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WED.ESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, ISI.
It ,curon to the Petersburg ( Vs.) Index to call
atten ,on to the very important relation borne by
" enDshine " to labor and capital. For instance.
a the ledex, it ripens fruits and matures vege
l aIn Eastern Virginia a month or more ear
lier ttble it does in the vicinity of New York and
other Northler eltes. It happens that thee.
eitke re is a few bours oommunlatnon with
.sntete Virgia, either by land or water, and
they are enormous consumers of the products of
our orchards and gardeu. Now "seanshne" en.
ailps p to monopolise the market of these North
ea cailte a month before the products of their
eigh ohrbood some In competition with us. This
is as immehe advantage, for not only do we
mo.opolie the markut, but obtain prices greatly
L aduace of these which the same article will
cosa and later In the season.
Let any one tke a map and ouast his eye over
that portion of It occupied by the BSouthern
SBates. There they lie, smile of
the Go. of day. There they lie. saying: ' Come
and till ma, come and reap us." But touch their
soil with plow or spade and the smile literally
hecomns " golea." That smile oanaa lonn be
resls. It wee with the potency of beauty
and efold. ad uanm day these broad acres wll
answs: it with laughing harvests. The wheat will
wave welcome to it, and the corn will nod to it
with dancing plum, while its leaves rustle like
a sweetheart's dress.
" 8nhainse " will yet make the South the regal,
the met Joyous land on earth. Come hither, oh,
yeliMif grats, and pitch your tents anywhere be
twen the Potomac and the Rio Grande. That
sunny smile is not the smile of a capricious and
coquettish girl. It means what It says. It means
corn and oil and wine and milk ; it means silk and
ectten, aed flax ud bemp-all that cherishes the
body and all that clothes it.
Look at this, ye touers for a scanty subsistence
upon sterile soiu-look at this one fact. Before
the wrr, about one million of laborers merely
scratched the surface of this Southern soil, and
the value of its agrloeltural exports was greater
the that of any five countries in the world.
Thrie is room here and to spare for fifty millions
of laborers. Let them come. The great sunny
Bouth will give them a welcome as genial as her
lMme and as hospitable as her sol. Let them
come. It is a lead of railroads and rivers--of
rich sod cheap farms. It is a land of beautiful
women and of men as brave and as magnani
mous.as ever confronted or forgave a foe. It is
tbe bme of a white race, the most law-abiding
and o~derly on the face of God's earth. Come,
then, Jhere is nothing to deter you, and, if you
will but come, the political troubles which nowr
sauncy the booth wllU be as evaneoent uas the dew
bwhicl, will evaporate from her flowers and her
forwts In the bright smile of to-morrow's sun.
Ban:'xn Pnorgavt s BrzPN.-The Times corres
peancent, writing on the 26th from Madrid, after
.ivir a letter from his correspondent at Cadis. io
depreciation of dpanish energy and enterprise,
ays by way of Illustration of iurtio ohis views respect.
lg the probable Invasion of Spain by foreign in.
dury, my friend suppl me with staitistucal in.
ermatiom on to moust of British property at
preent Invested in Andalouis. The sherry trade
date, no further back than the period followinog
upor the close of the war of Independence In 1808;
bat qboot 25 years ago thi bransh of oommeree
-plty somemed greatly fornesed proportions,
nd pow a varut amount of British property Is so
aumllated la thin distric , and i represted by
vrtco stocks of wies of vartous quatio, vine
yardi, agricultural and puastoral farms, and also by
alag investmente, in addition, of course to the
pltal employed in the English commercia·l
e engaged in gOeneral trade and in shipown
Ig. !In Jeres de ia Prontora slose, for anstance,
t rem about twelve agaIh homues whose
pp.rtyn ln ne and land are estimated by my
lnsl a £t,90,006. Ia cm boom alone tbhe Bag
h port of eapitl orete te at lst £800,.
00; that of sao bouse excds .£1,100,000.
The PpealMrds generally value the Britih properly
tJeyes at £4,000,000. The BritUsh property at
PeSt. Mary's teprsemats a sum of £463.000; at
-vill, £3~60,000. In the mining districts near
v aboot £480.000. Britsh capital is Invest.
d Lte S veelv districts, £80,000 Ln Cadis and
od hd r towns; general tradeo sand aipowning, a
0 00. Thwe is, beside, an English railway
- Utrn r end Moron, the capital of which a
mon to £60.000. My friend thus sums up all I
the Br tlth talgerty In Andatusia at a value of at
1r.mises or wswsaruns.-A school teacher, a
who bene been d e r fa long time in his pro.
fe'n, sad witanemi (1 Imece of a news.
upon the minds of a foyll of chldren,
m asfelews: I
I b.e fond It to be the suolversal feet, with.
out exception, that those scholars of both sexes,
and of all ages, who have eceees to newspanpers
at bompe, when oompuared to those who have not, a
1. letter readers, excellent in proneuanction, I
and oeusqetly re ad more nnderautndmgly.
. ThO are better, spelles, and de O words I
wish ss ad aseeuraey.
3. eyobe practical howledge of geography
- aiot half tbe thie it requires of othe, s a
the spe h mede tkom acquaited with
tebo o tof bhe impornt places of nationa,
their .vrammente ead doings on tShe globe.
4. h are better grammarlnas: for baving I
oose so teImlar wit every vestety of style m t
the nowsppers, from the commonplace advertLet.
m,,' to to bhled and clasleal ration of sthe I
t te Soy more saediy ompreheed So
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Nnw Ona.asas, November 16. 1868.
