b a TO IV bodu K i
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1865.
For the better accommodation of our
country KubneriberH at present we have
arranged a box at our offioe, in which
their papers will be regularly placed and
whc-nce thoy can receive them when called
Thin arrangement will work conveni
ently for all as aoon as custom shall have
rendered it familiar.
• - —•
To C aniudatkh .—Candidates for office
need occasionally to bo reminded that we
insert no announcements, nnless accom
panied with tho printer's feo of $10. Wo
have on hand a goodly numbor of names
which have boon left at our office to bo
announced in ilia foregoing connection,
but, until our old-fcstablighed rales are
complied with, the partlos concerned can
not recoivo tho bntiofttof a standing an
nouncement in our columns.
J fr'Hun. lAitors— Ploase announce II. V.
ItAItIN, Esq., an a candidate for Sheriff of
the Parish of East Baton Rouge at the ap
july25-pd. MANY FHIENDS.
Mr. Editor —Ploase state, that at the re
quest of niuny of his friends, ALFRED
DUI'L ANTIK It, Ksq., has consented to
become a csndidato for the Sheriffalty of
the Parish of East Baton Rotige.
Mr. fühl or —You will please announce
THOMAS P. HERNANDEZ, Ksq., as
a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Emt
Baton Rouge, at tho forthcoming Novem
augC-pd. VOX POPULI.
FOR RFC OR DER.
Editors qf tin Gazette arid Comet —You
are authorized to announce WILLIAM
HIIRRS, Esq., as a candidate for tho
office of Recorder for the Parish of East
Baton Ronge, Ho will bo supported by
augl-pd. NUMEROUS FRIENDS.
Messt». Editor« —Please announce JOHN
IW'GRATII «» a candidate for Parish
Recorder, at the approaching election,
augl-pd. MANY FRIENDS.
Messrs. Editors— -Please announce WIL
LIAM MONGET, Esq., as a candidate
for Recorder at the approaching Novem
aug5-pd. MANY VOTERS.
Mr. Milor— You are authorized to an
nounce SAMUEL 8KOLFIELD, Esq.,
ae a candidate for the office of Parish Re
corder at the ensuing election.
»ngi5* MANY OLD FRIENDS.
( M essrs. Editors —PIcuse announce JOHN
F. PIKER, Esq., as a candidate for the
offioe of Parish Assessor at the approach
lug November Election.
Mr. Blitor~ Please announce as a candi
date for the office of Parish Assessor of
Eiist, Bato» Rouge, Mr. STEPHEN .1.
YOUNG, and oblige his
FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS.
C otton F actor and C ommission M ek
oiiant .— We take pleasure in calling atten
tion to the card of Mr. R. I' ritohaiw , of
t he old and well known house of Pritchard
A Flower, of Now Orleans. Mr. P. re
sumes business operations with a capacity
nod prestige warranting success. We com
mend him and his house to tho favorable
consideration of our friends and all others
in this region having consignments to
make to Now Orleans.
N ew O rleans C abpet W arehouse.—
Merchants, housekeepers room-furnishers,
etc., will ploase scan tho advertisement of
Mosers. B roushkav & Co., of No. 19 Char
tres street, New Orleans. Those gentle
tlemen, whom it has been our good fortune
to know for many years, wo can confident
ly recommend as among tho most worthy
and obliging tradesmen in New Orleans.
Their house is ene of the oldest and most
«»xtonsive and reliable in the city.
