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Baton Roiure Tri-"Weekly Gazette & Comet
——- -——= , . - - - — - ■ —— • v - —= VOL. XLYII. OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. BATON KOUGE, LA., TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBEK 19, 1865. NO. 35. •ROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. 0. FUQUA, > Baton Ronge, La. [ J. G. KILBOORNK, Clinton, J,». FUQUA & KILBOURNE, Attorney & Counselors at Law, TITILL practice in the (Jourts of the Parishes of IT Rast and West Baton Rouge, Iberville and Rast and West Feliciana. anjl PUN!« &. HERRON, ATTORNEYSATLAW, go ur t ho use sq ua ii e t it a« on Rouge, I.». Tlhl. at ten J to all business in thoir profession entrusted to them, in this and the adjoining paiiatiex, and in the city of New Orleans. aui<17-t J. C. STAFFORD, attorney at law, Office, Cor. Lanrfl A Third Kt!., op-stair?, IIATO« ttUUOK, LA. WILL practice in the Parishes of East t'.aton Rouge, West Baton Rouge and East Feliciana. july4-0m* w, S . •UROK.SS B. K. t HAKBY. BIRGENS &i tHANEY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, ort ice os on vnoji street, bst. convention t north bout.sv a ku. It» Jon Rouge* I.a. AN V business entrusted to their care in the par ishes of East and West Baton Ronge, East and Went V ellclana, Pointe Coupf» and Iberville, will be promptly attended to. »ept'J. R. W KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, Has made arrangement« In New Orleans and Washington City for the successful prosecution and collection of CLAIMS AGAINST TIIK GOVERNMENT. Ofllce on the corner of Filth and Laurel streets auf H BATON ROCHE, LA. CLAYTON B. EVATT, Surveyor & Civil Engineer, Office with R. W. KmoxsRROcua, Esq., Corner of Fiftb und Laurel street*, HA TON ROUQK, LA. WILL at tend prompt ly to all professional busi ness entrusted to him. aug'29-4m W. W. Me M UN & SON, 'REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Accountants & General Agents, au»12-Sm BATON RODOK, LA. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SECOND WARD, Pariah of Eut Baton Rongr. OFFICE, COR. TUIRD AND LAUREL 8TB., ur-trrliRs, ovtta thï sum billiard saloon. F. A. NEPHLER, Justice of the Peace, WARD No. ONE, Office at the Court House. HAVING resumed business, I am ready to at tend to all business and suits, within the earliest delays ef the law. aprS dr. kratz, OFFICE ON LAUREL XT It I' KT, BETWEEN THIRD AND CHURCH, (Opposite Mr** Jon**' Boarding House,) juniJ.tr BATON ROUOK, I.A. J>r. I>. nr.! BROWN, Jlomœopathic Physician & Surgeon, [LATE OF 8T % LOUIS, MO.] RKBPECTFULLY offert hi« professional services to th* < , lti»t*u« of Baton Rouge and vicinity. Referent-#— Dr. Knllog^, of New OrJwtiiK. ft,Office, at the Harney limine. au&çlfi-îlm Dr, 1). Li McRitrick, <s mi G E O N I) EN TIS T, UFFICK ON CDSIVKSTHW STREET, EPISCOPAL PARSONAGE BUILDING, In thé rear of Episcopal Church, declT baton rouge, la. OEORGE A. PIKE, AGENT, Office, on Third Street, BATON KOIGD, LA. Vf ill attend prumptly, the collection and settlement of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLAIMS, IV UTK S, BILLS OF KXCII ANCiF.. ACCOUNTS, ftENTS, ETC. mar All business that can be transacted by Agency or Commission, promptly and faWifuUy utt untied to. mayl3 F. PERRILIJAT, Watchmaker «I* Jeweler, FROM GENKVX AND PARIS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, ft KF'AIRKD A T SHORT NOTICE, i» til* vaar bkst sttlb. THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY, ALWAYS ON HAND. I.nfayrtle Street, Baton Rouge, La. james mcvay, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA. fcfc. Order* left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Dank Building, ou Third stisst. «ill be prensptly attended t». jaif l-tf ,1. Jackson, cotton buyer ^-And—, COMMISSION MERCHANT, CA8U ADVANCES SIADE ON Shipments to his Friends in N. 0. and N. Y. • office Corner of Laurel and Th ird