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o t y . u •>^ j ^ u À DV pauIiJ „ uoial^ôG ooayvoT? Sasttaqml ,.,ij -,,ii,. yir/oo^i:» •• 44 # i> ' * ia; vi wAsii OFFICE ON TÎÎIRÎ^ ST*RB1B3^ <ddP|I^OSStTE THE BB AN0H OF THE LOtTlSIA^NA STATE BA NK. VOL. XT.VII. BATON ROUGE. LA., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1865 ,TJ:I aw-MT aaiiaiaaj'i «i . s u bksituj . ill,'..,j : •iota ; : : : : : ' t0'f ><»>I . . 60. BHi PROFESSIONAL CARDS., J.0.FÜQUA, l^ftJUi-BOdfiNIVil Baton Rouge, La. J Clinton, La. FUQUA à KILBOURTSK, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, WILL practica in the Uourti of the Parishes of East and Went Baton Bouge, Iberville and East and Weat Feliciana. »<^1 IH ^ & IIERRO.\, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, court ab use square, Baton Honsel Ln. WILL attend to all buKinem in th«ir profession entrusted to them, in thi« and the adjoining parishes, and in the city of New Orlean*. augl7~t L THOMAS (ÏRtKS DAVIDSOS TOM BYKEM. Davidson & Bynum, ATTORNEYS ATLAW, Office at Baton Rougi-, La. xrrihh PRAOTICE TN THE CODRT-S OF TUE W Florida Parikbes. septl9-tfj 1. 0. STAFFORD .....0. W. BOCK«**. STAFFORD & BÜCHER, ATTORNEY^ AT LAW, Office, Cor, Laurel k Third 8ts., up-stair», BATON llOUOE, LA, WILL practice in the parishes of East Feliciana, East and Went Baton Kouge and Iberville. Business entrusted to them will rective prompt attention. , y .. . . ,e P t23 i. W. BCR0I1Ü8 *. CHAKCT. BCRGESS & CHANEY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, office on church street, BET. C0NV1NTI0» a NORTH BOULEVARD, Baton Kougre, La. ANY business entrusted to their care in the par ishes of Kant and West Baton Kouge, East and West Feliciana, Pointe Coupée and Iberville, will be promptly attended to. sept2. SAMUEL P. GREVES, ATTORNEY AT LAW Florida Street, Baton Kouge, La. WILL attend to all buslne** entrurted to kbn in East Baton Rouge and the adjoining par ishes. iept.10 C. D. FAVROT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, court ffoujse square, , Baton Kouge, La. WILL prasticeln the Parishes of East and West Bat jn Rouge and Iberville. Prompt attention will be given to the collection of all claims, notes and accounts. Reference* s , W. 8. P ik«, J osïi h M «sard , ) „ ortean« , VÔIHIBf ft DaociT; We l r J. A d. R ozieb, n,r2-tt R. W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, HAS made arrangements in New Orleans and Washington City for, the «ncc«esfo! proscculion. and collection of CLAIMS AGAINST THK GOVERNMENT. Office ob the corner of Fifth and Laufel street» aug8 BATON ROUGE, LA. (LAITON B. EV ATT. Civil Engineer —AND— CITY SURVEYOR, Office with R. W. K mokerbockkr , Esq., ç«rn;rof t'iftli and Lauri'l street*, )ia tön rouoe, la. WILL attend promptly to all professional busi ness entrusted to him. «ug2»-4m H, W. Mr MMN & SON, REAL, estate brokers, Accountants 8c General Agents, aupl2-#m BATON ROtJGE, LA. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SÉcbND WARD } Parleh of Knut Bnton linage. OFFICE, COR. THIRD AND LATJREL STS., UP -8TAIRS, OVER THE SDN BILLIARD SALOON. F. A. NEPHLER, Justice of the Peace, WAR D2To.~XtN,E, I , Office on Boulevard, foot of Third Street. n AVING resumed business, I am ready to at tend to all busings and suits, within the earliest delays «f the law. apr* DR. KRATZ, OFFICE ON I, AUREL STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND CHURCH, (Opposite Mrs. Jones' Boarding House,) jun24-tf BATON ROUGE, LA. Dr. 1). L. Mcki trick, SURGEON DENTIS T, OFFICE ON CONVENTION STREET, EPISCOPAL PARSONAGE BUILDING, In the rear of Episcopal Church, declT batoff rouqjl, la, Teeth Extracted Without Pain, AND NO IIUMBUG! DR. D. L. M MttTRTCK reï/en fully announce* to the pub lic, t .at he is prepared by iuean«i of an electrical application, to ex tract t»»eth without pain. This procé«* fen's ! b*#n repeatedly tested by him, aud nut in a single in stance has there been a failure. eept26-if COLLECTING AGENCY. All claims against the u. s. govern - MKNT FOR DAMAGES TO PROPERTY, I,OSS OF HOUSES AND 0A'B'CI.K AND DESTRUCTION OF CROPS, 4c., WILL