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TR ROYAL AND THE RADICAL OLIGARCHB.
The recognition of the provisional govern- .
ment of Spain by the great powers of Europe,
is a thing that would have been altogether be I
yond the range of rational anticipation half a
century ago. A profound revolution has been
going on during that period in the policy of
the leading European governments respecting
nationalities and dynasties, local institutions i
and social peculiarities. Europe is no longer
a centralized but heterogeneous sort of soli.
darity, subject to the irresponsible and arbi
trary, the capricious and spasmodic rule of an
oligarchy of crowned heads. Had the epoch I
of the Holy Alliance continued, the Spanish c
revQlation, now an acknowledged success,
would ihave been ere this crushed out by an a
arumed foreign intervention, and the lule of D
the fugitive queen imposed upon an unwill- le
ing perple, with the characteristic infatuations f'
and faults of the Bourbon character intensi
led rather than moderated. The Napoleonic
theory that Europe is a republic of nationali
ties which can only keep united and at peace q
by mutually recognizing their natural diversi- u
ties, as well as their natural similarities, has
been steadily vindicating itself in the Old a
World as a philosophical conception. And we b
mnght add that the antagonistic theory on a
which the Holy Alliance rested, has been con- St
signed, along with other exploded fallacies,
to the tomb of a dead era, there to w
sleep forever, did we not see the identi
cal theory, under different forms, revived in s
the pertinacious and desperate attempt 'I
which has been made within the past
four 3ears, to consolidate the differing ct
ections, States, and populations of the
Unittd States, and to reduce them by a pro
crustean policy to absolute uniformity, under b
the dominion of a partisan faction resolved
into a central oligarchy. The pretense of a
Sdivin., right" to which the Holy Allianoe
appealt d for sanction, the men who are en- of
deavoring to put this continent under the 2
heels of a still more horrid despotism, also
set up, by a different name, as superior to
eonstitutional, natural and all other rights.
Their political expedients and reconstructive
processes are also strikingly similar to those
in vogue with the old oligarchy of crowned
heads, who scoffed at national instincts and th
popular aspirations in Italy, Hungary, (;Ger- i
many, France, Spain and other countiies, and
murt rd peace, as a moral tafct, and oran i
ized nusrery, buth as a ph3xical and morel
fact, throughout Europe. The method of if
those royal ohgarchs for making all the Euro- T
Peai Stateswear tht ir livrry wa- to detil for
the local government a branch of one of the to
so-called 'legitimate" d nasties, to be sup
ported whemever threatened with local revolu- p
tion by the bayonets of a foreign soldiery. :
The Radical uurlpers in the I hited States
have colied this llLn with an exag.er- h
tng tidlity. The intruiiiv,' and obnoxious
princes of the lIourbon and Hapsburg r
stock, are iiutatetrt, with an aggrav.
tion of everry dious feature, in th
carpet-bag aduinisutrartiounu which have a
been foist d upon the o-lcalled rtconstructed
States ; "loyalty" taktes the placeof "legiti- th
macy," and the Feieral army is expected,
when called on, to enforce the authority of
theLseloeal despotisms with a disciplined fe- re
rocit~ even surpassing that exhibited in a like ir
service by the nilitary minions of the Holy w
Btt the whole system is equally annatural be
and abhorrent. it is a hideous anachronism. B
At war with the natural conditions of peacee
and harmony; at war with the laws of social
evolution; at war with facts of climate and
geography ; at war with inexorable decrees of I
science, it must ultimately meet the fate of its bu
European prototype, and passu away, amid the tu
derision of men, and stamped with the scorn it
of hitory, to be remembered as the latmt P
and most infamous of detected and badled At
conspracies against liberty and oivilization.
The various civilized populations of this oon- fo
tiaet may be held together as a republic of
o-equal commniu, litad for the proper
good of each, and fi the welfare and glory
of the whols Bt by the monstrous contri
vances of tyranny mployed by the Unhdly
Allisace which hes been dssribed, they can I
be held together, in peace and properaity- s
S, ADDRESS OF COL. BURWVELL.
There was a large meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce in their ball last evening. Itr priaei
pal object was to bear the report of Col. Wm. Y.
Urwel, who seaotime since was delegated by
the ebamber to proceed to vsrlem Nerthers and
SWestern ohies, mere to diseover the probabilities
of the tlaeg of the grain trade to this city and
to point eat t the several bords of trade of the
vuare s cities the excellenales of the golf route
and the Icilitae we are willlg to give to
the treie I, or rather when, we get it. In
he the dismharge of this mimson Colonel
iB- rwell has spoken before the trade
boards of St. Loots and Chicago, has cou
s vorsed with the leedig men of bo those com
marcial centers, bas examined their method of
doing balsas, and ts adaptability to our city, has
gi ento the people of those towns Information as
to the trade iaelllues of New Orleans, her cli
niate, her atmosphere, in its effect upon both grain
and human health ; the amount of enterprise her
people exhibit-in short everything that would
interest men who for the first time have hoard of a
strange coastry, whereia they may shortly make
a venture. He has collected, too, a vast amount
of information, both statistical and otherwise, and
now comes back to the city which sent him, to
report the result of his mission. The regular bus.
iess of the chamber beming cooluded, Col. Bur
well wse called upon for his report, which was
batassalaily as follows :
Be recounted briefy the memage with which
Shbe had been charged to the great Western oities,
8t. Lam nod Chicao. to whibch he had bees sent,
w. hich was the expression to them of the desire
of New Orleans to be linked yet closer with them
in these beds, whieh ly are enduring-the
bonad of trade-the demoestrattoa to them of
the ptwet whlch will aerve to themselves by the
use of the gulf route, for both exportation and
Importatice, and the proving to them that we are
in earnest in our desire for their trade by the ex.
hlbition to them of the reduced rates of charges
recently adopted by the maeroheata of New Or.
leans. Be said he had been cordially received
wherever he delivered his message, had found
the people anxious to hear him, willing to give
all luformation, and glad to learn everything he
tell could them about what we expect and wish.
He had, wherever he had gone, bat especially in
Chcaogo-which city, and her wonderful rise and
progrets, Colonel Burwell highly eulogized-tried
to demrastrae to the people two great points,
which proved, as he proved them, conciusively
that the grain trade must come here. But
still he said, although to him these arguments
seemed so conclusive, he put them very modestly
to the great capitalists and men of business with
whom he had come in contact, merely stating
faces, leaving themselves to make thededuoctiens.
Those two points are briefly these:
F rt -By way of New Orleans and the gulf,
and by no other route can Chicago get her grain
to market from November to April. Daring tat i
time the canals and lakes are closed by she ice,
aad the railroads, taking advantage of the blook
ads as soon as the frost commences, put their
freights up. This ia done in such proportion that
the freight on a barrel of flour which, is sumaer,
is transported for uic.. in winter comes to $1 sou.
Besides tb s increased cost of f.e ght, the rail
roads are not adequate at any price to carry all,
or a tithe, of the grain of Chicago. Mr. Burwel I
showed that the exportation of corn in the winter
months did not average over a third of a million
of bushels per month, while in the summer months
It rose to four millions of bushels. Now the
'wheat crop eimes in in August, and therefore a
portion of it map be shipped East before the 15th a
November, when the freeze comes. But corn is
not harvested till October, and therefore but a
small portion of it can be sent East-before the e
freeze, the balance, except that insignificant part
which can be sent by rall, remaining idle all winter c
in the bins of (h;cago. Storage most be paid on
this grain interest must be lost on the money d
which it represents, insurance must be paid and
shove all the owners must sit still and twirl their p
thumbs, while pri,'es may go up and go down and
their grain not w t in reaca of a n ark t, and rot t
likely to get to one fur three or tour mouths.
