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4 riM g Oapit j
BeI's Gi lt' Gi gE e Tonio cures Chille
- - ma
3S h eOf Captaln lovloer vaLreL. ma
Oo last.8l,8l rday, a truly goo0.4-an, wei
i ,inb.,uuvier P.vrroi, nk ; oietly i
lito eternal reo after an ezemuplary e
Iatenco of eighty-two years, in tile sp;
yorll -where onerow anud hlappiaoia..are o
i~epari ly liOd, lo. tws itn relity a
i laud mark of Baton Blose, a pierfect
~ptof sthaeus French and Iapilall "ava- an
s1er*yui~aibse have thrown a
glaneu roand Ithe history of the co
ieulal days, when honor, bravery and ros
AdelityMp race and oouulry wero be lie t
hartiltStlesswe of the knights, who x
ule"peur *t sMns reprsAe earried tri
Ilmph.utly the flig orf Castile anSl low
Braner, over the vast territorle. of Lou nit
isaua and Florida. gf
'Uaptai.t Favrot tpent his wholo life in gle
this eaiy, asLI troIm his earliest infancy tre
h tadie day of Ils dleab, walked UOn. gill
toutatiounly to thu pat, h righteous- I
sees antud virtfL, aUalli th esteelm of ail gif
who knllew him. din
Our u;t4t , l :i~.lerJe reTLuemIaaer hiln e fiur
the hIouanr, d 0Jl.- ia of r h. (;/asu0sr, h -i
a f ,p. y If hc M lt tet'ionge tei.eae tea -,
iia .uncO ul the pre-ttle ."oor.,lio of t:
11 .,s t : i IUlr ,t i lls. nI) L I
11t wa . v e r a two, Ljuc 44a l1, :I '10,4
of the hlatory ohea8t tu a :e l ,.,, ,At L .o,
devoted to h,br for ulaeIti i ;lci glCy.
Foil ,wing thio sllcactL ut lUe pur~Ce' dic
and ntst uudaetlish pertCrinuaiw, au old in
San alreadty uo iddi, loreetrlug Lhe i:t
evotse that were to follow, ht pointed Be r
by his exaalanle to the, policy that onltI h
have secured tlhe iudepeude.Ja of theu tr
south in the deaperate struggle which P.
ended in dislnay and ruin. ien of gaut
ilst., a OcnilaUy Uco Vo tiumlul"re touUIrtpo5tU
of t(I ftree uoloured elemtut ul Ila1 tiuu .r,
andl sought bna tit taoutteae u, U t+lipe- -
lIrWi to auet hll l a o t 111, l' - IJ. I' oi l til ell
b- ti|t a)ie .', i . t ' i r., "r , tril , wuuOll ic
ohe elnelmy arte'! uirsns .a 'ullralB lo itlt ll Rt,
1.41lll1t al dt! Ia . t 1 Clit .Itle e.a I becl'li fit
I4 tLe('tleo I', DaiIe. l" t1. m.
After tueo (iieualiiuelUll of lots lhna a ~n
an upay, Catin + vrrut roturad (s t,.,
tfo ql.tltlude of hbi every day life, nai en,
h * .h ,) ,ltun baIttle of lHatlon tItolge, mi
HWi I,0 e ve ,mrth !o) ucct r LI0 0 ) tu Woill
oel uye)nl. gray. diute taeu, we .ave f,
k , vo als amrnug'the faltbhfl etliseu-, Mp
W . conlee hly protest withb Ibear hal .e
r , ageunl. the iniquitous rule of the hi
i ,4..,licenf !arty. ha
, ,,,Ll,,L Fvr,), houored evary drrsft
* e,.e rupeh ltItu hy bis rtate, oins "f hli w;
waut giving up tile life fur the hlot ctitul pr
while two others followed its: Itnurs I
lM eteiih) were foldl. h
it M Owa uu CIhrlIdae dtin lea lla ig (f I (i, I
i maine it 1h.e , ,..sd :.1 a , , lee . 1t
t. I 'ell ere, i.,, o%% 'u i eitl e ieh I
drazzli1ng r.*ih, ,. his f.i.ue
an I rrlltl V e, Ir , loth ,e· a lelt . l .j. .."
