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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK.
VOL, XLVII.
BATON KOTIGE, LA., TUESDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 15, 1865.
NO. 20.
PROFESSIONAL jCAllDS.
r . w. k nickerbocker ,"
Attorney at Law and cjaira Agent;,
HAS made arrangements In Orleans and
Washington Oily for tlie »manful prosecution
and collection of j
CLAIMS AGAINST THE GOfEBNMENT.
Office on the corner of Fifth anijl Laurel street*,
aU gS JBATo |l ROUGE, LA.
.1. 0. FUQL 'A,
\ J.O. &ILB0 "RNE,
Baton Rouge, La./ ; Clinton, La.
FUQUA & KILBOÇBNB,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
WILL practice in the Oofcrts
Etnt ana West bftton Houj
East &nd Went Felicitas.
ilOUfP«,
the P/iridhes of
Iberville and
an rl
J. c. ktaff<[ rd ,
ATTORNEY Air LAW,
OFFICE ON I. A UliEL |s TREET,
BATOff ROUGEJLA,
— ?
WILL practice in the Perishes of East
llaton Rouge, Went Baton limine i n'l Cast
Feliciana. j julj4-6m*
L.â. ÎHMnOB {..HO* A. PARCE*
SHELDON Si PARDEE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1» *T. CHARLES slntEET,
mario NEW 'ORLEANS.
l)r. Virginia A. èooils,
[Formerly a practitioner in Vf» OrUan»,}
IIKOICAL UKAltli ATR,
r P ENDERS her nervices t| the ladiof of
X Baton Kongo and the surroJisMing country.
Attend« all dineases of Womeii and Children,
chron c or acute, of whatever lo|m or type. La
dle# would do well to consult* Dr. VIRGINIA
WOODB ne ver» I weeks li.fore colflnement, which
would prévint useless anxiety, ensure safety, and
eanso lean suffering. Ladle« In çhe country can
bo aacommodated for the lylng-Jn-month, at ber
res'denuc, wliert» they will rceelv*! all possible at
tention. Night and day call«, pjbmply attends!
to. Consultations, free. Chargedmoderate. Now
in the time for ull laboring undir complaints to
call Immediately. Office and rlildeoce—corner
of Main and Division streets, Ba|>u Rouge.
jun«^4 lm
£> R 7 KR A (VZ,
OFFICE ON LAI RIil» STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND fUURCH,
(Opposite Mrs. Jones' lioaming Home,)
jun24-tf B ATON ll ()j(2K, LA.
JOHN M. TR/ICY,
Justice of the IPeace,
SECOND WA /,»'>,
Parlait of Eoat Batoii^Konge,
OFFICE, COR. THIRD AND t AUREL 818,,
17P-STAIRH, OYER TUR ÖÜN BILLtitD 8AI.00K.
F. A. NEPHLER,
Justice of the Whence,
WARD No. ON I,
Office at th« Court jfoitiir.
HAVING resumed business, I a*i ready to at
tend to all business and mi|', within the
earliest delays «f the law.
Dr. D. L. McKitrfck, jj
SURGEON DENTIST,
OFFICE ON COSVEVTIO
EPISCOPAL 1* ARSON AGE B
aprfc
lu the roar of Kpiucopal ( mrch,
STREET,
ILIHNG,
declT
£A TON RO
HE, I.A.
Julius 4» ru ne
PIANO-MAKI:
TONES A REPAIRS PIANOS, Ml
I ONG experience in my ow
-i manufacture in Prussia, enable
lue to do fhe most difficult work, a
Il E A KO N A U h E T if It M S .
I#" Written orders to te left Mr. Joshua
Beal's Book Store, or at Mr. lloldui|ou'».
june24-flHioa.
erg,
n,
wODEONS, 4 c.
«EORÜE A. PSliE,
GENERAL ACIENT,
Offloe, on Third Sljreet.,
«ATOM HOIUE, ÇA.
Will attend promptly, the collection ai ! settiemeiit of
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE C AIMS,
»OTES, BILIHOFEXC I A N O K ,
ACCOUNTS, RENTS, fJTC.
ȟr All business that can be t
Agency or Commission, promptly a
attended to.
w. a. mi J. *. ninrni
tnsacted by
d .faithfully
may 18
J. k. BU0THBK.
PIKE, LA PAVE RE k BROTHER.
BANKERS,
DKALKÜS IS I
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC Elf;
MONDS, STOCKS, COIN À
prïraTJïiREisrx Ï*
weh e on camp st««
Between Caual und Commoi
hange,

3TES.
