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CHEMICILS. FERTIZiZERS. . t STERN'S FERTILIZEIl --AND- ClEMICAL :.iAUFACTIIUIT. COMPANY, 14 UNION STREET, Have constantly on hand and mannufcturnrl oesal, at D dooe to sult the times. times follow law Bone Super Phosphate,' Raw Bone Ammoniated Phosphate, Pure Ground Raw Bone, Which we guarantee unsurptnsed In uality. are the most reliable f 5rtilizers of thoe ao; othe following ohemicala: Sulphuric Acid, Muriatic Acid, Phosphoric Acid, Solution Phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Alumina, Muriate of Tin Crystals. Bone Black of All Grades, Copperas, Neats Foot Oil, ANID THE OELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, Now in daily use by the . 0. AUXILIARY SANITARY ASSOCIATION. We invite the attention of CLOSE BUYERS, and solicit all orders. STIER1N'S FERTILZElR AND CHEMIAL MANUFACTURING CO. C. M. SORIA, President. JOSEPH ALBRFoII lT, Chcmiit. 001 n m An Old Plamer. t appears from the following statemeont by Madrid correslpodent of the Now York Ovenitag Poat that the Archduchess Muri'j is an old flame of Alfouso's, an(d that they are really resuming a broken-off love altfair: 'I'ho Archduchess and the King, it seems, have known each other fromi childhood. When lueen Isabella was exiled with all her family, Prln.e Alfonso was placed at a .oardllng sobool in Vienna, called the 'rhereslanum, where he became a great favorite with Mr. &ohmerlig, one of the diguitarles of the in stitute, who took him frequently to too (CI:a teau Welburg, in Baden, the residence of the Archduchess Isah.l. the cllldren, Alfonso and Marie Christine, played together in the park on these holidays and rode, races with each other, she on a pony and he on a volei pde. There must haveo bleeon soin nerhange of childish vows tet.weet. them, for when in the course of time Al!onso was made King of Spain the Archduchess, nlrevtdy a young lady In long drest. b.catme sudldenly mucnI Interested in Spanish alfrits and adopted iheo .Spanish mantillt. Sihe even had several por traits made with the Spanish veil and rose and evidently expected an oflTr of the hand and crown of King Alfons8. llr'alsappolnt ment was so great when she kntew that Mor cedes had been preferred tihat when, a few months ago, the alliance with D)on Alfonso was first proposed to her she flatly r'lused to hear of it. After a few weeks she, however, relented, but Insisted upon the King's going to Vienna to visit her before con.entlng to consider the proposal. Tne (Cabntet decided that Spanish etiquette and royal dignity could not be so entirely waived as to permit the.monarch to go all the way. It was only when the young lady became convinced that it would be imposslble for the King to go to Vienna that she con.escended to come half way to meet him. It was discovered that s.ie needed sea-baths. Arcachou offered every advantage as a bathing place, and being so near Spain the day was finally set for the in terview at this town. Art and Art Critielsm in Wolland. (Oorresponduer.t New York Tribune.l In the picture gallerv at the Hague, scores of Americans are at home; but one of my companions heard an "observation" the other day which is worth telling. A party came intr the '.ur: .t'chl! l, rtttln t; ,nlerandt's "School of Anatomy " and one of the young ladies, on catching elrnus of the stark figure stretched upon Tulp's dissecting taule, ex claimed, "Oh! there's a Susannah!" After this, I refrain from any "reflections" upon Netherland art. Let us leave the "School of Anatomy," and Paul l'otter's "bull," and the smooth platitudes of Mieris, and that ever lasting white horse of Wouverman and Ween lx's dead geese, and Hondekoeter s chickens, and Steen's oyster suppers, and run away to sleepy old Delft, iifteen minutes by rail. There we