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W. it Seymour.
r JauiI eia--Wre. S. B. Bider.
i.~hLMe A. L. Howard.
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-Ie EL At uer.
Latg and Literature-Mime J. Sim
Me lina--~e.a .wter.
f. j. ' 11 note' azOB Oaomoo..~
ui-Prof. aeaman.
end Latin-Mr. H. A. Ceeliordee.
Etrioeii.-Ur. 0. M. Blrosuman.
Mawet~ence--Mr, Wm. Via Mloote..
u '"eeboard will meet on Saturday next again, to
Sthe remainder of the Met of teachers.
..i IaiVAYETT3 INatJRANCE CON.
]PANT.
$esse Wartnlag and Prospects of
the stiatltelua.
pleant episode enlivened tho upper city
7. The LItegette Ieetranoe Company,
Inetlled their o esa in their new and
buiading on Magualne seeet, nar Jack
.ery sppropriately eelebrated the oeoaalon
hatertaining their friends with a sumptuous
gotte up with aunemal taste, at which al
notabbItaes of the viainity and
tre d waow were pregsuS. 'Te Ge
Ity of the I taoý we frenquen'
t austl , ueverythn went off
etha7Compraa il the of our
acomat~1e, and wine a a
tithe Magailae Markag eomatetal
a ufte rears ago. By latelhgea t
t and with a eomnmendable pirit of
lio~n, it baa acquired the patage of
p of our busineas men and eatab.
Meell on a beals which challenge. sompe
maw building of the company, besides
nore oonvenlnne Ibr the uranmaion of
is as ornament to the upper city.
_ ; um1 aiaate oer friends upon this renewed
d taa sunocess, and wish them a oontinu
of theb highly merited patronage.
masNes OF WE. RNLves
tke death of Mr. Wm. Knox will be sensibly
In this community. The deoeased, a mem
rt the old anI highly reepeotable shipping
of Meeker. Knox & Ce., was an latelllgent
urtoae gentleman, and a buasnese man of
sterling qualities. Bla funeral, whioc
yesterday evening, was largely at
thara's invitation to the China Palace.
goods at O(Iaer's, Monday.
Nawrs's invitation to theOhina Palace.
erpta eºnd iohemlaat at Off
IC4 anal. opposite Var eare
'a Qbe'Sl ;
7eiacu hppet W _7f *
The following pollee sipohetmfti and promo.
tions were made
Firs Predinect:? ga ttolman. $per
nuttmj.arles: A, Mogan, W.CWry, H
Second Preinot-Nuls Weas, patrolman.
Sepernmwrarles: Pat lhrel, U. avan, Peter
Devine, Jos. Long.
Fourth Preo lnot-Sapenl : By. Dero.
shath Preolnot-L. UJ uia1?Y Ge, . Junhkit"
sod B. Seanlan, patrolm~en. St1euttfrtase.
Larkn, Jae. Larnwall nad d. erown.
Harbor Preeet---J.4 M Sage P. lah;, patrol
men. Supernumeraries: Rd. dGieb., Franeis J.
D Ger, . e nswonhon.
Suburban Preelnct - Uuperbnmerary: James
Sitdb Drina,-Dam1e Denglass, vice John
Connaer, resigned,
W1333? O sTMtl etONSe.
Strange sesplelens tletlag la the
Mayer's Elad.
The followlng Dommaleatles was addressed to
the Mayor rcostly:
Naw OstacAi Oct. 9th, 1877.
Hon. 3. Pillsbury:
Nir--eeang an article In thie day's paper with
Regard to obastrualtons on the aevee caused by
baliset being Deposited on the Levee I deem It
my Dut) to addiess you th se lev lnee and at
you if it is obstruoting the publie streets to build
a house one foot on the banquet as the bohee now
built is on the corner of Goequet aid Roman at
and owned by Mrs Gregeon is and hope you will
give lt your attention a 4 send the Surveyor to
look after the same. I will oaserve a copy of tbls
for publication in the daply papers It not attended
to Imedlately your. truly A OfTIZEN.
Wherenpon the Mayor referred the matter to
the City Surveyor, who returned the following
answer: "
Stavaroe's Orit,a,
New Orleans, Otwber 11, 1871.
Hon. Ed. Pilsbury, Mayor:
RW-&'cordig to your Inetrtletions I have en
amined the wt bin tnoleoedecomplaint and have to
reportthatthebutldig refbrredtolenot erosoh
leg an the banquette. Coth bsaqnettesot asquet
and Roman streats pseasare eard twelve feet in
width and are not obstrueted a amy way by said
building. Very respesttifls
J. A. BIMIOOO0UWP,
City Surveyor.
