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( Continued from First Page. J emale figures, timidly and cantiously treading their way across the fatal scone where so many brave men lay mangled and lifeless at their feet The foremost oLthe two was a young girl, wrapped i®a loose cloak which enveloped her figure ; a thiok veil was drawn over her face, and in her hand she carried a small lantern. She was followed by an elderly wo man bearing on her arm a basket, in which were two small flasks, one containing water and the other brandy. As the young girl pro ceeded on her search, the light of the lantern fell on the pallid features of those lying around, and more than once she stopped to assuage the thirst of a dying man by administering liiin a draught with her own hand. Hour after hour she continued her search, till apparently overcome by fatigue, disappointment and the hor rors of the scene around her, she sat down on the ground as if to recover her strength, and consider what course she could next pursue. Her attendant followed her example, and while thus seated they heard the murmur of voices approaching them. Presently a party of soldiers ap peared, bearing a wounded man on a litter. They had hardly passed, when the younger of the two women, an if actuated by a sudden impulse, sprang up and followed them. Ad dressing a veteran of the party, she said, in a low tone— "Soldier, can you tell me what part of the field the Life Guards occupied during the action, and whether any of their wounded are still left behind 1" He looked at her a moment, with an air of surprise, and then an swered— "We are now bearing a sergeant of their corps to the village of Wa terloo, my lady, where some of our men have taken one of their wounded officers." The soldiers passed on, and she rejoined her attendant, who, in the meantime, had risen to meet her. They followed the party at such a distance as to keep them in sight without being observed themselves. Iu this manner they proceeded for some time, till the soldiers halted to rest upon the spreading roots of a large oak tree, ciose to which, in the course of the day, the Duke of Wellington had taken up his posi tion. From the latter circumstance this old tree has since been distin guished by the title of the "Welling ton Oak." The party soon pro ceeded on their march, still followed by the two females. Pres«ptly they came to a farm house—this they passed without a second halt ; but the young girl and her attendant agreed to enter the yard, where they seated themselves on a stone. Here a scene of utter desolation presented itself ; bodies of men and horses were lying in all di rections, as well as bayonet sheaths and the rags of clothes which cov ered the ground. Finding the house unoccupied, they were glad to turn from this heart-rending scene, and proceed on their way. After walk ing about a mile, some cottages be came visible, which they determined on entering, to ascertain, if possible, how far they still were from the vil lage of Waterloo. They were just going up to the gate to make inquiries, when they observed an officer with his arm in a sling, leaning against the wall ap parently lost in thought. They ap proached him, and the young girl began in a timid voice— "Will you kindly direct us to—" "Can it be possible?" exclaimed the officer, suddenly turning rounck "Surely that is Miss Myers' voice." Edith uttered a cry of joy ex claiming— "Thank heaven, he is safe !" and then all the fortitude which had nerved her through those terrible scenes gave way, and she burst into an hysteric fit of sobbing. In a mo imnit her lover stood by her, his arm around her, and her head laid upon his breast, while, bending down, he whispered iu her ear— "Edith, 1 need no other answer than the love which induced you to brave ßucli scenes in search of me." Often, in after years, when sur rounded by his children, would Gen eral Bruce relate the circumstances under which he had proposed and been accepted. —«»i. • ■ ©aT" A young Indian maid, visit ing a flouring mill in WinoDa, Min nesota, surreptitiously got hold of the stencils and decorated her white blan ket with "Ellsworth's choice" in bright, rod letters, after which she strutted down street, to the eventual horror of the bachelor Ellsworth who owns the mill. T>Y YI*tVE «f » writ of Boizur« D sale issued m the above numbt SHERIFF'S SALES, ETC. 8TATK UP LOUISIANA, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, Parish of Enst Baton Houge, N. K. KNOX V». 