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tuesday, ::::::::!:::::s::«i:oct. 3, 1805. 1)*t OOODN, W ksbiho A pparki. ahd • I bwblht .—Turn to the ailvei tiaemenl of Mr. K. F jcnulkr , and see what he has to »ay for bimaelf liier« in. For the present, we will only liint, that he bat one of the most elegant and varied aaaortmentft ol fancy and Staple Dry Oooda, Clothing, Jewelry, Ac., that haa ever graced the shelve* of tha ahopa in our city. Call around and aoe If thi* isn't *o, and take with yon a supply of the "filthy lucre," in tlio abape of greenbacks, to exchange for the "pure ors," in the shspa of golden or naments, or, if It suits you batter to invest in the dry goods department, you will be *pt to And there also, articles in that line that will satisfy the most fastidious taste. KunNiîVRC, W il low W arb , »fee.—Our friend Jî a uWflTAKK has made all Decenary arrangements for keeping constantly on hand a general MBortmont of Household Furniture, Willow Ware, <fco. L aw C akd .—We take pleasure in calling t.lip attention of our Toadors to t.be profes sional curd of 8. P. O rbvkb , Esq., a gen tleman who has resided in our city a greaV many years, aud has in all that time en joyed the confidence and egteom of our community. N kw H ouse of E ntkrtainmen ».— It will lio seen on referring t.o tbo Card of Mr». E. 11 kndrv , that thpt lady ha« taken the large, elegant and commodious house he. longnig to Mr. Mtx«, in this city, whore she has opened a Hoarding House for the accommodation of permanent and tran sient boarders. Mrs. II knihiy has had years of success ful experience in this city, in the business »ho has resumed, and is worthy tbo conti douce and patronage ol' tho community, y ho used to keep a first-rate house aud we doubt not sho will again. Wo wish her great succt'ss. Prrildent .lohiinon'a rather. Fifty-three years ago the following obit uary tlotloe of President Johnson's father (Jim. 10th, 1812) appeared in the Raleigh ( N. C.) Star: "Died iu this city, on Saturday last, Jacob Johnson, who for many years occu pied an humble but useful station in so ciety. He was city constable, sexton and porter to the Slate Hank. In his last ill iiflHR he was visited by tho principal in hnbltants of the city, by all of whom he wan esteemed for hi» honesty, sobriety, in dustry and humane, friendly disposition. Among «11 to whom he was known and es teemed, none lament him more (except, perhaps, his relatives) than the publish«! cif this paper, for be owes liiB life, on a particular oocasion, to the boldness end humanity of Johnson." The North Carolina Standard thus ex plains the concluding lines in the above obituary notice : "Thomas Henderson wat» upset in a oa Tioe, and wa» so near being drowned that life was nearly extinct when ho was recov ered. Jacob Johnson was ou the bank, safe and secure. But be saw bis friend drowning before his face. Thoughtless of »elf, he plunged in at. tho hazard of bis own life. He did finally succeed in saving his friend, but both were nearly exhausted when they reached the shore. The state ment in regard to Jacob Johnson being 'esteemed for his honeotv, sobriety, indus try, and humane, friendly disposition,' is concurred in by tho crtd "inhabitants now living in this city. The grateful and gen erous tribute to his worth and goodness of heart is more to be valued anil esteemed than 'storied urn or animated bust.' As euch President Johnson may so regard it, and no doubt he does. That peouliar trait, so marked in the father—of devotion and attachaient to a proved friend—the sou ssems to hsve Inherited in an ominent de greo. Those who havo known him well end known hitn long concur in the state ment that where his friendship snd confi dence are once secure he allows no extra noous influences, no party violence, no whinperinirs of enmity, no reverses of for tune, to alienate his feelings.', What follows on