Newspaper Page Text
DAILY l)FIM( )CItAT. fll. la Journal or the NWf° of Iol ioi0iooa. Pflknlr Joursnal ort flu (9l1y o New (Prlren s. Office. 109 Gravaier Street. gEORG1 W. JWUPRI & O.d I' 11(1' it t ET PI't N. (+> rnul;; . Itlrn'l r:, 4. 4, 1IJ'AfLP1E JOulN AU(lI'lIN, A IIIItT 0. A NI N. H. J. INIEAI8EYV. ,61 c - '':--------- · ------- MEW1~ ONtLUANE.r eKPffaNUIKc O, Imyyl. The ).EM neATr hereby challenges the 7EItit,'q and r'i.cy!untie to produce niuler oalrth before a notary public a statement of their rni rr, /ile receipts from adver tsoements in their 1st of 8eptember ls sue (exclnsively.) The 1)AMtounAT will do the same, and we will wager the 1'ic atwne $200 and the 7'irnew $:flO) that our receipts exceed each of theirs. The -wager to be deposited with the notary, the selection of whom we will leave to them. The full amount of the wager to be paid by the winner into the treasury of the New Orleans Pacifle Itailroad. The following circular letter was pre sented to us for publication by a gentle man of this city to whom it was ad dressed. It is with no ordinary feelings of satisfaction we observe that a number of prominent gentlemen in the North lhave Inaugurated this movement, a movement which must be hailed by every patriot-whether he approves the principles advocated by it or not--with extreme pleasure. This will be, we con 'Adently hope, the nucleus of a party, which as based on well define principles instead of upon prejudice and sectional hate, or upon communism, will be a vast improvement upon the present condi tion of things, in which the success of parties is attended with little or no re eult, except to the individual aspirants for official positions. But we heartily approve of this move mnent and the purpose aimed at by those who participate in it as being founded on correct economical principles, which, If carried into practice, would redound to the prosperity of all-workingmen as well as capitalists. i1tltAoo, Augustl 7, 1H77. Diar Nk- -A fret trade convention at Mra toga, N. Y., Mept. 8th, takes the place of the cnrferenee proposed to be held in this city. It ls called by ap-ovislonal national committee, of which lon, Nat han Appleton, 10 Comnmon wealth Avenue, Boston, is ehairman. Its obJect is a permanent organisation for imme late work. Will you cat pubfr aftenltion to if V.rtuh your l!o plreI antid attend it if ps aible. Your respectfully, A.HFn i 11i. MASON, (hairman Ex. Conm., Ills., Fion Toradn league. LEGAL ADVISER TO THE TREASURER Laurent Auguste is a large griff, for. -aerly a cigar maker, more recently a street broker, and since that, having re tired from the brokerage business, was selected by our Btate Treasurer as his legal adviser, and has filled the office since 1N74, The Treasurer deposes that he paid Mr. Auguste for his legal services out of his own funds. This shows the high estimate he placed upon the legal at tainments of M. Auguste. Now, consid erlng that the constitution and laws im pose upon the Attorney General the duty of giving legal advice to all State ofil cials, who are req'uired to call on him for all needed counsel, and that for this and other services the Attorney General and assistant attorney were paid large salaries, It evidences great liberality on the part of the high principled Treas urer to employ special legal counsel, and to pay for the same out of his own pocket. It proves, too, the high standing and t-epnte of L. Augusto, Esq., as a legal counselor and adviser, that he should be thus preferred to the attorneys em ployed by the State and to the whole bar of the State and city. Considering