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delb Th8u S $8,0,000 ON HMAND, To BE LOANED ON GOOD HECUITIES E. A. PBYROtUX, Notary Public, SE.A.~age Alley, bet. Conti and Blenville sts. P iO procured with dispath, and rompt ai ytgiveno to IL _'18 tf Wholesale and Retail .QUOR DEALER, And Manufacturer of EO)ME OORDIALS AND YRUPS., No 81 Ilenvillle street, Set. DeoMtur and Chartres sts., New Orleans. deli 2m MI. EMILE LAN(, 14. ........ UAIbE STRET ....... ..14 NEAR RAMPART, O the patronae of his friends and the itIl in general. asuring them careful atten JOt repairing of Watches, Jewelry gadt self-playing Music Boxes-a peve SWork guaranteed to give satisfaction to suit the times. dels 4t U9E KEN1TUCKY WHI8KIIES 1-We are the manufacturers' a ents in this efty tor the sale and distribution o the celebrated J. A. MILLER CICKEN COCK t)rbon and Ry Whiskies, made at Paris urb ecounty, Kentcky, so well known t< Stetr4ae ge.erallV and warranted to aive en. tire .ton. Thleir perfeot manufacture umcu..lrezally selected grains, Pure properties salat iou coOp ragc and.ia d t mprovemen fly mare these wskes the most de. li rotltjble to byers, dealers and eto protect the trade: hence our bemade at wholesale nland li atwell known J. A. MILLE KHICKEN Ke ey W skies can be obtained at i and oi.ale from most of New Orleans S º d ILLER, &DOLHONDE & CO. d i t e9i, 7e.0 and 72 Tchonpitoulas street. - NOTICE TO PHEY ICIAW'. A GOOD PHYSICIAN, with a capital of seoo, Sdelri att lurative country practice and drug etore, not over thirtyo iles from New Orleans, Ssa obtain same by addressing H., this office. ClHABLlES THOUILLY, I---.... Oha'rtre Street.......... 75 Corner Blenville. Just received by the last steamers from Eu rope, a L.BRGE INVOICE OF FANCY ARTICLES -on--m ti-trItmas and New Year Presents. SJwelry Boxes. Gloves and %Handkerchiefs. xee FJans of every description, Backarat t raments. rortzo Artloles, Jouvin , irfumed Sachets Jet, Tortoise Shell Y Jwelry, Chatelains Crvats, Ilack W e aplsh Mantillas, Shell mt., alowers, Bridal Wreaths, and a largo as4teo6zt of other goods too long to be enu atte but al unsurpassed by their frensh .tldeiganco. peoial saloon for Ladies' t.lng. Manufactory for Wigs and all flair iwork, All orders promptly at SBranch, ad lt. Charles street. Gents' tIhi#ig Goods. Barbor Hhop Haloon, with rushing machinery. de S 'u T'h im WJ$S, BRANDIIES, ETC., For the Holidays. Espe.ial attention is directed to the large and Seleet stock of JOHN TURPIN, IMPORTER, 1i.5$............Common street............Isa Who haE always on hand :a full suptly.iof ;randles, Whiskies, Port & Sherry Wines, BYASS' LONDON STOUT, HvenOtsh Pale Ale and John Jeffrey & Co.'s Edlnburg Ales, for which he was the bid time agent. The business is continued-Mr. Turpin being dead-inbthe same name and style for account of Mr.. TURPIN. del tf '7ANE WAGONS AND CANE CARTS OF "J every description Bagasse Carts, Farm Carts, all sises of one-horse Carts. The largest ortment and lowest priced Farm and Cotton in this market; Levee Harrows and SWhelbarrows of all sizel ; Axle Grease, a su -itot article, Spokes. Folloes. Shafs, W'agon a erat, Hall's Plows and Wheeling Nails. ie ing manufacturers, we can sell at the lowest pr..es. and give a reliable guarantee. S epot-1i7 and 129 Common street. 0. 1w BODLEY BROTHERS SOAPINA Is acknowledged to be the BEOT AND CHEAPEST OF ALL NO .AL 3PL . It is gpanufactured with BORAX. free of any ADULTERATIONS. ,Patented and manufactured by J. H. KELLER, 'de tf 110 Gravier street. RTHE RED STAR, oraner Castemhouse and Bourbon streets, One square from Canal street. LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S FINE dns im ItIfER. JER.ES AND ALDERNEY UILK. MILK. MILK. Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had s.ener Caroadelet and Common streets dad Braneh, No. 69 Canal strect,neaa the Custom.House, North Bide. The only placei in the city where this cele brated milk can be procured. SPre, rich and sweet Jersey and Alderney Mk.t and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass, re eited daily on ice, via Jaokson Railroad, from the ifamous Aroola Dalry Farm. Said stock is fom the well-known Fowler's importations of ersy and Alderney cattle. blal sket on hand, Mead Soda Vichy. Min* oral Waters, Home-made Pies and Pastry. sai lobeth PARIS FASHIONS. Ime. JULIE LaB. FISHEB, Parlors at the Turner Mansion, -ss...........CANAL sTBREET...........1ss Begs to inform her lady friends and the public generally that she has on hand one of the most beautiful and complete selections of Parisian styles and fashions in .NNEmrs, HATS, PEATa.H S, FLowsaS, nAWLS, Ete. In her DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT she has eaployed the best Parisian Artiste, and she wil pleased if the ladles will call at her ? as xors.rs NMe. Julie " `S - c al CHRISTMAS! A GRAND DISPLAY -AT THE UTDIE PIIAE, 147 CANAL STREET, Between Bourbon and Dauphine rst., NEW ORLEANS. Our Jewelry Department, IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN NEW OR LEANS. We sell only the BEST ROLLED GOLD PLATE GOODB, 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 Soc., 75c. up to $3. Elegant TOILET SETS, at Soc. up to l10. China CASPIDORS, 76c. up to $1 50. French China TETE-A-TETE SETS, etc. SMOKERS' SETS. 900. CARD RECEIVERS, etc. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN THIS DEPARTMENT Album and Leather Goods Department. A beautiful fifty-plcture ALBUM, for Soc. Twenty different steles of ALBUMS, for 85c. to 950. Fifty different styles of ALBUMS, ranging from $1 up to $2o each. The most superb collection in the United States. Autograph ALBUMS, quarto sls, 950. Russia Leather POCKET-BOOKS, ec. 40oc, 5oc, 65c, 8Sc, $1 up to $3. MUSIC FOLIOS, with spring back, 95c only. BACKGAMMON BOARD, complete, with Dies and Checkers. only oec. WORKBOXES and DESKS, from Soc. up to $15. STANDARD WORKS, as Dickens, Mary Holmes, Mrs. Harlan. 9ec. each. Works of all the celebrated poets, only 95c. each. I All those books are elegantly bound. TOY BOOKS, from loc. to $1 50 each. Human Hair and Toilet Goods. Real French HAIR BRAIDS, for c. Twenty-six inches long HAIR BRAIDS, at $2 25. GCURLS. FRIZZETS, PUFFS, etc. (We have just received from auction a lot of 00oo HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES, and we shaft give our customers the benefit of this low purchase.) FLORENCE HAIR. Hat and Cloth Brushes. TOILET MIRRORS, with rubber back, Soc., 75e., 95c. to $1 75. Rich DRESSING CASES, for ladies and gentle men. very suitable for presents, from a$3 up to $12. Cutlery and Silverware Department. Six steel KNIVES with FORKS, for 75c. Finer goods at 95c. to ,3 per set. Six silver-plated TEASPOONS. for 500. Six silver-plated TABLESPOONS, for 75o. Six silver-plated TABLEFORKS, for 75c. Finer grades at 95c. to $2 65 per set. Silver-plated five-bottle CASTOR. 75u. to $5. Silver-plated NAPKIN RING, for 15e. to $1 5o. Six Ivory NAPKIN RINGS, for 75c. etc. A Very Large Doll and Toy Department. BUY DOLLS HERE AND SAVE MONEY. WAX DOLLS, from loc. up to lo. comprising a variety of over 100 styles. CHINA DOLLS, from l~o. to $2. KID DOLL BODIES, $1, $1 25, $1 50. DOLL HEADS, all sizes, from loc. to $5, in Wax. Biscuit, Rubber and China. In the Toy Line We have everything what pleases the little unes, both Girls as well as Boys, China TEA SETS, from 40c. up to $5. Brittania TEA SETS, from 250. up to $2. KITCJHEN 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 latest novelties in Mechanical Toys MONEY BANKS, TRUNKS, DOLL HOUSES, etc., TOOL CHESTS, from s8c. up to $10. GAMES-Amusing and instructive; CHESS. DOMINO, BACKGAMON, PARLOR CROQUET. GREAT REPUBLIC, CHESSINO, CRIBBAGE,. and fifty other games, from 250. 