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Baton Rouge Tri- Weekly Gazette I
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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK.
VOL. XL1X.
BATON UOUGE, LA., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1867.
NO. 87.
PROFESSIONAL CA RDS.
jammu 0. fuqua ». m. (ja li.iii am
FUÜUA & CALLIHAM,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OFF/OK IN TUE BUICK BUILDING ,
onk door kamt op the p08t0ffig«,
Union litttigo, I jii .
WILL practice in the Gourts of the Parlshei oi
Knill and Went Ilaton Itouge, Iberville and
Bant and Went Feliciana. aprO
SA >11101, P. «REVES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
li'lnrlilH Ntrcet, Union Rouget. La.
WIM. attend to it 11 buslne** entrusted to him
In East Baton Kouge »nil tlieadjol ing par
ishes. »eptllü
B. E. OHANEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
may7 BATON ROUGE, LA. _
A. IT! . DUNN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IIOULRVAKD HT., Ii KT. CHURCH à TlltRD,
Union Itou^r, Lu.
WILL attend to all bindue«* entrusted to him
in thiM .md the adjoining parishes, and in
the city of New Orleans. julßl
c. d . I'Avitor,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
—AMU —
NOT A R Y PU Ii I. IC,
Union Koog«», I ah .
WILL pra«tlcein the Parishes of Kastand West
Hat >n Itouge and Iberville.
Prompt attHiilion will be niven to the collection
©l ull claims, note« and accounts.
n }|H
It, H . KNICKERBOCKER,
Attorney at Law and Claim Agent,
Ooa. Titian and N th B oulevaiui H ts.,
(up flairs,)
BATON UOUGE, LA.
WI Iii. oraeticeln the several Court* of the Fll lb
Judicial District and In the Supreme ßourt
of lioulalana.
1'artlcular attention paid to the settlement ol
successions.
IIa ha* al«o mail« arrangement* In New Or
lean* and Washington City for the *ucce*sful pro*
cutlon and collection of Claim* against the Gov
ernment. deo»
ALVAN E. READ,
Attorney and Counselor at Laar,
OFFICE IN PIKE'S HOW,
ouï nooa icaut or mayor's ot-rioic,
Itnlon lloiiKi', l.n.
PROMPT attention given to tho colluctlon ol al
claim*. aug28-y
CLAYTON Ii, EVATT.
City Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
Office with It. W. K mokkrhocekh , Esq.,
Corner of Tlklrd mul ISouh-vartl Sinti«,
(up stairs,)
BATON UOUGE, LA.
WILL attend promptly to all professional busi
ness entrusted to him. Jan-'ÖO ly
U. M IIART p. e. IIKIIKRT
HART & HEBERT,
BANKERS,
DEALKK8 IN
EXCHANGE, BONDS, STOCKS, COIN,
USC Uli Ii KN T NOTES, ETC.,
UFKIVK ON TI1IUÜ S T It K K T,
B etween M ain ano L aurel,
apr26-ly BATON ROUGE, I.A.
Dr. Tlios. J. Bullingtoii,
RESIDENCE - LAFAYETTE STUEET,
O fll ce on North Boulevard,
one door kamt op m a j. a. m. dunn'« law 0ppi0b.
HAVING returned to reside in town,offers his
professional services to the citizens ot this
city and country. Iebl9-y
city and country. Iebl9-y
Dr. A. 11, Wears,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Office at his residence on Africa Street,
BATON UOUQE, LA.
KE8PKCTKULLY offers his professional Perv
Ices to the inhabitants ef this city and ol
tho parishes of Kant and West llatou Rouge.
j»^- y
JDR. KRATZ,
OFFICE ON Ii AU U EL STREET,
CORNER OP FIFTH ST It K ET,
Jun94-tf BATON ROUOK. I.A.