that Mr. Auguste's name does not even appear on the roll of the practicing at. torneys of this State and city, his selec 'fon for this high position of advisor to the chief revenue officer of the State, Indicated something like a reproach of our very eminent bar, and involved a very high tribute to the professional at tainments of that distinguished jurist. Our curiosity as to the grounds of this preference of Mr. Auguste over all our disciples of Justinian and Blackstone is fully justified by a perusal of the tes timnony of Mr. Auguste himself, pub lished in the morning papers, wherein be says that he "was generally occupied reading law in the Treasurer's office, and that he was not a lawyer, but knew something pf law; did not meddle with the books, but simply gave advice ac COrcltiU lto )o.ll.non sense''." Advice "according to common sense," was the great legal merit and qualifica tion of Mr. Auguste. He did not meddle with the old calf-skinned books, the "ancient saws and modern instances" of the thousands of musty tomes, with the Pandicts, the Partitas, the (C'rnpw. Jtou(s Civflis, et rotera, from which other jurists gather their legal lore, but he relied on common sense, and with that evolved rrom his inner consciousness the invaluable counsel and precepts by which he directed so prudently the State Treasurer through his difficult and frequently bewildering line of duty, ,and rendered this administration so brilliant a one. Thus let our struggling and aspiring young attorneys learn the superior value of this new qualification for suc ,a in their profession, and throwing ahit the many volumes over which they take so many naps, betake them. selves with all their energy and assi dulty to the study and attainment of that common sense, which at one single bound, bore Mr. Auguste from his hum ble position of street broker to that of chlef legal adviser of the Treasurer of the State of Louisiana, DAVID A. WELLB ON FIEI TRADE. In the last issue of the Nor'th Aoeri cn, lhviepr', Mr. David A. Wells, int afll article entitled "flow Shall the Nation Regain Prosperity?" discusses some questions and presents in support of them statistics which are of peculiar importance to this community at this particular time, and to which we Invite attention for this reason. In address ing himself to the solution of this problem, Mr. Wells finds exactly the same causes of depression and suggests precisely the same corrections which have been set forth repeatedly in the columns of the DaUronaA, and the whole question, as he sees it, and as we have presented It, is: How shall we create new demands and larger mar kets for the products of the nation? This question, by reason of circum stances of legislation rather than of natural and spontaneous growth, in volves, first, the subordinate proposi tion: By what agency has our market been circumscribed and limited, while demand does exist in the world, to an extent so disastrous to our industrial classes? And, secondly, How can the buslnqps of the country be revived by removing the causes of depression and affording to our products free and un burdened access to markets which already exist, and which we have only to reach on equal terms with other com petitors ? The essay is a powerful argument in favor of the opening of our ports to the trade of the world, and against that her metical Chinese policy of isolation which has written the Iliad of our woes, and, in view of the call we publish this morning for a free trade convention at Saratoga on the 8th instant, we should like to tublish the entire document, but shall have to content