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PARISII MEETINGS.
-LWCTION OF DBLKGATES TO THE
DBEOCRATIC MTATE C;ONVENTION,
TO IEET AT BATON ROUGE AU
GUST 5.
An.umplton.
NA'POrL.nNVI[L.l, July 13. Pu'rsuant to
a call of the 'executivti e(mll n ltteo,
a large number of the citizns of Assunp
tion parish ass5,mblld at Napoleonvillle on
Saturday, July 13. E IL(uvi' was ('elect4(d
president of the mutlling and Mr. Howell
secretary.
Hon. J. H. Ar'klen was Invited IAI take a seat
with the prosident, and In resI)pon.I t.) an In
vitation adldressdl the conventlon for over
one hour, his speech beiing warmnly ippl(lauded.
The ;ornmli.ttron resolutions reporte I )4 I'r.II - I'
olutions compllirnen. rv to the Nicholls ad
ministration, and als, the following:
ReRolb,'d, That altihough we cr,.iccedl the
faults of etenin i4h.sl allld omissionl of oIur1
present SHtate (co4stitution, yet undeIr the
presout aspect of 0our olisicaiCl IlIiL>rs we dloern
it most priud'ient to elllllnflll ihe m alIIt the
time, the caling oIf a State4 coniventionI to
frame a now ilone.
Reol~rrd. 'ihat we heartllv approve the
course of our (IC 4ngre .tio.snl Rll"resrntat,lt.ive
in (ongress,. the llon. I. 11. A ,klhn, and feel
particularly well latistled at, his 1suc4Css In
obtaining an ipplrolriation (of $I,e000 for the
improvement if lli.4you L (folil(rche; anid las
our cOfidene.l il In hm i ulllllliIIiniih , anlli
It 1s the desire or oui. pleplI that lhe s5h.ild
1l,,40 )vo t14he noiniii ti)(i for C(Iong4ig;, o(iI
delegaltion I ti'rtbly instlruct tI o vote for
him.
Pointe 1 upre.
POINTE (COUrERi, .Ill"y 1i. - Inll p'rr41ltli'e Of
the rail issiuld by fI'il .Joffrion, irMsHidont of
the late parish ('uerninlt.e if thoI ]),ino(iratic
Conservative party of Polinte Coupel, the
l)emocrattlo-Con'r'rvIti.ivIe pLl t.y of the p. riIh
of Point( Coulp, rnet In imai +I ulevlt.inlg Iat the'
Re(l Store, in the Iflth ward of awa I plrish, oi
Thursday, the ilvirth dilLy of Jilly, 1x7H.
The mnertlllg wI.as :aleht to ol'leor by Mr.
Paul .Joffrion. andI Mr. C. (.L hale was duly
electd prerslitrlt lttl dMr. 1'. F'. I''eiruet secre
tary.
On motion of L. II. Cli)lborllr , It eonmmrittxw
of seven on ri'lhIi()lluos WaH app)intedll by the
presidtlent.
Aftrr an )atmilr of haolfhl anr hour the ('onm
mitte. aurrounr'ei themselvesi4 ri'ely to report,
and the anrotillg was1 t Ih'll (Id(I to or(ler.
The report of theI ()Irln llttar was (un,tI. and,
after discur t nl, , the fo llwlong re.olutionii
wern adoltpted '), IL lLrgie majority, viz:
RerolvedI, hl'lt, teil deletgatt.s liii now l p
pOinLteI to ri.presienllt the I)emuorrlh.i-(c.rosr
vatlve plarty of tlhis pilarih Ir the Stiat andilt
oon)gres4lorrnl ,ii)rveruntirIs of thre uaurty
each ward ir tlh parish tlo ii 1ntitl,1d tI one
delegate, who sthaIll he aI)ppointeld rby tIhr presI)
dent of this m.Itetig tl thie IsuKggestion oll
the riep)roontatives oif i aiih wardl h(ere repro
RtiMolvr'ed furlther, Thint said ldeheg.rnt t)h in
St.l'Uct'l to vote i thl Stati colnventllior for IL
resolution pledihgg the plarty ii favor oif a
Stati, constitti.ndt l r ('onIIv! otiIL iAd Iagailust
th.I propos led amreni,!ienrllts.
The ifollowing diltgatUs wovre then appoilt
ed to reiprresenit Ithe tllenrcrattic-I Clonservlttive
party of Pointe CoI.pe())( ill thIe tate and con
gressionrrl (conventions,ll viz:
First Ward- -It. G. Callihan .
Seconil Ward l Ar chi 1). Smith.
Third Wa~ - Win. B. Archer.
Fourth Ward E. T'ircult.
Fifth Ward -V. iBaileh.
Sixth Want J. l)t-ladgnr .
Seventh Ward A. L.Jewell.
Eighth Ward - E. (;. luker.
Ninth Ward II. iathirl.
Tenth War-t 'I'. G. Sparks.
Then, on motion, the e i lvirltlion went intou
an election fir it mrrnemre,"r of thrm SlLtat (Centritl
Committee. Capt. Win. S. Wron w Was elucted
by a:clamattlor, and Dr. A. A. BIatchelor was
elected as alte(rnate.
On motion of L. It. Clalhornlo, the following
resolution wias alltlt.itd, viz:
Resolred, t'h Lt th i tltiriurs of the Pointer
-.oupeoe 1~liran and the) Now ()Orleans ])IMI()
(IRAT be andi thlv arl' hereby requei'iteal tio
publish the proceuligs o this mI.eting, and
that a copy of olw thor oif said nmewsl)papers n(,n
tralning saidl rircltlilng srhll| si-rvi, as r (ire
dentlals to t te dligatlt.s alppolintutd by this
meetinrrg.
