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)DAILY DEMMQCOICA .
Ua1r 1pfUlh I Stthe Stat. kof J~ui~ida. Udal 1 Journal of the Cstt of Wow Orleanis. Oh iece , 1 0 9 G r e v le r S tre e t. GEORGE q. DUPRE * CO., p1pfot lET10118. ((U duO! (V. j)I'(1I!F, 3. J1. 1EAJUnni', HtWN AIJ0I!N(I1N, A1.1IERT V. .IANIN. 1. I l'E. t) 01 ' .WW ý'rlUPI'l71,.. The Daily Demncrat. One Youlr cP10 0o eIx Month' 640 Thr? BllntIe 3 511 Onto Month I 00 Pustn~gtt, on" y'atr u 0 I',11,,hl' In A11c n1ý1 The Weekly Democrat. T'he W(.'kly I th t ii larg n i rId g - Onejy'r $,3 0 r Month"' IM Irt( MHflt~lir 1 Se M~ti' I't vnlt' iI A1ti' ,, J. HEAItSEY ____ . $*MW OSLSEAN . NOrE1IIIII1I 1, 11q77. THE DEMOCRAT. The growing cl eitulltion of tie lI iI.ti . i :htoughout this and the ielghbloring States, M well as nu the city. and l11t steady hineroes lt its advertising paltcotage, promiupts us to .dpart fromt our usual custoum, and while ex gt.alng our appreciatlion of the public favor to say something ablout, our ent'llt'rise. The DuIocanAT was statted tby a numbier of afleest Democrats who realized the absolute 'limeealty of a party paper it1 the great lunal abuiggle !betweon the people unl It laicalism, t1s verge of which we were then applnoaelt 'h.g It started with very little capital, its pre..rietors hoping that the cause which IIt ;.-W designed to serve, wouhld ituee the peo le. toalmost immediately rally to its support. .-iut they were listakeen. 'Thei' Itdepenldent ph. of the city had so long and faithfully d~,oldined against patilasul jourlla.ls anti a tilwst the D)emocratic part y and Its liaders. btht public sentiment on this sulbjet had lo e wellnigh unhinlgedn, and an Imnpros 1.0i was abroad that a Ilemocratic paper. '00h as the l)DEMiot'iAT was designed to Ihe, lOtald prove a sort of bu ill in a china shop. W believothat It can be safely saidl that no flly newspaper In a great city has ever Ibten d and madtle a suRcce..s on so stquall al ltai as the DI.oulnA"' hnad. After varying iinel and several chlangesof minaiRgement Walseetabllsheil through one of the hotlteost pipgzns In the hlstory of lthe State as it Illetastaining evening Ipn pr . When the tlgislituri' elect"l' Iby the lpehl bled here. and the city was out the very of civil war. tloue athoril.es gi,. theh le printing out to the I)i l;uoi'uAl', Its rletors Agreeing to iklie tlhenir helutleos of g paid and of linally settlitng with tlhe on the basis of any eforml printing bill, Lgilslature l might pas.. llid the gov iM'fnnent been subverted, the IvXl tr.;sr *0tltd have gone down with It. It had le li*the self-sustaining as an evening paper, .l~the lncreasel expensce iicurred in doing O t State work was largely mo're than it rOlld have afforded to lose. "~tIr, when the governmntlll wis slcure. -b- present printling bill, which rilllnced the teof State work and judicial advertising IvIr half the old rates, was Itrplireld and the TFlaiting Board. with the almost unanilmousg -dorseeement of the legislature IlIni, we lare prnud to say, of the Imnllloeracy ,hof State, :loted t the bic i'n.\v as the (ofnicial jiuirnal et the State. The D)EMOI'I( AT hans o flu tillMd it~ 'onltlrail Bllnscentiously. and we Iolieve siatisfactorily. $Ihas neither grown rich on its contract, asi an.ia . seem to think is a mattier of ioiirse, -r does its c.ilnitilamce depend upon al Ponging of its relations with the State. haprices fixed by lthe priating hill are by healsens speculative, and there is not a 1lrst W.ia Job office in the city wliose margins Iof ".fl1t are not larger I han Ihose of tile I1;al OCRAT on its Stit'e work. Our general tldvrtising atind jlob work ainidI tdeulation are more prolitahle tihan the State Work, and these are now large eniough to amne sustain the DI,1lrcluAr Oil its .lreu'nt e-tle. That