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Odt. 8. :t
T- WISH ,'to enter into a contract with
. responsilile. parties to furnish sme with
pine log suflcient to make five hundred
gords ofsplit wod, it.ma point on the lmiam
sisippi river, 90 milesaaboye'New Orleans.
SAddress, with lowqat te~rm~ s,
. , w. H. BALLARD,
Dec. A14t,. Doualdoon, I -
rlHE UNDERSIGNDD HAS JUST
I. received and offers for sale a F1IN1E
AND ClIOLCE LOT OF II~Irt PQO'A
TOES. Plantomand. others needing
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OF OURgTWCl 9 il be found
Joseph Roy ) N. 1298 and 1299.
vs. Ninth District Court,
T. H. J. Bowles) Parish of Bapides.
State of Louisiana.
DY VIRTUE of two writs of Fieri
Facias directed to me as Sheriff of
the above named Parish, from the Hon
orable the.Ninth District Coprt, Parishll
of Rapides, issued in the aboveoentitled
suits, I hav seiz'd and will, offer fpr
sale to the last and ;Aigpaet bldet, on
SATURDAY, the 6th day of ;FEBRU
ARY,; A. D., 1869,
between thle lfurs of 11 A. M. nid 4 P.
M.. on the premises of the Detfedant,
the aundivided one-half ofthe follwing
described property, seized as the prop
erty of the Defendant, to-wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land sit
Iuated in the.Parish of Rapides, 'on Ba
you .Cotile, bounded above by lands
belonging to Henry Boyce and Eetyte
,of Mrp. C. Dark, on the East, by lands
belonging to Blanchard and-Brother,
on the South by lands belonging- to the
.Estate of Neal Davidson, and on the
West by lands belonging to Mrs. C.
Dark, containing 600 acres, more or
less, with all the buildings and 'im
provements situated thereon :, Also:a
other tract of land, bounded on the
North by lands belonging to the Estate
of C. H. Blanchard and- H. Boyce, on
the East by lands belonging to H.
Boyce, on the- South and West by
lands belonging to, the Estate of F.
Henderson and H. Boyce, containing
500 acres, more or less, with all the ii
provements thereon, also
19 Males, ...
4 yokle eSosen,
15 head of stock cattle,
50 head of hogs,
4 plaittition wagons,
1 pair of timbrer wheels,
"10 sweeps, .
20 pairs of gearing,
'1 engine ti oiler, grist mill'i d cotton
in, farmn utensils,' househlold and
kitchen farnitdre. :I
TERMS Os SALE:--Cash; subjlect to
appraisement. . JOHN DELACEY,
Jan. 6, 1869-tds. heriff.
Printer's Fees $25.
John BDgan, Administrator
vs. No. 82.
John O. Gallagher.
Parish Court, Parish of Rapides, State
BY Virtue of air order of seizure and
Sale, directed to me as Sheriff of
itte above named Parish from the above
named Court issued in the :above en
titled suit. I have seized and will of
fer for sale at public auction on,
AT URDAY, the 6th.day of FEBRU
ARY A. .D. 1869.
between the hours of "11 A. M., and 4.
P. M.'at the Court House door in the
Town ofAleoanlria tije following de
scribed property, as commanded by
said writ- to-wit: A certaip tract or
pasrcelofland known as jot. No.11of
the plat 0f.,the 3Bogan Eset./containing
the qua4tity ofFiyve 71-100 acres, and
Situated about one mile lbe0low the
Town. of Alexandria.
-. TEars on SAZlt:--Oe hundred and
fifty dollars; bearing eight .pet cent in
terest from 'April- 1th; 1867 and costs
of Sale to, be paid in 'Cash on the spot,
and thebalance of tthe purchase money
to be paidon, thellthof April 1860, the
note bearing interest at eight per cent
from date, and secur.by vendors lien
and special mortgage retained on the
property sold. JOHN I DLACY..
Jan 6. '69 tds-Printer's fee $1i500.
. StCOESSION- SAIE.
