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Baton Rouge Tri-Ueckh Gazette & Comet.
. - ■ ■ • - j — Ü ~ " ° " • V'i I I »tt ~ i i ttt " OFFICE ON THIRD street, opposite the branch of the louisiana state bank. vor,. xLvn. BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY MORNING/DECEMBER 21, 1865. NO. 75. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FUQUA à KILBOURNE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, WILL practice in the Courts of the Parishes of Bast ana West Baton Kouge, Iberville and East and West Feliciana. a - .V IIEKHOU, attorneysat law, co un r no use square, Hilton Rouge, Ln. WILL attend to all business in thftir profession entrusted to them, in this and the adjoining p-irish^, and in the city of New OrleanB. ______ — TlluMAK (IREKS DAVIDSON T0M B™ DM * Davidson & Bynum, attorne ys at law, office at lïutoii Rouge, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP THE IV Kl irida Pari. hen. septlO-tt j. c. M»»» G - W - B0CKKItB - STAIT0K1) & BU€KNER, attorneysat law, Officii, Cor. I,surd & Third Sta., up-stairs, lJ.vTO.V ItOCTiE, LA. practice in the parishes of Hast Feliciana, and West ltaton Kouge and Iberville, wt entrusted to them attention. vill receive prompt sent23 w. BORGES, B - E - CH * N " IU hgkss & ilIAXKÏ» Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE ON CHURCH STREET, bet. convention & north boulevard, IB a. to il Ilouge? La. ANY business entrusted to their care in the par ' i«h. sof Kast and West Baton Kouge, East and \\ .Ht K.'llciana, Pointe Ooupée and Iberville, will bt* promptly attendee to. sept2. SAMUEL «REVES, attorney at law, Florida Street, Baton Rouge, La WILL attend to aH business entrusted to him W in East Baton Kouge and the adjoining par ishes . ae p'- iu C. s>. FAT HOT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, court house square, Baton Kouge, La. YiriLL practice In tee Parishes of East and West vv Bat <n Kouge and Iberville. Prompt attention will be given to the collection of all claims, notes and accounts. References: W S PlKK, J08KPH MKSARP, > r/ ,J. An. k ozikr, n .v2-tf VOIMS 4 IJHOCET ■ New Orleans. R. \V. KWI< "KERBOCKER A. P. CONVERSE Knickerbocker & Converse, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND C IL A B IW AWEIVTS. "tiff IT. Practice in the several Courts of the Fifth VV Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Louisiana. Particular attention paid to the settlement of successions. The. bave also made arrangements in New Or leans and Washington City for the successful pros ecutiou and collection of CLAIMS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT. Oft! '., on the corner of Fifth and Laurel streets BATON ROUGE, LA. CLAYTON Ei. EVATT, Civil 33nginoor —AND— CITY SURVEYOR, Office with K. W. K nickerbocker , Esq., orsacr oV Filth anil Laurel s troot«, ISA Ï ON ROUGE, LA. "11711,1, attend promptly to all professional busi VV uess entrusted to him. aug29-4in H. H . MeMUN & SON, REM. IÎSTATE BROKERS, Accountants & General Agents, auül2-8m BATON ROUGE, LA. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Pence, SECOND WARD, l'ariüh of East Baton Rouge. OFFICE, COR. THIRD AND LAUREL STS., 0p-8tairs, over tue sus billiard saloon. f. a. nefhler, J 11 s lice of the Pence, WA R D No. ONE, Office on Boulevard, foot of Third Street. HAVING resumed business, I am ready to at tend to ali business and suits, within the earliest delays el" the Saw. apr8 Oll. KRATZ, OFFICII ON I.ACHEL STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND CIIUKCH, (Opposite Mrs. Junes' Boarding House,) jun24-tf B\TO\ IIOUGB, LA. S»i. .1 I,, w. PHARES, S URO EON DENTIST, OFFICE AT MRS. BONING'S, Corner of" Chtircl) and Florida Streets, 1J" WTNO perm«n.