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SNE RLEANS G RESUEINTU
VOLUME XVIII. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVI MBER S, 1868. KUM 7
THI OBEaBOEWB UfSPATOHEB.
1no0 VWASIII TON. r
Tweaty.sh-eo* itllisee *ld Pald br the MOe
teled o.atse.e Trea rer-SOea. Meassea Ban
epwere All east-lporsee erm Preed.- ori
WasrRniorto Nov. 2.-Warrnts for $23 735,0 t
coin were issued from the treasury to-day to pay li
the interest on 6-20's. O
Gen. Itonueau telegraphed Rceofleld to-day that 0
all is quiet in New Orleans, and that he has no p. the
prehbensocs for to morrow. F
Reports from agents of the 'reedmen's bureau Frk
have bern received. including that of Gen. Hatch
from Louisiana, who says it is poainly owing to the
incomt story. inefficiency snit misoonduct of the pat'
civilian employds of the buresaothat it has become was
so unpopular, and the freedme', sufered so much.
In many of the parishes the failure of the crops
the last two )ears has prevrrnted many of the
planters from paying their harids, but they (the
nerrres) seem not discouregedt
WorkLig for shares has proved a failure, and 30:4
wages are being generally paid. s
The crops this year have been excellent, the Nic
fallnre .f tie cotton crop th,' two previous years Yor
havrming aned planters to turn their attention to stat
grain growing. This year tru cotton crop has not
been a failure. The health of te groes has 30:
been good. There are 480 .81 q(,0 ebIo ks is 40
Gen Batch nmns up b's eriminal calendar, and R do
it abow that 166 murders have bees committed deIl
and 225 other outrages during the past year. In
common with the rest, he urges the continuance
of the boreau on the ground that is is necessary
for the welfare of the negroes.
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MeeSase or Ihe Letsetlatum. 3k
Movroomar, Nov. 2.-The Legllatare met to- Lai
day, but no quorum being present they adjourned I
till to-morrow. Both parties show great ativity. 1.2
Tbhe streets of this city are now croweed with ne
Eroes from the country, a great many of them be
lg minors. The election law forbide audr pale sl
of fine and imprisonment, any challeaglag of votes
in this brate.
a*0W M21W TOBL.
elase Imprsenagst Cltt, St ee 0 eamage 10
oseer frem inspewateaeas o Poite. 111
New Yosu, Nov. 2.-The case of C. B. Iamar
against Chlas. A. Dana, for $100.000, for false Im- b
prisonmeut daring the war, came up to-day In the W4
supreme court. Motion was made to have the x
order removing the cue to the aspreme court,
set snide. Decision reserved. art
Superintendent Kennedy ashu Issed a general
order directing the police to tate persoes arrested
for illegal voting before the 'Unted Sates comn- Co
uitnio.es, imDtead of the city ir at courts.
Two police commissioners have iasied oontor in.
Begeotration of the city foots up 19.000.
Sherif (Campbell, of Brooklyn. has, uader I.
btructikenr fros Mayor Bsonfler hr, aor, , 2004)
The excitement at police headqjurters fon
tines, but nothing additnal relative to Baper
ittendernt Kennedy's order has yet bun made
Oen. McDowell has issued a circular requesting
all oficers from other commands visitine or tem
porarily residing m this city to report t his head
quarters. i y t
Peport sa e the Erie Railway COoampy hu
bought Piken Opera House fir $e50,000, and co
template establishing their ofices In the front
boulding, retaining the Opera House proper for1
its legitimate purposes.
The United States grand Jtry have found
nine additional indictmense aIaiLot person
charged with havingr disp~ e l of frsdealont uetd
ralluation papers. is of them aga tst Roeonberg
each being baaed on at.rtlisatioa papers, an
others ogamst persons yet nuarreeted. Alderman
Pepper has been admitte t, bhll by Commatsdoer
ltetrt in 3000 on a simier charge. 1veial other1
parties have been treate, likewise, both ha New
York at d Jersey City.
bheriff O'Brien hs bas, it I- said. sworn in 5000
special depu'ieato preservt order to-morrow. U.
8. Marsbhl Murray is said to have also appointed
special oliers. at
Two bidings ina course 'erection In Brooklyn u
were demolisbed by a gale last night. te
Three of the most xpert counterfeiterse in the l
country. HBetor Auoer, G(,e. St. Michael and
Isaac Mnartin. have been arrested at Lawrence, b
Mass., and taken to Boston for examination. to
te1ts t d I ttterdam tupptleh Sp.ateh Af. 1
Rorrsnorax, Nov. .--Aertons riots occurred e
bere yesterday. whioh drew the fire of the sol-a
diers ulon the rloters, killing several and woond
Slg many citmes. Namerous arrests have been al
Ltr.'aatr L. Nov. 2.-Thbs \merioM bark Bound
Ing Billow, from Bareelona .o New York, lost her
main foretop and misses mast, of the coat of ol
Portugal, on the 13th of October. o0
MasnlR. Nov. 2.-Tbe Provisioal Government
is about reinforcing Cuba. The city of Havena b
is autborized to borrow ten million crowns for the
completloo of the Ilabe! canal.
Loron. N,.v. 2.-The Brietish government de- w
clines to recognize the rights claimed by the Hod
son Bay company In the territory between Canada a
and the Pee fic coast.
The rl.t. which ocoarre at Rotterdam on at
urday, were not of a poli aI charaster. A qular- b
rel arose betwees the citsenas and police, m
which the latter were overpowered. Troops were
sent from Hague to restore order. A severs con
test took place in the streets between ie troops
and the people. Three men were klled sad P
about 100 woonded. Slty arrests have been
made of parties implicated lI the riot. The city c
is qeet eder the guardianahup of the military. Il
YlltnsD. N.y. 2.-A decree will soon be issued
masking a rr doctio In the number of the stand
lg army Iueeniones have broken out among b
members o' the democratic party.
Lowosr, Nov. 2.--Pormal dssolation of Parlita
meet oe- Ure on the Ilth lnst.
Several distaect earthquakes have been felt in
the western eonties of England and Wale-.
Prince Alfred bes departed in the Galatia for
a voyage around the world. h
Chlit mlaskm-Towa letrmed -Insurgeate De
fIested Ever -wheret c
Ha' n. Nov. 2.-The government ban receir v
od ltfermataion, whloh is published a the Yocatta,.
that several skirmishe have taten place between
the troops and lrnrrectiotaats, In all of which
the troops were soeemntl. All diturbanes have
been cofiur d to the locality a which the first I
one broke out, and the number of revelutionists
The troops stormed the town of Bisnira and
defeated t LUserrectoniLts. causing tem to
The general oommaeding the Oriental Depart- I
trent reports that 04. Quires met and defeated
the htatrgenta betwees the towns of aire and
Jinsti, killing 13 ad captaring many arms and
VicitcltG. Nov. 2.--aised down yesterday,
Ithg Born ad 8ilver Spray at 10 A. x. Magenta,
tollte Abhle end Cotinental at noon. Bart Able
at 3 and Vickaburg at 4 r. . River tati~nary.
IO'tvrII.Ln, Nov. 2.- River rilog. 3 feet r;
inches in the canal. Weather clear and pleases'.
