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W EDEnDAT UO W, NO ED EB a. t --.
Whbn do the Radials expect to commenei
.oting i Louisdasa? Willit be at the ne
election, or the next, or the next? Are they
doomed to a condition of perennial and
lachrymose intimidation-to a sight of ballot.
boxes which they are never to approach-.o a
IBarmaeode feast of votes in which they are
er to partilpte? Are they looking for
coming man to guide and protect them
m phantom knives and imaginary revol
tes ? Thank God ! Radicalism is dead and
buried in Louisiana.
Louisiana has gone for Seymour and Blair
by probably 25,000 majority. In some places
the Radicals (negroes) voted-that is to my,
where they could have everything their own
way; in oths they reaused to vote, but es
pt to be oated just as if they had gone
through the little formality of depositing
their ballots in te boes. It is a new ad
ageniLus plan for carrying an election, but it
frll not win. Radicalism, carpet-baggery
lnd 'trooly loll" selawaggery have received
their quietus in Louisiana.
i Wuanman--Jn his address delivered on
W~oasy eveing before the Chamber of Com
mere, Col. Burwell called attention to the
very signmeaat fet that a first clas steam
boat plying between this port and St. Louis
mast pay over $900 for wharfage dues alone,
in one round trip. Now this is a state of
afairs that should not last. High wharfage
dues a are etain means of reducing the num
bar of boats landing at any place, and such
redution must corespondingly lawn the
revenue of that place ; whereas, a cheapening
of tese rates will increase the tonnage of any
pert, and thus, in the end, raise its revenues.
This mort-aighted policy prevails in all the
towns, eusept Memphis, from here to St.
Louis; and did in Memphis, until perceiving
its disastares efeot upon her commerce, the
ou0mdl of that city put down the rates, when
leats maltiplied at once.
i We earnestly ommend this subject to the
ittention of those men of our city in whose
eands it lies. It is one of those dmrawbacks to
*6-, o a y of which now load New Or
leans. The cty is now about to inaugurate
an etirely new branch of oommeree-the
grain trade. Let us welcome it by putting
down our whrfsge dues immediately. The
merebeats have all rduced their eharges, and
it is but right that tile city should also extend
a welises hand to these men of the West,
who are now coming to our borders with
their barggs laden with cor and wheat. Such
liberality will amply repay itselL We trust
these considerations will be carefully weighed
by the merchants and property holders of
The Republican elaimr 15,000 majority on
the registered vote of Louisianp. How does
the Republican know ? Doed it count on a
registration contrived in advance ? The fact
is that tere is a Democratic majority on the
egistration, and the vote will show it.
Major Stephen F. Power, agent for the
Stenewall Oil Company, has his office at the
store of J. H. Carter, Esq., at the corner of
Canal and New Leve streets. Major Power
is so well known throughout Louisiana and
Miisippi and Arkansas, that it is necessary
meely to mention his name and place of
domicil in order to indpoe his friends to call
and visit him. Besides that, Mr. Carter him
self oers many attractions to country visi
tors, amongst whom he is so well known and
Major Power olbrs the highest market pri
ems r caton asd, and will furnish sacks
end twine to those deiring to supply him.
There will be a meetnig of property holders
and members of the real estate owners associ
ation at one o'clock on Saturday neit, at the
Merchants' and Aunotioneers' Exchange, on
Royal street, betwen Canal and Customhouse
streets. As will be seen by advertisement
published elsewhere, busineas of importance
will render the attendance of every member
War ?--A bale of cotton can be trans.
ported from here to New York by rail for
only a trifle more than it can by water.
