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RIOTM OF THis PAST.
.I#I e Ct the Notable ones In This Country. 'Uder our popular system of govern sitent there ought to be no such thing as a riot to enforce a popular claim of any kind ; but the people of a free coun try are not unlike those who live under a despotism : there is always an element ready to break out into furious demon strations to right what is regarded as a grievance. A list of some of the most notable riots since the revolution will be found to include the following: In July, 1812, at Baltimore, a nlewspa per, opposed to the war with England was demolished. Heptember 24, 1831, four persons were killed by the militia in a riot at Provi dence. August is, 18.:3, several men killed and wountled in a riot at Baltimore about the Bank of Maryland. July 10 12, 1834, a riot occurred in New York city about the supposed aims and objects of the Abolitionists, who were accused of promoting amalgama tion. August 11, 183l, a Cathollo seminary or nunnery was burned at Charlestown, Mass. August 12, 1834 forty houses were de stroyed in an "Abolition" riot in Phila delphia. February 13, 1837, a riot was caused by the "hard times" and high price of flour, and flour warehouses were sacked and the flour destroyed in New York. May 17, 1838, Pennsylvania Hall and other buildings were destroyed by an "Abolition" riot. December 8, 1838, the Pennsylvania Legislature was broken up by a mob, and, after several days of riot, the mill tia were called out to suppress the rioters. May 1 8, 1844, in a riot between native Americans and Irishmen, in Philadel phia, thirty houses and three churches were burned, fourteen persons killed and forty wounded. The military were called out to suppress the mob. This riot was renewed July 7, 1844 whetl five thousand troops were called out, and forty to fifty persons killed before the mob was quelled in Philadelphia. The anti-rent riots in Albany, IRense laer, Delaware and Columbia counties, in New York, from 1844 to 1847 were put down by the State militia, after much disturbance and destruction of prop er'The Astor place riot, between the friends of Forrest and Macready, took place May 10 1849, when several per. sons, among them many innocent spec tators, were killed. The great anti-draft riot in New York July 13 1i, was the latest outbreak of the mob spirit upon any great scale pre vious to the present deplorable railroad riots, which have shocked and saddened the country, and caused great loss of life and property. . . .. . 4m. .... . . INTESlTIin TROullIles IN RIaar5A. [Vienna Telegram to London Telegraph.] Those who pretend that the Emperor of Russia has leisure to indulge in doing the good Samaritan at and about head quarters on the Danube, wittingly lead the public into error. I am in posses sion of information to-day which shows that the Czar has other and less senti mental matteres to attend to. A power ful reactionary movement is reported from the interior of the Russelan empire. Education and socialistic principles make progress hand in hand. The cry fatal to French military success in 1870, "NT)u sommes trahls," is becoming general throughout the Russias. The people not only clamor for a con stitution, but openly express the opinion that the privileged and aristocratic class of ofoleer must immediately give way to the professional soldier, in order that a catastrophe of still more vital import than the Russian fiasco in Asia may be avoided in Europe. The effect of a Turkish victory at the present crisis would cause an outburst of popular feeling subversive of absolutism. It is now asserted that the Czar bitterly re pents allowing his better judgment to be overruled by the party uf which the Ozarowitch is the leader, and painful recriminations have resulted. It is now a question whether over caution, which mbans concentration of unmanageable masses of force, will avail to prevent a serious reverse. The men exist and can be massed, but the army is devoid of all dash, owing to the Ponderous nature of the intendance. Then it is remarked that iussian strat egy in Europe is of a nature which Ab dul Kerlm and the climate of Bulgaria may be expected to out-man'euvre. Still the old-fashioned believer in strong battalions predicts a 1Russian victory, purchased at. an unwarrantable sacri fide, and the Czar may well dread the rendering of an account to his people of the legions which but a few months since were the glory of Slavdom and a menace to Europe. MHRINKAGB IN R|ILWAY STO('I(. On the 8th of March, 1R7,, the stock of the New Jersey Central railway was worth $107 per share, and on the 23d of June, 1877, it was only worth $6 per share. On the same date the stock of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western road sold for $33 per share, against $119 and the stock of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company sold at $30 per share, against $120 in 1876. The total shrinkage In the stock of these three roads, between the dates named above, was nearly sixty-two mil lion dollars. UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL Eagle alll, Prytania sireet, cor. UIranI. The Fourth Annual Hession of this school for Boys will open on MONDAY. Octobehor 1. 