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sugar-cured hams. WHEN at s loss to procure a fine 11am, don't fill to send or make a call at the store of may2S JOSUDA BKAL teas, teas, teas. THE FINE8T assortment this aide of the Teapot, for sale bjr maySO J08HPA BKAL onions, onions, onions. JUST ARRIVED, twenty barrels choice Onions, 1er Hie low at fmar9] A. JACKSON'S. mackerel, mackerel. 1 A KITS No. 1 Mackerel, Jost stored and for -LU sale at the lowest current rates by june22 JOSHU A BBAL_ ammunition. ammunition. SHOT, assorted siies. POWDER, best In mar ket. CAPS, G. D and Eley's Waterproof. Vor sale by fjanlit] A. JACKSON wines and liquors. [~T WILL be to your advantage to consult wltb L A. JACKSON, before purchasing elsewhere tar and axle grease. THE above-named lubricants always on hand and of best quality. Axle Grease In gallon and half gallon tin cans. Pine Tar in one and two gallon tin cans. j»ne 20 JOSHUA BKAL iiams, hams, hams. IN STORE and for site, low, a choice lot of Can vased Hams, none better in the market. June4 A. JACKSON Lime, Cement, Hair, &c. R the above line of goods call at the store of janl5 JOSHUA BEAL F° large hominy and grits. f AM now manufacturing the above named arti L cles daily. [aprOJ JOSHUA BKAL bread and cares. 1 9 YOU want One Bread and choice Cakei, get your Flour ot augl3 JOSHUA B EAL fresh garden seeds. A8RKAT variety of Fresh Garden Seeds, just received and for sale by N. WAX, jan!5 New Brick Store, near the Courthouse. extra white coal oil. AOOOD supply just stored—prices moderate. augl6 JOSHUA BEAL_ soda crackers. JUST received 10 boxes fresh baked Soda Crack ers [july23J JOSUDA BEAL smoked beef tongues. fUST RECEIVED, one box of tine large Bee I Tongues [marl2j JOSHUA BEAL clear sides and shoulders. 3000 pmjNDa Cl8ar 8id< " ,; 2500 8moked aprlS Shoulder!. For sale very low at A. JACKSON'S corn meal, corn meal. SEVERAL mills but no competition ;when the beit is required everybody sends to June27 JOSHUA BEAL fine white starch. RETAIL DEALERS can save money and trouble by purchasing their Starch of »Ugl5 JOSHUA BKAL bagging, bagging. PLANTERS will Bnd a good iupply of Cotton Bagging at the store of augl8 JOSHUA BEAL soap, soap, soap. FlUILIES AND RETAIL DEALERS can pro cure the best Soaps in market and at favora ble prices at the store of âugl3 JOSHUA BEAL potatoes and onions. CONSUMERS and Dealers supplied at all times with the best Potatoes and Onions that can be procured. (augl3) JOSHUA BEAL 22 factory cheese. BOXES Choice New Factory Cheese jus stored. [sep!2J JOSHUA BEAL HARDWARE, ETC. Window Sashes, Venetian Shutters and Panel Doors. I HAVE RECEIVED and in store, a fine as sortment of Window Sashes with Blinds to ■uit, of the following sizse, viz: 10x13, 10x14, 10x15and 10x16 laches; Panel Doors, 3x7 feet 6 Inches and 8x8 feet, made in the best manner and ofseasonad Lumber, for sale low. junel JAMES MoVAY painters, take notice! I HAVE just received a full assortment of the various qualities of White Lead ajid all the standard colors ground in oil, in cans and packa ges to suit, at reduced rates. marl2 JAMES McVAY. builders, take notice! IUAVE in store 100 barrels Richards' Cape Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris and Hair in quantities to suit purchasers'. octlö JAMES McVAY. to builders. I AM PREPARED to fill orders at short notice for Dressed Flooring and Ceiling, Pannel Doors, Sashes and Blinds of all sizes and quali ties, at lowest market rates. mar5 JAMES McVAY. lumber. I HAVE in yard opposite the Theatre on Third street, 60,000 feet of choice, seasoned Lumber, eomisting of Joist, Scantling, Flooring, Weather boarding, and Inch Plank, for sale at greatly re duced rates. [june29] JAMES McVAY whips. A COMPLETE assortment just received direct from the manuiactory, consisting of Car riage, Buggy, Sulky