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FANCY CONFECTIONERIES. "I POUNDS Kane; Confectioneries Juni ar 1UU rlvtd from New York and for Kale by the package to dealers. [oov19J IOHIIUA UKAL CHOICE NEW LARD. tlF KKUS Choice Leaf Lard iu »tore and for «ale by jau4 JOSHUA I1KAL BUILDERS, TAKE NOTICE! IHAVK In »tore 100 barrels Richards' Olpe Urne, Cement, Planter of Paris and Hair In quantities to suit purchasers. oetlfl JAMK8 MoVAT^ JUST RECEIVED, AVERY superior lot of CookinR Stoves. mar5 JAM KH MoVAY. FAMILIES WILL FIND A GOOD stock of extra tine Uoshen Butterat my store. decl9 JOSHUA BEAL EXTRA FINE MESS PORK. DKALKRS and Planters having need of Choice Heavy Mess Pork, can secure a» fine as was «ver packed, and at moderate figures, by calling at the Htore of jan4 JOSHUA HEAL PIGS' FEET. .jau30 A FEW more kegs in store aod for sale low by J " ' j BARRELS best quality Mess Pork,In store JOSHUA BKAL MESS FORK. and for nie by jan28 JOSHUA BKAL GREEN SHOULDERS.. DK A LEKti and consumers can be »upplied with first clans Green Bbouiders, by calling at tii« Htore of jan80 JOSHUA URAL 25 CODFISH AND HERRINGS. PACKAGES Codfish and Herrings f»r sale by (Jan28) JOSHUA BKAL F SAUER 7V)R SALE BY uov21 KRAUT. RANDOLPH k BATES STAR CANDLES. DEALERS can now be supplied with Candles, at very low figures, at store of jan28 JOSHUA BEAL GOOD AND CHEAP COW FEED. A MIXTURE of Corn Bran and Urits makes a Hue Feed for Cows. Price, One Dollar and Seventy five Cents per hundred pounds. (Jive it atrial. (jan '^8) JO-HUA BKAL BUTTER, CHEESE AND LARD. A GOOD supply of Choice Western Butter, Western Reserve Cheese and White Leal Lard, now Jn store and for sale by jan28 JOdHUA BKAL DRY SALT SHOULDERS. QAA FOUNDS now in store; prices much re 4t\J\J duced [decl7J JOHHUA BKAL FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. AOKKAT variety of Fresh Garden $eeds,just received and for sale by N. WAX, jan 10 New Brick 8t,ore. near the Courthouse. STARCH, STARCH, STARCH. 1 K I10XK3 Best White Starch, now in store XeJ and for sale by sept!2 JOSHUA BEAL 75 GERMAN SOAP. ^ BOXES Superior German Soap, now In JOSHUA BEAL store and to arrive, septic Bleedings or Cooler Molasses. NEW CROP —Now oq draft. New Crop Cooler Molasses, also New Crop Golden Syrup. BOVIS) JOSHUA BEAL CHOICE LARGE RED APPLES. rpKN BARRELS extra large Red Apples, now due here per steamer India novl9 JOSHUA BEAL N NEW CROP CRANBERRIES. EW CROP CRANBERRIES at retail by novl'J JOSHUA BEAL CHOICE G<fSHEN BUTTER. IjlAMILlKS can obtain a very choice Goshen Butter, at retail, from the store of JOSHUA BKAL nov!2 FLOUR. 1 AA BARRELS and 40 half barrels Choice I " M I and Medium grades of fresh ground Flour, now in store and for Sale by novl2 JOSHUA BEAL SELF-RAISING FLOUR. [HAVE, at retail, a very choice Self-Raising Flour. Price moderate. Give me a call, novia JOSHUA BKAL GUNS. SINGLE AND DOUULE SHOT GUNS, Breech Loading Hilles, at qot 2S UEAI/S BOOK k VARIETY STORE BALMORAL BISCUITS. TUE LATEST SENSATION is the Balmoral Biscuit—for invalids, nothing liner can be had. [octli] JOSHUA REAL GOLDEN SYRUP. [HAVE now in store a choice article of New Crop Gulden Syrup. nov6 JOSHUA BEAL HAY, CORN, OATS AND BRAN. WHEN you require supplies of Hay, Corn, 0 its and Bran, and at current value, give me a call. (novl2) JOSHUA BKAL RICE, RICE, RICE. / 1 ROCERS can always procure choice Rice, in VJT any desired quantity and at prices that will compare favorably with those of New Orleans, by calling at the store of oct29 JOSHUA BEAL BUCKWHEAT. JUST RECEIVED, another lot of choice New Xork Buckwheat—the best made in America. novl9 JOSHUA BEAL ROBERT E. LEE. THE Robert E Lee Flour is manufactured by George P. Plant & Co., of St. Louis, and is »o'u passed by anv Flour made In America. Give it a trial when you want something extra