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New O13es,ý L ei, 1
Watntd, ievei-al EXPETS t, IfleetiSt4.t the
', n of the Land OMfee, lleereiwee wentod
II all appu'rants. Addrees H. ¶rILMOUuLP!:.
4flff Cjontl and P'et.rF stredet, and W. it.
·· ALTAkf~b Auditor's ffloq.
WM, H, 1PI1RALTA.
hoUIB 1w Chalrmnn R4h-C'ommjttee.
.. --IN V ITA T IO N
-uTO
Maraw'. China Palace
129 CANAL STRENT,
TOUIo BUIlDINGO.
MY fiends andl customers, and those who are
abttout starting housekeeping and old HOUIE
I ~lt l8 who wish to replenish their house
.hold, are respectfully Invited to examine my
- SW lANDI IMMENSE ITOOK of the latest
' tries of
ldO1g0ATED FRENOfI CHINA.
UE3 OM~ . INGLIBH AND GElRMAN OLASS
WAnt.
Maollea. Paience, Fl.mish and Bohemann
•YA . 11, FLOWER POTS and JARDINIERE8,
T1A"tI7TTIES AND ORNAMENTS.
T $OILT AND OHAMBeR SETS.
) lQUt AND BRONZES,
h· it desigs end low prices I defy any compe
tlion and will cheerfully take goods back which
- h be PtROHAHBED (not offered) elsewhere
, cheaper.
M. L,. WAVUAS'
China Palace, 12e Canal street,
Touro Building.
Remember I have no branch store.
ot tdpD im
W ASONM I CAN O Ktlil'41 @t'OU S
1S aIA a Unioen and It and 1l Peralde
streets.
t.. it for the Celebrated "STUD'BAA
NSt, OARTI and S PRING WORK
n and sldes
er l'hlldel hia an Western Cae
, art and Drays: Timber Wheels
( rowsr qf all deai rhotlons; Spokes, Fel
lonhibst,eha et,. Wheelwright material.
O ere promptly fillld. All work warranted.
ones in
I. A N. lAMIURY,
AIctioneers and 'Commisslon Merchants,
Nts. 45 and 4 Decatur street,
New Orleans.
L.IQULAR CAfALOOUI I AUOTION MALES,
-or
-OgF
DOOTI. SHOES AND BROGANS.
IUE"UATM AlD THURnMDa
Of enah week.
Liberal cash advanean on consigntments.
t00,1 tmdd p
t llCHO L BoOK".
Havlng been awarded by the State Board of
Uduiration a majority of tih hide for furnishing
the public school of the State, atl- having ar
aaugum' nts with publsihors, we are pretaredto
furnish the following hooks at prices named.
Column No. I is lowest retail 01mie adopted;
~olumn No 2 exclhainn price for flrst Introdue
Uon, when b-,ks of sinil'ir grade in actual use
are taken in ex'hintgo:
No. 1. No. 2.
Satson's I.diend .at Speller 2. 11
,aton'e Prima, y I.I.ieir .- 11
a san's H ,d I'u li,.ir 41 21
Walson's Third It ader ... ..... :30
Watson's F uo rth lien Ir 7. - 170 aio
atson's Flith ldr.... .....$1 ni r,4
,ton'aH 81 It- lln lr - ......li 20 00
tl's Phllilosophy,. Astronomny,
ea,.h....... .......... ..12o 07
Iteele's Chemlse ry, O -ology, ,ach 1 2 07
te.~el s Zloorly............. I . 0 1
Private s-h,,ole will be allowed same prices as
Pbatrle schools.
Other lists will be pulli.hod hereafter.
LIBERAL DIHOOUNT TO THE TRADE
J. C. ETRIOH,
300OKS# LLER AND STATIONER,
I. ............. 'anal .treet. ..........1d0
NEW ORLEANS.
stS--lmadp
REOPENINO-
heo unders'e ned hbas to inform his friouds
ad the public that tI h
RESTAUIRANT
attached to his Conretiniry on ('anatl street.
S\e1norner * 'arod lo,. having beon relhted, will re
ýopen on TUTE:D Y. t he lth in-t.
As heretofore h will eoxocut' orders for Balls.
Marriages. Lo revs and Rlteoptions, with the
oe.t our markut sffer dt.
N. KUNTZ, corner ('stal
octno in and Carondelet st reets.
$500 REWARI.
STATI OF LOUISIANA.
Exoeutive Department.
Wheretu-s infornmation hast been received at the
_--. etoutive Department of this State that thlie
sugar-houses of Mos.rs. . RILLAN, THEO.
.~FATEand IlOUIN OREVEMBE11t. in the par
Ish of St. Mary, and that of Dr. BUSSEY, in
the parish of Iberia. were. on the nsth ultimo.
aet on fire, and whereas this net of ineon
.diarttm demands that the petletrntor or per.
Dp trators thereof be brought, to justice and
dealt with according to law.
Now, therefore. 1. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS,
Governor of the State of Louisana, have
thouiht proper to Iwsui this my pro, lamation.
eallinag noupon the good piople f IhlIn lute to
a give thir aid and acisttaaco ii arresting end
-Dbringing to justice the paertlRtator or per je
trators of said crime, in orier that they may
abide their trial before thecotuts of tie coun
try and by virtue of the authority in mte vested
by the laws of this eftate. I herbyhb ofl'r a re
yard of FIVE HUNDI(ED DOLLARS for the
arrest of tho supposed Inc ndi ry or incen
diaries, and the furnishing' f such eoidene aw
will secure the proof and cony otion th,,rtof.
