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Nleaina a new fire company. streat demand for laboress in M e parish. The Thibodaux Bridge Company have declared a dividend of eight per cent. The school board of Lafourobe lately divided the parish into 27 sohoor die tricts. Hamp Keys, a member of the Legis lature of '72, now peddles Drabs in Thibodaux. The stage line between Lake Charles and Orange Texae has been increased to a tri-weekly service. Two of the newly elected trustees of New Iberia turn out to be disqualified, .already holding other offoes. A man by the name of Maribrough bad his hand out off by a circular saw on Shafter's plantation, in Bayou Ohao ahoula, Parish of Lafourohe. Messrs. Couturie Bewall and Easkell, ppointed by Judge Billings to ap the logs seized in Calcasieu par arrived in Lake Charles last week. called uon the deputy marshals 13 o oe pt the logs to produce an in. yar f them. This they were un fv made no inventory. was telegraphed to New Or the committee is waiting to do. helm was Miliea on we fotour miles from Shreve twhue e as taking supper with a . Loveless ad family. Mr. Bern t helm had ye Ished his supper, and was seas near the window, wen the assassin fired at him with buckshot, nine of the bullets entering his body. Mr. Loveless immediately pursued the assassin, but was unable to catch up with him. A man by the name of Prather is suspected of the murder. Missisutppi. The public schools of Leake county open next week. The thermometer at Carthage last Monday stood at 34. The Newton Bulletin suggests the Rsv. Mr. Bardwell as Superintendent of Public Instruction. Quite a number of hogs, cows and calves, bitten by a mad dog in Water Valley, have had the hydrophobia. Discussing the question of negro par ticipation in politics the Vicksburg Herald says that, "while we are in favor of giving the negro every right secured him by the amendments to the consti. tution, we can't see that it is our busi ness to take him up and ram politics down his throat." At the recent meeting of the Missis sippi Press AssoHlation, at Holly 8aings, W. J. L. Holland, of the Holly gs Reporter was elected prest. dent, and Cf. E. right, of the Vicks burg Herald, and R. H. Henry, of the Brookhaven Ledger, vice presidents. Vicksburg has been taking soundings in order to test the effect of the cbange la the river current since the out-off op posits was formed, which shows that tbe river has shoaled fully six feet at Matthews' Mills three at the elevator, and a opposite the compress, etc. Texas. Rusk penitentiary is to be finish. y the firth of next December, at a ot of $180,000. Sherman sent twenty white men, height negroes and one woman, with her child, to the penitentiary. The hail storm a week ago in Fannin oimnty did some damage. Orchards in its line of passage were stripped of fruit, .ad corn and cotton badly damaged. A barbecue was held at Kaufman on the fifth in the terest of the Sabine Pass and or tern railroad. Land donations ar liberally subscribed to this eo terpl The A Lu& e'otlo Mayor, in Austin, camta 1 ýolst, and resulted in the epa O14ko DeGress, formerly 45uperintelB in i.dePublio Instruction under DavtiA ,iegedinistration. There were eight oanawintes in the field and the Radicals united on DeGress and ran him in. The Comanche Chief says that in "Coleman and adjoining counties for months past a state of anarchy has reigned and life and property have been insecure. These counties have been made headquarters for thieves and mur derers, who have concentrated there with such force as cannot be overcome b thelaw-abiding and law enforcing A singularaccidentoccurred near Palo Pinto last Saturday evening. A Mrs. Boller whose husband lives at Mr. Hum phrey s, on the river, was milking a cow, her son a man of 25 years, standing near wits a stick three or four feet long in his left hand, the hand resting against the left groin. While in this position the cow kicked, striking the end of the stick, and driving the oppo site end against the lower part of Mr. R.'s abdomen, producing in inal her nia, from the effects of which he died next evening. FAMILIES LEAVING THE CITY CAN 1seoure ethe services of a man ad wifewith out children, to take charge of a house, etc. JBest of reference given. Address J. H. B.. Demoerat ofiloe. iel7 Cow Peas-Cow Peas. CHOICE CAROLINA CLAY PEAS. CLAY MIXED and other varieties. se TONS COTTON SEED REAL. For