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A negr named 8teve Torrence, aliUa Twine, 1
Was errseted asn night, by the detetivee, on a
chage of comapl ictans the murderoe sart o
Mr. pAllebeer ee- aue memef be hseu, meos
iar eltya, sime vawees alne, to!e y. Hoe , seaoeed
tat hhes o the p . hich r
oragaised for pleander, nsd of wohi Dr. Woods,
wro wee reornl oftUred eer a desrU r
swoe •rd e. N relywounded, we. p I
lain. Toerreace stsate at toy ot r. Alexa- I
da for deed, Woods harvn st b re t the hous
i severl ps ces. m e fura hem"r mtstheat e of
he rules of the sane thart wthey hould only
for g.e on "rebels or Demoorati. He wu oot- I
mitred for tralb
e wooting rdt•y cpcured thb mornIn on 0
Cey street, betwee. .m lobe and Wii.am
WeSAy, two nMlroe, In whoBh the frmer wU
eerely wou nd ed. ere ma s es
At the colored Methodist cutrch, om (aea
tire.t, tbie eaternoon, a negro lred.a ptn ole at
du tttnr ead t st epg. h polsemten ettesp ed
a strewt cbm, plhen he fred st the poleem of
The conregatlIon rushed out sad an indoe.rlli
note irasog took pinec. The poi he left In hutle
orbt, belonl reed wih eohor mambers of the
aose w e mr est lped. a Athoug
ia shiooat slot wseerred wosee w aes a. 1
Wtsauloro ct. t t. 1.--The nt elnal revenw e
burese hs joust Iuesd rla Hic aed isrtr uo
I.te encra i al the t n a diftihoed pirsts a p.
pdeastalu to e theo Aupst tlat. No dtoldler'm
bond oet he approved netIred t dismollery
heome batr been prvided andet abI ahed utlear
the act of July 6th, aod no distillery permitted to
nesrt until etorekepwe bh bees aesled to
tsch werehtoue. No redwh eto will be madero e
especity, sex or epenstu stal required notwnee
Are gen so the sohetdst sss . ser.
Any distilllIn done at anght or at any other tilme
when the storekepr ie not pre et, s prohibteda
from end fTer November let. Stampe for ditlled
pericg ea be requsreod ta be uod and llasesr
poMVided by law. he stnamps ae eongraved aod
boned ie bck farmc, the books, teax paid rtamsp
four hundred eech. The vle of the books, other
ehen a om to sax pid stampe, le st i edhS, end
the bookso tIe paid sotp e s hfrom ir50
to a20sto, eccording to the number of natlo re
The siere to th are speeiiat both au to duties ro
dbi ldiete d gover natn orl een. The eo mut
toner sas the pbovtoe o the oce of roveune
geete end ionopect6 s throw n itnevseeed repon
srbIlIty upon the iocal offioere of the several di,
trtca, end It depends mainly oe their action
whether or eMt t she rovile of the rew Iar edhll
be carried out end s;lcis distilation represed, id
they ritl be requird to dtrt aousd btilty for the
providednrc by eet o the law mps their egravel d
a Terrible b Ckotlae tis pa smep.
A ccrrespondent of the Memphi Avalsanch
ro Carroll eountoarlte thuso: Os the p th Iest.,
at a church hos re Crooked reekr, four or fle
Rdlols b lred ea row on the tabth. Kohe
that thee orwertv pa t e all starmd hoy raed
toe the rowda, tald sg e maoe ded upon the
ot $2 d woutodlug trhe other, of wbch tro
have since died; one It is suppoced ill recover.
Th aIs ome by men thart lelim to beoIou to the
Csoeroll milthe, ad bthey re ge otU orce ivil
hie. Wa meprpm theyrow havo eomecd the es
ireob ent. Thi o the lee Radieca otusee updn
thecits or othi reoiy. o W e ae elaeh ofl
b Wr hare iad In_ peCo for thro yearm, but
toted by se tha hey Nt eat to sreelbe
e law that will nhel ot sbt ectto it themselves
We enderetadn Uthat th sheLif together wit the
od citizemnt of this costy, demanded rthat the
Awes aeIl be brouget to jumtsie esd lst the
anw hvre Its coure in the preminse.
