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TwE LOCOMOTIVE BROTHERHOOD.
NEW YORK, Aug. 1.-Chief Arthur, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin eers, has written a long letter to the New York Herald, giving an account of the rise and objects of that society, while justifying all the steps it has taken for the improvement of its mem bers' interests. In referring to the cause of the present strike, he advises the railway managers to cease the suicidal policy of cutting rates, and submit all differences that may arise between themselves and employes, that they cannot adjust, to a board of arbitrators composed of three disinterested men, one to be chosen by each party and the two to select the third, and their deci sion to be final. In his opinion it is the only fair way of settling disputes and a sure preventive of strikes. He also says that it is the sheerest folly for the railway to think they can destroy the organization, which was never so strong as at present. ----- -. . . - A FALLEN WOMAN's CRIME. A telegram from Evansville, Ind., to the Cincinnati Enquirer tells the fol lowing painful story: "Mrs. M. T. Scott,wife of a blacksmith at Cynthiana, Posey county, was delivered of a child five months after marriage. Last Tues day she broke its skull with a stone and cut its throat and mouth horribly, and hid the body in a Calvert organ, ex plaining to her husband that it was a miscarriage. He discovered blood oozing from the organ, and on being re fused the keys to it summoned the au thorities. While he was gone she cut the head and limbs off, which were sealed in fruit jars and put in the attic, while the body was slipped between the wall and the plastering. On the arrival of the authorities she seized an ax and faced them, and was with difficulty dis armed. When the developments were complete she jumped into a cistern, and was with much trouble rescued. She admits the deed, and says it was done to cover her shame. The facts have just become known by notification of the prosecutor. She will be tried next Wednesday." SOUTH AMERICAN TRADE. St. Louis is bound to start up a trade, even if it has to go to South America for it. An agent for twenty-five of the leading manufacturing and commetcial houses of that city recently started for Venezuela. He took with him samples of flour, furniture, trunks, tin and metal ware, carriage furnishings, beer and ale, soaps and candles, agricultural im plements, fancy articles, books and sta tionery, Catholic Church service arti cles, matches, wire fence, gas machines, provisions, iron goods, crackers, and bags and bagging. Chicago will now probably send an agent down there with a list of every other article of oomw meree in existence, and try to run the St. Louis fellow out. The following is given as the com parative milk yield of the various breeds of cows: A native cow produces annu ally 2794 pounds of milk; Jersey 3820, Ayrshire 4~0, and the American Hal stein 4527. Taking the weight, nine hundred and fifty pounds, of native cows, they produce five times their weight in milk; Ayrshire, six and one half; Jersey, four and one-half times, and Haletein five times. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BUGGIES & CARRIAGES. THE UNDERSIGNED IS HTILL AT HIS Old Stand, 85 Carondelet street, And will sell carriages and buggies for a lower price than any dealer in the South for the next sixty days toe me, to make room for a new fall stock. Will sell lower tnan any dealer In the city for CASH, or thirty, sixty and ninety days' acceptance, to suit the enmergency. N. B.