In pureluase to a resolnates adopted by the
es-aOa seas e eeasslr n d-of b
e of 0etoba l, the oauvstu met at 13
*'e . Lat s iall of th Dau e Compsey,
in this city.
The convestiom was called to oder by the Ron.
Andrew S. Berro, Its presideat, i the chair.
Om a ell af the e asIteppeared that the felow
is p" e were duly repremeate4:
parissh of Anoedemngrlis4 , eMle a
5, BlinvUlo S. Beer oCI 9n (S9. nIeo 2,
Hlst Bates Rouge 6, Crnl 3, Iberville , L
faLe 3. Lafeeehe 6, Uivihtesa 4, Natsuieeshes
7, Orieams, FPl Ward 3. S aomd Ward T. Third
Woed 10, FPerth Word 5, Plfth Ward 5, 8iath
Ward 3, Bveeth Ward 3, Eighth Ward 3, Tenth
Ward 5, Eleventh Ward 3, Orlesa right beak 2.
Plaquemise 2., Pointe Coun 4, St. Bermrd 1, St.
elina 3, Pt. Landry 9. St.l nL 6, St. Mary 5, t.
Tamnsmiy 3, Terrebone 5,. West Baton Rouge 5.
Total 154 membes preset, being a majorit of
254 memben elected to the convestle.
On motion of Mr. Geo. W. Race, the president
was requaested to fill the vacancsee in the commit
tee on organisation.
Whereupon the president appointed Mr. Joseph
EIlioa of New Orlena, In the place of Mr. Robt.
U. Wicklile of West Peliolsna; Mr. W. P. Black
man of Claiborne, is the place of Mr. John Mc
Eery ; and Mr. B. B. 8immes of Pointe Coupee,
It the place of Mr. W. W. Pugh of Lafourohe.
The preident laid before the convention a letter
from Mr. Mandeville Marigay, a delegate from the
Fifth Ward of New Orlesos, who is prevented by
sickness from attseding the semsons of the con
vention, appointiag in hie stead Mr. Albert ?abre,
of said wrd, as his proxy.
Osn meal fr M: ,.W. Wunder eist. Be rame,
the same was accepted.
Mr. Campbell of Orleans, submitted a preamble
and resolutions in relation to the electeon of a
State Central Demooraio Commlttee. which were
reed and ordered to be referred to the committee
Mr. Laga. of Orleans, eubmitted to the convea
tion preamble and resolhtions ee the same subject
matter, which were also read and referred to the
Mr. Fabre, of Orleans, sabmtted a resolution
providing for the appointment of the members of
the btate Central Democratic Committee, which
were read and ordered to be referred to the same
On motion of Mr. Favrot, of West Baton Rouge,
the delegates were authorisedto submt suhob reso
lations as they may tshnk proper to the same com
On their respective motions Mr. Duncan 8.
Cage, of Terrebonne, was excused from serving
upon the committee on permanent organization,
and Mr. Joeeph Ellison was also excased from
serving or the committee on resolutions, and the
president was requested to fill said vacancies.
Mr. E. L. Bower, of Orleans, presented resolu
tions in reference to the charges made by the Be
publican party against the Democratic party in
regard to the late presidential election, whioh
were read and ordered to be referred to the com
mittee on resolutions.
Mr. Oubernator, of Orleans, presented a resolu
tion in reference to proxies at all future State con
ventions, which was read and ordered to be re
ferred to the same committee.
A motion was then made that when the conven
tion adjourns It adjourn to meet this evening at 4
It was moved to amend the motion so as to ad.
jonrn until tomorrow at 11 o'clock.
Upon which latter motion, Mr. Beynaud. of As
cension, called for the yeas and nays. They were
ordered, and being taken, resulted as follows, to
Yeas-Blenville 6. Boeeler4.Claiborne 9. Calea
sero 2, East Baton Rouge 6, lberville 4, Lafayette
3. Lafourche 5, Orleans--frst ward 6. second
ware 7, third ward 3, fourth ward 5, fifth ward ;,
sixth ward 3. seventh ward 3. eighth ward 1,
eleventh ward 2, Plaquemines 2, Point Coupee 4,
St. Landry 9, St. Marti 6. St. Mary 5, Terrebonne
5 and West Baton Rouge 2-118 votes.
Nays-Ascension 4. Avoyellee 5, Jefferson 8,
Livingston 4, Natchitoches 7, Orleans-3d ward 7,
8th ward 2. 10th ward 5, 11th ward 1; Orlesas,
right ba. 3k, 2, At. Bernard 1, St. Helena 3, and St.
Tammany 3-52 votes.
ho the motion to adjourn until to-morrow at 11
o'clock A. x. prevailed.
On motion the president was requested to fill
the vacancies in the committee on resolutions
The president laid before the convention a comr
munication from the officers and members of the
Hancock Club, tenderingr to the members of the
Democratic tftate Conventts the rooms of the
club, individually or as a body.
On motion of Mr. Walker, of St. Bernard, the
Invitation was accepted.
Whereupon the president appointed Dr. Cla.
rence Ward, of Iberville, in the place of Mr. R.
W. Richardson, of Ouachita; Mr. Wm. Mouton, of
Lafayette, in the place of Mr. J. Floyd King, of
Concordia : Mr. A. P. Small, of Orleans, In the
place of Mr. Robert C. Wiekliffe, of West Felici
ana; Mr. Lloyd P. Coleman, of Orleans, in the
place of Mr. Joseph Ellison. of Orleans ; Mr. Al
bert Fabre, of Orleans, in the place of Mr. J seeph
B. Wilkinson, of Plaquemlnes; Mr. Wm. M. Levy,
of Natchitoches. in the place of Mr. William El.
lison, of Orleans.