('hicsgo cannot afford this loss of time and mone, I
this idleness of labor and of capital. She e t
wants some immediate outlet to the ten
million bushels of grain which in November are
placed in her bins, there to remain till Aprii,
utterly useless and a dead weight. And this uot.
let we offer. If, when the lakes and rivers of the Q,
far North freeze, the merchants of the Northern
metropolls. instead of hoarding their grain till
spring, making meanwhile small bits of shipmnente
by rall, should at once change the coarse of thoe r
grain, send It by the shortest rail route to the
grest MWlssippi, of some of its trihu
tories, thence by barge to New Orleans,
and thence by steam or sail in bulk to
the markets of the East and Europe, they would
employ their capital, they would yet control the
market, they would transform their four mouiths'
business lethargy into four months of a. tivity as
great, it not greater than that of the balance of d
the year. Col. Burwell also told how he demon
strated to those men their advantages in ontain.
ing their tropical and European groceries direit -
through New Orleans, over the present route,
which Is via hew York. He showed in the one
item of a hogshead of sugar, which pays $21
fre:ght fri m Havana to Chicago, via New Yore,
which can be transported, and is transported for
$ll via New Orleans. n this poiot col. Bur
we l dwr at length, and clearly demonstrated it,
Tie second item which Col. Burweil had dis
cussed with the men of Chicago was the refurte I
tion of the idea that grain could not he trans
pa rted through the gulf stream without serious
and permanent injury. This was a very prevalent
belief two years ago amongst men of all classes,
bhut later inovestigations and inquiries had demon
strated its fallacy. and now the speaker had the
opinion of the best and most practical Western
men, such as Mr. Ioualass, president of the II.
lsmos ('entral iailroad, and Mr. Higby. recently
of Milwaukee. now of nor city. proprietor of the
5200,000 elevator in Jefferson City. that this route
is lully as safe as any other. So that objection
may be consdered disposed of.
C'ol. Burwell next showed that althong Ri,. ,
i ets a nd Chicago may contend for Northern and
Eastern trade, yet their Southern exportatioas
untt both come through New Orleans
Col. Borwell then took up the obstacles in the
way if the grein trade. They are in the first
I la'e nairal the bar at the mouth of the river-- m
the tars nbuve and the rapids. To remove the de
is the wcrkl of the centralgovernment. The next
are trade barriers. Of these the sveater ennm'r.
uted, fltt: The enormous wharfage dues now d
mat ded all along the river from here to St. l.,ui.
wr ii atscualy amonnt in the segregate to over
$3r0 f r one ronod trip. Siecond: The high ra'es
,f innurci ce-sa thin to be remedied in time. i
Third; the cunbrirs manner of crdu'ring b iti
ten in our Cuitorn lluse. Furth: High freight. It
A bI-e ,f ilt, n can now be carried from here ba
to New York by rail for the same pries, barring a
s!'Ptt ad itonal icsrrance, Uas it Can be traspuor
ted coastwiise. Fifih: the lack of proper rect
procity trestires with the countries south of us. mi
-ixbh: The lack of government encouragement, m
sri h ss is now givern to Newr York by mail pay O
anui di ecot suolnvn ion of money, and which e
h re sei cqnal right to dimand. Tooverconm
It or o.tstt les t is what our own hPst interests
I, , ard f Is. and in the work we will finl a rich '
As, xt can e a discunssion of the fact that freicht
I ct, e he br ught frolm gt FrHanciec,) to t. Louis r
cherter via the isthmus and New Orleans, than it
s an by overlaid rail.
The ijeaker then proceeded to tell of Inmigra
'in. tpasct td to cue,e. through th;s port. At
this poiot his other duties called our reporter away,
so Ce is unab3le to report the balance of thie lec
Store, which. however, was then draw.rg to an en i.
Before closing we would suggest that a public
report. of which due notice should be given,
trim Col. Bmrwell would be an extremely inter
esrlng event to the citizens of New Orleans.
With the stores of information which he has
gathered, and his recent interviews with the men
bho now control the trade which we wlih to
bring to our own town, a public ieutore from Col. W
Burwell would he a matter of public interest and
tmportace. We respectfully urge st upon the 5r
CLmber of Commerce.
Be sure and take your rcgistration paper sI
with you to the polls. It would be anything c
but pleasant, after waiting an hour for your M
turn to vote, to find that you had been wait
ing only to return home for the certificate. is
Put it in your pocket when you read this.
Attend to it at once.
Every Democratic vote at to-day is a vote i
for liberty and law; for a release from Con
gcasiomal despotism and a return to the eye.
teen of local selfgovermameat-the only sys.
tem oznvetible with true republican and a
fhmr mt machinek at 1820aml s·eat. a. ..
ehiuewaruraC ive years. BeR mer. tacker, ma
brader and qunt given with each muahlie. ied
L OFFICE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
Flair WAS., New Orleamns, Oct.0. 186, )
h. Pea will be opmal as TUIDAYT, No saber $ at the
following places is the Fast Ward:
oos* WSe6-gn w lPeeSet.
Pam Eo. l-ngl Bu House N. 12, Tehseepteles nst-A
to C ield.s Caminleasslse: J. J. Beown, I. I. Ments.,
by Theodore Marks. Clarks: Edi a M ise, John H. We
Poll No. t-Esnie Hose te.1, Haster sreut--I to N in
d clusive Commssioners: J. H. Beary. J. Lincoln, eanoe
S Marks. Clerks. ermanes Woodwerth, Ed. Planegea.
S Poll N. 3-Corme of Race end Cosasacs asreset-O to Z
to inaclusive. Commissioner: 0. b. Fiskh, Henry Renshaw. Jr..
I Bemy Helpp. Llek: leasemise.
e Preneteeg No. R.
PoFll No. 1-Engine Honse No. 30, Thalia street-A to G in
clusvt. enmmlrioners J. N. eariquez, It Leon Dnpelre,
SCbas. N. Moors Clerk: Mclamsars.
S Poll MNo. 2-Corner St. ( hartese and Euterpe-l to N Inch.
aiva. Commissioners John lStamps, By. Bartel, P B. SBell
C- arks: Thos. L. Porter. J. . Perris.
1 Poll No. 3-t.L Charles, betwen Polymale and Felicity
Or 0 to Z lac'uastr. Commlsleners: Henry ogs, Wdilliam
id McDoeld, Pally Eoudes. Cletrks: Emile Weishaor, H. M.
the polls will be eSpeed at seven (7) o'cleck in the morning,
and remain open till six (6) o'c'ock in the evening.
i In acordence with the amthority given to egistranrs by
section 17 of an act entitled "An Act Belative to Elections
*. in the Sltate of Louidlana," approved October 19, 1868, "all
r. drinking naloons, dram shops, proggeries, or places where
liquor is sold by the gla,. or bottle, situated within a radious
of two nmiles of any polls or places of eleetie," are herseby
ordered to closeso the day of elsetlbo; and said Supervisors
or Commlmomen shall have the power to eal on the .hdeif,
constable or police officer to elnforce this mgulaton.
