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IFrtaitoa Ntw Orleans Tisaaa, Saturday.)
New Orlcaxs, January 13.
Tbt ltepubllcans are concentratlnjr
their cflorta on the supreme court and
are waJUnf with rouoli anxiety the result
of the report and recommendations cf
the United States senators, now in the
city, lately forwarded to Washington.
Tney eiprcM confidence In the receipt of
favorable new from that quarter, but
the delay is working sad haroc in their
ranks and nothing that has transpired,
there or here, up to date. is calculated to
cheer them. '
the anxiety ou this j.iut. tint Counerva
Utc4 are hourly jrettinj stmnjjrr lu their
position whlie the Eepublicaas are more
and more distracted by internal factions
and the involved and bitter warfare
waged by tbe various rings into which
their organization U divided, For conven
ience of reference, these rinu inly be
divided about as follows :
I. The most numerous aud powerful
subdivision I composed ol KtiUojrjr,
Packard, rutin, Beckwith, Kellowj.An
toine, Lewis, Ilalin, Shaw, Joubeit, a
large number perhaps a majority of
the members of the Republican senate
and bouse, and numerous judges, and
ether officials and aspirants.
ft. Not so numerous, but tentoid wore
cantankerous, is composed of Warmoth,
Pinchbeck, Carter, Webor, Hamlet and a
number of other senators, representatives
and hangers-on. Ttiee may be denomi
nated tbe hell-bent brethren, and manifest
a strong disposition to have what they
want or nsuh things. They arc more
foraidablo by reason of that disposition
than on account of their number;.
3. The third ring is composed of Casey,
Herwijr, Herwig and Ilerwig, the state
treasurer, a tew brokers and others.
These are sly fellows who nuke their
points by strategy and by slipping up on
their game. Mr. Casey Is identified with
it more by association than by active par
ticipation. 4. West, Cockrem, Billings, Ringgold,
Norton and others. Ttu ring is more
or leas Identified with the preceding and
the following in the dispensation of fed
eral patronage, but the senatorsulp ail
some other issues nave made them, to a
certain extent, separate families.
8. Tons Auderson, Wells. Morey,
Ludollng end others. The party is more
or leas under a cloud, but is not disposed
to be "thrust toully in the earth to be
forget," and is an important factor on
account of Its combined ability and cuss-
dne. Some ot the members ot these
various tings are more or less Intimately
related by Interest and affinity to other
rings, but as a rough geographical di
vision of the party, the above is suftt
Kelloesr's election to the senate is vail
ai wormwood to the West ring. The
amazement which followed that event
must have been crushing lor an Interval
of omlnotts illence lmmediatly followed
bat yesterday pent-up wrttii found vent
and the anathema maranetha was heaped
upon the devoted head ot his ex-excellency.
The Republican rarty, if not al
ready there, is to be consigned to the
lowest depth of infamy, and a political
wreck ot matter Is in the immediate per
spective. Although ostensibly formid
able, and amply provided for as a politi
cal potentate, the ting in not
highly regarded. Messr. Hil
lings, Kinggold, Cockrem, and their
immediate subordinates constitute
tbe rank and filo, but none of theso arc
particularly influential with the 'boys."
Their chief is chairman of the railway
committee, and until tbe 4th of March
will be a magnet, but unfortunately sev
eral episodes in his adventurous career
are too fresh Iu the retentive memories
ot bis eppnents to justify a violent on
slaught, and the probabilities are that
altera brief interregnum of blunter he
and the ring will subside.
lSuoora concerning the election of
Casey to the aenate by the Democratic
legislature are gaining in volume If not
'aitrengttu and tbe Ylslt of an influential
Relabel of the bouse to the custom-house
ywttrda is construed as a preliminary
snoya vu td direction. "Casey and the
ledka of t white housy" hive accont
lUhed woders in the past, aud many
till believe heir power to be undimin
ished. Ctuldall ll ting, ie ui,ej UKUntt
umber I, thejmigkt elect a senator for
the short teruiaad thus allay their chief
gOny, but tW. aDlrnU
lor that jiuui, a&k M IL (a ug,eiy to
prove, for aucb a sombination. There
fore the breach widsnsand disintegration
goei bravely on. Uhetuer any one of
the subdivisions has tbe nerve to draw
oat entirely and thus break up the whole
establishment is a problem not yet
ftXMOvax or arms.