On motion of Mr. Pratt, of Claiborne, the con
vention adjourned until to-morrow at 11 o'clock
A. V. Oscan AR ovYo,
Secretary of the Convention.
Seeead Days Pseeeediags.
TUUDAY, Nov. 17, 186-.
The convention met pursuant to adjournment.
Hon. Andrew 8. Berron, president of the con
vention, ln the chuar, assisteld by the Hon. W. W.
Pugh and the Hon. George W. Race, vice presi
On a call of the roll the same delegates who at
tended yesterday answenred to their names, as
also the delegate1 from the parishes of Assum p
tlon, EasBt Feliciana, St. James and St. Mary.
On motion of Mr. J. O. Foqua, of ELst Baton
Rouge, the reading of the minutes of yesterday
was dispesed with, and tney were appoved.
Mr. Irvy. of Natchitoohee, on behalf of the
committee on resoiutions, eubmitted an adverse
report to the resolutions introdued by Mr.'L. D.
Lagan, of Orleans, providisg for the election of
members of the Democratic 8taste Centra4 Com
The same delegate, on behalf of the same com.
mitten, reported back without action the resolu
tions introduced by Mr. Campbell, of Orleoans,
providing for the election of members of the
Democratio tate Central Committee, as well as
resolIotions introduced br Mr. Albert Fabre, of Or.
lsea, providing for the appointment of members
of said oemmittee, with the recommendation that
thee resolations be referred to the committee on
On motion of Mr. J. O. Fuqua. of East Baton
Beuge. the report of the committee was adopted
and the reference was made.
Mr. J. O. Fuqus, oH asut Baton tloupe. on be
half of the same committee, made an adverse re
port on resolntions Introduced by Messrs. Malone
sad WliNmeon, of the seceand ward of Orleans,
o relation to the re-eetablishment of star cars,
e.., for the colored popelation, etc.
On motion of Mr. Lobdell, of West Baton Rouge,
the report of the committee wu adopted.
Mr. Fuqus, on behalf of the same committee,
submitted also as adverse report on'reaolutions in
trodned by Captain Tobin, of Orleans, requesing
the IDemocracy of the Btate to issue an
address showinr the state of affsir eas they
exist,what yet remains to be done,and setting forth
a policy of action which shall govern them in
On motion of Mr. Walker, of St. Bernard, the
report of the committee was adopted.
Mr. FeQeq, on behalf of the same committee.
submitted also an adverse report on the resoluntion
of Mr. Guahernator. of Orleas. In relation to the
adoption of a rule by wheh all repsresentation by
proxy, to State or Parish Convention, shll, t the
utere, be discontinued
On menheson of Mr. Walker, of St. Bernard the
repert of te commiJt e was adopted.
Mr. Fnqa, on behalfr of the same committee,
submitted reelstious introduced by Mr. 1. L.
Bower, of Orkans, in relation to charges made
ragaast the DeauBoratic party of this btate, in t e
address of the State Republican Executive Oom
alrte, as publsmhed hi the N. O. Repubbon of
the 11th ast.. submitted s favorable repor'. with
the recommendation that the second remoltban be
a dlken out.
Wamma.s, Ia the addrem of the State Republl
can Executive Committee published in the New
Orleans Bepublie, of the 1 in t., occurs the
following le ge: "Tbe Dnocratie rt of
Iamut nd polluted the blo o by amu r.
hls rrand. It has corrupted the moral mat.
met of our people by exensl., euteaueing
and condemning awlemsne, vu one end mnr
der. It Lee drmd ear BateI tUe opinion of
the elvesed world ;"
resotoed, That we the repsseates of the
Dmoa .t pet of ,,,s State. reiL g o snd
-My a, amvam dess - when tese*
maResd.ud a dmh s temon ~e a s Lera
Bn B (mm anwk~with navullIy and
(W~w m ebug e
whrle .e uctterly ifvey le ehaa 1 mae
reuse of men whose ale urpose sms
to be ve e esre te elmny
and siander g at brave tad forbearing people,
aM whose aniae sbe s . the g g of
hwarhas heedh s d by the u aserun
pue los rfhe to pleade or eoploe sad foment
ma Ierd bwem e Mauk "d s wW meraeat
1 amid the ra disorder they might li the -
F ees emes wealth wru rom eur people
by as of taxatioas s imons a s uan
"'constittional and ujust.
Iesolved That a mere quiet and orderly election
- has never been held I the history of the State.
Cooscious of our political strength, we desired only
San mpartial election in order that Radical
Strickery and fraud could find no occaons to
contest the result, that we beleved a fair
election would certainly msere. All qualified
to vote, by the registry lists, were ladM
Srii rged to exerese their privilege,
but upricipled Redieal trioLtse , sonsmeons
that a large portion of the colored elemenat had
determined to cooperate with the Democratic
. party in every perish of the State, and
tat the suecess of coservatism was a
forgone conclusion, issued their ediot urgig
t eroes to abstain from the polls, that,
under the plea of inattmidation the suces
- of the Democratic party might fa of realization,
h sad that by these false representations the elec
toral vote of Louiiuana might be refused by a
adical Congress. We challenge the production
of instance where negroes, properly registered,
Swere denied the privilege of the elective franchise,
or where intimidation was employed to deter them
from the polls. Leading potiomeuas, avowing the
most ultra radical sentiments, voted without injury
or fear, and more than one letter has been pub
lehed, in the papers of the city, written by col
ored Republicans, fully corroborating the fact
e that the polls were free to all.and that every man,
I white or black, qualified as an elector nuder
as Cegtiatis the sse,-s emsa bhelaot,
Swas quietly permitted to vote in accordance with
the dltates of his own judgment.
