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We are requested state that the
proposed .celebration in' honor of the
State Convention will not take place
We regret to learn that Willie, son of
T. A. Oblol, while runninpg aecroes a gal
lery, got his foot caught in On open
apace, and broke his leg.'
The exercises of the State University
oocurred too late yesterday evening to
be noticed in this issue. Next week we
will make proper mention.
We return thanks to Rev. P. Lane,
Principal, fs an especial tnvitatien tO
attend the vocal and insi~dmental con.
cert at the blind inetitution.
It is thought that the Constitutional
Convention will adjourn in a few days,
as they have nearly completed their
duties. Hurry up, gentlemen.
Don't forget that we have Just receiv+
ed a lot of new sad late styles of type
specially adapted to the printing of
cards, bill-heads, note-heads and elreu
lars. Call and examine specimens.
Rev. Dr. C. K. Marshall, who arrived
in this city Thursday, will preach at the
Methodist church to-morrow morning..
Monday night, in accordance with an
nouncement elsewhere, he will deliver
The news of the first vote taken on
the Capital question by the Convention
aroused the enthusiasm of a good many
of our people, and a considerable amount
of gunpowder was used firing cannon in
honor of the event.
We learn that on next Thursday, 10th
inst., the membersof Capital Lodge No.
13 I. O. G. T. will give a basket picnic.
Committees have been appointed to
make the necessary arrangements, and
it is expected to be a grand affair.
We reproduce our article of last week
concerning the exhibition given by the
Institution for the Education of the
Blind, on account of an egregious dis
arrangement of it in the make-up of the
form. It appears this week as was orig
We acknowledge the pleasnee of hav
ing received an invitation to attend an
ice-cream party, given by Mrs. Wiseman
at her boarding house last Sunday night.
We regret that we were unable to at
tend-having been detained at home by
SSufficient rain fell in this immediate
neighborhood last Wednesday to effec
tually lay the dust, but not enough to 1
give the crops any material benefit. We
understand that splendid rains have fal
olen in some portions of the parish, while
other are sufntfering deriously.
We are informed that Delegate Jas
tremski's eyes have been quite seriously i
affected, but are glad to know they are
improving rapidly. Our ncineation
leads ns to believe this to be tflse, as
such eyes as his can be smitten only by I
some fair form or bright faee.
We hgpard a gentleman abusing oroak.
ere yesterday, saying: "Confound them,
they will stick their infernal nonsense j
in my years !" Now, what would the t
world be without these "infernal oroak
erse' A dog must have a tail, or else
he couldn't wag it and show his joy. a
Let thd croakers alone.
We regret to have to record the death
of Mr. John Hauck, after a painful and
lingering struggle with the fell-des- t
troyer, consumption. He was a native
of Bavaria, buthad resided in this city
for twenty-five yearns. Being a fireman
and an Odd Fello., he was burled with
the honors of these two institutions.
Mrs. Philip Friedman gives notice in Ii
this issune to her friends and former ens- 8
tomere that she has resumed business at p
the old stand occupied by her husband u
on Main street. She keeps on hand all n
hinds of dry goods, groceries and hard
ware, which she is selling at the lowest '
cash prices. Don't fail to give her as
call and examine her stock.,
At a meeting of a large numnber of our i
citizens, Wednesday night, it was deter- i
mined to have a grand celebration in
honor of the State Convention for its
just and noble action In restoring the
seat of government to Baton Rouge. t
Subsequently, however, it was decided
to postpono the matter until our dele
gates can come up and participate.
CoNvxIcerD or MuRDER.-Harry Clark
charged with the murder of a colored I
man name¶ Rollo, on the plantation of
Mr. Fergus Gardere last year, was tried h
by our District Court Tharsday and "
found guilty of murder, with capital 0
punishment. Conviction teems to be
the order of the day with the court, and C
violators of law in East Baton Rouge
had better stop their evil practices. r
The Gloriols Fourth dawned yesterday e
*lear and serene. Up to our time of go
ing to press the colored people were
making preparations for their grandt:
celebration. Flags were waving from o
windows and galleries in all parts of
the city in honor of the natal day. If 1
the bloody shirt slanderers ofourpeople o
could have been here and witnessed '
the many acts of fealty to the Union C
their prejudices would perhaps be some
what softened. h
Capt. Alex. LeBlano, "an old Baton
Rouge boy," but now of Magnolia,Miss., p
was in the city last Saturday, and gave y
us a call. We wereeore than pleased c
to see the true, earnest face of the Cap
tain once more, and a delightful half
hour was passed listening to his recital a
of the doingesin that dear town. He in- p
formed us that Magnolia was improving a
rapidly, andl we do not wonder, as it is fl
one of the most healthy and beautifil o
locations on the New Orleans and Jack- ti
smn railroad, and has the cleverest peo- b
pl!e. As a sumnmer resort Magnolia has ti
no superior in the State.