will stroll down the quiet street, or rather "gracht," for a canal runs through it and will ferret out the Sacristan o0 the Oude Kerk and rouse him from his afternoon nap (and only think what an afternoon nap must be in Delft), and we will explore the clumsy, ugly old church with its wooden ceiling and its door paved with tomb stones, where stout Admiral Van Tromp sleeps undisturbed by sound of war-e or can non, under the beautifully sculptured marble which pictures his last sea fight. We will cross the street in front of the church to the Prinsenhof, that long, low, brick building with a stone escutcheon over its door, and passing through the court, stand at the foot of the stairway where the assassin robbed Holihnd of William the Silent. We will walk on to the Nieuwe Kerk where the hero rests under bronze and marble. Why did they mount those four wretched crying babies upon the summit of the tomb-to hold torches upside down, to point out inscriptions, and to divert the spectators' mind from historic retrospectto thoughts of infant misery? We will come out again into the square while the chimes peal sweetly'over our aeads, and will look up and see the edges of the old bells lin log the sides of the belfry. And then we will go back to the Hague by the sleepy one-horse turnway, nodding as the patient horse jogs aoIog to the music of his bell, and the low, green levels and oreeping boats grow dusky in the ooming evening. ------ ***------ So great is the depression in Rutlandshire and North Leoloster, Eugland, that not one tenant farmer in that neighborhood can show I a shilling profit during the last four years, and two of them have committed suicide from utter despair. bPECIAL 1tOTIOES. Office New Orleans and Carrolltonn Raliroad Company. New Orloanu, Octohor 7. 1H879-At a spocia l m1root.in of the Board of Dir.otors hell '1 III DAY. a dividend or TWO AND A HALF PElt CENT was d claretd out of the earninls of the pa~ir thre mouths. payable to the stockholders or their legal repro sentatives, on and afrer thr twenti th in stint. WALTER V. ClioU0Cl, oc' td H'_cr.-tary. lurclal niottel--To uhiplpere to Monroe iand all stations on the VIcltsburg ShrAveport amid Tixlas Rltdlroad, viii I.ltt LA. HStamer N'iTONIEZ Ileaving "very SiATURDAY EVEN ,NO. wili sign thirough bill ladif at the same rate asn other boats. JOHN JANNEY 07 if _ J. E. t!ARfLIN. Agents. Notice--Tle undersiKneC bhexu leave to annuoumn to his friendnd and the publin that h w'll op"n his ialtr lbor saloon on WEDNES DAY. October 8. 151, at 44 St. Charles street. .c . st FRAN K WITTUM, pllecial Notlen-P-arllrs having Pledges att Hart's Loan O'llh, upon which interest has acn·rlued, if not raltl on1 or bhorro the FIRST OF O1l'OBElt, said pledges will be offered for ti+. _l __ s013 tf The Woman's Christian Union will met on the first and second TUESDAY In each month at 11 a. m.. at the Oarondelot street Methodist Ohurch. MRS. J. J. LYONSB. President Mns. HI. J. Coor. Beor',tsrv. doe tf PERSONAL. IF ANTHONY McNATLLY. OF COUNTY I. Mayo, Ireland., related to the "Bourkes" of Galway, will call upDo the managing editor of the Democrat he will hear of somothing to his advantage, 5527 if REWARDS. dc l L( RIEWARD- THE AIBOVE REWARD P L1 will be pald by toe Mississippl Valley Transportation Company at New Or()ll ,s for the recovery of the body of WILLIAM E BUST lat, oiilot of the estamrr John (Illamor-. drowned at Mulatto Bend. on Monday. StpteRmber 1. 