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SUNDAY MORNIGO, OCTOBER 25. 1888, D
Democratic National Ticket. era
FOR PRESIDENT: Fe:
IHORA'rlO BECYMOUR, the
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Fon VICS PasIIDEnT:
'JL.ANK P. BLAIR an
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w.DUANT DAPOET ...................... .... J. ELLIA
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Third .. .........CLAEIINC WARD. Ga
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First Ceopensonal District ......... L THOMPON. IMr
seoaed .. ........J. KE AR . alu
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Fifth ... . . . .. J. . Ba OilA. Re
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Firt Dmtr........................L.OUIt BT. TMARTIN.
Beaes .. ............ .. CALEB...... .. a UNT. spl
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Ferth .. ............. IAIL....... MICHAL T AN.
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PEMSIDNzr Joo nsox.-The Democratic heart vot
of the country will be thrilled with pro- Ufa
found emotion by the publication of Pree- sio
ident Johnson's communication to Governor thi
Seymour. At such a period in the history the
of the party, and in the progress of the cam- Lp
paign, the President's noble utterances not bet
only inspire the Demooracy with renewed hol
hope, but win for their great author a del
measure of admiration and of oonfidence pet
which place him in the foremast rank of in
the eminent men to whom they look as for
leaders and instructors. President Johnson rev
speaks with no uncertain tongue. He pro- Bri
claims an undeviating hostility to the des- De
potic policy and the nefarious schemes of the the
Republican party, and encourages the Demo- the
cratic candidate with words which ought Yo
to nerve him with redoubled energy for the wa
confliot It is to be hoped that the Presi- ish
dent's hopes will be fulfilled, and that Gov. an,
Seymour will succeed in arousing the people La
of the Northern States to a sense of the perils 18i
by which they pre menaced at the hands of a De
corrupt and ~rannical party. ca
I)DTCATr N. -A grand regalia and fancy De
dress ball will be given Tuesday evening, 10th
proximo, in honor of the dedication of new
Odd Fellows' Hall, opposite Lafayette Square. o
The building is a beautiful structure, macsive
and stately, hke the organization of which it bi
is one of the temples ; and the festival will be ca
equal in magnificence to the order. gel
Yorto Mra's CaTHOLICc LUOI AND LisBRsY of
Associatow.-We thank this excellent aseocia- en
tiea for the kind invitation sent us through the Be
secretary, James Kirkpatrick. Eaq., to attend a of
free lecture to be given to-morrow evening in St. Ca
Alphonsus Hall, on St. Andrew street, near Mt- at
asine. The lecture will be delivered by that
noble and accomplibshed prelate, Father Cornelius na
Moynihan. The bare announcement will fill the all
OLD AND PI ra.-Mesers. A. C. Pieroont & Co., a
wholosle grocers and dealers in Western pro- b
duce, 15 New levee and 13 Fblton street, have
favored us with a demijohn of the finest old peach cli
brandy-ever brought to this city. It ls absolute fot
nectar. In thanking Messrs. Pierpont & Ce. we TI
cannot overlook the opportunity to state that our at
excellent, able and genial friend and former co- pr
laborer in the CaerscT, Colonel Dan. E. B~ruggs, th
is now conected with the firm, anadhismany to
friends will find him as oblihgtng and kindly as o
when they seed to see him in our counting room.
Oar resorter rdquests us to add a grateful word
for the bottle of juicy old rye wrich recently
found its way to his desk. di
Thanks to the gentlemen composing the
Deutsche Company for complimentary ticets to o
their promenade concert, next Saturday eveoioq,
at their magnificent ball, corner Bienville and Es.
change Alley. o
The PeninSular and Oriental Steam Navigati>n
Company own 76 steamers, with an aggregate ton
nage of 112 715 tons.
iold closed at New York yesterday at 1314. c
DnaMz.--The name of Mr. Duhamel is sy
nonymoas with optics. He has spectacles to suit
all ages and all sorts of eyes. Mr. Dshamel is a
sientife optician, and attends, personally, to all
cases brought to b notice. He is not only f
a learned and scientific man in his profession,
but an inventor. He huas a great many improve- ci
mearts and Inventions of his own, amongst which o
a a double focus wherewith to see both far and B
near. Mr. Duhamel has glasses of all sorts, se- g
leeted by himself, one variety of them of pure
cins in America-the science of optics in h is
speciality. These suffering from opthalmi, near
slghtedness, or any other affection of the eye, c
ought to consua!t him. The clock the CscsCKT o
bought of Duhamel a year ago keeps very bad v
time-he attempted to regulate it, but it was re
bellious, and goes worse now than ever.
To tna C(l.oRnD Yours.--lt behowv n every
colored voter at the present crisis to ti',k well
before be casts his vote for the Radical cand;- I
dates. Let the colored voter remember that the
election of the Badical candidates this fall is the
aim which the BRadicals have had in view for the
lst three years, sad for which they have been pr~
uing all that time. It was to soreo that resoult
tbat all their measures with regard ti the colored
voters have been coneooted. For this the freed. 1
men's bureau wars costituated and rations Isued
to the colored people. For this. they lavished
promises of confiscation, and pretended thatevery
colored man should have a mule and forty aeresl of
lad. If Grant should be elected all thefat offes
will be secured by the crapet-bag Radicals and
they will have no further use for colored voterr.
Then what is to become of the cclored psople ?
The Radicals have no power to aid them, bReause
it is the SBouthern people who bhre the Lads uand
have the power to give the colored people work
and bread. Itie. then, the duty of every colored
voter to vote the Democratic ticket and make
friends of the men who can help them. If Grant
is elected all the colored men will be left to
starve--[ Alex. Democrat.
