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'A LY DEMOCRAT.
Isi J.urnuaI of the State of Louliiana. m4Il Jorurnai of the' City of New Orleans. i)Uloe, 191 GUrawer Itrout. *WREORUE W. DUPRE & cO.. pBO1B IETOUOa. 91KORG3 W, jAChRJE, II IAB81Kf, JOItN AU43UHTI1I, ALBERT 0. JANVIN. I. LLAR EY ...............EDITOR. S RATE8 OF JlUI8UIJI'TIONQ.I The Daily Democrat. Owe Year .......................... m 0 Fitt tonutlt mo0 tiroe louths... 250 Q ac Month..... ....A- . .. 10 0v payablel in Avt.Ivae. The Weekly Democrat. &1t Weekly Demoerat, a large eight-pagi ] LW ORLEANi, AUGUST 16, 1817. OUR ANNUAL STATEMENT. FPit of Septeninber, IRI. )n tho first of Reptenmber the DRMOUnAT will ,ue a correct. coniaio and compnrehlensive ttement of the commerce of the city of New lears during th past year. mrade up and maplled by gentiuemon whose facts and flaures nnot be disputed by the commercial corn iulty. .his issue will contdain several exhaustive ,tatin Agriculture, Railroads aind Manufate los. together with an elalborate and sttllistial Aieso on our iNATI0ON WITH SPANISH AMERICA. e will publish a correct and artistic ma,. ared and executed specially for the DEMo by that well known and accompiished 4Englieer. Ma. THOMAs H. tARnoP.F1 THE MEROHANTS' MAP -OF TrHE W ORLEINM PACIFIC RAILWAY show its importane to New Otleanis as the maIg IAo EMP, ORIUM and IlitUHNEt.s CNTRE ret Agricultural Region of the Southweost, b will show the pomition of IAIDW' JETTIEM l mouth of South Piss. atind also the lro ased location and route of the BARATARIA MHIP CANAL. We earnestly solicit the latronntte of our daus on this occasion, and those of themn Yo wish to send papers to their eonstituents 1ld do well to send in their orders ts soon as tssible. The advantages which the DEMOtR 1T offers to a patrons in point of rtctirI,ATION AND Porip AtTY are second to those of no other paper in l~ Orleans. An an advertising moedium it is unsturpassed. FREE OMUMEROE. Our Mayor has declared, in very em J*tio terms, in reference to the Sugar .ied problem, and all similar schemes ' burden the trade of this city, in iutding the too high wharfage license, art et and other dues which operate 5a0trlotions upon legitimate com - that he is unchangeable and un en" Jmising in his determination to t all his influence and power to edl their reduction. Even if the ,,.vtenues are to be reduced there .bll still favor such reductions. Ibia' the sentiment of an old mer knt and an unvarying Democrat. It aSnud be the policy of all who are in treated in the progress and prosperity f our city. If this policy is demanded f the city acting directly and as a cor oration, it is the more incumbent on when it is entrapped into contracts ad grants of franchises to private as relations, by which their burdens are icreased to the profit of individuals ad the oppression of trade and the in cease of the costs of consumption. This farming out system is an inheri urce from the old Spanish government hich held this State under the domin sn of its narrow anti-commercial policy rr many years previous to its cession. o monopolize trade and enrich office olders, that government imposed all Ltt of taxes on every article of com agroe deposited on the levee. It as gued to official pets and rings all the aluable franchises of the State and city. .has it prevented and retarded the tuwth of its colonies and drove them rebellion, and produced general s¥cat, where under the opposite policy t frse trade and equal rights, there ould have been rapid growth, pros e&ity and intelligence. This old relic of Spanish benight wcnt ought long since to have been ex spated from our political and muni lpal system. W q have an