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OFFICE ON THIKD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. ^ VOL. L. BATON JKOUGE, LA., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1868. NO. 18. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JAMEK 0. PUQIU D. a - 0AU.1HA* FUaUA & CALLIHAM, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OfFl< 'K IN THE BRICK BUILDING, OHK DOOR EAttT or THE POSTOÏFIU», Union lluuge, • ( In the Conrtn of the Pariahe* of Käst inn Weit Ilaton Rouge, Iberville «ml apt 6 WILL practic Kill md V East and Went Feliciana. glML- r. OREVlB. thob. b . DDPRir. CREVES & DUPREE, A T T O Ii N KY8 A T LAW, Klnrldn Street, near Third, BATON E00GE, LA. WILT, PRACTICE In Hast and West Baton Knu^e arid adjoining parishes. f eb!8 J. Wesley Burgess ATTORNEY -A.T LAW, Office next door to Ms Residence, COHN KU CHURCH AND CONVENTION 8TS., fei, 25 Bülot Kong», La. B. E. CHAN EY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Jnliy 7 BATON KOPPE, LA. ~ . a . mf. im»», ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bofi-evmn S t., »et . C hurch 4 T hird, liitloii Rouge, L>a. WILL attend to all business entrusted to him in this .nd the adjoining parishes, and I d the city of New Orleans. i " l! "'* C. 1). FA VROT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, —AND — N OTA J'Y PUBLIC, Uaton ltouge, L.a. \I T ILL practice in the Parishes of East and West VV Hat m Rouge and Iberville. Prompt attention will be given to the collection ol all claims, notes and accounts. n ivü-t 8. W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, C or . T hird and N th B oulevard B tb., BATON KOUGE, LA. WIL 1, Practice in the several Courts of the Fll tli Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Louisi ana. Particular attention paid to the settlement ol succession». He lias also made arrangements in New or leans and W ashlngtnn City for the successful pros ecutioii and .collection of Claims against the, Gov eminent. det> K. RKAD W. H. OOODAL» READ & CiOODALE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE IN .PIKE'S ROW, ONE DOOR EAST OK MAVOR'S Oft'lCE, ï 6a(on lionne, JLn. p KO MPT attention given to the collection of ail JL claim*. auj^H-y H. M. HAKT f. ■. HEUERT HART & HEBERT, BANKERS, DKALKH8 IN EXCHAMiE, BONDS, STOCKS, COIN, OiVCURRENT NOTES, ETC., OK KICK' O.V T II I UD ST UK KT, it et .vi. kn M ain and L aurel, aprüö-ly BATON KOUGK, LA. Dr. Titos. J. BiiOingtou, RESIDENCE - LAFAYETTE STREET, Oilicc on North Boulevard, OSE DOOR BAST OF M A J. M. DUNN'S LAW 0FFI0B. Having prof«**.#*! city an«l country Dr. A. II. Clears, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Office at kin residence on A frica Street, "avinft adorned to reside in town,offers his profes.^Piia! services to the citizens of this lebl'J-y BATON ROUGE, LA. nïÂÂÂ! Kkspectfully ices to trie inhabitants of this city and oi the parishes of Kajt and West Uaton Uouge. j aa8-y UK. K Li A T Z , vrilCE Of* I.AIIIIiL ST Iii; ET, COR It E f. OK EL KT H STREET, junït-tr IHTOV ItOUOK, LA. Dit. II. B. HARTMAN, O^PIOK at his residence on St. Ferdinand street, between Africa and Government. To be fourni at ali oilier times at his residence unless when professionally engaged [jan24j dr. william keynaud, Offers his professional iervices to the publicof Baton Hou^e and vicinity. OFFICE ON CITUROn STREET 9 The same heretof ore occupied by Dr. R. il. D ay apr3-8in Gr. VV. BUCKNER, Justice of the Peace and Notary Publie, S ECONb WARD, OFFJCK OK LAldtßh STRKKT, (Lately occupied by Fuqua A KUbmrne,) may26 BATON' RODQK, LA. JOSEPH TROSKALOWSKI, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, BATON ROUGE, LA. OHDEIlft left