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MILLER & DIELMANN, u, It and 14 Mouth Peters street. We doesro to call the attentlion of our nurner Seustomwre and the tublic in general to our lane and well solected stock of CAN N1) I h1S, both PtAIN and FANCY. Nine ,llfmrent kind4 f purn live-year old CALEPOIF NIA WINEM. The largest nRenrtment of FIIREWORKS in the city. We hllow a d(i ernnt on wine to iobbore. and a very lib ral diacoiunt on Itrewirks. 0n21 At, BIE YOU A LADY OR A GENTLEMAN, It yott wish to advance your Interests as well I tYour Oolrnort, BUY YOUR KIDS -AT KNZEGER'8, Oclr It n)lhi 14 Caansal street. WM, F. MELLEN, (F[ormerly of Natchez,) TTORNEY AT LAW, 140 Gratvle treet, NEW OIRLEANS, LOUIRIANA. oc.. tim* NOTICE. IlAk>t's RooM, Houn of TnprnEm.wTATntre R, Nw Orleans. (ctoitsr 2s, 177. 1 Applliations will be received up to the let of December, 1s77 1. For the position of Page. for which fifteen awe to be selected, ten white and five colored. nt Wages of $1 2A for each day's service. The ap nlleant must not be over sixteen years of nae, maIt bh of good moral character and know how to read and write. a for the position of Porter, for which nine iue to be Selected, eix white and three colored. at Wages of S1 it for each day's service. Each applicant must state in his application his age, residence and color, and, if from the city, his representative district, and accomtany tie maine with the recommendation and testi lantial of two known reputable eitlens, verify ita the age and character of the applicant, and for the position of Page, moreover, that the ap plieant can read and write. Wages will he paid cash at th. end of every week. Applications must be addressed to the undersigned sealed, and be delivered to ('apt. Pil. Flood, Sergeant-at -Arms. at the [tate-House, LOUIR BUt4H. Bpeaker House of Representatives, Louisiana. NOrlCE TO SHIPMASTEIRt . Bhipmasters or shippers desirous of having the GRIP TIE and GILMAN'S PULLER ap ipled to their cotton by any of the presses in eluded in the assoclation will plbase notify the undersigned. The charge for furnishing the Ties and Pull ers will. until the let day of January, be flfteen oelts per bale; from and after that date. until the lst day of March. the charge will be twelve and a half cent, and from and alter the first day of March ten cents per bale. We estimate the gain in stowage by the use of this Tie and Puller at 20 per cent, based upon actual tests. We have numerous assurances that cotton to which the Grip Tie is applied is delivered in Europe in better condition and 'with lees loss in weight than ever before known. JOHN B. LAFITTE & CO., Maagers Loulisiana Cotton Tie Company. 0297 ht NOTICE. fly special arrangement made with the Lon lslana Cotton Tie Company the following presses, to wit Levee Steam Cotton Press. J. C. Denis, Pr's. Atlantie Press, M. J. Zunts & Co. Canal Street Press, J. C. Van Wickle. Commerolal Press. Smith & Goldsmith. Pire Proof Press. J. P. Moore. Jaekson Press. O'Bt Ion & Co. LoutltanaPress. E. K, Bryant Liverpool Press, Stanley & Co. Orleans, Shippers' and Pelican, Bamuel Boyd & Co. Penn, Kentucky and Planters.' Herndon & Krumtbhaar. Matehes Press, L. . Levy, Jr. Viiainia Press. Lewis & Lynd. Union Press, A. P. Mason. Are prepared to tie compressed cottons with the Gilman Puller and Grip Tie on the written order of Messrs. John B. Lafltte & Co., mana gers, for an additional charge of 15 cents per bale, to be paid to and collected by Louisiana Cotton Tie Company. oc.e 2w " . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . FULTON CANNING COMPANY, Fulton, Texas. Havig ver sulerior facilities for putting up CANNED MAT. under the direction o' an ezexrianeed manager the company is NOW Siled to supply the following articles, which, being free from all chenmloals in the prepara retain all the original flavor and stand any ROAST BEEF. BEEF TONGUES. BEEF KIDNEYS, GREEN TURTLE for SOUP. TURTLE STEAK. and OX-TAIL SOUP'. in TWO and SIX POUND CANS. Located in the very heart of the cattle-raising rtion of Texas. the cattle are healthy and in neoondition when slaughtered, and the turtle ia caught fresh in the Gulf of Mexio and livered immediately to the company, are saved from all injury by transportation. Under these favorable conditions for canning and the superior manner in which their goods are put up, the company, with great confidence, ean recommend them to grocers, sea captains. planters and others requiring meats that arc equal to fresh when opened, and will stand any voyage, climate or time without injury. For further information inquire of