-I have exclusive control and salde f the celebrated Emerson & Fisher top and no to, buggies, that cannot be surpasseid for beauty. elegance cheapness and durabi ity in the' United 4tates. They ar manufactured of the best material; patent wheels ard axletrees, steel bows, very light and yet strong, oil-teni e,-ired English stooeel springs-all Ifully glallrlan teed ; all of which will be so l in accordance wit I the times. I have also a large stock of CHILDREN'S CABRIAGES, from $7 up to o40; a full assort ment of VELOCIPEDES, and the square JAP ANESE UMBRELLAS. new style and water proof. Call at 35 Carondelet, and examine be tore buying elsewhere, and save money. Again, have exclusive sale of the work man ufactured by Messrs. McLear & Kendall, ,f Philadelphia-tho largest and most successful builders on the continent of America. They send their goods to every city in the United states; have many established reporsitories,. well stocked with the finest work, over the coun try. and build 2000and 3000 jobs a year. This work is the very best quality for wear and corm forit, fully guaranteed for twelve months. This firm has stood all the financial eruptions and paunies for twenty years. and to-day is far in ad. vance of any establishment in the country. P. H.-I also buy largely of Meessrs. Dart & Rey nolds, of New Haven. Conn., the young and en terprising successors of G. T. Newhall. They build about sixty jobs a week-work that cannot be surpased for durability and finish, fully guaranteedi. Call at 35 Carondelct street. and examine. aus tf L. T1'. MADDUX. NEW CiOP TORNIP SEED. By steamer Lone Star, from New York. I have .received a full supply of TURNIP SEED. this year's growth. I also have in store a complete .assortment of SEASONABLE SEEDS. which I offer at low-st market rates, in bulk or papers. 4Orders respectfully solicited. jy22 im RICHARD FROTSCHER. No. 15 and 17 Dumainestreet. KENTUCKY MULES FOR SALE. I am now receiving at R. E. LEE HALES STABLES No. 131 Baronne street weekly ship ments of kentucky MULES and HORSES, of every description. I will constantly keep on hand from 200 to 3soo00 Mules. Terms liberal and prices reasonable. Planters and draymen espe ,cially solicited to call and examine them. jyat lot M. F. THOMSON. JUMBER, CABINS, ETC. The undersigned are still at their old stand. No. 350 Delord street. New Basin, and are prepared to sell Lcheaper 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. iyll 2m P. BEROUII, CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, 70 and 72 St. Joseph street, Between Tchoupitoulas and Peters streets. New t rleans. Barouches. Buggies and Spring Wagons at the lowest prices. General repairing done on most reasonable terms. yl8 3m* WM. H. SEYMOUR, UNITED STATES PASSPORT AGENT, NOTARY. Commissioner for New York and other States it astomeask e street. dtl BANWK STATEMENTS. REPORT OF THE CONDIiION OF THE METROPOLITAN LOAN AND SAVING9 At the close of business July 28, 1877. ASSETH. Real Estate .............................. :..·,'·· s5 Htate and City 8eauritios and Stocks. ,253 16 Loans maturing within 90 days......... 10.951' 3 Loans maturing after 9o0 dpys.......... ".251 0." Loans on demand................ .... 20.06'1 00 New York exchainge.................... 1,085 .90 Furniture and fixtures...... ............ 1 4.9"" CurrentI eXDp( .o1 .................. . . 1,490 89 Cash items-i-(ioll and silver r''in, United States and National Bank no,te, land cheks on local ILouks.. 21;,3i01 eli $:137,070 691 LIABILITI ES. Htoock paid in ................ ...... .....0120,09 o00 Reserve funds .......................... 100.928 55 Undivided profits............... .... 9,23 9 Unpaid dividends...................... 510o on Interest bearin deposits.............. 27,484 40 Non-interest bearing deposits........ 52.374 73 Other liabilities ................. ...... 1 2o. 1. ) $237.070 69 The foregoing statement is correct and true. T. D. VAN HORN, Cashier. LOUIS JLEONtIARD. Direeto A. CIA SKY, Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me, August 1, A. D. 1877, W. B. KLEINPETER. Notary Public. Published in accordance with the provisions of act No. 91 of 1877. A. DUBUCLET, aus It State Treasurer. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE LOUISIANA MAVINGPJ BANK AND ,SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, At New Orleans, in the State of Loulsiana, at the close of business. Saturday, July SS, 1.477. RESOURCES. Ieal Estate ............................. $0o,10 no City Premium Bonds.................. .89,22. 8 Louisiana State Bonds ................ :,720 o Other stocks and bonds ................ lo.8s9 (n Loans on mortgage ...... ................. 3774 8o Loans due after ninety days........ 12.147 71 Loans due within ninety days...... 16,723 7:1 Loans due on demand ................ 