illustration of the odious se cf this system in the claim of the sgar Shed Company, to collect from ne of the products of our agriculture ad articles of commerce an amount of All which enables them to divide twenty or cent among their stockholders, and his for the use of a franchise and of o.perty which the city would have no ight to collect of itself, giving the as *gnee and lessee rights not belonging Sthe lessor and assignor. Would it be a accord with the law or with wise ±olicy to make such a profit as this on its rvestments in construction and facili es for commerce which is otherwise tfliciently taxed in various other forms? Can the city license others to do what .would be wrong and unlawful for it to B of itself? It has been decided by highest courts of the country that city cannot collect a rate of wharf ' exceeding the costs and repairs of CalifoTee; that is, it cannot make a be the largestavestments to accommo - commerce. Silver has been Ce Court a tax on 4ounty, Virginia, "evee and shel -d to be spe "& it. 5 qn ,, 1: and wise policy, we trust that our Mayor has indicated the course on these sub jects, which will be faithfully pursued by our Democratic administration. A PLUCKY MAYOR. There was one plucky official whose 3onduot stands out in bold contrast with that of the other Pennsylvania officials during the late strike troubles. Let it not Ilr imagined that by this remark we intend any disparagement of the heroic bearing of their renowned Gov ernor, who, by slow approaches, reached one of his principal cities after the mob, which had held it for a week against the whole militia and police force brought ag dnst them, had abandoned their prize and returned to the peaceful duties of private life, satisfied with the lire re venge they had wreaked upon their railroad oppressor-this gallant chief executive of a State of four millions of stalwart yeomanry, making his entrance into his said principal manufacturing city, guarded by a regiment of United States regulars and a origade of militia and park of artillery. Far be it from us to seek to detract from the lustre of such a noble display of heroic devotion to duty, still, we can not, as conscientious historians, omit to make record of the manly and courageous bearing of the little Mayor of the little town of Scranton, who trusted himself among the howling and furious mob, and demanding their dis persion, teceived with heroic fortitude a shower of stones and was severely belabored over the head with clubs, pick handles and other uncomfortable instruments suited to the creation of unnatural phrenological developments. It was only when their blows began to become seriously ponderous that the stout little Mayor-gave the signal for the advance of an armed police which he had previously organized and sta tioned in perdu. This was a wise pre caution, and a still wiser feature of the Mayor's strategy was that he had ap pointed as commander of this police squad an ex-Confederate officer who happened to be living in Scranton. The Mayor's signal was quickly an swered by a rush or double-quick of his police equad, and then when the Mayor shouted, "Firel" the ex-Confederate commander not only repeated the order, but saw that his men obeyed it with ball cartridges, and, after one vol ley, raised the shrill old whoop which had so often rung through the hills and valleys and over the plains of Old Vir ginia, and in a few seconds the howling mob was scattered and driven into their holes and huts, and the gallant Mayor was rescued and borne safely back to his office and a surgeon called in to sew up the fissures of his epidermis and poultice the bruises of his cranium. And thus at least