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the Ata Orl4aus (etant.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUSIANA.
4. O. A1Z N, Editsor &ad PreprDtetr.
or1rC, Xe. e4 CAMP STREET.
WTarlly absailpalnI ta .dvoel, $16; half yearly, 10;
arterlt, St Saigl eoapia., 10 easnt.
-Teua Wrsatv Crasemr is pabitashd every Satarday.
Sabwerrpttia $5 unvaa'iy In adveace.
vUF8'IAY KORNINtI, JUNE 9. U;1bh.
The Picayune yesterday trie' to explain
its blunders in referen-:e to, Mr. Avegnos'
plan, by saying that it was misled by the
language of the supporters of the plan -
meaning, of course, the CRas ENT's. This is
simpll ridiculous. The explanations which
have appeared in this paper have been accu
rate, and, we believe, intelligible. At all
events they have not been at variance with
the project under consideration. The asser
tion that they were misleading in their char
acter. is merely one of those vague generali
ties which are used as an apology for a blun
der. The Picaynne still injisits that Mr.
Avegno is going to become a millionaire by
the sale of the 50,000 supplemental numbers
pro'ided for in the plan, assumiritnr that those
numbers are to be sold at $1) al it'?. Ilow
was the Picayune misled on thiL pint?
There is nothing in the ordinance saying that
these chances must bring $1 . In truth they
will be sold for just what they u ill bring,
let it be forty dollars or forty ce-ts. As the
city participates in the profits, the more they
sell for, the better it will be for the city. But
nobody is compelled to buy th"rm, and the re
demption of the city moneuy lihes not depend
on their sale. This is effected by a monthly
payment of $50,000) or ~55,(t)0 to be appli-d
to the extngunishrnent of warrantsa-principal
and interest-redeemable accordinug to a cer
tain plan of monthly drawings. The P'iea
yune estinates the city currinucy debt at
$4,000o,000, or '"in greenback value $3,001).
( 0l." But why $3,()0(0.t(a ? Siiuply Itbetc',re
on the l'icayunc's convcnient theory the city
does not owe what it promises to pay., but
only shluat its nitet, happen to be worth in
the market. That is to say, if, from want of
conifideties' on the part of the pub!lie, or any
other cause, city moni y were to be worth to
morrow (only one per cent. iu it.- fce the city
would owe "in greenback value" jest $10,0o0
and no iwre. We advise the Pricayune to
get out a patent for this no'el and ingenious
S --- -
te See *upplemleut.
The Atlantic and Great Western route to
New York and the East conunect with the
magnificent Eric road .at Sdlsnmanca, twice a
day. This road has long been a favorite
with the traveling phiic tor the fast time oi
its schedules, and the unsurpassed accomu ,
dations and inducements winch it furnishes.
It runs through a most cerarrming and pc
turesque country, the southern part of New
York, crossing the lofty hills of 1)olaw.ir.
county and the wild region of the 'hawan
junk, and traversing the lovely valleys of the
Chenning, the Susquchanna and the Delaware.
In this respect it offers a marked contrast to
the flat and monotonous country to the nocth
ward. Mr. W. A. Ites is the general South
ern agent of this superl, r route. "
The ladies of our caty are particularly Inter
ested in ari appeal to them which appears in our
colunrrt this morning. It is from the gentlemen
under whose anuspices the tournament on Friday
next Is to be held. and It asks them to lend their
countenance and aid to the entertainment. The
object of the affair, as Is now well known. is to
relieve in come degree the very pressiug wanet of
the family of l.ient. J. C. Branme. Charity is a
canse In which our ladies have never yet been
backward, sad we trust, nay, we know, that thb
appeal will meet a hearty response.
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In (Philadelphia, on the 5!h, Frederick Froley,
of Philadelphia. was elected president of the n.
tioual trade convention, and the following geutie
men vice presidents: J. I. Branch, itichrm nd;
W. L. Trenholm, Charleston; George A. F'iseics.
New Orleans; V. 1'. Armstrong, Lruiville; E. WV
Stanoard. St. l,iois; John A. Iau , 'iucnna'i;
Wim. Eagan and B. P. Bridge, Detroit; J C. tc.uoou
verse, C(icsgo; John Bhytou, New York; Lilb:rt
BhonraLer, Baltunore ;Wr. Bllghtin, Miltausee;
GeOerge H. Tharason, Pittburrg; John d. Brown.
Sornuaa Pa-s-rrs.--Col. Rufus R Rh<,de-,
sollcitor of patent.s, No. 2:1 C('omuiercist P'lace
oretally reports to the CassscusT the follow:..
complete list of patents granted S,mutaern Illrvou
tora for the week ending May 26, 1- ;:
l.oui.uiua -('. K Marshall. New t)rlesne, m.
ts;l c dors istd shttem ; T. F. 1t.- cy, New 0.
leah,., ex*'llO IirdlI r.
Jaliei-t if (tluii,,uli.-A mier Hatlley. Wasrhio
ton. dior h.dlcator ; J hin I. iff'., Wash: ,.,t ,.i
mctii, d f niountins phobetoraplrs and iongrSvii,i.
.tlarlmnrul - J, ha H-rold and ei cer Brown
FIlederIh. pish..h tsr lIeather.
I',:,oiia --J. A. 11 iir. N-*w I. onlin. rIs
c'iir' hr stia bterung tub ,', ; J. '. . /.i n'ir. .,
,4.,,nh ('ciolinua.- E. P. Willaus, Yorkelle,
wttul, -, pa lr ~l chi ri,.
