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To the Capitalists, Property Holders and
C0tisens of New Orleans.. Ihe undersigned, presidents of banks and Insurance companies of this city, feeling deep ly the great importance of railroad conneo tion between New Orleans and the State of Texas, and believing that the present is the most favorable time we can ever have to build such a road, and knowing that the New Or leans Pacific Railroad Company are about to place before our people a sub * scription to the second mortgage beonds to the extent of $6075,000, the proceeds of which will finish the grading, bridge and crose-tie the entire road from Bayou Goula to Marshall and Shreveport, which, when done, will enable the directory to make a first mort gage debt of not to exceed $10,000 per mile, sufficent to put down steel rails, build sta tion-houses, turn-outs, and place locomotives and cars for two passenger trains each way, daily, and at least 800 freight cars and locomo tives to drive them--thereby putting the en tire road in complete condition for freight and passenger traffic at a cost of less than $15,000 per mile, the smallest cost of any rail road, per mile, in this or any other country; and further believing that some of otfciti zens may not have sufficient knowledge of or confidence in these securities, and doubting the ability on the part of the stockholders to complete the road, the undersigned deem it not improper, at this crisis and juncture in this great enterprise, the success of which secures the future welfare and prosperity of our State and city, to place before you, under our sig natures, our entire confidence, after careful examination, both as to the certainty that the road will be built speedily, if these second mortgage bonds are taken, and also that the bonds will prove a first-class seven per cent per annum interest paying investment. And we further give it as our opinion that these bonds will have a standing in our stock market, and will be received by our several ---nstitutions -as security- for loans with as much readiness as any other seven per cent securities of our State. We unhesitatingly commend these bonds for investment, for the reason that when the road is completed the revenues are morally certain to not only pay the interest on the bonds, but give handsome dividends to the stockholders. If this loan is not taken, the work on the road must be abandoned, and all subscriptions to stock now made be greatly jeopardized. It will be a stigma and disgrace on our peo pie to fall in completing this connection with our prosperous sister State, and we earnestly urge the attention of our capitalists, our moneyed men, our corporations, and all classes of our citizens to come forward and subscribe to the loan. Books for subscription will be found at the office of the company, and at the offices of all the corporations represented by the under signed: O(lo. JONAS, President Canal Bank. SA'L H. KENNEDY, President State National Bank. A. BALDWIN, President New Orleans National Bank. E. L. CAnRreEE, President Citizens' Bank. J. C. MoRnms, President Hibernia National Bank. L. B. CAIN, President Germania National Bank. DAVID URnqnAiwr, President New Orleans Savings Institution. J. H. OOLEsBY, President Louisiana Naticnal Bank. C. KomN, President Union National Bank. JAMES JACKSON, Vice President Louisiana Savings Bank. JNo. T. HARDIE, President Mutual National Bank. Taos. A. ADAMs, President Crescent Mutual Insurance Company. ED. A. PALFREY, President Factors' and Traders' Ins. Co. JNo. HENDEIRON, President Hibernia Ins. Company. J. TuTEs, President N. O. Insurance Co. M. MUssoN, President N. O. Insurance Asso ciation. LLOYD It. COLEMAN, President M. and Trad ers' Ins. Co. ERNzST PRAOST, President People's Ins. Co. E. MAIER, Secretary Germania Ins. Co. H. PEYCHAUD, President Hope Ins. Co. A. CRIAPELLA, President Union Ins. Co. W. B. SCHxIDT, President Teutonia Ins. Co. je30 7t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST RECEIVED A full assortment of French Medicinal Herbs, Roots and Flowers. French Subnltrate BISMUTH. French Powdered GUM ARABIC. French Evaporating DISHES. French Patent MEDICINES, etc., etc. For sale by P. L. CUSACHS, jy3 4 7 8 37 Royal street. $2 00. $2 00. $2 00. Cowv Peas. Cow Peas. PLANTERS AND FACTORS ATTENTION. We will close but the balance of our Stock. he only Peas in market, at TWO DOLLARS per bushel for mixed and Whippoorwills. A. A. GREENWOOD & CO.. jeolt m * 47 Magazine street. WATCHES, WA ICfLES, WATCHES. L C. LEVI'S, lOb ..............Canal street..............108 THE CHEAPEST WATCHES Ever sold n this city will be found in my JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT. Double Case English Patent Lever, 18 carats fine, from $06 to $1,0. Swiss Lever Watches for Ladies and Gentle men. also 18 carats fine, from $25 to $75-all heavy cases and of the best movement, Stem Winders for Ladies and Gentlemen, 18 carats fine, from 40e to $25o. Split Second and Chronographer at various prioes. American Levers. 