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Il A T O IV KO»««" SATURDAY,ii::;::!i:««»8BPT. 80, 18C>5. I'«r Hrhool Dlrwior«. We arg authorized ta annoaeea DR. I,. LAY OOOK, J AM KM Mo VA V and J. R. T. HAY ^ KS. Kloction on Una day, Oatgber 2d, «t the City llntl. Poll» open IT« m ® i- to 4 e, M. Com misslo ner« ol KlectUm—Maj. If, J, H kaxd , W. W. M o M ai * and A. K. M a STIIV. • ♦ • •— I j#~ W o uro requested to et»« notice that , tho Rev. Dn. Dob km in will proaoh id the Preebytirlan Church on Bunday next ni 11 o'clock a . ». 1-0~Our thank» uro duo tho officers of tho Now Orl'mn« aud JJayoii Hur» |>aßkot /,afoiirch* for lato Iii«* of city papitra. Also, 1.1» (Jnpt. I'trrr. M IM.'KTTR for UlO Hll/o traiia niiHMifiri of tlio package containing them, to f.liia office. l>". L. Txnrtnm 1« to mid red our thank* for late paper*. A ikiikh A IlKNuitHeow will also accept our thank* for alniilar favora. N ot a Candida«.—W o have boon ro (piuated by Dr. L. L. L atoook to state that, owing to h proa* of prol'osaiorinl and othor ItuainoM* engagements oil hin hands, he is constrained to dcclinc lining »candidate for Hohoöl Director. Hiuco writing the above, we Itava rocoiv ed b oilr4 (inserted ol*»wli»re,) from Mr. J. Ii. T. H at **,«, in which, im will bo anon, llutl. gentleman alao declines being acrm <1 ii lit in for School Director, W abiiiniitun li. A, CiiAPTKit.—Thore will be » regular meeting of Washington ii. A. Chapter, No. 6, at Iheir hall, corner of Main und Church atreeta, on to-morrow (Honday) October let, TS88, at S o'clock !•. u. Son notice of John .tA»THKMBKl, Sec retary, olaewhore. F ancy (loons.—W o call particular at tention to the advertisement of Messrs. Iiuir.bI,K. <fe U acraad », 1"'I7 Canal atreot, New Orleans. Tiie a took waa soloctcd by Mr. (JuKian himself in l'aria and Germany nod every articlo is ef tho newest stylo and moat auperior quality. Mer chant« and othor* wanting to pnrchase Kaney Goods should call on Mosern. (iiianuK «V. O ai /kîuuh. • ♦ . — 2-*f~ Bkâl ad vertigo« I far per'» Magasin* , for October, for aale. A ÜAKO. B aton E ouok , Sept. 20th, 1865. Hi dor (latfl U and (hmut —You will plouao withdraw my name an a oandidnte for School Director of thin city. 1 tiiink there are many older citizens of this place who aro moro experienced and better quali fied to do justice to the punition than my self, with nil duo deforenoe to those who huve kindly suggested my narno. J.K. T.ilAYNEH. Tine A itkoauhino K^ico-rio!«.—-Governor Well» hait, a» our reader» are aware, or dered an election for Governor, Linntonant Coventor, Nonrotary of Btato, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney General, live Kepro auntatlvoa to the Congre»» of tho United KtalnH, and Senator» and Ropreaentativea 1 .o the Logislatura, to take place on Mon day, the 'itli day of November next. That thin election wa» ordered pnrnuant to the proviaiona of tho Constitution of IHM, there can bo no doubt. The appoint ment of Hepresontatl von und Senator« to tho Legislate re clearly indicate» thi», being un exact copy of the «numération laid down in the instrument referred to. After »pacifying certain qualification» for elec tor«, rendered necessary by the new order of thing*, the Governor »etn forth : "In all other respect» tho oloctlori will be con ducted in accordance with law, which I» the natno as under tho Constitution of 1S52, and return« will biapromptly made to the Secretary of State." VVo have boon told by a loarned legal friend that thin reforonce to the election law of 1652, wnn rendered noce»»ary by tho oini»sion of the lu»t