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iN. Y. World.J Benator MoDonald, of Indiana, thinks the labor question will out a big figure in the elections and no doubt be foroed upon ongress. The general govern ment, he thinks, should exerolse a gen eral supervision over the through traf fil on railroads, somewhat analogous to the Federal police power ovor navl gable rivers. Blaine and Morton, he thinks, are running a race to see which will be the champion of "the solid North." The P'reshlent's policy suits him well enough, andi though the pres. idential question will not hbe reopened, It Is probable that the methods in which Loulslana was carried for Hayes will be investigated and put upon record. TI moOltTII CAROIINA MIlITIA. Adjultant (Inneral Moile, of Bouth Carolina, says: "About one hundred companles have bhPn organized under h~eset of dune ,1#t7?7 havii n an-effect lye membership of about six thousand men, divided as follows: three thousand mounted rifles and cavalry, two thousand six hundred infantry, and four .undred artillery. All of these cannot be armed and equipped this year. Every effort Is being made in that direction, and it Is hoped that by extraordinary exertions two-thirds of these ,ommands wIl be placed in a condition of efloency ere the meeting of the Legls lature." **- *_ *-** - * NEW ADVtRTISEMENTU. GARDEN SEEDS JUST RIECEIVED. NEW C14OP OF TITItNIP NHED TItH YEAIR' GIIOWTIH. Also, a full assortmernt of all BEAHONABLE IERDM., Includlng large Iat Flat Dutch'll and Drmbhed J.ahbage, superlor quatlity. or saein at the NEW MEED BTOTIE. E. BAKER, wa.~r..~o Xz1' i..nmmz., No. 3 CAMP NTUR ET, NEW ORLEANR. Beed sent by mail, postage paid. All orders promptly attended to. ault am LANDINIG FROM iBORDEAUX, Ux Dark Alphon'e and Marie, Boxes VERMOUTI Noltlly. Prat A Co. ae0 baskets OLIVE OIL, Pllanmil,I. aarts, i00 baket.l OLIVE OIL. J'l.anil, pilnts. sodaiks LAIt lT, .. P'ohan & Co. O c0asks tLAtE ' . J. fPuv rgler. Jr., & Co. lo eaasks WRlE . JWINE. J. J.luverglor,Jr., s boxes OLIVE OIL, J. L. Durlt. For sale by A, It 'CIIEItEAlT A tO,. au t . 16 and ls Mtl. l,.l. streot. LUMBER, CABIN8, ETC. The undersigned are still at their old stand, Nb. eoo Delord street, New Basin, and are prepared to sell ,heaper than any other house in the trade from this date until November, 1877. GrQat reduction in the prinn of CABINS. W. W. CAILRE & CO., an Dolord street, Now Basin, Now Orleans. New Orleans. Jul t 4. 1877. yt11 2m FOR SALE. BUaGGIES & CARRIAGEg. TIE UND)ERSIGNEI) IS HTILL AT HIR8 Old Stand. 85 Carendelet street, And will sell carriages and buggies for a lower price than any dealer in ih' Month for tiie next sixty dave to' *mle. to Ilake room for a now fall stook. Will sell lower tham any dn.l'r In the city for (CASH. or tllirty. sixty and ninety days' anoltlane,. to suit the Otln'gol.ny. N. B.-I have exeunsive control and sale of the oelebratoe Emerson & Fisher top and no top uggles, tllatt c Irtn'iot be surpaLs.d for beauty, iegage.c heapoless and durabi ity in tihe te tat. Thy are " annfactlured of the bent material; patent, whols and axietrees, steel bows, very light and yet strong, oll-t,m nlred E glsih stscl s rlngs--all full garan teed all lwhich will bopold In nerordameowith the times. I have also a large stock of CHIILDREN'S OABRIA EF, from 87 up to o40; a full assort met of VLOCIPEDEMt, and the square JAP A~ltR UMBRELLAS. now style and water Druoo. Call at an Caronde'lt, and examine be fore butyin elsewhere, and snav money. Again, I ave exclusive sale of the work man ftaetured by Messrs. McLear & Kendall, of Philadelphia-4hn larg,"st and most suneessful builders on the continent of America. They send their goods to every city in the United Mtates; have many establlshd ropositories, well stocked with the fl n est work, over the (ou n try, and build 2oon and s000 jobsa year. This work is the very best quality for wear and com fort, fully guaranteed for twelve months. This firm has stood all the financial eruptlons and panies for twenty years. and to-day is far In ad vanoe of any establishment Ln the country. P. 8.-I also buy largely of 1essrs. Dart& Roy mrtrd, t f New Htaven, -Cutn., the- ,nmg and en torprtising suenssors of 0. T. Nowhall. They bulld about sixty jobs a weok-work that cannot be surpnseod for durability and finish, fully guaranteed. Call at :u Carondelet'street. and examine. aut If L. T. MADDUX. ·-ai CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, (A Bank for Small Savings) GRUNEWALD HALL, .3 .............Baronne street..................22 SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE CHARTER. This Savings Bank will receive on deposit and pay Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum on such small sums of money as may from time to time be offered therefor by mechanics, clerks, minors and others, thus