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POLI CED TU.TEj.
Parish of East Baton Rouge,
-.. ,,. v. 11th, 18I, \
Regular meeting of the Jury.
Present-Mr. F. Gardere, *President;
.toiegudo, Mlilean, eesbt, Iirnic,
Roberts and Graham.
Tie min s 9 last meeting rvere
examine Roberts' bridge, on the Comite
river, wert gra tqurtlhr tip.,
Special Committee to ascertain the
indet/tlneeq of the paie~~p rtsid si
length, of which the following is a re
capitulation, vi :
Total Registered debt ........$20,70(r.69
Judgments vs. the parish..... 49,6077
Total...... .............. 8.75
The foregoing report i4s receive! and
Prdellk Teaker was plaedlot the
list of indigent poor, at $3.00 per month
to date back to 1st January, 1879. .
By Mr. Burnett : Resolved, That at
the election, to be held on the second
day of December next, 1879, a commis
sioner of election be allowed to each of
the three parties now 'liefore the people
of this parish, to-wit: One commission
er to the Demoertice party, one to the
Republican party and one to the Inde
Mr. Graham moved to lay the above
resolution oni the table. '
Ayes-Messrs. Carmena, Montegudo,
Millican, Nesbit and Graham-5.
Nays-Messrs. Perron, Fisher, Burnett
The resolution was therefore laid on
The Jury then took a recess of fifteen
Onre-assembling all the members were
Mr. Graham presented a list of com
missioners and clerks of the election to
be held on the 2d day of December, 1879.
Mr. Roberts moved to lay the motion
on the table, and a division being called,
five members voted for and five vo
ted against the resolution.
Mr. Roberts appealed to the jury as to
the Fight of Mr. Gardere to vote ans
member from the 8th Ward (..~be ug
President of the Jury.)
The vote being called, resulted ns fol
To sustain the President--Messrs. Car
mena, Montegndo, Millicah, Nesbit, Gra
Versus-Messrs. Perr ,n, Fisher, Bi.r-.
nett and Roberts.
The Chairman was therefore sustained.
Mr. Graham then proposed the nannes
of Messrs. Hy. Reinken, O. P. Skol:ichl
and Charles Pages as Conmnissioners for
the First Ward with Mr. M. Granary tps
Mr. Robefts moved to lay on-the table.
Ayes-Messrs. Perron, 'Fisher, Milli
can, Barnett, Robettes-5.
Nays-Messrs. Carmena, Montegado,
Nenbit, Gralnun,i Gardere-5.
Mr. Perron moved to change names of
Commissioners for the First Ward as
follows: Messrs. O. P. Skolfieldl, T. 8.
Brady and B Barauco.
The vote called onl adoption of Mr.
Perroo's motion resulted :as follows:
-Mo ,gudo, Nesbit, Carmena,
... - daoosion. .- - . ..-- - .... ... . --
,. $ Bzstr moved to lay the en
tire originas ltion, as ofered by Mr.
Graham, O>lde, )
, Pen in motiop the , uryo topk.
The following resolution was then of
o fered and unanimously adopted:
e Be it resored by khe Poliee Jerr of the
Parish of East toqio louge,, That the
e following named Commissioners., and
Vlerks ofElecjtion e herey appointed
for tiel e r Elet ob o
the Second day of December, 41879:
First Ward Comnmissoners-,O. P. Skok
7 field, T. S. Brady, J. C. Favrot. Clerk,
E. D. Cheatltam.
Second Ward Commissiloners-Ed. Jo
i ly, Winm. Rhodus, O. Bethel. Clerk, .j
d M. Skolfleld. *
h W. Frisby.
Fourth' Ward Commissioners, 'First
t Preeinet-Alonso Wood, T. J. McHugh,
J Robt. Montegudo. Clerk, T. H. Corco
Fourth Ward Commissioners, Second
Prebinet--J. R. Williams, W. S. Roberts,
H. B. Samuels. Clerk, Robt. M)uneqn.
Fifth .Ward Commissiners--William
Craig, R. W. Hones, Thos. Stockwell.
Clerk, Eldrich Atkiiin , . '
Sixth Ward Commissioners-John
Kleinpeter, W. HL. Gayle, r,, R. ,Caiy.
Clerk, D. B. hB.id6td.
