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N C. lianmihard of Mirervaport for line.hlor of Art*. 1. W. P. W earce, of Baton Rouge. I. V. E. Ives. Vernon, Jackson Parish b :i. Wash Boyd, New Orleans, 4. Henry R(tdllih. New Orleans, b . ". F. It llytnel. U. 1'. (tereln. 1. Lnwry. If tlhe Board should determine to confer the Honorary )Degri'ees of, ,, D ).. I),., etc., it would be well to appoint a cemmtnitete for the deliber ate .consideratiot of names to be proposed. C A Board of survey ordered a part of the cabi inet tobe destroyed on account of itp nnwhole some condition. Part of the order was obeyed F on ac:count ofconsiderations of health, The rest Is left for the Inspection of the Boar"d. A Ill conclusion, I may again remind the Honore able Board that the chief function of a Univer sity is to teach. Its usefulness depends more on its faculty than on elegant appointments. k A great machine is nothing without motive power. A tuilversity has for motive power, mind. However complete otherwise, behind the scenes there must be brains. Strengthen and support your Faculty, and it will do your ork. Finally, let its deserve success and we will achieve it. In response to resolutions as to proper quallf. a eations of students wishing to enter the Uni. versity, the President recommends no change at present, except that fifteen instead of fourteen be tixed as the limit of age. He recomends no change in the preparitory department at present. At the suggestion of the President of the Fac. v ulty, the Board then took a recess for the purpose of of partaking of a lunch provided by the Steward. e, The Board resumed business at G P. M., the ft same members being present. at On motion of Mr. Thorpe, the report of the of President of the Faculty, with the reports refer. th red to therein from thedifferent departments of th the University, was referred to the committee on a the State of the College, with Instructions to g` submit the necessary resolutions relative to the an matters presented therein. at On motion of Mr. Pipes, the Vice-President was directed to appoint two members of the at Board temporarily to fill the places of Messrs. , Walton and Gunby, absent members of said comin. F mittere. The Vice.Preaident appointed Messrs. Graham and Thorpe. Mr. Graham desiring to be excused, B8 on account of feeble health, Mr. Edwards was substituted in his place. Tr The Treasuret presented the following report, I which, on motion, was received and read and Tr referred to the FinauceCommittee: te IE'PORT OF Tll 'rlTKAsUltRIL,a Baton Rouge, July 1. 1881. To the Hon. President and Members of the Board 1 of Nupersiore qf L. 8 U. and A. and M,. 0.: for GCsn'rT.liEE.-Herewith I beg leave to hand wh yEI "statements" of my account with the sever. Orl al funds of the lUniversity : ro Mtatenment A shows the balance on haInd in cash. April 4, I81: thel receipts and dinburse. Or Ienits for a'nEount olf tendownmet fund since, and PaI the cash bnlin'el on Ililtnd it this dalltE, as hollows: Ihal Balanmc per report, April 4. lasI in State Nat. Bank of N. 0.... 936114 tI T'ransfer from gen'I fund Apr 29 3:30 00 " May 10 . 2l641 9a4 Til Amt, in full from La. ,. UnilV'sity 1919 31. l'Transfer frl Ln ,l'I lifuni.lJnti27 19000 00-!973:14 4 Fti :$13,400 17 Fri l)i.hllrsetd diiring O lIm' e pe'll riH...... I1,098 07 1, Int Cash l'neI in Statel Nti. Bank ..... 