ED. PILSBURY. Oc7 im Mak We 5t Carondelet stroot. WasblllLh 189. P. O. . x .7., WHITE'S (GINNERY, Oes 9s Union. near Carondelet street T .o eYrN FACTORS AND PLANTERS GINNING TERIS-THE SEED. SAGGING, TIES, TWINE and DRAYAGE furnished FREE since 1is6. Parties wishing to know the average yield of Cotton ginned at "WHITE'S GINNERY" last emason will please send to the undersigned for dreulars D. PRIEUR WHITE. anul0 m 2dp AI)A 1IS' IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST WILL BE ISSUED ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. Vis Directry will net t irll'e re Uie TEN YEASe JOI *=*>******* TAX WNOTM]. NOTICAI. Orrwm or TAX O roeI Parish of Orleans, Third strict. Instructions from the Auditor require the delnquoentllst for 1870 to be returned on the let of November. The taxpayers of this district will please take notice. H. B. PIROOTOR, Collector. oC24 7t 17 Esplanade street, 147.ll In74. 1876, NOTICE TO DELINQti T TAX PAYERS OFFICW STATE TAX COLLFaTOp PFIf T DItTIcT 47 Caron letetreet, New Orletans, October 19, 1971, Attention Is Invited to the provisions of Act No. 29, approved March 1, 1977: "That all penalties prescnt! accrued for the non-payment of delinquent tats and parish taxes be and the same are hereby reitted; prroidei, the said ta be pa on or before the first day of December 18l atnd ro'vided further, that nothing herein b.e ost iued so as to prevent the enforcementt by jiietors of the payment of delinquent taxet efore said date, but aymenth, when O elforced, in any case, shall be free of penalties as abOve pro E. A. BURKE, oc20 sat State Tax Collector, First District. MUNICIPAL ADVIERTISM3IMNTL. BIALIED PIaOPONIAL. DIPAnTMNsT OF FiNAi.n, CIT HALL, I New Orleans. October 2, 1877. Sealed proposals will he received at this De partment until MONDAY, October 29, 1s77, at 11 a. in., for the sale to the city of TEN WHARF IMPROVEMENT BONDS. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids J. C. DENIS, ,o.129 ti Administrator. NOTICE TO IAKEIB. MAYonALTr OP NAW Of1tAR,. City Hall, October 27, I77. The average price of fresh flour being this day seven dollars and fifty cents; in accordance with said valuation the price of bread for the weqk commencing on MONDAY, October as, 1877, will he: Sixty ounces for twenty cents. Thirty ounces for ten cents. Fifteen ounces for five cents. Bakers of bread are required to use only the best flour of the above value per barrel, and the use of damaged or inferior flour in bread offered or sale in this city is prohibited, Consumers of bread are requested to report to the nearest police station any violation of the above ordil nance. either in variation of weight or quality of material. 0-12s ED. PILSBURY. Mayor. J. It. WALKER, I). D. S., 180 ............Delord street .........180 CAREFULLY PERFORMS ALL OPERATIONS IN DENTISTRY. o024 ti CANCELLATION OF BOND. UNITID STAT0 OF A ouabA,) State of Louisiana, Executive Department. Whereas. THOMAS D. COX, former Treas errr of the Mchool Board of the parish'of As sum pt Ion, has applied tome for the cancellation of a bond for the sum of five thousand dollars, subscrthbed by him, the said Cox, as principal, on the tenth day of April, 1470. with P. J. Gil. bert. J. Chamberlain and Charles Dupaty as se curities, conditioned for the faithful perform. anlon of the duties of the said Cox as Treasurer of the School Board of the parish of Assump tion: Now, therefore, I. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Lien tenant Governor and Acting Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this my proclamation, in order to glve public notice to all persons therein concerned and interested to show cause, in writing, at the office of the Secretary of State, at. the city of New Orleans, within ninety days from and after the last publication thereof, why the said bond should not be cancelled and annulled and the securities above named discharged from any further liability. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sat my hand and caused the seal of the State of Louis ana to be hereunto afxlled, at the city of New Orleans. this sixteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hundred and second year of the independence of the United States of America. LOUIS A. WILTZ. Lieutenant Governor and Acting Governor of the 8tate of Loulsiana. By the Lieutenant Governor and Acting Gov ernor: WILL. A. STnoo:. ocs18 3t Secretary of State. JERSEY AND ALDERNEY MILK. MILK. MILK. Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had Corner Caroadelet and Common streel and Branch, No. 6O Canal street,'nen the Custom.House, North Side. The only places in the city where this colo brated milk can be procured. Pure. rich and sweet Jersey and Alderney Milk and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass, re ceived dally on loe, via Jackson Railroad. from the famous Arcola Dairy Farm. Bald stock is from the well-known Fowler's importations of Jersey and Alderney cattle. Also kept on hanud. Mead Soda Vlohy. Min eral Waters, Home-made Pies and Pastry, se 1 lysthp ... . . . . . . . CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK, (A Bank for Small Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, --.............. Barnne stree...............3 SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTEB. This Savings Bank will receive on deposit ant pay interest at the rate of 6 Der cent per annun on such small sums of money as may from time to time be offered therefor by mechanics, clerks. minors and others, thus seocurln protection from robbery, accident or fraud, and also afford. ing a means of profit on savings by the semi annual interest paid. By special provision of law. married women and minors can deposit money in their own name. and it can be drawn by themselves only. guh deposis cannot be controlled by hus bems parent or rutors. lV*IoIAL AVWTIIWWW.WT . sII3 RI e AtLl. The City of New Orleans vs. Timothy Tracy: same vs. same; same vs. same, A1UPERIOR DIHTRIOT COURT FOR THE At parish of Orieann. NoR. 12,7910 69,30: and 7,1320--By virtue of three write of flirl iaclas, to nme dircted by the honorable the Superior Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleals, in the nlabve entitled causes, for city taxes of 1871. 1873 all(d 1874. 1 will Iroc,,cd to soll at public aution,. at the Merchantsl and Auctiorneers' Exchange. Iloyni struct, bictwn Cmanal anol Cnlstonlhouse stri'ets, in tihe Sveolnd District of this city, on MONDAY, October 29. 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described property to wit A CElTAIN PORITION rF GtROUND, sit nated in the Fourth District of this ilty, in square number ote hundred and fifty-two boundmd by Camp. Washington, Mngazine and Sixth it roots, desig nated as lItR tI lllolmn'rs eigh teen and twenty-fotr, nlomeanrilg ach thirty floot front on Calntmt street by e11(1 ulltlircld and sixty fenet in deptlh. Sdlzed in the above llits. Terms-Cash on tih AR st . HANY, T'IiOMAA N. HANDY, Clvil Hheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 5ae21 'ell 29 The City of New Orleans vs. J. C. Robin selt: namae n. name: alTie vR. name: name vs. name: same vS. same; same vS. samne. SUPERIOR DISTIIIOT COURT FOR THE k parish of Orlians, Nos. 3a22, 11.403. 59,r5485 76,041 94111 and l,709:t-By virtuPe f Rix writs of florl ftaoas to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Or leans. in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1870. 1871, 18731 1874 176 and 1170. I will proceed to sell at public auotion. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. itoyal st set, between Canal and Cutstomhouse strets. in the Second District of this city. on MONDAY, Octob r 29, 11177, at 12 o'clock m., the following descrited property, to wit- A CERTAIN PORTION OF O90UND. sit ua'cl In the Sixth District of tis city. In square number one hundred and eighty-three bounded by Conetanee. Duofmoat Laurel and Beileoastle streets, denlgnatud as fots numbers fourteen and fiftfen. measourlng each thirty feet front on Constaner street by one hundred and fifteen feet In depth. Pol+end In the abovo sluts. Terms-Cash on t tie spot. THOMAR H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. s2M 00e11 211 The City of New Orleans vs. Nieholan Schmidt; Same vs. Rame: Rams vs. Ram". OUPERIOR DISTRICT COURP FOR THE parish of Orietan. Nos. 7.r237, 9:1.i31 llntil 10.202-By virtue of three writs of flerl faelas, to me directed by the honoraul, the Huperior Die trlot Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874, 1875 and 1876, 1 will Droceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and C,,tomhouse streets, in the Second Distrlit of thins city, on MONDAY, October 211, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described oro erty, to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND Situated in the Foulrthl District of this city ln, sn care number eighty-four, bounded by Eighth. Ohip. pews. Annunciation and Ninth treets, densig nated as lot number fourteen, mleasulring twen ty-seven front on Eighth t re.t by one hulndred and twenty-Nix feet in depth. Selzed in the abov suits. . Terms-Cash on tim p HANDY TIIOMASI H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ne2 cell 29 The City of New Orleans vs. Alexander IlRn ;samn vs. same; same vs. same; Same vs. nanle : nalme YV. lame. 1CUPERIORI DISTRICT COURT FOR THE L parish of Orleans. Non. 11.441, RI.57"1. 