scale we hope this winter to in -.ase. Our aumbition is to manke the I)t:o rAT a journal worthy of a great, city. and WO shall not tire of our efforts until t hat ani bUiLton is attained. A VIGOROUS CORPSE. Yesterday the extraordinary claim of the Mtson and lUko i'ontcihartrain Railway Wopany for one hunldred thoiusand dollars . at the city calme up for dli,'iscssion in Righter's icourit the Si\th District che ease comtes up oil tn lapplication for an -alioetlon by the prnsidentl. Il. Mr. an lion . iyson, of this long xtillct and almnost for railway company, to prohilbit the cift continuing to use the track andu property D said company for a drainageli catnal. OSimo of our old residents havet a faint Ire branee of a steami railwIay which used to from the old depot, at. the corner of ini and Poydras. ant ruI'initg to Carroll on the present track of the t'arroll Railroad, passed through that then j ing and lpronilsing subur. lnow and pareul of New Orleans, and diverg towards the lake, finally reached its "binus on the shrtes of Lake 'ontchar' Piln. Here, about a mile ab.ve the present prminus of the City Ralr , ad the it alou, tl lexit of heNew canal, larg' and solid wharves, an sgant hotel and Iath houtses wlere e trei.d. e Mobile steamers at one 1time landed thiiii oea iantd tuok in their lpasi i erlll'S aIid ".ht at these wharvts. Hilitiher re'ortu,'d _ re and tishing parties, yachts and sail ant ud all othitr concoititants of lakesidte Iiflts aund pienic parties. gther lake resorts were, all thlrown ill --de by this new and enterprising coii But a~las! its rcoal was a brief olne: nly ad mysteriously it suspeintldl i *tii5. Its loeomotirvO disappi'arId. titi' Peed and grass regainttl possDessiol track, the wlharves w're iabanudolltted. hotel was deurteutl, and after some ytiars datlol and litigation the rails were upand sold by the sheriff and the corn g"tl away sllently and unobservedly, Arabs with their tents. This was ago. All the generatione grown up lince were left in un - Only a .y bettered and worn vetrnas were barely litsnted k when they imposed upon the pres~pt genefr tion the utterly Ineredible storles of the fine time they had in their younger days at thF "Jlefferon End" on the lake. Thins nePtthlillty and Ihpatinneno g~neriatei ieven in thin onlighteicl antid iintlliring elrn, ii very grave dhluilon. (if tllis all will hi' .on vin eid who heaatl Ithe vci.go.ns andl plowerful sIpneel.h o if lr. (eorIRge lirl.giht int tIhe. ixtih Di)ltrint ,,('ieit Yet.rn.l'y. on hhniIf of the In .incition and ihlnI net ip agalinst, the |ity for Ihe uI se ,of ll ti,('k I iof this Itnnlgilned long ox t lii.i. c'orpolratin, fo~ drailning the I'Fourth and Hi'veii IiiI lt)Ini'ts. mtlog th hlast AevenI oIr eighlt yearsit. 'l'The iellItn of Mlr. Van Ihen I hlli n uil lileatit a g'r*i'iadtl' lt ris'4 of viva'ity Ill thi. rerpsr than lan hl ehl al t fiollR ' soe of imor live atilpithd i (itng c.ioriorntloI,.. it( l' hiin dli-i'I tihouend i olldhis for the ls'. Wii lIno alges by tihls use of this long-aindnltniedil itrip of swaiimp, most of thlieh for Iwt'ii'y-fliv years' lInt blrlqn inerssltl. h to nil of the alil iinal Iren .tion. e e"'litg t li lhtin. hil" ll h'i-ogn, The demnild of their ent.rpri'iig ripli sen'itatl\·e s of l.lhis IIv,-ly eo, pornitlin Is. that th' c·ity s' ll lI1tl up i c., a i l tIdu oi ver its grave tland I s'tor the stalm'lii to its priio alt condill ilon in ,Nltal aMl ii. i n lil over' lne hnlli iI itrdll t ihoisa.tl dllars fori theli use tlhereof for svte ys.is. slin foe the Aiiinages ,iillheiti by this ghange of its em litin and nspii t hi lit tyi i i hlli i'l, liii ircr illltllt.ht lint.I It.' ll r ,ne I Iti I wihle ci ll ng , iso well 'hn ulatt l' Ioltolstl ll it oilgirl lfightl to ortif i ud lll i d w n . nin i llallll