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Circuit Court ha adjourned. aifI
We are indebted to Capt. Philip Burg, Cal
for recent courtesies. loud
The commencetent exercises of Read- hv
villa Seminary will occur on the evening lar
of the 28th inst. This will be an inter
esting occasion, and will attract an ap- wh
preciative audience. hat
A considerable portion of our space is thi
taken up to-day by the Tax-Collector's
sales. The attention of all concerned Ph
is directed to the matter.
Mr. George Collins, the efficient man- qu1
ager of St. Clair Plantation, advertises gel
in this issue for sealed proposals to gal
build a warehouse and stable, Con- tbh
tractors will please take notice. die
We are reqluested by the Sisters to ers
state that the exhibition of St. Joseph's tlr.
School for boys will take place next hit
Thursday, June 16th, at 7 o'clock, I'. M.
Refreshments for the benotit of the or
phans. Admlnission 10 cents.
We returns to our friend, G. B. Enochs, ini
who is on a tour north, fir a late file of std
New York papers. lie calls our atten
tion to an article in the Herald on the Wi
subject of "The New South," which we an
shall in future endeavor to place before de
The Police Jury of Poiute Coupee par' co
ish at its last meeting discussed the qlues- Al
tion of sending two beneficiary cadets to of
the State University at this place. The to
resolution making such provision was hi
laid over until the next meeting, when
it will doubtless be taken uip and passed. ip
We return thanks to the C. M. iB. and ed
A. Association for an invitation to attend ti
their grand entertainment on Saturday, A
July 9th. The object of the entertain- a
ment is to erect a building for the Asso- w
ciation, ani as it is one of the most use- et
ful colored charitable institutions of our It
city, it is hoped that all will contribute k
towards the accomplishment of the aim Pi
Il view. a1
For several weeks the Israelites of our tl
city have allowed the Baptists, who te
have no house of worship, the free use 81
of their synagogue. And now we see
by the Athens, Cia., Watchman that the t:
Boptists of that place have tendered
their church building to their Jewish
friends, who are shnilarly situated.
Surely "'braad cast upon the water will
return after many days."
Mr. Meynier, the genial editor of the i
Country Visitor. plblislhed in New O)r
leanls, was in Ilatos Roiune last Saturday. I
durag which timie he favored the CAr't
Trt.IAN with several calls. Mr. M. Is oni
a soliciting tour for his paper and his s
recenitly established Slininir Magazini'.
atni we trust lihe will receive thlie Ieontlll- a
:aiveiiiient necessary to nlurite his MiagI- i
()li State Ilhol.e ('Ol lli.ii,'ner, aret
tIlme ofl it'lnl its' . A\ In. tiset to"a little,
corntlroil the Siatllt llulise wairr :i~l.rtlihe
dtle.oositel ihit ~t iir;iuti.' as ellaienal ftr
lii:. Thiis K lth' 5-i tlr to the' ( omiiitte'
So iiiysttrioi usly ii ' instittitii all th,- last
tiiet.g of thit ihbu'd at this Ihlect. Thus
the initellhigeit rle:ule, will iin illrst r nil
holw well lthe it'l tnuiiuirttet terlrm iliil
I t iir work.
Ti! Ii !I.t mit . Ex i'l,i'im itAt 1,.'---The
sits tor dllmaages aginst the N. I). 'Pacri
Iii. in West hatoli lRouilo, hatve fallen to
thlolu'ltilndl, the ioury hanig edllu llle th,
claits to ait equitable ligure. Two suits
h vihg h lorn decihel atlversely to thte
Clai'iiants alid the precedent leing well
lestalilislied, thie retmuaiidier have tonclui
ded to throw ujo the sponge. The rond
will tlow lie comn pleted without further
lih total eclipse ofr tho; uoioll mitl oti
loreeisely according to istrinimieal ati
tuotutn'l enil, i whichi niany of oitr peo.
ple gave diil hservani t. Dotli iig the
occurretili- froi 11 o'clotk uitil lt,
when thie i-airi h's slhdilw totally eclipsed
the ,r fi f thl}' ,oo., i .e \I'it'e tigaled
frolna itl't \• f1 s!v,. rr nr s ' l s, \ i.