On motion of Mr. Walker, of St. Bernard, the
recommendation of the committee was ac
Squieced in and the resolutions were adopted, with
the exception of the second resolution, which was
Mr. Fuqua. on behalf of the same commlttee,
submitted the following address, to-wit :
e the President Mnd Members of the btateDemocratic Con
S eatioe ef Louilians:
Your committee on resolutions and the condi
e tion of the State respectfaily submit the following
btmce your adjournment the great political bat
tle, which determines the character of the na
tional government for the next four years, has
n' been fought, and resulted in the decided tnumph
of our opponents. Deeply as we deplore this re
sult, injurious as we believe it will prove to the
g bestinterests of our country, it is our duty at
i' oace to accept the deeision which has been
t made, and carefully to refrain from making any
factious or merely partisan opposition to the in
comig adminstration. The condition of our owu
S- 8tate demands our irst care, and its restoration
to prosperity and good government are objects
h which rise infinitely above all mere party cunsid
erations. We rejoice to know that the signal tri
umph of the Democracy in Louisiana gives us the
assuorance that these objects are now within our
reach, and that sooner or later the preseat cor
rnpt and imbecile State government must cease
to exist. But though this is a great triumph;
though much has been done, much yet remains t,
be done. Our success was an overwhelming dec
laration of the popular will, an unmistakable
show of strength. It yet remains to clothe that
will with the forms of law, and to make that
strength efiective for our relief from evils too
great long to be borne by any people who deserve
to be free.
To this end it is most earnestly recommended
that throughout the tate we maintain our organ
Izations, with only such modifleati ns as will
render them more effective, and that we continune
with unabated zeal our efforts to overthrow the
miserable faction that is daily oppressing and
plundering us. We do not propose now to go
Snto a history of this faction, or present any de.
tailed statement of the wrongs we have suffered,
and are now suffering, at the hands of the pleaeut
Unfi rtunately no such statement is necessary,
for their extravegance and oorription have been
so open and shameless that they are known to all.
But the men wbho, by military power, have been
thrust into office here, in opposition to the wishes
of ninety-nine hundredths of the taxpayers of the
State, are not content with merely plundering us
for their own advantage : they seem to be inspered
with a vindlctive hatred of those whom they are
robbing. Possessing no property themselves, and
conscious of the opposiliun of those who do, they
have Inaugurated a warfare against property itself,
which. It not successfully resisted, most resaut in
the speedy ruin of every interest in the State.
The Constitution of 8ln' provides that in all
sales of land made under any order of court, the
land shnll be sold in lots of from ten to fifty
acres. This provision covers all sales made on
der writs of seizure and sale, and iferi fa-ias, and
all succession sales. Thus, no matter what may
be the opinion of the parties most Interested as
to the best mode of selling their property, in all
sales under execution these parties are deprived
of any voice in the matter, and the same arbi
trary rule is establisahed in all sales made by ex.
ecutors, administrators and the tutors of miners.
Such a provision would be ruinous anywhere. It
is peculiarly so in Louisiana. A large portion of
the State is engaged in the production of sugar.
These estates, with their sugar-house and ma
chinery, costing frequently from twenty to fifty
thousand dollars, their quarters, dwellings and t
other buildings, and their due proportion of t
cleared and wood land, are valuable as a whole,
and are slowly but surely increasing in value ;
but suppose that they are divided into lots of ten
or fifty acres, with perhaps the sugar-house and
its expensive machinery on one lot, the dwelling c
costing perhaps as munc on another, the quarters
on another, oes lot all wood land, and another all
cleared land, what would any or all of these lots
bring if sold on such terms, and what would any
one of them be worth to the purchaser ?
When it is remembered that our people are
deeply in debt; that a large number of sales on
der execution most necessarily take place; and
that, sccording to the estimate of a former dis
tirguished judge of the ciupreme Court, all the
property ot the State passes through the probate
courts once in twenty years, some idea may be
formed of the extent of the ruin that will be
wrought by this most iniquitous provision. Surely d
never was a more mad and reckless scheme for
the ruin of a whole people devised by any set of
political adventurers. The whole legislation, and
almost every act of this Srate government, are
characterized by the samee spirit. Lottery schemes.,
printing schemes and railroad schemes, and
every conceivable device for wasting money and L
lncreasing taxation, form the staple of their legie
lative enactments, the burdens of all which fall
with crushing weight upon the property of the I
conotry. In this state of things it is imperatively t
necseary that the property-holders and tax.
payers of the State. without distinction of party,
should combine for their own protection and
to save themselves from speedy and Irretriev b
able ruin. The people of the city of Ne w
Orleans have already taken the initiative in this
direction by forming an meociation of property n
ownevs for the purpose of resisting by all legal t
means the payment of illegal and onconstitutional
taxes, and for the general protection of their
rights against similar legislation in the future.
We most earnestly recommend the immediate for
mation of similar associations In every parish of
the State, and that as soon as formed, they pro
ceed to oestablish a central commlttee at the seat
of government. With such organizations, having
a central head, and engaged in correspondence d
with each other, we should not only be able to
test the constitutionality of all taxes already im
posed, but a sound publice opinon would soon be
formed, which could non fail to have great Intio
once in brisaing the government to a wise. hom
eat and economical policy.
Jxs. O. FrqUA, Chairman.
On motion of Mr. A. W. Walter, of St. Ber- t.
nurd, the above address was unanmously
Mr. Gubernator, of Orleans,moved to reconsider r
the motion rejecting the resolution heretofore in
troduced by him. e
On moti n of Mr. Ellison, of Orlesans,. Mr.