In testimony whereof I have h-reun o affixed
a, silgnature and caused the seal of the 8tate of
Louisiana to be hercumato a taoh.d. at the cl y of
New Orleans. this second day of October. In tl e
e-ir of otr Lord one thousand eight huudred
a nd etevenr-seven and of the one hun'red and
esar of the independence of the United
- FtANCIB T hNlIBOLII.
Governor of the State of Louisdas,
Y l : 4
I aHn rt.tra'd to execute, in the entedt
styles, all kinde of
WIRE .PITGNS
- A1n-
VFor Windows and Doers, at prices that
IrEPT (OMPITTI'IolN.
Heretofre all ordera for Wire Frames have
heen ant North at na relt expense for freight.
rlt. My HIGN8 ire
* MORIIE DUR.BIIE AAND CHEAPER
than those ,onstrulted at thoNorth. All ordertr
prom ptly attended to,
U. A. 8HEILIN,
owlt, tf Ok MAQAAMINtK MT.
Bl MOVAL.
(rU1MMINGO & eLM.tt have this day re
} movnet tlr store from Ng. .o Meilne to
No. !Rt P tdrat Ptre.,t where they will contlnue
the Western Produce Business as heretolore.
oet4 1w
PlN IWURIINTIJUE,
IUPROLSThgUY ANID PAPEIR [email protected]
The finest assortment of
PARLOR, BE3DIIOOM, DINING-ROOM AND
iIALL FURNITURE
over offered in New Orleans will be foIttimd at
No. 49 Roeal Utreet,
with a gTneral slto'k of Furniture toverti ng
andti urtain Matirlals, I BSatins. French M,
wuettes, Brotatatile. Cluteltaes Tateatriles
Imps and (Iretonnes. with uittahble trimmhings
aimes, onord and tassels. A flnt selected sto.k
of Bobbinet atl Nottlingham (ialusene, with rlnh
eartli nes, Ilt Doles and rings, eurtain pins, etc.
Window itha los in every variety. Iarget Mantle,
and 'lPer G(lasses, wtBh best French plates.
Statuary In Newest styl*s. Paper Hangings
in newevtf stylpe. from , ellings antd Innf y ide',,
rations to lth I oweW pihle id tp +er. Tthose wslh
Ina to furnish will flol it to their advantage to
call and e.amlin before byving..
H,. N. 8IEUI'ECIIT.
oot ltn 2p 4t t Ii ' _yn' t ret..
RETAIL PRICE LIST OF TEX C BrOoKS
-ADOPTED BY
SlTAT IMOAMD OF IDUICATION
FOR URE IN THI
PUBLIU CtlHOOLt4 OF LOUISIANA.
As ncevpted by contract with lowest bidders:
FolR VM1 It ALL 1UlttRADED EISLMRNTARYT MiOOlS
uQff$ r's fE'lVoti( Htolle .i.r ... .. . 15
lGuff y's First. l r ........ 1
Se(ulffey' .ond itoader ............. 30
oGuffey' Tlhlrd (ea1der .. . 4
OeQufTfey's Fourth Reader ...
FOR UIVA IN WELL 8IADED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLL.
Itind 1en oat8poiling i k .........
I ndepenod nt First lt idorr ........ ..... 20
ndepondent Becond HReder ....... 4o
ndtondtent Third teader . . - 5
tiependont Fourth le er ... . 7
S n pete oennt Fifth ltader .$1 (M
Independont sixth Reader.... I 20
Willlon's Larger pellr. .. . . . :to
Wore-ster's Primary Dietionary ..
butlesr' Introductory Grammar. . .. 20
Illutier' PraCtiel (ranIunar . ... . 0O
Swiuton'A ComJ)oiltion. ... 4
SHa'a Cmposltilon anl 1ihotoric I 125
(,ark s aRsy iLeasuns in Lannaguao ..... 0
auty' v I'h nIy.(t o(.grnlihy h.............. 1 ie0
Ittury's W orhl W ILivo Il ................ I 00
Mit1'hrll' First Leosons in Oogrphy... 4
Mitelli's New Vrimary Oeographv . . ... 75
Mitehel's New Intermodlatte .ogaraphy 1 55
C(ornell ' Piysal Geography............. 1 a
Ulnmitry's b istory and -uoography o fLou Is
lana ................................... .. 75
Swinton' Prinmary Hittory ............. 0o
.Honmo' Un 1a esi ' History ....... ..... 1 20
Iob n's Tabl Book................ 15
Robinson's Progresslve Primary Arithme
motici. ............... .... .. 3
lobilnso)ll'n Pirogres.i Itlditmuntllst Aritl
me.llo . ............. ... . 40
Rolins.,n's 'Progressivn Prilt.lnil Aritllme
oth' ......................... .. 74
Rolti son'M Progronssiv Iitgher Arithminet io I1 l
Ronhinson's N1ew Elementary Algebra ... 1 20
Venable's Elements of tqomonl try. 1.- i dn
SJiPeerian Sys' Iot of Penmanship .... 10
3More'H IIlCIl.ts of0 Ionel,..... ..... .
Martinda'to' First LssonsM in hatural Ph'I
l oso h hy ....... ....... ............. .. 5
Steel's Fotiurteen Works in Slonoes. Ptatot 1 20
C(tttlr's First, Book int Auotomyy o'... . sI
Carter's El men'o of 0( noral History.. 1
Willson' Fifth adr .. ........ I
thcthart's ,iterary Rldder..... ..........