the same subject from tbo Standard,, will no doubt be welcome to tho Chief Magistrate, for sweet, are the dew» of memory when they fall upon s pure hoart and a conscience at peace . "We can well imagine what may be President Johnson's feelings on reading this tribute to his father's worth—pre served in the musty flies of a journal of by-gone times. There it has remained iu •inlet forgetfulness for fifty-three years, uill brought to light by the greatuess and elevation of tho tlieu orphan boy. Little did the author suppose tfiut the fatherless child, with whom he, no doubt, deeply sympathized, would, in process of time, acquire a name and a reputution commen surate witli the limits of the Christian world. Tho following extract, from Mr. Johnson's speech in the House of Repre sentatives, ou his great favorite measure, 'the homestead,' delivored April 88th, 1S6Ü, will show tho touching affection ho still cherishes for tho laud of his birth, in which repose the ashes of his father : " 'Some object to this measure, as calcu lated to take away the population from the old States. Lot me ask the Old Dominion; let mo ask North Carolina—Ood bless her ' for although she is not, as the Romans would cell it, my alma maUr, yet Bhe ia my mother ! Although poverty—gaunt and haggard monster—expatriated me from her limits, to seek a home ia my adopted State, where every fibre, every tendril of my heart, is entwined with the interests of her people—yet still North Carolina is my native State, aud in my heart 1 reapect aud lovo her.' "Strange to say, tho very paper contain ing the nbove obituary ia in mourning for the terrible disaster of the burning of the Richmond Theatre in 1818, and tue pro ceedings of a meeting of condolence on tho part of the citizens of Raleigh, presided over by Col. Wm Polk. Iu the same pa per is an obituary notice of the death of the mother of Wm. Gaston. Such is life I <>ne generation passetb away and another succeeds. Fifty-three years from to-day «11 who are cow the busy actors on the theatre of life will huve passed to that bourne from which there is no return, and unothor gouerstion will have taken their place«—and another, and another, in one ooDtiuunl evel* " Xational IntMigtnctr. SHERIFF'S SALES. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge— Fifth Judicial District Court No. 451—Pise «Sc Hart vs. Uart and Brad - ford A Co. BY VIRTUE of ft writ of seizure aud »are to mo directed from the Honora - ble the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish aud State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale at the Court House door in tho city of Baton Rouge on Saturday, (Ii« Ith of November next, A. D.. 1835, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : A certain piece or parcel of ground. »Hu nted in that part of tho city of Baton Rouge, laid out into lots by Messrs. Pike «fr Hart, and described in a plat here ex lubitod as lots numbered from 10 to 89 inclusiv«. Said plat, and survey made by Win. (J. Waller, Surveyor and Civil K.ngi noor, dated July, 18(10, and bounded North by old Spanish Town street; South by North streot; East by Canal »treet, and West by Klam stroot, and measures two hundred and fifty (250) feet front on said North stroet, by seven hundred and seven teen feet to »aid old Spanish Town street, between parallel and oqual lines, Euglisb measure« Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the abovo entitled suit, together with into rest and costs. Terms of »ale -cash, in U. S. Treasury Note», with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINARD. oct2 Sheriff. State of Louisiana— Parish of Käst Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 870—Samuel Hsralson vs. John C. Foreman and Nancy Foreman. BY VIRTUE of a writ of fi'ri facias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial Distriut Court, of the Parish and State «foresaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale at tho Court House door, in the city of Baton Kougo, on Saturday, the ttli of November next, A. 1)., 1865' at 12 o'clock, M,, of said day, the following described mortgaged prop erty, to wit : À certain tract or parcel of LAND, situ ated in this parish, ou Bayou Matiohac, about fourteen miles from the city of Ba ton Rouga, containing six hundred and ninety-six (6SI6) arpents, more or less, bounded on the North by lands formerly belonging to Prondorgsst (now Mansur;) West by lands of Willis; East by lands of Hereford, and South by Bayou Manchac, together with all the buildings and im provements thereon. Seized to pay and satisfy tho writ issued in the above entitled suits, togother with the interest ami costs. Terms of sale cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. KI». COUSIN oet'2 OUSINAKD, Sheri If. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Bouge— Fifth Judicial District Court No. 457—Robert Wortham v«. Addison Burris. BY VIRTUE of awritof seizure and sale to me directed from tho Honorable the Jjidgo of the Fifth Judicial District Court of the Parish and Btato aforesaid, I have poized ami will expose to public sale of tho Court House door, in the city of Ba ton Kongo on Saturday, the 4f Ii ofNoveinber next, A.D., 1885. at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : Â certain tract of LAND or PLANTA TION, situated iu the Parish of East Baton Ronge, at about mno miles from the city of Baton Rouge, containing eight hundred acres, (800,) more or less, with all the buildings and improvements thereon, bounded as follows : On the North by Lively, Kellarand public lands, and South by lands formerly belonging to Henry Uastle, now owned by 8. B. Perkins; East by lauds of Jess© and James Morgan, and on the West by lands of Widow Watson, be'ing the same purchased by Cutrer and ilarriton, ut Sboriff's sale, at the suit oi Maria E. Woodward, wife, vs. N. J. W. Wortham, husband, No. 1148, late Sixth, now Fifth District Court. Seized to pay and satisfy tho writ issued in the above entitled suit, together with interest and costs. Terms of sale cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benetit of appvaisemeut, ED. COUSIN ARD, oct2 (Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge i —Fifth Judicial District Court No. 828—In the matter of the succession of Catherine Rabin, doceased. WHEREAS Gilbert Babin has this day filed with tho Clerk of said Court hi» application to be appointed Ad ministrator of tho abovo succession. Notice is hereby given to all persons in terested to file their reasons fif any they have,) in writing, with the Clerk of said Court, at his office, in the oity of Baton Rouge, within ten «lays from the first pub lication of this notice, why said applica tion should not bo granted. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this the 21th day of Septomber, A. ~ L A. ALLAIN, D., 1865. sept2S Deputy Clerk. 0a(!«, Sugar Cured Joles, BUMP PORK AND WITTER. A SMALL supply of the above-named artfelPK jiwt. Htored and for unie ai moderate price* by juljd JOSHUA BRAL. MESS PORK, Karon, Sugar, Co/Tie, 4V THE leading; articles of Produce and Gro ceries ia use iu families and on plantations «•sn be had at th« »tore of julyl JOSHUA UK AI«. AT NEW ORLEANS PRICES! Of\ D0ZKN WATKK J'A TT, 8, r 10 Dosen WASHBOARDS, 10 Nests KKBLERS, 5 .. PAINTKO TUBS. Vi Boxes HOLLING PINS t Box CLOTHES PINS. Th» above gond» are direct from the manufac tory, and for aal« to dealers at New Orleans prices. fi *P t26 JOSHUA BKAL. GIN BANDS! «1N HANDS ! ! AkAltGK quantity of Fire Hose suitable for Gin Bands, ran l,e hail hv ca'liiig »t th» Hardware Store or Mr. .IAMBS MoVAY, at prices to suit purchasers. They have been tried and proved to be well adapted (or the above use aug3!