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DRY GOODS & CLOTHING.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!! AND MOKE ON THE WAV —A* Till— people's store, THIRD RTRKKT, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BATIK I HAVE just received a fre«h lot of FALL PHINTB, the oldest and beat brandi, «uch an Merrimack*, DumiellR, Ac. Also, MOURN1NO LONDON PRINTS, solid and figured, A few piece* of fine WHITE FLANNEL left, which will be «old at a bargain. fW The attention of the ladles I n called to the above goods, as It to their advantage to oall at THE PEOPLE'S STORE, septlO A. KOWALSKI, Age nt. fresh supplies —or— DRY GOODS) CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., —AT— j. icxjtansr's, Corner of Main and Lafayette Sts. J KUHN reapectfully Informa hl« friends and customers and the public generally, that he baa juat relumed from New Orleans with a LA KOK and WELL-SELECTED STOCK of Varied Jflerchandise, To which he invltea SPECIAL ATTENTION. A call la solicited from all who are In waot ot excellent goods —IT TBI— MONT REASONABLE PRICES. Juljlfl Public JMltenlton. PARTI KS DESIROOS OF OBTAINING GREAT Bargain« In Dry Goods and Clothing, Boots & Shoes, bad better oall at the Old Sumter House DRY GOODS and CLOTHING STORE, Oorner Main A Third Street, aa Meaara SIMON & KUHN, are determined to sell their preaent »toeIt at prlcea regardless of coat, aa they wish to make room for their large atock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which will be on hand in a few days. Call and examine before purchasing elsowhere and he con vinced that the OLD SUMTER HOUSE I f the eheapett place thla aide of New York. aeptO JUST RECEIVED AT PARKERS. Fine Caaalmere», Call, coes, Cottons (a aplendid line), Drills, Canton flannels, a few Poplins and De> lalncs. Balance of goods to arrive this week All direct from New York, and at lowest living prices. ortM M.C. PARKER JYew »tr rivals. THE UNDBK8IGNKD takes pleasure I d inform log his friends and customers and the pub lic in general, that he is in receipt of, and offering for sale the largest and best selected stock of dry goods, clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, &c., «Ter brought to this market. ootlO L. ROSENFIELD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. HAVINO BOUGHT from Agent» and the larg est houaes in New York, I am no« prepared to underaell any one. My atock in the above de partment comprises— Ladles' Dress Goods, Prints, White and Brown Cotton of every brand, Cloths, Casslmeres, Satinet Jeans, Kersey, Lln seys, Tweeds, Linens, And everything necessary for families. Satisfy yourself at [octIUj L. ROSEN FIELD'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. THIS DEPARTMENT comprises the best se lected goods, aa fellowa: Black Dress Coats, Silk Mixed & Fancy Casslmere Suits, Jean, Satinet and Melton Suits, Fine Doeskin, Casslmere, Tweed and Satinet Pants, Velvet Silk Cloth, Casslmere and Satinet Vests, All selected and made for our trade. ootiO L. ROSENFIELD. THE SHOE DEPARTMENT 1 8 THE BEST ever afforded In thl* market. It comprises the celebrated NEWARK CUSTOM MADE BOOTS -A. 1ST ID SHOES, Which in quality and durability, excel all others and lean now nffxr a FINER SHOE or BOOT than ever was brought here. In LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, They can be found in all styles and qualities, of Philadelphia and hasten make, at low prices. If you want a good Boot or Shoe, at a low price, call on [octlOl L. ROSENFIELD GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. IN THIS LINK, I am able to offer at astonish* Ingly low prices— SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWER8, SOCKS. CRAVATS, And many other articles. To save money, call at octlO L. ROSEN FI ELD'S HATS, HATS, HATS. MADE FOR OUR OWN TRADE, to our order. If you wish a rms HAT, at a low price, see octlO L. ROSENFIELD BLANKETS AND FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION are offered at prices which defy competition at octlO L.