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AeaI kiteI for tie steller of Jewish Widows and Orphane New Orleans, Atpril 4, Ieeo-At a n-mlar meeting of the Board WQ offl ore o¶ this 8aseoclation. held T'BId DY. the Slow a resolutions were unp L mously olved. That the thanks of this stnaoelatlon a.eu~und hereby tendered to tJhe New Or les Oasliitht Oonvnny for r I)lperal donu to ft o oke, for the use of The Home." for a eolved Tat thp forelgolng resolution be nubllshed in the New t)rleiaes 'mIns and Uw. gMa&rT and that a copy of the maile tie trans mitted to the omp any.I R E , iereiarr. _a, it E. J UImuED', ,rtrr. Mr. leymctur Jtaques Is at John hlret s -igar store, corner Orlcans and Marals streets. His friends Will no doubt live him a alit. ap It -eltlee N--y wife, Charlotte Metloons. havioa left, m, hat and bhno d without etcona' or Srovwntion, the eptlile Is holeby ntiflPd not trust her on ty un'coutlt. a I will piMy no deba oontractedI by her nfer tle dlate. M tR( l ^ 1L Mr;ALOON , New Orleans. La., April a 19E. nt,7 -1 oN .)eNe of the (Comtmlnasl"ners p the I'on oIldated Debt. City of New Or'een., room No. e Clty aild., New Otrbens, April ., 1iRss -The eighteenth u' arterly all(ntmnt of 1'tlnium lond witll takelAeon TUIItHI)AY April In. riee. at i o'clock a. mt . in the ,ofllen (o tIle Ad inistrator of Public Accounts, when forty ALF. H. hIAAOBON. aeP td Adtnlistrat ,r of Flnnnee. 6lee Iew Orteansa ane t~arrlllte" Rall road Cos -ltan New rlanI p Arll te ,. -At ieeeli metling of the Board t f Wrt trm. se ois day tdlvldnend of TW1O ANt A It l.YPERfi. MNT was declared out o, the arnie of the past three mlonths, paynble to the stotkbolders o their loal reuroCeit.itnves, oand after T U eenth instant api td NRecrtary and Treasurer. New Orleans. April -1, RO.--nPartkes aving claims thalrst the FA1at of. William apser. late of Marlr'n county Illlnois. are re qured to pres t them to the undrslgtnedt ithin TEN DAYP for t Oa n A. EBRE'AUL AG.IB. Attorneys. a l l .o.t N,"C (taro.odl, t, tt.r t.. ItWlael Notice -- All Persons Having laims ageinst the sehoeter FmIANKLIN will Se preo nt them to JOHN OH'lTAO, corner oulouse n Baln f treets. mh el itm NATIONAL BILL TELEPHONE COMPANY. GENERAL AGENCY For the 8tathe of WOUIBIANA AND M188I881l'PI. CooDlete n tinonlaion and particulars given ot esbtbllshlnr telephone cmmuulnctlon in Ay of the CeltRee, towns, lendl sr stations. -latatiolsy. etc. throuhout these States. w. H. iOFNEIIar, General Agent, P.O. BOx 9r. . L o. 47 Catm i street. POLITICOAL NOTIOCES. WiMtel -Heatldqrtrt era Hanneck tExenu eoommlere-. Neow Otieats Atpril e, 1RRII.- order to s.eUrA dteI,'ratilooie from the t.rit or New Orleans to ithe ate l)nmo. Pt tio onventlontu Hvorablm e to O.ueralr Han-leook, fir the Preeidony. the tnembtrs Stbe-City Commlltcc alreadly appolint d. and i'Democnats In the wards, friends of tieneral atiOoek are earnl qly reqtdd to proe.w-d Im -edliaLet 11i prlO, llHllg Iglatulllres t eap.Ohat.. one hundrced boro fem lAtnmort, rt In each ward. sos to get (h,, u, c.'se-ty reprtseOll' ion in the Drilmary aleul.tnl t.tr d(-l. grtes. WED)NEtI)AY. -e seventh l.,'rnt, b.tnUg the Iast llday for aPlloaetlont for ret-: .estittlon, 'rhe attenllon of al frslitds oft lenerl Hanc.ock in the city i~ earnestly callcd to lilea t teO !t , apt It JOHN MoNuNERY. Chairman. Elerenth Ward Central Democratte Club.