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Cal1e .d*a of ,aeusl Sal. ef e at ate, Sdcit-oc UA, iT. VcA*L A.U.x sZraWLN Ludr lay i B-sl-tea sclorner dt f S r a two-e store frame oweling. The br treet y iW frt and .12e narden, No. 2bTeato "rh- ins" cotton ptres plOPOerty a very valuable and contliglous bat scaares ulioonlnn the upper limits ,. te Nreeat Orleans. St.Louis and wning French cottage reeldenne. n, for n. the s~ornwet corner of IanI ids tad Cliborne strreets. T e n. ..ao. 172 ranlin, between fldere an ette Atroots. df partort.oiud ll Ou .see omnsal and S vertiemoent and Dian at the e Auctioneer, 41 vamp sreet. ~ tns 41 nm m- n nn uno =2E KEMPER MLASACBEK -, Ans Ifadsated and Murdereous ob. U obur Peess Killed and Others Wounded. t(eridal Mercury, May 2,] On the evening of the 26th inst., Mr. John W. Gully was assassinated on the road near his home. Mr. Gully had ti been Is town and was returning home i about twlhght,when within half a mile of his house, was shot by an assassin t on the rdside; the shot took effect in the .nk kilitag him instantly. The report of the gun was heard at his ouseL tandhe. not coming immediately caused his son and a. friend, who hap pened to be at the house, to walk up the t road in the direction of the town, when they found the body of Mr. Gully life .less in the road. The assassin had taken his (Mr. Gully's) hat, boots and A pocketbook ; no clue could be had as to lor their whereabouts. Mr. Gally's body was on Saturday, the 28th, buried t . t ti.dfmily burying ground near New r Hope church. Great feeling and ex cited was manifest at the burying. This is t nd time Gully has been shot; t he been seriously wounded last De- I knew the party who waylaid hi t d shot him last December and defem for dead gfter firing two shots ( at n, but he sealed his lips to it, and, we are informed, laid a most positive in junction upon his friends and relatives I to take no . ps whatever to avenge him I or vindkib the law. In the public [ mind, the attempt of December was fastfod upon Ben Rush, between whom there had been a deadly feud before that been the cause of A few years ago Ben Rush, ,ast streets of DeKalb, shot at John W.'Gully and killed Sam. Gully, John's brother. In turn, in that affair Ben Bush was shot down by John W. dully, and, at the time, was supposed to be 1 amotaIly 'wounded, recovering, to the t atoiskhment of even his physiolans. te date of the attempt upon t iecember, Rush has disappear ad the country, and that has fas- 1 g.llt of it in the public mind o was another conviction equally ly fixed in the public mind that and Gilmer and their clique nisant of and privy to that a attept, and the same firm conviotion is tmhened upon the public mind that wore cognizant of and privy to this t e.,a successful attempt at assassina Blast Thursday evening. A suspi- t mounting to almost a bellef exist eLLht LKush has clandestinely re e to finish, and had done his per work, in killing Gully last Thurs- c with the knowledge and conni- t of the Chisolm-Glimer clan. i Sunda rmorning the sheriff arrest, W. Jiisolm upon a warrant and under a guard in his own The crowd immediately clam 4 or him to be put in Jail, and the almost per force of public sen-i t, took him to Jail. His wife anal h and a son, almost twel'e followed him to jail and w nt m. Chisolm had on a b ace of .stole, and when the sheriff 'pro to him to leave them off lye re and insisted that he milght Sthem I self-defence, and gws per to retain them. At Cbfisolm's special request a guard was aut over him in the jail, men of his wn selec tion. It seems that there war an inside and outside guard. Ohlsolm had sent a 11lo0 .'er, a negro to Scooba, for Gilmer ~n , Rtosenbaum to come to him. Upon ib ,t- arrival in DeSalb they were b)th . , ested upon the warrant issued aga 1:, them and Bush. and others on 8 at,, day night. GiD"e is reported as i't urst bearing bia.elf with his accust; emod bold and onldent air; but an al;,, ry crowd hung arg ,4d his feath irs fell and he ma de ate atter.t~ to regain free dom by iht; he wast shot on the wing as hesrdodging bet,wein two houses and brought down, bey some person to our informlant unkno·wn. He was shot 4o death as he had shot Hal Dawson in 8ooB The other. prisoner arrested -". ..o. Rsen, baum, was taken to .y tfife o1l0 'er and lodged in it. cai,'v. rwh om the writ was also hid FL) sobeen arrested and 'logpd jail witt.out molestation by she ±Oewod. , About a in the afternoon the