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hq jousisiana (bpitoUn.
If you wish to insure your sugar house,they
dwelling, store or life, call ipon Gourrier fee.
& McNair, (eneral Insurance Agents, lhfo
Baton Roug6, La. fath
Next week official returns will be lasti
made, which will contain the names of who
all the Justices aln Constables chosen that
by the D)emocrats of this parish. of N
Owing to oversight, an error occurs in
our tabulated statenment of the primary loni
vote received by Mr. Burgess in the 4th Ing
ward. Oflicial promulgation will cor- late
rect the error, which will be given in Z"
our next issue. ine,
'rThe Rapide delegates-Messrs. Tex- tirit
ada, Lucket, Ryan and McGilmn y-were Con
among the callers at the CAI'I'rrIAN. trot
These popular gentlemeln were in li lint
health and spirits and represented their way
constituenots with their accustomed blsi
faithfulness and ability. We tender 'tin
them our sincere thanks for the honor IlyI
they did us in rClnetmbering us. We
wish them a safe return and pleasant
journey to their homes.
A RITITuN OF SUMMKlIt.--Mince the and
past week we have been subjected to an anld
exeetdingly hot spell of weather, and it col
did look as though we were going back .
to the brhiling days of August. Old Sol ton
has beeni throwing its rays most reek- trai
lessly of late, land the poor sinners are cill
earnestly praying that the cold blasts of an
winter may noont lappear to infuse now eni
life' into the languid frames of our ex- ida
pectant residents. uni
I)n. KIat.v, OF1 WINN-Was among the eor
delegates who honored us with a call.
The Doctor is a whole-souled, clever gen- trta
Slehian and a great amateur of the chase. Cie
We wero greatly entertained by a do- ble
scription of one of his successful exhibi- to
tions of skill in that line. It was a stag chI
of extraordinary size, no ho told us, a
piece of which Cosgrove ate when he
wrote his falnous description of the
largo apple that was grown in those Tl
Ilon. M. J. Cunningham, Messrs. Cas
pari, hInry, Col. Jack and others were
itiolg tilhe able delegation from Nitchi- for
tocies. In the last few years particl- ve'
Inrly thatp plrish is bringing to tile sur
gl'ee qulite a great number of talented 'o
ntd estimable gentlemen. We hope that tilt
lihe timed is not far distant when the nas
l:ilnws of Natllhitoches will be recognized en
by other portions of the State. rid
The comipositin of the Convention ml
was of a very superior order. FProntm r!
every parish it did seemn as though the go
dtelegaIes hald been sclected from among
thie' nrst inttelligent and patriotic of t
their citizens. Cert:iuly on inolrevious tit
one'sition hi;a'r wo sieen a hody of mien of er
morllle reslpeta'llde alppearlllne' thall were fri
tIhe Iarge majrily of its inellers. Iloni- t
shitna is steadily regaining the position of
it tonce uupieiid. ln
We 9wgultd call the attention of our tl
t:lel"rs to the atvert.isemetls of Messrs. an
oun(Irriir & McNtair, (elnetal lnsurance ei
Agts of ths t t ity. l'Those gentlemien m
are rerisent Ig statunc'h Fire, Life and on
Marine llsllulatle Comltilpanics, land we st
Ist cs ordinlly retommen(id them to those til
tof our palrolln who are dtesirous of inisitr
Ing. T'hely art lt'iie'ial Age it s ind mlln- of
a, rI'I our old, and rellidle hosm inls-nti
i hlitn, liho I,,uisiait Etquitable Life In
iirnf Int 'crmpitltay, and irtlstte till tsses gr
tI. MIlnt lal, H, tltOmsq.-Thisn ecor lIish- Iti
l;exce'lillcy (olh'. Niluoells, iand a dtlue- fo
gate to the' ('oiivention frton his ward, a
lets rtnained oivtr foir a few days with
1his relati,,es in our city, in conipany
it hiiiwo ujaialle dtiaughters. Mr. Mal- st
ochol, it will le rlllenhetred, was the Will
i.,nrld (lhairmanit of the Parish C(ont
mitltie f c I)orans during the trying
t, umitigi tf 1s72. We sintcerely hope101
thi' tl his sojo.irn lere will prove a lheas
ilurealtie recreatitn fronl his arduous ft
llis. ,. Il 3cl.10ErVl.--That gallant '
gentlemanll, t hie OmIiiinCie ftr Lieutenant- n
(o\vernor, did uts thei honolr of calling to t
s, its. We regretted very muteh indeed I
that we wem'r iiot present at the tie to
greet him. In lacknllowle, dglenlt we in
tIend to rtatntirm the vote given hiit by t
the East Itatin ltiuge delegation for hist
iominiation, ivy doing our level best in
niding to roll up a ipoplar vote to elect
thim t the high po.sition which we know e
he will fill with that grat abiit y which 0
he is so justly reputed to posses. Mr. c
McEle'hry is one of the most promising e
aiti tlihented young gentletunel of the p
)iiutlnta v:illi'y and of the Stit. I'
.1. II. CtennuovE-The fearless an t
lut spiiken edit or of thle Natchitocheh a1
i'drtli iltor, was in attendcellc at the
('onveillti on ats a mnenmier of the tllega.
tion from thie parish. We take great (
iih'.suri in aicknowledging his calls.
itro. ('osgrove carried a muusket in Hood's
taiimousi ' Tex. Brigade during the war, I
ind was uong the foremost in effecting 1
the rcI',n ptl ion of his section f'romt the
ctltchts o1f tlhe carluet-baggrs. le l is
alwaiys a "lCharli t the wheels", whe In
ever the l)emocratic hamuter is unftrled,
and l we explet 51)Sl)1 to hear his rallying
cry for ihr ticket he has hellttd to put
in tht liehl.
given tIy thte ('onfetderate Veteran Asst
tiatiotn, in conjuncthin with the lInle
ptd'nt'it Mul\t-r Cornet liand, if it did not
lrteiu a tinanlial success wias a imost bril
liant atltaii in ptoilt of miniaigenietit and
at t-lractiol. Thle Capitol grotinds never
lokd ltiorti lovely thant they appearned
on last Monday and Tuesday nights.
