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WOOD, NODY a OO.'P.
SPLENDID BOHZJMZ FOR .OCTOBER!
C*ptail ' ' ' 1S60,000.
-WOOD, EDDY & C0.,
-Manmg~er f lb.
UfOlLAW4nu, GEORGIA, KENTUCKY AND MISSOURI
Th. "lwbng 9obam. will Be deewn by WOOD, EDDY A
CO., .engmn of th.e Sparta Academy Iotey of Georgia, In
seuh of ibelrs.Slogl Nmbeer Wlstful or OCTODER, 189, In
aOl.d4 drawnSaturday, Otober 1, 1869.
ani 41 drawn Satuday, October ,18M.
Ulqa 494 w l29eurdy, October 15, 189.
Clam 48 dr Bw. Saturday, Octob~e 23, 189.
O d44. dwe SaBsturldy, October 29, 189.
YORE TJ4i' ONE PRIZE TO EILREI' NINE TICKETS.
Tbe follIoig Solupeb Schbme will b2 dr.aw
JIACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER I
O Ptie of.............900,00 i....................... 001,011
1 ............... S90,0 I....................... 209001
1 ............... 10900 Is...................... 10,00)
I .. ............. 6,000 I................. .... 0.000
1 ............... ,000 la...................... 40,00
S.. ........... 3000 is...................... 8,000
9 .......... . 1,00 Is..... ................. 1,600
60 .. ............. 6100 ar...................... 25,000
100 .............940 r..................... 40,010
100 ............... 300M are.................... 90,1M0
100 .. . . 0 R...................... 1l,00
C . ... . 100 a........................ ,W)
4 prim of 5455 appeo.malting to 10,000 prim S.... M1,500
4prieo N00 appxImti9to 90,00 prim are.... 1.,20
4prism o R0 apprimating to 1906N p,9m are.... 1,255
4ppeke of S .peeoxlmsmleg2 o ,099 prlem re.... goo
4 pries o of p.pp bmelflglgto 4,m0 pri r..... No
4 pdoia 160 2 ppro5imamltleg t ,M0 prlem.,0.... 0o1s
4 pimeR I INf 100pproimig to 1,59001 prim .... 400
6,000 primaso of 9ate...................................10,00
9,485p4.llamutigto.................. ............ 932,09)
Whbl1ek2bW .Sl5;.alree,8:, ; Qurtom,25M .
3A Ulee0e shobilg lb. Pln of the I.llerlds will 9 lesot
29 snyoneBI Swim of ree.ivleg It.
SOD eiPru of Dwill be ,b omleOd by lb,. 29. I gure of the
numbvetb.5t5.wstbebu mM0p. . Feroe ,mlno:, ILtLum
bar dalwgob teS1R,2p000 pm ends wlih No. 1, thee 1ll tlb ti1,.
Swhbmtlheecmberends In51. ll be entitled to 1Mo. Il tl,
umber ends lith No. 2, lb.n all thl2e kts wLheb the num9be
ends wlth b wllllbeuenttled to IdR, and .. an to 0.
Ce.0I..s.,of PacRages Br 10 Wbole Tikt. .............958
1012910 .. ............40
10 Qurter .. ............2
10 ghths .. ......... 10
I1 ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATE.)
aneo. tlhbemoeey to Ie. 0ddress ee lbs TIckets ordered, on
..eceipt bf whlihb . 2ll be fora.rldd by 0,.s mal.
Purchasers m have tIskets ending in Bmy 9gure they may de.
The it odf d lbw.umb and Pries b.llI besent to pee.
.b.,ee lemdiatel.y after the d.,eIng.
grePseeb.., will ple.se wel ibetir si gntures plabn and
give tlb Po.iO49ee, Countey .d State.
9RAl tlbthes ea t resq..t of niey0 of oar S4outhb' and Roelb.
Western Corraepoedoets. , we h2 been lndu.ed to ope. se of.
gee in New 0,9.00., .h, orders e. r TFicbets cn be 29ll9d.
Orders wRll be prmptlly tllteddd to, 50 addressed to
C. T. HOWARD,
Box 1051H, Yost-O000, New Orleane, 1,,.,or
WOOD, EDDY d& CO.,
I'li IeAW Au,,els. fio.rgi, .
Wine., Liquors, etc.,
NOS. 13 AND 15 ROYAL STREET.
A supply of CREME DR R1OOCY CIAMPAGNE, in oquab
and pints, eontinsUlly n hand, which is equal to the best tlat
oe this market. Als, other brands of Inferior quality,
TOPAZ SHERRY, CABINET SHERRY, HIERRA SHER
RY, GOLDEN SHERRY, DUFF CORDON SHERRY, AN
CHOR SIIERRY, SPARKLING and STIL, IIOCK, Old and
Fine PORT WINE, MADEIRA AND SHIIERRY WINES,
BRANDIES-Saereec, of the vintage of 1795, 17% and Ik05, and
bther bandl. WHISKY, of all descrptions-Scotch Irih,
Rye and 'Bourbo. ALE and PORTER, in plnts and queart.
Alo on hand, my al asortment of the st
Wines and Liquors
n the mttts which will be sold on as reswnable terms .a any
other houe in the city.
SEWELL T. TAYLOR,
e7 2ply No.. 13 and 15 Royal street.
