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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK.
VOL. L. BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1868. no. 13. profession al cards. iAMES 0. ÏDQ0A »• *• 0ALLIBAM FUQ.UA & CALLIHAM, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE IN THE BRICK BUILDING, (MB DJOB list Of TBE PûSTOFFICÎ, Baton Rouge, Lu. WILL practica in the Courts bf the Parishes of East »na West Baton Rouge, Iberville and _£ast and West Feliciana. apr6 SAMUEL P. GREVES/ ATTORNEY AT LAW, Florida Struct, Baton Ronge, La. WILL attend to all business entrusted to him in East Baton Kotije and theadJoi In* Par ishes. " pt3 ° b. e. ohaney. Attorney and Counselor at Law, raa y 7 baton rouge, la. A. M . DUHM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BOBLBVABD st., BW. Cacaos * Titian, Baton Rouge, La, Will attend to all bunlne«» entrusted to him in this _nd the adjoining parishes, and in the city of New Orleans. .I" 18 ' C.D.FAVROT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, —A KD— notary public, Baton Ronge, l>a. Will prastice in the Parishes of Rust and Wssi Bat >n Kou*« and Iberville. Prompt attention will be given to tt» collec lo. of »II claims, notes and »»counts, n v2-t R. H. K\ltKKHBO(KER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, C 'oa. T hird aï a N th B oulevard bts., baton rouge, la. WILL -ractice In the several Courts of the Fli U' Judicial Dlitrlct and In the Supreme Court of Louiftiitnifc. . _ ... . . Particular attention paid to the settlement oi ■ucoessions. . . M - II» has also made arrangements In New Or leans and Washington City for the successful pros ecutioo and collection of Claims agntufit the G ot A. i. read - ooodale READ & GOODALE, Attorneys and Coonselorsat Lajp, OFFICE IN PIKE'S ROW, owe door east 01 mayor's ÇFriOB, Baton Rouge, La. PROMPT attention given to the collection of all claims.^ aug3* -y t . m. habt - »• h1bbbt HART & HEBERT, bankers, DEALERS IH EXCHANGE, RONDS, STOCKS, COIN, UNCURRENT NOTES, ETC., UKPiCfi OX THIRD STREET, B btwkis M ais axd L aurel, aprt&-ly BATON ROUGE, LA. Dr. Thos. J. Ruffington, residence —lafayette street, Office on North Boulevard , obb doob bast of maj. a. m. dunn's law 0fn0b. HAVING returned to reside in towu, offers bis professional service« to the citixens of this eity and country. Iebl9-y Dr. A. H. Hears, physician & surgeon, Office at his residence on Africa Street, BATON ROUGE, LA. EESPECTKULLY offers bis professional serv ices to the inhabitants of this city and o> the parishes of Kant and West Baton Rouge. jau8 - y OR. KRATZ, OCFICE ON LAUREL STREET, CORNER Of FIFTH STREET, lun84-t( BATON ROUGH. I.A. DR. II. B. HARTMAN, OFFICE at his residence on 3t. Ferdinand street, between Africa aod Government. To be found at all other times at his residence unless when professionally engaged. [Jan'24] DR. WILLIAM REYNAUD, Offers his profession«! services to the public of Baton Rouge and vicinity. OFFICE ON CHURCH STREET, The same here tofor e occupied by Dr. B. H. D ay apr3-8m f. a. nephler, Justice of the Peace , FIRST WARD. Office on Boulevard, foot of Third Street. HAVING resumed business, I am ready to at. tend to all business and suits, within the earliest delays of the law. apr8 q. w. buckner, Justice of the Peaee and Notary Publie, SECO-ND WABD % } OFFICE ON LAUREL STREET. (Lately occupied by iTuqua AKilbrame.) may'26 BATON ROUGE, LA. JOSEPH TROSKALOWSKI, j ; > : Surveyor and Civil Engineer, baton rouge, la. ORDERS left at Gaaette and Oomet office wiU re ceive prompt attention. j aneî business c ards . DR. IL U McKiTKIlK, dental surgeon. CONVENTION