Another anonymous eommeunlation has been
revoed by the Mayor pelrrtlag to nberm a
stranger who has traveled essenaivly, and not
tot made a fortune anywhere, eomparlug our
bck streets and those of the beautiful cilies
whieb he has vidltei. It would seem that this Is
not the drat time that mysterious eareastle oea.
munlo tl us have been sent to the Mayor, their
toqecpopigtnt ieIt their
or~in.HenowthnksNea tat llcome from
the same souroe, or at leet are inspired by the
malie and acrimony of ohe peateb, whose name
however, he is mot willing to communicate Just
now.
/Dae eltiseus of the Goudon District corn
Mlaosd yesterday that a eisterns obstruets
[he street at the out' or of Camp s ashington
Avenue. The matter will, of ourse, be referred
to the Surveyor.
The Mayor ie, neverthelse, disposed to be
very lenient towards all the tradespeople, and to
merchants se well, for he says It Ic an indication
of growing prospearity that seufcent room for
torage should not be found for all their goods
sand ares within their establishmeuts. For his
part he would like to see every sidewalk In the
oity encumbered with produce and product. of
all kinds; he would then think that NMe Orleans
Is regaining her gradeur and preettie as one of
the greatest commercial marts an the world.
THE SUSAR saMa QtESTION.
In souversaMon with Adamisrat. Brown,
an the sugar shed question. told as
t in sis opinion a very large maj of the
merchantsan broker. defn nsgr weuld be
wiling pe aubmis to the charg proposed bp the
resolutIon now before the touncil which, If we
remember correetly, Ases the tuis on sugar at
forty cents per hogihead for the first moueth and
ten ants for ea subeequest month and ten
cents for labor. He was aware, howevsr that
there was some opposition even to sech a larel
As to what action the cuoncil was apt to take on
the reelution he was for thwpresent unable to
e then bad a ohat with the Mayor on the
same subject. His honor was terse and to the
poit. Hmaintans, he says, the same views on
thatM that the Sar mhadle pr have con
sth ar and molasses
at certain fAed rates, and should abide by t' e
terms of their contract. As to the resolution bh
fore the Council, hecould not favor it sad change
the situation established by she obligations of the
luger Shed Company.
THE SCHOOL HOARD CLAIM.
City Attorney Jonas, to whom was referred the
communincation of the school board clasming thrt
the city shou d pay them their full appor
tionment of the schools, eaw 1215 000, for the
year, says :hat there is an point of law to be de
cided in the matter, which we understand to
mean that the school board have no claim at all, I
and that ills a matter of plain fast that they mass
stand on the same footi. g as the other creditors
of the Slate, end wait unul the taxes come in be
fore they can get the balance due them.
THE SCHOOL TEACHERS.
We refer our school teachers and other appli.
cants for teacherships in the public sobotls to
the proceedings of the School beard meeting last
evening, and to the list of successful competitors
at the recent examinations, published in another
column of the DPxooxAT. It will be seen by the
peroentage reached, generally, that the examina
tions have been very satisfactory, and that nearly
860 of the 1000 persons examined have passed
the examination, which was of quite an elevatec
order.
TEE RICK.
It is a Weapon Used New-a-Days by Roth
Male and Female.
A new mode of warfare has in these enlight
ened days arsen, and the weapon used is the
brick. Yesterday a merchant named John
Holmes and one John Brennen became involved
Ia a dimculty, and after a heated discussion
Holmes seised a brick that was near at hand and
dealt his opponent a telling blow over the head,
inflicting a severe though not a dangerous
wound. The row finally ended by a policeman
patting in an appearance and landing Holmes
inur the ijentral Station.
At 7 o'clock last evening, on Girod stret, be
tween Magazine and Toboupitoulas streets, two
of Ireland's daughters. named respectively Alto%
O'Nell and Mary Lyden. had a set-to on account
of some remarks that Alice had made against
Ellen L n, daughter of M den. This cunl
m in Alie O'Neil gher delicate
pinchers on one side of a brick and laying the
other gently on her antagonist's head. The
brick was laid so gently on Mary Lvden's head
that she had to be sent to the Uharity Hospital.
Alice was taken in charge by Corporal Dwyer
and imaured in the Central station. charged by
Ellen Lyden with assaulting and wounding her
mother with a brick with intent to commit mur
der, and also with insulting and abasing the
family in genaral.
The wounded woman was conveyed to the hos
tal, above stated, where her wound was exam
ined by the physian, who pronounced it a se
vere one.
CebeIroPEER AS A POUND DRIVER
He New Reams the (heseent City as a
Vag.
LC . Christopher, who but a few weeks ago
attempted to commit suicide in the Central Sta
tion, while incarcerated in call 5, having been
"yanked" into jail by Special Tracy, for being a
dangeroas and auspicious character, yesterday
appeared before the First Municipal Police
Court, and armed with a eomamgeoa from Ad
Ulnistrasor Dhiaesd as a p15sdat ae et the
hnt DiAelas 06 peneeut U-st . L m L.
hlaitasg or iatsrtasig with Mim i e Mai
ehaq ed sIl~Aay.,
It ~ 4rtessioed Z
RI , u at~ths
dtaeovered Ma a wer about to ake a
alight, when he gave a shrill blow of his whietle
wheoh brought a number of poileemen to the
This model pound driver exhibited his eom*
isleseon, sod the rensult was that the owners of
the team were lodged in the Central Station.
