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(ork sau*«* is T** I.IKSS OK I.rjIS.) No. Squares' 1 square '/ suuares 8 squares 4 squares b squaes 6 squares 7 squares H squares 10 squares 70 $ 18 $ 20 T ki- W xzklt $10 per annum. wxxkty Ii " .. AnvswrisiM'j 9t M per square, tlrit Insertion. « 76 " each subsequent. tff Half ywarly or yearly contracts made with advertisers. aar All translent advertising, cash BATON TUESDAY,::::::::::: RODOK I :::AUOÜ8T 7, 1866. CHAKTBK Masonic & Odd Fellows' Hall Assoriation STATE OF LOUISIANA. P abish of E ast B aton K ooge. Be it remembered , That on the <lay of the date hereof personally tppoared before me, John MeGrath, a Notary Public in and for the Parish and State aforesaid, duly com miasioned and sworn, Messrs. S. M. Asbkr, J ambs M o V at , K. H. D ay , J ohn L. W olf», G«o- A. P ike , J. C. C habbottk and 8. M. II art , all residents of said Parish and State, who deciarod that they had formed them «elve» into an Association under the gen oral laws of the State regulating corpora tion» for public improvement* upon the following basis : 1st. The name of this corporation shall bo "THE MASONIC AND ODD FEL LOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION OF IJA TON ROUGE," and its domioil shall bo the city of Baton Rongo. 2d. The object of the Association is to purchase the necessary ground and erect thereon, in the city of Baton Bouge a building, portions of which are to bo suita bly adaptod for Lodge purposo* and leased to St. James' Lodge, No. 47, F. and A.M. and De Soto Lodge, No. 7, I. O. O. F., respectively under tho control and direc> tion of tho Board of Directors hereinafter provided for. The President ofthis Board shall be the officer on whom citation shall bo served, and in whoso mimes all suits for Vho benefit of tho Association shall bo brought. 8d. The Capital Stock of this Associa tion shall be Ono Hundred Thousand Dol lars, to bo divided into ono thousand shares of One Hundred Dollars each, pro vided that any one so disposed may take a half or one-fourth share, with tho stipula tion that nothing less than a full share shall entitle ono to a vote, to bo paid in at such times and in such sums as may be rcquirod by tho Board of Directors, after thirty days notice in ono or more newspa pers published in tho city and a demand in writing made of tho Stockholders, and any Stockholder, who shall fail to pay the amount so called in, shall forfeit his stock, us well as all amounts alroady paid and all dividends that may have accrued thereon 4th. Tho Association shall be managed by a Board of Directors, seven in number a majority of whom shall constitute a quo rum for the transaction of all business and ono of whom shall be President. Tho original corporators shall constitute tho first Board; they shall enter immediately upon their duties and oontinuo in oflice until the first Monday of October, A. D., 1867, at which time and annually thereaf ter, a Board of Directors shall bo choBcn as hereinafter directed. St. James' Lodge, No. 47, F. and A. M. shall havo tho right to elect two Directors, and Do Soto Lodge No. 7, I. O. O. F., two; tho remaining threo Directors shall be elected by tho Stockholders; tho two Lodges above namod in proportion to tho number of shares of stock owned by them respectively. In all elections by the Stockholders,each Stock holder shall bo entitled to one vote for each and every sharo owned by him or her, and tho said Lodgos, or any othor corporate or aggregate body, that may own Btock shall have the right to cast their vote or votes by any agent, whom they may »elect for that purpose. The Board of Directors shall elect their own President ond shall havo power to appoint such othor officers as they may deem necessary. In case of a vacancy among tho threo Directors chosen by the Stockholders at large, tho vacancy »hall bo filled by the Board of Directors. All votes by the Stockholders shall be by ballot and all votes by tho Board of Directors shall bo viva voce. Tho Boaad of Directors shall make an annual report to the Stockholders of their proceedings. 