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FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20. I15r.
Am CsLIBMxT TfaI xVENIXO.
I3. CiiA E5L-?ge.meat of Mi5. Panny A. Pric0
"JanO re"-"Medlaine, the Bel;e of the Paubarg."
ACADEIN OF MUlIC- White Fawn -M'IIl Tournour
the fe lfrm naeDt-8-ong. tealias, etc
TVAIETI SGrat D.amatic u esation. " Under the Gas
TaEz ,000,000 Cry BOND OaDrINANcE.
The major yesterday signed the ordinance
which pri*vides for the issuance of $3,00.()000
by the pity. It will be seen that the pro
visions of the bill demand within ten days an
election so be held by the people to express
their assent or dissent from the bill. The
ordinance, as promulgated by the mayor, (No.
1130, N. S.) will Le found on the sixth page.
We commend it to the careful and thoughtful
perusal F our readers.
The I~publican wants to anow wnat nas
become Efethe 66,000 Republicans who voted
for the sb-called Constitution in April last,
and of 4e 34.000, more or less, who voted
for Gran . The Republican asks this ques
tion apo],r(,s of our statement that there is no
other pa y in this State than the Democratic
party. ' hat journal seems incapable of cornm
prehen g what most sensible people know,
that the nersons who voted for the Constitu
tion and' or Grant do not constitute any por
tion of te people of Louisiana. They were
made vo ,rs by a power which had no rightful
anthoritss to enforde a rule of suffrage on the
State, fo} the especial benefit of a tfew hun
dred intr iders who wanted to ipossess them
selves of .he offices. The whole civilized world
knows what the term "people" meanus. They
know that, in a political sense, it means the
persons ,-ho constitute the political communi
ty, and teat it never did mean and never can
mean a ivsrvile class, or a recently emanci
pated clis. To suppose that Congressional
legerden 'in can convert the negroes of Louisi
ana into ti " people" is as nonsensical as to
suppose -hat a silk purse can be male out of
a sow's t ,rs, or that a copious supply of sun
beams can be extracted from a bushel of
cuncnumbs. We said, and we say again, that
the Rlep blican party in Louisiana is com
posed ofi about a thousand white inen-in
traders slid renegades-who have ma.rnaged by
the assi:'.ance of their Congressional and
military :llies, to get possession of the State
governmnut We candidly believe that there
are not tn Radicals in the State who either
are not i office, or have not been candidate.,
for office They are a faction-a sqtuad-a
set- -wha you please -but n-t a party.
A wrier in the Republican speaks of the
negroes "scalawags." Fray don't insult
an unfo Innate class who are unable to
defend hemselves by assimilating them
with tb "w white renegades who lave joined
the eneiies of their State and their raze, in
order to )ick up some of the stray crumbs
that the s r teobgý}.era Lsign to ding to them.
The np. os are ignorant. certainly, but no
DTmecral ever thought so badly of them as to
The st'nding army of the Unites1 Stites
consists tjf 43,711, exclusive of 4110 belong
ing to tLp engineer corps and other special
arms of ile service.
Miss ];ANNY D. PrI' tE.- Among the pleas
ures noj at command of our theater-going
public i. the engagenmnt at the St. Charles
of Miss 'anny B. Plive, a young lady who,
although. she has only this season made her
delnt be re a New Orleans audience, his
gained as enviable and well-merited distinc
tion in lther parts of the country. Miss
Price is t native of Vicksburg, and is, there
fore, entlied to a warm reception from us, as
a daugh r of a neighboring Shtte; but her
claims t4 consideration as a dramatic artist
rest on toe broader and more enduring founu
ldation oe eminent genius andl distinguished
sccess. In order to show the opinions enter
tained o her in other places, we make the
followini extracts from our exchanges:
l.st nI ht Miss Fanny I:. Price anpeared a i:n
In her fpv rile character it Fi . in the we.l
known plte ,f that Lame. It is scarce y neccess try
to repeat le plrais t hich we hve ,a!ready una
grudglgl hestuned upon thbis promi-ing young
actress. here is a naturaluesa and eay grace
about this roung lady's acting which absolutely
disarm e rIJm. H hatever tbe the character Miss
Price ass ries, she enters Into i: so completely,
makes it a thor ughly her own. that the l:unper.
sonation er-ms a reality. Her proper province,
we bthink, p the legitimate drama,. yet in Fan.i mu
the reven a variety of power which those wno
have seen icr ou!y In X, is; would ,ca c !y be
lieve she Itseessd. In Fan'hen M as l'rlce has
but one ri sIt on die American s'a:e : bu" ex el
lently ua., sMaggle Miiche:i pl s) in tho char.e
ter, there 4re certainly pointa in wh,h M n Mit
chell must be regsrdvd as second tu Mba Faany
B3. Price.-' N. Y. Herald.
The Albeny Evening Journal ssys: T'.re is a
tharm andpower about this young lady that eur
priese us. 'How one so young hs so thoroughly
manstered ahe dilerent phases of the ha-nan
hieart. se annot conce've, nor can we tell haw c
sech a sro rb voice as she po-seses flnds roon to
live in soisllight a form. We have bees as,s
tomed lor ears to see every one whopla3el a
certain par,;. renader it in about the same msnner.
