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STNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE DE Soree of the said court, duly made and en tered in the ov entitled and numbered cause. on the day of March, A. D. leeo, and under the powers contained in a mortage or dead of trute u exeoute b the New Orleans. Mobile and hatnoga Railrd Company, the prede cssor of the copnany first above named. on the first day of January. 1see69, and whloh has been duly recorded and established in and by the said decree, we, Edwin D. Morgan and James A. Raynor. trustees thereunder, will sell at public auction, to the last and highest bidder, in bulk ad for oaseb under the superintend ence of Fanos A. Woolfley, the special master pvpointed for that purpose on SATURDAY, the twenty -orrth day of April, A. D. le1s, at the hour of 9a o clock i.. at the entrance to the Gausto m-ouse building on Canal street, in the cily ofNew Orleans, in the Stite of Louisiana all and singular the entire railroad of the said corporatlon, in betweet and within the cities of Mobile. In the State of Alabama. nod New Orleans In the tate of Louisiana, and between the said lties, within the States of Louislana Misslelssii and Alabama. and all of the real and personal property of the said corporation of every nature and kind whatsoever described or comprehended in the terms of the said deed of trust, together with all of the riahts, privi ler. francs immunities. corporate or oth erwise, includ in the same and from Whom soever derived, pursuant to the said deed of trust etabliehed in and by the decree aforesaid. includlg rights of way, lands tracks, bridges, rails, all of the engines. cars, tenders, offices, rolling stock tools, depots, etation-houses, car ouses, engine-houses, warehouses, freight ouses, water tanks, wood sheds, section. ouses, wharves, landings, platforms, machine shops, machinery business offices and furol ture. as well as afl of the fuel, railroad stores and materials on hand. owned, used or oocu ied for operating or doing the busIness of the lrailroad. Also. seven thousand one hun drand eighteen shares of the capital stock of the Pontchartrain Railroad Company of the eof Loulslana, and the decree of the said court relative to the said stock, in favor of the said trustees against the aid ntchartrain Railroad Company, of at February s, 187e9, with all of the rights coperred to said complainants In and by the saia decree, And also all of the additions, ame liorations replacements in, on or to the said The New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Railroad, of every nature and kind whatsoever, which the said complainants may have made as trustees and receivers, Including all of the buildings, works and machinery. landings and apsour ten es f the Oreoote Works at West Pasa in the State of Mieesissippl. said railroad is comleted and in opera lion between the cities of Mobile, in the State of Aloalpaz and in and through the States of Ala SPmaislsalDpi and Louisiana, to the city of New (leas in the State of Louisiana, being tlen 14 miles, more or less, exoiusive of 5 rms and conditions of sale in accordance withe said decree, vii: Cash to the highest bi er on the spot; but under the decree afore a majority or greater number of the bond odere under the said deed of trust, if they rm an areement (to be filed with the said aster ten ye prior to the sale) may purchase of the sal property. in accordance with the terms of sal decree. Any bidder, except the said majority of bond holders or their purchasing committee will be to deposit in the hands of the said mintal Master the sum of oco00,0 cash, in law Ilmoney of t he United States before any bid I be considered or an adjudication made of the said property. An inventory of the said property will be made and filed in the Master's office, ten days prior to the day of sale. EDWIN D. MORGAN and JAMES A. RAYNOR, Trustees and Ieceilvers. F. A. WOOLFLEY mhllto api4 Bpecial Master. LEGAL NOTICE. TIUSTEES' MALE. In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of Louisiana. No. 7357. EDWIN D. MORGAN and JAMES A. RAYNOR. Trustees and Receivers, vs. THE NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE AND TEXAS RAILROAD COMPANY, IHE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS RAILROAD COMPANY (Sucoessor), HENRY J. GARDNER AND PETER BUT LER ET ALS. "TUNDER AND BY VIRTUE AND IN AC cordance with the terms of a decree of foreoloeure entered herein on the fifth day of Marchn, . 