At the trial yesterday several witnesses were
plaeed upon the setad who teetided that they
would not believe A. 0. Chrietopher albe Santa
Anna, on oath. After heating this kind of testi.
tonny Judge Smith unheeltatlngly disemieeed the
two aceseed and expressed his aurprise at the
appointment made by the Adminlitrator, saying
that Mr. Diamond mould not have been anquainted
with the character of his appointee.
As soon as the aotion of the court was made
known to Administrator Diamond he ordered
Chrietonhes's oommiston to be canueled.
WEUULTS @1 COMPBTITIV3 UXAMINA
TI@o, EASMWALL AWS IRAWELIN
uCOeLMOtVSU, SEPT3M33e 14TH
TO 10TH INCLVeIVE.
Aaademie Bradem.
UNGLISH LAN(UAOU AND LATh1(ATit3II.
No. Per cent. No. Per vent.
66 . 100 6.. 98
48. 94 64 4 89
30 .. 7 81 70
MATHIlMATII(.
No. Algebra. Goom4try. Average.
10 100 100 100
4 . . 96 96 95
26 . 100 07 N4
2 9 . 70 99 88
29 1 6 994 87
2 2 . 76 97 80
21 _ 100 (lek)
NATIIJAI. 9Ui14NOa.
No. Per rent. No. Per rent.
88. 96 29. 99
44 86
LATIN LAN(4t.AUS.
No. Per rant,
751 98
PflN0H LANWUAGtE.
No. Per cent. No. Per ront.
11 9913 20............... 99
3. 99 14...... ...-.....9
3). 98' 16 . .........9
17 . 9R 18 . 97
19 90 10 ............
8 92 ............... 75
rakmmar Grades.
No Per Dent. No. Per cent.
047. .....86 007 78
470 ...............87 498.. .. . 91
641 70 210..... 84
000 .94 498.. ...........78
102 ... 80 789. 8
011. . 89 629 84
7 .. 87 733 79
209 ..9 784 714
088 . . . 070........... . 84
797 90 208............ 71
671 79 780....... ...
088 71.............18 ..9.
708 98 222. 86
484 98 086 . . 71
080 ...............79 624 77
781 ...............70 6s6..- 76
42.-.. ...... ...92 644 . . 91
492 . .70 72... ............76
47.. . 70 218 . . 93
067... .. .... ...70 738. .. 96
010 89 2 0...............92
486. . 017 ...............87
228 78 023 ...............2
906 92 612 ...............92
104 90 706............ ...9
490 92 210. .............92
022 . . 214 63......... .92
219 94 620............. ...
709 .9 707 ...............7
202 91 6198 ...............
204 . 94 220 ...............9
700 91 202.. . . ......... 610
720 90 21 .............
687 91 722 ...............94
..0.... .. ..........i 61282 ..... ......... 8
72.---9 1.................. 07..... (... 1 664.............. .. 91
494 6. 028...............
211 .................70 4............... 81
N................ 70 746.. .............
477 ...............70 788 ............. 9
48. ..............92 081 ....... ........1
4790.. ....... . . 7 ....964............... 80
21471 712 ..............
87 .. 7100...............70
604 92 01 ...............9
482 84 14. ............... 7
498 4 . 615................
680 .9 074 ...............7
016 9. 7 488........ .......1
682 90 72 ...............99
618 ........... . 94 223 78
224 .. 90 062 ..
601 . 81 29018 92
214 .. 8 800 78
28.0 81 081 . 0
520 8. 9 281 . 7
240 ............. .. 474 ...............8
................. 87 870........ .......2
267 ............... 70 242 ............... 84
298 ..............94 084............... 70
299 0.... . . 0 280.. ............84
492. ... . 79 247.... . .....)
234 .91 297 . 4
471 . R7 676 ...............7
319 ..... ....90. 8 ................. 84
462 ...71 821 70
291... ............ 91 8273..... ......... 77
476.... ..........92 295 ..............84
80 ................9 287.............. ..
277. ............70 877 ...............9
408 ............... 8 466...............
40 ............... 77 098............... 2
20 ............... 94 441...................
240............... 98 2S)...... .........91
68 ...............80 293.............. 82
278 ...............70 269 79
249 ...............8 287..... ........ 87
292 ...............0 226..............
09 ...............92 462 ............83
279 .............78 877 84
459.... .......... 71 28 ................0
248. 91 48. 89
07 . 70 2989 96
263.... ..... 80 90 700..