The tire-works were most beautiful and
the music most eharmning. With the
hanid.ismeiit, l'Idies in attendlance amid the
dazzling inulti-colored lights glistening
uccry whtre through the foliage the scene
its lmost enchatiing. Nothing but the
:il-:hsoirinlitig proeetelings of the night
siss.ions of the Conventien prevented the
occasion fromibeing agreat success. We're
happy to say, however, that everything
ptsscd otl in the most agreeable manner
it:igiibhle. Much credit is due the la
ties andl managers who superintended
A Happy Pair.: rooi
OnlaastTuesilaytley were here together teat
congenial spirits that they aio, a team Oe
that is hard to beat anywhiro. They fred
were happy and gay both of them when thirt
they dropped in at the CA'rt:roL.IA'N of- .Pe
flee. They didn't go far when they left, Wilt
before storpping--not short like grand- aqua
father's cldock, for it was but at halt that were
lasted a good while, at the Sumupter, ti
where they knocked in a cocked hat cois
that historical remark of the (overnor Ju
of North Carolina to the one fromn the the
South State; as we heard that: the inter- curtb
vals between drinks were anyd thing but of th
long. We found them there, as our acll- as tl
ing scalp could testify, a few hours itel
They took advantage of our youth and I
inexperience and we camte very near re- crov
tiring in a somewhat dishevelled state. and
Confound them, we always get in soime chei
trouble when in their company. A
But it's hard to resist their attractive ters
ways and their "smile," "childlike and and
bland." Who don't know thenlt Why full
'tie noibody but our erring brethren, on t
Ilyans aund Shanks, of course'. the
The Belle Vale Entertainment. cxci
On auturday and Sunday, Octoh'er 18th 'l'
and 19th, will be given it Grauld 1'estival and
and Toirnllutent atal the Behll Vale race ed
course, for the benefit of S. Petr anlld and
St. Paul's Catholic Church of West l- dev
ton lHoge. We are informted that stenamn o
tranlsportation will ,be furnished to the di
citizeins of this city who will doubtless
avail themselves of this opportlulity to and
enjoy a most pleasurable entertaltnent. Lot
Having attended several of those re- his
unions acreoss the river we can1111 well as- an -
e sort that nowhere ill the State are they ion
managed better, tlhan at Belle Vale. At- she
tractive fleld sports, the very best so- our
ciety, handsome ladies, well served ta- e
bles, and, in fact, everythlng cilculated con
to afford genuine etnjoyelont, always one
g characterize these evcnts there. and
o THE PLATFORM., nitt
STHIE VOICE OF Tll. IJOUIStANA II tiOC
RACY IN CONVENTION--DECLAI
ATION OF PMNCIPI,E8. '
The followinlg is the text of thie plat- his
forml adopted by the Democratic Con- all
ventiolt at its session in this place: pl
r- ?esolved, As heretofore declared, that
, our designation of Deilocratic party of
Louisiana is signitleant of the power of DE
the whole body of the people, and is
no used to express our deterninationI to se
d euro every citizen of the State the equal
rights guiarauteeu l to him by the coustti
tution of the United States and its l.
S lamendmednts, and the laiws inlde cll
it putlrsluanie the'reof, ttiid to proiluote I
refor'lii iIn every dephartmecnt. of the State ap1
i'' goveriunllt. oil
ig 'esolecd, That the lhtnoeratic pui ty hg
if of Louisianal has lno other object itu view but
Ihian to lpres'erve ifor hliit. presenti geniera
tiOrn anid for posterity the Natiltonal gov
of ernulllot according to the sp'irit of the ali
friamers'; to protect aild gualrd the rights the
iof the StatrN i:s determineld y the con- but
stitution andul thIt decisions of the courts'
SlIof justice; to promollte anld adilvatce pop- thi
iilar eolucntion; enforce a pronper suilhordi- hi
nation of the military power tocivil au- tro
Itr tlority; iprotect the purity of electiontl
. and encourage antd develop the niate'ril 01'
resoitirens of our peopl'.
