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Wh.eeler d I'ierson,
18 and 15 Camp street.
We have opened our
uiw NCI Ofr r CLO ,
and Invite huyere to examine our styles and
Priem.,
aJ ggnt Reotth and aOnaslmrn BUSINE8S
S UI, Sito tie.
B Wiak WolRted FROCKS and VESTS, 51I to
tiny On.simnre DtPRSR PANTR all rtleen.
egant now st yle 1 ALL OVIECMOATM, l0 to
ottihs' tIBUHtNESS and DREBR SUITS, nobby
bo t' i.~ERi and 8H OOL RUITS, very low.
a nr Flanetlll INI)iJW EAII, all rtrlMs.
enuine Rnglsh HALF HUOS. warrantedl, /:
_ .a oOIAjnetS . USI,'NI)I and
our gou ods are nll our own manufacttre we
THE LOWEST PRICES,
for goods, made In superior style anld ¶naran
teeatlteual to custom-tnado. dCll and son, at
WIIEL E .R & PIRlCONW'A,
1i and IL Ctamp teelt.
rWBOLEAIL,E DEPARTMENT uno stairs. with
ul stock for country trade, at the lowPst
rl os, iue2l lln
$500 REWARD.
STATe OF LoUtSlAiA,
Exooutivo Department. }
Whereas information hasm ben revolved at the
Exncutivo DeIpartment of this State that the
sugar-houses of Messrs. E. . HILLAN, THEO)
FAYE and IOUIS (GIEVEMIIERO. in the par
fih of it. Mary. and that, of Dr. BUSHEY, In
the parish of It.ria. wern, on the trh ultllimo,
set on fire, and whereas this Ict of Inenn
diarlm deman(ls that the porpotrato,' or por
petrators thereof he brought. to justice and
dealt with annording to law.
Now, therefore. I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLB.
Governor of the State of Louislana, have
thought proper to Issue this my proolamation,
calling upon the good people of this State to
give their aid and assistantc in arresting and
bringing to justice the perpetrator or porpe
trators of sild crime, In order that they may
Abide their trinl before the courts of the culn
•try and by virtue of the authority in nme vested
by the laws of this Btate. I heorby offer i re
ward of FIVE IIWNDIIED D()LLARS for the
arroest of the supposed inenrlitlry or In1on
Alaries, and the furnishing of such evidence aus
will Iseclre the proof anld ony etion thoereof.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto aftmxed
lay signature and causied the seal of the State of
Louislana to i,, herlunttlio ittlthld. atthecityof
New Orleans. this sc`olnd daly of Octolber. In the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundreod
and seventy-seven and of the one hundred and
,oond year of the indepeondence of the United
of America.
FBRANCIS T. NIOHOLLS.
Governor of the State of Loutsiana.
y Governor:
OsCAR Annoro,
Assistant Secretary of State.
oe7W.Rsa tm
CANCELLATION OF BOND.
UNITED STATIS or Anr nloA,
btate of Louislana,
Exooutive Dopartmont. '
Whereas. THOMAS D. COX, former Treas
urer of the School Board of the parisheof As
sumption, has applied to me for t,he.eancellation
of a bond for the sum of five thousand dollars,
subscrlbed by him, the said Cox, as priniplol.
on the tenth dlay of April, 157l, with P. J. Oil
bert, J. Chamberlain and Charles Dupaty as so
auriti(s, conditioned for the faithful perform
ance of the duties of the said Cox as Tre'nsulrer
of the School Board of the parish of Assump
tion;
Now, therefore. I. LOUIS A. WILTZ. Lieu
tenant Governor and Acting Governor of the
State of Louisiana. have thought proper to
issue this my proclamation. in order to give
public notice to all persons theorein conocrned
and luterested to show cause, In writing, at the
offiee of the Soerontary of State, at. th. city of
New Orleans. within ninety days from and after
the last publication thereof, why the sald boend
should not he caneelled and annulled and the
securities above natmed dischargead from any
further liabilit y.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto sot my
hand and caneull the seal of the Stlate of Lolls
ana to be hereunto affixedl. at the city of New
Orleans, this slxtoenthl day of Octotor. In the
year of our Lord one thoulsandi elht hundred
and seventy-seven. and of the onh hlundrod anti
ecoond year of the Indoependence of the United
Statee of Ameriha.
LOUTH A. WILTZ.
Lieutenant Governor and Aetting (hovornor of
the State of LouSlamili.
By tle Lioutenant (Governor and Acting Gov
urnor:
WILi. A. STnoNot.
oeel not Secretary of State.
MI. J. SA(:ET
198....... Chartre street ............ 19
Informs his numerous friends and the pub
lie in gI'noral that hoe 11 lately received from
the Mlanufar'ories of Beolgium and England. a
large lluantity ,f FIRE ARMS. of the most
elegant form., and also all articles adalpteid to
hunters. '19 fin
JULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER,
No. 3 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Portraits from life
or flrom tictures of
thei doeeased (in oil or
crayon), from $25 to
$150.
