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What mlijht bo «Jon« If mon w«n« wine — What gloflmi« ilmflf, my *nf!»n!i|î brntljer, VVnui'l 1 hov unite, In ifivw mid rl«M, And i caM) th«tr nourn of ou« another? Opi>rettfion's In-art mklil.I'« imlnunl With klu(Utn|( drop» oflovlnjt kiintai«a. Ami knrtwlwti?» pour, From aliorc ahore, Light In the «y«« <ifin«nt«l bllruln«»». All slavnry, wiurfaro, He» »art wrong,' Alt via« and or-firm inight die tniteHier ; And wine and corn To nach man liorn, Be free a« warmth In nuiuin«r weather, Thß rattan*»! »ret. h that ever trod, Tlte deepest »nek lo guilt and sorrow, Might idafid «feet lu «elf-reepeot, And »hare the teeming world to-morrow. What might, be done? ThU ml (ht. be done, And more than this my tmlTeriog brotuer— More than the tongue »o «aid or Win*, If men were wlmir and loved each other. ij r - ' —' Tn'orjHAi'itioAï, E krorb.—We bad a little articlâ ou Ulis subject a few days ago, which laigbt convince the uninitiated that the difficulty in de tecting error« of the press is much greater than they are inclined to be lieve. The npcliing may be correct, and yet a wrong word is very apt to escape discovery. Biute we spoke of the Glasgow publishing house, wit have heard of a singular misprint in an edition of Shakspeare's Merchant of Venice, Aot III, Scene II, where I'ortia speaks of "young Alclden, when lie did redeem The Virgin tribute paid by bowling Troy.' - The printer (an ardent Whig per haps) had it ''howling Tory " The gontleinau who detected this ludi crous blunder was a victim ot a wôrpo one in his own case. In briefly enu merating the prose works of Pope, in a shurL biographical notice which he had compiled for an edition of bis po ems, he named his "Memoirs of a Par ish Priôfct," but when the proof came before hiin he was horrified to lind that the compositor had set it "Me moirs of a I'aint Brush."— St. Louis lit publican. P roposition for a C onvention of thf. Southern Pkopi.k .—The Mem phis Commercial recently contained a propositon lor holding a convention of delegates from the Southern States, to declare the sentiments of their con stituents upon their late and present relations to the General (iovernrrieul— their opinions and determinations re specting their duties as citizens, arid their fixed resolution to give a faith ful support to the constitution and (he national administration. The Richmond Whig says ; "This proposition.strikes un as exceedingly appropriate and important, in view of the present condition of public affairs. It is urged as necessary to disabuse the public mind of the North of the erroneous impressions made upon it respecting the disposition of the South, by gross misrepresentation, exaggern» tion, and all those means of deception resorted to by vicious and unprinci pled newspaper correspondents, to mislead the convictions of the Nor thern people. Looking i<ok a Cki.khtiai, Vihttob. —Biela's Comet is expected soon to make its appearance, as it is now on its way to its perihelion. It is not yet neat; enough to be visible, being not nearer the earth than about 11, 000,000 miles. On the first, day of November next it will be close to the bright (Alpha Pegasi) Markab, one of the four bright stars forming the well known square of Pegasus. It then pursues a southerly course, crossing the celestial equator about the middle of December. It then crosses its old path in 1840, near where it separa ted in two comets. At the end of February its distance from the earth will bo fess than 20,000,000 of miles. This cornet's period is 6$ years. E mancipation in R ussia .—Sunday, March 17,1861, will always be a memorable day in the history of Rus sia, as that on which 20,000,000 of serfs were presented with a decree which made them freemen. This vast slave population was in the hands of aristocracy of about 100,000, less than 1,500 of whom owned 1,000 each. They are required to allow thaeman cipated peasants the dwellings which th«y occupied, and the ground upon which they stand will be legally grau tod to them upon the payment of cer tain rates,. As fast as the late serfs caa raise money enough to pay these dues they become landed proprietors. The Scarcity of Men .