Newspaper Page Text
GOLDEN DWARF PEACH.
THE SUBSCRIBER«! aznin offer to the lover* of the beautiful and the lu* eioun, well-grown troe* of VAN BUKEN'B GOLDEN DWAKF PEACH There it nothing of itn size more beautiful. It is prodigiously proliflo, and in qunlity of fruit, it has few, if nny miperiors. The !iïim i y« y J rn !iT. nUl ^ inff ttl î 0V0 ID ,V ilium h I m , of a goldon yellow color, with a rich mottled carmine cheek. The loaves add much to itn beauty, being very largo, closely »et, of a deep greeu color, und hang on longer thaii uny other Peach leaves. It ripens its fruit in September, attains a growth of from four to five feet, the original being but 26 inches in height when fuur year« old. Tho buds are so close together that one of the»o little trees, loaded with fruit, would almost remind the beholder of un iiumonse bunch 01 very large grapes. Tho idea that naturally suggests itself in, that this is an ordinary Peaeh dwarfed; but that, is not the cane; it is u distinct variety with a dwarf habit, and is not sickly like tlie corn mon Peach. This tren will be invaluable in tho ex treme North, as it is small and can be protected from tho front by covering, or planting in a box und setting in during tho cold season It will also be (juite un acquisition to the orchard house. It originated about the yeur 1856 with J. V an H uman , au eminent pomologist, of Georgia, and is supposed by him to be an acuidentul cross between the Italian Dwurl and Van Zandt's Superb. In the fall of 1859, Dr. J. F. Evans of Chester County, Pennsylvania, succeeded in getting a lew stumos of trees, with tho pledge t.iat he would not part with any buds before 1S61, ss .(Jr. V an U uhkn intended introducing the tree; but tho war thwarted his pians. The Dr. has put the buds into our hstids und we are now successfully engag'd in introducing it. With tho consent ot the l>r. we refer you to the following from hi*" pen pen 'The tree, what thore is of it, is a per feet beauty. Tho foliugu contrasts strongly with that, of any other peach tree, boing always large, and of a rich durk green, and ho denae that nota ruy of light oati truverse tho head "in any direetion. It. is a,dwarf in nothing but wood. Its buds are crowded together, und a trco three or four years old will produce as many of them as any other kind of peach troe, und ite branches will sustain und permet all the fruit that can possibly be strung ujioti them. And such fruit! In color it is a golden yellow, unlike any other peach I havo over seen, and the chuck which covers nearly half of il, i» of the richest carmine; and, all in all. I am free to declare, with out fear ot contradiction, that the orionl oanno' supj ly s shrub, or a tree, which is hardy, that will be more highly esteemed as.an ornament, and few peaches will sur pass it in davor." Among tho many favorable accounts given by tho press, is the following from the Americun Agriculturist. tjoplem lier. IStiti : "This is u comparatively new variety of Peach, that i- a natural dwarf growing. only 4 or 5 feet high. Tho trees we have seen, have a roiuurkably compact habit nud verv healthy loliage. We have not seen the ripe fruit, but have seen it when nearly fullgrowi^ Peaches have ol lute years been such a piecarious crop as to discourage their cultivation in most places. Tho Oolilen Dwarf muy prove to no the founder ol a race of pouches ot huc I i humble stature, that they may be pro toctod us easily us raspberry bushes, and thus allow peaches to be raised in localises where it ift not now practicable." Frederick Seitz, Lsq., of East on, Pa., exhibited specimens of this tree at the State exhibition last full, loaded with fruit; trees that he had purchased of us two years