Législature to pa»» necessary enactments regulating olectiona, under the Constitution of 1HB4. There be ■ "K "" oilier laws in existence resort was had to those which never had been re pealed. To this there can bo no reason a bio objection, if lite fuels be an stated to us. Considerable disappointment lias been ox perlen cod, and much dissatisfaction rnun i l'es led, because Oov. Weils did not, in Iii» proclamation, order an uloctkm for paro chial officers. Wo understand he did not do this on account of the fact that, there wan not authority in the Constitution to warrant him in so doing. Hut, sn wo aro t" have an election in November, and an the Legislature wilt moot in a lew weeks thoroaftor, all theao grievances con bo remedied, and tho people of the parishes, towns, and cities will be ullowod, us of yore, to choose their parochial and mu nicipal officer». Tho Dear approach of such gratifying circumstances, ought to go far towards allaying [»resent disappointment.». We presume wo shall haVe a municipal election in Now Orleans botweon Novem ber and the lat of January. Should this presumption prove tobe well founded, it Will I m ) hailed with joyful acclaim by the •ntire community.— True l)tlta,Mth iwC. — . • • AKiutns in Orkkck.—A letter from Athen», in tho New York Pott, saya: <1 roeoe, the mother of democracy, seems at present a prey to the worst kind of kintr critlt. * Kngland, France and Kussia bullied hor into running a debt to pay for a king and In« court, and have been bullying her shout her debt at. intervals ovor siuoe. King Otho wa» a tolerable good old man, but hi» wife was a vixon, and they were I'oth driven away. Kinar Oeorge in a tolerably good youjlg man, hut has an attendant devil in Spon "ok, w hoste only idea« of constitutional Covernment, seems to be, to buy up a min isterial majority in tho legislative branch, nmi then bully and browbeat all that offer any opposition. Hueii conduct can only end in revolution aid expulsion, which wlil bo immediately • luotod »« another proof of tho unfitness of tho Crooks for eonstitntionul Government. hiii I perhaps be seized upon as b pretext by tho "protecting"}iowern to"proteot" her a tittle more, Mr« Moore, widow of Thomas M wore, the pu#t, is d«ad. Si- KKAnifio .— The Revltal buslneae - wh ich , lu our vanity , we conceive thi » newspaper hath done much to help along - is certainly spreading ; extending itself in all directions . Wo aro informed by citi - Kons of ( ioo » e Hollow , in the lowor « x - tremity of that suburb of the city , that aoveral new churches have ojxjncd within the last week , and although a lively busi - ness is done in thoin every night , there is « till no diminution of intereat . There ore several " Little Bethel «" In that , locality , which bid fair to rival the vary biggest Bethel of them all up town . In " Catfish '' the good work I« also progressing . Our colored fellow - citizens , in the same ratio that they aro indifferent to their material interests , to the cures of the flesh and the devil , aro warming up in a spiritual sense and looking after the eternal and over - lasting interests of their souls . Thero in only one thing threatening interference with tho good work , and we regret to mention it as much as the eminent divines , who generally close their exhortation » to sinners by passing the hat . It is the mat - tier of money , the iftlbjoet of fund » to sup - port the bodies of missionaries , whilst la - boring In their soul « to nave sinners . We sincerely hope tho Revival will not fag oud break down on account of fractional currency und greenbacks . Vet It is threat - ened . On Wednesday night last nor the - ological editor put his nose througu a bro - ken pane in the basement of the Methodist Church and listened to tho close of a dis - course on luisaiobarioM , The up |> eul was a very touching one , and as eloquent , on all subject « are , when they tottoh us person - ally . Tho speaker said he was a long way from home - bad come lit a very groat saorifice of his own tirao and money , to lend his humble uhillties to tho good woik of the Revival - ho wanted to leave in the morning , and that might be the last time he would ever address thorn . " Think of it ! The very last , time !" He was nearly if not quite out of funds and depended on the genurosity of the hrethten to assist him on his way rejoicing . The Stewards were called on to pass the hat , and just be fore closing with the doxology Brother Peter Clark counted the proceed », amount - ing to one dollar and flfteon cents , frac - tional . Tho speaker deposited the " one fifteen " in his left vest pocket , and pitched tho doxology so high that , the sintere in Iront could scarco reach it . He did not complain of the sum raised , but If the la - borer is worthy of his hire , what kind of compensation in this for two solid hours in tho fiolds of eternal life I Wo appeal to the rcftaouuble only . Shall tho good work cease ? Shall tho Revival come to its end I Shall all the ink wo have used on tho sub - ject bo thro wn awny '! H h »41 tho flock scatter and ai! become like the prodigal son or tho lost aheepl 1« this generous community wiliing to aoe eternal intercut die out in this fashion ï . » —, • » COI .ONIZINO (ffc*M* Wa in C koboia— We a re no agrarian , but we » re in favor of « speedy sub - division of large landed o. t äte », and the multiplication of small free - holds . The immediate effect of this meas - ure wonld be tho Increase of our farming population . Wo should havo a numerous body of independent landholders : end these wonld oonntitut . e that " bold peas - antry " which nro at onoe t . he pride and de - fense of all froe countries . The negro quarter wonld bo succeeded by the rural village with it « church und school house crowning the neighboring hilltops , and all other evidencen of modern civilization . Another . result would be the enhance - me n t of the value of real estate . It can be hardly demonstrative that It would inure to tho pecuniary profit of our largo land - holders to dorjute to actual settler « every alternate fitly acre * of his plantation . Sup - pose , for example , on a plantation of one l h OU » an (1 acre » you succeed in nettling ton thrifty Carman or Irish families ; it I» not morally certain that tho romain in fivo hundred aero « will bo more valuable than tho whole tract was previous to tho settle ment . A rrangementa aro now in progress , we understand , to colonize ten thousand acres of land in one county in Ooorgia upon a similar plan . Let thin policy obtain a foot - hold , and our ' planters will be well nigh re - munerated for tho loss of their niavo « in tho increased value of their land «. While , however , wo feel the immonso im - p ortance of the policy herein indicated , we would by no mean » counsel its enforce - ment by law . Our state Legislature might enooitrnge it by proper legislation , but our main reliance for its » uocoss must be on the progressive enlightenment of the public mind . If demagogue » will only re - frain from agitation , and if some of the presses of the country will coano to inflamo the now smoldering resentment * excited by the late war , wo may then look for an ag - ricultural prosperity without parallel in our past history .