3 Then, on motion, ther meetingll ad ljourined.
C. G. [IAi., t'resitleut.
P. F. PEOQET, S'( ro'tar'y.
Ft. , ary.
FRlANKTLIN. .iiy 11. --Thi nroeting waas
olthtli to orlher at 12 In. biy 1'. .. J. olster, E, 1.,
member of the Pal-rish Exi"(utlivo (,Corlnmit.tie,
and on mlotioniil, M1. 1. ,t,,r, li-u., was e'lectd
pr.sidenrt and G. II. Sh1ph1irt, Ei.., iucretari'y.
T. I. Fosteir, l-u., imovedl that it I corllnlitt(e
of three on resolutio.ns Ihr nirInteid. Mr.
Acklen lirmovedi an Illlr'lllllllnlt t tI hat the corn
unitt'e tie elhiteid , by the rinellig; inst. l)r.
(C iM. Srr. litrl loi Ill t thel ' o'()lllllitte'' (Dn-
s1lt of Ilvo ri m Il rll rr s, whlich n'lmtiLirl InIwas
adoptied. The, (omll lllit rtI , o r i l tand aIftel
deliberation replorlteil the following resholu
tions:
iir..li.e'd, That the t,>lgat4S to the Stae I
convention lit Itilllt II rlg., thei d4titritt corn
groeslsional convetlirilonI , I Il to th S.linatorialI
(oivention, arei instiu et. i to vote in ail lalt.t
ters bIeforeo lii rthe s.) c tive cnvltioLs,
majority .rvit r, 1lini.i
IRe.olredi, Thli, it ourr dleiigates he sntfi, to the
thre. calivenltilonsi, free fromll niy instrtlluctioes
of any kriln whiatI'virii, ulni that. lilly rsiciil
tions Indorsing - ny i rnilllidte for uofle 1 11he
nominate.d bIy i it h',r of the (r, iiventlior , tnd
rig, as it, does, ir to li l la'irrss a per f(tly fr'.e
action of the d(l.lgate,m, are unwi~Vt e au'iLnap
propriatet; ihe it furtherl
Renolved, That. we atlprovo' and indlorse' the
course of our RlleprLenLtat.ive In Congress,
IHon. J. 11. AklIn.
Messrs. 1). (tIfflrv. A. A. Pieot, O. I). Ber
wick, J. N. Pharr, iV. . i Torilan, Win. Martin
and (i. G. Walker havling ri-evl tl he hltighst
nurmter of vot.es wrn ilide0tl(d elected delo
gates to the State cilonvenLtio.n.
On motion the sern-,tariL waLs requeisted to
publish these proce'ldinlgs iln thle Nuw Orlueans
D)EMOCRAT IIrnd I'iiijtui anilld the Franklin
IEnIrrprisc and Atltakupla le'gisterr of St.
Mary.
On motion IHon. J. II. Acklen was invited to
address them nIlmting, ant, after liutening
thereto, the melletinig iaj Ij lurnetd.
M. 1. Fos'iri.i, President.
GRo. B. tinSv'Ii:llnn, Seir'l'et.t.ar
New Orleans and a Constitutional Con
rention.
IMarksville Bulletin I
The New Orleians DEMOCRAT has beOn giv
ing its metropolitan reamehrs some very se(si
ble advice, and if tthy listen to it they will
not be apt to go very far astray. There are
two things which evidi lntly disturb the mind
of the average citiz .n of New Orleans. The
removal of thel State capital is one of these;
a supposed disposition to tamper with the
public .'bt the other. The DEMOCRAT inti
mates pretty plainly that if the city would
preserve the one and softtn alleged hostility
to the other, it must quit thwarting the efforts
of the people at constitutional reforms.
Truer words than these were never spoken,
and no other paper in the city but the DEMO
CRAT would have dared to utter them. As
long as New Orleans capital manifests a dis
position to intervene between the people and
their just reforms, just so long will it continue
to provoke hostility. Had the city spoken
out in tones of thunder in favor of a constitu
tional convention, instead of egging the advo
cates of this pipular measure on one of its
most noted thoroughfares, the capital ques
tion had never tuen agitated. Had the com
mercial classes evinced more conlidence in the
people, and seconded their efforts to obtain
needed reforms instead of trying to frustrate
them, the people would have been with and
-wt against them.
-These are solemn facts, and we tell the
solid men of New t)rltns it is not txoo
late to utilize them. We assure them that
there is quite as much honesty and good
faith to be found in the people as there ever
was in the money changers of the temple.
But they must act, and act on the side of the
people, who are not their untural enemies, but
their friends, if they will permit them to) re
main so. There is such a thing, however, as
driving a people to the wall.
One thing is clear the commercial classes
will not be allowed to stand in the way of
seeded rerMums and the more strenuous theiri
opposition, the more determined the resist
ance will be. We tell them in truth and
sobernese, the people are determined to carry
out these reforms. Nor will the agitattion
cease until they are carried out. There It
going to be no compromise in this matter.
Legislatures may be put up and knocked
down to the highest blidelhr, conventions
packed, but it will avail not hing. The hand
writing Is on the wall. The bayonet consti
tution of '68 must give way to a constitutIon
of the people.
rlf New Orleans is disnosed to* co-operate
with the country we are willing to riiur.t her
half way, and to act with her in a spirit of
truth and justice. Stheweed have no, misgiv
inlgs on this head. If, on the contrlarv, she
pirefers an alliance with the ilonopolists and
those who have cO ,mbind together to e'at out
the silthstanlce of the people, she is welcoinue
to all that she can make out of it. We w),ul d
he glad to have her on our side in this great
tight. But if she spurns our allianre',, It it,
I,h so. We shallat )at leshave the satisfactilon
of knowing we sought what, she d*'li'eil, arid
for the rest we will endeavor 1o take care of
ourselves.