previous. Our stock will be the best we have ever offered. They stand apart in the rows, giving thom a chanco to become hmby and form a nice rhupo, so Ihul they will all be extra fine. will all be extra fine. PRICE: Lou than six, $1.00 ouch; six for f.i fiO; twolve for $10.U0; twoniy flvotur#li 00; flfty lor |80.00; one hundred fiy fôo.oo. With the udditiou of t welve cents each to the above prices we will send by mail, free ot postage. When «eut by mail, the prin cipal part of the top must be cut away, but that will bojio injury, as they grow out more limby. Twenty buds for $1.00. Buds by tho hundred thousands or fens of thousands at very reasonable rales. In making inquiry about buds, state the number you would like to have, in re mitting please send dralt on New York, Philadelphia, or Postotlioe order ou l'oita towir, d'eim. Agents and others who can make it suit will please order in tho lull. We can ship very early by stripping the trees of their foliage. Wu would say to those who wish to praotice economy, that they had bettor order early, and we will pack well in n box and send by freight, boing much cheaper than by express. There will be no doubt about their safe carriage, and arriving in good condition. Those wish ing sent by express, will please uame what companies have otilcos in their town; also lUoir preference, so that wo may accom modate. Liboral inducements to agents, nurserymen and tree dealers. Agents wanted in every town in the Union, to whom liberal inducements will bo ordered. There is nothing that sells better. Our agents writo: "We have ordered too few, we conld have sold mure if we had had them. The roason is, everybody that sees tliein wants thom." He sure yon got tho genuine (golden Dwarf. Any information given on receipt of stamp. D.M.Dewey oj Rochester. New York, offers a splendid lithographic print of tho tree and fruit to ngenti for 25 cents. MILLER & CO., tieluler's btore Post Office, Chester County, Penn, P. 8.—Send your orders immediately. Our motto is "First come, first served." jan80-lm. STATE OF LOUISIANA—FIFTH ju dicial District Court—Parish of East Baton .»ouge— Succession of Charlotte Jane Childs— No. 9til. WHEREAS, C. D. F avbot , has this day petitioned the Court lor letters of Administration in tho above Succession. All parties interested are hereby notified that any opposition to the same must bo Ulo<i within ten days from the first publi cation hereof. Oiven under my hand and seal of office this 24th January. 1S6». r janOO V. A. GALL AUG HER, Deputy Clerk. WHIPS. A COMPLETE aMoriment juit received direct from the manufactory, consisting of Car. riage, Boggy, Sulky and Riding Whips ; also, Dray, Team and Ox-Whips and Lashes. junel JAMES Mo VA Y When In Need of a Good Lead Pencil, L BK YOUR MERCHANT for ' H moma «'«,"and /\ take no other. For sale to Merchant« at $•* York priee« at H KBOM AN'8, MgU Corner Cbu r oh and Florida at«. Û"» »"><• where «II trading I» «loa» "on theeguart,' | give me* call GROCERIES, ETC. Lovers of Piue Rieb Cheese. T H A VIC I d «ton» a few cm «* of rwj Ant chew»* —weight bo iij r flight, oouoda und t which I woul-J Moifcit thv atUutlou ot koo liver* (oc'i9) J Ort MM M 1 AI« FOR A GEN Kit A L SUPPLY, ETC F OK h général supply ot Ibe luxuries or stnpi artiolns of Kiiroilj, Plantation «r flro.ers ! I H A KHK I.H Hiclinids' Cap« Linie. Lime ami JOSHUA DEAL POCKET KNIVES. ALA HUH ns« rtnieutof cliesp Pocket Knives a' HkAl.'n 1)00 H A NU VAUIKTV HTOKK janll-Sw COAL OIL LAMPS. TIIK best and Hie cheapest of all Dine« and styles, Wicks *nd Burners,at UKAL'o IIOOK AND VAIUKTY HTOItB Janll ilw EXTRA FINE MESS PORK. DKALKItS and Planter* having nexd of Olioic Heavy Mes. Purk, eau secure an Ann as wit over packt d, and At moderst« figure«, by calling at t lie store of |ati4 JOSlltJ A «KAI. CHOICE NEW LARD. KKUH Choice I .