Therefore, a bele of cotton can be sent from
Jackson, Miss., or Vicksburg, or Memphis,
to New York direct by rail cheaper than it
can be sent to New Orleans and thence to
ew York. Now, as the grower of the cotton
pays, in the differene of price, the freight
bill, is it not evident that the planter in Mis
sissippi, Louisiana or Alabms, who can send
his erop to Nw Yerk direst ad there sell it
to better advatoge than he can send ft to
Nerw Ordmasu end there dispose of it, will do
that which gives him the most money? Now
why is this so? Water transportation must
always be cheaper than rail, and yet the
freight hence to New York is very nearly
identical by both routes. Unless this matter
is remedied-unless we can run steamers and
siling vessels out of this port cheaper than
ears be ran, New Orleans will lose day by
day that cotton trade which she is now too
apt to fondly imagine can never be taken
away from her. Let oar fators and mer
hats look to this. ItLsetas ui ethat
ena lag be let aole with safety.
tsulvrt or ams GLr B1as8.-The steamshio
Golf 8tram, CapL Bpeaew, leaw york with
a good freight nd t n folowin amed pamee
Thbomas ermaet, NIe Csrmat, Jame Con
stanthie, sad twesty lI the steerage.
As hep mehed o1 preparing plates fro
prie~ , b era p y hbo y as moeet
ee or ma o. rd a e rilm d hi
iane acc sinst e d i ses te phtra imentbl
tae r emit. [ s t, ph iuap.
w Ltte d whi ersdtei ho e s itn
the les inre." t. l
*be 1mbes re wd rrm n s ew
Swera notto t at thislMatim yrtaasy be
cmead tnros over the "sad ieual"
presented blb the ity of New rmeans
"ad sp.e.i * in that tn Demoorney.
Sthe whit peaple, the only peop'e of
-tmisias, were to be mm quietly
ad resolutely esellag the right of which
Radical earpebaggursand reareantsalawmgs
have vainly schemed and eonspired to cheat
them. It would have been a joyous spec
Stacle, perhaps, the polling plaes had been
y thronged with battalions of deluded negroes,
d organied into voting parties by prolithng
adventurers, and marched bom poll to poll,
as was the amse last April. It would have
been very exhilarating, no doubt, to trooly
lal" eyes, to see the large white majority,
- constituting the people of New Orleans and
I Louisiaa, overborne by a servile mob,
wielded by imported plunderers and ignorant
r of everything but obedience to their "trooly
Sloll " Radical masera. But the day for suoh
spectacles is past in Louisian whether Grant
is elected or not Not only have the Democracy
demonstrated their ability and their determi
nation to cotrol its destinies, bt the nra
I have proved that they me uttety atunt and
t incapable to contest the supremacy with
them. It is absurd as well as als to say
that they abstained from voting on account
of intimidation. It is fLse bmsuse there
was no intimidation ; because policy, as well
as every other consideration, would have re
strained the Democray from violence; and
it is absurd because nothing can be more ri.
dieulous than that a grat and powerful party,
claiming to be in a majority, sad capable of
samerting its rights, should cower in the dust
in the face of a phantom fear. The Repub
liman knows that the fall Radical vote could
have been cast in this city yesterday, and
that there would have been no interference
with any voter in the exercise of his legal
rights. That paper knozs that the abstention
of the negroes from the polls was dictated by
their white leaders, and that it was dic
tated in order that a pretext might be inven
ted for perpetrating another outrage on the
people of Louisiana-that, in short, it was
nothing more or less than a trick; a subter
uge--the last resort of desperate political
gambler to retrieve a game which would
have been lost by honest playing. Did not
Governor Wermoth vote yesterday? Did
not Colonel Sypher vote? Did not Colonel
Sheldon vote? Did not all the Radical lead
a ve ? Did not the editors and attachEs
of the Republican vote? If these could
vote, why not the black Radicals? If there is
a feeling of antipathy in this community
against the Republican party, it is directed
not against the deluded tools, the blind and
ignorant followers, but against the corrupt
leaders; against the men who have schemed
and conspired to rob the people of Louisiana
of their rights, and who are now contriving
to cheat them of their vote in the electoral
college. If these men were safe at the polls
yesterday, the black Badicals would have
been doubly safe.
