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The Republican of last evening contains the p
following paragraph: PO
The C('usccn, in speaking of the mayor's ar
der to Mr. Adams to resume his dudes as ohief, PO
eseks to defend Mr. Conway. The Midea this, sa
ey& the Casmcm'r: "Mr. Adam is the legal p,
oblc of police, sever having beea displaoed by as
utrity having legal j eleotion over him." ilo
7r R. Adams weas removed by Gen. Sheridan, sta
ondj operation of the reconstruotion laws. But
we e now told that there was no authority. The g
onemional measures are thus scouted. tie
now see how silly the claims of these people sw
that they favored the reconstraction acts prove to foi
T)te implicit merning of the Republican is as
that the Democrate who registered under Be
form No. 3, either took a false oath, or mis- pre
eonstrned the meaning of the affidavit. They ha
did neither. The affidavit does not require ph
mny one to swear that he favored the reoon- eq
struction mete-it requires the afiant to swear ni
thai he favored the execution of the recon- is
stru;:tion aets. This is proved by the conduct ha
of the person himself; if he did those things foi
whic h the law demanded of him, and thus wi
aided in carrying the law into effect, he tai
favcred its execution. He did this by accept. tri
ing either of the alternatives proposed by the tr3
lawr-by voting "yes," or by voting "no," or do
by registering as a voter. The object of the As
law-makers may have been to reach the pre- lig
sent status; but the execution of the law de
could, logically, have led to quite another 001
result. as in the case of Mississippi, where the is
new Constitution was rejected under the ope. be
ration of the reconstruction laws themselves. or
Moreover, all this does not involve the ne- cal
ceesity of admitting the constitutionality of be
those laws, or the validity of the results flow- Pa
ing from them. It may be very shocking to
they Republican to hear it said, but we have
nodisposition to conceal the fact that, in the Ca
la(age of the Democratic platform, the re
co.struction acts are "unoonstitutional, re- w
vohntionary and void," and that all of the acts At
doge in pursuance of them, which are re- tut
vetsible by judicial decision, ought to be re- RI
versed, and will be reversed as soon as any th
bonest and fearless tribunal is permitted to cO
pase upon them. We do scout the congres- mo
sicnal measures, and we shall continue to
scout them to the end. We have no particu- ev
lar reverence for a "trooly loil" Congress Li
any more than for vagrant and mendicant
loyalists or recreant scalawags. The Radicals an
seim to think that there is something pl1
s~red in an act of Congress, and that to inti- 8
mate any sort of opposition to congressional n
an.hority is flat treason. It is precisely this "
soft of thing that has made the very word i
" .oyalty" odious to every man that has a de- b
cent sense of self-respect In the sense in "
which the Radicals use it, it means simply an loi
at ect servility towards a particular party, and
a total saerifiae of that right of private judg
mt which is the foundation of political lib- en
ery. The time will come when "loy- vol
aI" will be as hatefrl to the American peo- m
pi as toryism was in the days when tories ca
b~ested of their servile loyalty to the British n
crown. We don't know that the Radicals have, of
any better claim to the allegiance of American e
citizens than George III had when Washing- i
ton was a rebel and Jefferson a traitor. of
We call the attention of our readers to the On
mvertisements, in this morning's CBF'ET, thi
of~the various polling places established for po
thr election of Tuesday, by the boarlds of tri
lhe perfect quiet andorder which reign in no
thj city are conclusive of the falsity of the no
cyuge that the Democracy have had any set
pi rpoJe to keep the Radical.s from the polls in
ohTuesday. The people of New Orleans de
plre violence and bloodshed, and they deeply
reet the unfortunate occurrences of a few a
sdy ago. But they know that, under the an
samne provocations that existed here, with the of
s.no causes of excitement and incentives to
ot, other communities would have been
even to revolutioa. The Democracy
t a pemacdhl, quiet election. They want a
f vote to b east, and they will resolutely
their faoes against anything which may
redit their cause in the eyes of the
s aths say that the vote of New York r
i y will probably reach 160,000. In that A
cee the Demoratic majority will be 70,000. a,
IBeooklyn it will be at least 20,000, and in mt
river ecahtis 16,000 more-my 105,000
tiAlbany. This will give the Stateto Sey.
a mor by at la 40,000 majority. The great
E;npire Stats will, on Tuesday next, arramy
b rself on the side of Seymour and conatlti
liberty, by a majority which will carry r.
Or Into the Badical ran.
iThe Jedical way to elset candidate to pro
CJmgrem Is not to pat kgl vote, intothe
iot-1box., but to counnt their rasestnl oppo
ta out. The Radicla way to carry an .
r t, is notto go to the polls adn vote,
1t to stay at home on election day. Its a
preasnt way and rsaves a good deal of super.
£wuos trouble and expenws.
