PUBLISHED DAILY, (MONDAYS
BATON ROUGE, LA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,
HAVING established hi* shop in Baton
Rouge, takes this opportunity of in
forming the citizen« of Baton Rouge, and
ito vicinity that they are now prepared
to do all kinds of work in their line ol
HOUSE SIGN* AND ORNAMENTAL
• FLAG AND BANNER PAINT
AND WALL COLOR
On reasonable ternis, ami on short notice.
By *4 stritt attention to business, I hope
to gain a liberal share of patronage. Shop
on Third street opposite Holt's Stable.
March 12th 6 m
Coner, Sign, anö ©rn omental
HAVING removed his shop to Third St.
South of Holts Livery Stable, is now
prepared to dp all kinds of Painting,^ Gla
zing and Paper Hanging. He may be found
(unless engaged) at his shop, or letters ad
dressed to him through the Post Office,
will meet with prompt attention
Jan. 8, 6m.
$onse. Sign, and «Ornamental.
SHOP ON THIRD STREER, NEXT
DOOR TO CHOPPIN'S BAKERY.
ANY orders given me for House, Sign, or
Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging,
and Glazing, will meet with prompt atten
tion. As I am permanently located in Ba
ton Rouge, and a4 it is to my interest to give
general satisfaction, I shall constantly study
to do it. ASBURY REGER.
Jan. 10th, y.
H T WAD0ÎLL.
AT HIS DRUG STORE NEAR
The Harney House.
Otters for sale, a very large and complete
assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Svroi
oal Instruments, Cuppinq-Glasses, Oils,
Soaps ; Tooth and White-Wash ; Hair,
Tooth, Flesh, Nail, Shaving, Paint and
Shoe brushes ; together with all the most
popular patent medicines of the day.
PENS, INK and PAPER.
Fish-hooks, Littet, Flotils, and Baskets,
Low for cash.
Ten! Teas ! Teas ! ! !
Having been appointed agent for the sale
of Teas for the PÉKIN TEA COMPANY
of New York, I am enabled to offer to the
Ladut, a splendid assortment of Green and
H..AGK Tea's, warranted pure. They are
put up in quarter, half and pound packages,
-find sold at from 50 cents to $1 50 per
This class of remedies, improperly called
Patent, are simply secret remedies, found
ï»y Practical Physicians, after long experi
ence, to be admirably adapted to the cure
•of certain diseases ; put up and offered for
-die for the benefit of Mankind.
Many persons here will tell you, that,
Smith's Tonic, Rowan's Tonic, Speed's
Tonic, Indian Celagogue, Champion's Pills,
■taynes', Louden's, Sapington's. Hull's or
the.Giaffenbourg Pills, will cure you of any
<ase of Chills and Fever, or Ague and Fe
ver that may occur, and that too, at a cost
of from 75 cents to $1 56 ; whereas it
would ordinarily cost you $5 00—They
would further inform you, that these reme
dies, warranted genuine, are for sale by
H. T. WADDILL
Draggi.it, near the Harney House Raton
Rouge Louisiana. may'iSy.
A AA Bales Timtohy Hay. For sale
tbv / v J bv J oshua beal.
PERFUMERY — All the celebrated
French, English and German brands of
Cologne at J. PARRY k Co.
il A A REAMS Letter Paper, assorted,
'WvU for sale by J. C. LaNOUE,
Harney House Row.
W. F. TUNXARD.
wholesale and retail dealer, in
CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c.
THE SUBSCRIBERS stock of Buggies
Rockaways, Barouches, Coaches, &c. has
. been «elected by himself, and comprises
every variety. To his already complete
assortment, he is daily making additions.
Persons will find it to their advantage, to
call and examin« his stock.
W. F. TUNSARD,
Comer of Church tf Main St».
JUST received from Mo., 200 barrels
"Cape" Lime S. M. HART & Co.
Aug. ?7th tf.
H Drags and Medicines.