tie to illl'iim a swaiptl fior the egi fort. liiand conii'il!enien of Its iniiphlhfios inhabitants. Ani what is iillvl. serious, that, hlirneil tc iin sloh,, in1. Bright. yesterday opened upon Jludge' lilghltl" li h'llllamlipgne basketl o1f al thoilt rns. Iand fortified I eln with a, witheringi( ii-, h 'lll liand a ,l'lrushing aguimiiilent holt insti have ai.eld ilargely to the lit lgiouns di oiiitfortc and tanxiety of our hIeltguired iandl hIt ite-. i tarporatioin. MEASURES OF RELIEF. A day yr two sint' we printed all open lott r from Ionn. ltoul~ ]llluh, of this 'ity, to AlMr. ,Joseph }lrown. oft HI. Louis, chailrmtan of the lante crniWvention l t S. Paul, whihrlh dennti tutr'. II our opinion., te true progrnamme for tiho dlevelopmncnt of t hei MIIsssippi Valey, thue 'omtelllrentllll resustlitati on of New O()IiansR. andti, in trluth, 1t, Itiof of o the industrial in tretl's of the whole country. W\' printotn tth lett hr of ouIr dlstinguishedu fllow-eltilzon with spletial phl.tsure, a it, was in accorl'd with views at differen tinmns presented, though not so olalborately, 1y th llEt I ,EitIn'. We trust that the press throughout this great valley twill reptodut e tlhe letter of Col. hlush. so that Its sgge'stions iaty- reach the masses of the people,. Ihoset vlitl interests mtay be affecteld ,by thel, The revision and mnodiiiationl of fih, p)lros eit tariff. until it is anlaphl., to the interests of tan eIlightenited p'eople. is the ve' i st subjoet' whi'h should 'englge thell attention of the present ('ongrees. !tur tariT laws were 'esi.g.ne.l to ftIstert sp, a ti.i intt'etq.u-.. while tlhey have ldone that they have oppressel' d r;ill .othc:s; nhvc MTimi pp7 our foreg~l trad*e and literally dellstroyev It in somie directions. The restless energie's of ourl p.'eople have nll along gone on producing. manefrauturing and creating, while the policy of th goverlnment wits legislating to cut tif their markets. The conllseqluences were v'ery naturally the lhibor strikes and riots of last ullllnler' and unusuallll depression of trade and industry and general distress. How dest rucltive the ipresen't lrif' systA'm is to ourlt foreignfl trade was shown last w'eek in ant intor i ew bItwt'n it rep enlollttative of thlle l)lituot .lr and toi r. E. Martinez. the well-in ft'ort'eid alnd sgiacou tp ct,1nsioul of the republic s of Venezuola and (Colombi in thifs eity. Mr. Martinez, ltated the fact, which we have sinrce verified Iby rleference to oftilTh, reporlts, tlhat in 1i70 the wihole value of the ittmtpo tis of hide's and cIolTtto flr' e tl hose republlics into tihe Unitledl States aggregated but $2.IHI000.. In 1472 the ttrifT on these artistes was aitotishivit and the value of the Im ports reached $:i,ito,ot ) alld since then the increase has thon uninter rupted untlil fo'r i76 it reacthed tihe suoti of $11.:17.,361. 'This is a sitnge rfaii inlolving but one in signillcant portion of our foreign tradoe. but it shows tihe workintg of the pre'setnt tarilT systeml as (lentaly as if it. i\nvol\lv a hundred times tihe sum. A proper policy in this re spect'. .we holieveo,. wiouhl speedily restore the commnlelrcial and industrial activity of the counlltry. and it is becaulise we beliteve this that we' hlave said to tlih wtorking men thallt the Demtlocrlatic party' was their patrty. and tllat thtey were delaying the period( of their own re'lief ty f. orming organizations aintagoilistic to it. The policy of tllhe Imocratic Iparty is to favor la tarif for revenue ionly-; to enter, as Col. iush says. into reciprocal treaties with ithe nations surrounding us so that we may furnish our peoplie with their products at tihe lotwest pricess. land iiake their ipeople pulrchia se'rs and consiumetrs lof tihe products of our in dustries. Were thlis country t r'lnte'r