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"SPECIAL NOTICE? 1
IREMOVAL -OF- B. & W. CRONER -TO 141 CANAL STREET, Corner of Bourbon. Having rented the elegant and commodious store formerly occupied by Messrs. Levols & Co.. and later by Messrs. McGibbon & Co.. we have fitted it u no in the most convenient and comfortable style. The old stock having all been disposed of during the summer, we will offer an ENTIRE NEW AND SELECT STOCK of the most fashionable DR Y GOODS, At rates which DEFY COMPETITION. Oar Stock is Complete in Every Depart ment. We would call also especial attention to our CARPET 1)EPARTMENT. The patterns of Brussels, Three-Ply and Ingrains are very elegan WINDOW SHADES AND CURTAINS are all of the NEWEST AND LATEST DESIGNS, and of this year's importation. lattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Cornlees, Etc., to which we would call special attention. se30o lm 2dp THE NEW OHLltAN'4 PACIFIC RAIL. WAY (OMPANY Have removed their office to the commodious Around floor of the building No. 159 Common street, formerly cbcupied by the New Orleans Gaslight Company. In making this announcement they desire to express their thanks to those of their fellow citizens who have thus far extended their aid to this great enterprise, while again app-aling to the entire community to promptly come for ward and subscribe in accordance with their means, in order to e able the directory to push with renewed vigor the work already so far ac complished to completion, Every facility will be given, on application at the office, to impart the information required to convinee every one that the success of the road is assured as soon as the sum of $75,oo00o is reached, either in subscriptions to the first mortgage bonds or to the stock of the company. In order to place their securities within reach of all classes of our people, the company have Issued scrip limited in amount to seo.000. and made recei% able either for stock when iresented in sums of s$0o. or for freight or tlassage on completion of the road. This scrip is divided into notes of $50, 20o, sto and $s, transferable by bearer, thus enabling all to aid this immeasur ably important work, the success of which will lar.oly redound to the interests of every man, -woman and child in this oity. With regard to the first mortgage bonds, no one can doubt their being a first class invest ment, apart frpm the collateral advantages which will be derived by the residents of this city; and that they will be so regarded by our moneyed institutions the company refer to a recommendation made a short time since by the presidents of nearly all our banks and in surance companies of the second mortgage per cent bonds of the company, when such ar issue was contemplated. To show the confidence felt by these institu tions in the proposed road, their officers recom mend the second mortgage bonds of the New Orleans Pacific Railway Company as a "first class 7 per cent per annum interest paying investment." and say "they will be received by their several institutions as security for loans "with as much readiness as any other 7 per sent security of the State of Louisiana; they un hesitatingly commend these bonds for invest ment." With this inducement supplemented by the assurances that the company can obtain all else necessary to place the entire road in working order when this seemingly small sum shall have been provided for. and further, that in steadof second mortgage, first mortgage 6 per cent bonds are substituted, can any citizen, who really desires the prosperity of this city, which has been so long retarded by the simple want of 'Aroper communication with the almost inex haustible resources of Texas, Arkansas and Northern Louisiana fail to respond promptly to this appeal ? E. Bi WHEELOCK, President New Orleans Pauific Railway Com