—The Fred oricksburg (Virginia) Ledger has the following paragraph : At a marriage here a few evenings since, when the minister made per sonal application of that awful ques tion, "Will you take this man whom you hold in your hand, &c."? the bride, with a graceful inclination of the hefcd, 'midst a profusion of blushes, ejaculated, *"/ thank you .sir'' ? Thera are already nearly three huo <lr«<i practicing physicians i& Indiana polis, and more coming. agrThe Times special says : There is the best authority for saying that Alexander II. Stephens and J. H. Reagan now confined in Fort Warfen, in writing to their friends at the South express their most liberal views res peeting recortMrtieiion, of the negro rare, and the future of the ' South. They urge that the agricultural system of the South must be revolutionized. That the negroes being a large, per manent element iu the population of the South must be so treated as to in crease his self-respect and manhood— Iiis freedom must be cheerfully ac ceeded and the negro educated for the intelligent wielding of that polit ical power which the progress of events promise to put him in posses sion of. - — N orthern M en at i' HF . S outh .—'I ho Richmond (Va.) Republic, says Lhe feeling of prejudice against the resi dents of the Northern States is rapidly giving places among the masses to a hearty welcome of all who come South -to become permanent arid useful mi ners, mechanics, farmers, and labo rers of every description, not only meet with cordial reception, but may depend upon golden returns to reward their enterprise and industry. ftsjy" I'eople will lose all confidence in and respect for the telegraph before long, unless there is some reform m it. It seems to be largely devoted to keep up seeti iiial irritability, distrust, and crimination. Kvery circumstance having such tendencies seems to be caught up and sent over the country in flaming dispatches, There ought to be a reform.— Louisville Journal. THE NEW ORLEANS TIMES. The Leading Journal of llie South. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. Oevoted to Literature und délierai New«—The l)im'U«»lon of State und Nationiii Topic«—The Welfare of til« Planting Internst —Tin, 1'rogre»« of Southern Commerce and the Régénération of Property in the Southern State». The Proprietor» of the A'ew Orlen n-H Mr//// ttnil Weekly Time*. ei)«'eur»j;«d by tbe liberal hupport (jrlven to their journal, have made ample nrrsnre luont» for He improvement,with svl*w to muting it, I« every reaped, a Plnl-Clm« Family »ml New» Pft|»elr. TKKMS OK Til K i) A11. Y $1'6 PEIt ANNUM. HALF Y HAH I.Y, $H ; QUARTRKI.Y, ft. THE WEEKLY TIMES 1« devfrteij'to the <Hseu«»!on of topic» of vital im portance to the inleri>»tn of the Oulf State* ; < om t.ilns a carefully prepared compendium of the news of each week, original and «elected literary matter, täte« poetry, etc., correspondence from nil part» of the country sad abroad, let ter« from the people, a rvnwmb of the New Orleans market.«, etc. TSBMSOP THK WIIEKI.V $5 I'KR ANNUM. to cujus. Tim Weekly will lie furnished as follow«, when senf t,u one addres« : 2 copies *# no I il copies I» •> 14 (HI î Ült 00 >< IS 01) I K " IUI DO " 2 a 60 I » " 37 00 10 copied $40. An extra copy will be giveu to any one getting up a Club of Ten. TERMS IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Address Wll. U.C. Kl\t; & O«»., Proprietor«, N O. TI mon , july«9 No. 7(1 Oaiup street» DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 'pilK uuUersÎRned very resjmcMhlly inform# 1 his friend« and acqualnUuiroh anil the public at large» that he ha« purohamni the iiruM; öt/ire, situated on Africa, utreot, bulow the jail, nn<l formerly belonging to v. kcesxj3de