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SUB5KcRIPTION-Three Dollars and ilty cent. per as
ma., If paid ia advasJei Five DoUsers per ammu, f unot
aid is advance.
SINGOL COPIES-Tea Cents.
TvasIIIse Norlcs.-G-(ientlemen desiring to be an.
nounced as candidates fur office--or such desire is
eapressed through friend-must accuIIpany it with
the usual and regular fee of $li.
Iaturday, 3rauary Se 1868.
c7" The Members of the DEMOCRATIC(
CENTRAL COMMITTEE of the parish of Ib
erville, are requested to meet an the Couat-house
in Plaquemine, on Saturday the 4th day of Feb
ruary next, at 12 oclock M , to adopt measures
to secure the election of four Delegates to repre
sent Iberville in the State Convention, ou the
:th day of March next.
R. C'. DOWNES, Pre.'t.
Central Committee of lbervdl e.
Plaquemine, Jan. 28, 8Iti0.
JiA On Thursday the first batch of
Jurors was dismissed far the term, conse
quently a new roll will be called on Monday,
when the criminal business will commence.
a..The press of nlew advertisements
at a late hour cotmpels us to fore-g the
publication of our usual synopsis ,if late
news. Our latest es from Wasahintg
ton are ul) to the 5ith. ott which tlda
there was another ballot for Speaker,
with this result-Sheruan, 103; ioc wk,
67; Smith of N. York, 26; scattering,
33; necessary to a choice, 10s .... .Jcalf
was before the Exawining Countmittee;
Giddings had beetn sulmmoned to ap
pear; other abolition witnesse s sttlen
aed, had taken the underground Rlail
road for Canada.
aIgWe have barely the time to do
more than call attention to the advertisement
of Mr. CarPMxA, of whose invention report
speaks most favorably as a great economiser.
1 .We solicit attention to the adver
tisement of HUIa.r Moona, whose new stock
of Mir has doubtless arrived. Also to the
"advuein ,a roll of bank notes found."
Ie wax a leroll I
aW A correegpo rnh thi tMra,
writing boan Bat.a Doung, eatas that DR.
oum wa Ia that city, with 35,000 copies
eof Shngha' tly to Jee DBlack. A
gsusleass weight to sarrJg out ia this
Sai, we sheald think-or a sickly rrad, if
be wvi eharged.
Ouw Juar RIroar--We took occa
atom n Thursday to solicit access to the Re
port of the Grand Jury, expecting to find
sme ism lateresming to our readers, but we
Mied t very brief and entirely barren of in
tesL. ?be Court ho I recommended to
nbe epaired, also t il, and safer means
advisd t be provided and observed in refer
ea to the better security of prisoners.
Ta. Fa.ixxu.r BANEa.--We observe
that Dmntum A Co. have again extended the
dimsemsion of their bamuer, making it one of
the I:oadwmset standards in the State in the
tppagmphke or arnalastic lime. Old friend.
shipsbeo If mething ese prompts am to ex
d1. 'Leq gmy It wavet"
Tun Lam.i-xu.--Our Legislatare
apposes to be goig to work with-~ enrest
mes and saidIy tbhat must be highly gra.
tifying to the pople gmenerally. We notice a
berof mew sad Importnt bills. We have
nfrI j~ws for its p of proceed
of--eurld be of no
hlllleller rede. r 1. trust that after
i week we shmall have a letter regularly
frbma tLhe capital, giving a synopsis of whet
hes Lu dom the week previous. We per.
aeelve thalr. ames has liven gotice of a
M beles Bayest Plaquemlise.
WATho Caoier of the 25th inet., as
will be moUod elewhere it. o day's paper,
plishes a card ofl th ete ~etive Com
aithes, appelating the March next, t
hte 3oeg as the time and place for hold
leg l Smas Ceaenttia, to appoint delegates
to tle Chari(tes Coventioa. It is time then
that ear Parish rIeutive Committee was
mealg is the matter, alling for the election
eo deblss to peseat Ilberville.
It will e raticed above theSesaIl is made
s a meetinag of the Esecudvn Committee of
th parih, to provido for thealectioa of Del
I'Dring the year 1869, seventy
aime thousand thre hanudred and twenty
two emigrats arrived in New York.
This number is sven hundred and thir
ty-three greater then the arrivals in
Tar Lir Maearsuurr Swear--Cath
arlas, an aiesetnogree, known as Old
Mother Boetoe, died in Boeton, recently,
at th .atre egqe sfpo* hundred and
.giusatt J ws hwao a slave,
mEipp o the Masm.
sb m e4. Anam
THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION.