T h'liii :uililtei a 'hla 'n ti t h sc 'te ', that
hiuht ii rthr. ist hlalv e 'tovi dill s- rit
tity: olli , -hu.t the l tiitir \ ans iit -itd
" 'i teitlir lilats tha:n oiurs. still. we
v -t,. , i itlit r nut a til, , ilu , fii'nil. hb
Iiir !ini ' : il i 1'* ' ilito - of aoil nal
h-tuort ..- h 1t-ti ,oo totd hiat t- I lt ls r i
in lw'ihet tlhe; cd!oifthe ril s,' ta
lal on-. Thi. is i el at i holit if lura -
twelve miles froit the city. Hie will
move his oftloe as fast as the line is comm
eed's (lilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria
Last Sunday afternoon an unfortunate boti
affair occurred on Dr. Hfuguet's planta- and
tion, on the Highlands below this city. talk
Capt. J. W. Bates, as will be seen be- nigl
low, discovered that one Allen Philips, mall
colore,'. a prisoner who was sentenced wer
by our District Court for burglary and cott
larceny and who had escaped with other tras
jail birds from the parish jail in 1l76, rher
while Mr. 0. I1. Foreman was sheritff, "Nc
had returned to his "native roost" in atfo
this parish. mal
During the forenoon of Sunday Allen Mr.
Philips was at the stope of Mr. John on
Wax in the southern limits ,of the town, sane
and getting under the intluence of li- O
quor, allowed his dangerous passions to ed ,
get the better of his judgment. He be- his
gan to flourish his pistol and make seet
the most dire threats. To prevent a ing
disturbance, Mr. Wax, unabashed by row
the invections hurled at him and oth- But
ers, snatched his trusty repeater from a Dul
drawer, and disarming Allen. started san
him in the direction of his home. ter
These facts coming to the ears of Chief hall
T. B. Hillen. with others. he was con- 0
vinced of the identity of the negro. and one
informed Sheritff Bates of the circumn- mo!
stanc's, who took immediate steps to ef- sha
fitct an arrest. Deputy SheriffSkoltield,
with Mr. Dennis Daigre as assistant, san
and Mr. Henry Adams as identitier, was hel
despatched to execute the warrant of ar- rive
rest. These precautions were taken at I
the instance of several parties who were of 1
cognizant of the desperate oharacter of
Allen Philips and his brother Alex, both
of whom were an annoyance and terror
to the colored people of the neighbor
[Upon reaching the house of Alex Phil- gna
ips, the officers found both of them seat- sul
ed near the house in evident conversa- ho,
tion. They at once resisted arrest. exl
Alex, brother of the prisoner, caught up of
a hoe, and rushing upon Mr. Skolfield, p
was in the act of crushing him to the col
earth, when Mr Daigre shot him down. sul
r Instantaneously, Allen seized a butcher- plr
e knife from the hands of a little child the
I present and rushed upon Mr. Skoltleld in vo
an effort to get into the house. Mr.
Skolfiold stood his ground, and, seeing a
the negro was bent on the commission of a
some desperate deed to effect his escape,
shot him in close proximity. Mr. Daigre ye
fired simultaneously, and both balls
taking etfoct, the negro fell.
The woundn of the two men are not of
h considered fatal by l)r. Ducheitl who O
visited them in company with Sheriff o'
IBates vesterda'y, if they receive the
proper care and attention, and the sher'- s
i' itthas alrelady taken steps to this end. to
r- Since th,' abhove occtlrelnce sheriff St
V. Bate has ascertain d the fact that Al
I- len Philips. the prison'r 'amn' near beat- ot
ink : white man, t,,death at Ph1 inimini e at
is sonie monthi' ago. anlld made his escape,. at
Aiso. at MI1i,n station, snie tine "
ago, Albert Plhilips. tlhreatenel, with
SIdrawn pistol. to kilt a clerk. i! :a store
there. whlhei he \\%- dritveil :w'.io .
I . ltogll thl.l t ' ,lir l'r" e ' r f 11u " inS
t'iAd il hait ti" i lit4 : cdt -1ast a burla.
il ' 1el1'tIt lr'-ra ,'s thev cIo-lor d alab r.
el nuetty lhirl ha, b,1 , 11y'l ,.
W\illiam ,iHffersn, c.l.-l-t Iurglary,
o d petty hardtny-alo yra. hard labaor.
w\illt lsimls t ,t i ti.--yhetn y lh aangey
-ois iont-ths hard hasrr.