C laim A oknoy .—Persons having claims
against tho Government, are referred to
tho card of R. W. K. nickebbookkb , Esq.,
Attorney at Law. That gentleman having
entered into tho necessary arrangements,
is now prepared to undertake the prosecu
tion of individual claims against the Gov
ernment, and wo are fully persuaded that
to no ono could business of the kind be
entrusted with greater awirunoas of suc
cess than to Mr. K nickerbocker.
i'KorassiOîiAt..— By noticing thochiing
made In the law oard of our fellow-eituon
J. O. F qpua , Ksq., it will bo seen that h« !
is now associated in tho practice of his pro
fession, with J. G. K ilboebne , Esq., of
Oünton. If gennine personal merit and
high professional qualifications are »guar
antee of success, then these gentlemen are
on the road to realize the same in the full
«st sonw of the terra. They have our beat
win he». — .
|<*irGeu. Sherman says—"I always
iravelled with n copy of the census iu my
saddle-bags. I could tell how many in
habitants how many cultivated ams, how
many head of cattle and horses, how many
bushels of grain each county possessed at
that time, and so, approximately, how
many there would beuow, and how long it
would subsist my «my." ,
W hat S ham, wk i»o W ith I t?
It can hardly be forgotten by the
| r <" lder8 of ne wapapers and things that
« short time ago a lot ol honest,
clever and intelligent gentlemen were
engaged for a season at a very greal
srifice of their own time and pecu
i • /-.I
try interest in making a new Con
niary interest in innKing a new uon-1
stitution tor the State of Louisiana-,
These gentlemen—in convention as
sembled, embraced much of the pa
triotism and a fair portion of the
wisdom of the nation at large, and
now that their labor is over and the
result is before the people in well
bound volumes of debates and reso
lutions with foot notes and marginal
references, it seems, from the tone of
the press, that it will not do—that it
does not snit, and another is talked
of. Some of the political nonde
scripts and antiquarians complain
and say "that wo, the people, are
hard to please and do not know what
we want ; that in less than a dozen
years we have bad three Constitu
tions," and they do not believe " that
any frame-work of this kind can be
put together to suit ns." But they
are forgeries—-very old ; some of
them bald-faced and many of them
bald-headed. They lose sight of the
progressiveness of the age and know
nothing of the truth and beauty of
the lines, "Westward the star of
Empire," etc. "What's the matter
with the new Constitution?" We
have no time, space or inclination to
answer this question. The people
say they do not like it. This is
sufficient and the reason of their
dislike may very well be em
bodied in the distitch of Quintus on
Doctor Fell :
4l T do not lik« vou Doctor Fell.
Tho reason why, J cannot tell.
Hut this f know uml know full Well,
I do not Ilk« you Doctor F«ll,"
Some think the Constitution did
not cost enough to be good ; others
think, that it cost too innch and ought
to be taken down and put up on a
cheaper plan. One thing, however,
is very plain. It does not suit, and
then comes the question, "What
shall we do with it?" Can it not
be swapped or exchanged hv giving
boot? Could it not be extensively
advertised and puffed by the press
like Hostetter or J. Bull's Hitters,
until Arkansas, Idaho or Mississippi
be induced to take it? They all
want Constitutions : besides, there
are oilier°Slates coming into the
greatest and best government with
the handsomest flag out ; and none
of them can be expected to exist a
day without a Constitution. Missis
sippi would no doubt pay liberally
tor it in that "cotton money" of
hers, and it would be a good invest
ment, because the cotton is there.
Where "nobody" is authorized to
speak, this newspaper is always
heard. Hence, may we not with
propriety enter into negotiations and
sign a treaty? Will Mr. King, of
the Times please consider the matter
and let us know what he will give a
column lor, for say six months,
with a fresh puff under the head of
" special notices," daily ? We mean
to dispose of the new Constitution to
the best advantage, and before in
curring the expense of advertising,
will say to Idaho or our sister of
Kansas, we'll give a great bargain
in if. Either one of them may have
it for half the prime cost. Can
, , , . . ,
reasonable people aek for anything j
n^The Atlanta Intelligencer says
that, a friend relates to the editor
this incident: "Corning," he Sayn,
"to Atlanta on Monday last, I saw
an old freedwoman on the side of the
! , ' oa ^' ^ ead ' an< i younger ones
standing by her remains. I asked
what had been the matter with her.
