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LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's (;ilt Edge 'onic cliures Dunlmb Ague. Strawberry short'cake at a church fes tival in charming stnffto eat. It is such exciting fun to see who gets the straw berry.-H-oston Post. DIring aill altercation yesterday even ing, in front of Mrs. Baum's store, on North Street, one negro shot anotheer in the arm. 'The shootist was arrested. Hier name was Eva, and when Charles Augnstus called the other evening and asked heir to be his darling wifey, she gent said: "Not this Eva. Some other Eva." Good Eva. We acknowledge the plela"lnt ('all of Messrs. Eugene Adler mad lherman i Mi clhel, of Clinton, who cane to attendl the grand hop, at the university. We hlope they have haul a gay time while here. The intelligence of the .ss'assiucation of Pres'ident (Garlieldi plrodlited' the great est exciter.entcf ill this city, and inldignal tion was at the higlitest pitch, unltil later news proccdn'cl' the hIopel' hi's ltimate recoverV. We regret to learn that Mielil Iter n Mncin, a young man well known in cir city, was quit'e se'riiuc;ily injured by the' teplsion of a "ioda al ter receive'r, in the drug sto.ire of Mlr. A. .. l.ngel, at Shr,. por isti lst Ia turd'y. Mr. 'liliholas I il. lMears., a fiur'ii'i p1'" iai' yotinlg resident of this cit:y, has ic'io sp'enlililg ac tcw days alniiig his f'rt'nids. i wits aliinlig Ithe jproiilci'niit heel and toeist at the 1'cnivwrity lol,. il. looks 14 tile e'as a tichle'. ICol. ,x'Ii.. M. Si alla'ewood, o'" the N. 01. 'l'intc'', ciail hiis tcc'o iillisliel idauighter Miss thiesie, were ainong the crciwl of visitors on the oncasiion olf the cloise of the exe'rcise' andil hop at the 'nivcersiti. 'I'lih (Coloneil ftvol'rel tlht- %I 'rc'flci.I N with a call yvclete'daliy., VWe were hilppy to weteci'cliine lr iildi .lne, yllllllcig friel l , ilr. Ilier'rd Si hicl' of' Ne'w Orleans, who could tl ot res'i.t tih' ttpitioi l 'ii'of vi'wiiug t grai, ul spetacle alli'ordclh'l at thie' I'niveroity holi. last night. lnot anlly non,c11r' than ti' cslles ol' the fair iniiong wher the is a favorite. l Mai jor cciii ,ll' ai llc re'.. i' thi ' Icc, , ,fi fh, iliu nin te i ,Xun l(nt ..ci. of t a.e l ,i tc'll it.V., nl last el'lrti'nt. wias o11 ne of thel jl'ost s'ic iar}'ly aid gri ailla.' lil 'unlit. wi have ,veri' h rliei. Miajl Me'l'llll ha, certainily, i thi itiiti'dcl . in Hiie. et.l l cinitin of uic'-r ilicicl. picr eii hicil.f irl the front rink of the t.tl.nted orators of Evter, ainN.- th1 fit('.g ;, iit i o' l c . thie' fi t i, ttal. w i l leavc ithe' lkrili to triinsp it tico ite inrlch'l of ,ti. l'tcr i'll Sit. 'acil ofi' Wet lainti lint .e, free 1f l'ch'ii-gi,' all tcloce' wht ile' se ti ari'ti !" thlc high iat'. a; cil liiit Icc "it lh '' c i il-' lair c vi i id c . l iht c li tl Ii'.cci' ic c l l :.l---'. \ t.