H'arry William,. Ir.-ietty lfrleany-s
II(n ye~ar hard labr.
Williant lhnry, c,,-.-.'tty larceny-- I
One year hard lalbor.
Ctharley Blrown. col.--lutlictinul F l
awound les than nayhee. with a danger
ous weapon--Six months hard lablor.
t 'lhre+ black womlen ptarish of| Orleaus
--Ernestine Francois, col.--l'etty larce
iey-wo ear, hard labor.
, yeIar hard iltEor. i
d Mary William., cl.--letty |rIeny I
I --Sil+ Ionth h,llnl! :tlo'. (
S libor ,
l',n<hy ,,0.. wi it +-- llan'i',it i t ,To: c ii,' ,
t , 'u ,I hI, nati 'al lit,.
|tinli i wou l- 10 tn h
h .or the a k eilli.e he lab
ar iReed's Gilt Edge Tonic /'nres!' Ft eveir
'Tis folly to be wise. vilh
It was an act of downright cruelty
that Mr. Joseph Larguier perpetrated on clot
both Uncle Harry of the Sugar Planter ,
and our humble self. He had heard us
talk about the (lays being hot and the
nights very cool. That was enough to Sig
make him think that our printi1g offices
were like red hot ovens and our riverside the
cottages moderately so. Hence the con- he 1
trast we had reported. "Have you a rich
thermometer ?" said he to Uncle Harry. th• t
"No," replied the latter, "I'm too poor to my
afford the luxury." "Allow me then to
make you a present of this one," said 1
Mr. Larguier, as he handed him one, the
on condition that it would ornamuent the hun
sanctum of the Sugar Planter. ove
On last Saturday. Uncle Harry squeal- had
ed with anguish through the columns of sin]
his paper. It had happened that he was biil
seen running out to Tony Barrow's yell whi
ing "133 in the shade ! !" Reaching Bar- The
row's, he drank several glasses of iced one
Budweiser, whereupon. animated with the
Dutch courage, he went back to his and
sanctum, got out the infernal thermome- the
ter and threw it in the well. He's been ing
happy since. Thi
On last Saturday Mr. Larguier sent us
one too, which knocks Mr. Waller's at
mospherical observations plump into the th
"If that thermometer be right," id
said our devil. "this crowd don't care for
hell and it can swim across a Mississippi the
river full of red-hot volcanic lava."''
Mr. Larguier has I gross of that kind
of thermometers for sale cheap tr
STATE NEWI GLEAlINGS. t .
Opelonsas Courrier: Several years
ago an attempt for boring for petroleum
and min!ug for sulphur was made at the
sulphur 'mines of Calcasieu, which, chi
however, resulted in nothing but
expenditure of time and money. A party cle
P of New Orleans gentlemen have now
gone to Lake Charles with the purpose of ovi
continuing the work and making the ste
sulphur mines a fashionable watering
place. The mineral spring is very fine, y
I the water from which is flowing in large t
Shreveport Times : Sunday evening do
about7 o'clock Clemrence, daughter of
Mr. Jules Guerre, about two and a half as]
years of age, met with a most painful
accirleut by falling fromn the gallery of
the second story to the ground, a distance th,
offully twenty tfet. Mr. Guerre's family
1 occupies the second story immediately frc
over his confectioneiry store. It seemns re
the little chiil cliimbetl into a chair sih
standilng near the luanisters, anu leaning CI
too far over lo,st her balance and fell, do
it striking the grolllud within two or three th
feet of where her father and two or three
other !entlemen were '.tanding. Crying of
t and I,lle',inig ihe was :lltriedl up stailr, sI
•and a ph.: ,iu sent for. 1)r. Clay an
eswrd tlhe t iu llilns; who, after making (
th a carl examination prononnced that
re Iiin hoIu l hallden brokene, and no 7\ vere
ti i. atl njirrie t'- h i ha 1e~en susntaild.
TI1hi 'eir -id, t ,th l atil e i vewat hait br'ii
s- ed taidl threi' was nlsa ,[eep nt ih tie
S 'l't -ide t flthl eid. YeterlaV th ch ild
, tw- loit'' will thi in I forw days will he :
.ni rgah Citu,' ikvhw: A .,hi.t \a'nln,
cio,: it ar Grlvei at tempted stlui, aide
l. y-l iotrIg tr'Il on., ' i tn' irg'llln of th -
it :',it o't f May Mi. ile. srtting ht, in he , ,
' airlr tired ai bill froIm a Smith & \.es-I
id -on revolver through her boildy, and wa. I
fobirnd in a most exhausted condition a
short tine after, fromn ther bleeding of
Sthe wirunI. Dir. L. A. Burgess gave irm
eridiate aid to the unfortunnate womu. an
She i rtoft' danger now.
