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PECIAL NOTIO ls,
Flocledad Union E.-panola de Rencfleen
rita Mulva- Fallecio-EI Jlurme, 7 dal corrienle, it
Ian 10% d lan marinar , it. la edadl die : aaior elt
,'iooo NIMON A ININA. natural de P'rmira de
Afar, Barcelona. Erpafa.
ILo.i ofiirialr, / miinbros d , na A so iacrion Re
',eulriran (n Ru local de c(ilostullbrel . ih Ias 3% ant
,unlto dI la l1ardIe por anoinpaiTar el de.spojo
morltal at ulliryo dsesanns)
J'or ordom de'l Nor. I', rsidrnfe.
F i.d I'. VII,/ ,S NA A. Sear'etarto.
N)rVhar Orlearn. No,. H d'e 1i7H. noRH it
~Mpeclal Notice to1 Id HIvePr whlppers
Thr. lg qlartinol of I iirlb.rli hns boen sH motlf
fled (Is to allow tth shirpnmrt of pork, bacon,
lard. rieo, sugar, oils, in brrols and t atans. lime,
riulphur. mldicins, whisky. mrachinry of all
kinds Hhlppidi wit hrunt peiintrig, wagonR and
farming Implomentn, hardware not pcked, salt
in sa'Hlks, tot'aIi. nl box1i,, axi'H s, cofH,f1 in bar.
rVls. anid iron ties. to that, prish. Thu slamo
afrtli:l,,s van btin sltll to nirnt, i nf Grant parish
rHs high n Ins Collhax. 'him BONNIE LEE. leav
ilg SAT''UIIAY., thi ninth inHstnt. will take
above artlin . trans.'lr'ring them at or near
Eng Boind to the a samrler 1 nnIo Brarndon and
Vbirga. JOS. A. AIKEN,
non 2t i. O rnlvtlrstreet._
Ladlea' Pellabody Atxillltlary AsanclatlIon
-No mrrorn ntollulllatl Ii H for e('Jl llng will bo ro
ciiv ld until thoisi on flirt are litled,
no)l tf HA M'I, I1ARTE. Haerritnary.
Olilee of Cresrelnt City itallrinad t'om
aony., No. 8H (JhartrnH Htreet, Now Orleans. Otto
ber 21,187H -At. a rtmnoting od the Ioard of Direo
tors old thi dnvy, a it dividend of TWO PER
OCEIT wrss drelared out of tho oernings of the
sILHt threei monrtlh, Ipayi,lo On and aft er No
vombir 1o next. 'J rarusfers botwoen Octobor 81
anid November 10 will tbe ix dlvli lend.
o002 td J. ItL..J U1 N, ,eereirtary.
Spelal Nolcr-OflIce it. HSernard Coal
Comorn ny, Now Orleans, e. Hotmhnbor 16, t1r78-
Until furthor nothio we will sell (OAL at the
following rates, for cash: St. Brnard coal at 45
(nllta rot barrel PIlttnburg coal at. I, eonts peor
barrel. Dolivored froo of charge within city r
s017 If W. H. CAMPBELL. Agont.
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Headquarterw Citlzens' Conservative An=
sociation. Now Orleans. November H. 1878-A
mortring of the members of the Exenutive and
Auxiliary Commrittoh. will hb hold THIS DAY
(Friday). at 12 o'clock m., at No. r,5 Camp street.
A full attendance is roequested.
LION EL O. LEVY, Chairman.
C. B. PENIRoR. Heerorlary. noR 1"t*
- )EIiRONAL-MR. MICHAEL QUINN. WHO
Shas varoutn living In Oud, Ireland, will re
olvo valunble luformaltion by calling at once on
his namesakn. at the oun-Ton Saloon. No. 3,
MLagazine at irect. noR It*
TO. 14 DAUPilINE STREET. SEOOND
house irom C(anal. This Olegant residence
is now open for the reception of gllsts. Loca
tion most central. RIoome ()n suite or single.
with or without meals. Table not excelled in
the city. Unexceptionable reforonces ox.
l)OARDING-AT NO. 223 CANAL STREET
) (north side), can be found pleasant, alry
rooms, with Board. Auitable for familles and
single gentlemon. Location healthy and doti
rabld,. Rates reasons bln. el5 tf
PROPOSALS FOR PINE WOOD.
OFrIolE OnoArn For I)raIoroIs OF PunLIC
Schools, No. :I9 burgundy street,,
New Orleans, November 7. 1878.