Our obliging Representatives have set us
a number of Reports of the dfferent sepert
meats of State, each of which doubtless is
suBcitly interesting-or abounds in matter
of su flent interest to the public-to warrant
at least a review by us, if we can find time
among our multifarious duties (not to include
the service we are called upon at present to
perform for the public as Juror) to appropri
ate to this matter. We will make a com
sencement, however, by taking up that Re
port which treats of the subject most interest
ing to the public, or which merits the first
'The IReport of the Superintendent of Edu
cation is one tC1a1t really merits a much more
extended uot c- than our limits will permit,
or our capacities a ill º1 ow-as the cause of
Education should stand foremost and over
shadow all others in the minds of a free or
self-governed people. Without a pretty tho
rough dissemination of the blessings of Edu
cation in a Governumet lihke ours, we stand
in need of the surest and most lasting pillar
necesstay in its structure; consequently, the
people and the people's representatives should
spare no exertions or expense in the carrying
out or accomplishir'g a work ul such impor
tance-ever keeping it in mind until it is fully
tinished, until there is a unanimous approval
of it in all its parts.
The report alluded to, including the reports
from the New Orh ans schools and from the
Treasurers of the various Parishes, is very
volumiuous, and the suggestions of Mr. H11M
ILTos, and his remarks upon this subject, are
highly creditab:e and deserving of attention,
and of great interest to all who desire to see
the cause of Education Sourish in Louisiana.
The Superintendent commences by saying
that he has apportioned among the several
parishes of the State the sum of $374,889 20,
which leaves a balance on hand to the credit
of the Puolic School Fund of $1,120 46. The
number of educable children ii, the State urn
der the enumeration of last year, amounts to
95,851, being an increase of 19,343 over that
of 1857. lie is oprised to the law of the Le.
gislature allowing Parish Treasurers 2J per
cent as their fee for selling the Schovl Lands,
as he conceives it a violation of the Act of
Congress, donating said lands to the State for
school purposes. lie recommends the publica.
tion of a Journal of Education at the Deaf
and Dumb Asylum.; suggests the increase of
the Superintendent's salary, and that he be
required to visit every pariah and to give lec
tures on the subject of education. He urges
the revival oi Parish Superintendents; he I
advises that the Parish School Directors cowa
pel the citizens of each District to bui
suitable sebool-house as t ce
said district as
spyswtelt htproper teachers.
The late 8superim dent cncludes by saying
that the whole sehool system is defective and
wants remodeling. He asks the reader if his
or his neighbor's children have been benefited
by the large appropriations annually made in
the same portions of the State to advance the
cause of learning ? For one, we can answer
that we perceive very little good resulting
from such appropriations.
In the Report annexed of our Treasurer,
it is stated that there are but three districts
in this parish in which public schools are
held, and that in thoe districts there are 96
scholars attending asd141 ntenattending l
We regret to say, on an examination of the
reports from the other parishes of the State
that Ibervile is behind them all we believe,
without aI Mgle exception, in the number of
schools in operation and scholars in atten
danee, *hile there are not five parishes that
coatritate more or as much as our parish to
wards the Public School Fond. There is some
great error or had management some where.
The people of Iberville owe it to themselves
to examine how it is, in connectie. with this
subject of Public Education, that so much
money is spast to so little advaotae.
DAxGsI AProsAcRmN--Wha Shall be
ne t-We learn from several seerees that
Bsyou Srre! is blocked up to its mieth by
the drift wood which enters Bayou Plaque.
minse-that the beck water which this raft
causes is running over the lsvee a little below
the Park on Grand River-and that naviga.
tion to the Attakapes in this directiona Is en
tirely suspended. We are assred as the he.
;ief of those from whom we derive this infer
mation that if this state of things contioues a
few days loeer without say attempt being
made to remedy it, that te mraft will have
grown'to such magnitade as to defy any ordi
nary attempt ta remove it; and nconsequently
the increased packing of the drft will contin
ue higher op, until the Bayou Plaqunimise is
made to Overflow and submerge the fine sugar
plantations that line its left bank. Is it b be
supposed that such threatening destruction
involviagt the ruin of some o of our worthiesi
citisens-will he viewed calmly, or without
an effort to avert It It is a mastt:r that as
suredlg calls for prompt and erFetive service
oa the part of our Legislatra, mr in msession.
