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Baton Rouge Tri- Weekly Gazette & Comet,
OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. VOL. XLVII. BATON KOUGE, LA., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1865. NO. 22. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. r. w. knickerbocker, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, HAH (lull« arranfemont,» In New Orleans und Washington City for Ihasuccssful prosecution aud collection of CLAIMS AÖAINST TUB GOVERNMENT. Office on til* «orner of Fifth und Laurel streets, augS ' BATON ROUGE, T,A. J. O. FUQUA, 1 J. Q. K1LBOÜBSK, liaton floug», La. J OUri ton, La. FUQ.UA & KlLBOUItNE, Attorneys and Counselors at l.aw, WILL practice In the Cotlrts (if the Parishes of East and West Baton Rouge, Iberville And East and Went Feliciana. au et J. C. STAFFORD, ATTORNEY AT t,AW, OFFICE ON LA UllKL STREKT, BATUÄ nuiue, LA. TIT"ILL practice in the 1'urishos «f Mast VV Baton Rouge, Went Baton Rouxe mid Knut Feliciana. julyl-tini* IHÎHM «V IlEKKOll, ATTORNEYSAT LAW, co itn t no us k a (j hau n. Baton ltouge, t<n, WILL attend to all business In th«ir profession entrusted to them, in this und the adjoining parishes, and In the city of New Orleans. augH-tf W. H . McltfAW &. SON, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Aooountantfl & General Agents, anslï-àtn BATON ROUGE, LA. h .a. Rflcino* ; ...don a . Plant« «IHMKlPf Sc PARDEE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW n ST. Clf A RI.EB STREKT, marlo NEW ORLEANS. JOHN, M, TRAOY, J usti ce of the I' eace , sevojfD warp, Parlait of Kail Ilnfon Hange, OFFICE, COK. Tllllll) AND LAUREL 8T8, Of-STAIRS, OTIR THE BUS BILLIARD SA I,no*. F. A. NEPHLER, Justice of the Peace, WARD No . ONE, Office at lit« Court llotisc, HAVING resumed business, I am ready to at tend to an business and suits, within the earliest delay» ef the law. »p r 8 -DR. KRATZ, OI'FfCi: ON LAUREL sriteet, BETWEEN THIRD AND CHURCH, ( Oppi i ite M rs . . Tones ' Hoarding House ,) jun'W-if HATON ROl'UB, LA. I>r. MP. NI. BROWN, Homœopathic Physician & Surgeon, [LATE Of ST. LOUIS, MO.] RB8PECÏFOLLY offers hie professional Mrrlces to the citizen« of Baton Kouge and vicîtilty Reference—Dr. Kellogg, ot New Orleans. OHIoe, for the present, at Mr«. 8. E. Jonen', "Central House." augl5-3m Wr, I). L« Mcki trick, S URO E ON DENTIST, OPEICF, ON €ONVK\TION STREKT, EPISCOPAL PARSONAGE BUILDING, In the rear of Episcopal Church, declT BATON KOVUE, LA, (•F.ORGE A. IMIiE, CJENEBAL AGENT, Offline, on Third Street, IIAT«« nor«*:, I.A. Will sttcnil promptly, the-cotleetlon and settlement of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLAIMS, NOTES, It ILLS OE EXCHANGE, ACCOUNTS, RENTS, ETC. All business that can be transact») by Agency or Coiuuilsslou, promptly awl JaiUiftMu atlcrufetHo . mayl3 w - »■ •'»*■ .•». M. LA|KÏ£*« ...A. BROTlllilt. rikK, LAlMVEKi; k BROTHER, BANKERS, DKAI.IRH TM FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, Unt/IhK, .SJOCKS, OVIN AND UNCUBREKTT NOTES. OEK1CK C>\ CAMP STllEET, Dctwcen Canal und Common Streets, Now Orl«.VIM|, J J. iior!7-y A . B A U M S T A Ii K , CABINET - MAKER AND ÜNDERTAKER, Corner of Church ,j- Laurel streets , UATON KOl(IE,H. A ARMAT V A E 1 ï T V OF FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A F tJ T, I, STOCK OF TRIMMINGS AND METALLIC CASES »#~Oan*KS prohftiy ATTWntDTO. july'2-.'Sru F. PERRlLLAT, W ittrhma ker A* Jeweler , FROM GENEVA AND PARIS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, liKl 'AIUKD A T SHORT NO711, a ; IS TBK VIR, BB.ir STVIJS. THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY, ALWAYS ON iiand . i.ufuj etle Street, Baton Kooge, Ln. k' JAMES J. DUNDASS, WlfOLERAlsC AND rktah, DKAI.KR i* GROCERIES, —AND— WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Li quors, Tobacco Si Cigars. "CITY BAKERY," corn f üll of MAIN AND levee streets, HATON TtOt'UE, l,A. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —Ann— fair/hiltst supplies, c orner l apatctti and f lorida btmrl, jnnelï It A TON KOVUE, I, A. JULIUS C. BOGEI,, COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALfcïl IN Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE 8T8„ Jtily18 HATON KOUOE, LA. F. lu. TERPINITZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, IUÏCEIVINQ, FORWARDING, [ ill I 0 0 FRONT LEVEE, BATON ROUGE. LA. JAMES McVAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DEALER IN AgrimKiiraS Implement^ WINDOW SHADES, WA LL P a P E It, ETC. riALLS reflpeotfully the attention of the VV public to hi« Urge and f ^' cJIon t -t" k t»f pond» pertaiwiu^ to hip liuu of ,ui<»rc >uu ii**». t » i»t» •pfiAKR n liberal Kh»rt? of public patronage Btoreoo Third ntreet, opposite the building ol the Louisiana Htnto Rank. ja 'y 1 J. KOWALSKI, Luurel St., bet. Luiayette and Third Hts., DEALETt JN EA SI HON AHLE ANW WELL-MADE MEN AND BOVS' Spring and Slimmer Clothing -AND staple and fancy dry goods. Respectfully invites public rtten tioa to Iii« present au J arcuniulatlnK stock in trade, consisting of all grade!/ from the fioest down to nitulium, aud low-priced C LOTHING; STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. Call and examine for yoffrselvea his assortment, which is the largest and best- now offered in the city, and on terms the most »atisfantory. julyl M. BI.OCK, Dealer in FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Corner fifSt, Ernllnnnd mid Afrlrn sin. RATON H OVO R, LA. r PHE subscriber begs leaves respectfully to call 1 the attention «f his old frii>ndg and customers that ho has taken the store formerly occupied by Mr. V. Ifeude as a DKY GOODS STORK, for many years, and more recently occupied by Mr. H Gear linski, Court House Square, corner of St. Ferdi nand and Africa »treats, where I shall be happy for mv friends to give me a call. M. BLOCK, jul~2<Mm Court House Square. VERANDAII HOTEL, Stcplicii Busilisco, Proiu'ictoi' CORNER TIURI) AND LAUREL STS., BATON ROUGE, LA. T) IJOARD BY THE DAY, WKEK OR MONTH. GOOD IIEOS, OOOO FARE, And every attention paid to the comfort of guests Thankful for past pntrebagn, " S tevk ," res spectfully solitits a cnntlnuanee of the same from his frlmids and the public ganerally. July27-tf WASHINGTON HOTEL, John Gass, Proprietor , OFPOMTK AOAIlKMT IIAI.L, ft. Louis street ..BATON IlOl'GE, LA. ® r '* ' best of Wines, Liquors and Cigare kept at the Bar. july22-tf KUMTi; lt UOIJHE. CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Corner of Main and Third streets, ' baton hocue , la . The bar is furnished with th« , er y best WINES, LIQUORS, CIQARS fc TOBACCO. GROCEEY —A WD— PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. B. R. BECK WITH. THIRD ST., CORNER Of LA UREL, b aton rouge, la. CONSTANTLY ON HAND KVKRT VARIBTY OF plantation ml'ppliks. «#■ Planters arid othera woulil do well to eall before pnrcha itsg elsewhere. Cotton boiigtit nt hlglirlit miirki t rates. julyC-Uuins. JOSHUA BEAL, Comer of Third and Convention bib ., BATON ROUGE, LA. OEVERAL PEAL»« If» WESTERN PRODUCE, Family anil Plantation Supplies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. BT Terms Cuah. julyl M. GRANARY, DEALER ÎN WESTERN PRODUCE, l-A M 11. Y GBOCEKIK8 -AND Plantation Supplies Generally. 1)EG8 leave to inform his friends and -U the public at larue, that he will kdep on hand frwh and full supplies of all articles in the provision Une, which he will sell on twrms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pat ronage I» respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third street, julyl NICHOLAS WAX, DE ALEU IN WESTERN PRODUCE -AND FAMILY GROCERIES. IS constantly receiving, direct from the West and other quarters, «very Npocies of arti cle required for Family or l'Imitation use. He has increased facilities for obtnihing supplies, and is determined to kwp up with the demanda of his customers, and to deal, with