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RATURDAY MORBING, NOVEMBRB 21, 18 .
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O)J:a'NT CITYl Mrast' AND lFNaoERIE-0,~nd
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Ta buxmnA CREscnxr.-The Sunday COur.
mrrW, in all respects, is a paper which we offer
as ereditable to the literature and journalistic
enterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the
latest news by telegraph. and mail, with in
teestin4 local events, with a miscellany of
literary contributions original and selected,
and witl: the latest financial and commercial
bltelligeeice, it is a paper which we k
eser tt the public with entire eon
Mdence in its being acceptable. The
Inday CBEscxwr being carefully and leisurely
read, is a paper the advantages of advertising
In which are so apparent that nothing further
an the subject need be said. 1I
The weekly CarEcsMr, Issued every Sat- it:
eaday >Y orning, contains the news of the a
week telegraph and mail, editorials, i
ledal m ers of interest, financial and com
erselsummary, state of the markets and
a oolleltion of interesting miscellaneous u
rnticleaj It is an acceptable present to send
to a friend or correspondent in the coun
ty. Chpies, put up in wrappers, ready for r
the mail, can be had at our counting-room. t
We will receive a limited number of adver- v
laememits for the Weekly, and as the paper a
benulate in all the surrounding States, its c
walae as an advertisini medium is very great.
The Republican persists in maintaining
that the negroes do constitute a portion of
the politicai cormmunity of Louisiana, be
cause they have been endowed with the lower
of voting by the Congress of the Unite.l
States. That is begging the question at-'
issue. We deny that the Congress of the a
'nitei States has any right to make voters
in the State of Louisiana; we deny that the
negrotes have any legal right to vote in this j
Ntate--using the word legal in its larger and
constitutional sense. If they have any such
right, it is a natural and not a legal a
right, and they have no more natural
rights. now than when they were slaves.
Indeed, the whole doctrine of a natural right
of sufrage resolves itself into irretrievable
absurdity. But it requires something more
than an act of Congress, or even than a State
Constitution, to endow an ignorant and
debased class of persons with the qualities
which.alone entitle them to be considered as
formirg a portion of the political com
muaity. Something more is necessary than
going ýthrongh certain forms and ceremonies,
such qys putting a piece of paper into a ballot p
box all the word of command-an accomplish- '
ment 'which could be taught to the learned
mule,;or the instructed horse which spelled
out viords at the Academy last year, with
almo as much facility as to these newly i
invented citizens. We should be the last to
deny pny poliical privilege to al:y body of
persobs who might demand such privileges, o
or rights, with a serious desire to exer
cise them, and with even an approxima- c
tive jnderstarding of their nature. Indeed
it isi not only impolitic to refuoe com
plianoe with such a demand, but it is impos
aible to resist it. But that the negroes of
Louisiana ever asked for the right to vote, in 1
the rtame saene that non-enfranchised Eng
lishnoen ask for it, or that they understand t
by iti what the white people who devised it,
meae by it, we utterly deny, and no candid
man !il affirm. They were made voters by
an ejterior power, in order that they cnight
be uned as a portion of the effective numeri
eal sirength of the Republican party, and that
they might enable a few intrusive political
spec-dators to usurp control of the Southern
Btatye. It would be just as sensible to count
the tepubliean ballots as a portion of the
politcal community of Louisiana, as to count
the egroes. After all, the question whether
the aegroes do really constitute a portion of
the people in any just sense, is a question
whit is to be decided by time. The Repub- b
liear thinks that time will decide mn its favor,
becahse, we presume, the Radical Congress,
or eneral Grant, will invent some means of
akog the negro vote effective against the
whir vote. On our sidc, we do not believe
that any uch means will ever be found.
The. hite people of Louisiana will govern
Lousiuan henceforth, because they ought to
govern, and if the Republican does not be
ievqi it, just let it wait and se.
If those ~ho object to the bond and tax
crdibance would propose some feasible plan ci
to rgieve the city finanoes, their objeitions
wou~l be more reasonable. The mere asser- o
tion.-hat the action of the council in propos- be
sing to issune bonds is impolitic, will not eat
isy ue people of the soundness of that I tl
opinon unless some other plan that can be ti
-do &fed successfully is put forward. Weo
=nd rLand some few of the property holders
are in favor of retrenching the city's expense.
by s'.opping all work on the streets, and also
by saving the erpense of $14,000 or $15,000
-pr month for lighting the city. They like
wisq think that hereafter there shaM be no
orgnized police under pay. Their argu
mest for these changes is that if the streets
reuot lighted, the people will stay at home j
at hight; and that if there is no police, the
citizens would band themselves together to
protect their homes and families. We trust
thai the opinions of these gentlemen will not
he jndorsed by the association.
EliLINO OF TEI NaW Yoax.-The steamship C
Re. York, Capt. Dryer, sailed yesterday morn
tLg for BHamburg, via Havana sad Southampton, l
wt a tofull freight and the following named pu- c
,Ageae I Blanc, Fward Iae Boy, J. Joaqu in
P co, James Colqaoan, Wmin. Tchlodtmano, J. H.
Pi-ken. John Haber, Otto H. Bohe, John Dahllng,
and 2. In the steerage.
large le o lehold furnitur of every
ds eipteg carpets, ete., this dsay, at 11 o'clock,
t Old Ametio Mart, 87 Camp Cstreet, by Mot- a
msy Bro. COo.
