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OFFICIAL 10URNAt OF THE CITY OF NEW 01LEAN.
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SUNDAY MORNIGo, OCTOBER 18, INS.
Democratic Natiomal Ticket.
-ORIATIO SBEYM OURI
OF IEW TORL
FO VIE PraIsIDEaNT:
P'RANIC P; BLAIR,
mleetors ber the Smate as Large I
CEO. W. RAC ........................W. F. s BLao E .
DURAIT DAPONTE ....... ..... ......... J. ELLIS,
MlSet ssoeeters t
That Cosgrtsloa DlIrMW........ANTHONTY SABOLA.
s0d0 .. ........ B BRADY.
ird .. .. ........ CL&AENCS WARD.
e.arth .. .. ........8. J. FOWLsLL
wUI .. .. ....... P. GOODRICH.
rest C.asrseme District........W. L THoxPom
Sea.d .. ........J. H. KENNARD.
Third .. . ....... H. I W aLit .
ert .. .. . .. ........ NORTH CILLOM.
athh .. .... .J. H. BAIOHAM.
For Ceacrems t
irt Ditri........................ LOUIS S1 . MARTIN.
B.s .. .........................CALEB HUNT.
Third .. ........................ DOLPH BAII.ET.
Ferth .. .....................M.... HABL iTAN.
Puh .............. ............. . EO. W Mc4'RANT,.
The publication of the laws in the CBsCcErT
having now been brought up to date, those
remaining will. hereaftar,appear in the Cane
carr on the morning following their appear.
ance in the evening Republican.
HrTRTA ro BrAIL-Gen. Blair declines
to withdraw from the contest. Of course he
does. Why should he submit to the dicta
tion of a set of men who take advantage of the
irst misfortune that befalls their party, to
renew the schemes in which they had once
been foiled, and which the judgment of the
party believed would be fatal to its success ?
Why should Gen. Blair resign ? He has the
hearts of the Democracy with him ; he has a
great and a growing party at his back ; he is
used to the "perilous edge of battle," and he
cannot understand that surrender means vic
- tory. The greatDemocratioparty-the party
of principle-the party of liberty and pro
gress-will rally to his support with more en
thusiasm than ever, after this audacious
attempt to usurp its powers and prerogatives.
Gen. Blair may have been misrepresented,
but the Democracy would gain only shame
and humiliation by casting aside their valiant
and slandered champion.
Register, Democrats I We must cast at
least 25,000 votes in New Orleans. We most
have at least 10,000 majority in New Orleans.
We must administer a wholesome and une
quivocal lesson to carpet-baggery and scala
waggery. Register! Register! Register!
Senator Norton, of Minnesota, was elected
as a Republican, but, for some time, he has
shown a disposition to liberate himself from I
the trammels of that party. Nevertheless, he
has not, until quite recently, declared his po
sition on the presidential question. At a
meeting held at Winona, on the 26th ult., he
delivered an address in which he expressed
bimself in favor of Seymour and Blair, and in
the course of his remarks he said : "When I t
eonsider the monstrous course of the Repub
liean party for three years past, I am over- r
whelmed with astonishment and I renounce "
it." Senator Norton declared that the Radi
cals had excluded Virginia, Mississippi, and m
Texas, because those States were sure to go N
for Seymour, and that if the other South
ern States should go against Grant they would
refuse to count their votes. He attributed all
the evils under which the country groans,
inancial and others, to the re-onstruction o
measures. Senator Norton has sen-e enough
to see that the reconstruction policy of the
Radicals is a fist failure, and honesty enough P
to oppose thnem on account of their tyranny
andi oppressiveness. Not like the so-called
corservatives who think that " whatever is is
right" to-day. although it was wrong yeeter
!t is to be hoped that the confusion canmed
in the Democratic ranks by the ecent
' 'vaulpping" roposition will pass away in a
few'days, and that the Democracy will go to ,
wo:k in earnist for the great battle of No.
vedler 3d. 'Pennsylvania and Indiana may
yet: be wrested from the grasp of the Radi
cald Immense sums of' money were spent
in P'enrsylvania with very meager results,
ani the e'ffort has probably left the Repub
lica~n party in a state of exhanustion If the 5U
Democrats take proper advantage of the
sitlatin, they can win the fight and elect
- -..' -- --- Iaw
Vie h artily aplrove and commend the rese
ounticns passed tb the Sixth Ward Rough and
Relady cub. The citizens of the Sixth Ward
never leave things half done. Their course
merits the imitation of every club la New a
Orlhanv and in Louisiana. Capt. ott has no cs
superior. \ hbn a Red sees him, he feels like '
th, ctxn that apostrophized Scott's namesake r
of unerring renown, from the top branch of a Me
gumn tree: "If you are Capt. Soot, don't
shoot; I'll come down."
I'asons.. -The Cassc-rr office w s yester
day Il!uminated with the genial smile of our
little friend, Mr. W. A. Shropshire, who rein
vwgorated by his trip to the North has returned
'o go to work this winter with even more than s
Lt,~ accustomed energy. The business world
will, weare sure, be glad to hail his return to
" the flags," to fill the void created by his
absenc, - _
Demci ateta! register. That is your first
duty. ' no tinme. Rtgister at once. Do
not put it o Delays are dangerous. Be
member! you cannot vote unless your name
is duly registere
ARaRlivr t amS h t.eol. Washingon. Gager,
from New York, 10th tastat, merchaudie an
pemeagers to A. Moltes,' Wednesday 14th, forty
adies note of Cape Plorjs, sw steamshp Yasuoo,
bonsd acrth; Thursday, of L K2' Y West, met steam.
