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How Perfumery is Made from
Flowers .—The odors ot flowers do not, as a general rule, exist in them äH a store or in a gland, but they are developed as an exhal ation. While the flower breathes it yields fra grance, but kill the flower and fra grance ceases. It has not been as certained when the discovery was made of condensing, ae it were, the breath of the flower during life ; what we know is, that, if a living flower - be placed near to butter, grease, animal fat, or oil, those bod ies absorb the odor given off by the blossoms, and in turn themselves become fragrant. If we spread fresh, unsalted butter upon the in side of two dessert plates, with gathered fragrant blossoms of clem atis, oovoring them over with the second greased plate, we shall fiud tbat after twenty-four hours the grease has become fragrant. The blossoms, though separated from the parent stem, do not die for some time, but live and exhale odor, which is absorbed by the fat. lo remove the odor from the fat, the fat must be scraped off the plates and put into alcohol, the odor theu leases the grease, and enters into the spirit, which thus becomes "scent," and the grease again be comes odorless. The flower farm ers of the Var follow precisely this method on a very large scale, with but little practical variation, with the following flowers : Rose, orange acacia, violet, jasmin«,tuberose and jonquil. The process is termed as said before, mfleurage, or in flower ing. In the valley of the river Var there are acres of jasmine, of tube rose, of violets, &c. In due season the air is ladeu with fragrance—the flower harvest is at hand. Women and children gather the blossoms, which they place in little panniers, like fishermen's baskets, hung over their shoulders. They are then car ried to the flower laboiatory and weighed. In the laboratory the har vest of flowers has been anticipated. During the previous winter great quantities of grease, lard, and beef suet have been collected, melted, washed and clarified. The great success oLthis project depends on the absolute purity of the grease employed, and no pains are spared to this end. In each laboratory there are several thousand ononis (sashes) l>r framed glasses, upon which the grease to be scented is spread, and upon this grease the blossoms are sprinkled or laid. The chasse en verre is, in fact, a frame with a glass in it as near as possible like a win dow sash, only that the frame is two inches thicker, so that when one chasse is placed on another, there is a space of four inches between every two glasses, thus allowing room for blossoms. Every chaise is about two feet long by eighteen inches broad. The flower blossoms are changed every day, or every other day, as is convenient to the general work of the laboratory or flowering of the plants. The same grease, however, remains in the chasse so long as the particular plant being used, yields blossoms. Each time the flowers are put on, the grease is '«worked"—that is, serrated with a knife—so as to offer a fresh surface of grease to absorb odor. The grease beiug inflowered in this way for three weeks or more —in fact, so long as the plants pro duce blossoraB—is at last scraped off the chasse, melted, strained, and poured into tin canisters. jpar The following estimate may , er ve to show the extent ol the active industry yearly carried on in the depths of the Canadian forest : In 1863 about 27,000,000 cubic feet of timber were cut on the Ottowa and its tributaries. No less than 25,000 men are engaged in getting out and man facturiug this timber for market. There are annually consumed 12,000 barrels of flour in the production of »qu&re t timber. The horses devour 6000 tous of hay and 275,000 bushels of oats* • ^ yj fljf A certain pianist had in his play ladies whose duty it was to faint with delight at his inimitable perfor mance. One of them went to sleep one day at her post, and the pianist, who had reckoned on the interruption ot' her feint to relieve him at the close of a long-sustained allegro, could find no excuse for stopping, and fainted himself. Then the delinquent, waking up fainted really from fright and vexa tion. This story, of course, was im ported from Paris. jçy Governor Saulsbury, in his message to the Delaware Legisla ture, favors the restoration to po litical privileges of all Southerners who have laid down their arm6.