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I[beirlievetthe opy ttle me- peeoteri letter, o.ten oy me to e1 1 o Bostaon c~d.Iele il tobe w hte sca lnd t Fblren t was not present when I oeittleio he didnotoeelt; it was sent off egehibited to him I toldhim I had written atiierbd wotten it there were twopasn t ite wh showed that it hod heen written oglnnee. The said Edwin Forrest and myselxf ,ti kn b s tl.tter beforehaod bunt did not go lltq dwhild the letter sent no doubt met Mr. pproval he never mwitbefore it was sent. to tfe 'knqteletge }tvIthatI nenot perfectty e, aftcewer .that letter. I wrote the let b i 'lacthority; he did assenttomy .ý at leter t erson that I believet Selifdenee, fr the purpooe.of in. e e t whom I believed to hbe an i. i d''reply to my letter to Mr. Roberts,. secondlng the Suggestions whith I S lette is now lost Or mislad. Tbhat'e ta JJonB' W. tFneoo. " ninie.n',reded t towriting, and by the ado 'ewrn to this twenty-second day obefor me. OW.eoo Tomnesoc. . deht Judg of the Court of Common Pleas C'telty and County of Philadelphia.', itt he would read the letter. A·dapoaiw on of George W. Roberts O which he stated he had received fo'tr.'`oelpy but dioe not desire to divulgt t: theWtteo'e ooet-t. This was September, htlb nmmislon to Mr. Forney In Doeember, 5i'.0?C presented the argument to show the lot 4 rY htPfvietbbrc eplied. hInheed . pct erun o st ho pcodueodoo '4 e hea+teonsdd M, Rtohert lived in another euldDOlhe; eoompolledtoproduoe It. Ac to .tt wr.vi.g written the letter to Mr. Roberts, diwotreand, there was evidence toshow S iithortsd It, endthero Io no reason to I-pz 'Oe p eatthe letter: .v lend Forrest to now bahere, and Is tt p fra, divereefrom his wife. He h ha bd oolhitheproofs of her infidelity, but boo W ) themqtule, aund woold have done so sttll lly} loenstorleg him for leaving her. It Ic hdeghw.hhans kept these proofs to himself telde for-tll that tIme, but it is om, never. " 0'ot leley thee: Eighteen mqnths agowhile . ta otmtt, he aught Mre. F. in a very equlvo. tih a'byoung mae, inhis own parlor ; not in on,'bt near it. She proteted innocene, etTe.nrosd, toei ng her as he did most pro , dTheeyp.. n to t .wOrtano, and so home to lr - Atr they' raehed and had been there for lots hohofdnd one evening on his wife's table, a bll .i he.hndwrriting of, though not signed by, the e rtuluto she was ailuded to in terms the most tteoe nEd uumsetnkeabte. The language alluded to hertoeanowy armsthat wound about his ecko." to the "bteatn hours they had spent togother," and the letter had been opt as a memento until it was quite welt worn. Upon this evidenoce, with the other confirmatory proofo. he Intondsapplying to ou Legislaturoe fora divorce. But you lenown a position to serve him io a manner he nv rrellrgot. The person who wrote to lirs. F., nod wlpe shayas ew deteoetd. is George Jsmisbeon, ~lei NlwOrleano, If you don't hwot he., you ove a toya t.,rnOto eraPn, oon foue his ac le.Ftfseet now demsires to elinoh tileo lnfeilway an admiidon from Jamison. i .'lti',e a, enf, steady end Intelligent p orso ifog e terrw o mao de for him il mttextr. He oogg .11that you might S'tsos with c,., and thmo induce him, e.cl reteempnop, to edadit, as a tlhing to .e rroud 4i lletclhmi too dfte. . He risfo o lnf glass, ,mci ,os .deeudemcifomltcood, mightt berome eonoottoeorire thart'oill oome to him; h e i game too small for For Le , W ned y odmlilon he may motto onmy be important ieys L ng an injured man in getting relievedt from a nowhatl bond. oCan you manage this thing, my frenod? I r wll require skil and oautlon, and. If successful. wl wmyu endear yo toForrot. U . inearlycrazy at the ?dda of being placed In his present poition ; but he will epedhaltf he is worth to be relioeved from it. Tlhe motter .mitt kept cs'etr. Jdtoe all do not naome oe in co,,ectio rltlt. Excnse me for troubling you is regard to it. ly dnt attaohmOent to glorious Forrest must be my e0cu00. , won't you belp to relieve him'! cthnwld help in trh matter, probably. to know that John ,pOee, the rtor, now in New Orleaus. is the warm friend qiorleit, pad may know Jamliso well. YOe ean use your own dloiscretion in lotting him know the aote and invotitg his aid. Iý le tter tI addressed to you with the hoowledro of PION erlte as soon after receipt as you can flnd oppor tity tolook abouc you. :"WEithl p iadt s, t amn, dear Robert. yours, eary truly, -UFl tdeQ. ,la JanWary 25, 1850. Now, neighbors of the Courier, read what we lapitoaioised, and tell us what faith you can hhtve in a man, who thus unblushingly advises -bcat a man should be first beguiled into intoxi $ation, and then beguiled into foul, drunken, riblld defamation of a feeble woman's character ihliastity--and that his drunken testimony be e riiy tr ured up to be tortured into the .e.s.stigf ,iabnt legal testimony? Is not such a fellown die tman to be the democratic clerk of theU. S. House of Representatives and the lead ong agent at Washington of the democratic party of the Union ? Speak out, neighbors of the Cou rier!--do you know one word of contempt or , in the whole range of the English lan gu01o% too strong to be applied to such a man's choracter? "The man who would suborn intoxi. Qntiantoi sully woman's character for purity by Irciiken, ribald testimony, is very well compe tent to manufacture slanders upon Scott and Isillmore. Hris whole dispatch concerning the Crescent City, Lieut. Porter and Purser Smith, is made out of whole cloth. Purser Smith has gone back to Havana on the Crescent City. Captain Porter has, also, gone hack, on his own ship, the Georgia ; and the Administration is noting promptly and vigorously in the premises. The-letter of Forney to Roberts is the most atterly revolting and unprincipled thingwe ever read. His recommendation to Roberts to abuse the influence of editorial position to such dirty uses-his advtce to Roberts to make Jamison drink and then take note of the maudlin rav iogs of a drunken man, befooled into irreepon sabhl blackguardism-his suggestion that Mr. Fprrest would ", asvl raFocc ," (there is the jingle of dimes in that) such delicate favors--all mArk Mr J. W. Forney as well-versed in nice tikeryy. He Is really a pretty specimen! a beutiful aubject for endorsement ! HOW IT WORKS. The:following letter has been handed us for i.,r.n, by one of the most respectable and .ulomen of the city. The original Mr Ret. F. Flanders, Seore and OpalousasRailroad. thes attention, as it must a nrery voterintheState: %e October 21t, 185t2 - lastpi. u th Op.