14 and 18 carats fine, from 360 to $175. Silver Double Case American Lever, cases weighing from 2% oz. to 4 oz., from $10 to $40. Stem Winders in proportion. Ladies' Small Double Case Swiss Levers, from $10 to 05. All the above goods have been selected with care by L C. LEVI, -attM No. sIo Canl0 teet k BANK STATEMENTS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE MUTUAL NATIONAL BANK At New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana, at the close of business on Friday. June 22. 1877. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.................... ss 10 Overdrafts ................................ 1,o6 oa0 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.... 50.000 oo Other stocks, bonds and mortgages... 750 56 Due from approved reserve agents.. 79,096 27 Due from other national banks...... 33,947 00 Due from State banks and bankers.. 2,391 78 Real estate, furniture and fixtures... 48,80. 84 Current expenses and taxes paid.... 11,361 40 Premiums paid ....................... 9.98 72 Cheeks and other cash items,......... : o0 Exchanges for Clearing House..................$23,558 01 Bills of other banks.... . 78,100 o00 Fractional currency (in cluding nickels)........ o09 88 Specie (including" gold treasury notes)......... 6,419 64 Legal tender notes....2.....282.000 00- 390,388 02 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treas urer (five per cent of circulation). 2,250 00 Total ............. ...............1 ,069,729 71 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in.................. $3,00,000 o Surplus fund.......................... 107,591; 64 Undivided proflis.................... 3s,22 88 National bank notes outstanding.... 45,000 0o Dividends unpaid ................. 295 25 Individual deposits subject to check. 571,434 54 Demand certificates of deposit....... 2,600 oo Certified checks........... ......... 1.113 oo Duo to other national banks.......... 551 15 Due to State banks and bankers...... 7,917 22 Total........ ..................... 1,089.729 71 State of Louisiana. parish of Orleans. I. Joseph Mitchel, Cashier of the above named bankdo solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOSEPH MITCHEL. C'ashlier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this ;th day of .July. 1877. JULES MOSSY, Notary Public. Correct-At test: J. C. VAN WICKLE. P. FOURCHY, LLOYD B. COLEMAN, jy7 It Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE METROPOLITAN LOAN AND NAVINGS BANK, At the close of business June 30, 1877. ASSETS. Real Estate .............................. $585 00 State and City Securities and Stocks. 6,253 03 Loans maturing within so days........ 123,153 22 Loans maturing after 9o days.......... 99,889 43 Loans on demand............. .. ... . 40o.9 co New York exchange .................... 66 33 Furniture and fixtures................. 1,500 00oo Current expenses....................... 1,362 6 Cash items-Gold and silver coin. United States and National Bank notes, and checks on local banks.. 47,275 375 $829.665 0o LIABILITIES, Stock paid in .......................<.....120.569 00 Reserve funds.......................... 106928 55 Undivided profits....... . .......... 5,19 74 Interest boaring deposits............ 22,22:3 63 Non-interest bearing deposits........ 61,206 12 Unpaid dividends..................... 