My ART G \LLERY
i-;a pl p e o)f fre( 11
sort. and the public
is invited to visit it
at leaslcure.
oreo tn 024
LOUISIANA SrATE UNIVERSITY
-AND-
Agricultural and Mechanical College.
This institution is now open for the reception
of students and cadets.
Tuition free. Admission granted to young
men and youths not under fourteen years of
age, who are proficient in the branches of a
common English education.
Military Cadets will be quartered in the Uni
vereity building: other students can find good
board, at reasonable rates. in the city of Baton
ou tller information. address
~. 1m D. P. BOYD. Preeldent.
Oma owr .
New Orlenns, Ototer 0so, .' .
The public schools of this city will be cloned
on THURSDAY, November Ist, All Bainta' Day.
WM 0. OR BOGERI,
Chief tiuperintendent of Public Sohools of Now
Orleans. oo81 it
nIEALED PROPOSAIA.
OlFwFo BOAntD OrF B.ut OL Dxtnurous.
City of New Orlans,
no Burgundy street, Oct. at. 1577.
Healed proposals addressed to the undersign
id. at this offie. are invited for OLENINOG
THE VAULTS OF THf PUBLIC SCHOOLH
of this city for a perlod of fourton months
from date of acceptanoe.
A list of the location of the school buildings.
tgeother with .unh detailed information as bid
ders may requtire, will be fttrllshed on applira
tlon.
Proposals will ho recelved until 1 o'clnok in.
on SATURDAY, November 8a
RiOBERT H. BAIITLEY.
Chairman Committee on Bohool-houses.
oc: 4t
.1. LEVOIS & JAMISON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
--IN-
DRESS GOODS,
No. 126 Canal street.
We have now In store and will receive by next
stIamer from tturope, our NULL LINES of
DRESS GOODS,
IN SILK, WOOL AND MOHAIR.
Cloaks, Wrapl and Sacques,
IN ALL TIlE NEWEST STYLES,
Which we ask our friends to examine, as they
will find our selection MORIE COMPLETE than
any season heretofore.
.I. LEVOIN & .lAINON,
o1,25 H4u&We No. 12g Canal st reet.
WM. F. MELLEN,
(Formerly of NateheZ.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
140 Gravler Mtreet.
NEW ORLEANH, LOUISIANA.
oCes Inm*
NOtiCE TO SHIPIASTELRS.
hilmasters or shippers ldesirous of having
thi GRIP TIE and GILMAN'H 'ULLER ntp
plied to their cotton by any of the pressni, in
cluded in Ih e ascisslation will please notify the
undersigned.
The charge for furnishing thme Ties and Pull
ors will, until the e1t day of January. be filften
cents per hale: from and after that date. titntil
the Ist day of March. thet charge will be twelve
and it half cents, and fr,im and alter the first
day of March ten cents per hale.
We istlmate the gtain n stowage by the use of
this Tie and Puller at io per cent., based upon
actual tests. We have numerous assurances
that cotn to which the Orip TIn is applied Is
dellvtered in Europe in abtter condition and
with less loss in wieight than over ,before known.
JOHN 1. LAFITTE & CO..
Manarsirs Louisiana Cotton TI' Company.
0oc27 itt
NOTICE.
By special arrangement. made with the Lou
islana Cotton Tie Company the fiollowing
presses, to wit
Lovee Mtnam Cotton Press. J. C. Denis. Pres.
Atlantlic Press. M. J. Zunts A Co.
Canal Street Press. 1. (1. Van Wicklo.
Commnercial Proess. mith & (Goldsmlt i.
Fire Proof Press. J. P. Moore.
Jackson Press. O'Ultnn & Co.
Louisiana Prerss, E. K. Bryant.
Liverpool Press. MStanley & Co.
Orleans, hilppers' and PoIll'ea. tamuel BLyd &.
Co.
Ponn. Kentucky and Plantrs.,' Herndlon A
Krumbhaar.
Nathloez Press. L. A. Levy, Jr.
Virginia PreIss. Lewis & Lynd.
UnIon Press, A. P. Mason.
Are prtepared ti tit, comwprssed cottons with
the (lilmnan l'ulier and (trip Tie on the written
order of eaosrs. John I3. Lafltto & Ci.. mana
gers, for anl aldditllonal chargei of 15 cnllts per
hatl. to lie tipahid to and colli'ited by rLoulsniaa
Utton Tie Compllny. O'26 2W
MME. BEKNIIEIM'S,
145-- -- Canal Street - - -145
Next house to corner oif Blarionno.
Her numerous friends and customers are
respectfully informed that Mm.. I1EIRNIIEIM
has ,peneMl her N iW MII,LINEIIY and DRES.S
MAKING ESTABLISHMEaT with an
ELEGANT NEW STOCK
Of the Latest Imported Styles in
1ATS, BONNETS. FLOWEIIS. FE&ATI'ERS,
LACES, ROBES, CONFECTIONS,
etc., from the leading houses of Paris. -mh.
Brnht hn has socured tilhe vautabli ccrviens of
lnme. SOPHIE. who will have pleasure in
catering to, the cultivated taste of her many lady
patrons,. all of whom will undlllulibteldly transfer
their former patronag to the new establish
nIent.