RK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO WHEN ENTRUSTED TO ME. " WIULlADf GIL, Office at my residence, * ept l9 - ltw - if R ato > Rooo «, L a. „ A. 8. ABCHiiB. m- U i . WM. HKNDEBSOïL, ARCHER & IIENDERhOSya FQPyf ItDItfO &_ÇO^IS^IOH. 3S/CEK,C£T-Â-3STTS, to t —AND—\ GENERAL STEA.MÜ'/AT, C(ÎLf,ECTION ' ilH : Ja J £-*8000 Y HO. ' FURO H A S J N G AOENTS, Third atrcrl, Union Itougr, I.n. BE/ro HT »a;, j, ; : 't Capt. P. t). Pratt, | Capt .Ino.McXerfn, N.O< " W. li. Richardson..) H W Taylor, N. 0. j E. R. Beckwith. Baton Rouge, La. augIO augn M. Jackson , COTTO^' BUYER , ^-And— , COMMISSION MERCHANT, OASrt AÏIVANCES MA OH ON Shipments to his Friends in N. 0. and N. Ï. Office Comer of Laurel and Third Streets, ( o & eA the VEtti^bin ïkrki) augl»< . .. ». BATON ROUGE, LA; SIMON. MENDEISOIM, BÇAJ.KP.IN . GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —AH»— FAMILY SXJI^FI^EBS, CORsaa L ai atktte asp ïIorida Stbs:bts, , junelT ISAXON KOUGE, LA. JAMES J. DUN DASS, JLk TQJD WnOLEäALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN GROCERIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco à tigars. "CITY BAKERY," CORNER OF MAIN AND LEVEE STREETS, BATON'KOCCE41i*«i JULIUS Ö; ÊdÔEL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND DKALKIi I« Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE STS., Ilrci ! juijl3 BATON KOUGE, LA. F. L. TElt^INtTZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, COMMISSION" M BRCIIANT, X CE titäNT x fPVŒtii '■ C BATON KOUGE, LA._ JAMES MeVAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Agricultural Implements, WINDOW SHADBS, WALL PAPER, KST»'. CALLS respectfully the attention of the public to hin larL'e and excellent stock of goods pertaining to hin linn of merchandise. He b# speaks a liberal .shar»j <>t public patronage. Store on Third «trcet, opposite the bulTdintf ol the LouiBiana State bank. ju yl F. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, N —AND—' U«| wholesale and retail DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, (-AND~, ' 1 PLANTATION SUPPLIES; win ^ s'," t;i Qifr bus, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, . CR0CKEBY AND TIN WARE, : VI/ t AND ALU KINDS OF W E S T E RN PROI) UCE, Received .per steamers almost daily, x F. O tto resp^ tfully announces to his. fritjnds and custooiers an«l the public genernlty, tnat hi«i atoie having been removed Iron, its former stand, adjoining Day's Drug store, to Lb© lafgw store anc* warehouse buiMirag, ON XUB öO^Xil, KAST C0UNER0F THIRD AND UVUL STREETS, - * > He in fully p' eparwl to k«ep on hand one of tha larir»Ht and most varied asBortmenrs of the above artl««»to be f«uml in tlvtr>.|tpof Baton iRfcuk'e, With his increased and incre/i'ing facilities foil obtaining »rrd »tnrinfr m*ri^W»icfii». he is enabled to uie^tftij preientand future deuia^da. aud th^fte for« lîjVltes the sp'cial attention qf cprchaB.-rj to that fact, hoping by à spirit of acoamtnodatiolt to please ail. and to always sell on as reasonable terms as the state at the markets, will permit, to secure a lib raJ share of regular patronage. . Please call before purchasing elsMTfaier* »Ogl0-tf GKOOERY —A KD 1 — A i • ~ r v; / PROVISION H0ÜSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. B. R. BBCKWITH, 'H* 1 $, ' ' S '' " third st., corner of laurel, BATON ROUGE, LA. : « v \l CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERY VARIETY Of ■ ,,, • ! PLANTATION 81'PPI.IKS, py~ Planters and others woujd do well to call before purcha ing elsewhere. Cotton bought at highest market rates* julyC-Ômos. : JOSHUA BE AL, / Comer of Third and' tJön»ention Sts., BATON ROÙGE, LA. ,.