- ,\ . l thi I c Ii I[, tici i t* hccl iing c it ,i' cl cc ni, . .cc el' tic' 't iich Sitcei c i' : hit 'litec I ri ,Vc d l'tit s e'ci cc' cllin l, i ic tihtc I'iii c ' it ' ;c ic - C'iencc. Ili-tioi Ic',ileh'cr i. c111 aflt hhble ciii ji) lislhec n,, tlc i nc., .. th , c i ritil' ccf hi. icicii ho il , jii't ,'. i,. c. c'tci'ricic tli0, iil 1 l i n - hi'. of i - ; itile, '. .Nicclcrc'ci'i li. iciciln i cl !liit. hi rd cc ,cit - ti iii 'cci icc'.i l cii l y clll i ciii . Tl1c, .hi , c clitc'r n i'Irliicsc' lc te ic ;cclei ''l imiic'lh toi h' Icjrilluiic' of th inic'' i - ull i' t I ccl. h i I ci' ciic 'ocl] . '.i lp li lc aielccciig cciit hilies, we'rc' :[icc cc' 1, t ' uccercy. ('cl. \'c ltic ic ece cci ic'h ciiiist )Icitil sIpiit Id ,inccii'jecr hc'cuIce'l ci0n in lh,. ('cii's. T. I ., ui irk" a dii II).t .11ecicti. ccl' 'l ciii ip ;IV c ' iV'c ;lci't'-. it !tli I li11r'. itc tc'r hali liii' hcc . 'lhi i tw,, ,c lh i' lciih,\'r I ,,!l, ,,i' I lic tt hn'lcili ,_cl ec ci Itc ilic i', w ith til t'iic, hilt. litleu ii l .. ,li e ricl rhIe' g reit 'iriel,'" 'ii Hlc lic' c.'cci 1 ii' \'.i c'r v' hih thiie't, ,lr cilol lhe' Icc i'i'e'i'tiics cit lie' t h 'i o rdi ccl Sic' lic'i'"'tirs are iidcacicihcbl-, withhlci till the' hic'\t wiw. fit' ih, iciajici rcicicic. thait li' eclitir, Ii'iiig a miceicntler io' ihc, li irc'l, w'c' inlc ccii' tancit.' l ticliecicn'! l c1iir ilig iu chrc0 elcics' w'.s~iccic. lc well ci. cit acll tc' cciie'eirit leriis' 'c whih cI'oIiiselt i igic with the grcciccl Iall, which i dc's.'rib., l ,]l'!,whleri'. A iilclii hier eel jei'isonticil ioiitice', acid at'kicicc l'dge ments of calls. it'., "c11 gic side' It, aide with thee ilct tic" li' el ii i the ' eiave'. If the' good i 'sc'i.se; wec ticc\' J presiniteld te our ri'ccders is ccciit hicient, let th liein ask theniselves hic t me'v thilik thhe'y wveuldi feel on thie' nirnicg of thee 5Ith ocf July, after taking in the entire tiiorth, were they asked to give cm account of every tbing in writing. Col. Ai. . lram 'r. (to.il, Jainar'M i..iv frlienli ,. were aiston ished to hear, tn last Saturday, that a per'emlptory .rde r had been issued at the War Department. that he proceed at once to rejoin his regiment in New Mex ico. It willl.' rentbni ered that a similar order was issued at this time last year, just after Col. ,Jame i s inarriage to a young awil highly este'med lady of this parish. le was, in coniseqluence. conm pelledl to g() olilt to New Mexico until by tht' colbItlnaedl etnrts of his fricuds he was again returlned to the l'niversity, where he thas lbeen rendering such ser vice, that the President, Col. Johnston, and the Board of Supervisors have seen tit to recognlize thelw in variom1 wayi. Mr. Jamar, was recently apoinited a Lieuitenant Colonel in the special miili tia of the State by the (Governor and 'r oflio ''resideint iof the Ioarld of Supervi sors, in evidein'e of the high e.teetl il which he is helti by e.very o)le whose( duty it is to w,lt(] , uver t,. interist- of the ITniversity. I'p o heoaring of the order thf lolrdl awl I-R), ltly adopiid i uitabl,, resoi, - tions askir, , htat w'nlii hi revoked, which, togetit'r sithl a mineoriia l spoln taneously gotten up Iry the ,'aiblt 'Iorlps, w -,t at w " tt'hgraplih 'i to the Secte tary oit Wi:' an uil to .en. Shit-irmail. " he ,laltry iV 1! l or)l',m ll ,! 