ie. SI Park Dew, new woro,
.Ae authorised to oontract for advertising in
our per o no27 tt
IBSD POTATOES ! SEED POTATOES!
H Ohst oe 13A1KM% 1 E,.
Ioton and n store, for sleE AN
Is.~ ~ A vELANOf fo
am st 55 Tchoupitoulas street..
IN PRICE OF
LEA & PERRTL¶S'
IIONOUNOED B! EXTRACT
of a artama from a
CONNOISSEUMS MEDIOAL GErNTLS
r MAN AT MADIAR to
TO BE TE ehis brother at
Wonis mia, May,
OL STell LEA A% PEnaItN
. i irºthat their Samce is
cif l17 e et med in
Ah~apiloblea th~a .Inm
AM M plloabie na per nm
opl6te mo s1
. ; YaflaT! the moat Whole
man some ptauoe that is
Giving the Consumer Not Only
Ite Nest, butthe Most Economi
Signature on every bottle.
JOHN NUNC&N'4 NONS,
* 3.array street and I Union Square,
2!ua r NEW YORK.
'IM ,U s AIflIcted with Chronic 3i1
eages, Declared to be Incurable.
fAL muss abandonedgly the physicians will be
man will pay hisnono only after ha,
ben cured, and the poor man will be
es.tsd attended toand curedfur nothing, byl
D. J. B+A U,
( mit and Professor of Phrenology,
Wh 'esri sen every day from 8 o'clock in the
morn toe4o'cOlock ln-tbuoveonlng, at --
Ne. 48 3OUR3ON STREET.
ecio which he has obtained by means
I and invigoratinn remedies, and
Verson ally to palents. is well
e as , andi ready to prove, in
i~ns meinuponthe Mississippi
aa n oed y physicians and
to eir beds for many years. Many
ded hrathland tefr~shnesshof
new system of treatment is unequaled and
in all oases of ap arent apoplexy,
S epaaneuralgia, hemorrhage,
euoorrhea, strture, direayes
fever, diseases of the eyes and sick
t tomaoh. persistent and rebellious
ton, and all these chronic diseuse8,
in u thern climate, strike afflicted
-bring them down to the grave by
t nt all remedies
ora btkeis arsenic. caurcury and quin
diasuauy ause the loss of the teeth,
of altthe organs, a d leaves the
a4 prostration, by acting inju.
a s faculties, and very ften
S a which be did not have.
science alone has the power of
o tte aymp oms that chara terize
la discover all the phases of exist.
te e iis data onl from profound
not surprise it astonishes, and
t of its truth the consulting patient
he can be cured and the way he is
Consultatoene at the sinee,
Sl asmeil 04 now Im
'' MLLER & DIELMANN,
RAVE ON HAND
CASKS CLARET, Pure and 5 years old.
150 0 .. "' Pure and 5 years old.
100 BE NG.Pure and 5 years old.
i0 Pure and 5 years old.
s0 .. o Pure and 5 years old.
So A Ei4CA, Pure and 5 yrs old.
so .. MUIAT Pure and 5 years old.
so .. G PE BRANDY, Pure and 5
ho bble Old Rye and Bourbon WHISKY.
All at lowest prices, with discount to jobbers,
MILLER 1 DIELMANN'8.
50, 52 and 54 touth Peters street.
All kinds of plain and fancy CANDIES, at
m P MILLER & DIELMANN'S,
e, 62 and 54 South Peters street.
All kind of FIREWORKH at factory prices.
tl lbral discount to jobbers, at
s, MILLER & BIELMANN'S.
Ron 50 , 64 and 54 South Peters street.
OTICE-THE PUBLIC 18 HEREBY NO
a t 4(t to negotiate a certain NOTE, of
` b r, 1a74, drawn by Messrs, Delucky
is to the order of Messrs, Bodet & Guey
rotiers. for the sum of five hundred and
-two dollars and twenty-six cents, with in
s per cent per annum from date till
znote. e property of the under
ET & GUEYDAN BROTHERS.
ew Orleans. November 17, 1877. no25 8t
ATIONS AND FARMS FOR RENT
CITIZws' BANK o0 LousfANA,
New Orleans, Nov. 20,1877.
following Plantations and Farms are o
for sale on rea-onable terms; or for rent
ear l898. Proposals for rent to be made
Bank on or before loth December next
PROPERTIES. DESCOIwr'N. AREA.
