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SATURDAY,:::::::;:::::::::DEC. 23, 18C5.
Our Agents In New Orleano.
M essrs . OaRDSga A Co, Newspaper Advertising
Agents, No. 6, Commercial Pince, New Orleat'«,
are tue (Inly snthnriïed Agents In that city for
the Gamette and Comet
Christmas.— We t<»ke it for grant
ed everybody kuowe that "Christ
mas comes but once a year," and
that on Monday next is the appoint
ed time for that "once" to make its
appearance, for the present year
now waning to its close.
Our office hands are all antici
pating their usual pleasures on the
Occasion, and to enable thçm to "get
ahead" of their work in order that
they may indulge in those pleasures,
we have had to "hurry up the cakes"
in the way of preparing copy for
We trust that our friends, readers,
the public generally, may realize ev
ery joyous blessing attendant on a
" merry Christmas, " and that peace,
good will, quiet and good order may
be studiously observed by all, as
well as staictly enjoined by the co.
operative military and civil author,
itiea both here and elsewhere' in ev
ery instance, where a deviation from
the correct line of duty iu these par
ticulars may appear.
LOUISIANA LEUISLATUlt E.
S enats —Tuesday, Dec. 19 th —31 Senators
M h from the House reporting con
currence in Somite b lls, and other» asking
for concurrence in Home bills.
The bill authorizing the Governor to
issue bonds tor the ainou.it of one million
dollars to defray the expenses ot building
the levees in accordance with the contracts
ma le by hlin a i l the Levee 'Jommission
ers, was taken up and finally adopted.
The Committee on Public Education ro
ported against the advisaoility of report
jug a plan of organization ot the public
schools, during the present session ot the
Legislature, lieport adopted.
Tho bill providing lor the compensation
of the clerical bu-iinos of the General As
sembly, was read section by section, and,
•fter certain amendments was adopted.
The bill relative to granting respites to
debtors, under certain provision-», passed
its second reading, and was ordered to a
third reading on the day following.
Wednendny Dec. 20tk.— Mr. liruale, the
newly elected Senator from Iberville ap
peared and was sworn in.
A resolution was adopted to refer the
bill for the relief of the Baton Kouge,
Grosse Tete and Gpelousaa Kailroad to the
The Homestead Bill iromthe House was
adopted after undergoing an amendment
inserting #2,000 instead of $1 000 ; and
was returned for the concurrence of the
The House bill fixing; the adjournment
of the Legislature for Friday, the 22nd
iust., was adopted.
Mr. Kanner, from tho committee ap
pointed to select Irom the calendar bills of
general interest for the consideration of
the General Assembly, reported tho fol
lowing Senate bills :
Mr. Palfrey's act suspending the sale of
Mr. Palfrey's act authorizing the Gover
nor to issue $1,000,000 of State bonds to
defray the expense of building leveea.
Mr. Ba-row'» militia bill.
Mr. Taylor's act relative to the peniten
Mr. Taylors's bill for the relief of E. L.
Mr. Monday's bill punishing revolt and
Mr. Taylor's bill for the relief of the
Baton Kouge and Opolou^as Kailroad.
Mr. Gordon pie*euted a report from the
special committee appointed to select a
Bite lor the State House,lequexting author
ity to sit during the interim of adjourn
ment without per diem. Adopted.
The bill making appropriations to cer
tain charitable associations was adopted.
The bill relutive to respite was taken up
for its third reading, b:it a motion to ai
jurn prevented any definite action upon it.
H ocsb— Wedi.teiiay, Dec. 10th. —&■ reso
lution to leuse Mechanic's Institute for tho
Use of the Legislaiure, was adopted.
The bill to pay Mr. E L. Jewell, of the
Star for printing for tho Assembly was
A bill to facilitate the recovery of horses,
moles, etc., strayed or stolen within the
pant two years, was referred to tho Judi
The House iu Committee of the Whole
resumed tho consideration of the bill to
estublish an Internal Improvement Dis
trict, to provide lor the election of Com
missioners and other officers tberetor, and
to authorize the levying and collection of
taxes for internal improvements.