lis. Pricdl however, stepe outside the beaten
path, and aive'to everythiong she touches with an t
originaliqy a pleashg a*s it s powerful. We wish v
particular to commend her elocuti n. N, mat
ter into wtt pasCion she w rks hrelf, her voice
is strong clear and distinct. Ve. never are
obliged tolake an effrt to catch the wards shet
speake. I se who has been articted with he
rant and t * of ta ls.t thIe "starsa now travel- g
lag, MhIe 'rce's splnite-d c as gratef t
and s plons ga s taoruis unuls.tter wind
and storms We predict for Miss Price abses I
Suture. e has ourheartiest wishes for her te1 g
cess. W er glad to see that her audiences are o
made up t the most cultivated peope of our
The Me phls Ledger says: Miss Prices ben- a
efit luast a ht drew a very large audience. whose a
ethbeiueai for the gdted tragedienne rendered
the occar in little less than an ovation. Mica
l'rce's 1Jah ia an enduring monument of her
ftime. lui onception and rendition, ase a whole,
it surpaas any other portrayal of the eharaeter
we have ever witnased. In the last two acta,
eontalatent the foreken, heart-brokten Leh'-s
curse of .rerman, and the nal reconciliation, her
acting w imply grand. No other term oae
uroperly Serabe it. Her delivery of the awful c
corsM faI exceeded the beat effort of even the
lamented Avoue Jones, who for years stood
alos, Is .he chracte. It was uttered with a
thrlwith pathos Itees-iled by deepair, which
eemod ~tsbeorb her eatire being. Daring the
deluvery f est doeathlike stllnee prevailed, the
feelings t1 the andleese being too highly wrought
to admit h leastdemonratoine For ome line
vee- si thae case- fell, act the least utteraoe
eame htrm the nieme. All we thrilled be
QPm4" oa; li. auuy. the silence was
Iftba.Ie m krwend t e mit dafetnIn
chers, Ph w te t fe lo aoe f
iatm.e r~ecslti m I the last set
was eqitdly eective, and daring the play Mtss
Price ret atied three .r ftar calls before the our
TEN CUBArS AND CAIsrT-BAGGERY.
The argument that Cuba should continue
in unconditional adhesion to Spain, rather
than take a tangent which would probably
expose her to the peril of political and social
reconstruction under the abominations and
horrors of American carpet-baggery, is quite
plausible, but also very superficial. To be
sure, if the Cubans were certain of obtaining
under the Spanish government all the reforms
and all the guarantees which are essential to
their welfare and safety, there might be suffi
cient reason why they should prefer those in
disputable advantages to the speculative ben
efits of separation. But no such certainty
exists, and in the nature of things it cannot
exist. It is impossible for the Cubans, geo
graphically situated as they are, to be
merged, as an integrant element, into the
aggregate mass of the Spanish nation. Nor
could they hope, detached, distant and iso
lated as they could be, to occupy a relation
to Spanish politicb that would command con
sideration and deference from the dominant
party or the reigning dyrcsty in Spain. Yet
both these conditions are necessary to im
part permanent Virtue to any pledges which
a revolutionary junta in Spain may give to
pacify a revolutionary insurrection in Cuba,
and to surround the people of that island with
substantial securities against future misrule
vs upprlon at the hands or thie 3pantsh
government. And, without such securities,
what hope could they have that Spanish
policy respecting Cuba, however the exigen
cies of trouble in the pen;nsula miht modify
or divert it for a time, would ;nut at length
again settle down in the -r(,oove of old tradi
t:ons of culonial coumiion ? None whatever
having any sc!id grund to rc t upnm.
No rtt of non in the whole course
of Listory have ccahioii so b:goted
en attachment to traditionary polihy a
the ruling cla_.es ill Spanu. i: is
this insuperable wti :kness that his bee 1
dragging the ration down for the past
hundred yt,:rs. It is this that has through
so nmaly weary Vears made Cuba the victim
of economical lallacies and commercial proju
dices long .go exploded, an1 of a system of
carpet-bag intrusion, corn uption and sp aliti :n
which, originating in the epoch of C'nrtc.: ant l
Las Ctasas, has not chango l from that time to
this, except in refinement of inilu.ty. Even
Northern ladicalism has not dL'i :d l a
scheme of proconsular tyranny or of car
pet-bag rapi.city for the S 'lth which
has surlpassed elither in s:plity or cra.e:y
the dealings of Spain with Lr A:'lrican
clor.it s. lhc nee tte inextin:i h:h.b:c natred
of tLe Creole in vr:ry Sp.ni r :-A 'eri:an
ciuntry for the SI anhi i. From time im:
mieno'( al, the latter ias appeartd to the
conception 'f tLe tormer sil,;y in t'ie ch.ir
acter of an unscrupulous carpet-bagcer.
1hLat, then, relatively considered, is ta:I
idea of Ameiici n calpet-baggery} with which
some writers for the press in this country
would like to frighten the Cubans f','m the
thought of improsing an opportunity to
throw fl' the S1iani.h yoke It is the
merest phantom; whereas Spanish carpet
baggery, Cuba's old Man of the Sea, is a
present, a sickening, a crushing reality,
which holds on to its' 'atini li,. I::in d ,1th,
and from wLith there can be no hop, of en
tire and assuredl release as long as thi lteauti
lul and untortunate is'ah:1 r-i tLes awith:n
the Imperial Jnrisd::tIon Ct Spain. ('nua l:ti
been almost strarnled by the umbilical cord
connecting her with the mother country. The
only way to insure her safety and her vigorous
growth is to cut the ligament.