-ROSENFIELD'S SOAP AND CANDLES. "I A BOXES assorted weight Candles, 1U 10 boxes German Soap. Jus* arrived and for aale by ect!7 RANDOLPH A BATES JEWELRY, CLOTHING, ETC. EMANUEL FENDLER, IMPORTER OF AND DlâLI* I* FINE GOLD WATCHES rich jewelry, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE Brazilian Pebbled Spectacles, iUi or tub FINEST WORKMANSHIP <k STYLE, WUIOH I CAN BELL Below New Orleans price« ! —ÄUWSOü— A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY (.001)8. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, aa assortment of PLANTATION GOODS. tST" Having reooivod and constantly receiving, direct from New York, good» 'rom the first importing houses exclusively for cash, I am able to compete with any houae in the South. Givo us an early call and you will fiud it to your advantage. E. FENDLER, feb28 Third St., opposite the Bank great bargains DRY GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, HATH, —AND— perfumeries, —AT— II. CZAKMNSKY'S, Main Street, opposite the Harney Haute. MY ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS has been selec t ed with great care by me from the first OLise stores in the city of New Orleans, not luction, although I feel satisfied that those of my friends and customers who will, as in the past, give me their patronage to sell them goods as cheap if net cheaper than those who say they buy their geods at auction. My stoolc consists in part of the following FANCY&. STAPLE DRESS GOODS, DOME8TIOS, calicoes, PIECE GOODS, BONNETS for Ladle« and Misses, SILK CLOAKS, MOZAMBIQUE». ORGANDIES, JACONET LAWNS, PARASOLS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, fans, BOOTS AND SHOES, For Ladles Gentlemen and Children. READY-MADE CLOTHING, Ac., All of which will be sold at very low prices. %* PLEASE call and examine. BP No trouble to show goods ! H. CZARLINSKY, A t P rerdeboait's old stand, novlS Main St., opposite the Harney Boute. Bargains I BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!!! No Humbug! «-COME THIS WAY!"» A. KOWALSKI, Agent of the People's Store, Is now offering his entire stock of RICH BAREGES, GRENADINES, Fine ORGANDY DRESS GOODS, AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION ÖT We call the espeoial attention of the Ladies to our large and carefully «elected stock of % White Geods and Embroideries »"Those who wish a bargain are in vited to give us an early call. Come ont com« all, to THE PEOPLE'S STORE, juue« Third »treet. INSURANCE, ETC. CITIZENS' Insurance Company of Baton Rouge. I ii cor porn ted November let, 1800. Office in tits Banking Boute of Bart <£ Hébert. THIS COMPANY is now prepared to lnsnre against loss or damage by Klre, River or Marine. Officers: 8. M. II AKT, Prosidont, Ii. H. DAY, Vice I'resklont; F. E. HEBERT, Socretary. Hoard of Director«: 8. M. HART, R. U. DAT, 0. OUSMAN, N. WAX, JAMES MoVAY, L. HONNEOAZB. B. P. GREVES, H. M. FAVROT, L. Is. LAYCOOK. 