The I)ressmaking I)eparlment,
TUnder the personal aI.usIl'es' of Mmine. BERN
IIEVIM, w II be monduct(ed ibIy 1mec. LEONTINE.
who Ilau hitherto been employied inl the
First Houses of Paris,
Assist"d by a comUetent corps of artists in their
profession.
Thankful for past patronage, and solioting
the continuance thereof. Mme. BEItNHEAM will
give perfect satisfaction in
Both Branches of Her House.
Strict and careful attention paid to all city
and country orders, at the most reasonable
rates.
New stock receiving by every steamer.
oc(21 lm
A~I.)AlIS
Direc ry Peits triad Li s
IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST
WILL BE ISSUED ON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27.
This Directory will not require revision
for the next
TEN YEARS,
and hence is an excellent advertising nme
diums.
Mr. B. H. HASBLA will call on the advertis
bg Dublic. os lit
. .
Wle, 110 t. Chrles tI, treet,
Will open o rNOVZTMIE 1 und r the mnn.
-ment ofM.ers FU tD & PAItKH, who will
e happto wait on thti r frl.o an ndthe oubllio.
MILLER & D)IELMANN,
5O, 52 and 54 south Petteru treet.
We deslre to Inall the attainnlto of our IIt lnlntr
ott. Oustomaru and t the n unilt In goenerl tlo our
large anil well siuleoted stofk of
_AJ N- 1) I I* I,.
hoth PLAIN and FANCY. Nino ulllTirrutt kinds
of tpure' Itve-year old
4CAtltIORNIA WINEgISl.
The largest asnsrtmnnt of FIIIEWOlIKR In
thn h ity.
We nillow a diRaonlnt on winn to ijolnr., and a
very liberal dil'ountl oi II 'row' ,rkn. ,)MN Mat.
CHAMPION PREltS.
IWIfR P'IEHM 1KH PREPAI'AtlE TO RECEIVE
a and onltpress,. uton favoruihln tlrms. traltilt
or forwalrdltln (lotton; also Cotton from T'Ir-t
roll's. Coopr r', Faectors' and Alnhatna l''rsomes.
COTTON TO BE I)OUIILED
will ct rur-elvod from any ot hle Pr .'a.sr. Tho
(IIMAN I'ULLEIt and (1111' TIE ero usaed
u (nn all C(ltonu amanlug through t.hli Proms.
For term's applv to
JOHIN 1. LAFITTE & CO..
Mannagr Loutslana (otton Tie Company.
ii427 it
BE YOU A LADY ORl A EGENTLEMAN,
If you wlsh to advanc'o your intorotst as wnll
as your colllfort.
BUY YOUR KIDS
- ATr
ICKREEGER'S.
o017 im tlip 140 canal treet.
NOTICE.
MrPEAx.aI'HE 1t0M. flOOM, hl Ot Il PRiiEtN'rATtIVk.,
New Or('latn, (h.'t lr '2$. 1I77.
Atpltiatonns will hbe roeolvld up to the lat of
1)lt'Oe llbter. 1J77
1. For the positlon of Pago. for whullh flften
are to be tslctted, ton white and Ilv colored. ait
wuags of It 25 for ot'lll (layi' uu'rvli'. 'l'h n ap
pli'ant, munt not be over sixtooni years of 11agI.
muslt (h of goiod moral chraLetor aItld know how
to re'nd and write.
2. For the position of Porter, for whleh Inin,
are to he' nlIoteil, six white anutd throe nolored,
at. Wigteau of $1 ruI f,r 'lah daly's servilce'.
Ew'h applinint, must statt, in his applicatilon
his ago. rsihldni,'u i andl olor. and, if from thie
lity. hils repries'itattlvni dls trlflt and accompany
the Ramne wilh thllu rici'onmilmendlation and it'Mtl.
monlal of two known reputabll uittlzens. verify
ing the age and u'hltralltor of thre tppll'ant, and
for the ttmlion of P'age, moroover. that, thle vp.
plioant can r.ad anld write.
WagesVI will bi pail altsl atf thl end of every
week. Applilatilons irust, b(e atddrueasmed to th ii'
lntlderalgnid ' tnali.di, lttnl ho dilivurnred to Capt.
Ed. Flood. Mur.gatint-utl -Armn.at thu Htatinte- louse.
IJ)Uft I11NMIl.
Ht!i kir hlouse of lletprest'ltatitves. v Louliintlau.
iOi"2 Iii
NOTICE.
The following lariff eof charges s idopI ol I byv
the Uldrqaiglned to AuguAst :a1. Is7H:
COMI'IlHl;SINO.
For foreign ptorts, dirnt, or ionetnwlsnt,
whether by steam, slLIl or railro(aI,
Der Ihalo ....... . ........... . ..... 7r (hnts.
For coastwlsn ports, steam, sall or
railroad, per bale ................ t.. to ,ents.
CHARGES TO SHIPPERS,
Drayago to shtp, Der bale .............. 25 ontd.
Labor on cottons hauled by shDppers,
payable on (tnlilvery, per halo .... 10 oents.