If the Republican thinks that the trick
which has been devised to nullify the vote
of this State will tend to secure the ascend
ency of the two or three hundred carpet
beggers and scalawags who have seized
upon the government, it will discover that
it has greviously erred. Its feetion is
doomed by the voice of the people of
Louisiana, and no expedients of legisla
tire legerdemain, no congreesional devices,
can ever resuscitate it It has conclusively
proven not only its weakness, but its non
entity a a political element
For some time pest many persons in
terested in the sugar crop of this year have
been exercised as to the probable yield, and
the anxiety to determine the result at the
commenoement of the season may amuse
some disappo'ntment It was apprehended,
at one time, from reported damage caused by
the storm, that a deduction on the estimates
of the various parishes, acumately made, of
ten per cent, would be about correet; but
now that some of our planters have com
menced to grind, it is well ascertained that
the yield of the rattoons ground gives satisfac
tion, and, with a continuance of favorable
weather, the crop of this year will exceed one
hundred thousand hogsheads of sugar, and
may reach one hundred and thirty thousand
If we were to give eredee to the various
reports about the exrordinary yield of iso
lated patches already ground, as a basis,
yielding it is reported three hogsheads to the
acre, the amount would far exceed any esti- t
mate we have heard. We therefore incline
to the figure we place it at, which is lower
than any report we receive from parties who
have a right to know; but making all due
allowances for contingencies and a fair deduo
tion on the inflated estimates of some planters,
the amount we place it at may be considered t
as near reliable at this time, as any eatimate
can be made. In the prish of St. John the
Baptist the old rattoons yield on Terre HRante
(J. W. Ooodbury's) plantation over a hogshead
to the acte, having ground twenty-six ar
peants ieldig twenty-eight hogsheads. The
yield is also good on other plantaons--Mar
million Bros.-and it is reported that on
ay's platation the yield on plant canes
arvage two hogaha ds to the am Undera
thee atroamanoes thee need be no appre
hemaion of ilam of the *sgamr rop this
year, or of it mot giving general sLae
lr. Athem . w is smewaL t mai feor his
remt-easa emrersy wit General 3aser, write. io
a la paper that the 9iah cls wahe bedh T
letat a eartala private oasg ef his, mo that
Geaal Baler beame pa of , has been
diese bets 8 was dmed aadviel t
manaeete he heamelder eln a
TeghM e -et as ae priateo '
eesreupeneas se e en aerater senS eta b e e
demi far g bies . ea
Lt. Chasiss sd ordlio hees, tU *ela
LU . *s-day. m sad her eemefuieels.
S There have been some nmmneessary jere
minds over the assumed damge to the cos
s" mercial interests of New Orleans that wil
.a reml kam M herb ses wMic teak place b
this city, and in its viaanty, during the werl
of that preceded Saturday lt, We grant tha
in so far as violence has been committed am
blood has been shed, by bad and dangereo
sh men, with criminal intent, such incidente e
ps the quasi-anarheby which enveloped the eit
st are to be deeply deplored, sternly reprobated
and, poebls, ceadigly punished. But
in so far s the scenes which marked that me
to morable crisis were expressive of the deter
a mined and indomitable revolt of a long out
ug raged and at length irrepressible public opi.
U, ion against a conspiracy sad usurpatioi
we plainly destructive in design aend tendency to
ly every right and every interest dear to on
people, we assert, and we are pepared ti
7, stoutly maintain at all haserds, that they at
Id not justly to be condemned or resonably de
b, plored. It was demanded by the highest an
at most sacred considerations which can appel
to intelligent and patriotic citizens that thin
public opinion should triumphantly vindicata
itself, sooner or later. The only rational re
it gret is that the vindication has been so lono
ty delayed. The only rational fear is thatit mad
1. not be, beyond question and peradventur
m effectual, final and permanent
But, meantime, this fact stands out; 11
stands out as the moral sum of what oocuu
h red in the disturbed and critical state o:
. things witnessed last week, added to the un
t mistakable significance of the extraordinarily
'e peaceful and orderly election yesterday. Tih
11 white people of this State have only to turr
and manfully confront the epileptic impoec
ture which has been striving to place them
d hopelessly under the regime of barbarous and
i- vicious negroes, combined with profligate and
, criminal white men, and that imposture will
cower and slink, and that regime will begin at
once to shrivel and fade like some monstrous
vision of a horrid dream, before their un
blenched gaze and honest frown.