>. GRASS ROPE, Plow JLines find, it rooms. TO stive time and money, or buy a new Broom, call at the store of joijV JOSUL'A BKA t.. FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. t TASTRKMHKl & MoCORMICK, " respectfully give notice that they have always oa hand a fresh supply of MEDICINES, ETC., Wblrh they guarantee to he pure) also a choice assortment of 33 13. i- TJ JVI £3 JR. "ST , from the most celebrated manufactories, romprls. Ing— LU BIN'S, Madam DURAND'?, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S. A fine assortment of E8BEN0ES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS, —**!>— H V j£ KT KO H o a i» s . Allftlndsof fresli genuine MINKRAL WATBRS, Pure LIQUORS, vi»: Frenob and American RRANDIK9. WHISKY— Bye and Bourbon. PORT WINK, SHHKRY and MADEIRA. Genuine nolland GTN, Pure WJUNAPPS. French Patent Medicines, vli: SIROP DR BRUNT, SIROP DK FLORE, SIROP DBLAMOIIRIKUX, LIQUEUR LA VII, LR. ELIXIR ANTI-HLAIROÜX, INJECTION BRAN, LF.ROT'S MEDICINES, VTN DE SEGUIN, PEROU LORMKH Dît FER DE PRATAU, HPILLH DUC FOIE DE MORUE DIÏ TOUGHS, .. .. (de Hogg.) Will receive by the next «learner a fresh lot of Patent Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDRN SEEDS—just received. COAL OIL and GOAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. 1^* AU order« from ike country carefully put up and %>romply attended to. JASTßlWKI & IWrt 0KMICK, Br# Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Lousiana Slate Bank. inil WAITED. COTTON! COTTON!! COTTON ! ! ! rp X HE UNDERSIGNED I« now prepared to re ceive and ship COTTON, and upon which if con signed to hie correspondents, Gtv«», W att» t Co , of NewOrleaua, he will make lil'sral advances of Merchandise and Cash. Vd advance« wade upon Cotton until after actual MM try. JdMlUA REAL. H. CZARLINSKY HAVING removed from Iteiifle's old stand, re* n pect fUlly inform«) hl« cimtoiowrs and the pub lic generally, thnt h» m«y be found at Prender gast'R old stand, on Main atrcet,opposite »h#> Har ney House, wber*» he keeps always on hand a well assorted stock, consisting of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, HoBicry of all descriptions, READY-MADE CLOTHING H ats , B ooth , S hoes , E tc. Which he will sell at the lowo«t market prices. Call and exam im» b* for«' purchasing elsewhere. augH 8m CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! auuïti-tf F. OTTO, Corner Third and Laurel SI». For Sale. rilUHEE DWELLING HOUSES each X. consisting of«feur Itooma, Kitchen and Servants room. Conditions will b» ||||| found liberal by applying to t,b» under ""*"*™ elgned. , ALSO, a tine two »tory KRAME BUILDING with Kitchen and Servant»' Room«, situated In the l'en ter of the town. Twelve (154) Lots advantageously xituated for trade or residence». Eor particular» apply to G. GUSMAN. Persons Indebted to me either by not« or on account are hereby requested to call at my office, on Lafayette Street, one door from Florida, be fore the fifteenth (10) day of October next, to make arrangements fora Dnal settlement. Any failing to comply with the nbove will he immedi ately prosecuted. septlfi G. GUSMAN. J UST received from New York, and for sale at low prices, a large assortment of FALL AM» IVINTKK I'LOTIIIM. FOR SALE. A COMFORTABLE family residence, situated on Main Street, opposite the Female Orphau Asylum. A bargain ■ jj|i[ m «y be bBd if disposed of Immediately. ' by applying to H. W. JOLLY, augl2-8ai On the premises. s. ,H. Jtoher, T) ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and former It patrons, that he has resumed business at Theodore Goldmann'» Jewelry Store, where will be found a large and general assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Hlioes, Hat«, ami a variety of Notions, suited in the ladies of East and West Baton Rouge. july29-lm BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE PEOPLE'S STORE. D DAVIDSON notifies hi» friends that he has . just received a large and general assort ment of DRY G OODSi SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, And all the Notions nf the age. and to which he respectfully invite« attention, beiore purohafdng elsewhere. The people', friend. Mr 8. M ASIIER, will he found as lively and accommodating as ever, "be hind the coontar.'