187)9. Description-tiix feet in height; blick hair ndrl moustache; soar on left ehohk: female fig ulre tattooed on one arm; eagle and letters "W. E I." on the other; gold shirt studs, with lotters "J, 0." ongraved on them; moss agate sleeve buttones; had on black coat, plaid pants; clothes all marked with his name. Hehad In his vest poeokt a sliver watch, and in his potk t. a red pocket-book, contalrina ag bout 54 50 in sliver. JOHN A. STtVnNSUN. Agent Miss. Val. Tra ns. Co., New Orleans. rIC1E MEMBER. OF GEORGE WASHING I orn Lodge 1o. 9, A. F. and A. M., of whioh W. E. BUST was a memb'r. are very desirous of recovering his remanlus, and ask the fraternity to assslt them in this thei' hour of need. Should the body be found we will pay all expenses for Its recovery and budl 1. oit 1112 15 19 ItICH.ARI) TREVOR, W. M. STOLEN. 1 OT OI: STOLE 7 - ONE PROMISSORY nlto for $267 79, drawn by P. F. Hrwig to the order of PI. E. Brultour, dtated New Or leoans. Juneo 7. 1879, and ,,yabini thirt en das after datr. All persons are (!cltionIld agiunust negntiating said note. P. E. BRULATOUR. I)itAYMEN-WE HAVE REOhIVID IN Sin slore from our mnullllfactory, a iutrr lot of COT I'ON WAGON1a and EX TKA WIIHGEItM. waich will be soli under i full guar ant.e. Your lpatro(iiao i slll Eol d. BO,) LFY IBROTHERS. No. 127 lColmmn it reet. Will remove to No, so Union street on 1*-o. her 1. _ s16 _ ln First in the Field -FOR FALL AND WINTER SEASON, 1879--1S0. GODCOAUX, '81..........CANAL STREET..........83 THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER WILL DISPLAY On September 10, 1879, THE LARGEST AND MOST SELECT STOCK -OF Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats Ever Displayed in this City, at Prices to Suit both RICH and P0R11. N. B.--Custom Work a Specialty under the Supervision of Messrs. GONTHIER alnd GlIBERThON, the well-known Cut ters. Samples and Instructions for Measur. lug w illingly sent on application. so1 SuMlo&Thtf JUST OPENED! A NEW AND COMPLETE :STOCK - OF - BLACK GOODS, Consisting of MATELASSE CLOTH. BLACK DIAGONAL. FIGURED ALPACAS, CASHMERE D'EOOSSE. AUSTRALIAN COBEPE INDIA CREPE. ETC. deis tf HOUSE AND STORE PAINTING(, KA.SOMINING, WALL COLORING LOWEST PRICES IN THE GITY. TORT H&RT, 23. u 'Sms Tt at'U 2?2 Is... • , . .. LOOKIhG-GLASS AND ART DEPOT. Ts LARINT IOi1 OU H KIID I- Til iTE I ITA l. CO31iPETITIONY DEFIED. Partilo wlQhlin nov of the forllowln artlelme will do well to give me a call h-fore porehbling elsawheorf: FREINOH PLATE MANTEL ANID PIEDt MIIRFIORI of al STILES in GILT. WAL N OIT and GILT., al particullrly the EBON Y and GIIT QUEEN ANNE MIllRRORSt. which are all the rl.aeat Irneous In the North. M IN, OW 8tAI)ES AND COONICES. of the most elegant dsigns. als,, PlRnTRAIT AND PICTURE FIIAMI'S of the lfnest tatternu, and the largest and latest p.tllcnatlons of ENGHAVINGS. OIL PAINTINGS AND OIBIOMOS constantly kept in slock, whoretrorn artlits andl IoonIIOIHttura mlly tlel proiud to sol.ct. Do not forget that competltlon Is df lted but come and be convinced at L. TTER'S, ocl m No. :3» ItOY'AL lýTRE ET. FOR THE VERY BEST AND NEVER FADINUA PHOTOGRAPHS - O TO - 121 CANAL Street, 121' CANAL Stre., Touro NIulUan. s Tou'rs ualilusg D024 1I WANTS. W ANTED-THE PUBLIO TO KNOW THAT the cheavest and bhst advertising in the city is in this column, at ten cent ser line for the first and five oents for each subseauent in sertion,. mh22 SITUATION5 WA NTEI--FEMALE . ('ooks. Chambermaids. eta. W ANTFD-BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SIT uation to do housework and sowlng. Apnly at No. 32 Religious stret. reeLt _ FOR R FOR RENT-LARGE, COMFORTABLY FUR nitshed, well-vetntilate I font rooms; ap polntments olea+n and ntew; stogie or in sultes, with (ino. roomy baleconles, can be had at rea sonable prices by iIeqtnotable~, prompt-peyling tenants, at No. t5I (tarotidolet. street. Also a good seud ball room and a fw erxeorptionnaliy large and couvenient gallery rooms. Iefor e'nOe re~tnerdid. ne5 1w F'OR RENT--THE LARGE COTTAGE. NO. 193I tintpart noatrr I)urmneile sti eot; 15 rooms; $35. Two smu.ll co lagrs on Villero. near enm mon street: 5 rooms, Ilargeo