office on third street, opposite the branch of the louisiana state bank.
BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1865.
.1. 0. k'UyUA, > I. ö. KILB0OBNE,
Union Rouge, La. j Clinton, I,».
FUQUA à KILBOURNK,
Attorney« & Counselors at Lar,
WIM, practice In the Court» of the Parishes of
East ana Went Baton Kouge, Iberville and
Kant and West Feliciana. au :1
IM I UN As IIËlUtO^i,
attorney s at law,
co era t no r sk s qua r /•;,
Baton ïi«>«s< , I.«.
WIM. attend to all business in their profestion
entrusted to them, in this and the adjoin In«
pin-lubes, and iu the city of New Orleans.
Vr|n*A,s (IEKKS DAVIDSON TOM tVXll«.
Davidson 8c Bynum,
attoi!,neys at law,
Ufltrr at Itnton Uiiuge, h».
WIM, PKACTIOK IN TUB COURTS OF ÏIIK
Florida I'uri.hes. sepllü-tf
0. W. HUOKNKI!
STAFFORD & BK KM:ii.
I mice, Cor. Iinurel 4 Third KM , np-stuirs,
BATON BOUUE. I .A.
WILL practice in the parishes of Kai:t, Ko'ici.ma,
Bant and West Baton Knui^e and Iberviil«.
Unsitten« entrusted to tlietn will reoeive prompt
S . W. BVRKKM K " CBAJUÎÏ.
BI'ItOESS & tlIANEY,
Attorneys and Counselors al; Law,
o F pick on au ru eu str&et,
Hr,T. CONVEHTIOK h NORTH nOULÏTARB,
Union liniige, La.
\NY business entrusted to their «are In the par
ishes of Uaat and West Baton Rouge, ftast und
West Feliciana, Pointe Coupés and Iberville, will
be promptly attended to. sept".
SAMUEL P. GREVES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Klurliin Street, Union Uougt, U.
WIU. attend ta all business entrusted to kiui
in Kaat B.itou Kou||t aud tlieadjol in* par
i s lies. aept«iO
R. W. KNICKERBOCKER,
Attorney at Law and Claim Agent,
H A8 made arrangements In New Orleans and
. rt'ash Ingtoti City lor the sucewsfal prosecution
nuil collection of
CLAIMS AGAINST TUE ÖOVKRNMKNT.
Oflice on the corner or Fifth and Laurel streets
aiiifS BATON KOÜ(lE t LA.
CLAYTON lî. EVATT,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
Dfflrff with II. W. KNiOKEaBOCtEB, Esq.,
C«rn«roi l'If «Il dik i i .aurcl »Ireetn,
iia ton novo k, la.
WIM, attend promptly to all proieasionnl busl
H. W« focMAIN & SON,
-ueae estate brokers,
Accountants & General Agents,
UUHIU-Iiiii BATON ROUUK, LA.
jö'hn m. tracy,
Jt&itice of the Peace,
Pitrisli of East ICntnn Rongc.
OFFICE, COIl. THIRD AN» LAUREL PT3.,
ÜP-3TAIRS, OVER THE SUM Jllt-LIARI) HAI.OOS.
F. A. NEPHLER,
Justice of the Peace,
WA no No. ONE,
Ofilce on lioulevard, foot of Third Street.
HAVING reautued busine**, I am ready t« at
tend to »II business and suits, within the
wirliHBt delays of the law. apr8
rtlCFH'R <►> t, A »' Il F, I, STUM I ,
RKTWICKN THIRD AND CHURCH,
(O/ipoxite Mrs. Jones' Hoarding Tlowt,)
jun'21-tf BATON KOUCB, I.A.
ifr. I>. I,. Mckiirick,
■S* I RGEO A" D F, X TIS T, *■
OFKICIC «V t;OSVENTIt>IV STREET,
EPISCOPAL PARSONAGE BUILDING,
Î!i the r»;ar of Kpiacopal Church,
dccl7 baton roüge , la.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain,
ANI) NO HUMBUG!
DU. ï). L. McKTTRICK respect
fully announce« to the pub.
lie, t\at ho is pn-jvtred by Bieana 1
of an electrieal application, to ex
tract t«-eth without pafn. This prooews has bnen
repeatedly tested by him, and not in a single in
stance has there been a failure. Bept'26-tf
ifr. fw. It a wis,
fate of New Orleans, La.J
RKSPECTFULl.Y offers his pi-o
, tessional service« to the citi
«il» of Batou Rouge and vicinity.