Men who are promne t abhet ee ation
$. are very apt to regard the solutMn of pot
Cal and sociologloal questions - depseding
merely on the resultn of ooaieting idea
Revolution, they are often herd to assume, is
simply the violent preC6daan.e of on set
of altagoQ st ideas over eamthlt met, sad,
on the other hand, stability is the product of
r. a movable equilibrium of antagonistic ideas,
in which progress takes place by a regular
and peaceful alteation of actin and reaction.
There is a fatal iaw in this method of so
counting for war or peace, for stability or in
stability. It ignores the paramount office
and the terrible play of the pasions. Ab
stract ideas from passions, f you can,
and what do they beeome? Are they
capable of such conflits as may son
vulse soelety and subvert government? What
wardid ad ides ever produce? What bloody
conquest did an idea ever achieve? The
truth ts that there is no more warlike power
or propensity in those ideas, regarded strictly
us, as ideas, which are frequently spoken of as
agitating eociety and contending for political
IL ascendancy, than there is in the axioms and
propositions of Euclid. There can be no
more antagonism between them than there is
A. between a conic section and a right angled
triangla Nor would men, viewing them from
the standpoint of pure intellection, experi
ence any more impulse to fight about them,
than to fight about multiplication and adi
tion, or to cut each other's throats in a eon
test to destroy vulgar fractions with decimals,
or tice versa.
But it may be said that men have unavoid
able differences of opinion, which they may
j. believe to be founded in dispassionate reason.
Indeed, William Godwin once wrote an elab
orate mssay to prove that men-even the
ri. greatest criminals-always act with the belief
that their action is reasonable. While such a
NT theory cancels moral criminality and de
ee thrones conscience, it utterly fails to account
- for those thnusands and thousands of cases
of human inconsistency so glaring and so
impressive as to make it as familiar as a
proverb, and much truer than the bulk of
proverbial philosophy, that men are nearly
es always worse or better than their creeds.
e In politics, then, ideas, at the most, play a
i symbolic part, while passions organize their
opposing forces, and lead them to the oonflict
But it frequently happens that those who con
tend with the utmost frenzy for the overthrow
te of certain institutions and the establishment
of others, are coolly agreed with their foes on
ie the abstract principles upon which govern
ment ought to be organized and conducted. A
i signal instance of such a coincidence of ideas
ie amidst conflicting passions was witnessed in
°- the late inter-sectional war. Leaders on both
sides were found uniting in the belief that
o the federal constitution was an admirable
work of political wisdom which had given to
the world an example of "the best govern
L ment on the face of the earth." And
yet, at that moment, this government, so
beautiful in the abstract, was visibly and
icandalously failing to secure the peace, the
Union and the liberty which were the objects
of its formation. Moreover, the victorious r
section has been intent on eliminating all
. those constitutional principles which gave to t
the federal organization its ideal beauty, and
is now, apparently, on the eve of erecting
one of the most monstrous and hideous des- e
potisms which the world ever saw. In short,
the passions which brought about the war are
still at work, and we cannot look for better w
political conditions until those passions have
died out and are succeeded by others less r
malign in their nature and more wholesome
in their tendency.
I On Setrdey October 17. 1869, at flitee. mintee afnter 9
A. R . WI LIAI L WILLIAMS e1 s62 Lears na tie of
(Phi and a resident of tids city or the lst twenty liv
Sfriends and acquhtala are rmeertblly Inoited to at.
tend the funesi from his late residence, No. 3Si Maasee ne I
ntseet, betwe elpome anand hlat , THaI (ideoday)
" FrElt ,ON. aS o'ecloca. Fi
COMMIIECIAIL ODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F--The F
OIce,,s and Membr of this lodge ar hereby not led to
Smeet at their Lodle Ioom, No. 82 Camp Street, corner Fo
Nsatchen THIS DArY, (8unday,) at o'oock P. s, to pey F
the last sad tribute of respect to our deceased Brother P. M
O. WM. L. WILLIAMS i
Members of Sister Lods are frateralty Invited to attend. F
By order of WM C. ANDERS(.N, I. (.
J P. Lasn., Secretatry.
WILDET ENCAMPMRNI T 0., ,. 0. 0 F-Tvbe
05cr and Patriarche of this at"empmemt as herbh
hotrheed to meet at thteir Eampment oem., eaorner Comp
and tommercial Place, THi8 DAr, (8unda1.) at 2 oclock
a ,. for the purpon of misting at the funeral o of r late
P. H P. WIh.LIAM L WILLIiS.
Patrfarchs and hiater Eacampmeats are fraterna:ly invited
to attend. • order of
THOMAS H. JONES, Chief Patriarch.
8 SotLri.nur, Scribk
ALPHI HOME LODOIGE NO. 73, F. AND L M
The Members of ta Lodge are requested to assemble at their
Lodge seem en BUNDAY, the L, iteseat, at 2 o'cldoc
1. w.. for the purpoes of paying the Las.t tribuhote of respeet te
ourlsteBo W. L. WILLIAaS.