12,918 00 8329.665 01 Tpe above statement is correct and true. T. D. VAN HORN. Cashier. LOUIS LEONHARD. Directors. A. CHAPSKY, r Sworn to and subscribed before me, July 3, A. D. 1877, W. B. KLEINPETER. Notary Public. Published in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 91 of 1877. A. DUBUCLET, jy7 It State Treasurer. MISOBELLANEOUS. PLANTERS' SEAMLESS COTION IBAIF, FOR PICKING COTTON, All complete, made any length desired: the best and cheapest article for the pur pose now known, for the following rea sons. viz: Woven of double and twistedlottoln thread-same used in grain bags-and therefore of double durability of osnaburgs or any other material used. Also-BAGGING of same material, in 30-yard pieces, to be cut as may be desired, into bags of any length. If taken care of these bags will wear many seasons, or, if wished, after picking is over. can be cut up and made into wearing apparel. The goods are only to be seen and examined to convince planters that for cheapness, dura bility, and adaptation to the purpose, there is nothing equal tothese Bags and Bagging. We have also on hand GRAINBAGS of the same material as above, holding two, two and one-half, and three bushels each. For sale by OGDEN & BELL, Sole Agents and Dealers in Baling Stuffs, jyl 1w 18 Union street. ST. JAMES HOTEL, ON MAGAZINE STREET, Between Gravier and Natchez. New Orleans, La. GEN. CHAS. E. SMEDES, Proprietor. Terms-$2 50 Per Day. The undersigned having purchased the unex piredslease of Messrs. R. E. Rivers & Co., in the above Hotel, is now in possession of the same, and has the pleasure of announcing to his friends add the public that it will be kept open during the entire summer for regular and transientguests and day boarders on LIBERAL TERMS. No pains or expense will be spared to insure the comfort of his guests. The Hotel will be entirely renovated, refitted and refurnished during the summer. CHAS. E. SMEDES, Proprietor. New Orleans. June 15. 1877. LILIENTHAL'S PHOTOGRAPH ART GALLERY. ll............ OANAL STBEET ............191 TOURO BUILDINGS. This well known establishment is the largest and most complete in the city of New Orleans. The style of pictures made by LAMBERT'S PERMANENT PROCESS surpasses* uything that can be made at other galleries. No one who is fully aware of the superiority of this process, will go to the expense and trou ble to have a picture taken that in a very short time will fade. I guarantee the LAMBERT to be )nly plc tur that WILL NOT FADE. 5iuI BI |MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SEALED PROPOSALS. DEPARTMENT OF WATERWORKS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGs, Boom 23, City Hall, New Orleans, July 6,1877. Sealed proposals will be received at this office up to MONDAY, July 16, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. for the sale to the city of New Orleans of ONE FLAT-BOAT LOAD OF PITTSBURG COAL, to be delivered within the Waterworks enclosure. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. JAMES D). EDWARDS, Administrator Waterworks and Public jy6 Buildings. nEALED PROPOSALM. DEPrATMENT OF WATERWVORK AWND PUBLIC I Buildings, New Orleans, July 2, 1877. Proposals will be received by the undersigned till MONDAY, July 9, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., for the erection of a BELL TOWER, in the rear of the Carrollton Market-house, Seventh District according "to plans and specifications on file in the office of tlro City Surveyor. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Parties making proposals for the work are r® quired to deposit with the Administrator of Finance, as evidence of their intention to abide by the adjudication, the amount of $60,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.. Proposals willibe indorsed, Proposals for the erection of a Bell Tower, in the rear of Carroll ton Market-house, Seventh District. JAMES D. EDWARDSH. Admin'r Waterworks and Public Buildings jy2 td NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, City Hall. New Orleans, June 29, 1877. The attention of SMALL AND LARGE TAX PAYERS is called to act No. S9, section seventy ri;e, extra soefsiou of t1877, wrtrch reads as fu1 lows: "SEC. 79. Be it further enacted, etc., That the State Tax Collectors, on behalf of the Stato aid parish authorities and the municipal authori ties of the various towns and city governments throughout the State, are hereby authorized and lempowered to receive payment from any persons other than the party in whose name the property has been assessed of any taxes de mandable by such State, parish or municipal corporations after the expiration of sixty days after the said tax shall have become due and oxigible, and to subrogate the payee of the same to all the rights, liens and mortgages of the said State, parish or municipal corporation incident to or growing out of such tax and its record in the offices required by law without prejudice to any privileges or mortgagesof the State, parish or municipal corporation for