Sbuerial grour ai h Ure be an, *i . ,,'
de 'usbru Lt'shave pre e'eeiei bhiur. e
It WaS n0it 0u OtCle0itoL lourift i. a,, g ii
I- are for a loved one w ho b.4 ierOn ta.
k i, away from the fawtmily Irel, for htbe '
ha, treached the fullttL e:ouea Ovi uuiLau
,ore taha t his coUld lbat bhave been w
aleted 0lo l nlol lo the Aemiahthy, who hall
b.te we haie r, . Iltves dl.o i4 U 4llmbUUltt
bJy perulmillg him to teaud thlrougla
thuei eight.two yearsn, a nbtluiug ex
ample of all that is Lmairable u maun,
like the sturdy moss woveres oak of thu
forest oudcr whise statdes his eartbhly
form will rest while his oul4 diwelloth h
in thu realmas above.r
It was amuli the devuuL love, alid rto a
spool, U1f true areiud, who were precaut I
thea earthl to earth w cour.agued
arounud IU0 . l4med of another FIavrCt i
Wuaome memory will add to its lutiato
through ,ucceedlIUg getteratiUoIs.
Ho wasi the father of Meoalnse . L. hI
anue JoMseph Iavrot, of this Tle,. be,
tbc uncle of Anul . Huuq . a. .. ..
ofl' West BHLu KRUge.
tHec.l S ticat li..ie Zuose ca ic c urh
, Abraas Geliger Leige, I. 0. . I.I
t ,a d . . a4eet lltel 1 I e.e c ,
SIe'ell L,e .e', *eitee dUlda,11Y, it' llUnI ..
i'rteiatlru', l. Block; YVice .iree.ureu,
A Ilranai b.aator, A. JamuL hu oroCl .
vy, 1. b '5A"lichael ;Tresvstevr, 8. Un t
lito ; Wartea, C. . . Utnr; Uun.rdian,
Trad I.e-s Drrriot Eudowwmeuit Fue, :-
J. d. Neimaa,, Chairuman; . alr, 1
u usai 9 €he Cunvtina of
ths4q ul t to tt beo helel
a to aibl, a 8th, 'M:--J. II.
Reed's tilt Edge Teio regulate.lm te
Major J. Nasla Augustai, of that.,
apleundtl l corps, the Loultiamn Field Ar
tie,,ry, gtero ly etrlbutabted t he frie
lii' pri.nrs to trl r ht' tr'ritit to the
ai ce.d. eI;' of h 1t0o:r k,,age), n.t Ier
art,,.+, a','. In tehalfof o Ui klse'len
tii," Cei',.lsnilt'to of the Collanc.II dil
JebfLne, wre' tenderl the gba slnt Mjer
apprmciativc ;.1,anki for bis frI ed3i) Con
Mr. J. Kornmeyer, woueald rspectfully
inorm the public that he has employed
i rslt-ole oeabinet-mahker, sad la realily
a dl limes toS make new and reiair ldJ 1
ThIe Rle arlsagle 7am1b
' aIdul4ay e~seiunId~i ~ Isrge
wl neea the Ki riuge.Cantita, whi boll
had been beralded by uumereas local last
advertisements in our city papers for lisp
some time past. . COa
The' programnmi opened with Christ- Iles
mas carols, and es the sweet strainseof Uni
music filled the Hall, imagination con
wended back to the star lit Eastern lit
night wheu shepherds watchbed tLHef
flocks by night, and a host dlf sigels
appeared aund revealed the glah tidings 9
of the fulfilment of the prophecy that anat
a Saviour was born to men. pre
It would be Invidious to single out ton
any one performes to praise where all
were good; but the beautiful little Miss
ite Rosenfleld, who sanug so sweetll d
"Too Young to Marry Yet," elicited the
roundsof enthusiastic applause, as the a
little prima doinn only number some
six brief summers. Pre