320 90 (682 . GL
229.. 71 470 ..
403 .. 78 272 ...............70
271 ............... 81 467.............. 71
824 ..... ..........75 60 82
286.... ....... .... 94 47 .......... ......
241. ..............8 283.. .... 77
466 ...............86 28890
294 ............ ...74 087.... ...........7
201. .............. 84 22 ................
319 78 284....... ........
44 ...............72 227............... 81
298 ........... 96 .472 78
46 ...............78 473............. ..9
206 92 24.3 ..... . ...90
88 . 70 694............. ..77
266 92 469 ..............
414 0........ ..........80 24 .......... .
Primary &rades.
Nn. Per oept. No. Per cent.
8900 92 10(11........71
902. .961007.........9
78 0 5 90.........9
794 01 866...... .....9
1030 .. 100 963..... ....72
883..... ....92 709.........31
990..........70 1004........
906............77 1172.........9
376........... 90 776........72
797... ........8 996........70
.............70 1002........72
1025 . . 031 78.......
1037 92 7500.........
10476 613.........0
989 91 764........91
90.3 70 760..........4
1010........71 1039........75
1009.........7 1073..........9
989...........3 47.........9
929.........9 1728.........
949........74 949.........1
940........70 p977.........s
771.........0 3101 . .
972.........0 1003 96
969 71 978.........7
901........70 1002.........
703........70 907.........13
1149........70 1040...... ....77
10441.........0 1064..........5
378... . ... ..... 374.........3
791 9 3 3(33........ .97
94 79(3..............92
900 .90.1072...............99
1779............998 997 .. .97
1071.............92 1000 9. 4
991)............76 820........ ....9
900.............97 930.. ........9
966........97 1139.............94
1141...........8 1075........ . ...94
1131..... . ..... 1034 .. ......... . 3
1088..........87 086........ ....74
762 ................go9 1082.............2
1078.................290 1018......... .....78o
082$................9(0 11080 ................77y
11364................ 70 369 ................86o
884... ........ SI 92................96 a
331 12........ 3a2..............90
wes .......... eb ..... ..sS
919 AI 70 0
6 ... 80 1022 1S
841. .. 80 802 93
96 NM 866 93
90) 91 30M . .
986 94 7. 0 70
853 99 942. . 74
481 99 10271 82
770 43 871 .. 7
990 90 940. 1 9
10041 . 90 1142 77
1039 74 850 94
799 .89 42 . 71
1091 . 7 1024 . 91
1010 70 959 . . 47
97 . 95 961 . . 84
709 . . 77 780 . . 89
847.. ...........94 1701. . 79
980 ............ 74 1049 .... . 14
861 . 8..99 90 1 98
795.. . 91 1008 89
982 .... 73 759 93
804 .. 08........... .... 90
1071 78 1010. . .......... 78
78. 98 770.... 72
979 42 997 73
1029 97 984"... 91
98 . . 95 781.. . 78
790 .... 89 1048 00
1048.. .710 944 70
81 .... 89 944 ....71
108... ...... 7$8 118..... .... ... 71
829 . 9 1018 .. 72
988 8 06.......
753 90 1021 . 77
1012 . 77 992 70
t . .. 90 980 70
951 . . .97 872 . 78
1009.. . 70 817 . 87
812 71 902 .. . 7
894 72 1132 .. 77
945 90 367 .. 84
109 7....7 789 .... 7
999 .. 77 980 95
718 72 794 71
869 . 7 884 ..9
932 . 70 102(1 73
928 1 90 192 72
1009 . . 87 93. 99
999 . . 89 949 .92
1202 73 1900 17
18020 72 7,7 .
899 91 890 95
881 94 1188 74
107. . . 74 a918 72
1095 89 897 85
1109 90 894 70
1107 . 87 1108. . 84
909 1100 o . . 03
1152 81 110 ..2
904 .. 80 1117 84
1195 .. . 87 880 . 9
777 88 1223 91
1298 82 1300 .71
1804 . n 1811 94
1244.. . 92 1280.. . 9
1278 . 80 12175 . 70
1270 . 72 1231 . 70
1258 90 12960 9
1295 . 91 1949 90
1244 9 1232 87
1191 78 1182 $0
1124 81 1112 . 81
1111 02877 87
924 98 1181 92
878 41 1206 . 98
1200 80 1199.. .
1097 $0 1171 91
1241 92 1242 94
1981 91 1770 " 70
1227 79 1290 89
1294 01 1926 70
1282 40 1257 .$
1009 70 1824 71
906 78 1190 94
1172 89 1194 46
87$ .78 9002. .... ... . 7
1114 91 923 19
1172 97 1983 70
1190 82 988. 7
1209 89 1295 .......... 95
1248 88 1229 . 84
1294 . 70 1201 84
1100 90 1289 89
1115............... 4 1180 . 9
118 81 1119 .............. 91
1200 ............. 70 1101 92
1099.............. 82 119.... ... 74
884 . . 89 881 .............. 77
1191 .. . 75 92 ......... .. ...9
902 90 115........ .......95
1110 10 1214 79
1812 79 12789 4
1297 71 1291.".. .. . ......