North Lorisiana .laurual: Spetaking
of raitin rig corn, a gent leman frieiilt told i
- u. a fw days since of two hundred ant
fifty acres of corn. irr one body, which
ta hie new ufin the upper part of the par
or- ish, which is of a hlxuriant dark green
chir, higher than a horse's head, and
uis not et in tassel. Sensihble tranthat, to
oe- have his corn criib at horwe, instead of
in Cairo or Mt. Louis.
Opel.,houra, Democrat : Elisha Cirrtney
airul1 ious'( Griillth, the two young rnu'
ir who iohrhed the U. '. mail 1retweet:
Ch'icot and Flat T',win last ,inter, ap
lereI ii, . ;r, th i. S. Cir,.it ,uri r ut
ph leol', nlulty to the char~rge of robhery.
Uli IrI-' li. A thie mlI, r;uila
ir, . i i th,.tin:.,, It whirih if they hmr
It t i r to thire i,.l iterl tiary Citi liii.
- i r; ' -irtlrt l ' lilt a tt vw drI .-. that a
Iet itto' ilriuthit h tild 'n exe 'litive
TiHl: LEADVIIL, DODGE.
It, w:.. on hi. ] ii hway mr.e from Lcrid
lb liI hInl tin a ragged old
Ir.lrlllt, suit, a rad iutr , and he had
bit. er taking Iis nitiaw- rbtourt thirty hiurs
"Y,,-. I liki the cointry outt that
way," he replied to the query, "The
r cliniate is good. thre scenery is tine, and
some of the people are honest as needs
has be. 'The trouble is knowing how to take
rm. the bad ones."
"I should think that would be easy."
ion "Yel, it looks that way; but I had
kivrer of the richest mine Mtt w
ville. Yes, I am the very may,} 'tagh
yotu wonhldtt't think it to ys these old
"Then yoti don't own it nowf"
"Not a bit of it. I'll explain. I wan s
poking around on the hills and foun 1
signs. I collected some specimens $oi
assay ; staked off a claim and went off to
the assayers'. It was two days before
he let me know that I had struck the
richest ore that he had ever assayed, and Ie
then I hurried back to my claim. Hang T9
my buttons if it hadn't been jumped." l
"Why, a gang of sharpers had found -
the spec and built up a pole shanty, and
hung out afsign of First Baptist Church
over the door. True as shooting they
had, and the law out there is no man can
sink a shaft within 200 feet of a church
building. They saw me coming, and
when I got there were holding a revival. ce
There were six of them, and they got up ca
one after another and told how wicked da
they had been and how sorry they were, t
and-would you believe it l-they had bI
the cheek to ask me to leadoff in sing
ing. I went to law, but they beat me.
Three. days after the verdict the FirBt
Baptist Church burned down, and before
the ashes were cold the congregation
were developing a mine worth over E
three million of dollars. You see, I
didn't know how to take them."
"Was there any particular way to take
them "' at
"You bet there was! I ought to have
opened on that revival with a Winches- 1
ter rifle and given the coroner fifty dol
lars for a verdict that they come to their.
d ath from too much rehgion.''-Ex.
A HUMANE JUDGE.
Yesterday afternoon Louis Grabson
was tried before Justice Cary on the
charge of breaking into a house near the
railroad track and taking various arti
cles of houshold furniture.
"It appears that you took about
everything in sight," said the court
"Do not think me wholly depraved,
your Honor" said the prisoner with the
e tears starting in his eyes. "I left a fine
red-hot stove, worth at least twenty-five
f "Where are you from, my good man!"
f asked his Honor, kindly.
"Reno," replied the man, reluctantly.
The Court was buried in thought, and
e then, leaning over the desk, said :
y "Sheriff, release the prisoner, A man
y front Reno, who would decline to take a
5 red-hot stove when he had such a good
r show is not, in my opinion, wholly bad.
g Considering his associations. I think he
, deserves lmuch credillt."