Sealed proposals addrossed to the Committee
on Purchas's and Supp lies will b'" receioved at
this oliloe ull 12 o'clock m. MONDAY. the
elevent,h instant, to furnish the I'ublle Schools
F"hlI seventy cords of h kors' PINE WOOD.
wed. IIEIIRE LANAUX,
Chairman Committee on I'urchases and Sup
_ pli . . noR td
'10 THlE PUBLIC.
OFI(Is, OAIn) OF ITALTIIu.
Stter-HoIsie, Statr or Louilaoi.,
Now Orleans, Novermber r, 1878.
It, iR known that many calses of yollow fever
have recovered withoutl medical attendane,.
andrl cronseI. intily without, being retorted to
this ofleo. The loard of Health are dresirous
of ascerrtnining as nearly ras I.oPsil) lhr)e total
Iumbeor of csann wh'ich have ocrirred during
the late pidlemic, and thereby retirateo the rate
of mortality. To this end all heads of families
and hOuseholders arre earne(stly reuI)rOsted to re
porl, withouot (dely to this ofilie sucrh e1ses as
have occurrerd in thrir midst without. the at
tendlance of a mIediial nlln.
Ilianks will be iurnish1ed at this oifle. on ap-
tllcallton. HAAM'L CIIOPI'IN, M. I)..
n- oa 1w iroh'eilort ionardI of tlenilth.
J1rFror IloAan oF IiHArL'rrr,
State- JIIuaie, atr of I uill istnar.
Now Orirris, November 2, 1878.
In view of the probable eontrancer of mainy
fammllo1s into house Infected b)y yellow fever,
whether rby removal or return to the city, the
Board of Health recommnmd that all such
hIOuises bHe thoroughly fumliarteld t)y srlltphurllr.
and, ilso, hbe freely opened to thie action of frost.
if this should oretur lprerviolus to occupation.
It is also reonmornmndeod to all hrousohorlders,
on the aoppearlancel of sHvere frost, to expose R
their houses for several days and nights
thoroughly to its action. This applles, also, to n
all the contents of thr rooms, and particularly to
clothing, bedding and all articles of morehan
dise of a pr)rolus characllr, wbhich should be
opened as freely as vpossible to the air.
SAM'L CHOPPIN. M. D..
President Board of Ileal! h.
B. F, TAYLOR, M. D..
noet;it: Hotrrrtnrv Board of le ralth.
1 16 Canal Street.
ON MONDAY, 4TH INSTANT,
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FALL AOOLtT1HEN T
- OF -
I''tl;:NCII ANI) I'NGLI1II
AINCY WOOLEN DRESS GOOBS,
Imported Dor steamer Frankfurt, consisting of
Novelties in Woolen and Bilk mixed
Fabrics, Plain, Colored and Fancy.
Also, an elegant assortment of
Frtýench Cloth Cloaks,
Of the latest designs and richly trimmed.
BLACK CASIIMERE SHAWLS,
FRENCH KID GLOVES.
FRENCH PERCALES, ETC.
Washington Avenue Drug Store,
Corner Magazine and Washington its.
Constantl receiving fresh sunplies of nure
Drugs. Medicines, OChemicals. Patent Medicines,
Combs of all kinds. Brushes, Soaps. Perfumery
Toilet and Fancy Articles, etc., sold at small
margin. Coral Tooth Paste, recommended b
all wno use it as a vry suprior dentrifle. It
beautifies the teeth to a fine peArl-llke orna.
ment and ravishing beauty. Glycerine Co'd
Cream for chatpped I rs, f+co and hands, Rob
Orts' Pectoral co(logh Syrup, f,,r catarrhl, coldn
bronchi is and pneumonnia Presr'trl ions oui
uP nigtht and day. R. J. MAINEGRA, MI. D.,
Druggist, P'natrmanenuat and Pra'ticaI Chemist,
C008 ly 2lp
DR. CIIAKI,En LANAUX,
Office-No. 82 Royal Street,
Between Conti and St. Louis streets.
mrJ idm 2dDo
I Governessew, (nCmpanonsl , Etc.
W ANTED--By AN INTELLIGENT AND IN
dustrlous young lady. who can aIttly hbr
self to almost everything, a situation to instruct
young children n the first rudiments of the
Engllsh and French languages, and Is willing
to assist at housework and plaHi sewing. None
but boit famrl-ls need apply. Address. at this
office, ANXIOUd. nos :It
Coeoks. Nuanr. Cuammbermafls. Ete.