General Grant, when a lieutenant it the army
and stationed at Detroit, prosecuted Zecharisah
Chandler, one of the Radical United States sens
tors from Michigan, for set remorving the ice from
his sidewalt, and the senator put Ina a plea that
there was no lee on the sidewalk, but that the
plantiff In the ase was not sober enoeh to stand
ep. Fact.-[lnditapolls entinel.
A western editor recently married one of his
compositors, another acting us brdl.maid, the
ooiatlag eierglyman beig a retired printer, the
local editorei ting the bride away.
m Ta IT M PIM
The history of the State of New York af- We
fords a curious illusration of the mutations nunml
of paties nd politis in this contry. The city,
two parties which now contend with each the c
other have existed, under one name or another, they
from the time of the adoption of the Constitn- with
tion down to the present moment; and both other
of these parties have, generally, been divided readi
into factions whose rivalries and conflicts that I
have, at times, been more bitter than the con- prop
tests between the two great organizations. youn
During the discussions on the Constitution of impe
1789 New York was inclined to be anti-Fed- comr
eral, or, what is now known as Democratic. make
George Clinton was at the head of the anti- form,
Federal party, and Alexander Hamilton was lectir
the leader of the Federalists who, likewise, erate
counted among their adherents the Van Ren- whicr
selers, the Schnylers, and other powerful of yc
families. Finally, the Federalists prevailed, not
and New York came into the Union as a they
Federal State. At this time Aaron Burr be- publi
came the Republican (or Democratic) leader. the C
In 18C0 Jefferson was the Democratic candi- vite a
date for President and Burr for Vice President the I
against Adams and Pinkerton. The electors in plate
New York were chosen by the Legislature, and for it
Burr formed a ticket in New York city on which y. a
were placed the names of Gov. Clinton, Gen.
Gates and Edward Livingston. This ticket Tb
was elected. It decided the complexion of ,
the Legislature and secured the election of with
Mr. Jefferson. Its success, nevertheless, arch
gave rise to the etraordioary struggl be- t i
tween Jefferson and Burr, in the House of port
Representati7es, which led to a change in the suki
Constitution as to the manner of voting for thu
Presidentand Vice-President. Then arose a to
split in the Democratic party among the encii
friends of Clinton, Burr and Livingston, psniz
which continued for twelve years. The Clin- it a
tonians gained the ascendancy and cast the the
vote of the State for George Clinton, against have
Madison in 1812. After that time the divi- . .
sions were of a local nature, until 182G, when vited
the anti-Masonic movement entirely changed Irip
the geographical relations of the two parties. fron
Up to that time the Democratic strength had ta
been in the West, and the Federal strong- day c
holds were in the East. Morgan was a resi- It
dent of the West, and his mysterious disap- the
pearance created an unparalleled excitement poset
in that portion of the State, and led to the asses
formation of the anti-Masonic party, which h, at
revolutionized New York beyond Cayuga and
Bridge and placed it in opposition to the a ai
Democratic party. From that day to this while
the Democrats have never recovered that
their ground in Western New ench.
York. But the effect in the East cone
was just the reverse. Thousands of Federal- ait
iste were driven into the Democratic party, We
and the region from Long Island to Cayuga Row'
Lake became the Democratic stronghold. In Tuck
t 1842 another disunion took place in the L le,
Democratic party, on the question of the Co
canal enlargement and the State fu inces. to tb
Silas Wright, Michael Hoffman, and other deale
Democratic leaders were in favor of a direct His a
tax to pay off the State debt, and they were lic w
opposed by another section who desired to befor
prosecute the canal enlargement. The are t
Wright section were stigmatized as Barn
burners, because one of their leaders had de
clared that he would burn down the barn to At
get rid of the rats ; and they applied the term Rev.
of Old Hunkers to their opponents, as a refer- Xon
ence to their supposed conservatism. The sr*
Barnburners were in favor of the reno:uination At I
of Mr. Van Buren, and when, in 1848, Gen.
Case was nominated, they called a convention
at Buffalo and formally seceded from the
national organization. They succeeded in ,,d:
almost exactly dividing the Democratic vote "li
of the State, and thus threw it into the hands Ler,
of the opposition. At this time the Barnburners A
assumed the distinctive name of Free Sailers, betr
because they adopted the Wilmot Proviso ex- "
h cluding slavery from the territories, as the .,
e foundation of their national policy. C
a The division was partially healed in 1819-50, HE
r at which time Horatio Seymour made himself qua"
'- prominenut as a contriver of the re-union of of t
, the party. A portion of the Hunkers refused ax'
y to go into the arrangement, and, from their on
obstinacy or firmness, got the name of A,
" Hards." whilst the others, who afflliliated with ,ear
the Brnburners, were called "Softs." This
division lasted till 1856, and led to double De- test
mocratic delegations in the conventions of
S18,52 and 1856. In 1852 the two sections united
on Pierce, and in 185t6 on Buchanan. They i,
carried the State for Pierce, but lost it in 1836, ,o,
on account of a second and permanent seces
sion of the Free Soil element, arising out of the tet
Kansas Nebraska controversy. This seces
sion not only vastly strengthened the opposi- a
tion, or Republican party, as it then, and still hi,
calls itself, in the West, but wrenched all the g
Northern counties and the whole Southern :
Stier from the Democracy, thus throwing the an
it latter back on the line of the Hudson river. e
The extent of this revolution may be estimated
from the fact that St. Lawrence, once a strong
, Democratic county, now gives 7000 Republi
e- cau majority. The old Democratic counties
Sof Jeffterson, Oneida, Herkimer, Seuoen, I
4 Broome, Chenango, and Delaware, now
Sgo Republican by majorities varying from
S1000 to 3000. But, in the mean time. the
Sgreat Democratic element in the East had ro
Sassumed proportions that enabled it tirst to a
, compete with, and finally to preponderate ft
at over the Republican part of the State. This tl
ad was due to the rapid increase of the cities of P
re- New YoTrk and Brooklyn. New York city, for
instance, gave Van Buren only 1000 majority -
in 1840. It gave McClellan 37,000 )in 10lt,
eI and went Democratic last year by 6)0,0,0.