decl'J JOSHUA UKAL COAL OIL. IT^XTRA White Non-explosive Coal Oil, on draft and in Ave gallon tins, for sale at decl2 JOSHUA BEAL PEACH BLOW POTATOES. rtX BARRELS very choice Peach Blow Pota toes, just stored and for sale by dec5 JOSHUA BEAL CHEAP NAILS. I HAVE in store a good assortment of best quality Cut Nails that I will close out at re tail very cheap for the cash. Planters and oth ers will do well to give me a call. dec3 JOSHUA BEAL BUTTER. DEALER8 can be supplied vrith & few pack ages of Butter at moderate prices by calling at store of [d-ci^] JOSHUA REAL SUNDRIES. JQ^AMPS, Chimneys and Wicks at feb!5 G. D. WADDILL'8, Main street, near Third CEDAR BUCKETS. BRASS and iron-bound Cedar Buckets, a flue lot of them. marl2 JAMES McVAY SOAP AND CANDLES. 1 BOXES assorted weicht Oandles, Xvf 10 boxes German Soap. Just arrived and for sale by octl7 RANDOLPH k BATES INSURANCE, ETC. CITIZENS' Insurance Company of Baton Kouge. Incorporated November 1st, 1KB«. OJflotin the Banking House of Hurt <£ Hébert, THfa COMPANY Is now prcparid to bisur* againiit loss or damage by Fire, River or Marine. Officer.: 8. M. HAKT, President, R. 11. DAY, Vice President; F. E. HEBERT, Secretary. Board of Director»: s. m. hart, k. h. day, G. gu8man, N. WAX, JAMEB MoVAY, L. BONNECAZE, a. P. GREVES, H. M. KAVRUT, J. C. CHARROTTE. Finance Committee: m ii. m. favrot, j. 0. char rott k, g. gusman 8. M. HAKT, Pres't. F. E. H ebert, Sec'y. novl3-y First Annual Statement CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF BATON ROUGE, ' Ending Novarri~M^r l«t, 10O7. In conformity with the requirements of their Charter, the Company publish the following statement : Amount of Premiums received from 1st of November, I860, to 1st No vember, 1807 $9,340 44 as follows: Premium« on Fire Rinks $7,7GG Premiums on River and Ma rine Risks 1,58.3 51 9,840 44 Less Premiums on risks not terminated 5,742 76 Net earned Premiums for the year ending as above. 3,597 09 LOS8KS PAID DURIN'i SAM E PEHIOI» : On River and Marine Rinks.. 3Sj hU Expenses during the year as aboye a,435 00 THE COMPANY HAVE THE FOLLOWING A BÖKTÖ .* Rills Receivable, for balances dun on Stock Notes 113,240 0< Cash balance on band 11,479 (U Total Assets., $124.719 64 The above Is a just, true and correct statement from the books of the Company. 8. fa. HART, President. F. E. 11ÉUERT, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, "| pAKIrill <>F I'.AKT llATON llOUOE, !» City of Baton Rouge. ) Sworn to anil subscribed bofore lue this 4th (lay of November, 1867. GEO. W. II UC K.N ER, nov7 Justice of the Peace. ST. LOUIS Mutual Life Insurance Company, HOME OFFICE: No. GX3 Olive Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. D. A. JANUARY, P i eaiient; JAS. H. LUCAS, Vice President; WM. T. SELB Y, Secretary; WM. N* BENTON, General Agent, James II Lucas, Robert E Carr, FI Overs toltz, Jacob Tamm, L> A January, Robert K Woods, D K Ferguson, R P Ilanenk&mp, John F Thornton, George R Robinson, Directors : William T Gay, William 0 Jamison, Theo Lave! IIA, lion John tiogan, L II Maker, C II Peck, Jo les Va He, William.! Lewis, Samuel vVllli, F Kozier, Jr N Schaufler Assets, January 1st, 1868, over $1 Issues Policies on all the MOST APPROVED NON-FORFEITING PLANS, on as yood terms as any. Company. NO RESTRICTIONS ON UN ACCLIMATED PERSONS, OR TO RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL. Office In Memphis ; NO.43 MADISON ST., KIT WILLIAMS 1 BLOCK. Medical Examiners : J. S. WHITE, M. D. W. T. IRWIN, M. D. State Agents : MoMAHON A OTIS, M emphis , TBNN Memphis Board of Reference s Wormely, Joy & Co Gen N B F orrest Aydlett, Robinson A Co Gen J R Chambers S M Webb & Co Com J E Montgomery Toof, Phillips A Co Judge J P Oarutbers Lacey & McGhee Rev S 11 Ford, IJ D N Coronna Rev J R Graves A. E Frankland Jud^e