W ANTED-A HITUATION IN A HMALL
family, to cook, wnsh and iron, by an in
I-dustrious woman. Atply ati 7i Thalia street.
t TANTED-BY A REoPECTAlrLE WHITE
woman, a situation to :ook tartl to ttslst
o In washing. OGod recrenrmcoc(a bto given. Ad
dr ss M. J. J.., tblh ofilOe. nos i:t
W ANTED-BY A Itl.lPECTAJII E WOMAN.
rda situation as laundress. Address 21R De
Slord street. no7 :It
'WAANTED-BY A COLOIREI WOMAN, A
Ssituation ts Ian.nitr-s or c:hitnihrma,
I either on a, sttnamoa, t or in a fuilly. list city
references given. Address E. ''.. I)De.oiratt
W ANTED-DY A I'ESPI'CTAiljIE YOU(lO
woman, aI Mitlntalon t, do hiishiiewor k at i
dining-room. Address M.. I this ofllc,,. nor, It
SITUATIONS WAN'FrED--MA LII.I.
W ANTED-A HIT'UATION OF ANY KIND
inastoro. where ht c('an make himself
useful Very smtll salary will svifllea. btinks
arit writes four Jnrlan ges. list of city refer
enes. Address L. J., 212 Ubartreo street.
W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. A HITUA
Stion in Ia comrnnssion hItlte. cotton or
otherwise. No large salary tixpt'eodt. HIst
refererces given. Address WILLIAM. thtis
oflifO. no__ 1w
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF SOME
c exporlonce, a 5i tntion Ias assIstant over
seer upon at plantation. Is cimpotent to run
the engine if desired. No large comapensation
expected. IBeot references given. Adldries
JAMEH. title officO. nr, 1w
T'ANTED-A CHILD'H NURIRE. APPLY AT
No. 211 tecond street, near cornrler Urlot
nut. betwoon 10i a. m. and 1 p. m. Bringr your
references. no,. 11*
MISl'OELLA NtO IIO US.
WI ANTED-BY AN AOTIVE, INTELLIGENT
' widow, t situatlon iit a family .to teach
small children. A homo more doelrod than
salary. Address Mrs. 0.. Lock Box tot. not; .it
W ANTED-A RESPECTABLE FAMILY ItE
sltling In the Hecond Disltrict. avoroxi
mate of city cars. atnd where there is no board
ers, wishes to have two yountg men to reside
and hoard. The prlr,, is very low. Rtiformenur s
retljred, Address No. 201 Burgunldy street.
W ANTED-AN OLD LADY WOULD LIKE
to obtain board In a privrate family where
she will be well taken care of. Address, sttlntn
number in family. locatlon and price of boaril,
OLD LADY, DoI)rmoirat ofllce. oeli tf
$150 FOB PIANO TUNING-BEBT WORK
t. Magailne. D. LEECH. oireoc
Pianist. jyI ly
o Agents of Vessels.
THE CHMIPION PRESS
Is prarpared to recnive Cotton to ha (omor aartnd
and to hb tla,, with a TrE \MI BAND-I'ULJLEI
and the GltIP TIE, and a gain in st owageo na
r ailty of 20 per c,,nt, wi ll , o aarante ,d over
the eormt retostnri dnlo by any pross not usinU
our Ti ietiil J'ullor.
0, A GAIN OF 25 PER CENT
.l WIII Be Guaranteed
al Provided we arm allowred ONE HALF heo gain
ig over and aItovae thatt Il lnount.
Ito Inte of compressirga MIXTY CENTS PER
eas BALE, including the ' ir and ullear.
011OHN B. LAFITTIaE & CO.,
6-- no7 3:t Th Su 3w 1 .1 G ravtrr rat rnrt.
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS.
Great Reduction in Price of
D]ALIE rri-I .g.
he The undersigned offer for salte. in lot to suit
,h Durchasers. the colobrated
AT $1 75 P1ER BUNI)LE,
se with dilrount on largo lotg .
sb Thi g Tio Is rcWolrn d. by mnny who hrvn
to upod it. a8 being thhe hostr ever offorold in thih
market. JOHN B. LAFITTE & CO..
to o(:lol m 1 .. (G,, vlrIv"r strnt;.
o F. HOLLANDER,
i5 and 53 Custornhouse street,
Importer and Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS AND CORDIALS
of overy description.
Sole agent for George Goulet CHAMPAGNE,
Old Cabinet WHIeKY, Rood's Tonic and Cock.
tail BITTERS, Gormania Red Cross MINERAL
WATER, California Canned Fruit and Jollle s.
A large stock of Fresh Lager Boor, in barrels
and bottles, constantly on hand. no3 2m
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
And have on hand, a largo lot of l
P'ire Old Wine,
Suitable for Convalescents. embrahing Tokay.