LETTEIRS FROM THEl PEOPLE.
(The DEMOCRAT is responsible for none of
;he views expressed iIn the e·ollliunlelatioIlu
itrdr this hetl; but no earnriuniications will
e printed except from responsible parties.]
TIHE GRAND JUIIY REPORT.
NE1w O()tANs, iJuly 14, 17I.
IEditor i)rmocrot --I observe in all our pa
pers. so far as I have read thor,n. uniform
praise of the Grand . Jury for its rece(nt Hspeial
report on s8(e10 of our city Institutin.ll.
espeel'in1ly the City Insane Asylum, Work
hluse, 1 ar1d 1Iou0e of ]R.fu,.e for I)oys.
I desire to join in this wetll-deserved mrnell
oIf praise to the plresent (ra(ndt .tury; but at
thel wlar time I think they. have exce((llled pre
vious grand juries rnther in the t,'t and skill
thely iihave m1arnifesttel in getting their report
before the, public, than in the just and right
'eo(ls exposures of the far worse til tl iselerS
nels of these reproaches t, our ,'it.y govern
Illthlit.
I vintlre the opinion that if the reports of
previous gI'rand l uril lind hbeen IpullisheJd
In stnlldi of t[ing supplressed ill thie very most
importanlt itemnls on public clorruplltinnq Ifnd
aulles, a isimilar feeling oIf inllignat lnll to
that now existing agaihnst their mntnlugrnment
would have long since bn lll ilrous l ; I and youll
Woull(d hLave( htadl nlo ('ecasionl to say, FLs yoll ido)
in this mornIlIIng's Issue "II'l'eretofre It hIts
ble'lnl the hab)lit for a whitelwashing report tIo
be tbrought in."
Complare the real report of the G(rand .Jury
I)c(rnblloir, 147(;, withll the newpaprr(er presenta
tionl (If it, r)and y1iou will have) a saI1mple)' (Io thil
style ini which these' reports of the grandi) in
quelst hiave iben habitually (nmaseuliated. In
whose interel'st is this dl(ne? Was not this
veIry l''report, )1W 1so justly api|proved, iirst pllb
lished! without hosli fs. hh r ns or ailythnrig that
c'ould lalerate or brluiso lanlylyd
(iLl) C('ITIZEN,.
.. . . e..0 ---. . .
STEMHEIN ON HILL.
WhVo Itedeemed the s"ate of GeorgrIa from
Hadical nule.
IFrom Mr. Stephen,' Crnwfrdvlile speooh.1
One other matter, said Mr. Stephents, hii
wished to refer to. ieo had see.n Itsltted that
Mr. Hill had taken exceptions to It remark he
(Mr. Stlephens) had made in his Augustai
speec('h, about tihe part ho (Mr. S.) acted in
framinig tihe platformi of principles in 1571i,
ilrndr which tile Slatea was rescued from irlii
rule and re-ostabllshed i i tIhe iexrctire of its
coinstitutional rights. He said, itn referrirng to
the part he tuook in making that platfornr,
ihe simply stated a fact as an evide~nce of
the charac'tr of his Derrocracv. It was not
with a view to putting In any claim a.s one of
the saviors of the Stite. lie thought the
State neiedod a good deal of saving ye.t. What
he said was strictly true, nor dloen Mr. ilill
successfully gainsay It. What he says about.
his preslding over an organizartioin inl I)De.nm
ber, 1567, in Macon, may be true, but. that or
ganization was not )emocrratlc. 'The party
there forlmd was characterizedl as "the Con
s.rvative party of Georgia"--not )Derocrrtit .
Urrinder the platform of irlnciples therein an
nrllnceld no victory in Georgla was ever
achfieved. It is true, Mr. IIllI says (enir. (Gor
iidoni was triumllplhanrtly electeid iiGoverrnor, bullt
sormehow hirs niamne does not apperiear in his
t ory as one of the Grovernors or Gieorgia.
''hose boast5 of triumphs of Mr. IBill are.
ulnderir his platformn arrd organizi tion, very
niucih like the announiced victories arrd pris
oners captured by Geni. Poipe at C(orinith, aisuit,
which Mr. Lirncoln indlulgelf in one of hiits lmost
apt anlf charat(.lise ic anedItelltbs. Now, hfi
(Mr. Stephens) simply statird a fact its evi
donie f tftre purity and character oif iIs it)
inlerracey, and he rmaintarine.I it, asif ha truth of
history. Mr. Hill never indorsed that platform
as 'Mr. Stephens ever heard, but, just before'
thre eleition he (Mr. llill)carue out in a strorif
appeal to te t peopile of (Ge nrgia., ill which
he utter) ly repnlriattil tihe plrinciples of
that platform, and placedl himself enrrtirely
outtside tile I)Democratic ranks. This wis il
the early Ipart of lDeceeiiter, 15711; tihe thrii
dlavys electtilns crerrnrirrllcid on thel twentieth of
that ul ni.iith, and it was dluring tinise three
dlays (Georgiait w ias in travail fori hetir rIderrp
tion, Iiand it wais before tlh result of tlihe agorll
was knollwn thiat Mr. HIill, rin a pullblic speech
in Atlanta, procltairted tihat "if tie ver was It
iiDemocrati,'r, he didn't go to be." [Applause an i
laughter.) That was, perha'IIps, as trll anl ut
ternlelr its ever calntl firorn it.iii. A strlange
gi ul-l.irthier, hoiwever, wais such an one folr a
Derrlocratic organizationl. [lliriughtcr.)