ourselves with a brief synopsis of its main points. He goes at once to bottom facts, and shows whyll we trade. Trade, he says, is essen tially barter, exchange, and money is, and can be made by any circumstances, but a mere medium of contingent and collateral consideration and value. He thus states this proposition, and we can conceive of no presentation more com prehensive or simple: "There is no wealth to be made through trade4 or exchange of products beyond the simple economy that r.alrts from the pro dumcer supplyinK tim rotnluoer chcape-r than tih consumer can supply hilsmolf directly by lhi own efforts." Mr. Wells then goes on to show how our vicious tariff has shut ourselves in as well as excluded other nations from competing in our home markets, in sup plying products whose prices are not based on honest and legitimate de mand, but on obstructions placed be tween demand and supply by violous legislation. We have proclaimed to the producers and laborers of the world outside of our country that: "W4, do not think it, dosirable that you sh.ould sell your products or your labor in this ,'ountry, and so far na we ran interpose ilgail obstructicirn we don't intluid that you ih,,I In suggesting the sources of our de pression the remedy for it must neces sarily occur. There can be but one healthful incentive to production, and that is demand. When production is F stimulated by the artificial means of protection, the necessary result is that the market is limited and the sole pur pose then eooomes to monopolize this limited demand. When this demand is supplied, surfeited by the unnatural stimulus that has been applied, there can be but one remedy, and that is to enlarge the demand by opening up a competition in other markets, or else the production must be limited, as the market has been. In substantiation of his propositions Mr. Wells cites the commercial opera tions between the United States and Canada: In 1852-53, In the ab).ener of anything Ilke nelllnorcilel rroeIlFoF , theF Faggregatc l xclallngeo Iletwoen lthe two e'oulltrlt4n amollFunltol to nily $210 691.0(100. The MFubsequelnt year a treaty of reFjlpro1.'It y wenllt into efiet, whereby tnhe pFo pl' of the two Fx)untrl'li were enablt, d to trade andtl exchange their pr(lioductI with lItltt' or no o)IMt ru(tioill in the form of implort duties. The Ir'(sulit was that the aggrega1t of exchangl IrmsF the very first year of0 tim operation of thFe t. t'aty from $20.691,00(( to $3:,404,(()0, which ssIiquenti.ly incr1easfed, year by year, until it reachedtil the figure or $55.000,i0) in 1862-3, Fall $84,(.H),(HH) In 1865-60. In 1866 the reciprocity treaty was re pealed and our exchanges fell to $58, 0t)0,000. There is no reason why, under the natural laws of trade, the exchanges between ourselves and the people of Canada should at all differ from those between the States, and yet Mr. Wells makes the following statement: The aggregates value of all tih exchiange Ibetw'en thF e 4 (F0000.(H of pFFple In the Domi nion of Canada an!d the 44,n0,00oF) of peoFploe in tih United States for the year 1875, through eovery variety of instrumentality, was only $86,000, ()0, while every 4,404,)0(3 of p.)ol le on the United State' side of the line, under tihe cFonditjion of perfect internal free-trade, ef feetied ,exchanges between themelve.s, through the IFagncFy of railroads alone, to the extent of $1,0o,(),on,000. This argument is further strengthen ed by statistics of the trade with Chill and the Argentine Republic. In relation to the trade of the latter country he gives the following tabula tion of imports into