| . ,j SBNBIÇAi" Mi*lî!R IN WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Supplies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Terms Casta. julyl M. GBANAEY, DEAT.KR IN WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY GIIOGK1UES -AND Plantation Supplies Generally. BEGS leave to inform his friends &nd ( the public at large, that he will keep on hand fritth and fall supplias of all articles ln the. provision line, which he wilfcsell on terms to suit the caah basis of trade. A liberal share of pat ronage Is respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third street.' julyl NICHOLAS WAX, X • DBAIBB IN •' WESTERN PRODUCE '. -AND famit I y groceries. IS' COTistantly receiving, direct from the West and pUiqr ijnarters, every Bpecie* of artl çtè reau»éd .loi f ,1 h: ! I i Family or Plantation use. He has Increased faoSUtles for ohtalhlng supplies, and Is determined te keep up with the demand« of his customers, and to deal with them satisfac torily on the score of quality and price— hl« motto being "4ukk Sal«« ntxl Small Profit*..' Mr. K. HOFFMAN, well known to onr citiiens, will be found "behind 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-tf .. A. BLUM. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ÏKOyiSIONS, Aud Plantation Supplies Generally, , I ALSO, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARE Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon Sts., BATON ROUGE, LA. Determined to keep » full and weil selected stock of articles such as g» to make up a flrstrirte 1 variety «tore, A. BLUM hopes to merit and reêelVé an increased amount at pat ronage. Ile respectfully 1'nviteB his old customers and the public at large, to continue their calls as usual, assuring them of his determination to plça«,) and satisfy the» in every particular. july6-tf "CAMILLO QUINTER0, HAVANA CIGARS, OX'GARETTAS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES. ETC., Ççrner of Third and Florida streets, baton kouge,la. J ZO — IN addition to his large assortment of the best brand* »od uualttie« of all artielM In the line of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO QUINTEBO, keeps aiso on band a choice variety of "Notion»," such as Ine Poeket Knives, Stationery, etc., to whieh he invites public attention, guaranteeing ito gWsl R*tH(factie« to all eastomers. Julyl-tf Baton Rdtige Marble Werks 'A "iris. . —■ J. SMOLLEN & Co., VA^UFACTUHaBS Of ,f0XBÜ. MOIïUnEMTS, HEAD-8T0N158, MANTELS, ETC., Oöroer of Main and Choroh »treets, jaly25 BATON ROUGE. LA* j't- »i»»iii -ifiT«f <>iJt vi o IN THE SOÎTTH, Removed from Wo. 10 Old IieVee, . hi 'i i;II 't 1'ii ' Corner of entier St. a&d Bank Place > noilftailqqB no— mm grHDfir.la j .,!H. CAftSUyvy SAIL 'I H TENT ( AWNING AND Flag Manufactory. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IM EVmiY DESCRIPTION OP AMËÎ&CAN AND ENGLISH Light and Heavy Canvass, F RENCH m ENGLISH BUMîifiS, ht. Pays strict ktitntion to making. In a superior manner, all sorts of Kancy Boat f n.d Yacht Sail* ; also every N description of Wood and Iron Frame Awnings,for Stores, Oalleria*,Office*, Steamboats, etfy, at jpoderats prices. ; KVJCRY DESCRIPTION OP O-A^yEIF FUKNITURE, SUCH iS Portable Oamp Cots, Chairs, Stool«, Always on hand in any quantity. AL8D ÏTEKY DESCRIPTION OP American, Foreign & Fancy Flags, rr&)e! Steamboats' Sf Ship«' Burgees, JACK PMKANTS, ETC. > -v.t. riiiinv B»"»« i' 1 «Iii on han>. and made to order. Pail Ropes, Slings, etc., spliced and furnished at a moment's notice. Block* of every description •frapped. ; ; r j TRUNKS NEATLY COVERED. N. B Particular attention paid to getting op, in superior style and finish, a l «ort* of Plain or Fancy Embroidered 811k Flag* or Banner*, for Military or other Companie*; and also to the Manufacturing of Circus Tent*, having bad much experience in t^Ätlin«; . All articles of danvase will be warranted proof against rot or mildew. nov2-y TH0S. Be B0DLEÎ & CO., No. 9. PERDIDO STREET, (iDJOINIBO MA90SIC BOILUISO,) OFFICE, No. 128, GRAVIER STREET, new orleans, la. Circular Saw Mills, Statiouarj and PorUble Steam Engine*, Circular Cros* Cut Mill and Mu ley Saw*, Corn M ills. Wheat Mills, And Hölting Apparatus, Shafting Pullie* ■i ' And Belting. âiL or PLANTATION MAOllfNBRY AND AG&ICVLTV'R AL IBB?t.EMKirrS WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A full supply of CANECART.VPLANTA , MON AND ad A B W A ÖON8, TIMBER WHEELS AND WHEELBARROWS, Prom the well known Factory of JOSHUA BODLEY, WHEtLiNG, TA. W* have connected with extensive Foondrle* and Machine Shops in 8t. Louis, Louisville, Cln cinuatiand Pittsbmrg, through