ether taxes or those that may become due in the future; pro vided, that said subrogation shall only take place with the consent of the owner or the party in whose name the property was assessed." J. C. DENIS, je3o if Administrator of Finance. NOTICE TO BAKERS, MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS, City Hfall. June 29, 1877. Tile average prie of fresh flour being this day ten dollars: in accordance with said valuation the price of brad for the week, commoencing on MONDAY, July 2,1877, will be: Fifty ounces for twenty cents. Twenty-five ounces for ten cents. Twelve ounces for five cents. Bakers of broad are required to use only the best flour of the above value per barrel, and t.e use of damaged or in ferlior flour in bread offered for salo in tois city is prohibited. Consumers of bread are requested to report to the nearest police station any violation of the above ordi nance. either in variation of weight or quality of mmlerial. ijteo ED. I'ILSBURY, Mayor. PROPOMALS. DISTRIBUTION OF *3$0,000 IN PRE MIUMS. The fourth semi-annual distribution of FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS OF PREMI UMS, on series allotted January 31, 1877, and April 16, 1877, will take pince in the Council Chamber, City Hall, on MONDAY, July 16, 1817, at 10 o'clock a. m. je24 td J. C. DENIS. Administrator. SEVENTH QUARTERLY ALLOTMENT OF PREMIUM BONDS. The SEVENTH ALLOTMENT of forty-five series will take place in the office of the Admin istrator of Public Accounts, on TUESDAY. July 31, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m. jo24 td J. C. DENIS, Administrmtor. CITIZENS' SAVINGS BAMK, (A Bank for Small Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, 22............ ..Baronne Street..... ........ 22 SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTER. This Savings Bank will receive on deposit and pay intereat at the rate of 6 per 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 secnring 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. I. GUBERNATOR. President. M. BENNER, Cashier. DIRECTORS: J.L. GUBERNATOR, E. W. HUNTINGTON E. P. CHAMIPLTN, M. BENNER. LOUIS GRUNEWALD. my26 1y2D JERSEY AND ALDERNEY MILK. MILK. MILK. Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had at Corner Carondelet and Common Streets, and Branch, No. 69 Canal street, near Custom-House, North Side. The only place in the city where this cele brated milk can be procured. Pure, rich and sweet Jersey and Alderney Milk and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass, re ceived daily on ice via Jackson Railroad, from the famous Arcola Dairy Farm. Said stock is from the well-known Fowler's importations of Jersey and Alderney cattle. Also kept on hand, Mead, Soda, Vichy, Min eral Waters. Home-made Pies and Pastry. JanuuP BANK NOTICES. Worklngmen's Bank, New Orleans. June 29. 1877-At a meeting of the Board of Directors held this day a semi-annual dividend of FOUR PER CENT was declared a able to the stock holders on and after MONDAY, July 2. The interest of the first six months of 1877 will also bhe paid to the depositors of the Savings Department of this Bank on and after the above mentioned date. jyl tf J. B. MONDIEO.T, Cashier. O0fce of the New Orleans Gas Light Cam pany-A dividend of FOUR DOI.LAIIS per share will be paid to the stockholders on MONDAY. July 16, 1877 out of the earnings of the past six months. All transfers of stock made botween July 7 and 16 must be "ex-dividend." jya tie V. VALLOIS, Sooretary. Union National Bank. New Orleans, June 29. 1R77-At a meeting of the Board of Di rectors held This Day, a semi-annual dividend of FIVE PalR CENT was declared, payable to stockholders on and after MONDAY, July 2, next. jy r12t JAH. CHALARON, Cashier. Germania National Dank, New Orleans, June 29, 1877-At a meeting of the Board of Di rectors this day a semi-annual dividend of Six Per Cent was doelared. payable to the stock holders on demand. iyt 1w HERM. ROEHL. Cashier, Citizens' Savings Bank, Grunewald Hall, New Orleans. Juno 30, 1877.-The Board of Directors have this day declared a semi-annual dividend of SIX PER CENT out of the prolis of the last six months' business, a able of de mand. M. BENNER. jyl 7t Cashier. State National Bank of New Orleans, New Orleans, June 30.1877-At a meeting of the Board of Directors held this day,a semi-annual dividend of FOUR PER CENT was declared, payable to the stockholders on and after MON DAY, July 9. 