that country during the year 1874: From England, $21,405,00)0: from France, $1'.,.36(,000.; from Belgium, $16,777,0(50; from thelF United States. $3,945,0.0); with exports to I the United States of $3,747,000. Our comparatively insignificant trade with this country is attributable to our prohibitory tariff on wool, the chief pro duct of that country. This prohibition is the invariable cause of all the bal ances we see against us in all foreign trade, and in correcting this we at least place our producers on an equality with those of the other nations of the earth. In concluding his case he presents our argument from an unexpected source, indeed, from a proclamation of Grant himself in relation to the annexation of I Han Domingo. In his last message Grant said: All thiri bs 1,ri.'nh rl iti ('iulrn 'rid lIr', Ir', ,lor d in a ,lii ' lrA ,, tin sg . Iblorg 4. po1rt iof t,hi' Unllitn l Htrl. r s, mro lillnilntn! letwoln thel island a dil thle innflnRinil wi, iuil i fr'te ; thlierc woilhli bi no on .(po , 4i1t l it on her Alhilpn ntl ; Ilr Iipirti, dii l nr ,rtn thols l n nn Iing hre. 'hol'te wovld hbIe titi IInI i rt ehlitlion 1t111101lii.he supi lm I h r, il hitnery3, Io . ', illng fit'll tIIhe What stronger argument could be advanced than this in favor of free trade, and yet all the benefits it sets forth can be Indefinitely multiplied I without annexing Man Domingo, or any other country, by simply removing the burdensome anti oppressive tariffs which exclude our products from the world, and only serve to keep up ab normal prices here at home to no one's benefit, now that the production ex ceeds home demand, and can no longer rely on protection for a profit It never was entitled to. WAUON$ I (JANE VAIRT I I4POKE1i XE. Wr IaOCrAL., IN and US Union and 11 and 7I Perdido streets. Sol .nOt nrit ih OUlohbrttled "STUDt lA KE WAt ONH, (JATS and I 81'IING WOII of In kin ds and sinno. enaler In 'hilmdnliphi and Wenteorn (ane Wuon A, COarts and Ltrays: Tlnmlelr Whooels; Wheelbarrows of all dersritionn ; 11Jhkes, Ftl loees,.hn, Rhafts, ete. Wheolwright matnrirl. Orders trompitly filled. All work warranited. GEO. J. FimIIUDRICHtI, )ENTAI, SUII; E()N, linA retrurned, and ian lie f"irll nt h1is ronnma. Ii5 mt. Charles street, eor, ireld. 0l lot 2'r $EPTEMBER 14th. Having boen assigned by (len. P. N. tioden Iln the nommlrnn of all inu1oniformlllf conlmlanrlles, hlatrlol s and rogimentl Ihrt may arlartill prto In lthe parmale f the P.urteenth of Peptemb.r, eortnmandillllg nflSers wlho desire to takn paIr in the comlrrall, a n f I ht.a day, are rl'nrloltel toi ment in the rooms of lthe io'k I;xohango on FItIDAY EVENING. Hotenmtl,,r 7, at 7'. o'-Io,'k. s_.,n it W. T. VAUPIIY. THE CELEBRATEl) GLENN WAUKESHA MINEIRAL MPIItINi( WATER. OEO. MoOLOBKEY, HOLE AOENT FOlt LOUISIANA. Frr Rale at ar HI. (lharler.trert. euildr MuRsoneI Hall. annd 2ll CaIilnal ltroet. Tolln , u, illlnia. AR1 7t ¶Jr, ........d....... MEI"I'EMIIEIR 14. Thoe omlfoorr of the variousll tommatl8tll whlrhi Dartlcltet id in the ation f Optill ber 4, 14. 1.74. lanld *lnnary t, 1s77. havlni l.ortnllrminel eletori a puhll' eonlmnmOnlrl tion of thn approeit'llllg an ,Iivorsary of the FOUIITEENT'II (OF HEI'TEM BEll by a pnubll, parade, the uindirlgno.l, in I aelordantl e with their reso.lutiotn, eartestly and I oorrdlilly ilvitles all nivie and military orgatniTa tld In this ifty to onit' witth them in an appro priate olal. lobration. and rililelsts thlosi bodlit , through thlir lirliPer omffirsl to signify to him at Ias erarly a tlt o Ripossibll,. their Jlltlint.tinl to take part. in this olorlirtion, In orlrdr that thny in ay i.e lassgnId PIllropr ilposiitinllS In the llro Fc ED. N. O IItEN. s,4 E&M td IN Ulniin tront. TO TEAIIHEIL . Mit. (II.it. (IOitItON, pIrti ipal .IwksonI floys' Hehool. hew o-Ln'ed obiwsn for tw, n hors prlpilr ingl for tile Hiplitlttber ex'mtinatio.it o t thi iho0l1 Iltlll h it ' til Mit itt.114 ' 4 trl'l.t. Ti t rml S, V$ a monllth in lnllllnno. 