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THURSDAY,.:::::::::.-:::::::NOV. 2, 1865. reofjtak M eeting. —There will be a regular monthly meeting of St. Jamc&' Masonic Lodge, No. 47, at their ball, corner of Main and Church street?, nest Saturday evening, November 4th, at the usual hour. See notice of J oseph M c - C obmick , Secretary, elsewhere. Phofkbsional .—We would call atten tion to the Law Oard of our worthy young friend, C. D.Kavrot . All business entrusted to his care will meet with prompt and faithful execution, as all will agree who are acquainted with him, and there are many auch in our city, wiaere be waB born and reared. I » B - High School fob Bots .— The attention of parent« and guardians is called to the advertisement of Mr A uoustcs B. P ayne, who is about to recommence in our city his profession as teacher. Prof. P ayne was well and favorably known to our citizens before the war as Superintendent, of the Public Schools here and as teacher of the higher branches in the Academy. After having participated in the trying and arduous campaigns of the war, ho re turns here with none of this world's goods to boast of, but with a will and de termination to try and "build up" again, lie is welcomed back by numerous frionds to the scene of his former educational labors, who join us in tbe wi*b that he may meet with renewed success aud pros perity. S ah., T înt, A wnino and F lao M anu factory .—The oldest establishment of this description in the South is that of our well known friend, H. Cassidy , of New Orleans, an advertisement of which ap pears in our columns. All orders for work in bis particular line can be safely entrustod to Mr. Cassidy , with full as surance that they will be well and punc tually attended to. « ♦ » fW The ladies will please look over the 1st of music advertised by Mr. J. Beal. They will doubtless find embraced, in that list numerous pieces which they would like to have. M me. Nicholson .— The attention of tbe ladies of this city and vicinity is respect fully called to tho professional card of Madame Nicholson » Her testimonials are of tho highest character. P lantation fob L ease .—Two very de sirable Cotton Plantations are advertised to be leased—application to be made to MrB. J. A. F ldkkb , tho owner, residing in East Feliciana, or to tho agents, Messrs. S tafford <k B goknek , Attornies at Law, in this city. Bee advertisement. tW Thank» to Messrs. Aboheb & Hen derson for continued courtesies. ß^The municipality of Avignon, like that of Lyons, lias, as it seems, been reversing the rules as to the right of the audience in a theatre to hiss. There are to be three debuts, at which no marks of disapprobation will be allowed. The public, having thus hud an opportunity for calm and de liberate consideration, will be invited to express its judgement ; the Regis seur will read over the names of the performers,'and if the audience has formed an unfavorable opinion of any of them it can he intimated by hissing; but nobody is to be hissed at for more than five minutes. NEW ORLEANS MARKETS. financial, T übbday M orning , Oct. 81. Gold —tiuotationa range from 149V<@ ]50>£. Exohanoe —Foreign Exchange, Sterling, 158@154%. Domestic, sight on New York, 2discount. B ank j N otes —Market quiet—quotations unchanged. COIIIIHBRClAIi, T crsdat M orning October 81. Cotton —Market firm, with moderate inquiry for ordinary at 44@47c ; good or diiury, 60(yS51c ; low middling, 58@54 c. ; middling, 55@&6c. ; strict middling, 57 (<3.