sale by A. A. GREENWOOD & CO., jet? Im 47 Magazine streat. NOTICE TO TAX COLLECTORS CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. STATE Or LOUISIANA. AUDITOn's OyFICE, New Orleans. Juno 15, 1877. You are hereby ordered to furnish to this office by the second flay of July next a list of all the delinquent license payers in your respective districts. ALLEN JUMEL. Auditor. SECOND DISTRICT STATE TAX CoLLaECTOR's OFFICE, No. Sot Canal street, June 17, 187. All parties doing business in the Second Dis trict, still owing their State license, will please cause the same to be paid before the 1st of July next, to avoid suit and seizures. See Auditor's order published above. P. L. BOUNY. jell 7t Second District Tax Collector. DOCTOR HENRY SAUVE, Late of New Orleans. HOT SPRINGS, jes lm Arkansas. PAUL SAUV4, CommerolalStationer, Book & Job Printer, and Bisak Book Manuhcturer. Asent for BUFFORD'S PICTORIAL CARDS. desla 2' Commercial Place. Ck2LA ON 0f BOND. Utwrra STATI or AMUaBoA, State of uisiana Executive Papaltm4'nt. Whereas, application has been made to me for tihe cancellation of a bond drawn by L. T. Murdock, and by him subseribed, on the 14th day of November, as principal, for the sum of Forty Thousand dollars, with Sam'1 W. Ham mond, John A. Peel. John Thorn and John H. Baroshide as securities, conditioned for the faithful performanoegf the duties of said L. T. Murdook, as Treasurer of the Board of Metro politan Police of the city of New Orleans. Now, therefore, I, Francis T. Nicholls, Gov ernor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this, my proclamation, giving public notice to all persons to whom these pros eats shall concern, and who are therein in terested, to show cause, in writing, at the office of the Secretary of State, at the city of New Or. leas, within ninety. days from and after the last publication of this notioe,why the said bond should not be cancelled and annulled, and the securities above named discharged from any further liability. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of the State of Louis lana to be affixed, at the city of New Orleans, this twelfth day of June, in the year of our Lord. one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hundred and first year of the in dependence of the United States of America, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: WILL. A. Smoiso. Secretary of State. jet? sed CANCELLATION OF BONDS. UNITmn BTATts ov AMeRICA, State of Louisiana, Executive Department. Whereas, application has been made to me for the cancellation of the following bonds, to wit 1. One drawn by Edward Pilabury, as princi pal and as Administrator of Finance of the city of New Orleans, with J. C. Van Wlckle, W. Gor don, Theepnile Prudhomme. Leon Quoyrouze and Gabriel Pascal as sureties. 2. One by James G. Brown,as principal and as Administrator of Public Accounts of said city, with Sawyer Iiaywood, Charles A. Eager and George Swarbrick as sureties. 8. One by E. A. Burke, as principal and as Ad ministrator of Improvements of said city, with Joha Hawkins, J. Hart and Frank Johnsen as sureties. 4. Ono by J. O. Landry, as principal and as Administrator of Commerce of said city, with Joseph Hernandez, L. E. Lemarle. L. r:. For stall and C. A. Eager as sureties. 5. One by IP. L. Bouny, as principal and as Administrator of Assessments of said city, with P. Capdevielle, Jules Tuyes, it. E. Peychaud and Edgar Hincks as sureties. 6. Qne by Dennis McCarthy, as principal and as Administrator of Police of said city, with George Smith, John G. Ryan, William B. Smith. Emile J. O'Brien and M. Flannery as sureties; and 7. One by Loon Bertoll, as principal and as Administrator of Water Works and Public Buildings of said city, with Thomas Duffy. N. E Llambias, L. Roca, F. iReusch and John Finney as sureties. All of which said bonds were each subscribed as aforesaid on the 27th day of November, 1874 and are for the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars each, conditioned for the faithful per formance of the duties of each of said prin cipals in their respective administrative capaci ties. Now, therefore, I, Francis T. Nicholls, Gov ernor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this, my proclamation, giving public notice to all persons therein concerned and interested to show cause, in writing, at the ofilce of the Secretary of State, at the city of New Orleans, within ninety days from and after the last publication of this notice, why the said bonds, or either of themshould notbo cancelled and annulled, and the securities above named discharged from any further liability. In testimony whereof, I have here - untolsigned my name and caused the seal of the State to be hereunto affixed at the city of New Orleans, this twelfth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand' eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hun dred and drst year of the Independ ence of the United States of America. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: WILL. A. STnoNG, jell sod Secretary of State. CANCELLATION OF BOND. UNITED TATRS or AMERICA, State of Louisiana. Executive Department. Whereas, application has been made tome for the cancellation of a bond drawn by GEORGE B. JOHNSON, and by him subscribed, on the thirtieth day of December. 1875, as principal, for the sum of ten thousand dollars. with Wright R. Fish. Honore Pothier, Joseph Alphonse Walker, John A. Watkins and Patrick Keenan. as securities, conditioned for the faithful per formance of the duties of said George B. John son. as Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Louisiana. Now, therefore, I, Francis T. Nicholls, Gov ernor of the State of Louisiana. have thought proper to issue this, my proclamation, giving public notice to all persons to whom these presents shall concern and who are therein in terested, to show cause, in writing, at the office of the Secretary of State. at the city of New Or leans, within ninety days from sad after the last publication of this notice, why the said bond should not be cancelled and annulled, and the securities above named discharged from any further liability. In testimony whereof I have here. unto set my hand and caused the L. S. ieal of the ttate of Louisiana to be J affixed, at the eity of New Orleans. - this twenty-eighth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and of the one hundred and first year of the independence of the United States of America. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: OscAn AnEoYo. Assistant Secretary of State. je3 A et Cow Peas. Cow Peas. Choice Carolina Clay and Clay mixed Peas. For sale by G. A. LANAUX, jea 15t" No. 17 Conti street. UNDERTAKERS. CHAS. 0. JONES, JOHN G. BOONE, Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHE, 260 and 262 Magazine st..near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. Carriases to hire. a128 1 WALL PAPER. NEWEST STYLES JUST RECEIVED, From the Richest to the Cheapest. Bosewood and Walnut parlor and bed-room Furniture, with numerous fancy articles. Furniture renewed in the best manner, at 49 Reyal street, piy5 am HEERT N. SIEBREGHT, ZION COTTON TIE IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the constantly increasing popularity and demand for the CELEBRATED ARROW TIP, The universally reeoonizedfavor its Tie of Plant ers, Cotton Press - men and Ship pers of Cotton D generally ;t he iTe Company Limitedsole pro prietors an manuf-cturers a Fa d T e, com manding unequaled facilities, have, in addition to their large stock now on hand, contracted for increased quantities, suffi dient to meet the largest demand for Cotton TIes, to cover the entire crop of the coming~season, and now. through their agents enerally, offer the POPULAR and IIIIIEA'IiEMt4ILE ARROW TIE At S0 50 Per fundle Less 36 per cent discount for cash, in bundles complete. LEMH THAN 'l HE MARtKlET VALUE OF )'LAIN HOOP IRON: and it beingthe pur pose of the Company to merit the continued patronage of the 1' anting community and to defy awI competition that may arise, their Agents are instructed to cout act with iDeaelrs, Factors and Country Merchants at the above named Iirice and terms for future delivery up to the irst of August in quantities as may be required from time to time, settlements being male on delivery. No competition arrests the Progress of the AtiUOWTIE. It is ever onward lua Its course as Streams flow to the Ocean. SEE THIE FOLLOWINO difRtTI(ICATEs ADiIlERsED TO COMPANY'S AOENTs. Unetlemen-It affords me great pleasure to present you with this statement, as evidence of our high avurcilation of the value of the AR ROW TIlt, as a fastening for Cotton Bales. We have used it constantly in our Presses since its introduction, having found no other Tie that can compare with it in utility. durabili ty and