Resohl'ed, Thlat tlh in)'provellelit of lithe Ili
Mninssissippi river, the hliilliing of lbvee's utt
el on tihe ballk, seo as to illibrdl ese iatlid
Ssbiaf'ty for eollnilrelT', lld a Ich:llllel fori 1 41
nilitmvigltion ias well as to protoct the val- tin
ley ftront iiiutdation ll tih kcopinh li
olplen flt the nlluoth of the river, i. It wol I
i- of lnatiolllal iliortlallice, evidently war
ri- nllted by a just coustrletionu of article "a
1, sectioti 8, of the Constitution of the ath
I inited Stltis, which conllfers nlilon Con- fi
Sgress tlhe power to reguIllfte ctItliiteree. (i
lh'rsolved, That the uioll landl coll-oler- kil
I- tiont of all citiaizens of Loiisilna is ear- nn
iiestly itvitedll, in ordelor to seculr tlhe
aldopltiol of the Constitutiol now of'lere!l li
- for their coitsideraltion, mii to ll'prove Iy
, a gront and overwhelming l pIolplllitr vote I:
that the p''cll'lh .of the State have Oxir'
cis)'d thei' rightfull power to ordlin sl anti
estabblish for thetllnsel'es ltit orgalnc ii- ('i
l- trinlltellt of govertntnilut, and to do nwayt W
he with fortever anll rionesigt to ooblivion the we
ceountitltion of 1876 asn a relic of wrong th
aind niilitary oppression. TI
ig nesol'ed, Thalt the conllting of the ',
e electorlit vote of Louisiullia in favor of t
liRuthlerford BI. Hayes for Presidlent of the
lnited States, andll WVilliatn.A. W hAl.rhler
for Vice President, wasl notoriously i ti'
fraud on poullhar rights, effected by evil a
lt aehiiations, tihe plots and colnspira- a
cies of the late odious Raliical State lid- w
t- miinistratiion inll their aihrs lnd itlet- in
o torn at hollme iadi abroad; and that the
d Detlnoclratic uitrty of Louishilla, alppethlig hit
to tlhe evideince of the ease as now pub
lishlu lly authority, arrtigin tie aiuthorD
irolf this great crinme afainst lilberty andl
y the constitttiort, for tile just condomnna- l
ioni of their fi'low-citizelis. II
in Resolred, That the Delnoeralts of the
Senate ind Hlouse of Representittives ofi
the Congress of the liited States are
entitled to the graitefl acknowlewdgutnuts 1
ei of tie cotuntry for the zeal, fidelity and i
olr.lige showtn by thent it securing tihe
passage of laws Iby which thei interfer- S
ti ene of the ililitary at the p11olls has bleen "
tle prohibited and tle trial bly jury in the ti
ederal courts mnade inlmlpirtilu.
Resoled, That the rights, the liherties, t.
tie the iiterests anil hlioor of Louisianal de- tl
hr uultel that lher rightfully chosenli Selnator tl
he in Congress, Hlery M. Spolftord, 1he at
h lat retcogized ind dhlly seated. h
- elsol'red, Thalt Fraitlcis T. Niclolls, miow
eat Governor of Louisiina, is entitledl to the p
l. gratefutl itcklowhllldgnients of his fellow
c.itizens for llis platrioltisun aind plblice
's servi'es, his dei'v.tioln to Loltisiniuan litd
tr, his isuccess iii otl'etiig the redeniption of
ig her liberties.
THE NOMTINATION. r
It- OW IT WAS itE(,CEIVIE.) ItY TIlE
EXCITEMENT ON TIE STIEET~-
S C(iEERIS, CON(;IATiLATTIONS 1
AND FIRING (iF CANON.
it [Fronlti N. O. ])e'nocrat. ]
ise- Thie city last evenlihg Wvts wild
lO- wtih excitement as the news Calme
It flashing over thie wires, anid grew
il- more antd more.t vorable for Wiltz. I
lld IThe f'itiellls of the genitlemaun grew '
nr mr'e and more elate, and heine, I
ewie ii .ite Illtinounceniiitt of the t'restlt
of the first ballot wias uiade
nd CIEER AFTER CIIEER
tie went ip fronm erowds of peollCO oil
St. Charles str'eet it thie \'iCiiity of
the telegralh otfice, and evtery whllt'e
hng there was exachnige of cotugratutila
ne eious ani d witrim gr'eetiigs aiiid excilted
the and joyous "I told you sos."
ilt Extras contaiining the news soon
the tflooded the streets, the newslhoys
e''re reaping a rich harvest and adding to
the noise and excitemlent by their
hiug shrill and incessant cries.
n er In a few moments after the news
i a- was received-about 9:30) o'clock
uded the thunder of cianllon was i'heard,
giviug, foiceful voice to the getlrlrl
rejoicing over the nomination of the A
choice of Now Orleans for the high- borhb
test office'n the gift of the people of "Em
the State. posit
One hundred and one guns were wast
fired at the head of Canal street, and The
thirty-six at the head of Louisa ointC
street, the street on which Gov. and 4
Wiltz resides, and within a few dog
squares of his birth place, The giu tail c
were handled by detachments from expe
the Fifth Company, and Company was.
D. of the Orleans Artillery, under
conuand of Capt. A. Sambola. A
Just after the extras appeared on teait
the streets the Academy of Music of J
curtain went down on the second act aske
of the.play being performned there, and woul
as the crowd, taking advantage of the do ai
intermission, filed into the vestibule theo]
the newsboys appeared with their "1 51
papers announcing the glorious news. coul
Like lightninig it flnshed through the
crowd--"W ltz lhas been nominated I" M,
and there went up one loud and long A in
At the Ogden comnittee headquar- pool
ters the news was not expected, to a
I and was received quietly and grace- hell
Some little interest was manifested out
on the streets as to who would be tian
the choice for the second place on the
ticket, but, generally speaking, the "1
excitement subsided with the an- asa
nounceinent of the first choice. saw
I T 'here was the greatest animnation gria
,l and conviviality at the various clubs peol
and saloons, and hundreds of those who
who had supported the gallant Ogden -
and fought for him to the last wiithI 1
devotion and earnestness which
proved their esteemn and affection for -
0 hin, accepted gracelfu.y
0 and clinked glasses to the election of
t Louis Alfred Wiltz, in whom oven
his enemies recognize an honest man,
an able leader and a fearless champ
y ion of the people. This was as it
t- should be. We may contend among
)- ourselves ap Democrats as. brothers
contend, but, like brothers,we boear no
enmity and join hands at once in
common cause against the conunon
enemy of Democratic government
and of true liberty.