AUO'HR RADICAL PURATlION.
That an attempt will be made in the next
Congress to oust from the House a sufnSent
number of Democrats to enable the Radicals
to retain a two-thirds majority in that body,
is not to be doubted. They resent, in ad
vance, the mere shadow of the executive veto
in the hands of Grant, the mere possibility
that some darling measure for extending their
usurpations and strengthening their hold
upon power may encounter an insuperable
check in the dissent of the new President.
The tactics of this class of politicians never
change. The purgation of legislative bodies
has always been one of their favorite expedi
eats. When the Radicals in the Thirty-Ninth
Congress conspired together to obtain abso
lute control, directly of the legislative depart
ment, and indirectly of the whole government,
and deliberately unseated, under one flimsy
pretext or another, enough of their opponents
to accomplish this purpose, the proceeding, if
it may have surprised some, was certainly not
new. It was a second-hand trick, as old as
the Rump Parliament of England, and was
practiced by the Roundheads to carry out
their scheme of universalizing and perpetuat
ing their power. These Roundheads, like our
Radicals, professed to belong to a party
founded on "moral ideas;" and their prac
tices and professions harmonized about as
strikingly as the practices and professions of
the modern party of morality which has fol
lowed the leadership of the cynical Stevens,
the avowed infidel and open adulteri r, of the
heartless Bingham, the murderer of an
innocent woman, and of the conscienceless
Butkr, whose name is simply the index to
the sum of infamies. The forcible exclusion
of obnoxious Presbyterian members from the
House of Commons by the measure known as
' Pride's Purge," though more rude and fir.
grant in form, was not more audacious and
usurpatory in effect than the methods by
which the lI:dicals have horetofore mana~. 1
to elinmiate from C'ougress all but an in-ig
nifeant remnant of the opposition, so that
they could pass whatever laws they pleased
without debate, override the executive veto,
and reduce the presidential authority to a
cypher. They are not the people to abandon
the use of such methods her, after, when the
popular branch of Congress will contain
enosn"' lsem ocratic members to make up
wards of one-third of its total qpmber. This
fict, if permitted to continue, would compel
them to treat the views of the P'resideut with
a dethrence to a hich Congress has long been
a stranger, pnd for which the euterpri.a.g
and thorough-going Radic.d legislator has
about as much relish as the devil has for holy
water. Should disagreement occur between
them and Grant-as upon some question it
certainly must occur, unless he shall virtually
abdicate his presidential prerogatives and
responsibilities--he may find, if not sin:u
larly destitute of tact, in the D)mocratic
third of the House an invincible outpost
which will laugh to c orn all their efforts to
break down his veto and destroy his exs n
tive independence. They are the last men to
fore'go the earliest opportunity to effect such a
purgation cf the House as will insure them
the same absolute mastery in legislation dur
ing the incoming administration which they
have held during the administration of John
son. Thly will doubtless try to initiate a
policy looking to this end at the next ses.ion
of the present Coigress. Alreadly, some of
the Republican papers, the :+t. L.onis Dlemo
crat, the Chicago Tribune and the New "l ork
Times, suspecting this intention and believ
ing it to be injudicious, are advising against
it. But these prpers, however much they
may have protest. 1 against liadieal schemes
of ..- irl : t sl , lav , auiw :,ys fallen iln with ti.
lIusilel.s ais n as tho.t s, b, mses were ac
compip.shed. It may be assuimedl, then, that a
Radical purgation cf tie; n at Congress will
be attempted and that whatever is itft of the
Republican organization will indorse the pur
gators. But will Grant and his supporters
patiently see the accomplishment of the high
handed measure ? Will Grant consent to be
less potent in the government thian a sen
tence of Wendell Phillips and a joint re.olu
tion pushed by Sumner and Butler: t)r will
he he disposed, after the lIadicals have gone
tlrou-h with thfir imitation of "' rid."s
P'urge," to offset it with an imitation of the
Cromwellian purge '? Events must tell
The leIpublican attempts to e.st di cr,.lit
in adv;:nce on the bonds to be issued unild.r
the ordinance of the council, for the lurpou'
of rudeeming the outstanding city notes.
The Republican can see, in this measure, only
a violation of law. and it supposos that ' a
day of reckoning is coming for these law
breakers." It does not inform us exactly
what law is violated by the legislation of the
council, butit seems to have some vague notion
that the city has no right to make provision
for tLe payment of its debts, because there is
I some legal prohibition against the issuing of
bonds without the sanction of the so-called
Legislature. Now, in law this prohibition
nnonnts to notLing, provided the bonds are
purchased. It is simply a warning to pur
chasers that they take the bonds at their
own risk--in other worTs that, being issued
without legislative authority, the holders
could not obtain judgment on them in the
courts of the State. The idea that the people
of New Orleans have no right to instruct
their council to offer bonds for sate on these
terms, is simply absurd-as absurd as the
threat that some time or another-for which
time the Bepublican graciously agrees to
wait, before proceeding to extremities-the
people of New Orleans, or the members of
the council are going to be punished lby some
body. for making an effort to pay their debts.