The RladieI laders win ae d writhe wider
Gov. Seymour's sathing indisetment against
them for their misrule and ruin of the ecau
try. His several charges are o wellgrounded
in fact as to strike every reseating mind with
the force of history, and, urged with serene 12
conademee, though with fervid emphasis, they
go home to the conviction of honest and a
patriotic eitizens with the weight of saora- m
mental truth. It may well be conceived, "'
therefore, that upon the guilty backs of the pdo
Radical leaders they fall like whips of scor
pions. But this isnot a matter of inference
merely; it is strikingly exemplified in the
ease of Mr. Sahuyler Colfax. This dapper
little politician, who has heretofore served in
a phenomenal way to show that, not unlike a
royal personage of the Shakspearean drama, a
man may smile, and smile, and be a Radical,
is stung from his accustomed wreath of smiles
tnto a sardonic grimace, and laying aside his
usual blandiloquence, vents his feeble fury at
the speeches lately delivered by Gov. Seymour
at Rochester and elsewhere. And here is the a
the burden of his complaint, the provoca
tion of his wrath : "I listened," he says, "to
the speeches that the telegraph announced to
us had been made by him with no common
degree of interest; but when I read these
speeches I must acknowledge the regret with
which I was pained. I found them, through
and through, not a vindication of his old
political platform, not a justification of the
principles emblazoned upon their banner
with which they invited us to the issue,
but an arraignment and a denunciation of
the party to whichj he stands opposed, and
which, thank God, blocks up the way to the
Incredible audacity in Gov. Seymour to ar
raign and denounce the immaculate party to at;
which he is opposed! Is there to be found a
proceeding so flagitious in the whole range of
political annals ? Well, yes. We know of no -
political exhibition that can be compared for
astounding and flagitious audacity with that
presented by the no longer smiling and bland
iloquent Colfax, when he has the forehead to w
stand up before a public of presumed intelli- i,
gence and decency, and to express indigna- ar"
tion at so statesmanlike, truthful ani unan- at
swerable an arraignment of the Radical party and
for its misdoings within the past four years $°
m as that which constitutes the gist of Gov. of d
r Seymour's late speeches. Mr. Colfax weakly am
pretends to think that Gov. Seymour might ti
Shave consistently vindicated the Democratic `
a platform, the essence of which is liberty and far
equality under the Constitution, without ar- c
r reigning the opposite party. But the thing jour
is utterly impossible. The fact is, it
t has come to this, that no man can stand up
for liberty in any form, or in any relation,
without arraigning the Radical party; and
that no man can intelligently love his coun- -
try, and intelligently labor to save his coun
try, without hating that party and striving to
destroy it from the face of the land forever. S
And it has come to this-so incorrigibly prof.
ligate, unscrupulous, rapacious, reckless, and
desperate is the party in power, that if the
r country is to live that party must die. This 150
is as sure as a decree of fate, and can no more
be cancelled by the rhetorical rant of Colfax
or the stolid silence of Grant, than a hurri- H
cane could be blown back with a monutc- sTi
f bank's trumpet, or be swept back with Dame '
The Republican is fretted because the
CRESCENT asserts that the white people are
the only people of Louisiana. Were not the
white people the only people ten years ago?
And if so, how did the blacks come to consti- co k
tute a portion of the people? Of course the ol
Radicals will say that they were made so by
the potent influence of the late lamented Lin
coin's proclamation and the reconstruction -
measures of a "trooly loll" Congress. But
it takes something more than a proclamtition,
even though it be signed by the depirtvd ''
Lincoln, and than a statute, even though it be
t the set of a Radical Congress, t) transform
an ignorant, servile population into a "peo
ple." Legislative acts and military force may u,
give the negroes something which is called a
right to vote, and carpet-baggers and scala
wage may lead them up to the polls and
instruct them how td deposit their ballots;
but no such expedients can ever make them
anything else than an intrusive and anoma
lous elsment in a political community of
I white people, trained by tradition, by
inheritance, and by custom to the ex- A
ercise of political rights. Negroes may
vote as much and as long as you please; they
may vote early and vote often; they may put
carpet-baggers and scalawags into pleasant
and profitable places, to the great delectation 11
of the " trooly loil" politicians, and the great
expansion of "trooly loil" pockets; but they
will never constitute any portion of the ,Pop e
of Louisiana. The Republican thinks that T
this view is the source of all our troubles.
On the contrary, the source of our troubles is
that Radical theorizers have attempted an im
r possible task, and Radical adventurers have
Stried to complete it by substituting for the TA
real political community of the State, a mi
nority composed of a population which has
none of the characteristics and none of the
qualifica!tions of a "people," in tlhe sense on
in which that term is used, in civilized coon
The CUscz.rrr acknowledges the receipt of
a copy of a pamphlet in French, from the
author, the accomplished Dr. Charles Delery,
of our city, entitled "Le Spectre Noir, our Le
Radicaliame aux Etats Unis." We have heard
a good deal in praise of the work.
