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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE JBANK. VOL. XLVTL BATON KOUGE, LA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1865. NO. 56. P ROFESSIONAL CAliDS. .TTO FUQlu7 ~T.TTGTKILBO'TRN K, Union Roug», La.) Clinton, La. FUQUA & KILBQURNE, Attorneys & (Counselors at Law, Wl IjIj pra jtlC" i'l the Courts of the parishes of H ist .nn W.!«t. Ilittri Rouge, Iberville and East and West Kelluiana. ausjl K»V»N <fc IIEIUION, ATTORNEYS ATLAW, OO Uli T rto US K S Q UA It E, Itntoii H ourp , !<"• WII.I. attend to all In their profession entrusted to 11.mu, in this and the adjoining pari ihn", arid in thy city of New Orleans. ttuirl7-t. • . . ' thomas oriïbsi »avllwo* tflm bvsdm. Davidson & Bynum, ATTOJINEY S AT fy A W, w Ufllce nl Hftioi» Rou«« , La J\hh PHAOTJOK IN TU M GOUKTS OK THE Florida ParighM* eeptltMtf J. 0. b'l AFK0H» w W ' BÜOKNKH« STAFFORD & BKKNKU, ATTt ) It NEYS AT LAW, Oltiee, Cor. Laurel A Third Bts , lip-stairs, rtATov rouge, la. W'l Mi practice in tli« parlsh-sofEast Felicima, K««t nf »Ve.it Katun K..tt*é and Iberville. Ilu-îiDiH» cut runted 10 t'»« m ntt.f»ntlon. v» prompt snOt'J?} J . W. BUHOKHH. B. E. CHANCY. Bl'RCiKSS & C HANKY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OF FI 0K ON O If LI 11U il a TR EKT, II KT. < INVENTION A NORTH BOULEVARD, »»toil Kongo, I.a. ANY litHlnoas en'.rusted to their care in the par • Iiii .« Of !•; trt and West Baton Kouge, Kant and W'ml Veliclana. Pointe Ooupô» and Iberville, will be promptly attended to. sept'i SAMUEL P. «REVES, ATTORNEY ^T LAW Floritln Htreet, Hnton Howge, L b. \\rjlil. attend to all business entrusted to kim lV tn East il ton lloUj't and tbeadjol in|f)>sr i sties* . »»P 130 R. W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law anil Claim Agent, H\ mide arrsngeinents in New Orleans and Vnihiiixtiiit Oily for the successful prosecution nu l c »lection of CI, AIM. H AUA INST TUB GOVERN M HNT. Oniooon tha corner of Fifth and Laurel streets „„«S BATON ROUGE, LA. CLAYTON IS. ÊVATT. Civil Enginoor —AVD— CITY SURVEYOR, » Office with R W. K m O kïrbockeh , Esq., ( oruefni I'iftli and I. mi re I streets, J) A 1 ON ROUGE, LA. \y ILL attend promptly to all protessionsl liimi W nun* entrusted to h in. au£ii9-4in H. W. McMAIN & SON, RKAI, l'IKTATK BHOKKRS, Accountants fit General Agents, mil/12-ijm BATON Ä<>UUK, iiA. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SECOND WARD, Pnrloli of Knit Baton Hollge. OFFICE, COU. THIRD AND LAUREL 8T8., üp-stätfw, ovkr thf, run ï1îllîard saf.ooïf. F. A. NKPHLEU, Justice of the Peace, W.l It D No. ONE, Ofline on HouU. vard, fiot of Third Street. HAVING remim«1 hualneas, T «m ready'to at, fetid to «Ii tMiflinoM and nuits, earii(>Ht deity mithin th. «pr« DU'. KU ATZ, OFFICE ON I.AIKFIi ST It E ET, UHTWRnr TIIIRI) AND OUTfKCH, (Opposite Mr f. Jone*' Boarding House,) juo24 t.f BATON R4IIOK, LA. Ilr. U. Ii. Mciiitrick, HU na EON DENTIST, '-U/J" _ OPFKU OIV COIVVKSi#IO» STHEET, Bi'IHOOPAT, PARSONAGE BUILDING, In the rear of Kpljcopal Church, deelT BATON ROUGE, LA. Teeth Extracted Without Pain, AND NO HUMBUG! T \U ï». I.. MrKITRI'OK renpert 1 / fu'ly annouooe* to the pub» Ä "■- ' W WWfck lie. t at ho i prepared t» v weans J ! of in i .|« t tri *aI aopllratlon, to ex ti n t ! Hh with'»ut pain. This has been rftpo'it.M |y bv tii.rn. ami not in a single in Rtanre ti ** tl»oen « failure. sopt.'26-if < OI,I,ECTnO AGEMCY. Aw- CI.MMM AtUINCT THE U. 8.GOVERN MKNT FOR DAMAGR8 TO PROPKRTT, LOSS OF HORSES AM) CATTLE AND DKSTROOTION OF CRIMPS, Ac., WIU, RE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO WHEN ENTRUSTED TO ME. WII.LIAH GIL, Office at ray residence, iflj»ll»-Itw-tr bato* R oiiok, L a. SOMETHING NEW. piC8T QUALITY I LLC «INATINO AND I.UBRI I > ï ATI NO i)OA I. Ol LS, in p and 111 gallon Pat ent Saftity Cans. Prices moii#rate. aits;!