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Contracting Kates tor tile Tri- Weekly. (ont canin is via unes or less.) Mo. Square*. 9 i ? S 1 square.... 2 squares,— S squares..... 4 squares t squares 8 squares T sqaarM — H tquares 10 squares « 7 I 10 10 1» 16 1« 18 20 20 28 22 28 26, 32 30 8» 36 60 B B S & « 12$ 16$ 18 20 26 30 26 80 25! 30 36, 40 «0 50 (Mi «0 M 70 70 80 $ 20 $ 36 82 60 85 60 88 75 50 85 60 05 70: 105 SO: 115 90 125 Tai-WisiLT ............ « »10 per annum WIEKLT S " .AJDViaTiwsa $1 ao per sqaare, first insertion «■ 75 u «ach subsequent. 49» Half yearly or yearly contracta made with advertisers. «9- All traDfient advertising, cash. If A TON KOVGEi tuesday, 11, 1868 Lnrs I mbdeawob .—Public attention is earnestly solicited to the advertisement elsewhere inserted in our columns,of the fit. Louis Mutnul Lite Insurance Company, The resident agent of the Company at thia place,—Col. Joseph Williams,—is so well and favorably known to onr citizens as to need no commendation at our hands. The fact that be occupies the position of permanent agent for the Company would, of itself, be a sufficient guarantee to every one that the organization is of the most respectable and trustworthy character. Bat, even were this wanting to establish its claims to popular favor and investment the distinguished gentlemen who consti tute ils board of executive officers and those to whom are entrusted its director ship would "make assurance doubly sure" that the St. Louis Mutual Life Insurance Company is possessed of claims and merits second to no other organization of the kind in the United States. We shall have something to say here after with reference to the nature and util ity of life insurance and the great benefits Accruing from it to those who avail them selves of the advantages it offers. jbboss and B oots in G reat variety at tbs P sopls's B tobb .— Mr. Kowalski, of the People's Store, advertises, as will be seen elsewhere, bis reception of a fresh lot of shoes snd boots of the best styles and quality, which he will sell at prices to suit the times. Call and judge tor yourselves, everybody. There is an idea, or a theory, or a belief afloat that somewhere up in the Arctic seas, beyond the FrozeD Ocean, lies an unknown land. To reach it you must, as it were, get be hind the North wind ; that is, you most penetrate the barrier of circum polar ice, leave it in your rear, and get up to the Pole. If you can do this, And once put the ioe fields be hind you, you will come to a fine open sea, with a continent in the middle of it.— London Times. T he S truggle for L ife .—Cer tain native animals of New Zealand eeem to give way before those from fiurope with which they are brought in contact The Norway rat has completely exterminated the native rat of New Zealand. The English house-fly drives out the blue-bottled native. Captain Cook carried pigs to New Zealand, and they have in creased so rapidly that landlords now offer rewards for killing them. English weeds monopolize the soil. Eqropean clover exterminates the aative flax plant, and European an nuals destsoy the New Zealan per ennials. These facts tend to prove that organisms of the Northern lati tudes are more hardy than those nearer the equator. R esist the B eginning .