guard aOn the tnside of th. jail became wearied .and aked to be relieved, which request was granted as IAto a portion of them :some thr or f' tr. They set their guns •down in ' . and went out, by per mieSton, 'a , others to take their plaes, a , ng them Dr. Rosser, of dummenr : le ;ttie outside crowd seized the .ppo "rrt. of the entrance of the tsoeg. .i " ` press in behind them td.. tPU.;. e' I. It is supposed that nowing of Ithe coming at the reiit: lieved that the people bealhw pre*i'' a, up the stairway was a mob purely, t ,.; seizing a double-barrel of of c",' Q e guards left behind on - i 6out, " ,uenced firing. His first -hot took r ,., upon his twelve year -od ., xi.. appened to get in the W Y ' t, v, .:ng him instantly. We 0t0ih1a' b e ted that to be a fact on kondaoywn tor .,g, before which it was not known jboi s)r by whom the boy was killed. .E'na next shot was fired with deli e and spattered out the brains O"..~E, h :+ser reported as'above to be omt-,a a relief to his guards. Now a.1l rles were broke loose. The madde rd .rowd pressed up the stairway over tie dead and dying boy and man to wa vengeanoe upon Ohis olm and .pe r 'sthezs of his clique. With the desp i sleams of wife and d~ahter wh6 to Ohtisllm, hX Mloursea, eof pistols and she suptiphur there was a pandmc amitn, initthem aelves eud soar eA.e Its igi ble aosuat <ip Iai q It is said ther two prisoners, Hopper um, ran into an iron-oased San so probably escaped. But if much intent upon taking l.uld most likely have t. McClellan, a Scotch stood close up to Chisolm and who was there on ms buildlng as his friend to b I.hl.o the death, attempted to flight from the building; he 0A t down dead after he had suo in clearing the building, by some unknown person. Ohisolm is re ported shot badly through the lower bowels and in his legs. His daughter, linging to him, received a shot in the wrist, not dangerous, and his wife escaped unhurt, and it appears almost a miracle they were not both killed. The first reports of the heroict defense of the fater by the daughter, attribut ing Dr. Iser s death to her fearless pulling of the deadly trigger of a double barrel, proves to be untrue. It is re ported and believed that Mrs. Chisolm fired one or more pistol shots, but with what effect is unknown. Virgil Gully, son of Sam Gully, killed by Ben Bush as above stated, was in the melee and recelved a shot in the jaw which lodged in his mouth and he spat it out. Sev eral persons were just touched with the flying deadly bullets, and made mirac ulous escapes. Four persons were killed outright, two of them at the hands of Chisolm, namely: Ohisolm's son and Dr. Rosser, in the jail, and J. P. Gilmer and A. Mo Clellan outside. Chisolm was reported mortally wounded, but was alive on Monday evening as reported. COisolm went to Mobile a few days ago, and re turned, we think, on Thursday morn ing. A suspicion has found vocal shape that he met Ben Rush there. We are told that there are reasons for believing Ben Rush lately left his hiding-place in the West to meet Chisolm in Mobile. There is said to be evidence, its trust worthiness perhaps needing to be established, to Chisolm's complicity in the murder. It is even said, a purse was made up to procure Gully's assassina tion, and a spy has been kept in Gully's employment, hired by the conspirators. All this may come out some time. W. W. Chisolm was shot a number of times; his body was taken by some of the citizens and carried to his home, where he has been under the care of physlolans since. He is reported to be in a dying condition, and no hope is en tertained for his recovery. At this writ ing he is sinking fast. All now is ap parently quiet. The excited and in furiated people seemed determined to avenge the murder of Mr. John W. Gully, who was one of the leading c zens of the county, a man of grea fluence, and whose position was prominent before the people. An tempt was made on the 19th of Decem ber last, 1878, to assassinate him on the roadside, which failed; he then received a severe wound. THE REDSKINS. o How they supply Themselves with Am. tt munitten. r( [COhiago Times.] tt Font PFrC, Montana Territory April 12.