P T Scruggs Clapp,Vance à Anderson Gallaway, Hampton &co Baton Rouge Board of Reference : George A Pike, Prof W H N Mafçruder, John A Dougherty, Hart k Hébert, R D Day, N W Pope, W B Chamberlain, J V Duralde, Henry Jones, D C Montau, J E fclam, II J Ifyam*, R H Day, M D W F Tunnard Office In Baton Rouge : ON FLORIDA STREET, IN PIKE'S ROW. MedlrnI Emmlnm: T. J. BUFFINGTON, B. DUCHEIN, M. D. JOS. S. WILLIAMS, Special Agent for East and West Ilaton Korge, Pointe Coupée, East and West Feliciana, Iber ville and adjoining Parishes in Louisiana and Counties in Mississipoi. febll genuine french PATENT MEDICINES. SIROP LACTUCARIUM, SIROP DIGITALE, SIROP BKIANT, SIROP FLOR, FRENOH COD LIVER OIL, SYRUP PHOSPHATE OF IRON LE1ÎOY PURGATIVE, LIQUEUR LAVILLE, OUILLI ANTI GLAIREUX The above for sal» at JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S uayl2 Drug Store. NEW ORLEANS CARPS. W. B. PIEB. J. M. LAPKYKKie A. BKOTJIKB PIKE, LA1'EYRE& BROTHER, BANKERS, DIALERS IM FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. BONDS, SlOCMti, COIN AND XT3SrCXTKK,EKTX NOTES. UFHCE ON CAMP ST BEET, Botwoen Canal and Common Streets, _ New Orleans La. deelT-y R. STURZ EN ECîtiER, importer of a dealer in Foreign & Domestic Fancy Goods, NOTIONS, ETC., No. 43U1Ü Levee St. NEW ORLEANB. GOODS «old at New York prlneB. Mr. A. D bnih formerly with Mesura. F. Kiuiailho & Ney rey I m çootkected with this houHo. mar2ö-y COMMISSION MERCHANT. JH. GOPJfiS, Cotton Factor and General Com • mission Merchant, No. 01 8t. Charles street «ornHr of Union, N«w Orleans, La. june'27-j JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. G1 BRDNIO, Artist in Ilalr, and Deal.r II: r• Watches and Jewelry, No 118 Citnal street I'reniiuin awarded at the late Fair for the best lla'r Work. Watches and Jewelry repaired anil warranted. A. RI EMANN, Watchmaker dtJ-ly JEWELRY AND FANCY MOODS. AB. ORISWOI.I) k CO , < old firm of Hyde i • Goodrich, established fifty years), .Manu fnctur^rs and Importers of Watches, jewelry, Silverware, Outlery, (Juns and Pistols ; corner 01 Caual and Royal streets. dec!2-y BOOTS AND SHOES. LOUIH KOOLHBERGKN, Importer anü Dealer in Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes, No «J8 Royal street, between 8t. Louis and Cont!, New Orleans. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Boots and 8hoes made to order. dee24 DENTAL MATERIALS. A A. FA V ER WEATHER, New Orleans Den . tal Dépôt, bo St. Charles llshed, 1K65. treet. Kstab mar7-lv GARDEN SEEDS. EF. VIRGIN, successor to D. Maupay, Dealer . in Seeds, No 1(14 Urafier street, bet.Camp and Miittazlne streets. New Orleans. aug'24-y HOTELS. CITY HOTEL, Corner Camp and Common Sts., K. S. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, La. dec^2-ly SOUTHERN WHISKY DEPOT. rpuo. KLEIN PETER, No. 13 Front street. New -L Orleans. Foreign and Domestic Liquors, foJthi^rn Whisky from $1 tili to (2 26 per gallon apr-2-y DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES, —And— miscellaneous articles. r |MIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully gives X notice that he has always on hand a iresh supply of MEDICINES. ETC., Which they guarantee to be pure; also ' choice assortment of PERPUMERT, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris tig— LUllIN'S, Madam DURAND'H, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S A fine assortment of ESSENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS —and— scented soaps. All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATER PlIRE LIUCOIIS, viz : French and American HRANDIES, WUioKY—itye and Bourbon. PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, fiie .vcii patent medicines. SIROP DE IillIANT, SIROP DE FLORE, SIROP DE LAMOURIEÜX LIQUEUR LAVILLE. ELIXIR ANTI-ÛLAIROUX, INJECTION UltAN, LEKOY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEGUIN, PERCHLO-tMER DE FER DE PI1AV AR, HÜ1LLE DE FOIE DE MORUE DE TOUGIIS, .. (de Hogg. Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot ol Paten t Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—jast received COAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on band. if All orders from the country carefullypu up andprompVy attended to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, dP - Store nearly opposite the Branch of th Lousiana State Bank. jull J. JASTREMSKI & BR0., Druggists and Apothecaries, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Coi-iM'i- St. Kci dlnand and Africa Sts. rjMIK UNDERSIGNED beg leave to an X nuance lo th" public, that they are pre ired at. til« above place, to fill a'l orders id prescription.). They now have on hand, and will constantly keep, a full supply of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, 4c., FANCY and toilet articles, perfumery, tooth brushes, combs, pistols, cutlery, GUNS, Chewing anil Smoking Tobacco, &c. Special c&re and attention will be given to the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, with that view, an experienced Drugirfst, paul BESSY, will always be found in attendance at all hours. nov29 J. JASTREMSKI & BRO. G, D. WADDILL, HAVING purchased the DRUG STORE, on Main St., Baton Rouge, known as "IIAYNES' DRUG STORE," respectfully intorms his city and country friends that he is prepared to furnish, and will keep constantly on band, supplies of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all otherarticles inhis line. Ashareoftbe public patronage is respectfully solicted. novil-tf NEW ORLEANS CARDS. JORDAN'S St GAR CLARIFIER. THIS MACHINE eminent'y combines simple city, cheapness, perfection and durability. No vacuum procens used. So simple as to be worked by a boy fifteen yeais olu. It ftaiioot easily became disarranged, and Is pronouaood (.erfeclion by those who have seen it lu opera linn • he patentee will erect his machinery on -<ny plantation in Louisiana on convenient terms, and will sell patent rigb's to individuals or States by reference to his Agents as below. The Sulphurous Gas can be increased or dimin ished, us the nature of the case may require In the caue juice It has proved a perfect suc cess on the plantations of T. W. l'icott, Parish of .St. John the Baptiste, near Bonnet Carré, La., ami the Sugar and Molasses (also reiembled the Uoldeti Syrup,) was sold at the Muhest market prices by Mr. Edward Sbifl, merchant, No. 168 Common street, New Orleans. The following planlers of the Parish of St -John the Baptiste, ia, have used this superior machine, viz-. F. Molssonet, Louis l.uke, Henry C. Story, St. Ber* uaril Parish, La. See certificate. ThiK Machine Is very suitable for Molasses, making it equal to tiolden Syrup. Patents to States. Territories or individuals, can be ol tained by letter, or personally, to 11 O. HEARTT, 31 Commercial Place, corner St. Charles St., New Orleans, La. 8 t C iiarlks H otel, i New OrlettDH, L a ., April 28, 18G7. f W. A. Jordan, Esq.: D kar bin— You have received a patent from the United Htates tor bleaching and clarifying caue juice by the fumes of »ulphur, and an ad* vertin. rneDt, signed by me, having appeared in the Ne# Orlea..H Picayune, April 13,1 will «täte tiiat your patent in no inlringHiuent on my pat ent foi tiie appiic ti'iQ of sulphurous gas for deb ecating and clarilying cane juice. R. A. STEWART. P arish of S t. H ernard, L a , 1 U tory 'a Plantation, > 9 miles below New Orleans, May 13.18C7. J W. A. Jordan, Esq.; JU kar mr—i have used your patent, and the machin« made and put up by you, for clarifying cane juice by the ruines of sulphur, in makii g iu y crept) ot sugar for the years lbtift Ö. The su gar was very superior in color and grain. I con tinue to u. e your patent, and highly recommend it to planters as important ia the highest degree, and very economical. Very respectfully yours, HENRY C. KTOKY. Those Machines are now ready lor delivery In New Orleans, price $300 each, ther#. Planters who have ordered will be served in turn as regia tered. N. B —-Any infringement on this patent the party will be prosecuted to the exteut of (be law* NOTICE TO SIGAR PLANTERS. 