Covering sample holes with shippers'
patcho s ........... ......... ........ . frome
Extra nitldst . t :h ..................... 7!, cents.
OIn eatlton shiplmarkod, not ordlered
lhii day it. Is wetghed, storanit andi
labor, per hal', with the prlvlleng
of remallilhng thrio days ........... it conts.
After three days, sttorage for first.
mon.th, ncluding the three days . . a. cents'
HMALL NUMIEIIH.
On smalll numblers thtet chargn for lator
and storlagt for any perliod to :list
A ugust. 1878, per htaI ................ :NS (! ts .
On all lists or parts of 11sts of coftton
rneolvtl atn I weighedl for hauling
or tranlsfer to antother tpress, l)tul.
not hauledi the samtlle (lay it is weigh
id, Ita charge will be ltmaelo of. Dor
ltil ............... .. ...........i. a 'tonts,
Ext ral dra(Imt on (,ttion rotI lrld from
ship. steamler or railroad, iach way
twelve and a half ,'tnts. to bhi paid
Iby shipper. tloget her. pir bitl.t ... 25 cents.
For forwarding cotton, la Ior. ier
bale ................................ ... . (Ients.
On all cotton shill-mark(td or small
ntmblbolrd,. removed from onei press
to another for the purpose of sto r
age or comlr, BI1Cg. or shlpped
without belng c, nm lpretssed, pr blal(, 2, ciunts.
tio be patl by tlhe purelhasir fupon
delivlry of the cotton.
Cit.tton takien bty original planters' mark will,
If removed upon tih day It Is reoeivedt aInd
weighed, hi deliverted frtee of :iharge.
Levie, Steam Cotton Press. J. C. Deotls. Pros
Commercial Press. Smith & Golhlsm ith.
Canal Street Press..1. C. VanWickle.
Atlantic Proes. M. J. Znnts &Co.
Flreprof PrTess, . Ji. Moore.
Jackson Press, O Brint & Cio.
Louisiana P'ress, E. K. Bryant.
Natichez Pl'ress. L. A. Levy, Jr.
Orleans. Pelican uand Shipvers' Press, Sam'l
Boyd & Co.
Liverpool Press. Stanley & Co.
Penn, Kent ucky and Planters', Horndon &
Krum!hhaar.
Virginia Press, Lewis & lynil.
Union Press, P. i Mason. i2613 2w
PARIS FASIIIONS.
Ime. JULIE LaB. FISHEB,
Drmaking and Free Mi 1ery!
Parlors at the Turner Mansion,
188............CANAL STREET...........188
Bogs to inform her lady friends and the public
generally that she has on hand one( of the most
beaut ful and complete selections of Parisian
styles and fashions in
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS,
SHAWLS, Etc.
In her DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT she
has employed the best Parisian Artiste, and she
will be pleased if the ladies will call at her
I arlorq,
188 CANAL STREET.
Mime. Julie LaB. Fisher.
oc19 tf
KID hLOVES.
THE LARGEST STOCK.
THE BEST QUALITIES.
THE LOWEST PRICES,
THE FREnHEST OO00DS, at
K.E.I.U'S NEW KID GLOVE BIJOU,
~ tre %e st s te ol Stair.
•ý "- ..ý ,,
h et. , r i 8" . L
. .r s... b you arsa L,
New Orleans, Ontobnlr 2g, in77. O7 AIt*
O(lie of thie Factors and Traders' Insaur
anon Comoany, No. 137 Ctaondelet street-Neow
Orloans. (October 27, 1877-I roll and after da.n,
this comrpan will Issueo pvollile on marine
fjit.vr" ablo In ,THrAOf loss In IW a lion and
on25 im Meonetary.
apeelal Notlee--Pursunant to a resolutlon
tpasoed at tih tmeCeing of the, triends o[ imml
S'f ratlonl Womlnsndny. Ont,.,.er 24, at the Va R
dry ltines fn aJ, the tibl tare intvit to attenYd
a mnooting at ,xposltion Hall on WEDNESDAY,
Otnot.'er 1t. at 7 o'iotok p. m. l'ronmltnot. spnak
rns will aldronss the ;mooting. All Intnrested in
thI p..hlJet of immigratlon arer ,ordltally in
vit tof r, ltrfeseOlt.
TIPtIIAH GIBION, Prlsident.
(!. J. ITnnv, Htorrtary. o."27
apeelal Notice. - All persons having
olnnlms emainst tite Into JAME E E. OAMPI'ELL,
are rm l,.sted to present tin l ame at the otffio
of A. Hero, Jr., No. 17 or,,mmnrcial Plt'vn. and
lhosn indlteind to said dienasod are reoiuested
to settle at the samie phto).
WM CAMPBIEL.
M. H. AI'PLEGA E,
Moit 1t, utors.
Offlee of the Louislana Oil Companmy, No.
a7 Union street-The stookholders of this nom
paity are hereby notified that, in conformity
with the provisions of its charter, an election
for seven Dlirl'c,.Rs, to snrve during theo ens
ing year. tw 11 bo held at the offloo of the nowm
lany on MONDAY. Novemter i, 1$77, between
ihe Fhours of loa. m. and 2 V. m.