and Riding Whips ; alto, Dray, Team and Ox-Whips and Lashes. junel JAM ES MoVAY white lead. JUST received, one ton of fresh pure White lead, In 25 pound cans, a very superior artic le and of three different grades and qualities, and will be sold at prices to suit the times. June29 JAM KS McVAY B just received, VERY superior lot of Cooking Stoves. L mar5 JAMES McVAY. cedar buckets. RASS and iron-bound Cedar Bucket?, a fine lot of them. marl2 JAMES MoVAY builders' hardware. A FULL stock on hand, and to arrive dir«c jtx. from the manufactories at the (lazette and Comet Office Building, Third street. d< ^ 18 _ _ JAMES McVAY fire grates. OW is the time to set them, a fine lot jail received. (decl8] JAMES MoVAY. N shot g hns. I AM closing out the balance of my Double Barrel Shot Quns below cost. T8 A. ÄCKSON. sundries. LAMPS, Chimney« and Wicks at G. D. WADDILL'8, feb5 Main street, near Third walking canes. f ULL supply of Walking and Sword Oanea at BEAL'S BOOK à VARIETY STORK . J«18 barry's tricopherous. full supply just received at i 1*18 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY 8TORB HARDW ARE, ETC . JUST RECEIVED A fink assortment of BUILDERS'AND HOUSEKEEPERS hardware, -AMD agricultural implements consisting of STORE, DOOR and other LOCKS, of all kinds STRAP, T and BUTT HINGES. DOOR and SHUTTER BOLT3. MILL and HANDSAW FILES. RIP, PANNXL and TINON SAWS. SPIKES, FINISHING NAILS and TA0K8. HAND AXES and HATCHETS. COLLINS' * HATCH'S AXIS. TRACK CHAINS, COLLARS and HAMES. BLIND BRIDLES and PLOW LINKS. SASII OORD and WINDOW QLASS. SEWING and PEGGING AWLS. BLACKSMITH SLEDGES * HAND HAWSERS COPPER RIVETS and BURRS. CEDAR and BRASS FAUCETS—ail slies. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY. SHEARS and SCISSORS. WHITELKAD * CHROME GREEN PAINT. BOILED and SAW LIN3ERD OIL and PUTTY LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, and HAIR GARDEN WHEELBARROW8, SPADES, SHOVELS and RAKES. COOKING STOVES and CURLING TONGS. WALL PAPERS and BORDERS—naw patterns All of which «ill be told at the very Uwest market ratei. JAMBS McVAY, mar27 Third Street, opposite the Bank. BUILDERS, TAKE .VOTICE! I HAVE IN STORE A PULL SUPPLY OF Boiled and Raw LINSEED OIL SPIRITS TURPENTINE, WHITE LEAD, FRENCH ZINC, and all OIL COLORS, in quantities to suit Furniture & Copal VARNISHES Varnish and Paint BRUSHES, French WINDOW-GLASS and PUTTY. • VENETIAN SHUTTERS and BLINDS of all suitable sizes. Also, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS and HAIR. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, A full stock alway* on hand and for sale at the LOWEST RATES. Now is the leaaon to build and fix up your pro' perty. BRICKS are plenty and cheap and SAND and LUMBER are coming down. Send in your order* and they will be promptly attended to by JAMES McVAY. just received, a riisa supply or American and Foreign DRUGS, CHEMICALS —AND— - PATENT MEDICINES, ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF HAVANA CIGARS, Maryland and Perique TOBACCO, French Tooth <fc Hair BRUSHES, Fine Toilet SOAPS, PERFUMERY, all kind»! ALSO, A SELECT ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, &c. TOGETHER WITH FIREWORKS, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., &c.,at J. Jastremski & Bro's. Drug Store, nov29 Near the Court House. Kreuch Pateut Medicines. JU8T RECEIVED— Leras* Phosphate of Iron, Grimanlt's Syrup Horse Radish and Iodine, Injection Brou, Leroy's Pills, .. Purgative No». 