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aell| p rey to m Itatry dee
hn s U Ch vlewe with all the tenarlty of
bnb ntre, 1borton' v hnemet. resnltanee to
eVelry ptel hy whtlll% ttn Hottll rettrlied to
41wer wai tta nt.ter of 'oultuIt. lie really and
P Jllotultly Iell,,v'l tIlt.t the ceutlr of ivlll.tt -
wai s Wll ndang.I'ted jilSt tl DIroportion ac the
th wee retlrrid it a hare In moldlnu thei
tnlee of tle nalttlfn Of iourse this wias
Il . I reVtry ' (t tllDnd .oed that the lteding
lllllof th.l h4,nt wre Ilke him.nolf. Il etttlh
teo rng florlgettini atnt tltg. It tile
etutution the Ingr o the sward taiahgtt noth
eXtcenplt Ir\1'i.; anti I hiitc ofltn thllUllgtt
1Hl DIPTRIt.T AND 1tRtImna OF Till RoUTt4
er0 heRelatd Utithi the Intt It ll Ite aw illl IAll
ttlA t bare wne evirlenin that, whntwver Itay
heen Ilts holneltly of IttIlI'o.t' or sinoety
oling1. Ito Itko i that. hoset of el humanr
P air t ilijtyl. lut- for thi lark IIhe had
tUetnhtilel pre.duetlte. /i' .tte W itottln Jre m1t
ý f tbtlnn l llnln ,of t()rnge. or thnn Orotm
NVVirt A It1MAtt( OItit,
SrinOrtttln- l tile 9 le tio ratih the wuttvirin
a. of io.pltr fnavr: ult .t blind. dognlI
=a-tttl.n, wIto htd ndoDt.l ta Tredl and tlhit
tisud til e nit ears for four tl11t time aned
events might shliako hie faith. He wins the Viii
nlt Of his paurty, forglint with Arest ar nl aind
athiklug hltmmtnr tie thutderh, lts whti,
.4t terau nlth dl.
Oe n convteration I ttlltd htim
I(TRtA Vt'tlAAN OF| HI.IR I'PTY'.
",ltd who ir Jove." he asked. "in your my
'" 'aid 1.
S . ill, thent."hr raaejoined. "thlle tl eloo rentie'
'htf abtit taa yt our I'romet.hetaa! "
tO " id. "and tIe cateti-bntgnr ti
tlt Iret to eumes 1·1tho liver ,of the me -
FaTnut a better aontya irison would Ib to asn that
w.- t our tlitea t wha.t ,ln Knox was to
waplia.sttlan religiton-barring the 'anut rof
-kLX: for thort' wan
NO r!ANT' AttOUT MltORTON.
" eil, under Ruta1 aUr'iapa Morton fottttl im
itt eno aer d atit ad l aellel eadar at t l ehlose
ewar. lia initial polleyr wacs n 'Iouri'uas
ur of lntt na l gnd erosity, tie waoted to
3363 th Ralh llttrnt io aaltrlt tln ol l t ta lltrt't
,Ll j alfi to Itad oilitS by tahowialt
" th thy h1tl on 1 telOttiv t and n ller t!
S waxt over ul, by Horne' Cirtloey, Hew
=._adtltne-". Theln he waaa1tl til th touthern
remanded tAo a Terrltorl.i condltion and
ted frl Wasahingtlon until the last veast
f twar generation hadu t r Red laway
t ot hii .ave no t.altPsenotatlon. bo ta
tB go ivrntid! mildly nlil
Ur; bll qa the Foedral govorn
t rebui ld their waste places and
' i tLr shttered ortoune As fLat ee the
eratt lradrl. rolanltd they o ore to be
d in rov train t eiar v.olta , but, htat tt
tobeltveyr tha theI iPlatti of goverliitig
ttobn of a tlnarttal liturnetler. Hte would
m.itde a Vatlatral Major tleneral Governor
S ry Sutlhern prol vine, nle d would hiave
the pileople thlert.',f only ao a nuch iatl nmiaht
th'essa7 to pay th.te expenses of thie gar
he woutl havero hait
NO attUFRAIhta IN THe RtOUTtH,
i1111tr whlit or altinrtld. "The neagLro.loe.'" he
"' uto e,. "wenre Intell. tuaIlly unabitn anld It Ih
" top of thie MoWnth tpaliiteally untli to axorclse
friight of tffOt rgo.
