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TEHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY CAUTTONED .sgalnt negotlating a crtaiaPROMISSORY NOTE. drawn by Irene Drgeen, to his own order, and by himsef indorsed for the sum of 1000, ayable in one year af.er date, with a per oant nteret per annum from maturit till da the samehavi been stolA n from tAm Un Cersigned. JEAN BAPTISTE ROUIG. nose at* POOLS I POOLS! POOLS I! Pools will be sold at John Hawkins' Club Room ON FRIDAY NIGHT -FOR SATURDAY'* RACES. ROBERT CATHCART. Uo29 at E. S. GARDNER, OPENING -oF JULIUS KROST'S p lIee SIlk d &uan 15 & 17 - St. CharlesSt. - 15&17 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1S77, At 6 o'clock p. m. His new and spacious hal! is elegantly fitted -p with all modern improvements. RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, Only the best brands of Wines, Liquors, and WESTERN LAGER BEER no28 4t Will be sold at the bar. 1W. W. SHARPE & CO., PUBLISHEKb' AGENTS, No. S2 Park Row, New York, Are authorized to contract for advertising in our ipaper. no27 tf SEED POTATOES ! SEED POTATOE. 1 1. .BBLS. Choice JACKSON WHITES. 100 bbls. Choice EARLY ROSE. From Boston and in store, for sale by A. EGAN. nos St 6 Tchoupitoulas street. MILLER & DIELMANN, HAVE ON HAND 300 CASKS CLARET, Pure and 5 years old. 200 .. HOCK. Pure and 5 years olhd. 100 .. REISLING.Pu roand years old. s0 .. TOKAY Pure and 5 years old. ,50 .. SHERRY, Pure and 5 years old. 50 -. ANGE.ICA. Pure and a yrs old. 50 .. MUSCAT Pure and 5 years old. 60 .. GRAPE IBRANDY, Pure and 5. years old. 150 bbls Old Rye and Bourbon WHISKY. All at lowest prioes, with discount to jobbers, at MILLER & DIELMANN'R. 0 50, 52 and 54 South Peters street. All kinds of plain and fancy CANDIES, at .low prices, at MILLER & DIELMANN'S. 50, 52 and 54 South Peters st reet. All Tiind of FIREWORIKS at factory prices. with liberal discount to jobbers, at MILLER & DIELMANN'S, no25 St 5o, 52 and 54 South Peters st reet. PLANTATIONS AND FARMS FOR RENT OR BALE. CITIZENS' BANK OF LOUIRIANA., New Orleans. Nov. 20, 1877. The following Plantations and Farms are of fered for sale on rea-onable te ms; or for rent forthe year 1878. Proposals for rent to be made to this Bank on or before loth December next PARISRES. PROPERTIES. DESCRIPT'N. AREA. Acres. Caldwell ... ..Esperance Pl'n, cotton 3625 arroll, West.... Dixon lauds. unimpr'd 756 atahoula .......Blue Cane Place, cotton 472o0 Concordia ....... Bhgow'n Place, cotton 1440 nordia. .... Normandy Place, cotton 1100 noordi ....... Rose & arks Place. cotton. 1000 Baton Rouge.RddlnBrowu, unimpr'd 6oo .Baton Rouge .Wm. Noble Place, cotton 1100 Baton Rouge. "Scotland" (sub-div.) cot'n 1ie) . Baton Rouge. Newport Place, unimpr'd 1000 E Baton Rouge-Hay ood Place. cotton 580 East Felicana- .eddin Place, unimpr'd 640 kat Felleiana--Booker Place, unimpr'd 640 East Feliciana. Cole Place. unimir'd 500 st Feliciana. Mount Willing. cottn p!'n 670 ttt 'eliciana..W. K. Pryor, unimpr'd 240 t Feliciana. D. Pipes cotton pl'n 320 Feliciana. JohnL. Dene., cotton pi'n s1e Feliciana J. E. Norwood. unlmpr'd 9s Ibeala ......... B T. Smith, suob-divided 200 Jefferso........J. H. Carter. sugar 1842 Jefferso........ J. J. Orlard, sub-diided oo00 ervlle..... R.C. Camp, unimpr'd 350 Ibe lle...... M. 8. Slack, sugar 479 Iberrille --.... M. B. Slack, unimpr'd 1480 Iberville ...... H. R. Slack. unimpr'd 370 ervtlle.......Mrs. 4. Lauve. unimpr'd 700 Madion.......Geo. Shedbourne. unimpr'd 1000 Morehonse..... W. D. Brigham, cotton 1249 Plauttemines...Vanny. sugar :2o00 Pointe Coupee.Woodbourne. sugi' 1250 ides.........R. H. Peterson, cot. &stock 2700 aides........C. A. T'rhornton, cotton 1500 ides ........H. Boye. unimpr'd 1000 S neu........ Yaraboro. unimpr'd 640 St Landry e......G. Hill. unimpr'd 100 St Landr ......Alf. Dejean. sugar o00 St. Landry . . T.A. Cook. unimpr'd 520 t. Bernard .....M. Solis. unimpr'd o1600 Aroenrs St. James ......Magnolia. rice 1440 Bt James.......Lapice Bros., rice 10So St. Tammany..A.o. Penn. unimpr'd 328 p St. Tammany F. V. D'Qruy. saw mill 950 t. Tammany. J. M. Thompson, st'k farm 12so Tnes..........."Ion." cotton 2170 Tensas.........."Palmetto." cotton 1593: Tensas..........Alonso Snyder, unimpr'd 950 Tenseas... .....McBride. unimpr'd ;40 Vermillron.....J. Js. Ramsey. sub-div'd no W.BatonR'g.e W. B. Robertson. unimnr'd 850o W.Baton R'ae..Yatn. unimpr'd 12e) W. Baton R'ge J. L Lobdell, unimpr'd 21;(8 W. Baton R'e .W. Kincheloe, unimpr'd 640 W. Baton R'ge A. Rock, unimpr'd 400 W.Baton R'ge Carolina Sugar, sugar 1560 West Felliciena.Bech G(irove. co ton 5on West Felciana Mrs. James Fair, cotton 782 West Foliclana.J. &H. Pc klns. unimp,'d 1609 West Felleiana Mrs. Ann Simms, unimpr'd 933 Washinaton-... M. Murray. unimpr'd 844 .nse IM STEVE'S HOUSE, 44 Magazine street. The most select stock of WINES and LI QUORS served to euests. Lunch between to and 1 o'clock daily. no024 t eod DR. J. G. BELDEN Has removed his office to 132 Caftal street. His residence remains the same-452 St. Charles street. no4 lm JERSEY AND ALDERNEY MILK. MILK. MILK. Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had Ceraer CaiaEdelet and Common streets lnd lraneh. No. 68 Canal street, neau the Cusem.-Hoese, North 1ide. The onl plan e in the city where this cele ct k ean be pronared. Pure. rich and swe't gersey and Alderney :k and tuttermilk, st os ents par glass. re k i; ed daily on ee, via Jackson Railroad.m from hefamous Areol Dar Farm. saidstok LOUISIANA Jockey Club NEW ORLEANS, LA. FALL MEETING, 1*77, COMMNENCING SArURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1877. 1 ' -o rainnli: FIRST DAY-- aturday. December I. FIRST RACE-Club Purse 230,. Hurdle Race; $200 to first. $75 to second. $25 to third. Two miles over eight hurdles. SECONI) RACE-The Slocomb Stakes for colts and fillies, then two years old; $25 entrance. p. p., with $:oe added: second horse to receive $75. One mile. Closed with nine nom nations. THIRD RIACE-Club Purse $400; second horse to receive $75. Mile heats. SECOND DAY-Tuesday, Dec. 4. FIRST RACE-The Orleans Stakes for colts and fillies, then three years old; $25 entrance p. p.; $400 added; second horse to receive $75. Two miles. Closed with twelve nominations. SECOND RACE-Club Purse $250; 110 pounds on each; $20o to first, $50 to second; three-year olds to carry proper weight; mares and geld ings allowed 3 lbs. One mile. THIRD RACE-Club Purse $50t1, for all ages: $400 to first, $100o to second. Two mile heats. THIRD DAY-Thursday, Dec. 6. FIRST RACE-Club Purse $300, handicap hurdle race; $200 to first. $75 to second. $25 to to third. Weights to appear the day before the race. Two miles'over eight hurdles. SECOND RACE-Club Purse $300, for all ages: $200 to first, $75 for second, $25 to third. One mile and three-quarters. THIRD RaCE-Club Purse $(00. for all ages: $200 to first, $100 to second. Mile heats, three in five. FOURTH DAYT-aturday, Dec. 8. FIRST RIACE-The Howard .takes. for colts and IlBlies then two years old: $25 entrance, p. 1., with ..500 added; second horse to receive so1o, third $50. Winner of the Sloeomb Stakes to carry seven pounds extra. One mile. Closed with nine nominations. SECOND- RACE-Consolation Purse $250, for horses that have run and not won during the meeting; $200 to first. $5o to second. One mile. THIRD RlACE-Club Purse $.se; $.50 to first, $150 to second. Four mile heats. All communications must be addressed to Lock Box 369. New Orleins. In all club purses entrance free, and in such purses a walk-over entitles a horse to first money only, and a horse distancing the field entitled to first money only. Members are notified to call for their badges at the office, 16 Carondelet street. The races will commence at 2 o'clock p. m. In case of postponement on account of the weather, a pennant will be displayed from the offiee of the club, 16 Carondelet street. Quarter-stretch badges for meeting . . . . .. $10 oo Day badges.................................. 3 oo Admission to club stand .................... 2 o0 Admissionr to field.............. ............ 