761,0n, 94.108 and 11o.7318--By virtue of five writs of fleri faecas, to me directed by the honorable the Hupe rior District UCurt for tithe parish of Orleans, in the above entitled ('antsls, for city taxes ot 1871, 1873, 1874. 11175 and 171;, I will proceed to sell at public' auction, at the Merchants and Auction eers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Custombouse streets, in the Second Dis tricot of this city, on MONDAY, October 29, 18177, at 12 o'clock m.. the following described prop erty, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Sixth Distrl t of this city, in QuarJe number two hundred and fifty-two unded"by Chestput, Bellecastle, Camp and Utfosat streets. dlngnated as lots nunlo rs one and two, each measuring thirty feetfrot on Chestnut street by one hundred feet in deptL. Seied in the above suits. TermnI-Cash on the spo.t. THOMAB H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. RPe2 oell 29 KID GLOVES. THE LARGEST STOCK. TIHE BEST QUALITIES. TIHE LOWEST PRICER, THE FRESHEST GOOODS. at HRIEGER'S NEW KID G1IOVE BIJOWU, 149 EanLit street, at the Old stand. oc17 lm 5t hp NOTICE. The following tarilf of charges is alotted by theo undlrsigned to August 31. 1878: COMPRESSING. For foreign ports, direct or coastwise, whether by steam, sail or railroad, per haleo .................... 75 cents. For coastwiso ports, steam, sail or railroad. per bale ............ ....t. o cents. CHARGES TO SHIPPERS. Drayage to ship, por hale ........... 25 cents. Labor on cottons hauoul by shippers, payableo on delivery, per bale ..... 10 cents. Covering sample holes with shippers' patche.s................ ....... ... free. Extra banIds. each...................... 7% oent5. On cotton shipmarkod, not ordered the day It ins weighed, storany and labor, per bale. with the privilege of remainlng thren days - .......... lo cents. After threo days. storage for first month, including the three days . . 3o conts. SMALL NUMBERH. On small numbers the el-arge for labor and storage for any period to 31nt AuguIst. 1878, pOr bal ...............' 1 cents. On all lists or parts of lists of cotton received an 1 welghed for hauling or transfer to another press, but Inot hauloed the samrn day it, is weigh ,tl. a charge will be made of, per bale .................. ... .......... 30 conts, Extra drayage on cotton returnedl from ship. steamer or railroad, each way twelve and a half conte, to be paid by shiipper, together, per balo ...... 5 cents. For forwarding cotton, labor, per bale................................... 10 cents. On all cotton ship-marked or small numbered, removed from one press to anotther for the iurpose of stor age or compreslsing, or shipped withoutheing compressed, per bale. 25 oents. 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 Commerelial Press. Smith & Goldsmith. Canal Street Press. J. C. VanWickle. Atlantic Preas. M. J. Zunts & 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 & Krumbhaar. Virginia Press, Lewis & Lynd. Union Press. A. P. Mason. oc26 2w AhT. CAzomnh. 0. OAn. arB. L L. 0.azza sOa as. J. Oaanm A. CABBIEBE & SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Cirasi ~ .· flqa smi Ou -hu.g JUDICIAL ADVERITIsaomTS. lNHIIIXIPP SALm. By the Sheriff of Pointe Coupee. BUCCESSION RALE -OF A- SUGAR PLAN AT OT I1N IlE PARISHI OF PoINT COUI'E SALE ON NOVEMBER t:. 1977. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF POIN'PE COUI'EE, PARISH COURT. HUCCESHION OF MRS. M. L. ROHA DES TitEIAN. No. n n of the docket. of said Court. B Y VIRTUE OF A COMMIHHION IfRUED I in the above entitled and numbered s5t'tes sion by the honorable the parish court in and for the parisih and State frnRsaid, and to me directed. I, the undeisigned sheriff of said par ish of Pointo (oupee, will offer for sale by pub lic auction, and according t) law at the door of the c,urt-house of said parish of I'olnte Coupee, on SATURDAY. November 3, 1877, at i1 a. m., the following described property depending on said .Roce sslon, vi 1. SUGAR PLANTATION, situated In said parish of .olnte Counee State of Louisiana, on the right bank of the Mississippi river, meas uring on said river ,+ front of fourteen and one eighth arpents, more or less, by a detpth of sixty-five arpents more or lets, on the lower line, and seventy-eive arpents, more or loss, on the upper line; said plantation being hounded above by lands formerly belonging to the suc cession of Zenon Porche and below by !at ls belonging to Mrs. Fanny Richer; and extending back to the lands hereinafter secondly described, and containing about 708 0 acres in area. The same to be sold together with all the mules thereon (about twenty-forur) and all the farm Ing utensile, seed cane and stubble cane and all the buildings and improvements on said plan. tation, comprising a sugar-house and purgery, with engine, machinery, kettles, etc.. two dwell ing-houses and outhouses, a stable, a barn, a blacksmith's shop, a cane shed and thirteen double cabine. 