Gen. Ogden was a leader worthy
in every way of his following, and
had the Fates decreed his nomina- 1111
tion the Democrat would have been he I
his warmest and most pronounced
advocate. It would have worked RE
carnectly and zealously to achieve Cor
t- his election, forgetting and forgiving opp
,. all the bitterness of the initial cam- cho
paign and working with energy in deli
the interest of the Democracy. or 1
of DETAILS OF THE FIGHT WITHTHE ral
RAWLINS, Oct. 8.--T'he courier from -
l Payne's camp brings the following ac
ie count of the arrival of the relief :
to hli reports that Gen. Merritt, on his
to approach to Payne's canjmp and when
only ia few miles fromt it, discovered
li hostile Utes tiling out from a neigh
boriug canon. The hidians dis- LA
covered Merritt at at the same oment,
eu ani the General, perceiving this froni
ttheir actions, ordered his men10 to fall ,
m- back in rapid retreat.
'lThe Indians were encouraged by
'- this miamnuuvro to Irush fromni their Tic
i- hiding places, Merritt pushing his
' troolps to a run froml theni out on the
to wheel, which the menl did with ad
inirable precision, showing in ia nuin
si ute's space ai bristling front whelre .
id before had been a Cseeliig str'iggligl of I
ir rout. ''The CGeneral did not wait for BE
r- tihe foe to attack; in less thanu two
Siinutces Ilis n poured it into thie cal
U tes, a tfie which checked their ad- 1
, vance and forced theni to seek aviil-In
ie ablo cover. ThIe battle listeli but a
n- bfew horrs, during which tinie the Iin- -
dhins sufrfred the loss of thirty-seven
- killed, while Merritt did rnot lose a
' 'lhn Utes got such a severo drrub- o
el hing that they threow uip the white II
I Ihig in token of their wish for a par- pa
eye. TFhis was granted llby General I
- Morrit, anld several chiefs elltred hsis
c aiuip frlrthwritih. SuCverair of the chiiefs
y werc willing to srirrender; otlhers
ar were not. Merritt tol(l tlhen that if
ng they would give up their arms and I
ponies lie would do nothing InoreI
iit with thenr for the I'Neserlt. OnC or
of two chilefs asked whether Merritt in
tendced to go to the iagenicy witllh his
r troops. le rlepllied that lie did. After
,il a brief consultation, all the chiefs
al- agreed to a colrllmioln anllswer, which
u- was that if the United States soldiers I
it- invaded their reservation they would
ihe ight tlhemn until thIe last of the Utes
ng lay dead. After this they left Mer- P
r ittbt camLp and returned to their own. IC
mr Merritt then pIushed forward with all di
a-. hasth iand joined P'ayne with the reil
minait of Thornburgq's comnnand.
tle The sarnre Monday evening, before
SMerritt's arrivrl, Playne hald been ioist
aegllaintly suiccored biy a colored coli
lt piany of 45 mrcln of tbe Ninthl Clavalry, O
tlunder Capt. Dodge. His comliipiny r
tle cOnte do(wn Icar river, pi4n5Qd Stmnl iiilioatt
r- Springs liat Friday night, luid learning l
of ThlorIIbunrg]i's light land Payne's sitra
e tion resolvedl to get to Payne'lis side at
Ivcry hizard. IiI their attemlplt they i
were met by tie biiniginig U1tos, who
ris, tmurnld unpon them with a fire so hot that
0 thiy were conllcellhd to dismont. In
to the course of a sulbsequent engagelmentt
at this lrave colered ctoil:paniy lost every
horse bult two.fi
\V (GcnII. Merritt on his arrival, fonuid that 1
t ie irynle had held lout sllonliidlly, losilng a
o dy only two menll since the twelnty-ninel,
ml whnii iankin left.
Sof If a boy has been brorghlt up to do
hisi part, never allowed to shirk ilis
resplonsibilities, or to do dodg'e work,
whethler or niot it inalde hisi head
ni iche or soiled his hiurds, until bear
inlg burdensci has becone a nmtter t
pride, the heavy endl aft the wuoodi iis
chohlrice i1uents, ls they bid hiin good
by, nilay dismiss their fC'ears. The 1
ekilllerets of isuccess are his, ailld at I
somie time and in sonic wrV" tlhe worldi
wil ill recognize his capalllcity.
S lope is time last thing that diethl in
it. lanil; andil tlihough it lie cxccdimgly
r deceitfil yet it; is of tills good lst to
ie rs,; that, while we arc traveimig
rlt thloilgh life, it coirdlcits uis inn air
aclier ilnd miore pleasilnlit way to our
oi loN. A. 1). lAFAIwtIuI.-ThImit urtlinch
y oh inl Loisioniriai, tihe very talentid cldiltor
,la- ol the Marksville lhd'ltin was oie of the
'ited Ayyelles delegates in the Convejnition.
AnIoigI tlhr ou3ig IN l)tlocrifey Ef the
Sioon SIrtc, there are liolr nmore fearlss and
io v eiiivalrous llthan Ire. Wi' wcere haippy
g to itleetl to lhave oclasionI to igrelet hilm.
ew is )r-n Tax-Collector iliscrts :an inimpor
k - aanit notice in another (olmnnii of tlhis
ard, week's issumlc. Those interested sholuld
ncr-l wc amid urnidersu~ird its hnnrlori .
A young,lady grad e in a neigh
borhood county read an essay enttled .
"Employment of Time." Her com
position was based on the text, "Time
wasted is existence ; used, is life."
The next day. she purchased eight
oinces. of ýsaphyr of different Shades
and commenced working a sky-blue
dog with sea-green ears and a pink
tail or a yellow piece of eanvass. She
expects to have it done by next Christ
A little girl down in Maine was liA- A
tening with much interest to the story
of Jonah. When the question was b
asked "What should yon suppose ,
would be the first thing Jonah would t
do after the great fish threw him upon. i
tlhe hand ?" she, answered promptly, n
"I sh'd fluk he'id go home quick as he 2
could and get cleaned up."