Wo havre not bse ra word from them srane
Rthey comltedad the act, saly rht we heard on
the next dao. The Radciiae all gathered to tre
memr of l fty rrog at Cat Fpicp l' loreo we
sweppoase to protet the outlaws tome theo evil
eauheritee. The good elt of this eeaty are
r-•M.lIle. aud wll help to efeoo it, provided
It isis their powr to do . We Bad sot beon
lappiw d thet sahen w•e haeeh woer up, stii te
Redeeia coTimro eheAllranl ~eio o puboia
wthep, sekio whoM thoy mIht devour. They
hilled theire ow brtmioeIe the fiht. We
ae beem tod that there wer two eoarrtie
wead, esad that thes were therbt two ahoe
derw, d dld ete ma their amm. The esaerv
tve people of this oaeemty he not beed a the
habit of etrywsr mn fer the laes three yeas
eww we se the qoctio, wsat shil we do If the
Radied n behdaThe, under a Radicai form of gov
erament, eoubr emen to go to cherch horno uad
esaomit sak outrNe.e poCa peopie, nd foe to
bispW theo to jtIece ~o thew aro lea e, aud
mI.itw. ThdI saor Itseo theitor? Oar
eeawtihe. kna wisl prepero ens or e ditlo ror the
last tmhre Reato is c hsad and we
ere all cealnolte to ro sgioter ad ote for Rey
m r eed e Uhair, a e lawsr mary he a i-ly ed.
aiaistesed co eall.
The Atheeoum House, Oooplded by huttorfeld,
Nalaser, Doduon & Bros., prodsoe sad omass.
et merechaseents, hli, wi toaly dwtroyed
bke r on the 1ow. The lomb teC td t 61e0.OW
'Ie propetyr w hr we uwed fo Sw. poimerpaily
ow te Home Coesmiy. The b uidleg wr mel
ebted wL sral. wtich we. well od.
ur Ine 'p Torls Movru.-Do aot put as
ememy i yoe me to et ai se way you- Uthe
Bewar of dea rYive be thwus ad eoorl
prwderns, msary of whil arheb I mules nl d
oneslmet. oItmera r e a oi ra o s nd teeth and
fraraent breath by edopti the fragrnt Sos.
ale, te b M efrei oMelte u
NIELTY-1N Wo &Y.
WUam T, O.L t14,1866.
Tb. base esssilse epstad fayrnably urn
of the Gerseal ssem at fiba seSa.vs. for
leads,ad. wit emesussdmeus ap Hoam a Ila.
s27s. a seot approprialeks the sum of 1oo,eo0 for
Qbems- the H ws 3; Oft 1 oNso rrl. oef.
e o s al epepre~r 1too,0 ao ly
tep so n J wa wa me m as fla s
theg -Upse S, . Dam bE l threet.e
the areiam Methnedisht lesl hurso, faver
.- phew faM e a ro U
(ep b, rt n a e oluties oa-o
ptheeMa e , ro fepre a setaase to S.
o w dabsbews o the . l .m. TYb resdisas was
esseIsseby th e p les o be paM 4 seat s
parT o f 411 oO e g aP r a pro.
The He.r hn. htis ll.em the Bae s.
pides Navigation ad , am ap and was, ao
mote of Sdr, lad se tsbe mbljat to Ball.
Mr. Dy (DM .) th eed a M ia a of, tohe
Bats Beage. Grosme Tet sad Opelemase railread
rerd noe*a bill to soeatrt the
peas ea .leees dep, rfrintg sspseinly to
prh et d a. Jagery mme Mas.
al us thnp Hes fanpplse uty ot of
hesrpaitm tew New crumes. M oeeaslas so
asi the W nseal aid sd sadsfst ife lwo
ns.s sleey it Laoduar': The bil emld not
be tbrod to a tem reading a is new the
be Heeas semahlary hil thea sun up, sad
was long d srely deaat Petding its coa
aftr t Hr-s . t emeating .salon.
ares et K rwiesemetw .
earper ot8. Charls itroduced a jolat resola
t o satborluig l o somitte on the conduct of
teleotonesa it during the rses. Calendar.
Pra!r eariua O Umsa.
By eat of 8B. Helesa-An at appointing Mrs.
Wardell of Bt. Heldes parish, curatrix of her
brother's .state. Rules suspended, bill read
thirn ime ad tdtl pamd.
A petito from CLhale Jobasoe, dentist, asking
ome osatlo for damsges sustalned in the riot of
July, 1866, waersad sad ordered to be ret~rned
to Its author.
The Boose then took up the slaughter-.ouse
bill. This bill was rejected on Saturday. a recon
sideratioa of the vote moved and the motioo to
Jar that motion p ao the table was lost by one
vote. The Hose then adjourned without coming
to a vote upon the motion to reeonader; so yes
terday that motion came up. The previous ques
ion was at once called, and the vote taken by roll
call showed 39 in favor of reconsidering and in
favos of the hil, and 28 against recondderatio
sad opposed to the bill
A debteo pon the bth the followed. Borrell,
e. Red.. Faulkner, w. Bad., sad Gray. w. Red., ad
voeedsti t, Hoble, D., uIsab.l, e. Bad., and Pratt,
D., oppmos IsS sievDed the ioadelite poet.
aemet or the bill. uarper moved to amend
by poeoue till the eeoad Monday is January,
1869. yeu sad asys were ale o this qea
ion and reaelted 44 years to 2 ays, aid the bill
was poetponed. A motion to reconsider was laid
on tbe te by a recorded ote of 41 yesu to 27
nays, and the matter was at lst paut to rest.