2. A TRACT OF LAND, also situated in said parish of I'ointe outonee, on False river, minas tiring on said river a front of eight arpents, more or Iness, by a depth of about forty arpents, hounded on the n per line by lands belonging to Dr. L. L. Ladmirault. and on the lower line by lands belonging to Michel Michel and Dr. L. L. Lalmirault: the said land extending bac'k to the lands above firstly described, and cttn taining in area aboullt 5,51.5.4 acres. The same to be sold together with all the arppcurtnaneoo and improvements thereon, -consisting of a onto-story and basement dwelling-house, out houses, fences, etc. The said two tracts or plantations to tM offered and sold stparately and in the order aforesald. Terms and Conditions-One-third of the pur chasen prio casth, the )ialance in three equal an. nual instalments, payable at one. two and three years from the day of sale: the purchaser, for said credit balance of the purchase price, to fur nish his notes drawn by him to his own order and by him Indorsed ; said notes to bear inttr eat at the rate of eight per rent per annum from said day of sale till final payment, and to th oeeured by special mortgagn and vendor's priv liege on the property aforemaid: the ntt of mort gage to contain all the tusual clauses, such as the .act de non alienando. five per cent attornny's fes in Pase of judiOlal proceedings, the Insur ance of said sugar house on said plantation and the transfer of the policy thereof to the executor of sald suceessiod and all other customary clauses. With the privilege to the purchaser of paying in cash the whole or any part of said balance over one-third, at his own option. Pointe Coupee, Louisiana. September 22, 1877. GATIEN DECUIBl. Sheriff of 'olnt Coun pee Parish, For examination of plans of the property and for further particulars. al DEN t T, ARtTHUR DENIM. oeR tnoa No. 104 Canal street, up stairs. AUtTIOiN SALES. By Plaoide J. Spear. HOUSEHOLD FtRNITIRE. LADY'S GOLD CHAIN, ETO. BUCCES8ION OF JEWQNIE FORREST. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 9.,798. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR AuRtioneer-Offlee, No. 40 Royal street--MOND . O - tober 29 1877, at 10 o-'vlock a. m.. will besol d at publin auction at NOr. us and ti Rampart street, betweon Conti and St. Louis streets, by virtue and in pursuance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the 8econd Distrilct Court for the parish of Orleans,. dated October 12, 1877, for account of said succession A large assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE. BED LINEN, WEARING APPAREL. Lady's GOLD CHAIN, etc. Terms-O-ash. oei 19 29 29 By Albert Paul. GOLD WATCH, JEWELRtY AND ACCOUNTS SUCCESSION OF DR. FRANCISCO RIBOT. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 3,.468. DY A. PAUL, Auctioneer-Offieoo No. 35 Ex change Alley-MONDA Y, Octber 29, 1577, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at the office. No. as Exchange Alley. between Customhouse and Bienville streets, by virtue of an order of the Hon. A. L. Tissot, judge of the HScond District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated October la, 1877, will be sold at public auction ONI OOLD WATCH. ONE LOT OF JEWELRY. -ALSO- ONE LOT OF ACCOUNTS. due to the sue cession.as per inventory on file in the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans Terms-Cash on the spot. , eel8 23 29 SUCCEAUSION NOTICEN. Succession of Timothy Nolan. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE V- parish of Orleans. No. 39,+22--Whereas. E. T. Parker. public administrator, has petitioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late Timothy Nolan, (leceased. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the court. oe2s 29 nos JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. Succession of Joseph Wild. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans, No. 39,691-Notice is hereby given to the creditors of this estate and to all other persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present no tiflcation, if any they have or can. why the account presented by the widow of the deceased acting as administratix of this estate, should not be approved and homologated and the funds distributed in accoudance therewith. By order of the court. oe29 no2 7* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. CONSTABLE SALES. E. J. J. Bermudez. Agent, etc., vs. Widow J. B, Galaud. FOURTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. No. .-8-By virtue of a writ of fleri facias to me directed by the Hon. F. B. Hernand'z, Fourth Justice of the Peace for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction, on FRIDAY, November 2, 1877 at 10oi o'clock a. m., in front of my office No.7 Frenchmen street, in thaThird District of this city. the following described property, to wit ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. as per inventory on file in my office. Seized in the above entitled and numbered suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. oc22 29 no2 WM. H. HAYS, Constable. DAVID F. CONOVER & CO. SUCCESSORS TO WM., B. WARNE & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS -In WATCHES & JEWELRY, 8. E. .eorner Chestnut and Seventh sreets, , ýS - x WANTS. SITUATIOIN WAITDP---UNEALII. Dressmakers and seametrssmes. W.ANTED--BY A COMPETENT DREH8 v V maker, a situation in a private family. Address 1). E. D., Demor'rat office. oc28 at WATANTED--A HTITUATION TO DO HEWING, Selther' In a privntn fltnily or in an Instlta tlon : undiriirs.uiel.s tltingand fitling and work iºg on a sewinu.ý mrachino. Arilreser C. W., ('ar roilton P__ostfm oca2.it W.ANTED-- TY A MIIrILE-AGED WHITE woman, a itlntion Ras Rfamntrrus or will do housework tir tne!e chldremi: will ailso fur nish sewing uflnhlte. Address B. T., this otil.e. Io2R st. W ANTED--BY A YOUNG LADY, A HITUA tion to sew: ; Is a first-elmsI operator on sew Ing machines The best of reference given. Address K. O. 1I., this offie. Pe, tf Cooks, Nurses. Chambermnald, Ete., WfANTED-A (100D COOK. WAHt4HEI AND Ironer for a small family. Apply to PAR HAM, f; Baronne street. ... 28 . t* W.ANTED-lBY A (COLOItED GIRIL-A situation to cook and do housework. Good references given. Address ELIZABITII, DUm ocrnt office. (o02 at W.ANTED--BY A MIDDLE-AGED WO(AN A situation to nurse: can give the t.t of city references from past eiployers. Ad roess W. W., Democrat office. onas Fit, W ANTED-BY A FRENCHIMAN, WHO IH A No. 1 rook-A situation In a private fam Ily. restaurant or saloon. Apply at No. 14 Ht. hillip street, or address V. 0., Democrat ofcoe, oc28 it W ANTED-A (OOD GERMAN GIRL SWishes a situation to do the cooking and housework of a small family. Apply at No. 11l Bixth street, corner of Laurel. oe02 at W ANTED--iY A COLORED WOMAN-A situation to cook and do housework. Address CHARLOTTE, Democrat office. oe.s Ait W ANTED-A SITUATIONI BIY A YOUING( girl, to wash and iron and flute by the m'achinn or by the tong. The thest of references given. If reluird. Address 4190 Constance street. Oe?7 WJANTED-A HITUATION BY A MIDDLE S tIagIed woman, to sew. mind ehildthn. of cook for a private family. Address .TOHE PHINE, Democrat, office. oe27 3t. WANTED-HITUATIONH BY TWO YOUNG girls. one to tldo dllningroorn work: the other to do housework or nurse. The best of reference can te given If desired. Apply at. 419 Constance street. oe.r at W ANTED--BY A REHI'ECTABLE WOMAN a situlation .. rplain ook antro washer and Ironer: or as washer and Ironer. and to do hous.work. Apply at the grocery, corner of St. Thomties and ThaleI streets. oc27 At SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. Clerks and Salesmen. W ANTED-A ST A TUATION TO WORK FOP. the tsupport of my family. Willing to do anything from iookke ping to porter. B,' et of references glven. Address WILLIAI.4)emo crat office. oc2 at W1 AN'TED--BV A YOUNG MAN, A HITUA - tln as clerk In a wholesale grocery, hard ware or commissctl horle. who will made him self useful. Has hadll several years experience: of steady habits, and resides with his parents. Best references can It, given. Address F. E.. at this office. on2R 3t* AN EXPER-IENCED ACCOUNTANT WIHO has some hours of the day at his dispos .I, desires employment, posting books or adjust ing compllicated accounts. CharOgs reasonabte. Good references. Address H., Democrat offlet. o428 1w* W ANTED-BY AN EXPERIENOED CLERK. a p.osition in a store. Willacceptonewitn a small salar Best of references given. Ad dress A. B., this office. oe06 1W ANTED-A SITUATION IN A (WHOLE T sale or retalll grocery sture by a youn man who has had sWyeeli years e.rtnqe n counttry store. Willlg to work or a lnm sa ary. Address G. K., care this ofce., seelr W ANTED--BY A YOUIG MAN 0o1 GOOD S arater a situation in an ofee oq wholesae ouse. a not ofraig of hard kr.' lst of erences furnished Addres M. ... Deoort Ofee. sel ti ElLP WANTED-IEI ALM. iflambermarld, Cooks, Nurses, ete. 