'IH : PATKNTKK, W. A. JORDAN, hu» been i a.'ormed that a Mr. Carnile Mire and Dr Mr Loud have been putting un some mongrel ma chines—adopting arms ana cups and traveling on the coast. They have no letters patent from the United states Government, an'* all planter« who have them on their places, will be prose cuted and the ttug&r and molatsen product there of, held liable lor damages Ihose who have them, can arrange the matter amicably, or through their merchants iu Mew Orba.is, by ad dressing personally, or by letter. H. G. HEABTT, 31 Commercial Place, cor. bt. Charles St. dec2-3m New Orleans, La. PAPER, STATIONERY —and— FAN CY_GOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a lartfe stock ot POINTING, WRITING AN» t WRAPPING PAPER, paper bags, blank books, STATIONKRV ofall kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 44 cases cap and letter paper. 4« reams cotton sampling paper. 10 cases school slates. 200 dozen webster's spelling book8. 150 ,1)110 paper bag», all sizes, from % lo 26 lb oombs, NEEDLES, PINS, tooth brushes, An a general assortment of FANCY fciOODS. Fo sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, Julylg 86 and ÖS Common street. THE CAMPAIGNS —or— Lieutenant General Forrest, -—AND OF— FORREST'S CAVALRY, An Octavo Volume of 625 Pagkh. Price in cloth, $4; half calf, $6. TO BE PRINTED ON FINK PAPKR, HAND Homely bound, and illustrated with four full-page steel-plate portraits, one tp" f 'Up of me dallion portraits,together with copious maps and diagiams, and seven portraits on wood, making the most complete and elegant historical work ever issued from the American pre-:8. A gents wanted. BLELOCK & CO., Publisher», jan4 130 Canal Street, New Orleans. PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS. CELEBRATED TONIC. A Certain Preventive for Fever and âgné. G L. KOUNS & BRO., 65 Common street, New • Orleans, Wholesale Agents. Manufactured by Dr. m. Perl A Co., Whosesale Druggists, 124 Chartres street, New Orleans. apr2-y Atlauticfc Great Western Railway ! The Short and Direct Route to NEW YORK, BOSTON, New Haven. Bridgeport, Providence, Klmlra, Pittsburg, Harrlsburg, Phil adelphia, Baltimore, Washington tlty and to all foists is NEW YORK, NEW.ENCLAND —and PENNSYLVANIA. TWO THROUU11 KXPRE88 TRAINS leave Cincinnati daily, umkü« direct connection with ull th« principal rai w-ys Went and South MORNING KXPHK8B leaves Cincinnati,(except Sundajs,) <i:0<) A. M„ arrivwi in New York next day at3 15 P. M , Boulon, 6^ 0 A M. LIGHTNING IXPKKM-, (exc ep t batnrdayr) 7 :00 1' A": arrive in >e» V'.r« ntcond morning at 7:00 A M , Boston, 5.00 I'. M I'alare Stateroom Sleeping Coaches surpassing in eleeance and coniiori- tln ne on my other line, are attached to the l/ightrintr I xprnss at Cincin nati, and run through to NJfcW YOKI^ without change of cars. This is the only Line running Coaches through without change from Cincinnati to New Yrrk Baggage Cheeked through to all pointa Käst. Ask for tickets via Atlantic and Great Western Railway, for sale at all principal Ticket "and ?te;.mboat Offices throughout the South and West. L. D. RÜCKEB, General Superintendent. W. B. SUATTUC, Gen'i Ticket Ag't. sept7 SHERIFF'S SALES, ETC. STATE OF LOUISIANA—FIFTH JD flicial District Court—Parish of East Bu ton Bouge— L. Bloom va. Geo. E.Oha nev—No. 1817. BY VIRTCE of a writ of fi. fa. issued in the above