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I;'I'LAMIATIOtN BY THE GOV
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Execuntive lye Inrtrriet.
New i)rleans, Sept. Iii. I7ti.
III coiimliaiice with the laws ,
this State igd of the United Statet
nk tice is he1 ltiet givi0 i t lihat . ge nle.
"i.-t lrotl will Ie hIe l ilh tlhet State I.
Lotuiiait otl the Toolwiaty S4114 oo
iug tihe lito t M ,niiyl.ty in ,ovenii:
ti vt, viz: 'TI'I .-;i)A.Y. N.ovemi r"
1-7t;, at which lhe, tiin, theore .' Ii
lit ch.i Meen by tthe qi.Llitield voters 0,
, 49t 1l. Fict r. ofi President anll
'iae P&eolle.t of thla t'nited State.
A' Re rWestlrtiative inl thl Forty.
ilth ('oi:gre~, of the I'i teod Statte
tfr the Fk'irst Co:inga't-sioni.l I/isitict.
comolnt.l of the Iarilhe of i'linquoi
minesl, St. Ikrn|ard. and that pt""
tion of the parish of t prle.ens h in
un the right bank of the Mii.,i"siipp.
river, and that poiti o oun the let
Ianlk below Julia otr-ethand the nei.t
caill,. twlnprisiog wranoi threeo. fou,lr.
five, aux. osevent, eight, sillue anil it'
teen of city ot New t(rleaani.
A Repitresetative in the Forty
fifth Congrlss of thle I'niteld Stagti
for the St.eudl Conlgare..ional Dll
trict. ecoiiuposed of that portion oq
the Iparisl of Orleanso lying atloiv
Julia street and the new t';ic l.
comprisinng the soecond, firs.t. teluth.
esbv*C St, twelfth, thirteenth, foour
teenth, sixteenth, and sevenlteeltt,
wards of the city of New Orleans,
and the parishes of JeftirseMn, St.
Charles, St. John the Hapjtist and
A Bepr entative in the Forty
Ith Coegrpes the United Statet
for the Third Congresuio l. Dis
tril elmal d of the Ipadrdes ,i
Itli le md4 ean ; AAnsuaiptioon,
Laforchee, lit. Martin, Lafayette,
Vermillion, Cameron, and Calcasiel.
A Representative in the Forty
fifth Congress of the United Staten
for the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict composed of the parishes of
Rapides, Vernon Sabine, Natchi
toches, Grant, Wiun, Red Rivetr.
Do Soto, ICad4d, .l osier, Wehatei
A Representative in the Forty
Afth Conuess of the United States
for the Fifth Congressional District,
composed of the parishes of Concor
da, Caldwell, Franklin, Tentia,
Madisop, Richland, Onachita, Jack -
son, Lincoln, Union. Morehouse,
Carroll, Claiboiale and Catahoula.
A Representative in the Forty
ffth Congress of the United Stater
for the Sixth Congressional District
composed of the parishes of Avo3
elles, St. Landry, Point Coupee.
West Felicians. East Feliciana,
3Yest Baton Rouge, East Baton V
'oUge, St. Helena, Livingston,
Tangipano, Washington and St o
A (overnor, a Lieutenant Gov
srnor, an Auditor ot Public Ac
eounts, an Attorney General, it S~t -i
retary ot State and a Sutleriuteudl
out of Public Edcation for the
State of Loutaiana.
Also, Members of the General As
sembly, as follows :
One Senator from the Second Sen
atorial District, composed of the -
fourth, fifth and sixth wards of the
pariah of Orleans.
One Senator from the Third Sena
torial District, composed of the sev
enthl eigth and ninth wards of the
parrish of Orleans and the parish of
One Senator from the Sixth Sena-. 1
torial District, comploscd oft tal 5
twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, six- bi
teenth and seventeenth wards of thlt cu
parish of Orleans and the parishes fu
of Jefferson, St. Charles anti St. th
John the Baptist. ye
One Senator for the same district
far thm unexpired term of H. H.
One Senator from the Eigth Sen T
atrial District, composed of the
parishes of Assumption, Lafourctl Ad.