Very lengthy debates ensued on the
various «actions and feature» of the bill,
when an adjournment was moved to halt
past six o'clock i.i the evening, which mo
tion prevailed. At tho evening session
the bill was again taken up and lengthily
discussed, alter which it was foiled that
there was not a quorum of the members
present, arid the lioueo adjourned till 11
o'clock, the next day.
S ilence F ustf.ks E s kkg y.- — He
knows not how i<> speak who cannot
be a;l<*nt ; still l'-ss how to act with
vigur and decision. Who hastens to
Lua end is silent; loudness is impo
word to the girls—marriage
is like money—seem to waut it and
you never get it.
Insanity in tbe Abstract and in tbe
History abounds in many pointed
illustrations and examples which
might go to show that nations as
well as individuals have their peri
ods of madness and derangement,
followed by lucid interregnums of
the "sober second thought," wheu
reason reassumes its sway, and
turns with horror and disgust from
its consciousness of weakness ai.d
self-abiisement, and from the com
mou wreck of ruin which in an evil
hour it was the means of involving
all within its reach. "From Mace
donia's madman to the Swede,''
and down to the present day, the
calendar of individual and national
aberrations is replete to overflow
ing with instances which mark the
vacillating and alternating phases
of human reason and passion, unfit
ting men at times for self-control or
for the ordinary business and do
mestic avocations of liie, metamor"
phosing the statesman into the
dawdling politician, impotent for
good yet powerful for evil, and
transforming the soldier into tbe
ûeiid or petty tyrant.
By these fitful gusts which assail
the throne of reason arid the abodes
of intellect and the soûl, the social
and moral fabric is overturned, and
nations, like individuals and commu
nities, are swept sooner or later in
to a vortex of ruin, from which to
be extricated, if extricated at all (
only with shattered powers, and na
tures steeped in demoralization, de
gradation and crime. Ilappy the in
dividual or people, who can cope
succeBssully with the wild tempests
of passion, bigotry and prejudice,
or who having suffered from theii
shocks, can by moral force rise su
perior to their evil effects.
A case in point, by way of ill uk
trating some of the positions as
sumed in the above remarks, occurs
to us here. It is related by the New
York Express , that during the de
bates iu the recent General Gouven"
tiori of the Episcopal Church, lately
held in Philadelphia, one of the del
egates, Mr. Wm. Welsh, very ably
and earm-stly advocated a concilia
tory course of action towards
Churchmen in the Southern States,
and took occasion several times to
say "we have all beeu crazy for the
last three or four years, and I have
been as crazy as any one else "
Mr. Welsh is one of the most emi
nent merchants in this country, dis
tinguished for his intelligence and
for the good he does with his great
wealth, and has been very loyal in
support of tbe Government—but he
he now evidently sees that a major
ity of the people of this cou utry
have been laboring under monoma
nia for some years past, aud, like a
truly good man, as he is, has the
courage and frankness fairly to own
it. It has been the opinion of many
reflecting men, that most of the
original Abolitionists were insane;
that some of them were so, can
hardly be doubted. Many cousid.
ered the conduct of the majority of
the nation as proof of insanity, aud
yet were staggered at admitting
the belief of a nation being insane
It is a remarkable fact that so great,
a man as Joseph Butler, Bishop of
Durham, and author of the Analogy,
entertained the expressed opin*
opinion that whole communities
might be seized with fits of insanity, '
as well as individuals, and added
that on no other principle could
certain transactions, recorded in
history, be accounted for.
An Ancient Relic.— There is in
the Patent office at Washington a
slab of marble, said to be part of the
monument erected by Miltiad s in
memory of the battle of Marathon.
