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ment, on account of color, Mr. Hill
enies that any wrong is thus done
them, or any question of right vio
lated, provided they are given com
fortable accommodations somewhere
else. And he justifies such exclu
sions. It was, in his opinion, no
indignity to order a colored man
out of a car assigned to white men
and force him into one exclusively
appropriated to negroes, or from a
public dining-room or lecture-hall
intended for "white folks." But the
Georgia Senator better not have
made this attempt to justify the old
"barbarism of slavery," and we think
it will be long before he will
repeat his mistake, at least in
the Senate of the United States. He
undoubtedly displayed much tact
and ingenuity in defending this vio
lption of the spirit and letter of the
civil.rights act, and did all any one
could to make the worse appear
the better cause. But he has gone
beyond his depth in venturing upon
such grounds, and the harder he
struggled the deeper he sunk. His
arguments were riddled to shreds
by Mr. Sumner, and the character
of his sentiments exposed in their
naked deformity. He was driven
from one position to another until
he had not an inch of ground to
stand upon. He forced from him
the admission (substantially, if not
in words,) that in spite of all his
professions of kindness and syma
thy for the negro, that Hill still re
rained his old pro-slavery prejudice
as strongly as ever. A more trium
phant vindication of the colored
man's claims to equal civil rights
with the white man has never been
made, not even by Mr. Sumner.
We hardly see how Congress can
fail to pass this supplementary bill,
and thus complete the work of jus
tice to our people. It will certainly
be no fault of Mr. Sumner's if they
do not.--New National Era.
National Itelublicai Con-
At half-past three o'clock the com
mittee appointed to frame a call for
the next National Union Covention
reported the following, which, after
slight amendment, was unanimously
agreed to :
The undersigned, constituting
a the National Committee, designated
by the convention held at Chicago
on the twentieth of May, 1868, here
by call a convention of the Union
Republican party at the city of
Philadelphia, on Wednesday, the
fifth day of June next, at twelve
o'clock ncon, for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the offices
of President and Vice President of
the United States. Each State is
authorized to be represented in the
convention by delegates equal to'
twice the number of Senators and
SRepresentatives to which it will be
entitled in the next Na'ional Con
gress, and each organized Territory
is authorized to send two delegates .
In calling this convention the
committee remind the country that
the promises of the Union Republi
can convention of 1868 have been
fulfilled. The States lately in re
bellion have been restored to their
former relations to the government, i
the laws cf the country have been
faithfully executed, public faith has '
been preserved and the national ,
credit irmly established. Govern
mental economy has been illustrated
by their action. At the same time I
the public debt has been reduced, i
the rate of taxation lowered and the
funding of the national debt at a
lower rate cf interest successfully
inaugurated. The rights of na- i
turalized citizens have been pro- i
tected by treaties, and immigration
encouraged by local provisions. The '
defenders of the Union have been
gratefully remembered, and the
rights and interests of labor recog
nized. Laws have been enacted,
and are being enforced for the pro- e
tection of persons and property in c
all sections. Equal suffrage has'
been engrafted in the national con
stitution, the privileges and immun
nities of American citizenship have
become a part of the organic lskw,
and a liberal policy has been adopt
ed toward all who engaged in theI
rebellion. Complications in foreign
relations have been ajusted in the t
interest of peace throughout the
world, while the national honor has
been maintained. Corruption has '
been exposed and the offenders a
punished, responsibility enforced, q
safeguards established, and now, as
heretofore, the Republican party g
stands pledged to correct all abuses,
and to carry out such reforms as
may be necessary to maintain the
purity and efficienc of the public y
service, and to continue and firmly
establish its fundamental principles,
and we invite the co-operation of d
all the citizens of the United States.