Men and women arc strange things.
A minister may preach for two hours
against the tfre to come, and the
people will accept his words and try
to avoid it, bitt as soon as thfie fire
bell rings every one in the congrejga
tions the preacher at once and skips
out for the blaze.-Oshkosh Chris
"Uncle Jimmy," who went to Kan
sas on the recent excursion, says he
saw ia lot of Indians mounted on
grassho]ppers,ride into camp of colored
speople from the south and scalp the
NEW A D VllITrISiEME1.NT1.
GOIRRIR & M1CIIl,
Insurance Agents :r
(Fire, Life and Marine Insurancce.)
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Capital House. d
Tua undersigned tail
begs loavo to an
nounce to his friends and the public that putr
he hlas opened a
RESTAURANT andOYSTER SALOON,
Corner of Lafayette and Main streets, t
opposite Cluverius' drug store, where the the
choicest of WINES, together with every iers
delicacy in its season to be found hero first
or from New Orleans markets. Jiid
THE HOTEL, above the Restaurant
having been thoroughlly repaired and otl
rtenovated is now open for guests. nex
ALEXANIDRE GROUCHY, ORo
GRAND BALL! 4
(IVIIEN BY THE 7i
LADIES HEBREW ASSOOIATION, 9..
AT pZýZEK7' SEAlarZe 11.,
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 15,1879. 13.
Tickets for sale at the principal stores 16_
and at the door.
Stall Fed is the Best ! o.
D1ON'T FORGET IT!-If you want 2g
s JJ the fintet aid most delicious 31 J,,'TS 23.
of all kinds, such as 24.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL, 25.
P call on me at mly stall in the market 27.
- house. 1 have made special arirange- 2.
Illelnts to spp)ly mIy culstolers "ud tlhe 2.
public generally during tilhe sion of 30.
StheI Convention. 1. PUJOL. 31
I OR SALE-Valualloe Third St. 3
property, Lot No. 1l, square 2,,
(i60 et front by 120 in dept 1, with frawme
ibildings, opposite Pike's hall. For 8
Spa-ticulars, apply to 38.
i 25ln CHARLES O'CONNOR. 9..
W. T. II h ERtIIS,
S[Bogel's Old StandJ 48.
BI BATON ROUGE ........LOUISI.INA. 4
Is K EE'PS CONSTANTLY ON IIAN) A
full and well selected stdtk of 2
r- Patcnt Medicines, Fanc'y Articles, Cut- 7
. lery, Pistols, Cartrid ges, Cigars (in- 7
11 ding the BOCK brulnd) Pipes, T'obacco,
I Cigaretes and Paper, and all articles
usually found in a first-class D)rug store, t1
anid at retnsonatle rates. Is agent for
e YONS CELEBRAED Pro- 12
LYONS; paratons, Wares' 13
olic Cure for Stock, Cay's Belt and14
' Oil Compound, a great saving in the
running of muachinery : Landroth's fresh
and genuine GARDEI:N t E E "l rl
the Southern Copa-. . 4 1/
Sny's Purlle White Lead; l'roplietor( of 1
Mallon's 1inituent, good for man and 20
Sbeast; Mallon's Condition P'owder, &e. 24
Wo ouhl c'll the :attenition of Country 32
Merchat" to tthe fact that he sells Cas- 2:1
tor Oil, Turpentine, Essencesn, ills, &c., 4
put up in convenient, slhpe forrobtiling,
at,, NEW ORLEANS PRICES. Also, a
full liune of C4 L 0 RS in OIL,;
and Varnish Brushes, Varnishies, Lin
SSeed, Lard anld Insiti· ct Oils. Natural d
Medicinal Waters fresh in Bottles, atnd
tihe ZINC IRON I)IINFEC'I'AN'rT, &c.
i Prompt Payment.
NEw OluISNs, LA., Sept. 9, 1879.
d 1ECEIVIEI) fro t'he Louisiana Equi
1r- i lle Life S Insuran ce CotIpliny, of
fNew Orhans, check No.478 on N. O. Na
i tional iank, for three thousnnd dtollrIs
d- in settlement ofe chiii on Policy No. 1
ie 1121 on life of E. W. Whitenman, and 1
at hierey tetndter our tlhanks to the conipa- 1
i ny for its poltmitness in ]aying thisloss.1
'Mc(GEiln, SNowniES & VIQOLET'r. 1
licsnes :--ClI:Hs. .1. T'rouardl. 1
D. l'atton. n34 tin. I
* H NOTICE TO
to 11R I )0G1 '1 AS C oN- 1.
1rh iTe foidlowing rules will he strictly ten
ur frced frout and after Octoler 1st, 1879,
viz : 1st. All gas hills must Ie paid befiore
the 15thl of each montlh, or otherwise,
the gas will he turned off Tfrom the
h-lliding witiihout furtlher niotice.
itor 2d. Where a. leak is detetcted, always
the turn off the gas at the meter and send
immediate niotice to the office of the Su
npertinteitden, nt, as, iostielyl, nio dediuction
the will bIe iatde il thile bills on accoulnt of
l 3d. All orders for Coke, Cinders, Coal
,Tar, Gas, etc., niust be signetl by Wrn.
M. Rhodus, Supecrinltelndenllt, and no dte
viition firom this rule will be allowed.
or- The Superintendent will be fiund at
his his otice onil Laurel street, (Dalsheinler
huilding) hetween the hours of 9 a. ni.
ld and 2 1'. in. JOIIN I) FISHIER,
3.A-4t. L·es'ee B. . G . as Work. I
Charter, Nlpt .