B. V IB BERT, thankful for the fcrt
patronage extended to him, announ
ces to his friends, and the public generally
that thejfccan always find at his store on
Lafayette a few doors from Church Street,
the most extensive assortment of articles
in his line ever offered in the- Town ; upon
terms the most favorable. He will endeav.
our to maintain the reputation he has ac
quired for carefullnes8, in tilling prescrip
tions ami preparing medicines for flfmily
Also a supply of the best Port wine and
Brandy, for Medicinal purposes.
Physicians, Planters and others will
please call and examine for themselves:
and they will find that they can be supplied
on terms as reasonable as they can purchase
in New Orleans.
Physicians prescriptions, accurately pre
pared at all hours of night or day.
mar. 23, yl.
^ SPANISH LILLY WHITE, and Meen
Fun, are beautiful smooth Vegetable prepa
rations, for imparting to the face and neck,
a natural life-like alabaster white, with
out injuring or discoloring skin, sold by
may 13 v. H.H. VIBBERT.
TIME FOR O ESING AND CLOSING TH3
MAIL AT BATON ROUGE.
(Any chaise will be immediately cor
rected as aoon as made.)
Mkils for New Orleans, Donaldson ville
and all Lafourche Interior, closes daily at
12 o'clock. M.
Coast Below —Brnsle Landing, Man
chac, Iberville, Bayou Goula, New River,
Donaldsoitviile. Convent, Bonnet Carie,
Taylor's, Edgar's &c., Every Monday,
Thursday, and Saturday at 12 o'clock M.
Coast Above —St. frituiqisviije, Water
loo, Pt. Coupee, Pt. Hudson. Lobdell's Store
closes every Sunday. Weducaday and Fri
day at 5 o'clock P. M.
Natches, Vicksburg and all Red River
Parishes, closes daily at 4 o'clock P. M.
Louisville, Memphis and Xapciieoit, clo
ses Tuesday and Friday at 4 o'clock P. M.
-Greensburg, Springfield, Coelk, Stony
Point and Burlington, Closes every Monday
at 0 o'clock A. M.
Clinton, Jackson and Mt. Willing, closes
Moadary, FMayaud SWirJav «t~£<vlœk
P. M. JOHN C. La NOUÉ, Port Matter
U. 8." MAIL COACH.
FROM Baton Rouge to Clinton via
Jackson , will run tri-tnetkly , as follows :
leaving Baton Rouge, Sunilays, Tuesdays,
and Fridays , at 5 o,clock A. M., and arri
ving at Clinton, at 3 o'clock. P. M., Leav
ing Clinton Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Saturdays, at 5 o'clock, A. M., and arri
ving at Baton Rouge at 3 o'clock, P. M.
rates of charges.
From Baton Rouge to Jackson, $2 00.
do. « « u Clinton. 2 50.
The subscriber has taken great pains to
fit up a Coach worthy of patronage, anJ
hopes to retain the patronage he has here
IT?* Seat« can be engaged at the Harney
House, Batcffl Rouge, at ttje Post Office, in
Jackson, and at Carman's Hotel, in Clinton
WILLIAM ELDER, Proprietor,
may 11th y.
East and West Baton Rouge Ferry.
THE Ferry Boat connecting with East
and West Baton Rouge, is constantly
plying—making trips at intervals of fifteen
and thirty minutes.
Foot Passengers, ------ 20
Man and Horse, - 75
Buggy and " - - - - - $1 5o
Carriage and Horses, - - - - 2 00
Horses per Head, • - - - - 50
Cattle " " ..... so
Droves of horses or mules, each, 30
Cash, and Cash oniy. are the term. s
Jan,12.y. K. BEAL, Proprietor.
A. SOUZA F PICARD.
SOUZA & PICARD,
No. 38 CHARTRES STREET
may 11th y.
"'" twïce ' T wëëk .
U. S, MAIL PACKET GIPSY.
For the Coast. Plaquemtnu, Baton Rouge,
Port Hudson, Waterloo, Bayou Sara, and all
intermediate landings—The steamer Gipsy,
J. H. URE, Master, leaves New Orleans
every Sunday, at 9 o'clock r. m., Returning,
leaves Bayou Sara, each trip after the arri
val of the cars. For freight or passage ap
ply on board. may 14y.