. sperance Pl'n. cotton m2
West.'...xo lands unlmpr'd 756
.B " gle Cane Place, cotton 4720
.o .. -oihgowsn Place, cotton 1440
o a...No.- rmandy Place, cotton 11oo
. Roos.& Marks Place. cotton l0oo
Rouge-BIddin Brown, unimpr'd eec
Rouge- Wm. Noble Place cotton 1100
S use- iScotland"(sub-div.) cot'n 1000
n Ruge.NewportPlace, unimpr'd 1000
a ge.HaygoodPlace, cotton s8o
Olana..BeddilnPlaee. unimpr'd 640
ciana -Booker Place. unlmpr'd 640
* Cole Plate. unlmi'r'd 500
ant. -Mount Willing, eotton pt'n 670
a. .W. K. Prior, unmur'd 240
a.D PipJenee cotton pl'zi 320
a. John ~enee. cotton pl'n 966
J. E.Norwood, unimpr'd sos
. ..... B T. Smith, sub-divided 200
.J. H. Carter. sugar 1842
... .J. J. Orlard, sub-di idet eeoc
" lR. C. Camp. unimur'd 35o
.. M.8. Black, sugar 479
. M B. Black, unimpr'd 1480
e..,... R. Slack. unimur'd 370
l.."....,Mrs. dl. Lsuve, unimpr'd 700
n n.......CGeo. Shadbourne, unimpr'd 10oo
onse..."W. D. Brigham, cotton 1249
nes .- .Fennyy, sugar 3200
t pee.Woodbourne, sugP: 12j
R. H. Peterson, cot. & stock 2700
. C. A. Thornton, cotton 1500
H. Boyce, unimpr'd w0o
--Yaraboro, unimpr'd 640
Oa- Geo. Hill. unlmpr'd 1eeo
Alf. Dejsan, sugar so
T. A.Cook, llnimpr'd 520
: . So:is. uniupr'd 1eee
Magno-lia. rice 1440
e.....La l s Bros., rice o000
A.. P.-nn, unlmpr'd 328
m D GOruy. saw mill 950
.. M. Thompson, st'k farm 1280
. Ion." cotton 2170
moetto." cotton 1593
". a Snyder, unimpr'd 920
ride, unimrr'd iso
g J.-. , sub-di 'd 850
as Mdbrde. .. Wo. unnimDpd 250
L 1 uniapr'd 4008
-A. unla'pr'dr 0
From the great auction sale of last Tuesday
and Wednesday, at which the entire stock of
Messrs. E. Mollnie & Co. (large importers) was
sold at the highest bid, we took advantage of
this extraordinary opportunity, and will offer
PRICES THAT WILL DESERVE YOUR
As the goods were imported by Messrs. E
Molinie direct from the manufacturers of
France, they are CAREFULLY 8ELECTED to
meet the wants of this section.
Having bought this
HALF THE IMPORTATION PRICE,
We propose to allow our friends and customers
the benefit, and
Will Offer To-Morrow
THE ENTIRE STOCK.
' Without going into details, we would call your
attention. amongthe MANY EXTRAORDINARY
BAROAINS, to the following:
At 50 cents a pair.
BOYS' FULL FINISHED FRENCH SOCKS.
At 15 cents a pair.
Worth 6o cents, at 26 cents a yard.
WHITE TARLATANS (French). ,
At $1 75 for 183 yards.
We would also call your attention to
CHOICE BLACK GOODS,
which we received from this great sale, and
60 pieces BLACK FRENCH DELAINES
at 25 cents.
100 pieces BLACK FRENCH DELAINES
at so, as and 4o cents.
20 pieces BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES,
at so and 60 cents a yard.
The Very Finest Black French Cashmeres,
at 75 and 9o cents.
Bombasettes, Tamises, Etc.,
AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES.
Also, twenty-five pieces
of the famous "Bonnet" maks
At 81 a Yard,
Never sold in New Orleans for less than $1 so.
French Organdies, Two Yards Wide,
At 25 cents a yard.
It will be to your interest to pay us an early
call and secure bargains in desirable goods.
157 Canal street.
DETWEEN WUUMR'ON AND DAUPEINE.
w7.ees#seay a 'sat esalt e at.
CATALOGUE AND PRICES
147 CANAL STREET,
Detween Bourbon and Dauphine .t..,
Cutlery and Silverware Department.