8D. 180. and under the powers con tained in a mortgage or deed of trust dated October 8, 1873 duly made and recorded by The New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Railroad Com pany. known and described In the proceedings as the second mortgage, we. Oliver Ames and William S. Williams, Trustees thereunder, will sell in bulk and for cash, to the last and hglah sat bidder.subject however to the liens, prefer. enoes and priorities of the deed of trust exe cuted by The New Orleans. Mobile and Ohatta no(ga Railroad Company of the first of Janu ar. 1889 known and described in the proneed inge as the first mortgage, on SATURDAY. the twenty fourth day of April. A. D). 180, at the entrance to the Custom-House building on Ca nal street, in the city of New Orleans. in the Stateof Louisiana. the entire Railroad of The New Orleans. Mobile and Texas Railroad Com any, whether the saml in the cities of New Orleans and Mobile or ween those cities, or beyond the city of Mobili and within the States of Alabama and Tennesaee. and also all of the real and personal prop ty described or com prehendedin the said deed of trust, together with all of the rights, privileges, franchises, immunities. corporate or otherwise. Included in the same and from whomsoever derived, pursuant to the said deed of trust WILLIAM 8. WILLIAMS, OLIVER AMES. mhll to avse Trustees. IW OllE AS, SPANISH FORT -- AND - LAKE RAILROAD. ,pot Corner Canal and Basin Streets. n and after APBIL 1 trains will, until fur r notice. leave as follows: t 6:30, 9. and every hour after until 3 p. m.: t every half hour. rat train from city at 7 p. m.: from the Fort sv.m. Arrangements cant be mada for pecial i tIas. T. 8. WILLIAMS. j3m General Men-ger. J. L WALKER, DI). D. , Near Baronne street. Aperaisoas in alerformed at easonae ~sgs. JUDIOIAL ADVRTIBMlUMT. S. AUCTION SALMe. By H. & N. Samory. SALE OF REA&L EBTATE. LOTS OF GROUND AND BUILDING IN THE SECOND DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEAN8. ON DUMAINE STREET. BETWEEN MIIRO AND TONTI STREETS. IN THE MATTER OF F. TANFROID VS. HIS CREDITORS. Filth District Court for the Parish of Orleans. No. H889. BY H. & N. SAMOIIY. Auctioneers-FRIDAY. ) May 7, 1sO, at I~ o clock m., will be sold at public auction, at the Merchan's and Aue touneers' Exchange, lI,.yal street between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the ecoond District of this city, by virtue of an order of the honora blo Fifth ulsiriot Court for the Parish of Or leans, under date March so. 1880, and for account of said insolvent estate 1. l'RHEE OERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. together with the buildings and Improvements thereon, si uated in the Second District of this oity. in the square bounded by Dumaine, St. Phillp. Miro and Touti streets, designated as lots Nos. 2. a and 4. on a plan of Louis H. Pille. surveyor dated January 17. 185e. and deposlted In the oioe of E. Bonny, notary pub lic In this city: whioh lots are contiguous, and measure each in American measure thirty feet front on Dumalne street by a depth of one hundred feet. between nqual aralletiinnes. 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GIOUND. sit. uated in the abovesunare, measuring fifteen feet front on Dumaine street by a depth between parallel lines of one hundred feet. and forming the one-half adjoining lot No. four of that cer tain lot of ground deelsinated in the above men tioned lan by the Non, 5. 5. A CERTAIN POR 'ION OF GROUND, sit uated in the above described suare, measuring in American measure thirty-six feet six inches and five lines front on Miro by one hundred and thirty-five feet in depth, and forming the whole front by the aforesaid depth of that cer tain lot of ground designated on the aforemen tioned plan by the No. 9. Terms cash. Act of sale before A. E. Peyroux. Esq., notary publlo, at the expense of purchasers. ma6 20 inav6 7 BF the Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans J, A. H. LAGROUE, JAMES FRERET SUB ROGATED. VS. GUSTAVE J. FRERET. J. A. H. LACBOUE, JAIdES FRERET BUB ROGATED. VS. GUSTAVE J. FRERET AND WM. P. FRERET. Fourth District Court for the Parish of Orleans Nos. 43.036 and 43.037. 