TUESDAY,::: ::"OCT. 24, 1865.
To (jAifDiDATKB.—We «mm discontinue
inserting for the prosont, the list ol an
nouncement» for parochial offices, seeing
that tlinre ha» boon no proclamation issood
• h yet orderit^K «n élection for Übe same.
A» «non hereafter, lie the neccesmiry I'roc
lamation »hall appear, the name» of ail
Mich candidates a» have nettled with, v* for
their armnuncementl, will again bo inserted
in their proper form and place until tho
time of election, free of any additional
Edward AlvkRsot «.— The "Many
Fr iends" of Mr. Edward A lvrbson an
nounce him through our columns a» it can
didate for Representative, believing him
to be well fitted for the position, i»ud
wvrthy of general support at the hands
ths voting population. See his annownce
T hk C iboxtr .—The grand hippodrome of
De H avkn A) Co., ivrrived here in due time
atidis in "fnll tide of auoooRBfttl operation."
Everybody seoms bent on having their fill
of the Bights to be Been inside as well as
outside the oncloaure, and wo snpposo
everybody is bound to boo them. Per
formances to-day and to-night.
G ooky'b LadfU Rook for November
has already reached us. Among its mis
cellaneous Attraction« aro its splendid Fall
Fashions, Embroidery and numerous other
recherche patterna, and a flue lino engrav
ing representing "The Country School."
G od'ky has been a favorite fur thirty-iiix
years among the ladies, and they can
hardly get along without his Book.
His subscription prices, per annum, are
as follows : One copy, $3 O0j two copies,
$5 50; three Copies, $7 60; four copies,
$10 00; five copies, (and an extra ono to
the person getting up a club) $14 00;
eight öopios (and an extra one furnished
as above), #21 00; and eleven copies (with
an oxtra ono as above), $27 50—tho money
for any of the clubs, to bo sent at one time.
The Honk and A rthur's Home Mayazine
will bo sont each ono year on receipt
oi $4 50.
Address L. A. G odry , N. E. Corner
Sixth and Chcsnut streets, Philadelphia.
JfcajT' A fine establishment with plenty in
it, is that of Mr. J ulius C. B ooel , on the
cornor of Main and Lafayette streets:
That enterprising merchant spares no
pains or expense in keeping ap with the
want« and demands of 1 the tinles. His "sun
dries'* in the Grocery and Western Pro
duce line are among the most select and
abundant to be found in our city and meet
with ready sale. lie is attentive and
obliging to customers, and the same may
bo said of our young friend C o R nib Atu
lucit, who is in attendance "behind the
P laceman's C ommercial C olikok .—Wo
take pleasuro in calling attention to tho
card of this flourishing New Orleans insti
tution, which will bo found in onr adver
tising columns. We have been personally
acquainted during a period of ten years
with Mr. Br, aokmak , and can safely re
commend him ia every particular as a
gentleman and teacher.
Adults as well as tho young, attond his
Copies of his College Circulars may be
obtained at this office.
J-gT" Messrs. J astuemski & M c C ormick's
drug store adjoining our office, oontinnes to
be a favorite establishment with the pub.
lie, and justly so, in view of the choice and
admirably well selected stock ofMedicines,
Drugs, Perfumeries, Wines, <fcc., which are
always to bo found there and the clever
and obliging disposition they manifest, <
fact well evidenced by the high considéra
tion in which they are held by all who
have dealings with them. It affords up.
pleasure at all times to witness, tho pros
parity which attends them, and which
they sö woll doserve.
F oh this L adies .—-The attention of our
lady roaders is respectfully called to friend
B sal'r advertisement^ notifying them
that he has on hand a large assortment o^
Zophyr Worsted, Silk Uloves, Knitting
B kat , gives notice, also, that ho is in
receipt of G(xley } e Lad if s Iiook for Novem
EST" Mr. Win. MtiitVHY advertises a L op |
î^~Tho building known as the "Baptist
Church," is offered for sale or rent—the
particulars as to tormstobe Hscortained on
application to J ulius C. B ogel.
