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TIUESDATY EOIRNO. NOVRMBBR 3. Ieee.
De.mcratic Ratinmal Ticket.
EOIL.ATIO *BUYM OUR,
or saw 10o.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
F]RANK P. BLAIRI
sneeMers he the Sea" as Lmages
O3. W. RACS ........................W. F. BLACEMAN.
DURANT DAPO E .............. .......... .L J ELLISL
Pmest CrIsoa Distrale........ AJROXY BABOLA.
Sered .. .. .. ........ BRADY.
Thid .. .......CLAREN,'s WARD.
F 5.. .. ......... . OWEI LL.
IMN .. ......... M. GOODLICH.
1+. ossev Dkuet.. W . rrrnVfpst
se .. .. .......J. I. OE3r AR3a
TMr4 .. .....H. . Wal.H.
.rth ... ........... O... RT CULLOM.
S .. .. ...... ....J.1. O BRIHAM.
F1kt DIstris .......i................LOUTS ST. MARTIN.
seesed .........................CALEB . HR'NT.
TI .....................ADOLPHB BAITU.
rth .. ................... MICHAEL RYAN.
rFM .. ......................EO. w uMsRRANTE.
IMPOUTAIT TO VOTRhS.
Voters will find the number of the precinct
e, which they reside marked on their regis
tratlon certficates. Comparing this with the
motes published by the campaign committee,
they will And the location of the polling
places where they are to vote. By attending
to this, mistakes will be avoided.
. ATURALIZJD CITIZENS!
In Ikuaisana the carpet-baggers have put
the negro over you because you are white;
because you belong to that great European
race from which the American people are
desemnded; the race which discovered
this New World, and which wrested it from
the Iadian savage, in the interests of civilisa
tioe and liberty, and not that it might be
made oser to African barbarism and military
despoti. aHes Radicalism has tried to de
grade yla because you are white men ; at the 1
North igtries to disfranchise you because you
are Democrats. Is there one of you so base
as to vote anything but the Democratic
One Hatch, superintendent of the institu
tion known as the Freedmen's Bureau, re
perts that 1f6 negroes (loil people he calls
them) have been killed in Louisiana during
the last year; whereupon he recommends an
indefinite continuance of the institution. t
But the superintendent has made a mistake.
He can easily calculate how long it will take,
at the rate of 10f1i per annum to kill off the
negro voters in Louisiana, under the bureau I
system. It would take a good while; but I
certainly not an indefinite time. The freed
men will see now why the superintendent de
sires his institution to be made permanent
he wants to get rid of them at the rate of 1,(;
per annum. Inut why is he thus sanguinary ?
What have the freedmen done to him to make
him so vindictive ?
Remember Democrats, one and all, you
who, during the past four months, have, by
daylight and torchlight, with banners, and t
cheers, and all the enthusiasm of snured vie
tory, carried on the campaign for Seymour a
and Blair, that with to-day's sunrise and sun- u
set begin and end the real great struggle for
which you have been preparing. Do your
best, sustained by the certainty that our
friends all over the country are straining 2
every nerve to win the day, and rescue us
from Radical tyranny. c
For the first time in eight years the entire
country is to-day involved in the excitement
and confusion of a general election. In the
thousands of villages and hamlets throughout 0
the land, quiet old fashioned country people
willgo up quietly, drop their ballots and re
turning home again, almost forget the matter. d
In the larger towns sad cities there will be o
the usual erowds about the polls during the w
day, and the telegraph and newspaper ofees vi
at night, with an occasional knock down here
and there, and it may be, even more general
disturbances. And when the day has passed, '
when the sun goes down, and breathlessly the C
result is being counted in New Orleans and a
New York, in Philadelphia and SL Louis, in I
Cincinnati, Boston, Chicago and Nashville, 01
how the wires will click, click the tidings,
and how visions of defeat or victory will
refect themselves in the faces of the disap- I
pointed or the elated. Never at any time
were tidingsso asnxiously watched for, never
were hearts more wrapped in an uncertainty t"
of interest than they are to-day from the St. of
Lawrence to the Rio Grande. riI
Every I emocratic vote east to-day is a vote hi
to restore the prosperity of Louisians, and to be
rescue h;r from the thieving hands cf the S
cuarpet.bo.ager and the barbarous hands of
the Africin. N
The United States consist of 37 States and
4,000,000 wards, and the former are taxed
about five hundred million dollars a year to m
ply the expenses of the latter.
