:lConti lh ........ .......... lsephi A. D)tll'el, Wharf I.e'ssel......... Felix ,lllunne, i Malrklet L]s~,er. ......... I.lliphae(l Mliisse, I -ii\v'lr I,' i-r\" L. rss e....... " Oillci'al dhirnal.......... I)on'ville (' ,IF.r First VWaril,...... 1). 'm ria'li, Nathan RIoss. I Siei. i ' .....It..J. ireTn, S. S.ehouhtr 1g. Th'ird " .....t. Feitel, . ('. . C nlrol l e. lire'l.ir meetin,''lgs. at liithe Mai t's ieth, in the ou('Di't 'lullse. t'ir-I ']'l tu.;vsd. y of c t a ll unlll, al 7 o'clock '. 31. Sumliliuary of State News. ulcluings firoli th!, Prl',cýs., LFit ' . l 'ril:o f !: in x S e tlin e l : l ls l It v e E s rt tt'n wal Vis kLilhd It a sitIke ift light liiig in tihe o lius. f L. art itx al atiillrhe (cllssing il liing the lain ,lin c In t Thuirsdai v or i i llliiig. c isollit ii h]lrl l-rsaiilns in t le l sile tou Lnwlerl slightly injurled. )EAST C.lt 1l .1,1.. Lak ,' .Protvidh.iice tepdb lite,:i, : llion .lay niglt 'he.' Mercer a bu,- Ci t'ai s hlit Sitl i.a d and killtd l i 'illit'n a'ta?.lli:r, ui ailsehl. r I:ivy ai'i sl ,\'..ll l ii .,in ( .ii l:Iaid pl iftl it :In I :a l t I' . ish Th1e !la.t fl vil. e shw.;ay,, is lu:w in 11 Jail, aull claims self deullnsit. ('A 1.t'A'.It:U. E ('aleai llsi rii t r, :i liiighit ittthe hut. mlguil tititt six yeal.s, s nit iii .'ii lti.'a.t r . lluiss, l mrist i iii aiVitv fr\ t ii, ithal-r Iaiala aliaauit thI it' a scovtt]ier at 'iiil lii -itdli I.la a\. still ihiiVitltt. im S :lthert ,ia'tli.ts o lii lit'ht alittihu l hit that -uitll'fs 'iltt living a thlutd tate th elitf I hit llt i ti' iatn s wairl aiie.s. |lii it It il :li, acretalitahly inttnmed Ihlt giha is h iig a.utd. ,dlaysil.lth logiimg 1o it.l Jili;;l lml H 'h- ii' --- an thu. I l i'! it. i; is bulin 'd it the gauiiild ,,lma nigi;0 lat i,-t'\'lk. It is Euidl tl lie Ii-th 11tth ii'f miii iiacctldima'y. Mr. Ben F~luker, were in tie house, which was "tilling in" before anylly SileC awoke. Co)mpaIliratively, nolnell of the furniture was saved. CA1)1)0. ShrelvelporltSltnulard]Ld: Slunday morn ing a firie, broke out ill thile building occupied by F. W. Spilker, asi a fam ily gr-cery store, oil tIhe corner of Market and Crockett stireets, opposite thie polstoftliCe, anrd bt'efore the, fl;:auei 'couhl be clieckeil, that buihliug, to gelthler with tilte one :i ldjiliniig it, oc cupied l' | ) Mr. [ lHenry Dilleibe'ger as :t resiide lce, were entirely collnsumelid. OUACIIITA. Mionlloe Tclclg'aph Jos. T. Swan, Ia i't.eidilit of thel Ilil1and, was instantly killed oil tillh 13tli inist., by tree the li half f l whichl fell iacriles tlhe r(ioad 1is he was passig byiii o lihis way h1n(e from Monillrot. Mr. Swain was iin a hlggy, and accompanied by Mr. W. A. B nilpr.-i'.s Ou hl,.rsehllaclk. 11r'. iniump els saw the tree fallig, and111111 lled to I.. SwanII toii hlrry upi, bullt tile warn iirg cainme 1to1 late. l'he tree killed hiill instanntly, breakinlg hiiis illlS lId literally masii1hing his body)3 to a jelly, but thle anilnli li e was diivinlg escapedllI un111h1 t. RIICIII.ANI) . Rayville B1eacon: t'ltesday mor itg Mr. Seward Scott,l an agedll gentle mat, who had spent Several mouths ill and about Rayville, visiting his relatives, bollllarded tl ; il' in at Ilsii l' plce to 11(e1rn to his hoIlllr ini Nolrt Carolina. accompanier d by Dr. D. R. Petit. At Vicks.urg tihey took pas S"lage on the Vilkshnlg & Meridlinl SRailroaid. The train stopped at 1lor lolili Miss., for aI1 few iIlllllIole.ts aftetr it had s iihd gi il iii hati dhal moved about two car lelgihs, th i brakeman heald some one Cl'y out. 1 The train Was stopped. nid upon ex allinatioln, Mr. -co-t was foind ] inlg ii , fupon the traclk die;ia killed by the rushinig iiof his hilp aid both leg Is ,by the e11r" whelells . Nil onle IlkneW lih., he camilel to be there. The reains were brought back to this place 411n e grave yll id some three miles above town.. IIIEIRIA. New. lberli a Sluar-Bowl: TheIt leighllbolhood ofl R"oyville hl"s lately.. 1beenl gireatly iagitated l oil accolunt of linlmerous robberies which have liven colmlitted inii t lihat vicinity. i r, hses h and cattl Ihave 111been stolen trod1 t he 1fr11mer tli out of the cou(itry3, whiclih leads t to he belief that thtele is ai large ganig who reside ill dillireliit seclions and1 exchangei i tol, lnlop eity. A litchiierv has beenl eltaIi flishedll by ionle famiily, who lare neVer r ko11wn to buIly stock, and it is believed t their beeves are mostly stolen. Of t Friday hist, auticielnt evidencie \vas prl'ured' to jnstily the arIrest of I1wo r sulspected peio.'tIsii, Joseph aind lDon i Louis Gray, and they hate hoer! Il lodged ini jail ii lYl'm ilio vill' to - awaiWt t trial. Another hilly was ilr- i'rt...l, bullt w iis U iedi oil ut. (.Gr vigilice i hiteinig exercisedt aind other arrests will probably he mida . ...We are inlfori d Iby M'r. A. E. l)ick otf the plarisli of St. Maitin, 0IaI hayou 'l'eche, that his neighlbor, Mr. li laste lniin, Ion thle 13I I l inst., 'was ailnlilig senseli5 ess a ling tlillme. HIeh I was pilering it the time, and both of 4 a his llolses were killed.... Last weekn while ithe " ireat Eaisternii show" was stoppiniig at (iGrandil Junctioin, Mr. J. tatllh.y itvid, olile of the actoli s, soui ht the ;bhaile of at tree atlln fell ashlep. HIe was aiwakee.d.l by a tihk ling siiiensation ;iiroundl thle :i ec'k, which he tholught was someeall ('wlii-g ilsecll ; be fell asleep agai, i td sc: .iely a ml inlute elapsed elie li felt ai .q1114eezi1g moudl thle iit'eck ; hi' A lawoke and i ined to gaze upio) ia lariige sinael; , lwhiicih was coiling itself airouitidi( his hilroalt. IHi ltoiudiliedl to his I'feet, lwhen Ite s kilk lil.o ise sed its 11 coils a11lnd fl: ito ihe roundi(I. IIe was killed by i11'. Alex. liondreui x I of piix' ,d t l to Ii l lou, f.ut I w ; i .hm's uing ni'k . ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 y) YOU cant to mak e iii(: ull v tj Iil(hlil U) and ("asiIN ! I1)o. iiIl01 I22fl iC), 1jiintl'h Puldshin Co. BoxI ), New Orleans, Li., ill w)o wceks. twV.o i1)Iptikt Cathuiic1 iioo.. h'e~ttiiig's Acadenolay, ('uinii ('litin~ai1e5 :iii1 A ttaik1Iii;L a"tl c,2. I)onalt*1doville, a, . liii. I. I"A'iING mi hins thanks t(o file JIpi).le of IUnaltlsoiivilll :1id1 vieiainii for In: lidt al p ii 2) (l' I)n)2)1iS )l5S ilVll.W(x at tie Aee~denV .i "ill lags hcave to s} 11:t 1 l)) · fin t ill 1(" ,: ( t tt tt a t l""(,.1 10 : ,"h t 'o " wiul l~c Ii i ci, t al and Iliiishi with Loutd Ill-, to of lrt1) f1dres. IIi S. C. K .A'i't 1X 1111'. I Ioiialilson1vthle. Ia.. Itegiiltai New Orleai s and1( Batyou S Sara Ii tI(ssen ger Packet. v'II iX i' ;":-~v1 i:EL ST LA ME-L 'JNO. 7r. C 2,NON\, 1. C.I' Ltl.NOt). 1.J MII ti 1o L.als Now- Orlans Every Wednesday and Saturday, at5 p. m For 11,( Sa IN( L)1111 Cos Lni JI,. .?u S Tril1 t'... ... 1( Li Is. ilvIt ou Sara ........... h0O . A '. I toziad is Ii ii e_....... I)1u 1) ill . Vd T ItT.I~ ;,W t, want .1 l tnitctt~l 11n11thclr oIf to tire(. (·t1I r get:(~ car gassers~ ·s to cui~rlgc. in a Ilircaslr l ;1 and/ a I hr.4i a) ; 1;1. A. i4. TO WARlE MONEY. Sne1 will IIcaa" (I 55)4 1I thiii i vlS it- ci - 122)2. i)} 2r t(r Iiii tolii t 'a rh I is i ply statitl j. trh1Ilt httsinl"5a i; t 2!1111 :are 11.11 ctt ,a r(1~. Nowla tut itosc no:10 ss ha I11i lii- i 1FIN! l- i. I tIVY ti'& ( It. Atl tutn Ga )i, I _ s1(I I N S a;iv it is a I'PLE FECIT SUBt - TIT1 far" the ,iitdpilte Iln1c .2pr~i ill tmnic )ooinrtiea. pin 111 t0 no (:is. 22)ei liii effet. Dose th Same as Sulphate Quinine. e t i) 1.T . .1. fllrt & C(o~. New 0orans. Bjillings, Clapp & Co., Chemists, Boston. Police Jury Ordinances, Parish of Ascension. PARisi: or ASCENSION, 1 Court-Hlouse, May 15, 1830. S [No. 1. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE to carry into effect the provisions of Act No. 112 of the Genernl Assembly of 1880, approved April 10, 1 188,. and all other laws relative to I roads, bridges and ditches. S SecC. 1. WHllrlE.\R, Thile Ciinll.al Asseni , bly of 1880 enacted the following law, to-wit: No. 112.] AN ACT To amiend and re-enact section 3373 of the I Revised Statutes of 1870, relative to public roads. lBe it cilacted by the General Assembly of the ,atile of Louiisiaim, That section 33 3 ;of the Revised Statutes he, and the same is t lherebly aIllltellled anld re-etiacted so as to readl: ' It shall be the duty of the Police Juries to divide their lparishcs9into as manyll districts as they may t hink y lnproper, tfor the l'lppoitlrnnts 'i overseers oft' rIadS. They shall, aunually, applloint oversee. of high W1yavs or Iroads, whotl are to siiltnnuOI all tmale persons, from the ageo of fifteen to fiflty (ex cept ministe!rs of the gospel and Scnll other perl..ons s a"ire or shall be exemlpt), to mee't at such places and times, as to thenll, the said overseers, shall seen conveniellt to work.on the iublic roads; and whosoever shall, upon said sumlllllons, refuset or neglect i to ldo and pelrfrlm their dluty. shall fturte'it and pay the sumti of two dollars per day for each person so neglecting or refusing. to lie recovered bIy ,j uldgent bIefore any Justice of thie Peace of the pirish, and paid by said Justice to the overseer and by him to be ex- a pendled in hiring other hands to work on said roads, and in deftult of or refusal to pay such fine, such personi shall be confined ii in the parish prison until such fine is paid; pirovidcd, ihe shall not remain ill prison for t toe ll thlll five days. 1 (Signed.) It. N. OGDE(N, Speakerl of the House of IRpl'tnsentatives. S. 1). McENEIIY, lieutenant Goverlnor and President of the Si.ate. Approved April 10, 1880. i LOUIS A. WIL'ufZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy : WIL.L. A. STRONG, i Secretary of State. a Now, therefobre, in order to carry out the lprovisions of said act, anil all other laws i rehltive to roads, bridges and ditches; li BIe it ordained by the Police Juryil of Ihe fI purish of Asecision, That until otherwise it provided, tie Police .1ury wards of the par- C ish shall be and constitute the road districts fl of said parish. o Sla. 2. I e it further ordaincd, Thed. re shall to hi electeed annually by the Poli.e ilJuy one road l o\'vseer for each of said road districts ii herein provided for. The' tlin of otice of said road o(velrse'er to expire on the first b Mond,uay of Jnuary of each year. The Po- su lice J1ury rese-rving to itself the right of re- I moving aIt any time, t any overs(eer of roads, ti lir incolmptetenc.y or neglect of ldty. I 1i sh all lie the duty of ov\ersIers of roads to II faithfully carry out tle prlovisionls of Act 11 No. 112, approved April 10, 1880, and all t other laws and regulations relative to roads, iI bridges and ditches, and such other duties e ;s inay be imposed on11 thea relativet tho t i luanagelicut anllld colntrol of ]levies, rice I flumes, etc., as provided for in Act 88 of the si (hnceral Assemitbly, alpproved April lit, 1840. i. That fior said se-vices, tilh said road over- e seers shall receive alu anual salary of 11 sevenlty-five dollars, payable on his own Il warrant, duly approved by the chairmanll of the Fialcllle Counlittee andl President of ni thel Police Jury. tI SIc. :3. Bie it firt,-ter ordained. That each in inlcnlller of the Police Jury shall, at every 01 regular mleelting of saidt Jllrv, i'pesenlt a Ia written report of tih eonditiln of' all tihe i pulblic roads and highi ways, bridges, fcltches, et