Gnbernator's motion was ordered to lie on the ln
Mr. Jones, of Orleans. right bank,. moved to re
reconsider the motion rejecting Mr. Lagan's reso
On motion of Mr. Enllison, of Orleans, Mr. Jones' to
motion was ordered to lie on the table.
Mr. Ellmos, of Orleans, on behalf of the com- en
mittee on permanent organimtsalion, submitted the
following report: ec
Nsw OsLzE.s, Nov. 17th, 1868. pa
To th sr ea Isatad neer of the Desocrsa.c Staie Co ash
(,end emne-The committee on organition re
poatfufly report nla the brief spae allotted them, the
the efollowg rules for the bttorgaation of As
us prmy, semteatl -t time will devlop Im. 4
provements therein uader the practical workings ad
et the sywtem:
t . L: in eeeh rt ofthe State the presnt
rnge anhey my eserthe. of aprih j
dately AIl tha~ oresa _ t s plrkb hal
m. Ruta 2. ImmedIately after the orgaeatlos of
s s. pulb eesmatee, be e ahee, t y
la, Vhroed oeleetee ate from s eoanm.
S y- p e4* arse Ward of ethel
lair of Ormesa, who, with tve men.
at to be appoeated by the presdent of thpr
at eat Mta eaSUl , eetm te a e
f. Central ComLm s" leoted li the ity of ew
Is Orleans, mes of w m embm hll oasstitute
m* a quorum. The Statoe Oetral Commattes to serve
for one year fm the third Monday i December,
on or until relieved by their smoMases I om e.
R. Rues 3. The Parish Oemsittee shall have :Nll
ly power to provide for the time sad manner of all
al prmary elen, sad to oetreol all financial mat.
to tore within te, repeetivepahes.
air BcLn 4. The State Central Committee shall bhave
ed power to sell all Btate or Ce ol oovea
e- tIos through te various icomlmitees. It
e, shall be their duty to sOupervise and control the
as general welfare of the party, and to commaui
Id oate promptly all matters of intereet to the
pd In concluding our labors, we would respect
a fully urge the adoption, as fr as an be made
ag vailable, of a system of regitration of each De
it, mocratic voter in his repective parish or ward,
Sboth as a cheek against inand external and external
n, fraud, as well as evidences of the real stredgth of
to- the party.
a Very respeetfully,
Dn H. M. Favxor,
d, G. W. Race,
a, B. B. SBueas,
ma C. H. MocTox,
he Joe. ELLIsoN, Chairman.
ry Mr. Cmpbell, of Orleans, moved to amend the
b- second rule by substiutag therefor " the base
d of representation as it now exists."
act Dr. Gourier, of Iberville, moved to lay Mr.
n° Campbell's ime -eat on the table, and upon his
or motion he callte for the yees and nays. They
t, were teeged, awd being te, asmelled as fat.
h lows, to-wit:
Yeas--Asenelon 4, Assumptlon 5, Blenville 6.
he Boseter 4, Claiborne 9, East te BeRouge 6, East
1C- Pelician 4. lberville 4 Lefayette 3. Latoorehe 6,
th Livingston 4, Natohitoehes 7, Orleans, First Ward
as 6, Third Ward 2. Sixth Ward 3. Seventh Wgrd 3,
Eleventh Ward 3, Polnte Cop6e 4, 8t. Landry 9,
* t. Mary 5, West Baton Rouge 2-9t votes.
Nays-Jefferson $, Orleons, Second Ward 7,
a Third Ward 4, Fourth Ward 5, Fifth Ward 5,
Eighth Ward 3, Ninth Ward 3, Tenth Ward 6,
Orleans, Bight Bank 2, Plaqueminee 2, St. Helene
if 3, St. James 3, St. Martin 6, St. Tammany 3-61
it. o Mr. Canpbell's mot!on was ordered to lie on
s Mr. Jones, of Orleans, right bank, moved that
ph the clubs of the city and throughout the country
e be requested to make the appointment of mem.
he bes of the Parish and State Central Com
en On motion of Mr. Ellison, Mr. Jones's motion
3 was ordered to lie on the table.
Mr. Turnbull, of Jefferson, moved that the
ru parish of Jefferson be entitled to two members on
3n the State Central Committee.
to On motion of Mr. Fuqua, Mr. Turnbull's motion
was ordered to lie on the table.
rt- Mr. J. B. Wilkinson, of Plaquemines, offered
3e the following as a substitute for the third rule:
r Re.solrel. That the president of the convention
'r' be requested to appoint a State Central Commit.
'; Mr. Blackman, of Claiborne, moved to amend
t Mr. Wi:kinson's substitute by inserting at the
is close thereof the following words, to-wit: "to
consist of one member from each senatorial dis·
t Mr. Fabre, of Orleans, offers the following as a
1 substitute for Mr. Wilkinaon's substitute as
re amended by Mr. Blackman:
Resdolted, That a new Democratic State Com
mittee be appointed, to consist of one delegate
n- from each parish, (the parish of Orleans ex
ill cepted) the parish of Orleans to be represented
7e by two delegates from each ward and two dele
le gates from Algiers.
id Resoled fur,,er, That each delegation repreIt
to sentedin this convention be requested to de
signate two persons each from their respective
i parishes or wards, to costitute said State Cen
t tral Committee, and where there is no repren
tatlon the chair shall appoint.