LoulWnis i fort ll.im - l6
~The voca *id iauatnenl .eoert
gi lven by the above intitution, came off
Wednesday night;- t- the appointed I
h our the hall was cto*ded to overflow
>be hag-the doo;m, wiidso ind cio4dors
being occupied by people anxious to t
'L witness the peribrmeanoe and acquaint
themselves with the progress made by p
the pupil ; dariig the y ,tA. Grace', h
beauty and Intelligence charaeterized d
the gathering, aed.the good behavior of t
e those .-wide the hall, together with the g
interest manifested during the presenta- I
1 of tion of each piece, demonstrated clearly p
ral. the attractivenesiof the entertainment. I
en The following pomposed part first of the ae
Valse Brilliant-From the Opera of a
ity Traviata-arranged by J. 8,. Lavoerty- -
Polka de Concert-Wallace-Mr. 8. a
Reeitat -"'Why Is It Bt"--Mlees p
1e, Solo and Quartette-My Soul to God
t- -Clapiseson-Mies Lena Oakley,' Mrs.
E,- . Fgle and Mesrs.m Lampton and k
Violin Duet*-F. Masa, W. Murray
and R. Harris.
Ye, Doyle. a
eir Allegro movement alom Beetjoveo's t
Pathetic Sonatis-Mie V.'Carlint
Song--l'd be a Shepherdess-Cho- a
Sdens--Mis M. Kernan. f
dGreten Polka-4. 0enradi-Orohestra. b
PART I. o
Then came the exanination of the
In' Class in thi.eeedry of Musie, by'M. 3. a
8. Laverty, instructor of music in the
ed Institution. It was thorough andi com- o
he plete, and the promptness with which
1 the pupils answered the 'Interrogatories
n-. showed how well and perfectly they
rer had beeh tauenght the inspiring science.
Chorus-Hail to Thee Liberty-Ros- a
on Piano Solo-Triumphant March--Miss of
Mary Starkey. b
ny oReltatlo-"dvice to Boys"-Miss b
mi Mollie Kernan. at
in Violin Solo-Selections from II Trova- P
tore-W. Murray. . .
PitrWo olo-Delta Kappa Epilon
March-Miss M. Kernan.
Reeitstlon--"The. Changed Cross"- In
lo. Miss M. Starkey. to
i. Piano Solo'-Introduction and Waltzsee p
to --trauss-Miss Kate Doyle.
Vocal Trio-Mermaid's Evening Song ai
--Glover-Misses Doyle, Carlin and Star- 'V
Clear the Track-Galop-Orohestra. fr
ek At the conclusionofthe entertainment, h
in fetjust previous to the beautiful ren
dition by the orchestra of "Clear the
Track," Bev. P. Lane, the eficient prin
he oipal, delivered a short and appropriate b
ig address. He disliked the idea of having t
the insbuation termed "The Blind Asy
, lum, for that merely implied dependence
< and a claim of life charity upon the t
in resources of the State and the people. in
it. This he desired the assembly to under
it. stand was not the object of the institu
by tion. It was a school for the education pl
of the blind-to give them such knowl
edge and skill as, would place them
t above want and the world's obligatory
0 sustenance. Without an education the
to blind person was an object of charity-
re with it he was capable of making his
1-own living. He gave an illustration of
its practical economy, proving conclu
sively that it was a saving to the State
to educate her blind. Though bereft of
ly the wondbrful faculty which displays
re the world's beauties and attractions,
m, armed- with the invincible weapons of
• skill and education, the blind man was
Snot an object of charity, but compara
tively independent. It was not impossi
ble that through this medium the world
( would come to know of genius that
L, might otherwise foreverlie dormant and
o inactive in the cradle of ignorance. His
1I tory furnishes beautiful instanees of the A
2- genius of the blind in the past, and why TI
Be not in the future ? Deprived of almost oc
V. all the ordinary enjoyments of life bn
account of a sightless faculty, what a an
h blessing and consolation it is to the ab
blind man to be able to gather at the th
sensitive tips of his fingers the grand w
truths of the Maker and glorious scenes am
that are denied him through the mis- de
fortunes of optical defection. p1
The entire entertainment was a sueno- te
ees. The programme itself shows the ar
skill acquired by the orchestra, and cl
a it would be superfluous in us to con- to
c. gratulate Mr. Laverty upon the high A
rt point of excellence attained by the class pi
d under his instruction. In short, the th
11 musio was splendid all the way through.