The fact is that the issuing of a bond is a
purely Lusiness transaction, and we should
like to know how the people of New Orleans
are going to be stopped from issuing them, or
how purchasers are going to be prevented
from buying them. The value of the bonds
-will, of course, depend on the confidence
which is felt in the ability and disposition of
the city to pay them, and the ability and the
disposition being indisputable, we presume
that the transaction will be consummated in
spite of the attempt of the Republican to dis
credit it. It may be that the voluntary pay- I
ment of this tax by the people qf New Or
leans will leave the less for carpet-bag offi
cials-but we do not suppose that such a con
sideration will have much influence in this
A woman In Baymond, New Hampshire, who
was maindl of the old adage, "'It takes a bbshel
of corn to fatten a hog's tai," actually eat off the
tall of her hog as a matter of eoonomy. Bbe was
somewhat inrprtsed In ding to the ty In a eouple
eof hors to Sad the pnker dead frm bleeding.
Person contemplating a visit to any
i foreign eountry, and more especially to Cuba
will do well to read the following circular
letter zeoeived from Mr. Seward at the office
}- of the person acting as secretary of state of
Louisiana. It will be seen that Mr. Seward
warns the public against persons representing
r themselves as "passport agents" in the vari
d us seaports of the country. These persons
have no authority whatever, and the certiti.
. cates which they issue, even when rsed by
r the Spanish consul, are rejected in Cuba.
The only passports sure to be recogniewd
seem to be those issued by the secretary of
h state at Washington, and travelers can be
sure of avoiding trouble only by making their
applications there :
DKPARTMI:NT OF STtTE,
Washington, iSept. 4, 1,;. ;
y Ofcial notice has been received at this depart.
ment that the Spanish authorities of the Island cf
Cuba have adopted a new regulation concern:ng
passports. That regulation requires all pasaei
it gers arrvng at the ports of that island to present
authentic official passports properly vised by
the Spanish consul in the ports of departu'e. and
that in case of passengers failing to exhibit such
.t passports so required, they will not be permitted
to land without compliance with special condi
tions, which wil' be found very inconvenient ia
r rany cases and impossible in others. Notice has
been received at this department that the papers
turporting to be issued by the mayor of New
Orleans and vised by the Spanish consul there are
rejected under the betorementioned regulations.
.Notice has also been received that persons resi
ding in the United States seaports, who call them
selves "passport agents." are in the habit of
grtvag certiioatas it which it is stated that they
have applied to the department of state for par
I orts, aud that those certifcates being vised by
the Spanish coansul, are presented as passports in
(uhan ports and are rejected tuere under tae
stame regulation betretuentiored.
(Signed) Wt. H. Sewaso.
Parson (onway, in a letter published in
Thursday's ~epublican, takes occasion to say
that he yields to the public opinion of the
State in the matter of separate schoolhouses
for the two races, for which, of course, the
I people aill be duly thankful to Parson Con
aay. Nevertheless, they cannot help asking
how it is that this functionary whistles his
sacramu ntal Constitution down tho wind with
so much unconcern. Perhaps the vote on the
.:d of November had something to do with
this sudden deference to public opinion, and
l.is remarkable obliriousness of cn'sititu
tional obligations. When he was inciting the
carpet-bag Legislature to pass laws which, if
an att rmpt had been made to enforce them,
niould ine itably have resulted in disastrous
collisions, he did not exhibit any respect for
public opiuton, or any of that tender regard
for tLe interests of edu,'ation which
he now manilfests. It is gratifying,
he a ever, to find that, even at
this late day, he has consented to tarke int)
his calculation a very important element
ahich the New England method eliminates
as a superfluous quantity from all political
and social problems-the character, and
opinions, and wishes of the people whom the
problem concerns. As to Parson Conwa)'sa
nonsense about compulsory education, it is
scarcely worth the trouble of serious refuta
tion. Indeed, it would be quite useless to
discuss with a man who is educated in the no
tion that liberty consists not in letting men
conduct their own affairs as they please, so
long as they do not infringe on the equal
rights of others, but in laying down some
general theory of conduct and compelling
men to conform to it. Rightly considered,
the compulsory--a system which is the logical
evlution of New England thought. and which
New Engrland carries into every department of
s, ciology--is the culmination of tyranny and
d, epotism, and it h:ts been so .garded by all
tl, great apostles of liler~li$iu from .\A~,l
Smrtll to Irlcert Sttencer.
SrTO. IIatlt. CoUii.L.a.--Th, annal iegis
t r r 11,;7 -' of this instit::tion has int h ,en
laid on our talle. The college is loiated at
South Orange, N. .T., twelve miles from New
York and near the MIins and Essex railroa.L
The situation is extremely healthy, the build
ings handsome and commodious, the boarding
acconumodations excellent, and the corps of
irntructors large and efficient. h. sides there
advantages there is attached an e-:tensive
gymnasium where calisthenics and gym
nastics are regularly taught as a branch of
study. Persons who may feel further interest
in the institution can obtain all information
from MIr. A. Willon, corner of C'arondelet and
Connmon streets, who will be glad to answer
ARnrivAl. oF ir MlarY.an.--The steamsl;p
Maryland, Capt. Iteed, arrived last evening tron
Baltimore, via Havana, with a good freight arind
the following naned passengers:
Frm I /rl,,',na F..I. Citneros, J. W. Philtrrook,
Ptdro Adelrey, - L'afere, Zenito A,.nil.d, N.