41.304 10 Nod Included in the amoni e it diallRSe is $ e300, al. Ge lowE'I IIr. .1. W. I eIprE'E. unider reslitoion i th anl Apll i, Itit; $'itt0 ita iiir',rtled to e'adet itnitfienh (a1 ance fund Ite-ti; "1N00 paid CUi. Iloyd-say Me $16t;2 24 on personal account allowed himl April Lib 5th, 18~1, and 177 76 paidl by him to Prof Itailip Con and allowed at samie time by the Board. Also all (hr salaries to iune 1. lIraving still due the President and 'l'Prfessors, Se(l1'.e'tay'I, Treasurer and the }r. President',' Selcretiry their salariers for tie lmonth Of.lune-tlihese lilhenls having bteen paid monthly ourlitllh of' their annuitill salaries, will lie settle 24t1 with in full July 1, (tolday') pli to Octolber I, I11, exc'ept the' 'rIll'trsl'r, whose 1eih'y bhas been Ti tf(ie at ll104 l Ee, r ilonth t .Jilly 1. II.-.provi- 1 sieon heing to Ie iade! for him to lit I)ctolir 1, or To 1flrther on, ls yo)oir holElOllril Board iia wiySely be letermnllie. Thl, sni il ol tllt. ,30 Ilts be'eitn paid tEl MelE'iliii. pe cal I lepart i itcllt 5,lte my last reportit. wllch ex pa, l1u11st t he fuilll illilrlotrihtion of #1400. I hlave ': pait tlt,' A gi'hciturl Ia hlirt)tilEilt. shllE'E' Atrll na 4, I1. $215 ti., leavini g now at tilE. crEllit of this Fro hldepurllueint till, mln of 11 HI, of tlhe $1'J00 ap. 10 lroprllle'i d,' . ''he rennaindor tof othe aimOllnit eilnbrll'sed du. t hieg the three mllilhs elnding thlis cillay, isdis. Fr trlibuted to the Iirolel'r taccetunltas l ler iily books. Dil I will state hlire that. this fulindl, hy Y'our' leg.I Islation Apriil ith inll itllh, owes bailantcE brought iie forward fromt (Cl. lIlolyd's lolks of Si,397.:10. 'En '.'he amount wits ieiginally t3I,,397.:31, but ilhavingl paid ol. Boydl #1I,o00 thle tlelE' isi ret'dIcet tol tile Cc sam stated. 'Thl Ie-halll' of the' ll lendowmoleit froEt thiel igneral goverl'llmnlt, asay t7,"77.t* is due to-lday and tihe rtaleithinig half Jhllaniuary Ist iN2, in all ci 114.55.t63l. 'h I' 4dulet fut'lld I*0.1.li owe'lstilio fond $1,500, elile the llofud has ince cotlmpelledI t to have tralnsferrel to it I'roul generaul fond, Irom lime to time as shown by mny reports, 1 cash asltlcient to iteet iall demands, ande e stands to-elay, iluelnbtel to said general fund, in o the sum of&t'l.lI5.fl, which amount, il'generalI fund had lot Iboin rerE'ated in DIecenber last, tell wooll have gonte directly to Elil credit of on- wI. L ctwnient fl'nd. I presullte, however, tlilt this itin'ebtedlessis ec le merely fhititious iuid will 1o 4be considered by r your Hororable Ill.rd auth Staitellmnet "'i" uh'sowu 4hlt, iliiiI, i' eusointion CEI' of your Htonorattble ololt, adoptedl April tith, lfiti 1FIL. i itvo sohl I tii: Iltiy boetds q(' #5 each, ori tili 0l. 0 EO1.oh'of tlhe i I,;*1 ,50.40 leteonging to tlhe Lou' nl-il slaileu Stati' I'tilvElrsity. ''ThIe enioutllll lit 63l cts. I, brouglht #'2,4~E, l' owlihcl, ilcti'ig tlmder your r anthorltv I hiavo rielmburseel endowioent r fund in tlhE Mlllll ofEl,ll9.:l.; llild Isidlore New nian 357.1. lit' funtIding t hie tl 1,330 of State war t litilt Intlo IlElby ltlell., and ctol. IJioyd otl 01o couint or itlert -st paid by himn i to Lo tiiiani