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Toledo had a frost on the 93d.
3, Knoll Glen, of Wisoonsin, boasts
that he played marbles with Hayes.
"There's nothing in a name," or it
mutssIhave been "high-low" the boys
llaved.
All of the Jewish merchants of Cln
olnnatl, doing business in the line of A.
T. Stewatt & Co., have made a declara
tion of war against that house, owing to
the recent outrageous conduct of its
present head, Judge Hilton, towards
Mr. Sellgman.
The Molly Maguires seem to have re
commenced their devil's work already.
John Grady, a non-union miner, and a
man named Wan. Connor have been mur
- 4,ted, and lames McDermott and Mi
h-,el O'Brien, Stabe witnesses against
several of the men recently hanged, have
disappeared.
Hon. (. M. Beebe, who represents the
West Point District of New York In
Congress, has brought suit for libel
against one Robertson, who published
an artidle charging him with taking ten
per cent on a claim for $7000 allowed
three of his constituents while a mem
ber of the Legislature. Mr. Beebe was
one of the Democrats on the House
committee down here last winter, and
served with fudge New's sub-committee
sent to Baton Rouge and the Felicianas.
The first invoice of Grant's name
sakes are beginning to arrive and take
their stand by the side of the George
Washingtons and Benjamin Franklins
of the country. The first blossom, Mas
ter Ulysses 8. Grant, colored, was
nipped by an untimely frost. Born dur
ing Sheridan's raid in the valley, named
after the step-father of his country, at
the early age of fourteen he found a
refuge from this cruel world in the Vir
ginia Penitentiary on half a dozen dis
tinct charges of larceny.
The New York papers tried to work up
a sensation over Bennett's recent return
from Europe, by connecting it in some
way with the persecution growing out of
his duel with May, and they all wanted
to know what the District Attorney was
going to do about it. The pundits of
the press of New York seem not to know
thet no evidence on which to prosecute
can possibly be obtained under the
judgment of the courts sustaining the
aotion of Dr. Phelps in absolutely re
fusing to testify. The District Attorney
will have to suck his thumb over it.
A dead Brooklyn child tnderwent a
post-mortem examination the other day
sad when the body was returned to the
family for burial, the mother discovered
that its heart was missing, and she de
clared that it should never be buried
without a heart, and insisted that her
husband should seek the aid of the
police to recover it. The doctor meekly
delivered up the stolen heart, it was
returned to the child's body, and the
funeral then took place.
N. 0. PACIFIC RAILWAY.
All great works require continued
power to keep them in motion. The
great Corliss engine will stand motion
less without the power of steam.
The New Orleans Pacifie Railway,
now in its vigorous youth, cannot go
forward without the power of money.
The funds heretofore contributed have
been well applied, but its cash resources
are almost exhausted, and it needs pres
ent help.
The people of New Orleans desire and
Intend to have this road, and all they
want is confidence that it will be built.
The trouble is, that what is every
body's business is nobody's, and the
clommunlty, while intending to help,
still leave it to somebody else.
Now, as one mode of securing the gen
eral co-operation of the public in this
enterprise, the undersigned friends of
the road have now open, for a few days,
an office on the ground floor at No. 27
Camp street, where every inhabitant of
thioitly Is earnestly invited to call and
Interchange views, and to define what
he will do.
This Is intended to be the voluntary
action of the people, independent of any
other effort which may be made.
Every facility for imparting informa
tion will be extended, and the presence
of as many of the friends of the road as
possible is solicited, to aid by their
presence, their counsel and their means.
Edward J Gay, S lItrnsheim & Bro.
J I Adams & Co, Hlartwell & Chamlers.
Glover A. Odondahl. .1 It Kent , Co.
T McI)Dermott. W II Matthews & Br.
ES Keep & Sons,. Smith Bros & Co.
(Geo McCloskey. Sehiwanhaher & Hirsell.
E K Converse. .J M Schwartz,
James Me(lrath. Howard & lPreston.
F M Ziegler. Flshh. Lewis & Co.
ThosSimmsA Levy. Wallane,. ('arey & ('o.
JJ Irhy. L It Cain.
Joseph A Aiken. M W Joyee.
E Conery & Sons. Jlamos Jacekson.
Yaleo Bowling. KeiT'r Bros.
Page' & Moran. CE Girardy,.
Townsend & Lyman. Samuel Boyd.
Jurey & Gillis, John Phlt.s , Co..
John T'Hardio & Co.. Os.ar ('hopin
John B Latltte, Hqott, M'cGIehe.
jei7 1w
TO THE SUMMER TOURIST.
Those of our citizens who are fortunate enough
to be able to seek respite from the labors of the
business season just closed, and to recuperate
their energies at some of the many delightfu
summer resorts to be found in the Northern
States and Canada, will be glad to learn that the
old favorite Jackson route, under a vigorous and
efficient management, has become one of the
very beet travehig thoroughfares in the country.
Handreds of thousands of dollars have been
expended, as we are credibly informed, during
the past twelve months for new iron and steel
rails, new crossai-e and new bridges, and to.day
it may be safely said that no road south of the
Ohbi river surpasses the great Jackson route in
smoothness and perfect safety. We have had
eouasion, dnring the past few weeks, to travel
ites extensively over that ioad, and we can thus,
eom etual experience, bear witness to its ex
as in over urtienle which goes to consti
Lat a Zoouroll; ,.
NIEW ADVERTI'EM]ENT3.
WEST 1UND.