Six steel KNIVES with FORKS, for 750.
Finer goods at 9e0. to se per set.
Six silver-plated TEASPOONS. for 500.
Six silver-plated TABLESPOONS. for 750,
Six silver-plated TABLEFORKS, for 75c.
Finer grades at 950. to $2 66 per set.
Silver-plated five-bottle CASTOR, 750. to $5.
Silver-plated NAPKIN RING, for 16o. to $1 so.
Six Ivory NAPKIN RINGS, for 750. etc.
STANDARD WORKS, as Dickens. Mary
Holmes, Mrs. Harlan. 960. each.
Works of all the celebrated poets, only eso. each.
All these books are elegantly bound.
TOY BOOKS, from loc. to s$ 50 each.
Album and Leather Goods Department.
A beautiful fifty-picture ALBUM, for soc.
twenty different st) lee of ALBUMS, for 880. to
Fifty different styles of ALBUMS, ranging from
$1 up to $20 each.
The most superb collection in the Ubited
Autograph ALBUMS, quarto size, 95e.
Russia Leather POCKET-BOOKS. 850, 400, 500.
650, 850, $1 up to $8.
MUSIC FOLIOS, with spring back, 960 only.
BACKGAMMON BOARD, complete, with Dies
and Oheckers, only 900.
WORKBOXES and DESKS, from 900, up to $15.
Human Hair and Toilet Goods.
Real French HAIR BRAIDS. for eec.
r Twenty-six inches long HAIR BRAIDS, at $2 25.
CURLS, FRIZZETS, PUFFS, etc.
(We have just received from auction a lot of
5000 HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES, and we
shall give our customers the benefit of this
FLORENCE HAIR, Hat and Cloth Brushes.
TOILET MIRRORS, with rubber back, 5cc., 75e.,
gee. to $1 75.
Rich DRESSING CASES, for ladies and gentle
men, very suitable for presents, from $3 up
Our Jewelry Department,
IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN NEW OR
We sell only the BEST ROLLED GOLD PLATE
GOODS. and lower than any other house.
Also French GARNET, RUBBER, ONYX, CEL
LULOID CORAL. SHELL and FANCY
JEWELRY, at prices not to be equaled by
any other firm.
Bohemian Glass and China Ware.
Rich VASES, at eoc., 75c. up to $3.
Elegant TOILET SETS, at Sec. up to $10.
China CASPIDORS, 75c. up to si Sc.
French China TETE-A-TETE SETS, etc.
SMOKERS' SETS, eec.
CARD RECEIVERS, etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN THIS DEPARTMENT
Doll and Toy Department.
BUY DOLLS HERE AND SAVE MONEY.
WAX DOLLS. from icc. up to sic, comprising a
variety of over ice styles.
CHINA DOLLS, from icc. to $2.
KID DOLL BODIES, $i, 61 25, $1 50.
DOLL HEADS, all sizes, from 0cc. to $5, in
Wax. Biscuit, hubber and China.
In the Toy Line
We have everything what pleases the little ones,
both Girls as well as Boys,
China TEA SETS, from 4oc. up to $5.
Brittania TEA SETS, from 25c. up to $2.
KITCHEN SETS, STOVES. and PIANOS which
never get out of order.
Crandell's celebrated A B C and PICTURE
BLOCKS, from 15e. up to $1 Sc.
All the la~est novelties in Mechanical Toys
MONEY BANKS, TRUNKS, DOLL HOUSES,
etc., TOOL CHESTS, from 35c. up to sio.
GAMES-Amusing and instructive: CHESS,
DOMINO, BACKGAMON, PARLOR CROQUET,
GREAT REPUBLIC. CHESSINO, CRIBBAGE,
and fifty other games, from 25c. up to $1.
In addition to the above goods we have
thousands of other articles.
Please remember that we sell beautifully
carved Walnut BRACKETS from 35c. 4p to 95c.;
also, WALL POCKETS, MATCH SAFES, etc.
LOOKING-GLASSES, size i0 by 17, only 85c.
Best UMBRELLA in town only 9cc.
Velvet and Gilt EASEL FRAMES at prices
which cannot be duplicated elsewhere.
LAMPS, GOBLETS, etc.
ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES at prices which
will please you.
Merchants will find it to their advantage to
buy of us.