levees and rice illnnue in their- re lective 1 c wardsi , roait ndIll vlte district. The failure v on the part of any member of the Police .in ly to maIllLke said r'eport as ]herein 1rovidd pd for, shall stutlject him to a tine of ten dolltrs, n recoverble'll bfilore any court of competent l leI jurisdiction, It shall he the duty of the I)istrict Attorney to collect said lines, and SI to pay the same into the purish Treasur . E Said lines shall he deposited with tiand fiorit (1 part of the public road and levee Alnd. of Suc. 4. le it further ordainrd, Thall all to otldinial .es, resolutionls or regiilatioui of the itl Policee Juryi ill conflict helrewitl t ile and the d: same are heireby repeatled. it Adlptelld lly i h' l)t)li Jury" ofI the l)parih of Ascension, Mlay 10, 1830. it Y, as--utfel, lodhiguez. Khloper:an, Iher- Si son, Braund, Gibson, lUnr"muon, lhtuin. arn it. T. HIANqSON. g, A true copy : l'resident. (p, ill PAHIIlIll OF ASCEoNSPIO , Coiu't-ll ise, May 1.i, MXI8. [No,. 2. New Series J AN (lItlIINANCE io carry into j.lit, tlii' pro viiu .s of Act. No. 18 of iihe (iuierin. A sse ni bly of ii 1288 ,a lilU'o vtd A prili III,1 SEi'. I. Xfl litERitiL, The (.,-iei.l Aseiit b l E (,o " I ,h8 c_0en acted th il f mlhi n hl la w , to-wit : No. 81.] AN ACT To l"roidei lot the itlohection i'id preserv ilii illt .tliiiilhl l i uliil i i Jii - isi i i coii jincio.hn with the, Police, ,uries ofI Ill+ e(.ve'al pari'si.hels o1 thi .r;ite·: to, 1I' sefri hl: tlh nnlilllllerl in whicli hov(.;.s lmlalV hil e.11 |thl ri'i(e_ flullnis, relsl~~: tilld lmla t.ijini, ;uid to piirsvihe Jill anis tto the paymnylit ofl the (,xlpeni..s ;ittnidhlg Ihis work, an.'d tl p~ro\-ble pena.ieli.' an~d punl istilimlits fit ttie vhiitjlii of tiihe pro vieioni of t i nl , nit d tiit violatioii ," | rlll'lhiltN ! iilld . - liii.'s liliii i I i'tlll i i lt " ivithi this net. SEcTIONs 1. 11e it eileertid j thI'e (it ((i",ll Asiselmblh of lIic Stoti of Loeisicutr Thlt hlir Police Jllu'iis of the sevelrl plarishcs of this Staltti are i(lhere by investe.ld with tlihe liin igeleini iut il iid iti'll fl"l f i' i LI I ll lted ublic leei':s oi" tlhis State, wihli Iliia.V L'relllil': pii 1h lic ci.'rii I jrot.'lictiol lull prn srtal;rtilili illnid thev·\ ;il'(: lc~q'('h :llllllcl'cti;i~lll ai.( l(.ll~it'l'll It) thilij t hil l v.re rii 11"ji tirizejl r.ui i il' d toi lll'"1"i'i" l'lll' 1 (ih l'h lI.)llt h ', llr,.l1-Vlt io li ;t1ill ml' d t.('iii t i il 1Ii 1"as "i ja ie ilt' Ijlilllllj i- iin piroitltjctij. ii. fjj ijj ilNte tlihi iui niji ina Iw'hiitch tii siiil ei, iii. lIe cut lij r'e ftlull \\Il' I ·:(·4lt'l 1)1(·l'] l it ' :. ( ll 1;: ~I·tlll ;. 1. fu i -t'fljthr entijrljd. ce., Thli Pi- I Sier Jurc i s.iill livujl.e lheir re],s- , tliit e i ar i0: s( inijj l.v e. 1i)';iil-s I o . diSlricii , lt- l n i - point ovr(l'l r1s hthreforl, anlld ntili] \\ch lhlinw. wheni saud divisqio <.;li hit unlne, tie I'oind i'ds ail . Ia pr· s l it jfid ig u t , .jLi l n lti s tilultia - ti( ll i i lll ird Ilnl tl l. 'i! Ita i\'(ii shall I ( i'ij i ''eiijt' ulv..rst I I. ·i til it j ..'j lj i l- , lthe Sdu ty of the j id -iiii'll , 1 S" oiln the iip rii'a h io ill' wIali lh l V iI' i l lh j t 'ii',. ' ito c (u all jiiiigs ind i tjus ia the li-i. e to lie ri llhired ilJui tlilh.d iip. jtj the i.xt e.lsI of ihii se 1111(1 ii tli i 1-i* 1· li i" 0 jl ii 11(11 pi r hi o mll al i'itt I l jj-' Il i fi- if , i tuil itI d*j' ltjl f p'tili t i" n f-l mil n itiji. plialti.i' h e el li lhll by ii 'i paishi i and ti o hn\i I i ilhd ulitp and r pair.d, all iuts. hl,,hjit. and \(S. hiAsI it lite |(l1u , alit he xlt lpstl Ie ol tj l ;ii S ht ; F n1 it shill :il]u , hi. hiI. nIlui tii ktill iti ll i .i in it t'iie'ir-of cirehul in WvIe it cl'lllalclciiff Il hlr.ll lllon siuhie ii(, l+\t~,e rpll~ Il hi c iiii i, lit i ll lt, l'X. il i I;;i. hi o(' llV \ 'i-ii i the aouve, ket iiii.a \'d tirtilt cw itt nt petr,.+,is liabl+, to roal dull.., to \wo'k lwhel r'eqiuir.,d (il the h\lov l' of th.'h' w\+ard,.: thait anyl. |il'lsol subjie'ct to r'oald duly whio .hlltl fail to \vork onI anII. puli ll' (VO(' liq pro vidled hi the prie<.tdili.L sect.'ioi, orl uilih-,i all.' r'('ubs;tion ti rny PolV lice' ,lurV oftihi< .ltli.. ,<hall hi, lrevet ed, h eiI lblrel( aily c',urt' ofl enmpiii+tlqlt .j::ritieth~ion. ;ill. onl c.ouri\'ioni~l, h-alll he. lhineIw l sv h iL ahrs lp r daly fth' iVtel daiy that he ull;!. hatl\ failed su I w \ llk, nei( lit deblt+f.il of pai.Vlenti of said fini., shatll bi . himpis'ioli(d hi thll parii~sh jaiil nlot tol exceed( ten d;v< : prur~tided, thalt nio |p(,t.oul holi lit r lequih..d to |ilabo lliol' than twvelv(, d[ays it, Si'.t. 1. [ic it .furiier enart;'ed. ci#:.. Ti'hat ttheov" se oitl' f~l ill"hv!ets ofl the. w\ned w',h+'r' th r uns''+ yl~ h+ It an|,lier \if al birp k in tlhe ]t\leve , Sshiall hiave. the light Ito call onl tihe ov\e.rseler. ofl inty ajininiih g \wairds for" ai.istanii(e andi -it .halal blth, lilt, l y of tlu',se oiverlse,(ls to ili !iilv thow, per'sonsii..eutlc to road ditty liv iii. withiu thi(se, wards, ito prloceetd tl thi. dh'.ignatedi lpoitt Ito \voik ai. provlid~d hi svc tion 3 of this aitt. Tlhat ;ill iiersonis who- t i111y \Vork on ll hvees, ill act'(ordtaitte with sl'te 1 tilou :1 of! this net, shall r.cui\-e tfrmil tile puuri..h lthe tqum of onle hdolla" per dhty fou" pt i.Verl' iIa.y lhe miily \viiik. anid otill slutm.r 1"i1 I. i,\(ry ntight: anld lira ]l,\lwi oi\eriver shatll hi. e.ltitlhd Iikew\i.se to two' dloll!:is pr,. I day. l 01. '. D. J( it furtherCI curttled tc i., That v ihe Hl..;rdl <f St:lt. Enineerso. shall, imtuw.