If suchk hsriff, cononable or police ofior shall refuhe to
S obey any order lisued ander the authority of thls section, the
S Commlesulmr or Supr.isor giving the order shall hai.e
Spewwr, seum rOy. to ast5 [ att lap.m. sach sheri3, con.
e stab e or police owle, orb lmprlsmmeat net to extend be.
Syond the hour of closeing the polls.
e And sasb sheriff, eonstable or police edfcer shall be deemed
gilty of a misdemenor in effice, and upon coont, [on there
Sof hall be punished b: Imprisonment for a len not to e., eed
. six months ner less baa torte mesNt, and by a 8ns e non
t more than fle handred dolles ($860) aer less than one ball
S drud dollan ($100i6)
G. P. HOUGHTON.
ebslrnestrn Srperrlwsr,. Plant Ward
Ortics BOaRe D it Or r8oi iorao,.
Second Ward. New Orlean, Oct. 30, 176l.
SPolls will he opened on TUESDAY, November 3, at the
l toll]wing places in the Second Ward
Poll No. I, A to G Inclusive, No. 6 Poeyrrestreet, between
Taheopitoiles and Annuasciation. Commistoiners-.oein
Connell. Daniel Bealey, James trattain. Claras-James D.
Ilsser, Robnt ecLae.
Ploll Mo. 2, H tom ielusii, No. 170 Tchoapitoulas treet,
between Jnlla ard iL Jo-eph. Commislidaers-.Joseph lo.. -
ard, Edward Adolph, John McLar. Clerks-T. J. Curt, R.
SPoll No. , O to Z incls, e, Engine Sonse No. 6, -t Ja
Ssepb street, corner Comnmerce. Commissioer.--A. A. dtne,
W. S. Sysa, Wallen Porter. Ilerks-Jeieph Bonrdenooff,
l.ewis J. Searer.
Poll to 1. A to E inritesv Locust street, ce"rrer Delord.
I Commissioners-H. T. Burnham, James Alexander, W. J.1.
Moore. Cierks-L F. Fisher, EliaChieo.m. C
1 Poll No. 2. F toJ inclusive, Franklin street, coiner T!t!is.
SCommiisslonere-Oeorgfe W. Bevane, W. T. Stocker, George
SD. Geddes. 'olerks-T. R. Stocaer, E. H. C. Colton. i
Poll N. 3, KLe N inclusive, Barouae soteet, corner SL .Jo
I seph. Comnmisiouer--J. M. Lewenistei, Joerdan fole.,
I Louis A. Metits. &'lethk-E lSewell, R. McCaslthy. A
SPell N. 6, 0 to S Inclusive, Engine Ilose.lK, Oal.iope
I street, betweem St. Charles and Carurdeioe Coommasi, .ners- C
E. G. Murray, B. ltlford, 8. W. Thempsoa. Clerks-.
Charles Wearer, A. II. Chisholm.
Poll e. 5, T to Z inclusive, No. 218 Julia, betwesen Caron
delet anld Baromne. Commiinsioners-J. N. Henriquesl. A. L i
I'latt$iier, L C. Wsteasrlod. C.eirka-James eilary, A. D
The Polls will to opened at seien () o'clock In themorniug, n
and remain open till six ,6t o clotk in the evenig. B
In sccoridance with le autllhority given to Re.gistrars hI
ection 17 of an seact entitled'l 'An act relative to Election, In ar
the State of Loulsian.' approved October 19, 1;8.3 All no
drmow ig saleons, drom shops, croggeries, or places 'uere
llqurr is sold by the pler, or bottle. situated withi a radius or
ofel twon mniles of any tolls .,f placeso of election," are hereby St
ordered to .lose on the day of election. And maid Superv,-or
or I ommiseloners shall have the power to call Oa an; sherirt
constable or plice otr, er to enfore this reguiatioun.
If such sherill, constable or police ortticer shall refuse to
obey any .irder iesued under ithe authority of thi. ect'ioi. the
Commissioner .r bl.pervitor giving the erder shall have
power summarily to arrest and imprison suco sheriff, con.
I stable or police offleer. nsuch imprisonment not to extud be-.
ycnd the hour of closing the polls.
And inch shee ., constable or police 'oear stall be deemed
gn ty of a midetne.rnor in ffice, and upon convicrtion it re.
of bhall be nna:she' Lty imprisonment for a termn, not t, e
coed si : ,nthb nor leos than three timonths, and by a fid e t
n ,re thun lice enudred doLars ($5iA nor less thbu one u A
dred dollars lihl. ETH. W. LW ,
BETH. W. LEWIS,
it" r ,n Baird Siperl-or.. Be, ned Ws.
OFFICE BOARD SlIU'ERVISORS,
Tmtan Wa ,sr Ft'rl, Piow Oir.o -u', Oct :i, 1i.v _
Polls o:1 ie openied on TUESDAY, Nov. t, 1=68, in :.e
Third Wald Frolt at the follwing places, lo wit.
P'.ll No. I, Engine Houre Mlsseelppi Wo. 7. corner an, .c
and :'hbonpttonle strete--From A to K--C'imtnissiuooero:
N W.Travis, F. P. Walsh, J. K StillweiL clerk. T. A. no
Mer" ,r, Mareallas Lars.
Poll No 2. Lafaiyette ftree.t isrner Catmp--vfoi. L to /- li
Cmminiulioneri 1:t, R. Miller Daniel Niei:Orl, ', 7. La...,
rop. 'lerks John F. Miller, Suolonia Iraiso
Poll N, ' No. li Peronne otreet, near Poolre. -rent -
From"' A Ii-Coi:,m:'.dneres Lorenzo. Hodson, Claret er
Hilmei , J'.tn basey. C:erks: Edi:.rd Sew.1l, I. iV e
Poii' 2., + Il ll C'arnd.lOe ore"riFro. II tN ci "
mndsoone.: Alz'oonder M,'Kre ii. W. Roto-., I. G. Yeo:er.
t'lere'. .J Iealy. Th'boi Ro0.
Pol. No :., No 113 St ''harles street-FroP• 0 to 7 -fi,,, '
miialontrs John F. Breelner J. E 'ephbns, liamrrl Wr
den. Cltrks ltobe-t Holhes. Jnmeo War:,."
T'epol: will be ,,pened at 'emsn 71 o'clowk In the ,oreng.
and remain open t I sir. i: oock i lbhe evenho.
In scrordaces' oil, the authority glven ti Begotrare by sor'
tion 17 . an as' enlttled "Ar, act relative to Itlectauns in tie
atr a i Li .:oin0, " aiproiedOito'lnr 1:., llid, "a, drink:o0 ho
iatnous, dram uhop grO ., riie, or liscer where l, u.r . -oldi
hi tr eo arin r to.t. *iini.tid in tiLe radirs if two i.e- ,i
at. 'i . sr la< i'.. 'ecti r are o,'rdereil '",.,e t:.o do' -
of e'e-t 0. AnI ri e,.,er ' .r- r i r('.o ', s, 'i::rri' -'
have xhe ;+ er t,(c+ et; +n he., '. t e-:+,, ,r p a sm e , r
to n orce this regii'etion,
If seh ahertff constsab'e or, ",lice offier ihatl refu t- oii.y
any order iarsid uander the autirlyit o. LLis ection, theat o:u
misaolaer or Buperls .r irviag theorder shall have power Saea
manly to arrest and Imprior 0 h o sher.if. eostab 0 ro police t
oicer, such ihsprlsonmenit nt to extend beyond the hli, ot
iiorii' the pills.