itio treatiets of reciiprocity withl MItxico, and the States of (Central tni tlle republics and kingdoms of South Amlerica uilpon tihe basis of tihl D(1110 e rat ic theory of a tariff, the increase of our trade with tlhose countries alone would be amply suflicient to retlieve the trade and in dustrial depression of this conuntry. We print, in another column a loiter frIim Mr. 1)avid . Grould, of St. Louis, which will be found of great interest to our inercan tile and shipping coliunity. (Certainly there ought to be some commercial organiza tion in this city which would make it a spe cial point to carry out the suggestions of this letter. A trade opened in the manner sug gestoed would incur no risks and would lead to an early, regular and steady current in this dilreltion. Mr. Goul's letter is so clear that it requires no commeulnt. In our remark,- on the nllat question a few days ago we based our statements of facts. ligures and estimates upon information de rived from what we considered the most reli able authority. We, are now informed, by equally as good. if not better, authority. that cur price of cattle in Western Texas might have bemll correct some nlonths ago, but is considerahly wide of the mark now, and that hie\ees of I 0o pounds clbar are no longer plr c'hasLe h In We.stern Texas at ,S or $11 a head. but will command readily, and in any num ber. $1 or $20 a head. This correction, however, does not affect our main argument, that the chief difficulty in supplying our market with good meat, is due to the want of competing lines and means of transportation. The arrivals which reach our city by the single line of communication with 1 exas, could be placed here at lees than MLl the present cost of transportation, by a d aithalid on the 1Cjeoted route of the New Orklcan Paclflo. e The advance In the price of cattle In West Selm Texas has been produced by the extenslon of railroad facilitlies from Ht. Louis and U(I1 1 Ic'gtW. It IR folly for a leople to coomplalrl of thtel la LtoR of freight when thely have not the on Strptliso or the alpital Io 11erlll thl sanim fRa I elllltit for tlranlspoltaltli wlhich atre tienjoyed I by otlher contlonlllitin. DIED. , 'YNc II -At II it. m.. Hltirti lva. N ie,,111.,r 1., 'Phllip Isi t ill, Inh11 d 411 veslrsi, i unllItv o (nIu innIv I('Ivon(. nat Ihl '-f loit h , Ie re'latl, 11111l In rvlrshi+nll 5of New Orlans for It" i -l thlirt y it 'out. H iu f'tle , ds 1111uid il't1111111lh l 5n1' 5 l tIre re-llS1 '11 'full lly h vl ll l(In tlun r l t ll f n 'rall frull ll hils int , f reshItton s, No. :1Tuo tC,'tllllll tll i fttlt. L :t . I I. 'I1o-]lay. H '"..INS (... ,uny "ing , oldr .., - 1077 fi t 0' T (n l 'i111t l ,i e 4.ltd II inl t othlls.n) ll ofl1 i t 5l I, I111vk1 1isl nl aisllr i tnI Whit '5. FINNEY- On Thl]ridey, N,,v. l 1477, ut r;:.ml n. In.. s v: il rit l, Inf5tll tin of Mlelr) I,. lodi ,t11,hnl1 .I. Fillnnollv.g' twVo m tllHllul u I< I IW,'tllw.-tI Klll WAUGON8I C!AN (.IATh I POKEM I sH. r. sOEe atTA, I18 and 1S Union and Ii and 17 Perdldo utreeti. Bole Aýnnt for the Celebrated "STUDFBA KEI" WAGONH, CARTH and BPRINO WORK oif ll kinds and sltes. Dealer in P'hllad.elhtla and Western Cane W ptonR, Carts and )Drays; Timber Whloles; Wheelbarrows of all deis riptlons ; lpoks, Febl loes. Hubs, Blhafts, etc. Whieelwrlght smaerlal. Orders promptly filled. All work warranted. 1os 1m11 GRAND OPENING. ON MONI) Y AND TUESDAY, November 5 and 6, M. L. 1YRINE & CO. \Will , nolnlllltt, thlrir hitl o enl na, mh . 1 hl' prot pnar'5d Ill IffTer full lin1es if, CHOICE NEW GOODS, "1 t )l t lt o ltrem l,,y Hlw Ise'.l.s . Th'r v Invtlt''i l l, latl nI l t tiion to thl r It-r llr n line of UIEHHi G(}OI )H. l,uidios' nii, Mlli 's+ C(IAKM and H \I('F.1E.. HEKIItTH. UNI5EIR WEAItI. FLANNELS. IILANKkT-s, (OllET.I'H., IHOSIEIIY. ote. 163 Canal Street. 