l Na . n tiotnal tllnk anil allowed Alpril 5tit 1l4J. lito sun o of400. leaving at the credit of tlhe old loutisi n lns Stte nllivierstity l0..90 ii c:aish, i Slltate th Nationail Bink, New Orleltns antd T.Ti,5 it blaby bonds on depolit witi iMr. Isiloro Ncwnlan, Sr., of New' OrlnatIt. intenlent "'C 'sllows tile cash balahnICe on the pE 4th of Aplril at tiie cretlit of :Caldet Maintenance i Fund session I,4'l.; tl.' I t'l'ltip tlll d disbursE, - ment Steill'l ianl tlht' casih iialilaue this date as fpilows : BA In Hill Nat. lihlik A ..rl. 14)i....81041 42 In hand............... ........212 2i--111! I1 aldA Transfer fromte gleneral ilnti.... 130t 00 'Trrnsfer from endlowinent ifundli 500 00-21-30 00 - lrc·'eive-ti " CadIet, b. iand i 'dg 17i2 27~ . '.t.'. i I. Hand hal'g. t't 24-2115 51 D l Was) Disburseld eltring unm eI p'riod . 37I1 21) Canbbal in Hib.Sat.B'k 141 .1 Pla Cash in hand........ .. · g ti-17t9 39-5Oi,4 68 Let This fundl now owes, to: Fai General fund.............* ... 29· * S1 1 IEndowment fund .......... 1500 00-4451 90 4 and has on band in cash 81703 31, with which to meet the demands for the months of June, July, August and September, 1881--the last three P4 months named embracing the vacation of the ou Institation. The loss in this department of the Iniversity can be safely put down at $4500 fo' ltr of session of i80-t1. The Cadets have all paid up ln ifll for the en. tire session, with the excptloan of two, who4 balances aggregate amout 110, an4 the parti9t being perfectly remspoailble. I Ieol coaddent that I shall be able to report the amount paid at your next meeting in October, 181, Sthe tetment I) shows: Balance on hand at the credit of Cadet Ould M. fund, session 18.80f, a per last re. liber' port, April 4, 1881, to have bn ..... 1591 37 1 Cush collections since by Col. C. C. Bird cabi. attorney, less exp. and commissions.. 1538 19 thole. $6197 56 I eyed From this am't I have transfer. red to sundry Cadet creditors e rent their unpaid balances. .....5 50 51 And have passed to the credit of Dr. J. W. Dnpree, 1.90 of 8lnor $5577 05, by authoeity of B'rd river- of Supervsors April 5, 1881, 978 85- 899 36 Bore alauce............................ $8e98 20 tents. to be pro-rated to the creditors. Of thls tive uaint have paid the sum of ..p....... 3909 71 awer, hind eaving......................... $1388 49 thee still on hand and in the Hibernian NationallBank of New Orleans. o we There was due this fund in April last, secoteg nag to Col. Boyd's books, about $6000, by Cadets, l andj the fund owed 6849 91, which added to Unl. amount already In my hands to be prorated, say ge $379 01, enables me to pay 0 cents on the dollar aene -leaving $873 (about) to be augmented by fuhtre collections; thnus reducing, largely, the indebted. edness of this fund. Bent, Statement "E" shows the amount due by the Fac University session 1879.80 to Cadets for sums pone of money paid by them in excess of what they card, owed, say $5L0.51. This amount I transferred the from the Cadet Maintenance Fund of 1879.80 and placed same at credit of sundry Cadets, all r the of whom have been paid, with a few exceptions, 'efer. there remaining only $5589.100 unpaid and in ts of the Hibernian National Bank. I will state, that te on a notice was sent by me to every Cadet, or, his s to guardian, informing him of amount at Ise credit U the and of the wish of the Institution to pay same at once. dent Statement "F" shows the receipts into gener althe a fund since April 5th 1881 to have been as er. follows : com. From rent of "Itapides Prop erty" ............... 