T"RMITNUMN. O. C. IL I. CO.-LAKE END.
This large and ex ons ive structure, erected by
the N. O. C. Railroad COmpany will be opien rnr
the accommodation of the oublie 8ATUiRDAY.
June so0. It is propose.d to mnake the WENT EN D
a resort long nedeod in New Orleans. whnee
ladies and hlidren,, unaccompanied by eseairt.
can spend the da in Family Bathlngs and Bles
ket Plenles enjo~lng the cool breezes of the
Lake, surron d,ot with all the comforts and
luxuries of horme. Refredhments of every do,
seription, w~th the exceution of spIrituous
liquors. always to he obtained. Ladies' reoepi
tlob rooms ta charge of female attendants. Til '
most d'llihtful buildings for Balls atd Vienics
in the loulth. Trains to and from WEIT END
every half hour till 10 p. m. The personal nt
tention of the undersigned will be given at all
tines for the convenience and comfort of plew
nre-seekers. A Musical Entertalomnent on
lnaugurliotn Day, MATUIIltAY. June :e. from
t p. m: to 9 p. m. J. KITTRED(E.
V 2 It M1Mnag.er West End.
THE URIP TIE AND PULLERS.
Editor D)cmocrat-You will please publish the
following letter, received by our agents in Bt.
Lotsu from the President of the St. Louis Com
press Company, and oblige
JOHN B. LAFITTE.
Presldent Louisiana Cotton TleOompany.
MT. LooUet OMPREs ( COMPANY,
Ht, Louis, Juno ., 1s77.
Messrs. D1. G. TuttA Co.:
Gentlemen-In fIeply to your inquiry for my
opinloa 1as to the merits of the '"rip" Tie and
Pullers of the Louisiana Cotton Tie Comnpany.
I will say that it was publicly tested in presence
of a large number of gentlemen, representing
the cotton and railroad interests of this city on
Ihe 5th Inst., and the expressions of approval of
its merits were universal. As there ate other
patents and inventions recently made, which I
have lot seen tested, covering the same princl
pDie, it would be improper at present for me to
give an opinion of Its superiority ever those
other inventions; but I can say in arneral terms
that the test of the Pullers I think, demon
strated beyond controversy the practicability of
taking u p the slack of the band at the comporess
and fastening It by machinery, so as to hold the
bale very nearly where the press puts it. This
is a OIRAT SrTr gained, aind one that. will prove
of immense value to tll transportation com
panies engaged in oarrying cotton, andl must
result in dlsplaing lil Ties tnat cannot housed
with a Puller.
Comnpresses arn' ht i Ith ndljluncte of tIrn Ilportla
tiosn 'conitaiit's., and11 olinirlOss comp o nies must,
keeo upi with the dlnallls of trans I oratrtol , or
like Othello "tlheir oleuplntion will he gone:ll
hence, I think the daivs io all hand tisn ro
nimbered, as nl titc an Ionl le used alt the gnll
or country press which is nit pran'tibr'ile at tlhe
cionl pres.
Very respectlfully. etc..
jje2!i . W. i'A IiAMORE. Presildent.
W. W. CLA lKl, JO)HN W. NORRIS,.
1'reslilent. Vice i're,.linl.
D. 'rYIElt ............ ,ecretary ind Treasurer.
I)IEBOLI,
SAFE AND LOCKI CO.
THE LEADING
S A. .E' E
IN THE WOll).
One of themn In the fire of the th inst. hlia the
DIAl and HANII,E completely mnllted ollrend
preservos its c(nlotuts uninlurell. lt ad the fol
lowing
Testlmonlal :
GALrve'Tow,. Julne 21, 177.
Mr. A. toy. Agent Diebold Hafe and Look Ci..
New Orleans, La.:
DICAR Int-The No. 14 Tlihebold Hafe purchased
of you some months sinceo wlnt through the
large conflagration of thn' Nth inst. It fell from
the second story of tib First National Bank
buildlog, and after remaining over forty-oight
hours In the bhrning ruins, it was removed. It
thIen presentcel a very had appearanio'. The
DIAL-and IHANDLE were oenmplntioly ME LTED
(OFF. The iron on tlie sIdelds and front was veryl
much bulged out, and itn manty places had al
must been melted off.
Considering the extreme heat towhich it Ihnd
been subjie ed, we feared greatly for its con
tents; but judge of our joy and surprise when.
on opening It, we fotnd all our l iooks and pa
pers In perfect condition. As thiswas only a
small safe, we think it stood a remarkable test.
arid we cannot too Iigahly recommend your safe
to the publio. Truly yours.
U. M. NEBLETT & (C).
PnrehaNers of S.tfes will consult their inter
oats by iuplu ing for estimates and dlagrams.
A. ROY,
Cow Peas-Cow Peas.
C1HOICE CAROLINA CLAY PEAS,
CLAY MIXED and other varieties.
bOO TONS C(OTTON SEED MEAL.
For sale by A. A. GREENWOOD & CO.,
je17 Im 47 Magazino street.
'10 PLANTERS AND FACTORS.
We are prepared to sell a few hundred sacks
(!OW P'EAS on three to six months' time, for
good eity arce(ptances.
A. A. GREENWOOD & CO..
j27 trf 47 Magazine street.
WATCIIE, WA I.IES, WATCHES.
I. C. LEVI'S,
IO ...............Canal street.......... .1O.
THE CHEAPEST WATCHES
Ever oltd n this city will he found in my
JEWELRY IETADLISIHMENT.