3. 0. CHARROTTE. [No, 1735.] and mbcred and entitled suit, and directed to the Sheriff of said Parish from the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale in front of the Court House door of laid Parish, in the city of Baton Bouge, on ttatnrday, the Oth «lay of June next A. D., 1868, at 11 o'clock,^ M., of said day, all the right, title, interest und claim of the defendant in and to the following doscribed mortgaged property, to-wit : A CERTAIN Tic A CT OF LAND, or Plantation situated in this Parish, at ubout three miles from the city of Baton Kougo, (whereon James Pyburn now reside»), containing three hundred und fifteen acres, more or lets, together with all the build ings and improvements thereon, and ap purtenances thereunto belonging; boundud on the North by lands formerly owned by E. Beauregard, East by lands of John Bu con, South by lands of Sharp and Vail and West by Joseph Bernard. Seized to pay and satisfy the amount of judgment, interest and cost claimed in the above suit. T erms or S alb — Cash with the bonefit of appraisement mayS T. J. BIRD, Sheriff. STATU OP LOliniANA, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, Parish of Kaat Baton Hollge, S UCCESSION OF MARY ELIZE BOSH. [No. 792.] WHEREAS, V. A. A llais, Testa mentary Executor of the above sue cession, has filed with the Clerk of said Court a provisional account of his admin istration in the ubovo Succession. All parties interested are horoby notified that any opposition to the same must be Bled within thirty days Ij-om the first publi cation hereof. Given under my hand and seal of ofliee this 27th day of April, A. D.,1S63 aprSO A. 0ALLAUU1IEK, Deputy Clork. Comet Burners. JUST ARRIVKD—another supply of those use ful and economic*! Burner;, with Convex Oval Chimney» to tit. The reflective qualities are such that With the Convex Oval Chimney vou obtain ftally one-hair more light than with the ordinary round one. Its shape is suoh that the sides exposed to the flame are removed m farther from It than In the usual shape, thus preventing the danger of breakage — A ldo— COHVEX OVAL CHIMNEYS to lit the ordi d *ry style of Burner. tjF Hive these Chimneys a trial, or see them In operation, and you will be at once convinced that they are superior to anything ever offered In the Chimney line. Kor sale at mar 28 BE A IAS HOOK * VARIETY STORK. A Word of Caution. THROUGH the processor Kiln drying, Ijirce quantities of Corn, in a more or less dam aged condition—being mixed with a portion of lound grain—are now largely made use of by Western Millers In the manufacture of Kiln-dried Corn Meal. As too much attention cannot be given to the quality of the food which we eat. und there being on necessity for using Kiln-dried Meal, where lo cal mills are easy of access, the undersigned would direct the attention of dealers and consu mers to the fact that his "Young America Mills" are In constant operaton and competent to supply all demands made upon them. No Kiln-dried grain is made use of and every attention is given to the securing of firot-class grain and a product io Bolted and Unbolted Meal, a tair trial of which must give it preoedence over all Importations. mar5 " JOSHUA REAL, Economy and Durability ! THE "OOMJCT BURNER" is the most secure against explosion, will last longer, break less chimneys and burn less oil than auy other, making the same light, v°ry convenient and easiiv lu'pt clean. fy Burner» to fit any Lamp, at apr9 HKAL'.M BOOK A VAK1KTY STORK. w GROCERIES, ETC. HITE UKANS—DU1KD APPLES 1 barrel Choice White Beans; 1 barrel Choice Dried Apples. Just received and for sale by apr7 JOSHUA OKA I.. ENGLISH MUSTARD. 