- ni diately aiht"r the pasisagie ofl thii+ nit, enuilm tol hi, itll:pre -ar phion. |li l'i(e tlilniw , Stilt- i1 aide ito iitlterenit d~innionl..mi of le~vees,. .t- (, conspiilanuod iby pr'opet, spe-tifhinthios |'th th(,ir ! consi.'tructtion~. anld the Siln(. +lal! be r'ladyl, pi ilt fil| ti::lt. 1 lto be iurnl~ihedi \when requiiled., iI \is her+.ii (!'.tei plrovbldt ; andi .no lhuiies <hall ft he peitlniit:ed tol bit built ..xceplt in C~liolnibr it so with .aid lha], us aiii, ..pt'ifica'..ns, nlor shall rl tilly" person(ll ht, pllerlitte.. to insert in aur a. publl~i, l+.'ve kept ut, by3 the. S1ate, or anl spelial l ve dlistlict or parish, any 11uies oir piping to be used for liashing lrice fields or other piurlposes, unless upon written ap picaiation of the owner of the land lie shall have olftained tile consent of the Police Ju ry wlhere the levee Iavy be located, to per hilt 11hi to make antd 1se saidtt flume or pip ing. Six. 6. Be it furSthr enlacted, etc., That in addition to tile conditlons prescribed in the preceding section, the party aippl)inug for lpermissionl to clit the levee and iserl't there i flhuncs or piping, shall llay previously. iuto the parishl treasury, allu Ianual license on, ecth and every filute or pipingil used for the c'ultivation of a crop, a stlm not to ox cled the rate of two dollars and fifty cents for every Ierpclldieulart foot of levee cut, conllting from the bottom of the ditch or Itfune to the crown of the levee; and this licetnse shall equally apply to rice flumes already in use at thile passage of this act, ad1 the a.lt, ..n shall be due and p1,ayable bte t wti1n the first day of May and first day of October, 1annually; and should any lelrsonll fail to pay said license by that1 latter date, he slall i forfeit his right to the said Iluimle, and the same shall be closed at his expense. Stec. 7. ie it further en.ctled, etc., That thlis annual iesl IelIse sl ear ts as l first lien anld privilcg upon the crops of the yealr raised upon the plantation to ble nenlitted, iand shatll be collected by the Tax Collector, lwitholut any judicial ''.proceeding or IO'1tteS whatsoever, by seizure of propelrty of the persoin owinlg said license, and shall be sold, without appraisentent, at times and places usual in Sheriff sales, alt ainy time after the first of May, annually; and no lperson owing this license shall be considered as released from tile lpayiment thereof by reason (of for lfeiture of salnt, as Ilprovided in sectlion G. icn. S. 8. Be it f'tther enacte'd, tir., That arty person who shall cut ally levee, in this State, made and kept lip lutlder tihe :luthority of tihe State or any parish or Ie\ve district, ill violatioln ofit the provisions of this arit, for the purpose of pin:eing tlhereie flunmes for the raultrule of rice or otbher purposes, lshall be de'mited guilty of a crime nzeainst the State, amd on conviction the.reoft, hehbre ially court of compelent jurisdiction, shall ibe pInisihed by imlprison 11en1t. with or without hard Illbor, for a terlm not to exc'eed I twelve moiltllllhs nld lnot IesS IhlliI o11' month, alld filled in a slli not to excee'd fivie ]tiuidried dollars ; ltnd it shall le the duilly of the leveI overseer, illspectlcor, presidenlt ;illtllllell i trs of the Police Jury, and "ill other parochial oftclers, to give intlornlation to tlhe proper authorities of the violation of this act. Sec. 1. 1e it f 'urther c ntitledr, etc., That all ltimonety paid illnto the pIarish treasury fo1r licensels tr rice 11tmes, andl for tines arising from tcounictions, its provided in the preced ilng s(ectioln, stall bie set :sille and uses ex clutsively in taitlilg uit old and abalidont:d flulens and restoring the original condition lof the hev(c, mnill for ,xpnses of' superilln tedlenCe and adlitnistration. `t.,C. 10. Be it further catcth'd. etc., That in tully pr'ish, where tlhere may li rice f11ls, ti lit Board of, State Engineers is here by ant hor'ized to appoint' a competeit per son to lieelevt inspector for said parish, whose duitly it shall be to inspect the codi tioi of aIll rice liunes anl 1tother cts inll tihe let'vei. s well s tlhe general condition of tlhe levee itself, and lto rleport same to satid boarU'd. Ile Shall also superintl lid the consts).rllctiotn of all n Cewr flC tfilllLt.is, filall ot(her cults, tol lie 1imade in any levee, uid see that ithe wo'k is executed according to the plans, specifica titns and directions hurnished to him by the Board of Stlte Euginelirs. Fo:' all such servic s said illnp'ector shall tireceive, as a compellllls'lltion, one-halllf Of atll'satu1 annuaLllyV ollectetd from liulme licenses, payable on lihe crtiliciate of tilhe Chief State Engitneer, that ftaitftl services ha\'(1 been renderld. Se. 11. 1:e it frtrlhcr enicth'd, he;., That nothing ill this act shall be so conlstred tas to give mly ildividulal I prioprietary right in anly ptlublic levee of tlith Slate, lby the act of his paying it license flbr tiany privilege herein igranteld ; and i'f the lioard of Engi neers or Police Jury, at any time. Shouhl ionlifmn as u SIttisi alny a ulch opening'lg in the loevie, the licntse fitr Ife same slhll he, re v\oki oil thie retlun t to the lparty of the full paid for snich privilege, and said authorities InaIy, at iany time, whlen anly 11tllll(, shall Ie contle unsllac frol' delaiy of aiilllite'riallor other caused, l'tllulitire ti, person usillg it, to have lsame taklt'en ' ip in.i retpiletd ill a scle and slubs: ta ilt t lllll. tnl nn a they .aql l also l ' qui te all prties tho dtin off' friom thie f ot ( the lerw' , o1n ti the i d sle,1 ,o t1he water that tay atcunmulatte there flotwing from the ti fls that' tlhey mtay tuse; tnd' should ainy sdangel r arise 'from neiglect tof' this provisi n, it shalt work a