Clipped From The Times-Picayune
OCTOBER 9 1875. . as : to in - DEMOCRATIC VOTERS. Men of the Third Ward in Council . ' Convened. Resolutions Adopted. A large number of the voters of the Thiid Ward held a meeting last evening, evening, ar. No. 46 Magazine street, and effected a permanent organization by the election of the following officers : President Thomas Byrnes ; Vice President, James D. Beebe ; Recording Recording Secretary, Geo. W. Flynn; Assistant Assistant Secretary, Jno. Hagan ; Treasurer, Treasurer, W. J. Hartwell; Marshal, Thos Markey. The appended resolution, offered by Mr. Nicholas J. Garitty, was unanimously adopted : Whereas, in the approaching election election of 1876 it is necessary that all good citizens, irrespective of past differences or affiliations, should ar - iav themselves in opposition to tbe Radical Republican party, tbe party of nepotism, fraud and corruption ; and Whereas, we have been taught from the bitter experience of the past that our only hope of relief from , Federal interference in domestic d flairs, nnflagrant and despicable usurpations, odious monopolies and a rate of taxation tantamount to conns j cation, lies in the success of the great Democratic party, both State and National ; therefore ' He it resolved, That we avow our - iucere and unalterable devotion to ibecaidinal principles of Democracy; chat while we will exert ourselves to he utmost for the carrying out of bare principles, we at the same time Itn and that tbe nominees 'shall be lieu of truth, honesty and capacity men who are above the influence of loMtical hacks and who cannot be controlled by party tricksters and . rirgs, and that none other shall receive receive our support. Be it further resolved. That we invite invite the earnest co - operation of all ropd men towards carrying out of the above resolutions. The meeting then adjourned nnti Friday next. . "