1 . i,' , that there ;t'e lou e' u) 'tt'r( ii the rita ' iy than a'lu neeeledl to 4tlinltll(til it: lionbl4llitently. we ( 1 Sll ) :i l .I t I, lan(. hr t i" 'riviir the tatri,' 1,ninsiana, of fhi l ulined s4el'vi.''s of iiLl 'O il'hr, wll,..' "' untilt ni itinners, hl vi il iait ld l hi' ho'i" t' friends, whit, in Zealon) ly en" g;Z t. i in the good work I t'rinimng ouir tt uang t11e4 in aco'einttw ii' with the letter aid1 spilrit of the 'tw. wH 1 Ji provie'is fr ti' detail itf nfl otbii''r to fnit ,th t.', ' lSt.. 'l'rhf W a" 1)ºpt'!r tel' t riot allolw tin ,it' ficer tortr'ltl hltiim the Board ul i tith' people l, esire it tht I'iolvi'rsit.}. mil it se nts ti, t i-. tilii¢ 'l.'s def rli'nce to, the wishtleJ f tlhlir I-Ir'' .4t'tLatil'vt' nlld( oft' thie pii'op'l thtlirim v'.'t, woild i1 l no way 11o in~jur%. -r10 ii 1.llx 71lt li.! t P tM !. OF ?Ih (to ji ithu' t..!,. \ (f" ,ii),t.,,i ,10 ,, flh, ir it mlilli. vo4n1i4tilh i.' l ,i wilI n il i ,k t, '., torti . ('ol. .laiii llr i . b;l ltl. to tilt i xp 'nse t will trrollble tit b 'o k lii, ill h'- ,t'ºnp'r i i'y lilnita'. The Inttitute for tihe Blind. Ii h lei l ! hlirdla oight. ,(tiis ;;,lth, fhlt large haiwi 1 flit Ith fl ruy Hotiuse' row nctipiti fh i i nl stitlitoni for thl ' l i lli[ %as filleh t ; iti, thi trit atie -if till pupil-, the wortiy ;ilil bl), P'resi del t. Mli, . f'. lillte. rowit thll i,' I' , ,it r ai ' i'to effect till ('tiw![ t1i ' wir i Ian itlit i i a ' In fir hall, viheit ilt iidi's with a rti i'itti lt'' iilw l'-,'i t uiionti the fair st',. '. o d til fui , r,' f ll ill h iild, fillt the .,, ," ; h t tilt' r' ill 1'x i'l't"l''' t i it 'h Wll't" ' ',',i i .''l ,,:".t ( i ti bixrm es 'tllw' I u li m::i : I :p s lmainniel ',ho) ti show'mi th;t! he-, IpUpal '1' lilikiig st, liy pl' l) ''.I. r trw irit a high idegf re il, i 'iirli at' ii tai 'll.ll Jill ('" i LY , 't, . .. i i i , i; L - bIf i' O i n', It' Itt I I i'iv t ' 4, , e , ir l "r'",. ,tt li .... .. 7 I bit1 - S' 111 .' I, tt ,, l. \ti " 4* it l \\ r u t ji 1te i .i.... ..... . .... l1t -- ir i ', ir, men , -.rt.-I br'.'. .' ii ,,.,, iS11 440 1W i lt, Iy 1te o'lock, tho hour wnhen0 W0: r ri e,, .. . ..... t ........m . .- to e an en trt!uc ins t hi e n p,, i ou' • h l ...... l ora ' l o ei ..s ....t \tnw a er mA hto i,d J'.li ' m e D e t-- o ae- i,) .1;' ,, I'!)il- ; l K w hiti n )...... ... . .. .. so. ")t hei' ,' uhn.;, 5 ,, l,,l 1 l -- t / ')', ' --- , ) ' ' \ '- " l l h u s1, ". u. . . '1 . . : .1 al e r , , " ' 0 0 u -iall-, n . . .. ]. .' h ' ith . T o1_ lit, ' t . . h1 * 'nla ., II ) M ' Ai h n ... . \ .. . . ...! .- t). .r in l% mi th • i. . : )" ! . .