The drift mut be stopped by ome mes, or
the way eleared for i pas threegh, ether
win ime most serises dillmeltie may be sti
cipted, as well as great destretio to pe
agBy olcial announcement, the peo
pe of the United States, eitherindivid
"aiy or by associationr, are respectful
iy requested to take up collections
throughots the Union, on the 99 of
Febr naext, in aid of the Washlag
son 10~fml Yoam·.nt
T s CHUaca PouT Danlx--In another
column will be found the Ordinance of the
Police Jury, passed August 9th, 1685, estab
lishing a Common Drain through the point of
land on the Mississippi river sailed "Charch
Point." This Ordinance (the repeblicatioe
of which at this time will doubtless be inter
esting to many of our readers) was passed by
the Police Jury to carry into effect the action
of the State upon the same subject, which had
been taken on the petition of the inhabitants
of the lands to be drained. It will be observ
ed that the Commissioners appointed under
the Ordinance have full power and authority
to do every thing necessary toaccomplish the
object desired; and that they may levy tales
to meet the expense, however great that ex
pense may be.
It is said by well informed citiaens that the
work contemplated is of the utmost inmpor
tauce, and .that the plan is the only one by
which the lands on and near the "Church
Point" can be drained. The planters inter.
ested look with much concern for the keport
required of the Couwisessoners, by the leso,
lution paesel at the last ecsbion of the Police
Tie LaTIC Expason or Moaocco.--The
late . Emperuor Muley Abberrham, was
born. 1718, and consequently, at the
time of his decease was $L years old.
WAhen his f.ther died in 1y4. his uncle,
bay force, took possssiin of the throne,
and held it during his lifetinue, dying in
1k22. He was a tyrant of the uuost fe
rocious nature, establishing capital pun
ishimelts and the torture, which, before
hiis time, were unknown. As often as
he IImounted his horse, and as soon as he
was finally seated in the saddle, it was
his habit to draw a pistol from the bol
ster and drive a bullet through the head
of the slave who had held the horse for
hint. His prkcipal pastime and partic
ular pleasure seemed to be in witnessing
the sufferings anld tortures which he
himself inflicted on his fellow beings.
He had one way of killing c.ptive
slaves which used to give him particu
lar satisfaction. He had a circular
wall built around a number of slaves
standing as close together as they could
possibly be made to, and as high as
their heads; then he would have the fa
ces of these poor wretches besneared
with honey, and attracted mlyriads of
flies, mnusquitoes and ot-her iInsects, and
finally caused their deaths after the
most lingering tortures. This was call
ed the qgailihlnent Lf the wall, and he
would niatriably le present to enjoy
the screa naand agonies of the suffering
slaves who ware dying by inches. Ie.
fore hiA vteth / v. rA that his
i hi, which be
r r at his death no fewer
svenv m. children; the oldest son,
Sidi Malommed, being fifty-six years of
age. He is a ma' of very energetic
character. Several of the Governors of
different provinces are his bitter ene
mies, and have sworn his dlownfall, and
many of the principal western tribes are
also disposed against him, so that it is
plain he has many difficulties to over
come before he will he allowed to reign
in peace and tranquility. [Translated
from the Swedish for the Alta Califor
THE EMPRESS' APARTMENTS AT THE TIIn
ntias.-A correspondent of the Indepen
dent Beige writes:
I had the go, d fortune to visit the
other day the private apartments of the
Empress at the Tuileries. Workmcn
had been engaged on them for two years,
during the absence of their Majesties.
These suits of roonms, which run in a
parallel line with time reception rooms on
the drawing room floor, consist of ante
chamber, a waiting room for the ladies
of honor, a saloon of audience, a private
room for her Majesty-that is to say,
the most retired and private rooms of
he suite. The Emperor, whose prefer
ence for the style of Ilouis XVI. is well
kiown, has desired her apartments in
question to be entirely decorated after
the fashion and taste of Marie Antoi
nette. M. Lefuel received orders to re
new the elegant ornamentation of Tria
non in this Parisian palace. Art and
industry have done marvels under his
uperintendence, so that we see again
he graceful arabesques, the rounded
tapering volutes, the exquisite garlands,
nd the fin carvings of the latter part
of the eighteenth century. All themod
els are uanique, and executed with ad
nirabhlicieety, from the door handles to
the chilaey pieces, the panels and
suares of glassu; andLe whole furni
tre, from the time-pieces to the tongs
in the fire-place, is in harmony wRhit this
style of decoration. The firet saloom, of
a pale green, is adorned with arabs
ques of a deeper tint. Medallionst
ten in thepanele,,nd within are birds,
bMy M. Appert. The prevailing
-dse second saloon is a rosy
.-*the arabesques are rose-colored.
Them comes the private saloon of the
Empress, the ground of which is like
wise of a very light green, sad the pan
eiihge of which contain the portraits of
her ladies of honor, painted by M. D)a
buffe; then her first withdrawing-room,
lined with green stl, on which are hmaj
valuabl pietres; the deer of this cabt
Sad the ext are of amarnth and
aiolader, set of by bhroses, gilt aid
gieLondon papers announce that the
-arq-i of Anglesee is going to marry
-s_. UllgaItly, and Mr. Bell is going
to get again. e recovered
10,000 damages, it wil be remember.