1 00oo RULES OF ADMISSION. No ladies permitted to the stand unaccom panied by gentlemen. Invitation badges for non-residents only are personal, and admit only the person invited. Quarter-stretch badges will admit to all parts of the stand. Tickets of admission to the stand do not ad mit the holder to the quarter stretch. Members are entitled to a free admission for ladies accompanying them. Ladies accompanied by members are invited to visit the Club House. Smoking positively prohibited on the mem bors' stand. Members are notified to enter all strangers' names on the visiting club book. All vehicles must enter by the Gentilly Road gate. except members'. Members of the club and ladies accompanying them only admitted at the members' gate. The cars of the City Railroad, Bayou Bridge branch. and Orleans Railroad will leave Clay Statue. Canal street, ever y five minutes during the races. G. A. BREAUX, Presi dent. nov25 SuThFrSa2p IMPORTANT NOTICE To Parties Afflicted with Chronic Dis eases, Deciared to be Incurable. All cases abandoned by the physicians will be given GRATUITOUS CONSULTATIONS. The rich man will pay his money only after hav having been cured. and the poor man will be treated, attended to ant cured for nothing, by ID. .J. B13A1 ._, Chemist and Professor of Phrenology, from Paris, Who can be seen every day from s o'clock in the morning to 4 o'elck in tth evening, at No. 43 BOURBON STREET. The success which he has obtained by means of his fortifi ing and invigorating remedies. and by attending personally to patients, is well known. He has cured, and is ready to prove, in the towns bordering upon the Mississippi, many persons abandoned by physicians and confined to their bed.s for many years. Many ladies, as well as gentlemen, have, under his care, recovered health and the freshness of youth. His new sy tem of treatment is unequaled and sovre(ign in all cases of apparent apoplexy, rheumatism, di sp'-psia. neur.,lg a. hemorrhage, general debility, leucorrhea. stricture, diseases of the womb, fever. diseases of the eyes and sick ness of the stomaerh, persistent an I rebellious syphilitic rction, and all these chronic disea-es, which. in the Southern climate, stri ke afflicted par i s and brlng them down to the grave by gradual and exeruciating agony. N. B -H.is treatment -excludes all remedies that have for a ba is arsenic, m.rcuryand quin ine. which usually a.see the loss of the teeth. the weakening of all the organs, a d leaves the patientin a at to of pro-tra'ion by acting inju riou-ly upon all his faculties, and ve y often giving him a disease w ich he did not have. Phrenological sc ence alon- has the power of pninting out the symp oms that chara to ize diseases and discover all the phases of exibt ence. It takes its da'a only from prof.,u d s udy, It does not sur.rise-it astonishets. and by the light of ltsftruth the c .nsulting pa'ten knows that he emabid and Uw.y nhe I CATALOGUE AND PRICES -OF THE CHICA'O TRDE P11AIE, 147 CANAL STREET, Between Bourbon and Dauphine sts., NEW ORLEANS. Cutlery and Silverware Department. Six steel KNIVES with FOBKS, for 75c. Finer goods at 950. to $3 per set, Six sliver-plated TEASPOONS, for 50c. Six silver-plated TABLESPOONS. for 750. Six silver-plated TABLEFORKS. for 750. Finer grades at 95c. to $2 65 per set. Silver-plated five-bottle CASTOR. 750. to $5. Silver-plated NAPKIN RING, for 15c. to $1 o0. Six Ivory NAPKIN RINGS, for 750. etc. STANDARD WORKS, as Dickens, Mary Holmes, Mrs. Harlan. 950. each. Works of all the celebrated poets, only 95c. each. All these hooks are elegantly bound. TOY BOOKS, from loc. to s1 5o each. Album and Leather Goods Department. A beautiful fifty-picture ALBUM. for Soc. Twenty different stiles of ALBUMS, for 85c. to 950. Fifty different styles of ALBUMS, ranging from $1 Up to $20 each. The most superb collection in the United States. Autograph ALBUMS, quarto size, 950. Russia Leather POCKET-BOOKS. 350, 400.500c. 650, s5e, $1 up to $3. MUSIC FOLIOS, with spring back, 95c only. BACKGAMMON BOARD, complete, with Dies and Checkers. only Soc. WORKBOXES and DESKS. from 9oc. up to $15. Human Hair and Toilet Goods. Real French HAIR BRAIDS. for 50ec. Twenty-six inches long HAIR BRAIDS, at $2 25. CURLS, FRIZZETS, PUFFS, etc. (We have just received from auction a lot of 50oo HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES. and we shall give our customers the benefit of this low purchase.) FLORENCE HAIR. Hat and Cloth Brushes. TOILET MIRRORS, with rubber back, 50c.. 75e., 95c. to $1 75. Rich DRESSING CASES, for ladies and gentle men, very suitable for presents, from $3 up to $12. Our Jewelry Department, IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN NEW OR LEANS. 