~evi'rgJir -Phil. I,., la-n. tu enshor. ,.irslv a.
tir oi the eCUIton ald Oth.r pi.ir,: Mt he ,
Tblrntol,, MaCi.o. j urinual boix fir ratiroad Cars.
Cal-adar; d in Ieriuh tit. I. ,1. -v--,on f, or -
Ireontiaa ,.ltlogralph,; James Rt. l.an, R It ,lli.
sallg llIsthlb : J. C. McClauIsrouk, r.dia, sni
I'i *.Lit-n Parlttvr.---An improved wire tie fi-
s-eurleg ,i•le of cohton Cr ,iuleti, ,toa atI
uttii ulclchahubltae, it. i. L-, ber, New Orecea,,
La.. Aprii6., ti-6m. IlmproemieIut- ii t,- e.ri.,'uv
aL d in the coustirutl -n a nid arrs .o ,. , ,ra,
5e'iIu. Ia.nclot'+u II. I.vetOit SNt- trs.,,s, [.t
.lilrl '27. Ica;C.
Turiry wTIn No'iu. Il n -Vard I.
[an in returyecd to W'ihi i' , i. Ir ni a pe tI II
ntlrer u tNiScarurgu., wrtlb Iiiatt -overrnm-iln l
Ciii C ,lee -d I'twt'g te l tilu a'trearty, ae iur;iig ti '
rnlt r srLIai t tsth ai ite. Itrrenonit Comm-r I
sdistaelts aIare elsi sc, ir, d. Th, treay wi
be etrlluitied to thl, Senate Ir a few d.y-, i .
Ji iw ralll h llh lr t e-i titit tavit t t1 h-.,l u;-n- 1
S*sker'e lutili,bu' 'rt motleveer eI :t. I" y it.- i
iu, to returti sod ti,-nitrsd hi-ri as ersnif v ieii
on his cut) into I.-,:-i, the capitail. Mr 14tin ,i
thintu that Juri r will sloCn be snam nt toe h, ,]
.I he 5,-vetiurit. General Juar z is w--d r
n :.Ieel herd -re m uinister durlig tit- prlesider y
of Martirntt r.
VILUCAL l.aLnD An ATATION, BYs rilta S RIFF..
Particular Iattention in catmirl t, ti,e isle at .
lion to be made Ihi l,v at ni-ll at th ther
hunsa,' sad Aucitioners' Exrbhene. Rl,.yal ntrree,
by the sherff of the Iprisn. if , ,la, b:. i ir
too ot o Ioed aiteLe on Le Lhenrn lne i C'r-e
arid ea Gi-ailly hewd, Third litlIr. I ansud ,,rl
-ueed .if I, rlte, Iots li;gh grouud. "or lu.i ,ir
teiaOlas as-c aSilt'.O*et
Ace*asU iF 5t-s.' -P hre lil'-,ver aean , it
the reduced tsr-ff, opt, ed well lSt evetinz, h,
pefi-resIases em15raciug two good ie es,
a Poor Derbye." tether a 0th a chile.e bhatt hi
NoVlmilmo, sad greIit olne of -dilti-n. i-, t,
.11htb*e oee thle atrrctive pr,, tvamlae epeae.
fe Se-arrow evelg R iL to I, '* otle o nO
rnlWS Iae dlsdl The les;e a '"sad a laugh
gEiRll AL eG ' uri saA .
The dispdh of General (k~r t to iensral
Buchanan is very suggestive of that kind of
arrogant tmpertinene whideh ha manifeatei
itself in his conduct ever since he became the
tool of the Republican party in order that he
might become its master. He acts now as if
he were already not only President, but dic
tator of the Usited States, and as if he pos
seased theiight, as well as the power, to make
and to promulgate laws. The question in
volved in the controversy with General
Buchanan, provcked by the conventional oom
mittee, is purely a legal question, arising out
of the application of the reconstruction laws
to the present situation of the State. That
question it is not within the province
of General Grant to decide, and, per
hips, an attempt evin to decide it would
have required too intense an effort of
the Grantian intellect. It is stated by Wash
ington telegrams that he has come to the con
clusion that the law does not anthorize him
to interfere in this matter, but an absence of
authority is no ol,t:c.le- to a man who ha.,
come to consider that the will of his party is
law, and that the suggestion of the' 'General of
our Armies," like an invitation from the king,
is equivalent to a command. If Mr. Packard,
has been guilty of an oflense cognizable by a
military conmmission under the law he will be
no lebs gult) aLter Cugres shall L have added
another patch to the tattered garment of re
cou:i'':c-tiO i than hex ws L,,t week or yester
day. On thfat point General Grant has na*
authority bati ver. Its decision is vested
excuinsvely in the district commander. Con
groes may adttait Louisiana to-morrow, and
still Mr. l'ackard will re-main guilty and lia
ble for his gulit, if he has beeu guilty at all.
But a still more remarkable fact than Gen.
Grant's impertinent interfe.rence in a matter
beyond his jurisdiction, is the reason given
for that int rtetre-ce. He suggests that, in
view of the legisl,.tion pending in Congress,
ploci tditgs an-;, ist Mr. Packard be stayed.