LOUISIANA EQUITA "SE
Life I ralnur
s OOM FP.ANA
39 Caroudelet Grades r Ste.,
E. B. B.RIGOS ........ •.... President
JOHN HENDERSON.... Vico-President
A. PATTON ............ ..,...Secretary
The Policies of the Louisiana Equita~
ble Life Insurance Company ' eis- N
tered and the Reserve thierein lpote
I to the credit of the Polley with theAud
1 itor and Treasurer of State in Compl- exell
ance with an Act approved. April claim
S2, '77, entitled "An Act to belier tet,
secure holders of Life Iansrance Poll- whiE
cies in this 8tate; to provide a reserve
fund therefor, and for -her purposes."
A CERTIFICATE i
Ofthe Auditor cfState s Attached toEach
Policy. "The company complied with it be
0 the provisions of thelabove Actandmade c
its SECOND deposit of the lRegdred Ite
sa .arve, January 23, 1879.
ALLEN JUMEL, Auditor.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED.
Appl y to
IOURRIER & McNAIR, and I
e G(eneral Agents Baton Rouge. in sti
n Medical Exatmlwrs--T. J. Burfin gton, sel
SM. 1)., R. F. Hereford, M. D. n34y. 0
l mA\PN UL EoMo6U
- Manufacturer of
FINE CIGARS A
(Nest Door to Oromonftl)
Respectfully hiiforms his friends and the
publio generally throughout this and
surrounding parishes that he is p are ared
to make, at short notice, the fbloiing
brands of Cigars: 8
He nses only the fiuest stock of tobacco,
and his cigars being made altogether by
hand, he feels justified in guaranteeing
that they are of the best quality. Re
tail merchants in this section who wish
to buy from one box to one thousand, Emi
will do well to give him a call before Corn
at purchasing else where, aug30y
H, mHE JURY COMMISSION FOR THE
i iarshl of East Baton Rouge met at ST.
be, the office of the undersigned Clerk of
Ihe the Court and drew the following named
persons, to serve respectively for the
ro first seccond and third weeks of the Fifth
Judlcial District Court of the said par
t ish and State of Louisiana, which n)eets
on Monday, the third Aay of November
next, 1879, to-wit:
FOR T'rE FIRST WEEK AS GRANI) AND PR
TIT JURORS. Ward
S1........ Gustavo LeBlcane...........1
2.......... Jesse Ridley .............8
3 ...........D W Frsby ............3
4......... Charloes Newman. ........9
5...........Richard Huggins. .........8
6............RN Loncks ............2
7........... CF Graham ............10
N, 9..........8 H Shafftt............ 4
11........... Philip Buchol..........2
12.......... John G. Austin ..........3 S1
93. :l............. C Fisher ...... ..2....
14............ E) Tucker ...........5
15..........J.ames Franklin ..........2
rs 1 ...........Charles Neolhnd..........3
17........ George White .........7 0
3 ............ R H Burke ............2 ...
19........... Alfred Tanner...........1
'20........... Wm 8 Pike ............2
21............O M Lee.......... tO
nIt 2'2........... Wm Harden......... ..D1
' 2:3.......... Riclhard Nelson ..........2
24........... Westly Smnith. .........3
25........... Wa..n King ..........8
' 26....... Charles luplanutier ........8 TH
ket 27..........Jaellles Jennings ..........1
go- 2$..........E L 1eauehaml .........4 Be
the 291 2 ..... . ..i..... Lilly........ ......4
of 30........ J Melf RIousan ..........8
l.......... J N McCartncey ..........4
S32............John Mnury..........1 8U
33..........W L Edmnonston........7
34......... Anthony Jackson .........7
U35 ........... 'Philip Gritfin ...........6
37........... 8 H Butler ...........5 DO
38............W G Maddox...........1
39...........J IH Roberlson..........2
40............ H J Graham n........... ) TIn
41.....,.... II Bradford ....... 10
42............ GW Hunt ............4
43:1........ Henry DangIrlehld .......10 TI
44.......... W J Duplanticr..........1T h
T45.......... N 8 Doutherty ..........8 of
46......: . liichard Dwickenson ....,..2 i.
47........... Samuel Blerry.......... ple
4.......... Adiam leBlanc.........10 Art
I 49........A nthon3y )odson ......3 ... m
i50...........lThomas White ..........8
I'PE'IT JUlOIl FOR TI'HE SECOND WEEK. re'
) A 1...........Jacob Johlnson ..........8 '
2..........Martin Burrins.........6 tie
3........... N K Knox, jr ........ 6 . a
4.......... G A Kleinlupeter ..........9 ll
5.......... amtpton Blurri..........7 v
6t .......... John K Bovard ..........3 to
Sn- ............ CJ Devall....... ...... 3 Si3
-8.. ....... John E 'owers ........ 1 Cie
o 9..........John M King ...........1 o1
c 10............ F M Lloyd ............7 for
Ii ..............0O Lope7 .............. 8 ha
P'o- 12........... HC l)earing...........10 cl
's 13.............W Hlohns.......... ... D
n 14...........Ed Plhnkot............ 1
t15 ............C A Roberts...........9
re 16.............J J Borky ..........--7 7T
17.............C A Sharp ............. 1
D 1...:: . OF Buris .........--- 9
r o 19........... John Slhaflittt.... .......1
id '20........... GM Bryant............6
. 24........... J1I Weiners....... M.9
try 32...........John Legrave..........7
Sy23:......... George W Watts.........10
'24........... J 8 Freeman ..........9
ic., 25............N H Pi'iukard.,..........9
g, 26...........John Williams ........ 9
' 27........... WP Conrad..............8
S28 ...........J D1) Flemning...........9 C
in .2......... David Davis ...........9
1 30............. J A Mollitt ............1
al PETIT JUROS FORi TIE, TIIRD WEEK.