pany. sotlim_ 2dp REINERTH & MONTARDIER, Having purchased the STOCK and GOOD WILL of 'Arcy's Well Known and Famous Old HAT STORE, morner of Canal and Cha-tres streets, wish to hereby inform their many friends and the pub lie in general that, from and after the 27th inst.. they will oreos nt to them the most elegant and fa.shonable styles in HATS, CAPS, etc., which were ever offered in this or any other city in the United States. Their prices will be as modera'e and reasona le as those of any other establishment in this city. se23lm A CARD. MR. JAMIES RICKETTq, For many y ars connected with D'Arcy's Well Known Hat Store, Corner of Canal and Chartres streets, will be found on and after the 27th instant at the same Miaee under the proprietorshi 0 of Messrs. RIINEETH & MONTARDIEB where he will .'bspDy to receive the visits of is old friends 49*t eaw. usAIV SMW DmT. mfmna RAILWAY TICKETS AT REDUCED RATFS TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS: New York. Buffalo, Chicago, Boston, Denver, St. Louis, Baltimore, Wheeling, Louisville, Washington,. Albany, Houston. Philadelphia. Toledo, Hot springs, Cincinnati, Chattonooga, Atlanta. Nashvil' . Montgomery, W. H. BARNETT Broker, No. 38 St. Charles st., opposi'e bt. Charles Hotel. oc7 :t REMOVAL. cUMMINGS & ELM FR have this day re moved their store from No. s; Mawaine to No. 156 Poydras street, where thely will continue the Western Produce Business as heretofore. oct4 1w REMOVAL MESSRS. EDWARDB J. GAY & CO. Have removed their office from No. 27 Camp st. TO ST. LOUIS STREET, between Decatur and Clay streets. New Orleans, October 1, 1877. oe2 lot COAL. COAL. The undersigned has on hand a large quan tity of first quality PITTSBURG COAL which he is willing to dispose of at prices that are in dependent of recent combinations among regu lar dealers. Will take orders during the next ten days for supplying families and dealers. Delivery at purch.sers' convenieene, and pay ment not required before delivery. All com munications promptly answered. EDGARD BOULIGNY, 004 tt Democrat office. No. e10 Gravier street. LEON VOITIER. 21.............ROYAL STREET........ ..1 Respectfully in forms the public that he has now In store a large assortment of Bandages, Elastic Socks for Gentlemen Ladles and Children. The Latles'Depar, mentis under the special charge of Mme. Vc'ITIEK. Also has a.handsome assortment of line Cutlery. All articlesoguarantwed. Grinding and Sharpening on TUESDAYS, THUIISDAYS and SATUIt DAYS. ___ oc4 nL FURNITURE! FURNI'TTURE! ALL KINDS OF NEW FURNITURE, SUCH AS BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS, PATENT LOUNGES AND CHAIRS, ETC. For sale at the lowest prices by JOHN BOIS, 152 ............Camp Street.............. 252 FURNITURE TAKEN ON STORAGE. SPECIAL NOTIiIE-Second-hand Furniture bought also and liberal cash prices paid. se23 3m FOR HALE, MANILA CORDAGE, All Sizes. John Jewett & Sons' Pure White Lead, In Various Packages. -ALSo Boiled and Raw Linseed Off, In Barrels. By W. M. ABBATT, Agent, se22 1m 32 Peters street. LUMBER I CABINS ! LUMBER ! The undersigned are still offering their stock In trade at lowest rates. The prices of their celebrated CARRE PLANTATION CABINM have been so reduced as to be within reach of all, Send for price lists. W. W. CARRE & CO., 350 Delord street, sel tf New Basin, New Orleans BOSION & LAFYE ITE WAREHOUSES, Lalayette and Magazine streets. The unlersigniid having retired from the proprietorship of the alv. Waehousesi (,r dially recolilmends his sue essor. M r. EDWARD JONAS, to the patronage of his cost ,iners H. M. ISAACSON. Referr4ng to the above, the business of the Bostdn and Lafav to Warehouses, as conducted ty Mr; H. M. I.AACON.wtti te ount.,lud in all respects, and I lospectfully solicit the patronage of old customers and the public. EDWaRD JONAS., Proprietor Boston and Lafayette Warehouses. I oc3 SCHOOL 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 Introduc tion, when books of similar grade in actual use are taken in exchange: No. 1. No. 2. Watson's Independent Speller... 