It is perfectly idle to, imagine that adhli on
to Spain will imliove the po ition of thL,
Cubans with reference to tLe contmgencyv o
slave emancipation. The great danger is that
the Splanish government, with chara(cteri tii
bigotry, mill refuse to hlcrate the islaln
politically, refuse to part with it un ter nego
tiation, and at last, rather than kt it peS
from its clutches as a v..hltble p e-L·.,in,
will precipitate emancipation in the form most
dappt d to inflict :agricultural and ctmnilr
cial ruin and to place this island, alon'' with
Iayti end Jamaica. in the domainis of an
I'or the rest. it is to be remembered th it
the anntxation ef Cl:,t to the United States,
whether as the reseit if t'iiub.an revuliin
,r of ramicab!e negot:atin uith Spain, would
'resent the island in :a wholly diiterent atti
;de towards the fcderid government from
h:at occupied lby the South at the cse of
he late v.ar. The South was a conu,.st, and
:cuid stijilate no terms withi re -pit t>
dlavery or ray othe r inmportant <pl.ti ns. BIut
he I ulans, if Lboth Irudnt and resia.,, c.ia
lane in a large measure their own co:,itiin:s.
fInch cf the hardsitl smith red l- the ~ :tlth
•vs ieslired 1,y v-engeance. There w,:ild be
io :-uch motive to infttu ne fe h1 al policy- in
lataon to tiuba.. Morcu. r, tiu int, riS: t:
he great Wet two:!d we(gh at nc 0 o0n the
ide cf th l('u ::-. c': it n t n:tianiatly
eigh en it e,-,t i, S, u*L r:1 pol.
l,.e c(o l.:tid 1 ter t. coni ' '.;th
efy hostliity in any ci,.pe, and Cun l, sitting
the southern extrnemity of the Mi- essippi
ally, would form nc of the brightost gorms
the crown of the most s;,lcn li't comm.r
,l empire which the world has see. '
Sotr body writing in the lReptuh!m 1 v ~i
tat the carpet-bagger "is thi. inmui'r It. i
e emlbodiment of enterprise.' Wuich is
'ly true. l;ut there are various kiils of
anigrants and variou:s kinds of enterprise.
or instance, the persons who are inulerstood
leave their cuuntry for their co:untry'
Xal. are just as wenll understood to ibe any
ing rather than desirable accessions to the
.pulation of the country to which they emi
rte. Nor is the enterprise of )Old Fagin, or
SJacL Sheppard generally considered to be
try valuable to the comnmunity in which such
rocations are pursued. The carpet-baggers
re immigrants-a fact ". which nobody can
ny,;" and they are very enterprising-a fact,
kewise, which "there is none to dispute&"
ut as their enterprise consists in a persistent
ursuit of office and emolument and public
lunder, we cannot perceive either their
resence or their enterprise is very advantage
The sub-treasury balance yesterday was 5a4,
Gold closed ia New York yesterday at 131. a
The followlug is a Hit of the paMngers on
oard steamship United Btates, to arrive from
lew York : J. M. Hehmmaw, J. L. Bobbins, Mrs.
:eley sad daughter, Mr. J. Derrick, J. LDerrick.
- Rle ader, Mrs M. J. AroMld, Mrs J. H
arder, Mr. . M. Crosmby, W. Henry Wall, b
ohn Marteth, James lawreae, Mrs. . Moaroe
ad twe ebdls, sadour a the eerage.
The Bee yesterday morning published an
article in the local column of its French side,
severely censuring the city council for its ac
tion in adopting the ordinance providing for
a tax of one-fourth of one per cent., to
meet the interest on the bonds to be issued
for the redemption of city money. The article
asserts that this tax would be unnecessary if
the council should endeavor to reduce the ex
lpenses of the city, and further intimates that
it onuld he better for the people if the coun
cil wouhl resign. We must beg leave to dis
sent from this view.
It has not been shown that the present
,ounctl has been extravagant; but, on the
contraly, we feel assured that the retrench
ments introduced by the present administra
tion will compare very favorably with the
first l.alf year's expenditures of the late
alnministration. We, therefore, do not see
that an admin'stration ought to be con
demned for laying a tax to arrest a debt that
is increasing daily and can only be extin
guished by pa3mient. But. furthermore, we
contend that no retrenchment can be effactual
until the depreciated city currency is dis
placed by one which passes everywhere; be
canre, we cannot expect to find contractors,
l.la-rers or merchants sufficiently pItriotic to
pay out Inited States currency for their ser
vices, or for the merchandise of which they
dispose to the city., in exchange for a currency
n iorth forty per cent. less than its face.
Nor do we find many self-sacrificing, patri
otic tax payers. who promptly pay their taxes
and licenses in United States currency. They
Irrefer to buy up the city money at an im
met se discount and pay i. into the city trea
ury at par. Now, if the city treasury receives
no United States currency, he cannot pay it
out, that is clcar. He therefore pa.ys oat city
money for the very ,siuple reason that h, h.it
no ,1l r. 'ThLus, the con:r.tctr wht is w:l
I, l,! to ,i:.l a tridg i,,' r to clean the streets
ar ti n thl~u:nl di,.rs, must bats,, his bidsla
ut cn the u,.r!:t J., Oc of the currnc'y in
, Li: hl he expects to be p,,i 1, ant mult there
f re bid seventeen lthoilsand d )liars it ,rd-r
to r.al,-e the puice at which lie was xillin.
to do the work.
1 he Lardsare deal--r w-ho sells his n :i!s at
Sa kec, must ask : -1 tri get his miney back ;
i. d wlan tie city notcs are paid out i,t they,
rates, the ainnu.l tcaxiltuitur. s are ihnir, tised
at least a half nillion of dollars. Aul yet
this city money- .u'-t be re rilto- 1 at par or
re ndiated : unl ss, in 1 ,-,.th, 1 ;- ti rt i ,r ,-;
tLat a e shoutld stip tul,;i:d i Irell,- .:, l re.
lpaitint streett. h:le,"i are use,l o:!v Iv
dr:l I! n, i-ab-o n, ceirtiie-n a I othl: . who
pay t10lI,(00 per annItut1 ,r t.he privi.f.· c-f
running over th In . '1," se persons are cou
piel:d l.y law t pisy up their Ii.