them satisfac torily on the scor«of quality and price—his motto being (l <iulrk and Small Profits.,* Mr. K. HOFFMAN, well known to our citlsens, will be found "behind the fbunter" ready to at tend to business rails. Pleas* drop |n at the old stand, near the Court llouse, where we shall be happy to see you. julyl-tf A. BLUM, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES P RO VISIONS, And I 'lantation Supplies Generally. AI, HO, crockery, tin, wood & willow ware Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon Sis,, HATON ROUGE, LA. Determined to keep n full and weil selected stock of articles such as r . to niake up a first-rate variety stern, A. BLOW hopes to mi'rit and receive an increased amount at' pat ronage. II« respectfully invites his old customers and the public at large, to continue Iheir calls as usual, assuring them of his détermination to please and satisfy them in every particular. julyS-tf I'AMILLO QUINTEBO, HAVANA CIGARS, CIQAK ET T A.Ö , Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corner of Third and Florida streets, HATON KOUGE, LA. IN addition to his large assortment of the best brand» aud aualities of all articles In the line of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO QUINTKBO, keeps aiso on hand a choice variety of "Notions," such as fin. Dock.et Knioes, Siitiimtfry, etc. , to which he invites public attention, cuarauteeing to give satisfaction to all customers. julyl-tf ONIONS AND POTATOES. t r BARRELS, New Crop, at retail or by the b.UI 1') l'rtces 1 ms than iu New Orleans. 4uiy2t j oshua bkal. A. S. ARCHER. WM. HENDERSON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, F01Î WARD IN G & COMMISSION IMEEEtOliwflLiq-TS, »—and—> GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION —AND— PURCHASING AGENTS, Thlril alrtrt, Onton Itouge, Lu. mem nr t>F.HMinmn* rot Cant. P. D, Pratt, | Ca|»t Jno. McLean, N.O. 11 W. H. Richardson. | H. W. Taylor, N. 0. K. It. lleck with, Baton Hougc, La. auglO .#• Jackson , COTTON BUYER V-Anil—, COMMISSION MERCHANT, q CASH ADVANCES MADK ON Shipments to his Friends in N.O. and N. Y. \ OJfte .e. Corner of Laurel aiui . Third Streets , (own j a tub vkranoah noret,) angl2 BATON ROUGH, LA. P. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, *■—AND—' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, OHOOERXES, PLANTATION SUPPLIES; WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CEOCKERY AND TIN WARE, AND ALT. KINDS W W E S TERN PR O D IT C E, Received per steamers almost dally. f. O tto respectfully announces to his friends and customers aud the public generally, that his Store having been removed from its former stand, adjoinins; Day's Drug store, to the large store and warehouse building, ON THE SOUTH BAST CORN KRÖV THIRD AND LAUREL STREETS, He Is fully prepared to keep on hand one of the largest and moat varied assortment of the above articea t» be found in the city of Baton fiouge. With his increased and increasing facilities for obtaining and storing merchandize, he Is enabled to uieetall present and future demands, and there, fore invites the sp"cial attention of purchasers to that fact, hoping by a spirit of accommodation to please all, and to always sell on as reasonable terms as the state of the markets will permit, to secure a liberal share of regular patronage. i'lease call before purchasing elsewhere* 8llgl0~tf JOHN TIL A NO, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. HAVING established himself again In the above business, in Baton Rouge, most respectfully int «I his old frieuds and the public generally, that he is prepared to do all work In his line. All repairing attended to with despatch. Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. augl-tf M. J. WILLIAMS, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. 