35 30 Amnt. borrowed from Isi. ham dore Newman........... 7000 00 8ied, Sale ofl 90,706 35 Baby was Bonds at t 3*............. 1'706 35-419,741 65 wISBUllMeKNTS. Transfer to Endowment iort, 1and................... 4 7,815 99 and Transfer to Cadet Msinte tenance Fund. 1880.81...... 1,850 007 Paid Newman amount due him. ..................... 10,000 00 Paid interest on loan.... 73 6-419,741 63 II. Thus leaving no cash on hand. oard The assets of this Fund are the State warrants for appropriation for year 1881 of $10,00. 00 TiOf and which I have in the State National Bank, New verx Orleans, $4,500 and there is due to.day $2,500 more making together $5,000 now available. Iin STATEMENT O COUPI'ONS, t'ra Orig'I indebt'ss 102,165 59, and coupons $17,262 00 and Paid on " 92,241 30, in 15,M41 00 Isal. indebttln'ss 9,924 211. in coupons.. $1721 00 -add unclaimed coupons........... 5f 33 On hand............................. $1777 33 Se There hIs been received Into endow. fund from -July 24, 1880, to date the 14 sum of...... ...... ...........36,0071 64 F- rom Generrl iovernmnent.. 14,5.iT 6,5 1 17 Fron general fund..... 21,515 99--31,071 114 IT 1 07 lslinrsed as thillows: - Interest. a'cotllnt ............. i:7 :13 110 Note W. Markham to Newman*'500 00 al. (General expenses ............. . 2H33 73 IBoard Hul upjrvisors .......... 125'2 35 ,th Halaries fromn Mii" I, I'~I....... 19211iti 03 ien Cadet M. Fund l1180-li........ 1400 00 s Mechanical D)eartment.... .. 1500 00 Anricultural 1 epartmen!t..... 1188 19 I pril Library acount.............. t11 B lip ComnmIssion account.......... 36 i. all ChMr'land Phy' Laboratory .. 1 107 60 tepairs and contingenciesll.... '07 0 aCoL Boyd "(ersonal ncecont).. 1i00 00 the 1)r. J. W. Dupren................ 500 00-331,719 54 nth li 'ltnal c on handtl .................... 46102 10 bly (: harged direc't to indowmtent fnd July l4 'With, 1880. Endowment Fund owes : To Sundry Creditors trans. "e ' e'rrel from books of C'ol. i. Iloyd................... 6 1.5197 :o or To (o. Hlloyd for salary from Many lt to Octo. Pl r lIt 1880 ...... . 1,041 66-8 2,638iP 96 'rhis tamount to be added to the probable ex ii. penses of thn institution for seossilon 181.80 or the sum hor'rowed at one alnd this indebtedness "x paid. v, There has been receiv'ed into (Cadet Mainte. rl nanre Fonud forseousluo 10-0-,ru. T i Front Professor's hoard and p. lodging................ '• 555,39 From salof wood ....... 2 0 From Professor Lippard li. fr coal oil ...... ...... From Gleneral Fnnd and E Fund................ 4.453 99-411,701 40 ko. Die irned ............ ..... !,.!Ho0 01 IdJance....... ............. 1,7/93 39! T'i, pay ldemnands Ifor .unle 1i1. ;ht '"General Fiund............ 2,953 !9O w. 'End'owidIuent Fuind........ 