at tiazette and Comet office will re* ceive prompt attention. junt»7 business cards . DR. D. L. McKITRICK, DENTAL STT:RC3-E02>T, CON VANTION ST., NRA.K CHURCH, (Episcopal Parsonage,) BATON H0C61S, I.A. r PEETH EXTKACTEI) WITHOUT «*«-££5», 1 PAIN, bv l\\e eUclric forceps— a new way or applying electricity This is a perfectly safe remedy, producing no bad effects—the roost delicate con »tituiions are rallier benefited than îujure bj it. Let the BUIIsring people com" and giv it a trial. The poor can bsv* th-ir teeth extrncted Iree of char ge, if the y «re no t .Me to p ay. fehl6, DÄitistry, Deniislry. Dnfl. D. L AD. STOCK I NO liav iDg permanent'y located in ShB|g|£3SfcJu liiton Rouge, offer their profts wjonal services to the citizens of this city. umcc Corner ofClmreh and Laurel St». OPPOSITE TBE MBTH0DI8T CHURCH. Together wilh our many patrons throughout thH State, we hive the pleasure of referring 10 tlie fol lowing gentlemen: Judge Ë. C oolet, I Judiru F. 11. F arbar ,> Puinte Coupee. A. FBOVOhTK, ) Cot. J ohb 8 S cott , I West Feliciana. Mr. J. SOOTT IMI1T."I, ) ilr. J oshua B kal, | J. W Du pre , M. I)., ] II. B. H artman , M.D. ' ß R e> Mr. J. C. B ogel, | * Dr. K. II. D ay, | W. H. N. M agrudkk . J »pr2 -y_ ED. D. CHEATHAM WM. J, WAl.lEfl (Hi BATH AM & WALTER, Auctioneers, Collectors, Real Estate — ARD— GENERAL AGENTS, R o om s at B ooel'h O ld S tand , liatoii Rouge, La. f)K0M PT attention ïl»en to the sale of Heal Estate and Merchandise. aprM G. F. Theo. Kingfield, PROFESSOR OF VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, BATON KOUGE, LA. OFFICE foot of Main street, in F L Terpmitz's residence. For p'trticu larB see circular or inquire ai bis ofilce, marlO JAMES MoVAY, ARCHITECT & BUILDER, BATON KOUGE, LA Orders left at t+ie Hardware Store, opposiU he Bank Building, on Third street, will b< promptly attended to. julyl-y F. E. PRUYN, Carpenter, Gin Wright & Press Boililer, BATON ROUGE, LA. [8 PKKI'ARKD to undertake work in I ok I and proffers every asAur^uce Ilia h» *'•" • ute any contract or work with »ich .1 ^ive satisfaction Orders mav be left fn nun u' work shop, two streets from 8t Ferdinan» street, near the Asylum (the Gran Ipré residence jAniO BATON ROILE MARBLE W ORKS. J. SMOLLEN & Co., MANDFACTURERB OF Tombs, •Monument* HEAD-STONES, MANTELS, ETC., Main Street, apr26-ly BATON ROUGE, I/A. EDWARD RIEDEL. OÏOROE PLETZEB RIEDEL & PLETZER, UOISE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, Glaciers and Paper Hangers, MAIN STREET, ( U nder O dd F ellows' H all), Haton Slougc, l.a. HAVING RKMOVKD OUR SHOP from Third t:> Main street, between Lafayette an« i'li 1 rd—we brg leave to announce to nur friendt and the public generally, that we are better nr . pared than ever to undertake «ny jobs in our lin oi business, with a lull stock of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, (all sizes). All order« will be promptly attended to. All orders sent through Ihe Post Office, will meet immediate attention m.tvK'-y LEVI KELLUM HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAVER UANGER, WHITE WASHER & WALL COLORER, Cor.Lnfayctto mid Main Stf., BATON ROUGE, LA. WGUfiD respectfully inform the public, that he is now prepared to execute, a! the »hortest jotice, all work that may b* entrusted to him in his line, at the lowest c sh prices. His lonç acquaintance in this community ren tiers it unneces!*ary to refer, except to his previous engagements. apr2#V Iv Fi'cd. Fit 11 he, CABINET-MAKER, REPAIRER & UNDERTAKER, l<afayette Street,bet. Main mill Laurel, BATON ROUGE, LA. PIT" METALLIC COFFIN8 kept constantly on J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., au Near the Courthouse. The Best Cologue Water in Town, 18 PREPARED AND 80LD BV „ BUSiXESS CARDS. JACOB FIFEÛ7 CABINET-MAKEB, KEPAIREP. <te UNDEBTAKEK, Mill it St., Pi jit:r 4^ IlhidforipM ol«l stiuxl, BATON ROUGE, LA. Ti^URNITURK manufactured and impaired to JP ord rat.short, n ti e. Meta'I'c Ca.