Catherine Rowe et al. No. 24--Par
. sal Court, Far;
eoire of Reagan, i) of noo rp
For Partrition. " J" o "pe.
PUR UAýT TO AN ORDER IS.
sued fromi.the Honorable the Par
ish Court of the Parish of Rapidesr to
me directed,, ordering me to sell the
following prOperty,- therein namedr 'to
effect a partition, in accordance with a
deeree of masid Courts theease ofCath
erlne Rowe pt al. vs. HeirsL of Reagan,
I will proceed to sell at Publieo ;Ae
tien at the residence of the Plaintit in
the town of Pineville, on '
SATURDAY, the 0th day of PE3RUI
A tY, 1869,
betwen the legal hours, the fillowpg
described property, to-wit:
A'eertain tract of land in: tbhe Parish
of Rapides, on Hudsons Creek, abeut
10 .miles froms Pinevillo,. containing
about 640 acres. .
Ai certain piece or parcel of ground
'in tie village of Pineville, containing
nine arpents, with a commodious dwel
ling, store house and other improve
A lot of houeehold and kiMtehern fur
Contents of the store,
2 Horses, . .
1 Old Wagon. :,.
1 BUggy or Wago,.
12 Cons and eqla • .
1 WVheoolbarrow, ....
TaRs o Sa:i, :-CAR: in' Un 8.
No. Il 1.- ceesioe ofRobert . OIlynson,
Jr, for homologationta ,Tableau offebts
Wi ,ERP John :Corkes, Adninis
tratsr, lh5~ileeEa bldan difDebts
nf tbteiceeeion fb~,tC.ir Hynon, J+I
tNdtic t haereb givep te a'ltIt itrd0th
crc na *S, tot .'air , wittdftM5ten
dys f(rei the d )ite We , f the 'isaPe
should not be itrkovdd and omoloae
and the funds adatributed in sda ee
Jan 27- . : ' ..
Dn. L. Lucwrr. .
Parish Court,'Pa4lsh 6f-Rapfdes Stoate
PURSUANT to an order directed to
r me as Sheriff of the above: Parish
frols the abovo Court, issued, l the
above suit comtiepdtng me to sell for
the paymentof delfts, ppd for cash, the
prbpoerty 1ielna described, I will
offer for la tle t *t. last and highest
bidder, on' '-
Saiurday the oth day of Fobrry, A.
commenciri'at,1i o'clock a. m., on the
premises, the, following property be
longing to saiadshciession, via:
A certain cotton plantation situated
in the parish of Rapides on the left de
soending bank of- Red River about
twelvo mileafromAlexandria, bounded
on the North by 'the river, South by
the lands of t Ei ast. of Wiltia Bonner,
W. L. Sanford and Estt . of Imnis, of the
East by lands of the Eat. bf Mgrdor,
ýd on the West iy, blands of James B.
SIlliWvair. copstah)Wg .Iow acrese, More
or less, about: 800 acres of::whleh is
cleared, with all the improvements and
and stock thereon, onsisting in rt
of 16 'mules, soibn work` oxa,; t~w,
foe., o ,w.
s ons s~i ald, cAsa-nsnbjeet to ap
praimsmomQ .. " . .h " .,,
. JOHN DiLAYt, S;1wifl , `.
janG-tds---Printer's Fee $15 00.,.
" ER F .A ..AL
}dry and FphiSpyDjas .:
De.nis Snlivan- .N, .. ..
District Court Parish of Rasdes State
of -LoIsiana,a :
flY'VIR'tUE of a writ of r Ida
,. eias issued oiOf to oti 'Distil
Court, Parisl1ef Rapides, Stato of iou-:
isiana,. and to -sme addressed in the
above entitled suit; I have seised and
will offer for sale to the last and high
est bidder, o : -
Saturiday thqetl; da. of ebroar y A.