SEAUTIFrvIG THE SKIN AND COMPLExION. i
rPALONs'e - PapM Lotlao" ?mowgs il E1UP
Srious ra150aK3 rPriL5. MoTre storuss,
TAN, ete., ad r r the kL So Patr and Bloomb.
Per Ladles I. the erta t. is layminsti. For (iinti.mm 15
after Bharls i hae e equal. 'Paphatan Lotion " ts the
*ia re5iable rmiedy r dies nd blemish. or th aSm.
PEALoD's .. hss s r th Tlletr .ruead
seath wU aot Ch the 5.b.
Pae. ue Wr Oak. oldSL by l DlDtr
aif the Opesdasg
OF THE FALL TRADE o
People will do well to rmemberm McLAUGWLI5'8 GARDEN
DIbTlRICr OILDI*OG ISTABLU4EMWT, 6 MEsuine
teet, naar tee euo or latt Reldstur and netlvernt 50
promptly attaended to. Sq..sadOral Pictures anod Pertra
Frames made at hort muttee. PIeee bh li~ .
L.·ooril~lt4U • Go. emc nw zt ha
S 126......CANAL STREET......196
S BHas jut receired Ben EUROPE per stecama SXOlWIA
S end CEl TWOLIT a tha l emplew sasukeamS ef the
e kflewoe Good, a hic bea bhee useed by himself.l eol
the lesases Perse Style. eand eea Tr sale at the lewat
r. Plain. Black ad Coled SILES;
Scotch PLAIDS. POPLIN sd OASHMERU;
Printed ad Phlan DELAINS;
Plaien IMPRESS CLOTRH-B cels;
Plain and lIsry POPLINS;
Srinted Prench and egish CANBIOS;
S Preach and English FLANUEL;
buLiped and Plaid TARTANS;
Ladies' Silk ad Cloth CLOAKI;
I ladei' PARASOL8 sad DEMI-UUBRELLAB;
BLACK GOOOs of aU descriptons;
Ladies' rbeach, I.sglh and OermeanOOTTON HOSE;
tt Gont' sad Saoy t o:O N HAL.F-IOS;
Misses' COTTON HOEB;
Ladles', Gste', Misses' and Boys' Merine UIDER
h Child'rena Weles FANCY HOSE and HALF-HOBI;
O adles' BLACK LAUS BELTS;
Imbroidered asi lsad Laas CURTAINS;
0 WORSTED DAMASK for Omtele,;
~ mbrhideree and Plas Lisns Cambric HANDKEB
Marie Anteoiette LACE CAPES;
h rnech BED BLANKETS;
h Csbhmee ad Woolen SHAWLS;
Ledie' NIGHT GOW8 end OCAMIBOLS;
,e Ledes' end Childna's KID sad WOOLEN G OVUES
RIBBONS-ell Widthe end Colors;
BRIDAL WREATHS and ARTIFICIAL FLOWEES.
MARSEILLE QUILTS-all Colon;
f Figured d a lain BOBINETS hl r Bars:
Embroidered Mos'i and Laos PILLOW OASES;
lLd a e s VEILS CAcSIMERE sad OLOTH. Etc.
1 A fall sad emplete asortmst of PERFUMERY.
seOM NNW TesE.
C- CALCOE8. Bleched snd BIrew DOMESTICS: oT
rON 8HPSTINGS- CJTFlt*ADEb; DENIMa; 0uA
OO rBEUMRG; KEEShAY sad LITY•EY; *,KINIG; OO'ITON
(;H('Kd. READ RAbDKRBORMIEFN; SLAINKRrd
a rtc, Arc.
> tc, E. GTQUEL.
1!I Canal strent.
r Frank Blair Gusrds.
At a regular meeltit of the Frank Blair Guards the follow
0 ing reenlutiono were unanimously adopted, to-wit:
S It. Resolved, That whilt we bhumbly bw before the do
S ree of Omnipotence, we cannot but deplore the death of our
late marshal aini can adeo, DWARD aGAN; and as meom
ery dwells upon his many laestimable qugllties fee deeply
Y and mourafully Ilpressed with the magnitude of the leos sus
taein by this organization.
Id. Resolved, That though we may sot Invade the sanctity
of derestic grfe we beg with the respectutl volce of holy
y sympathy to speak words of coadolence to the bereaved rsl
t tites, Bad to asure them of our compaeion in this our of
3d Resolved, That the usual badge of mourning be worn
for thirty days from date
4th. Reolved That these procetdlng be published o ithe
New Orleans Crescent end Times, and that a copy of thoce
,g Journals be transmitaed to the relatives of thedeceased.
it JOSH. CORPREW,
ChairmLn of Committe.
P ROsT. STRONG.
1, HENRY TAYLOR.
d ALEX. NRWTON,
JOE N. WIiON.