But what right has Gen. Grant, as a military
ctt:r aulli]er, toi ktnow anythling of pending
legii.lation ? What right h:i he to assume
that a bill will becoiome law, simply becausie
it embodies what he fancies to he the will of
his party ! Is the. country to understand that
Gen. Grant is nt oniy the ei., ,intive, to the
exclusion of the l'Iteident, b't that he is i)re
imted to execute lass before they are made':
And, is (Gen. (;rant to be understoo"l as claim
ir!g i-uprmte judicial as well as military fune
tions within thli Soutl'-rn States In other
words, is (th. G(ant at once judiciary, hegis
latiwv and executive Is he an uncrownet
despot, only waiting to be proclaiimed empe
ror bL his sul ts rvient pretorian
A short time ago the New YVok Tribune de
clared that when the '-General of our Armies"
dt manded the iulpeachmient if the President,
the Senate had no right to hesitate. His
opinin-t was Lrocltimed to be last. The Il-epub
lican ,party nominated him for the I'resi
dieuey; and he now swaggers with all the
insolence of anticipated politer; suggests in
thie tone of conmnand; usurps authority which
wes not conferred on him; and promulgates
the law of his party, before it has been
moulded into official form by the hand of the
law maker. It depends on thu people of the
United States to determine wha-ter this is
the beginning of the end or the end of the
THE LATE ALEX. C. BULLITT.
T e telegraph announceS the death of Alex
ander C. Bullitt, in Louisville, Ky., on the
bth instant. The decea.ed, a Kentuckian by
birth, came to this city about thirty-five years
ago, and almost immediately entered upmn a
career as political ed tor, which was destined
to prove in a hlugh degree brillan:t, respect
able and successful. His first appearance in
New Orleans journalism was through the
cilumna of the Bee, which was purchased in
the Whig interest from Daiocratic proprie
tors and plnced under his editorial control.
In 1814, he left the Bee and became principal
writer on the Picayune, and also one of the
proprietors of that journal with Lumsden,
Kendall and Holbrook. Mr. Bullitt severed
tIls connection in 1849 to take charge of the
Washington tRepubhlc, eetablished as the or.
gsa ot Gen. Taylor's administration. On the
death of Gen. Taylor in 1850, the retired from
that position, and after spending a few years
in Eurolte he returned, and was not after
sards actively connected with thepress in any
cepacity, but devoted himself mainly to the
mnanutenient of his properties, much of which
lay in Mississippi, while he resided for the
most lpart in Louisville.
The most distinguished pIssage in .Mr.
Pullitt's journalistic history was the part
which he took in introducing and in su;,pgrt
mg Gin. Taylor as a so-called "no party"
ecndidate for the presidency. lie had the im
pilicit confidmnc'e of the general, whom h.
srued, botL as political counsel.,r and el"l
tiltry a.ss-ttlt, nath uitarvtire'ns tact and
:hh lit. whch tere p-rlitps i-etaisti\ In
a nuldurt. a v:glie 1popilarity into invincible
1residt ntal analability.
I:urt g Lis r sidence in New Orleans Mr.
ull}itt iaa or -e elected to the General As
eneily of the 8Sat,, in which hlie was more
r- narkalle for his wit and his social charnis
than for activity in praeti.ia leIslati. Onre
oI the C'reat cecct. i-d-etd, oe his frlicitos
career, as an editor and as i polticlan, w is
tl!e es.imatllelesa, geiality and attractive
n ss (t his irivate and so.ial bcharacter. lie
ssas elvt sixty yatrs of age when he died,
i.d of the fimr pripriettrs of the Picayune
at :te time alen he was a joint proprietor of
it, only ont asirsives, MIr. A. MI. Holbrook,
whom death, bereaving him of one ch,,ishelI
issliatet anti iln, nd alter another, has finall'
Itlt alne in charge of the destinies of our
r spected contemporary and neighbor.
"" Eltu fvIoya. :"
Larrat is i a, th. I.. , !,wing letter
has been received by a gentleman in Culuwmba.
T .- .5,r- I have your letter 't reference to the
vre allni of your poitietal diabiblies. I an1 :,ti
-. re Ihst the t Intl lila yet r',m* t, rtakle eace,
t n. to ntr Lretrral policy in irdividnal cses. To
d,. p, wruld be to open the door to lnonaerabe
lp lcta'i.m.n, and once open it would be dilf.I!'
tI er~t. I bope ti( meet sn-h carea as ynors hy
ii ir" peieral enactment, and •as ,',n as tht coi.
i; ,t of the country will iereiit I ,.hal he rt es
.'Vp, ,are the r-t-,i'val ot all dis hilities and.
all 11 on lab--r at pretct. Y nra trair.
(·,en d, .'H d U NLI'S.
Th'ree y tall 1exal reprhbat , who mnrdJerd
M ,'.*rer bhle on bis way to rockert, have io-t
' Il ed. lt hardened were th,. that the halter
I 'd atparently Ittle terrr foithen, one, at lee"
Icrerlitg. like the JaYtue.e wn,) CuriafIttei
sit kaLi to btconme his owne exeerltinar. ,
c, n bed a tree Il the pre*eeoo of bthe crowd. ad
. -d the rot,. tied it to a Imb. and oluntartl
rew lbna-l intn the emirae o f death.
The We. B) on Rouge Lg.ar Plaster of the
5t_ Ctalals of the drouth.
A RADWAL ANTIGirATION "UT mAYs.