r Mr. Lobdell, of West Baton Rouge. moved to
n lay M. Fabse's substitute on the table, Atd upon
h. his motion he called for the yeas and nays. which
n resulted as follows:
Yeas -Asumption 5, Claiborne 9, East Baton
a Rouge 6, lbervidle 4, Lafarette 3, Lfourhobe 6,
Livigaton 4. Natchitoches 7, Orleans, frst ward 6,
second ward 7, third ward 3, ninth ward 3,
e eleventh ward 3, Plaquemines 2, Pointe CoupBe 4,
d bt. Landry :,, bt. Martin 6, St. Mary 6, St. tam
Y sany 3. West Baton Rouge 2-96 votes.
r Nays-Ascension 4, Bienville 6, Jefferson R, Or
leans, third ward 2, fourth ward 5, fifth ward 5.
sixth ward 3. seventh ward 3, eighth ward 3. tenth
ward 5, Orleans, right bank 2, St. Helena 3-60
7 So Mr. Fabre's amendment was ordered to lie
on the table.
d Mr. Gubernator moved that the election of mem.
7 hers of the State Central Committee be held at
Sthe same time as that of the parish committee.
On motion of Mr. Ellison, Mr. Gubernator's
d amendment was ordered to lie on the table.
On motion of Mt. Fuqua the original second
rule was adopted.
The third and fourth rules were read and
f On motion of Mr. Fuqua the following was
adopted as the fifth rule:
I hat as soon as a quorum of the State Central
d Committee is appointed as heretofore provided,
they shall proceed to organise and enter upon
On motion of Mr. G. W. Race the rules were
adopted a a whole.
On motion of Mr. Campbell, of Orleans, the
committee on permanent organization was dis.
Mr. B. B. Slmmes, of Pointe Coupee, offered the
I lowing resolution:
irsoured. That the thanks of the Democratic
F party of the State are hereby tendered to the
State Central Committee for the energy and zeal
they have devoted to the interest of the party,
i and to the preservation of peace, order and
security to life and property, under cireumstances
the most trying, and that the late triumph of
constitutional principles by a majority of the
registered voters of the 8tate at an election is
which the right of surrage was secured to all by
the most peaceful and lawful means, was mainly
Sdue to the prodence and discretion which guided
r their conncdi in the late canvass.
On motion of Mr. H. M. Favrot, of West Baton
onge, the resolution wasu unanimonasy adop ted.
Mr. E. L. Jewell, of Calcaaen, submitted the
Resolrcl, That the preaident of this convention
be authorized and requested to appoint a com
mittee to be composed of five gentlemen of the
legal profession, to whom shall be referred the
legal question involving the term of existence of
Sthe Legislature last elected in this State.
itslced, That the report of this committee
shall be made to the State Central Committee,
who shabll be authorized to take such steps as m-y
be deemed necessary, in order to carry out the
recommendations of the special committee.
l-'esolced further, That in the event this com
mittee decide adverse to the further existence of
I the Legislature. the Demooratic members thereof
are requested by this State Convention to abstain
from any further perteoipntion in the proceedings
of the next session, in the event of any attempt
toorganize the same.
Mr. A. W. Walker, of St. Bernard. offeresd
resolutions embodying the same subject matter
embraced in the two first resolotions, the reading
of which was dispensed with; and the same
delegate moved that the whole subject matter be
referred to the committee on resolutions, which
mit on was not agreed upon.
Mr. Campbell moved that the whole osubjeot
matter he rsierred to the new State Central Gum
mlttee, with power to act, which motion was not
Mr. Walker moved to suspend the roles to
take up the substitute by him offered.
On motion of Mr. J. B. Eunsti, of Orleans, a
leave was granted to Mr. Walker to withdraw the
re solutions ofered by him.
On motion of Mr. Ellison, the first and second
resolutions were unanimonusly adopted.
On motion of the same delegate, the third reso
lotion was stricken out.
Mr. Fabre, of Orleans, submitted the following
Re.orred, That when this eonvention adjournsa,
It will adjourn to meet again whenever called
together by its president.
The convention refusnaed to suspend the rules to
entertain the resolution.
On motion of Mr. J. O. Fuquae, the thank of the
convention were tendered to the preeident, vic di
president, and seoretery of the convention for the
able manner with which they had performed their
On motion of the seme delegate, the thak of dr
the convention were also tendeed to the Deutsche
Amnoelation for the mse of their rooms.
On motion of the same delegate, the eonvention
adjerned slm die.
Amnsaw 8. Hmowo,
Preidet, of the Caoveantice. s
Oscan Amoro, Seetary.
Mr. oerms, lsg on the plimbis of Mr.
m., bsin L a paermesm d e bet ie as
half adl wer g s meh~nd per~ns, reomy.
S MIRCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
OF 01EW OLIAN1&
11 We, the subscribers. young m-- of theMly ofr e OrDlees,
beingr dimue.s of adiop g uSeeat o emen eed eair fver
moeI upes moreantle aed Cher .utete of general atWi,
have ae ated mesalswe for the papose ofd e bi hing
ihLrs sty eanirEd erding ee, sd so gew en hae
t dopted the fllonlag
The rem and stlt of this soclattle shall be "7tH
S TnYiTltC MN'a W E lt3IAN LIBRARY ASBOClIA.
. TION OF THE CITY OP NEW Oia1,Mag&"
t artou 1. The ioam of the Ameedtem eae be a Pre
Vtm d. td Prodesrt, Ov eyeqdmg Ueceiori, Mtrerdbeg
easedu te t-o a Derd of Deinetore End Psht be eleced
rmener-the Freeeet. Vie* Pr e, lere e ed
bem by eei'. ballot. the Dlheo by geer tl e;
Smajority of the whole votes g bete a mry to a
nsc. I The Psident shall elds at meetlass of be As
detse; calech eatra meetnp s the odd of Direee
Sshlall deem pedleat; o al l ah avete n all eetse . s, and
S give the easting veto whse there shll be en sud dvin
meag th membera.