1CA8E Colman'H (quarter pounds) extra line English Mustard, just stored and tor sale I y •Pr" JOSHUA BKAL. •Pr" GREEN MEATS. POUNDS Dry Salt Shoulders and aprT Clear ciides for sale by JOSHUA BEAL. PLANTT PLANT! PLANT! AFTER PLANT'S » LOUR, comes B«*i.'s You so A merica M ills M eal . When ynu want Corn Bread or Cakes, fit for an Amuricati Sovereign, be sure and procure that roanufao oovrici^u, wo Duio < tured at the mill of apr7 JOSHTA BEAL. PEACH BLOW POTATOES. fr BARKELS very choice Peach Blow l'ota ^•J toes, just stored and for sale by aprll JOSHUA BKA L CHOICE BREAD CORN. OCA BAUS Ohoiee Dry White Bread Corn Ot/V/ for sale at market valu» by ■pr7 Juri LIU A BKAL. CHEAP FOR CASH. NEW CROP MEB8 PORK.—Planters can se c ure a bargain In first-class New Crop Mers Pork, by calling at the store of ap r2 JOSHUA BEAL. PEACH BLOW POTATOES. FRESH STOCK, just received, 1ö barrels, Choice Peach Blow Potatoes—prices modéra' e. , pr 2 JOSHUA BEAL. BARGAIN HUNTERS. BARGAIN UUNTKIU can make fresh first class purchases in Corn by giving me a call with the cash in their fingers. apr2 JOSHUA BEAL SUGAR. GROCERS will now find a good stock of brown Sugar at the store of mar3 JOSHUA BEAL HERRINGS AND CODFISH. BOXES Her rings and Ôodflsh just received at store of [marlO] JOSHUA BKAL 20 HOOKS AND LINES. A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Fish» Hooks and Lines. Just re-j ceived at mar'24 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. CHEWING TOBACCO. A CHOICE article at mar28 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE HOES. PLANTERS can secure a first-class style and quality of Hoes at the store of mart* JOSHU A BEAL I DRY SALT MEATS. JUST RECEIVED, another fine shipment of Dry Bait Shoulder,» and Clear Sides—give me a call, [mar24] JOSHUA BEAL GROCERIES, ETC. RIO COFFEE. LOCAL und country dealers supplied with good lllo Coffee at moderate prises by dttci) JOSHUA BBAL F CHEAP SOAP. DEALERS Will now find at my store a fine assortment of Herman and Rosin Soaps, at reduced prices. fetti JOSHDA BICAL_ KEG AND TIERCE LARD. A FEW packages in store, and more to arrive In a day or two. U«flI2 JOSHUA B BAL SMALL H031INY OR GRITS. AMILIES and Grocers supplied with small Hominy in asy quantity to suit, at the store or ffebi6J JOSHUA BEAL WALKING CANES. A FULL supply of Walking and Sword Canes at JelS BKAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STOKE FEED. HA Y, Corn, Oats, Wheat Bran, Cora Bran Ud Ground Feed for sale by jan21 JOSHUA BBAL ROBERT E. LEE. rpiIE Robert E. Lee Flour is manufactured by I George P. Plant & Co., of St. Louis, and is unsurpassed by anv Flour made iu America. Give it a trial when you want something extra, declü JOSHUA BEAL COAL OIL. EXTRA White Non-explosive Coal Oil, on draft and in five gallon tins, for sale at decU JOSHUA BEAL CEDAR BUCKETS. ÏJRA8S and iron-bound Cedar Buckets, a fine J lot, of them. marl2 » JAME S MoVAY POCKET KNIVES. ALAROEasstrtmentof cheap Pocket Knives at BEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE janll-3w FOR A GENERAL SUPPLY, ETC. FOR a general supply of the luxuries or staple articles of Kamily, Plantation or Grocers' use and where all trading is done "on the square," give me a call. dect'J JOSHUA BE AL ECONOMICAL LAMP WICK. rpius WICK is twice the length of the old I style, and consequently saves the waste of sojmauy short pieces. All sizes for sale at mar'.!8 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. COAL OIL. CONSUMERS and Dealers can procure flue White C«ai Oil, by the barrel or gallon at, store of [mar24J JOSHUA BEAL FRESH *. PURE STICK CANDY. JUST RECEIVED, another lot of ten boxes of fresh and pure Stick Camdy—prices moderate, mir'.! 4 JOSHUA BBAL GUNS. • SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHOT GUNS, Breech Loading Rifles, at nnv28 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE FINE FANCY CONFECTIONERY. 1 nn POUNDS Fine Fancy Confectionery Just JL'/vJ opined— prices moderate. m.irli* JOSHUA BEAL HAY, OATS AND BRAN. 1 I PACKAGES ilay, Oats and Bran, now JU" in store asd for sale by maris JOSHUA BEAL. SODA AND CREAM CRACKERS. 