It has been evident, from the Auit aitation
of impeachment, that the radical oligarchy in
Congress had, beyond the special aim of st
ting rid of an obnoxious President, the gene
ral aim of getting rid of the presidency. In
other words, their quarrel with the present
incumbent of the office, is an incident and a
s) miptom of their profounder quarrel with
the office itself. Their great trouble with re
gard to a presidential candidate has been to
effect the nomination of some one who would
he, if elected, an impersonal executive, a use
ful nonentity, claiming no distinctive rights
as an individual or as the head of a co-ordi
nate department of the government, but im
plicitly submissive to the dominant faction
The exigencies of their party, however, com
pelled them hurriedly to conclude a bargain
with Grant that l,,okid very much like one of
those hasty mari ,gets which are proverbially
supposed to be followed by repentance at lei
suie. And st~ie Of them had begun to expe
rience a similar soquence, after ruminating
o(n Grant's n:umbli.g and muddy declara
tions about the impropriety of laying "down
a policy to he advocated right or wrong
through an administration of four years," and
al,out retr rving fr'edomni "to execute the will
of the pet ple," when the New York Tribune
(cate. t, their consolatio(n with an exegesis
at.d a theory couched in the following words :
But let tfe people hear in mind that by the vert
teri~ms of I ip pi, sec the future p-litieal and legi.
ltive poll, iee ot the o.n'ry will not be deter
Iin, -'. "- ertly by the election of Grant, but de
etild , a tIe nIrjoritieu In both Houses of Con
grerre. Let ite itelpub'-au party look dlsacreetiy
alter its nmninatio.nk fr the lower House of Cia
grt.c , at d for the State and legistlaures. on wholn
dertds the chowte ol senators. By the very
ternms (f his pledge, the succees of Repubiica
prinm ipies cs any question Is not woni by the elec
tron of Gen. Grant, but will throughout his ad
ntaistratton depend upon the abldity of the h:
publcan party to marntalb its majorities io both
Hotuses ct Congress. If Congress remain Repnb
hcoun Gtn. Grant executes Republican laws wibh
'ut qutrstion. It Congress become Demtcratic.
he execnutes 'emocratlc pilictes with eqil si readi
tkit %and decision. This we believe to be in a,
t rdnce wi.b the true theory of repubhican gov
er!ntert. aend the ve-r bligest statesmainhip anti
at oide st poitry pes-tile in an executaive otieer.
Btit it dtivrts the Ileht:ion of a pre-..len;t, co
ttderi d in it- If rerely. if uc:h of witat we hay.
bt, e accstuued to regard an its po!ilcel effect,
aid g~li us tier' *ly a giood executive, not a
u:;Li) bhau,prl.n of our fatorite ideas.
Let the Ieputecan party, t teretore, look early
end thi r- ittily ate r the rext aouingr.ss.
This view attributes to Greant. with the ex
ception ofl ,ne particui!ar, precisely the quiali
ti-es which are desired in a chief ex,-cutive
fuitti(inary by the congresi.u:d olig-archy:
:1. qualities, that is t-, s.,y, of an ofnii ,l
nu.nstrosity uniting in one ticure an acepha
lons manikin and an automatic Briareus.
The exception ief,-rred to is the assumed
readiness of the radical candidate to execute
I) mnocratic po(li'ies if Congress become
lie mocratic. The radical oiigarcihs wont in
the presidential position an automaton that
will continue to execute their policy, even it
that policy should no longer be the paoli-y of
('Cougreis. Put in this they demand iimpos
sil-ilittes. The unreserved eand ide-ales ser
edity which they re'quire in a President can
otly be had in company with correlative
defects, one of which is the liability oft such
a IPretsident to become the slavish tool of their
enemies should the latter obtain a majority in
Congress. The Tribune, therefore, is right
in assuming the posstbility of this contin
gency as inseparable from the kind of cxr,cn
tire service required by the radical oligarchs.
and in reminding them of the iniprnaudnc at
expecting Grant to he " merely a good eceen
tive" for their purposes while Congress ii
radical, and also "-a miighty champion " of
their '' favorite ideas," in case of Congress
ceasing to be radical. As interpreted by the
Trltune, G.atit, when he talks about execut
ing the a ll of the people, refers to the vote
of the majority in ('oigress as the authent:c
voice of the will of the people; and when he
talks about the intprolprlety of laying down a
policy to be advocited, right or wrong,
through a whole pr-sidrential term, he mean
to assert the propriety of executing, right
or wrong, the policy of the dominant
party in Congress, And all this, in the be
lief of that radici-al organ, is in accordance
with the tine theory of executive duty and
policy. That it happens to be wholly op
posed to the theory of the Constitution with
rif, rence to presidential functions and obliga
tions, does not impair its beauty in the eyes
of the Tribune philosopher and his fellows
and fillowe rs, who unsally cherish a doctrine
in proportion as it is uncinstitution.d au-l
subversive. Reducedl to platn Enl sh.i the
doc'trine in question means nothing lies than
the pLractical extirlpation of the iprilent; LI
office. If conceded generally, a pri-siteitil
election would be thi iasu:r i-s·t of sh,, rl , -
ties; for, if coended gutirelly. the lIresit
dential office would he virtuinlly extinct. If
the President is to be the nitre mninter of
Coitress, it is a pr-post,-routi c-ir u tinltuitiionl
to refer his aplpo:ttit-zetv t, . ,l- ,t,,o of ilce
tors cho-loen by the St.a--. It th- lii LtyV i
power ar- resolved thit thi- sih ll h. the. ,-I-.
t tin bete(e-t the i:ii 1'.. si ihat iii (',il
gless, it is as aicketl cas t is -iup-ill ui tir
thlne to cinvulsn thei , c-llutlr) liy rlOntliu at
1residential canldidate If Ciogres i.
or: tuipote nt, as this theory iinltpi. it wd'
curt ly nit brotk definle,- ti i's w"il in to
executive office, whether th irncutnbent b
notaritaWy hpuhtblan or DTm .cratl-, altI
a Ill be able to itil, m-kanit , m n i.;ll. ite will
S -t-<ttlve in spite of pri.k Icltt i Il , ,p.sitt)it ort
h hl quent . In . otIl er - ,r,-I it C kc*, - i-~
i t <liC dit, s air le:t wi, t1 I t. a. i th
at, try; k. culetl bl a dispouati wilti d bliy a
nit , the laaramount atn and the abtrbl-i
-wotik of whihl are to trani, iilw-s aen- shah],.
