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18 PUBLISHED TBÎ-WEBKLY, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. j. c. charrottm X matchjl a. pike. T. B. R. HATCH, : Editor. BATON ROOUKi THURSDAY, :::::::::::::::::DEO. 21, 1865. 0 «ur Aftnla In New Orl*MM> mniu. G aiidssr * Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents No. 5, Commercial flaw, New Orleans, Br* ths' duly «ut.horir.ed Agents iu that oily for the and Cornel. I mportant O rder .—Our rendors are re ferred to an important order emanating from tfio lieiul of the Froedmon's Bureau in tili« State, regulating contract» between employer« and freedrnen, which wo pub lish to-day. S^TOur friend, 11. .J. H yam *, Esq., J. I'., of Wont Baton Kongo, informed ns yesterday that tho leveo work in bin par iah was now fairly inaugurated, and bids fair to make sure and rapid progress. We hope they may soon havo bettor weather for the work than has prevailed lately. Tbe weather has been perfoctly exocrablo. Plank Road Subscription.— The name of Mr. E. R. Buck with was accidentally omitted in the lint, as published by us of subscriptions to the Plank Road. We regret tho inadver tence, and unsolicited, make the proper amends, by stating that Mr. B ic CK WITH subscribed twenty five dollars. BP* Wo havo never known in thin ci ty, sayH the Louisville Journal, a liberally-advertising individual or firm, that did not succeed in business. Surely that fact speaks loud enough to be heard by all unplugged ears. WÊT Judge Dickson, in tho United Statt» Court, in Ohio stated that a Government detective, while on his way aoross the Ohio River to mako the arrest of counterfeiters, ho him self was carrying a basketful of coun. terfoit money on his ann for distribu tion. Some of the men heretofore called "detectives," are now known as " de tected." They have always been " the •UBpeoted.'' % ————» ♦ • C heap C oal .—At a Government •ale of boats, lumber, brass, iron and coal at Cairo, recently, 430,020 bush, «is öf coal wore said in lots at prices ranging from 23 to 27 cents per bushel. ' Tho history of Mexico shows that during the last forty years Mexi ef has had thirty-seven different forms of government, thirty-two of which were " Republie," and seventy five Presidents ! Its revolutions during that time have amounted to ovor two hundred. Many years since a Mexi can protectorate was urged upon tho United State Senate by (Jen. Houston, upon the ground that the Mexican people otherwiso would fall a prey to ■orne Europoan power. The project was oondemned and abandonded. But, perhaps in view of the past and pre sent, it would have been well. Kgf The Galignanis, widely known for many years past, as proprietors and publishers of the famous (îalig nanis Messenger, has founded an Eng. lish hospital at Paris, and, being com pleted, it has been placed in charge of the English ambassador at Paris. It is under the direction of an Eng lish Sister of Charity, and two Eng lish surgeons, who give gratuitous at tendance. Its locality is on tho new Boulevard de Bineau, and it contains beds for twenty-five patients. Cy Louisiana has elected for ad mission iuto Congress two gentlemen who are closely related to high ©fli cers connected with the Federal Gov ernment, Mr. Randell Hunt, who, having married a daughter of .Judge McLean, of Ohio, is brother-in-law to Chief Justice Chase, and ex-Gov <ernor Wickliffe, who occupies the «am» relation to Judge Advocate General Holt. Mr. Hunt will start in a few days for Washington, and we understand he entertains strong hopes of ultimate admission to his teat in the United States Senate.— N. O. Bee, 1 5 th inst. Not Naturalized .—An Irish man being in church where tho col lectioo apparatus resembled election boxes, on its being handed to him, whispered in the carrier's oar that he was not naturalized, and could not vote! T imely O hdkr .