Frr.o t: y i.t-Gen. E. Upton.
BAt.u or A FINE RErIDEN'S, IIIDING| IYor IN
THE FOIIITU DI IT ANIi AT A CIIoxCS sqI.tRE OF
GanCROI, iN UtlTraVILE.-Messrs. Walton & Des
loode sell this day, at the Auctioneers' Exchanige,
esverl parcels of good property, including a fine
residence, on Constance street, between Fourth
street and Washington avenue, the fine building
lots in same square, and that fine square of ground
in Hurtsville, known as "'Mount Ar.rat," sltu
ated opposite Paul Cook's fine residence, and near
the Nicolson road, and the line of the New Or
leans and Carrollton Railroad. The sale begins at
12 o'clock v.
G(reat sale of fine horses, work mules, bhaggle,
hernees, etc; also, 2 fine Devonshire cow., this
day, at 11 o'clock, at P. LiLner's stab!e, Gravier
street, by Montgomery Bros. & Co.
THIE ALA!IIKA FURCHASE ENTIREY [C t'-Stl!
THE BAY OF SAMANA
IN VESTII' .NI
TO() ItE AIIANDONED::
And this Purchase to wind up his Ad
ministration with Eclat.
Vwe have releived through p-irate, though entUrely re
liabl, suriem, the tollowing piecs of important intJras
tioe, which we hasten to lay before our rsaders. It will be
seen that the sCquisitlvsna of Mr. seward has taken a new
tara, and that detroas of endlg his term f oflce mul ads a
blus of glery, e designs doing sOmething staurtln nut
we will keep the public in mpesa no loeger: An agent has
beern smtto New Orieas with inststios to pucbhase Six of
Musss. GARTHWAITE, LEWIS & 8TUART'S
For the aScretary'. private ass. This Age~ ast seea stead
ls lsterday, is abe dor ef teir magutesr( srs,
Nea Si sad 6s Came Seset.
TO "A. Pwegp.l
STUHE SOUTH'IERN STATES.
NEW YORK, OV. . s 1%.
Whea the poe medicinal reetorttve, new so widely known
as Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps, was introduced Into the
- world under the indorsement of four thousand leading mem
bern of the medical profesion some twenty yeas ago, its
. proprietor was well aware that it ould not wholly esetpaethe
penalty alfachrd to all new and useful preparations He,
therefore, endeavored to invest it with strongest possibl safe
guard aglnst counterfetters, nd to reader all attempts to
prrate it diff lelt and dangerous. It was submitted to distin
gaished chemists for ana'ysie, and pronourced by them tle
purest spirit e er manfactured. Its purity and properties
having been thus ascertnaned, smples of the article were for
warded to ten thousand physicians, includin, all the leading
Iracrtitoners Is the United States, for purpues of expe-.
trent. A circular, re uesting a trial of the preparatio and
a report of the result, accompanied each specimen Four
g thou-and of the most em next med cal men in tile C'ion
prlclptly re-ponded. Their opinions of the article were
unanrimouly favorable. Such a preparatiln. they said, had
d lot g been wanted by the profession, as no reliance could be
h pla.ed on the ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
d imore or less adulterated, and therefore nft. i r medica' pir
poses. The peculiar excellence and strength of the oil of
uiliper, which forn ed oe of the principal ingreaient of the
3 S, lcappe,togeth: r with an tu~l'oyed character of the ac!r.holic
eIement, gaie I', i 1 the , i;mtlon of the faculty, a marked
superiority ,el ev. ,te t. ci ditsive stautu atJa r ditret:c,
ttcn' asd ,rtorl:tl
Tl.eee s.t:afactor) rrldentlia' from p-ofor'ionsl ren of the
highest rank were .hn, i.d in acondenedl form, and inrl,..ed
with each botte of beloppo, as one of the guarantees of its
y genlinenrel. () her precautions against fraud were also
adopted. a patent was obtained for the artile, the label was
ropyrightel, a f.e tim:le of the proprietor' antoTraphi c
nature was atta<r ed to each label and cover, his ?name an
that of the preparation were eniogseeo on the bottls, asd the
corks were sealed alth his private 1eal. Noarc:r'e had over
I ee solid is th's cuontry under the name of Schnar,i,s prir t ,
t Le intrr.diuct i'o, nf W olfe's S':iedata Aromnatic Schasppe, ii
I 'I enol th.o lali was depolited, as hie trade mark, in the
ft:.ttd Mates Distri't Court for the Seutheru Ditrict of New
tork during that year.
It1 :: Le supposed -p persns nnsleqaintlle with the dr
it:- .lara.ter o' the pVrates who prey upon the renltatisn rf
honorable merther.t- by va i ii.ng d1!.,it. i as tratb under t:sor
naore, that the pr,,tecion sl, carefuoly thown aro a 1 thi-se
Scrcnap,- wuo'd base prec'ud i the intro.! lct'ins and sale of
concterfita. They seem, however, on;y t n ti stimulated
tie rapFacty of ir.lpccrs. The trade mirk of the proprietor
has hbeen stolen, the ondorsement whlcri his PF hiedam
Aromatce Schnappealone received from the mediesl professia
has been cla'med by mendacious humbugs; his labe:s and
bottles have been imitated, his advertis'ments parseorasd,
hi ci;rculara copied, and worse than all. dirhonoratle retailersn. ,
after ci.po-" of t' genuine content of his bttale, have
',Led tier rp with common gin, the most dwleteriou- of al
ihqn r', and this madle hlb name and brand a cooer for poison.