forl]itiure of their licetns. Si; c i. 1 :. t1 ' i t f lrthir eln acrlcd, rtI., That it sail be lalwtul 'lor antity personl ill this Stiltt, ,ldioring to out any public levee made :1nd kept up by the State, parish, special or general lver dlist'irtt authorlty, fr thlie pIllr pllos (f)' using the sale as ;I roadi a i -Way frt I tr;tl'] or haul ;; or f1r the ]llrpose o|" phtu' inll 1heeI' in iron piping" for the ui f iio" nt chinry1v; proridrd. lthat he shall have oh t.in,.d fromn the Police Jury of the parish where said hvere unny be situ;1teld pe_'issimaa to n1ake said work. and ha.re dlposited in the pari]hit'r;!nlr ;a sullf. ie t aII oil1t of'inanol to relill said out, t11: said amount of deposit to be nsecrtiaied at the rate of twentyd'-ivt centis per lilbic yard of reiilliu- to I1 tuade, all of which work shall lae dot:e 1nd1.r the suprllrvisii ol" O1w oiVrsler of the 110v1, wa.rd or of iispector of lever- appoiitlel Ill the lBoard of State l ngiuee.'s, as provided in s .1."tioli tat. llot to exc.tetd tv,'o hunldl'ed dollars, 8i:c. i-i. I;: it furtlhr enlr/rd, etc.. That llany regulations not specially designated in this act which may be nec(ssarV to carry out fully the pro\is.o nl of the smit,, shlall lbe iade by the severali Pollice Juries, acting t. ether with the 1l0ard of State E.ngine'rs Wilhenver a salei plan of flushing rie ficehls isvy i1 ' olpoie, lby the uce of syphons or otherwise, illll the s;me he liapprovedl 11nd eonlulen'lled 111by the Ioill-l of State Engi neerS,. it shall be the dunty of the Police Ju riLs to gi\'e llii l notite, to tl.ai.t elf'eit prior to till first day olf October of any year, and after that licnse shill issue onilt for said new pl;In, a1 1d lprovisiOlS shallt Illhe malidl tl) ta<c out thie old structure and reflill with e';artt such 4o]i)( sipa4e, acc.ordling to diie( tihns whi,.h m;y l.e furnished | . y the ]oard of State E.n:giners SI:(:. 15. Ie it frt/lher carntcd, ric., 'That, willlhen'verl' there '( y he danger of a L' rea"! . I-11. iooexist 're'qu'iring prompt as:lsistance on flht' iart of the Slti ltil uhorities fbr the "ile.Si tion or c.losing of nthe lail ', it sl l]1 ie law filil for ithe Gov,irnor to direct the Chief Slate i'tn inli r to iro ei , i. wi' said wol rkl , Ir) tlit ilrchase of mwiterial anllo the (till phyVmuent of hltbor', 'iltl lll1 the Irlualilltly nl delay~l of CIi1ontr.1itini for lthi " S..a inl the 15111usual iin ill" lp -li'es('ribed fior the awarlding of ullltrict'le , :t fll r tl'r ll11 'pa.i e1nt Io the i'x-tinsil-s tilis incirre·dl the Auditor of Publiei A('ountsI shall drawl his L'l'rant uponl the TIiesl'I lrer, t11pOi l (1' l'tili lilnl to li n oli ll ii ri l t d lof ls expenses, approvelllti d by til iiiov rllnot iiii aiin. ine ier inll 1hii'Le, iwhi(iiharriant sIl il hlml pahhle oft of the district fnud of tihe district i l t1ih i the ;Iork lliy he lo te b id, or out of the gei.eral engineer fluld, ot - a plkrt e out 4t1f ill'ii'. :s! the iGovernor may de tihwine; tprovridl d, that no s ill( expendi turi., is any one ('1'riasse or ithoutenod s1i:11! 1.o1lll.s, paya-le out of said district or State funds. RI A. OG 1) N. Splak(r" of the Hons, of liopresentativeS. S. I). MI ENEIlY, .ieutnllnl t; Governt-olr ailnd President of the Apirovd Apii il 10i . I, I A.-I. .(}IS A. WiL'TZ. i (Governor I fl tihe State of louisianl. A true criiy: WIl.. A. STWIroIw:, Secretiary of State.i And whleras. furth1,. it is made onliuga tory (ilO0 the Police Jiur to carry onut the prolt isilis of said a( t, therefi 'e IBe it ordtinied byi the Polife Jilly of htie ulriMsh of .lscrusto., That. n11til othl'erwise provided, the teile walrds and diStiri.ts Iro vided fr i3y said ict shall he the, Plice Jl r'y w'VII Its ;s now contititlt(td. and the road wardS.: or distriets ias (ion<situt.d 44,v Ordi iunne i No. 1. New Series, ;il(opted this day. Se'. "h lie it fI.;ther ordliletd, ¶ That tun til ottherwise provided. the road overseers, iel'eted under ri.i-visiois oif Ordinance No. 1. New Sleri,'s. Shiall llt IS lvie ovfrieliri s provided tlor by said Act No. 8.. Said levee \oerseelor. to revoive 1n1) otiih r ('compienit11l tioll tor their .i'c'iev.s than that provided for in s e tionli (" of said Oi(rdinlace No. I. New Se ri, . nandl nich ioth(lr per diem comnienn)p lstion authmorizet h}y hi w. Se;C. 3. l1e it fu)tiher ordained, That it shall bhe daty of all levee overseers to faith fully carry out the provisions of Act No. 88, and to report to the Tax Collector the names of all persons in their respective levee wards or districts who have neglected to pay the annual license provided for by said aet, and to report to the Police Jury the names of all persons who have violated any of the pro visions of said act. Sc. 4. le it further ordained, That the Police Jury shall appoint a standing com inittee on levees and rice flumes, who sha11ll report at each regular meeting the condi tions of all rice ilumes and levees in the parish. And it shall be the duty further of said committee, acting together with the State Board of Engineers under the provi sions of section 14 of said Act 88, to suggest for adoption by the Police Jury any regnla tion not specially designated in said act, and which may bh necessary to carry out fully the provisions of the same. Sic. 5. Be it farther ordained, That all ordinances, resolutions or regnlartions of the Police ,ury in conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Adopted by the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension, May 10, 1880. Yeas-Duffel, Rodriguez, Klopman. Han son, Braud, Gison. Blarnon, Illotill. It. T. HANSON, President. A true coply: It. PRS'sERe LANDRY, Secretary. 