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■al m :H )B:n ■ < 'J it« I /Hi OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANjDH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. vyM , '" VOL. XLVII. BATON EOUGE, LA., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1865. NO. 57. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. j'Ô. FUQUA, 1 J.G. K1LB0"RNE, . Baton Rouge, La. ) Ci in ton, La. FUQUA k KILBOURNE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, WILL practice In the Courts of the Pariahe« of Käst and Weit Baton Rouge, Iberville and East and West Feliciana. au^l DIJNM & HEBRON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Baton Kooge, La. WILL attend to all business in their profession entrusted to them, in this and the adjoining parishes, and in this city of New Orleans. aug!7-t thomas orken davimoh tom bïhum. Davidson & Bynum, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ofllee at Baton Rouge, La. it ill practice in tub courts of the w Florida Parishes. septlO-tf j. ü. 0 w. bocks**. STAFFORD & BICKNER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office, Cor. Laurel A Third Sts, up-stairs, BATO.V RUUGE, LA. WILL practice in the parishes of East FelicUna, East and West Baton Rouge and Iberville. Bunini-ss entrusted to them will reoeive prompt attention. seot23 J. W. BURGBëS. *• *• CHANEY. BURiiESS & CIIANEY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE ON en une H STREET, BET. CONVENTION * NORTH 800LKVARD, Baton Rougi'. I.». ANY business entrusted to their care in the par ishes of East and West Baton Rouge, East and West Feliciana, I'ointe Coupée and Iberville, will be promptly attended to. sept2. SAMUEL P. GREVES, ATTORNEY AT LAW Fiorliln Street, Baton ltouge, La. WILL attend to ail business entrusted to him in East Baton Rouge and theadjoi. ingpar. ishes. sepl.TO R. W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, HAS made arrangements in New Orleans and Washington City for the successful prosecution and collection of CLAIMS AGAINST TUB GOVERNMENT. Office on the corner of Fifth and Laurel streets au g8 BATON ROUGE, LA. CLAYTON B. EVATT. Civil Engineer —a no«— CITY SURVEYOR, Offloe with R. W. K nicksruocker , Esq., (: or lier of Fi f tit und Luurvl Htreetx, TIA ION ROUGE, LA. WILL attend promptly to all proleseiona! busi ness entrusted to him. aug29-4m W. W. McMAIN k SON, REAIj ESTATE BROKERS, Accountants & General Agents, auy l2-8m BA TON ROUGE. LA. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SECOND WARD, Parish of East Baton Itonge. OFFICE, COR. THIRD AND LAUREL 8T8., up-8ta1ks, OVER T1IÏ 8t7h billiard 8al00s. F. A. NEPHLER, Justice of the Peace, WARD No. ONE, Office on BoulHVArd, foot of Third Street. HAVING resumed buainens, I am ready to at tend to nil bualneas and suits, within the earliest delays ®f the law. v aprE DR. KRATZ, OFFICE ON LAllHEL STllEET, BETWEEN THIRD AND CHURCH, [Opposite Mrs. Jone,»' Boarding House,) junî-t-tf BATON ROUGE, I.A. _ Or. 1). L. McKitrick, SURGEON DENTIST, OFFICE ON CONVENTION STREET, EPISCOPAL PARSONAGE BUILDING, In the rear of Kpiscopal Church, declT BATON ROUGE, LA. Teeth Extracted Without Pain, AND NO HUMBUG! DU. D. L. M cK I TRICK respect fully announces to the pub lic, t .at he is prepared by means' of an electrical application, to ex tract teeth without pain. This process has been repeatedly tested by him, and not in a sinele in stance has there been a failure. sept2&-if COLLECTING AGESCV. A.LI' CLAIMS AOAINST THE U. S.GOVERN MENT FOR DAMAGES TO PROPERTY, LOSS OF HOUSES AND CATTLE AND DESTRUCTION OF CROPS, Ha., WILL HE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO WHEN ENTRUSTED TO ME. W1I.LIAM «II,, Office at my residence, s ept l9-ltw-tf Batom Kougb, La. SOMETHING NEW. T)EST QUALITY ILLUMINATING AND LÜBRI 1) CATING COAL OILS, in 6 and 10 gallon Pat ent Safety Cans. Prices moderate. au S 12 JOSHUA BEAL. ONIONS AND POTATOES. -| - BARRELS. New Crop, at retail or by the bbl !