^es. Wal nut Goßina, Trimmings. M c., on band. set R C. F. RABENHORST, Cabinet - Maker, Upholsterer — AND— U N D ERTAKER, fîorner of Church ami I.auicl streets, (Korme'ly A. Baumstark'« stand,) BATON RODGE, LA M utali.ic and W oodks CorriNB cnnslantly on >and, and lurnishel to order at the shortest lotice. j 'ine23-y chari.es ruston Wheelwright, Blacksmithing 1IOK8E-SIIOEING At hi8 old stand, near the Catholic Cemetery. [8 WELL SUPPLIED with materials and com petent workmen to execute all work in his ine in a superior manner and with dispatch, le respectfully solicits a trial (f his skill and vorkmanshlp from all in need of such services i'eblti-y J i AU M STARK'S GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE, Main Street,Corner St. llypolite, BATON ROUGE, LA' HAVING permanently located at the above stand and opened a FAMILY GKOOEKY n«i variety ytquk, our old friends and cus mers are respectfully solicited to jfive us a call. No pains will be spared to accommodate those vrho will fav -r me with a shareof t'ieir patronage sept7-y IMION KOUGE FRUIT AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE THOMAS BASILISCO LAUREL STREE1, NEAR CORNER THIRD, DEALER IN tVEST INDIA & NATIVE FRUITS, WINES, LIQUORS, CANDIES, Vegetables & Family Groceries. rllK freshest Fruits, such as Oranges, ^ Bananas, Pine Apples, Pears, Lem ' •ns, Quinces, Ac , regularly received in heir proper season, and sold at the low est possible prices. sept27 GEORGE M. STEPHANS, CONFECTIONER, mush elm an 8' old stand, TfflKI) STREET. Respectfully informs the p'ibllc that he has 0 |>ened an Ä?l| N dtablishment aî the above stand, f w he sale of all the choicest varieties >f articles belonging to the Confectionery bust €4i. lie will keep on hand, during the sei*on, FRESH OYSTERS • r id such other refreshments as it may be in his ine to supply his patrons. His arrangements t«» accommodate either ladies r gent, ein en, can ot be surpa**ed. All Up-stairs Saloon Tor Ladies wis been fitted up in a neat style, to which no (entiemen, unless accompanied by ladies, will be »erniitted to have access. Pledging himself to do all in his power 'oalford ■atisfaction to every one fivorir»«/' hua with a all, he respectfully solicts a liberal share »atronage. novl4 4«i WASHINGTON HOTEL, 9oh n U ass, Proprietor, 0PP08JTK ACAD1CMY HALL, •t. Lf»nl«st.r»et BATON ROt»E,LA. *fl0,The '»est of Wi ept at the Bar. Liquors and Cigars july22~tf •II Ihr .Yews Stepoi, AT THE E»OST OFFICE' —MAT BE JIAD— The Latest Weekly Newspapers, PERIODICALS, WONTIILY MAGAZINES, NOVELS SCHOOL BOOKS, STATION ERY, septS cf"C . ctc. % rfc. A. BLUM. Agent, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING IIATS, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, —And PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Corner Africa and St. Napoleon Sis. HAVING just returned from New Orleans with a f«il 1 and fresh assortment of the above Goods. I :m now better prepared than ever to meet the wints ofray customers, and the public generally it reduced prices, so low as to defy competition. Come i.ne, come all, And give A. I' lum a call d cl9 DON'T YOU i)0 IT! tF YOU want the best and cheapest Feed Pota toes, pirchafe when Millers are not sold for i'ink Eyes; or, p<»or Western for choice Eastern. I now have in store a fine lot of tbe he c t varie ties of pure Eastern 8eed, &t as low figures as such can be sold lor. jan23 JOSHUA DEAL BUSINESS