* D. DAVIDSON, Jaljrtli'-lB Labyett, »treat. CANDIDATES. FOR A TT' y ^OENEKA lT Mr. JUitor— You will pleaao announce Hon. ANDHEW S. I HOI? HON, of East Baton Kongo, hb a candidate for tho office of Attorney (Vouerai of tho State ol Louisi ana. at tha approaching election. angl7-pd MANY FKIEND8. FOR ATT'Y. Mr. Mitor~- Yon aro authorizod to an nounce K. W. KNICK EKBOCKKR. of Baton Kougo, the preaont able and efficient incumbent, as a candidate for ra elcction to the office of District Attorney. FRLENDS AND SUPPORTERS. nng-19-pd. FOR SHERIFF. Mem'». Editort— Please announce H. V. BABIN, Esq., na a candidal« for Sheriff of the Pariah of Enat Baton Rouge at the ap proaching Election. jul)«r,-pd. MANY FRIENDS. Mr. Editor— Please »täte, that at the re quest, of many of hi« friend», ALFRED DUI'LANTIEK, Esq., has connonted to become a uandidalo for tho Sheriffalty of the Parish of East Baton Rouge. angö-pd *** Mr. Editor— You will please announce THOMAS F. IIEUNANDEZ, Esq., aa a candidate for the office of Sheriff of East Baton Rouge, at the forthcoming Novem ber eleotiou. augö-pd. VOX POPUL1. Mettra. F/tiUir» —Pioaso announce the present incumbent, EDWARD t'OUNI NARD, for re election to tho office of Sheriff of Hast Baton Rouge, at the ap proaching November eleotiou. ntiglf>-pd VOX POPULI. FOR OliERK. Mem». Editor»— Please announce iti your paper tho name of joseph n eph i, er the present efficient Clerk, for re-election to tho office of t'lcrk of the Fifth Judicial District, at the approaching November election. MANY FRIENDS. angl5-pd FOR RECORDER. Messrs. Editor«— Please announce JOHN M'GRATH as a candidate for Parish Recorder, at the approaching election, angl-pd. MANY FRIENDS. Editor« of the (Josette and Comet —You are authorized to announce WILLIAM Hütt BS, Esq., as a candidate for tho office of Recorder for the Palish of East Baton Rouge. Ho will be supported bv augl-pd. NUMEROUS FRIENDS. Mew#. Editors— Please announce WIL LIAM M ON (à ET, Esq., as a candidate for Recorder at the approaching Novem ber election. angO pd. MANY VOTERS. Mr. FAihr - Yon are authorized to an nounce S amuel skolfield , sen., a» a candidate for the offlco of Parish Re corder at, the ensuing election. augfi-pil. MANY OLD FRIENDS. FOR ASSkSSOR. Messrs. Editors —Please announce JOHN F. PIKER, Esq., a» a candidiite tor the office of Parish Assessor at the approach ing November Election. NUMEROUS 8 UP PORT EUS. augl-pd. Mr. Editor— Please announce as a candi date for the office of Parish Assessor of East Baton Rouge, Mr. STEPHEN J. YOUNG, end oblige his FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS. atigS, Messrs. Edituts— l'loase announce Mr. CHAJtLEH VERBOIS, as a candidate for the office of Parish Assessor, at the ap proaching November election. auglSi MANY FRIENDS. PROSPECTUS of thk "JYcw OrlcmiH Crescent" The undersigned will resume, on M ondât , th# 2d of October next, at 94 Gamp street, the publi cation of I he "CR KSCIÎNT," suspended by military authority, on the lath ofMay, 1804. Th« Vrwoent will aim to lay before Its readers the latest Intelligence by Teleirriiph and Mail from all parts of the world, and it will give special at* teution to the conmercial Inte-ests of this city, and the agricultural and political interests of Iioulslana anil the adjoining States. In the present unsettled state of affairs, it will useatl Us Intluencein restoring order, tranquility and prosperity to the people, and In upholding their personal and political rights. Its position will he more fally developed iu Its columns, where all public questions affecting the ItnereF.tB of our people will be discussed freely, courteously and conscientiously. As all the materials nd expenses attending the publication of the Crescent are required to be paid foi in cash, and those expenses being fully double what they formerly were. It Is hoped that Its patrons will not object to the rule requiring advance payments for advertisements and sub. Scriptinns. The Crescent will be published, as heretofore— liaily—Sundays excepted—and a Weekly Edition will be issued every Saturday. Tern».