6th. This act of incorporation shall con tinue in force for the term of twenty-five years. Whenever it shall become noces sary to liquidate the afTairsof the Associa tion, tho Board of Directors shall sell tho property belonging to it at publio auctiou after thirty days notico in tne manner re quired by laws for Sheriffs' sales of real estate, upon such terms and conditions as they shall deem advisable and the proceeds of said sale, after paying all tho debts of tho Association shall be distributed among the Stockholders. Thus done and passed at my office the city of Baton Rouge, this twonty-fifth day of July, A. D., 1866, in presence of Samuel P. Greven and Harney Skolfield resident and witnesses, ond me, Recorder at Baton Rouge, the day, month and year above written. (Signed) S. M. A sher, J ames M c V ay, R ichard H. D ay, J ohn L. W olff, G eorge A. P ike, J. C. C harrotte, S. M. H art. Witnesses. S am ' l . P. G retes, II. S kolfield. JOHN McGRATH, Recorder. Having carefully examined this act of incorporation and finding the «»me in ac cordance with the general lawa of this State, I hereby approve tho same and sign my name hereto, in preeence of the wit nesses whose name» are eiined to act of incorporation, this 25th day of Jtily. 1866. (Signed) J.C.STAFFORD, Dist. Att'y. 5th Judicial Dist. STATE OF L0D18IANA, ) P abuu of K abt B atoh R oüob, > Recorder's Offlcs.) 1 hereby certify the foregoing to b" a true copy of the original of reoord in this office, in Book, V., Folio 37 and 38, Nota rial Acts. Given under my hand and seal of office, at Baton Rouge, this 25th day of July, 1S66, JOHN McGRATH, Recorder. Sjjfrinl lottos, €tr. EVisiri, ) HanA, I' ll, I860 ) JYbtice—JYotice. C qlucto »'» Orrio« ü. 8. I nthwal R evikui, 2d C ollection Dtsraiof or L ouisiana Baton Rouge, July 26th, PURSUANT to the provisions of a* act of Of n gress entitled "an act to provide Internal Revenue to support the Government, to pay In terest on the public debt and for other pur poses," approved June 80th, 1864, and auiendnd oy thn act of March, 3d, 1866. Notice is hereby given to »II persons liable to pay dutie« or taxe« nader «aid act», In this Collec lon District, that I have received the annual list of dutle» and taxes assessed by tho A*»e»sorof said Diitrict, which have become due and payable. The Taxes included in this list are upon IN COM KB, PL*TE, OAKKIAGES, YACHTS, BIIj I.IARf) TABLES, PIA NO-KORTKS, 001.0 WATCHES and LICENSE«, which may not as yet have been procured. The undersigned will attend personally to the receipt of said diiiies and taxes, from the 1st to the 20th of Auirust, 1860, daily, (Sundays ex cepted), at his office i« Baton Rouge. All persons wlw, shall neglect to pay to me, or my Deputy, the dull«« and tuxes assessed against hem, within the time specified, will become 11* bio to the penalties prescribed by law aenry baubheb, jb., Collector U. 8 InWnal Revenue, july20-tf 2d Collection Uls't. of Louisiana. NOTICK TO OWNKR8 OF MIT8 IS M a ONOLIA CEMBTKUY. OWNERS of Lota in Magnolia Cemetery are requested to have tb»i weeds within tluir en closures cut down and carried off to the public road, or on that portion of the Cemetery which Is n'.t used—rear of the First and Second Sections. Wende and rubbish mu»t not be deposited In the alley ways, < r tHe same will 1» removed by the Sexton, at the expense of the party ao doing. The CVnetery Is now under a good fence, and own ers of Lots should at once repair their enclosure« Ux oaDKK or thc P iibhidcnt or tiii B oard. july2f> J. 0. CBAKRO TTE, Secretary. TO WAGONERS. ALL BIDS for hauling having been rejected 1 am direoted by the Board of Control of the Louhlana Pc llenfiary to offer 60c. per hundred for the hauling of Machinery from Clinton to Ba ton Rouge The custodian at Clinton, Mr. Lock wood. will take receipts and every load be paid for on delivery. The road will be placed in com plete order and kept in that condition. The wag on« and content« will be weighed before unload ing and the lianas at the Prison will assist in un loading. Parties desiring to haul but a «ingle load can do «>< and payment will Invariably be made on delivery of the load. ». C. MONTAN, jy7 Pres't Board Control La. Penitentiary.