securing protection from robbery, accident or fraud, and also afford. Buga means of profit on savings by the semi manual interest paid. By special provision of law, married women aad minors can deposit money in their own amne. and it ean be drawn by themselves only. g deposits cannot be controlled by hus parents or tutors. Appy for Charter and R-Laws. d J. L. G UBENATOB. President. I. BENNER. Cashier. fDItBBCr OBS: J. L.OR. W. . HUNTI OTON JvOUI GBUNEWALD. SPECIAL NOTIC2U. ellnquent T*ltax era- ltiz ns hantoirn hank, Ort nwald Hail. a Baro"ey street, New Orleans. July a, Jil7-This *IAVIN(ld DANK will advance to IAborers. M1lcihanni., Clerks. ,et,4 th umoney neenrsary to pay their taxes under Act tn of 1ja', and repayment may he made u) the Bfank in weekly or nthly In stilments. M. B IN N II, i 'yn t ... . .. . h r. SpwIall Notice.-Partlem having lll edwe I[ with th t urde n. r aiKglned. nl d rotl hhi p ,tok it - terest Is due. are he'rby n title]" tI silt I'...ue' otherwlai th.y will Is sold at a ellittit. pliti to, begin MONI)A ¥. Y M t't1 lt.'r 8l thr 'i I. t l'latide J.4 Sear Attinetr. A. J1'ENTA iT nt1119 td (Jornl r IInyal alnl T io' ~ne I rP. tI. Offie aNt. Hernard Coal 'lnmpantl, l I Oratndelet str.,t. Nw rll,,ans.--I ECIAh N()'lI(E. --'Te rl itlentAignerd in prepnsad ti t nn tract for !i(AL, f~r fIll allnd Wltter s.lltply, at fllhowing ratA's, delliverod In any plrlion of the lanilies ...............................r , petr ,bil. lte.oi............................i- . pr }d. I Dealers.............. .l..tr,,l per hthlv's.) jyll HukT,'h 2n W. H. (CAMI' illkI, Ag-nt. For tie .akel - otlee of New Orleans S llty Ilaliroad Company, No 114t Canal street .rOrla,-Mt as t._-iti!nt J.l1 lrther notice trans for th Lake will leave the city everyboul from 0 o'clock a. m. to a o'clook pD mi., lvert half hour from 8a m. tPo pOp. tn, The rast tra wltwll leave the Lake End at 10:a0 o'clock y7 tf O. O. LEWI, Bocretary. FOR RENT. TO 1INNT TOlRE NO. 11p COMM)ON t street. Has boen almost robuilt, and will be ready by the lt of Hpterrnler. Apply to JOHN IIENItY , Y'U,, 12 CCommon street. ti121 1 w rII.o IENT-A TWO-STORY IOUSJE- t2 a rooms and 'tllar, for Is a montht: blroad street, No. it, hetweon Canal and Custoihouse; inllasant neitlghborhood, al 14 10.b I1ENT-TIIE COTTAE,. NO. 143 ELY sRIn Flield street, contalnIng eight rooms, kitchen, servant's room, two wolla and' a elt tern, together with several large lots and stable. The above is glpitablle for a largo dairy, dray men or alardt.ner. nitl entttup to a good tenant. Apply at No.140 I arondelot street. FOR IALE. 1OtR HALE-A LAGOE UO(ATt P'LANTA Stiotn in the parish of Pointl' (Iotupet. Lofis tan, eNasturing albout fourteen atrpnln frnllt on t ne hisla itltppll Itlvtr, exttttdItj in d',pil t' tailseR llver, antll hbavting I1n1 area of aboutt tIwelve hundred arp,.nts. Wibth dwellinga hOle". RIicPs, harntl, halbins for laborers, and with brick st."ll suigiar-holse'tnt also the muiOs ttand tlltrttllig lt-Isllelle ind Pled nann. Apply to AltTII''it I)ENIH. aulll4 m -14 (Canal street. .10iR HALE O1 iENT---TlE TWO-ITOIRY L frame slated D)wlllng Huse and apnpurtn nanntle at the corner of It', Chartles and Il)lfaosat streets with lare orotlAds, (.tlntrisin tIhe upi per halt tf lrgquarr, bounded lby t.. Charles, Dut rossat0 B hll'cus and Holinat stireets. Apply to AITltlUIl DENIH, aUi4ltn I 10!04 Cannl sltr. t. 01L HALE--A TiItAT' OF LAND IN TIlE parish of P'late (Jottnt. Itl lotlana, meos uring about twentlty-thre IrpoDlts frontlt on False river, and 'cnlttinl l albout twentlly-two huln dretd lUres an galr lantlds with Irltik stanll sugar ihonse anid ahiita f i, tt' hl ,rors. Will h. sold either In blct'k or in nsitll farms. at the opti inl o fptUrt'liaer. Apply to ATII'l'tlt DIENIH. all14 Im ins !ill a l strust For tale. A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE, new and In perfon t order, will be sohl very Scoheap Address MACHINE, Demoorat oflloe. e mylt CALEB A. PARKER & CO., 1t ............. Unlon street.............1.. NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA. OEtINRAL AtENTs FOR r Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, FOR 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. ASBESTON ROOFING, I Unequalled for durability: no retention of Swater on the roof, etqutal to Slate on that wccount. Asbestos Roof Paint, Asbestos Fire Proof Coating, Asbrtestos Steam Packlng, Steam Pipe ani Roller Coverings. TEMSTIMONIAIS. Ntw OBLaAN5. October 4, 1878. SHaving made use of tlhe Asbhstos Paint manu factured by H. W. Johns. of New York. and for warded to me by C. A. Patrker. Esq.. 10to Union street. New Orleans. to be tiisted, I take pleas ure In saying I havw found thetm to t. in invery respect as represttntedl. I can conlfdently recommend them to buildOrs owners of real estate and ship captains as belng much supe rior. In my opinion.to any mlxnod paints in this or any other country, andt in fact, beyond com parison with any (ilecad) in this market. THOMAH D). CAIREY. Chemist rnd Painter. Washington and hiagnolla ; streets. New Orleans. Nsw OnLEANRs. ApDril 20. 