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IS PUBLISHED TRI- WEEKLY,^ Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. J.C."CHARR 0 TTE 7 T .I r HATCH,' G.A.PIKE. T. B. R. HATCH, :j i_ :j_ Editor. Il A TON ROllOKi TUESDAY,8, 1368. |-S ^~Mra. Andrew JoIidkoo lately sent to tlio Baltimore Fair for the relief of the (Jontituto women and children of the South a beautiful banket of oxotic floworM, cut from tho White House conservatory. C oftkioht CouRTKsif. —Mr. Sumner pre sented in the Senate, tho other day, a memorial signed by Wrn. Gilmore Sim# and other South Carolina author«, a«king tho passage of an international copyright law. Ï^PThoB. M. J'eters, aged 28, bob of Dr. Peters, who killed Gen. Van Dorn, committed suicide in Memphis, last Mon day, by shooting himself. |-^~Soroe New York ship carpentors who have been at work at Now London, G'<>nn., receiving $4,f>0 per day and board for nine hours' labor, have struch for the eight-hour system, and lost their jobs. t-W Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, ant ing Governor of Montana, has recanted his Kudidal opinions, and ooine out for Presi dent Johnson. C5F~ The latest South Atnerioan news received by way of New York shows the gr atost inactivity preva'ling in the allied forces which profoes to bo engaged in breaking up the isolating policy of Para guay, but as their winter is now approach ing wo prosumo tlioy will act. with greater vigor from this on to October next. A member of a fashionable church in New York electriliod a music dealer, tho other day, by inquiring for "Solomon's Song," soying his rector had spoken of it ns a production of groot gonitis and beauty, and ho wanted his daughter to learn it. f-ïfltisnot generully know thatsol diers who have lost limbs in the service Of tho United States are entitled to artificial substitutes, that can be procured upon pre sentation of evidence of honorable dis charge, and that the wound causing the 1 >tm of the limb was received in service.— They ore furnishod froo of charge, and do not affect any pension or bounty claim tho claim tho soldier may have against tho Government. Nkoro Masonic Lodok .—A lodge of ne gro Masons, bearing tho name of "James liivor," has boon established in Richmond Poter Randolph, a proacher, and for twenty years a resident of Boston, is Mastor, and John Oliver, Secrotary. They claim to work nndor a dispensation from tho Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, and nnmbor about twonty-fivo. Of those a few are from tho forrnor negro population of Richmond. They are oxcoodlngly rigid i i passing up the claims of applicants. No "common niggors" can come in! A "Finb Plaok" to Live In .—The Sanitary Police in Troy, N. Y., have been at work just ono week, and have reported to the Board of Health over ono thousand nuisances existing in that city. The re port tells a terrible story, garrets and cel lars used as vaults, while litters of hogs are living in tho same tenements with their owners—filth and nuisances in the very houses of people who ought to and do know botter than maintain tho plague spots on thoir premieos. It»f~ Tho anoiont conduits about Jerusa lem are of wondorful structure- One, tho low lovel conduit, formed of stone, follows the contour of the country for 25 milos, passing along tho bond of a depression in ono case of 55 feet in depth, and entering the city at. an altitude of 2,450 feet. Tho other, tho uppor level conduit, is tunneled through a hill at ono part, and the blocks are so keyed together as to form a complete siphon. Douions.