_, from the wihled marsqui-a m-.
TaE Govraxoa's rNAUGUrvL..-I our
supplement of to-day we give the fral State
paper emanating from our new Chief Magia.
trate, as also the address of the Lieut. over, I
er. Of the irst the DPt. sae-
It is a manly, sensible, decided matn
ifeeto. We have not time or space to
notice at length the various sentiments
so well expreased by the tGovernor, nort
is it necessary. The inaugural speaksr
for itself. There are no disguises, no
circumlocution or dubious expressions
in it. We can not, however, omit to
express our gratification at the distinct
and emphatic manner in which the Gyv
vernor has declared against the heresy of
Territorial Sovereignty, and his asser
tion of the right and duty of the Fede
ral Government to protect slave property
in the Territorios.
i Gen. Cass has given the Board of
Education of Detroit a lot of land, val
ued at $15,000, for a Union School
rT We are authorized to announce ADAM
BEATY of New Orleans. formerly of Lafoeurche,
as a candidate for the scat on the Supreme Bench
made vacant by the resignation of Judge tole.
Elect.on 20th February. Jan28
Arrivals at the thttle eouse.
For the wreek ending J.n. '7th.
C. E. Corwin, N. 0.; J. B. Woolfulk,
Grosse T'ete; Capt. Duplessis and s'vt.; 1
G. N. Hebert, Iberville; J. H. Johnston,
Rosedale; G. A. Seaver, N. ).; Robert
Mimns, Plaq.; Dr. Garrett, Grosse Tete;
;eo. M. Barnes, Miss.; H. T. Hays, N.
0.; F. A. Thompson, Ascension; M. Lan
dry, Ives' Mill: Wm. Garrett, S. C.; J.
H. lisley, Donaldsonville; ID. ID. Avery,
H. Rouge; J. D. Stuart, do.; G. Schlatre;
John i,. Slack, Grosse Tete; G. Ketch
u rn, do.; Jas. L. Cole, Iberville; Geo. S.
Lacey, N. 0.; P. M. Goodwin, wife and
tw, children; ;. C. Mathieu, Donaldson
ville; W. A. Cabiness, N. 0.; N. N. I)a
niels, G. River; E. R. Duncan and sv't.;
-Dwight Martin, N.O IH. J. Key, do.;
J. T. Wheat; A. Hart, N. 0.; Stephen
Allen, do.; J. V. Duralde, W. B. Rouge;
Philip B. Key, do.; W. I. Sparks, do.;
B. Barrow, do.; Julius Smith, Texza; A.
Mygatt, N. 0.; Dr. Castleton, East B.
Rouge; Dr. Marshall Pope and s'vt., do.
Wtas,. a .mall ROLL OF BANK
bwhied tshe ewan r can have by de
seril-ag the mese ad paying for this anounce
-est. F. N. BISSELL p
Ptlaqemine, Jan. 28, 1810. 2t a
DIMANCHE pasn a #ti trouod on petit pa
quet lde Bi!lets de Banque, que Ie pruprid- I
tasire peut re prouver en donnant one description f
den Billets et en payoat pour I'avertisvement.
ijn28-t F. N. BISSELL.
HE UNDERSIGNED give notice that the
hAm of GLASER & HIPPLER will be
dissolved on the first day of February next.
Persons indebted to us are requested to call and
settle berore that time
GLASER & HIPPLER.
Plaquemine, January 28th. 186I0.
>0 No. 1 sIt .a8r .
TilIE undersigned is expecting to arrive every (
Shour--S No. I
-oy amn ims rI and I
which he will dispon of on his usual accommo
dating terms. Planters and others would do well
to give h.m an early call.
jan28 H. E. MOOLE.
Wasuingteun Fire Ce. Ne- 1.
S- _The officers and members of this J
Co., are hereby notified to attend the d
reular meeonthly meeting to convene
at H. Leblane's Hall, on Satuiday, 28th inst., at -
half past .even o'clock, P. M.
Punctual attendance is requested.
ijuan28 AUBREY BEVIN, Secr'y,
see 1 Lameasiua-*kPa.eh aS Iber
Wl1oe, lxtlh Destrtls CMvs.
George Mi. Barns, Exr. of Sedley
M. Lynch vs. Henry and Louis
dRae f Btfet a PartttesU .