strength, and from our own experience we can safely recommend it to planters as the DEST TIE we have seen. Pressing from flve to seven hundred hales per day, when running full time, we find it to our inter( st to purchase the AltiltW JIUCKLE from you for the purpesc of replacing any other buckle that may he on the hal". taking the others off mud throwing them in the scrap pile to be sold as old iron. You struly (ilgred) A.m'. LUFKIN, Superintendent, poutlhorn flotton Proms Company Presses. FA( TO tiH( OMPREbS, MEROHANTS' Galveston. NIEW WHARF I take pleasure in stating that since my superintendency of the Planters' Press, we have been constantly using the ARROW TIE. It gives entire satislaetion, find our pressmen prefer the Band and Buckle to any that they have ever used. Iam yours very truly. (Signed) F. It. LUBBOCK. Superintendent. The above is indorsed by Cotton Press nen of New Orleans, Mobile. Savannah, Charleston, Norfolk, Wilmington and Potorsburg. Thanks to planters throughout all the Cotton Statos for the liberal support and patronage of the ARIMOW TIE. 3. W. RAYNK & CO., Gieneral Agents, je92p 1m d&w NEW OflIEANS. SUMMER CLOTHING -AT WHE ELE K & PIERSON'd 13 and 15 Camp Street. New Goods Ueceived by Express and 4lffrred at Low Prices: Black Alpaca FROCKS and SACKS. New French Diegnal FiOCKS and VESTS. Youths' Black Diagonal COATS. $4 to $12. White Duck VES I'S, $. st to 135 0. Cheap CASSIMERE SUITS. all prices. Gauze UNDERSlI1IiTS, See. 75c and $1. Joan DRAW ER4, 7Te and St. Boys' SUITS, for school and dress. Now BOWS. SCARFS. COLLARM, etc. ALL FRESH GOODS, LOW PRICES. Polite attention at Wheeler & Pierson's, Buccessors to Ploeron & Howes and Darcy & Who' ler. A Complete stock for Wholesale Trade up stairs at low prices. je11 tjys CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, (A Bank for Small Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, 22.........DGaronne Street....... ......22 SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTER. This Savings Bank will receive on deposit and pay interest at the rat' of 6 ver cent per annum on such small sums of money as may from time to time be offered therefor by mechanics, clerks, minors and others, thus seeuring protection from robbery, accident or fraud, and also afford ing a means of profit on savings by the semi annual interest paid. By special provision of law. married women and minors can deposit money in their own name, and it can be drawn by themselves only. Such deposits cannot be controlled by hus bands parents or tutors. Apply for Charter and By-Laws. J. L. GUBERNATOR. President. M. BENNER, Cashier. DIRECTORS: 3. J'. GUBEINATOR. E. W. HUNTINGTO N E. P. CHAMPLIN M. BENNEB., LOUIS GBUNEWALJ.'. mY26 ly2p SPECIAL NOTICES. Asseelatlon Amy ot Tennessee will meet, pursuaat to adjournment o TUESDAY, Jn 9,ý 7%, oel kp. in.,I atte a mNo 4, Odd etllos' Hall. A tfull ýeatten ni No quested. Business of ýin Art .LN First V ice President, Acting Pkes ent. I J1i Got OtLoo, Secretary. jell at Special Notice-To (Mmlten asti The steamer GT ton on every O AYpf QAY faolngtip and onSUNDAY AA'jC11OON oolnizg down stream for the accommodation of the pub ofc and will, until further notice, collect a fare of ten cents each way from all passengers, said amounts to be divided among the orphan asy lums of this city. jetl 1w JOHN J. BROWN, Master. Fee tsie Lake - oeerne of New Orleans Qftt lailroad flompany, No 124 Canal street Mew Orleans, May 221677.-lntil further notice trains for the ke will leave the city every hour from 1 o'clock a. in. to 8 o'clock p. in., 51d every half hour from 8 pm. 8:80 p. in. The last train will leave the L~ake End at 10 o'clock p. m. imnya tf (1. 0. LEWIS. eeratary. Louisiana Levee Coinpan3, 28 Carede. et street, New Oyleans, 19th Msay 177--Noee is >}e eb+ gi ven, in aooordance w ertfole o. Sof the Charter, that a meeting ofthe Stock h ders ff thisCmp n will be held at this oe on MON une, 187 between the ours of 12 o'clock in. and 2 o'clock Pb.w to vote upon the acceptance or refection by the mpany of the provisions of the act of the sion ofatal known . JOHN BEND eBION, President Louisiana Levee Company. myl9 td FOR RENT. TIOR RENT-TWO-STORY HOUSE NO 183 J2Josephine street. Rent fit per month. con venient to three lines of cars. Apply at corner. je17 1w OR RFNT-A COTTAGE COMPLETELY furnished, situated on the corner of Esola nade and Dupre streets, Second