.arctullt &t MaiLv Etymological leader .....I a:
Wor!estr. ' ' m' r hI ' nsivo DI)tciinllary.... 75
Whit.n'y' Esolntils tof I ngllih $ rntnmar on
Jolhsoni & B3rown'+ English litrattrtro . I 20
notldfori Hig' or Arithmetin . ........... 1 2'
Wmtli' M s Model EtymoIlog, v ................ 5R
ndirs' ) tn' ot Istr o)al or.......... 1 ro
PeI"kanm'u Eluluintlary Chomistry........
ff' lk-keeping..... ...... ........ 1
Barthololrnw's Drawing hlooks, lo.0numbrs 1 Mo
For Sale at Annexed Priers by the Follow
itea Dealers:
G(EO. ELLIt. No. 7 Decatur at root,
GEO. ELLIS & BRO., s2 C:mp strtMoot.
W. E. EEBiIOLD, 106 Canal.
HEBERT & C.),, RI) Chartres.
P. F. OOGARTY, 151 Camto Astroot.
Madame LTELIEVRE, 174 Royal.
LAFARGUE & ItBIEIRIE. 167 Itoyal.
Mrs. N. IU(tQG. 190 Orloans.
JAH. KIItI(PATRICK, 010 Magnazin.
F. P. HANHELL
HENIRY C. ANDREW4, 1150 Maganrln.
FItANK M. NORMAN, 551 Magazino.
A. A JI)HNE. 160 Dryades street.
W. Ht. MUIR. Pmntehart ain Railroad Depot.
H. MU'Crt & 8ON. 43 Washington street.
D. LEECH.: 300 Magazitn str-et.
Andilooksollols generally throughout the city.
IN QUANTITY TO THE TRADE,
At Liberal Discount, by
Seymour & Stevens,
Wholesale Booksellers and Statloners,
No. 96 COMMON NTREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Agents of supply for tho following publishers:
D. APPLETON & CO.
VAN ANT WERP, BRAGG & CO.
IVISON, BLAKE WAN, TAYLOR & CO.
J. H. BUTLER & CO.
ELDRIDOE & BRO.
SHELDON A. CO.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & (10.
JOHN P. MOIRT,ºN & CO.
UNIVERSITY PUBLI-SHING COMPANY.
025 I m
Establsab 1860. P.O. Box 207,
WHIITE'S GINNERY,
Office 96 Union, near Carondelet street
TO COTTOw FACTOiRS AND PLANTERS
fINNlNH TERM '--HE NEED.
BAGGING. TIES, TWINE and DATYAGE
furnished FREE since 1875
Parties wishina to know the average yield of
Cotton ginned at "WHLTE'B OINNERY" last
season will ilease send to the undersigned for
D. PRIEUIR WHLTE.
I3TVIMOVAL
--OF-
B. & W. CRONER
-TO
111 CANAL STR EET,
Corner of Bourbon.
Having rented the elegant and commodlous
Store formerly occupied by Messrs. Levols &
(o., and latet by Messrs, MoGibbon & Co.. we
havefitted it up in the most ounvenient and
comfortable style.
The old stock having all been disposed of
during the summer, we will offer an
ENTIRE NEW AND 1ELECT STOCK
of the most fashionable
DIRY GOODS,
At rates which
DEFY COMPETITION.
([ur Stock Is Complete In Every Depart.
meat.
We. would wall also osped'lal attention to our
(IARPET IE,WPARTM ENT.
The patterns of
Brussels, Three-Ply and Ingrains
are very elegan
WINDOW SHADES AND CURTAINS
are all of the
NEWKEr AND LATE'T DESIGNS.
annrl of this years mportation.
amttllns, Floor Oil Cloths, Csrnlres, Etc.,
to which we would call special attention.
R: V) in ri1l,
ruE NEW OKLlEAN4 IAUIFIC RAIL
WAY IOMPANY
Have removed their office to the commodious
ground floor of the building No. 1I0 Common
street, formerly occupied by the New Orleans
Gaslight Com pan y.
In maimn this announcement they desire to
exptess their thanks to those of their fellow
eitirens who have thus far extended their aid
to this great enterprian, while again apd aling
to the entire community to promptly cemie for'
ward and subscrthe in aI'ordanc. with their
means, in order to o aloe the directory to pnsh
with renew'dl vigor ttie work already so far ac
oomtplished to completion,
Every facllity will be given, on application at
the ',oie, to impart the information requllred to
conlvin It every one that the succnss of the road
is assured as soon as the sum of $;75.000 is
reached. ,either in subscriptions to the first
mortgage bonds or to the stock of the company.
in ord, r to planc thei securities within roach
of all clts.es of olr people, the company have
Issued scrip iimllited in amounftt to $500.00, l.ld
mnldn reel able eith r for stock when t resented.
in asms of $t. or for frnight or tasago on
,mpleltion of the road. This scrip Is divided
into notes of $50, 0c,. $10 and sn, transferable by
rtearr, thus enabling all to aid this immeasur
ably important work, the success of which will
bulrgcly ro lound to the lnt,,rests of every man,
woman and ch11il In this city,
With regard to the flr-t mortgage bonds, no
one can doubt their being a first class invest
ment, apart from 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 companioes of the second mortgage
per cent bonds of tihe company, when suoh ar
issue was contemplated.