To Prevent Guns Rusting.—
For the benefit of such of your read
ers as pride themselves on the con
dition in which they bring their guns
into the field, I offer the following
recipe, given me by a sportsman of
~ ; no little experience, and which I
Table Dishes.— What dish may tried on his recommendation and
you conclude to have been stolen, no found to be perfectly satisfactory. It
matter on whose table you meet it Ï is as follows : 20 oz. finest olive oil,
Poached eggs. li oz. spirits of turpentine. This is
Which is the silliest you can put to be rubbed on the gun barrels with
on a table 1 Gooseberry fool. a rag, and also inside, leaving them
Which is the merriest J Caper with the oil on, and not rubbed off
sauce. unt il wanted to be used. This, during
W T hich ia the quickest ? Hasty any damp weather, I am sure will
pudding. keep guns in first rate condition.
Which ia the coolest ? Ice cream. A. W. B. in London Field,
MEW ORLEANS MARKETS.
T uesday E vknko, December 21.
Got».—Market dull. Dealern pay from
[email protected] for *mall »mounts, and hold
round lots at 144j^(gl45 and 146.
S tchlin «. —No improvement in Foreign
Fxehange, Sterling is qaoted at [email protected]
lö7% for bills of lading bill, and 1
158^ for Al first class clear ; bank rate»
are [email protected] Domestic Exchange is
unsteady and lower, and no uniformity in
the bank rates. Checks on Ntw Yorkers
selling at^£ premium down to par,in some
instancos, and in others, as low as
Banks .—Banks stook share sold yester
day as follows ,-25 shares Canal Bank, at
$67.60: 18 shares Bank of America, at
$126 ; 45 shares Citizen's Bank, at $127,50 ;
25 shares Gas Lig.it, at $176. City Kail
road »hares was offered at 199.
The following are the quotations for un
current bank uotes : Bank of Louisiana at
[email protected], and [email protected]£c. $ dollar ; Mer
chants' Banks at [email protected], and [email protected]£e. ;
Louisiana State Bank at [email protected], and [email protected]
73c. ; Bank of Now Orleans at [email protected], and
[email protected] ; Crescent City Bank at [email protected]„
and [email protected], and Union Bank at [email protected],
and [email protected] The inside range of the
above fiK ur ^srepresents the rates paid by
dealers for the small sums offered at their
counters, and the outside figures the mark
et for round amounts.
T bdrsdat M orniko , December 21.
C otton —The movements in Cotton yes
terday were very limited, the sales being
confined to 1000 bales to a few brokers,
and at irregular, and, in most cases, easier
prices. Low middling sold at 46c., and
strict low middling, good staple, at 48c.,
indicating in both cases a reduction in the
prices paid on the day previous, of about
1c. $ lb. The market is too unsettled for
S voab and M olasses — du gar is dull.
There is more movement in MolasseB
though at still easier prices. Goed com
mon sugur is selling at good com
mon to fair, 13JS£c.; good fair, 14)^o.; and
prime, [email protected]>£c. D>. Molasses, inferior,
t)[email protected]: no"d, [email protected]; prime, [email protected];
choice, [email protected]; very choice, $1 $ gallon.
W estkbn P hodboh —The general market
is dull, partly from inclement weather,
and partly from the disposition shown by
buyers to hold aloof for further develop
ments. Flour continues dull and droop
ing, with a liberal stock in the market and
only a limited local demand. The sales
were confined yesterday to about 2000 bar
rels, of which 185 fine at $7 25; fine al $3;
100 do. at $S 50; 200 good superfine at
$8 25; 200 choice do. at $8 87}£; 60 and 200
good extra at $10; 100 do. at $10 60; 200
choice extra at $12 and 85 very choice
family extra at $13 12}£ ^ bbl.
P obk —The demand is very limited, so
much so, that although the stock is small,
holders have had to reduce prices in order
to tealize. There were sales to day of 100
barrels lull weight mess at $31; 40 do. at
$32, and smaller lota at the same price.
Dealer» are retailing it at [email protected] 50 $ bbl.
B acon A lotot 16 tiercesshouldnrs sold
at 15>£o. |(!b. Extreme dullness continues
to prevail and only a limited retail busi
nc»K is doing at [email protected]!6c. ft for shnulders,
[email protected]^c. for ribbed sides, [email protected])^c. for
cleur sm I ps ; 18^@19J£c. for plain hams
and [email protected] ft for sugar cured hams.