Br. LcotIS, Nov. 1.-River falling rapidly.
rexas Agrtr.e-3hk le*eir- - Peansyt
GALVErON. NOv. 2.-A onumber of interior pa
ere are clamorous for an election, but no organ.
zed action ha been htad. nor is It belleved there
will be any attemp-t to v, te.
ALTOSe, ILn.. Noe. ".--Five mea, dlecovered
WhUo robbiag a bank, kllea the watchman and
PBILDLHIA. NoV. 2.-Judge Read. in the
Ui 00this stateo of s I ca come to hot
one eesLotea: that the whlte ee oseral
Iartll t stes by the iist r.I branch of the
pa the act of the Geserl ' nl, amA should
be rejected at the pols, sad I mate the following tak
'' November ,1818.-It is now ordered that no fog
more alieans be nataralised in this court.' " Pa
FPostw, Nov. 2.-Judge Clifford, of the United the
Rtatee Circuit Couart, decided in the caee of the idec
Merchte' National Beak wevs. the State National tiot
Bank that a bsk has so power tocertify a chchk
for a third pert. t
BSaVARNA, Mov. 2.-Both parties claim that co
they will bave a mjority to morrow. Cavasliung of
is progressing quietly. Weather cold, with a of
slight tret lat night. led
Otian, Nov. 2.-The Indians removed a rail lea
near badney, destroying a freight train and kiting h,
the fireman. 33 1
Five desperadoes were hung near Gilmore on pe
Friday by a vigilance committee. the
hT. Louis, Nov. 2.-The Republican has a di
patch from Arkansas stating tht Hinds's death A
was the mesult of a female diffcloulty. wei
FROM UOUTNW'DT PAXS. der
F.oTu"HwSTg PAs, Nov. 2-11 A. M.-Barometer Yo
30:40. Wind north sad blowing hard. Arrived :
steamships Concordia, Hedge, Boston, to Creevy, st
Nickerson & Co. De 8oto, Eaton, from New t
York, via Havan, to Harris i Bidlell. Bied: poi
steamship Cortes. t
PotTnwerr PAes Nov. 2-6 P. m.-Barmstet 1
30:36. Wind northeast sad light. A ed a
,tea 01 Qt~ Id/Jas.ie, ts New track. on
N days from Honduras, fruit to A. Kosehan. No clf,
Ioo.xn. Nov. 2-Noon.-Holiday to-day. on
LIvavloot. Nov. 2--oon -Cotton tending Wi
up. 0ales 16,000 baes. Breadsteb quiet. Tal be.
low 52.. 6d. we
LitrrvooL, Nov. --A.tsrnooe.-Cottoa grm. NIb
Middling upanlead lld.; middlin Orleans ll;d. ha
Lard dull. Tpentine 25s. 9d. Tallow 51s. an
S Bvas, Nev. --Oottea e the pot 1.31; afloat lnt
S Fa ~Froas, Nov. 2.-Bonds firm, 791. Wt
LItVErooL, Nov. 2-Eveing.--Cotton firm;
Ssles 15,000 bales. Cora 39s. Red Wheat 9. 10d. pe
e Havs, Nov. 2-Evening.-Cottoa doll. tin
HAvANA, Nov. 2.-The saugr market is quiet. t
Several plaatUWes yesterday aad to-day com in
menced grinding. A heavy storm from the m
northward is expected. se
NSw YORK, Nov. 2.--Pi-twetlies of '62,
a 109: of 'Ot, 1074; of '65 new, 1104; of '67, as
110 : of '68, 110; : 10-40's, 105. a
Sb w Yoas, Nov. 2-Cotton steadier: sales 2000
bales; middling unlands 25j253o. Flour dull;
Western 85 8009 65 ; Soothern, good to choice ro'
extra $8 75: cemmon to fair extra st$9 70. pa
Wheat lW2c lower. Corn lover; mixed West- NI
era $1 10@1 17. Ots advaninag: new Western sh
S74@,ie. Provisions quiet. Mes pork $36 8. ev
S ard heavy, 17417. Whisky quiet. Sugar and tb
coffee firm. Turpentine 44t4i~j . Rosin 82 400( B
2 75. Freights doll, j@1 c. on cotton. Money tb
tightest of the season; 7 on ail, with Qj comrn he
mtsion, to gold. Gold closed weak, 1331. Star. Al
ling quiet, 1091. Governments steady but quieter. at
. Tennessces, aew 694; North Carolinas 64,
Snew 67. tb
Loctvi;LI.L Nov. 2.-851e 30 hhds. Lagn to
medItm lest $6 25(5 60. Wheat $1 90@2. 1n t
S rfine fi.our $86065 Corn 9003o. for old, 450
se 6c. for new. Oats 60455o. Rye $1 3501 38.
Mess pock 831. Lard 17c.. Beoos-Bboolders W
13 c.: clear rib sides 17.; clear sides 14418. em
Whisky, raw, free $1 0201 06. St
S IncINNArt. Nov. 2.-Flour dull and lower; a
Family $7 2607 50 Corm 96o.e81 for old,.0 6o. a
for new. Oats 670@58. Cotton quit at 3. Pro- e
visions quiet. Lard 16j4160. Greeo mest 7~, 10 cl
s and 12c. Bacon-shoulders 134e.; ribbed sdes
r 15c.; clear sides 17c., hams 1c 56c. Batter 34
@37c. Eggs 29430O. Cheese 15@lc. la
ir. Loris, Nov. 2.--uperflne flr 85 2505 75.
SFall wheat 1 5002 05. C ran 85@95o. Oats 46
°. @50c. Pork 53003030 0. Bacon-shoulder 131o.; d
c-ear rib sides 17c.; clear sides 17c. Lard 20c. N
J Wbisky $1 05. c
MOBILE, Nov. 2.-Cotton sales 1000 bales;
sr market quiet and firm; middlings 234c. Receipts di
f8ocal Jpittiugnct. it
1728 bae-o. o "
rd MATTERS ARE IIEAxRKABLY TRAItC'IL in and m
about the Custom House now-a days, and the N
echo of one's footstep sounds drearily through e'
the dark corridors and halls. As we had anrtci- t
he patdd, the opening of the boslates season, the or.
°d rival of cotton and the impetus given to every
e, branch of business. from the toothpick trade up
to banking, has dispersed the hordes of office
seekers who whilom were wont to stand about the d
offices of the two collectors, anuffing their coming t
from afar and pouncing upon them when they
came. We are glad to thus find the number of
Lr. unemployed diminishlang and glad t so that many
of them, discarding the hope of obtaining a gov
ernment position, uncertain at best and useless as
ol stepping-atone to advancement, have gone to
d- work at outside labors, which, while at first less
remunerative, are yet more permanent and profit-.
a ble in the end. And yet, spite of the pressure of a
id applications of late, business has been going b
steadily on, and all the departments are in excel, ti
of lent working order. Our reporter frequently has e
occasion to wander in and out through the various p
offices. and is always observant oi the quiet, bust. A
et neas-like air which prevails from aend to end of the h
h building. In fact the Custom House is, between
9 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon, a little
world of itaelf, in which hundreds of men for t
dthe time buoy themelvei, forgetful of the pest
Scity without. At noon luoach is brought them from ti
a little stand which an enterprising dealer has set c
_up in the main portion of the building, sad at e
evening they put on coat nd hat and forget oraie,
business, everything, until 9 o'clock the nextday.