—The Arabs have a fable of a miller, who was one day startled by a camel's nose thrust in the window of the room where he was sleeping. ,f It is very cold outside," said the camel ; "I only want to get ncy nose in " The nose was let in, then the neck, and fiually the whole body. Presently the miller began to be extremely inconvenienced by the ungainly companion he had ob tained, in a room certainly not large enough for both. "If you are incon venienced, you may leave," said the camel ; "as for myself, I shall stay where I am." The moral of the fable concerns all. When temptation occurs, we must not yield to it. 'We must not allow so much.as its "nose" to come in Every thing like sin is ta be turued away from. He who yields even the small est degree will soon be entirely over come ; aod the last state of that man is worse than the first. tS" At Albany, the other day, some one changed the sign-boards designating the ^ two trains which leave that city within a few minutes of each other for New York and Bos ton As a consequence, the passen gers became considerably mixed, most of them getting on the wrong train. Both trains were obliged to return to tne depot. MP* Queen Victoria has obtained the second prise for fat pigs at the Birmingham cattle show. " E ffects of P rotection .—The following prices (reduced to American currency) are taken frflin the adver» tisements in the Derby and Derby shire Gazette, England : " 'Overcoats, $7 ; men's boots, $7 ; women's boots, 81,25 ; full black dress suits, (to order,) $15,50 ; blan kets, good size and all wool, $2,75 *he pair; sheets, very heavy and good size, 90 cents per pair ; good gray cal icoes, 7 cents per yard.' "What a misfortune it would be for our people if they should be al lowed to get their clothes, etc., at such prices. That is, the protectionists say so." We take the above from an ex change. Farmers, mechanics and workingmen, read it and reflect upon it. Why cân you not buy youc cloth ing at that price, with the slight cost of transportation added ? Why ate you obliged to pay twice or three times the cost of thnse articles in the United States? — Cincinnati En quirer. It is said that Joseph Morrow, a graduate of Yale C"ll"ge, "f a re cent date, is the most notorious ban diti in Italy. SIMILI \ SIMILIISItt tlRAXTlR. HUMPHREY»' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS, H AVK PROVED F i*ü VI TU K MOtif A MPI, h experience, an entire success ; feiiuple— Prompt—Efficient, and Reliable. They are the only Medicines perfectly .idaj/tecl to popular u^e —Bimple that mistakes cannot b - made in Ufibg tnem ; so harmless as to be f<ee from dag ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable They h*ve raisnd the highest commendation from ail, and will always render satisfaction Nos. Cents. 1, Cures Fever«, Congestion Inflamma tion 26 2, .. Worms, Worm-tfeFer, V\ orw-Uolic 2b 3, .. Crying-Colic, or Teething of In fants 26 4, .. Diarrhoea of children or aduîts 25 5, .. Dysentery,Griping, fiilious Colic 26 H, .. C'lioWra-Morfou*. Vomiting.... 20 7, .. Cough», Colds, Bronchitis 26 8, .. Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache 26 9, .. Headache a, flick-Headache, Ver tigo 26 10, .. Dyspepsia, Hihous htoinHch 20 11, .. Mipprti»s»ed, or painful periods 25 12, .. Whites, too profuse Periods 26 IB, .. Croup, Cough, difficult Breathing 'lb 14, .. Salt fttheiim, Erysipelas, Erup tions 26 15, .. Rheumatittiu, Khoumatic Pains 26 lö, .. Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Agues 50 17, .. Piles, blind or h eeding 5u 18, .. Opthaiany, and sore or weak Eyes 60 19, .. Catarrh, acute oi chtonic, Influ enza - % 60 20, .. Hoopiitg-Cough, violent Cough 60 21, .. Asthma, oppressed Breathing.... 