To show the confidence felt by these lnstitu
tions in the proposed road, their officers recom
mend the second mortgage bonds of the New
Orleans Pacifie Railway Coropany as a "first
clnss 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
cent security of the Htato 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
ordr when th's seomlngly small sum shall
have been provided for. and further, that in
st'al of second mortgage, first mortgage 6 per
cent hlonds are substitut.-d, can any citizen, who
really desires the prosperity of this city, which
has been so long retardoed by the simple want of
proper comimunication with the almost Inex
hanstubl o resours of Texas, Arkansas and
Northern Louisiana fall to respond promptly to
this appeal ?
E. I, WHEELOCK,
President New Orleans Pa ific Railway Com
pany. s018 im 2dp
REINERTH & MONTARDIER,
Having purchased the STOCK and GOOD
WILL of
'Arcy's Well Known and Famous Old
HA'T roI' ,
corner of Canal and Cha tre4 streets, wish to
hereby inform their many friends and the pub
lic in general that. from and after the 27th inst.,
they will eres nt to them the most elegant and
fashionable styles in HATS, CAPs. eto., which
were ever offered in this or any other city in
,he United States. Their p ices will be as
modera o and reasona le as those of any other
establishment in this city. se28 im
A CARD.
MR. JAMES BICKETT.,
For many y ars connected with
D'Arcy's Well Knewn Hat Stere,
Corner of Canal and Chartres streets, will be
found on and after the rith la.tant at the same
place under the proprletor-hi of Mesrs.
EINERBTH d MONTABDIE) we.wr he will
bb haippr to deelus. t lo'i i 98 ble4 M a m idas
ISW& WPw A..
looe tt r ee n p! a ot le ai tt th e B lot oi' the Itrt -
pose ! r ttIa nit same tn tF el trans
ILLA HUOH. 4Will, f.r the present. delay iher
tripls, the risumptlon of same to cominen' a s
soon as transporto.r, se.al BemlW h .jorssible,
1p '10, jnj1jjc-'C N u t von.
tern-T'Phi steamer JOHN H. HANNA will nt
[t iny bill wilhout the wtiLttn order of J. P.
meYthv, master, or L. P. Delahouesaye, (eI'rk,
attehetd.
ool Iw JAMEB P. MoELi1dOY.
leicir-itiewr Orileanl (rets Iuctenyr' A
sorlAti',n --i 'fice tO Doles ur si eet, N-w Orleann,
O(the'tr t, 18777-ubsrtibers to the eapitel Asto(.
of tuls n~so.Mation are hereby notlit (1 th t the
first monthly installmel,t ' T`en petr Gentt shall
be due, payable at the office of the assoolation,
on the ith bf October, 1I7,
ivy order of the Hoa pi of ill r .tors.
(.12 tin 0. H. NORiMAN tlsecretary,
New o liienifredif Ponelir Anneeiis
tion oJtll No. 40 DrI atur street- At an election
ielrl Montday, October s, 1871, the f"llowina
natned gentleman were chosen dirnet,,rs of this
assoLtato for the ensulng 'ar. to wit:
JM. .TS AVAA8 ,,rDBERt I IOUIERTH.
L. IAl(tf UE L. MuILLO
JO(I. NOEL. A 8AULET
OtUBT. PI1TAIW, F. T. iIN' Nbr.z
And at a meeting of the hoard of Directore,
hes O dher 10, 1877, Mr. A. Baulet, president,
anda(. it. Norman, secretary, were unanimuus
ly re-elected for the ensulnn year.
clct Im 0, H. NORMAN, rt'retaryt,
Army of Northern +ritidnia, Leuat idat.
Division. l'enevolent Aasolsutlon. - iRetgnlr
mopthly meeting SAT URAY, October 15, I577
at 'I'tonita Hall, corner Exchange Alley and
Oustonthotuse treet, at half-L . t 7 o'etock ,, m.
Mesrl.bt' will come prepared to account, for
picture tickets.
fly order of the President.
W, 1. KLEINPETE4,
Ce1l at Recording 8ceretary.
opclaf Uot ie to i Hfi liver Ml per.
Owin t to the non-arrival of the BONNIE LEBN
the W. J. BEFIAN left yesterday, the Inth el, t
taking all freight received for the BONNIE
LEE. Please arrange lnsurance atttcordingly.
JOH. A. AIKEN.
ontl t _ 111 Gravler street.
--OffUr s ' us . Icllee J- ry, rarii h mfT Jef
fersan, righ' bank, October Io, 1077-Holders of
lond of of the parish of Jeffeisn, right bark
are hereby notified that the INTFIIEtIP
(IOU ON$ dui October. leth inst.. will be paid
on and after that date, on presentation to the
undetrsigonl. at his office at the oU t-hllotse
Harvey's canal. OfMfee hours on Mond tys,
Wedne-days andr Fridays. froIn 10 o'clock a. m.,
to a p. m. JAMES BIERTH UDI,
o(itt tll"5 Treasurer,
ofeice i~ew Orlean and CarroteLIten lail.
road Ut(Jopany, Now Orleans Ot'tober 8, 1577.
At a sprtoil meetlng of the .o ard of Directors
hetl ti.s day, a tlvidentl of TWO AND A HALF
PElR (ENT was deIla ed out, of ti o earnings of
the pa.' three months. Dayableto the stttokholti
ers of this , ,in an?, or their legal representa
tives. on and after NOATUI iDAY. the 2il itst.
nca ttd WALTERt V, CHiOUOfi , t Hretary.