Wheeler. t WI g laess's
SEWIN MA C'HIN1S
150...........CANAL BTREET ......... 150
j. Bavlng Ieosed the large and handsome builditg · 1U CANAL
STREET, which we have etted no wtthout regard toe penoe,
we are prepared to offer for saoe the
NEW AND IMPROVED SILENT FEED
Wheeler ll Wlsa wtSeIng Machine
AT REDUCED PRICES.
We have competent and obligin teachers, who,' we w,'h
to keep constantly ea:ploJed, and their -ervicoo can Ie hod as
e o'ten n-sceary, Iree of charge.
11 Canal treet.
It 167 Canel street,
d -FCONf TOCOR FROM DnA1 PIKIN.
S I am now recelviug daily from the New eork Aoctonsl
large secessions ei NOVELTIES in every branch v! D:y
1 G icds, including
D-ERS GOODS, FLAWN IL_,
]BLANKtTi~ HAWle., CLOAKS..
WHITE GOOD8. hMc., Etc. 1
.A ine sorrtment of MILLINERY GOODS, succ' a,
Af RTIFICIAL FLOWERS,
RIBSONS, Et , Eltc.
- All to be orod cn the very lowet term.
SP. J. TRAQUAIR,
V 167 ('anal trelt.
2t E. J. Tyler,
115-........ CANAL STREET ..... ...11
Ha, on lhar d and is cor santly receiving from bthe bet mao
S factari' in Enrope a·nd America,
t WATCHEN, CLOCKS AND JEWELRYJ
OF 'IHE FINEST IDECRIPTIONS
Bsu also on hand a laurge and varied assortment of
oe TABLE AND ORNAMENTAL BILVERWARE,
- PLATED WARE,
G(old Bilber. Steel and Robhlr CPECTAPLES and EYE
G ;LANNES, Br,,nze and Parinoan BSTATUARY anod FANCY
1- Paticular attention given to the repatrlng of Wat-'er.
Jewelry d resetting of Liamood.
nILVERWAPI MADE TO O IRDEI;.
SThe Rfaht Place
d MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
S. 1. MOODY.
COINER CANAL AND ROYAL 1TREETS.
eaus thereb you ill td the cheapet, best and largest -
srtment of G;oml m the city.
hplendld new Winier ltek Just recelved
Tory Si Exaerellt Shits e or g. I
WHOLSALE JNTRANIc, No 4 ROYAL sItPEr.
. W'se Olyuspe,
15U............ Cmral sreea .. ........1
d Receives by every steamer frem Europe TEE LATESr
PARSTAN PIASWITON sad STYLe8
B. T. Welshe,
YOCTH'S, BOTS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHINGO,
rem's hBarmlaltag O*de Imeorter,
M0 116......... CANAL 5OT ET..........O. 0110
- drrsc Ties madl Jsdla D Irket
TO PLANTERI . FACTOR AND UIAU S.
S ow lendleg aw ateameb Obzreedltnesd shLn oloomda
Sa larInge ok o Me delebratd ARRIOW TIE. eseloer
r qsaIlty EgIsh Wreel t m IS, I adW Ut haleae;(
j sio In stoe- s ae lea o DIDIA BLAlN T RgINGLM.
arol a. d nd le, oreel s at telso ti.e es by
I . T. BAItLIeTT,
o. dl hdglet atoest.
L'RT GOOD DEPARITM N.
A he eagemmt weld seapeeatfi inaera thir ptrmms
bead tUe pubic gmerally shat thea rae saw epeeing a
WLL AI CtMPLMTU WI'I .
Absueen IS spefllay dicedmtes tlbhe femgNueo prlern:
AMERICAN PAlTS hwm7e. to les, pery4rd.
PRNC .. S. ..
FITAW1E .. El. ..
BLEACHED COTONS . ..
STRIPED POPLIDETS SEc.
Olored mad Wnglish alBINOS so
Cotdoed FOULA ..
FIgued MUSLIN DULAIN lS e ..i
Hmetiltehed BANDKEECOIEPS ac.
Comm.. Cloth CLOALS PS to 96.
S Also a the well hn ew mares eo Bleached ad Bews
OOTTORs, SIIRTINGS mnd bNEETIN0G.
Bilk Woolen ml Cottes hFOesnOug oods, mah ms UN
S DRBHIETS mad DRAWEdR, sad a omuleto aseortment
of ERgish. Freach aed German HOSIERY.
FLANELS eof every quality sad ler.
LINER GOODS e all htil.
PHEETING. DAMASK NAPKINS.
TABLE CLOTHS AND TOWELS TICKIJOS, etc.
Pln Frnch Black WERINOS ml ALPACAS
Platna ed lered POLUI .
Famer CLOTH8 for CLOARSI
Colored REPS of every vurety
. JACONET ANDS.
LACE EDGING and IIISERTINA.
Embroideed BRIDAL VAILS and WREATHS
CAHIIMEEB 8HAWLS. elf
Fanme CLOAKS of ilk. Velvet d ltbh.