IST Mr. J . J. M itchell, Anotioneer,
will sell to-day a large lot of Household
and Kitchen Furniture. See advertise
T he A mount of his B ill .—The
Continental folks, a day or two since,
Rearing of the whereabouts of a guest
who had decamped without going
through the usual formality of payitig
his bill, sent him a note : "Mr.
Uear Sir—Will you send the amount
of your bill, and oblige," etc. To
which the delinquent made answer i
''The amount is $80 62^. Yours rus
mmmamimmmmm ^Ê ÊÊÊÊIi mÊÊàÊmÊÊmsmmM
Cburoli tbo artist is said tp life
engaged in painting a "Waterfall
whioh recently attracted hi« attention
on Broadway.— Sulurday Press.
ppp We hf»ar that hi* Holiness the
Pope has given positive ordors Chftt fill
bis bull« shall be kept within the pre
clftcts of that Vatican while the cuttle
di son su is rife,.— Punch.
JVEW OR 1XÂNS MARKttS.
fP I N \ IV V 1 A It.
(AfÛHt/AT »IcrtSNis», October 21.
G old —15U|fl5) Jä'.
S ilver — /Viuorjuan, 144Wjjpl4o.
E mbanub ■ Checks on Nuw Yoik t (sigbt)
2aud SJj-jj discount.
I « M M F.aciAI..
R a H hluay M obkino , October VI.
C otton —Prices irregular. Wo quote
Ordinary at 48(<(i44o.; Good Ordinary lit
49<$ö0; Low Middling at 61(^58, and Mid
dling at [email protected]>, Tho week's saloa sum
Büoar and MoLAgses.— Kutail lot* sel^ at
Î [email protected]%o. for common to good ooiamon
Louisiana; löj^c. for fair; l#££o. for good
imr,17%o. lor fully fair to prime; 18%c.
for prime to choice, and 19c. for yellow
clarified; 14Ji <(îl5c. for fair Cuba; 15J^(cp
for fully fair; [email protected]%c; <<6 lt>. for
choice. Of Molasses 30 hhdtt. and 10 tes.
good Otiba sold at (>äo. «JH gallon.
F lour — Stocks em ail and ruling at
$8 75 tor fino; $9 50 for superfine, $11 for
low extra; $11 6« for fair extra, and $12
($12 25 for good extra.
ANOTK of hand drawn by James Wall, to the
order of William Murphy, for (he sum of
Utte Hundred anil Nil Dollars aud Twenty-fl^e
Cent» ($106 25), dated March 6th, 18'2, bearing
six per ceut. Interest, and payable ope year after
Persons are cautioned against trading for said
Note, a« payment of the name will be «topped.
oct24-3t. WM. MUitPHV.
Godey'tt JLatiy's Hook,
NOV E M B E II, 1805,
REAL'S BOOK 8t VARIETY STORE,
Corner Third aud Convention Sts.,
ootl24-8t, B aton Worn*, I .A.
A LARGE assortment of the various colors.
Plns, Needle», Thread, -Ladies' Bilk (Hove»,
Knitting, Cotton, Krenoh Working Cotton, Legal
and Fools Cap bet ter and Note Papers of superior
quality. Just received at
BEAL'S BOOK AMD VARIETY STORK,
Sign of the ''Red Flag:,"
Corner Third and Cenvenllon 8t» ,
or't24-2w B aton Rovae, L a .
FURN1TUHK FOR SALE.
I WILL offer at Public Auction on Boulevard
street, next door to ,F. A. Ni:i'm.i;R'i> office, an
TUESDAY, October !24th, «.large lot of
Household aud Kitchen Furniture,
T«rm« of aale — ÜAsn, on the spot.
»I. J. MITCHELL, Auction«*«*.
FOU SA I j E !
2IIILLTARD TABLED, at the Harney House.
Inquire of J. J. MITOHBLL.
THOSt ß, B0HLEY Si CO.,
No. O, PBHDIDO STREET,
(ADJOININO MiTOJilC BtJILDlNO,) .
OFFit R, No. «as, URAVIRH 8TIIEKT,
NKW ORLEANS, LA.