CET,
Street».
New Orleans, I a..
declT-y
A. BAUM8TA tK,
CAB INET -MAKER AND END '.RTAKER,
Corner of Church $ Laurel treets,
BATON ROUGE, LA
A QRRAT VABIBT1 OF
fancy goods always 0 ! hand.
A. FULL STOCK <F
TRIMMINGS AND METALU^Q CASE*
«tfOKDIM niOHPTLT AtTOStfi te. |tt!y2-3m
VERANDAH HOTEL,
Stephen Basilisco, Proprietor
CORNER THIRD AND LA Uli EI. STS.,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
B oard by the dav, week ok month.
UOOD BEDS, UOOO FAKE,
Anil every attention paid to the comfort of guests
tgi. Thankful for past patronage, " H tevs " res
»pocUully aolitits a continuance of the same from
his friends and the public generally. july27-tf
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
John fJass, Proprietor,
OPPOSITE ACADEMY HAM,,
St. Louis street BATON ROUGE, LA.
The liest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
kept at the Bar. july22-tf
sumter HOUSE.
CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR
Corner of Mam and, Third, streets,
baton riiike , la .
The bar is furnished with the very best
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS &. TOBACCO.
n-ajtetirsr house,
BATON ROUGE, tA.,
G. OTERROCKEK,
aprl-y Proprietor.
Ualou llougc Marble W erks.
J. SMOLLEN & Co.,
MA XUFACTl'RISP.S OF
TO WIS S , lONVUIENT!«,
HEAD-STONES, mantels, etc.
Corner of Main und Church streets,
july26 BATON ROUGE. LA.
F. L. TERPINITZ,
STEAMBOAT AGENT,
RECEIVING, forwarding.
Î
FRONT LEVEE,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
JULIUS O. BOGEL,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALKR IN
Plantation and Family Supplies,
COK. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE STS,
julylS BATON ROUGE, LA.
JAMES J. DUNDASS,
WnOLP^ALK ASO BETAIL DBALSK I»
GROCERIES,
WESTERN PRODUCE,
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & ( içars,
"CITY BAKERY,"
CORNER OK MAIN AND LEVEE STREETS,
H A TON HOLGE, LA.
SIMON MENDELSOHN,
DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Wiues, Liquors, Tobafeox, Cigars,
FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Oos s tu L afayette asd F i.ohida 8th* sth,
junelt BATON KOI UK, LA.
!
james mcvay,
HARDWARE MERCHANT
AND DEALER 1»
Agricultural Implements
WINDOW SU ADES,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
CALLS respectfully the attention of the
public to bis larue âd*! pxeeJI^ru siock of goods
pvrtininlDK to his lint! of m^rc »ndis«. Ile b«
?pe«kn a libt-ril nbare ot public patrouajre
8toreon !hini streut, opposiU? th« t»uil<Un« ot
the Lo urn an a St^t« ju yl
m. block,
Dealer in
FAS« AM) STAPLE Siws,
BOOTS, SHOES ANO HATS,
'-'oritur of St. Ferdinand mid Afrira8ts„
P.A TON ROUGE, LA.
THE subscriber bejis leaves respectfully to call
it, I v *" er,t l n n ef hl« old fri. ntls and customers
? b u * 'aVtn th" store formerly occupied by
r - v> H(, ude as a DilY GOOD.- STORK, for many
years, and mare recently occupied by Mr. II Czar
linsU, Court li" U ,„ ? qulre< ,. orner ot Ht. Feriii
nand an.I Africa »tresis, where I shall be happy
for my fne&ds to give me a
. M. BLOCK,
ju! ZP-lm Court House Square.
Flour! Fresh Flour!
.• a BLÎLb. FLOUR. Just received ami
• w for sale by
jvilyl.ti
J* J. UTJNOAüS,
Cor» Main *od Lev«« Stf.
GROCERY
— Aîfl>—
PROVISION HOUSE,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
— î ♦ î - —
E. R. BECKWITE
THIRD ST., CORNER OF LAUREL,
IIATON ROUGE, LA.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERY VARIETY OF
PLANTATION SI'PPLIES.
$61* Planter» And others would do well to call
before purctaa in? elsewhere.
Cotton bought at highest market rate«.
julyö-3mofc
JOSHUA BEAL,
Comer of Third and Conrention Sts.,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
OENEKAI, DEALER IK
WESTERN PRODUCE,
Family and Plantation Supplies, :
SCHOOL BOORS, STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS,
AND NOTIONS GENERALLY
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
J3P~ Term* Cash, iulyl
m. granary,
DEALER IN
WESTERN PRODUCE,
FAMILY GROCERIES
- AND*
Plantation Supplies Generally.