ST., ltB.AH CHURCH, (Episcopal Parsonage,) BATON ROUG E, LA; Teeth extracted without PAIN, by the electricjbrceps— a new way of applying electricity This il a perfectly safe remedy, producing no bad effects—the most delicate con stitutions are rather benefited than injure 1 by It. Let the suBsriag people come and givt. it a trial. The poor can bnve th-ir teeth extracted tree of charge.if t hey arf no t shle to pay. febl5. Dentistry, Dentistry, RS. d. L. A d. STOCKING hav permanently located in Baton Ron#«, offer their proles sional services to the uitixens of this oity. Ufficc Corner of Church and Laurel Sta. OI'l'oSITS THE MBTHnDMT CHURCH Together wlih our many patrons throughout tblt State, we hive the pleasure of referring lo the fol lowing gentlemen : judge e. C ooley, j Jud ge F. H. F arbaii,»- Pointe Coupee. a. fbovobtb, j £;!Ä?.1S, ( mr. joshua B kal, 1 J. W. D opke, M. D., J II. B. H aktman , M.D. ! Ml .,- n o n ,,„„ Mr. J. C. B oukl, )" baton r0 "* 0 ' Dr. k. h. D ay, j W. H. N. M aurcdkr . J apr2-y Din G. F. Theo. Kingfield. PROFESSOR OF VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, BATON ROUGE, LA. \ OFFICE foot of Malu street, in K L Terp.nita's residence. For pirticn arc see circular or 'ti(|Uire at his office, marl!) CD D. OREATHAtt WM. J. WAITU CHEATHAM & WALTER, Auctioneers, Collectors, Real Estatt —abd— GENERAI, AGENTS, R o om s at B ogjsl's O ld S tand, Baton Rouge, I>M P ROMPT attention iri»en to the sale of Rea Kstate and Merchandise apr'28 JAMES* McVAY, ARCHITECT «T BUILDER baton rouge, la. fcgu Orders left at Mie Hardware Stors, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will b< iromptly attended to. Julyl-y f. e. pruyn, Carpenter, Gin Wright & Preis Builder, baton rouge, la. Xrt prepaked to undertake*»-.), k » it hie tile and proffers every asanratit:« ih*. tin wi , rii cute any contract or Job work with dia.atr.U »no give satisfaction Orders mav he left fr i uim > his work shop, two streets from St Ferdinani street, near the Asylum (theGranlpié residenot janlO f. perrillat, Hatch maker and Jeweller, rnou OINETa ABD PARIS, WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY repaired at short Notice, m thb vist bist 8ttlb. the latest styles of jewelry ALWiTI ON HÄMO. Lafayette Street, Baton Rouge, l<a. BATON ROUGE MARBLE WORKS. IVXJ j. smollien & Co ., js MAVUFACTUBER3 OF VÄ)r Tombs, Monument», HEAD-RT0NE8, MANTELS, ETC., Slain Street, apr26-ly BATON ROUGE,LA. edward rispel. george pletzks RIEDEL & PLETZER, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL painters. Glaziers and Paper Hangers, MAIN STRKBT. (U nder O dd F ellows ' H all), Raton Rouge, La. H AVING REMOVED OUR SHOP from Third to Main street, between Lafayette anc 'I'mrd—we bt-g leave to announce to our friend» ocd the public generally, that we are better ore pared than ever to undertake any job* in our lie ol business, with a full stock of All orders will be promptly attended to. All orders Bent through the Post Office,, will meet, immediate attention. may }B-y PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, (ail sizes) levi kellum HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPER HANGER, WHITE WASHER flt WALL COLOREB, Cor. U ayette and Main St*., BATON ROUGE, LA. llTOoLD respectfully inform the public, that he VV is now prepared to execute, at the shortest jotice, all work that may be entrusted to blm in bis line, at the lowest c sh prices. His Ion; acquaintance In this community ren ^™^~ e ^ r,tor8fer, " 0 ' pUoh,,pr - e - Tio " apr36-ly POCKET KNIVES, a fine assortment, at G D. WAD DILL'S, febS Drag Store, Hala street BUSINESS CARDS. JACOR