was the little town of Scranton saved from the disgrace which attaches pretty much to all the other big and little towns and the remainder of the great Keystone State, from their lack of promptitude, vigor and man hood in resisting the lawless violence and fury of frenzied mobs. We have not the name of this Mayor or we should associate it with that of the sturdy Mayor of London, whose heavy mace brought to the dust the heavy figure of Watt Tyler, the leader of a great mob, which came near up setting the throne of King Richard II, of England. Walworth was his name. His worthy imitator may be justly ad mitted to be well iwortlh the suiffrages and confidence of the people of Scranton, for he was not only brave enough to con front the mob in person, bur he was sagacious enough to assign to the com mand of his police force an ex. officer of that immortal army which was entirely unused to running away from a fight which duty and honor re quired it to make. WM. J. M'OULLOUGH. Yesterday afternoon, whilst bathing at the lake end, Wm. J. McCullough was seized with a sudden spasm and expired. Mr. McCullough has filled during his useful lile many important positions in the State. Before the war he served eleven years as Surveyor (General of the State with remarkable ability, leaving a brilliant record of in tegrity and devotion to duty. When hostilities opened between, the North and South, true to his native State, he followed the banner of the Confederacy and served with honor as a staff officer in the Trans-Mississippi Department. When peace followed, he returned to his former avocations as sur veyor and land agent, and recently he was appointed expert to examine the records of the State Lznd )01lcc. He had many warm friends in the city and throughout the State, who will learn of his untimely taking off with deep re gret, while they will revere his memory as that of a true gentleman and an honest citizen. FUN AHEAD! The Hon. E. W. Stoughton, associate counsel with Evarts before the Elec toral Commission, him of the snowy locks, whom Pierrepont chiseled out of the English mission, will, we are tickled to learn, in the September num ber of the North imericaan Reciew, re ply to Black's article on the "Electoral Conspiracy," which appeared in the July number. Poor Stoughton! the gods have made him mad, and delivered him into the hands of the Scoffer. Job's prayer, that his enemy would only write a book, is answered, after many years, in the person of Judge Black, and the pitiful condition of the scabby patri arch will be rapture to that of Stough ton when "Jere" has done for him. It is too late now to stay 8toughton'N hand, or we would not breathe a sylla ble of his intent. His article must be set up by this time, and the proprietors of the Revietw, knowing what a demand it will provoke, wouldn't distribute the type for any price. Stoughton is fore doomed, predestine as Balziac would have called him. In his article on the Great Fraud Judge Black disappointed the multitude, who missed the biting irony and scathing scorn which that gentleman commands in so great de gree. But, to the critical, it was evi dent that the ecorchaur withheld his hand for obvious reasons, and these confidently expected that some rash creature would criticise his work and give him the stimulus and provocation he needed for the full sweep of his knife. Stoughton has offered himself up as the victim, and when Judge Black has ltsyed him we predict that no suc cessor will tempt his fate. The Novem ber number of the North American Re zi'ewu will be well worth its cost, and we give it this notice in advance, gratis. When the old lady of Camp street puts on her studying