sc co. I hare now ic»t of î hand a full and complete KKI'iSIl DRUGS, Patent Medicines, Stationery,Perfumery, WINES LIQUORS, or THE Itlts'r QUALITY. I hav« as niv employee, PAUL BKÖ8Y, who lias served in thu Drutf business for ' v nteen yeartt, and well known to be a mnnpetciit- l)ruj<jixt by toe Physicians of tili» city. Al*«, Mr. JOHN MeKINLRY, wlm has been in said service for the past nevm ye/irH. They will be found behind my counters and al the Prescription ÎJepartment rc idy and-willinst to attend to the wants ol those who feel disposed to favor »ne with a call. Nis;ht, calls for prescriptions p'rr)/nj>'lj/ aUmfleil In. 1 have also cHltbli'hed a branch of said «tore on Main street, opposite Keddy'e photograph Gal lery, to which I give my personal attention. I return my heartfelt tbiuilcs to my friends and acquaintances and Pkgttitfsm* OHpeuiatty, for the kind and liberal patrouai;e they have oe»towed upon me. I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same and guarantee general satisfaction. au g 3 J.K.T. IIAYNES. USE USE USE PROCTOR & GAMBLE'S PROCTOR & GAMBLE'S PROCTOR & GAMBLE'S GERMAN SOAP. GERMAN SOAP. GERMAN SOAK 8o jay »11 who try it—a good supply now on hand. JOSHUA ItKAL, Agent. REGULAR VICKSBURG PACKET Lm vu Ne,u> Orleans every Saturday, ot i P. M. POR VICKSBURG, GRAND GULP, I' Rotlney, Natchez, Fort Adams, Hog Point, MorganKa, Bcyou Sara,: Baton Rouge, PlaijUemine, Donaldson ville, and »II intermediate Coast Landings, the New and »wift-running side-wheel «teamer l P.D. PRATT, Comd'r; CHAS. GRATER, Clerk, gyiror frelghtorpassage a|>J>ly on board orto A. BIllTTON, No. 7 Kroat street. JNO. L. TITUS A CO., Cor. Bieuville & Old Levee. WOODRUFF, BUTLER *00., Nos. 17 »ad 19 New Levee. WM. HHWOKKSOS, juaeS Agent, Third jtr»et, Baton Rouge. POSTPONED SALES. Slaleof l.r.illHluiiri — fni lall ui 1 E»«t.B«tOii Kongo—6th, now Kifth Judicial District Ootirt,-- No.418- LouUSb^ppcr* vs. Mary (I. Ntmirt.. By virtue of » wrltof »oiztire untl «al« to mo (llrected from the Honorable tho .1 ucij/e of tho Kifth Judicial District Court, of Oh ) Parish und State aforoaaid, 1 havo Itoizud und will expo«» to jiubliu ealu, at tho Court IIiiuno door, in the city of" Uaton Roiijçn, on Saturday, th« 7t)i of October next, A. 1 >., I86ft,atl2 o'clook, M.,the following dewribed morttfaged property, to-wit: The following doacribed Sots of ground in 8<|uaro No. «ixiy-oiglit (68) of that part of tho city of Butotl Kongo laid out by KU ISeuurtigard,-to-wit : The South half of Lot No. throe, moammiig thirty feet front on Maximillian street, by ouo hundred I'aet In depth. Lot*) No. four and five, ineaHuring mu:h «ixt, y feet front, on »aid Htreet, by one liundrcd foot in depth. L o I h N o», »ix and «even, tnoawiring oaoh nixty lect front on Kant Boulevard street, by one hundred foot in depth, and the South half of Lot No. eight, measuring thirty foot, fronton unitl Mtroot, by ono hundred foot In depth, all Kronoh monsivro. IiOta No. live and «ix being corner lota, which property was ad ouired by the prosont niortgager from H. E. Clarko. Upon tho following terni» and condi tions, viz ; Tcrttm of «aie —on a credit of twelve month», tho purchaser furniiihiug Iii« bond with approved »ceurily, hearing eight per cent. interoHt Irotn tho day of sale until paid—mortgage retained on the property «old until litial payment of the bond. ET). COET81NAR1). nept7 Sheriff. 81ateatLanltlaiia-l>iirUli ofKait I In toi. Kouge—Fifth Judicial Di»trict Court— No. 690, Probate—In the matter of tho »uccesBÎon of Ktigono A. Sherburne, do ceattod. |> V virtue of a commission to mo directed 1> from tho UOIlOrabj* tho Jodge of tho Fifth .fudicial l>i»t,rict Court, of tho Pariah and Stato aforesaid, I will oxpoRo to public »ale, at tho Court Hon«« door, in the city of Baton Kongo, on Saturday, the 7(1» or October next, A. D., 1SS5, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,of said day. l»t. A certain tract of land, containing live hundiod acre», known aa tho "Foun tain a Tract," on which tho deceased last resided, with ail tho boildinga and im provements thereon. 