j- The recitations by the young ladies
t were worthy of special mention. EacH teF
a and every one of them recited their re- no
spective selectini in the most charming 18
and interestingnmanner, frequently ho - rei
ir ing the audience sell bound, and elicit- dr
Sing rounds of applausee The songs, too, is
Swere well rendered, and we doubt if b
there was a single person in the audi- th
ence who went away dissatisfied. On tri
the contraryt, all seemed so well pleased th
that there was an evident thirst for ed
more when the orchestra concluded its ab
inspiring rendition of "Clear the Track." th
k To Mrs. Lane and her assistants nmch to
d praise is due, as the entertainment fur- Mi
f, nished ifldubitable evidence that they m
d have striven earnestly for the advnce. re
d ment tf the female pupils-and sue of
1 ceeded admirably,.
SC0losing Eeroises of _ entenary 01ege. H
S We learn from a party who ha just fo
returned from Jackson that the ontire m
y exercises ofthis time honored Instittion fo
.. were more than ordinarily entertai.iang.
e The young gentlemen all acquitted
d themselves well. Mr. John Chanlbers, i
n of Baton Rouge, graduated with diitinc- or
,f tion and delivered a very fine adaeress. a
[f The exhibitions by the young meni the
ce oommencement sermon by Rev. S. 8.
4 Woodwardr, the Alumni address by Rev.
n C. W. Carter, the address to the socie- te
. ties by W. H. Gloodale, and the Baca- d
laureate address by President Andrews,
were all good, and added fresh laurels
nto that old institution, which for the
Spast fifty years has been educating the
Syouthe of our State. The address ofMr.
Carter is deserving of special notice. o
His subject was well selected, logically
and eloquently developed. Mr. Good- el
ale's speech, as usual, was laden with l
- practical good sense, mnuch research,
g and ornamented with those gorgeouns
a flights of poetical fancy so characteristic ori
ii of his populat compositions. Thehospi- pi,
tality of the citizens of Jackson is un
bounded, and hundreds look forward to a
a these annual reunions as the oasis in e0
li6's arid deserts. ei
u ot u i:al s i'
no off The usunal eeroiees of thi;splendid d
inted OChalty came o f4 the ev l of las
flow- Wednesday. " lwash i M th
fdore p most refinedl anImes of ladies and
is to gentnean, evidencing by their presease at
naint their interesti the institution. After
Is by p few app words f wel6m t
reeS, Major Prestosi ed superinten- as
rived de 4,e usfrt
for of taut,2 ite f tM In
h the geitleman +e tedwith t
enta. Institution, and t r of the dr
early pxeroises gave fuall et f his ablI- th
sent, ity as a teacher. Wbile as inter
' the esting and greatly fq we` awenake f
special mentibtý ' the qhsit' pathos bI
ra of with which Miss Lion repeated the r!
rty- Lord's prayer by means. of'signs. The
r, audience enjoyed greatly Master Kilroy's
:humorous rendition of eharacter. The IL
Miss pupils presented a neat, orderly apsptj
anoe, and showed i genuile ehjoyment
rs. of the affair. Much credit is due the 8a
and kindly Matron, MrsaCorney for the in- o
resrt slte evlil6t take 4itli wlue t f 1ol
irray *f t b
a ed adb -o-mpt the
[tate Under the present favorable financial ml
auspices Major Preston and hi asmil- de
ren tants will soon render this a complet de
hon- and tpaough ednucational institutioi
for the da~ f and dumb of our State. Our co
strn. best wislds go withtile institution, its its
offcers and pupils. .. n. o
e The evening's entertainment ended in
. J* a pleasant dance, in which the audience po
the participated with that delight known th
0om- only to Terpsicorean devotees.