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 s5c. up to 9ic.; also, WALL POCKETS, MATCH SAFES, etc. LOOKING-GLASSES, size 10 by 17, only sic. Best UMBRELLA in town only e90c. Velvet and Gilt EASEL FRAMES at Drices which cannot be duplicated elsewhere. LAMPS. GOBLETS, etc. ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES at prices which will please you. Merchantsw ill find it to their advantage to buy of us. 'C.O.D.ORDERS PROMPTLY FLLED Address THE CHICAGO TRADE PALACE, 14 ...............ana sweet..............14 Apoul PORAL NOTICOL SOmile New Orleans Imanraeae Compaay corner of Citnal and C(mutpi' sti e-New Or. leans, Dooember 1i, 187--Nol eo is herebt given that in conformity with article 6th of the char. ter of this company, the annual election o1 twelve directors to serve durtag the ensultn year will be held at this office, on MONDAY December ,1, 1877, between the hours of it a, m. to 2 p. m. dela td J. W. HINCKS, Secretary, The People's bank of rew Orleans, New Orleans. Dec. 10, r177.-The stockholders ol this bank are notified that the annuab election, according to article 22 of the charter.. for niate directors to servo during the ensuing year will be held at the banking house on MONDAY, the 17th inst., between the hours of lo a. m. iLd 2 p. m. By order of the Board, . deli lot N. LANDRY, Cashier. Germania National Bank of New Or leans.-The annual election for nine directors of this institution, to serve during the ensuing year. will be held at the banking house, No. 102 Canal street. on WEDUNEIDAY. January 9, 187. betweeon the hours or to a. in, and 2 p. in. doll td J. L. JERB(IERI, Oashier. Office Jefferson and Lake Pontclhartraiim Railroad Company, New Orleans, D)eeemberr, 1877.-The annual election for Directors of this company will take place, according to law, on MONIAY. January 7, 187s, between the hours of lO a. m. and 12:r p. min at the office No, 17 Ba ronnestreet. WALTER V, CiOUBH, des cod lm Secretarv. offce New Orleans and Carroliton Hall road Company, New Orleans. Dec. , 1877.-The annual election of Directors of this Company will take plane, according to law, on MONDAY, January 7, 1878 between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. in., at tihe offlce, No. 17 J4aronne street. del moeod WALTE'IY. (C!OUCH, Seretary. Notice to Corpus Christi lsippers.-The steamship St. Mary will sail for Corpus Christi on THUtJSDAY, via Brazss. Effect your insur anen accordingly. doll at . A. WHITNEY & c'O. Hlibernia National Bank, New Orleans, December 8, 1877-The annual election of dlire. tors will be held at tihe banking house WED NEIDAY, January 9, 1878, from to o'ilock a. m. to 2 o'clock V. m. JNO. (. G. DEVEtEUX. titd i Cashier. New Orleans National Bank, New Ore leans, La.. December 8, 1877.--This annual eloec tion for Directors of this flalk to serve during the ensuing year will be held at the Banking House on TUESDAY. January 8, 1878, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. dos lm WM. PA I,PREY. Cinbhl . Office of New Orleans City Railroad Company, Ro. 124 (anal street New Orleans Decem.nher 1 I 77.-An ELF.(TION FORi TWELVE DIRECTORS of this company to serve for the ensuin year will be held at this office on MONDAY, December 17, 1877, betweon the hours of 11 a. In. and 2 p. m,. de2 td C. C. LEWIM, Seoretary, m I- l mm . . . -mG ELECTION WRITS. HTATIE OF LOUfSIANA, I Executive Department. f To A. J. E(!H EVARRA. FEsq., Htheriff of the Parish of Assumption: Wberons, official information has been re ceived at the Executive Ilepartment of this State of the demise of the Hon. JONAH HUGHtES. late a Representative in the General Assembly of this State from the parish of As sumption. Now, therofore. I. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the Htate of Louisiana, have thought proper I, issue this writ of election, di reeting you, the said sheriff, to cause an elee. tion to be held in the said parish of Assump tion, on a day to be named by you, with the view of filling the vacancy thus ocnsioneid, said election to be held and the returns thereof to be made in compliance with the requirements of the laws in such cases made and provided for. In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed those presents and caused the seal of the State to be hereunto affixed, at the city of New Or leans, this twelfth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hundred and sec ond year of the independence of the United States. FRANC18 T. NICIIOLLS. BIy the Governor: WILl.. A. STIInrUN, Boeretury of State. de.t low If STATE OF LOUIsIANA. 1 To J. 3. O'NEAL, Est., Sheriff of the Parish of Bossier: Whereas. official information has reached me that by the death of the Hon. SAMUEL THOMAS, late a Representative of the parish of Bossier, there exists a vacancy in the Gene rial Assembly of this State. Now, therefore, I. FRANCI8 T. NICHOLLS, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this writ of election, directing you, the said sheriff, to cause an election to be held in said parish on a day to be named by you, to fill the vacancy thus occa sioned. said election to be held and the returns th,-reof to be made agreeably to law. In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my signature and caused the seal of thi State to be thereto attached, at the city of New Or leans, this twelfth day of I)ocnmber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hundred and second year of the indetyndenee of the United States. FRJANC'Is T. NICHOLLS,. By the Governor: WILL. A. STIL)N(o, Secretary 'of State. defl law tf STATE Of LOUIRTANA, i Exseutive Department. J To WILIJAM HIEFFNEIR. Esq.. Sheriff of the Parish of Caddo: Whereas, I have been officially informed of the death of the Hon. CORNELIUS BROWN, late a member of the House of Representatives. in the General Assembly cf this State, from the parish of Caddo. Now, therefore, I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this writ of eleotion, di recting you, the said sheriff, to cause an election to be held on a day to be named by you, in order to supply the vacancy existing in the House of Representatives of said parish, said election to be conducted and the returns thereof to be made according to law. In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my signature and caused the seal of the State to be hereunto affixed, at the city of New Or leans, this twelfth day of December, 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. FIIANCIS T. NICHOLLS. By the Governor: WILL. A. STRoNo, Secretary of State. d'lv lawtf STATE OF LOUISIANA, I Executive Department. To THOMAS H. HANDY, Esq., Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans: Whereas. a vacancy exists in the General As sembly of this State by the resignation of the Hon. JAMES B. EUSTIS, Senator from the Fourth Senatorial District of this State, com posed of the Tenth and Eleventh Wards of the city of New Orleans. Now, therefore, I. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS., Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this writ of election, di recting you, the said civil sheriff, to cause an election to be held on a day to be named by you, in order to fill the vacancy existing in the said Senatorial District, said election to be con ducted and the returns thereof to be made in conformity with existing laws. In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my signature and caused the seal of the State to be hereto attached, at the city of New Orleans. this twelfth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven ty-seven, and of the one hundred anhd secsod year of ta todoptedense ofta od *ITUATIONsI WArII-III~' mL3,. W ANTE .BY A LADY 0YF E IIE'NCE. anpxd refident of this cyy an who can Sgie go references, a Bosition as novern s or teacher in a school. Is fully competent to teach E lish and music. S ar no object. Address L M.,. are of Democrat oice,. o724 tf Cooks. Nurse.. COambermaids, Ete., R EPECTABLE YOUNG GIIJ WIIBIE4 a situation to dodiningroom or housework, and would be willing to nuras. Good'city refer ences given. Address C, B., Democrat office. delta t TITANTED-A HITUATIOTN TO COO' AND V assist in housework, by a orpoetotabler young woman. Can give gaood refeorone, Ap ply at 1194 Dryades street. delI at WANTED-BY A YOUNGl WHITE GVRL, A situation to do plain cooking and house work, Address A. P., tlis office. dot3 It M ANTED-.BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHI E Swoman, a situatlionm to nurse and do housework. Address'M. ., this office, delta WANTED-A .GOOD STEADY WOMAN V wishes a situation to cook, wish and Iron. Can give good reference. Address Mrs. H., 31 Fulton stret, between Josephine tad Adel. del2 It T1TANTED-BY A itEHPECT'rADLE YOUNG V white woman, a situation to cook. Rlefer onees given if required. Address ton Spain ttkeet. dCe12 2w W1TANTED--EMPIOYMENT AS CO(4K ;CAN VT do any kind of baking, and will assist in wamhing. Apply at No. :.2 Dauphine street, between Hosp4tll and Barraeks streets. dell at W7"ANTED-BY TWO WHITE WO(TEN, A I situatiorr; one a i)od cBook, and' one a good laundress. Address 8. L., this offlo,. delitt WTANTED--A SITUATION, BY A MIDDLiLE V aged woman, to wash and iron. App4y at ins Glatounle street, between Magazine and on stance streets. del:t t. WTANTED-IIY A REHIPECT ABLE WOMAN. Voa situat on as cook. Address 239 Tehoep itoulas street. deI2 t A WANTED-BY A MIDDLf-A(OED WOMAN, a situation to cook for a small family, also to wash and iron. Reference given, if required. ADpply at 1 Chippewa street, between Josephine 1 andJackso.,. dell it W ANTED--A SITUATION TO DO IIOUBI- 01 work and to take charge of children, and make herseifgenerally useful. Can give good Ti reference. Apply at No. 2101 Camp street. del2 t TI IAANTED-BY A MllD)LT;A.k-jTlVfjWIR • woman, a situation to do hmseowork and M a.tend ehildren. Apply at 441 (:h.rtres street, el1 St WANTEDI-IfY A YOUNG GIRL, A BITUA t lion to do housework or Aining-room work.t Address M. E.. this om e..l del.i:t W ANTED - BY A VERY RESPECTABLE white woman, who understanids French, Creole and Hpanish styles of cooking, employ- f nment in a private familly. Apply at No. 302 Dau phine street, betweno Hiospital and Blurracks, or A. E., Democrat ,offlc., dell at IC "TANTED--BY A FIRST-CLAS8 COOK, A Sliace in a respectable. family, and can give the best of refe.racs. Address No. 1" . corner B Constance and Race street.. . . i" 3t X1JANTED-IY A RESP'EC:TABLE GIRL A IV ituation to do hous and diningroomo work. Address .. H.,D .te'morar.t ofmln. cdeli at Bt W ANTED-BY A THOROUGHLY ('OMPE S tent woman, a situlltion as wai.er and D ironer. Apply at the corner of St. Thomas and hiacstreet s, at the bakery. del it WITANTED BY TWO RESPE(CTA BLE( I8,H, A SI itualttions to cook and do housework, or wash and iron. Address No. Ilro Third street, Ix'twe.n St i'atrtck and St. Denis. doe7 w 0 SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE.. Clerks and