-At present there are no hostiles in this vicinity. An Indian of to isqency r has just returned from Woo..noun tain, where he has been sojourng for B some time. He reports tba te Unopa pas. who left the Yello stone last De- b cember, are at the north end of Woody , Mountain in the British possessions, a about sixty-.five mil s, a little west of north of Fort Buford, where they have b beeh since Deoem r or the early part a of January; that the buffalo have been t plenty, and the.h these hostiles have been busy killing the buffalo and trad the robes ifo ammunition; that they are accumulating a large quantity; and " that there Prre three traders there, from a whom the 'hostiles can buy all the am munition/ they can pay for. Here these A Indians are buying openly, within two I days' riarch of the most important mill tary p bst on the Upper Missouri, am munl!tion for their spring campaign. LORRAINE. 7'he French Legltimists to Buy it for r the Count de Chanmbrd. [N. Y. World.] The French Legitimists are circulat ing a subscription paper for the purpose of securing $80,000,000, with which they propose to buy Lorraine from Germany, for the pretender, the Comte de Cham- r bord, who is to present the province to t France when he gets on the throne. i This is a shrewd dodge of the Legiti mists to secure popular favor for .their candidate, but if France makes any change in 1880, she will probably prefer the young Prince Imperial to Cham bord, whose pretensions to the throne t have failed to enlist any popular sym- . pathy hitherto. And then, Germany is not likely to sell Lorraine for $80, L000,000. TURKEY IN AMERICA. No Fear of the Russian Fleet Here. F [N. Y. Tribune.] Mr. Sherer, the Turkish Consul in this city, said yesterday that dealers in all kinds of supplies called daily upon him asking for contracts tosupply the Turk o ish government, but he had as yet re ct eived no authority to purchase any thing. The arms manufactured at Pd rovidence for his government were o contracted for at Constantinople. When asked if he thought there was danger of the capture of the arms by any Rus sian men-of-war, Mr. Sherer said that he had not heard of any Russian cruis ers in the Atlantic, and he did not think d that the Russian fleet now here had Ssuch intentions. The vessels that car t ed the arms were fast sailers, and at Gibraltar they would be met by a Turk is sh convoy. Large numbers of Hunga rians and Poles he said, came to his office and asked to be taken into the ,f Turkish army. That the Hungarians d should be the enemies of Russia he e could understand, but a large number of the Poles who applied were from ,t Austria. He was not authorized to en list or transport any men. Neither the Turkish Minister nor himself had re ceived any instructions to purchase the iron-clad Stevens Battery. n - THE STEVEN BATTERY. *r It Is Sali te Have Been Purchased by Russia. [St. Louis Republican.1 is The famous Stevens battery, which Ls was begun before the war by Mr. Ed h win A. Stevens, of Hoboken, and in Le tended to be the most formidable en re gine of warfare on the waters, is said to hbve been bought last week by agents e. of the Busalan government. The price t reported to hd is $1,000,000, y wh the beieved to have - Rte s e $3,000,00 . Mr. . inslnt to present it to the id State of New y, but that fproposl f. tion being found impraocasble and the sUtnited l.istadeeinto to iake the a monster off the hands of his exeoutors a- after his death it is a good bargain for I the estate it iussia has really bought 14 the battery., . . . NES N MAIL. AN $DIAA ELECTION. A Use Would at Last for Tramps and q Vagrants. (Ohiobgo Time..] LA PonTh Ind., May 1.--The city eleo tion held were to-day was hotly con tested. Tie main fight seemed to bain the First Yard. Mauy of; the ty men of thL city slept over night in t First Wari for the purpose pof votiilt there. Repeating was successfully at tempted it several of the wards. Last night a lumber of negroes came in on the 8 o'clck passenger train train from the Wes, and many of the farmers from the country, to stay over night, and thug secure a vote. The empty box cars, depot, gas-house, and tan- . neries were filled with tramps who had been prevailed on to stay over night inside the city limits, and have their e votes sworn in, which was done by both a parties. An attempt was made last P night to clear the city of the tramps c but it was useless. The candidates and leading men of both parties were op pose to the illegal voting, but it was of no avail, as the persons who swore the votes in had money up on the election, and run it to suit themselves. The re sult will not be known until to-morrow. HENPIICK~' SAN FRANCIMIOO SPEECH. A nerious Effort to be Made to Assert Tilden's Title to the Presidency. [Oorider-Journal.) WASHINGTON May 1.