---~e ---
The use of poisons for the protection of
gr'owing crops against their cinllrnni llrlmy,
the fly anil beetle, has btecotme so frel'iquent
that fiLrlli.ers lare apt to forget tilhe properties
of tihe article they are han(dling, and serrious
resullts often follow its ca.reless use. Frori
malny places we hear of large nrrmbers of
feathetred beauties dying from thle eating of
the potato vine upon which Paris green has
been dusted. Quail, orioles and robins suffer
severely in this way. Dead fish are found
floating upon the surface after eating tilhe
bugs washed into the ponds and streams. A
menlanchroly incildent is the death of a Iromis
ing girl In U(tnniecticut from eatrig currants
on which Paris green had blown from a potato
field.
The San Antonio authorities are taking
steps toward the identification of the graves
of the heroes of the Altino. Thie Galveston
News says Col. King will also attempt to save
what remains of the ashes of the heroes of
tihe Alamo. In 1837, a year after the massa
cre, Capt. Juan Seguin hadi the charred and
mutilated relics gathered together and placed
in a large box, the names of the victims be
ing inscribed on the inside of the lid. The
box was interred at a triangular piece of land
a few hundred yards from the Alamo. Col.
King is sanguine of discovering this very box,
which will be guarded from further neglect
and desecration.
We were last night sent a specimen of the
worm which is now found in the cottom fields
in this vicinity, and we are reluctantly coln
pelled to believe that it is the genuine cotton
pest. The worms sent to us are from the
Horme plantation of Mr. Oliver Wilds, and
with therm was a cocoon, which is certainly
that of the Simon pure cotton caterpillar.
We fear that the chances are in favor of the
early destruction of the cotton crop.-[Natchez
Democrat.
WANTED.
TO BUY CITY SCRIP, POLICE SCRIP,
- AND -
ALL KINDS OF CITY INDEBTEDNESS.
W. H. BARNETT. Broker.
38 St. Charles street opposite St. Charles
wrtl _ mv17 iv ur
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. SIMEON'S SCHOOL
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIB PATRONS
and friends that, after having made some
repairs and improvements in their buildings
they are prepared to receive a few young lads
boarders. As only a limited number can be ac
commodated. applilcations should be made as
early as possible. The Boarding School will
o enon tho d of January 1878. For terms, ap
plication can be made at ft' l1meon's School
i Anunolation street. 4dea.tf
DIED.
CHALARON-July I1, 1,78. James Chalaron,
aged 36 years.
The friends and acquaintances are respectful
ly requested to attend his funeral, which
will take place This (We+dna lay) Evening, at 5
o'clock, from 81 Prytania street.
Now York and Norfolk (Va.) papers please
coDy.
FOLTIER- On Tuewlnsy evening at 7( o'cloek
n. m,. Rv Srephen Foltler, foundlr and pas
tor of ht. Vluctnt do Paul's Church. Third Dls
trict.
A gantleman of groa'or energy, a priest of
more devotedn, es coul1 hardly be found.
The friends of Rev. Father Foltlnr are legion
All are respr'ctfully Invited to the solemn fu.
e oral servi'e which will take place TIllS (Wed
nesday) EVENING at r,l o',loek.
TIlE CLERGY OF TilE DIO01ESE.
1 WACONS I CANE CARTS? ISPOKES
H. N. SORIA,
18 and 20 Union and 15 and 17 Perdido
streets.
Sole Agent for the telebrated "STUDEBA.
)f KEB" WAGONS, CARTS and SPRING WORE
i of all kinds and sli1e.
Il Dealer in Philadelohla and Western Cane
Wagons, Carts and Drays; Timber Wheels;
Wheelbarrows of all descrilptons; Spokes, Fel
lees. Hubs. Shafts, etc.; Wheelwright material.
Orders promptly filled. All work warranted
BOI)LEY BROTIIERS,
111 and 129..common street..12land 129
Between St. Charles and City Hotels.
FARM AND PLANTATION WAGONS.
I (Jane Carts, itgnases Carts, nmall Carts of all
A dzoe. Timber Wheels. WheIlharrows, Spokes,.
Pllooes. Shafts. Wagon Material. Axle Grease.
ete.
IThis is the oldest and largest w aon establish
metnt in the Hout h. manufacturlng their own
work and guaranteelng everything they sell.
s fe(l yd
I)ISEASES OF TIlE EYE AND EAR.
DR. C. BEARD,
OCULIST AND AURIST,
142 ...... .......Canal wtreet............ 142
ti IHours from 9::) to 3:30
je23 tm2dp
PARISI EXIE(I'TIVE ('OM MITTEE.
' The Parish Doemocratic Execntive, Commlttee
will meet on TIIUISI)AY EVENING, eight
Senth. at B; o'clok. in Oil I Fillows' Hall, to re
il vve thie report of the commitoee on eredron
'1 ls. The commiltto will meet In executive
session, to which the colt stlnts from the See
t and, Fifth and F' urteenth Wards are invited,
and lso the rreporters of the 'aily pre ss. Non,
others will be admitted. Members will be
o.untual.
F. R. S')UTHMAYD.
I'rsld-nt. pro ttem.
A. J.. Krt't .v, i4 riteiry. Pri t.'m. jvt7 2t
ANCIIOR !
The "ANCHOR BRAND" of
EXPORT LAGER BEER,
wnrranted to kiop In any climate, and espe
'illy adapted to family use and for extort. A
amo-t dn.igrnlful bummer beverage. Bittled In
,luarts anld pDuts.
AMOS PATTEN & CO..
33 Tcholupltonlas street,
jy12 21D tf SHole Proprletors.
PAPER IIANGIN(.S
-AND
WINDOW SHADES.
We have in stoc·k all the NEWEST STYLES
AND I'ATTEIINS. and employ a lageo fore of
exporiencod workmen. I'l.,i'es to ullt the times.
F. NIWIIALL,
jvl4 rm2IDp 40 Camp street.
