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Offielal Journal of the Mtate of Loullsana. Oficial Journal of the City of New Orleans. OMler 100 Grarler street. O.ORGE W. DUPIE & CO., PBOPRIETOBr . GEOIOE W. DUPRE, 1. i. HEARSEY, JOHN AUGUSTIN, ALIBERH 0. JANII. H. J. HEAIsEY ............... EDITOR. 33IW ORLEANS, UeSPT3Kll E 11, .sl,. WADE HAMPTON'S SPEEOCH AT ROOKFORD. 'The press agents have not thought Wade Hampton's speech before the Winnebago county fair of enough importance to be re ported, so we have had to await our exchangoe in order to set it before the public. Yet we think it comparne very favorably with the series of oratlons the 'residential starring troupe vouchsafed the country, and certainly his manly, and yet courtly, utterances of his own and Southern feeling, withreferenee to the unhappy past, present a very striking contrast to the amiable and deprecatory pro testations of our constructive representative In the Cabinet. Postmaster General Key. Gov. Hampton's speech shows a hearty as well as deli ate appreciation of the occasion, as well as of the complment to himself that it implied, and his true regard for the proprie ties, his deference to his audience, and yet his proud avowal of the sincerity and honesty of himself antd iis people in the past, give us every assurance of a lman, and prove him a knightly and worthy representative of the South. He did not fail to pay a deserved tribute to the Winnebago Agrloultural Boclety, which extended him the invitation, and which had, in far less propitious times, paid a similar courtesy to Presitint Davis. In this connec. tion he said : It was this snociety year aiso. l)fore the po t tleal spirit which has now st haptflly subsided had ahated. that was nmong the first to Inaugu rate thnt spirit of reconihalltion which is now aprelling with such wholesome force over this land of ours. Therefore, when they made a call on me. I as a B~iithern man felt that it was not only my plraIsure. but that it. was my duty to go and make a resIonse' to them in person, and thenk them for their course in the interest of harmony, and to pledge umy cordial co-operat ion in this pDtriotie and noble work. Gov. Hampton alluded to the attitude of e South during the trying days of the pres Idential ount and claimed that to her conser vatism and desire for peace was due the peaceable solution of the difficulty. The same disposition was shown during the recent labor riotald these circumstances prove her sincerity: She h bonds to fate to preserve the peaee, an .Wants peace. She wants you, ogle tofA borth, to understand her condi on. she wants you to realise precisely what ie aemepts as the result of the war. She wants You to understand the motives which has ae tuated heO not only before and during, but slinec the war. I for f yseif, my friends have no con ceal men to make fr the past. I have taken attl3the War, nor would your respect for me be lOcreased were I to ofoer any unmanly apol t.y for it. This is a perfectly true and honest state ment of Southern sentiment, every word of which will be indorsed by his own people and admired by the brave and honorable men of the North. -i- l Joe Hawley said the other-day of the old Confederates: "When we find men who live up to their ideas of honor and right, we shouldn't Ask them to go down on their knees, or ask them to take back anything." Here was a man who could find no offense In Wade Hampton's refusal to blush for his splendid past. On the contrary he would love' him all the more for that past antd the rever ence in which he held it, and there are plenty f more men just like Gon. lfawleyin the North, andt we all feel like Hampton in the mouth. L h Elsewhere Gen. Hampton's speech is pub lhed in full. The Hartwell, Ga., ,Shn has found nout why the Confederacy failed. The infernal fools neglected to elect .Iht Brown, of that State, President. The (btrrier'-,ournmt seems to believe that it is the scissors, and not the pen. that is might ler than the sword. It comies to us often of late Without a line of editorial, but we doi not And it any the less readable for that. The Workingmen of Ohio held a convention at Columbus on the 13th, and formed a coall tion with the IGroenbackers, placing Stephen Johnson, of