By older of the W. M.
( IHAS. r VELANDER, leeretary.
CONCORD LOYAL AR.'H OCIAPTER SO .-The E
Members of this Charter will meet at the Chapter Room
on SUSDAY, the 18 h, aIt e o clochk r , fr the pu-PrO of P
aunating at the fuIneral of our lIte Companion W. L. WI
LIMt. By order of the M. s H P. PE
JAMES FL'RNEAUX, mSecretay.
O01-LAND COUNCIL NO. 1, I. ASD s. M.-The
Members of this Council are notlied m to mt in Hl of Con
cord R A Lhbpter. No lB Camp truet, on UL'UDAY, at
orock p. a., for the pnrpese of atteading the fameral of oar
late Companoen W L WILLIAMS.
My order of the T. I. G M.
JAMES FUaREAUX, Reeerder.
JA' Qf'R D MI( LAY COMMANDSaRY NO. --The
Oenr and r. Et. of this commnadery will mto at Onad
Lod4ge BDll, on SUNDA, the 18t, t at 2 r. e., to Jeta with
Alpha Home Lode Mo 72 in paring the It tribute of re
pect to our deceased Compnaon dir W L WIL IA M. M
Bi order or the seagai i .
i. BONTAGO, aorder. v
NEW ORLEANS, OCT 18, 18 -TvfE B. AND 0
Sr ita of Albert Pte Lodreof Peecfeton 14 . No. 1: Al. 0
hit Pike C.. of PP.. of Jarusalm I . r I; Union E
Chapter a. i.". I " . No Il; UnCoa C. K- 3;. no. t
I0, are epctally rnvtted to attd the foe rlour Bre and
8r Kt. W L. WLLIAMS, fromh blelateresfdemsonMa , dire
stm etree near Me pomtna at o'elo-k r ., n.Ih tuntant. reta
Meet at Lodge of Alpha Home, at I eclock p, . W.
SAM. H. BSOWS, U. WA
2T1 ie 5oetera of ie FJirst IWr rl.
Ae a tCommittee of the First Ward Democratic Club, we
want to urge ever veoer of the Ward Iet toiset sht week pas
w.thLnt Regirtertya. We canot believe that a iathge white
voter will eglekt, at this mot crultie~s juncture, s important
a duty to hisif, his femely ad his iseada
Weappom o yeo, me the lnst Ward, REGITEE, W
REGOleTBE thi week. for Baturday will be the lst day.
'Act at oe."
Jmo. Y. PLATrsxISL, Ohalirms, tc
J o. aa.r
T. . HIGGIONSOTHAM, a
A. a 8aW,T
LLOYD . COLEVAN, p
a aenms asseraa meaa ree cmp *atee.
Ledlesand geatiema d the vrtoeu lenes tIees ape a I S
.cmsa to emeta MOPll.A 3OUS0 as Weeme dat IS
a A trian reheesel dea ladsd gelems de mc- .
Ot VIM tea pisma t e*ebk Wedeesig a g, .se..
TAe Uneio WWsae; .Uesa lsi.
The Only Rml Wadiu Ruh-i
and, IN THE WORLD.
)f so- BI ADANPTE > e
office FAMILlES, HOT EL
of a Thene Ms me h aly le te.lbfathmes ar the Lboe
ital d see, t senmamt u sam t uss as heg wu wsaed
In them, a l tlak- amer and wer than Whm i..e by
i and hnd A tbel , em tem a mils, N mY , mhne washed
e no psetly. withot meaIg. rbbi a belag, s a bem y or
ere Is m opetoe them. Fr Perae t Wa larInvaleant The
igled elethas washed, wrn ad rlaed, withest lhaltag
from abm, liung w yar i t putti t he hands water. . The
peri. wrtager, althougham eseatal part o the Maohlae ti oem.
hem, p I Itaelf; It ha a galvamnsd ire frame, Solid wlhie
di- rubber res, awheels and drals boaud, and ea be atteebed
to any kind of weh tab. bmeh. bern or box. e re and
quptker th any bther wAar. and withot the leat injury
ta, the tab. IT MAYtR RUSTS. and aevr gale out of
order, and Iaunlvernall conceded to be th BUST and MOBT
void- ELIABLE WRINGER 1N USE. Sea the Card of Mr.
elab-A CA£ D.
Sthe WAsnscegorSr Sr LAD PAluRI
elief kaveber so, I
The undersigaed takes pluree in recommeandlg the
JOHNBON PATEIT WASBBIG MACHINE, purchased
I de- from Meser. Bice Bros A Co.. 8 and 91 Gcmp street. New
:Olnt Orlear. as the meat cad actc. accoeempIlishIt that I.
asedIr It. I have worked this Machine myself on traln
0AB0 and bave taaght m) servants how to ause t, who now wash
d o more elothem In one hoar than any rn wman eoa accomplish
l fern houo..
as a QEOMGE ULRIO, S. Landry Parish.
lay a Patret Weah eebtah. as Cloahes Wrtser..
theirThe Only Rel
WASHINO MACRINE IN THE WORLD,
brow Is now In as throughout the UnIlted State. Frames. Eagland
ent d Gerany, and ha been thoroughly tested in hospitals,
( O counta, saylnm., and famines gmeraly, reoelving every
er- wre the most unstinting pralse and comaemadaon from
A those who ase It
dens RICE BROS. & CO., Sole Agents,
id in 89 and 91 Camp tr s ner Poydrs,
both and Magane sneet,
that near Mesaslhe Maket.
able Importers and Dealers n Hardw are, Naols, Catingp Guna,
Sto aea arpetv' nd iepees' Edge Toole, etc.
ern- .aeadeequr -rs BMtA IW'ard
And ROUGH AND READY CLUB.