PIPER, CABINET-MAKER, REPAIRER & UNDERTAKER, Main St., Pipes- >k Bradford'» old stand, BATON ROUQE\ LA. ÎpûBNITCRK manufactured and repaired to order at short notice. MetaU'c Oases, Wal nut Coffins, Trimmings, Ac., on baud. sei 3 C. F. RABENHORST, Cabinet - Maker, Upholsterer —akd— UNDERTAKER, Comer of Church and Laurel street*. (formerly A. Haumstark's stand,) BATON ROUGE, LA. M ctaluc aud W oodeb Oorrisg constantly on land, and furnishel to order at the shortest iotiec. _ j nne23-y Fred, i'unkc, CABINET-MAKER, REPAIRER & UNDERTAKER, '«nfnyette Street,bet. Main and Laurel, BATON R0U(I£,LA. ST METALLIC OOrriNS kept constantly en iand. une'47 CHARLES RUSTON STheelwright, Blacksmithing UOR8E-8HO K1NG,C~^ it hit old stand, near the Catholic Cemetery, [8 WELL SUPPLIK!) with materials and com petent workmen to execute all work in his ine in a superior manner and with dispatch, le respectfully solicits a trial of his skill and ' rkraanship from ail in need of such services febltt-y BATON mit AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE THOMAS BASILISCO LAUREL STREET, SEAR CORNER THIRD. DSALIR IX AEST INDIA & NATIVE FRUITS, winks, L iquors, candies, Vegetables & Family Groceries. rUE freshest Fruits, such as Oranges, Bananas, Pine Apples, Pears, Lern as. Quinces, Ac , regularly received in heir proper season, and sold at the low st possible prices. ~ s«pt2T A. BLUM, Agent, DIALER 1« m goods, clothing 1 HATS, BOOTS, |SHOES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, —And PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Corner Africa and St. Napoleon St». HAVING just returned from New Orleans with full and fresh assortment of the above Goods, l s m now better prepared than ever to meet the" 'ants of my cas.omeis, and the public generally it reduced prices, so low as to defy competition. Come one, come all. And give A. B lcm a call. drclS aft the JYews Oepot, AT THK POST OFIFIO 3E3 ■ —mat bi bad— The La If st Weekly Newspapers, PR I. IODIC A LS, MONTHLY MAGAZINES, NOVELS SOHOOL BOOKS, STATION ERY, septS tie, <&., rfc. sole agency —roB— £AST & WEST BATON ROUQE. —fob— GROVER tt BAKER'S dewing machine8, Needle«, Silk, Cotton, Ac., CORNER OF CHURCH AND FLORIDA STS., feblV k. w. heroman, Agent . WASHINGTON HOTEL, §ohn Gass , Proprietor, OPrOBITE AOADKMT BALL, '. Loui» street batok KOUGK ,LA. The best of W|n«s, Liquors, and Cigars .ept at the Bar. jaly22-tf m. granary, DEALEB IK Western Produce, Family Groceries -AKD PLANTATION SUPPLIES GENERALLY. Begs leave to INFORM his friends and the public at large, that he will keep on and fresh and full supplies of all articles in the ■revision line, which be will sell on terms to su|^ he oash basis of trade. A liberal share of pat. fonage ls respeetfolly solicited, at bis stand on Third street. julyl BUSINESS CARDS. WM. O. BAKDOLPH. j. WM. BATH. RANDOLPH & BATES, Wholesale and Hetall —DEALERS IK WESTERN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE, wines and liquors, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, ETC. PURCHASERS will do well to give ui a call before laying in their (applies. Call at the new store on MAIN STREET—<ft the East end Oj the lunnard Building. ortlu ~ jos T iua ~ beal , Corner Third and Convention Streets BATON KOUOE,JLA. OBBBBAL DBALBB1B WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES, School Books, STATIONERY, FANCY OOO08 —ABD— (VOTIONS «KÜBBALLT. PRICES TO SUIT THK TIMES. 