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From and after this date, all' JOB WORK, TRANSIENT ADVERT ISEM ENTS, &C., MUST be paid for in ad vance. No deviation will be made from this rule.... All parties .owing the VINDICATOR are requested to call immediately and set tle. .PELLI& AREAUX, Publishers I. All persons indebted to the Visdicator, are earnestly requested to settle up. Jois Pickle hasa many friends in New Orleans; so says the Bul letin. . Gherkins and Cauliflowers are the prime. favorites here,.bat, we&lod't like to talk about it, the auhject is too sour. The Radicals of Mississippi are following in the wak.e of their brethren, in, Lonisiana, a rl the imoumit of petrited lying done, would do eredit to Ananias. Ye gentle negro voter is being killed in `Misissippi at the rate ? Lf a thousand a day, but will re Fvive in time to vote next month. f Mr. 8 Curtis, who was stabbed ..4the. affray on Sunday last, is doh gwelli, sad rill. be able in a ies; (ly is t attend his trial. District Court, is in sessiol in Winn and DM8tbt parishes. or `id 9ell levfer in Coin sha tat The :troops have been re moved to4hehill . B1. i. ~Eki Family Orocery ior i now the great.resort.L Biil Allen arid sort money won't 'ri'e ua ly mIre in Demlocratic tanks to disturbe, the real issues bebre ie . pople. Hard money and fi e trade, that's soan De m oeratie doetrine, r' The hMlhi ppt radicals oppole the sending of troops to that Stiate, W shouod Ita Ir so. Thb C6C0ah"att COIMes Is entirely Ideld *itsh rarA to thle mails fp'Oý,thJ. h f)ol.q :Mr. pqVargas is known to the itisos, and also to the a en tos an elfidebt -nd + elm r _ F.m e r.*. , f t ,.1(. , s t • :1 o ma* la rseaeisienat #.bythe way 01ofibttas v6 thooen that are fe iorfiine go asek aat ,outs. The (ihes asn get tho proper isigt to the matter by appling to well known citizeants re'' S ifW I til* turdi its Sg#an la; s h l b kswe as the Mail sitraator,. thelae : t will tell well. .. .. . i, A, . . ,.. Right fresh Oyaterantt A, D. Wright's. The Only Vital Question. If the Democratic party is not sue ceasstl this coming Presidential elec lion it will be because of their own self. willed fiolishness. The issue, before the American people are perfectly plain-so plain that all attempts to subvert them are palpable, and easily understood. This bhug-a-boo finance question is only intended by the Republicans to de tract public attention from the vital qnestions of the hour-whether we shall continue in power 'the rulers of the past eight years, who have viola ted every principle of the government, or that they be replaced by a consti tutional party. We admit that the Democrats of Ohio have gone riving, insanely mad, like children, over a question that has no possible bearinug upon the point at issue, and the Had icals of that State, as well as of the entire South, feel correspondingly elated with the hope. that some such mania may seize the mind of the White people here-thereby covering E up a tangible, living reality, under a t poor weak abstraction. If the Bourbon element in New Or- A leans dare afflict this people with such I an issue for next year, no punishment enlhl bi to onrerre ,, . rr... alrr7me. They should bear in mind that ty- r ranny can be exercised by friend as I well as foe, and that retribution will I come to each, from those who have t been outraged. Louisiana must be a sared; must be redeemed, not only E from the rule of radical politicians, i but the peoplo must take charge, put ting back the self-"constituted monarchs" that are ever ready to per- I ish--at the rate of ten dpllars a day, from among them. The campaign of 1876 in Louisiana, will be bitter and vital ; upon it hangs the fate of the whites of the State the question is Africanization or not; that ignorance and vice shall rule, and virtue and intelligence depart. This is the whole issue in a nut shell, and no outside abstractions-can, or will divert the mind of the well-intending citizen from it. There is no politics in Louisiana now, nor has there been for the past eight years, nor will there be, until that issue is settled, how ever much, some may desire it. The 1 fight is for race supremacy, and we 1 must be plain spoken about it. This is to be a State governed by its native white intelligence, or al wilderness given over to the howling rantings of the ignorant 'blacks and their attendant vultures, the white skinuned