. , D. 1869,
between the jioirs of 1i o'clck a. m.,
4ind 4 p.. i., at' tho. Court House door
in the t fw of Aloxandria, the follow- .
ing described property cpiaed as the
property. of. the defendant, by special
ordr of said writ, to-wit:- -
Lots Nos. 2 and 3 in square No. 17,
in the-town of Alexandria,: fronting on
2d street and running 'through to 3dl
@treet bounded below by ;the street
first above the rail road, running brc
from the river, .fith ; al tIbP
and improvements situated thereon.
Terms of Sale-Cash, subjeot to ap
Jan-tdas-;-Prlttet Fep, $150,0.
Succession of . No.
Edward Johnson, e,.n , 4',.
Parias a t. of Rapider .4 . , State
DURSUANT to an order ,o Sale is
I sued from the above named Court
in the above entitled and number sait
ain'd addressed to, mi s 'Sheriff of the
above naihed" Parish eOmniandjng me
to sell for the payment of Debts the
property Ibrelnafter described I will
offeir for sale tothe last and highest b
bidder on, : .....
SATURDAY the 8th day of FEBRU
ARY, A. D. :869..
oeemmenetng at r''to'loek A. . at the 1
Court House :door in the' Town oftAl- I
exandria Parish ,of,BRaidea A ~ertain
piece or panot:of ground situated in
the Pa h, of Rapies,, Staet of ous.
iaua.,!n4n i thee rTo Qot AloX .3i9
Square No. 9. of au Tjiig c, foii '
6rnJirdal'sitreet, behig In tbilTwer b '
coter of said 'S&oare, and beind g ai
dwelling House andlmprovements sard
the last residence of the deceased;, sad
the House in which Pauline Lott, IF.
W. C. now resides,
.Tzas :--CASH... ..
JOHN, Dsl.ACBY, Shrif,.
Jan. 6. '69. tds. Printer's eir $15 0 .
I BH5BIFPP8 SAIEL A
V ) tit L rihof
:Je Wolph o hStatof Lo
Bi)Y Virte eots, wlt of iof FseiaMdl.
- o •ot tome as-SherRC - of the above I
named Pariitfri tmbe'th Distrit Court i
Perish of.Eapides, lamued i the abose, en.
titled suit, Ihaveshsed and w-ll, obrfor
salte the last tad highest, bidderon, .
ATURDAY thes 6th day of EBRUAIRY
· " ,, :",'-D . 18 9., . - i.
betmrween the bohirs 6f 11 A. M a. 4"P. .
at tbior* Hoause di6r in the Tb~oire~r
Alenrddla the'bll6Ulng dsesribed w n
by speoiad so the udo of aid * &wit
Spiecial or ael ofgoudwItaa~e I
ing audbingl the upuor mihbnriiq*Ae
and de ted on the fifi
suiburb ala Tewui a s" l in
suare No. 15, hylng fI ehwseoond
Streuetosfod y feet b "the dtp ot o e
Fesraetoauded hbole by propests7yi o
uladings and iltsoupinfete Anr
vv gant c-yoo_ton plows a
Pending rth auiertiinty: of wbeteleet
the Presldents amnisty i wodeisstlos will
have upon the S othem:Q xiles, " Ariel,"
the . gaphic eordesp.udt of th~e oniao
nati;nquirer'.ba inte4 up ttheir wber*.
bots, and sketched some ofthe chae
Istic ofitheir ives. .We quote aesloms:
As for theexiles, I have been po p
to soo extent' to-bing terI means and
f[re pspect, as. r el ap Waisles. 'i e
i:bst anxious 'ie- to' return p bl$
Gt.atit Baeen.riid, ofenB k. o..c .
hais a ilarige fainily, aii is apoor otdt
ing' at all, in fact, b ot hims b in a
lawyer, whicht i'of litt eauLse b i oll' i
living abroad, an I 'knw that 6n . n .
account lie hat 'bian'sla ' dr a f oiv g
time to return. robably .o .tian nid e .
candidly " aepf the sitaytoi," In e#i+y
senof the tird, poteW stent with -sodaik
al bbber. He ould have been he longe
ago, but did not lik to oinifooert eid eAi,
i idign i. o~e leadlng r.. idd-, e Ad.