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, au17 tf MRS. BIAOCK-NO. 142 CAMP STREET. HAS on hand the best kind of help for city and country; has on hand one good German girl as housekeeper. au17 tf HELP WANTED-MALES. Clerks, Male.smn, ete. W ANTED- A COMPETENT OLOTHING clerk, for a country store. speakinir French and English. Apply a.t No. s4 RIoyil street. pcrl WANTED-PUPIIA. W ANTED-A YOUNG LADY THOROUGH In musio would like to, have a few pupils: is capable of instructing begtinners in a sure method, so that they wi ITbe well grounded an-d advance rapidly. Address E. A., Democrat office. 028 tw W ANTED-A POSITION IN A FAMILY TO instruct young children and to do plain sewing. Please address S. J.. at this of0ice. oc27 3t W ANTED-A GENTLEMAN IN DELICATE S¥health dtisires to spend the winter in the Mouth. and would like a position in a family as tnacher of young children, in city or country. He would consider the comforts of a home an eadivalent for services. Best of references given. Addres f.., Box 245. New Orleane. ;00226 In W ANTED-BY A TEACHER A POSITION to teach, in either a family or a school, for board for self and two ohildren. Address " D." this ofIee. Jez tf IIOCELLANEOUS. A, MIDDLE-AGED MARRI.D MAN A NA tive of this city and a graduate of the High School, active, strong and healthy. wants etnm Iloyment (If any kind. Cotton press yard. war, house, railroad clerk. or any outdloor work pre ferred. Anything, anywhere. any price. Ad dress W. T., this office. oc27 tf A-ANTED-IN THE COUNTRY. BY A FA.-i I ly consisting of only a gentleman and his wife, two competent, respectable and well-re commended middle-taged white servants. one as cook, the otht.r as housemald and Rseamstressm. Apply with recommendations at 614 Baronne strlet. oc?4 TATANTED-A SITUATION BY A MaN HAV • Ing a good knowledgeof business, large experience in working men, and has been con sidered a good practical farmer. Will b ,open to an engagement January 1, 1878. Best of re ference. Can loan his employer several thou sand dollars on long time. Address Frar k Van Orme, Aurora, Ill.. box 499. oc24 iot* `] --LAB0RERS--10 M -EN TO Swork on the Bess levee, three miles below Lake Providence. Apply on the work to T. BYRNE P. TYRELL. JAMES McGINTY and JOHN I. REID, Contractor. ocL4 15t* $1.50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WORK. 630 Magazine. D. LEECH, Soiree Pianist. jy ly W ANTEGD-SUGAR COOLERS IF SOUND, good order and cheap. PLANTER, Dem ocrat office. se2o tf -W ANTED-BY AN ACTIVE AND EXPE rienced young man, a farm with stock and implements to work on shares, or will take charge of it for a stated salary. Best of refer ence furnished. Address FARMER. Democrat office. se tf W. W. CLARK, Jxo. W. NoBmSa. D. T.r.s President. Vice President. Secretary and Tress. DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. The Leading Safes in the world. Have never failed to preserve their contents against PIJE O@ NUNGLANS, though tested thousands of times. Parties ee tablishing themselves in business will find it to their lnterestto givelo me a call before ua - t omsewhsers, Over twdea esonamd.asac - btiaton Looke 84rw , rt l lvw. SPEIOAL WOTtom. 1fflc of the PVaetore' and TraderI. I ante C(omany. No. ,7 Carolidelet str. . O)rlenan, (atoher 27, le7-From and s Itt thlts e*,nplany will ianue p,olicies on nBMt risks, p)ayable In eaii of lorst, I n l iO l tat Liverpool. THOMAS F. I WALi En9i. Mr .e Mperial Notlee--Pursimunt to a re*elItl - passed at the meeting of the friends o.i fi gratilon on W lot day. Octoher 24. at tihe V. ` 'ry Itifles Hall, the publle nare ilnvited t tl a meeting at. .poalstion Hall ol WEDN" AWý-, October ill at 7 o'clock t. m. l'rroiltnant a era will address the meetinst. All intre . t ,l the suil)eiet of Immigration are torda lit-' vitedlin tio Irf srenlt. T(O) IAH OIBRON, Prn idnt"`it C. J. ERsauv, acrotary._ _ O_____ Cpeelal Notlfe. - All per onha hllbI ' rnaims agtinet the late JAMES1 E. c(AMPII , are reqluested to p.irrenft the sam.)ell' at the o .; of A. Hero Jr., No. 17 (Commerell Plae, anrlP tIhope indrleindi to) said diecenand nre t~leett - to settle at I e ~arune pltee. CA$' >K. CAMTPDELL M. H. AI','LEOAUE. oci'n it_ Tutore Ofmee of the Wlamislana Ol oil coemH y :: 17 Union stret--'he stockholders of thas o Plany are hereby notified that., in conftt with the provvions of lts charter an el for seven DIrO,'tor, to serve during the eaiite Ing year, .w l - e bheeld at the oie of tehe oF L oft e any on MONDAY, November ,. 