4$» HAVING established himself in the above business, in this city, re ►pectfully solicits the public patronage Citizens, Plantera and others, needing work in ills line,will please Bead in tlieir orders, and they will be promptly attended to. Work guaranteed. Shop adjoining, and North of Beat's Variety Store, on Third street, julyl JAMES MToVAY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at fhe Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tf j F, E. PltCYN, HOBT. h. i 'ßüVN, PRTTYN & BRO., IMPENTERS, GIN WRIfillTEItS -AND— Press Builders HATON ROUGE, LA. Ordere left at Jastremnki A McOortnlck'i Drug Store, will meet prompt attention. julyl -6m Baton Rouge Marble Works.j J. SMOLLEN & Co., M1MUKACTURRR3 Of TOIÄ11S, OTONUOTENTS, IUCAP-BTONW?, MANTJCLS, ETC, Corner of Main nnd Church streets, jalyîô BATOIÏ ROVGf, LA. N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. It. PBITOHAliD, [Formerly Prlichard k Flowe*.] COTTON FACTOR —AMD— COMMISSION MERCHANT, Mo. 53 Caroudelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. M»"" Liberal Cash Advanoès »nd Supplies fur n ished on consignments of Cotton, Hutrnr, Ac., to bis address. Heferenre* : TOQUA A Rtl.BOURSE, 1 I'tKB, LirXYRE A BROTIIK« Baton ltouge, La,/ New Orleans, La. augS-Om J. J. WARREN. T. W. CRAWFORD. WARREN & CRAWFORD, (SuecoBBoM to Wnmn, Gillmore k O».,) COTTON FACTORS —and— commission merchants, No. to CARONDELKT STREET, jitlyll-öm» new orleans, la. OTA FER BROTH EUS, Crcscent City Steam Tobacco Works Nos. 4» and 51 LAFAYETTE STREET, Sale* Itunm—No. 51 Tehoupltoulua St. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 81 TCtlOUPlTOÜLAS STREET, BETWEEN P0YDRA8 AND NATCHEZ, IWcw Orlcnnsi I.a. nasi.KRS IN j^EAF * CHEWING, à MANUFACTURERS OF Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. A heavy well sebieted stock eonstantly on hand. july28-tf WM. ST. MAI'.TIM. t,. II. MALAROHXII. ST. MARTIN & MilLARMIER, COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Dealers in groceries and boat stores, Nos. 26 and 2H POVDKA8 STREET, N kw O hi kaks , July, !8Gi». To Pla nters , Merchants and others : It is believed that wltli theopening of the South ern Porte to Foreign Conimeroe and unrestricted trade and intercourse with the Interior, and with gradual increase In the Consnmptlon which must necessarily take place as the Cotton and other Southern Products can be converted Into money, that New Orleans will son» lesuine lier former position as the Depot for the Products of the West, arid furnish (lie best market lor Genural Produce. i Now as there is an immediate prospect of a re sumption of trade in this city, we beg leave to In form you that, having completed all necessary arrangements for transacting a General Commis sion and Forwarding Business, we have opened a house, Nos. 26 and 28 Poydrns street, and we are ready to receive consignments from our friends We have also on hand a full and fine assortment of GROCERIES, BOAT »TORES, WINKS, LIQ UORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Ac. Orders from Plantations and the Country will be promptly attended to. As our House Is safllclentiy large we will take Storage a. low rates. Respectfnlly soliciting a •hare of public patronage, We remain. Very respectfnlly, julySMm 8T. MAllTIN A MALARCUKIt. NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTRES STREET, llolwven Cnnal mid C'ii«to,iihouse. We have on hand and are receiving a large assortment of . CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, SUCH AS— MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, 8 -PLY, INURAIN, VENETIAN, HEMP, COTTAGE, &c., FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all Widths and qualities. MATTINO, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, Cornices and UandR. TADLE nud PIANO COVERS, RUOS, MATS, ENAMEL CLOTHS, Of various qualities and colors, COCOA MATTINO and MATS, HAIRCLOTH, &c., &., &c. All of which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturer's prices, frr cash . augS-Iy A. BROTTSNEAU & CO. Wall Paper! Wail Paper ÎÎ Ilk <11)11 