1,500 00---8 4,453: 99 SMost Resaneu'tfallr" Sutbmitted, II. SK()IFIEL),, T'ricastnrr. Certain comnmunications in the nature of he claimIIs against the hloard from Messrs. Rosen. field, Lamon, Markham and others, were re coivedl and referred to same committee Mr. Beaulrogard movedl to reconsider the ac. tion of the Board at its last meeting relative to I the notes given by Mr. Estopinal for rent of the 1( ts, t. BIernard property, S'l, muotioln sewomuing to b,, in conflict, with the Sorder of uosineas adopted by tihe Board, on too al tio of Mr. P'ipes, the order of business wlas tinmporarily suspended, andl tlhe risolhtion to re , consider having been adopted . Mr. Estopinal, who was present, was Int\ited to nake, tile diesired 1851 isn lranartions. ()f in otiol oof MI'. l~t'd w,aii thie T'u'tstllr, ur was iH autlhotrixu'd and instntruict to ,',unic,,l thl induhbt. , edn'ss of MrI. l'Estopiintl tr u r'nl dl iii icllount O , ofl lhe S1t. iLrnllnrd property audi to r.eturnl to hiint his nt,'s o recipt of' .30l) in asdliti.,o t th. atinoutnts alrly p'hl Iu y hhim i.oi In sehalf o' the aperti} hummilh n oshu, f itpal h g'runudtls and huihldings. Mir. .Ilstrlnt'ski iakemcl nt for :nd htained further timn. ,l 0 M(,rs. Stlro: and (h'lcl ter tenrr. r A commnlluitionr flrnm 'resiautlob nthn rla - nly tive to 11he, ,ontmlrrlng of hegrrcn, wits received find eIbdl',''lr to thle, ,manlitte. o,,n thle state of the tin mnotion of Mr. '1'hfrpl. tlh 'rea'urtr was itinstruclttd to su'ttlh tihe u'lsti of hr'. I)Iuprec of thu'sessiot of 187P-80. ,hy paying to him out of they propr 'lfund whatvtr amoluntt .appu'ars to be tdlllu himIn firolt thI books aof the' 'T'rasur.'er', snp. posed to be aboint $116i, On ulan mtotion oft' Mr. l,,lhothd,., th' loard then Gen Hjl.lournil untiiil to,-noi''rr.w at II o'clock. (.Continti'td mt'xt weIek. I HBAG.N1]TI. AND TIES-I have in store a 17 au .ua large supply of Jute Bagging andArrow Ties for sale at the lowest prices. ANDREW JACKSON. BRONlMS AND WA8IBOARDS- A I'UU 1il J good snuply of Brooms and - Washboards for sale low at the store of is ANDREW JACKSON, Raton Rouge. Flavorlng Extraets, 18 Lemon and Vanilla, Standard and Extra, at Family Grocery of JOSHUA BEAL. 0 4 Yesr Old. T4 Year Old Apple Viaeg r Be .did Prk, Baoon and Lard! You will dad ood sook of Pork, Bacon and SLard also Bacon ~bidulrs at the te of a AND W JACKrO N. Id At Take Nttil mei the lonly Lottery ser voted on 4btA Peo. pie qof a ate, and uIder a lats deftIon f the 1 37 1. A. bdpreme CourWt at 1fehhingto, t the only Lepal Lottuer ft in the United n Ilte, ai eOfAer a to rohaer Aawing beeh repealed or ol tgno eats., 17 tence. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE. o 3GRAD DISTRIBIUTION, CLA SJ G, 18 20 1971 AT NEW ORLEANS, i3 49 lak Tuesday, July 12th, 1881. lets, a to 134TH MONTHLY DRAWING. say tore tted" !i a they red - 9.80 ', A Thielastitautioa was regularly inoaeorporated byp one, I in the Legislature of the State for Eduea. hat tiosal and Charitablepurposes his edit in 1868, for the term of sme 0." TWENTY " FIVE YEARSSI with a Capital of $ 1,000,000! To which it bas since added a reserve fuad of 3 *$400,000 I mte To which contract the inviolable faith of the 'ow 50 State is pledged, which pledge has been renewed by an overwhelming I00 -"Popular 'Y'ote 33 33 Securing its franchise in the new Constitution 64 adopted December Od, A. D. 1_79, 14 ITS GRAND SINGLE LNUMBER DISTRI. me BUTION WILL TAKE PLACE MONTH LY ON THE SECOND TUESDAY. Mn of IT NEVER SC0ALES OR POSTPONE8 I Look at the Following Distribution 1 10 Dr Capital Prize, S880, 000! Tickets at O1f3.00 Each Half Ticketos, Il1. 