Asortim at Blaeek adOelelid OASSIMUBRES.
EL REDONS for Oveelthing.
Common Whit mand Gray B I.ANKET
Fine White Preech
S 10 4.11, 12-4,134 Colored QiILTS.
TOILET CGVLRIB, ee.
MRS. JOHN GAUCHE,
Corer Camp and Poydrue stroats
fa PPON GAPHY isto the system of writing by meanoro
which speeches, lectuee, aermons, debates, legal evidence,
examinations, et, are repersed word for word. It is of
great advantae Ih any kind of besa ets, but t partietar y
ly uneful to professoenlmin. Maylstadlente havemrtlralyesn.
I taid themseorves at college by occasoneml eportlg and eltan
of d it more profitable than their regularchosea profemlon. It
affords arn ery means of ebsatence, and there is Irat and
m Increvsing demand by the Press. by Couarts of Law and Legs -
lative Bodies for the erviceo of these who practice t. The
he compensation to usually from $15 It $ per day.
t~e On October 10th, 1868, will be published the inrst number of
a Period cal tobe devrtad to the interest of American Pho
nographers. and of those who desire to learm the Art of Phe
e ngaphv (Phometie Shorthead) Each number will contain a
series of lessons In the common print. explmatory of the sy.
tem and of the changes which have been Iutrodoeed in the
past few years, and which the experiene of the beet report
ern has proved are worthy of adopttlo, and wh ch tend is
make It more simple and easy at acquirement. whee will
contain all the instruction necassary to acquire the art
The expilanatory part will be accompealed by shorthand
S illntrations, Lithogrphbed in the bees style. Each number
will also contain a ipntber of paes of Ldthgraphed Phao
graphy, consisting of miscellaneous readin matter, with a
key In the common print
Speeches, eermons, etc.. phoeographically reported, will ec
casionally he lithboe phed from reporter's manuscript, show.
log the exact style used In verbatim reporting. The first fire
numbers will be issued silmmoethly. vi: October lth. No.
vember let and 15th, December eIst and 1th. From January
1st, 1469, the Magazine wil be issued weekly.
For the First Five Numbers...................$1 (
Single Copes .................................. 25
Communications and substrlptions should be addressed to
the " Phonographic Magasult," 94 Camp stree, ew Or.
H. C. MANLY,
J. O. NLXOS. Ja.,
To the Frtelad8
TIHE DEMOCIRATIC CAIrTE.
In consiteration of the Immense importance of the Election
to be boheld in this city on Tneaday, the 3d of Novemtber nelt
and the g eat minterest which all clases of our citizens hare In
its result, we esarnetly appeal to all Friends of the Democratic
. Cane, whether merchants manuracturers. proteusional men.
or master workmen, to Close their Places of Bauiness, and
suspend their atual avocations, on thatday, In order that both
mpleyers and their employee may be able to give tosit unoi
s videe time a d attention to the work of redeeming Louisiana
)a from Radical misrule.
This course was adopted at the recent elections in Philadl
pohin and Cincinnati, where the struggle was, to some extent,
bt t contest for office, aid we cannot believe that our people -
sill hestateto make the same Imaul sacrilie, when thour
peace, their prosperity, their very litertlee, depend upon the
C.c ihue which ts to be that day decided.
By order of the Demoruic Base Centrul Committee
THOS. L. MACON,
TFO. P~EL Pretr. President. o
Slaepard & Ragchtnveuo.
5................ Camp Street .............. SI
HOUSE FURNISHING GOO9.S.
COCKOlERY CHINA. GLASS and HOUIPEKELPINO i
WAREb cowplete What oalnot be found here i hardly P
worth lonking ater. m
mu We invite an examination of our new stock, arriving by st
everry rtemer, and oelected with rs reby aoo Mr. bepard.
Polite clerkh io waltndg, and prie. extremely moderee.
GI-roe ent free to any partof tnte ely. who'esle and rsetail di
ConstlftsueD ·ArrftVas. at
W. D)AUP.HXN, T
a S e.............CANAL STREET~............ ......
DoriA E ItlA, SILK PAREo IorCee D LLE and It v
(CtEP. mud a very fLnesssortm.to or Coburg lItriw no0 Purl.
fI. O~e ShETf. Whloe btarrlleor HaTS n nd 'OLD SASU'
Y iw Y oods f the latest make will be rectived regularly at
W. DtUPHIN. o
1. RetaIl Store. no 150I Ca.al street.
Wholesale iRomaml a . I ('oC ohbone nrrt.
s7B Sradwy. Sn Vorrb.