- The remarks attributed to dov. Hendricks by the re porter of a San Francisco journal have excited some comment here. Although robably not accurately reported, they accepted by some persons as an in ion that a serious effort is soon to be made to assert Mr. Tilden's titiq to the Presidential office by legislative and judicial proceedings. That such pro ceedings have been carefully coulid ered, discussed, and to some extent ar ranged for, is beyond doubt; but the impression obtains that a large number of Southern Democrats will discourage any effort of the kind, and that conse quently nothing will come of the pro posed line of action. I doubt ve y much whether Gov. ~lendricks would favor it. COUNTY RAIL3.A? BONDS. Interest on Wester-. County Bonds Or dered he Paid. [N. Y Worl4.] WASHINGTON, A t 30.-The various counties in Iowa, issouri and Illinois which have issudonds to aid in build ing railroads and hen defaulted the in terest, are about tm be brought up with a sharp turn and compelled to pay. The Eastern holders of this class of securi ties have uniformly won their cases in the United States Supreme Court at this term. To-day the court issued its mandate to the United States Court of Missouri, directing it to proceed forth with to collect past due interest on the bonds issued by the county of Scotland of that State to aid in the building of the Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska Rail road. The suit was brought by some of the bondholders in New York city. Hayes' Private Secretary. Hayes is going on with his work of reconciliation, and has just taken an Ir ex-Confederate soldier into the White o4 House as his private stenographer. Mr. of George A. Gustin, the appointee hqa le been private secretary of the Post master General under Cresswell, Jewell tlu and Tyner, and though an out-and-out 11 Republican now, is a southern man by birth and served in the Confederate army with honor and credit throughout the rebellion. Sprling Beettons. P The following is the result of the municipal elections held in Indiana and Wisconsin towns, May 1: Kendallsville, Indiana. carried by the Anti-Temperance party; Fort Atkinson, - Wis., Anti-Temperance; White Water Wis. unanimously Temperance; South Bend, Ind., Democratic; Goshen Ind., Democratic; Greencastle Ind., fRepub lican; Michigan City, Ind., Citizens' s ticket; Richmond, Ind., Republican; I Jeffersonville, Ind., Democratic; Law- C renceburg, Ind., Democratic. e The Fight 'Against Whiaky. [N. Y. Sun, May 1.] r In the Baptist Ministers' Conference, yesterday, Brother Lawson said that, for the Brooklyn Convention, he had been with others to Albany to see what restrictions could be laid on the liquor traffic. A memorial is to be presented - by many Baptists to the Speaker of the Assembly and to the President of the Senate. The temperance men have weight and influence in Albany, and it is believed that the Legis- d lature will not meddle with I the existing liquor law. The r Prohibitionists expect, therefore, to close two-thirds of the bars in the large cities of New York before the end of the year. The chairman of the House com mittee, into whose hands the liquor question has been put is Brother Law son said a Christian, and works for the cause of temperance. In the Methodist Ministers' meeting yesterday, Dr. Goodsell, W. G. Steele and Geo. H. Corey were appointed a committee to go to Albany and present to the Legislature the Ministers' formal resolutions against either the repeal or any modification of the excise laws of 1857, and against the enactment of any new liquor law. THE PENSION BUREAU. A Reduction to be Made in the Force. [OUininnati Enquirer.] WAsHINGTON, May 1. - The Cab inet decided to-day to make a radical change in the method of paying the army and navy pensions. At pres ent the Government supports about sixty agencies to do business at an an nual expense about equal to the pensions paid. Schurz favored reorganizing the system, having one central pension ency here, and difbursing payments Spensions through local postmasters. Other members of the Cabinet, better posted in law, called attention to the tact that the present system was created by Congress, and could hardly be set aside without its consent. It was finally decided to reduce the number of agen cies to twenty or thereabouts, located at large cities only. Three or four agen cies will be located at the South. t is y proposed to cut the force and expenses down about two-thirds. Not a Sick Man. h ST. PETERSBUBR, April 15.