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WEST BATON ROUGE, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1868. NO. 33.
THE SUGAR PLANTER.
HENRY J HYAMS, Editor.
PUELISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING.
PFFICE AT THE FERRY-LANDING,
WEST BATON. ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
preases (invariably in advance,).......$4 0a
RATES OF ADVERTISING :
I sqan (eight lines or less) one insertion $1 50
ge esbsequent insertion ............... 71
WCA liberil discount to yearly advertisers.
Fr I ett. W.U. Ckhamb.ra.J. H. La.on
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICB IN THE
pirrf V JOCIAL MDISaaCT,
Comp*sed of the Parishes o0f
gsB AND WIST BATON ROUOER I .ER
VILLE, BAST FELICIANA, AN'D
HAVING connected ourselves with reliable and
isesdtial law firms in New Orleans and Wash.
isgtea, we are prepared to collect claims against
e Oeneral Government.
OFFICE AT BATON ROUGE
AND WEST BATON ROUGE COURT HOUSE.
WHEN YOU WANT a good At, go to the
LAFAYETTE STREET SHOE
STORE THERE EXPERT WORKMEN
AND GOOD FITS
awaits the prompt buyer,
BOOTS I BOOTS11
Pegged and sewed Boots,
AT LOUIS KONDERT
SHOES ! SHOES ! !
Boys boots and shoes, of all kinds
sizes and qualities,
And for sale by
Lafayette street bet., Main and Laurel.
Wills P. Coleman's
Unulatory Corn and
The Manufacture of
thes Mills has been re
rased by the Patentee in
New Orleans, and we
take pleasure in ofernog
them as the very best
Can oely be bought of us in New Orleans.
At the late State Fair they were triumphant
seer ll others, (six different Mills competing) as
they always have been North and South.
All dse4rptions of MILL and PLANTATION MA
euggreom tautly on hand;
yggUl@ 3. D ODLUY & CO..
sIL N o. 9 Perdido at,. New Orleans, La.
vIs A-VIS SALOON,
,r h h risyfeads that he
ASe assortment of extc
and QUORS en always be found' .'tY
ibtlt Aie attention of ooneoisseure is invited.
A firt class BILLIARD TABLE is always
ert these who ladeuig is that manly game.
to the predlses is a LIVERY
parties ena always be accommo
laddle horses, baggles or earriages,
tolr0e salt the times.
esapeestlhfy selloit a share of public
D.L.MC KITR IC K.
aAUBSI LS3ZBTI , .ar the orer of Third,
Y ca snome. at the Isplsoel palsesge
It*lce pwsses o Iufesg the people of
atd a sgu s remry, that I have
of eam Is the above aused lo
of rDe nt is itg an the wt
Ailuab14 Iat f2nd-l this por
ash Me. sis*
UkaFeey lowf are, . 30811 L3
tar ..i-.... .. ....... .:
ub uklbly low pi, L. ROS~fl$LD
Defaer in Wines, Liquors, Cordials, &c.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED from frst hands in New
Orleans a large supply of
Red and White Wines,
Sparkling and Still Hock,
CHAMPAGNE of all brands,
Annisette, Vermouth, Absynthe, Shrub,
Whiskies, Brandies, Gin,
OUIONOLET, CURACAO, BOUNCE,
ALE, PORTER, CIDER,
Lobsters, Sardines, Can Meats,
CASSIS du MONAT d'OR,
Pickles Preserves, Brandy Fruits.
In fine everything aomprising a general stock of
Select Family Groceries.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
CROCK(RY AND TIN WARB,
PLANTATION. SUPPLIES ;
WHOLESAIE AND RETAIL,
AND ALL KlIDU or,
WESTERN PROD UCE,
AGENFS WANTF.D L'OR "'f11F
And Jlow they ,~ ', Foe ht and Di,'d for Dixie,
Incidents nud Skesches of life its the Con
Comprising Narratives of Personal Adventure,
Army Life. Naval Asventure, Home Life,
Partisan D:irin?. Lift in theCamp, Field
and Hospital, together withe Songs,
Ballads, Anecdotes and Hu
morous Incidents of the
War for Southern
7 here is a cerain portion of the war that will nev
ergo into the regular histories, nor be embodied in
romance or poetry, which is a very real part of it,
and will, if preserved. convey to succeeding genera
tnons a better idea of the spirit of the conflict than
many dry teporis or caretul narrative of events, and
this part may be called the gossip, the fimn, the pathos
of the war. This illustrates the character of the
leaders, the humor of the soldiers, the devotion of
wom-n, the bravery of men, the pluck of our heroes,
the rtomance and hardships of the service.
