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The New Orleans crescent. (New Orleans, La.) 1866-1869, November 07, 1868, Morning, Image 4

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t3I'TURDAY'MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, ItqS that
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i.VOLI CIR('LF-·am.I'e Sires..
ilaTItep ES-At Varieois. Acadmnrof Muaic, anot ire'.. men
THE SUNDAY CazSC,'rT.-The Sunday Cass- halt
r, in all respects, is papr which we offer ori
,sw creditable to the literature and journalistic to a
aesterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the inns
latest news by telegraph and mail, with in- po
teresting local events, with a miscellany of quay
literary contributions original and selected, it do
d with the latest financial and commercial ith
telligence, it is a paper which we it
mrfIer to the public with entire eon-c ten
dence in its being acceptable. The con
Iuaday CRcsr8 r being carefully and leisurely fore
d, is paper the advantagesrl of advertaeising at
iUn which are so apparent that nothing further vind
on the subject need be said. tickc
- _-OI pIRreLs-smee'Olreas.
The Weekly C rr.Th, issued every Sat- hat
arday morning, contains the news of the thos
tweek by telegraph and mail, editorials,n- pol c
local matters of interest, financial and ommercialom- i b
ntercial summary, state of the markets and argu
a" collection of interesting miscellaneous
articles. It is being acceptable present to send cof b
to a friend or correspondent in the coun- seen
try. Copies, put up in wrappers, ready f or o
the mail, can be had at our counting-room.ther ind
We will receive a limited number of adver- caus
Tssmenta for the Weekly, and ev the papert- e
rday motes rnin all the surrounding States, itshus
ue by an advertising medium is very grea toe
The circular of the T minity High School
las just been laid upon our table. The school
tlocated at Pass Christian, on the coissis
ippi coast, within a few hours run of the its e
city. It is controlled by Rev. Win. Cameron, c
i. gentleman of ability and long experience, choo
assisted by Mrs. E. J. Caldwell, a lady fully ler a
qapable of discharging the onerous duties bler
Shich, as matron of the establishment, will
to her lot. The building used is that in (
erly occupied by Dr. Savage, and it is too inuar
well known to our citizens to need any com
isent upon it. We wish Mr. Cameron suc- wi
will
sean, and trust that his institution will soon
,o its place in the ranks of flourishing fero
f uthern schools. Persons interested can its it
ibtain circulars and other information by sible
sddressing Mr. Cameron at Pass Christian. Tabl
i The Republican says that the Democrats some
Pave cast 60,000 votes in this State out of
140.000 registered. The Republican does not
know how many voters are registered, but we
sill give it the benefit of its estimate, and
ie assert that the Democratic vote is a ma
jority of the registration. In thirty-four par
ishes, thus fhr heard from, the Democratic
dace
vot- (in aoe parishes majorities only being
,iven) is more than 54,500. The full returns by a
would show about 62,000 Democratic votes in
those parishes. There are fourteen parishes mor0
Set to hear from, and these will bring the rock
Democratic vote up to at least 75,000, perhaps the
b0,000 in the State. The Radical trick of not W
voting will fail of its effect. The Democrats strin
would have carried the State handsomely if abov
every stay-at-home voter had gone to the polls l ct,
and cast a Radical ballot-and the Republican imag
knows it. stine
- ----- rash
The Republican tries to oscape from the him.
responsibility which we cast upon it by say- and
ing that in Missouri and West Virginia (Ten- that I
nessee, we presume, it omitted by mistake,) the e
the laws of Congress have had no operation, rathe
Ilt that "the loyal men of those States were habit
themselves strong enough to disarm those in y
their midst," etc. This does not affect the abon
oint. We asserted that a large portion of thro
e voters in those States are disfranchised, ous
and they are-that they were distranchised but s
by the Radicals, and they were-for political muta
pauposes, and they are. The question is, tame
could the Radicals carry those States but for Imm
this disfranchisement? If they could, then other
lhe disfranchisement is unnecessary and the tsr
falk about "destroying the nation" is all suppi
ribnsense, even if the excluded voters sought more
trle nation's destruction. If they could not, poe
then our case is made out. But the point body
does not require argument. Everybody as
knows that the three States above named are Radi<
Iemocratic, and that their existing State gov- fount
tqnments represent only a minority of their thj
pieople. going
Let the protesxt for disfranchising the white ton i
people of those States be what it may, the real reaso
motive is to enable the "trooly loil" minority are 1
to possess themselves of the offices, and to collis
cast the electoral votes for Grant Everybody that (
knows, too, that Virginia, Mississippi and cal e
Texas were excluded simply because it was outsit
known that they would vote for Seymour, and lower
that the carpet-bag Legislature of Florida publi
usurped the cho ce of electors for the same torer
reason. These facts are so well known that conse
to discuss them is absurd. Let the Radicals his a
maintain that they have a right to disfran- gress
chise everybody that won't vote their ticket, upon
but don't let them add hypocrisy to outrage cons
by denying that they have done it wherever could
they could. conce
Messrs. E. Newman & Co., 48 Union street, out
the well known and popular cotton factors,
furnish us with sample specimens of the
"Peeler" cotton, from plantations in Iss- otse
quena county, Mississippi. This variety is, We
one may say, a medium between the Sea ton,
Island and the common staple-a fact which 3 P
is proved by the price it brings in the New of thi
Orleans and the New York markets. We ter of
iiformed that this article brings as much as ford
,'ight cents a pound more in the markets men- Geori
ioned than the ordinary classes received in fede
ew Orleans. Messrs. Newman & Co. have Madia
n large consignment of the seed of Peeler pe f
lotton on sale. wish
Ba;LLY, CaLSCnT CrITY DaxoCaTrs! - Every
tember of Cot. Fred Osden's famou slab, the
Crescent Cittea. who favor, the roasu tkio will.