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 Sec., 75c, up to $3. Elegant TOILET SETS, at 90c. up to $10. China CASPIDORS. 75c. up to $1 50. French China TETE-A-TETE SETS, etc. SMOKERS' SETS, sec. CARD RECEIVERS, etc. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN THIS DEPARTMENT Doll and Toy Department. BUY DOLLS HERE AND SAVE MONEY. WAX DOLLS. from 10c. up to $10, comprising a variety of over o100 styles. CHINA DOLLS, from 1lo. to $2. KID DOLL BODIES, $1. $1 25, $1 50. DOLL HEADS, all sizes. from loe. 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 25e. up to $2. KITCHEN SETS. STOVES, and PIANOS which never get out of order. Crandell's celebrated A B C and PICTURE BLOCKS. from 15c. up to $1 50. All the la'est novelties in Mechanical Toys MONEY BANKS, TRUNKS, DOLL HOUSES, etc., TOOL CHESTS, from 35e. up to $10, GAMES-Amusing and instructive; CHEAS, DOMINO, BACKGAMON, PARLOR CROQUET. GREAT REPUBLIC. CHESSINO, CRIBBAGE, and fifty other games, from 25c. up to $1. In addition to the above goods we have thousands of other articles. Please remember that we sell beautifully carved Walnut BRACKETS from 35c. up to 95c.; also, WALL POCKETS, MATCH SAFES, etc. LOOKING-GLASSES, size 10 by 17, only 85c. Best UMBRELLA in town only 9c. Velvet and Gilt EASEL FRAMES at prices which cannot be duplicated elsewhere. LAMPS. GOBLETS, etc. ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES at prices which will please you. Merchants will find it to their advantage to buy of us. C.O.D.ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Address THE CHICAGO TRADE PALACE, 1s....t....$... sa st ..............147 FSPECIAL NOTICES. Offlee of the Hope Insurance Company of New Orleans-New Orleans, November 29, 1877-The annual election for Directors of this Company will be held at its office, No. 27 Camp street, on MONDAY, December 10, 1877, from 12 o'clock m. to 2 o'clock p. m. no29 td LOUIS IBARNETT, Secretary. Notice - All persons having claims maainst the succession of the late Mrs. ANN FARRIELL will please present the same, and those indebted make payment to the under signed. THOMAS MANGAN, Tes. Ex.. corner St. ('harles and Polymnta sts. Now Orleans. November 28. 1877. 1 o29S 1'* special Notice to Taxpayers.-We will pay CITY TAXES prior to 1876 at a liberal dis coulnt. Delinquent STATE TAXES will have to be paid this month to obtain the benefits of Act 23 of 1877, relieving delinquents of penalties. We will pay all STATE TAXES on favorable terms. JOHN KLEIN & CO.. Note, Stock and Bond Brokers, no~5 st 33 Carondelet street. special Notice-Parties having two-band Springfield breech-loading RIFLES for sale, can find a purchaser by applying at No. 81bom mon street. nW tf A meeting of the Stockholders fat the New Harbor Pr ,teetion Company, will be held at the office of the company, (rooms of Board of Under.riters) on MONDAY. December 3d. 1877, from 12 to 1 o'clock, for the election of Seven Directors for the current year. no1815t CHAS. L UBLHORN, Secretary. Office Sun Mtt tI Insurance Company, No. 52 Camp stre cew Orleans, November Is, 1877.-In confot y with article four of the charter. notit'e hereby given that an election will be held by a stockholders at the office of the company, on MONDAY. December 3, 1877. between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m.. for twenty-four directors to serve during the ensu ing year. nols M&Etd H. CARPENTER. Secretary. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the New Orleans Sugar Com pany for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, will be held at No. 1:5 Gravier street on MONDAY, December 3, 1877. at 9 o'clock a. m. no016 lt New Orleans Canal and glanking Com pany-New Orleans, Nov. 15, 1877.