THtE IttcuONrTIaUUTION T'ltta'Y,
n filrt broarhed to him onaounttaered his
nt protoest, tie sold thbta it would ia-tl
I ItIt ie ,to neiaro nfallfralal and tlhat the
tlii alt d at o further oetaiongn~e instead aof
. ingtht two at.tions, It u wLhen tiha
lata e ntaint him ho st·aumht'al. "I
itiat or I ay be wrongll, bllt thar cnl
m of Ibho rpu)lihll!ca'n Harty ,,,at Ihe
That wat lae Nlotenn crtad; thle ktolaiab
liatfornt wae to him a now Mermon oil till
ihe i~a! i~ere at nil events. The yeara
y. Hoeineataltaind
T. H IMbACittMatNT OF ANITaEW .tOT!N4aON
ie lt arty-the Caucuse -taold him to,
Sdanas turedtl me tlrt'. "Wittd ar .lolla
inltratlonwa thle i lminlpincl ou
º ,il~v l l would )rave bioon lulltllniuy worse.'"
= . I tn dtM l Rad Charles Hamnor. and n)t
rttold me that it was tho hardest task tle
allton oa letngth to inflate the currenir.
l. d in tranl'R veto of his bill and
l his owna tateconventitou to indors a
t taitd of himtelf. And after that when
Shim attiol. Holloway's housel in in
llhe assurhed me thaLt the country
Sintobankruptor b afore Granet' tarmt
caue of the veto of hli bill. Thla
i14, and we have tloheardl vlya rumors of
anld jnklrupttDL l sincelt then, It. is dtil
r ally no iwho nveot knew him to rotaiEoc
4etent, the at rpth and the abidtnglnest of
a's plrtistnahip. eIo mittook it for pa
Sand confounded the, Bepatblican party
Se body politic.
well, t hereo in't .o Fmuch dtfft T lrnPevin
g ent Ltt a llgr II oi ' our sotr h aI Morlon waIt
t Aid tlow halatl we lay tt that l was alto
iL e fot r ad.lletrita Iblindly to his faith
we an- at,,rlether rlghteous for hggilng
rsn eso lo; g a~ th are llmRan and mvay hI
tivt. I. s utility th.t beon thatl of it hrlirka
Ithe waslgon whlols tr r nraottepa. It. tal be
clla hat hlRnrved aL tlter purltpos thilan
tibOi ut Gtod will over givo hti crrdlLt for.
A. C. B.
Till MIMilIalPPI CA.h,
mi:vlation of Judge Smiley Agaltlt the
I.. aders of a New Orleans NewsPHper.
- NATOnar. liss., Oct. t,. 1177.
S i.4or N. 0, Ime 'ral--By Zaresolutiton unint.
1iy opted at at it moetlng of the motnl,lrt of
bar ot Adamus county, Miss.. held yosterdtal,
undersdined wal directed to tarward to yet
u followis eopin of a report erepared by a
_.:.lnttes reoa ;ly applolnlted, with a reqlluls
ts. itrfbha.. Tu l r port, alter bIling
ously adoplt was slged ,t by every
Am bler of our bahr. V11v retctllfully
TOM. L. [ELLEN. Htselgt.uy.
REPORT AND RE$Bot)TIONS,
members of the Natches Baa.we have ret~d
v-aprofound regret the article published t,
Vcltkshutg lHerald of September 3o, under thit
on " i lwW T1housand Dollars for it Human
;" an also an article published in the New
Ie, La.. 7mes. of October R. commenting
ld indorsing the position of the Vicksburg
in the ma ter. T'e first reiterates a
made. It is said. in a former issue, that
lawlessness in the counties of Amite and
a, and the surrounding couuties of Missis
l, due to the drunkenness and ineflla.ency
ihelresiding judge, (allualing to Judge
ley,and c.ies the habeas corpus ease of
ba, t, sustain the averment and then pro
tountw se judgment on tue judge. The seeaondl
.-mments ou the article in the Hlerald, and, as
' lnc its seat ents to be correct sustains
oILr ist ions.