1302. 78 118 ..............III
1220. ... ... 70 1819 ...............71
1218....... .......82 1284 91
120..... 79 122.......... 81
1261.... 89 1260.......818 N
1294 ....94 1108 97
1289 84 1282 87
1112 90 1302 82
1122 . 88 1110 99
898 86 1248 78
888 71 1287 90
1184 87 1290............... 80
1807 . 84 1280 82
1240 . 90 1102 78
1104 . 78 12890 . 84
1092 ................. 70 1810 .0
1077 ................. 96 1098 . 96
1079................ 8 1190 91
1090 ............... 75 1170.......... ..... 90
879 .......... . 80 1199 ..............86
1180 ...............7 1024......... ......8
1290............... 94 129 ............... 75
1213 . 88 1271............ ...88
1284 ............... 81 1247............... 78
1253 72 1121............... 70
1178 8 1279.... ........... 93
124. .. 94 1806... .... 70
Oral Examination
FOIl PRINCIPALSHIP OF (IElIThAL HIGH (ICHOOL.
Prof. J. E. Ieaman ....... .... .........19
CAPITOL MOTEs.
Lieut. Gov. Wilits at the Helm - Levee
Matters in Grneral and Derelict
Commttteemnen.
Acting Gov. Wiltz did the honors, so to sperk,
yesterday at the Exeoutive office, and dispatched
business with that rapidity for which he was
noted while the Mayor of the city. Daring the
morning several gentlemen who were interested
in
LEVEE CONSTRUCTION AND REPAyp,
some of those who had tender, d the lowest bids
the day before, called to say that they would be
ready by 12 m. to-day-the time required-to
furnish their bonds and sign the contrac.
A letter was received from Mr. J. C. Donnelly,
who was awarded the contract for the Bairow.
villa levee, near Donaldeonville, Ascension par.
lab, at 21i cents, and who now declines to ac
cept, and the next lowest bidder, Mr. C. Nolas,
receives it at 22% cents per cubic yard.
Four additiona, levees are to be let on the 20th,
viz: The Moliatton levee, parish of East Baton
Ronge. the "u port" levee, parish of 8W. James;
Carroll levee, parish of lit. John, and the "Mod's
Store" levee, in the same parish.
Major Harrod, of the Board of Engineers, has
gone now to stak out the Carroll levee, and will
return in a few days.
About the first official act of the Acting Gov
ernor yesterday was the issuance of a requisition
upon the Governor of another State, and next,
the appointment of P. W. Minim, surveyor for
the parshof Calcasaen. vice Thomas Mullett.
Considerable complaint is made by the Eduoa
tional Committee that the various
PARISH SOHOOL BOARDS
are slowin making the reports requested by them
two months ago, and since that time eighteen
only have been received. T he city charter com
mittee, or one or two members thereof, are "up
in arms," as it were, over the fact that they can
not secure a meeting of the committee, and they
say that unless the committee gets together and
OGT TO WORK
the committee cannot complete its labors in time
to make ise report to the G4neral Assembly.
Nearly all of the country tax collectors have
settled or the third quarter, and those who have
not will settle through their agents.
MISS CORA 301G.
Miss Cora Roig left the city yesterday for New
York by the evening train of the Jackson rail
road, accompanied by her father. As we have
already said, Miss Brig will, upon her arrival at
New York, immediately enter upon a course of
musioal studies under one of the first masters of
that city, and it is her intention eventually to go to
Europe to complete her studileset the Conseirv -
toire of Paris. Endowed by nature with a v ice
of great purity and correctness, art, which
has already done muoh for her, will
develop the strength of her tones and
p rfect them; f r their happy possessor is intelli.
gent and quick of per:eption and is fond, besiles,
of her future profession the lyric stage, of which
we have well ,ronndsh hopes that she will one
day prove a shining light. Miss Boig ts sweet sev
enteen, vivacious and very handsome; t lemente
which ean only aid in her secoss. We wish her
all the prosperity that abe eatn herself desire,
Sd laro lnvitatioi thOth ChnasPa1ce.
'V8 "WUY' OlIN, ESPtIlabAW 33.
PEAT IN OHIO.
Cellector King's Malrts and the Returning
anard Trial.