1877. The principal will be assisted by a full corps of competent teachers. He refers by permission to the Faculty of the University of Virginia and to his autruns the past session, whose names may be found in the circular of the school. Circulars can be had at the'book stores. For further information address GEO. C. PREOT, Princival, jyst 3m 1'. 0. Box 42 LUMBER OABINS. E1C. The undersigned are still at their old stand. No. 35o Delord street. New Basin. and are prepared to sell :cheaper than any other house in the trade from this date until November, 1877. Great reduction in the price of CABINS. W. W. CARRE & CO.. 350 Delord street. New Basin. New Orleans. New Orleans. July 4.1877. iyl 2m la TIMBE'EL YA.RD R. F. LEARNED, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, Corner Calliope and Foucher streets, NEW ORLEANS. . Yazoo Cypress. Oak. Ash, Poplar. Yellow and White Pine and Walnut. Ceiling and Flooring. A full supply always on hand. Orders promptly filled. Box St Mochanics' Exchange. lqlm* 3 F. H. WNEsT, Agent, NEW ADVERTISEMENT5. NOTICIE. Crockery, China, moass and IHardware, AT NWKI COOmT PRICRK. ON ACCOUNT OF LIQUIDATION THE Sintl re to,,k tin trade of t e Into firm or (IAINEIH & ltEIF is niT.erd fr sale at net eost irles, fr cahl. iui 1 lilclnrc are retl) lsted to rtil Im for' urrI'Iha IlgR, adIl rIafy ly on finlding extlrnllrdilnary mood bargaitel atld at prlces lower thla i'an l.i 1 fI end lsiowhrre. 'artleO S lesrlng FIRHT CLASSH (O01S) nlt VERlY LOW PHI'(LMH will do well to ,nil. J. G., OAINE , ,I8,0 IIqllid ttr, 10n Uinnlll i- rtt. New flrl'rnq,. July 1, 1i77. toil lit PAUIL UIlPl d1, llRO., 117 IDECATUR HTIIEET, F)IiFEiI FOil MALE. LANDINI E1X ,14TF. (IFN irivi, from' ])rlenor x 4H0(4rsat' wihiit rind Rld WINE3, tr !ntu' Fils Finr. l u'anks W. W. VINE1IAI. ('ncsat. T7, lhbil W. W. VINEG AII. (l'l I st. In 'slloes HMwr't C(-IIIII)IAIti, LDazi)t nk. H 'rCi'f Ff4(1 IN OfIL, 'I'nny Fish, 4' a o.in HAMAlIIIN EH, lllrpliesr, L' Marlr,,iilI. lin enua.u AIIlDIN E4. lirnelunlc. Ch(Ian"iroll.. 175 "iles,,RMALtAll Il, Ext11ra iFine, Nartlhlun A lligourrlan. 7 'acO' PIIEI' A l B II EATHI Palnsle Fols (iran. - 4RenRn. FIIUIT'r IN JUalIE. 7R ac.es FRUITS IN BIIANDY. 100 'mankR CLAIRET. E. Bes.na & GC'. n ak T'rWINE, Frenl,'l In I or. baills. In '.iiARs (IIIAIIfTIEUMIE. Ylllow and ( r'le. no oeMns MUIRTAIID, DRon.silhaux. '21 eOrns OLIVEM, MtniffT . nro enra*r APERH. 'on ence 2a tils onrhll PIItUNEI4, . Fiar. nu2! It LANUIN4& EX 1liiiP 'I. OENEVIEVE. Fr'omn Iltoirdli x. --l) ccask (CLAIIE'. Oldardl Prrr. no enurks (;LARET,. J. J, Duverg.ir. Jr.. A t'o. Sn oalsk WHITE WINE. J. J., I)nvrlor, Jr., A Co. Ra uartSr Ipe0 IIILANDY, U. Miirgin't. 5 eigbth pipes BDIANDY. I!. Marqinol. l qujarter pipes IIRANDY, A. C. (Ittardl A (In. eI elhth tploes BRANDY, A. I'. i Ilard , A i. so boxes BRtANDY. II. O(, I, 100 boxes CI~ARET, r('ontry OGldnrl P,"ren. 12l7oxes CIAIRET. Mi. Enill' , (lodard'l, la boxes (LAIRT, Elt. Ermillon. Gal.rd. fints. 19 boIxes CLAET, Oantenr"l, (GodllarI. (liluart., 12 boxes CLAJRET., Oantenia, (+otilrr'i. tints, For pal Iby A. 1o!HEIIREAU A CI.. Rt11 9t l antrl 1s Ht. Lislri ntr"'et. S$1... .............. 1 . ..... . i1 COW 'EAM-COW PEARH I'onitlvoly tIhr last rodutilinil Whiuprorwill PEAM..................... 0o Clay mixod 1'EAM......... ................ It Ture Clay IPEA.............. ........... 1 I Will locn lthinneo f st*Ak at al'ov'e 1rli"'n. A. A. OIIEENWOO)I. r not 47 M g.alrln Rci real. SJ(ENTU(IKY MULEM Fulrl HALE. I am now revel ing at. I. E. lEE MHALEH BTABLE . No. llItIaronnes tt .l, WeklY hilp Sments oif kontrclky MULEMH nrll tOII)IIEH, of a very descrlption. I will rnonstniorlly keep oný hand from nt) to :ton MulII. 'Termis I lbral an d prIres reaor.oable. Platnltrs anid drnymen enpo dailly oallotted to o3all and examinrl t henm. jyal lot M. F. THOMRON. -COpt'. MIA1S EXTRA. AFTEII FULL IREPAIII AND LALGf. 