4 finance Committee: II. M. PAVROT, L. L. LAYCOOK, O. GU8MAN H. M. HART, Proi't. F. E. II sbebt , Soc'y. novl8-y BUILDERS, TAKE .VOTICE! I H AVK IN STORE A FULL SUPPLY OP Jioiled and Raw LINSEED OIL SPIRITS TURPENTINE, WHITE LEAD, FRENCH ZINC, and all OIL COLORS, in quantities to Buit 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 always on hand and for sale at the lowest rates. Now is the sxason to build and flx up your pio perty. BKICKS are plenty and cheap and SAND and LUMBER are coming down. Rend in yoor orders and they will be promptly attended to 1>J m4 "» JAMES McVAY. French Patent Medicines. JUST RECEIVED— Lerau' Phosphate of Iron, Orlmault's Syrup Horse Radish and Iodine, Injection Brou, Leroy's Pills, Purgative Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. V.ml Purgative, Sirop de Iilgatale de Labelonyi, P.on, Brian t, Lamouroux, Capsules de haquin, Mathey-Caylus. For sale at JOHN JASTREMSKI'8, juneS Third Street Drug Store. SOLE AGENCY — »0B— EAST & WEST BATON ROUGE. —roa— G ROVER & BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES, Nccdici, Silk, Cotton, Arc., CORNER OF CBÜRCB AND FLORIDA STS., febl9 F. W. HEÄOM AN, Agent. WRITING CLASS, EVBRT aVHIKO, COMMENCING AT FIVE O'CLOCK, —at— R. D. Wilson's School Room, CIIURCII STREET, BET. LAUREL AND MAIN tbbm8 moderatb. H. SKOLFIELD. june4 coal oil lamps, New Patterns. A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM HEW YORK, DY J. JASTKKMSKI & URO., aprll Near the Courthouse. MUSKETS, MUSKETS. —a lot or— smooth bore muskets Well atlnpted for Shot Guns, Just received, and for Bale at $5.00 each, by J. JARTREMSKI & BRO., aprl8 Near the Courthouse. JUST RECEiyED, AN ASSORTMENT OF FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, GENUINE-NO BÜMBÜG. (uly2T J. JASTREMSKI'S, Drug 8tore, Third street. just received, A LA BGB LOT OF Stick Candy, Worcestershire Sauce preserved strawberries, IN CABS, Ac., Ac., For sale, very cheap, at julyî» SIMON MENDELSOHN'S. The Best Cologne Water in Town, 18 rBlFARBO AND SOLD BT j. jastremski a bro., *ug2a Near the Courthouse. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. FRESH MEDICINES, drugs, P erfumeries, —And— IHIfiOKlihANEUUil ARTICLE». t Madam DURAND'H, WRIGHT'S f IMIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully gives X notice that he has always oa hand a iresh supply of medioines, etc., Which they guarantee to be pure; also choice «Mortment of pekfumbby, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris '"g— LUBIN'S, BAZIN and A fine assortment of ESSENOES FOH HANDKERCHIEFS —AID— HCEN'rKI) SOAPS. All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERJ PURK LHlUOltS, vit I Krench and American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, FHENCH PATENT MEDICINES. SIROP DE BRIANT, SIROP DE FLORE, ilROP DK LAMOURIEUX LIQUEUR LA VILLE, ELIXIR ANTI-ÜLAIROUX, INJECTION BKA N, LEROY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEGUIN, PERCiJLOitMER DE KER DE PUAN AR, HUILLE DE KOltt DE MORUE DE TOUGIIB, (de Ilogg. Will receive by the next steamer a fresh Int n l'aten t Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received COAL OIL and 00AI< LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on haod. ÖF" A U ordere from the country carefully pu up and promplty attended to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, a-W Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Iiouslana Slate Bank. Jul! J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., Druggists and Apothecaries, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Corner St. Ferdinand and Africa Sts. Ê 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 prescription«. 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, CUTLERY GUNS, Chewing sind Smnklng 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 a' all hours. nov29 J, JA8TREM8KI & BRO. t G. D. WADDILL, Having purchased the drug store, on Main St ., Baton Rouge , known as '•haynes' drug stork," respectfully inlorms his city and country f r iends that he is prepared to furnish , and will keep constantly on hand , supplies of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all otherartlclesln his line . Ashsreofthe public patronage Is respectfully solicted . nov24 - tt JUST RECEIVED, A