1877. The transfer book will re main open, but transfers will be ex-dividend. _fl _W CHAS. L. C. DUPUY, Cashier. New Orleans Canal and Banking Com. pany, New Orleans, June 21. 1877.-At a special meeting of the Board of Directors held THIS DAY, a semi-annual dividend of four per cent was declared, payable to the stockholders on and after the first Monday of July next. je26 1st CH. JUMONVILLE, Cashier. SPECIAL NOTICES. Notice-The person who took the letter addressed to Mrs. E. M. Labordle is requested to return the same. with contents, to 248 Julia street withoutl dlay. iy7 3t Dellon.ent Taxpayers-Citizens' Savings Bank, Orunewald Hall. 22 Baronne street, New Orleans, July 5, 1877-This SAVINtd BANK will advance to Laborers, Mechanics. Clerks. etc. the money necessary to pay their taxes under Act 96 of 1877, and repayment may be made to the Bank in weekly or monthly in stallments. M. BENNER, jyp tf Cashier. For 'the Lake - otmee of New Orlekns City Railroad Company, No. 124 Canal street New Orleans, May 221877.-Until further notice trains for the Lake will leave the city every hour from 7 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., and every half hour from 3 p. m. to 9:30o . m. The last trainiwill leave the Lake End at 10:30 p'clock p.m. my23 bf C. C. LEWIS, Secretary. IRON COTTON TIE IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the constantly increasing popularity and demand for the CELEBRATED AItIROW TIP, Tile universally recogniz7-d favor it, Tie of Plant pers of Cottoni: general'y; the Amerl,'an C<tton T t e Company. Limitedsole pro prietors and manubfcturers of Paid T , com manding unoqualed facilities, hav-, in addition to their large stock now on hand, contracted for inrroased quantities, suffi ,lent to meet the largest demand for Cotton Ties, to cover the entire crop of the coming season, and now, through their agents generally, offer the POPULAR and IRREiRESSIBLE ARROW TIE At $2 5o Per Bundle Less 2)6 per cent discount for cash, in bundles complete, LESS THAN THE MARKET VALUE OF I'LAIN HOOP IRON; and it beingthe pur pose of the Company to merit the oontinued patronage of the Planting commun ty and to defy all competition that may arise, their Agents are instructed to contract with Dealers, Factors and Country Merchants at the above named price and terms for future delivery up to the first of August in quantities as may be required from time to time, settlements being made on delivery. No competition arrests the Progress of the ARROW TIE. It is ever onward in its course as Streams flow to the Ocean. SEE THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES ADDRESSED TO COMPANY'S AGENTS. fentlemen--It affords me great pleasure to present you with this statement, as evidence of our high appreciation of the value of the AR ROW TIE, 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 BE8T TIE we have seen. Pressing from five to seven hundred hales per day, when running full time, we find it to our interest to purchase the ARROW BUCKLE from you for the purpose of replacing any other buckle that may be on the bale, taking the others off and throwing them in the scrap pile to be sold as old iron. You s truly (Signed) A. i'. LUFKIN, Superintendent, Southern Cotton Press Company Presses. FA(;TOBS' COMPRESS, MERCHANTS' Galveston. NEW WHARF ) I take pleasure in stating that since my superintendency of the Planters' Press, we have e been constantly using the ARROW TIE. It gives entire satisfaction. and our pressmen t prefer the Band and Buckle to any that tlhey have ever used. I am yours very truly. (Signed) F. IR. LUBBOCK, Superintendent. The above is indorsed by Cotton Press'men of New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah. Charleston, Norfolk, Wilmington and Petersburg. Thanks to planters throughout all the Cotton States for the liberal support and patronage of f the ARiTOW TIE. R. W. RAYNE & CO., General Agents, ie 2D lm d&w NEW OBLJPA .f FITS, EPILEPSY, -OR FALLING SICKNESS, PERMANENTLY CURED-NO. HUMBUG-BY ONE MONTH'S USE OF DR. GOULARD'S CELE BRATED INFALLIBLE FIT POWDERS. To convince sufferers that these powders will do all we claim for them. we will seed them by mail, POST PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX. As Dr. Goulard is the only physician who has ever made this disease a special study, and as to our knowl edge thousands have been PERMANENTLY CURED by the use of these PO DERS, WE WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT core in every Oese