And iuch tslier'!"., :,stabo or po'ic ,i 'ter ii ii 'e derime.
l.-i ty of a mhmden:ear,*r in o,.,, and n; vr, ,, ,ti n there,
b's, be puinlsed b Iy pr'-"rnment to-, or-i no, . Pc e
rrxhmonth, orlr, h i oth e 'thr mon',y, ano' l ane
nOlr i thn fine h ,, " .iri yiri, no'r lers than 'o,'
drod ,oilar, $110.'.
J. A. NO!!L.[.. .t
('1,ram in It,. . eo't,.'
ir'l l'ii' .riOn Newo): ....
IOf ' icfs BSi or iO r: C cI r,
T'ii n Wionsear io
New forlenns,sjct: .i 186.
Polle will be opene4 on t'RSDAr, Movember ", I- are
the Thhid Ward oear' at the following hoeSS, it on
Poll Io. l.A and B. Ercn oll..us No 14. P ,'o a
street. Commimitnera-- P. Iianch-ard, Le wa M. Br:o', . st
W. A. Boron. he,
Poll No 2. C snd D. Br. t'lI Graier aleret, tenwr,: L:'.
erty and lioward. r'otium oiser=s-0. Camp,?. TJ aoarsonl. C
P. W. Dnabar.
Poll lin 3, E. ' and ', No. 141:, Perdido street. Commir sO'
sloert--Bejanimn rlcLearn. Juhl M,"ormo'kh M.NR Burne.
Poll No., , I, J and Ii No Claiborne street, near
Common. Cemmirerainrs-. N. Jotnou. John Modgi ig, Ih e
Aliexander Dewsn. la
Poll No. , L. M and Mts. eorner of Peroido and B..,in sol
soreets 4' aommiesioners-Thomarss Lynne, Jhn. c ~ laid, ml
James Laoosn. ors
Poll NB. 6s. , l p. Q and ],Natinalettll.P~voras .05
strest. Commlssioner--P t. ngest, G 'rntegsannhen, Jr., nit
P. M Williams.
Fall Mli 7, and T. corner lalti sad Gaeod streeta. Com- os
mhlsionen-W. IL Wright, Johar Cotton. Jiseph A (aI' Ce
Poll So. 8-C. T. Wr X. V and Z-Corner Haward and pci
laketis oreets. Com msrlesear: Aleu. McKse, J. M. me
Wet, J. J. Esekett. ye
ITh polls will be epened at sewn (ll elock is the morning,
and remain opea till six/it *eledak in the evenmig. p
he seeodmes wilk the alkUerlay givein t, egis1tars by aks
sest 17 osam set esaitlet '"An Act rMlvetvo Mleaseim li ta
heli sile ," eagowed Os. 19, 18M, ,A, drink, im
leg esainn ds shop.. ogregged, or ples where lireer is dre
seid y the tliss e heslets, iaMsed willkl a nroem f twe
mss of say sila or llaces si '." ens hereb erdnd to
r~es on Ikedae f lectios. And said Supervise,, or Coin.
• ere J5 ha&tIedwllas!ly -, ceI'
at fch gri. a stller m shets eruem t
Alr emy wee leads moder me orthi seets o the
1Commissioner or tlerstor givring the order shall have
peweeammestey dn4e" an imphete =& sdor e*an
blesr polite efSer, snob lmprisoameainet to extead beyond
the thehcaorof th epetls.
And sech sheriff. eonetable or pekis cheer shell be damred
salty ad a mesiemmsr Ia ese, san eau seavkiles thereof F
shall be pertished by ltarioaet to a term not to exceed
-A ix mmthb nor lee then three meots, sead by a fiTM of not L
es, mre theus ve hbundred dolles,, ($8U3,) mer les the as hea bn.
re- died dollam ale )
JAMES NEWTON, a
. Chairman Beand .upervlears Thud Ward (Rme.)
Pourth Wad, New Orleins, tOt. 10. 13.
i- Po0 will be need an TUESDAY, lov. 3, in the follow.
tIg place! In the PeFoth Ward: 0o
i Poll No. 1, at 125 xebhange Alley, A to K, Iaclusivel 'om.
missioer-h-enry He'dehabal. D. Waters, J. A. Tul'y. U
Poll No. 2, at agle Wire Co. 1o. . D p De inp e tree., L to
M Z, Inclusive. Commissionari-.-. Panser, T. W. hall, Johb A
g, Poll No. 1, lErnfe Hese, Pe'iee Hook and Ladder ('om
pany, corner (Coanti and BDein eteets. A to G, Inclusive. Com-.
by mlssioen-P. \ tace, nt, John Slemnter, Charles hark. te
us Poll No. 2, schoolhouse, corner ohiese and Bleonvlle oin
all streets, H to K. Inclusive. Commltse.Wm. Pritchard, es
we Denuals Croansn, Jr., T. L.. hewer.
us fPol No. 3, corner Clashorne and Conti streets, LI to N, in- to
by clusrive. Comminsionles.-Jasi. Burke, John Cunningham, B. It
, roll No. 4, 67 Cl ' ine street, between Conti and Bienville
streets, O to Z, incl vs. Comminaloer-J-. A. Shlly, GeO. el
to . Harrison, F. A. t ctultt. C
he ie polls will be opled at seven () o'clock In the morn. n
%S ing, and remala a pee till six ;6) o'clock in the eveaing. ps
n In acecrdance with the athorisy givesa to Registrars by ho
. sectlie 17 of an S.t enttied "An act relative to Elections ln
the State of Loulsis.a," approved October 19, 1Ore, "All V
ad drinling saloons, dram shops, greggertee, or places where sh
. liqoor is sold hy the glas cr bottle, situated within a radius sti
ad of two miles of as 3 polls or places of election,"are hereby m
't ordered to close a the dayof eleetion. And said Super- dr
o vi orr so Ccmmbsalon rs shall have the power to call on any
sheriff, ecnstab:e or police oleer to enforce this regalation.
If such hberfl, ennstalohe or polie ecer shall refue to
obey any order losed under the authority of thes setlsa, the
('on missloner or Supervisor giving the order shall have
power summarily to alt asa imprison esuch sherf,
eronltable, or police ofer, mch imprisonment not to extend
beoind the hour of clonsig the poles.
And such sheriff, constable or pollee offier shall be deemed
guilty of a mildemesor In ,Me, mand upon eonvtctlen there
e of sball be punslhed by Imprisonmeant for a term not toexeeod Ni
els mothsa sow les than three months, and by a ine of not
more than ive hundred dollas ($11500)8 nor less than one hun
dred dollar (Sli,)
n M. H. HANNON, a
° Chalrmae Board Nnrerviaoro o
Oretc Bo.nD Ntrtaotoe,
Fifth Ward. New Orleans, Oret. I. t. N T
Poll will be opened TUESDAY. Nov. 3. 1968, in the Fifth mt
Ward, at the failowing places' Br,
Poll I-A to E ilocluslve, Street Commissioner's Office, St. Ad:
Peter street, near tbartres. Commlssioner--P. Beavenue, n
(. G. Constant, Charles L Wilelos. t
Poll 2-F to I sInclusive, corner Orleans sad Burgundy W
streets. Commisionera.-Wm. Duake, A. Camps, HI. La.