— He is strongly opposed to the "ne gro equality doctrine," and urges that the legislative restrictions in the State in regard to them should iu <io degree I* relaxed, How to M ake F rke N eoko L abor prptfitkbj.e—Experience of * .Jamai ca •"Pr .anfek.— ^The following letter, says the New York Herald, from a gentleman of the South, who has lived and traveled in the West Iudies, during the late rebellion, was written to a friend, who hands it to ns for publication. K inöhton, J b ., June 19,1865. ***** "Since," as you, say "there is no choice bntjto accept emancipation," I advise you to accept it. in resolute good faith. Think of nothing but how you can make your old slaves contented available laborers. Set tle them on your land as permanent tenauts, with good provision ground ou easy terms, and you will find that you have labor at your com mand. Had the planters of Jamaica met emancipation in a wise spirit, instead of deserting the country iu a panic, there would have been years since the better order of things in that Island, which is now only beginning. To scatter the no goes about in little detached hold ings is equally adverse to the true interests of both races. I have s«?en the evil results in more thaD one of the West Iudia Islands.— The negro manages to exist, and no more than exist, on such a place ; but he is too tar fron the plantation centre to find employment when be wants it ; and when this custom becomes general, an it. whs in many of the West Iudia Islmds, the plan ter could not depend on Iiis hands. They came late to their work and ieft early, on account of the dis tance from their homes, and in the severe press of work they often wou'd not come at all, unless at wages which the planters could not afford to pay. The scattered and unreliable sup ply of labor was for years the bane of Jamaica, and still is one of the chief drawbacks to sugar raising in the still rich Island of St. Domingo. I hope you and all our friends will take better measures on your cotton plantations. Assign quarters to as many good laborers as you can possibly accommodate, together with a large productive, well fenced provision field, suitably marked off to the respective laborers, and all at a very, moderate, almost nominal reut ; then shelter for the family, with the work of the woman and children, and thw rough plenty to support active labor is provided for your servants, and a corps of ser vants are planted just where you need them. Almost every man worth having will stick to the "old plantation,"for negroes cling to ha bitual localities like cats. If you and your neighbors take counsel together, and agree all around on a fair tariff of wages, with due provision for shelter, and a bit of cornfield, you will find free labor cheaper than that of slaves.— The price of one good field hand will establish half a dozen entire families as permanent tenants on some convenient section of the land, aud they will bring up their children to be willing and ready laborers, at low wages. If some are led off under temptation of higher wages, they will find they lose a home in which all could help to make the family comfortable. I will write you again by next steamer, and meantime will only say that, the farm laborers in Ja maica, who have their little cottage and half au acre of garden ground, are content to labor for thirty cents a day, aud find themselves, which is much more profitable to the em ployer than buying slaves at former prices. Florai. Clock .—Flowers could be used to mark the time of the day and the night nearly as faithfully as the hands of the clock thus Lettuce flowers open at six iu the morning, those of the water lily at seven, of the pimpernel at eight, of the field marigold at nine, of the Neapolitan marigold at ten, of the star of Bethlehem at eleven, of the ice plant flower at noon, of the pink jot' Spain at one, of the red fringe tree at two, of the chinchona at three, of the bean tree at four, of tee marvel of Peru at five, of the black and blue geranium at six, of the yellow day lily at seven, of the nocturn marigold at eight, of the Mexican pystacne at nine. I he rainy marigold can be used for a barome ter. If it is going to be fine weath er, its flowers will open at about seven in the morning, and close be tween three aud four in the after noon ; if it will rain during the day, they don<t open at all. It is stated that the companies who supply Paris with milk bring it from a great distance, and keep it perfectly fresh by putting in it a small quantity of bi-carbonaie of Boda—fif teen grains to a quart. SHERIFF SALES. St ate of Loulalann — I'arlah of Kalt Bo ton Rouge— ïiftli Judicial District Court— Ko. 850—Mnry Jane Williams, wife, vs. Isaac A. Williams, husband. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias , to me directed from the Honorable Judjje of the Fifth Judicial District Court, ot the Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale, at the resi dence of Isaac A. Williams, about fifteen miles above the city of Baton Bouge, on the Bayou Sara Read, in said Parish, ou Saturday, the 2d of September next, A. D., 1885, *t 12 o'clock,M., the following described property, to-wit : A certain tract or parcel of land, situated in the Parish of East Baton Bouge, on tho Bayou Sara Boad, about twelve miles above the city of Baton Bouge, containing oight hundred acres; bounded North by lands belonging lo Mrs. Rodriguez, W. S. Rhodes, Jamos Anderson and Draynon; South by 8. W. Newport; West by Baton Bouge Bayou, with all'the buildings and improvements theroon. Also, Stock of CATTLE and HOGS—20 head more or loss. 4 MULES. 1 HOBBE. 1 WAGON. 1 CARRIAGE. . , . Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in tho above entitled numbered cause. Terms of sale -cash in U. 8. Treasury Notes, with tho benefit of appraisement. EI). COÜ81NABD, angl Sheriff. jil Kt c of Louisiana—Parish off En *t Baton Bouge— Fifth Judicial District Court No. 419—John O'Conor vs. Nolan A. Stuart. BY viitue of a writ of seizure »ad sale to me directed from the Honorable tho Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Purii-h and State aforesaid, 1 have seized and will oxpofC to public sale, at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Bougo, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, A. D., 1S65, at 12 o'clock,M.,lhe following described mortgaged property, to-wit : Two certain lots ol ground, situated in that part of the city of Baton Bouge, laid out by tho late Elie Boauregard,known on tho plan of said city as Lot» Nos. one and eleven in Square Iso. 56; being the same property purchased by JJ. A. and Martha Cunningham, from Henry Tomlinson, per act passed before P.A. Walker, Notary Public, on the 1st day of May, A. D. 1858. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled suit, together with interest and costs. Terras of sale—cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINABDj angl Sheriff. State of Loulslmm— Parish of East lia ton Bouge —Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 517, Probate—In the matter of the succession of James M. El am, deceased. I) Y virtue of acommission to me directed 3 from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public sale, at the residence on which the deceas ed, James M. Elam, resided at the time of his death, on Thursday, the 10th of August next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock. M., the following described nrooerty, belonging to the suc cession of James Al. Elam, late of said Par ish, deceased, to-wit : Certain improvements on Lot No. seven (t) of Square No. twenty-six(26)in Beau regard Town,consisting of a Frame build ing, fronting on St. Ferdinand street, a Well House, a Milk House, and a Bath Ilouoc, together with a lot of Servants' Booms, and Store Boom, added to the Kitchen, on the premises. Upon the following terme and condi tions, vi z : j For cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes. ED. COUSINABD, july29 Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish ol' East Un ton Bouge —Sixth, now Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court'—No. 878--Joyceo Brown arid Husband vs. John B. Bixler. BY virtue of a writ ot seizure and sale to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Filth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I liavo seized and will expose to publie salo, at tho Court House door, in the city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, a.D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M.,the