1 A BOXKS choice and fresh Boda and Cream JLU Crackers, juat stored aDd for sale by mar'2K JOHHUA BBAL CHEESE AND BUTTER. nnHE fre«hest*and best that aoy market affords I can always be had at the store of the uoder sigued. [marlO] N. WAX SHEET MUSIC. IF YOU want any piece of Sheet Music you can get it at tne published price by loaving your ardent at f:b32 BEAL 'S ROOK A VARIETY STORK FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. LARGE quantity ot fresh Garden Seeds,juBt received at febril IIEROMAN'S BOOK"* MUSIC 8TORB W KBSTER'S SPELLING BOOK. Y the dozen or single one, at maro BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE A B niariO WRAPPING PAPER. REAMS assort just stored by 1 ÜÜ ,lKAMS assorted sizes Wrapping Paper JOSHUA BEAL STAR CANDLES. DEALERS can now be supplied with Candles, at very low figures, at store of janffl JOSHUA BEAL STARCH, STARCH, STARCH; I K BOXES Best White Starch, now in store JLt) and for sale by septli JOSHUA BEAL RICE, RICE, RICE. / .1 ROGERS 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 ocUU J08HUA BEAL GERMAN SOAP. BOXES Superior German Soap, now in I pj store and to arrive. septl'z JOSHUA BEAL GOLDEN SYRUP. XII AVE now in s'ire a choice article of New Crop Golden Syt up. novfl JOSHUA BEAL SOZODONT. ANBHS KIRK'S SOZODONT—A new supply just r reived at mar» It i i'.UOK A VARIETY STORE CORN GRITS. dollar in cash you can now procure [.ils <• I well-cleaned Corn Grits at the Lraar7| JO.-HUA BEAL V Fï tjU rr « CANDY. ANOTHER lot of Fresh Candy just stored by apro J oshua beal. SHAKER PRESERVES. JU>T RECEIVED, 10 dozen Shaker Preserves— the ffnest Preserves put up tn the country, janül JOSHUA BEAL janül JOSHUA BEAL BUTTER. GOOD stock for dealers or family use now la store. [mar28J JOSHUA BEAL MILL FEED. GOOD Cow Feed, and a cheaper one than Wheat Bran, is the Mill Feed now sold by felil5 JOSHUA BEAL A FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. ANOTHER fresh arrival of Garden Seeds, just received and for sale by the undersigned. marlO N". n AX YOU CAN GET IT. WHEN you have use for Flour that is choice bevoud a doubt, purchase a bag or barrel of my R.E.Lee brand and you will be certain to get it. [mar24] JOSHUA BEAL A NEW STYLE OF TRUSSES. RECEIVED, n fine assortmentof Trusses, of an improved patent. Being entirely different t) any ever offered for sale in this market. Fol ealeat f„b20 JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S JUST RECEIVED, VERY superior lot of Cooking Stoves. L marfi JAMES MoVAY. of HARDWARE, ETC^ MILLERS AND FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE. iHA VE on consignment a very superior CORN MILL, with the Preach Burr Mill Stone*. It has been in usa bat for • fbort time, but U la complete running order, together with 82 feet of 8 inch Indie Rubber Belting. It will be sold at a bargsla. I have also in store an assortment of the "STEEL CORN MILLS," so very convenient for family use, and a few of the very best CORN SHELLERS. DOORS, BLINDS and SASHES, or ail siaes, al ways on hand or promptly made to order. WINDOW GLASS of all sises furnished or cut to order, at the Hardware Store on Third street. nov23 JAMES MoVAY. PLOWS. I HAVE in store a full assort ment of the Desmolnes, Dodge' .. Barcleysaud Ha'l, of Maysvllle | Plows, whioh I offer for sale at NtW Orleans 1 »rices. Call and extmine my stook. feblfi JAMES MoVAY TO BUILDERS. XAM PREPARED to SU orders at abort notioe for Dressed Flooring and Ceiling, Pannel Doors, Sashes and Blinds of all sizes and quali ties, at lowest market rates. inar6 JAMBS MoVAY. PAINTERS, TAKE NOTICE! I HAVE Just received a full assortment of the various qualities of White Lead and all the standard color* ground in oil, in cans and packa* ges to suit, at reduced rates. marl2 JAMES MoVAT. Window Sasbes, Venetian Shutters and Panel Doors* IHA VK &E0BIVBD and In (tore, a fine as sortment of Window Sashes with Blinds to suit, of the following liies, viz: 10x12, 10x14, 10x18 ami 10x16 inches; Panel Deors, 3xT feet 6 inch«* and 8x8 feet, made in the best manner and of seasoned Lumber, for sale low. junel JAMES MoVAY BUILDERS, TAKE NOTICE! I HAVE In store 100 barrels Richards' Cape Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris and Hair in qaantitles to suit purchasers. octie JAMES McVAY. LUMBER. I HAVE in yard opposite the Theatre on Third ■treet, 60,000 feet of oholce, seasoned Lumber, consisting of Joist, Scantling, Flooring, Weather