I lie reply from one of the girls was,
"S/ie jterish to def, sir; she free
j I®~ W« understand that our old
! friend <j«n. Jeff. Thompson, General
no lo D f? er < intends going into the com
j mission and brokerage business in New
! Orleans. We predict his success for
j he probablv knows mor« neon's than
' • . . P eo P' e
! ! . America, and no
I t,ocl J' eV(îr q'iestloned e'ther his energy
! pr his personal integrity.— Louisville
, „rN.irtirr.in *.»u, Carolin.,
( Nkw Vobk
July 24—The OharloHton
Charter of the 18th savs the 165th New
York volunteers IJuryeas 1 Zouavns, re
moved to Morris Island for taking part in
th» disturbance in the city, have exhibited
a mutinous spirit since their removal,
■ öilmoro sent an order demanding
l " 0 colors ot the regiment, but the Colonel
1 refused to give them up. ij B was placed
reiuaed to give them up. He was placed
"Ä Officer "nJomma^d!" ' ieraun,led oi
Mo too refused, wheu General Hatch ex
plained that his conduct would bo mutiny,
while the Colonel's would simply ho dis
obedience of orders, he promise'd to de
liver the colors. When the delivery was
inado it was found that only the staff sud
rubber colors had been delivered.
It was theu determined to disarm
the wholo regiment. Other troops wore
brought forward, a gun charged with
grape and canister and turned on the mu
tineers, and orders given to Uro upon tliem
in case any resistance was offered.
Tho soldiers seeing all fuither opposi
tion useless, quietly stacked their arms
and marohod under guard to Fort Sumter'
there to expiate their crime.
Prom Mew York—Uol<l Mine* In Gooch
land »id Louisa Cou ut Ira, Vn—Two
Thousand IHIntri nt Work.
N ew V ob «, July 24.—A Richmond pt
Îier publishes tho following extract from a
otter from Coochland county, Virginia:
Those who returned from tho war too late
to put in crops are very busy washing gold
from the mines. I suppose there uro two
thousand miners at work getting gold in
Goochland aud Louisa counties. Thoy
avorage two penny-weights a day to ea<?h
man. I have heard they are working ir,
Buckingham, Culpepper, Fluvanna and
The gold minos have not boen fully de
veloped. The quartz veins are large, an J
very rieb, and would pry well, but'not a
singlo quart* mill is working. In the «old
districts, in a lew places, some are working
with stone and iron mortars, and in that
rude way do very welt. Thero will he a
brighter dawn upon the gold mine» of Vir
ginia, before fall.
The Rebellion In Peru—Bloody Rutil«
N«rar Minn— Heitel« D«rmlt(Uillull»y
on »he King Ship Ainnzon—Admlrul
Venrral Kliat and Hung.—Mntliirria
</itpf lire the Vessel America.
The United iKtatosdotible-endur gunboat
Snwanee arrived at Panama with new*
from Callao to the 6th.
The rebellion in Peru appears to gain
grouud. On the 25th a bloody battle oc
curred six miles from Lima, betwoon
12,(KM) rebels and 6000 government troops,
in which the latter wore successful, taking
one hundrod men and twenty-five ofHccr*
prisoners, besides tho killed." A few day*
previously a mutiny broke out aboard the
flag ship Amazon, blockading Arica. The
mutineers gained possession of the ship,
under the direction of tho officer of tho
deck. The Admiral General Panizo was
shot in the cabin and aftorwards hanged
from an arm ot tho vessel. The mutineers
afterwards decoyed the Captain of the
America on board and captured his vessel.
This is the ship recently sent, oat from
England. Thoy also captured the Lum
ber, leaving Government with only two
vessels of real service.