^ Improved Towii Lots For Sale. TUK UNDKR8IGNKD offers for ule Three Lot». No» 6, 7 äo (1 H In Bqa&re No. 83, Beau regard Towi. together with a handsome ind com modious ÜWHllintf and other fine Improvements on St. Charte« street, und constituting on « of the ino»t convenient and comfortable residences in Baton Kouge. The above property i» offered at private sale on the most advantageous term.«. july24-tr li. BONNKCAZB^ SSI-SO O l'KIl YKAR!— We want Agents eveiywhrre to sell our improved $20 Sew ing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and up per feed, Sent on tilal. Warranted five years, above «alary or large commission« paid. The oai.T machines sold in the Unl'el States for less than $40, which are fully licmned by Howe, Whrs.h r it- Wilton, Ororer <t Baker. Dinger it Co, and Bacliddtr. AU other cheap machines are inj 'HngomenU and the etlls.r or iuter are liable to arreat Jkie aiul imprUonrtumt. Illustrated circulars s«nt/re« Address or call upon SHAW Ic CLARK, at Blddeford, Maine, or Chicago,III. june2- twAwßm* SÜS3>CJ A MONTH I—Agents wanted for nia: entirely new articles, just out Address 0. T. OA BUY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine. june2 twAwOm' FOR SALE. jjalk interest in a saw mit,!,, sow im ruooïsskûl oithation, with DWKLLINO AND COMFORTABLE QUARTERS —And— «40 ACRES WELL TIMBERED LAND -And— A OOOD LOCATION. It will lie sold reasonable—for terms, apply to juneH TAVSKV Si ROBERTS. for rent—for male. A DWELLING HOUSE on Main street and JBÇ& one on Laurel street and one on Jacques Jg| street. A Iso 100 Town Lots. Feveral handsome houses for sale, also a few Plantation«, by W. W. MoMAIN, julylî Office, Bank Buildings. for' sale. THE entire fixture! connected with the estab lishment known as tho "Sumter House," which include those in the bar and beer «aloon. Also, a fine bi'liard saloon, with two fine tah'es, and other furniture belonging to It For particu lars, aoply to CHARLES WIECK. july.11 Ow lumber for sale. WE have on haï il a small lot of FLOORING and WKATIIKRBOARDING, and «an fill orders for any description of Pine Lumber. may" 7 TAN8KY ft ROBERTS. ce ÖTJ3R HOUSE." FROM and after this date, Mr. J oskfh H osi.k has an interest in this establishment. The busines« will be carried on under the name and ■'.Vie of ALLEN A HOSLE, B atos R oche , July 10th, 1860. Attention, Cotton Planters ! TIJE UNDKR8IGNKD begs leave to rail tbelr attention to the fact, that he bas placed his COTTON GIN AND PUKSS tin surpassed condition, with two superior GIN 8TAND8, Katrle and Carver's make, and will spare ne pains to Gin and Rale ail Cotton en trusted to hiai, at very modsrats prtees HENRY CON1SOR, jy-aMm Government St., cor. Maximilian. Dissolution of Partnership. THE firm of j F abbnbachir k Co., of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. JACOB FAHRN BAC H ER, SOLOMON KÜHN B aton R ough , July 24th, 1866. The above business will be continued at the same old stand under the firm of july*6 101. J. FAHRNB ACH ER. KT OTICE. THE Arm of N ilson A K eddv having been long since dl solved and the assets belonging to me, all persons owing the said firm will please make payment to my attorney, . T amis 0. F cqua, Es.; , who alone is authorized to reoeive and re ceipt for tho jama. july26-lm JOHN M. NELSON. iron ties for cotton. rpHK BEST Iron Ties fer Cotton, is Beard's. J_ These Ties are, by all meant:, the simplest ever offered to