The House then took ap the general appropria
tion bill, adopted the amendment recommenaded
by the committee of the whole, added two sec
tions providing that henceforth so approplatilon
shall be made for the benefit of any iastitution
which shall not so modify Its rules as to make so
distinctloa on account of race or color, asod that
those tate officers for whom a contingent fund is
provided shall at each session of the L slature
render a detailed aeount of the manner In whleb
he dispeanse such fud, sad then passed the bill
After some Allbrutering, the bill amending the
printing bill sad taking from the Republeaa the
city prtnting, came up. It was moved to post
pone till the second Monday in January next. A
motion to lay on the table was lst, and the mutlon
prevailed by 33 to 26.
Zxsisemea5 anm Seter oeasy, Al ".
ATTErMPVTED AsAsrIMATION-ARRCSr Or TRW CeN!t
hAL---A nmolare3 wravoO A au1e.ts ah.
VOsIjUtFL PaIKIT AMONGO vH NIOGRO3 B-LOYAL
LEAGUE CONSULTATION- COnORSUATION OF
fAMMD INEROEB-THE COUONER'S INL'BST DIS
TLBxED BY AN ARMID PARTY.
[Preo i9e Ltvsges (As.) Jerma, Oe. 9.]
As Mr. Brysnt Bleydon, ltvieg about four
miles west of buatervll, in this county, was
returting from superleteedtag some plantation
work about aigbtfall on Theresday last, he was
attached by a freedman an his employ, named
Enoch Brown, alas Townsend, and stabbed is the
aids, the left long being pierced.
After inflicting the third and most serious wound
the nesro decamped, and Mr. Richardson was
properly eared for. It was found the wound in
hi side was a very erious eone, and for several
days Ml life was despaired of. At last accounts
hti condition was favorable, bet still cratoal.
As soon ass warrant could be procured, a party
of ciaisern went to pursult of the assassin; and as
It was known that he was in the habit of frequent
log the place of the notorious Dr. Chouttsan. they
went Is quest of hi. After searching several
negro bhouses, It a quiet and orderly manner,
without anding him, they proceeded to another,
the door of which they found barred. There was
onea other house whbich had not been searched, and
to avoid forolng an entrance unales naseesau to
do so, they examined that house frst .be.
quently they forced the door that was barred, and
enterag. were preparing a light, when sme one
rushed to the chimney, sand ascending it jamped
down on the outesde and ran. Supposing, very
atourally, from his strange condouet, that he w44
the man they were In earoh of, they ordered him
to hait, stating they bad a warrant far him. He
continued running, they fired on him, sand he fell.
Os golng up to the body the discovered Ii was not
that of Brown, bat that they had killed a frteed
man known as "Yankee Ben," presitdent of the
Brown, aitas Townseap, was arrested on Friday,
bo ever, by two freedmen-Rob. Brownrige and
Bob Thomas. and handed over to the srotho tIles,
and on Saturday be was committed to jeil, where
he now is.
The hlliug of Yankee Ben, although done
through a mistake which.uader the cirueamstances,
could not well have been avoided, and which was
regretted by every oee, oraested inee e*cite
ment among the egrees, encouraged in it as they
were by one or two depicable whi:es who have
long sought to produce a conflict between them
and the whites. A freedmas disclosed the fact
that the league was to meet at the house of
Choottea for the purpose of avenging the killlng
of Bea; ee ia oesequaeanee, the whites in the
seiabberhood pat themIselves i a condition for
Os Santnrdy some dsixty armed negroes
amain eats esing digsApersed.
Snday was comparatlvely quiet; but the next
day some 150 negroes assembled at the same
plae. During the day some doses citizens west
to bohauttea's to hold as Inquest over the body
of Ben, which had beesn left unburied for the por
pore of Inflaming the pssions of the nefgroes.
On sanoencaog their purpose. Chouttesae informed
them hbat they could not hold an Inquest nless
the Jury were composed of negroes, and the
negroes prese were v·r lwlue In their de
mesmor. These facts beling communicated. some
huadred armed eitiseae rpaired to the spot.
when the negroes dupersed ad Choatteon be
mase rational. He linterposed no farther objeo.
tioa. Meantime, the coroner, Mr. B. B. Sanders.
Iieaeg that the jery of ilquest had not been
duly swora, proceded to Chuottcna'e ad held a
utmal inquest on Tueeday. And now a new
seenO s preseted.
Whie the coroner ad jary were performig
their duties. Cboottesua pproached and informed
them that 00 armed nearoes were advantcing at a
itie ditaace. On lookg, they saw a party of
urmd aegproes were approaching, ht they wee
ly alneteea a samber. (Choattaea had stated
the dy bsfore that Mr. Prie, this plac, bhd
seat word a wold ha there with 00 armed no
pose.) 0 sessag up ad belng.queaioaed as
to tir binesse, ty tted they ad besa mt
by Mr. Pice,to esry so "mpe'pr pperars" to
Cbe Tis. ae pers cossistd vtoletters
from Prine, whicb wre read by the coroser with
the toeseat of Obeetteas. Thee alietean e
gree oereal armed, sm f the haviso new
Eld rile. After deiverlg the "proper pa
pers" the armed mesesm departed, at he
eggesties of tle sreeer.