:mt only of the club, but of the city of New Or- 1Om
leas and State of Loalmisfa, (ecoad al to o'cloc
Old Virginia.) i equested to meet atthe wigwam
tbiL evetr.g at halpeat 7. The preseatee of '
testimaonial to restrg ooers fll *cLr at the
samae time. Eigt
I.IAIITO AND TINE ICfiLO t UoMAT
It is a great mistake to assume, as an infer
S. ence from the presidential election, that the
reaction which manifested itself upwards of a
, year ago in the North, against the Radicals,
has altogether subsided, and that a new reac
tion in their favor is now in progress. If the
*. political fallacies, excesses, and profligacies
which constitute the sum of what is known as
*' Radicalism. fell into popular odium a year
ago, it is a moral and a logical impossibility
that they should, without change of essence,
- command popular favor and excite popular
enthusiasm now. Andthey have not changed,
within that period, in any other way than to in
tensify their bad qualities and aspects. There
fore, the reaction referred to, if it really ex
isted at any former time, cannot be utterly
null and inoperative to-day. Such a move
ment may be temporarily interrupted or de
flected, perhaps; but it cannot come to a dead
a- halt while still confronted by the cause which
er originally provoked it into activity. That is
io to say, the provocation continuing, the reaction u
ze must also continue as a vital element of the
a- political problem. It is like the unknown
of quantity in an algebraic calculation. As yet
I, it does not admit of precise statement; but it
al is bound to tell in the final equation.
re It is quite true that the reaction of North
- emrn sentiment against Radicalism failed to be
le concentrated in favor of the Democratic ticket
ly for the Presidency. But, on the other hand,
18 Radicalism has failed, we doubt not, to be
ar vindicated in the success of the opp )sing t
ticket. The reaction was, in fact, constantly
present in the campaign'; but it operated as
a scattering and unorganized force. Even
ie thus diffused and weakened, it was sufficient 1
* to compel the supporters of Grant to discard
" all strictly Radichl issues, and to shape their
ad arguments on his behalf with the express
purpose of commending him to conservatives
id of both (parties. And it was also sufficient to
secure a gain of twenty-seven Democratic
r Congressmen, besides laying Ben. Wade on
L the shelf, suppressing Ashley, and almost
r- causing the defeat of Butler by a formidable
er Republican bolt.
s Now that the obstructions incident to the
L presidential campaign are removed, it may be
confidently expected that the anti-Radical re
action will operate with renewed, and, in
some respects, unprecedented vigor. One of
its effects will be an irretrievable split in the
1e Republican party. Before he has been three
" months in office, Grant will be called to
' choose between Sumner and Fessenden, But
ly ler and Trumbull. And it is scarcely possi
ble, in the nature of things, that he can
avoid a collision with the Radical extremists
in Congress and out of Congress. Such a
a quarrel was fomenting for Lincoln; such a
1- quarrel burst upon Johnson; such a quarrel
will be thrust upon Grant as surely as the t
leopard shall retain his spots, the tiger his (
!g ferocity, the viper his venom, and Radicalism e
'n its instincts. Hence it is by no means impos- t
sible that these words of the New York Round c
Table, though they may sound strangely to
some ears now, will hereafter prove to be within c
the line of historic truth : "But a little while t
it and there will be no sin so vile, no purpose e
so heinous, but the Radical press will impute
it to him. They do not believe it to-day nor {
will they believe it in any considerable num- t:
bers before the 6th of November. But after
the fatal deed is accomplished, when their
discomfiture is more thoroughly assured than
by any other means It possibly could have v
been, not even by the election of Mr. Bey
Smour, then will the Radicals call upon the
rocks to fall upon and the mountains to cover
them.'
We agree with the Round Tallc that a
strong reason for such an anticipation as thee
if above consists in the fact that Grant's intel.