One Senator fom the Ninth Sen
atorial District, composed of the
prishes of Vermillion and St. Mary.
One Senator from the Tenth iSeIn
atorial District, om posed of ithe
ib b of Cameron, Caleasiei, St.
Lndry and Lafayette.
One Senator from the Eleventlh
Senatorial District, composed of the
Pdabs of Livingston, at. Helena, I1
. Tamuasny, Tazagipahos aud ver
One Seator from the Twelfth ope
Seaalnrti District, onlmsced ot the erp
paiteesof Pointe COUldee, East Fe mea
ciclana and West Feliciana. tiec
One senrtor from the Fourteealth and
enatorial ditrict, composetlI ol the ble
pershe of West Baton tRoulge, Ikt . mitt
ule, iberia and St. Martin.
One senator from the sixteenth cure
senatorial district, comlposed of th, of i
parishes of Tensas and Franklin. pres
One senator from the seveuteentlh Ti
smaterial district, couposed of thi emit
paishes of CarrnU, Madison, More- Itts
bae an·d Riehland. to
One lenator from the eighteentl
ematortial distriet, composed of tnt
perishes of Ounachita and Caldwelh
One sena·tor from the nineteenti
seatorial district, composed of ti All
of Union, Lincoln at Pain
Oe emator from the tweatietl relidi
swuatral district, eomposed of thi eacia
"sisua'd Boesier, Bienaville, Chlau old.
rand Webster. or se
One eanator from the twenty-fir? We
seatorial distxict, comIipoedl o t1. odtfie,
perish of Caddo. oiontg
O s enator from the twenty-set y f
d rmsiral ditarieS, e posed i . vr
st Uedueore. tee River,
Sabine and N 1hitoehps.
*aoe i.n L,rsi m t ep4t thinl
(;OV <1natnriil -district, comnloied of the
,;aridles of Rapides and Vernon.
(Ine senator from the twenty
LNA, f urth senatorial district, cotumposed
. theiparishes of (8atnhoula, Winn
i.' nd Grants.
Nineteen senators in all.
(;a one hundredl and twenty nem
,1. ers ot the House of Rejpresentatives
e apponrtioned by act No. 1, w."sion
C.E .f i 17.;, approveus January :31. 187ti.
One Judge and one Distriet At
.irio,'y for each judicial disttirc of
l'arishl judges, aheriflfs, cronelrs.
ustices of the peace, cnstales,.
it an. Hliie' jurors, and all parish otfictrs,
ts provided by law; and also
r A mnayor and seven adlinistxrrators
.tat or the city of New Ouleans, two
slet' n ii'l'ittfs, two coroIers, judges l ald
,lerks of the several 'district c.ounrts
.nod justices of the jpeac. e and eonl
Sil talles for the parish of Ole.anls.
All asseitantsupervisors, colnuniis
Slent 'i'ierts alind other ofticers ot election
thrnoun''hout the state are IlhereL dti
fIui rected to hold said elerticn for 'res
Stl idential electors, representalives ii,
Colngreses govetnur, lieuteunant gov
',.ty- .*rnor, auditor, altorley general,
,it'.teu hcretary of state, suprlllintendent of
U116 jLldic eduEcation, imcº'becrs of the
,*** 'p `;eneral Assemlbiv. and judicical,
tsv. parilsh and municipal ottiee's, in lall
unlal things a;ccordinlg to law, eXercluing
Iotil. due diligence to elnfoice the statutes
for- thea' state and ot the United ,5itttes
endl, devised for tihe Itreventiion of trlaui
cans. or vtoleuce, and kir thle aiiefae nce
, S of the freedom and purity of elec
(Given under my hand and the seal
orty of the State hereto attached, at tihe
tate, capitol, in the ety of New Orleans,
Dis- this sixteenth day of September, in
e ,,t the year of our Lord one tlhousanl
tion eight hundred and seventy-six, and
.tite, of the independence of the United
a iu State, the outne tndred anud irat.