20o 11 Watson's Primary Reader.... 20 11 Wa son's Sceond Reader....... 40 21 Watson's Third Reader ......... 55 30 Watson's Fourth Reader......... 70 36 Watson's Fifth Reader.......... .51 00 54 Watson's Sixth Reader........... 1 20 6 Steele's Philosophy, Astronomy, each ........................ 1 20 67 Steele's Chemistry, Goology,each 1 20 67 Steele's Zoology................. 1 20 67 Private schools will be allowed same prices as public schools. Other lists will be published hereafter. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE, J. C. EYRICH, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 180 .................Canal street.............. NEW ORLEANS. se1--lm2dp .REAT REDUCTION -IN THE - =PIRICES - OF THE - SINGER SEWING MACHINE. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATION MACHINES. THE SINGER WILL LAST A LIFETIME. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PRICES. Address THE SI8GER ANUFACTURING CO., 65s CANAL eRlY., S DANK $TAT &T T. ,21" ,ý garb tStr 4 Y 4 I " t: a ai t I: I Ii d I i; I9 xi I" ii 3 w x : aSrL p p ~, r '0 C oil Cw H K µ I: 7. il ! ý T Pa a ' tt b c SI Hi m I~i is0. w -,, ,r I-l~C~i a a r SPsAL Wortgai. Speelal Notee to leea Rver Shilperg On account of the non-arrival of the W. J. BEHAN all freight received for the last week will be sent forward TO-DAY on the C. H. DTUIFEE and reshipping boa's and barge., Please arrange iusurance acerdingly. JOS. A. AKEN,. o08 it 111 Gravier street. Office New Orleans and Carrollten Rail road Company, New Orleans October 3,1877. At a spe.dal meeting of the Board 4,f Directors held this day, a dividend of TWO AND A HALF PER CENT was decia ed out of tee earnings of the pa's three months. payable to the stoekholi ers of this company, or their legal representa tlves, on and after SATURDAY. the 20th inst. oc6 td WALTER V. CROUCH, Secretary. Offlee oft New Orleans City Rallroad Company, No. 124 Canal street-New Orleans, October 1, 1877-FOR THE LAKE-Until further notice, trains for th- Lake will leave the city every hour from 6 o'clock a. in., to 8 p. m.. and will leave the Lake End every hour from 7 a. m. to 9 . m. Special trains will connect with steamer a.mella on her arrival. oC2 1W C. C. LEWIS. Secretary. Notice-New Orleans, Sept. 22, 1877 New Orleans Credit Fonelor Aassoeiation-Offlce No. 46 Decatur street-The Stockholders of this Association are requested to call at its office on MONDAY. trctober 8, 1877, from 9 o'clock P. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., to vote for the election of Directors for the ensuing year. By order of the President. G. H. NORMAN, Secretary. se23 td Delinquent Taxuayers-cltizens' Savings Bank. Grunewald Hall, 22 Baronne street New Orleans. July 5, 1877-This SAVINGS BANK will advance to Laborers, Mechanics, Clerks, eto., the money necessary to pay their taxes under Act 96 of 1877, and repayment may be made to the Bank in weekly or monthly in stallments. M. BENNER. jye t OCashier. BANK NOTICES. Hlibernla National Bank-New Orleans Otoher 6, 1877-At the meeting of the Directors this day. Oco. It. Preston, Esq., was unanimous ly eleced P'resident of this bank. oc7 1w JOHN G. DI.VEREUX. Cashier. New Orleans Canal and Banking Com pgny, New Orleans. October 3, 1877-At a special mneetitg of the Beard of Directors. held this day. J. C. dMORtIS. lisq, was unanimously elected President of this Bank. oc4 1W CH. JUMONVILLE. Cashier. MILITARY NOTICES. Attention Company D, First Infantry. The officers and members of this company are hereby ordered to attend the regular meeting of this company which takes Ilace MONDAY EVENING, October 8 at 754 o'clock, at company headquarters, No. 46 Magazino streeti np stairs. By order of WM. B. STANSBB tY, Captain. K. S. PLOssMAN. Orderly Sergeant. oc7 it rFO RENT. FOR RENT-THAT DESIRABLE OFFICE, on second floor of No. 46 Union street, for merly occupied by Messrs. Aikens & Watt, with sfflie furniture.vault and gas fixtures complete. Ayply to A. LEVI, No. 34 Perdido street. oc7 lm FOR RENT. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD handsome, well furnished apartments in that most eligibly situated residence, No. 22 Rampart street, between Canal and Common streets. oet lm FOR RENT-THE TWO VERY DESIRABLE Two-story Residences, wi hi gas fixtures complete, corner Philip and Magazine streets, Fourth District. Apply to A. LEVI, No. 34 Per dido street. oc7 im ri10 RENT LOW-THAT VERY DESIRABLE two-story dwelling 26s Dumaine street, be tween Robertson and Claiborne. Contains dourule parlor (marble mantels), dining-room, pantry, eilht bed-rooms. bath and store-room, kitchen, cistern, waterworks gas. etc. Also that comfortable dwelling 169 Bayou Rloid. next to the corner of Rampart street. Contains all necessary conveniences for a small respectable family. Both lots tpaclous. high and well paved, neighborhoods res.,setable, various car lines. Apply to F. LE BESQUE, 975 Exchange Alley, next to Conti street. oc7 st* LIOR RENT-THE BUILDING NO. 47 CAMP street lately occupied by the HiberniaBank, suitable feor banking-t ouse or astore. Prefer to lease it altogether. Inquire at the lawoffico. 40 Uamp street. oc6 3t* r3O0 RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. THREE unuiurnishd rooms, with our witlout board. Apply at 165 Second street, near Magazine. oc6 3t R OOMS TO RENT-FURNIsHED OR UN lurnished-in asmall tamily where there are no children, in a pleasant location, between two lines of cars. 1e6 Fellcity street, near Annu n elation. oc5 Lw kFOR RENT-A FEW FINELY FURNISHED m' rue ms near Canal street. Apply at the Democrat ofilLe. oc2 tf FOIR RENT OR SALE-A SAW MILL, ONE mile from Itilnxi. Terms liberal. Address JACOB ELMER, Biloxi, Miss. se25 Im FlIO RENT-A VEIRY DESIRABLE RIAISED Scottage, on four lots of ground, cultiv,,ted in flowers and shrutibery situated (n corner of biuth and Cli-eum streets. This house has every convenience, being in an attractive neigh borhood, and only one square from the Pry tania street car,. Said cottage contains dou ble parlor, four bed rooms anrd bath room; also, finished stjie, besides dining room, kitchen china closet, pantries, etc.. in_ hasemnn. and gas and water throughout. For further par ticulars, address or call upon H, H. BAKER, Democrat office. sets tf FOR RENT-THE DESIRABLE TWO AND A half story bhi ick dweline, with all the mod ern improvements, halls. diningroom, arched parlors, airy bedrooms, bathroom, servants' rooms, large paved yard. cistern .nd wi-ll, sit uated on Prytania street, No. 211, between Josephine and St. Andrew streets. Also the adj inung houses. Nos. 20o and o07. Pos ession given on the 1st of October. For further par ticulars apply to E. CONERY, se13on tf Corner Canal and Delta streets. W ANTED-TO RENT, WITH BOARD. TWO large, airy and comfortably furnished front rooms, in second story, gallery all round, con venient to two lines of cars table always sup plied with the finest that the market affords. No one need apply unless well recommended. Address X. X. X.. Democrat office. jy7 tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE-A NO. 1 YOUNG HORSE. large, stylish. kind and gen ie. suitable for a doctor's buggy. family barouche or grocer's wagon. Apply to MORRIS McGRAW, oc7 st Cor. Gravier aund Thoupitoulas sts. FO R SALE--AN ELEGANT AND COM - plete set of furniture, desks and fixtures, suitable for a banking or counting-house. Ap ply to HIBERNIA NATIONAL BANK. oc3 tf FOR SALE-AN UPRIGHT PIANO, NEARLY new; will be sold