Wgw Oblkaxs, Van. H.-The barks
Bailees and Bristol have been engaged
to cTey all arms, ammunition, etc..
Irons tbe arsenal at Batou Ilouge to Foi
trees Monroe. They are a thousand tons
burtbts each, and to-morrow will be
towed np to Baton Rouge, then loaded
end lowed to tbe gulf. It is stated on
4 authority that four more senators
from Packard's rump legislature and ten
Loose members will abandon the state-
nrVr0"0 or Tuesday and go with
ZZhZl rTZ Rrtttri"o Board Wells
w4 Tom. Aadersoa wn ior Washington
tnltL It is said that both have broken
with the Pskard-KeUogg cww? fol
ti-rOltar. to fulfli plV
mlsaloo bow U to see what Grant Uduka
C4YAMXMTaS QCBUUtaTOUAl, VOTg
Of the state awl returning the Nlcboli.
sTPWnsBMt eieoted. Tbey will find
1W f strtify tbetr action, should such a
ourtt U decided upon, aod fUy wilJ
put the ease plainly to Grant before they
take any steps toward a consummation
of that programme. It turns out now
that the fuss between Kellogg and Wells
yesterday was more serious than ex
pected. While In Packard's office Wells
demanded of Kellogg thai lie make good
his promises and Kellogg, getting
spunky, replied curtly, when Wells en
deavored to spit in his face, and as lie
rose to his fret to do so, Packard shored
him back. In the sudden move backward
Wells' revolver, carried on tho hip,
struck a r-halr and exploded, which
trtEKiHTKNKD Kkl.UHIO TO DKATI1,
lie thinking Wells had tired at him. The
crowd in the room interfered then, and
Well went off muttering vengeance
which he expects to get In Washington
and, with Senator West, will Join bands
with Collector Casey in tho war upon the
Packa.d-Kcllogg rings here. Casey tins
perhaps a doable object to accomplish in
Washington, and w hile relating to Grant
hisHeasof the tcrtmneti ot affairs here
he amy tell him that United Stales Dis
trict Attoi ney Beckwetli is so displeased
at GrauU pardoning Henderson and
James, the orooked-whisky men, that he
pronounces that pardon one of Grant's
efforts to crush him, and following this
Ik'ckwith's removal Is anticipated, l'ik
kin's object in visiting Washington is to
H e 'fait, and in order to work upon him
will try to induce Ben Butler to espouce
the Puckard-Ivcllogg cause. Prior to the
departure ot Wells to-day he had his
scRATcnruotr the end or nt trunk,
And while tlii1 whs being done In his
houn.', be remarked to one of his friends
w ith him that it might be possltle that
when thu trunk came back here both
Packard and Kellogg might be out ot
the state. Insinuating that he and Ander
son would eflectually settle their case
and end their political existence in Lou
isiana. Packard's remaining legislators
declare they will bolt Tuesday, and he
tells them that by six p. in. to-morrow,
he will be recognized by Grant, ills
militia and police are kept iu the build
ing only through intimidation, but will
not stand It much longer. The Repub
lican police jury of Caddo parish have
by resolution declared their alleriance to
the Xlcholis eoyernuient. and quite I
number ol Republican off"1-' mrough-
out the stat lonowing me same
ceurse. The Republican, the Radical
official organ here, which has been sup
ported exclusively by fat takes from the
statu and federal government will, It is
aid, suspend la a day or two.
The remainder of the house congres-
lona! committee leave here Tuesday.