C.O.D.ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
THE CHICAGO TRAME PACME,
Louisiana Asseelattoa Army Of Tennes.
gee--There wjll besipeet~ing of this association
THIls (Tuesdayi EY..EING, a t 7o'loofck, at tile
Senate Chamber, M~hanies' Institute. Punc
tual attendance is requested, as important
business will be transacted. B order of
GEN. G. T BEAUREGA D, President.
J. C. Gornixo, itecording Secretary. now7 it
special Netice to Taxpayers.-We will
pay CITY TAXIS prior to 187e at a liberal dis
Delinquent STATE TAXES will have to be
paid this month to obtain the benefits of Act 28
of 1877, relieving delinquents of penalties.
We will pay all STATE TAXES on favorable
JOHN KLEIN & CO..
Note, Stock and Bond Brokers,
nosa 5t as Carondelet street.
Secvial Notice-Parties having two-band
Springfield breech-loading RIFLES for sale,
can find a purchaser by applying at No. ss Com
mon street. no24 tf
A meeting of the stoekholders of the
New Harbor Protection Company, will be held
at the office of the pppany, (rooms f Bord of
Underwriters) on MONDAY. December d 1877s
from 12 to 1 o'clock, for the election of Seven
Directors fort be urrent ear
nois 16t CHASL UdLHbBN. Secretary.
Ofoee Sun Mutual Insurance Company,
No. 52 Camp street, New Orleans November is,
1877.-In conformity with artilde four of the
charter, notice is hereb given that an election
will be held by the sto kholders at the offilee of
the company, on MONDAY, December s, 1877,
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. n.. for
twenty-four directors to serve during the ensu
n0o1 M&Etd H. CARPENTER. Secretary.
The annual meeting ot the stock
holders of the New Orleans Sugar Com
many for the purpose of electine directors for
the ensuing year will be held at No. 1s8 Gravier
street on MONI!AY, December 8. 1577. at 9
o'clock a. m. nold 1St
New Orleans Canal and Banking Com
pany-New Orleans, Nov. 15, 1877.-The annual
election for seven directors of this institution
to serve during the ensuing year, will be held
at its banking-house corner of Camp and
Grader streets, on the second MONDAY of
December next (the loth). between the hours of
1o a. m. and 2 p. m.
noun td CH. JUMONVILLE, Cashier.
Onen of the Factors and Traders' Insur
ance Company, No. 17 Carondelet street-New
Orleans, October 27, 1877- rom and after date,
this company will issue policies on marine
risks, payable in case of I , in London and
Liverpool. THOMAS ! WALKER.
odse 1m Secretary.
FOR RENT-THAT ELIGIBLY LOCATED
and -well--arranged-two -stor y fame- house
No. 162 First street, between Magazine and
Constance streets. Contains e!ght rooms (with
gas throughout), besides two pantri* s, bath
room. etc., two cisterns paved yard. Keys next
door at No. 162%;. Apply to JAB. T. RODD, No.
15 North Front street. no25 27 21 29'
FOR RENT-THE CONVENIENTLY SITU
ated premises corner of Exchange Alley and
Bienville street, containing twelve large and
comfortabi"* rooms and a saloon, The rooms
and the saloon may be rented together or sepa
rately. For further particulars apply to E. J.
Bermudez, office 14 Royal street. no28 25 27'
FOR RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, single or in suites with board, at No,
68 Bourbon street. near Canal. oc27 Im'
F OR SALE-ONE NEGRO BOY, s YEARS
old, 8 feet high* weight 200 pounds. Said
boy was raised in gentucky; and at the same
time offer a fine assortment of top and no-top
Buggies and Barouches and a new style of doc
tors Buggies, all of which will be sold to suit
the times. Call and examine at once. No 35
no28 in L. T. MADDOX.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS-FOR
gentlemen or family, at 14 Liberty street.
near Canal (south), known as the Fulton resi
dence. no26 7t'
ARGE AIRY ROOMS, FURNISHED OR
I unfurnished, with or without board. in
strictly private family. References exchanged.
Address J. E H.. Democrat office. nowa 3t'
A PRIVATE FAMILY IN THE FOURTH
District would take a gentleman to board;
price, sae per month. References exchanged.