1)Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF FIERI facias, to me directed by the honorable the Fourth District Court for the parisheb of Orleans in the above entitled causes, r specsively, I will proceed to sell at public auction. at the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets. In the Second District of this city, on FtIlD 1Y, April 30, 188o, at 12 o'clock m., the following described rALL TH RIGHIT. TITLE AND INTEREST of Gustave Joseph Freret and Wm. Peter Fre ret, in the successions of their late father and mother, James P. Freret, and Mrs. Levie D'Armsbourg. wife of James P. Freret, whinh successions consists of the following described property- I.THIRTEEN SHARES OF ST. CHARLES COmotany Hotel Stock 2. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE IN DWELL ING No e55 Lulisiana Avenue. 3. ONE HALF SQUARE OF GROUND. m'aseurlng one hundrd and flfty-nine feet ten inches and three lines on each Tchoaultoulas and Religious streets, by a depth and front of two hundred and fifty-five feet nine Inches two lineslon St. James street, between parallel lines in the square bounded by the above streets and Market street, in the First District of this city, tether with the improvements thereon, con sisting in two brick slated sheds. 4. A PLOT OF LAND. measuring one hun dred and eleven feet eleven inches two lines on each Louisiana Avenue and Toledano street by a depth of three hundred and twenty feet, in the square bounded by the above streets, and Fry tanla and St. Charles streets, together with the Improvements thereon, conistling of a frame raised cottage and two outbuildings. The interest of each of the above named heirs being one twenty-sixth In each succession, or a one-thirteenth interest each In both succes silons, taken together. Staklng the interest now to be sold two-thirteenths interests in the whole of the property above described, after payment of al debts due by the two successelonse. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on thespot. J. R. ALOEE GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans, mb29 81 ap5 12 19 26 30 AUCTION BALES. By Albert Paul. By Montgomery & Co0. SECOND AND CLOSING BALE OF THE SEASON. REAL MARBLE STATUARY AND VASES. The importation of Mesars. U. Glovanonl & Co. d IN TUESDAY. APRIL 6, AND WEDNItS "J DAY. April 7. each day at 12 o'clock m. at 87 Camp street, a large assortment o, genuine Italian Marble and Alabaster Sttat uettes, Vases. Gard Receivers. Tnzz-is, etc. Bale positive; nothing withdrawn from com petition. MONTGOMERY & CO.. sp4 3t Aunttoeers. MIONTGOMEBY & 00 .. AUOTIO'EEBB. Will sell Horses. Mules. Cows. Carriages ani Harness at auction. at MONTGOMERY'S TATTERSALLS. No. 7O Baronne street. every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at iI o'clock. Consigtanments of stock soliclted. aul? CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATE OF LOUISIANA. , Executive Department. TTHEREAS. FREDFRIOK FISCHER AND 7V JOHN SCHOMAKER. of the city of New Orleans. have applied to me for the cancellation of a bond. drawn and signed by FRED GEISS, as principal. for the sum of five thousand dol lars, with the said Frederick Fischer and John ichomaker as sureties, each for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, dated the sec ond day of Decenbor. 187s. and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Fred Galis as Constable for the Seventh Justice Court for the parish of Orleans. Now. therefore. I. LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ. Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this my proclamation. with the view of giving public notice to all per sons therein interested to show cause in writ ing. at the office of Secretary of State. in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bond and he mortgage resulting theretrom should not he canceled and annulled, and the sureties ibove named discharged from any further lia bilities in the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of Louisiana. at the city of New Orleans. his twentieth day of March. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty,. and the one hundred and fourth year of the in dependence of the United States of Amerlia. LOUIS A. WILTZ. By the Governor: OscAR AnRnoo. Assistant Secretary of State. mh21 sot - VARIETY &COOMMODATION STALLS. MARTIN LANNES BUTCHER, Nei. 7 and 88 MAI AZINE MARKET, ufnplies Boardinghouses and Families in sen. ral with everything the market offers, and tapeoially a variety of Sausage of first uuality ll marketing delivered free of charge. a? nm.c^lv qt-+,an to ," rn - iALAKOFF BITTERS RECEIVED THE ONLY MEDAL -AT - THE PARIS EXPOSITION 1878. NO TONIC LIKE IT. ALPS. WALE, Bole Proprietor and Manufacturer. mnh t* e6 2 ONTI BTUEET, IUDIOIAL ADVfIRTI ,lE rW TS. BERIIFP sALES. Adrlen U'ansard vs. John P. Exnlelom. SECOND JUDI(IAL DISTRIOT COUBT, FOR the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Districts of the Parish of Orleans, No 2119.