"Let hinm go." shouted the spectators,
throwing up their hI:ts, and the man
e wa: tak.n out f'court on the shoulders
ig of the crowd. Later in the day, when
sI gliightl iehlrit'di. h1- :tknowledged
that its , onlyi i.\l in R.ino six
Imothy. iln d hi, poi.pup'ity waned.
i' Caron City (Niev.) Aupeal.
I 1 t fl ft i li i r sii], cIi, abun :t tv', lniilh
ftln this city. S.II; :Y AN EL.A -LPE'I. nee Col
r al. wi of Dr M. lashall I'op. agdl :3!, yeatrs.
NE T AD VERTITEMENT8.
QEALE) I)POPOSALS WILL IlE RECF IV
).(i at they St. Clair .'lintation tor thirty days
tfor hIuiding ,e large Warehoue and Stable.
The Jplane and speciflrations can be seoe at
said plantat.ten. Addreas proposals to
GEJORGE COLLINS. Brusly Landing.
June 14th, 18l1, Imo.
rANTEI) - A maii ~nr:nl wanted by a
palvic,d 'inu.: t:fom the North. who
hu~ lived sev'.ra v'e:a in Loui iana Will rent,
purchase, a tunake other iatisfactoty arrange
Int,'ta. Illullir, of" Capt. >urls. Mail Agent,
steamer Mornling Star
F OR RENT-A Cottage Residence. situated
Sou thl northwest corner East Boulevard
and (Iovert~met sbreet fortmerly know* as the
Loni Power. property. Terms rehsonable.
Applv to .ITOEP H T. YOUNG. Assessor's of.
tice. anton loulge.
1.r . h av1nn i ,tn I '., Capitu l Bonds
tll .. i u, .t i :,0 : ,t s hai' : ly" appiying it the
undi .t, :.i d .-tfatin _,r pri thereof.
I I1)ORH - NE WVMAN,
Banker and Broker,
Ne. waroudleIt Street L ............ý f
N-ew Orleans La.
A ,PLENI)II) HOME IN MAGNOLIA,
Misr For luatin.. and baunty it is not
ex,10 li on ti I;lhirontd flrnl Nw 0r' ,el to
iik, Mi i. A . :4..' it' i pinl. liat d,
to In e itivationt,. well adapteid tI i true l fill-n.
h e- eul vwoid nllel o tine shieep rltlnch.
WVild xce ha i ,itge f, l propty in Baton Rougle
iof a ssll tatiltn near the tol e litita. Will be
sild at a t Teat hireilatn Jeat the very p acO
fore a delightlitl anld heailthy iunnrler reideince.
hIIn l ocated near cleia r;inUliing streams that
are ,rde i elrl on eit iler ite hr beautiful groves.
Fior pirrtliht't' . a p.ly to Messrs. W. A. Le
Sinetr and L . iu. linely. Blaton tenge.
E. MeNAII, Malngueli, Miss.
FOR SALE-RIAltE CiiANCI--A I Garden,
in good unning order, containing 4 arpents
of land. New House. Stables. Good Well, etc.
titnated on Continnation of North Boulevard,
Square :8. Apply to J. COMBOIZOU, o.e the
premises or at the CA rroTLAN Ofioe. apr30.
IOR SALE-One 4 tine boiler, capacity about
16 horse power. Also one iood mile Apo
ply at thle otice, or to M. J. WILIAMS, t
-ICHL &* rTIi, eter.
fl ireuarior. s loll
1Rage mfOr New Oeins iat 9 o'O10k A AM.K eve
'Passage to and.from New Oklan.'KAo . i
For freight or p , ait p appy o otbo otto
apr9oy Ba t Rage. La.
Baton Ralp a D nllie 1
Daily United States Mdil ` atem
l. W. NmYWITTr. taetU ist
Will leave Baton Rouge every morniag,~e IYa
cept Tuesdays, at 0:3". and connect with the per
cars at Donmad"onville for New Orlhtas. .
Returning-Will leave Donaldsonvilles evea, T
day, except Tuesdays, at 12:30. on the arrival _of L
the cars from New Orleans, for Batoh lduge s
and alp mali landings, carrying passengeresad A
baggage )t.Y, (1
Through ' Tickets to New Orleans febi1 aau
MRS. C. `AZLLOT
Third Street, near Florida
Baton Rouge. L== F'
ANNOUNCES to her parrtan, and the ladies
particularly, that she has jnat received a
Carefully Selecteui Stock ,,f Sprla and Summer
Millinery and Fancy Goode, of Latest Styles
and Patterns, which she will sell at the lowest
THE GENUINE SINGER
Sewing Machine! I
500,000 SOLD ANNUALLY. At
Two-thirds of all the Sewing Machines sold in ott
the United States are SINGERS.