Doubloe(as English Patent Lever, is enrats
fine, from $15 to $0).
Swiss Lever Wathes for TLadies and Gentle
men. also 1s cerats fine. fromn $r25 to $75-all
heavy eases and of the best movement.
Stemnl Winders for Ladies and (ierntlimen, 18
carats fine. from Sto to $250.
Split Second and Chronographer at variois
prices.
Amerlean Levers. it and 'is car f in'e. from
$50 to $175.
Silver Double Case Amr'ican Lover, elses
weighing from 2% oz. to 4 oz., from $1t) to $io.
Stem Winders in proportion.
lides' Small Double Case Swiss Iovers
from $10 to $25.
All lthe above goods have boon selected witll
I.rC. LEVI.
je?4 14t No. 10 Canal Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
STATE OF LOUIRIANA,
Auditor's Office.
New Orleans. June 27, 1877.
The Auctioneers of the city of New Orleans
are particularly requested to como forward an 1
settle their a'mounts with the Stite for the
quarter ending June 30. 1877, witillu the first
ten lays of July. 1i77, and to bring their books
to this oflce at the samln time. so as to exhidit
their settleneants for previolus quarters, in de
fault of which they will be dealt with according
to law.
ALLEN JUMEL.
je27 St State Auditor.
BUY YOUR HATS
--FROM
C. o. D. HAT STORE,
No. 26st. Charles St., near Common.
All the latest styles in Men's Boys' and Chil
dres a HATS anrd CAPS T"IUNKS, THAVEL
ING BAGS and'JMBAEL'LAB. ap, am Su2p
MICELLAN EOUSl.
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS,
Which may be dlone with one-fourth the usua
explense. by using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
(Fifteen years established.)
MIXED READY FORl UHE.
Fire-Proof, Water-Proof, Durable,
Economical and Ornamental.
A roof may bIo covered with a very clhoni
shingle, and by ap ll' tion of tif tli sillie lt
tnl(tle( to iast from 20 ,o 25 tears. (lid roofR c('a
Ie pMatchd and colted, looking muielh better yn!
istmihiig longer thaln new hiinIgles without thi
slilte. for
One-third the (Coat of Rlehlinglliw.
The e'xpeny' of Mating 11w llhinrigles i, oIIi
srlout the o.set of simpnly laying thlrn. Ti'i
ptinlt is lire-proof against sparks or flying etli
tors, as may be easmily tested by any one'.
IT sTOPr EVERY LEAK,
and for tin or iron has no nqual. as it exptanDm
by heat, contracts by cold, and never cracks no1
scale'. Roofs coveredr with Tar Hheathing Fel
can be made water-tight at a small expense
and preserved for many years.
This Mlate Paint is
EX'RIEMELY CHEAP.
Two gallons will cover a hundred square feet o
shingle roof, while on tin, iron, iron. felt
matched boards, or any smooth surface, fron
tWo quarts to one galloin are required to IC
square feet of surface, and although the pain
ihas a heavy body it i(s oa!ly applied with:
brush.
No Tar Is Usedl In thin (omposition,
therefore. It neither eracks In Winter nor rune
in Bummer.
On decayed shin.Iles. It, flls the holes amn
pores, and gives a new substantial roof that wl!
last for years. Curled or warped shingles I
brings to their places, and keenps them there. I
fills up all holes in felt roofs, sttps the leaks
and although a slow drier, rain does not fneec
It a few hours after applying. As nearly al
paints that are black iontain tar, be sure rom
obtain our genuine artitlile, whioh (for shingl
roofs) is
CHOCOLATE COLOR,
wh.n first applied. ihanging ill abont a imontl
into ainitournl I slln i' r, and is, to till intent
andi piurptoses sate. Oln
TIN ROOFPS,
iour red olor is usually preferred, as one t'at I
quall l to) flv of lilly orlinary paint. For
BRICIK WALLI,
ourlright red i is hitenly rlihadt HllteoPnlil, eve
introdul't'ced thatr will enffoutllny prevenlt damp
ness from ptlnletraltin g Iarl discolring thi
plnster.
Tholse pints arll t e almo largely used on out
lhouses nm fm icaue, or au a priming moat otin flin
luildings.
iOr tonly colors art ('hecolnte. ld , rigli
led and Or(niree.
NIEW YORH C('AMI PIlclE LIIT.
1 flallon. ,1n1 anl box................... . $1 1
2 . ....
11 .. keg...... . 9
20 .. lf larr aI ........................ I1
ao .. lpo il bCl rro r ........h............... I
We ha vnin stook. f oair own ianufaelrtrl
rooling Inmaterills, etc.. at the followinlg lo
price :
1.991 rolls, extra IRubber Roofing, at thri
centas per (sqlluar foot. ((Or we will furnish Rul
ber llrofng Nail-, CapR anrd Sla'e Paint for a
enlltire now roof, at 4 ('rents par squllare foot.)
199)m rolls 2-ply Tarreld hoofillng Felt at I'
rents per squtare foot.
:i.o1(1 rolls :1-ply Tlarred Roofing Flt at 2 t. cn
per lqullr foot.
200 rolls Tarred 4heathing, at ( cent rf
square foot.
5rn.igallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed rend
for us1 on inside or outside work. 52 per gallol
all shaemls.
10wo Bbles Hlat Flour .............er bbl. 2a I
Ioo9) .. HSoaistone Flour ........ .. . :
10oo .. G(rafton Mineral......... .. :1 (
1000 .. Metalloe Paint, dry....... .. a (
Sipnieleal pricel per toll or ear load lots.