«at Lard In store and foi sale by . Jan4 JOSHUA UKAL 25 JUST RECEIVED, ^I^VKRY superior lot of Cooking »(«Tes m*rf> " JAM KH M o VAY . FAMILIES WILL FIND A GOOD stock of extra line Uushen Hutterat my store. dec IV JOWIIUA «K AI. PLANTING POTATOES. J UST KK0K1VKU, a lot of splendid Irish Pota I for seed purpose!. J08I1UA BKAL LIME. by D /V lu a d*jr tiecl'i i.arrttls 111 splendid order. Jusi receive! Id oftj JOHbUA liKAL APPLES. in I! \ltKELS due per Maille Able: 20 barrel i'J Fumy, per Kite Kinney. Tb* Motile Abb is now 'lu lnro slid Kiln Kyinev about the I'M deolJ luSHI! ; «KAI. HALF BAIiKKI.N FLOUR. KALKUM cad I)»* with m lew h%! barrpift of good ^uinily Flour «t modérât» price*» by onlliui* at th* »tor* of Oeo.'t UHlfTTA KKM« WALKING CANES. A PULL supply of Ualkinu slid .*w"r i Canes » JeH HKAl/S 110' >K % V a UIKTY ' TO Bit KEG AND TIERCE LAItD. KKW pack»*»« lu «line and more iu arrlv. JD81HTA «KAI, RIO COFFEE. LOCAI, and country dealei s supplied with good Kin (V lftes at rundurate pri««» by .1 ' H1 1U. A BKAL ; rusT IIKCMVK i J n ,,v*i j I ! FANCY CONFECTIONERIES. 1 IWV POUN 8 fancy Oonf.«;tlonerl«s just a IvHJ rlT d from N«w York «od for sals b i be pecsn^e to di?al*rs [nnvluj 'o«<IIUA IIKAI. NEW LOUISIANA SI G^R. KIIAVK IIK KIVKD one b"gsbe id o'olr« Loulslaiis rtuuar. w* nov2l A N y Son °r retail at I ■ i KAN I»01.1*If if- »ATK*. NEW MOLASSES. KD and for sie b> K kN HO..I'll A II A T Kb NAILS. N A8t»OKTMENi oi the "Weymouth" bran' RAND LPH A ÎIAW YOUNG AMERICA CHEESE. TlilH it Ii AM» of Cheene need* no cmniMnt wrigtjt from T to 9 lbs nach The ihh *1WM l'unit lit*« »ujifiliMti, bv cftUiriK at uov" RANDOLPH * B A TICS' PORK. JF YOU want a »foo«! artlcl»— (ind full weight) M cm I'ork. «nd . l»e »»p » k any other htmst i"..ill ori J i»ov7 I it \Wl)OLPII Jk HATlfift FLOUR. Pl.ANT'H KXTKA, an i several otber brand« Warrani« ! siiund, arnl no advatitaKe Voi ** Is by I tiovT | Î.ANDOI.I'H A IIATK» LARD. TUST STOKKD.—^ tlera«- l^)*r Lard; 10 ken do do. Kurulllei low h » elHrwIiuro. no» I ill ho MUppliçri »>y iMt.-ii 1 » RANDOLPH â BATK8 CORN ANU OATS. IF YOU are In no d of th« above, and wlihi fiound nd aitlrle, 140 to RANDOLPH à IIATIC8 SUGAR AND COFFEE. Wl*. «.'AN sell you Orusbed Powdere'd an. Hrown Hugarn; alio, any kind of Coif*, your laite cravwH. no»7 KANDOI.PH * I1ATK8 BUTTER, BUTTER, BUTTER. VO't WANT a real nice article of CJosher iilitor, call ou RANDOLPH k PATKS r .■m CLEAR SIDES AND SHOULDERS. IK YOU WANT a good artlc^ of the abov«. iro to foctITI KANDOLP'I A HATKfl' MES» PORK, MESS PORK. KARKKLH Kxtra Heavy Mem Pork, foraalent ') orti7 BANnoLPU a. liArK.i' BREAKFAST BACON AND HAMS. W r E H a VK ae good nh anybody, and «0 cbeap that the lighten! pockr fin Indulge oct17 KANDOI.PH A BATE# SALT, SALT, SALT. 5 BAUS Flnu Halt ; 6 bann Courue do. Larve Hackn and full. Call and see for v ur»elves. 00117 KANDOI.PH A 11 AT KB OATS, OATS, OATS. I" BAGS Blaek aud White Oati—new era, . , • ) We ar« auxious to nell oct 17 RANDOLPH A BATK8 BRANDY, BRANDY, BKANI»Y. IF YuU WANTagood and pure ar leb, c. 1 ,1 octi7 R andolph a ».