—Wo are glad to seo it stated from Washington, that Gen. G rant has issued an order to commanders of posts where powder is stored, to take precautions for its pre servation. At this poiut, and also as wo learn from our exchanges, at Cairo, New Orleans and other places, tho do. posit of powder is so immense as to excito fearful apprehensions, lest by somo accident or other an explosion of that material might occur which would involve the most terrible and whole sale destruction of lifo and property Wo think it would be right and pro per*for the civil and military author ities to remonstrate with tha Govern ment as early as possible, against tho concentration at any one point or in any one magazine, of such overwhelm ing quantities of tho article, and to earneitly request, that measures bo speedily taken to removo the great and imminent risk incurred from tho fore going cause, by lessening the quanti* ties of power stored to a maximum consistent, with public safety and secur* ity. « —— TELEt »II APll 1C 8 UM M A K Y. Tho N. O. Times of Monday sums up tho telegraphic news which appears In its col umns of that dato , as follows : A convention i» to bo hold at Washing ton on the 21 at ngaiiiHt, negro suffrage. Mr. Davis ha* received itie sacrament at Fortress Monroe. Perujis to unite with Ohili ngniimt Spain. (Jen Howard's report is said to be doluy cd because his statement that tho with drawal of tho military control would en danger the freodmoti. Indiana has ratified tho amendment. Oornmodoro Craven has been censured and restored to duty. Tho pronpect for tho admission of Somborn Kepresentavos has not improved. Cotton closed in New York on Saturday at 50 cents. Captain Bern mes, of tho Alabama, was arrested at Mobile on Friday, arid sent to Washington. The steamer Peerless, from Cincinnati to New Orleans, was burned near Mound City. Hon. Thomns Corwin, was stricken with paralysis on Friday night at a social party of Ohio Congressmen. His condition is dango'ous. Gen. John Eaton has resigned his posi tion in the Freedmen's Bureau, to establish a newspaper at Memphis, Tennessee. liovordy Johnson will mako powerful ar gument against tho tost oath in tho Su premo Court next Fridiy. The Paris Patrie contains an official de nial of tho stoi^ of a rupture between Franco and tho United States. — ■ 4- . — -,— T he P ost O ffice .—Tho long looked for and much desired accom modation has at last arrived. Mr. Farrelly has received his appoint ment, and lias already entered upon his duties as Post-master, in a regu lar business way. He is having his office fitted up in a neat style, and wo feel assured that he will be amply equal to the emergency.— liayou tiara Ledger, 15 th inst. A IJ a in» H it .—A gentleman re cently returned from the South called on the President, and told him that at Richmond there wore in a single school two or three hundred white children as poor and ignorant as any black, to be found in the whole of the South, and urged that they needed the aid of the philanthropic every where. President Johnson replied that he was very glad one Northern man had discovered there were any white people at the South. - - • - A T housand Y ears O lo .—In the year 18.02, Russia celebrated through out tho vast expanse of her empire the completion of the thousandth year of her national existence. It was kept with all the solemnity due to the important event. The Russian empire was founded in 852; in which year the Russians, or Rossians, probably of Scandinavian origin, made their first appearance on the shores of the Bosphorus. T he O rioin <ih W aterfalls.— The New York Observer publishes a letter written more than thirty years ago by Rev. Dr. Judson, on the vanity of heathen women, in which he cites as a proof of their heathen ish customs that the Karen women wore fancifully-constructed bags, in closing the hair, and suspended from the back part of tho head. The origin of "waterfalls" is now ox plained. Isay A Finland newspaper men tions a stone in the northern part of Finland which serves the inhabitants instend of a barometer. This stone, which they call llmokiur, turns black, or blackish ^ray, when it is going to rain, but, on the approach of fine weather it is covered with white spots. Blay*Tmposters are traveling through the country soliciting financial aid for the "frecdmen," which aid an is a gen eral thing, spent, by the solicitors in gambling and other fashionable amuse ments. E j F 3 How to economise in sending telegrams—write epigrams. LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE. S kn at«— Saturday, I)*c. 16.