60 22, .. Kar DUcharges, impaired Hear ing 60 23, .. Scrofula, enlarged (ilaotis, Swell- * lugs 60 24, .. General Debility, Physical V» eak nés» 50 26, .« Dropsy, and scanty Hecretions.. 5u 26, .. Sea-s>icl£«ie»s, sickness from Hid ing 60 27, .. Kidney Disease, Gravel 50 2d, Nervous Debility fet-ual oai Emissions, invoiu :nr) dis charge* 1 M 29, .. Sore Alouth, Canker- 60 30, .. Urinary Weakness wetting bed 60 31, .. Painful Periods,with Öpasms.. 60 32, .. Sufferings at change of life 1 00 33, .. Epilepsy,"pasms, St Vit«s Dance 1 0U 34, .. Dlptherla, ulcerated sore Throat 1 00 FAMILY CASES Of 33 large vials, morocco case, containing a specific for eve ry ordinary disease a lamlly is subject to, and a book of direction* $10 OO Smaller Family an J Traveling ca ses, Witt» 20 to 28 vials.... ....from $3 to Specific* for all Private Diseases, both for Curing and for Pre ventive treatment, iu vials and pocket case* to $3 J35T These Kennedies, by I he case or single box, are sent to any part of the country, by Mail or Express, free of charge, on receipt of the price. Address Humphreys 1 Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company, Offi ce an d Depot, No. 662 B roadway , N ew Y ork. Dr. H umphreys is consulted daily at h U office, personally or by letter, as above, for all forms ol disease. janlö y J. JASTRENSKI & BRO.'S FRENCH PECTORAL SYRUP, 18 A 81JRB CURK FOKq Cough«, Cold*, Ailhuia, Bronchitis, the Early Stages ol' Consumption and other Ulsenaes of the Pulmonary Organs. It la admirably adapted to infantile cases. Its most agreeable tante ai.d flavor conceal entirely the medicinal properties which it con tains. THY A BOTTLE.—After which tob will never ose any other kind. It is recommended by Physician*. pr Price—One Oollar per Ilottlc. Prepared and sold by JAS i REMSKI & BRO., , Druggists, jan!4 BATON ROUGE LA. dry salt shoulders. A OflA POUNDS first class Dry Salt Sbnul ^JtUuU ders, jusl stored and lor sale, at mod erate prices by feb4 150 f . b4 JOSHUA BEAL WRAPPING PAPER. REAMS of assorted sises Wrapping Pa per, just received and for sale iuw by J 'SilUA BEAL Early tioodrlcli and Harrison Potatoes. A FEW barrels of the abovx'named I'ota oes— for seed—will be received wiihin ten days of d»te. These Potatoes are new varieties, extra early, very choice, arid reputed to be enormoa» producers. (Ie'4) JO.-HUA B- AL CHEESE. Sy /T BOXE« good Western Reserve °heese, now in store and for sale to dealers at the tow rate of Sixteen Cents per poui.ds. iebi JOSHUA BEAL DRY GOODS & CLOTHING it own with Dry Good* TT AVISO received large lots of all kind» o. DRY GOODS, I am prepared to offer auch bargains as to aston ish everybody. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE Cheap for Canh. children's Dalnriral S KIKTS, Orib BLANKKTS—flue. If Uli Line Ked if LA. KKW, cwkkds, C a SSIUEKKS and .1hans —all colors. jalicoks—160 pie.:««, from 10 cunts uo. HOOTS aud ollat.., 50 casus, at leiucil rates. And a great inany articles too numerous to mention. L. HOSKNFlKLLl, decïl Corner Thiid and Laurel Sts. JYew Arrival». npfllC UNf>KR8LkrMKD takes pleasure in inform 1 ing liiff frieoUf* and rastomerfc and the pub lie in gen-ral,I hat hui* iu receipt of ind ottering for sa ie Ihe tirytMt aud bedt seme it-i lock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS A NO SHOES, FUA'SMJLXU GOO Da, HATH, <f'c., ever brought to this market. octlu L. noa F.N FIELD DRY HOODS DEPARTMENT. HAVINO liOUtiUT from Agent-; and the larg est hous-esin New