lot; rent. $15. On)o store 15 fret sqtlare, reofidolune and fixc 1 Froe, on the south eeruoner of Poydtras and Franklin streets. Atpplv at No. :s VllAero street near Common. lent. $15 s,ý25 tf FOR SALE. ,1OR SALE-AN A NO. II()ORSE AND BA I' roho, fully guarttrt, ed. Attly at. Mar key's stables. corner COTbmnon and (lalborno strer.ts. orS tf iOR BALE-BOILERS OF ALL KINDS, AT 1' thb old ostublishd stoam boiler manufIa tory of JOHN WARD). No. 21o, 212 and 2s4t outh P'to'rs and No. 31 Oalliooe stroot. All boilers sold for flange lrou gnar:)nteOd not to crack. Boilers made on short notie,, Prlus as low as the lowest, Holtd for eetinlnators. Address Post oree box No. uM54, Noew O)rlentts. La. jell 4m He-TELS-REST AURAN TS. THirE ST. CI AIRLEIS IIOTEL W ILL OPEN FOR 1'lfl RECEPI'1'IN OF guellsts on MOINI)AY. l.xtlh intstant. DlUr It g the stIrnt tr tite Itnlter l wIe ait. in thorough ordelr and llun modutrn ImlLorovemrents Intre. dluc ed 1to euurt :ho c,,eOmote of pO.t roun. The ht. e s etins1urieeein'tld Iln nit that goo to make a FllRtT-UILAeSan tel ELEGANT HOTEL. and will eoeltlnue to, let rit l hll., bpr, teular nlver which lhe bheen a.t'oreded it It the ptt. Iarthies returtnine. home will dle well to call tindl leek at FAMILY ItOOMd be fore lhocatiug elewleeore. eo If IRlVElt;4 & IIAItTFLH. E.O11_0 V AL. -THE - GE.N~TS' FURNSlIIING GOODS EMPORIUM -OF M. KJRANZ Has removed to the conveniently located store. NO. 101 CANAL STREET. Thanking the public for vast favors in appre elating my effort to furnish first-class goods at the lowest possible price. I solicit a continuance of that patronage, feeling convinced that in the future I will merit their fullest confidence and favor. ne4,ms, M. KRANZ. c-a a' ALPH. WALZ, Proprietor and manufacturer of the celebrated MALAKOFF BITTERS, Sole agent for Gaff & Coe.'s celebrated AURORA LA]ER BEER. In Barrels and Bottles. 26 CONTI STREET, Between Chartres and Decatur. New Orleans MALAKOFF BITTERS can be had of Burke 1 Thompson E.J. HartdC o.. P. L. Ousache. Patterson & Bovard: also by all grocers and annthp rlea f..ie 1 Wood! Wood! Wood! The attention of Vlanters and others is called to the act that I am prepared to deliver with the steamer PAINTER NO. 2. AND BARGES. ALL KINDS OF WOOD, and in ANY QUANTITY, at any point on rver below the mouth of Bed river, at the LOWEST PRICE. from this day. May I, 1U81 titslrh~tI -~i EDUCATION. LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY - AND - Abricu'uiur aind MLecbieil Cpllege, BATON 11OUGI, LA. SESSBION BEGINS OCT. 5, ENDS JULY 4.1880. Good Faculty of Thirteen Instructors and fine library aiil fair italpratus. TUI rlON FREE. Board and other necessary expD-ns. at moderate rates, For oarttrelars address o'1 lm DT&W D. F. BOYD, Presidont. MISSISSIPPI MILITARY IN'TITTUTE PASS CHRISTIAN. MISS. 1870*1880, PePstnn begins October 13. 1879. Instruction thorough and according to modern improvements. Faculty graduaties of bost institutions iS Europe and America. Military equtpped by the gneral government Motto-- 'Soldier, holar. Gentleman." For catalogues Ioprly to the Secretary of Fa. culty. E. H. MUIFEE.. Superintendent. ,.l 2mD&W BANK NOTICES. $10 to $1000 INVESTED IN WALL $1 t street tocks makes for tunes every month. Books sent free explain ing overvthina. Address BAXTER & 00. Bank ors. 17 Wall street. N. Y. sat? lybAW PAINTS, OILS, . GLASS, ETC. ITavlvg removed to the largo store No.3l Magazino sieeot. I oiler for salo at LOWEST CASH PRICES, My largo and well-assorted stock of English and American White Lead, French and American Zinc Paint, French andAnAmericanWindow Glass, Polished and Rough Plate. Nobles & Hoars's Best English Var nishes-Coach, Railway, etc. Baxter & Bell's Pure Liquid Paints. Warranted to Contain No Chemicals. Johnston's Patent Dry Kalsomino and Fresco