cen.- s in Janu.ary a:nd l'ebru:ary of e .,h
ta ir, tihreac, tLe nral e tate tax p y
ters re allowed ei-ihteen n-:illths b, f re
suit can be I rounLt against them. We
trust ti at the ]h e will reconsil. r its viy-vs of
this n.attrr and aid in sec;ling the r,..:iia
tion tf the boad and tax oidinuce hi- the
Tita I.t- ai.--ILe full,i ug v,.r ;.c, 1
tant rr oClI;ti;n has been :ldptedl yi L t. ::
of public works. Liparian propri.,:s a\, i
do n 11 to coni-h r the i,-Ifer herein nm i., ii.l
to act on it t, the t :e:A of t.heir m, n, .
al!c f-i tIle1 :11 t, if ttL y - h e .. '1 ":,nt
tirt o >, m~ch:g Ito - tLu ,L.... - t,,tu
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r ritie n is v gP r" - e.nwrin'nti , t, -
l'i.etd s iLi r lepai' ad rtn lh e, tta:l 1 ..
thil tlf th, i.tI (,exuLt, is l :1e;.: " ,
"sit · ]".a,'- j-lar :d ln "1 , ",! th 1-.l' . :?b r' "
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i , I 'V 11 ' Trit Ilualit"ie lto grartder ct ' I :ro
pae. i- ry r et'- Hl tO hulloe iltrrady co.uluratce,,
a a telte ren., o- n a tuj--'ie 's,?a. The
Ia -i Ir t ws ' - "" l. w h I, 'nda 5 eves the
' tiis i-f i-a !r-it tcrr ii,, earthf1'i-kcs a,'il v >
it-it t le :Je tl-i e ni -t tlrib'e re r!s l iid
en, r , i fi. vtm or trd i,- -0l: ven the rte,' ri
-!' ci - I t. ' ' , ..r 'etr"g a r:r , 1. I ' r, f.
. h Ii It , ·i ew I v· e , t - leg to ci n a t ,'.i.
et it a very unsate ti-'e I- stay on arsy n -'--,.
ti .t tLee i rt II the ate vUi t l t, allieta i: 's
h-ave u rt 1 tl ti r atL it c ,r t ter aut I,,re
i no l-p ltt. r -, t - , , - ''t t e theiry t eat alli
"ouiiatres hatrn o a t, Ii, l i -vt o eri- erta atild
t II iOMr ( - i.I- h t e tl i e.,. : . l ict i aI oi i
h- eitn fter 11O n,-, ti.ee-n- -trh- . In
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S- r - , -i . t -' i r. I i- art tto a iir e ,
SI- - -er .ed, rx ra Ltgh ttr- ur,-.
Se fate in at re for at pi, r u rt;.. i iin at
'o da c w P ti<i tiar'cd vrofessor. the i.a:te as
fit ",i 'ti. b bd tie ihibita,,t it tle pits e
nr tx:-t-- 't - -in lMar a..d iapecr. t'hi
I, nct . b- it in, t ime I, ier than the esrit,
ras turi'n m , - a i, l:e . it 1i i iiath u t, ti -lat intlo
Vera. h- tr- d . l1 -i : u, Ihese tiie'y-.tven
1 -,et n )' oust Olet- by r-'rtn-aers; taiey are
it Ic t _i . ' l- e 'cc k ial (~ eai've l-ii ,ia u
l Is ave rivcen us t uih .n descriptlas oci the
S it.im.r ex, r:i I, e-I l y tie- ienabl .its thussud
eri ' parod ,i-run-t en ote piece, childrea
a atii tLcr--hu lictd on one, and wife on anm'hir ;
" 1itt. 'o-. wa!.ut thc leait prriab'h:y oi
r ct-r incg t0 each other Tre-c iges ty n-si or
i grai; h. t ni tiin be better repared than
e 1 for th Wnart -- In e m ininrm . al
EW PEPFUME FOR THE HAN.K: IHilF,
" I 'lor De M1nyo,"
A Wonder! F ower.
vie FV -netr ie t of thi. Fxtr, t i i i o dti eldoi t at a di -. 5
it ,ely two or thret trop are ieceary tI perninia to ieJ
1ti, i- -ti p-etne w'u ,nt a botti -it tie Extract \Sar.anted
t to discolor te moast delicate f riic. Prepared h,
PHALON ,t SO)')A.
517 Br.dway. N ., tinder St. Nich-olas I 'et.
A~id'ar tiac Ie i bauggasa maid Vancj Goods Deaieru in
MAIBON DOREE, JOHN'S RESTAURANt.
I he utderosirned bte leave to inform big pt1roo snd the
ourbon street. opposite 1a Vine.. p P ttad
The 1DP Imen Ts la the weeli, rsMt. ree'
rlried factoruls of N. . Tobea T. 1. O.prw md 8pw,
A. GMRISWOLD & CO.'S,
1 an T lthe People
for TI iE SO UTHEN STATE
icle NEW YOL. NOV. 3. 19
"y if When the pure medicinal restorative, now so widely kie
- i Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps, was introduced into
hat world under the indorsement of Four tbnoeand leading -
- hers of the medical profession some twenty years szo,
preprietor was well aware that It could not wholly ercapel
penelty al'achLdto all new anr.d useful preparationst I
therefore, endeavored to inaebt t with strongest possible m
lent guard agslnst counter'eiters, and to reader all attempts
the pirate it dificult and dangerous. It was submitted to dis:
ICL- guthed chemists for ana'ysil, end pronounced by them
trT- purest spirit ever manufactured, Its purity and properl
the havlrg been thus aUcertaIned, mnsupler of the a-ticle wre I
late warded to ten then-rd.l p!tiians, including all the lead
prai 'tioners in the United tlates, for purposes of exp:
S rer.t. A circular, reiueting a trial of oe preparaton i
a ren ort of the relrlt, accompanled e.tcd h specimen. F,
thu l.ar!d o. tne mlet ee noet meI ical men m. the lu
p'r,' llt'y re-ponded. Their opiuini ofu. the arieloe w
no uarlmouiuly flavirahle Sulch preparati.n, they said, '
na lorg boer wanted ty it.e prosieloi a, n , reliance cou'd
Ii,- laced on the ,rdinary I,qucrs of commerce, all of wui-h w
be- rrore or lees adl'ter ted., and therefore unti f r med.ca' p
r , poces. The polullutr \ce lence and strength of the oil
,to 'n per, w! ,l h foh,ried one of the principial ingroaieat of 1
chnaplpe,together w4 th an unnl' t'.' l character of the aicon:
a:ement, c>ve I . , tLe t,'inlaton of the faculty, a smar
superiorl rity , .r ev- ,,tier d.tfua.,o srtu aln at - diures
tniy t,.ttcand r~.l,trat: t.
