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ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN Broad Gauge TIA CINCINNATI, or UllBANA, GALION, or MANSFIELD, or CLEVELAND, or CORRY, or SALAMANCA, TO OB FROM New York, Boston, Pittsburgh, Phllndelphla, Baltimore and Washington City. THIS IB THE ONLY ROUTE TO THE oil regions of pennsylvania PAP8ENGKKS who wish a Quick and Comfortable Trip will apprec iate the SmcXKb and Perfect Track, the I uxui i' us Day Cars, and the Magnificent Sie ping Coaches, the Excellent Dining Halls, with ample tinn for Meals, a;id the Prompt Time and Sure Connections of the AMautic& Great Western Railway! Fare as Low and Time as Unkk as by i any oilier itoule. THROUGH TICKETS* BAGGAGE CHECKS No. 233 It * oa iway. New York ; No. 15 State street and öi fcli'ioi btieet, Boston ; Depot and Union Offices, Cleveland; No CÖ Clark street, Chicago; In Cincinnati, at No 8» West Fourth street; N E. corner Broadway and Front streets; 115 Vine St.; at U. S. Mail Liue Steamers' Landing, foot of Vine street, and at New Passenger Depot of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway; in j.ouisvil e at S W. corner Main and Thi-d 8ts, un it 25 Fourth street, and at the offices of Con necting Lines. d. MoLAREN , General Superintendent. E. F. FULLER, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. mar2l Call at N. Wax's NEW STORE FOR TIIE FOLLOWING ARTICLES: A BtRRELH Choice Peach Blow Potatoes, 4tV/ oarrHs Pink Eye Potatoes for planting» : 20 barrels Choice F our, 2u wicks Choice Flour, 4 barrels Pickles, 'Z barrels Sauerkraut, 3 barrels Choice No. 1 Mackerel, 10 barrels Aeso ted Liquors, ô hall barre's Pigs' Feet, 3 bal' barrels Pickled Tongues, 3 half barrels Golden Syrup, 2 half »»arrels Spare Ribs, 1«) boxes Kai.-ius, 25 boxes Soap, 20 boxes Assorted Crackers, 2 boxes Candies, 20 boxe* C.tmile*, ß loxes Vermicelli, 4 boxes Macaroni, 4 boxt-s Codfish, 1000 riear Sides, 1600 Smoked Mioulders, 5 kegs F re h Western Butter, 6 l^egs Fresh iioshen Butter, kejis Fresb Holland Herrings, 8 tierces Lard, 6 kegs Lard. AI po , a full assortment of Wines, Liquors, To bacco, Cigars, Crockery, Tin and Willow Ware, Just received at N. WAX'S NEW STORE, dec25. Opposite the Court House. AT HEADQUARTERS. QOnn BUSHELS White and Yellow Corn. 600 .. Saint Louis Oats 5o Bags .. .. Bran, 50 Haie? extra .. .. Hay, 160 B rre's fresh ground FJour, 6000 Pounds (ireen Meats, 2500 Pounds sugar cured Hams, 3u Kegs leaf Lard, 3 ) .. spiced Pi^s'Feet 50 Barrels Irish Potatoes, 3») .. Mess and Prime Mess Pork, 15 Box s a -Borted Crackers, 10 .. cho ce Factory Cheese, 6 .. Mac A >'ac Tobacco, 75 Barrels Cape Lime, 25 Bags coar e and fine Salt, 0 Doz n Plantation H «mes and Collars, 4 P.oxes chopping Axes, 10 Bags Kio Coffee, 5 barrels Louisiana Rice, 50 boxes Janoles and &oaps, 6 Coils Hope for Plough Lines, 15 > Reams Grocer's Wrapping 1'aper. The above lot of goods now in More and ware house, and ottered to my friend* and customers at their current value. m.,r9 JOSHUA BEAL SUNDRIES, SUNDRIES. "D A BOXES Englith Dairy Cheese, JL\J 10 .. largH Factory Cheese, 10 kits No 1 Mackerel, 10 boxes Codfish, 10 .. small Herring, 10 tubs Dairy Butter, 2 barrels N. T. buckwheat, 25 b irrt Is Plants' Best Extra Flour, Just stored and for sale by __^arl2 JOSHUA BEAL. NO DOUBT OF IT! PLANTERS who are now purchasing Corn and having it carried to mill are invited to scale tbe meal thus obtained and then make their fig ures. 1 will venture to suggest that a compari son of my prices lor meal with the number of pounds « btained in each case, will prove, beyond a doubt, that it is cheaper to purchase the Meal of me, th ui as now buying and drawing Corn for yourself and miller Perhaps a more accurate plan were to weigh the product in sifted meal, in each case as above named. 