1877. Caleb A. Parker & Co.: Sirs-Having used H. W. Johns' Asbestos Paints and RIoofing, I consider them the best I have ever used. ResOpectfully yoTTrs. R. MINNOTT. Captain of Steamboat New Bart Able. REFRENwos-Mesars. H. Dudley Coleman & Brother 12 Union street. New Orleans. Bend tircular and Price List. jyla HENRY KLUNG, LITHOGRAPHE ENGRAVER -AND P =I IT "El R . Sll............Miagazine Street ......811 NEW ORLEANS, LA. All work executed at NewYork prices. jy29 17 EQUAL TO THE BEIr. Marais Street Steam Brewery, 86...........Marals street...........86 Between Conti and St. Louis. H. F. STUIRCKEN, Proprietor, jylO sm NEW ORLEANS. NEW CitOP TiRNIP SEED. By steamer Lone Star. from New York I have received a full supply of " URNIP 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. Orders respectfully solicited. jy22 Im RICHARD FROTSCHER, No. 15 and 17 I)umainestreet OLIVER H. LEE, BROKER, 6..............Carondelet street............ Near Canal. New Orleans. Particular attention Daid to the SETTLE MENT OF. BACK TAXES. Bonds, stocks notes, city and State securities bought and sold exclusively on commission. aul2 1m WANTS. SITUATIONS WANThi-FPMMAL. - . Cooke, Wnrtnes. Chamerllnald., ctc., WttANTE) - A M11IDLE-ArlgED WOMAN, V t.rndy nwl industrious, waits n sitnaltloil no inok and to make herself gonerally ioefuil. Addrman MAII(lllA. PT. thi riml. ruall 1w -A ANTED--FOtRA YO(UN(G (EhItMAN (111h,. n pilrti to ulr l tllld hoi Iat the holnlue. 4) iir I Ii 7l ( i'ntl -t roa t. _. 2' TATANTED;--A H'I'iUATI'rION. HY A RIErPEO St. A ble whi' rgirln. ie d ,,lholm wor, Nk. Ad dr'll r I. 1 t. II u l _1W WITANTEI-TWA ' l't'll ttttN A - NIII( ) AR I1,1 I, nnrl a nd tidy, woar nti p lltti t ii l, ntl to rl ak nl, i It. . tl I oritl. AI l yl.oItnwn rk l -t. Glod rle"orm givn. Addrn MAY. h ,rt. lit l , ' ll 111i 21 1 1It. W ATAN'ITEi-A AIE ,IAILE HEI IVANT 'TA 1V otio tkindo hoIwe wo ork fr w itn fndlriv of two. Alq vly with rl, " n niendla! i toi N''. t 15O 1 intyrn oiroot, in liewingr of rhn lihiln rti f f mrlt-h lie besIt iif reference. Addrmws K. T. E, Market,. nll() At girl. Add'lir I. W.. thiithl )1 . Apply 1. W MIl , Ia*NTEIr-.V A A' V TN- t-LL A- LI'TUA SVtion ite hourgi.hl or plain cooking. "pply a t 1o ( lR 1n ni st u t, .I_' I t t W ANTEI)--IY A YOUNG GIrENL, A YTUA tion tii do houl i, work or swing: under matiid I 'ra tiiutn iwin g ini w n mil hines ginI V|Itcm i a,,or1 worik iula swittule tivnh' la.. man of rirnl-h illt boat of rfoterenc. Addtirefs K. T .. thin imi'ii. __Ui tW WWANTE1)-IY A MAN OF TWENTY YEARN' Xpl'inlnersi L ltutath onia tnalr mntk." or maniger o Ii tle lntationt inl. ll.fr e given if rqluiredtl. Ahidrsns It. . L. thifns o l rn, at 23 lt TTANT4IlD--1A MITtATION TO DItIVlE A ieflot, ior work ui a Rniule by a, lan ofa Satnln Itlll hi llta l!arge fnmily. Aidlress IL. W.. this .f, ,no , i . . . . . 22 at! l W ANTEI-I11Y A BtOY EVE NT)E N YEARS of ago, who remilt a with 4 hit parntls, all Dlo iition of r rlly kind wherey hl .in make hlmsilf useful. Will worIk f"or arnall twng"l, and tan fnrnish lhe hest of roferonlioo. Addrmss L, N.. Iº"m ,t 'rai; oIilt'. _ nine W ANTED-I-IY A HOIE AND INDU MRI nlit yoii yo maitr , i itrt l.lion a tiiwatiminian, rollo.tlor, or drvllnue of Iany krid. 'Thorou lly ollnind in the itv. Address .IEALI. i l mlo Ior'nlt 4m, +o. c11121 71. Clerks and Plnlenmen. W ANTED-I¥Y A MAN WHIO l)AH IIAD fltntol yatrn sxplsrletnan. la situation in a dry goods hioui , wholepinit or retail. It n the o'lor emit try' 19 well avluallnted Ill th| litly iand lountriily. " ' h l.bo t of r ef'ro iios givoth if inf'rilu"'l. Address HALE MAN, t l hli. fle. Ittl72 1 W WATAN EI--BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN A F41 nation no at.nistant.l bookkonor, collo-n+ tr, or in alnly 'tt'ity whir.e h-) n.n mnkn himRelflgnenl lly ugtasl. IH nt rofrrncnlm given If r.qlirtd. Ahdreom F. C. thin omf'o, au'21 HELP WANTEr-FEPIIALE$. nChambermalns, Cooks, Nurses, et. HTAN'TEI,1- A ItEHPE(CTAJIILE WHITE WO mtian totako hiarge of tihroe yoiiug chit dren iu l i m sk h t!s gel ,nrntllty uisofutl: luist "onl will ruoummtmndi'il. Apply i.re Dr. E. H. DRtIEW, 124 C'anal street, ausl 1w W ANTED- N INDUsTTitioTUh AND TIDY Hioman for ookitiing and house work. Eo fnrnos reiqui.id. Apply ait No. Inl First. stroot. jn'ro If W ANTED-AT LABOR AIGENCY, 12i GIOD near Camlp strnet, oltabilshid In 1047, ten WANTED-PUPIAIl. AWIDOW LADY (A FINE 'IAN-T) DE wirs lo s lltl a flw( uWwtI ihovll . n1 x(tlitiI -'l tloiitii rfefri' ii ligvn 1A li standinig and .eia'tiyl. Adldrns 'T EAIt'iiER. at. this omtlt'. W AN'TED-IiY A TEACHER, TiiE C1RE orf i houin from the 1st of .July to the 1st of Novenllter. Mntif "ultory r ferelinets will igivn. Aitdiro I t.. thin oimitlu'n. i,.2t tf W ANTED--BY A TEACHER. A IPOtITION to tiua.h, In other a fimily or a sNhool, for honrd for self and two childron. Andrisu SD," this otno. j'24 if TO RNIT. P~ rANTED--A IFUlYNItE111D iOTUHE. TN A T/ V goollt n' i ll lon. 1ill 11llI r ('itnltl tt i n at Ils pos shibti. I 'rnsi tIo bi uiodorinlo. Alitirnss I'. O. Nix 1H04. 