*>8c. ISuoau and Molasses —Markot dull with small demand. A lot of fully fair to prime Sugar sold for 17%c. $ fi>., and a lot of good La. Molasses brought 75o. gallon. W estern P roduce and P rovisions— The demand for flour and grain is uctive. at advanced prices. ■ Provisions are very scarce, and sales are confined to a retail business. B ale R ope —Round lots bring 15J^c. $ lb. Dealers' rates, 15%@15% per pound. B aquino — India, 28c.; common, in bales, 28c. ; heavy, in bales, 30o. ; in rolls, 28c. per yard. B utter and Cheese .-—Choice BntteT is scarce and in demand , common is plenty and dull. Cheese is in fair 6uppfy and good demand. Northern Butter is selling at 45 to 43., western, 35 to 4oe. Cheese 20 to 22o. par lb. S undries —Potatoes are selling at $2 75 to $3 25, Onions at $2 50 to 2 75, and Ap ples at #4 to $6 per bbl. Chickens at $9 dozen, and Turkeys nt $20. Coffee -With a fair stock and good de mand, the sales embrace 175 sacks Rio in lots at 81 to Sl%c. per lb. for fair to good fair. Pons— 1 The stock is very light. Dealers are supplying the demand at $45 75 per bbl. for mess. Baoon —Is in light supply, but there is only a limited retail demand, wbioh is met at 21c. per lb. lor »boulders. 26c. for rib bed sides, 27% to 2Sc. for clear sides, 34 to 35o. for plain hams, 88 to 45c, for sugar cured haras. W iiisKY—The stock is being considerably reduced. Rectified is retailing at $2 35 to $2 37}$ and $2 40 p»r gallon. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH, Removed from No. 10 Old L«ve«, Cornei of Gravier St. and Bank Place. II. CASSIDY, SAIL M-A-IKIEIR, TENT, AWNING AND Flag Manufactory. 1mp0rtkrs a»0 dealers!» EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AMERICAN AND ENGLISH Light aud Heavy Canvass, FRE NCH AND ENGLISH BUNTINGS, ht. Pays strict attention to making, in a superior manner, ail sorts of Fancy Boat end Yacht Sails ; also every description of Wood and Iron Frame Awniags, for Stores, Galleries, Offices, »Steamboats, etc., at moderate prices. KVKBY DESCRIPTION OF OAJ&LJE* FURNTI' U KE, seen as Portable Camp Cots, Chairs, Stools, Always on hand in any quantity. ALSO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF American, Foreign k Fancy Flags,. Steamboats' if Ships' Burgees, JACK. PBNKAIVTS, ETC. on ban. and made to order. Fall Ropes, Slings, etc., spliced and furniihod at a moment's notice. Blocks of every description strapped. TRUNKS NEATLY COVERED. N. B-—Particular attei tion paid to gettiog np, In superior style and finish, a 1 sorts of Plain or Fancy Embroidered Silk Flags or Banners, for Military or other Companies ; and also to tbe Manufacturing of Circus Tents, having bad much experience in that line. All articles of Canvass will be warranted proof against rot or mildew. nov2-y Stale of Lotusian a— Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 834 Probate—In the matter of the sueceei-ion of George Redden, deceased. BY virtue of acomtniasion to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of tho Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid I will expose to public sale, at the Court House door, in the city of Raton Rouge, on Saturday, the 4 th of December next, A. D , 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described property, to wit: A tract of LAND situated in this parish on Rig Sandy Creek, about twenty-six miles Northeast of the city of Baton Rouge, on the road ieadiug to Liberty, Mississippi, and containing three hundrod and twenty (320) acreB, Tbounded on tho North by lands of heirs of Chaney, East by lands of Louis Kelly, on the South by lands of the estate of Saml. L Morgan, and west by lands of William Kelly. Upon tbe following terms and condi tions, viz : O One third Cash, and the balance payable in equal annual instalments from the day of sale, with eight per cent interest from tho day of sale, and special mortgage im porting confession of judgment reserved upon the property, until full and final payment. ED. COU8INARD, nor2. Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge-Fifth Judicial District Court— No 760% Probate—In the matter of the succession of Lucy Morgan, deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Filth Judicial District Court of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will exDose to public sale, at. the residence on which the deceased last resided, situated on Big Sandy Creek, at about 27 miles from the city of Baton Rougo, on Tuesday, the 5th of December next, A. D., 18B5, at 12 o'clock, M. of said day, the following described property, to wit: A tract of LAND containing one hun dred and sixty (160) acres, with nil the buildings and improvements thereon, and bounded on the North by Mrs. Racbael Morgan, on the East by lands belonging to the succession, South by Alexander Court ney, and West by John V. Morgan, also ONE D.\ liK SORREL MARE, FOUR OXEN, ONE WORK BULL. THIRTY HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE. NINE SHEEP, TEN STOCK HOGS, FIVE CHAIRS, TWO BASKETS, THREE PINE TABLES, & ONE SIDE BOARD, ONE CLOCK, ONE HAT-RACK, THREE TKUNKS and contents, ONE GRIND STONE, ONE SPINNING WHEEL ONE STONE J AR, ONE POT, TWO BARRELS. Upon the following terms and con ditions, viz : The moveable property payable one half cash, and tho other half twelve months aftor day ot sale, with approved security ; ttle land to be sold on one and two years' credit from day of sale, purchaser to fur nish notes with approved security, and mortgage retained on the property until full and final payment. ED. COUSINARD, nov2 SHERIFF. State of Louisiana-Fifth District Court Parish of East Baton Rouge—Succession of Guillaume Dupuy—No. 844. W H EKE A S Dr. Bertrand Duchein of said Parish, has this day filed with the Clerk of said Court an app'ication to be appointed administrator of the succes sion of Guillaume Dupuy. Notice is hereby given to all parties in terested to file their reasons (if any they have,) in writing with tho Clerk of said Court, at his office, in the City of Baton Köllme, within ten »iavn trom tho first pub lication of this notice why said application should not be granted. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 81st day of October. A.D. 1865. L. ALLAIN, nov 2-3ts. Deputy Clerk. ONIONS AND POTATOES. FRESH arrivals of the above , twice per week at the store oi *u;12 JOSHUA BEAU mm mmmm Harney Mouse, CORNER OF LAFAYETTE AND MAIN STREETS, BATON ROUGE, LA. THIS HOTEL *ui I« opened by the underfcleoed on Wednesday, November 1st, when It will be in perfect order for tbe accommodation of Its old patrons. Ladies and gentlemea calllngon us may feel assured of every comfbrt and attention at onr commun!. A BEER ROOM Has been filtered up in good taste and attached to the Bar, where the best of Liquors will be serv ed and tlie best attention extended to customers. O. B. RIMM0KS, C E. OVEttUOt'KER oct81-iw Proprietors. VICTOR'S RE ST ATIK .A, jSTT. y^ADIEH AND GENTLEMEN «re re pectfu'lv informed that the aboTe well kfown resort, with its LADIES' SALOON, will be kept open ALL NIQIIT for the accommo dation of parties visiting the firemen's Ball, on the night of the 4th November. Oysters—in any style—Red Fi6h, Red Snappers, Croakers, Sheephead, Game, Ac., will be served xtp to order. All kinds of Wines will be furnished at very moderate prices. Families or other parties desiring to secure pri vate Saloons are requested to make application beforehand a t the Restaurant. oct'2G-tf Buhler Female Seminary. ßEV. DR. DOREMUS, a Professional Educator 'or the last 22 years in Mississippi and Louisiana, has opened a Seminary for young Ladies in Baton Rouge, with superior accommo dation for comfort aud privacy. With the assis tance of Experienced Teachers, he offers a COMPLETE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. He