-By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by the Honorable the Second Judicial Dis trict Court for the Sixth and Seventh Muni. oival Disti lots of the parish of Orleans. In the above entitled nause. I will procne d to sell at publin auntliou, at the Merehants and Auc tioneers' Ex-hange. Royal street, between Canal antd (ustomhouse streets, in the Second DIs tril,t of this city, on THUItRDAY. Mar 6. 10,o. at 12 o'clock. m.. the followlug desoibeod prob erty, to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. together with all the bulodings and Improvemeotstthereon. and all the rwihts, ways, privilegean servitudes and app.irtenanoes thereunto beloaging or in anywise apstlrtalning. situated in the Fau boura West Boullgny. now SBxth District city of New Orleans. In the sluare bounded by Camp. Magazine Lyons and Bordeaux streets. dnstgnateo as lot number twenty four, of square number twenty-nine, on a certain plan drawn and dated August 15, 15es. deposlted in the office of Charles Stringer, then a notary in this city; according to whloh plan said lot measures thirty feet front on Lyons street by one hundred and flfty feet in depth. Acquired by defendant by purchase from the estate of George W. Pope and Jane Flynn, his wife, as per an passed before Wm. B. Kleinpeter. late notary public in this olty, dated March 80, 1878, and reglstered in Conveyance Offlee book 110. foil . 433. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. R. ALOiCE G&UTHREAUAX, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. at0 12 19 26 my3 6 Yale ar owling vs. 1. aerre J Co. rljHIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR lsh of Orleans. No. 26.169--By virtue of a writ of flerl facias. to me directed by the honor able the Third District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I will pro oeed to sell at public auction on the promlsee hereinafter designated, on FRIDAY. April it, 1880. at to o'clock a. m . the following described property, to wit ALL AND SINGULAR THE ENTIRE CON TENTS AND FIX IURES, etcn., of the premises occupied by the defendants, known as the " Red Store No. 1," situated at the corner of the Putlic Road and St. Philip street (near the Bazaar Market). In the Second Dis trict of this city, and consisting of a large and well assorted lot of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Notlons. Trnnks, YVattsee etc.,etc., as per inven tory on file in my office. Seoled in the above suit. Termus-Cash on the spot, J. H. ALCEt. GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. apt It 16 WmI. H. Pierson vs. J. W. Madden. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans, No. 10,341-By virtue of a writ of firli facias, to me directbed by the hon orable the Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitht d cause. I will pro. ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exobange, Rotyal street. be tween Canal and Customhouse streets. In the Second District of this city, on FRIDAY. April 16, IoS0, at 12 o'clock in m.. the following de scribed propertyv to wit ALL THE RIOGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST of John W. Maduen, defendant, in and to the firm of Madden t Oatls. Seized in the above suit. Terms-This being the second and last auo tion. the said property will be dflnlitely adjudi cated to the highest and last bidder for what it will bring, at twelve months( credit. the pur chaser furnishing bond, with good and solvent security, bearing five per oent Interest per an num from date of sale until final payment. Said purchaser will have to deduct from his bid and t ny in cash the amount of printing, sher iff's anti clerk's fees, say about sixty dollars. J. R ALOCEE GAUTHFIREUX Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ap. to Is J. P. Walworth vs. John C. Stevenason. tIXTH DISTIIOT COURT FOR THE p aprish of Orleans. No. 20o ti--By virtue of a writ of fler factas., to me directed by the honor able the Sixth District Court Ior the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this oily. on FRIDAY, April 23, it8e, at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit A LOT OF GROUND (the property of Wm. W. Wilson. defendant in theaboveentitled suit). in equare bounded by Relitlous. St. James, St. John the Baptist and Market streete measur ing forty foet three inches end four lines front on St..James street by a depth of sixty feet eleven inches and two lines. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the sont. J. B. ALOEE GAUTHIREAUX, Civil Sheriff of the Parish ot Orleans. mh22 25 29 apts 12 19 23 City of New Orleans vs. John P. Exnleos. FTHIIRD DIITRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR Slh t f Orleans. No 25.913 -By virtue of a writ of fl. ri facias to me directed by the honorable the Third blstriet Court for the par Ish of Orleans in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to self at public auction, at the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between OmCnal and Customhouse streets, in the t4econd District of th's city on FRIDAY, April :o.: 1550. at 12 o'clock in.. the following de scribod propp-rty. to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all the Improvements thereon and all the rights ways. privileges, servitudes and ap purtenan'es thereunto belonging or In any wise apptertaining, situated in the Faubourg West Bouligny in the square bounded by Camp. Magazine, Lyon and bordeaux streets, desig nated as lot number twenty-four of square number twenty-nine. on a certain plan drawn and dated August 15, 1866. deposited In the office of Charles Stringer, then a notary In this city. according to which plan said lot measures thirty feet front oa Lyons street by one hundred and elghty feet in depth. Soizied in the above suit. Terms-COsh on the spot. J. H. ALOEE GAUTHREAUX. Civil sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. mh29 apt 12 19 26 30o The Lafayette Fire Insurance Company vs. James Keenan. (IXTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR Lk lh of Orleans. No. 10.761-Dy virtue of a writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by the honorahte the Sixth District Court for the par ish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioners' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on FBRI DAY, Anrll 30. 1880. at 12 o'clock m.. the follow ing described property. to wit. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with the buildings and Improvements thereon and all the rights and plivileges thereto be longing, situated in the Fourth District of this city, in what is commonly styled Faubourg Livaudals and formerly known as the city of Lafavette. In the square bounded by St. thomas (late Fulton). Fourth. Rousseau and Washington streets, and designated as lot number twenty-three on a plan drawn by W. L Atkinson. deposited for reference in the office of H. B. Cenas. late notary in this city, which said lot rmeasures thirty-one feet six inches front on Fourth street by one hundred and twenty-five feet more or less in depth, be ween parallel lines, Ameloan measure. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. R. ALCEE GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. mb29 apt 12 19t 26 0 BAR ROOM! BAR ROOM ! FOR RENT! Counter and Fixtures for Sale. The well known and neatly fitted-up Saloon, No. 172 Gravier street, under Cassidy's Hotel, can be secured on reasonable terms by a respon sible tenant. Apply before 10 o'clock a. m. to LOUIS RUCH, ap4 Iw Stalls No. 1 to 4. Poydras Market. D ` J B. PEBJfL YSICIAN AND SUBGEON of twenty-five years' experience in the treat ment and rure of all diseases of the GENITO URINABt' ORGANS, and of those arising from either N~BVOUS or PHYSICAL DEBILITY. caused by age or early abuses. Chronic dis eases treated with suoeess. Bright's Disease. Gravel, Oatarrh of the Bladder. (leet, Sperma torrhea, and all disorders of a PRIVATE NA TUBE treated without the use of MERCURY or any injurious drugs. Oures giaranteed and medicines supplied. STBICTUiES cured by ra simule mechanism, without pain. Diseases of Females Suspension. Betention. and a Female Irreguarties PBOMPTLY BE -LIXVED. Dr. Peres's FEMALE BEGULAT ING ELIXIR NEVER FAIL. To be had onl at this ofce. Oonsultations strial confiden al and harre resonabSout UM re'st sket. eeas OVAL NOS as A CARD TO THIE PUBLIC. Persons who desire to embelish their residences would do well to call at L. UTER'S ART EMPORIUM, 38....---......