d;- Brooklyn, which, twenty years ago. scarce ly i
counted in the vote of the State, last year
be gave 15,000 Democratic majority. From
e- Long Island to Albany, every county, except
SDuchees, is Democratic; but west of Al
d- bany there are only about half a dozen Dem
ed ocratic counties-say, Oteego, Schoharie,
ry Montgomery, Seneca, Cheming, Hamiltoi
of and Erie. In place of going to Cayuga
Bridge with 20,000 majority, the De nocra's ,
e ought now to go to Albany with 1(00 00)0, and as
c this will be, at least Seymour's majority.
nd West of Albany, last year, the Repubicans ig
T had 37,000 majority. It is simply impossible
e this year, for them to gain enough to offset
at the immense Democratic preponderance in
the South and East. The great cities h:ve
Anally gained control, and will, at last as B
Sfar as the State of New York is concerned,
lmsuppress the fanatical intolerance of thd rural
oU district. no
nWe tLak the Ladies' Sooty of the Epicopal
Chuarch of the Asaualatios, through Mi.r K. C.
Brown, secretary, for compltmentary tickets to
their parlor concert and tableaux. Friday eveniig
Ieaxt, at Eagle Hall, corner Felicity ad Prytania
streets. The performance commencees at 7.
law 1iW W LI IAZT.
We publish below an address, signed by a
number of well known young men of this
city, sl which they set forth the objects of e
the organization of the association which
they represent. It seems that, beholding
with pain the great need of the clerks and I
other employde of New Orleans of cheap and
readily accessible literature, and confident
that there is enough material in the city, if
properly.managed, to supply the want, some
young men, animated with a desire for public
improvement which cannot be too highly
commended, shd inspired by the wish to
make both themselves and others wiser, have t
formed an'association for the purpose of col
lecting a library which will be open, at a mod
erate subscription, to all our citizens, but
which is designed principally for the benefit
of young men whose more limited means will
not permit their purchase of such books as
they may desire to read. They have called a
public meeting for next Tuesday evening at
the Constitution club room, and cordially in- A
vite all citizens to be present that they may hear
the plans of the association and judge of its
plausibility. But the address will best speak
for itself. Here it is :
Y. I. d. L. A. to the Ctlmeze of hew Ors
The want of sn institution here similar to the 3
Meresntile Library Associations of other cities has
long been seriously felt, and, to one conversant
with the benefits and pleasures derivative from
acch organizations, properly conducted. It is a
matter of as alittle srpr that oear eity dee not -
at this time posses a lbrary receiving the sup
port of the public. The gpod results to low from
such an association admit of no argument, and,
lookitg to the establishment thereof, is the inteo.
tiLn of a few who take this method of appealing E
to the public to unite with them and mate the
undertaking successful by extending to it their
encouragement and support. That such an or.
ganization can be perfected on an enduring basts,
the success that has attended similar movements
in sister cities conclusively 'proves, and, to enlist
the co-operation of the public it is proposed to
have a meeting at the Constitution club room, 166
Canal street, on Tuesday 27th uint., at 74 o'clock
P. M., to which all favoring the movement are in. 5
vited to attend.
It is the intention to solicit memberships, sub.
scriptions of funds, donations of books, etc.,
from the citizens generally, aid from similar asso
ciations abroad and to obtain .a charter and have A
the orgasozation in practical operation by the first
day of January next.
It is to be hoped that each citizen will lend to a
the movement his every encouraiement and en
deavor, not only to he present himself at the pro. E
posed meeting, but to da all he can to make the
assemblage as numerous as possible by giving
notice of the same extensive circulation among
h s riends and employse. Properly organized
and managed, the Mercantile Library Association
of New Orleans must rapidly advance and ulti
mately become the pride of the community,
whilst no enterprise could probably be originated
that would so conduce to the interert and pleasure
of its members at so little individual expense to
each. Such an asaoclation must necessarily be.
come a favorite with the ladles, who now feel the
want of a proper and accessible repository of
litt rature. Soliciting your aid and co-operation,
We are. y, urs, respectfully, Samuel Mattllen,
Row'and H. Timpson, G. Taylor Webster, F. W.
Perkins, Jno. Greenfield, Gustave Pitot, James T.
Tucker, Wm. C, Cooke, Arthur Blache. Oscar K.
L) le, executive committee Y. M. M. L A. t
COAL. COAL, CoaL.-Our readers are directed
to the card of Mr. C. Tyler, wholesale and retail
dealer in Pittsburg, anthracite and cannel coal,
His supply is large and facilities great. The pub
lic will study their into·sets in giving bim a call
before laying :n their winter supply. His prices
are the lowest market rates, and all orders lett to
hs filling will meet with prompt attention.
At Trinity Church, on 7 hursday evening. 22d inst., by the
Rev. Dr D. S Lewis. t. 1. C. DAViS, Jr., o HELEN,
) olgest daugoter of the late Dr S. E. North, all of this city.
Sr( bile sad uashinteon, D. C.. papers please copy.