d Let no one apprehend that the most signal
d proof which can be given of such a fact is
e going to hurt the commercial fame of this
d city. The commercial mind abroad is not
exactly idiotic. Commercial travelers are
a not, as a general rule, simpletons, sumphs
Y and spooneys. There is not a city in the
United States, or in Europe, the intelligent
citizens of which will not see in every mai
festation that indicates the future predomi
nance of' the white race in the South, in spite
of nefarious schemes for mongrelizing and
barbarizing that section, a new assurance for
1 the commercial prosperity of New Orleans
j and other Southern cities.
t The demonstrated moral ascendency of the
white element here and elsewhere in the State
is, indeed, a fact of inestimable value, simply
1 in its relation to our commercial and material
improvement. There is no need to dwell upon
its indefinite importance in a social and poli
tical point of view. It is devolved upon us,
in short, by every interest, every duty and
every worthy inspiration to labor henceforth,
with indefatigable energy and with invincible
I courage, to convert this moral ascendency of
Sthe white element into a fact so positive, so
comprehensive and conclusive as to defy every
device of malignity and every contingency of
misfortune. Let it be so plain and palpable
that all observers may see in it an insepar
able part of the destiny of our city and State.
Our salvation, commercial, social, political,
lies in the victorious performance of this task.
VAaIrrlxs.-"Masks and Faces," that beautiful
comedy which, already twice presented, has
charmed all who have witnessed it, will be repeat
ed this evening with the original cast. Now, that
the election is over we hope to see a marked ira
provement in the attendaee upon the really ez
cellent dramatic performance nightly offered by
Tae ACADEMY.-A good audience, despite its
being electio night, assembled last evening to
witaess the entertainment offered. The perform.
ances embraced an am in mpersonation by
Dick Ralph, of " George, the r," who sang
a ltte "hihme," and a ine ballet, beides other
ejoyale features. Th traese performance of
Mr. Dave Bawley was such conuas is rarely seen.
This gentleman is as lithe and active as a man an
be, and seems as much at home in his trapeze up
in the roof of the building as he would be on the
floor. His esudden jump from thetrapeze, hangilg
by a strap attached to one ankle, is a feat tha to
be appreciated must be uen. A good bill to
night, embracing the shabove and other attroactions.
Sr. CnHAiLs.-Jolly, good-natured Treasurer
Glemson is here, and brings with him pleasant
reminders of the old St. Churle in its glory. He
will have charge of the box-ofce during the sea
son, which our readers will remember opens to
nrorow evening under the auspices of Mark
Smith and Ben De Bar, as Sir AdhJnUy and Bob
Ac-ts in the "Rivals." The theater has been
thoroughly repaired and repainted, and preseats
a showy and attractive appearance within.
Ars' Clacts rnD MIAreauaG.--This mammoth
traveling entertainment, after an extended tour
through the 8outh and West, again returns to
New Orleans, and will be thrown open to the
public at Tivoll Circle to-morrow evening. Every
one knows Col. Amee' enterprise and liberality as
a manager, and how suoocessful he has always
been hitherto in catering to the taste of amuse
ment reekers. Bis circus sad menagerie come to
ou this year with locreased attractions, among
which are mclded Mra Lucille Watson, the ac
complished equestr eune, and Lede Gasano, a
getLune beauty from the moauntais of Ciroassia,
whence come the fairest women in the world.
We can promise thoee who visit Col. Amee' enter
tainament ap enjoyable tIme of it under the broad
An artist writee from Pompell on a late visit:
1 must notice one fact concerning this place, for
which I was not at all prepared; and this is, that
the city is more Ihke a doll 's model than a habta
tion fur human creatores of the size of life; and
yet Pompeiians were this; for one of the skele
tuns was found to be a little taller than myself,
and I certainly want a house and rooms larger
thas a chest of drawers. They have been dis
covering some paintings on glass, examples of
which they had not before obtained, although
from Poiny, if I recollect aright, it was known that
the art was practiced. I am very sorry to learn
the melancholy fact that the pictures on the walls
of houses, and even those preserved in the ma
seum, are gradually losing all their brilliancy and
cleamness--are, in short, slowly disappearing
through exposure to the air.
NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
" UBlor De Mayo,"
A Woadmrsl Flrm.
h ovrthis R a rs km 4tda - . a d usel
To raorsarr mobess me ss axpeas o as
Ampeelam e sw s he debase e m ill tfiakme asinmme
mt, bet r at M C d isimbas Itswmlem s95ite sa de.
an petam ae ntate g at F ar wUAo0. we rdtys
aae is i ther mrems mises bade. Pseesi byes
5 s dt mesdasy,. v., us r. llboestms Htel.
- byte· albit msthas m* - a . . m . a. .
the Oaser bases
TO PROFUPrT HOLDERs AIN sENRsat or THU
NSAL ElrEif OWNrr S,' ArC,,aTIOle.
a. minasebg et this Amadadst rll teks plea ss
SA lTUnrDA. em 7,IN. Ia a1 e'd ,. ,, a the
Mdn id Aetdickea, Nxdhso, oIas R st, b0.
Aeir alms thle taho mir. b5 55 be si-d
mss wth sl upatmt nmtse nadmasasidwsua
. i thakease at s5 ai ty i esma.
5- THE NEWEST, CHEAPEST,
.m | s s II IIOssI
MO0T COMPLET 8TOC OF DRY OOI
iIN TSE OIcr.
S uiam of CAmE PUNOEASBES OF BDY 0003Se M Shr
PA I L AlD WIERT r~e .
SWhlsh is mew emplkb sd WM whsi b.oghs ater Sh
OREAT DECLINE, tb.e edege o whlh we gie t emi
n ptrens La retur t for tIr bel patrmage
OUR TWO BIT COUNTER
S Has agam beo ied with Goede from ear
8- Nisha Pseee 56**k.
SIRs lu0d 0410r.
A. BRASBBMAN & CO.,
is BUS mad SM.... AGAZISE STRNEET...J" and UtS
te Ounue 8L Aundvw.
bD Direct Imweta s.
It s. GIQUNL,
f 126..... CANAL STREET .....126
I HB ast seceiwed em EUROPE per steamr SAIOWIA
mad CHEYSOLITs sin sand esmmeless asrebeo of the
follewlsg Goods, whisk ha vehe salsased by hmeK aU el
I the beb t Parihse Sy71, anmd sera l r sale at Ihe lowes
. pries, .vLs:
Scotch PEAID, POPLIN Ind OASHBMERES;
d Prta~ed and Plain DELAE;
S Phda IHMPRES OLORI-oI eols.;
Flan ad lmcy POPLIn ;
Friteld rech and Eagssu CAxaRIas;
it " ** " CALIoOSS;
Prach and Eaglis PFLANUELS;
striped and Plaid TARTANS;
Ladies' Is and COlth CLOASU;
Childre's 81sk .t
Iadies' PARABOL mand DEMI-UMBRBLLAS;
BLACK OOODS all d s rlptise;
S Lades' Irrench,ldglih and Owma I0OTTON HOSE ;
GeOmt' sad Beoy' COTTON HALF-BOSS;
Miss' COTTON HOSE;
Ladies', Gents', Misses' ad Boys' Merino UNDEs
Children's Wooleom FANCY HOSE d HALF-HOSE;
adies' BLACK LAUR BILTS;
S Embrrodiderd Musli. and Leea CURTAINS;
WORSTED DAMASK for (urss;
Embroiderei and Pl. Limes Cambric HANDKEB
Mre Anttoastts LACE CAPES;
French BID BLANKETS;
Canmmos oed Wool SHAWlSr ;
S~dies' NIGHT GOWIB and CAMOLEI;
r eALSOSL SKIRTS;
iLades' sad Chfldrn's KID fsd WOOLEN GLOVES;
RIBBONMI Width and Color;
BRIDAL WREATHS and ARTIFICIAL FLOWESB;
MAISBILLE QCUILTS-ofl Celoes;
Figured ad Plala BOSSINTS Ler Bess;
Imbsdeened Mu a.sd Laes PILLOW OASM;
lasck Leee VEILS, CASSIMERE ad OLOTH, Et.
A fall and complete arsortmem of PERPURERY.