~ trt wo had come to the samtthe dlettermi-; tords the const rtion peof anyble ragenlroale ldefit In .th'Feourt Dietriet;- told us tho. knew of dare than t.~renty gentlemen of # t District who bad come to the same determi eltiori; and: hS would refuse to pay one dollar mi towatdo the construetion of any railroad within the limits of this State, and would refuse .to meet any call upon the subscriptions they have already made. A wealthy and influential mebrhant of this city, than whom few if any have been more zealous in laboring for or more liberal in subscribing to the NewOrleans and Opelousas Railroad, told us yesterday, that he would abandon what he had paid and refuse to pay another dollar upon his subscriptioun, if the new Constitutin was rejected. Such, he added, was the determination of every stockholder with whom he had conversed. The reasons for such a course of notion are thusstated : let. Under thepresent Constitution no Railroad Company can exist for a longer pe riod than twenty years ; which is too short a time for its construction, earning back the capi tal and interest of the investment, etc., and people do not care to throw away their money in that way. 2d. Every attempt to build rail roads without the aid of State credit has been a failure, and the present Constitution abso lutely forbids the extension of such aid. Public spirited gentlemen who subscoibe to the stock of railroads, are willing to mortgage their pay ments to the State, at the rate of one dollar of their own for fifty cents of the State's credit, but, without such aid, they will not embark in impracticable schemes, for wilch there would be neither sufficient capital at home nor the least show of credit abroad. The liberal and enlightened spirit of the new Constitution meets their views in the premises. It is utterly un true that any sane man expects the State to subscribe one dollar to the construction of any work without the limits of the State. These facts show a nice prospect for Louisiana, if the new Constitution be rejected. In such an event we would have to fall back upon the pre sent barbarous and restrictive Constitution. Louisiana for the next quarter of a century would have nothing but mud roads. New Or leans would either stand still or decline rapidly, whilst the Mobile and Ohio Railroad drained away the life's blood of her commerce. The laboring maun would find no increased demand, with its necessary consequences of regular em ployment and increased pay, for his labor. The capitalist would find more desirable points for the investment of his money, and Louisiana would lag behind her sister States of the Union -be the very China of them all. SCOTT RALLY AT PLaL'QEMINE, InER to.E. On Wednesday night there was a fine Scott rally at Plaquemine. Mr. J. S. Scott. of this city, led off in a speech which we hear highly com plimented. Harry Hays and Col. Wheat fol lowed, in-effective and eloquent addresses. R EMn BER THE FATHER OF OUR COUNTRY.-Our worth] le and public spirited fellowcitizen, Sheriff Freret, has pre r- pared boxes, one of which will be placed at everypoll, o n Tuesday, November 2, to receive the contributions of the a, patriotic to the Washington National Monument. For this he deserves the thanks of every American. r It is to be hoped that no citizen will leave the polls without first dropping something, no matter how small the contribution, into the box. All should contribute accord. leg to their means, even these who cannot spare but a dime from their necesslties. The intention and patriotic r zeal wil make the poor man's dime a worthy (if not a worthier) a gift as the rich manos dollar. S For the credit of New0rleans for patriotism and liber se ailty, we hope every citizen will take a pride in mveliinf the contribution by his gift. The Monument isa nation', testimony to a nation's father; and we should show thai f. we cancheer twenty-second of February eulogies, we can more solidly honor the great memory which is thehi theme. An AcT or ConAerr.--On All Saints' Day, (Monday morolng, Nov. 1.) the members of the Portuguese Be I nerolent Anociation design, as an act of Charity, to take up a collection at their tomb, in the old Catholic Cemete ry, No.1, Basin street, for the benefit of the Female Orphan Asylum, on Camp street. We sincerely hope the gene rous labors of this excellent association will realize a rich harvest of contributions from the humane and charita hible. See notice in another column. We are indebted to Mr. A. 1'. Rodney, Clerk of the mer Sydonla, for Red River papers. We are indebted to the clerk of the steamer Amaranth for late river favors. TELEOrAPuhIC DIPcraTCeue.-Our telegraphic dispatches, of yesterday morning, were received by the Morse South ern Line. They were credited to the National Line by ake. Thanks to the courteous ottcers of the steamboat Wes , tern World, for the polite delivery of late St. Louis papers, in the midst of the driving rains of last night. F noot HAtANa.--The brig Millaudon, Captain Butler, arrived yesterday from Havana, whence she brought dates to the 23d instant. We are indebted to Captain B for a ile of papers, but the only item of news we find. is the mention of another earthquake on the South eide of the Island. TuE FL.ATING PALACE -In this rainy weather, people B appreciate the great comfort of the Floatiog Palace as a e place for clrcus performances. There is something pecu P liprly comfortable, while witnessing the achievements of Lee and hs family, and Aymar, and Benoit, in the assu mance that the pelting rains can nowhere find ingress The street is planked from Common street to the Palace. and the Drummond Light at work to render the walk plain at night. THE MAGNETIC FERE ALARM.