Shoulders and »ides are in good supply but
hams are scarce.
Gbeen M eat —A lot of 10 casks shoul
ders sulfl at 14c- ^ 2». They are retailing
at 14J^@15c. <jjj lb.
L abo —Prime, in tierces and in kegs, is
retailing at 23 c. $ Ib. The market is
BRAN —The stock is fair, and firmly held
at full prices. There were sales of sevoral
hundred sacks in lots at $1 60 $ 100 fts.
O ats —The market îb in fair supply, and
several hundred sacks were sold at 60c. $
C orn —Is in fair demand at full prices
about 1600 sacks were sold, of which 926
sacks yellow on private terms, understood
to be a full price; 500 sacks mixed at $1 05,
and 128 white at $1 15 $ bushel.
H ay —Tho »took is not large. Small sales
aro being made at [email protected] ton prime
and choice Western.
I ndia B aboinq —The stock is small.
There is not much demand, however, and
prices are easier. Dealers are supplying
tho demand at [email protected] $ yard in rolls
and [email protected]% in bales.
B alk R ope —The supply is amj^e. The
demand has fallen off, and is being sup
plied by dealers at $ ft.
B alin» T wine— I s scarce, and commands
28c. $ ft readily.
Boblaps —There have been considerable
sold at [email protected] each.
G onny B ags —Are selling at 30c. a piece
for second hand, and 85c. for new.
C offee .—There is an active retail de
mand for the couutry and about 800 sacks
have been sold to-day at 28J^c, ^ ftfor or
dinary Rio, [email protected] for fair to good fair,
and 8l^@32o. $1 ft for choice.
S alt - Dealers are supplying the demand
at $3 [email protected]$3 25 $ sack for Liverpool coarse,
and $3 [email protected]$3 35 for fine.
B utter and C heese .—Choice butter is
very scarce and in request, while common
is plenty and dull. Choice commands [email protected]
50c., common [email protected] 5$/ 1b. Cheese is in
good supply and fair demand at [email protected] $
ft. English dairy commands 26c. $ ft.
WmsKEY -There is no demand for
round lots, but a good retail business is
doing at $2 [email protected] 40 gallon, Very choice
brands command a little more.
0 ' al O il —Is selling readily in small lots
at $1 15 f) gallon in cans, and 90c. in bar
S dndbies —Potatoes are dull, and are sel
ling at $2 [email protected]; Onions at $2 25(g$2 50;
Apples at $ß(^$8 $ barrel, and eggs at
[email protected]$56 $ barrel.
F keiohtb — Coastwise freights are dull,
foreign are quiet but firm. The rate» are
%@lc. $ ft for cotton by steamships and
sniline vessels for New York and Boston;
65c. ÎP bbl for flour for New York, 65c* by
sail for Boston and 80c. by steam. 1
lfid. ft. for cotton for Liverpool by
sailing vessels, and IX e - for Havre.
to* TBE BENEFIT OT
The Baton Rouge Brass Band.
SATURDAY NIGHT, DEC. 80TH, 1866,
PIKE'S XX jfV. LL.
The Members of tbe B ars , beg leave to aoDOODee
that their FIRST (JRAND BALL, will take place
The proceed* of the B all are partly to be appro
priated to the purchase of loatruments and to
defray other ezpenies.
The B ard ia compoied of amateura, who In
tend to keep up the eame, principally for local
amusement and pletiure. deo21
A. KOWALSKI, Agent,
SELLIN Q OFF BELOW COSTI
Now ia your laat opportunity!
In orier te make room for a lnrge Invoice from
New Tork, I am compelled to reduce my »elected
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
TO A PRICK
BELOW TIIEIR ACTUAL COST VALUE.
Chrlatmai PreaetiM for the Old and
Young, or both Sexea i
• FRENCH MiiRINOS,
SOLID COL'D DELAINES,
F1Ü D DELAINES, all wool.