cap and sets her self down to real, solid thinking, she is pretty apt to "hoop things up" in the intellectual line. She has not been do ing anything of this sort lately, doubt less for lack of just provocation and a worthy subject. There was that labor problem, but she mashed that at one blow. That wasn't any conundrum at all; any man could see that there was but one answer to it, and that was for capital to emigrate and the laboring class to go to the country till the excite ment blew over. But she has found food for thought, of the solid and searching kind, in the return of Conk ling, and, "after giving the matter a careful consideration," she is in clined to accep; the New York World's explanation of the matter. We are always gratified to see suoh manifestations of conscientiousness as the above; it revives our confidence in human nature, and makes us feel as if we would live alway in a world where such delightful sentiments prevail. But we feel it our duty to warn the P'c. that, while all things of this delicate and momentous nature should be care fully considered, still there are faults of over-cerebration that should be avoided. It has a tendency to sicken o'er the na tive hue of resolution, and make the man of the higher and purer intellec tuality kind of "dubous," as it were, which is a great inconvenience some times, as, for example, it was to Hamlet when he wanted to punch his uncle, but could not do it because he did not think it was right. We think we observe something of this sort in the Pic. when shesays: "It seenms that Mr. Conkling's Senatorial term will expire in 1879." Now, we have not given the "matter a very careful consideration," and hence we see no reason why it should not be boldly affirmed that his term does ex pire then, or at some other time. But the Pic. cannot, by reason of its super conscientiousness, content itself even with this undecided statement, and it goes on and further qualifies it by adding: "b5rt the question whether or not he will be his own successor will be determined by the course of political, events in New York prior to that time." We are very nearly as positive about this qualifying observation as we are about the other. Indeed, we are qute certain that Mr. Conkling's re-election will depend upon the course of political events before that time, and mainly in the State of New York There is one particular political event that must transpire in the meanwhile that is bound to determine this ques tion-we allude to the election. Yet, all this was known before Mr. Conkling left, and we can't see in this mild sug gestiveness the reason of his sudden re turn. The Ii, Id's explanation don't come in anywhere that we can see. Been "sicklied o'er with the pale caste" -a clear case of over-cerebration. Look out for brain ferer. IPar parenlthc'se, we would like to know what the old lady means by Gen. Grant's "incontinent habits." We had heard some bad talk about a pair of number one shoes once on a time, but we did not know that Grant had ac quired any renown in that line, or that the sin of incontinence was habitual to him. Or does the dear old lady mean to suggest diabetes, or anything of that sort? Out with it, old girl! We publish this morning a letter ad dressed by Secretary Sherman to Col lector King, which should set the public at rest as to his status with the authori ties at Washington. There could hardly be forthcoming a more complete refuta tion of the rumors of dissatisfaction with his course and the consequent probability that his name would not be sent to the Senate, all of which, doubt less, owe their origin to the horde of schemers who are endeavoring to force themselves