There seems to be among our Democratic Bi
independent clubs a strong desire to make he
themselves permanent orgaaizations. This is m
agood idea,and we hope it will be carriedout. pe
D)uring the remainder of this week every club P
may take steps to thus perpetuate its exisene 0o
and render itself, for the fture, ever ready to d
respond to the call of the Democracy. Let
such steps be geneally taken.
Theen y win lsort to madeies t
day to dim4nisk the Deocratic vote; among
themthmthe atempt to palm off spurious tekets &
on the ots. e sure that yolur tickets con
tain the aepnes of the Demoesaie candidates tai
for electo a and for congremmen. Scsn C
them closeb y. g
Evry Djneras o vote ct tdmy is a vte at
L TNZ ZLICHOW TODAT.
It is scarcely necessary to remind our cit
9. iaens of the solema and imperative duty of
voting at the election today. For the first
time we have an opportunity of proving, by
the irrehagable voice of an overwhelming
public opinion, that the actual government of
the State was imposed upoa Is in defiance of
Sthe wishes of a large majority of our people,
even including the new element which was
L forced into our political community for the
express purpose of subduing the white pop.
ulation, and of assuring the vote of Louisi
ana to to the Republican party. It is true that
we are not voting to-day for State officers;
but we are voting in order to furnish indis
putable proof of the infamous fraud by which
Radicalism obtained possession of the State
government, as well as to add the weight of
Louisiana to the vote which will be cast for
the candidates of the great party of progres
sive reform and constitutional liberty. If the
L Democracy of Louisiana do their whole duty
to-day, it makes little difference whether the
Radicals vote or not. A full Democratic
vote will carry the State triumphantly
if every Radical vote be polled. A fall Demo
cratic vote will show, in a clear light, the
trickery of the Radicals in abstaining from
voting on the pretext that they fear violence
and intimidation. The Democratic party is
the party of law, and peace, and order; and it
will preserve peace and order, atthiselection,
at all hazards. The Democracy do not intend
to give their enemies any pretext to suppress
the voice of the people of Louisiana. They
intend that every legal voter shall be protected
in his rights, and they invite aU Radicals, as
t well as Democrats, to come to the polls to
day. There will be no violenoe-no intimi
e dation-no disturbance. Even if the Demo
crats were inclined to adopt the course which
is falsely attributed to them by their adversa
ries, all their interests would deter them from
it. They can carry the State by fair voting
why resort to violence? They can carry the
State if every Radical vote be polled-why
t run the risk of having their vote rejected by
Sptting an excuse for rejection into the
hands of an enemy ready to grasp at any
I pretext to accomplish their purposes ?
The Democracy desire every vote in the
State to be polled. They desire the election
to be quiet, peaceable, orderly. Only the
Radicals hope for trouble and disturbance ;
because only through trouble and disturbance
I can they have the slightest chance of prevent.
ing the vote of Louisiana from being cast for
Seymour and Blair.
DEMocRATs! be sure to vote, and to vote
early. Let nothing deter you. New Orleans
must give at least 10,000 majority for the De
mocratic ticket. The country must under
stand that the great commercial metropolisof
the South is no longer to be subjected to the
domination of negroes and carpet baggers. It
is necessary, in every point of view, that this
great fact be proclaimed in tones not liable to
misinterpretation. It is necessary for our
future interests and prosperity that the world
should know that New Orleans is in the hands
of a civilized, honest and intelligent popula
tion, and that the reign of official corruption
and African barbarism in Louisiana is soon to
terminate. DEMOCRATS! let us put an end to
it to-day !
Every Democratic vote ast to-day is a vote
to rescue the country from the hands of the
party which threatens to convert the govern
ment into a centralized despotism, admin
istered by a military dictator.
A full Democratic vote will carry New Or
leans by 12,000 majority and the State by I
20,000. Remember that.
Don't stay away from the polls because you
consider the State safe. We must not only
beat the carpet-baggers and their black allies,
but terrify them by a majority which will show
that it is hopeless for them to make another
contest in Louisiana. a
Democrats! vote quietly, but vote. There
must be no disturbance in New Orleans to
day. Let our city not be discredited by acts
of violence, by tumult or bloodshed. We
want none of these. We want only a fair
vote to assure a brilliant Democratic victory. .