Poll 3-L to P inlehsive. Toulouse, between Burgundy and It
Dauphine stlreet. Commissiners-A. T. Belover, N. tinndoa, '
A Maqtnes. lst
Pull 4-Q to Z Inclusvtro. corner Toulounse and Rau:psrt. dr u
Ccmmlssi,,.ers-A. Bemulard,J. M. Laclere, Z Nogues. 111
Eleventh Pseelaeg. s
Pr,: 1-A to E incluosive, Basin, between Toulouse and or (
St. L..uis. Conuuissuonerae-Joeph Jolly, Ernest Cheese, E. co
Poll 2-F to K incioluh e, Engine Houtse of No. 10, Du'aisuse, y
near St. Claude. Comumissoaers-J. B. Casta.'oola, Adrimen mis
Bacon C. Labhe. sam
Poll 3-L to P inclool e, St Phill ip street eweoMn T'ime
an.: Marais stroets. Commissloner--L U. Th.land, L Pier- ho
nats, A. Bohey. A
Pdl t-Q to Z inclnesve, Eginet I .uose No 21, Claiborne gull
at ISt. Peter .tnre.!. Cmmissoner. -Extle Wilt, F. N. the
Strlh or, Sr , Carlisle Dupre. xce
L. D. LARRIEJ. ofn
('.-" +n Snprtorvr of Rrcit-ntlon d:!, !'1 ) I
iFFICE BOARD SUPERVIl1RR4, I
Sixth Ward, New Orleans, Octuober ;i, liS I
I'ois .1 Wer opened on TUESDAY. November '3, I(, o
the lx;t Ward. : the oiloiing flaces: o
I'll N.. 1, St. Phihp street, between H-,r ch., ,, an Ry.,- P
A t. G ri .usnve-CoCciscuers. . Il t.,l,el, C. W, .ash, N. sire
D. 1ravu.d. Cha
Poll No 2. llorpital treet, between Dotphin and B.onbon- W.
1I to N in 2utIoe-t. mmissiorerr. W. W. McCullough, C. N.
Poll No . corner .f Rarpart and rrsutines streets-O to Z
inclusive-Cor:t.-,..ouere T. Danphine, J. l'relos. Ed
Thirtieath Prectact. H
Poll No. 1i ,'oroner of et. Claude and F]planade strcee--A iLa
I to G iuclutssve-Cosuio ner,. M.J. Robhelstaon, II. Libel.
Pil No. 2. corner of Bayo" Road and Claiborne street-II
:oN nclnstve-t omn.i-, oners A. Pignatl. V. Gro.Jeoan. A
Poll N:o 3, Engne Houew of No. 3, Bavnu load-) to Go. (
:,ccluove- Constuaulsonera. C. Dupr.', K. D. Terrebonne
The poils will be opented at srven tI o'clock in the morning, 1o
asd re. .sa open till siz *ti u dluck in the evening. Gs
In arerdancd owth the ntutloruty given to Registrar. by se- Ps
lion 17 of at: set entitled 'An act relative to elections its the atre
utate If Lourslana." spproved October 19. li. "oil drink. ul
ing salo.ons, drat sbrps, groggeries, or pllac whero liquor Loi
is sold by the gl s or httle, stuasted witul,: a rvault of two
niltes ,. s y pllis or places of e.e'soon," are hereqy 'irdoeree nd
* .cc'on tithe day of sleatln. And omid Supervitsrs or
Commimsinoeri shall have the power so call nn any sheritfthef,
conrtuble .r police olicer to oulorre tits retulaslot.
it oiuil, -herstf, contabTeor police olhcor hall refute to drin
oiey siy order asstud unider the authority of thie section, tue que
(',mmis.ioner or huperviour giving the order shall have nub
power sumnarily to arto t and imppritn o,:ch sberiff ron. mis
stable or pource tfiter, such ibprl5skment not to extend beh
yind bhe t .or of cl.'.lttte pollo. orp
Ani tcl, -herru. contrabie or polie -sf'or shall he deemed
gu:ity c" a iueemesnor in nimeand upon oonvicii.n thorer t
shall be rotiohed by iaprisiment for a term not to niss
sed s:x tith nor les than three morths, and by a tinu a
of lutu .,re thl oito liudred d llars (sl.. i,.or ie-. tl,so.s of
haut'rd dollars :$1Sw) dis
ALf'IDE LEWI At
SllraiP .ttil.,OSSiprr..- ',oi01 h W ,-'. gil
01-ICE F PERVIFORS REqISTR 4TTItN.
oerith Ward, New lOrls.ns, lct. ST. 103t.
PIl ,rnil] be opened on Tl'EaDAY, Novomber 3, lI, in
the Evemh Ward, at the following places:
Po 1 Nr, 1. \ to 7. Fr!. tno Hou;e No. 9, crner ,, l'rench
,,n and Viet ry sire,.,, C ,mr,,Jsi,,ners- F'. 11. ('or,t,
.', ti E ( ',: a , . ,'. ('*,',eroa
Flfteesth Preetaiet. o
P No, I. A to D, corner of Eliynas Ields and (Ireatrnt
.treetn. t',,mmieasoners EU.bue Marne, F. Asi,, 12 VN;.
l, :,, 2. E t . ' Frerchmi ttree;. I'oionmali,.ner,,
T Thieersiuann. Jlit. hr' cr. J. P, iumault tre
t'.ll , 3. I o K, H r, er of Eup.nade oanl Love streto.
rn ar t : tr- H i~l ]no ,,rra.ut, F. sambert, Ch. aues.
Pill No. , L. 1. .e No. 33 St Bernardtrelet. Commis- a
siodnre" Uer. r labont, N. Farge. i. Andry.
Ptl No. 5, O to 8, enrnor of Bagatlleo end Prnsper
strrets, Ionmmhisaonrn, J. Patley, Louis Palmer. ) 8uze
Pot' V ,. Tit Z. corner of Be on Boad snd Warhinittn inrt
stret.o Comml,,msoe. A. Bruier. L. Lamnber, K Muf Crea
MIlnourg. A to Z. Ergine HReuse N.. I. Commissionert Io
Cht Esrshei,'. Ja. Willltms. Leonee Muro. toN
The 101 swill le opened at Mlen J7 osclork in the morning, Stn
and remain open tilt .ix 5- o'clock In the evening. n
Intoccordat s with the nathorIty given to Aegiotrar' by P.
vnoa 17 on si ens, tiled "'An Act& lttve to Electionsin Zine
tho 8tate of Loui-lana' approved Oct 19, 183, "al driak and,
log salons, dram shops greggeriro, or ptses where llquer is Tb
sold by the gls or bottle, situated within a radias of two and
miles of ony polo ir piacres . electin, are hbrahy In
ordered to oeos en the day eo electio. And esd Supervi.s See
rs otr Co:'mlssooer hall bare the powe to el on the the
aihertff, cor.statie or police srer tonfere thos regslation.3 dril
I Iuch sherie senstabl or poti Oecm sll refm que
olaty any order tissed under the authorIty of thle meelon. the twe
Commiesoner or $upervuor giving the order skull have the orde:
power stmosaily to arrest sad losprisoanch sb1ig, c-. vies,
stable or peieusofcer, enh inpoetItlinI net to extend be . seb
yred the hoer of cledg the pol k
Aud ouch heritf, comtable or peltee *fier shell be darned I
get ty of a miodeesaer in Sheo, and uptip eowiltleo thereor obey
bholl be punishedibytimpulhinmt fer a term net to aceed Coal
tin seethe uerine thna three mseths.hd by a ine ef ,et powo
maethee five henbed de~ate SES as e thin emme n. le o
deaddilbesS&NR the h
ARNOLD BKRTOUNEAU. An
Chelsusan Beaed of asperveaers, gags
fieweth Ward, New Orineem. shell
to ' ..r
the OFFIC I BOAND OF ITUPWVIIOB,
ad Poll be peWed ea IUBSDAY, Novembr 8 1i ta
the Eighta Ward, at the fllowlag p1.g., vei:
a Poll . . A toG. blitent Produet, to be bell at r.osl
let Rhl..ceroer Daphe and Blmlen flea. Ow me
s d Pillp Netese, L. . Oat. elacd AreIBagnL . CeLk..e
*ot Leele cherde. 3apy 1m.I
Poll na 1, A toG. Seveteatbh Preelte, ht be beld atiS
Uoskert stret. Cemodlaregge-mgta J. J. I.