PES[ NNW OREU.
CA~ICOES; besebsd snd ewa DOME ll OS; oloT
TON /BNrI'fldS OOTTOMSADRa; DENIBMS; ae=
ORG: KERUErTI od IJNSRf5r *10 & oTOM
CHICKI; BEAD EAIsDKRRIIIBIS; SI AKUIrd;
Etc , li.
To awayr PlaMtera.
THE NEW PORTABLE GAS LAMP,
FOE CHEAPNES, BRBILLIANCY OF LIGHT. AND
CANNOT BE bURPASSED,
Are ew ISo sale at
leO .................amp .ee .................
Whbeeler & W'Umes'a
10............ CANAL STREET ........... 10)
Having leasei t lge d headsome bldig 140 CANAL
sTREET, which we have Itted up wltbhout regard to expous
we re prepored to eor fr sale bhe
NEW AND IMPROVED SILENT PEED
Wheeler l Whln es Swlut MKlcahe
AT REDUCED PRICEIB
We have competent and obligin g teacher, whom we with
to hop toostantb employed, and th service~s ta be had m
often am neesoary, fre of chrge
lo Canal Streas.
E. J. Tgler,
115 ......... CANAL 81REET...........115
Has on heand and is costasntly reosving from the best maa.
factories in Burpe anJd America,
WATCHE, CLOCKS AND JEWZLRYd
OF T1E FINBST DEdSCIPTIOSK
BHs also on hand a large and varied esortment of
TABLE AND OBNAMENTAL BILVERWARE,
Gold. Slver, 8tool and Rubber SPECTACLES med BTE
GLABSEi, Ironse and Partan BSTATUARY and FACY
Pticulalelr ttution given to the repairing of WmtVe.,
Jewelry atd lesnttlg of Diameonds.
RILVIIRWAII MADE TO ORDIR.
TEE NEW ORLEANS
AOQCVLTRUIAL WAIIHO UII
HAS BEEN REMYOED TO
e 4 ......au deleg Stwe ........ t'14
GEO. W. BIZER.
-sm.. .............comp at***.................s
BOUSE FURNISHING GOODB.
C30CtlY, CHINA, GLASS mnd HOUKEErPING
WA-orS eoploe Wht ans ho md he is hardly
worth bsohln snr.
We lnvite am eemlmatlem of our * iteak, arrivig by
ever t7 emero, md eeted with care by our Mr. Sheper .
Polite etuhk Ia wesloe, and prles metumely moderate.
eedrumet so to nay ptter tSh e0y, wheleme n so'tu
rn usd .e mm be . Bs rwU. I. _
_e aPIb- s rne as o hhehg o u
Bor~oPIso~tL Qlrr·~rr( L C
was rsOmnsop N UiiA ARC caTwr .
S Nw mLk. Wash 0se Vew1e,
FPO LADISS AID caSILDn.,
It EWST PARIS SHAIER
a Aml-A Lag Aemasdt of
At sO Oembu a Tl
R I Ch md Plaa Cd.e
NEW STTLE PAPAS0~L.
IN 11331 A1502resT,
AND AS OAA ParICe.
aew r oe r cornea ama Dewien weIe..
A3 4 Perfescttf ZMfe ttgt,
PORTABLE GAS LAMP.
Can be amd it my Oamas Lamp with a 'Mellg expes of
hlag the barm., and of .bl Dr. I. L Oeamam te
able Cbtis of at it y, ay:
" In my axperitmest with the PUEOLIWO FLUID I tled
my best te pedmae a. asetem., ad oamplett PAlED."
Be albs p:
"bI he r soem tim pst mnd GOUGh'S PORTABLE
GAS LAMP, ead Ad the tlght whbte ad N pleri to ts
inaY7, e a eea. I Can m&SW rs and it i Obeaean,
Bkea~ aid Pl ledp."
For Sgas.bose lm a lmp hab We eaquL
For fabra partlealar and ,am.an - r---Lemeaoan,
S............. c............ .. A.