Breuff Brother # Searer,
S............ WARREN ST.......... ..... 44
savanrons or r.s
CELEBRATED OVAL EYE COTTON HOES,
IMPROVED PATTERN CANE KNIVES.
-soLs Asom ron
R. P. BRUFF'S AXES.
S-Thejobbng trade supplied by the package.
BA heay sleek of ILARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
ste., eonsent y on band. Jy21 2ply
a surT. J. e. G. xuxNu.
0 ...................CANAL STREET...................BO
We are now prepared to do ll the
WATOR, CLOCK AND JEWELRY WOILR
THAT MAY BE ENTRUSTED TO US,
wa m- ia NY AND nass- ae.
Frmt the old customers of Major lufty and the friends of
J. B. . G. Kenndy, we respectfully soliclt a shae of their
. e, pstrose.
oaurstockof FINE WATCHES, CIOCKS,
Jewelry and Pancy Articles,
will rise in a few days, when we WIU take pleasure in showing
Ibem to onr esetomers.
BBUIESI, COMBS and
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, etc.
Wholes.lo ad Retil Country Merchblts will please gve us
8 CANAL STREET,
an, 2ttf One door from Chrtres, towards the river.
l2 Country Jlerchants.
THEODORE FROIS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
They rcspetfllly inform their friends from the ncanty and
Ity that they have TEMPORARILY REMOVED from their
.old stnd, to
No. 18 CANAL STREET,
BETWEEN NEW LEVER AND FRONT STREETS,
where they will be prepreed to oer. as usual, an ceoeedingly
ilrge and wel-olcead stock of
On good let me at reasonable prdcs.
THEODORE FROIS & CO.,
IS Canal steet,
sel3 2pif Between New Levee and Front s'wets.
E. .4. Tyler.
110 CANAL T .........................NEW ORLEANS.
FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS,
, "imw'r m x. X. y ,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
-Manufaetures to Order
Silverware and Jewelry.
DIAMONDS RESET, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY.
REPATRED. ae apt.
S Cigars ! Cigars !
Pnrehaers will alsays ind in store an asrtmeet of the well
Sth. brabnds-Igcenuldad, Flor de Pujadas, Merdlans, Flor de
aehb, Redows, Cabrgas, Partagt, Know-omething, Wasb
'stop, Dos Heromau, Mai BHa bheo, etc., etc., t the lowet
P. PRATS & CO.,
as18ba 29 Commercial place.
ss..r] sctOes eL ..S ............................. . W. u Sa.
XLDF*N &G ]CAA.U--SUCOESSORS TO S. E.
S-ORUMAN A CO--No. 6 MSanls, street, eter of Ora
' , ; , New Odea, Importers, Mehufaturs, Wholestle ..d
5r.a1 Dealers Ia
EOFT PUR, SILK nd WOOL HATS,
LADIES' BONNEES AND STRAW OGODS
of every dedrlptlo
s CAI., IWDRELLAS, etc., ste.
J io? xfsetej, Net SSBetsswy, N.Y. j lpSi.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, BY NIXON & ADAMS, AT No. 70 CAMP VTrO1
VOLUME XII. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 84, 1859. rUMMER ]j
brmtinations a. serican Parjy.
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1859.
CONORESS-FIRST DIWPTRIET..J. H' DOoull ny.
UOr Orc t ........ ................. Dr. ]W a s.B ea sh .
DISTRICT ATT'ORNY........... C. Lrd.
CLERKS OF COURTS.
F:ECOND .. r.S.E
THARID .. ". Toledano.
FlOURTHI .. .. ChlCO T on.
FIFTH . ,, F..
SIXTH Isaae lips
STATE TAX COLL ECORS.
FIRST DISTRICT ........T......hou. Aukew.
CON ............... ..Jo. Hernande.
TIIIRD .. ................ . St. Ceran
FOuItaI . ............C. . Dunce.
A.LI)R. ...) ypolite Fortier.
(AI OSOAR STATE ASS.:tORS.
FIRST DISTRICT .................. F . Trlnehar.
KS.NID ....... R. . Hubbard.
TI' ) ..................T. . Boule.
FOUIRTH ............ ..J. JA. Watklns.
TBe noele ed id l for bAn y the entire oEyl
ALGIERS t s .................. R A . E. Chtihol"E
JUSTICES OF TIIE PEACE.
FIRSTJ STIC .................A . G.. e .
TEII N . . ........ .. . I. ao;e oe.
FIUITII .. ..... ....... el
FIFTII ................... . a ererS .
SEIXTII .. ....... rte.
ENTII.. ........... . B. B e In.
FIRST JUSTICE COUtT ....... B, hoehtl
SECIIN ... hi.W term.
FOURTH ... .........OetavCauonge.
FIFTH .. ...........LoutePower,
IXT . ...........C. V. Busned.
SEVENTH .. ...........J . Cýostley.
intnes, Brandies, etc.
V. c. "7. Ih ... T T,
17 ST. LOUIS STREET, (Old 20,)
Sole Agents for the South of
Alexander eignette's Rochell IIRANI)IES.
Clompagnle ViMyard Propritetor' Ce. C ogen BRANDIES.
(iOldenbelg COGNAC, 1130 ed 1Mb5.
G),,lle Freweet COIONAC, 1853, 1841 ted 1821.
LAI. O. I.Oyer COONAC, 1813 aned 185.
I.srronde Cognac lne CHIAMPAU SNE, 131.