-On Wednesday evening last Mr. Nixon. Chairman of the Fire Committee in the Board of Assistant Aldermen, offered a resolution ino atructing the committee to inquire into the merits and probuble cost of a IMagneti Fire Alarm, recently invented in this city. The inventor Is Mr Thomas Titcomb.an operator in the Southern Telegraph Oflee--a young man of extmrordinary genius and ability; and the apparatus of which he has prepared a rough model, needs only to be seen to be appreciated. Nothing can be more simple. and at the same time, in its simplicity it is perfection. As compared with the Telegraphic Fire Alarm erected in Boston. it is infinitely superior, both in reference to cost and efficiency. It is intended to run through as many streets in the city as may be deemed expedient, the num ber of pests with ground wires being also regulated by the Council. Everyround wire is a station, which. how. ever, is nothing but h1lmple post: attached to which is a small iron box. In this box is a wheel, which the most ignorant person can set in motion by moving a slide, and the cogs are so arranged that the particular fire district. or ward, Is designated by the striking of as many bells as the appeaatus may be attached to. The whole thing can be put up at a moderate cost, and the yearly expense of keeping it in repair is so light that it hardly enters into the calculation. Several members of the Board and Assistant Board of Aldermen have seen the model, and wltnessed, as far as could be exhibited In a model, the practical working of the invention. In so brief a notice, it is Impossible for us to give an adequate idea of this truly valuable discovery, but we trust that the Council will take immediate steps to inves tigate thy matter, as we feel aunred that it will prove of greatenefit to property holders and insurance companies. R&uLacne Tat.-The question of laying arallroad tax of two per mt. on the landed property of De Soto parish, La., will be submitted to the land owners on the 23d of Novem her. The Advertier expresses full confidence that the tax will be oarted by a large majority. Daheos oon Be aome.--David S. Plumley has been mulated $S000 by ajury in the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, for speaking harsh words of the wife of Mr. True, of Lincoln. Anso.oV.-The steamer Catract, at St. Louis, on the 1titrrepots the Weetern World aground near Ste. Gene. vvi. aa nthe I . Hpem si Tower Island. aso-e4tt. LAuispmi ste that wild game from i -eamieglataetbat city int lugse quantitles. *Etqwuooihrty pocntbtL 'ptoeof Q1 m aypt to ll parts of the room. eorsinobe) of the evening were opened with an eture m "Dirrlettbhut," by Gablol'sBland. Mr. i, f`" Bteuthen introdued to the adalence Mr. Thomas , i ,,eone of the loBiitdl'g'ommittee, who delivered an ,addres ohroterksedby a pleaslngelocution, sound logic, prmotioal knowledge and approprlateness of diction. We took copious notes of his speech, but from Its length, must dbfer its publication until to-morrow. SMr. Soates for the Boolety replied. He said he accepted the keys of theI.ltitute, as the representative of the New Orleans Mechanios' Society, with a high degree of satis faction. He thanked the gentlemen ofthe Bolding Com mlttes for that perseveranoe which had enabled them to overcome to many obstacles in the erection and comple tion of the building. The Iechanlos' Society owed a debt of gratitude to the Committee, which he. in the pres ence of the assembled multitude, would attempt to dis oharge by expresdng his grateful appreciation of their la bore. He also thanked the cltizens and the press of New Orleans for their continued kindness and noble contribu tlons as withotther aid this Hall, the pride and glory of themechanues of New0rleans, could not have been built. To the State Legislature, through the liberality of which the ground on which the building stands was so gener ously donated, thanks were due, but he trusted that the gift would, in the progress of time, be amply repaid by the enlightenment and liberal attainments which the Insti tute would do Its part in disseminating among the great and rising community ofNewOrleans mehanices In con elusion he said "I now dedicate this Hall to the artists of the Mechanies' Sooiety of New0rleans.." The Glee, "Heark Apollo" was then sung by amateurs, in the course of which were noticeable voices of singular compassandsweetness. This experiment by the ama teurs proved the Hall the best adapted for musical festi vais of any like apartment in the city. At the conclusion of the glee, Judge Larne was introduced to the audienceo, and made an effective speech : He said, that it was the first time he had over felt him self called upon to make an apology for inadequate pre paration. He disliked to make an apology, but such wo the pressure of his ofetcial avocations, that on this oeca eion be must ask the indulgence of his auditory. You have assembled here (he said) to dedicate an Institute built by a society of meohanics. It was started forty-six yeareago for mutual benefit, instruction and improve. mont. Itwas chartered in 1827. re-charted in 1037, and in the year 1851, the lot on which the present noble struc ture was erected, was donated to the. Society by the Le gislature of the State for the erection of an Institute in which a series of annual lectures should be delivered, on subjects of art and science for the instruction and im provement of the community of artisans. This was but thebeginning of the vast and beneficial results that were to be expected from this noble institution. And who is it that has done this? Why, the mechbanics! The dapper clerk that sells tape. the physician. that Lives on hope. and the lawyer, that waiter on Providence, who struts in broad cloth, and starves in elegant idloness, when asked who has founded these walls, fashioned these cornices, and raised these pillars, will answer, "Nothing but the me. The young lady to whom one of these fashion. er of the temples should pay his addresses, might say, to her mamma and her papa, "Oh, bah! he's nothing but a mechanic !" [Cheers and laughter.] A fellow who never worked in his life, might sneeringly point to the architect of this noble ediflee, and jeeringly say, " He's nothing but a mechanic ! " But who are those whom the idlers turn up their noses at ? They are the men who make the world-men of action and enter prise, who have regulated society-who have brought beauty and symmetry out of the shapeless quarry, and formed the marble to speak to countless generations! From time immemorial the Greeks had been the patrons and practicers of the mechanic arts-the master spirits of the world. Their artisans were the civilizers of the ages in which they lived. What was the state of the Greeks in Athens? Their mechanics were all slaves. In Rome. all of the patrician class looked on mechanical arts as degrading. But what was the penalty they paid for this their contempt of the laboring class? Things had to be changed. Rome and Greece were overthrown. fora blue eyed people came from the north and sacked their luxurious cities, demolished