PERsONAL-We had the pleasure of receiv.
ing a visit, yesterdsy, from Ma~jor G. W. Mo- c
Cranie, of the Ouachita Telegraph, and Dem- tl
ocratic candidate from the Fifth Congres
sional district. The gallant major has thor
oughly canvassed his district, and comes to a
the city satisfied that the fifth district will a
give a majority of 7000 in favor of Seymour
and Blair and of himselL
The Ouachita Telegraph, published at
Monroe, one of the busiest eenters in the
trans-Mississippi, is a worthy representative
of its section. The ability and fearless integ- w
rity with which it has been conducted since '
the termination of the war have raised it, c
like the Planters' Banner, to be one of the
best and most instructive newspapers in the j
Major McCranie will remain some days in 11
New (rleans, at the City Hotel, and we hear
tily commend him, as well as the Telegraph,
to our fellow-citizens, and particularly to our r
merchants and factors.
We have been requested to state that the NI
Board of Directors of La Vari,:te Association
have restricted the privileges of admission to
members and sos-resideds orldy, (that is
persons residing outside the limits of the '
parishes of Orleans and Jefferson,) while i
owners of extra shares have the right to intro
duce such non-residents to the stockholders'
sats under the rules.
It has been mggested, and we are happy to
inforse the suggestion, that the returns from
the variones polls, many of which are remote
from the newspaper effies, might all be pub. I
lished to-morrow morning in full i , small le.
tails from the different mounted elubs would
consnt to set as couriers, and bring in the -
gues as soon as completed. Such a plan
would greatly facilitate the public in arriving
at a Lspeedy kowledge of the result of a cam- c.
p.1gm in which we haveall beemsogely
UI IZWARD's Po WC1 MIEIlt N0.
cit The speech of Mr. Seward at Auburn, only
of three days before the eleetiom may be re
t garded, aside from its intrinsio matter, as an
event rife with anspicious signicance. It is
by well calculated to recall the speech which he
ing made at. the same plsee in favor of thh Re
of publican ticket shortly before the presiden
of tial election in 1864. He then argued at great
e, length that the safety of the country required
that the war should be conducted, peace con
cluded and the Union restored in accordance
the with the policy of Mr. Lincoln; and he now
op- holds that the congressional interruption of
isi. this policy, as exemplified by Mr. John
son who followed in the footsteps of
Mr. Lincoln, has plunged the country
into a condition bordering on the anarchy of
Mexico and the unhappiest of the South
loh American republics, and that to confide the
ate entire government to the Radical party would
of indefinitely postpone the day of peace and
for restored Union, and perhaps consummate the
national ruin. Mr. Seward occupied in Mr.
Lincoln's cabinet the same position which he
the occupies in Mr. Johnson's cabinet. He spoke
aty at a critical juncture of the campaign in 1861
the with a favorable effect for Mr. Lincoln which
tic was generally acknowledged; and it is safe
to assume that he would not speak in the
present campaign at so late a moment, and
yet in so decided and elaborate a manner,
he without a strong hope, amounting to assur.
uon a.o, of producing an impression beneficial
we to the ticket on behalf of which he dis
is tinctly, though tardily, pronounces.
Lit Mr. Seward, one of the wiliest and most
forecasting of contemporary politicians, is
about the last man to be suspicted of making
nd a vain demonstration in a set speech, or of
ens throwing away his political or personal in
tey flnuence in favor of a hopeless cause. That he
ted has had no sympathy with the Radical de
velopment of the Republican party which he
did so much to bring into being, is hardly
i to be questioned. But his prolonged
silence heretofore had much the appear
io- ance of vulpine prudence watching
ich the chances of the campaign before ven
- turing into the meihe. His Auburn speech,
therefore, sounds lke a pronunciamiento,
resolved upon after the matured conclusion
l that the Radical party was about to go over
he board, or at lhast that its ticket was wavering
hy in the popular balance and a little articulate
by breath on his part, well directed, might cause
he it to kick the beam. With a large class of
Republicans, who were comrades of Mr. Sew
ny ard in building up the party, and who, like
8? him, have fallen behind the leadership of the
he Radical extremists, this speech can not fail
on to tell Hence its auspicious significance.
he Ta Ganu TRanE.-Eisewhere will be
e ; founda full report of a very interesting address
oe delivered last night by Colonel Burwell, of
It the Bulletin, before the Chamber of Com
or merce. Our readers will remember that CoL
Burwell was delegated by the Chamber of
Commerce to proceed to Chicago, St. Louis
e and other Western cities, to discuss with the
ns men of the West the prospects of building up
Pe- a trade with New Orleans, to hear from them
W_ their ideas and opinions about it, and to tell
o them what we here wish, expect and will do.