--A most au l- thoritative denial is given to the state - ment repeatedly made by the foreign i- press that the Emperor of Russia is d suffering from a calculous affection, and a that he intends submitting to an opera e tion, a statement which, according to ), telegrams received here, has recently a been supported by an assertion that Sir r. Henry Thompson has come to this city e to perform e operation. There is no I- foundation the report. - ,e A M aine Powder min. S [Ohgo Times.] t Three Russian offilers inspected a t. mill near Portland, Me., last ,and endeavored to purchase Improved machinery like that whioh was there in use. This they were unable = to do, but they made contraets for the A manufacture and shipment of a large quantity of powder worth $MO,000, o A letter ;Kisoheneff mentions that the Gra e uke Nicholas lately said: "Prince Bismarck has declared that wars between Russia and Turkey usually last three -years. We hall break with this trAdition. Shoultwar occur we shall take care that it shall be 5 short and decisive." Exa-rand Viziers Asked to Remain and TI a Ve their Advice. [LI Daily Telegraph.] Our Pera espondent writes that - Mehemet Ruchdi Pasha having intiL ( mated his desire to visit Meces, the Turkish journals have very generally begged his Highness to remain at Con stantinople for awhile, in order that his A, wise counsels may not be lost to the country in the crisis through which it is passing. Letters arriving from Midhat Pasha announce his intention, after visiting Spain, to go on both to Paris F and London. NEW ADVEATISEMENTS. F COW PEAS. CO W PEAS. r Choice Carolina Clay PEAP. Clay mixed and other varieties. 500 TONS COTTON BEED MEAL. For sale by A. A. GREENWOOD & CO., myr, Fr H ru Im 471 Maanzinestreet, IVALI PAPER. NEWEST STYLES JUST RECEIVED,, From the RlchL to the Cheapest. a Rosewood and Walnut parlor and bed-room Furniture, with numerous faner articles. Furniture renewed in the best manner, at 48 Royal street, mv3 2m _ HENRY IT, ESIEBIECHT, Loutstana Consols. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE ) State of Louisiana. New Orleans, May 4, 1877. Parties holding seven per cent Louisiana Consols, that may have been issued wi:hout the t seal of the State. are requested to present the same to this office before WEDNESDAY, the 9th instant, at 10 o'(lock a. m., on which day they will be submitted to the Board of Liquidation for proper examination. WILL A. STRONG, my5 td Seoretary of State. INbURANCE OIL. THE BEST FAMILY SAFETY OIL. - t THE INSUBANCE OIL is the only illuminat i5 ng oil that has the full Indorsement of all the f leading Insurance Companies of Europe and America. "The sample of Insurance Oil stands the high est test of flash and burning point of any oil ever tested for the Committee."-New York Board of Underwriters. "For illuminainng purposes the Insurance Oil is Perfectly Safe."-Now Orloans Board of Health. "f "It is our opinion that the general use of the n Insurance 011 would greatly reduce the number e of lamp fIres and explosions, and lessen the risk of destruction to life and property."-NewOr leans Board of Underwriters. i Fathers and mothers who desire the safety of their children and homes should use the it INSURANCE OIL. y Put up in best barrels and also NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS. For sale by Puroline and Portable Gas Light Co. ae 9o and 97 Gravier street. New Orleans. And by JERVEY, PETTIT & CO., Galveston, Houston and Austin, Texas. Smy3 tf "DOMESTIC." Having completed arrangements with th Domestic Sewing Machine Company for the Southern agency Of their celebrated machines, I now offer them to the public at the Lowest a Cash and Time Rates. These machines are warranted to be the light eat running, most durable, and simplest in con struction of any lock-stitch machine made. A new stock of Domestic and "Grover and Baker" machines just received. Grover and Baker Sewing Machine Depot. II. II. TRUE, No. 5 Chartres street, New Orleans. aD158m DR. MULLEN, A REGULARLY EDUCATED PHYSICIAN, Continues to give his ENTIRE ATTENTION to the treatment of venereal and private diseases. Recent cases cured in a short time. Long standing constitutional ailments are treated with unparalleled success. Spermator rhea. Semlral Weakness or Nervous Debility and Impotency, as the result of evil habits in youth or excesses, which produce some of the following effects: As emissions, blotches, de