Irrede extra old COGNAC.
And sundry other brande, n half pipe, quartere and octaver, all
under Cuetom-llouse key..
WIN IS IN BOXES-Clsaleu L,0ae,, IL. MNnton, IHat Brion,
Iomvlie, Leltte, Nrg'lx, ((tlcurs, quarts And pinte , with
cork and glas stoppers, and St. Eclee, American F-ag,
Irom P. F. .Eyqim & Flit, Bordeaux; Chteaeu Iergtux
end llelt Sauteee,e from Ltrronde Freree, BIordeaux ; lao
various brante, in qurte eand plnt, fro.m Rdolpthe Bay A
CL.ARET AFD WIIITE WINE--i cake and M arrel..
C(tRDIArLS-PFrom Nler Iltld. & Reger ead I. Rnmhben,
SARDINES IN OIC-rom A. Gillet & Co., Ldrient.
CIIAMPAGNE-Royalsl HInter, Comte du Iolilet. Fleur de
lounty and Creme de flonoy, quart, pints nd qurtersect;
froe X. DePbondei, FI,, AyS; from e. pLtcuitre File.
CORKhS-Bttle an ed emelhns, aseoertd sines. n~A) 2pMoly
B. Pffetd . Sons,
ROIA tOLSA.E AND REfTAIL
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
DRESS TRI1MINGS AND TIOYS,
No. 122 Catel Street, Toero Buildings.
Country MSrchants will nd in our hoIuse the Iargetl selection
lof good. in the line keptl; rst wItee peucliar f(eilities for pee
chsing, we can sell at meuch lower pric than Northern houe,,,.
B. PIFFET & SONS,
Je. 21Mo&Sam - 122 C.nlsrbeet.
Splenadid Eerench Furniture,
--MAxrvREm n r
7 P.OYAL STREET AND SI BTENVILLE STREET.
HOUSE-FURNISHING AND ARTISTIC ARTICLES.
He weold respectfully idfonn the public that he hu Just ar
rived from Paris with the Bfrt choice of God, over selected In
ERop, for this market-which, for [meaty, tnstefulnece and
richnes, cannot be excelled by any house in America. Among
other things to which he wuld invite ,peid attention, are
Magtlecent Parlor and Bedroom Hew of Furniture, in Rose
wood and Mahogany; Inlaid Buhl, Papler Ma.he, and Old
Oak, DmingrIom. 1111 and Library eats. FINl CURTAIN
STUFFS, consisting of Lampsaaode, Brocade, Damask, Satin,
Silk, Embroidered BEobnett and Mulinm; and a large asortment
of TRIMMINGS for UIIIIOLSTERY, such s Tassels, Loops,
Fringes, Cords, Cornices, Bands and Iooks. Also, English Ta
petry and Bruen.el Carpeting and Rag.; French and American
Window Shades, Maitlng, etc.; Mirrors of all sises; Gilded
Woods for Frames and Cornices ; Broneo and Poreelain Clok.s,
and Chandclebrsa for Gu and Oil: Fancy Vases; Toilet and
Wsastland Sets; Cut Glaeas; China Dining and Tea Sats-all of
which will be sold at the lowest price, so as to prevent all com
petition with any house in the United States.
.2 2.n I67l Ravl asreet and 80 Blenviile St.
Fall and Wl'nter Clothing
IN THEIR NEW STORE.
H. OREENWALL & BROTHER,
No. T20 TCHOUPITOULAS ST.,
Opposite the Louana IIotel,
Have in store, by late arrivals from theolr manufactories at the
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
FALL AND WIINTER CLOTHING,
-wmnICR tng wt1
Sell at Low Prices I
Among this stock arc
BLACK CLOTH DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
BUSINESS COATS-of all materials and all prices.
CIOTH, SILK, VELVET AND CASSIIMERE VESTS.
And a general soedrtmcnt of
Linen and I.nen Bosom SIIIRTlT--P.lin, White and Fancy.
Fancy Cotton SIIIRTS-of all quaities.
Cotton Nett and Drill DRAWERS and UNDERSHIRTS.
Flannel OVER and UNDERSHIRTS--aU qu1titi1.
Flannel DRAWERS--ll colors and qualitles.
Silk, Idne Cambrii and Cotton IIANDKERCHIEFS.
Kid, Worsted, Silk and Cotton GLOVES.
Heavy Buck and Woolen Nett GLOVES.
And l other articles prtainlng to the outfit of a gentleman.
EYE I N F I M A Y,
No. 35 Lafayette (late Hevia) street.
Between Baronne and Carondelet
NEW OR.ANs, N .
This Institution is open for the reception or persons affected
with DISEASES OF THE EYE.
The Building I new--the Rooms large and airy. Every
attention will be paid to the comfort of patients.
A Wards devoted to the treatment of Slaver with EYE
SA competent Physilcian resides In the hoa.
Whites, from....................$2 0 to u perday.
Operations chaed. extd1. .121 lyAW
George H. Ftaten,
T''YP E FOUNDRIY,
I0I Poydrsa St., between Ctmp and St. Charles ats., N. Orleans.
PRESS . TYPE, INK, PAPER, CARDS, and Frn.dhbbig
of every delrlption, at manufaeturer's pries.
Agent for the sol of R. Hoo & Co.'s Prese and Jas Conner
d Bns' Types.