—An act wu passed to punish any person or persons who »hall encourago or excite revolution or revolt ,in tho Stato. Alio, tho House bill to suspend the collection of State tax es in certain case*—20 yea» to 7 nay». An act to create a Homestead wa» mad# the order of tho day for Monday. Various bills were reported by commit tees, and othom presented were referred. liousic—Tho Senate bill to organize the Stato Militia was reported on favorably. The Senate bills regulating labor oon Bfact» woro ooncurred in, ad eeriatim. The resolution thut the Assembly »hould adjourn nine dit on Tuesday was recon siderod. Sknatk— Mm.day, Dec. 18.—Mr. Hough's Homestead Bill was adopted. The bill to amend 680 and 681 of the Code of Praotice was laid on the tuble, and a substitute bill, (No. 28) was, after a lengthy discussion, lost. Tho bill to amend was aftorwards reconsidered and passed. A bill relating to the protection of allu vial lands from ovorflow, was passed. a bill authorizing the Governor to issue State bonds to tho amount of one million dollars for building levees was passed. Hotisit—Kosolutions referring to the in carceration of Jefferson Davis, and invok ing tho clemoncy of the National Executive in his behalf, wore read and referred to a special oommitteo. Mr. Alverson presentod a joint resolu tion instructing the joint committee for the selection of a location for the Stato House, before determining upon a site, to visit Baton Kongo and reportât tho regu lar session tho cost of restoring the State House at that place to its original con dition. The resolution was rejected, yeas 26, nays 44. Tho Senate bill changing the time for tho mooting of the General Assembly to the fourth instead of tho first Mouday In January was concurred in. Mr. Tucker asltod leavo to call up a bill previously introduced to saspond tlio sales of proporty under execution. Mr. Tucker exhorted the House to consider thi» meas uro as indispensably necessary to save a grout number ol the original and mostroa pectablo population of tho State from ruin and penury. Debts contracted before the war wore now being pressed against them, and they were without laeans, except their lands, which would not bring a tenth of what they were worth before the war. On motion of Mr. McEnery, thelbill was made the order of the day for the following day, at 1 o'clock. R evolting Exhibition .—For the last few days largo crowds have been scon assembled in a corner of the court house square, staring with stupid won derment at ono of tho most repulsive exhibitions ever shown to the publio. In a small covered wagon, drawn, by two dogs, sits a maimed soldier, or a man in soldier's attire, a woman and a little girl. The group sitting there stretch out their eager hands on every side, fora time, gathering in the five cent pieces that are thrust upon them on every side. When they have got sufficient tore ward them for exhibiting, the woman deliberately unhooks her dross in front and there the wonder-seekers see coil ed up in her bosom a rattlesnake, about four feet in length. As soon as it is oxposed t,ha reptile shoots out its head, darting it rapidly to and fro, and slowly uneoils itself, as the woman taking it from its warm nest, holds it for inspection, while the man narrates how every third day she suckles it as she would a child. She then slowly rolls up again around her head and re turn it to its former quarters. This exhibition is of itself sufficient ly disgusting, but it is followed by another still more so. The man, re moving his hat from his head, passes his fingers through his hair and draws from its nest among the shaggy locks a spotted toad, black and yellow, whioh he permits to crawl around his neck and ovor his face. Tho man boasts that there is no show in America equal to this extraordinary exhibition. Ho might boast with truth that there is not one to bo seen equally disgust ing.— Chicago Times. Ï3F" Tho vacant judgeship in Maine is going a bogging. Several appli cations have been inado for it though, and the following is a copy of ono of them : "To His exencly Govrier of Maine air seing the Regnason of Judgo Davas i woul solitit the Poyint By ko doin you will Con fer a everlast ing ou your Friend. Your Trewly." OPBeauty and wit will die» learning will vanish, and all the acts of life be forgotten. But virtue and piety will remain forever. They aro the foundations of honor and esteem. DIED: On tho 10th instant, in this town, Mrs. FRANCES BaLLEW , consort of Thos. Hallow, aged .09 years. The deceased was a native of Powhattan county, Virginia, and a sister to tho late James M. Elam, of Baton Kongo, to which place she came in 1881, thence to thi» parish. The many qualities of mind and heart that she possessed, made her a true sister of charily in her dispensations of be nevolence. She leaves a large family and many friends to cherish her memory.