-The annual election for seven directors of this inslitution to serve curing the ensuing year, will be held at its banking-house corner of Camp and Gravier streets, on the second MOUNDAY of December n',xt (the 10th). between the hours of lea. m. and2 p. m. nol5 td CIH. JUMONVILLE. Cashier. Oflice of the Factors and Traders' Insur ance Company, No. 37 Carondelet street-New Orleans, October 27, 1877-From and after date, this company will issue policies on marine risks, payable in cas' of loss, in London and Liverpool. THOMAb F. WALKER. oc28 lm Secretary. PERSONAL. MTARIE DOMINIQUETTE TUJAGUE-MY wile. Marie Donminiquette Tujague. having left my bed and board wi bout any just cause or provocation, this is to caution all persons from crediting her on my account, as I will not be responsible for any debts of her con'raenti n. no25 :st* JEAN BAPTISTE ROUIG. FOR SALE. f1OR BALE-ONE NEGRO BOY. a YEARS -' old. 3 feet high; weight 200 pounds. Sa-d boy was rai.'d in Kentucky; and at the same time offer a fine assortment of top and no-top Buggies and Barou.hes and a n'w sty:e of doc tors' Buggies,. all of which will be sold to suit the times. Call and examine at once. No 35 Carondelet street. no251 Im L. T. MADDOX. LOST. TOST-BY A LADY ON COMMON STREET. a large DIAMOND CROSS, set with eleven diamonds. 'I he finder will be handsome y re warded by returning the same to 254 Common street, noo FURNISHED ROOMS. 'LEGANTLY FURNISIIEDI) ROOMS-FOR 1 gentlemen or family, at 14 Liberty street near Canal (south), known as the Fulton resi d(nce,. no25 7t* LARGE AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED apartments in one of the most elegant private residences of the city. Convenient to Canal street and business localities. Unexceptionable references exchanged. Rooms with private table, if desired. Fami lies seeking a desirable location, can address Box 3010, or inquire at the office of the Demo crat. se21 BOARDING. 4 PRIVATE FAMILY IN THE FOUR IH SDistrict would take a gentleman to board price. $30 per month. lieterences exchanged. Neighborhood quiet and pleasant. Address COMMISSION. Democrat office. no27 st SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-COMFORT ably furnished front rooms can be obtained, with or without board, by the day, week or month, by applying at the elegant private resi. dence No. 140 Carondelet street. Patties in search of home comforts will find this a rare opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to the house. References exchanged. ie2S tf DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON'S ARRIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS. DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON, M. R. C. S. LONDON, M. D. 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 he consulted, till the 31st March next, at his old rooms, O Rampart Street, Between Canal and Customhouse. And may be consulted DAILY from 10 a. m. till 3 Dp. m., and from 6 till 5 p. m. Dr. DAVIESON. having adopted as his line of practice the treatment and cure of Nervous Diseases, Has spent years of study and research in that branch of Medical Science bearing specially on the sufferings arising from YOUTHFUL FOL LIES OR INDISCRETIONS, causing nervous mental and physical debility, and the loss of all vitality, and his long and varied experience in the best European Hospitals, together with years of the most successful practice, both in Europe and America. enable him to guarantee Relief to All Sufferers who consult him. Dr. IJAVIESON has been specially and remarkably successful in his Treatment by Correspondence. It is, however, desirable that at least one per sonal into rvi.-w should be had,. if practicable. Dr. DAVIESON e-pecially invites the atten tion of those who by placing them-elvws un er the care of ignorant charlatans have only in crea-ed their sufferlngs. The phv-ician who understands his profession and labors with in telligence to advance it in the respect of men, is a bone actor to mankind, and the high esti mation in which I r. DAVIE._ON is held by physicians themselves, is proof that all who apply to him may have Implicit Faith In a Rapid and Perma nent Cure. Dr. DAVIESON'S work, "Practical Observa tions," now in its 160th edition, will be found a valuable guide, and may be hal,, bound in cloth, pric 25 c nts by addressing the author, Dr. SYDNEY DAVIE ON, No. 9 Rampart street, between C nal and ustomhbouse New Oaleans, or from G.OIRGE ELLIS, bookseller, opposite the Postoffiee. Dr. DAVIERON may be consulted at No. 9 Rampart street, between (lanai and Custom house, New Orleans, up to th- alst of March, after which his address will be 1705 Olive 'treet, at, Loals, where he has been permanently lo iuusa4~bom] WANTS. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES. Governesses, Companions, eta. WTANTED-BY A LADY OF EXPERIENCE, an old resident of this city, and who can give good referencs,. a position as governess or teacher in a school. Is fully competent to teach Engelsh and music. Salary no object. Address L. M., (care of I Iemocrat otice. no24 tf Cooks. Nurses. Chambermaids. Etc., WTTANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK OR DO vv housework. Apply at 19t Dryades st. no29 4t iW ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN V a situation to cook, wash and iron for a small family. Address M. F., this office. no29 at (W ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN Sasitnati'n tocook. wash and Iron. Address E F., this office. no29 at WATANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOM AN, ¥ a situation as cook. Address M., this of fice. no29 3t W ANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN TO DO light housework and plain sewing. Ad dress S. D., Democrat offlce. no129 3t W.TANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUA • tion to do housework. Can give good references. Apply at No. 246 Magazine, be tween Poeyfarre and Delord streets. no28 3t WsTANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUA . tion to nurse and do light housework. City references given if required. Address MAGGIE, this office. no28 5t W~TANTED-A SITUATION BY A COMPE . tent woman, to nurse and assist in house work. Good references given. Apply at No. 215 Julia street. no28 it WATANTED-A SITUATION A' COOK, WASH e or and ironer in a small family is an ex cellentwasher and ironer. Address M. C., Dem ocrat office. no28 It WITANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE AGED ¥ woman, a situation as cook. Address F. C.. this offie. nn2a 3t W~T ANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPECT able white woman as cook. Address M. B.. Democrat office. no27 3t WITANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE woman, a situation as cook. Apply at 339 St. Charles street. no27 it W ANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK FOR a small family, or assist at washing. Salary i ot so much an object as a permanent place. Good references can be given if required. Apply to A. P. corner of Race and St. Thomas btreets, at the bakery. no27 at WTANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE woman, a situation as cook. Can furnish references, if necessary. Apply at 127 ht. Jo seph street, corner Magazine. no27 at WTANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPECT V able young girl to nurse or do housework. Apply at 352 Annun iation street. no27 It ,ATANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK AND "Y assist in.housewor k; also, a young girl to nurse. Apply at 460 Chippewa street, between Washington and Sixth. no27 at HELP WANTED-FEMALES. Chambermaids, Cooks, Nurses, etc. 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. aul7 tf M RS. BLOCK-NO. 142 CAMP STREET, HAS ±V on hand the best kind of help for city and country; has on hand one good German girl as housekeeper. aul7 tf SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. Clerks and Salesmen. W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN A SITUA tion as hookkeper, entry clerk, shipping clerk or cashier; would be willing towork for 4to per month, and can give security if neces sary; writes a No. 1 hand. Address J., this office. no2s 3t W ANTED-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. se30tf W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD character a situation in an office or wholesale house. Is not afraid of hard work. Bst of references furnished. Address