DR. J. W. DUPREK,,
OAlce nt Ilia rcalilcnce 011 L>aurel Street,
HEAR OF THK M. K. CIIUUCII,
OFFERS his professional services to the citi
tens of Baton Rouge and vicinity jan'24-y
UK. II. II. ItARTMAN,
OFFICE al hi* residence on St. Ferdinand
■ Ireet, betweeo Africa aud Government.
To be found at all other time* at his residence
unie** when profeisinoally encaged. fjan24]
DK. WILLIAM KEYNAUI),
Offer* hi> profes«ional service* to the publico!
Baton Itouge and vicinity.
OFFICE ON CUORCII STREET,
The name heretof or e occupied by Dr. It. H. D at
apr3-8m
JOSEPH TR0SKAL0WSKI,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
BATON UOUGE, LA.
ORDERS left at Gazette and Comet office will re
ceive prompt attention. juneî
BUSINESS CARDS.
DIL I). L. McKITttlCK, .
rTF.TXTTAIj S UKGEON,
CONVENTION ST., Nb.AU CHURCH,
(Episcopal Parsonage,)
baton hoiiok, la:
Tkktii extracted without
I'AIN, l>y tho *leotric/)>rc*ps—
a new way of applying eleotrlelty
Tbl* I* a perfectly nul» remedy,
producing "" I""' eflnrtM— the most delicate con
stitutions are rallier benefited than loured by
It Let tho sutfi-ring people coma mol glv». It a
(rial. Tim poor can have tli-lr teeth extracted
l reo of Charit«. I f they am not able to pay. feblB.
Dentistry, Denlistry.
DUS. I). L. A 1). STOCKING hav
ing permanently located In
llaton Itouge, offer tli"lr prolan
slonal services to the citlfcoji* of
thin city.
Olli«-«' Corner ofCburrli mid l.Htirrl SI».
Ol'I 'oeitk the mktiioiuht oiiuhcii.
Together with our many patron« throughout thin
Stale, wolrive tho pleasure of referring to tlm fol
lowing gentlemen :
.luillfp E. CoOIiEV , I
Judge K. II. F auk Alt, > I'ointo Ooupoo.
A. I'ltOVOHTK, )
Col. J ohn H . S oott , I yVeat Feliciana.
Mr. J. S oott S mith, )
Air. . iohiiua jslcai., 1
W. Dui'BK, M. I».,
11 . 15. H AltTM AN, M . I>. I ,. . ,,
.. i i. i. t Baton Rougo.
Mr.C. B ooki., ( "
Dr. K. H. D ay, |
W. II. N. M aouudkh . J tipr '2 -y
F. A. N EPI1LER,
.Fits I ice of tlic Peace,
r I U ST W ARD .
Office on Boulevard, foot of Third Htreet.
HAVING resumed business, I urn ready to at
tend to nil business and suits, within the
Marlinst delays of the law. aprH
O. W. BUCKNEIi,
Justice, of tlir Peace mul Notary Public,
S K C O y J> WA /il),
OFFICK OÎW I. A Uli KL. MTRKKT,
^Lately occupied by Kuqua Kilbiurne,)
inay'JÖ BATON ROUOK, LA.
WALTI
apr'28
KD.I). CHEATHAM WM. J. WALTI
CUBATHAM & WALTER,
Auctioneers, Collectors, Beal Estate
— A Hl» —
GENERAL AGENTS,
R ooms aï H ou ei /h Or.i» S tand ,
Ilaton KoiiKe, La
PROMIT attention given to the sale of Real
Kstate and Merchandise
SOLOMON KUHN,
COMMISSIONED AUCTIONEER,
UAT.lN ROUUK, I.A.
HEGS leave to inform the citizens of this plnce
and the a<ljOining parishes, that he lias t
regular sales every week In
DRY KOOIIN, CIA)TIIIN<;, HOOTS,
SHOES AND F U It N ITU HE
WEDNESDAY and BATUHDAY, morning and
evening.