The committee adjourned nine
die, with the understanding that ihe
the names of those present shall be Ia
appended to the call and the
.gnature of the absent membe
obtainel. when the call will be ofl
cisy iuhlished. a
11 Fun and Fancy.
- -The man who was so hemmed
in by a crowd, has been troubled
'e with a stich in his side ever
S -Cork-screws have sunk more
n people than cork jackets will ever
a --Labor lost--An organ-grinder
ai playing at the door of a deaf and
e dumb asylum.
re -The only fish near the coast
A of Ireland is the sole fish.
11 -The way to make a tall man
in short is to ask him to lend you a
[e few dollars.
et -The man who attempted to
:- look into the future had the door
ie slammed in hiliface.
le -A Key tAt fits everybody's
--"Pa, what is meant by raw re
cruits ?" "It means soldiers who
have not stood fire, child."
Is -A father called his son into a
er crowded stage-"Ben-jam-in !"
ir Prints of darkness.-MIourning
n ; calicoes.
il --Don't put your watch under
your pillow-a man should never
i sleep upon his watch.
is -A grocer advertises in the fol
_ lowing manner : "Hams and cigars,
smoked and unsmoked."
e -When you are running froma
i- mad bull, to be slow isn't to be
--The man who was driven to
n distraction had to walk back.
S-Pat Moody ordered a painter
to draw his picture, and to represent
him standing behind a tree.
S-Mistake.-To suppose a clock
strikes with its hands.
-The bank where the wild thyme
grows has declared a dividend of
ten scents on the share.
-A gentleman can probably
marry any lady of his acquaintance
r -if he pleases.
n -A bachelor merchant's advice
r in selecting a wife, says : "get hold
y of a piece of calico that will wash."
-The wrath of soldiers is great
g jest, we imagine, when it is in tents.
S-"I'm going to draw this beau
into a knot" as the lady said when
standing at the hymenal altar.
i -A pawnbroker is like an
e inebriate ; he takes the pledge but
e cannot always keep it.
-"Mr. Swipes, I've just kicked
' you son William out of my store."
"Well Mr. Swingle, it's the first
e Bill you've footed this many a day."
-A gentleman presented a lace
e collar to the object of his adoration;
_ and, in a jocular way, said,
"Do not let any one else rumple
"No dear," said the lady, "I will
Stake it off."
S-A school boy, being asked to
define the word "Admission," said
jit meant twenty-five cents. ''Twenty
five cents !" echoed the master,
"what sort of definition is that ?"
"I don't know," sulkily replied the
lb(, "but I am sure it says so on
the advertisement down here at
--A gentleman on taking a
volume of Gibbon's Rome to be
bound, was asked if he would have
it bound in Russia. "Oh, no1" he
replied, "Russia is too far off. I
will have it done here."
-A teacher of vocal music asked I
an old lady if her grandson had any I
ear for music. "Wa'all," said the i
old woman, "I really don't know.
Won't you take the candle and
-If we were asked what physi
cian stood at the top of his profes
sion, we should say it was the gen
tleman who was in the habit of at
tending "patients on a monument."
-A little girl of four years old
was recently called as a witness in
a police court, and in answer to the
question as what became of little
girls who told lies, she innocentlyk
replied that they were sent to bed.
S-"Patriak you fool, what makes
ygu steal after the rabbit when your
gun's not loaded ?"
"Hush, me darlint, the rabbit
don't know that."
-A gentleman, whose counting- 3.
house had been his altar, having
failed in buiasus, was asked what
he intemded to do, and replied, "I
shal stay at home a while, and get
aequarinsd with my fasily.n
d SPECIAL NOTICE.
U ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN
THE ONLY ALL RAIL BOUTE
d To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San
Francisco, St aul, Kansas City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
And all roiute North, Beat and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. and 5 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
's New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
B- Railroad tg all points North, East
io and West.
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp
.and Common streets, under City
Hotel ; or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles Hotel
1- J. H. WINOFIELD.
a, General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern Bailroad
e NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
o CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
X The Mobile division of this road will be
Lt opened for business on
Monday, November 11, 1870,
k and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
e Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
, Springs, Pascagoulaand Mobile at8 o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
y MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO
e BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Orletas and lobile,
' THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
I the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further information, call at the
General Office of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets.