,the WIGwAM, Coan Cnarmus AXo BA ,na crs,
At a meetit of this Club hold this elali the followlag
on Raseelautio were unaaimeusly adopted:
S stelved, That this Club form a commltee of the whe'o for
the purpos of completing and pefcdiag the registration of
eto trs Wrd; nd
and Be It fhrther relved. That In the premt state of eour
country, brought upon uas by Redical usumpaie sad misirae
we cosider It the Iret and meet mcred duty of every white
lee- ctlseo of this State to registe and vte for Seymour and
ort, Blair in the coming elects; thereforCe,
Belt resolved, That we will hereafer, both politically sad
are sially. look up an treat with etempt and eoora every
tter white man who refase or neagiasthis mostersedaty which
be owes to his country.
lseo red, Ihat a copy of the lRs ,ltikem be funished the
88s Press of this city for publication.
ime S. W. SCOTT, President.
JAi. PEADOS, PeMeoary.
Dry Goeed--DrVy Qee* .
re of N. S Jacekee. treet, eeraer Tekheplteul.
Ie J. MILLEIt, JR.
ine Genue Losudele COTTON ................ 19e.
day) M du m l............ ..Oc.
Fine OALTCOI .............. ... 12
Fine pore LINENS thl .... .. . c.
SFPine. lia lahlsPo DIAIP 0-inch)............. ro
die rseC ottaD aPcMTI. U llads) .... l 50
Flawhte FLANNNll.I........................ . ..R...
rOor Ploe Cl..red DEIL IIIEt laol) ..... . -
eFine OPlESA FLANIIRLAall colors ..............."...8.
ine Wi NIII .........................
P Fine nlats' Worsted COATS.............. ...I "00
Fine .. .. HOD ...... ... I 0
Fine easolment of Al tlI RIBBONS.
Floe eoimo. .t of ".,' Disuss and UOderirt,.
The Fne asertart of Ladie' VYR all wool.
b. lice sortaaet rf HOSIRY.
Amp nd a reL mJany other erlicle. Remmber the place.
o J. MILLER, Jr.,
le Ne 8 Jacksoa street, wer Tehueltoo;s.
Upper ide of Jarkoee
our .rcew sore
18 NOW OPEN WITH A FULL LINE
it -reuse reao
New York and New Orlesa Auotiom looms,
he EVERY DESCRIPTIoN OF WHITE GOOD,
em HOICkRr, HASDKMKIHyHIK p
se FAICY GOODS, DRY GBO D,
IL BIBSOPB. LACES, BHAWLS,
PERFUMERY, ARTIFICIAL FLOWEIS, HATS, Erc.
Town and Country Millinery ore oupplied useual with Cut
[e Iegtl of Milliary Goods. ete, at wholeale prices.
12 P. J. TRAQUAIB,
Stere lately seped by Smieb ar Mase Stare,
Same de.r tem D.ht.h
J. r. Flat ' C . ' S
th PRICE LIST OF TEAS
MIXED (Oren aud Black), S1 K; last t 110 b.
IMPERIAL (re;nro), 51 2f41 0: n0et $I 75I 1 b.
TOUVN HYIYON (Green', $1 O; east 51 7 4ip a.
ID GUNPOWDIE (Gem). 1 60; Suest g lb.
L. OOLONO (Blak), $1I Z; Sinet $1 0 l b..
Ion ENoLISH BRRAKFaT (Blai), 1 U; Iaet SI Itb.
ro. VNCOLORID JAPAIW, $1 21; Roast Nt a ~ i.
ad e purchase our TEA. through our flladsina New York,
r- direct frm the mperter. at the lowest whoelele pr(o, and
It. retail them to our cee: e a a veUy small proUL
We guarartee all we sell o be jst as repreated, and4
WARPANT them to give etire etlfactio, io ret urn the
* mosy at any time; and wben sOnt to the nlaterlor, ntd are set
stisfatory, to pay all expense of traspelaatle
IWe can ave to customec bout me-herd the et of their
J. W. PLATT & CO.,
re Dealers In Fine Family Oraeceses, Wina. fis. se.,
e I"! Camp stret. cn Podrn..
it W. R. euusn r k De,
, WBOLEBALE AND RETAIL GRBOCERS,
S amd It camp easmes,
Take this opportnlty of Informing tMheir foed sad the pu L
eic that they have now a ee ud adare dolly roceviig a ler He
nd che toimnck t
TEAS. COFPeBS WINEs. LIQUoRS, ALES ld
PORR u it eyr a o i as tg e Lowest Markot
Ie fea ear Bare waeenm .