O OCV3I1R OR WTA.R.MO I'E.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
New Orbeens, October 25, 1t. ) di
WHIIEREA. The recent collisions in the city of New Or- a
leasn ard atJaceat parishet have produced an excited state
of rublic feeling. whiebh, if not uoppressed, eu nly lead to
bleoldsedand generam l rui o the material ltMeret of the
THEREVtORI I. H C. WAREOTB. Governor of Louisi
ane, do issue this my Ptormation. requesting all good diti
sens to refrain frtom seemiling In publie places, and I ee
cla'Iy reue·st that no ebile meting a pro estin of rlher
peltal party be had prir to the emingelctio.
B. C. WARMiOTH,
Omveror of Louosiaa
ecled rfesiure of I A TYb a . ooper en Sear,
i England; hppiee Traey , C S nte ad ml aerw
A . GRISWOL.D A OO.O , II
ia, Wi ad as ew r eli ied, U cm deem ao dsestpimrn of No
ler 3mWe emseli Cumishtid idel W, ere, Fiue ps
a; Cut ml lam Olmmwam; Fermnh Obl, lab ml Demur. As
BAmL I MOORE & CO. I
J. L E VO It
HAS R 1UCEIrD P I AXOIIA A3I OcIT STi.,
New MIi. ah mia TeOWd"
Fro IAJpr AND cmLDZa,
NEWEST PARIS 8UAPEB.
Alt--A Laro Asserte t of
At SO oee a TYarl.
In Chebb and Plate O.lera
NEW STYLE PARASOLS.
IN EVERY ABBORTMENT,
AND At 0EAP PrIInI .
aree of Canoe aid eawB eg Sl ee O s.
A.ne Orleasu, 2.8I. 2 1868.
We, the undereigned, merhats, will heep ear sto~
closed ElectIon Day. Nov. 3d :
F Van Bentho3 j a A O., J. Byr A Co.,
E. A. Tyler. . N. lead.
A. E Oritweld A Co., S. L htnmbl,
James Martin, Leon lodehbai.
M Wheatahen, per J. A. Ganter.
obtO H. Bowles, E. Marqeaa,
bahkely t Hogan, Paul Belleeq.
SIS. HB drick, John IL Grter,
Bernard Huft. J. B S8eed.,
W. H Locbford A Co., J. Morgan Hall.
Stauffer Kt A Co., Good lb A * loaiy.
W. F. Ooldthwaitn J. W. Norris A C..
G. N. layl A Pend, L B. Hen.
Ganer A Me arty. B. J. MaUIn A Ca,
Dudley A Nelson, F. Baner,
Win. O Tompkins, Darey A Wheeler,
O Daabmel, Pierson, Walker A On..
B Meas, Slooomab Baldwin A Uo.
M. Stratber, F. Adam.
. hBberman M Maher,
Cbas E Spencer A Co., E Bohert,
Z Washingten, Levi A EIglader,
J. bodge, B. Gardner,
C. H Zimamerman. . MNadaud,
Z. Epstein A Co. Mentos a Vals,
Krull A Dickey, Elkba t Co.
8. Bler, A. . l. ktu.er.
Fleber A Geneahoenb, M. Stme.a,
B. T Walsh., Mmo. OtympeBoaem,
F. Kant. M ma. .phie,
T. Ladwig, Peck Bros.,
A. yrnch, F. Duneatell,
. Drhlag. Leighton A Iayman,
Anugst Koenig A ro, B. Pitot.
Len aornmewald, M. . Hagge ty,
F. O. Barrlie A Co., pr F. J. O'Neill.
GOubib A tppert, J Levels,
3. Peittead, Runkel A Dopey.
W. K Wolf, M MeAaly,
Lk Eqaitabl IAfe Ibs. Co., Jo. l.iaus, Pasildent
P. Bealennun, P. J. Trsaqosr,
H. H. Riemasan CO., per Thos.'Trqudatr.
Marte Augi, E. lq.ae,
Taylor. MoItrep A Co., J. C. Dewnmg,
John T. Dpansigr, per H B Norta.
Pithin. Plrsm A Co., Frank. Stratos A H'nr,
Levi A Englandeor M. -coler,
Jehn McP ulty, Wm. Kermatan
J Newman, Ford.Jelnmer A abls,
3. H Hilber, . F ElMton,
U. A. Milteaberger, G. F Mller,
Sheperd A HAtchinson, Swabriek A Co.
I. U. Berry A t'o, Rice Bree. & O.,
E. C. Palmer o., W. H. enningl A Cs,
Robert J. lHarp, t. J Barckett,
Bastian iBrea, Geo. W. SiBer. per Hiram
O. W. Lyman, Noise,
John B. Stillwll, Pottofor A rnliht.
Zors A Bromer, (lo. W. yasn A C(a.
(Geo A Fodlik & Co., T. Fiswilltam A Co.,
Sill A Voeaie, John W. Madde,
W. B. Bowman, E R Wagoner,
Wtr. Barrett (leo Plumb,
E EsekeL t hristlan A Hyatt,
Haile. A MeRill, Peter O'Donnell,
G. B. (ioein, Walter A. Peck A Son,
H. P. Puckley, John Doealeo,
D. H Holue.. Rberts A Co,
Cbenoweth Casey A Co., F Ricaert,
H. P.,hlmanr, J. M OCas,
Prterson. Hill A Elliott, K J Iart A Co.