All orders mu-t be a'oompanied with th
money or subjeot to so days d raft on well knowv
part:es.
N. Y. SLATR PINT ('OMPANY,
je2t 102 and 104 Malden Laln, New York.
MUMMER CLOTHING
-AT
WHEELER & P'IERSON',
13 and 15 Camp Street.
New (noods Received by Expres s an
Offered at Low Prices:
Blak AlpaRa FROCKS and SACKS.
Now French Diagonal FROCKS and VESTS.
Youths' Black Diagonal COATS. $5 to $12.
White D1uk VESTS. sI, $2 to 3 1o0.
Cheap CASSIMERE SUITS. all prices.
Gauie UNDERSHIRTS, o0. 75i, and $1.
Jean DRAWERS, 75c and $1.
Boys' SUITH, for Rsihool and dress.
New BOWS, SCARFS, COLLARS, etc.
ALL FRESH GOODM, LOW PRICES.
Polite attention at
Wheeler & Pierson's,
Buceessors to Pierson & lewes and Darey i
Whaeler.
stalrs at low Dpries. jell tjyl
JAMES 1). EI)WARID
(Successor to Daniel and .1. D. Edwards.)
STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGID
EERS' SUPPLIES,
MInufacturor of the most improved
STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING NUIGA8
And iv'fry doscription of
Copper, Brass and hLeet-Iron Work.
Deialor in Iron Piil and Fittings for H.San
Wa.ter or (li.s; I.rass and'l Iron Valves; Cockk
Oil (tlohes; steam and Water (Gauges; Boll.
Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nuts; Le,
Screws; Wa.shers; RIivts: Ui'tern. Well an
Force Pumps: Brass and Iron Wire Cloth; Rut
ber, Lubricating and H.mop Pa]cklg; Rut
ber lose; Belting; Lulhrlcating. Lard, Signa
Linseed and Headlight Oils; White Lead; Cot
ton Waste; Cotton trem P'acking; (Gas Pip
Stocks and Dies; I'ipo Cuttersl: Tonge
Wrenches: Pipe Vises; Jack Screws; Flu
Brushes; Flu., Scrapers. etc.
Agent for the
CAMERON MPECIAL %TEAM PUMP
-For
PUMPIN( .I U ICE AN D SUPPLYING BOILER:>
Send for Price List.
JAMES D. EDWARDS,
22, 24. 2.6 2Iand 28 Front and 21. 23. 25 and 27 )Delt
str tt, New Orleans. je2l '77 ly
FITS, EPILEPSY,
-OR
FALLING SICKNESS,
PERMANENTLY CURED-NO HUMBUG--!1
ONE MONTH'S USE OF DR. GOULARD'S c(ELE
BRATED INFALLIBLE FItr POWDERS. Ti
convince sufferers that these powders will do al
we cl.im for them, we will send them by mail
PoST PAID, a FRET TRIAL BOX. As Dr
Goulard isthe only physician who has ever made
this disease a special study. and as toou, knowl
edge thousands have been PERMANENTLI
CURED by the us.r of thnee POw )ERS, WI
WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure it
every ea sc or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY
EXPENDED. All sufferers should kive these
powders an early trial; and be convinced o;
their curative powers.
Price, for large box, $3, or four boxes for 810
sent by mail to any part of the United States 01
Canada on receipt or price, orby express C. O. D.
Address.
ASH & ROBBINS,
apl6 ly 360 Fulton street, Brooklyp N. Y.
SPEOIAL NOTICES.
New Orleans, June 19, 1577--From at
after date MB. EMILE P. ROUX holds my ft
power of attorney, as per act passed before A
drew Hero, Jr.. notary, of even-date herewit
je26 t MAItRHALL ,J. H. ITI,
Notice.-In view of the election to 1
held on the ,crond, of )Jtuly next, the stockhol
eta of the Importer's lBonded Warehout
who desire a 'Ihatngo iIn hb atmlinist ation, a
invitedt to tntet. att tleh otlllc of Mr. E. Itermude
146 IRoyal trot,l. on FItlI)AY, June 29, 1877,
G Pi. m.
js 82t* HEVERAL HTOCKHOLIERH.
S Notlee--At a rKular meetingr of the D
Srectors of tlho (itizns' IBank or JLotuiiana, he
this state, Mr. JOHN (I. (iAINEH tendereld h
0 rReigrnattln na President of the rtank, which b
In;g ane.,tedl. Mr E L. (IA H11l IitE was unatl
motsly ,lectetd I'resident pro trnm.
. ALH. .1. 'TA It F1TON, (Cashler.
New Orlnann, June s2, 1877. j,17 at
New Orleans National Bank-New O
leans, June 27e, 177.-At the meeting of tl
Board of L)ireontors held this day, a dividend
Four Per Cent was deolared payable on at
r afer MONDAY, July 2, 1877. to all stockholde
It who have pail the assessment, called for June
º1874. WM. PALFIIEY.
je27 1W Cashier.