At the St. Lous C(athedral, on TLursiay, the "·M inbt , at
Ir a. Mr. FREDERICK HALL to M'lie ANli; de T.
On Saturtday eventl. at 11i, .'clock, EDWARD EOAN,
,ged7 years, a n.tivelt Ir nd.
lls friends aisd cqualritaces are requestd to a tend his
funeral at 3J, o'clcca r. a, from hs late reidence, Mo. 91
BALL FRANK BLAIR GUARDQ-The officese and merm
hers of this club are notified to asaemb a at hbrdquart*re at '
O'clock r M. in etisens dress, with badgers, to attend the
funeral of our late brother member ED WARD E? LN.
By order of M. LARDNER. Pres!dent.
C. FLsaerICa, ecretary.
BEADQUARTLRS SLYMOUR RSOUrtRONS-- EY
monr Southrns. y u are hereby ordered to assemble at Head.
quarters T:IS DAY. a 2 o'cloek r , to attend 'he funeal
[ of I.DWARD EAGO., inte member of the Senth L ,uisiana
Regiment and of iLe Frank laitr uasrdi
By orde:. M McI AMARA, Marshl.
On Suturday. October 17. l64, at fl teen min ates after 9
A i WI,.LIAM 0. WILLIAMS. ared 2 ears. a native of
4 hI and a res'dunt of t..L city for Ithe ist twen.ty l er
On Mondar Octtoer 19, at 6 o'ucek, r m. WIlLLI4M
BAY'rltl.N anative et ,rnlnad. asd lor ma.y yeaa a re,
C.eLt l h.s city
I1 d. o0 the orn'er of Erat.' ond lal\ r o strese. hr
bhl-g uon orer. nr \tI.,,day ,rr*.th tint , al . 5 , ii
OGLuE rId- .5 sol. I P C. C'arry and KaiUer,,ne tx. ased 1O
year. 5 mrnsb5 and 29 lays.
Pnatohed away suddenly, L In nihs aneled. an I his fetrtnree
distorted wtbh gry,). the death of aurene wa t n*o I+n
terr)tle fl iction that tun befll fond pareutn Ts afaulny
ere st,out to visit an o'd frIe·nd, and hod allowed Eugene to
Stert flrst tin order to hera'd their appre'a. in his yblu th.
f.I impltenea he would not wait fr the car, which overtook
him twooqu.are rom r h me. It In attmrti tester it, he
a s struck dewa b aother vehIce and alm.osti t sautlo
kil.ed. Engene Oarey was i'e ido' of his behalst-seten
p rents, towards whomr he was always affectionate and drcle
9 all that Snaw hIm I.ved him. or he ot ad a brilhas.t Intellect
ad a awet temper. H sachoolfelow and pl·aymates silcerely
lament hisr death, and his ·nl't , are lncono,,lable. He was
o'y ten years a.d a blIf oll. 'tnffar hltt cld eo ts,
utr orto me, fot otf ,,,th t o tte kin mr oa' heaven
"I 1. Ii lI I A N 1L 0 'T I N"
S EEAUTIFYINO THE SKIN AND COMPLEXION.
Tilnsa, FRE(IELEO. PIMPLR, MOTH MLOTCnH
) TA, ete, and reders te km 5 Soft. FaIr and Bloomisr.
For Ladlis In the Nursery it Is tnalunble. For (tntlemn
after harlIng it has no eqanL " Paphian Lotioa" is the
o ly rlehabe remed Lor diseases and bhemisnhe of the Skin.
PIALO'B " Paphian seap" for the Toilet. Nasesr ad
Bath will not Chap tha kiL.
Price s cents per Cake. Sald by all Drugrgist.
JIossey (a'rss Be Barted,
Y PARENTS SPARED MCH TIOUBLL AND ANNOY
A&BC BY BUIIrG TIIEIS
Ct CHILDREN' CLOTHING
110....... ..... sC. eats s t.tet 1.......... 10
The stoak is stillt mapete. sd with the wskly addItions
wtil. coutae to he sae hretofore, the LAU 1r, NEWsr
SAND CBIEAPBT 8',10 OF
S Teoshak, 3oa' mad Ch'Idren's Ctothtag
8 In this city, at LOW PrmIO3 FOR CASE
le B. T. WALBSHE,
t 110 Ca~tal, am t Chares t-st-t.
n Freh rttFrals.
s BOYS' AND YO tBHJ' CLOTHING.
We willi hae nes oday Aeraing. per steamer Cortes, a
afreth sssrtmas BOYi' CLOrfl. I, comp-islng-
nova' CABIMRM S JACOETs AND PANTS, s ton12.
COTs' sATTIURT ScBO L sUIITB S to s7.
teOUTBT 8 LN MIX D sUt!T
YOti Ha' SLACK C iLOt ,i L oRlT FBt)CK&
to Boys SbIrts. Drawer, Under-hirt. oeeks. Capandrs, ete
All ill be ofered law CaI. ad alminoe at
i PllKIN, PIERH oN A C,.'i,
15 ad IS Cuap stret.
>iýJMina.t so the Loddu...
rer thbe .ermdet er tohe Ladles, the adeo' gued has
epned a REAl.IL BBANCi e bfemeagmmea ea
187 1-3 Canal Street,
Where em be fbhm the oheiat aserimeawt of
DRESS AND CLOAK TRI MING3.
TO BB HAD IN THIS CITT.
A full asm rtent of Ladles'. Mie.s' sad Telesnt' HATS,
trimmed and a.ntrimed.
RLWaOUS. FLOWERS, FEATHRBa, ETC.