Delnquent * ana er-. a-- lSeuse' Patllage
Ba+,k, Orunewald Hall, 2 Baronuestreet. Nlqw
Orleans, July 5, J717-This $AVINIA PAN
will advance to Laborers, Mechanic, Clerks.
etc, the money necessary to pay their taxes
under Act so of 1817, and repayment may be
made to the Bank In weekly 'r aonthly in
etallments. &. B*.NNER.
jy0 tf Onahler.
DANK NOTICES.
Hllfernla Mational Hnkt--New Orteans,
0 ttber s, 1077--At the meeting of the *,ireetoln
thlis dtty, Coo. It. I'rston, Esq., was unanimous
ly elettesl President of this htnk
oc7 1w JOHN 0. DEVEIREUX Cashbler.
MILITARY NOTICES.
Attention, Company I), Firt Infantry -
The offr.'t'rs anl umembers of this cotopany are
hserby ord-tred to attend the regular ,. o tEgn
whblot tak's p '0 T''HIH (IRaturday) EVENING
at half-rst 7 o 'lO('k., at companyl heiadturters,
No. 4r Magainoe s~treet, ut statrs.
By oruer of
WM. B. STANSBURY. Captain.
R. S. BostMA. O, drly tArgeant. oc1
FUl RElNT.
L$IRH RENT - TOlRE AND DWEI,LINQ,
, with aounter and shelves all newly retaired,
treat the 4, cond Htreet Ma. ket. Inquire at 10u
Euterpe rtl at. o01t at
tjIOt RIENT- l'.E F itHT CLA 8 -R- -
J dene, !r o. 1hl0 Jackson treet. coat inin.a
ttr-hod tparlors, library, d ninglo n., p atry.
kltch-rn tronlngroom, ait"Jonsl hall. nine bed
roomn, bht.hrooml gas and flaturos sitlo garden.
large yard., WO, ( aid wash-loun-. and so nl
vaent' roomtr. IR|nt, very low. Fo. f'arthtr ptr
tit"entr aptly to JAH. M. PUT'AM, No. tt C,;
ronrldlet tt rent, or to W. IP. FItERItL', N, 8 (tmu
imnorl't P in.'t. oolt31w
F,1tl RENt'-t. oK HoiM IN A'll...iit:
' Coastt Line offtTl', co. nor St. Charles and
Common sot, to, under Hr. Uhaoles Hotel. In
anlkra. aLoffile. €twi 3at
SOr R -EN I - RHisE, (cOMiOiFA BLE-itl)
Srooms in a stel.,tilv piatre famit. i'ttrior
and privalt -ttble glven, If preorred. N,. hil
Idron in t he hol.. or oth ,r Itortlrers. Lora lon
Piroatlln and c.rnvn.ient. Address D. Dm.) -
tralt offlo. oll tIf
A 1lECFAN(E.-FO!1 RENT--A VAIUA
- ILE VE(EFABLE GAIREN, now s,. in
winter r n'tlhtll gos'. anIIIflowI'rs, onions, JItllt,- ,
tllrnilp, are1. ''This p, n(' hI< 1 up rior advan
tin.si iin tnrk, ]ng th.r pr ducit of thogarden.
1Itlllt i 'attbgll , it000 n.atIf iwors eIon tI' grown
from' thi presaot sot'k of Iants, hatlf an tre
of onions, turnips, etc.
Dwollirng hot-s , ah n, impilenmnts team.
l'ha pltie will hro *ent ed on shares to ti ro
pipouibiett personi with sufilitent ctapital to com
ply with tht tntm of the propriotor.
A pply.to II., t this offih'e.
New Ori.tan, October 10, 1877. otel
I. t IRENT-FOIE THE F IRST OF DIEEM
0 her, the.ua.. Avet property, with gar di... at
ta'lt.ed, c(oro, of Etlanade and il ampart
gt.rteets. Atply to G. M. LETELLIERI, No. 17
lioya st t.Rt. o0 9 10ft
'OR RENT--'I HAT Di HItRABILE OFFICE,
oIn a.ons'ontd floor of No. 46 Union -treet-, for
merly o-,putind by Mos-rs. ilk- no & Watt, with
affl.on tlrnit.ulrevtaul and g- flxturis 'o nlpleto.
Ayply ti- A. L.lV I, No. a l'erdido a reoot.
ou7 1 n
OR t R 1N'r. WI I' 016 WITHOfUT BO3RD
handsome, well furn.lhed. aprtments in
that most oligibly slltated rrshidono. No. 2
Raml.lart stroot, between Cabal and Commnton
streetst. 001 1m
OR R-EN'T-TH I TWO VERY DEHIRABLE
Two-story kestdeuner., wi h ga tilxt)ur,".
comptl,'t. corn 'r Philip and Mabiaziueo streets,
Forth Distriot. Apply to A. LEVI, No. 34 Per
dtio str-nt. gqT Im
IORt RENT--A FEW FINELY FURNISHED
L r, me near Canal street. Apply at the
Demoncrat ofll e. oc2 tf
-101t RENT OR SALE-ASAW MILL. ONE
1 mile from Ililoxi. Terms liberal. Addrea.e
JACOB ELMEI.R Blloxi, Miti. s126 tim
riO RIENT-A VERY DEHIRABLE 1hAIMED
Scottluo, on tour lots of grounld, cultivate.