their temples. and tumbled in the dust their marble gods and goddesses. This people, with the blue eyes and light hair, did the business for Greece and Rome. They couldn't help it! [Langhterand cheers.] The ingenuity (he mid) of mechanics had made science subservient to art. In past ages, it had beet con sidered honorable to killand rob. A Baron might assem. ble his party clan and steal the property of the honert laboring kind. and in those days was chivalry triumphant. The history of chivalry was but a repitition of the ravages committed by the bold man and the robber, and men who did not work, but lived by the labor of others-were no better than the robbers of old, who killed, robbed, and maltreated the honest husbaudman for th ir own glory and aggrandisement. The world was full of that kind of chivalry now-that broadcloth chivalry, and decency in boots and spurs, that lived by a kind of social rapine, and it was time to get rid of them ! It was the mechanic and the artisan who had changed the world ! It was the me chanic who had made steam, the great civilizer. and tie wonder-working telegraph. Yet you, of the present gen eration, have the same prejudicies against the useful arts that existed in times of barbarism Shame on ySu, ifyou have! Franklin, who drew the lightning from heaven Fulton, who chained the volatile vapor to the service of man-tRoger Sherman, Gallileo: Hershel, and Drew. the most eloquent of divines, were all mechanics. And are they names for the idler and the drone to sneer at ? The time would come when we would know what mechanics are. TheU are the men who reduce science and learning to the subservience of the useful arts. liad they not the same capacities as other men? They were that class who chose rather to work than steal, which, unfortunately, he feared, was not the case with the "upper ten." [Applause.] He would inquire, " is there any dishonorable in labor It was a decree of the Almighty himself, when he expellc, , Adam and Eve from the garden of Eden, where no labo: was required, that they should earn their bread by thb P sweat of their brows. Labor was put upon man as a pun ishment. Bult the malediction pronounced against bin in heaven. had been deprived of its primal curse. Labol was the best guarantee against vice. lie who lives onbhi patrimony, and he who steals because he has no patri mony, are on one side, and the working man are on the other, and whoever will not work ought to starve! .He di t not know that such sentiments would be popular witi the community. [laughter] but whatever he thought muns Scomoup. That man was more praiseworthy that made c Soaingla blade of grass to grow where none grew before than the conqueror who desolated provinces. lie was not sure that his language suited his auditory. [Laughter. What he believed he would tell right out, [renewed laugh a ter]-and it was his opinion, that whoever preferred steal. lig to working, ought to be hung. [Laughter and ap pf lause.J We had a land which, in every mountain anc valley, offered treasures for all who sought them, anc whoever would not avail himself of them, ought to be driven out of the community. Ours was a working peo. a pie, and in their houoes, homes and dresses, were the evi. dences of the mechanic's handicraft. Tbhis was the clan to whom was due all that we possess of luxury, conve. Solnce, and the elements of happiness, and to this claws alone all honor was due. The speaker proceeded to address the boys-recommend. ed them to habits of industry, and, above all, urged upon them the necessity of learning a trade, so that, if born to aftluenceo and adversity bhuald overtake them. they might have a resourso in the hour of need. lie did not stint his advice to the ladies, as to tle proper education and train. ing of their daughters in habits of honest industry, etc., etc. The speech was listened to with undivided attention. We do not profess to have done justice to it in this brief sketch. A glee was next sung; after which, Dr. McCauley delivered an elaborate address. The ceremonies of the evening were in the highest de gree delightful, and reflected great credit on the members of the institution to whose management the community is indebted fora most pleasant eoutrtainment. IfHo. P1'lEna SeOacu.-We have no hesitation, knowing l the respeatability of the author, in admitting the follow ing. The grunds of our statement are given elsewhere: New Onat:.ns, October 28, 1852. Mr. Edi,,r: My attention bating been called to an I editorial in tle Daily Crescent, Monday morning, October 25. 1052, headed "lion. Peter Soul ,' ill which the follow ing words are oembodied: 'lie (Mr. Soul.) complacently announced that he had not abated one jot or tittle of his Oire-eating propensities, and that he had, as ever, teo most soereigan disdain anl the bitterest oeolilily against the insult inog arrogance of the maorlh I feel myself in duty bound to declare that I was on the same balcony, alongside of my brother-in-law. when he nddressed the large meeting who had come to welcome him home ; that not a single sentenea whioh fel from his Ilp, ersaped my attention, and that he never pronounced any of the above words attributed to him. Tour reporter hba, undoubtedly. misunderstood him. I hope. sir, that, for the sake of truth,and injustice ton political adversary, now absent from the city, you will admit this correction of mine into the columns of your valuable paper. Your mot obedient servant, MERo'ooR, Ovrrana Loosr.-At a recent senion of the Superior Court of Cincinnati, ten couples were divorced in one day Matrimony must be at a disonut in that city. . Ironarrtona APFla.-The St. Louis Republican of the 19th, contains an aemount of the eowhiding of Mr. Boern. itein, editor of the Anritger in that city. The operation wan perifbnad by two ladies, whose husbands had been awt·led through the columns of the lnredgiere and then hel lp bal to keep the paee,. SSai . ai on thne stonh. qleft Neworkon the 20h-ia Istant for Liverpool, withl.ee atwo pa gsndpre d $407457 In speae. TeIE nvr eajr-Th ate shlp eark Posd t publishes ia erection i on the 224It is to be . in a the s f orm of an RAILton Accahs. -a on the 0h th. the engine oftPhe gOvel tin an of tile track near Stro Ng Point on the udson Rivefor LiRaelrpoad, fourth or fie twhis body being nearly severed le407,7 In pethwise. Thr. BCoerIU D P.uOe.