— Jiayou Sara Ledger, 16tk. At the family residence In New Orleans, on Sunday, tbe lftb Instant, Min«. HF.NRIKTTK CHOPP1N, widow of the late C. A. CHorns, and for many year» a resident of Baton Rouge. The death of this roO »t estimable lady ha« creat ed a void in her home and wide extended circle of friends, which can never be replaced. We knew her well, and can truly bear testimony to the many ennobling traits and virtues she possessed' which sanctified her character to the wise and humane purposes of life and made clear and re splendent her pathway to a heavenly boom» of rest beyond the grave. Blessed be the memory of the pious, klad and gen Lie M mi, Caorroi, GBANDBALL VOR TBE BWIflT Of The Baton Kouge Brass Band. SATURDAY NIGHT, DEO. 80TH, 1866, —at— PIKE'S HALL. The Members of tbe H a *», beg leave to announce that their FIRST GRAND BALL, «III take plaae ■* above. The proceeds of the Bail are pftrtly to be appro priated to the purchale of Instruments and to defray other expenses. Tbe B aud is compoied of amateur«, who In tend to keep op the same, principally for local amusement and pleasure. deo21 GREAT EXCITEMENT LAUREL. STREET Î A. KOWALSKI, !Affent, 8ELLIN(1 OFF BELOW COST! Now is your last opportunity ! In order te make room for a large Invoice from New York, I am compelled to reduce my selected stock of IDIFtTSr GOODS, CLOTHING, MOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, to A pftloc BELOW THEIR ACTUAL COST VALUE. Christmas Presents for the Old sind Young, or both Seies i BLACK SILKS, SHAWLS, FRENCH CALICOES, FRENCH MERINOS, ENGLISH PRINTS, SOLID COL'D DELAINES, FIG'D DELAINES, »11 w»ol. CLOAKS, Block and Gray. POPLINS, SCOTCH PLAIDS, OPERA FLANNEL8,all colore. KENTUCKY JEANS, BLANKETS, SONTAGB, NUBIAS, LINEN AND COTTON SUEETINGH, -abb HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES Too numerous to mention, together with A LA RGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. *»- ONLY CALL AND LOOK AT THE 8TOOK and satisfy yourselves. 0T In order to accommodate the people of Bat on Rouge and Tlclnlty, and give everybody a chance, 1 will expose the whole stock for sale at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES J FO B TEN DAYS. Oome one, come all, And give me an early call I My Necessity—You r Opportunity] A. KOWALSKI, A oint, dec2I Laurel Btreet. OKO. W. ROBERTS, Baton Rouge, La. L. J. TAN8EY, St. Louis, Mo. TAN SE Y «ft ROBERTS, WAREHOUSE ANI> General Commission merchants amd pbai.srs ik PI.ANTATION SUPPLIES, Moss and Cotton Seed, BATON ROUGE, LA. w E WOULD respectfully call the attention of the publlo to our card, ss above, and solicit from them a share of patronage. We are prepar ed to store aod sell Gottoo and other Produce and Plantation and Family Supplies ; also, farming Implements and Machinery ; likewise'o fill orders for Live Stock and to do a General Commission Buslaese. Our desire is by strict attention to business to merit the confidence of those who may entrust us with their patronage. dcc.212w TA IV S K Y & ROBKRTI. FLOREJVCE HOUSE) L ivatitts S tbikt , B avos R ouos, BETZ & WEBBER, Propri«tor«. TUIS old and well known establishment has undergone thorough repairs and refitted In such a style as to compare favorably with any other House in the State. No pains will be spared by the proprietors to please and gl ve general satisfac tion to their friends and th» public. Their patrons can rely that none but tbe very best brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND a CI«AKS will be kept by them. COI .D LUNCH AT A I.I. HOUR», CHARLES BETZ, dec21-3m FRED. WEBBER. JUST RECEVIED —at this— Sign of the Big Padlock, Third Ht. Briar hooks, TRAGE CHAINS, MEAT CUTTERS, BUTO II ER KNIVES, GUN TUBER, HOES A RAKES, UOB8E BRUSHES, curry combs, ÖÜN WIPERS, SAUSAGE STCFFBRS, HAND AXES, HATCHETS and HAMMERS, doc20 JAMES McVAY. NOTICE TO