In this regard they are envied by the reporter, p
in who drives his quill until midnight. t
No one ever enters that budlding without ex.
preesing both wonder and regret at its non-com- c
Spletion. Even the pigeons, we wager, which fly
about among the ralters, and with their ltrle,
It claws track the dust, which must have been col. a
lecting for ears on top of those huge pillars aad
d corDnices. ask themselves with a wondering atis t
factiI n why such an elegant rookery has been
g built for them, upon o magnflecent a fouoodsation
Itof granite and marble. Many can recall the day
when, with pomp and ceremony, the foundation
stone was laid. Hew many then preeent foully be
lieved they would live to ese the green bough fIy
for ing rom its summit to indicate a completion of
the work. If you would really form an idea of
how tie buildiang is to look in future go and look
at the iron model of it, which stands in the corner
of the great court up stairs.
We have often intended making an Illusion to
those .tairways. Alas, bow tar their woolen steps
e :td , hsky framework fnall short of the archi ect's
deblgn. But they have done well enough you say
r for thelast few years, and w:ll do well enough
ts, r as rrany more. All right, if that satisfies you.
The United 8s'tee Courts will coon open, cornm
h merce ,ll1 tncrease again, and the next month
Swill probably see thie interior of the great granite
rat pile teeming with life and bustle.
AF FTAt. SPrEI.-An Englkshman named John
Nathing. a journeyman caroenter, has for sonme
atnn e back been an the employ ot Mr. Pitman, the
butcilr. Hle was a sober and industrtoua man,
art- d good workoman. A short time slnce he re
t ceined a remittance of Lii0 in gold from his rela
ted uves in litrminrgham, England. lie seemed to be,
S s a matter or course, nuch elated at this unex
and pected piece of good fortune, and to s'-sw hi joy
at once went on a big spree. The spree terminar
ted in congestion of the brain, which ended fa
tally. An inquest was held yesterday on the
body. and a verdict rendered in accordance with
ta, I otr of the new L.uitanos lIenevelent
ble Asociation, at the GCirod street cem vtery, was
y. yesterday thrown open to the public. It isa mag*
it i onicernt structure. Its two rows of vaults inside
es. were handsomely and appropriately adorned.
0nue of the tombs in the same cemetery were
very tastefully dressed. There were a few with
archbes of flowers over them--lile around death
which were oarticularly noticeable. The general
appeareance of the cemetery was not, however, a
e- n as it has been in past years. The tombe of the
vareius colored benevolent societies, of which the
Girod streit cemeter ;s fall, were all decorated,
Ss- ome v, r plaily, othre more elaboraily. The
colored people were out there L great numbers.
BrrCIAL Ormcx Mmas yYeterday arrested a
red colored woma usaed Mary Lewis, who has been
and employed for a month puast s a servat at No.
li4 Julia et.t, n a Oharge o havin from
the time to time Comltied larces7 by taI arutcles
lm- of one kind or ameth from the hease. ArteD
es: with a search wemrt, OffiBr Marks visited a
p hout bose on Orleas I whbre the scausnd was
al. n the habit of g0og, there, sure eouh,
ith I ond a hetero os etiof plates, cups,
rs gobets, pincdsea, , b oo, beddig,
seuld cothin --in short, everythn th a Nervt la
stang care of a hoese weod be apt to dad Siari. n
ber reach. Among the atolea guods, too, were him
found-just in time, by the was-the registration torse
papers of a gestllema living at the hone wheoce Tr
the ploperty bed beeo taken. The artl-les were day,
identifed, sad Mary was locked up for examine the
tion beurte the r. color
THr Ex-UNIrt SoLDoIsa' AND SArLOns' Demorri. How
tic Club at the elose of the compain finds itself sels
composed of three hundred member eveery one the I
of whom has served either with the army or navy ly, b
of the United States. aed organized sad control- A
led with en efficency highly creditable to its gal. in t
lant president Gen. Steedmen, and its active msr. ingti
sial ('-l. Darllg. A call at the club rooms, Nos. othe
33 and 35 Caronaelet street, at any time and an in. rifles
spectioo of the neatness aid systm wi h which
they are kept, woe'd well repay the visitor. grey
ALL Soots' Day.-The different cemeteries Ti
were thronged, yesterday, with all classes and tity
colors of people. The orphans from the asylums, theh
clad in their best, but still reminding one of the the
descriptions of English novelties, bent their me- was
chanical way from cemetery to cemetery. hope
Young and old ladies, clad in the finest silks, mag
and others in soberer raiment, all turned their Gi
steps towards the" burying ground " Most went die
to pay the annual tribute to the dead; the lesser
portion to show their beauty In the very recep- Ti
tacle to which we must all come at last. dist
she diferes tombs of distinguashed peeonages ceasn
and of Pg wer bIatty . _lot.
aend. " 4T64o- 'l. tAlbemrt idhey
Joanston, aid other heroee of the dead Coefeders- -
cy, were heaped with bouquets and wreaths of -i
laurel. In every portion of each cemetery were l'n
to be seen the tender remembrances of the living med
for the loved ones that had gone before. tine
In the Girod Street Cemetery, at the footetone finO
of one of the noblest men of our generation and n
one of the dearest friends we have ever had, o
Walliam M. Semple, were several offerings of A
heartfelt, Christisn remembrance. We know un
well whence they eame from the Florence thrc
Nightingale of the Confederacy; the lady who Ant
has soothed the pillow of many a dyoin soldier, slot
and whose devotion exceeds the remembrance of then
All Saints' sad All Souls' Days are solemn days
with the people of New Orleans. we:
TnA HABcoo CLrs held a very large and ear. Bot
nest meeting last night. They resolved to cos- mai
tine the organlsation, no matter for the result of doo
the election. There are forty.four Hancock clube
in the State, all of which are actuated with the
same feeling as the parent club in this city. With of I
such a same at their head they cannot fall. de
To-morrow night the Hancocks hold a meeting ing
and elect permanent officers. Let every member t
ARRuraLS n rTe CeTY are daily more nume- los
rous, the visitors being not only from the Interior stri
parishes and the neighboring ttates, but from the the
Northern and Western cities. The hotel records bis
show marked increase of buiness, and there is pr
evert reason to hope than an active eseon awaits D
the St. Charles, St. Louls, St. James and City ate
Hotels, all of which are to be open throughout dul
the winter. And by the end of the week we shell the
have three or four theaters la fall blest nightly. but
Ah! bow agreeable and encouraging all this is san
after the dearth and dullness of summer. V
Tax Taxrzsn As yesyrday, as shows by the vel
thermometer at C. Duhamel's. 111 Canal street, c
was as follows: At A. . 62 degrees; 13i.