«i • rea ajisiw . DAli.Y »16 00 WKKKI.Ï 5 0O ADV BRTI8KMKNTB inserted on the same terms as published by the other city papers. äepti J. O. NIXOÎV. TO PLAN TE I IS! cotton oxisnsriisrcï. THE undersigned respectfully informs all per sons who may require work done in the way of ootton-glnning, that he is prepared to attend to the same with promptness and dispatch. He has an excellent Gin, of the Carver pattern, and he hopes by Ills long experience In ginning and his desire to accommodate, that be will receive a liberal share of patronage. Ills price ot ginning Is TWO CENTS a pound, being k reduction of three cents on last year's rate«. II EM It Y CONNOR, Corner Government and Maximilian 8ts, ang3l-lm Near Clay Gut Ro»d. Plaster of Paris Î Plaster of Paris ÎÎ 5BBLS. PLASTER OF PARIS. Just received, and for aale by .iamk* MCVAY, jttlyl-tf Opposite the La. State Baak NEW FALL GOODS ! —At TH*-~ Dry Goods and Clothing Store, THIRD 8TRÏBT, Nearly Opposite the Bank. J. KUHN having just returned frofci the North, respectfully In vîtes the publie to examina his well selected stock of PRINTS, DELA1NRK, P0PUNB, PLAID», MKHIN0K«, SILKS, 8MBR0IDBRIKS, HANDKBROHICrS. KNAMELMD UU0KLKS, HAIR NITS, H0SIKRV, PLANNILS, BALMORALS, SATINETS AND CA88IMKRX* Also, t he vtsr i,»t»st sort«« of GOATS, PANTS, Y KITH, SHIRTS, NKOKTIB8, GLOVES, HATH, TRAVELING SHIRTS, UNDER OLOTHING, —And— A COMPLOTE ASSORTMENT or TUB HKNT MADE Tî OOT8 AND H H O K K . The arrangements which he has made at the North will enable him to receive New Q-oods Every week, whiob »hall he sold at A SMALL ADVANCE ABOVE COST his motto being, »QüIüK SALES AND LIGHT PROFITS." J. KÜHN, septS Third streit, opposite the Batik. AT BEAL'i, SUNDRIES !—SUNDRIES ! ! I UST received, per steamer Henry Ames, fVom St. Louis : ÎKM) Bags WHITR CORN. 850 Bushels OATS. 56 Bales HAY. 10 Bsri els POTATORS and ONIONS, fi Boxes Assorted CRACKERS. 6 Tubs Table BUTTER. 10 Kegs Leaf LARD. I Tierce do. do, Prom New Orlensie i 25Bag« newly Imported SALT. S Boxes Star CANDLKS. fi Bags Rio COFKEE. 8 Hogsheads Extra Chol«« SDÜAB, 1 Barrel White Crushed do, GROUND FKPPER, BP10B, NUTMEGS, FINE TOBACCO, ENGLISH PICKLES IN MUSTARD. AMERICAN PICKLES, IMPORTED FRENCH MUSTARD, SUGAR-CURED HAMS, To Vhlch I would solicit the attention of those who purchase woere tbey get the best, goods, and the worth of their money. auglB JOSHUA BEAL. MIJNICI MUSIC It (^UBET MUSIC, for Piano at New Orleans price« Accordéon», Elntes, Violin«, Flageolets, ® Fifes and Patent, Fife Tubes, Violin anil Guitar Strings, at PEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE, septti Cor. Third and Convention SU. pu Y YOUR BARREL MEATS -1) at BEA LS.— Present prices : FULL MESS PORK—Henry Aunes A Co., Packers, price $86 00 PHI ME MESS PORK, Cincinnati City Packed 32 00 The above Meats »re full weight and "New Crop." Guaranteed in every particular. septT JOSHUA SEAL. AT BEAL'S. L imb, oats, pork, bacon , &r. 500 bushels OATS, 25 barrels PORK. 25 .. Cape LIME, 2600 lbs. BACON, 25 btils. Large, New Meehanock POTATOES, 15 .. Choice ONIONS, 50 bales HAY, 500 bushels Choice White CORN, 50 bbls, FLOUR, Just stored and for sale at the lowest current market rates. sept2 JOSHUA DEAL, A T BEAL'S 50 Barrels Single Extra FLOUR. 