- JOSHUA BEAL. ONTO\8 \\I> POTATOES. t - JtAKRK'i^. New (îrop. «trotail or by the bbl 1 ) l'rîfe» li as than iu Nuw OrleanP. julyil J03UU ABEAL. JAS. P. fiOLOEN & 10., ORALKRB IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HABT)WABE, BAOGING, ROPE —ATfD— Plantation Supplies Generally, Laurel St.. bet. Lafayettu and Third, oct.T-lrc-ptl] BATON HOUOE, LA. ,f. Jackson, COTTON BUYER ^-And—. COMMISSION MERCHANT, CASH ADVANCES MADE ON Shipments to liix Friends in N. 0. and N. Ï. Office Ourner of Laurel awl Third Street*, (tlNTI£R Till VKRANP4II POTEL,) aunl2 B S.TON KOUGE, LA. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DK Ali Ell JN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —ANT»— FAMILY SXJP'I'LIES, CORMKR IiACA vettr ANO PLOBtBA st IIKKTS , junel7 bato* bopfie, i,a. JULIUS C, BOGEL. COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND I'ftALKR IS Plantation and Family Supplies, OOIt. MAIN AND LAFAVKTTK 8T8, July 13 BATON ROVOE.U, F. L. TERPINITZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, COMMISSION ^MERCHANT, ■FRONT LEVEE, baton rouge, la. t JAMES McVAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DBALKB Iff Agricultural Implements, WiNDOW 8HAD £8, WALL PAPKK, ETC. ("1ALLS respectfully the attention of the J public to his lar*« and «•xcuJlent «took of f^oodH p-rtiiining to bin Jint' of muro'iHudise. ULe i"> spnakR a lil>«nl RhAre of public patronage. Htor# on Third street, opposite the building of the Louisiana 8 ta te Hank. ju yl J. KOWALSKI, Laurel St., bet. Lafayette and Third Sts., dkalkb in FA SillOSABLR am) whll-maof, MEN AND BOYS* Spring and Summer Clothing -AND STAPLE AND FANCY DRY COUDS. Respectfully invites public atten tios to bi« present an i accuraulatin^ stock in trade, consisting of all grades, froui thn finest down to medium, and low priced G LOTHING STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. Call and examine for yourselves his assortmwnt, which is th» largest and best now offered in the rity, an ifoi terms the m<»st satisfactory, julyl WASHINGTON HOTEL, John im ass, Proprietor, OPPOSITE ACADEMY HAI.L, St. Louis street BATON HOÜOE,LA, tli>^The b*»st of Wines, Liquors and CJigarg kopt at the Bar. julj£2 U HUMT E R H O U H F, . CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Comer of Main and Third streets, baton kouge, la. The bar is furnished with the Tory best wines. liquors. cigars & tobacco. F. PERRI I,LiAT, Watchmaker A" Jeweler, FROM GENEVA AND PARIS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, RED A III ED A T SUOR T NOTICE, IS TUR VERT BEST gTTXE. tue latest styles of jewelry , ALWAYS ON HAND. Lnfnyi't te Street, Bnton Bouge, La. r. B. PKDTN. ROBT. L. PEUYN. PUUYN & URO., CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS —AND— Press Builders BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at Jastremski A McConnick's Drug 8lor« will m»et prompt attsntioD. julyl-lim GROCERY —AND— PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. E. R. BBCKWXTH, TOIRD ST., CORNER OF LAUREL, IIATON ROUGE, LA. conbtant L yon hand hvbry variety of PLANTATION A PPLIES. 0^ Planters and others would do well to call b a/ore purcha ing elsewhere. Cotton bought nt hlghrst inurket rates. july(!-3mos. JOSHUA BEAL, Corner of Third and Convention 8ts., BATON ROUGE, LA. QENKK AI. »EAtEB IN WESTERN PRODUCE, Fnuiily and Plantation Supplies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, fancy goods, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. trices to suit tiie times. gy Term# Cast). julyl M. GRANARY, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY GROCERIES -AND Plantation Supplies Generally. BEGS leave to inform his friends find (he public at laruje, that he will kcop on hand fronh and full supplies of all articles In the provision line, which he will sell cm terms to suit t.hfl cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pa - ronAge is respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third street. julyl NICHOLAS