SPass Him Around&
Moe. As the editor of dpublio journal, it is o
our duty to expose rascality of all kinds,
Ros- and to put the public on their guard be
against bad men. In the performance
Miss of that duty, which is sometimes painfli tic
Miss because of old acquaintance and friend- o
ship, we are compelled to state that
ova- Prof. P. Rivinie, of Jaekson, committed
an offense, on the 12th ult., near this
place, that ought to consign to everlast
a"- uing infamy and prevent his adtnission
to the residences of all respectable peo
Ities ple. Had the offense been comnmitted']
long at most house in this section his body i
tur- ,would now be food for worms, as but
few fathers could have been restrained .
ra. from hunting himt down and killing
Lent, him on sight, notwithstanding his
plea of drunkenness or insanity. The
outraged father requests.us to notify He
n- him that he can have the tools he left Be
behind in his flight, if he will ddme after De
vig theip.-Brandon (Miss.) Republican. an
e MrePLz CoNIDnerO .-Three lit- an
the tie darkies called at a gentleman's house ti
in Baton Rouge last week and asked the Yo
itu- privilege of gathering some figs from the m
tuon many trees in his yard. The fruit being Be
awl- plentiful, their requeot was readily M.
hem granted, and the little black rascals Vi
rushed into the yard and mounted the Y.
tor trees like so many squirrels. In a few (
the minutes they had filled their basketse Co
his and left. No more was thought of the ye
matter until two or three hours after-' Or
n of wards the lady of the house discovered I
tate that a certain .aluable peach tree, the Yo
t of fruit of which had been sacredly guard- Th
ly ed, was stripped of its large red beau- No
ties. Being hid from observation by the
s of fig trees the scamps saw the prize and
captured it. We commend them to the j
a motherly care and religious discipline
ass- of the bloody shirt wives of Northern
orld demnag6es, who delight to howlabout
ohat outhern outrages upon' the victimised
lis- The exercisees given by St. Joseph's GRI
the Academy, at the Convent, Monday and
why Thursday nights, were very interesting
iost occasions. The fair scholars seemed to (Ih
bn yvie with each in. the effort to excel,
it and acquitted themselves with remark- -
the able credit alike to themselves and
the their instructors. Each night the hall
and was crowded with an intelligent and
unes appreciative audience that manifested O
ms- delight and enjoyment by hearty ap- the
plause. In these exhibitions the Sis- wil
eno ters have demonstrated how thoroughly wil
the and systematically they eau control
and children and "teach the young idea how
ion- to shoot." We trust that St. Joseph's
igh Academy will always flourish and fur
lass jish superior ednucational advantages to an
the the people of Baton Rouge. qui
ie The case of the 8tate vs. Arthur Boi
alt treaux, charged with killing Alfred lie
re- nan at Musseon Station in December, ma
ing 1877, was tried last Tuesday. The jury
l- rendered the same verdict as given in
firt- Irst trial-"guilty without capital pun- &
too, ishment." The accused was represented
t if by Mr. C. O. Lanve, of Plaquemine, and
idi- the State by our able and tireless Dis- Ki
On trict Attorney, of course. We are told St
Red that during the trial the point was rais- cot
for ed to postpone the case on account of an j
Sits absent witness, when Mr. Lamon asked -
:k." the counsel for defense what he wished
uch to prove by him. The defense explained. Bu
fur- Mr. Lamon said: "I admit the testi
hey mony," and the ease was proceeded with, N
lce- resuilting in conviction and the lessening
mc- of parish expenses. S
We are indebted to the Young Men's ses
ige. Hebrew Assooltiton of Donaldsonville pri
for an invitation to attend their "Sum
tire mer Night Festival" Wednesday night, N
lonJuly 16th. The entertainment is given for
g for the commnenuable purpose of procur- faci
ted ing funds to establish a library and read- Coc
ors ing room. The programme embraces
inc' orations, songs, declamations, essays,
s. and a debate-the whole conchiding p
the with Terpsichorean opportunities. The the
debate on the question, "Is the United eR
tev. States a success f" will assuredly be in
cle- teresting. We beg to ask-Young men, fr
don't be too hard on "Uncle Sam."