Neighborhood guiet and pleasant. Address
COMMISS1ON. Democrat ofice. no27 5t
SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-00C)[O T.
ably furnished front rooms can be otained,
with or without board by the day, week or
month, by applying at the elegant private rest
dence Noise4 Carondelet street. Parties in
search of home comforts will find this a rare
opportunity A fine bath-room also attached to
the house. leferences exchanged. Zets tU
DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON'S
ARRIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS.
DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON,
N. 3. C. S. LONDON, . 3. Glesen,
Author of " Practical Observations on Nervous
Debility," "Essay on Marriage," etc.,
Senior Proprietor of the Missouri
State Museum of Anatomy,
St. Louis. Mo.,
Begs to inform the citizens of New Orleans
and vicinity, and especially those who have al
ready availed themselves of his services, that
he has returned to the city for the season, and
may be consulted, till the 31st March next, at
his old rooms,
O Rampart Street, Between Canal and
And may be consulted DAILY from 10 a. m. till
8 p. m., and from 6 till 8 p. m.
Dr. DAVJESON. having adopted as his line of
practice the treatment and cure of
Has spent years of study and research in that
branch of Medical Science bearing specialiy on
the sufferings arising from YOUTHFUL FOL
LIES OR INDISCRETIONS, causing nervous
mental and physical debility, and the loss of all
vitality, andhis long and varied experience in
the best European Hospitals, together with
ears of the most successful .practice, both in
Europe and America, enable him to guarantee
Relief to All Sufferers
who consult him. Dr. DAVIESON has been
specially and remarkably successful in his
Treatment by Correspondence.
It is, however, desirable that at least one per
sonal intorvipw should be had if practicable.
Dr. DAVIESON especially Invites the atten
tion of those who by placing themselves under
the care of ignorant charlatans have only in
creased their sufferings. The phy-ician who
understands his profession and labors with in
telligence to advance it in the respect of men,
is a bene'actor to mankind and the high esti
mation in which Dr. DA VIESON is held by
physicians themselves, is proof that all who
apply to him may have
Implicit Faith in a RapId and Perma.
Dr. DAVIESON'S work, "Practical Observa
tions," now in its 160th edition, will be found a
valuable guide, and may be had, bound in
cloth, price' 25 c'nts by addressing the author,
Dr. SYDNEY DAVIE'ON, No. 9 Rampart street,
between C 'nal and Customhouse. New Orleans,
or from G( I'ORGE ELLIS, bookseller, opposite
Dr. DAVIERON may be consulted at No. 9
Rampart street, between Canal and Custom
house, New Orleans, up to the 31st of March,
after which his address will be 1705 Olive street,
tit, Louis, where he has been permanently lo
cated for many years.
Office hours from o a. m. to 3 im., and from
6 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m till 2 p. m.. only.
DR. J. G. BELDEN
HRsHu removed his omoe to
*rM ws2 xrWA3WeTU-IAL.
Severeu Cmpeanien, etc.
WANTED-BY A LADY OF EXPERIENCE.
an old resident of this city, and who can
give good references, a position as governess
or teacher in a school. Is fully competent to
teach English and music. Salary no object.
Address L. M., care of Democrat offce. no24 tf
Dressmakers and Seamstresseb.
WANTED-A SITUATION TO DO SEWING
or to do housework. Apply at 40 ft.
Mary's Market, south side. nolO at
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
girl a situation as seamstress, and is will
ing to do light housework. Address LIZZIE,
883 Tehoupitoulas street. n o2 St
WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITUA
VItion to sew; Usa first-class operator on sew
ing machins The bee of reference given.
Address K. u. k., this office. go ti
WANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF
experience, a situation as housekeeper or
nurse. References if required. Address L., 124
Carondelet street. no02 at
W ANTED - WET NURSE-A YOUNG
widow,with fresh breast wouldliketoobtain
iposttion as wet purse. Can give hest of recom
mendations. App7toor address Mrs. HIBSCH,
28 Callioe street. no28 at
Ceeks. Nurses. Caimbersmals, Lte.,
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPECT.
able white woman as cook. Address M. B..
Democrat offie. no27 at
WANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE
woman, a situation as cook. Apply at 339
St. Charles street e no27 at
WANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK FOR
a small family, or assist at washing.
Salary not so much an object as a permanent
place. Good references can be given if reauired.