M. H. D.. Democrat Office. sel tf WANTED-PUPILS. W ANTED-A GENTLEMAN WITH A FEW hours leisure each day, would like a posi tion as visiting teacher to a limited number of young children. Best of re erences given Ad. dress I., Box'2845. no24 WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. A PO5I tion as teacher in a family, either in the city or country. He has had valuable ex perience as such, and can furnish the best of r ferences. For the present a pleasant home is more to be desired than salary, and he would he willing to consider the comforts of one a large portion of it, Address TEACHER, 215 St. Joseph street. New Orleans. no26 MISCELLANEOUS. W ANTED-A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, with privilege of kitchen. Address PROMPT, this office. no2 it W ANTED-A SITUATION IN A WHOLE `" sale dry goods house or grocery store as entry clerk, or any othercapacity. Understands the business, quick writer and correct at fig ures. Salary not so much an object as a steady position. Please address R.. care Chs. kluche. corner Notre Dame and Tchoupitoulas. no29 W ANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK. warehouseman, watchman or any position. by one who will make himself generally useful; wages small. Address J. A. T., this office. n029 St W ANTED--BY A YOUNG MAID A SIT uation in a bakery and to drive a wagon. Apply at No. '229 Marigny street. no29 3t W ANED-A SMALL COTTAGE IN THE First or Fourth Districts. Rent must not be above $15 per month and location must be betwe n St. Charles and Chitppewa streets. and Washington and Erato streets. Address TOM, Democrat office. no28 a3t W ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE BOY., aged 15 years, who resid-s with his mother, a situation in a place where he can make himself generally useful. Address A. K.. Democrat offle. no28 3t $1.50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WORK. 630 Magazine. D. LEECH, Soiree Pianist. jy5 ly WTANTED-SUGAR COOLERS IF SOUND, • good order and cheap. PLANTER, Dem ocrat office, se2o tf WTANTED)-BY AN ACTIVE AND EXPE SV rienced young man, a "arm 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. se9 tf FOR RENT. F OR RENT-THaT ELIGIBLY LOCATED and well arranged two story frame house No. 1i2 First street, between Magazine and Constance streets. Contains e'ght rooms (with gas throughout), besides two pantrirs, bath room, etc., two cisterns, paved yard. Keys n xt door at No. 162e. Apply to JA8. T. RODD, No. 15 'orth Front street. no25 27 25 29* COPARTNERSHIPS. NTOTICE-BY MUTUAL CONSENT WE - a-ree to dissolve the copartlership exist ing between N. A. Morand and S. Toes, known under the style of MOR GNU & TOCA. N. A. Morand will take charge of all collections and pay all liab lities of the late firm, and liquidate the business. H. l OC ,. N. A. MOR ND. New Orleans. Nov. 27.1877. no29 :t* DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP-THE copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the firm name of G. R. FINLAY & CO. has this dal been dissolved Henry Frellsen retiring from the business Eith-,r party has the right to sign the name of the firm in liquidation. GEORGE R. FINLAY. HENRV FRELLSEN. C.OPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UNDER signed have this day f.,rmed a eopartner Phip under the firm name of FINLAY & T.H MPSON. for the purpose of continuing the wholesale drug business recent 7 conducted by the late firm of G. K. Finlay & Co., at the same location, No. 35 Magazine street. GEORGE B. FINLAY. THOMAt : C. T OMPSON. S. mmehd the new Brm of FTIN Y ~PBOIC.NI tot. Imt . +o.EB~ jar~fi~ eud..~ VARIETIES THEATRE .......... O..OP .. FLYING DUTCHMAN TO-NIGHT. ` First production in New Orleans of Blober Wsgner's beautiful legendary Opera, wtre tableaux of moving ships, new scetterrt7 r"ostume's, etc, THE FLYING DUTCHI AN. k Mme. PAPPENHEIM (in her great role). SentLa. Mr CH. FRI I U801 (his debut hero) ......... Br Mr. A. BLUM ..... ....Capt. VanderdeckenL. (his debat here) Mr. H. WIEGAND .... ......... ...Daland.:. i GRIND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA. Musical Director and Conductor, Max Maretzsl .. To-Morrow. Friday, November 3o, at 7:ao-Th, HUGUENOTH. Mine. PAPPENHEM as .........VALENTI.n( Mr. CHARLES ADAMS as ... .....RAOUL *.