boarding, and Inch Plank, for sale at greatly re duced rates. [june29] JAMES MoVAY BUILDERS TAKE NOTICE. I HAVE Just received a choice lot of Dressed Flooring (twenty thousand feet), for tale at low ratesj Also, Gin Bands, (three ply), Gutta Percha Oilers, 8cythe and Grass Blades, Scythes, Hunt's and Colling', Kentucky and Yankee Axes, Wood Saws, Knives and Steels, and a beautiful assort ment of Fire Grates, at the New Store of sept28 JAMES MoVAY BUILDERS' HARDWARE. A FULL stock on hand, and to arrive direct from the manufactories at the Gazette and Comet Ofilce Building, Third street. decl8 JAMBS McVAY in WHIPS. A COMPLETE assortment just received direct from the manulactory, consisting of Car riage, Buggy, Bulky and Riding Whips ; also, Dray, Team and Ox-Whips and Lasbes. junel JAMES MoVAY WHITE LEAD. JUST received, one ton ot fresh pure White lead, In 25 pound cans, a very superior article and of three different grades and qualities, and will be sold at prices to suit the times. june2ti JAMES MoVAY GROCERIES, ETC. HOME-MADE BOLTED MEAL. 1 OA POUNDS of Bolted Meal as produced at 1ÖU my Mill 1* the equal in Bulk of 200 pouods of Western kiln-dried Meal—kiln drying will disguise defective graia but will never pro duce meal equal to that produced by choice grain not subjected to snch process, mar" JOSHUA BEAL CORN MEAL BRAN. SEND your bags and cash to the store ol JOSHUA BEAL and purchase Meal Bran to your stock, at the store of feb4 JORHUA B EAL EXPANSION LAMP SHADES. THE EXPANSION SHADE will fit any Lamp and can be folded up and put away when not iu use. Call aud see them at tnar28 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. MEAL. WITH an improved Milt I am now manufac facturing a very choice, tine white bolted or unbolted Meal. mari4 JOSHUA BEAL Groceries, Produce, Meal, Etc. DEALERS and consumers wanting to roplen isa their stores of above named goods can always find a good stock at lowest current market rates at the store of feb!8 JOSHUA BEAL Boston Pink Eye Potatoes. BARRELS Pink Bye Potatoes, direct from jUtJ Boston—no Western humbug. Just stored and for sate by feb!6 JOSHUA BEAL Extra Early, Extra Prolific, &c. A SMALL quantity of Entra Early and Extra Prolific Goodrich and Harrison Seed Pota toes, for sale if called tor Boon, at store of feb!6 JOSHUA BEAL Goodrich Seedling Irish Potatoes. A 8 tlAI.L quantity of the above extra choice Seed Potatoes yet on band. Price per peck, one dollar and fifty cents. teli 18 JOSHUA BEAL Cheaper and More Valuable. AS a Cow Feed the "Mill Feed" now sold from my mill is much cheaper and more valuable, pound for pound, than Wbeat Bran. Give it a trial. [mar7j JOSHUA BEAL Bleedings or Cooler Molasses. NEW CROP.—Now oa draft. New Crop Cooler Molasses, also New Crop Golden Syrup. BOVIS JOSHUA BEAL Cranberries, Buckwheat, &c. A GOOD supply of Cranberries, Buckwheat Flour, Golden Syrup and Dried Apples, now in store and for sale by JOSHUA BBAL jau2I JOSHUA BBAL Onion Setts and Garden Seeds. AFRESH stock of Landreth's Garden Seeds and Onion Setts on hand and for sale by feb22 JOSHUA BKAL MACARONI AND VERMICELLI. 1 A BOXES Fresh Macaroni and Vermicelli, In JLU store and for .«ale by jau28 JOSHDA BEAL CORN BRAN. A FEW HUNDRED pounds Com Bran, now ready and for sal« at One Dollar per hun dredponnds. jjanlöl JOHUUA BKAL When in Need of a Good Lead Pencil, ASK YOUR MERCHANT for 'IIxRO.VAS's,"and take no other. For sale to Merchants at New York prices at HKBOMAN'S, augl6 Corner Chu'ch and Florida Sts ~ BARRY'S TRICOPHEROVS. A FULL supply just received at je!8 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY 8TORE 80 apr! FLOUR. BARRBL8 Fresh Ground Flour of assorted grades now In store and for sale by J0SHÏÏA BEAL. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. FRESH MEDICIHE8, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES —And— MISOCSljIiANBOVS ARTICLES. s^l n THE UNDERSIGNED respeoifhlly gives notice that he has always oa band • fresh supply of MEDICINES. ETC., Whioh they guarantee to be pure; also choice assortment of PERFUMERY, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris ing— LUBIN'S, Madam DURAND '8, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S A fine assortment of ESSENOES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS —amd— 8CEKTBD SOAPS. All kinds of fresh genuine MINBKAL WATBBS PUKB U<tl)OR8, vlï t Frenoh and American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINB, SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland 015, Par* SCHNAPPS, FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. SIROP DE BRIANT, SIROP DE FLORE, SIROP DB LAMOUKIBUX LIQUEUR LA VILLE. ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIKOUX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY 'S MEDICINES, TIN DB SEGUIN, PERCHLORMMR DB PER DE PRA\ AR, HUILLE DE FOIE DE MORUE DE TOUGHS, (de Hogg< Will receive by the next steamer a freeh lot oi Paten (Medicines, direct from manufacturers. WINTER GARDEN SEEDS— Just received COAL OIL and OOAL LAMPS— a variety oa hand. LEECHES always on hand. 13BT AU ordern from the cowUry oarr/ullypvt up and prompt y attended to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, UP 1 Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Louslana State Bank. joli J. JASTREMSKI & BttO., Druggists and Apothecaries, S. E. OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Corner of ttomeruloe and Africa 8ta. *0 s(B THE UNDERSIGNED beg tovte to nounce to the public, that key are pre pared at the above place, to fill a i orders and prescriptions. They now have on hand, and will constantly keep, a full supply .of DRUG8, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OIL8, Ac., FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, PI8TOL8, CUTLERY, G UN B, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, dcc. Special eareand attention will be given to the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, with that view, an experienced Druggist, PAUL BESSY, will always be found in attendance at all hours. J. JASTREMSKI & BRO t 6, D. WADDILL, HAVING purchaned the DRUG STORE, on Main St., Baton Rouge, known i "HAYNES" DRUG STORE," respectfully informs bis city and country friends that he is prepared to furnish, and will keep constantly on hand,supplierof FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all otherartlcles Inhis line. A share of the public ratronage Is respectfully sollcted. nov24-tf French Patent Medicines. JUST RECEIVED— Leras' Phosphate of Iron, Grlmault's Syrup Horse Radish andlk>dfne, Injection Brou, Leroy's Pills, Purgative Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. .. V.ml Purgative, Sirop de Dlgatale io Labelonye, Flon, Briant, Lamouroux, Capsules de Kaquin, .. Mathey-Caylus. For sale at JOHN JASTREMSKI'S, june6 Third Street Drug Store. GENUINE FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. glROP LACTUOARIUM, SIROP DIGITALE, SIROP BRIANT, SIROP FLOR, FRENOH COD LIVER OIL, SYRUP PHOSPHATE OP IRON LEROY PURGATIVE, LIQUEUR LAVILLB, GUILLI ANT1 GLAIRECX The above for sale at JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S may!2 Drug Store. Genuine German & American MINERAL, WATERS KLTER'S WATER. BITTER WATER, CONGRESS WATBR. For sale at SARATOGA WATBR JOHN V. JASTREMSKI'S may!2 Drng Store S A NEW SUPPLY OF Legal cap, Foolscap, Letter and Commercial Note Papers Letter Press Copying Books, Carmine Ink, Black Ink,in pints and quarts. Oil Paper, Blotting Board, etc.. etc.,at mar3 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE GUNS AND PISTOLS. ALLEN'S Breech Loading Rifle, Wesson's Breech Loading Rifle, Old Style Kentucky Rifle, single Shot Guns, English Double Shot Guns, Powder flasks, Shot Pouches, Gun and Pistol Tubes, at augST BEAL'8 BOOB A VARIETY STORE NEW ORLEANS CARDS. w. a. Pisa. j. a. LArïTKnS.... a. buothkh PIKE, LAPEIRE & BROTHER, BANKERS, DIAI.ttBS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, STOCKS, COIN AND UNOURBENT INTO TES. OFFICE obi CAÎ1P STREBT, Between Canal and Comtnon Streets, deelT-y New Orleans -Lia. BASE BALL HEADQUARTERS. i 150.. P. F. GOGARTY, Camp Street, ISO NRW ORLEANS, LA. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAltOE supply of Bate Kail Material, Base Bulls, Ba a, liases, Belts, Game, Reference and tccre Books. OT Orders from Country Clubs promptly attended to apr21-3m THE CAMPAIGNS —OF— Lieutenant General Forrest, —AND or— FORREST'S CAVALRY, A n O ctavo V olume or 625 P aakb. Price in cloth, $1; half calf, 90. TO BE PRINTED ON FINE PAPER, I1AND somely bound, and illustraied with four fultpage sUel-plnte portraits, one gri.up of me dallion portraits,tOKetber with copir.uH umps and diagtatns, and seven portraits on wood, making he most complete and elegant historical work ever issued from the American preïs. AGENTS WANTED. BLELOCK & CO., P dblisuehh , jan4 180 Csnal Strcat, New Uriuans. FAFBR, STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS, 1. WAIIKUOISK ï 96 & 98- Common Street - 96 & 98. NEW ORLEANS, LA. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a large stock of piunting, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOKS, BTATlOftERV ofall kinds, And FANCY UOODB. Received per steamer Evening Mar and ship Freedom— 44 cases cap and LETTER PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATEn. 200 dozen WEBS 1ER'» SPELLING llOOHH. 150,000 PAPER BAG», all sizes, from % to 25& COMB«, * needles, PINS, TOOTH brushes, An «general assortment of fancy woods. Po sale at reduced prices. ' STEVEK8 & 8EYMOUK, ' julyl8 9tt and Common street. B, all ' julyl8 9tt and Common street. COMMISSION MERCHANT. J 8. COPES, Cotton Pactor and General Com • mission Merchant, No. CXSt. Charies street, corner of Union, New Orleans, I,a. june27-y JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. G BRÜNIG, Artist >n Hair, and Dealer In • Watch*»* and Jewelry, No. 118 Cnnal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair lor the best Ha'r Work. Watchen and Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. Kl KM AN N, Watchmaker d«-ly JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS Ab . GRISWOLD A CO , (od firm of Ilyde A • Goodrich, established filly years), Manu facturers and Importers of Watchts, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols ; corner of ^anal and Royal street*. decl2-jr BOOTS AND SHOES. LOUIS KOOLSBERGEN, Importer and Dealer in Ladies' and Cent's Boots and &hors. No. 08 Royal street, between St. Louis and Conti, N<w Orleans. Ladies' Milses* and Children's Huts and Shoes made to order. d. c'Zi GARDEN SEEDS. EF. VIRGIN, successor to D Maupay, Dealer • in Seeds. No 114 Gravier street, bet. ( amp and Magazine s'reets. New Orleans. augiW-y HOTELS. CITY HOTEL, Corner Camp and Common Sts., lt. S. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, La. dec'22 -ly WINCHESTER 'S REPE ATI NO RIFLES, -FIRING TWO SHOTS A SECOND AS A REPEATER —isd— HO Shot« n minute an n Urcecli-Loixler. These powerful, accurate and won derfully effective weapons, carrying eighteen charges, which cun he fired in nine seconds, are now ready for the market, and are for sale by all he responsible Gun Dealers throughout the country. Kor full Information, send for circulars and pamphlets to the WINCUESTER REPEATING ARMS CO, feb25-8m New Haven, Conn. Atlantickt;real H estern Kailway Î Tbe Short and Direct Route to new tobk, boston, New Haven. Bridgeport, Provident-«*, Rlmlra, Pittsburg, fiarri«burg, Phil adelphia, Baltimore, VVanliington City and to all points in NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND —ASD— PENNSYLVANIA. TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS lenve iuclnnatl daily, making direct connection with all the principal railwsys West sad boutb MORNING fcXfRESS leaves Cincinnati, (except Sundays,) 6:00 A. M,. arrives iu .New York next day atSTS P. M., Boston,4:00 A »J. LIGHTNING l.XPRE&S, (except fc&turdayr) T:00 P. A", arrive in New Tor-: second morning at 7HX) A M , Boston, &.00 P. M . Palace Stateroom Sleeping Coacbts, sorpasting in elegance and coimort those on *ny other line, are attached to the Lightrinn Kxpross at Cincin nati, and run through toNKW VDl'.K without change of cars. This is the only Line running Coaches through without change from Cincinnati to New York Baggage Cheeked through tu all pointa Enst. Ask for tickets via. Atlantic and Great Western Kailway, for sale at all principal Ticket and Steamboat Offices throughout the !:outh uud West. L. I). BÜCKER, General Superinteaden W. B. BHATTUC, Gen'I Ticket Ag't. sept7