51AIS18HI (OF ASCENSION, C'ourt-Hlouse, May 15, 1880. [No. 3. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE to carry into effect Act No. 41) of the General Assembly of 1880, approved March l19, 1880. SSc. 1. WVIJEREAS, The General Asseil bly Ilhas enacted the following law, to-wit: No. 4!).1] AN ACT r Ordering andl requiring tparishi or municipal lcoirporations in the State to receive for S1:xes or licenses due any parish or Inn nicipal corporation prior to January 1, 1879, all valid warrants, scnrip or evi dences of indebtedness of said parish or munioci pal corporatitonls. I SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Louisitan. That all parish l or municipal corporations in this State shall receive for all taxes and licenses due said Iparish or municipal corporations Srior tol January 1 1, 879, all valid warrants, scrip or evidences of indlltedlnesss of saiild SpI)rish or municipal corlporations, except judgments, without any discriminatiion as to what years said warrants, scriip or evi dences of inltlel,tedness shall have been issued ; provided, that all valid metrololitan pI olice warlrants or scrip for thle yeals 1874, 187,5 and 1876 shall be ree'ivlable only fir that portion of the tax levied for the metro Iolit;ln police fund and no other, withotilt t Iany discrimintion as to the year in which said warlrantts were issued or said thtues levied ; and that all school certificates issued, according to law, by any school hardl shall be irielivable for aul taxes due any llparish or munlicipality only for that iportionl of tlh school tax due tio said iparish or imnicipal:ity. TIe it rue illt'ent or uean ing of this act Ibeing to allow the deliulquent tax payers to pay their indebtedness of any ye ar with any kind of vali I obligations issuedit or emitted bly any such parish or m unlcitpal eurlioratit)ln in this Staite. with tlhe restrictions above !rovided. without illny disrililnation as to the y-ear ill which said warrants scriIp or other evidenlces of Si:debtelniess were issued or the debt con tri:tetad ; provided. however, that no warrant, scripl or tother evidelnce of indebtediies of any parochial or muinicipal corporationl shall lie receivable for any tax or license unless the saie sha!l, a fter the passage of this act, \have first bIeenl examlitled by tihe Ipolile jutry of tlhl,- paitsh Ir lthe municipal auhillhrity of the town or city owing the indebtedness, and f'ondl valil, and indorsed Iby thet as such ; and it shall Ieli the duty of sai(d polic(,jnrie's and municipal authori ties thrSoughout the State, to pass on the ivalidity otf said scripi and other evidtenc(es of iulictieldnetss iuumedliately upo)n the pre s(ntatioti of thlle sale lto themt; projtidtltd, no riglht to plead Iprescription shall hereby be waivei d; ttnd procidied fttlhii.r, that all walr rilts and eertificatcis collllllleuued by liht pIolice jury or iuniciipal copooration shall he so stamped. SI:l. 2'. f;^ it further enacted, etc., Tim all laws ol p s of laws conitralry to the provisions t.: this act. are hr-.hv repealed. R. N. (OII)EN, Speakt(r of the lltuso of l.lepis :itatives. S. . :I.ENE 'a, Licutenant Governor and Prlesihint of tlhe Apllprove-d :March 2), 18A0. LO)UIS' A. WILTZ, (Govel-nrlli oft hii State ,of Louisiana. A ti'll' ('1)1)y: (1sc( i'. As: . Ityr, * As.Istant Sccretary of State. Now, th5 .ire'lre, il order to cailrry out the prvisions ,of said law. lie it ordainid by the Police Jury of the Pirtish of Asccusion., That :: II warrants, scrip aiind tther evide,-ces of indebltedntess, (ex'i'pt judlmicnts.) of tb,' parish of Ascen sion which ate aitlul rtleciva;lle for all lict,.nses and taxes ildue said parish priii to thSl- 1st of .J1 nallltl'y, 187!), nuIderli Ite plrovisions said Act Nto. 40 shall, belfore the msline are made rec'i\a:i h vau lr siidl taxes a:nl liieinsis, he sulitilttel to a special oetuiiittee of the lPoli ii..lr cn o o fmp ni thfi' fiilowinug tlie bers: h. T. lansmton lhln Giblwlu. 1P. Klop iata. And it shall be I thel dui y of said i'aiitillte to exallui-e said warrants, scrip aund e.vidlenes of indelbtedness and if the diire thica as '" validii " with d.to alnd sin - turles of" said .oniaitetiiii. If lth slid war l' illtS, sclcci iip olther evidei ll, . of in( l debted nir'-s h ie ild invalid or patescriti .d, aft'ir . -;l iih exatialtti'Sl, then i said eouuiilit-te- shall indilrse, tuch e with their siglaltule's " cli deriled," " invzujid." or " pnescrilb,," as the ilase )i1a-7, hel. The said el.mimittee shall ke(ep eorricet lists of all of said warr;lants, scrip anld ertificates of indeibteduess, arll the natmes of tthe persons preseltilng same.ll One list to ctonta.inl the "- valid," and tilhe otlher the " invalid " warrants, scrip aInd cert:ficiates ofi illcdtlttedllness. In orlder to ein able( said iqlpnittee, to lperfIorm the duties hereint iultmposed, said committe(: shall give lpublic notiec of its sessions at such ti:;ie and Iplacels s saidt committee can speedily nilutl conlveiently conivenle. Si. 2. Be it ft'urtll. ordained, That the Tax Collector is liereby auth)orized to re ceiv\e for all pIarish licenses and taxes due thi: prish i oft As.u-nsjiio. prio to JILanuiary 1st, 187I-1, all suh warrants, scrip andll other cellrtificale-ss or evidences of ilelttel ness, which are duly endorsed alndl sitamiped " vaihd" )yv saidl t coniitte as provided for in the spreceding sec:tion.i SE(:. :3. l- " furtlher ordaitned. That a1ll or dinellts, iresollions tor I'ignll:itilns tof the IS-lice Jnt v ill conflict herewith le and the Satiue are erelty rel'aied. Ad~lot:-d by thie Pol',ic Jary of the Iarishi iof Asciisiiin, 3May 1II, 1890. Ye:ts--lhlffil, Ildlriguez, Klo)tian, IIan R. T. HANSON, BtA