-A meeting will be held at the Wigwam, norner Beven.in and COostanne strets. This EvenlinD at 7'i o'clock, to reolve the report of committee aptointed at revious meeting. alºp It WM. FAGAN, Pl'resident A NMeetng le the Thlrteenlth Vard Cen l Democratic Club will be Iold at the corner l T houpltoulas and Valance streets. _CED]NEDAY. the seventh Inmetnt, at 7M4 p. m. atters nerteining to the elretion of dehl.ates to the ltate convw ntion will bh onsidercd. p It*' E L. BOWERt. Pr'esldnnt. Notleo of Election- Demohratle Voters of the Third Ward-The voters of the third ward ra hereby notifl d that the election of declvates to the convention to nominate dole. Sates to the National Democratic OC nventlon Will take place on BATUIIDAY, April tl. lisi, at the orner of Po dras and 11 roolun strneis. (lonmilonere. Box A to t -JOHN ?U N. J. KANE. Clerk-OLARK NtTPEN. _ misioners!, Box I to Z -JOHN BRUGO liI0zl JERRY DUOGAN. Oierk-J. J. RRt.olTO REILEY. Judge 1.i open from O a m. to 7 v. m. yorder of the Parish Onmmittee: JOHN FITZPATRICK. President Third Ward Demoeratic and Oonser vatlve Olub. Joe. Woo. BNeeretary. ave 4t* K. OF T. Cr.'lent En, llnm lrt. Nt. 1t ... . 1 Iligllt. of I, rt dery T I jt.i iAY V aN .. s ,t :'. n ,. l, tle Plda . i i-" . h R i I I , .. , Mn . hl I l, . o r, | w l J a O I n itt, . . n .111 o1. .1 n 11t n. . r. , '. n ll .ol llup. T. i o H,. I.11 lIll II' tg.V ",.V t " Pr. n hlbll o y t. h 11., , a,. I .. 1( . II 1., II 1. - mf r Ileeese of Louisiana. ta I |. RIRINT TI..lO. , C Ihle, f. Jew |L t Inerltt, A.R. J... ('LuMIsn. P. R. REGULARB ESSION OF THE COUNCIL. .-H PROOCEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL SBeasion of the Council of the Churcb in Louisiana will be opened by a special service, with holy -ommunlon. bealntir at t11 o'clock a. m.. In 8T. PAITL'8 OIiUR( H. Ornmp and jtentle streets, WEDlNEtsDAY. April 7. 1sm0. TheO onnell sermon will be pr,,ached by the Rev. A. t. Clarke. Calvary Church. New OrleaMns The olerty are requested to assemble In the bq~ement of St. Paul', Church at 10:3o a. m Journals of the last Council A. D 1579. shouldi e.furnished by the city varieb, s for the use of deleratee. JOHN PERICIVAL. p0i It Mor.torv ,rf (iano.oll. REE ) RICE. T REE THOUSAND BACK~ CHOICE CARO. Ilna and Honduras for al", inu lotr to suit S terobaers. ALLEN &. CYME. atL 'f 91 Tehoupitoulan street. COW PEAS8! COW PEAS! BOIE01 CLAY AND MIXED For sale by J. W. BURBRIDGE & CO. aDt 1W COWS! OW! COWS ! JUST RECEIVED A car load of fine MILCH COWS. They can be seen at 149 Baronne street. L. ISAAOS. 8ap 4t Doxtor Stlh eq. SOLE AGENCY OF THE - CLE BBATED - TENNESSEE SUGAR KETTLES. All sires on hand. Orders taken for all kinds ,f BOILERS and BUG&B-ROU8E MACHINERY, or, opec~ea li oas. E. F IAVILI EBI UVRE. C .mmieton.,M rhnt. mbso im No. 16 Unon street. '.THE ST. CHAR LEN HOTEl, ILL OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION O1 V guests on MONDAY sixth Instant. Diur u th.et summer the Hotel was out in taorourt r a tad many modern lmprovements ttrk od t~e enure the comfort of patrons. ThL house is nnnrwssed in all that goes to nmk, a FIRST- .LAS and ELEGANT HOTEL. anc will contin ne to merit the popular favor whlet bas been a- uordhd it In the past. PUartit rtrnlng home will do well to cal 4a1 Qo at , ATJ ROOMI bufore locati~c esif JIVEMS & BAETBLS DANKg 5TTTEIWST'. BEIPOT OF THE CONDITION -OF TRN- NEW ORLEANS CANAL AND BImKIND COMPANY RBEOUICES. Real estate... .............. .. ... $1 .2A 94 United States bondl.s, par ... .. 1l.x o' Other bonds and stor ks1...... .... .. no) 22R a1 Loans on mortgage ma turing after on lny s .. . $570,417 so Loans and discounts ma turing after 4o lays. .. 149.929 27 Loans and discounts ma trlling within 9o dalR 1.171.41)a 217 Loans on demDandd....... 1,14,04:).2 10o ---- ,740,974 94 Su)spendeld paper .....-.......... 19,941 32 (Clurremlt, OiXRss and taR xe. ........ 19.976 21 New York exchange...... $3.,01n29 0 Forl4in exchange...... 47,910 4: Cheksp for Clearlng House exchanges .. 3'11.444 41 ooin ................ . 377.1)44 4rn Natilnal bank notes 24.... ,(., n0r, U. S. legal tender note .. 5sa2n41 4xi -.. 2 171,1'17 3i1 Total .......... .................. .0,72' 4,3. oR LIABILITIFS. Capital stook paid In ....... ...... $),4.o4,00 r,) Undivided profits. ................... 