F RES FI BUPPLT 0» American and Foreign DRUGS, CHEMICALS —and— PATENT MEDICINES, also, a oiioiok ^ot of HAVANA CIGARS, Maryland and Perique TOBACCO, French Tooth & Hair BRUSHES, Fine Toilet SOAPS, PERFUMERY, all kinds" alm0, a select assortment of COAL OIL LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, &c. tooether witit FIREWORKS, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, FANCY ARTICLES, &e., &c., at J. Jastremski & Rro's. Drug Store, nov2B Near the Court House . GENUINE FRENCH patent medicines. glrop lactucari &M, sirop digitale, sirop bkiant, 8ir0p fliik, french cod liver oil, syrup phosphate op iron leroy purgative, liqueur la ville, uuilli anti glaireux The above for sale at JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S may !2 Drug Store . Genuine German & American mineral waters SELTKR'8 WATER, BITTER WATER, CONGRESS WATER, Por sale at SARATOGA WATER JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S mayl2 Drug Store Apples, Potatoes and Onions. /i f\ BARRELS now in store and for sale by aug22 JOSHUA BEAL NEW ORLEANS CARDS. w - WW I. M. LAPETÄBÄ A. BROT IIIB PIKE, LJ1PEYRE& BROTHER, BAN K EKS, dialbb8 ii FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, S70CKS. COIN AND TJ3STGXJ]RR,E3srX IsfoTBS. OFFICE ON CAMP STREET, Between Canal and Common Streets, declT-y NeW ° rlean * La. R. STURZ ENEOKER, IMPOBTIR or k OBAU» IR Foreign & Domestic Fancy Goods : NOTIONS, ETC., No. 430U1 Levee St. NEW ORLEANS. GOODS sold at New York prices. Mr. A. DallB, formerly with Messrs. P. Rlmailho A Neyrey Is connecte'! with this house. mar2d-y Partisan Life with Mosby. By MAJ. JOHN SCOTT, OP FAUQUIER, VA Ijate c. s. a. With a portrait op colonel MOSBY o n Hteel . engraved by ilalhn; alio one byjBWr . rr , ami nnarly Klfly Illustrations , em bracing Portraits of Field Officers and Captalnsof the Battalion , a Map of M obbt 'b Confederacy , and numerous spirited Illustrations of Plght *. Maids , sod Humorous Incidents . Prepared wilh the sanction and co - operation of Col M osbt , and sold only by subsci Iption . AueritH snd Canvassers arc wauled to canvas* for the above be k , and life pf general lee Address blelock & co., septl4 180 Canal Street , New Orleans . COM. JÜJ3R. iL COTTON FACTORS, Ware a brother, (h. ii Ware , James t W are ,) Oenera ! Cotnnii » Hlon Merchant * and Uotton Factors , Particular ntteution |. ai <* to sell ^ooî No 133 Gravier itrect. octlS-ly COMMISSION MERCHANT. J 8. c0pjs8. Cotton Factor ami General Com * • rolmftion Merchant , No . fll Ht . Cbarlen street, corner of Uriiori , New Orleans , •-». juue'^7-,7 WHOLESALE FISH MERCHANTS o d. m oi hi y à co., *7 Tchoupttoulas street . o» Special attention given to selling Mackerel Uodfixh , i lerring , butter , Cheese and Laru . novlft - ly WHOLESALE CLOTHING. J mors k A co., Wholesale Dealers in Clothing , < 81 Chartres street , corner of Customhouse riov '22- ly JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. G ii run ig, Artist in Hair , and Dealer In • Watphms and Jewelry , No . llSCnnal street. Premium awarded at the late Pair lor the best hair Work . Watches and Jewelry impaired and warranted .* a. rikmann, Walciimaker dtl - iy JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. Alt . qri8w0ld A co., ( old firm or Hyde a . Ooodrich , eslab i . heil fifty years ), Manu factuiers aan Importers of Watches , Jewelry . silverware , Cutlery , Onus and Pistols ; Corner of Canal and Royal streets novl5 - ly FANCY GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. Bpifpkt, 127 Canal street , Toys , Perfumery , • Combs , i rushes , Buttons , Tapi s , Needles , Plus . Cutlery , Plated Ware , Dress Trimmings , Bonnels . ec . novlO - ly MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, &o W dauphin a co.. cs Customhouse street , • Mill nery , Slrnw Qoods , Trimmed liât and Bonnets . novl - ly DENTAL MATERIALS. A a. payerweather, New Orleans Den - • tal Dépôt , bs Ht . Charles street . Estab Unheil , 1*50 mar7 - lv CORN, OATS AND IIAY. G kok« K k. HEAltH , Generai Commission Mer - chant and Dealer in llay , Corn , Oats and uran . No . 