These satllaectory credentina' from p-ofeesional men of t
highest rank were pulshedh In a condena d form, and Inclo,
ITe with each bh tt e ,I Felnapop, as one of the guarantees of
ley eenulreot . O her precautions against fra·d were a
1111- Idopted a patert was obtlined for the article. t1.e lad.,l w
a c I ~t'I'tgLe l a tai 'mile of the proprietor's ait'agrpb:
f Le:dc,. -.4a Ic a'.;to ea t lIbel ani ceter,b his alaa
th't" of the pit,. n wer en1,tsrel on the boctlu, anld t
,. i"~w'e -a wu.:. 8,,. pi one ,eal. io arJicie hadeo
1' en "o,: .i !i , . 'c.it under the name of Schlapps plior
I e int r.Ld' t on ,'W olfn Sciidatl Aromatic ichnapp.,
I :.! and t nlatl - wa lar; ined, a. his tr.le mark, in t
-t ted tMates Dietrict t-,nrl or the Sautaclte Dlutri .,t Not
"In I k dh irg tLat yeair.
in It Illht Le su -psed ly pnr' ,nel UIIcn.O i a '' e I 'tL tihe d.
e- i. chaact,. r If the pirates who prey :i~.c: the rennn.t*, in
Iy L, :.oruble mlerchant, i, veni 'ig deit.r i sus tra'i un let the
na nre. e I, . Dr ct .. in rcrrtfuray th'ow aro, aln the
ect nap,a won , ae pre 'ude i he l"tr..d;'. ,s anl t sale
at coulntel , its. T rey seer., howe' er, on y :: hl'- e stimoulab
the rapacity of impe:,.rs. The trade ma:k of !he pr pret.
'.as bhen stolen, t.e it lor.c,:ic":t wh' a h' C 'liedo
.\. at.c Schnappsallne reerived 'rem the umnedol profJIsi
SJ ha-s been lue med ty rei , len ,u %i- hui'tulgl hic lanel' ar
HI bltt:es hate n I:nt led, h. < ilverti me-,tc pa-pl,'rase
or ; c: ,ic rcp.d, and woure than a't. ld:.holnrale retailer
a'ter Lcapt-: ' of t e gon.,ie . 'n:etlt o. !i.e bht:le, ha,
:.lied tIem up With c.,tcn. m, ll, tfle tiot dleeteioulli of a
1ii. q r-, and tin. . m La li- name aui br-aId al c -er for ponb l
:le I .1 ,c. t! e rte,.d, al p.ofe' ."a a1.' t the , ick, tir whln
the bchuct.m A' at S, L ap; a I: re-' be ! as a reilcd
arte ~J:y :tre t i , . p' pr. it, t.. d.testi
e ,." t i" r tr ' :,n .I • . r, . .tr., in. p al tla. " l,- 'en- i
. te, maIto!:t'lt'red at the estc'bhb'ruent Cf the uhnlt
n , a ' edatr. Holilar t.: - i.iltd fr ': a barley oU tI
L." hrt t.<ali a.d woLliit o.th an es.utal iext luctlI tI
re , 'e t; e 1'a ian It.-per., of uneualed ptrty b a p-.
e cesc unknown dn the pritparatn , i atIy etater liq ,r., it
o ''red fTrm every ncr mot,,it:-c ...d , rr ,ve ele'.ent.
C, n t' s.,a : e ,, e. re.r. ed fro., :ha jl a.aug ph3" .,
an - 'a, .q1- iu the h ut:t'ru tates o' the i or ch v a'
te:", L- :,f : e h' ule dam Arrnati.a br u utppst, tlu..o ,-e m.
ket an "! tra, a<." ,.".: t e ".. l .r vt us.n; It as a
aTt t :ate to t", i) .hI b ::htece of cl.whole@ ICo live. Wd.l
- it: y that ti.etp gni, put up ui u..f eda-o bottles is fro
" 'u:el;tly palmed oil ituptlt the nrwary. Tli'e agents af tI
uirldertind have I ten re,; e'C^l to il.t": !.te it..,' l. .ie ^n 1!