ENGINEERS TAKE NOTICE.
THE GREATEST
DISCOVERY OF TIlE AGE.
CAº S E Y'S
BELT
- AND -
OIL COMPOUND,
TO PREVENT BELTS FROM SLIPPING,
No Friction. No Tearing.
25 Per Cent Gained in Power.
50 Per Cent Saved in Wear.
No estahlishment where Bolting Is used
Can Afford to be Without It.
1% NOW BEING (JMED 1T :
E. J. GAY & CO.. C. H. ALLEN.
J. FOERSTER MARGAItET'S Bakery
J. J. WICKERfLING. IENRY & DUNN.
A. MARTIN, HENRY OTIS,
P. J. FLANAGHAN, L'HOTE & CO.
LA. RICE MILLS, HTAR GINNEAY.
A. A. MAGINNIS'S SONS.
Liberal discount to the trade. For sale by
I. L. LYONS,
CORNER OF CAMP AND GRAVIER,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer,
nets 17
BOVINE VACCINE VIRUS,
Beceived daily by
L L. LYONS.
Corner Camp and Gravier streets,
nols'ly
Washington Avenue Drug Store,
Corner Magazine and Washington sts.
NEW ORLEANS.
Constantly receivna fresh suDoplies of pure
Drugs, Medicines. Chemrnicals. Patent Medictnes,
Combs of all klnds., Brushes, Soalps. Perfumery,
Toilet and Fmcv Articles, etc., sold at small
margia. Coral Tooth Paste, recommenided by
All wue use it as a very superior dentrlfle. It
beautifloe the teeth to a fine pearl-lik, orna
mentand ravishing beauty. Alcallno Bouquoet
Powder for beautlfylng and preserving the
skin. The bst thing for prickly heat and all
summer eruptions. Prescriptions put utt night
and day. R. J. MAINE1RA, M. D..
Druggist. Pharmaceutlst and Practical Chemist.
ATTENTION
IF YOU WANT GOOD. SUBSTANTIAL
--00 TO
A. ENCWINCER,
No. s7 MAGAZINE STREET.
Here will be found a full assortment of
Trunks, Traveling Bags and Valises, all at low
prices. Also, trunks made to order and re
palred. any am eod 5thp
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY.
FOURTH SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER
1.' 1878. and closes June 1, 1879.
TUITION AND OTHER FEES.
Literary and S:ientific Department.......... $s
Law ................................... 100
MIdlcine..... .... ........................... s
Theology.............. ................. 5
Board and lodging, Der month.......... $16 s to 20
Cost of Grounde, Building and Apara'us.
5100.000. Permnanent Endowment. 600,r0oo. PIo.
tesseors, 27: Aslsstarn' Instrators, 8 Students -
lIat year 405. revrs u.ntlng nineteen States.
For oCatalogues, tdlr-ss
L. C. GARBLAND, Chancellor.
i9 2tawrw Wet N-shvl.e, Tean
SPECGIL IOTICEBI
Omlne hitef RFnlneer Fire Department,
New Orleans, July 17. 1878-The oflfiers and
members of the Fir l)Department are hereby re
que- ted to u-asemhle in fuli uniform at the en
glnn'. h'use of C lumria Fire C ,imoray No 5.
WEI)NEnDAY, July 17. at ii o'clock a. m., to oar
the litt sad iribu'e of re- poet to our di-eoased
hbother members JOHEPII W HAHTN.TTand
M. H. D. LEHIt. who sacriileed their lives in
the nctive dlechtrgo of their duty at the late fire
oil the morn,,1g of 'hen sxt-.enth instant.
jvl7 It THItr. O'CONNOIi. Ch',t Fi.nvineer.
omfle oI tc n mew orlcanr inl.urance Com
vany-New Orleans.n u i 11. 187x---At a meeting
of tIlh Board of DLI rectors ',f this cIompany. held
this day, it wis remted to pay on demand the
stml annual Int rest diviuien-I of FIVE PER
CENT on tha raoliali stock to the stockholders
or their legal representatilvsv.
iv lls1t .1 W HT\.CKM, iecretary.
Notice-New Orleans, July 13:, ni78-I
have eapolnted my huiband. It. l[ousah, my
agont to conduct and carry on business at No.
74 Htt. (:harles street on my naotiont.
jvl4 iStWe JE \ NNETTE IOTTMIAH._
No.lre--Ollre People'. Ililurlclce Co.nl-i
any. N,. in (C iroinloblt utro, t- New Orl.ans.
lily 13. 1l781- The annual election forr T)iri.it. ,rs
of this o,rnmanr will be I II on TUESDAY,
Jllly 23 nrxt. b,i' wion the hor s (if Il a . i andl
2 p. rin., at the ottl.o ~f l h o , o,,,lany.
1iYt ti P. M. HCIINEI).AU, Merotwrry.
No'ice-4- 1 persona to whom flarlin
Launne is Ind, ht-d for money or anylhlng
.1-e. are rii.etedl to present their bills andI
clrims to It Kig Cuilt irr, E i . attorn-y at law.
(71 Canal stret, L' rlor t. thl I went v-l lfth day( of
uitl. 11874. No elaimn wIll be recoguiz'd after
that diati,. iv9 td
Offlee of New orlenn it:lly Railroad
('Ollilany. No. 121 Cianal street, Now Orlenne.
July 6, 1871-On and afteor Hunday. July
7. 187, . rllud t ip ti'lt.ts to ant from the Now
Ilatk Endl will tie ioldl by lth, starter at the In
trs·t,'toll or Cit.nal and (Ctrondriot itreela. for
FIF'IEE.N CEN I'S. Passengers failling to pro
vidn th.ui.elvs wIht tickets will be charged ira
follows: Five cenlt. to or from the city iand
.mirrtorIes: flvei ce.nts 0 or from the i.'emnteries
at d LUko t nd, or any portion of aid (ldistiances.