B~c.. TmhemV ire w elS U pepre ln ub i anrbone oft
the Pren de t, m alln on alrm the dotlls of that l a.
a.aoc . TThe eo-ding eseery hal p E aa s
dnt: keep a regular asmt of te feu Conner.. of the
Asnociaton an abstract orf whichk , eceompied by stlefsan.
it to vouheora s Be eballen ablt a o annual meing, ad at
Sthe pprothayl of the BBro d of Directore. ma ofhsaer
I rsthat a d rn d Ingh alad l d" hf m emb tr teams, be.
d l ier ee aicty in the sum of ivoea adrd dotllas
, rc. .. Tho Borod f Direct shall have power to s.
p rite fnnd enact eiy-kws, ondgomoprlly conduct the aars
of tRhe Anecti; sah moet at eIt Oaes In se meuth for
the tnseatin teof bde; seall repet osas qurteely
hmeetsg of the Assoeiale. their peese4tag s for the pet
quarter, and thla sate o rf the concets of the Aoersiatnh; nad
itn cse ny vacancy shl oeer in the Bord, sheal Imm.
s, testeetb ,ei. the AmnPealse, and eppdat En eavening I
Selection to ell s vacancy.
T ec. 7. The oarsd of Directors shall aoonlnt a Librlman,
whbose dty it shall be to attend at the Library on each day
of the week. who wh ll bse a r e r l bona mgmagsai
a maps, charts, papes end all other property in his cae. e
o ging to he terociaton ; arming them is proaer order, make
a record thereofl, wth the name of the donors, ed earp
an ccrate sceol of all books deli verd to the mosbea;
and to he otherwite frw d by the Board of Direetose
ARTIn LE r1il
Each member so a prprietor, on amberlbti to the Can.
snetirln, shall pay the nsum of ve dollarse aennealy, In
Fah memanber who I. a proprietor, onm sh rtbltng to t
SCmnstttution, shall pay the sum of tne dollars annually,
An perso n may become a member fr to life bpaying the
sum of fifty dolmlars.
Any peno approved by a majority o the Iaed of Direct.
ers may become entitled to a membership In petatty,. on
psay ofn o ne hrodnf dollars, end may translfer aieh mem.
betship at pleaue on the bokLa of the Aauoclatln. subjoetto
the appeoval of the Board of Directors: Provided. howevere,
that sy one bloeing lrasdy "e lifemember " may become a
member in perpetuity onder this claaa, on the g eymoe of
Any person, If proved by a majorlty of the Dretaiors,
say become a member on complying with the proielone of
There shall been anuual meeting of the Asesocatien on the 1
es Tuesday is January, for the election of roic-tr tor s ts
enanlag year; for receiving report. loom the Board of Direct.
ors; ant quarterly thereafter, for the transaction of such
other bLuse. as may be pIsustLd.
If the Prsideet, Vieo Prenldait. Seeutere, Treauare, or t
Directors, in their amoral o~uinl enpelrtis, Pull seoet the
performance of their Cutlee, or 11l not edmnalator the las
of the AslolatonU entlv or qluaniably n wriltten con.
piast of l ES members a mpetings e alled, and a
committee appointed, conluaiag of twn membere and one
director, who shall censure, removre from ose, or fully
exorate the accused, s the cireumamtae of the e may
Thr shbell he no Alteratlions ht this CesekItos unio the
Some shae have bee proesed to the Board of ctors one
m nath previous to th quaterly meoIng, ed then approved
by threefourth of the menmer pneseant.
Imuc'votl 1. The library snd andinhg lRnra shal be open
every day from 9 o'clok A. U.. Uotl 10 O'dect r. nM
bac. . Tbhe lbnarls shait gt,. soority, In thebo sm of
oec houdred dollar., ro the fithful disecharge of the duties of
hit il-e, aund will hold the same at the pleeuse of the Bloard
ne S~a It shiall e he dut of the Llbarte to keep a aes.
pltet and exact catalogue ,f books bel"lngs to the .lbery,
together with a dauplicate of the ame, which shall be pen at
all times to tile eminatloat of the member He Idsal nm
her sect book, migno its place In the Librsry and arrange the
whole in proper order ;: he shal likewise hkp such record of
mape. chart, and other property, f the Aracittio, aS mey
from timo to time be prescribed by the Boarl of Directors.
bIc 4. Ie shall deliver, on the appulcaiem , or to the writ.
ten o-der of aer membr whoeo nameb h been rgbatred aod
duos paid, one book. if it be a folio. quarto. or oetaeo ; snod U
one book, or set of books not eeseding that volumes, if it
be a duonecimo, or of smaller rie.
bit 5 He rhall ecarefully enter in book to hekept forthat
porpooe. the name of the member to whom a book or books
have bon delivered; the date of takingl from nd retrn.
Inog to the Librry. together with a fll reord of ah Ses or
pealtes as may have been incurred theeou.