12:3.u.1 o( ISue from banks and bankers......... 4.,330 44 Furniture and fixtures. includig safe deposit vault.............. 52.000 on Expenses ........................... 71 40 Cash ....... ...... ................. .... 4,24)) I1 T tail...............................$1,20i ,135 75 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in .................. soo,ooo on Surplu ............ ................ 10,00n o Other undivided profits .............. :1.449 68 Interest bearing deposits .......... : 17.171 33 Non-interest bearing deposits....... 215,248 12 Duo banks and bankers ............ 99.475 82 Otherliabilities ........................ 34,790 00 Total ............................... 1,208.135 75 We. of the Louisiana Savings Bank and Safe Deposit Company, do solemnly swf ar that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. S. WALTON, Cashier. ED. CONERY. Directors. W. H. THOMAS, r Sworn to and subscribed before me, notary, at New Orleans. this 31st July, 1877. ANDREW HERO, Notary Publie. Published in accordance with the provisions of act No. 91 of 1877. A. DUBUCLET, asus it State Treasurer. NTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF 'tHE CITIZENS' nAVING' BANK, Of New Orleans, at tie close of business. Sat urday. JIily 28, 1877. IlESOUIICES. Bonds and stocks, market value....... $07.877 58 Loans maturing within ninety days.. 1:13:,16: 51 Furniture and fIxtures................. 1.021 00 Current expenses. Including State and city taxes and licenses. ....... 8....12 0 Cash ................................... 20.6338 391 Total ................. ............... 227,019 28 LIABI LITIES. Capital stock............................$100,000 (01 Surplus fund............................ 9,159 62 Undivided profits ...................... 11,062 87 Deposits Iearing interest... ... . 70.50)0 0o) Deposits not bearing interest.......... 36,000 7: Total.....................................$27,619 28 We, of the Citizens' Savings Bank, do solemr. ly swear that the foregoing statement is correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. M. BENNER, Cashier. LOUIS GRUNEWALD. .Dir E. P. CIIAMPLIN. ectr. State of Louisiana, parish of Orleans. Sworn to before me this 31st day of July, 1877 J. D. CRAWFORD., Notary Public. Published in accordance with the provisions of act No. 91 of 1877. A. DUBUCLET. aus It State Treasurer. NOTICE. Crockery, China, Glass and Hardware, AT NET COST PRICES. ON ACCOUNT OF LIQUIDATION THE entire stock in trade of the late firm of GAINES & RELF is offered for sale at net cost prices, for cash, Purchasers are requested to call before purehas ing. and may rely on finding extraordinary good bargains and at prices lower than can be found elsewhere. Parties iesiring FIRST CLASS GOODS at VERY LOW PRICES will do well to call. J. G. GAINE', Sole Liquidator. loo Canal street. Now Orleans, July i, 1177. au3 lot UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL. Eagle Hall, Prytanla street, cor. Urania. The Fourth Annual Session of this school for Boys will open on MONDAY, October 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 ratrcns 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, Principal. jy31 3m P. O. Box 425 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. deiling and Flooring. A full suplyalways on hand. Orders promptly filled. Box 21 MeohaniLc ' Exchange. jy Ira" F.H. WFT, Agent. BANK STATEMENTS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -OF T&HE NEW ORLEANn CANAL, AND BANKING COMPANY, At New Orleans, in the Htnte of Louisian, at the 'lose of business, Saturday, July 28. I.77. Real Estate.. ....... . . $17,515 24 United Htates BInds ($1),0.00 4'2 pDr cent,) market valueo$18,s urrl''lr'y coSt . -.... 101.064 46 City Premium Bonds ($50,000,r market value 34I, cost ... ... 17,000 Bonds and stocks....... ..... 228 :5 Loans on mortgage maturing after 4o dlays ... - $24.116 11 Loans and discounts ma turingafter 9t0 days. - 9.314 70 Loans and discounts ma turing within ,9 dlays. 1,6895,160 46 Loans on demand ..... 215.896 3 ) 2,0)20,527 57 Due from other banks and bankers, (Including Foreign and Domestic Exchange,) par valu e. .......... 