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c office on thikd street, opposite the hhangh of the louisiana state bank. VOI,. XLVIII. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER », 18«6. NO. 89. (Cilij professional (taös. j. o ruqn*, i Kstoo RoUge, La. f I J. 0 KIMHV'ftNK, Clinton, La. FUQIIA & KILIiOi KMv, Attorgm and Counselors at Law, CORNER THIHI) A BOULEVARD 8T8„ Union l(nii|rr, I.». WILL practice in U ib Courts of the Parishes of U#»t anil West Baton Rouge, Iberville ami East ami West Feliciana. au^l $. w. a. «un, BUltüESS & uiianey , Attorneys and Coiffoclors at Law, oririoaos ctfijKOH HTREKT, Brtwi-rn Convention cSt North Iloutavnrri BATON HOUGK, LA. ANY Irostn#*# entrusted to their enro In the par Ishesof Kant Ami West It ^ ton Kotige, Knut an»! W«tt, Feliciana, Point« ToupA* ami IbWtlllp, will be promptly atteflded to. sept2. sa >u el p . iireves , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Florida Stn et, Union Koiigr, I«n« WILL attend to all business entrusted to him In Kaat ILituu Kougt anU tbe«<Ijol ing par ishes. sept3U A. HI. O III* 1% . ATTORNEY AT J,AW. K iftii .H t,, H «t . L airki. a un F loripa, Union Rouge, La. WILL attend to all business entrusted to him I d this und tlie adjoining parish»*, and in til® city of New Orleans. jutlll joskvii joor. j. n ptaviori), District Attorney JOOH & STAFFORD, Attorneys ami (oimsplors at Law, OFFICE ON OOUKT HuUrfiC ßUUARK, Union Koiig(\ I-«. HAVftfO formed a co-partnership for the prar tic«« of law, will give clone attention to all business entrusted to their care, In Kant and Went Haton Rouge, i a*t and West Feliciana aud Iber* title. junalfl cT I). l'A VROT, Attorney and Councilor at Law, COURT BOUSE SQUARE, Union Koii^r, I-*i WILL practice in the Parishes of Kant and Went Bat >u Roiuro and IberviJIe. PrfliÂpt attention will b» given to tbe collection of all claim«, notes and accounts. It< fcn iM-rfi I W .8. Pl K K, .1 ob It i'll M bnari». j J. An. Hor.UR, Votum A droukt) noi'Mf Orleans. R, W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Asent, Oirrice—Con. Firm ani > I. aijrkl H tiikkts, BATON ÜOUO£ r LArf WILL nractlce In the several Court* of the Fifth Judicial District and In the Supreme Court of Louisiana. Particular attention paid to the settlement. of •accession*. lie han also made arrangements In New Or Inarm and Washington City for I he successful pro« ecutlon and coilectlou of Claims ag.iinst the Gov ernmeut. dectf TIIOMAs ORfim hAVioRo» TOM DYNUM Davidson & Bynum, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, UAIte nt Hilton Ilniige, l.n. WILL PRACTICE IN TI1K COURTS OF THE Florida ParitheK. septlH-tl ALVAN E. READ, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Orpioic, C or . T iiiru and B oulevard S tr ., BATON It < ) U U tt, LA. I) 110MPT attention given to the collection *»f a!l claim*. aug'JH-y CLAYTON B. EYATT, City Snrveyor and Civil Engineer, omce with R. W. K niokkrbhokf.h , Esq., Corncrof lilllinml l.uurcl aired«, IIA ION R OHO E, I.A. WIM, attend promptly to all proles-donal html neu» entrusted to h !H. jan W, ly B. M. BART T K IIIEJlKItT HART & HEBERT, IBANKER8, D&AUEB8 IN EXCHANGE, BONUS, STOCKS, COIN, UNCURREST NO TEH, ETC., OFFICE ON LAFAYETTE STREBT In tbi old R ank or L ouisiana , «pr2B~ly BATON ROUOE, LA. E. OOUÎIRIER, SURVEYOR AM) CIVIL ENGINEER, BATON ROUGE, I.A. WILL attend to Runnlne out and Establishing Lines Leveling. Laving