1,2, 3 and 4. Veml Purgative, Birop de Digital« de Labelonye, Fion, Brian t, Lamouroux, Capsules de haqoin, Mathey-Caylns. For «ale at JOHN J ASTREMSKI 'S, juneS Third Street Drug Store. JUST RECEIVED, AH AS80BTMIT OF FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, GENUINE—NO HUMBUG. ju)y27 j. j astremski's, Drug Store, Third etreet. MUSKETS, MUSKETS. —A LOT Of— SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS Well adapted (or Shot Unna, Just received, and for eale at $5.00 each, by J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., apr!8 Near the Courthouse. FRK8H DRUG8 AND MKDI0INK8, a complete assortment at ~ ~ febS munuinin, a eompl O. D. WADDILL'8, Drug Store, Main itrMt DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES'. —And— MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. t THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully gives notice that be has always on hand fresh supply of MEDICINES, ETC., Which they guarantee to be pure; also choice assortment of PERFUMERY, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris ing— LUBIN'S, Madam DUKAND'8, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S A fine assortment of ESSENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS —AND— SCENTED SO A PSv All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATER PUKE LIQUORS, viz i French and American 1IRANDIKS, WHISKY—Ryu and Bourbon. POUT WINK,' SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland U1N, Pure SCHNAPPS, FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. SIROP DE BRIANT, BIROP DE FLORE, MIROP DE LAM0URIEUX LIQUEUR LAVILLE, ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIROUX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE 8EQUIN, PERCH LOitMER DE FER DE PRAV AR. HÜILLE DE FOIE I)E MORUE DE TOUGHS, .. (de Hogg Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot ol Patent Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received COAL OIL and COAL LAMI'8—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. AU orders from the country care/ully pu up andpromply attended to. john v. jastremski, W Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Lousiana State Bank. jull J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., Druggists and Apotliecarics, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Corner St. Ferdinand and Anrlea Sta. fi THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to an- ( nonnce to the public, that they are pre pared at the above place, to fill a'l orders and prescriptions. They now have on hand, and will constantly keep, a full supply of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, 4c., FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, GUNS, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, &c Special care and attention will be given to the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, with that view, an experienced Druggist, PAUL BESSY, will always be found in attendance at all hours. nov29 J. JASTREMSKI & BRO. t G, D. WADDILL, HAVING purchased the DRUU STORE, on Main St., Raton Rouge, known as "HAYNES' DRUG STORE," respectfully informs his city and country friends that he is prepared to furnish, and will keep constantly on hand,supplies of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES* PERFUMERIES, and all otherarticlesin his line. Ashareofthe public patronage is respectfully solicted. nov24-tf JUST RECEIVED, a large lot of Stick Candy, Worcestershire Sauce PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES, in cans, Ac., &c., For sale, very cheap, at july25 SIMON MENDELSOHN'S. WRITING CLASS, ïvïhï KVK8IKG, CO MM EN CIN a AT FIVE V CLOCK, —at— R. D. Wilson's School Room, CHURCH STIgCET, RET. LAUREL AND MAIN. t kkm s moderate. juno4 II. SKOLFIELD. OOAI, OIL. LAMPS, New Patterns. A LARUE ASSORTMENT JU8T RECEIVED, direct from new york, by J. JASTREMSKI «t BRO., aprll Near the Courthouse. GENUINE FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. SIROP LACTUCARIUM, sirop digitale, siroi* briant, SIROP FLOR, FRENCH COD LIVKR OIL, SYRUP PHOSPHATE OF IRON LEROY PURGATIVE, LIQUEUR LAVILLE, GUILLI ANTI GLAIREUX The above for sale at JOHN V. J ASTREMSKI'S mayl2 Drug Store. Genuine German & American MINERAL WATERS ^JELTER'S WATER, } BITTER WATER, CONGRESS WATER, For sale at SARATOGA WATER JOIIN V. J ASTREMSKI'S mayl2 Drug Store tobacco, tobacco. JUST STORED, the following brands, viz: 10 boxes Commonwealth—choice Virginia. 