0; 3 r.m. 63; 61. u.66. tin
AN Atzrtals TnAv\ELt..-Major Frank (G. Pit
Watson. well known for his gallantry and effci. bs
ency durtin the war. Is just back from his native bh
State, Arkansas, where he has been exerting him. se
self to good purpose on the Little Rock Gazette, t
as an assistant editor. Major Watson intends to fit
engagle In the wholesale grocery business in the th
Tan roMS of the illustrious Henry W. Allen, the po
noblest of our generation in Louisiana, was abao
lntely smthered with flowers and immortelles d
yesterday and the day before. The grave of this In
great man, who loved Louisiana with a woman's 3t
devotion. has been marked out by the ladies of mi
New Orleans as the subject of their sedulous ag
care. There is not a blade of gram which springs tt
up around the spot that is allowed to grow; the on
drooping flowers and the fading festoons are an
weekly ree$eeld bkssb emdebetS45 bhasrted 1I
women, for whom Gov. Allen confronted death i
on many bloody fields, always on horseback, in ch
the van of the attack or the rear of the retreat, be
ie!, remember the eacriflces,ehe bravery and the tw
Smagnanimity of the hero. With the women of 50
New Orleans the memory of Henry W. Allen will i
h ever be as fresh ad fragrant as the flowers which at
I. they strew upon his grave.
" lHow sleep the brave who sink to rest,
y With all their country's wishes blest ?"' o
THE CRISCENT RrPOaTEa cheerfully makes the ta
e <,adr,., at the request of Armand Quiwr., presi
dent of the Democratic Spirit of '6;, or the iojus- `t
tice done registrar A. Bertonneau, of the Seventh Ie
ward, in the local column of Sunday. Mr. Ser
tonneau has bees at work, so Mr. Qiiri tells, Ir
night and day since the close of registration, wi
Smaking up his books and preparing them for the Ri
u necessities of to-day.
I IT Is QcTrr UNsaYE to mount the stairs of the 01
t- court home whilst the masons are at work on the
f new Seventh court room. Such is their hbrry to FI
g be in readiness for the regular opening of court to
. that they let their mortar and brick-bats fly in
s every direction. One fell upon the head of a
a practitioner yesterday, but unlike the heel of
I1 Achilles, that ias the only invulnerable part of
e his body.
TaIs Tztrna Coiurn opened its session yester-.
day morning at eleven o'clock, Justices Tallaferro,
Howell and Howe being present, but without PI
Stransacting any business beyond the calling of
t cases and a number of motions of no publl inter
it est. Adjoarned to the 9th inst., at 11 A. x.
, et-ca WvATHi As W. HAD TYISERDAYv makes a
* man appeeatet what a glorious boon existence is, w
r, provided health go hand In bhand with It. And evens c
to the invalid, the cool fresh air, tempered by the
* rays of a genial sun, brought nothing but an in- D
n* creased desire for the return of that bodily C
y strength indispeneable to real happiness. Canal
is street was radiant with life, the stores were full O
h of ladies bus ly shopping, men went about their
4 every day affairs with a qutiker, live ier step. and e
5 the whole population m tact seemed infused with
Sa new animation. t
STue RrncazIs seem determin'd that if they
ein Co,,t carry "an honest elect;ujr to day, it shall i
. be a ilm tf election. 2
Tun GAi.LANT FossIL GUlARDn met last even
ing at their headquarters, '0 St. Ciarles street.
Tne bosiress of the club were traneacted, after
Swhich the question was as to the dispoelion of the ,
r fnunds on hand and the property of the club.
whi h. on motion, was tranafered to the new or- a
ganzst on, which is to be initiated on Thlurday a
evertig next. There being no other business be
lfire the club, on motion It ajournedi to meet on I
Thoracay evening next for the purpose of perma
O-u Kn xii yO~i cs R:E.o, Eusene Deedunes, the I
th secretaryjof the Board of BSciol l)irectors, in t
Ie forms us that the regular meeting which shoald
occur this evening, bs postponed noti Wednesday i
evensing, the 1th. Mr. Deednes never forgets
n the pres, and the press is duly grateful.
e PTas EXIErPT r C:Tr Of that sterling fire COm
pay, Columbie 3, give a grand ball on the Lath
nst., at the Odd Fellows Ball.
a- A ItIortyr Or'Ir F.ErTERttr-T e f.'ecr,'v
I'e , 1 i :'j 1Ji, .t'o ri.--I t was reported at poylice I
x- headquarters )e.- rday morning that letweno 2
o7 and : oclock A. x. the registration o. :e for the
a First Ward, at the corner of Isae and Annncisa
r- tion streets, had been entered by some unknown
the personer persons, who iad carried oil a pa t ,f
th the recerds and so mutr.l!'ed others as to renaer
them useless. Superintendent Cain upon recet,
int g the report at once dispatched a special otfier
Sto make investigations, who, returning, reported
Upon investigation I find the within statement
e correct, but no clue by which to duco er the
The office is located in such an isolated plane
that the act has been done without having neces
b srily attracted any attention. Toe window
through which the parties entered is easily
Sopened, being loosely fastened. The following
he public property ha been carried off, viz :
Origial registry books.
Two precinct index books.
Four oath books.
rs. SIx poll books.
SVerinous surmises as to who perpetrated this cot
een are offere4, but up to last evenmg no one had
Mo. been arrsted ant accused of It The registry
rem office is located upon the premises of a ciored
les womas, who herself lves to an adjoiningl hosem.
med cly separated by an alley way. That she did not
Id a hear the nise necessaruily mad by the intruaders
was in lifting the wtindow perhap strug,. bro t does
ih, not positively iavolve any u ompiocty a her sart
Tps, he Tide book, altheh mnid to e mach ee
spattere with Ink, was l befted. saad is yet
savasable; but we would agda la mpres It heare
apsm every voter to ase hm regrOw paper wwy rT
him to the peolls. Over three thewssd were regis
tered Ia this ward.
Tnt LExADerO TorMe among the darkies yester j'
day was the advice given them from the pulpit on
the day before, by '.Brother Stepto*" and other lowi
colored divines, to keep away from the polls. plan
How to reconcile this with he oft repeated con- ote
aels of Warmoth A Co.. to vindicate themselves at
the ballot box, they did'nt appear ,o ktow exact vote
ly, bat took it for greated it was all right. trati
A SACRlLIOIOrs VILLAtN was arrested yeeterdsy
in the cemetery, corner of Prytania sad Wabh- regal
ington streets. with a quantity of china ware and cine
other orraments on his person, which he had o'cl
rifled the tombs of. The fate that is due to such
a wretch is that which should have attended the
great spoon marauder if he had been captured. FI
Two INTroxCAr ID INDIVIDUALS lavaed the ame. lie .
tity of the Cathedral, on Sunday evening, and in F
their maundin condition canued great alar among lis
the many lemale comemnioants. Their conduct
was habmeful and outrageous, and it is to be
hoped they will be adequately pualshed by the stret
magistrate before whom they are to be brought Brot
GIsntAL Rorsesan visited the locality of the Ede
different cemeteries yesterday. 'Pt
TaI PEcmETS OF INTERNAL REsvENU for this A t
district durtg the mouth of Oetobere wrt L*- J. 1
ceases, $7417 48; aed valeem tax, $67,831 W. Wo.
loal. 8$6,248 54. =r
UlwawntvA Corr srow s Wanmr's Coerma Ot
--1here were no new cases before the comms. g
sit nor yesterday. There will be an argumet
made to-morrow by dae Atocbha for prowesoea
time, and Ovr. Wells and Col. Pield for the de.
fence in the case of those sceased with the murder Fell
in Terrebonae of Frank Waidrich, a brakeemas p
on the Opelousss Railroad. A 1e
A monso was diseovered, about 5 o'clock on que
Sunday morniag, stealthily eIeotina entrance Mel
through a lattice window of the uose No. 153
Annuaetstion street. the reidence of Mrs. Batch- P
elor. He was fired at by one of the inmates, and . I
thereupon incontinently fled. Bar
A QgANtTY oF coorans and other valuables Nor
were stolen, about 8 o'clock on Sunday morning, p
from the house of Mr. Octave Morel, No. 2i Fe
Bourbon street, by some unknown thief, who
made both entrance and exit through the front Veg
A WOMlAN, in crossing the gutter at the corner B
of Rampart and Orleans streets yesterday. acci- licit
dentally fell. trikinag the bhnquette, and sastain- and
uing serions injuries peon the head. She was taken
to the Charity epl for treatmest.