olT Canals nod Lev .0», Draughting Plantation Maps. Architectural Designs. Mechanical Inventions, Ac. 0»noe In the building nm-ttiwest «orner or Lau rel and Church streets. aprli-lyw H. W. McMAIN & SON, HEAL« ESTATE BROKERS Aooountants & General Agents, _*UBl2-Sm BATON ROUOE, LA. JOSEPH TKOSKALOWSKI. Surveyor and Civil Engineer, BATON KOtTOE, LA, 0RDKR8 left at Oazetle and Comet offlce will re oeive prompt attention. J uo«7 Justes (0arî>5, F. A. NEl'l IEER, JuHlicv of the Peace, VI It ST WARD, OfH«e on Boulevard, foot of Third Street. nAVINO resumed bii«lnenn, ! am read? to at tend to all huninea« and auitn, within the enrilest delay« of the law. apr8 G. W. BUGKNER, Justice of tlm Pente and Notary Publie, SKdOND WARD, Udler— Corner of Tlilrrl niul I. mi re I Ml., —At— HtArrtmn A bookhiî«'s L aw Orne», may26 ÜATON RODOE, LA. Ölt, ». L McKITRICK, JDEtSTT^X. SURGEON LAURtr. NTH K KT, NR A R TIHRD, (Next door to Otto'g «tore,) BATON ROUdlC, LA. Tkfttt f. xtraotkd without PAIN, by the electric,fttrctp*— a n» w w<iy of applying electricity This I r ii perfectly «af« remedy, proflticing no bad effect»—the moat delicate con ntftorion* are rather benefited than Injured by it. Let the «uttering people come and give It a trial. The poor <*an have th*ir teeth extracted free of charge, if they are not able to pay. feblG, nie. wilma m reynaitd, OfTcr« hl« profesiionul services to the public of Baton Houge and vicinity. OFFICE ON OnURCII STREET. The name heretofore occupied by Dr. K. H» D ay apr3-8m UK. KRATZ, OFFICII ON I.AIJREI. STllUKT, CORNER OF KIFTfl STREET, lunîi-tr n^TI»IW ROWJE, LA. F. K. PltüVN. HOBT. V. P8ÏJTK l'RtJYN & URO,, Carpenters, Ginwrights k Press Bnilders, BATON K0ÜGE, LA. Order« left at Jastremaki 4 McConnlck'a Drug Store will meet prompt attention. juiyl-Om •& F. PERRILLAT, Watehinakfr and Jeweller, riiom (iknkva and pakim, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELBV, RBJ'A III Kl) A T SHORT NO TICK, in titr vear iiiwt btti.«;. THK LATKST STYLES OF JEWELRY, at, w a y h on hand. Lnfsyetle SI reel, Union lloiigr, I,a. JAMES M o V AY, ARCHITECT & BUILDER, BATON BOUGE, LA. *5- Orders left at Wie Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. juiyl-tf LEVI KELUJM, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, (HAZIER, I'AI'KR UANOKR, WHITE WASHER & WALL COLOREE, Cor, Cnfayelt» ami Main Ht*., BATON ROUOE, LA. WOttLl) respect fully inform the publie, that he la now prepared to execute, at the shortest notice, nil work that may be entrusted to him in bis line, at the lowest cash prices, His long acquaintance In this community ren ders It unnecessary to refer, except to bis previous engagement. apr2H-ly BATON ROUGE MARBLE WORKS. •J. HMOLLEN & Co., M AIVUF ACTURER8 Of To m h s , ,11 o n h ment », UKAD-STONEg, MANTEL8, KTO., M ai n Sl rri l, apr26-iy BATON ROIJOR, LA. m. J. williams, WOBKJCR IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. HAVING established himself in jk the above business, In this city. re-dr^W •peetfallr solicits the public patronage. Citizens, Planters and others, needing work in '"Is line,will please send in their Orders,and they will be promptly attended to. Work guaranteed. Shop adjoining, and North of Beal's Variety Store, on Third street, julyl C. F. RABENHORST, Cabinet - Maker, Upholsterer —AND— UND E R T A K E It, Corner of Church and Lniirrl al reels, (Formerly A. Baumstark'« stand,) BATON