e. a articles not only attaek the correctness
aday 8miley's decisions in t he Bethla case,
thoe ~at goes much farther and charges him
S.lth drunkenness ant inetflciency, and o,,ns-
-I unt thereon, with tile lawNlsness existing in
"'eoounties named, and as the caption of the
Saldi seems to imply, that he would barter a
...au life for $2000.
r is not our provinee to discuss the decision
oiJudge Stmiley. rendered in the Bethea c;se,
i use, first. we have not the facts before us:
daiv. ours is not the tribunal:; tuirdly. we
rfotly willing to put the opinion of Judge
~' y, upon a grave legal qutltation submitted
with all toe fact of the case before him.
nst the tpse i ,lit of memblrs of another
" feasiaon. who b'.,s their oipinions upon hear
'ttefistitony afhle,. Our ob3ect is to meet and
the as, ersions that have be n cast upton
i". terity and upon0 is charao:er, originating
- the Vicksburg liHerald and reiterated in the
Orleans Times.
Smilev has long occupied judicial posi
a..ln ourState. first as Vice chancellor in
thebetter days of the Republic, and since then
.-Oircuit Judge. In these he has been distin
gailshed not only for his legal ability, but also
for his strict impartiality and firmness tem
red with a gentle deportment Never before
ls libel have we heard his capacity or integ
aquestioned. Never before has the breath of
p.. adal blurred the purity of the ermine that
Shas worn so long. Assuming the judgeship
ethis di.,riet since the war, he has beaen n
toled wah difficulties consequent upon the
order of things. but he h s proceeded with
atlity and firmness to discharge his
ai d responsible duties. So far from his
ng at crime, and being the father of
essnes.- he has .stea lily made all due et
to administer jul-tice. and we can safely
rmthat he has never prostituted his office.
through inetticiency or contempt of the
' pos of the Supreme Court, to screen tue
7 from trial or puuishm-nt.
iat a thing to be expe tod, that one, who
so long b en in public lile, and who has. by
steady tbut quiet force of thb judiciary
wowor, wielded suca an immense influu-nee over
Slives and property of our citizens. should
iome tume or other be censured.
o 'br hard is his fate on whom the publie gaze
flced i arever to detract or praise;
den is her -q.t.m to e ,hi
loves he s atsyrsatt e
hoe. 4
Saind satiots uponlti¶ Jtn tht a1¶qmen.
onr or n tnr.i "YerW e &iutf
tio ; and, n eom uon wi t our reteen ofth
Woodvdle bar Iwýosn reolutionn we Indorse),
we repel aneoen.d ma thoe echar es as uni t,
In their t3ne, t e %r temper and tlhlr eohnelU
eltOPp; W.e toK Dla l aelure in atutrln Jdudge
mnel, we hate, 11 idln of theo- aottlke of ile one
I mir, we fIhvn undiminlished ,oonfltin( in his
uprtightnec antl ability as a judge and as i
lihw-nhiding ciltivll.
Josnpai 1). SaTntAs,
K. l'MatE L,ANNfAU,
T. 1n1e B.Anton,
kAi,l'it Nont.tt
C!onmm ittne.
_i. CPmt r.Jt,.. I ,st riot Attorney Tenlh I)lstriot,
J. Wnmcn'HErc'ne, 1t. E. (-ouNan,
JAMEE C('AON. oM. L l~tNc.
WM. T. IIEWTT, IfLh, T. .MARnTIN.
JAMES 0. LACHu, J. P. Blltt.
Josii'nt B. Cn asrit,
On motion of W. T. Hewett, ECs, It was re
eel Idtat ipthlee nrtngr ncortii alIr alL
the metheres of the ei; rn thlat cetne l bn uir
ppished to Iib t . jo wrl.n( and T7ppei o ne ill
Nattohirzehn Vli$ksthurg I MIcRs.) thm',c Ir,'jial. and
to ithe Now I rl)none DEMflcRAT, with roitlqueta
for tpublioatlon and also la copy rof the report
in haelld to thlie Hon. Jameo M. Nmilny.
Ot, your kid gloves at Kreeger'e.
Rand Navra'n Invitation to the China PalaRo.