Is lct, being more military and practical thin
n imaginative and adventurous, will be prone in
stinctively to reject the fantastic schemes and
rash experiments which will be urged upon
e him. But we should say that the profoundest
and most immovable ground for the opinion
- that his election involves the discomfiture of a
) the extremists is to be found in temperament,
, rather than in purely intellectual traits and 11
e habits. As long as a man lives and thinks, he
n may change his notions about government,
e about theology, about cosmogony, abolut an
f thropology, about sociology, about the vari
L ous physical and metaphysical philosophies; p
d but with all his mutations, or possibilities of
l mutation, his temperamnent will remain the c
Sbame. Nothing, humanly speaking, is more
r immutable than that. In Grant, as in every t
a other person, it is a part of essential charac
e ter-an element of personal identity. To h
1 suppose his temperament to be different to
morrow from what it was yesterday, is to sun
pose that he will be no longer Grant, but some
body else. If, then, there has always been,
V as Wendell Phillips complains, and as the b
SRadical journals all admit, wide diversities,
tfounded in temperament, between Grant and a
r the extremists, these diversities are not
going to disappear in consequence of his elec
e tion to the presidency. On the contrary, by
reason of his occupying that position, they
V are bound to clash in a direct and violent
)collision. And what then? Simply this,
V that Grant must look for a party, or a politi- s
1 cal combination, to sustain his administration
Soutside of the Radical leaders and their fol- c
I lowers; that he will find the eonserv itive RI
a publicans in Congress too few, taken alone,
5 to render him the desired support; and that,
Sconsequently, his only hope of gaining for N
5 his administration a preponderance in Con
- gress and in public sentiment, wilube to unite
upon some common policy D)emocrats with
e cont nrvative Republicans. Of course, this
r could only be done by making substantial 3
concessions to Democratic opinion with
out forfriting the good will of his Republican
supporters. Such is the problem which he
will be called on to solve, almost from the
outset of his administration.
We notice the marriage, last week, in Can
ton, of Miss Dell Shackletord and Mr. W.
M. Priestly. The lady, one of the loveliest a
of the lovely fair of Mississippi, is a daugh
ter of the distinguished Chief Justice Shackle- I
Sford of that State, and sister-in-law of CoL
George Moorman, a gallant soldier of the Con- ly
federate army, and now the popular sheriff of
Madison county. We thank the happy cou
Sple for their kind remembrance of us, and p
wish them the fullest measure of earthly joy.
Wildey Encampment No. 1. L O. O. F.,
will hold a regular semi-monthly session, in t
room No. 5, at the new hall, this evening,at 7 v
So'clock.
New Yk. prime for Grover & Baker's family o1
sewlng macmm at the ofce, I1t Ca altreet
Machies warramed for lve years. Hemmer,
qester, tacker s bralder with each machine. re
IT. ADZlWVY COWAY.
fer- Parson Conway writes to the Picaysne that
the be intends to stay in Louisiana, and that no
i a body has a greater interest than his in the
ala, prosperity and grandeur of the 8tate. There
mc- is nothing like these carpet-bag Radicals for
the sticking. " Jew David's Hebrew Plaster"
ties used to have an extraordinary cohesive
Sas reputation, and " Spalding's Prepared
ear Glue" was supposed to be unequaled for
lity converting hopeless fractures into per
ice, manent coherence. But Stanton and Rol
olar lins have driven the famous plaster clear
eed, out of mind by the manifestation of their in
in- comparable sticking qualities; and for main
ire- taining the connection between a Radical
ex- carpet-bagger and a plundered people Spald
lrly ing's glue cannot be mentioned in the same
ve- day with a good fat office. Of course Con
de- way will stay in Louisiana-of course he has
-ad an interest in the State-he has the normal
ich interest of a carpet-bagger, to draw a salary
tis to which he has no moral right, and he will
ion stay just so long as he has a chance of draw
the ing it, and not a day longer.
wn The Parson, in the course of his letter,
yet relates an anecdote of a simple-minded coun
t it try gentleman who gathered the opinion from
the newspapers that the Parson was, not to
th- put too fine a point on it, "a d-d rascal,"
be and so expressed himself unknowing of the
ket sacred presence in which he stood. What is
ad, the Parson's object in relating this incident
be does not clearly appear. Perhaps he takes a
Lng natural pride in having attained that peculiar
tly pre-eminence which evoked the objurgatory
as and depreciatory ejaculation which he at
'en tributes to the simple-minded country gentle
ent man-an ejaculation, it must be confessed,
ead more emphatic than elegant, and more pro
eir fane than polite-but the probability is that
ess he intends to lead a simple-minded public to
res the conclusion that newspapers are entirely
to unworthy of credit, in that their opinion of
itic Parson Conway is by no means flattering
on to that itinerant and prehensile ecclesiastic.
ost Now, we respectfully submit that this is as
ble suning the point at issue. Yet, after all, how
could a mendicant carpet-bagger help display
the ing his essential characteristic. Having no
be thing else to beg, except the pardon of people
re- whom he had slandered, he naturally begged
in the question. If Parson Conway had brought
of forward some reliable testimony or some good
the reasons to show that the opinion of the news
ree papers and the public was unjust-something,
to for instance, to offset the evidence of Steed
Ut- man and Fallerton's report-his anecdote
i" might have been relevant, and the simple
minded gentleman might have been induced
ste to believe that he stood in the presence of a
la sacerdotal saint. But, like others of his
a class-like all "trooly loil" patriots and expon
rel ents of avid carpet-baggery, the Parson seems
the to pride himself precisely on those things
his of which other people would be most
sm ashamed. The public regard him as an in
on- truder and a carpet-bagger, which is the sum
nd of what the public regard as offensive and
to contemptible; the newspapers reflo t the
tin opinion of the public; a simple-minded coun
ile try gentleman resolves this opinion into the
Ise expressive and comprehensive formula of
it "d--d rascal;" and Parson Conway relates
or these circumstances as if they were some
m- thing very much to his credit. Ordinary
ar people would consider them exceedingly dis
creditable; but who can account for the in
an tellectual vagaries and the moral obliquity of
ve vagrant and mendicant carpet-baggery
yP
he eDITOaIAL rAlAOn &r~ s, Er'o.
r iolby is still managing Dickens in England.