-The NewYork Poet publishes e 10ry fine et. of the rystl Pat eac, end withn course o erston in thatoty. It is the intention ofin the form of a weero tagon. DArILuoco SAcuorp .-On the morng.-At the 20th inst. the engtne of the gravel train ran off the traok near trohg Poinst, on the udon Rulter Railroadpe tionr or fire formles beloy Dr. Cthisarlesty. The engneer asJohn Burtantly kis.d, Technis body being neary s tered lthe rse. No other super. sonmaxilary bone but in common languaged. the LUE oo Te L.- e workmen haof the upper jaw. tSevtedthe mountago, athebout 1100disease first frmadeom th wesern base, and aboot t00 feet from the eastern aide-maktng 100 feeght. They under the arching ht end ye, th k and last. It day on which the intention of the ompany, howermer, not to archd inreased to the whole tunnesizel, but only about 0 fenst on egg.ch 1th nst., a mose patit diflt srgical oprationg wasell. per formed by Dr. thartes A. Pope on 00 . John Burtls. tis hally, t semer of termed, th reseoton of th councluperor maxiltary bon," hut tin common langnage, the rmovtl of the whole of the upper law. Seventy dayse go, thu disease firt madeo it appearance, na o, ght welling undeor the right eye, and on Saturday laet, the day on which the operation was performed, the tumor had aincresed to the ie of a large hen' aegg. At lae t ooounts, the patient w sdoteing ll. Mr. Bor Ito is a member of the city coeotil. A lad, namod Matthew Fifee,wns oSnt to the Pony vsylvtia Ban in Philae inpbu, on the 1nth inst., to deposit one thouand dollars ; but ometing with a0 co0. ablaio.e the two arranged that they ehold make cthe e try inn the an book. and divtide the money, which they tacordigly did, anod started for Nome orn. The theft wras, however, soon disoovered, od ife was arrested but his ocmpaioen. by th name of Roberte. su doceedd in get long of. carrying with him $700 ofth money. lIe is sup posed to oe in this caty. A Cord. Gh e members of the Crescent: Agatin we call on your geae rosity .o Tee if you will be ind eough to inform the good and generous people of thie city, through your most value able paper, that the Porhogueoe Asievolenot Asoeiatlon inteOd, as an act of chEricy to the NewOrleans Femal Orphan Aryltm, on Camp otreet, to maeo a collection at Cthir Tomb, an thR old Ctholic Cemetery No. . Briaes etreet. on Alt Saints' Day, Monday, Novoember 1, the proreeds of which aillh e presented mta donation to the Asylum. By gleing this a place in your columns, you will he ao cig a great servico to the pSor rphaO, and will also oblige the members of the Assoolation. on whose behalf, I am your most ob't een't, Averoso VIReau,Seo'y. P. 0.-The Tomb wilt ho handsomely ornamented on the above ocosion, in remembrance of the deoeased meeu bores of the Asoclation. Neowrleons. October 20, 1052. Died : On Thoeetoyuoorieg,Ooohber 99 utdo'eloeh,eltRYFORRhOTER, aged 11 pearl. 9i .TR RALLY! RALLYT ! ! GRALLY!! .- [UNION SCOTT ANOD OOOAIAtA CLUO, FIRST WAilO, FIRST DISTRILT. .. odjoucoed a rinE o1 Cthi Clut ill ihe held THIS EtolNINO, Otober id, nt oi c',lack, it AIOETZEL'S OALL. 00001, 00 Nlyede..Ie., opyo.ioe the Hose Stntion. Tihoeeemst of tie lub otladVhi of the Waile rd re roomltoc to attend VN Nlm elly at the Neovutrtaled time and place, As thi is the jut riotosee ,ne iog of the Clot. 0. G . ChATPBLL, ltesitdnt. W. W. lilotoae, CrSclory. sets 'iM LAr G(Rco R.ALl.vey w-G, tdto MAC MOETINGIOI THE WHIGS OF NE00 ORLE0 A NS!-O, atrting of t ewhig Etoatiie Celmitt.e, orld lnat eoning, tll, thollnetog wos olbaiooswree bynninoeryld ndllnpt.d IralcrJlO, To.t the Wh10 too,1tiv Cola.iie ee . o. M0RKS to r lhric hllow Wohi. ow Net Orll,Oe e:abct in ,rASS, 0coret ETIG, n IONDAuY EVENIN, the 1lt of Nember, OE tle Neutal Groand in Canal eloOCt, nloetweo05g,,Oino and Ce,,o~iletlstrets. ol, he ,i therlhinsloohts this. oll be tthe ut gron a demonstrtato hioreo to rlelioo, Imhe 0 0ott a0 l vellm Clt. of thii Cite 0n of1 Ohriri, (;reina and J.0remon anoweiriu everyWhig , hu invited to .tend. utanse .illo . -recte4 at thrcediiferrnt poi..s, and the motiug Sely we nddremed by teveral sditing.i.sed speakers. n. AtOIBI, SOcon. [lu,1 111 . N. HARKS, Prei"lCert ,- CERoO GORDO CLUB.-The oembere of Ithie Clutwiill oeC at eer flail. (Salvod.r Frali',) Comoer of Rtmport act Coeiomhouhos siroU, EVERY M01000 EI'EINGiut talf-oist i o'clockI. All Ihe utior CineliI oI,, ciltaa roespeclalnyiorited to attnd. The Commlittee Rom of 1tIe Club is ei No. C8 Duli,,,onaildinos. Er ,to4 I Pho,. [otri io JAS. 0. iICPLttOLT.,to'y. W oare Informed that Mfosaro. .. 1301001' 0d J. 00CB00, S,, iring01 an ,,..,.,lConert atA-mory llall on the 1omh pros., nssisted by the principal nrtis~of thi, rily. Lovers of music hy 0 anticipate a riclh Itreat. Parilular| will he Iannnl rice in d slls omn , +t+ +0 ' "d 1~ CANDIDATE FOR FIRST JUSTICE OF THE d PEAC.--Hon D. IByrne having resigned a1 First uslalce of the Peces f ,or tle Parish el Orleans, L. U. GAIENNIE is a andidte to fill the t vcancy octs. 2I FOR RECORDER.--M. HERNANDEZ iS a s anldidate for it e olce of RECORDER OF TIIE TIIIRD DISTRICT, a ,nd will be skpported by his lri.sle. t"l.i 6 gf CANDIDATE FOR FIRlsT JUSTICE OFI THE kPEACE.--Ion. IdD BDo hai g esim,.Id, FRAN 1 HAYNE5S is a c ..ndidn!e far the. oiue .t FIRST JUSTICE OF TIIE PEACH for the Paish of Orleans.. dll I ," STATE TREASURER.-Editors Crescent: g Please announce that GORGE. P. BRIAN'T, Esq, who l.e been for le the last fie .,eare an effient Clerk in the Tresuary Depar tment, will be supIported frI the mce of STATE TREASURER by oetl to DIMANY FRIENDS. ,] / Fon GOVERNOR.-We are authorized to nn ce Colonel RICHAIRD IOAN as a candidate for Governor of d thi Stte, uuder thde ,e Constistlton,. pR S-To PERSONS RUPTURED.