DEGS leave to inform his friends and
D the public at large, that he will , keep on
hand fresh and full supplies of all articles in the
provision line, which he »ill sell on terms to suit
the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pa -
ronage is respectfully solicited, at his stand on
Third street. juljl
nicholas wax,
DKALEIi IN
WESTERN PRODUCE
-AND
FAM1LY GROCERIES.
IS constantly receiving, direct from the
Went and other quarters, #rery .tpecta* of arti
cle required for .
Family or Plantation use.
He has increased facilities for obtaihin^ suprlies,
and Is determined lo keep up with the demands
of his customers, and to deal with them satisfac
torily on the score of <]uallt> iu>t priee—his motto
being
"(tnlch Sal«» Hanl Small Profll*.,'
Mr, K. HOFFMAN, well known to our citizens,
will be found "behind tha counter" ready to at»
tend to business calls.
Please drop in at the old stand, near the Court
Houst-, where we shall he happy to ace you.
julyl-t,t
A.
BLUM,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
J
provisions,
And Piautation Supplies Generally.
ALSO,
CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARE
Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon fits.,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Determined to keep a fuii nn<i weil
selected stock ofartii-les such as g» to make
up a first-rate variety sto e, A. BLÜM hopes to
merit and receive an increased amount af pat
nnaire. He respectfully invites hU old custoineis
and the public at large, to continue their calls as
usuai, assuring them of hiti determination to
please and satisfy them in every particular.
julytMf
CAMILLO QUINTERO,
DEALEÄ IN
HAVANA CIGARS,
C'lOARETTAS,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
SNUFF, PIPES, ETC.,
Corner of Third and Florida atr ets,
BATON ROUGE, L.A.
IN addition to his large assortment of the
best brand* and Qualities of all articles in the
line of a Tobacconist, CAMÏLLO QUTNTERO,
keeps ano on hind a choice variety of "Notiors,"
such as fine Pockti Knive«, Static.nery, etc, to
which he invites public attention, guaranteeing
to give satisfaction to ail customers. julyl-tf
ONIONS AND POTATOES.
if BARR ELS, New Crop, at retail or by the bbl
!•/ Prices loss than In New Orleana
July27 JOSHUA BEAL.
FRESH MEDICINES,
DRUGS, PERFUMERIES
+Am*
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
JASTilEMSKI & MCCORMICK,
respectfully give notice that they liav«
always o» hind a fresh supply of
MEDICINES, ETC., .
Which they guarantee to be pure ; also a choice j
assortment of i
PEKFUMERY,
from the most celebrated manufactories, compris*
ing—
LCBIN'K, Madam DURAND'H,
BAZIN and WRIGHT'8.
A fine assortment of
essences for handkerchiefs,
—AND—
8CEÏ1KD SOAPS.
All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS,
l>ure LIQUORS, rit:
French and American BRANDIES,
WIIISKY—Rye and Bourbon.
PORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIRA.
Genuine Holland OIN, Pure SCHNAPPS,
French Patent Medicines, viz :
3IR0P DE BRIANT,
fcIKuP DK FLORE,
SIROP DK LAMOERIKÜX,
LIQUEUR I, AVILIE,
' ELIXIR ANTI-0LAIR0UX,
INJECTION BRAN,
LEROY 'S MEDICINES,
VIN DE SEQUIN, I
PERCHL03MER DE FER DE Pli AVAR,
IICILLE DE FOIE DE MORUE DE TOUGHS,
«• .. (de Hogg.) ,
Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot oi |
Patent Medicines, direct from manufacturer*.
WINTER GARDEN SEEDS—just received.
COAL OIL and
COAL LAMPS—a variety en hand.
LEECHES always on band.
!
I
i
AU orders from the country carefully put
up and promply attended to.
JASTREDiSKI & MeCORMfCK.
ESS- Store nearly opposite the Branch of the
LousLma ,State Hank. jail
john tilano,
WORKER IN
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron**
HAVING established himself again in the above
business, in llaton Kouge, most respectiully
inf -rms hiä old friends and the public generally,
that he is prep ired to do »11 work in his lino.
All repairing; attended to with despatch.
Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church.
augl-tf
m. j. williams,
WORKER XN
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron.
HAVING established himself in
the above business, in this citr, re
epectfully solicits the public patronage.