MME. BEltNIIEI M'S,
1 45... - Canal Street .... 145
Next. house to ll ner ,f nlBourbon.
tor nunerous1o11 flrionds anll cusetnmers af o
re'nee ttfully Infloreducd that llmi . ll JIfNEIM
asp ,.pteeud her NIW M Al i INEI1Y and D lI1E8
MAKING EdTABLISHA 1EHi T with an
ELEJIANT INEW STOCK
Of the Latest. Imported Stylee in
IIATIH, BONNETH. FLOWEltR, FEATHERM,
LACESN, 1ROBES. CONFECTIONS.
et'., from the loading honlles of Paris. Min.
ibrnholm his eure tlhe valtalueai enrvivec of
Mlnme HOPIIIE. who will lhaver pleasurl'e in
r'atorlllg to the 'ulltivated thest of lier many lady
e Icl'one, all of whom will utvieu hltndly transfer
tlheir former patronage to the now establish
tuenIt.
The I)ressmaking Department,
Itler thel personal aliulceos of Mmn. HIERN
IlhIlM. wll ,.e "ondlucted Ivy llme. LEONTINE,
who hau hitherto beetn enmpcloyed in the
First Houses of Paris,
Assllt d by a competent corps of artists In their
or' fecerirt.
Thankful for pant patroenae, and etll oiting
the continuance thnroof. Minme. BERNHEi.M will
give porfeet satlsfalction in
BeIol Branhels of Her House.
Strict anehd carefulll Ittenltion ptrhl to all rity
tand country orders,. at the mstU roaHonable
ratee.
New stock receiving by every stoeamor.
o'71 I in
NEW WINTER OLOTHIIING
Wheeler & Pierson,
18 and 1 Camnp street.
We have opened our
R eSTOCE OQF F L O l,
and invite buyers to examine our style, and
prties.
Elnant tioteh and Casslmore BUSINESS
HUI7T Ht, to $sn.
lack Worstaed FROCKS and VESTS, I1i to
Fanny Caasimero DRESR PANTS, all nrlons.
Eloanut now lt ylo FALL OVElCOATM, So to
' outhel' BUSINESS and TniRMR NrITIT. nobby
" ,,vsit FimERR anld SCHOL HUITH, very low.
Hlllkeor Flnnenl UNI)EItWEAIIt.all I prices.
Genuine English HALF HlOM1E. warranted, SI
a eloeen.
Now Fanoy SILK HOAIRF. rn',.. 7nr.. andl $1.
KIt)D GLOV ES, COLLARS, USPI'ENI)IEIB aind
UM BIRELLAH.
As our goods are all our own manufacture we
can offer
THE LOWEST PRICES,
for goods, made in superior style and guaran
t ee a lit oqual to cusltolm-madi, dall and MSO, at
WHEELER & PIERSON'M,
18 and 16 Camp street.
WHOLES ALE DEPARTMENT up stairs, with
full stock for country trade, at the lowest
prieos. o0021 1 m
NOTICE.
The following tariff of charges is adopted by
the undersigned to August 31.1878:
COMPRESSING.
For foreign ports. direct or eonastwise.
whether by steam, sail or railroad,
ber halo .............................. 75 ients.
ot coastwi~se ports, steam, sail or
rulroad, per bale ................... 60 cents.
CHARGES TO SHIPPERS.
Drayage to 'hip, per bale ............ 25 conts.
Labor on cott, s hauled by shipipers.
payalblo on duivery, per bale....... o10 cents.
Covering sample )les with shippers'
patches....... .... ............... free.
Extra baIlnds. each.................. 7 cents.
On cotton shipmarked, not ordered
the day it is weighed. trago and
labor, per bale, with the P.tvilego
of remaining three days........... o10 huts.
After three days. storage for first
month, including the three days... Se cents
SMALL NUMBERS.
On small numbers the charge for labor
and storageo for any period to 31st
August. 1578, per bale ................ 30 conts.
On all lists or parts of lists of cotton
received an I weighed for hauling
or transfer to another press, but
not hauled the same day it is weigh
ed, a charge will be made of. per
bale................................... 3o conts,
Extra dravag, on cotton returned from
ship, steamer or railroad, each way
twelve and a half cents, to be paid
by shipper, together, per bale..... 25 cents.
For forwarding cotton, labor, per
bale ................................... 10 cents.