I't rtumed tootbhpicks are the latest novelty.
a Ahlx cder T. Stewart's daily income is $10.000.
hGe Gold closed in New York yesterday at I;- !
el- 133.
an lsabella receives no sympathy from English
aristocrats.
ad An excellent cotton crop is ready for shipment
frQm Queensland.
on Victor Emanuel has been very ill, and it is said
'at will abdicate in favor of Prince lHumbert.
on Jennings, of the London Times, is coming here
of again.
it, It has been decided in St. Louis that to rob a
id lamp-post letterbox is mail robbery.
he Bertbha, the new Vienna singer, is expected to
t, eclipse Patti and all the other reirning favorites.
A man in Toronto, deaf and dumb since the age
of five years, has had the two lost senses restored.
S An Englisheb rector was caught using gravestones
s; for his new and much admired sidewalk.
of The Museum of Anatomy of Naples has rea
he ceived a P'erovian mummy of the Inca race.
re In Detroit all the police court fines are devoted
ry to a public library.
c- They have a "wickedest man" in London, and
ro his name Is Francis Jones.
The Edinburgh Belect BSubscription Library, es
tablihed in 1-00, now contains 22,t,0 volumes.
A Roman villa has been unearthed at Pains
-" wick, England.
nA congress of deaf and dumb persons has just
be been held at Berlin.
a, Sour grapes ehould be taken very moderately
i at this seseon of the year.
ot Two bales of up.and cott n brought forty cents
e a pcund in Savannah last week.
bIn Vienna they have a theater, the entire com
pany and orchbestra of which are women.
ey A right to fish in Taunton i;reat river, Mase.,
was, on Thursday, sold for $718.
S The trade betwea Cubs and the Southern
ti- States is increasing.
)n Cherokee county, Texas, makes 500 bales of
,l- cotton this year.
Persia is buying 12,000 Rieminrgton rifles in
S Euroue.
I wo American companies are boring for o;l in
Northern Italy.
or T'he freedmen's borenau has cost, during the past
Syear. 13.977,000.
te Thanks to the offcers of steamer Louise for
tl late Mobile papers.
s Mr. John h. Paul. of Yazoo, M.u., died on the
al 30thult.,atthe age of 6.i.
h- We have been favored by the Southern Expres
with late Northern and Western papers.
e Andriantslttohaina and Rafaralahibemalo signed
e the Madagascar treaty.
A balloon in St. Louis is under attachment for a
printer's bill.
Whisky is now called, in Radical circles, Con
n- gres water.
Napoleon wears a one hundred dollar Panama
st hat.
h- The timbers are being delivered for the erection
e- of a new Presbyterian church, In Forest, Miss.
i. One and a halt billion worth of liquor is annual
. ly sold in the United States.
of The trade between Norfolk sad Baltimore has
Increased so much lately uas to nseessitate the em
ployment of another boat on the Bay line.
The residence of Robert ILoa, of Coaboma
Scoaunty, Miss., was destroyed by fire on the night
of the 21st nit.
Gea. Lee, mounted on hi. silver gray horse, at.
in tended the Valey Agrioultural Fel t tauoton,
7 Virginia.
A free public reading-room has just been
opened in Edinburlg by a private gentleman. A
Scheap retaurat is to be added.
S The total receipts from the theaters, concert
rooms and other public places of smausement I -i
Partl, s Auget, eat usted to £03,9. .belig as
aerease of £8,$23 on the prevos i m th.
hat Sweet eider sells fer twel4wve Beate a galboa
no- In Connecticut. The hoasewive are using it ex
the tensively for the masunfotre of mince pies.
re The airing of be has bees letituted since
for May, 1867, for parties, but now ohignoes ean be
had per month.
r elle, the Parieia flower-girl of the Jockey
le Club, bhas been eclipsed by M'ile de Ia PerIe,.
red who now monopolises the trade sad the favors.
for The Bombay potentate, Chimmialee Mahary,
r.- has married a girl of ten years. He paid $10,000
lol. for his bride.
ea William Starke. a black negro, who can neither
in- read nor write, has been appointed p.atmaster
at San Marino. Dinwiddle oounty, Va.
In Connecticut, a boy of twenty has juast mar
ried a widow of 60 who has seven children. The
Ld- eldest is six years older than his new "papa."
me In England they ine $500 and dismiss from
on- office any revenue officer who takes an active part
has in politics.
eal State fairs now have a new wrinkle. One in
y New Hampshire offers three dollars premium for
will "the best child." All that cry are counted out.