vtaed lito rethatun at once, 'b ats- lie s
man of greateaialon, and Is' aiiliyt
as not tob walt until oi caid ie thes
laud lies, tad thei teper of teMii ,
adminstratlo wav m..- ,.wdbi~M ;. .Oldfl "
Mi. Miason must be no ol re' e seafn, aid
at that time of lifeh a hit binht- are
unusuaelly strong. d tlaikh, like silt it
gloimas, Aist the OldDomi.ib ls ib snt 'i
part of the woild and woiud pireft Biki
I'tNis there to anywbt h else ab. 4 `i a
moderate competency at the elo'e of &
war, arising fromd "om property of hi,
wire, ded, th-iigh' too old an - lmar to
earn a dollar by 'ia esonuti exertii n wa
thais' at aibove the neccealty' of laboi. I=
sea it-stated that iso i about to' tvirtn to
iise oi4 home in Winchoetir; fn thifitlay
of Virginia. hi vil beaable o flnda
peace, doubtl;' a m itt aset na. old t
friend4 buto o thing .he will not see #i:
14e old lom~ted !iiio h e 'troops
r 1t ely d estroyed it, leaving not ' oe t
Old J beI Early, MajorGenoeral to Leh
and Stonewall Jacke6r, he iwho storiied
Wibchester in the ealnmpign orT 1,86 and
burne4 a part of habtbalrbu fI rtei
tion for the burning of Jacksio, Mies., and
other places, went abroad at thie close of
the wtr, and hqs rqnaidap4 by cdiioe Ln a
exile. I dontretmeiber whether he ao
oeptida pazoe or not I,think be did, but
most certainly h did not '"iacept the
sitioJn:" U. is a proud, .deiant, p-=
yielding man yslow to talc a oi on and ,
very tenacious of it when onie. tahed. ,
was as origlwi et biionmi an 4stinahnts
ly reaised aesiaon stcl is` lpoln'e t
peclbmnallows iau doi ed he iwent 6
roreiscesaieon, and the Confedee cmigh
have had an abler, bt. certainly no stoutet t
soldier or nipre steadfst a dherel. ti
As for ev Tacker eoven hody; kpows
hlme, or dii npow sn o o -"Al off a
insnnte jeests ",--th g pvnce po4,
jolly (. lowsa hwW,,t , pif ,p glive. I
chance lyggtaip t hbi~ sta ps pea, gy;'? I
many good, things bost; yopu wo uneset I
afterwar4 think ,of a quayr meal wetipet a
him, Wg 4&n ,porage tiat this nt y
one of bl.Jaka is jaoitl a dqpen 1
tonrs, p ,ot 3 e1*fqt4 akei r ;n .a ip
havebeenkeptabroadall thiq time anasxom
lo--his rfaillylarge oqraadpe ,very n y h
-.one the dicaloe s pootht'vlstqeig help.
ea to easasulpe DoPga m4nsoe, w ehere s
navpew a l A Pe**ato yt bPinsg be-ene- a
pp-a qa444 skouv a
lhecquld als bphosof _tb wiodert his i
l4u4 a t 0ot ve'isb P010t ea*e. Re
Iaa" , s*p*Fhk iweeipqe, lax fi
kpow prefer.atkq XqNapha-T angu Torfjtl a
to tha ta t e T spd ebe oppsry,
ecand oyate. Nor weotl eaoeptatsi
tosI a bit ro otbh t "f!1! ": y I
native or foreign, aPp.it anybodyotiggksi 4
let limF ,Alprodg t sadP9 m lI i
not promptlywSaIlowed . *1 ,
After e erfous sad aopap ti g 4
ries ofadvatuires, Mr. J.?figgspag d
8evonetry of tserp4bs) D)igali oF tp!
Southern Confederacy, adise his way.j 4
the West Indies, thepe te Enogland, ad id
tireA*, onep@he .juat da&eq tjsgr - a
dab e4 Se Asm swan*. govat*Jo
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