W Ol"0 d Type tken in exchange for new at 10 eent per lb.
E.e, d-DIad Freseu ba1cht and ·ol . a81 2pMo.WtIy
Opposeaon State Ticket.
THROS. J. WELLS. of Rapideu.
Hon. JOHN RAY, of Ouaehita.
THIOS. J. DURANT, of Orleans.
FOR AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
THOMAS C. ANDERSON, of St. Landry.
Dr. JEHU PERKINS, of lr Baton Rouge.
FOR SECRETARY OP STATE,
Hon. E. W. BLAKE, of Terrebonne.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION,
R. H. CUNY, of Catahoula.
FOR COMMISSIONER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Dr. PHILIP YEISER, of Orleans.
Samuel E. .loore,
No. 49 Camp Street,
--BAs rot saLr
WIIITE CHINA DINNER SETS,
FR. CHINA TEA SETS,
PAINTED CIIINA TOILET SETS,
WHITE STONE DINNER SETS,
CUT AND MOULDED GLASSWARE,
SILVER PLATED CASTORS,
SILVER PLATED WINE STANDS,
SILVER PLATED PITCHERS.
SILVER PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS,
SILVER PLATED CUTS AND GOBLETS,
SILVER PLATED NUT-CRACKS,
SILVER PLATED COMMUNION SETS,
IVORY HANDAED KNIVES,
IVORY NAPKIN RINGS,
PLANIStIED TIN COFFEE POTS,
PLANISHIIED TIN COFFEE URNS,
PLANISIIED TIN EGO BOILERS,
PLANISHEW TIN SOUP TUREENS,
PLANISHED TIN TEA KETTLES,
PLANISIIED TIN OYSTER DISHES,
BRONZED SOLAR LAMPS,
OII.T AND DAMASK SOLAR LAMPS,
KEROSENE OIL, LAMPS,
BRITANNIA METAl, LAMPS,
BRITANNIA METAL CASTORS,
IIBRITANNIA METAl. TEAPOTS,
BRITANNIA METAL SPOONS,
BRITANNIA METAL CANDLESTICKS,
OVAL. AND SQUARE JAPAN TRAYS,
JAPANNED TEA TRAYS IN SETS,
JAPANNED KNIFE TRAYS,
JAPANNED PLATE WARMERS,
JAIASNNEID COAL VASES,
JAPANNEDI TOILET SETS
WASTE PAPER BASKETS,
WIRE NURSERY FENDERS,
WIRE DISII COVERS,
WIRE MEAT SAFES,
WIRE OYSTER BROILERS,
FIRE IRON STANDS,
SHOVEIS AND TONGS,
KITCIIEN TIN WARE,
PORCELAIN-LINED PRFSERVE KETTlER,
TINNED IRON MILK BOILERS,
TINNED IRON SAUCEPANS,
TINNED IRON FLESHI FORKS,
TINNED IRON BASTINGS SPOONS,
TINNED IRON SKIMMERS AND LADLE,
STEEL NUT CRACKS,
STEEl. CORK SCREWS,
DINNER AND TEA BEI.LA,
WOODEN WARE, OF ALL K0DS.
And man) other artlclen-all of which wxi be delivered any
part of the city. w ,.
Di rtYou Hear the annon Roar,
Annouc.tng t5arrOval of
D. MOOT 8 & CO.'s
S." W a .a. . .- .1 O C - 8z
EVER iHINW TO BE IMAGINED
MEN'S, BOYS' ANID YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
11ur lashing Goocds,
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
FOR ALL AND BYERYBODYI ! I
There Is no U of covering an acre of newspaper, tellin the
public ALL wqhve: Smee it to uy--w sell a cheap as pos
sible, and our goods are as well made and as nicely aMorted as
mnybody's. Therefre, call and examine, at
D. MOORE & CO.'S,
ol0 IpMotJ 19 and 171 Poydsr stet.
Crockery, China, Glass,
17.............Cam p Street...............17
RICH b1ECORATED CHINA DINING, TEA AND TOI
WHITE CHINA DINING, TEA AND TOILET SETS.
CUT AN, MOULDED GLASSWARE.
PLATED ,ARSTERS, WAITERS, TEA SETS, FORKS AND
SPOO.SR st., etc.
TABLE CUTLERY, JAPANNED TEA TRAYS, LAMPS,
Girondol$s, Firet es, Fenders, Audirons, Fire Stands, IIat
Rucks, Twcd Stands, Coal Hods and Vases, Plate Warm
ere, ete., et.,
JAPANNED 9'ARE, TIN WARE, WOODEN WARE, BAS
KETS, BRUYIIES, and a veilty of other
Too numerous to mention.
We would invite the attention oa purehenor of goods in our
line, to our large and complete Rtock, which we am oIfering
st fair prices.
ROWLES & JUDSON,
17 Camp treet,1
o17 2pSoWskFrtf Opposite tho City Hotel.
CIIHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, PILLARS, LANTERNS,
and all other uslul articles, .orm5ng a complete and ext e as
sortment of GAS IXT UIS h may be found at th HIsFur
nlshing Stor5 of
hIEN.iESON & GAINES,
No. 10 Canal street.
WrN. B.-AR flxturet sd wrll be pUt up witbhout bcharge for
For Country fWade.
A LARGE AND COMPLETB ASSORTMENT
COMMON CROCKERY AND. 8WARE,
In lots to suit pouSre a i O an liberal terms, by
oQowo.t17 Camp stmeet.