J. A. DaBLANO. Presldnt
A. ., LAN2rn, Hfe'rotary. or21 td
Notice--Wew Orleans Credit Peneler An~
snolatfion-Offlo 40 DoI)eatur street, New Orleans.
G(lotior 11. 1s77-HuiO lribers to the capittal stook
of tI bn assoolation are hereby notified that the
first monthly installment of Ton entr cent shall
toe dui, Vayahle at t.h;e oflloe of the assoclatlon,
on the 28th of Octoher. 1517,
Ily order of tho Board of Dirsntors,.
,"12 I.n 0. H. NORMAN, S.nrntary.
New orleans Credit Foneler Assoela
tion, .mllo No. 4 rDecatur etro.t-At an election
hnld Monday. Octoiesr R. 1577. the followin.
Sllnae entle.ran were chosn dir entors of this
ansoniatllo for the enscuing yearln to wit:
J. M. VILLAVAhsO, IWOBEIL IhOiERTH,
L. LAIU) TIE. I,. MolLO
JOH. No.L, A. HAULEt
(lUST. I'ITARD. F. T. F.LN ANDEZ.
A nd at a m,"tIng of thli Board of lireetors,
hold Octohbr 10. 1577. Mr. A. Iaulet, prohident.
and G(. II. Norman, snnretary, were unaniUmoius
ly rr-nl,,t,.d for tha en lsing year.
0012 mi (1. H. NORhMAN. Secretary.
FOR IENT - THE DESIIIABLE TWO-HTORY
Ofratlm dwelling with t tirs, with aIll th|
o)llo rn itlllrovlrnenos, halls. dining room.
!areht'd parl trs, "t+t, on Col su Iii amntet., No. m24.
Itotwoon Fu"rtlh iand Washington strests. For
furthtr artitllaltrs app ly at the New Orlnrtlst
Cridt. Va'n'lr Ass'rtllatln. N, 40 l)ecatur
s.t r t. hot two',n (Clstolhoullnt and 1 lloitlvilI,.
(515 1W
LtOII rENT--ELEGANTLY F U It N 1R II E D
Srooms. sn, al or Iil sulitl,' with oitard, at No).
(eI Iotnurbon striot, noar (italI. 027 lt 1in
rlIO HENI'--BY A G(OD TENAN T (RENT
n not to exeoed $uc to 115), a house tontusllntng
three or four rl'ms, with goud yard. HlMcgli
r, ttagjr proferrcd. L[eattid ixstwween (.intstanleo
anld Franklihn anld M.nllmnel'anditll Jilll str~uats.
No ntgro ntllghhorltoo. Adldruess TENANT.
I)lrol'rlt.nt omflo'. Oc2i;
T RENT- THE TlhEIEE-HTORIY IIOUIHE
N,,. oi I loval streot, hItwcun (!tontI iandr l1.1r
vll.e, 'cominrising a fine store andi a llrtmr.nts.
(I,. d Iocaillon for Iiuslitsss. Pss.Hsnloli given
Imnoldatnii,y. Aipply toI.
I. CLAVEL,. Plraggist.
(Corn'r St. i'eltor ind Daiphintit st roits.
002o3 Int',
IFOil RENTi-TII Ei o3;iOMFOIiFABLE BED
1 ro(mrun inl Al'rltllv private family. I'arlor
and privalte tablts glve., If prUlnreld. No ehil
dron In the hIous' or oth ler boa rdelrs. Lolatiol
ptloasant and convonient. Address D., Demo
crat oll,'o. oenl trf
FOR RIENT-TH AT DATPIRABLE OFFICE,.
I on osond floor of No. 48 Union street, for
mtrly occuplod tiy Messrs. Alkens & Watt, with
sflceo furniture vault and ga flxtures completo.
Ayply to A. LE4tI, No. a4 Perdido street.
oc7 lm
OB RENT. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD
handsome. well furnishoed aartments in
that most eligibly situated residence No. 22
R]amnpart street, between Canal and d(ommon
streets. oMcT tim
f'OR RENT-THE TWO VERY DEMIBABLE
S Two-story tusidn'ldo ,s. wih gas flxtures
complete. corlnor Philip and Malztne streets,
Fourth District. Apply to A. LEVI. No. ;t Per
dido street. oc7 lm
l1OR RENT -A FEW FINELY FURNISHED
A roi.mis near Canal stroeet. Apply at tho
Dermoorrtt till P. o0 tf
STRAYED.
W ANDERED. FROM NO. iss, CARONDELETr
stroeet, a largi. NEWFO(UNIiLAN1D DOG.
answerlng to the name of Byron. A reward
will blo glven. tca.l it
BOARDING.
MEDICAL HTUDENTH, ATTENTION--Large
ton fortahlo roomls, with I rslt-Itlas board,
carn he oltalttlnd In a priv.teo family, only onlo
tlock from the colloege. Terms $25 per month,.