BY virtue of an order or decree to me di
rected from the Hen. the Sixth District d
Cuortof the tate of Louisiana in nd for the
prisob of Ibernille, issued in the above enti
tied and numbered ause, bearing date the
36th day of January, A. D. 180,1I willer
at pubie sale to the hIghest and est bidder,
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1860,
at 11 o'clock A. N, the property hereinafter
desribed, held is common and belonging to
Spartnership which existed between ted
ey M. Lynch, dmor sd, rand Henry and Louis
theky, Jr., wlaisp known
nud.r the style o Dueobry & Co, I,
1st. A Tract of Land LW Plert~tio, etab
libhed and cultivated a a PSager Estate, situ
-, in the perish of Ibervlle, on the right (
bek of the river Misisippi, mesuring aine I
apeets and one half of an pent more or
Iera in front on the river, hIy.ity six ar
-eate- r m or or least dth, ite te opeilg
thereat bselesgig which gives the aid
tract a seperloie f sbout nine hendred ar- I
pants, be the acme rm or r l the up- .
per part of the plSatetion Lybeleaging
to Mrs. Whitall iwerde, and know. as
the Ire Pleatatte, agreeably to the plea d
s ey aend bedlvisln theref made by the
Meer Henry and Willeam . Waller, rsue
eyor, ASc, on the th day of Nevmbeer,~
16T, whieb is deignated i the said plaa of
aJd mdivi as loet Na. 1, and is
-sued a e by ~llis to am -
_argut Dardm,,, , of AI . H g i -
,a , s ,sat by the th.r pr l'a f I
.aid Inea Pl tie, designated a said pr i
fat WilmEm u eiw cdassd and mere-# 4
eer, atrip of ld of setr a ridthC ad .
aed N a rs. nee In agto e hetahe i iem
- etre. 3,he s mid glla h s d thtes e *
wa d w as riae ght gf .mla e#se (
the rear of tot No. 2, as the whole is specided
in an instrument under private signature be
tween the late Joseph E. Whitall and William
E. Edwards, former owners of the said Irion
Plantation, under date of the 10th of April,
1980, which instrument is duly recorded in
the Recorder's office of this parish. The said
tract of land or plantation, together with all
the buildings, improvements, houses, sugar
house, lteam engine, sugar mill, negro cabins,
stables, kc., and all utensils and apparatus for
making sugar, and all the rights, privileges
and appurtenances belonging to said planta
tion, and all the seed cane now in mats on
The following SLAVES, to wit:
Frank Heard, crippled in the band, aged 60
years; Black Bob, aged 26 years; Manuel 33
years; Temnpe 33; Lydie 16; Eliza 12; Jni, 1
68; James 32, Anne 25 vears; Monroe 27; Mli'l)
30 (prolapsis of the womb;) Kenty Bob 43
(sickly;) Bobee 31 (sickly;) Mitty 33; Cynthia
43; Mariana 13 years; Harry 8; Cherry 43;
Willis (mooni blind) aged 23 years; Viney (sick.
Iv) aged 35 years; Robert 44; Laura 41 years;
Cloe (asthnmatle) aged 15 years; W:luon II
years; Allan 22 (ruptured,) Austin 30 (sickly;)
Minerva aged 30 (sickly;) Jane 33 (sickly;)
Big Lavinia 44 years; Little Lavinia 38 years;
Biney 17 years; Adan: 13 years; Lewis 48 years
(sore leet;) Grace 42 (,we!ling of the feet) MS.
nerva 11 years; Joe 12 years; Sckey 23 years;
Daniel 55 years; Aaaron 14 years; Hen 25 y'rs;
Little Daniel 20 years; Peter 45 (sore leg,:)
Hannah 34 (sickly;) Amy 15 years; Phill 28
years; Smith 15 years; Jrff 21 years; Addlison
21; Talbot 22; Claiborn 48 [hadly raptured;]
Louisa 28; Ella 8; Sarah 24; Fleury 25 years
[prolapida of the w:nib;] Nathan 11 years;
I'Pay 11 years; Polly C. 36 year-; James Hick
19 yeare; Caroline 18 [prolapsis of the womb;]
John Morris 40 years [sore legs;] Monday 34;
George 21 years; Moaning 36 years [sickly:]
Polly T41; Edward 16; Aggy 7 years; Charles
22 [sickly;] Robin 41, a.ckly; Cicero 46 [sick.,
ly;] Bobb 56 years; Caesar 30 year.; Polly 7
years; Ellen 8 years; Little Lavinia's children,
Sam aged 5* years, Marcus 3j years-Jane's
children, Dephna aged 5 years 2 onnths.