Circular Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable Stenui
Kn^ines, Circular CroRs Cut, Mill and Mu
ley Jaws, Corn Mills, Wheat Mills,
And Bolting Apparatus,
AIL DESCRIPTIONS or
PLANTATION MACHINERY AND
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A fnll snpply of
CANE CARTS, PLANTA
TION AND ROADWAOON8,
TIMBER WHEELS A NI) WHEELBARROWS,
From the well known Factory of
JOSHUA IIOLMLEY, WHEELING, VA.
W b have connected with extensive Foundries
and Machine Shops in St. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati and Pittsburg, tliroll.'h which wn are pr«
pnred to contract for any class of machinery, on
most favorable terum, and duliter any whtre north
«f New Orleans, free of freight.
TH08. If. BODLEY & CO.
çFMCÏ GOODS ! FANCY (il)ODS ! !
GUÉ BLÉ & GAURS A UP,
! 37 ('anal Street... 137
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
FRKWCII, ENGLISH & UERMAN
FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS.
WB WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform country
buyers, that wo are now prrpired to show
them tho most complete anil best seleoted stock of
FANCY GOODS In this city. A full assortment of
BELTS and BUCKLES,
COMBS and BRUSHES, of all sorts.
THE BEST FKBNCH COS8KTS,
And KID GLOVES.
A full line of
DItESS TRIMMINGS, BI TTONS, ETC.
Coma and examine our splendid stock, which
has been selected by otlr Mr. GUÉBLK himseif, in
l'aris and Germany, so we may recommend it for
the quality and taste of the goods, as tvell as the
ASTORTISlIIN«I,V LOW I'RICUS,
We are enabled to sell them for.
PDHCIU3K noes* IN PARIS :
NO. 12 FAUBOURG 1>0I8S0INNIERE.
G UK BLÉ & G AUKS AUD,
137 Canal street,
■eptSO To uro Building
ALL PERSONS having claims against the suc
cession of Udvnrd Ocleman, deceased, are
requested t® present tbem to my Attorney, James
O. Fuqua, Ea>[ ELIZA A. COLE M AX,
ALL l'ERSONS having claims against the suc
GtA-P: 'il r >f Dr. C. W. Dorteb. deceased* are
requested toprusent tbem to my Attorney, James
0; Faqua, läsq. N. B. BERMINGHAM,
Positively Two Days Only*
' 1 WHÀ. ,,
Monday and Tuesday, Octobcr 23d & 24th.
GEO. W. DE HAVEN & OO.'S
A b the largest Equestrian Company in the coun
try ; the plu» ultra of the arena organizations,
tli# crème dê taorfr^oflheprofrHiiian. The vuri
ous acts reprownteil will introduce Kqueptri^nd,
drama tip tu, ÜoutOfti'>nUfH, KqulUbri«**.
«1 ifiuH, Vauiter «,1ieftperH, AscensionlRts, Minstrel«,
THREE FUNNY CL0WW8
int.hfiir vari'm« nctt, many of which aro
uew t and of the most uovel aud attractive char
Kant« afternoon, etÔ o'clock,precisely, the open
ing will be inaugurated 1>y a
FREE EXHIBITION !
In which the beautiful M'lle. Louisa. late Àscen
sionlst to the Emperor of Russia will perform her
thtrilliqgly attractive feat entitled
"A JOURNEY TO THE GL0ÜDS !"
being an ascension from the ground on a single
slender wir*, a distance of :w<j feet to Hie t' p oi
the centre 'pole, an altitude of Vo feet. All are
invited to wittness ihis free of charge.
For list of members aud acts of performance see
posters and programmes.
Door* open at 2 and 7 p.m . Performance will
commence half an hour afterward.
Admission, $1 ; children, 50 cents.
octM-Sts Dit. CHAM HEUS, Agent.
Buhler Female Seminary,
BATON ROUGE, I,A.
Rev. J. Ë. C. UOR Kill US, 1). D., Principal
'J'HIS IiTstittition will commence Its firnt Session
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23d, 1865.