* NO MATINEE ON SATURDAY. %*" Saturday Evening, December 1, at 8 o'clock- LA MUETTA DI PORTICI, (Masaniello) Sunday, Dec. 2 ......... DER FREISOHtI. .. (Robin des Bois.) Monday,Dec.3 (filrsttimehere) .LORENGRIN. " Tuesday. Dec. 4..............LA FAVORITA. *** BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY. *** GENERAL ADMISSION........ONE DOLLALc`.' Reserved seats 500 and $1 extra, aeeordi t. i location. Private boxes fe and $15. Gaflk. r oc. Quadroon boxes 75e. Only correct Librettos of the operas. a - s . formed by this company, for sale at the Office; 25 cents epch. now VAARIETIES THEATRE. Saturday Nigbt. N. B.-No Matinee Saturday. In complian'e with a general request, the . , -. formanco of LA MUETFA DI PORTICI, (Masaniello ) will take place in the evening, at 8 o'clook, i stead of th, afternoon, as originally a.a* nouncedl. Tickets p; crchssed for the Matinee will be god for the evening. neao T. CHARLk-S THEATRE. HARRY WESTON ............ -. ...Manay .' IMMENSE SUCCESS. To-Night, Every Night during the week sad. ' Wednesday and Saturday Matinees, THE GREAT MACALLISTER And his Munificent Distribution of Elegant xa., Costly 100oo PRESENTS......--.--I NIGHTLY. Admission-Dress Circle and Parquette (t|ie. envelopes) FIFTY CENTS. Seats can be secured at the Theatre da.I.: without extra charge. Gallery (one envelope) Twenty-five Oents. N, B.-A Dollar Ticket Entities the Holdert' One Admission to any part of the house and wM be given Six Envelopes. not:. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. EXTRAORDTNARY ATTRACTIONr Engagement for one week only, oommene j Munday, November 25,18S7I, of th" New Orleans favorite, the eminent Am -. ican Comedian, MR. MILTON NOBLES, supported by his own powerful dramatic pane, each of whom hss been selected for positive adaptability to the characters as them in the typical American drama, int 3.'" acts and prologue, written by Mr. Miftll Nobles. and now In its fourth successful sea entitled THE PH(ENIX. Family Matinee Wednesday and Saturda Friday. Nov. 30-Benefit of MILTON NOB Sunday, Dec. 2-The GENEVIEVE COMBINATION. Box Office open from a a. m. to 10 p. m. _nu25 W ENGER'S GARDEN. Nos 11 and 13 Bourbon street, H. WEN(6EB, Proprietor, Has been newly frescoed, and is now the liýi. EST HHALL in the South. The artistic impyo-Re ment of the hall was opened to public inft~i tion on Saturday, the 13th inet., at 7 O'cOo-* A large number of European and Amt4e r papers alwa as on file. Three rooms for ladies and families, with a -s arate entrance. The largest Orchestrion in the world from 11 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. Philip Best's MILWAUKEE LAGER BElRI.o: Five Cents a glass. o017. a BALLS. GRAND FANCY DRESS, MASK -AND PFIRRMIk'D B D Sd S. To be given by PELICAN =. & L. FIRE CO. NO. 4, Saturday Evening, Dec. Ut, 18s, -AT BT. PATRICK'S HALL, Committee of Arrangements: Henry Andry, Chairman; Geo. N. Durol, F. Gueringer, E. Develle, John E. Roux. Applications for ladies' invitations to be .di? with FRANK RAULE Est.. No..30 Carond street; PAUL ROUSSET. N1o. 239 Decatur t~ or Lock Box 1200. Sealed proposals for bar-room, re.nta-n and hat-room will be received until 1o.t' be leftwith HENRIY ANDRY, Fire n -l. Charitable Association office, City Hall, Tickets $2. nosLY . e CITIZENs'r AVINO, BASE, (A Bank for 8mall Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, e y........... ,onne aet..... ...r.. P r: 1 BPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHAITrB, This Savings Bank will receive on deposet ea rcay interest at the rate of 6 per cent per an on such small sums of money as may from to time be offered therefor by mechanics, eol minors and others, thus securing ro from robbery, accident orfrand, and also ing a means of profit on savings by the ge . annual interest paid. By special provision of law. married t e and mthors can deposit money in y name, and it can be drawn by th esel e Such deposits cannot be eont bbeds bands parents or mtutors. Apply for Oharier and Z BN. MIL Cashier.