District, Will be rented on favorable terms from July i to No vember 1. A family without children preferred. Apply on the premises. el17 at* IJATENT INOUBATOR-FOR HATCHING Chiekens. Send orders to CHARLIS G. BUULTLZ, an Natchez street. jeo lot* OR RENT-COTTAGE, lao WASHINGTON street, near Magazine. Rent 820. Je7 tt BOARDING. G 1ENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES, OR SIN 1 gle gentlemen, can be accommodlated with large. airy and ele antly furnished rooms southern exposure, with or without board. Rent cheap for the summer, at 224 Common street, corner of Dryades. jel? CARONDELET STRIET; IN THE most desirable hoarding-house in the city, in a cool and breezy location, two hand somely furnished rooms, always cool and airy, and especially suited for the summer, with five large windows opening on a wide gallery. These rooms will be rented, with superior board. Also, other rooms on the same floor. These rooms are especially suited to per ons who are compelled to spend the summer here and d~sire to avoid the heat and discomfort of a New Orleans summer. jea 1m COPARTNERSHIPS. MR. HENRY BEER HAS THIS DAY WITH drawn from our firm, the style of which remains unchan gea. LEHMAN, ABRAHAM & CO. New Orleans. June 1. 1877. jet lm NOTICE. J. LEVOIS & JAMISON, 126 CANAL STREET. Intending to make an entire change in our business, after the FIRST OF OCTSDER NEXT, We will offer our EOJTXIZ.mS BWOCL Of Rich and Superior Qualities of Imported Goods AT LESS THAN THE COST OF IMPORTATION. Parties wanting fine goods will ', well to call and examine our stock. We will continue to keep our full line of goods suitable for country stores and plantation use. for which we solicit orders from commission houses and planters, as we will offer our stock at low prices. tJ. LEVOIS & JAMISON. EDWARD THOMPSON, ROLE AGENT FOR LIVINGSTON & CO.. MANUFACTURERS BUILDERS' HARDWARE. Three-Bolt Rim Locks, Knob Latches Self Locking Shutter Hinges Sash Axle Pulleys. Thumb Latches, Bash 'as'eners. Phelps' Boring Machines, shelf Brackets, Combluations, Tools, Corn Shellers, etc. Trade supplied at factory prices. jel3i15t SPECIAL NOTICE. STATE NATIONAL BAiX.) Fiscal Agent State of Louisiana, Bow Orleans. July 9. 1877. Notice is hereby given that the July (1877) Coupons on the Consolidated Bonds of the State of Louisiana will be cashed, at their maturity, upon presentation at this bank, or at the Bank of New York. W. B. A., in New York. SAMUEL H. KENNEDY, lobo mrn President. JULIO, PORTRAIT PAINTER, No. 3 farondelest street, New Orleans. Portraits from life or from pictures of the deceased (in oil or crayon, from 125 to $150. My ARTGALLERT is a place of free re sort, and the public is invited to visit it at pleasure. me 6m VIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN dersigned is the sole agent for the sale of these well known and highly prized ROOFING SLATES. Keesr. als'. 'n hand a full suppiy of VER tSONT GREEN AND PURBPLE STA l'il. of the best uaalities, and a full line of PENN SYLVANIA S tATES, of Bangor. Franklin and other weil known quarries. We invite the closest inspection on the part of builders, con tractors and practical slaters. ALEXANDER HILL, iel 3m 110 Carondelet street. GAS FIXTURES FOB SALE, Below New York Wholesale Prices, EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN ER ALLY. Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota tions, at 36 Camp street. ap27 ly JOHN N . FLEMING, Agea, WANTS. SITUATIONS WAWTED--EHALUU. Uioevernesses, Cmuuepaudogs, oet. W~AN4TED--BY A LADY A SITUATION TO TVtravel North, Or elsewiasre, as companion or Overness. Compenston not so much an objqosspiesant aspoe is aand ho e. The ue rulgpne would be willilngto take charg eof a house d lr g the summer, if not caled from the city. oC. C., Democrat o~oe. Jeii Cooks, Nurses, Chambermaids, Ete., W ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, a situation to cook. Apply at 484 White street, near Terpsilhore. intl WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL a situation as cook; help in doing plain washing. Address J. K., Democrat office. jets 1W WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL A situation. Can nurse or do all kind of housework. Address J. K., Democrat office. jelt 1w W ANTED-A SITUATION AS A COOt Iii a French or American family. Best o r erences. Address F. A., this office. 