In fltwors anti shruibory situated on corner of
Ninth and Coliseum streets. This house has
every ,,nvnlience, being in an attractive neigh
btrhood, arnd only one squiar from the Pry
tanlt stroeet ears. Said cotta go contains dou
bi.' parlor, four hoed rooms and bath room; also,
finished stle, besitdes dining room, kitchen
china closet, Dantries. otc.. in basement, and
gas and w tr throughout. For furtherpar
tiouiars, address or call upon H. H. BAKER,
'Domo'rat otffio. .18t tif
L'Oit RENT-THi IDEMIRtBLE t WO AND A
- half story bh Ick dwellnv, with all the mod
ern inprovelewns, halls, diningroom, arched
parlors, airy bedrooms, bathroom. servants'
rooms, large pav-ted yard. clst- rn nd w. II. slt
oattd on Prytania str eet. No. 2 1, between
Josephiln ant I t. Andrew streets. Also the
adj intng h,useos. Nos. 209 and :07. Pos ession
given on the 1it of October. For further par
ticulars apply to E. CONEItY,
te13 tf Corn"r "anal and it) ia streets.
LOST-FOUND.
OST -A PA R Os' PULPIT HPECTA' LE
( .tld) The finder will Ibe sutably reward
ed by leavlng them at the Democ, at o~ -e.
o012 tU
sal. IanLuhss. U. LsAsLLur .
z. L. Cauh.za. Onua. J. OArt.. sm
A. (;ARRIERE & )INN,
COMMISSION MERClIIANT'
(orner Royal sad (1atosmhoue.
Uiberal Advances made on Oon lgameaut t
our friends itto
WILDO,. L1Y3OER Lt.
m · ui~ ~prr~
' SWPAmIW. WhWWWBDinMAIg.
P (tr 's ooI w e A
gW[/ANTlE -f.UfA A 10140 LADY, A fIAt
y ont as_ eonviet or saleslad, _ Addr _ .
F . Demtros* omon, oe lfa
Utevernessee, mJIdIpealmOh, ite.
WANTED-A LAIY, NATIVE OF NEW
SOrleans. who has Ieen oonneted for sanve
r4i years with the leading school' North, is dn
sirous of obtaining an enagAemPnt ether in
the ity or ~ountry. Teit.ohees ren h. English,
vooI sand instrumnntal mrsin. Th b hteast
r at eBgivn. 'lease a.ires, oars of this
offln. MMDT. M. E M.les sdlw ,,.e~~, lfw
Brtlemaa. ead laln resases.lerah
WANTED--BT A YOUNG LADY, A BITUA
tin to s',w l1 a flrsta-glass operator on sew
imw nn 11 The bh t of reierenos give.
r K .M..soieff. ps fr
lainmekeepers.
WANTPD-BY A MIDDLE-AGED LADY,
a situation as hou keeper InII a l.rgio
btiarding-house, or would fattendr to children
Land assislt in sowing. Can give good references
If required. Addro.e., J,, Demoorat offOe.
o'1. at
MWANTED--A FAMILY oF TWO PElSONg
n wih two chidront (ages I and i) want a
middl-aqe,/l wotnan to de everything e~et
wash and iron. Must sleep in the house. Apl
at 41 lr. (harles street., o18 it
(toekie. NUree. lhambermaiiS, it...
W ANTED--A GIIL DEA$1B1P A RITUA.
ttin. 15 nomnete-t to do housework and
sewing. Address MARY, this offis., noelS t
WtANTED-HY A YOUNG GIRL. A irTIUA
tV iton to do sewing and light housework.,
A ddress M. s l., D mocrat ofelno. 0ol1 :it
W ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-4G(PD WHITI'E
Woman, a situation to nrse and sielet in
hounsework. Addressa O. H, this office. 0o18 at
W ANTED--BY A REI'ECTABILE YOUNG
girl a situ ation to do honsework or eook
ing. (est of refernce. given. Atgply at No. its;
Galentle street. ot012 :t
W ANTED-BY TWO YOUNG GItBt ITU
a tlon as nurse or to do hotIii wors . Van
both give good rferences. Address M. C. and
K. (., Democrnt offlee. ot?2 St
WtANTED-A rnTUATION AH A WASHFR
Sand troner by a goodtl. t.laiy woman. Ap
ply tt as Thaiia ft root, between Annuncintion
and At. Thomasestreets. o0012 i,
W ANTED-BY A MIDDLP-AGED WOMAN.
a siltu ,tion as cook. Address iM. B.. Dm
ocrat offile. oetl st,
W ANTED-A H[iTUATiON BY A YOUNG
white women o da housework or nurse.
Addr_.ss . K., tis 11 offie. .... ol. t
VANTTED-A HITUATIo(N BY A YOUNG
white woman to nurse anl sew. Address
C. M., thllis tf'io., ocll It
ANTED-IBY A RERPECTABLE YOUNGI
W girl,, a situatlion to dq)h IuseworA and
nursng, Appply to N. T. at 1e; Calliope a reet.
o0.11 It.