JUST received pe» steamer Eliza, from
25 Bbls Mess Pork.
50 S. F. Flour.
13 Casks Bacon.
25 Kegs No. 1 Lard.
* 5 Tierces S. C. Hams.
12 Boxes, 5 lump Tobacco,
'or sale, low for cash.
12th, tf. S. m. HART» & Co. *
INDELIBLE Ink, prepared and warranted
by James Tarrant, and for sale by
H. B VIBBERT.
take all contacts in
s, and will #Secute
Architect & Bv i I d • I.
now prepared to ta ' "
his line of business,
with neatness and despatclu
N. B, All kinds of Job *
to. Plans and specifications
when required. \
Shop op Main St., between
Annnity and Trnsi
Cash Capital paid «/;, $250,(^)0
C. G. I mlay , Sec., | S R Crawford Pres.
Branch Office at R. 0., 48 Cam* St.; "
BENJ. FLORANCE, Agt
Agency at Baton Bonge, La.
w. *>. PIKE, Agt. .
Feb. 17th, y. pd.
New Music Store.
37 CANAL STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
THE Subscriber respectfully niforms the
citizens of Baton Rouge, that he js pre#
pared, having connection with one of the
largest houses in New York t* furnish them
with a variety of Music of the latest.publi
cation, as well as Musical Instruments,
whicfc are beautiful in finish, and sweet in
tone. All orders from the country will.be
promptly attended to. >
ta.».,: _B. F. CHBISTMAXy
H. B. VIBBERT,
Drnggist and Apothecary,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock ol fresh Dru «s and
Medicines. All his preparations are pre
pared by Northern manufactories, and put
up in the very best^nan^er to preserve their
medicinal virtues. "In a climate
persons shoul^ not overlook this im]
CT?" Prescriptions filled with care at any
time of night or day. -'an S
COOKING STOVES &r.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand and
far s*J« lÄ.C*ik»0g Bl^rftwBtftwiJlf j
sizes and patterns which they offer at re
15 dozen 0. Rice's Zink Wash Boards.
may 13. ly. HALL & PIPER
EXTRACTS FOR FLAVORING.
Sauces. Jellies, Custards, Pastry, Ice
Extract of Lemon, Rose, and Vannilla l
just receivSlfrand for sale by
may 13y. II. B. VIBBERT. .
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS—\M.
gallons of best quality French Brandy ; 125
gallons of Old Pavillion ; 80 gallons Sazarac
Brandy; 10 Casks Common do ; 50 boxes
wines assorted; 10 barrels fine Old Rectifi
ed Whiskey; CO gallons Jamaca Rum; 60
gallons Holland Gin. Also, a great variety
of fine liquors and cordials for sale by
July 26-ly J. PARRY, & Co.
Through Fare from Charleston to New
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
EAVIN'G the wharf at the foot of
Laurens street daily, after the arrival
of the Southern cars, via Wilmington and
Weldon, N. C., Petersburg, Richmond,
Fredericksburg, to Washington City, Balti
more, Philadelphia and New York.
The public is respectfully informed that
the steamers of this line are in first rate
condition, and arc navigated by well-known
and experienced commanders, and the rail
roads are in fine order, (the Wilmington
and Weldon road having recently been !
railed with heavy Trail,) thereby securing !
both safety and despatch. A through tick- j
et having already been in operation will be
continued as a permanent arrangement
Irom Charleston to New York. By this
route travelers may reach New York on
the third day, during business hours. On
and alter thé 1st of July next, Bag gag® will
be ticketed from fhe point of departure to
Washington City, under the charge ofa
Special Agent or Baggage Master. Xi
Washington the same will be transferred
to the care of similar agents, who will «
company it to' .New York, and the Ujkfr
arrangements will be pmyued in returpftig
South. . M - >
ThrtÄigh Tickets to New York can alfte
be had from E. WINSEOW, Anentoffctfr
Wilmington and and Raleigh Railroad Com
pany, at the office of the Comptny, foofrw.of
Laurens street, Charleston, S, C., to wl
please apply; and to Charleston, at
office of the New- Je
Se well T. Taylor. •
IMPORTER OF WINES, LIQUORS.