As this Steehk I REPLINISHED DAILY, by EWprees
and t*atmesr, from theoeat and Earape ,uoeomers may
depend ea rmlag t.1
VERY LATEST NOVELTIES,
VERY LOWiST PRICES,
At 157, Canal Sotreet.
One Door from Burguandy street.
Whelesale eouse........ M rgestatme Street,
Betwem Commona uad Gravoer sres.
Where MILLINERS and DREaS MAKERS e be fur
ntabed with VBERY ATICTl tsthe r line, and COUNTIY
MERCHlANTS esa sve their edere ld foter Ladies' Huts
and Bnnets Trwmins, Eta , e the meet fAerabie
27 MNwasme s*ret.
CfrultatSs Llbrary Deprtames t
ELLIS'S BOOK AND STATIONERY ESTAB.ISHMEN ,
NO. T OLD LEVEE S ERSET,
(rpposite the Peteoce )
List of New Weooe Reeteovd thIe Wele
AND PLACED IN LIBIART:
THE LIVES OF GEORGE AND ROBERT STEPHEN.
SOI-By eamrael hnuleo
MILDBED, a Novel-By Georgiens M CreIk.
THE BEABOALD PARIAH, a Hovel-sy George Mo
THE WHITE bCALPE~. an Indian htory-By Oursavs
SUN FOR THE MILLION.
SHE DOVE Ib TilE EAGLE'S NEST-By the nether
of the Heir of Bedcl ffe.
Full Bets of the Works of Cooper. Irlving. Scott, "Gilmore
Simms " Thackeasy, Dickens, Marryst. Bulwer, Pres -ott
now in the Lbra.y and ready for dubscrioern.
B All the New Books received Weekly.
Suhberiptieos recelved by year, half year, uart "r, mouth
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SEYM)UR SENTINELS,
Reveral Young Ladie, friende of the SEYMOUR SMEaW
ELS, beg their Acc41tance or the ase which will be
handed them with the note.
The Seymour entianelsa n ay be usu'ed that these Ladile'
best wishes as for their eees...
J. E., E. T., & L. D.
Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 1868
A CARD oF THANKS.
The PEYMOUR SISTINE LS desire to return to Misses J
EICBOLZP E. TAG and L. DROOe their hearty thanks
and acJknwledgmenta for the beautifhl foral tribute pre
s-uted the Club on Wedneesoy evenrag last at the Club
RDW. F. CHAUVIERE,
EXTRAORI INAItY I3ARGAINLA,
'l'WVo BIT CIJUNTER.
J. A. BRASELMAN & CO.,
186 and 58 Mgantae sareet, corn St. Andrew
.More . ew Goods.
We shaell ope by Monday's steamers more New Styles of
t'LOTHF ING. to which we invite the attention o our friends:
Fancy Caninmere Newmarket CUI t8.
bi k Mixed Caelsnere ..
r olored Cloth FROCKS.
Brown aud Blue Beaver OVERCOATS.
Black and Fancy Casetmere PANTS.
Gent'emen'r Underware, ties, ScarR, L'nes Collars aad
a Shirts f every variety.
Price. moderate and quality of Goods Warrantl.
PIFKIN, PIER.SON A CO.
Clotfhiugt iotA laSg ClotAfiear
M1EN'S FURNISHING GOODS
G. B. GENIN'S,
Na 14 Camp Street,
Under City Hotel.
Full I in of TRUNKS. VALIBSES, TRAVALING BAGS,
Shawle. Umbrellas, Walking Calaes, e etc.
PECTORAL BAL8AMIC SYRUP.
The ealy reliable Medleone armtuet all actios of the
SLungs L ad reemI, such at
SCOLDS. COU(;BHS ABTHMA. BROCSITIS, IN.
FLA IMMA1 ION OF TH THROAT, BPIITSIG OF
BLOOD, WHIOOVIOG GOUhH, and even
For sale at the Laboratory of the praooretor, n. 39 Chartre
atreet. And anso by E. Mntense; Whamlortk. Finley Co.,
I..I. Hart & Co : I rule Caeel; Manuell £ R,,gm.
A~t the Opeutsr
" OK '[HE FArLL TRADE
People will do well to remember McLAUGOBLIN'S GARDEN
DIaIRICF GILDING BSTABLIrHMENT, 01 Mgalrzine
street, near the corner of Ftrt RFgildmg and Reilvoering
prrnrptly attendid to. quanre and Oral Ptounres and Purtralt
Frames made at bshort ·ott!ee. Proteie box 183IS.
FOR IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS FOR STEAM.
WATER AND OA.
We have rneeved a f1ll supply of PTP ad PITINGOI,
both Flan and Galvani· ed, ard salt coutnme to mll at man
We have aso a goad supply of tHLF HARDWARE,.
811B1T, BOILER. BAR mad ROD IRON, RUBBER
HOSE. PACKIPIO . sBHRST LIEAD, .lAD PIPE. and all
kinds of R&ILROAD, STEAMBOAT mnd MCHIANIOS'
BUPPLI rwhtih we will eaUl am low mema ayh boas inthe
BOSTICK & SBEYMOUR,
Qorner of Common uad Fel Pte streeto.
* (o'rpet Brareneues
r .... ............HaRTarE sr Es........... n..
SIteO lRUO .te Odi Ie s O t ad IWar
.rueIE reM Id i0OI1 B O NDE s rI .
Imle -.1s ee e, e We d Dei . ..
;. FIVEI MILLIOND BOND BILL.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1868.
er Pade, in pmaphletPe or, at the Creeat oles. Priea
CLOUIBIO Gd Imed URIOIIO OjOlDs Ser MENImd
sryl J'ST IB,: lVID. Pie. cal med ese lee ee
SGARThWAITE. LiCWI9 & STUART,
31 med 1 Camp r, and E1 Matn gret, Beph TeIn.
