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Comer of North B oulevard and Repentence xlt. LÀ MIS. OPEN at all hours, night anil Jay, with a well stored Resturant, where all the delecacies ot the season may be had. Our Wines and Liquors are well selected cigars as good as the best, and ^>ot coffee at any hour. No («ins will be spared to please customers, ljune 13, ly-1 LAMIS F. PERR1LLIART SILVERSMITH. Lafayette Street, oppowte the Flor ence House. HAS all the facilities for reparing Walch es and Clocks; which he will do at short notice, in the very best mnuner. He also keeps a well selected stock oi Jewelry, consisting of brest pins. Ear rings, .Bracelets, fancy Studs, and shirt buttons Cuff pins, Watches and clocks, fob-chains kc., which he will sell on reasonable term« Feb. 7jid7 July tf. Just Arrived WE HAVE now in store, besides our large stock of Western produce, a line assortment ol Groceries, selected with special reference to supplying the Trade of this city, which we feci confident of be ug able to do, at as fair a price as car. be done elsewhere. our stock consists in part ok Salt, coarse and fine. Coffee, Candles, Sperm and Star, Rice, Soap. Sngar crushed and loal, Starch, Butter, Ike., Ike... &c. Merchants and Traders will please give us rcriaius niiu i nueis win lurooc .11, «i«..«.!-«* where to purchase. S. M. HART fc Co. Corner of Front and Laurel St july 23, tf. CARRIAGES, HARNESS, WHIPS, «te THE Subscriber's as sortment of Carria ges, Harness, whips, &c. ai« now complete, and h? invites an examina tion ol his slock before purchasing in New | Orleans, as he guarantees his prices as low | as any in the South. Wannum comer of Third and Florid# Streets. Manulactoriiig and repairing superior style at the old established stand comer of Main ar.d Church Staeets Jan. 28th, tl W. F. TUNNARD This day from Cincinnati. 1"| Grosse Mason & Dixon's No. 1 tnus J. tard ; 3 grosse ground blk. pepper; •I do. ground spice ; 2 do. Sinamon ; 1 do. Cloves. All of which is fresh. aug 18-y. J. Parry & Co. WRAPPING PAPER. 100 Reams, large and small sines. For sale by june 16, v. JOSHUA BE^JL. "J" PARRY & Co.. have just received a « • fresh stock of Almonds, and Reasons, Butter, and Cheese, Pickles, and Preserves. Call for superior articles at july 26 y. J. PARRY, & Co. WHEEL AND DIRT BAHUTS. A full supply on hand and for sai«. v may 11 y. W. F. TUNNAK„ 50 PLOWS. OF the Celebrated HALL & SPEAR Plows, just received and for sale by maylly. W. F. TUNNARD. SUGAR. COFFEE, AND RICE, lor sale by JOSHIJA BEAL. For Sale A COMFORTABLE residence, within the limits of the corporation of the town of Baton Rouge, together with 8 acres ol good land, in cultivation, for sale on liberal terms. For particulars, apply to •2 w. P. SCANLAN, or to july 27 EDWARD BOEGEL. GLASS Lamp Shades, Chimneys and Wicks, for sale by may 13. ly. HALL & PIPER. Dr. Jayne's Patent Medicine«. ALL OF DR. J \YNE'S Patent Medi cines may be found at Geo. M. Her oman's, corner of Main and Laurel streets. BKERS and others supplied at reasona ble prices with Carli. Ammonia, sup. Carb. Soda, and Oils for flavoring, Spices, &c, by H. B. VIBBERT. Patent Lightning Rods, W. T. PARKER, Agent for Spratt'a Superior Roda OF Spiral twisted carbonized annealed iron, with zinc protectors, ami electro positive elements combined in their manu facture thus rendering them equal to cop per «s conductors. They are in ten feet K.ghths, with accurately fitted brass screw „onnecting joints, an entire new style of metalic attachments for bricks and frame buildings ; also glass isolaters of a novel, in genious construction, forming a lock, the whole mounted with a SOLID PLATI NUM SILVER POINT\ twelve inches long, surrounded at the base with three angi negative marnets the whole -onstituting the most magnificent and per fect silent conductors ever presented to the public. Principal office, at the Agricultural Ware house, Corn« of Magazine and Poydrass Streets. New OrWans. Q^Orders left at the Poat Office in this place or at ti e Warehouse of S. M. Hart &. Co., will meet with immediate attention. )uiy 20 -lw. Radways Ready Relief. THE great "Pain Killer," said to cure all Pains, known to man, (except that <rom the inconvenience of an empty purse.' For sale by H. T Wapdill. CITY EMPORIUM Of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods W.D.PHILLIPS, cosher op lakayttk and ciiuech »ts. THERE 18 NO AUCTION GOODS at my establishment. Nor do I propose to''sell lor cost" and "less than cost." My goods are well selected and contain all the latest and mont fashionable patterns selec ted by an experienced purchaser in the New York and Philadelphia markets. 