-The many per mnasnt and effectual care. made by Dr. Sherman aro deserving of more "than a ,awsing notice. For partiilars seo his advertisement oneRt m pace. Tar-Tar. Tm For sale, ONE IIUNDRED BARRELS, also lot of KEGS. STh.y well Co.ppered M,-l made or -Sined Cylpre,. I ,ll sell a them low, if taken from the Ianding te.lay. .d 1_ ltIp E. J. WHITE, 19 New Basin,. E t Elegant Jssortment 1WELL MADE CLOTIING. t ALFIRED IUNIOE & CO., ]4 MAGAZINE STREET, INVITE - eAll who ario i ,i nt of WELL MADE AND FASHIIIONALr CLITIIING, to call ad examine their assortmat and Gpriies Nd o paIis lo beeln pared in prodciugi anssortment of Clothia . this.,eaon that should en1irely please our euatomers. S, kllow tlhat olur exertions 11 ve een crowned lih success. It is imply neI-s,,y for us to invite a full exn 0inadon of our etck. We mou~ddr it NO 1- TOUBLE TO SIlO\S G(DS, even to persons who eInrely call fIn Arity. ALFRED IDUNROE a CO., ,ct 5 CeplW 3d ,guino sln,.et, ornI. r rem ihr. To Parents and Othiers I OTERTS'TD I SCLOTHINGT CTII T17 l LITTL E ONEST!! r Ur Ladies and ,there, who nlp,rintml thIe Clolling or their Boys, are hnvitld to call at thle establishement of t ALFRED UINROE & CO., 34 STIN MAGAZINE STEET O whesre th ey cnn parebar artimlen of Clotin ih o Lich they wilt be wIal plcmed. Ve take prd, ill oNffring a tock of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTII ING f better mlo and trimnmd almn any othr establisliment in the n tled SStaltes. \r solicit a r eL l] exa innltion or onr, ssortment. .SO JIE174T/IO LV PRIC'FR. ALFRED MIUNROE & CO~ oct95 6t~pltW 34 Magarinu street, corner of Gravbr SENTLE ENS CLOTIIING F~f . SIRING£1.. & CO., Just olxniug, na large assortment of GENTLEMEII.N'S CLOTIIING, OVER C(E'OATSi omepri e ngall teo new styles of- OF1ICE COATS. 11ROCK AND IDRESS COATS Flncy CASSIEIIRE 'ANTS, ILK VELVET vSSY.4 LINEN AND COTTON SIIIRTS11 CASERE 1. SILK, MERINO AND LADIB'S 1OOl UNDER GARIENTS. Atar netyu SILK uNEDT N SCARFISAND CRIVA'r etc. ,'it~~I be rccsi NEW DOODS by S1Dry.wla.biip IShDIssr -- '1.5 O----Lt~ j lE p, E -OPENING at No. 36 St. Charles street of U the BRANCII OF T -TIOREAUE'S ESTAB ISHMENT, No 151 1 I1Irel.--ThMiL etEblmh h•ivg oo cloned on a1count of •TUHDAY,0F.1a,1tos , orm tho parlic ha tit c -op nedto-ay, 'h Sto", lre wich is 1on1idrbly enla.rged, will enable the propriotor Sncrease h,. st.rk so as tojustiul), tho petrouge wth which he has 0lthrtln ee ll 5ured. At. iOREAo. I l b s covisncd that 11s-u9 low I the only mode of Ynuging forward buyer, intends red cinlg his am cls to the nmot limited 1e l therefore o Ar, r .le from this dy, GIi NUINE JOU nhS GI.V AT O.. DGLILAk A PAIR. I T'e OONTLBMEN'S }AIR DREESSING SALOON has been. r, moved t. eaSe. eStory. ithsilben richly fnlolehe rn fors avry dssirable comfort1 ,1 d 111 t osoID 10l0 w h o..t, m.., u S.I..llbol tr.t f Ethe klnd in the Untt l St,. t m Carpeting- c arpeting. AT 21 CHARTRES STREET. CrA. ERORAse & CD. have ee .sid, b. late rriva, a very Iage al Rspiendi . .Iormeit o, CARPETIN .Dhch u Suprior vELVET AND BRUSSELS TAPOISTRY B1URBI'LD TIIREE-PLYS INGRAINS, S'INKTtINS.ets.: Fl'i'red BA E nDs LINEN ,fr Cumb Clothb, WISNDOWI SIhADES SIAl RRoDS TABLE AND PIANO COVERS, RUGS of al kinds; Whits, and Colored MI.TTIINO etc, 1tc FLOOR OIL ClaOTH RIS to t wid.e, of vrlo qalih, a7'lR.f hich Ihey offer at LOW P FRIES, FORRIASHI m xasutory Lunch at the Shades. THI$ MORNING k ll Aqlor hl pn n aa~r. 1 3BERjOStlo * 7 &-. af. , 1TAiMO. . 81.4. . .,z.0.'ýNlioB AND o MY nt+,. iiy i DPoU. s AND SOB TAM IMS N D BR RIE SEGES, FRINGLA AED Ah DMSSEJB P. MALLARD & CO., - 8 7 ROYAL AND L 80 V ýE VILLE, SIe eTAlId, by reel1 ava fro Eump,one of th l iohei I.HOMUSE FU ENISHING ARTICLES DOeer Smp IS-d into this eity Conl ,itig okf ARMOIRE ; oTOILET TABS. PE PIURS AND SOAPS; COS AN BRUSHES UBO p V. W. PARKES : 0. HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES LAMIAS, BROSTL, SIL AND WOOL DAMASKS, FOR DR ERVIES; LACE, NAOBINE AND MUSLIN EMBROIDERED CURTAINROSEWOOD AND LAE AND BEDSTEADS;UITO NETTINGE , TABLES;El IP CFRINGES; CTALIN ES; CAORNS TA, LES; ANDENTRE AND S ETAERERES;NG GLASSES; BOHEMI AND CRYSYAL GLASBWARdRE C1O ; CIIN ETTE8 AND CTNDELABRAS; PAPER MNITRY AND OTHER WAITD INER PLATEDS; WASWAR; CTLE STANDS;ND AZINCY SEWINARE etc.CAIS; AL TO AND IL CLOT, ROet. etcS,., N:ORRIS & WAY, CORLAPAS, BR CAELAD COSIO STRNDEWOOS, undeAr Cty Hotel, H Iave j ut opened, at their recently improved store, their nsusl P NEANDSUPERIOR; LACE, N SSORTSLIENT OI OVER COATS ; LOS, TASSELS AND RDRINES COATS; CURTAIN PI, CORNUSINESS CT. -, CHINANCY CASSE AND BROE PANTS FALL AND INTER VESAND TEA of the latest nod molt bantflM styles. Their sltok of aIso being wor large and to "plet , shy ae now prepared to furnlh EVERSY JARTICE OF REL PERTAIND G TOCEL A IN TL AND CRYSTAL WLASSARR; CLOCKS; CIINE. lig otantly in ript o the n ltiAMPS; eey aival froBR STAT A COWARPLETE ASS; CUTLEORTY AENT. 1 NORRIS & WAY, under City Hotel. Stationery. CORSON & ARMSTONG, No. 59 CAMP STREET, REet Jsf pully eall the attention of thye wihingod . and erieebl STATIONERY ANDD B ASSORTMENTNK BOOS, to thir LAROE, COMPLIWTE and ENTIRELY NEW STOCK, which BINDING AND PRINTING OFFICE S t e t the, mt . irldng, tlhey are ed to giv e their pee.! PAPER fALL AND WPECIA NTER ECSTS CORISON & 1,114 Spll C'ORSOT A ARSISTEON;;, Soosane,,EICamp.(. .1ew Goods. SThe Inbseri.wr have received, by recent arriral., a l sd.ome SEASONABLE CLOTHING AND GENTLEMEN'S EFUiRNISEING GOODS, ..is . .ptf T 9 C mp tl ret, pposit City Hot.l. .ew Goods. D. P. SCANLAN & CO., NO. 12 CIl.ItTRFSI STREET, 13' Will open on londany, lcltolor Id, a complt. nassortment of LADIES, and MISSES' VELVET, SLK and STRAW BONNETS, rec,,ivod per Ea*stn Queen, from Hut re : also, a splendid astortment of VELVET, CLOTII and , RINO CLOAK VELVET, SIK and SATIN .NIANTIL.AS., for Ladies ead SIaee ; WHI TE al COLORE.D MERINO CLOAKS, fRihly Embroidered, toA Infomsa ; N ompit, o rt moat of DIRESS SILKS, CASHEIIERES, .,OUSRIIINE DE LAINES, IIAREGES AND SILK TISSU.S, for Street andi Seiri, Dr...a; EM. II.OIDERIEs. ES ; RIIIONS ; PLUMES ad ELOWEoRS; together witlh a general aaortmntof IIANC'Y GOODS, to whch they respenfully call tle attntion of the L odiha. octl8 Yptt" D. I'. SCANLAN & CO. B. F. Smith, DENTIST, 114 ST. CHAILES STREET, .M1 ll&,Comer of , iL.sageI Sq,,,.. The Southern Ladfes Book, FOR NOVEMBER, SIs now ready er dliVr1y Iroa the omfce of Pubticntlon, No. 103 St. Chasrle tret, and 2T Commercial pve. AIgenta for thin ork wll call on the eitizen. during the presens week, exhibit thoe pecnmen number sind soliit iubAcriptialR. 