Milly 2* years and an infant 6 montha-Sa
rali'. children, Joshua aged 5 years and one
month, MLonroe 3years 3 monlhs, and Comet I
year 3 monithe-Ann's children, Hletle aged 4
years and an infant 2 months-Suckey's chil
dren, Lucy 4 years, Lewis 2 years and 6
months, and an infant 7 mouths-Grace's chil.
dren, Nannie aged 5f years, Viney, 3} years
and Prince I year-Laura's children, Louisa 4
years and William Clinton 21 months--Milly'
children, Sarah Ann aged 2 years 2 r onths
and an infant 9 days-Caroline's child Juli
enne 2 )ears and 2 months-Mitty's cll.ld
Judy years andi I month--Mlnerva'. child,
Frances Aim 2 years and I month--Loiisa'
child, Mose. aged 2 years, and Moaning's child
a boy 17 months.
A quantity of moveable property con-isting
in Mules, Horses, Work Oxen, Cows and
Calves, Hogs, Ploug hd pe e r' andl Iack
smith Tops, Plasbt Toeuo, Hdw, &a.;
beame 1SblebAsh~ . Cuoe-all fully deer
ed tlahe nveatory of said property, from ar
sit 62 to 67.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
The -sm of forty thousand dollars cash on
the day of sale; and the balance of the price
payable in three equal annual instalmt-llb at
one, two and three years credit from the day of
sale-the purchaser to furnish his note in cuu
,sns to the heirs and the parties, payable at the
Citizens' Bank at New Orleans, sad to bear
interest at the rate of 6 per ccent per annum
from das* till paid, and secured by lourtigge
on the property sold, and that the irst ol said
sotes falling due, shall be secured by one good
and solvent endorser.
The whole of said properly to be sold in
Sae ton take place on the premi.es.
TIIEODORE BLANCHARD, Sheriff.
Sherir'Ps O ice, Jan. 27t, 1860.
Etat de Ia Louisiaae-F-roimse d'Iberville
Cour de Sizieme Distrit.
George 1M. Barns Exr. of Sedley
M. Lynch vs. Henry et Louis
Past.e pejW fectaser un
E N velrt d'sa ordre ou decret i moi adresie
iper l'Hum'ble Cor de Simistue I).atrict
Judicisire en et poor la paroisse d'lberville,
dens Ia cause ci-dessus inti'alee et uumniroiee,
en date de 26 courant, J'ezpoeersi eo vente
publique as plus oraut et drmmer eacbirt
SAMEDI le 3 MARS proa.ia,
1860, & II luuren, A. M., lea proprietes ci
.aprd de rites, appartlenart conjinumar - Is
societ6 qai exietait entre fee Sedley M. Lyneh
et Henry ct Lewis Desobry, laquelie societe
etait enoncu aon Ie nom et itre die Desobry
& C,., savoir:
Une certaine Habitation etablie et eultive
en secrn sitee dana Ia peroisse d'Iberville aur
a rive droite du keove Miuisiippi, maursnt
merf arpeas et demie de face plus ou monsasu
dit fleee, er soisanle uix arpeno plus ou mormas
d profoodeur, avec I'eolertsre des ignea, don,.
mat one asupericie de neuf cents arpenta plea
on maiins. aivant le pla d'arpentsge et d, di
tiis do I'Hablation Irion, fait par MM.
aesy a William O. Waller, arpeatenrs, I 26
Nm bre 1847, a designee icr le plan omme
lot No. I-burnire en haut per terre apparte
nant & Mme. Margaret Dardenne, Veuve d
Jloha A. HaWae deeide, a eon Ia par I'hsbita
ion appsorlenant & Is •uccesion de fee Wil.
liam E. Edward. Plus, ell e cacuonpo.ed'une
liidre de terre de cinaqaste pieds de large ser
enviruo die arpeat de Iongear qui doll dtre
pirie ear Ise ot No. 3 apporteuant & ia maucc
ale dh dit fee W. w. Edwerr et dierit ear
• pla eusume a'tdondnt de point F ea point
G, ave n rtsain droit d'i'goat & travers a
prefodear de dit hot No. 2, sisique I Soot eat
apicih dans an ece sous seign pric pea*e
eatre Edwards It Whitlehlall 10 Awil 1850,
leoels eat e enregisatre as herea du Recr.