following described mortgaged property, to-wit : . A certain tract of land situated in that S art of the Parish of East Baton Bouge, on ayou Manohac, about fifteen miles from the city of Baton Bouge, containing two hundred and seventy acres (more or less); bounded on the West by lands of H. E. Urnbehagen; South by Manchac; East by B. F. Burnett, and North by T. Winthrop Brown, with all tho buildings and im provements thereon. Seized to pay and satisfy tho writ issued in tho above entitled suit, together with interest and costs. Terms of sale cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINABD, july29 Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Knuge -Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 787, Probate—In the matter of the succession of Evan IIawes, doceased, BY virtue of acommision to mo directed from the Honorable the Judge of tho Fifth J udicial District Court, in and for tho Parish and State aforesaid,! will expose to public sale at the warehouse of James A. i'ayne, in the city of Baton Bouge, on Fron t street, corner of Maiu, on Thursday, the 10th of August next, A. D., 1865, at 11 o'clock, A. M., tho fol lowing described property, belonging to the succession of Evan Ilawas, deceased, viz : Three bales of COTTON. Upon the following terms and condi tions, vi« : For cash, in U. 8. Treasury Notes. ED. COUSINABD, july29 Sheriff. Salt! Salt!! PLANTERS in want of Salt can make it to their interest to purchase of jniyl JOSHUA BEAh. Corn Meal, Grits and Crushed Corn. ÏHE above articles manufactured by julyl JOSHUA BEAI,. Window Shades ! W indow Shades!! A LARGE and choice assortment of various patterns. JAB1ES McVAT, JwIyWf Oppojile tbe !■», Stat« p»uk. SHERIFF SÄES. Stat e of Louisiana—ParlataofKaat Baton Bouge— Sixth, now Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court—No. 2597-William S. Pike for use of Bobt. E. McIIattou v». Chats. G. McHntton and al trustrees. BY virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale, at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, A. D.,1865,»t 12 o'clock, M., the following described mortgaged property, to-wit: A certain lot of ground situated in that part of. the city of Baton Bouge laid out by the Heirs of Mrs. Edith Devall, deceased, and designated on the plan thereof as Lot No. one (1) of Square No. ten (10). meas uring sixty feet front on Fifth street, by one hundred and twenty leat in depth on Laurel street, it being a corner lot, and all French measure, together with all tho buildings and improvements theroon. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled suit, together with interest and cost. Terms of sale cash, in U. 8. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED, COUSINABD, july29 »Sheriff. Stateof Louisiana— Parish of East Baton Bouge— -6tli, now Fifth Judicial District Court—No.413- Louis Sheppersvs. Mary G. Stuart. BY virtue of a writ of seizure aud sala to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, 1 have seized and will expose to public sule,at the Court H oubo door, in tne city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, a .D.,1865,at 12 o.'clock,M.,the following described mortgaged property, to-wit: Tho following describod lots of ground in Square No. sixty-eight (68) of that part of the city of Baton Boage laid out by Eli Beauregard, to-wit : The South half of Lot No. three, measuring thirty feet fronton Muxirnillian street, by one hundred feet in depth. Lots No. four and five, measuring each sixty fuet front on said street, by one hundred foet in depth. Lots No», six and seven, measuring each sixty foot front on East Boulevard street,by one hundred feet in depth, and tliu South hnlf of Lot No. eight, measuring thirty feet front on said street, by one hundrod foot in depth, all French measure. Lots No. five and six being corner lots, which property was ac quired by tho present mortgager from H. E. Clarke. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled suits, together with the interest and costs. Terms .of salo cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the bonefit of appraisemeul. ED. COUSINABD, jnly29 Shorilf. State of Louisiana—Parish of Ea«t Baton Bouge —Sixth, now Fifth Judicial Dis triot Court—No. 354— Eudora Devall vs. Thomas Devall. BY virtue of a writ of fieri /ai-ias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, in and tor the Parish aud State aforesaid, I have saized and will expose to public side, at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, A.D., 1865, at 12 o'clock,M.,the following described property, to-wit: First. A certain tract or parcol of land situated in that part of the Parish of East Baton Bouge, fifteen miles above the city of Baton Bouge, near Springfield Landing, containing eiojht hundred and eighty (880) nrponts, more or less; bounded on the North by lands now or lately belonging to .John Alexander; on the South by J. J. l5al:er;on the Eastby Mrs. Elizabotli Lilly, and on tho West by Dr. T. J. Henderson, with all the buildings and improvements thereon. Second. Another tract er parcel of land, situated in said Parish, ut about fourteen miles from the city of Baton Bouge, front ing upon the Mississippi river, with about eight nrpents front, with a depth of about forty-fivo arpents; bounded on the North and East by lands of B. T. Young; South by lands of Thomas Carpenter, and West by tho Mississippi river, containing three hundrod aud sixty arpents, more or less, with all the buildings and improvements theroon, which property was snrrondered by tho defendant, Thomas Devall, to pay and satisfy tho writ issued in the above numbered suit, together with interest and costs. Terms of sale cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINABD, july25) Sheriff. Stateof Louisiana—Parishot East Baton Bongo—-Sixth, now Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court— No. 412—Mary O. Scudder vs. Celostine Bachol. BY virtuo of a writof seizure and sale to mo directed from tho Honortble the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of tho Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale at tho Court House door, in tho city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday, the 2d of September next, A. D., 1865, al 12 o'clock, M., the following describod mortgaged property, to-wit : A certain tract or parcel of Und situated at, about ono and a half miles from the city of Baton Bouge, commonly known as the "Ncwcomb Tract," containing oue hundred and ninety-four arpents (more or less), bounded North and West by lands now or formerly of McOalop ; East by Fowler and other lands belonging to T, J. Bird, and on the South by lands formerly of Mrs. Brown, but. now Davidson, together with all the buildings and improvements there on; boing the same property purchased by the present vendor, from Thompson J. Bird, per act in this office, (Parish Re corder) dated the 10th of April, 1S52, and in Book (4, Folio 33, of Notarial Acts. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled suit, together with interest and costs. Terms of sale cash, in U. 8. Treasnry Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. Ei). COUSINABD, j julyü» Sheriff. Hay, Com, Oats, Brau & Lime, A SUPPLY of the above-named articles, usually on hand anil for sale by julyl JOSHUA BEAL. FOR SALE. ABOUT *0 ACRES OK I.AND, within five mile* of this city, well fenced and having a good dwelling house thereon. The land is new and of the best quality, with abont one half of it cleared, tbe balance In pasture. The place is admirably adapted for a nursery and garden. For particulars enqttirre at tbe offleo of the ttasett* St oil Comet • jasH. State orLsralsinni»—Parish ofKast Baton «• Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—No. 407. Edith Ann Loudon, Wife, vs. A. Melton Kean, Husband. THIS case having been this day taken np for trial upon Issue joined, and it appearing to the Court that tbat the Pliintiff has clearly made out her case by tbe law and evidence adduced, It Is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed, that »he Plaintiff, Edith Ann Loudon, Wife of the Defendant, have Judgment against and recover from the Defendant, A. Mellon Kean, the «um of Bight Hundred, aud Thirty-three SOjlUO Dollars, with legal interest, from the 10th day of July, 1868: and that tbe Plaintiff bave a legal mortgage on 411 the property of the Defendant, to date from the first day ol Kebiuary, 1834, to satisfy this judgment. It Is further ordered, adjudged and decreed, tbat the cuimnnlty oi acquêts and gains hereto fore exluling betwneo Plaintiff and Defendant be dissolved ; that