Angoelica. Shetrry. Musaat Hck. Ritisling and
Cla, t WINE. and Grapler BRANDY. We guaratn
toe the above STRICTLY PURE.
We are also agents for Franak Pehr's celebra
tedl t(LouIisvill) Family BEEIR.
We offer the above at very low Drfeo.
MILLElR & IlMIP,!1ANN
0027 1m 60, 52 and 54 Houth Peoter street. t
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
GEE PROF. BERTRAND'S REMEDY FOR
L- the dlestruction of all noxious INSECTS and
GRASSES, especially of the Coco anti B rmuda.
For further particulars apply to the depot.
No. 80 Carondelet street,
no3 tf A. L. STUART, Agent.
CREDIT FONCIER ASSOCIATION
Ollnce No. 21 Blenvllle street.
At an election bheld Monday, October 14.1878,
the following gentlemen have been elected Di
rectors of this Association for the ensuing year,
G. PASCAL. ROBERT ROBERTS
J. W. BL ýCK, ALBERT 1'. NOLL,
AUItUSTE LEVIS,JR.. L. ROCA,
G. GAST, GUSTAVE PITARD.
And at a meeting of the Board of Directors
holdOct o rbe1 7-i8 ~ i- A UG USTELEVIS, J R.;
hta been unanimously (de etd President, and
Mr. G. H. NORMAN Secretarv.
G H. NORMAN, Seeretary.
New Orleans. October 18. 178. rte19 Im
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PLEDGES. PLEDGES. PLEDGES.
I respoetfully request alll Dprsons owing me
back int-rest on arri,",4 pledged by them to me
tro pay for samre by NOVEJIBEIt 7. All forflited
Pledges will invariably be SOLD AT AUCTION.
P. S -The sale will commence on NOVEM BElR
7 proximo, at the corner of Bourbon and Cn!i
streets, through PLACIDE J. BPEAR, Auc
0125 itao J. AGN.LADE.
1VILTlAlK AND INELIX WATC iE,
ni (- t-stt L Y 4L F
I. C(. LEVI, Jeweler,
L 108 ........................... Canal Street ............................ 108
Offers the above Watches at the latest reduced rloce list of November s!t,
The Watiuh are all Patent Isvers, and Quaranteed for Threo Tears.
Solid Silver Watch, Waltham or Elgin movement... .- #t2 0
Solid Hsilver Watch with ofen faoe and flat gise. ..... i2 0o
Solid Sliver Stem Winder and Seter. ....... 22 1o
SSolid Gold Watch. 2 o 14 karat caso ..c......s- :... 6 0K
SSolid Gold Watch. 2 om. 18 karat case ..... ........... -.. 0 o
Solid Gold Stem-winder. 2 oz. 14 karat case..... . 70 o
Solid Golid Stem Winder. 2e oz. 18 karat Z ase..... . - 0 o
A LADIES' WATCHES.
4olid Gold Watch, 14 karat case..........
tsolid Gold Watch. 18 karat case.................... 45 o0
(i ' olid Gold Stem winder. 14 karat esse ............. ..... rn
:~olid Gold Btem-winder. 18 karat case........... ...,... 65 00
In addition to the above I have a large assortment of Swsas,
Fronolh and German Watches, rlices ranging from k, to $1to. %
For meehanics or laborers the $1a watch or 12 stere -winder C
Swill glive all satilsfactlon nocessary.
I will send watches, diamonds and Jewelry by express,
SC(J. 0. . D., allowing the purchaser to open package an, exam- h
Inc same. [r
I have a corm late amssortment of Diamonds, Opera, Guard. Vest and Neck Chains at prices to
oorrosoapnd with the above I have constantly on hand a large stock of Silverware of all descrip
tions. Clocks. Bronzes and Statuary.
I Make a Specialty of Repairing Fine Watches and Setting Diamonds.
t For further particulars, address for illustrated catalogue,
s no124 I.. LEVI. 10os anal street.
WHEELER & PIERSON,
i1 13 AND 15 CAMP STREET.
oLatest Styles For Winter
JUST RECEIVEI) IN OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT.
STYLISH BUSINESS SUITS. $15 TO $26.
r SCOTCH CASSIMEIIE SACK SUITS. $1S TO $20.
BLACK WORSTED RECEPTION COATS AND VESTS. ALL PRICES, tl
FALL OVERCOATS, BTYLISH. $10 TO $16.
BOYS' SCHOOL AND DRESS SUITS, VERY LOW, $N TO $12. Ii
UNDERWEAR. SCARFS, COLLARS. bHIt'TS, ETC., LATEST STYLES.
