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(OSt üudare IS TEN USES ob 1ks9 ) No. Squares. | 3 1 squire 2 squares 8 squares 4 squares 5 hquares <6 squires.. 7 squares « squares 10 squares t 7 $10 10 lb 10 IS IN 20 go! 2f> 22 28 25 33 .10 89 38 50 t 12$ 15$ 18$ 20$ 35 20 25 30 ! 82 " 20 25' 80 22 25! 30 80 35 40 35 40 50 41' 50 «0 40 54 70 601 70 80 85 60 S8 75 50 85 95 105 115 125 Thi-Wkeklv $10 per annum wekkly 5 " A ovkhtibinq $1 50 per square, flrst insertion " 75 " eacli subsequent. 4'jr Half yearly or yearly contracts made with advertiser«. *0- All transient advertising, cnsh II ATON RVVGKi T IIü RSD 28, 1868 11 kn t S igns .—Some one has ßiven tlie following signs for &wtingui4ng liens that either will not lav only a fow eggs in tiie spring, and a vaca tion for the remainder of the years : liens Uiat lay aro off the roost at the first dawn of the morning, while brrien hens often remain there until the laying bens have ample lime to (ill their crops. Laying hens have a voracious appetite, while barren hens aie ot'len very indifferent about eat ing. liens that ate about to com mence laying or that do lay every al ternate day are as active in obtaining feed for themselves as one having a brood of hungry chickens is diligent in scratching up necessary feed lor her young one. A hen that lavs to-day and again to-n>oriow Ikw a comb and gills reel and glowing, wlrle the comb and gills of a barren hen will be colorless, pal lid and sometimes wrinkled and dried up. When a hen that l«rys has eaten until her crop appears distended to its utmost capacity, she will force down a little more, while a barren hen will often appear as indifferent about eating good feed. A hen that has laid an egg to-day and will lay another io-moriow will go singing around the yard while the hen that never lays has no more music in her suul than the wife of Socrates. Anecdotb of R. A. Alexandre. Several years ago a boot and shoe maker located in the town of Ver sailles, and hung out his sign. A Invv days afterward an oidinaiily dressed, plain-looking coun'rymau entered his shop and requested to have his boot mended. The shop keeper pulled off the article - and pegged away, while the countryman wanned his bare foot by the fire. After completing his task the boot maker handed the boot to the coun tryman, who drew it on and re marked that he had left his pocket book at home, but wonld send him the money in a short time. "Not much," replied the shop keeper, "I've had that trick tried on me too often. You don't get that boot till you have paid for the mending." "lluf," remonstrated the country" man", "I'll go out and borrow the money and hand it to you." "Not exactly," said the shop keeper; "when you are once gone that will be the last I'll ever see of you again." "What will I do, then 1" queried the countryman, finding himself in a quandary. "I've a good pair of slippers that I will loan you to go and get the money." said the shopkeeper Seeing no alternative, the coun tryman pulled off the boots put on the slippers, and sallied forth to procure the means to pay his just debt, which hesliorîly obtained, and handing it to the shopkeeper, re marked : "Follow your course, my dear sir, and your success is sure." In a short time visitors, neighbors and friends, came dropping into the establishment of the shopkeeper, and announced to him, with a quiz zical humor, that he had refused to credit Lord Alexander, the richest man in Kentucky. In compensa tion for the amusement for his friends, the shopkeeper, who was no other than our fellow-citizen II. Hyde, Esq., found lï A. Alexander one of his best and most lib eral customers.