BAKERS t mHH price of flour being «10 per barrel, Bakers X wni give 19 ounces for a dime, th« ensuing J. «.ELAM, Mayor. week, deol» $60 REWARD. A REWARD of fifty Dollars will be given for ths return of tbe Tax Roll of 1861 to this of fice. Said Roll wss lost or mislaid when the town waa occupied by the United States forces In 1899. J Al. S. ELAM, declV-Qt Mayor. Cloak« for Holiday Presents. JUST RECEIVED per Adams Express, a splen did lot of BLACK CJLOTH CLOAKS, Basques and Sack Pattern*, which will ba clsarad out at NEW YORK PRICES, Alio, a splendid lot of WOOL SHAWLS, at PARKER'S deol V Main Btreet near Third. Peterson's Lady's Magazine —FOB— JANUAKY, 18G6, —at— JOSHUA SEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE, Corner of Third and Convention streets, declt 10t LOOK OUT FOR COLD WEATHER ! H. CZAKLIN8KY, Main Street, bat. Third and Lsfsyettr, (Prendergast's old stand,) AVAILS himself once more of the opportunity to Inform the ladies and geotlemun of Bat on Rouge and Its vicinity, that he Is still better pre pared to furnish them In LADIES' CLOAKS, of the latest styles. HOODS, S IIAWLS.CAPES, NUBIAS, POPLINS, DELAINES, Ao., Ac. Its hss siso ou hand oue of the most complete assortments of GENTS' SUITS, DRESS COATS, OVERCOATS, And a variety of PANTS, which he proposes to sell at very reduced prices. Hs Is constantly reoelvlng Erssh Gonds from the msnufscterles, which enables him to sstlsly one and all, both in taste and price. dacl8 New and Popular Music, AT BHAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE,— WHY DON'T YOU NAME THE DAY—by W. J. Lsndrsm, FIVE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING—Olarlbel. I DREAM OK THE»- B. E. 8. WHY NO ONE TO LOVK, f-Btaphen 0. Koslw. A KKW MOKE DAYS AND WE SHALL PART Mrs. Nesblt. THE TITI'ERING GALOP—by Chss. Young. SUNNY SOUTH POLK A-Gustave Devernoy. ENGAGEMENT WA I.TZES— W. S. llensler. RAIN »HOPS—S.O. Eaton. L'AKRICAINK—Kerd. Beyer. Just received by deol9 tit JOSHUA BKAL. AUCTION SALE Of Mules and Agricultural Implements, WILL be sold on THURSDAY, Dsc. 28th, at Hall's Plantation, 1 mils beloa tbe Cor poration, all the MUI-K8, PLOUGHS, WAGONS, GEARS, CARTS, HOES, AXES, COTTON SCAFFOLDS, SlloVELS, COTTON BASK ETB, SPADES, and a lot of Hoasooed WHITE PINE LUMBER, RAILS, PIUKETS, POSTS. Ac., now on said plsco, Sale to coin-nencn at 12 M. Terms—Oash on the spot. dsc 14 "OUR HOUSE." I HAVE OPENED "OUR HOUSE,'' corner of Main and Lafayatte streets, with a large sup ply of Wines, Liquor«, Ale and Beer. LUNCH always on the side table, at the lewest prices. Mixed Liquors are much better and at a lower price than any houne In town. Call and ssmple. "JOE" late of the Sumptsr Hoes»', presides at the bar. Public opinion tosts our qualilfrs. decl4 tf EDWARD ALLEN, WANTED. A SITUATION by an experienced gnntlemin In the culture of either Cotton or Sugar, who managed a Cotton Plantation last season Terms moderate, and tbe best of references given. For particulars apply at this office. decii-tf. WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER I ROLLS WALL PAPER, of the finest patterns. On hand and for sals by JAMES McVAY, July I - tf Oppssile the La. State Bank. FLOUR! FLOUR!! KA BLH. FLOUR. Just received aod UU for sale by 10,000 Julyl tf R.WAX, Nssr ths Court House. HEAL ESTATE, For Sale and for Rent. rntlE SUBSCRIBERS offer for sals In this aod I the adjoining parishes— EIGHT PLAKTATIOIHg, varying In sise from one hundrsd to tblrtesn hun dred seres. And FOR RtC NT, One Plantation, seven hundred acres open land, Cotton Gin, Sugar House, Dwelling, Cabins, etc. And another, six hundred aerss, supplied with all ths buildings, etc., as above. FOR SALB, Five DWELLING HOUSES In town. decV-tf W. W. MoMAIN * SON. FOR SALE OR REJfT. 