York. I am no < prepared to undersell any one My stock in the atove de partment comprises— liHilim' Ort*« Cioo<ls, 1'rlnls, While nrn! Brown Cotton of every brand. Clot hs.CiMlnierrs, Satinet ■leans, lirrsey, Mn stys, Tweed», Ltneiil, Vnd everything necessary lor families Satisfy yourself at ■ [octlOj L. HOntSN FIKI.U'8 CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. ruis DEPARTMENT comprises the best se lected goods, as follows: Black Ore»» Coats, > Silk Mixed & Fancy Cassnneie Suits, Jean, Satinet and Melton Salts, Fine Ooeskln, Cassilucre, Tweed und Satinet Pants, Velvet silk Cloth, Casglmere and Satinet Vest«, All selected aud made for our trade. oct.O L. ROSEN FIELD. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. LN THIS LINE, I am able 10 offer at astonish ingly low prices — SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, SOCKS, OKA VATS, And many other articles. To save money, call at octlu -L KOSENFIELD'S THE SHOE DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST ever aff irded in this market. It comprises the celebrated NEWARK CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AIsTD SHOES, Which in quality and du ability, excel all others ind lean now offer a FINER SHOE or ii<X)T than ever was brought here. In LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, Th y can be fiund in all styles and qualities, of I'biladelphia aod Kastern make, at low prices. If you want a good Boot or Shoe, at a iow price, [octlO) ;alt on ROSEN FI ELD HATS, HATS, HATS. MADE FOR OUR OWN TRADE, to our order If you wish a fink u AT. at a low price, see octlO L. ÄOSENF1ELD BLANKETS AND FLANNELS F EVERY DESCRIPTION are offered at prices which defy competition at octlO L. ROSENFI ELD'S Ü GROCERIES, ETC. S UN DRIES, SUNDRIES. For Yz barrel Cranberries, iio bacR Buckwheat, 2 barrels Molasses, (Bleedings). 5 barrels Choice fcusar. 2 barrels Dried Apples, 2 tubs Choice Butter, ôt) pounds Currants. ale by ( j*n25) RANDOLPH & BATES PLANTING POTATOES. A A KAKRhLS genuine Pitik Eve Potatoes, 4tvy 25 do Jacicsou W hites do. Planters who wish the Planting Potato can obtain them as low is elsewhere at jan25 RANDOLPH & BAT; S' BUTTER AND CHEESE. rF YOU want a choice article, rail at the store of dec! 7 RANDOLPH & H A T K8 BEANS AND PEAS. 3BARKKI.Ö Clu.ice Northern Beans , 2 barrels Lady Peas. For »aie by declT RANDOLPH A BATES CRANBERRIES. ITVAMILIEri wishing a good and cle«n art cle <.f rr*tt)b**rriüfc. cheap,' can be accommodated oy calling on dee!7 RANDOLPH A BATES O BRANDY AM) WHISKY. NE1IALF barrel l>reT.<:h Hrsndy ; 1 barre! Bcurbon Wlii!>ky. For sale hy dtci2 R andolph a bates SOAP AM» CANDLES. 1 A BOXI..1 full weight O iUdKa ; 10 boxes Palm JLU toap. For sale by dec7 RANDOLPH & BATES SUGAR. JUST RECEIVED, .0 hogsheads choice Sugar. Dealers aud planters supplied at low rates, declü RANDOLPH « BATES COFFEE. 5BAW8 choice Rio ; 2 bags Java. The atten tion of families is especia iy called. We will sell at reduced rates <iecl2 RANDO LPH k BATES MOLASSES. \\rti HAVE In store a choice article—by the Vf barrel or at retaii. declü RANDOLPH A BATES SALI". ,■)- BAGS fine Salt, new sacks; 25 bigs cnaise £ kJ Salt, iiew sacl.a Planters ein have a bargain by catling on U«cl2 RA N DO' P H & BVTKS FIKE CRACKERS. ~ BOXsiS ior saie by O utc i2 RANDOLPH A BATES NEW SYRUP. FAMILIES can obtain a No 1 article at the store of <leo7 RANDOLPH à B \TËS GREEN MEAT. 1 OHA LBS Green Sbou ders. For sale by 1/4UU jau'26 RANDOLPH A BATES ATTENTION, YOUPiG