— Frankfort Common wealth. i I ! ! I I — I never arp:ue about milk with man or woman, says the Hon. A. 13. Dickinson, if they do not know that milk can be kept with all the cream in it, as it is when first drawn from the cows ; but. 1 will tell you how it is done. You all know that if you can prevent the cream from rising, the milk will be more palatable and healthy, with the particles of cream mixed through it, tiian skim milk or than milk fresh from the cow, with fresh taste and odor. To prepare milk in this way, take it while warm from the cow, set it in a cool place, and stir it continually until the ani mal heat is out, and no cream will rise after that operation. Try it and see how much it will be improved for family use. Inventions frequently occur simultaneously in different parts of the world. Thus the American art of discovering bullets imbedded in the flesh by electricity, is also claimed by the London and Paris physicians, who prove that the invention in all three instances was suggested by the case of Garibaldi, when he was wounded at Asfromonte. AUCTION SALES, ETC. JULIUS C. BOGEL, Auctioneer and Commission merchant, offiok and sales-room : No. 7 «AIN STKEET No. 7 1îeoulab sale days : WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. In and Oct Door Sales Promptly Attended to. Consignment* of Every Description Solicited. AT PRIVATE BALE, —BY— JULIUS C. BOGEL, Auctioneer, office and sales-boom, No. 7 Main Street !Vo. 7 o ME ROSEWOOD SQUARE PIANO, One COTTON PKKS8, iri complete order, almost new, very powerful; cost a few months ago $000; to be had very ch<-ap One "O Saw COTTON GTN. left hand, newly m>ide, by Adams A Coonbv, New York ; original cost $40'.). One pair BKLLOWS, one ANVIL, on« VI IK one CARRIAGE and HARNESS, one OFFICE DESK. dec!7 SHIILU SIMILIBÜS CIKAMIR, nniniuivs' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS, H AVK PROVED FROM THE MOST AMPLE experience, a« entire success ; Simple— I'romp'-—Efficient, and Reliable. They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use — t-o simple that mistakes cannot be made in using them ; so hat mless as to be free from dan ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable They h t ve raised the highest C>mmendatiou from all, and will always render satisfaction. Nos. Cents. 1, Cures Fevers, Congestion Inflamma tion 25 2, .. Worms, Worm-Fever, Worm-Colic 25 3, .. Crying-Colic, or Teething of In fants 25 4, .. Diarrhoea of children or adults 25 5, .. Dysentery,Griping, Bilious Colic 25 fï, .. Cholera "Morbus. Vomiting 25 7, .. Coughs, Colds,.Bronchitis 25 8, .. Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe 25 9, .. Mt ;ada< lies. Sick Headache, Ver tigo 25 10, .. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25 11, .. Suppressed, or painful periods 25 12, .. Whites, too profuse Periods 25 13, .. Croup, Cough, difficult Breathing 25 14, .. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Erup tions 25 15, .. Rheumatism, Khcumntic Pains 25 lt>, .. Fever an<l Ague, Cliiil Fever, / g ues 50 17, .. Piles, blind or breeding 50 IS, .. Opthaimy, and sore or weak Eyes 50 19, .. Catarrh, acute or chronic, Influ enza 50 20, .. Hooping-cough, viol nfc Cough 5u 21, .. Asthma, oppressed Breathing.... 50 22, .. Jfiar Diseliarges, impaired Hear ing 50 23, .. Scrofula, enlarged Glands, Swell ings 50 General Debility, Physical W eak ness 50 25, .. Dropsy, and scanty Secretions.. 50 20, .. Sea-SleUness, sickness from Rid ing 50 27, .. Kidney Disease, Gravel 50 28, Nervous Debility .Seminal Kmisslons, involuntary dis charges 1 00 29, .. Sore Mouth, Canker- 50 80, .. Urinary Weakness wetting bed .... .. . - 50 31, .. Painful Periods, with Spasms.. 