On all cotton ship-marked or small
numbered, removed from one press
to another for the purpose of stor
age or compr- ssing, or shipped
withoutbeing compressed, per bale, 25cents.
to be paid by the purchaser upon
delivery of the cotton.
Cotton taken by original planters' mark will,
if removed upon the day it is received and
weighed, be delivered free of charge.
Levee Steam Cotton Press, J. C. Denis, Pres
Commercial Press, Smith & Goldsmith.
Canal Street Press, J. C VanWickle.
Atlantic Pro s. M. J. Zun's & Co.
Fireproof Press, J. P. Moore.
Jackson Press, O'Brien & Co.
Louisiana Press, E. K. Bryant.
Natchez Press, L. A. Levy, Jr.
Orleans. Pelican and Shippers' Press, Sam'l
* Boyd & Co.
Liverpool Press, Stanley & Co.
Penn, Kentucky and Planters., Herndon &
Krambbaar.
Vir.aia .reP . Lewis & 4rd..
Uraicn Paoes. A. P. Ma A.ON 2W
PAuRI FASHIONS.
Mine. JULIE LaB. FI1SHER,
hmaa a 1'rh Miinr!
Parlors at the Turner Manrion,
3 5N........ CANAL MTRHERT. .........1M1
Bnog to inform hIor jldy fri.ndl rand the Iplllic
golurrally that hle bhn on hand ono of tihi ToItI,
lntttl, ftl and n.ntrlp to sole ctions ol f I'rilantl
t.ylr arnd faohltr IR li
BONNET*, HATS, F.ATHERNM, FIOWEaIU,
SMAWIS, Ete.
In her tDREHHMARIIN( DEPARTMENT Ol.h
t a IJmploIyed lholoTif WParliln Artflftre. raiotTin
will ho pleasoed if the hils will call ei. hmr
ro, CANAL STRIiEET.
Mme. Julie LaB. Fisher.
00119 if
FINE NTA CIONEIlY
-AND
FANCY ARTICLEK ,
- FOR RAI.I. AT
Harrington's Popular Bookstore,
No. 149 Canal street,
lot wer. 1,1mw' liry (ood.81tMorn'a nd K r,.nn r's
Kid (nlove HMtorn.
A f,'.sh supDIy of thlsn popular hlti of tih'
ALlf POll 111M. by tihe unknown lurthr of All
for 2hr P'por. $1i e'lot th$Ii r.
'tIAT FII U AN) OF MINE. l',per. ,rn e'nt.a :
01t L'H BDAIBIEM. Pa er. no 'nntRo 1 h111.$1.
OTHER 'E I'ObLEW'IH (IllItl)ltEN Ia Onulial to
IHolt'i'n Iahbion. apiir, inon cents Arth. S 2il.,
TII .t), a love rtory, by thllr ItautIor' iof ThIat
Lans o' Lowries 1'anrr. 0o rents: cloth. si.
I'ANOLA, I tain of ihnIbslans. Cloht In. 1 rn
AnId other now inook' of the dlay. elnt by inmall.
Dpo,tlld, upon reel tnl l Il" ioriNT
A. [. IIAiLlrINT(oN, !
Ionklnllnr anii Htitllonor. New Oirlnrtna.
noi Hu ' TIo Fr :1111
.MR. M J. n-AlET
19l0 . ....... Chartres street ........11M
Informs lllar lnur o irouIl frionIdI lind the tllub
Ih' i gn ll'nil Ihint liho ha lhotly r.nvolid from
the Manuifantorloi of hllolguiii aind England, a
large quantitty of FIRIE Alll, of the molat
olritiint. fo.Irma. iithd ato0 all airtinim idanpt,idl t.o
hllnter,. _ ol'Il 1m
JUl 19,
PORTRAIT PAINTER.
No. 8 Carondelet street, New orleans.
Pnrtroit u from liif
ltor from Dtl'irreIA ofl
I I1iiiund o lo'lw I (it nII O'r
'rlyou),. frol $5r, to
My ART t ALIA1ERY
l1 a pl o1( of frog re
Rsort, ndal tIhe ill il
in Invith.l to vilit. it
at vLitbeoure.
or09 tno94
4 ANY A
Painting to-day?