After 'he Caqtata the cnrtalin was piy
lowered, hut soon rose on s mg- $
nificent X man tree, laden with lovely l,,
gifts from the ever bhuntiful Kris Krint- us
gle. Old Kris himself stood hesial' tha Ou
tree in tleecy robes with bells merrily the
The committee who had charge of 'h'' of
gifts ont the tree came forward and t' e
distribnution commenced briskly; the tio
fun awl frolic: at this hour came hear
h.'ing tnr nt't into a thrilling trag ,,' l.i,
fC ' the ga, I Kris Kringle in handing'
ta,. _ifts o'"vr tha foot-lights. uniforr thi
in st.ly ia:tn' teO near a gas jet, anI i I
W'o. !.rio.f C .. :lE t his fl. ecy rohte %% ao t
av 1n:,,s of qui. k devouring ~tc. res
E very heatrt istnd tt ill at sight. o' this
disasterm, i,.: winog to the prompt rns
slstanc.e sffnrlaed by the gentlemen et fin
the stage, the fire was son extingunish'tl.
\Mr. McDftly, te nunfortunate nff.rer, Tr
h asr.tened tII reasure the almost panic'
atricken yv appearing on the stage ill
p rmn antd assuring them that there the
vwas no tt thr nered of alarm. The
ittied efforts of Mr. Skolflelhi anr oth
'.re soon retiored order and the distrib
u'inttn of Ihi, rifts rcontinUed.d
Mr. Me'Dlaffa is painfuhlly but net seco
rioisly hir, la,, anal his physician, Dr. th
Reyn,atl, has tIo apprtehensions of a
fatal easult. Mr. McDl)fy has been wa
m ,'s g.n,'ro.ns in his efforts to enntrib- CO
ni. to the- sRac.nss of the numerous en-l
ta-rt:ainmets hIately given for our church
Se, antl dtlring his short stay in our com
mlntity has made many friends, who of
deep'lly slpanl.,thizi with him in his on
furltl at, minbap, and wish him a
Ssnpeedy- recovery. We are sure the good
pIaopale in aiaI of whose cause he receivedl WI
his injuries will not forget him in his art
hour of suffrring. ur
We, regret to hear that Mrs. Goedale
w:as pr.ventedl by Illness from being inl
pr"tsent at the entertainment she had pa
labored s, hard to make a snecess, and 4at
-'tlut it was pre-eminently soccesfnul le
n, " ppllantse of a large audience amply
t itied. R.
:,Ira. Val.nltine io.rlinaaki, daughter of
M1 S Wrtnt',wski, ani a lady of gr; at fit
Stal'atmentllst , died at Salt Lake City,
on the 2xrhb of October last. Of her
ilan1a chatllre'a, tbhrte sons and two
id aughtera reml-aina with other relatives
atil fritmelns to mounru her lHs. Mrs.
ilorlineki had nauny frieadti among the
chtl resitldenlts tf this city, who knew her
when she resilded here. We tender to
hi Iarea-vedl family our earnest sym
Iayor's Conet Proeedingp.
[' * whcr 'th, 1Ctl.
Mike Jones, (a.) lirintg a pistol into his
Shosse on Christm aat Eve night and eoar
ryinK stame 'r0n.'ahaa-t ast a place of t
a aitiemenat. Fija-l $2;, or twenty days
l Henry Rayvmonad and Edmond Wil- fr
, litmus, both cr'a,"rt. fighting on the
Sr r,,,n. Fioi ::O ar five daysin jil ,
W a. .at , ~~iir ,ing the peace,
Fit' $O "0 ' .ti , i
. P w rerly a.nduct
Ii n ."naut. Findo
., ' .·, isKI, Mayor.
a Itt lit bt;D , -'reatary.