-------------.......ROYAL STREET--..-...---....-------........--38 And Inspect his magnlflcent stock beforo purchasing elsewhere, and we are suro it will hb to their advantage by so doing, as his prices are made to suit the times. and ho guarantees fu satisfaction to the purchaser of any of the following articles, such as Fine Ornamented (lilt or Walnut and Gilt French Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Win dow Shades, Cornices, Curtain Holders, Engravings, Chromos, Portrait and Picture Frames of every description; also, Artists' Materials, Plcture Mouldings, Backing, Picture o'erds and Tassels. mh2l ly FOR THE VERY BEST AND NEVER FADINO PATENT PHOTOGR APHS. - -O TO Sele Llcensee ror the STUDIO, Chromotype and Lambrotype Tnrs >anis Patent Prooemeee For the States of LOUISIANAr 11 CANALIStree, - AND - , Mallnl r.al slr' nose L WASHBURN'S CELEBRATED ART GALLERY. A Triumph in Photography! PICTURES MADE PERMANENT -BT THE- LIMBERT PATENT PROCESS. We are orepared, with all the latest Inven tions and appliances, to produce all the newest styles in ohotograpby at Very Moderate Prices. nol WA NT. I LOST. CIRANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT the cheapest and best a4vertising in the lity is in this column, at ten cents per line for the frst and five cents for each subseauent In. lertion. SITUATIONSl WANTED--FIMALM. seamnsress. -WANTED-SITUATION AS SEAMBTRESR by the day. week or month. Address "L,." No. 826 Oarondelet street. at 4 2t SITUATIONI WANTED-MALES. Carriage Driver and Gardener. W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG Frenchman as carriage driver and gar doner in a flower garden. Good city references from reliable parties. No objection to go In the country. Address Lrck Box 1817. New Or leans. La. ap4 2t* IIRi iLLANEiOUS WANTS. ounsehold Goods and Merchandlse. I)ARTIES HAVING HOUSEHOLD GOODS or merohandise to dispose of will obtain an offer of the highest cash price by sending a memorandum of what they wish to sell and their address to Look Box 548, New Orleans P. O. mhb28m Plano Wanted. AANTED-AN UPRIGHT PIANO IN PER r feet order, that has not been over two years in use. Parties answering will please state maker, lowest cash price and where it can be seen. For a good instrument a moderate cash price will be paid. Address PIANO, this office. mh2s td Hore and Two-Wheel Wagon. ANY PERSON HAVING A TWO-WHEEL WAGON and HIOBtSE for sale. In good con diilon. and willllg to accept payment for same in monthly instalments with good security. can secure sale for same by addresPlng. PUB CHASER. New Orleans Democrat office. mh21 tf -orse. W ANTED-A YOUNG. STRONG. SOUND safe and moderately fast horse, suitable for a light barouche. State color, age, price and where the animal may be seen. Address BAROUCHE. Democrat office. mh9 If Bellef for Corns and Bunlons. W ANTED - ALL PERSONS TO know, who are suffering from Corns or Bunions, that Dr. MURPHY can give instant rellnef, without pain, at his office. No. o69 CANAL STREET. '* mh7 1m Plano Tuning. $150 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WOBR " at se6 Magae1ne street. D. LEECH. Soiree Pianist. nolb tf THE FINEST BRAND WHISKY EVER PUT ON THIS MARKET IS THISTLE DEW, MANUFACTUBED BY HENRY W. SMITH & CO., KENTON COUNTY. KY. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW THE BOLE CONTROL OF THIS CELEBRATED BRAND IN LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI. And Challenge C mparlsen With the Oldest and Finest Brands Ever Offered on this Market. THE FLAVOR IS DELICIOUS The Purity is Guaranteed, Boquet Unapproachable, AND WE PREDIOT THIS BRAND Will Carry the Trade By Storm. ALBO. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF OTHEBJ FIIE IdQUORS, WIIES, CASE BOODS, ETI PATTISON & BOVARD, 72 and 74 - - Gravier St - - 72 and 74 NEW ORLEANS. iel0 It 810 to 81000 StokImak) e for.W nes every month. Books sent free ezlain. OI. L U treeoeý » O .Owb SOBT OR MISLAID-TWO CERTAIN MORT. GAGE NOTEIS. described as follows: One for the sum of one thousand and ninety-seven dollars and thlrty.seven cents dated Noew Orleans, January 2o. 1875. due November 15 after date. One for eleven hundred and seventeen dollars and ninety-four cents, due December 15, after date. dated New Or leans. January 20 1875; both drawn to the order of G. M. Thomas signed by him and by him Indorsed in blank, with Interest at eight per cent per annum from maturity until paid. They are the