3eI2 t AANTED-A SITUATION AS NURSE OR V c dos An kind of housework. Address 1111. TACYthi offce.1012 tf Heusekeepers. WANTED-BY A LADY OP EXPERIENCE in housekeeping a oeeition as House keeper. Address Mrs. 'f. ., this offile. jet tf Dressmakers and Seamstresses. WANTED-BY A LADY OF EXPE TENCE at Dressmaking and Sowing. work b the day or week; is a first-class Cutter and for ladies' and children's clothes. Inquire at 174 Ramparystreet. 2 doors from At. Ann. jet tf MITUATIOW@ WANTED-MALES. Clerks and salesmen. W ANTED-BY A BOY SIXTEEN YEARS old, who resides with his parents, a posi tion in any business house where he can make himself useful. Address Frank K., Philip. be tween Clara and Magnolia streets. lo17 W ANTED-A SITUATION BY AN EXPE rienced Cotton Yard and Leve Clerk. The very best references given. Address Cot ton Clerk, this offie. oi1 1w GOOD SALESMAN. JUST OUT OF EM AL pioyient, competent in dry and fancy goods, millinery and variety and notions wholesale or retail, speaking English and French, also book-keever, offers his services at low salary. Address X. Y. Z,. this office. jel8 tt W ANTED-BY A MARRIED MAN. A SITU ation as clerk in any kind of bs inesp. Moderate salary expected. Address J. P. L,. this Office. jet if W ANTED-THE ADVERTISER WILL POST a small set of books for slc per mniath dur ing the summer. Address F. r., Box to6jP. 0. W ANTED-A CLERKSHIP, IN ANX CAPA city, in a commercial house' Is willing to give his services gratis until Seplember 1. 157. Address M. U.. this office. je itf W ANTED-A SITUATION AS BOOK-KEEP er or correspond et in a cotton, grocery or commission house. Best of reference given. Salary reasonable. Address. Accountant," Democrat office. jet tf HELP WANTED-FEMALES. Chambermaids, Cooks, Nurses, etc. WANTED--A GIRL TO COOK AND ASSIST in ousework. Apply, with references. at No. its Felicity Road. JelI 1w WANTED-PUPILS. W ANTED-A FEW PUPILS FOR A LATIN V Class Address K., this offlee jer if WANTED--OANVAMMERS, WANTED-A M. M.. TO CANVASS FOR A Masonto publication. Call at Waverly Hotel. toonm 9.e je tf W ANTED-AGENTS. MALE AND FEMALE to canvass light artjies. nick sales and large profits. Address NOVELTY CO., Demo crat office. jet tf TO BENT-ROOMS. WANTED TO REN r-FORNISHED 01 UN furnished, three l]rse rooms, one front and two back, on second story and kitchen on lower floor.on Common street, between Clal borne and Derbiiny. y j 17 1w ROUSE WANTED. W ANTED-A SMALL HOUSE IN THE Sixth Distriot, situated on two or three lote of ground. A good tenant can be found for such a house, if rented cheap. Address "H. V.." Democrat office. jet tf RI5CEILLANEOUm. W ANTED-A POSITION BY A LADY IN any private office as copyist. Can write French. Spanish and English perfectly. Refer ence iven if required. Address t., this office. is 17 1w W ANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED HOST ler, a situation to take charge of s ock on itplantation. sest of reference given. Address HOSTLER, this office. je17 1W WWANTED - A CARRIAGE HORSE FOR family use. Must be young, sound and gentle. Apply at 1ea Carondelet sirent. _e17 1w A MAN AND WIFE. NO CHILDREN. WILL take charge of House, Cows or Horses. Terms easy. Best reference. Address CHAR LEY. this offic ce jell 1w WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED SHOE maker, a situation, either in city or coun try. Salary no object. Address A. F., this office, J1el tf A GENTLEMAN FROM MARYLAND WANTS a situation. Best reference. Not afraid of work. Please address My Maryland, office of the Democrat jee tf WANTED-A SITUATION AS DRIVER, Collector or Private Watchman, by a young man of good moral habits. Best of refer ences fiven. Address N. B., this office. WANTED-A PARTY HAVING a200e CASH would like to enter into some business with a responsible person. Address C. C.. Demo crat Office. m99 tf STATIONERY AND MUSIC-elo MAGAZINE street. Pianos Tuned for $1 so. e 17t D. LEECH. LOST OR MISLAID. LOST-A CERTAIN PROMISSORY NOTE, in words and figures as follows: eoono. Niw OnRLANs, February 23,1872. Three years after date we romise to pay to the order of ourselves Five Thousand Dollars, value received, with intere-t at the rate of eight per cent per annum from maturity until paid. (Signed) E. G. MARMIOHE. (Signed) per pro U. A. MARMICHE. E. G. MARMICHE. Endorsed: E. G. MAR ICHE. per pro U. A. MARMICHE. E. G. MARMICHE. Paraphed Ne Varietur, secured by mortgage, and duly stamped New Orleans, February 23, 1872. (Signed) A. E. BIENVENU Notary Public. Th's note was filed by the diftaens' Bank, in suit No. 2360 of the late Superior District Court, entitled Citizens' Bank of Louisiana vs. F. A. Ducros, and the said note cannot n 'w be found. ARMAND PITOT, Attorney of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana. New Orleans. June 16,1877. jell 2et TAX NOTICES. SPECIAL NOTICE. OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOB, Focrth District, 241 Josephine street, New Orleans, June 14. 