04 MaKazlne street novlü -ly GARDEN SE£DS. Ef. virgin, successor to d. Maupay , Dealer • in tiecdii . No lui Gravier street , bet . Camp and Magazine streets , New Orleans . aug24 ~ y HARDWARE, BELTING, ETC. Bo s t 1 c k * ö k y m u u k, .'ji Fulton street , v\ hole aie Dealers in Metals , Hardware , thip Chandlery , Steamboat and Railroad Supplies , Agents , for New York Dolling and Packing . novl6 - ly PAPER WAREHOUSES. Crescknt city w a rehouse.— Cordon A lle r ri c k , 'j'j Magazine street , Dealers In Pa - per . and Ageuts for Pai er Bag Manufactory . novlO - ly WHOLESALE DRUGGIST. F p. d u c 0 n u é, Importer and Dealer In • French , Ame ican A English Drofs , Chemi - cals , Perfumery , Patent Medicines , Hurgical In - struments , Trusses , bribes aud DruggiHls ' sun - drie -, No . 89 Chartres street . Established In 1829. oct '20-ly CONFECTIONERY. Norman A Rhlts , Manufacturers of Vermi - c elli Macaroni , Extract of Coffee , Confeo - tienery , Spices aud Chocolate , 123 Old Levee street . nor2 !s- ly SOUTHERN WHISKY DEPOT. Tuo. kle1npeter, No . 13 Pront street . New Orleans , Foreign and Domestic Liquors , Southern Whisky Irom $1 65 to $2 26 per gallou , apr2 - y PIANOS AND MUSIC. Zorn a 1jk km ml, 9h Carat » street , constantly on hand flrst -clnas Pianos , Pleyel 's, Martins aud Ouvrier '*, the celebrated Cycloid , Ac o20 - ly PIANOS AND MUSIC. Louis grunewald, Music , Importer of Mu - sical Instruments , Pleyel Pianoi , Steinway à Sons ' Cbickering ' s and Oabler '8, 129 Canal street . octl8 - ly FOUNDRIES. Leeds' poun'dry. Corner of Delord and Fou - cher streets . Manufacture bte « m Engines , Boilers , Sugar Mill », Saw Mills , Cotton Presses , Newell Screws , and all kinds of Plantation and steamboat works nov2 '2- ly HOTELS. City hotel, Corner Camp and Common 8t >., r. s. Morse , Proprietor , New Orleans , La . dec22-ly MARBLE WORKS. Stroud's marble works, established 1830, 164 St Charles street , Monuments , Tombs , Head Stones , Mantle Pieces , Grates , Siate , Soap Stone , etc . octl3 - Iy SEWING MACHINES. Souther« family skwing machines. Noiseless Machine of Wilcox à Gibbs , will « ♦• w, hem , fall , braid , tuck , gather , quilt , cord and embroider with satisfaction . Açente wanted at No 5 8t . Char es street , Box 386. oct !3- ly PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS. CELEBRATED TONIC. A Certain Preventive for Fever and Ague. Gl. koun8-a h ko., 65 Common street . New • Orleans , Wholesale Agents . Manufactured by Lr. m. P kkl a c » . \v'ho-»»riale Druggists , 124 Chartres street , New Orleans. apr2 - y NEW ORLEANS CARDS. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH, Removed from Cor. Gravier St. and Batik Flan to MO. 03 MAGAZINS STREET, BSTWKEN p0ydrah AND LAFAYETTE BT8. H. CASSIDY, Mall M alter, tent, awifinu and fl. ao manufactory. 