Last night he made his report. It was an ex
he haustive and an able one; but, as he said,
It the conclusion can be expressed in a
cis few words-the securing of the grain
to trade by New Orleans is inevitable.
ur For the arguments by which he sus
tained his position the reader is referred
elsewhere in to-day's CxecEN rr. If those
arguments and statements are true-and we
la- know they are, and any man that investigates
)n the subject will find out that they are-there
to is a bright future yet in store for us. Let
us then bear our present Ills patiently, seeing
that here is opened to us a new and broad path
to wealth and substantial prosperity. We are
sure that our people will need no asking or en
e oouragement to walk in it. It is very attrac
n- tive and very easy to travel, and all that is
needed is the effort necessary to get out of old
grooves and into new ways of doing business.
Let our merchants at once go to work. The
r- crop to be gathered is too precious to be
3 longer neglected. Let us gather it while it is
m Delays are always dangerous. Vote this
ly morning before coming to business, and do
, not leave it until your return in theafternoon.
er Don't drop your ballot in the box until you
are morally certain it bears no names upon it
save those who are the regular nominees of
re the Democratic party.
t The insurance compinies will close their
Soffices at 11 o'clock this morning. It is de
it airable that this example be generally fol
,. lowed by the commercial community.
,. RsosiraSliN.-In tt. John the Bapsi't, 1914
vr'ers were registered, 14 more than last year.
" One third of the registered voters are whi-, two
- thurds colored. In East Felicians, 900 white and
1515 black, were registered. In East Baton RBange,
i303 voters were registered.
The word "S ozodont,.' which is faset bearning
a household word, is derived Iron the Gte.k and
I composed of two words, so) sand o~lras.
" C zo," translated, means to preserve, ald
odontes," the teeth. 8asodont, a prcserver or
the teeth. And it is true to its name.
e The government Bas at last -epaired the wrong
done (Connaodore C. H. Poor, [utted Sarsl navy.
e s~ereral years ,iuce, atLn the navy d.p.r:'n it
was engaged in the mtnufacture of rear adl vice
at'mirsls, the clams of this officer we,, :
eooked, and his promotion denied aIru. sinm:y be
csante a lsty nembCer ot hi, fami'y wes .usp-'tei
Ot ho ung ~,tlthemrn to her -yrnph'l ,. He ta rnow
I een created a rear admiral vice Rear A imiral
In Arzona ti etre ae 72.:O;..0t acres and
1 ll1j3 01tquare miles. This grreate~:rent t ctuntry
,,o, riaea every variety of sail and cluate.
Abt ut one-eighth partof this laud may be Ieasid
is a desert; the remainder Ie mineral, agrtcuiit.
r ra. tbn her and grszig land.
SNtW PERFUME FOR THE HA'CKERCHIlF,
" Flor De Mayo,"
SA Woondert tlowe.
I The Prayoeaes o f thin Etret oao deliWnems amd durrab
that ot two or thro dr.pa are aeary c . pr,.me n hand
acnc,,etpiaoe withe a huloe an io Iziart watrated
PFALON & SO .
"t e smt eras e .re .
We reamr er mve- Sar .the delpoa af LANDED PRO
Prary, ne,m the q s .ethe ts.. s5o5mme.. ard i
IUVINGOSTO, UGBrBIT & CO.,
5s.U tjteayahaesprs Sam
wi i oar e r et aM d, aesp mserg, at dealnpsiae of
ur vna csse baeaee **s, casasay, anews. VIs
MaG Imera b..tO SheIse h L F np e
BAWt'L L MOORE A CO.
? ter, of t as nPrat gWrE.
SNetwithetadthsadghe ma~uhs amd patial destre
ties of the Boks of Begitry of the PIEST WARD. e
POLLS WILL Bs OPE0 ND AT ALL THE POLL
IN0 PLACEIS IN Tl WARD. and the Blaotre will
be lid os if he etoaes brad et beem perptrnted.
a- Te of the Weld ar eorseety argtd to ne to the
t ells ad be aor* tIo tab hlJer Registratde Papers with
I- By order of the Campaign Commtime:
o a J. O. NIXON.