1 have no article that lias been forced into market under the hammer on occount of change in fashion, or damage. The public may feel satisfied that what they purchase of me is new and fashionable. I do not profess to be in competition with the venders of "Cheap Goods." I do however pretend to sell as cheap as any retail House ol stand ing in the Union. If you do not think so call and see. june 22 )y QÖe REAMS Fools Cap paper; 20 s & s & k ) Reams English Record Paper JOHNC. L a NOUE. Harney House Row NEW STOCK OF FEESH MEDICJXES H. T. WADDILL, AT THE NEW THREE STORY BRICK Buildiug near the Harney Home. Has just received a very large anil " Fresh Stock of Drills, Med icines; «Sec:, direct from New York and Philadelphia. To those in East and West Raton Rouge, who are in the habit of purchasing these Medicines in New Orleans, he would say, "Send him your orders," and he will illl « vt/wr v «l.» „ |«ÄS S , ÄTÄ. e ISL2S , J2 _ _ | Cream" Tarter, BiCarb' Soda/Carb Magne | ,„ t Blue Mass, Quinine, Castor Oil.Compo sition, Apeprient, &c. Jan 4— y for them in New Orleans warranted of as good a quality. He has : Gum Myrrh, Opium Lobelia, Snake Root, Buchu Leaves, Uvaui^ leaves, Nux Vomi co, Salt Peter, Slipjiery Elm. Chomomile Flowers, Bone Set, Hnrehoundî Race Gin ger; Jalap, Ipecac, Pink Root. Gum Arabic, Calomel. Liquorice, Tarrents Elfervessing in any quantity. Manna. Balsam Fir, Chloro form, Aloes, Assaf'œdita. Iodine, Salacine, Nitrate Silver Alum, Camphor, Sulphur, in^T)IUKLED SARDINES, Lobsters, Sal 11 nions, French, Creole, English, Ken tucky & New York mustard bv J . PARRY & Co. OHOF. BLACKING & BRUSHES—20 lO dozen shoe blacking. <1 dozen shoe bushes. J. PARR Y 4 CO. For Sale at any Price. A LOT of Stoves—various kinds, which, being offered out of season, is evidence of our anxiety to sell, and that bargains can be had. Give us a call families and dealers and buy us out, as we are anxious to quit the Stove trade. S. M. HART & Co. Corner of Front and Laurel Sts, Cod Liver Oil. OW the remedy for Consumption. For sale by H. T. Wadpiix. __________ Wholesale & Retail Druggist No. 12 Magazine St. New Orleans. Dealer in Patent Medicines, Paints, oiij, Glass, Dye Stvkfs &c Agent for the sale of Mis. Betts Abomi nai supporters. Dr. Morrison's remedy for Diarrhar, Cholcro, Dysentery &c , X. Bag ins Premium Perfumery at Manufacturers Prices. A pi 25 th ly. N< Mustard. QA GROSS Ohio Mustard put up in /C/\) pound, half and quarter pound tin canisters by Dixon, Shoemaker & Co., Cin cinnati. Also 20 gn«is Thornton and Gun steaus Kentucky Mustard, for sale by July 8 ly. H. T WADDILL. THIS day RECEIVED— a large stock assorted Wines and Liquors at N. O. prices. / PAR RY if CO. Mineral Water. FROM St. Catherine's salt wells in Ca nada, one tea-spoonful in a glass to common water, makes a drink, in all res pects equal to "blue lick water." For sale by H. T. WADDILL. CRAVATS—A fine assortment of Black Vid colored silk cravats, for sale at cost by J. C. LaNOUE. SALT I -» /"v C SACKS course and fine Salt, in 1 vj O store and for sale by JOSHUA BEAL. E. A. TYLER, 39 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS, KEEPS constantly on hand for sale, at extremely low prices, gold and silver watches of ever kind, mantle and counting House Clocks, watch trimmings of every description, a large assortment of Bracelete, Baoaches, finger and Ear-Rings, necklaces, Thimbles, Pencils, Pens, kc. Gold, Silver, Shell, and Steel bowd spectacler, Silver tea set«, Castors, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, &c. Rich plated Castors, Cake Baskets, Trays &c Fin« Cutlery, Mantle Vases, Ladie's and Gentlemen's Dressing Cases &c. &c. Wotches, Clocks and Jewelry carefnlly I . j irorrantwil repaired and warranted. SUNDRIES—20 dozen Shaker Brooms ; 20 lbs wrapping twine ; 20 lbs Lamp wick ; 2 dozen camphine lamp weeks ; 2 dozen camphine lamp globes; 10 dozen lamp shades assorted; 1 dozen table brushes; 6 setts table mats, hair, cloths dusting and scrubbing brushes, feathers, dustors july 26-y. J. PARRY* CO J. PARRY, & Co., Wholesale