1aidditions thothilr ill Meslr. II. i. ('(LE 5" CO. of Chl'eter Ir, il.re amain st.i!td for the r! nl"1eOn'H l)InsRn.ss. Tboheir Ilrst sthlpmoet thit nrrnoion of that jlislly -elhrateld brmand. (10)I, .8 MI11, EXI'I'IA FLOUIR, wilt ho duoe Fridlay morning Atingit 3, and will h found ant their agltl. , Mineers. W. 3 II. Matthewo A Ilro .7l 1'oydrat tllreet. and from t hls limln on a .full supply will ho found withl their aranit, rill it 1 ANE WAOONM. FO(ITII-MITLE OARTSi ./ Thrine-nulo C(arts. ()x (Crts, all lzsnn ri Hmall niirt, Mt kes, 'lloe, i, ihafts, Wood ]larrl'r'ow. ,'ie.. i, rom oulr own mnanufactory at Wr nti., l' none lot tihot 1.. thorough .EA B MONEto TIMN EIIE. illll gnarnrilrt. oevery lart anl wnalgl noll liv io. lrlltponiory, Non. 127 anml 1291 (lmollronn street, I hitwniti t Hr . M ll,t Chr ir and City Hil tnli. a jy', lw ilIALEY 11(8) I 8UNDRIEM -sUNI)I-EH4-MUNDIIIEHM - Fr'on'h WINDOW O I, HMM, n1lllln toxl-. IcIsortelI ABIIYNTIIE, irn 08ll'(4. Fi. d. llrnolld. IIOLIJA5I) 0IN. ra c,, iland 21t half indl qluar. B ter p lpi., o (LAl'Tr. 1T. en. sl' arld ,in.04 Iinihiv Wini. PORT 24 talattr fak !ild Sh n nii Po,rt. SC1DIACl,no rno pass lHolln anlii ii.l.d.l . For sale byt WM. H. VIItDiENIiEltRlI. jy27 1w No. 2A IP'ioi Htrll.ot. CALEB A. PARKER & CO., IO ............... Union street...............1 NEW OIIIEANI4. LOUISIANA. (IENEIRAIl AGENTH FORI Alabaua, AGeorgIa, Tennessee, Iounisaiti, Mississippi and 'tl xas, H. W. JOHNS Manufacturer of ASBESTOS MATERIALS. Asbestos Paints in white and all known tints; colors mixed ready for use. uneuailled in the market for durability and beauty. AS BENTON0 ROOFINIG, Unequalled for durability; no retention of water on the roof, equnl to Slate on that account. Asbestos Root Paint, Asbestos Fire Proof Coating, Asbestos Steam Packing, Steam Pipe ant Boller Coverings. TESTIMONIALS: NEw ORLEANS. October 4, 1876. Having made use of the Asbestos Paint manu factured by H. W. Johns. of New York, and for warded to me by C. A. Parker, ERs., 1o Union street. New Orleans, to be tested, I take pleas ure in saying I have found them to be in every respect lts represente,. I can confidlently recommend them to builders, owners of real estate and ship captains as being much supe rior. in my opinion, to any mixed paints in this or any other country. and in fact, beyond com parison with any (lead) In this market. THOMAS D. CAREY. Chemist and Painter, Washfngton and magnolia streets, New Orleans. NEw ORLEANS. April 20, 1b77. Caleb A. Parker & Co.: Sirs-Having used H. W. Johns' Ashestos Paints and IRooing. I consider them the best I have ever used. Respectfully yours. IR. SINNOTT. Captain of Steamboat New Bart Able. RaEFERENcx-Messrs. H. Dudley Coleman dr Brother 12 Union street. New Orleans, Send Circular and Price List, jy15 WANTS. ITUATIONU WANTED--FrlE ALE6S. MnlaWCfmet. W ANTED --BY A YOUINI T,ADlY--A PT'' givn inu re' uri,, Altrs 1NNE ll om,,,. jy l t1w t Wet NIures-. W AN TEII- --A MITIA'T'ION IBY A YUPNINI w man a9 wft ni0p,4 . A-l'lr', M.. I1en1, 'rat 011m",' ilna p Iw o W ANTEII. --A RITUATION BIY A lItPEfT' abl whllite womatn pppa wi't nurFa. Apply nat r No. '.7 Perdihd at lre~t b.etwoofn B livar aoid I't'r Irnp ol. pill -it Cooks, Nurses. Chramnlermald, EMc., W AN'l'l'l) A HIIT'UATION BY A Y( Bl:N - wP it' girl to nlursew ,r 1lo hsois'work. All drotS EK. M., thi. ,1m"., _alp ,1w W"AN'EI-A HITUATION TOf .'O , WAII t V r iI rot)n by a Inltdlll-.id woIntlln. Alhlpps4 f Mtras. WI Il ENNON. this onfil.. anI Iat W -TANTI'-- A I'IT1UATI(N 11Y A W!ITE t wotn ltlo.t',ok or wash ail Iron. Ad.ll'r.P E. M., Dcmnorntrl oeIr,. itnl IW W ANTEJI--ilY A NEAT. TIIDY WOMAN. a Ptihlnlin Ito cook p111i do ho.tuework. (Itor r)ternroo pw given If rf'llurirod. Aidl o MA((IIlE, thi ooffi. aru 1 w _ W ANTED-A MIDDLE A(IED WIIT' WI)- 1 0lt11n tot d it hoil9inwor 11!,1 nellrn. Mull I ,,ni well re, onlllmlpedlld. Apply at ailr Orangu' i s'treet. 1112 I it W ANTED--IIY A lREtPEC(TABlLE Y( P t fl girl a ituatlini to taPiPt InI house wor PK. rwillng or waslling. Addtress E. M.. thip offliio. 0a1 1W W ANTEI .,)IY A MiD)ILE-A(IEBII WOMIiAN - S It situation tio 1'i k pnil 1ii h siie-work puitlIltpipek liitllf UP'IPP'rIPlV PllPIf tll. allot mtk" hors"lf anonerlly mu l . Address M, K., this oeh. i4114 1w W ANTEi- A iT'l'IATION lBY A IEiI'EC'T uthi , yioniig girl toi d11 plain ciookIt. Ad rlPs EN. M., tills on.l .. 1 fi11 w w t. ANTEIl-lY A YO)IIN( (IEIIMAN (1111R, a tilltatplo to urse aldI do oulrisw rk. Adtdrres 117 PI(ontl ire"It. jy:i 1w W ANT'EID-BY A IIFHIEITI'AIlIIE (1111 A altiptlnth to do hoiptuewori'k or turl''. No oJiRll tiol to l IIave tillp ,city. AIlrlpnrP s I. E.. this Otifi'i. j)Sy2 1W W1 AN rEl1 - A 1' I'TUATION. BY A VE.IIY SItll]y wol Jan, I lnont 11111i tly., to 'rlk 11Ini 011er" givpi if roliltireli. AItlri-ns M1. N. 1)Pm ourat )lllo'i' j o 1"1 Ii w WATANI'EI A NITlIATIO'IN IY A II EI1HI'E'T latile yipll.g girl t ihi tii,,wnw rlk. A.I r, N. '.. i)in ,r'rpt ,ill'it . jV2i Iw DrePsilnnlle Rn lanl MRIasp il'rssIeI. W ANT, :ITUIATION flY A IA,1Y TO W , it i-ily sowing,. Ni. I dr,,ismpipkr pt11i usiml'llhi