Miami, who was the Greenback ers' nominee for Governor, at the head of their ticket. Gen. Sehoileld, commanding the D)epart mont of West Point, is determined to put an end to the brutal practice of "hazing" in vogue at the Military Institute, and to this end has issued stringent orders, imposing heavy penalties on cadet officers who fail to protect the pupils under their charge, as well as on the cadets themselves. The letter in this morning's DnMco'nAT from our St. Louis correspondent is worth a careful perusal by our capitalists and busi ness men. The route of the grain trade of the West lies down the Mississippi and through New Orleans, but capital, enterprise and organization are needed to direct it there. Some of the St. Louis merchants, like some of those here and elsewhere, seem to be afraid of publicity and newspaper discussion. This is a mistake; the more these facts are discussed and the wider they are spread the better. All that is required now to restore the former prestige of New Orleans is the Intelligent organization of capital. Gov. Carroll, of Maryland, has adminis. tered a very sharp but merited rebuke to the militia of his State who acted so shamefully during the recent troubles. In his letter he declares that hut three fragments of com panies of the Sixth Reg iment could be mus tered to preserve the public peace. and sus tain the authority and majesty of the State, and of these fully five-sixths afterwards de serted in the most dishonorable manner, and he therefore asks the resignation of the officers, and orders the regiment to be dis banded. There is very little use in preserving a military establishment of such a character as this. It is to be hoped this rebuke will at tach a personal disgrace to those who are known to have been rocusant to their duty that will serve to infuse a better esprit into the rank and file of the Maryland militia. A "Lawyer" this morning renews the re cent demand of the DEMOCRAT that the judges of the late Supreme Court shall be made to disgorge the $75,000 of the people's smmey of which they plundered the treasury lghti e authowdy 0C a vile aM Aafamous a statute as ever disgraced the records of a legislature. The people will never be satisfied abqut this matter until it is passed upon by the courts, and if there is any one of the late judges who believes that he took the money rightfully he himself, ought to desire the institution of a suit that he may be vindi cated through the decisiton of the tribunals in the integrity of which the people have faith. The Attorney General last spring expressed his purpose to institute a suit for the recovery of this money so soon as the vast pressure of business in his office would permit, rnd we have no doubt he will do so during the ap proaching term of the courts. We see that it is claimed that Mr. L. C. Bruce's recent score of 219 in the interna tiohal rifle match is the champion match score of the world. This is not true, and Mr. Dudley Selph still retains the honor of having made the highest recorded score of'the world. His record of 219, made July 10th, which won the bronze medal of the National Rifle Asso ciation, still remains unequalled by all the laws of rifle shooting. The rule is, in case of a tie on the aggregate shots at the three ranges, that the highest score at the longer ranges decides the victor. At the thousand yard range Mr. Bruce and he are a tie, but Mr. Selph beat Mr. Bruce two points at the nine hundred yard range, Mr. Bruce beating two points at the eight hundred. Again, Mr. 'ruce shot on a coaching tpam, where he got all the advantages of the points of his companions, while Mr. Selph made his score in an individual contest where he got his own gauges and elevations without assist ance. Mr. Selph still keeps the champion record of the world. PONOHATOULA, La. Sept. 10, 1577. Editor Democrat--Please lot a daily reader of your valuable journal know whether a police jury of a parish has the right to pass any ordinance to close business places on Hunday inside of an incorporated town which has its own officers. I have written to the Attorney General and Assistant Attorney Gen eral of this State and neither have answered me. An answer through your valuable jour nal will much oblige. DAILY