11t14 l tli p (ORSETI.AND KID ) IOVE DEPOUT At H. DASPIT'S, l -; 411 Magazine street. .. . - 54 Betwtl-In Fcllcity andl St. rlar1 y lrtrotl-. Jult EReelved, 1,i DiiZFlN DIEST ID pG iI,OVIES. -A'so 1411 dozen Werl- arnd otllhr mlkes of I Iltt F"ItIENCH CtOlSET.'. Wltven anil hatd mnd,, ualtrainth''d all whals hunt', whi'h will he opnod on Wednesday, 7th Insm. . rhiq is ths Ihl-It tloek of f 1or,(1tS ov ,ltr ,ITorTl. ld in Nolw Il 'rlolnl. N. D.- Co-C ts uet , lo .4 ' order. II. I )A,. I'IT. not 21111i 1ts and .un Malg lnrinostrat . IIAIIGAINS. IBANK HIU1'T iT (('K. BANKRUPT HTOCK. Having hought for c'ASH l a Inrgce invlio Bnlllklullt Stook from Nev Y rk ull I .Bst4!on, we are ofTering the following BA IlUAINS: . ,-}' 6a - At P'. A E. MIflEIL . II 11 2dp No. 5i1 Mags.zi o stroee. THE ROYAL, HERAIAD). Ten unutbern of the New Orlm-s edit tioln will hIe published, the dates being labout November 1, and 2:1, oeeombelr to and 25. January 7 and 20. February 5, is and 52, 1110f Mardi Gras. March r. No effort will be atmarel to mako Ithe offliial orgn ono of the miost a,'ec41table fe a tures of the Carnival season. .1. CURTIS WALlDO. 4; (Ciam p streot. not It 2al Photo-Engravinrg. FINE rTAI'1ONE1RY -ANiD FANCY ARTICLEk -FOtI SALE AT Harrington's Popular Bookstore, No. 149 Canal street, Bet weeIen Holmes Dry (foods Stor, and Krecger's Kid Glove Store. A I osh supply of those popular hits of the ALL FOil HIM. by the unknown aulthor of All for Her. P I'ae r, $1t: l. 11th. $1 5. THIAT Hl-Sl AND OF MINE. Paper. 54a eents; cloth, st. H El EN'S B IBIITS. Paper. 50o eonts: cloth, $1. OT'HEll PEOPI'IE'S C11 L)LoN. Ia s,,1 I to Hel n's Blhbi," s. Paper. 4so rente : cloth $1 25. TH 0, a love sto y. hv lthe authoress :4f That Lass o Lowries. Pa.vr. 50 e ts: elo ih $. PA' OLA. a tae o)f Loui ina. C oth. Si 70. And ,t her n,4w h,4.kI of th, day. ,out by mail,. post pald. upon iet'e A7 t of pri ' A. P. tI. lAhINGTON. Bookseller and Stationer Now Orleans. n-5. Su T1 Fr 11m MOTITE 10 TOOKNE4LFRS. We have arranged with the wholesale (dealers to give the Spenceriafn I 'opyt-botoks in exelihauge for nall othierkinds unsold in the hands of retail deatcrs, who are requeste, to make the ox chang + with the deal -r of whom they purchased the other kinds of copy-books. IVISON, BLAIEYIAN. TAYLOR & CO. TIMOTHX MORONh4Y, General Agent, o104 it 61 Camp street. I1N'ýV"I TATIONIxý --TO - NAVRA'S CHINA PALACE (T(.)UJLO MUITIDINI), 129-- CANAL STREET 129 Ms' I rIon'I Iiiii o'j~li on lnorp. n d(ll I hI IME' w 'n nnbourl RlltrlilnJ holHrok1'oLnTn 11ud;o13) DOUME K EEPEIIS who wish to roplnnlilº thei l tR)Un hold, mro r qipotfl i ly Invltod to namtni o my NIEW AND IMM1!NHE HTOOK of the IaItes FtylyIg 4 DECOUDATED) FENIIIH( CHINA. FIIi:NUH. EN01llldII AND UEILMAN GLASSWARtE. MAJ OIdIlA FAt ENIE. FIEMIFIH AND 11011 EMIAN 'AfEMH. FLOWERt PO'T' anl JA ltIINIEIIti4. S'ATUETTESI AND) ORNAMENTS, TOILET AND CIIAMiER SETH. J3IHQUE AND IBIONZES. III nlOlgilg and l w trlIcnp I defy any l'Omp(n Iflion nod will' Iorbtlly takogoohi baek whlh 'ano ho 1'UIFIOAHED (not olffrod) iIlowllre ehonver. W. L. NAVRA'O Clion Pnlnoo, 1211 Canal elioot. Tour, Buildin. Ilollntimhor I liaro no lirnrih etoro. nos 21 jI Im ('114('ENI RIFLES. ATTENTIOON . IIEliOIAII MON'TIILY MEETING. ntatrday. NnvCmber 3. at 7 o.'lok. msarp. tiopl o' importin,. Pr' oi t attoni nao 1. r titd nos 11211 lt. It. ltEFAHANt't(. (anpll n. If. Mnry's I alhille Urphan Bops' AMylnm. NEW ORLEANS, (4) uiho :)1. 