— A boardor at one of our city boarding houses, on being asked how they Jived there, ropliod that tho hash was rather doubtful, but tho beef "bully." This dubious compliment failed to attract a new boarder. I-JT" Tho somi-anntial examination of tho students of Spring Hill College, near Mobile, took placo on the 1st inst. This, together with the May day festivities, says tho Mobile Times, rondcred it a most de lightful season—ono that will long bo hold in fie most pleasing remembrances by tho stu. lents and tho vast concourse of woll -dei-aed persons in attendance. y i) r , A. Lopez, ono of the oldest and most ominent and learned physicians in tho South, died at Mobile on the 2d inst. Tho Tunes ofthat city says "he was a na jivo, wo believe, of Charleston, S. C., but many years ago removed to Mobile, where ho has ever Binee resided. Ho was re spectod and beloved by all who knew him, and leaves a most interesting family and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss." K0T Cordova colonists, who sometime ■since emigrated from the South, and who lb ve returned by the steamer Mexico from Vera Cruz, confirm the objections to près ont emigrants to Me*ico contained in the recent letter of Gen. Ewly. Their re turn is a practical argument more forcible than their words.— Or kann Mue, COUNTERFEIT SMALL BILLS. Bills of the smaller denomin»tlons have boen extensively counterfeited and enor mous quantities of them put in oiroulation. The publie, howoVer, give and take them in daily trafflo, without stopping critically to examine whether they are genuino or not. In fact, Government has seen fit to chango so frequently the iorm and die of its own issues, as to render it almost im possible for any one other than a prac ticed expert or very careful money handler to detect tho spurious from the genuine. In tho hope of rendering a service to thoso who have not given this subject the atten tion its importanoo deserves, or who have not the facilities at hand for detecting the various points of difTerenco between the baso and counterfeit notes and which re quire the most careful scrutiny to prevent impositions and loss, we appond certain information which wo flndconcisely drawn up in the columns of one of onrooptempo raries. We will first speak of the short 25'« and 50's, last issued. The horizontal hair lines covering the uppor half of tho bill, arc of such equal size and distance apart as to produce a smooth, dark appoaranoe which is retained, however worn the bill may be. In the counterfeit 25's, tho linen are so un equal in size as to produce light and dark shades. In tho 50's, they are a little less unequal, but too heavy, giving that part of tho bill a very durk appearance. In tho lower right hund corner will be seen alow black vehiole with two horses, looking to tho left; immediately beyond is another high-bodied wagon, loaded with boxes, with two hoisos(well formed) looking to tho right. The horse in tho latter team, standing in view in tho genu ino, is sufficiently oolored to give it a groy appoarance; its head is moderately ele vated; its mate beyond, is a very dark ani mal, atid holds its head much tho highest. In the counterfeits, especially tho 50's, tho horso nearest to view in tho latter team Is whito, and badly formed, and tho hend of both equally elevated. In the 25's and 50's the ongraviug is very poor in this part of the bill. As to the long 50 cent bills, there is one counterfeit in which the forehead of the female in the center of the bill, i« of the same width from one temple to tho other. It should taper in width from the temple to the parting of the hair, being widest at tho latter point. There is unother counterfeit which has tho forehead of the female properly shaped, and is a more dangerous ono than tho other; but by looking at the hair lines in tho wordB "United States," over the hood of tho female, the inferior engraving can readily be soon. It looks hoavy, iriegular and scratchy. In the genuino, tho letter "A" in "States," appoars much the highest, which is not the oaso in the counterfeits. In the lower loft hand oorner, between the letters "F" and "O" in FOR, thoro is a very small dot, closer