bility, despondency, dizziness, nervousness, dimness of sight, cough, constipntion.confusion of ideas, and unfitting the victim for business or marriage, are speedily cured. A physiclan who confines himself exclUsively to the treat ment of a certain class of diseases must possess great skill in that specialty. A medical Dam nhlet for two stamps. Medicines sueplied. Consultations free. Cares guaranteed. Hours: 9 a.m.to 7 p. m. Sundays from 11 a.m.tol p. m. Office No. 95 lrxchange Alley. between Bien ville and Conti streets. ap22 6m SPECIAL NOTCEBS. Notice-The Annual Neetinag of the stockholders of the LOUISIANA COTTON TIE COMPANY will be held at the office of the corn any, No. 184 Gravler streets, on MONDAY VENING, 14th May, at 7 o'clock i . m., when an election for five Directors, to serve for the en suing year, will be held. JAMI.S A. LAFITTE. Secretary. my4 5 8 10 14 Offile Crescent City Oil Company, No. 23 Union street-The first Annual Election for Nine Directors of this Company, to serve dur ing the ensuing year, will be held at this office on MONDAY. May 7, 1877, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p.. J. H. DUGGAN. Secretary and Treasurer. New Orleans April 26,1877. nap2tmv7 Notice of Electteo-The Hibernia In. surance Company of New Orleans-Conform ably to the charter, the election of Directors, to serve during the ensuing twelve months will I take place at the office of the Company No. 87 Camp street, on MONDAY. the 7th of May, be t tween the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. ap25 134 T. F. BRAGG. Secretary. For the Lake - Ofniee of New Orleans t City Railroad Company, No. 124 Canal street New Orleans, April 1, 1877.-From this date trains for the Lake will leave the city at 7 and 9 o'clock a. m., and every hour thereafter until 8 o'clock p. m. The last train will leave the LakeEnd at 9 o'clock p. m. C. C. LEWIS, Secretary. AUCTION SALES. By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery. j COTNTER, FRENCH PLATE MIRROR. GLASS WARE, PICTURE. LIQUORS. TABLES, ETC., rI Being Oonteats of Saloon No. 4 Carondelet Y Street, and sold for account of whom 0 it may concern, at Auction. BY B. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY--. M. Montgomet. Auctioneer-Will be sold on WEDNESDAY. May 16.1877. at 12 o'clock, at No. 4 Carondelet street. a The whole will be sold in block or in lots to t suit purchasers. 10 Terwa-Cael on the spot, inyl2lI 16 AMUSEMI-TS. _AoADE'IY OF ILIISIO BUOOESS OF THE SUMMER SEASON. Commonwealt L tom n POWEB d 5w nlr a Mar 4--B iefit of Mine. Fide Eve T AYI~n SO 11RPL the gareat (erma eaes. Who will appear for the first ew Orlesans in the English lan ge., presentinn tb famous Musical rta, entitled CHhIL OF TlHE ItEGI Sd te omic Drama, entitled DICK -da te.ay y-By special request, Wednesda, ?eg M.9i.-Robortson's popu lar irama, cal AI. C.T..t The LEO LA 1ST the Aerial Gymnants, and a aring areM THANKIIGIVING MATINEE-Thursday, May 10. my3 CARROLLTON GABDENS. uanday, May 6, 1017. NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT. POWER AKD REED. Academy of Music Dramatic Company and Moses & Vogle'sConeert Band. consisting of 24 Talented Musiioans. will give a Grand Entertaiament, 9ommenelin with a GRAND ENTAL CONCERT, From to p. m, to be followed by a Dram atL t the entire Company from the *ca, eomprising C0 AlD FARCE, From 8 to to p.m. conclude with a GRAND SOIREE DANSANTE, from 1to to 12. Tickets for the Entire Entertainment _Se my3 4t F Nt FUNI GOIBAT EXCITEMENT At the it Loeislana Cek Pit. Every Sunday corner Du maine and itoman ste. a Take the Dumaine street ears at the Clay Etatue. - All the Oan deleer Clubs are Invited. Fun begins at 10:30 a. m. aplo60t* WANTS. LTATIONERY AND 'MUiIC-emo MAGAZINE street. Plano Tuned for $1 50. myttf D. LEECH. WJ.ANTEI>-TO BELL A DRUG BTOBE. NO. 179 Poydras street. mys 1w* ANTED-A SITUATION AS A TEAVEL ing Agent for a Drug House. by a man a who is fa nlliar with the business, and has ex e tensive acquaintance in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. Beat New Orleans references given Address 0., Mtssisslppi Ity, Mis. mh Ty TANTED - SEOONAN-AND ARRIAGES n and Bu lee. An one having such, d wishing to dispose of the, canfl d rel y sale for them by calling on LT. .MADDU as Carondelet street. Also, a funll stook of ar rises and Buggies and a complete stock of the Japanese Ohiid's Cerrliege and Cradle, a most wonderful combination In short a full stock in everything appertalning to