ROUQK, LA. M etallic and W oodü * Corrms constantly on hand, and furnished to order at the shortest notice. j >ine2.'J -y G- W_ BANGS, PIANO-FORTK REPAIRER inil^H^ Tnner Also, Church nrganrBPipHHH repaired and timed at. short notice FT * If" All work fully guaranteed. Residence—corner Government and St Jos ph Streets. Letters ad dressed through tbe Poat.offlce will meet prompt attention. julylü-Oin RECTIFIED WHISKY. BA RRELS and half barrels—for sale by juueU JOSHUA BBAL. (Commission Jttcrrliattts. R. II. J5DM0NST0N. 0. N. WBLSIIANS. EDMONSTON & WELSHANS» STEAMBOAT AôENTS, Forwarding and Commission Merchant«, BATON ROUOE, I- A . AND nKAl.KRK IN plantation & family supplies, Hnllrnail Ilrjml, WEST BATON ROUGE, LA. Collections protnptiy attended to. AugCS A. b. AXOHKB. wm. iiai1iii. ARCHER & GARIG, (Successors to I A rçher A tlefidcrton.) Forwarding and Commission Merchants, —ASD— General H team front, Cbllectlng —And— PUROHABII no agents, fi.okioa hthket , BATON ROUGH, LA. Î-W Particular attention to orders for the purchase of goods. ('OTTON BTOKKD ANO HltlPPKII. jyf! f. otto, Commission Jflcrehanl, —And— Wiroi.BSAi .K and ItrTAil D hai .kr is DRY GOODS, CLOTIIINU GROCERIES, —And— PLANTATION SUPPLIES; WINES, LIQUORS, CKlAIlH AND TOBACCO, —And— ALI. KINOS OK WKSTKHN PHODIJCK Received per steamers almost dally.) V. O tto respectfully announces to his friends and customers and the public generally, that his store having been removed fron, Its former stand, adjoining Hay's Drug store, to the iargn atore and warehouse building, ON THK SOUTH K AST CORNER OP THIRD AND LAUTtKL STRKKTS, He is fully prepared to keep on lisiid one of »be largest ami most varied assortments of the abovo articles to be found In the city of lis ton Rouge With bis increased and increasing facilities lor obtaining arid storing merchandise, he is enabled to meet ail present and future demands, and therefore Invites the special attention of pur chaser» to that fact, hoping by a spirit of accom modation to please all, and to always sell on an reasonable terms as the state of th* markets will permit, to secure a liberal share of regular f" atr<>D age Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. angio-tf L. J. TAN8KY. Ht. Lou in, Mo. OFO. W. ROBKTITB, Baton Roug«, La. TANSKY Sc ROBERTS, WHOLESALE €« ac :«c m 9 WAREHOUSE AND fiEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DKALETtS IN PLANTATION SUPPLIES Moss and Cotton Seed, tri ay 3 BATON ROUGE, LA. JULIUS C. BOGEL, COMMISSION MERCHJ1NT AND DEALER II« Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAKAYKTTE 8TS„ Julyl» HAXON IWUQK, LA. A. _ JACKSON, T1I1RO NTREKT, Near thel Corner of Laurel, BATON ROUGE, LA. C«eneral Dealer In WESTERN PRODUCE Plantation &. I'nmilyfiiapplie«. DEALERS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS. Highest Prices Paid for Cotton. *ep16 , NICHOLAS WAX. deaj.kb in FAMILY GROCERIES And plantation supplies, EAST OF UOÜRT IIOVSK SQUARE febG Triangular lloildln^s. S. M EN T) E LSOHN, —Dealer in— Groceries, Provisions, Wines, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CI0AR8 —And— family & plantation 8UPFLIES Cor. Lafayette «Si Florida St«.. jyl BATON BOUOB. LA (Srorrrirs, flrouisions, €tr. WM. HENDERSON, Grocery «and Plantation Supplies, WIIOI.EHAI.il AND RETAIL, Corner North llnulevnrd an<l Third St*., Advances made in oath, or supplies on Cotton to I j . shipped. jyl JOSHUA I3EAL, Corner