9168,1.5 07 Current exponses ................... 1,303 12 Cash items--gold. ...... $;9,.992 65 National IBank Notes. 507,591 40 U. 8. Notes 371.0110 0x 04 .,597 05 $4,224,42:3 Hc LIABILITIES. Capital stock .1.... ,0001,0 00 Contingent fu nd .. .. .. . 89,35 597 Dividends unpaid . 1:1,470 (9) Individual Ideposito(rs.. .. :3,o.0,752 13 Foreign banks and bankers... . 42,o0( 26 Other liabilities (circulation) -. 8,772 50 $4,224,429 PC We. of the New Orleans Canal and Banking Company, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the host of our knowledge and belief. CII. JUMONVILLE, Cashier. .T. J. GIDIElItE, 1 Iirctor. II. 8. HOWARD. ) State of Louisiana, parish of Orleans. Sworn to and subsetibed before ne, this lst. dlay of August. 1877. THEO. GUYOL, Notary. Publishedl : ;:1 wcerdlane" with the provisions of act No. 91. of 1477. A. DUBUCLET. au( It Htate Treasurer. REPORT OF TIlE CONDITIOR --OF TIlE- BiANKINO DEPARTMENT OF THE CITIZE:M' BANK OF IOUISIANA. At New Orlhiano, In the Stato of Louisiana, at the Ill os l of busilness on the 28th )lay of July, 1877. IRESOURICEH . Real4 eslltatd .......... . ......... ... . . $:101,74 142 Unitedl Htatres Inds, $2N,,1) (market vallue $112).. - $2.240 0) Louisin8na1 Statt), bndis. $100,0400, (nmarket value 177 ) . ... .... . 70,01 )() 00 Other bonds and stocke.. 15.46; st 87,708 51 Mortgage stock department .......... 721.910 25 Other loans and di4count4., maturingafter 8oda ys $476,221 67 Other loans an!d discoulnts nlmaturing within 911 days .............. ....... 50),)· 1 Loans on d allullll......... 111),015 8R; ---- 1,08,52 32 Over drafts ............ ............... . 3435 14 Due from other banks and bankers.. 187.:14 17 Current expenses ..................... 22,078 20 Cash Itms- (ild ,l',in............ 14,565 Silver ein........... 15.070 80 U. S. and National hnrlk notIt........ 216,859 48 2441,49:5 372 'I',ta4l,..............................$2';4 5,878 74 LIABLITIES. Capital st',.k paid in..... $1.54,.04,) i1N Undivide'd prollts......... 33.1997 $1l,533,:)l19 97 Dividends ulnp[id........ ;.7 ,on lndivilllal deptlosits b'a)r ing interest........... :1,20 77 Individual deplloito nt eanrilg intrest...... 7)15;,;415 8. Due to hanks and hankers 0.:32,660 13 $1,132.,63 77 Total ................ ...... .... ...$2,665.878 74 We. of th, Citizens' ]1ank of Louisiana. do solemnlSly swear that thIe Ibove statemernt is true. to tl btest f 11ur knowledge and h,,li·f. JAH. J. TARLETON. Casohier. HENRY RENSHHAW. D El). A. PALFItl.l I or State of Louisiana, Parish of Orlans. Sworn toI 1and sulbstcril,'d ),before me. this 310th day of July. 1877. Published in al:cordlalce with t1he provisions of ioit No. 91, 1877. altl4 It A. DI)UBU7Ir ET. State Trneasurer. REPORT OF' THE CONDITION -OP THE NEW ORLEANSM AVINGS INSTITUTION At the Close of fluulness, July 31, 1877. RESOURCES. leal estate ............................. .3 $53,01 90 Louisiana State sev'n per cent bonds, $382,500.................... ...... 32.950 00 St. Charles Hotel Co., first mortgage bonds $3t,000....................... 34,000 a 0 Jackson Railroad Co. first mortgage bonds. $27000. .................... 27,020 00 New Orleans Gas Light stock, thirty one shares.... ........... ..... 3.521 00 Odd Fellows' Hall Assoiation, first mortgage bonds. 2000........... . 2,000 00oo Loans on mortgage maturing within 90 days.............................. 5..245 10 Loans on mortgage maturing after 90 days .................................... 419.913 47 Other loans and discounts maturing within 90 days...................... 33 59; 06 Other loans and discounts maturing after 94 days....................... 295,508 33 Loans on demand .................... 287,340 12 Cash...... ................... ..... - 121.'275 68 $2.17,,451 71 LIABILITIES. Due depositors........................2,109.45 18 Profit and loss.......................... 67.996 53 $2.177.451 71 Rate of interest, six per cent per annum. Whole number of accounts opened ........ 25.16 Whole number of accounts closed ........ 