or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY EXPENDED. All sufferers should wive these powders an early trial, and be convinced of their curative powers. Price, for large box, $8, or four boxes for $10, sent by mail to any part of the United States or Canada on receipt.et price, orby express C. O. D. Address, ASKH ROBBINS, sps Tr 6Fatozne ueeAf e Brookl N. T. WANTS. sITUATIONs WANTEIID-FEMAIS.1 Governesses, Companlons, etc. ~ ANTED-- A POSITION AS GOVERNESS in a private family, in the city or country, by a young lady having taught in the publle schools for seven years. Address TEAdiER, 33 Carrondelet street. third floor. iqa WTANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY OF MANY V years experience In school teaching aposi tion n a family to instruct small children and assist in plain sewing. Address M. L., at this office. jyl l Cooks, Nurses, Chambermaids, Etc., W ANTED-A HITUATION BY A RESPECT able girl, to cook. Best reference given. Apply at the corner of Maynard and St. Philip streets. jy4 at W ANTED- A SITUATION AS 000K. Would be willing to assist in house work. Address N. O. P. this office. jy7 at W ANTED-1BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN a situation to nurse and do housework. Address B. B., this ofice'. jy6 3t W ANTED-A SITUATION BY'A LADY TO travel as a nurse. Address C. C., this office. jy6 3t W ANTED-A LADY. EXPERIENCED AND successful as a small. pox nurse, desires af' engagement. Address H.. this office. i-s at WANTED-A GIRL TO COOK AND DO V housework in a small family in the Fourth District. A pleasant home and fair wages to the right sort of a girl. White preferred. Ad dress O. M., with references, this office. jyd W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPECT able girl. to do housework. Apply at the corner of Maynard and St. Philip streets. jy4 at WANTED-BY A YOUNG STEADY WOMAN la situation as cook or to do general house work and to make herself generally useful; best of reference given. Please address S. M., Democrat office. jy3 1w W ANTED-A WET NURSE. APPLY on Chestnut street. between Louisiana Ave nue and DIelachaise, left hand side. jy3 1w Clerks and Salesmen. W ANTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN, a position as account, sales, bill clerk or collector; has had considerable experience. Reference from last employers. Address R. H. V., Demoorat Office. jy4 1w W ANTED-A SITUATION AS BOOKKEEP er or general clerk in a grocery commis sion or cotton house. RerviceAlor Julyand An gust frC. IBest city reference given. Address D. ,.S. this office. jyl iw HELP WANTED-FEMALES. Chambermaids, Cooks, Nurses, etc. W ANTED-AN INDUSTRIOUS AND TIDY woman for cooking and house work. Re ferences required. Apply at No. 56 First street. je30 tf W ANTED-AT LABOR AGENCY 128 GIROD near Camp street, established in 1s47 ten Cooks. Laundresses and House Girls. AVM. CLELLAND. jes tf SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. WTANTED-BY A TRUSTWORTHY MAN. A • situation as private night watchman in any hank, mill, factory or yard. Can give best of references; also good seourities. Address E. A. K., at this ofilce, or at No. 64 Villerestreet. jy71W WANTED-PUPILS. W ANTED-BY A TEACHER, A POSITION to teach, in either a family or a school, for board for self and two children. Address " D," this offioe. je24 tf TO RENT-ROOM.. WANTED-TO RENT, WITH BOAID. TWC large, airy and comfortt)bly furnished front rooms, in second story, gallery all round, con. venient to two lines of cars, table always sup plied with the finest that the market affords, No one need apply unless well recommended. Address X. X., Democrat office. _jy tf NISCELLANEOUS. TATANTED) - A SECOND-HAND DOUBLE S flune Boiler, 40 inches in diameter 22 feel lo0 . ApIly to N. E. BAILlY. jy7 lt* , No. 246 Canal street. W ANTED-AN ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN with $200o capital to invest in a respecable v business. Address W. HEALY, I'ostofflce. jyl NOTICE-A N ACTIVE YOUNG GENTLE man solicits job writing of any kind, cor respondence, copying, etc.. in the English, French, Ge man and Spanish languages. He is a splendid penman. Will also attend to collec tions in the eily. Al testimonials as to integrity. reliability, (liscretion. etc. Terms moderate. Address CHAUNAC. I'. 