which we are pre pared to contraét'fcr any das* of machinery, on most favorable terms, and deliver aDywhtra north of New Orieana, free Of freight. TH08. H. BODLEV & GO. oct21-y JYOTICJE. r piIE undersigned liave renewed their X former Partnership, and will traneaot busi nes* under the name of STEVENS k SEYMOUR, at their old stand, Not*. »6, and SS Com mo* St., opposite the City Hotel. S. R. STEVENS. Per W.E. S iimobk. W. E. SEYMOUR. Niw OïLBtKS, July 1,1865. yl» PAPER, STATIONERY —AND— FANCY GOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a large stock of POINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK Bdotësf, BTATIOMKRY ofaji kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 44 cases Cap and LETTER PAPER. 40 r«#ms COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATES. 21'0 dozen WEBSTER'S 8PELLTN6 BOOKS. 150,000 PAPER BAGS, all slaes, from COMBS, NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, And a general assortment of FANCY GOODS. Por sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, 96 and 99 Common street. julylS Mississippi Hotel, 120 CHARTRES 8TREET .120 Corner of St. Louis, NEW ORLEAliS, LA. Mr .« ÄUßERT, whose furnished room«. Char tres street, between St. Louis and Tooiouas«, were so well known, ha* jast opened the Missis sippi Hotel, No. 120 Chartres street, corner of St. Louis. TRAVELERS will find In the above establish ment FURNISHED ROOMS, at moderate pries; they may alao have tbeir MEALS, by the day or by the week. All will meet with tjiat comfort wWcfc, for tan years, has been found in Atuaa?» Hou*». Bct&r3ra ' * ' _ N. 0, ADVERTISEMENTS. W. S. PIKE t. U. Lirtr&M'... A .'WiilIÏB. PïKE, LAPEYRE& BROTHER, 1 " " IJANKEitS, DIALERS IM FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, bonds, stocks, cûïn anù XT3STOT7K.TlB3srT ljrOTE8j OFFICE 0!¥ CAMP STREET, Between Canal and C obwh Streets, New Orleatns, La. declT-y ».I. WABBEN. T. W. «BAWÏ'OBB. WARREN & CRAWFORD, (Äucceisors to "Warren, Qülmtrre k Cd.,)' COTTON FA CTO IIS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, • . -It: mu !isift!) Y " ' ft '■ , : ' I 1 No. 29 CARQNDELET 8TREET, julyll-6m* 'Limit NEW ORLEANS, LA. R. PRITCHARt), . [Formerly Prltchard à Flower.] COTTON FACTOR —AHD— COMMISSION MERCHANT, Ho. 53 Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. " - i»" L . QF" Liberal Cash Advances and Supplies fur bished on consignments of Cotton, Sogar, Ac., toi his address. Reference* t Foqca k K iLBor a ti. ) P i kk, L ipivre k B botiikh Baton Rouge, La./ New Orleans, La. sn#Mhn• . , . !! i MAYER BUOTHERS, Crescent City Steam Tobacco World Nos 49 and 61 LAFAYE1XE STREET, Salea Room—No. 51 Tchoupltoulaa pt> tnr, il» v i . . fi ■: , ■ ; 1 < /il MAYER feROTHERS, No. 51 TCnÖÜPITOtrt AS STREET^ BETWEEN POVDRAS AND NATCHEZ, I New Orleans, La. PIALIBÜ IB ; H , , ..y j J^EAP k CHEWING, k MANUFACTURERS Of Smoking Tobacoo and Cigars. CguA heavy well selected stock constantly on hand. july29-tf ! NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTRES STREET, Between Canal and Customhonse.. We have on band and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS), SUCH AS— MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRUSSELS, T4PE8TRY, '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 (70VERS, RUGS, i MATS, ENAMEL C7LOTHS, Of various qualities and colors, COCOA MATTING and MATS, HAIR CLOTH, &a., Ac. All ofwbfeh we offm- at œmlerate edviiriêe« on manufacturer's prices, for cash» ang8-ly A. »ROUSSEAU t CO. FANCY GOODS! TANDY GOODS!! GUÉBLÉ & OODESAÜD, 137 Canal Street...... 137 dtreot importers of FRENCH, ENGLISH & GERMAN FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, «te O. WE WOULD RESPÏCÏBDLLY Inlorm country buyers, that we are now prepared to show them the most complet« and beat selected stock of FANCY GOODS in this city. A full assortment of BERLIN ZEPHYRS—warranted. /■>..