He is permanently located, and
fully prepared to perform all operations pertaining
to his profession in the latest style and in the
must durable manner. All Surgical or Mechan
ic«! operations will be performed with the great
est care and skill, and on the most reasonable
I.' tas. Office on the corner of Third and Laurel
(ire ts, opposite the Verandah Hotel, entrance
on Laurel street. septla
i t «»T KKl'Ki VKI>—»An iuroice of ü'it quai,
t» It y COAL OH/ which will be soldai th« iuw
^rii f îiO pur Gallon, reta*l.
^ aufîiï JOSHUA URAL.
m p. «OLM» «s M.,
HARDWARE, BAGGING, ROPE
Plantation Supplies Generally,
Laurel at., bet. i.atayetto and Third,
octï-lm pd] BATON KOUUK, LA.
OAPH ADVANCES MADE ON
Siti jiinciiliS to his Friends i» N. 0. und N, Y.
Office Corner of J,uur«l mul Third Streets,
(t srm Tirv. verandah no'rr.r.,)
auglU BATON UOUßK, LA.
d1cal er IN
Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cipnrs,
cohnkr lapayctte and floaida sthkkt»,
junell BATON IlOlHiE, LA.
•HJ1,11 IS C. BÖGET,,
a vi» dkalsh IK
Plantation and Family Supplies,
' €OIt. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE 8X8.,
julyI3 ItATON nOUGE, LA.
F. L. TERPINITZ,
RECEIVINÄ F0RWA H DING,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
AND DEALER IN
W A 1, I, ^ A P L I! , ETC.
C1AI,I,S respectfully the attention of the
> public to lus larixe find excellent stock of goods
pHi'tainin^ to hin line of niorc.Mandise. Ue
speAka a littéral Éân of public patronage.
JStore on Third street, opposite the building of
the Louisiana State Hank. Juiyl
l/aurel St., bet. Lafayette and Third Sta.,
FAStfp(>\AllL.E 1MI WELL-MADE
MEN AND BOYS'
Spring and Summer Clothing
STAPLE m FANCY DRY KOODS.
RESPECTFULLY inrit.es public atten
tioa to I iw present. a»î i accuniulatiua; stock
in trade, con«i«ting of all «Traden, from tho fittest
down to medium, and low priced
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS.
Call and «Itamine for yourselves hi» assortment,
which is the largml and best now offered in the
city, and on terms the mos.t satisfactory, julyl
John Mass, Proprietor,
OPPOSITK ACADEMY H AI. t.,
St. Louis street BATON ROl'GE, LA.
ft".The hest of Wille», 1,1'iuorB and Cigars
kept at Uio Bar. juiy22-tf
SUI I T E R HOUSE.
CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR
Corner of Main and Third atreet»,
B aton ituttiB, LA.
Tlie bar is furniniied with the very bust
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBACCO,
CABINET-3IASEB AND UNDERTAKER, !
Corner oj Church Laurel »ireeh, i
BATON KIH'tiK. I. V. j
^ G p. e a t v a h I et Y o F
r ,,„_ „„„„„
FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND.
a rrti stock
j a iji jij.\ (, ,5 d mi. 7 alljc casjiù
I have also made all necessary arraosements to i
keep conntantly on baud i general assortment of I
II,, 1'U„ 1I,,I n j
Il (i t., KbllU 1,1) !• I It MT1FRE, i
«ntnwifHM. k .
WILI, JvV >' ARP., Ao., ic., Ac, ,
W"0«iiras ritonmr attisch » ro.
E. R. BECKWITH,
THIRD ST., CORNER OF LA I'll EL,
KATON ROUGE, LA.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERY VARIETY Or
4lr Plsntcrs and others would do veil to oali
belure purofaa ici it elsewiiwe.
('nttun bought al lil)(h(it market rstM,
Comer of Third and Coavoution Ets.,
baton rouge, la.
«KNKBAl DKALB* IS
Family and Plantation Supplies,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
AND N0TI0N8 GENERALLY,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
IW~ Term» C«»h. Jolyl
Plantation Supplies Generally.