Third and Convention Sts., raton rouoe, la., 0eweral nr. a i. Fir im W1: s T K It JV PROD U C K, FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES. school hooks, stationery, FANCY Ü OOPS AND notions cenerally. PRTOEH TO SUIT THE TIMES. |"W~ Tertna Cnali. tulyl m. granary, T)EAT,KB IM Western Produce, Family Groceries -ANB I'J,ANTATI0N SUPPLIES GENERALLY. TIROS LEAVE to INFORM his FRIENDS and ) tho public at large, that he will keep on hand fresh and full supplies of all article» in the provision line, which he will sell terms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pat ronage Is respectfully solicited, at his stand on Third atreet. julyl .A. _ BLUM, —Jiealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions And PLA NT A TION 3 UP V LI KB GENERA LL V, —A i no— Crockery, Tin, W» kk 1 & Wl I low-ware, Store, Cor. Africa and Ht. Napoleon Hfn., BATON HOUG K, L a . DETBRMINKD TO KKEP a FULL and WKLI »«lected stork of article« such a« pro to make U|» a first rat» variety st.or«*. A, II LU M hop«« tn m^rit and recelvo an Increased amount, af pat ronatre. If»» respectfbllj Invites his old <nfntotner and the public at larjre, to rontinu» lhair calls a usual, assuring th«u» of h in determination to pleas« and »atlHfy thorn in every particular. julv6~tf House Furnishing Establishment A. I3A.TJ1VIST-A.RK;, dralf.r in BEDSTEADS, ARMOIRS, BUREAUS SOFAS, CHAIRS, Wiliow-ware, Varieties, &c., I. A FA TKTTK STREET, ayrI7 IKaton Rouge, La, FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS, Mnln St., bet,ween Thlril and rimreli BATON HO ü G IC , L A . r PlfK undarsl^nrd is now prepared to reoelv« or l -ors /of all kinds of Furnitur« and Cabinet work. Will mako or mend In the liest manner, and at, th» lowest figures, for oarh only. In t»i Uudertaklng business he has now on hand a fine assortment, of Metallic Cas«s, and Is rvn< y to re ceive orders In this line of biiHiness, which met the attention usually given by the old firm of I'lper A Bradford, an«« F ft KD. FlINKK tjotcl3, Saloons, ^*c. SUMTER HOUSE, CI1AIU.KS WIKCK, PÏIOPRI F.TOR, Corner of Alain and Th.ird ,Streets, BAÏUN ROUOE,LA. Tilt B ah is furl Liquors, Cigars, im? w. ed with tbe very best Wines, julyl WASHINGTON HOTEL, John (mass. Proprietor, opposite academy iiai.l, 8t. Louis street B/iTOWT HOUOK,LA. 0%The Iwst of Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept at the Bar. july22-tf VERANDAH HOTEL, Stephen Basilisco, I*r<»i»riet«r CORNER THIRD AND LA UREL STS, BATON ROUOE, la. Board by the day, wkek or month. GOOD IIEI>S, «OOD VA RE, And every attention paid to the comfort of gu«Rts JîJ?r"Thanl<fui for past patronage, " S tevk " res spectfully Bolicits a continu nee of the same from his friends and the public generally. julyZT-tf STAR SALOON, B. J. McUabe, Proprietor, lafayette street, I Oppoalle BoKel'a Brug Store, IIA TON ROUGE, I.A. KF.EPS always on hau l the best qualities o Wines, Liquors and Cigars in tl.e market. ! Jalyldy TO THE TRADE. I •« rfj aa/i O. D. Perfusion Caps just received ! lOU.UU'l and for sale at New Ori.eans pr e»» mar' JOSHUA B1A&. Iprogs, çfllfbiriacs, €tc. J. JAHTREMSKI, DRUGGIST & A POT II EU A ItY, STORE, Cor. St. I^errllnnnil and Allie n SI,*. n ilAVINO purchased thellrug Store lately, ocovpled by ,f. It. T. II atnüb , I nn j now pre pared at the above place, to IUI «Ii orders äöd prescriptions. I have on band at this moment and will con tinue to