19,3r; Remaining open.......................... 5.8 We,' the undersigned trustees of the New Or leans Savings Institution, do solemnly.swear that the above statement is true, to the. best of our knowledge and belief. GEO. JONAR, , Tru.,tees. THOS. L. BAYNE. CHAS. KILSHAW, Treasurer. Sworn to and subscribed bef',re me, this Au gust 4, 1877. THEO. GUYOL, Notarv Publie. Published in accordance with the provisions of act No. 91 of 1877. A. DUBUCLET, asi it State Treasurer. MIS]CELLANEOUS. IRON COTTON TIE IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the constantly Increasing popularity and demand for the CELEBRATED ARROW TIE, The universally recognized favor ite Tie of Plant men and Ship pers of Cotton ienerally; the Ameri an Cotton T I e Company. Limited.sole pro Dpretors and manufacturors o d Tie com manding unequaled facilities, have, in addition to their large Sstock now on hand, contracted for increasedu quantities, euffil clent to meet the largest demand for Cotton Tiesto cover the entire crop of the coming season, and now, through their tagnts enerally, offer the POPULAR and IRREPIESSIBLE ARROW TIE At $2 50 Per Bundle Less 234 per cent discount for cash, in bundles complete, LESS THAN THE MARKET VALUE OF PLAIN HOOP IRON; and it being the pur pose of the Company to merit the continued patronage of the Panting community and to defy all competition that may arise, their Agents are instructxld 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 AOENTS. Gentlemen-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 BEST TIE we have seen. Pressing from five to seven hundred bales 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. Yours truly (Signed) A. '. LUFKIN, Superintendent. Blouthern Cotton Proess Company Presses. FACTOIIS' (;OMPRES, I MERCHANTS' Galveston. NEW WHARF I take pleasure in stating that since my superintendency of the Planters' Press, we have been constantly using the ARROW TIE. It gives entire satisfaction, and our pressmen prefer the Band and Buckle to any that they have ever used. I am yours very truly. (Signed) F. It. LUBBOCK. u peri ntendent. The above is indorsed by Cotton Press ,en 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 the ARROW TIE. R. W. RAYNE & CO., General Agents, iyv2p nm d&w NEW ORLEANS. CALEB A. PARKER & CO., 10 ............... Union street............... NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA, OENERAL AGENTS FOR Alabama, Georgian, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi anld Texas, H. W. JOHNS Manufacturer of ASBESTOS MATERIALS, Asbestos Paints in white and all known tints; colors mixed ready for use, unequalled in the market for durability and beauty. ASBESTOS ROOFING, Unequalled for durability; no retention of water on the roof., equal to Slate on that account. Asbestos Root Paint, Asbestos Fire Proof Coating, Asbestos Steam Packing, Steam Pipe and 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, Esq., to Union strect, New Orleans, to be tested, I take pleas ure in saying I have found them to be in every respect as represented. I can confidently 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, Washington and h agnolia streets, New Orleans. NEw ORLEANS, April 20,1877. Caleb A. Parker & Co.: Sirs-Having used H. W. Johns' Asbestos Paints and Roofing, I consider them the best I have ever used. Respectfull yours, B. SINNOTT. Captain of Steamboat New Bart Able. REyERENCE-Messrs. H Dudley Coleman & Brother 12 Union street, New Orleans. Send Cireular and Price List. jy15 EQUAL TO THE BES F. Marais Street Steam Brewery, s6........... Narals street........... 6 Between Conti and St. Louis. H. F. STURCKEN, Proprietor, ijy10 m NEW ORLEANS. VTIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN dersigned is the sole agent for the sale of these well known and highly prized ROOFING SLAT]S. Keeps also, on hand a full supply of VERIIONT GREEN AND PURPLE SLATES of the best qualities and a full line of PENN SYLVANIA tLATES, of Bangor Franklin and other well known quarries. We invite the closest inspectieh on the part of builders, con tractors and practical slsters. ALXA1NDEB HILL, e lm 110 aroadleltstreet. WANTS. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEIALE4.3 Governesses, Companions, etc. ARESPE(TABIE YOUNG LADY OF THIS city wishes to obtain it situation in tihe country. where she will lbe willing to instruct young children. or do housework and plain sewing, A groodI home more o+ an olljoet than wages. Adliress A. E. C.. this oifl,'e. aun 1w Wet Nurses. W ANTED-A HITUATION BY A YOUNG woman as wet nurse, Addreoss M., Demno crat omfite. aa1i I w Dressmakers and seamstresses. TANTED-BY A COMPETENT HEAM stress, sewing by the day or week. Address 117 Contli stret. al7 1w =WTANTED-BIY A LADY-A SITUATION TO VT sew or to do Iighlt housework. Address MISS MARY.,70 ht. Charles street. au7 at W ANTED-BY A YOUNG WIII'TE GIIIT,-A sftuation as housekeeper or seamntr,-s for a small family. Apply 270 St. Charles street. au17 It Cooks. Nurses. Chambermaids, Etc., WANTED-A SITUATION BY A. IRESP'ECT able girl toedo houmsework and nurse. Ad dress L. B., th.is office. aT71w W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG white girl to nurse or do housework. Ad lress E. M., this office au3 1w W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A WHITE woman to cook or wash and iron, Address E. M., Democrat oflce,. aul 1w W ANTED--BY A NEAT. TIDY WOMAN. a situation to cook and do housework. Good rlerences given if required. Addro., MAGGIE. this office. au2 1w SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. Clerks and Salesmen. W ANTEI -A SITUATION BY AN ENG lishmarn, in a store, where he can make hiimnself gnnerally useful. Wages no object. Ad dress HI. I'..thlis oflice. aus at W ANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY A BOY aged 14 years in a store to make himself useful, and writes a plain hand. Apply at No. 189 I)ryandsstreet. au4 1w HELP WANTED-FEMALES. Chambermalds, Cooks, Nurses, etc. W ANTED-AN INDUSTRIOUS AND TIDY woman for cooking and house work. ,Re ferences required. Apply at No. 55 First street. jo90 tf W ANTED-AT LABOR AGENCY 128 GIROD near Camp street. established in 1847 tan Cooks, Laundresses and House Girls. WM. CLELLLAND. Je4 tf WANTED-PUPIIS. W A NTED-MRS. VON WAGNER. TEACHER of Penmanship. drawing and music, gives lIssons at her rooms. No. 404 Baronne street, near Melpomene. Terms moderate. I AANTED-BY A TEACHER, THE CARE TV of a house from th, 1st of July to the ist of November. Satisfactory references will given. Address D.. this office. , je24 tf AANTED-BY A TEACHER A POSITION to teach, In either a family or a school, for board for self and two children. Andress " D," this office. je24 tf TO RENT. W A NTED-A SMALL HOUSE CONTAIN ing three or four rooms, or part of a house with the same number of rooms. Must be In walking distance of Canal street. Address V. C. M.. kostofflee box 2020. us8 lw W ANTED TO RENT-A SUITE OF ROOMH. or an entire second floor, with conve niences for light housekeeping Rooms must be largo and in ia central location. Canal, North Rampart or Bourbon streets preferred. Address C. H., Demoerart omce. uau8 It W ANTED Ti) RENT-A SMALL TWO story house or a cottage, with' three or four rooms; central location desired. Address QUII). Democrat olfice. au5 1w TITANTED-TO RENT, WITH BOARD, TWO I large, airy and comfortably furnished front rooms, in second story, gallery all round, con voelent to two lines of ears table always sup plied with the finest that the market affords. No one need apply unless well recommended. Addrese X, X, X,, Democrat QIc.o, jy7 tf MISCELLANEOUS. W ANTED-A HITUATION BY A GElRMAN man and wife-the man to take care of horses and make himself generally useful; the womlan to cook, wash and Iron. References given. Address C. S. T.. this Office. aus at WANTED - NOTICE TO LANDLORDS yI Every New Orleans landlord and landlady. whether owning much or little property, who is willing to examine (free of cost) a method of saving money and avoiding trouble is request ed to send his or her name and ad(ldress, before the loth instant, to L. C. A., Postofflic Box 195, New Orleans. au7 4t W ANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LEARN TEL "graph operating to fill positions on Southern railroads. A ,ply at. Crescent Tele graph Instltute. No. 46 Camp street (up stairs). au7 2t* .WANTED-TO- TAKE CHARGE OF A house for the summer season, or longer, b,y a responsiblh lady. Best of reference. Ad. dress Mrs. C.. Democrat offIce. au5 1w $1 ,I FOR I'IANO TUNING-BEST WORK. *P.J.)