the public. Samples of the above may be seen at JCLIDS C. BOGKL'S july21 Plantation Snpply Store. plant's flour-new crop. JD8T RECEIVED—SO barrels Plant's Flour, ground entirely from New Wheat—cron of 1866. IjulySl] JOSHUA BEAL, bran! bran!! bran!!! •*î B a OS Choice Fresh Bran, just received %J\ f and for sale low. july81 JOSHUA BEAL |ri) (tofts nub Closing. Spring and Summer Announcement. A. KOWALSKI, (aout), 1« now In receipt of hli new stock of SPRING AND Mm GOODS! —or— EVERY VARIKTY AND STYLE, bcitaülx *08 the skasok, ot FASHIONABLE FIOURKK —And— DKSIRABLK TKXTÜKB, comprising of A BEAUTIFUL BTOCK OF DRESS GOODS : Bleached and Brown SHEETING, SHIRTINGS. HICKORY 8TRTPE8, BED TICKING, CHECK8, COTTONADES, CALICOE8, GINGHAMS, LAWNS, DENIMS, And a general assortment of » Mi X IK2 "W < Together with » full fttoek of WHITE GOODS, Such AS 1,1 SWISS JACONETS, NAINBOOK, BISHOP LAWNS, SOFT CAMBRIC, LINEN CAMBRIC, LADIES' HDF'S. Alio a full Maortment of FURNISHING GOODS, LINEN TOWELS, TABLE CLOTH8, NAPKINS, UDILTS, CRASH, And many other articles TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, Together with A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF SJPnrJYG CÏÏj O THiJYG —Such a* PANTS, COATS, VE8T8, HATS, LINEN DUSTERS, UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, All of which we nre Helling at greatly Reduced Prices for Casta ! We cannot, in this «pace, undertake to «numeratntbnadTantagMand in due»m»uts, we hope to he able to offer our customers. W« invite all to giro us a call and examine our goods and prices, and we feel confi dent that none will go away dlsqatlsflcd. For years unsurpassed l>y any Dry Goods house In this city, for variet.v, styles and cheap ness, It Is our aim to maintain that reputation by FAIR DEALING, UNIFORM PRICKS and close attention to business. may 1 A. KOWALSKI, A oknt, Laurel Street. Just Received. BARRELS over-weight MesB Pork. 50 barrels Raker«' Flour. 25 .. Choice Double Ettra Flour. 25 .. Common Flour. 30 boxes German Soap. 20 .. Palm 8oap. 100 barrels Richards'Cape Lime. B .. Whisky. 10 half barrels Whisky. 6 barrels Butter Crackers. 2500 pounds Assorted Candie«. 250 .. New Maple Sugar. 10 cases Lemon Syrup. 6 dozen Sugar of Lemon or Portabln Lem onade. 10 dozen Olive Oil—pints and quarts. 10 boxes Cracknel Biscuits 10 .. Soda Crackers. 3 casks Clear Sides. 2 .. Shonlders. 2 tierces Sugar Cured Hams. lease .. .. Break&st Bacon. The above articles will be sold low for cash, by july21 JCLIDS C. BOGEL. just received. 1 A BARRELS DERBY A DAY'S WHISKY; 10 -l u half barrels do ; 2 barrels Old Bourbon. For sale cheap by [jy7J JULIUS C. BOGEL. candy! candy 11 9nnn LBS. ASSORTED CANDIES. Justre ceived and for sale cheap by jyT JULIUS C. BOGEL. more maple sugar. jyjORE LEMON SYRUP—More Sugar of Lemon jj" or Portable Lemonade, at reduced prices. JULIU8 C. BOGEL. fresh turnip seeds. I HAVE just received several pound and half pound packages, which I guarantee to be fresh and a large variety of other kinds of seeds. jalylü N. WAX. something new. DETA'S LEATHER POLISH, for Beots, Shoea and Harness, for sale by jyT JULIUS C. BOGEL. ^riofln), €l0t&to||, (Etc. E. FENDLER, importer 07 ft dkalrr is FINE GOLD WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE* &C. THIRD MTBEET, NEARLY OPPOSITE TUE BANK. TBK ATTliSTlOS or TUB PUBLIO 18 OALLKU 10 M¥ choice selection» of oonbibt1no ok FINE WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, SOLID GOLD RINGS, CHAINS, NECKLACES, BUCKLES, Otxvmr.