keep a full supply of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OIL*, Ac., FANCY a od toil kt articles, PE R Kl 151 ERY, TOOTH BRUSHES, ' COMBS, PISTOL«, CUTLERY, 0 U N S, l lit '.viii!; A Smoking Tnbai'co, Ac. My brother, Mr. L. JASTRF.MHKI, who has had several years experience in the hu-ines», lias en tire charge of the establishment. In the ruescrirnon department, an experienced Druggist, PAUL 1IHHBY, will al ways be found in attendance at all hours. mayî!i-tf J. . I a XTIIEMSKI. FEESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, 1'ERFIJM ER] ES —Aud— MISCICLLWKIIIIH AIÎTItLin.S. t JA8TREM8KI A MoCORMICK respect fully give notice that they have alwayi oh hand a fresh supply of MEDICINES, ETC. Which they guarantee to be pure ; also choice assortment of PERFUMERY from the most celebrated iranufactories, cornprla log— LUIIIN'S, Madam DURAND'H, BAZIN and WIIKIIIT'». A fine assortment of ESSENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS —A»n— S C E IV T K » S O A I» H . All kinds of fresh genuine MIN Kit AI, WATERP Pure LitiUOKS, vis: French and American HRANDJE8, WillhKY—Rye arid Bourbon. PORT HI Mi, HUMKKY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCHNAPPS, , French Patent Medi'iines, viK: sirop ok briant, HIROP DE FLORE, SIROP DE I.AMOORIEUX LIQUKUR LA VILLE, ELIXIR ANTI-OLA IROOX, INJECTION BRAN, LEKOY'S MEDICINES, VI N I>K SF/OUIN perciilo'cmer db fer de pica; ar, HUILLE DK FOIE DE MORUE I>E T'lUOHS •• .. (de Hogg. Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot of Paten t Medicines, direct from manufiicturers. W INTER «Alt DSN SEEDS—just received COAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LKKCHKS always on hand. tW~ AU ordert from the country enrrfullyjmt up and prompt]/ attended to, JASTKEMSKI k Mct'OKMH K t-& Store nearly opposite the Hranchof the Lousiana Htate Hank. jull II. II, WAI1IIILL «' CO. n A VINO purchafed the DRUO STORB, on Main St., Paton Rouge, known as) "IIAYNK8' DRUO STORE," respectfully inform their city and country . friends that they are prepared to furnish, and will keep constantly on hand,supplies of FRESH AND OENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all other articles in their line. A share o the public patronage Is respectfully solicited octfl-tf RATON ItOCI.i: FRUIT AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE, THOMAS BASILISCO, LAUREL STREET, NEAR CORNER TIIIRD, HF.ALKR IN WEST INDIA & NATIVE FRUITS, wines, liquors, candies, Vegetables & Family Groceries. T HE freshest Fruits, such as Orange*, Kanaria*. Pine Apples, I'ears, Lem on«, Quinces, Ac , regularly receive ! in their proper season, and sold at the low est possible prices. sept27 CAMILLO QULNTERO, I» K A J.Kit I Pi HAVANA CIGARS, oioakettak Smoking und Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, I'lPI^S, ETC., Corner of Third and I''oridu streets, BATON IimiCE, I.A. N ADDITION to his large assortment, of the _ best brands and dualit ies of all articles In the ine of a Tobacconist., CAMILLO QUINTERO, keeps aiso on hand a choice variety of "Notions," such as flne Pocket KnlveB, Stationery, etc., to »hieb he Invites public attention, guaranteeing to give satisfaction to nil customers. julyl-tf THE "SUN" ANTI-( !IO LEIM MIXTURE. rrwi Tt * preparation, which 1» so widely known 1 throughout the Northern snd Kastern States, I r h mo a t excellent rern»-rly, especially in cases of sadden Dlarrh^s, Griping Pain*, etc f'rlce One Dollar per bottle, with full directions accompanying each. augll JA8TREMSKI A McCOEMICK. TINWARE mav be purchased at. reduced rate, at [septäj JUUü» 0 BOGJCL'S ' S, Ihe T hirty Y kabs A oo .