The undersigned oiTcrs to the public a long ex
perience in teaching in Oolleges and Schools, male
nod female. The tcbqoi witl consist of three De
partments, vi« ! TheKLKMRNI'ARY. ADVANCKD
AND lHUUMtT. The lasi including every drsir*
able finishing study;
T K RMS:
Board ! and Tuition (in Bnglish, Latin, Ac.,) to
.1 uly lsWSG« $320 00
Music, toJuly 1st, 1806 64 00
French and Ornamental Branches at Professor's
Day Pupils at -1, 6, and T Dollars per month.
Boarders are expected to provide their own bed
linen, napkins, towels, Ac.
Boarders in advance (half ;) 1st March, (remain
bay Pupils in advance, monthly.
J. 10. C. DOREMIJS.
SAliT ! NAT.TÜ
"PLANTERS in *nnt of'Halt nnn mako it
X to their interest to pur-hnn« of
jalyl JOS HUA KEAL.
Powder, Shot and Caps.
TUST RECI5IVKI» at my f'rug 'éfo'r e, 'below the
§f Jail, the io ^jwru« AidinuiiHiou, per hié.injer
Julia, front £t. i>ouri : L
POWDFIi— in Kej^n f»nd Tin r Hn&;
ÇAl'ï-JJ. V\'Ate«pr »oi.
-Aièo-i' i 1
BOCK SHOT, BIRD, PQUIltRKL and
' ' TURKEY SHOT, •*
Which, I jrili sell ou resasonabie terins.
octlS-tf .7. R. T. HAÏÎfES.
Powder, Shot and Caps.
AMMÜN1TION of various (jnallties, just re«
ceived from St.'-Louis, aud for Sale by the
undersigned, consisting of
BIKr.B POWDItk m Regs and Cans.
SHOT of varlods uninbers
CAPS—G. D. ; s and Waterproof.
octl2-tf Corner of Third and Laurel Sts.
JjUtOM S t . LOUIS per steamer Missouri;
ll'O Barrels Extra JLOtJK,
80 Sucks OATS,
«0 •' CORN,
ftO " BRAN,
'«1 Bales HAY,
Eor sale low, at
augii» • .V V. OTTO'S.
North BonlcTaril St., near Third.
TÎ1K UNDERSIONKD hafl t»een duly cpmroiF
fioned by A ndrew J ohnson , President oI the
United Btätte«, and authorized by the POUffitRter
General t.o open a Po^t Office at Baton Rouge, on
the 4th of September, 180$, for the rereïrHon and
disposal ef all mail matter according to la*.
C. G. BHEC'KINHIDOE,
A COMFORTABLE family residence, ■ fc
situated on Main Street, opposite fiSfW
the Female Orphan Asylum. A bargain fijgsjjj
may lw had if disposed of immediateiy, ■ *"
by applying to H. W. JOLLY,
augl2-îin On the premises.
K. O. O. F.
THE Regular Weekly Meeting of
DB BOTH LODÖB, No. 7, I. O
O. P., is beld at their Hall, on Main
street, nearly epposite the Sutnter House, every
THURSDAY EYBNINGt. at 7 o'ctoc*.
GAItOENER WANT En.
A ROOD (1ARDENER can find employment by
appfying at this office. sept30-tf
JABTIlßMSKI & MoCOHMtCK
respectfully giye notice that they have
always (Al tiând a fresh «upçly of
3VC E DXCXNi «; BTO-,
Which they guarantee to 1» pure) als» a «holte
from Hie most ntilebrateil maflufi*etorle4«oin[trl(i.
iu K~, • 'i : ■/ y. i
LflftlN'S, Madam fiultANO'a, ,«
1IAZ1N and WitKIimj. I «'
A Une assortment of
ESSENCES FOH HANDKERCHIEFS,
i 1 , ' . — »SD —
All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WAMRS^'
Pure I.IQU0B8, via : 5 f i
l'reuçh aud A moriean URANIHE8,
W111HKY—Ilye aud Bourbon.
KORT WINE, SHERRY and MADEIÄA.