A block of granite, 100 feet long, 23 thick, 20
wide,and weighing 3600 tons, has been quarried
at Richmond, Va.
ter, The "Tennessee Mounds" are being explored.
un- and human remains, pottery, shell ornaments,
om vasesand stone idols discovered.
t to Bolivia has given Brazil 16,000 acres of land, in
1," return for various "decorations" of the Bolivian
the president.
t is At the elose ca 1887 there were over 2500 miles
ent of railroad open in Italy. At the close of 1870
there will be nearly 4500.
sa A statue was recently inaugmuated at Brmilng
ham, England, to the memory of James Wert, the
ory inventor of the steam engine.
at- In 1866 more than eighty-one per cent. of the
tie- immigrants from Ireland to the United S;.aes,
ed, came over on steam vessels.
o- Thanks to the officers of the steamers Celeste,
hat Leni Leoti and Right Way, for late papers and
to other favors.
A negro, who had stolen a horse, was shot and
ely killed a few days ago near Spring Hill, while at
of tempting to escape from a constable.
ing The Republican Congressional Executive Com
mittee circulated 4.000,000 documents during the
as. campaign.
o er Majesty has been graciously pleased to
confer the vacant ribbons of St. Patrick upon
the Marquis of Waterford and the Earl of Erne.
Rev. Jeremiah Porter and wife, the veteran
pie pioneers of Wisconsin, expect to leave soon for a
,ed new field of labor,to which they have been calied,
ht on the Rio Grande, in Texas.
od A writer in the New York Citizen says: "If Ply
',. month Bock had landed on the Pilgrim Fathers it
og,would have accomplished something worth talk
ing about."
The ./o,,rnalde Mede,/ne of Paris, commenting
on the general state of health in Europe, men
tions that at the present moment there is not a
ed trace of sny epidemic on that continent.
a The cotton raised at the foot of Mount Veen.
his vius (called the Castellamars cotton, from the
n- name of the shipping port,) is only surpassed by
ns the sea island cotton of South Carolina.
igs Dr. Alston, physician of the pest house in Naash
rs ville, has had one patient in the last six months.
i- Be draws pay at the rate of six dollars per day,
and desires "to be continued.'
The portrait of Washington has been placed
nd under the grand canopy, in front of the town hall
he of Barcelona, In place of the picture of Iasbella
in- Segunda, torn down.
he Prentice says the Southern carpet baggers are
of so haunted with fears of the Ku-Klux that they
es tremble at the clucks of every motherly old
ne bhen.
The savings' banks of the State of New York
report 4'7 ,00 as the number of depositors, and
$14l,00.000 as the amount of deposits. Of this
n- sum, t49,000,C0, or over one third, are invested
of In United States bonds.
A gray eagle was killed in Williamson county,
Tern., a few days ago, which measured nine feet
from tip to tip. He had to be shot three times be
fore he tell. There are several others in the same
neighborhood.
Weston, the pedestrian, is now preparing for his
great walk ot five thousand miles in one hundred
consecutive days. Startlag from an extreme
sh point in Maine he will cross several States east.
ward, and bring up finally at St. Paul, Minn.
The newest trade for the fashionable world is
the hiring of fruit for grand banquets. In the
same way as people hire crystal for balls, out
grown apples and pears, prize melons, etc., are
hired for the central piece.
A large number of miners from 3Montana have
reached St. Juseph within a few days past. On
a the night of the 27th there were three men at the
Pacific House with gold bars and dust to the value
of $20,000.
Nine young men who left Rouen on their ve
Slocipeces at 7 in the morning, reached Paris at 9
in the evening. They performed the distance of
thirty-two leagues in eleven hours, having rested
tLree hours during the day.
Miramon' a wife, who lives now in Bruossels, is a
tall, slender, black haired lady of thirty, though
ed she looks much older. She speaks very bitterly
nd of the c'urt of France and Austria for allowing
her and her children, as she says, to starve.
The old King of Hanover, who was supposed
to be hopelessly Iblind, is really recovering bhl
Ssight, and has hopes of its complete restoration.
His children, even his handsome yonung princesses,
tare all near slghted.
George Ellis, book and periodical depot, 7 Old
ly Levee street, has placed on our toble the Albion
and the Ihound Table, of the 31st ult. George
its takes pleasure in furnishing his friends anything
in the literary line, from a firstclass weekly to a
m. 2500 volume circulating library.
A woman was lately by mistake shut up in the
vaults of a small village church In Sweden, where
she remained eleven days. When found she
ro merely asked for some water, and benlag treated
with great care, perfectly recovered in a few
of days.
A gentleman who has been at Knoxville, and
in who had an interview with Governor Brownlow,
says that the latter is so extremely feeble as to
in forcibly suggest the idea of his early decease.
Be is barely able to talk, and is totally inadequate
tst to the task of walking.
'The emperor of the Brazils has sent to tfr. John
o Miers the decoration of the rank of " Dignitorio "
of the Order of the Rose, the highest civil distinc. 1
he tion in the empire, in consideration of the import
ant services which he has rendered to the empire
by his reports on the contents of the exposition at
Paris.
ed The photographic mission sent by the North
German Federation :ato Upper Egypt, under the
direction of Dr. Domichen, to take photographsof
a series of antique monuments and inscriptions.
lately left Cairo on board the Aigle, which navi.
gates the Nile under the flag of the Confedera
Uon.
Or Priday the ,tl tns*, .at tif- 9pet o'e9·ek p. a, Mrs.
i AlsLAiDo5 bva azi, rtets Joba if Wt.