«tkm' CHEESE, CHEESE, CHEESE. WK CAN nell you Weitem Re»erve Chef»« by retail cr " ootl7 RANDOLPH A BATES MACKEREL. KW FI8H, and No. 1, no humbug. Price to suit the limes. no*7 RANDOLPH A BATES N A NEW STYLE OF TRUSSES. RECEIVED. ? fine auortmentof Tru»«e«,'ofan improveo patent. Being entirety different tj any ever offwred for «ale In ihij market. Fol ■ale at eb80 JOHN V. JARTREMSKT'8 WHITE LEAD. TUST reoelved, one ton of fresh pnre White les«, in SR pound cam. a very superior article i>rid of three différent grades and qualities, and will be sold at price« to «ait the time« june29 JAMES MoVAY LUMBER. I H AVE In yard opposite the Theatre on Third street, 50,000 feet of choice seasoned Limber, consisting of Joist, Seantllng, Flooring, Weather, boarding, and Inch Plsnk, for sale at greatly re duced rate*. Uun«»] JAMES MoVAY GROCERIES, ETC. CHOICE TABLE BUTTER. FA M If I Mi ot grocers deelr.nrf a choice artiolf of Batter at, fair prices, cau procure it at tb. .turn of [ nu t .J'lSHUA HKAL OUR FAVORITE. MY "It E. LKK" brand of Flour I« fast becem in« « family pet. When you want the .uie"Crôme de laOrdme," give It a trial. mptii J oshua heal " TAR AND AXLE GREASE. rUE above mined lubricants always on haml and of best quality. Ane Urease in gallon ind half gallon tin can«. Pine Ter In one an« wo iruUoo tin nan«. junoW .IOHI1ÜA BKAL FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. A 8HKAT variety of Fresh (iarden tieeds.Just ruoelvxd and for sain by N. WAX, tau 16 N«w Brick Store, near the Courthouse SODA CRACKERS. [ UST received 10 boxen flesh baked Soda Craok (JulyMJ JOSHUA BKAL STARCH, STARCH, STARCH. I " BOXES Boil Whit« Starch, no* In store LO and for lale by ««ptlï JOSHUA BKAL GERMAN SOAP. ï RoXES Superior Ueruian Soap, now in I •) store and to arrive. m*ptl2 JOSHUA BEAL Bleedings or Cooler Molaues. \TICW CHOP—Now oa draft, New Crop Cooler i\ Molasses, also New Crop Ootden Syrup. novlV JOSHUA BEAL CHOICE LARGE RED APPLES. BARKELS extra lar^t Red Apples, now due here per steamer India povl» JOSHUA BEAL NEW CROP"CRANBERRIES. EW CROP CRANBERRIES at retail by noviö JO. HUA BKAL CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER. FAMILIES can obtein a very choice Qosben Butler, at retail, from the store r f dov U JOSUUA BEAL N FLOUR. f |V j BAKRKLb and 40 half barrnls Choice I'M" anil Medium i<rsdes of fresh ground ■lour, bow In store und for sal«- by uovla JOsIlUA BEAL SELF-RAISING FLOUR. [HAVE, at retail,a vary choice Helf-Ralslnft Flour. Price moderate. Give me a call novi'2 JOSHUA BKAL GUNS. JINGLE AND DOUBLE SHOT OUNS, Breech ■J Loading Itiflev, at uov28 MEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY 8T0RK CRACKERS. N'OW in store Balmoral, Cracknel, Soda. Plo Nu- and Oraam Craokers—all fresh baked pi Ices moderate <oct2W; JOSHUA BEAL BALMORAL BISCUITS. HE LA TES I' SENMATION le the Balmoral :hli g floer can 1 [octl2] JOMiUA BEAL f Blsculi—for invalids, nothiig floer can De i.d [ootiaj jo^HI GOLDEN SYRUP. r HAVK »10 L Crop Uoidi u Sjrrup uovO w Htore a choice article of New JO.* HUA BKAL NEW FISH. J UST ARRIVED.—10 boxei Codflah; JO boxes Harriott; 10 kits No I Mackerel, oct 12 JOSUUA BKAL MEAL FOR CORN; A KM Kith would do well to remember that an exchange of Meal for Corn can be obtained ,t an hour of the day and during any day o tile wck al the ."team «Jörn Mill of hiwS JOSHUA REAL P* IPPLKN, •re i APPLES. JU8T »tore *—10 hnrrel« Appl«m oct'-'4 J08HUA BKAL I.IME, LIME, LIME. JU.VT r»*c«*iv(Hi—60 bitrrein t'renh burned ('mpe Lim- (oct24J J08HÜA B1SAL CRACKERS AND CHEESE. A 0' 'OD stock for sale by ZX oct24 JOSHUA BEAL COFFEE, COFFEE. Dealer» and kamiues can and % good assortment of Coffee at the stora lit octS , JOSHUA BEAL FINE TEAS. IF YOU WANT » strictly choice Tea, don't iail to give mua eail Auy purchase failing to p.ease, the money will be refunded. octl 2 J Of HUA BEAL HAY, CORN, OATS AND BRAN. A IT11 UN sou require Hupbiles of Hay, Corn, V Y 0 its and llran, and st current value, give ueacail. (novl'i) JOSHUA BEAL RICE, RICE, RICE. f 1 KOCERS can Always procure choice Bice, In OT any desired quantity and at prices that will ■oiiipur« favorably with those of New Orleans, by calling at the store of oct'J9 JOSHUA BEAL BUCKWHEAT. rUST RECEIVED, another tot of