J. R KENDRICK,
The New Orleas, Jackson, and Great
Northern and lississippi
Run thei Passenger Coaches and Bag
gages Cars, their combined
length without change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. I. ExpreTnirai runs aily,
Makes close connections for Vicksburg, *
Mem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, or
and allpoints beyond, Sleeping cars at
night, Canton to Grand Juncetion and
The iall Train laes New Orleans ily,
at i P. I.
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Expresstraine, to all pointsNORTH,
EAST and WEST. Carries the. great
North Mail. t
Time to New Tlrk, 7 lors, .
New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping
Cars run to Humboldt, Tennemese, Cleve- Vi
land, Tennessee, and Louisville, Kentuc- ne
Express Train South arrives at 1:30
Mail Train South arrives at 1106 A. M.
Ticket Ofoe, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket Ofies, New Orleans, under City T.
Hotel, Cor. Camp and Common streets,
and at Depot.
E. , SEWALL, General Superintendent; Co
J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent
New Orlem, Jackson and Great all
North. ' ailroed rim
D.a B. N*O3**, Gel U ot Awmt. o
T IND RUBBER COMB CO.
N Nos. 9,II &13 Merer Street,
Ile mfahfctuner, umlr Sidymr's
and Iboyer's hatats,
IIIlA RUBBER COMBS,
he Long Combs.
Fine Tooth Combs,
of [A variety of Elegant Fancy Pattern.]
as Ridding Combs.
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
it COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[MAD uxonza PAuLi's PATXmr.]
°d The sale of any Combination Side
el Combs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
c aLBa A. DAkl Ndsow.
A Newspape, t. ab Preseag Times.
Iatemded Iae pepl Now on Earth.
S: h m. 1aur. Mebas, Merh Pro.
bIlm Me, Woiha. Thakers, and all Man.
of e otf Rests Fks. sadt e Wivwes, SaBo, ead
SDaoehten eta SaUiL
m ONLY ONE DOLLAR A EARu
sk ONI HUNIDRD COPIas NOR S0 .
SOr e th one Cet a Cop. Let therbera be
le $50 Cb a everry et Oe.
R.WEEKLY BUN, 45 A TRAIL
of teo awm me sad general character as
TIE WEEKLY, bat with a Ireater arity of
ameellameo reeadlo, and furClshing the news
to its seaserthern with repter freshness. becases
It reamg Sw l a week lateed of oace only.
1. THa DAILY SUN, A YEAR..
Apeels n readable ewuger. wtth the
to tetmoauotla Te won. Free, lade.
i9 oGtene acetht. on Sa rar.
e0 e ete h e. T s·W • py; by email
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY SUN.
Five cepeam, Oeo yers
Tea eopi, aol eear. ,seeamtly ad4rmee (and
an eutra copy dSo StPara of l dap),r
Twenty ce yeeperatliv addressed
Fifty ot- M year. to Isaer 4 omr eeb)
8t saw-Deelyn Yom %b),
1ity op) .oo year. sparaely aidrsd (and
tnhec s ees} y oaeo. to e ofdub)
One badred aees~bs, eear. to Asea dre,
( sathOeDally e a Shfeo eSor, Lee
upIof c Ba CK, A TOINE,
Fine lmcolAd emaea oae e. earoo O.
Tena oon one Tear. seprateioy addred (and
an .tra, copy to guttsr up of , u b).
KBND YOU1 MAOlEY
cheekom or drab cNew
LF . VICOSljB , Pblbe' Be
P. B. S. PICRBaCI, C. C. AIerorPin
G eo Orleans, L Shre, Deport, La
PINCHBACK, k A8NTOINE,
.e.4 €trrontchcele, t Bot.,
Liberal Adiates made onas Consdin.
mnels. Prompt attetiun given to all sales fi
and purchases, leasing of farms, dc, ee.
lnsigmenas cb ove red by Ilnsane as
soon as hipaped, unless otheis intructel
on the Bill of Lcdirg.