Street«, (uhpek tur VHRASDAH ÖOTRL,) *ug!2 BATON ROUGE, LA. SIMON MENDELSOHN, dealer in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobneros, Cigars, —AXD— FAMILY SUPPLIES, CORNRIt LAnTPTTR AK1) FLOR!!!! STKK1CTK, junelî II AT OK ROUGE, I.A. JUNIUS C. BOGEL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE 8T8, julylS BATON ROUGE, L.A. F. L. TLRPINITZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, FRONT LEVEE, BATON ROUGE, I.A. JAMES McVAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Agricultural Implement*, WINDOW SHADES, VV A I. L PAPER, KTC. ("1ALLS respectfully the attention of the J public to his large and excellent stock of goods pertaining to his line of merchandise. He be speaks a liberal share of public patronage Store on Third street, opposite the buildin/ n) the Louisiana State Bank. jo yl *T. KOWALSKI, Laurel Ht., het. Lafayette and Third Sts., I>t.AI,KK 1M kakiiionablk and wkll-maim MEN AND BOYS' Spring and Summer Clothing -and STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. EESPECTFULLY invites public atten tion to Iii« present and accumulating stock in trade, consisting of all grades, from the flneat down to medium, and low-priced CLOTHING; STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. Call and examine lor yourselves his assortixieut, which is the largest and bust now ottered in the city, and on terms the most satisfactory, julyl VERANDAH HOTEL, Stephen Basllisco, Proprietor CORNER THIRD AND LA UREL STS n BATON ROUGE, LA. B oard by the day, week or month. good i usds, good parr, Ami every attention paid to the comfort of guests *«_ Thankful for past patronage, "S tivs " res spectfulljr solitita a continuance of the same from his friends and the public generally. july27-tf WASHINGTON HOTEL, John Gass, Proprietor, OrPOBtTK AOADEMY HAI.L, St. Louis street baton rouue.la. SU, The best of Wires, Liquors and Cigar* kept at the Bar. jnly22-tf SUMTER HOUSE. CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Corner of Mam and Third street!, baton rouge, la. The bar is furnished with the very bent WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS A TOBACCO. A. BAUMSTARK, CABINET -MAUER AND ÜNDERTAKER, Corner of Church ,j- Laurel street*, BATON ROUGE, I.A. A lllil VAEItTY Ol PANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A FULL stock OT THIMMIX g.S AND METALLIC CASES few Ott dim raonrri r aitknoib t ». joly2- :!ni CORN AND OATS. ANOTHER .arrival jutt etcred, und at a redoc tlon iu prices ju I jï T JÔÏHC a UKAL. GROCERY m —AMD— PROVJS10N HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. E. R. BECKWXTH, THIRD ST., CORNER OF LAUREL, BATON ROUGE, LA. CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERT VARIETY OK PLANTATION SUPPLIK«. Planters and others would do well to call before purcha lng elsewhere. Cotton bought at highest msrkrt rate*. july6-3inos. JOSHUA BEALj Coiner of Third and Convention Sts., BATON ROUGE, LA. UESKBAL DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Supplies, SCnOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, pV Term» Cash. joljl m. granary, DEALER in WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY GROG K R I EH -AND Plautalioa Supplies Generally. BEOS leave to inform his friends and the public at large, that he will keep on hand froftb and lull supplies of all articles in the provision line, which lie will sell 011 terms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal chare of pat ronage is respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third street. julyl NICHOLAS WAX, DKAJ.KR TN WESTERN PRODUCE -AND J'AMILY GROCERIES. IS constantly receiving, direct, from the West and other quarters, every specie« of arti cle required for Family or Plantation use. He has increased facilities for obtaihin^ «applies, and is determined to keep np with the demands of hin customers, and to deal with t.hcjn satisfac torily 00 the