40 LIST OF PRIZES: I CAPITAL PRIZE...............030,000 I .. .. .............. 10,000 IJ¶ I .. ................ 5,000 2 PRIZES OF 2,500................ 5,000 of 3 .. 1,000.................000 2" 0 .. 500................ 10,000 e 10 .. 100................ 10,00 200 .. 50................ 10,000 500 .. 20............... 10,000 1000 .. 0................ 10,0001 APPIROXIMATION l'RItZS 9 Approximation Prices of 100.........02.700 !i do do 200.......... 1,'O00 9 do dlo 100........ 900 a 1857 Prises, amounting to........ 110,400 p Applications Ior Agencies or Rates to ' Club should only be made to the office inl New Orleans. SRenonslblo correspodilng agents waunie1 lt all Ioilta, to whom a liberal compensantionl will Ae ul pail. , For further int'ornlation, write, clearly, givnlg flull addresR. Hend orders by Express ilr Regi tered Letter or Money order Ily nmail, aldlressed . (uly to 1M. A. DAUPH-IN, St ,NEW O(4LEANS, LA. Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD misioe. A n Gen.JUBAL A.EARLY. .COR g A II of our Grand EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS Under the supervision and management of - Ia. G. T. BIAURGAlIID, of Loniaiuan, li and Ga. JIBIL I. BAIRLI, of Virgln Capital Pr1ise, 100.000. Whole TioLket ,O0. `.x: leaLa pilo nd Rar iD Mt ,.k antkb for Thnd b FURNITURE AIND UIETAiNG i£ It, (Pfl d 3*4DPOR1 tZD Dl tA1 MAIN STREET, BATON ROUGE;,LA Dealer in Bedsteads, Armoirs. 'BUREAUS, AND CHAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Puaodr ad B M.Ioom Sts, Ziot uPamrito Ad wi oth ler f af at thO I ae~dk t so. fa ait A *. o nt 'l kinds, weith r ad, ipt A4at awan These M atreewt e a eo nwe iotot. melt au y ovtaftm t the of o, w put on te tabric,wh s M a sad p ntsltale3 athe feb8 aIl. No other Mattress pO tes th M . uamrat e ears, Malation is the Best Family Medicine Known I ALAkTOi Ctres Chills of lon standing 1 ALA I ON .... re. MlalaInMtiiwf' M ALARIO .,., Cures Liver ,OomplaIt I /ALAZiOA n Cures Naachsn A ALAItON Curol n; ifliati@ shennatlnm / Cure sl QCompl A LARION Cures BilliopoessM & huandlf e I ALARIION .......Never ,tfls Cre For uale by . I 5 S iCWN.sN Ph. D., Thud StReets Iate1 M 3*ma. ---0 F--- NEW SPRING GOODS! -AT MRS. J. M. PARKER'S, MAIN STREET, * * BATON fROUGE, LA. HITE GOODS--Victoria Lawns, Plain and Dotted Swies, Malls, India Lawns, Table Linens, Napkins. Towels, Plques and Nainsooks. DRESS GOODS--Linen Lawns, Mualins, Organdies, Lace lBuntings, Black and Colored Cub. meres, etc., etc. HOSIERY--L'dies', Misses', Children's and Iniants' Colored Hose, in great variety, SPRING CLOTHING-A large lot on hand, and for sale at AsTomIHIatOLt LOW IltAfts. M110ES-Nandals and Newport Ues. Also, a large and varied stock of Gents', Ladies', Mtssee' and Children's Shoes. PARASOLS-Silk. G(igliam and Cotton-a large assortment. MILLINERY AND NOTIONS-My Spting Stook will be complete by the 10th or 18th of April, and will be replenished every month with the latest novelties of the season. MRS. P. KAUFMAN, -DEALER IN- r iDr Goods, LIi, 1thu , 3:8h Soes !I, e111, lic Also. a large and well selected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, and Fancy and Family Groceries, Croekeryware, G lnasware, Tinware, Etc., CORNER MAIN AND HtUIRCUI 8REETS.............. BATON ROUCI, LA. ANDREW JACKSON, COTTONT * T..Y. . -AND )DEALER IN GROCERIES 4AND PLANTATION 8UPPiJI8, NORnTHEAT'r Corner Main and Third Streets, 411A BATON ROUGE, LA. Louisiana Life Insurance Company. 