A MAN NAmE JNo. WALKEr, employed In uon
loaning the ship Ivor, lying at the foot of Second
street, yesterday, fell trots the staging, striking Itre
the edge of the vessel in his fall, and fract ing Co
bin shall. is recovery is however o redh Ja
MATTERS REMAItND IN -TATU QtO at the police p
station and City Hall yesterday. Capt. Chin being ton
duly commissioned as superintendent pro ten. by
the Polce lBoard, remained in charge of the ofice, mit
but found but little to attend to so far as the peace Jot
I and quiet of the city sers concerned. Lrrsa. ip
were few and trivial at that. and the day was. we
venture to say. the most tranquil that ever pre
ceded that of an election in New Orleans. 68
BF ramsTanrtNT CamN last eveaing issued die. slot
tinct Isatroottes to the captains of precinots In Cle
person, he haviag summoned them to his oNoe,
that each of them would be held strcly reponsi- Fel
bhe for any. disturbanee ocorrtag within the
section of the city under his command. N e but
the regular members of the polise force, now about I
five hunadred strong, will be on duty threughont neo
the day. Jai
Oxw BENDP.rE AND N1!CrEEN DEATHS were re- Fi
ported last week, an increase of eleven over the I
number reported for the week previous. Sixteen
d ed of gunshot or other wounds, 1 drowned. 3 n
lockjaw, 5 congestion of the brain 9 consumption, W.
3 lever, 1 billious, I congestive, I nervouo, 1 re. St
Smtttent, I typhoid fever. 2 heart disease, 1 old
age, 2 preumniona. 2 typhoid pneumonia. 2 prema
ture birth. 12 still born. and the balance of varl- co
cun ordinary diseases: 71 were males. 45 females, we
sad 3 not stated. Eighty were whites, 27 blacks, E.
S12 molatte; 7e were Mwee ao ·e U1 tMa,
h T17 not stated, and 80 were foreigners; 4-were
children under 10 years, 3 between 10 and 15, 6
between ]; and 20. 9 between 20 and :0. 14 be. let
tween ;; a d 40 10 between 40 end 50. 11 b-tween s
S50 ao d .t, 7 between 60 and 70, 1 between 70 and H
II ,, 3 between h0 and 90, 1 between 90 and 100,
h ard 5 whose ages were not reported.
the names of the sixteen persons who died of tw
gun-hot or other wounds were as follows, via: J.
Wir ite-Edward Malone, thirty-sx years old, fhe
native of hletand, gunshbot wounds and stabs, Oc
Stuter 27. loquest held by Coroner Roche.
S'etrick Brady, October 25. corner of rhalla and stn
s". t. ('harls streets, from hatchet wounds. Inquest
A I eid by Coroner Roche. at
I oroilnes Sullivan. forty-five years old, native of
s, Ire'ar,d, died at 514 Mag ,zine street frem gunshot
w, wuud. Inquest held, October 2-1, by Coroner co
.e Rtche. A
Literio Barbs, twenty-seven years o'd, No. 35 W
SIl.epital street, native of Italy. gunshot wound,
e October 27. Inquest by Coroner AviIts.
Bernard Lavall, twenty-nine years old, native of
a France. No. 12 Moreau street, from wounds, Oc- Ft
ttober 29. Inquest by Coroner Avilla.
in Cblttd-Alfred Gardner, thirty-six years old.
on Dryadesstreet, near Jackson-gunshot wound; M
october 2;. Inquest held by Coroner RIche.
Frank UoskTna., age nut stated; died corner C
Melpomene and Pr)tenia streets, from gunshot
wi nude. Iqquest held by Coroner BRoche.
S James Wilitamrs, twenty-one years old; at 36 di
a Pbhlip street, trum gunshot wounds, October 27. re
of Iquest held by Coroner Roche.
r Uknown colored man, about twenty-flee years
old : Second District. October 27, from wounds.
Inquest by Coroner Avtlla. It
a Ed. Jones, twenty-four years old: gunshot R
is, wund, Frarnklin street. October 23. Inquest by
a Coroner Avtla.
Ge ;eorge Allen, thirty -five years old; Second
n- District, from wounds, October 2S. Inquest by t
ly Coroner Avilla.
at N. Dev ej. fity years old : from gnnshot wound,
il Oc ober '27. ILquet by troner Roche
Ir Joseph Artoice, ten years old; killed by a club,
rd Ot< Ier "2. Irquest by Coroner Roche. I
th Aled Adrlrt we, twenty five years ,ld. on Ber
trand dtret ; died from guo-hit wounds, Octobec
eSI, Il qeast held by Coroner Roche.
.loht F-x, twenty-eight yeara old, coroner Plor- I
iha ard saucage street: died of wonuds, October
2'. Inquest held by Coroner Avlls. .t
t. ANoTHaka Voie Fow Tars lIKAaII.TES -Mr. B.
r F. P'iexotle, of New York. oast grand siar of
he the order of Bnai lIerith. replies to Adolph Moses'
i assertion, that the .Jews won:J vote for (;rant, in
y a letter to an Ilrselite of Roclhester. He says:
"e y Ht heir sacts e shall judge them.' and so we
In IsraltePes. not sv lsraelites i nrime but a- l.rael- J
a- (i-c tr ly rep ese-ting the princIple of divine
nuercy, iurtice and liberty, a. Artericaa citzerirs,
:he lo3l. patriotic and devoted "' to the death" to
t the Irlepervstion of our greeat Maua Charts-the
(id 1- nn'itu n, rnd thbe Itta·imabie and priclest
cy blesirgs wh(ih flow from i's due operatioo, have I
eta indped Gen. Grant ard the Republioan party, and
the verdict is, ' fund wanting.' Jews are not
to be paltered with in "a donhe sense;" the ooor
Snegro will yet exper ence what:t means thus ,o
,t det- t with hy those who have etlen the lvery
of heaven to serve their own ba-e and mercenary
e ends. Tie profession of virtue does not coneti
ice te i tfi vlrt~oc a man, and the hour will surely
2 come wti-h hhal prorve tt:e ty-cri:-y, cunningand I
the Itnud whaich now. in t t aree -it .utlrage, social
is , qushlty and law, the kepublican party seek to
S i15 it "s fcrirn to an i.raeli'e to be dlsnayed I
-ir by de'eat to be du hearteceJ by treachery. or to
i-. 3itd *rj his manhood, even were the " threats of
Ct p wer " or the prospects of conquest tee times
ted more lowering than in this moment they arte, so I
wi uld tbd every gallant American citizen, be he
at Jew or Gentile, but csecially my people, who
the tintimately know me. to be of good cheer; to
reiiy to the standard of the Democratle party,
we wCh bhas ever bsheltered the oppreeed and Indi
e- cated the rights of all men "under the law,"
ow and to fight the good fight with brave heartns sad
sily nndsoanted courage, snd victory may yet light
i-g upon cur banners. But should it be otberwise-
ahltuld the Iadical party triumph, we can yet
;--ae the conciousnems of knowing, through
evrry' tcesitudeof the futuore, that we, In the
hour ,f trial, "did our duty.'