'Tiln hllasei will olntitl ull to the iday of e lnntiltioni . 14.2 10 I)ELINQUENT 1'AXl'AVEI . In addlittion to talvlittling niletiy for the pay tnont of t.axes, Iulldr net tl Iof 1i77, we will pay oity taxe8 of 17r1 anid prior years at a LAItEIIR DISUOUNT for cash I hn I iN Iattllly iofferod. We will soil s (ip Irilors in s.4uIs to ullt, any bill at lowest prlces. CITIZENi' HAVINGCI BANK. antl lm t2D 2t 22 litlrnno nltront. Itetablished IO9. P. o. Hfx 701, WIIITE'S (INNERY, Offlo i2' Union, nHar Carondolet strusot TO COTTON FACTOR) AND PI4ANTER1SI GINNINg TERIS-THE SEE). BAGGING, TIES, TWINE and DRAYAGE furnished FREE since isti. Parties wishing to know the avorago ylold of Cotton ginned at "WIITE'S GINNEIRY" last season will please send to the undorsignod for olroulars. 1). PI'IEUR WHITE. Illaton nm 2d NOTICE. To Stoatniboats. StoaLmtIshlp, Shiptis land othler M-l-goillg Vessels: MAYonALTY Or NEW OL.ERANS, i City Hallll, Octtolt r 13:, 1875. INo. :271-Admnllnistration Heries.l lithsolved. That the duitlling of c'llnkor, hal Iust antl allother i 4 htr ttiantis of like hiira'tart Ilnto the river within the or.i rn lot lhiitt t of the city of Now Orleans. b,' atnd the samntl is hllrte.b strtitl prtohilbit , I. teiotlvetl, Thtat ea.h and every violation ,f IIt ilrovistons of this o'ttitalnit' shiill sublttllt tie otlnnoiir tro ailln ei f $14ii. rotovtrltblito lt h,, cit nyI tforo any ,outrt of col iotetlit ilrisdlitl in. Adltoted lby thl, ('oiitiitl of the tity of Now Or liltllln, October 2. 18i75. C(HAh. J. LEEDS. Mayor. A trui' v rcopy: J. H. H-ATI,v. Svo'rotarv. From this date tiihe above ordinancel will tt4 strictly enforced. Captains of stieamboat.s, st'nimhtips an4a other vessels are retqiest'td ti ideposit their clinker lind substatncet's of like na ttur otn the wharvies, so, that the lessees miay hlav the 'inmet remltoved. EAGER. ELLERMIAN & CO.. Lessees. New Orleans., eptemlber 5,1477." ses Iw NOTICE. NEW ORLEANS. Septomber :t, 1877. The undersigned hereby cautions all persons from giving credit to Mrs. Mary Heim, she hav ing left my house, and I will not tie responsible for any debts contracted by the said Mrs. Mary Heim. JOSEPH HEIM. FACOnTO AND TRADERI' INSURANCE COM I' A N', 37...... .Cgro,,ndpct Rtrcefpt. .. 97 I'nld up CUnpltal, $1,1O(,Q000. Anteta April 30, 1877, *1,242,1,OM $10. IHHtfM H IEN11,I1 'I,4 I iVVEHitN(1 irlip,. ItIV Eli AND MAIRINE JlIHNE Ar LOW Em r TARIFF IAITES. .1Nt I. ('IiAFlE. Vln PrPFI lI'III TII(lH. FN. WA ELi Eli, Ho. i'.t tty. .lohrl 1 . Nohn. TLyf1Lvii Johi, OhnlTn, HINtunoi I'. II.v'. il''lhnrd Mllliknnr.. Jofill MeElroy. .1. I. Wnrir'n, WiVII. 1.IiMont. Hnn I Pdl'ln'nr, W~iil. Ii. lii'' k, A. A. Ynt""4, c'hna. thI~hn.Rn .tolii . A on. 1. OI. JuryP It. M. W8'lIniR''l. ('.. I. Intl ,L l A. Ii. btny. A. 'I'. .Jnojln, H. IL. lowditl, .ioi. li JIM. A. M. lIlkl'nkm. rn1 IROYAL CANAIJIAN INSURANCE CO OF M11TP411IiAI,. DOUGLAS WEST, Manager, I)epaurt.aeuit of (1iif Statae, 195 6IJAVIIIE RT1 'KT, N1;W ORLErANS. 11.113I1 fill P. A. IDAIREKE, tIenrral Inpiurancle Agemnt, No. 53 IrarondClot itreet,. NEW (t1lLEANH. /Etni IFire, Iniiestn"'' CJoinnv, or harillrrrd, n49ots117,07,00 tiiiJn ord Piro hu,,.zmni'n (?.ni - i'nuv, or olllrtf'r'l,· n..n'.tP. i,270.000 lihm lFre lui iran"'n U'rnr'atwy. or Now York, *Inn t . . 