Salesmen. UJANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN EXP'ERI V 'need in th.e roeery business employment as salesman, or in any capacity lie can serve. Is acustomned to uhard work and will be satis. ied with moderate wases. Retfnrences given. J Address B. II., Democrat office. doll 6t Tl ANTED-A SITUATION IN A IWHOLE- Ga Vi sale or retail) grocery store by a young man who has had several years' experience in a nounity store. Willing to work for a living sal- T ary. Address G. K., care this office. se:otl tUTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD Th vV character a situation in an office or wholesale house. Is not afraid of hard work. -.st e refesrences turnished. Addresn-s H. Dt, tDemocrat Office. selu tf Iemoerat um)co. selhtI HELP WANTED-FEMgALE . Chambermaid, Cooke, Nurses, ete. W A NTED-AT l2' TERPIICHORE ST IEET. three girls about sixteen years of age. who can come well rec(ommended. One to look after a child and help in the house, and two to learn to put up and label yeast powders, e(10(3 "t W ANTED--A WHITE NURSE ABOUT thirteen years old. Apply personally to Mrs. G. WILLIAMS, le4 First street. dal 3t.* WIANTED-A GIRL FROM TWELVE TO fifteen years old, to attend children. Apply at No. 197 Esplanade street, noar Johnson. deli 1t* 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. 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 housekeeper. aul7 tf WANTED--PUPIL. A LADY DESIRES TO OBTAIN A FEW pupils in music. Would bewillingto teapch beginners for three dollars a month. For fur tier particulars address ROSE, Democrat of floe. del2 at IIMCELLANEOUS. W ANTED-BY A BOY WHO HASH OME experience in type-setting. a situation in some printing office. Good reference given. Address WILLIE. Democrat office. del2 at $1 50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BI~ T WORK. Pan 30 Magazine. D. LEECH, Soiree Pianist. jyt ly W ANTED-SUGAR COOLERS, IF SOUND. good order and cheap. PLANTER. Dem ocrat office. s820 tf ocra( ome0 . 8020 tf STRAYED. QTRAYED - FROM NO. 540 BARIONNE k street, December 9 one dark roane MARE PONY long mane and tall. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning her to the above address. del2 2t* FOR SALE. FOR SALE-A NO. 1 MODEL BAIRGE AND J one rak,-covered barge. Apply to A. P. DuMAY. 11 Union street. dee 7t FOR SALE-ONE NEGRO BOY.s YEARS old, 3 feet high; weight 200 pounds. Said boy was raised in Kentueky; and at the same time offer a fine assortment of top and no-top Buggles 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 Carondelet street. no025 Im L. T. MADDOX. COPARITERSHIPS. HE DEATH OF OUR SENIOR, MR. R. M. bMontgomery, will cause no change in the business of I. MH. & . J. MONTGOMERY which will be continued as heretofore. BENJ. J. MONTGOMERY, des CHAS. KIRSCH. M EDICAL NO'TICE.-DR, W. BILLE. 8PE £tL eialist for all Chronic Diseases, Private Dlsease. and Female Diseases, has just re turned from Europe Office, 165 Canal street, between Baronne and Carondelet streets, no stairs. Nervous Debility Weakness, either caused by abuse or age, ALWAYS cured in a short time. Private Diseasestreated after a new sure and quick method. Female Dissesreated with greatest suooess. hronl Diseases of Liver. Langs, Throat and Skin treated by the latest and must proved methods of Erope. Dr. Bille' rep ea# skilled nad s I t b .advfnytl& a io es tblied ! , a+o o " t NEW OBLEAIs ON1 WZE: - Conmmenein Monday, .Yamnber I., LOT ON CANAL STIR ST, Between Tonti and Rocheblave streets. POPULAR PRICES. Admission ooe; Children under 9 yetar 5e., TWO PERPOLIANCEI DAILr, At 12 m. and 8 p. m. COMING ON THREE SPECIAL TRAIN~I Fifth Annual Tour of the Continent by Itla A Congress of Btewldoring Attractions! 