New Orleans Canal and Ranking Can
pany New Orleans, June 2,. 1877.-At a speei
meeting of the Board of Directors held TH
DAY, a semi-annual dividend of four per ce
Swas dteelaredl. payable to the stookholders r
N and after the first Monday of July next.
it je2ie t CH. JUMONVILLE. C~ahier,
a tate and City Taxes Mattled at a Li
eral discount, by W. T. MORGAN, Broker,
je24 1W 1189 Oravier street
For the Lake - Offme of New Orleal
r CIty fRailroad (Company, No. 124 Canal street
I1 New Orleans, May 221877.-Ufntil further notl
It trains for the Lake will leave the oity every hot
Et from 7 o'clock a. m. to a o'clock p. m., cr
- every half hour from a p m. to 9:30 p. m. T
1t last trainlwlli leave the Lake End at 10:ae o'clo
ii p.m.
u my2s trf .O.. LEWIS, Secretary
LOST OR MISLAID.
rth
I"s - OHT OR MISLAID--FIVE PROMIRSO1i
1 nolte, each for tho sum of one th ,usar
dollars drawn and signed by WILLIAM I
HOLLINOGHWORTII, to his own ordlr, and I
hirm Indorsed, dated parish Ht.JohntheBapth
February 19.1872, and payable respnotively, $10
on lSt January, 187 i; $10( on let .Jily,lB87; $1
onr ll 1st July 1874; 81000 on Ist January, 1875, at
$1000 on lst July, 1875, payable with interest
is the rate of eight per cont. oer annum from thn
respective matulri'les un'il paid. Maid not,
t- paraphed "No Varitur" by Zeoon Mille' Dep
no ty Ilecorder of said parish. The finder w
please return the sarme to the officen of Julkl
lht Micbel, attorney at law, N-o. 50 tIXr'hange Alle
N. O. Litigious rights gre attached to sa
noten. je2 3tn.w 1in
I OHT--A CERTAIN I'OMIROII Y NOT
rIn in words and figlres as foHllows:
~ O8,(110. NEW OnRLEANR, FPbruary 23, 1872.
e T'hren years after dhte wo promise to pay
S10 tie ordler of oursolvos Five Thousand nollar
{ l valllue r volved, with Int.rco-t at the rate of Pig
0) per ri'c t ter annum from maturity until pal
25 t(igned) E. (I. MAIRMI' HE,
(,, Signed) per pro U. A. MARMI('HE,
oW E. G. MARMICIIE,
Endorsaed: E. G. MARMICIIE.
ro er tipro U. A. MARMiCHE.
- E. G. MAIIMICHE.
an Paraphed No VariPtor, secured by mortgap
and duly stamped New Orleans, Iebruary :
i 1872.
Hilgned) A. E. BIENVEN.U, Notary Public,
'nt Th' lnote wois filed by the Citi~Oms' Bank.
suit No. 2.3r. of the lt1,10 8uPorlor Dl)Rtrlet CoU
Der intfiled CitiznsR' Bank of Ioniilana vs. F.
I)ucros, landi the said note cannot n w be foun
ly AIMANI) ITOT.
ft Attorney of the Citiz, ns' Bank of loullisian
New Orleans. June 16.1877. jei1 2411
0n1
w IRON COTTON TI
'vn IMPORTANT
SPECIAL NOTICE.
In view of the constantly Inereasing popularl
and demand for the
CELEBR4TED ARROW TIF,
The universally n+"
recognized favor I; ptf ,.-I
itos Tie of P'lant- °_
men and Ship
pers of Cotton
generally theo
Amoriean Cotton
Tie Company.
I Imitedsole pro
prietors and
rmanuf -eturers of aid Tie. con
manding unequaled facilitle
have, ill aidition to their lars
stocrk now on hand, contract,
uf for increased quantities, suni
elent to meet the largest deman
for Cotton Ties. to cover the enth
crop of the coming season, an
, now, through tieir agents generally, offer tt
POI'ULAIt and IRIRE'HRESIBLE
ARROW TIE
At $2 50 Per Bundle
Iess 234 per cent discount for cash. In bundle
cormpleti, LESS THAN '('HE MARKET VALU
OF I'LAIN HOOP IRON; and it being the pu)
.pose 1 the Company to merit the continue
patronage of the P' alntlng community and t
defy atl competition that may arise, their Agent
are insltrultd to contrac't with )Dealers, Factor
and Counltry Morehants at the above name
prire and terms for future delivery up to th
first of August in quantities lo Iimay be requite,
from time to timre, sttlenments biink made o
delivery.
No competition arrests the Progrers a
, the ARROW TIE. It Is ever onward
In Its course as 8tlreams flow
to the Ocean.
SEE THEII FOLLOWING( CERTIFICATES AIDRESSEI
TO COMPANY'S AGENTR.
i(. (lenllmen-Jt afTfrds me great pleasure t
it- ptese'lt youll with this statement, as evidence o
e our high apireciation of the value of the AR
s; RoW TI E, as a fastening for Cotton Bales.
S We halve u1se(l it constantly in oullr Presse
sines its idtrodluction, having found no othe
Tie that 'can compare with it in utility. durabill
ty and strength, and from our own exporiened
we c'an safely recommend it to planters as th,
BEST TIE we have seeMn.
Pressing from live to seven hundred hales pe
lday, when running full time, we fin1 it, to oni
inter' Mt to lplrc'hasit Iheo ARIJO)W BUCKLE fr.ion
yol for the ulrp'sie of replacing any othel
, bucrkle that, may be on the bale. taking the
others off end throwing them in the scrap pDil
to be sold as old iron.
You s truly
(Sigled) A. P. LUFKIN. Superintendlnt.
Southern 7otton J'rce- Company I'resbcs.
a NA' TOYti' I (OMPREHS,
MERCHANTS' " Galveston.