BEGS leave to inform his friends and
the public at larjçe, that ha will keep on
hand fresh snd full supplies of all article« in the
provision line, which he w^Mjell on terms to suit
the cash basis of trade. ATÎberai share of put
ronag« is respectfully solicited, at his stand ou
Third street. julyl
IS constantly receiving, direct from the
West and other quarters, «very specie« of arti
cle required for
Family or Plantation use.
Ho bas Increased facilities for obtsihlng supplies,
and is determined t.e keep up wjtii tha demanda
of his customers, and to dual with t,hem satisfac
torily on the score of quality and price—hi» motto
■•Ui'l' k Hiile* anil Smnll Prelil».,'
Mr. K. K0KKMANk »roll known to our citiiefis,
will be found "behiiW the counter" ready to at
tend to business calls.
Please drop in at the old stand, near the Court
Mouse, wlier' we shall l» 1 happy to eoe you.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
P R OVISIONS,
And PlaDtatioa Supplies (^nerally.
(ÎR0CEERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARF,
Store, Cor. Africa and St. N»(>oleon 8t».,
BATON ROUOK, I.A.
Determined to keep » fail and W eii
utork ot*urticl«K such ar to tnttke
up a ftrst-rJifce variftfcy Hture, A, BLUM Lop«.« to
merit, and recelre an Increased amount af pat
ronage. He respectfully invites Ills old customers
and the puMic at large, to continue their calls as
us » il., assuring them of his determination to
please and satisfy them in etery particular.
OAMILLO QUINTE KO,
DZAL1.K I* t.
.Smoking and ChewingTobaceo.
SNUl't, PII I ,S, LfC.,
Corner of Third and Florida str.>«ts,
BATON KOLiliK, VA .
TN addition to his large a?sortment of the !
■eat brands and onahtiea of all articles in the
Una of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO yUIN'l'F.RO, i
»»• of a TobaecuDiat, CAMILLO yülNTKRO, |
keeps also on hand a choice variety of "Notion#," j
stich as fine T'ocltel Kultus, Stationery, tic., to
' ¥hich h# inTite * pub!ic aUi,nti " n . giaranteeiug j
'° ®' vs " & " s ' ac " 0Q 10 *" euatotaer». ]u!yl-tf
flViniVH ilin PirrtTom
U1 " . rulA,ura ' ;
i r BAURKL8, New Crop, at retail or by the bid
10 Prie«» le»» than in Ken Orleans.
▲. A. AKCUKH. WK. HEJiDKRSON.
ARCHER & UEXDHRSONr
FORW ARDING <fc COMMISSION
GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION
Third street, Baton linage, Ln.
KKÏKH £Y 1'SBMISSSOH «0 l
Oapt. P. D. Pratt, I Oiipt Jim. McLean, N.O.
'• W. B. Kkhardson. | H. W. Taylor, N r 0.
E. It. Ileclt with. Baton ltouge, La. auglO
JAMES J. DTJNDASS,
WHOLESALE; AMD MRT AIL PKALBft Iff
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars.
QQUNHtt OF MAIN AND LKVHK BT11EBT8,
It A TOM norfJG, I, A.
v —AND—' (
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CXQAR8 AND TOBACCO,
CROCKERY AND TIN WARE,
ANU Ah L Klints OF
II E S TE R X l 3 R O D UCE,
Received per steamers almost daily.
F. otto respectfully announces to his friends
and customers and the public generally, that bis
store baring been removed fron. Its former stand,
adjoining Day's Drug store, to the large store and
ON TUB SOUTH EAST CORNER OK THIRD AND
Ue Is lull; p'epared to keep on band one of the
Invest and most varied assortment-« of the above
art ices to be fouad in the city of Baton Rouge.
With bit increased and increasing facilities for
obtaining and storing merchandize, he is enabled
to meet all present and future demands, aud 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 aa the state of the markets will permit, to
secure a llb .ral share of regular patronage.
C3P~ Please call before purchasing elsewbera
M. J. WILLIAMS,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron.
HAVING established himself in
the ahoy* business, in this city, iS< «Jk
spectftilly solicits the public patronage. ^($3^
Citizens, Planters and others, needing work ln
his liue,will please send in their orders,and they
will be promptly attended to. Work guaranteed.