| 11)I- - o n 0 I ti n 'c'i --I l I a m u,1 )D \ st '; ( Vris t ,, . ' I l)'r . h 'l .l.--. )i.. ). .. . ....... \ W h i, tIT i T hlil , ball- ", t i." h e I, T iLil'lity 1: t ni was, ) b,. o1,) 'illil'))l fit f.in('), us bi~ll an thoat ligt',, '1": i~lt'. h -.); n < ne th o" Re quesn l :0 i.h ,, ia t' >i .v . ... .. he,! w.t o" " pe ythet l'niverntly, the frll. th i'i'! ,llt Itv wi)li ex, t d , , h i(. thr, a vtt ) trill'It~l the ha l wnI.ev ry l r paUtid Isy h . In iiv0, tr int) ofl -i' fas iir occhrii liryd h s n! igh.l'.ilIf l t!i,.t l rilied(l,. it wa ,,bou, imposdibhet tho ileffic an w enrnc linilIrte U.i the spc one h wl uhi( rivu ae, it w'l~ns llhlo;imossible, to. effe!. room to display his terpMiborealt i 4tcoop ph1tshnw'i.ts. Mit only w'as tlhehall filled with people., bilithe wide galleries ad jacent were held by the throng of those, principally meni, who haId failed to elbow themselves to where the dancers were keeping step with the sweet strains of Pages' excellent band. We confess that although Baton Rouge did her best to hold her own, her repre sentatives, niumilering hundreds, were hehl in cheek by the visitors of both sexes, of whom there were many from New ,Orleans. the coast parishes from New Orleans down, an(d others, too, from the Felicianas and neighboring parishes. The numhber of those present is vari ously estimated at from twelve to fif teen hundred people. To use the ex pression wte heard fromn many lips "noth ing but the Mystic Krewe ot' Rox balls, in New Orleans, could surpass in point of nutimlers, brilliancy ndl style the Grand Hall of the Fourth of July, 1881, at the Louisiana State I'iiiversity and A. & M. ('ol!ege." Th'I' pretty women were as thick as leaves in Vallomhro.a. It was a sight, inldeed. that the imot-t fastidious cauld not but admire. 'l'ihe large attenlantc l ,,n last night, fromt hone anild fromi abroad, must he accepted as an eviliden'c of the growing popullarity of thI College, which, by next session, will contain, we b)lieve. a full hattaliotn of jnst such ,gentlemanly and bright-looking ea.cinr as tlhose who were doing the honors last gt iii gi i coir teoits and eletannt a Iatillier. 'Thle cadets aalin', orniou-ied too high ly f r the activity ia , intellilence they dlisplayed in eintrl ,nlit the great throng of their 'guests. That they were rewardled by th apprl,ving and alntir ing s;ihiies oft'the f~;ir,. ws' hayve ,vety re:a on, i ti 1.,lieve. Anld we, dn t ,vouder at it: a, ; haldseoir ,,: of ga, llantl young felhlows than th,. eohill not lihe assem' ld l wiii ; w hi'i'. Thfe hb li will, , oah-wl i dtoubt. fhill a promii ent lsp 'e i e t t . anmils of bril ialn t enttertaintnn'ts. it :surpassed e.t ery ex p'etatiron, ari n i- ii inistaka blt indiention :;h t th.. lUiver.viy will letrefvr h march towa',, hprcedent STATE NEWS GLEANINGS. :t lhlan, l,',, : Last SIunday night, . 