2Le public, the medical profession and the sick, for whom
the -cheioam AIrmatic Schnapps is pres-ribed as a remedy,
are egrally Interested with the preprietor in the d.tection
and suppression of these nef!rious practices. 'I he genulae
a.title, menutactured at the etablishment of the under.
si.-ned, in s hiedam, Hollond, is distilled from a barley of the
firet qualuty- and flavored with an essential eatraat of the
Ierry at the Italin juniper, of unequaled purily By a pro
tces unknolwn isthe preparation of any other liquor, It is
'Ieed from every acrimeoious aond correalve element.
C' mplarnts have been received from the leading physicans F
and failires in the Southern States of the sale of cheap im
tation. of t'e rchiedam Ar,mantle BSihnapps in tl,-iemar. I
kets; and travelers, who are in the habit of ustng it as an
antidote to ,- baneful i flnenee of unwholesome river water,
testiy that cheap i;n, put up in Srchedam bottles, Its ,e
quenty palmed of upon the nriwary. '::e as ent of the
nrdersigned have been reqented to institute iliuu te on the
sulject, and to forward to him the names of such parties an
they may areertaln to be engaged in the atrocious system of
deIl ption. In conclusion, the undesrigned would say that he
has produced. frcim crdor the hands of the most dietin-.
gri il ed ntto of ne enre in Anlerlca. proofs nuanswerabie of
th e pority an med.cinal excellence of the Schitdem Aro
:a.tie l Bl.inaps. that he has expended many thousand del
lare In orriour.d'rg it with hnuaratees and safeguards, srhilh
he deOi)-ncd should protect tie public and Limself aatlnst
trundolent rIn.ttione, that he has 'lown it to be theonly
1 lonr in tie world t:'at can be nalfcrmly dependel upon I
uiadlaterated; that he has ct.allenced ins eetgatlso, anly.
cos.. rmparlson, and experiment in all its forms. nd from
every ordeal te' peparati.,n wclsth beare , 'l name, seal and
trade nark, Las come ui tirl:rl.hanL He, therefore, fee's it
a duty he ose, to hi, :e;io.Jo-titczns generally, to the iuedicsl
irofeseion a:., the tck,, ti drter ne and expose tle charla
taI.S wo c unter feit these eviderlee of identity, and he alls
upon tle press and the .ol a."i to als iaI: ,u h,, e",crtt t
remedy so g eat an evoL
The following le'ters and c't:ficates from the Ilesing phy ti
ictans and , t.:elets of this city will prove to the leader that
all ioods s,:l b) the ut Uerolgned are all tbry are represented
to be. iUDOLI'HO WOLF. t
I ,eel I nand t way that I rcynreA your Schbnayps belin in
i,e reCieCt ire nin tt ) Oureanddeservl of medicalpi
tr,,oCe. At all events, st is the purest poshble artic:e of
tiIlaerd (lin Iereto',re obtaiabil ald a eutrch rIsy be
rJ prcecriLed by physieciane.
DAVID , MOTT, M. D,
iearmacenrcnl LIoetist, oew Yrk.
"6 Pine Pnt' ti. NoW t oi,
Ceo r, Weve. Fq , lreeOet
Pter lr- I Lave mule a rhemi,.tl evmination ,f a samnle
of y.or Slhiroin, S'ihnapp., uith tue intent ot determi:ring if
ony ioreliyn or iltjurlious s.betanse had been added to the
aimiyle de- illed spirits.
Tieexam nation ha reu'tredl in the ortlusnla ithn tthe
sample c nustoed lno piisooas or t tirmful d;ncxtt ure I have
bee nnable to di ecter any trace of the deletecrims ub
stances whilch are employed in the adulteration of hII l crA I
w::a not helitate to use myselfr or recomaend to otori.ers. for 
meadit-el prporvee, thle ichliedem Schnappe so an exceilent
antrd unoltectiontble narlely of Gin.
Vare Prcenerttcllny ei-t
(Li;oined) C11AlS. A. BkELY, iLesi.t
Nnw e TOrt, i tono i'--.. r r
Iur ritnt Wet.rs. Es.. Present
lDear S~ir--l nave suibmitted to rhemr.led anrlvs, twr hut
tile ot "thtieam chloispi whtlch I ttok from a treeh l
ipcu'ro:- in . ht r ht tded warehoube, and Ilnd, as Ibetfore, thba
the epirltunos li, uor Is free from luj-lro; tn.:teie!lrts or
ttls lit tltn, that it has the tIaks if bheiUg as-ed sad st re
cently preptred by mechanical admixture of ancohol and aro
IRED. F MAYER Cihe:nit.
Nit Yfnro, Tueseul. M01 t.