cheap. Apply at 224 Eighth street. se7 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. LARGE AND HANDSOIMELY FURNISHED apartments in one of the most elegant private residences; of the city. Convenient to Canal street and business localities. Unexceptionable references exchanged. Booms with private table, if desired. Fami lies seeking a desirable location, can address Box s01o. or inquire at the office of the Demo crat. se21 BOARDING. SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING--COMFORT ably tarnished front rooms can be obtained, with or without board, by the day, week or month, by applying at the elegant private resi dence No. 146 Carondelet street. Parties in search of home comforts will find this a rare opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to the house. Refereneos exchanged. ie2s tf COPARTNERSHIPS. MR. CýARB PHILIPPI BECOMES A PART ner from this date; the style of the firm will henceforth be T A. WOOLLEY & CO. T A. WOOLLEY. New Odewas.October .19. 003 oes 1w SITUATIONS WANTE.--IMV AI.f Dressmakers and seamstresses. WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITUA ' tion to sew; is a first-class operator on sew ing machines. The best of reference given. Address K O. M.. this office. sea if Housekeepers. WTANTED--BY A MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW Y Lady IL situation as Housekeveper. The best of refronre. s given and required. Address Mrs. W., this office. oc7 3t Cooks. Nurses. Chambermaids, Etc., W ANTED-A WHITE WOiM ,N TO COOK. wash and iron for a small family. The best of refforenee r-equired. Address G. P. this office. oc7 tf TW ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE woman a situation as cook (only). Would prefer to go to the country. Boat of references furnished if required. Address M. G., this of flec. 0o7 at W.yANTED--A SITUATION AS COOK BY A • middle-aged white wo-,an, The best of references can no furnished if required. Ad dress A. M.. Democrat office. oc7 3t WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE Woman, a situation in a private family to Cook or to do Housework. Address E. D.. this office. oc7 at TANTED-BY A YOUNG WHITE GIRL the Washing of one or two famliles. Will do the work at a reasonable price, and can give good references as to character and capacity. Apply at 205 Calliope street, or address M M., Democrat office. oc7 :t HELP WANTED-FEMIALES. Chambermaids. Cooks, Nurses, ete. WATANTED-A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL V to nurse one child and do housework for a small f mily. One furnishing good references will receive good wages. Address S. L., Lock Box 213. oe6 at W ANTED-BY MRS. BLOCK, NO. 142 CAMP street, for the country, one Cook, one Washer and one Gardener. Has on hand a good housekeeper. aul17 tf aWlANTED--AN INDUSTRIOUS AND TIDY • woman for cooking and house work. Re ferences required. Apply at No. 55 First street, jeso tf SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. Clerks and salesmen. WATANTED-A BOY FOURTEEN YEARS old, residing with his mother (awidlow) wishes a position in some mercantile house in his city). References given. Address A. M., this office. oc7 at WANTED-BY A BOY 16 YEARS OF AGE, who resides with his mother, a situation in a business house. Good references. Address G., this office. oc7 at WAANTED-A SITUATION IN A COMMIS sion house, wine and liqluor store, or wholesale grocery, by a young man who speaks English. French, German and Spanish and knpows Book-keeping. Is willing to work for a small salary. Best of city references. Address AMK.I C1AN. 185 Decatur street. oc07 iw aW ANTED-A I'POI ION IN A DRUG STORE, • wholesale or retail. Fully competent. Best of references. Address J. P. J., care of Democrat office ocs 1w "W ANTED-EMPLOYMENT AS A DRUG , clerk, by a young man of five years' expe rience and a