seott. andolph BechL. - Is. ".'L . . P , Cmnelp
Poll N .a . H to X. Isteenth P lmet, tob be held
Dauphin Street Coellmllssr-LM Beges, 3. pIeech and
oCatve lsler. hu-P. A torlre,, Job Dsex.
Pol No 2, H to N. svenueeh Iseust to be hell na
Spain street, near Morale. OemUlusobse-P. I. phar
Robet H. Bartley. P. A. nBeasillgs Cl1rbo-Osear Gario,
-' Poll Noa S O to 2, Sixteenth Proeet. 'to be held at eaem
of Deaphin ald ldaa Fields. Os mlseomere-Jaews Bal.
iy, Pete Newhal. asteve lhi . Olerbe-Alex Randelp,
E. M. Lupart.
'm Poll 3o. 3, O to Z. Seventeenth Preelat, t be ld at lS
Urnuart street. Commiselaer-Plerr roete, 3. Swane
to gnte and Ainand Quere. ClrkL--A. D. ermoely, H.
The pgils will be opened at seven (15 o'dlok In the morning
and remain oen till six (6) o'eloek I the evening.
I- in accerdar co with the satherlty given to Registrars by
m. section 17 of an act entitled "An me relative to Electien in
the state of Lonulsana," approved Oct. 19, M1.6 "All drink
1l ing salooan, dram shops groggersea or places wher .Iqlor is
rd, sold by the glass or bottle, alteted within a ralsus of two
mile of anmy pole or plaes of elesla" an hereby ordered
in to cla. ao the day of election. And seid Spervisore or Com
B. ianers oshell have the power to call os ay sheroi, seetable
or police officer to enforce this regulation.
lIe If each shirlf. constable r police olieer shll raefte to
me. ltlr say older e·ed under she eathrity of this setllm. the
C istsoer or SuperviserglobI oerlorsllM bmepower
n. summarily so arres and laprie such shea , eoaelable or
police oaer, each Impritmeme t met to extend beyoad the
by bour of clolrl the poli
laI Ard such shertff, eoastabho r polle. ofeer shall be deemed
LII guilty of a misldeneomer to fae.aid upon convictlon thereof
we shall be patlshed by lmprisaosma t for a term aot tosexcod
us rix months nor less thea three monthe, sad by a Sae of ot
by more than ive hundred dollams (t0) nor lge the. oae han
Wr. dred dollar ($100.)
my JOHN McQUER2TEN,
Charmen eiat of sepsriseI
to ighth Waer, New Or sma
be - ___ ____
re .4'st*h W'aed.
OPF1C BOARID SIUPIRVISORI.
SNINTH Wnoa, Paw OrtAws, Urt 3. I, 1 I
Po!,! wtill be opened on TUESDAT, Nov. 3, 18., in the
d MIth Ward, at the foll.oig places:
It Bgktoemth Pwoelt.
Poll No. i-No. 6 Loelse street-A to i. ie'dvai Com
sladoners Winm. Batchler, Peter Br er. Mchael Lohr.
Poll No --No. 22 Front Leve dstrt-HII mto tnclosive
Commisloners: B. . Lynch, Joeb J. LagImbhl, Palsek
Po!l No. 3-No. 277 roeat lves strt-O to Inelusve,
Commlssioners: - PFlnegas, Pal Osmra, Thom Clark
Poll No 1-No 74I Ltows lret-A to Ofhlaclolvo,
I nmsleioners: F. A. Wolfey, Alfred Beurgs, Reary
Poll No 2--orner of Morales mal Ieute streeMe-ri Wt I
leelstvo. Cromsmioners: J. V. C. lee, Chris. NMlmlat
Poll o. 3-Corn of Love and sldepeadence tr -at- to
1 e e avsa Oemmlsionars: P. W. Coepland, The. BaDehh(
The pelle will be opened at nves 1) o'clock I. the meel ng,
and remain open till six (6) o'e'ock int the evening.
In arccrdanes withhe authority givento Begil ars by
Sectles 17 of anet etitled " A aft relative to lselema
Is the Slate of Leilsiaa, pproved October 19. 1 " "all
drlrktiegaloone, dram shops grogerM, or place where
liuwor Is sold by the glass or bottle, aIltumel with a rdles
ofat two mie of any polls or plasm ef eletion," are heaby
ordered to close os the day of efetion. And eld Seierei
or Commisleilers shall bhave the power to all oa any sheI
eostabloe r police oleer to enforce this reglatlm.,
If sn sheit, constable or poloe eSolar shall rItase t obey
any order issed under the euthrity of ths aecto, the Com.
mlmioeer or bupevlsor giving the ode shall have power
seurmarily to arelt and Imprisoa aseh Iberiff, eastohle or
police ocer, such Imprisontlmet bot Iextend leyld the
hoer of closrag the pl s.
And sach sheif. constable or p. ie oAeer shall be denme
guilty of a misdemeanor in IAe, and pon conviction
thereof shaell be pnislhed by mprisonment for a term not to
exceed six months, nor le.' than th ee month. and by aeIa
of not more than fie hundred collars ,$01U), nor le s ta one
hnndre4 dollars 'liwto.
WA*. J. MOORE,
Supertlsor. inthl Ward.
(lorr's 8'rn vlanoa RtRGorn (TIo. t
Tenth Ward. Oct i 1t, IBo.
Polls will be opened on TUESDAY, Nov 3, at the fol
Preelet Ie. !O.
Poll No. I-At No. I Hook and Ladder Company, Jackson
street, from A to G inclusive. Con missioners-Thos Kets, q
Cha. Pa'ish, Geo. Schantz. Clerks--Edward II. annon, t
Poll No I-At No 22 Englne Company, 7ehonnltoules
street, from H to N incluive. Commlsionra-Jobn Kaiser, PI
H. C. Bartlett, Tho. P. Nlce. Cloake-Geo. Schreiber, g
Poll No 3-At corner Laurel and Josephine treets, from u
H to Z inclusive Commlssiners-J. C. Witner. Myles bi
tUarkey. . Seither, Jr. Clerk-Horae E. Uptoo.
?reelaet Ie. I1. E
Poll N I1-At corner Prytasl cand Jackson streets, from
A to G inclusire Commissionere-Joeph 0(elhs, D. in
Goodmen. J E Oirllpied. Clerk--Chalei B ullddero.e t
Poll No 2--At corner Baehna ad Philip etreeta. from H
to N inclamleo. Commltelineor-G V) . Lyndall, Jame Mo
GOawley, O. Duru. Clerk-John .H, Beban.