Plaintiff be separated tn properly from her said husband and havn again the free administration of her Estate, and that this judg ment. b-j published in a publie gazette, as the taw requires. Done, read and signed in open Court this 21st day of July, I St«. (Signedj r, t. p08eï, Judge Fifth Judicial District. A true oopy of the original on Öle In my ofliee. July 22d, 1806. augl-3tsw-pd JOS. NBl'HLKR, Clerk. To the Honorable kkubux T. i 'osfr, Judge of the j Filth Judicial District Court, held in and for the i Parish of East Baton Rouge ; The petition of William Bogel and William j .Uaikbaui, of said Parish, Testamentary Executors ; of the Estate of Mary Zeralda Bogel, deceased, i late of said Parish, respectfully represents—That t they herewith file their first provisional account ( of said estate, with vouchers thereto annexed, for j homologation. They alio pray that legal notice ! be given of the filing of said account according to j law. and tbat after all legal delays, the said ac- I count maybe homologated and made the judgment j of the Court. Also, ihat Qeorge A. Pike, of said | Parish, Undertntor of the Minor, Stell» D. Bogel, i be notified of tbe filing of the same, and as in j duty bound, your petition«™ will t ver pray, *«. [Signed 1 WM. BOGEL, , w. mareham, Test. Executors. Union R'/uge,, Jvly 1«?, 1*66. Let public notice bo given, according to law, of I the filing of the within account, and tbat George A. Pike, Undertutor to the Minor, Stella Bogel, b» notified of the filing of the .«suie. [Signed,] JO». NEPULIÏK. Clerk, •inly lltu, 1SC6. C lerk's omci, East Baton Rou ^e Parish. A true copy of the original petition on file in ; my ■ flint. JOS. NEPHLh.lt. I JUly20 Clerk. $tnteoJt -pnrtsh of Baton Houjre—Fifth Judicial Wstrlct Court-—No. 384. Xztbifchn Hichttrdson, Wife, vw. Joshua U. Alex ander, Husbaud. TllIS owe bating been regrularly tak&n up, ac cording to previous assignment, by reanon that the law and the tvidone* in In f:vor of the Plaintiff' and against the Defendant and Inter Tenor, It is hereby ordered, adjudged and decreed, that the community of acquets aud K»tns hereto fore «xisïinfç between Plaintiff aud L'efendant be dissolved ; t hat Plaint fi' recover the admiuistra fion of her separate estate and that she have judgment 9K»inst her saii husband for tbe sani of Tvefi Thousand Five Hundred Dollars, with fiv« per cont per annum interest, thereon, from the 0th day ( f.luiy, A. D. % 1865, till paid, with legal mort gage on the real est*te and slave* of her husband, to date from the first day of November, A. D. 18t$. It is further ordered, Hut the intervention of Nelsorj Potts be rejected, at his costs The cost of the principal suit to be paid by Defendant. Done, read and signed in ( pen Court this îilst j day of July. I860. [Signed j R. T. PG8KY, i Judge Fifth Judicial District. A tru* fcopt* of the original on file. July 24th, 1666« ! au£l-3tsw JOS. NEPHl.HR, Clerk. State ol"Louisiana—Parish ofKutit Union Roufce-—Fifth .1 udicial District Oourt—ftliza Loudon, Wife, vs. Alexander 8. Denhara, Hu# band. THIS case haviug been this day taken up for trfal upon issue joined, mid it appearing to the Cour* that ti e Plaintiff has clearly made out her fane by the law, aud the evidence adduced. It is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed, that the Plaintiff, Eliza Loudon, Wife, have judg ment against and recover from her Hnsband, Al exander 8 Den bam, Defendant, the sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Dollars, with lesral inter* terest-'from the 10th day of July, lSt.5, and cost j of suit and that Plaintiff be decreed to have a le gal mortgage» on all the property belonging to the Defendant, to date from the *i3d of October* 18Ü0, to satisfy this judgment. It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed, that the community of acquits and gains hereto fore existing between Plaintiff and Defendant be dissolved, that Plaintiff be separated in property from her said Husband, sud bave again the free »dm nistration ot her Kstate, and that this judg ment be published in a public (»azette as The law requires. Done, read aud signed in open Court this 'Jlst day of July is f Signed, j R.T.P08KY, Judge F.ftlk Judicial District. A true copy July 2">th, 1865. july^-a; J OH. NKPIILKK, Clerk. State