ROLLS WALL PAPER, of the finest patterns. Ou band and fbr sale by - JAMES n«VAV, julyl-tf oppoilte the La. 8tat» Baak, g £ neral hi w s The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald names General W. S. Harnky , of St. Louie, us a member of the Commiséton ap pointed to confer with the Indian tribes who are to be assembled at Fort Gibson on the 1st of Septem ber next. General Beauregard tafcea i biq departure in a few days foi-Ëurope. It is said that he intends offering Iiis military services to Louis Na poleoo. The Federal Government permits him to go, subject to the pledge of never fighting against the United States. Hon. Byron Diman^ formerly Gov ernor of Rhode Island, died at Bris tol on the 2d inst,, aged 10 years. G. St. Leger Grenfell, one of the Chicago' conspirators, whose son* tence lias never been promulgated, though all his associates who were convicted^ have been pardoned, was last week sent to the Ohio peniten tiary at Columbus. At a recent ball in London high life, about three hundred of the company—that is, of course, of the ladies—appeared without Crinoline, the dresses being after the fashion of the time of Napoleon the First. Chang and Eng, the Siamese Twins, who have been engaged in fanning for some years in North Carolina, are soon to appear oh ex hibition in the Northern Cities. A convention of dentists was lately in session at the White Sul phur Springs, in Ohio. Dr. H. Pee bles, of St. Louis, officiated as Presi dent. The Emperor of Austria has sign ed a decree ordering the suppres sion of Military tribunals for the trials of offences committed by civilians in Hungary. The population of Chicago is esti mated by the publisher of the new City Directory at 220,000. The Chi cago papers are much elated. The approaching municipal elec tions in France are creating very great interest. Not only in large towns,.but in all of any importance, they will ansume a political char acter, Decidedly a great change has come over tho French; the po litical apathy in whioh they have been steeped for years, has been shaken off by them, aud they are born anew to political life. The death of another millionaire is reported frotn Hamburg, letters from which place state that Carle Heine, has just died at Bagneres.— This gentleman was the last surviy ing partner of the world famous house of Salomon Heine & Co., and it is stated that his property will exceed the sum of two millions and a half sterling. How the r a CR WAS a BOM8HF.D.'— Torture, applied, to extort confession, was discontinued, it is said, in the public courts of Portugal in conse quence of the following circumstance : A conscientious judge having ob served the efi'octof the rack upon sup posed criminals in making them con fess auything, to the sacrifice of their lives, to get released from the torture, determined to try an experiment. It is a capital crime in that country to kill a horse or mule, and he bad one of the former which be much valued. He took care one night to have all his servants etiployed so that no one but the groom could go into the stable. When all wore fast asleep in their beds he stole thither himself and cut the horse so that he bled to death. The groom was apprehended and committed to prison. He pleadtxl not guilty ; but the presumption being strong against him, he was ordered to the rack, where the extremity of the torture wrung from him a confession of the crime. Upon this confession he had the sentence of banging passed on him, when his master went to tb® tribunal and there exposed the failibill ity of confessions obtained by such means, by owning the facts btnoself, aud disclosing the motives which had influenced him in making the experi ment, P roduce B rokers . —The Ceia mission of Internal Revenue has de ified that produce brokers are requir ed to pay a tax of à per cent, on their sales and are considered brokers un der section 99. This tax is addition al to the license tax.