*) r30r Magazine,. D. LEECH, Soiree Pianist. jye29 imHu W A bNTED--BILLS FOR 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. centage. Satisfaction guaranteed and the very host of recommendations furnished as to hon esty and capacity. Address COLLECTOR, care Democrat Offtie. je27 tf W ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. FORMER ly connected with the Press of Mississippi, a situation. Has an extensive acquaintance throughout the Southwest;is possessed 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 ist of Sentember in acquiring information about and the details of the line of business preparatory to traveling for a very small com pensation. Address B., bemocrat office. jyls FOR RENT. - OR RENT-NO. 995 TdHOUPITOULAS HT., -1 corner of Eighth. Rent 525. Apply to L. WEIL, 16 Chartres street, or corner of Tchoupi toulas and Pleasant streets. aus 1w IOIt RENT-NO. 987 TCHOUPITOULAS 1 street. Ient SR. Apply to L. WEIL. 16 Char tres street. or corner Tehoupitoulas and Pleas ant streets. au8 1w L.OR RENT-NO. 14 EIGHTH STREET. I' Rent s7. Apply to L. WEIL. 16 Chartres street. or corner of Tchoupitoulas and Pleasant streets. aue 1w OR R]tENT-HOUSE NO. 19 POEYFARRE 1 stret-l'ossession September 1; rent low: house in good order. Apply to L. F. Barrett, No. 7 Commercial place. auils 1W T1OIR RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A COT I tage containing four rooms, with privilege of bath-house, one b!ock from steamboat wharf on lake shore. Rent $40 for the season. Ad dress K. L. M.. Democrat offlic. aul TFOR RENT-THE COTTAGE, NO. 143 ELY Ssian Fields street, containing 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. 146 Carondelet street. je285tf -.OR RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A COTTAGE on lakeshore, completely furnished. near Colome's Hotel. Parties renting the above can obtain boarders, which will more than defray expenses. Nor partibulars call at No. 146 Caron delet street. je28 tf BOARDING. SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-COMFORT. O ably furnished front rooms can be obtained, with or without board, by the day, week or month, by applying at the elegant private resi dence No. 146 Carondelet street. Parties in search of home comforts will find this a rare opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to the house. Beterenoes exchanged. es tt SPECIAL NOT ICEB. Headquarters First Regiment Lonlslana Field Artillery-Meobhanles' Institute, New Or leans, Angust s. 1877--Battallon Moeting-The officers and members of this command are hereby ordered to attend a meting to be held THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. I'unctual attendance Is requested, as business of grent importance will be transacted. Jiy order: COL. JNO. (GLYNN, JR. A. Dusmr,. Adjutant. aus It Tihe People's Bank of New Orleans New Orleans, August r, 1877 -This bank has re m,,ved to the NEW BANKING HOUSE, corner of DI),atur and Customhouse streeoot. alt 10t N. LANDRY, Cashier. Delilnquent Tax pyers--Ctizens' Saving Bank, Grunewald Hall, 22 Baronne street New Orleans, July 5, 1r77-This BAVINOd IANK will advance to Laborers, Mechanics, Clerks. etc. the money necessary to pay their taxes under Ant, 96 of 1877, and repayment may be made to the Bank in weekly or monthly in stallments. M. BANNER, jyn tf Cashier. omeIe st. Bernard Coal Company, 2 Carnndelet street, New Orleans.-SPEIIAL NOTICE.-The undersianed is prepared to con tract for COAL, for fall and winter supply at following rates, delivered in any portion of thae city: Families.................... ....... a per bbl. Steam ................................te per bb Dealers ......................... ... 450 per bbl. (hauling themselves.) jy15 HuATh m W. H. CAMPBELL, Agent. For the Lake - oflee of New Orleans City Bailroad Oompany, No. 124 Canal street New Orleans, May 221877.