' b only al W Ibq N·taumn o
IN TI' WORLD. b
_AMILIE , OTIELS
These MNachma net onm rs tehns-fourths of the labor
and soap, but garments U l lt twieo as long whOe washed o
Ia them. and look e so t whiter that whsm dome by R
head. All fabries, froma to a blanket, ea be washed
perfetly. wit coat eoeki rabblag or botn, ad a bey or
vtr can operate them. .r fmel they re invaluable. The b
elethes are washed. and rsmed. withot inhaling I
eteam, spinlis sepa, w es 5 pmtting the heads In water. The 8
wrtagr, although oa e tl part of the Maehbles Is cem
plate in itself It hase lvanisd iree frame. smld whe ,,
rubber rolls, cog-wheel d drtn beosed, M ea be atteehad
to say kind of waish t eack. barme er bm:, aintes ad AI
quicker thean .Sy other bsers and without othe leeM ary
tothoetub. IT ¢WhY RUSTI. end ev.r at et t e t
order, and lversally e eeded to be the ldT and MOeT d
IELIA .LS WRINGE 15 USEL ee the Card of Mr. t
Wusmmmeemr [ LAory P unso,
itovember il, lIde.
The undersigned table plessure In recommending the
JOlStRoN PATE~T ¶ASHING MAOHIN, perehased
from Messrs ice Sro A Co., 8 and 91 ,oamp sreet, oew
Orltear a as the me.t sfif one. eacempslohig all that iA
claimed for It. I have nrked Ilis Machine myself on trial,
and bhave teehe m r to t how te Oe It. who now wash
more clothes in one hour hea any tea women can scomp)ish
in four home GOl 5 UL'L IOM. S Landry Parish.
Patme a W aeb MI lne sd Cilohee Wrlasger. v
Ti osiy Real
WASHIIING MA1BII IN TiHE WORLD,
Is low In use throughoee the United statesu, Ir Engleud
and Germany. and i4 been theolrghly tested In heosptals.
convets, aoylums. ad fsamilies eeraly reeelving every
where the most anmtrlag prelse and commendation from
those who ee it.
RICB B*OS. & CO., Sole Agents,
8 and 91 COmp street, ear Peydras,
and MO Magelmie eteest.
meer Megedme Raeket.
Importerts ed Deale Is Hardware. al, Castings. Oame,
Careaters and 0ops'' Edge Tools, etc.
S aw OaLns.qS, Oct. S, 186. e
Paul Hlllter, Esq, of t Tiger C01ub:
Deer sir-I rerpLetfiy ask you to preoest me as a aeedl
date for mmbership t the Tiger C ab.
H·aing beam a umetr of the late body called the O erl
Assembly of the S~st!of Lmk e a d a lected by the as
ealied Repluban of o Pariah f Netch toeheb. I do hereby
abjure all couestletto wtt*t that corarpt and Inepoasible
party. I trust my reeord is that body b* bem oneservtlove
in marly the whole nmnber of Important matters that have
been brought before t. Forthe proofofths I referu to
the daily j ral of th House of IEprMentatIves.
I nw declare myoel for ka Y OUU and BLAIR, and ell
"PFWbit Ya'e " cndatees at the eodegs election.
W. V. MELVIN,
Represetejen from the Parish of Natebltoche.
PBONCORAPHFTe the system of writing by meamnso
which sp.eche. lentetmee, sermons, debates, legal eldence,,
exominastons, ea. re orsed word fr word. It Is of
great ds matage In y kind of busi eos, but It is pasricl. r y
uoeful to profemioallt 3n. Many'stodents have mnirldy sos.
tatled themselves at ollege by occasional reporting, and ftien
find it more proftab than their regular chosen profession. It
aferds an esey me of pnubsltence, and there Is a great and
Increesigr demand b the Prea. by lourts of Law and Leglo
latlve Dodlea for t servires of them who practice It. The
cmepenrstion is us ly fromL $L5 to SIt per day.
On October 1lth, 48. wll be peblished the first uember of
a Period cl to be d ted to the tateret of Amerin Phoo
nogrrpbs, and of ee wbho desire to tears tbhe Art of Ph*
aorsthr (Phometic hborthand) Each number will entola e
aerie of lemona in the commoao point. oxptasary o the ys
tom and of the res whwob have been ltntrod~aed is t i
pst few years, ad hhich the experiene of tbhe best report.
era hos proved ace porthy of adoptoon, nd wh.ch tend to
make it orr elmille and easy of a qulrlmentL Thse will
ental ltn l he Ilt cl. s noeuesuary to aeque the at.
The explanatory will he ceempemed by bhorthand
illustrtooe. Llthoilrpbed oIn the bet etyle. Labh member
wll alsJ conttn a tmbter of pa es of Ltthographd Phoaneo
graphy, consisting mI cllameoum readie matter, with a
key is the commo ht.
Speechee. sarmon etc., phemarephIemliy reperted. will o
raoteily t ito phedl from epater'e mameuaript, show.
lg the ec style ~ oIn verbatim repoetlg. The trt five
mszban wll he Nd emlt-momthly, rvis: October 15th. No
vember 1st med it December let mad 1lth. Free Jenery
lat, t8l9, the Mk wi'l be Lead weoekly.