N. B.—Goods of all kinds taken on consign
uidiit. Also, out-door sh I hs attended when called
upon to do so. N. KUHN, Auctioneer,
may.'l()-y Corner Main and Third Hts
G. F. Theo. Kingfield,
rROFKBSOR of
VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC,
BATON UOUGE, LA.
OFFICE foot of Main street, in F L
Terpinitz's residence. For particu
iars see circular or ini|uire at his office,
marl Ü
F. PERRII iLAT,
Watchmaker and Jeweller, çz
FROM OENKVA AND PARIS,
WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
HEPA III El) A T S IIOIt T NO TICE\
IN THE VERY BEST STYLE.
THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Lafayette Street, llaton Itoiafçe, La.
F. E. PRUYN,
Carpenter, (Jin Wright & Press Builder,
BATON UOUGE, LA.
IS PREPARED to undertake work in his line
and proffers every assurance that he will exe
cute any contract or Job work with dispatch and
givo satisfaction Orders nmv be left fc r nim st.
his work shop, two streets from Ht Ferdinand
street, near the Asylum (the Gran lpré residence.
janlO
' 'he Bank Building, on Third street, will be
j attended to *
| BA 1 0\ liOLGi^ M:\KBJiK H ORKS«
janlO
JAMES MoVAY,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
BATON UOUGE, LA.
Orders left at Wie Hardware »Store, opposite
-J. SM OLLEN A; Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tombs, *lIonnmcfïTï,
IIEAD-STONES, MANTELS, ETC.,
M n 1 n Street.,
apr'26-ly BATON ROUGE, LA.
Fretl. I^unkc,
CABINET-MAKER,
REPAIRER & UNDERTAKER,
Iiafayette Street,l»et. Main nixl I.aurel,
EAT OX ROUGE, LA.
tW METALLIC COFFIN'S kept constantly <
i hand. uneïî
BUSINESS CARDS.
HOWARD RIEDEL. U»ORUl PI.ETZER
RIEDEL & PLETZER,
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
Glaziers and Paper Hangers,
MAIN ST II K KT,
(U nder O dd F ellows ' H all ),
Hilton Rouge, Lu.
Having removed our hjiop from Third
to Main street, between Lafayette and
Third—we beg leave to announce to our friends
and the public generally, that we are better ore
pared than ever to undertake any jobs lu oifr Hue
ot business, with a lull stock of
PAINTS, OILS, «LASS, (all sizes).
All orders will be promptly attended to.
All orders sent through the Post Office, will
meet immediate attention. maylH-y
levi kellum
HOUSE AND SltïN PAINTER,
a L Ay EU, l'A r ER II A NO ER,
white washer & wall colorer,
Cur. Lufii)ellii ami Mal» Mia.,
BATON ROUUK, LA.
WOULD respectfully Inform the publie, that he
is now prepared to execute, at the shortest
notice, all wor|( that may he entrusted to him In
his line, at the lowest c tah prices.
Ills long acquaintance In this community ren
der* It unnecessary to reler, except to his previous
engagement*. aprïli-ly
JACOB PIPER,
CABINET-MAKEK,
UEI'AlKEIt & UNDERTAKER,
Main St., Piper & llrn<lfor«r* old stand,
Ii A TON JIOUGK, LA.
Ii^URNITURE manufactured and repaired to
order at short notice. Metallic Cases, Wal
nut Coffins, Trimmings, Ac., on hand.
•e |.3
C. F. RABENHORST,
Cabinet - Maker, Upholsterer
—aud—
U NDER TAKER,
Corner of Chureh ami Laurel street«,
(Formerly A. Baumsiark'a stand,)
BATON ROUUK, LA.