l MRs. NORA M. JONIEs.-We take
great pride in calling attention to the
e the short serial story on our first, page, Da
the written by this talented lady. It is not
Mr. our purpose to present it as a thrilli~ng
ice, narrative, but one of beauty and finish chi
illy -replete with splendid descriptions and in
Selegant delineations. Our people should
h, take pride in Mr. Jones' productions and cia
ou treasure them as much for their local
stic origin as for their merit. The above cal
Pi- plot embraces polidal reminiscences of -
an interesting character, which will be S
in eagerly read by either native or for- wh
I atdneat hiO ' `
toy b$ no all in the;
subject, "the Q a~t 34& ;4i4
8autoof u IBellon
liarhaM&&fs:ýZ ' ti
dry thoni. They -6io Iýr ý
they eher it.. I will mos~t* I~
The leot" will take;ai
Jf Jl . Let
uy ati~oket And
''0. BfIDlEPIND1e'L ` Co.
WnRA, It has -p$ 14 l glle
Iand Almight Ruler o_ . yre
again to send the terri of
forverfromi oa r m
brother firtl an, Jb
' Be it e ed, Tlhfi
missively to the wiiomn of theivine
decree, this company has to-mourn the
death of one who, when an activemeom
ber, Over freely discharged his whole
duty as only a true and brave mani
could, and as an exempt memtber one of
its strongest advocates e a ables sap-i
porters thh ey neeUe of 6 6 -in .
safe counel, a at the iauassiined courtesy
and uniform kindness of his genial dti
position will-be sadly missed by all
that in his death the general publio roe
ogniao the loss of a good citizen, who in
all the phases and vicissitudes of his
fifty-one years of life, has over been re
jnarked as possessing in the highest de
gree saih manl' vi ýx4 urage,
honor and abilghtne 6"ll "tif'6;r
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize
with his relatives and friends in their
Nrther Resolved, That these resoln
titois be sptead upon the minutes and a I
copy thereof respectfully presented to
the afflicted famil.
LINDAY D. BEALE,
C. G. :TEMPLET,
EVERET W. GIBBENS,
Zinc Iron Disinfectant.
I ') ECOMOMEITDE and oedered to be
.IL ned by respective Boards of Health
in all Southern cities. For sale by
je28-1m W. T. OLUVERIUS.
The Girondiii '
TS OFFICIALLY ENDORSED by H. a
I Endeman Ph. D. Cheipist Board of
Health, N. 1. Charles Rice Chemist e
Bellevue Hospital, N. Y., and he Health
r Departments of eew York, Baltimore,
and Washington, the United States Navy
Yard, Brooklyn, the Health Officer of the
Port of New York, the Public Charities
and Correction N. Y., Board of Educa
tion, N. Y., College of the City of New '
York, New York State Inebriate Asylum.
John J. Crane, M. D., chairman Com- J
mittee of Inspection and Surgeon to
Bellevue Hospital, Daniel H. Kitchen,
M. D., Chief of Staff, Charity Hospital, el
N. Y., L. DeForest Woodruff, M. D.,
Visiting Surgeon, Charity' Hospital, N. e
Y., Austin Flint, Jr., M. D., Surgeon 2
General, S. J. N. E. . Janeway, D.,
Com. of Health Department, N. Y. City. o0
The Howard Association, NewOrleans, -
Young Men's Chrtisnla ocli ation, New
Y Orleans, St. George's Socety, N!Orieans.
Dry Dock, East Broadway and Bat
tery Railroad Company, N. Y., New
York and Harlem Railroad Company,
Third Avenue Railroad Company, N. Y.,
New York Stock Exchange.
Centennial Committee on Supply,
Westminster Kennel Club.
je21 F. M. BROOKS, Agent.
EO. J. ILsON,
GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
SADDLERY AND HARNESS. T
Cvn rThiud and Con lontio St,
fbbl5 BATON ROUG)O, LA.