- r 2.th, 1851. o
I. W . M trl a a Vn Btes, Iti I
A ,,r hearintg i . Wm. Bates was
a ,tii cet l tat $lO, ,'r a-,.via d eys ih jail
.1. IW. Martihal a a. tisehlirgeld.
Matt Berhill, (c): dhaarged with being
alisorlerly. Acu;4,, i:ss founl guilty.
i, aInd bting a n1i*alltun to the communita
the court sentonatell him to pay $25, or
twenty days in jail, tea of which shll
be on light diet.
Julia Braitleand Cynt. Duplasis, hoth
loa eteel, ,htrgedtwitt 'beilg diorderl3
suad ing obscene iangtage. Found
guilty as charged, and were santeueCd
to pay $, or three days in jail.
Andrew Hill, (c), charged with being
disorderly. After hearing evidencea wa,
Lr- JooHN J. WAx. Mayor pmro ternm.
he RCaPTriOW Or ea 8TnAMRl CITYr
er or BATON RoUG.--T'I Committ.e hnve
'a arrangedl the foIlhlwing programme far
al the reception of tlhe steamer Batoln
t'r R .age, which will arrive this evening,
a- ast 4 o'clock. The speakers, City Coun
eli, Execative Committee and their fam
Iy ili s, will embasrk at 2 o'clock on the
& .gs anl barge, t. . aet the Baton
gly RLar. The precsfnstions will take
as p:a _o fteRh herarrival, it the order al
To enable our employees to enjDy the
holidays, we gave 4p. our edition of
last Tuesday, and, give but i four
page edition of this eekly.' We will
commence next w k tie promiaed pub
licgtion - of tke `WAs au"
Unit ransfhi'tha gbly
compnle A a ofour
Sfatrons fo 14
SA q , M.
The Pariav ol BS et pur- T
ant to adj , ment, with i followi g
preaent;,t ". FePtelman,,Pi(deat pro
tam. J. B. Magruer, Secretary; A. Bar
ris, T. R. rouin, l. CO. AltriCh.. 0
On motion Miit Bhai,-Ltesdwas allli."
ed pay tat.the tase ft$0 persionth for
Ith timn that she has alreaalytaugbt,
rand alan $6for rent of school house. .
Mr. Aldrich was appointed by the
President on the Finance Committee in
place of Mr. MeMain, reesignn.
Seven dollars and fifty cents was al
tiwed to Mdortimore Price for three t
months rent of nchool hies in 6th ward.
)O motion of Mr. Browu, $43,50 from
the coutiugelt fund of the 3d hard aa,
"passed to the credit of the teacher's fund
of the saine ward.
By Mr. Bullrris: Whereas, in considera
tion of the fact that the funds ct the
c,lntaand of the School Board are very
limited and nsnfatfirint for the pay
Iulet. of tteachersh, auil ill the opinfiion of
this Boardt,parents honll Ibe willing tee
:onittibtute somethiiig tow2:rds the e'lu
cation of their childre'n, therefore, he iS
re',olved. That hrtattr a:l rmeti of
school houses and all otheir ciintingenI
IeXpen'llne1 ilcidCellt to the pripe' , 'ondIti Pil .
ling of the schoolus ie futrnlishelld r Il Ir
bIy those who patronize the scheol
This ruesolution dose not apply to the er t
and 2nd wards.
By Mr. Aldrich, Resolved, That from
the contingent fnnd of each ward, ipro
rats, a snflicient, amonnr he apgpropria
ted to pay the salaries of the Treasrrei
and Secretary, atd the re,.lainder of the R
contingent fund iu each ward, except
that of the 1st anid 2nd, he, transferred to g
the teacher's fMnids of the, respelctive
wards and tlt hereafrter there Ie . ,
contiugent fund in any ward extiept Ithe
lst and 2nd.
By Mr. Aldrich:
BeRoiled: That thei' schicols Ii ie. i
of Baton Rouge he an horized (at hel,.
own request) t colntinne I heir eseew.iou
two me the longer, or until the Is1 ol
March, 1862. on condition that the)
wait for theºr salaries until a sufficien
amount has beenr received by the ''reaes
urer to pay them.