der d elte paroisee. nemble tobates leks
Detioes et Amelioratine, MNaises ecrerio,
bMachi & Vapear t Molia i& 8ucre, et tos
le apparesla & faire le recre, et tos lea de~si
privulige circonstneas qui depedeant de Is
Los ENCLAVES suaiseta:
Fmrak Heard, (nel & la main agl de 60 a;
Black Bh,rge de o su; Maasuel age de 33
sm; Tempe de Is a.*; Lydie de S16 as; Eli,5
do 1aeu; Jcill de 18 an Jame ude a2 ans;
Aa de I16 I Maroe de 97 an.; Milly de o
aea (aSigic~'5 matrice.) Keely Bob do 43
(maladitf;,) s dei am e (maledi) Mitty do
33 gs; ynblis de 483a; Maruas de II el ;
Harry de 8 sass dC lanse Willis
(.auo MIed L~ L. ; Viov y (.,laiv)
agI de L seea; ade 44 Ie; Laura
agie do 4 I s;as l a i a(atimati
es hJrale;J Ashia dole I0 am maledif;] Mis
imv do se j wdi :]a Sae do 3 ass
[ m i ia Ia ,ig , de 4a ,s; Lit.le It.
% . • 5
vinia . 38 ans; Bin.e de 17 ans; Adm de 1If
ans; Le % "de 465 ans[mal au pied-;] Gracede
42 ns [ma aux jambes;] Minerva de II see;
Joede 12 ans; Sucky de 20 anr; I)aniel de 56
sis; Aaron de 14 ans; Ben de 16 ails; Little
Daniel de 20 an-; Peter de 45 ans [ayant real
aux jambes;] Hannah de 34 nes Imaladive:j
Amy de 16 ans; Phil de 28 ans; Smith do 1l
ans; Jeffde 21 ani; Addison de 21 ans;Talbot
de 22 ans; Claiborn de 48 anis [ffhige d'ias
'ernse;] Louisa de 28 ant; Ell. de 8 an; S%.,
r.h de 24 an*; Fleury d8 25 srsn [ffl lgee de is
matrics:J Nathan de 11 ans; Pate de 11 an..
Polly de 36 ant; James Hick de 19 an.; Car.
oline de 18 ans (afligee de Ia mutrice;j John
Morris de 40 ans [mal aux jambib.;] Mona7
de 34 ant; G. orge de 21 an.; Moaning de 31
ane [maladive;] Fully T. de 41; Edwards de 16
ans; Agy de 7 anv; Charles do 22 ans ~nrala.
dif;] Robin de 41 ans jnaladif;j] Cleru de 46
an. [maladif:j Bubb de 56 ans; C'aie..r de 30
an.; Polly de 7 ant; Ellen de 8 ans-les eo.
fans de Little Laviuia, Saim age de 6 112 am,
Marcus de 3 112 ans-les enfans de J.L
Daphne age de 5 ans et 2 enois, Mill7 age d
2 sais et tn enfant de six nioit-les enfaas
de Sarah, Juiahua ag6 de 5 ans et I moi, MNon.
roe age de 3 anis et 3 mois, Comet age d'on as
et 3 mo's--lea enfans de Ann, hattie de 4 ase
Pt un enfant de 2 mois-lea etansa de Sackey,
Lucy de 4 ans; Lewis de 2 ans et 5 moie at
un enfant de 7 nois--Se. etlilatis de Grace Nm.
:ie, agee de 5 i12 anvi; Vney de 3 112 ans el
Prince d'un an--lea eonfans ac Laura Louisa,
age de 4 ans et William Clinton de 21 moi-.
leas enf4s de Milly, Sarah Ann ages de deat
anvs et deuz inmis oet on enfant de 9 jours.-..
L'enfant de Caroline, Juliepne agie de S ass
et 2 moia. L'enlait de Mitty, Judy sage de I
anset ui moos. L 'efant de .li:terva, Frasce
Antl ager' de 2 avns et un mnois. L'enfani do
Louisa, Moses age 2 anv. L'enfant de Moss.
lig, oin garoitn de 17 niai-.
Une quiaintte de Mobtluier cunsistant on NMa
lets, Chevaux, Boeuls de tire, Vaches at leanm Ai
veaux, Coehont, Cuarruos, Outils de Car.
petite et Forge, etc.. It tout pleinement deerit
dans I'lnventaire des dites prupriathes e u atr.
ticles 52 et 67 inclusif.
La .omm' de quarante iluI.e pietres nuai Dvble
comptant lt jour de Is %eite et 4a i;a,.ue du
prix d'adjudicdtion payable en trois paienenst
gac*x et ainusels A partir dn jour de Ia vents.
L'acquereur fouruira -c_ builets en couponvs aux
heritera et iparlies inlere-r', pavyable, t Ih
Banque d de.7 l.tytenis I Nouivelle Orleans,
prtlalet ltirttr 3 ratilnl dti 8 poor cent par an
de ia dtie Jn qu'P ptrl.r paiieme,, assures per
lhypotheque apecialu souc le popritties ven.
Le paiemeo, du priuier Ii!!,t echeant sera
_astire, de plus. par un enJo...eur, olvable.
