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YOL, 8. WEST BATON ROUGE, SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1867. NO. 23.
TH UGA1I LAN TER.
HENRY J H'YAMI'. Editor.
PURLISHED EVEYK Yt,;,;Ai j . ,ORiN ,INGx\.
OFFIC Y T TII p L' nY-n tINDING,
WEST BATON ItU'L E, LOUISIANA.
Per annam (invariably in advance,) .......4 00
RATES OF ADVER'TIsIb; :
I square (eight lines or less) one i::sertion $1 50t
gach bahsequent insertion ........... 75
j--.4A liberal disount to yer adverti er
REAT WiATCH SALE
o. THE POPULAR O11E 'R1CE PLAN,
Giving every Patron a Handsome and Re
liable Wat,'h for the low ]'rice
of Ten Dollars.
Without R. gard to value.
And not to be Paid for unless perfectly
100 Solid Gold Hunting Wat.ches... =50 to ',$7
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches.... 2L'U to, `O
100 Ladies Watches, Enamelle.... !0C) to 300
200 Gold Hunt'gChronnmeter W\at'hes C0 to 8810
20000old Hunting English Lever .... 200 to i 50
10O Gold Hunting Duplex Watchis 1 I0 t, 20
500 Gold Hunt'g American Watches." o to e'.!
600 Silver Hunting Levers..... ',) to 15t 0
500 Silver Hunting Duplexes ..... +5 to 2507
500Qold Ladies' Watches......... to 250
1,000 0o'd Hunting Lepihes...n . `, to 5
1,000 Miscellaneous Silver Wat~h's 50 to 100J
2,300 Hunting Silver Watches..... 25 to 50!
6,000 Assorted Watches, all kinds... it to 75
.,Every patron who obtains a Watcbh y this i
arrangement, csting bnt' 10, whie it may be
worth $750. No partiallhty saousn..
Messra. J. Hicklinir & Co.. 1411
Broadway, New York City, wish i.. immediate!y
disposeof the above magnificent Stock Certifi
cates, naming the articles, are placed in sealed
envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are cutitled
to the articles named on their certi.cate. upon
payment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch
worth$750orone worth less, The return of ry
of our certificates entitles you to the article na
med thereon, upon payment, irrespective of it_
worth, and as no article value,! l-ss t;an $10 is
amned on any certificate, it uili at ouce be _een
that this is
No nlotery, but a stri. rin dh:,'urirarl ' ,lti
mate Transaction, wh'ic oi to , ' -,,,'r i
paled in ,y the most tl ,..eio...'
A single Certificate will be seut by inail. post
paid, upon receipt of 25 cts.. five f,,r $I. eleven
for $2. thirty.three a:,d e'irznt pireilum for $.
o'y.tix and more valuable premiutn for $!0,
one boodred n:id most superb NWatch for 51i. To
Agents or those wishing eml.''.,yruet this is a
rare opportunity. It is a legitiiately c'uducted
basiness, du!y authorized by the Goveirnient.
and open to the most careful -crni iy v, T'Iy s.
A.ddress: J. HICKLING & (O . ,
nov2l.om 144 Hradway, New ",rk.
II1..,. Fal-rrt.1V II. Chamlwrl ) Hlanllo
FAV'ROTt CHA IBERI .IN, & I.AIYON.
ATTORNEYS AT e?.AW
WILL PRACTICE IN THE
PIPTII JUDIt'IAL DISTRICT.
Composed of the Parishes of
EAST AND WESTBA TON RO E(, BL'ER.
VILLE, EAST FELICI.ANA. AND
ADJOINING I'ABISII E.
HAVING connected ourselves with reliable and
influential law firms in New Orleans and Wash
ington, we are prepared to collect claims against
the General Government.
OFFICE AT BATON ROUGE
AND WEST BATON ROUGE COURT HOUSE.
J. a V08 ................... JAMES L. LOBDELL
VOSE & LOBDELL,
GENINC AL COMIRso881o MERCJIANTS,
168 COMMON STREET,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
MY PLANTING and mercantile friends in East
Louisiana, and the west coast parishes, may
rely upon their consignments, orders any other
peral business which they may favor as with,
being attended to in such a manner as will give
thsatisfaction" JAMES L. LOBDELL.
.D.LMC K ITRICK.
On LAUREL STREET, near the corner of Third,
Olme sad residence at the Episcopal parsonage.
BATON lOUQZ LA.
I te the pleasure of informing the people of
tvii Vd and adjoining country, that I have
P'wsd &ilt of roome in the above named loca
toleaN have itted up for the proper attention
tfe practice of Dentistry in all its depart
ata, LUlrate.iog the highest professional
._.'toderateelarges. j 23.
P ILp ~BUER, PROPRIETOR.