numbered and entitled Ku it, and directed to the Sheriff of the Far' i»h aforesaid and from the Honorable Court aforesaid, I havo seized and will expose to public sale. In front of the Court House door of said Parish, in the city of Baton Rougu, on SATbUDAV.tbe 7th day of March, 1808 at 11 o'clock, A. M. of said day, all the right, title, interest and claim of the de fendant, in and to the following described property, to wit : A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND situ ated in this Parish, at about eighteen (18) miles from the city of Baton Rouge, con tuining seven hundred and sixteen (716) seres, and bounded as follows : On the North by lands of owners unknown, on the South by lands of Lewis Kelly, on the East by the Bowman Tract, on the West bv lands of Lowis and David Hunt, with ail the buildings and improvements thereon. Seized to pay and satisfy the amount of judgment, intorOHt and cost cluimed in the above suit. Terms of Sale —Cash, with the benefit of appraisement.' T. J. BIRD, feb4 Sheriff. POSTPONED SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH Ju - di cial D is trict Court — Parish of East Ba - ton Rouge — Joseph R. Hackney , Tutor vs . E. M j Hooper — No . 1504. BY VIRTUE of a writ of seizure and s ale issued in the abovo suit and di - rected to the Sheriff of said Parish , from the Honorable Court aforesaid , I have seized and will expose to public sale in front of tho Court House door of said Par ish , in tho City of Baton Rouge , on Saturday, the 7<h day ot March, 1808 at 11 o ' clock , A. M. of said day , all the right , title , interest und claim of the de fendant , in and to the following described mortgugod property , to - wit : A TRACT OF LAND, situated ' in this Parish , on Big Sandy Creek , about twenty eix miles Northeast of the City of Baton Kouge , on the toad leading to Liberty Mississippi , and containing Three Hun dred and Twenty (820) acre « ; bounded on the North by lands of the Heirs of Chaney East by lands of Louis Kelly ": on the South by land « of tho Estate of Samuel L Morgau , and West by William Kelly . Seized to pay and satisfy tho amount of judgment , interest and cost claimed herein . Tkbms of Sale : On a credit of twelve months , for whatever the property will bring ; purchaser to furnish twelve months ' bond with good security — bearing interest from date and mortgage retained on the property sold , until full and final pay ment of said bond and interest . . ED. D. CHEATHAM, f eb20 Deputy Sheriff . JUST DECEIVED, a fresh supply of American and Foreign DRUGS, CHEMICALS —AND— PATENT MEDICINES, ALSO, A CHOICE LOT Ot HAVANA CIGAKS, Maryland and Perique TOBACCO, French Tooth & Ilair BKUSIlEti, Fin« Toilet SOAPS, PERFUMERY, all kinds ALSO, A BSLKOT ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, &c< TOGETHER WITH FIREWORKS, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., &c., at J. Jastremski & Bro's. Drug Store, nov29 Near the Court House. J. JASTREMSKI & BRO.'S FRENCH PECTORAL SYRUP, IS A SURE CURE FOR Cough«, Cold«, Aalhma, Bronchitis, the Karly Stages of Consumption and other Dlaeasea of the Pulmonary Organa. It i's admirably adapted to infantile cases. Its moat agreeable taate and flavor conceal entirely the medicinal properties which it con tains. TRY A BOTTLE.