tfhe Carrag bausiness-all of which will be sold at reducea prices to suit the times. The community is · most cordially invited to call and examine at 6as OCa.ndelet street. mhll am L. T. MADDUXL SW ANTED- BY A BOBE D INDUB . trlous young man a sitnl as Watch mana, Porter, Salesman or Drjvingt. ~yklnd; in Lthe ountry t elred. adress w. .. Dm Socrat office. ef FOR SALE. For Sale. A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE. new and in perfoct order, will be sold very cheap. Address MACHINE. Democrat office. myl tf FOR BALE-THE DELIGHTFUL tF. dence and extensive grounds of Jdge. A. Dooley, at the corner of Washington and Pearl streets, Seventh Distrioct. (Carrollton,) about 120 feet from St. Charles street, are for sale. The grounds consist of nine lots. covered with about 1500 orange trees, (some sixty bear ing.) fig and other choice fruit trees. The im provements are nearl new-a raised cottage. with marble mantels. hall, and all convenient outbuildings for poultry. etc., etc. Inquire at 20 St.'Charles street, or on the premises, or ad dress Postoffioe. Box 2430. apt7tf FOB SALE-ONE IBRST-OLASS TICKET Jto Richmond. Va.. and two first-clss Tick. ets to St, Louis, Mo. Inquire at Ho. 19 St. Oharles street e mhs* LOST-FOUND. LOST OBMISLAID, CHECK NO. 2s. DRAWN by Herndon & Krumbhaar, on the Citizens' Bank o Louisiana to order of the Union Na tiona Bank for rHIBTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARBS dated April 2th, 1877. The publie are cautioned against taking or trading for same, aryment having been stopped. myl* S BTRA VBERRIES. Strawberries and Japan Plums. For SHIPPING FRUIT go to J. P. QUINETTE. myl st 24 Carondelet street, New Orleans. BUILDING PAPER, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. A Substitute for Plastering, AT HALF TiHE COST. . The ornamental nerves the purpose of Plan. tera, and Wallt Papd erinih.I...m making a handsome ann durable nnli.h it makes a house warmer in winter and cooler in summer. Rats, mice, and other vermin will not teach it. S Paper Oil-Cloti and Carptilln This lt finished in beautiful oil-cloth and car. pet designs, and makes an excellent covering or oors, in lieu of oil-cloth, matting, be., i and is much cheaper than either, and equally as durable, and can he cleaned with water as required. samples of thin Paper will be sent by mall to any address, on receipt of postage stamp. Address, EDWARD THOMPSON, I General Agent of Manasnctnres, N Sarease It., New orlem5e, La. FITS EPILEPSY, --oB- -on FALLING SICKNESS, PERMANENTLY CURED-NO BUMBUG-BY ONE MONTH'S USE OF DR. GOULARD'S CELE BRATED INFALLIBLE FIE POWDERS. To convince sufferers that these powders will do all we claim for them. we will send them bt ml!i, POST PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX. Ab Goulard isthe only physician who has ever nt this disease a secia study, and as to our kn edge thousands have been PERMANENR-h WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure in everv cae. or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY EXPENDEf). All sufferers should give these powders an early trial, and be convinced of their curative powers. Price. for large box, $3, or four boxes for $10, sent by mail to any part of the United States or Canadaon receiptol price, or by express C. O.D. Address, ASH & BOBBINS, see Fulton street, Brooklyn. N. Y. COT UMPTION Positivelj Cured. All sufferers from this disease who are ax'ous to be mired should try DR. KIII.IEWt' CELE BRATED CONSUMPTIVE POWDEBB. These powders are the only preparation known that will cure CONSUMPTION and all diseases of the THBOAT AND LUNGS-indeed, so strong is our faith in them, and also to convince you that they are no humbug, we will forward to every t ufderer. by mail, post paid, a FREE TRIAL We da't want your money until you are perfectly satisfied of their curative powers, If yourlife is worth saving, don't delay in giving . these POWDERS a trial. as they will surely cure you. S PrMe, for large box s3. sent to any part of the United S or Canada by mail on receipt of ° Prime. ness ASH A ROBBINS, apit ly .o 3 .0 Futo t Stleet, Zrooklyn, ~i, ., GRAND MULE RACES. To be given on Monday, May 7, 1877, -AT THE FAIR GROUNDS, For the benefit of the NEWSBOYS' HOME! First Mace. MILE HEATS-Distahoe Post 60 Yards. Prlze- BILVER-MOUNTED WHIP. Twelve Entries-Gentlemen riders. 1. 'rrison W.ts enters T. 0. 1Sana's mule Praadtnt.2 months old, out of Ohio by a to 7: g.-dtm orthern Democracy. Oolor, orimson. ap and leevos orange. 