1.......... B F iH Skollield........ 1 K
_ '2.......... Felix Fra;nkel ..........2
3.......... David McHiugh .........4
4............. F Cline........... 3
59. 5............. J .J Long ............. N
6......... Robert Arrin gton.........4
y, of 7.... ...T 8 Alexandetr... .........1
Na- 8-..--...... James Fen-r .......... 2
>Irs 9.......... A J Delaroderic..........1
No. 10......... . A S ClLhaplmlan...........4
ani it11............ AF Ancoin ..........7
i- 12................Ben Patrick........... 10
lo . 13........ J Mi Edmonsto... ......7
T-. 14......... Jonchin Lelinuc. .......7
15........... II FI)enhan.........----7
n 16............ OC Hithbbs ......... ...1 1
S17........ ,J.ilihn Maeville...........1
18...........G W Campbell.............10
SO 19......... Henry K;een.......... 7 7
SO N- 20 ......... . A Edwards ........1. 10
'21........ Adlolph Henderson ........6 6
l 2'2........... W E Monta .......... 6
1 23 ...... . John Horner ...:....10
foe 24 ..........W L Edmouston........ ..7
w M........ illery Patterson .........9
Sthe 2..........G F Youngblhod ........10)
27.......... George Morgan ..........1
ways 28............ DL White ............6
-Wi o.......... Daniel Morgan........10
SS- 30........... J B Williams ...........3
t Given nnder my hantd an seal of
[L. 8] our said Court, this, 2I3d day of
Cl- September, A. D., 1879.
W n. td WM. HUBBS, Clerk. .
0 de- OR RENT-Thle large and eommli- 1
ed. ous STORE sitnated at the corner of
ad at Third and Convention streets; A new I
ihitilr r Iilling tuld onte of the Iest lusinesII
a. n. stands in the city. For further particu
Rl lr, aply to
oa.I V23 AN EEW JAClKSON.
AND ALL STI'fN O8tA i
• .:.. .-s ... :,.. '. !.i!..,, ,,±i
ilaim it to :beto ^7Zpe
teat, extending overi, p.otl
which hav~eoao uwider 4i0
contains no Arsenic ox ro, bu biý
the Soluble Salts of Ireon- t t
is indicated. It maybe admi li'te 'the mos D
Larg~ nuambers of tecitth.iie be
it best tfat it phould recomQRend IL#f
one bottle will satisfy any" f&,R1 et * 1#
-. O- , s.....
My Agente are. h Veantertl
and Fever," where DR. B iL8'
in strict accordance with te pt
AT MRS. J. i _
A OOYPLETE LIE OF 'PEW 1
" courar. ,a, > . . ..
i -*-*-8UMs At
SILKS, BUNTINGS, FIGURED LINENS AlM I INs,
GRENADINES, ALPACAS IN ALL ISHADESILK ANiT TON PARA8OL8,
AND A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS.A
SAND A LARGE STOCK OF SPRIaNG MILLINEIY.
hI Comprisin the latest styles of Ladies' Misses' and` Children,'lgatt, Laces,
1, Embroideries, Ribbons, Edgings, things, bloves; Silk and LinenHtndk ib,
c Corsets, Hair Braids and Ornaments, Fans, etc., etc.
D ST. LOUIS STREET................. .. - .......COURT0IOUSE SQUARE.
d holesale and Retail Grocer.,
Plantal:on Supplies, Fancy and Staple Gr~ce es,
*d WINES, LIQUORS, CROCKERY, LAMPS, CUTLERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
. b.....A .o . r.. .
a 8LATA S 0LESRATCEO *ILWASK 8U LAOII8 S5f9.
Still Triuaplhant. Co
en1e Singer achines Ie
WIJCRI4 SOLD- B
During the Year 1878. ?ht
THAT OF ALL THE OTHERS COMBINED, eil
Beware of WORTHLESS IMITATIONS cal
offered as the Improved Singer
at $25 to $35.
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE SINGER MADE BY at
7 THE SINGER MANUFACTURING Say
1i COMPANY. all(
r DON'r WASTE MONEY on INFERIOR pri
1 COUNTERFEITS. at
1 )The genuine Singer Machines have prin
) tod on tolp of the Arm the words ern
O 2'e Singer Matrfaeturing Company. Hl
1 The trade mark in
8 of which this cut bo
2 is a f a c -sit m il , in p l c o i h
3 placed on the
SArnn of every
3 IIImacllhine directly .
8 over the stitch tor
8 iThe fact thlat
6 the only sewing p
9 IpnlousII( mn hve Of
7 over attempted Ki
3 to imitate in the
3 Singer, in sutf- .t
1 cient evidlene of its superiority over all VO
1 others. 'here is no longer any excuse CO
7 for buying any of the cheap mnchines
8 hawked about the count.ry, with no
10 claim for patronage b1it chealcss.
.2 Deal only withi the Company or its 30
.1 Authorized Agents. wi
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. 1w
.9 N0. 85 CANAL STREET,
.1 NEW ORLEANS. I
SBRANCII OJvFICE ON
MAIN ST., BET. CHURCH AND THIRD STS., S,
.7 unmar8 Bton Rouge, L:. so
BED STICK DRUG STORE.
.9 (Established in 1870.)
CORNER OF AFRICA AND SOMERULOS STS.