1 think the result would show a greater difference in actual pounds of breadstuff. To those who are scrupulous as to what they eat, 1 wouid also ndd that no corn is mil ed an my premises without first being thoroughly cleansed by proper machinery. mar26 JOSHUA BEAL TRY IT, TRY IT, TRY IT. PLANTERS, practical men icho have tried it, have often iLformed me, that iu consequence ol the superior milling, two barrels of Meal from mv mill were equal, in meal, to three barrels of the poorly milieu Corn usually produced at coun try mills. The deduction is that there is more economy in m iking a direct purchase of Meal from my Mill, than to purchase Corn and carry it to mill. [ieb2J JOSHUA BEAL GET YOUR BAGS READY! FARMERS AND RETAIL GROCERS, are re spectlully notified that in ten days from date, I shall be prepared to furnish any quantity of Bolted and Unbolted White Corn Meal, ground on the spot and fiom day to day, as required. I guarantee an ar f cle superior to any Western pro luct and at prices that must give satisfaction. Provide your bags and barrels, and when ycu pay for 100 pounds you will get it. B >1 ted Meal will be 8<>ld iu quantities at so much per hundred pou. ids. [mar9j JOSHUA BEAL DRY AND GKEE1V HIDES. I WILL give th*) highest market prioe for Dry, Green aud Salted Hides delivered at my store, No. 25 Lafayette «tiret When you kill calves and t>«eve>, reinemb r that econrmy Is the roid to wealth—save the Hide, and bring them to me and gdt greon and red backs for them L. KUNDERT, dec6 No. 25 Lafayette street. TRY IT! TRY IT YOU who take it fnr ergnted, that Wheat Bran ass feed for Milch Cows. is cheat egt and best, would do well to consider the high prices they now pay for the Bran, and make a practical trial of the relative valuts ot the two. Old prac tical feeders make large use of Cora Meal as of most value. jani9 JOSHUA BEAL RIFLES. HENRY'S 16 Shot K.fle ; calibre, 23-100. Wes son's Bree li Lo ding ltifle ; Cilibre, 22-00 J Keutucky Muzzle, do. do., 31-lUO. Jost re ceivtrd at declS BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY &TORE. c 10A L OIL at Ieb5 G. D. W ADDILL'8, Main street, near Thir?. Drags, ÜUöicines, tel. T&ESH MEDICINES, drugs, perfumeries. —And— MISCKL.liANEOU S ARTICLES. ü THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully gives notice that he hai always om hand a fresh supply of jyi EDICIN ES, ETC., Which they guarantee to be pure ; also choice assortment of PBHFTJMERY, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris ing— LUBIN'S. Madam DURAND'S, BAZIN and WRIGHT'» A fine assortment of ESSENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS —AND— SCENTED SOAPS. AU kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS Pare LIQUORS, vii: French and American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Bye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA, Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, French Patent Medicines, vi*: SIROP DE BRIANT, SIROP DE FLORE, SIROP DE LAMOURIEUX LIQUEUR LATILLE. ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIROUX, injection bran, LEROY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEGUIN, PERCHLOaMER DE FER DE PHA\ ART HUILLE DE FOIE DE MORUE DE T >UGIIS, .. (de Ilogg. Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot oi Paten t Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received GOAL OIL and COAL LAMPS— û variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. pr All order» from the country care/My pu up and promply attended to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, iy Btore nearly opposite the Branch of the Lousiana State Bank. jull j7 JASTREMSKI & BR0., Druggists and Apothccariu, COUET HOUSE SQUARE, Corner St. Ferdinand and Africa Sts. THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to an nounce to the public, that they are pre pared at the above place, to fill a 1 orders and prescriptions. They now have on hand, and will constantly keep, a full supply of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, Ac., FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES, ' PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, PISTOLS, * CUTI. ERY, GUNS, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, &c. Special care and attention will be given to the prescription department, with that view, an experienced Drugirist, PAUL BESSY, will always be found in attendance a all hours. nov29 J. JASTREMSKI & BRO. 6. D. WADDILL, HAVING purchafed the DRUG STORE, on Main St., I'aton Rouge, known a# "HAYNES* DRUG STORE," respectfully informs his city and country friends that he is prepared tu furnish, and will keep constantly on hand, supplie» of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES) PERFUMERIES, and all other articles in his line. Ashareolthe public patronage is respectfully solicted. nov24-tf JUST RECEIVED, A F EES H SUPPLY OF American and Foreign DRUGS, CHEMICALS. —and— PATE'NT MEDICINES, 4a30, a choice lot of HAVANA CIGARS, Maryland and Perique TOBACCO, French Tooth & Hair BRUSHES, Fine Toilet SOAPS, PERFUMERY, all kinds ALSO, A SELECT ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, &c. together with FIREWORKS, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., «fco., at J. Jastremski & Bro's. Drug Store, nov29 Near the Court liouse. FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. Sirop lactucarium, SIROP DIGITALE, 8irop briant, 8irop flor, french ood liver oil, syrup phosphate of iron lfckoy purgative, LIQUEUR lavillk, GUILLI ANTI GLAIREUX. The above for sale at JOHN V. J ASTREMSKI'S maylS Drug Store. JUST RECEIVED^ A L1BQI ASSORTMENT OF FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. n. b.—every p» r e r «old warranted fresh and genuine— no humbug. JOHN JASTREMSKI , dec20 Brag store on Third Street. Skillets «nd Ovens, by whole _I_J sale or retail. mar5 JAMES JIcVAT. Ncœ ©rleaits Uusincss (Earbs. RICE BROS. & €0.» 94 and öö CAMP street, —AND— 505 MAGAZINE STREET, NEW ORLEANS. HARDWARE, NAILS, GUNS, CASTINGS, CUTLERY, Carpenlers'»nil Corpers' ICDGE TOOLS, HOUSE FI!Rt*ISiilNG GOODS, fclLVER PLATED TABLE WARE. MANUPACTURKR8 07 PLAIN TIN and JAPAN WARE, STOVES, for School House«, Chuiches, Assembly Rooms, Ship's Cabooses A STEAMBOAT STOVES, THE KNICKERBOCKER —AND— , ECONOMIST HANGE, For Hotels and Restaurants. Sole agents for the sale of the celebrated "BLUE RIBBON" C11ARTER OAK COOKING STOVE, FOR FAMILY USE. mar!9-6m GRIFFIN & PORCH, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 37 & 39 Tciioupitoulas Street, oct!8-6m NEW ORLEANS, LA. P. F. GOGARTY, Catholic Book & Statiouery Store, 151 CAMP STREET, Opposite S£. Patrick's Church, octl3-6m NEW ORLEANS, LA. COM. MER. & COTTON FACTORS. WARE A BROTHER, (H. H. Ware. James T* Ware,) General Commission Merchants and Cotton Factors, Particular attention paid to sell ing V\ool. No 133 Gravier street. octl3-ly WHOLESALE FISH MERCHANTS O D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas street, O* Special attention given to sehing Mackerel Uidfish, herring, Lutter, Cheese and Lard, novlö-ly WHOLESALE CLOTIIIJSG. rM<)RSE & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, • 31 Chartres street, corner of Customhouse, nov22 ly JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. GKHUNIO, Artist in Ilair, and Dealer in • Watches and .Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for the best lla»r Work. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. KIKM ANN, Watchmaker d6-ly JEWELRY AND F^ANCY GOODS. Ab GKIöWOLD & CO., (old firm of Hyde & • Goodrich, established ftfty years), Manu facturers at*u importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols ; Cor».er of Canal and Royal streets. novl5-iy FANCY GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. BPIFFKT, 127 Canal s 're et, Tojrs, Perfumery, • Combs, »'rushes, Buttons, Tapes, Needles, PiiiS. Cutlery, Plated Ware, Dress Trimmings, îion nets, e c. novl0-ly MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, &o. W DAUPHIN & CO.. 66 Customhouse street, • Mill nery, .Straw Goods, Trimmed Hats and Honnets. novl-ly DENTAL MATERIALS. A A. FA Y KRvVtOATHf* R, New Orleans Den • tal Depot, Ui fit. Charles street. Estab lished, 1*55 mar7-iy CORN, OATS AND HAY. G KO KG «• E. SEARS, General Commission Mer chant and Dealer in Hay, Corn, Oats and liran. No. 94 Magazine street. novl0-ly HARDWARE, BELTING, &c. J P. BAQUIK, 93 Msg: zme street, Hardware, • Paints, Oil, U -, e. Twine. Agent for C. R. Kirschbaumes Cutkrj, Bölingen. dtc6-ly HARDWARE, UELTING, ETC. BO •- T I C K & b E Y M O U Ii, 33 Fulton street, Whole ale Dealers in Metals, Hardware, î-hip Chaiid er} , Steamboat and Railroad Supplies. Apents, for New York Belting anu Packing. novl5-ly PAPER WAREHOUSES. CRESCENT CITY WAREHOUSE—Gordon & Iltrrick, 91) Magazine street, Dealers in Pa per aid Agents for l'amer Rag Manufactory. novl0-iy WHOLESALE DRUGGIST. F P. D U C 0 N G É , Importer and Dealer in • French, Ame-ican A English Drags, Chemi cals. Per.umery, Paten f Medicines, Sorpicaî In struments, Trusses, Bruahesand Drugg ßts' sun drie , No. 89 Chartres street. Established in 18-9. oct2U-ly CONFECTIONERY. NORMAN & RE!;S, Manufacturers of Vermi celli Macaroni, Extract of Coffee, Conlec lienery, Spices and Chocolate, 123 uld I.evee street. nov2i-ly SOUTHERN WHISKY DEPOT. TUO. KLEINI'ETER, No. 13 Front street, New Urleans. for i;n and Eomestic Liquors, Soathfin Whisky (.um $t 6i to 25 per gallon. apr2-y FI A NOS AND MUSIC. ZORN 4 1 »I Ki;. î) i Camp street, constantly on liar ; fi.st- .nSs Pianos, Pleyel's, Martins andOmr; ' f ti,. c« lebrated Cycloid,Ac o20-ly 1'IANOS AND MUSIC. InVi ^ GRUNEWALD, Music, Importer of Mu J sical Instruments, Pleyel Pianos, Hteinway a .-i;iih' Cbickering's and Gabler's, 129 Canal octl3-ly FOUNDRIES. LEP'D>' FOUNDRY, Corner of Delord and Fou cher streets. Manufacture fcteam Engines, 15 -iters, tuv'ar Mills, £aw Mills, Cotton Presses, ^ew^ll Screws, and all kinds of Plantation and steamboat works nov22-ly HOTELS. CITY IIOTET,, Corner Camp and Common St«., R. 8. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, La. dec22-Jy MARBLE WORKS. STROÜÜ'S MARBLE WORKS,established 1830, 104 St Charles street, Monuments, Toiubs, Head Stones, Mantle Pieces, Grates, Slate, 8oap Stone, etc. octl3-ly SEWING MACHINES. SOUTHERN FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Noiseless Machine of Wilcox & Gibbs, will sew, hem, fell, braid, t' ck. gather, quilt, cord and embroider with satisfac'ion. Agents wanted at No 5 öt.Char es street, Box 386. octl3-ly PERUVIAN BARK BITTEKS. CELEBRATED TONIC. A Certain Cure for Fever and Ague, ^ KOUNS A BKO, 56 Common street, New vX• Orleans, Wholesale Agents. Manufactured by i». M. Pkbl A Co., Whosesale Druggists, 1^4 Chartrcs 8treet - Ntw Orleans. apr2-y ^QQ EEAMS W'KAPPINO PAPJiK, just re ceived at JJKAL'a BOOK & VARIETY STORE. Ncu> Orleans ünsitiess (Earös. W S. FI1CB. t. M. LAPETF.HC A. BROTHER PIKE, LAPETKE & BROTHER, B ANKEKS dealers ih FOREIGN 8L DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS , SiOCKS, COIN AND TTisroTjnitEi^rT NOTES. OFFICE ON CAMP STREET, Between Cbnal and Common Streets, decl7-y New Orleans, La. R. STPRZENEGGER, importer