Df At a meeting of the Contral Comittee of Ind.pendent
th Demreratic Club of the Perish of Orloks, the following re
t sIolutions were unsalnmously adopted, ad have s bees re
ld ed by the various Democratic Clubs In the Parish of Or
oe res olved by the Central emmitte irepsemtltag all
tholndependsot Democratic t'lbe in the Partin of Orlease,
t. That wewill pledge and guarantee protectio to every roter
1e i this Parish on the day of elcste, without roference to
raea color, previous condition or political cesiosuon, eagatst
any and all acts of al.bor intimidatlo or hand, and that we
S call upo every voter in toe ciy and state to exerciae the
right of souffrgs on the 34 of Novembernext.
Be it lfurther resolved, That w stwh so Democrts, we will
to use all flar and ho orable mea. to promote te cause ad a.
1e sure the suerces of our party. we will reort to an moea what
ever which wod trond to intlmidate our political enemies and
prevent them from v ,g, and we bite all persoae, of what
7, ever political comple on, to Jos a in the effort to areso
peaceraed barmoaey at the polis on the day of election, to the
end that the meet Itmid member ef ay party may feel asered
that as will be prtserted ageinst danger or undie lnlt msoo
In the serdlms of his srag.
Do It lurther smelvoed That the spirit of thererseoutisoe be
indorsed and executed by the varius Demoorate orgalos
t tioes in this State sad city.
SB it resolved by she Comtrl Oosmmlee of the Indepmd.
eat Demoerstic Clube of the Parish of Orlene., that ao the
Ig 3d day of November. A. D. 186, the day of eleetion, a su.
)f pension of all bostness of whatsoever rhreSra r is earnestly
- quoesed. and the drinklng so a'onaro prtiolarlyrtqaested
to he cloeed daring the entire dap,nt the and that all may he
saleowed se right of sraSge and the eletis held qetly
. sand peaceably.
By order of e
10 J. PINCKNEY SMITH,
y President Central Committee Ind. Dnm. Clubs.
d J. PRTe CHILDRKae Secretary
- TO Brgwr Plaatera.
THE NEW PORTABLE GAS LAMP,
- FOR CHEAPNESS. BRILLIANCY OF LIGHT, AND
g PEIRFEI SAFEIYT.
e CANNOT BS SURPA8SED,
e Are now ltr ul.e at
if 10................ Camp Srees..............1
UP STA IR.
I0 mps rant to tAe LsdCie.
For the accnmeodation of the Lalols, the uaderigoed has
opened a REATIL BRANCH of hleesmabisha mt at
e 187 1-2 Canal Street,
Where can be fInal tbs chole st umsertmoet of
L DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
e TO ER HAD IN THIS CIT?.
SA fl eassrtment of Ladles', Masse' and nhasla ' HWATS
l trimmed and mntrimaed.
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS. ETC.
As this Stock is ItEPLNTOIHED DAILY, by Express
I and tearuers, from taOlNorth and Europe, customers may
2 depend on seeing the
VERY LATEST NOVELTIES,
VERKY LOWEST PRICES,
At 137. Canael Street.
One Door from Burgundy street.
Whetealse oease........3 rMagml e tse ,
Between Common ad Graver streets.
Where MIILINERS and DRESS MAKERS em he fur
bished with P VERY AATICLE in tlher lie., and COUNTRY
MERCHANTNr an have their orders l for Lado L tI' Hats
and Bonnrts. Trimmings, Etc , em the mt favorable
I7 Mgssle stre.et.
I^PAeeer f Wiktken's
SEWIN ( MACHINES
150.......... CANAL BSREET ...... .. 150
Having leased the large snd hsadome bildingll) CANAL
STREET, which we hare ftted up without rognado o txpeso,
we •re prepared to offer for sale the
NEW AND IMFROVED IILEIT FEED
Wheeler * WIle kewlng Macsblne 1
AT REIDUCD PRIOES.
We have eompetent and obliging tebhere, whom we wssh
to keep conotantly employed, ad their ervieos cn be hads -
outen as necortar), fre of charge.
150 Canal Dtreot.
E. .1. Tyer,
..1 ...........CANAL STREET...........II.
lIas on hard and is certantly reotlving from the test man. C
fetrtres in Europe and America
WATCHE., CLOCKS AND JEWELRY"
,F I lIE FINESNY DEiCRIPTIONS
hus al.i on htil a lrgJe and varied ssortmnt of
TABI.E AND ORNAMENTAL SILVERWARE.
(old SI1 er. Steel and Rhh'er IPECTaf'LgR svd EYE
GLAtith, aro se and Pran ISTATUARY and FANCY
Pastiesar atte.tion tvren to the repaIring of WsItc'He, IA
Jewlry adi re'ting ot Dimeaonds.