If there was anything that disturbed the aqua.
nimity of the average Federal official yesterday it
was the
EtLETIOn zzws FROM OHIO,
the Buckeye state, and as the Repubilcans
thought before the election, the Hayes strong.
hold. They did not like it at a4, and really, as
one said, didn't understand it. Some said that
Providence had rebuked the President for his
Southern policy, but they couldn't explain how
it was that Providence had in the pest four or
six years changed the views of about sixty thou
send Republican voters in that State and induced
them to come squarely to the ballot boxes and
DEPOSIT DEMOCRATIC VOTES,
and the general excuse for the defeat was that
the Republican Buckeyes were only teaching
Hayes a lesson. and meant to whip him back into
the straight-jecket Republican traces again or
drive him squarely into the Democratio party.
"It Is done," said pue, "to see whether or not
he will halt in that liberal Southern policy, as it
be does not there is danger that in 1690 we may
not elect his successor, and this will serve to
unite the Repnbiic n party against a policy wblah
leads only to the downfall of Republican suprem
Another thought that the defeat would compel
Hayes to call a halt in his course as the inter
viewed expressed it, or he would bring down
upon his head all the ire of his Northern friends.
Still another had it that the Ohio Republicans
had become utterly disgusted with
MAYES AND slEtiAN,
and their ridiculous attempts at civil service re
form, and for the many exploded blunders they
had made, they, the Republieaus of Ohio, had
now shown them what they thought of it.
One, and an Ohio man, cited what e termed
a faur pas made by Hayes months ago, when he
turned hut a postmaster at Toledo, an ex-Union
officer to make room for a friend, and said fur'
ther gist the e-putstmaster had by Tuesday's
election been chosen as a State Senator, where
he could do the most good (?) for Stealey Mat
thews.
The circumstances related may give something
of a sequel to the Republican defeat, and we
therefore give them as briefly as possible. The
postmaster, Steadman, was eafldient and re
spected by
DEMOCSATS AND REPt'VLIOAltS,
no charge having ever been made against
him, but the Presdent wanted his scalp, and
have It he'mnst. Steadman objected to resign.
log and suggested, as a means of testing the
sincerity of the President's expressions in his
inaugural that the matter be left to the citizens
to decide by an ihformtal election, and that the
proposed new postmaster and Llmself be the
candidates. Further, that it be (Steadman) did
not get three-fourths of all the votes east, Demo
cratio and Republican, he would retire gracefully
and pay the expenses of the election out of
H18 OWN POCKET.
He told the President in his letter that the prece.
dent had been es ablished at Fremont-the Pres.
ident's home-and that the suggestion In that
case was ble (Hayes') own, and further that he
had commissioned the suonesaful candidate, con
sequently it was but fair that the same privilege
ehaid be granted in the ease of Toledo, which
hai a
POPULATION OF Anon? 95,000
inhabitants and Is a great grain and railroad
Centre.
The matter then began to be agitated in the
n'pers, and finally Hayen declined the proposi
tion and rooted Steadman out, which satisfied
Meeadman's friends., nd notwithstanding that the
district bas heretofore proverbially given large
Republican majorities, those friends placed
tteadman on what they termed the national
ticket, ant4
to the State Legislature over an Administration
Republican to show Hayes what the tepublicans
thought of his Ionaugral pledges, his civil service
reformjfiasco soat Sherman's reformatory ideas.
"Than," said the narrator, "shows one reason
why the Slate of Ohio gave you such a majority,
and were the election to occur in a month hence
it would baye been geater still. Why," said he
". herman in that State used to be a big man bul
his financial policy and his utter disregard o' his
own cl'il service reform disgusted the Republi
cans with him. He went himself." contluu'd
"mr informant, "at the head of a lot of his
Treasury clerks, to
OHIO TO VOTE,
granting them a furlough for that purpose, when
his own clvil service rules forbade It, bu even
with those he headed the procession and went
with the clerks from Washington."
Another reason was that they couldn't take up
anvthing against Bishop's (the Demoorsiac
gub rostorial eandidate) record, and befog a
unatnese man, be carried the State without diffi.
nuity, as many of the Republicans did not vote.
Generally, the expression as to the cause of the
defeat was far from bsvieg any snmilailty, each
o e having different ideas, but all spoken to
agreeing that tre Republicans of Ohio were die.
esatisfled, and for that reason had either stayed at
home on Tuesday, or had
VuTED THE DEMOCRATIC TIOCET,
and in their own consultations the Oustom-House
RIpublicans were a trifle gloomy.as they thought
they saw in the future a change that might aff~ct
them all.
tbe Collector was busy during the afternoon in
sending to the various United States tienatore
printed copies of the petiuion secured b i
friends and signed by forty4wo of thepropa
bankers and underwriters in the city, asinth
President to retain him in offioe. The prefatory
remarks of the printed copy informs the reader
that the original was sent to the President by
the Hon. John E King through the Hlon. II. John
Ellis, and that the signatures are genauie.
Regarding the rumored appointment of Mr.
Champlin as Collector, as noted by the Thursday
morning's dispatchee, the Collector states that
ii will be a long time before
and that he has no faith In the accursoy of the re
port.