Pinchback has a telpgrara set by
Zach. Chandler and Morton to-day, beg
ging him to retrace bis steps and take
Ida force back to tbe Packard rump
Pinchback replied, telling them that it
was too late, aud that he'd satisfy them
that bis course was perfectly right. Sen
atorHowe, Wadleigh end Oglesby, of
tbe senate committee, were telegrahped
also by Morton and Chandler to get
Pinch into the Republican ran
again, and they have had him at the St
Charles hotel for three hours to-night
coaxing, pleading and even bulldozing
him, but Pinch back can't se it. They
wouldn't admit him to the United States
senate in 1373, and wouldn't even give
him the $20,000 due him, aud he won't
retrace his steps. To-night Wadleljh,
Howe & Co., in anticipation of
A CKNERAL BOLT TO-MOKROW
From tbe Packard rump of the member,
prepared a resolution, to o introduced
In the Nicholls legislature, which virtu
ally recognies a majority ot the votes
for Hayes in this state, and gives the lo
al government to Nicholls. J hey se
lected as the person to introduce thU one
ol the Republican member who lately
went over to the Nicholls body, and ex
pected that it would go through like a
Hash, and that the Democracy of this
state would sell Tildeti out. lint in this
they couutcd without their host, and
the indications are now that the docu
tneut will fall stlll-boru to tho ground.
Pinchback will to morrow issue an ad
dress to the people ot the United States,
giving the Kellogg-Pack ard corruptlon
tsts a urrible doe, and will show that
by their corruption he and the negroes
of the South wore driven from the Re
THIS lINCHBiCIf MAT IKK.
Ross Stewart, Mr. Pinchback' brother,
in-law rad six other members ot the
Packard liouie will join the legal legisla
ture to-morrow. Stewart will then make
au expose of Kellogg' bargains for pur
chasing tho members to vote for him at
?250 lor representatives aud $1,000 for
senators. x-Gov. Warmoth had
A UTEI.V I.NTFRVIF.W WITH PACKARD
To-day. Packard declared It was a d n
warmoth replied: "Ves, but I remem.
ber when you broke a quorum by getting
seaatoi on the cutter V!!,ia,.
Packard laid La would orgauize a forte
this week and retake the court house,
when Warmoth replied: "Well, If yoJ
try It Oen. Augur will scoop you up as a
disturber of the peace." Warmoth will
move on Monday that Packard leglsla
ture adjourn sine die. Kellogg's bribery
operations are to be brought before tLe
To-night Gen. Augur recelrtd a tele
gram signed U. B. Grant, and rtadii. as
"It has been the policy ol the adtnluU
tratton to take do part in the settlement
of the question of tbe right of govern
ment in the State of Louisiana, at least
hoi nam tue concessional coiamluee
now there bave made tbelr reoort. But
it is cot proper to sit quietly by and see
ue state government gradually taken
possession of by one of tbe ciaiments for
gubernatorial honors by illegal means.
ne supreme court set up by
MchoUs can secure no more recog
JUon than any other equal number of
wJrs, convened on the call
wurnmf board, rxittio
(tide! as well M ministerial powers over
the count ot the vote and in declaring
the result of the late election, having
given certificates of election to the legis
lature ol the state, a legal quorum of
each hou?e holding such certificates met
and declared Mr. Packard governor.
Should there be a necessity for. the recog
nition of either, It must be Packard.
You may furnish a copy of this to Pack
ard and Mcholls."
Sle Woe Over Willi TlirrSrnntors
tbe Demon-nil? llouv.
Ntw Oni.r.8, Jan. 1.1. At 5 o'clock
this evening Senators Dcinas (colored),
Wheeler and Hamlet, Accompanied by
Pinchbeck, entered the Democratic sen
ate, and were greeted with cheers after
cheers. After a mort executive session
the two former were admitted to scats
and sworn lu. Hamlet m grunted per
mission to make a personal explaua
tion, which he did, he not being elected,
as the Democrats claimed.' He explained
that he had withdrawn from the I'cpub
lican senate and would not serve w ith it ;
after which Pinchback was granted per
miskton to a make personal explanation.