— BRAZILIAN PEBBLED SPECTACLES, all or tbi FINEST WORKMANSHIP AND STYLE, which i can hkll below new orleans prices! Every article Bold, warranted. HT" WATCHES and JEWELRY neatly repaired and warrantai. E. FEN-DLTTR, DRÏ GOODS & GLOTlllNIi STORE, THIRD STREET, Nearly opposite the Bank, Will now nell his entire aummi.r and winter utoclc BELOW COST! JSf" Give him a call if yon wunttomako GOOD B ARQAIN8! E. FENDLER, THIRD 8TRKET, inavIS Nearly opposite the Bank. 1ST E W GOODS! FIRST-CLASS spring and summer stock! THE U.NDKR8IGNKD respectfully informs his patrons and the public in general, that he has just received a very choice assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, purchased under his immediate supervision and with great care, to which he would call particular attnntloa. His stock consists in part of the lol owlng varieties of STAPLE & FANC Y DRESS GOODS: DOMESTICS, CALICO E 8, from 15 to .'iOc. per yard. PIECE GOODS. LADIES' A MISSES' BONNETS, SILK CLOAKS, MOZAMBIQBES, ORGANDIES, JACONET LAWN 8, parasols, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FANS, BOOTS .AJNHD SHOES, LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN. READY-MADE CLOTHING, ETC. All of which will he sold at very low prlccB. JSP" Please call and eiamine. No trouble to show goods. II. C/.AKLIXSR1, apr'il At Prendergast'K old stand, Main St. New BoolS -s. B ea DLK'S NOVELS, l'rom 1 to 98 inclusive. LARDNER'S ONE THOUSAND AND TEN THINGS WORTH KNOWING. A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMAN, by Mils Muloch. THE GRAY WOMAN, by Mrs.Gaskel. THE ADMIRAL'S DAUGHTER,by Mrs. Marsh. MAD MONKTON", by Wilkie Collins. JOSEPH GRIMALDI, by Charles Dickens. OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, do. GREAT EXPECTATIONS, do. LITTLE DORRITT. do. BEADLE'S SONG BOOKS, from No.! to No. 17. STKKt. PENS. POUNCE, CARMINE INK, MARKING INK, COPYING INK, WRITING FLUID. BLACK INK,in large and small bottles, at july2G SEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. JUST RECEIVED 1 A FINE Sl'PPI.Y OP POTS, SKILLETS, OVENS AND EXTRA LIDS, SCYTHES AND HANDLES, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS A HAIR. BUILDERS' HARDWARE of all kinds. A full supply always on hand. uly 19 JAME S MoVAY. lime! lime!! fi C BARRELS LIME, in store and far saie by I *J may 18 JOB HUA SEAf«. Im (ëooîis , eiotiiii, fit. GRAND CLEARING OI T SALE DEY GOODS, JT. HLUECN, Third Street, Nearly Opposite the Bank. I will commence clearing out my stock of Goods to-day, June 1st, for one month, AT IINPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES! Everythiu# will be marked down, regard leu» i»t tue recent rine or Cotton *ii<t Gold. My Htock in quite new and «elect, mud offer* great inducements to pabt1k.h in nkkd '>*— DRESS GOODS, LINEN LAWN, CALICOES, PIECE GOODS, SILK CLOAKS, MOZAMBIQUE, ORGANDIES, FANCY GOODS And-— E very S tyle and D khckiition WHITE GOODS WILL BK F'>tJND WERK (îheiiper than any where else in the eity MY WTUOK OK BROWN & ULEACHED COTTON, IRI8II LINEN, LINEN & COTTON SHEETINGS, Ac., j Is unsurpassed by any ever imported. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES J And other goods TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, WHICH 1 WÏLÏ- 'ÏFFÏi: AT VERY. LOW FIGURES! In order to make room for ooraine stock My choap stock Invites special of every cash buyer. attention ta Please call and examine and Jjudge Jfor yonrselves. J. KUHN, juneä Third Street, opposite the B»nk. To the Ladies. rpjIE ATTENTION OP THE LADIES is re»peot L fully called to my large assortment ol DRESS TRIMMINGS, OORSK'-S. PERFUMERY, HOOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY, NUI1IA8. SONT A GS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS; THREAD, NEEDLES, HAIR PINK, GLOVES. PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC — My present stock of— HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Is complete, yourselves. feblS Examine mv stoek and judge for .1ULIU3 C. BOGEL, Corner Main and Lafayette Sts. Attention, Grocers' BUTTER—BUTTER. JtiST ARIUVKD— Vi PACKAGES OF VERY FINE MAY BUTTER, PRIVES REDUCED! JOSnUA BEAL. junel4 brandy i brandy i î JUST RECEIVED—a superior article (for Medi cal use) at ju!yl7 J. JASTREMSKI, Court House Square. whisky I whisky it A FINE artie'e of good Monongahela Whisky, just received