10,000 Separate and Dlstinct Novelties t The earth, the sea, the sky are all ropresented in a vast wilderness of exhibition tents. ONE TICKET ADIIIT TO ALL. W. W. COLE'S New and Greatest Show on Earth! A M I MOTIT MUHEUM.I A STUPENDOUB MENAGERIE! A FAMOUS CIRIOUSi W. F. COLE ............ . ol Proprietor. OUR SUPERiIO1rTY (CYER ANY £O'flZI tHOW IN AMERICA,A. The Wonders and Beauties of Nature. Teon Thoseand Ocean Mar.vels, The Gaone Horsemenn of the PaEamoa Nuperb Display of Arenic Prowese, Monarche of the Rivers and Jungles of India, Africa and SouthiAmerica. WE CHALLENGE, TIHE WORLD 'O E(`AL OUR tGEAT kHtIOW. ltS 000,0 WORTH o.) GOLDEN TABLEAU (JARS AND CHARIOTS. LIKE HOUNTAINS OF BURN ISH.ZD GOLD IN SUtLIGIHf . I[CTRAORDINARY FEATUIIE JUH'P ADD;D Living Alaska Oceanic Lion#s Baby Elephant aby nbromednries. Baby Le parl. Baby Lions, Bby MonyBaby amoe Baby Tigers, BIMy He, Lions, D.'e of Monster Serpente, DJroe of Bact:ian Camels, Herd of Elephants, ' 9$10,000 Hipp, potamIs, A 8ea Elephant, Wel;rde, etc., Trained and PoIorming Wild Boasts. 4 Circus Performers, 20 Beautiful Lady Artists, is Darling Children, n select Musicians, h New and Famous Artists, Avalanche of Attrartions. [nterestlng and Instructive, FamIous Family Social. World of Foreign Features, o,o0n Wondrous Peasts. Jo Lilliputian Ponies. e Funny Chlwns, lames of the Roman Corso, Brilliant Attractions. HIt TY CAGES, DENH AND COIRRALH OF WILD BEASTS. hhe most, gorgross Street Pageant ever seen; forming a seene of splendor never before elaluale. dle zt BALLS.. GRAND FANCY DIIE8S. MAlfK -AND 3r .33 X6Z 'U17 BA.Lu.s., Tpbe aiven by PELICAN H. & L. FIRE CO. NO. 4, I' Saturday Evening, Dee; 12, iSI75, -AT ) BT. PATRICK'S HALL. Committee of Arrangeme.ts: Henry Andry, Chairman. S Coo. N. iur1rl. F. GucorirLer. E. Develle. Johu E. Koux. Appllcations for ladies' invitations to be left wlthFRANIK RAfLE. Fs., No. :3 Carondelet street; PAUL ROUSSET. +o, 239 Decatur street. I or Lock Box 1'200o. 9 Scaled propoals for bar-room. restaurant and hat-room will be rceAived until Docember 10, to be left wlth HENRY ANDRY. Firemen's Charitable Association office. City Hall. Tickets $. de2 td .. . . .. . . i m m m ar l rol ...... . ....... ............ -- ._ .u--- J m | i mm DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON'S ARRIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS. a DR. SYDNEY DAVIESON, M. R. C. S. LONDON, 1. D. Giesen, Author of " Practical Observations on Nervous Debility." "Essay on Marriage." etc., a nior Proprietor of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy, St. Louis, Mo., S Begs to inform the citiaens of New Orleans and vicinity, and especially those wbo have al ready availed themselves of his services, that he has returned to the city for the season, and may be consulted, till the a1st March next, at his old rooms, 9 Rampart street, Detween Canal and Clustomobuse, e And may be consulted DAILY from 10 a. m. till 3 p. m. anl from 6 till Dp. m. Dr. IDAVi;i:ON, having adopted as his line of practice the treatment and cure of Nervous Diseases, Has spent ears of study and research in that branch of edical Science bearing spelally on ,the s ,fr ns ar inrt from YOUTHFUL FOL LIES OR INDISCREI'IONS, ca.slng nervous, Smental and physical debility, and the loss of all vitality, and his long and varied experience in the best European Hoepitals, together with years of the most successful practice, both in Europe and America. enable him to guarantee Relief to All Suferers who consult him. Dr. DAVIESON has been specially and remarkably successful in his Treatment by Carrespondenee. It is, however, desirable that at least one per sonal lntervirw should be had, f practicable. Dr. DAVIESN esecially invites the atten tion of those who by placing themselves under the care