JRgr A steamer culled the "Dean
Richmond" has boen completed al «
cest of $700,000 lor the New York and
Albany line of Packets. The vessel is
370 feet long, und can accommodate
A„n n t i , , ,
90J lust-Has* and 600 second-class
rp. XT » ii it
Bkär I he .New Albany Ledger say*
that Ned. Montgomery, late coinino
dore in the rebel navy, expresses him
self a? entirely satisfied with the re
sult of the war, having, as he says,
salted down one hundred and twenty
thousand dollars in gold in England
for his own individual benefit and be
fÖT-Geo. Wilkes, of WWtiS Spirit of the
Times, is makinp; firroi msaults on Oeiiernl
Grant. This Wi!l:cs would be Rind to per
form with hi* jii'u h h atrocious a deed ns
that other Wilkes, whose surname was
Booth did with his pistol. But. we £u«ss
that Sherman hasn't looked 3,000 rebel
rannnn and n 175,000 rebel troops to fall
at last before the Koose.)uill of the best or
the meanest Wilkes in the world.— Lows
G ood H ealth ,—Such genera! good
health says the Bulletin , as now prerails
in Memphis, is exceedingly rare, An old
physician states that he has known noth
ing like it during his residence of eighteen
A bridge to span the Niagara as
Buffalo is about to be built. Two roilliont
and a half are pledged lor the work. That
amount ought to build a bridge of size.—
N. B. Mercury.
tSST Thou canst scarcely be truly wise
till thou hast been deceived. Thine own
errors will teach theo more prudence than
the grave precepts, and even examples, of
JtxtiT' The troubles of the country come
, from uneasy politicians—its safety from
j the tranquil masses.— Benton.
IM PORTANT^ DECISION.
Mr«. Fnlir vet»«« i> r , (>|jlii)<-.
Dr. /'.—"Go od morning Mrs. fair, yo
tlre p>>e<l uo aJd in » hurry ibis n.orai 15.
.iV/'K. V''!', fritftjU Fi'. 1 jim zqibk tn
liKnot'K Onilt-ry to get my portrait ü.k*n'. Have
Jon got your« yet."
Dr. /'■—"(> no! Madame, I have no use for such
niing, 1 cmi fee my face in the lookiasr-glaK*
wiienever I please to look at it."
Mrs. F. —* Yes, Doctor, *tiß true, you can see
your own hns^c in the glass, hut when you take
that long, laet journey, from which no traveler
returns, where will your family and friends find
It ? Not In the Iooking-gla«s then ! Tell me, tir,
if yoa have no dear dcpart«d or absent friend,
whose likeness, if you could but at this nirment
poasens, you would value beyond price » Reflect,
go at once."
Dr. /".— "I will accompany you Madame, as I
understand Mr K f,dt>v hax engaged a very excel
lent operator—Mr. W. W. G akio —I have seen that
he excels in the art. thank you,, I will now
'Secure the shadow ere the substance fade ;
Let nature copy that which nature made,' '*
PHOTOtJRAPHS, S4 50 PKH. OO/.EW.
AMHKOTYPfcS from $1 unrach,
Corner Main aiut Third Sis..
(Opposite Hayn«'» Braach Drag Store,)
julyi-lm B ATON KÜVO«, La.
M. i'Abbe Luborrle states tluit he
heated to rednes* oue end of a thin iron
i, a r «o long that the other end could be
held without burning. When the red end
was plunged into the water the other eod
" [»"»gea into tue water the other eod
< " i ,,CÄIne hot ne was compelled to drop it.
| Tl,e ra P'"' compression of the hot metal,
! i,e Bîi y 8 « is "o doubt the 0MU>e of the ele
vation of the temperature ; but ha asks if
| another cause may not bo susnected • for
instance tho „j- _ , \ •
a m of thHvmo "* ,, ' ctr » i
! A L akqk I ncomr .— We see it stated that
John I'erdue, of Indianapolis, reports an
income for last, year of one hundred aud
seven thousand dollars. This is said to be
the largost income in that city. Mr. Per
due was formerly a citizen of this county,
and used to teao'u school in Plain Township
for ten dollars a month ! When he first
went into that. tywnship he was considered
so poor that it was feared he might become
a charge, thereon, and was "warned out"
of it under the provisionb of a law of this
State. Now he is the richest man in In
dianapolis. — Ohio Statesman.
N kw O kleaxs , Saturday Kvenlag. August 6.
Goi.n.—The market opened Arm, with
transuctious during the day, at [email protected]£.