He said that tho action of Min?"U and
those senators was only decided
upon alter the mature delib
eration, und they intended to
stand the hazard of tbe die. They had
come there as Republicans because they
believed the interests of the state were
above party. He denounced the Repub
lican party of Louisiana in unmeasured
terras, and said Hayes, if Inaugurated,
could not afford to soil his administration
with this blight upou the prosperity vl
the people. He accused ex-Gov. Kel
logg ot securing his election as senator
by corrupt mean.
The Democrats are jubilant to-niht
over the events ot the day, while the ab
sence of news ot any recognition ou the
part of the general government, ot
the Packard government, produces a
widespread feeling ot despoudcuce i:i the
Th Republican printing to la dm uy thU
evening served a notice ou Gov. Pack-
ard that the publicjti or the Revullkun
e suspended after to-morrow
Another ballot was had in the Repub
lican legislature for United States sena
tor to-day, with the same result as yes-
'Che evening papers assert that three
cases ot small pox were taken from the
statebouie to the charity hospital, but
the statement Is denied at the statehouse.
ix Serjeant-at-Arms of the Republi
can senate who were arrested last even
ing at Pinchbeck's house were sent to
the parish prison in default of $1000 ball
Marshall Pitkin left yesterday, aud col
lector Casey to-day, for Washington.
foil TV VtAK1 B I. tOUt lUt I'tHLIC.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
flMiC touniwiiani.e is i.ik- utij
L lcatlcn-color.i'., with ocuwurul
flushes, or a cirrurnsi rii'. q-ot on
one or Loth check:; ; the eyes K'xme
dull ; thejiitpil.idilate ; an azure semi
circle runs aloutj the lower eje-lid;
the nose UirriU'.cd.Kwell-;. and .some
times bleed.; ; u cv citing of the tijer
lip; orr..v-.io'ul lie.id.n he, with hmn
tuing or thrjLbln of the ears;
unuv.ul ret j : of siliva; Hi my ir
f'irred Urv;'ie ; hrea'.h very foul, p.ir
ti. r.l.ide in the tuoniinx ! iM'jitiie
variul-lf. sometimes vor.v ij;i, u itha
jnv.i.w u-rwntion of ilie stoinat h, at
o. 'u-r-, critin ly gone ; fleeting jiains
i i ine -! i i i ; Oi ;'M;!i.il r.nwa
f: '. v::iiti:'j ; vi"!t.!it pains through -!
tiie alluiit'.'i ; h.ji'.cl iiTc'titar,
-; : i . $ costive; moo!s slimy ; not
' t -i 1 1 y tip;,ii with l!"o-l ;
A,lle'i .;n-i h;ud ; urine tur
r lioii o xsionallv dilil-
iii as i omii.tiiii-l by lnceot.'L' i :
:V -lid dislUllx'd blcfji, with
!.T' of the tMh t temtiL-r varb-
I'- bui er.tllv hritjlile, (5 .
Wiicncvtr the above KyuuHoius
urt fo.md t j exi.t,
c. :.r. lanr's trmiflt.h
Will certainly effect r. cine.
IT UiVi NOT CONTAIN HIK'.LKV
in any furin ; it is ;m iunocent jirc.i.
r.itio'i, nc! capable ojihing iha !?Ji -eit
rtjury a Hit unt t:ihl-r tumult.
li.e genuine Dh. Mflaxta 'ir
.Uii bear-, the fiiiatures of C.
AKI.an'E and I T.kmi.w; Bro -, on the
: o :
DR. C. I7i?LANC'8
Ti: I'ilh arc not ivcv.miuenUd
V ,v'"'-,lv f"r"all the ilU that
thdi is hwa- to," but iu ad'oeti Mi W
the Lier, and hi all Bilious Com
pbiuti, J)v-jAi4 aud fiiek Head-W'-he,
ili-r:f:-sj (,f that flltti'ttetCT,
U -y ttuu I vhhwut a rival.
a (a;-: and rrvEit.
1,-ter cathaKii? can ba use-l
riai.-.ty to,u-ui':tt ukicy Qui
Vine. . .