1UP0KTKR AKD Dil LIB 111 Every Description of American and English Light Mild Heavy Can vas, Kreuch and English Bantings, * Pay« ntrlct attention to malilog to a iuperio manner, »11 «ort« of Fancy Boat k Vac lit 8a|ls ; alio, erery description of Wood sod Iron Wrama Awnings, for 8tore«, 0 allerlei, Office«, Steam boat!, Ao., at moderate, prices ■t«ry description of Camp Pnriiltar), such M Portable Camp Cote, Chairs, Stools, *e., always on band In any quantity. Also erery description of American, Foreign and Fancy Flags, Steamboats* and »hips' Burgees, Jack Pennants, Ac., Ac., on band and made to order. Fall Ropes, 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 «uperior style and finish, ail sorts ol Plain or Fancy Embroidered Silk Flags or Ban ners for Military or other Companies; and also, to liie Manufacturing of Circus 'l'enta, having bad much experience in that line. All article« or Canvas will be warranted proof against rot or mlldsw. septS new orleanb Carpet Warehouse 19 CHAKTKE8 8TKKKT, Between Canal and Cnstenhouie. W I have on hand and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING» OF ALL KINDS, such ah— MEDALION, INGRAIN, VELVET, VEN ETI AN, WILTON, IIKMP, I1RUHHEL8, COTTAGB. Ac.. TAPBUTRY, RÜ08, 3 PLY, MAT», KNAMKLOLOTUdof various qualities and colors FLOOR O.LCLOTIIH,all width« and qualities MATTING, White, Checkered and Pancy. WINDOW ÜHALK8, OORNICKH and BANDB, TABLE and PIANO 00VER8 C000A MATTING, HA1K OILCLOTHS, Etc., etc., ete. All ef which we offer at moderate advanoea on manufacturers' prices, for eaab. augg -ly _ A. BUUtMNKAU & CO. PAPER, STATIONERY —AND— FANCY_GOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a large stock of POINTING, • • WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOE8, STATIONERY of all kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening Star and «hip Freedom— 44casesOAP and UETTER PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATE*. 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 1 60, 000 PAPER BAGS, all «Ices, from U to 2blb 00MB8, NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, Andageneral assortment of FANCY GOODS. to sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, Julyl8 . V6 and 93 Common street. BELLANCER'S CONFECTIONERY, Corner Canal and Bourbon Sts., F DUMONTKIL,(successor,) will continue this • flrnt-elass establishment, where all orders for Confectioneries, Pastries, Chocolate, Ice Cream, etc., will be filled at the shortest notice. The Saloon, up-stalrs, will be kept on tbe same plan. Lunches as usual, at all hours. Orders 'or Balls, Parités 8olrées, anu the country promptly filled. Wine« and Liquors, Preserves aud Candied Fruits of the choicest qualities. F. DUMONTEIL, mayl8-6m Corner Canaland Bourbon Sts Atiautic& Great Western Railway ! nrrr afr rah r Yl Tbe Short and Direct Bonte to JNTEW YORK, BOSTON, New Haven. Bridgeport, Providence, Elmlra, Pittsburg, Harrlsburg, Phil adelphia, Baltimore, Washington City A WD TO ALL P0IÄTB IN NEW YORK, NEWaENCLAND pennsylvania. two through express trains leave Cincinnat i daily , making direct connection with all the principal railways West and South morning express leaves Cincinnati ,( except Sundays ,) 8:00 a. m„ arrives In New York next day &t3 là p. m , Boston , 6:00 a m. lightning kxpre&s, ( except baturdayr ) 7 : 0(1 p. a", arrive in New Yorit second morning at 7:00 a m , Boston , 6.00 p. m . Palace Stateroom Sleeping Coaches , surpassing i n elegance and comiort those on any other line , are attached to tbe Lightning Pxprxas at Cincin - nati , and run through to new york without change of cars . This is the only Line running Coacbes through without change from Cincinnatfto New Ycrk Baggage Cheeked through to all points Eaat. Ask for tickets via . Atlantic and Great w entern Railway , for sale at all principal Ticket and Steamboat Office « throughout the South and w est . L. D. RUCKEK, General Superintendent . w. b. shattuc, Gen 'l Ticket Ag ' t . « ept7 TOBACCO, TOBACCO. Just stored, the following brand «, via : 10 boxes Commonwealth — choice Virginia . 10 boxes Flora Temple — can ' t be beat . 25 boxes Grape Juice — very Sweet . V) boxt « Sweet tixteeu — to complete . All for « ale at the one prie * « tore of uglt audrkw jackson's