Citizens, Plantars and other.«, needing work in
his line, wil> please send in their orders, and they
will be promptly attended to. Work gus ran teed.
Shop adjoining, and North of Beal's Variety
Hore, on Third street. juiyl
JAMES McVAY,
; ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
tat. Ovders left at the Hardware Store, opposite
the Bank Building, on Third street, will be
promptly attended to. julyl-tf
F. E. PRL'YN. EOBT. L. TftCTN.
pruyn & bro.,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
i
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Orders left at Jistreirslti A McCormlck't Drug
Store, will meet prompt attention. julyl-tm
VICTOR'S
LADIES' ICECREAM SALOON.
rpiIANKFUL TO MY FRIENDS AND
-1- the pubi c fur the llber.il patronage hereto
fire extended me, I beg leave resptotfuHy to an
nounce to thera that I havs opened at my old
stand oa Lafayette street,
A L1D1ES' ICE CREAM SALOON,
where will be fiund from 'J o'clock A. M., until
9 o'clock P. M , the best of
FROZEN LEMONADE,
SHERBER a S, and
CAKH3 OF ALL KINDS,
VICTOR CA LV AYR AC,
july4-lm Lafayette Street,
Plaster of Paris ! Plaster of Paris !!
5BBL8. PLASTETR OF PARIS. Just
received, »ad for s*lë by
JA31ES McVAY,
jnjjrl-tf Opposite th« 1«. Stat* Bank.
N. 0, ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. PRITCHARD,
[Formerly I'rilchard * Plowar.]
COTTON FACTOR
—ASI>—
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
So. 53 Carondelet Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
.
j fgr LiberilI 0lfh Advances and Supplies fur
i niihed on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, Ac., to
his address.
Hefmncm i
Fuqca \ KitaotmMi,
Buton Kouge, "
aogS^m
i. i. WA.KBKM.
X, 1 nzx, l apltbe k B rotbe«
, La. i Saw Orleans, La.
OKAWFOBD.
WARREN & CRAWFORD,
(8ucc«s,or> to Warren, Gillmvre I Co.,)
COTTON FACTORS
1— AWD-
C0MMISSI0N MERCHANTS,
NO. 28 CARONDELET STREET,
Jnlyll-flm* NEW ORLEANS, LA.
I
,
«PJuA heavy welt selected stock constantly
| QO hsnd j«l«2»-tf
_
MAYER BROTHERS,
Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works
Nos. 4» and 51 LAFAYETTE STREET,
Sale* Rooin~.No. 31 Tihoapltouisi St.
MAYER BROTHERS,
No. 51 TCllOUPITOULAS STREET,
BETWEEN POYORAS AND NATCHEZ,
New Orleans, La.
SRALEBR IS
! A CHEWING, A MANUFACTURERS 0*
Smoking; Tobacco and Cigara.
**. BT, KAItTIW. !.. H. MALAKCMB.
I ST. MARTIN & MALAKCHER.
i
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Dealers in
GROCERIES AND BOAT STORES,
Nos. 26 and 2S P0YDRA8 STREET,

j Jq PUlMer MercM ,
'
It is believed that with the opening of the South
ern Ports to Foreign Commerce and unrestricted
trade and intercourse with the interior, and with
gradual ir crease in the consumption which must
necessarily take place as the Cotton and other
Houthern Products can be converted into money,
»hat New Orleans will noon resume her former
position as the Depot for the Producta of the
West, and furnish the best market tor General
Produce.
Now as there is an immediate prospect of a re
sumption ol' trade ill tbil city, we beg leave to in
form you that, having completed a'l necessary
arrangements for transacting a Genera! Commis
sion and Forwarding Business, we have opened 4
•j. honse. Nos. 2ß and 2S Poydras street, and we
are ready to receive consignments from our friends
We have also on hand a full and fine assortment
of groceries, boat stores, W1NBH, liq
UORS, tobacco, CIG aRS , A c . Orders from
Plantations and the Country will be promptly
attended to.
As our House is sufficiently large we will take
Storage at low rates. Respectfully »oHcitiug a
share of public patronage.
We remain.
Very respeotfully,
jaly»-lnj ST. MARTIN A MALAROHER.
NEW ORLEANS
CARPET WAREHOUSE,
19 CHARTRES STREET,
Between Canal and Ciiktonthon«c.
We have on band and are receiving a large
assortment of
CARPETING OF ALL KINDS,
SUCH as—
MEDALLION,
VELVET,
WILTON,
BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY,
3-PLY,
INGRAIN,
VENETIAN,
HEMP,
COTTAGE, &c.,
FLOOR OILCLOTHS,
Of ail widths and qualities.