AMERICA E[WISHING Lines," Fishing Floats ai.d Fishing Hooks—all siies. For sale very cheap at mar^6 REAL'» BOOK A VAR1KT* STOltE DRY SALT SHOULDERS. POUNDS now in store; prices much re duced. [dec 17] JuSilUA BEAL 200 c "10AL OIL at febt G. D. WADDILL'S Main street, near Third JEWELRY, CLOTHING, ETC. EMANUEL FENDLER, IMPORTER OF AND DEALER II § FINE COLO WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE Brazilian Pebbled Spectacles, ALL or TBK FINEST WORKMANSHIP & STYLES WHICH I CAN SELL Below New Orleans prices ! —<«i.aa3CE>— A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. % GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, an aHKortment of PLANTATION GOODS. |Sif" (laving received and constantly receiving, direct I'rora New York, goods 'roni the first importing Louses exclusivoly for cash, I am able to compete with any Jiouse iu the Sooth. bF öive us an early call and you will find it to your advantage. E. t'EJiDLER, feb'28 Third St., opposite the Bank. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! RECENT ARRIVALS —OF— FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRÏ GOODS, LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLE, —AT— TUB PEOPLE'S STORE, A. Kowalski, Agent. pURCHASBD AND SELECTED BY HIMSELF since the decline in the Eastern markets. The stock is complete in all the varietiei and styles. I Have no Price List to Offer, but i am enabled to sell as low as the lowest, and to OfFBR I.\'DOC£SIES ,S IN THE way OF FB1CES UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE IN THIS CITY. amkkican prints, ' 150 pieces—fast colors. ekuliüh prints, A choice selection, of Thomas Hoyle A Sou. TWEEDS A IVO C ASSI.UEKJKS, All Wool. kii> glov es, Black and White — best make flaisxels, mol' It nino shawls, BALMORALS, hoopsk1rts , Of the Latest Style, die. f37~ All of which will be sold a? the LOWEST CASH PRICES. K9,Call and examine my stock and convince yourself that I am selling good goods as cheap if nut cheaper than elsewhere. THE PEOPLE'S STORE, nov2S A. kowatiski, Agent ._ Bargains! Itargains! I WILL SELL, AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, Dry Good), Clothing, Bruadeloth, Cas sluieres, Boots, Shoes, AT and BELOW COST from this dale, on accpunt «f hard times All in need of such good? as I have on hand, will do well to examine iny stock before purchas ing elsewhere. THOS. B. O'CONOR, Agent, janl6-lm opposite Third Street Theatre. Just Received. - ribbed silk, worth $5 uo at $2 60. HARK1KON CA ?8IM KftKft, worth $4 50»t$l 90. CASyiMERES, all wool, worth *2 60at$l 00. BLACK DOESKIN, at $1 25, worth double. FLANNEL*, 8HAWL8 and BLANKETS, Exceedingly cheap. AI ko , a great many other articles, whi< h I will sell, f r c-ish, at 25 per cent below pre8en""*whole sa!e price*. [dec28j E. FEN1>LEK SELLING OUT BÊLÔWCOST ! IA"»i now oii'ering rjy entire stock of VÜUNI* TUKK, CROCKEKY and VVILLOWWAHE, hklow the actual cobt priog, until the l f ith day of February Prrsons desirous ot purehas: ig arti cle* in t'.e above line, X feel cotifidwtitr. Jhat my p ices will suit, m I atn determined to c ose out my entire stock by that time. j. d. blouin, T riangular B ulling, Babio's old . (4nd jan23 KID GLOVES. JDäT It! kl vhi>— A complete assortment of ostl -s' h; il lieullemeu's Kid (Hoves— the tinest. tier imported—a new kind with bills, and at pri<-es to sui. I he times. The' besi ia the cheapest. [fleclöj IS. FKCiDl.KK BLILI>E.!S, TAKE NOTICE! IIlAVfc in store 100 barrels Kichards' C*pe