At the bst semla lbee was still some e-g;
' emeat aen inH the Uchardeand Chouttassa
aetnhboroeds,-bst ao mtbreek Is appreheaded.
The hit ms are gali p NraOdst but fdr lien
of rondeat, and the Manun h.e as eoaogh to
satisfy them that diseratla is the bhtter part of
Do T -.-Why in Phelal er de Mayo, the
new perfume for the handker f, like a earrend
boy. Because tis Iceot everywhere. d8ld by
xMAreazs r aw Nw Ors.au,
naramB, oa.1U, I I,
[Wa IMS-W. . L]
as. £vensd, w ,a-. t
- resiege ` hra.
hmeba 11 ABeoars Easye y,
ol d eIi a m s d lnet a f ld r
mms tmm har
i r- Aoml deme
In ferm by me do lbw.
AJm W. OVnwer.L, aeroarti.
M orarnuwr oa Ww OeLar.,
[No. 15-N. .]
Resolved, That te city treasurer be ed be li
hereby l . u .tmd t. receive c money I pay
tur of al marke M f le b te 4th
September, laSb , ae sleas the drawens of said
asaee s W yment of Am nery, seu *reo IP
e, sad prese having beam enwaran d sad (
(Bigned) TvoxAsXAarur, a
P Pred ent oar da Aldermen.
In force by virte of law.
Juam W. OrALL, Beermtey.
MNAemrr or Naw OasLIus,
City Hall, Oct. 14, 1868.
[No. IMS-6 . 8.]
above the roof the adjong badi, lad that e
the loor about the boller dbg be paved with the y
amne material, and the whole be eremted In so
cardanse with thase city ordinanes, and remain
durfing the plesre of the Common Counciro.
(Bipedr) Aroan ioratr,
Prealdent Board Aletant Aldermen.
(Signed) THOAs MAEuRa,
President Board Aldermen.
Approved Oct. 14, 1868.
(Signed) JOHN R. Co AY, Mayor. -
A true copy:
Jon w. OvtALL. Secretary.
MAYOUALYT or NMw OULtaIs,
City Eill, Oat. 14, 1868.
[No. 1069-N. 8.]
Resolved, That the contract adjudicated by the
controller to A. Conrad. for the cleaning of the p
sinks of the public bildlage of the alty of New
Orleans, to March last, for the sum of (14500)
four thousand Eve hundred dollars, be approved.
Re.sofed further, That the mayor be author.
lied to ".4r Into a notaral contract with A.
Conrad acoording to the terms of the adjpdio
(Bigned) As.rme KeuNWr,
President Board Assistant Aldermen.
(Signed) Tnosu. MAar.
President Board Alderme.
Approved Oct. 14, 1868.
(Signed) Joan B. CourW , Mayer.
A true copy:
JoHn W. O ErALL, Secretary
MAroRALTn or Naw ORLxAns, a
City Hall, Oct. 14, 1868. I
[No. 1070-N. 8.)]
ResovFed, That the mayor be and be Is hereby c
nthonrsed to enter Into contract with Jo. M.
Howell, for the exteation of Ninth Street Market,
Fourth District, in accerdance with plans and ape
oltcatle as of the iofty surveyor, and in accordance
with the a djdication made b the city ontroller
on the 22d September 1868, to said Joas. M. How
ell, for nine thousan four hundred and twenty
fve ($9,425) dollars, with P. P. W. Bobnlg asse
curity, which adjdication is hereby approved.
(Signed) ALVraD Kasary,
President Board Assistant Aldermen.
(Bigned) ThoiAs MARKur,
President Board Adrmen.
Approved Oct. 14, 1868.
(Binned) JoHnm . ConwaT, Mayor.
Strue copy :
JoaI W. OVrEALL, Geretary.
City Hall, Oct. 148. .
[No. 1071--N. 8.)
Reso,,ed, That the srveyor and be is here
by Instructed to have the sidewalks on the Front
Levee, from the Begar Refiner to the U. S. Bar.
racks laid amnew, with two rank each twelve
echesr wide and two inches thick, making a foot.
way two feet wide, provided the cost does not ex
ceed Ave hundred dollar (6500).
(Sigped) Auraml KEAtury,
President Board Assistant Aldermea.
(Signed) TaoYAs MArESr,
President Board Aldermen.
Approved Oct. 14, 188.
(Signed) Joux . CONWAY, Mayor.
A true copy :
Jonu W. OVRALL., Secretary.
MAYORALTy or New ORLsaxs,
City Hall, Oct. 14, 1868.
[No. 1072-N. 8.]