MATTING,
White checkered and fancy.
WINDOW SHADES.
Cornices and Bands.
TABLE and PIANO COVERS,
BUGS,
MATS,
"ÂSS— «
COCOA MATTING and MATS,
HAIR CLOTH, &C,', a., &e.
ah of which w« offer at moderate advances on
manufacturer's prices,/or cash,
tugS-ly A» BROÏTSSEAU 4c CO.
Wall Paper! Wall Paper ÎÎ
ni non R0LLS WAL L PAPER,
.Ll/^V/UU of the finest pattern*. On
hand and for sale by „
JAMES AfcVAIf*
Opvwitf tbt U t Stfttf ftUÜEo
General News*
Sam. N. Pike, proprietor of "Pike'#
Opera House," Cincinnati, will erect
au Opera House io New York the
coming autumn. It iiji stated the new
lyric temple will be as large a« the
Academy, and a vast imrovement on
that in comfort, airiness and elegance.
General Sickles and De Trobriand
are to be assigned to duty under Gen.
Flooker, in the Department of the
East.
A movement is on foot by colored
men to purchase the Charleston Mer
cury Hud publish it as an anti-slavery
journal. Some progress has been
made, and money is being subscribed
with a good prospect of success.
Authur Tappan, some time a mer
chant of New York, and always a firm
and devoted abolitionist, died at New
Haven, Connecticut, on Sunday,
July 28, 1865, haviog lived to behold
the rise, progress and complete sue
ecss of the party to which he wu de
voted.
The Dcseret News announces the
death of James Duane Doty, Gover
nor of Utah, who expired at Great
Suit Lake City on the 13th of June.
The deceased was little over sixty-five
years old.
Miss Kellogg, the prima donna, Ii
rusticating at her old home it New
Hartford. She netted $20,000 by her
singing last year.—
A jaw b«ne 14 feet long, G wide
and containing 46 teeth, once belong
to n sperm whale, has arrived at Nan*
tuckei.
John M. Butts is said to have reali
zed a large fortune during the rebel
lion from tobacco speculations.
It is stated that the French Empe
ror i .s about publishing a book euti
tied "The Imperial Police, as Tndioa
ted in the Messages, Speeches and Pro
clamations of the Emperor."
Marshal Cnnrobert snoceeds the late
Marhal Magnan as commander of the
Army of Paris. The army of Paria
is composed of 85,000 men in the Na.
tional Guards and about 150,000 in
the regular army.
The king of Siam has been invested
with the Grand Cross of the Legion of
Honor, and the ceremony was made
the occasion of a high old time at
Bangkok.
The decaying carcasses of the sheep
sacrificed at Courban Bairam caused
the cholera in Egypt. The sum ap
propriated for the burial was stolen by
an official.
Among the large incomes at Chi
cago are William B. Ogdeo. $338,455;
C. H. McCormick, 191,399; S. M
Nickerson, $575,643; M, H. Crosby,
8194,282 ; J. V. Farewell, $154,119
I llness of the K ing op the B el
gians —hts A nxiety A bout M axi
milian ,—Death is putting his baud
ou the King of the Belgians. The
annexed description of his lamenta
ble condition evidently foreshadows
the end :
Not long ago be was so exhaust
ed that, after trying to put his sig
nature to some public documents,
he threw down the pen, saying it
was all over, that be would sign no
more. Next day he revived some
what, resumed his routine of avo
cations, and since then has gradu
ally, though slowly, seemed to
amend. But the fatal nature of his
malady is no longer a secret. In
addition to an almost uuintermit
tent bronchial affection, his physi
cians have pronounced that thera
has be*>n for some time a gradual
enlargement of the heart, while
dropsical symptoms continually re
cur in the lower extremities.
But, notwithstanding this pairful
picture of physical exhaustion, the
King is not so ill that he cannot
study his own interests, even while
thé world is thus receding from him.
His fears for the stability of his
son-in-law's Mexican throne are so
srreat that the old King has prevail
ed upon the Emperor Francis Jos
eph, to restore Maximilian to all the
rights and titles belonging to him
before be proceeded to Mexico—a
proof that, in the judgment of the
Belgian monarch, an Austrian arch
dukedom is a safer inheritance than
a trans-Atlantic crown.
fggr The new Hotel Dieu, in Paris,
will cover 33,000 yards, contain 716
beds, and cost 34,000,000 or 15,000,
000.

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