IkW MESS MAOKERrL,B
In e and uarter nals, Per men by -
W H. HENNING A CO.,
We. Oi . .,madig ,.se I
*s TI~imN AT, Ss_
PisF ame oi at
CAMP STIiET FEMALE IIHAM MYLEM.
a ar. ." asL as w. aU .Ss
Mr. 11 1. Ogde ]ge J. LesS,
Mi. A. AdemdJ ML M. A. Feb,
aIs lay L ee , ase waresm save, r.,
Nm. Dr. Bees, e,. a aMoeey,
aNL cahelr U mi a a. N. 4 aIer..
Nan W 8. pia. N R m A. K"ap.
NMr.a A e. wq , aL e ae,
Na. Cba A. amw. Mrs. TY Sems,
M T, ism oe as., Mna. . erlesr.
Mrs . w W. Meae.. Nm.a Jih alson,
Mrs. Ded eod Ma. Dr. Whars,
Mrs. Mna Tea al. Mrs. W. N. Owes,
raber ms J. Whebaesar, s. aI. N akea
Sra. R P. I tmm. M.. W. K. Namsct
C . J. T. eeiw MN r. 9 iL
e by Mre J .DBeiag m~,sabble,
.1,d Ma Wa. Agae, aIL w. La. 1e
The CemmMeS Areaigmet.r
mIln, Jams Mecdem, Seq, Jeae C.lbed., seo.,
S J. O. xi.ea. sq, C. Giaed. aq ,
Charus hsals Etq., Jedaph slieu, Nsq.
rhite C. MXcandJ, Es, Jea 0. Res ao
and ememensee or mesoese1.
dory Mr. Jo a Witbhmsee, Mr. . F. Jels,
t N. L Jamse Mr. Joha P. Buett,
Mr . Fmnr, Mr. W. Huger,
08 r. J. y. aowuny, Mr J. Akela-,
Mr Mr. O. Iylh, rs. W. Krmabbar,
Dr W. O. MNiebachl, Mr edward O'Bried,
Mr. Edward Tob, Mr. Richars 0n. Dead,
MN J. G. Clark., Mr. N. .Ogi.
S,] The tasament wt eeamit of
the A OBRASD CCast.
,ad Given by one bhndre and Siy amsteors ledle ad geutl.
row men, who have kindly volteered their services, acop
tle aled by the
OROCHESTRA OF THr FRMNOH OPERA,
rash who, In addition to a snumbea lseet ples ( m-le, os-.
DLsh sting of solos, duets aud epruie overtures, will execate
The r.seed Va S- a o the PowerotSf*e
SCHILLER'S LAY OF THE BELL,
A SERIES OF STATUESQUE GROUPINGS
. by sad mader tha dtrsetim t the
TICKETS Or ADMIISION, ORN DOLLA.
Stde t r opertyt OwserI
sy- CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
It Is proposed to orgaalse the Praepety Owners o the City
at New Orlcuas tate n A seslstle with a view of se.,u.ri
their oombl a d disted sae be may quesstes which can
Ma, mseet this great lterset, whsmbr It be to mse the d.a-t
-mot of laws, the adptica of eassemary lprerese·s, the
4 enceu'agemst of program, or to rstal tlaper lgisla.
tine. whthe Bast e muipal, ead to eem an eqaltebln
system of tanatim sad the properppl estls tsel s
The List, which Is already very numerauy iged by the
largest sad most rsemable property ewmaers ofelty, may
be feund, for the convenisc at al thes dIseadtosd s become
members, at the oIeof aMeeser . GIRARDET A CO.,
B. 17 zehsng Pls, between Csaual ad Cstmbehs
As esam s this List shall bws raeeived thb elgsatur of our
41 edIos pnrpeety helder, a public messing will be duly as.
Suamerd fer speedy ergasato.
Iag the nflame. which aeh eas ameliteo is epble oef s
sempleblag er tlhe lhmpvement and emb.lsmet of ear
ar sreat city, ad the luaed eefort of as tahabi.t are
of a obvious and apparent, that It is hoped amt a sagle property
owner will withhold his eseoperatie
ad 147 149 ... CANAL STREET.... 147 AI 149
ry Will Open his utire
he NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS
eT, O - A ,
In consection with his
raNcY boaoe mTAIESUUaiMsNT.
THE ST. JAMIOS HOTEL SALOON,
-Ix COxNINIOW WITS
THE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,
COraer of Natekes dem Magedame trea.et.,
Where the Chelcat of WINES. LIQUORS and.CIGAlU
will be kept omoetatly a haut
IPLENDID LUGOE EVIRY DAY.
Pew Fall BStock of COYBIiO ad FUgIsa/NG
0O0)D8 uow reedy. A empiats eMeertmtr for Ne. mad
GARTBHWAITE, LEWIS & STUART
31 oand PS Camp streest. and 71 ain strt. MempDhal Ta.
FOR IRON PIPE AND FITTING( FOR SBIAM,
WATER AND GAL
We ha eefrved a full supply of PIPE ad PFITTGs,
bosh Plan ad Oalvraid, mad shll #tiau to sell at mea
We have abo a good supply of PHILF HADWARE,
8HEET. BOILER, BAR ad ROD IRON. RUBBis
H1OSR. PACKING, 8HEET LEAD. LEAD PIPE. and ll D
htind of lRAILROAD, BTEAMBSOAT and MBCHANIC'
BUPPLI which we will sell am al ean· hyro ~she
BOSTICK & 8EYKOUR,
Gornar of Commou mad Pultem ,treats.