At the request of patrono represent
ing 115 pupils, A. H. Coiwell was ap
pointed a atssistant in Itte color..,
school in town, at a salary of $. ,,O(,
Our motion of Mr. Aldrich, the Rev.
R. F. Patterson was elect d pIrtuanetl(
President of the Board.
The Board then adjeurned nntil the
firs S eitrelay in Jalniary, 1882.
BI. FEIBEIl,MAN, Pres. pro tern,
J. B. MAGit.UDlRa, Secretary.
Dr. D. Steckiteg, the skiltifl Deot I
8nrge an, will lhe at his lhetari( tiinrl·i .,I
Mrs. Currau's, on next MeIket ., .
ary 'd, to attend to all Ireflein al
The taaka of the Pator, the nliii and the
people in general, of Broly Lsading, West Bto-e
Roose, are extended:
t. To the Silver Cornet Boad, for their kind
.ervies, rendered grats.
2. To the 8t Joaph's Musical and Dramatic 01
Sodety for their good nlatentions and noble for.
3. To theowners and oflc.ers of str. treoc, for V
the use of their bouts.
4. To the staunch CAPrrOLIAY for favors t
.atly, but not leatly, to all the Baton Reorg
friends who have contributed to our Pair.
BRSLt LtDmora, Drec. 2"th, 1861.
RICHARD-JEMEYSON-At tho rrfi.vncA
of Ben Hinson, Rsq., by the Rev. K. F. la';ýt -
nea, Mr. I)UAAL lIcHAaD, of AnonAsnon pAi~,
to Misa FAMInl Ji METrso , of this parlbh.
May their lorn and contidence nqever grew 1l.i
As they pass through the sunshine ind h..d*'
of life. May he ever cheris her as the only
idol of hor existence, and may she prvov to tlu
at all times a true and loving wife. Ioc c l f
and happinems are the sincere wishes of their
friend i. R. C.
Closing Out Sale
Jap anese , VaYes, Etc., Etc.,
which must be
Sold Regardless of Cost!
b' Je nn-i,:y ii", 8 2s
To malte Room fir h,!.::y ' i
Ca mll ft4 W1
f i onCeo r ojl po CI
Stores and Tinware, and Worker in T'in, (oeipefm4I4 S :t-#!V
All..r lor1 GI B O rit sr a aln Rnifin.l ste. prnip? 5ti} s Lý a I tli 6n. 4
Stationer, Printer, Lithograher,
ENGRAVER, BOOKBINDER, '
And Blank Book i1atuufacturer,
73 QCAMP0 STER, T,
P0.O Lock Box So08. NEW ORLEAN8.
1881 ........ Fall alld Winter.... :1i8892
01 and A:t (,amnntl *Ircets.............N I:W' OH I.EAN
Reupeetfully annomuces to his C'ntomers and the Trade Opnerally that
his Asuortment of
Fall ad ,wiriter 1
CL )~TIIIIN G
Is Complete, and Will be kept so Th bruh the Egn8e s . .
Aen's, Youln'., boyp' and irildr~i'.s Clothinig and i.
N., . --an m, ·, i f e - i , , ,, 't . .
No.07 . t.....St. charles treet........ No.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
CEANES, UMIHREI4,JLA,, PERFUMERY AND FANC.Y GOODS,
A lare,. and well iwletettd t'CY s lways on hand.
D'Ts*I' o' OUB' W i: .'* .L.a It e At LiXlC'rdWcae Q ssze:mSvFtwk a
$1.5.0 $ IIZ . I
I I' . nltlvt'e -hi ti ~ ll flit' dui t style.-Open BDak-O- en PrOU et- 1tl-wh aId lWthu
l etc . VhS
. It LAiAN JAMES MAVCWnar
6 & H COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEAN8,
iHard ware and Ship Chandlery,
STEAM, TELEGRAPH if RAILROAD'SUPPLIfS
Oll0, Paint (Cordage Wa-to Tallow Onm and 1Emp Packing, Bolts Naut, "Wal~ b Oseper,
Ira4 eant ron W. • Manufactureas ont. Beth and most Improved
Steam Traise fort, e yvaporation of Cane Joeie.