score of quality and price—hiii /uotto being "Unlck Side« 11 nil Small l'riifltg..' Mr. R. HOFFMAN, well known to our cltliens, will be found "behind the counter" ready to at tend to business calls. Please 4rop in at the old stand, near the Court lloufe, where we shall he happy to see y»u. julyl-l.f A. BLUM, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. And Plantation Supplies Generally. ALSO, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD k WILLOW WARE Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon 8ts., BATON ROUGE, I.A. DETERMINED to keep a full and well selected gtöck of articles such as g» to make up * flrst-rate variety store, A. BLUM hopes to merit and receive an increased amount af pal rouage. He respectfully invit«s M b old customers and the public at large, to continue their calls as usual, assuring tbem of his determination to please and satisfy them in every particular. july&-tf CAMILL'O QUINTERO, DEALER IN HAVANA CIGARS, CIGAKETTAS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Coiner of Third and Florida utr. ets, BATON ROUGE, LA. IN addition to his large assortment of the best brands and onalltieM of all articles in the lin* of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO QUINTERO, keeps also on hand a choice variety of'Notions," noch a» fine JPoektt Knives, Stationery, -«to., to which he invites public attention, guaranteeing to give satisfaction tu ail customers. juiyt-tf 1 I ONIONS AND POTATOES. I r BARRELS, New Crop, at reUll or by the bbl IJ Prices lest tbtn la M«w Orlfans iuifV, au â»ïAL . A. S. ARCHER. WX, HENDERSON. Wimm 61 11EN1>KKS0N. FORWARDING & COMMISSION iviosFtciaLA.isrTS, /~AND"~> GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION —ASB— PURCHASING AGENTS, Third «(reef, Baton Rouge, La. ail'ilK ET PKBKI8ÏIOS TO : tjjpt. P. 1Î. Pratt, I Capt Jno. McLean, N.O. " W. B. Kichardson. | H. W. Taylor, N. 0. E. it. Beckwith, Baton Bouge, La. auglt) JAMES J. DUNDASS, WllOi .ksalb and R IT all. DKiI .eft I* GROCERIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco k Cigars. "CITY BAKEKY," CORNKK OF MAIN AND LEVEE STREETS, BATON KOUGE, LA. F. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, *—AND-^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI.JÏK IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, ✓—AND—\ PLANTATION SUPPLIES; WINES, LIQUORS, ! CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE,! AND ALL KINDS OF W E S T E R N PRO D V C E, I Received per steamers atmest daily. F. O tto respectfully announces to his friends I and customers and the public generally, that his ! store having been removed from its former stand, adjoining Day's Drug store, to the large store and warehouse building, ON THE SOUTH EAST CORNER OF THIRD AND LAUREL STREETS, He is fully prepared to keep on hand one of the 'arrest and most varied assortment of the above artices to be found in the city of Baton Rouge. With his increased and increasing facilities for obtaining and storing merchandize, he Is enabled to meetall present, and future demands, and there, fore invites the special attention of purchasers to that, fact, hoping by a spirit or accommodation to please all, and to always sell on as reasonable terms as the state of fhe markets will permit, to secure a lib ral share of regular patronage. 83?" Please call before purchasing elsewhere auglO-tf M.,}. WILLIAMS, WORKFR IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron# HAVING established himself in the above buftinaafl, in this eily, flpeKfally solicits the public patronage. ^ CifizoiiH, Plantera anil other«, needing work in ! hl» line,will piea«« oend in ihair orders, and tbsy I wlil bt» promptly attended to. Work guaranteed. Shop adjoin inj;, and North of Enafs Variety J Store, on Third street. juljl Jf. E. PRTTYN. ROBT. L. PRUYN. PRUYN & BRO., CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND— Press BuildLers BATON