11,02.) It W. ANTEI-TOl ID'NT -iSROM h8.Ft'TEM lISl 1, two furnisthed ro m1114 tI rmt liid"iij .ie. AlplyV at 17,2 lPhilip strsel. 1au12 at W lN'I'TiD) ii) ITEN' T'--AINYTOD)Y HAVING a i 4ln iilgin i r tllI' or U -iuiit1 Iwo-lt rytr hnuH. pc ornt|. hiinIn about tight rotmlln, in the Fi rsl or u r th Di t rits. ant ifi a gul t tld t ll nt. who will aily rlnt I in tlvll.l'l' if rnltrl.eil, by pitilrim hsi g. 1wating prii, iani lo tionll . . (O. IB. mongo rni t s Illi e'. 11ui22 tw WA-NTEi)------A i'L)MI PAYING TENANT V will want, by the Ift of OCr;ir. a small two-story hliusl in thl, First or l' rth Dilstriit. uonvenilnt Ito market and Tors. Rout must. he low. Addrosnss I). W. A.. this ofTl'e, altlt!t W ANTEI)-TO RENT. WITH IJOARW,T WO largo, airy and uom fortably furnished front rooms, in second story, gallery all round, con venient to two lines of cars table always sup lied with the finest that the market affords. Sone neiod apply unless well recommended. Add-ross X. X. X.. Democrat ofiece. jyl tf UIMECLLANEOUI. W ANTED-BY A MAN OF TWENTY YEARH experience in running and huildirg en gines, a situation to run an engine. Salary not so Inuch frn object as a ermanellllnt place. Ad dress WORKER this ,fliee, or No. 2at, Gravier street. au2l1 at W ANTED--A HECON I-HIANT) FOOT Lathe. Must, turn either wood or metal. Address H. 1).. ihis oflhe. ntll 1w W ANTED-MIX GIRLS TO LEARN HAIR work. and after learning, get steady work at 74 Burgundy street. au I_ * ANTED -ITO PURCHA-E. A SIEOND hand central fire brrech-loadlig SHOT GTIN.12 bor,, between :2 and as Iin length. Ad dress BREECH LOADER, this offlee. aullis 1, MIS. BILOCK-NO. 142 CAMP HTREET. HAS on hand the best kind of helo for city and country; has on hand one good German girl as housekeeper. aul7 tf WTANTED)-BY MRS. BLOCK, NO. 142 CAMP street, for the country, olr, Cook. one Washer and one Gardener. Has on hand a good housekeeper. aul7 tf ATANTEI)-TWO IIUNDRED AND FIFTY solicitors to sell coal for the St. Bernard Coal Company, offle 22 Caroudelet street. Will pay flvo per cent on all cash or(ders for either St. Bernard or Pittshºbrg coal sold at follow ing rates. Same discount allowed all pur chasers for cash: St. Birnard Coal...'.. ..55e per barrel. Pittsburg Codl ..............toe per barrel. aul2 lm W. SH. CAMPBELL. Agent. $1 ,rT FOR PIANO TUNING--BEST WORK. * sJ° g0 Magazine. D. LEECH. Soiree Pianist. jy29 lmSu WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. FORMER Svly 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 astraveling and solicit ing agent, and is willing to devote his time till the 1st of Se, tember in acquiring intfo mation about and the details of the line of business preparatory to traveling for a very small com pensation. Address B., bemocrat office. jyls BOARDING. A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOM and meals if desired in a ni'e Fr nrh family, moth,.r anl two dauerh.ers, in the Gar den Distri.t is offlerti very low t, a gentleman of steady habits. Address H. G. this oflie. au23 IW ELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-COMFORT ably furnished front rooms can he obtained, with or without board. by the day. week or month, by applying at the elegant private resi deuce No. 14i Carondelet street. Patties in search of home comforts will find this a rare opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to the house. References exchanged. iP28 tf DENTISTR Y. J. B. WALKER, D. D. 8., Ne. 180 Delerd 8trees, Latest Improvements and best styles of both Operative and Mechanieal Dentistry at most Moderate Prioes. Contour FPllinar specialty mho tt AMUIEMZN'aT5. GRAND ENTEITAINMIENT -nti--a MILITARY OIlRIhi DAN.ANT4TE, -for the- 17ENEFIT OF THlE UNIFORM FUND --,of thi 'it,% IENT dRYF, (, t Rny A, Lojinieua's Ownit. at... t --- NEW LAKIE END, Watullrday, AuOust S6, INMV, (!Cournuon'ling . it I12 I|. 1. Shoutling Match. '2e vaidra, with 4prlnlrflild rifls. .pon only t t ormnerbs of MIIItary ( surn ansit]s. Entranes fee !i. .Prihee,, l.ndvr u,s oler with Htni t l ati l fluulets. is11 exlhibition at blll, tl utsl'p. ssr o Cans l tmr,,t. 2. (lains lall Match. Prizn, Phllvr Cup. l t trance fee, nO cen.ts. , posl to all. il, Hwlmmlng Mstch, runo yarlds. Prise, $S In gold. Entrene tn, 1 uentsR. Open to ill. 4. Mkiff RlIuc, one-auart,,r mlis and return. Primr mirn grThi. -n. 