graduate of the Ontario College of Pharmacy. Can furnish good refere ces as to ability and character. Address drawer No. 49, Brantford postoffiee. Canada. o, elw* W"UANTED-A SITUATION IN A (WHOLE Ve sale (r retail) grocery store by a oung man who 'has had several years' experience in a country store. Willing to work for a living sal ary. Address O. K., care this office. se3otf W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD character a situation in an office or wholesale house. Is not afraid of hard work. B,:st of references furnished. Address M. H. D.. Democrat Office. sel tf WANTED-PUPILS. W ANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY GRADU ate, a position as teach r in a family, either in the city or country. Teaches English and music. Address W. W., Democrat office. oec2 1w W. ANTED-BY A TEACHER A POSITION to teach, in either a family or a school, for board for self and two children. Andress " D," this office. je4 tf MISCELLANEOUS. 50(0 MEN WANTED TO WORK ON BASS' Levee in the parish of Bast Carroll, 75 miles above Vicksburg. The work will start immediately, o07 st* P. J. TYRRELL, Contractor. y. ANTED-A SINGLE GENTLEMAN TO • take room and board ln a private family in the Fourth District, near Jackson street. Price 25 per month. Address COITON, this offle. oe6 at W ANTED-TO RENT, A 8UI ' OF ROOMS adapted for meeting rooms, in the a cond or third story of a boil lin near Canal street. A good tenant can be had by addressing Post office Box 1789. 0.'4 1w $1 50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WORK. 91* V 30 Magazine. D. LEECH, Boiree Pianist. jy5 ly WTANTED-SUGAR COOLERS, IF SOUND. Sgood order and cheap. PLANTER, Dem ocrat office. se20 tf W ANTED--BY AN ACTIVE AND EXPE rienced young man, a farm with stock and implements to work on shares, or will take charge of it for a stated salary. Best of refer ence furnished. Address FARMER, Democrat office. seo tf MRS. BLOCK-NO. 142 CA MPHTREET.I HAIl on hand the best kind of hele for city and country; has on hand one good German girl as housekeeer, aul7 tf "M m I I llM CALEB A. PARKER & LO., e1............ Union street ...............10 NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA. (GENERAL AGENTH FOIO Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louislana, Mississippi and Texas, FOR H. W. JOINs, Manufacturer of ASBESTOS MATERIALS. Asbostos Paints in white and all known tints; colors mixed ready for use, unequalled in the market for durability and beauty. A8BESTOS ROOFING, Une.qualled for durability; no retention of water on the roof; equal to Slate on that account, Asbestos Root Paint, Aebestos Fire Proof Coating, Asbestos Steama Packing, Steam Pipe and Boler Coverings. TESTIMONIALS: NEw OBLEANs. October 4. 187. Having made use of the Asbestos Paint manu factured by H. W. J3hns, of New York. and for warded to me by C A. Parker, Esq., to Union street, New Orleans. to be tested. I take pleas ure in saying I have found them to be in every respect as represented. I can confidently recommend them to builders, owners of real estate and ship captains as being much supe rior. in my opinion, to any mixed paints in this or any other country, and in fact, beyond com parison with any (lead) in this market. THOMIAS D. CAREY, Chemist and Painter, Washington and agnolia streets, New Orleans. NEw ORLEANS. April 20, 1877. Caleb A. Parker & Co.: Sirs--Having used H. W. Johns' Asbestos paints and Roofing, I consider them the beet yave ever used. Repecfull yours. Captain of Steamboat New Bart Able B rmtou-Messwn H. Dudley Colseman ACADEMY OF ItaUlC. Sunday Evening, October 7, iSW and during the week. Wednesday and Saturday MATINE.B, The world-renowned KELLY & LEON'S strels and Burlesque Opera Trou e, their Opera House, Twenty-third " New York. on their regular anual tolll with the finest artists that money