0f Terms Cash. iulyl F. VA8QSEZ. 0. QOIMTEKO. j Vasques 4* Quintero, j PRODUCE BROKERS, ASP DIALER* IS HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, smoking a. chewing tobacco. Meersohaum and other Pipes, SKl'PP, CIGAR CASKS. STATIONER?, CÜTLERY, ETC., Corner of Third and Florida Streets, janS BATON ROCGK, LA. 8. mendelsohn, —Dealer in— Groceries, Provisions, Wines, liquors, tobacco, cigars —And— FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES Cor. Lafayette 4c Florida Sta.. jyl BATON ROUOBj _LA._ nicholas wax. DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES And PLANTATION SUPPLIES, VEST or COURT HOUSE SQ U AR. lebti ' B atob R ocob, L a Leonard's Fruit Store — AR»— OYSTER RETREAT Is to be found under the llarney Bouse, next door to his old stand FRUITS, CONFECTION ERIES, and none but the FhESfiEST OYSTERS daily reieived. SUPERIOR BOARD for a few gentlemen may be obtained on reasonable terms. ttYdTEKS done up in cans—supplied at short riotioe janïl-lm B ~ * george M. stephans, CONFECTIONER, MUSSELMANS' OLD STAND, THIRD STREET. RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE public that he has opened an establishment at tbe above stand, tit tbe sale of all the choicest varieties ot articles belonging to tbe Confectionery nasi ness. He will keep on hand, duriug the season, FEESH OYSTERS, and such other refreshments as it may be In his line to supply his patrons. His arrangements to accommodate either ladies or gentlemen, Canhot be surpassed. A d Up-stairs Saloon for Ladies has been fitted up in a neat style, to which no gentlemen, unless accompanied by ladies, will be permitted to have access. Pledginc himself to do all in his power to afford satisfaction to every one f. voring him with a call, be respectfully eolicts a liberal share ot patronage. novit 4m baumstark's GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE, Main Street,Corner St. Hypollie, BATON ROUGE, LA HAVING permanently located at tbe above stand and opened a family GROOERY and VARIETY STORK, our old friendr ar 4 eus. tcrners are respectfully solicited to give m a call. No pains will be spared to accommodai«; those wbo will favor me with a sbareof fieirpat oaage sept7-y The Best Cologne Water in TowBj is prcparid AUD soldat Ja JA8TREM8KI dt BRO M au #39 Ntar the Oearth «« you slow planter! SLOW PLASTER is noted for small crops and many debts As the time for patting in the flr.t lush Potato Crop Is at band, the -low Planter is rea mmended to purchase cheap Western Potatoes for Ail Med. The Brsl cost is much lese than uhcice Kastern verteilt*— the S roda, t small enoagb tOMT* Urns la digging, io Western Seed Potatoes art JanSS a bkal HARDWARE, ETC. just received A FINE ASSORTVKHT OF BUILDERS' AND HOUSEKEEPERS' . . HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 00N81BT1N« OF STORE, DOOB and other LOCKS, of all kinds STRAP, T and BUTT HINGES DOOR and ÜHUTTER BOLTS. MILL and HANDSAW FILES. BIP, PA NN EL and TENON SAWS. SPIKES, FINISHING NAILS and TACK». HAND AXES and HATCHETS. OOLUNS'A HATCH'S AXES. TRACE CHAINS, COLLARS and HAHRS. BLIND BRIDLES and PLOW LINES. SASH OORD and WINDOW GLASS. SEWING and PEGGING AWLS. BLACKSMITH SLEDGE* A HAND HAWSERS COPPER RIVETS aud BUllRS. CEDAR and BRASS FAUCETS— all sises. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY. SHEARS and SCISSORS WHITELBAD A CHROME GREEN PAINT. BOILED and RAW LINSKED (»IL and PUTTlf. UME.CEMis.NT, PL ASTER PARIS, and HAIR GARDEN WHEELBARROW*, SPADES, SHOVELS and RAR KS. COOKING STOVES aud CURLING TONGS. WALL PAPKRS and BORDER!?