The friends of the am ly are resp fully invited to atand
thetunnrsi ThlS AFTBRNOON. t u' ocl.ck tro haet lits
I rrs-encr. Mo 37 Pampart street.
SNEW PEPFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
" ~'lor De Mayo,"
A Wmdaerfa P10ow.
a, Th. Fragras of tht Extret la so ldnua adaruable
ibrr ,,a, two hr dp nscsry tr perfume a hand
In ta. ba stela lakasi os absdlau a sad as. Ue
cafe  *Psam .sb e i L1s Dl / m MA. . 1l5dy's
A loUseis eomp155a ut abos tieasl xtral Wareaed
PHALON & SOM.
ItI aI sd_ , g. i., s 'er eS. Nidholas tBaL
tiL~~~~U.)
SIR mmr ýtSII llr.. '
S At a metlag of the f eor >a Ih b isember 
ex- 1M.w th fethowila Reeesi was aaaaioait adopted. ias:
RiesPeed That a .s.mite of three be apstmed by the
Presidet. for tim Speeal pupes of aseattlag with the dif
ferent DemaeUs Clabs of New Or ea fr e eam of their
Basases and Flgs. er he p rpose ofa eaxtd WldMa r te
beomet dthe difereat rphea Asylamu 1 this it, uad that
key the ommittee so appoited hae full power to tramest cmy
bs, sises for this Club is referenc to the object Is view.
. WM H. WALL,
Aetlsg Secrtary. 81
,oe Adl Partfea ltevreated
ther MAKING HAY
star Are informed that durng Pridey and Saturday, Novembero th
had 7th, the
DAIh'S O"IO MOWig
nar* AND
The WARNWRIS HAY &rAKE
Will be is operation ut cing and rablag Hay on the Woaebe
property, on she NOw Or earss and i'urrulhton P ee Baltread,
rom between arthe and (Greeville stasrones OGe Scrre htuor
can be -nt and raked by one mano bing two su ina rth
part m.wer aund one t the rake All are seol d to ee theae ma
chines of great value to every planter in aeeal opeaios.
THOS. B. BODLEY & CO.,
Sn Dealers In all culs of Machiary and Agrltultural
for Implemets, Not Prerdlqo ltret, NowOrloeaa.
. Sugar Plasters, .altent, n !
ted I bare Just received a lot of my improved iNabhes. for s
CLAXIFYUIO CANE JUICE BT FIME4 OP SULPHUR.
red, Relytng upon the general sis e ation reodared by the Me
chines I have furnished in past seasons. I feel assured
preret lot. havving thlle Imtmprvemete that r '
expe·iee could aget, are the best Maehies erwr Made
1, fo trhe purpose. 0
rian 2 hery sete the fames, purify them ad thoroughly lmpreg.
nate the ane juice with them A. samploe i os ohibtites at
the Marblery Depot of TLHO B. BODLtY C o.B. . e
Pis ae street, Now Orleisa, who wil ll eriers for thIb or
870 lurmush any information.
W. A. JORDAN.
Ins.Bey Goods.
the
'ed* TIHE N\I?\VI T, < 'II-HAPES'T,
ate, 3 0a eo aM41ox,1 aw
and
-AN-TO
and MObT COMPLETE STOCK OF DRY GOODS Et
at
IN THE CITY. -
om
the -
to The undersigned take groat p'se re Is calling the attoe. S
tion of CASH PURCHABBBI OP DRY GOODS to their
1. FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
ran Which is now complete, and which was bought after the
ir a GREAT DECLINE, the advantogs of which we give to o 15r
ed, patroL> in return for their liberal patronage.
)ly. H
OURN TWO BIT COUNTER R T
IIas again been filled with Goods from our
kng rslher Priced steak.
en
It A. BRABELMAN A CO.,
586 and 588... MAGAZINE STREET....dS sad 55S
ern Corer RS Andrew.
the -
by s8petal .oltae
toh
TO PROPERTY HOLDERS AND MEMBERS OP THE
h- REAL E81 ATE OWNERS' Ae&OCIaTIOt.
A ,prcial Meeting of this Association will take place on
A, SATURDAY., Noeembe 7 I'7, at 1 o'clock P. ., atthe
MYschants' andAutlioneers' Exchange, on Roal street, be
cad tween Canal and Customhouse streets, when the Articlee of
Associatlon and the organslation under the ame wi. be osub
mitted with other important matters now under cosiderattom
serlouely afectmg the iterest of all property owners.
Those who bhave signed the PI't, and all others who intend
are becoming memb rs, are invited to attend.
Say SAMUEL PLOWER, 1
old Secretaory pro tem.