1477. il hnlll If )of vn .'ttring 0Ilind 5Plllllil'nti .g l=u ill ity ' . . ou ai t t11Io fI rgot th i!. Ii '477 ''h ird it4it, r l of thtis ity. thiro iri1ts an ANY LINIM FlIil MIALE (IIPI'IIANSH. whtIrn t ti r I 111 av ,r'nga. of fit tlus 'I 11I1EE ll'. IJIIED ('FII , I)IIEN. In ln l i i -toil -ll- i tlo ir-un illll,, w)ho 'I'll,' nmannt r"'tuir('l Ilnily f--ri" t bakpr and t o Oi llluth r ti Itl ,. is tha , t tlitA' in.i fbis.1l i ,ll ll Is liln I'h r (l off ! itu noll niliI il v li Sisi"rs, 1who(1 sine no till fPIT rt In mininfor utoit" tlho w tll. arlnd w',. it Inc if ils 1i1)1t on",I., foir _tllOn but )1inn( tit iutint'o,. Alt'. hol w i toii do 1 lthn l-4k r.mve abthovo tit tir !'oligth a1lt i ) I" also u itndt r IIt i tronoiu..g oI f i th "Y lilosi i'vn ltriiud Are hiishoi Pirui.' who wini in t1his huiitn lll rounltihst. ntll I l ffi 'iitr lt iui intiillt'ori h)v will knI wn lit mI. ', w1os nlltl ial'l:s and highllll in th i n' in, inl nit . Any gift wlil tiri'r nilOniillth+-t whelihri l nliinr y, iul, potat ii. (lour. Pilgnr, V'g itfliinc, Irovi lons o)f any kind. Ilthing hodlitng. w1".1 . l. tit.ll ifti l, misllsih ll In i worfll anyvthinl whlih ilan lin th1 tito ti r and htIl lplu ss little on 411 fri'lii hungit"r nil( 1 ol. Any airt. ii lnsilg d t. thes priest of your IInri hll. Mu stis. I. Carll oy & Co.. 1'. U. )1r" i 771. or wiiar'htusn. o rn"ur ot IIi nvill nl u I rIti Sro"ll.,l . or tli tlhe IIltlt riigid tri-turerr, will ht gr[ltef uly ri., tivI'l. TChi 1 n, fatll'1to1s shill roonivr t 1ih h ul ln blt f~lilng , riivr, of ith pooi . or1h+ne, wh)"h ill Xnil ii I-lu thim f Rho His fihtli.t ifvors. . liE MU IE/, (iii irma in, M. E. (IAJtV1 ,\ C. 1PORlJ,. J. 1)EVIiitEU., T. W. (lULLENN. l)u iimittti. Ih, ill iil. rsignin Id, 1I'. J. I ix No. 177I , WIl , 1lill 'ml fli t Y tllinwel" iht l li h .e R:1ml. I VI' Ti ll FIPIE. Troasil .1u. NOVELTI ES IN LADIES' DRERS GOODi. The tittuntion of on.sllumrs gi-irally is moilst r 'o-e '(fillly s"lioit"od to tbi V(.t'y rlll'l ilno "f LADIIES' I)IE-N (l)t..), justl ru-- ived fr..on IlivrrI a14 1ivirpji, t er 1stou i orS Obironi i- ultuifi-g if liii 11t1st st41liut NIE V(tI'U il M USSE. "E, \IWFLA".EN. ItAi, 1E "(1lE. NEl,, ('AHI1lME-4. TAFFEi'TA i)E LAINE. and tlin (s"-u-t lId) C iMEI8 It AIR; tigi.ihoi" with it choir" li,, oif botch KNIUKEIIR WINCES if ()iIri own diisg.IiS. We hiltve ials i4 vtery full llsiortm ,nlt 'Of HIACK GOODl , Nuih a.s I ENRIETTA CLOTHS BENU A LINE, An-lrlliani ('REPI,. TAMINE. (IA.HHMEItI. 0' EV '( )SSi, and lReal CA SIIMEIIE DES INDES. h- .. it . D. H. HOLMES, 155 Canal street and 15 Bourbon. 42N' ly TE1J..G E 111111) (A(E, No. 40 Mt. Charles street, With sidl ent an.e ori Gravior stro.t. D. I. 1A Il ELIA Proprietor. IIA'a iPENEDr FOR ALL 'THIE Y AIR. CHOICE WINE-i A ,I) Li.UORS. Nine Lounea hasly. The public allud lhi friends are Invitil to Ball at tihe nW sauloonI. 0,12; Il 2p CARPET WAREHOUSE, 17..........C...lartres Stret ............17 We are receiving largo additions to our stock. Wo NOW SE. L A ' AND UNDER IRICES CHARGED BEFO RIE TIlE WAR. AXMI.TEIR, W Iton, Vetlvt. BO' Y BRUT- ,LH., Tapesttry. 3 lys. INGR \INS, Venetianrs, Hrmp. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,. Windlow Shaleus. TabIl and Piano Covers. Curtain Materials. Lace and Nottingham Curtains. Trimmings. etc.. etc. sReo Sm 2dp A. 1tROTTIE A"TT & RoN First Mteaud Manufetatry of the MouSh. PIERRE P'VIA, Inventor, MANUF.\(TORY. Is0 ROLAL STIIEET. Near St. Peter stri..et, MCREW D iIh)OTM AlD ~HOES, Of all sty'i.q, made, to order. System P P. 'iVarrantidt not to ril. FIRS I PIREMIUM gold nutdal ohilaid at Statie Fair of 172. uand siltvr m.ldal in 1i':;. First dats FRENCH CALF SKIN guaran teed. HUNTEIR'3 SHlOES a stoeinllty. not :tmuldl LADIES Will greatly advano their own itterest by buy ing their KID .LOVES -AT KREEGER'S NEW KID GLOVE BIJOU, 149 Canal street, o017 Im 2dp The Old Location. JEWELRY AT AUCTION! aIvur 'N?7rmanu IWar enzoar I. C. LEVI, Auctioneer, 108............................canal Street................ .......o WILL OFFER, TWIOE A WEEK, HIS LARGEB AND ELEGANT STOCK OF JEWELRY AT AUCTION, And remainder of days will sell at Private Sale. as usual, from FIVE to TWENTY.]NVI In OENT LESS than any other establishment which advertises daily. Watches Repaired and Diamonds Reset Only by skillful workmen, at the lowest retes. enon Sm 1. ( TLEVI. es (lanai stresS RECHERCHE! I sAili'Mh. I I i ihlI t hiiiaplj)4i UiEt i (P .15 UI(Ige, PRONOUNCiE THE AN5ORTMENT OF E. H. ADAMS & 3R0. I NI(' , II I .1ICI1) By any olter In tie City In I'olnt of TANTE, VARIEI'i and iDAPTARII,II to the Times, being 3XfC".1B.-.a I1P A N.D REAM..lO T A1BI.l. 'l. In Dress Goods, Mourning Goods, Backings. Repellants, Coatings. Trouserings, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts. Damasks. Napkins. Towelings. Table and Piano Cover, Mats., Tidies. Domestic. , Hosiery, Gloves, Ties. Bows, Fans. Ruchings, Plaiting., Embroideries, Laces., White Goods, Collars, Cuffs. Setts. Veilings, Ribbons. Galloons. Fringes, Shawls. Dolmeas, Quilted, Felt. Flannel and Alpaca Shirts. Unker wear, Etc.. Etc. Th'ir,`I ai n ol is 'ititla v un nivt inbtlin . atnd to 'Ihtow tint t11ny ii 11 ,titii 'rii'es, We 'liite for lithm., IAr CYOIA R PR'INT, I CentC pr lard. ''IThy never nak more tihan ten civi lar wort v Ii. i nIwvr takw I t khni t h'"v nak. hi thl eus otnotr? i dges of gonll or not. Tihy hyve t"lit" i' rke ni' v ti k+ 'In inir in nmleinding 594 MAGAZIINE STREET, no, tI BDoors Above It. Andrew Mtreet. UA I P'E'IS. All thl Intcist o rail most 1,'c ,ian l , -il· nl in C .dh 1 ' P '1 I Zl T EC. Ingralns, Tapestry and EnKWlih Brullqel., Velvetm. Axmlnmterm. OIL CLOTIIH, from .lx t'c .twnty-lfur fI'aat. WINDOW tIIADEN, COIINICES. lUphol tery and Curtain Goode. Wall Paper, Mirroru, Frames and Mouldings, At thui T,Lowt Mark,,t Prtri',. I IIEA11II. PII'I'EY & LARA. Fs 20 2dp IDn 97 andl 9 (amp 'st rent. HOL LION, H. I)REYI"UN. SOL LION & CO., 112 Baronne Street. Friends, Ladies, Oentlemnen and Children, W "'.'pffullyv inviti vioi to th ll opinlin iiJ our h,'utiful and wll- ,,h,, t" l htok of Boots and Shoes! 'ons.istiog of th,' i ll,.st Ladies' and Children's Button Boots, Bals, Ties, Slippers, etc. Gentlemien'q Fine Congress, Prince Alberta, Wire ; crewed, Etc. T'h I' ,nhto t Ntyl t iif BOOTH, 8(HO)E, IIIIOQ i\Ns. ILURET,'l' I'IOW Nl(tEN,. MA ILAKOFFS, Et, . W. ' galllalllli'ti flt tif .i Il r no1) slJ'. All w,, iak Is to givi us a -all. Burt's Button Boots and Laced Shoes A RPECiALTY. In till) hoto IOi f giving vo thorlugh I!isal'fa. ioln, Wie r'talli n, yours, tlrily. SOL LION & CO., 112 Baronne Street. I',P .- Wo ng nran'ta'lo till ordrl a'illleld to your aitlsfai'tion. BootU, s a;lll 1Nii'1s alldrlt) to orrl, r. Country ordil'r rep.Vft tally solicitdi. riuu4 It n Y-REID iOOT. 1ET' YOUR 1111)TH AND Stol; AT (oirllu r of UrsuIliinei( anld L)uni hinio t r'o, ts. 0i'27 Inm 2p _ 1EW 1 YLES PAPER IIANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, All grades at very low ptitees. F. NEWHALL, 40 Camp street. All work prompitly att' nl'diI to. oi'14 tin 2d, G(EOR(I E 1HIS' HOF, FURNITURE DEALER, 77 Ursuline stireel, Between Royal and Bourbon. Wishing to retire from the sale of Furniture I ofl'r at COST PRICE my ENTIRE STOCK of Furniture. I invite ihoyrrs to "all and soe at my storer be fore pnrllctiasing elsewhlre. Delivery andl Packing freeo. o.2: lrm2d FINE FURNITURF, UPHOLSTERY AND PAPER HANGINGS. The finrest asaertment of PARLOR. BEDRO()M. DINING-ROOM AND I \LL FURNITURE over offered in New Orleans will be found at No. 49 Royal Street, with a generl, sto,k of Furniture Covrerlngs and Curtain Materia s, in Satins. French Mo lln:t es, Br'r'at',h ( toe'll ts, Taneri stries, 1iprs and Cretol,,nne,4 with slitrl!r, trimmings. girrnt cordls nil tassnls. A line sRlectd stock of Bohb inett anaI Nr, tintam Cur tais,. with rilh o.rn e.,. gi't vol, s arnd rings, curtain pin-, etc'. Winrlow ShMates in ieviry vrrirty. Large Mantle aLnd Pier Glassaes, w th itst French plates. ltatui.ry in Nerwrest styl s. Piper Hangings in now(!