choice New York Buokwieat—the best mad« in America. aovlD JOSHUA BKAL ROBERT E. LEE. THE Robert t C-? Plnur Is manufactured by Q'orjie p i' to A Co., of St. Louis, and is u»u paspi'd by ,1 Klour mad« In Americt. tJlve il a tri i ou want something extra dccl2 JOSHUA BEAL COAL OIL. 1 m . wA) >loslve Coal Oil, on draft «1 ..on tins, for sal« at JOSHUA BKAL PEACH BLOW POTATOES. ) ~r ifAHUKI.s very choice Peach Blow Pota »• ) to««, just stored and for sale by tec6 JOSHUA BEAL CHEAP NAILS. Ill A Vh in store a gond assortment of best quality Cut Nulls that I will close out at re tail very cheap for the cash Plauters and oth ers will do wei 1 to give me a call. dec3 JOSHUA BEAL BUTTER. DKALEItS can be supplied with a few pack ages of Butter at moderate prices by cal ing t store of [d 0»wJ JOSHUA BKAL t store of [d 0»wJ JOSHUA BKAL SAUER KRAUT. lOR SALE BY no T2 1 RANDOLPH t BATES^ SUNDRIES. LAMPS, Chimneys and Wicks at G. D. WADDILL'S, feb5 Main street, near Third CEDAR BUCKETS. RA8S and Iron-bonnd Cedar Buckets, a fine JAMES MoT AY F B 1 it of them marl2 FRESH OYSTERS. inO'NB OF FRESH OY TRRS—100 to the 1 /& can. Ready for delivery to-morrow. 94th. d. ci4 JOSHUA BKAL 10 SOAP AND CANDLES. BOXES assorted weight Candles, 10 boxes German Soap. J ust arrived and fbr sale by oetlT RANDOLPH * BATIS | | , ortW( , Dtof DRUOS, MEDICINES, ETC. MEDICINES, DRUGS. PKBFUME-RIÜ8, — And— AliNCKLLANKUtJM AMT1CLKM. ' pHK UNDER810NKD respectfully gives JL ni 'tlee ibat he has alwaye "» hand a ir esh supply of bO. EDIOIN E S t ETO. Which they guarantee to he pure; also ehofer PBBFUMBKY, from Oik most celebrated manufactories, compris In«— LUIIIN'S, Madam DUKAND'S, BAZIN and WRIOHT'S A fine assortment of 1 ESSENCES FOR HANBKEKCHIEF8 —A*D— • CER'lED SOAP*. All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATEK PURK L.IUCORH, vi« ■ franeh aud American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SU ERR Y and MADEIRA Genuine Holland QIN, Pure SOHNAPPti. FRENCH PATENT MKDtCINK». SlSOf UK BRI A NT, SIROP DE FLORE, tflftOP DE LAMOHRIKUX I.IQUKCR LAVILI.E. ICLIXIR -WVri-ULAlROCX, INJECTION BltAN, LEKOV'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEOU^, PKKOHLORMEH DE PER DE PltA\ AR, IIUlliLE DE HOIR DE MORUE DE TOUOH». (de Uogg. Will receive by the nest steamer a fresh lot i i i'atent Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SKKDS—just received COAL OIL and GOAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always no hand. |£V AU ordtr» from ihn country oartfvlly pu up and proniply aUmdtd to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, 0T 8'.ore nearly ovposlt* the Branch ol the Louslana State Sank. jull J. JA8TKËMSKI & BRO., Druggists and, Apothecaries, CUÜKT UOÜ8E StiüAHK, Corner Mt. KercllnainI anil AfTlcs Mil. THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to an., nounce to the public, that they are pre pared at the above place, to fill a I orders and prescription.). They now have on band, and will constantly keep, a full supply of DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, Ac.. FANCY and TOILET ARTIOLES, PERFUMERY. TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, GUNS, Chewing and Rmolclng Tobacco, &*-. Special care and attention will be given to the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, with that view, an experienced Druggist, PAUi BESSY, will always be found In attendance a' all hours. nov29 J. JA8TRRM8KI & BRO. G. D7 WADDILL, HAYING purchased the DRUG STOKE, oil Main St., Baton Rouge, known as "HAYNES" DRUG STORE," respectfully Informs his city .tin! country friends that he is prepared to furnish, »ml wit' keep constantly on hand,supplies of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all other