In the Collector's office nothing could be
learned as to the appoinatment of 11, 1. Joubert
as penalon agent, and the rumor to that effect
previously published was not credited, nor wan
there the slightest confirmation except lnan sIn.
direct way, and one which cannot be relied upon.
It wan stated in Returning Board circles that
the beard had its line of defensa In the coming
trial mapped out and prepared, and that they
would assume an aggressive defense before the
case had gone far, and that should the jury panel
be exhausted by any meeass the counsel for the
lie'urnine Board would object, under one of the
arttoese of the conatitutlon, to the jurisdiction of
the Superior Criminal Court; and that overruled
an appeal might be taken to
THE sUPHEMtE CODET,
and again an application might in some way be
made for a transfer of the case to the Untied
titatee courte.
If there wan any Impression extsting In 85pub.
liecon circles that the Returning Board trial was
to be made a handle for quo warranto proceed
Ings against President Hayes, that has Ceen en
tirely eradicated, and even the intimate friends
of the champion returners admit that the oppo.
sition to the Administration and these conducting
the prosecution will
HOT PEEM1IT POLITIOAL CAPITAL
to be made out of the coming trial. Wells. it is
said, is exceedingly anxiona to get to Washing
ton during the extra session, but don't care about
leaving until he is arraigned or until the cane Is
fixed for trial. ______
THE LATE CYCLOIE.
A Lamentable Account Given by the
Captain of the Eananver.
On the mornir g of the 10th inst. the Dawo.
carr chroricied the oollision of the German
steamship Hannover at eea, which arrived here
Monkay night lest in a disabled condition; and
also that the Bannover encountered three wrecks
while on rodie to this port. It was not until yes
terdsy that the captala of the Hassover coold be
found, can when he was mesa made the foliewing
O blsi(J*of RI.dimer`w tie, abou
w16 ivubeeil r t0 whicAhe saew ,i TM-b Ow
deiege*y %& ee~lee lees the t idulsiof gm
We stringit, uV AI dsolnpantonl.
On the mnolng of the 27th of September, 1e
longitude 90, latitud. 45, we came acrosw lib
wredk ~f the schooner ite, Jones, of New Braess
wick. This wreck was keel upwards.
The 99th of September we saw a third wreeb,
which was that of the soboon'r Morse, of Tar*
moth, N. B.
The above statement of the captain doegrm
the report made in the DaMocar and shoWs *
effect of the late ofolone. It is stated by a pU
who came over on the Hannover, that the etme
tr ma oni of the wrecks was horrible.
The Hannover had on board at the Urns she
had the bolielon some cabin passengers and -
emlgran s.
MRRVITIKS.
The lowest temperature in the city yeete,*a
was at 0 a. m, when the mercury indicated S
degrees, and e hisbhest at $ p. m , 88 degrees.
Besides being the grand oiy of coal soot asg
dr, Plattburg was the coolest "burg" inass
tinned In therweather dippatches yesteiday, the
mercury Indicating 41 at II p. W.
SNOUT ITUge.
Clem Scion alas Thomrs Durand, oiuld aet
prove a good character before his honor jeseem.
day mornin' and was sent to the Parish Pries
for thirty days.
Ann Moreau could not disprove a charge of aes.
sault sad bettery made against her, and Jaelp
Smith sent her before the First Distract Gmir$
under $250 bonds.
t. R. Winters, when his namte is called In lhe
First Dis riot Court on a charge of striking
banders over the head, wii have to ana
"tore." He was sent down yesterday ua&d9
$250 bonds.
Minile Landers, charged by Michael Geee
with having robbed him if $1000, was yesterday.
before Judge Smith on a prelwainary esamia
lion. After hearing the evidence his honor dis.
missed the case.
At 11 o'oook W, dnesday night thieves atteup..
ed to burglarise the resideece of Mr. Hlamnag
on Gasquet street, between White and Broad, M
were frightened ewy by the inrmtes.
Anthony Miller was lodged in jail, eharged
with shooting at L. Uasimer with intent to eosew
mat murder.
Sydney Spencer is lodged in the Osnsatl
Station, charged with stealing some jewelry hias
L sale Chase.
At S o'clock last evening the wharf at lbs heq
of itt Ann street was olsoovered to be oc le.
The f .mes were Immediately ehlingulsbed with
alight damage.
A man named Dick Oarreheon was seat to lbs
Obailty Hospital who had accidentally cat hbs
right ankle aboard the steamer Prank akgeW.
Persenal.