.ut sect, end tI, . rwerd t " ' thi e O : , . , e < h part.e- a
tt i t yay asertiun t, bLe enla,ed in the atrc'ious %'tuom a
aec'c It ton II. , r-:Mi ,, the oider.:--ed wou d ano that h
L- n t. I.n.,.; I. C..... n , t, he ',ne .1 mcif-I t ca.t n
, m n 7 nce : A:..sil , pr ', c.:,1. t et x -,
ticltrty ard e rr t:na e' clen'-i ', ti."'-S. el 'ni Ac~
' ..it , i..l, i: t le uaser pe:.. d Infe T , il:' 1Hl- ."
at I t i, 'lIt ` 't. , r It with -l ea .intee, and s , a u, 'i+, .
t e ce-, - ,_ ,..,! 1 rote the pu:,b !c and t el' asl:.=
' ra . u t .h : .-'t tth b . ' ,, . '. t:: '
: . t., w r'Id i t 'it be unti riu- upe udel n,, ,
c aau ; irate,i , th t -e :. t clallet_cd I:..t.: al t,,, o l y
, t,, p,. rll on , an. exp r:menj i:: a! ::t. ~.r.":, a. ,I -r
e, ry C , hr a i ' te pr e,"ar :; on w" , ',ea- fti r il ls,, ee 1 anC
trI de .,ark, , is :: e !r tr:a:ml atL He theret re., eea' il
- d o F r . ' , ti . us lgcr'i , " t: t I , - t I
:-itr e : a;:.L, : - r:-. , t, d,"' e:rceesld ; et;, ~ u -ch '.
• , ' :,te ',. .e ,t, . ,,I, . 'f e : ), d, e , railse
,pen t le pe ailh the . t) a , la" eG acrs to
remt)y o g eat an evl.
TI ic ,llo alrg le:tei : d, r,: catcs from t !u , le.:,jr n, phv
n iifare i t ;, eu i -:c ' ' . v w , , c o ,'.,e c ier t. !t
a '.,d- r " , tie ' ' e, r c' o, tr ore re 'ie :
, I c. hLD-I.a'o WJL .
S i',eI nl.,. t at!rg.rt y at ri, xt
, reel , t y Dure t <t,, t ut r of mo ille, p,.
ritL 'f L; ,ir , .e of ai:A b e, a ,, ti ' h i , y flhi
A'oiD o. i c ,TTi. re . I th
itc1 t- to t'
0I aL t rn r I · an ··i n( i r ]: s ,or b<rg?, I'ld ,r* I N y,;
,,r, h :lrl toia fihL o 'ipy t u'e o.f tI . deIk ori n h.,b
rtmo acs oao aehetarrelrht t on1r for
S te h t .t .. ir r e t ri l t i -i t!e -I . lttrrt'altentn
,, !re- t r c " h r lr ae
I) ar ,- r-- I mt 'edn to ii ! at'e-4 oii two e t1i
r .dam 5thnpnl," w' ch I too'k ft m a rs.t
] u ,'e t, ,r bl o.rd wareheue. and freli an o uhe e·re that
ai , r t i re frli m injr,,t, l ' redint s or
Snll, h ti t' t e miernkt ol beimng r rced lbid a, r
i- DIr io ner ,i toe .'t "r de eI de the ane. ol
ed Ictit Cto raoulen 005 o e r unt -r tnalr
ftlc, d h osnnL e - ee, t Lu* -ow ' ...
We' - eY e dt*ned the teve at clet itn.rtei hade e dca
yn lre cd:el e e Goen whccin you oell il em the n' rs eifr
Arbm'tic "chrdam B' acppe wrnch we oncsider cc datle f
tit-le to tcnn tobh rtpuathe n at hen a n. d rd 'i chis a untrdm
tAdtrhm r ;n g einlerC c t n- e ei tspsrt, vor
We w eld re memmar! ya.' to peiat some oe thc e, -c:s
ieSEH ear Tno it. D.,e part of inthe e.t s tet. - t:r
the LS ON SEL N. De a Wine-, wnere ts ;, ft
Jion can obE i the Dae when needtd s r n dical
pupoe .of r. N Yr d C , , o.
91 ng ysesa in otar entrrps i,
AL propTINE MTt M D.o I'es r of e rgery, v
aedy Med cal eboh yMe, New Yore.
J. M. dORlO(lI M. D, Prfessr s peinr l y :rry
Bix UelIntL WOtrFt.
NEL8ON SITEELiB M. D. Nl.. 87earLPn1 s Lt .
J ~UDOLPRO WOLFF,
108....... CANAL BTREET........ 108
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
a SILVER AND PLATED WVARE,
GREAFATLY REDUCECD PRICRe.
The undersigued, thankfhl for pat favors to hib old custom
ers, wisbing to show his apprec ation of the same, mad taking
into connideration the stringency of the times. offers his
RICH DIAMOND and
OTHER FINE JEWELRY,
"WATCHES, SILVER WARE,
PLATED WARE, Etc.
From this Date, at unparalleled Low Price, so that every
one can now buy their Christmas and New Year's Presents at
pricas detling all competitinu.
1 tI Canal "*'eet.
Gran d ExAtbit gls.
1IEADct'ARIERS SEYMOUR KEI(;GHS.
The Grand Exhibition of DEMOCtRATIC BANNERS,
° WREATHIIS. FlAGi, etc., to be given under the an picas of
the SEYMOUR KNIGIHTS, will contmetceen
THUE:SDAY, THE :,n DAY OF DECEMBER,
AT TRwa MAUMe m MALL.
The different Democratic Ilubs of this city will please ap
poiLt a cmm.ittee of three to meet the committee of Reymour
kninhta at the Gem Saloon, on Royal street, on GSAULRDAY
NEXT, at7'i o'clock. In case a Club cannot cnveniently
saplnt a cormmittee the 'resident will please appoint some
member to reprerent the Club.
This meetl g of tommitttee has retee*nce to the abore
J. E MAGI:IRE, Chairman.
R J DUFFY,
CHAS. S. FREY,
JNO. 8. TULLY, President.
Vr's H Witt Secretary
John If '.4orris r Co.,
GENIIRAL COMMISSION 31I:PCH.INTS,
Ati `T1 FOR THE
GREAT tMR!CAN FIRE AND EURGLAR-?ROOF
MANUFACTURED BY DIEBOLD, BAIIANN .hk (O.