Sii.TWt.—American halves and quarters,
with considerable inquiry, sold at
R ank N otks.— N o changes in the mar
ket. The following are the prevailing
Bankot' Louisiana notes, $ dollar, [email protected]
37)>£c; Louisiana State Bank,
Rank of New Or lean «, [email protected]; Union Rank ,
66&71: Crescent City Bank , [email protected]; Mer -
ch' onts ' Bank , 85(i$57}i: City Corporation
Money , [email protected]}£o. disc.
ExcnANo*.—Checks on New York,atl)£
<%l%o.. disc. Sterling, at Bank counters,
153W154; Private, [email protected]
,Ni ;*r O ri - eas .^, Saturday Kvuoing, Aogust 6.
C otton .— Market somewhat stimulated,
by reduction in freights and improvements
in Domestic Exchange. Ordinary quoted,
at [email protected]; OooiKOrdinary, at [email protected]; Low
Middling, at 8«@38 and 40, and Middling,
at [email protected], all ot which are tho same as last
evening, with tho exception of the otttside
rate for Low Middling.
B uoaii and M olashkb .—Arrivals scant,
with less inquiry. Inferior Louisiana Su
gar, quoted 10c; Good Common, at 12c. $
lb. Full prices askod for Molasses, but no
F 1.0en—The demand is yet restricted to
light supplies, aud the ailles to-day are
confined to 100 bV.s; Low Suporline, at $9;
100 Superfine at 26; 200 Low Kxtra at
$10; 200 Medium Extra at $10 50, and 100
Choice Extra at $11 50 |} bhl.
SVmsKT.vrhe stock is fair. The mar
ket is tlrni, and with a better demand,
prices uro ruling with an upward tendency.
A lot of 50 bbls. Good Rectified sold at
$2 21 i?gal. It is retailing at $2 25 $ gal.
C obs .—The supply is abundant, the de
mand is iooal. There were sales to-day of
476 sacks Prime White at $1 15 $ bushel.
B kan— A let of 100 sacks soldat*! 80
P 100 lbs. The stock is light.
B ai.k Ror«—Private dispatches receivod
from St. Louis yesterday, dated the 3d
inst., report large sales thoro at 18c., and
"f„ ked , hlll ? !1( '*< U0r, , u - v - , u , r " lcr "'Is
mfluencL' price* him* mlvancod here; some
m coil« Hold Ht 14c., and TO at U%c.
These prices wore subsequently refused,
H d«dkies .—Potatoes are soiling on the
landing at *5 @r> 25 ^ bbl. ; Onions at [email protected]
* 25 i, Apple« at [email protected] 50, and Ep-gs at >2S
C okfkk —Rio is retailing at 82®38c 11).
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! !
JUST KKCKIVKD AT
KOWA LSKI'B ÖTOKE.
A HAND30MK UK OF
PRINT £ D LINKS LAWNS,
A FEW P1KCKS OF 8-4 WtllK
j BLAC K BAREGE FOB SHAWLS.
A FKW PIHC1ÎS OF 10-4
| HEAVY LINEN FOB SHEETING,
PILLOW CASK LUVEN,
40 INCHES WIDE.
Together with a beautiful assortment ot'
Which will be sold to suit the times.
Laurel St., bet. Lafayette and Third 8ts.,
KtSHIOKABLK AND WKH-JIABK
MKN AM) BOYS'
Spring and Summer Clothing
STAPLE AND FANCY DRV liftODS.
OESPECTFULLY invites public atten
■Av tioa to his present and accumulation Mtock
in trade, consisting of all gradett, from tbe finest
down to medfam, and low-priced
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS.
Ç Call and examine for yourselves bis axuortment,
which i» the largest and best now olferad iu the
city, and on teraij the n>o*t satisfactory, julyl
htntc oi l ill nia mi—Pmrlah atKait Baton
Rntifîe —Fifth Judicial District Court—
No. 807, Probate—In tho matter of the
siic«eH»ion of Samuel Oldfield, deeeasad.