The best is the cheapest, and the
Singer is the best.
It will last a life time. Send for pricellst.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
8I Canal Street, New Orleans. Al
Main Street, BATON ROUGE, La. CO
B. H. ItEYSER, Manager.
A. ROSENFISLD'S. fr
PrnNtx. Houston County, Ga., Jan. l8, 180. e
In the ear' 187i3, there were two negro pris. f.
,,ers contilned in the jai:l of tbis county, who tl
-ere very ladly afflicted with that loathsome at
disease Syphilis. In my otfficial capacity as
oliltnry.' I .linphloretl Capt. C. T. Swift then -
resident oft this plnace. to care thmn, tilder a I
contt'ract.no curc. a, pay. He :adlministered
e. to tlem his rcelebrated Syphilitic Speci,;c, and
at in a few weeks I felt bount.L, under my contract,
to pay hlln out of the ctllnty treasury, as he
had effected a complete and racical oute.
In testimony Ihereunto set my oth.
ISEAL cial eiunature and seal.
A. S. GILES.
Ordlinary Houston County. (Georia.
- 'jirrAorNo*. Tenn.. February, 14, 1879. I
We tak, p;ieuare i: saying that tie S. 8. S.is I
2o iring tao.l satiesfacliio We hlave had excel. I
Slent r suilr o troml numbllher of C cren OUn genu.
tient.lit whl had been cotfinedl to hi bed six I
t wCeks with Syphilitic ltheumain has been
cujredl eii'irel'.. i lll spcfnli in the highest praise I
Sef it It als, acts as well iu primary as in 1
seconldlaly" atnd toltiarv casO5.
i 8HILE$ & hERRY
- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Propri.
ed etors. Atlanta, Ga.
rd Sold is, W. T. CLUVERIUS.
he Call fo a copy of 'Younbg lMen's Friend."
o To House-leeperb-
M" stock of house furnishing goods, such as
Table I)Damnasks. Fringedt Table (Covers, Nap.
- kintS. Doyllt'es. Sheetings, Bobbinetse, Towels,
Marseilles Quilts, Nottinghamn Laces Curtain
Insl.lin. Cr~etonnes, Window Shades Mattings,
Oil Cloths, etc.. basjlnut been replenished and
I a'm p:r'epa're to rI at prices that dhli corn
petitionu A, ROSENFIELD.
Silver-Plated it V eiry
stork of SilverPlated
W' A.1F: l:. Ware on hand. I will
sil the, saOm,. fI thel next thirty dlays, at a retluc.
as tion of TW'ENTY.FIVE PER (C'FT. Now is
thel time to btoy TEA. SETS. ('CASTOIRS. CAKE
te BASKETS, WATER PITCHERS, BUTTER
DISHES. etc.. itc., at a (4,EAT BARGAIN'.
The alover tnoads are wantrnuted to be the BEST
that is made. .0"N .JOHNSON.
' E NI EST ;i.'t Cheap-st Cloth.
Ti E L i ST `liug at FEIEW.M.AN't.
3Ieal, M1eal !
I l , il| sth'. 15*I , h t: i C :*sie tta fo
stor_.E f ANDREW JACKSON.
W III'ITE G;O',l).. Vicrltia Lawn, Swiss
P'lain and Dotted. Or'.andles. Mulla. Linen
IA, Itwn-. h'atr Musliins. Linell s.;anbtic, Persinn
not Lawns, Il.ha Lawns, 'larlateune Piques. Nan.
,to ,o,'d. et'. at Ro,-nfuiltl'a.
a:. lJUNTINGS. Lac kHotilogs. RoE'ale Bunt
)1 in s alnd plain Buntigais ill oc,,tol atnd all
ch. w,,n. :at A. RUsdnlebt' .
Ihe .LEn s'OULNT'RY BUITTER, prepared by
ice oLe if the ear est hounewives in East Baton
ce. Rouge receivedl every week by
tt apr.2-v3.O36. E. D. 'TTOMAS.