— Angunta Chronicle and iS(V, t.inrl. Important Cln nlnr front th* l. tittlnlniin ftVeoitineii '» ftnicnu Itelnflvc •<» the Trial nf Krrrilmcti Ity Ktnlt Courts. IlKAixjUARTKits nirnxirr or lUronnr .», i ffSr.KBMUM AMD AiakoohKB I/AITOS. , Btate of LouUIaUa , N. Orl «* n «, Kept , VI, 1885. | Oirtmhtr No. 16. Whenever any judicial officer of the Htate ar - raigns sod tri »» rreedoien fur alleged fault , » ml shows by hl» proriitifJUiK « that h " In d !« pi >««l to deal »» Ju « t . lj with thin claim ot pornoim an with white perKOtiB , no Interference by any of the ait « nt < of thi * flureau will h« allowed , the oo - ( iporafion of » uch ofilrer » a »« l » tn rather than re - tard the Work of Oil « Bureau . OUI«»™ of tii « Htireatt will only Interfer » with the civil authorities when the tnntlmony of thn Freed men |« denied , or when , by reason of nld code * or disregard of new one », Impartial ju » tic , e I» d « nlod on account of the color of the peraon applying for it I h« officer * of the Slate will everywhere he In - vltwJ ( and they uro hereby invited ) to aid thla Bureau in administering juath « to the frewlinsn , and in promoting the peace and industry of the country . Kar h Sl ate offl - er who accept » thin Invitation , Am^ .*""«« te receive the testimony of freedmsn , without prejudice on account of color or orlgi », I» requested to make th « «« urn known . In writing , addreasea to the A. nisUol Commis , « loner , at hi « UtariquiM - ters , in New Orlwuj,. In »II ease « wher * jn » t „ oficerr will not treat the freedniMi in thl > mnnnsr , the duly authorised officer » ol this Human will e » tal . li H h , in connection with their office «, tribunal « for the trial of all catee where freedmsn « re Interested . In accord an «« with the l» w of Congre ««, ai /l. 3d mal sud M« rchSd , 1864, and the order » of Major ( lei » wal Howard in ptimoftnöo fhertnf. H t nnvrn <0 TaoMAfi W. Cowwir Coût m Mo lier, Hur-nu (< f yr&»dania Ab»n.lon^i L&HIIH H. (i FKSNO, or r ici au i irfi Llttut, %itd a . a . a. u. FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES -Aid) MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. JA8TRBMHKI k MoCORMICK, « reepactfully give notlco that they have yHf alway» oa hand a fre»h supply of A& M!Kr>lOX1Sr®0, ETC., Which they guarantee to l>e pure ; also a choice assortment of from the mo«l caleht at*d manufactoriei, rornprls Ing— LUHIN'M, Madam IIUItANIfH, BAZIN and WMOIir ». A fine assortment of EBBENOES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS!, —AMD— »CK N 'J' KU HOIIPN, All kinds of fresh genuine M IN Kit A I. KVATHItH, fur« blQUOHH, via: French and American HHAKl»l W, WtflSK V-Rye and Bourbon. I'OftT WINK, Mil Killt V and MAORI IIA. Genuine Holland 01«. Pur« BO I! NA PPS, Krenoh l'aient Medicines, vlïl HIROP UK BltlAST, MROP OK H.ORK, SIHOP OK LAMOURtKUX, iilUVKliK !.AVI(,I,K. H1IMK ANTMItAIROUX, INJROTKIN IIRAN, I.RHOy'H MKDIdlNKft, ViN OK HJMIIJIN, I'EROm^RMKM OK K RIt OR PIlAVAR, IHJIM.K I)B Kill K DC M OR UK OK TOÜÖII8, (il« Ho««.) Will receive i>jr the ne it steamer a fre«h lot of i'atnnt Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WtNTRR UAROKN BRROR—jo«t received. VOAL OIL and ODA!, I.AMPK--B variety on hand. fiKBOHKK always on hand. jar* All orilrru/rmiL Uui nmtntry ewfitlh/ /ml up andpnrmply allmdnl to, JASTREMSKI & NeCOKIWHlK, Mori near ly onprtKiU« tin» Hmnrh of Hi* fjOUftUn« HUte Itnnk. ju)1 WANTED. COTTON! COTTON!! COTTON üj .F HB IJNOKR8IONKO Is now prepared to re. cwlv# ftnU MtiXp COTTON, an<J Upon Which if mm* Ut hl« oorrpKpfn'lmt«, Gl vin, W att .