Jyi lan C. C. LEWIn. Hecrtary.
BANK NOTICES.
New Orleans National Rank, New Or
loans, Junro 21. 111741-At. a mllting of ther oard
7f lraetors hoel t ,his day a dltldend of FOUR
PER CENT wv J ls Illtret. pItyable on anld after
1'nlalny, July 1. 17.H to all 'o,kliholdors who
have paid the .Pse ALnomlint cll.el for.h n.i 9,
1174. WM. PALFRIEY. Cashier.
J'22 1m
CANDIDATES.
For State Treasurer,
JUST COMES, of Ascension.
tublject to the dolecison of the Democratic Con
vonti 'n of BIton It',anie. jy17
WITUATIONS W 4 NTED-F-R3ALII.,
Cnoks. Nurs.e. Chamnerlalds, gte.
TANTED-- A SITUATION AH COOK,
S waursher and Ir.-n r. by a white w-man.
1I-st city r fereunces if required. C(all at No. 120
i ,rracks street. 1yl7 2t
TANTED-BY A WHITE WOMAN. EM.
ploym-rnt by the day to wash and Iron or
do house work. Cn cook. Is willi, g to do any
Swork hi can to help san port h" rself and anm
ily. Please address HAASHHEIRWOMAN.
p 17 3t
W ANTED -A SITUATION. BY A REISPECT
ahNn whbit woman, to cook or as-ist in
houeowork. Can giv, host of city references.
SApply at the ])emocrat office, K. D. jvit :3t
Dre.amakerM and S4eamMtresses.
WTTANTED--IIY A FIRs'T-C1.ASS CUTTER
d and fitter, a position. Will work by the
day orwncek. Is willing to do f tmily sewing
f Atilrrts IItESSMAKER, No. 44 VIliere street.
bttwi-, n Binyv 11l, tan Custoinhouse. jyl5 it
SIT'IATIONM WANTED--MALES.
TWTANTED--iBY A YOUNG MAN. A STTUA
V tion as foreman on a sugar farm Ad
dre.i s ,T I.. this oflie. v17 3r
HOUNEN WAN CED.
TLTANTED-A O001) PAYIVG TENANT
Y wi-hti's to secure'o a snr:all housli within
wiilklintg ilitarn of the bsines.uis portion of
(C:itil srri.t. by the first of SHM iottrnttr next.
Rent nmust bit moderate. Address J. D., his
ofllli. 1i26G tf
W ANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE WITH
flyvc rooms, in the Fourth District. Rent
rnoft nit ih t0 over $15 iper mointh. Address G. W.
.. I),Democrat offi.e. my24 if
SIimI;EA ,A I, A .O IJS.
It ANTED--IBY AN EXPERIENCED TYPE
twrilr, wi ,n tin, i is ti own from r to 9
o'.look. ,m iloyrnir nt : anvwririg cap.tilty of fort y
to sixty worids ier rtintil 1-t of references
givin. Aud tress TYPE WRITER, this offlce.
$L1 f-,) FOIL PIANO TUNING--BEST WORK
S* tao Magazine. D. LEECH, Boiree
Pe!anliat. ivs 1y
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE LOUIsIANA LAND RECt.AMATION CO. I
Now Orleanlis. June Is. 178. I
})ROPOSALR WILL BE RErCEIVED FOh
Ithe oonetrue tol of ic.ves and excivatlon
oif ntitHls on the lanihds of this tcompany in the
I larish,.s of St. Mary andt Terrebonne. in ac
ioridan. ,vlith sPontill eatlrons of the engineIers
Iutil TIIUIRSDAY. July lH at 12 o'clock m., 1878.
The comp yany reserves the right to rojict any
or tll bhlts. Address, for particulars, postofflce
box No 976.
jits td E T. LECHE. RSecrtary.
OOPARTNERSHIP8.
I)ISSOLUTION OF P4RTNER HII'-TFIE
p artnership he~'rtofore fxi-t.ing under the
nane andi style of FISHElR & WOOD. at Baton
Ro,)Ige La.. anrd co)mntosed of the undersigned,
was dis- Iveid by mutual consent on the thir
teenth in-tnt. The entire aesets of the firm
now belong to JOHN A. WOOD A SON. who
are also authorized to collect. moneys due said
firm and receipt for the same(; and the said
JOlIN A. W 1O1) 4')N have astumed all the
libilitis of saidt firm and will continue the
coal business at Baton ohog e.
JOHN D. FISHER.
jy17 aL* JOH 4 A. WOUD & SON.
REFERRING TO THE CARD OF DISSOLU.
tion of the co-partnershDp of FISHER &
WOOD, of Baton Rouge. La. I respectfully beg
to inform my frien,'s that I have connected my
self with Me-srs. COYLE, WILMOT & CO.. at
th ir Baton Rouge coal yard, where I will be
gla- t, supply steamboats and others with coal
as usual. JOHN D. FISHER.
La't of Fisher & Wood.
New Orleans. July 16. I178. jy17 it
COPARTNERSHIP- - HAVE THIS DAY
adm'tted Mr. BERNARD KLOI Z as a part
ner In my Bakery. The buinriess will be eon
ducted In the name of MARGARET HAUGH
ERY &CO. MARGARET HAUGHERY,
jyl 30t Nos 74 76 and 78 Peters street.
fIS OLUTION - THE COPARTNERSHIP
between the on lersigned. under the style
of W. H LETCHFOttD & CO., is this day dis
solved by limitatin. H. C. Boucher has sold
his entire interest in the assets of said firm to
W. H Letchford, who assumes all liabilities,
and will continue the business in his own name
and for his own account.