PIOI Y eInforms his friends that he
tbASr Ii popular saloon open at the
' 1TT5 'a"e the tseommoodation of his
sua Mt of excellent WINES
Ca always be found there to
of connoisseurs is invited.
N iLLIARID TABLE is always
Who~issige in that manly game.
te * prenmises is a LIVERY
can always be aecommo
a 1pu sebegg5le or carriages,
Sshare of public
! Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Cordials, &c.,
J ASJUST RECEIVED from first hands in New
11 Orleans a large supply of
Red and White Wines,
Sparkling and Still Hock,
' CHAMPAGNE of all brands,
Annisette, Vermouth, Absynthe, Shrub,
WVhiskies, Brandies, Gin. 1
U U1GNOLET, CURACAO, BOUNCE,
ALE, PORTER, CIDER,
Lobsters, Sardines, Can i1eats,
CASSIS di! MONT d'OR,
Pickles, Preserves, Brandy Fruits.
In fine everythingcomprising a general stock of
Select Family Groceries.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
CROCKERY AND TIN WARE,
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL,
AND ALL KINDS OF
WESTERN PROD UCE,
J ULIUS C. BOGEL,
COMMISSION MERCiHANT & GELNERAL
- DEALER IN
F.XMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIE.,
CORINER MAIN 4- LAFA YETTE ST'S,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
.5 kegs NAIS, assorted sizez,
50 doz STEEL I OIIS, N. 1, 0,
, doz BLIND BRIDLES,
15 d'z PILOW IIAMES,
10 do.z WAGON IIAMES, iron bound,
(; coils 'LOW LINE,
10 actts dublo WXAGON HARNESS,
10 setts ( .\RRIAGE & BUGGY Harness
1i setts SING LE BUGGY Hlarness,
100 diffierent patterus,
MEN & B;OYS' SADDLES,
i 20 Ladies & Misses SIDE SADDLES,
12 dr.z IIt)IG BRIDLES, assorted,
12 doiz WIIII'S and LASHES,
20 COOK ING STO VES, fixtures complete
100 SKILLETS and OVENS, all sizes,
I doxz I1AM IOILERS,
1 duz WAFLE IRONS, for stoves,
12 doz PADLOCKS and DOOR LOCKS,
25 doz AXES and HANDLES,
30 doz KNIVES and FORKS,
1 doz double-barrel SHOT GUNS,
I dnz RIFIES,
100.000 PERCUSSION CAPS,
36 SLIOT POUCHES,
1 ,oz GAME BAGS,
350 sacks SHOT, all sizes,
12 do,, Gi'N TUBES,
1000 A.:RT\IDGES for Colt's Navy Pis's
12 Colt's POCKET REV()LVERS,
GRtOCERIES, & c,
50 barrels d r~.SS PORK,
100 1 arruls FLOUR,
100 do Peach Blow & Fink:eye i
15 tubs choice BUTTER,
20 barrels WHISKY, 5 tierces LARD,
S25 boxes CANDLES, 10 barrels SUGAR,
') barrels MOLASSEI3,
S10 sacks RIO C(O)FFEF,
chests choice BLACK & GREEN TEA,
10 barrels BUTTER CRACKERS,
20 boxes SODA CRACKERS,
10 boxes CRACKNEL BISCUITS,
25 boxes SOAP,
25 boxes PICKLES, pints, quarts, I gal's,
3 casks Clear & Ribbed SIDFS,
2 casks BACON SHOULDERS,
1 cask SMOKED JUOLES,
350 sacks CORN, yellow and white,
100 sacks OATS, 100 sacks BRAN,
50 bales HAY,
50 sacks Fine and Coarse SALT,
25 barrels CEMENT, 25 barrels LIME,
20 boxes CHEWING TOBACCO,
10,000 domestic HAVANA CIGARS, A
50 boxes CLARET,
5 boxes CHAMPAGNE, quar ts and pints,
10 boxes MADEIRA, PORT & SHERRY,
2 barrels HOLLANI) GIN,
Scask Old COGNAC BRAE DY,
20 j barrels MACKEREL,
10 kits do );o.1 & 2,
10 kits SALMON,
10 1 bbls Felton Market BEEF, choice,
200 boxes SARDINES,
10 boxes CODFISH.
CAN MEATS, all kinds,
FANCY GOODS and TOYS,
GLOVES& LADIES' dress TRIMMINGS,
TRUNKS & VALLISES,
HATS & CAPS, HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS, &., &c., &c. &o,
low in store and for sale cheap for CASH
at JULIUS C. BOGEL'S
Family & Plantation Supply Bi~re
,,I EDMONSTON & WELSHIANS
COM1IMIS SION MIERCHANTS,
WHOLE SALE & RETAIL DEALERS
(GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
ITave now in store, and are in almost daily re
ceipt of FRESH ARRIVALS of
NORTHERN and WESTERN PRODUCE
r-ANC.Y & S'FTPLE DRY.GOODS.