wille and a repertoire of novelties unapp by any other company. The Itrg.st, most complete and refined ,TREL OR(*ANIZATJUN in the world. Seven Co'nedians and Specialty Artlets. Matehlo-s Q Ointette of Vocallsts. G Orchestra and Brass Band. Box ofmlce open from 9 a. m. until 10 p. m. tain rises at 8 o'clock. o7 a VARIETIES THEATRE. wEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1'71., Grand Entertainment to be given by CONTINENTAL GUARD', COI'PANT Kindly assisted by members of Loulsilas . Grays. Tableaux-Subject: DAYS OF 1776--unfde direction of Mr. R. J. Browne, Vocal Music, Operatic Selections. by Comes and Prof. Collignon; and Quartetai GRANDE SOIRE- DANSANTTI. Programme: Overture...... Prof P HGreulngand Orohat Tableau I BATTLE OFCAMDEN. .Deoathd Kalb. Quartette Messrs. Tracy, Raymond, Ross Bremer. Tableau II TREASON OF BENEDIOTr: NOLD. Hide them in your boot. Tableau III CAPTURE OF MAJOR ANDEBN Where are you going? Tableau IV. THE SEARCH Discovery of nold's Treason. Tableau V .THE PROFFERED BIBI- for my release. Tableau VI" THE DEATH WABB/ANT..I. ready at any moment. Solo-Air from Trovatore-Verdi--By Man Comes Accompanist, Prof Collignon. Tableau VII-WASHINGTON CBOBBING DELAWARE. Quartette-Messrs. Tracey, Raymond. Bremor. Tableau VIII-MOLL PRITCBER AT BATTLE OF MONMOUTH. To be sented bi Miss Maggie Stroudbaok. A lystcl Drill. Solo-aecene of the Jewels from Faust--G Mme H Comes. Accompanist, Prof Colli Tableau IX-CAPTURE OF TICOND BY ETHAN ALLEN, In the name o GreatJehovah and the Conti nental Tableau X-THE TOMB OF WAbSHINGI The evening's entertainment to conclude SOIRIEE DANtANTE. Committee of Arrangement.. Liout E F PERILLOUX, Chairman. Dr J M Cullen. John T Purves,. I Cathalongne, Wm H Deeves, A D Finlay, George W Cooper. Major M Quayle. Dr Ike Sobtt. Reception Committee. Mayor E. PILBBURY, Chairman. Col W T Vaudry. Col J Glynn, Jr, Col J B Vinet. Gen W J Behan. Capt R B Pleasants, Capt A E Morphy. Col W M Owen. Capt F MoIlroy, Capt E May, Capt H M Isaesea..' Dr J Dickson Bruns. Dr S Ohoppin. Major W T Cluverius, Major M Quayle, Capt R M Montgomery. Capt E Belknap, CaptJ G Fleming, T C Herndon, J T Aycock, R Wilson, T W Bothick. Judge F A Monroe, GB Finlay, J Donaldson, Col J B Walton J Wils n, A W Moffat, Dr I Scott, W Mehlo. Capt J Fitapatrlak, McKinley Gibson, Charles W Gould, Major S M Todd, Dr John H Pike, Capt. J F McGlensey, U S N Box office, under the supervisfon of Mr. S. tridge, will be open Monday, Tuesday Wealnesday. October 8, 9 and 10, for sal exchange of tickets for reserved seate. The Grand Piano used on this occasion been kindly furnished by Mr. Philip - loin. Admission, One Dollar. saO0 ofl ei F'iHE GAI.TY THEtTitE-HAR0INNU 1 near Common.--harles Montaldo, and manager. OPEN EVERY NIGST, with a first-class company. selected for individual merits from the Esteorn cities' clty theatres. Admission only 1, 6 an cents. 919 OFFICE m r. BERNARD COAL COM 29 Carondelet street, New Orleama. COAL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Steamships, Steamboats and families 715Mo&Weam W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANI, (A Bank for Small Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, ..............Ba n tne Street........... SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTEL , This Savings Bank will receive on deposit Day interest at the rate of 6 per cent per a on such small sums of money as may fro to time be offered therefor by meehanic., minors and others, thus seeurmng from robbery, accident or fraud, and a ing a means of profit on savings by the annual interest paid. By special provision of law, married and minors can d-posit money in name, and it can be drawn by themse Such deposits cannot be controlled bands parents or tutors. Apply for harter and BJ-La ., BEN NEB. Cashier. LPL. GUBEB A YPOI ` P' >Q 'i 7p `3.