BUYElRS WILL DO WELL TO EXAMINE.
SMup ºl rior Fit, Lowv Prioest 111(1 Polite At tention.
LARGE STOCK OF LOW AND MEDIUM CLOTHIIING FOR COUNTRY TRADE
nol IN OUR WHOLESHLE ROOMS UP STAIRS. ORDERS SOLICITED.
t a r IM JAL A I:) Ix IJ 0 1" - l. l I A G
NICOLL, The Tailor,
118 CANAL STREET, E
BRANCHI OF NEW YORK. b
PANTS, to order, from $$5. OVERCOATS. to order, from $15. SUITS, to order, from $20. Pc
The Finest Stock of Imported and Domestic Goods in the City.
S. . .r--. lm
American Waltham Watch Agency.
No. 86 St. Charles street, corner of Commercial Place,
Watches for Ladies, Gentlemen, Mechanics, Laborers and Boys.
Railroad Watches a Specialty.
THE AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY MANUFACTURE FIVE DIFFERENT SIZES AND
THIRTY-TWO DISTINCT GRADES OF
ICEY AND 4TE1.1 ~VININNG WATCIIEM,
AND EVERY WATCH FULLY GUARANTEED.
The success of those watches has bo)n remarkable
In 1874 the Corl Dany first opened an oflice In London.
rEngland. l'he first year only 500a wore sold; the see
owl year 1800; the third your 50(i0, and the la-t year,
(177) 128,.0ro. These wa|tches a0re now nIlversasily
known, alnd( l,200,O00 are speaking for thenselve,
in the pockets of the people. Such is thr, growth ol
this Great American I:dustry I hav sold over G645II0
of thi watches in diffc:rnt parts' of the South, and as
far as I can learn, they are all giving satisfaction to
; PRICE LIST :
The following Watches are the same size as Illus.
tratlon, and are sold under a FULL GUARANTEE.
Holid Sllver Wat"lhes, Hunting Case or Open Faeo
$12; Sold Silver Stem Winder, $16 50, $22 and $25; 0ol1d
Gold Watch, s$0; Solid Gold Stem Winder. $70. o80,
$90 and $1oo0.
LADIES' WATCHES, ONE-THIRD SIZE ILLUS. L
Solid Silver Watch, s$1 and $20 Solid Gold Watch
$40. $44 and $48; Solid Gold Stem Winder, $60, $665and
$70. Boys' Watches same price 1a Ladies'. For the
I Planter. Farmer or WorkI nman the $12 Watch or
the $16 t0 Satm Winder will give all the satisfaction H,
requirted. Where there is an Express Office I will
send Watches Collect on Delivery-allowlng them to
be examined; otherwise by registered mail, post
paid, at my risk. on receipt of price. I will send New A
Illustrated IPrlce List of over one hundred different
Watches. prices $10 to $300, on receipt of address.
A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SOLID GOLD co
CHAINS AT LOW PRICES.
A. 1I. I-IILL_., J 7EWELER,,
86 .................... ST. CHARLES STREET.................... 6
CORNER COMMERCIAL PLACE.
Beg to inform their numerous friends and cus
tomers that they have just received from Now
York Auction Sales a full line of
BLACK CANTON CLOTH,
BLACK SICILIAN CLOTH,
BLACK ETAMINE CLOTH,
and many other BLACK GOODS. too numerous
to mention. Also, a full line of
at very low figures. Call at once on
585 and 587. MAGAZINE ST..585 and 587
Corner St. Andrew. no5 3ms5p
Meat Stalls Nos. 37 & 38 Magazine Market
Supplies Ships, Families, Hotels. etc., with
Pork, Sausage, Tripe, Etc., Etc. I
And cverythixr t,in market affords.
no5s m MARTIN L NNES, Butcher.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Has Removed to
Corner Baronne and Gravier streets.
MONEY TO LOAN
DIAMONDS. JEWELRY. WATCHES. SILVER
WARE. PIANOS. LOOKING-GLASSES
AND FURNITURE OF ALL
And all other versonal property. Guns, Pistols
etc. Also on Stocks. Bonds and other collat.
erals. in large and small sums. at as low ratee
of interest as any chartered institution in this
city. PLEDGES KEPT ONE YEAR.
Hart's Loan Office,
43 ............. Baronne Street............4
(OvDosite the N. O. Gas Co.)