" Work, while it is to-day, for the night cometh,
act wherein no maen cua wonrk."
stry Last week aI Germas paper a New york con
redtalued an advertisemeft nsoauelg that ifty me
ase, were wanted at 19f8 Broadway, at the rats of
not per week. At b o'clock, wben the estre ma
ders opened. there were not las thea fivre hea ed e
ies atbered about the door, aet sh plicea hab
art is eard. were wholly umegealto the tla et seep
ie- lag back the erowd, which leereasre ever o
yet nt, anti at 9 o'cleck the advertLe ansoaed
here thea the q~eo wU led
T1 TE FeVIa 3s o NomW OsLUAU m*s"
N]w Omn.raa, Nov. 3, ru.6 Fr
The attentionu voters is elled to the fol. oid(
lowing statement of the various pellting
places. By referring to it carefully each C
voter may aseertain the plece where he a t
vote. Every peseon should take his res p
tration papers with him to the polls; on the Bar
regitration paper the number of the pre- . (
cinct is given. The pells will be opened at 7 Pt
o'clock A. x. and close at 6 P. . : gum
bras? MW50al5. Ovel
FiraT WAs-Boeoded by PFeMoIt Road, Thae PI
lia street end the river. Ras
First Precinct-Bileded by Feliiety road, Th. Leel
lis street the river sad Meagsie street.
Poll No. 1, Englee Bores No. 12.Toboupitouls st,
street, A to G, Iacusive. Commissiones: J. J. ile
Brown. E. J. Martines, Theodore Marks, Clerks: P
Edwin H. Noise, John H. Weigle. Dos
-Poll No. 2, Engite House No. 1, Hueter strt, Ca
H to N inclusive. Como n J AL. 4e
J. Lieela, ugePa as. Q : twe
Woedweak, Bd. Flaaega. L.(
PeM Me.aserenret em h 40r
0 to iaelastve. Commislomene: IL 8. A1 C
Heary rBeahaw, Jr., Heary Hepp. Clerk: Ias
Becond Prnscin -- Beded by Mag·lse stee, Me
Felicity RBod sad Thalia street. aev
Poll No. 1, enage houe No. 20, Thabs street, i
A to Inclusive. Commissioners: J. N. HBea- bet
qoes St. Lees Depetre, Chas. N. Moure. Clerk: O
Poll No. 2, coraner Bt. Charles sad Eterp, H to p
N. inolusive. Commisiloners: John Stamps, By. a
Bartel, P. B. Bell. Clerks: Thos. L. Porter, J. B. W.
Poll No. 3, St. Charles, between Polymsala nd Ot
Felioity, O to Z Inluelsive. Comsmlesnmer: Heary J.
Veges, WUllam cDeeaia, Sullyades. Clarks: 5
lhaile Weisblur, H. M. O'Medlle. la
hCO~ D WAI D-Bounded by Thala street, Fe- Col
lioity Bead, the river, Juli street, the Nw CGasl, I
and Carreliton avemt.
Third Precinct-Bounded by Thalli and Jliat pi
streets, the river and Camp street.
Poll No. 1, A to G inclusive, No. 6 Poeyfar ro
street, between Tcbhopitoulas and Aamesaiste. prt
Commissioners: John Connell, Dealel Healey,
James Grattsn. Clerks: James D. Hamer,
obert MaLay. t
Poll No. 2, H to N inclusive, No. 1706 Tabept.
toolter street, between Julia and St. Joseph. Co gie
mtskcnerh: Joseph Howard, Edward Adolph, tar
John MoLay. Clerks: T. J. Crtin. B A. Phil- Ke
Poll No. 3, O to Z nchlusive, Engine House No. et
6 St. Joseph street, corner Commerce. Coamie.
aloners: A. A. Stone, W. B. Ryan, Walton Porter. va
Clerks: Joseph Bourdeanof, Lewis J. 8eaver.1
Fourtr Precinct-Bounded by Thalia street, m
Felicity Road, Julia street, the New Canal, Camp Ga
street and Caroadelet Avenue.
Poell No. 1, A to E ienolrlve, Locust street, oear IA
ner Delord. Commissiners: E. T. Burnham, L
James Alexander, W. J. Moore. Clerks: L. F.
Fisher. Es Chisholm.
Poll No. 2, F toJ toolunmve, Franklin street, oe- dr
nor Thalia. Commestoners: George W. Bevaus,
W. T. Stocker, George D. Geddes. Clerks: T. R. pr
Stoc ker. E. H. C. Golton. LC
Poll No. :, K to N inclusive, Beroane street,
corner St. Joseph. Commissioners: J. M. Leo. W
wentelon, Jourdan Noble, Louis A. Moritz. Clerks L.
E. Sewelt, dR. rtly.
ptlt N. 4, to 8 w elma , BIlee rees 1,
Calliope street, betweet St. Charles sad Creadoe- o
let. Commisasoners : E. C. Murray, P. Mumford,
SS. W. Thompson. Clerks: Charles Weaver, A. st
Poll No. 5. T to Z Inclusive, No. 206 Julia, be- ht
I 'ween Carondelet and Baroene. Commlssioners: p1
J. N. HBeriques. A. L. Plattmler, . C. W sts G
field. Clerks: James Geary, A. Pilnobe. as
TaHiD WaRD-Bounded by Julia and Ca!al
I streets, the river and the lake.
it Fth I',-reeia,ct-Bounded by Julia and Canal
ý streets, the river and St. Charles street.
,t Poll No. 1, Englne ouse Mselmstippi No. 2.
r corner eatchez and Tehoupitoulasstreets. From
A to K. Commissioners: N. W. Travis, P. P. I
Walsh, J. E. btillweli. Clerks : T. A. Menzies,
Marcellus Larm. .
If Poll No. 2. Lafayette street, corner of Camp. .
From L to Z. Commissioners: Wm. R. Miller, S
Daniel Schobel, G. T. Lathrop. Clerks: John F. o
Miller, Solomon lsac..
.i.rlh P're.ict-Bounded by Julia, Canal, St.
r Charles and Bampart streets. a
Poll No. 1, No. 115 Baronne street, near Poy.
;6 dras street. From A to U. Commissioners: Le
renzo Hodson, Clarence E. Holmes, John Halsey. a
Clerks: Edward 8ewell, P. W. chart.