WAX, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE -AND FAMILY groceries . IS constantly receiving, direct from the West and other quarters, every species of arti cle riKiuired for family or l'Imitation use. He has increased facilities for obtaihing supplies, and is determined te keep up with the «Jemand! of his customers, and to deal with them satisfac torily on the score of quality ftfld price— his motto being «Kliilck SbI «*« mid Small Profit«.,' Mr. K. TTOT'^t ^N, well known to our cltlrens, will be found bohind the counter" ready to at tend to business calls. Please drop in at the old stand, near the Court House, where we shall be happy to see you/ julyl-if u2L . ULUM. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, P RO VISIONS, Hud Plantation Sullies Generally. * ALSO, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARE titore, Oor. Africa and Ht. Napoleon 8tp., KATUN HOUGK, LA. Determined to keep a full and won selected stock of Articles such as g » to make up a first-rate variety store, A. BliDM hopes to merit and receive an increased amount af pat ronage. He respectfully invites bis oldcustomeis and the public at large, to côntinue their calls as Usual, assuring them of his determination to please and satisfy theia in »very particular. july6-tf CAMILLO QUINTERO, DEALER IN HAVANA CIGARS, OiGABETf AS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corner of Third and Florida str ets, BATON BOUGHS, LA. IN addition to Iiis large assortment of the best brands and auslltiuH of all articles in the line of a Tobacconist, CAMH.1,0 QUINTERO, keeps ano on hand a choice variety of "Notions," such as fine Pocket Knives. SbUionsry, eto., to which he invites public attention, guaranteeing to give satisfaction to all customers. > jalyl-tf Baton Rotige Marble Works. J. SM OLEEN & Co., KAISUFACTCRKM OF TO TO IIS, MOHU1EHTS, HEAD-STONKS, MANTELS, KTO., Corner of Main and Church streets, julyS* BATON UOIGK, I.A. A. B. ARCHER. WM. HENDERSON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, FOKWARDINO& COMMISSION ... . , , , rj j j MERCHANTS, r- AND—, GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION —Asn— PURCHASING AGENTS, % Third street, Baton Ituug«, La. KKFEfi BY PERMISSION TO I Oapt. P. D. Pratt, I Capt J no. McLean, N. 0, " W. B. Richardson. | H W, Taylor, N. 0. Jb2. it. Jiückwith. Baton Kouge, La. auglO JAMES J. DUNDASS, WJfOLRSALK AND BETAIL DRALBR IS GROCERIES, —a si)— WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. "OITY BAKERY," OOHNBIt OF MAIN AND LEVEE 8TREBT8, baton >tor«;i:, u. TT*. Of TO COMMISSION MERCHANT, I *—AND—' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, ,—AND—% PLANTATION SUPPLIES; WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAH8 AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE, AND ALI« KINDS OV WESTERN PROD UCE, Received per steamers almost daily. F O tto respectfully announces to his friends and customers mid the pub.is generally, that his stole having heen removed trim, in former stand, adjoining Dav'c l>ruiç store, to the lar«« store and warehouse building, ON TUE SOUTH BAST CORNER OK THIRD AND LAUREL STREETS, He is fully p «pared to keep on hapd one of the largest and most, varied assortment of til. above artices to be found in the city of Baton Rouge. With his increased and increasing facilities fi.r obtaining and storing merchandize he is enabled to mpetnll present and future demands, and there fire invites the special 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 sill permit, to secure a lib ral §h*re of regular patronage. f"4J r ~ Please call before purchasing elsewhere aiiglO-tf JOHN TIL A NO, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Having established himself au r ain In the above business, in Haton Rouge, most, respectfully informs his old friends and the public generally, that he is prepared to do nil work in his line. All rofinlrliiK attended to with ftrapatrh