BILVERWARsE VADE TO ORDER. 3
oral ...... ...... ... .R sersral.
TrsE NEW ORLEAlrS
AOICUTLTRnAL WAUEHOUsU c
HAS BSEEN REXOVSD TO
N* 74 ....a...C eaudelet teet~. ....1o. 6
GEO. W. 7IZER.
,khwrrl k &hhcAges.
BOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
CEOOCKET, 0CHINA, OLAS ad BOtirEKEPI]NG
WARKES eelrp Whea cot he be found haro is hardly
worth I khl s eer.
We kr~ t sa euamatime of oer es a, serteisg by
eory seamser, sad suisted with eae by ou Mr. Nipurd. An
Polite d drke is wa & sad prism emaemes medersee.
Geedeami free to say portef the cty, whoesale eand oge1
Direct lmpwrtie. al.
F . p levar,
1~ ..... CANAL ITREET...... 16
.h Has juwt receiwvd tm EUROPE per teememe 84ION T
and CHRTOLITrhe ftl and emplter easrlmms dfthe
fellowleg Goda, which hrve bem eeleased by haieVl all t
thelateetPanies atylee, ea offes tar ale at the leae"
Plae, Bleak ad olored SILKS;
Scotch PLAIDS, POPLIN oad GASiYiEESI;
Printed sad Pleaa DELAINE;
Plea IMPRBS8 uLOTH-l eledon;
Plaim and lecy POPLINS;
ttlnied Freach and Eaglsk CAMB3ECS;
ant French and eagibs FLANELS;
S Striped ad Plaid TARTANB;
Ladlee' Silk and Cloth CLUJAKE;
Dr LedN' PARAOLn sad DEMI-UMBRELLAS;
BLACK GOOD. of all descripale;
all lad .' Prwehb,hIk sad GemmlnOTTON HOSE;
Gens' and ay.' e:OITON HALF-MOIE;
ter Mie' COTTON HORB;
Ladles', Gents', Mtisae' and Boy' Marne UINDRB
w Childbr's Wret FANCY HOSE and HALF-HONB;
Ledie' BLACK LAU BSPLTR;
Imbeoldered NMalia and Lam CURTAINt;
rill WORSTED DAMAS for Owrteis;
e- . Embreidoer and P ,la i Liae Camble HANDKIER
ad Marie hatotaette LACE CAPES;
Fr- ruench BED BLANKETS;.
_ Caobman and Woeele SHAWLS;
he elee' NIGHT C(OWNs and CAMIMOLS;
rd BALORAL SKIRTS;
SLedle' and Children' KID sad WOOLEN GLOVEN;
RIBSONI-all Widthe aed Colen;
be BRIDAL WREATHS mad ARTIFICIAL FLOWtES;
a- MARSEILLE QILTS-all Colorn;
Fisured ·ad Pla.. BOSLIMTS for eas;
ad Fmbrouiered Maula ead Lam PILLOW CASESI
Bh la Lags VEILS, CASSIiERE and CLOTH. Stc.
A tfal and complete assortment of PSRFUMERY.
sly JION aEW )O@3.
d CALICOES: Bleachl d ead Bmrw DOMEITIC : OOT
he ON SHPIcTholS; CifTTOIADES; DENIMI; snSA
BI'ORb; KERlsaV and LINPrETt; IC0KING; OftlO.t
U(NSCK., HEAD HAADKBClMIEPS; MLANKSIS;
E-c , Lie.
1Ss n S trot.
.loresque Bi ttlUds .
DRY GOODS DEPARTMI EN P.
The Management would rmepectfll inform their patre
and the public gearally that the are new opmlag a
» FULL AN COMPLETE STOCK.
Attention Is specially directed to the followinglat of prices:
AMD RICAN PEIRTS fromeTc. tel0c, per yad.
FRINCH .. 30c.
a FUIRITUSE .. 30.
BLEACHED COTTONS Sc
SBTIPED POPLIIBET Sc. ..
Colored ead Ralish R.EINOJ SOc
Colered FOULARBD $1
PFured MUSLIN DELAINES lo.
Hemnebehed BANDKER4BWIES Me.
Comme. Cleth CLOAK8 SS to SS.
Al all the well kernw mark at laelhed and Silew
COTTONS, SHIRTINGS Id SMEETINSO.
SiMik Wese mend Oeuem Feashlg eek, oae ame US
DEBBIRTS anad DRAWERS, and a complee amortmat
of Egist~ih Frch and OGDam HOSIERY.