—new pattern All of which wjil be sold a) the very lowest market rates. JAMES McVAV, marii Third Street, opposite " » hanlr. j BUILDERS, TAKE ItUTJOE! i have in store a full supply of Boiled and Raw LINSEED OIL SPIRITS TURPENTINE, WHITE LEAD, french zinc, and «11 oil c ol o rs, in quantities to suit Furniture & Copal varnlshett Varnish and Paint brushes, French window-glass aud putty. venetian shutters and b linds of all suitable sizes . Also , lime, cement, plaster paris and hair. builders' hardware, A full stock always on hand and for sale at the lowest R ates. Now is the season to build and fix up your p>o perty. B kicks are plenty and cheap and sand and lumber are eomlog down. Bend In your orders and the.v will be promptly attended to by JAMES McVAÏ. just received, AB AMOBTMSBT 0» FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, GENUINE—NO HUMBUG. tulyS? J. JASTREMSKI'S, Drag Store, Third street coal oil lamps, New Patterns. A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST KKCEIVED, oiBtor raoM titw tovb ^ bt J. JASTRBMSKI <Si BHO., aprll Near the Courthouse. jtjst received, A LA BOB LOT of Stick Candy, Worcestershire Sance PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES, la OA as, Ac., Ac., For sale, very cheap, at jaly«6 SIMON MENDELSOHN'S. MUSKETS, MUSKETS." —a to* or— smooth-bore muskets Well adapted lor »hot Guna, Jost received, and for sale a: $3.00 each, by j. ja8trem8k1 & bro., aprl8 Near tbe Courthouse. GUNS AND PISTOLS. ALLEN'S Breech leading It'itle. Wesson's > reach Load'ig tlfie. Old Style Kentucky hifle, >iDg|. .-hot <4uns, Kuglish Doable Shot Gans, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches Gun and Pistol Tubee, at ang2T BEAL*S BOOK a VARIKTV SiOKE C PISTOL CARTRIDGES. ÖLT'S— 31-100 and 8A-1U0. Smith à Wesson'*— Ï9-100. Derringer—41-100. Allen's—3«-100. Henry's—«4-100. Jost received at aagtf BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE Window Sashes, Venetian Shutters and Panel Doors, I HAVE RECEIVED and In store, a fine as sortment of Window Hashes with Blinds io sait, of tbe following s Use, via: lui 12, ltixll 10x18 and 10x16 laches ; Panel Doors, 3x7 (set 6 inches and 8x8 feet, made in the bast manner and of seasoned Lumbar, for aale tow. junsl JAM KS McVay BARBY* TRICOPHEOOUS ruLi jei» J^TO LL sa] apply Just received at baal'arook * variety store D r. J ohnson in a T heatrical Ro w .— It is & little curious to find Dr . Johnson a chief performer in s disBurbance on the stage ; bot Gar - rick used to tell a story that wheu , in tbe younger days of himself and his friend at Litchfield , their native place , some si rolling players oame and per - formed at the theater , Johnson took a cbair and seated himself oo the stage . Leaving his seat for a few minutes , be found it occupied on Bis return by a stranger , who ' refused to give it up , although formally re - quested so to do . Thereupon John on , wi ' hout fun her parley , took op chair and maa together , and boiled h?m into the pit . ilrs . Thrale th lught it worth while to inquire if the » o y was true . " Oarrick bas not uy. i ' ed it in the telliug ," said the 'lo t r quietly ; " it is very near troe , t > be sure ." Th > t Johnson was a man of a (h le i o constitution , capable io bis youth of putting forth great strength , there 0 n be little quesiion . As tbe bath - 1 ig untn said iu 1766 at Brighteloi - stone , when he sa yi tbe doctor swjm » tiling aod buffeting with the waves , '• Why , sir , you must have been s - tout - hearted gentleman forty years ago ." SHERIFF'S SALES, ETC. .?1'ATE OF LOUISIANA—ilFTH JU diciul District. IJuun— l'urieh ot West Ba ton Rouge—la tbe matter of the Sttcce. oiuti ut Juiin A . Bini,deceaeed- No. K68. BY VIRTL'E of t> uomiuireion issued in the above xiioceesion and directed ' 'he ot tbe Barieh of East Baton Ronge Irotu me Houorable Court »tor« nuid, 1 will expose to public sale in front ut he Courtboiiee door ot tba satd Pariah of East Baton Rouge, ob MO.