The Valiant and Brave Hearted.the Picturesqne
and Dramatic, the Witty and Marvelous, the Tender
and Pathetic. and the whole Panorama of the War
are here thrilling portrayed in a masterly manner, at
once historical and romantic, rendering it the most
ample, uniquea brilliant and readable book that the
war hasecaled forth.
Amusement as well as ir.struction may be found in
every page, as graphic detail, brilliant wit, and au
thentic history, are skillfully interwoven in this work
of llterary art.
Send for (Girculars and see our terms, and a full
description of the work. Address,
JONES BROTHERS & CO., Atlanta. Ga.
TO THE PUBLIC.
IMPORTANT VETERINARY REMEDIES.
Read the Following:
We, the undersigned, having kniown Mr. J. W.
Santafee for many years can readily certify to his
unbafled skill in the cure of all diseases of the
horse, and sincerely and heartily recommend him
him and his medicine to the public in general,
knowing that it will meet with complete success
to all who may deem it prudent to give :t a fair
trial Foundered horses cured in twelve hours.
Colic in thirty minutes. Botts in thirty minutes.
Distemper in four says. Farsy and preventive
of glanders from eight to ten days. Lung fever
in four days. Lockjaw.
Alfred Hazard, G. W. Catlett,
P. Kreusen, W. 0 Gordon,
Dr. Jones, hi. D., B. II. McGillon,
D A. Toadvine, A. L. Tombs,
Chas. Schields, K W. Hale, Laurel Hill,
R. T. McGuire, J. McGrath, Baton Roton,
J. McKeown, E. 4i. Dubroca, W B Rouge,
i. Clendennan, V. F. Alain,
Ii. T. Allain, J. C. Stafford,
T. M" A" Redman, Bayou Sara.
Having purchased from Mr. J. W. Santafee the
patent of his "Veterinary Remedies" for this
parish, I will fill all orders sent me. In every
instance these Remedies have proved complete
cures. I have used them myself with perfect
sucoess and can confidently recommend them to
Put up in quantities to suit purchasers.
Livery Stable, Ferry Landing, West Baton Rouge.
Wholesale and Retall
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
AND GENERAL DEALER IN
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN
Drugs, Mlledicuuies, Chemicals,
Oils, Patent Medicines, Dye-Woods, Brandies,
ne ioy A icirsa & RR.b.q
W ' pvelerbptanfi easebUY p -
Third Street, opposite the Bank,
BATON ROUGE, LA. jauTl
Ornscs BnuaA, R. F. & A. 8. Panisnss
or IssaVtLa aun WaiT Barx Booau
Plaquemine, La., January 4th, 1858. I
[ctIcunas so. 1.]
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In sooord.ce with special orders No. 160 1
from headquarters Bureau Refugees Fredma
and Abandoned Laude, State of Lotaitaspd
New Orleans, December 80, th, I ._I ).
asssme the duties of Asst. Sub. As.i. Cosimis
sioaer of said Bureau for the ?a m ol f C
vile sad West Baton Rouge · eie Mt I
F. A. Osboura mustered out of the.rslVi
With the assistance of the G8OvEteIet Rb ji
endeavor to discharg my dutieS thep I d
peaeeharoSsy sad i it t tihe
and to the s Ls a~complishPmnat of .
duties I aed not resy the e*op11 e1th e40
officials, but the assisthace of all gd ...
and I feel confident that such usisatan will m
rendered mela the execution of my tieS, with
whish I have been eatrsted.