FLANNELS of everqrllty and odor.
LINEN OOD8 et all kied.
PHRETINOG DAMAPK NAPINLS.
TABLE CLOTMS AND TOWELS, TICEINt.Setc.
Fna Frach Black MERINOS ad ALPACAS
. .. . CANSTIMERB.
Pltan and Fplared POPLINS.
Fancy 'LOTBS for CLOAElJ
Colored REPS of every radty
LACE EDGING and TNSERTINS.
Embroideed BRIDAL VILSand WREATHS.
Fancy CLOAK8 of Silk, Velvet and Cloth.
Aesortmet of Black an COolored CASIMBERES.
. EREDONS for Overelething.
Common White and Gray BLANKETS.
Fine White Freech
10 4 11-4, 12 4,134 Colored QUILTS.
TOILET CCVIRS, et.
MRS. JOHN GAUCHE,
Y Correr Camp and Poydreeu etra.
s A Perfectly Safe LAgAt,
PORTAOLE GAS LAMP.
Can be med li any Common Lamp with a trilIng expen of
changnl the burner, rnd of which Dr. I. L tOrawooar, the
able CLhaeist of thi city, says:
" In my epertmenta with the PUROLINI PLUTD I trid
my beet to produoe an exploalon, and Oompletely FAtU.El
Be also rays:
" I bve for ome time pest eed GOUCHUN PORTAbLE
GAS LAMP, and s, d the light whto and smperior to the
orinay coal ae, I ea mfely n#mmed It for Cheap.,
Bamey nd Perfect 8sfety."
For Sngar.house thb a Lamp h ee o Eual.
For ur.her particllar. and tunaeerable rcommendatlona,
1A ST............C TEE........... I
- %EI: STIKR ,& ('o.,
Agenta Obho Candle Company, cCullough Shot and leal
Company, ad Ime ptern of Foreign bget, hare Removed
from 74 and 76 Pp dram t the Oemer of Poydre and Mag
cile treee New OClnema La
14............ CanaI Street .... ...5
Receiveo by eveory itemer fram Europe TUEL LATESTI
PARISIAN FASHIONS and 8TYLS
Grfer &i Baker &elr~~acAsUS,
THE ONLY MACHINE
ADAPTID FOE EVERY CLAMOOP FAMILY EWINBG.
O ae and gteeroom for eloothera Late,
1 .................C.. l Stress.............. 18
New (Irlean, La
PECTORAL BALBSAMIC BYaUP.
The only e'Iable Medicine gaint all afectione of the
Lear and Bnrome, such as
COLDS, COUGHB. ABSTHlMA. RBNC ITIN, IN.
FLAIMMATION OF THE THROAT, BPIFIING OF
BLOOD, WHOOPIGO OUGUH, and evme h
For ele at the L·brtoy of the proeriter, Fe. 3 Chares w
street. Aid ai by N. Memtee; WheLloke Finley Co.;
S J. Bat A C* : Loetl Catnal: Maiee * Sale.
A NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Caers. MNraL and Us AMdUw SL rete
Over Ierma i' Dry a e ip e
rlOMro.RApNL gP U per does;
C as ram rWILEIr & ouy.
An a wksarmee sm am dmi s es, d
J. L EV OIS 1
1AS UaU25 aD Pa sUAOUIA ASD CrsT@eslT
New MI. 4s sad e Vlvel
e FOR LADIS AID CSDIREN.,
HEWEST PARIS SHAPEL
A's-A Lu. Aassetmemt of
TRISI I POPtINS,
At R" Ceatsa Trt.
In Cheon and Plaie Colony
NEW STYLE PARA90LS.
LIN tER IE
IN EVERY ASORTMENT,
AND AT CHEAP PRICES.
O; cOrP Ofr Camel and ero 1bee stseets.
S Odd FeUeW' Prce s
DEDICATE 0Db FELLOW3' H&LL,
Tuseday, November 10, 1868.
The ampme, et., erwill ssemb'e at their respectiv
Ledge Reome to to sert as Lefyeate Squae, as Il
e'oLek A. s., andr ebarge f their repective YMarhale. atd
pMeeed thee to Iahryte 8qune for rormatimet the line.
Thoeetems will formon o C p trtes, and will be dtid·s
Under charge of HENRY RTLING an ud JOHN A.