CLOAKS, Black and Gray.
OPERA FLANNELS, all colors.
LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS,
HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES
Too numerous to mention,
A LAIIÖE ASSORT M KNT OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
#£r ONLY CALL AND LOOK AT THE STOOK
and satisfy yourselves.
HT" In order to accommodate the people of
Baton Kouge and vicinity, and (five everybody a
chance, 1 will expose the whole stocic for aale at
ASTONISHINGLY LO#V PRICED
FOR TEN DA TS.
Come one, come all,
And give me an early call I
Jly NeccMaity—Your OppertunUy !
A. KOWALSKI, A oknt,
dec2I Laurel Street.
L. J. TAN8EY, G KO. W. ROBERTS,
Kt. Louis, Mo. Baton Rouge, La.
TANSEY & ROBERTS,
General Commission Merchants
AND D8ALKKB IN
Moss and Cotton Seed,
BATON ROÜÖiä, L a .
WE WOULD respectfully call the attention of
the public to our card, as above, and folioit
from thein a share of patronage. We are prepar
ed to store and sell Ootton and other Produce aad
Plantation and Family Supplies; also, Farming
Implements and Machinery; likewise 'ofill orders
for Live Stock and to do a
General OoiiimiKKioii lSu»ine«iA.
Our desire 1» by strict attention to business to
merit the confidence of those who may entrust us
with their patroiiNge
dec21 2w TAXSEY & ROBERTS.
FLOREJYCE It OU HE,
LAFAYETTE ÏTRItT, BATON RoCOÏ,
BET Z & WEBBER, Proprietors.
THIS old and well known establishment has
undergone thorough repair« and refitted in tuch
a style as to compare favorably with any other
House in the Htaie. No pains will be (pared by
the proprietors to please and give general satisfac
tion t their friends and the public.
Their patrons can rely that none but the very
liest brands of
WINES, LIQUORS AND.CIGARS
will be kept by them.
COLO I .IISCH AT ALL HOCKS.
dec21-Sm FRED. WEBBER.
Sign of the Big Padlock, Third St.
HOES A KAKKS.
liAM> IX ES,
HAÏ. Ht TS and
11 A M M KR8.
NOTICE TO BAKERS i
THE prie« of Floor being $16 per barrel, Bakers
will give IB ounces tot a dime, the ensniog
week. j. i. XLAM,
Â REWARD of Fifty Dellen will be given for
the return of tbe Tax Roll of 1881 to this of
fice. bald Roll was lost or mislaid when tbe
town was occupied by tbe Unite4 8tatee forces
In 1862. JAB. K. KLAM,
decl9-6t r Mayor.
Cloaks for Holiday Présents.
JU8T RECEIVED per Adam* Kxprees, a splen
did lot of
BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS,
Basques and Sack Pattern*,
whleh will be cleared o«t at
NEW YORK PRICES,
Also, a splendid lot of WOOL BHAWLS, at ! ■
decl9 Main Street near Third.
Peterson's Lady's Magazine
JOSHUA BHAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STOKE,
Corner of Third and Convention streets,
LOOK OCT FOB COLD WEATHE R !
Main Street, bet. Third and Lafsyri te,
(Prendergast's old stand,)
AVAILS himself once more Of the opportntilly
to Infor n tbe ladies and gentleman of Biiton
Rouge and Its vicinity, that ha is still better j>r«>
pared to furnish them In
LADIES' CLOAKS, of the latest styles.
HOODS, SHAWLS.CAPES, NUBIAS, P0PLENP,
DELAINES, Ao., Ac.
He has also on haod one of the most complet*
And a variety of PANTS, which he proposas to
sell at very reduced prises.
lie is constantly r«.'eivlng Eresh Goods frcitn
th«- manufactories, which enables him to sat iny
one aud all, both in tust« a:>d price. dec 1'2
New and Popular Music,
At bkal's book and variety »tour.—
WHY IK) N 'T You NAM IS THE DAY —by
W J. Lanripira.