—After which tod will nevi* ose ant other k1sd. It ia recommended, by Physicians. fW Price—One Dollar pjgj Bottle. Prepared and sold by JASTREMSKI & BRO., Druggist«, jan!4 BATON ROUGE, LA MILLERSAND FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE. IIIAVE on consignment a very superior CORN MILL, with the French Burr Mill Stones. It has been in ur-e but for a hort time, but is in complete running order, together with 82 feet of 8 inch India Rubber Belting. It will be sold at a bargain. have also in store an assortment of ttae "8TKKL COHN MILL8." so very convenient for family use, and a few of the very best COHN SH Kl, I. Kita. DOORS, BLINP8 ana 8ASHKS, ofall sizes, al ways on hand or promptly made to order. WINDOW (JLAS? of all sizes furnished or cut to order, at the Hardware Btore on J hird street nov23 JAM KS McVAY. BUILDERS TAKE NOTICE. J HAVE just received a choice lot of Dressed Flooring (twenty ibousaDd lèet), for sale at ow raten hy J AM KS McVAY. Also, Oln Bands, (three ply), Outta Percha Oi.er s, f-'cythf and brass Bladea, Scythes, Hunt 's aod Collini'. Kentucky aod Yankee Axes, Wood Saw«. Koives and Steels, and a be«utiful assort ment of Fire (ira tes, at the New Store of sopt 'iS JAMK8 McVAY N' FIRE GRATES. OW is the time to set them, a fine lot jnift received. [declSJ JAMES MoVAY. SHERIFF'S SALES, ETC. 8TATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH ju d i cial District Conrt - FwiBh of Kwt Baton Rouge — Succession of Frederick Arbour , No . 929. BY'VIRTUE of » commission issued in the above succession " and directed to the Sheriff of the Pariah from . the . IIoq orabla Court aforesaid , 1 will expose to pubhc sale in front of ' the Court House door of said Parish , in the city of Baton Rouge , on Monday, the 10th day of 3I«rch, next, A. D., 1888, 4 at 11 o ' clock , A. M., of said day , the following described property , to - wit : Two certain lota of ground in that part of the City , of Baton Roujje laid , out by Eh Beauregard and designated on the plan thereof , asLot numbers fdur and flvo in square number tWo euch measuring sixty feet front ' on Nfltofcee -»trtat by a depth of one hundred and twenty l^et French measure together with ail the buildings and improvements thereon . Two certain lots of ground in that part of the .' City of Baton Rouge laid out by Ell Beauregard and designated on the plan thereof as Lots numbers six and seven of square atUnber two each haviijir a front sixty feoj pn . Repentoqce street by a depth of oh ' e hundred and ttventy fret French measure together with ' all the building » and Improvements thereon . A certain lot of ground :. in that pftrt of the City of Baton iiottge'.lai^ çut by Jili Beauregard and designated on the (Ian tjiereof as Lot number eight of sqnaro number two meastirftjgsixty feet ircnt on Repentance street by » dypth vf one hun - dred and twenty feet F/ eueh measure to - gether with the improvèmencs theroon . A certain lot of ground in that purbof the City of Baton Rouge laid out by Eli Beauregaid and designated on the plan thereof as Lot number one ol square num - ber three being a vacant lot . A lot of ground in that part of the City of Baton Rouge laid ) and designated on , number seven of square measuri n g sixty feet t' rbfcton Repentence street by a depth of - oae . hundred and twenty teet Fetich m ' easure . Lot number four of feqiiare ttumber ono Beauregard Town measuring — feet . Lot number four in square number two of that part of tbe . City of Baton Rougo laid out by Eli Beauregard on tbe spple - mental plan thereon m « asoriflg sixty feet fronton Natchez street ' by one hundred and twenty feet French measure . Lot No . 5. in square numbef two Beau - regard Town on the supplemental plan theroof measuring sixty feet front on Nat - chez Mtreet by a depth of one hundred and twenty feet . ■ „ The south half of Jot No . 1. in squaro No . 2 Beauregard Town measuring sixty by one hundred and twenty feet tage the r with all the building and improvements thereon . Lot numbers one and two of square num - ber three > n that part of the CHy of BÄton Kouge laid oat by Eli Beaiirtgard together with all the baildinga and improvements thereon . A certain lot of ground ' in that part of the City of Baton Rouge known as Mag - noliaville being lot No . 