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MAIRIE
LE PRIX de la larine étant Cinq l'ias
tres-edimi, par baril ; Los Boulangers
donneront 35 or.ces pour dix sous, la
semaine courante. J. R. DUFROCQ, Maire
Sept 11, y.

DAILY COMET
PUBLISHED DAILY, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED.)
VOLUME III
BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852.
NO. 20.
and Medicines.
HB. VlBBJCRT, thankful for the past
patronage extended to him, announ
ces to his friends, and the public generally
that they can 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 carefullness, in tilling prescrip
tions and prepairing medicines for family
use.
Also a supply of the best Port wine and
Brandy, for Medicinal purposes.
Physicians, Planter* 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 the skin, sold by
may 13y. H. B. VIBBERT.
time for oen1ng and closing tii3
MAIL AT BATON ROUGE.
(Any change will be immediately cor
Jected as soon as made.)
Mails for New Orleans, Donaldsonville
and all Lalourche Interior, closes daily at
half past 3 o'clock, P M.
C oast B elow —Brusle Landing, Man
chac, Iberville, Bayou Goula, New River,
Donaldsonville, Convent, Bonnet Carie,
Taylor's, Edgar's &c., Every Monday,
Thursday, and Saturday at 3 o'clock P M.
C oast A bovk —St. Francisville, Water
loo, Pt. Coupee, Ft. Hudson, Lobdell's Store
«-loses every Sunday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 5 o'clock P. M.
Natches, Vicksburg and all Red River
Parishes, closes daily at 5 o'clock P. M.
Louisville, Memphis and Napoleon, clo
ses Tuesday and Friday at 5 o'clock P. M.
Greensbarg, Springfield, Coelk, Stony
Point aad Burlington, Closes every Monday
at 9 o'clock A. M.
Clinton, Jackson and Mt. Willing, closes
Monday, Friday aud Saturday at 5 o'clock
P. M. JOHN C. L a NOUE, Post Matter
U7s MAIL COACH.
FROM B aton R ouge to C linton via
Jackson , will run tri-ieeelcly , as follows :
leaving Baton Rouge, Sunday», 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. " " " Clinton, 2 50.
The subscriber has taken great pains to
fit up a C oach worthy of patronage, and
hopes to retain the patronage he has here
tofore received.
07" Seats can be engaged at the Harney
H ouse, Baton R4>uge, at the Post Office, in
Jackson, and at Carman's Hotel, in Clinton
WILLIAM ELDER, Proprietor,
may Uth y.
East and Veit Batou Ronge Perry.
THE Ferry Boat connecting with East
and West Baton Rouge, is constantly
plying—making trips at intervals of fifteen
and thirty minutes.
CHARGES.
Foot Passengers, ------ 20
Man and Horse, - - - - - - 7.1
Buggy and " ----- $1 50
Carriage and Horses, - - - - 2 00
Horses per Head, - - - . . r>0
Cattle u " 50
Droves of horses or mules, each, 30
ftjP* Cash, and Cash oniy, are the term.s
Jan. 12, y. R. BEAL, Proprietor.
TWICE A WEEK.
U. S. MAIL PACKET GIPSY.
F or the Coast, Plaquemine, Baton Rouge,
Port Hudson, Waterloo, Bayou Sara, and all
intermediate landings—The steamer Girsy,
J. H. URE. Master, leaves New Orleans
every Sunday, at 9 o'clock p. m ., Returning,
leaves Bayou Sara, each trip after the arri
val of the cars. For freight or passage ap
ply on board. may My.
JL" ST received per steamer Eliza, from
Cincinnatti.
25 Bbls Mess Pork.
50 S. F. Flour.
13 Casks Bacon.
25 Kegs No. 1 Lard.
5 Tierces S. C. Ham*.
12 Boxes, 5 lump Tobacco
For sale, low fur cash.
July 12th, tf. S. M. HART, & Co.