-............,,arp3 o I-- ..m....,
....a 1 e p sm _ WiDwOW A4 t
ulme Covers' runblCis-.ihse. th e aIs*
At the Opessey
OF THE FAIL TRADE
Puople will do well lo remember McLAUGBLIN'S GABDEN
DIaTRlcr GILDIIu EKTABLI4B MENT, M Nagale
street, near the corner of F ln RegIdldg and Resilvhrig
promptly attended to. Sqase and Oval Pictures mad PeMt e
Frames made at short ootic. Postoee box 183. ar
.f4 Trasd DeusepIcrd Barrbe e
AND MAS MEETI[NO
-WsIL GcI 11x
THE HANCOCK CLUB OF ST. CHARLES PARISH,
OM SUNJAY, TEE 1ITE ISTANrT. ,
Oen. JA. 8IBEDNAM, A.L SAMOLAC. eU _U
RAN? DAor~T. Tas. P".EIESIUtBaE Demsrai;
He. IICBAEL DAra, WIrInsPU. ELDoIN,
sTraEB, ad ether RqpaIS ad Dmswl esema,
M addrNs the pso lab A JOIN? DIcUaUOM asm Is
Err veedw, Ne Tak,
lM leto 4b a W lgmdp a L .m
Wmuasm, eoer ea as eof aeasem, hiends
dfet at sM eM 4 dd S Upemb A. 3 »L a440
eiamd lst met Ohsr Osesa eme bsed. meus
ears de ndle v e bed TUESDAT. thiled ayr a
m, Deseabur. A. I. N he.
51 eih elMdhened Vife eirSdd t 141 Usid
lMed as Ir lremetfsbes o ena, easn to ias
Mstea d t Msad Osmowesies Ditat esepesedet an
tra oaesmet li tera Slt Odeam the i h of
the Mgleoi d e a d t ee ma sad elh a e tolef t
beah sair 4 er an Is be, w eandee at ofGsa ed, in ter
m4t, lae Simas =ampeaoss Pe bseta, 1th, nStu,
seems, al5wh ad Nsta aspreanve D1rteas at as
ofe tOrleman mad M. Pulbse. e Pmsm q.Isq.
mines, I atm. . Wmb sltem , H elea mad Laving
ae heemr1 I aae limnd al ler el rl6 astd ON
lhmeasneahe tm anamed timne edem voaed by the
deLmad I. Je Ma , t sH e er a the 0welr term,
D, t.e as Memd O1resiema1 Uatesu, csmped of
ma tht poea otf pa sIof O neam n le e4 beat St
MIel~~el shlr amo and we1 of Onl stlet, ra they
or sma ode ( em amagnie a , seead. Third adt
T n- f s T deaditsite peait 51 Orlesa, nd
the pelshn of Jebrem. N Cherles, l Jon thea Bept.S,
I lmee, seltheahe ad Tnbeamse.
ome Water luer theild oaster Ditrels, eoeseesd of
the pselha ofl , MLary, YNerta .Ae ~ee. saisemles,
Vermsd dm, lanes., lyee.l 3 ISmdry, Rhew as~ Es
isie.s. las Its oa Esea woL aes zams
C am Dtr h.t ahe r anrt eetwa si&.k =mespmd
Sthe perishes or Wes l PeItea, Pelot Oseeo Aveyews.
apMSM labs, Het hes. a Be, Odele., eand. ame
One Restel em ase 'lab Wejerls Dtiste espemped of
the perb hesf ist lre Mavia. Jaes , Uslea, MEoe
-m Ceast OmI l M Mdei m hMlo s
Tems, Oetbe4t sd eOedsi; ed two RssesI Lf t
Owe at ba gf.
The Per l will be ead tea Belesma Fe I to lte
aM Pabbe Or bes hesm Mte hew at eigh *eleek A. 1u
far o'lok . a the day and duse adhme man desd,
to-wi: TUESDAT, TEa T188 DAY 09 oVTallaa,
A. . M., he the Pepaes of nsealeg she voles c the
qusIed v.eers t tbe Pual O* a ms mder as esper.
wi. of the Ceamas.eren ad soerli to be apeLited by
the eatoresi delmaIted by Iow. The ttsi to be auo
duted and returns made to the amndersignetad rerlag lear
r, accrding to lw.
erfl 'a Ooe, Parlh t (elsam, sew Orlesas, Ostber
THO8. I. MAX WLL,
Sberti Parl, of Or(MeWe
The .'ewr Orleans
mý. ELEVATOR AND WAREHOUSE
, Was orgalsed a the 1th Inst. by the eletion of the follow
hag Dlreetos.: L. J. Bfaby, Je H. Oliesby, James T.
Tethker, . A. Stoekda'o, Lea H gy, and the seard of
Dhes elected L J. .IGT President, sad LEB. HIGIt
On the se day the Directors resolved to keep the Steek
Book open atIe Odoe l J. 0 OL00,EBY CO., aI 71
Tmpales stre, and at ktaesofe JAL T. TUCKER
Na Creoadsle sterust and at the Ofes of the S atsor,
for furthber sabseeript to build the Elevabr to double It
All thea who have moey to laves 4t a pytag isItatlesm
the owes a debtM, ad can divide Its eMnrge quarterly to
stockhoders, we vtlut to call at the of the above ples,
and get any information eonceralag th alfars of said Corm.
posy; also for rates of Storag
Coty a Card.
isNW Ooass, et 14. 1I8.