Il haild. Addlrila IPIIEMi'HMAKEII. tlhis ollln1 , ill it -IITUATIONT WANTED-IMALEi. Clerks and Maleamen. ATANiTEI-P TIlE ADVEIITIHEII WIll, PAY hIllftv dy lliri tonp ly arty wlhi will pro poll'rp 1iii I a pit llp iitllinllt tRifptltlii I4 rlnllll!nnag r, Ihoo rtkko pe r or ,l'rk 'Ity 4r .! ittry. (!til glv. goil r.f''rns. Aiihlrp4 I'oso1 i l ', Iix 'iill. jy2i_1 w W ANTEI-- IIY A liIoY. AGlE In--A i)' UA tll II i in stirn whlrtP Iln eaf i ppptpnkp, him i f ll PriusIfn i ,llrfirp.nies given 11l pre uir-1. Addrel s ). H. II, ih fi l'.'' --. jyeal lw HI.ELP WANTED--FEMIALEIM. halnllermnltlds. Conoks, Nurses, itr. IATANTEIF-A MITUATIOIN. IIY A YOUNG gl il. to di illpopiviwork nuil ursi',. (an furilatil tlphe pat llty rifrrn"."es. Addires M. 11., this ofil,. jy2_ Iw tW AN''TEI-- N INDIiBTITIOUJ AND TIDY wonln foir ,ooking pnil holusiO work. li' frPnoi.A r'Iquilt'rii, Apply Lit No. 8o Firststrolt. j,,'Ho t l -A ANTED -AT LABOR AGENCY 12aF OIIlOD Star Canulp strreet, estnhllshad in 1847 ton SCooks. Laundtlreoauo and HlouPse Oirls. WM. ULELLAND. s24 tif TO UoENT--IOOMl. WATANTED--TO RENT. WITH BOARIID. TWO V T largn. airy andi clmfortably furnishel d front rooms, In saecond story, gallery all roundt, con venlent to two lines rpf ears table always sup plied with the finest that thin market nfforls. No One hnod apply unless well roeommfnltnd. Adhldress X. X. X., lDmocrat office, jvl tf WANTEII9-IPU PIt1. t W ANi'EIl- IBY A Y(llTN( I ADY-A HIT V cation ill taip'her in-a private vt fpilpy orit instittlltl . No olji''tioin tio go to thi' 'iuntry. lia hlt Po'VIl yt1' P ra parY ne t'. Iletfor'-iie given If op ul . ,l. Aildr.on N. MI. II. this otliao .;I11 tIW W ANT'ED -]Y A TEAH(iiEIL, Ti;lI: UII4E f ia h usIIIti friom the 1st f lif fulv tho Int iof Novem'.i .r. Nlltisfl"ta' ory Irpifafprllpr o4 will givetr. AdIliress It.. it li tiflllo n. ij'e if W ANT.'J'ElU--IY A TrFAUlfEiit. A 1'-O.ITION tWto t!,,a h. Iin phitit'r a inmily lor ai schpool. for hIiiril f.r titll aid two) clhildren. Aiilr'.ss "1j " 1 hisop flO. i. It M INL El,lA N IEOUN. AN'I'I - lIY A +'(Y*ici.IOPETENI'T IN wright, a Pituatioln In thpe "oeintrr. Ail ,1hppiFs 1'. I'., Imitrt erIP . r,l op ,. , 1 it3 It tWAN''IEID---A MI' (IF 'I'ELEIIBAII IN Ilstrumn nts in.,od . orderl Apllr,., stutliilntig whir, "nn hti s.pi' n, pri'e,, tic., I'. O. Box No. 11r,. 1 pill 3P1 W ANTED A HITIiATION (IN A P'fANTA I iotli i iby a PI Irlii ' gii nlltil e nd o"aut iriveniter . NHi. 1 rf~lfprio nUpi. Adidr!p4 EIN( INFEEI, Itlil illl n. pil it WJ ANTEI,- A t41'1BA'I'IIIN IlY AN INIWN I rl mipl n agna. w-. itan wlieroa i i'.nit mipakpi ipprail f g lipralltv uy tfipl. Apldr'rip I, . I.M.. lbhi rilll ,i. Ini 1w WANTiED--TrO ilEL, r.0 (p) O7-Il HO+M[F, wV wholl'ill hlouiip' In N''w P)rlPana. by Ii Yiaing 1Ipm whi will Irpvll over pLolisinn inll , I'ppp lin I neppiipiris. Aldircas JAM EM U. ta I111)., EPFIa Poippint. 1i'l ItiEr. La. jy:li C AN rEI'-J-ANA'.IVEPA i' TNEI WITll A V lcapitaI of frllmn live thppspant to tni IthiIp a.pl dillrpl,.to f engage In a I Paylili manlllulia' lturIag blsinIIsi. Addrslwi. - ENTEIIlllHIGE, tIlih 'TITANTED-'IY A YOUNG MAN l WIMi) ll. VT piprvp'ld a rcanlalar alDprentionlRsh ip at thIi IhlP inPe. of Iot, as hoi aild galteir Pipp.r ninaii fal'ct.lring. a itulation pilh Iir t f.l traplo or in any other rcaplpilty whra heI could mrnko his servllas valllpbptIp to lI18 l mrllDp oyir. T'le, v' ry twit of eilty referenc'np gvlo.ir. Addr( H. A.. )eimocrnlt o .lll ... jy:il 1w WAANTED-D.Y A YOUING MAIJIE.I) MAlNB T ,If sober, industrious habits. aIdi familiar with the grocery, produco and conmission bitsiin.css-liaviiig a large aiuaintan(e in Lou isiana, Arkansas Texas andl imHlssippi-a Hit nation, as traveling agent. salesman. corre sponildent or any olileo wtrrk. HMpaks French and English, Will furnish the best of refer en'es. Address EDWARD, Loek Drawer sn:, New Orleans Postofnice. jy29 1w W ANTED-BY A MAN OF FAMILY, A HIT nation as hostler. IIteerernes given if required, Address 1t. W., this lfte'. y28s 1w WANTED - ILLS FOi COLLECTION. Particular 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 eentage. Satisfaction guaranteed and the very best of recommendations furnished as to hon esty and canacity. Address COLLECTOR. eare Democrat Offlce. 1i,27 t1 W ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. FORMER ly .onnected with the Press of Mississippi. a situation. Has an extensive acquaintance throughout the southwest; is iossessed of busi ness capacity and energy. Has had extensive experience and practice as traveling and solicit ing agent, and is willing to devote his time till the 1st of Se' tember in acquiring ir,foi mation about and the details of thie Iine of business preparatory to'traveling, for a very small corn pensation. Address B3., Demnocrat oflice. jylH FOR SALE. 1OR SALE - I,-TFIEE BOILERIS. 