and for sale by 3. .IASTREMPKI, jniylî Court House S quare. a few more left. WE n AVE also received 2 dozen PISTOLS, direct from the manufactory, with extra moulds, which they will sell cheap feb20 JASTREMSKI A MoCORMICK. fresii ground corn meal. FAMILIES and Planters in want of & choice article of fresh ground Cern Meal or a strictly cheice article of Whit« Cors, would do well to call upoo [way 12] JOSHUA SEAL gtrtamw, Crotnits, (Etc. just received, A ri»E AiBOKTMtST 0* BUILDERS' AND HOUSEKEEPERS' HABDWABB, —A»»— ^ AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS* OONRIBTIHe or STORE, DOOR and other LOCKS, of »Ii kl*d«. STRAP, T and BUTT HINGER. DOOR and SHUTTER BOLTB. MILL and HANDSAW FILES. RIP, PANNEL and TENON SAWS. SPIKES, FINISHING NAILS and TACKP. HAND AXES and HATCHETS. COLLINS' A HATCH'S AXES. TRACK CHAINS, COLLARS and H AMES BLIND BRIDLES and I'LOW UNES. HASH OORD and WINDOW GLASS. SEWING and PEGGING AWLS. BLACKSMITH SLEDGES A HAND HAW8HRH COPPER RIVETS and BURRS. CEDAR and BRASS CAUCETS— »U »I m ». TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY. SHEARS and 8CIS80B8. WHITELKAD A CHROME GREEN PAINT. BOILED and RAW LINSEED OIL »od P0TTÏ. LIME, CEMENT,PLASTER PARIS, and HAIR. GARDEN WHEELBARROWS, SPADES, SHOVELS and RAKES. COOKING STOVES and CURLING TONGS. WALL PAPERS and BORDERS—new pattern* All of which Will he sold at the very lowest market r<'S. JA 91 K.S BI CVAY, marüT Third Street, opposi te the Bank . PAINTS! PAINTS ! ! PAINTS! M OILS! OILS! OILS!!! JXK'I' KKCKIVED— RAW LINSEED OIL. BOILED LINSEED OIL. SPIRITS TURPENTINE. , NK ATS SOOT OIL. BEST UNCHANGEABLE GREEN IN OIL. BEST DARK CHROME BEST EXTRA LIGHT CHROME YELLOW. BEST PARIS GREEN. BEST AMERICAN VERMILLION. NO. 1 VENETIAN RED, DRY IN OIL. PERMANENT BLACK PRUSSIAN BLUE VANDYKE BROWN BURNT SIENNA. RAW 8IENNA. , BURNT UMBER. RAW UMBER. PUTTY IN BLADDERS. WHITING, FRENCH ZINC IN OIL. STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD. PATENT DRYERS, ETC. For sal# by aprïS JUUIffl C. BOGEL. •To ft ce to Fishermenî JUST RECEIVED, a IAMB OTOCK OF I'tHCll SILK LINES. PERCH GRASS LINES. TBOtIT LINE 8—large and small HOOK 8—of all lia«. FLOATS, SINKERS, Ac. Which we offer at reduced price* I JASTREMSKI Jk MoCORMICK, m ay I" Third St., nearly opposite the Bank. COOKING STOVES, COOKING 8TOVE8, COOKING STOVES, COOKING 8TOVE8, COOKING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, TINWARE, TINWARE, TINWARE. TINWARE, TINWARE, TINWAEF CROCKERY WARE, CROCKERY WARE, CROCKERY WARE, CROCKERY WARE, CROCKERY WARE, CROCKERY WARE GLASS WARE, GLASS WARE, GLASS WARE, GLASS WARE, GLASS WARE, GLASS WARE, A large and complete assortment of the above articles have just been received and are offered at low rates, by JULIUS C BOGEL, fehl3 Corner Main nnd Lafayette Sta. SHOTGUNS, RIFLES, POWDER, SHOT, PERCUSSION CAPS, SHOT POUCHES, GAME BAGS. For sale by febl3 JULIUS C. BOGEL, Corner Main and Lafayette Sta. POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY, DOOR AND PADLOCK8, HOES. SPADES and SHOVELS, WOOD SAWS, FII "Ï8, NAILS, of all Bizes For Hale at J. C. BOGEL'S, fehl 8 Family A Plantation Supply Store. Powder, Shot and Capo. AMMUNITION of varloiu qualities, just re ceived from St. Louis, and for sale by th* undersigned, consisting of RIFLE POWDER in Kegs and Cans. SHOT of various numbers. CAPS— G. D.'» and Waterproof. F. OTTO, octl2-tf Corner of Third and Laur«) 8t* shot guns, rifles, jpiSTOLS and POCKET KNIVES^ For *a1e by jyv JULIUS 0. BOGEL. tobacco! tobacco!! A LARGE lot of the beet brands of CHEWING TOBACCO, »seh as— MACKIMAOK, MAY APPLE, NATURAL LEA*., Just, received and for sale by f. otto, aug26-tf Corner Third and Laurel Sta. 15 water buckets. DOZEN just received from Boston. nsay2C J08HDA BEAL. flour! flour!! SOM E of the very finest made, now in (tore ao4 for sale by [June.'«] JOSHUA BSAL. lard! lard!! LARD in kegs, barr»ii «q j fcalf barrel*. < j«a«2 J08HUA RKA&