also offers cheerful domestic arrangements and assurances of faithful guardianshin and polite culture. T eums— $Î20 until July 1st—$200 in advance. Music $8 per month do. Modern Languages $5 per month do. Pupils fumisti their own Toilette Articles Nap kins, Bed Linen, Coverings, Ac, octüG LOST. A NOTE of hand drawn by James Wall, to the order of William Murphy, for the sum of One Hundred and Six Dollars and Twenty-Are Cents (Ç10« 25), dated March 6th, 18«2, bearing six per cent, interest, and payable one year after date. Persons are cautioned against trading for said Note, as payment of tbe same will be stopped. oct24-3t WM. MURPHY. J^ATER! LATEST!! 75 Bags Choice Heavy Oats, BOO .. White and Yellow Corn, 60 Barrels New Wheat Flcur, 40 .. Apples, 1000 Po mds Extra Clear Bacon Bides, 2 Tierces Sugar-Cured Hams, As also, Coal Oil, Powder, Shot and Caps, Soda, Water and Cream Crackers, Ginger Snaps and Boston Biscuit, JOSHUA BEAL. oct28 FOR SALE OR RENT. for terms to [oct24-lw] JULIUS C. BOGEL. J. W. Blackmail's COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Corner Canal nndCarondeletSts., tjmSCE OS CABONDELET. /"VPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR, dav and evening Vy Penmanship, Book keeping, Commercial Cal culations, and the Modern Languages practically taught by experienced professors. An apartment also for ladies Private instruction to those whö desire it. The proprietor has had fourteen years experience in teaching in New Orleans, being for ten years Professor of Book keeping in Dolbear Commercial College. J. W. BLACKMAN, Principal. G.GESSNER, i „ , M MARINO ( " r0 ' öSS0r8 of I anguages. By" Circulars to be had at the Gaxetbt and Comet offico. ocun lm JUST liECEIVED. pitOM St. LOUIS per steamer Missouri: 100 Barrels Extra FLOUR, 50 Sacks OA! B, 50 " CO KM, .'■0 " Bit AN, ilnle« HAY, For sale low, st aug29 V. OTTO'8. GAROENER WANTED. A GOOD GARDENER canting employment by app'ylng a! this office. sept30-tf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I ALL PERSONS hnvin.; claims against the suc cession of Edward Cileman, defeated, are requested to present them to my Attorney, .time« O. Fuqua, Esq. ELIZA A. COLEMAN, octlT Administratrix. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! ALL PERSONS having claims against the suc cession of Dr. C. H . Dortch, deceased, are requested to pment thein to my Attorney, James O. Fuqua, Esq. N. B. BKRMÎNGUAM, octl7 Administrator. frodey's Lady's Hook, — for— NOVEMBER, 1805, —at— BEAL'S BOOK & VARIETY STORE, Corner Third and Convention Sts., oct24-6t Raton Rocib, La. ZEPHYR WORSTED. A LARGE assortment of the various colors.— Pins, Needles, Thread, LadieR' Silk Gloves, Knitting, Cotton. French Working Cotton, Legal and Fools Cap Letter and Note Papers of superior quality. Just received at BEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE, Sign of the ' Red Flag," Corner Third and Conventi on Sts., oct24-2w B atos RotroE, L a A. BAUMSTARK, CABINET-MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, Corner of Church Laurel streets, BATON ROUGE, LA. GREAT VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. a füll stock ok TRIMMINGS ANb METALLIC CASES I have al°o made all necessary arrangements to keep constantly on hand a general assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WILLOW WARE, Ac., Ac., Ac. SarO llBESä PROariiT AUKS DUt 10. 0Ct2 f t fj FKESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES -and MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. JASTREMSKI & McCORMICK, n respectf ully give notice that they have Tjr always oa band a fresh supply of JX> MEDICINES, ETC., Whi ch they guarantee to be pore ; also a choice assortment of PERFUMERY, from'the most celebrated manufactories, compris ing— LOBIN'S, Madam DURAND«, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S. A fine assortment of essences for handkerchiefs, —Alp— SCESTED soaps. Allltlnds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS, Pure LIQUORS, vli : French and American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA. Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, French Patent Medicines, vi»: SIROP DE BRI A NT, SIROP DE FLOR®, SIROP DE LAMOURIEUX, LIQUEUR LAVILLK. ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIROUX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEGUIN, PERCHLOKMER DE FER DE PRAVAR, HU1LLK DE FOIE DE MORUE DE TOUGHS, .. „. .. ..(de Hogg.) Will receive by the next Bteamer a fresh lot of Patent Medicines, direct from manubctureffc WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received. COAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on band. LEECHES always on hand. Î3ST" AU ordern from the country oareftitty put up and promply attended to. JASTRËMSKI & McCORMICK. \Sff~ Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Lousiana State Bank. jull WANTED. COTTON ! COTTON ! ! COTTON ! ! ! T he UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to re ceive and ship COTTON, and upon which if con signed to his correspondents. Gives, Watts A Co., of New Orleans, he will make liberal advances of Merchandise and Cash. No advances made upon Cotton writil after actual dMvery. J06HUA B BAL. JSfEW MUSIC ! Why can we not be Brothers, or we have been Re Ws—By Clarence J. Prentice. Softly Now, the Stars are Shining—By Miss Sue Hubbard. When the Battle is Over—By E. O. Eaton. It is the Chime—By Beuj. S. Hart. Natilie the Maid ot the Mill—by W. C. Peters. La Fontaine aux Perles —Polka Brilllante—By E. K. Cole. Selma Polka Mazurka—By 3. Schrenk. Just received and for sale at BEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE, oct2 Corner Third and Convention Sts. CLEAR SIDES!* 9 flAO LBS - CLEAR SIDES. Just ô }V 'received and for sale by N. W.VX, juiyl Near the Court House, OATS AND BRAN ! SUPPLIES to meet the demands of pur chasers. Just, received and for sale bv sr. wax, julyl-ftf^ Near the Court House. stJGAR-CURED HAMS. 2 TIEROES SUGAR-CORED HAMS - Just rrceived und for sale by N. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court House. FLOUR! FLOUR!! .< A BLS. FLOUR. Just received and O \J for sale by julyl tf S. WAX. Near the Court House. JUST RECEIVED! 1 C A BAGS Sound Yellow CORN, 1JU 25 Bags Black OATS. 100Ü Pounds Clear BACON SIDES, 1 Tierce Sugar-Cured HAMS, 5 Boxes STONE PIPE HEADS. octH JO SHUA BEAL . SALT! SALT!! PLANTERS in want of Salt can make it to their interest to purchase of julyl joshua BEAL. Powder, Shot and Caps. JUST RECEIVED at my Drug Store, below the Jaii, the following Ammunition, per steamer J uiia, from St. Louis : POWDER—in Kegs and Tin Cans; CAPS—G. D.'o and Waterproof. -Also 15UCK SHOT, BIRD, SQUIRREL end TURKEY SHOT, Which I will Bell on resaaonable terms. octl2-tf J. R. T. HAYNE8. Powder, Shot and Caps. AMMUNITION of various qualities, just re ceived from St. Louis, and for sale by the undersigned, consisting of RIFLE POWDER in Kegs and Cans. SHOT of various numbers. OAPS—G. D.'s and Waterproof. P. OTTO, octl2-tf Corner of Third and Laurel Sts. TOBACCO! TOBACCO!! A FINE assortment of CHEWING and SMOK* ING TOBACCO, in store, and for sale by sept2 JOSHUA BEAL. FLOUR, FRESH FLOUR! TK BBLS. FLOUR. Just received and 0 for sale by J. J. IIINDASS, julyl-tf Cor. Main &n<i Levee 8ts. SHINGLES, FOUR FOOT BOARDS AND PICKETS. »THE undersigned begs leave to inform the citl 1 zeng of Baton Rouge, that he Is now prepared to fl'l orders for SHINGLES, FOUR FOOT BOARDS as» pïckkt8. Made of good sound Cypress. «»-Orders left *t the office of the Oaeette * Comet, will meet with immediate attention. aug'22-lm OCTAVE ARBOUR. GIN BANDS! GIN BANDS!! Â LARGE quantity of Fire Hose suitable for Gin Bunds, can be had by ca ling at the Hardware Store of Mr. JAM ES McV AY, at prices to suit purchasers. They have been tried and proved to be well adapted ior the above use. aug29. LIME! LIME!! A CHOICE selection of Richards' Celebrated Cap» Lira», in store and for sale by »♦Pti6 JOSHUA BEAL. NEW FALL GOODS ! ~ —at thb— Dry Goods and Clothing Store, Ï7J1 THIRD STREET, Nearly Opposite the Bank, J. KUHN having just returned from the North, respectfully invite« the public to examine hit well selected stock of PRINTS, DELAINES, POPLINS, PLAIDS, MERINOES, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES, HANDKERCHIEFS. ENAMELED BU0KLES, HAIR NETS, HOSIERY. FLANNELS, BALMORALS, SATINETS AND CAS8IMKRBS. Also, the ver t la tobt styles of COATS, PANTS, VESTE, SHIRTS, NECKTIES. GLOVES, HATS, TRAVELING SHIRTS, UNDER CLOTHING, —And— A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF TH* BKSTMtDE BOOTS AND SHOES. The arrangements which be has made at the North will enable him to receive JST&yov Goods Every week, which shall be sold at A SMALL ADVANCE ABOVE COST his motto being, "quii;k sales and light profits." J. KUIIN, septS Third street, opposite the B b , ,k. AT BEAL'S. SUNDRIES /—SUNDRIES ! ! JUST received, per steamer Henry Ames, (Vom St. Louis : 300 Bags WHITE CORN. 360 Bushels OATS. 55 Bales HAY. 15 Barrels POTATOES and ONIONS. C Boxes Assorted CRACKERS. » Tubs Table BUTTER. lb Kegs Leaf LARD. 1 Tierce do. do. ^ From Sew Orleans t 25 Bags newly imported SALT. fl Boxes Star CANDLES. 5 Bags Rio COFFEE. 2 Hogsheads Extra Choice SUGAR. I Barrel White Crushed do. GROUND PEPPER, SPICE, NUTMEGS, fine tobacco, ENGLISH PICKLES IN MUSTARD, AMERICAN PICKLES, IMPORTED FRENCH MUSTARD, SUGAR-CURED HAM8, To which I would solicit the attention of those who purchase where they get the best goods, aud the worth of their money. .* tauglS JOSHUA BEAL. gUNDRIES ! SUNDRIES ! ! FLOUR, BACON. SHOULDERS, B. 0. HAMS, MESS i'ORK, SALT, CHOICE SUGAR, CHEESE. TEA, COFFEE, BLACK PEPPER, COOKING SODA, YEA8T POWDERS, OAN FRUITS, PRESEBVKS, SARDINES, ROPE, INDIA BAGGING, LIME, CEMENT, NAILS, SPIKES, STARCH, SOAP, MACKEREL, in % and X bbls. and kits. Tobacc o, Cigars, die. B'or sale by JULIUS C. BOttEL, julylS Cor. Main and Lafayette Sts. '] A W0 H0ESE WAGONS, FOUR HORSE WAGONS, JERSEY WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, CARTS. For sal6 cheap, for cash, by JULIUS C. BOGEL. NEW WOODS! NEW («001)8 ! ! JUST RECEIVED AT KOWALSKI'« STORE.! A HANDSOME LOT OF PRINTED LINEN LAWNS. A FEW PIECES OF 8-4 WIDE BLACK BAREGE FOR SHAWLS. a few pieces of 10-4 HEAVY LàNEN FOR SHEETING. also, PILLOW CASE LIMEX, 40 INCHES WIDE. Together with a beautiful assortment of WHITE GOODS, Which will be sold to suit the times. J. KOWALSKI, julyll Laurel Street. G. D. WADRILL & CO. HAVING purchased the DRUG STOREs n on Main St., Baton Rouge, known as P#* "HAYNES' DRUG STORE." respectfully in form their city and country MJSb friends that they are prepared to furnish, and will keep constantly on hand,supplier of FRE8H AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all other article» in their line. A share of ! the public patronage I» respectfully «olicted. 