--v -
UNIA',KE,
--010 TO
S 14 ExIchangO
0 j=2€Plae,
N. O.
00213 ly
FALL AND WINTER OPENING
-OF
IMPORTED MILLINERY.
mrne. Rrom*. Rey2. ir,
No. o Chartres street. Near Canal,
-WILL HAVE HER OPENING ON
Monday and Tuesday, November 6 and 6,
-Of the Latest Received
PARIS BONNETS, IIATS,
-And other Novelties in
MILLINERY.
to which the Ladies in general are respectfully
invited.
N. B.-No cards. oner 3m
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
-AND
Agricultural and Mechanical College.
This institution is now opVn for the reception
of students and cadets. The session begins, by
law, October 5 and ends July 4.
Tuition free. Admission granted to young
men and youths not under fourteen years of
age, who are proficient in the branches of a
common English education. They can enter at
any time (luring the session. Course of study
for the present optional with the parent of the
student or cadet.
Military Cadets will be quartered in the Uni
versity building; other students can find good
board, at reasonable rates, in the city of Baton
Rouge.
EXPENSES FOR A MILITARY CADET.
Fixed expenses per month: Board, lodging
and servant atten lance. $12; washing and mend
ing, $2 5o; fuel and lights. 5o cents; medial at
tendance. $1; total, $16; or for the session of
nine months, $144; or at that rate for part of ses
sion. Payable monthly in advance.
Contingent expenses per session: Estimates
uniform clothing. $17; text books and s'ation
ery. $15; medicines, $5: breakages and other
contingencies, $5; total, $72 Payable $48 on en
trance; balane . $24, January 1.
In ;ases of withdrawal from the institution
cadets will be charged only for the time of at
tendance, with this exception: that there will be
no remission of fees for the last two months of
the sesfson.
A. ROCHEREAU & CO.,
OOMMIHMION MEICJIANTH.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
ZR,7 & i©1TPANT?'
CHAMPAGNE.
IMPORTERS OF
BRANDICR, WINEI, VEt MOUTHS, OILN, F'"C.,
8 South William St., New York. 1N and IN s1. Iemts Street, New Orleanl.
JNO. JVEZTT SONS,
LEAD
AND- *LINSEBDY
C IUSlItIERS E % OZ f
LINSEED,
1TY 'i %V Y () I;, 1 .
Thu above LEAD l) strhitly P'UI.I. They hnav mnnurnuhutr d only thi s nq lity fIr e th lanst
twenfty ynars. Otuarantod nn g,,o as env mnl' In this cuntlry. and thn abovl 011 is WAI.
ItANTED to bn I'EItFECTLY PURIRE. F,,r sils ty
W. M. ABuATr, No. S! Petere Street,
no24A m HOlE A(iENr FOIl NEW OTL,EANB.
GO TO GRUNEWALD HALL,
-FORl THIE IEST-
PIANOS AND ORA1NS,
SHEET MUSIC(
-ANI)
BI{ASS INSTRUMENTS,
WItI (Ii ARE OFFIrEItED AT
I ')1V I: lg i t I'll lC .
Than at any other Munle House in this Country.
A MA(INIFI(ENT STOC( OF TAI, OEEILEIItATED I'IANOS OF
&414-el11w ty,. Iiftr!mne. I 'levy'l srdt I'ic.h1cr
AIWAYH ON IIANI,. AND HOLD ON EASY. ACCOMMODATING TErEMH.
Get My Ewtimnate. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Hpchial attention pai I to RE'A II ON PIANOS. whih a re lin by skllld workman at mod-l.
-rate pri'ns, and using only hJIn BEH' MATERIA I,.
IJhlyng over',thing for CAHIl, and having no 111(111 CANAl, HTREET IlENT t, any. I can fol
my goode MUCitl IOW ER and ntl mry ensatum,,r haInv tihe bmnelt of It.
Your patrom agim lv raptlfullI y voli l 'ed..
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
ofl2 Grunewald HIll, 14, 16, IS, o anid ! Ilaronne street, New Orleane.
PHILIP WERLEIN,
NEW MUSIC AND PIANO STORE,
NO. 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUILDING,
THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD.
The Headquarters of the Piano and Music Trade of New Orleans and
the Month.