Genuine Holland GIN, Pure 80HNAPP8,
French Vat«*t Meificlnes, vi«:
SIlHiV PHOBIA NT,
MROP DE FLO EE,
SIROP DE LAMOCRlEtîX,
INJECÏIQH BKA M,
' fcÊîtftf'S MEBTCINES,
<i VIN DE SBOIHN,
PERCULOitMEU DE FER DE PRAVAlt,
HÜILLE DK FOIE DE MOICUF. DE TOOGH8,
... .. (de Hojjg.)
Will lieelve by the ne*! eteamer a fresh lot of
Patent Medicine», direct from manufacturers.
.^INTER GARDEN SEEDS-jast received.
COAL OIL and
COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand.
LEE o MKS always on han't.
i3&~ AU onlrr.t/rmn the country carefully jwt
up and promply attended to.
JASTUEMSKI & JMcfVKlHlfKi
fcw 1 Btord nearly opposite the Branch of the
îiOURiana State Rank. jull
COTTON] COTTON!! COTTON !!!
X HE 0H9HR8I6NED li no* prepared to re
aeive aud ship COTTON, and upon which If con
signed to his correspondents, G ives, W atts A Co.,
oi New Orleans, he will make liberal advance« of
Merchandise and Cash.
'Jfo cukancrH mail« upon Ootton until after
<Whual delivery. JOSHUA HEAL.
J ust ahiiivko
SOAl'—40 boxes Cincinnati German.
LA RP—15 keg» teaf.
OOFFKB-—8 bags Rio and Havana.
FLOUR—40 barrels Superfine.
UAOON—Hams, Shoulders and Sides.
PORK—15 barrels full Mesa.
CORN—100 bags White.
HAY—86 bale» Western.
TRA—1 (he<t Imperial.
Which will be «old by the package or at retai!,at
reasonable prices for the times.
ju1y26 -JOSHUA DEAL.
Why can we not be Brother*, or we have been
Rebels—Uy Clarence J. Pftentice.
Softly Now, the Stars are 8hinlng—lly Mia« Sue
Wheu the Battle ia Over—By E. O. Eaton.
It is the Chime—By Benj. S. Hart,.
Natilie the Maid ot the Vf I Ii —by W.C.Peters.
La Fontaine aux "Perle«— Polka Mrlillante—By
E. K. Oole.
Seluia Polka Mazurka—By J. Schrenk.
Just received and for sale at
beal's book and yartbty store,
oct2 Corner Third and Uonvention St«.
, , FBOM
THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
A LAKG0 QDASTITV OP
ONE CENT PTAM TO NINETY CENTS.
fept'J Baton Ronge, La.
COAL! COAL! Î COAL!!!
At P. E ü U (JêÎ> 1'RICES!
Flr«^liial)ly Pitt»l>nrgCo»l,$l 5l)f bbl.
JAMES A. PAYNE,
CORNER OF MAIN AND FRONT STREETS,
BATON ROtlGK, LA.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends and
the public generally, that he has a large
quantity of Superior Coal, to which he Invites the
attention of consumer«. J A MES A. PAYNE,
Warehouse, cor. Main and Front Sts.
SÏEAMBOATS supplied at short notice.
CORN ! CORN ! I
SACKS CORN: Just received nnd
t/v/ for sale by
Near the Court Hoüse.
9 AAO LBS - CLEAR SIDES. Just
/dy M 'U received and for sale by
Near the Court House,
OATS AND BRAN r
SUPPLIES to meet the demands of pur
chasers. Jöst received and for sale by
julyl-tf Near the Court House.
Sl <; AR-CIÎRED HAMS.
i) TIERCES SUGAR-CURED HAMS—
<6 Just rrceived and for sale by
julyl-tf Near the Court House.
FLOUR 1 FLOUR!!
?<A BLS. FLOUR. Just received and
t/V for sale by
Near flie Court House.
ONIONS A NI» POTATOES.
FRESH anlvals of the above, twice per week, at
th- -tore oi
1 rrv BAGS Sound Yeliow CORN,
1«JU 2S. Bags Black OAI^S.