218" Bay and Boardfng School FOR YOUNG LADIES. MilS. DIMITRY AND ABLE ASISTANTS. SE The above School as opened it TENTH ANNUGAL SESSION, and is now remIy t receive Pupis. Strict attention i. laid, na sell to I moraI training as to the intel lectlal development iand plhysical wal of the PpII. FS oiLr trenl, apply in person, or by letter, at tl, Institnte, TIVOLI CIRCLE, BEWEEN I.)ELORD AND NAY ADES STS. 1e2tH S.11p Public .'Tght School, FIRST DISTRICT. E THIS SCHOOL wil he open NIGIITLY for five monthe from MIONDAY, Olctober 4, from half-past to 9 o'clock, tShe Male Depart meat ait the Marshall School o St.llyl street,y and tho Female Department at the Franklin School on St. Charle street. Applications for almisleoa to be made at the respective School Blouaea or to either of the madrmg~led. FRED. CAIERDEN, 4 GravIr at., W L. CUSHIN I5Common At.,. Comiitte. epS BAlp D. BEEBKE, 11Oh, LIeve, Boots. and Shoes. " The undersigned have received witMn the Inatfew week., and have oa the way, over $190,000 worth of VU BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, of every description and qualty, eleated with grat are from the various manursterile of omete, NewYork ind Philadelphi,. THIS STOCK IS ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BESTASSORTED EVER OFFERED IN TIES CITY, and country merehantroAd .iiti dealers would do well to canllnd examln before purchaing el.ewhor na thau goods are ofered at low pricce and on accommodating termi. -. courtry merchauta, more perttvularly, who contemplate laying in their anll supplies, we calfliently recommend tilhiatok and isk thea. to eull 1 trd exmilo 1for1 themselveA. DAVID TAYLOR & CO., (Succo sors of Taylor it RayPe,) .watt nrr nl ea l.,w.w.... ....,... b "khe First in Fashion ! a t '" I 'he Fll Style, 153, for sl at D'At CY'S t4" ~,1ptf cot. Chrtre and Cnai st. Foung .Men's, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CL 0 THI JVG. By Int rrivnl, ,, r tamd Lil Cre.antCity ,ll b1OST COeIPIE .TZE n^U I E P E ST l eortt of YOUNO lMEN'S, BOYS' AND CIIILDRENS CLOTIING, tobfoannIin ihn city. WM. STUART & CO., 5s . ,. Mptf a Clrtr.rese treet Checks 61 CAME STREET. 61 ON BOSTON, OINOINNATI, NEW YORK, LOUISVIS LE, PHILADELPHIA, 8 r. LOUIS, W Parchased and sold by mo31 IiSp MATPTE 0. 1 EMOVAL.-'-The undersigned has removed from 17 Poyd1. street to 8 NIATCH Z STREET. oad t.. . J. H. HEALD. G OVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE--Large ·be.n, hding o. b Relah, for ýtle by O TARD, DUPI'Y & CO.'S Dark and Pale J _f I tte. s p. INSTN, 9,s Gravier tret. R CTAVES--10 to 16 gallons Family Madeirab nd Pls Shrryft9 T A. IVINSTON, 90O Er.Oier Etret, RON RAILING--Small lot 100 to 200 feet P 16 sent. per foot, for s.le by T. W[NSrON, o [903 9ir stre. ENDIA BAGGING--New and heavy, in lots .JL o ut fton otul B. WInaTON, 99M OaS, i.Ero± t. SGIGHT EXCIIANG EON PHILADELPHIA- et49 J. H. ASHBIB DOE A CO., 55 t. Charlu .trt. R ICE-20 tierees p rime Cerolina, for sale by SONDON PGRTFe--100 casks, quarts and N~6llt,ty 5th ooykOlIr h ii, IS M914 lasplenlr ,1a'0~ ~4~ lbwul. 01111 PtSdýpid fUSor PWt AUO 0, is" - lb lb.tJS , l01 CtS! CtItI! Js,...rbit? b .5tef ,f ...bpN.d P'ol*.. ,N. .0.,s lB.c.,qot Ld ll4 0 s Id .p ...lsV . ' M~ f th lrb.t Aol!o Moy.s Ob. eo~aldi .0 l~ OilDRW BND51. lllp 01 11.40!) OFll&10,SI Aaso N. D.USN OROblAN ' M..p~ Mr. ... p 0. FRS !l.BJULY BS,C.p0.11,. .l'. fs RA.t LAYCTwal.p 100th 111NJAY14sob ils 00 drud.Adlh~yt"t1008 o, 11480 ',s silyvitu of the thirtyld aeeenthlo f Necw o Q1lu~ti ar' opene and thel. Bad 111.1.5 .p.d to St~lfl.k 111.1111,d8)C DPPle1br at lboon, assrsl.p 40 rellp. T;Omdlt 01"-".E"ib.O t Setees Alp,. olb city, of te lo F.Sd1P4,iAC*iM4 I~d1O!Idl..d;ll IlLnlol - SLE y ro oPOPAmlOWb,..o0..l lb rAl tblb tIOde 0.51·ot ath , f d lrs P . Odlplll., 0.I , O CIoTYtm ori ofw OOLWSR -.4 th 4dl011?f JtIY, I, tly i't, "' .5 lhb.1Clp rTIaItpP,, .41k i~lpr' ".840. l1 .1105,1, Avb..g. the1 rgbh, tS 11 ..l..sll .e Ip lklIVJsC.. IJp ,s1e blps dld .10.1 froIplIo Wit05 Vb bOtll~pI. l.- .i0 piarchaeer.h. Coss oltslad Da fo(tbsr~srb s: rbt f oasing" POy m alS bide. ... ý A. 54. CROSSMAN, Mayon '.'IM. 0. D.SOYR, C..ptile .. WI!. II. GARL.AOSD, T,,mroI '.- .; ýý°" WI! P. CITONll RBSCIIOIrO N Cbj,1.uP0Om l.+i, L. II. PLA CC ,Oba b m ,Pl ... 5 4 1 0.., 41 ·ionan rwarrroo bt&1SAontmrtt ...co~seote R Dtwý! ).thN l , :S Cooka b iyo a OW tlpfi lttSt,111 H hI and dminstraion r it .mie:' proad I 1 'al ,4gdo theoldcit, o te let. irst Bhaod ad'fhu Mlaidp M an Oil on"J tsttad euitable e reptt tlsn of iaesy of eft end atlder oblI Oity of We old ciy, ad or The lm.iFbfýýf.%l d' CITY OF NEW ORLEANS doted Rjg 6T. JOLT, 5111., 51 Yi~-o YEARS, fr utonEo THOUSAND primmtur l rrblb, Ps Mifll4ibdbi ilso l of the Cit Tee o( it Inter,' dt the b1d th* dtllo, ºt 1100,11 whic tie u Interest w th Bonds 4 b PhiwiBEIJI N·ZN ,' r The Proposalso to bee reed, " Offer for as of~YI1* ~OL~ The Coo mseiwen rsorre to hemeslre th. ih . edclt ~ d on·uto ~tb·cmurlol*~4or all bie A. D. CROSSMAN, Mtym.o L~y~(, Ir 0. DsBUYS, Comptroller. - "·l~bb ~ a~ WM. P. CUY 'eRB~ Cbsirman Fhpdi sN Cb(oi*I*L,1 os Iltllllu~lsad titJ~lBoo s t .1 ;l d A. PLAYET . R-murr. "mrI& nr~eI leuf'er1~ ' ProckematA., BY JOSEPH WALKER, GOVERNOR 01 TNEi LTh T· OF LOUIS 'ANA. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ran o A, 111 .A$lt I5 WHEREAS, The Convaotim I t1 wl mb u d t l ls llit sI ;&yIUt 01 thetel.'l of Eaon qo, for the pp...ilwf 101I.utbkSh 0a0du.. 11on of the Slot. a! , barI HtdUo01 : tha 1..44 I 154. the edjoornmanl of the Coavuotlaa, Ike Govaror shelfLar hi ptir. .afoI. directin. the .0 l o 1n of this SRa, .0orl4 by lawiE hold .011ons. for 01 mbers of the 01. 0,a 1011..1, t, o pal0004 hds poll r eve r.1Pa 0h of the, Bue, . ,I.h pnled..1 0141d 671 w:lT.Ip. the FIRSR TUSDAOY OF NOVEMBER nxt, olrme porp.*iWSEkiN the 01.se of the good peopl.. of this St.t gRrd tW. 1 o id. p . Ml4 rejection of this Constitution i sad It shal be the dut of eId lo._; i naiIve the Tow of al- per 4,10tI(d ,a vte ndethe old 01141 lion111.4.1., 1hi Cons.11tion. Each v01 ·ter ·hF·.01*.1tl51ltai by depositing in s ..p... box, to t kLept on mat poiq.,.aUhlC, whereon .1ll be 0itten T1,HE CONTITUOTION AIORS'TES' 6! 'THE CONSTITUTION REJECTED,' or eon.mb I 1 * dliatIpy convey 11. 01011io0.1o the voter. Al tihe .lddg0.if*1M Hole.io, wblchh tMI be eondnetad lo eo reapm r m. g sei*I Ste .011tion I. no1 onductled, 01 e C0141101. 