and-Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Corner of Third *nd Convention St*., (near the market) baton rouqe, la. TTTE HÂVE this day received the larg VV est an d mos t complete stock or and PROVISIONS ever offered for sale in this city ; which will be sold cheaper for cash, than can be purchased at retail in the city of New Orleans. Our Stock coneieti of tht following itaple articlet : 100 barrels fresh Flour, 10 do of prime Leaf Lard, 50 Kegs do , do do, 20 barrels mess Pork, 6 do of fresh No 1 & 2 Mackerel 4000 lbs. Stagg and Shay's and Duffield Sugar cured hams, 3000 do plain hams, 2000 do shoulders, 3 Tiesces of Rice, 1500 lbs dried beel lô lioxes No . 1, Washing soar 10 do line Toilet, do cast steal soap, 10 Kegs fresh May Butter 500 lbs. Iresh Cheese, C boxes fresh pine apple do 25 boxes star candles, 10 do spearm do 15 Mar & Mac's Tobacco, 5 do honey dew do 20 do best Cavendish do 4 do smoking do All of these articles are fresh and good and may be htfd at the above firm, (june 2 Fashionable Dancing ACADEMY MADAME ARRAL1NE BROOKS res pectfully informs the residents of Baton Rouge and vicinity that her Academy is now ojien, arid the Terms, Days and Hours, will be as follows : Children's class Thursdays and Saturdays from half past four till (lark—each child $6 per month or $10 for two. Ladies class Mondays and Wednesdays from 8 till lOo'clock $10 per month. Gentlemen's class Tuesdays and Fridays at night from 8 till lOo'clock $10 per month. OTT"" As soon as the scholars are suffi ciently proficient Mad . B., will give a SOIREE once a week. may 15 lm. SUNDRIES ! SUNDRIES ! ! JUST RECEIVED and now for sale 10 dozer. Water Buckets ; 10 dozen Hand Brooms ; 50 pounds cotton wrapping Twine 10,000 Cuba Sixes Cigars; 25 Barrels St, Louis Flour ; 25 do Indiana do. JOSHUA BEAL. Church street opposite Harney House. TO PLANTERS. AIKIX'S Com and Cotton Cultivator. This truly useful agricultural imple ment. has been fully tested by highly res pectable and practical planters who after full trial, say that by its use, in the cultivation of Corn, Cane, or Cotton, there is a saving of at least one third the labor to man and horse over the common plow. It s a new Rvention, Patented March 20 1846. Planters are invited to call and examine it. A supply on hand and for sale by maylly. W. F. TUNNARD. For Sale. FINE Turning Lathe, with all the aparatus necessary. Apply at the Comet Office. SHOE AND BLACKING BRUSHES— 5 do /.. Best Shoe Brushes and 6 gross oi the Best Blacking for sale by JOHN C. L a NOUE Harney House Row A JOB PRINTING. "117 E are prepared to do all kinds of job VV printing with expedition. BILL HEADS, LAWYER S BRIEFS, BALL TICKETS, CIRCULARS, NOTICES. VISITING CARDS, POSTERS &c. Also Book-binding in any style. Attention paid to binding Music, Port folios, Periodicles, &c. Old books I bound, at the Cornet office. Third Street GEORGE A. PIKE We call the attention of persons in the neighborhood, to these facts, and assure them that we shall attend to any orders in our line, with promptness. c. r.. halIm jAcorf piper HALL & PIPER. HOUSE FURNISHING STORE ON CHURCH STREET. piper's new brick mrii.ding and next hook to llfs furniture ware rooms. ARE OPENING and offer for sale a gen eral assortment of Crockery, China, and Glass ware together with house keep ing articles in general. Persons in want of any article in our line would do well to give us a call. mayl5 y. I J7 , -, , ' rheumatism, sour throat, toothache, piles aria j cornes. Is a most excellent internal reme i dy—cramps cholic, flatulency, cholera mor I bus. *iux and dysentery. _*' ,rs ® lRl 'y i all' 8 -V. H. T. W ADD ILL. Coffeenne Liniment. T70R MAN and BEAST— Cures wounds, sores, bruises, sprains, burns, scalds, aug 8-y. New Arrivai*. /-* CT Boxes Star Candles ; 25 Boxes Soap ; /CO 10 Boxes 8 Lump Tobacco^; 10 bar rels Prime Sugar. JOSHUA uEAL. aug 24-y Opposite Harney House. STAGG. Shay, and Duffield Hams at re tail or by tierce, by JOSAUA BEAL S. M. HART &ÇQ. TTTHOLKfiAtE DEALER« B f.Gr.Q - W cerna Prpvisiona, WertoMa P r e date and plantation rôliee geaerally-Reeeiv ing and Forwarding Commimm Merdtmte Baton Rouge La. In returning b usines* it ia oui purpoaa ta purchase supplie* of Provisions and Produce in the West« m Markets, and to make our sales exclusively for Cash, or satisfactory paper, at prices as low or lower than the same