Bhop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. autfl-tf M. J. WILLIAMS, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet iron, HAVING established himself in the above business, in this city, re. spcctfully solicits the public patronag Oitiïens, I'laoters and others, needing work in his line,will please send in their orders,and they will be promptly attended to. Work guaranteed Shop adjoining, and North of Beai's Variety Store, oo Third street. julyl JAMES McVAY , ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tf T I M) S. B. (SO II LE Y & CO., No. O, PERDIDO STREET, (adjoiniso m1s0ki0 büiloiso,) OFFICE, No. 1*8. ORAVIKR STIIBKT, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Circular Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable Steam Engines, Circular Cross Cut Mil) and Mu ley Saws, Corn Mills, Wheat Mills, And Bolting Apparatus, Shafting Pnllies And Belting. ail dtsohiptioss of PLANTATION MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A feil supply of CANE CARTS, PLANTA TION AND ROAD WAGONS, TIMBER WHEELS AND WHBELttARROWS, From the well known Factory of JOSHUA BODLE V, WHEELING, VA. Wi have aonnected with extensive Foundries and Machine Shops in St. Louisi Louisville, Cin cinnati and Pittsburg, through which we are prs pared to contract for any class of machinery, on most favorable terms, and deliver anywhere north fit New Orleans, free of freight. THOS. H. BODLEY & CO. oetSl-y N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. w. s. pi sa jr m . LmrtfRiJ.......A bîiotosb , PIKE, LAPEYRE & BROTHER, BANKERS, »KALKSS IK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, STOCKS. COIN AND XJIsrOXJirinEISrT NOTES. OFFICE ON CA M r STREET, Between Canal and Common Streets, New Orleans, La. decl7-y 1. 1. WARBEN. T. W. OKAWFOItD. WARREN & CRAWFORD, (ßueoessor» to Warren, Gillmort* k Co.,) COTTON FACTORS —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No, 29 oaftondklkt street, Julyll-6m* NEW ORLEANS,'LA. R. PRITCHARD, [Formerly Prltchard k Flow»".] COTTON FACTOR —A JO COMMISSION MERCHANT, Ho. 53 Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. ifli V N' i __ ! ' ' ï Mr Liberal flash Advances arid Pnpfilies fur nished on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, Ac., to his address. n Reference!* i ' FttqoA k K ïi.botthsk- | I 'ikb, L apstbb A bbothbr Baton Rouge, La. / New Orleans, La. aug8-Gm MAYER llllOTflJERS, Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works Nos 49 and 61 LAFâYErTK STR FC KT, Sales R immii —IVo, 61 lV.li«upl(«ulss St. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51TCIIOUPITOULAS STKEET, between POVDRAS AND natchez, New Orleans, I.a. tlBAL'.HR IK jj"af * onewinfj . 4 manufacturer? ok Smoking Tobacco and Cigare. A heavy well selected stock constantly on hand. july29*tf NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTRES STREBT, Between Canal and Ciimt^niliouse. 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, Ac., FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all widths and qualities. MATTING, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, CornioeB and Bands. TABLE and PIANO (70VERS, RUGS, MATS, ENAMEL CLOTHS, Of various qualities and colors. COCOA MATTING and MATS, HAIR CLOTH, Ac., &., &c. All of which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturer's prices, frr cash. ang8-ly A. BROUSSEAU & CO. FANCY GOODS ! F AM GOODS!! GUÉBLÉ & GOURSAUD, 137 Canal Street 137 DIRECT IMPORTERS OF FRENCH, ENGLISH &KEKMA\ FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, «tea. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform country buyers, that we are now prepared to show them the most complete and best selected stock of FANCY GOODS in this city. A full assortment of BERLIN ZEPHYRS—warranted. Bffl/TS and BUCKLES, COMBS and BRUSHES, of all sorts. TUB BEST FRENCH CORSETS, french peiifum eriks, And KID GLOVKS. A full line of ORESS TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS, ETC. Come and «»mine onr splendid Stock, which has been selected by our Mr. GUÉBLÉ himseif, in Paris and Germany, so we may recommend it for the quality and taste of the goods, as well as the ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, We are enabled to sell them for. rvSCH4SK HOt.'SS Ut PA*I9 : NO. 12 FAUBODRG POISSOINNIKRE. GUÉBLÉ «t GOURSAUD, ■eptao 137 Canal «met, I ToufOBaildJaga. | Ite tiiSNEHAL NEWS. The expenses of the late Sfsfo Con vention of Mississippi were 814,500. Of this sura $000 were paid for daily newspapers. A petition of 600 ladies of Colum bus, Miss., has been forwarded to President Johnson in behalf of Mr. Davis. A gentleman in Scotland has train ed a couple of mice, und invented machinery for enabling them to spin cotton yam. Tht) work is done on the treadmill principle. The Herald's Washington spécial says that, directions have been issued by the War Department to stop all gates of army wagons and all else in the line Df transportation. Col. Calvin Fillmofe, uncle of Mil lard Fillmore, died in East Aurora, Erie county, New York, ou the 22d alt-, aged ninety years. He was born in Bennington, Vermont, in 1775; removed to Cayuga county in 1707; to Erie county in 1807, and to the place of Iii» ,death in 1820. He com niàndcd a company in 1812, was a member of the assembly in 1825, and ai ways held in high estimation. Garritt Davis and Brutus Clay hav ing sued General/aimer and Brisbin for abducting slaves, a counter suit has b en brought before the Freed mcn's Bureau against Davis and Clay tor holding blacks to labor without pay, thus violating the laws of the United «States, The Indianapolis Sentirrl, speak ing of the tt'ial of Mr. Davis, says that Ü he were convicted and executed, posterity would .revere the sentence and coudenin hi's judges as murder ers. Dr. Chapin's church, in New York has bt-en purchased for SI 10,000, for tliq purpose of converting it into a cir ous, A correspondent of the Albany Argus sa y s that a bet is offered of 510,000 in gold, that the Democratic ticket will be elected. A Lotoo L ook A head .—A co temporary turns his visage to the fu turo and the in misty distance of two hundred yoars, sees and describes the following : Scene—House of a citizen of New York. Time—A. D.,2056. A télégraphie m essaga has been sent to a servant, who presents himself at the window in a balloon. Master—John, go to South Ameri ca and tell Mr. Johnson that 1 shall be happy to have him sup with me this evening. Never mind your coat, go right away. In five minutes John returned. John—Mr. Johnson says he will come ; he is obliged to go to the North Pole for a moment, and will call hero as he comes back. Master—Very well, John ; now you may wind up the machine for setting the table, and telegraph to my wife that Mr. Johnson will be here present ly. After that, John, you may dust out my balloon—1 w.l! have ao ap pointment in Londoa at 12 o > clock. John disappears to execute these orders, whiie his master steps down lo the West Indies to get a fresh orange. teë^The following suggestion, worthy the attentive consideration of business men, appears in the Boston Advertiser : " Why may not the safe-keeping of Government bonds, or othor secu rities payable to bearer, be made a part of the business of insurance com panies ? It is of the nature of insur ance, and might be made profitable at a very low rate of premium." KirA game-keeper on a Scotch moor recently trapped a large fox, and finding it to all appearance dead, he removed it from the trap and threw it aside while he rebaited the trap, when, to his astonishment the fox scampered off up the hill and escaped. tkir A church in Springfield adver tises for members. No more improper, than was the reply of a church com mittee in a Connecticut town, who, when a very iiißueotial but irreligi ous man applied for membership, blandl >' assured him that the church WM full«