4 VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION situs ted five miles from Port Hudson, containing I acres of Land, between 800 and 1000 having been cultivated. On the nlace Isa large and sub stantial Sugar Houss, (with complete machinery) which can easily be converted Into a Gin House. This Plaatatlon will be rented for ths first year at very moderate terms. For particulars, apply to 8. P. GREVES, Attorney at Law, Baton ft»uge; W. F. KERN AN, Attorney at Law, Clinton, La., or to J. J. PERSON A CO., Common Strset, New Orleans. decl2-6ts State of Louisiana—Fifth District Court Parish of East Baton Kouge—Bucceeeion of Evan Hawea—No- 787. WHEREAS Samuel P. Oreevea, Testa mentary Executor of the laet will of Evan Hawee, has this <iay|tiled with the Clerk of said Court, a final accountofhis Administration of the saidauccessisn, pray ing that the same be homologated, aud Lo discharged from his trust. Notice is hereby given to all parties in terested, to file their reasons(ifany they have,) within thirty days Irom the first publication of this notice, why said appli cation should not be granted. Witness my hand and seal of said Court, this the 19th day of December, 1865. L. ALLAIN, d«c2I. Deputy Clerk. WILLIAM BOGEL, WnOLISUB AK» a STAU, OSAI. KR IM DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 3/C EX3IOX3ST ES, PAINTS, OILS & DYE STUFFS, Lafayette Ht., BATON ROUGE, HAS now on hand and 1* constantly receiving direct from tbe European and Northern mar - sets fresh supplies of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS and OILS, STATIONERY, PURE WINES, L ill U O R S, CHESSMEN and BOARDS, POCKET ÖÜTLERV, SCHOOL BOOKS, PLAYING CARPS, FANCY ARTICLES, PKRKUMKRY, H O A P S , BLACK and GREEN TEAS, GUNS, PISTOLS, POWDER. shot , CAPS, FISHING TAOKLK, CARTRIDGES, POWDER FfiASKS, SHOT POUCH BS. GAME BAGS, MEE RSCHAUM and WOOD PIPES, SMOKING au'l CHEWING TOBACCO, VIOLIN und GUITAR STRINGS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, GARDEN SEEDS, CONKEUTIONEKY, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, MUSIC BOXES, mas AIM') SEVERAL FINE-TONED 7 OCT. s* je j*.- :mi m m 9 ROSEWOOD CASK, at i.khb thaw NEW ORLEANS PRICES! P hthioiakh' I ' R shcuh 'TI onh carr/vlly prfjiarfd day or night . novlS FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES -AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. JASTREMSKI & MoCORMICK, respectfully give notice that lliey have* always on hand a fresh supply of MBDIOINES, ETO-, Which they guarantee to bo pure; also a choice assortment of PERFUME Irl Y , from the most celebrated manufactories, compris ing— LU BIN'S, Madam DURAND'», BAZIN and WRIGHT'S. A line assortment of ESSENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS, —ASD— 8 C E N T F, B H O A PS. Allhlnds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS Pure LIQUORS, vis: French aud American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, French Patent Medicines, vi*: SIROP DK Bill A NT, SIROP DE FLORE, SIROP DK LAMOUItl EUX LIQUEUR LA VILLE. ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIROUX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY '3 MEDICINES, VIN DB SEGUIN, PERCH HO/IM ER DE FER DE PRAVAll, IIU1LLK DB FOIK DE MORUE DE TOUGHS, (de Hogg. Will receive hy tbe nest steamer» frmh loto Patent Mcdlclnes, direct, from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received COAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. |gr All order« from, the country mrrfully pit up and prompty attended to. JASTREMSKI & McCORMICK, Store nearly opposite the Branch of tho Louslana State Bank. Jull nil ileaV». JUST RECEIVED! 800 Bags Prime White and Yellow CORN. 60 .. Fresh BRAN. 50 Barrels Now Whs .'it FI, OUR. 6 .. .. BUCKWHEAT. 10 Gallon KegsOélden SYRUP. 2 Barrels New MOI, ASSES. 2 .. COAL OIL. 10 Quarter Boxes New RAISINS. •I llarrel# Large PECANS. 60 Hags Assorted SHOT. 100,000 G. I', and Waterproof OA I'S. POWDER, in Kegs and Kegs, 10 Barrels II"»vy MESS PORK. 1 Gros» P.AM Y K A T V) WI» ICRS. 6 Nests New MARKET BABKiCTH. 1 Barrel Good WHISKY, 50 llsgs SAI.T. 76 Barrels POTATOES and ONIONS. 1 Crat.« CABBAGE. dec7 JOSHUA IIEAL. Powder, Shot and Caps. TUST RECEIVED at. my Drug Store, lielow the J Jail, the following Ammunition, per steamer Julia, from St. Louis : POWDER—in Kegs snd Tin Cans; CAPS—G. D.'s and Waterproof. -Also BUCK SHOT, BIRD, SQUIRREL and TURKEY SHOT, Whioh I wiil sell on resasonabie terms. octl2-tf 3. R. T. IIAYNEH. JIJH'J ST RECEIVED! FLOOR, POTATOES, APPLES, ONIONS, LAQKR BKKR, *<•„*«, at ARCHER & HENDERSON'S decT Great Western Produce Depot. - . MUSIC! MIJSI« !! <^HKF,T MUSIC, f,<r Piano at. New Orleans price«. Accordéon», Flutes, Violins, Flageolets, Fifes and Patent, Fife Tubes, Violin arid Guitar Strings, at BKAL'ä BOOK AND VAIU F.I Y STORE, sept« Cor. Third »nd Convention BW.