Carpet-baggers and Seali wags. Ames, villain as he is, has sounded the key note-"whites or blacks must r rule." That's the point, and no' amount of "swash buckling," licking, maudliog slobbering, can cover it up. 1 We fight corruption, Soutlh, combin- I ed with stnlupidity-North, tlhe fight is against educated rascality. We fight I the blundeliug highiwayman, thliat in open day, pistol in hand, demands a "stand and deliver I"-they, the learn ed doctors of the trade, who with fin, isheld tools, enter, take and depart. We desire to see all the Conserva tive Journals in Louisiana come oat plainly on this matter-many of them have been "slurring around", and "comnplementing" enough to make the I white people disgusted, and moreover, we want to see peple '"cut," socially, such pinks of thievery and outrage as perambunlnte the public streets of our cities, towns and villages. What good, in God', iname, comes from as sociation with theem? Have we not respectable men of onr own class to associate with, without hunting up these miscreants - Uome down. to the "pan rock" and stick their, tight it out on the main line, and victory is certain. 81oshling out on feeble skirmishes Wiill loose men and gain no yictory. •RALInoAv.-Our latest informa tion from the railroad is by letter, to one of our leading citizens, fiom Mr. Kerr, genelral manager, in which is stated that Iij, James ,(d .arrived at Alexandriawithi 250 more handa, making near 600 in all, and that. from three foniftls to one mle per day was being graded. The surveying corps will reach oar city during the coming week.: No doubt a newr and vigorous impetus will be given the now Jatent railroad ex Cieteriment. . Onr people can rest assured that the ew. Orleans ami Paciflo Railroad is a amd fact, an4 it. completion the auestion of but a fewmonthhs. Mitters connected there&ith in tihe 9 ity, are ,going on as well as can be desired-the Isaurance Companies 'and business men generally, will take Ia'gfe ieterests Iii. the stocek, besides taking up such bonds as tlhe road may issnue, at good .eash rates of diooupt. A negro man named Estes, was killed on SiunTayiaiSt 'in this city, by M(r. James Kn!ag. .Tlhe Ikilling was justifable, as far. ~ we Jearn, MBuch excitemenrt was eaused by it among the negroes, and we hear it said that Blunt lent himself t the' task with unudue and unealled for A tireliminary vexamliation will be held ifnmediately, :'and the facts will then be fully developed. Iowa and lebraska avQe gppe Subscribe to the Vindicator, To the Breach Once More!! The contest in Ohio was purely lo cal, nothing national Idepended upon its results, and no one should be dis couraged thereat. The republicans of that State were as emphatic as the I)emocrats, in de nonncing Grant's Southern policy, and the people of LEuisians should go on with renewed efforts to seuenre their own liberty. In Pennsylvania, the endeavors of the Republicans to, drag in the cur rency issue and make it a leading feature of the political contest, haa proven a signal failure, They wjil be beaten upon the open question of the frands, peculation and corruptability of their party. Upon that ground must they stand. We admit, how ever, that the failure of the Cincinnat- I ti Enquirer's wild, visionary scheme, I whicfeh is Pendleton's pet hobby, will injure us to somle extent, but will not impair our certain success. Sam'. J. Tilden, of New York, - stnnds to-day as the living represen- I tative of Democracy. Hard monwn;. Sates Ri(qlr; . No Federal interference. llosestq and in- t telligeuce, are alone, (Aepas.ports to of. c reign of LIBERTY, VYaUva and Civ ILrz.ATto, against Corruption and r Barbarity. Let us not loose ight of a that. Stand solidly together and our a success is assured. The radical lead- I era have in vain tried to bring us out, i in this State, on these financial issues, I with the hope of covering up their 1 past wrongs to us. They have failed! and must stand upon past merits. c Have fortitude, "B'rave spirits are abalsam tothemselves: There is a nobleness of mind, that heals Wounds beyond slaves'.' t The New Orleans 7imes, of Octo ber 6th, is in error with regard to the reticence of the people upon the cur rency questions They do not, nor will not regard that as the vital issue. It is only a small part of the complex object. There is much "ulterior object," great "eventual beeefit" in view, which imperatively requires the "citi- I zen of even ordinary wisdom to en gage in the struggle." There has been entirely too much of this curren cy chaff in our city journals of late, and our country friends are not over pleased thereat. We are sorry to ib our ,friend, the Times, seemingly engaged in assist- . ing Packard, Kellogg and their hosts in diverting the mipd of the people of Louisiana from tle vital point at issue now, and whichl will be at is- 1 sue next year. Or~ntism-with its attendent parts, radical-negro gov ernment, is of more danger to us, as a people, than all the inflationists from iHalifax to Connaught. The enurren cv and tariff questions will be regn lated by events-when there is gold enough in the Treasury of the United States, specie payments will be re sumed. This consumation certainly cannot be reached without that con tingent; and free trade doctrine will nsurp the place of' the present pro tective tariff system at the pro-1 per time, or when a majority of thle people turn foed enough, as in the present instanrce, to exchlainge substance for shaddow, to be lead off with such buncome trash as the Ohio Democrats have gone crazy over, and forget in a struggle' for liberty and self-government, allissnes save that of the "rations" during the war. - We beg the Times, an able paper, and doing good work for the people, not to"stir up" that question again. Let it rest, as it certainly will never enter into politio# here aext year. Besides, we have some men who, if you should get talking on enurrency, are the biggest "starters" you ever heard, and some one will be "green backed" or "gilded" to death before the winter is out. At present theire isan "unaccountable reticenee" among pocket porte-monnaies up this way, as we have not seend one "open" in so'in time, althoughi weV ltrve dinned the curreney question in the ears of the autocrats (who owe us) for many days, and have expressed a willing anxiety to take o'uvsi "hard or soft." Go softly friend 'llme,, during these hard days, let us "rather bear those ills wte have, thrian fly to others." The planters in the vicinity of Bay. on Sara, Woodriile and Fort Adams, have been much troubled of late with negroes stealing enih, cotton aeed and seed cotton.! After 'notifying the smaJil store-keepae to desiat buping suech articles from negroes, and their demands not being heeded, they are proceeding to' turn up ,the stores along the line of the river, thus strik ing at the mroot of theevil complained of. . "-, Some steh policy should be enaa garated by our planters here, as manch complaint has been madoe that the peculations upon the crops are of fre queit octrrance-toO frequent for the good of the cnaitry, The born lag up of themse hue ster shoeops later spereed with thie hiangldg of a few of the leading thieve would put an end to epttoo stallaug, we think. It t said that tih Iew York Dlemo Orstae. are uas .mul elmated at Hayes' a~seess an- Oho a the Republicaos, and a litl: . hite so. Now futhe tiate' tosdribe to the Vindicator. The Wish, Father to the Thought. Packard says: "The issue in Lou isiana next year will be one of fin ance." In thy wisdom, Oh! mighty potentate, thoa hast overreached thyself. You would no doubt be hap py to have it so; you would like to argue the-point, but-it cannot be 1 "Horatio," or Samuel, we forget which. The robber has entered the citadel I of Louisiana; has been caught in the acnet of plundering It of the choicest I treasures and desires to discuss the i propriety of taking them off in the shape of "hard or soft money." This is Packard's idea of 'centen nial," that all should be forgiven-the murderer pardoned-the robber re leased and all will be lovely-all t serene ; no one will be killed ; no one C will be robed again ; Packard and Iis army of saints(?) will govern Louis. r iana, take their "pay in hard or soft" d -hoopla. But stop! me thinks we ( hear some one object to the "rose tinted" picture. There is too much color in it, a "leetle dark. White in d telligence and virtue will not be pwt. off with, "that's right old fellow, itr at all fixed up." Oh ! no, Mr. Packard, made that bundle oiees'and up lthe mountain you must "tote" it. No of use in trying to shake it off. Its C stuck like the hump on the Camel's back. The gory ghost of Radical rule in Louisiana will not down at your bidding, but shakes its locksat thee, proclaiming, thou has done this deed ! As much as we would like to ac