M etallic and W oodem O offihs constantly on
hand, and furnished to order at the shorteat
notice. June2;s-y
CHARLES RLJSTON
Wheelwright, Blacksmithing
, IIORSE- s;il OEING
At hi8 old Handy near tlie Catholic Cemetery,
18 WELL SUPPLIED with materials and com
petent workmen to execute all work in his
line in a superior manner and with dispatch,
le respectfully solicits a trial of his skill and
v rkmanship from all In need of such services
feblb-y
EXCELSIOR I
m
H cê V s Boots and Shoes,
BOYS' BOOTS &. SHOES,
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTION8
of pattern anu home-made and East
ern manufacture. .
I have the largest and finest stock of'
the above that ever w.*s In Baton Rouge, and to
rown all, I will sell at prices to suit the million
Come one. come all—walk up to the old City
Shoe 8tore and be shod in fashions* le style.
L. KUNDERT,
dec6 No. 2ft Lafayette street.
U.J.WILLIAMS. KUOKNK KREMKIt
WILLIAMS & KREMER,
WORKERS IN
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron,
AND DEALERS IN
PARLOR, OFFICE ANU COOKIN» STOVES
—OF THE—
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS.
M. J. WILLIAMS takes occasion to inform the
public that he has associated himself with Mr.
EUGENE KREM ER, sn aocomplished workman,
and that he is now better prepared than ever to
undertake and execute work entrusted to him.
Citizens, Planters aud others, needing work in
their line, will please send in their orders and they
will be promptly attended to. Work gusranteed.
A large assortment of TINWARE constantly
kept on hand, STOVE PANS and all other appur
enances for Stoves of all sizes.
8hop on Third Street, opposite Joshua Real's
Variety Store. decll
be
Variety Store. decll
A. BLUM.
dealer in
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
IIATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS,
—And
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Corner Africa and St. Napoleon Sts
HAVING just returned from New Orleans with
<i fall and fresh assortment of the above Goods, I
um now better prepared than ever to meet the
want* ofmy customeii, and the public generally,
at reduced prices, so low as to defy competition.
Come one, come all.
And give A. B lum a call. d c20
NESIIANOCK POTATOES.
A FINE LOT—large and fine, now In «tore and
fur sale at moderate prices
sept3
JOSHUA BEAL
GROCERS, ETC.
CM. U. HAHDOLFH. 1. WM. UATI9.
RANDOLPH.^ BATES,
Wholesale ami Metall
— DEALERS IN
WESTERN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
FAMILY GROCERIES, ETC.
1)UltCIi ASKItH will do well to give ua a call
before btylnir In their «upplle«. Call at the
new «tore on MAIN HTKKICT- in t/te Kil»t etui of
the. TuiMiard ßuitätnfr. octlo
r. VAHQUKZ. 0. QUINTKBO.
Vasques A' Qiitntero,
PRODUCE BROKERS,
AND D KALKUM IH
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO,
Meeraohftnra and other Pipe«,
SNUFF, CIO A II CASKS,
STATIONERY, CUTLEUY, ETC.,
Corner of Tlilrd and Florida Street*,
JanA BATON KOUUR, LA.
JOSHUA BEAL,
Corner Third and Convention Street«
BATON ROUOE, LA.
general okaler iii
WESTERN PRODUCE
FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
School Book«,
STATIONERY, FANCY COOD8
—AND—
NOTIONSORNEUALLY.
PRICB3 TO SUIT TIIK TIMES.
fW Terms < 'nah. jnlfl
ANDREW JACKSON,
TIIIHD STREET,
Near the Corner of Laurel,
BATON RODGE, LA. '
Oeneral Oealer In
WESTERN PRODUCE
Plantation Ac Family Supplies,
DEALERS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS
IlighoBt Prices Faid for Cotton.
seplft
U. "V. BABIN,
AGENT,
(SUCCKSSOU TO L. JADOT & CO.,)
— DEALER IN
HOUSE -FURNISHING GOODS,
CROCKEHYWARE, TINWARE,
WII. I.O W-WAI1E,
the
Mr.
to
in
I
WII. I.O W-WAI1E,
Groceries and Plantation Supplies
IIA V, COHN AND OATS,
II ran, Pork, &c.,
TRIANGULAR BUILDING,
S. E. OF TIIB JAIL,
Cor. St. Ferdinand Africa St*.,
HopL14 BATON ITOUGE, LA.