The above SAFE obtained the First Premium of a GOLD
MEDAL each at the Mechan:cs' and Agricul.ral Fairsef
L.ts iana November, 1d6. and January. 181l,
JOHN W. NOlRIs & CO., Agents,
51 CANAL STREET, N O.
J. . .ittkena or Son,
DLO.......... Tehoupltoalse Street..........
Inmporters and Deitlers iin
FOR BUILDINGS. FOUNDRTES, RAILROADS, STEAM.
BOATS. (OIT.N i'KbSEd.
Hoep freo, Baer Iron, ('oat Steel, Sprlng
iten,, Bolts sma Nuts. Wood Sere s,
Washere, Hardware and Toole
of e cry description.
FIRE GRATES, PAINT-., OILS.
V4RNI4H AND WINDOW jLA4s.
Blackmar'8 .7Iusai Store,
NO. 1b4 .....CANAL STREET...... O. Ii
.New Orleans, k
DIRL, T .. Oi'1IOb'l E CHRt.r CGUEi.LI,
IPFrt, F--R Truia
Wm nRbhe A C( "s Ba timore PIANOi;
tWic ;tee u, Fih.ller A t'oes I'IA vs;
Pr:ey. WV. .I A os I'IANS;
Pince & Co ' Antomati oOR.IAr;
Rdw.rds & Co. it atimnre ORIG .NS;
An-l 9,le Ageny fer the United States for the Musical Pub
licatlons of lth ' "c'rrepondance Muicale," La Baye, lol.
Ir, vd i no t, r Re. t Pi1.0, Tuned and Repaireed p
C'lollting Clothieg e
IF YOU WANT CLOTHING,
\ I" LOW \ HICIES,
VV 110AEMBAl1L OR RE'I'AZIs, Ci
-GO TO- Ti
D ()NNIV N '1 ',
'" I 'neorine Mtcceat, CUrner ('anal.
.\ NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Corner M]g alnec and Si. Aadrew Street. 8an
Over Liberoans Dry eoods b:ere.
PHOTOGRAPIII. $2 50 per dozen; I
AMBROTYhPh 75 cents; th
PORCtELAIN PifCiLURS, S3;
And atll woerk guaranteed eqitl te any done in the city.
C.ll and se e~r Specimens. d
WILEY & R80UCY. an
To Sugar PlanerrM. Co
1'UROLINE FLEUID, al
fiR (iE.A' NESS. BRILLIAN4"Y OF LIITT, AND I
P'ERFE,?T SAFETY. * .
CLANNT BE bURPAS3EP, re
Are now for sle at
IO.... ...........(.Cramp SLtreet ............10 8a
MANU!ACTURER OF HAVANA CIGARS a
IMP)oTER OP GENUINE LEAP TOBACCO,
186 tAMPART STREET, Vii
OEW ORttEAN. hal
Orders fr lCIGARStlf every quality illedpromaDa~and wilth V
etrtetattcntlo. e;il C'lgars c.nr.·e-a. In Havnaat asur m
prtinr ' ..- .-... Also LI.AF TOIAUGO (oth th
..,. laaos and Americantor alI kinds.
bas received a large upply of RlsONSII f~a Granada
uoe. I, 16 and 20.
PMALL PROFIT eand QUICK RETURNIS C
. 3............. ('amp Mtreet............ ..
BHIUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
CROCKE.RY. CHINA, G.LAS sod HOC.EKEEPING
WARES creptlet. What connot be fosnd here is hardly
worth lo.kitlg ·fter.
We Lnvite an examtnetim of our new rstock, arriving by
every stearer, sad selerted with care by oar Mr. Shepard. .
Pelite clerhks in waiting, and pricese xtremelt mdeuratU.
GOods eent fras to any part of tna city, wholesale ad detal
d rrire T2cs adel asemd Blanket
BAGGI NG a.
TO PLASTRS, PACIOiS AND bDALERS
ow L andinga estea p r Ch oItio ad shiOgese
arge .aees at tesibrated ARROWm 21, seseese L
lity Engls Wrought Ir s10, IaIad I tbeI~5A;
-n---ys aom 3 tee Iweeleek. tlle a eg s ylMM d Sh el
ats ad balad stso assia a o a- De BA LtTa g A
Dseaka er the a Ui
eebai rha at sha
lmpertaunt to Ike L.adts.
For the soeemmedation of the Ladles, the madersgned ha
opened a RETAIL BRANCH e his establimet at
187 1-2 Canal Street,
Whebe es be fomun the choleast assertmeat of
i, MILLINERY IOODM,.
DBESS AND CLOAK TRIMMLNGS.
TO ES HAD IN THIS CITY.
ig A full assortment of Ladles'. Misses' and Infants' BATS,
atnimmed and uatrimmed.
R1IBONS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS. ETC.
C A this Stock is REPLENISHP D DAILY, by xpreu
and t1eamer, from theJNorth and Europe, customers may
SdeeLrd on seeing the
VERY LATEST NO)VELTIES,
VERRY LOWEST PRR!'ES.
At 1857' Canal Street.
One Door from Burgunly strees.
Wholes.ale Mese ........7 Maeeos e Strels,
of Between Commes and Grayder streets.
Where MILLINERS and DRESS MAKERS ena be fhr.
ntshed with EVERY ARTICLE inthe r line, and COUNTRY
I, MERCHANTS can bave their crders Stietd r Ladle' Hats
and eonnets, Trimmings, Etc , on the moot favrrable
27 Man lne ,'reet.
E. J.. Tyler,
115......... . . CANAL SREEIr........... 1135
u IHas on hand and is corstantly receiving from the best man,.
hctories in Europe rod America,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
OF HIE FINES? DECRIPTIOJ&
isa also on hand a large and varied aeartmsnt of
TABLE ANT? ORNAMENTAL SILVERWARE,
Gold Siller. Steel and Rubber PPECTACLES and EYE
GLASBBIS, Broune and Partan ITATLARY and FANCY
Particular attention given to the repairing of Watches.