into the offices at his dis posal. Judge King seems to have proven not the amiable weakness he was sup posed to be when selected by his osten sible sponsors for his present position, and we confess. our gratification in re cording this tact. He is evidently a man who likes to manage his own af fairs, and we are glad to see that he is sustained in this disposition by the President and Secretary of the Treas ury, in spite of the Returning Board and the Liberal-Conservative press. Our correspondent, "Virginian," cor reots two errors that crept into an editorial which appeared in our Tues day issue, entitled "Virginia Poli tics." To the first, the supplying of the old commonwealth with- a new county, we confess ourselves at fault, and acknowledge that wed were with out any such authority. With refer ence to the implied criticism on Vir ginia's post betllun Governors, we can only say that we were apprised of the merits of her chief magistrates, and that they presented a contrast in this respect to those of the other South ern States, but in the hurry of writing we failed to discriminate. In our men tal forecaste of the editorial referred to, we proposed to explain the source of Gen. Mahone's influence, which was de rived from the circumstance that to him is attributed the election of Gov. Walker and the exceptionally happy re sults that Virginia derived therefrom. Of Gov. Kemper's merits we were not less informed, and we trust that no harm has been done by our generalization, which may have associated him with some very disreputable characters. WA(UNSI (JANE CARTS!I BPOKEs1 HE. r. OIso lRE. A. 1 and to Union and 1m I and 17 Perdldo streett. Sole Arent for the Colehrated "HTUDrBA KElt" WAGONH, CAITdT and Ht4'IING WORK of i ll kinds nut, szes. Dealer In Plllatlolpthla and Western Cans, Watgons, Carts anl Drrays: Timlber Whoels; Wheelbarrows of all de,crliutlons; SHoktes. FPl lots. Hubs, 4hafts, tce. Wheelwright matlrital. Orders prompttly filled. All work warrantted. ttl2 lm IHTATE n. LOUIRIANA, T'reu I'rtrs Olme , New Orlnl.s. August .15, 177. The nilantion of tbr' In ,sp, 'ti,,rs of W ,eights andtl Mnasurtis in and for the. parish of (rln9acs Is rall'dl to section No. :1927 of ite ll vised that util.. A striot compliance wilth tie sanm is re jillred witlitit ten dalv from (lante. ANT. UBIIUCLET, atlsi It littn Treasurer. GIIAND ENTERTAIINMENr', To hb. givn by the VAlI' ItY RIULE 4, X,\'ist.'d by thl Ladlies of the ('roseent (!ity IRt lief Asso..ation, AT (CAItIOLLTON (GARIENSH. Thurdtny Evenlln, August 16, IN77. PR(OGRAMME: ('oniart undlr the di r'tin if Jos. Miller. Jr. 1. (;rand overture by I oisianr BIrnii ntli Htring Batrl, unllder the aileadrship of O. NN )t,1'. 2. Th ('lhapel--Quartttle K riutiar. MyeIrs. Mltloyi, onI;, Bremner 1and laymontd. 3. I Live and Love 'l'hle-l-)uett ..(.'iiCmpana. Misses III-h. 4. Judith-Solo olone. Mis t - --o. 5. ChIirfnlness- t)u,'tt (Iumberi. Misses ----h. n. \rt':ll rist's I(n h--t,uartitte ('. F. Adam. Im.srs. Mt,,ty-, oge-, Brem'r rand ]tRymmiVIl. 7. Hostess' Daughter- Basso holo Balfe. Mr. F. W. Brem. r. s. Duott Icy Measrs. W.J. EnnisnndA. illeatu 9. Simon l the Coll l tr '-Holl Hlatton.. Mr. W. W. tumntor. 1t. Grand I'Pot i'ourri by full rohtstra. VAtIETY ENTERITAINMENT. I. Modlley-Duettes by Msers. ltilUm ml v Williminl . 2. Thel renowtned little "Morris Broth!ers," itn F th(,ir i nimit able c'(mi1cal sktthoe. :. My'tio' ('hnntgus Mr. iWm. 'rrimii.. 