22 FEET 1' long and :as inche.s diameter, with miid and steam drume. Wi4l be delivered at any point on Upper Coast. Apply to E. CONEi-Y & S, N. au2 7t 1OR t SALE-A LOT OF BEN('HES. TEUS Ssel Table and snall] Counter, fire sale. whole or separate. cheap. Inquire at 77 Magazine street. jty29' For Sale. A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE, new and in perfect order, will be sold very cheap. Address MACH.I~E, Democrat oflice. myl tf SPECIAL 1IOTICUl,. Ie ardqqrters Pirat eal tnct Lotuisiana Fleld Atitl]ry, Mth~anio' In!etitt$t, New Or leans, AultlRt .. 1877.---Cfrllar No. ..-Thu off= cars anid nI'mhIers of the batteries of tills coin muand are herohv orderod to Rltt(nd n batittllin tllntlilg on RIIDAT. the ad InstlAnt, at. I n'+c k.rk pi. n, I'unotual attncdanlcre is rc llest' ' . fly ordor: (,OL. 'J ON IlYNN, JR. A. IUItEl,. Adjutant. twol ii -Dellnltaunt Taripa rs--lItlACna' Panvrins iartk. (irunewnld Ial. WI Jlparrone etrot, New (rlnnans. July I, l77A--'hle HAVIN(J DANK will advance to lahorers, MIethanile. Ulerke, ont' the tninny nor.eacary tr paty their taxPA linltdr Ar't n of 1H77, andr rrtray.letlt tIlay be mnade to the Ilank In woinkly or monthly in etlnilments. M. BIJNNEI, jyn tf Il(ahlir, Per the laske - Ofmee of New Orleans City lillroad Uomptrany, No 124 (lanal street New Orleans, May 2 1877.-- ntil further notice trainR for the Lake will leave the city every hour from 6 o'clock a. m. to a o'clock p. nm., frnd every half hour from a p, m. to 9::a p. in. The 1 last tratnlwlll leave the Lake End at 10:80 o'clock p. m. nmy2 tif . O, 0LEWIS, iecretary. fOR RENT. L1Ol, RENT-TIlt EE HINGLE COTTAGE . holosea. containing eight rooms earl,, will tic rellted for twenlty dollars a mnouth to igood 'nantse. Apply to F. AHIIEiL, lrca Tehoupit.tlas at r-oot, - ai It 10Rl IIENT-A OOTTA'IE IIOURE, O1l TWO ' Tenennante. Apply ti A. PLJOOM, Jefferstn strnet, between rltarket and Jr'krn. Allners. au1 at m1 OlItlEN'T AT MANDEVILLE-A COT L tht gelontllninili four rooms, with privilege of bat -houes , one blhrink front stonemboart wharf in lake .lorn, I.nt. $oe for the aRason. Ad droRe K. I,. M.. f1)Pnetnirat ufflni, cll IMOlt ItENT-NO. 98 'CIIOUPITOUI AI NT.. i ornerr of Eighth. Itent a*2. Apply to L. WEll,, 16 Ohartrimr street, or corner if ,it,liipl toulas and Pleasant atr.ets. nutl 1w l41011 IIENT--NO. It EloII'lT'I BTIlEET. lent 7. Aplyv to L. WELL, 16 (jhartrnes at rnet,, or doirner rf Ti'hniupitoula anlid l'leasant stroeets, aut 1w ITIIINIMIEI) IiOMI4H TO LET-FOrJl (ili five pgenlltlomncl oellllt b c reo.llodrated with large, airy furnirehed iroms at, No,. iIrl outh htantpat t rot. u, rnor of ('rilnorln, with or without board. Tertm to sill, the tiln's. jytl 1w h~AMILlE (HI (II+,NTI,EMEN. DESIIIIIN(t ilii FrnstIheld A palRtiment, Ell s.Euit Or Rsingil crtn apply at No. 14 Dauphine strer't., norind dior fromt Uanal. jy27 tw* lORt IRENT-THE COTTAGE. NO. 149 ELY Slant Fields stroet, coriaining eight rooms, kitclhen. servannt's room. two wells and a cis tern, together with Reveral largo lots anld stable, The above is suitable for a large dairy, dray menn or a gardrlnor. Int bcheep to a good tenant. Apply at No. 146 Carondelet street. je2s If 1iOR RENT AT MANDEVILLF,-A COTTAGE I' on lak ehole, conirloetely furnished; near Iolore's Hlotel. Parties renting the above can obtain boarders, which will more than defray expenses. For partibulars call at No. 1160 Oaron delet street. lJ28 if BOARDING. 1ELECT PIIVATE BOAIIDINO-- OMFORT J ably furnished front rooms can be obtained, with or without board, by the day, week or tnoth., by applying at the elegant prlvatt resl dinere No. 14t Carondlllrlt street. I'trtl.es In search of bome comforts will find this a rare opportunity A fine bath-room also attached to the house. Ileferonees ex'hauged(. le2 tf COPARTNERSIIIPS. IfIf.E ('OPARTNERMII ' HIEIIETOFOILE EX I itlln under thie irrm atll atylie of HEIIASY &A. UIIMMAN i tis dai dliasrolveld by litnitrtioln. Mr. Wmr. LuJamia iee'lltrNge, withl tlhliiuib-i tlan of thr late firm. WM. l1 CI,l,EY. WM. I,UIIMAN. Ne'w (tril, ne, July aI. 1i77. trollt t* rfTHE (IOPAItTNELIII' II' ltE'TOPOIRE EX Satlling between the undersigned. untder the firm of A. A. O(tEENWWOODk UO., is this day dissolvend y mutual agreernmnt. Mr. A. A. Orrcnwood is chargeld with the sole Iljuirla tion of the afflTair of the nto firm, A. A, REENWOOD. HENY Ora 1L. New Orleans..July 7, 1877. flitE U1NDWIRIGNED WIL, CONTINUE Sthe business foIr his own wcurnt, iatlrl sll Vermlona havinlg 1any 1laimns a4galtin4t the Irto 11rm of A. A. (Ir.wtrnwo & Cto. will prelnt themn for immdlrliaht liq!luatio to A. A. (II.ElNWOOD. 