goods can be purc ha s e d for in New Orleans, with cost or transportation. From the Planters we solicit a call, aad assure them that any article they nay desire in our line, we will make it to their interest to purchase here. Q3»"We will purchase or sell Sunr, Mo lasses, Cotton «c, or will make Cash ad vance» on consignment* to our correspond ents in New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, St. Louis or New Orleans. June lly. Spectacles and Glasses. JUST received a superior article of Con cave and Convex Priema and colored Sspertaeles and Christals to suit every age. july 18-y. THEODORE GOLDMANN. Lafayette Street, one door below Laurel. Thla Day Received. fl K pr LBS. fresh May Butter ; 200 lbs. »siJtJ Goshen butter; 400 lbs. Fresh Cheese, lor sale cheap for cash. J. Pabby It Co. OO/I Q LBS. Sugar Cured Hams. A 0 Fresh article at twelve and a half cents per pound. J. Parkt & Co. ~ i.o. o7 f." Magnolia Encampment No. 4, meet* 2d and fourth Saturdays in each month, in Odd Fellow's Hall. MASONIC. ST. JAMES LODGE No. 47— corner of Levee and Church street*. Stated meet ings. first Saturday night in every month. Washington Royal Arch hapter No. 6, first Monday night in every month. ORDER OP T5Ë~ LONE STAR. PUTNAM DIVISION No. 8.—Regular meetings of this division wil be held every Monday Evening at half past seven o'clock, over H. B. Vibberts drug store. L. W. CADY, R. S. SONS OF TEMPERANCE, CAPITOL DIVISION No. 20, at the Odd Fellow's Hal every Monday'night. KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINETOTTM! LEWIS GAYLORD CLARK EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. The KNICKERBOCKER is now in its thirty ninth volume. The price of sub scription has been reduced from five to three dollars a year, to clubs of ten 92 50 each. The publisher has much pleasure in informing the pnblic that the Sequel to St. Leger," and " Meister Karl's sketch Book," will be continued regularly during the present year. In addition to these and a host of highly esteemed contributors, Ike Marvel the popular author of the "Reve ries of a Bachelor," will contribute a i*w and original work, which will be given in every number of the Knickerbocker tor 1852. It will be entitled the " Fudge Pa pers"—being the Observations at Home and Abroad of divers members of the Fudge Family, rendered into writing by Tony Fudge. The contributors depart ment will be more interesting than ever. Booksellers and Post-masters arc requested to act as agents, and pill lie allowed a libe ral discount. Specimen numbers sent grat is, on application post paid. All remittan ces and communications on business, should be addressed post paid, t<> l-nlü L EL HUES TON. Publisher, 12!» Nassau street New York. ap28th 6m. A NEW FIRM AND NEW JEWELRY, Lafayette St., one door above Laurel THEODOEE GOLDMANN, Watchma ker and Jeweller—respectfully informs his i <1 frienus and the public in general that he ha3 (lermanently located himself here, and calls their attention to the supe rior advantages he (Kisseses for repairing Watfiies, Clocks, Mu-ic Boxe^aed Jewelry. He also keeps constantly on hand, a fine as sortment. of J F WE LR Y, consisting in part of tine gold anil silver watches, gold vest, fob and guanlchains, «old pens with gold or silver holders, gold, silvernnd german spec tacles, gold lockets, fingerings, earing», la dies and gentlemen breustuins, shirt-studs and sleeve buttons, heart slides, ladies belt slides, necklacies, bracelets clasps, gold and silver thimbles, watches, earings. &c. Also a splendid assortment of clccks, lamp*, cut lery and fancy articles, and many other» too numerous to mention, all of which he offers for sale chcap for cash, at the sign of the BI« WATCH. N B. All work done at this establish ment is warranted to perform well. Watch es and clocks warranted for twelve months. Terms —one price and Cash . Ijuly6-y. DAVID FELT,"fc C^ Booksellers and Stationers 24 chartres st., new orleans. KEEPS a large stock of Amei tvt «.nd English Publications, Fancy lu i sta ple Stationery, Bookbinding Materials, tec. Blank -books made to any pattern, Rul ing and Printing in every style. Order« from the country promptly attended to. 8 and Sarsaparille. KNOWN to posses all the medical pro perties of the Honflures Sarsaparilla and reronmended as good for all diseases of the blood. For sale by aug 18-y H. T. Waddill.