1877. All parties residents of the Fourth District. parish of Orleans, who havd not secured licenses for their respective trades, professions, etc., for the year 1877. are hereby notified to do soon or b-fore the THIRD DAY OF JULY next, or sub ject themselves to the penalties required by law. See act so, sections at and 96, extra session, 1877. R. C. BOND, Sate Tax Collector, Fourth District. j'14 1w SPECIAL NOTICE. Oraicz STrATE TAX CoLLECToR. Fifth District. Algiers. April is. 1877.1 All persons within the limits o0 the Fifth Dis trictowing license and capital tax are nerebv notified that the office for the collection of said taxes is now open at the corne of Seguin and Patterson streets, Algiers. M. 1. BARRETT. api9 tU State Tat Collector. MUNICIPAL ADVERTIEZMZNT. PROPOSALS. DuarT WATRawoRKs ANo Ptitro BtfInL ls, I Room No. 2a City Hall, New Orleans, June15, 1817. Proposals will be received by the undersigned till WEDNESDAY. June 20, 1877, at 12 in., for building a new HABBOB POLICE STATION adjoining the Canal street Ferry Landing. lower side, according to plans and specifications on fle in the offlee of the City Surveyor. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All parties making proposals for this work are required to deposit with the Administrator of Finance, as evidence of their intention to abide bythe adjudication, the amount of sloe in cash, which shall be forfeited to the city in case of failure to sign the contract. Bidders to whom contract is not awarded shall have their deposits returned to them on the day adjudication is made. No bids received unless accompanied by certficate of the Administrator of Finance that deposit has been made. Proposals to be indorsed " Proposals for the Building of Harbor p D tp D A11DFI Adminiatrator of waterworks and Public guild I ngs. jelfitd sSALED PROPOSALS. DUPARiT[IKNT OF IM1Paovaartslo,) Btoonm No. le City Halln New Orleans, June is, I8117. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until TVESIAY, June 19. at 12 o'clock i for the per tance of the contracts specified in ordinance No.5s2. Administration Series, and herein made part of this notice. Specifications for the various contracts are now on file nd can be examined dallt the office of the unty SurveyNr JOIN McoAFFREY. Administrator. NAroanwrr or Nuw Onarws, l, City Hall, June 12, 1877. f (No. 3082-Administration Ssriee.] Resolved, That the Administrator of Improve ments be and he is hereby instructed to advertise that he will receive sealed proroeals until Tues da , June 19, at 12 m., for the following work: 1. The contract for repairing and keeping in repair, for the term of two years the paved and unpaved streets, cleaning of alt gutters and streets, removal of all garbage and offal, etc., in the city; the said contract to be sold in sections, as follows: First section-All that portion of the city known as the First District. Second section-All that portion of the city known as the Second District. Third section-All that portion of the city known as the Third District. Fourth section-All that portion of the city known as the Fourth District. Fifth section-All that portion of the city known as the Fifth Distr act or Algiers. Sixth section-All' that portion of the city known as the Sixth District. Seventh section-All that portion of the city known as the Seventh District. 2. The contrhot for repairing and keeping in repair for the tic'., w two years the wooden, stone and iron a"i wet bridges wings and crossings through the city, to be sold in sections as fol lows: First section-All that portion of tlps city known as the First District. Second section-All that portion of the city known as the Second District. Third section-All that portion of the city known as the Third District. Fourth section-All that portion of the city known as the Fourth District. Fifth section-All that portion of the city known as the Fifth District, or Algiers. Sixth section-All that portion of the city known ms the Sixth District. Seventh section-All that portion of the city known as the Seventh D~atrice. 