2. A. dlolett t . M. Bady. J r.' m le andr. dis years old. out of Feshion ate, I wl $well;" Dam-mule. uolors, iuel a. &. W. Johnson enters N. W. Me0ool's male Blue Glass, a months old, by Qredullty out of Absurdity. dam Nonsense. olorsr blne, asp ptnk. said white. 4. W. F. Plnekard enters E. R Volett's mule Tenderloin Trout, 4000oo years old, outof Cat.h. by Restaurant, dam Universal. Colors, purple sleeves gray ae purplo and r ,ay. ri.B. woightmna enters F W. .Walker' mule Loafer, 42 years old, out of Moneyp by .rofuee aon, dap Dead Beat. Colors-blue and white. sanH. Deneare enters A. Frellson's mule Lpu leiana, 1i b years old, out of Tro . by Oict oils, dam Bos. Colors-rod and 7. W. L. Bell enters Eward ll's muleo Newsboy to years old, by Neoe y out of Pocket. dam Pedr. Colors-red and gold, cap white and reen. m. Jno. Barkley enters Pe . Agar's male eeacharine 1 seasno oldf by yrup, out of Sugar SCane, dam Bdet Boot. olors-maroon, sleeves s. rW. W. Renshaw enters F. Clalborne's mule Bolter, asged, by Mature, out of stubborn, dam Beastley. Colors-broon cap whIte. s . Delgado A. roy's mule Molasses, 11 months u tter, out of Cas Juice, Tao , atlond Colors--greeno . sa 1I Bn. (P, enters B A. H boheon's 12. BronE . BIau'. mulPr feet el, a~uln, out of Poket by ness, I ser ry olr- le sash, national colors. C seacod Eaes t -CONSOLATION O'TKRZ SDAeSH OF TWO MILES-For Beaten Hedge Priz-PAIR OF SPUES. stewards of Tracks: rETJP. Lr BOUTVSE-Chairman, Ed. Toby, f'. C. Herndon. Jadge F. A. i; Jas: Buckner. ('. . Boarman, Monroe, o Hugh W. Brown,E. Burtus, E. P. QopgUZ P. 0. Faseende, C. DeBayter. Jeises: E. C. Payne. John A. Morris, N. . Wllaes. Henry W.,Conner,- SBottMGehee. fistance Jud s*4 J. Dees l r le J. O'BrDo h sarrod Coam ltr'ý`I Ir s M *1 i fis > W. T. VAUD'Y, hirarnWL Dr. B. A. Pope, p edelltdel. 1.Nuama Augustin, J, Lafitte. W. E. Huger, W. L Gwya. : C. J. Lewis, ta P ai" Ene y. Walker Fearn. W4Miller Owen. J. A. Lafitte. . A. Palfey, G. J. Bratton, B. L Ranlett, James DeBuys. J. W. Vanderkieft. J. Given, " A. K. Brown. W. A. 8. Wheeler, Geo. P. Orane. M. Isnaa. L. H. Fairchild. C. W. Mlltcnberger, J. C. Lawton. Tilmrs: B. W. Simmons. Jules Aldise, G. A. Williams. Ilaes will be under the rules of the Louisi ana Jockey Club, estah weigtas. Price of admission to stand.................1 Price of admission to field................... s Children under fifteen-Half Price. Ladies unaccompanied by gentlemen will not be afmitted to the stand. Races to Commenee at 18:S1 4*elesl. Tickets for sale at A. B. Grieword's, E. A. Tyle's. Eyrich's Bookstore. D. H. Holme'. Braselman & Adams'. Seebold's, Hawkins', Lafitte & Hopkins'. P. BUCUANAN, Calemf a. RlAUWD MAY P1ETIVAL Tobe given.by A the Wtt ON Su& NDAY.u, , . . , To begin with an e9 aIr Oi . I at -eoek D. m., by the U. f fla:ka oatr.n h SRAND "EA* MATLE By the Nitehell MIMe sa a t ael Representing the i b .eta the "Jasper Greens" u en. ft of Gen. Jackson's r an a India RBegiment ter a a in the battle of New tOrsan, I The Jasper Greens wl M. Coonep, nd the B . l will embrace skrmishing. charges and DJd evolutions w fo military tact of The severa will end in a allnt iS e ers Greens on Me tish lines, my's field plce., and P contents onte retre The combatants wil ev relinr fron the field together. carrying their on the Indian-American st leof amblee n use on the frontier and wit pass in before the grand stand, ACE. Hurdle rase, mile dash, open to llU ; three to make a race. Pae 925. Pony rase, iile dash, open to all; three so make a race. Pre 810. vony e mile dash, for all under 1 hands hi h, ize =10. Mule race, mile heats , open to all. Prize 0o. ttin rae, mile heats, for all horses that never beat 2::4; three to make a race. Prize a~ Ladies' trotting race, 1 mileto harness. Prize, o . lning. Dadl°ebr unningracel 1mile toharness. Prize. Handsome Silk Drems. Grand Mateh Trotting Baee for lue a side be tween Viagilant Fire Company No. and ]elican Hook and Ladder No. 4; 1 mile, both starting together with their respective apparatus. Urand Bali in the building and Dancing oa" the platform. AdLaisaslean.... ........... Cents. Lades and Chtlaren.......ree. N. B.-All entries for race to be made at LEON LAMOTHE'I. No. 8 imt. Charles street, on or be fore SATURDAY. May 5, 1871. at 4 o'clock p. m DENTISTRY. J. B, WAL KER, D. D.'., W. 180 Detslad tAsest, latest Improvements and best styles of both we ad Eeehanesl Deantly at meet Io][ae aa c ontoue llia a spec ialsa.