Slihc is fr the perp,1-tti-ion ,f its pivet.
\\Lat tLe Tilbune says abIut obtaiii_;
-- merely a gtod exciuti- ofli -.r," in-i- -aft
at ctnce the purpose of the niatic.al oligar,,hy
to assert congressional cmuip tence evtn
ia.ain-t (;rant, should he he elected, au-I to
be idl all their efforts to maintaiuing their ma
2ority in C'olgr-ts as the real s, at of pulitical
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lone hnbonrr, hor-e were ;asi. ,ping in the ring
,,n the 4 h. a: Jerome Partk--aur- than was ever
'ire --gi-,g,- td at - race c-Onr-- in this cotia
N1H PE.}UYE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
" lor lie MaLyo,"
A Wa:ade,/ul P.owr.
Thi Y rn,,n ,t' -*t , e ta,-, m i t em datli-i, e da bi e
- n. e! Ire- -teU m vat, fies. , e x pc -et--i -.tr t -.It
,,- •t n i'att e le,,ut iaat,,et te.,4, 'it-, Wv-S- c:
r.: It dohero-tr c iu rrn-t crs:ea fa - i. Pwpared by
Pllat.tIN a %0¢4
5i7 Wvp*way N V .muAr R, lats 4ie
sat t-rv I tyai elArPauirts tad Fancyteati e amea ti
ice ~·te~t ae-L.e
SATURDAY EVE'ILNG, JUNEI 13.
A\TA'I EUR PERFORM N('I'
TI EN: E FIT
THE FIREMEN'S CHARITABLE ASSOCIATI)N
I'IZO(R A 1 ME.
OVE URE . ............... ...........O..ORCU rRA
TLe pIrformarce tr ll eemmerwnre with the Origi.nt, A'orl
elal. Err-:tic, Operatic, .amlativrllu d and be.)L Savage
Extrar.ganrsa entit d
Or, Ye Qeatle Savage.
IN TWO ACTS-BY JOHN BROUlGUAM, E3S.
DP TMATIS PER0N.E: .
OF YE ENGLISH.
('APT OHlN h MITF, the nndnulc,'d origina, tscal and
Inltnmea.ta, in the settlemeat t Virinia. in ore with
Po ra hon trt. Rerording to Ii Itury) th ,'ai n.tmewhat
at a lKncee wit!. h ste,ry.. ................Mr. F. Mc.
LIEI T. 1 HUM A BROWN, seond In command, a hitherto
nei t,:rd g, IK. ohte rc ims on paterity are '.oy f.r
the iiret tinme a.knowleged, as i* but rtiht ....Mr J .H,
WI.LIAM JONES, semetimea called Bill, another et the
amesor hi ...... .......... .... .....Mr. IL P
51MYAIF.H RU I.I" F the real hu dand of Po cP-ho-taa, but
draunatrcall dirort'rd, c antrary to all law oant act
Mr. W. DrL
BFN.tA)I N IIRACE, JOTIN JUNK, HENRY HALYARD.
WII.I.IAM BLNILILE, BARNABAN BIN,LLEL
sG . er, Cf V.I Rrrr.c, S i erer of Titr'er, An them.
tIer uf t . ie. nd Limbsh, rron ite.utlty Oeneral De I re
'.o r a r mnimta and loab e Hmieupe, ad alogeth-r
aattnll aauttiralpeopje ..Menaus. T111 BOYS "
OF YE BAVAGES.
II. J POW HIA TAN I Kng of theTusearoras.crotehetty
mn, orh, in fct, a eemi-Brave.............Mr J. ('.
The .Iight Bon. QUASH-l L-JAW, speaker of the Psage
Irtoe " I otrta, straghtarer of unpeuasant kinks, f ,
of trnubld watera. unraveler of knotty points, adjut.ar
ft a uanr'i u* dileultles, and trand Eye Parsiamentury
Fa. toturm atrl Fuglnatsm .........................Mr. .
( Pt DIL ifPO(. lne of the abort i ual . F. V.' , a In ul.
nt rigutar .......................... . .. ...Mr. Q. 8. P.
COL t (LOO anot or we m her'ed and headed son of Old
V\r.ial, the untiring ................Mr C N., Jr
JIL O0, 'ereantt -atArms, a friend to swearu by
Mr. J. 8. 0.
IP-r.H EgAR, AP,.NY PTIL KOD LTV-ROYL. KAI-e)
NtL, Mtdtcloe Men ,,I tue Paulttit B, eun-ta Ttbe
Meenere. C. F., L F., A. .M and A. B
II. . H. I'RI! CI15 PO-l:hAHO, TAS, 'he teaot'fll anl
veru pr,,prly ntl'ltlual ,suoiter f Kliltug P. 1HlTa
Serolr atti(ltitO to the ridiclouls doctrlinel ot c I
olrcum-,ance, t Ms.ter o(tf btt the attebon ~ttea
ng td.tton ...................Mr CIIIPPED)NEL
0(i T~ PET. ., .: nI' DI, introsating , ffh ota 'r..