10 boxes Flora Temple—can't be beat. 26 boxes Grape Juice—very Sweet. 20 boxes Sweet Sixteen—so complete. All for sale at the one price store of augl3 andrew J a CKBON '8 NEW ORLEANS CARDS. • Partisan Life with Mosby. By MAJ. JOHN SCOTT, OP FAUQUIER, VA. Late C. S. A. WITH A PORTRAIT OF COLONEL MOSBY on Steel, engraved by Halpin ; also one by Jrwirr, and nearly Fifty Illustrations, em bracing Portraits of Field Officers and Captainsof the Battalion, a Map of Moauv's Confederacy," and numerous spirited Illustrations of Fights, Raids, and Humorous Incidents. Prepared with the sanction and co-operation of Col. Mosby , and sold only by subscription. Agents and Canvassers are wanted to canvass for the above Book, and LIFE OF GENERAL LEE. Address BLELOCK & CO., sept !4 130 Canal Street, New Orleans. com. mer. fc cotton factors, WARE k BROTHER, (H. H. Waro, James T Ware,) General Commission Merchants and Uotton Factor!, Particular attention paid t» sell ing Wool, No. 183 Gravier street. octl3-ly commission merchant. J 8. COPES, Cotton Factor and General Com • mission Merchant, No. fil St. Charles street, corner of Union, New Orleans, La. juneïî-y wholesale fish merchants SD. MOODY A CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas street. « Special attention given to selling Mackerel Codfish, Herring, butter, Cheese and Lard. nov!5-ly wholesale clothing. JMORBE A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, • 81 Chartres street, corner of Customhouse. nov2U-ly jewelry and fancy goods. G BRU NIG, Artist in Hair, and Dealer in « Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Cunal street. Premium awarded at the late Fuir tor the best ilalr Work. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. RIEM ANN, Watchmaker d'i-ly jewelry and fancy goods. AB. GHI8WOLD à 00., (old firm of Hyde à • Goodrich, established öfty years), Manu facturers aad Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols ; Corner ot Oaoal and Royal streets. novl6-ly fancy goods and trimmings. BPIFFET, 127 Canal street, Toys, Perfumery, ■ Combs, Brushes, Buttons, Tapes, Needles, Pia». Cutlery, Piated Ware, Dress Trimmings, RonneU, aie. novlO-iy millinery, fancy goods, &o. W DAUPHIN A CO., 66 Customhoute street, • Millinery, Straw Goods, Trimmed Hat and Bonnet«. novl-ly dental materials. A A. FA Y ER WEATHER, New Orlean* Den • tal Dépôt, 53 St. Charles street. Matab lished, 1865. mnrT-lv corn, oats and hay. GEORGE E. SEARS,General Commission Mer chant and Dealer in Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran, No. 91 Magazine street. novlu-ly garden seeds. EF. VIRGIN, successor to D. Maupay, Dealer • in Seeds, No 104 Gravier street, bet. Camp and Magazine streets, New Orleans. aUK'M-y hardware, belting, ETC. BOSTICK * 8EYMOUR, 39 Fulton street, Whole-ale Dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad Supplies. Agents, for New York Belling and Packing. novl5-ly paper warehouses. CRK8CENT CITY WAREHOUSE —Gordon & Herrick, 99 Magazine street, Dealers iu Pa per. and Agents for Paper Bag Manufactory. novl0-ly wholesale druggist. F P. DUCONGÉ, Importer and Dealer in • French, American A English Drug*, Chemi cals, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Surgical In struments, Trusses, Bruges and Drugu sis' tiun driea, No. 89 Chartres street. Established iu 1829. ocf-iO-ly confectionery. NORMAN A REISS, Manufacturers of Vermi celli, Macaroni, Extract of Cotree, Coniec tieuery, Splcea and Chocolate, 123 old I.evee street nuv22-ly southern whisky depot. THO. KLEINPETER, N o . 