10 .. M ESS PORK. 1 Hogshead Extra 8UOAR. H Gros* P. A M. VEA8T POWDKRfi. Just arrived and for sal« at moderate prices. ^CHOOL BOOKS, PENCILS, m WTATIONKItY, PENS, INKS', SLATES, FANCY Ö00D8, For sale by NOTIONS, Ac. JOSH l'A REAL. MACARIA! By author of llnulah, with a beautiful steel plate engraving of the author«»». MARIAN OREY—By Mrs. Homier. Mrs. Hale's, Mlsi Leslie's, Widdlfleld'i and Francatelli'K COOK BOOKS. A good assortment of BLANK BOOKS, cheap, at JOSHUA BEAL'S, Sign of the "Red Flag," aspt'J Cor. Third and Convention St«. Superior Pastry Flour. Ori BARRELS superb pastry Flonr—will «V suit th* most fasf Idlous— now in store aud for «ale by Julyl JONHUA REAL, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran & Lime. A SUPPLY of tha above-named articles, usually eu hau* afid for «ale by Julyl JOSHt'A MAI/. CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! JU8T RECEIVED AT J.« KOWALSKIS STORE, A FINE ASSORTMENT Of GENTS' SUMMER CLOTHING, MADE OFTHE Latest ao<] Most Improved Fashion. Alio, A LARGE AND FRESH ABB0RTMRNT Of FURNISHING GOODS Together with A WELL ASSORTED STOCK Of Ladies' Men's aud Children's Shoes« Alt of which will he sold «Ith« MOST REASONABLE PRICES. HP" Partie« «riahing t« puTohaM will please call and examine for themMlvea at J. KOWAI.SK I'S, july'Ji Laurel «treet. Corn ! Corn ! I PCA SACKS CORN. Just rooeivecl and v'.J for sale by Julyl.tf It. WAX, Near th« Court House. '2,000 Clear Sides! LBS. CLEAR SIDES. Jo*t received and for «ale by N. WAX, julyl Near the Court House, Oats and Bran* SUPPLIES to meet the demand« of pur chasers. Just received and for sale by ff. WAX« july l-tf Near tbe Court Hou«». Sugar Cured Hams* ») TIEROES SUGAR-OURED HAMS— U Just rrceived nnd for sale by S. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court H on se. Flour! Flour!! KQ BBS. FLOUR. .lust receded and WU for sale by julyl tf N. WAX, Near the Court House. Wall Paper! Wall Paper!! HI ROLLS WALL PAPER, Av^UUV of the tlneit pattern*. On hand and for sale by J ABI ICS McVAY, julyl-tf Opposite the La. State Baak. Butchers* and Counter Scales* Ti I K B E 8 T IN MARKET: B utchers saws and knives. STEELS and CLEAYRR8. J nut rfcmTPd, and for sal# by julyl'i-tf JAMBI MtiVAf* Ov POT-WARE. KNB, POTS and 8K1 LLRTS. ODD LIDS, of all siie«—a flue as sert ment, .lust received, and for sale by julySi If JAMKB IHfaVAY. MAWS AND AXES. I UTTLE'S * ROWLAND'S CRO8S-0ÜT IAWB. WOOD SAWS and SAW BUCKS. COLLINS' AX BS. SUINQLINO and LATHING HATCHKTS. Junt received, and for sale by julj22-tf JAMBS McVAY, Window Shades ! Window Shades f! LARQE and oholoe assortment of julyl-tf various patterns. J A ME* McVAV, Opposite th* La. State Bank. RICE, BJEANS, Potatoes, Dried Apples, 4c. InOR sale in small quantities, by julyl JOSHUA B% a L. Oats and Bran ! FULL supplies of the above articles JuHt received and for sale by J. DCNDAS8, julyl-tf Cor. Main and l*vee St«. CHOICE EXTRA FLOUR. ÂFHW more barrels of the beat In market, just stored and for sale by july27 JOSHUA BKAL. Corn! Corn!! im) SACK8CORN. Just received and JUU for sal» by J, J. OUIVDAMK, julyl-tf Cor. Main and Levee St*. TOBACCO! TOBACCO11 A FINE assortment of CHEWINO and SMOK* 1NG TOBACCO, in store, aad for sale by *>pt2 • JOSHUA BKAL. MORE BUTTER. JUST received another lot of New May Butter retail price only 46 cents. juiy27 JOSHUA BEAT,. Flour ! Fresh Flour! TTv BBLS. FLOUR, Just received ant! I O for sale by J. J. DIIKDANS, julyl-tf Cor. Main and Lavee.Sta. Nil INGLES, FOUR FOOT BOARDS AND PICKETS. THE undersigned begs leave to inform tbeeltl eens of Baton Kouuc, that he Is now prepared to 611 order* for HIHNULE«, PUUK FtHIT BOA II DH AND PICKET». Made of good sound Cypress. KWOrder* left at the office of the Oaiett* A Comet, will meet with immediate attention. a il g 22- Im OCTAVE ARBOUR. Tobacco! Tobacco!! A LARGE lot of tbe best brands of CHE WIN« TOBACCO, «ach *«— MA9KIMACK. MAY APPLE, NATURAL LBAf, Just received and for sale by F. OTTO, augSti-tf Comer Third and Laurel Si*. Salt! Salt!! PLANTERS is want ot Salt c»n mtk* It -a to thtlr later*«rt (# purchase of laijl JOSHVA M At-.