W. ANTED--BY 4 YOUNG 0IlL,, 16 YERBI
Sold. a siluation, to, dodining-room anl
housework, OHn give go d refelren'n. Ad
dress L. W. A., Domocrat oflfc. o,.i It
W ANTED--BY A IEPE.CTABLE WFHITTE
woman a situalltiton to cook. w s' and iron.
or wesh and ir,,n, for a small ramllv. C'an give
good referene.s if rettulred. Address M. L. co,
10 I'hersa ftredt.- _ .__ _ at
WANTED--BY A IEPMPECTAHitPFMIDDLE
aged white vo maol, a sittluation to c(,nk
rand do pain washing. Apply to B. W., tIn Cal
ltopel ._fret. . .i tr, t
BUIP WANTTD-- EMALLe.
C(·hambermals, Onks, Nur.es, ete.
f ANTE ,--A YOUNG WHIt E .RliL.ABOUT
I1 years of age, fo nurse a baby. Apply at
289 Johnson ll'ar Kr orn. *street. 0015 2.'
W ANTED-BY MES. BLOc)K, NO.1t4 OAMP
V streot, for the o-unty, one O ok, one
Washer and one Gardener. Has on hand a
good honsekeeper, au17 tf
8ITU~ATIT4S WANTRE-NALlE.
Clerks and malessna.
-W ANTED-BY A COMPETENT FUNINESS
i man, a situation as hookk eper. eletik,
saelesrnn, collector. shl Ippin or steamboat
(!lerk, or emol ymvnt in any re)reectable occn
pation by which h " can etrn a livi, salary.
1iod ruferences. Address TAIrLETON. Demo
erat offce .t os at
W ANTED-A 1ITU TION BY AN INDUB
v trious man as bookkeeper, clerk, pri ate
watchnmah or e tton ginner. DBest reference.s.
Address F. CA ltk Eli No. ts Exchange Alloy.
ocl : ; _t
A YOU'N MAN WANT - A SITUATION TO
go in the country to work ci her on the
farm or a erk in a -tore. An i t rview in re
ipeofull y solhicttod from any farmer wanting
any help. Hest of reference given. Addlress
W. H, C., thils offie., ,ii' at
WANTED--A HITUATION IN A OUMMLri
aRon housen, wine and lMtior store or
who salo groiory, by a younrg lrial who speaks
Eng ish, Vreneh, (irRntan and Spani.-h lnil
Sn,,ws Book-keeling. Is willing to, wo k for a
s'altl salary. Bust ,f eity referenoes. Address
AMe.lIICtAN. tr, i)c Dotir Rtr t,. o i7 1W
WANTED-A SITUATION IN A IWHOLE
Val, a rrtetil) trcrery store Iy am rilinu mnaI
who ihat habl r.everal yea, a' exUerileol in a
e('Intr y storo. Willing to work for a Ilving asl
ary. Adllriss G(. K.. crIre thlr ofrfite. ase f
W ANTED-BY A YOIING M,:N uiP IGOOD
ch'lractr a RSituation in an ofince or
wholesatlm house. In nit afraid of hard work.
B.nt, of r-ferences furnished. Address M. D..
Demo.rRt Otffli. mler,tf
WANTEI--UiPILLI.
W A'TED-A (FWNTLEMAN IN IN DELICATE
hr hralth desires to spe nd trh wmnter in tero
Houth. nrrn would like oa rpositlon in It family as
tewa'hr of youlng children, in clly or country.
lIHe would consider thei coInforts of a homnre an
equlivaliert for Rsrviies. DiIBt of references
given. Address HI., Box 2545, New Or loans.
W ANTED--BY A TEACHETR A POSITION
to teach, in either a family or a school,
for board for self and two thildren. A dress
SD," this officn. Je4 tf
MISOESLLA SOUR.
W.ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN A RITUA
tior as barkeeper on a stera irirht: htias hal
expertene,; gorn reftrrern, e.. Address J. E. H..
Democrat office. o012 at
W ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN. A
situation as pr vei watehman or iprter In
a store. Can bring the best of r eomminda
tions fronr tormer employers. Address P. K.,
Demiomrat offite. oe c St
W ANTED - T,) RENT, BY A PRIVATEI
family residing In the Fourth District, a
neatly furnisherd fri,nt room. suitatil for one or
two gentlemen. Breakfast furnished if d s red.
Cars paps the door. Rferefnees exchanged.
For further particulars, address Z.. Democrat
offloe. oh Iw
50t MEV WANTED TO WOIK ON BAHS'
Levee In Ihe patrish of .nast (Carroll, 75
miles above Vicksburg. The work will start
immediately,
oc7 st.* P. J. TYRRIEIL, Contractor.
$1.50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WORKn
ln a0so Magazine. D. LEECH, Soiree
Pianist. jy vly
W ANTr D-HUOAR COOLERS IF SOUND,
good order and cheap. PLANTER, Dem
ocrat office. sea0 If
W ANTTED-BY AN ACTIVE AND EXPE
rienced young man, a farm with stook
and Implemrents to work on shares, or will take
charge of it for a stated salary Best of refer
ence furnished. Address FARMER, Democrat
offloe. sea tf
M S. BLOCK-NO. 142 CAMP STREET. HA8
on hand the best kind of held for city and
courntry; has on hand one good German girl as
housekeeper. au17 it
LOST OR STOLEN.
iT o 0 B STOLEN-ON THE EIOHrH H O
October. a Newf an,iland DO t; boly All
white, head and ca-s black: eight-en mnnths
ol I; avswerlrng to the name of "Baby." A lib
eral r, ward will he ,ven to the fin or by re
turning itto GEO. ETIE. orner of tJaron e'et
Walk and D, rbigny. Ourw Basin. t.el at*
TOR SALE.