T1THEREAS, Mrs. Penelope Oldfield hos
VV thin day filed in »aid Court an appli
cation praying to be appointed and con
firraod as Administratrix of the estate ol
hor husband, Samuel Oldfield, late of said
Notice is hereby given to all persons in
terested to »how cause (if any they have,)
within ten days from the first publication
of this notice, why said application should
t not be granted.
i Given under my hand and the seal of
f said Ct»art this 27tb day of .July, A. D.
i 1665. JOS. »EPHLÈB,
J OFT HECRIVKD A T
J. KOWALSKI'» STORE,
A KINB ASSORTMENT OF
GENTS' SIMMER I LOTHIMi,
M A UK OF Til K
Latest and Most Improved Fashion.
A lyARQK AND FRE8II ASSORTMENT OF
A WBM. ASSORTKD STOCK OF
Ladies' Men's aud Children's Shoes
AH of which will tmnotd at th«
MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
VW Parties wishing to purchase will
please call and examine for themselves at
J ['l .irs(. BO&fcii..
i?ll> OrALKfl IM
Plantation and Family Supplies,
COR. MAIN AND LAFAVKTTK 8T8.,
jolyia BATON R006B, LA.
gUNDRlE8 ! SUNDRIES ! !
ri. 0. HAMS,
ME8B l'Oit K,
C H K K S R ,
COÏT F B,
Y K A HT l'OWtIKKS,
30 A P,
MACKtfKf:],, iri % bblx. nod kite.
Totwwcn, C'Içnr*, «fcc.
Kor unie by .U'LIUS O. BOO KL,
julylS Oir. Main *04 l.»f»)vu«- Htp.
S. , fi. »isher,
EKHPF/CTFL'LLy inform* Lim friend* ami former
ptitrooH, that hu* r^urnml at
Theodore Ooldmann'« »tore, where will
»»« found a lnr«e aud general .»aiorlroent of HUple
and Fancy Dry Good«, ^h"en, lla^H, and n r.iri»*tv
of Notions, auited t»> ihe ladle» of tiapt and We«»
Jiaton Kou^e. july29-lm
THE i'EOPLE'S STOßE
i j DAVli/SON notltiwn ) i \ h friend« tl I ih hau
J *• just received « large and ^ttner«! MSHOrt
DRY G O ODS
SHOES, BOOT*, HATS,
-And .til the Notion* of the age. and to which he
respectfully Invites attention, before purçiiMPing
The people's friend, Mr 8. M. A8HKK, will be
found aw lively and accninmodatlnR as ever» "be
hind the counter."
julySfMm Lafayette street.
JW0 HORSE WAGONS,
FOUR HOR8K WAGONS,
For »ale cheap, for cash, by
.nrut'g c. bogkl
r [ m WARE,
(J KOCK Kit V WAKK,
l or »ale by JULIUS C. H(M<FX,
TTARNESS & SADDLERY.
JL.l My prenent aacortmcnt It comiilot«-.
JULIUS C. BOGKL.
j\T BEAD'S :
M B»rr«lK Single Kxtra FI,Onit.
10 .. SIKSS PORK.
1 Hog-bead Kxtra SUGAR.
X Gros« P. A M. VEAST POWDERS.
Just arrived and for Kala at moderate prient.
AT *3 SO PER SACK.
AT DEAL'S—Cottrse Liverpool SALT—
osly $8 50 p«r bag.
ALL persons having claims against the
estate "ff. W. WEAVER, and those indebt
ed thereto, are hereby notified to male« imrnedi
atu settlfmeut with Mr». SARAU K. JONES. Ad
ministratrix, or to K. W. KNICKERBOCKER, her
Attorney. SARAH K. ,I(>\KS,
WANTED TO RENT.
A HOUSE iurnWied or aul'iirnii.hed, Jfj
(furnished preferred), for a »mall W
family, Situation near the Barrank« îMi
family, Situation near the Barrack»
preferred. Addrexa K. OTTO, at hi»
»tore, corner of Third and Laurel afreets,' stating
locality and terms of rent. aug!$-8t.