ArtoCrall tic Stck anterior t. the First F millw in aIr
pa.t . . . .. . ... . Bra - attd .4 -
KRiS 4-'- 1N RE, .mtodylin th- rhgid pri ,plt of th
ft' ,a ,sFt-be arble 'ii .lI.pg..htol--Mrns T i RiFE
ItA LN I -, otf' Vt El.I, LVVTT.KKEI:t
0i t I lni HI, at.. L..M I'.. gILC.;& her "denr
ti r.re " t r whom i he d en not forget to c sr a dettr
ei ,.ht tn re , tr r yI bi. ....... .......l.ere -
S,' dirrr ' 1 ai, nlti*t r'enhert ,f t"e Tt.ar-ura L. at
;eerd. :c . Retrntattd Ly "The Bds.i.
OFELt7 IRYF ................. OVEIITLe h.
he even ng Ier' -ra ancer to c.t 'ude with he popu;ar
I'mlc DI , an rn te at, ell'itled
N.9, OR 1Ot4)U FSIl IOTEIIag.
f te tin lo;ha cart of cduaactr,
Tln I,. e* ~ ' arlener .......... ....... . r. J 1
tI..rt* ,etr. . liway F rent·an ..... ....Mr. ..N P
('l.rlry, a ,a'rpe 'r ....... ........ r J "
S·rng Mr 'empn ....................r Wnm reL
itrsn't ....... . . ... . Mr N.JI
A. ... ....Mie LOTTIE ESTEtLL
S,'tecr r o Io ulmce pen frtm A a. toLE . end.y
Prlleeo of" dhmleloe..
]t,,e~ tr e ,,rd .. t......... ........................ 0
tas.t cl'tre .d Parnqu.te ............... ....... a
Fa ly r le....... ..............~~ .
taelrny. .... . .... . .
Private Beesa. .....
NI. 3 --T, t e0n be had f an mena ato tbe ,. i't
haail. Aataoaaa, or ,O s t Oia of to It's.
THE LADIEI S OF NEW ORLEANa
The "rmittee of Arrangementa to the Gread Tounrament
,t he boheld at the Fair Grands. en PRIDAT, Ith Ina., for
the bheneft f t. nt. J C SBAINE and hin tamtle, repeect
tully aolkit y-otr kind srvices. ae hope tact 'ea will not
r'y grace the FETE by Lea, preene., bet eoeelywr
*eeS*t $tt y wll tae ar o take e . on thait easiom, of the
RaWelmret Taiem tai the spartment next the Octgeet.
Bnilditg, st maid, for that sperial psrpos..
Tet eamitttue Is ecouraged meakiet this appeal, from
their pread ceuse tueesst that with 'hb Ladies of the Gtr
tent City Bway ad Chaoti are belaeed twin aiteen
J. 8. SKINNER.
('omrit ia Room. 112)1tst(rnboeh e stre.t.
"Lsoutlera Laands Agesscy.
We iffar oorn ervn. s for the dp,,anl of LANDED PR -
'I RTY, e , n the lutihern ttee Retrocesrs and ii
f.'ortaltla prompt y pnvern
LIVING..r TO, FC.ERTON & C('..
N.o 59 L bert. mtre-t. New York.
AT THIEIl FAIT: ;()UNI )S,
Friday. Joue I!. 184S .
Benefit of Lieut. J. C. Braine's Family.
PIIRRT-DOUCILE TEAM T'JTTINd MITCH.
lin. le Dsh r a M In. Four entrie,. To start at r. I.
Rlngle Daeh of a Mile, to llaree.. Three etrli.
TII RD--TROTTING MiTCH 'l.
Ringle Peast of a Mile, to Boioa.a Four eatries To start
at 4 5 F. a
FOl KTM--GRAND OViRrPUsE.
FBy C'I AN. JARGERR' ('P.E(, KIATID B'IVER COR
NIT A.' H D. to err., tean at e o'clock. In the Arena
t'IFTH TILT 1i OFr NIHIITS IN THTE ARENA.
T rcn mence a ht . 'i) r ., precisely.
SIXTT--t'(iRtONATION (WF Qi'dEE Ow LOVE AND
BPAUIY AND MAIDS OF HOIOR.
In the Arena.
hb VINTH-OGAND CORONATION BALI.
IT t~r ('(TAGONAL BFUILDING, to he opened by the
KINIGIhT ,N FULL CORTUME.
Schedule oa Prtcee-- Admtta .ee to the
'tr le Tickets. .... ......... .................. !
Fo,,r Norse sod der .. .......................... ..... 1 in
uovry andc Lre..o ....... .. .. . .. . I It
c'aronse and D iver ......................... ........ I l)
Admittence to Co a nn t',n Ball ...................... e50
Children under twelve rare Half price.
Sotes o, the std of Ampkltheater FREE.
Covered eate on the Race SItand pecially reserved for
Re-e.I ments to be had at all tinme daring the Tournament
J. STUART eKINNER,
*Y Iracles of Cheapnses.
PIIAKSPPARE, complete .. ................50 aenta.
rt, complete .............................. ..... ... eeota
ITROl. camplete......... ...................... enti
lSlATYs OF ELIA. . .......................... ent
WAF RiLY N'OVELS, each ....................5 cents
D.('ieBh eac h........ ................. ...........2 cea
Wondes rful and Etraerdlary U41ita1lm .
GOOD PAPERI LARGE TYPE, AND ILLUTRIATED.