to tho "0" than to tho "F," which does not appear in tho coun terfeit, unless put there by the bolder of the bill. There are a groat many more points of difference which we could enumerate, but the above we doom sufficient to enable any one to tell the good from the bad. [For the Gazette sod Cornet. Records on Little Grave Stones ; ob, AN EVENING'S STROLL IN THK BURYING «ROUND« OK BATON ROUGE, AND AN HOUR WITH IIKR DEAD. The sun was lazily sinking in the occi dent, on the ovening of the 2d of May, as if he himself experienced that miserable feeling of lassitude and somnolency, which his dnzzling rays never fail to impart, to the temporary denizen of a crowded and dusty city, as we slowly wended our way to visit the different cemeteries, to hold communion with the inhabitants of the "Great city of tho silent." The grounds have long been neplected, the creeping vines and tangled brush-wood wore struggling for tho supremacy, while the deadly moccasin lay coiled on the nar row, desolate home of the silent sleeper, beneath. The grounds wero originally covered with forest trees, und most of these have been removed,and art has notdoneenough, as yet, to increase tho beauties of Nature. Green mounds with gentle slopes, secluded dells, and quiet nooks, presented such a variety as we love to see in the sacred place, whero the dead aro sleeping. Our errand was not to see the grave of some kindred or friend—neithor was it curiosity which sometimos leads one to such o placo, that induced us to go on this occasion—wo wished to see little grave stones and read their inscriptions. Y r esterdav, was dcdioatod to tho enjoy mont of the little children—to-day, at "eve's lone hour" wo dodicato and hold silent converse with those in the "Spirit Land." Wo knew wo could find many io so large a burying place, for wo find them wherever the dead are buried. If not literally true, it is nearly so, that "Therein no flick howerer watched and tended, But one dead Lamb is there; There is no fireside howmt'ir defended. But ha» one vacant chair." We wore following the winding paths, re peating these lines and thinking cf the two dead L^mbs of our own little flock, and of the vacant chairs at our fireside, when we cwna to a little marble monu ment. On it» Bummit was a Lamb reclin ing. The only record was, " Oüb Little Lamb." No other graves were usar, to in dioate whose "Lamb" it was, yet wa knew it was not bo orphan'» grave, for a parent only oonld have so inscribed the stone Perhaps it was so young that it had no name, but it was a dear littlo lambkin, and thin was a record of affection. Near this was another namelesB stone on which was inscribed, "O ob pet bot has oone b8f0bk." How the parents must bave loved that child 1 But t could discover in tho words, sub mission, and a sweet hope that thoir dar ling boy wo» not dead, but only "gone bo foro"—gone to that heavenly homo where Christian families may bo're-united in holier, happier ciroles than here. It Beemed to say Bleep on my babe' thy little bed I» cold Indeed,and narrow; Yet calmly then shall rest thy head, And neither mortal pain nor dread Shall e'er thy feelings barrow I Thou may'st no more return to me ; But there's a time my dearest, When I shall lay me down by thee. And when of all, my babe shall be, That sleeps around, the nearest I And sound our sleep shall be my child. Were earth's foundations shaken ; Till thee, the pare, the undeflled, Who once like thae an infant smiled, Tbe dead to Ufa awaken I Then if to 111m. with faith sincere, My babe at death was given, The kindest tie that binds us here, Though rent apart with many a tear, Shall be renewed in Heaven. A little farther on, wo found another »tone upon which was engraved, "Litter E lla, oub first and oub faibbst." Then seeing another not far off, we approached it, and found inscribed — "O üb L ittlb Charlie. How many