> BELTS and BÜCKLE8. COMBS and BRUSHES, of all «Ort«. THE BEST FRENCH CORSETS, FKENOH PRUFUMKTUES, , AndKID ULOVES. A full line of DRESS TRIMMING», BUTTONS, ETC. Come and examine our splendid «took, which has been selected by our Mr. GUKBLK himself, In Paris and Germany, *o m may recommend Jt H ot the quality and taste of the goods, as well as the ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, We are ensW ed to *el! them for, PBAOBiüR Hoest IN FAM8 i NO. 12 FAUBOURG POIBSOINNIERE. GUÉBLÉ & GOURSAUD, 13" Canal *t^eel^ ley 180 Tsuro fiuUdlOfl MfaMmttt&fämtt GENEBAL NEWS. Joseph E. Wore eater, LL. D., a«, thor of "Worcester's Dictionary," died st bit residence in Cambridge, Miy38„ m tbe 24th uitimo, «ged 81 ï earS " teW . The leaders of the Jamaica insur rection, George W. Gordon and Paul Boyle, haye been caught, and are un der trial by martial law. Th«ir rap ture has dispirited the iqsurgepta, many of whom are surrendering them selves. ! j., - (!• : 'i "ill i - Lauiartioe is publishing ft " Life of Byron" ag a feuilleton, in the Con stitutipnnel. Two chaptei^i: have al ready appeared. Remarking on By ron's ëaWyyeara, Lamartine tells that the poet fell in lote when a child of eigh,t, and adds that Dante conceived bis immortal passion for Beatrice at .eleven, and that he himself, Alphonse de Lanjiiqtipe, was similarly affected at teti years old. A national express company is to be organized in Richmond with a cap ital of ten million dollars. Among the latest wonders in the animal kingdom is a talking dog which bas heen brought out in Springfield. He can say " Good morning,"r" How do you dof " and many other things, as plainly as a human being. The an imal has been purchased by Billy Morris, of Boston, of Morris Brothers, Pell and Trowbridge's Opera House. Tbe population of London now reaches 3;0I5,594; Liverpool, 476,* 368; Manchester, 154,931. The Catholics of Lawrence, Mass, have determined to build a splendid catbêdral, Which will exceed in size any church in thd State, and be an edifioe of great magni6oence. This church is to be built by theAugustin iuas who have only this cburoh of their tircter in the country. It is hot true, says the Philadelphia S8 stated fn some papers, that ^dwia Booth has been married to ft daughter of Mr- Jules Hauel, of Phil adelphia. No such marriage has ta ken place. The San Antonio Herald, of the 29th ult., publishes its first news dis patch received over the wirst from Houston. The libe is working tbrougn from Galveston and Houston to San Antonio vie Austin. Hon. John L. Manning has been elected United States Senator from South Cafolina, by the Legislature of that State, now in, session. U i • K. The drainage filth of London is «s* fi mated to be worth thirteen million and a half gold dollars. About 85,000,000, were required last year to pay pestions. The esti mates for the next year will be con siderably above 810,000,000. A Berne letter states that an intsr national congress will shortly assemble at Paris, for the purpose of fixing a uniform standard for oopperooin. Tbe counties represented will be Franoe, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland. Preparations are making for quaran tine hospitals, in view of the approach of the cholera. Mrs. Jefferson Davis is residing at the.bouse of Mr. Schulyer, near Au guste, Georgia. She eojoys her usual robust health, is under no surveilianee and is permitted to correspond at will with her husband and friends. Mr, George F. Root, tbe popular coteposér, appears to have followed A Ward's advice, to "let tbe old man have a chance." His latest published ballad is entitled, " Sing me to Sleep Father." General Banks commenced life as a dancing master. It is said that Chief Justice Tsney left three daughters who are very poor_ The Russian army will be reduced to the extent of 50,000 and will then be 600,000 stroug. The Now Albany (Ind.) Ledger state that a glass manufactory is soon to be started in that place. A school teacher who has been at Columbus, Georgia, for the past two weeks, teaching negroes, decamped, carrying with him all the money whioh had been recived from scholars, all the school books for which he had been paid, and leaving his boarding house, washing and other little bills tobe col lected in the future. w Alexander H. Stephens refuses to be a candidate for Governor u well ai for Congress.