47 Mngazin+ 4it relt. N'w Orlansl, July 7. 1877. IN REFEIRRINO TO TIlE ABOVE THE I undierslgnCdnl Ie to thank 1his frllnd14 for the 4atronage h'rtowod on the li4' fllim, and "ojlicts of tho nml ivp tint n onn of sinme for the nIiw lr4i, wlIrr e l, will bnr 11eadly to serve thllc I44 lIr4toforr'. jyH tf IIENIY (IEIIL. MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NO'I'I(I'. H11t1. FoI"r Days Rllstain. IEFI'AIITMENT OF FINAN('I. I City ilall, New ()rirans, August l,, * 77. At tih rllequest o(f ImanLy 114rsons4l4 the l1ublin tion Iof the I.IJNQU.IENT I,li4T will he post lpnd until HA''U IHDAY next. August4. CIIAS. CAVANAC. Ad4mini4trator of Finance ad Interim. 44 1 It SEALED PROPOSALS. IDEP'AR'TMENT OF IMPIIOVEMENT'S, IlRoom No. 1,, Crrr' ALL. New Orleans. August, 1.1477. Heall 1d 'roponsal will 1'e r1ceiv'd at this offlee up to SATURDAY. August, 1. 1 877. at 12 o'clolk in., for the eronstru4rtli(on of Nulislncel Wharves in thr First. Ho41nd and Fifth Districts of lith city, as perr spc'lilelltins on fl4' in the( ofither of the City Hurveyor. Til city resorvee tlhe, right to rojoct any or all proposal4. JOHN McOAFFIIEY, a142 AdlminLstrator. NOTICE TO BAKERm. MAYORALTY or N1w ORLgANS. City Hall.July 28. 1877. The average price of fresh flour being this day ten dollars; in accordance with said valuation the price of bread for the week, commoncing on MONDAY. July o0, 1877, will be: Fifty ounces for twenty cents. Twenty-live ounces for ten cents. Twelve ounces for five cents. Bakers of bread are required to use only the best flour of the above value per barrel, and the use of damaged or inferior flour in bread offered for sale in this 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 qdality o material. 1y24 J. C. DENIS. Mayor pro tem. NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEER. CASPAR LUSSE, Noe. 476 and 47n Chartres Street, Announces to the proprietors of BEER SAILOONS, and to the public, that having com pleted his immense apparatus for mauufac uring LAGER BEER, He is prepared to sell the same AT A LOWEB PRICE than auy other HOME-MADE ARTI CLE, and of as good ouality as any similar atil ele produced in the United States. mh27 sm HENRY KLUNG, LITHOGRAPHER, ENGRAVER -AND . P I 1J R . 811............ .agazine Street ....... 811 NEW ORLEANS, LA. All work executed at NewYork prices. jry21 AMUJITEMENTSL. ItIAlfD COMPLIMENTAIIY ENTERTAIN - MENT to begiven to the CREN(ENT CITY RIFLE CLUB, -At. the-- OLD LAKE EN), MIINlEBUlt(I On Friday. AuaUmt 3, 1'77. iROGLtIIAMMIf. WhatlHn l nit r, ''r-dT V.I 1. 12 o'clock m.-Tµ rgent lootillg for CONTI NENTAC1' H, (IIAtEY; thre.,, h ote for fftry eenth. ODpn t, aill. i.tai.tn+e Bi.tty yardsi: Rsmtnl I hre rifle.. Highest sc.re io tttake ilte bear, HShooting ti csltn at 7 p, rn. 2. p. Ir.-Military Target Pratticn, open to bhona l41 minembr of military organilatlonR: with military rtlta. l'rizoe-flandome sliver ruap. 1)iatanne 2i, yards. Rulees on the ground. 1), ntt p. m.--Olaae Uoll Mntch, under the at sppieOs if tie New O(rleans antl Loueliana Gun OClub.. Ope'n to all. MHvern bMl's. eighteen yards rise. Entra,'e gl1 Co to, cover n11 eltpnses. Four vrle- 1. (mold MadRg. 2. (otnme 1.a, pr emhtedl by Hi'thard Rihi ihs. lPau. .- Hiliver-vlated l'latol, presented , Mtlroser. jFonllnm .ro. 4. O huun dred Lonted thella, )retwsted by Wallen Wood. Eksi Arrangemente have been made tor shoot uing sweepetake or private matehe?. )uns and ammunition may lu hhad on the groundp. 4. a p. m.---lt'and Artillery Target Pracetin, with Napoleon andl ating guns. by. detach Inents from the Wstmhindton Artillery, Ioulislana F+lnld Artillery and (lrleane Artillery. IOAT RA4ING. I. n p. In.-- F'our-,'tred targes, between crews f tihe Aspiriwall, llo e, and fliverside Ulubs. Ilstanfen ono and a ha f tulle. 2. I'a 1p. m.-hH1tnle seulls, betwoen Mr. R. (G. Muserove'. of the Ht. John, and Mr. Madison Dallas, of tho Orleanns (!lubes. EVENIN(I PIROG(RAMME. After the completion of t.the for golin pro f.amne, gue-js will r'lair to the Washington lit Al Ito atthend a (GRAllD f1OllfREE DANCANTE. Visitors are retquelsted to purcht'll.e their Pont chanrtrnin Railroad and Enlteirtainment 'rickets tiefotr' entering the etre. No boats will Ib. allowed to land iassengera onl th ltier haiP l du ring thOi flntf+rtainmerln t. NO'TIiE. IPONTC'IIAIITiAIN IRAILROAD. 'I'Th trains in ttis roadl wtill e rill ~vt.r'y half htiiur frimi 12 it'c,)lock nollon iof AIG(1UH'T 2, 1IT77. tio I,'nrnm inbttl r all wlshing to witncsm th. -ot'r tarin ,,lnt I, Ih, given Ib tl C(IEMPENT CIITP Y rIIIpiE TLU. At the Lake on that Day. 