'tl, atw. o2n yardls. T'rlzo, . In gold,. a. Thlltilnuix, to coimellnlclOe at 7 ti. ma. 7. Liull, to eon nlntio'o t at. i. m|. iub..rllpt.loi to lD l, no untt. Ouns and ammunition furnished on the grounds, During thn day the ontertainment will be tree to the publio. lailes' Invitations can he had from any mnm. boer. All entries ran be mden on application to N. Henderson or C(li. E lurliand,.Jr.. i tt Pydras street, or W. (lowlandt, 181 Ilaunpart sltreet. nuil RKuWoekFr 2w EDUCATION. (IOMMEItOIAL AND OLAMHICAL ACADEMY 247 Mt. Charlis street. oprposite Tivoli Circloe 'rT H. DABNEY, Jn.. i'rlnolval. Hlloneeenor to Hon. tR. M. Lusher. TIl ITEENTI HEMHHION OPENI MONDAY. 1 Hpttntmbr 3i 1177. Englistr Ilranches. Natiu ral Heienccs, Matihematise and Modern and Atn cnlent. Langunrns taught. For circularnm contain I'g terms and tiustlmoniusls, apply at the Aca.tle my arnid lading book stores. aruti 2m anod UNIVEIRiII'T HIUGH SUu000, Iagle aill, Prytanla street, eor. Uranla. The Fourth Annual Hesslon of this school for Boys will open on MONDAY, October 1, I177. The princlpal will be asslated by a full corps of competent teachers. He refnrs by prtnmlsion to the Faculty of the University of Virglnia and to his patrrns the past session, whose names may be found in the circular of the school. Olreulars can he had at the book stores. For further Information address (EAO. C, PRIKOT, Prfnltpal., I yet am P.O. orx 4251 OILEANS INSTITUTE. Day and loardlnW Nchool. Directed by MRM. FARNET DO .............Toulouse street............ 99 rl HIR HCHOOL, WILL RE-OVEN ON TIHE 1 Flurth beitombkster. The IEitglish and Frtrunlh (courses alre under tlle orttrol of tnaehers of 7 known abiility. '1 ho grateest attention is pahl to Music and Molfage. hlaving a Itrge and commodious dwelling with well vnutilated lornltulrles, Mrs. Farnet is desirous of tlkllng i number of boarding pupils, all15 toil 2itW IRON COTTON TIE IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the oonstantly increasing popularity and demand for the CELEBRATED ARROW TIE, The universally rnco.n indfayvor. ite Tie of Plant ers. Cotton Press men and Ship D.rs of Cotton generally; th merimlcanott T Tie Company, Limited,soe pro prletors and manufeturers d Te com manding unequaled facilities, have, in addition to their large stock now on hand, contracted for increased quantities suffl cient to meet the largest demand for Cotton Ties, to cover the entire crop of the coming season, and now, through their aents generally, offer the POPULAR and IRREIPREItEIBLE ARROW TIE At S 56O Per Bundle Less 274 per cent discount for cash, in bundles tomltete LE8LTHAN i'LIE HIARKTYRET VAJUE OF PLAIN HOOP IRON; and it being tie pur pose of the Company to merit the continued patronage of the Panting community and to defy ail competition that may arise, their Agents are Instructed to contract with Dealers. Factors and Country Merchants at the above named price and terms for future delivery up to the first of August in quantities as may be required from time to time, settlements being made on delivery. No competition arrests the Progress of the ARROW TIP. It Is ever onward in its course as Streams flow to the Ocean. SEE THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES ADDBRERED TO COMPANY'S AOGENT. 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, durabilli 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 balm. taking the others off and throwing them in the scrap pile to be sold as old iron. You, s truly (SBiged) A. P. LUFKIN, Superintendent, Southern Cotton Press Company Presses. FA' TOttS' €.OMPRE8SS, 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. R. LUBBOC K. Superintendent. The above is Indorsed by Cotton Pressen 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 ARIUW TIE. R. W. RAYNE & CO., General Agent., jy9 2p 2m d&w NEW ORLEANS. TO ARCHITECTS AND ARTISTS. Desins will be received until October 1. 1877, for a Monumer t to the memory of ROBT. E. LEE. to be erected in Tiv li Circle. city of New Orleans-not to exceed 30o.000 in cost. including all ground work. f.,undations etc. All commu nicationsto beaddres-ed to E A. PALFREY. Chairman Monumental Committee. No. 37 Ca rondelet street. au2 im eod MUNICIPAL ADVIRTISEMENTS. PollanS U@riTWH. an Jf)PARTMiO11T OFi roitrir, S Adrnlnlitratiir'rI Ofthi, il New Ortinai11. Aiiugi11t 1,171 I r7. rr W AH 1itOP(4111 To 'rIII . 11tH? film- Inq triot I'onnd, ritenrr Iooiist ani Lafayoltt Hi Atri-ts, in Hiiii'lery. A igu't It , 0177 -- Iii ONE IA V MA &tt8, Ilirort. t4r blniids hlilh. two nt. whitt- h11nd Inks nor] tu IinfnuutoI;. Wiliih It ', 0iitiiirniu' within thlvn i1sv innit 00-- $11 Jin'nw'u tIii'r' ru, j1ii, wi'll toll cuil ii iit utrlin' slo- o lnufl at sailfpouI d P on n WVt)NlrMSlIAY. Augus-t2¶u. IA 1477. ii 1 nuI'41uuk fii. Iby oiiueIr of IIOIIT. E. i AMONI, Al 112 tul Anrliriiqt.rntnr. W -ti l~º 1 11n1'AilTli-r of11ii0 ~ Ad ,,ii, tst r linr'N Oftio. hit Nu'w I rliuann A uicuit 22. 