MAURICE J. HART, Agent,
N. B.-Parties not being able to call in Derson
will receive prompt attention by communica
ting with the above.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
The business at No. 48 St. Charles street,
known as "Hart's Broker's Office." will be con
tinued as heretofore. 1a20 ly2dp
No. $ Carondelet Street, New Orleans.
Portraits from life
or from pictures of
the deceased (in oil or
crayon), from $25 to
M. ART GALLERY
is a place of free re
sort, and the public
is invited to visit it a
DR. W. G. AUSTIN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
Corner of Jackson and Magazine streets,
(UDDer City Hotel.)
Office hours. 7 to 9 a m., and 5 to 7 D. m.
No. 124 Canal street,
Office hours, from 12 to 2 D. m.
Can be summoned by American District tele.
graph at any hour. y25 S.pt
,PLENDID CHANCE FOR A MARRIED
coupl, or small family. A lady having inl -
furniture (in storage), and not wishing to keep i
house, would furnish at house, giving parties I
option of choosing their ow. locality, or would t
rirnt furniture alone. Address U.. Democrat,
office. o0t4 'f
~Ot RENT--T E ECOt D FLOOK OF ONE
of the host lcattld stores on Canal street
for rant. Snitable for morah, nts. physicians or
lawyers. For particulars, address "D.," care of
8 P. O. LJox 2489. 1_3 ni t*
|1'O.t RFN'i-I PI'ROPOSE TO RENT MY
Sresisltnc., corner of EIghth and P'rvtanin
stree.ts c'ompletely furnishied l oevery re.oect.
to a private famrly without young children; t
and. if agreeatbi,. wiMl take board for myself
Snl twos, H st, iru.ed It Lnd 18 years. IB. M. PUND,
no i Tchou pltiu ls a r,,et. n' ,
tio VORt RENT--THAT DENIRABLE TWO
00 story ft .mr dwelling house, No. 2 Euterpe
s Stroot. containing six rooms, cistern, gas pipes, t
Setc r. and within at short, rt.r'e of the Mtagazine
aMd Prytanlt itreet eNrs. Itnl, $20 per month.
Apply to GEO. W. WEINGAIfT, cl Chartres
ne riet. 5022
_ _ FOR SALE.
'OR SALE-HTEAM ENOINEs AND BOIL-.
I ors, both now and s'econd-hand. Draininu d
0. Whils, Pumps. ete., Saw-Mhlis. Cotton Trucks,
tr Crab Wten,'hes, .Ja.kscrews, (irate Bars, FuI.ro 'IL' d
Moutha, Wrought Iron Works. Brass aitd Iron t
. Castings of every dtescription. Also. one secondl -
1- han ISteamr Fire Englno anti one sriall Propel
lor at CLARK'S FOUNDIY.,
o Corner Race and Tchoupltoulas strtets.
a,n 25t f
D- U1 * *- .
SJOHP OR MISLAID-THE FOLLOWING
s.000. NvE OnRLANS. April 11. 1872,
Sixty days after dlito we promise to pay to the
order of Bryan. lhart log & Co.. flvo thousarnd
dollars, for value received, with Interest at the
rate of pOer cent per annum from maturity
ISignedl HI. W GIVEN & CO..
[Indorsedi BItYAs, HAR.ING & CO.
This note was extended and reduced on soy
- oral occasions, and at the last time It was ro
duced to $3850 and extended for thirty days.
from twenty-third October, 1573. undor the si g
natures of H. nF. Given A Co., and Bryan, Hard
intg & Co.. In liquidation.
Sro,teHred by F. Grima. notary public, in Now
Orleans. on twenty- fifth November, 1873.
N. B.--'i his note was flied in evideneo Pefore,
thu Initod States Circuit C.ourt, on thu twenty
elghth of.May. 1877, In suit. No. 7402, instituted by
Citizens' Bank of Louisiana vs. Bryan, Hard
irg & (Co. but is not to be found among the Da
Dpours. JAS. .J. 'rAtt TON,
Cashier Citizens' Bank of Louisiana.
New Orleans, Novem her 4. 1878. no, lot
IIEADQUAaRTRas LADIES' PEABODY )
Now Orleans, October 21. 1878.
S LADIES' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
y MRS. JOHN B. LAFITTE. Chairman.
First District-Mrs. . W . BLACK.
Second DIstrict-Mrs. J. P. SAIII.ZIN.
Third District-Mrs. J. F. GIItAULT.
Fourth District--Mrs. W. T. HARDIE.
Filth Distri:t-Mrs. A. HlIRS IH.
Six;h District-Mtrs J. TARLETON.
Seventh District - Miss M. DEEVES.