3 of square No . measuring feet on street ' by a depth of .' PERSONAL PROPERTY. 2 small Table . 2 largo Tables , 2 Bed steads , 2 ArftloirS , 15 Chairs , 1 Cooking Stovo and fixtures , 2 Sewing Machines , 1 Looking tilasp r l Corn Kheller , 1 Feiton Ca * h Iron Cbifn Mill , 1 Burr - Corn Mill , 1 Shingle Machine , 1 Steamboat Bell 1 lot old Iron . Txjius or S alb— Cash . JB3. D. CHEATHAM, ' f ebl -5 Deputy Sheriff . la m mai parc ei ine vuy laid put by Eli Beauregard du . t lie pl^n thereof as lot of square namber three STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH JUDl cia l District Court — Parish of East Baton Rouge —J. €, Charrotte , Administrator , vs . U. W. Watson — No . 1532. BY VIRTlîE, of a writ of Bcizure and sale issuéd in the above soil , and di - rected to the Sheriff of said Parish fron » tho Honorable Court aforesaid , 1 have seized and will expose to public sale in front of the Court House door of said Parish , in the city of Baton Rouge , On SATllHDAIf, the 7 th day of March, 18(18, at 11 o ' clock , A. M., of said day , all the right , title , interest and claim of the de - fendant , in and to the following described mortgaged property , to - wit : A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND lying a n d being in the Parish of East Baton Rouge , on tho Amite River , at about tho distauce . of fifteen and a half miles from the city of Baton Rouga and bounded on the North -by lands of (4. W. Dearing , East by the Amite River , South by lands of tho heirs of Wesfey Chambers and West by public lands , containing 640 acres , moro or less , with all thé buildings and im - rovcmenls and appurtenances thereunto « longing . Seized to pay and satisfy the amount of ju dgment , interest and cost claimed herein . Tekmh of Sale— The sum of Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars with interest at eight per cent pet annum from October &)th, 1807, and all costs and charges in cash , and on terms ot credit to meet a note for Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars , fall - ing due October 30th , 186S, and according to law . ED. D.CHEATHAM, feb 4 Deputy Sheriff . STATE OF LOUISIANA-FIFTH Ju - di cial District Court — Parish of East Baton Rouge — JoBenh Aibour Vs . Mrs . Mary Dufrocq , Tutrix — No . 14S7. BY VIRTUE of a commission issued in the above entitled and numbered « use and directed to the Sheriff of said Parish , from tbe Honorable Court aforesaid , I will expose to public sale , in front of tho Court House door of said Parish , in the city of Baton Rouge , on Thursday, the l%h day of March, 1H<>8, at 11 o ' clock , A. M., 6t said day , the fol - lowing described property , to - wit : A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situ - a ted in that part of the city of B» ton Rouge , laid out by Eli Beauregard , meas - uring sixty feet front on GoVernraeut street by one hundred feet in depth , run - ning through to Spain street , French tneasnre , being part of Squaro No . 25, North , together with all the bildinga and improvements thereon . aid property being owned , jointly , by Joseph Arboar and Mary Dufrocq . a minor , represented by hur mother and natural Tutrix , Mrs . Mary Dufrocq , and sold for the purpose of partition , on the following terms and conditions , to - wit : For the share of said Arbour , cash , and the share of ? uid minor On a credit of welve months , the purchaser to keep tho buildings insured until final payment , for an amount equal to the purchase price and to transfer the policy of insurance to 6aid minor . Mortgage with vendors ' privilege to be retained on said property - until full and final payment of tbe note given as said purchase price . 8aid note to bear eight per ceqt per annum interest from date of aale nntil paid . ED. D. CHEATHAM, feblS Deputy Sheriff.