1 OctS-tf S. jr. Jlsher, RESPECTFULLY inform» bis friend» and former patrons, that be ha» reenmed badness at Theodore Goldmann'» Jewelry Store, where will be found a large and gebérâl assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goeds, Shoes, Hats, and a variety of Notions, suited to the ladies of East and Weat Baton Rouge. juiy2#-lm BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE PEOPLE'S STORE. D DAVIDSON notifies his friends that he haa . just received a large and general aamrt* ment of DIEIT GOODS shoes, boots, hats, And all the Notions of the age. and to which he respectfully invites attention, before purchasing elsewhere. The people's friend, Mr S. M. A8HER, will be found its lively and accommodating as ever, "be hind the counter. D. DAVIDSON, ,july29-lm Lafayette street. H. CZARLXNSKir HAVING removed from Heude's old stand, re spectfully informs his customers and tbe pub lic generally, that he may be found at Prender gast'« old stand, on Main street,opposite the Har ney House, where he keeps alway» on hand a well assorted stock, consisting of FANCY AND STAPLE ID n Y GOQDS, Hosiery of all descriptions, READY-MADE CLOTHING H ats , B oots , S hoes , E tc. Which he will sell at the lowest market price|. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. aag8-3m CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! JOST RRCKIVKD AT J. KOWALSKI'« STORE, A FINK ASSORTMENT 0» CENTS' SUMMER CLOTHING, MADE OF THIS Latest aöd Most Improved Fashion. Also, A LARGE AND FRESH ASSORTMENT OF / FURNISHING GOODS Together with A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF Ladies' Men's aud Children's Shoes, All of which will be sold at tbe MOST REASONABLE PRICES. Partie» wishing to purchase will please call and examine for themselves at J. KOWALSKI'», July23 Laurel street. REGULAR VICKSBURQ PACKET Leave» Neu> Orleans every Saturday, at 6 P. il. FOR VICKSBl/RG, GRAND GULF, Roilney, Natchex, Fort Adams, Hog Point, Morgania. Bsyou 8ara,i Baton Rouge, Plaquemine, Doualdsonvllle, and all Intermediate Coast Landings, the New and swift-running side-wheel steamer XTJLSXXXOlKr» P.D. PRATT, Comd'r; CIIA8. GRATER, Clerk. "0ST For freight or passage apply on board or to A. BRITTON, No. 7 Fro.it street. JNO. L. TITOS A CO., Cor. BlenTllle 4 Old Levee. WOODRUFF, BUTLER A CO., Nos. 17 and 19 New Levee. WM. HEShERSON, june3 Agent, Third street, Baton Rouge. JLivery Stable, MIKE CURRAN, (at holt's ou> stand,) THIRD STREET, BETWEEN LAUREL A MAIN, sept21-lm Baton Rouge, Let. COAL! COAL! ! COAL!!! AT ß EDUCED PKICES1 First (iunllty Pittsburg Coal, $1 50 bbl. JAMES A. PAYNE, CORNKR OF MAIN AND FRONT STREETS, BATON ROUGE, LA. WOULD respectfully inform his friend* and tbe public generally, that he bas a large quantity of Superior Coal, to which he invites the attention of consumer«. JAMES A. PAYNE, Warehouse, cor. Main and Front SU. STKAMBOATS supplied at short notice. octlO WOOD FOR SALE. W OOD DELIVERED TO ORDER IN i ANY QUANTITY DESIRED. Apply to W. W. McMAIN & SON, s.U '19- tf Offlce at the Central House, To Builder* PROPERTY HOLDERS. TO facilitate all who may contemplate building or repairlag their property, I am prepared to receive and «11 any ardors for such building mate rials as are not usually kept on hand here for sale, such as SLATES. TILES, DRhBSKD FLOOR ING, CEILING, Etc., and at a very small per cent age above cost. And will keep on hand, LUMBER, BRICK, LIME. SHINGLES, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, PLASTERING LATHS and HAIR, with •uch other materials as may be called ior in con nection therewith. I will also attend to making out Bills of Lumber and other materials, and will personally superin tend tbe erection of any buildings, or the con struction jf any work in corneetion with tba Building Department, on reasonable terms. augïti JAMES McVAY, Builder. CORN t CORN ! ! KA SACKS CORN. Just received and UU for sale by N. WAX. julyl-tf Near tbe Court House. AT NEW ORLEANS PRICES t dozf.n water pajls, lu Dozen WASHBOARDS, 10 Nests KEKLERS, 5 .. PAINTED TUBS, I 1 Boxes ROLLING PINS, 1 Box CLOTHES PINS, The above goods are direct from the inaoufac I tory, and for sale to dealer»at New Orleans price», ! sept'^ JOSHUA SISAL.