ROUGE, LA. j Orders left at JaRtremnki & McOoimick's Drag I Store, will meet prompt attention. julyi-6m Baton Rouge Marble Works« J. SMOLLEN & Co., MANOFACTURBjm W TOOTHS, MONUMENTS, II KAD-STONS'.S, MANT1CLS, KTO., , Corner of Main and Church streets, I july25 BATON ROUGE, I j A. JOHN TILANO, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. eAVINU established himself again in the above business, in Baton Rouge, mos» respectfully 1 informs his old friends and the public generally, I that he is prepared to do all work in his line. All repairing attended to with daapateh* Shop on Main street, near tbe Catholic Church. augl-tf I FLOURI FLOUR! ! FLOUK!! ! BAKKKS, GROCERS, PLANTBRS AND FAMILIES, 1 One and *11 can save time, risk, patience and mo ney, if they will malte their purchases of FLOUR from the undersigned, instead of, as now so com mon, sending to New Orleans. My stockof Flour ! is always varied and being frequently replenlafc ed, usually twlu» per week, is always fresh. A trial solicited. } »ufiü JOSHUA SEAL. N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. W. ». FMCB ». l.AFCTÏIM A. »IIOTltKB. PIKE, LAPETRE A BROTHER, bankers, MALKlél II FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, bonds, stocks, coin and UNCUBBENT NOTES. Ofc'FICK ON CAMP STREET, Between Canal and Common Streets, New Orleans, La, declT-y J .J .WARB8S. T. -W. OltAWFORn. WARREX & CRAWFORD, (Succftasors to Warren, Gillmor« A Co.,) cotton factors —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 29 C ARONDBLBT STREET, julyll-Bm«- NKW ORLEANS, LA. R. PRITCHARI), [Formerly Pritchard A Flower.] COTTON FACTOR — ABD— COM M I SSION ME LiCI 1 ANT, No. 53 Caronrfelet Sfrfet, NKW ORLEANS, LA. fW Liberal Cash Advances and Supplies fur nished on consignments of Cotton, Sugsr, Ac., to his address. References : Icq t'A A K iijjotsme . ) Pint, L apiïrk A B rothkr Baton Roug», La.) New Orleans, La. augS-Bm OTA VER BK OTHERS, Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works Nos. 49 and M LAFAYE1TK STREET, SitIr* Room—Ve. HI Triioiipitonl«* St. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51 TCffOIJPITOUL AS STREET, BKTWBEN POYDRAS AND NATCHEZ, New Orleans, I-». I1SÄ1.RRS IK KAK A CHEWING, A MANUFACTURER» OF Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. A heavy well seleetîd stock constantly on hand. july29-tf NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTRES STREET, Btdween Canal land Custouilioiisc. Wc have on hand and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, SUCH i SI MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, a-PLY, INGRAIN, VENETIAN, HEMP, COTTAGE, Ac., FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all widths and qualities. MATTING, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, Cornices and Band«. TABLE and PIANO COVERS, RUGS, MATS, ENAMEL CLOTHS, Of various qualities and colors. COCOA MATTING and MATS, HAIR CLOTH, Ac., A., &c. All ol which w* offer at modérât* advances on manufacturer's prices, for eath. ang8-ly A. BROI78SEAU k CO. FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS, Wain St„ between Third and Clmixl), BA TON RO CG E, LA. fpHB undersigned is now prepared to receive or 1 -ers lor all kinds of Furniture and Cabinet work. Will make or mend in the best manner, and at the lowest figures, roa OA8B onlt. In the Undertaking business he has now on hand a Gne assortment of Metallic Cases, and is ready to re ceive orders in this line of business, which will meet the attention usually given by the old Arm of Piper à Bradford. aog6 FRED. FON&E. AT BEAU'S. J |I *T ARHIVRÜ 80AP—40 boxes Cincinnati «fermai. LARD—15 kegs Leaf. COFFEE—5 bags Rio and Havana. FLOUR—40 barrels Superfine. BACON— Hams, Shoulders and Sides. PORK—IS barrels full Mess. CORN—10« bags White. HAY—25bales Western. TEA—1 chest Imperial. Which will be sold by the package or at retail, at reasonable prices for the