Tho honus "Worliin " Is rnowned for Its lOW PRICES AND ACCOMODATINO TERMS,. and
for thim H.l1'ERlIORI QUALITY of Its iIInstrullots. At his Mammoth Warerorons "an be found
aun amoirtmlent of
200 PIANOS AND ORGANS,
OONMINTING OF THONE UNEQUALED AND PERFECT
CHICRERING
Upright, HSuiare and Grand Plano'
Thi oloegant Upright
IIARDMAN PlanosH
The standard EMTEY Organs,
-m MASON &a HAMLIN
and NEW ENGLAND Organs.
Also fifty saoond hand Planos and Organs at prlccs to n.ult overyono. Evory
instrumont sold is fully warranted.
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
SMURTCAL INHTRUMENTS. Strings at'.. LECOMTE'H andl other BRAHSS
INHTRUMENTS. sold at Wholesale and Retail. at prices to defy all com
potltlon.
SHEET MUSIC-TITE LARGEST STOCK IN THE BOUTII.
PIANOSB REPAIRED. TUNED. HAULED OIL STORED AT REASONABLE
PRlICES. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
J .EMV. AL. R 1E.V.',L.
o
TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC.
Having leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the
MORESQUE BUILDING,
forming the corner of Camp and Poydras streets, we will take possession of the
same during the
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER,
-with one of the-
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
-OF
rURNITTRE,
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 weiwill REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate the
expense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before
we move.
Thanking the Puble for their generous patronage during many years past, we hope by strfia
attention to business and upright dealings, to merit a continuance of the same in our new
quarters.
Sue.. B. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY.
W "to SA~-4
THE ONE OilJI J TOTE3
nEA N1T, OTH AiD W T.
Via o ln [ ui AI. 1
Via Louevg i , via Atlauta Loti sta tM. LOt.
Trains arrive and depart from Depot. foot of
Canal street, as follows:
DEPAwr. ARAIVl1.
xpresr ..... 7: or a. m. xpress...... :Ps. a. i
xprenss.... 6:00 p. W . ytores .... .P:qM P. Il
I ullMran I'I4.,la Car daily to olrltn ,
Louisvllle. Nasbville., Fti. .)lui Washington.
Baltimore and Phlltiadu" hi kylt.holt oSflg
and only one change to ework and aters
cities
Tl''kn.t oftie. corner of Camp and Commoa
street, oppyite (itIy ifte Crt
B D. ii. HO1 uIttdepL
mhatf J. W. UOLE AN. TI·h t Agent
PONTCHARTRAIN RAILWAY
De'pnteat thnrheAl orf l lain lei rni atrntt ag_
the Leovee. TIrlli fstrict.
Exrurslon to or from the Lak aend ret1ra
same lay, IO cents. ohildren under twelve
years 1o conts.
Trains will leave as follows:
From the City. From the Lake.
a o'loek .-......a. m. 7 o' ro,'k .......a. 3
7)d o'c )k ......... m. R o'clork .... ..,a. i
it o'clok ........a. m to o'rok ........a in.
10 o'clork ....... . m 114 o'elock ......., in.
12 o'clork ........ tn. 14 o'rlok ...,...p. in.
2 o'clock ........ tn. n. o'1lo 'k ...,... P, lp,
1 o'relok .......p. m. 4I o''lork ........ p,m
4 o'rloc'k ......r m. i 4 '0lock .......pr . a.
So'c'lok ........ .m. m l. o'clock "......p min
a o'clock ....... . in. 6M o'nlock ........PI
7 o'elock ........ . m. i o'ilok ........q. }
R :5 .......op. in. :': O'fli0.. r..
100n t0 .. . . in. 10 o'clock ..... .
On Hunday the trains will the run everhaM
hour from 2 o'clock . inn. On unday mor
Ings the trains leave the city at 5 o'clock for me
aiconmmorlation of sportfron.
P'Rnnngers for (enritilly mrust notify the ou'
diwtor prior to the dl. rture f train,.
all '77 ly D. I1, I01BINON, Reoslyt'.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
PASSENGER ROUTE8 TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
meorganlsed for the mummer of 18S0.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. 0. ad
M. It. adl presenting the following attratlW
lines to the attention of all Nourth-bwound On.
lats and Travelers:
Route No. 1-All Rail.