Resoloed, That pehr lasles be and hereby
granted to . W. LStekteA to erect upon the i
angular pece of grond at the anction of Lib
erty, Delord and aphreslne streets, a small port.
able engine and bor for the perpeaof gdrid
ing corn; provired, the esine ad beola be
erectd is aoordance with estine laws and o rdi
naes, sad remah i daring the pleasure of the
(sgned) AwLEaD KusAnc,?
President Board of Asstint Aldermen.
(Signed) Tovas MAnay,
President Board of Alderman.
Approved Oct. 14 1a6, .
(nigned) Joan R. ConrwAY, Mayor.
A tree copy:
Jon, W. OEUALL. Secretary.
MAYORALTY or Nir OLsane,
City Hall, Oct. I1, 1li8. f
(Nro. 1073-N. 5]
Rsohrved, Tbhat the controller be and he Is here
by nuthorised to adjdieate, aftedr is days' notice
in the offcal journal, a contract to the loweet
bidder o bderfar making the aecssary repairs
to the atalls ofi rm Markert, the workb tbe doae
in strict accordance with plans and specidoations
on filei l the oce o the cIty ervemyor.
(Signed) AL·ne KAumrr,
President Board As~listant Aldermem.
(Signed) TaoMAs MARK.?,
Preedent Board Aldermen.
Approved Oct. 14, 1'68.
(Signed) JoHa . Conwrw , Mayor.
JoA r w. OVrALL, seretary.
MAYrorALr or oNw OLLANS,
City Hall, Oot. 1I4, 186.
two. 1T --N. 8.]
Resolved, That the sarveyor be and beis hereby
lastructed to extend the 3d District nnsnnce
whrf twenty feet further oit, provided the work
does not cot over (1600) ive hundred dollars.
(Signed) ALrED ax asa ,.
President Board Assistant Aldermen.
(Signed) THOMAs MKEr.
President Board Aldermen.
Approved Oct. 14, 1568.
(Binaed) Jol R. Conwar, Mayor.
A true copy:
Joel W -. OVRALL. Seretary.
MAYOsALTY or Niw Oa lae, I
City Hal, Oct.1l, 136$.
[No. 107--N. B .]
Rep..ed, That the srveyor be and is hereby
anthoriad to have the rat of the Sorapar Mar
(Bigned) ALlauw KEAEnr
President Board Aseistast Aldermen.
(filgnsd) Towoas M amrm,
Prealdent eartd Aldermans.
Stre m t: Jon . CoNwar, Mayer.
Ateed tree or: ea ( .
[No. 1076-N. o)
athbermd srhdute and pt u, emor new H
crner of OGaies eneta and aond under
the directin of the esmaitte - Ores, as alarm
bell of an t sanban da to be hear la
the h ackpc the raoa and Third Die
trits, Wpovid that the whole e dst rhall et em
ceed v ehandre ddelig (8500.)
Preaident Emard Assistant AlderMen.
(Signed) ThoMAs Mamr,
Preslisnt Koard Aldermea.
Approved Oct. 14. 1969.
(8mgaed) Joax 3 ConwAY, syacr.
A true copy:
Joa W. OVEALL, Seretary.
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Ap ltLlwa L $ os. 10
Fraed) a ,it rao s.
(Egad) T Ksm sMasa,
(Sned) ?oueast NAu mes.
) IJom . OpaCwAr. Mayer.
3llrdt se ommieNe..4 1176.
jo.:s"ý. L. •
". he ,1aeeae the all sad ia abe Me
(!igd) ALvme, eann,
( TI d g Board Ainkstaa Alderes.b
Oct. l , 2 18" .
(Joi 3. GorwaT, Mayer.
Joap f . Owla J r, Georetay.
MaverTnas o' r n Oams.nd,i
OCiuDD l, 14. 1868, f
Breloed, T ba m 'vor be e s bo bomby
nastyth rined t have the d of athe Mags aMe
mretl repa n ke r d. e r e.
.( e ud 8 AL4, for te 1 a ae
(Oiaged) sum KLawmr.
Presldewt BodA s Aldermes.
(l1gned) inmes Maaenr,
Presrd eaud AWderma.
Appreon Oat. 1, 186.
(tigned) Jons . OCewAT, Mayor.
tru :re copor
Jo3 ,. Ovm .tL., ecsetary.
MOAToreas.r or NW O.arsis,
City B Oat. 14, 1868.
[No. 1060-N. S.]
eold, tht the a r bd he is hereby
asýthbated t r lo aenat before the oott
-otare in behalf o. the ofty, with Jobs 0lark as
oesadr Jo Bdaker es security, far the ore
pirgof the koe rbig ad of the gates ad.
ordin o spele tiyote Sqoare for the oic of ale
hundred sad .weatyfive dolsas.
(Bigned) Tio., M D ee er,
re Presd nt Board Alderwan.
(Signed) ArsrAt Ksaui',
Preelet Bord Asssat Aldermen.
Appoved OCt. It, 1868.
(signed) Joan R. COWAYr. Mayor.