•) Prices less than in New Orleans. july'/î joshüabkal. JAS. F. GOLDEN k CO., DKALKK0 IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, BAGGING, HOPE —AND— Plantation Supplies Generally, Laurel St.. bet. Lafayette and Third, octT-lro-pd] BATON ROUGH, LA. «f. Jackson, COTTON BUYER ,-And -N COMMISSION MERCHANT, CASH ADVANCES MADE ON Shipments to his Friends in R. 0. and N. Y. Office Corner of Isi.urel aud Third Street«, (under tflk v brandau botet.,) aug12 B ATON ROUGE, LA. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DEALKB IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —AND— IFAjMIXTSr SU^FI^EES, C ornkr L afayette and F lorida 8trsikt8, junelî RATON ROUGE, I.A. JULIUS O. BOGEL,, COMMISSION MERCHANT, \q and dealer iii Plantation and Family Supplies, cor. main and lafayette 8ti^ Julyl3 BATON ROUGE^LA, F. L. TERPINITZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, € 0 M M I S S 10 X M E Rt! Il AST, FRONT LEVEE, BATON ROUGE, L A. JAMES Me VA Y, HARDWARE MERCHANT and dealer in Agricultural Implements, 4 WINDOW SHADES, W Al|. PAPER, ETC. (1ALLS respectfully the attention of the J public to his large and excellent stock of goods purtaining to his lino of merchandise. lie be speaks a liberal share of public patronage Store on Third street, opposite the building ot the Louisiana State Bank. ju>yl . J. KOWALSKI, Laurel St., bet. Lafayette and Third Sts., dba leb in fashion able and well-made MEN AND BOYS' Spring and Summer Clothing -and STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. KESPECTFULLY invites public atten tion to his present and accumulating stock In trade, consisting of all grades, from the Digest down to medium, and low-priced CLOTHING; STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. Call and examine for yourselves his assort ment, which is the largvst and best now offered in the city, and on terms the Most satisfactory. July! WASHINGTON HOTEL, John Gass, Proprietor, OPPOSITE ACADEMY HAI.L, St. Louis street BATON ltO(JOE,LA. fcft.The best of Wiu«s, Liquor« and Cigars kept at the flar. juîy22-fcf SUMTER HOUSE. CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Corner of Main and Third streets, baton bulge, la. The bar is furnished with the very best WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBACCO. F. PERRILLAT, Watchmaker A' Jeweler, FROM GENEVA AND PARIS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELKY, REPAIRED AT SHORT NOTICE, IN THE VERY URST 8TTI.E. THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY, ALWAYS ON HAND. Lafayette Street, Baton Itoagr, La. K. FSCYN. kobt. L. PBtlTN. PRUYN & BRO„ CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND Press Bulldors BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at Jastremstl A McOormlck's Drug Stars will meet prompt attention. Julyl-flm GROCERY —■amd— PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. E. R. BECKWITH. raiRD ST., CORNER OF LAUREL, BATON ROUGE, LA. CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVKRY VARIETY 0* PLANTATION SUPPLIES. ÇW Planters and other« would do veil to call before purcha ing elsewhere. Cotton bought al highest market rate*. julyO-Smos. JOSHUA BEAL, Corner of Third and Convention Sts., BATON ROUGE, LA. oenkbal bbalbb » WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Supplies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. TRICES TO SUIT THE TIME8. ty Terms Cash. julyl M. GRANARY, dealeb IN WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY GROCERIES -and Plantation Supplies Generally. BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public at iar«e, that he will keep on hand fresh and full supplies of all articles In the provision line, which he will sell on terms to suit the cash basis of trad*. A liberal share of pat ronage is respectfully solicited, at bis stand on Third street. julyl NICHOLAS y AX, DEALER IN y WESTERN PRODUCE . -and FAMIIiY GROCERIES. IS constantly receiving, direct from the West and other