W. H. LETCHFORD.
H. 0. BOUCHER.
New Orleans. June 29. 1878. je30 Im
REAL RUSSIBAN CRASH.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE
- OF -
TIIE ABOVE GOODS,
WITH AN ASSORTHMENT OF
Bath and other Towels.
ID. H. IIOLMIES,
165 Canal and 15 Bourbon Sts.
0028 17
---- -- - L- m mmm
AMUSEMENTS.
ST. CHARLES THEATRE.
TREMENDOTTR 8IUCCE'8 OF THE GREAT
E'T DISCOVEtIY OF THE AGE.
EDVm,.A'g MPIEKIlG PHONOGRAPPH,
THE MARVELOUS TALKING MACHINE.
The most wonderful Invention of the aEe.
Talks, lauhs, isings, whistlen, crowd, Cackles,
shouts. cries, bars, grow.s, otc.
"By sp eelal r'quest. Mr. R. T. Morey han non
sentedto remain tour lays more.
TWO IERFOIRMANCES DAILY.
From 12 to 2 p. m. and from s to 10 p. m.
Admi-slon So e.utq. Children 25 cants. 1.17
XCUtliI<ON ..... ........ EXCURSION.
OH! FOR THE GULF.
ETXCI TIti ION
BY THE
U. D. TERILEBONNE. Master.
Will leave Now Orloanq on 'I'TTRHDAY. J.uly
15. at :1 p. m. Leave Donail ,nvillo on FR[
DAY,. July 19, at 4 a. in. Leave Tnibodaux same
ltay at 12 o'cl,"k m, arriving at the wsa shore
it fore dark. Will raemain at. the se shor l ntil
.'nel.a.y morning, giving prlea-1re Hnkers
Ibhr,. dtys for enjoyment, Ilue bathing and
Itchlrig.
As only a Ilmitef, number of pa.uangner will
be taken. those wishing to go will p'ilase make
engageiments.
F \RE FOR ROUND TRIP.
From New Orlean..... $
From l)onalt rville...... ...... ...
From BI.yr n Lafourcho ............ .
The steamr Evlna will conneot at the mCoth
of the bayou ad tak as ti Callou
I[land free of charge. jyr5 1t
] ~ ~ ~ ~ l~ ............
FOR RENT.
rJoI RENT--DWELLING NO. 15g; ANNUNCIA
Ston 1 troret. Will be pDlnto I and ri.nalrr
for agood tenant. HUGH W. MONTOOME RY
1 0 Common, t scit. Recond fl, or. jvlt tf
FOR RENT I'-OPOU ALH FOR THE LEAMH
of the large pDaturo in the rear of thl
Hlaughter-Hl,,iise. on the right bank of the MIs
Ilaslipi river, below tho. ,, t of tho Now Or
lebns, O.eloulsls and Great Western r llload
bnllvded by Hlond '. Ev-lina and Brinnagi
't rents and .1 BI Ollvier's tlanntation. will be ro
ie'ived at the offl', of thr Crescent City Liv
Stock landing arid Slauighter- Holse C mpany
No. 20 Caroiudeolt streot. np to July 20 1878.
J. N. AUGUI'rlN,
1v13 t20 Ntcretnrv.
()R RENT- POISE,-SION GIVEN ON OC
' tober 1 next, the large promises No.94 (Carn
street. now oceuplod by the New Orleans RrH
publlican PIrintilng Compnany. Apply to F
STIr[ \UGE, No. lt;s Canal otre.:t. jv9 tf
I FOR RENT-PO-HESSION GIVEN ON TAI
' flrst f Soputt.ti,r next The well known
Bier Saloon No. 151 Common street., between St
Charles and Carond,,let streets, occupied fo
marty years by Mr. Kront.
Also. store No. 131 Canal street, between St
Charles anl Carondelet streets.
Apply to A. F. WEBER,
1Y3 20n 13 ;anal street.
FOR BALE.
F 'OR SALE-THE CROP OF ORANGES 0O
1I Oranar Farm., prish P'laquomines. Apil
to H A. HORINE. 45 Baronne streot. j714 Iw'
FOR S.Lie',-FOUR OF L4FFERTY'H PAT
Sront Cntrifgal Ma hinues with Mixer an
Elevator complete and ready to lbeset up. Will
be sold a bargain. Aprly to,
JOHN PASTORIUS.
No. 35 Natchez straeet.
jv9lm P 0 R0,x Na.l tw.
LOST.
NTOLEN-FIROM 192 BARONNE STREET
ka valise containing notes,. private lettera
and papers, and a couple of photographs. Th
guilty panrt is reiuiisteid t'o return tha saLm
ond no rltestlonis asked. to JOHN MUltPHY. 19
Baronne t reet. j\4
At Cost! At Cost
ON A('.OUNT OF REMOVAL.
WV. '. SIlEI5A I I. i'.
T
On account of the fragile nature and expense
of moving our large stock of
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS
- AND -
h!OUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
We are determined to SELL AT COST until
the first of October.
We invite all in need of our warps to call and
see our varied stock before purchasing else
where.
W. C. SIIEPARD & CO.
jy13 5thp tf
Kenmore University High School,
Near Amherst Court-House, Va.
H A. STRODE (MATH. MEDALIST, UNI
v v.rsity of Virgini.,). Princinal and In
structor in Mathematics H. . . BROCK. B. Lit.,
University or Vi ginia (recentr' A-sistant In
structr of Latin, University of Virgintl ). Asso
elate Instructor. This school is strictli pro
paratory to the University of Virginia. For
catalogue' address H. A. STRODE. Terms for
half sesnion-Board and Tuition, $125. hossion
begins September 12.