property of the un dersIgned, and the public is warned not to our chase or negotiate same. mhles31t JOHN CHAFFE. BRO. & SON. fOR LSALE. I AOR BALE-ONE Al WORKING HORSE, fourteen hands hlh. and sound in every respect; also, a SPRING WAGON. Apply at Pfefflr's Hardware Store. No. 392). Dryades street. ap4 t* F OR SALE. AT A REASONABLE PRICE-A nearly new FAMILY BAIIOUOHE. that has been but little used and which is in perfect order. Parties desiring to purchase address X Y.. Democrat office. ap2 F OR SALE-A TEA HTOIE, DOING A profitable business. Reasons for selling, proprletor's inability to attend to it. Address A. T , Democrat office. mbal tf TiLOR SALE-SCHOONER SYLPff-TWELVE 12 tons, now lying in the Old Basino. near Bayou bridge. She is in perfect order and ready for service. For further particulars apply to R. FRANCIS, Agent. mbal lm No. 5 Cotton Exchange (up stairs). DISSOLUTIONS-NEW FIRMS. IBBOLUTION.--THE FIRM OF FAZENDE & 8EIXAS is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Either partner will sian the name in liauldation. P. O. FAZENDE. H. O. SEIXAS. NOTICE.-IN RETIRING FROM BUSI neeA in this city I would respectfully ask for Mr. II. O. Selxas a continuance of the pat ronage so liberally bestowed in the past upon the late firm. P. O. FAZENDE. I SHALL CONTINUE THE BROKERAGE business for my own account at No. 19 Oa. rondelet street. H. O. SEIXAS. New Orleans, March 27. 1880. mb2s 10t DEPARTMENT OF POLICE, Administrator's Office. Roon 12, City Hall. New Orleans. April 8, 188o. W AS BROUGHT TO THE FIRST DIS trict Pound ONE BaY MARE HORSE, about sixteen hands high. ONE BAY MARE MULE. about sixteen hands high. ONE SORREL MARE PONY, about fourteen hands high. with a white star on forehead. Which, if not claimed within five days and ex penses thereon paid. will be sold at auction at said pound on April 8. 1880, at 12 o'clock m. By order. P. MEALEY, ap5 Administrator of Police. ILART'S LOAN OFFICE, NO. 43 BARONNE STREET, (Osposite N. 0. Gas Office.) MONEY LOANED ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS -FOB- PIANOS. LOOKING GLASSES. AND FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS We offer special inducements for SUMS OVER ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. ALL PLEDGES KEPT ONE YEAR feln tf I! X1111 l JlI - ELECTBIC BELLS--THE NEWEST AND Sbest method of Bell-hanging known. It is destined to supersede entirely the old-fash loned, bungly, annoying and expensive style. No breaking of wires; on the contrary. when once in position for the electric current to pass, an electric bell is there for a life time. All that is necessary to sound an alarm is to nress gently a button, which may connect with bells in servants' room, dining-room, kitchen, stable -in fact, any part of a residence or business house. (No burglar will enter a house with one of these bells in it.) Said buttons can be so ar ranged with indicators that a servant can tell in an instant from where an alarm comes. Numbers of our most prominent merchants are using them, with great satisfaction, both for their residences and stores. Send for cir oulara end references. I $JAB. Bo. B NonL eetreet. AMUSEMZITE. BID WEl.l ' ACADEMY OF MUSIC. The Great MfiaeRal Sensation of the Day, Mont.'y, April S. FOR ON"'; WIEK.C. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Haverly's Oelebrate.t New York JUVENILE OPERA tOMPANY, From Haverly's Theatre. New York OCity FIFTY GIFTED JUVENILE AB.TIST, With lliah Vocal Aecomplishments a'd Dra, maeti Aptitude, in their charming rendition of II. M. *4. PINAFORE ; Or, the Lass that Loved a Saller, As presented by them with unbounded sueneesS over FIVE HUNDRED TIMES. Monday. April 12. for one week, Mr. A, tin Daly's New Comedy, entitled AN ARABIjM NIGHT. ape t ST. CHARLES THEATRE. D. BIDWELL. Proprietor and Manager. Sunday and Monday, LAST DAYS - or - THE MIDGETS. (l IN. MITE, MAJOR ATOM, Aged 1i years, Aged 1o years, Weight 9 pounds. Weight 15 pounds Intelligent. Active. Beautiful and Graceful. Admission-Twenty.-five cents. Exhibited Morning, 10 to 12; Afternoon. 2 to 4; Evening. 7 to 9; Sundays. 7 to D only. mhft FRENCH OPERA HOUS RBON STR T. $CEAMON 1FO0-I1. OPENING OF THE SUBSOBRIPTION - TO - A SEASON OF SEVENTY-FIVE PER. FOBMANOE8 - By - A FRENCH OPERA TROUPE. The suescription books will be opened every day, without exception, from 2 p m. till 7 p. m. until SATURDAY, April 1o. inclusive, at Pbh Werleln's musico store, 15 OCanal street. Price of ubbserlption: Proscenium Boxes ....................