>ntlv located in i this city, offers bis services to Ins friends and the public gener ally. Charges will be reasonable, and all work pnaranteed. Références— Dr. r. ii. D ay , Ool j. 0. F ü^üa , Dr. 0 Kratz . deell-om-pd AT RETAIL or by tbe keg, nov21 new lard ! JOSHUA BEAL. A. 8. ARCHER. WM. HENDERHON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, FORWARDING & COMMISSIOM IS^EROM-A-TSTTS, t—and—> GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION —AND— PU ROH AS TNG- AGENTS, Third street, Baton Kouge, La. REFEft BY PERMISSION TO : Capt. P. D. Pratt, j Cfopt .»no.McLean, N.O. " W. B. Richardson. | H W. Taylor, N. 0. E. R. Beckwith. Baton Rouge, La. auglO ,#. Jackson, cotton buyer .—And—. COMMISSION MERCHANT, cash advances made on Shipments to his Friends in N. 0. and N. Y. Office, Corner qfZawrel awl Third Sh eets, j (tTSBER THE VERANDAH BOTEL,) aug 12 BATON KOUGE, LA. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —AND— SUPPLIES, C orner L afayette and F lorida S trkktb, JunelT UATOS llOK.F,, LA. ~ JAMES J. DÜNDAISÖ, WHOLESALE AND RKTAIt DEALER IS GROCERIES, —AND— WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars s "CITY BAKEKY," CORNER OF MAIN AND LEVEE STREETS, BATON ROUGE, I.A. julius o. bogel, COMMISSION MERCHANT, and dealrr in Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE STS, julyl3 BATOS ROtTCJE.T^A. JAMES McVAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Agricultural Implements, WINDOW SHADES, W ALL PAPER, ETC. CALLS respectfully the attention of the public to his lar^e and excellent stock of goods pertaining to his line of merchandise. lie be speaks a liberal sbare of public patronage. Store on Third street, opposite the building of the Louisiana State Bank. ju yl F. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, x —AND—' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHIMG, OE.OCES.ISS, t—AND—% I PLANTATION SUPPLIES; wines, liquors, CIGARS and TOBACCO, crockery and tin ware, AND ALL KINDS OF WES TERN PRODUCE, Received per steamers almost daily. f. O tto respoitfuliy announces to his friends and customers and the public generally, that'hls stoie having been removed fron, itj fo-iu-'; ste'-d, adjoining Day's Drug store, to the larp;«» groré and warehouse building, on TIIE SOUTH EAST CORNER of THIRD and LAUREL STREETS, He is fully p'epared to keep on hand one of the lareest and most varied assortment of the above artices to be fouxd in the city of Raton Rouir». With his increased and increasing facilities for obtaining and storing merchandize, he is enabled to meet all present and fntur» demsnds. and 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 as the state of the markets will permit, to secure a lib .ral share of regular patronage. Please call before purchasing elsewhere aoglO-tf .Votary i* a folic. I WOULD most respectfully announce to my friends and the public generally, that I am now prepared to make Inventories, Appraise ments, Partitions, receive Wills, make Protests, Matrimonial Contracts and Instruments of Writ, ing, to hold Family Meetings, and Meetings of Creditors, 4c. All business entrusted to me will be attended to with promptness and dispat 'h. JNO. M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace und Notary Public. octU Office, Corner Third and Laurel Sts, GEOGEEY PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 22. 71. BECKWITH. i s 7 TTtltlÛ ST., CORNER OF LAUREL, » raton rouge, la. CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERY VARIETY OF PLANTATION SL'1'PI.IES. S3PT flaute^» and others woüld do well to c»ll before purcha ing elfewhere. Cotton bought at Iilgliest market riites. ju^yB'Smos. j.q^nua beal, Corner of Third and Convention Sts., BATON ROUGE, LA. GENERAL DEAL Eli IN WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Supplies, school books, stationery, FANCY GOODS, and notions generally. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. (Sf Terms Caeïl. ' jnlyl M. GRANARY, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE, lwmij.y GKOOJBItlES -AND Plantation Supplies Generally. BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public at large, t'iat he will keep on hand fresh and full supplies of all articles in the provision line, which he will sell cm terras to suit the cash basis of trad®. A liberal share of pat ronage is respectfully solicited, at his sfcaml on Third^treat. julyl NICHOLAS WAX, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE -AND family groceries. IS constantly receiving We direct from the fe^t and other quarters, every species of arti jcle required for Family «V Plantation use. He has increased facilities for obUiliiug supplies, and is determined t« keep up with the demands of his customers, av.d to deal with them satisfac torily on the score of quality and price—bis motto being '•Q,ulclt Sales niifl Ssuall Profits..' Mr. R.' ilflfWtf.W, well known to our citizens, will be found ' bL-hlad the counter" ready to at tend to business calls. Please drop in at the old stand, near the Court House, where we Eiiall be happy to see you. julyl-tf Z3X-TJ3VSI. ! DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, provisions, And Piantatiuii S»ppHes «pnfraJïy. ALSO, «rockery, t1x, wood & willow ware Store, Oor. Africa and St. Nsp deon fits., BATIXV ROt'GE, L.A. Determined to keep a full and well selected stoe)t of articles such as go to make up a first-rate variety sto.e, A. BLUM hopes to merit and receive «a increased amount, af pat ronnée. He respectfully invites his old customers and thtf*ptit)1W lift continue their calls as Uf Hal assuring thern of his determination to Please anc! »:itÄ;y them in every particular. julyft-M ' CA^ILLO QULN'TEIU), DEALER IN HAVANA CIO-ARS, ClQ-ABETTAS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corner of Third and Florida streets, BÂTON KOUGE, LA. IN addition to hislarge assortment of the best brands and ouaiities of all articles in the line of a Tobacconist, CAMILLO QUINTERO, keeps aiso on band a choice variety o' "Notions," su' b as fine Pocket Knives, Stationery, etc., to which he invites' public attention, guaranteeing , «i gfve satisfaction to all customers. julyl-tf j Baton Rouge JUarble Werks, J. SWOLLEN & Co., bi.vnufactür&ks of fOTI CCS, flOSl'TIENTS, KEAÖ-STONiä, MANTiäLS, ETC., Corner of Main anu Cuurch streets, july25 BATON ROUGE, LA, . iif. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. W. S. PIKE J. M. LAPKYJ .RK A. BROTHER. pike, lapeyhe & brother, BANKERS, DEALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, MONDS, STOCKS, COIN AND TTIsTOTTPtnEXsTT NOTES. office on camp street, Between Canal and Common Streets, New Orleans, La. dee!7-y j.j. wabben. t. w. cbawïobd. WAHREN & CRAWFORD, (Successors to "Warren, Gillmore & Co.,) COTTON FACTORS —AND— commission merchants, No. 29 CA RONDELET STREET, jalyll-6m* NEW ORLEANS, 1.A. R. PRITCHARD, [Formerly Priichard & Flowe -.] COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, J*o, 53 Caroudclct Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Liberal Cash Advances and Supplies fur nished on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, Ac., to his address. References s F uqua & kii.bourse. ) P ike, L apeyke k B rother Baton Kouge, La./ New Orleans, La. augS-6m MAIEIl BROTHERS, Crcsccnt City Steam Tobacco Works Nos. 49 and 51 LAFAYETTE STREET, Sales Room—No. 31 Tchonpitoiilas St. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51 TCIIOIJPITOIJLAS STREET, BETWEEN POYDRAS AND NATCHEZ, New Orleans, La. dealers in J^EAF A CHEWING, 4 MANUFACTURERS OF Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. A heavy well selected stock constantly on hand. july29-tf NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 1!) CHARTRES STREET, Between Canal anil CuNtcnihoiisc. We have on fcand and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, SUCH AS— MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, '3-PLY, INGRAIN, VENETIAN, 1IEMP, 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, IIAIR CLOTH, &c., &c. All of which we offer at moderate advances on manufacturer's prices, for cash. aug3-ly A. BROUSSE AU & CO. FAMÏIMSS! FANCY GOODS!! GUÉBLE ,t GOURSAUD, 137 Canal Street 137 DIRECT IMPORTERS OF french, ENGLISH & (iERBIAN FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, &C. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform country buyers, that we are now prep ired to show tbetn the most complete and best selected stock of FANCY GOODS in this city. A full assortment of BERLIN ZEPHYRS—warranted. BELTS and JiUCKl.KS. CO-lili.^ and BRUSHES, of all sorts. THE BEST FRENCH CORSETS, FRENCH PERFUMERIES, And KID GLOVES. A full line of , )RESS tRIJIJH â 'GS, BUTTONS, ETC. tpmB ant j exatu j ne oar splendid stock, which has been selected by our Mr. (3UEBLE himself, in Paris and Germany, so we may recommend it for the quality and taste of the goods, as well as tbe ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, We are enabled to sel! them for. purchase hoosk is paris! NO. 12 FAUBOURG POISSOINNIERE. GUEULE & GOURSAUD, 137 Canal street, aeptSO To uro Buildings TIIE OLDESI ESTABLISÜMEST IN THE SOUTH, Removed from No. 10 Old Levee, Corner of Gravier St. and Bank Place II. CASS1HY, SAIL MAKER, TCNT, AWNING AND Fins Manufactory. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OP AMERICAN AND ENGLISH Light and Heavy ( anvass, FRENCH ÄND ENGLISH BUNTINGS, &c. Pays strict attention to in-iking, in a superior manner, all sorts of Fancy Boat, pnd Yacht Sails \j also every description of W;-od and Iron Frarae Awnings,lor Stores, Galleries, Uflioes, Steamboats, etc., at moderate prices. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF C-A.2VLI? IPXJBlSriTXJE.E, SUCH AS Portable Camp Cots, Chairs, Stools, Always on hand in any quantity. ALSO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF American, Foreign & Fancy Flags, Steamboats' Ships' 1 Burgees, JACK PENNAN1S, ETC. on hanu and made to order. Fall Ropes, Slings, etc., spliced and furnished at a moment's notice. Blocks of every description strapped. TRUNKS ÏJEATLY COVERED. N. B.—Particular attention paid to getting up, in superior style and finish, a 1 sorts of Plain or Fancy Embroidered Silk Fl-.gs or Banners, for Military or other Compftnn-s; and also to the Manufacturing of Circus Tents, having had njuch experience in that line. Ail articles of Canvass will be warranted proof against rot or milde». nov'2-y THOS. B. IJODLFY & 10., No. O, PERD1DO STREET, (ADJOINING MASONIC BUILDING,) OFFICE, No. 128, GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Circular Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable Steam Engines, Circular Cross Cut Mill and >Iu ley ftaws, Corn Mills, Wheat Mills, And Bolting Apparatus, Shafting Pullies And Belting. ALL DSSCRIPTIONS OF PLANTATION MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON II A NI) A full supply of CANE CARTS, PLANTA TION AND R O A 1) WAGONS, TIMBER WHEELS AMI) WHEELBARROWS, From the well known Fac.ory of JOSHUA BODLEY, WHEELING, TA. W k have connected with extensive Foundries? and Machine Shops in St. Louis, Louisville, t in cinuatian.t Pittsburg, through which w,_- are pr« pared to contract for any class of machinery, on most favorable terms, and deliver ar.ywhtre north «f New Orleanä, free of freight. THÖS. H. DUDLEY & CO. oct21-y JVOTICE. r PIIE undersigned have renewed their X former Partnership, and will transact busi ness under the name of STEVENS & SEYMOUR, at their old stand, Nos. 96, and 9S Common St., opposite tbe City Hotel. E. R. STEVENS, Per w. e. S eymour. w. e. seymour. N ew O rleans , July 1,18gs. yl8 PAPER, STATIONERY —and— FANCY GOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 98 Common St. WE are now receiving by almost every arrival a iarge stock ef PRINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY of all kinds, And FANCY U00E8. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 0 44 cases CAP and LETTER PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATES. 2*'0 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 150,000 PAPER BAGS, all sizes, from X to 251b COMBS, NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTII BRUSHES, And a general assortment of FANCY GOODS. For sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, juIylK 96 and 99 Common street. .11 i s s iss ippi Motel, 120 CHARTRES STREET 120 Corner of St. Louis, IV E W O RLEAU'S, LA. MR i*" AUKKRT. whose furnished rooms, Char tres street, between St. Louis and Toulousse, wtire so well known, has just 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 prices; I they may also have their MEALS, by the day or j by the weelt. j All will meet with that comfort which, for ten I years, has been found in AcBsax's House. oct28-3m ®lw toeifeêfeiMtf general, NEWS. One paper box establishment has contracted with paper coller manu facturers to furnish 11.000 boxes ditiiy for one year. This gives some idea of the extent of the paper collar business. Ladies' hats are now trimmed with tomahawks, swords and battle-8xes which are called Harrisettes. The name is derived form Miss Harris of Washington fame. In the Alabama Senate but four members voted against the constitution amendment. In the House of Repre sentatives there were seventeen nays. ihe Southern Methodist publish» ing house, of Nashville, seized by the Government io the earlier part of the war, has been returned to Rev. J. B. arris, agent ot the association. ^ A late Paris letter to the St. Louis Republican states that there are up wards of two thousand Amerioan fam ilies who intends to spend the winter in Paris, ihe writer also hears of '■ quite a little colony at Dresden." fe. N- Pike, Esq., has purchased the Burnet House property at Cincin nati, for the sum of $500,000. The business ot the hotel will continue td be conducted by Oaptain Silas F. Mil ler, the losses. Olfioia! returns show that the vari ous Indian tribes now in this countrv number 300,800. A letter trom Richmond says ttiers is considérai le excitement in that city over the report that General Butler is .shortly to become military commander there. Many persons think his anti cipated assumption of the command in \ irginia is in some way connected with the intended trial of Jeff. Davis. Spain assures our Government of its hearty desire to put an end to the African slave trade. A London letter says, twenty-four Irish liberal members of Parliament have agreed to meet at at Dublin to ' form an Irish party, and oonsider measures for the relief of Ireland. Late advices from the Russo-Ameri* can Telegraph expendition give en couraging accounts of its progress. Extensive beds of peat have been discovered in Minnesota. Parties at St Paul are preparing to put a large quantity of it on the market. The city ot Rome has a resident population of 172,000, with 330 churches, 72 cardinals, about 7,000 priests, 2,000 friars, and over 2,000 nuns. The editor of the Louisville Jour nal hear3 that there is a great accumu lation of war stores at Cairo, the pos sible destination of which is Mexico. The editor of the Mexican Time» says : It is our personal knowledge that an acre of sugar cane at Cordova or Cuernavaea will produce three thou sand pounds of good white sugar, and five hundred gallons of molasses. The Canadian French Minister in a speech told the Canadians that if Canada was annexed to the United States, hor share of our national debt would be §500,000,000. G en. L ee's S urrender .—A Rich mond paper says : About nine hundred and seventeen cords of wood from the celebrated Ap pomattox apple tree, under which Gen. Lee surrendered, have been distribut ed over the United States in the shape of snuff boxes, canes etc. As Gen. Lee didn't surrender under an applo tree, the demand for relics is falling off. A man named Sergeant has invented a magnetic bank lock, which is one of the mechanical curiosities of the age. It has neither key nor hole. A peculiarity of the lock is, that it cannot (in burglar's phrase) be "feit" from the outside, and is, therefore, impossible to pick. P rofits of the L owell M ills. The editor of the New England Farm er, in his " Notes on Travels," says : " A stay of four hours at Lowell gave me an opportunity to learn that most of the mills are in operation and earning large dividends for stockhold ers. 1 was told by a gentleman some what conversant with the manufacture of cotton, that on all cotton goods a profit of one dollar is made 00 every one pound of cotton !