quarters, every species of arti cle required for Family or Plantation use. He has Increased facilities for obtalhlng supplies, and Is determined t» keep up with the demands of his customers, and to deal with them satisfac torily on the score of quality and price—his motty being ... "I^ulck Sales anil Small Profits.,' Mr. R. HOFFMAN, well known to our citlHDs, wiU be found ' behind ths 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 yon. julyl-tf A. BLUM. dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PEÜV1SIONS, And Plantation Supplies Generally. ALSO, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD k WILLOW WABE Store, Cor. Africa acd St. Napoleon 8ts,, BATOW HOUGE, LA. DETERMINED to keep a full anfl well selected stock of articles such as g* to make up a first-rate variety store, A. BLUM hopes to merit and receive an lucreased amount af pat ronage. Ue respectfully Invites his old customer* and the public at large, to continue their calls as usual, assuring them of his determination to please and satisfy them In every particular. ju!y6-tf CAMILLO QU1NTER0, DEALER IN HAVANA CIGARS, GIOAKETXAS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corner of Third and Florida streets, BATON IIOIXJK, LA. IN addition to hislarge assortment of the best brands and oualities of all articles in the line of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO QUINTKHO, keeps aiso on hand a choice variety of "Notions," such as fine Pocket Knives, Stationery, etc., to which he invites public attention, guaranteeing to give satisfaction to all customers. julyl-tf Baton Rouge Marble U erks.f J. SMOJLLiEN & Co., MANUFACTURERS OF TOMBS, MONUMENTS, HEAD-STQNifiS, MANTELS, ETC., Corner of Main and Church streets, jaljU BATON ROUGK, LA. a. a. AKOIIKB. .1 wh. HSNDEBSON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, FOKWAKDING & COMMISSION ^TETR.OKC-A.isr'rs, /—an»—, GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION ( v . — AID PURCHASING AGENTS, Third street, Baton Rouge, La. xkfkk a* permission to .* Capt. P. p. Pratt, I Capt Jno. McLean, N. 0. " W. B. Richardson, j H. W. Taylor, N. 0. E. K. Beckw 1th, Baton Ilouge, La. auglO JAMES J. DÜNDASS, WHOLES ALB AND RKTAIL DE A I.BR III GROCERIES, —AJfD— WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. "CITY rBAKEZEVSy» OORNHR OF MAIN AND LEVEE STREETS, BATON ROUGE, LA. F. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, v —AND—' II WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, O OCEEXES, r—AND—\ PLANTATION SUPPLIES;^ WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE, and all kinds OT WESTERN PROD UCE, ■ ; Received per steamers almost daily. V. O tto respe:tfully announces to hl« friends and customers and the public generally, that his ■tore having been removed fron, 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 Itally p-epared to keep on band one of the largest and most varied assortment-* of the above artices to be fouad in the city of Baton Rouge. With his Increased and increasing facilities for obtalnlttfr arid storing merchandise, he Is euabled to meut all present and future demands, and there f&re'ih'vltek 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 lib nl share of regular patronage. pT Please call before purchasing elsewhere a"glO-tf I JOHN TILANO, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Irons HAVINQ established himself again in the above business, in Baton Rouge, most respectiully informs his old friend* and the public generally, that he is prepared to do all work in his line. All repairing attended to With despatch. Shop od Maifi street, near the Catholic Church. aagl-tf M. J. WILLIAMS, worker in Tin, Copper and Sheet Irons HAVING established himself in the al>ove business, in this city, re' spectfully solicits the public patronag _ dftizens, Planters and others, needing work in his line,will please seed in their orders,and they will be promptly attended to. Work guaranteed. Bhop adjoining, and North of Beat's Variety Store, on Third street. julyl JAMES McVAY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA. tQ. Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tf THOS. B. BODLEY & CO., No. O, PERDIDO STREET, (adjoinisü masonic bdilohto,) OFFICE, No. l!tB, GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Circular Saw Mills, Statiouarj andfortable Steam Engines, Circular Cross Cut Mill and Mu ley Saws, Corn Mill«, Wheat Mills, And Bolting Apparatus, Shafting Pullies And Belting. all dgbcbiptionb or PLANTATION MACHINERY AND agricultural implements WK KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A full supply of CANE CARTS, PLANTA TION AND ROAD WAGONS, TIMBER WHEELS AND WHEELBARROWS, From the well known Factory of JOSHUA BODLEY, WHEELING, VA. Wg have connected with extensive Fojndrles ana Machine Shops In St. Louis, Louisville, Cin cinnati and Pittsburg, through which we are pre pared to contract for any class of machinery, on most favorable terms, and deliver anywhere north »f New Orleans, free ot freight. TH08. H. BODLEY & CO. oct81-y N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. w. ». Mis.. .........j. ù. tirrritM.......... à. broths*. PIKE, LAPEYRE k BROTHER, BANKERS, bia1.khs v* FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS. STOCKS. COIN AND xjra-otjrreisrr îstoteq. OFFICE ON CAMP STREET, Between Canal and Common Streets, New Orleans, La. declT-jr i.i. wabbkk. t. w. oäawfobd. WARREN & CRAWFORD, (Successor# to Warren, Gfllmore k Co.,) COTTON FACTORS —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 29 CARONPKLKT 8TRJSBT, Julyll-6m» MEW ORLEANS, LA. R. PRITCHARI). [Formerly Pritchard k Flower.] COTTON FACTOR —AND— COMMISSION MEKCHANT, No. 53 Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. . t r, t ^. H7 Liberal Cash Advances and Supplies fur nished on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, Ac., to his address. References i F dqo a A K ilbo de ns , ) Pis », L apïtjiï * B rothck ilaton Rouge, La.J New Orleans, La. augö-6m ,i :c i; MAYER BROTHER*, Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works Nos. 49 and 61 LAFAYEITE STREET, Sale* Room—.Vo. si Tchoupltoalas St. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET, BETWKEN PQYDRAS AND NAICUIEZ, New Orleans, La. clALtRa is J ^KAF k CHEWING, * MANUFACTURERS OF Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. ' ' A heavy well selected stock constantly on hand. jai'/ii-tf NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CÉARTRES STREET, Between Canal and Customhouse. We have on band and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, SUCH AS— MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRUSSELS, TAPESTUT, 3-PLY, INGRAIN, VENETIAN, * HEMP, COTTAGE, &c., FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all widths and qualities. MATTING, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, Cornices and Bands, TABLE and PIANO COVERS, RUGS, MATS, ENAMEL CLOTHS, Of various qualities and colors, COCOA MATTING and MATS, HAIR CLOTH, &c., &c. AH of which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturer's prices, for caih. #ng8 -]y A. BROUSSEAU k CO. ÏAÏCY GOODS ! FANCY GOODS ! !! GUEBLE & GOURSAUD, 1 37.... '!.....Canal Street 137 DIRECT IMPORTERS OF french, english & german FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS, HosxBmr, a so. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY In(o»m country buyers, that we are now prep tred to show them the most complete and best selected stock of FANCY GOODS in tijis city. A full assortment of BERLIN ZEPHYRS—warranted. BELTS and BUCKLES, COMBS and BRUSHES, of all sorts. THE BEST FRENCH C0K8KTS, FRENCH PEHFUMKRIES, And KID GLOVES. A full line of dress trimmings, buttons, etc. Come and examine our splemlid stock, which has been selected by our Mr. GUKBLK himself, in Paris and Germany, so we may recommend it lor the quality and taste of the goods, as well as the astonishingly low prices, We are enabled