'l'lt'kie fir lo at tht e omfn ifi thln New (4r ilans and Motile itatllroala. fornler Caml antl (iIommon strfl tl, t. Itl lat, tie ldpot. Elyslan Fltlla set.reett. oid at i Rstat tJlPl. ilorner of Ely elan itFlus anld Ciathornf streets,. Itals Mh&E I). I. ItBIfNtiN. Itniivir. SIVEItIIH IIF ItOWIN(t ILEATTA. ATTENTION CA P'TAINI. Canptains and l strkes of the various irew, oen tortd for this legatta will lulease meet at Ilfaw kine' Club ofim. MHA'TriI tAY EVENIN 1. at t i.,'ltok. to, draw for a.itsltons. IflCHAlI) It. WILDE, ChIlr rnn i 'orin rnit.te. Offliial oilpool s mol HATUJIiIAY. HUNDAY alnd MONDAY EVENINO8. at liawkine' at so cflc'k. fill:) 2t GIRAND AMATEUI: REJATTA UNDER T1HE AUMsPlCUR OF '1lHE RLIVERI IE BOWING CLUB AT THE NNW IAIlK EMN, Monday and Tuesday, AUgust 1 and 7, Olpn to ali regular organizm, boat clubs in the State of Limielitana. Rares. Monday--lingle 1timul! Hell, Double tehotl. Four-oiared (U1g, Tuesday-Hingle Htill Working Boat, Four oared Barge, Four-oareld Shell. Elegant prizea for each momber of winning r Regatta C'ommittee. E. A. BUIRKE, Chairman; Hon. . R. Dia.mond. Hon. I. . Wilde,. lOorge Kuhner, John Kuhlman. Henry Whohtge. Henry A. Despotmier jyaR taw INSURANCE. HAMUSIIUg MAIDE1BIIURB FINE INRUU AAC. COMPANY OF HAMIUINU. This Company is now prepared to I1.sun POLICIES against. Loss or Dabrang by Fire at current rates. Every 1IH8K taken by this Com pany is partic(ipated in by three of the largest German Fire Insurance Companies, represent Ing atin aggr'egati capital and surplus of over HIXTY MILLION MARK, equal to Fifteen Miillion Dollars. G. H. gold-thus enabling this Company to a..'pt, largen linets. * WILLIAMI & dBRUCKNEII, Agents, jy4 rlm 13 Carondelct street. TIlE PEOPLk's INSUltANCUE COMPANY, OF NEW ORLEANS, Omlre, No. 10 Carondelet street. MINTH ANNUA.L %TATK1IENT. In conformity with the requirements of their charter, the company publish the following statement: Premiumn reoonlved during the year ending June 30, 1977: On Fire risks... t3,.7., lo On river risks.... 4.238 97 Ol marine risks.. 5,168 00 Total Premiums ........ $48,193 07 Less return premiums...... W;7 19 147.525 59 Add profit and loss ...... 18,123 7 $6..,49 67 Less unterminated premiums 10,00 34 Not premiums received -55a569 33 Losses paid during the same period: On fire risks .............. $20.420 On river rislks ............. 1.002 71 On marine rtisks .....---...... 1.22 27 Rebate................... 7,141 05 ielnsuranee ................ 2,413 32 Taxes...................... 2,928 5.1 Rent......................1. 11 00 Printing. adlvertising, etc.. 672 90 Board of Underwriters... 1.564 25 Expenses, etc., less interest 4.664 r6 $43.124 23 Net profit............................ $12.45.1 10 Thie comnpany hts the lol lowing assets: Premiums in course 9f collection ............ . $7,22 60 Bank and other stocks.... 56,721 05 Rhal estate.................. 13,941 95 Notes secured by pledge.. 8.694 9 Notes secured by mortgage 13,015 16 Bills receivable at shogt terms ..................... ,.109 13 Of ice furniture and fix tu . s .. .................. .... 2.879 1 Suspense twVrouint.......... 1.711 40 Cash on band............. . 9,6:0 9~a Totalasst ....................... .1..2.12.5 44 The above statement is a true and correct traneript from the books of the company. E'NFNHT PRAGST, President. JOHN WILSON. Vice President. 1'. M. SCHNEIDAU, Secretary. hSworn and subscribed to before me, at New Orle.ans this loth day of July,, 1i77. JOHN BENDEKNAGEL, Notary Public. NEW ORLEANS, July lo, 1877. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held this (lay, it was unanimously resolvedto declare a dividend of TEN per cent on the capital stock. nayable on demand and a further dividend of FIVE per cent to ALL insurers on their earned premiums for the year ending June 30, 1877, in addition to the rebate of 15 per cent already re ceived by said insurers on their gross pre miums, payable on and after the 6th day of Au gust. 1877. jyl2 im P. M. SCH.EIDAU, Secretary. MIOsCLLANZOlls. NEW CROP TURNIP SEED. By stenmer Lonn fttar from Now Yorlt received a full supJ,ly of TIUIINIP ME)R. v'tr' g#rowth. I so lovein stj.r t eao aessirtIntit of REAH)ONAIBLIE N1EE8flDS, eI olfer at low-st market rntes. in bulk or aperr, Ordtrs respeotfully sohltie d. jylalm tin fIIlA;t FROT130TlEB. No. 1i and 17 DI)umnlostr,.ct. LJLI ENTHAL'S PHOTOGRAPH ART GALLERY. 191............ CANAL STBEET ............1 : TOUIIO BUILDINGH. This well known establishment is the largaew - and mot complete in the city of New Orleanu. The style of pictures made by LAMBIERT'S PERMANENT PIOCESS surpasses. aything that can be made at other galleries. No one who is fully aware of the superiority of this proceess, will go to the expense and trou ble to have a picture taken that in a very shot time will fade. I guarantee the LAMBERT to be unly plo. ture that WILL NOT FADE. myis .m I'. DEROUD, CARItIIAGE MANUFACTORY, Io and y1 Kt. Joseph street, lBetween Tchotpitoulas and Peters streets, New tjrleans, Barortches, iusagles and Spring Wagons at the lowest prices. General repairing done on most reasonable terms, iris am' JULIO, 1 PORTRAIT PIAINThR. No. 5 Caroadelet street, New Orleans. Portralts from IlfQ or from pictures of the deceased (in oil or ,(rayon, from t2 to My ART GALLERT is a pinae of free re sort, ant the pujile, la invitel to vi t it at pleasure. DR. FAt' RIP, A REGULARILY EDUCATE'D PHYSIOCIAN, Continues to give his LNIE ATTENTION to the treatment of venere an privat disease. Recent ases uredi a short time. Long stand- . Ing constitutionl ailments are treated With U.. oarIleled sucess. 8perm torrh rmindt - IWeakness or Torvope Debility aznd mptencr , Sthe resut o evil habits ion otlt or exs , which produesome of thefo9wneffeo'-n Af s eminelons, blotohes, debility, d asppoden. dizz ness, nervousnees,dimnosof sighthou ot,nstlpatilon, onftuslon of Ideas, and untti , the viotlm for bulness or marriage, ar fl, cured. A p slcan who confines hmself ax clusively to the treatment of a certain olass diseases tnust posses reatkll in that s it- i : td. A medical amphlet fr two sttnpp MedicInes sunplied. Consultation free Cures guaranteed. Hours: a. m. to7 p, m.' Sndays rom 7 a. m, to m M. Ohflee o.24 xchangr lPace, between anal and uattomhousea myl2 LEWI1' PREPARATION. of Fine Oast Steel to the Sulphuretted l Those havin n used and test t vail of this olnono, are Mu in th is_.t 1lp be had at the Drug StroI, aLY an many other druggist of ti city. To the uniniltateod and septical will ay that, in placing it before the public, have viated from the whole conclave of inventors "of the surest and best anti bilious medllinage" cti. I allude to their Invtrlable sersly of Inlgre dients. The usual and only other mode in pro ducing Bulphuretted Iron is by the hydrogen process, where it is mat e by und reds of voundle fr the commerce of the world, and Is not to be cpended on, as it contains too great a proportion of artBon (char(coal) which cannot be volded in the process of their manufao turing it. Thin Hulphnret of Refined Stoel is the pure sulphuret of steel, having not a particlo of foro cign matter in Its combination. It Rs made by hand. Those eminent professors of chemistry an physicians of France, together with the United it.ates Dlspensatory, state that the great object in admlnistering iron in to gct the greatest Stuantity into the gastric juice of the stomach, a ft In lntendad to renovate and purify the blood. and Its known value as a tonlc. mysttf W.T. L, CONSUM PTION Positively; Cwred. Al IIufferersfrom thedisiasew whoareanxuos to be cured should try DR . KI.4NER'S GKLIC BRIATED CONSUMPT.IVE POWDERS, These powders are the only preparation known that will cure CONSUMPTION and all diseasies of the THROAT AND LUNOS--indeed, so strong i~, our faith in them, and also to convince you that they are no humbug, we will forward to every suff rer, br mall, post paid, a >rFR TRIAL We don't want your money until you are verfectly satisfled of their curative powers. If your iifeisorth saving, don't delay ingiving these POWDEJR a trial, as they will surely cure Price, for large bor t. sent to any part of United States or Canada by mail on receipt price. Address ASH A ROBBINS, ·. pa16 lV u0 Falton street, Brooklyn. N Y. 0 DENTISTRY. J. R. WALK R,' D. D. S., We. 180 oej, 5 tmeeg, tt Imrovee nd b sle [iodralte IoYe,5. Contour 1Uiln so mb4 K F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH, No. 23 Commercial Place. New Orleans, BOBenera ed o ork t to sort notice and reasonable prloes. lsoV Locl and Co. ese relr ; D boeys ot allp deseriptlon madeý r te r in a specialtr m,. Iv Southern Shoe Factory OF JOHN HANSEN, $8 and 55 CsSal street, New Orleasa.. TO ALL SO'THEBN CITIZENS. . I am of the same opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build up the manufae" turIng interest of our native atin order to help the laboring classes and keep the money which wouald otherwise go to the North. at honje. About ayear ago I started my Faetc ry, and using the best material and payina myf aas promptly. I have been enabled to extend my siness and upport sw women and child that would have otherwise left the Btate. order still to inerease my Pactory, I would earnestly call upon the merchants. not only of the city, but of the whole country. to give me their al and encouragement. ome ann see me. de14 1y INO. HANSEN w. w. FARMER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MONROE. LOUISIANA. Practices in the parishes of Ouachita, More house and Richland. Claims taken for collee tion in all other parishes, with privilege of man sen same in connection with attorneysreesi Stherepolo eThuig ýsr