For the First Pive Ntmber...... ..........I$ l)
tingle Copies ..2.................0.......... 26
Comm nlcationos d oubseriptlonl hohsld be eddresoned to
the "houogrsphh Meaione.'' 9 Cuamp street, ew Or.
ltans, La H. C. MANLY,
I J. O, NIXON, J1.,
O1ce of Bae Brd of BeaeM,
1O4 Cami wmeD. CameM Pydame.
Ner Out.sys, October 22, tY.
At a meetig this BnoSrd, held on the eemslg of tohe
0,.h ieat.. the feollswIg resolutoen wa adopted, vl:
Realved, That he efrcemeti of the protlslos of the
Qtarontine Lw Sat the Rigole beo and the ame is hereby
G . WM. DIRMEYER, M. D.,
letry Boerd of Helih
J. # a. Patsr k (0'
PRICE' LIST OF THEASM
MIXED (Greeeanm d BDlak), IS ainet i$1 SD 20b
IM vEIIAL (G ae), s. l 1l0: enne $1 75 1m.
TOCUOG 8YTOC (Gre'. $1 o; Bfest 1 75? lb.
GUIPOWDI (Orem).D 1 s t; .fnest 51 lb.
OOUNGI (If t k), $1I1 1; nest DI I &1 lb.
IOLISH DR ALFAST (BlDtc. $tU; onest l1 50 b.
UCOLORUD JAPAN, $1 .25; tament Di it Sb.
Se purchse wr TEAS. hroegh our flend La New Yort,
dlrecr Iom the psrm . at the tlowet wobo:e loe prices, md
etaUl the to e cs.omers at a very mell prolt.
We goeramtee we ml to be Jst as reoemted. med
WAUASnT to gdi1Ynire emlsefctleo, me to retorn the
meme at my ; end whinbe cst to the isterie, eed are am
aseieactory, to all expense treapertaltia
We ems se to aboot momirdLb the inet of their
J. W. PLATT & CO.,
Delere In la FaImily c Oroarte W e . Tem eta..
1S Camp street er ? Pedree.
0 Iasleo d; am n ml B r.OJ e T OO iSec
I meLee, Jeremean. oEsteade, lrdd, Petk, mae. tee,
A. B. GRIWO LDyD & CO.'I .
Carmine CCeee a, orona ld Ve.
lae h, a Pseinmoe Da ne NLm . -.
WA ttTH. omereor of the ee o Loseiaea heabing
date the a ndeaseb der a Of tegesh. A. D 1a6.l tme
pqsaled v et.as of the Parh of Otea ae hereby meoald
iat n di m a wl be held en TUESBDY. the Third day of
Nevember. A. D. N. -
One Uet'er br P resihdt d VIe sidesMt of the Unitd
lesYtu, and .. s .po msoee toe Oel s, front the efild
saenal and dFrst Orolieial Distrit, eeerpored O a.
that pertlea O the Prsh o0df Orlans a the be k et
e Blelp~ wemr, ad a ofhoad Psm- a on mte eIg
bak of soid rher as below s of O.a al stret, Ina the
dcy Oat New Oeeaors, eesnpdg the Fo thF. Fifth, h ,
Sventh, Nighth ad Ninth Repsenattld Distri*to of th
Parh of Orleans ad the Parishes of St erard, Plaque.
mlee, St. Tuammary. Wehlate., iL elene aed Living.
One Elector ram the ened4 Elsetor.3 District, and e
Seps.setative for the umaiplsd ter fmad vaat by the
deeahed Bea. James Mn1al sd a sm ibthe reanr tIes.
tf.o the Second Casgrem. eel Ditrst. compoeed eo
all that portoi of the perish of Orlem as. the tels bask oft tg
Mtleppi rtver above and weat of Casl streets,l the olPt
of New Orleans csmpridsla the PFrst, Second. Third and
Tenth Repreeeutative Distrlets f the parish of Orlessa, and
the paristhe of Jrfere, at. Charles, St. John the Baptist.
St. James, LfosrchOe and Turrabhose
Onl. Elrtot from tbso rlkd Rlctoral Dletrict, composed of
the parlshe of at. Mary, St Martin A eesrntan, .Asessiot
Verml lon, Celcasteu, Lhfyeu.te, St. Leadry. Ibery 11., Ntas
Ple'idna Bast Baton Roage and West Bam Range.
Ose Elector from the Feurth 3'eotol District, ooemoeeA
of the parishes of West Feietma, rolat Oenee Avoyalles.
Rapd.e, SabLe. Natchiteches, Do Soto, Caddo, Bosiesisa
One Elector from the Ifth Eectoral Distritt. rempos
the parisho oft tlesr IavUle Jokes, Union. Moss
bsee, Carroll. Ouachita. Matdl O Caliw.lt, Freakii,
Teansa, Catahoula and Coacordia; sad two lectors Ir ath
8tate at large.
The Poll will to opened tno ech Election Precinct Is the
sid Pariah of Orleans t om t heear of even ec'dlek A. . till
se sel'de F. a, os the dw and date be.re meetlesed.
#. .st: TILESDAI, THE TBIRDI DAY O F N('ue'sLR
A. D. 1868. for the purpose of r.....sg the votes of the
qamifed voters of the Partoh of Orleasa. wader tre super
vision of the Oorinasieesee ad Otlerk to be apptated by
the Matkootttie deignated by law. The election to be e*.
ducted and returns made to the undersignedretlrning ofeer
accotding to law.
bSherff' Ofice. Parts of Orleans, New Orleans. October
THOS. L. MAXWELL,
Sheriff Parish of Orlean.
To the Frteads
THE DEMOCIATIC CA1 8E.