L .1. CODET, o. Toulem street, herev sertll that
I purchased Clam W% of KENTUCKT STATE LOT
TEr, yt Mes.rs Fermadese T lls, OesBalf Tiekt-r
No . . SI-whlob Tiket drew the Capito Priso of
2 l0, and that I recelved this do', from Ch T. Howud,
the mesb y p4yment for said Prime by cheek a Ptes, La
pes A Benrtam.
J. CODE T.
NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
a N" 'lo, Do Mayo,"
A WmdeMl Fleve.
the tha ....o"r p enor nesy ..t.ol pa bah..
tes pwt me " lsr to the r. DE LAO. 7n. .d
1sect I remplute wtiet bFmetly Oert . As rr
- sd to dresierd PtamB O DiAYAo eI
endtry orde sale by elDrum d opay Dede alms Io
I. . BERRY o Ce.,
-DEALZU II- S
Goods delvered IermCa D·ArAG o
Con M order sltd and pe pe siaed toe
I Just Opeaaed 0
A NEWI PHOTOGRAPH mGALLERY,
Coiweo Un.geetme sad IS. LAdrew barewe,
POvECEL'IN MiOTUEM, a
And ael week gruarsated equal to am ds I the ity.
- 0a andea ear SpelmeaA
l taorof o.. J OIT. a Opra r
NUIs d At E A 0Celau T wrON
is hearst JerYOls, Natali -U
I.slsrepe U aret.n . Ol S,
or A oKt. 0. CO., -
C a. D em. sd aDl Oir
S1 w. DIo. fceoLa, Dm.e d as.
1o os aL of AID ,asD oE oMetLe Ie d day TL a
M cTIURAuEII F AVOCI NIGAR
Ouuhe fetIOA/nea es samed g uss atesd wed e B d 01
eI HeAt Mhe the Adseeret maiseed Amae. a b
Ne. 1 IdN.e V as osy
IMP. ORTETR ~O 1UICK rEAF TOIGf 1
humes tIE tme Amteeeteamed s thims w
o mere o f e A ses i ti s y -sto t w e t eer : r
SaLL r~OFITB I DWICRIM · B I
n osen e oft the Ameesaions hate mNo 1e o aoI I
sot reaet ad owr , where to otpe e d she ree is rietl
G rro ree ealtrag, b
MANa UFACTb U R IF HVAN CIGARS bet
as~r mw'r or re,~b~d m em
iPENONOesAPY aI tlbs Sal of wr-b1i" by meret
o ejo wab apeeas.. isunee, m.mas. dIabe., agofr easrnea
pmm aemlasls.e, ha, we wed Ar weed. Is b of
i -m odvestao la am" ot eeli' oae, bte" lt rwtrahr P
rat o alO Lo peeeslam.l >pa havw e low. saierd
a.lae tlmad tbamae.lm aseslug by Ie.Ital apartlag, set totes
sb o fnd it mens pstab l thk ua r ebsm paeemite. Is
awad, an .aR may of iathagwme, t bes is a Sgrt sad
r as laeag demand bhytlh Phse, bty seas tf Lw ads Lesle
o Iat lvo Morn bre S.less at be who pralses SI Thbb
oa. IePeataio it usanaly Inr ib to 5s psi day.
On Ostetb 15th, Ime WE piebe ted sd ealh snmbs ot
eme a Pidlaed lobl bned at ls ateIne.- - Amelem Pbe.
Sb se.5i s b st dbs e huiswas the Art of Pb..
is agrh (PhaoeNs Miehmad) ee Sbe.berwill enuila a
d Of series of less.. is lbs some parint, eaplassey of as eye.
tnmdof sd o bthe ca weCh w rt e am laltri.ded In tea
1 oly past Aw yeoam, sad whteb eke aperlaseme oa tl beut sapers.
ae bas provod ase wstly o adepeses, snd wb ab lead I.
Smake I mo stP .laiol samw at sqte. These wll
11. al a theb Inslras ae asu ataro seqMn the art.
TYe esplsantoy peIt wi be aamapealed by aread
Sof fllnStro. IAthegp bhd to Sb beat osyle. Each aembek
dwill ale. esoseis a mambse ofa o Idtlbgapobed PFobo
s aphy, oeatlating o minea.absem rmallg miatr,wlale
kby t tle eemmt a plr
-es Spebab, essr ase.. phemgpbtsy .p-end, will so.
4M easionally heo hlbIs gpbfi a ern r rsel r m ip, how.
to" lag the asos sely med t awrbasios peees. TYe Oral Sve
san bs will be ssed eaal-moaaty.vi.: Oelebar 1th, No.
ad d sebar let Wad 15th, Dees.bor lts ad 1bt. Fro. Janary
tao Isl. 1* the Esdgsle wtlI be taed wely..
t Fur orthe Phlt . l mbe.......................... 00
hisgler opln....................... u
i * CamanalUaios ad absersiptlnras shld be addressed to
r b ts " Phamepqphle Magoals." N Camp ftee, Fw Or.
sd, loans, La
, . C. MANLY,
%bo J. 0. NIXON. JL,
tpr-y1 yProp. Ieters,
o- Ole Dsra r eqrstratont,
obr STATE *F LOUISIANA.
o Oles., Nep, 3.1 818.