of bonMana—Parl-ili of Ka«t flaton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—No. Ml2, P hörest i ne Trait an, Wife, vs. Henry V. Dabin, Husband. • THUS case having been regularly assigned for I trial, the same was taken up on the day fixed, and the Court having heard the arguments of counsel, and the law and the evidence and the same being in favor of the Piaintiff and against Defendant It is therefore ordered, adjndeed aud decreed, that the community of acquits and gains existing between the parties be dissolved be dis solved, and that the Plaintiff, Phorestine Traban, Wifo, be separated in property from her said Hus band, Henry V. Rabin, aud that she be directed to resume the exclusive control of her parapher nal property, free from the control &nd influence of hur Husband. It is lurther ordered and decreed that the said Phorestine Trshan, Wiie, do have judgmeut against and recover of the Defendant, Henry V Rabin, her husband, tbe sum of seven thousand three huudred and twenty-one 10-100 dollars, with five ) er cemt interest from tbe institution of this suit until paid, and that her privilege or tacit mortgage on all his property be recognized and attach AftfoJows to-wit; On the sum of live hun dred snd nine dollars from the löih day of June, 1833, on the sum of one hundred and tweutv five dollars from the 'iôth of January, 1847» on the sum of one hundred and twelve 46-100 do' Urs from tbe same date, on the sum of eight hun dred and twenty-nine 64 100 dollars from the 20th day of Feb. 186^, on the sum of seventeen hundred and twenty dollars from the26th day of January, 1#57, on the »um of two thousand, four hundred dollars from ths 21 st of January, 1808, and on the sum of sixteen hundred and twenty-five dol lars from the 7th day of May, 1858, and that said Defendant be condemned to pay costs of suit. j Done, rtad and signed in open Court, this 21st j day of Julv, A. D., 18G6. [Signed,] R. T. POSEY, ! Judge Fifth District Court. A true copy of th« original on fil« in my office. July 24th, I860. .108. NJSPHLKß, Cl»rk. (^CHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, PENCILS, PENS. INK."', SLATES, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, Ae. For sale by JOSHUA BKA I,. Flour! Flour II 1 Aft CARRELS fresh ground Flour, 1 U'J various grades, now in store and lor sale at the lowest current rates. A CALL SOLICITED. julyl JOSHUA BEAL. Oats, Sugar Cured Joies, RUMP PORK AND BUTTER. A SMALL supply of the above-named articles just stored and for sale at moderate price« by jalye JOSHUA BKAL. LEGAL KOTIGES. Stateofl.««!»!una—Parish of KmxtBnta» Kong»— Fifth Judicial District Court—No So8— In the Matter of the STscpeMfwn of John Kohler, deceased. W 11 KUBAS, Mrs. Kmioa Stephens hue tills day filed with the Clerk of said Court an applica tion praying to be ap|«>inted Administratrix of the Succession of John Kohier, deceased. Notice is Hereby given tri all persons interested to file their objections (if any they have,) in writ ing, with the Clerk of said Conrt, witltfn têts' day« from the first publication of this not»», why the said application should not he granted. Witness my hand and tbe impress of the seal of said Court this the 28th day of July, A. D.,1806. augl JOS. KKl'HLER, Clerk. State of Louisiana— Pari all of 10 us t Baton Kouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—No. 808, Probate—In the »latter of the Succession of John Sullivan, deceased. WHKKKAS, John A. Sullivan, of said Parish, has this day filed in said Court an applica tion praying to be appointed Administrator of the Ks täte of John Bulllvan, late of said Parish, de ceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons interestod to show cause (if any they cao), within ten days from the first publication of this notice, why said application should not be granted. Uiven under my hand and the sealof said Court this 29th day of July, A. D.,18<)6. augl—pd JOS. NJSPHLER, Clerk. Slateof Louisiana—Pariah of Krsi . Baton Kouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—No. 810, Probate—In the Matter of the Succession of Henry Dro*, deceased. "UrilKRKAH, Joseph C. Ch*rrotte has this (luv YV filed In said Court an application praying to be appointed Administrator of the Estate of Henry Drvz, late of said Parish, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons Interested to show cause (if any they have), within fen days from the first publication of this notice, why said application should not be granted. Ôlven under my hand and the seal of said Court this 31st day of July, A. D., 18t*t>. augl . JOB. NEPULER, Clork. State of (.oulslena— Parlait of Kast Baton Kongd— Fifth Judicial District Court—No 800, Probate—In the Matter of the Succession of Peter P. Borskey, deceased. WHEREAS, John A. McIIugh. of said Parish, has this day filed an application praying for tbe administration of the Kstate of Peter P. flora key, late of said Parish, deceased. Notice is hereby riven to all parsons interested to show cause (if any they have), within ten days from the first publication of this notice, why said application should not be granted. i liven under my hand and the seal of said Oourt this :ilat day of Julv, A.D.. 18U6. augl-pd JOS. NEPIII.ER, Clerk. State of Louisiana—Pariah of East Baton Kouge—Fifth Judicial District, Court—In the Matter of the Succession of Samuel C. Guy, de TITHEUIJAS, A. M. Dunn, of said Parish, has VV this day filed in said Court an application praying to be appointed Administrator of the above succession. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, tn show «anse (if any they have), within ten days from the first publication of this notice» why said application should not be granted. Witness my hand and the iinpresB of tho seal of said Court this 20th day of July, A. D., 186ft. july27-pd JO*. NKPIILJBR, Clerk. State of Louisiana— Parlait of Kast Baton Fifth Judicial District Court—In the matter of the succession of Kodolph Dmbehagen, dee'd, No. 806, Probat«. WHEREAS, Henry E. Umbehagan, has filed in said Court an applicat:on praying for tlie Administration of the estate of Rodolph Umbeha gen, lato of said Parish, deceased. Notice Is hereby given t# al! persons Interested, to show cause (il any they can.) within ten «Jays from tbe first publication of this notice, why said application should cot be granted. (liven under my hand and the seal ai said court this 20th day of July, A. n , 1805. july27-pd, JOS. NJSPIII.ER, Clerk. REGULAR PACKETS. REGULAR VICKSBURG PACKET heart.■* Srw Orlrant nrrxy Saturday, at 6 J'. M. FOIl VICKSBURG, GRAND GUI.F, Rodney, Natchez, Fort Adams, Hog Point, Morgaoza, Bayou Sara.i Baton Rouge, Plaquemine, Donaldsonvlllé, and all intermediate Coast Landings, the New and swift-running side-wheel steamer a mm he * «o» :imr 9 P. D. PRATT, Comd'r; CHAS. GRATER, Clerk. JSy For freight or passage apply on board or to A. BRITTO îi, No. 7 Fro.it »treat. ■INO. ( j . TITUS à CO., Cor. Bienville & Old Levee. WOODRUFF, BUTLER 4 CO, Nos. 17 and Î# New Levee. WM. HKNUKUSON, june3 Agent, Third street, Baton Rouge. Lafayette Street Restaurant, VICTOR CALVAYRAC,... .PROPBIBTOB. THE undersigned begs leave respectfully to an nounce to the public and to his old friends and' customers, that the above establishment has un dergone thorough repairs and will be re-opened on Monday the 3d of April, 1806. Non» but. the best of W1NEH, LIQUORS AND CIGARS will 1» kept In the establishment. apr 1-1 in VICTOR CALVAÏB AC. ICE! ICE I rpiIE undersigned beg leave to announce to the citizens and the, public generally of Batou Rouge ft surrounding country that they bave opened an loo House in the store formerly occupied by the late pol. A, M atta , on Main street, near tbe river, where par ties can be supplied at, wholesale and retail, and at such prices as to defy competition. THE "CITY ICE HOUSE," will be opened from 6 o'clock In the morning to T in the evening. On Sundays, fr.ra 0 to 8 o'clock in tbe morning. CHARLES W. WIECK. A. WALDKIRCH, Proprietors, "City Ice House." IU tos R ocgb , May, 1S66. Corn Corn î ! 5Q SACKS CORS. for sale by julyl-tf Just received anil N. WAX, Near the Court House. VICTOR'S IRE S X A-TTIR-AJNTT *^^TUB PUBLIC AREj ^f^^hereby respectfully in formed that they can 1» accommodated with Board, at the above Restaurant, slt»ated on Ij»r» yette itreet, at the rate of per week. This will include two meals a day. Every attention aud care will be given to the comfort of guests. Payment must be made weekly. julyS-tf VICTOR CAbVAVBAC, Corn! Corn!! Infi SACKS CORN. Just received and 1 UU for »»i« by j, j. ouwdah», jalyl-tf Cor. àla.n and Leves 8ts.