'l'oites sea dues prp,,ri ties carent vedaies
en bloc ur tls lueu.
THEO. IIL.ANC('IIAII), Sherif.
Paro--se d'lbervill_, .. 27 J n,.. 1860.
iUorfa L.osasxI 'se --
Jndicial Diwictr i
In the Matter of the
Swuemsdei of C. oWNe.Iaum.
PURSUANT to an order or decre of aet.
S granted by the lH,. the S Eth Disitric I
Court of said parish, in the above succession,
I, the undersigned curt ur of said estate, will
offer at public sale to the highest and last bid
MONDAY, 27th OF FEHR'ARY, 1860 4!
at 11 o'clock A. M., the following described
property, belonging to tie Succes'asu ol (has.
McManus, to wit:
A certain Tract of Laud lying and situatedl
in the parish of Iberville, on the East bank of
liayou NMaangouin, designated as being lot or
aection No. 21, in Townaship 8, Range 9 East,
and coistainiug o,,e hundredl and seventy-twe
86-100 acres more or lees, as Ier patent 814, ".
together with all the bulvddings and improve
niment thereon, boundrd above by lands of
SaIu'l. Dougherty and below by lands of As
drew nlodge's heirs.
2d. And a quant.ty of Moveable effect, Ac.,
consisting in a cows and calves and the brand,
20 hogs, 1 horse cart, 1 horse, 1 mate and $
colts. and a lot of curu.
Terms of Sale-Cshlr on the spot.
Sale tu take pIce oln the piremiie,. .
ADULI'IIE GRANS, Curator.
Parish of Iberville, Jan. t2, 1860. jan36
MTat do Ia Loaistaa--Parolsae d'I vile"
Coat da Gme District.
Dans la Succession pde feu Chaurles
-` vertu d'un ordre ict- vente lanced par ts
Cour de 6emr. Dit icatde ceate ptroaise,
,iIas la suee,-ion sudlite, Je tiuntuloige curs
trur d* Is dit, succession, olffriri en vtea
publique au plus haut ct dernier enchcrimsur,
LUNII, Ie 27 jmr ds' FFVRItIR,
1860, t 11 hearesia. m., les propri~tes sivai*.'*
tea appirtenant sl Is sucesIol do ku 'Clarlas
lo. Un certain mtorctas de terre, site6 a
-tte parolse, sour Ie cote Et du Bayou Mar.
angouin, ,tangt he lot ou section No. 21, Town.
hip No. 8, Range 9 Es. et contenmant enat
soixanle douze sires it 86-100 plus ou moui s,
elon patente No. 814, elasemble avec toout
its Bititaes et Ameliorations qui m'y trovent,
borve par ea bast anu terre de Sm'l. DUogh.b
Crty, ct en baa sux terrs desheritier Hlodge.
So. CUne qusatti de Mobilirs coneaibtat
en trois Vaches et 2 Vesux; 20 Cocbosa I
Charnette a cheval; un Chevral: 1 J*sment oet
deux poolina, et Un lot de Mais.
Conditions de Ia vente, Comptant.
La vente a. fc. ra r let lieux.
ADOLPIIE GRAS~S, Carateur.
Paroiase d'lberville ce 26 Janvier, 1860.
TA. excelader" BEg....
ilHE Mttoite ofthe lugar Plauntersi reepot.
I. fully etted to the unesior advantlag. comn.
bisod in tija Prnaece, boib in princiglo sad me.
chaniest anlngement; the air to upport coan.
hoatio is hsated in its central hot air chamber,
fram whence it i distributed to all partrs of the
Fumace, where enteriig in small jets it readily
consrume the imcandeRent iegas.
.t thoroughly mixes and conumes allI the
-asses where the three exit Uses meet in the
meiing chamber ere rekhing the boilers. Thenre
is no grate of any kind ur ireoo works in its in.
Fnreu.o cen s e a t ay oesar withoe t
t-eppiag. In caew f mad the whole heat a he
turned of fmro the boilers at any momet.
its feed apphatne is so oeutructod that a0
cold sirsan get is, seither ean say heat or sparks
ol Ire a at the top, mthat u.thge i nodeas
rfo Are dn ir g a ioepertion.
It works up dilmret pIrineiples toar ether
Fum.aa i e.. Amesaiematiae of the pto,
**awiao, sa Zocikavtion will at os eo *
ia au sel# meLn thast it is- eaded o ~ li
Nly osnut pims .ipl .e.
s s of palest wistoheha
Foe fwrthe itrmsties pless addke trhe p
ete.A. J. CHAPMAN,
.,jat-.a at Bayoe 0ageg" Lts.