1all and W~nter of 15b.
SOUTHERN OLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT,
2,6 8 and a.MSt. Charles street,
comxms or comMoN snrr.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I
Jt ,reeived, per Iote setsMar, e of the LARGEST and
MOST MAGNIFICENT stoaks of
Fall c- TViniter- COlotlli2g
EVER BAOUoHT TO THE SOUTIII
Whkb, for STYLE, MATERTAL, WORKMANSHIP AND
Is Not SBrpassed ll
Goode am diided Into thre DepsEtmnnt, but 1E under
e generaview :
STORE No. 2 ST. CHARLES STREET,
BOY8' CLOTRXUE3 .
STORE No. 28 ST. CHARLES STREET,
STORE No. S ST. CHARLES STREET,
FURNISHING GOODS AND SHIRTS.
L-SEiome spo Pak Froneh, Spanish sd EngUh.,.S
L. W. LYONS,
Nos. 26, 28 and 0 St. Charles trlt,
o 2plMoTh&kS eorner o Common atet.
Shirts ! Shirts !
Just reeived, by 1.1t steamers, LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF THE LATEST FASHIONS!
Of dI the ,arion qutlsties ied t re-WhIte and Colored
Manufoctured epreonly for
The New Orleans City Trade,
TO FIT MEN, YOUTH, BOYS AND CHILDRENI!
L. W. LYONS,
No. , 28 and St. CL.rles street,
o2 pMoThA erboomer of Comon street.
Boys' Clothing Emporium,
U..................ST. CHARLES STREET.................26
Between Cana and Common streets.
This Store s e xclsdvely for YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILD-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Just opened, a LARGE AND EXCELLENT STOCK of
PALL AND WINTER
Dress and School Clothing,
EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
All of which will be aid at VERY REAONARLE
Ssileomen ospak Fneah, SpMaLh dR
L. W. LYW..
0o24 pMoThk. ormr"of Comrnooo stint.
Trunks, e ge s gs,
/ VERY BEST STYLES AND QUALITIES,
Made to order and warranted.
L. W. LYONS,
e2 2pJMotsa 26, 8 nd M St. Cbrles t., cor. Common.
Extra Large Clothing.
A complete sneortmet of CLOTHING to it very large
men, always on hand.
A lrge stock of SERVANTS' CLOTHING-aIl qualitlae
L. W. LYONS,
Not. 26, 28 and SO St. Chrles street,
o22 2pMoThS corner Common treet.
Clothing I Clothing !
The subdcribers hare received, by late arrils, FALL SUP
UPTBTRW8IS G GOODS,
Tegether with AN UNUSUAL SUPPLY
MEN AND WOMEN.
HATS. BLANKETS AND SOCKS.
A buge and well-seleted teek for the Wholdesl Trad
all of which they orfe
At the Lowest Market Rates,.
N. C. FOLGER & SON,
31 and S Megadne street,
04 2p6t eoresr Gmrver street.
Just rceived, nd now opeep g, a large and magnificent u·
3-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETINGS.
Floor Oil Cloths.
3 to M24 feet wide, new patterns, cut to cut any apartment
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SIIADES.
A very luge assrtment and beautiful dedaete.
All qttulti of Damaesk, Iaee Cureat, CurtOmin lmds, Imops,
Taesels, Cornies, etc.
GEO. L. NAIRNE,
o24 t No. 120 Canal treeet, ear Royal streat.
Ivory and Shell Combs.
NEW STYLE DRESS TRIMMINGS.
B. PIFFET & SONS,
No. 122 CANAL STREET,
Have jat reesed by We errivals from Europe, a mosetbeu
tlful aebormeent of the above-named goode, which, for richness
and tsetebfulees, ha never been excelled.
a-Ladtes would do well to call and examine for themselves.
B. PIFFET & SONS,
n024 pSt 12 Canal sreat.
Read IWlhat Gee. P. Mforris
SAYS OF DAILEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR.
Gen. OGn. P. Morris' in hl Home Journal, spsaking of DAI
LEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR, mys:, "I vilrt.ue
am n nrce, mighty end eceeatra, that oftener tbeyapper to
ork litke mlraeles thanb by science. So effectve, electric t d od
tonihlng are its powers on the hmae body, tht, though ow it
is daily tried by thousMdl of people, not am of tlb bgeetaest
but i. delighted beyond eomp aleon, and candidly eoSne they,
on no conidenetio, will over again be without it" The en.u
int t always signed, HENRY DALLEY, anmmreetnre, eis
toel engraved label.
Por ebls in New Oerlts, wholesale and retil, by
J. WRIGHT & CO.,
h1 asd 16 Chartrns ret,
otS pStoodhltW Sole Agent. for the UCeed States.
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 289.
THE STATE ELECTION,
Two weeks from to-day a regular State election
will take place. A fall ticket for State officers is
to be chosen; half the Senate and all the House of
Representatives; and all local parish ofieers.
There are two State tickets in the field-the
Democratic and the Opposltion. Both tickets have
their friends, and both are warmly sustained by
their respective supporters. The Opposition ticket
is composed of excellent material; and, from the
candidate for Governor down, it is unexception
able, and altogether worthy popular approval.