Apply to A. P. corner of Itace and St. Thomas
streets, at the bakery. no27 at
WANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE
woman. a situation as cook. Can furnish
references, if necessary. Apply at 127 St. Jo
seph street, corner Magazine. no27 at
W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPECT
able young girl to nurse or do housework.
Apply at 352 Annunciation street. no27 St
W ANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK AND
assist in housework; also, a young girl to
nurse. Apply at 460 Chippewa street, between
Washington and Sixth. no27 at
WANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL. A SIT
uation to cook wash and iron. Good
recommendations. Address LUCY, Democrat
office. n025 at
WANTED-BY A RELIABLE COLORED
woman, a situation to aew, attend to chil
dren or do general housewok. Apply at No.
230 South kampart street. no25 at
WANTED- BY TWO RESPECTABLE
girls, situations, one as cook and one as
house girl can wait on table. Good references.
Address BASS. Democrat office. nos at
W ANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK FOR
a private family; can give good refer
ences. Address Mrs. McG., Democrat office.
no2 St -
W ANTED-BY TWO WHITE GIRLS, SITU
ationa-one to cook, the other to do house
work and dining-room work. Apply at 498 Con
stance street. no 24 3t
W ANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK OR TO
do housework and sewing. Good refer
ences given. A( dress M. M.. Democrat office.
Chambermaids, Cooks, NuWres, ete.
WANTED-BY MRS. BLOCK, NO. 142 CAMP
street, for the country, one Cook, one
Washer and one Gardener. Has on hand a
good housekeeper. so i1 tf
MRS. BLOCK-NO. 142 CAMP STREET, HAS
on hand the best kind of help for city and
country; has on hand one good German girl as
Clerks and Salesmen.
WANTED-A SITUATION IN A (WHOLE
sale or retail) grocery store by a young man
who has had several years' experience in a
country store. Willing to work for a living sal
ary. Address G. K., care this office. sesott
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN O GOOD
character a situation in an office or
hlrefal hose. I not afadof hard work.
Best of references furnished. Address M. H. D.,
Democrat Office. sel tf
W ANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY A SITUA
tion to assist in housework and teach
young children. Has no objection to leave the
city. Address Miss S., this offce. no12 St
A WIDOW WISHES A SITUATION IN A
small family. Address FAITHFUL, this
ofce. no25 at
W ANTED-BY A MARRIED MAN-A SIT
uation: is willing to work at anythini;
not afraid of hard work. Address SAMUEL D.,
this offeo. no24 at
WANTED-TO DISPOSE OF MY INTEREST
in a dining room on account of poor bealth;
is in good running order. Address Mrs. D., 127
Carondolet street. nom at
WANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY A FIRST
cuass machinist and engineer. Good ref
erences. O. B.. Democrat office. no2a at
W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A POSI
tion on board of a ailing vessel or
steamer to make himself generally useful. Can
give good references if required. Address
SAMSON. Democrat office. no2e at
$1050" FO PIANO TUNING-BEST WORE.
Pianist. Magazine. D. LEECH, Soiree
WANTED-SUGAR COOLERS IF SOUND,
good order and cheap. PLANTER, Dem
ocrat office seio tf
TTWANTED-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 FARMEB. Democrat
of fse. see tf
GRAND FANCY DRESS. MASK
To be given by
PELICAN 3. & L. FIRE CO. NO. 4,
Saturday Evening, Dec. 22, 1877,
ST. PATRICK'S HALL.
Committee of Arrangements:
Henry Andry, Chairman;
Geo. N. Durel, F. Gueringer,
E. Develle, John E. Roux.
Applications for ladies' invitations to be left
with FRANK RAULE Es. , No. 3o Carondelet
street; PAUL ROUhSiT. No. 239 Decatur street,
or Lock Box 1200.
Sealed proposals for bar-room, restaurant
and hat-room will be received until December
10. t' be left with HENRY ANDRY, Firemen's
Charitable Association office, City Hall.
Tickets $2. no25 It
IRE UTION OF COPARTNERSHIP-THE
copattnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the firm name of G. R.
FINLAY & CO. has this day been dissolved
Henry Frellsen retiring from the business
Either party has the right to sign the name of
the firm in liquidation.
GEORGE R. FINL4Y.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UNDER
signed have this day formed a copartner
ehi under the firm name of FINLAY &
THOMPSON. for the purpose of continuing the
wholesale drug business recent y conducted by
the late firm of G. .Finlay Co., at the same
location, No. 35 Magazine street,
-AM E41 SW
GRAND OPERA SEAS0N.