READER. If the Atttorney General or the Assistant Attorney General were to attempt to reply to all the questions of this nature which flood their mails they would have little timne to attend to the mass of public business now on their hands. "Daily Reader" should ask the opinion of some lawyers in his town or neigh borhood as to the right of the police jury. We assume that a police jury has not the right to pass such an ordinance ay that referred to by our correspondent. Mr Editor-As our smallest circulating me dlum is a nickel, can I be obliged to take pen nies in payment of a debt due me of less than live cents ? The case is this: I frequently re ceive checks on the Citizens' Savings Bank, and when the check calls for $50 03 they count out $50 in currency and three pennies. Is this right ? I understand the same bank does the same in other cases, and, as none of the other banks do it, I don't think it is right. Am I right In refusing the pennies ? A SuBRs(sIrnn. We think the bank is right. If it owes "A Subscriber" $50 08 we do not see what right he has to claim even a cent more. Of course the bank cannot force him to take his three pennies if he does not want them, nor the $50 either if he choosesito decline it. But neither has he the right to claim five cents when only three are due him. The DaMOCRAT has several times advo cated the introduction of cents into our circu lation for the benefit of our poorer people, who are often -forced to pay-f-v-e- or- ten-or twenty cents when one, two or three or six or eight cents would meet their needs. If all the banks, and our merchants also, would fol low the example of the ICitizens' Savings Bank in this matter, a long step would be taken toward benefiting the poor and small consumers generally. WAGONH I CANE CARTS I BPOKEb ES. T. IIBO~I.A., 18 and SO Union and IB and 17 Perdldo streete. Sole Agent for the Celebrated "STUDeBA KER" WAGONS, CARTS and SPRING WORK of na11 kinds and sises. Dealer in Philadelphia and Western Cane Wagons, Carts and Drays; Timber Wheels; Wheelbarrows of all descriptions; Spokes. Fel loes, Hubs, Shafts, etc. Wheelwright material. Orders promptly filled. All work warranted. se2 lm A CARD. Nzw ORLEANS, Sept. 14, 1577. Having. upon the impulse of the moment, re cently caused the arrest of Mr. A. M. Haas, on the charge of stealing a horse, I deem it a duty which I owe to myself and to Mr. Haas to state that I regret the injiury which I may have caused him by such action, and fully and freely exono rate him from all criminal design in the matter. set7 It* (. MOSES. BHUUOL BOOKS. Having been awarded by the State Board of Education a majority of the bids for furnishing the public schools of the State, and having ar rangements with publishers, we are prepared to furnish the following books at prices named. Column No. 1 is lowest retail price adopted; column No. 2 exchange price, for first introdue tion, when books of similar grade in actual use are taken in exchange: No. 1. No. 2. Watson's Independent Speller 20 11 Watson's Primary Reader. 20 11 Wa'son's S.uond Reader .... 21 Watson's Third Reader..........5 :o Watson's Fourth Header ...... o :mI Watson's Fifth Reader..... $S)1 54 Watson's Sixth Reader ........ 1 20 5o Steele's Philosophy, Astronomy, ach ............... .....1 20 f7 Stoeleo'sChemistry,(leology.each 1 20 67 Steele's Zoology ............... 20 7 Private schools will be allowed same prices as public schools. Other lists will be published hereafter. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE, J. C. ERICII, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 180..........Canal street ....... ......13 NEW ORLEANS. sell-lm2dp CARPETS ELKIN & CO., 168 ..... . ....... anal street .............. 16 Are receiving new and elegant styles of AXMINSTER. VELVET, BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CARPETS,. OFFICE MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES and CORNICES. CURTAINS and UPHOLSTERY GOODS. OIL CLOTHS, from six to eighteen feet wide. At the Lowest Prices. sel lm2dp F. NEWHALI:, Importer and Dealer i1 Wall Paper and Window Shades, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. No. 40 Camp street. PtIos a suiuth As stb L* . I FACTORS AND TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, a 7............ Carondelet treet ............1 Paid up Capital, $1,000,000. Assets April 80, 1877, $1,282,908 66. ISSUlE POLICIES COVERING FIRE, RIVER AND MARINE RISKS -AT LOWEST TARIFF RATES. ED. A. PALFREY, President. JNO. CHAFFE, Vice President. THOS. F. WALKER. Secretary. John I. Noble, T. Lytt. Lyon. John Chaffe. Samuel H. Boyd, Richard Milliken, Joseph McElroy, J. I. Warren, Winm. J. Behan, R. T. Buckner, B. F. Esehleman, Sam'l Friedlander. Wmin. C. Black. A. A. Yates, Chas. Chaffe, John I. Adams, L. C. Jurey, Isaac Seherek, Wm. Hartwell, Ii. M. Walmeley. C. J. Leeds. A. H. May. A. T. Janin, 8. H. Snowden, Jos. Bowling, A. M. Blekham. sel P. A. BARKER, General Insurance Agent, No. 58 Carondelet street, NEW ORLEANS. REPRERENTINO : IEtna Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, assets ....... .... $7,087,000 Hartford Fire Insurance Com pany, of Hartford, assets ....... 8,,20,00 Home Fire Insurance Company, of New York, assets ............. 6,104,0 Continental Fire Insurance Com pany, of New York, assets ..... 8,040,000 Franklin Fire Insurance Com pany, of Philadelphia. assets... 8,835,0oo MaFsacllusetts Mutual Life In surance Company. of Spring field, assets ....................... 0,4 5,000 sel im ROYAL L ANADIAN INSURANCE CO OF MONTREAL, DOUGLAS WEST, Manager, Department of Gulf States, 138 ORAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS. anal lm GREAT RED UUTION - IN THE - P~RICES --OF THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATION MACHINES. THE SINGER WILL Z.AST A LIFETIME. 4FEND_FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PRICES. Address THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., I5 CANAL STREET. sel I imhi THOMAS LUNN & SON, COTTON PICKERS, Corner Orange and At. Thomas streets, Beg leave to inform Cotton Factors that they are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to them with promptness. TEnMS-Baling supervised loose cotton, in eluding bagging and ties, ba. Putting in order damaged cotton, $1 so0. Address Order Box 43 Union stret. sel lm* CANCELLATION OF BOND. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, State of Louisiana, Executive Department. Whereas Mrs. CHRISTINA GAIISTKAMP, of the city of New Orleans, has applied to me for the cancellation of a bond for the sum of TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS, sub scribed by the late John Garstkamp, her hus band, with Frank Leidenheimer, Jacob Haffner, John Roehm. Adam Ellenbach and Herman Rolle, as securities, dated the nineteenth day of January, 1875, to secure the faithful perform ance of the duties of said John Garstkamp as State tax collector for the Sixth District of tbh parish of Orleans, Now, therefore, I, Francis T. Nicholls, Gov ernor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this, my proclamation, in order to give notice to all persons heroin interested, to show cause, in writing at the office of the Secretary of State, in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days from and after the last publication hereof, why said bond should not be cancelled and annulled. Given under my hand and the seal of the State of Louisiana, at the city of Orleans this twenty-fifth day of August. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy seven, and of the one hundred and second year of the independence of the United States of America. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: OscAR ARaoYo, Assistant Secretary of State. au28 3o0t* CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATE OF LOUISIANA, I Executive Department. I Whereas JOSEPH DEMORUELLE, of the city of New Orleans, has applied to me for the can collation of a bond for the sum of FIVE THOU SAND DOLLARS. subscribed by him, the said Joseph Demoruelle as principal, with Victor Demoruelle as security, dated on the twenty eighth day of November, 1874, and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Joseph Demoruelle, as Constable for the Third Justice Court for the parish of Orleans. Now, therefore, I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this my proclamation, in order to give notice to all persons herein in terested to show cause, in writing, at the office of the Secretary of State, in the city of New Or loans, within ninety days from and after the last publicAtion hereof, why said bond should not be cancelled and annulled. Witness my hand, authenticated with the seal of the State of Louisiana. at the city of New Or leans, this twenty-fifth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven and of the one hundred and second year of the independence of the United States of America. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: O AcsS e AoBBOO, Assistant Secretary of State, DANZIGER'S NEW STORE, 157 Canal Street, BETWEEN IOUIRBON AND DAUPHINE. Extraordinary Attractions THIS WEEK. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, UOTTONS, BELOW LAST YEAR'S PRICES. Having made large purchases of the above goods late in the spring when these goods were sold very low, we can offer them this month by the yard at what they cost in Now York by the case. FLANNELS, white, red and all shades, at 15e, 2.0 and 5se a yard. Extra fine quality FLANNELS at soe and ice a yard. CANTON FLANNELS as low as 7e a yard. BLANI(ETd at $t and 1 50 a pair up to the finest French Blankets, all much below their value. tplendlld COTTON at 5( a yard. bolt-ilnishod COTTON at oca yard. Immense assortment of CASSHIEiRES. JEANS. OdNABURG8, TICKS, at astonislhing LOW PRICES. DREbl GOODS I DRIIES OODS I Beautiful Fall CALICOES at, .o a yard. New Fall PERICALEM at 7e and s' a yard. Yard-wide Fall PEROALES at lie a yard. ALPACAS and I'O1'LINd, all shade,. at e20. a French PMPItRE8 CLOTHS, MERINOS, OASHMEREH, DELAINES. in all shades. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. TOWELS at i. a plece. Large .lR. TOWELS at $1 a dozen. Immense assortment of TOWELS, in ill prices up to $1S a dozen. Nottingham LACES at all prltes from lee a yard tUp. QU 1LTS at all prices, from $1 25 uip. Irish and tren'h LINENS at all prices, We beg to recommend this Department to our customers, as they will find it complete in as sortment, and the prices we guarantee as being the cheapest ever offered. BLACK G00DSI BLACK GOODSI Our Immense sale of these goods from the fact that we guarantee the color and wear, has induced us to make extraordinary large pur chases. Just Received: lee pIeces of the celhbrated "IMPERIAL ALPACAS." of,which we are SOLE AGENTS. Black ALPACAS at 2nc., 5e and :0,e a yard. Black ALPACAS, In all grades, up to s1 so a yard. Black CASHMERES. DELAINES, BOMBA ZINEM, Henrietta CLOTHS, at all prices. Samples for comparison freely given, not only In t his, but in all departments of our estab lishment. HOSIERY I HOSIERY I HOSIERY I BUY YOUR Hioslery at Danziger's. Ladies', Men's and Children's HOSIERY of all dualities, colors ani grades. HOSIERY for Men, Ladies and Children at 10o, 15 and 200 a pair. We also tako occasion to In troduce our now stock of fine French and Gnrman Hosiery. in all colors and patterns. sure to please all visitors. In our now store we shall continue to offer Great Bargains in all kinds of DRY GOODS, and hope to merit, by courteous attention, a continuanoe of your kind patronage. The UpDer Dart of our store, containing a large stock of CHOICE DRY GOODS, Is open for the reception of wholesale buyers. Samples sent to all parts of the country free of tihargm DANZIGER'S POPULAR DRY GOODS STORES IE7 Canal street, between Bourbon and Dauphine. BRANCH STORE, t22 and 280 Royal st., corner St. Philip. so14 til W. W. CLAR., Jno. W. Nonnis, D. TYLeRn, President. Vice President. Secretary and Treas. DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. The Loeading Safes in the world. Have never failed to preserve their contents against FIRE OR BURGLARS, though tested thousands of times. Parties es tablishing themselves in business will find it to their interest to give me a call before purchas Ing elsewhere. Over twenty Second-hand Com bination Lock Safes on hand, for sale very low. A. ROY, * Agent Now Orleans branch Diebold Safe and Lock Company, au22 2dptf 27 Canal street. Established 1869. P. O. Box 707, WHITE'S GINNERY, Office 26 Union, near Carondelot street TO COTTON FACTORS AND PLANTERS GINNING TERMS-THE SEED. BAGGING, TIES, TWINE and DRAYAGE furnished FREE since 1876. Parties wishing to know the average yield of Cotton ginned at "WHITE'S GINNERY" last season will please