"rt- WM1. P. KELLu00G,
tates Governor of the State of Louinsiau.i
is By the Governor:
a of P. G. DELLOSDE,
telhi. Simetary of t ta te.ft
t BEATTY _Y PI
t Grand, Squ:ºre and lt
trict, or Jas. F. Bagan, tirum eagan Cai
as. ter. publishers Daily and Weekly i i
bun, Jefferson City, Mo., after recedn
tak ing a $700 instrument, says:
'"t .Piano reached uas in good condition,.
la. i atm wellPleased with it. It is all y,..
lpr. ent at to be."
ate r om E. L Baldridge. Benuington Fur.
nrict nce, Pa., after receiving a s7tt 1
"The Beatty" rseceived 4th inst.. all U
And K., and some fully up to your repr.
iit, sentationU and exceeds our expectations.
sotd While I don't pr to be judge in th,
t e.uatte, mar. B does, ad pronounes it
St of ver weet tone ; and very mnch
pleased with it"
lov- Best ildasemeats evtr ofrered. Mone' I
Ac- returned upon return of pian, and treigh'f N
. charges paid by me tDaniel F. Beartti
aoyl both ways if unsatisfactory, alter a tea
trial of rve days. Pianos w.rranted to
Syear Ant wanted. Send t:
As- DANIEL F. BEATTY, I
Washington, New Jersey. U. S. .
;en- ocif 76-1y
FLORAL GUIDE k"
S- 1FOR 1878.
of )UBLISHED QUARTERLY. It pa
1 contains over 100( Pages, 500 Eul- Il
na. graviags, descriptions of more thau ll
te 5W00 of our best Flowers and Vegeta
lix- bles, with directions for culture, [
the colored plate, etc. The imost use
he, ful and elegant work of the kind it. ,
st. the world. Only 25 ceuts for tile n
year. Published in English and 'o
ict Germaan. Address W
11. JAMES VICK, i
Rochester, N. Y. I.
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:iu.g Fvrank Lee lBenedict, Jane G. Aus- !
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te, A11AS. J. PETERSON, at
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IBEATTY P IA N O. "
GHAAND UVC.I , Eh A.ND CIUP i
E From lion. G. it. ('.titer. publisher,
* S*uitnaern Aegis. Atshvuie.. ILt: tu.
'"'We have r."efivcd trolhn the lanlufae- t.n
turer, Daniel F. hi.it\. 'llle ..f his square we
it plans. It is at tLia,1g iof beaulty. but not
El l. ature eX.4ll.le to i i .1. t- IN the tfilish of
an it. waikinnlr.s..ilp, at lt" a ianinig hto the c
1ta - at is tae sweellle a ol it, meItndy. The
iet, Itwnli coluilnts* ith highlstl excelelncee,
to w"uni all lidrt-e.mas ula lilacturl.re il F1
e- iuusical ilisll tllln alk l. 1. all who
W wi .h to i llvet InI a first-cila piano we
ie ae no hesitancy iu advising thent- to
tld nenuid llthe mnie,iy directly to Mr. IBatty.
We sbld e twnl aciteal exlimliinent, and atj
. watin.u pleasure we give hbis evidence oi
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Beat oiler ever given. Money retuldd per
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Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Wahingston hew Jersey, U. 1. A.
[ AVING onipleted miy new Steam T
S(Jilt, on th. Forenizy Platce, iear T l'hie
- 'olfax, I am prepared to gin cotton, for
all who ian3 favor me with their blsi- Dail
nell, at very resoMnable rases. A good
Attached to theGin in a GRIST MILL Posi
which shall bte run every linaturday, for 8l
tle acomiiuiodlltion of thlioa who want rlt
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, Colfsx, Aug.l I*"it or n
rt CELEBRATED D
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u PAIRLOR ORIGANS.
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tof Washin ton, N. J., presses torwvrd
waith greatest vigor."
Fiova Wm. i'eol Niagara Falls, N. Y.
"Several motiin utee ot the iagantu
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Lhat it i one ot the best mwade. I hass a xtiti
rCn toue; ta variors tones are nout oi thIi
pleasalt I must heartily recommend aspWr
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,al ',ej evrgivene. Money refunded
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It Utnsalefac.,iery, alter a tet tiu of are
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