CORDIALS, &c &c.
At Wholesale and Retail, no 15 RaVal
t. NEW ORLEANS. Apr. 25th W.
BAGS bran in store and for sale
by JOSHUA BEAL.
Aug. 23, 1852, y.
0 v e e sheriff's or riez.
june 29, ft. ä , Baton Rouge, La.
* ' * -
James Madison Ela«l, James Essex Elam.
J M. êil E. ELAM
Attorney*. Md dpunaellors at Law.
, Batof Rouge, La.
* March 27th, y.
J, W. SEYMOUR.
ATTQÉFm M T LAW.
LaCrtel Stre e t.
— T JO i. H' -
t. ». davidsom, k. e. .mchatto>
DAVIDSON & McH^TTON.
at Ca»/ *
ph LAIJEEL sm bAxon aOlUE.
Apr. 30th ly. y
john c. ludlow ,m. d.
Drs. LUDLOW & MANN.
Surgeon and ÜUcljamtal Dentists
^ Baton Roagc La.
[^"Gratuitous Services to the poor every
:ll ' terno£ » 1 from ?|o 5 P. M. May 1 in.
General Produce dealer Ac,
Hoype on Church, between ¥iur£
ueokgk a. pike.
GEORGE P. briant.
GEORGE A. PIKE & Co.,
©encrai Agents, »
* BATON ROUGE, LA.
We will attend promptly to the collection
of all claims entrusted to us, either against
the State, or individuals residing in the par
ishes of East, pr West Baton Rouge.
The lfbetal patronage we have met with,
as Generat Agents ; has not only enabled us
to increase our facilities for the transaction
of business? but aisé to Grkatm Reduce
our former fetes of Commission.
Our charges for collecting claims against
the State, will now be as follows : m
On sums under $100 2 per cent,
do $100 and not over $250, 1 1-2 pr. ct.
do $250 "and not over $500, 3-4 per ct.
do $500*and.pot over $1000*1-2 per ct.
do $1000 do. do. $1500, 1-4 do.
do $1500 do. do. $5000, 1-8 do.
Ratks of Exchange on New Orleans
On sums from $10, to $250, 1-2 pr. ct.
do. iio. do. $250, to $1500, 1-4 do.
do. do. do. $1500, to $5000,1-8 do.
Information given Graft«. Address
le tters pott paid, to Georok A. Pike &ce.
may«8y. General Agents,
cuarles Simon. |
C. S9MON & BRO*
118 OMJEevee, New Orleans, La.
"IXXi? hawSijnstantly on hand a very large
W* an^tiperior stock of the most fash
ionable Clothing, to which we invite the
attefttion of (Jealersind others. Gentlemen
visiKng the city, can at a short notice have
clothing jnade to order, in a superior man
nei ami" warranted to fit. Our prices are
as low as the lowest, and we offer greater
intfne«netite»-te the *j«d»->general ly, tlfte
any other hougf in the city, (july 18-y.
are and Earth
r with 2500
its per gallon
PARRY & Co.
. ons' stotewaie it ten
"or safe by J
e Tr . STEVENS, BROS,It"c67~
Common Street, New Orleans,
AVE the most extensive and varieo
_ stock of Stationery in the city. Let
ter ârM Cap paper of every brand and quel
ty ; printing materials, &c. All f^^aich
are «old on the most reasonable!
n DOZ ARNOLD'S fa Copying Ink,
'/V Just received aod'iTor sale ty
J. C. LAN<
tNOLD'S fliK C
Jus t received aod'iTor sale 1
mayl4 6m.- Post Office
CONFifcCTIONARlES—A Ivge and
varied assortment by
J. "PARRY & Co.
GALLONS of 'Se well Taylors test
iwU Sazarac Brandy, just receiyerf" and
sale by J. PARR** Co.
1 TRUSSES and Shoulder Brace«, sale
. cheap by H. B. VIBBERT.
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