DERSONS holding claims, such as B
warrants or certificates of indebted
ness, against the parish of East Baton
Rouge, not in suit, are notified to present
them for registry to the undersigned,
within sixty days from this date, or they D
will be barred.
By order of the Committee.
E. D. CHEATHAM, T
F OR SALE-The store and dwelling.
situated on the corner of Boulevard T
and Church streets. For particulars, en- of
quire on the premises. mar22-3m is
TAGONS-James Roosa and Gra
V ham's celebrated Memphis Wagons
and Carts always on hand, which I offer m
at prices to compete with any in the 0'
market. WM. GARIG.
INSURANCE 011-170o fire test; guar- t
anteed to be non-explosive. David m
& Garig. pn
N EW GOODS-Persian Insect Pow- e
N der, Hop Bitters Balland's Flea
Killer, McMnnn's Elixir of Opium, 6
Strictly Pare White Lead, Gold and Sil
ver Paper Tissue Paper, all colors, Ja
cob's Cordial for Diarrhma etc. etc., at
je21 BROOKS' DROG STORE. l
DU'ERANDCH E8E.. fallstook D
B of Sttaight's Creamery and Roll
Butter, and Factory Cheese, at
N EW STOCK SADDLERY.. Men's T
Saddles, Boys' Saddles, Ladies' Side
Saddles, Riding Bridles, Riding Whips,
Saddle Blpkoets, Saddle-bags, Wooden
and Leather Stirrups. A large and good
assortment of the above in store, and
prices lower than they have ever been, M
at store of WM. GARIG.
N OTICE TO SUGAR PLANTERS.-
I am now prepared to take orders (
for Horse or Steam Sugar Mills manu
factured by the Blym'er Manufacturing
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, and by
George L. Squier'& Bro., BuArdlo, N. 1.
I am the agent for the above 4lrms and
would advise all parties who intend to
purchase mills this season to send inn
their orders early, while cheap fr':ights
can be procured. WM. GARIG. 8
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-I havjut it
received, and offer at low figures, t
fresh supply of Cape and Ohio Rivet.
Lime, Hydraulic Cement and Fire Brick.
0 RIENTAL Powder Agency.. We se'l
Sthe above at New Orleans prices. c
David & Garig.
DBRICK-I have on hand and ready for
. delivery 500,000 finest quality ma
chine-made Bricks, which I offer for sale et
in quantities to suit purchasers, at the a
lowest market price.
I have also on hand a lot of Brick espe
cially suitable for paving purposes.
Parties desiring to purchase above will
call at my office for orders for same.
WM. GARIG. O
SUGAR COOLERS-I have on hand a
Stinelot ofsecond-hand Sugar Coolers,
which I will sell at a ver lfre.
Lea:es `B , oxC for #: s ib 1
i or r d at 1
or tq ht or ý b ,
VICKSEW Q URLEANB UR AYOUAA PACKET
THOip OnPt ,
Sa tter. J. ,
Leaves Baton Rouge for Baes O re
every Wednesday at 4P.M., nd Kundy
For freight or a, a on beard,
or to dW Agent.,
NEW ORLEANS AND BAYOU SARA PACKET.
T IH new, fleet and Anend
Sspassened pascket r
"DJOHN W . CAN
J. C. L o, J. .MoSrP
Leaves Baton Rouge for Bayou Sara
every Thuesday and Sat at 1AM.
Leaves Baton Rouge for NewOrleans
every Weeday at p M.andSunday
P yat 7 A. ,
For freight or passage aly onoard,
or to WM.dARG, Agent.
ORLEANS AND BAYOU SARA PACKET.
JOTHE SINGERW. CA
J. C. Lrno, J. H. Moesor,
Leaves Baton Roi for Bayou inesf
every Thursday and Sunda at 10..-M.
Leaves Baton Rouge for New rreans
every 'riday at 7 A. M., and Mo ye~n9at
Forfreight or passage applby ard,
During the Year 1878.
DOTIE SSI ER
THAT OF ALL THE OTHERS COMBINED,
Beware of WORTEl IS8 IMITATIONS
offered s the Improved Singer
at $25 to $835.