0. Box, t4:s. jyl6 W ANTED-TO PURCHASE SEVENTY OR eighty common chairs, or fifteen oenches, such as are used by clubs. Must be cheap. Ad dress C. R.. Democrat office. jy6_ TITANTED-A SITUATION AS WAITER, .dining-room servantor porter byayoung , man who is willing to work for a small salary. e Best of references furnished. Address ACTIV d ITY, Democrat officer. jy4 It W ANTED--TO BUY-A WINCHESTER e rifle chtetp. Answer immediately. Ad Sdres M. i,.. this offle,. jys SITAN'EIED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUTH Sa position where he can make himself gen= erally useful. Is a good penman and can fur nish the best of references as to honesty and in tegrity. Address W. B. C.,N. O. Democrat.. jy3 I TITANTED-DESKROOM IN SOME NEAT T and pleasant office. Address LAWYER, 1 this office. jyl tf W ANTED-SITUATION AS ENGINEER OR assistant overseer on a sugar plantation. Address P. H. B. Jr.. this office. jyl tw W ANTED-A SITUATION-BY A YOUNG man 20 years of ago. on a farm in the country or near the city. Can take charge of a dairy, understands the cultivation of vegetables, has had four years experience. Can give good reference. Address REDWOOD, Democrat office. jyl 7t W ANTED - BILLS FOR COLLECTION. IParticular attention paid to the collection of all bills entrusted to my care. The under signed will make an arrangement with mer chants, physicians or any one having bills for collection, at a small salary, or very small per centage. Satisfaction guaranteed and the very best of recommendations furnished as to hon esty and capacity. Address COLLECTOR, care Democrat Oeeo. i·n7 tf W ANTED-BY A TEACHER, THE CARE of a house from the 1st of July to the let of November. Satisfactory references will be given. Address D., this office. fe2 tf STATIONERY AND MUSIC--6eo MAGAZINE street. Pianos Tuned for $1 e0. jol7tt D. LEECH. BOARDING. SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-COMFORT ably lurnished front rooms can be obtained, with or without board, by the day, week or month, by applying at the elegant private resi dence No. 145 Carondelet street. Parties in search of home comforts will find this a rare opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to the house. References exchanged. ie28 tf YINCONTAGION. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DISINFECTANT IN THE WORLD. It will positively remove unpleasant odors from Sewers, Water Closets, etc.. in ten minutes. No trouble. No preparation. Always ready for use. You have only to scatter afew handsful in and around the places where the bad odors arise, and in a few minutes the odors disappear. It is p'aked in buckets, twelve pounds each. Price $1 23 per bucket. For ale by I. L. LYONH Agent, 42 and 44 Camp and al3,1. I and 117 ravierr streets, New Orleans. je30 2m HaTnTh * A. ABAT, MIARTNE! NO.PAgRL, TRANSLATOR Of Legai and all other French, English and Spanish Documents, No. 100 Customhouse street. je28 ly VIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN V dersigned is the sole agent for the sale of these well known and highly prized ROOFING SLATES. Keeps, als, on hand a full supaly of VER rIlONT GREEN AND PURPLE SLA1S of the best qualities and a full line of PENN SYLVANIA BSATEI, of Bangor, Franklin and other we I known quarries. We invite the closest inspection on the part of builders, eon tractors and practical asisters. ALEXANDER ILLa, jellBIR 321 Creo d1letd30to EXCURSIONS. HO ! TEN CENTS EXUURSION ! -By the FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD DISTRICT lad FERRIES. Persons wishing to enjoy the constant cool breezes of the river, and spend a pleasant even ing generally, should remember that by paying ten cents on embarking on any one of these ferries. they can ride the entire evening for that price, provided they do not leave the boat at intervals. Children half price. jyl Im T THE G LF, EXCURSION IVit SATBDAY, THROUGK THE JETTIRE TO THE oE'. THE CH IAPJEST COOLEST AND MOST DE LICHTFUL TRIP iUT OF NEW OILEANS. S . THE NEW, 8WIFT. LOW PRES sure U. 8. Mail steamer M'4RTRA W. 8, Bassett, blaster, leaving every SATURDAY at 5 p. m.; laoe through the jetties Sunday mornings, returnin` via Southwest Pass, givlng a sea ride of over twenty-four miles, a daylight view of the works and all points of interest on the lower cpast, ar riving in the city uearly Monday mornitgs. Tickets for the round trip, including meals and berths, only $, Apply on board, head of ft. Louis street, or to JOHN McMAINS, jyl tf No. 572 Magazine street. FOR RENT. FOR RENT-TWO-STORY HOUSE, SEVEN_ r ooms, partly furnished, for four months. at $20 a month to a responsible person, corner Magazine and