In cenoasertios of the IhmosNe importaane of the Eleetlon
to be held in this city as Tuesday, the 3d of Novemor nut,
and the great interest shich al ciaasos of our ettisuom have In
its l Olt we earneatly appeal to all Frkends of the Democratat
Ca.e, whether merchaatl mantacturers, preleolonel uen.
or meter workena, to Cloee their Place" of Butnoes, and
suspend their stual avocatioe on theaday, In order that both.
employers and thetrempleyre may be .blh to give their undi
vldes time ad atenUtes to the work of redeeming Loddine
from Radical mirul.
Thil er 'se was adopted at the oesn elections lan PhilOde
phla and Cincinnati. where the struggle was, to some extent.
bt t conteet for oGice, sed we sanot believe that our people
silllb estateto :ekhe the ame smin' sacrife, when their
pease. their prosperity, their very liberties, deped spea the
tuas whioh s to be that day decided.
By o:dor of the Democratic Stat Central CUmmttee.
THOS. L. M1t' )1,
THOr. STrEL. Secretary.
a Perfectly al'e Liglht,
PORTAB1LE GAS IAM.P.
PUxOssy W Za3W WThvZ
Can be wsed la any Commas Lmop with a tdilo n expmae of
changing the hurnr, and of which Dr. I. s. trmweear, the
able . hbemit of this eity, says:
"In my experiment with the PUROLINE FLUID I tuted
my best to produce an explesion, nd Complete:y FAIL 5.'"
e also says:
" have for some time poet need E(UCH'I PORTLUL
GAS LAMP, and fld the light wh to and superior to the
orulnary coalt ga I can ately recomm end it for Choeapese,
Beauty and Pefect Iafety."
For lugar-hiuse use th s Lamp has No Fqual.
For 'ur her particularo and innomerabs recomm,.udatloone
100.. .. CAMP STREE t.............100
For a few days citizens will have the priv le of taking
Btock in the Puraiue and Portoblo aalhght Company.
OFFICE- 100 CAMP STREET.
ConeutHwed drrf als.
10 ................CANAL STRET.....................
Received this week sa no mementst of Parst BiLNDEB.
lDoIA MARIA, SIL BARMALN. Iruetod lLLE e
CREP aed a yo fine asortarnt or Coubrg Straw and Pari
(t MEr98. White Maresille HaTS end '-OLD SANDS
elow Goods of the latest ake will be reeived reslarty ie
Retail Stle, No Iti Ce at street.
WhoisaleRl oomas*m 7 C.sthousoe erL
317 Iroedwey. new York.
A NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Cers"e Magnalne end Ia. Adsrew Siroeet0
Over lbeman'o Dry roods Btrm
PIIOTOGRAPHr r 8 0 pe dosean;
AMBROTTP 75 centI ;
PORCELAIN PUIrOUR.8, S3;
And nll work guaranteed equal to any done In the city.
Callandeor a WILEY & 8OUBT.4
S MANUfACTURER OF HAVANA CIGARS
IMPORTERI OF GENUINE LEAP TOBACCO,
e 1 t RAMPART STRIeT,
Ordere for CIlAB ot every quality illed prmatly and wilth
strict attertiho. BIelle Cigars ansorpned in oHavaa at Mrr
pristnogly low rates Also L.EAF TOBACCO (ti-h the
fnest Barnsa and Amerlsem) a il klind
S HIu resoeived alargtsuply of RIBBONOS from (;ranada,
NRn. 1U. 11 and 20.
SMALL PRfoTTR and QUfCK RETITWR.
Gtorer A Bakae ewtesrg.MJaclhseas
THE ONLY MAACHINE
ADAPTED FOR EVERY CLASS OF FAMILY SEWING.
S OffIe and Salesroom for ootber tateW ,
1 ............. coma swees.................s1
New O(rleanrs. Le
Duseast of the Eye.
S Dr JULIUS HOeM BERiRL. (lute Amietma to Dr. Mhl
Partn) OtLLIT, 10 UCanal street. INew Oreane. OGes
bhunrs trom 11 to I o'cirk. Cl oe for DMeee of thebye,
JSmardaye, from to 4 o'rolek. Phystielane and Wedlel le.
'f dent aus Ivt1ed to attend the Cli.ic, Demostratlos sta
th Optckalaeep rte. Fea peent. will h to reated end.
seated on frec of *hore
" Will Sad at our Cl stead, Camp ereetr, all deeriptea of
Bose Furntahing Goods. Fine C(utlery, PlLated Ware, in.
(tt sod PlaIrl Glnure; Prench Cblon Pinn ..sd Decor.
atcd Dmrer and Tea Seo'; Ste, ChinaL Plal and IPacy
BAM'L E. MOORE & CO.
OFICR BOARD OP REGIBTRNTION,
h. New Orleue a s epeme' 5. a r
In sorae with the peelee Of mees le O an act
+, to crena a Beardof d egharae to elpetatead abe Seg.
,d trmatio offo t eedlledllee Of the State, ep1rored ep
tember 7, 188, ell peee refeld rglatrailo byr tbhe uper
I ors of esl tmdtt a hem& dllhe rha o appeel om their de.
*0 21l to the Dead O egheamiS. n .
peal m t be ton writis and that tkhey w it every TUE.
I DAT ad FRIDAY, for he perpe ef eainl and deterlo
lng mob appeae, ef whdb htertng aIl prrt ill r ive
y orer or ,f t ud.
Usetlhr snsE-s .d4~ecy.
Woe ofar emyr tee th spenl mi.t LANDED PRO
PB Tr. es. m at he L hus IStaes Siame med Ia.
e'mas pompey givei
S LIVINGBTO, UGRTON & 00C.,
Soe Idhe treS New I etll,