CARDS. ' WM. 0. RANDOLPH. J. WU. BATES. RANDOLPH & BATES, WhwIcMnle and Ifetall -DEALERS IN— ND DOMESTIC PRODUCE, WINES AND LIQUORS, plantation supplies, FAMILY GROCERIES, ETC. I)URCII»HIIHH will do well to give us * call before inin their swppllea. Call at the iihw otore on "AIN KTRKKT —in the Eu»t end O j Ute lunnard Building. ocilU JOSHUA BEAL, Comer TUIril and Conveiillon Streets BATON ROUGE, la. OENKRAL DEALKR I» WESTERN PRODUCE, KAMJL.Y A PLANTATION SUPPL1K8, School Books, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS —AND— NOTIONS GESRRAI1I1T. PRICES TO SUIT THK TIMES Ef Term* Cnsti. iulyl F . VASQUKZ. 0. QtMNTKKO. Vasque z A* QuIntero, PEODDCE BROKERS, AND DKALBRS IN HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO. Meerschaum and other Pipes, SNUFF, CIGAR CASKS, STATIONERY, CUTLEEY, ETC., Corner of Tlilrtl and Florida Streets, Jan5 baton rough, la. s. MENDELSOHN, —Dealer in— Groceries, Provisions, Wines, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS —And— FAMILY & PLANTATION SUPPLIES Cor. L<n layette & Florida Sti., Jyl BAT;ON ROUOB, la . M. GRANARY, DEALER IN Western Produce, Family Groceries -AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES GENERALLY. 1)EGS LEAVE to INFORM his FRIENDS and ) the public at lar^e, that, he will keep on hand fresh and full supplies of all articles in th< provision line, which he will sell on terms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal shareof pat r ' nape is respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third street. jttlyl NICHOLAS WAX. DE AT. Kit IN FAMILY GROCERIES And PLANTATION SUPPLIES, WEST OF CO CR T BO OSE SQ OAR. tehfi b atoh rnoote. L a. JUST RECEIVED, AN ASSORTMENT OF FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, GKNOINE-NO HUMBUG. Iiily27 j. jastremski's, I)riiK Store, Third street. MUSKETS, MUSKETS. —A LOT or— SMOOTH-BORE MUSKETS Well adapted for Shot Guns, Just received, and for sale at S^-OU each,bj J. JASTREMSKI & BRO., apr18 Near the Courthoniw. Genuine Uerman & American MINERAL WATERS OELIER'S WATER, BITTER WATER, CONGRESS WATER, For sale at SARATOGA WATEB JOHN V. JASTREMSKl'fS mayli Drug tors Window Sashes, Venetian Shutters and Panel Doors. HAVE RECEIVED and In store, a fine as Bortmont of Window .->a»hes with Blinda to suit, of the following sizse, vix: 10x19, 111x14. 10x15 arid 10x^6 inches: Panel Door«, 3x7 feet 6 n?be, and 3*S feet, made In the best manner nd of s^a^ nad l.uniber, for sale tow. juriel J AM KS MoVAY a new patent burner. Fors V iv , ii: nomy »ad Brilliancy of Flame is un-'i na^'-.d. It i» sun, y nstructed, and the draft so ar rangeit nr. tn prevent the parts cpntifiuou 1 to the Oil from hem-mine heated to cause generation of Gss ; tl.eielf re, it i» non explosive. The Glass CI imnev can be removed bv hand at th- lower part, without burning the fingers, call and see them ia operation at fsbs aw BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY ST0RB HARDWARE, ETC. - JUST RECEIVED A FINS ASSORTMENT OF BUILDERS' AND HOUSEKEEPERS' HARDWARE, * —À HD— agricultural implements, CONSISTING 0» STORE, DOOR and other LOCKS, of all kinds STRAP, T and BUTT MING KS DOOR and allUTTKtt BOLTS. MILL and HANDSAW FILES. RIP, PANNKL r.nd TENON SAWS. SPIKES, UN làlli NU NAILS and TACKS. HAND AXES a 'id HATCHETS. COLLINS'A HATCH'S AXES. TRACE CHAINS, COLLARS and HAMKS. BLIND BRIDLES and PLOW LINES. SASH CORD and WINDOW GLASS. SEWING and PEGGING AWLS, BLACKSMITH SLEDGE* A HAND nAWSKRe" COPPER RIVETS and BU1UIS. CEDAR and BRASS FAUCKTS—all glee*. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY. SHEARS and SCISSORS WHITKLEAD A CHROME GREF.N PAINT. BAILED and RAW LINSUKD OIL and PUTT). LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PAHIS, and HA1K GARDEN WUEELBARKOWS, SPAUKS, SHOVELS and RAKES. COOKING STOVES and CURLING TONGS. WALL PAPERS and BORDERS—new palters All of which will be cold at the very lowest market rates, JAMES NC.VAY, mar2( Third Street, opposite toe Hank. French Patent Medicines. J UST RECEIVED— LeraB' Phosphate of Iron, Griinaults Syrup llome Radish and Iodine, Injection Ilrou, Leroy'« Pill», Purgative Not. 1, 2, 3 and 4. V. mi Purgative, Sirop de Digatale de Labelouye, Pion, .. Briant, I.amourouz, Capsules de liaquin, Mathey-Caylu«. For aale at JOHN JASTREMSKI'S, june6 Third Street Drug htore. JUST RECKIVED, A LARQK LOT OF Stick Candy, Worcestershire Sauct PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES, IN OAS!«, Ac., Ac., For »ale, very eh cap, at july26 SIMON MF.M>F.I.SOII!V\S. COAL OIL LAMPS, New Patterns. A LARGE ASSORTMENT JU8T RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM NSW TORE BT J. .ÏA8TKKMSKI & URO., aprll Near the Courthouse. blank books. Ledgers, Journal», Record», Time Book», Composition Ho k». Memorandum», Notn, Draft», Foolarap, Bill Cap, Legnl Cap. Lett* r, Buth Poiit, Commercial Note A new supply Just received, to whu-h the atien Hon of Merchant.», Lawyer*, Tea, liem and th. public generally 1» directed, at lebaaw BEAD'S BO *K A VARIETY STOKE guns and pistols. ALLEN'S Breech Loading Kille, Wesson'» i reech Loadli.g if'e, Old Style Keutucky hide, kingle .-hot Oui s, Engljsti Double Shot Gun», Powder Flask», thot Pouchen Uuu and Pistol Tubes, s1 aug 27 BEAL'S BOOK . VAK1KI V mo KE pistol cartridges. COLT'S- 31-100 and 39-100. Smith A V\ e.aot,'»—*2-100. Derringer- 41—ltiO Allen'»—30-100. - Henry'»—41-100 Just received at aug-7 BKAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE MILLERS AND FARMERS. TAKE NOTICE. T HAVE on con.lgnment a v ry superior OOR? X MILL, with ibe Kre .cn Dur r Mill »lories ] ' ms been in u>e but fora bort lime, hutiai comp ere runnn.g order, together with 82 'eel o H inch India Rubber Belting. It will be aold at i bargain. I have also In ato e an assortment of thi "STEEL COKN MILl.8." so very convenient fol family use, and a few of the very best CORN SHELI.ERS. DOOKS, BLINDS ana S »8HE8, of all alzea, al ways on hand or promptly made to order WINDOW GLASS of all siiea furnished or cu 1 lo order, at the Hardware Store on third streel nov23 jam ks M c v a y A Superior Planting Potato. PLANTEKS who are not It,separably wtdded ti one idea, are adviaed -o make a trial— foi -eed purpoaea—of the JACKSON WIHTK. Thi Potato, in its purity, is the pronuce of the K»»' is as large a pr> ducer as Che l int Kye, but uu like tbe latter, Is a choice Table Vari.tv and i'. superior in keeping qualities lean give wel koown namrs as evid.nce of mv assertions. HT* Those disposed to quit the old beatei "Pink Eye" track, aie advis»d t«Kive me a call JOSH! Jan'25 1UA BKAL a new style of trusses. riCCElVED, a fine aaaortmentof Trusses, of si j k i improver! Datent H«ing entirely differen tj any ever offered for sale in this market. Foi sale at ,b20 JOHN V JASTREMSKI'S When in Need of a Good Lead Peneil, ASK YOUR MERCHANT for 'HiaoMA*'s,"anri take no other. For sale to Merchants a New York prices at HEROM AN'3, aoglft Oornar Chu-ch and Florida Str GROCERIES, ETC. flour, flour, flour. 11V BULB PLANT'S KXTRA— Hsw Wheat. 