PARISH OF ORLEANS,
WILL IN OPENED ON
Y AT THB POLLOWINo PLAONE:
T71 as strerol, orno of Lamnaelosa. Saprvisosr-G. P.
11 IIOUGHTON, WE. McCUBRI,. J. . ELL EUE.
I eesme Ward.
?rlit Walk. a of amse siw Lt. Snpwleao e
Ia SETH W. LEWI8. J. C. I·ESHAW, . IFrO4so
r Tto51 Ward (Prera.)
to N We. 115 IS Cbris ens, sar ydrus ,or Sal who rwda
Irt of tampers ame. oSupoore.e-JUIAUd A. NOUIu.
RSHO. LAreBUTS, CEA. OCHVALIrE
ThIrd Ward (Reear,)
NI 10 Liberty asiesl, sear Pssa4do, fo en who elside
We~t of l eemusr Eamapr tm Seuear.leor.-JAM X
NEWTON, MAARIN& Da ,. P. ENATIaO.
bat Veerth Ward.
IT- Coram otf C. sad Tre tr este ~apervlesrI-.
a- HAMHOE0, JoaHN EuALED, THao. EMARIn.
61 No. ISP Siargady sost. between To olome sad Si. Pake
tsetrs Saesvleors-A. ROUOGLOT, L A. SNARE, I,
- Path Ward.
sBeesay Hall, Urnsllai strie, botweo MEsra ad VuI.
lo. Sapaevr - ALIDO LAWIS, A. L TOUEQ.
Frmobma MAsti, bhotws Lve. sod Charttes. fps.
v --or.As .OLD EHseONEU. , W. a. aUEIIa, E.
hlb J. BaEa ULL.
ad- MSghtb Ward.
No ant Vletaryaust, b.saeea lrynlas Fields and Eartgy.
*'a Saperrrear-JOHN &cWUtiAtRf, MEN hULTA
No. 10 mroae ILbonvt A between Msstd Egt an
pa hpe.rRiO-WEK. 0. OINSILLA, .JOHN MPUNT., J.
_J. 50 . s1.
EI Owrra y Ear llTh" pshd Io5. t.. *OeNs. .ow.
.bss-WILLIAM BURVOIRIb G. P EMITAS E.a
leelaish Wa r.
Noh agestn will betwp evll th fro sar ig. h. to re
Superen to S RBRT OB, Sd,. D. uI P8lOb . e a Jo
e R Wted Perk. alders
roklys e-r.m rty , Thia. JOSON. 0 tret. .
SWESET W.nd-I ThalLa Jua FoRAI.
All the above aF pu.aroae requd to trat
of oPeu ha dlb ly, or oWtia rwrllm C aoald IL a is.
Th.ee War f wil om d ly from S . S L to Ii s. d
.It P. ram, aLday excepted, UnA the epid y es.
Por the ltbstces oftisps:lhe it a b oadasr o the d'I.
Tlt Ward-Prom Rplielty to faly stinre.
bened Wad-reFr Tells o JFels streL a
Thid Ward-Pem Jai to sI street
TFoth Ward-lrm LPalrl t I Phvot trert.
Elreelh Ward-From FLrst P o toplemede str eS
Seve t Wrd---rom Espo la tdIoT ls a (nld stee
Roshib Aaasat Elplu Fe to steily.)
My ads atlobs Board of Ro'istratuo.
OIr JoL Olce.
TEB CRESCENT B 'PREPARED TO DO
-Aad esi the
MO8'P RIASONABLE 'IE"IMS;
-All 0Clie o
COMMERCI;L AND STAMbjbAT PRiNIING,
LAWYrEs' BsIEP, CAI;OgUn., OTER, UESc
La Cnaersrla with anO
LIT1IO(iIAp I OFFI(;.,
asspamid by ory It hmole1i whIh le eqito t. any work
whleb may be iv it by the pem and b insde of iO
Baseses oal the Eye.
3r JULIUS BOMSBESOE Sate Auststant Ii Dr. Sb
Pesh OoLL0.5?, 10 c:nal srsi, New Orieano ObSe
home rem II Io loet .1 'a I Dseasee of tie E4
Sertdeys, from t *o clboo. 'bydlring ad Medleal Ste.
dIaseea Intted to atteo the 'rnle, DemAnogtatoes rt
lbs Opbelmoaspg, ert. Peer patbusi w Il t realed .4
mid as fre of haorre
Cu .4 Pam Glemwari : F~ric OCwa, Plin and i
Danad TeaSo s'a; 3 , Chia4 Plata said Fasa
_iM'L E MOOn1t & CO.
TO ALL PERI S WIS AREt REFUSED REGISTRATION.
Sesatary Dasso ·te.. Cameral Commlles.
We d as iness ho lb nl ate LANDED PRO
PIE , as.,a see bar aS ales. sloess and L.
LIVLEGSTOE, KOERTON b CO.,
*r * dabor 5rm, New TesS,