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE SINGER MADE BY
THE SINGER. ANilFACTURING
DON'T WASTE MONEYon INFERIOR
The genuine Singer Machines have prin
ted on top of the Arm the words
Te irnger Manufacturing 0ompany.
The trade mark
of which this out
is .a fae-simile, is
placed on the
Arm of every
machine directly e
over the stitch@
-egulator. )I. .4
The fact that *
the only sewing
machine unseer- 4
puloues men have 'Og
to imitate is the
Singer, is sufi
cient evidence of its sleriority over all
otThr. Therie is no loger any excuse
for buying any of the eap macthines
hawked about the euntry, with no
claim for patronage but cheapness.
.D only with the (ompany or Et.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
N0. 83, CANAL STREET,
SBRAiLtCH OFIC ON
MAIN ST., BET. CHURCH AND THIRD STS., ,
marS Baton Rouge, La.
Capitolian Barber Shop,
RICHARD & BELL,
S(Opposite Pike's Beak.)
Shaving, Hair Dresain and Cutting,
Shampooning, Hair Dyeing, Repairing
and Braiding Ladies' Hair, etc., done in
the handsomest style. Customers at
tended to with the greatest care.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
Mr. CHARLES WIECK having re
ceived a large stock of
PURE LAKE ICE,
is now prepared to furnish the same to
coast tiade, and supply all local demands
at reasonable rates.
All orders from Plaquemine, Bayou
Goulat Port Hudson, Bayou Sara, Wood
ye, k aon d Clinton promptly at
B4S ICE HOUSE.
Open Bto 8 .x. feb2a
[-(0W pPEi acks choice Car-.
Slin Cia li asield Cow Peas, foi
lanting,s i.- .sand for sale by
o . Vii; i-< ,, -
,,T. ., S. . M.
L ARG OMPESTOCKI OF ISPRINGMig LINE ;.
l1 ' , * I i D RI .' ,IW
-3 1j' 1 :' y .'
oHats, Ca sir ri n mentV W, t, o* . ' lk.
81 ALOUISIANA 6 9 IOLIA
SpBook an JobPrirng ie,
BATON ROUGE, LA
Yourattention is earnestly and respectlly calle onew
teress, and preserves the financial equiibrium of 0 comm0ni
In iew of tAis important Cat, we have supplied ourlves wi
the necessary materl.ýd and seriously annolce that we ~ae deter
home. The old complaint of "Lnreasonable prices and ihferior
workmanship", can no longer be urged, for, wsi exlerienced prine
ters, the ladst styles of type and O handsome aesortment of" t
and ia satisfactory manner.
DR. BROOKS' LA.
Y tti tni ei a and rn et nild tI o our, n.
fciit n abe the t..e
orD ALL ofHER AwNORkAL des Dired. H RODUCrise sutRIAin PhIIoNI,
te plSe beforee the publi a preprtion whih is of the coihest
in ie of this ilpt alit fa we havie, supi oubmrttes et to h
the, _.dng over a periolan severisyer, in tnre the most odtnte
moied hwve cote under my oftervaltou with it ur y.
iT M r Strc varat ltsa as ihs ofmwo'r
herens no Arienic or Iron, but combines with the MJoibs Tkn howiyron and
hoe Toluhle of Iron-mpaig it o valuable tonio cesll aondoitn fhereir
w manhip"e.t mca n lmnistered to the mur t deli, t folr with erenedth prm.
. t e .umberst of testimonsy ls could be produced os tofts dlesor, bt!da
t best ll At it snold rerommepnd Itself. d J W r w di.p...
One bottle will s atisfy any fair-minded per.ontht it tswrt he the te cost.
lDR.:.. .OO S .
PoNLprri o Cilr an1 Fearin Ce,
oAgen re theImediantereie o ef and ernt Cur So
adFvr," wheILLS e DR BROO ' CHI AND fE J PEVTtEN eeIn. e
I pet beforedac the plioaprepnt dration whichIs of the haiest datof iv
Fronts snorseirTfro, but combines ith the Muila of a Iorn ad
I ~ ~ ~ MA a$a~ weoetspbl ppatonwihi ftehpedIms,~d8
n ar aai~~ ~e~ I IIC l~ Cii1