Al u tiii.pli j-.ui-j.-.tiva ihtfv tut
SJtWlttS. Ofc IVtlTATIOSa.
inc. guv;ue aro
,. , , ' ' WJk Q.41 uia
s.?T vuu t-'uproesion Dp.
r r.oVaJ'l,er iliiUatu rrs
of V. MVLissBiif! Fi.rrfftTa Brx.
Jjold by ull r. 5j,ectal!e d. iwinj
nd country etor-ke-p?is entrdlly.
AN UNI1IVALED ILLUSTRA
Whnn a.-n..un a 1 t. . .
summer Holiday Nnuiber In .lulr, atriendiy :
ScmnNKR lia touched lilgli-WBtrr murk.
We da not see whut worlds are left to it to
coniier." Kut the HiUlllirr do not con-
thuleof escellencc they believe "tliere are
other world to conquer, and they propose
to roiiiiucr them."
The prosppctus for the new volume k'vos
tbe titles or more thiin tifty jmper (mostly
Illustrated), by writer!-ot the hfcliext murit.
L'nder tho hend of
"Forelirn Travel. '
we have "A Winter ou tbe Mle," by Otu.
McClcllan ; '-tauiitcringn Al'inil Constanti
nople," by Clmrlcs Dudley Wuiuor; -Out
of My Window nt Mosruw,'1 by Kugroe
!chuylrrt "An AiuciIobu in lurkiHan,'
etc. Tbreo serial stories are unnuuncod:
liv Dr. Holland, tbe Kditor,
liote story or-.evt-nouks " zavetbe hijfA
e-t i-atUfii:Uoii to tbe readtrs of tlie
Tbe ncenc ot this latent novel is laid on
the banks of tbe ilmNou. Tbu hero is a
youug man who has boen always "tied to a
woman's npron string,1' but "who, by tbe
death of his mother, i left alouti in tie
world to tit iit on tUu cm rent of lite with
s fortune, but wituout a purpose.
Another serial, Hi Iniirritance." Iy
lis Triitton, will i licin ou the con)otlon
ot 'That I.nsso' LowrieV,' by Mm. tfodg
ion lturnett. Mm. liurtu tt' utory, beKim
in August, has a jmtho nd dmuiatir power
wbicb bave been a surprise to tbe public.
Tbcre is to l-e a .'files of original and ex
iuliitely lllutitrated papers ol 'Topuiai Scl
en"c'' by Mrs. UciiLk, each psi er com
plete in ltlf.
Tbre are toti, fioin various pens, papr m
' llotue Llfa and Trfty-1"
Alio. practical suggestions a to town un l
country life, village improvt'Hieiits, t-tc, Ly
Mr. Barnard's arts-los ou various in lus
iiiei of (ireat Britain iuclude tb bi-tory ot
"Souio Kxpt;riuieuts in Co-oppratinu," "A
Scoti-h l.oaf Factory" iu the November
number, and "ToaU Lane, itochdalc," iu
December. Other papers are, "Tne Brittbii
Worklijuian's Home," "A Nation of Stiop
keepurO "Ha'penny aWet k for the ChUd,"'
A richly lllUKtrated sorlcswill b given on
"Auiericn Sports by Flood aud Field," by
various writer, and eauU on a UiCervLi
tbame. The u0jtclof
"Uouaebold and Hotna IMojratloii"
will bare a prominent place, whilst tbe
productions of American Lumorlstt will ap
pear from month, to momh. Tbi list, ot
liort Mvries, biofcrfcpbkal and other
sketelicB, etc., is a long one.
Ihe editorial Uepartinent wnl continue to
employ tbe ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There w ill be a series ot letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wel
ford. The pages of tbe in&gazlne will te open,
as heretofore, to far as limited p&ce will
permit, to tbe discussion of all themes af
fecting tbe eocUl und l chylous lite ot the
world, and specially to the ireshest thought
ot the Christian thinkers and nhoiars of
We mcau to make the marline sweeter
and purer, higher and nobler, core genial
and generous in alt its utterances and influ
ence, and a more welcome vis-itor tuao
erer before In names of refinement and cul
ture FIFTEEN kiONIHS for t.
Scrirner for December, cow ieady,
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