Shop adjoining, and North of Beat's Variety
Store, on Third street. julyl
r. k . pnuY.v.
BOUT. L. l'B VYX.
j PKUM & BRO.,
CARPKMEHS, GIN WRIGHTS
| Press JZxxllcLcrta
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Order» laft at Jastremskl à McConulck's Drug
8tore ' wl " m<wt prompl * t t,ntl uD - mm *
Raton Rouge Marble Works.
J. SMOLLEN & Co.,
HBAD-8T0NICS, MANTELS, ETC ,
Corner of Main and Church streets,
jnly% BATON ROUGE, LA.
Tin, Copper and iiiheet Iron*
H A VINO established himself again in the above
hui-ineaa, in Baton Kouge, most respeellnlly
informs his old triendi #J 'd the public generally,
that he is prepared t<%, J »11 work in bia line.
Ali rt-puliiiig attciidiiil to vvitit dtapatrh'
Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church.
FLOUR ! FLOUR Ï ! FLOUR lit
0nt c85 gftTa tJme , risk, patienta and mo'
neyi If they will make their purchases of FLOOR
from the undersigned, irmtead of, as now so com
toon, sending to New Orieaas. My atonic of Floor
ia always varied and baiujfreqoantly r «pi«sl»b
ed, usually twite par w»«*, ia always tVcmb. A
N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS.
w. 8. ptkr j. m. lapf.tmtc a. brother.
PIKE, Lill'EYRE & BROTHER,
FOEEICm & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
BONDS, STOCKS, COIN ANI)
omCF. ON CAMP STREET,
Between Canal aud Common Streets,
New Orleans, La.
J. J. WARBKN. T. W. CBAWFOB».
WARREN & CRAWFORD,
(SucctMorfl ti» Wurr* n, UUlro,orM A Co.,)
No. 29 OA RON DE LUT STRBIT,
Jalyll-6m* SEW Oni.F.AKS. I.A.
/lAirutucTAv miiviT i a Mtr
(Formerly JPriichtrd A Flower.]
Mo. .W Cai-oiitlel«! Strict.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Liberal Cash Art ranees aud Supplies fur
nished on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, Ac., to
Foyiu A Kn,»ot!*ar,, > Ptta, LartraE ABfenttiaa
ßaton Itoug», I,a, ( New Orleans, La.
WAVER BROTH KHK.
Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works
No». »V and 51 LA F A Y È IT K STREET,
s«iea 5i Tei.oupito,.u, hi.
• * *
MA\ ER BROIIILIIS,
j Wo. r»i TCHOirpi'l OU I. AS STREET,
BEHVHBN l'OÏDRAS AN1> NATOilKC,
Sew Orleans, I,a.
J^BAF * CHBWtNd, A MANUFACTURERS OF
Smoking Tobacco and Cigars.
O. A heavy w«il saleste^itook nonstantly
on hand. ,july29-lf
1!) chartres street,
Ik'lwren Cannl and 4,'tiMf<>Miliotii*r>.
CARPETING OF ALL KSNDS,
We hare on hand and are receltiog a large
FLOOR 0TLCL0TH8, 1TA0E ' &c '!
Of all width« and qualities.
White checkered and fancy.
*•' WINDOW SHADES,
Cornices and Bands.
TABLE and PIANO 6'OVERS,
. ENAMEL CLOTHS,
Of varions qualities and colors.
COCOA MATTING and MATS.
HAIR CLOTH, kc.. St., &e.
All of which wo offer at moderate adraiicHi on
manufacturer's prices f Jbr oath.
aug8-ly A. BROUSSE AIT & CO.
V pl,J J ulI/ ^ L,AT '
19 Mat chmaker 4* Jeweler,
from obnkva and paris ,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
REPAIRED AT SHORT NOTICE,
ia th« vkut swt situi.
THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY, \
1lwati ox hand.
Lafayette Street, Baten linage. L».
JAMES McVAY, •
ARCHITEfT iSD BUILDER,
BATON ROUGE, LA,
„ . , , „ ..
Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite j
the Bunk Building, on Third street, will be '
promptly attended to.
Main St., between Third And CHuith,
BA ton rouge, LA.