Paints, Russel Co.'s Palette & Putty Knives, Choice Masons' and Painters' Brushes and Tools. Colors, Dry and Ground in Oil, Artists' Colors and Materials, Linseed, Lard, Rosin and Coal Oils, Turpentine, Naval Stores, Axle Grease, Glue, Sand Paper, etc. Alum in Powder and in Lump, Etc., Etc. SAM'L M, TODD, No. 37 Magazine St. o03 im D&W THE LOAN OFFICE, OTTO SCIWANER, 17-.........Baronue street ...........l Between Canal and Common. ODDV.lIte oGrnnewald Hall. Advances maoe on PIANOS. for which Decflal aeommodations are made. j1il I. O.T.CO. ILLUIINATING OILS - AND - BURlNIN FLUIDS. The INSURANOE OIL TANK COMPANY offer to the trade the following list of their su. per ior and popular brands at the lowest whole sale price t INSURANCE OIL. The INSURANCE OIL to the only illuminat Ing oil derived from petroleum that has the 1ull ind'reammout of the LEADING INSURANCE COMPANIES of Europe snd Amertia. It may be used with absolute safety in any kerosene or coal oil lamp without change of burner. Ilealers who wish to sell an illuminating oil. safe beI'oudl chance of accideini, should rocom mend the Insuranco Oil. Put up In best barrels, and also In NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS. PLANET OIL. This excellent and cheap brand of CARBON OIL has been sold by the proprietors for ten yIars pest, and NO ACCIDENT HA EVE II HAP PICNED FROM ITS URE. The Plalnot Oil is regular and uniform in -uality, never under the United States stand ard of refined totroleum. and it costs but a trifle over common coal oil. Planet Oil is especially recommended to onn. sumers who do not with to pay the price of In surance Oil, as the be.t cheap oil lt tie market. I'nroline FIluid, For Metallic Gas Lamps and' Portable Gas Burners. This celebrated Fluid, propared by a process known only to the proprietors. Is the boat and most r.ilablo of all the produce of petroloum for use in motallic and portable GAS LAMPS and LANTERNS. It, burns clear and bright, giving a light equal to the best coal gas; is free from smoke or lffenslve odor, and does not char the wick or unm the burner No other Fluid or Oil should be used In port able gas lamps or lanterns. Gasoline for Gas Machines. Distilled expressly for the I. O. T. CO.. and with peculiar retard for the changes of tem perature so common in this climate. Unequaled for generating gas, or for carbu* r retiug coal gas. Prorlietors, patentees and owners of GAS MACIHINES cannot overestimnte the Imnort An iof having their GASOLINE of reliable S t unlity, as success depends so gravity atu _ i·Ons much on th-st conu.-- " " to + or, well If you want your GOs Mlenu-" to 'r Well I a.tdrlve a brltllant light, buy your Gasoline oi the Insurance Oil Tank Company. HEAD-LIGHT OIL. The HEAD-LIGHT OIL of the I. O. T. CO. is the best brought to the Rowihorn market, and is always sold at the LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICE. Dealers who sell ordinary Coal Oil and Head Light Oil can always be supplied by the I. O. T. CO. with Inspected grades in barrels or cases. CAUTION - TO - DEALERS AND CONSUMERS. The favorite and popular brands, INSURANCE OIL. PLANET OIL, PARLOR SAFETY OIL PUROLINE FLUID -AND- CRYSTALLINE FLUID are trade marks of the I. O. T. CO.. and all deal ers using these names as brands for Illuminating Oils or Fluids, without the consent and authority of the pro prietors, will be prosecuted according to law. DISTILLED AND REFINED FOR THE INSURANCE Oil Tank Company, New Orleans, La. BRANCH OFFICES: Galveston, Houston and Austin, Texas. senst~PM AMUSEMENTS. BIDWEL'B NEW ACADEMIY OF MUSI. Frlday Evalnanr, Oetober l., Benefit to AWaSIK P5XLUwY. Upon which occasion she will introduce sores new sorgs, modl.ys and ballads. Sunday October 12.