32, .. Sufferings at change of life 100 33, .. Kpilepsy,Spasms, St Vitus Dance 1 00 34, .. Dlptherla, ulcerated Sore Throat 1 00 24, FAMILY CASES Of 35 large vials, morocco case, containing a specific for eve ry ordinary disease a family Is subject to, and a book of directions $10 OO Smaller Family an 1 Traveling ca ses, with 20 to 28 vials from $5 to Specifics for all Private Diseases, both for Curing and »for Pre ventive treatment, in vials and pocket cases $'4 to Tnese Remedies, by the case or single box, are sent to any part of the country, by Mail ( Express, free of charge, on receipt of the price. Address Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company, Oftice and Depot, No 562 B roadway , N ew Y ork . Dr. H umphreys is consulted daily at bis office, peraonally or by letter, as above, for all forms of disease. janlO y J. JAtiTREMSKI & BKO .'S FRENCH PECTORAL SYRUP, IS A SURE CURE FOR CoiigliDiColils, Astlimn, Kroiirlillis, (lie Early Singes of Consumption mill oilier Disease» of tlie 1'ulmonary Olgnlis. It is admirably adapted to infantile cases. Its most agreeable taste and flavor conceal entirely the medicinal properties which it con tains. TRY A BOTTLE —After which tod will never USE ANV OTHER KIND. 11 is recommended inj Physicians. EiT Price—One Dollar per Bottle. Prepared and sold by JASTKEMSKI & BRO., . Drujjfflsts, I janl4 BATON ROIJGE, LA. GROCERIES, ETC. BOLTED MEAL DEALERS and Familie* supplied with any quantity of Fresh Ground Bolted Meal on application at the Steam Corn Mill of janl6 JOSHUA DEAL Fresh Baked Soda Crackers. 1 f | BOXES Fresh Baked Soda Crackers, now _L\_/ in store and for sale by jaul6 JOSHUA BffAL WRAPPING PAPER. 1 KEA.W8 as orted fcizes ; Grocers and XvU l^ry Goods Wrap; ing Papers —to arrive direct iroui New York by first steamer. Jan 16 JOSHUA BEAL CORN «RAN. FEW HUNDRED pounds Corn Bran, now ready and for sale atOne Dollar per hun uied^o inds. |janl6] JOSHUA BEAL A PLANTING l'OTATOEs. * FARMERS, Gardeners and others wanting the best Planting l'ota-toes, will find a good as sortment atrtasoi.ab e prices, at the store of jaulti JOSH w A BEAL SCHOOL BOOKS. A FULL supply always on hand Also. Miscel laneous Bo >ks, Newspapers, M agazines and New Publications Blank B« ok», 'Mme Books, and a general assortment of Memorandums, Pass and Exercise Books, at. DEAL'S B ,OK AND VARIETY STORE janll-3w POCKET KNIVES. AI. ARU E awti rtmeot of cheap Pocket Iinivss at BBAL'S BOOK AiNU VARIETY HTOKii janll-3w COAL OIL LAMPS. f 11 H E best and the cheapest of all sizes and I styles, Wicks and Burners,at BEAL'o BOOK and VARIETY STORE janllow EXTRA FINE MESS PORK. DEALERS au(l flau te rs haviug net-d of Choice Heavy Mes» Fork , can secure au flue as was i ver packi d, and at moderato ligures, by calling at tl.e «tore of j»n4 JOSHUA BEAL , CHOICE NEW LAUD. iy «"• KfcGS Choice Leaf Lard in store and for iijO sale by j»u4 JOSHUA BEAL GROUND FEED FOR COWS. NOW on hand, 60 bushels Ground Cow Feed Price per hundred, Two Dollars. It is cheaper and more valuable as a feed than Wheat Uran, (live it a trial. jani JOSHUA BKAL COFFEE. DEALERS in wnnt ol ( off.ie can procure it of the undersigned in quantities of from Ten nags to t^n pounds—prices luiiy as lavorahle as if ordered from is ew Orleans. j„u4 JOSHUA BKA ii «I ITTER. DEALERS can be supplied with » few pack ages of Butter at moderate prices by cal. ing at store of [d civ] JOSHUA tf&AL FAMILIES WILL FIND A GOOD stock of extra iiue Goshen liutterat my store. declU JOSHUA BKAL PLANTING POTATOES. JUST RECEIVED, a lot of splendid Irish Pota toes for eeed purposes. decld JOSHUA BEAL LIME. T I 4 BARRELS Richards' Cape Lime. Lime and •JYJ barrels in splendid order. Jusl received oy (dec&J JOSHUA BKAL FRESH OYSTERS. 1 ÇJ CANS OF FRESH OY . TE KS— 100 to the J /i£ can. Ready for delivery to-morrow, 24th. dtc.24 JOSHUA i>EAL 100 COW FEED. BUSHELS GROUND COW FEED now ready for purchasers. PriceH moderale. JOSHUA BKAL DRY SALT SHOULDERS. 