of k dealer in Foreign & Domestic Fancy Goods, notions, etc., No. 43 Old Levee St. NEW ORLEANS. GOODS sold at New York prieen. Mr. A. Drnis, formerly with Meftsre. F. Kimaiiho à Neyrey ii connected with thia house. mar'2t>-y LEE CRANDALL & CO., COTT(fN FACTORS — A nd — General Commission Merchants, NO. 198 Q RAVIER STREET, oct2 Sew Orleans, La, i. a. banks, i V. W, LORINO, / j tom btnü • a. w. yen RANKS, L0RING & €0., Commission •merchants, —And— COTTON FACTORS, No. 180 Common streq£f feb27 NEW ORLEANS, LA. Sam'l. Barrett. Uhas. LkSassier. BAERETT & LeSASSIER, COTTON FACTORS —and— COf^l MIS'N. MERCHANTS, No. 118 Carondelet Street, july24-y NEW ORLEANS, LA. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH, Removed from Cor. Oravier St. and Bank Place to NO. 03 MAGAZINE STREET, BETWEEN P0YDRAS ANO LAFAYETTE STS. H. CASSIDY, Sail Maimer, TENT, AWNING AND FLAG MANUFACTORY. importer asd dealer in Every Description of American an<l English Light and Heavy Can vas, French and English Buntings, 4c., &c. Pays strict attention to making in a superior manner, all sorts ol Fancy Boat & Yacht Sails ; also, eTery description of Wood and Iron Krame Awnings, fur Stores, Galleries, Offices, Steam boats, Ac., at moderate prices Every description of Camjt Furniture, such as Portable Camp Cots, Chairs, Stools, Ac., always on hand in any quantity. Also every • description of American. Foreign and Fancy Flags, Steamboats' and ships' Burgees, Jack Pennants, Ac., Ac., on hand and made to order. Fall Hopes, Slings, etc., furnished at a moment's notice Blocks of every description strapped. TRUNKS NEATLY REPAIRED. N. B.—Particular attention paid to getting up in superior style and finish, a I sorts of Plain 01 Fancy Embroidered Milk Flags or Ban ners tor Military or other Companies ; and also, to the Manufacturing of Circus Tents, having had much experience in that line. All articles of Ca/ivas will be warranted prool against rot or mildew. septS NFW ORLEANS Carpet Warehouse 19 CHARTKES STREET, lletween Canal and Customhouse. Wi have on hand and are receiving a large assortment of CAUPETINGS CF ALL KINDS, BÜCH AS— MED ALION, INGRAIN, VJSLVET, VENETIAN, WILTON, IIÜ.MP, «KUSSELS, COTTAGE, Ac., TAPtSTRY, RÜGS, 3 PLY, MATS, ENAMKLCLOTH.-; of various qnalities andcolors ÏLOOR OiLCLOTIlS,all w dthsand qualities MATTING, White, Checkered and Fancy. WlNDeVV SHADES, CORNICES and BANDS, TABLE and PIANO COVERS COCOA MATTING, HAIR OILCLOTHS, Etc., etc., etc. AU f which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturers' prices, for cash. augâ-iy A. BKOUSSEAU & CO. PAPER, STATIONERY —and— F A JM C Y_Gr OODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a large slock of POINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAG8, BLANK BOOKS. STATION EKÏ ofall kinds, •Ao.i fc'/CNCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening Mar and ship Freedom— 44 cases CAP and LETTER PA PER. 40 reams COTTON 8AMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATK 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 160,000 PAPER BAGS, all sizes, from H to 2ii It OOMBS, needles, PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, And a general assortment of FANCY GOODS. Fo aale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, ju);18 96 and 93 Common street. Neto ¥orfc &ïrbertisement. Great Distribution EY'THE v American Jewelers' Association, DEPOTS: 87 <è 89 Nassau, 54, 56 é 58 Liberty St., . new york city. Of Rosewood Pianos and Melodeons, Fine OH Paintings Engravings, Silverware, Gold und Silver Watches, aod Elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, Coral, Flo rentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens, with Gold and Silver Extension Holders, Sleeve