TESTIMONIAL:
The success which the KENMOP.E HIGH
SCHOOL has achieved in the prepDaraion and
training of its Dupils who have entered the
Unlverity of Virginia has fully justiflid the
recommendatlons of this exceelloet d.chool to the
public at its heginning. I regard it as a very
successlul educational foundation.
C. S. VENABLE.
jyl4 2m eod Prof. Mathematlic. U. Va.
STATE LICENSES FOR 1878.
TAx COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. SECOND DISTRICT,
'No. 47 Ct. L 'uis street.
New Orleans. July 3. 1878.
I hereby give notice to all parties indebted to
the State for licenses of 1878 to call at once at
my office and settle the same, in order to avoid
seizure and costs. P. L BOUNY.
_4 Stata Tax Collector Scond District.
DR. CHARLES LANAUX,
DENTIST,
Office-No. 82 Ro)al ntreet,
Between Conti and St. Louis streets.
myli I n 2dp
DRYI GOODS
ALMOST FOR NOTIIINO I
NO U11J(1II PRIICE=F
EVER KNOWN IN
NEWY OBLTEANS.
As WAs aro about to take our annual inventory
wo will ofier
DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS
our entire stock, at prices the like of whirch wa
noevr known in New Orleans. end ask our ladi
frlnds to call and confirm us in this statemeon
Victoria L % WNH4 formerlsold at 10oc, reduO
to ;, at DIANZIGEIt'H.
Victoria LAWNS, f.rmnrly sold at 12-no. ro
duowd to oe, at JDANZIGERtMH.
Satin Stripnd Victoria LA WNR. f.rmerly sold
at 15e. reduced to ac. at DANZiGElt'N.
Bishop LAWNH. formerly sold at 20,. redueed
to 1e0 at I)ANZIGEIt'8.
Bishop LAWN N, formerly sold atn,. reduced
to 12~c, at DANZIGER'8,.
We advise the ladies to call at onoe, aswe
have only a limited quantity of theoegoods and
will be sold out in a very short time
Although we advertise only the pries or our
cheLpest goodt, we beg to notify you that all our
tlrst-,.lass goods are also being offered at re
duced pricos.
CALICOES AND COTTONS
ALMOST FOR NOTHING,
Best CALICOES at 4. 43 and 5r a yard.
Londtleo FVinished (OOTTON8 at 70 a yard.
Good White and Brown COTTONS at se a
yard.
2, yard widn SHIIETINGS nt 15c a yard.
PILLOW CASINGS at 12;cr a yard.
DRESS GOODS
ALMOST FOR NOTHING.
Pretty LINEN LAWNS at 6 and 7c, worth 14
and 15c.
Yard wide LA WNS at 7e, worth 12~e.
Beautiful yard wide LAWNS at 1ic2, worth
25c.
Traveling LINENS at to and 124e.
White LINE N LAWhtat tIe,. rduced from ..
Our stock of I)ress Goods. a though late in the
season, will be found oomplete and wurthy your
attention.
SILKS
ALMOST FOR NOTHING.
Black RILKS, yard wide. for Grenadine UIs
ings. at 35O a y'ard.
Black SIIKS (ture Silk) at 65c a yard.
Extra rquallties att a7 and St.
Fan"y SILKS at 50, 62 and 75c, former pri..
$1 and $1 25.
GREAL EFT BARGAINS EVER OF
FERID IN EMBROIDERIEg.
We respectfully call your attention to the fast
that you can find at our FANCY GOOD8 otna
ter a oomplete assortment of
SPlain and Colored Jaconet E5IBROIDRRIE..
Real and Imitation Valencelnnes LACES.
RIeal and Imitation Appllque LACES,
Real and Imitation Dubhesse LAOad.
R-al and Imitation SBmrna LACER,
And ALL KINDS of Embroideries. Trim
mings, Fringes, Buttons, etc.
ALL OUR CORSETS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
............ . . . ... .. ... .. ............. ..... .. . .
We have this department continually replen
ished with the best goods at the ,lwest prices.
and have all styles and all prices, from So ua
to E5,
to $.PETAL IIARHAINS IN CORSETS.
French CORSETS, worth $2 ro. reduced tos
BOBBINET BARs
ALMOST FOR NOTHING.
As we have about 2000 Dieces on hand, we am.
determined to close them out and have marked
thern at most attractiv, iy low prices.
Extra size and extra good qualities
What we so (I at $2 rednucead to $1 to.
What we sold at 52 50 reduced to St 7T,
What we sold at at reduced to $S.
What we sold at $4 reduced to $V 75~
And all others in provortion.
ALL THE LADIES' UNDERWEAR
MANUJFACTURE.D BY UM.
Our stock of LADIES' UNDE:WEAR is so
well assortetd and fresh that we take pleasure
in calling your attention to it.
Those goods are made to tuit the taste of the
New Orleans ladies. We guarantee goods and
prices.
SLOWEST PRICEI EVER lNOuWN
S FOR PARAWOLA.
CLOSING OUT SALEL
PARASOLS redueed from i3 to st
PARASOLS reduced from St to St.
157...........Canal street...........l1
(Between Bourbon and Dauhlne.j
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE OF TIE SEASgI.
We beg to Inform you that we have closed u
onr branch store, and shtall transact all our
business at
OUB CANAL STPREET ESTABLISHMENT,
DRY GOODS
ALMOST FOR N.OTHIpG
-AT
DANZIGER'S,
157 Canal st., bet. Bourbon and Danpha.,
Partientar and prompt attention paid by one
of the fi.m to coun'ry orders. Letters and
orders answered an' filled on the day received.
Sam-dle and prlice lists sent free to all oarts o
ihe conntry. All goes not suiting may bere
L rned to us at our expense. and money waill he
refunded. Address
THEO. DANZIGER'S rONS,
i77 tsel NEW OBLEAlS, LA.
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