73.41o 4 Dividends unpaid ....... .. . 9,904 e ,o Individual dpolte......4 42.4401 27 Due to banks and bank ers, subject to check ... o0an 149 a -- 4.632 4941 15 Circulation .................. 8..97 no Total ............. .......5 .724 ao3 o0 We, the undersigned oflicers of the New Or. leans Canal and HBnking Company. do sol emnly swear that above the statement is true to the best of our knowllgnd and belief. J. B. LALLANDE,1 Directors. X HART, r J. 1. MONTHEDlt. Cashier pro tenm. STATE OF LOUISIANA, P'ar.ih of Orlinns. Sworn to and subsorlbd before me this thirty-first day of March. lAso. THEO. OUYOL, Notary Publlc. Published in accordance wit# not No. 9i of 1577. E. A. BURKE. apt7 _ tate 'Irn4nlure)r. IIEPORT OF T'I'E CONDITION - OF T1HI4 - BANKING DEPARTMENT - OF THIe - Citizens' Bank OF LOUISIANA, At New Orleans, In the mtate of Lou Islana, at thse flens of uosiness, Maturday. March 27, 1450. RIEOU) IRIER. Real estate .............. ..27405)) 24 Overdraft... .............. 1..... .1 . Stocks and s.Cri ................... .. 21 '72 ' R Mortgage donartment ........ ...... 17,444 09 Loans and discounts maturing after ninety days - ............ ... 310,20 Loans and discounts maturing within ninety days.......... 200.777 24 Loans on demand.. . 2,940 1)4o - 5.7.1.n7 9o Due from other banks and bankers 4o.193s 30 Current expenses ................... 1,·--26 57 Gold and silaer... ....... lasot o00 Clearinglo- ouse ex changes............. 104,353 84 United States national bank notes........... 192,345 41- 30,1.no 2r, $1.897.,9:14 40 LIA IIILITIES. Capital stock paid in. .... 1,510,00w no Undivided profllt ...... 19,74 91- 1,019.,753 91 Dlvidends unpaid....... 8o4 o0 Deposlts not bearing In terest............... 33,123 60 Due to banks and bank rs ................. .. 4.747 8:1 --87.17,I 49 $1.497.9:14 4o We. of thoOttilzns Bank of Louislana, do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. .JAB. J. TABRLETON. Cashier. OUS. A. BIEAUX. Dretors. HENRY AB1I~l~M. Dretors. Btate of Loulsiana. Parlsh of Orleans: Sworn to and subscribed before me, this second day of April. 1Rso. A. PITOT. Notary Public. Published In accoordance with act No. 91 of 1877. E. A. BURKE. apI It .8tatae Treasurer. letr opolitan Bank, No. 91 Canal Etreet, corner rhartres. WEW OBLEANS. March 27. 1sO0. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THItS BANK at the close of business this day: ASSETS. Real estate ........................ 30.56 68 United States 4 per cent bonds ........... ......... $0.000 State warrants ...................... 305- $101 o o Dmestle exchange .................. . 232:t 76 Loans due in ninety days ............. 16..:a3 42 Loans not due in ninety days.... . .. ,ono 70 Loans on demand.................... 5,5 oo Fixtures and furniture .. ........... 2.500 o00 Current expenses and taxes........... 4.578 72 Cash items-Gold and silver coin. United States and national bank notes. and ohecks on local banks 1n.083n 0o LIABILITIES. 551053 36 Oapital stock ......................... $2).(;07 r55 Interest bearing deposits ............. 11.t1 o00 Non-interest bearing deposits ........ 20.:037 95 Dividends unpaid ..................... 907 . 5 Banks and bankerse................. 101.812 50 Undivided profits .................... 11 206 71 $551.053 36 The foregoing statement is correct and true. T. D VAN HORN, Cashier. LOUS LFONHARD. Directors. A. CHAPSKY, I Sworn to and subscribed before me. notary. on this first day of April. 1880. BENJAMIN ORY, Notary Public. Published in aocordance with act No. 91 of 1877. E. A. BURKE, ap7 It Stata Treasurer. IEW Ol1 DNS, SPANISH FORT - AND - LAKE RAILROAD. Depot Corner Canal and Basin Streets. On and uater APRIL 1 trains will, until fur ther notice leave as follows: At 6:30. 