Buttons, Seta ef Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Gold Chains, Ac., VALUKD AT *1,000,000 for one dollar, which they need not pay until it is known what is drawn and its value. THE AMERICAN JEWELER8' ASSO CIATION calls your attention to the fact ol its being the largest and most popular Jewelry Association in the United States. The business is and always has been con ducted in the most candid and honorable manner. Our rapidly increasing trade is a sure guarantee of the appreciation of our putron» for this method of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods. The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing to the late German War and recent disastrous financial crisis in England, has caused the failure of a large number of Jewelry Houses iu London and Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice, in some instances less than one-third the cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased very largely of these Bankrupt Goods, at such extremely low prices, that we can afford to bend away Einer Goods, and give better chances to draw the most valuable prizes than any other establish ment doing a similar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEAiSK, and we respectfully so licit your patronage, as we are confident of giving the utmost satisfaction. During the past year we have forwarded a number of the most vuluable prizes to all parts ot the country. Those who patronize us will receive the full value of their money, as no article on our list is worth less than Une Dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, and the articles drawn will be immediately sent to any audress by return mail or express. The following parties have recently drawn valuable prizes from the American Jewelers' Association, and have kindly allowed the use o 1 their names : Charles J Hunter, Esq. Treasury Department, Washington, D C, Piano, vaiue $1300; Miss Anna G Yales, 62 St. Mark's Place, N. Y, hewing Ma chine. value $75," lir g Geu L L Hanson, U S Vols, Nashville Teno, Silver l ea Set, value, $150; Mis» Emma Hunter, 68 Front St, Harrisburg, Pa, Sew ing Machine, value $60; Lieut Col W Chittenden, Quartermaster, Loui-viile, Ky, Gold Watch, value *'SO; W 8 Haines, Ü47 King St, Charleston, S C, Silver Watrh. value $50; A Johnson, E.^q, Editor Munkaieur Pioneer , Muskateur, Minn, Ladies' Kuaa.eled Watch, value *100, S Lee, E»q, Pres't Colorado and Ked Bank Mining Company, San Krancisco, C'a 1 , Melo>flton, value $200; A s Long, Esq, Principal E.khart Collegiate Institute. Elk hart, N J, Diiinond Pin, value $200; R M Long -treet, Montg mery, Ala, Music Box, value $75; K hv Isaac Van Duz*r. Albany, N Y, Gold Lined 1'inii.g .^et, value J300; Miss t'lara Lueuguer, Day ton, Ohio, Pianulorte, value $400, and Diamond Pin, value $175 ilnny names could bo placed on the List, but we publish no names without peimission. Our patrons are de-ired to »end United States Currency when it is con vnnient. PARTIAL LIST OF ARTICLES Sold for One Dollar Each, Without regard to value, and not to be paid lor until you know what you aro to receive : 15 Elegant Hosewood Pianos, worth from $200 to $450 15 Elegant Melodeoos 175 to 250 50 Firbt Class tawing Machines 40 to 300 75 Fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100 1Ô0 Fin«?Steel Kugraviugs, framed.. 20 to 30 50 Music Hoxes 25 to 40 150 Revolving Paient Castors, 8 lver 20 to 4w 50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets. . 20 to 85 400 Sets of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 40 150Uoid Hunting Case Uuld Watches, warranted 50 to 150 100 Ditmcnd Kings, cluster and sin gle stone... 75 to 260 175 Gold Watches 85 to 150 300 Ladies' Watches 60 to 100 500 Hiver Watches 20 to 75 Diamond Fins. Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladies' Sut.* of Gold and Coral, Jet and Gold, Florentine, Mosaic, Lava and Ca meo; €ets of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Plain and Chased Gold Kings, Gold Thim bles, Lockets, New Style Belt Buckles, Gold Tens and Pencil», Gold Peus wîth Gold and Silver Extension Holders, and a large assortment of Fine Silverware and Jewelry of all description, of the best make and latest styles. A chance to obtain any of the above A rticles fur GAE DOLLAli, by purchasin g a sealed envelope for 25 cents. EÛT Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for#l; Thirty for $5; Sixcy-five for $10; One Hundred for $15, Agents wanted everywhere« Unequaled inducements offered to Ladies and Gents who will act as such. Our descriptive cir culars will he sent on appli ation. Distributions are made in the following man ner:—Certificates naming et»ch article and ittr value are placed in scaled envelopes, which well mixed. Une of these envelopes containing the Certificate or Order for some article, win okm delivered at our office, or sent by mail to any ad dress, without regard to choice, on rece pt of 25c. On receiving thr Certificate the purchaser will see wh it article it draws and its value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR, and receive the article named, or can choose any other one article on our list of the same value. Purchasers of our /Sealed Envelopes may, In this manner, obtain an article worth from one to five h un died dollars. Long letters are unnecessary. Have the kind ness to write plain diiection^. and in choosing diiiereot articles trom those ffrawn, mention the style desiied %» Orders for 8RALKD ENVELOPES mu.«t in every c*s»? be accompanied with the cabh, with the name ot the person sending, and Town, County and i^tate plainly written. Letters should be addressed to the Managers, as follows; SHERMAN, WATTS & CO., 37 <te 39 Nassau STREET, oc20-6m New York City. EXCELSIOR I JI cm' s 1toots and Shoes, BOYS' BOOTS & SHOES, OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS of pittern aaa home-made and üast-l em mnnufifiure. 1 hnv.- tl.e largest and floest itock of' th»- at civ- ilinT evur w .« in Baton Rouge, and to crown all 1 win -ell at prireR to suit the million Cnrae or,», c ■ * all—walk up to the old City Shoe Store a&d lie shoa in f-isMonai le style. L. KONDEBT, dec® No. 25 Lafayette street. m ÎLegal Kotices,&c. STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH Ju dicial- Dibtrict Court—Parish of East Baton Bouge— Succession of V. Porcz— No. 911. WHEREAS, Jacob Seitz, has filed with the Clerk of said Court, a final account of his administration in the above succession. All parties interested, are hereby noti fied. that any opposition to the same must be filed within ten "days Irom the first pub lication hereof. Witness ray hand and seal of said Court, this 13th March, 1867. M B. F. BBYAN, Clerk. STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH ju dicial District Court—Parish of East Bu Baton Bouge— In the matter of the Suc cession of Joseph Sims, deceased—No. 741—Probate. WHEKE4S, Hannah Corder, widow of Joseph Sims, deceased, of said parish, has this day applied to bo appointed Administratrix of the succession of the said Joseph Sims, deceased. Thereupon, notice is hereby given to all persons interested therein, to shew cause, within ten days from the first publication hereof, why said appointment should not be made. Witness my hand and seal'of Office, . this 18th March, I8G7. ( L ' 8 j JAMES COOPER. . Deputy Clerk, STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH ju dicial District Court— Parish of East Ba ton Rouge—Succession of Elizabeth, Krumholdt, deceased —No. 947. WHEKEAS, David R. Stiiiffet, of said parish has this day petitioned the Court to be appointed Administrator of the succession of Elizabeth Krumholdt, deceased. Therefore, notice is herlby given to all persons interested therein, to show cause within ten days from the first publication hereof, why petitioner's pjrayer should ij^t be granted. Oiven under my hand and seal of office, this 25th March, 18t>7. mar28 JAMES COOPER, Deputy Clerk. STATE OF LOUISIANA-PARISH OF East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court—Succession of Homer il irues -No. 567. WHEREAS, Charles Ruston, Admin istrator, has this day filed an ac count of his administration in the above succession. All parties interested aro hereby notified th"at any opposition to the same", must bo filed within thirty days from the first pub lication hereof. Witness my band and the seal of said Court this 4th day of March, j I a. d ., 1867. r f B.F.BRYAN, —v ~ marl2 Clerk. STATE OF LOUISIANA-PARISH OF East Baton RQuge—Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court—Succession of David Thomas —No. 901. WHEREAS, J. O. Denham, Admin istrator, has filed with the Clerk of said Court, a final account of his adminis tration in the above Succession. All parties interested, are hereby noti fied, that any opposition to the came, must be filed within thirty days from the first publication hereof. Given under my hand and tho sea< of . said Court, this 27th day o£ March, < » A.D..18G7. I S F. A GALLAUGIIER, * apr2. Deputy Clerk. CITIZENS' Insurance Company of Baton Rouge. Incorporated November 1st, 1806. Office in the Banking House of Hart <£• Ilélert. THIS COMPANY is now prepared to insure azainbt loss or damage by i'ite, Kiver or Marine. Officers: S. M. HART, President,, R. H. DAY, Vice President: F. E. HEBERT, Secretary. Board of .Directors: S. M. HAKT, R. H. DAY, G. GÜSMAN, N. WAX, jam Kg McVay , L. honnkcaze, s. p. GKEVJS8, h. m. FAVKOT, L. L. LAYCOCK. Finance Committee: H. M. FAVROT, L. L. LAYCOCK, G. GU3MAN S. M. HART, Pres't. F. E. II ebebt , Sec'y. novl3-y The King of Pain. WHO HAS NOT HEARD OF THE GRKAT Internal and External Eemedy ? THE KING OF PAIN operates on Chemical ar.d Electric Piinciples and I k the'relore applicable for the cure of all Organic Derangement arising from an improper circulation. As soon as it is applied it almost miraculously kille pain. TRY IT I It cures RHEUMATISM, TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, NEURALGIA, PALPITATION. COLDS, SORE THROAT, COLIC, CRAMPS, SPASMS, DIARKHŒA, COUGHS, FEV KR AND AGUE, And many other diseases, as thousands can tes tily. Whelesale office 201 Canal street, corner of Rampart, New Orltans. I2&~ Druggists supplied on reasonable terms. One of the proprietors of this Great Retnrdy, Dr. GILDEA, will visit Baton Rougeaud prescribe for invalids. Address DRS. COOPER tt GILUKA, apr7-ly Box 341, New Orleans, La. riUCONGE'S PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP STILL continues to er.joy public favor, and in, in fact, the most reliable niedP cine which can be used in COLDS, COUGH8, BRONCHITIS,SORE THROAT SPITTING OF BLOOD and CONSUMP TION. Besides its acknowledged efficacy, it is very palatable, and children take it with pleasure. It is also the cheapest Syrup now in use, as it will keep without fermenting for years after being opened, a:id consequently no loss is sustained by the purchaser. The bottles too, are larger than those of any other Pectoral Syrup. Sold at $1 per bottle by all respectable druggists. E. P. DUCONGE, Proprietor, oct25-6m 39 Chartres street. Genuine German & American MINERAL WAT E RS ! SELIJSR'S WATER, BITTER WATER, CONGKESB WATER, For sale at SARATOGA WATER JOHN V. J ASTREMSKI'S mayli Drug Store.