18 Front street, New Orleans, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Southern Whisky from $1 65 to $2 25 per gallon, apr2-y pianos and music. ZORN A BREMER, 98 Camp street, constantly on hand first-class Pianos, l'leyel's, Martins and Ouvrier'», the celebrated Cycloid, Ac o20 -ly pianos and music. L0U18 GRUNEWALD, Music, Importer of Mu sical Instruments, Pleyel l'iano>. Stein way A Sons' Chickering's and Gabler's, 129 Canal street. octl3-ly foundries. EED8' FOUNDRY, Corner of Delord and Fou 4 cher streets. Manufacture Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Baw Mills, Cotton Presses, Newell Screws, and all kinds of Plantation and Steamboat works. uov22-ly hotels. CITY HOTEL, Corner Camp and Common Sts., R. 8. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, La. deo22-iy marble works. STROUD'8 MARBLE WORKS,established 1830, 164 St. Charles street, Monuments, Tombs, Head Stones, Mantle Pieces, Grates, Slate, Soap Stone, etc. octl3-ly sewing machines. SOUTHERN FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Noi seless Machine of Wilcox A Gibbs, will sew, hem, fell, braid, tuck, gather, quilt, cord embroider with satisfaction. Agents wanted o. 5 St.Char.es street, Box 386. octlS-ly PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS. CELEBRATED TONIC. A Certain Preventive for Fever and Ague. GL. K0UN8 A BRO., 66 Common street, New « Orleans, Wholesale Agents. Manufactured by Dr. M. PaaL A Co., Whosesale Druggists, 124 Chartres street, New Orleans. apr2-y The Best Cologne Water in Town, 18 prepared amd bold by J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., aug20 Near the Courthouse. SOLE AGENCY —FOB— ÈAST & WEST BATON ROUGE. — »OB— grover St baker's sewing MACHINES, Needle«, Silk* Cotton* Ac,, CORNER OF CHURCH AND FLORIDA UTS., feb!9 F. W. HEROMAN, Agont. 40 Apples, Potatoes and Onions. BARRXL8 now in store and for sale by aug£2 JOSHUA BKAL NEW ORLEANS CARDS. *• 8 - K. laïetkm.. A. BROTHER PIKE, LAPEÏRE & BROTHER, bankers, DIALERS IS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, SIOC'KS, COIN AND XJN CURRENT 3NTOTES. OKKICK ON CAMP STREET, Rotween Canal and Common Streets, decl7-y New Orleans La. R. STURZENEG6ER, importer of à dealer in Foreign & Domestic Fancy Goods : notions, etc., No.4»Old Levee St. NRW ORLEANS. GOODS sold at New York price«. Mr. A. D enib . formerly with Messr«. F. Kimailho à Neyrey is connected with this home. cuar26 -y BELLINGER'S confectionery Corner Canal and Bourbon Sts., F DUMONTKIL,(successor,) will continue thii • flrct-elass establishment, where all orders for Confectioneries, Pastries, Chocolate, Ice Croam, etc., w.il lie filled at the «hortest notice, i lie Saloon, up stairs, will be kept on the same plan Lunches as usual, at al) hour«. Orders 'or Balis, I'nrlies Soirées, anu the country promptly filled. Wines and Liquor«, Preserves and Candied Fruits of the choke t. qualities. F. DÜMONTEIL, m:«yl8-fim Corner Canaland Hourbon Sts. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN TI1E S O Ü T H , Removal from Cor. Cramer St. and Bank Place NO. 'J3 MAGAZINE STREET, W5TWEKN POYDRAS AND LAFAYETTE 8T8, h. cassidy, S ail M a Is. or, TENT, AWNING AND FLAG MANUFACTORY. importer and dbaler in Every Description of American and English Light and Heavy Can van, French and English limiting*, &c., &c. Pay« strict attention to making in a superlo manner, ail sorts of Fancy lioat & Yacht Sails ; also, every description of Wood and iron Frame Awnings, for Stores, Galleries, Offices, Steam* boHts, Ac., at moderate prices Kvery description of Camp Furniture, such as Portable Camp Cots, Chairs, Stools, &c., always on hand in auy quantity. Also every dencription of American, Foreign and Fancy Flags Steamboatand Ships 9 Burgees, Jack Pennants, &c„, Ac*, on hand and made to order. Fall Itopes, Slings, etc., furnidhed at a moment's notice, lilocks of every description strapped. TRUNKS NEATLY REPAIRED. N. B.