To Sugar Planters.
md -
his TIlE NEW PORTABLE GAS LAMP,
ed Can
-A-aSO-
PFU OLINE FLUID, aba
ty, -WHICn- able
FOR CHEAPNESS. BRILLIANCY OF LIGHT. AND
bePERFECT SAFE Y.
me CANNOT BE bURPASSEP,
Are now for Wale at GAl
hi 10.... .....C......amp Street ...... .....I.....O
redUP STAIRS.
me ----- -- ------------- -- F
St. IR moral ........... ......Remseal. F
ire
lye
THE NEW ORLEANS
AdiIC1LT IAL WAREHOUSE
On HAB BEEN REMOVED TO TI
the L
Ine Ie. .........Careadelet Street........ W. 9 CO
e OEO . W. BTZER.
of E. .. Ttler,
ad 11.... .' L SREE...........ANAL SRE..11 a
a llason htd and is coastantly rceiving from the bt mnau- -
h fuactorirf in Europe and America,
ry WATCH.E, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
OF 1111 FIIIST DESBCRIPIIONS.
ted IN]
hbi Hlas lso an hand a large and varied assorntmnt of
TABLE AND ORNAMENTAL BILVERWARE,
PLATED WARE,
id Gold SIl:or, Steel and Rbber PPCTACILES anded YRE I
0O GLASSES, trvo.ze and Pruan STATUARY and FANCY
ge lOODS. B
ig Partica'r attention givesn to the reparing of Wahree,. Noe
Jewelry nd resettlng of Diamosnds
NILVERtWAIE MADE TO ORDER.
the ItSRertal. wit
ere eto
ihe - Cat
ed -
e \EBSTIER & CO.,
Wheoleale Greoers,
w, Agrents Ohio Candle Company, McCullough Shot and Lead
t0 C'om.auy, and Importers o(f Foreign agars, have Removed
frn;,o 71 and 7G Po.drs to the Corner of Poydras asd Mag a
rloce rtrvel. New Orleans La
hn .Ylrme Olrspe,
OC* 154............. rnal Street ................ t
Etrlves by every steamer from Europe THE LATEST
at PARISIAN FARHIONS and BTYLY N
Ia A
th Grorter & Baker BeiuY.lachmes,
he THAE ONLY 1%IACHINE In
of ADAPTED FOR EVEBY CLA88 OF FAMILY SEWING.
I Oice ad Saleeroom for ,uotbera Stel.
. ISS ...............C aal Street ................. ISa
ra- Nw Orlnmns. Ls
Shepard 9 HtlscAinase . as
5 ................ Camp Street............ . ..
d BOUSE FURNLISHING GODS. the
CIOOKRY., CHINA, GLASS and HOUSEKER PING
WARES ecepleta What cannot be ound bhere is hbdiy
worth leking after.
f, We tvito an uxamnatoln of our now stork. ayrivlnagy by
every steamer, slted nl with ere by our Mr. Seper.
Pelite clerks is wesitg. ad price extremel ra am
Goods sent free to say pert of te city, w hos akd reell
cur e .r ,uss t -,
fesism mE w Ds O__ tkjf.anU
bar S, -
1, via:
' 126...... CANAL STREET......12G
hBa juot eretlwe be n U pr iteasmae 8XONIA
and CHTISOLITE a Sk and amamptihi iertaim of the
IMbeis Oaed, wbhith ae Imn aiesd by Mila an of
the IaIt. Pa.is.. dSepa aL r me e a the IL-w -
Plai*, Blsak and P'olemgd SILKS;
Scotch PLAIDS. POPUN and CASIHMERS:
Prated ad Pla Pl)I LAI;
Planel EMPRESS CLOTH-4el sals;
Flaa sad Imery POPLI S;
Frinted French aad Easila OCANM IOBS
ot 'C " " ALIOOS;
red Freah asd Eaglish PLANELSd;
hhe Srilpd and Plaid TAITANS;
m m- dl' Silk and Cloth CLJAES;
SChethera' k .
Ladle' PARASOLS and DEMI-UEBRELLAS;
tural BLACK GOOD& of all desarcptlons;
l adle' French, Uaglbh mad Germa IOTON 808HOE;
Oenti' mad Boy*' t'OTTON HALF-dOSE;
Mtiss' COTTON HOSE;
LZdla'. aets', Imeed' and Saea Marino UNDE.
IT for SUIT;h:
HUH. Chlren's Wrolem FANCT HOSE and HALF.HOBE;
Sma t Igde BLACK LAUt IPLYS;
mbmtroldead Muslim ad lea CURTAINS;
WORSTID DAIAK ftr Ourtlasm;
rOde Brmlridnae and Pla Ida.. Cambrde HANDKER.
mpre. ;Same Antolette LACE CAPES;
St at Froeela BED BLANKETS;
. p Ca.itmua mad Weas. SrAWIS;
ae or Iadl4e' IGHUT GOWNS and CAMISOLS;
BAIJOYRL SKIRTS;
. La' aIdt Clde's KID ad WOOLEN GLOVE;
BSIDAL WREATHB and ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS;
MARSBILLE QUILTS-ll Colors;
Fg.red mad hlat BO3 INRETs for Barn;
mhr L"ode xMm. sand Iope. PILLO# CASES;
sT, luea VaILS, CASSIEsME and CLOTH. Ste,
A fall and complate .a ormet of PEFUMIERY.
_or_ NNW tORZ.