« 4 C" » of New Orinaris, lie will m»ko U^rdl «üvamrefi of M<* r < hand ine nnd Ca«h. No a'fwavrj'A intuit upt'm, (JnWvti wnlU after otâwil fhit very* JOSHUA r.KAf#. H. CZARLINSKY HAVING rnwovml from ll ** ude f a Old ntaiid , re - njHsctrullj informa l» i * cuntoniar » nud the pub lie f(«*nMrnll > f 1 that h" may h« fouud at IVonder » fja*t'H old «tHiid, f»n Mala atreet . opponii « tho liar Hey Ilou « e t whar # he kfej»*« nlway « on ttand a w« 0l ftIWrtld »tork, rori4intiriK f »r FANCY AN]) STAPLE DRY GOODS, Hosiery of all description*, READY-MADE CLOTHING II ath, B oots, S hokh, E tc. Which be will «ell at the low««t market prlies. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. au g '!•"») CLOTHING iJLOTHING!! rURT rerpivod from N«w York , ami for nah» at • / LOW I' ltlCKH , a larife anKortment of PALL Ml ) WIMKH CLOTIIINti. F. OTTO, attg'iB- tf Comer Third and I.aurel Hte. TPoic Sale. THKKK DWKM.INII IIOUSKM eac con»litloK «)f four Kootn», Kllch»'n and Hwrvanta room. Cftiditionn wlil h»» round liberal by applying to tho under ftigned. AKiMI, a fine two story F It AM B bUfLDING with Kitchen and Aorvanti«' ItooroH, dituat»d in the eentwr '»f the town. Twelve (l'i) !#ôte a^ vantageomily *ituat»»d for trade or realdeorea. For particularn apply fj. (iUHMAN. l'emon« Indebted Ut nie either by not.» or on account ar« hereby requested t<> cull at my »»flfiee, on Ufoyetti Htreet, one door fropi Florida, Iw fore the flfteinth (IG) day of OHoher ne*t, to make arrangement* fora final «cttlemont. Any falling to comply with the above will Ni immedi ately protecut-ed. •eptIB 0. OUHMAN. FOB SALE. AOOMIroKTABLK ramily reaideuce, situated on Main Htreot, oppoalte the li'ema'e Orphan Anyluui. A haraain may he had if disponed ef iinmiKllately. ' by apply Ine to H. W. .101. IjY , «UK 1 à-aiu im the premium . ià S. Jfïï. JtKlier, REHI'ECTKUI.I.y Inform» hit* frlondK nnd lorotter patron», that he ha* rovurund imaineix at Theodore Ooldmann'a Jewelry Hfore, whom will I» fonnd a large and «encrai assortment of Btaple and fancy Dry flood», Hirne», Hat», and a varlaty of Notion», milted Im the Indien of Kant, and West Baton Bouse. july2H-lm BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THK PEOPLR'H STORE. D DAVIDSON notllitm hia Irlnn lK that lie haa . Ju«t received a lar*» ami «encrai asuort ment of DRY GOODS, HHOES, BOOTH, HATH, And all thn Notion» of fh( a«e. end to which bn rcapcctfuily invite» attmtlw. Iteihre purcha»in(( elaewbere. The p 'iople'« friend. Mr U.M. AXHKft. will he found as lively nod accommodatin», an «ver, "lie lilnd Iii« counter " D. OAVI OWN, il/ïf-lm Lafayette »tteet. CANDIDATES. FOIi ATT' YTOKNKltAJL. Mr. KHtor— Yon will pleaae annonnco Hon. ANOKKW N. IIKRHON, of Eaat Union a« a candidat« for the office of Attorney General of tha Btafco of Looial atia, nt tlia npproachînK «lootlnn au(?17-i.d MANV FHIKND8. FOR D18 T. ATT'Y. Mr. Mittr- Yon arc authorized to arir - nounco It. W. KNICKKKBOCJKER. K«q., of Baton Kongo, tho preaontable ana officiant inotinibunt, aa a candidate for ro nloction to theoflloo of Diatrint Attornny. FBI ENDS A ND KUiTOBTKK». ang-lO-pd. FOU SHERIFF. far«. Milvit— l'ioaw) artnonnco II. V. IIA Biff, K»(|„ aaacandidatofor Hhoriff of the J'ariah of Kawt Baton Bongo at the ap proaching Kloction, jiilyii.", pd. MANY FRIENDS. Mr. hUlor - J'IottHii atato, that at tho re • iineat of many of hia friunda, Al.TREI» OUI'I.AWI IHK, E»(j., baa oouaented to boOoine a uandidate for the Hiicrifl'aity of the i'ariah of Kaat Baton Bouge. angC-pd *** Mr, ËdUor —You will idea»« announce TIIOMAN F. Il l'JliNA NOKX. Kao., aa a candidate for tho office of HherlfF of Kaat Baton Bouge, ut the forthcoming Novem • ber election. ittlgS-pd. VOX I'OPtTLI. Mu*r*. Mitnrn— Ileaao ann»nnoe tiie preaent inctirnbent,, KIBVAKI) <'OI/SI« M \ II D, for re -election to the oliioe of Bherifl' of Kaat Baton Bouge, at the Bp* proaehing Novenibor election. uuglft pd VOX I'OPULJ. FOB CXLERK. Mtm». £Jilor*—l'leu.tn arinonnc« In your paper the natno of JOSEPH N KI* I IL Kit tho I'reaent efficient Clerk, for re-election to the office of (Jlerk of the Fifth Judicial Dlatrict, at tiie approaching November election. MANY FRIENDS. nugl5-pd FOU It ECO UOKK. Mcmn. F/liUira I'loaae annottDea JOHN H'fdtATII a» a candidate for I'ariah Bocnrdcr, at tho approaching election, angl-pd. MANY FRIEND8. I'iUUm (if 'thn Gasrtte ami (ïmrt~Y on aro authorized to annonrico WILLIAM IIIinilN. Esq., an a candidate for tho offio.o of Kocordnr for tho I'ariah of Kuat liai.on Bouge. Ho will beaupported by angl-pd. NUMEROUS FBIKND8. M?»*rt. FMlors -I'leaao announce WIL» LIA;>! SION6KT, Eai|., as a candidate for Recorder at. the approaching Novem ber election. nugr. pd. MANY VOTEB8, Mr. I'/lUnr -You aro authorized to an nounce HA.ItllKL NKOLFIKLD, 8en., a» a candidate for tiie oflico of i'ariah Be c.rdor at t.bo ermuing election. nugß pd. MANY ()LI> FRIENDS. FOR AHHEHSOR. M ust*. filUw»— I'leaao announce JOHN F. I'IKKH, aa a candidate for tho Office ol I'ariah Aaaoaaor at the approach ing November Kloction. NUMEROUS 8U WÖRTER#, angl-pd. Mr. Editor —I'lcaae annonnco aa a candi dato for tho office of Pariah Asaeaaor of Kaat Baton Rouge, Mr. NTKPHKN J. VOlTNG, and oblige hi» FRIENDS and hltpoetebh. angf. Mtwrt. tHUnr»- I'loaae announce Mr. OHARLKM V K RHO IS, aa a candidate for tho office of I'nriah Assessor, at the ap proaching November election. atiglii MANY FBI ENDS. I.MtOSPRCTUS or THK "JVcw Orleans Creticeni," The undet'MiKneil will ronutne, on Mon&Af, the 2d of October next, at lit Gamp utrnet, the publ) cation of the "CttKSOKNT," «uitpended hy Military tulliorlty, on the flilh of .May, 1K0Ï. The Ormcont will nlm to lay before It« reader» lite latent Intelligence by Telegraph »nd Mail from all part» of the world, and II will give apeeial at« teiithm to th» co-niiterclal intevat» of thi* city, and the azricnltural and political intereati of houiaiana and tho adjoining Ktatca. In the present notuittled «tat« of alTitlra, it wilt use all Ii« influence In rea'oriun order, tranquility anil proHperily to tho people, and in uphoidlnjt their personal and political right*. It» position will la> more faily developed fa it» column», where all public queaUou« a(fectinf( the in.erettg of our people will be dixruMCd freely, conrUiouKly and conncientioualy, A» all the material « -nd ex punie » attending the publication of the OttHOt/ni aro required to be paid for in ra » h , and those expeoaea being fully double what they formerly were . lt ia hopntl that It» patron» will not object to tho rule requiring advance payment » for advertlieiiienta and nub - Knrlpflon*. The (,'rmrmU will he published, a« heretofore Daily— Huftilaya exoepted—and a Weekiy Edition will be Issued every Haturday. Terata t pea AaatiM . DA II. Y »16 00 WKICKI. Y 6 00 At) VKKTIUKMfcNTH inaerted on the Kaute term» an published by the o! her «ity paper*. sept! i J. O. NIXON. 