-Until further notice trains for the Lake will leave the city every hour from 6 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clook p. m., and every half hour from 3 p. m. to 9:30 p. m. The last trainlwlil leave the Lake End at 10:30 o'clock p. m. my23 tf C. C. LEWIS, Seoretary. COPARTNERSHIPS. G IOPARTNEISHIP - THE UNDERHIGNED have this day formed a copartnership under the firm name of FAZENDE & SEIXAH. for the nuroose of cerrying on the Brokerage buslnees in Htocks, Notes, Bonds. and all State and City Heurlties, at No. 175 Common street. P. O. FAZENDI, aus HIENIRY 0. SEIXAS, FOR SALE. 10OR BALE-ONE FARQUHAII RICE ' Thresher. No. a, nearly new can be deliv ered Immediately. Apply to I, (GALLY 177 Comnmon street, or at Mechanics and Traders' Bank. auS 1w FOR BALE-ONE BAY-ROAN IIORSE, NIGIH teen hands high; 7 years old; can trot faster than any lareo horse in the State, either with or without boad; kind and gentle in overy respect Can be seen at any time corner Canal and TontU at P. HOLTEN H stable.__ au4 st L'OR SALE --THREE BOILERS, 22 FEET I long and ac Inches diameter, with mud and steam drums. Will be delivered at any point on Upper Coast. Apply to E. CONERY & SON. 1111 For Sale. A Wheeler and Wilson nLWITNG MACHUIN. new and in perfect "rdr, will be sold very cheap. Address MACHINE, Democrat offioe. mya tf MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SKEALED PROPO8AL8. DEPAIRTMENT OF WATERWORKS AND PUBLIC Buildings, Room 23. City Hall, New Orloans, August 4, 1877. Healed proposals will be received by the un dersigned till MONDAY. August 18, 177, at 12 o'clock in., for REPAIRING SUPREME COURT BOOM (Jackson Square), accordingto plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Surveyor. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Parties making proposals for the work are required to deposit with the Administrator of Finance. as an evidence of their intention to abide by the adjudication, the amount of 2x10 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 to be indorsed, "Proposals for ro pairs to Supreme Court Room." JAMES D. EDWARDS, Administrator of Waterworks and Public Build. ings. 11au4 td SEALED PROPOSALS. DEPARTMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS, RooM No. 16, CITi HALLA, Now Orleans, August 1,1817. HSaled Proposals will be received at this office up to SATURDAY. August 11, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., for the construction of Nuisance Wharves in the First. Second and Fifth Districts of the city, as per specifications on file in the office of the City Surveyor. The city reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. JOHN McOAFFREY, al2 . Administrator. NOTICE TO BAKERS. MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS,. City Hall, August 4, 1877. The average price of fresh flour beingthis day nine dollars; in accordance with said valuation the price of bread for the week, commencing on MONDAY, August 6, 1877, will be: Fifty-three ounces for twenty cents. Twenty-seven ounces for ten cents. Thirteen ounces for five cents. Bakers of broad 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 quality o material. iy29 J. C. DENIS. Mayor pro tem. Or1ICE ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY. I 22 Carondelet street. New Orleaas. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Steamshipse, Steamboats and familiessupplied. jlsMo&Weam W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent. HENRY KLUNQ, LITHOGRAPHER, ENGRAVER -AND 'P .I " T .P .R 811............ agazine treet .......811 NEW ORLEANS, LA. All work executed at New York priees. jy29 y NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEER. CASPAR LUSSE, Nes. 476 and 478 Chartres Street, Announces to the proprietors of BEER SALOONS, and to the public, that having com pleted his immense apparatus for manufac LAGER BEER, He is prepared to sell the same AT A LOWEB PRICE than any other HOME-MADE ABTI OLE, and of as good iunality as any similar arti clse rodnced to the UnitAe RtRts. mhn7 m F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH. No. 23 Commercial Place. New Orleans. BELL HANGING, IRON BAILBINGS, AND u General House Work attended to at short notice and reasonable proies. Also Vaults, Locks and Cop ln Presses repaed; bupUeasta Keys of aUl Gaescptione made. isf ~ietXr. iag ssOlel.t 3Tl'"1I1