All applications for assistance, to the Ladles'
Executive Comtnmitte must be made in writing,
giving the district In which the applicant re
sides: also. street and number of resldeonce.
'T'hese applications shall be made thrughi the
. Postoffico, whlih shall beo (lirectod as follows,
For First Distrl ict-Postofflce box 253.
For Second District-Postofflce box 242.
For Third District--Iostollice box 312.
For Fourth iDistrirt-Postotllce box 381.
For Fifth D)istrlct-Postoffl.e box 441.
For Sixth District-iPostotllce box 473,
For Seventh Distrlct--Postofflce box 482.
All such applicallons will receive prompt at
tention. N., calls or appiocatlons at headquar
ters or the private resilences of the members
of theo association will bo recolved or enter
01712 im SAM'L CARTER. Secretary.
IIO3IEOPATHlIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION
Rooms No. 182 Canal Street.
This Association having extended its facilities
for retmloring aid to the sick. offer tholr services
to any who die re medical treatment and care. I
Applleation madr to the above address, or to
any of the unldorrsigned officers, will receive
Drompt and eflicient attention.
ALBEIRT" VOOItlIES. President.
J. G. BELD)EN, M. D.
A. BD. VILLENEUV :, M. D.,
C. G. FISHER, Secretary.
H. L. STEVENSON, Treasurer.
- IN -
Having recelved all our FALL and WINTER
STOCK, we are able to olefr extra inducements
DRESS GOODS and BLACK GOODS,
SHAWLS and BLANKETS,
CASSIMERES and JEANS,
PLAIN and FANCY FLANNELS.
Etc.. Etc., Etc.,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
HOSIERY and CORSETS.
A Full Line of WHITE and RED CHECK MAT
TING from Auction.
Our COTTONS and PRINTS Departments are
completo, and we are offering di
ALL STAPLE GOODS
- AT- 1
NEW YORK PRICES. be
PEPIN & BROUSSARD or
I S............ CANAL STREET ..........1Ig ce
White Building, corner of Baronne. ocat. I
ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY,
Lt- 29 Carondelet st., New Orleans.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
And Families Supplied.
- Han always on hand a full stock of St. Bernard
and O'Neil & Co.'s celebrated Pittsbarg Coal.
an4 tf W. 8. CAMPBELL, Agent
COAL ! COAL ! COAL !
f OVERTON & CONRAD,
r 35%......... Carondelet Street..........35,
PITTSBURG, ANTHRACITE AND CANNEL.
Famillos, factories. etc., supplied at the lowest
market rates. Coal and Slaek, in hbiab aa d
kent confstantlyon hband for shinment.
YARD CORNER TCHOUI'ITOULAS AND
WASHITNGTON STREaTS. oc13 lm
The best stomachic and tonic soverelan remedy
for Dysnepsla. Excellent for an anti-malaris
Low Prlee-Pure and Reliable.
For sale in all Quantities by
al I9 1 2dD No. 21 Conti street. New Oriesan
)EABODY NORMAL SCHOOL IfOR CO-.
ored Students. No. 18, North Rampart
street, near Sr. Anne. This institution, for-the
improvement and professional traning of
teachers, will be reopened on sATURDAY No
vernber 9, at 10 a. m., In the rooms of Academy
No. 4. R. M. LURBER,
President of Board of Regonts.
E. J. En.Oruos, 8ecretary pro tem.
College of the Immaculate Conception,
rT IIE CLASHES WILL BE RERTJUMED IN
thir i t Institute on THtURSDAY. Novem
SPRING Hl[ IILL COLLEGFIMOIILE.
STUDIE9 WILL, BiE RE tUMED IN THIS
I Coll>mo on MONIDAY. Novernbrr it. 8tu
dnts will Inver for Mbtile by the morning -
train of that d:y. For furthr information
timle, address J'uIlt's (Jllole Barnnno street.
or to C. E. DUBItEUIL. No. 4.: I'«trs street.
L,. CUHtlOZ. 8. J.
Now Orlean., November 3, 1i74. oU 3 0Z t
Lb~OULB'b OMME;ItCIAL OOLLW 1 AND
SLiterary Institute.-Day and evening sees
dlons the entire year; elective system: a
branches of study; dally lectures; gymnasium
exercise; special care giver to native capacity
disposition, manners. health and morals; non
sectarian; students free to college, literary and
debating society; full faculty; largo, well ven.
tlated study rooms, and nill necessary appara.
tus; spOecal classes In partilular studies.for
boys. at from t1 to $6 D.er month.
tale tv EO. ROULE. President.