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CHARBLS U. MERRILL, ~
Aset Sub. Asst. Oemms--lsieU
SU. RUra ........... ............. L.s.n
PRUYN & BRO,9
CARPENTERS, 1ff. WRlI.8l
BATOW ROUQE, La
EDMONSTON & WELSI[ANS.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER
STARCH, PRES'D FRUITS,
BACON, MA CK EREL,
MESS PORK, MACARONI,
POTTED MEATS, PICKLES,
GENEXAL PLANTATION SUPPLIER.
Have now in etbre, and are in almost daily re
ceipt of FRFSH ARRIVALS of
LINENS, SPOOL COTTON,
NAPKINS, IIOOP SKIRTS,
MUSQUITO NET'G, JACONETS,
AND THE LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
A FINE SELECTION OF
AXES, DOOR HINGES,
TRACE CHAINS, Baý
MISCELI.ANEOUS A RTCLEB.
SHOES, HAIR BRUS$ES,
SLIPPERS, TOOTH do
BROGANS, HAIR PINS,
AtUS, . ORNAMENTS,
A"TS, W Ds&ASNC ,
TOILET .SOAPS, CStWSM ,
' &a., -A., Ao., Ac
WOeP a WILL WWARE.
TUB, BUQ *TB,
WASH TJBS BRO ,
SPINW WHEIL8, BAS
S MFTRS, WAS AIia DS',
&, hs., Ac., he., Ae.
Rail Road Depot, West. Bat~ Rowge.
1INNEN & LINNEN LAWNa
Shirt, Table, Pantaloon end Fanny Linnen, at
from 50 cents, and upwards,per yard, for saleby
mch23 L. ROSENFIELD.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER WANTED.
I am paying the highest price for old gold and
silver. E. FENDLER,
ap.16 Watchmaker & Jeweler.
BLACKiSI ITI I
TIlE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
lic that he has established a shop at the Ferry
Landing of the parish, for the purpose of doing
all PLANTATION WORK in that lineoof busi
ness. Being fully prepared, customers will have
their orders filled with all possible dispaceh, in
a workmanlike manner, and on the most reas
my9 ANGUS McKAY.
Ex-United States Deputy Surveyor.
O FFERS his professional services to the public
generally. Orders promptly attended to at
maderate charges. Office on Third street, Baton
C- F, RABRENHOIST,
Corner Church and Laurel Streets,
(Formerly A. Baumstark's stand.)
BATON lOCUB. LA.
METALLIC and Wooden coffins constastly on
11 hand, and faurnished to order at the shortest
ECONOMY & HOME INDUSTRY.
SAVE YOUR RAGS.
A RE NOW prepared to purchase Good, Clean
Cotton and Linnen Bass, in any quantity,and to
pay for them the highest market prise in ash.
They have stablished a depot at No.51 North Wa
ter street for the receipt and storage of rags and pa
per stock of all sorts, under the immediate charge of
Capt. Thomas E. Bass. who is authorised to pay a
liberal price for all stock required by the company's
mills and brought to him in a suitable condition.
Rags may either bl.white, colored or mied, bat
they must be free of s oolens, clean and well handled.
Dealers in paper steek I. the city and interior will
find it to their advantage to communicate with usbe
lore disposing of their stock elsewhere.
Newspapers will advance their opn interests by
lending their infijene to secure the saving and col
lecting of all tlrags to befound in their respeetive
localities. W will credit them in exchange for pa
per at liberal rates forthe n:erchantable rags they
may send us.
Rags sent by the rivers and Great Northern Rail
Road should be addressed to the Company at Mobile,
All shipments by the Mobile and Ohio Railroad
should be directed to Beaver Meadow Stato., the
location of the Company's Works.
SP For turther ainormation apply at the Oom
pany's Depot, No. 51 North Water street, or to the
undersigned, in person or by letter, at the offie of
the Advertiser & Register.
m9 W. G. CLA .K,
GO TO LYTLE'S
FOR A FIN E, C.HMA PaICe']
OF ANTY 1N .: , ,.
WU WAIIpA oL pIVtrrs saWareasd
S Don fort ythe i p e..MAI.N.. T.
O-.oU S TAlB7 AN FY t.: .
>. Don't forbget the pOise, MAINE BU82 T
OPPOSITETill UASLI1Y HOUBE