-The Orliginal Fatinilt Opera Compan y. efl9 BIDWELL'S ACADEMT OF MU810. Thoroughly Ventilated-Cool and Pleasant. Opeining of the Dramatle Beason. SUNDAY, OCTOBEU R 5, 187 79 For One Week Only. First Appearance in New Orleans of ANNIE PIXLEY, The most fascinating actress and vocalist uPOn the American stare. supported by MoDon ough & Fulford's Talented Dramatio company, In the charming drama from Bret Harte's story of "N bL ' JL I 8 8 ," ** Child of the Sierras. Miss Pisley will Introduce her hoiceseleO. Lions of -oargs. Duets., Medieys and the eelso. brated drinking son from Girofle-Giro l which she rivals the great Almee. Act 1.-The plot; the abduction fulled. Act 2.-ThessaMi sin; the accusation by M'ilss. Act 3.--Te triali the synehoon defeated; the escape u f Gray Act 4 (Five yars later)-Mountain home changed to the city parlor; marriage of 'Iles. SUNDAY, OCT. 12 -The Original Fatinitzar Opera Ctmnpany, from the Fifth Avenue Thea. trr, New York 'rIty 006 GRAND OPEBA HOUSE, O (Canal street.) GRAND COMPLIMENTARY ENTERTAll. fl FOR TH1E BENEFIT Or THI HOOD RELIEF FUND: Tendered by the members of THE SIHAKESPEARE CLUB, In conjunction whih the Cnntinental Geardl,. assisted by the Oriental Quartette and other talented amateurs, under the auspl0es of th . Association Army of Tennessee, Louisiana Division, FRIDAY EVENING, OOTOBER 10,,1879, When will ht presented Webster's historical Drama in a Prologue and three acts, on titled "DEAD BEART, '" With an unsurpassed cast, embracing the fol. lowltg array of amateur talent: Mr. T. O'Neill. Mr. J. Q. Dowers. Mr. ]non Onorato Mr. A. tchwaner. Mr. T. C. McCa dllsh. Mias Sadle Vivian. Mr. John Stumpf. Miss Magg'e Oonway. Mr. W C. Murray. Miss Elleon Galliaher Mr. J. P. Roche, Miss Annie Hal. Mr. J. B. Cahalu. with consent of the B. D, Olulb. Mr. P. J Murphy, and others. Prrceding the drama tie Continentals will present for the first time in this city two real istic Revolurlionry abl 'alstx. E PBIVOUA AT MONMOUTH and THEBATTLE Ol i 5 INGTON. Original music, appropriate soeORf and r ffects The Box Office will be open on Thursday adn Friday. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., when seats mA.sy be secured. Doors open at 7 p. m;; curtain rises atD l Rererved seats may be secured at the ofiTe, without extra charge. ' hursday and day. October a and 1o. from 10 a. m. until S p Mlmbers of the Assoenttion can proeurt.Le eta by carling at Frank H.rron's.225 Caeal nor of BasiL, and at E. Lilienthal's, Canal. nea Chartres. RECEPTION COMMITTtE. MAJOR CLEM L. WA LKEBR Chairman t Fran.:is T. Nicholls, Fred N. Ogden. L. A. Wtltz. Col, Cbas. E, Feton. - I. W. Patton, COn. A. letchard, - Col. W. T. Vaudry, Gen. . T. Beaur Col. Jas. Lingan. Capt. John An Ut Capt. J. A. Chbaaron, Major G. A. W Iaml Cnpt. S. D. htotLkman. Capt. John B. Major F. L. Richardson, Capt. Vie. Olivier. Col. W. E. Huger, Col, John 0ynn. Jr.,t. Cap. S. H. Buck, Catt. W. UBo.Detfo Major R. C. Bond, R H. Brunet, Col. Leuls Bush. Capt. H. N. Jenkis,. Louis Blurthe, CoL Jo.e ! Collip,.. Albert D'A uin E. J h DE;la. S ;pt. Chs. G. Johnoen, major B. M. Iarro4. David Hut beAs, B. F. Jonas. Col, P, O Poeroux, Victor Latour, Goo. S. Prttt, A. Boleblano. Capt. J. R. A. Gau- Capt. A. Sambola, threaux. len. Wm. J Be Capt. Wm. Pierce. Majr JB. tB. Capt. W. R. Ls man, W. H. Murray, ee29 oc5 till 10 SMAE OTN 1uBM 1J810 I 14-gg Baronne Str Grunewald Nasi PI NOB 10M to select from. General Agenoy i the world-renown Pianos of STlEINWA RAIN AI BBRA8 INSTRUMENTS. BTBINGS; ACCORDEONS. GUITARS. Of our lmportation. LOWEST PRICES--BEST TERMS, Country orders resectfully solicited. LOUIS GRUNEWALD, n2n Grunewald Hall, New Orlesa . PEPIN, JB. U. PEPIx, A. PEPIN & BRO., Successors to Pepin & Broussard,: i 158-CANAL STREET-1-- WHITE EUILDING, CORNER BARIOUU, DEALERS IN STAPLE DRY GOODS, - AT THE - LOWEST MARKET PRIGI1&, sQ12 -