INDELIBLE Ink, prepared and warranted
by James Tarrant, and lor sale by
H. B. VIBBERT.
choice wares & liquors— um
galions of best quality French Brandy ; J or>
gallons of Old Pavillion ; 80 gallons Sazaiac
Brandy; 10 Casks Common do; 50 boxes
wines assorted; 10 barrels fine Old Rectifi
ed Whiskey ; 00 gallons Jamaca Rum ; 00
gallons Holland Gin. Also, a great variety
of fine liquors and cordials for sale by
july 26-ly J. TARRY, & Co
mayor s office.
THE PRICE of Flour being $5 50, a bar
rel, Bakers will give .'(5ounces ol bread
for ten cents, the ensuing week.
J. R. DUFROCQ, Mayor.
Sept. 11, 1852, y.
j. j. bürk T
T ÎVÏ ÇTP) ç^a rri svi
COURT HOUSE,
OVER SHERIFF'S OFFICE,
ju ne 29, lt. Baton Rouge, La.
James Madison Elam, James Essex Elam.
J. M. & J. E. ELAM
Attorney* and Counsellors at Law.
Baton Rouge, La.
March 27th, y.
"j. W. SE YMÖUR.
ATTORFEY AT LAW.
Office on Laurel Street,
Next door to George M. Hen.man.
mayll y. BATON ROUGE LA.
t. G. DAVIDSON,
k. f. mc1iatton
DAVIDSON & McIIATTON.
^ttorncn j at £aui.
OFFICE ON LAUREL STS. BATON ROUGE.
Apr. 30th ly.
JOHN G. LUDLOW ,M. O. G .H .MANN.
Drs. LUDLOW & MANN.
Surgeon ani> Xtlcchanical Dentists
Baton Rcuge La.
Q^Gratuitous Services to the jioor every
afternoon from 2 to 5 P. M. May 1 m.
JOSHUA BEAL.
General Produce dealer &c,
House on Church, between Third
and Lafayette Streets.
OEOKfiE A. PIKE.
george p. brian'!.
GEORGE A. PIKE & Co.,
(Ocncrol Agents,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
We wil l attend promptly to the collection
of ail claims entrusted to us. either against
the State, or individuals residing in the par
ishes of East, or West Baton Rouge.
The libeial patronage we ha\e met with,
as General Agents: has not only enabled us
to increase our facilities for the transaction
of business, but also to Greatly Reduce
our former rates of Commission.
Our charges for collecting clr.ims against
the State, will now be as follows :
On .sums under S 100 2 per cent,
do $100 and not over $250, 1 1-2 pr. ct.
do $250 and not over $500. 3-1 per ct.
do $500 and not over $1000 1-2 per ct.
do $1000 do. do. $1500, 1-4 do.
do $1500 do. do $5000, 1-8 do.
Rates of Exchange on New Orleans
On sums from $10, to £250. 1-2 pr. ct.
do. do. do. $250, to $1500, 1-1 do.
do. do. do. $1500, to $5000, 1-S do.
ryy Information given Gratis. Address
letters post paid, to Gi:oKr;i: A. Pike &co.
may by. General An vils,
charles simon.
josei'ii simon.
C. SIMON & BRO.
118 Old Levee, New Orleans, La.
WE have constantly on hand a very large
and superior stock of the most fash
iouable Clothing, to which we invite the
attention of dealers and others. Gentlemen
visiting the city, can at a short notice have
clothing made to order, in a superior man
nei and warranted to fit. Our prices aie
as low as the lowest, and we offer greater
inducements to the trade generally, than
any other house in the city. |july lS-y.
\ VERY LARGE and choice assortment
of Glassware, Queens ware and Euith
• nware of new patterns, together with 2"/00
•jallons stoneware at ten cents per gallon
for sale by J. PARU Y (i Co.
ETR. STEVENS, BIOS, & CO.