hopes lio buried hero." Still another near by— "O db deab litti-b E letohkr, we lovkd thee." Ohl these perhaps wero all idols. They may have beon taken away becauso they usurped tho place which Josus should hold; tho treasure taken henco for the purposo of luring the heart there, also, somotimos, no doubt, Jesus takos Our treasure from our nie]«, And shades with gloom the happiest, home; in order to wean us from the world, and discipline us for heavon. The inscription on tho next little stone louohed ns tenderly, "O ob only and itoon loved child." It is Bad indood,to part with any of these jewels. In ono wook wo lost theo, but had ono loft, so that it was not all gloom and desolation around the fireside. But to bury an only child ! Oh what sorrow like it ! No one but Jesus, who promises reunion in heavon, can heal such a wound. Yet God sparod not His only Sou,but sent him into this world to suffer and die, Jhat light might Bhino on little graven, though thoro may lie an only and much loved child. There was another spot in that cemetery, where we long lingerod. It was enclosed with an iron fence. Flowers, shrubs and evergreonB had been plantod within, and carefully trained by the hand of affection. A tasteful monument boro the following record : "Charles Henry, 1842, aoed two years, fodb months. josephine bleeps beside heb little bbotheb, aoed nine yeab8, two months, 1851. Now tileill motheb is with them, 1853." Death is not mentioned in theso inscriptions. Thoso who have been redeemed by a Savior's blood, do not dio. The Bible represents it as a quiet sleep. "They sleep in Jesus." The spirit soars to tho mansions of tho blesBod, while tho body slumbers in the grave. But, it will aweke to life again, when He who is tho "resurrection and the life," bids it rise. Wo think too much of tho form that is buried, and too littlo of tho spirit in bliss. Wo neod to bo drawn away from tho gloom of the ono, to contemplate tho happiness and glory of tho other. "Thus may the binds of life unloose, But can't dissol ve ray love, Millions of Infant souls compose, The family above." Wo camo to a little hillock, tho lost one. A plain Blab was there; and by its side a low, rude stool. I have forgotten whether thero was a name, or any record upon that stone,—but I have not forgotten that a well trod path led from the walk to that seat, and on that little grove was a vaso of fresh flowers, which had boen rocently watered. No doubt that path was made by the mother of that little sleeper, often coming there to sit, bringing fresh flowers, em blems of Iter sweet flown, so early trans planted into the herbarium of its God. Reader, are you a stricken fatbor or mother? Look with the eye of Faith beyond these sorrowing scones of earth, and behold the home of your sainted children. 'Tis a blessed home. We may join them thero. We may in unbroken family circles, meet around the throne of God. Lake Gage, May 2d, 1866. Gen. Bdtleb .—Fowlor & Wells, of New York, publish thin result of the manipula tions of Gen. Butler's bump : "You are sure to make what you touch pay. You are an excellent judge of tbe value, of property. Are almost skeptical in matters of religion Are more radical than conservative, and if ever inclined to bo conservative, are so from policy." Really, there must be some thing in thiB phrenology. £~-*F" Dr. II. A. Swasey's paper, the Southern Ruralist, published at Amite City, La., after a temporary suspension, has been revived and comes to us very much enlarged and improved. It is now one of the most beautifully printed sheets in the South and ia likewise ono of the moat ably conducted. THE BliEOTIOW. YoBtorday wasabusy day with candidate» and voter*. In our ramble» through the city procinots, we saw occasionally some manifestations of excitement and hoard of others, whloh, however, did not amount to anything very serious. We