of ignorant charlatans have only in creased their sufferings. The physician who understands his profession and labors with In tellgence to advanoe it in the respect of men, is-a benefactorto manklind and the high esti mation in which Dr. DAVIESON is held by physicians themselves, is proof that all who apply to him may have Implelt Faith In a Rapid and Peirmi. reas Care. Dr. DAVI18ON'8 work " Practical Obeerva. dons, now in its 160b edition, will be found a valuable aide, and m be had, bound in 9 thpriýeýý6Cnts bydressing the author, betee Canalu oNd lNo.n Bampart street, e aand, New Orleans, A R meay be consulted at No. 9 bgh VABIIETIX TB ZAThZ-.OPZ3A. TO*WIGUT, Last nlght but twe of the GRAND OPERA OOMPANY. This (Thursday) Zrv~nin, hee. IS, %S At 8 o'clodk. Grand Scenes and Acts from LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR, IL BARBIERE DI SEVIGLIA, LOHENGRIN, DERE lI In whf h' Miss A;,PxAnsDn HUM.Nr, s I . LAIL'1I5 PIaJ.LW'8. Mr. (aJRLRTAN Mr. B. WIIOAND and the ronown TA"LA IETaA Will appeag, Tro-morrow rPdrd) eveing December 14;t o'oI.ok--'ANNnAU8 (aby rtiues.) n. 3.-In coMsequence of the Immensely ceAsful ronditrr of Wamner'S TABA , EIlt it will rpeatedIsE.r TOW . T. Friday" even In--TANKAUuB Bext a raturay, De,7. at I a l arewocl nee--LE$ TMatinee cast. Mmie.- Eucr o PM AvTaAiDe PsrXLIPI's,, Miss A MAN. Mr. CEASLNS Amturn, Furrsuc $Ia. TAOLIApulrrTA, r A Admission to Matlnee, one dolls ; seats. 26 cents extra. Sunday evsnin , Dee. It, at 8a o'loek-Final formance o the company. Clats now at the Theatre Box Oi..ce. MOINDAY nDec. 17.-Ftrst appearance of, distinguished artist,. IM. JOHN T. RAI8MOND, I , In 1is new RsIcess, P_ .DRO ANCE AGENT in Bartley lean comedy, AIHKS. ACADEMY OF MBIU1C aunday, Bee. 9, and D·Usn tLWT Matinees Wednesday and 4aturday, RsI 's Extravagranza COsgmbni gs,, A COTERIE O FIFTY SELf1PED AV For the pewformance of reflae AMERICAN OPERA OUYtfP Rice's Musilal Burrlescue MI taucu a uana entitled EVANGELIN.l, With te.sr s scenery. brillsnravpol ngpnaJ W muso rmic and elegapt' The most remerkabis socce of the nl m a of the Eastera.. Northern. aned4 cities. The Lone Pleherma-Den ornE H1 Whaler--Balloon to Arizona- Duoet trand Chorsees--JBeaut- l J. H, B1RffAM--Sit tt|r. ah. , Becure your seats in advance. OPERA IHOUS& OPERA PAPPESHEIMa-P ,ARA (-R AND (ONCERET, Mon tiaesohn's Grrat Oratorio of ELIJAH, Maturay, Decesbe , . The PHILBATrM1ONIC JOC1ETY takes urn in mcnounelng that a;tho Opera on FAA JU.RDAY NLTwHrT 1=214M through the courtesy of. tho FRYER GRAND OPERbL TRO It will be onerblel to prodte, nndr r th direction of Mr. GOliOENRYfiL T of ELEb.A. tor the first time ha The solo , duets, etc. ill be sug b th lng artiets of the tro.pe, hilt!. EsDoINIE 1AmN i im MIfE ADELAIDE PHILLwIIp, MR. CHARLES ADAMS, M ,A. BLUM. The Sointy an this ocrasion..wil be aesilat tht F.ULL U(HORIJ8 AND O `ESi H A$ the Troupeo. ENERAL, ADMISSION. Si. RFAJERVED SSEATS, eacente extra. dels td IKENGER'S GARDEN, NeI. 11 arn 18 Bearbr a st$eeg H. WENGERP Proprietr, Has boo nlowly freseoe..'and is now the1 EST HALL in tho South. The m le i , mont of the h all was ooens&Ato M4Ieia.eS lion onmrturday, the 13ahi n.k, t 7 o0'1I m. A lae number of Earopea, and DpaperOa ravs on file. Three rooms for ladies and families, t 5 arate entrance. The largest Orhetrlon in the world Diag iron o'clock a m. tol2m Philip Best' MILWAIUKII CLAGER 1 Fivo Cents a glass. oel BOARD= I LECT £I'3IVAT Be BO yfablurslshed front oafbe with or wbbout board by the da w month.N a ply dence N. 146 uarondelet street. ri search of home comforts will flnd opnortunty A line bath-room also te baRtnse. f.rensR exhangsd. CITIZENBSA (A Bank for 8 "As) BmrA LUG OHAR TP. ThisuSdings r em depo i a b t 0 1 a sP en t