Linie, Cement, Plaster of Paris and Hair in qaanii'ies to suit purchasers. octld JAMES McVAY. ETC. GROCERIES, Call at N. Wax's NEW STORE, 40 FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES : BARRELS Choice Peach Bloy Potato«», 40 barrels Pink Eye Potatoes for glutting 80 barrels Choice Flour, » 20 sacks Choice Floor, 4 barrels Pickles, 2 barrels Bauerkraut, 3 barrels Choice No. 1 M*ek*r«l t 10 barrels Assorted Liquors, 5 hail barrels Pigs' Feet, ' 3 halt barrels Pickled Tongues, 3 half barrels bolden Syrup, 2 half barrels Spare Ribs, 10 boxes Raisins, 25 boxes Soap, 20 boxes Assorted Crackers 2 boxes Candles, 20 boxes Candles, 5 boxes Vermicelli, 4 boxes Macaroni, 4 boxes Codfish, 1000 Clear Sides, 600 Smoked Shoulders, 5 kegs Fre h Western Butter, 5 begs Fresh bosheo Butter. S Kegs Fresh Holland Herrings, 8 tierces Lard, 5 kegs Lard. Also, a full assortment of Wines, Liquors, oacco, Cigars, Crockery, Tin and Willow Ware. Just received at N. WAX'S NEW STORK, dec25; Opposite the Court House. SUNDRIES! ugai, Kid Col a toes. TEST STORK» t .1 hogsheads Louisiana Bug 10 bags Prime and Choioe Kl<t Coffee, 45 barrels Peach Blow Pntal 20 birrels Boston Pink Kye Potatoes, 10 barrels Maine JacKson Whites do. % barrels Pri c • Albert do. 6 barrels M"rcer's do. 30 barrels-Heavy Mess Pnrk, 52 barrels Kxtra Flour, 20 bags Coarse and Klne ^alt, 20 boxes Western Cb-.tse. 20 kegs Pigs' Keet- Spiced. lï'bvxes Star Oar.d e>, & barrels Choice Kice, 50 bags White Corn, 20 bags Bran, 20 bags Oats, 10 boxes Farrell's Ptlck Candy, 100 pounds Wrapping Twine, 10 bariels Apples. Prompt paying dealer-* supplied at a tr fling ad vanceon first cost. Consumera de.ilt with lib erally. janl4 JUSHDA BEAL. S UNDKIES, SUNDKIES. !0 barrels choice Family Flour, 5 .. Pork—Heavy Mess 3 .. Whisky—I Icking Valley. 2 .. Syrup—Bleedings, ô .. Choice Sjgar, 1 .. Coa'.Oil, 1 .. Pure Ci 1er Vinegar, 8 .. Soda Crackers, 2 .. Picnic 1 .. Sweet - 1 .. Crushed Sugar, 1 .. I ulverised 5 bags Choice Kio Coffee, 1 .. .. Java .. 20 .. Salt—Coarse and Fine, 50 .. Choice Family Flour, 20 .. .. Bucko heat do. S boxes German Soap, 5 .. Candles, 5 .. Western Reserve Cheese, 1 gross Washing Blue, 40 ,. Lacour's Matches. The above enumerated article- will be sold for cash, as low as any dealer in fltst-class merchan dise. at the Tunnard Buiidinir, on Main stre-t.by jan7 RANDOLPH & BATES. UN OKIES, SUNDKIES. S 30 barrels choice Family Flour, 5 choiçe Rio Coffee, 3 barrel* Louis! tua Sugar, 2 barrels choice Molashca, 2 bdirela Cider Vioegar, 2 barre's So»la Crackers, 2 kegs Hi-Carb Soda, 3 bt>x<*s Hi-Carb £otla, 8 boxes Wine, 2 baskets Sweet Oil. 40 poui <ls assorted Öraoklng Tobacco, d boXtis Foxes' Starch, 2 chests Klack aod Grçeo Tea, ] barrel Table Salt, Pepper, Spice *nd Nutmegs. The above enumerated articles— good and at reasonable rates, for sale by octl7 RANDOLPH A BAT W JpOWDEK, SHOT AND CAPS. 1 keg FKT G Powder, kegs FFF Ö Powder, 4* 1 .. assorted Hlio., 10,000 Kley Bros, wa'er-proof Caps, 10,000 .. .. Colt's pistol .. 5,000 B K superior article, ÏO.OO'I G Ü Caps, ! 6.000 Kreuch ö D Caps The attention of sportsmen is called to this card—we are certain of sale if you will honor us with a call. o^t'^2 RANDOLPH k BATES F RESH ARRIVALS. 