0 n drsig7 1. d . o pr4eIe o01 the cams half oraf14 01lan1.EI1 t.le1 belles o eipositd, sdl .b.ll forthwith maLk dur n4,1. there to th111111.01ry of StateI,0 conformity to the prlrvl401 of th . EltIsg 0a. upoE I1. EublrbIHI .laTtion l O E No, therefore, I b1 1 h1N.. proper to tame Os myEPH elWIeR, notifin the qulalified voten of the State of the ordinate of tha6d. va~in tie as fermid, and lnrthermor· rmnuoaedin al het"le. Close I : A'n.. e of El ection,.nd al oeber merr theren conneced. tcitrlb people H ssembs and vote pon the saapranea m Oljafinn of the 66 I.notio Ey.pon. heIllYlPf d OP ELECTODA OF NO1.01.4111 1 and that the proceeding be conductd, sod return. oof be Yad;L conformity, to the ordouncl sd with the ·xlrifn law epo the residen o.llliell,,. By the I 0101011, JOSEPH WALXERl 111,11.1.1111 1 TCSco. Of Stan,, okl10pt1 .olretr of Etectfont. , 1T Dy.vinne of , WRIT OF ELECTION to me di.6ted by 10 Er·eellruny Joseph Walks,, urrnlur of U. State of Louisiana, Ike gaelill.,d vor of the pa,/oh of Orleans .. hereby notltlrd that art Election will he held on TUESDAY, thre 2d of Noveomber next 188t, for ELECTORS FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT 01 THE UNITED STATE' ' The poll, will , aerpo.d to the day .hove 011111.1, from Rbth.Il of nine p'ri.:k I.i the looming until six o'clock n the evening, at the 111111t, t' be 11111!us.111110 allli rendr trhe 1rinlendl of Com,1 neIt ndClerklsl o be0ppl:ntld bylh1le Bnl of lid.rlrln of the city ofN 1101l101.,RaIdIIItheIIFI iRceJury flrlitRI thep nllhlten1, right bank of the Dtilli~niPpj Riser;i the dlErl(OU tube DnnlUtd and duplieale return. ad. to the udeuigard, nrcardiug to 1.7. Sheriff' ofcell, perisl I of Orleans, October 1, 86l, l 0111 Iptl JAME1 P. PRESET, Sherif, .1Iotfcc TO TIE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF TIHE PARISH O ORLEANS, CONCERNINo TlE ADOPTION OR REJECTION OF THE NEW CONSTITUTION. C1 By 0irte of 1 PROCILAMIATIONR lied by His Eeesileney Joseph Walker, Goremo, of beo State of LeniilEOI, the goohfed mla. of thes parishl of OHaa are hereby notified that at the Election to he hol oa TUESDAY, the ld of Nember ..tl, Ifor Elector for Preside.t and .4'. President of the United Stele,, mps Boxwill be poroivid to receiv~ the voles for the purposeI1011king the same of the good peoplI of thi0.1 11,0 re01d to Ill adEopvln or rection of the CEmRI. lotion of 1852. Each voter shelf express hi. opinion by dlepaidio to mid 1,p111. Ro0 a B1011ot .her.1n shll be w rite 11 bTHE COR 01 TUTION ADOPTED" or "THE CONSTITUTION REJECTEO," m soe uch word or word. to ,mire., the iatoatioo of the voter, 5 10rr'. 1,aa1, p 1ri1h of OrlIris, O0tobr 7,1851. N. B.-AII third 0l R.111 be pIn ridl, at 1h polf 1, the reclpto,0,o CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE WASHINOTON MONUMENT., __________ SJAOIF F. PR1011ET, 10.0 ,N'-ILSYORLLTY OP NEW ORILEANS, October el, III..... COMMON COUNCIL OF TRIO CITY OF NEW 05 IEANS- Neseknl, That the following peso. era hereby appointed lnopHeto and ClerkI of the El0c11El to b. hell on the 10c0d day of NorImb. at the place. h...cut lor described: FIRST PRECINCT-Alt . ERIC,,'., .0111, of 111? AIR1CIR 1nd jRace uell... ..l.l.0. ,-3. lnr. , .I.O.RE,., Rol0. M Welton1.... ClakH-J. 4. 1101ry, D. 1. R4,44 SEIOND POROINCT-At I. lll ohrl1.10 Coffe.hni...I. w - tio0...,, F. Hto 0,,meC DholaN, E. B. .1bor1e, H0 . MCITH 1.... k.-11,1,. J, 0.bory1. 101A. AdJs. Pll]1t PRECINCT-ARt .lon scho..ol NI....01.,01R.t-W . Mo011CR., F,14. . .ui., W, E.110 R1dod.... CL0,s-I.C. S' od. 10 FOURIT PRECINCT-At Roo.iya.,H No101. . CIEPIR'* 00.5 -. M. 1.Q T.om0 r H. Shiird,, J. L. BOouhM. Reo.C . '-IT . SeUENTIFPR CIN -ET-41,0,oy No ,....[ t-.Ri.. SBpoopurI J. Al e, W. 0. F1,in,.. R..ClaIP..,.I 15Od P. SIXTH PRECINCT-At Coui 10e Croup1.S..10001R.-N. CNRTFdolII ond Perdido IU-a1 0..1, 0111. R..I4 01.01 (kernn,, R. plo10-L.... 100rke.I.,3.her A. Cean. ,EiNTRI RECINCT-At aJF1 'olC00.R PHydr, o 0.41;... .slosY D.-lU., 41,, 0.01. StRwIt, l. P. L.y.....CI,,L.M F: ELOUI IPRECINCT-A CTani StreC t Hio..tel..... In1,,l 0111, Ri1.po, E. S-lmon,, P ci,,, Lr.A. .OMrl, 4 C110,1,4.1101.... NIN1 O PRECCINCT-At EnFIRs HOue No'. CIl , Coati II 01a....Inpeaon-L.. J. .11.0, 111 Dl.0, H. C...Ilor0...C16LSb1, .TENT RECINPCT , 0CIL- A C. Pl-RllhS. ,Cbal,...01 , Ol I ,,,451. wi 1,droi E . A. M ch· Y . -E lll.R , ..yy l, 0. 0 , 1 4 , 11.1cl. i. . 0.mith. ELEIVNTE H PRECINCT-At orF1on. COD.-11 rI1. Orleans 0 mlt A R,,lfeku....H. rouu RII L0 . W . "". U as.. H aLI , ,0 0 ..1 .Ci rIS -. A.ugust C., -y,1 34110. SIXTEENTHl PRNC1NYCT-AI I. O*h.l 11.. 01410100.1 1111.'o NIsrnI, teed Orl,0,0C101.4.I1....InRR .VI 1tA.TRIer,'GIIPg CHIIr T. Chol,,...C1.r1,,-L. Co ,ells J. M. La4. k Rtrout bCIISen Rs5T d FRICI onT-AR4 . S. b l 01.plI1.-Rl Id...11, 01m.0.1114u, 4., ERIIOJI....LeonRBk.-J E 'llOT F 1NTo POECINCT-A t E. lV,,000NI.0. pCo , "DT~hI F., N C dcr-Ha(D9 Eo~t ebrhur of Bynn , Roadl uud Dr. Ouuro -Jo,. InlpoctorcH.(l .nyl, M.llunaqs r.s IV. W .., 01. D n.or y. B4ro1, .. A. H..otT N TIEUII PRREINCT-A P.Rl'. ,soNRR HoIo0yp I,,4C1 treN.... CI0S tar-J. E. L'lllOT, C. LCrlll0 , J.R Iruu...UCl.,p.. A. . ,.l,10 , B L01h 01, [ICTE4]TH P~a.CINC1'-At the Sch C. lona I rrton M00 ke no te Bayou Rom.. .jlfm:eeul;orYi-An. Vlnen,. Trams, H. Preloge:. [14.1--Y. Cu0nnov41,0 ALFONT Se o EN1'Er NTH PRECINCT-At~ J. D. Enrbn~t's ofixea-Ioonte, Innpeclon-Atl. Lauinger, A. 0. Niel, J. B. Itarllddl.... O'l rIw -JDI I T"o,, I 11. OIER,1 . EIOH'I "ENTrs ,PECINCT--AtlG give lioreuio.l.. ..ln~ppafelore R. W BOP..., G. DNIIF, JamE Brooks...RlNerks-T. B. 10110, T. B. .nnl N1TI 01NT11 PRECINCT-At Un les lGl Rilro1d Depot.... 10, .01,11.bl. Boron A I111.1 BReh, JsLeph PIe1Nl..1I01fR.,t,., 0l..lI1, Jr., Jo00 I. 0 ll TWENTIETII PROCINCT-A( oolgll.,coranj~~~sl en u nralo e Lla· Illscorr-A. Uastygl, J. D. lldufanoa, J To id. Ixw....Clerk.-R. Winn, John L~dsec. , TIVENTY-IIIIGT PRECIOTi.-hA ChennrlaN. TO House Cotlgreu anld Levan lrneb-....Impps.ton-hJ. Vnr1Zr N. Trrmrq D. Duprtne. Clerk.~-A. Trllue, Jr., It. rcorhmlo,. ISigned] W..C. I]IORE [signd aFA1S APENE President Board of Aniluotaldorman. A Ploed 21t October, 1852.a~nr aror Tru copyI: If. DIED, Secttr,. A D SOSAN ayr MALYORALTY OF NEWVORLE)lNS, October 21,1862. t The gsullaeln appointed as Iplpeattr·nd Clerks to server the election to oak, plate on the satood day of November next, are respeotfull requested Is .11 -1 the lloya't odllo t u oirly a day u possible, and takea thle outs required ill fer. --1s A.D. OROSRMANn. .1. S. Knave #1. Chan'qer, DIN1TAL S7RGEONS, L 104 Common AtrD, Oooorlle the Ruin ol tn.· 8t. UW lr) l uua.. CH' P. FYKNAPP, iwaiar pru - f thth· B oF. H., O. 8 r. nd . nnre am, cliel o eha adce of hie i whr sad b ;s hr b b 4.t h him[. a pl e he oewp d for uoq y gri lfy~at hst sid. Boot, Shea angd Blroigan. , p ATWHOLE8ALE, Now IudhgHArom sl$p N4¢lkl. Id to storesbyas. w'rt.st of SHOTS, 50035, IOGAh'4 HIATsCAP. sq. SAns.ppllhd .11, prime NUSET8 r Woo MEXICAN, PALM LPAP,1C15WAWso& CAIIPkj'.14 ,ATS, Sb. ;." SISSAS pri.., by HIS Ip* CI.OBTAO , IIO MepA stese Ur 0"U1Red sew HAT, odpit e sr ' 2A, BHZPImAA t i0FRS, I Oi 10AWo9LATA W~ $711 wow t7anx49h ;rý.