A NUMBER of nnfurniebed rooms,
large and «mail, suitable for single
ltdgera or small families. Situation ex
Foi -particular», apply to the Editor of Gaxrttt
and Cvmsi. jttijrJBMf
FANCY AND STAPLE
THE aubscribor would rwpectfully an
BOUIIR» to hi* old Mund» and former cantons ■
em. thtt Ii» hu removed hU store on ; ;
Till KD STUB KT,
Nearly opposite the Uratirk of the La. StnU Bank,
»nd h*s metdved « maKtilfliiint storM Of
SPRING AM» SILIER CL0THI1VI!»
AI«o, a Urge and free h snaortmrnt of
A large anaortnieot of the Uteet style« of
SUITABLE TO TIIK SEASON,
alwayi on hand. ?
(V Call «ml exainln« before making your par
chasm «iKvwher«. J. KUIIW,
julyl-l f Nearly oppoelte the Bank.
I »KALK ft IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
tnri Plantation Supplies Generally.
CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD b WILLOW WARE
Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon St».,
BATON HOUGfS, E.A.
Determined to keep a run ami weil
sxleoted «lock of articles such as ge to oiaka
UP a ttrat-rat« variety store, A. BLUM hope* to
m«rit and receive an increaaed amount af pat
ronaire. lie respectfully invites his old customer»
»nd the public at large, to continue their call» a*
' IU-. assuring them of his determination to
please and sstldl'y them lu every particular.
Smoking: and Chewing Tobacco,
SNtJFF, PIPES, ETC..
Corner of Thin! Htnl Florida street»,
H A TON HODOK, i.A.
IX a'Hiti'iii to Iii« large assortment of the
Iwst brands and nuailtie» of all article» In the
line of a Tobacconist, CAM'LLO QOINTKHO,
Usep^ au» on hand a choice variety of "Notion»,"
«ucli as fin* Pw.krt Knives, Stationer*/, etc., to
which be Invite» pnblic attention, guaranteeing
m give satisfaction to all customers. julyl-tf
JAMES J. DUNDASS,
W ICOLKSA l.K AND & CT A IL DRAUSR I2M
Wi lSTKKN PROÖUOE, ^
H ines. Liquors, Tobacco Si Cigars.
CORNER OF MAIN AN1>. LBVEK .yXKKKTW,
BATON It Of «iE, I.A.
D LA LEU IN
Wine*, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars,
C obs ** LjriVKm and I 'tosiD» S tiuikw,
juuelT BATON KOUSR, I.A.
80AI'—40 boxes Cincinnati German.
LA KD—lö kegl I^af.
COt'FEB—5 bags Kio and Havana.
FLOUR—40 barrels Superfine.
BACON—Ham», Shoulder» and Sides,
POKE—15 barrels full Mess.
CORN—100 bags White.
II Alf— bale» We»tern.
TEA—-1 chest Imperial.
Which will be »old l>y the package or at retail, at
reasonable price# for the tirage.
Jul/A' JOSHUA BKAf..
9 nnn LB8 * CLEAR side«. j u »t
«jV'lfv received and for »ale by
Near the Court Bouse,
Oats and Bran*
SJÜPPLIE8 to meet the demands of pur
* chaaersr. Ju«t received and for sale by
, , , «• WAX,
jnlyl-tf Seir the Court House.
Sugar Cured Hams.
0 TrElMJEB SUGAR-CURED HAM«.—
Juat rrceived and for ula by
Julyl-tf Near fba Court Mous«.
Oats and Bran!
I^ULL supplies of the above article«.
X JuRt received and for sale by
J. J. OVXDAHS,
julyl-tf Cor. M ain and Levee E m.
•YO TtCJE !
I'HE Tax-payers of the Partfh of East:
Baton Itouge, are hereby notified, that un
less the State Taxes due by them for the year«
1961-2, are paid within the next thirty day t,
1 »hall proceed te collaet the came according ta
law. F.D. COCSINABD,
Jul/1-4U Shftis and State Ta* Çoll«*».
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