5. (ld IBlack Jot " Mr. H. .J. molth. (I ntermission of Fifte-n Minutes.) To be foll tlwed hv T!1; (1,) G(U'ARlt it Militars 3Tlodrnnn, in one aot. hy morbiers of Iit' Shak'spoi'rt' a d r ioutlhort l)rantlii. ('hihs. H tvrp'e. '...... Mr. Il. norai.toi Lord lI - uvill'....... M r. IB. 1'. Colinsky thenrs i'fihri Mr. E Woil Itatwsn iMr. J. IB. Hinton Ltadiv B atnvillo .... .......... Miss I,, St. c'lair Mi' ani............... Mis I Magt i 8Striudback It).inilttig t hbogie a' t0 p. nt. \'ting for thte prize bhotw,.ion ol. ( Iiohln (ll nn .r.. and Col. J. I. Vinot, wII be ,continu d ,on the grunds until It n .k p. tit. Ietfreshmleints in char"n of the ladlios of the Crescent ( ity Rel ief A.s-iatliott. Tllhe fimnuont Chi kSrin', CUtright. P'iani tsed! upon th is ri'a-liont has l''it kindiiv I.nintd by Mr. Phil Werl', n. ThIi', ,cntst'1t.4s for tb, IOC, I'T and ('IHAIN w ill ,",rinu,'l s,'ll tick,',"! ,, lh oI groun dl until Tho fi lowing g..ntln+n hay: kidlyv v.olin t '.rod t' 11"1 ntus.In gos: ('". W. T. Vanttrv. Col. W. E. Higir. Doors po-n sit a , l,,k p. il. I','rformatnceto t¢ gin at 7 p. lt. ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS,. Ample p'rovision has Hoon Itdll for the t rnns portatiion of gut'sts o th ''ity n illy tint' iftir 12 o'cloi'k m. IRE(!EPTION i 'OMMITTEE. Gn. . W. J. Bohant. Chnirmntn. (Ion. O. I). t(reini. Capt. Liuke OABiiely. .udge . A. Monroe, Manor G A. Williams, Phil uI'nnan. F, . Capt. a ,John Augistiln. A. D. ltablit. E.'iit.. It W. (Gruen. E; (.. 1). A. 1). Vightirti.'., Atr.woo.d VioltIt. iron., iir B. A. I),'iei. ir. . J . Itlirnus. ('apt. Aibre fBurthe, li1on.I. . W. Dupr. Hon..I D. Edwardls. M1ajior J. B. ltieharttson. (iol. W. T. Vdr lyit. r.. F. . Ell. Palfry.. Col.ry . uCt i... s Jas. Mat. Mitr. l. T. S. Birtrn. Esq.. (itn. J.. AN. Oden, W. H. Itnahinli. Esq.. nrol. M. i. Millr.. Col. .. Bt Vinot, Jn. BILanon Esq.. (;ol. John Glynn.fr.. F. M. Hall, Esq.. Henry (Iindor. Esq.. Dr. W. S. Mitchell. Henry t)onogre. E411.. Un.J. T. Aycock, E. 1'. aroshidh E.t.. Henry Rtioe, Esq., Aug. tic., Esit., BMior IB. M. Harrod. Hon. Allou.Iumnl. (ailpt. hIa.rrison, Watts. Edwin Harris. t;,i . Lieut. J. It. Balfour. Titho aituVoe c'tt mitto' ari, reqiuistidl to r-port tl t; nt. in.. at Carrollton Hlotel. whlr hilsges will bhi furti-hed. A. E. MORIt'It. Chai rmanIu (Committee of ArrangIe.i nts. tull Iti2dp ASSOtCIATION AIRMY OF 'IENNEsSEE. Persns wishing to apply for mimbership in this association are nitiiled that printed forms for that purpose can be ht.l on application to the undersigned, or at the DEMOCRAT business office, or to Capt. N. T. N. ROBINSON. City At torney's office. City Hall. A pplianls and ot hilrs will pleaeso incloso their communications to Postollice Box No. 2435.. adtdru.sedii to the Asso ciation Army of T'nnsseeo. The r.,illuirco.le'nts aro to have served honor ably in the ('onfld'Irait army. s u h if Virginia and i-.t of the- Missi.i.ippi river till honorably dis,'hargd, or Don oiid, to have onlisted from Louisiani. or to have s-rvl-i ies atov- from an other : ate, andl to be a risiilnt of Louisiana at thi, timo. JAMES L.INGAN, First Viie Prr.sill-'nt. Acting ['resident. J.No. ''. (GoI.,IN(;,, NSt,.r'tlary. as5 2w UMNIVERSITY HIGH SIIIt)Ob., Eatgl Hlall, Prytania street, cor. 'ranlt. The Fourth Annual Session of th:s school for Boys wull open on MONDAY, October 1,187". 'I he prin, ital will bh asistted by a full corp. of Scompetlut teachers. He refers by permission - to the Fa' lt ty f the Univi'rsity of Virginia and tohis tatr us the pa.t se:sion, whose names may be found in the circular of the school. Circulars call be had at tho book stores. SFor further infrmation addrees GEO. C, PB¶RO. Principal. jy3~ Sm P.O. Box 425 JEWELRY AT AUCTION! EHTTBPELPY ?TJBVMlaBDY allD P'Vl3D0.Akl.' I. C. LEVI, Auctioneer, 108............................Canal Street ........................ WILL OFFER, TWICE A WEEK, 111S LARGE AND ELEGANT 8I'OCK OF JEWE IHY AT AUCTION, And remainder of days will sell at Private Sale, as usual, from FIVE to TWENTY-FIVE IFI OEN'P LEtS than any other establishment which advertises daily. Watches Repaired and Diamonds Reset Only by skillful workmen, at the lowest rates. jeno sm I. C. LEVI. n10 Canal streets GO TO GRUNEWALD HALL, -FOR THE IESrT PIAlNOiJ, Hulch as the world-renowned pianos of STEINWAY & SONS, W. KNABE & CO., PLEYEL, WOLFF & CO., THE LEADING PIANOS IN THE WORLD, and unsurpaosed in this climate for DURABILITY. Hold on EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. at LOWER PRICES than asked elsewhere for an inferior Piano. Parties anxious to secure a reliable, sweet-toned, durable piano, AT A MODERATE PRIOR should buy no other but one of the Newly Improved Upright FISCHER PIANOS, or One of the Very Popular SqVAlm IIAINES PIANOS, Recommended and warranted in every respect. THEY ARE PERFECT GEMS. Go by all means to IRUNEWALTVH OLTD RELIABLE HOU1E, known all over the country for fair dealing nn Ilbanlrity: andl ,,t the IEAD OF 'I HE MUSICAL BUNINEHB. DIRECT IMPORITED MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, of all descriptions, received by almoeteverv European vessel, and sold, at retail and wholesale, at THE CLOSEST FIGURES. Boend for catalogues to LOUIS GRUINEWALD, jnl7 Grunewald Hall, 14, 16, 15, 20 and 22 Daronne street, New Orleams. PHILIP WERLEIN, 78, 80. 82 AND 90 BARONNE STREET, AND 122 CANAL STREET, LEADING MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH, DEFIES ALL COMPETITION. Best Pianos and Organs, Lowest Prices, Most Liberal Terms, Largest Assortmeat, Ever Offered In the Laotl. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORLD-RENOWNED CHI(:CERING PIANOS, The Best and Most Perfect Pianos Made, ALSO, FOR THE ELEGANT UPRIGHT HARDMAN PIANOS, In tane and touch sup,'rior , th, Plh ycl Piano, . of ot !ual dlurabuilitv and selling $100 less. War rantd to giv' good' I satisfaction or the money ref.unlcdt. Hold on small monthly paymonta. or very low for ca4lh. Sole Agents for the Celebrated Mason & Hamlin, Estey and New Eng land Organs, JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER ALICE, Fivre Cases Mumio&.l Inrtruamontm. The Trade Supplled below Northern Prices, jyEt mmmm~~~ n.. nam uu i nnnun . I Established IW69. P. 0. Box 707. WHITE'S IINNERY, ,1110, 21; I' li',.. naour ('arondelet strint. TO COT'CON 1'ACTORI ANDI PLANTERe: GINNING TERM4--THE SEED. lA((ilN(., TIES. ' TWINE and I)DlAYAGE furnid4lhdl FItEE siUnce ,-7M. Iarties wishinlg to k .ow the aiv, raign violl of ('ottoun ,inrzlrd at "ul tWIITEI;, (ilNN;liY MIht seasonI will itlits) svu 1l tl th i' u derli ignIiil for ciroulari. I). I'RIEUR WWIITE. DELINQUENT TAX 'AY-EK i. In addition to ,ilvaning miniev for the pay nllnt of taieii. under ait ;s of 1477. we will pay ,'ity taxes of 1175 ain prior yars aii a TIAIIGER DISC1',OUNT for vhl-i than is usually offlred. We will sell si ip orhers in sums to suit any hill at lwest. iri-,s. CI'rlIZN3' 8AVINGS BANK. nll lll 2D 22 huron u, Ms rieet. OFFICERS AN)D MEN -OF ALL COMPANIES Who s\rved unider MAJOR GENERA]L FRIED. N. OGDEN. Can t suppli I-d with CERTIFICATES OF SERVICE, -BY GEO. ELLIS & BROTHER, jvy31 Im2p N2 Camp street. FANCY HAY. SEED KYc. OATS. 2.000 Bales Faney 'Timothy HAY. 200 S-atds chl oi' Si-ed IYE. 1,0i00 Sa,.ks I-id Rust-proof OAT:S. Apply to GEOI(IGE HECK & CO.. Corner P' ydra. uand Tchoupit/tlahs streets. jiy29 1m 20l _ W. W. WASHBURN, ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER, 113 annal str*st. OpDopoite Clay Statue. New Orleans. Mr. WASHBURN is himself an artist of twenty-five years experience, and Is supported in eash