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
Leaves on SATURDAY, at T P. h.
FOR VICKSBURG, DAVI8' Bend B
Side, Egg's Point,
-Gand Lake, Leo.
tr, Maryland, Carolina, Pilcher' Point
Skipwith, Lake Providence, Tramnlvania, AZ
Goodrich's, Miliens Bend, Duaeckpot
Vicksburg, Grand OGul 8t Jomeph, Rod U
hey, Waterproof Natchez, "Bayou 8ar
Baton Rouge, Plaquemine,Donaldomovile, k
hnd all intermedite and Coast landings
The new and magnifloent steamer
T. P. Larmms.......... M aster. P
Will lave as above, and will and ad
Coast pemengers with their freight.
Coanocts at Vicksburg with ljekete for
all pomint on the Yuoo and Taelihathie
ro0, rANNrr, oamt
150 Comm . B
THE BALANCE WHEEL
4 times a second,
240 times a minute,
a 14,400 times an hour,
345,600 times a day,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 time a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH,
THAN ARnY OTHER KIND
OF MACHR Y.
B mst not only run n u day, buaeD night;
not only on oweekdays, but on undays ad
Holidays. It must run hanging up or lying
P8, down--upsds down or right aide up. R must
keep rswaing when the ewer esi t down or
stand up, When he walks or rides. In fact,
it is expected to do its duty at alltimes, in
eery place and in every position.
. A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for ypu
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
q year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
S A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wheels, 51 Screw, and 98 other
le parts making altogether 136 separetds pieces.
al ALL GENUINE WALTHAM
ee Watemha ve monven
TH=Z 3ITA JzwNLLED BARN ELETw 1ZwD
fTHR PLL JW] LLED YATSL EAWf
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a Hundred housand Dollars,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and fnisbeds
as perfectly for Tzx Tnma as muca.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, de., were
mixed together, ten watdhes could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
injuared we can always replace it at a
A SENUNE WALTHAM WATCH'
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will ran for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
A. WPaltham Watch
WILL RCU FAITIIFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASE ...................... $18 1
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,$70 a
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE UST,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and I
quality of the Cases, and all other inform
ation necesseeary for an intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for t
before ordering a Watch.
Write for it as follows :
Messers. HowARD & Co.,
No. 785 Broadway,
Pleoase send me your Uldustcrted Price
List of Waltham Watches, as per adver
tiserment in Tax Lomsweza.
S(Sign name and address in full)
I.etamas the Mhoaney.
We have sent out over We Thousand of
these Watches upon these conditions, and
have only been asked to refund the money -
in three ceuaes, and not one of these was
on acoount of disatisfactoa with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
the money more,.
Wa ava we Ao ns, Ann ouam sm
v ShED To Aur. A amum or
Osmoox oN TssAs cAN NrT A Wacu iaoe
s AnD rr WILL COST IM WN MO N TDAN Ir
zas umn ix Nuw You. AzA as Is
WLA rus 1 . PzicN Ls. -
wr Do PoT snr
Waltham Watches in any Imitation, Gilt,
Plted, Oride, FilledCasewbs#htve(the
ame all other namesm for Brmaoor German Co
Silver). The Waltham Watch is worthy
of solid Gold or SilverG e, and wedo
not prpos to sel it in any oth.
Lw avamp m san n A Pasa Lm.
HO#ARD1 a Os
A-l ad suesrms,
GOLD AND SILVER
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep alwayson
hand all classes and patterns of Gold,
Silver and Steel Speetacles and Eye
Glasses. Glasses changed and sent to
any part df the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
', orders to
112 Carondelet Street,
Feb. 16 ly NEw Osniaas.
a 5. GOOD $8.