. E B. A - ID A'Y,
.1 Keeps constantly on hand a full and F
.2 fresh assortmentof Drugs, Medicines, G
.4 Chemicals, ]Patent Medicines, e'
:3 Toilet Soaps, Perfumery,
.4 Nail and Tooth Brushes, FaIcyV Articles,
.4 Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Night Ta- a
.1 p , Insurance Oil, five and ten
..2 cent Cigars, Stationery, etc. n
PRESCRIPTIOS CAREFOULLY PREPARED AT ALL HOURS
.7 CE !----ICE!
M.. r. CHARLES WIECK having re
. ceived a large stock of
.10 PURE LAKE ICE,
.10is now prepared to furnish the saume to
6 coast trade, and supply all local demands
6 at reasonable rates.
All orders from Plaquemine, Bayou 1
.17 Goula, Port Hudson, Bayou Sara, Wood- 1
9 villo, Jackson and Clinton promptly at
n tended to. CITY ICE IHOUSE.
1 Open from 5:30 A. M., to 8 P. M. feb22
.. OTICE.-In the matter of the Sce
ces~sion of Wmt. Alexander, deceased
No. 1373, Probate Parish Court, Parish
Sof of East B1hton Rouge.
of Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the above entitled
k. and numbhered Succession, to present
sli- them for payment. And all persouns in
r of debted to come forward and pay the
new same to the nndersigned Executor of
ness said Succession within thirty days, from
icu- the first publication of this notice.
JA8. B. McHUGH,
. Seplt.20.- d Executor.
OTICE TO SUGAR PLAIITERS.
I si now prepared to tIke orderM
)r Horse or Stesflh SugaolMills manu
factured by the BlyyetMdinufacturing
Company, Oinciun ai, Ohfo, and by
George L. Squier & Blro., luffalo, N. Y,
I am the agent for the above firms and
would advise all ptartles wJ intend to
purchase umilig this seto to send in
their orders early, while, cheap freights
can be procured. WM. GARIG.
BRICK-I have on hand and ready for
delivory 800,000 flnesx qgnllty ma
chine-made Bricks, which I offer forsale
in quanititles to suit purchlusers, at the
lowest market price.
1 have-also on hand a lot of Brick espe
cially suitable for paving purposte.
Parties desiring to purchase above will
call at my office for orders for same.
N EW STOCK SADI)LERY.. Men's
Saddles, Boys' Saddles, Ladies' Side
Saddles, Riding Bridles Riding Whisp,
Saddle Blankets, Saddhl-bags, W'len
and Loather Stirrups. A large and good
assortment of the above in store, and
prices lower than they have ever been,
at store of WW. GARIG.
M EATS--Mess Pork, 'ulk Shonldei
L nid Clear Sides, Sugar-cure! d Rams,
canvassed and uncsnvaw~ ed; Breakfast
Bacon, canvassed and uncaunaseed;
Smoked Tongues, Fulton Markst Beef
in half lar'els. Above can he bought at
bottom figures at store of WM. 4IARIG.
BAGGING AND TIES-In storo and
25,000 yards Bagging,
500 bundles Iron Tles,
10 hundles Baling Twine,
Which I will sell at the lowest madrkit
price. WM. (GARIG.
NEW' OOlS--Persian Insect Pow
der, Hop Bitters, Balland's Flea
Killer, McMunn's Elixir of Opium,
Strictly Pure White Lend, Gold and Sil
wl ver Palper, 'Tissue Paper, all colors, Ja
a cob's Cordial for Diarrhat, etc etc., at
je21 BROOKS' DRUG STORE.
o OTICE TO WllITEWA8SHERS..
Just received from the Ohio river:
8 300 barrels of extra white Lime, which I
will deliver to any part of the city, at
$1.25 per barrel; also, a good stock of
). Whitewash Brushes. WM. GARIG.
PLANTATION GEARS-A full stock
of Moss and Leather Collars, Blind
Bridles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Cart
Saddles and Breeching, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices, by
- M. GARIG.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO DEALERSr
I have a full stock of Can and Jar
goods, Crackers, Candles, Starch~loda,
8, Lye and Tea-all of which I will offer
at hargaips. WM. GARIG.
rcMUNN'S Elixir of Opium, Hop
1 Bitters, Black l)raught, Ballard's
id Flea Killer, Insect Powder, Parker's
Ginger Tonic, Brodie's Cordial, unticura,
etc., etc., at Brooks' Drug Store.
W AGONS- James Room and Grm
l, haun's celehratMd Memnphi' Wagons
and Curls always onlanud, wlhiclh I offer
at prices. to compete .with any in the
market. WM. GARIG.
Is ýLAVOIUNO EXTRACTS in bulk,
HI' andkerchief "
Sachet Powders, "
1 Of the best American makers ira stock, at
* je21 BROOKS' I)RUG STORE.
re- TOTICE TO BUILDERS--I have just
N received, and offer at low figures, a
fresh supply of Cape and Ohio River
Lime, Hydraulic Cement and Fire Brick.
to WM. (iARIG.
aIds CTAPLE tlardwire--We are now pre
Sparedl to fill orders for articles in this
rou line, at New Orleans prices. Nails a
sd- specialty. David & Garig.
at- BUTTER AND CHEESE.. A full stock
2 of Straight's Creamery and Roll
Butter, uand Factory Cheese, at
neil UGAR KETTLE TILE-I have on
ish hand Brick Tile; suitlfpr setting
Sugar Kettles, which I ffert~ ~'sale ta
ns lowestt market prices. WM..Aif O.
tied ID you ever-Well, yes. in fact, we
ent J always - buy our groceries from
in- David & Garig.
the A VEXED question settledIT''he place
ron Da to buy fancy and staple goods, is at
David & ainrig's.
Iroi G-'- I' BUSINESM, you ndust advoer
i tis in the Cspitolimn.