IETERY Aeislete to OGred Marshal,
Coeldatlg of all S·U rdtlate oedges, wall fore on -Layette
: Squae, osath dide, restlag s Soe streiL.
Uder chaso of JOHN DAVlY sad HERIYT OTIIJo,
AaelJtes so Ora Warshtd,
Ceaslting of the Patrlaruhal sotneh of the Order, will rwooa
SLa,petto Sqeare, west aide seting on St. Charlies asle.
Under chargL of RUBER WAX and JOHN PlRAK,
Asstants to orad Ianhal,
rCeOdltg as Past Orade sad Oaeis of the gRh,. '.orthy
rand Ledge will form on Leatyette sqare north side,
SretaI g em North astaet.
ORDER OF PROCESSION:
JOHNll B. HEO, Grand MarshaL
Aide to GOrad MaraL-W. IH. FOSTER. ICHARD
FLTOBER, GUS. A. UR8AUX and
JULES A. FOIRAT.
Assistant Aids-HENRY ORTLIJG and JOHN A.
C:omprilalg anl Suberdlease Ltds.
Assistant Aids to Oreed MErshol-JOHN DAVEY sad
Jempriels Patriarchal rach of the Order and Visiting
Aslsistnt Aids to Grand Marsel--RUBERT WAX sad
Compilalng Past Greads sad Ofaleer or the it Worthy
ROUTE OF PROCEBdION:
Up Camp to Diord, dewn Dslord to S. fherta, down 8.
urlea to Canal, acroes. Ca to Rtol dowra eoy to IL
Loul, ap lt. Louti to Chatre., ep Chrtres to Canal, sere
Canl to Camp, up OCpm to Odd Fellows' all, where the
lies will balt sad opem to the right sad lef.
e The Graed Measebl, with his tSr Aide. will them pme
etween the Iimes to the eatrem ift, aiarlnag with the
SThid,. Semoed tnd ]im. Dirlmees, In testod erder, tloe tthe
Jall oom of Odd llos' Hell, where w Ortise wi be de
Ulvned by A. WALLACE HONTEE 0, 0. W. AUa
LOUIS BU*II. J0. H REBUMTO·FF ead ALBXAN.
t And tohe Cemonies approprise to the occasie will take
The Lodgeisnd Fnerspmest are rpected t Lelhgpte
unae by o clock A. S., as the Pocusloa wll move pro.
dtlay at 10 eo'clok.
The Hell will he opened at II o'clock, for the recaplis of
Ldi, for whanmest will be w arved. They sn respect
tally ,vrited to be prmet.
VidltIg Brothers sre most respectfully islrited to join in thLo
Procision sad report to thO Grand Marashal.
By order of the IGHIIT WORTHY GRAND LODGE.
,JNO. B. HEI O,
TIe Oasre and Member or the GRAND EWCAUF
SMENT sad SUBORDINATE 4RNAMPRETS of the
Jadedletdi of the tatos of Limasen will meele, In Fall
' seis, at Lafaytto Squer oa
Ta.edmv, 1th ILat., at o'nleek A. M.,
For theo purpoe I taklig part in the Proeoar sad Delcat.
Ing Ceronemonis or the New Odd Fel.owo Hs'I.
Patrlarche in god Lltlding f ,m other jurtsdictisn are1
fIrteriJly lonvited to partipate.
Grand Esrbel PRAiK PVIHTER will orli,.e the Pro.
cmasos and report the same to the Orand Marshal orf the
Right Worthy Grad Lodgle lot siuamint
By order of the GRAND IPATP.IARCH.
W. C. WISON.
a c WA--REy--3
STATE OF LOLISIANA,
WHSE~AtS, The recest olsms to the dip o Mewa Or
iam sad djsms pprhes bheO Ireedead - enedtd state
of pabie hiteg, whih, If aet sperosasid, cm eslr lead to
odsd ad ammA lon to lbe sPastril Iatreits of (he
TREBagUE L H C. WAIMOTH, Goveameir (Loald.
ana, de lse als my FIeelsnasii, nmsqs all geed dtt.
ts to reb1ls em uesesmbllll L pe~lela d te, I sde
e rP t Onet sa r bles meat-g r pseales of daIer
Iteel party h bed plr In tthe smtgelseis.
3. 0. WARMOTH,
Osneoer et Lesistem.
D. JULIUS GUrEDGE, Ge A m to r Beef.
mPaI 0 I SR. C nm l steer . Dew Ore a se
esemada hm seeS he'il.. Thpl d se Mt.
- seekedse o hap