9. e.v.i every hour after untl 3 p. m.; th' n ew-v y half hour. Lest train fronm city a 7 p. m.: from the Fort at 8 p. m. Arrang, ments canh made for slpec.al trains. T. 8. WILLIAMS. api zm General Manager. NEW LOUISIANA JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. COMMENCING TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1880. Fifth Day. Thursday, April It. First-- Prse $Sto., for all ags:; sltoto first, S~5 to second 101 poullnds on eo: t h rnoe year 0ol.(s to Iarlty tielrr proper weilhts, a pounds allowed fitr mares and geldings. One mile and a fur long. 1econd- Purse 200.. for all gans: Sirt to first. o50 to recotid. Thrnee-aaoartCrs of a uille. Third-- Purse $2t;; $50) to fire. 5or to second. One mile and three nuarters. ilxth Day, Naturday, April 10. First-Uottrill Stakes for three year olds. 152 entraunce. . p . with StIo50 dnde; 5$(Ic to first I50 to second; lhot., It. IR. hunt to add 1Jilver (iaD, valied at. 50.0; winner of the i'lckwtok stakes to c(atry 7 ouedRs extra. One mIlle and a halt. (1, B. Morris enters oh. f. Cold Iuga, by John M'rrgan. '1th Blonulrt. (1. B. Morris enters oh. g. Knight Tremnlar. by Felltwcraft, dam Emma Johleon. by, Union. Brien & Htnecer enter oh. P. Bill Bird. by John Morganll d(am Ualolcl. Win. dottrill nnwrs b. . Mammonist, by Im . Buckdett. dam Monmoh anin. by Melbourne, Jr. Win. Uottrlll enters h. f. Modlertor, by Imp. BuekdIn, dam MsannO5rs. by Brown Dick. Win. I akeland enters oh. g. Woodcock, by War Dance. dam Miss Gray. U. 8. Ualdwell enters b. a. Recorder, by John Morgan. dam Queen of the West. Ira E. Bride enters oh. g. --. by Planorold. dam by Blacklook. Caldwell t Oree enter ch. f Mary Anderson, hy Ventilator. dam Queen of knots. Becond--O-nolat.lon Race for beaten horses; Purse $25(: s$1r to first. $o to second; horses bteaten twice allowed 7 pounds. three times or over. 15 pounds. One mile. Thblr'-urse .t)00 a handicap for all angs: SOnl to first, o100o to second ; conditions same as previous handicap. Four miles. In all stakes five or more reoulred to fill. In all club purses erttrance free, No money will be given for a walk over. Members are notified to call for their badges at No. lot Canal street. The races will commencen at. o'clock P. m. In case of postponement'n aoneo t.of the weather a pennant will be displlayed from the Crescent Hall, corner Oanal and St. Charles streets. tjIIar er-stretch )adIae for the meeting .- ..1.s (o Invitation b ladges .......... ..... ....... . to SI Day badmes ............... .. ......... O Admission to club stand ................. I t Admission to the Fleld Free. Must enter by Gentilly or Mystery street g(11111, 00 OF ADUIiSION. No Inlldies nrmitted to the 1,tand unacoom panled by genutlemno. Invltation badges for non-residents only are personual, and almlit only the tporson invited. Quat ter.stretnh Iadges will admit, to all parts of too rank and grounds. Tlikets of adm,,lalon to the stand do not ad mit the holder to the quarter-stretc.h. Members arc entitled to a free adrtlmslon for ladles Iecompanyong them. Ladles ti('eott,manelod by members are invited to vlsIt the hlubt-holrsn. tln(iklnf positively prohibited on the mom borers' staui. Ladles and gentlnmen will be requlired to keep their seats during the running of the races. All vehllcks must enter by the Gentilly road gate. ex.e'lt. members'. M,,lnhers of thie club and ladi nes aompanylug tbem only admitted at the members' gate. QuIanrtr streich ba lge can be obtained at No lot Canal atrret and ..t the trank. The cars of the City Italroad. BaRyo B' idge brarnch andl Orleans Railroad, will leavn Clay Statue,. (arnal street. every thren minutes dur Ina the races. i'ools will be sold in the Club Room of the Or scent Hall. corner Canal and St. Charles stroets. stewards. R. W. Slmmons. W. J. Hare, A. P. Mason. Henry W. Connor. A. M. Blokham. I E. Glenny. Timers. John A. Morris, A. M. Summers. Distance Judges. Thos. L. Airey. W. B. Krurnbhaar. Reception Committee. 