200 POUNDS now in store; prices much re duced fdeclTJ JOSHUA BEAL KEG AND TIERCE LAUD. * FEW packages in store, and more to arrive XJL in a day or two. decl l 2 JOSHUA BEAL SUGAR-CURED HAMS. A GOOD stock of choice Sugar-cured Hams in store and for sale by uecl2 JOSHUA BEAL RIO COFFEE. LOCAL and country dealers supplied with good Rio Coffee at moderate prive- by dec5 JvSiiUA BEAL FOR A GENERAL SUPPLY, ETC. li^OB a general supply oî the luxuries or staple Jl articles of Famil>, Plantation or Grocers' use and where all trading is done 'on the square " give me a call. dec ID JOSHUA BEAL ROBERT E. LEE. rpIIE Robert E Lee Flour is manufactured by 1 George P. Plant A Co , of St Louis, and is unm passed by anv Flour made in America. Give it a trial when you want some« hing extra, dec 12 JOSHUA BKAL COAL Oil.. 7<XTRA White Non-explo.ive Coal Oil, on draft and in Qve gallon li ilecli JO- HUA BKAL PEACII BLOW POTATOES. BARRELS very choice I'each lilow Pota toes, just stored and lor sale by dec5 JOSHUA REAL CHEAP NAILS. IIIAVR in store a gond assortment of best quality Out Nails that I will close out. at rn tail very cheap for the cash. Planters and oth ers will do wel 1 to give me a call. (l ec 3 JOSHUA BEAL APPLES. 1 BARRELS due per Mollie Able; 20 barrels Kancj, per Kate Kinney. The Mollie Able is now due here and Kate Kinney about the 'Z3d. declî JOSHUA HEAL HALF BARRELS FLOUR. DKALKRri can be supplied with a 'ew half barreis of good Family Flour at moderate prices, by calling at the store of dec3 JOSHUA UKAL STAR CANDLES. 1 i) BOX KB Star Candies just received and for X.IJ sale by u-cai JOSHUA MEAL Peterson's Ladies' Magazine, 17 |R FEBRUARY, 1868 Just received at _ MEAL'S BOOK. AND VARIETY STORE janll-St Dcmorest's lady's Magazine, Erv;R JANUARY, 18(W. Just receive 1 at 1 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE dec31-5t Frank Leslie's Lady's Magazine, IrV)R JANUARY, 18(18. Just received at ' BEAL'S BOOK & VARIETY STORE dec31-5t WALKING CANES. A FULL supply of Walking and Sword Canes at Jel3 HEAu 'S KO h K t VARIETY ï .TORE FOil LANDRETII'S GARDiN SEEDS,go to U. I). WADIJILL'S, f e l,5 Main street, near Third GROCERIES, ETC. SUNDRIES1 JUST STOKED : 3 hogshead« Louisiana Su^ar, 10 *sgs Prime and Choice Rio Coffee, 45 b»rre!s Peach Blow Potatoes, 20 btrrels Boston Pink Kye Potatoes, 10 barrels Maine lackaon Whites do. *> barrels Prince Albert do, 5 barrels Morcer J 8 do. 30 barrets Heavy Mess Pork, 62 barrels Extra Flour, *20 bags Uoarse and Fine Salt, 20 boxes Western Cheese, 20 kegs Pigs' Feet—Spiced. 11 boxes Star Candles, 5 barrels Choice Kice, 50 bags White Corn, 20 bags Dran, 20 bags Oat s, 10 boxes Farreli's Stick- Candy, 100 pounds Wrapping Twine, 10 barrels Apples. Prompt paying dealers supplied at a trifling advanceon tirstcost. Consumers dealt with lib era lly. janl4 JOSHUA BEAL. SUNDRIES, SUNDRIES. barrels choice Family Flour, 5 .. Pork—Heavy Mess. 3 .. Whisky—-Kicking Valley. 2 .. Syrup—Bleedings. 5 .. Choice Sugar, 1 .. Coa 1 Oil, 1 .. Pure Ci1 er Vinegar, 8 .. Soda Crackers, 2 .. Picnic .. 1 .. Sweet 1 .. Crushed Spgar, 1 .. « ulverized .. 5 bags Choice Rio Coffee, 1 .. .. Java .. 20 .. Salt—Coarse and Fine, 50 .. Choice Family Flour, 20 .. .. Buckwheat do, 5 boxes German Soap, 6 .. Candles, * 5 .. Western Reserve Cheese, 1 gross Washing Blue, 40 .. Laeour's Matches. The a£ove enumerated article* will be sold for cash, as low as any dealer in first class mercban dise, at the Tunnard Building, on Main street, by jan7 RANDOLPH & BATES. AT BEAL'S. "XTKW ARRIVALS.—Just received per steamer rN Virginia: 100 bags White Corn, 2200pounds Gr.en Shoulders, 20 bar els double-extra Flour, 2 tierces Leaf Lard. jauI6 JOSHUA BEAL JpRESH ARRIVALS. 