Cr, ,,o 'nW rv. 11F.q ,
f.ar bir-- i'e want of pore Wmese sld I.!qnre form.dicinal
pro. - hba been long ethi bp the prtofess on. and thiussodo
01 lieu habe been bsrificed by thle rues a"Idlriterateli ar.l
re . Delhion: tea ene, aLd other di celus of the braa .nd
terree so r'e in tih's cumnr-, ae ne'y rate in T:iope. ,w
ing, in a geat dog ee, to t.e dflter;,te i the pIu It oaf Le
We hane teoted the sere' a! t es iler"u-td and o Id l7
you, iceudinlgy-eul r,wl:ca you rl t:nler thie nse ef
Arema'r c cbinda abmaweew, wrkh e coDsidor JI-r, ae
tiste to the igi, reputation it has ar lu r d sn th-s Cl ty,
and from your log ezperl aee as an forellgn laporte. yelr
Bottled Winesand L.quors shoud meet wi.h th suite do.
We would ereremnMud yen te apt'nt -one 1 ihe reep'-,
ble apo'hcr.rs ino dferent pirts of the city a.s a-.rentu. r
tIle s.le ol or Bre...ies ani Woee, wara t. s•. , r i
sion can ob..ia the sare when needltd lr nrsiCal
SIthlo ylo sinerse in yeur ent-rp-isn,
We rema.oin your oebiens Ise:, ts1.P
VALENTINE MOT. SI D.. I'rr-5enr of Eurnery. :, eer
!;y Iedkcal College, New York.
J. M. OOINO'IHA., M. D., Profesor o c`:inior' surery,
Saooln-In-tLief to the SLate Hospital, etc., -. t. Es.t
LEWIS A. BAYB, M. D., Io. 75 roaedeeway.
II. P. DIWEEs, M. D, No. ;i1 Breneway.
JOSEPH WORBTE., M. D., No. 1i0) Ninth street.
NELSON BTEEL M. D. N . lI Bio.ker streat.
JOIIN O BEIsLY. M. D., No. 10 Fcurth street
B. I. IIAPHA L, M. D.. Probs or of the PrInciples and
P',-'steof areery, Noew York MeYscal College st, N,.
91 Ninth s;reet, ard other.
The proprietm elu sffcr fr mae
BoTTLD WIWIN AID LIQUOR, Is
Imp-rted ad bottled by Mielf expreasly f r med cinal I
na. Each ottle has his sertle at is pery.
GLOVES AND NOVELTIES
GUTaJBL ar I'NIPPERT's, B
s5t ................... l eas Sres.............1......
We are pleased to be able to say to te ladles that we have
a jat received another invoice of 500 donen of those excelleat
DOI LAR KIDNtoether with a extensive assortment of
FRINGE, TRIMMIONGS AND BUTTONI
RIMBONS, from No 1 up to so. 100, a olorbothtin
' S.tin ad Silk, fhny and plain.
New French JEWELRY, in Jet Pearl. Iver, ate.
Gold NICKLACO 8 and a Ivor RATTL8 fae babies.
Cuashmeret'lAS ad TROUS 4AUX ..
Laee CAPb and Cashmere IHOODd ..
BUITiaf evry style, for Boys and Girls.
PRENCH CORCBI and LADIES' UN DERGARJITS,
WORSTED GOODS under east, ta . J
To gept'emen we would say that we have received a eon
sigoment of 1WO dane FRENCH SHIRTS, linen beoms. -
which we are determined to close out a faboleoalylow priese.
A SLirt really worth $43 per donses we r offeraig at $30;
d torether with a fall line of FURNISHING GOODS at equally
GUEBLE & NIPPEIT,
137 Caul street
G ranId Exhibtlos.
BEADUCARTBqS SEYMOUR KIOGHTB.
The Grand Exhibition of DEMOCRATIC BANNERS,
\ YREATIIS, FLAGS. etc., to be givon under the an pices of
the bEYMOUR KNIGiHTSi, will commenees C
THU'ISDAY, THE ., DAY OF DECEMBER,
AT THIE AAONIVD HELL.
Sdl~f s Dmwetie Clasaof i s dsi phi s m p
pcirt a committee of three to moet the committee of Stymour
Kiobhta at the (em Saloon, on Royal street, on SATURDAY
NEXT, at 7' o'clock In case a Club cannat creveuletly
a potl,t a c,,mmtttee the 'reaident will pleas ap eiat some
member to represent the Club.
This meetiag of .ummittees has refernce to the above
.I. B MAGUIRE, Chairman. -
R J DUYFY,
LIIAS. S FRET,
JNO. S. TULLY, President. Z
V*' HF. Wtr T, recretary.
John Fr. .t'orris g Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F
A(.i NT. FOX lTrl
GREAT IMERICAN FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
MANL'XI ITIRED EY DIEBOLD, BAHMANN A ('O.
The above SAFE obtained the First Premium of a GOLD r
MEDAL each at the Mechanics' and Agricultearl airs of I
Louia.ana, No, ember, 1166. and January, 18fL
JOHN W. NORRIs & CO., Agente,
E5 CANAL STREET, N 0.
J. &. itUkesu or Bss, r
2'.......... Tchoaplteulas Street . . • -8
Inllorteret and DIealerte in -
FOR BUILDINGS, FOUNDRIES, RAILROADS, STEAM- i
BOATS, C'OITTN lPR&iBd C
Hoep Ires. Bar IrMoe Cast Steel, Sprli a
Steel. Bet.a .me Mate. Weed Serewe. Te
Washere, Hardware aid Teels
of every description.