trt sell them for. ' POgCaABE hoosb ÎBT pam8 : NO. 12 FAUBOURG P0I880INNIERB. GUÉBLÉ & GOURSAUD, 137 Canal street, septSG Toaro Buildings GENERAL NEWS. John Venting, a mason's laborer, of Wellington, England, whilst at work wan astounded at receiving the news that he had fallen heir to £18, 000 sterling. Report says be drop ped the trowel and made tracks on the Grst train for London. We don't blame him. Seaweed is being utilized in Eng land as an insulator for submarine cable, and answers admirably. While the ocean destroys nearly everything submerged in it, seaweed, being its natural offspring, is preserved by res toration to its native element. In the University of Virginia one hundred and seventy students, an un usually large number, have been mat. riculated in the academical depart ment; forty-fiva in the school of law ; and twenty- five in the school of med icine. Letters from Havana represent thft during the first week of October, trem endous floods and hurricanes were ex perienced all over the Island ; business was suspended aud the inhabitants shut themselves up in their houses. The city authorities of Selma, Ala, have tendered an invitation to the Eng lish capitalists, now on a tour of obser vation through the United States, to visit Selma. W« trust that they will examine ail our Southern railroads be fore they return to their own country. The Herald's Washington special says the fifty dollar counterfeits are so sucessful that about a dozen of them have been paid over the counter at the Treasury. The vpteran treasurer, Spin ner, acknowledges himself puzzled to distinguish the good from the bad. The 8#iss have lately tak«n to light ing up their world-renowned cataracts at night with Bengal lights. CrowdB flock to Sbaffhausen to Mayringen and Brienz, to the fall of the Rhine, the Giesbacb, and the upper and lower Reiohenbachs thus trioked out. It is understood that Gen. Long street, who arrived in Washington on Wednesday, is earnestly desirous of obtaining pardon, in order to be a can didate fpr Governor, or take the Pres idency of an express company. A St, Louis photographer succeed ed in getting some excellent photo graphic views of the recent solar ec lipse, at three different stages of ob scuration. The quaterma8ter's department bas realized between 80,000,000 and 88, 000,000 from the Bale of useless arms and appurtenances. The discharge of employes in the Treasury and Pay Departments in Washington is taking place to make vacancies for the soldiers. Hon. Howell Cobb has taken up bis residence at Macon Ga., with the in tention of practicing his profession. An order, supplementary to one no ticed few days ago, has been issued by the War Deparment, direoting that our iron-elad vessels be pat io order and gotten reudy for sea at the earli est possible period. A F rightened P arient . —Mr. B. Brown, an old gentleman, residing in the interior of England, lately open ed by mistake a letter addressed from London, to bis son B. Brown, who is writing a sensation novel, yet un published. The old Governor's hor ror on reading the following, may be imagined : Dear Bob —You really must show more caution in constructing your plots, or the Governor will be sure to discover the dead body of Geraldine in the cellar, and then your secret will be outv "You consulted me about the strychnine. 1 certainly think you are giving it to him in rather large doseB, and if I were you, I would not have two illegitimate children. One is quite sufficient. "Let Emily put her mother in the mad house. It will answer your purposes well to have the old girl out of the way. "I think your forgery is for too small a sum. Make it three thou sand. "Leave the rest of your particular ly nice family to me. I will finish them off, and Bend you back the "Fatal Dagger,".afterwards, book post, Yours, J ack. 8®* The Burnette House, of Cin eiuuHti. was sold on Saturday to Capt. Silas Miller, for «500,000. Mr. Mil ler intends patting another etor; to it.