CALICOES;: machad and Brews DOMESTICS; COT-.
rON SIINWTIhGS; UCOITONADES DEN IUE
5I1u9 KERahIiS and LINNIIEYs; iItKINtd, w
O :HBCK4; HEAD AAMDKECIIAPSC ; BLAI4KTBT;
1D3 Etc , kI
E. GIQUEL
126 Camsl Streot
H'heeler k WUmes'u
mtin. SEWING(; MACHINES
hair
RAVE REMOVED
ar the
to or 150............CANAL S 1EET........150
HarvIg lammed t largm sad haadsmenbuilldgl0 CANAL
IC STREET, which we mhav fited upwloat regard Io ex.pma,
we ar prepared to oear for sale Lr
NEW AND IMPROVED SILENT PEED
WheaIr "b Wam Sarwtan Mueibtm
AT REDUCED PRIOCES.
We have competat and eblleig tuachera, whom we wrls
to hasp castantly empleed ad d their service* wa be had as
THE miae a necessary, fre er Charg
n on PECK BROTHERS,
al he lKe Canal street
o ofr . Perfectly ate Lsaght,
a sub
-ALSO A
otend
PIORTABLE GAS LAMP.
em.
SIP,
Can be need in any Common Lamp with a trilo in euxpnse o
ebhangtg the burner, and of which Dr. I. L. trawconr, the
able Chemist of this city, says:
AND "In my experimnts with the PUEOLIS V FLUID I trle4
my best to produce a enplosio, and Coe.p.,te y FAILED."
He also says:
"I have ~ mma time paot uaed )OUCIH' PORTIELE
OAS LAMP, and fd the light wh to and Rupertor to the
SI n ordinary coal ga I can safely recommsnd it for Cheapness,
Besaty and Perfat 8adSt."
For agar.house a th a. Lamp ham No Equal.
lt For f (ar.h larticlar and lnamerable recommendations,
ea Circular.
15......... CAMP STIREr ..........
Decousges
! PEC)TORAL BALSAMIo SYRUP.
The oily re'lable Medllm agast all .iffctions of Lhe
Lung~ and Brea, seacbh as
.94 COLDS, COUGH ATH. CASTHMA. drtEitT, In.
FLA MMIAIION OF TBN THROAT. IPInII'i OP
R. BLOOD, WHOOPIONG OOU. and eve.
OOSUPrION.
For ma at the labmta-y of the paerioor, No Charra.
11 seet. And alseby l.MoI.eae Whemlork. Flny ACo.|
S .. J. r A Cc ; oun Camel; Mamoell & Bget.
S George .Etce,
S MANUFACIURER OF HAVANA CiGARS
IMPORTER OF GENUINE LEAF TOBAH CO,
166 RAMPART STREET,
LRE, NEW OREAS
Orders for CIGANbof every qmallty Ined promatly and with
ctrictattenm.n. Slle·tgre amerpued to Havnaatmar
E isgly low rate. Al~o LEAF TOBACCO (both tam
Gao* t Htavan amd Amaamre) oa mh kil d.
Bm received a large epply of IBBIN8 from Ormd4.
No. 10. 15 and
ISMALL PROFITS and QUICK RLTIUI.4.
Horesk¢e¢p ers
Will fld at or aId ead, 9(i anip etreet : demcrtipaget
enoa FaraIhIhg (loods Ple Cuter. i'cas:d War, Fla
Ca atd'Ptiin Ulamaware: French Chlna, Pl a and Dimer.
dad DIn and Tm. Iet., tomea, ChiUa, Plain and FaaI
ftl·ls wra
RAM'L E. MOO)RF & CO.
Arrow T€a aeanad dia illasnke
Lead I 3AGGINTO.
TO PLANTER'. FA41TORd AMD DEALERm.
nr ow Imndon ci .taanhblp ('bylpt..I*e. nd ado i',(,leonda
argo la urge mek of ibm calobrattd ARROW TIE. aonacle
ualltcy Engilhrb IWronbilr'.n. to II srd 12 'met lengtoh.
rulis .d bal lo to l at ime*, Drira by
If. T. BAIlI,KrT,
N,. 4;i C'aroodelet trinal.
,/ew Goode.
TEST The risen TIMR.KIIEPRN ti oi. WorLd.,ire Orumhe
- Ln Europe are airllc@ daily I
me A. B. ORIFWOI.D , ('rA .,
Orcer Canel notd I tol cti rort
Imm.poo.r and anafactarere of l.. Jewelr, L)camo mmd
INPI. a .o e
~De Dseas of the EUe.
Dr JUIUOS BOMENGOUE (ee Asaistmt to Dr. sbel.
PatrI) OCIULIdT. 140 Canal treet.ew Orllo. Oce
hora trom i to I 'edah. Clic for Diseses of thye Eve.
S a~arda, h m toSe e'elek. Polyleama and MedIcal Ste
dmtmame lna ei fessa Oeuktcohr. momaorano. .sLk
the Opthelawg ·e. Per patients wtUI he treated adop
aimed a a of ahree.
INo tB6ISherJ s Lused. m g'Cssyc .
hy We oftrU ey r uleal.r the (spoal of LANDED FRO
d PEYr, tea., a thm Ianth ma y'uae. Eeteorie and th
a ermwaid pren glee...
Ii LIVIOBSTO, OGERTON & CO.,
N S L-erty st4rel. N Ta rlL
Ja. N. 1W*sS,
e MEROHANT TAILOR,
. INr. 756 3.dew. , Inm of rNthth atmre
te. NEW TOEIL

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