%OAT, the "44th day of Fcbraary, a . D ., IStiS, at 11 o'clock, A. M, of said <iuy, tbe following described property, to V 'tHE UNDIVIDED INTEREST aa on« uf tb» three heir« ot Abraham Bird,da . oiit-ed, in the Hollyrood plantation or «a 'nie situated about ten tnilea below tha city of Baton Rouge, having a front of n no ut twenty-eight arpenta more or leas, on tbe Alieeisaippi river, with a depth '.hereunto belonging, and bounded above by lands of Madame Pauline Hebert, below by lauds ot estato of Gilbert Duigre, and it; the rear by lands of Uiuky aud others i.igetber with the interest in the improve ments thereto belonging. TfcKMa of Sali .- On it credit to corres pond with tbe tailing due of tbe mortgage note to-wit: on tbe 7th day of August, 1868. EU. D. CHEATHAM, jan 25 Deputy «sheriff STATE of louisiana-fifth judi cial District Court - Parish ot East Baton Rouge —j. c. Cbarrotie , Administrator , vs . g w. Wutson — No . lj>82. By virtue ol a writ of aeiznre and sale iscdted iu the above aait , and di - i toied to the iSbunffot said Pariah from the ilouoruble Court aloresaid , 1 have aeiaed ami wili expose to public sale in froatof the Court House door of said Pariah , in tbe city of Rulqn r' juge , on SATl'HDAk, the 7u> day of March, 18ÇN, at 11 o ' clock , a. m ., of aaid day , a 1 ' the tight , title , interest aud claim ol the d«.' Itindant , iu and to tbe following ueac ' iottd mortgaged pioperty , to - wit : a certain tüaot of land lying a nd being in the Parish of East Butou Uoage , on tbe Amite River ," at abouCthe distance of litteon and a half miles from ttie city of JBa '. on Rouge and bounded on the Nortb by lancis of Ii . w. Dearing , East by the Amite hiver , South by lands of the heirs of Wesley Chambers and Weat by public lands , containing «40 acres , more or lees , with aii the buildiuga and im - provements and appurtenances thereunto belonging . Seized to pay and satitt / y the amonnt of j udgment , interest aud cost claimed herein . T jckiis of S ale The sum of Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars with interest nt eight per cent per annum from October sjth, 1867, and all coats and chargea in cash , and on terms ol credit lo meet a note lor Three Hundred anci Fifty Dollars , fail - ing due October iSUih , lstib, and according to law . ed. d. cheatham, io b4 Deputy Sheriff . state of louisiana-fifth Ju - d ic ial Di st rict Court - Parish ol East Ba - ton Rou . e —l. Bloom va. k. Cheney — nu. 1817. By virtue of a writ of^. fit. issned in the above numbered and entitled - ui', a nd diiected to tbe feberttf of the Par - ish aloresaid aud from the Honorable Court aforesaid , i have seised and will expose to public sale , in front oi the Court lUuse dour of said Parish , in the city of iiaton Rouge , on *A't Ii KUA h .the *lh day olMarch, 1S68. it 11 o ' clock , a. m. of aaid day , all the right , title , interest and claim of the de - letidaut , in aud to tbe following desiibed property , to wit : a certain tract of land situ - ated in this Parish , at about eighteen (18) miles from the city of Baton Rouge , con - taining seven hundred und sixteen (716) . eres , and bounded as follows : On tbe North by lauds of owners uuknown , oa the South by lands of Lewis Kelly , on the bast by the Bowman t/ act , on the West by lande of Lewta and David Haut , with til tbe bniidings aud improvemeata thereon . seized to pay and satisfy the amonnt at ludgment , interest and cost claimed in the above suit . T brms of 8alb— Cash , with the beaeft t. J. bird, of ^ praiaamaat .