articles In Ms line. Asharaofthe public patronage Is respectfully solleted. oovM-ti JUST RECEIVED, A VMUM SCPFLT 09 American and Foreign IIDIIPfi ^UCMIP A I C i DKUUÖ, OflBlVII V AlssO j —AND— PATENT MEDICINES, AI.BO, A CHOICE LOT OF HAVANA CIGARS, Maryland and Porifjuo TOBACCO, French Tooth A Hair BRUSHES, Fine Toilet 8OAP8, PERFUMERY, all kindoj A LAO, A SKI. KOT ASHORTtïENT OF COAL OIL LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, Ac . TOOKTHSB WITH FIREWORKS, CHRISTMAS PRE8ENT8, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac ., Ac ., at J. Jastremski & Bro's. Drag Store, novïï Nesr the Court House GENUINE FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.! SIROP LAOTUCARIUM, SIROP DIU1TALE, 8IROP BBIANT, SIROf FLOR, FRENCH COD LITER OIL, SYRUP PHOSPHATE OF IRON. LEROY PURGATIVE, LIQUEUR LAVILLE. flUrU.I ANTI OLAIRfcCX The above fbr sale at JOHN V. J ASTREMSKI'S maylS Uru* Store. Genuine German & American MINERAL WATERS SELIER'8 WATER, BITTER WATER, OONOKE8P WATER. For (ale at SARATOGA WATER JOHN V. -TA8TREM8KI'8 mayl J Drug Store F SAVER KRAUT. I0R SALI BY BevXl RANDOLPH à BATES | NEW ORLEANS CARPS, j *• »• K. LAMTJS*« A. aaOTHS* HIKE, LAPETRE L BROTHER, BANKERS, i>s*I,*iw te FOREIGN «i DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, MOM US, StOvJM, OOIH ANJt XJlMOXJRItElSrX NOTES. UFWCK ON CAMP MTRBBf, Between C aub I und Common Streets, N«w Orleans I^ h . decll-v R. HTCRZENEGtiER, meuartn o» a dsahh 1» Foreign & Domestic Fancy Goods, NOTIONS, ETC., No. «»Old Lev«« Ml. NEW ORLEANS. GOODS sold at New York prices. Mr. A. Dame, formerly with Mesars. F. himailho A Neyrey Is couiixcted with this hause. merï6-y COMMISSION MERCHANT. JS. COPES, Coilon Factor and General Com • mission .M«relia nt, No. fil St. Charles street, '•ojjier nt Unloii, N«w Orleans, La. juuetf-j JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. Ghru.nig . Artist m Ilalr, and Dealer I d • Matches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded st the lata Fair for the be#t Ilalr Work. M atches and Jewelry repaired and warranted A KIKMANN, Watchmaker dfl-ly JEWELRY AND FANCY «OODS. AB. GRISWOLD » Co . ,«l firm of Hyde A e Goodrich, established fifty years). Manu lauturers aud Ituporfurs ol Matcbee, Jewelry, Sllvorware, Cutlery, Ouns and Pistols; corner 01 ('1 • il s"d Itovsl s»rn«t« decl'J-y BOOTS AND SHOES. T OUIS KOOl.rHEKIII'.N, Importer and Dealet JLi In Ladies' and Ownt's Bool» and Shoes, No :i8 Roysl street, Imtwwii St. Louis and Conti, New Orleans Ladies' Misses' and Children's Boots nod Slices nade to ordei <Jec!24 DENTAL MATERIALS. A A. tAYfcXfVKATllHt, New Orleans Den « tal DeiiAt,^! Ht Clisrles street Eetab llflied, l*i'6. marT-lv GARDEN SEEDS. EK. V1 ll(iIN. socces-or to D Maupay, Dealer . in Meads No In4 ür:ivier street, bet.Camp and Magealne e'reets. New Orleans. aug24-y HOTELS. C11TV HoTKl., Cornar I'snip and Common St«., y K. p. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, J*. deetS-ly SOUTHERN WHISKY DEPOT. I^HO. KLEINPETEU, No IRkioat stieet. New Grinaus, for« gri and iioaiestic Liquors .-ojthcrn M 'huky Ironi %I «W» to t'À \tt> per gallon apr'^-j all apr'^-j INSURANCE, ETC. CITIZENS' Insurance Company of ßaiou Kouge. Iiirorporated November let, 1NOO. Office in Iht Banking //out« of Uart é Hébert. 