—Thirty-two yenrH «go, remarks the New York Tribune, whon Douglas left hin (Jretin Mountain home for Illinois, his groat rival, Lincoln, wan keeping a postoffice, fresh from tie glories of (lie Black Tfawk war; Andrew. John son was mayor of a little mountain tain town in Tennessee; Jefferson Davis, a lieutenant of dragoons, was chasing the Indians ; Seward wan gi ioving over his defeat as governor ; Ilreckinridgo was studying the ora-* ♦ ions of Cicero against Cataline at a Kentucky college ; Chase wan en deavoring to gain a law practice in Cincinnati ; Snmner was entering thn lioston bar ; llrotlerick was cut fin^ stone ; Grant was a school-hoy iri histeons, and Farrngut was watch ing the honor of his flag on the tor rid coast of Brazil. S outh k un M a n u k a ctiirkh .—The Knox ville Commercial says we wore yostorday shown two piece« of jeann at tbn new factory, adjoining tbe Franklin House, that surpasses in finennss any wo over before saw. This cloth was woven on one of those nt'w looms that are operating tiit-re. Thure is a most encouraging fact in this paragraph. A Knox ville factory makes the finest jeans at the first trial. Formerly, when goods wore wrought by hand work alone, it took many years to qualify a peo ple for excellence in any fabric. Now that manufactures are made by ma chinery, tho fabric is mado as per fectly at first as afterwards, and the art ici* produced at Knoxville, from a tnachine imported from Philadelphia, is precisely the same an if the ma chine had been set up in Cham* hers burg. The Wati; it Supply op London. At present a largo portion of the water, amounting to 108,000,000 gal lons daily, used for the supply of London, is pumped by steam-power from rivers, streams and wells in and . near that city, tho aggregato strength of the engines employed being 10,790 horse power. It is now proposed to abandon several of the existing waterworks, and to bring a supply adequate for the great city at the close of the present century, when its population is expected to reach 4,, r )00,000 persons, from the sources of the river Severn and the moun tains of Wales, the aqueduct for this purpose being constructed across the jntiro breadth of England. FT If wo believe the Paris letter writers, Napoleon III. has tbe in flammatory rheumatism, diabetes, lyspepsia, Blight's disease, Smith 's disease, sciatic gout, aurora borealis» integral calculus, and several other things ; he was also almost poisoned at Vicbey ; but he manages to sur vive all, even Bismarck's dose of Prnssic acid. 13^* Home of the Texas cities aro growing rapidly. Galveston, which before the war had 8000 inhabitants, now numbers 20,000. Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Marshall have all proportionately increased. tuff' If on. John Armstrong, Mayor of Meridian and Jud^e of the Special Jourt of that place, ha? resigned both positions. It is announced that he wiil soon return to the tripod, as one of the editors of the Clarion. HajrThe ownership of the Rich onrl Examiner has been transferred from Mr. l'ollard toThos. II. Wynne, an associate of the late John M. Daniel. 1 ©r A Western publisher says ha has lost two subscriber by hanging.