Seventh Ward Commissioners-C. V.
McMain, Wm. O'Neal, Alex. Cooper.
Clerk, P. S. Harelson.
Eighth Ward Commissioners, First
Precinct-M. E. Martinez, Chas. Ahern,
R. Thomas. Clerk, Manuel Gottleib.
Eighth Ward Commissioners, Second
'Precinct-Q. A, Peyehaud, N. 8. Dough
erty, H. Washington. Clerk, Dick
Ninth Ward Commissioners-George
Garig, W. J. Sharp, Dan Rogers. Clerk,
J. J. H. Weiners.
Tenth Ward Commissioners-E. C.
Brown, Dan Sullivan, H. Booksh. Clerk,.
I. J. David.
Mr. J. B.'Nachman on part of sundry
citizens presented a petition relative to
the "Sunday Ordinance" asking for re
lief in the lpremises. Mr. Grahamlanove:i
to lay the petition on the table lnd the
ayes and itnay s were t alld, resultling is
Ayes-Messrs. Carmena, Montegludo,
Millican, N sbit, Roberts and Graham.
Nayq---Messrs. Perron, Fisher and Bur
Petition was. therefoi,, laid on the
By Mr. Graham--Be it resolred, Th;at
the Tax Collector ish and he is hercl,y
authorized to receive Parish WaVrrants
ill payth~faont of taxe1,? all years upk to
and including the year 1n76, said, war-.
rants to be ~ceived at the rate of 50
cents on the dollar; provided, that (10)
ten per cent bV paid in cash to, ISO applied
to the Rolui 1nd Bridge I'unnd-adolted.
The following report from the Parish
r Treasurer was read tid order.d, .i d.
Tb the I'riside~nt anl memiciber'of the Iol tc
Gentlemen-lBelow I have thle honor to
p,n, time: - -
b. ol eeh thi s dse.:..=$ ig6 28
Disburseepuasr flash book 14,939 05
BalAnce cash b d hi date $,037 42
ALFRED DUP IEf
rq uar meeting.
FdUS'oaBe DEiE, Preuident.
O;. P. SKoLVaD, Clerk.
" $B ,E. • . ": -": " ,
et iade fori Pialic meetings in the
seeveral wardes of the parish, to be ad
dressed by.. prominent speakers. The
Ibters of the wards are respectfully in
fvted to be present:
Uara No.3-Sitrday Nov. 22d and 29th
at 4 o'clock at Thoemmeun'N
o'eipck, at Plains gtore.
" b-.Saturday Nov. 9th, at I
S o'lock, at. Little Bandy
6' " 6--Saturday Nov. 165th, at 4
o'clock, at Nesbit's Store.
°" " 7---Saturday Nov. 29th, at 3
o'clock, at MAhenio Lodge.
" " S-Saturday 15th,,and29th,at 4
o'lok,,at Lopez's Store.
" " 9--8a-turday 15th, and 29th, at
4 o'clock, at brifiBn's Store.
" '4 1Hfýdj N64r. 2(h, at 2 o'
clock, at Woodland School
COME ONE! COME ALL
CoUkslND-In this city, on Friday,
November 14, 18790 at 5 o'clock, a. m.
Mrs Mary Oobsinard, now Hnge, Agd
83 years and 6 uoonths.
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NOTICE TO BUILDERS-I have just
.received, and offer pt low figures, a
fresh supply of Cape IAnd Ohio River
Lime, Hydraulic Cement and Fire Brick.
Ct TAPLE Hardware-We are now pre,
0 pared to till orders for articles in thin
line, at New Orleans prices. Nails a
specialty. David & Garig.
DI) you cver-Well, yes. In fact, we
always buy our groceries from
David & Garig.
M EATS-Mess Pork, Bulk Shoulders
and Clear Sides, S Ia.r-eured Hamn,
canlvassted andl nucanrv a5l; 1Breakfast
Bacon, c'anvasseld all uncanvassed;
Sunke l Toligjui1, rtltonll. Marst tref
illn hiltharrels. Aloi'e eaf i ,hbnult at
bottom figures at store of WM. GARIG.
BAGGING AND TIFS-In' store and
25,(00 yards Bagging,
* iO bundles ron 'Ties.
10 Iunmdles Baling Twine,
4 Whigh IM iil cell at. the lowest market
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