$000 OS Side Baignoir ...................... 45 Boxes of the First Tier ............ 45 Front Baignolres . . ............... 87' s Boxesof second Tier ..... .......... 2g7 0 Paruet Seat.......... ............... I a Balcony Seats (First Tier) .............. II The price of subscription will be payable follows: First half on the day following toe first performance of the season, and the seconG half on the fifteenth day of January lest. mbo 2w JOHN DAVIS. Agent. HTALL YOUNG MEN'S CHBISTIAN ASSO. CIATION. 87 Cam p street. The fifth of the course of FREE LECTURES Will be presented by the HON. W. W. HOWE - ON - Menday Evening, April 5, at $ O'eleek. Subject-"MOUNTAINanRINo IN THE SOUTh." The public is cordially invited, aps 2t FOR THE IRISH RELIEF FUND MUSICAL AND VARIETY ENTERTAINMEIT Directed by Prof. H. A. Blake. ST. CHARLES THEATRE, Wednesday, April 5 1-2, at 7 p. m. Doors open at 7 o'clock. PROGRAMME. Chorus .......................Come Back to Erin. Song-Molly Bawn ...............Miss Young. bong-You and I.. ..Mr. T. . McGovern. Comic Song-Waltzing Around with Julia. Mr. John Conner, Black Diamonds. Duett-Softly and slowly Stealing. Miss Kennedy and Prof. Newman. Song-Awfully Clevr ..... Mster Louis Blake. Song-Jennie, the Flower of Kildare. Mrs. Walsh. Becitation-Melologae-An Ode to Music. by Moore. Mr. M. F. Bigney. Bona-Let Me Dream Again. Mrs. John F. Marker. Duet-Vocal selections, with banjo and guitar Messrs. Delaney and Drumm B. b. Song-Then You'll Remember Me-.Miss dallan INTERMISSION OF FIVE MINUTEB. Song-Pull Down the Blinds Plaster Harry Blake. Song-Waiting.........Mrs. John F. Marker. Song-German Boarding-House, Master Miabh'Blake. Song-Eileen Alanna......... Mr. McGovern. Reading-Selections from the ell quent oration of Father Terry, delivered at Utica N. Y.. In aid of the Irish famine fund S By Mr. J. B. Guthrie. Aged Negro Impersonations John v olmers, B. D. Quartette-"Sweet Genevieve," Messrn. Davin. McGovern. Klocke and O O'Brlen. !accompanied on the violin aen flute by Messrs. . . , Dlrmerbr and E B. Thayer. Duet-A Flower from My Anael Mother's Grave. Mr. Davln and Mr. Bell. Song-Coming Through the BRye, Miss Kennedy. Song--Kathleen Mavourneen ... Prof. Newmao. Chorus-Jubilee BSingers, Masters Wm. and Chas. Zimmarman, Louis. Miah and Harry Blake. Robert Lee and Eu. gene Uneworth. Admlsslon fifty cents. Children half price. Gallery twenty, five cents. a4t St Diseases of the Nervous System, FE)lLE COMPLAIITS---CHONIC DISEISf DR. W. BILLE, 196 Canal Street, Between Dryades and Rampart streets, TMPAIRBMENTS OF ANY OBGANIC lUNO. tion. impediments to marriage, private dise. eases in men and women, spermatorrhea, im Do eno., nervous debility caused by abuse or age. made a specialty. Dr. Bllle is a pupil of Prof. RBlcord. Paris. has resided here for years and has no equal in his specilalties, as haun dreds of the most prominent citizens here wll testify. Diflioultles of menstruation always re lieved. Separate waiting-room for ladies nono lyethD OLD VIIGINIA IITCIHEN, NO. 75 CAMP BTREET. WE ABE PREPARED TO FUBNISH HOT MEALB AT ANY HOUB. From 6 o'olook in the morning until 13 at niglat. LADIES' LUNCH ROOK UP-STAIBS, BSupplied with Bill of Fare. BSpecital arrangements by the weekt and month for meals or rooms. Gentlemen vislting the city will find my house not only convenient to business, but In a very pleasant locality, where they can obtain FIBST OLASSBB meals on the EUBOPEAN PLAN; tat is. pay for what is ordered. Tables supplied with the best ln the market. Give us a trial and be eonvineed. BSatisfaction guaranteed, ia7 athsam wW. . lTRN. Prswleteu. THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL TTILL OPEN FOB THE BUOEPTIOL 01 Sguests on MONDAY, sixth instant. nu lna the summer the Hotel was puot in thoroug order and many modern Improvements lintro duced to ensure the comfort of patrons. The house is unsurpassed In all that goes to make a FIBBT-OLASS and ELEGANT HOTEL. and will continue to merit the popular favor whilc has been accorded it in the past. Partfies returning home will do well to all and look at FAMILY BOOMS before locating elsewhere. ocs tf BIVERBB & BARTEL STHE LOAN OFFICE, OTTO SCHWA.'ER, 17 ...........aronne street.......... 17 Between Canal :nd Common. Opposite Oranewald HalL Advanoes made on PIANOS, tsr which special aeoommodations are made. jall