L B AG 1NGT ANDG TIEm-I have in sItore ai
large suply of Jnte HBgging
,',', ' :a.,w Ties totr sale at ttle lowest prices
ANDREW JA' KSON.
en, DanRle AND WASIBOARDS--A
ilnt B iTl hgood supnyply of Brtoms and
etc. Washboards for sale low at the store of
rd, ANDREW JACKSON. Baton Rnouge.
t TADIES Neck wear. Creamn Spanish Lace and
L Beautiful )Orgaudie amo Lace Ties, of all the
bout Latest Styles at lteentleld's.
p. T A TEST Novelties in Silk and Ladles' Era
a. J bLudere iLinen Hanilkerohiefs at Rosen
t ý N }
2". f` yrc'+,'5,44 o f S a3,ýi k''1`t ýli.ýa
ý' , fJ f 't r
P ra'0 I 1t ý P y
MAIN STREET, 'BA TlON 1RO O r
COPYING OLD PI A BSp " A
BATON ROUGE..... ...
CROCKERY, TINWAIL AND AAR'
And Everything usually1kepO~n d
ply store. Ood old .t the .vtt ' .
for OCsh. Highest price ep1d 4 o
other country proanoe.
JOSEPH LAITi L
(Established In 18 .
Forein & i otn cl
Agricultural Implements, BlacksIthe ;s
test' and Coopers' Tools, Ollsh , 'C
CORNER OF THIRD AND FLORIDA STEi
(&ign qfRed Plow,)
febt, BATON ROUGE, LA.
TNFOORMS his -atron$ and the public ~ei r
ally that he will make Casimere suite at -
frosm $15.0 to $23.1u0 per and. and a ine seleo
tion of veats at *2.0:1 each. mari-l9. )
CAPITOL HOU SE.
The undersigned begs leave to an.
notmce to his friends and the publi
enerally that he has openeda
S le uaal nt aid Onit bloon
at the corner of Lafayette and Main.
streets, opposite Cluverlus'dragstore
where the Choicest Wines, together with
every} delicacv in season, to be found here or
from New Orleans markets. The HOTEL,abbov
the Restaurant, having been thoroughly repaire
e and tenovated, is now open for guests.e
ALEXANDRE (ROtOCHY, Proprietor '
. Latest Styles I New Patteras I /
In CALICO from ...... ...... 50 to $1 00.
In PERCALE, from...........o...1 00 to 1 50
SIn CHEVIOT, from...............1 I I to 2 00
l nWHITE, from ................ 75to 1 '7
In " Linen Bosom and Cuffse (a
)u Bargain)..................... 1 00
A complete now line of Lanadred and Unlaun
n dred hirt, at the very lowest prices for cash.
The Gent's Clothing and Funrlshng De part
ment complete at A. ROSENFIELD 8.
T. " -
;Ic I- -- - .11' . lIl --- -
With the Anti-Malaria.
CURESH !alle and Peter, Dyes .
Sam n pepnsa. Liver Com.
platnmte, Kidney Affectlions. Neuratl.
gia. Constlpation. Nick ltead
l. ache, Female Complainits. Blllous.
ness, Pailpitation. and all lalalar al
SDiseases without medcline. No Dos*
In--no inconvenience, and a positive cure,
Price including Bottle Anti-Malaria, $a.o.,
Sent by mall to any address upon receipt of'
price. Principal Depot 92 German St.,
- Balto., Md. Sold by ruggists generally.
Buy none but Flagi'lPatestt liver
Sand Stomach Pad, others are bulky,
hard and troublesome to wear.
All of Dr. Flagg's Preparations are sold by
DR.I BROOKS. Baton Rouge.
inn WANTEDhet Cah
Pilces will be
W A padl lrii the
10,000 aameat the cor
BALES OP COTTON I -r ot Main and
'iiTilrd stieet. Baton Rouge, Lonisiana.
- ANDREW JACKSON, Cottoin Buyer.
Ho l-IAN DiMADE
.Sour Mash Whisky
e aIRANKblIN CRO 1OADS. K. Han-
"u g' Mde oir Maash Whisket, Franklin Cro ss
a'n J. STEEN8EN
-A BATON ROUGE,b L.
e. I have in atore the largest stooL of TeabaP
ii to be found in this city,f itersent guades. Dea(:,
the ers will indit to thelr iterest to etauine ess-s
before purchaoling elsewhere.
. sDnIW JA
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