THE undersigned is new prepared to racelve or
ders ,or ail kinds of furniture and Cabinet
work. Will make or mend In the heat manner,
and at the lowest figures, ro* oasb oMLr. In t>ie
Undertaking business he has now on hand a fine
assortment of Mttallle Casse, and is r*» :y to re
oelve orders In tbia lin* of business, whieh will
inaet the ^tteutlon usually given by the old trm
0f ««ü" * ' ' * rJ ' ?R»9. rVXKM.
Mi«s Ann Farrell, a young ladj of
j Columbus, Bartholomew County, In
diana, was riding in a buggy with •
gentleman, on Saturday last, wheu
the horte ran away. The yoaog lady
tried to jump out, but her hoopa
caught on the buggy and she was
dragged about half a mile. The horae
then ran into a mill rac? and th*
young lady was drowned.
Profewor Lowe, who has been mak
ing short balloon aauenaions from the
New York Central Park, haa in pro
cess of construction a bridal oar, and
announces that the next sensation will
be the performance of the marriage
ceremony in the clouds.
The cars of the Central Paoifio
Railroad are now running to Colfax,
55 miles ùom Sacramento. The com
pany hope to reach Dutch Flat by the
end of the year. The stages for Nefa
I da left the new terminus, for the first
I time, September f>th.— Salt Lake
I i dette, September 16t/i.
A French riview« has an article
on American women not at all com
plilD#Dtarj to our iair datnes and
, p j e j j n p „ n i H hing those of his offioers
I who followed his example.
Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne, assisted
. by Manager Potter's troupe from Ida
' ho, was at last accounts playing four
nights a week in the Salt Lake Thea
trp, to the great delight of Brighain
damsels. He thinks their intellects
me too developed, and does no tlike to
ht-ar girls aiyning on politics, or talk
ing of bales of cotton like a broker. ,
An ingeuious Frenchman haa mad«
:» mosaic landscape composed of in
sects. It contains more than 45,000
beetles, besides big and little bugs of
It is stated that the Pacha of Egypt
was who the first to run away from
his dominions when the cholera broke
out, has, since his return, been Oceu
Youug and his families.
The latest "fashionable" arrived
in New York is that of a Parisian
lady, who calls herself an artiste io
nails and eyeblows, and is prepared
to put the finishing touches to any
fuir American lady's beauty.
I " Asa Hartz" (Major McKnighl,
I formerly of New Orleans,) has becom«
I one of the proprietors and editors of
I the North Carolina Times, published
We see a statement that the deficit
of grain in Great Britain and Ireland
this year will be upwards of 72,000,
ed by visitors as quite well, and
and while there, had a protracted in
| lerviow at Fort Lafayette, with ex -reb
el.8©oretai y Mai lory, the latter having
j ur K en! ' 1 J' requested it.
The Augusta (Ga) Chronicle says
-that greater steamboat laoilties are
\ " eedei1 on the Savannah river. The
boats now employed there usually
make from $10,000 to 820,000 the
I Q one village in the Delt* of th*
itants died during the recent preval
ence of oholera. Beine unable to sell
, . , . , J" " wen
'" elr tf Ult they ate It themselves.
Great curiosity has been excited, il
is said, at Cherbourg, by a small ves
selpropellsd by electricity with great
speed. The iuventor, a French en
gineer of talent, has shown his dis
covery to M. de Chasseloup Lau bat,
the Minister of Marine.
At a masked ball in Norwich,
Coun., a young lady was completely
dressed in newspapers. She is said to
have made a good " impression."
The Mobile Advertiser and Regit•
ter (4th ) says Liout. Gen. Scott, who
is residing in New York, is represent
ed by visitors as quite well, and aa
straight as an arrow. He intends, it
is Mtid, to spend the winter in New
The New York Daily News an
nounces at marriage, a St. Peter'a
Church, Brooklyn, on the eveniug of
the 20th of September, of Maj. John
G. Stokes, late of the Confederate
army, to Helen M., daughter of Gen.
H. Sibley, late of the Confederal®
Secretary Stanton returned to
Washington on the 24th September
During his absence he visitod Boston.
Jdä^The Central Council of th« Feuiau
brotherhood have colled » special general
congress of the entire organization in the
United States, to meet in Philadelphia «»
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