Jewelry and resettung of Diamond,.
F RILVERWARE MADE TO ORDFR.
a. Perfectly Sare Light,
I'OIITAI;tLE GAS LA\MP.
X"TJ1e. OIC) I W+IjtJX
Can be ued In any Common Lamp with a trfling exupise of
changing the burner, sad of whlhb Dr. I. L Graweour, the
able Chemist of this city, says:
" In my experiments with the PUItOLISE FLUID I tried
my best to produce an explosion, and Completey FAILRD,"
He also mys:
" I have for some time past and GOUCH'8 PORTABLE
GAS LAMP, and fild the light wh to and superior to the
oralnary coal gas. I can salely reeommuand it for Cheapness,
Beauty and Putrect Safety."
For Sagar-hou.e use th Lamp has No Fqual.
For ur, her particulars and innumerable recommendationa,
100e .......... CAMP STREE .............1@O
..... ........C.HARTZUS STREET........,,....«.
t. J)WV'CPSEAU A 00. Importer, ao M low !*ý
'iAEPTIIO-ngtlish ante. Amerloan, of all kinds /s
rn:,.lture end enamel OI. CLOTHS; AI'T4n( h reIy
'Lnta, lull pieces Cocoa; WINDOW SHADES'Table ad
talus-6 Coaes uirnmb Clothe-Dnggelsrug , d rult' Oar
wonýLa l rp. W iord, Damma.lsos; Faruhm besetr.
Ine -.T.,.ur erA "..4v, arrlied: (florvtrw SRands. Pir, ta.
"Soulhern Lansd" .E'essey.
We off.r our servie for the disposal of LANDED PRO
PPRTY. etc., tou the Southern Stateb Reterses and its
ormatlon prompt y tgivn.
LIVINGSTON, EGERTON & CO.,
No, I5 IaeLrtr street. WN TYrt.
Will find at oar old stand, 29 Camp street, all deserlptiee of
Bouse Furnishing Goods. Fine Coutlery, Plated Ware Fine
Cnt and Plain Glseware; French China, Plain and Deeor.
ated Dnner and Tea o a; St, China, Plan and Faney
RAWC'L E. MOORE & CO.
A'e.w Orleanis PostolRce.
Time of Arrlval and Departulre of Mallh
Route S0O1--ew Orleans to Brahler, leave daUy (segpt
8nndlly) at 7 A.n. Arrive daily (lhtuday excepted) by 6 p. n,
tnlter #-r-New Orleans to Canton, departure daily.
Clouneat .30 r. , Sunday at .1 . Arrivm daily at S:
Route S'S-New Orlee to BSL Prersville, sopplytagh all
the otces opened, departure Monday at 3 r. L. and Friday at
8 a . Arriaes Mondly and Frid , mrnligs.
Route ~)t--tew Orleans to Carrolron. via Jeferson City,
departure Monday and Thulrsday e 9 A. Arrive MeOnd
and Thureday at 4 . a.
It oe tibJ--New Orleanso to llnr ettlementL Lowm r
Coaot. departo-eTuesday and Friday at 8 A. . Arrives San
day and Tbhursdy.
Monte 8LU6-new Orleas to Moble, departure daily at I .
a.. Hsenday at . Arrlven dolly y 6 a. .
Route 8I,7-New O(rleens to .,,rvlgtou, LaL, departure
Monday and Thursday at 8A. . Arrrve Tuesday aMd yrida
Route - New Or!cans to Alg era., departure dailly at A
5L Arrive daily by II a. .
Itoute 8100-hlew O leas to Vickshnbrg, supplylngr all the
efies opened to Vricksbhurg; alo Red River and O)uachite
Parlnbeu. Departure Tneday anld l,turday at 3 r. . A~.
rives on Monday and Friday morning..
Mails for Lake Co,Mt Tuesdays an Thursday. at9 A. I.,
Saturdoys at t11 s , Pascagoula, Ntturdoys at II1.
Mails for iGal.etron, H tostoa, Indlanola, an Antonfo,
Brownnvill, Brat,, Bantisgo vylWew Orlens and Opeluee
alroad, clone at? A. a. on Snday and Thursday.
Tanrlr of Pootage flr Mentlo, Cuba. Wes
OGuadaloupe, Martin·lune. French and DOcteh (riuna a
Vincent's. Lt. Lucia bt. ViLnont, TrdLad, .Gresnada--1 cant
half ca. optionaL
C.bL Mexic-, Hlyti, Porto Rico. T m St h eJm ,
Venezuela, Cuited Stutea of Colombal Elnglih tuiana--l
oent. half o., obligatory.
BSLiva OhMl, Ecuador-3d eonta half os., ob!igolory.
Circular. are rated as book packet. 4 ,,. or ender.
BSel~om, lwltzerland and (Iermnr, eue each.
France 4. England 6, and Italy I cets Leach.
lu*sla 1l, vya Hamburg 8 roasst ecb.
Sweden 13, via IHambur II cente es.
Opens at 5 o'clock A. M.; see UaSP a.
Rnnrldy. ote openr e e'soelek A. Wa.; elosee at ia
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
No. a EAST TWFNTEIYW T'RETw 5aW TORE,
asllU S eatma toa UUUO. U Aem.ans m asw .
- e ilm e jm me be SnmotM *em MrBelg ht
hOeleamn PATANI.O ODsOIVZta
ieh gn h -s Ipg * 5.Y e