FIVE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING-Claribel
I DREAM OF TiiEb-B. K. 8.
WHY NO ONE TO LOVK, f—Stephen 0. Foster.
A FEW MOKE DAYÖ AND WK SHALL PAKT
THE TITTKH1NO GALOP—by Chas. Younr.
8unny south polk A-Uastare Dev«rroy.
ENGAGEMENT W A LTZI58— W. S. Ueusler.
RAIN DrtOi'S— S O. Ea'on.
L'AFRICAINE— Ferd. Beyer.
Just received by
decl9 tit _ jobuca beat,.
OF ■:••• ,
Mules and Agricultural Implements.
WILL be sold on THURSDAY, Dec. 28th
at Hall's Plantation,! mile below the Our
poratloa, all th*
and a lot of Seasoned WHITE PIN« LTJMBEIt,
RAILS, PI .'KETB, POSTS, Ac., now on said place.
Bale to com-nence at l'i M.
Terms—Uash on the spot.
OOI TON SCAFFOLDS,
OTT I*, HOUSE."
I HAVE OPENED "OUR HOUSE,'' corner of
Main and Lafayatte streets, with a large stip
Wines, Liquor», Ale and Beer.
LUNCH alwais on the side table, at,tbe lowest
prices. Mixed Liquors are much better aud at a
lower price than any huu"» in towa.
Call and sample "JOE" late of the Bumpier
Hoser. presides at th* bar. Pnbli* opinion tosts
our quahii ».
dec 14 tf EDWARD ALLEN.
A SITUATION by an expurieneed *entlemm
in the culture of either Cotton or tu^ar,
who managed a Cotton Plantation last season.
Terms moderate, and the host of reference» given,
tor particulars apply at this office. decl2-tf.
Ear Sale and for KeHt.
THE SUBSCRIBERS offer for sale in this and
the adjoining parishes
EIGHT PLANTATIONS, '
varying in sixe from one hundred to thirteen hun
dred acres. And
One Plantation, seven hundred acres open land,
Cotton Giu, Sugar House, Dwelling, Cabins, etc.
And another, tlx hundred acres, supplied with »II
the building«, etc., as above.
Five DWELLING UOUSEd In town.
decU-tf W. W. McMAItt A SON.
FOR SALE OR HINT.
A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION situa
ted five miles from Port Hudson, containing
1 700 acres of Land, betwnen SCO and 1W0 ha vine
been cultivated. On the nlace Is a large snd tub
stantial Sugar House, (with complete machiner .,)
which can essi y be con»erted Into a flin House.
This Plantation will b» rented for th« first year at
very modérât» terms. For particulars, apply to
». P. GREVES, Attorney at Law, Baton Rougit;
w. F. KER.NAN, Attorney at Law,Clinton,La.,
or to J. J. PKR80N A CO., Common Streut, New
8tate of Louisiana - Fifth District Court
Parish of East Baton Rouge—Succession
of Evun Hawes—No* 787.
WHEREAS Samuel P. Greeves, Testa
mentary Eiecutor of tho last will of
Evan Hawes, has this dayfflled with the
Clerk of said Court, a final acoountofhis
Administration of the saidsuccessisn. prav
ing that the same be homologated, and he
discharged from bis trust.
Notice is hereby |fiven to all parties in
terested, to file their rea8ons(ifany they
have,) within thirty days irom the first
publication of this notice, why said appli
cation snould not be granted.
Witness my hand and i-eal of said Court,
this the 19th day of December, 1865.
L. ALLA IN,
dec2l. Deputy Clerk.
THE undersigned have renewed their
former Partnership, and will transact busi
ness under the name of STEVENS A SEYMOUR,
at their old stand, Nos. U6, and 98 Common St.,
opposit* th* City Hotel.
E. R. STEVENS.
Per W. E. Sr.moe».