8 Il. BUCK Ohairman. Dr. Samuel Choppln. Thos. . Herndon. J. B. Laliande. A. G. Nlcolopulo. N. I). Wallace. A. Frellsen. J D Poet. Octave Hopkins. Frank Kennedy W F. I'Inckard. Wright Btehanumbrg, Atwood Vlolett. W. A. l,4l I1. Charnook. Hon. Olarles FK Fenner. All comonllulotcaltnt most be addressed to Q. W. NOTT. Look Box 7e0, Now Orleans. I. W. BIMMON8. President. 0. W. NOTr. Secretary. mb2s AND SURE CURE FOR Coughs, Colds, 8ore Throat, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption, And All Diseases or Threat ann Lunge Balontfloally prepared of Balsam Tol, Crys tallizod Rock Candy. Old Rye Whisky and other tonics. The Formula is known to our best physlcians. Is hglahly commended by them, and the analyals of one of nourr most promlnent clem Itts. Prof. 0. A. MARINER.of Chicago. Is on the label of overy bottle It Is well known to the medical profrsolon that TOLU. ROOK and RYE will afford the areatest relief for Coughs. Colds. Influenza. Bronohltls., Bore Throat. Weak Lungs,. also Conaumution, In the inclpient and alvanood stages. Used as a BEVERAGE and APPETIZER. mnakinga a dellahtful tonlo for family use. You, will find it pleasant to take, of great service; if weak or debllitated, gives strength, tone and activity to the whole human frame. Int up tn Qn rp StA' Bottles 'orFamil Use. CAULT ION.-8C IVE D, L&w. RENCE & MARTIN are the only manufnocturere in the world of TOLU ROOK AND RYE. and none is genuine that doeos not bear the NAME and Government Stamp. Do not be dooeivod in buying thoese goods. LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, 111 Madison Street, Chicago. SOLD IN NEW ORLEANS by all Drugglsts Grooers and Wine Mrchantsg neuerall y. A wholesale by FLALH. PRE8TON & CO., I. L LYONs. and F HOLLANDER. who will supply the trade at manufacturer's prices. At retail' by deanlrs generally. mhl WeBaSu & W cow ly SWARBRICK & CO., GROOceRS. Oommlselon Merchants and Importers o Fancy and StaGle Groceries. Wines and Liquore. Noe. 9.....~- amp street ........ Ne. 59 NEW ORLEANB. Plantation and Bhip BSupplies. aoel SuWeFrrm. THE LOAN OFFICE. OTTO SCHWANERI 17 ........Baronne street.. ... 7 Between (Janal r.nd Commorn. Oprejfte (Grnuewald jI+,l' SAlvqncPs mna(1e on PIANOS, fr hwhb , it. :,I accotmmodations a i. mfai, ;", i1 SEED RICE ! SEED RICE 00 BSACKS CAROI.JNA AND HONDURAS. For sale by EBNBT & 00.,, jasfe 1mn and III Julia street, A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. Persons who desire to embelish their residences would do well to call at L. UTER'S ART EMPORIUM, 38..----......------------..........----ROYAL STREET.......---------------...........38 And Insvedt blb magnifloent stock before vurnhaalng elsewhere, and we are sure It. will be to their advantage by an doing, as his vrlees arn made to suit the times. and he guarantees fin satlafaetion to thl ilurehaser of any of the following artloles, such as Fine Ornamented Gilt or Walnut and (Jilt French Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Win. dow Mhades, Cornice., Ceraini oleder, ersngravings, (Clirosmos, Portrait and P'icture Frames of every descriptlon; also, Artists' Materials, Picture Mouldings, Backing, Plicture I'ords and 'l'nssels. mh2l ly FOR THE VERY BEST AND NEVER FADINO PATENT PHOTOG 0 0 A.P -GO TO Sole License. For the STUDIIO, Chromotype and Lamnbrotypo a an se Patent Processes For the Btates of LOUISaIAx A 121 CANAL Ntreet, - AND - WASHBURIN'S CYEL1EBRATED - ART GALLERY. A Triumph in Photography PICTURES MADE PERMANENT LAMBERT PATEIT PROCESS. We are oreared, with all the latest Invet tons and avvliacnes, to produoe all the newest stiles In ,hotogravr y at Veryl Mderate Pr~ce.. not WANTB. W ANTED--TIHE PUBLIO TO KNOW THAT the cheavest and beet a4vnrlesina in the alty ie In this column, at ten penti per line for the first and five