times. jalyfe JOSHUA BKA T.. Cheap JLight. JUST RKCKIVEO—An Invoice of Crst qual ity COAL OIL which will be Mid «t the low Brie* of $1 2f> per fltll«», retail. _ JOMÜAilAL» GENERAL NEWS. The courus returns in Rhode Island show thmt nearly *11 the agricultural towns, especially those in the western part of the State are declining in pop ulation. The claim of Maine against the Gen eral Government for raising and equip ping troops from the outbreak of the rebellion amounts to SI,148,300,90. An English woman in Dundalk gave birth to fonr children—two boys and two girls. A contribution Is sol icited for the bereaved bunbani^. The beat in India during tho past summer has teen so intense that even the natives, by scores, have been forc ed to succumb. Win. A. McCoy, a prominant ag r iculturist of Sangamon country, Illi nois, has just returned from Michigan with a drove of ten thousand sheop purchased in that State. There are 121 steamships belonging to the several lines that ply to and from New York. Their total tonnage is 113,52C. . Not less than 5,000 people are cut ting wood for «teamers on the Mississ ippi river, and more people are engag ed in this business than ever before. The rebel General Joseph E. Johns ton has been offered the position of President of the Richmond and Dan ville Railroad. It is believed he will j accept the offer. Henry S. Foote, recently a mem ber of the rebel congress, passed through Cincinnati recently, on hia old home. He has been pardoned it is understood, by the President. All sentences of death, in cases of ! soldiers convicted of desertion, have I been commuted by the President to ; imprisonment for a term of years. I The gamblers ofSaratoga complain that the place is this summer fre quented by middle-class peopla, who come to drink the water and not to spend money—evidently taking a sad j ly mistaken view of their duty. They are (»migrating from Cork to this country at the rate of about 1,000 ! per week. j The present population of London ia 3,015,494, of the borough of Liv erpool 476,368, city of Manchester '34«>,080. A youth of 85 married a maiden of 75 in Xenia, Ohio, last week. It i» a singular fact that Cuba mo lasses is being imported into New Orleans, via Boston, to supply the lo cal demand. Before the war, the mo lasses product of Louisiana reached nearly a million of barrels—enough for the whole consumption of tha United States. Three years ago a young lady in Nashua knitted a pair of drawers for u soldier's fair, and in them inclosed her address. The soldier who drew the drawers corresponded with her, afterwards visited her, and now the loving hearts are one. Another instance of tbeevili of car rying revolvers occurred in Buffalo re> cently. An intoxicated man who was put off a street car attempted to draw a revolver to shoot the conductor, when the weapon exploded in his pocket, causing his death in a few hours. The rebel General Mansfield Lovell has found employment as the working editor of the New York News. The cotton crop will be almost en tirely a failure throughout West Ten nessee, rust destroying it before it ma tures. It is said the best cotton country in the western part of tha State will not yield iwo hundred pounds to the acre. General Hatch, who commands the cavalry disposed throughout Ala bama, has assured the Demopolii Mes senger that a squad will be plaoed at every precinct to " aid the cîtû au thorities in the coming election." A correspondent of the New York Herald, dating at Buenos Ayers, speaks of the arrival of a Welch colo ny for settlement in Patagonia. Thre« thousand are coming. They bring along their own industrial maohinwy, and contemplate establishing a line of steam vessels to carry on their own trade. Gen. Rufus Saxon, commanding at Hilton Head, has married on« of the School Superintendents who went down there from the North, and set tled down comfortably on & two thou sand -acre plantation.