111118 COMPANY is now prepared to insur» . against loss or damage t>y Flra, Hlrrr or Marine. »(fleers: 8. M. HART, President, K !1. DAY. Vice President; F. fc. HEBERT, Heeretary. Hoard ef IHrcctor« : S. M. HAKT, K. H DAY, a. HUfM AN, N. WAX, JAMt»< MoVAY, . L. »ONNECA/.E, S. P. ORK V KS, II. M FAVitoT, J C CIIARROTTE. Finance ('«ininltiee : * U.M. l'A V ROT. J C. CH ARROTTE, O, GUSMAK 8. M. HART, Pree't. F. E. Hrbert, Sec'y. novl8-y First Annual Statement Of Tfî» CITIZENS' INMIiKANCK COMPANY OF BATON BOUGE, Endina November ls«t, 1©67. In conformity with the requirements of their Chai'er, the Company jiullish the folloarlug statement : Amount "I Piutniums ru'elveij from 1st of Novoujber, ISdb, to 1st No vember, 1867 19,1140 44 ab v' ilows: Pr«mluois on Fire R'sk* f7,7f>6 Wi Premiums on River and Ma rlow Risks 1,683 Ai » 3 0 44 Le*s Premiums on risks not terminated 0,742 75 Net «arned Premiums for the year ending as above :i,R»7 Wi IS) HSV, H PAID DDRIN') HAMK PfcWOD : On Kiv»T 11.1! Marine Kinkt... 386 80 Kxp«r">ek during the year m abuvt- U,4.'H> 00 3,82(1 »0 TBE COmeABT HAVE TUR roLLOVrmq ASSITfl: Bills Receivable, for balances due on Stock Notes 113,940 00 Cash lisiaocv on hand 11,17» 04 | j Total Assets 1124,71!» 64 Tb« shove is ajust, true and correct statement from the hooks of the Company. 8. M. HAKT, President. F. H. HÉBERT, Secretary. A. % iroi, > 7« J STATE OF LOUISIANA P ar ish or I ast K ato * l «ou City of Baton Bouge Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4tb day of November, lbli7. 0E0. W. BUCKNER, novT Justice of the Peace. Freocb Paleol Medicines. JUST RECEIVED— Lera«' Phosphate of Iron, Orimaulf s Syrup Horse Radish and Iodine, Injection Hrou, Lcroy's Pills, Purgative Noe. 1, 3, S and 4. .. V-ml Purgative, »trop de Dlgaule de Labelonye, F on, BrlADt, l.amourous, Oapsnlee de Kaqaln, Mnthey-Caylai. For sal» at JOHN JASTREMSKI'S, jOBsS Third Street Dfuf Atere. NEW O RLEAN S CARDS. JORDANS 8Vfi AB CUUFIEB. THIS MACHINE smlaeutiy combines simpU olty, cheapness, perfection «ad durability. No vacuum process used. Bo simple as to be worked by a boy fifteen Jfeaie ein. It eaoaol easily beeem« disarranged, and Ii pronounced perfeetlon by those who have seen It. In opera* don. 'Abe patentee will ereet hi* machinery on a ay plantation In Louisiana oa .eoattnient terms, and wilt sell patent rlgb*s te Individuals or States by reference to bis Agewts as below. The buiphuroos Qae can be increased or dimin ished, as the aature of the (AM may rcquire lu the can* inlee. It ha* proved a perfect sue* cess on the plantations of T W. Plcott, Parish of St. Job d the Baptiste, aeer Bonnet Carré, La., and the Sugar and Uaiassee (also resembled tbe Golden Syrup,) was sold ai tbe til*best merket prieee by Mr. Kdwsrd Shift, merchant. No IBS Common street, New Orleen*. The following elantereof the Parish of St Jihn tbe Beallste, l e . bave used this superior mecbine, via: JF. Moissonet, Louis Luke, Henry 0. Story, St. Her bave used this superior mecbine, sonet, Louis Luke, Henry 0 oard Parish, La. See eertificate. This Mecbine is very suitable for Uoluaes, making It equal to Gloiden Syrup. Patents to States, Territories or Individual«, can be 0' telned by letter, or persons»*, to H O. HEARTT, 31 Commercial Place, corner St. Char lee rit., New Orleans, la. S t . C hablis H otel, I New Orleans, La., April !iS, 1807. | W. A. Jordan, Xmj.\ Dbak sie— You have reoelved a patent from tbe United States for bleaching and clprlfylog cane Juice by the fumee of sulphur, at d au ad vertisement. signed by me, having appeared In the Fe« Orleans Fieay un», April 18,1 will state that your patent Is no leirlngeuiont on nfy pat eat tor the appiie tjon or suiphurou* gas fer def eeeting sr. J eiaruying canejulce. ' B. A. STEWART. P a a leu of S t. B uiiahc , L a , 1 Story's Plantation, V U miles below New Orleaas, May 13,1^67. J W. A Jordan, K*q.: 1) bak sir— I have used your patent, and tbe machine made sod put up by jou, luPclarifylug eaue juice by the fumes of sulphur, In makli g my crops of suxar for thft years 1806-0. 'The ea ger was very supeilor in color anil gralo. 