( vCOMM;ltCIAi (COLLEIGE,
131...........Carondelet Street.....1...... 1
UTUDENTS ARE IHERE QUALI
L. flrd for business in the shortest ,
possible tnme. Book-keeping may be
thoroughly learned in a few weeks..
Pe-nmanahip Comrnr,ictal Calculations., Eng
lish, French. Spanish and German practically
taught, at reduced rates, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m,
o(27 i m
0. NEW ORLEANS INSTITUTE.
e- SELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
3l ...... ......Calliope Street........... 1[ss
(Between Camp and Magazine.)
Annual session will begin MONDAY, Novem
re bar 4. Academic. Preparatory and Primary
y- Glasses will be in charge of able and exeo
7 rienced teachers. Only a limited number of
,_- upils will be received.
For circulars and all necessary information.
ao apply to
o.oo Iy A. B. CHANDLER, Principal.
SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY
- BY BUYING -
where you can find a full line of fresh goods at
s' LOWEbT PRICOS, regardless of contracts or
a, other devices. All the Text Books uced in Pub
e- lie and Private Schools In this section on hand
in quantitles, and supplilo to Scholars, Teaohl
to ors and Dealers at the very lowest rates.
Having the largest stock and most varied id
sortment in the South.I am determined to m'.z
and secure a share of the trade by fair dealinP l
and prompt attention to all, and only ask a trial
to convince you.
G. T. LATHROP
(8uccessor to Robt. J. Harp. Agent), Book and
Stationery Depot. No. 112 Camp street, near
t P vern 029 tf
SCENTRALI SCHOOL BOOK EMPORIUM.
4CO;CIIO L BOOIkV
of all kinds for
Public and Private Schools,
at the LOW FST PRICES.
Never mind the cnntrcts. Iny the books you
Swant where yot caLn at rih II.se cheapast. and got
. fres:h stock and the right tonk- every time. A
0 full line ,f everythlng needed in the school
Sroom at the
CRESCENT ROOK R00M,
No. 149 Canal streer,
JAS. H. . BLACK.
Make no mis'ake.. noet 1W
COTTON AND SUGAR PLANTERS
DISCOVERY OF THE AGWE
- AND -
TO PIEVENT BELTS FROM SLIPPING.
No establishment where Belting in used
Can Afford to be Without Its
BY THE USE OF IT
A Gin will gin several bales more daily.
A Saw will saw several thousand feet more
A Corn Mill will grind one-third more daily.
A Rubber Belt at the end of the year will be
1-16 of an inch thicksr than when new.
A Leather Belt at the end of the year will be
better than now.
It is the best leather preservator and harness
Send for circular, giving full description and -
no12, I. L. LYONS.
A Drenaratlon of BEEF, of same character as
the well-known Elixir Ducrrs and much leas
oexD Dflve. An admirable TONIC and FOOD in
DEBILITY. WANT OF APPETITE and GEN
ERAL LOW CONDITION OF HEALTH. Pre
scribed by physicians, and to be used, under di
rection of the medical attendant in CONVAI.
EHOENCE from YELLOW FEVER.
For sale by all druggists.
nols ly I. L. LYONS. Sole Proprieftr.
ON OCTOBER 1
WE WILL REMOVE TO THE LARGE AND
NO. 34 TCIIOUPITOULAS STREET.
W have on hand a large stock of
CALIFORNIA CLARETS, WHITE WINEB.
PORT ANGELICA. E£O,
- ALSO -
Island Queen Champagne,
SWEET AND DRY CATAWBA
OPORTO. SHERRY. ETO..
all of whloh we will sell at low rates on account
removal. SHROPSHIIRE & CO..
se8 18 South Peters street
STEAM BOILERS! STEAM BOILERS!
VIQGR'SIMIROVED FRENCH PROCESS
DISINCRUSTING STEAM BOILERS
16E TREAT ALL WATERS' WHATEVER
SImpurities they huldl in solution.
Rm 50 Any woteri n ban
Preve:nts seale forming. L0.,5eel. t ard water
Prevents corrosion and Fi.a water orsulphutr
pitting. ,, ou water.
Prevents foamrin a. aves fuel, repairs and
C,ntln-i no ;,i; nuar- 'il and tallow, and
an ed perfectly hairn- lessens the danger of
~I`:.s. , Xpiosions.
A-t, on all waters whet-, t motn he Introduced
ever their Impur!ites through fed4 Dipe
safety Dipe or man-.
hole. - Y
Positive Action Within Three Weeks.
HIUGH W. MIONi GOMERY,
No. 1iO Common street,
New Orleeans Ag~ut for the Southw;-st