comodate the President's friend, the United States Deputy Marshal, the tl Commander-in chief of the Federal In troops in Lonuiiaua, the Chairman of a the 1iukdeat Republican Central Com mittee of thieves and liars-we moust decline-we beg to be excused from a "shaking hands aewro this chasm)? ei Oh! no. That would betoo gracious ti and we cannot see where the people L are to "cole in." b Packard can prepare himself and is party for such a political shaking up, a as they, nor other menl, have ever had before, and should they live a n thousand years they will remember a how the whites of Louisiana destroyed o the Radicals of the State in 1876. a Exit currency, enter wriTE MEN I u Get your army ready Gen. Packard, n for we intend to lick you like h-, h allelnjah. ii The tendency to shield the culprit i eriminal ofticial; has begun to pervade e the ranks even of the clergy when brought to the Ltand to testily to the moral pulchritride of some menber of their flock wlio has indulged in the c little picadilloesnusual to radical of ficials. These remarhs are suggested by reading the testimony of a certain I divine with relation to the frauds charged against Delano and the In dian ring. As aegards charging tilhe government 1,50 pounds of beef for 850 pounp beeves, he says : "hle heard so, but ras astonish ed"; did no belive the man dishon honest but he hald lost his "usefulaeas in the world"; aBd that he declined to say more as tje gentleman (T) bad a wife and chlild" . Is this the quality of christianity that is being atthmpted to cram down I the throats of ithe Indians' of the fronteer ? If soi let us have and end of it; the poor ITidian will go to hell 1 fast enough without such teachingA as that. The fart is that the major ity of the North -E so utterly demor alised ; has got so worldly wise as to believe th they can throw sand toin the eyis of God ;Almighty and there is no socounting for what they may next io. We look for ai grand moral prayer meeting to canponise .Beecher anad then will be willing to prs away.. We cannot refrain from eoadema-. ing the conduct of certain prtiee' high in oalce, or rather claiming .o be, in connection with the hllig which took plac in tois ei. oan- ,* day last. A persistat e ort is being a de to drag polities into the matter, :aid when we say p~itics, we wish tai distinctly undertood to meanu - issue," by thosal said parties. ,re judgment hIlas .een pronoaenced s eathedra and the filat isa gone faith, that Mir. King hs committed ar '' der most foul aund unatural," wldeh Sthe faets of the ae do Mjgesatfi. .The law can be executed in thh parish without a this show apd par ade, which is in alged in by pats and to see their ostentations acLions one would be le4 to believe that the were themselveA lovers and oeberv. era of law, whieic they are-when it suits their pnrp4 and part3y, The white citizens .are aious to sustain tihe n)nsaty of theim law, to vindicate justicee but they do not pio pose to Jeffdeisze this couantry--pere cute inastead proseeate, and the partiles who do $o, irWill eertainl3 be eondemned. Tle law mats take itts course law, noi subject ti tthe twrist ing and diftortin of paolitical bodies for party ends. i~/at is -cavetin, We understnd that our 3ew York DentocralS friends are over happy at the @ efeat of Allen, in Ohio. River fallio~ at Grand Ecore. Inflation Dead. The Ohio Democracy have Sure ceeded at last in arresting the Mis dal wave which was about to ne them into power, and have of renewed vigor to the ener, o she constitutional governmen the l Union. wit So much for leaving the tin1S e SUES in the battle r fighting ror uponan abstract. We can now stri,'or the fight fro iln dead earnest. iflation in all wit its forms is deat( Hald money, P the ruling featj of the Demo cracy from its iest days, is the de only true sort policy to advo- ha cate. The ise, however, is Grant ism or LibeY, and patriots must choose si'' This sall check will afford our radical *emies an opportunity to do a .arge amount of blowing, th the Fst in some time. in perman, at the close of his ad- ac dess to the assembled "Union of the pi Army of the Tennessee," lately held ti' at DesMoines, Iowa, stated that he w wished the speeches there made should hi ho arjuted and scattered over the oi old Union soldiers thought of the ex Confederates. a We would suggest that a car load as be sent to the "Winnebago reserve," I in Illinois, also a few be served on the half-shell to Miss Iucker's husne band, Phil. Sheridan, to cuare his "as- g sassination in the air.'