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Suesdsng's Odttio,. Litty has reeelved bls. Christmas Candies. Give him a call. eed's Gilt Edge Tonic oures Chills add Porer. "Ring the Bells," at Pike's Hall, December 23d. "He is Coming" to Pike's Hall. De oember 23d. * We are indebted to Mr. MeGuinness fer a dil of late Irish papers, containing mush Interesting nmatter relating. to the existing troubles in the Emerald Isle. Is b+ so Kris Kriogle is not Santa Cla.s, at Plke's Hall, December 23d. Send your Present, at Pike's Hall, December 23d. Mr. J. Kornmeyur, would respectfully inform the public that he has employed a first-class cbinet-maker, and is ready at all timesto make new ind repair old furnitnre in the very best ptyle. tJ. I saw the Ships Comu Mailing, at Pike's Aall, Dec. 23d. Fm getting to be a big boy now, at Pike's Hail, Dec. 23.1. oathlemn Antidote fir Malarla. It should be gellerallyi known that Simmons Liver Regulator, prepare.d by J. H. Zeilin & Co., is relied upon to se eare to the people immlinity frqm all malarial disorders. That ithis medicine does what is claimed for it is proved by its popularity, and any on who has liv ed in the South three years has no doubt seen its curative effects and the protec tion it gives against the return of this weakening and dangerous malady. Our snbscribers will do us an especial favor by reporting to this office every failure of the carriers to deliver them the CAPLTouAN. We make this reqnest in the interest of all parties concerned. There can then be no pussiblo misuoder standing, which would ottterwise exist, I to the censure of the pnbllsher. See Witting's new adv irtisement in another column. Offf Be off Now, at Pikh's Hall, De- n eember 23d. I'me Over Young to Marry, at Pike's hall, Dee. 23d. To-night the Grand FanIy D ss Ball of Independence Fire Compai No. 2, takes place, at Pike's Hall.i 'he weath or bugt . rbwd will no n "u0a:t be in attendance. The gin house of Mr. afeKneely. of East Felicians, was destro3ied by fire on P the night of the 9th inst. Last Satur day we accidentally dropped into the insurance office of Messrs. Gourrier & MeNair, and caught them in the act of a settling the loss, the gin being insured ! by them, to the satisfaction of all par ties concerned. This was certainly lquick work, bat no mnore so than would iaturally be expected hBf such enter- pl prising gentlemen as these active ' agents are reulted to be. Mind yer Duster, Jane Mahoney, at Io Pike's Hall, Deue 23d. Is that so4 O, Bridget ¶)arling, at Pike's Hall, December 23d as' Our enterprising and active butcher friend, I Pujol, announces in this issue that he is in receipt of a number of fine fi stall-fed beevn and sholick whviich lhe " will keep on sale at the m:arket front this time 'till after the holidays. Pujol is r reliable dealer, and the public can rely upon the qunality of the meat that he offers. He requests us to state that, the butchers are arranging the market house io the most artistic style, and in vites evergybody to go on Christmas morning to witness the beautiful scene that will appoar to the beholder. Owing to the absence of thie tditor, who went to New Orleans wi business connected with the University, andoln- t dispoeition of the publisher on the ocea sion of the Episcopal entertainment. in Tuesday night, we are unable to give particulars in connectione therewith ha -roni those who bad the food fortnno to attend, we learn that t ie entertain- A ment was in every way w rthy of the A. experienco and talent emplcyed, reflect. - ing credit upon performers and moanas-. gers alike. The rain, whih unluckily B il in dreanching showers, prevented a large tnaumberof people frown attending. of Wedeplore bthis, u a plendid supper, at the moset reMsonable rates was spread in abundance. ri Don't you 8sold at. Moll~ White, at m Pike's Hall, Deoember 23d. i Did ye'sEver, at Pike's all, Decem-. her 23d. 1881. HoLIDAY BooKs -We a~ in reoeipt a of several pretty books a4om Meers. Lothrop & Co., 'FranklM h 8t et, Boston,1 suitable as Chrlatmas pre te for obil ulre. Them iboeks are beautifully boued anmd ram priatemd lnlear, large type oe excellent paper. Nothing in- C diatee the tender care th present oean tory cherishes for tim little, ones that I -sda-rd to s than hoe astitte ofl 1 p-aa ad lastrbetive. lltiear that i, d. hide. " Ch Storie fbr Itl tA. ys la"ý, I smoaýe r ,' i clear, large ty t and has one hund ad eighb e tiful wood outs. ' tItton fn 'ia pie and concise at and the