—Particular attention paid to getting up in superior style and finish, ail sorts of Plain or Fancy Embroidered Silk Flags or Ban ners for .Military or other Companies ; and aiso v to tlie Manufacturing of Clveus Tents, having had much experience in that line. All articles ol Canvas will be warranted proof against rot or mildew. septB NKW ORLEANS Carpet Warehouse 19 CHARTRES STREET, lietwcen Canal andCuntomhouie Wt have on hand and are receiving a large assortment of tAUI'ETINOS OF 1 ALL KINDS 8uoh as— M Kl) A LION, 1NUKAIN, VÜLVET, VENETIAN, WILTON, HEMP, BUUS8EL9, COTTAGE, Ac., TAPESTKY, RUGS, :s t'LY, M A T 8, KNAMEL(JLOTll of varions qualities and colors t'LOOK Oi LCLOTUH, all widths and qualities MATTING, White, Checkered and Fancy. WINDOW SHADES, COIINICE8 and BANDS, TABLE and PIANO COVERS COCOA MATTING, HAIR OILCLOTHS, Etc., etc., etc. All of which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturer*' prices, for cash. auns-iy A. UltOUSSEAU At CO, PAPER, STATIONERY —and— FAN CYjüOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a larye stock of PRINTING, WHITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONER? ofali kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Rec eived per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 44 cases CAP and LETTER PAPER. 4(1 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATES. 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 150,0 110 PAPER BAGS, all sizes, from % to 26S> COMBS. NEEDLES, * PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, Andageneral assortment of FANCY GOODS. Fo sa le at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, julyl8 96 and 9S Common street. ' penitentiary shoes. I WILL keep constantly on hand a large supply of the above Shoes at«^0Hg my shop oc Lafajette street, for sale at wholesale and »©tail, 'iheae Shoes are made under my su pervision and will be sold at old prices. aprl.3 L.KONDERT. a new style of trusses. RKCEIVKD, a fine assortment of Trusses, of an improved patent. Being entirely different to any ever offered for sale in this market. Foi sale at eb20 JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S Matchcs and Laundry Blue. 17A M 11. IKS A \ Ü Ii KT A IL DEALERS can secure Uuillemin H and Choice Laundry Blue (small Koxfcs) at îho *lore of auglO JOSHUA BEAL N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. OBEAT WATCH SALE On the Popular One Price Plan. GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF TEN DOLLARS ! WITHOUT REGARD TO VALIE, and not ï0 be Faid for Unless Perfectly Satisfactory. 100 Bolid Gold Ilnnting Watches $2&0 to 750 100 Magic Caeed Gold Watches.— 200 to 500 100 Ladlea' "Watches, enameled 100 to 300 200 Gold Hunting Chronometer do... 2'.0.to 300 S00 Gold Iluhting English l ever» 200 to 250 300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches... 150 to 200 BOO Gold Hunting American Watches 100 to 250 600 Silver Hunting Levers 50 to 250 600 Sliver Hunting Duplexe« 75 to 250 500 Gold Ladies' Watches 60 to 250 lOOi Gold Hunting Lapines 60 to 75 1000 Miscellantous Silver Watches.... 60 to 100 2600 Hunting Silver Watches 25 to £0 60 00 As sorted Watches, a'l kinds 10 to 76 (9 Every patron obtains a Watifi by this arrangement,, costing but $10, while it may be uorth $750. No PAHTIALITT SHOWN. MESSRS. HII.L, PORTER A CO., 2 and 4 D ry strict. New York , wish to immediately dispose of the above magnificent «took. Certificates, nam ing the articles, are placed in sealed envelopes and well mixed. Holders are entitled to the ar ticles named on their certificate, upon payment of $11, whether it be a Watch worth $750 or lesB. The return of any of our certificates entitles you to the articles named thereon, upon payment, irrespective