discovered more strange face» at the polls than we recollect ever having encountered at thoso places before. There was some challenging, but wo believe the the partios challenged managed gonerally to "go in lemons and come out i/ra-sqeezed." Thoro is groat neod of a registry law for our city, in order to ascertain and define the right and status of every ono olaiming the right to vote here. Wo hope this matter will bo attended to by tho next Legislature. Wo have kept our columns opon until a lato hour, for the purpose of getting in full returns from all tho polls in the parish, which we give to our readers in the annexed table. Those marked with a star (*) are the candidates who are elected : CANDIDATES. for piktmüt âttoknkt. K. W. Knirkerbockwr J. 0. Stafford Henry KatlifT. « rOROLKHIC DISTRICT ÜJÜRT. R. Frank Bryan Joseph Nephler* ruh BHJHUPF. Ttanrnpaon J. Bird* . Kd. Oouslnard. II V. Habin Tom Hernandez fur rroordbr. John MrQrafh* William Monget William Hubbs John O'Connor for a shrs&oh. John F. Piker*... Charit;« Verbols for oorokkr. Charles Collette J. ii. Pattornon *. WARD ELECTIONS. The following is the result of the election for Justices of the Poace and Constables in tho City Wards : fob justice of the pbaoï— 1st ward, F. A. Nephler* 160 C. D. Favrot 140 fob pabisii constable—1st wabd. Fielding Cooney*,. 80 Anthony Monget f>6 A. W. Bates 48 T. Benton Hillen 47 Patrick Hursey 86 Michel I'oirler 33 fob justice of the FEAOK— 2d wabd. .7. W. Buckner*..... 136 J, M. Tracy 68 fob pabisii constable—2d wabd. Stephen .T. Young*.. A. J. Ilogan Oos. Ouidry "V T E L E G H A P II IC. Washinoton , April 80.—Tho President, to-day, ordored pardons to be issued to forty-nine Texans, under tho first excep tion of tho Amnesty Proclamation, as having held oivil offices under the bo oaiied Confederate Government; also, throe from Georgia, ten from Louisiana, and five from Alabama, nnder tbe thirteenth or twenty thousand dollar oxoeption. All of these wero recommended by tbe Gov ernors of thoir respective States. 'One of the evening papers here hold oui a very strong intimation that the Austrian Minister is about to demand his passports, on account of Secretary Seward's letter to our Minister to Vienna, relative to the Bonding of Austrian troops to tho support of Maximilian. •New York , May 3.—Tho action of the Spaniards in bombarding and burning Valparaiso is very generally denounced by the press. Tho damage to tho Chilian Government is about $10,000.000. The French and other oitizens lose $16,000,000, tho United Statesinterost boing small. Tho British residents especially con demn British Admiral Denman, whom they charge with prevarication and do taching of his ships to guard Spanish commerce. It is understood all the ac cessible ports aro to have thgir share of the bombardment. New York , May 4.—Tho World's Wash ington special saya the grand jury, which meets at New York on Monday, will bring in a true bill against Jefferson Davis for treason. The Government will probably be ready for the trial within the next ten days, provided Congress throws no ob stacle in the way. New Yobk , May 4.— O'Mahoney has boen arrested and made todingorgo, and is deposed. It is now tho intention to arrest and try Stephens, on his arrival, for com plicity in tho acts for which O'Mahoney is to bo tiied. Tho Fenian Senate meets to-morrow. Washington , May 4.— Jloiwe.— A joint resolution congra'ulating tho Czar of Russia on his escape from assassination, passed by 124 yeas; no nays. Washington , May 4.—Tho House was principally cngagod with private bills. Washinoton , May 5 .