Poll No. 2, No. 117 Carondelet street. From H
to N. Commisionera: Alexander McKee, G. W.
t Boper, 1. G. Telser. Clerks: J.J. Healey, Tkos.
id Poll No. 3. No. 113 St. Charles street. From O
y to Z. Commssioners: Joh F. Brenaner, .I. E.
Stephens, 8amuel Warden. Clerks: Bobern
d, Hnogbes. James Warden.
: Si ,. th 'r,,inct--Bounded by Julia, ('anal and
Rampart streets and the LIke.
S Pull No. 1, A and B, Englo House No. 4It. Cora
mon street. Commissioners: R. P. Blanohard.
r. i Lewis . Bribia. W. A. Baron.
er Poll No. 2, C sad D. No. 301, Gravler street, be.
tween Liberty and Boward. Commisloners: C.
Camp, T. J. Marshall, P. W. Dunbar.
Poll No. 3. E, F and G, No. 14lt Perdido street.
S Commialoners: Benjamin McLearn, John McCor
mack, N. t. Borns.
S Poll No. 4. H, I, J and K. Ni. 333 Claiborne
e street, near Common. Commissioners: R. N.
1 J,Arson, John Bodging. Alexander DL)awson.
no Ploll No. 5, L, M. and Maca, corner of Perdido
,· rd Buain streets. Comminioners: Thoms Lynae,
Jtmee McQuaid. James Leunen.
Poll No. G, N, O. P, Q and R, National H4ll,
re Poydrs street. Commissiners: P. S. Nugent,
G. Flengenshen, Jr., P. M. Williams.
SPull No. 7, 8 and T. corner lasi and Gitrod
o streets. Commiatsomers: W. f. Wrilht, John
r Cottnn, Joseph 4. Crair.
- Poll No. A. U, V, W, X, Y sad Z cornerHow
ly sod and Lsfayotte streets. Commivaiomers: Alex.
Hd McIee, J d. Vueat, J. J. Backett.
a lt iEcott Iim't RICT.
-o FoI.ra- Wac--Bonded by Canal and St.
ed Loui. stresei, the river, the Old C~anal and the
of Eifl,!i P, eic.!-Bornaded by Canal and St.
SLouis streets, ths river sad BRsmpart steet.
he Poll No. 1, at 125 rchange Alley., A to K n
he lousive. Commisealoners: Benry BEldab , D.
to Waters. J. A. Tully.
Poll No. 2, at Eagle Fire Co. No. 7, Dauphin
r,, street, L to Z, inclosive. Commassiloners: 8.
ioad Pa·nser, T. W. Hall, John Pitsptrl*k.
ght Pit ' 4r-; Bea-eBoaad by Byampart ad
Ca'utl streetse, the Old Coanl nd the ltake.
S Pull No. 1, enoi hous Poiloes Hook ad Iad
der Company, corner Contl ud Basis strets, A
to 0O,lnciul4ve. Comissloners; P. Vincent, Jno.
lueammer, Chas. Clark.
Poll No. 2, abolhoohea, earner Robiamo sad
ou Bievllle streets, . to K, InchLasive. Commi
smonerns: Wllam PritoLhard, Denis Croan, Jr.,
a t.L* Merceu .
a Poll No. , ooronr Cllborne nod Coti strnts,
mb L to N, inclusive. Commisiooers: Ja Berke,
p Join Cu, i.h, Zeer.
P. No. 4. 6 Cla oe street, betmee Cati
ad Biavlt strmeets, 0 to Z, tilslve. Co-
missionors: J. A. Shelly, Geo. I Marrison, F. A.
gs Warm- e sd et I4. nlostrd t, We
eid Canal. 8. PbWlp sh, eto dverl the ake.
1d PAredso PhM L1, A to lehNlr r, Uust
Commessuoner's de, St. b tr ket, user Char
tres. Commiesomers: P. Siaveon, G. G. C4e
stant, Chowes . Vtilas.
Poll 2, F to N lstasldw, corer Orleasv sad
Burguady street. Cesmlsldon : Wa. Dlde,
f. Camps, i. Lafhrga.
Poll S, L to P Mietuia,*tetm. Nbetweem ar
goody sad Desphiae. Combmlneiars: A. T. hl
over, N. Slade. A. 1rusem .
Poll 4, Q to Z Inclaske, oerer Toulome snd
Rampart. Cemmislsners: A. Beriard, J. Y.
Leelere. Z. lees.
Jerenth Preinv'-Pell 1, A to I isolusive, Ia
asl, between Toulosr sad SL LeAs. Oasl
e aers: Joe. Jelly, rteest Chere. &. Depre.
Poll 2, F to K Inolsive, oanhl koes of No. 10,
Domeane, not St. Claude. Commraomers: J. B.
Castagnola, Adrift Seat, C LabLat.
.1.a1, L se..U~u r% 11 --, street, e*
tweea Treme sad Mrrrrts n lis :
L. 0. Thalead, or ?n} , A. 3bS .
oa Pol 1. 4 to delt, meam hem li. n.
oa Emi lle ., 1. N. 8triager, Or., Chi e Di)1w .
Prnt Waft--ei d by S Ph IWl
i Meotaitie esd. plamode alretn d the O
sal, tae re and the labs.
r,, vetT rweele-.Pdl .1 , L Php lt,
i between Bourbon sd Royal, A to I helweo.
Oommisloura: L O.Eppel, C. Wds, . D.50.
" Ple No. 2, Hereptal skee, betwems Daupth
sad Bourbeo, H to I elasdve. Oemmiloeas,
L W. W. MoeClloegh. C. . Inclare.
Poll No. . corner Rampart sad Ureultlnp iroM ,
d to Z Iadleive. Cemmlitmens: T. Daphie,
1 J. Pesdi.
:l.irteetuh Preonet-Pe INo. 1, seemr of S.
Claode sad Esplaade streets, A to 0 blehles.
' Comlslomers: 3.. oJ. Boertm, L. lUhermma.
i. Poll No. 2, oomer of Bayou road Cl OlbeUrn
street, i to N laclelve. osmmlsleserm: A.
s Plg stl, V. 0rGm js.
Poll No. 3, ERagne erme of No. 3, gps
Sroad. 0 to Z Iolnaie. Comamloners: C. Ie
I. prd, 3. D. Terreboas.
r, Tani' al rtar r.
r, Bsrwra Wun- vesoded iby WEmpasie uet,
the Old Casal, pel Fields steNet sad the lake.
I. Fonesaul Preriest-Poll .a 1, A to ?W -
I gme Horn No. c, eair of PrFeohmea sad Vie
i, tory streets. Comalsloers : F. M. Crozat, Jie
1 Kededy. Joe. Case.
F fteesth Preoinc--Polt No. 1, A to D, urer
I. of nlyia PtFelds ead Goreen m strets. Oam
mldsslmers: Eomabe Masle, . Amat. ,. VYl
Poll No. 2, E to G, 90 Prechmas strest. Com
I missioers: T. Thienemas, Jos. Griller, J. P.
Poll No. 3. H to K, earner of Eplanade and
1- Love streets. CommtssSomeru: WV. Farragut, F.
a. Lambert, Ch. Gosunad.