1577. hi W A Itlt(PU(IIi'' T'I 'I +E; IOURtHTf IlH- tic rin a. Iii ail onrlu f luronrui, lnid *omhi1j- at Inn iii m-ti.t on MIJNIIAY. Ali tit ii, 1477- Yr (iNL (MIIAY M.ItE MUTLI K. ajuont It, hands1 ii Iiih oal brandl on thi right. shIouldlr, andl mut til rnfuoted. tin Whihli, I niot. u'laimaru within flvo lnv1 andi nrim p iu11uu t~hnre,"ri1 tutld. will hoec 1~10 a tuuln~l~ ~i: n tri ldl muio t atlil ounuird,. on WEIJNIIk)A4. Au- I g W I. I r toor usf R()IIIr. E5. DIAMOND,, at hlAu2 71 Aulmnltiiotor. Hi Dy Horr, msoou £ OmaCoanow. II BAlI; OW THFRKVKU@VI41I 1T l8: Ol ,,.. tt RI LI MAIIIARirN. Ml PwlPARTMEP(T of Ooimlawne.) , ilty Hal l 1 New Orlenan, Anugust id, 1177. WILLrBE HOLD AT PUIILIO AUOTIQN. IN thaOullnnol h~amber, City Bni I on MONDIAY, Au gust. 27 1177. at 12 clouti4 in., the rivenuis of the following meOntioned Mar krts, for the mironth of HMmtember, 1877, vtiP: rumit and Veogmtatle, MIrkott, rench Meat Foidras and Pilie Washington anid Port. St.Jinrnard .. St. Mary's .. f Clibortne a Jerfferon Oly it Markts wiotll he sold msparatelv. ' orm and oonditions--Cash on the spot In U. t. lJAVANoncAC athld it rererves the, riht to reoet any, and 1 all bids. CIHAH. C AVANAO1, Sa11121 24 27 AdminIstrator of Commeroe. SKALED PN4JPOMAIA. MAvmoRAu r oVNew ObitRAss, 1 Nuiw OrluMensi, August, 20. 1177. Hiijrul propu1als will ho recemived at this offieR until NATUIW1AY. 25th inst.. at 12 m. for ri-pair Imo thi' MaulilqinuHri trhuooI-houso, eornor of Primuin and I'aurnyra 11trni'tRi, in ainunuirulacrunn with spool fluatlimtru 00 fl'., The right to rujewit anyvaiid all lulls iR mnu rurvirl. EiD. P1LHII)IJ fY, Mayor. ,r 2 Il.... MEAIED P5ROPOrIALsI. DimPA rTMpNT or IMenovericNTRs Floomr No. It,. City Hall, New Orltans, Aug st. Is, 1877. Hicalel proposals will Ie' rea'ved at this offinn until TIEUiDAY. the 28t.h Inst.. at 11 o'ilock a. m., for repairing the plank roads of the First and 5rcond Districts of this city. in acRordanrc with spelcifiations on fiil In the offl.o of the City Surveyor. The partieulur stranta or rowls to .e repatred will be deaignanted In the spRnifl eations. Thie City Council reserves thue right to rejitit any or all the bidl. ault, JOHN MuCAFFREY. Administrator. '1A1,EED PROPOSAIM. DItPAIaRMsT OF PFINAWrt CITY IHAl. , New Orleans. A rugust 15, 1877. Sýaled iroposals will TIM r.e lvd"d at this Do partment until TUEHDAY. August. 28, 1877, at II o'clock a. m., for the sale to the city of T-n Wharf Improvement Bonds. The city reserves tlh right. to reject, any or all bids J. C. DENIiS, ala te Su T T'hu td Administrator. PROPO$ALS FOR CmfY BODMJ. D(rPAnTMKsT OF PINANW, City Hall. New Orleans. August is. 1577. Healed proposals will be received until WEDNESDAY, August. 29, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. for the sale to the city of Two Hundred Thou sand Dollars t$200,000) of Bonds of the City of New Orleans and of tih late Cities of ,Jefferson and Carrollton and PREMIUM BONDH. All bids must state the class of bonds anld amount of acerund interest thereon. and offers must include both principal and Interest. Pre mium Bonds must be delivered in full or half series. The Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and answers will be given the following day at II a. m. Bids must be directed to the Commissioners of the Consolidated Debt. .f. C. DENIS, aukl id Administrator. SEALED PROPOSALS. OFFric FinMEaN's CNHAIrTABLE AssNR ArTON. City Ha I, Third Floor, New Orleans. August 14.1877. Seald proposals will be received at this offlee until 12 m., A ugust 24, 1877, for the building of FIFTY-TWO VAULTS in Cypress Grove Com etery No. 1, according to specifloations on file at this ofle,. The association reserves the right to reject any and all bids. THOS. DEVEREAUX, FR ~ KEEfN, aut1 lot Vmetery Committee. NOTICE TO BAKERS. MATonALTY oF NEW ORLEANa , City Hall, August is, 1877. The average priceof fresh flour beingthis day seven dollars and fifty cents; in accordance with said valuation the price of bread for the week commencing on MONDAY, August 20, 1877, will be: Sixty ounces for twenty cents. Tnirty ounces for ten cents. Fifteen 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 quality of material. au19 ED. PILSBURY. Mayor. VINCONTAGION. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DISINFECTANT IN THE WOILD. It will positively remove unpleasant odors from Sewers, Water Clo-oe,etýe.. in «en minutes. No trouble. No preparation, Always ready for wl-e. You have only to seatter a few hand'ful in and around the places where the bad odors arise and in a few minutes the odors disappear. It is packed in buckets. twelve pounds each Price $1 25 per bucket. For sale by I. L. LYONS Agent, 42 and 44 Camp and 113.115 and 117 (ravier streets New Orleans. jeao 2m laTuTh W. W. PARERB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MONBOE, LOUISIANA. Practices in the parishes of Ouachita, More house and Bichland. Claims taken for collee tion in all other parishee, with privilege of man nsame in connegon with attorneys resid ing them anomeThuly JUDICIAL ADVERrTIZm.MINTS. Maw.