JAME4 A. GRESHAM,
BOL.SLLLER ANSD SIATIOtliR,
92 Ca' p Street,
World retpectfuly il.vi,e tlhe pi .llI of New Orleans to
examine the alavre CHFAP lDIFtIONmI of evr*t arthora
Aty book malled to any address .oatpaid free on receipt ofe
the above price. Address
JAMES A. GREHAM.
Lck BHt 0t7,
12 Parmp street, New ijrlema..
IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS FOR STEAM& ,
WATER AND GAS.
We have recelived a full nupply of PIPE and FITTTWIC.
hibth PIlain ad (tllvanizrd d nd shall contonue to sell at
tmat utvtoaers' prlree.
W.- ha' a o a good r,-oily a' IIPLF ITArDW4RW,
cIEK'.ROtlls R, HAand Ist Il I Wlirt, KiHiRint tHOE,.
'iKsl.c, tillE -E' D, LIAI I'II' r.,i ki iond of
ArILROAD. tTAO'8OAT cnd MEiIIAI'9' SI'P
I'LIES, which we will ell a low a ty ~n honee In tbh *mth.
BOTIi'K & a.EYh4i)UR,
Corner tf ('.Atmon tnd Fliton marestr
Fac smantss's (:ott@s Ties.
We bare a L*i e Snpply f ithe celebrated AT.LI 1 T'OR
Tlio. n hlaldl which are ur.urp.srrl ia 1 I st oh f ..; ti,
itl , l iI(.- LI . , . nufrctu S i ro.i. ,.aav li ri.tl et }
1A A, -At4HA N' el-r'iT.. T. 0, rnid tiIACI).D)
TI .., :e, ra .,elt s tn i ,rd er yeira
I-- clerln ai.yl'inml i' -0: ,mi hamare.
CHAMIEI:b & i rfTINI.
O( T 'Fr1t ]:ItN4i PFTR Ab)lUUM O)Vk.,
The PlTRiLEL'M STOVES bake md cnk better aid
qteltk r ben mlyp otherjSt- m. withloa semoke, dnt. aml
I -t rbe,.m n be n eema dly In prtlon t allnut are a
,, - a- Lu , >a,., , t e V-rche,,tnFa ax -n.* sau
t ,., er.-s I atalet, N. l.l ,1a,1e rer ;
S: Iti iL tee at h ceit. pejr ta ihn
. rs. E. I'. Te nier,
110 ...C..... :ANAL STRET ..... ........10
i .l.i.t rlnle, rnt a Ber.ti'nl itock of Vi'llaery and
r-,) o d. .la.c ene i. Ioclile~ at (lI@ and itLbO'.
SUT i t hlr p 'Ihat ann i-e w soh ng ito meet a Ban*t
ti etr Ie.s already ned', rc-lld ir-, fall to be pead rwt
r l ho * a i an et.' .1 ,se -,rtmelt of Niper Ws's ilcakder
hiefs, Rut Rus. riem.rn R I,',,,~,s. F]..rr. Petbers.1•
.-lit ape, d -sronlderea hl.awhl ald r.clue
Ia,-'e (l , I thinla, I ailer stUit, in. mad oa-k(h
I t es and Ineerttato, all to he sold rHEAP tt1.1 mad ax
A NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALL RY
('oer c M galal e ead IMt. ~LAdr w reem· ,
Over Llwbem ' a Diy lda Storn.
FPPOTOGRIPH, 2 i pee dosem
t'OKCEi.AIN Ptl'tl: REl S
And all work garanteed eqa~ l to snJ done o the aIty.
t:all and see our peeelenm.
WILEY & SOUBY.
e.................. cam ................. CA*MP .
Importer and Demles to
-etlte, ft11. W e4dow amln e tII eed sad_
POTTOtP & KNllHTr,
N Asl emia F. t agio ela Pte Gle
WoIlM . CANAL BANR, THIS DAT. aFse
Sowiade e thea SeAberm espesm Oemper, sdiabLn
x. O3@aeAi SOaN, New ork, eme.ub FIFrT
THOUSANxD II oIDOL4AA to &s't Tld.r New.
of One Tbaed qu3O Seltars eak. Ali of Legd,
aod dated Nh0 Masek IML aid maemberd as shows:
S3llL on. -1 1413 a. agLe..LL 14t ,
3Ml NIM Mil uIl.a gNWLa
0 a. . 10015 L L M$ 941 2 S 3SNII3Lte
4M7 10915 . 1. I4 8Ia IL L 4Im1A
4667 10t19 L L 1M8s a -) R l $ . º 0I4g1LIL
m 1140 I . 305 0 I na. e8Mla
9681 n. L 15019 a 19131 31173 a. L º 61MI64
673 13147It. L 111 L L 10 aM. 1L1
73116 13619 m. 31 SS6 . L 75.9 a. U M L
The public msr ematleed agast tradiu for the mse. sad
the above rmwan Is. *eed for the recovery at the msoq.
..a (rine hlMn rhI9. 1 L. 'nh*r.
"Sdley lbmeehL My A, 1NU.
Wer. the Ladles residing on and In the vicinity of Maauias
amd Bull Hun battle-aeldm ha.e torme* uarelves lateo
socnet1 known by the amed the Me NAWA M MUtIIJAl
AuOCIATION, and have fur uur uobhjt ~ne rlasemtat
the ('otflderate deed, now r.tterrd in troupe eRd in W d
graves for smoa mls. and liable mes to be obliteramed by
ste plooKhmhtrer We solicit mid fr.m our sister tad toresa
of the South, land. ndeed, every.hers Ware it mot for
p rtO,. wewoulldnotelsapnn you in orderttohave heut
deently interre ad tmelesad to our Cemetery, some SJWi
wiU be atmd.