1 Hc. a, HPe sleli eolletc from m.mb.r., for the e of the
Asociaiion, all fines and forfeituree incurred, reoularly •c
cournti for the sme to the treasurer; ad shall ear to
the hoard of Director. the Lmaeofasuch member or omember
ao may refuse tI pay their fCna and forfeitures, lees or dao.
age any booki or set of bhoos, write In or otherwie deface the
sme, er eln y other way wrilfully vete the Library or
sac ,. Ia sh., have the Lmserviao and geerl SumIn.
tenderca of the Library and Readtin.g-om; shall carefully
exbmine r-turned books, and replne tr upea she Library
.helve; oh.ll see t.hatnwspapalsrepr.mptly Mled, ed that
mons e5rue. etc ..are reglarly planed en the ftdlng-Soom
tablr. otid oasil atall tmnnes uona tlhe rIat rIJ tv o
cir, ole- tlut l b hook, and mainaina eutet aaooomadoredit
she r moimsO thoeso mealtie•. Hes.mall l tiowla perform such
other dailey apoortliniog to hia ocae, an may fo tm t
time be prorriebd by the Board of Dirtors
hlc.. It sballbe, anditnonally, the duty of tcm LarIan,
nader tI e immediatoe uperotnioa of the TmerIg . to beep thoe
revord look ofsurbriptioo and aual dues of eimnbes; to
reader bills of the sme nod generally to take eharge of sncb
other broes and •eout. es may from time to tie he e
4cc 9 The Assintt LI bra-ln shall s ire e io t- . Inlne
rem ofthree luodrod doilars, fur the faithrfl dieerrgo of the
dutesf hfis 'flire. and will hold the nam at te piur of
the Bro of liertours i
hoc. ii) It shall be t: n duty of the kossltant Librlen to
co-l-prate wi hand re'ier* ehe titraioaa; to be gvrrodl U
every partirolar by tte Ioe reel., moning in the abso uef
thst ,icaor the raeeal dies ofthe poe C
DAc. 11 It shal be. addifionally, the duty of the Aesl.eat
Librarian.,ndor the immetiate upaervnrlon of the 'uIsanar
to callect the robnclptl,.no and other anonel dof mante- " '
toget, o with .sch other cllistlons as moy be epertolly es.
perdhlm l elblal lIewiseporform suchnother dtiea ep
bl the ltuard nI Diec trr o
Soc. 12 It shbll be tie ditty ot the tlbrrian and kine
tialstnt to attend csprrialy to the reoelvlnl ead glving out uf
bhos,earofna y observing the Lhbrary regtietioun for the
eenc·. to give specla aatntntion to the Iltnt of awepaper., the
orper diotrihutiso tii mainisior. be ; to act a mseeniere
aho reiiuircd in that apacity ; to kaep or Usi in kteplia
therinr, oo the Astroostfon resa. well veontilatd odin 0
good orter. tkhlanegpeatal ere that furniture, muon, globes. P
pirtufi. stntotlury etc.. be teithor defaced nor inuired; and
gnerally tbht the Library and Iteadlug Ronm be malm acre
s le aind attrative for the conreu.eoce nd rnort of mem
bers. The Libraran and his aslstant shll resort thomeslrer
fir dnty at a tuarter bhfor uo'cucaf. that te papers, aga
nine.., et.. ma he proper~y distributed beo the nar of the
opuealg of the eadirnt-R-oom. e
eac. 13. ant member of the Amoihtio, dutly entitled to i
thearof the bibw y m ap wthdraw abon or set of books,
and retain the same two weeks from she dale o delirery
IBow bok, oel.ned wthia the eusont per, ell nt he
reewed hut metettat tboptretIas of tvewee. be rutara
ed to the Lbrry ; other boohe o , eietlo ays oltee
tion to the librares b resewd o rte he term o twoe
weebe. Prrvided. that out mou thant wo uetmre roewalsof a
the same book oreat if bhole, he aliowed witheot nesateI
permil-u of the Board of Disectors. no book onet of books 8
sall, in say once. be reserved by the Librarian for ether a
member ir diretor , nor shall books be soeee from on C
name to another.
Sac 14 Ary member who shal outhit a book, or s of
boobs inegur thor two wrkn, . av limited, sabI forfeit
and pay to the Librarian for the se of tho Aesiatlno fiCe
rents fi.r ercb day overthe time tho hook or neot'boftisn shall
Iavo her a detra.ned in ah ieooslon, nd sucab 5n sbo'll
is all easer, se tiily ela-ted wiavout refureneo to tne velhue
tho btoh tlhlel deiained ; Provided, tha t thls regulaeiou shl
not be deemod to interiors with y Lgulelo dn
ac, ii. If eym heo e s. dc or uinjur book er set
fbn e uh ab teename gi d to tne iUbrarinm: an4
ifeanyL leek eetfsed or Inured bsonla te of a b, eLall
elther rplae the et or pay the full vliue of t saIme the
reOsurr'.ad may thereupo nm r e e esosuslg veolam
Sac 16. Booka cannot be ecamined on the shelve., but
snch membea, oh& be privleged to us eyy bekbiemgautg to
the Library. In the ik-aning-ltuom of the Asaoclttion tot
wtrh one the Liberrim sball at the time b a mlnute
tot such book. if rt heM onforcution. ma be reolUquiked
toeny member withdrwlng the stam from te Ib-er,.
Re. 7Su oeb oonk., maps charts ol. en have bees or
may trom time to tine be donated, with the Intotoon or re
quest that thee he no teaa from tho lhIbra, sullI, to no
a. as ssch. may be reatrictod tram cirtute . bet em lf
all tImm be i-l, noesitlted at the Lbrry erie the Deeding,
toem. Inks as reotrtd ehall hetkernoesthe l p
only by clal pein mnina ofth Libr ery Commiis
tes end em be d nel ofse the pyms , ofl
dae-, forictUim and ee mmber edl
lag to withdra w he Asel , ms m
eupe inc e or o sll b he bnue wn l
any ofshe orreoing rugiaisue rndmobaee ab in h
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al w Izem them r te m"ama thamelvo
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cfetawtm~~tt eeº kna be aega.
t:~ ~ ~ utheOrh
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