Address W. A. B., at this offlco. 0o25 Mt
SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-- OMFORT.
i ably furnished front rooms can be obtained,
with or without board by the day, week or
month, by applying at the elegant private resl.
donce No. 141 Carondeolt street. Parties in
search of home comforts will find this a rare
opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to
the house. References exchanged. l328 tf
FOR SALE.
Ot'OR f ALE - AN ELEGANT AND COM
I l poto sot of furnitur,, desks and filxtures,
utlthblit for la anking or c'ounting-housMe. Ap
ply to HIBEIINIA NATIONAL BANK. otl tt
IiOR SALE-AN UPRIGHT PIANO. NEARLY
I now; will be sold cheap. Apply at 224Eighth
streot. sa7 ti
FURNISHED ROOMS.
jlARGE AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
apartments In one of the most eolgant private
residenoes of the' city. Convenient to Canal
street awLd l Utsirtss localities.
Unexceptionable referonces exchanged.
Rootms with privatt table. if dtsirod. Fami
lies sekking it desirable lon(.utiont. canl addlress
Box 3010, or inquire at the office of the Demo
crat. 8021
FALL, AND WINTER OPENING
-0'-
IMPORTED MILLINERY.
"Mine. Roma, Rey2oir,
No. 9 Chartres Street. Near Canal,
-WILL HIAVE HER OPENING ON
Monday and Tuesday, November 5 and 6,
-Of the Latest Receive'l
PARIS BONNETS, IATS,
-And other Novelties in
MILLINERY,
to which the Ladies in general are respectfully
invited.
N. B.-No 'ards. o001fi m
LUMBER ! CABINS I LUMBER I
The undersigned are still offering their stock
in trade at lowest rates. The prices of their
celebrated
CARRE PLINTATION CABINS
have been so reduced a to be within reach of
all. Send for price lists.
f W. W. CAOBE & CO.,
s1o Delord street.
sett New Basia. New Orlems
Ile'A'LVA' tll l IWAl'fei -t1ý ta1lSA
I uremsakers snud es"rwee.
WtANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. A SITUA
Stlion to isw: sa fl st-,nlus oporator on ew
hAddmras4 ., the boat of referenee tiven.
Coks, Nuarses. Chambermaids, lIte.,
In'ANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY A SITU
- • atlon to do sewing tand light Isouework.
Address A. H., 1to Magazlne stront. ounl 1W
WTANTED--I.Y A RENPECTAIBLE VOUlrN
g irl. a sitnation to do dining-roon orn
howins 't k,. 'Can give eity rnfercnoes. Adl
dr! IM. ., thIs ,m e. oi1l
iTANTED- IBY .A ILEPi'F(rABI,E YOUNG
V Irl, a situatlion as nmorsn and houso girl.
lanh givi good refr'ronf. Adhirass No. sO Thalla
strort, near Ht. 'rhormas. otal
ATANTED- IIY A YOUNG FIIENCHIMAN
S( just arrivnd). at situation as cook in a prli
va'r family or hboardlng-house. Is thoroughly
competent. Is a s. a o'rid pnstry eook, Ad
dress J. D.. Dnmoera o , fl,. n('t St
'TATANTErD-HY A Will r'E GIRL. who is a
S" goond (,0k and 1 at good washer and Ironer.
i ltuatlon in either enaplavty in a smiall private
family. Adudroes A. G.. Democrat offilce.
00)5! ilt_
tWTANTED--A SITUATI'ON BY A ILEtI'E:T
l V alo cirl to Ido housework tand sw. I'llas
address Z. ,, hl o n, 0fll. o0an :t
WTANTED-A SITUATION IN AN AMERI
V can family ,y a flrst-lass cook. Bnforenoe
givtn if rtq.luird. Addressa M. M.. 215 Julia
street. otro It
t'WANTED-A MITUATIONI 1BY A YOING
girl, to wash and Iron and flute by thO
mwahine o r by the tong. Thtr Ilost of raferenros
given, if requsird. Address 494 (const.anoe
sI ret. 0'27
SITUATIONS WANTIED-MALES.
Clerks and naleemen.
AN EXI'EIIIEN'CEI ACCOUNTANT WHO
Ihas sone hotllr orf tlh d'ay iat his dllsowf l,
dlesires mploymernalit, posting bookfs or i1djllft
Ing complicati d aI 'Ounltsl. Uhargs rAflonable.
Good roffrono .s, Address II., Demoocrat offire.
W ANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED CLERK.
i tpa istion in i sforn, Will a"1ort, 1ono with
Iar mall saary. Best of reforenoes given. Ad
, I ro A. I ., this offli t'.. O2A 1w
WAJANTED) A SITUATION IN A (WHOLE
V saaliJe or rrtiall) grocery ffatrre by a young man
who lhas heru s.Roral years' experlrnar in a
fountry storn,. Willing to work for a living sal
ary. Addrfss G. K., carn this ifl,.. nosnft
W ANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
Y•aharv'tn'r a sitlnatlon In .at Offics or
wyholesalo house. Is not afraid of hard work.
ast, of refoerrnffs furnished. Address M. H. D.,
rnofrat Offine. solf't
HELP WANTED--EEIIALIES.