Jow . nsALL, Secretary.
MaroaLrr or Nlw OaRLws,
City Hall, Oct.14, 1868.
[No. 1061-N. 8.]
Resoled, That the ctroller be and be is
eby thrised to adjudiate, after b fre days
notice in btheh ofeal jeaitl, wa contras to the
lowest bidder or bider ri for furnishng the Ity
with aifty the tead bar els of tr shells,
cording to spe cations on e in the ofte of the
drcity a d rveyodor.
(Signed) THose MARKUTr,
Pretident Board Aldermen.
(Signed) Atres?) KisAr,
President Board Assistnt Aldermen.
Approved Ot. 14, 1868.
(Siged) Joan B. CoxwaT, Mayor.
A true cops:
Jot W. Orat, Seoretary.
MaOsALTnrY or Nw OrLsaNs,s
City Ball, opt. S1, 1868.
[No. 1188-N. B.]
Reaohed, That th controller be sad he is
hereby autherised, bftoadrve days, aoter r the
noicaer in d, i adl jona, to eor lwest bidder
or bidders oeer bides for lee ineg of the paid
and uaved streets of the Seventh, Eighth sad
with tHahed boam oyer sellr, ok
specrflictions or n fSle ni the fs of iothe sIet
(Signed) THOrmY KaeItr,
Pre Prident BoBa d Aldermno.
(Signed) somas Aonlsy,
Preidet BoPrdes Astart Ald ermen.
Approved September , 1 868.
(signed) Joas . Coxwar, Mayor.
A tre copy :
Joao W. Orants., Secretary.
Co osAna OrrIaNe Over HAtS,
New Orleas, Oct. 39, 1868.
Notice i hereby given tht the cotroller will,
orblock d ro d6 of Mote, t the
at his ofae, on Friday, Odtober 1, 186i8. at nol,
6 ad judicat e to the low est bder or bidders r
above contract, f per pe ce t pons e e
nCity ball, oom No. 7, Basement Floor,e
So New Orleans, October 6, 8.
SeaFsCATIONS OI c0aTRACb s 105 CLEANING THU
reaseTr AND et AIIn G THe UN AVe D aoeraTwS
Oineo A TErM TWO TAM. e
dThe ;eau~ters shall be bound, d .ly, if e re
quired, to la ot thoroughly all the g ers
and oader all the brges, all the streets, esy.
sad levees withir the limets of their respectirs
cwar or shetren, an to remove th erefrom, by 6
o'clock A. i. from the 15th day of March, to the
15t hi oe, on Fctober, Otoad by 8 o'lok A. a. noom
the 1th day of October to the 15th day of March,
etc., that may be foundlying mi or growl in or
upo th be borders of the ama, ad o biremove all
.Ubstances of any description whatsoever whyoh
may obstract or hinderthe free pea a of the water
bridges; and they shall be purther bon daily,
if so required, in all the atreety wIthin the
Imiats of their respective ward or tection through
which water is or shall be conveyed by the Water
Works Coipany or the cIty, to cawse all the gu
ters to be thoroughly cheased an d wased before
t o'lockf, Boom the. , B da ement areto
the 1th day of October, ad b o ek. A.
from the 1th ay o O teber to the CNIth day of
Mare, in the fo lowle u nase r towitd By cne
g to be scracped by e mee of sItable boes,
or fond tho w h ic shall put l piles, atn
the sides thereof, sad emed inte after havinge
scraped lsad orleatid sid gtters, athe treetor
eshall then or q the water to be let ne t the got
tars by opeiang the Irplge, alwats sn to the
oele5t oe for ea d pieg so oge slooe am dus
nOr es to ecedout the w ter late edM gauters
win* rho mewelrs.1 ad whIlte thOe water
is thus runnig they shabl Oahs6The to he swept
or leared with brooms, ecepting ont days when
there shall be suS. ist rain-water passing through
the o ers for t he p pos the requiread.
The contractors salo be oned, wohenever or
other vegetable subetences found growing on the
sidewalks bordern snd fronting any of the pub
br uildn, or or trle paved or npaved stremets,
i ors or thee and, they shall be frthere
ton to le b s dig the areee dito es to their
original depths, ao d ket t aesoe cleasl and d.g,
shed by the city serveor; ad the dirt ooleg
from the mer where te streets are t pavede
shall be thrown upon the a ter of the street ad
rnded ad they shsll k fvrther be bondt
Lwroi thpreorer arera alnl olee·rnte,ete,
alltdw e an ve treetsm , comae, ealleys, et.,
ewithn the Dr of their respective wetrd or Oo
ties, pon their l rast ap earuae, ad shall always
streets, alleys, tey, isa a ar ve d form.