0,104,300 ( iiilfnrtttnrl Fire tnplrnrrw'nr ('oin- I'n;.v. ot Now York, ninn'rt. ... ,040,3000 Frrn.klln Flir' Innurnon or'nl pnI''.v. o Plilndolihirt, aininol,.. ·.3>1<3,EJ@ Ma Rrunrllln'ttt Mit inl 1,1!.' In 4inran"'o (Comtrn u. ol HLrIng 11uhd, 1YM 1 4 .....1 .,435,630 Rol I fit W W. (;LA, nF Jiio. W. Nornnt, I). Trrcn. 'roirnlrltnl. Vigo, I'r'.RIdout. Ho".rt;l..ry and,. 'rrouR. DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. 'rho oanR llna Haltr In the world. In ve 11nevi fall.4l to prr'iorv" their ,'ont;',it. ngnin.lt. PFIRE OR BI'I lIAIl, thiough tointoil thounandn of tiunes. Partles 'Ri hAhiinhing thhomnioivo in hi uinin. will Iliji it. to th;'ir inherent to give inn iatill "hirforn vor.'ihAn hna ninowhero. (hOvr twent y Hoomnd-had1 Com bination Look Hafes on hanrl. for nalo vary Ilow. A. ROY, Agent Now Orleasin bran.'h Jil'lold HFae and Look (Conmpany, nun22 2.plp.T 17 Canal mt.rcrt.. CUETILAL I)DEPOT - o0 - Animal Vaccine Matter. VACCINATION. DIRECT COW POX. Thrn Intonlty for nettbllishint In this llty n iemtri l rofi h'', for vitix'lrintinst dirni lly fro t til, COw IJ flt, mlind adml it+ted bJy nIl, inl orlfor to ar re! t1 th lr vtilG'etR Inttv iI by the lrI l-.pox on otllr populatiton. Thl. lI the motive widb has di l- -te(I mo i (,rtnting It, n.o1fidelnt of Its good ti'ut1. itnid frotm it hatvin tneon ment.iiondu by o tLt ritno.,. I hliv. .mi honol r Ipto ofTor to aln i1 ligihtilied| omrlllnllnilt y my w.trvim.,, atI, NIo, 1 Ct rouinlt .., /trnl't, ornetr COntl.l, whre tihe viroua toJken dirnr'tily front tiite now fill thll |spot, will hi utiptllnd to thiolt who honoir me with tholtr oni IIlncn. V,.,tnintntlon nlis raVnolarmtion rtpplndl In thil formi i time only onol tprent'li.rlg ino dling.(l.ir. and lth only pronervatilv[ oii noi..indi utiliy whi'ch I n. iiTro ipro)wrvation iiand x. X ptiO.nll from Auill-poix. It. is, Iat thu ctarn tlrin. tlh mOot alutallry metlhod aidoin.l by onlmillton~d tntnplt to ito'ro It t spe dY.l torminatioln of the epld mlhes nlTfftin thmrn. P'loro.lt not vuciltnated ran h.oronn .o at. any leriod tl and diurigllt aal nltons, Tiin who hlave elon so for eOveni yt-.rs or imore thou.I l ho rn vallninatlod, the| moren u tu ith 11ahis bolon dolmon l.trate+il that. vnllinlti,on lltaken from tho arm la not, t.rmarnt.nlnt. (hildrrn ftorm their earllnat infiuitiy and ivenl i the plriod of tthilllng are oxposodI to no ouril in hlit lg varcinaterd, and during tan opiduioml hould bho i live tldays aftr th ilr birth, I-lilun will find Ir mi y n stattlishmtnt an itnlart mI1nt,. r.uweirv'il uixi u!el/vrw.y for their ItLi+iomrrlmo dation, whr'n i.y a-it ho valcinated in most ruuutuu+ui fuili rlvniy. On MONDAY. Augustn t 13. at 12 o'olock, the offleo will he opned to the t pil Ic. VacetnatlnR Days. MONDAY and WEDNESDAY for Ladlis. TUESDAY and TriUItSDAY for (lontlomen. liitwo.n 11 and 1 ito'ilonk. I'ri, i, l oaitwh. The aiylurne and charitable LIntitutions gratis. auto 2dplm* DR. J. Dn ZAYA8. New Orleans Savings Institution, No. 156 Canal Street. TRUeTEEIR: A. MOULTON, E. A. PALFREY, CARL KOHII. T. L. BAYNE, DAVID URQUHART, GEORGE JONAS, JOHN O. GAINES. THOS. A. ADAMS, THOS. A. CLARKE. CHRIST'N S0HNUIDII CHAS. J. LEEDS. SAMUEL JAMISON Intrest Allowed on Deposits. D. UBQUHABT, President. Ol&n. KILsHaW. Treasurer. asol Iysp ANT. OAnEBaRI. O. CnaR.aZ. &. L. CARRIERS CRAB. J. OARBBIUR A. CARRIERE & SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Corner Royal and Customhouease. Liberal Advanoes made on Oonslanmentl to our friends in LONDON. LIVERPOOL apse Imid BAYBE and BOEDZLUL JEWELRY AT AUCTION! ava"W~ n yf " rtm a.