— Lrniee. — Mr. Cook, of Illinois, from tho Confederate Com mittee, made a report on the habeas c//rjrut bill, which was agreed to. The bill was therefore passed both Houses. A bill passed reviving the grade of Lieutenant Goneral. In reply to tbe Texan Commissioners, the President expressed the hope that Toxas and all the other Southern States would Boon bo restored to their former condition in the Union. Tho Senate has confirmed tho appoint ment of Mr. Campbell as Minister to Mexico; also that of Mr. CoggoBhall as Minister to Ecuador. The House Committee on Claims han al lowed but $130,000 out of claimB amount ing to $20,000,000. The habeas corpus bill just passed pro tects every officer of the Federal Govern ment who, acting under orders, made ar bitrary arrests during the war, and a tele gram directing such arrests is sufficient for his defence in a suit. Tho Senate Finance Committee is un derstood to favor Sherman's bill for re ducing the interest on the national debt. It is slated Secretary McCulloch is very anxious it should be adopted as soon as fK>s»iblo, and has made such a request of >oth Finance Committees. It will be re ported to the Senate early next week, and immediately put on its passage. The roceipts from tho internal revenue yestorday «mounted to $1,395,813. New York , May 5.— The Commercial says Frank P. Blair's case is to be recon Bideied, bis rejection having called Btrong expression of feeling. Fortress Monroe , May 5.— Mrs. Jeffer son Davis and her youngest child have arrived with a largo quantity of baggage, as if designing to remain some time. Lieut. Fessenden escorted her into the Fortress. New Yobk , May 5—12 m .—Cotton quiet and steady at 84 to 36c. Gold 127>£. Sterling exchange active—109}^. 13?" Wm. R. Adams. Esq., lately of the True Delta, has received the appointment from the Governor of President of the i Board of Cuireacy. Sprial ïïoikcs. Asylum for thn IJfsf and Dumb and the Blind. Abi. PKRSON8 having claims agslnst the .bo.e In.tltiition, ne hereby notified tn pre ont them to the undersigned,at the nflioeoflhe Parish Recorder, wl hin thirty dsys from the dsto hereof; with a view to reniement, if foaod correct. JOHN CPo'lNNOP, } Committee. Baton R ouqs , May 6th, 1800. sawmill.dw el Lin a ahd ornim CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE! THK UNTIKRHIONK!» offers to sell the whole of hin roftl e*ta!e property in the city of Baton bonge. Hai«#-- property consist* of a Mill, a larve *nd com 'ortahio Dwelling near the Sow Mill and many unimproved Iota in different parts o the city. Allot the said property Is for sale cn (he mo»t reasonable terms. 'Ihe Haw Mill will bo either leafed or sold as partie«» may deslie may« JfKfepËKIO AKBOUR. FEORMJi IsJiKE MCE. WK are lo receipt of a large quantity of froib pure Ice In blocks, snd oiler it to the pub lic at reasonable prices Orders from G BOSSE TETE, WATERLOO, BAYOÜ SARA, CLINTON, PLAQUEMINE ( and other place« within retch of this city by steam Or wsKon. will be promptly attended to and the Ice paoked as required. WiKC'K & WALDKIRCH, msyR-3m Proprietors. NOTICE. rilllB Assessment Roll for tho city of Baton jl Rouge, for tt.e year 186(1, Will remsin open at. the Mayor's office, in the oity of B 'ton Ronge, for inspeoiion and correction, until the lftlh dsy of May, 1860. H. L. WOMB, miiyb j Assessor. YOUNC LADIES' OOLIJEOIATE INSTITUTE —at— KRADVII.T.A KKlHItVAItY, BATON ROUGH, LA. TKRM8—Board with Knirlish and Latin tuition, $40 per month—$120 in advance. Day scholars, |S per month. Pre cit tuition, per month. Mimic, with use of instruments, IR per month. Pupils should furnish themselves with sheets, towels and table napkins Addresa MRS. BELLE W. SMITH, Principal, aprlO Box No. 207, Baton Uouge, La. TO ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS. WK ARK espect'nu to receive in a few day»— 2000 8AUK8 CORN. 250 11 11 LH. FLOUR. 