10 barrels Pork —Heavy Mess, 1 bar-el Buckwheat Hour. 6 boxe- Western Keserve Cbeeie, 6 halt bnae* do. do. do. 1 cane Young America do. 1 kes jhoice Butter, 8 tubs do do 10"caddies Tobacco—Grape Juice, & do do Bla'k Hawk, 2 boxes Light pressed Virginia, Just received and for sale by dec! KANOOLPH A_BATE8^ SUNDRIES. WE HAVti rec :ived per steamer Julia and Olive Branch— 10 .. Peach Blow Potatoes, 10 .. choice Pippin Appies, 10 boxes German Soap, 1 tierce new Sugar-cured Hams which we will Bell low for cash. uov^.l KANUOLPH <£ BATRS AT REAL 'S. NEW AKHIVAL8.—Just received per steamer Virginia: 100 bags White Corn, 2200pounds Orten Shoulders, 20 bar elsd ubi« extra Flour, 2 tierces Leaf Lard. jsnlfl JOSHUA BRAL S UNDKIES. SUNDRIES. 1 barrel Coal Oil, 6 b >X"B IlerriDgn, 1 boxe« Concentrated Lye, 1 case Lac'Ur Mati-hes, 1 case Axle Grease. Just reoeived and for sale by dec21 RANDOLPH k BATES APPLES, POTATOES St ONIONS. JUST RECEIVED per sUamer Lizzie Gill* 10 barrels Ch dee Red Apples, 1& barrels Peach Hlow Poiatoes, S bii rols Iowa Onioos. Dealers supplied at a small advance by novlï HANDOLPH k BATES TOHACCO, TORACCO. C) BOXES Virginia Tobacco, , & 5 caddies Nectarine, 5 caddies Natural Letf, 1 boxes Mac and Mac, Which dealers can make a good profit. octlT RANDOLPH k BATES FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR. 1 /A BhLS PLANT'S EXTRA— Ki It/ 10 barrels Henrietta do do. 10 barrels Superfine do. Just received and for sale cheap for cash, at octl7 RANDOLPH k BATES' r Wbgat. CORN, OATS AND RR AN. r>A/l BAGS White Com, ÄVU 50 bags St Louis Oats, 30 bags St Louis Bran. For sale by [sept-i] JOSHUA BEAL SALES, AUCTION JULIUS C. Auctioneer and Conaiitita Keiehut, office AHB BALM-BOOM : Wo. 1 HAIN STRICKT,..,. *•.* bsg dl a* balk dats : WECNESDATB AUS SATUBSATI. la am Oct Doos B aum P hoiiptlt A iioth n. Con*ia*ment* of Every DttoripHom MfaArf. AT PRIVATE SAIiE, — BT— JULIUS C. BOGEL, AKtttMtr# office aho (ialüs -BOOM, Ho. 7„ Mal» Dtrsst..,. o NE ROSSWOOD ËQUAKS PIANO, one COTTON PBKS8, in complet« ùi4m, itetM >st a few months ago $SW; to be had very ebeap COTTON new, very powerful ; cost i One 80 Saw" made, cost. one VICK, one CAKKIAGK and B AMNM8, « umci DESK. de .17 ie SO Saw COTTON GIN, left huM, atwly e, by Adams A Ooonby, New York ; crifinal «409. One pair BHLLOMd, OH ANVIL, WANTS—FOR RENT,. ETC. Old Gold and Silver Waited. I AM PAYING U. highMt prie, for Ol« Od« and Silver. I. F ENDLICH, jao81 WsU ihmjk.r a nd Jewilw. FOR KENT. A COMFORTABLE dwelling hoaM, wllh^B x\_ three rooms well finished. For par JH ticulars, apply at thia office. JaaSa FOB KEJVÏV Three labor airy rooms over th« People's Store, opposite ihe Bank, Third JH street For particulars apply at th. septl, PEOPLK'8 WÖHR FARM FOR SALE. 6 MILES from Baton Rouge, on th. Olaj flat Kosd. The place contains 80 aerM cleared and under fence; good Dwelling and Negro Qaar* ters on the premises. PKICK $1000—half eash, the balance in twelve months. janïô J UlIUS C. BOO el, Auctioneer. 12 FARM FOR SALE. MILES from Baton Rouge, en the Bsjoa 4 ^1 Sara Ho->d. It contains about i30 acres oi -plendid land, about 80 acre* cleared aad aa* der fence. The improvements are amply suffi. cunt for residence and quarters. PH10I $10 per acre— half casn, the balance In one fear. Apply to JULIUS 0. BOG It L, jan'/fi Auctioneer. FOR SALE. As LOTION of as goad 'and as any in this Par« ish. It is situated about six miles Bast of the city of East Baton Rouge, and will be sold la lots to suit purchasers, or altogether, on I ble terms. Apply to jaul6-lni THOS. a. O'CONOB, Agent, V Baton Houg., La. CORN SHELLER FOR SALE. I HAVE for sale one good second-hand Cora Sheller— Pr : ce, twelve dollar« eaah. novltf JOBHOA BRAL One Hundred Dollars Reward. STOLEN