? it A few more democratic victories in € the North will convince Gen. Sher man himself, that we of the South, si are not as bad as painted. a This mud flinging in our own ranks ei at our own people wont do. New Orleans politicians are commencing tý early this year at that same old u tirade. We publish to-day Mr. v Leonard's letter in reply to Packard, 0 but we cannot see that any cause ex- c ists for such an article as is published a also, from the Delta. aI The people of North Louisiana are i not to be abused into line; they are . as patriotic as those of New Orleans t or elsewhere ; hare shown it by their n acts. The issue of 1874 was their make up and it won; they have fur- a nished all the plans for success that have been practicable, in 1868. in '70, in '72 and 1874. What have New Orleans politicians proposed t Noth- I ing except 1s get in line with some C "hocu poeus" party North. We woutd commend to the conside- I ration of the emineutly wise and pa triotic politicians in our capitol c city, the fable to be found in £Esop, regarding the lark and the farmer. ' (McGnffey's second reader will do for the mass of tlem, for apparently they have not got beyond the A. I. C. in Louisiana polities) as it eminently portrays thei' mental condition. Not willing to do Lonuisiana's salvation without the gathering of friends and relations, they are ever stirring up differences. Peteson, the leading caterer to the Is" dies' taste, isL qiffering such inducements which cannot but make his already pop nlar Magazine more desirable than ever. The price will yet remain the same. Two DOMAns per year. We advise our 1 lady friends to subsclreribe for none of the trash now Iiung published as ldies' Mag azines; butto inve-t their money in this Peterson's Magazine where they will be repaid a hundred fold, The prices to clubsai are astonishingly low, (postage in all caes prepaid), vis: Three copies for e 80 1 with a superb Mezzotint, "Christmas Morning,'? i1x26 inches. Each individnual sunbseriher will be presentedt as a centen nial gift, with Trr.mboll's great picture, '"The signing of the Deolaration of In dependence." Address Charles J1. Peter son, 306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. M [ dy of atonement was obeerv ed by our Ilasite friends generally. Store were elsed, busineessnpended s app~ priate'eeremoniles were held la the Masoap Hall. The obuerva. tieon of tba 4d has been held aered by thMollowes of Judea from time imme-ouifal, for UMos said to Aaron, go to.ti'alter- id _or.. ,sln of f g, and he.Issmaof 11tiy for A. nwtig t has gpeasd a saloon on St bi streent wh holcest of bivl*gs ean be ha Iii allt styles, frid, stewed orrai We knowof what we speak, for we tried them and they were fresh and delicious. Do not fail to call and give Wright patronage. J. A. DuconUcrA, the well known merchant, corner Front and Church street, has replenished his stock oh English, French and Americas Dry Goods with a select assortment, tredh from the factories. His ladies' em poula is noiw the resort of the fash ioo and the stolk displayed 'is com plete In every particolar. See his advertiseement in another columa and fail not to give him a call and price cheap goods. , . We thank the Central Conncil of the Property-Holders' Union of New Orleans, for a copy of their Report pprn the State debt and taxation of Looisana. S75,528,2980 is what the Itax payers of Louisiana have had "sboved up" for them by aegro role, in thbe last eight years, sadtill Pack arl is not happy, but cries for more. e Trouble at Friar's Point. IIelena dates give us some particol -€.re, of the troubles at Friar's Point, Mississippi, between the whites and j in negroes. 