1U 10 barrel« Henrietta do do. 10 barrels Superfine do. Just received and for « eheap for eash, at octl7 li NDt>LPH A BATES' planting potatoes. A A PARRhi.S genuine Pink Eve Potato»», 4fcvJ '.'5 uo JaoKBon Whites do. Plan 1er» wbft »iah h» Planting Potato can obtain tbtmasiow a» elsewhere at Janîft RANDOLPH â BAT>8* rutter and cheese. article, call at the » randolph * bates IF TOU want a choice article, call at the »toreof decIT beans and peas. 3 BARR KLS Choice Northern Beans ; 2 barrels Lady Pea», for «ale by dec 17 RANDO LPH à BATE» chanlleritles. FAMILIES wishing a ( ol and clean art'«'« of Cranberries, cheap, caubeaccominodaUd :>r calling on dec 17 RANDOLPH à BATIS brandy and wdisky. OVJJ HALF barrel French Hr.ndy; 1 barrel It iurbon Whisky. For sale by RANDOLPH A BATES soap and candles. BOXES full weight Candles; 10 boxes Pain dec7 randolph » bates sugar. IDST RRO^IVED, 10 hogsheads choies Engar. J Dealers and planter» s ipplled at losr rates. declZ RANDOLPH A BATES coffee. - BAGS choice Rio ; 2 bags Java. The atten ) tiun of tami I le» 1» eapecla ly called. W« will h i i at reduced rate» aecl2 RAN DOLPH A BATES molasses. HAVE in store a choice article—by the VV barrel or st retail ItANDOLPH A BATES salt. IX BAGS fine Salt, new sacks; 25 bag»coar»e ,>J Salt, new sacks. Planters ean bave a a.gaiu by calling on ,i«clü HAN DO' PH A BATES fire crackers. BOX KS tor sale by v •»OA.'' '.) - ecl2 RANDOLPH A BATES new syrup. iTVt.MILIES can obtain a Mo 1 article at th* L store of der 7 RANDOLPH A BATES GREEN MEAT. I Of IT! t, " s Green Shouidera. For sal* by l^U'J i^n« KAMDOI PH a BATES vTTENTION, YOUNG AMERICA l/VSiltNO Lines, Fishing Floats and Flsbiof i llooks— ail ;< sea. For sale very cheap «t roarüO BE AL 's BOOK A VAKIKTV STORM NEW. LOUISIANA SUGAR. W'E HAVE RE EIVED one hogshead 0 V oloe ntw Louisiana Sugar. nov21 RANDOLPH <£ BATE«. NEW MOLASSES. JlI^T RECtlVtO and lor ale bv iiovïi _• RANDO LPH A BATES NAILS. 4 N ASSoKTMFN : o. the "Weymouth" brand JL. 1 y *">.* or retail at ;o>v*l ^ '' pn * D A T E S' YOUNG AMERICA CHEESE. rills BRAND ol » heese nreds no com men t— w .ight Irom 7 toil lbs each Tb« »nullest t m i I i es supplied, by calling at nov7 RANDOLPH A BATES' PORK. J F VOn wml a good article—(and fall weight) 1 Meis Pork, ami as cheap aa any other bout«, ill on [novïj RANDOLPH a BATfca FLOUR. PLANT'S K XT It A, and several other brands. Warrante ! sound, and no advantage Je by |nov71 For RANDOLPH a bai Es LARD; FUST STORED.—2 tleioes Leaf Lard; In kejs J do do. Families will be supplied by re lall t» •>w as elsewhere. novl RANDOLPH A; BAILS ; CORN AND OATS. YOU »re In nerd of the above, and WLh a •und ai tic e, go to RANDOLPH a BATES SUGAR AND COFFEE. \T7-E CAN tell you Crashed, Powdered and VV Brown Sugars; also, any kind of Coflea >ur taste crave*. nov7 RANDOLPH a BATES BUTTER, BUTTER, BUTTER. a ter, call on LK YO'I WANT a real nice article of Goshen It u ter, call on octl7 RANDOLPH a PATES JLËAR SIDES AND SHOULDERS K YOU WAN! a good » r tic e of tbe above ti O / V Y< L to I oct 1 ? j KAND'il.P.l « ka TKS' 'I ES» PORK, MESS PORK. IIA KREILS Extra Heavy Mesa Pork, for aile at ) octi7 R andolph a bairs' IREAKFAST BACON AND HAMS. . \J E IIa VK aa good as anybody, and so cheap VV that the lightest pocket can Indulg* octI? hANDOLPIl a bates 'ALT, SALT, SALT. ■ HAtiS Fine Palt;6ba*s Coiraedo. Largs J s.Hcka and full. Call and see for y urseive». oct 1 7 R andolph a bates )ATS, OATS, OATS. y " BAGS Bl»ck and White Oats—new crep. ». J We are anxious to »eil RANDOLPH a IRANDY, BRANDY, BRANDY. lb' VuU WaNi'agood and pure article, e»il at I octl7 RANDOLPH a BATES' CHEESE. yjyr K CAN sell you Western Reaerve Cheese by I1EESE, CHEESE, K CAN »ell y< retail cr box RANDOLPH A BATES MACKEREL. FISH, and No 1, no humbug. Pries to suit the times. uo?7 RANDOI.PTT A B»TK« PLANTING POTATOES. TUST RECEIVED, a lot of aplendld Irish Pota JOSHUA BEAL } to»-» for seed purposes, decl9 SUGAR-CURED HAMS. ihsap. For »als b; randolph. a saxtt A NO 1 article, and chtap. For »als by Jan26 *"