department by n c:orps of assistants who have nom superiors in this or the Old World. He is the master of his business, Besidee employing the best -artists he uses the best materials and maaes the best work on the Con tinent. Yon ma 11ail this "BLOWING BIN OWN 73RBN." but for proof he refers yon to his thirty thoas. and patrons, and to his work. which may be In spek)DC at hO. Art (4ntto1v nIn 5rmqu EQUAL TO Til: BESt. Marais Street Steam Brewery, 8. ..........M. arai street........... V BHetwer,. Conti ::nd St. Louis. H. F. STURCKLN, Proprietor, iyho Gm __ _ NEW ORLEANS. OLIVER II. ,tE, -IBROKER, 6..............(arondelet street.......... .0 Near Canal, New Orleans. Particular :,tention paid to the SETTLE MENT lF BACK TA\XE. Bonds, at clks. notes, cit a;rnd State se(uritie, bought and sold exciusivey cn comnmnsion. aul2 Im CE'hTRAB DEPOT - OF - Animal Vaccine Matter. VACCINATION. DIRECT COW POX. Tie n..trns.itv for Pntatbliihing in this eity a to'it ralt filt , for v ''i ti "tin directlyv from the row is felt tand tlrnittl by till, in order tour rt!st the rtvagI noIiut by hll tsmll-pol x on Our poipulati i. T'his is the motive whicih his di r,,t,,l int in rtat, ing it. contilbllo t of its good I·utnlt. nrl I rorm its having Ib,' n siintrtiont!d by riX p, ritl nl,. I hlave th. honor to offer to an en lightenld .,ninmutnity myv servie. , at No. I Ca r tderllt street, ,rnor Canal, where the virus taki.ni diretly front the cow on tho i snot wiltl It alplited to those who honor mo with their con Vaii inatton and r'evaicination oaplied in this form is theo Wly in, pre-s.enting no iltlangr, and the only prieservatlv, of iiontiaieil utility whivh inlIsurest pre-,rvatitn itnd exeimption from !mnill-potx. It 4. Itr tlh, i tame timne, the most salltary mnthor, adoptrdil by rnlllightenld peoptle to "ITe+oirt a ,peedy terminahtion of the' epidemics affi tilng tinm. 'Persin r, t vvtinntlad 'an Ionmo so at any period and duringa ll s,.nains., TIihose who have tern so for 'seven ye'ars. or lmore should b. re vauniltittdl, the monr soi as it I.s b)eein demon s'rt,.ld thllt vaOcinittion tkeno from the arm is not iperni,lrtent. Chillirton font their earliest inf-,ney and ieviin il the period of te'thinu are exposd' to no p.ieril In ,stiing varcinated. and dluring an eoidierli should botso five days after th-ir birth. I,atliis will fllnI in my estabhllahmawnt an apart tint, rtiu,'rvetd extltsivtly for their atcomino lnlitin,ll. where they cYian ie vntcinllltt' in mnost rt"speo.tful privnvy. On MONDAY, Aungnst 13, at 12 o't'elck. the oille will be opened to the pll)b Ih. Vaccinating Days. MON.DAY and WEI)NFSDAY for ladlies. TUESDAY and T'l'tUBSDAY for Geontlemen. l;etwNeln 11 anid i oi'el rk. Iri.e, $I1 each. The itsylunis and charitable iiratituttonm. griatt. au:it 2dplm* DI. J. ow ZAYAAk COUNTEItF IT'I NATIONAL BANK NOTES With full instructions how to detect them. P. vised and corrected to d.+le. Also how to detest siuriousi coin, etc. ifree on app~iriation In Derson or by mail bltbe CITIZENS' SVING8 B.SNK, (A bank for small savings,) jyl4 lm 21'j No. 22 -aronne st , New Oresas INT. CARRBIRE. O. CARBBIE.I A, L. CABRRIsE. CHAs. J. C.ABzas A. CARRIERE & SONS, V COMNISSION MERCHANTS Corner Royal and Custombe.se. Liberal Advances made on Con.srnments t our frien)s in SLONDON. LIVERPOOL, ar's 9m2dp UAVRE and BORDEAD7 New Orlians Savings Institutiom No. 158 Canal 8.reet. T .+USTEES : A. MOULTON, E. A. PALFREY, -C , RL KO(LN, T. L BAYNE, DAVID URQUHART, GEORGE JONAS, JOHLN G GGA I VES, TH 8. A. ADAMS, [ THOS. A. CLARKE, CHRIST'N SCHLNIID CHAS. J. LEEDS, SAMUEL JAMISO S Interest Allowed on Deposts. D. UBQUIHABT. Peeid S atsa. Knen.w, Treasurer. api.