39.. ..........--. Carondelet Street................389 NEW ORLEANS, LA. -IFE A-'D ACCIýDNTT I THE ONLY COMPANY DOING BUSINESS IN LOUISIANA WHICH Secures Policy Holders by a Deposit with the state ! WINSLOW ROBINSON, General Agent, NO. 4. PIKE'S ROW ...BO...........N.......... T u R UAUOU LA. i 103 MANUFACTVRER OF Steam Trains, Strib Pans, Boilers and Tans STEAM PIPE AND STEAM FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, -AND ALL KINDS ' SUGAR HOUSE WORK. WO~WPRWEOP e CORNER FRONT AND MAIN STREETS, NEAR THE FERRY LANDING, febb BATOh~ 0 ROUG(E. LA. NICHOLAS WAX, ST. LOUIS STREET.......-.........".............. " COURTHOUSE SQUARE ' Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Ad WIlfulU, Ir r AD I NT l , U11 CROCKERY, LAMPS, CUTLERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Agent for Blats' Celebrated Milw~iakee Lager Beer. ri' Oomeat ot Main a feet reenodab fat69% GllO. H. Western roducCrocera i!. PLANTATION , YLIE eadPy o du neo , Coret of Thrud s te., feb18 BATON iOUGZ, LA,. SJ/ADO1 & VA1,/ AUCTIONEER$',r. SAnd Real Estate Agents b. Ofloe 4 Saleeroomo , BI MON nOvs, LA. SICEI ZOCE S OMANLiS WINOK Having Just received a large s4Py of urze Lace Zo Is now prepared to farnish the eme to toosee - trade and e l looal demands the reasonable " ,All orders htm B Goul G, F Ndion, Bo eJacksona (linton eatie oteorly filed. City !0 .ue.v I Open from half past five ocolook in the moornlme till eigt o'clook in the evo 8. MENDEBSORN, Fancy and Staple grosoeiL lrovtsulon, Plaatation fppleoe, Cutley, Wine Corner Lafayette and Main Streets,, feblo BATON ROUGE, LA. , MRS. C. BONING, BODOK, MUSIC ANOD ARIETY STORE, Third Street, Near State Houe, BAlO OUOEou , LA. Books, tple aB lanev itonoMas, eal Instruments, Sheet Muste, o Cavae d Notion of kns yfor theelbr ted Blake Patao, klntAl~so reelvel for any Newspaper or Mslaepublished. aEO. M.HROMAN, Manager. Use Home Remedies Beings eoepounded w th et aone and o *oipnol Ilee, and wi th e freshest ad most rellebrl li ent, they are tnfnfitely superior to the orthern patent notrums. (ise Steenben's SCAHOINAVIAN COUGH SPECIFIC I For Coughs, Colds, Consumption, ete. Phosphorized Cod lliver 01 For general debility, Pulmonary theotlons, rte. BACKE'S ABSTRIGEINT CORDIAL, for Cholera BowelOomplanta eto. PAUnL EN'S HEBREW DBIOP8, for Chilis and Fever, Ages etc. Preparled and fore e by .J. uThl SME, nOn.tf Third street, Baton Mouge. EO. 0N. BUCHEL, DAIAnb In Family Groceries, o , LIQT.OWRMs Plantation Bapplies, PLOWP AND ROES AND FARMING IM AH st the Lowest ash PYeies ! Corner Main and Jahao ste BATON ROUGE, LA. NELACES, languedoo, Ealdie, Vicrtcri STusm, Valenolene, Torehou, Birtoane, SLaceejut recolved at neld's. SADDLES ^stc Sdles diI eea for sale by ANDREW JACKSlON. I have jast receivled aother nvolee of Jack. son's Be Faey ~yamluy Iloura aha, largp I ortent of ther adE.. for a le at ae stor , dltES Ioreitise it e n Fe s ad Pare . "4p~tAtl €ird ttl f, ,m.pet".