Thlo. eo our Mrlde at a ditance who desire o cem rttblo
ma do so by mddresimgl our Corre-podl,,a s ,eoreary, Miss
SUE H. MOlaOil, Gaiaermlle Prlnc Willium eoou
MISS ANNIk M. LEWIS,
MISS MARY J. POI&,AN,
MIBd M. E. COMPFON,
MISS MAIRY E. ('IrHINti,
MISS SUE M. MONROE,
MRS. ADDIE S. WHEdk.Ea.,
Conotibuttoes for the above purpose will alm, be rceved at
the t'RbSI'ENT OFFI('E; by Wil)OfS, MATrIIW4 A
CO.. d 93 ailgatM.M intre; mnd by mn. MAST J.
Di A CON.
Irom Cottoer Ties.
In addltion to the celebrated ARROW TIRlS, I am new
preparrd to r rrve ords froml the trade for the 0ELW.FAS.
Tk NIN1 BUt' KLE TIR', all made of the heot quality Eag
abh lroe, and iBARID) of any rrqn4"ed length.
H. r. iA RPLETT,
Oenoral Atnn. 4: ',rnnrdd stret
TAe Ftrll P-re'sen.,
HAVANA CIGARS AND TOBAOCO.
*o..e* Aleese. .. S s IO sa.laj seetr .
MANUFACTUREBR OF HAVANA iJlARS AND
IMPORTER OF G1rININD LEAP )IBAOCO.
Ordoe for iltan of the inai Macus I1.f Tobaeee I aI
wth dilstcn ad "rMCI SMlonL.
(lrl Otnr smlrpeaed by than of Raranmt s.ur
Mr Aiesninth thel( m irlsmmm. a, u, t.n InuIuame
h bore r. n ", Ite rd at Bthe hct .tite DA.r a,E I At e
rsad F. a.,b the einse r ri r C noun nt Cntterphsnýeic.o
INS elemrt .,o n-i..I, ".nml
To 431 Iftereated
CAUSE OF LIBERAL CHRISTIANIT.
Th lmbe Oal mgtlll fIlM ttfa ) eal Neiea ambmbe t
t pthlle that r mll e n he rb
mad rde. e. the IBd4lrTamn nl.moth
the Dec. IC NOT P. DADCAIIB. J.'mrbrldSe, Ms
hl tTrhe hur.c
J. Q. A. FELL IW,
WVw Orlmens. December 1, l0
Jas. B. TAospesos,
11 I CHIANT TAILOR,
NO. Ia PULTON TAREST,
South side if Phltes sheD.. tow doors see ot Brodwy.
OF ALL 8128, PLAIN AND COLORED PIOTUat
Ceptee of Pletere
Made by me boaoand drbIg the wa. can be had by ly.
in at my Old Stand 111 CANAI. )TIILEKT, wheen ira
new e round daily, ad ll be klal ton m s ld fr eMads
JOHN FI EltRK.
IBaportF nt Eo L5 VWers,
TUU ACTB OF THE LAST LEIIRLATJL ,
Helded begu a UhahL Jaman~y 1. . m tih rityll elw
Orlesai .o Ieawyertllbnrary emplskt witht tibs vomlmb
JAMFIJ A. 8ttL IdlO lMH .
iOOYSaLL3 ANlD STATIOII3
O* CAMP eTREE.T
P, orm New orIeme ev a,
etlllrbthen m oee thee M·l a tto Nr toea~me eaO~.
nill Oeelneed a follow.
- 11 for Mobile. Mongomery. Attlasn, 4date ma 0t
htmbha a., sies daily at r. r.
*st Mm) flo all e1 s)OSr .m ot .n ,.e ri r~ day e
Sers. e ln*i Mondmysa , . i · ru i lyr, atS
tekaburm Mail. o a r 0 e.? V .ric m· *d Natwesl
eas teto herl'hne " sItes at S( ·£ T asr meme
dells for OsiNetae m as m C. .. *eery geeder
doa 5 ad ridays. t •
Oexa0 elms ea 7 e o' i,*. ,tlry Theuaedpa
and metardAym. sis fiuioe." . Ia*e . t
'tils fm o te mea Ovwr oleme 8o y s NReu g a
taurday.. slatte Rive
ullsfor WOrthiserMs mexa nan en ti - **em sr -wemia
fesitea Plturaudys gao r. rdar
naill le tetma.. w0l hi "rwyrTes my every elea
'er metd Pnrt
emli North REst mmd Weenl you Frew -p dJg
SellrsdCe daily aS r m P
ay Mato lli Jacheam Iarrad iocon di 4. L
)VTWh UOII38 ..-h *l . a a. , . hem . .
50lWHUAY-.O411tasmas r .e, a 7ne ns
B W.VAJI OWId RiEROv,
PNlCHASItt:! AND COtLtCrING AGENCY,
IsLmous 0enses or aw *00oa 5ul 55ma n.4
?i.BMENT5. Ot, 053. W itesD U d Oemelm
sed a. eesh t mal bet Mda eemas ad d. s
a melin ma mesd he re t a .e su lltg4m IeeI.
umem. t amltama PAVAIIT.D GD g*U L51 ,
mumem a un eiter rS erw sa.;--,
s-ems Slu r s ) tos ma.
md . WDII. Porserte e
Tw mLmr o Kve esmenw
5'wwpI"45 raga-- ,a
ma. .Y n a . .wu