W. E. SEYMOUR.
Nsw OtLsan, Jnly 1,1855. yl8
waoiUALs 4Kb «Wait d«juk »
PAINTS, OILS & DYE STUFFS,
Lafayette St., baton rouge,
XT AS new OT hand and Is cotiitsntly receiving
JLX direct from th*Kurop«au and fiorthern mar
kets fresh supplies of
PAINTS and OILS,
. , STATION SltY,
CHESSMEN and BOARDS, ^
BU iryôoggTcnTLKltY, III.
SCHOOL BO, k*,
play i no carta
black and oreen teas,
' i guns,
fishing tap k le,
mee rschaum and wood pipes,
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO,
VIOLIN and GUITAR STRINGS.
several fine toned t oct.
c Mr «u© süi 9
it i .F8< than
NEW ORLEANS PIUCES !
P htmcuhs ' FEiBCkiPTioss carf /ullyprepared
day or night. novl8
JASTREMSKI & McCORMICK ,
respectfully uive noticu that they have'
always on hand a fresh supply of
Which they guarantee to be pure ; also a choice
from the most celebrated manufactories, compris
LUBTN'8, Madam DUKAND'S,
&<■» BAZIN and WRIGHT'S.
A fine a«sortnient of
ESSENCES FOR H&KJDKERCHIEF3,
Ali kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS
Pure LIQUORS, vis:
French and American HRANDIE8,
WIIISKT—Kye and llourhon.
PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA
Genuine Holland OIN, Pur« SCHNAPPS,
French Patent Medicines, vis:
SIROP DB BRIAN*,
fciKtjP DE FLOHE,
ifllÖP DE LAMOBRtKUX
LIQUEUR LA VILLE.
VIN DE BEG VIN,
PERCHLO-IMER DE FER DE PltAVAR,
HU1LLE DE FOIE DK MORUE DE TOtiâtIS,
w' .. (de Hogg.
Will receive by the next steamer a frista loto
Patent Medicines, direct from manufacturers.
WINTER GARDEN SEED»—just received
COAL OIL and
COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand.
LÜSCHES always on band.
(JJ> AH nrtletw from the country carefully pu
■up and promply alts/. Oed to.
JASTKEMSK1 à McCORMICK.
t WT Store nearly o»)poeite the Branch ot the
Loustana Htate Uank. Jull
JUST RECEIVED !
3(10 Bsgs Prime Whit« and Yellow CORN.
fiO .. Fresh BKAN.
50 Barrels New tvheat FLOUR.
5 .. .. HÜOKWM KAT.
10 (Jallon Kens Oolden i-YKUP.
2 Barrels New MO i. ASB eö.
2 .. OAL OIL.
lti Quarter Buxe" N«"w R *I 3 -INS.
2 nurrwls I..'|r.1 P.^CANr»,
50 Hags Assorte 1 BIItlT.
100,l)00G, I» and Wa'nrpioof 0APR.
POVVDKR, ia Kegs and Y\ R'gs.
10 Barrels H«».vy vi ICSI« PORIS.
îflross P * M Y A T P AUERS.
11 Nests New M.A «KET «ASKET«.
1 Birrel Gond Will SKY,
60 tt'i^s SALT
76 Barrels POTATO KS a ,d ONIONS.
1 CraU U a UB&UE.
<lec7 JOSHUA Hit.
Powdsr, Shot and Caps.
TUST RECEIVED at my Drug Store, bnlnw the
J Jail, the following Ammunition, per steam jr
Julia, from St Louie:
POWDER-iu Kegs snd Tin Cans;
CAPS— Ö, D.'tand Waterproof.
BUOK SHOT, BIRD, SQUII.REL and
Which I will "ell oa reeasonaMe terms.
cctl2-tf J R. T. HATNKS.
JUST RECEIVED !
LAGER BEE?, Ac., Ac., at
ARCHER & HENDERSON'S
4ec7 Great W< stern Produce Kepe*.
(^HEET MUSIC, fjr Piano at New Orleans price«.
Fife« and Pat«nt Fife Sisbes,
Violin and Ouitsr Siring«, at
PEAL 'S BOOK AND VAltlElY STORE.
sept« Car. IhUd tad Convention Sti.
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