Workers in Copper, Brass, and Sheet Iron, and
D)EALERS IN (AS PP1"ES AND FITTING8.
r" All Orders entrnated ,to us will iHn tilled with dispatch. (v1a39
155j Coal p t........... ;4 are t.........-I..r15ia j
D. H. HOLMES.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF ORZG1N AJ
Dozmestio Dry Go od.s
In the Lates. 8tviee and at the Lowest pries.
SAMPLES SENT ON APPLICATION - DR $85 MAKING A SPECIALTY
Costumes Made Upon ijiort bos
RKADY.MAI)E OOu~L MES IN GREAT VARIETY IN THE LATEST STYLUS
AND DESIGIN . I
P IS* 3 1 8 146gtpB A, PARKEER 0,
;.wNERAL AGONT FOR OA)UIANAJ, MIs8s88mPPI. TEZAS AND ALABlMA.
H. W.AJOHNS',N-EW YORK,
AT WHOL3SAL3 ANID i TAIL.
.A8. BE TOS PAINT8,
IN WHITE AND.ALL KNOWN- K~-. COLO118 Mlil) READY 10 USE .VU
QUALSI) IN ,Tre ARýS T FOR DbAB1LITY AND BEAUTY.
.ASBFlSTOS ROO'QLWJ G,
UNIIXCELLED IFU DURABILITY' NO RJITNTION OF WATBR ON Tak R00).
EQUAL TO SLATS ON THAT ACCOUNT.
No. 10............Union mstreet............ w Orleae .:
REFER4 TO PATRIONN.
ýMeuse klpF m. & Co George Soule, of Sonlr0sCAll. ' nCf. M>s0a.
C. R. lirardy, 31 Camp strwo, B.f .Chambers,e Hartfl ll~ aCbte .,~W,R aE.br-d- AC.
H Haler 56 Camp sltret. sw O..es, ' .tobC las+r See. Neow ObrINi.'
(apt. T. *. Leatbers. Ste.amer Natcbe. Dr. D. T. Plbe0lt. 14W Olr nU.'
Tbee. Slams A Levy, New Orlesa. ssfrsCt'I s Ie L8e4. Ca. VWOI9B
ma naKE ar Ptu,.ult. T, C M " tnt. = A ' l l:M
r7"' ý 7,..,17
Z ' Till
:GOLD AND 8ILVER .V A r`'l -
s n . - "
e-ver -st in ea ,p
RI £111 R18(, I K f P .
FIRST1 L4 '`
A7D WARRANT 8ILtfI >
STRICTLY A8 nEPRH
hought In tebwimreat or E
ThsVO fu) ori In wBOllra oU
+h:n:l, b|cy ina dea)h, try
SA11 WI AOL I4
I And a)illw He e1a,
'0 bei.h a nay es L IfnZi rol t.----- satl
other delt Ious rfr ehmentt
G ORGE N, .:B !
FeermnIn Ilni.lemaeeles s . 0 • "sal
BATON ROUG........*........ --
,,. . I ·I,,,, _.
lokd e with all the latat m nro4meflnts - -
S t e ,ue IR irrnudleg eunty.
w.I| wo 1 ,c, witb a.h f ti,, f o ( tl' , ' -.t
fieIy guaranteed. ,* .
IODDELL & BIRIGHl
A RE PRJPAl ii 'O FUR NISti
aud I etimale,. and eseaste e.! oIlt
te taeie o rk In wor itheir p eat the ets
vetrabi terlon ep 96(
A Etljh Frl ;`',:
(:·~ ~a~yt~tl lciliist. .,·adr~
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