M Dowling, John C. Rogeop A Co.,
J. B. Vanhern A 'o. James Mah,
Wilo A Caemor, John Ander on A Co.
Flogeane Fishao, John II O'Brle,
John A trndo, M Kaufman A Co,
MO Began, J Brenan.
McR. bert. A Dick . K. gCovere*,
Woods, Matoew A Co . Bebhmict A et er,
Faij, Marks A Ce. Hard, Tuestell A Co,
Plyne a Coo, Convorse A Potacy.
.5ottcc of Electles.
Prsuanoet to a Proelamatilo of HIB lzeelloeoy H. O.
WARM TH. Govewnorm or the Sateato Lotntlenn bear.
dato the Nlnaeesnth day of opoembear, A. D. 181, 1, the
qalfIed votern of the Paleb of Orleanua are breby notified
that oan election will be held on TUESDAY, the Third day of
November. A. D. 185. tot
One Elector for Preolde t and VIe Preldeet of the United
State., and one peprveatatre to Oa~rua, from the PFlt
Electoral and First Congreional Diteloto, .eapot of all
that p 'rtan of the Parish of OrIoense on the lhA beat of
the Mihslepol river, and so mach of raid Pernl on the lel
bank of eald rtIer as to below and seat of Cael street, I the
city of New Ortca, etnmprleg thote PeUoth, VIl,, Bant-.
leveath. lighth snd llnoth epeeaZtaive, Dtrklte of the
Parish of Orleans and the Parlohee of ht Baruard. Plaqe
mlnes. ft. Tammaey, Wmhington, btI floeanaol LIving
One Elector Irom the lerond lertomal Diett and one
Repreetative for the onexpled term made vnet by the
deathof Hio, James Man). and one forthe rolar irnm,
oom theo Second Congreeslonal Distrelet, com.oed of
all that portion of the parish if Oro:eao on the leot bant of the
Mleoiesppi rir abnove and wtt of ('nal strht, In the city
of ew Orlaons e ampnllng the Fnrt, P·nod, Third and
Tenth leprenetaltive Districts of the parish of Orleons, ad
the parish. of Jeffeson., St. Cbharles., bL Jon the B·ptit,
B James, lefourbhe and Terrebohae
O Elecrtor from tIe third Sletoral Dietrct, compoee ol
the parlahet f it Mary, Pt Mart n. Assnumol s Aer.n.eo
Vrm lo Ion, COlslelen. Lafayete, St. Lndry. IHer lit, Eol
Fe' cicna Funt Raton oute and Watt Bato Roug.
Oe Elctror from the Fonrth Itectr D Latrict. ,emo d
of bthe periste ot West Ielllana. olnt ,.oeeve Avoy*'lr,
Reides, Bhlb.e, Latalchi(teo ., Do Bueo, Caddo, .oeae an
One Blector fr.m the vlfth Eltetoral Ditrlct, comapose
the perbte of la~borne Blorlle. Jackaer , 'UnL,, More
bona, Carroll, loacht Madloon. Colowrll, u'mranlln
Teosa., Catahonla and Concordl;a, and two Electora flr the
8Sate at Iarre.
The Polls will boe opened no eh El ete Prencta in the
sild Parleh of Orleoa from the hour of aeven o'eleck a. a. tiltl
six o'doca p. n, on the day ard dato hefor mactloe·,
to-wit: TUEBDAT, THE TRIR D DAY OS SOVRMB.Rt
L D. 1M. for the purpe of reoeelvlng theo rots of the
quallfed voter. of the Parish of Orlesae under tle m0cr.
vielon of the foraem'msiovers and (lirlks to he app iloted by
the sathorities deiganted by law. The eltlon . h be cot.
ducted and rature maode to the andersigned reterIag oeer
acrodlg to law.
berf 's Oflc, Parish of Orlea t ow Orlemr. Oe ober
TBHOS. L. MAXWFlI,,
heriff Perlsh a rrLan
GrOer & BAer aWr·ag.clEie,
T'HEr ONLY 1fACHTNb
ADAPTID FOB EVERY CLAIR O PAMILY IBWINIO.
Offeo and Baloarno for eather. tatm
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New Orem,. La
MANUiACTU RER HAVANA CIGARS
IMPORTER OF GIENIUIN LEAP TOBACCO,
Odan e CIGNSa evmp aaemer w3in imey a
otr aleetiae. Ile Clam nuaremad 3 E aeat m er
pragly low rate. Ala LEAP TOSAtiGO (bth he
bmit Harana ad Amerlelm) ar h ad
Ha emaiopd a 1Lae apply f RINOl ha Gr.. e
Mm. IS. ISand
Smat.e. FrFIYI and QrICK wIwNgs
Odd EsIl.e PLrecmeoas,
DIDICATB rODD ILLOWr HALL,
Tumday, enrmber 10, 1888.