subjects chosen are of;a nar t prove interat Ing to a young m ("Half a Yef at Bronohton," by M re 8ydney, is a story for boys and ,trell told and Is full of useful moral tr "Stories for Language Lessons," a tty book for I, beginners, if the wate 1 little eyes canl stray from the plotu with which it abounds long enough eoipher the words on the opposite pa CRABBa's HANDY EN PIDIA. This mine of useful and esoi l knowl g edge, in a condensed form, jblished Sby Messrs. Hurst & Co., 192 Nas san street, New York city. s hand a somely bound in brown clot id gilt, and is, amply illustrated. T useful I, book would be a valuable ion to any library, comprising as it d short essays on scientifcl subjects, ih as astronomy, botany and natural (t ory, r besides containing deliaitions oftords I and things connected with all ,htprts and sciences. It is especially I4td*ed to the use of schools and students,indd we take pleasure in recommending uis useful work to our friends and patr(t. The judgment. of the District Cofd in the case of Wells, charged with tl killing of Mrs. Rounds, has been affiri ed by the Supreme Court, and the aso onsed will serve, a life t.rm in the p.'ni tentiary. That of the casr of Jake Shieldhis has also been afflirnmed, and the lhwkless Jake will have fifteen years of pdinal servitude, At his first trial Shields was ,sentenced for twelve years, but he wasn't satisfied, and having ob tained a new trial reaped an addition of three years. This notion of the Su preme Court will save our parish a great deal of expense, and with the good peo pie of our community we rejoice that the end has comne and the Court relieved of furth.r investigation of the horrible details which environ both cases. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic regulates the Liver. Buy your Christmas Candies from L. Litty, and be happy. Sir John Pepys Lister Kaye, in the name of the English Baronet who lately married Miss Isnaga,ofConcordia Parish. The distinguished couple passed Vicke burg the other day on their way to the lady's plantation. There b Nothing Like it. The falling powers of digestion, dseamilation. eecretion and excretion, are restored to perma nent health, strength and activity, by using Brown's Iron Bitters-a true tonic! a perfect strengthener! a sure reviver! To Te: PUBLIC-I have my candy de pot again at L. Litty's, corner Third anid Laurel streets. SANTA CLAUS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Chills and Fever. * Tribute of Respect. Hall of Pelican Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1I Baton Rouge, La., Dec. If, 1881l. Whereas, at the regular meeting of this com pany the undersigned were appointed to draft suitable resolutions; therefore be it Resolved, That in the death of our lato com rade, ALBER'I F. JOLLY, this company has lost a useful member, who served it faithfully as an active fireman, both as ofilcor and private, for seven years, until dlisabled by his last illness. Resolved, That we mourn his loas as a friend, as well as comrade, and we tender to his be reaved famlily and relatives our deepeot sym pathy. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be furnished to the family of our deceased comrade and also for publcat lion. L. S. WS. NEY, T. L. GRANARY, Committee. LEON BILOCK. BEEP! VEiL! MITTON! I. PUJOL TAKES PLEASURE IN CALLING THE a ttoention of his frimds andl the public, gen. orally to thel fact that he his recen ly-purchased a number of stallfed Beeves and Sheep, and will habo on Sale at his stall in the ma, ket the finest Meat the market affords, at the most rfe'l)nablle pr ice. POSTPONED SHERIFF'S SALE. 'A'fATE O!" LOUIISIANA, SEVENTEF4N'I'I ,lJudicial District Court, parish of Pat jIa ton Rouge. Thompson J. Bird, Adunaistrator, vs. (George It. Craft, Number iT).' IEv virtue ofit writof teaiuro and sale inssued in tfutLilbove entitled and ullmbolrr cause and to use diibted fron too Honorablo Court aforesaid, holden in and for the said parish and State, I have seized and will eiorse to public sale, in front of the Court House door of said parish, on Naturday, the 7th day of January A. D., 1i8I, between the hours of eleven o'clook A. N., and four o'clock P. M.. of said day, all the right, title, interest asi claim of the defendant, George B. Craft, in and to the following describ. edel moC e property, to-wit: "&A. tiact of land in the parish of East Bator BRoug known as the 'Npwell Place,' contaiinag afout seven hundred acres, with the improvements thereon, bounded north by