cents for each subsequent In. sertion. RIS11V LARUOUti WANTS., Corns and anIlons. W ANTEP--EVEILY PERIHON RUFFERING from Corns andl Bunions to use Dr Koel lint's Remedy for Corns. Cures very sore Bun ions and Corns in one night. IOeferences: Col. J. W. Gant. Dr. Wells., W. 8. LaseP. and many others. PrIer, no anti 75 cents. For sale by F. FREIDERIKHtPN. Itio anal street. ap7 It* Men to Work on Levee. W ANTED--O0 MEN TO WORK ON LOB doll Levee. West Baton Rouge, rposite Profi.'s Islend. Wages sIt o per day. Htation work given out and tools furnished to compe tent men- Apply to the contractor, on the Iround. spa O31 Household Goods and Merchandlse. I)ARTIE8 HAVING HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1- or merchbandise to dispose of will obtain an offer of the highest cash prl'e by sending a memorandum of what then wish to sell and their address to Lock Box ass, New Orleans P. O. mh2t lm Plano Wanted. W ANTED-AN UPRIGHT PIANO IN PER 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 offloe. mhsc td Horse and Two-Wheel Wagon. ANY PERSON HAVING A TWO-WHEEL WAGON and IIORSE for sale, in good con dition, and wlililg to accept payment for same in monthly Instalments with good soe.ulty, can secure sale for same by addreeoing. PUR OHASER. New Orleans Democrat office. mhsl tf morse. W.ANTED-A YOUNG. STRONG, SOUND safe and moderately fast horse, sultable for a light barouche. State color, age, price and where the animal may be seen, Address BAROUCHE. Democrat office. mho If Plane Tuning. $1.50 FOR PIANO TUNING-BEST WORB a at b ao Magalino street, D. LEEOB. Bolree Pianist. nole tf . NO MORE . SUR. QU. CU EL 1 Manufaotured oney unOer tie above Trade Mark. by the EUROPEAN 8ALIOYLIO MEDI CINE Co., of Prls Rand Le~fpzg. IMMPDIATE RELIEF WARRINTED,-P-ERMANINTT CUREe OUARANTriED. Now exclusively used by all celebrated physiioans of Europe and Amerl ca. The highest Medical Academy of Paris re ports 95 cures out of io cr.ees within three days. Seeret.-The only dissolver of the poison ous Uric Acid which exists in the Blood of Rheumatle and Gouty Patients. CURED, CURED. CURED. H. 8. Dewey. Esa.. No. 201ol Broadway. Inflam matory Rheumatism. J. Leavtey Esq, No., 455 Washington Market, Chronic Rhaumatslm. Mrs. E. Towne, No. 63 East Ninth street chalky formatlons in the joints), Chronlc Rheumatism. A. M. Preaer No. 74 Newark Avenue, Jersey Oty ChObronio RIheumatism. John F. Chamberlain. Eaq., Washington Olub Washingdaton, D. C.. Rheumatic Gout. Wm. E. Arnold. Esa.. No. 12 Weybosset street Providence, R. .I. of twenty years' Ohronic heumatlesm. John B. Turngate. No. loo Sancher street. San Francisco. Neuralgia and Sciatica. For malarial, intermittent and chronic fevers, chills or ague. SALIC:YLICA IS A CERTAIN CURE, Superseding entirely the use of unlphete or quinine, as It will not only cut the fevers, but will achieves IA I)1C4 CURE without any of the Inconveniennces and troubles arising from QUININE. $1 a Box, Six Boxes for $5. Bent free by mail on receipt of money. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT, but take no imitation or substitute, as our Sall cyllic (cooyrilhted) Is guaranteed to relieve, or money refunded. end will be delivered free on receipt of orders. by calling on or addressing WASHBURNE & 00., SOLE AGENTS. 212 BROADWAY, CORNER FULTON STREET (Knox Building). N. Y. -FOR SALE BY I. L. LYONS, Corner Camp and Gravier Streets. mhl8 IyD&W MALAKOFF BITTERS BECEIVED THE ONLY MEDAL -AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION 1878. NO TONIO LIKE IT. ALPh. WALZ, Sole Pr(prietor and ManufaoturAt. mh tt 26 OONTI STBREET. LOST. r .oT -ONE AUDITOrt'K4 WARBRANT,DATED LA Junoe 2. 