21 Common Street. New Orleans,
HAVE the most extensive and variei
stock of Stationery in the city. Let
ter and Cap pajier of every brendand qual
ly ; printing materials. itc. Ail of which
are sold on the most reasonable teims
Copying Ink,
DOZ ARNOLD'S line Copying Ink,
Just received and for sale by
J. C. LANOUE.
Post Office
may! I 6m. (g)
C
lONFECTIONARIES—A large and
varied assortment by
J. PARRY & Co.
J PARRY & Co.. have just received a
• fresh stock of Almonds, and Reasons,
Butter, and Cheese, Pickles, aud Preserves.
Call for superior articles at
july 26 y J l'ARKY U Cc
E. McKITRICK.
Architect & Builder.
Is now prepared to take all contracts in
his line of business, and will execute
with neatness and despatch.
N. B. All kinds of Job Work attended
to. Plans and specifications given gratis
when required.
Shop on Main St., between Florida and
Convention Streets.
Grey's Ointment.
RECOMMANDF .D as an excellent ap
plication to -L old f ores," cuts, brasies
and sprains. For .sale by
au- S-y H. T. WADDILL.
New Arri -frala.
C) fX. Poxes Star Candles ; 25 Boxes Soap ;
10 Boxes S Lump Tobacco; 10 bar
rels Prime Sugar. JOSHUA BEAL.
aug 21- y Opposite Harney House.
Eillinjs' Astringent.
NOW thought to be the best remedy of
fered to tue public as a remedy for
diseases ol the bowels, in all recent cases, a
cur«* is "warranted " For sale by
aug I S-y. II. T. W adtjii.l.
Thompsonian Medicines. 1
/COMPOSITION. Lobelia, No. 6, Bay
vy Berry, Boneset, nerve powder.
For sale by II. T. Wabdill.
WIIF.EL AND DIRT ÎÏAk 'UVS.
A full supply on hand and for sait. "
mayll y. W. F. TUNNAh..
New Wheat.
rUST received, a small lot of extra Paint
Louis Flour, ground of r*>w wheat.
JOSHUA BEAL.
aug 21-y Opposite Harney House.
80,000 F
by J. PARRY dc Co.
Shoe a.^d BLACKING BRUSHES—
doz. Best Shoe Crushes and 6 gross
ol the Best Blacking for tale by
JOHN C. L a NOUE.
Harney House Row
Hay ! Hay 11
B«'es Timtohy Hay. For sale
bv JOSHUA BEAL.
PERFUMERY — All thé célébrât«!
French, English anil German brands of
Cologne at J. PARRY &Co.
REAMS Letter Paper, assorted,
for sale by J. C. LaNOUE,
Harney House Row.
A DOZEN Preston anil Merills celebrated
"X 1 Yeast Powders. J. PARRY i; CO.
400
200
Dr. Jaync's Patent Mcdicines.
ALL OF DR. J \YNE'S Patent Medi
cines may be found at Geo. M. Her
oman's, corner of Main and Laurel streets.
SHOE BLACKING & BRUSHES—20
dozen shoe blacking: 4 dozen shoe
bushes. j. PARRY $ CO.
j
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.
For Sale.
A FINE Turning Lathe, with all the
aparatus necessary. Apply at the
Comet Office.
C1 RA VA TS —A line assoitment of Black
> and.colored silk cravats, for sale at cost
by J. C. LaNOUE.
Sundries.
Opt BARRELS choice sugar; 15 bags
Rio Coffee; 50 kegs cut nails; 10
boxes Ingraham Tobacco; 1 cask bacon
shoulders. Just received and for sale by
JOSHUA BEAL,
sept 4-y. opposite Harney House.
This day received—a large stock
assoited Wines and Liquors at N. O.
prices. j. parry $ co.
Hofflands German Bitters.
THOUGHT to be the best Tonic in use
a most excellent remidy for Liver
Complaints. For sale by
aug 18-y. H. T. Waddill.
O
Smith's Tonic.
NE of the most effectual remidies
known for the cure of chills and fevers.
For sale by H. T. Waddill.
Samson Snake Root.
A FEW pound of Samson Snake Root, the
best native remedy for dispepsia
known. For sale by H. T. Waddtll.
500
Leeches ! Leeches ! !