Foll It. 3-On Dryadeo, batwen Jacb.oa and PhlI Il
streetl, from O to Z laclnaslve. Commiuioer--lnho I.
Bolmet, C. N. Dirmeyer, John tlgner. Clerk-I. II Do
TOe polls will be opened at seven (7) 'nclock In the mornsnl. t
and renmain ople till sixi () oC ock lI the evenint
Inascerdance withtb. authority gilra to Ieglnstrare by
section 17 of ca at etltied " An act rela le to ectilons in
the State of Lloultiol.a,' approved October 19, 1Yl, "all tb
drinking snloons, dram mhop, lrocceries, or p:ac . whore It
quor is sol iy glassl or bott ., iteltaed within a radil of too
iles of any polls or Plnac of elcctaln," se hereby ordered to
close on the day of election. And eld upervisors or Co o
misiomnerl shall ae tlhe power tocel on any eheritf cseteb. N
or'poice occr to enforoe this resllaten.
II esuch sheriff, coaot-ble or plIe ofmer shall refse to sobey
aty order ioued unde tIhebathorltly of this sectMlon, th Com·
unisioner or Buperviser giving the order shall hbvre poser sam
wanly to arret and imprie oueh sheriff, conatble is o lie
ofier such lmprioonnent det to extend beyond the her ol
elo. ling the polls
And inch saeriff, conualle or police officer shell be deemed l
gtllty oa moandemera r In office, and up.n eonvicti,e toreat
shall be puntheot by ilprisolmenet fir a term no: to *g4n In
ix moanton ,ior len than three moentli, and byi a t.e if not A
moe th, fivte lnlllirled ilIlars <~52 nor lee tliter: one
huldred dollars (p$lol. i
W. H. BIURROU;IIt, lh
thailrmaoTerth Ward oouper+,r.
IFFIrE SUPERVISORS RE(;TITRATII ' (,
Eleventh WaIrd. ct :I, 10 .
P, II will beopnedon TUL DAY, Novnember 3. at thte :.i
lovt: g places.
Preeelct ho. Se.
'oll No. 1. corner NInto and ILnaurel steet, fro'o A tG
Iuoh, sie. ,o'imlmoister + i. Brower, l.II. Brow .,*l C
J .I Ilowell. clerts- H A MtcDonald asd A c-ihroen r. '
l'.1l! o. 2, Wtlshlntan, between la:rel and Aonunstolli
strerto, fr m H to N inllcsive. ('ommie'ilonern: T. A. Men
*Is. B. i. Hartiteo and George Torrey. Claerks: billim
Damon and John Harris
Po' lo. 3, corner Third end Tehoopltnla etretls, fronm O
to 7 lnclosive I ,mil!iioers: Joteph l'eter. Frank tc sf
lbr and A. Flood. Co-hs. H. C. 8Pndey and Gen i amn
Proelset Ie. 38.
Poll No I. Wahlngton and lColisenm streets. from A tO ;
inclusive. Cmmirnsiosers: W. F Hod-.ins, ('herli;n .
Creseap andM J. arpetner. Clerks: D ( r. slsa·d.lJn.,
Poll No l.ecorner Whbinrton and Baronne strneto, frpn tl
toN tine'inti, ('Inmetioners ( W. Thing, P W. Me
Stlad Joltn J Johnston. Cnlrks. D I . MaIldel ad Eug.
PIll No. 3, orner Rewend oand t. Denis streetl. from O to
Z includver CommiioaMers J O Neill, T. D. Terreion oe
and Jare ergn Cleras A. Govle and C. C Mlany 1.
The p.is will be opened at sre 17) o'clel in the mwsslng,
and remain open till six C) o'elock in tohe evealnag.
Is aecrdmee wlih the athrity give to Regi strars by
Secaita 17 of at setlted "An eat relative to *lctioe la
the Ito of Lolaias," approved Oetber 19, IS " All
drinking salooe, dram bops, greggris, r.or place where
liquor a eid by or a ihitl a r ed
two miles of any poll or plae of eleatia," are baby
ordered to lo. an the day of electleon. And lId per. N
rigors or Commestones shell have the owoe to call mi my
bhrifr, coastable er plo oor to gefeve Itoi roe.
If suc aberiff, emu blo ar pie o er M sise to
obey my order bowel euler she eta bcty of thIs eooeas, the
Coamomisme, or Sspeevsoer givlug the rLder shell bave
power sum marily to rres i aprelsee ag g,, aI
te or peace eoleg, meb lsueamin t ash to ml bsysmd
the bouof t helng t ple. t
AiLd sm herI omotblorh e ll ager shll e dmd
shell be peaidel by tspeioemmet forma term not to ecsed
aUr lssm than three moaths, lad by a Ma of not
o W5OeBRT MOBRIS,
hahelms.. Slomth Ward Supervises.
SPI e.r A et 00e1, S89 g as MAs"&
~ Th mBevbt tee eme 1 n - at of s l.e
I eom: es Pr b .ll 1.
Cresent Dry Doek. see PaM street. Commtsionm.
era: W. P Dancea J. J . A hbb, Jam. Atkerm5.
House feXr. Bucrheaa, MoDe ..brvill Commilsiono
s: .eW. Ca. we l A. Damet, Oedoie Gracial.
In , pwsee "e -9 - .
ar% Cat-Of Comr lasioaen : Thoms leo, Po oaeis Patllr,. C.
rL, A. Canaler.
C. L. SWEES,
.O w OrLe.se, .e.fr. 28, 1868.
SWe, tohe nd.gned. tare l, will keep ouear ore
deload IIeotIe ~7y. Nov. d :
no, F PVan NI w e Oae., J. Symr Ca.,
E. A. Tyler.. . , Moody,
by A. B OGrwold ('o., E. Lleta,
I la Jams Martin. Lao. OdohoL ux.
k. M Whelabsao. per J. . G Oatir.
r i Sabti H. Bowles. R. Margnase
ro !akely a Hogan, Paul Bllecq.
tad . BHedrick, Joba IL (art-',
e. Beuard HUnlmt J. 8 Biumand
ble V. H Ltchbfod & Co., J. ME ast HBal
tiosnar, IKet & Co.. Goad lnb A alet'.
to W. F. Goldth·wslt, J. V. Norri A Co.,
the G. M. ayty a Pond. a B. Heoep,
r Gems, & Me arty, R. . Illea A Co.,
or Dudley Nelsen, F. Banor,
Wh . O oempktlnm, Daey & Weebr,
SDubamel, Pleroon. Walker & Co.,
e B lMeema. Blemeb Saldwla & Co.,
ad . traner, F. Adam,
ad IBhabian Mahr.
et (as B ippenrer C.. R Bobert,
t Waahiegton, Levi A Enotlnder,
J. Igod*g, H. OGardner,
O. H Zimaarmau. O. ladand,
. pstein a ton . MeSte A Valuoe,
rInll A Dicke. 31lkh a Co,
B BIer. A. . BlRaemar.
ItaSt a a.anbdsa, M. laomam,
. T Wade, Mo. (OympoeBeDe,
P. Kalam, men. Rphbt*
. Ldu Peek Bros.,
I A Stysck, F. Do.nnatl,
lse a. Ir gbton a Hayman.
Angas ERom ir B ro, ILa nr .
Loots ;ruaewald, M. B Hage .ty,
SG Bearrlre a Co., per . J. O'Neil:.
n Gaeble a arIf , J Levels.