WEBSTER & CO.,
Ast Ohio Ceadle OGepeay, eMaCalegh Iba m a Land
COepay, -md Inrt. o hrlp Iema, In Rmtased
faem 74 and n76 ta r t twe Oae of Peydias and Me.
s&lmas e. New Orim, La
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reeam by evay lteer n, burn mp TER LATnES
SPARISIAN PFAIONS and -TTLIL
reerD& .er MsurYuaw _e
THE ONLY MACHUIN
ADAPTSD PFO EVBTY CLAS Or FAMNILY WM
Ofm and salneemor Se eumr Ites,
1m ................ ca e sees................. INS
Wow Ore.. I.A
PECTORAL BALanXIo YraUP.
Tre may nab ,e Medidue agspa aU ameoun ot Se
COLDS, COUGHS. ASTHMAI DOIrCITIS, IN.
FLAMMATION OF THE THROAT, SPITTING OP
BLOOD, WHOOPING cOUGH, and eya
For sale thb lawbetery st the prearlet. e, 8 Chantans
sane. And adI by R Met ama; Wbhelsek. al a G 0.;
E J. BHrt & Co. Lomot eat,; mal O a& IBag.
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IMPORTER OP GENUINE LEAP TOBACCO,
166 RAMPANT ETNUgT.
Ordema. CIGAUS eit eary qmty Sfaed pirlneayal with
piatgly tow raan. AimaF LEA O000 (hu tha
SBam H a and Ame'wrIta o.) l kiada
tSMALL PUOIT01 md QUICK 3EIUaN
We aS br earetee h tr d dlpea of LANDED P3O
PouTT, IutorIs the Saothera Statee. aErese adi, t
eDtatams promptly ites.P
LIVINGSTON, EGRBTON & 00.,
No. aT Imiery aTreat. New v.. '
wm Sad at out a stnd. V amp .e..ne, _ansspe..
Bousr FareIabitg Gooda. Ptae Cutlery. Fisted Ware, Plan
Cm and Pelram owines; FOn d h, Plai am ibm.
~aed Damr an Tmeam; Se. Oas. Plaitm Peepm
-NO. EAST TWKNTIIITH 5T y NEW 01OA,
mnr es t aIsoAM oaw14 6m I IF.
PLEMESS. ,. eta..pmnandams oa asbs.Y ,
seed a~md aty at b BEam an lew 3
tQ e tanan - m t a
mA m ste nem he bt em- ammlm t
Catmeommeat sa i
TEE CITOENT I PROEPAIED T, O
o onrea sationm eor as
miabma h ~as3 y he~ n m. a
-ggges Sum E5 WA"."
Tuesday, Jombwr 10, 196.
'Te 9eiamp.mm, etea, wmll mmmae dat ie getil
ldgse Seem In time t geses at Leapetm Squao, atM 1
ohel A. ,., Sa.er ds haged their ueptnive Mardm mae
the mem willn hm Ma Camp ama med wit be vlmJ
adeo tam etilmiMe.
Undr chearge d HINR OI t 0M1[II d JObW A.
IYlTER Aeema em eGrind Mlrhl,
Comelating of alt Smbe rmt ledi.4e, wll erm he LmyAutie
Square, emath ide, reetbg asea thmale
WIado charse or JOHN DAYVY dee IwNRT NOTraNo,
Aelt m.l to GrOee MNanhal,
Ommanlta the tm a achel enkh or ta ader. win breP
M law""e sqare, west ide, raing M a Charles - treet
oUder charg ofr 3u0 WAX ed JoaHN rna,
Liemlbb a oGmed Weeghl,
omeawumg wi e es ..mla me Osoemer he sIIh Wer0t
eOrrad Lode. wil bra M Labreim Seacath a*ide,
reata MoNeerth emS.
ORDI OF' PIrOOI ON:
JOHN 3 . Ei, eamd mashal.
Aidl to OGrand Ma~tl-. P. LILL., RICHARD
FlATOCDA OW L A AA.ul aid
Jt L LA. LT.
Aitat Ald,--HRIIH OTINlUe aNi JOHN A.
ConlrMlag BaboarQdat LSedgm.