1!,l 'it , : !; , tug f idllig i n tilhet Afit lt . ig thii ituli . w'''it to tit st' it4 ti1hI: A. 1lb1si.t, JI .. I t AlIt,. e.iled him with hi, i.ft ii e ne , while hI ' held at fistol in htigtilt. Mir. lietnlr retnrned the blow. wh,.n (;uill shut him,. the Hali 4trik ing his ,ett 11l:1 ll ad anl'Ir lih te nwa'ril i'id. inflicting a severe aulI it was at first tllh ight mortal wolifl ; hill WI ;.tI glail t, !,'.;.:, lift there art. ' o1 t hipe:I. i ,of kiI, ., ,, " . h tl'. r i ut ,1,-11 ; :Il!i. ;it'l! 'its ' -m".il , lin t raii bi. I;n ing 'il '1d thr "aighl th, h~ rtli i. Aftr ill' tihl . hI ,t ,t: ( l·lil m ,1111,+I te1 I. tlll i u' 1 lli l l l ,ti ,' '!i-, e src',1'', ,but w , Iift ." l, ilt w iI '.t i . -I , l ."t hi ! ii ''i l, it' , r,'iiit, I' . : I i, ' It-' 'inlll tH -hri :llf ;Il l,,Ir ,] Or tihl', fil 1111I- tI r ",;'Itlit it :. I t ,,,nbl' h ,,r he, e j u-ti f tlied the , : . M r. len '..; ,' ln , th, tIfl' fri'i'ilt l I' . Io.(II n(l r l ito f : hi -tl lsh , :tmi utm beu,: et one < i : , li" a -pt ti liitid ', li . , who h, t h, , y l"t hiu the nitre it ' h lll ii 'i oie theirl I l 'Mo iH lliV, . lu na l: tir u i inally t rie iiw' , v..- lis'hrownml t t1 e , i tr1 statc of Sxcitome nt ini i T, es'l, llvfnint llte . of' t ,illi'isty h stwili Mr .luoh'r liiyd a ,Id T. 0 '+,,.t', .hi , h r' a .et',d in '1i. , u h il,,, ' k' ,r wo gdrs 'tk. i,.i ,a'.14 'mf iliati' y arl"l sted, t ,tl r,]iha fig hilsr lruti i tll' In ' r , 'i ff, ;t. ' i iip Ft lii,. ,ns tit t i f +ul : \toi g ,, i on e gret the hevy dalrk, i'r bkifit,,d stt our trini Itr. g. ar throwg. -d hian ets iimable witim, wh i, hn Whe hsday pist wji hMr.ft if their chaty b up don:, ,bs 'athr Brlu'airreat the churchp to the barrelt'ed hot gnn and steppingr to ths. entrf to to air rootit*tr Who was standing inside he s tore door. The load of small shbo struck the dour casing and going outward tore a piece out of the tote door which was opdn. Mr. Rogers then followed the burglar outside and as he jumped off the gallery and ran around the-fence, fired a second shot at him again missinghim and strib ing the pickets. The bold robber never uttered a sound, during the whole affair, and owing to the darkness, Mr, Rogers could not distinguish the features of the man , or tell whether he was white or black. The only regret is that the shots tired at him did not take effect. Mr. Rogers' pluck, under the circumstances, was remarkable and his actions brave and commendable. It was certainly an unusually bold vttempt at robbery and probably premeditated murder. Il'eliciana Sentinel: On Tuesday even i,,g last the steamboat W'ill Kyle, on her up trip put ashore a lady whose nalne we learn to be Mrs. Geo. Winte, of New Orleans. She was very fleshy and the heat on hoard the boat became so op pressive that fears for her safety was entert.ained. She was furnished cons. fortable quartes at the Whitdtinan house, but notwithstanding the best medical aid was procured, she expired at 3o'clock Wednesday morning. Her husband