Via Montgomery o (,lumrsln, Maon, Augruta
Wilmington. rlehmond,
O6 Hours, New Orleans to New York.
The same time alwayns as by any other liMe.
Pullman Bleeping Cars to Opelika.
Solid Dayr Trains theone to Au atatS,
Pullman Sileeping Cars attached at oldo. f
Wilmington.
Through traini Wilmington to Richm
New York with Elteant Parlora Oars ra ed P
Rlihmond-thence Pullman Seping O
New York.
ALL CHANOGES AT IAMtONA~I EO8V H
AND INT.O CLEAN AND PROPtELT
VENTILATED CA.S.
Ioute Ne. s-Bay WLie.
Over the samelines to Wilmintonaeby
No. . Thence by Special Parlor s to or
mouth. Va. Thnerw, at S:e0 ,. m, daily eele
Sunday)by the mnanleflent steame.r . LS
1AY LINgE to Baltimore. Thence by Nerw Yo
xpress, arriving in Hew York at 2:06 in m.
A sixty-nine hours' run--only seven hours l1
excin-eof all rail time. with the advaotage of an
undisturbed night's rest and superior aooom.
modations upon the Ohesipeake Bay.
Ioute No. 8-The oi4 D inmlimt UIse.
The same Lines to Wilmington ea n 1?Vi
mouth a s outes I and 2. Thence, on Mo
Wednesdays and Saturdays at :ao p.
laanitJnt lsdewheel steamships of e
DOMIN ON COMPAN which invaraby
at their NeW York wharves at 9 p. m.
A through run of 70 hours, combinipg
essential elements of Chesapness, peed
Comfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleans Boltlt
dlays. Mond f 8 and Thursdays to connect aOlOs
Iy with this Line.
For Tickets, Cheeks Time Cards. aM all l i
formation, apply at the offioes of ithe New O
Le ands Y Mobile lktlrotul.
. POPE, General Pasetiingr Agent
J H,II. WHITE truthern Passtenger Agent
L. L. Mr:CILEKEY. Southwestern Agent. otr.
nor Bt. Charles and Common ste, not aS
RlEAT JACKEeON M t B.T
NEW OBLBfEA A IIH D IO
DOUBLE DAILY THBOUGH TbAIN.I
will depart and arrive as follows: from Oalito
stree devot from July 1.,1877:
DEPArBt, 21IT.
Elpress No.I1.5:1op.m. Ixprese .o.5.10:0 ILlt
Expres No, 1.6:16 a. m. I Express .4. 8:15 IIP
Nos. 1 and 2 run daily, a ano 4 daily e6aý
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING S 0
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Ch.
ro and Milan, Tenn., without change, an ..
Louis a sleoper is taken on at Milan, ena
a ners to go through without leaving
Friday evening's train makes no conneCtuIO
at Duurnoin for Chlc.ago.
Accommodation trains between New Orlesa
and MCom b (lty:
Leave New Orleans 8:o p. m. Baturday: and
7:80 a m. Bunday.
Arrive 9:5o p. m. BSunday. and 9:30a a m. Non.
¶ickets for sale and Information Z0lL 51
Camp street, oorner mon. nder Olty aot
3 C. CLanKE,
Vice President and General Manager. mih
GREAT REDUCTION
- IN THE
PR. ICES
-OF THE
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATION
MACHINES.
THE SINGER
WILL LAST A LIFETIME,
SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PRICES.
Address
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
85 CANAL STREET.
sea13 tmhl
CHINA--GLAS.
VINET.
207..............Canal street .............
Near Rampart street,
invites his friends and the public in general to
visit his store, examine his goods, and satisfy
themselves that they
Can Buy Cheaper from Him,
CROCKERY, STOVES AND HOUSEFURNI8H
ING GOODS. feely
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHR HANSEN
-$ and 5s Canal street, New wrlean.
TO ALL BOUTHEBN OITIZENL.
I am of the same olinion as ouselves say
am determined to help build up the ieanaric
turtn Interest of our native 8tate i order to
helwh elaboring classes sad keep tB e money
w wol oereeso to the North, at home.
About a year ego I started my Jaetvy, and by
using the best material and ii my
e'..hame been ebe ete-Tn m'
&q M"

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