Here, in New Orleans, politics, and movements
flowing out of politics, have been in a dead calm
for months past. Latterly, however, things are
becoming more lively; and from this time until the
election, we may reasonably expect a continual
augmentation of activity.
In this parish the Democrats have taken about
all the chances. They have the regular Demo
cratic State ticket to vote for; the CustomnHouse
"Independent American" parish ticket to vote
for-which is a most wonderful conglomeration
from beginning to end-and a regular Slidell Dem
ocratic Legislative ticket to vote for. How many
other tickets they will get up before the 7th of
November, remains to be seen. If "old-master"
could make anything by the operation,we have no
doubt a new and fresh ticket would make its ap
pearance every day, "and oftener if circumstances
The Americans have a regular Parish ticket in
the field. It is made up of men of the highest
character and standing, and who are widely and
deservedly popular. That it will succeed, as it
ought to succeed, by an overwhelming majority,
we have'nt the faintest shadow of doubt.
As yet, no legislative candidates have been an
nounced in opposition to the selections of the Cns
tom-House. In two or three days, we suppose, a
fill ticket will be made up and submitted to the
public. Of course it will be acceptable, and when
it is put forth formally, we expect to have consid
erable to say in the premises. Nous verrons.
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FUtNNY POLITIALT ABRRANGEMONT.
"Immemorial Democratic rules and usages" are
at a sad discount in this blessed section of country
at the present moment, and have been in that n
congruous condition for weeks past. Atallevents,
the Democratic leaders who, in State Conventionat
Baton Rouge, insisted upon a sacred observance of
the aforesaid " rules and usages," in this parish
stamp under foot ignominiously, and without hesi.
tation, the same "rules and usages" they pro.
claimed were Inviolable there! And they have
done the same thing elsewhere, as we shall proceed
With the dynasty that rules the Democratic roast
in this commonwealth, it is evident that prin.lp~e
has nothing to do. What is "sauce " for the Bl
dellian Democratic "goose," I intended to hae'
no application to the Anti-Slidellian Democratic
"gander." The Slidellian "goose " won the dnay
at Baton Rouge by iraisting upohn "rles and
asages." The "gander"' d'n' any1 tce,
worths Z s.,nh ledft. a T '.e gse," after
stating on a roost adjacent Canal street for
some months, concluded that " rules and usages "
wonld'urt d.. so far as the parish of Orleans was
concern :., and accordingly " immemorial Demo
cratic rules and usages" were kicked aside. The
"gander " has made no fight on this interesting
point as yet, and some folks suppose the antiquated
fowl can be insulted, foaled and starved forever.
On this, however, people say a great many things;
and some insist that the "gander" has pluck,
although it requires an infinity of kicks and curses
to rouse him.
The Slidellian "goose," having determined that
"immemorial rules and usages" were never im
mutable unless they paid, proceeded to get up as
"Independent American" nomination for Parish
officers, on which antagonistic elements were most
lundicrously blended. It was thought this would
prove profitable, and that it would secure a large
disaffected American support. It will, to the ex
tent of two or three hundred; but for every vote
lost, at least three will be gained. In two weeks
the "goose" will ascertain that its feathers have
been sadly raffled by the operation; and that the
nomination of a hermaphroditic Parish ticket, in
stead of electing a Slidell Democratic Legislative
ticket, will have tended exactly to the reverse.
Not content with operations of this kind in this
Parish, the "goose" essayed a wider and a bolder
flight. It was thought expedient to trample " im
memorial Democratic rules and usages" down in
the country, and the thing has been done.
On the 13th inst. there was a Democratic Sena
torial Convention held in the town of Carrollton,
for the parishes of Jefferson, Orleans Right Bank,
Plaquemines and St. Bernard. Two Democratic
Senators were to be nominated. Hon. Efflngham
Lawrence, of St. Bernard, was unanimously nom
insted as one of the candidates.
Now here comes the strangest portion of these
Dr. Moreau, of St. Bernard, offered the following
preamble and resolution:
WOnaSas, The pih o Jeln, bm the abcoamunt or her
opulatio ad estent of territoral are deemed to be ut
entitled to a Setortl remtato int the First ato Di
trict; and wherea, the Hoe. Fergus r ardtre, of mtid paoh, I
now a candidate befor the people r Senator, and hvig entire
confdence in his marked abiLt, great peremnal orth nad the
soundnesrs o hit opinions on the great olitical issues mos
eeply affecting the interests of the south, be it thereforo
ion. Fer rdere to t support o the oters of the ir
Senatorial Dit riot.
On motion of Mr. MrcLean, the above preamble
and resolutions were unanimously adopted, and in
accordance therewith the President announced
that the Hon. Fergus Garddre be recommended to
tile Democrats of the above Senatorial District as
the other candidate to represent them in the State
Here it will be seen at a glance that a Demo
cratic Convention, called for the purpose of nom
inating two Senators, paused in its work by nom
inating one, and then proceeded to "recommend"
the strongest Old Line Whig in the country-elect
ed to the Senate four years ago as an out-and-out
Know-Nothing American-to their Democratic
constituents for support. As areason for this ex
traordinary procedure we have heard it rumored
that Mr. Garddre was favorable to the re-election
of the Hon. John Slidell to the United States
Senate Ho being a strong man, and this ism
portant fact being duly considered, of course
" Democratic rules and osages" were cast adrift
without any compunctious of conscience.