from the residence r1 the Bnderrfgatd, on Friday night, the 29th of Noveabor, « tllrSNUT So It I", EL HOKRK, heavy eet, heavy uiaoe and tall, very round rump, white star la tM lorehead and two hind feat white up to the fere* locks, branded "U. S." Filty dollar* will be paid l«r deliver.' of the horse to me In Batoa Rouge, an üliy oollars fur the apprehension and con vict ou of the thief. decS QRORQ» A. P1KR. The Highest Cash Prices for Corn. IK YOU M ISH to secure the bighast market price for your surplus Corn, be sure aad call at the Steam Corn Mill of nov9 JOSEPA BRAL JfMagnoiia Cemetery. rrniK UNDERSIGNED, Besten Ol Magaolla JL Cemetery, respectfully gives aotioeto owa oi« of builal lots therein, that he la prepared ta attend to the Dröper care and improvement of said Kts on the most reasonable oash Urms. He will contract foi (he same by the year. All per sr»ns interested, wi.o may desire to have their lots kept fiee of weeds and in a neat, cleanly condition, new fences built and painted, ar old oues repaired aud repainted, graves dag, alaata »et out, Ac , will please give him a call. He will also undertake Ihe removal of the remains of deceased persons from other burial spots ta tn a Magnolia Cemetery. . PAUL BEBTBAND, janll Sexton Magno lia Co uutery. NÖTIGE IS HRRRBY GIVEN TO ALL PCRSORS HOLD ing claims against the lueceaeioo'ol Mr«. J v N E ToLBKHT, deceased, to fortnwlth present them to the undersigned Administrator. Jac25-3t J. W. DDPRRl REMOVAL. THE DNDKRSIGNED thankful tbr past pat* ronage, takes the pleasure to Inferm hie tuend« and patro is and the commun nity gener ally, in town aod in the ccuntry. that he haa re. moved his Hardware and Builders' Furnishing Store, into the new building recently erected by him, immediately adjoining Mr. Jastremskl's Drug S.ore, where he will b^ better nreparad aad With a full stock to accommodate all wishing la use any Illing in his II e of Hardware, Agrtcultu ral Implements aod Building Materials generallf. septlO JAM KB McVAT M 111LER8 AND F A RM ERS, TAKE NOTICE. IHAVR on consignment a very superior OOBN MILL, with the Freaoh Burr Mill Stoaee. It lias been in u»e but Cora hort tine, but Is la* complete running order, together with SI féet of 8 inch India Rubber Reitiog. It will be sold at* bargain. I have also in store an assortaient of the "STEEL COHN MILLS." so very convenient for family use, and a few of the very best OORH* SHELLEUS. DOORS, BLINDS ana SASHSS.ofall siae*,ei. ways on hand or piomptly made la order. M IN DOW 0 LASS of all sises furnished or eut to order, at the Hardware Store on Third street. nov23 JAMRS MoT AY. RUILDERS TAKE NOTICE. IHAVR just received a choice lot of F looi ing (twenty thousand feet), Ihr sala at ow rates by JAMES McVAY. Also, din Bauds, (three ply), Gutta Fercha Oilers, Scythe and brass BUdea, Scythee, Hunt's and Collios'. Kentucky and Yankee Axes, Wood S I*», Knives and Steels, and a be*utlful assart, loen i of Fire G raie J, at the JS.w Store of sept28 J AM K S MOTAT TO RUILDERS. JAM PREPARED to fill orders at short aetieo for Dressed Flooring and Celling, Paaoel Doors, Sashes and Blinds of all sixes aad quali ties, at lowest market rates. mart JAMRS McVAT. PAINTERS, TAKE NOTICE I I HAVE just received a full assortment of the various qualities of White Lead and all the standard colors ground tn oil, In caas and packa ges to suit, at reduced rates. maris JAMRS MoVAY. N' FIRE GRATES. OW is the time to set them, a reselved. lot Jaft [4*18] JAM 18 mo VAX.