The coata e setrs shall od b buiy to eae
to e taked ad rried aw from ad ot ol althr
the ostratat, cmon ad pvate alleys, lanes,
ree, vGtablre psceser ad les eet rime the
sidewalks of the same, bty o'clok A. e ., from
the ba fday et a rebb e the hd ord Oetobetr,
aid by8 'eleed A. ., frem the 1th dby of 0o
tober to the 158h day ef Maeh, dsilyall the filth,
dirt, reba wh rid 4e, al sd vegetaMe eb.
sedces, oair aoea d t ao; d aeoam matter
vaeh , a whe may he trSewa or fesa lylgo
s eay said ermesa, sheMaks. aleys, patic
eis he rtper down tot water's edge. withen
eo ite sof thae repetive weord or estice, atd
r eteb twh ather a ere r bea ery away he.
ema la their oantreets ad Ispeits ad Iery
the same a san sah p ses sti at ee ia
eat ef the bt by mr to thereof is
sccorfance with the eminilag odisascee or ordi
sances which may hereafter be enacted. The
wrm oer oste lr me o lh* TI S -
made Into m7 Mal SatolN.e - al
fastern S 1m"Mo ao lbs pomitr e Oas
tao4 be kb mytlWbooma alm isa
uay ddmt, it or m aIma whate evrr, sJr
palty of Ey afubU rt O sl esvry ts se,
I eee er teeo
wthin the baos of a . IL o e'rd.o d
h tosele4 l aselbet te sir ss ebe. *
I ! rlm a m
of t he oembt o the a ai u eteas
landlss, mdofl Of gnd wet. aot sea
atre l be rind thWae1edaiWe e eby
ofthe oasessaeaIs Bsie sI laa other
1a1 u 4 am"m l mpl,. ~ s
do-puis br fam ate tnuiml 40sOu"
aerie to be de by dothel r tbsdeM
above stated they ia beS a t o for a
eha lýa ý o s loS tra!N p l ye ý
err , fresh nork aa dohs
at whatever oeat boe m be AM to ooorm the
nae sary mlterls and labor. The u s atm of
the es the war of the wma d ott sasosat
efte to et deduced e or lhbe mootly
=I u to be ade them; awd fortl third
t oaw be placed Is debtl, mad forfeit
k claim I y pe of the ma wob
blght dse te the maeth iso wise the
saitirnod odam may have bee. co mmlued.
To tesra tee tul prfo of this
conact, ood sad solveut srty thls aroe
tion the osmmos Coaled shae be fbri
ased b the said aotrsetos to the smomst of
oe-thlrdof hi or their coItraeot the ootwsaot
to take e 8et fRom sad after ie setMeae b thel
Commes Coe. the apieoirl of the eo s
sad tls seeelos beaore the city salary.
The streets ha be deiveored to al oostretoers
nto whatever condition they may be on the day
they bogi to work. The esstrsators shall o e. a
dltely threafter, and dartU the whole U e orf
the coutl usaoe of their st cleos sad t
mad all the usasI y rolsf s as bebreI
eapiration of their eostracl I good order, and
in default of which they shall st only forfelt the
amoust of the ta per wet. tretlad to garsate,
but alseo the whole amount of l I ecertIoaete.
It Is well uderstood th tl s of feoure by
say of the onracture to ea or orith the work,
or ay part therof he podbd Seed, or in,
case the Commas t be to d with the'
maananr a which lm work i eag eaoeted. thl
Comap Councad hrva sL tlgh to seout the o
contraot without ptta thel e iastoa is de.
fault, as reqIred by 10 of the 01,11 Code,
and without pp tea estejatle. to atnual
the ame, oand withot ladeanlty; and It I also
well maderstood that in ease any of the oqtreac
totrs shall, at any time, abandon the work or not s
talerh ad complete the me oios form lty with
their comtra, lbe salid . trt ap orll trelt
all claims he may nave for may part of the work a
done by him up to the date of has eabaInaest. h
and that the ly shall be thereb a sad
released from amny na all lilthe re: sad
It Io also well tademtope that is caw we ea
tracts be re-sold, the coatrtea5r5 m their sOouerI.
ties shall be hel sad bo, alo, py to
form the work sao d tWhe ýro at whio tIre"ay e t
adjuodicated at a neal.or adjdatleom. a
Bide to be so mch per year for the whole In
oluded in the od eet iee l lee.
Jos. Mrat y, Street Commisnsloner.
- Approved Oc 7 l7. 1, w he ooroImte on n
sreet and landings of both boards. i
GuaLon FasmLL, Chairman. h
Taos. H. BaUILDS.
Registered Oct. A. 19L8.
PAS. LASAroa, Deputy Controller. i_
. sXt T OJ xIO . Eo TUCEOT.
Itt, tmot. ua.tu r t o I wed e
asi eemson is b tat Sie trems a s we w ky
to~. d ale H. a sar-e
Ae L eA ta.M. i o. ,e mo..
3. ree d s. bth samP by tonl e uadter ea hie.