1879, No. Ar,. for one hundred dol Inar, to Senders Illehardson. registrar of voters for Webster parish for the ryear 177. urtnder not No. 16 of 1S79. ADplieatlon will be mad, for a duplinate. . sit a IOBT OR MILA ID--TWO CERTAIN MORT A AGE NOTbB, dlescrtbd ats follows: One for the sum of one thoutsanni and olnoty-seven dollars and thirty-sevon fnt, dated New Orleans, January as. 1916. duoe , vemler 15, after date. One for eleven t Unfdred and seventeen dollars and ninety rowu cents, due December in, after data. de'r i Now Or leans, January 0e 11475; both drawn to the order of 0. M. Thnmas, stunle. by him and by him Indorsed In blank, with luterest at eight per cent, per annum from n!'durlty until eald. They are tbo property of the un dersigned, and the public is warned not to our ohase or negotiate same mblh alt JOHN OCiAFFE. BRO. & SON. FOUND. L.OUND-CAME TO MY BTABLE ON BAT. 1' urday. April 8, one YELLOW OuW, between seven and eight years old. The owner can have the same by proving proDery and pRL0vin ex penses. J. CO )NDON a6 at* 21nt Dryades street. FOR SALL. 1IOR BALE. AT A REASONABLE PRICE-A nearly new FAMILY BA61OUCHE. that has been hut little used and which is in perfect order. Parties dcsiring to purchase address X Y.. Democrat offlie. ap2 tFiTiALE-- TEA STO i-T kOaIN A profitable business. Reasons for selling. pro rletor's inability to attend to it. Address A T, Demn rat offl~n. nhbal tf Lots tBALk-bU10OONER 8YLPiB--TWILVE F- tons, now lying in the Old Basin. near Bayou bridge. She is in perfect order and ready for service. For furtber particulars apply to It. FRANOIS. Agent, mbal lm No. 6 Cotton Exchange (up stairs). (FOR FIItst'T-CLA.iM SHIRT S - AND - FURNISHIND DOODS - AND - All the Nobby Styles in 'NecOkwear, - GO TO - N. H. IOODY'S, I!t--CAROWIDELET STREET- I not sdo sd or an Dieeases of the Nervous System. FEMALE COMPLAIITS---ClH ONIC DISIEASS DR. W. BILLE, 196 Canal Street, Between Dryades and Rampart streets. TMPAIRMENTS OF ANY OBOANIC FUNO. Stiton, impediments to marriage, private dis eases in men and women, spermatorrhea, im po ency, nervous debility caused by abuse or age, made a specialty. Dr. Bills is a pupil of Prof. Ricord. Paris, has resided here for years and has no equal in his specialties, as hun dreds of the moat prominent citizens here wil testify. Difflculties of menstruation always re iieved. +evarate waiting-room for ladies no8o l6thD DB. & B. P PYBIIAN AND BURGEON of twenty.five years' excerience in the treat ment and Rare of e.ll diseases of the GENITO. URINARBY ORGANS, and of those arislng froz either Ni.BVOUB or PHYSICAL DEBILITY. caused by age or early abuses. Chron!·' dia eases treated with saocess. Bright's Disease. Gravel. Catarrh of the Bladder. set. Bperma. torrhboa, and all disorders of a PRIVATE NA TUBE treated without the use of MERCURY or any injurious drugs. Curtis ranteed and medlicines suivvled, BTrIOT ~i eared by a simole meehanism, without pain. Diseasese of Females 8uspensio Betentioa and all Female Irrergularities PLOM PTLY BE LIEVED. Dr Perez's FEMALE REGULAT ING ELIXIB iIEVEB FAILB. To be had only at this ofoe, Consultations strictly coniden.. tal and charges reeasonable. OffceNo. 6 South Bampartetreet. near Canal Noew Orleans. os ID WELI. S AADEMY OF MUSIO. The Great Nusical Sensation of the DJay, Monday, April 5. FOIR ON I' WEEIK. Matinees Wednesday aed peaturday. Haverly's Celebrated New York JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY, From Haverly's Theatre. New York Oitt FIFTY GIFTED JUVENILE ARTISTS. With IIch Vocal Acnomllishments and Dras matio Aptitude, oi their charming rendition of It. M. M. PINAFO.t.f ; Or. the Lase that Ioved a PallOr, An presented by them with unbounded sucosesi over FIVE IIUNDRED TIMEB. Monday. Aprll 12. for one week, Mr Apýý tiu Dal's Now Comedyv. entlltled AN AbIAIIIV NIOHT _ . .il . T.RENII OPERA HOUSE, T E. BOURB ON BTREI e 04EMAP4ON 1l880-81., OPENING OF THE BUBBOBIPTION - TO - A SEASON OF BEV ENTY-FIVE PAS. - -r - A PRIBNCR OPERA TROUPE. The subscription books will be opened evely day, without exception, from 2 m. till I p. I.. until BATUBDAY. April o., lonoluive, at Fh Werlein's music store, 15 OCanal street. Prlee of Iubeserlptlon Proscenium Boxes ...................."