ctll-: r'ty It. I'llsi,)ll L\ANilrtY. Secretariy. PAiiISll ttr ASCENSION, I Coiurt-Hlotuse, 3lay 15, 1Su0. [Nio. 1. New Scrics.] AN ()IOR)INANCE to ilillose. a Ipenalty fdr rilin- or driviing oni any levee iu thisi Ir it ordaitied by Ie Peiic Jurir of ihe pjrish iof A scinsioi, If ny itierstill shall rihl co\1-trl ii: helftire anty e:)urt of ettli(tute.:llt iurislictiit Anid it is ui hereby madtle the duty i;t' thie ovelrs ri s cif roai ids 1and levec ill ili't-ctI'ls to ienfrcll e tthe lrovisioll of this or dini iie. ]BE it fiertiher ordained, That the ll)rolis Ihll of this trdinance shil all nIot a1ply to S" t,,ws" liy holses or Iuoles. Hat i1 fi.,thu--,r ordaitteti. That all ordi nam-es or risolutions of thie lPolice Jury i ctil lict-t ]ltiew-ith be andl the samlie are hiercy i t-epealed. Aitoiuted iy the Policet Jury of the parishi of Asenision. May 10, 1551. R. T. IIANSON, A true copy: I R. lPaosttrts LANI:Y, Sccretary. lP'AiSti or" ASCE~lSIONS Conit-Ilouse, May 15, 1880O. [Ni. 5. New Series.] AN ORDIhNANCE to Iprovide for the print inlg of all ordinances and resolutions of the Polli-- Jury, and providing an ordi nane,, bliook 4or the salllme. SPcTrox i. IBe it ordai))ed. That all ordi nilaces--new series-shall hie duly promul gateld by one insertion in the DONALDSON vII.LE CHIIEI, the official journal of the par ish. SEC. 2. Be it further ordained. That the Seretary of the Police Junry shall keep a reg ular ordinance book, in which he shall in sert the ordinances printed as provided by Section 1, and shall properly index the same by their numbers and titles. SEc. 3. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances and resolutions in conflict here with be and the same are hereby repealed. Adopted by the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension. May 10, 1880. Yeas-Duffel. Rodriguez, Klopman, Han son, Braud, Gibson, Barman, Blouin. R. T. HANSON, President. A trne copy : It. PRiosIEIe LANDRY, Secretary. PAnisHuoF ASCENSION, Court-ilouse, May 15, 1880. [Ne. 6. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE appropriating fifty dollars out of the contingent fund to pay Parish Printer for furnishing blanks for crimi nal business. Be it resolved by the Police Juery of the Parish of Ascension, That the slun of Fifty l)ollars be and is hereby appropriated out of the contingent fund of 1880, to pay L. E. Bentley, Parish Printer, for printing and furnishing all blanks required in the crim inal business of the District Court, in the offices of the Clerk of Court and District Attorney. Adopted by the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension, May 10, 1880. Yeas-Duffel, Iodriguez, Klopman, Han son, Braud, Gibson, Barnioi, lBlonin. I. T. HANSON, President. A true copy : It. PRosenR LANDiY, Secretary. PARIsli OF AscE'NSION, Court-House, May 18, 18,0. [No. 7. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Sheriff of tlh parish of Aseension to collect rents upon certain parish lots and to deposit the same with B. Lemann pending the decision of the suit of C. Kline vs. the parish of Ascension. ViaEREa.ts, Certain rents duo the parish of Ascension have been garnisheed in the halinds of the lessees bf parish lots in the town of D)onallsonville, and in the matter of Christian Kline es parish of Ascension, J. C. olunimnger et als., ga:rnishiees, No. 1899 of the docket of the late 4th J udicial District Court, and now pending on appeal before the Sunpieute Court of Loi.isiau:na; sud Whereas, further, It is to the niutual in terest of till parties to said suit that said renllts be collected pendling said litigation, and the consent of the plaintiff to collect said rents pede ntte lite having first been ob tained in writing ;nud filed this day with the Secretary of the Police Jury; therefore be it Resolved by the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension, That the Sheritf of the parish be authorized to collect said rents pending said litigation, and that when said t cuts are so collected that the same be deposited with HJernard Lemaun Esq . at the rate of eight per cenct. interest per annuml on every one h nIdrelldt dollars so deposited. Said rents to remain so deposited until final judgment in said suit. In the event tihat judgment be retdered in favo: of the parish, then said rents so deposited shall be turned over to the l'arish Treasurer, ,but if said judgment be rendered against the parish, then said renls so depolsited shall remain in the hands of said Leaiann, subject to the orders of the court. Adopted by the Police Jury of the parish of As-:ension. May 18, 1883. Ycas--luliel, Rodriguez, Klopmtan, Ihan son, Itraudlt, Gibson, Idloiiin. It. T. HANSON, A true copy : President. R. PRosrpEf LANDRY, Secretary. IPARSII )IF ASCeSItoN, Court-House, May 22, 1880. 5 [No. 8. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE to levy, collect and eln force l,aymtent of an annuual parish li ecitse tax upon1 all lperon:t, associations oIf pers.:is lndl corp.orations, pursuing ,i\ tadeut, profession, vocation, calling or ille:uiness in the parish of As.eiision, except those who are expilressly :exemptt floiu such tax by Articles 206 untld 207 of the: Constitutionl of the State. SECrTO.. 