Tme. teA has IaT byTi 4Ifte wderte.
me IMAe' LEPRAado ern k e.rey asedk sT
oe , If s*er h eh t ledles. w pews. *stfesi les i e u ma
Dy " mt d. rn ea r" dsh po 5st 0 e to er I ltd
pit' ll easewar sus ~.i.t I. L a es . w et h
heah ro u re n oae tlemtsr oeer
888A5 .detLB . U US.,
ursats. No dea t. orn th. er., w ' made
b DI&osuieiU al ad latr ma ta
curreUlrater ta wilt rred a
shul scly ;. sha rau e
W u . .utne trusuiiudU ZIUSY S .LL ;
udrmnm uhaeaambsm sJle. 'V.
OIIr e IAmA *a#TI Ises A5tw.
I.e t AStd e h iai, f.ulttal tA.
__ w h l.ged.. .le.. .lare..b haMseao*
slatei - aarim oll os m
nddrsts 5? P.1 aOm omadm a.
WebeeakPM I PA5Y.
4 aew wtepaIt tob men. as s LA'YIK W"ro.
U*WA o *ftft. e brs eei Ads6a., .w iudse
Bs* he stiat) % e owt t Ogtg . drtaI
PM at rUs Irss IMer tsr oor veqwr M is
with hssMve seem s fa ws ..a !l Is d..e.
tN o SeMSW WMuam OP mpe wo -
s on m kb- h me rl ha Uis
a a )Mmle shoo m o Ob puer aas o
se s areasap" kaennm S Ib i s am-- t.
mio 0m a t p bt e t. be b pd
And esUm In faed ma td sm te nM
s u Me" autal mmsleO bo paid In Cau Is
O Poe Ushare.
AM mi mmml m t to ab paid as biaos omu per
idm P ta. of Wipalmdan ad ms mee miSthe otmi *
rand, ham b hetheaga d mo ih m ed Ie to ho mee by
he d er IMs irds las to , osed Smo pe,
sema per wa ms Wbu ieha.. pm «s.L of the par wales
of dh sho"s u ba pad, eammtlisa of reshe 5l be Y.
.ed. Sh vm e 5th aema sa pa i o
CASE CAI FTAL Or uM0,0.O9
Whlbeu vi M eMt.iRi w deplelse Susato eM, id uarty a.W
iLthueY!a ip mhed by preams sempesty.
Who pease..& tuberh Omameae atf thuemidy hae hest
anmaLmiu L Se ft hu meeqsip, am as -H sermd
roer Pla a ost dsAl pm yea, s a hundred per
se. w tobsei auld of St haLetims thw peum n eapu l
Shto am wasedadegd r eomiemau pmr ad.so
ompsil Im bas.oerm ared ighte sew sed by eo
area t tO. t"o eos"m ae uper, e Sum ear
every o8 -s.d ml sAo ai5 bb Uh iltd asLe. The
psalt aet Slb Ompay olDs. tenm tht of aIy ua se
erm be trh ormd lw s ee uef tu gsw wep to
The Sscthhld.es dt thi Os ampy maoo Ie sold st a
traofamr to may other Company. The s of Omerss as.
drm whih tis toempo y hse bees ugan ied prohibit mrup
aolsr dru1 as e t s pread,
CALLS-ROW TO BE MADE.
Omapr k a l em wilahal t egured a wseurwihin5l
s |d meqmaot aib. ao 1 mweal es perm p" m thu ab,
elhe h mese by wthe 3usd 1 Dirtor., rew Mime t ti me, er
mhap . -eusa to a. flt to eLeidi t eMddU.ip the
Itlu; hat se al. w'i h made after tu ee per cent. I. paid
aw lS .t.huue CapIJ.l Ma sh bar* hbue subarthed.
etmal CawittW eqaed..
Thu Cuepeus emidensty eloeve that thbir.0v pm uset.
.1 the CapItal Ioid ll aeumtrect aiD fully equip
TWENTY 'FIVE TOlUSDANID ILEO 0) WIRE.
Spla es Ito be Unied ISaeu. Tbis pIntl re epoa th
Thu MAOIW .A m.GoRAP 00PART Se oerwaised
*der zthe thee st th eu ote York. ad sm blhs ma
hermed by un amid Ofeuemesd 8pproved Jaly 1. IS
y Pvoges-GOBO . oMrTER, or Oelaad.. Oh.a
tbuPresUdt-3C95BT RQVLIE. of New Tart Sity.
Alemtary-OLO3GU 5. WALrL... of Mew TorhUlty.
Ale t he QCepihl Stuc at hik Compny Sto
alsled S sue Swemsy. t d th.ese absasms perteaasy, m.
lbsepar. M b th ed ae equal 6 3rlb. is
Emiei 3isytaer he thu 35mt of Aus Nlt m miLeppi,
Ti see ml Leshlems.
At thea Oc or f t. Dea A Co.,
70 Cantl stret
Pats inbemibthg to thu Stoch wCil aumealsat thu a
by letter to th Aeutdes Otreior. DAZIRLZDVAssA
thocity, t the dm0 of gabearibnbg.