*.mar m of (thnrl" (oplndl landi WIf. E( tOND DIHTHIeCTP ('rl;Ji POft THiir' e, I'I.. VWk of Orltni'e, No 40".4-1ly virtir' of te reine wri ot of Iri fise ngcalintr HIervr tN W. II - nrR in fnvor of MaIIry Mivthti it 'l'ee'rn a (es ete hlnd, .o mre dtliretntl btV m y itr, hont.rhl ttr nl ' lo s il itrtl, t e ourt for ti h I arien l of Or nneas IA, wi ' m.,t rf li i rii l ' t nI r w hli, ,tr n in n, . t-n 1o lr, r"h t and r l i t .I, ANrt f Nlw Iti It 'Tifl' Ilf' hFT. 'Tri't'TI, tiANt)iN' t Il.TIuhr if , roie ti r l.t l l irr e'It. Ler tv h. 'in nv c',r hto ll n,, tar n. rt , wil l t il t I. t .ti'ti.it Inf lrA , l . o lh r , ,lI l 'I f ol l riy++li L . tljy s . Ji l ,' / | ,:rt( t ob t+ neeerttele nreiee tr r n riti rtiiwe 't i .ie tt rlr'i i tirnt f't ,,fre , it ii 'fi ni, rr i',hl rr ,'.h h. ti't Wte.'t 'ts w itillte'w l l , et ei~ ten it''Itwineereel ;l rnlpe.r tyn e itllrt Irei ,I ettte J (i'eirlly ele/ire' ire ritereffh Wele lre d bttry eei, etle'f d.rtr . H.tenr'y i'vi.ere te. from vttir'ie i l lrr. tyv i.t, tle' ,er ithe pinrirh evletth ta tIllte, of ~itllt , Irnie . f (itlt rta hth, it I ir,, rii nn nelr, nin. , tunlvlut)l +'l t r)h ittel +,I' .n rl~ ill orr''de t trut etiy i tritttflight ra itioT tii i· nwlnnt r in Inn uivio((s VI hlR clahn pth " r ,hcir Dreern y, rly. tree oreeof the heni e. of trhr ti ' ,'veee.l tel felnt r,F l'vnr t ieetwrs . trrtt l it r tulj i't treh rns t rf e.om f rtet y l mef hr , lrnvrr','. the' widowR ih ,rior tetrtty H f t 'ho- iov4 irot-er, ue. e I e ar tend. All amred iit rht r lhe 'rlah, tit.eo aonel nt!i(ret of eoie.d hetl fi.rltanti, Hit nry W. Mloersr, in tnrd i. the, umr'e'ee. tehn ref hii v t e-i'.eeee father, H rnry ivrs , o ing nfrthi n r o f hi tbod,'n ltm rt, lntrry hrlf v, rs l tenri i '-u,,l f t'ttl t'f ti thr thee mnlr of filvrn t sner aert uldlarr the' prige, tihe f' ndrnt, in the tte r f hr "lni 'rnnt, d fther'. leUn ry t.Ivnerr., ao ll eiejnr"t reo the riaht. ref relua.t STo rm -tn o h on the e ioiit. MartIn noye ,a. I,. A. Polnhy. '4rInTLol DitPrIIItorl OU'rT oFOl l'EItF PIAR. S iih or f Orl a ru , N, a9ci1o --tly virt- ,r ef na wor'i, eof ve'ie re ane aeeee tll m . l irecte .l try t r hte, o nfe r tbnr lthe lm h DimtrAlnt Ceurtr hr ite wridh ore Orlten, In the tpbove enrti itlee eren, I will Ibora ereee to an ll rat btille lllt en. rt ItAe,, Moreha'llet arnl Ati ltonrrreere'' J eheteae n l, . R oaril etriret. tee tkreonl DIst, rhte, of thit cilty h orn HATIrilAT trilro et, r itr , 1177, at II o1d+/'l' k m.. thiee foitllwRI eehor'rtl5rel rao s, Not, Iwitt-- v o f w 'IuInId ( ItITAJN (Jrt OF (OOf;NT... le rteo a hakteryt. eltIraetrl i ln m tlle Fir lt I etrIn't thil ter eity,. in u the eier , rnded bry Tetneri th nu mhber on, 17tldr' ad twiy-nhll, win thre tbeok f eIan orf iThree. Oyel, a net.eryy puet Ie' in this aity. Lots nmirs r le firr +nd x md ftirn ranrh erther, trl ina e rn eeeh twerht-a- r jerete frent , n Terie tI'' leer i ne trrw4 y tWeigfhty Sihr.tee feert erix itrachee in drepth beetw -n freterlidl larin : lreys eumbiatrs .neven Frntl ght adjoint te eeh oteer and metauere entj tweie y-one feet l fronit on ~erel y trene try elbhty-tthreeex feert inlx 1 tnghte, n elplahn bretwern biarrei lvinitews: iving the eny mo trrperty ]'.4ired bcy the detfirenrleent herein iy purerhroan from (leeorgre (tiWttwn. rn pIer Svet beforer Plillipet Lo've h, fthtln t notary tlub lte In this city, oe threnixtnletb ef Janreryle Iwe, Hotmet'e In thre btlrevet inir, Toermu-alo h on then ipr-t. TjIOMAM f-i stANDtY. l it v . Shtn ff ref theen aeri of Oiehtanec John W. nllllman va. Henry L. Mtevensos. i ECOND IJUDtlI IAL, .i.TrIr ITF COURT FO o the Hixth and enventl, Mulnipal laltric.t of the palrlah of Orleans, No,. tro-I}y vtrtiue of a writ tf aisr,,ure and e,'s, to men direeted by the Ihonorsat,nl the.' .erand.idill-ial Dlstrit Court for the HIxth ainl wrventl, Munial'tl Istrlets of the parish of Or(lann. in the above enltled "ruieh, I willt roeqd ' t, t ell at publcl an. tion, at the Morihint anld A tetloneers' Ex ehans.le., Jip St trete., betweet Canal and CO. tornlhouna, streete in tihe H",onsd Diiftriet of this city., on 4ATUtIII)', Hlrtrrsber R. 1h77. At l7 o', lock m., the following d'norltbed property,... wit- A CRItTA IN PORTION OF (R )OUND, togethr with aill lth hii dings and improvemlerts there on, end all rights. ways, prlvl aeges and appur tenanees t~hereunt. bJ--longing or I n. rywbis ap ertainng. Altuated t In [he .tltb Dstr .t thi , ty, for' erly