FIRE GRATES, PAINTS, OILS,
V aRNl4H AND WINDOW GLAOQ.
Blarkmar's .1uufc Store, T
NO. 164 .... CANAL STREET...... NO. 161
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE CHRtbT HIIUEH I, a
tarot FOR THe
t - FKnrbe A ('t o Ba timnre PIANOS;
Gi,.-,teen, I'uler A Coo' PI.AN,c , P.
Pleyl. eof A ' o ' PIANOS;
hABAI D I'IANO.; th
Poineo P Co's AutomatleORGAN;: i
Edwards A Oo.'s Baltimore OlGANS;
And vole Agency for the United States for the Musical Phb- de
leations of the "Correspondane Musical'," La Hye, Hst- em
land. Pianos for Rent Pios Toned and Renaired.
NEW PLEFU PIE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF, ,
"" Flor 1De Mayo."
A Wonderful Flower.
The Pragranoe of this Extract is so delleton aud durabl
that otly two or three drope me 0toewmry t. petame a hand
torihief. None of the del!cate and fragrant qualitie are
lo-t, but ,ret care i taken to preserve the axquito and dell
cate parivtrDeclnar to the FlRO I D IMAYA No lady's a"
toilet is ce,,.plete without a bottle of the Extract Warranmed
not to discolor the moat delicate fabric Prepared by
PHALON & 8S0NS,
617 Breadway. N. ., unter St. Nicholas Hote,
And for sale L eIt DruattL and rane eood Dealera la Ba
the CMted S1tate.
ClotAi~ng ! Cotlcina. ! r
IF YOU WANT CLOTHING, T
A' LO\V l'lRIC'ES,
T-w O-A.23AX.. ORM ()IBT V
DOX V NING'IS,
p1n. 1 Statslae tr-et, Coramer ('emal.
MANUFACTURER OF HAVANA CIGARS
IMPORTER OF GENUINE LEAF TOBACCO,
1B RAMPART STREET,.
Orders for CTIAB of every quality filled promptly and witb
etrirt attention. Setls Cigars trinaeorpd in Heixacet str
plingrly low rates, Also LIEAP TOBACCT (both the
InatH Havan and American)ot al kinds.
Bau received s lerge apply of lRIBBONS fom Grnada
NS. 10, 15 and 23.
IMALL PROFITr and QUTCK RETURNS N
&hepard r lHutchdtssess.
5.. ........ .....Caop tseet............. 5
hBOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
C(O"KERY. CHINAt, GIA. S ard HOUSREKEEPIG
WARES corrlci:tas What ca~not be found here is hardlly
north Ioking after.
We Irvite an exrminlton of oar new tockt, nrriving by
ever) steamerr, and ilect red with cere by our Mr. Shepard.
Polite clerkrs in warglc. &an prtcee extre'nely moderta.
Gods ·ect free to any part of tae aity, wholenal and retal
drreOW Tts asde InI f,1 Blaal,
TO PLANTEB, PIACOIRS AND IEALERS.
Nmow lndlnI u sMsuhip Chrysolite aud ktin fOleda, T
a;rrg etol of the crelrteri ARtOW TIt, snoerion
quality English Wrorbt Irn. 10, 11i and 12 fet length.:
a,,o in sto*. a tn, lot of INDIA BLANKlT BI.ING,
role ndh ble, tsr sale in otla to suit, at lowest awlOs, by
H. T. BARrLEFT,
No. 43 Cacardete tneet.
Duseass of the Ewe
Dr. JULIU8 HOMBEROER, laote A letat Ce Dr. eb
Patsb) OCOULIST, 110 Canal street, New Orlems Ofle
hoers trom 11 to S o'oenc. CI aie for Dieee sof thelB
am'ardaya, bem 2 to 4 o'olock. P'bytelae sed Medleal s8te
dant re invited to attond the Clinic, Demotreoe with
the Ophalnoeopre. · tc. Par pealmlas will be aeeld -
erated free of chtarp
MAISON DOREE, JOHN'S RESTAUBRA.T
7he nudersarted b-e lure to inform biseatres and the
abte in nt,'a l that hh. remoed bis os*tnram
ll~ ORRL trae 144 Csnalsttersto Ma 1i d i
Bourban stree, oppoaite La VYU de Palrs
________d _ _. _ T .ww.oar _SREEWA. Us01
| s a " RIBWOLD C
erlaead fmee l . oo.N, T*M I .
*uche i vmm,~
115 ............ CANAL B T...........115
usee 1amI n1* * * er reat* lubg ebi beD lu
helaeres I. Europ and Am eriao
WATCHEF, CLOCKS AND JTEWELRY
OF TB1 FIIIIT DEdCRIPTIOrI.
amaM bad a large mad varled easrtmest of
TABLE AND ORNAMENTAL BSILVERWARE,
GOA. Silver, teel and Rubber PEROTACLES and ITE
OLASS, Mrousoe and Parlis STATUARY and FANCY
Particular Itetinm rlve "oi the srepking Of Wa·owg,
Jewelry sad resutting of Dlamend.