What is said of Mr. Garddre individually we cor
dially endorse. He is a high-minded, honorable
man, and has proved himself an efficient legislator
-but we would wager our life, were such a thing
possible, that he would not acknowledge that there
was a drop of Democratic blood In his veins for
all the honors in the power of the people of Lou
isiana to bestow.
Indeed, in his letter of acceptance of the fore
going Democratic "recommendation," Mr. Garddre
does not say Democracy once I
In conclusion, we will say that we have heard
that the Democracy of the First Senatorial District
propose getting up another Democratic Conven
tion, to be conducted In accordance with " iane
morial Democratic rules and usages," without
regard to the Custom-House, Mr. Slidell, or any
body else. We understand the Convention will be
held in the parish of St. Bernard.
OGanaen's New Ontx Ss DsRsevossr.-The pulb
lisher of Gardner's New Orleans Directory, which
is just going to press, addresses a card to businesa
~men and others whohave rsasoni to think theyhave
been overlooked, or who have lately changed their
business or their residences, requesting them to
hand in correct information immediately, at No, .
ARBERIVAL OF STEAMSHIP ANGLO SAXONI
T$= ORIAT RASUIN f AT
IMPROVEM4ENT IN COTr~H,
Advance in Consol-Coemerial lnteliges.e
[Ir wss soUTsasaM ass.I
PAFras. Pon0r (Canada), Oct. 23.The team.
ship Anglo-Saxon, Captain Borland, passed thin
point to-day on her way to Quebec, and a summary
of her news was brought ashore by the newsboat
of the Associated Press,
The Anglo-Saxon left Liverpool on Wednesday,
the 12th Instant. Her advices are, therefore, fol?0
days later than those received by the Europa a'
Halifax and Boston.
LrvaerooL, Oct. 12.-The sales of Cotton for the
three business days since the sailing of the Earop
amount to 28,000 bales, of which speenlators took
2500 and exporters 000o batew.
The market generally closed firm with an hi
proved demand, butno actual advance on the mid
dung and lower grades.
Fair and middling qualiied have improved.
Some authorities report an advance of on Feir
and Middling qualities.
Loanox, Oct. 12.-The Pands have much is
proved in tone since the departre oif the ..op;.;
-na an advance of fully I has been attained Con
sola for money closed at 95# to 96..
LVaErPooL, Oct. 12.-The.advies from anehes.
ter continue to be of an unfavorable eobsleter,
owing in a measure to the lack of ordesfor ClldI~a
growing out of the re-opening of hostllii.es. Tie
market was doll and a decline of altly } had be
sumbitted to for some kinds of yarns. -
The Liverpool Breadstatmarketgenerallyclosed
firm, and all qualities had slightly advanced. The
advance was cansed chiefly by the advices froe
America, brought by the last steamer from HNe
Tho Provision market closed quiet, witholn
quotable change in prices.
The general and political news by the Angle
Saxon is not of an important character.
The latest advices from Zurich represent thai
the Conference was making very little program
The steamship Great Easteri saled from Port
land on the 8th, and had rea tethoaad. Hei
performance wasy, be
the passage w.- .'at i a rate of
speed. -Itn ai d dnblol ttal ette slh,
leaves England for ti.e 'V1teal cstes thin season.
Booer rser Pass, Oct. 22.-The ship Morning
Sts, ap HMcKenzie, from Kingston, has arrived
Captain McKenzie reports that the bark Sarah,
from Sabanilla, New Grenada, bound for New
York, encountered a severe hurricane between St.
Domingo and Cuba on the 2d instant, and lost her
mainmast, miszen topmast, fore topgallant mast,
jib-boom and other spars, and was compelled to
put into Kingston to refit, where she arrived on the
The Star brings the passengers by the bark Sa.
rah to New Orleans.
NEw Yosa, Oct. 22.-The European mails by the
Europa arrived in this city yesterday evening, and
were dispatched South in the evening train.
It is reported that the Emperor Napoleon de
clines sending a force to China to co-operate with
the British in chastising the Celestials unless En
gland will engage to join himmin an European
Congress for the settlement of the complicated af
fairs of Italy.
A fire occurred at Ogdensburgh in this State last
night, which destroyed the Literary Institute with
all the valuable scientific apparatus, and the valua
ble library of the Institute. The loss is estimated
LRAVENWORTe CrrT, Oct. 22.--The [receipts of
gold dust in this city for the last fortnight amounts
Later election returns from Jefferson Territory
announce Willing elected to Congress, instead of
PnILAnELPA,rn Oct. 22.-Adjutant General Wil
son, of this State, has taken forty muskets from a
colored military company which paraded here
some months since.
One of the supposed Harper's Ferry insurgents
has been arrested at Carlisle, Pa., and was com
mitted to prison. He was found heavily armed,
and at first was thought to be the notorious Cook,
who escaped from Harper's Ferry.
W.ILummrox, DnL., Oct. 22.-Dupont's powder
mill on the Brandywine, near this city, exploded
yesterday with a terrible report, which was heard
for miles around.
All the workmen engaged in the mill at the time
-five In number-were killed.
At the Coroner's inquest no testimony could be
obtained, all witnesses of the horrible disaster
having been killed.