Aadilant Aids b OMds Marshal-.JOHN DARYT saM
mrieg PatriParehl becah l h Ote rd VsItinl
Amedeat Aias to onud mslt.ahi-a3gn WAX sad
Ocmlmg PNut OGmed and Oam iaof the ht Wertba
ROUTE OF PROCE8SION:
Up COemp to Deloed, deasm Dlerd to. (I hat, dowa St.
Ot-ms tna eoe, mees oealto pel. dae Rpel to St.
Lam., up .. Lo. to Olwea, up Ohue ameiel, eamem
oa to comp, up e to Odd DeSe Mawl, whie the
as will hai nM! opined t the lght ad litiL
The orind Nohel, with hbs lr Aide, wll thi pa.
betwem the II. to e enemse hd. atnmutg with the
TIedaS emed a d r s teibemea, I taw Ie.r der, me the
Dl e... o oU .O.m 3.. whL ae w.,i.. ,l heo is.
eam. by A. tu.LLacs aUNs. emo W. .sAc.,
LoSoh NUSH, J3o.A amsWroan MA fLXANI..
And the Oaemels ppreprtewm i the eealea will taet
The Ldg asd Sm.apme m uwpated at layettoe
Squarmby Oclek A. Ma, I the re.em. will ere pre
eafi at 10 e'l e&.
The Hall Wl be peed at II o'ed a, for the rmeeetie of
adles., for whboe mebas wilt be reer. Te arepet.
fkil vtled to be paeet.
Vldabg Dreabrs an meet meaaetihebrlb r*d te.j ja the
Preemmim maa nepert t the Greed MersheL
By erder of the RIGHT WORTY GRAND LO, oD.
JNO. B. HElO,
The Oleer mad NMeAn of he GRAND ENCAMp
3MI? and SvBORDINAN INCAMPMNNS it the
IadMeem e the St o m Leed.ta will e...me., ta ull
argeat t mlyes imer ae.M
Tme'., Is e.. .s " . *See A. Mr.
Prw ihopempoe wh thisg pag is the Preaieag mdf Dalei.
lag obeemlem of she New Odd Pelewe' Hal.
Patelseh Io geead dwl Lem ethe jubdeditmoe are
baerally bae to pe u a
Gaird Maathl PLAIN P1s151B will eremae the Pro.
nemis ad pert a am to ei armad aib alt the
ight Weashy oGrad Le4 be seemetma
B molder O tihe GAND PANSIA1m.
W. C. WLilOW.
".r Tie- .g. _ide Sas*. t
New bieua e,
r oI rer mle in een i ase.o i
mu---l. mbl Wa .te i. amS .
e ll- at.., IaSeaMlaY 1ep- seA UYet al.
e 0 ,wrls me a ·ky eLtI dI ampt
rmtees Modhaye, ai r"matdo et 3 a. i;.ra'rivedur MoS
N 5I_ bMed Ie•.-.
A. u 5. OLD . CO'.
perese s1ada TheeO-4 O i as aI Ives d
dTired amatswn Ue 8. m.UnD.
Dau i3-New Orlks to ahr. leae di Learm
3mb UiS-New Orleme to Oma4 mepr depertee daI 7,
Nmr. . r. a., uedep an 1y at. sArle ait 5 i
hea o** Tened, deatr od a at r ea. aMdray
Ia A. e. Aa Mondy a.d Frid morning,
aute HO--De Oriee t Arollce. r al Jefn ity a,
Saute MUe-r. O.ea uto Sar . tl entLow
Daub U-NewOrm d Coalugeam La., We
atau.smte eme md nte oum, a
De'u New G l reim, to T Alisa Temadetd,,redam,
ab UMs-ew ROr, Per to tee. hIoyt.a Jall te
--rihea .em, e u m. m a .
l me-Neaday, med Ptay emd he . ..uki irl
nr bl m, 6es.es
aardem ata m hid A. 3 eeea.s seturep a .i
homesh r Gaglanma, et Insemet A
AlremealflMUrem Yomewleaa med
-"-el Id simm aeAe. s. eme se.7 m.
M aedige ISta HeMi lime malk.ssd
b*,el em m h L e - & Sj Ammet I.
5. V1. TAUIPM)a,
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