BEST LEECHES. .For sale by
H. T. Waddill.
FOR SALE—A United States Land War
rant for 160 acres, that can be located
anywiieie in the United States. Enquire
at the Comet office. june 4.tf.
M*AC & MAC TOBACCO—10 boxe
just received „...1 for Mile low, by
une 16 y JOSHUA BEAL.
This day from Oinotanati.
11 Grosse Mason & Dixon's No. 1 mus
1 tard ; 3 grosse ground blk. pepper ;
4 do. ground spice ; 2 do. Sinamon ; 1 do.
Cloves. AH of which is fresh.
aug 18-y. J. Parry & Co.
Hadways Ready Relief.
THE great "Pain Killer," said to cure all
Pains, known to man, (except that
from the inconvenience of an 'empty purse.'
For sale by H. T. Waddill.
Lacrue's Tooth Wash.
Prepared expressly for soar, or
bleeding gums. Scurvy. &c. For sale
by h. t. Waddill.
STAGG, Shay, and Duffield Hams at re
tail or by tierce, by JOSAUA BEAL
/"CHLORIDE of Lime, and various other
" > disinfectents, for sale by
H. B. VIBBERT.
TOWNSEND'S, Sands', and Bulls' Sarsa
parilla, warranted genuine, and for sale
by H. B. VIBBERT.
WHITE KID GLOVES— 0 dozen of
Superior whitejûd^loves for sale
by LaNOUE.
Just Received from St. Louis.
LBS. Bacon, Sides and Should
aug 18-y
ers. For sale by
J. Pakiiy & Co.
Jayne's Family Medicines.
PILLS, Expectorant, Alterative, Balsam
and Vermifuge. For sale by
aug 18-y. H. T. Waddill.
Ort A O LBS. Sugar Cured Hams. A
Fresh article at twelve and a
half cents per $ound. J. P arey & Co.
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE FOR 1852
LEWIS GAYLORD CLAKK
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 $2 50
each. The publisher has miudi pleasure in
informing the pnblic that the " Sequel to
8t. Lcger," and ''Meister Karl's Sketch
Book," will be continued regularly during
the present year. In additipn to these and
a host of highly esteemed contributors, Ike
Marvel the popular author of the " Reve
ries of a Bachelor," will contribute a new
and original work, which will be given in
every number of the Knickerbocker for
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 are requested
to act as agents, and pill be allowed a libe
ral discount. Specimen numbers sent grat
is, on application post paid. AUapiittan
cesand communications on business, should
be addressed post paid, to SAMUEL HUES
TON. Publisher, 129 Nassau street New
York. ap28th 6m.
I.O. O. F.
DE OTO LODGE N o . 7, over H. T.
Waddill's Drug Store, Church street.
Meets every Thursday night at 7 o'clock.
Magnolia Encampment No. 4, meets 2d
and fourth Saturdays in each month, in Odd
Fellow's Hall.
MASONIC.
ST. JAMES LODGE No. 47— corner of
Levee and Church streets. Stated meet
ings, first Saturday night in every month.
Washington Royal Arch hapter No. 5,
first Monday night in every month.
ORDER OF THE LONE STA»
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.
YEAST POWDERS.
THESE Powders, intended as a substitute
for yeast, to making all kinds of butter
cakes, posesses several advantages over that
article. The butter with which they are
mixed is instantly rendered light and ready
for baking ; thereby enabling house keepers
to furnish cakes in any season at the shor
test no-tve. The cakes made with these
powdeis are ie.-s likely to disagree with the
stomach than those made in the usual way
For sale by H. B. VIBF.RT.
BKERS and others supplied at reasona
ble prices with Carb. Ammonia, sup
Carb. Soda, and Oils for flavoring, Spices
&c, by H. B. VIBBERT.
500
Bushels Oats. For Sale by
JOSHUA BEAL.
TINWARE, Willoware, Brooms, Willow
waggons. Cradles, and Willow-chairs
Sugar boxes T< a carters. Coffee canisters
be , by 1 PARRY U Cc.

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