NEW WHARF
I take pleasure in stating that slnce my
superintrenlncy of the 'larnters' Press, wehahv
been constantly using the ARROW TIE. Ii
gives entlire satisaction. and our pressmer
refer tile Band and Buckle to any that the
have ver t used.
I am yours very trllv.
(Signed) F.R. LUBBOCK.
Siperintenelont.
1 The aboveris Indorsed by Cotton I'ress en o1
i. Nw Orlerans. MobIle. Savannah. Charleston
r. Norfolk. Wilmington and Petersburg.
' Thanks to planters throughout all the Cotton
- States for the lieral support and patronage ol
Y the ARRLOW TIE.
R. W. RLAYNE & CO.,
r General Agents,
Sje 2p lm d&w NEW ORLEANS.
ME LINGAN,
ATTOR'EY AND OUNiSELLOR IT LAWI
ryC 122 GrrIer street.
WAIINT.
d *ITUATIONS1 WArNTEI-FVEALU. t
il Cooks, Nurses. Chambermards, Etc.,
n- TANTED - A HITUATIQN BY A COL
h ored womn., t + nurse ahd do housework.
Willing to travel. Good references given. Call
at No. e9 tt. James street, corner St. Thomas.
iona tw
- AN'ltED-BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUA
Slon as Nurse and tot do housework. Ad
ro dress II., l)emorat office. jol at
SW ANTED-BY A ItERPECTABLE WOMAN,
a situation in a private family as Cook.
Reforonce given, if required. Address M. 1.,
lDemocrat'nflice. jeI7 at
l WANTED--BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, 17
i years oldl. a situation to do housework or
nurse; references given If required. Address
E. B., this offiet. jeaO.lw
W ANTED - A SITUATION AR SEAM
stre.s, or to take care of children. No ob
jection to country or traveling. Address 'M. O.
C., Democrat office. jo~i 1w
to TANTED-A WHITE NURSE, WELL RE
_ commended, at 87a Canal street. je2o 1w
* TATANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUA
L, V tion to go wlh a family Nor'h or else
where, as Nurse. Wages no object. Good refer
ence. Address A. G., this office. Je2 1w
h* IATANTED-A SITUATION TO DO HOUSE
II V work, by a respectable girl. Address K.
[H C., this office. jesi tw
fit 7 ANTED - A SITUATION AR COOK.
VY Will help in doing plain washing. Ad
dress D. C., this office. jes Tyw
I W ANTED--BY A (RESPECTABLE YOUNG
lady, between the age of 1s and 22, a situ
ation as Cook. or to do housework in a family.
Address L. G., Democrat office, je24
Is W ANTED-A SITUATION AS COOK OR
dining-room Mervant, by a re-pectahle
te old lady. Address Y., Democrat office. jes2
STTANTED-- BY A YOUNG MARRIED
se A V lady-a situation in a respectabh family
,k to do cooking or housework " best of references
given If required. Address L. G., this offiooe.
je24 1w
STITANT ED-A SITUATION AS NURRE. WILL
assist. in house work aind also in sewing.
Best of referencen iven. Address Mrs. O'DON
AL), Democrat, _at(e.. je21 1w
id TITANTED - BY TWO RESPECTABLE
. girls-situations--one asa nurse,the other
y general housework, cooking, etc. in a private
t, family. Addlress P. and M., this office. je2l 1w
0 Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
id W ANTED- BY A COMPETENT SEAM
at stress. a situation of any kind in a private
ir family. No objection to go to the country or
as travel. Addrtss M. 0., this office. jewllat
ill IHousekeepers.
n TANTED-BY AMIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
y a situation as- housekeeper; willing to
d travel. Addrers M. N., this office. jel iw
Wet Nurses.
E. TITANTED)-BY A YOUNG COLORED WO
man--a situation as wet nurse, Addross
M. M. J..this office. jell w
s SITUATIONS WANTFD--IIALEN.
. TI ANTEDI-BY A (IENTLEMAN.YORMERLY
V tditor of n Mississippi paper, a situation
aS traveling and soliciting agent. lsn an ox
tetlsivet Ic.q tiaintlleti throughout the Hrouthwest.
Having ekt'DrinllcIn in this line of iusinss, and
being tspSir'ally inclindt to it., feels confitnnt of
afforlling satisfal'tlion to employers. Alddress
B., this ofolst'. _je!l
13 ATANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN A SITUA
VV tion f anlty kind, whoi ctan furnish the
in htst of rt'ferencrs. Addlress at Nto. 49 Toulouse
rt, street, to F. A. jei2.
A. ATANTEID-BY A MARRIED MAN-EM
d. VT ploymennt either as clerk, warehouseman
or driver of ita agon: is well acqtuainted with
a. the city; will work for a moderate salary; city
retereuces given. 'leasu adtldress J. W., this
office. J21 tw
Clerks and salesmen.
W AN'TED-A YOUNG MAN WRITINGt A
good usllllns hand lind willing to work
for a moderate sunl. Address IA MEH FRANCIS,
D)emtorat ,fflce. je29lw
W ANTED-A SITUATION AM CLERK.