10 barrels Pork—Heavy Mess, 1 barrel Buckwheat Hour, 6boxe-i Western Reserve Cheese, G hait boxe 1 * do. do. do. 1 case Young America do. 1 keg choice Butter, 3 tubs do do 10 caddies Tobacco—Grape Juice, 6 do do Black Hawk, 2 boxes Light-pressed Virginia, Just received and for sale by dec7 RANDOLPH à BATES SUNDRIES. WE HAVE received per steamer [Julia and Olive Branch— 10 .. Peach Blow Potatoes, 10 .. choice Pippiu Appies, 10 boxes German Soap, 1 tierce new Sugar-cured Hams which we will sell iow for cash. uov21 RANDOLPH <£ BATES ^UNDRIES. SUNDRIES. 1 barrel Coal Oii, 0 boxes Herrings, 1 boxes Concentrated Lye, 1 case Lacour Matches, 1 case Axle Grease. Just received and for sale by dec21 RANDOLPH A BATES FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR. ta BbLS PLANT'S EXTRA—New Wheat. 10 barrels Henrietta do do. 10 barrels Superfine do. Just received and for sale cheap for cash, at octlT RANDOLPH A BATES' CORN, OATS AND BRAN. QfU V BAUS White Corn, £\J\J 50 b»|?s St Louis Oats, aO hags St Louis Bran. For sale by [septS] JOSHUA BEAL SOAP AND CANDLES. 1 / I BOXES assorted weight Oand le», JLU 10 boxes Oeruian Soap. Just, arrived and lor sale by oct!7 RANDOLPH k BATE8 BUTTER AND CHEESE. ' K YOU want a choice article, call at the store of _ declT RANDOLPH A BATKS 3 BEANS AND PEAS. BARRELS Choice Northern Beans ; 2 barrels Lady Peas. For sale by dec 17 RANDOLPH ft BATES CRANBERRIES. FAMILIES wishing a good and clean art : cle of Oranberriet, cSeap, cau be accommodated by calling on decli ° RANDOLPH 4 BATKS o BRANDY AND WHISKY. NE HALS' barrel French Brandy; 1 banre! Bourbon Whisky. For Rale by dt cl2 RANDOLPH A BATES SOAP AND CANDLES. 1 BOXES full weight Candles ; 10 boxes Palm 1 \ / Soap. For sale by dec7 RANDOLPH 4 BATES SUGAR. JUST RECEIVED, 10 hogsheads choice Sugar. Dealers and planters supplied at low rates, declü RANDOLPH 4 BATES COFFEE. BAGS choice Rio : 2 bags Java. The atten » J tion of families is especially called. We will sell at reduced rates, dec 12 RANDOLPH ft BATES YY MOLASSES. r H HAVE in store a choice article—by the barrel or at retail. RANDOLPH 4 BATES SALT. "T BAGS fine Salt, new sacks; 25 bagR coarse Salt, new sacks. Planters can have a bargain by calling on declü RANDOTPH 4 BATES FIRE CRACKERS. BOXES for sale by ,J uecl2 RANDOLPH 4 BATES NEW SYRUP. ITVAMILIES can obtain a No 1 article at the store of "dec? RANDOLPH A BATES ATTENTION, YOUNG AMERICA! FISHING Lines, Fishing Floats and Fishing Hooks—all sizes. For sale very cheap at mar26 . DEAL'S BOOK 4 VARIETÏ STORE CEDAR BUCKETS. RA8S and iron-bound Cedar Buckets, a fine JAMES MoVAY [J lot of them marl 2 A JUST RECEIVED, VEI; V uperior lot of Cooking Stoves. JAMES MoVAY. GUNS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHOT GUNS, Breech Losing Rifles, at nov'iü REAL'S BOOK 4 VARIETY STORE N FIRE GRATES. OW is tht. time to set them,« fine lot jnit received. Idecl8] JAMES MoVAY. JEWELRY, CLOTHING,ETC. EMANUEL FENDLER, IMPORTER OF AND OlALSK IM FINE COLO WATCHES* RICH JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE Brazilian Pebbled Spectacles, ALL or TBI FINEST WORKMANSHIP & STYLE WHICH I CAN BELL Bel<\w New Orleans prices ! A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY MI) STAPLE DRY «00DS. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, an assortment of PLANTATION GOODS. |3P~ Having received and constantly receiving, direct from New York, goodB 'rorn the first importing L ioubos exclusively for cash, I am ablo to compete with any houso in the South. ISy Give us an early call and you will find it to your advantage. E. FENOI.BR, feb28 Third St., opposite the Bank. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! RECENT ARRIVALS —OF— FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, —of thii— LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLE, —AT— THE PEOPLE'S STORE, A. Kowalski, Ageut. J3URCHASED AND SKLECTKD BY HIMSELF since the decline in the Eastern marketR. The stock Is complete in all the varieties and styles. I Have do Price List to Offer, but I am enabled to sell as low as tlie lowest, anil to offek inddcemeni S ik the wat or prices UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE IN THIS CITY. AMERICAN PRINTS, 150 pieces—fast colors. ENGLISH PRINTS, A choice selection, of Thomas Hoyle à Son. TWEEDS ANDCASSIMEUKS ,AII Wool. KID GLOVES, Black and White—bust mak« FLANNELS, MOURNING SHAWLS, BALMORALS, 1IOOPSK1RTS Of the Latest Style, die. All of which will be sold at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. *®.Call and examine my stock and convince yourself that I am selling good goods as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere. THE PEOPLE'S STORE, nov28 À. KOWALSKI, Agent, Bargains ! Bargains ! J WILL SELL, AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, Dry Good«, Clothing, Broadcloth, Cag nlmerea, Boots, Shoes, «be., AT and BELOW COST from this date, on account of hard times. All in need of such goods as 1 have on hand, will do well to examine my stock before purchas ing elsewhere. THOS. B.O'CONOR, Agent, janlß-lm opposite Third Street Theatre. Just Received. RIBBED SILK, worth 00 at $2 50. HARRISON CA^SIMERKS, worth f4 50 at »1 90. CAS81MERES, all wool, worth 60 at *1 00 BLACK DOESKIN, at $1 25, worth double. ÏLANNEL8, SHAWLS and BLANKETS, Exceedingly cheap. Also, a great many other articles, which I will sell, fur Cüsh, at 25 per cent below present whole sale pricos. [dec28J E. FENDLER KID GLOVES. JUST RECEIVED.— A complete assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves—the finest ever imported—a new kind with bells, and at prices to Bait the times. The best is the cheapest. [declPj E. FfcNDLEK When in Need of a Good Lead Pencil, A8K YOUR MERCHANT for «llBitOMANV'and take no other. For sale to Merchants at New York prices at HKROMAN'fl, auglô Corner Chu»ch and Florida 8ts. Purchase the Best Only ! EASTERN SEED POTATOES— T o arrive within a day or two—30 barrels choice varieties Kastern Seed Potatoes. 0T Wide-awake planters will not make use of any but the best varieties of pure Kastern grown 8eed Potatoes. The Western Potato is a trifle cheaper, but not so choice or pure in the varieties, also producing later and glviug a poorer produce. Be sure and purchase Kastern >eed only. [janTj JOSHL'A BEAL. DRY GOODS & CLOTHING Down with Dry Goods. TTAVING received Urge loti of »11 kind» of ZDZRT2- ^OOODS, I am prepared to offer such bargains as to aston ish everybody. JU8T RECEIVED and FOR 8ALE Cheap for CaihS Children's Balmoral SKIRT8, Crib BLANKETS—fine. Full Line Red BLANKETS, _ TWEEDS, C a SSIMERES and JEAN8—all oolorf. CALICOES—150 pieces, from 10 oents up. BOOTS and SHOES— 60 cases, at reduce! rate». And a great many articles too numerous tie mention. ROSEN FIELD, dec3 Corner Third and Laurel Sts. JYew Arrivals. THHUNDKRS1ÖNED takes pleasure In Inform ing his friends and customers and the pub lic In general, that he is in reoeipt of. and offering for sale the largest and beat Belecud stock of DRY GOODS, GLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FUENI&lllNa GOODS, HATS, de., ever brought to this market. octlO L. ROSEN FIELD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. HAVING ii OUGIIT from Agenti and the larg est houses in New Y ort-, I am no* prepared to undersell any one. My stock in the abo*e de partment oomprises— Ladles' Ore»» Goods, Print«, Whit« and Brown Cotton of every brand. Cloths. Casslmeres, Satinet Jeans, lCersey, Lin seys. Tweeds, titnens, \nd everything neefssary for families. Satisfy yourself at loctlOJ L. RoSKNFI ELU'B CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. THIS DEPARTMENT comprises the best se lected goods, as follows: Ulack Mre«s Coats, Silk Mixed & Fancy Cassimere Suits, Jean, Mattiiet and Meltou Suits, Fine Uoeskln, Cassimere, Tweed and Satinet Pants, Velvet ttllk Cloth, Cassimere and Satinet Vests, All selected and made for our trade. oct.U L. ROSKNEIBLP. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. £N THIS LINE, 1 am able 10 offer at astonish iugly low prices— SI1IBTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, SOCKS, CllAVATS, And many other articles. To save money, call at octlO t. ROSEN FIELD 'S THE SHOE DEPARTMENT IS Til ti BEST ever affirded in this market. It comprises the celebrated NEWARK CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS A3NTX> SHOES, Which iu quality and du ability, excel all oihers and lean now offer a FINKIl SHOE or BOOT than ever was brought here. In LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, Th. y can be f und in all styles and qualities, of Philadelphia aud taster» make, at low priées. 1 f you want a good Boot or Shoe, at a low price, call on [octlOJ L. ROSKNF1ËX.D HATS, HATS, HATS. \,TAt>E FOIl OUR OWN TRADE, to our order. lV J. If you wish a rise HAT, at a low price, see octlO L. ROSEN FIELD liJjANKETS AND FLANNELS F fcVKKY DESCRIPTION are offered at prices which defy competition at octlO o L. ROSENFIELD'S GROCERIES, ETC. Call at N. Wax's NE W STORE, FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES: f / \ BAKKELK Choice Peach Blow Potatoes, ^ tU 40 oarrols Pink Eye Potatoes for planting 20 barrels Choice Flour, 20 sacks Choice Flour, 4 barrels Pickles, 2 barrels Sauerkraut, 3 barrels Choice No. 1 Mackerel, 10 barrels Assorted Liquors, 5 hall barrels Pigs' Feet, 3 liali barrels Pickled Tongues, 3 half barrels Holden Syrup, 2 half barrels Spare Itibs, 10 boxes Raisins, 25 boxes Soap, 20 boxes Assorted Crackers 2 boxes Candies, 20 boxes Candles, 6 boxes Vermicelli, 4 boxes Macaroni, 4 boxes Codfish, 1000 Clear Sides, 600 Smoked Shoulders, 5 kegs Fresh Western Butter, 6 kegs Fresh ooshen Butter, 5 kens Fresh Holland Herrings, 8 tierces Lard, 5 kegs Lard. Also, a full assortment of Wines, Liquors, oacco, Cigars, Crockery, Tin and Willow Ware, v Just received at N. WAX'S NEW STORE, dec25. Opposite the Court House. S UN DRIES, SUNDRIES. 30 barrels choice Family Flour, 5 baiçs choice Rio Coffee, 3 barrels Louisiana Sugar, 2 barrels choice Molasses, 2 barrels Cider Vinegar, 3 barrels Soda Crackers, 2 kegs Bi-Carb. £orta, 3 boxes Bi-Carb. Soda, 8 boxe« Wine, 2 baskets Sweet Oil. 40 pounds assorted Smoking Tobacco, 6 boxes Foxes' Starch, 2 chests Hiack and Green Tea, ] barrel Table Salt, Pepper, Spice snd Nutmegs, The above enumerated articles—good and at reasonable rates, for sale by octl7 KANDOLPII à BATKS JJOWDER, SHOT AND CAPS. 1 keg FKF G Powder, 2!4 kegs FFF G Powder, 1 .. assorted Shot, 10,00(1 Eley Bros, wafer-proo! Caps, 10,000 .. .. Coit's pistol ,. 6,000 B E superior article, 20,000 G D Caps, 16,000 French G D Caps The atiention of sportsmen is called to this card—we are certain of sale if you will honor us wiih a call. 0ct22 RANDOLPH A BATE8 APPLES, POTATOES & ONIONS. JOST RECEIVED per steamer Lizzie Gill • 10 barreis Choice Red Apples, 16 barrels Peach Blow Poiatoes, 5 barrels Iowa Onions. Dealers supplied at a »mall advance by novlJ RANDOLPH * BATES TOBACCO, .TOBACCO. BOX KS Virginia Tobacco, £ 5 caddies Nectarine, 5 caddies Natural Le if, 2 boxes Viae and Mao, Which dealers can make a good profit. °ctl7 RANDOLPH A BATES c 10 \L OIL at fe 'iS G. D. WADDILL'S / Main Street, near Thirl