17, bet0j*es' the hours of toa. m. and d 2. m. J. A. DsBLANO, President A. C, LAtnRY·, Secretary./t Notlee*-Mew Orleane Credlet paener yo.' soctation-Offlee 4e De)atur street. New Ot : October 11, 1.77--Hu b~oribers to thei apita of t.tl assoelation are hereby notified tllt first monthly lonstllment of Ten pert eat t~n dlu, payable at the offle of the aesoel on the 25th of October, 177, By order of the Board of Direetors. ot1 lnm O. HI. NOR MAN. SecreterV New Orleans Credit Foneler Asu tion, offle No. 46 Decatur atraet-At an 0J held Monday, October s. 1977, the fbll named gentleman were choaent directore of t ý asociatinn fo t eollelin ear to Eit: 1J. M. V1,VnWtt T L. LAROQUIE. L, MOLLO -TOH. NOEL, A. BAULE .f (IUST. I'ITARD. F. T. FEINAkNDI.": ; And at. a me.tlng of the Board of Dire o hold Otohber to, 1877, Mr. A. aHulet, prest and (I. H. Norman, secretary, were unanlnetltihf ly re-elented for the ensuing year. oc,2 lm G. H. NORMAN, MAcretty, AMUSEMUNTS. BIDWELL'S ACADEMY OF MUBIO. LAHT W PEK OF THE LWONAIID oiti COMEDY COMPANY, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wedian Mitlneo TlP, TWO ON o IIAN, -. Wedrnes(lna and Thursday-OURt BOARI3 HOUHE. Frlday and Ratu rday Noon and Nlg-Ori new pl yTH T NA I Ty IIRK Sunday, ov. 4- THE OTTO CU A Goo, R. _Knight and Worrell IN Pte.s, +T. CHARLES THAT'. -OB A i S as8on- (ommnlncn SUN AY,0 -MatInees WEDNESDAY and SA FIrst, ap eranoe in over si yerf nownd BMEE tAMILIY [ n company i.f ttar Artletal Miss AN MtEHA BErt(Gl.R the most OIL Cornet Sololat in Amerleaa MO HOAN, the only lad S I In the world ; nlty KATE pranoY Vc lst"the great DLA and FANNIE, hociety 8ketch Art W. McKEE, Amerlea's g estest Vooaliet, and tts euttro oampanst' ing Fourten Talentd Attrte, W it In a programme replete wih oavelft flowing with refined tmirth and l> all the I' a mtsical attractions of Reserved seats secured daily at BOx TENOEIR'S GADEN, Wes II a11 ISll Seauertiy4tIt H. WEIIt , [ rowptl etwr, labeen nWiy fresoe dTod la ot- w ST H LoL 1 n the South. he artstlotate ment of the hall was opened to pubili tion on Saturday. the 1ath lnt., at 7 o'1 mj large number of European and A pa ers alwa' a on file. Three rooms for ladles and families, wlth arate entrance. The largeat Orchestrlon in the world from 11 o'lock a m, to ll m Philip Bent's .MILWAUK.E LAGER HEM Five (Unts a glass, a01 BOARDINO. fIOARI) WANTED-FOR A FAMILY I'three persons. Terms muuet he Address, stating terma, C., Lock Box I offlee. o0en BOAIIDINO- PARTIES DEIRIN rooms southern exposure, with table, can ,ie accommodated by applyitg lt fle residence 215 St. Charles street, bat Julla and St Joseph. oe.l MEDICAL STUDENTS, ATTENTION comfortable rooms, with first-class can be obtained in a private family, only block from the college. Terms $2b per Address W. A. B., at iths offie. oa. SELEOT PRIVATE BOARDIN ably furnished front rooms can be with or without board by the day, ntonth. by applyIng at the elegant prte; nance No. 146 Oarondelet street. Ps tl search of home oomforts will ft Is Svortnlt A fine bath-room alo FOR SALE. FOR HALE--THE LIVE OAK GRQ Sanl Bar-room. 0orner Louisiana Av and St. Charles street; is doing a good business. Will be sold on easy terms 0oi count of departnre. oci io FOR SALE--AN ELEGANT AND O0f ' Splet set of furniture, doesks and fist nsuItable for a banking or o~untln ahouls. i ply to HIBERNIA NATIONABL BAN E. ocs ~OR SALE-AN UPRIGHT PIANO. - new; will be sold cheap. Apply at 24 street. FURNISHED ROOMS. JARGE AND HANDSOMELY FtUENIS apartments in one of the most elegant p residences of the city. Convenient to street and business localtlies. Unexceptionable refereness Pexinaneg Rooms with private table, if d. sire.l lies seeking a desirable location, ran Box 3010, or Inquire at the office of the crat. COPARTWNERSHIPS. DISSOLIJTION OF PARTNERSHIP - partnership existing hbetween WAYN WILLIAMS expired on the sth Init. The HI'EAMSOAT AGENCY and COMMN. " FION BUsINE-H will hbe continuei as usutalb the undersigned at l06 Gravler street. C. G. WAYNLK New Orleans. October 23. 1877. oC2 1 ,, WM. D. ROGERS, MANUFACTURER OF STANDARD FINE CARRIA .. 18.9 and 1.11 Cbestnut street, PHILA.DLPHIA, ; Manufactory, Thirteenth and Parrish streSelS . succeeding G. W. Watson & Co.. retired. ses18 m r od CHAMPION PRESS. THIS PRESS IS PREPARED TO EU and compress, upon favorable tert, or forwarding Cotton; also, Cottona Ot. , ' rell's. Cooper's and the Factors' Press. COTION TO BE DJ)IAZ .