BARGAIN CAN BEHAD O'S B\TQRDAY.
Oc'ob r 13. at Leonard & Mcsw tl's sale
sables. A stylish pair of iron gray ho -se and
No. 1 buggy, with po e and shaft, and a fin- set
of harn ss. ocl1 at
.'O , 8SALE -AN ELEGAANT AND CAO.
I plet set o furniture. diaks and fixture.
S. itabls for a L kin , or ottntlnnl -oue. Ap
i ltt H NIA ft IOgAL BANK. nerk ifd '
6c~t
uaetdy 1VerIIeI e*t1e Ib a ', i '(
and during the week, ..
Wednesday and Saturday MATI
The world-teauwned KELLY &A
strels and Butrlesqe (Opera 'TIrn
their opea Houne. woynt -thud
Nw Yor, on their regllC a'
with the finestt ar ist fthat morey w>i
aid a reprtolire of novelties nuer t
ln any o yher compny,
The Inrgmsi, mort oýý,nltonatt n relnts('
' , , OIUtA NIIA'l' ,N INithe 2fr
Sevnca to odrians and HpJocaytr A
Matnble n t uirtte hof Voeallets,
Orchestrat and Brass Hand,
Bot offiee open frm 9 a. nm. until i.t . i,
tain rises at a o'elock.
SALL LUSITANIAN PORFUOfGU 1M
NEVOLE NT Ait100IATION,
TWENTY-NINTH ANNIVEIBKA1,
The offleors and members of the abOr.w
ass.o latlon, also the Invited Suat n .
rspeetfUilly requested to meit at thtr I!
as oelatln, on Bayou ioto, b.w
and Treme ptreets, otn Ht1U AV,]
W7.7 at 11 o'olor*k a. in.. for the purt
bratlng he Twenty-ninth AnnivereaM,
I he asseol.atq will form under the
vision of I dan rshn . Pha . Neaudot
by Aids it La, 'nttin. N. To -uree, A.
Au., iba3dy, FF. t. MJartin, P. Rioi,
dloees and A. Kers ilehc hand after pai
rlnetlpnl sttnets of the eity will re n I
ball, whore a collationlwlil to prepae if
of tie day.
Dr order of (radM Mr~ars .:
W ENEI ,At (hARDEN,
Nea. 11 and 18 leurbton e .t ret,
H. WENGEI, Propwrate4w
Has Ieen newly froIooed and is now the
hall In the Somth. The artistlcal ItPremlv'
of tho hail will be opened to publio los
on SATUItDAY, the 13th Inst., at I o' 1doe i
A large number of European and A
papers alwa on( file,
Three rooms for I,adtes and Fanllide
separate entran"e.
The largest tirohestrion in the world
fromn 11 o'clock a. rn. to 12 V. m.
Philip host's Milwaukee LAGE It DM
five cents a glass. "g
BOARDING.
OAItIN-A 4TY WIBHES 1 O
party of g' ntlnmen As b ,ar.d
four rooms in suite, bathroom ..ý.n
vate parlor. Location First itstr
Nelghborhood. Address 1 0,, I)etoo
Now Orlea s. with names and refe seodl,
a vpaty of getlemen sni fais aor
can be made to take no o her boarders,
1ELEC.T PHIIVATIE BOAF1mIu
ably furnished front roome oa b
with or without board. y the da.,
month, y ap.Dlting at Athe legat I
deuce No. 14e Oarondelet street
search of home comforts will ld
opportunity A fine bath-room a
the house. eferenees exchang ,
P-URNIfSHED _ K00 1 . "
JARIGE AND HANDIOMELY :U
apartments in one of the most elegant
residences of the city. Convoneinat tO
street and business localities.
Unexceptlonable referonoe ex..an
Booms with private table, if desired,
lies seeking a desirable location, ean
Box ai10, or inquire at the office of the
crat.
OPEMIU DA.4
of meoWDAT, OCTorea Is, ISYe,,
Dime. Julie LaB.
Will have her first Orand Opentingl f
FALL FAsHIOIrs,
--n .
MILLINERY, CO nTUIEC, IT l,
-In
HIer Parlors at the "Turner
iOa CANAL sTEarW.
r_,(,l tr
JEHgbll ANt ALDERNf ,
MILK. MILK.
Pure and fresh, from the country.tob
Corner Carondelet and Osm eas
and Branch. No. .1 Canal at
the Custom HowUse, NWrth mIds.i
The only place in the city where t.
brated milk can be procured.
Pure, rich and ewe t Jersey and
calved dally on ie., via Jac.ksn in
the famous A reola Dairy Farm, 5
from the well-known Fowler's Im
Jersey and Alde' ney cattle.
Also kept on hiad. Mieal Soda yi
oral Waters, Home-made Pies and P .
se lysth. t
CITIZENs' KAVINGdS BAIT,
(A Bank for Small Savri.as
GBUNEWALD HAL .
3s........... ...ar.snm ees.........
SPEOIAL LEGIRIAT!I VEhU
This Savings Bank wos reiove oa
pay intere-t at the rate of 6 per em.i
on such small sume of money as y
to time be offered therefor by mee.
minors and others, thus se.n
from robbery, accident or fraud. e.n
tna a mrons orf proft on savings
annual interest paid.
B sla provb'ia of law.
nd minores on d" t mne I.
name, and it can be dras by t
Sueb doAnpeats annote e
a t or tL.o AT Q
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