E. Prlotand, Rukel A Dupky,
a V. H Wolf. M McAuly.
rsk I qulte Lifeo Iaa. Co., Jo. I ilas, Prsident
P. Balseanoa P. J. Traquilr,
a. H. hi nasa a Oa, perr Thos. Traqunr.
armleo Ae, q9tq. el,
Talor. rtlldhy C., J. C. Downing,
uoeb V. Dmalger, per H 8 NorIs.
'i PtIIt Plues" Co., Frank. Stratton A Iltrsh,
p Levi A Reglandar, M. e ,olrw,
Jdb Metulty. Wrm. Kernaghan.
S J elea. FPorhekoimo' Rah'a,
4 li R. N M w, . P llLoto.,
IU. A. M~an.kagr, G. V Mtlelr.
a opeod l ahlrc llan, Rwarbrick A Co.
r, . . Barry ('o., Rice Brus. as.,
.. . Paienra C, W. H. Remas a Co..,
. Rbert. Barp, t, J Borcekat,
IBause Brna., Gee. . Bliser per Hiram
7 . V. L4mau , Mrsau,
s Joa WL. llMre. Pottbof A Ionl.ht,
U Zu r a rmer Gee. W. Hytnso a Co..
(ko. a IPtedMck Cc., T. Phawlllam a C.,
S hblA Vanlo, John W. Madden,
r W. LB. ewma, Ea WLaonar,
S Wea. isot, (Geo ramb,
s41hi. Chriatt mt A Hyatt,
HaUls A MNeaill, Peter 'Doannll,
7 . . emin, Walter A. Pe a Bon,
B. P. Buckloy, Jobk Dougis,
D. N. Holmo. Noboru a Co.,
'r beaoweth Casey A Co., F Rickert,
H. peilaaaae J. . Cs,
Petoe.du, Hill a Elliott, s J Ilart Co.
M. Dwevltug John k0. gerso a Co.,
J I. Vaahorn A co . James Yah.
Wfl'os a Camors, John Anderan A Co,
I oweseg Les, Jbeh H O'Brs.,
S J,.a A trado, M Kaufman a Co,
M O. Beas. J Brensa,
McRt bert. Dick. E. K. Converse,
Woods. Matnewf & Co . Sebmalt a .ug or.
Fati. arks a . k Hay Tstalln a Ca,
P.yae Co,. Coaaagr a Petha.
. ottce or EecttSou.
Putrant to a Proclamatloa of His E.toeteney I. C.
WABRMTH. Governor of the Btae of L esaa., bearing
a data the NiBuoteoth day of Sptember. A D 184 I the
qual led veters of the Parish of Oreeans are L.aeby aseled
" that an lection will be held on TULEDAY, the Third day of
November. A. D. 188, far
One Elector for Prealdet sad Vis Presadent of the United
States, sad one Peprrneatatve to CooPerr., from the First
Eleatoral and First Coaraslseal District, coapeod of all
that prtloa of the Pariah of Orleans o tlo t rgt tak ofat
Sthe Missisippi river, and so much of said Penrih on ·e left
bank of sold rtiver a below and est of Canal street, in the
city of New Or'ean, eomprIslag the Fourth. Ffth, Pulth,
Poveth, llghth and Ninth RaLpreentatit Dltrtcts of the
Parish of Oleans and the Parishes of Ft I.rnard, Plaqueo
mines. it. Tammary, Washington, Lt. Illlena and LUlag
iOne Eleitr from the eaoand Kletoral Distrct, and one
Repregtnnttvo for the ouexpird oerm mtule vacant by the
deathof b oe James Maua), uad one fr Ce reuolr term.,
fom the Socond Cong.ralonal Diatrict, compond of
a that portio of lbhe prish of Orlean m the letit dak of the
Mialtppi rliver above and wst of t(aal treet, oIn the city
of Niew Orlanas, cmp slaig the First, Pecood. Third and
Tenth ehgrastaitol Districts of the perlclh of Oril., and
the pumnishe of Jererson, S1. Charls, 6L. Jo.n the Bpttst,
St Jaea, Lfourebe and Terrboan.
('ae Itoitr from t h rbrd Bl:oral Disltrirct, compoted o
Ithe parashes a St. Mary, SIt Marit. A.ssumptnlo Ascenaon,
Verml ia, Calesalen, Lafaatale, St. Iatoiry. Ibero t114 Sat
is • a Bea Btata Ronlo and Wst Batllon Ro8a.
One Itce efrom the earutsi oetora D trict. coapoedod
of the parbhea ot Vst Ftlgolna. Poist Coaoa Arvoygler
idadtla, Saiago, Na tchlochees, aDe oet, Caddo, Boee. au n
One Elector from the Ptflh Elctoral District, ompaya
tte plrbas of tIlal orne BLnvIlle, Jarc,,. lals. aMore
bouse, (Crrotll. hachata. Madlao. CIdwlt. IFranklin.
Teams, Catabuoe and iecordia; and r,., leotr4o lthe
Thi Polls will beooem ed Ia e·acb F:ctio Precianct li the
r aid Parth of Orlgml hrom t11 kon ol *rr', eo'clock a. a. till
x o hdre r. a , on the day ad date olore mrentonetd,
to-wit: TI'ESDAI, THE TI·RD DAY OP NO)VEMBEi,
A D. lIe for ohe pfrpoee regmtning the vote. of tbhe
lUali(ld vrotrs of the pVrisoa (. )rloans. itundr .upr.
vil:n tf it ie Cfo'moirn end (ltrks to tc, ,palted by
the outhor ties te. l.,ed by Jlaw T[re rin to, . bk con
lllcted aid rotor a maca to the unlierbaietd returuing ofae
according tI, law.
Sherifr'a Oles. ParIsh of Orleans, New Orleans, October
THOS. L. MAXWE.!,
Arrerow Tses aed lAd n III uaket
TO PLAITKR. FA(;irouR AND DEALERR.
Now ladl og sl ateamahip (:hryo: tu cnd sbin (tl-onsla,
1 a Iare ai tk of the calebratlod AROIW TIE. osaperi.r
qnlty Englishb Wrou h Irra. e. MII ,i l fest length.;
a.o-m a ote. aOna lot r INDIA l,,AN\.r.lb r HiaiINJ,
role a.d bales, tir ele io lote to suit a, + , i acea. by
H. T. uA it rLE IT,
N' l ',trondelet street.
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.'AIIPeTIf(i--EVtiil fmc a es g l h oa,,
:crltOre and annoet e L ]dII; IATINIk-6t roil
'blio, tOO piece Oofeo; WINDOW lI8ADESt. Tabl and
Pta o ; Ore iaL,, and Pelt' Ou.
MANIFACTUREIR OF HAVANA CIGARS
IMPORTER OP RIUmWE IE \P TOBACCO,
14 RIAMPART rTNIET.
I OGda Lr CIGAt ew oary q~ullty Illld presjIly and with
rak alalte. Idlat Cigaa au rpoiad in Iavana at sor
Sru gylow rase. Ala. LA TOBACC(O (both tle
Rum Havean nod Amorlrea) at alt kintd
oBe rasaleod a tarp mpply .1 RIBOINS fram Granada.
IBo. ItU, I and I
SMALL PROFITS nod QUICK REFUIRN.
.# se Q*as.
S.nm k m..K.R tpza. n .he wrld. dteet 'omtbh