Mr. L. L. MoOlesky, the New Orleans sai d
the Atlantic Caset Lice, has arrived an talaia
charge e oeae uader the bs. Charles MetaL
We extend to ham a hearty welcome, and treathe
will secure as mane friends here as be evilest.
ly left in his old hald of labor, as weold
from the fol owing from the Atllnts £ontible
Mr. L. L. Aleolesty, woo has long been the West.
eran agent of the Atantic Coast Line, with helm.
quarters in thihsoity, has been made Southbw.
ern spent of tbe same line and transferred tao
Orleans. He left for his new poet yes 7e
aecomparled by the heartiest good wishes of as
army of warm friends In this oily. Mr. V
is a prompt and reliable bslaness mpn, agegi
man of Sue social quashties and the poeseeair
those good qualities of manhood which
faiends everywhere. We commaend him to
bselnees circles and people of New Orleanse.
Ealiwsad Persnatls.
liT TUS MOIJILE OUTa.
Am-'ng the departares by the Mobile feet
last evening were the following: N. N Bead
New You k; F. 1. Gro4rlnh, St. Louis- 0. B. Dat
roll, Washangton; H tuick New York; B. isft.
or, Louasville- Dr. D. a. l ox, New York; Johs
Barke, Philaaelpais: Paul Netze, St. Louis; J. U
Sherwood, Naehvle' W. D. Smith, New Leedeup
'loon.; A. O. Stone, raehblaagton; B. E. Hunt, ill
Lent.; A. Pringue, New Yark; T. Moteb,
Cairo.
Academy of Music.
There will be ano:her change in the p e.
gramtme to-night at the Academy. "His OGaes,
he Drke," will be sabstituted for "fun Ma
Yaoht." Leon will appear In one of his baW
alaracters. Courtwrlht will, as unual, on
"Ph1lwy-dewy" and "Stutterlag John."
The only Celgreasetnal District WilhemS
a Representative.
(N. Y. Tribune.]
WAssiuNwrrO Oct. 5.-The only dis
triot in the United States whioh will not
have a Representative on the roll of the
the House, made up by Clerk Adams,
will be the Third Missouri. No osrl -+
cate has been issued to any one in that
district, and as the matter is now tied
up in the courts, none can be issued bie.
fore the meeting of Congress. The eas.
will present a very interesting questioh
to the House.
MOTEL ARRIVALw.
CITY HOTEL-Mrs M K lirann Raoides
Clarke MCom'. City Marx etoddart city,
ElHunt it Louis. John Meatwhim StLotiis.
Poatevent Mt a, J M Curran Florida, H B t
Chiiago b1 L Whiscom Florida, Wilns L 'thett
Lower t'eant It G Robinson city, 14 tunui
harm A'a. C J Koons steamer Bonani Leg, J
iopagamery wife and child city, Mrs Sehae
La James O Atbott Miss, Mrs 11 H Allen Mrs
B Dyne son L K Greene La, R B Taylor La
fourlhe, C S' Owen riv r, Frank Ritwllne city.
S emiaen (kay Bayou Teche.
MT. CH CrEi HiOTEL-J N Pharr Mortal
City, G ) Cragfn 'r Teraebonne W T H'atch n
dianapolla W L MlMiII*n Ca roll parish, WA
J.hneon N'J, B H Grover N V mil Frank St
Louis, J T Canninrahamn N Y. .1 'l oes Ch
A LeBiape H B Muir Mrs Mui' J B Muir
land, J B Scannell N J J H Birdwhlsted 6'
H Biser Kt Louis, J E )uval Baltimore, 1
nerarity H J Sanders St Mary, F J Blair n
cinnati.
Bead Navra's Invitation to the China Palace.
New Parion figures at Offn er's, 174 Canal street
opposite Varieties Theatre.
The great'sale of boots, shoes and brogans bt,
Messrs. H. & N. Samory. yesterday, was such
an extensive and laborious one, that they were
not able to complete it. They, therefore, adver
tise a continuation sale for to-day at 10 o'clock,
at their salesrooms, 45 and 47 Decatur street.,
See their advertisement.
RBad Navra's invitation to the China Palace.
Magnificent vases and jardinieres, cheap, at
Offner's.
Honer /liD BunrY AT A IAnlina.-Leonard
& Maxwell, the popular stablemon, advertise
for sale, at a bargain, a stylish pair of tros
grays . nd a No. I buggy. with pole and shaft.
and a fine set of barn as. Go. nd see this hand
some turn-out at the stables on Baronne street,
Read Navra's invitation to the China Palace.
Go to Offner's only for new and choice china.
glass and crockery.
Read Navra's Invitation to the China Palace.
The One Dollar Sunday excurslon train on
the N. o., J. A N. R 1.. from New Orleans to
Me 'omb City and return will be run on October
14 for the ast time. ACer that date it will be
discontanaed. W. P. HlKINLEY,
Huperintendent.
New majolica ware at Offner's, 174 Canal. op
poasite Varieties Theatre.
Read Navra's invitation to the China Palace.
H. A N. SAMutLT,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Nos. 45 and 47 Decatur ttreet,
New Orleans.
REGULAR CATALOGUE AUCTION SALES
-or
BOOTS. EIOES AMP BROGAss.
of nakhweek.
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