send to the undersigned for circulars. D. PRIEUR WHITE. ault0 m 2dp New Orleans Savings Institution, No. 156 Canal Street. TRUSTEES: A. MOULTON. E. A. PALFREY. CARL KOHN. T. L. BAYNE, DAVID URQUHART, GEORGE JONAS, JOHN G. GAINES. • THOS. A. ADAMS, THOS. A. CLARKE, CHRIST'N SCHNEIDER CHAS. J. LEEDS, SAMUEL JAMISON Interest Allowed on Deposits. D. UBQUHRAT. President O.An. KrreHAw. Treasurer. asl$ lv9r ANT. OABEizE. O. C.AaZxss B. L. CAIaE .. OCEA. J. OARfMI A. CARRIERE & SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Corner Royal and Customhen n. Liberal Advances made on Oonsignmen.t tt our friends in LONDON. LIVU.POOL. a121 amsd B VAT and PSBDOD A JEWELR i AT AUCTION! I. C. LEVI, Auitlioneer, 108........................... .anal Stree ............ .......... 1 WILL OP1ER, TWICE A WEEK, HIS LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF JEWELRY AT AUCTION, And remainder of days will sell at Private Bale as usual, from FIVE to TWNT I'I IRU . CENT LESS than any other establishment which advertises dsllt. Watches Repaired and Diamonds Reset Onlr by skillful workmen, at the lowest rat.es Jes0 am I.O. .LEVI. tlo Canal stIree ALBIN IOCEIEHEAU PIERREVABI CHAILE T. DUGAZON. ERNESTME R A. ROCHEREAU & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF ZRVGJ & COPAN1T?'B CHAMPAGNE. IMPORTERS OF BRANDIES, WINEP, VERMOUTHS, OILS, ETC., S South Willlam St., New York. 16 and IS St. Louis Street, New Orleas 41119 am PHILIP WERLEIN, 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUILDING, LEADING MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH, DEFIES ALL (OI4MPITI'W. Best Pianos and Organs, Lowest Prices, Most Liberal TeraS, Largest Assort.en __ _ -E Ever Ofered In the Sfeat. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORLD-RENOWNED CIIICKERING PIANOS, The Best and Most Perfect Pianos Made, ALSO, FOR THE ELEGANT UPRIGHT HARDMAN PIANOS, in tone and touch superior to the Ployel Pianos. or enual durability antd selling 100 less. War. ranted to give good satisfaction or the money refunded. Bold on smdl monthly paymenta, or very low for cash. Sole Agents for the Celebrated Mason & Hamlin, Estey and New Eng. land Organs, JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER ALICE, .ive Canmem M~Estu ioal anstrum ents. The Trade Supplied below Northern Prices. jy17 GRUNEWALD HALL, TIHE LARGEST MUSIC -IIOUSE IN TiE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY OF THE LEADING PIANOS OF THE WORLD, STEINWAY & SONS, W. KNABE & CO., PLEYEL, WOLFF & CO,, (PARI,) And the Finest Parlor and Church Organs, Reduced Prices. Acoommodating Terms. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF Musical Instruments for Bands, Strings, Accordeons, Musie Boxes, At Wholesale and Retail. Special Prices to Country Merchants. Sheet Musio Below Publishers' Prices, And at corresponding low flgures to Professors, Schools, the Clergy and Country Merchants. TRIAL ORDERS SOLICITED. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND CATALOGUES MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS. LOUIS OGRUNEWALD, sea gr anewald RaIl, 14, 186, I, t and S Da rre an street, New Orlema. -0- TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FEIENDS AND THE PUBLIC. -0- Having leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the MORESQUE BUILDING, forming the corner of Camp anu Poydras streets, we will take posseesion of the same during the MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, -with one of the- LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS -OF EVER OFFERED TO THIS COMMUNITY, CONSISTING OF PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY, HALL AND OFFICE FURNITURE OF EVERY STYLE, DESIGN AND QUALITY. FINE FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COMMON. FURNITURE, OF EVERY GRADE AND PRICE. -0 In the meantime we will REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate tlu expense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before we move. Thanking the Public for their generous patronage during many years past, we hope by strief attention to business and upright dealings, to merit a continuance of the saale in our new quarters. IL M. & B. J. MONTOOMERY. N. B.-We will RETAIN ARMORY BALL for our AUCTION MABT. f E<.