ar rived on Wednesday and conveyed the remains back to New Orleans. She leaves a husieid andl several children to mourn her ountimely death. Pointe Conpee'Banner: The negroes say that it is the comet which is giving us the hot weather and burning up the corni. They are frightened into i relig ious revival and are all getting baptized again. Point Coupee Banner: Yesterday at St. Mary's Catholic church in this place, high mass was celebrated and the pray ers of the congregation were offered up, petitioning divine providence for propi tious weanther for the crops. This is an excellent idea; biut it should have been started about two weeks sooner, as much of the corn erop) is now paIssed the stage at which any weather can assist it. Shrv piport Times: We are in receipt of tn invittation front the Louisiana Sate l'nliversity and Agriuenltural and Mechattniicl College, of which Col. Wm. Preston Johnstn is President. to attend the ('olnnlencemrent Exercises, begin nintg on the 'fourth, with a grand hall. \We regret our inability to attend. The talented and irrepressible L. E. itently, the (hif mnan of )onaldsonville, accnmipanied by hiis accomplilished wife. l;honorei,l the I" niversity cuininelicement -xercisis with his presence. We were haippy to greet him ini our office on sev era, I icasi,n dm;in; the tinme, and feel contide:tit thal;lt spite of the warm weath er lihe hasentiiteid hinself. Mrs. Bently. we learnt, t'romn our exchanges, will read Ior sll : of i:e hoity Convention, , !', n , ; , . ' i .-. ili 'a- tiol of tihl e. " Th- .<i qnuLt;i of hier literary l«,s ii"'I- 1 ll'.tall,- t" I .llle'i T N " , It I (lk f (-l ll l . ' I li:\,~i ' . -J"' iltS 155,- 1~o . RO . . . I ' . .tn r 1eid.n..ce, . itu. ted n il ll rtirthwt\clr','ner Ea(Irt Boulevnar'd .1l I (r,''ernlelll nt str'e~et4. t ,(eirly klnoWI as the Iuis. :r' ' ,rYtt 1y T'erms reasonable. A Pply to .JI.EPi' T. Yi UN. Assesnr'q of firs. Haton I' 'i '. FOR SALE. EngiI: For Sale! Upright Havg Iron Bed Frame Wrouht Iroi Srhalft Fly Wheel and Driving Pnlley. .Inch Cylinder. 12.Inch Stroke. COMPLIr' ! ' I)E,-UAl. AN'TEEM) AS .GOID AS NEW. .I-I-' 1 t 'ti[_ 'h, i : ttn Gill I r light Cane Mii. I.m sae C'heap. Ahir,. .JAMES H1. LAWS A- CO,. I inc.iniati, (thi'. .rn" (; C r la Vh lan tati,. Erhus!v Landing. "W, SA L.,E--1'.: C(HANi E-A I Gardon. -[ ill . 'ltlnllllllll g orrtll. 'onlltaining 4 arpentll ol'.0u . ,Iw" li 0, .,. ' ;ihh. (maulod W tll etc. Sit lt e c lo ('c ,WlllIlntin OI ift North IoleIvarl. slq nlou. .\Tp!:, to L. COMBOIZOU, , i the ; nni~ oi r 1t the' Cm.-rIITr.tAN Offi.. :ipr:n. (ENTENARY COLLE E, .rAC'I(SON, LA. S ES:I' N 1b0-1 iA .I:' SrTIDENTS. ýi I ''ote-sor. aln1i '"eacher4 n41l three, A.. titadntt=* The entire xpe eA for hourII and tiition tr schoilastic Ve nrl ileP not eced1 $144 in F s paratory Dlepaitniu ,t. nor $164 in College Clase. NIxt *c4.U*i$n hr t:, September 5th, I-1 Setii for eta ningue. C. (;.A NDI)EW.VS, President. •Jackson. La.. J" ne . :." 