... o 9 BideBalgnolrees ....................... .. 491 Boxes of the First Tier .......... . 411 front Balanoires ...... ........... onxnes of econd Tier .................. 2 W Parmiuet Beats .... ............ 111 Balony Beats (First Tier) ............. II3 The price of subscription will be paIrbloLe rollows: First half on the day followloin first pertot mane of the season, and the seooa half on the fifteenth da~ of January 188t mbhso2w JOHN DAVIf, Agent. FOR THE IRIB1 RELIEF FUND MiSICAL AlND VARIETY ENTERTAINIEl Direesoted by Prof. 13. A. Blke. ST. OHARLES THEATRE. Wednesday, April 7, at 7 1.- pi. a Doors open at 7 o'clook, PROGRAMME. ChorR ................. Come B k to Uri. Song- Molly awn......... .. s Yo ong- Y.u and I Mr. T. 8. M ove Comulc ong Waltaing Around alth Julia, Mr. John Conner. Blnok Dlamonda. Duett--oftiy and slowly Stoligll. Miss Kennedy and Prot Newman. Song-Awfully Olevr ...Mste Louls Slak.A Song-Jennie, the Flower of Kil derr rts. Walin.. tRchatlon-MelologuC -An Ode to MuosI, oI t Moore, Mr. M. F, Bglney. Suna-Let Me Dream Again. Mrs. John F. Markiy,. Duet-Vocal selections, with banjo and galts M^sare. Delanoy and Drumm. B. L Song-Then You'll Remember Me .Mises Oliaa INTERMISSBBION OF FIVE MINUTES. Song-Pull Down the Blinds Faster Harry Bik,. Duet--ee the Palo Moon Mrs. J. F. Marker and Mr. M. T. Mullady,. Song-German Boarding-Ileuse, Master Mish Blalb. Reading-Belections from the el quent or of Father Terry, dtlivered at Ut(ca, N.Y. in aid of the Irish famine fund By Mr. J. 8. Oathwie Aged Negro Impersonations John Volmers. i. .. quartette-"Sweet Genevitlve,"- Moser-. Davin, McGovern. Elooke ad i O'Brien. taoompanled on the violin . flute by Messrs. E. O. Dlrmeyer andU. N. Thayer. Duet-A Flower from My Angel Mother's *v, Mr. Davin and Mt MDl s ..' Bong-Comino Through the BRe, Song-Kathleen Mavourneen.... ProL Chorus-Jubilee Bingers. Masters Wm. and Oba. Zimmarman, . ,Loae MIah and Harry Blake, Robert iLee and asi' gene Unsworth. Song-Elleen Alanna........M. Mr. McGovegtar With chorus of ladies and gentlemen, Admission fifty cents. Children halfl v.IO , Gallery twenty five cents. 06 adt THE FINEST BJWRAND -01 WHISKY EVEB PUT ON THIS MABKET IB THISTLE DEW,. MANUFAOTUBED Bi HENRY W. SMITH & 00. KENTON COUNTY, KY. THE UNDEBBIGNED HAVE N1OW TEN sOL CONTROaL Or THms OeLEBRATED BRANS "VIZ IN LOUllIANA AND MIBBISSIPPI, And CaIelaise csapalses W1ta tLe Oldest and Fines& :C brands Evnr Oferd a nthLe Matuk. THE FLAVOR IS DELIjIOU.A , The Purity is Guaranteed, Boquet Unapproa~ohablia AND WE PREDI(Y THIS BRAND Will Carry the Trade By Stor .1, ALSO. KEEP OONBTANTLY ON HA1SD " LARGE BTOOK OF OTHERJ FINE LIQUORS, WIIES, CASE IODlS, .L PATTISON & BOVARD, -"y 72 and 74 - - t*ravier St --72end aa' NEW ORLEANB. lal SI _LECTRIO BELLS-THE NEWEFT A3TW I best method of Bell-hanging known. i.s drstined to supersede entirely the old-fa5s., itned, bungly, annoying and expensiveste .. No breaking of wires; on the contrary, wne once in position for the electric current to , , an electric bell is there for a life time. Au t ., is necessary to sound an alarm is to o gently a button, which may connect with b in servants' room. dining-room, kitchen, stable, -in fact any Dart of a residence or business-. house. (No burglar will enter a house with oan • of these bells in it.) Bald buttons can be soMat ranged with indicators that a servant can tef. in an instant from where an alarm oomer Numbers of our most prominent merhbaavt are using them, with great satiesaction, bothe for their residences and stores. Send for o1E onlars and ref-'mues, lAS. I. BEYNOLDS, Aaent. . jag N$o. So Baonne streal