1. ],c it ordained by the Police Jiry of the plrish iof Aceinsion, , That there is hereby lest ied I lun e(1ach peIlsont, associa tion of plerions andtl corlplritltis, piursuing any trade, iprofessoot. VctatUti, Ctalling, or ttIuiness in thc parisht of Ascension (except thioset c xipressly exellipt frotl such tax by Articles ;2_t utnd 207 of tlie (onstlit ilion of the Slattt), the saule anilual parish license tax lf.ir the year 1880 (in uolnnii) as has been levied by tihe .ltae forl State license taxes by Act No. 119 of tile General Asseui ,ly Iplplroved April 10, 1880. Stlc. 2 Be it further ordained, That in order to iitake said levy of the ainnutal prllisli - Itetl- tax., as provided for in the preceding w.cetion herein, so as to nonform to the pro visions of said Act 119, the grading intit classes, and enumerations (including levies to each respectively) of the kinds of busi, ness, trades, professions and callings in the alnuish of Ascension upon which the parish license tax is herein levied, shall be the same as provided by the provisions of. said Aet No. 119, and to that end the provisions. of said Act No. 119, are hereby adopted and made a part of this ordinance; proided, that for every business conducted by an insur ance company, society, assoeiation, corpo ration or other organization or firm doing an insurance business of any kind, fire, ma rine, river, life, accident or other in this State, whether located here or operating through a branch department, resident board, local oflice or through the medium of any person, firm, company, corporation or. agency, including private underwriting of insurance policies, the license shall be based ,on the gross annual amount of premiums, as follows, viz : If premiums are $30,000 or less, shall pay $25; if over $30,000, shall pay $50. Provided further, that all traveling comnmercial agents from other States offer ing any species of merchandise for sale or selling the same same in this parish shall pay an annual license which shall not ex ceiid twenty-five dollars. SEc. 3. Be it further ordained, That the ,parish license taxes herein levied shall be collected in tile samte manner as is provided for in thifcollection of State license taxes in said Act 119 of the General Assembly. Sac. 4. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances, regulations or resolutions in con flict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Adopted by the Police Jury, parish of As clnsion, May 18, 1880. Yeas-Duffel, Rodriguez, Klopman, HIan son, Brand, Gibson, Blouin. R. T. HANSON, A true copy: President. it. PRosI'ur LANDRY, Secretary. PARISH OF AscENsION, Court-llouse, May 18, 1880. [No. 9. New Series.] AN ORDINANCE 4equiring stores, shops, groceries, and other places of publio business to be closed on Sunday And prohibiting the sale or barter of the stock in trade of such places of business on that day, and prescribing penalties for violations of this ordinance. SEC. 1. Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension, 'rhat from and after the 15th of Julie, 1880, all stores, shops, groceries, saloons and all places of public business, which are or may be licauscd un der any law of the parish of Ascension, are required to be closed at 12 o'clock on Satur day night, and to rellain closed for twenty four lhoturs, during which period of time it shal I not be law tul for the plrprietor or em ployees thereof to give, tralde, barter or sell any of tile stock in trade of such establish lutlent, aS the case may be. tc2. ". Be it frother ordtdned, etc., That whosoever shall violate tihe provsiions of this act, for each offense shall be deemed guilty of at minsdeimenau, land, on trial tand conviction thlereof, shall pay i a lie of not less than $50 nor morec than $500, or imlnris oulle:lit[ for not less than teil days lnor more th:an thirty days, or both fine and imprison muent, at the dtliscreton of the court. SEc. 3. Be itfu'rthier ordained, etc., That the provisions of this act shall hot apply to drug stores, barber shops, apothecary shops, undertakers' establishlnents. public atd pri vate markets, bakeries, livery stables, rail roads, whet!;er steam or horse, hotels, board illng-houses andt stcamiboahts aind other ves sels, warehouses for receiving and forward iug freights, restaurants and telegraph of flees ; provided, that stores may be opened for the purpose of selling burial imaterial. Sac. 4. 4. Be it further ordained, That no alcoholic, vinous or lmalt liquors shall hbe ivcin, or traded, or bartered, or sold, or de livered, otherwise than by preseription written by a licensed physician for a persot actually sick in bed, and so stiated to he by the physician in the prescription, in or by any establishment, or place, or conveyancce named in section 3 of this act, duning tlhe time fixed in section 1 of this act, under the penalties psovided in section 2 of this act. 8:c. 5. Be it further ordained, etc., That the 1povisions of this ordinance to regulate the s1le of merchandise, alcoholic, vinous or nalt liquors on Sunday, recited above, shall extend andi be effttive in all particulars to the sale of merchandise, alcoholic, vinous or mualt liquors within the corporate limits of the town of Donaldsonville, in the same manner and under the same conditions anli penalties us in said ordinanlce is contained. Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, etc., That all laws or l.rts of laws contrary to or in consistent with the provisions hereof shall be anrd the same are hereby rcpealed. Adopted by the PIolice Jury, parish of As ceusion, May 18, 1880. Yeas-Duflcl..Rouriguez, Klopiman, IIan son, Braud, Gibson, Blouil. R. T. IIANSON, A true copy: President. R. P.)'oSrl'E LtANDI , secretary. 5000 LADIES AND GENTS WVANTE)D to go home, arm themselves with their Pocket 'Books, and March to S 0 OYS E, Mississippi S treet, DO NAL.tO9NVILLE, LA1, Whose ENTIRE STOCK, Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Notions, Furniture, Hardware, Crockery, Liquors, ETC., ETC., ETC-, will be sold out within the next SIXTY DAYS, On account of Remoral, and REGARDLESS OF COST!! Come One ! Cosme .1i !'f AND COLME RIpGHIT 4WY