1 . nnugar ! nugar! t'UT-tL)AF Extia L-tisiorni. PO'()W'i)FEI: LOAF..l-Ht Nuw York. 4 :cFFEE A.. ..T .wt 1,,), blte iUiutd la. LIt; Fit'I IT IOW N. East Baton Honge, (Knox's) At Family (rocry of JOSIIUA BEAL. Chocolate and Cocoa. Fresh and Choice, at Family Grocery of JOSIfUA BEAL. Canned Fresh Apples. G(RATED..'3 pound cans," 20 cents. UTJARTERED..3 pound cans. 15 cents. QUARTEhEi1)..1 gallon ueads. 40 cents. At Family GOrocry of JOUHUA BDAL. l SZ Iha FEIBELMAN'S Preparatory to taking acount Stook, I will offer my entire Stock of Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots, shoes, Hats, dc,, dke., at Strictly Cost! for ten das. and FOR CA5H ONLY,com. prising the following specialties: 10,000 Yards fast color Prints at 5c. 2,000 Yards Lonsdale Cotton at Oe. 2.000 Yards soft finish 4.4 Cotton, 1 yard wide at Se. 3,000 Yards Union Lawn from 5e to 7 1-2c. 1,000 Yards Victoria Lawns at lOe. 500 Yards Bishop Lawns, 20e to 80e 500 Yards Gray Dress Linen at. 10 e A Special Discount of 5 per Cent ()ON FIVE DOLLARS, And 10 per Cent on 810 Allowed! REMEMBER the Great Closing Out Sale. anil early for Bargains at B. FEIBELMAN'S. New Goods NEW GOODS ! Fre~ih Senhlore Mackrrel at the low price of tive (.ents. Fresh Lobsters, Fresh Salmon, Louisiana Oyoters, in one and two pound cans. Shrimps. Fresh Sardines and Sardines with Tomatoes also Pottei Chickens, P. Turkey, P 'Tongues. P. ars. . . Beef and DEVILED HAM! IEnlish C0wIow-C , 1''Picki'. Tomato Catsup Walnut CiapmIp, Flreni Capre. adi French I I v, Worch.IetIershir, Sau'c F-renh and Creole Mustard! Eagle Crown. Swiss andi Diamond C(ondelnsed Milk. Yeast 'owders. Gates. Lions and King's Brilkme 'owd.rs, and Hors;rd's ITrend Prepar atioiS YIo will idl a full a:s',erl . ent if thei best kind et SUGAR AND COFFEE I itIl '.:"'i a'a " asme and Farina. English A it a:01 P'orter. Califoin i.tl \ine. Rhine and 1: iiuch Wit'. Fresh I>andies. Hl~ad Cheese anIt Ne Virk ('r'anim Chees', Italian Macaroni Ian VIV rictlli. W i'.e ('lthe i lini A tuli and r,,phI t' slock 1,f Crolkery ! Glass audl Chirt \Varl. Furnace and Patent Cu,,kinu Pots, Sznoothing Irhtns. Baskets, Well Wate'r lBucket ,lnd T'lops, Mi I utl Iat Traps, HAMS, SHOULDERS, Anlt Fulto Ma'Kit BEt. 'Th1 sth iv Articles toenftiontld are fresh, well 5ti(ct'dand will i.. acl crdlir :, tih hard CHEAP, CHEAP! For sale at WITTI1NG'S NTORE. J. J. CAPDEVIELLE, -DEALER IN GROCIERIES IND LlUOR1 8 EAR CORN, Lime, Hooppole Flatboat Apont. All orders for Goods in the above line will re ceive prompt attntion. D)eals only in first-class articles, snch as are sanited to this section of country. Call and examine for yourselves. March 6, J8fO. v3n4v. Butterl Butter ? FAN(:CY CREAMERY..IllInois. CCfIOIE COOKING..New York. At iarmtily grocery of ..... .JOIUA BEAL' Are at tieo and pfal to PT' "will . PhotographictAA MAIN STREET, BATON O'6 ; ( A '1:i t h i ca s ! 