CINCInNaTr, Oct. 22.-Flour closed firm; sales
to-day of 700 bbls., at $4 70 to $4 90. Whisky
closed dull. Corn closed dull at 40e for Old. Oats
closed quiet ; sales to-day of 1200 sacks at 45c. per
b tshel. Sugar closed quiet at 74 to I7c. Coffee
closed dull at 12 to 121. Flour closed firm at $4
70 o $4 80. Whisky closed dull at 23c. Lard quiet
at i0c. for tiercee.
Tow YORE, Oct. 22.-The Cotton market closed
buoyant; the sales to-day were 2800 bales. Mid
dljng Uplands hl to 11. Flour closed with an ad
vancing tendency; sales to-day 34,000 bbls., at $4
75 to $4 80. Sugar closed steady; Muscovado 6ic.
to -. Corn closed firm; sales to-day 10,000 bushels,
at $105 for Yellow. Pork closed quiet at $15 25.
Whisky closed quet at 28 to 28oc.
Two SOstras BrrrTs ar A R rr.,LaeAxa.-In
Mercer county, Illinois, two youngdaughtersof Mr.
Meadows were outgatheringhaselnuts. When but
a short distance from the house they were bitten
by a rattlesnake. The mother of the children
heard their cries and came to their assistance.
Whisky was at hand, and was freely administered.
It seemed impossible to intoxicate the one first bit
ten, and her recovery is yet considered doubtful.
The other became" dead drunk," and has nearly
recovered from the effects of the bite.
PaRSENT TO THE HISTORICAL SocIrTY.-We have
in our possession, says the Baton Rouge Gazette of
the 19th, for the Louisiana Historical Society, the
sword worn by Gen. Philemon Thomas when he
marched on Baton Rouge, A. D., 1810, and with a
band of filibusters forcibly wrested the country
from control of the Spaniards, under Governor De
Grand Pre. The sword is presented the societyby
Mrs. Mary E. Crenshaw, grand-daughter of Gen.
Thomas. It is a formidable looking instrument of
death, bearing on its blade "U. S., 1799, N. Starr
& Co." It is a naked weapon, having parted
company with its scabbard years ago. Our fellow.
citizen George Gray Sklpwith, son of the late Foil.
wer Skipwith, who was one of the expedition, has
in his posseasion the MS. Declaration of, Indepead
once, under which the people absolvedtheir alidgt
once to his CatholiU Ma eslerdinand the VII, ad
prepared way for the
Why not publish te qlsration Af In.
dependencel It wh.' l quepsonsb. qrove oan
interesting dooamdat, w .woeld
the generapbelibi as. ell as thqemS ;
muth arvidity. 'e
politely .Peli .)
One of is e
marehL A .e
The dedStop tke
a ceremonyu of b*.aiyaot _
wet. it Awltmek
pie outeide of the
After the 4ed1.mtIenp
taken, and pound` V
at Valenoi'e #O
acene ase pleaantand
ine~ we' ach enk ihd n :
`licnlure tn a.ibjr
he h b, what
was going, are qgestile
no satidefttory a ;
been m 'htuddr:.
and mammy wou ldnt
to go a coon-bhnnti', and
daddrat if I don't go
We regret them
temporary. We deplo-e
on the intere.ting oc
sorry he was deprfvedofa
tacle to which he refers
If he had been o
Information he ;ight o
glowing seconts of'delo
have been given to ad
coas morceaui of
Presidential, and "4nde
Pariah of Orleaas-might
It is extremely unfo
was ehisseled outof sich
display his genins. No woneI h
and almost reflses to be oo
to us thatthe "ElKg shoeid0
premises-take some stepsis
his early departunre from Gree
A free entrde to the Lolsa
lied period, should aer
Tit Ehrma orBpsers; ftom
up to the Present time. py
KNew York: Mason Brothers.
Orleans by J..Q. M lorga C .n ,.
This is a very handsomel '
hundred pages, written in the
narrative style which distenge l
the anthor of the pictorial"' of
parts." His history of . euiat
Interesting book and we p
extant. It will be read wtI
wounld never think of wAding
literature in the dry stylew)ohc
properly belong to It, L '
& Fields. Forý In sa ti y
gan & Co.
gThe works of Thomas' c
ment, for his style and powers a
known to the great body of rairli
THE BOsuoc or EDDrnAwov: and'4*
By John Ogden A-AM.
stack, Keys & (o. For
A thick volume, reditableo th
in workm anship. The ttle gives Rood
the book as we could in a para p
Tia WHEuAr PLANT: is origin,
stack Keys & C or sale
J. C.[organ & Co.i
A very bulky and ela
with one hundred e
Indian corn,its oulturet, sao .'
nor & Fields. For sale in w
A romance, written in s style
and prettily enough printed to a
the literary merit of the book
deserve such etting forth.
RBon rn s FRE.sc. By John
ton: Tlcknor & Feld,. Forgs ~is
by J. o. Morgan & Co.
A beautiful little story, creditahle to
and head of John Brown, done up I
typography and pamphlet form.
We are also Indebted to J. C. Mor ap
a copy of Blackwood's Magazine for Bep
valuable and interesting number.:
Taur AernPasa.sa..The' Be
offer a variety bill to.night,which
of fun and music, the entert4t .
with their travesty of the oper
Girl, which is an immensaely
Misesrsswe BeSArc Aat
attention of thoe interetstoe e
oles from the By-Lawa of t ta
Bureau of Misteilpp: b
"Air. It, The nraneee on* l ca
malse hattbe ton per entof the
sons not memheý of a Count
to theppt eosahv
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