lands of Mrs. Cole, east by Thom Devall and south by lands of Sale and Poey and being the same tfc~t of land purchased y the .present owner, eorge . Craft from J e O. Fuqua, deceas eul. recorded in book namber , folio 240, Nota rial Acts of this parish." Seised to pay and satisfy the amount of judg. ment, interest and costa olatted in the above entitled and numberl ed ase. TERMS OF SALE-On a credit of twelve pnths for whatever the property will bring, rroseer to mrnish a twelve tmoatll' bond with ood and sufflicient esurity, bearing eight er cent interest per annum fom te pecial morta(tg with vendor's privilege retaed on on the property sold, until inal ment. J. W. BTS Sheriff. TN ORDER TO DOX80M RPAIRING AND aPl Igin my atr and tomake room for la sto o s for the Holidays, I w ll' 8 v fl-PATID ClOocks, smoe .2 v-4xe30, inladwelo t flah, em. JOEN JOHNSON. WANT THB PURL'IC TO UNDERSTAND' Ithat I donotpIdle my Oysters arond town, deessrs are 0 Qon~ ?I-sal-rr 9Za c Ilk Make it a point. dear reader, to inspoot one of the 'LNEST A8SORTMeNTS of GtROCERIE Ever brought to this portion of our country. Especial attention is called to the fine line of CHRISTMAS GOODS I Choice Oran ge, Fige and Bansa, Cholee Malaga Granes and Raisins Fine assortment of Frech Candles. Excellent Mince Meaost, Atmore's oeoerhted. All kinds of Nuts. Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, Pecans and Peanuts. We have the celebrated Gates' Prepared PBekwheat Flour. It Never Falls I 8ARDINES-American and best Imported. e Yardnall Brothers' Extraeta, all Flavors. Iresh Canned Goods I Golden Dragon FIRE CRACKERS. PiE WINES AND LIQUORS! A large and varied assortment: ST. , HAUT SANDURN '1 ( ' ION NIRISTTIERI S H3E1 DURKH[MRB PORT TINE MUtOAT MAD A ANGELIA CHAMPAGNE., ' 8 CHAMPAGNE COGNAC, FINE AC.VIEUX CLBIECI&R BRIER PINE OLD COGNAC, FINE IFORNIA COGNAC BRANDY, BIURBON WHI'KY, LD RYE WHISKY, F OLDI IRIiSH WHISKY, ROCK CA Y. ad PURE RYE WHISKY, Supers LAOKBERKY BRANDIES Fr d Dmestio CORDIALS. Guti ' Extra Sour PORTER, one' 8 arkling ALE, Spi [ILWAUKEE BEER, L a ST. LOUI BEER, `dios, fne line of eolee wrs and Tobseeo. AT WiNG'S 4 pTO A.LE VY Main S eet, BATON ROWE, LA. And look at the\ BAR GA NS He offers in I , Tbheo you cau get ' B 3 Button Kid Gloves, very good........... 3-Hutton K d Gloiis,thebemtt.......... , .-Bntton Alexander Kid Gloves, for genta French C. P. Corets ...................-. An Al Corset, worth $1.2................. Lace Handkerchife. from ............ Lace Scarfs, black and cream silk........ Ia Silk Scarfe............................ Ladies' Collars, Lace, Linen and PeralodelO Fine Rolled Gold Breast Pinsh.............1 Pine Boiled Gold Bracelets.............51.50 Fine Celluloid 1celeta .................50o And a lot of Fancy Ar ticles too numerousto menion, sueh -Embroider. tee, Iaces of all sort, PatentTorohon, Ruslas, Venittan La edoc, York, Blank and Cream Spanlsb.sh Tmmingr, St, Cornation and croohet Brsaids Invlible Hair Net Rachaing, Petamers, Bdts, etc,, eto, IN TB SHOE IHE! 15s-Button Iss Bernmubardt'e at.......... lO.ButtoaMrI.d IuSDnti '5o s at'..... 3I0 Damb' f lh mf;at ·s IIIY S ! - tani one cheer ore roi t µ, ' once a year eoi i #4u stocaings '.1 to the b im. beim hPe ofmy presents cee a w- here they will remain uibtai r Now, tell your parents, Little Folks, that I wile, bg - until Christmas, and all bp pleased to see you, one and itaii time. Your well wLern ' r ris Kringle Santa :I. Baton Rouge, La., December, 1881. IU TIA! IP CKETS ONLY TICKET8 ONLY It Eaton ou eDEC 4t Croeat South C Huseum and' Menagerie. Facts Speak Louder Than Wo s. In a Series of Pleailug, Bewildering, Startling and Wonderful Per"h Every Act represented by acknowledged Championa Performing LIONS and Oub, PerformingDo Trained Ponies, Eduatt d Buffalo, Mimiei MInkM I GaPLYsW" fBZWATOR aorCE, JIrIu Y HlOrPPIitE BIIIT|B OE. - '. I18 E 18ER for nlan teb Street, the Perilous Boleon Anoonslon. Th, Byetole Race. The, Elardo .jaIgh Wire aet--]PREE SHOWS! KRIS KRINGLE ! KRIS KRINGLE I KRIS KRINGLE I OH. ME! i lo eHi to 0 him ? UN FOR THE CHIlDREN I Wonders Too ' Amnaement r? I m OL KRIS KRINGLI everybody to st*, and admite SChli r. ....iGelo Orgos ,o for tMo w oottsk JOSEPH LARGIUIEI, (Established in 1849.) DEALER IN Forelg& Doinutic HOUBF~U~BEN 9 4 iOD8ý Aoricpurl IwaplPements E aokl. 1suuf.v oer' sad Coopers' Toole, Oils, Glass, Piet,· I CORNER OF TIU RD AND FL ORIDA EREEF; DRUC 8TRýe (Estabushed in iO. 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