1 _.," i CONSTANTLY ON1 RAID . COPYING OLD PIOTU LB A 6.ECIALTY. E. D. THOME Main f4treet1. BA TONROUGE ...... .......... LOrISIANt D1.EALi I, Falicy Groceries STAPLE DRY GOODS, Liquors, Western Produce, . SA.DDLEIY, CROCKERY, TINWARE AND HARDWA And Everything usually kept in a general Sup.-i ply store. Goods sold at the very lowest i' for Cash. Highest price paid for Cotton ani other country produce. v9nSly JOSEPH LABGUIEI, (Established in 1849.)+ . DElALER lit Fori& Domestic HardareoIE Agricultural Itnpleoients, BicEksmathbs' CIn ters' and Coopers' Tools, Oila, Gs, PiaGl CORNER OF THIRD AND FLORIDA STREETS, . (Sign qf Red Pkdi, ) febb BATON ROUGE, LA. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING:. G.GOESELLY TNFORMS his patrons and the public gen r ially that be will make Casimere suits atr tifro, $1.00 to *'0.00 per sult, and a fine seleei tion of vests at 2. fl each. matl-i.t CAPITOL HOUSE. The undersigned hegs leave to an- : nounce to his friends anl the publlo enerally 'that he has opened a at the corner of Lafayette and Main streets, oppositeChtl~run' drmustore whet., the Cho0lest Wines, together with -' every delilaney in season ,,o e b'found here or from.Niew Orlemts markets. The HOTEL,above the Restaurant, having been thoroughly repaired and a etovated, is now open for guests. ALEXANDRE GROUCHY, Proprietor NEW 81'TOCKI Latest tyles I New Patterns I In (CALICO, fromn................ O to 10 00 In PEIICAIE, froitm..........1.....1 00 to 1 :: In ('IEVTOT, fromn ............... 1 25 to 2 00 In WHITE, from1.................. ' to 1 78 In ' Llnen Bosom ntd Cuffs (a BIargain).................. ........ 1 00 ' A 'onpleta new line of Laundredl and Unlaun dred Shirts, at the very lowoest prices for caseh. 'lThe IGent's Clothing and Ftlroishnig Depart mtent lomplhlte at A. ROSENFIELD 8. Liver SPA, D. With the Anti-Malaria. pepel . Liver Conm. plaladt. Kidney A freeidon,. N.eural gla.ConIstipatlon. f ick H adtl-, ache, Female (Compl)timts* . lItiolns. nes, Palplitatio.. and nil .ilarlal Diseases witheiot utedline. No Dos. Ing-no inconvenience, and a positive cure. Price, including Bottle Arti.Malaria, $2.o0. Sent by mail to any address upon receift of price. Principal Depot. 92 (Aermnua SNt., BDlto.. Md. Sold by Druggists generaUly. Buy none but Flag'~s Patent Liver and Stomarb Pad, others are bulky. bard and troublesome to wear. All of I)r. Flagg's Preparations are ,old by DR. IBROOKS. Baton Rouge. WANTED Psrice will b e paid for the 10 000 sameat tbhe cotr BALES O COTTON I nerofMainmd : Third slreet. Baton Rouge, Loutsiana. ANDREW JACKSON, Cotton Bnye. -. HAND-MADE Sour Mash Whisky TRANKLIN CR0S88 ROADS. r., Han 1' Made Sour Mash Whiskey, Franklio Groes Roads, Ky., sold by J. STEEN8EN :BATON ROUGE, L .A, Tobaoo, Tobacco I have in store the largest stock of TobcedL to be found in this ' itv, different grades. Detl ers will find it to their interest to examine enam before purchasing elsewhere. aNDRlW JAOrSOt. THE FINEST ...~it .+ .