Chambermaids. Cooks, Narses, ete.
W ANTED-JBY MR8. BLOCK, NO. 142 CAMP
street, for tho tMountry, one Cook, one
Washar and one Gardoenr. THu on hand a
good housekeeper. aul7 tf
MRTBI. BLOCK-NO. 142 CAMP STREET, HAB
o. n hand the txrst kind of help for city and
co(ntry; has on hand one good German girl an
housekOep.r. au17 tI
HELP WANTE1-NALES.
(Clerks, alsesmen, etc.
W ANTEID-HII'TUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
wh, iN an t exprlaonfed bill clerk. lqulok
ilandl i'luralte at .r., igara an nxenollnrnt salna
m in. Will annlagig, on it vary small salary. Trr
me. Afdlra,, . . T.. I., motrat offlo,. oenm at
-W. ANTED A COMPETEN'r CLOTIHING
elorx, for a coutntry stro. RDcnking
Ilrfrnchl and English. Atppl at No. f4 loiyi,
ft rust. 1,(n.Af
WANTED-PUPILS.
WATANTED-A YOUNG ILADY THIOROUOIG
V IIn munilo would lik" to have at few iupils;
Is Vapahln of Instructing beginnirrs In a asre
Inrthod. .o thnt they will lh well grounded and
advancer rapidly. Address E. A.. Democrat
office. xf14f t
WITANTED-A GENTLEMAN IN DELICATE
health dilsiras to spend the winter in the
South, and would like a position In a family as
tPecher of young bhlldron, In city or country.
He would consder thbe ci orts of a home an
equivalent for services. Best of rferenceso
given. Address H., box 2411. New Orleans.
WVANTED-BY A TEACHER A POSITION
to teach. In eitlher a fam ly or a school.
for board for self and two children. Address
"D." this office. Jeu tf
UISCELLANEOUS.
WAANTED - TO RENT. A FUIRNISHED
Shus in a niro norihbothf od- -upipr part
of the itly. Muitable for a family of four or five..
No chli tron. A good f'hann.a 1to sfefurre a prompt,
payling tonant.. who will glarantra thie Isst care
of furniturn. pent must be low. Address D. M.
l., I)ernocrat offi.o. ot'l( 2t*
A MIDDLE-AGED MARRIED MAN A NA
tiva of this city andi a graluate of the ifigh
Hhfool. actlve, Strung and hearlthy. wants cm
fhloyment of any kind. (Jotlon prtrs yard. warr
Ilouse, railroad clerk, or any outdoor work pro
ferred. Anything. anywhere, any price. Ad
drrss W. T., this offnle. or27 tf
W ANTED-IN THE COUNTRY, BY A FAM
Ily consisting of only iaut gntleman and his
wife. two vomeotilntl, rffs nrtable Itnd well-re
commfnldend mniddilfr-..farl whi t' sfervants, rfoiar
as nokr), tthe other nas housemaid and seamstress.
Apply with rucofmmanlatlions at 514 Baronnf
straret. ro24
W ANTED-A HITUATION BY A MAN HAV
rilg a good knrowladge of buslnes. large
cxrorl.ne In working mnn. rand ihas t[aonI con
sRlderfd ra godl praotloftl farmer. Will ba op(fn
to an angrgrrmntnt January 1, 187f. Best of reo
frencerno. Can loan htl. fmrplfyer soveralr thou
tandl dollars on long timlr. Address Frar k Van
Ormo, Aurora. Ill.. box 4r_,. ff25 lot*
-1 .50FOI PIANO TUNINO-BEST WORK.
*P oO 30 Magazlne. D. LEECH. Hoirco
Plaiast. jyi ly
WI ANTID-SUGAR COOLERS IF HOUND
g foodl order and cheap. PLANTER. Dem
ofrat office. . S02 tf
W ANTED-BY AN ACTIVE AND EXPE
rI rlencrd yolng man., farm with stoc:k
and implmentso to work on sharesh, or will take
chargo of It for a statfld as ltry. BRst of refIer
once furnlshad. Address FAMEIR, Democrat
offee. s se tf
ANY A
Painting to-day?
-BY
UNIACKE,
-Go TO
14 Ex~hange
'la.e,
oc26 ly
JERSEY AND ALDERNEY
MILK. MILK. MILK.
Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had
Corner Carondelet and Common street
and Braneh. No. 69 Canal street,'neaj
the Custom.House, North Wide.
The only place; In the city where this cele
brated milk can be procured.
Pure, rich and swe't Jersey and Alderney
Milk and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass. re
ceived daily on ice, via Jackson Railroad. from
the famous Areola Dairy Farm. Said stock is
from the well-known Fowler's importations of
Jersey and Aldern eattle.
Also kept on hha& Mea48oda. Viehy. W&
oral Waters, Ecn-made P sad P !.Il.
Wibltlfbp
LAST WEEK 19DU
Sundeay, Mn1c v ar Wed
THE T l'PANI,
Wednnsdlay and Thursday-OURl 2O
Friday and 8at rdtay Non and
now Pi4HE. THF NAU(I -
nSundaiy. Niov. 4-THE OrT l rr () HRATIO
(ion. 8. Knight and Worrell hinters
V AItllTIEH T IHATRE.