ITLVERWAII MADE TO ORDIR.
. Perrecpy "afe Light,
I'ORTA1BLE GAS LAMP.
Cn be mend ti any Common Lamp with a trifling expenm Of
changing the burner, and of which Dr. 1. 1. Crawoor, t.
able Cheslat of this city, says:
"In my experiment with the PFUOLINE FLtUID I tria
my best to preodue a explfton, and Coapilesly FAILED.*
He aleso mys:
'I have for oame time past ad GOUCH'U PORTAIL,
GAB LAMP, sad Sad bhe light wb teand superior to Lb
erdinmbey seal ges. I can esy rm mmesad for Obespa
eeoad mad Perres Santy."
For Supr.-boue use th Lamp has No Equal
For furner partaulers and Innumerable resmmnMdat.io,
.............. AMP ST EET.............1eN
To BSugar Plasters.
THE NEW PORTABLE GAS LAMP,
FOR CBBAFh88. BRILLIACY OF LIGHT, AND
CANNOT BE BURPASSED,
Are now for sieo at
1Oo...............Camp meet ................
UP STA IR&
..-..........ORAMT IEE .."....:
We or emr servie fr tbhe dispesal of LANDED PRO
PERTY, elt., la tbo seutber Statmes. atl sa la.
ermale pempely galu.
UIVIGSTON, EGERTON & 00.,
Na. S Iiberty seea New Ter.
Will lSad at our old stead, 9 Camp etreet, all desciptise ot
Homs PFunishing eode. Fine Cutlery., Pelels Ware., Fine
Cat ad Plari lasswere; Prech Chlna, Plasin saed Desoer.
sed Dinaer uand Tea Soets; leams., China, Plait and Panu
RAM'L E. MOORE & CO.
few Orleans Posteace.
Time at Arrival and Departare of Ml
Route 8001-Mew Orleans to Brshlier, leaves daly
Sunday) at 7 A. a. Arrive daily (banday eocepted) by O. n.
oante 810-May Orleans to Canton, departare dait,
Clsses at 1:30 r. £, Sunday a1 Ii s. Arrives daily at S"
Route SR'-New Orlasea to i Franetmvfle, supplying anl
the ofces opened, departure Monday at 3 r. a, and Friday a
8 A. a. Arrives Monday sad Frlidey moraings.
Route 800t-1ew Orleans to Carrollton, via Jeferson
departre Monday and Thursday at 9 a. . Arrives M
and Thmurday alt4 P. C.
Route Bl--New Orleans to Bores Settlement,
Couast, depart}eTueduy and Fdday at 8 A. a Arrives
day sad Tbursday.
Roate 800-New Orleans to Mobile, departure daily at I
a.. Bundy a t S a. Arrives daily by 8 A. a.
Routs 8017-New Orleans to Corngten, La..
Monday ad Thursday at 8 A. a Arrives Tuseday sad
Route - New Orlans to Algiers, departure daily at
a. Arrlves daily by I1 A. .r
too.t 80~b-Naw 01 leas to Vicksburg., sepplying a
Soees eopned to Vlcksburg; also Red River and Oashi
Parishes. Departure Tuesday and Satarday at 3 P. a
rives on Monday and Friday morning.
Malls for Lake Coast Tuesdays and Thursdays at8 A.
Saturdays at 11 . , Paragols, Baturdays at 11i.
Mails for Galveston, Houston, lndnamsla, San An
Browusvtlle, Brease enttago. via Sew Orleas and Opelo
Ososdlopa, Martinique, Frtich amd DtMh oulan1a
balf es, eptieal.
CuIs Mexico. Hayit, Poto blo. St. Thome, Jaml l
Venesuela, oUnited States of Colombia, English Glaa
seat.. belf on., obligrtory.
Relivia Chtll. Ecuador-S d cnt. ai u. obligatory.
Cloales are reted ee book pechet. 6 on. r ander.
Belgium, Swtlterld and Germany, 8 oet. eaeb.
Franuce 4. England 6, and Iay 12 ceatl egbo.
uaests 10, vie Hamburg 8 oesti each.
Oprne st lr o'clck a. .; erleseoat a.
Pndaya. oee ofisc at 9 oa'lork a m; os at 12 w
I. . Th umpe e,s ,
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGENCY.
NO. 2 EAST IWEITIETH STREET, NEW TORE,
an eam e O a RAaNsUE AJroILTYUAL KMt.
FL EmYr as, en. s Ie. pursiedeee o seemm ls
Gee8 spurebased lty ef S~eldam Neuses and as low B
aes law r tbm parties am p-res themedwel
A seflaet ma must be m Wed to ovoer frdghb easeo
sealagna the bahlnee PA TABLK ON IELIVENRT.
mlngo. S, Sid per maE
Soaeme-C)OL 5. S. NIXO. Prepteseer at t
Out" Job Oatc.
THE CR'ESCENT IS PREPARED TO DC
-And ee bte
M¶Os.T REASONABILE. " TERMS
-All Clees of
COMMERCIAL AND STEAMBOAT PRINTING,
LAWYIaE' BIegFs. CAALOn . 1 PostESa E
lurpesd by my ia Amerln wblch in equal to say m
whieb may give It by the palre ad friende oa
Me, *I .. YS seewayCe...e,. o.f g