NOTICE-The theatre W NOT
to the publ ic Monday and no.4.1
26 eand 27, the time asoigned for re
VtJjrati8D fo th o erases.
Troi MDA e Nov.ýý6Fryeree Gran~d
* * BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN DAILT..,
Wednesday Evenlmg, November S,.
Inauguration of the limited seasonoS,
By MR. J. 0. FRYER'S Celebrated Comose
First appearance here of the great
Prima Donna. Mme. ERasea.
and of the renowned Amerlad Tenor, k
Imperial Opera, Vienna, Mr,
In conjunction with the eminent Con
MISS ADELAIDE PHILLI","
and the distinguished yousng Eadtona
WEDNESDAY, November 26. at a o'di
elsely, Verdi's Grand Opera,
IL TROVATORZ, (ina Ith.3i .)
Mme. PAPPEN I ..... ...LEON
Mr. CHARLES AAa ^
Miss ADELAID ...
Signor TAGLAPITBA D
Ibis debut here.)
Mr. ADOLPHE .
Miss COONEY .......................
THE GRAND CHORU AND 0
'Musical Director and Condtaaor.'
Thureday Nov. 25 ...PFLYING DUI
Frida, ov. 30 ... ..TH
'aturday Dee.1 (Matinee).A...
Sunday. Dec. 2 DEI FREISOT (Z
Monday. Dec. 3 (first time here)
Tuesday. Dec. 4 ................. .A
*"* BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY.
GENERAL ADMISSION, ONE DO
Reserved seats Soc and 61 extra, asee
loqation. Private boxes is or $1i.
Coo. Quadroon boxes 760. Only
brettos of the operas as perfo'rn
company, for sale at tfio Box Office,
ST. CHABLES THEATBE.
BARRY WESTON .
To-Night, Every Night during the week
Wednesday and Saturday Matinee,
THE GREAT __
And his Munificent Distribution of Elegeat
Admission-Dress Circle and Paretti
envelopes) FIFTY CENTS.
Seats can be secured at the Theatre
without extra charge.
Gallery (one envelope) Twenty-five Ceat,
N, B.-A Dollar Ticket Entities the Eoldes
One Admission to any part of the home mse
be given Six Envelopes,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Engagement for one week only,oin
Sunday, November SI,13fl
of thA New Orleans favorite, the eminent.
NE. NtIr/wW OELUS,
supported by hi own powerful drys
pang each of whom has been seleeýtedi.
positive adaptabililty to the characters
them in the typical American drag,
acts and oue, written byM
Nobles, andnwn its fourth sacwt
Family Matinee Wednesday and
Friday, Nov. 10-Benefit of ILTOV
Sunda Dee. 2-The GENEVIE
Box Offie open from 9 a, m. to 10 p. A
Wen 11 and is enirbem s5*1.6%
H. WENGEB, Proprleter,
Has been newly frescoed, and is wth
EST HALL in the South. The artier
ment of the hall was pened to 7 a
tion on Saturday, the iL eth ,
m large number of European and
papers alwa's on flie.
Three rooms for ladies and families, with
The largest Orchestrion in the world
from 11 o'clock a m. to 12 m
Philip Best's MIlIWAURE LAGER
Five Cents a glass. oel N
JERSEY AND ALDERMNU
Pure and fresh, from the country, to be bad
Corner Careadelet and Commes
and Branch, We. s Caa stresveet,,'ag
the Custom-Reuse, Worth aide.
The only places in the city where this
brated milk can be procured.
Pure, rich and sweet Jersey and
Milk and buttermilk, at 5 centp
ceived daily on ice, via JacksonEl
the famous Arcola Dairy Farm.
from the well-known Powler's ip
Jersey and Alderney cattle.
Also kept on hand. Mead Soda Viohy, M1 w^
eral Waters, Home-mjade Pies ana~ Paitty.
CITIZENS' SAYINGs BAK,,
(A Bank for Small Savings)
BPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTB&
This Savings Bank will receive on depoustsl.i
pay interest at the rate of a per aent
on such small sums of money as may
to time be offered therefor by m
minors and others, thus
from robbery, aedidest orfraud,
Ing a meqas of profit on savings W.
annual interest prýd
B 8pec11provi5*on of law.m
an inos c eposit me is
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