1000 Popnda Clear BACON SIDES,
1 Tierce Sugar-Cured HAMS,
6 Boxes STONE PIPÉ HEADS
' octM JOSHUA BÉAL.
NEW PALL 1 GOODS ! r
W .* /« A lu
Dry Goods and Clothing Store,
THIRD BTR HIT, i, !
Nearly Opposite the Bank.
J. KUIIN having just returned from the North,
respectfully la vit*« the public to examina bin wall
«elected «took of
I ' Al«o, the vr.nr tamai Mrw of ■
■ » .. dtertra sa hats,
UNDER Ç LOTIUNG,
-And- ! m
A COMPJJCTi'i ASSORTMENT j
W Ni f
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The arrangement* which h» haa mad« at the
North will enable him to receive
Every week, wblcb Hhall be sold at
A SMALL ADVANCE ABOVE COST
hi» motto being,
"QUIwK SALES AND LIGHT PROFITS."
geptb Third ètreft, opposite the Ba .lt. *
SUNDRIES .'—SUNDRIES ! !
JDST received, per steamer Henry Ames, from
St. Louis :
200 Bugs WDITF! CORN.
860 Bushels OATS.
65 Baies H AY.
16 Barrels POTATOES and ONIONS.
B Boxes Assorted CRA0KHR8.
« Tuba Table BUTTER.
10 Itegs Leaf LARD.
1 Tierce do. do.
From KeW f)rl«ana t
28 Bag» aetly imported SALT.
5 Boxes Star CANDLES.
6 Bags Rio OOFICEK.
2 Hogsheads Extra Choice SVGAS.
1 Barrel White Crushed do.
FINE TOBACCO, 1
ENOLISH PICKLES IN MUSTARD,
IMPORTED FRENCH MOST ARD,
To which I would solicit the attention of thoge
who purchase where they get the best gooda, and
the worth of their money.
auglS JOSHUA BEAL.
gUNDRIES ! SUNDRIES ! !
S. C. HAMS,
, C H E E A E ,
CAN K RUITS,
MACKEREL, iu % and X. bbls. and kits.
Toltncco, Ci^ara, «St«;.
For »«te 'by JULIÛ8 C. BOQElr,
July 18 Cor. Main and M k .
r j^W0 HORSE WAGONS,
FOUR HORSE WAGONS,
,1 JERSEY WAGONS,
For sale cheap, for cash, by
JTJI,U ! S C. BOGEL.
NEW GOODS! MÙW GOODS ! Î
JUST RECEIVED AT
A HANDSOME LOT OF
PRINTED LINEN LAWNS.
A FEW PIECES OF 8-4 WIDE
BLACK BAREGE FOR SHAWLS.
A FEW PIECES OF 10-4
HEAVY LINEN FOR SHEETING.
PI lit© W CASE LINEIV,
40 INCHES WIDE.
Together with a beautiful assortment of
Which will be sold to suit the times.
juiyll Laurel Street.
(i, D. WADDILL & CO.
HAVING purchased the DRUG STORE,
on Main St., Baton Rouge, known as
"HAYN KS* DRU Ü STORE."
respectfully Inform their city and country
friends that they are prepared to furnish, and
will keep constantly ou hand, supplie» of
FRESH AND GENUINE
and aM other .articles in tljeir line. A share of
tbe public patronage ia raEpecifally solicted,
* W . JÊt fttjuf j
RESPECTFULLY Informs his friends and fortner
patrotis. that he lias resumed business at
Theodore Goldniann's Jewelry Store, where will
lie found a large and general assortment of Staple
and Fancy Dry Gooda, Shoes, Hats, and a variety
of Notions, auitad to the ladles of East
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
D DAVIDSON notifies his fl-lends that he haa
, just received a large and general assort
DRY a OOI>S
8HOBS, BOOTS, HATS,
And all the Notions of the age. and to which he
respectfully invites attantion, before purchasing
ITie people's friend. Mr S, M ASHKR. Will be
found as lively and accommodating aa ever, "be
hluü the counter.
july29-lm Lafayette atreet.