160 .. PORK. 20 CAHKH HIDK.S. To which we wou'd invite the attention of the trade. fmay3-3tj TANSKY * ROBKRT8. POLLARD'« HISTORY OF THE WAR COMPLKTK IN TWO VOLUMES. Price, $7. Just received at H BROM AN'8 mayl-5t Book and Music Depot. C^OAI. «II. LAMPS, j LAMP CHIMNEYS, LAMP WICKS, LAMP BRUSHES And BURNERS A splendid assortment of HAND AND STAND LAMPS, Some very handsome and all cheap, at aprfi BKAL'S BOOK 4 VARIETY STORE. R 1 IF I.ED WALKING CANK8, KEMINGTON'S REPEATING PISTOLS. NEW POCKET .. .. POLICE RIFLED WALKING CANK8, combining the advan ta«es of a Walking Cane and Rifl-i. «A. COPPER CARTRIDGES and PISTOL CAPS always oo hand at BKAL 'S apr28~2w Book k Variety Store. WINDOW SHADES.—A large and beautiful avortaient of Window Shades, just re ceived and for «ale by may! JAMES MCVAY. FISHING TACKLE.—A great variety of Fishing Tackle, just received and for ®le by JAME8 MCVAY. may I MU8KHT CAPS and GUN TUBES, Just received at REAL'S, jan72 Book and Variety Store. AT RETAIL. I 1MB, CEMENT AND PLASTER.—The above X n»med articles for sale in any rjuantity to JOSHUA BEAL. meet the demands of purchaser* aprltt OATS AND BRAN ^CKSOats. 1U0 do Bran. Just received tj\) from St. Louis, which I am selling below New Orleans prices. N. WAX, East of Coort House 8<[uare, febO Triangular Building GUNS, PISTOLS, ETC. ONE of the largest assortments of Pistols, Guns Percussion Caps, and other articles In that line ever brought to this market. Just received, and for sale at WM BiiOfcLV, tcar3 Lafayette street, near Main. Ii. J. TANSKY, OÏO. W. ROBKRTU, 8t. Louis, Mo. Baton Koog», La. TANSBY & ROBERTS, WHOLESALE «j» c; Mi ira m » WAREHOUSE AND GEK'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IM PLANTATION SUPPLIES, M obs and Cotton Seed, BATON ROUGE, LA. We art now prepared to offer to the trad«, a large and wsll selected «took of GROCERIES PROVISIONS, &«., &e. Wo will take pleasure In filling all orders for Goods manufactured in the West and Northwest, and endeavor to give general satisfaction to all who may favor us with their orders. Parties living at a di.tanoe and wishing to give Uielr orders direct, will please address WM. L. KWING à CO., 1U4 North Second street, St. Loali, Mo. Terms, cash. roay.'i Spring and Summer Announcements A. KOWALSKI, (iOIIT), Is now In receipt of his new stock of SPKING AND SUMMER GOODS ! EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE, SUITABLE roi TM1 MARO«, Of FASHIONABLE FIGURES —And— DESIRABLE TKXTÜRK, comprising of A BEAUTIFUL BT'OOK Of DRESS GOODS = BleaoWl and Brown SHEETING, SHIKTINGB, II1GKORY BTHTT'ES, BED TICKING, CHECKS, COTTON ADE8, CALICOES, GINGHAMB, \ LAWNS. DENIMS, And a general assortment of b: ~w * m -T** ■S HL JHJL. Together with a fall stock of WHITE GOODS, —8ush I SWISS JACONETS,) NAINSOOK. BISHOP LAWNS, SOFT CAjiBBIC, LINEN CAMBRIC, LADIES' HDF'S. Also a full assortment of FURNISHING GOODS, —Such as LINEN TOWELS, TABLE CLOTHS. NAPKINS, QUILTS, CRASH, —ASD— MANY OTHER ARTICLES Too numerous to mention. Together with A LA RMS ASSORTMENT OF SPRIJTfi CMjOTMilJra —Such as ' ;, « PANTS, f' ' COATS, VE8T8, HATS, LINEN DUSTERS, UMBRELLA 8, TRUNKS AND VALISES, All of which we are selling at Greatly Reduced Prices for Casb ! We cannot. In thin «pace, undertake to enumeratetlift «dvantaKes and In ducenentii, we hope to be able to of!er our coatomeri. Wh InTtfe all to give m a call and examine our (food» and prire*. and we 'eel <onll dent. tint none will gonwajr <SI*a«tMed. For yeirn un«urpa«8fd by any Dry Goods h <u*« in thi« city, for varletv, Htyles and cheap« neg ß t It is our aim to maintain that reputation by FAIR DKAMIVG, UNIFORM PRICKS and close attention to business. msyl A. KOWALSKI, A OINT, L»arel Street. JUST RECEIVED Sign of the Big Padlock, Third St. Briar hooks, TRACE CHAINS, MKAT CUTTERS, butcher knives, gun tubes, hoes A rak KB, ho bse brushes, Cl'RAY COMBS, UUN WIPER?, _ sausage stoppers, hand axes, hatchets and HAMMERS. james mcvay. mar2T Toys ! Dressed babies. tea set?,. KALEIDOSCOPES. SK If PINO ROPES. ba riem rattles. fan8— Palmetto, Ribbon Bound snd Willow Chip, at BEAL'S maj3-lw Book and Variety Store.