Good references givetn. Address M. MC
MILLAN, No, 11 Mandtville street, city.
jell 1w
WT ANTED--A SITUATION BY A 1OY 12
I ytears old-can write a good hand ; in an
Office to sweep or do anything that is requlired;
is just itaving school. Addlress J. B.. this office.
je!,s at
ATANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, TWENTY
VT two years old, a iposit.ion tst cierk in a gro
c'ry store, or porter in tnly storeO can give
good reforennce. Adttdress PETEIISON, r,
North Johntson strett. jes 1w
W ANTED.-A BOOK-KEEPER AND GRO
cer'schlerk desires employment. If salary
onilyamousts too Iter nloith. Unexception
atticbl rferences. Address D. D. D., Democrat
offier. __ I 1w
W ANTEID-A SITUATION AS 8HIPPING
and rcnlving clerk: can furnish the best of
ty references. Aeddress GEORGE, 4l Carondelet
street. jell 1w
W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
tion as clerk in It cigar store. Hus had
some experitnce in tile business. References
given if inqulred. Atdress W. t. C., this office.
j,'23----------------..
.. . 28 __, - . .. -_
WVANTED-PUPILO .
TANTED-PUPILH FOR A FRENCH CLASH.
V Addre-s .4) Orleans street. je24 7t
W ANTED-BY A TEACHER. A POSITION
to terah. In either a family or a school,
for hoard for self and two children. AOdress
," D,"this offmce. je24 tf
Is.
TO RENT--ROOMM.
F1- lURNISHED ANDT) UNFURNISHED ROOMS
Id -to rent, from $1 to $15 per montn. Ap ly at
ro No. 195 Carondelet street, near Julia, Mrs. M. E.
id BLANCHARID. . je29 at
1e ANTED-TO RENT FURNISHED-THE
whole or part of the house 0 No. 1l0 St.
Charles stre, t. Terms very low. jeM iW
W ANTED-TO RENT TO A GENTLEMAN
'sv and wife a nicely furnished front room at
E the hmuse No. 310 at. Charles street. Terms, fifty
r- dollars je241W
o fBoarders.
W ANTED-BOARIDERS AT 82 CHARTIiJ:'
St rn..t. jo,"Lt7'
'(1 -- ----
e MInCELLANEOU~..
n ANTED-A CARPENTER WHO HAS F AD
some experience in running wooEd-work
,f Ing machinery. Address W. L. je29 It*
W ANTED-BY A IIR.PECTABLE YOUNG
a rIn, a situation of any kind. Address A..
this offi(:e, j029 3t
p W ANTED-LEAD-HIGHEST PRIDE P ID
for old lIdl. bullets, etc. 0. L. RANLETT
& C(O.. 'orner P'eters and (Gravier. jirn9 tf
f ANTED-ONE BAG MAKER: (I and B.
. maushine used. Two Hail Makers: good
stit'the'rs requiresd. Apply to D. L. RANLETT
5 & CO.. corneP'Gravier arid 'Peters street.
r je29t f
ANTED.-A YOUNG MAN HAVING LEIS
Slire time after :) p. in. would be pleased to
se('lIre a position, for a small remuneration, in
any bosiness to which he :can devote, that timrne
r to. Rfernce, given, if required. Pleaso aul
SIrnEDI)DY. Demoerat offlb. je2s 1W
r W ANTED-OCUPIANTS WITHOUT CliII
e drTen for the furnished cottage house No.
e 402 St. Andrew street. Rent $35 per month. Ap
ply on thei Drmises after 3 D. m. je2! 2t*
W ANTED-TO TAKE CHARGE OF A FUR
nishled house for the su.nmer. by a widow
lady. with good references. Address Mrs. B.
lock box 1884, P. O. je27 1w
W ANTED- BILLS FOR COLLECTION.
r Particular attention paid to the collertlion
of all bills entrusted to my eare. The under
signed will make as arrangement with mer
chants, physicians or any one having bills for
collection, at a small salary, or very small per
eontage. Satisfaction guaranteed and the very
best of recommendations furnished as to hon
esty and canaeity. Address COLLECTOR. care
Democrat Office. _i27 tf
IATANTED-BY A TEACHER, THE CRE
' of a house from the 1st of July to the 1st of
t November. Satisfactory references will be
f given. Address D., this office. je24 tf
WeANTED-A FINE WASHER AND IRONER
immediately at 411 Camp street. None b
those fully competent need apply. je2-3 1W
XW ANTED-A YOUNG MAN TWENTY-FOUR I
VT years of age wishes employml nt of any
kind; is willing to give his services gratis for
the summer; will go in the country. Address
J. G., Democrat office c je21
STATIONERY AND MUSIC-sao MAGAZINE
je street. Pianos Tuned for i tie.
jeliti D. LEECH.
WAAV'
HNLP WAWTN R-FIPfAL2a.
Ilbambermaigs, Cooks, Nurses, ete.
iITANTBD-AT LABOR AGENCY 129 GI0IOD
Snor Ump street, estnhlished In 1847 ten
II CookLaneresses and IHuso Girls.j WtM.
.W ANTED-A GIRL TO DO HOUHEWORK;
S German preferredl. Apply at 152 Jackson
I street, near the Frenchllurch. ijll Iw
WT ANTED-A GIRL TO TAKECOHARGE OF
I child two years old, and nmeist In house
. work. Apply at 0 lFnlcilty. Rieferone required.
- TANTED-IN THE COUNTHY, MAN
17 V his wife. Min ti, attend stable an
ur chores; woman to rook and do hous
is Apvp to JAMIE WIIKINION, No. a
I-
-EXCURSIONS.
EXCURsION TO TIlE oU14i.
AN FCUitI.HON TRIP 31 THE ,
Sl .d ulf, via Bayou ILaourht -,Tho
astoamer
EUREKA,
E Leaving Now Orleans THUIJBDAY, July 5.