Wtashnigton streets, jy7 3t STORE TO IRENT-NO 237 CANAL STREET. Rent $15 per month. Apply at No.130 Third street, corner AnnuncIation. je3o lw TPO CAN'T-GET-AWAYS-F U R N I S H E Rooms, with meals and refreshments at all hours. Terms reasonable. At F. SCHRODER'8 Carrollton Family Garden, corner Levee and Short streets. Carrollton. je29 7t* T.LOR RENT-THE COTTAGE, NO. 1s ELY -1 sian Fields street, conalning eight rooms, kitchen, servant's room, two wells and a cis tern, together with several large lots and stable. The above is suitable for a large dairy, dray men or a gardener. Rent cheap to a good tenant. Apply at No. 1406 Carondolet street, je28 tf -lfOt RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A COTTAGE L on lakeshore, completely furnished, near Colome's Hotel. Parties renting the above can obtain boarders, which will more than defray expenses, Lor partibulars call at No. It1 Caron delet street, jegs tf TO. RENT-A COMFORTABLE COTTAGE in good order situated on Prieur, between Poydras and LsIfaette streets, will be rented t a prompt paying tenant for eight dollars per month. Apply next door. je4 tf TiOR RENT-COTTAGE. 180 W? HINGTON I street, nesr Magazine. Rent je' f LOST OR MISLAI). LOST-A CERTAIN PROMISSORY NOTI in words and tlkures as follows: 56000. NEW ORBLANS, Fobruary7 8, 189. Three years after date we promiseto py't, the order of ourselves Five Thousand t oliars value received, with interor t athe rate of eigh per cent per axnnum from, maturity untlaid (Signed) E. G.M UlE. (Signed) per pro U. A. MI OHE. Endorsed: E. . MARMIC-I per pro U. A. MARMI E. E. G. MARMIC E. Paraphed Ne Varietur, secured by mortgage and duly stamped New Orleans, lebruary 23 1872. (Signed) A. E. BIENVENU, Notary Public. Ths note was filed by tbo Gitizens Bank, it suit No. 2360 of the late Superior District Court entitled Citizens' Bank of Louisiana vs. F. Ducros, and the said note Annt n w be found ARMAND PITOT, Attorney of the Cltiz' na' Bank of Louislana Neow Orleans, June 10,1877. je17 20t COPARTNERSHIPS. SNOTICF-I, Y MUTUAL CONSENT MR. U. A. GUERINGER has withdrawn from oui Sfirm. Theremaining ,artners Messrs. ERNIEt J. GUERINGER and C. A. CAtRIERE will con tinue the business under the same firm name. GUERINGER & CO. New Orleans, July 2. 1877. jya at THE FIRM OF FRANCKE & DANEEL IS dissolved by the death of Justus Francke, The liquidation will be eondnted by thesurviv ing partner HERMAN DANNEEL. rITHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE L the Gotton Factorige and commission busi ness of Franoke & Dannoes. undo the firm of H. DANNEEL & CO., a5 Carondelet street, as per co-partnership act before James Graham, Notary. HERMAN DANNEEL, jyl lw VICTOR LATOUR. FOR SALE. For Sate. A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE. new and in perfect order, will be sold very cheap. Address MACHINE, Demoorat office. my1 tf JULIO, PORTRAIT PAINTER. No. 8 Carondelet Street, New Orleans. Portraits from life or from pictures of the deceased (in oil or crayon, from $25 to $150. My ART GALLERY is a place of free re sort, and the public is invited to visit it at pleasure. m8 6m DOCTOR HENRY SAUV E, Late of New Orleans, HOT SPRINGS. je8 lm Arkansas. 1AUL SAUVV, Commercial Stationer, Book & Job Printer, and Blank Book Manufacturer. Agent for BUFFORD'S PICTORIAL CARDS:' iealm 27 Connmna&*lai ine. JAMES D. EDWARDS, (Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards,) STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGIN EERS' SUPPLIES, Manufacturer of the most improved STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING MUGAR, And every description of Copper, Brass and Sheet-Irom Work. Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Steam. Water or Gas; Brass and Iron Valves; Cocks; Oil Globes; Steam and Water Gauges; Boller Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nets; Log Screw, ; Washers; Rivets; C(itern. Well and Force Pumps ; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth; Rub ber. Lubricatian and Homp Packing; Rub her Hose: Bltinrg; Lubri j. Lard, Signal. Linseed and Headlight Oils; White Lead; Cot ton Waste: Cotton Stern Packing; Gas Pipe Stocks and Dies: Pipe Cutters; Tongs; Wrenches: Pipe Vices; Jack Screws; Flue Brushes; Flue Scrapers, etc. Agent for the CAMEERON SPECIAL STEAM PU!MP -For PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILERS. Sond for Price List. J~ MEB D. EDWARDN, a nr,. lsan't 2 Fron t at . 2, 3. 1. - atret New Ou.rs..