1 con tinue to U'e your patent, and highly rceomfiiend It to plentitrs as Important in tbe highest degree, and very economical. Very respectfully yours, ' . HEPRV C. STORY. These Machines ere now ready for delivery iu rleans, price $300 ekeh, there. Pletiti ve ordered will be served In turn tered. New Orleans, price $300 ekeh, there. who have ordered will be served In turn as rtgls ,N. B —Any InfrlnKemeot on this patent tbe party will be prosecuted to tbe eatent of.(be law. NOTICE TO MÜH PLANTERS. THE PATENTEE, W. A. JORDAN, has been Informed that a Mr. Camlle Mire end Dr Mr Loud heve been putting op si me mongrel ma chines—adopting arms ano cups and traveling un the oosst. Ibey heve no letiers patent/rom tlie United States Oovrrument, an' all planters who ha«e them on their plarek, will tés ptose -uted and the sugar aud molasses pn duot Uiere ot, held liable lor damages Ihfse who have them, oan arrange the matter amicably, or through their merohaois lo New Orke.iS, by ad» dressing personally, or by letter. H. U. HEARTT, 31 Commercial Piece, cor, et Chnrles Ht. deo2-3m New Lrleans, La. or PAPER, STATIONERY —AM>— FANCY_GOODS. WarehoDM, Not. 96 and 98 Comflion St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a large stoek of v PttlNTINQ, WRITING AMD WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOKS, ' 1 STATIONERY of all. kinds, Aud FANCY UOODB. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship freedom— 44 cases CAP and LETT Ml PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 eases SCHOOL SLATES. , #10 dolen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 100,000 PA PEU BAGS, all sises. frhtO H to Ul> 9> COMBS NEEDLES, PINS, I . TOOTH BRUSHES, And a general aeeortment of FA né Y ttOQllN. Fo sale at reduced prices. STEVENS A SEYMOUR, jnlylD >0 and 08 Common street. THE CAMPAIGNS —of— Lieutenant General Forreat, FORREST« CAVALRY, A n O ctavo V oi.um * or 625 P aoas . Price in cloth, $4; half calf, 99. 'po BK PRINTED ON FINE PAPER, HAND A. sumely bound, and lllustraied with four full-page »tcel-plut'e portraits, one group of me dallion portraits,together with copious maps snd diagtuns, and seven portraits on wood., making the most complete and elegant historical work ever issued from the American pres. AGKNT8 WANTKD. BLELOCK A CO., PcBLUmite, jan4 130 Canal 8treet, New Orleans. PEBIVIAN BARK BITTERS. CELEBRATED TONIC. A Certain Preventive Fever and Ague. GL KOUNS A BKO, 66 Common street, New • Orleans, Wholesale Agente. Manufactured by Vr. M. Pew. A Co., Whosesale Druggists, l'/4 Chartres street, New Orleans. aprï-y Atlantic & Great Western Railway ! , The Short and Direet Route to JSTEW YOBK, BOSTON, Ssw llaven. Bridgeport, Providence, fclmlra, Plttaburg, llarriebtirf(, Phil adelphia. Baltimore, Waabliigton City a«o to ALi ronrrs n> NEW YORK, NEWaENCLAND PENNSYLVANIA. TWO THROUGH EXPRE88 TRAINS leave Cincinnati oaily, making direct connection with all tbe principal raiiwnys West and South MORNING KXPKKSS leaves Cincinnati,(except Sundajs.; 0:00 A. M,. arrives In New York'cext flay at J 16 P. M , Boston,6:<fo A M. LIGHTNING .XPKfcSB, (eicept Saturdays) 7:00 P A" arrive in New York second momlog at 7:00 A M , Boston, 6.00 P. M Palace Stateroom Sleeping Ooaebee, surpassing In elegance and eomtort tboee on any other line, are ettached to the Lightring >*pre«s at Clncln oati, and run through to NEW YORK without Changs of ears. This is tbe only Line running Coaches through without ebaage from Cincinnati to New York Baggage Cheeked through to all pointa East. Mk for tickets via. Atlantic and Sreet Western Railway, for sale et ell principal Ticket and Stermboat Offices throughout tbe South and West. Is. D. RUCKES, General Superintendent. W. B. IHATTBCf latTTlHiil ig t. sept?