Hurstville, .artxsh of Jeffer son, In this Htate, being the eastern half of rrare number sixty-one, bounder d y e r . Charles flate Nayad.esI t pet and Nanrshtll A,,'oeu (late halhvillrs street). Hurst and Rleanor slre;ots, as per plane drawn by ,enjamfr IiSlso)n late surveyor. dated seventteenth dy March, I17?,r nd deptosited among the recorde rf William iomweld. lhat a notary publlo in thisofty, Hald portion of ground measures one hundred and twenty-four feet five lonhes one line front osn tt. Charles Avenue. lour hundredl actd forty six feet six Inches six lines front on asnhlle, Avenue. one hundred and twenty feet front on H urat streOt .y fou r hsundred and saventy-nine feet five Inches thr, e lines on the line divlding it from the western half of aild lunare and to ward Eleanor street, forming the corner of Ht. (Charles and Nashville Avenues, anti Nashville Avenue and Hur et street, Heized in the above suit. Terms and ConditIons-The pDnrehaeer to pay eash three notes of one thousand dollars each,. due April 1, letl, October 1, 1876, and April 1, 1877, with interest at the rate of elght per cent per annum from October 6. 15711 until the asy of sale; twenty-five dollars and fifty Cpeants, amount. paid for Insuring the properrty, andthree hundred and ninPteen dollars and for y eoits. amount paid to the city of New Orleans for taxea for the years 1876 and 1877, and flve per cent at torney's fees on the amount of the three notes, with interest and costs of sult. The purchaser to assume the notes yet. to become due. say. one thousand dollars on the first of October. 1877, and two other notes. each for the eum of three thousand dollars, payable respectively on the first f October..1878, and first of Ocfoter, 1A79, and sUI bearing interest at the rate of eight ler cent per annum frmn dlate until aild. THOMAS H. HANDY Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ..U 17 27 suds Citizens' lank ef Lemislau vs. Phi.p. ---- -----IUaksy Moriasi THIRD DISTBICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. No. 24,72--By virtn.- of a writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by the honorable the Third Distrlt Court for the parish of Orleans, In the above entitled cruse, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer :chant-s and Auctioneers' Exchange. tsyal street. between Canal and hnisto,mhr, us. streets, In the Second District of thist city. on 'iATUILDAY, -September A, 1577, at 12 o'clock m., the following deseribed property. to wit A CEITAIN LOT OF GROUND, together wtih all the buildings and itmrovements thereon and appurtenances thereof, and all the rights, ways, privileges. servitudes and advantages: thereunto belonging or in aniwise appp:r taining, situated in the First Dirtrirt of this city, in the sq'iare bounded by Camp, Julia, St. Charles and (irod streets, designated by the number twenty-four, on a plan drawn by Louis B ri ngie r,late surveyor general,on the nineteenth February. 1,1, and measures tw:nty-seven feet front on Camp street by a depSh of one hundreo and flfty-nine feet two inches three lines. ex tendinr between parallel lines to it. Mary street. which fntersects the whole of said equare. Be nog the same property which the d-fenodant herein ac3quired by ourchvse from C. T. Esttlin. as per act ,,fore Htelim Magner. late a notary public in this city, dated twenty-eighth Novem bar, i,,5 Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot, THOI.AR H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. a's7 17 27 ie', John lAules Estrade vs. A. Gallflrd. PFC;OND TJUDICIAL DL'STRICT COCRT. S parish ,f Jeff-rson. No. ,s91-BPy virtue of a writ of fleri facias against Augnsto, Gaillard. to me dir.c·ted by the honorablh the S:-:end Jundieial District Court, pari-h of Jef f:orm,. In the above entitled ,eaSl-e. I will prom>r:d t.o 'lsli at public au-tiirn, at the Mr- ehantsand Auc" ion"--rse' Ex,:range, tiyal str-et, betw;een Canai tll a C Cu.-tom ),i', ,t.'4S. in ther ,e-r:ond Di-:Mri,-t of thi-s city, ,en SATUP.DAY, `'te ttmber 5, 1477, at 12 l,'ok m., tlhe ft,,lowing desucribed nropcrty to wit ALL THE RIGHKI', TIT i.D I STEE ST of the def-ndantr. a a rld, bing the one undivided nalf in a i's ."lsare of gr,,und witra all the im there)n. sit aated in the late city of parish of Jefferson, now in the ,to.tds of the city or .New Orleans, pariah of Orleans. dsig nated byth.' nu:mbereighty-tWo B, on a large plan drawn by Henry MIoihsa-en, on the twen ty-third of Augu-t. 14.-, arnd d'po.ited in the offit+e of - .Stringer. a notary public in wNew Orlbans. Said square is b ,und d by Green, Seventh. Jefferson and Carnhror, ne street. ;f t.r k four, folio one hundred and sixty-five, Carroll toizd in the above u fit. Terms--Ca.sh on th" seot. THOMAS H. BANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish ot Orleanss a.7 17 a7 ':,