' remaining at the sea shore Saturday, Sunday
and Mondpy. returning Tuesday morning.
Fare for the round trip (including meals and
stateroom) $10. je21
u- COPARTNERS.IPSl
- TISOLUTION OF PARTNBBISHIP-THB
IR copartnership heretofore existing under
ie the name and style of BERiOUD & NT, ar
riage manufacturers, at Nos. 70 ant 72 St. Jm.
-epl street1 is this day dissolved by mutual xon
D sent. P. BEROUD will continue the business
ly on his own account. P, BEROUD,
DR JACOB bINDT.
New Orleans, June 27.1877. jo27 at*
- ISHBOLOTION OF I'AItTNEBHHJP-THE
j, p rtng rship heretofore existing between
Sthe subscribers under the stylo of GAINES &
Y ELF is hereby dlssolvod by mutual consent.
J. o. GINES Is charged with te liquidation
of the affairs of the firm, and partles indebted
Eto the firm will make payment to him.
pr *INO. G. GAINEH,
t H. Z. RELF.
w 100 Canal street.
New Orleans, June 21, 1877. j02 lo0t
E- rIIHI UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIATED
to J themselvne, for the erwtien of Law under
r the firm name of BItAUHHN, BUCK & DIN
KEI&LPIEL. and will be found at the oflce No,.
17 Commercial Place
GEORGE H. BRAUGHN,
CHARLES F. BUCK.
to MAX. DINKELSPIEL,
New Orleans, June 20, 1877. je21 10t
RMB. HENRY BEER HAS THIS DAY WITH
. drawn from our firm, the style of which
s remains unchanged.
LEHMAN, ABBAIIAM & COL
New Orleans. June 1, 1877. jel Irn
vl . TR RU. WT
700 CAN'T-GET-AWAYS-F U R N 8 H E D
L Rooms, with meals and refreshments at all
i hours. Terms reasonable. At F. 8CHRODER'S
S(arrollton Family Garden, corner Lovee andi
Hhort streets, Carroilton, jo2 7t*
TOR RENT-THE COTTAGE, NO. 143 ELY
1' sian Fields street, con'ainin eight rooms
t kitchen, servant's room, two wells and a cits
tern, together with several large lots and stable.
- The above Is suitable for a large dairy, dray
. men or a gardenor. Iltnt cheap to a good
tenant. Apply at No. 146 Carondelet stroot.
jeos tf
S itOR RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A COTTAGE
on lakesholo, coInmletely furnished., near
Colome's Hotel. Parties renting the above can
obtain boarders, which will more than defray
k expoenss. or partibulars c(all at No. 140 Caron.
k delet street. je28 tf
TO RIENT-ItOOMH-AT No. 82 CHABTRE -
street. je24 7t
f. IO IRENT--A COMFORTABLE COTTAGE
L- in good order, situated on Priour, betwoern
Poyd ras and Lafayette streets, will be rented to
a prompt paying tenant for eight dollars per
2 month. Apply next door. J24 ft
n FOOR RENT--OTTAGE, 18o WABBINGTON,
; street. near Magaine. Rent 530. je7 tf
BOARDING.
S ELECT PRIVATE BOARDING--OMFORTT
ably lurnlshed front rooms can be obtained,
with or without board, by the day, week o'
month, by applying at the elegant private re..
)- deuce No. 140 Caronldelet street. Parties In
y search of home comforts will find this a rare
t- opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to
it the house. References exchanged. jess t
- ENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVE8, OR 8IN..
A gle gentlemen, can be accommodated witl
)f large. airy and elegantly furnished rooms
3t southern exposure, with or without board. Rena
cheap for the summer, at 224 Common street,
corner of Dryades. jel7
d 1t61 CARONDgLET ISTRIET; IN THE
la s l most desirable boarding-house in the
. city, in a cool and bre.y looation, two hand.
somelyv fluhished 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
Sboard. Also, other rooms on the same floor.
These rooms are especinlly suited to persons=
y who are compelled to spend the summer here
and desire to avoid the heat and discomfort ot
a New Orleans summer. Jea Im
FOR SALE.
SFOR SALE-A PARTY HAVING $2000 or 38000
t cseb can secure a half interest in an old es
tablished manufacturing business that pays a
handsome profit. Address H. N.. this office.
je;29 at*
For Sale.
A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MAOHINE,.
new and in perfect order, will be sold very
chean. Addressm MAflcHNt lum.n. t nmnn
myl tI
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CITIZENS' NAVINGS BA1 K,
S(A Bank for Hmall Havings)
n GRUNEWALD HALL,
2 ...... ...... Baronne htreet... ........... 2
SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTER.
. This Havings Bank will re eive on deposit and
e Day interest a the rat, of , per cent per annum
on such small sums of money a.e may from time
-to time be offered therefor by meehanics, leks.
E minors and others, thuns seeuring protection
i from robbery, aecideat ,or fraud, andalsoafford
e ing a m.ns of profit on savings by the semi
ani lintereet paid.
R provision of law. married women
1Iors can dsqposiu money In their own
ct can be drawn by themselves only.
its cannot be controlled by hus
IF parents or tutors.
y Appy for Charter and Ppy-Laws.
r J. L. GUBEB ATOR President.
s . BENNEB, Cashier.
DMRErons :
J. T.. UBERNATOR. E. W. HUNTINGTO
SE. P. CHAMPLTN M BENNEB.
LOU41 GRUNEWALD.
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