HAVING removed from Heuile'a old atand, re
spectfully informs his customers and the pub
lic generally, that he may be found at Prender
gast's old stand, on Main street.opposite the Bar
ney House, where he keeps alwaya on hand a well
assorted stock, consisting of
FANCY AND STAPLE
Hosiery of all descriptions,
H ath , B oots, S hoeb , E tc.
Which he will sell at the lowest market prices.
Call aod examine before purchasing elsewhere.
JUBT RECEIVED AT
J. KOWALSKIS STORE,
A FINE ASRORTM (ONT OF
GENTS' SUMMER CLOTHING,
MADE OF THE
Latest and Most Improved Fashion.
A LA ROE AND FRfSU ASSORTMENT OF
A WELL AISOllTED STOCK OF
Ladies' IMcii's and (Iiildren's Shoes,
All of which will be sold at the
MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
tW Parties wishing to purchase will
please call and examine for themselves at
j uly26 Laurel street.
REGULAR VICKSBURG PACKET
Tsnvr* New Orlmnt every Saturday, at t J'. M.
];OR VICKSIIÜRG, GRAND GULF,
1 Rodney, Natchez, Fort Adams,
Hog Point, Morganca. Kayou Sara,i
Baton Rouge, Piaquemine, Honaldsonville, 'and
all intermediate Coast Landing«, the New and
swift-running side-wheel steamer
P.D. PRATT, Comd'r; CHAS. GRATER, Clerk.
gSfFer freighter passage apply on board or to
No. 7 Froat street.
JNO. Ii. T1TU8 A CO.,
Cor. Bienville A Old Levee.
WOODRUFF, BUTLER k CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 New Levee.
june3 Agent, Third street, Baton Rouge.
(AT HOLT'S OIJ> RT1KD,)
THIRD STREET, BETWEEN LAUREL A MAIN,
sept21-lm Baton Rouge, La.
Turku dweli.ing hodbes each
connistlog of four Rooms, Kitchen
end Servnnts room. Conditions will be
found liberal by applying to the under
A I,SO, » fine two story FRAME BUILDING
with Kitchen aud Servants' Rooms, situated in
the center of the town.
Twelve (1'i) Lota advantageously situated for
trade or residences.
For part icuiars apply to G. GÜ8MAN.
Persons indebted to me either by note or on
account are hereby requested to cull at my uE<-e,
on Lafayette Street, one door from Florida, be
fore the fifteenth (15) day of October next, to
make arrangements fora final settlement. Any
failing to comply with the above will be immedi
septlß G. GUSMAN.
WOOD FOR SALE,
W 00D DELIVERED TO ORDER IN <
ANY QU ANTITY DESIRED. Apply to
W. W. McMAIN & 80N,
au-l'J-tf Office at the Central House.
TO facilitate all who may contemplate building
or reipiiriag their property, I am prepared to
receive and Oil any erders for such building mate
rials as are not usually kept on hand here fer
sale, fu^hasSLATES,TILES,DR188ED FLOOR
ING, CEILING, Etc., and at a very small per cent~
ageabovecost. And will keepon band, LUMBER,
BRICK, lilMK, SHINGLES, CEMENT, PLASTER
PARIS, PLASTERING LATHS and HAIR, with
»ucii other materials as may be called for in con
1 will also attend to making out Billf of Lumber
and other materials, and will personally superin
tend the erection of any buildings, or tbe con
struction uf any work in connection with tho
Building Department, on reasonable terms.
aug2ß JAMES MoVAY, RuUder.
Carpeoter's and Joiner's Shop.
IN this department Mr. H amiso* T homas will
have the charge and control of the work, whose
promptness of execution and superior workman
ship, is well known. Buildings erected and re
paired. Stores and Saloons fitted up in the neat
est «tyie. Water Cisterns of any desired capacity,
and of the beat material and woskraanahin, far
nlthed to oider. And all other work in the line
promptly attended to,at the shop on Third street,
opposite New Theatre. aug2o~tf
NEW MAY BUTTER.
"I A FIRKINS Choi ce. Yellow,for sale low to the
J- vJ trade by
*ugl3 JOSHUA BEAL.
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