11 It seems that one Brown, negro dreI sheriff of that county, organized his put squad "to take the place," as is usual in with them ; time whites resisted their b encroachmentts, of course, hence the it b row. etas Senator Aleon, Republican Senator hay t from Mississippi, leads the whites ma. 1 which shows conelusitely who are car wrong. He (Alcorn) has telegraphed thin Pierrepont, Attorney General, that lie the whites will act purely upon the defensive. No considerable namber has yet been killed. Brown, the ne- jan gro instigator, has been captured. A. H. Leonard's Letter. r Hon. 8. IL Packard hea o Dear Sir-I have enosidered care- C fully your letter of 7th instant, and cia the "Declaration of Principles" there in referred to. Therse is much force in some points you make, and thie co - declaration, as a mere declarai of do e principles is, with one or two exeep tions, good enough in its way, but do e ithout intending to be in the slight- wi eat degree offensive, I must say I fo Id have very little faith iii the platform e or declarations of any political party, $ r eagtnL. by them alone be con. ex- eient tadvalistrttit " a publis " trssts and the election to tkat end of ad scrupulous and capable mew onli," is ,,I serinnaly intended. The platform of the Republican party, adopted at Baton Rouge in Ti 1872, is, perhaps, in all respects, as th a- good as that recently enunciatad, and it moreover pledged your party to in carry out certain refqral measures whichm. Jf 1872 were, mndbnow are im 'r peratively essential "to the end of en h, srur pree, good ordera a stable py and l goreramen t is Louisiana. ley T Rpublican party has pmisse- be ks ed plitcal power in Lou baolmce of ), Iherefire respnelbb' .t all n ' acts rn commission and .m.iom i ag that date, and has made no effarts to id redeem its pledges given in 1872, If. with the exception, if exception it be, of the funding act. W1 T The people of Lonisiana, if I judge a x- corretly, are not se the partisan ed adhereits: to any politial party. The ei absolute necessity for the establish meat ofa repestable State govern ir oeat amd their earnest desire for re peace and prosperity willt iduee them is ins to accept aid froms and to act with all air men and any party practically at. tempting to realize that desire. Such di attempts, however, must be shown by er acts and not alone by declarations, nI hat glittering with generalities. Will the sl 0, Republican party prove its faith by Its b wort ? BW To illustrate the idea more clearly : • tlh- The Legislature will assemble in Jan- a me nary nst, the Senate bet. Repub. lican, the House Consepvs . Sup e- pose the seate originateº ad passes a number of billa-sme repealing pa- existing laws, unjust and iiuitoeus, tol others exacting beneficial mehsures- N ºp, which are cocarred in by the. Hone, er appro,ved by theim Gvenor and tihus become laws. for The Republican party weud a n Sy :questionably be entitled to elatim and I in would receive theim greater portio of the credit due for tme passage of nch measures, and if the State were thas [otin efifect redeemed, the people in their ' on great joy would feel greatful to those ti od to whom they would th'.be so mueclh Sindebted, and waving all questions of the past, would hopefully press on ward to the glorious future awaiting . Louisana. S If the Republleab party intends to nta carry into effect the prinmples an op- nounced in the deelaration of its lead er. ers, will, at the next session of the me. General .Assealy, aid in carrying i our through and thmosseeure, as they an the dobtlEdlyt esi demshipasmsae t all measures looking to reform. Among other thigs, existing laws relative to hi election, revenue and printing should be repealed, and laws passed edbo abs dying provisions as to those matters all in aeeordanee with tile prinipe of r 80 free goverment. But it is necea ryto etate in detail I whatsshhaeln,,w4. M4 be done. "Peses; . .od d t" ! a n stable and frugal governmeot can be ' r, established in this Stateskpithopt any. In- serious difficulty if leading men will oer . only ti,~ t t An,.m,,..L views. There s no ressonwhy w n i~sl ea s lde at e the noet n mieso rr. *Fttoonal ~ 7r he placed, 11. by per Ieglatl, In a esedition as vorable a stlh joymd by any l State in theim Unon, a whlich will meld not beffestdl by the -nsew or deo va- faetdau of st us lerious patties Ii sad With ~all m e <d over- " on, lug to ueense that rssly1 ob. o- ject I has Iinview when I d engag . d polities. lira no politdian, 'saeek no ofce, stad Iadependent of ll :par Sties, ca notling for ere party asmev, ,b,.la oio . 