AUGUST STIiENZKE,
—Dealer In—
Dry Goods, Gentlemen's Clothing,
PLANTATION G O O D 8 ,
Boota, Shoe* and Hats,
Corner of St. Ferdinand <md Africa Streets,
(Southeast of Courthouse Square),
dec8-ly BATON ROUGK.LA.
S. MENDELSOHN,
—Dealor in—
Groceries, Provisions, Wines,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS
—And—
FAMILY fit PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Cor. Lafayette & Florida St*..
Jyl BATON ROUGE, LA.
M. GRANARY,
DE AT, EK IN
Western Produce, Family Groceries
-AND
PLANTATION SUl'PLIES GENERALLY.
BEGS LF.AVE to INFORM hi* PRIENDSaDd
the public at larpte, that he will ïeep on
hand frxnh and full supplie* of all article« in the
proyi*ion line, which he will sell on tern» to aalt
the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pat
ronage Is respectfully solicited, at hl« stand on
Third street. julyl
HOTELS, BAR-ROOMS, ETC.
Magnolia Saloon,
M. METTLER, PROPRIETOR,
»3 LAKAVKTTK HT 1110 KT,
BATOirUOUGE, LA.
Having fitted up tiiib new b a loon
expressly for tha ncoomuiodat Ion of uiy
trlenda and the public, 1« now ready Willi no
asaortment of
WINES -A-INir) LIQUORS
unaurpaased lu the State My LAGEIl 1« frotn
the best breweries of the West, of which a full
supply will always be kept on hand.
IMF* An excellent COLI ATluN served up dally
at half-past IU o'clock, at which will be found ail
the ilelicacle« of the season. A "toothsome snack"
can he had al all hour*. octil
"Our H oubo ."
OTTO having become by purchase, «oie
. • proprietor ol the well known
" OUR H O USE,"
«ftlooa in Batou Rouge, respectfully gives notice
to his friends that he it to be found ou hand
tuere with all the-cholcest l>cv*<rages and ready
to accomodate in a manner worthy of a conti.. u
auce of that liberal patronage hitherto bestow»«:
on the establishment Julvz7
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
John Gass, Proprietor,
OPFOBITK AOADJtMY 11 ALL,
Ft. Louis street BATON KOlGE,LA.
fquThe best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
kept at the Bar. july22-tf
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NEAR THE GRKKNV1LLK AND 0IIARLB810N
Railroad Depot*,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAU0LINA.
apr3U-6tn It. JOYNKIt, P rqi-iuxtok.
NICHOLAS WAX.
DEALKIt IN
FAMILY GROCERIES
And
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
WEST OF COURT HOUSE SQUARH
tebtl B aton R ouqi, L a.
tebtl B aton R ouqi, L a.
BÄUMST AliK'S
GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE,
Main Street,Corner St. llypollte,
BATON ROUGE, LA
HAVING permanently located at the above
stand and opened a FAMILY OltOOKKY
and VARIETY STORE, our old fri.nds a,.d cm
tomer« are respectlully solicited to give us a call
No paioa will he spared to aocouimodite those,
who will favor me with a shareof tlieir palronagt
»«pt7-y ______ _
BATON UODftE
FRUIT AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE
THOMAS BASILISCO
laurel street, near corner third,
DBALKK IN
WEST INDIA & NATIVE FRUITS.