ºxna-ýr I.W3r e anama.ý."lir. I. C. LEVI, Auctioneer, lO ................... ......... anal street......................... 10/ WILL OFFER, TWICE A WJEIKI, 1118 LARIGE AND ELEGANT MTOCK OF JEWELIY AT AUTIOON, And remainde f dnrl will s-41 at Pritrtn FRain a uFuIRl, from lIVE to TWENTYT-IVB Mt ENT 1~ 1 tha, auny ot.her establlahment whlh advertisns daily. Watches Repaired and Diamonds Reset m nly by skillful workmen, at the loaest rates. jel furn I. U. L EVI, 1 Oag ani stroel. OIIAiH '. oN. IIN ET MEI A, ROCHEREAU & CO., (COMMIRITON MEIt:IIANTH. SOLE AGENTS FOIL THE BALE OF iRVO & &COPA1N7T CHAM:PAGNE. IMI'ORtTERK. OF II1BRANDh , WINEP, VERMOUTHS, OILM, ETC., - mouth William mt., New York. Isand InMt,. llles Street, New Orltei. e 19 Frn 7iL]DM tVA La. ]tEG MO4VAL . o-- TO OUIR NUMERIOUS CUTOMERS, FilENDN AND THE PUI'LIC. - o htaving leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the MORESQUE BUILDING, forming the corner of Camp and L'oydras streets, we will take posseeslont of the same during the MO)NTII Oi1' SEIPT'rIEMIIBER, --- with one of the ---- LARGEST AN I)I BEST SELE('JTED STOCKS --OF Fo RNITfR E, EVEII OFFliEIIED TO 'rHflls COMMUNITY. GON4IfHTIN(G OF PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY, HALL AND OFFICE FURNITURE (OF VEIIY HT'I'YI,F. DEIN AND QUALITY. FINE FRENCHI PLATE M IRRORS, AND A IAIIGc AHHOIITMENT OF COMMON FIItNITIIRE, OF EVERIY OJIADE AND l'ltl'E. 0·--- In the mlantlimf we will I1ZrF)1T('E 1111 I'IIICEIrH on our to,"k in Armory Hall to e ohvitu the oA u4"l1e of moving. I'artlus wishing to tnk' Ilvan'1 tnfn ofl thin rod notion should nall before W~ rNrIVf. ' thanking then l'tlt, for thl'lr gallrounlls patroagun rlring many v'are: past. We 1,lpel' sbtriet attenltion It' fanine 1ana1l upright dnalingll , to moit a i ot ienuanc e of the same lan our new 'iuart re, R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY. N. Ii. We will RETAIN ARMORY HALL for our AUUTION MART. r tst 1..t PHILIP WERLEIN, 78, 80, 82 AND 90 BARONNE STREET, AND 135 CANAL STREET, LEADING MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH, Dlwlffii ALL COMPNWFFlSW. Best Planoes and Organs, Imwest Prices, Most Liberal Terms, Largest Asertuet, ' aver oreoeier so se i seth. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORLI)D-RENOWNED CHICfKEINO PIANON, The Rent and Most Perfect Pianeos Made, ALSO, FOR THE ELEGANT UPRIGHT HARDMAN PIANOS, In ton, and touf h sroprlor , toh T'IyI 'lv PrIanos. ,I, 'Ollal durablllity an1d wsling Stoo Iles. War raInt/ld to givu Icood sa, rae!,44tion or Ith, mon',y r.fllnd(l d. bold on 4small monhbly payments. Or very low for (nih, sole Agents for the Celebrated Maron & Hamlin, ster ant No ESw g land Organs, JUST RECEIVED PER BTEAMEB ALICE, Pive Crmes MuIMrical IXntrumaents. The Trade Nupplled below Northern Priceso. jy17 GIUJ1UEWALD HALL, TIlE LAIIGEST MUSIC IOUSE IN THE SOUlIl. G.ENERAL AGENCY OF THE LEADI)ING I'IANOS OF jTHE WOIWUD. STEINWAY & SONS, W. KNABE & CO., PLEYEL, WOLFF I CO., (PARI%,) And the Finest Parlor and Church Organs, Reduced Prices. Accommodating o'erms. I)IIREICT ITIMIORTATION OF Musical Instruments for BandJ, Strings, Accordeons, Must Boxes, At Wholesale and Retall. kpedail Prlces to Country Merelgnt". Sheet Music Below Publishers' Prices And at corro.ponding low flgures to Profesfors. S~hoo,!.' the Olergy and Couiry Merchants. TRIAL ORDEIR SOLICITED. ES.'TIMATE4 FURNISHED AND CATALOGU) MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS. IOUIS GRUNEWLLD, tot eGruewaM Hall, 14, 1 1, 19, sc and 22s mirase stroes 2Nw frlsm.