1 'of qtaiderations sad co-Ipess with and tli +owho, at the next session of the Leglaature, will assmuredly. work for the goodof the Stabte iladependeply ghtof all pdiCaesl iprone s. • I conadder sach a letter as thfat which I had the pleasure of recely a ing from you a high compliment, and irch while wn:.ay not tdsale to agree on kuall points, I shall certainly not regret I our effoits to e-opeate,; if possible, Dry and am persuaded some good will re real salt therefrom. Respeetfully, m- + A. H. LosArD. om The citizens of Ifout e, in: his mass meeting assembled, repudi and ate the policy of a Convention in rlee N~vember. We will bee at an early day, what our people rill do ii here. Jew We publish the call of lion I. port H. Marr, Chairman of the Demo o of cratic-Conservative Central Comn .a mittee, for a meeting of that Conm ni, mittee on October 21st. Let there ck be a full attendance of the meom ore. bers. BY TELEGRAPH. rSI.lVEP~tEOT, LA., Oct. 13. 1.7 Oafll. :ongrve: heat bad ; returns from three hon. dred townships and wards, give re. publican gains of nearly six thousand in Ohio. Democrat state Central Committee, concede Hayes' election by five thousand. lepublicans claim it by ten thousand. Reptbhhean tick. els carried in Iowa, where republicans have gained fifteen per cent over their majority in last election. Newark, New Jersey, city election carried by reptblicans majority do thirty-three hundred. Large repub. lican majority in Nebraska. Keep stiff upper lip, better lack nest time. Latest. Shreveport, Oct. 14. James a Coegrove: Columbus and Washington disbtdtl. es to-day, show different ralts., Fifty-three river counties head bta leave Hayes two thousand belhid, Chairman, Democratic Commaitee a claims Allen's election. hwi.mn. Myers will practice law in our e courts, so'tis said. He ought to I do the most of it in the prisonem dock. Where is Coley Pierson w- with that indictment against hiln for grabbing the School money. "Stealing iaygpl is a ob art, SBut little thieving is a dangerous part. S'T: wrog torob a hen rmot Of aO men. a. Half-rate messages will be received and fowarded by the Merchants Union - Telegrapt Company, from and after s this date. to LAI OFFICE, of. H. .arr. 2s . arondelet at. New Orleans, Sictober lst., 1875. 1 TnE. ,ATc CrNTrL omorrrs or ' THE DEMOCRATIC CONSERVATIVE le PARTY will meet at the city of New Or leans on Thurday, the 21st., day of Oct. I- her 1875. This calinimade at the reqqtn e of a number of temnemners of the te - II mnittee and a full attendance is earnetl m iequeatcJ. (Signed.) B. H. Maan. S The.yellow fever scare has al worn off. Mr. McCook has re e covered, and no spread of the dis ease has occurred. I- No dauger need in future be -' apprehended, as old Natchitoebes a is nearly fever proof. t. What kind of a money plank eh does Packsal propose to "divide" upon t His prognostications are he slim, if he thinks that finance will ' be the only issue in I~oisiana nut * year. Had money New Yod n- will lead the Democracy, and " b fail to see where Packard's paty . K' will come in. We have received from a frialdi New Orleans, the proceedings of te le Chamber of Commerce, iii relation to Sthe Tare on suganr. Besolutions wE . be adopted that the actual tare will sd hereafter be branded on packages o of sugar with the planters name, which ,, only will be allowed, thus doling away eir with the former 12 per cent dedale me tions. ns Cotton coming in slowly. )L I. CARVUS. R. W. TAfw . Oai rvt b 'aylor flOT STRET,' latebitaebes, L. For the FALL id WN TER Trade. NEW GOODI ! New Goods i rpHE entire stock Is better saild I select than au every introdlea iDa this market, and having beaes with CASO, ms be sld 1eg .mb The Motto of ther'lm is i sell CHEAPER THAN THE CL T. i 07" Call and examine our soob, whisk consists in part of JEANS, TWEEDSB, KERSEYS, BROWN & BLEACHED COTTONS, LOWELLS LADIES' DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, BLANKETS, Woolen Goods of all kinds.. BOOTS, SHOES, LADIES' and GENT'& HATS. Clthbing& faell and Coqmlc Asslet meat. Crockery, Hollow & Wil low Ware, A fuall line of FANCY and FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,sC. Books, Stationary, &e., &e In fect A FRESH sad aeleat stek ot gesi uIJwy oe baud, which having been pMehvd a Seash basis eables as to offer estr. ~ lSa meats to eash buyers. Highest cash pleppaid fIr o etto mad a f produne, and liberal advanoes ma el is oi or merchandise ob 40sigunmeat Sept. i5-1V. MEAT!MEAT!! A PERINI bas opened wtan i't At market-house and is fally prl to fornish the best bedf b b tto e a, the public, during market hors. Af ter the market eloses, 'parties desi ring meats of all kinds can be. supplid at his store, corner St. Denis and SI econd streets, at all hours duing the day. - R:ates CHEAP, xn:. Terms strictly CASH.