WINES, L.QUORS, CANDIES,
Vegetables & Family Groceries.
rpiIIC freshest Fruits, such aa Oranires,
JL Bananas, Pine Apples, Pears, Le m
ODS, Quinces, Ac , regularly recelted in
their proper season, and sold at the low
est possible priceB. i
:pt'JT
GEORGE M. STEPHANS,
CONFECTIONER,
MUSSKLMAN'S OLD STAND,
TIIIHD STREET.
j^ESPEOTjrULLY informs the public that he
has opened an establishment at the above stand,
for the aale of all the choicest varieties of art!
clea belonging to the Confectiouery business.
Ue will keep on hand, during the warm season,
ICE CREAM, SODA
and auch other refreshments as It may be in his
line to supply to his patrons.
His arrangements to accommodate either ladios
or gentlemen, cannot be surpassed.
An Up-stairs Saloon lor Ladies
has been fitted up in a neat style, to which no
gentlemen, unless accompanied by ladles, will be
permitted to have access.
Pledging himself to do all in his power to afford
satisfaction to everjr one favoring him with a
call, he respectfully solicits a libera) «hare ot
patronage. mar21
Writing Class
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
—OOMMEHl.tJin—
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER ad, 1S67,
—AT—
MRS SAMUEL SKOLFIELD'S RESIDENCE,
M ain S treet, nxar M rs . R ead'b.
aug20 H. 8KOLFIELD.
TOBACCO, TOBACCO.
OH, YES! now you can be s*pplied with that
popular and often called for brand, "Sweet
Sixteen," everybody's "Favorite," also 20 aaddies
Natural Leaf." Vi here? At
aeptlî ANDREW JACKSON
jpoeï
JKET KNIVES, a fine assortment, at
G. D. WADDILL'8,
f«bS Drug 8tore, Main street
MISCELLANEOUS.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
THE REV EDWARD A. WILSON will lend
(fre e of charge) to all who iletire It, Ih* pre
scription with the direction» for making and nring
the simple remedy by which ha waa cured of a
Lune Affection and that drand dlMMM Con
sumption. Ill* only ohjeot Is to beneBt (lie
afHlcted and ha hope« every tuflferer will try this
prescription, ai it will cost thein nothing, and
may prove a blemlng. Please address
' BEV. EDWARD WILSON,
No. 1(35 South Second St., Williamsburg, N. Y.
«•ptl9
INFORMATION.
INFORMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu
riant growth of hair upon a ba)d head or
bi-ardlcs* lace, al*o a recipe for Ihe removal of
eil,i|de*, Ulotuhe*, Kruptlona, Av., on
the skin, leaving the same «oft, clear, and beau
tllul, can be obtained without charge by addre»
iog TllOS. F.' CHAPMAN, Chemist,
sxptl» H23 Broadway, Se* fork
EltbOKS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN who,suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay aud all
the effect* of youthful indiscretion, wfll, for the
sake of sulTerlng humanity, send tree tp all W^io
need It, the recipe and direction« for making the
>lmpl* remedy by wlilob he was cured. Sufferer*
wtailing to prullt by lue advertiser's experience,
clu do 10 by addressing, In perfect confidence,
JUilN B.OGÜKN,
42 Cedar street, New York.
AKKOW TIES.
1HIE PAINTED BANDS and "ARROW TIK8,"
sea complete substitute for roping and
ba'lng Cotton, combining the utmost simplicity
with the greatest possible security. They 4r»
iliwiper than Hope— are fastened quicker, and
hold the bal» to less in silo than Rope. Xhe
aitme cun bo had at Nvw Orleans prices, ni '
augl8 ANDREW JACKSON 'S
Jirrow Tie.
PARTIES AD VERTUE to sell this popular T|e
below Sole Agents' prices. 1 being an Agent
r ir the article, would warn Planters and Dealers
ixtlnst any one who would Impose upon them In
.called" underselling me. I guarantee fall
weight. Onli aud look at the Tie, and If you wish
10 purchase,examine my scales andyou will loon
convinced that none of my neighbors oan
:iiid*r>.ell me.
aug 'Mt ANDREW JACK80N.