THlE LA TEST STYLE OF
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
NO o TlJONlS,
BALMORALS & HOOP SKIRTS, C
HEAD DRESSES, &c.
A well assorted stock of
ITARD WARE, QUEENS WARE,
ALL AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
We return thanks for past patronage and hope
the material and low prices we slow offer, may
promote our mutual interest.
EDMONSTON & WELSHANS,.
Rail Road Depot, West Baton Rouge.
STEPHEN BASILISCO Proprietor
Corner of Tksrd.and Laurel Streedt,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
BOARD AY THE DAY, WEE OR MONTH.
GOOD BEDS, eGOD= FARE,
And every attention paid-tothe comfort of geast
Thankol for past patronage, " STEVE ree
pectfully snolcits a continns.ne'of the same from
his friends and thepublic generally. augl8
M. J. WILLIAMS .............. EUGENE KREMER.
WILLIA MS & KREMER,
TIN, COPPERIANDISHEET IRON
AND DEALERS IN
Parlor O i, iceand Cooking Stoves
of the latest styles and patterns.
BATON ROUGE, LA.
M J. WILLIAMS takes occa
. sion to inform the public
that he has associated himself
with Mr. Eugene Kremer, an
accomplished workman, and
that he is now better prepared than ever to
undertake and execute work untrusted to him.
Citizens, Planters and others, NEEDING
WORK IN HIlS LINE, will please send in their
ord4rs, and they will be PROMPTLY ATTEN
I1 All work fully GUARANTEED.
A splendid assortment of TINWARE constant
ly on hand. Stove Pans and all other appurten
ances for Stoves of all sizes.
Shop on Third street opposte Pike's Theatre.
Wholesale and Retaill
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
AND GENERAL DEALER IN
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Oils, Patent Medicines, Dye-Woods, Brandies,
Fancy Articles & Perfumery.
if Physicians' prescriptions carefully pre.
Third Street, opposite the Bank,
BATON ROUGE, LA. jaul9
F. J. HERRON,
COTTON FACTOR & COMMISSION
NO. 14 CARONDELET STREET,
Between Canal and Common Streets,
NEW ORLEANS. I
Liberal advances made on consignments.
References-First National Bank of New Or
leans; Pike. Lapeyre & Brother, Bankers Net,
BEDSTEADS, A4MOIRS, B UREA US,
SAFES. TABLES, CHAIRS, &C.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of Met
allic Cases, Walnut Coffins & Wiimmings, Re
pairing promptly attended to. (Piper & Buisd
ford's old stand.) Main at., BATON ROUGE.
L. JADOT & CO.,
Groceries, Plantation Supplies;
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
TIN ANb CROCKEIRY WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING, &., &c.,
Corner St. Ferdinand and Africa Streets.
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Sa All orders left with Philip Baner, t the
Ferry Landing, West Batons Rouge, will be re
ceived and promptly attended to. my261-y
Baton Rouge, La.
Mrs. S. E. JONES, Propiietressi ;
THIS FINE HOTEL, (formerly the Haernu
i House) has been reopened and will be keptia
a style equal to that of any hotel inthe State.--.
The traveling public may rest assured that they
will receive every attention, and that their wasts
will be supplied ins manner to give satisfaotied.
A T THIS favorite place of Ire
ort under the Central House,
Baton Rouge, will be found all
kinds of seasonable FRUITS and
IONFECTIONARIES. OYSTERS will be ser.v
ed up during the winter months in GRAIND
STYLE to suit all tastes. Board for severalgeea
tlemea may be obtained.
agUs Faailies may be supplied with fresh oys
ters done up In COns at short notice. oct20
SA1I'L A. 1OORE,
No. 56 CAMP STREET,
NFORMS bis triends throughout the eonatry
that he is fully prepared to attend to all bu i.'
ness with promptness achd dispatch that may be
entriuted to his-ob.rg.. odt20
raey HOuse Bar R.oenm
14JPo t fnfly ulnfIa horm lifriq
1 . acd the publ al, thatbi s hi Ag
up thei abore esta.lishient. He has spa.% .
ther pains nor ezpenl k make it eqta to te
beat, and has added taek SpipovMents .. f
experiense suggests., He keeps constantly ean
band THE CHOICEST.,W and LIQUOR$
and hopes by strict g#entleia the ,tbsigfrt 6t
his customers to merit theft .vatrou4¶
,g. FRBEE L UNCi H dafty from' £' w tid' %
P. x. oct6 M METTLER,, PretO :
r. a. PaUfle. ............... .l ,a uwIiit
PRUJYN & BR".:
CARPENTER S, 41 WAIQHI '
EATow lnoEao i,