OPENINOT NI(iHT.
Monday, eNoember A, 1.S-7.
Firat, appoaranons In this Oity of
KATE OLAXTOIN,
In her charw..arltailon or
THiE BLIND GIRL,
in the powerful play in sla parts.
THi TWO ORlPHANS,
AP originally actnd in Now York, with a. mA&w.
mirahle ws.lgnment of the ohnariaetul
. esastur tesr and appoitnm S t
MA tINELH W-W nodRay and Mti rtlf,.
FFRI AY--Kat+. (Iaxton In her not NOil W Tom,'01.. _
til OS' ,,A.
CON4TANUE,
In the emotional play, entitled
('t@TCIESVKlb.
Halo t semi o will otnmEonen at the 9lthi.
IWEIºNI'MDAY, O(,~t ltr a1. at 10 a6 m -
000, tf
STj OHAiRLEH THAT&I A
-+ k7,jon--(mmonmnl H ND QetY,
-Matil lsl, WEDN'EIDAY annl A.U'rI
Flirt ape T ranQi n oa yn rJ t
n-wnnd BIS~I(ttEB WAM LY and t
4omInif ,I Ht< f r ArtistI Miss ANN
IEIHA IjKI(1b ll the muitat .p
Cor nt Soloistl In Amo ; MIl
MOI(IAN, the only lady vbone
in the world; Miss KATI
DramVo tVtl gre at D
and FA NI:, M ty HOktt h knth i
W. M EF. Amerle~'s greatest
toamlrst. and ltl o entiro oompaynl, en1
Pingu urt.on Talentas Artlss, will
ln a proramme repltet with novelty,
flewlno with rellned mirth andipr
rall tlhenrn iuiial alttractionts of
Rea.rved sfeats secured dally at Box IOm
ENIERE' GAIRDEN,.
WeN II and I bourouen street,
H. WlNUEKO , Proprietor,
HAn boon newly Ifr~ao, d, and Is n th
EHT' H ALL In thlo outh. The artiste)
ment of the hall was opnnod to pU
tlon on Saturtlay, the P1th Inat., t 7 o'0 J'
A largo number of European and
pavrs al wast on file.
'Thr.o rooms for ladles and famlles, withf
arate ontrance.
The largmst Orehnstrlon In the world !
from II o'olook a in. to 12 m,
Philip Best's M IWAUKEE LAOEBII f
Flve Conts a lanM. 0011 S
FACTORS AND TBADERS'
INSURANCE COMPAN
Paid up Capita, $1,000,000.
Assets April 80, 1877, $1,sl8,000
ISSUES POLICIES COVERING FIBl
AND MARINE RISIES
-AT
LOWEST TARIFF RATE,
ED. A. PALFREY. President.
JNO. CHAFFE, Vide Preelsdet.
THOS. P. WALEZE.
John I. Noble. T. Irtt. Ly
John Chafte. ESamtul H.
Richard Milliken. Joseph Mosreo
J. I. Warren, Wm. J, Bdeh
R. T. Buckner, B. F. PeoMeatsli..,
Sam'I Friedlander. Wm. a, Blask,
A. A. Yates. COhan. Oba F,.
John I. Adams, L. 0. Jurey,
IsRaa, nherck, Wm. Hartwell,
R. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds,
A. II. May. A. T. Janin.
S. H. Snowdon, Joe. Bowln. '
A. M. Blckham.
CIINA--OLi.AN.
VINET.
ýv..........Canal street...........
Near Rampart street,
Invites his friends' anti the public In general
visit his store, oxamin', his goods', and
themselvos that they
Can auy Cheaper frem Mta,
CROCKERY, STOVEH AND HOUSE
ING GOODS.
FURIJNITURE! YJURNITU3Bf
ALL KINDS OF NEW FUBNITUBE, .
sUCa AS
BEDROOM NETS, PARLOR SET S, .
PATENT LOUNGES AND CHAIBi. U -
For sale at ths lowemt prices by
JOHN BO s, ,
IS!...........Camp Street..............
FURNITURE TAKEN ON STORAGE
BPECIAL NOTIPE--.Rcond-hand Puaranlut
bought Idso and lliberaC l caseh prices paid,
'409.3 30
CITIZENS' SAVIIOS BANE,
(A Bank for Small Savings)
GBUNEWALD HALFL
-2............. arenne street........n...... L
SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTNNL
This Savings Bank will receive on depol. s_
pay interest at the rate of 6 per cent per
on such small sums of money as may frm
to time be offered thereforby meehanhes,
minors and others, thus securina r
from robberypaecident or fraud, and soa
ing a means of profit on savings by the
annual interest paid.
By stpeial provision of law, married
and minors can deposlt moe
name, and it can be drawn by
Suach deposits cannot be ontrolled b
bands parents or tutors.
Apply for Charter and Br-ILaws
J.LNN. aPBNSA.sTO3 .:
M. BENNEB. Cashier.
1 WOW
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