NONE BETTEK.
FOP'JLAR SENTIMENT has, thus fkr. accorded
the mend of praise to the "Aaaow tisu"
others are, doubtless, good, but when you *W)t
tin: best—determined so by a thorough (est of the
firmer himself-*)« snre and get the " A rrow
I'm " It I* dimple In constraotlon, ls applied
with dispatch, and holds with unremitting tenac
ity What more would you have, In bot, what
more could you have I
0C Prices a» low as the lowest.
au^l) JOSHUA HEAL '
UUILDEKS TAKE NOTICE.
ill AVE Just received a choice lot of Dressed
Flooring (twenty thousand feet), for sale at
low rales by JAMES MoVAY.
Also, Gin.Bauds, (three ply), Gutta Percha
Oilers, Scythe aud Grass Bladea, Scythe«, Hunt'«
mid Collin*', Kentucky anil Yankee Axes, Wood
Haws, Knives and Steels, and a beeUtlftii assort
ment of Fire Grates, at the New Store of
-uplM JAMES MuVAi.'
I>lt Y ANO GH KEN HIDES.
LVMt.li give th* highest market prlee for Dry,
Green and Salted Hide* dellveied at my store.
No. 2ft Lafayette stieet. When you kill caivea
and l»<ev«t., reiuHtnb r that economy Is the rosd
to wealtji—sav<i the tildes and bring them to me
and get grecu and red backs for them.
L. KUNDERT,
dec.li No. 'ii Lafayette street.
Attention, Planters and Dealers!
WIIKN visiting llaton Itouge, and it> quest
of Groceries and Provision, make 4t your
business to call on every merchant, and price
what you aru in need of, then call at my store,
corner or Third and Laurel streets, and A will
convince you that I am selling cheaper than my
neighbors. £apr«J A. JAOKHON.
Our Favorite, "Robert E. Le«."
rillIK A IM) VK CAPTION Is the brand or a most
JL superb article of Flour, for wldch I am the
ho I- agent in llaton itouge. This Flour is manu
factured at one of the largest and most complete
Flouring Mi'ls In the country, and the name It
Iwars is designed as a representative of its ex.
Silence. [july'^J JoülIUA «KAU ,
Flank Movement on Army tVorm«
r|W PERFORM THIS GREAT FEAT on the
1_ fatal destroyer will bo, to buy your Baling
fro in the cheapest house—look aronnd then, call
t my store, corner of i bird and Laurel Streets,
and jou wiU not regret the stop j/oa have talteu.
augl.J ANDREW JACKSON
When in Need of a Good Lead Pencil,
ASK YOUR MERCHANT for^UmoiUBVand
take no other. For sale to Merchant« at
New York prices at HEROMAN'8,
augli Corner Chu'cU and Florida 8t*.
Bakers, Dealers and Families.
BAKERS, DEALERS AND PAMrtilKS can se
cure grade« of Flour adapted t* their vari
ous wants, by calling at the store of
a
ot
aug22 JOSHUA BKA L
THE ARROW TIE AND BANDS«
IiiAVE now in store, 100 bundles Iron Tie*
and Bands, to which I would luvlte the espe
cial attention of Dealers and Planters. Dealer*
supplied at a liberal discouut and on easy terms.
aug'^2 JOSHUA BEAL
To Merchants and Planters
HAVING been appointed Agent for the cele»
brated "Arrow Tie," or Pointed Band* lor
baling Cotton, I am prepared to sell the same at
New Orleans prices.
aagl.-j ANDREW JACKSON
Bagging, Rope and Arrow Tie.
JUST received, a large supply of the above ar
ticle«, at the Triangular Store Building, one
square below the Court House.
septlO «• v - RABIS, Agent
The Best Needles and Threads
NEEDLES atuok like Pins and Goats' Spool
Cotton. Just received at
July2 BEAL'8 BOOK t VARIETY STORfi

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