The inaeemsaina ete., m. ai mae at thir esipewtiv
Ledge Roosem In time to reest as Lsmpeateqawm, at 10
*.'leok a ., andsr charge of their respetive Maroha s. ca
preesd them. . , LeIet s Square M eei ..1 the han
The acnea will sern ea Camp auem% and will be divided
lato three Dhimoea
Umder charg e HENRY OURTLING ad JOHN AM
METER. Assustamate to Gread Marshal.
Cofeiatia of all Subeudiate Lede., will bra .. Lefayette
Square, aouth ade, restiag ea Beath ares.
UWas charge or JOHN DAYVT and HENR NOTLING,
Amasaeea to arbm Marshal
CArnhtlag of the Pa riaa Ireal at tb Order. will forl
m Laetyeto Sqaee , west se, renaag am IL Charles street.
Under charge of E1nUE WAX mad JOHN FRANK.
Asaiteals to Orme Nmarehi,
Caosistl of Past Grands a Oere of 'he Right Worthy
Or1ad Ledge, will bra e Lrbyette benres orth side,
reatg ea North street.
ORDER OF PEOCESSION:
JOHN B. ERMO, Grand Marshal.
r. Aids to Ora4d Marsal-W. H. FOBER. RIcHARD
ILlT HEN.R GU. A. BSllAUX and
JULES A. FLORAT.
Assistant Aide-UERAT OURTIlNG and JOHN A.
comprIslg ael bsberIeat. Ledges.
As nt Aids to Gread arbal-JOHN DAVEY aen
empriatlg Pltriarchal Dreach o Ihe Order and Visting
Assistant A'li to Grand Marshal-HUBERT WAX and
Compriling P st Grands and (Oleam of the Right Worth'
Brand L Ug.
ROUTE OF PROCEBdlON:
Up Camp to Delord, dows Delord to iL 'harles, down 8t.
t. Charles to C al, semess o el to Reel. dews Rfeeol Ias.
Loeas, up St.L nts to Chartre. up Chartres to Caenl, saree
Canal to Camp, up Caen to Odz FPllows' Bell, where the
Itne wall halt sad open to the rl4ht nd letf
The Grand Marshal, with his tert Aids, will them pas
beween the les to the asireme . W retrnolag with the
r. Third. Second and First Dirlvslsa, I Inverted eder, Into the
Bell Bom at Odd Fellows' Halk where Oratieos will be de
lvared by A. WALLACE PNTER, GO. W. RACE.
s. LOUIS BUSH. JNO. E. RINGhTOMFF and ALUXAN
And the Ceremonies apprpriate to ate oecasten will take
The Ledges sad Eaeampmeto e roeeated at Leiylett.
Square by o edoc.k A. a s the Fresesle wIll aere pro.
cleely at 10 o elck.
The Hall will be opesed at II 'd ate, for the recetles of
Latdles. r whon sema will be reserved. They e respec.
Wa ltly nrted t tea premest.
Visiting Brc.h are aeet resectfully Lamlled to Jn lathe
Proceesa aid report t te Grand Marshal.
By order of the RIGHT WORTHY GRAND LODGE.
JNO. B. HRENO,
The Oeasro sad Memba of the GRAND ENCAMF
MErT and SUBORDINATE BNCAMPSENTS oe( the
Jaurldiction of tihe Statof Lemi. tons will assemble, in Full
Regalia. at Lafayette Square, em
Tmeedaw. Ma5 tente.. adt .*'.Iek A. M..
For the purpce0 of tskieg prt to the Proceedon sad Dedleat.
ing Ceremln of the New Odd Fel ow' Hall.
Patriarchs In good stiading f out ther Jurisdictions are
fraternally lrited to pearilcpat.
Grand Marshal FRANK PFISTER will orgeatul the Pro.
essleom and report the same to the GOrad Marshal of the
Rigat Worth GrOrd Lodge for asslgnment.
By order of the GRAND PATRIARCH.
W. C. WILSON,
J Prrfuctlv ae L£ght,
-AI 80 A
PORTXABLE GAS LAMP.i
of PUmROLaEW PuoEev'K
s. Ca. be used im a a am L p wh a tllng epes of
le a mgnlg tO, berur, am of whoc Dr. I. L Orawrour, the
a ble ( hemist of tUI eity, ays:
"I my experimenta with the FUROLINE FLUID Itrird
e ay bet to prod.e an ·epeloa, nd Cosplelely FAILED."
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0 " I have frir some time pet used XU,U' POrt&LID
f GAB LAMP, sad td the 0lgt wh to and srpo,,r to the
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A NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
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AttrdOrW 15 eemaea;
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