'I 1 O P fi A N r J' IÜ R S i COTTON OXIsTISTXlSrO - 'Ji|IK nuderaigned reapectfolly inform» all per I «on» who may rwj.tlre work done in the way of cotton-ginning, that h« is prepared to .tWend to the »am» with proinptoe»» and diapatch, lie hail an «scellent Oln, of the Carver pattern, *nd he bo|i<iH by hi, long experience in ginning and hl» d«air>< to ft- commodate, that he will reçoive a ilhernl share of patronage. Iiis prie« ot ginning is TWO CEUT3 a pound, being a reduction of three cunts on last year'a r/ttcv. flKMRV C'OMN'OR, Corner flnvernment aud Maximilian Rt« ( #ug)Jl-Im Near Clay Gut. Road. Plaster of Paris ! Plaster of Paris!! rr bulk, plaster of paris. Just tëwiv- td, at».! (f>r jUl/ i - tf jaMKK McVAY, O pp Ci it « t tow Le . Statt til««». NIÎW FALL GOODS I —at tea Dry Good« and Clothing Store, THIRD HTRKBT, Nfarly Oppetlfe Ibr Bank. J. K UIIS having just returned from tha North, renpeetfclly iuvltea the publia to eiantlaeitla wall selected stock ol PÄINTfl, UKI.AINRH, HOI'UNtl, I'l.AIDB, m Kit mo nu, HI l, RH, KM BHOIDRKIKH, IIANDKER<;iUK»H, JENAMKI.RU BtfOKI.KK, HAIR NHTH, II08IKRV, KI.ANNEL8, BAl,MORAI.n. BA'PINET# AND I.'A&SIMSHKH AI«,, the vtav WTasT rrun of 0OAT«, FA NTH, VKHTB, HUIRTM, NKOKTIRH, OIAJVKB, IIATH, TR A V EM nti K B IBT1, HINIDEH OI/OTIIISU, — Anit— A COMPI/KTR AHHORTMENT or Tar UKMT IM4DK BOOTS ANI> HIIOKH. The arrangnmenM which he lia« mad* at ttia North will enalile him to reealre JST&x/sr Goods Kvcry week, which shall he »old at A MM AM. ADVAN0K AWtVE OOHT hl» motto being, "QOtoK HA I, BS AND MflHT PRWITH." J. KÜHN, »eptr, Third street, opposite the Bank. AT HEAL K. SUNDRIES f~ffUJfl)R.JE8 ! ! I UHT receivml, per steainar Henry Ante», rrom ') Hl.l,(j«ls: W10 Bags WIIITK CORN. 260 Bushels (MM. 56 Haie» il AV. 15 Barrel» fOTATOKK and OMllNH. f» Bote» Assorted ORAtlKfCRH. C Tuba Table BÜTTKR. 10 Hags Uar I, A RH. 1 Tierce do. do. Vient New Oi lriiii * t 'Xt Bags newly Imporied RA LT. !> Boxe» Star CAMJ&K*. 6 Hags Rio (JO f CEE. ï Hogshead;: KtIra C'hol'» SHOAH 1 Darrel White Crashed do. OttOOîtP l'KI'PE«, 81'JOK, N HTM KUH, F1SK TOBAÜOO, ENOMHH PIOKtKH IN M CHT AR», AMKHIUAM CICKI.KH, IMPORTED VilKNOff MOHTARD, HÜGAR-nURED HAMB, To Which I wonld solicit the attention of those who purchase where they yet tiie best goods, and the worth of their money. anglB .IOHIII5A BKAl.. iWVIlICI MliSH ! I CIIKET MUH1Ü, tu r i'lano at New Orleaba p>i< e* Accordeeur, Vintes, Violins, flajnolatx, fifes and I'ai.nnl, Fife Tubes, Violin and Onitar Strings, at DKAI.'H BOOK AND VARIBTY OTOBF., septA Cor. Third and Conveatlon Hts. i >i:v YOUR BARBEL MI:ATH J •> AT IIKAIJ^- Present price» : Fill,I, M ICHS POKK™ llenry Ann« .1 (Jo, Packer», prie« 00 Pill MB M RH 8 PORK, Cincinnati City Packed. a'l 00 The abova Meats are full welglit and /'New Crop ." Guaranteed la every particular. sept.7 JOHII1JA II KAI,. AT BEAI/H. L ine, bath, purk.rakin, iw. ' f.00 bunhela OATH, 26 barrels PORK, 26 .. (Jape MME, 2600 lbs. BACON, 2ii blil». Large, New Meehaonck POTATORH, .. Choice ONIONS, f>0 bales HAY, 609 bnshels Choice White CORN, 60 tibia. FLOOR, Just stored and lor sale at tha lowest current market rate». sept2 JOSHUA BKAl., A T BEAL'S : iO Barrels Single Extra PI/OUR. 10 .. MK8H PORK. 1 Hogshead Kitra KUOAR. X Gross P. A M. VKA8T POWDKItS. Jaul arrived and for aal « at moderate prices . ^CHÜOL B00K8, HT ATI ONER V, PENH, INKS, 8I.ATEH, PKNCII<8, FANCY GOODS, For sale by NOTIONS, Ao . JIINIHA URAL,. MAOAHÏA ! By author of Bettlah , with a beautiful steel plat « engraving of the anthoreae. MARIAN OR BY—By Mr». Honmer. Mrs. Hale'#, Mlaa I^slie's, Widdifieid'a and Francatelli'a COOK BOOKH. A good assortaient of BLANK BOOKS, cheap , *t J08IIHA BEAL'S, Sign of the " Red Flag ," neptO C o r . Third and Convention Ht «. Superior Pantry flour. Ori BARRELH suporb paltry Flour—will «'J «aft the most taetldlona—now in store and for aale fry julyl JOSHUA BKAl,. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran & Lime. A SUPPLY of the Rbov «- n «feefl articlas, usually uu hanl aod for «ale by j«iyi JOBUUA SKaL . CLOTHINGS CLOTHING!! JOST RECEIVES AT J. KOWALSKIS STORB, A FINE ASSORTMENT 0 F CENTS' SIMMER CLOTHIÜtt» MADE OFTUB Latest and Most Improved Fashion. Also, A LARGE AND KBÜSS ASDORTMINT Qt FURNISHING GOODS Together with A WÜI.L ASHOBTK» «TOO* OF Ladies' Men's and Children's Bhoei, All of whioh will lté sold it the MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Partina wiahing to purcliiM»« will pleaae call and «gamine for lliemaelve* et julyïD 3. KOWALSKI'», Laurel etraet. 50 t orn \ dorn ! ! SACK# COHN. Jtwt rfoeiT»n«l far *»•!♦* bjr f • WAX, juljrl.ti Nfiar the Oouri UoutD. Clear Sides! it/Will I.BH. CLKAR Hium . Ja ft Ujl/\ 'U received and for sala by iulyl N. WA*, Near the Court Hintue, Oat* and Bran. OUFI'IilBH t» ment the demanda of jwr O chasers. Just reoelved and for sale by N. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court House. Sugar ('nred Ham* 9 TIERCES 8UGAR-<;UREÜ HAMB. U . lust rrcelved and for aale by julyi-tf N. WAX, Near the Court House Floor Ï Floor!! ?.i\ HUH. KLOUR. Just receivml and fJU for «ale by «. WAX. „ julyl tf Near the Court llrrns# Wall Paper! Wall Paper !! 1(1 nil(i R0LL8 WALL PAPER. I "^*"1" ol the finest patterns, Oa hand and Itir aale by .IAMKN M« VAY, inlyl tf Opposite the !<&. State Bank. Butchers;* aod Counter Scales. Till-; BKS tin market: B ij TCIIKHB SAWS and KNIVR«. STKKIiH and OI.RAVKM0. J tint rpwlrf'l, and for «Al« by julrl'Atf JAMK« MtVAf. POT-WARE. OvKNS, POTS and BKII.I.F.TH. Ol») MPS, nf all slues—e fine aaaartiaent. .lust receivml, and lot sale by julyï^tf JAMEI MeVAV. SAWS AND AX KS. m 1 VTTLK'B * HOW I, A NIl'H CROHB t!DT *AW|. WOOD MA WS and HAW BOCKS. « OOl.MNH' AXF.rt. HIIINOMNO aod l/ATIIINO HATCH 1TB. Just raeeived, and for sale by juiy9ï-tf JA9IRS NtVAT. Window Shades J Wkidow Risades ft A LA ROE rind choice usaortment of variuna patter ua. •t A SI KS MCVAY, jul yl- tf Opposite the Iä . State Bask. r Y ce T bi^ans, Potatoes, Dried &r. FR Bale in Nuiall quanti ti«H, bj Julyl * JOSHUA BKAl.. Oats and Bran! I^ULf, Huppliea of the abovo Artlclee. 1 .lost reoelVdd and for sale by .t. .1. IlimDAHS, juiyl tf Oor. Main and fanes Ht», CHOICE KXTRA FLOIJK. AFKW more barrels or the belt in market, just stored aod for sale by julyü'/ JOSHUA BKAU Corn! Corn!! BAOKflCORN. Jast received end for aale by J, .1. OtJWrMHH, julyl-tf Oor. Mam aod Levee Uta. 100 TOBACCO ! TOBACCO ! ! AFINR assortment of C11KWINO aod SMOK* INO TOBACCO, In store, and for sal* by septï JOSHUA BKAl,. MORK BUTTER. IÜHT received another lot of Now May Butter— »J retail price only 45 cents. July*? JOSHUA BKAl.. Flour! Fresh Flour! *7 HB LH. FLOUE. JtiHt reneired an J I W for aale by J. J. llVNOAflH, julyl-tf Cor. Main aod hevee.Sta. RUINCLE8, FOITR FOOT BOARIM AND PICKETS. THK undnrsigned begs leave to inform the citi zens of Baton Roujrc, that he la now prepared to fill orders for KIIIKOLKK, FOt'H FOOT BOARDS ASM l'ICKKT». Made of good sound Cypres«. AWOrders left at the office nf the (latelte A Comet, «III meet with Immediate attention. ang2^1nt OOTAVR AKBOUR. Tobacco! Tobacco!! A LA KO B lot of the bent traods ofCHItWIN« TOBACCO, such «a— mackimack, MAT AFFLIt, NATU 8A I, I.KAF. Just reoi'lved anil for tale bv F. OTTO, aug^Cr-tf Corner Third aod Laurel Uta. Salt !~7 .T.... : Salt ! ! OLANTERH la want of Salt can make it * to their later eft to purchase of JOSSMVA W&A1*.