, AT OIS MInlSI
in AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are anthorised by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
nd Chains. etc., now in stock, for Cash, at
9U prices never before known. All beautiful
m in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
il accurate time, durable, and of the lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
r can be sent to ms by Express, with or
ders for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
e be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
n jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
EN steel cut hands, engine turn drl, correct
and serviceable article, large or small sie
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
er 18 karat Gold plated Double Cases.
ch imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
di or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or.
der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
fe withLocket and Key, mailed pre-paid for
1y only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
M The Oride Gold Watch,
rt IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
be Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, full jeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearance, make, finish,
is brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
Oneof these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
and'satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wtch, )for
only TWELVE DOLLARS
Watches for Holiday Presents manufac
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Cases,
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we send one extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge
naine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 col
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of a
$12, and less, must becash in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by I
Expres, or receipt of price. Safe delivery a
of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward- I
ed to be examined to parties known I
when express charges both ways are paid.
No good forwarded west of the Mississippi
River, with bill to collect on delivery.
Purchasers must pay all exlpees charges
on goods sent C. O. D. as for return
of money. All Cash ordem forwarded
free of charges to destinatiam. Catalogues
Free. Address all orders.
CHAR. P. NORTON b CO.,
Importers of Watches, etc. I
Established 1867. 86 Nam St., N. Y.
Lock-Smith & BelL-Ranger
I1 N1 I AILINGI FITTIE IF
206, COMMON STREET,
e- Presses epaire Bells rad Goong
Houses, r and Stembo ts 1tesd a
CULAmED WEAMEK'S ME.l
NO. 91 FBONT LEVEE,
Boarding and Lodglng
oeo. owoAc. a.r,. IoaDDI.
GIGNAC & JOURDAIN,
Cos rn Cou an Vuams, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
ch e edmri., Cube, Yes, rmiahis,
DRY GOO00DS CLOTH
, 163.... CANAL STRE T
bas DRY GOOD~, GENTS
LADIE8 ROOM FOR SHA
CARPETS, MATTrrING A
ted A visit to the store will
0., persons wishing to buy cheap
eof Near St. Charler
ey NEW ORLEAVNS LL
rin MEN'S AND 80 gy
ate (osr aR oou aIn)
wat BOYS AND CHILDREN'
rls AD TS' A SRITSI ARll_
a Every Article Marked a
ate Plain Figures.
Goods sold on -"one price" sytm
[or any article purchased which frig '
satiafactien can be returned and the
ey will be refunded.
/i'Moderate Prices and
Stock to select from are
the inducements offered at
d, B. T. WALSHE'S
110 Canal St, near St. Charl
e NVew Orle©Oae.
it N. B.--Letter Orders receive p
attention and filled C. O. D. if
7a 3 very Week
8 MADE EASY,
We want Smart and Enercetic Ag
ntroduce our popular and jii tly cele
ted inventions, in every 7!,g, Ta
and (cty in the WorlM.
Indispensable to Every
They are highly approved of, end
and auopted by Ladies, lhysicians
Dirvines, and now a GR3EAT FATL
SITE with them.
SEvery Family will Purchase
of more of them. Something tut d
merits are apparent at a GLLICE
And all who keep FALNCY 'I
will find our excellent articlesa
VERY RAPIDLY, gives perfect ~
tion and netting
to all Dealers and Agenta.
Country RBights Fre
to all who desire engagin in an IIo~
Respcduble end ProUask BaisifllM ,A
ame time doing good to their
aniou in Wle 8ample $9.(0, sent fr
mail on receipt of prie sEND
WHOLE8ALE CICcLAIr .WD
17 PARK PLACE. NEW yOjt
OF ETr I D'*r l ''
BOOTrs AND SHOER,
BLT~ G, PACKING A gOa,
BALL TOY4 Ae.
34 Bao'pwir, coi. Fzsu' k' 5
* msJ a,a SSrin cWo
a6 lMs aSm , suPFs ,
P. K. M. SHZPFA
J.A.L uion, secrety.