8, The contract for repairing and keeping in repair, for the term of two years, all of the shell and ballast roads of the city, to be sold in two sections. First section-All that portion of the city $ev the centre ef Oanal street; domprising the First, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Districts. Second section-All that portion of the city be. low the centre of tandl street, comprising the Second an4 Third Districts. lt is well understood that the contractors foe any of the above contracts have nothing to do with repairing any of the streets or bridge, that any of the oity railroads are under contract to keep in repair. 4 The contract for repairing and keeping in repair and running the draining machines ofrhe city for the term of two years, they to be sold as follows: First-The Dublin Avenue and Melpomene ma chines to comprise the first section, and to be sold together. Second-The Blenville machine to comprise the second section. Third-The London Avenue machine to coili' prime the third seeton. SEipeethtions for all the above work to be fur nshedba the ity Surveyor, and tobeapproved by the CityCouncil. The work to be underthbe direct control of the Administrator of e ments, assisted by the City Surveyor, su bct to such rules and regulations as may he adopted by the City Council. All parties making proposals for the above contract are required to deposit with the Admin istrator of Finance, me evidence of their inten tion to abide by the adjudications, the amount of Ave hundred dollrs in cash. which shall be for feited to the city in ease of failure to sign the contract. Bidders to whom the contracts are not awarded shall have their deposits returned to them on the day the adjudications are made. No bid will be received unless accompanied by the certificte of the Administrator of Finance, certifying that the required cash deposit ha. been made. It is wall understood that the contractors shall take charge of ihe different sections that may he awarded to them on the first of July. 1871. Be if furqte resolved, 21 hat persons to whom contracts may be awardee shill kive good and solvent security, to the asttisaction of the City Council, In the sum of five thousand doilara for each and every section that may be awarded to them. Be itfurthier resolved, That all ordinances and parts of ordinances conflicting with this ordi nance be and the same are hereby~repeealed. Be if further resolved, That this ordinance takes affect from and after its passage. Adote bthe Council of the ciii of New Or leas Jue,1877. YesBon avanac Denis, Diamond-A. Napa-Udward, Mosfre Begetorff-8. A true copy: D BMyr Taos. (G. BROzza. Secretary. NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS OF 1877. DEPARTMENT 01 FINANCE, I City Hall. New Orleans June 8. 1877. J The l'st of delinquent taxes for 1877 is now being prepared for publication. All persons interested are rsspeDtfuly noti fled that the city taxes of 1871 will be for a short time received at this office without osits. jel tje2O J. C. DENIb, Administrator. POUND NOTICE NO. IS. DEPARTIEIT ow POLICE, Administrator's Office. New Orleans *June15i 1877. W AS BROUGHT TO THE, SIXTHk D VItrict Pound, on Jersey street, between Bordeaux add Valence on the thirteenth eay of June, 1877, one 1tOA!N MARE, about 14 hands high one hind foot white, which, if not claimed within five days. and expenses thereon paid. will be sold at publie auction, at said pound. on FRIDAY. June 22, 1877 By orderof ROBT. E. DIAMOND, je16 7t Administrator. FOR SALE. For Sale. A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE. new and in perfect order will be sold very cheap. Address MACHINE, Democrat office. my1 ti TFOR SALE-THE DELIGHTFUL RESI .'dence and extensive grounds of Judge M. A. Dooley, at the corner of Washington and Pearl streets. Sieventh District. (Carroliton.) about 120 feet from St. Charles street, are for sale. The grounds consist of nine lots, covered with about 1500 orange trees, (some bear ing,) fig and other choicee fruit trees. el m provements are nearly new-a raised cottage. with marble mantels. hall, and all convenient outbuildings forpoultry. etc.. etas, Inquire at a St Charles street. or on the premise., or ad: dress Poetomoe. Box Mao. aprTtL