of its worth, and as no article valued le>8 than $10 is named on any certificate, it will at once be seen that this is NO LOTTERY, But a straight-forward legitimate Transaction, which may be participated in men. by the most fastidious. A single certificate will be tent hy mail, post paid, upon receipt of 25 cents, flro for $1 ; eleven for $2; thirty-three and an elegant premium for $6 ; sixty-six and a more valuable premium for $10; one hundred and a moat superb Watch for $16. To agents or tlioi-e seeking employment this is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted busim-ss, duly authorized by the gov ernment, aad open to the most carerul scrutiny. TET it . Address HILL, POUT Kit & CO., a ug22-4m 2 and 4 D ky S t ., N. Y. Atlantic & Great Western Railway ! Ë The Short and Direct Route to 3STEW YOZRJS:, BOSTON, New Haven. Uridgipoit, Frovlilem-c, Klmlra, Pittsburg, Hunhliui),', Phil adelphia, Baltimore, Washington City AND TO ALI. rOINTS IN NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND —and— PENNSYLVANIA. TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS ieavo Cincinnati uaily, making direct connection with all the principal railways West and South MORNING Ü.XPRESS leaves Cincinnati,(except Sundays,) 0:00 A. M„ arrives in New York next day al3:15 P. M., Boston,G:00 A. M. LIGHTNING I.XPREsS, (except Saturdays ) 7:00 P. JT; arrive in New York second morning at 7:00 A M., Boston, 5:00 P. M . Palace Stateroom Sleeping Coaches, surpasnng in elegance and comiort those on nny other line, are attached to the Lightning Kxpress at Cincin nati, and run through to NEW YORK without change of cars. This is the only Line running Coaches through without change from Cincinnati to New York. Baggage Cheeked through to ull points Ea «t. Ask for tickets via. Atlantic and Great Western Railway, for sale at all principal Ticket and Steamboat Ollices throughout tile South and West. L. D. BUCKEK, General Superintendent.. W. B. SHATTOC, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. sept7 INSURANCE, ETC. CITIZENS' Insurance Company of Baton Kouge. Incorporated November 1st, IM«. Offlee in the Banking Douse of Dart t£- Ilcbert. THIS COMPANY is now prepared to insure against loss or damage by Fire, River or Marine. Officx'rt* : 8. M. HABT, President, B. H. DAY, Vice President; F. E. I1E15EKT, Secretary. (lourd of Directors'. S. M. HART, R. H. DAY, G. GUSMAN, N. WAX, JAMES McVAY', L. HONNECAZK, S. P. GREVES, II. M. FA VROT, L. L LAYCOCK. Finance Committee: H. M. FAVROT, L. L. LAYCOCK, G. GUSMAN S. M. HABT, Pros't. F. E. II ebeut , Soc'y. novlü-y THE HICKS ENGINE. Baton Rouge Agency. TAMES MoVAY having been appointed Agon I for the sale of the celebrated HICKS STEAM ENGINE manufactured at Newcastle, Dei., respectfully informs the public that he is prepared to fill all orders for the same. This Engine commends it self above all others for its supeiior merits, its simplicity, compactness, lightness, durability, accuracy, economy in operation and cheapness of cost. Call and oxamine descriptive cards and circulars, for information as to merits, scale' f ixes, prices,&c. janl'J Independent Packet. STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS CAPT. J. C. DOWTY. LEAVES New Orleans every Satur dsy evening, at 5 o'clock. Leaves Baton Rouge on the returrn trip every Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock. The ST. NICHOLAS is a ited kiver Packet, running to Grand Ecore, but makes regular lime as abovs stated. it. ilil.l.KT'J'K, augl5-;)ui Collector. Jit the JYews Ißepot , at the POST OFFICE —MAT BE HAD— The Latest Weekly Newspapers, PERIODICALSi monthly MAGAZINES, NOVELS SCHOOL BOOKS, STATION Kit Y, Sept8 tf:C.y if<J. Grits, Large Hominy »ml t orn Men I. THK above-named Corn produrt« manufactured 1 daily at the Mills of apr'JT JOSHUA IJKAL