-t styles, frorm eilings and fancy der rations to thi lowas prier pd pr. T rne wish ing to furnish will ti d it to their advantage to call and examine before i,nyinil. H. N. 8IEBRFECHT,. o07 lm 2p 49 lrorya st.r.et. Hl. & \. NAMUKtl, -uctioneers and 'rommission Merchants, Nos. 45 and 47 Decatur Street, New Orleans. REGULAR CATALOGUE AUCTION SALESI -oY- BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, TUE4DAYS AD TERIJMEDAYS Of each week. Liberal cash advances.e~n onsignments. 0o11 saw2) CAA 1i-t. ]PL"?I' 4. ELK IN CO., iOn ...... .....Canal street ... .......1N Are re,' lving now and -logant styles of AXMINSTER, VELVET, BRUSBELS, THIIREE PLY and INGRAIN CARPETS, OFFICE MATTINGS WINDOW SRADES and CORNICES, CURTAINH andi U'PHOL4TERY GOODB. OIL CLOTIIH, from six to eighteen feet wide. At the Lowest Prlces. ","12 Im2dp School Books - Ar C:( NTRACT PRIC(.:ES. (O TO HEAI)QZUAIRI'ERi FOR SUPPLISB FOR YOUR ('IIILDREN. All the TEE ' ROOKN4 a.opted for use In the rP;iHLIC M. Hoos.-, qs well tsi the PKIVA4. C:llIol, 0 of this "ilv ati d 'lrroiinditng eoun try. ftrnishtle it Ipris leyo,,i 'ornpitltlon, I.'-,tintr ,,ex.hang, pr'l.f.a on newly adopted )ooks in atill shotol.s fr the futll l. riodl allowed, idl( all advantag siTffr"lri by A4ents or other Dealers 'an ,r` ,htatine.l at one phlae lby c'alling at thet' Great Pouthern Book Depot, nI Hth 1s sav' t mle and l In fl ly+. Li. ra terms tnlliw',d Hlealers and tcilreel,. antd all Iocal tia well as Country Dealers are hlrly atp,,inttd Agents without ftrther for rmality, and invitoed to send ihnir orders, or call and DtIItr'Las sitock ntd olirttin ne'r.'esiary C.n itrat Indrade list of tpri,,os, tc.. tt Nos. 110 ind 11 (Carnep rtrr,_,t olint m RORT. J. IIARP, Agent. FIlORlI.tN LAN'tE. FEmiTX I, i.tENDI5R. LAN( E & LEGENIItRE, No 30 Decatur Mtreet, New Orleans, GENERAL COMYMIWION MERCHANTIN, COTTON HUGAlIt. M',LAH9ES. RICE. Etc. Al-o korpD ,'nstuntllly on hand FLOIt1. P'ORK, BACON. COFFEE, CORN. Etc. ii17 llm TAXE - LICENSES. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSH. Large ilaiounts made on all settlomentg of taxes anrl li ený:es, W. H. BARNETT. Broker. "t8 St. Cha(lt es street, 007 ly 2t Opposlto Ht. Charles Hotel. W. W. CLAnK. JNo. W. Noanis, D. TTLER President. Vice President. eecretary and Treas. DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. The Leading Safes in the world. Have never failed to preserve their contentes against FIRE OR BIURGLAR., though tested thonuands of times. Partles es. tablishing themselves in business will find itto their Interest to give me a call before purchas Ing elsewhere. Over twenty Hecond-hand Com bination Lock Safes on hand. for sale very low. A. ROY, Agent Now Orleans branch Diebold Bafe and Lock Company, a122 2dM tf 27 Canal street. new Orleans Savings InstitntlOR No. 1506 Canal Mtreeg. TBUBTEE5: A. MOULTON. E. A. PALFREY. CARL KOHN, T. L. BAYNE, DAVID URQUHART, GEORGE JONAS, JOHN G. GAINES. TH 8. A. ADAMB, THOS. A. CLARKE. CHRIST'N SCLHNEIDB OHAS. J. LEEDS. SAMUEL JAMISON Interest Allowed on Deposits v. UIJBUBHAIT, Preeident OHAC. KRIT~aAW. Tra~anrAr aDln Irum ANTr. OAPtusB. U. 0AnBtala . L. OAaLzzra. Oaas, J. Orsa . A. CARRIERE & SONS, COMMISSION M ERCHANTS Corner Royal and Customhouse. Liberal Advamees made on Consignments to. our friends in LONDON. LIVERPOOL. :26t nidv P k IA VRR and RORhl AT1X Esteaiui.b 169.. P. O. Box 1 WHITE'S GINNERY, Office 26 Union. near Carondolet sreet TO COTTON PACTFO#R AND PLANTWIUU GINNING4 TLERN -i HE SEED. BAGIGING, TIES, TWINE and DRAYAGE furnkshed 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 D. PRIEUR WRITE, I , /