P. Poll No. 4, L to N, No. 33- St. dBrasrd stre
Coomileeer : Oscar labLtat S Pare, S. A
s, Poll No. 5, O to 8, oorne of BagaPtllo ed
I. Prosper streets. Commiloaers: J. Pauley,
Louts Palmer, O. Suasenea.
It, Poll No. 6, T to Z, corner of Bayou Road sad
P Washington street. Commuleohran: A. Bradger,
SL. iehrt, Baomr.
*jeburg, A to Z, Eagle BHore No. L C -
l~ 0 mi as: Obhe. ilerhade, Ja Willis., Le
e once Muro.
td, Er.arr Wian-Bonoded by Elylsa Flelds
A. street, lafayette Avenue, the River and the Lake.
.Nteethl Prrin.l--Poll No. 1. A o , to be
Oe- held as Carroll Hall, orner Dasphe sad Elyiads
y: PLelds. Commlisseners: Philip MoKmna, I. P.
Garic sad Arnold Bomas. Clerks: LeLa Rieh
ards, Eng. Leon.
sl Poll No. 2. H to N, to oe held at 507 Da d
street. Commisloeonr: M. Brem, M. Preae sad
Octave Legier. Clerks: P. A. Fortier, Jobsh Dhfz.
Mal Poll No, 3, O to Z to be held at corner of De
phioe and Elyalen Fields. Cemasdleeeus : Ja.
S Bailey. Peter Newus Gustave Leefe. Clers :
Alex. Randolph. E. K. Depart.
omn renteenth, Pr'retlt--Pe No. 1, A to G, to
P. be held at 125 Urqubart street. Oowaleieers:
s, Michael Barry. J. J. Monetto, Bsadolph Heo&t
Clerks: A. (. Parker, Charles Smith.
Poll No. 2, H to N, to be hbd on 8peln treet,
nes tar Morales. Commnslioner: P. B. Fer,
ure, Robert H. Bertley, P. A. Bosilgue. Clerks: Os
, ear Geri, Jobn l er.
Poll No. 3. O to , to be be l at 135 Urquhbrt
street. Commaiasoner: Pierre Lacoete, L. Bar
St. gneso and Arnrad Query!. Clerks: A. D. Bar
noody. H. Meiter.
N. lZr W ns--Bounde by Lafayette Aeme,
the tower line of the el y,. the river sd the lak
L Ei-ghtenth Prrinr--Poll No.1, No. 6 Louisa
m7y street. A to G, Inclulve. Coumiloer: Was.
Batcbler. Peter Bryer, Michael Lohr.
s Poll No. 2. No. 2 Prost IeVae stret, H to W,
. Inoluie. Commslioses: B. H Lyach, Jobs l.
.Luo.oub l. Pstric Lrd A.
0. Poll No. 3, No. 277 ront Levee street, O to Z,
tnooldlve. Oomintmaioner: - Flasegsa, Pal
O Conrtd. Thomas Clark.
Ai,,tre,th Prt inct--Poll No. 1- o2 Ian
E. street. A to ( Indlosr. Oommtaslouers: P. A.
rt Wolley, Alfred Bofrsee, 8eey Brows.
Poll No. 2, corner of Morale saod Loute
and streets. to N Incluasive. Commnaloneru: J. V.
Cello. ('brIm. Meister. Adolphe Ttrh .
Poll No. 3, eorner of Love ad ladependece
oa streets, O t, Z inclusive. CommIesloers: P. W.
rd. , oupland, Thoe. Bahler, Wi. Clark.
Tslru WAS-Boneded by 1eollotty Boad, Fint
b street, the river sand the rear lime of the eit.
C. 1Wsntlt 1reon't-Pell No. 1, at No. N ook
and Ladder CGopsay, Jakioa street, to 1 Ia
clsive. Commeisomers: Thos. Keats, Obare
et Partsb. OGo. Schants. Clerks: Edward H . (ua.
r nn. W. Jacksne.
Poll No 2, at No. 22 EnglneCompay, Tohoap
,re it*,na street, from H to N kaeldve. Oommis
snersa: John Kasler. H. . Bertloett. Thomas .
Neice. Clerks: George Bohrieber, Edw. Clerk.
PI'oll No. ~. at oorner of Laurel oand Joeephla
lido streets, from 0 to Z Ieclusrive. Commatlostr:
a J. C. Wtler, M'le Shuarkey, M. Melther, Jr
;ULk : Borate E. Upnon.
rtre(iy.Fir. t I'rr..d--Poll No. I, at cort
It, er Prytrans and Jackson streets, from A to G in.
eot, clunJee. Comim.ioners: Joseph Coldlins. D. Good.
man. J. O Garlipted. Clerk: Chuarlee B. Buddeoke.
Poll No. 2. mt corner Bacebu sad Phdlip W eeto,
ibd hem HB to N Inclusave. Commislesmr: G. t.
lohn Lyndal. Jeme MoGawley, O. E. Datc. Clerk:
John H. Beban.
ow Poll No. 3. on Dryse, betweens Jackson ad
o Philp streets, bom O to Z Inelnive. Coea.
ex. skners: John B. Holmes. C. E Dirreyer,Joha
teiner Clerk : J. H. )De Lola BHenrlqes.
E\.asrTa Wa -Boeaded by Pirst street,
et. telp.,enoe laavl, the river sadthe Upper lineof
I the 7,rcyt-, ~n Pre,cnd---Poll No. I, eoer
Ninth snd LAoral streets, from A to G IoJoive.
I st. ComiLssloot rs: . G. Brower, 8. H. Brows sad
J. M. lHoell. Clerks: K. A. McDoaa aad A.
K Ina ye o. 2, Washlgtoo, betwees Leurl sad
i, D. Annancitiot streets, from H to N aiclolveo.
Conun,ieosenrs: T. A. Meiele, R. M. eHarrison
sad Gee. Torey. Clerke: William Dawo sad
: 8 Poll No. 3, corner Third sad T(heeptolas
streets. frm O to Z tneluiv. Coemmauloers:
-- Joseph Piter, Frsak SheB rd A. Flrood.
(Jirks: B. C. (ydney sad (ee Els.
7mr~t,',! T', ,'o IPrrefnd--eE No. 1, Wash.
I.ad i.gton sad Coliesin ee oa A to 0 olu
its, A sve. Condioesons: W W.F. HodkIs, Charlse
,Ja. W. Cre-sa d l. J.(Onpete. Utorks: D. G.
' Marks d Jes . Rap
Pol No. 2. eee We/eHrto s ud BarO·
ad rteets, from H to I ndluive. Commlasioners: C.
WiLs V. toing, P. W. MeeIassad Job J. Jombstoa.
Jr, ileeks: D. U. Maa4 md kS. KadeL
Poll No. , eera Seead d sd LI els betret,
rohm 0 to Zlssimave. Comamlm ers: 3.0. Pel0.
rests T. D. I erwebeueo sad Jeaes Dagga. (hke: A.
r*, eI lle sa . C. ,MeMa.r
By order of Mae Camipeag Corsmiten:
Coati J. 0. N uox, Chakirmes.
Com. V.P. Hear-S, Soetsary.