2d. j 4 neither tract of land containing five hundred acres, known as tho "Folior Hoir» tract;" bounded North by Fountain» tract; South by Wrjolsidos & Nettles; Kast by Woolsides, and West by Nettles. Upon the following torrns and condi tions, viz : Terms of sale—011 a crodit of twelve months, the purchaser to furnish his bond with approved security, bearing eight per cent, interest from the day of sale until paid—mortgaged rotained on tho riroperty sold until the payment of the bona. Kl). CO USINA KD, sept7 Sheriff. SI ni cul Lou Ulaiia-Parilliof KnHt Uni on Kongo—Sixth, now Filth Judicial Dis trict <!ourt No. 2597—William H. Pike for um ) ol lîobt. E. McHattou vs. Cha». (i. Mcliatton and al trustreo». BY virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to mo directed from tho Honorable the Judge of tho Fifth Judicial District Court, of the 1'arish and State aforesaid, I havo seized and will e*pone to public sale, at tho « 'on rt. House door, in the city of Baton Kongo, 011 Saturday, the 7tli of October next, A. 1)., 1$65, at la o'clock, M., tho following described mortgaged property, to-wit: A certain lot of ground situated in that paît of the city of 'Baton Kouge laid out by the Heirs of Mrs. Edith Devait, deceased, and designated on tho plan thereof as Lot No. ono (1 ) of Siptare No. ton ( 10), meas uring sixty foot fronton Fifth streut, by one hundred and twenty feet in depth on Laurel street, it being a corner lot, and al! French measure, together with »11 the buildings and improvements thereon. Upon the lollowirig terms and condi tions, viz : Terms of salo--On a crodit of twelve months, tho purchaser to fnnieh his bond with approved security, bearing eight per cent, interest from tho day of sale until paid—mortgage retained on tho property sold until payment of the bond. ED. CUU8INAKD, sept7 Sheriff. JVOTICMi. 'IMIE undersigned have renewed their JL Conner Partnemhlp, and will transact busi ness under the name of STEVENS a 8etmüuk, at their old stand, No«. 9®, and 98 Common St., opposite the City Hotel. K. K. STEVENS, Per w. 12. S etmüc«. W. ft. SBYMOUK, Ni.w U hlka M, July 1,1865. ylS PAPER, STATIONERY —AND— FANCY GOODS. Warehouse, Nos. 9li and 98 (lommon St. WFi are now receiving by almost every arrival a larga Ktocit of POINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BLANK BOOK8, STATIONERY of all kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 44 canes CAP and LETTER PAPKR. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATES. 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLINU BOOKS. 160,000 PAPER BAGS,all sizes, from X te 26 lb Ü0MBS, NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, And a general aa&ortraent of FANCY KOOUS. For sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUR, julylS 96 and 99 Common «treet. NEW MAY BUTTER. 1 A FIRKINS Cboic« Tellow, for sal* low to the J.U trade bj aag I'i JOSH DA BXAL. SHERIFF SALES. Hinte of I .«ut >1*11 *— Parish of Kalt Union Kongo—Fifth Judicial District Court No. ?48--Tabitha Kiohardmp, wife, va. .Joshua ß. Aloxaiidor, htmhand. BY virtue of a writ o Ï J'te.ri faoiat to me directed from tlvo Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, ol the 1'arlnh and Htato aforesaid, I have seized and will ox pone to public wale at tho re»i denco of Johlitia ll. Alexander,obotitelovon mil«» from the olty of Baton Rouge, on tho Bayou Kara Road, on Saturday, tho 7th of October next, A. 1).. 186, r ), al. 12 o'clcck M.,the following described proixirty, to wit : A CKKTAIN ÖBOWINW CHÜ1', con aiHtingol' Cotton, and lii> acres of Corn, now on tho plantation of »aid Joshua B. Alex ander, defendant. AI»o, 7 I lead 8HEBF, 40, Head II OCR, 40 Head CATTLE. Seized to pay and aatiafy the writianueA in the abovu entitled numbered cauae. Torma of nalo—-oauli, In U. K. Trea*;iry Notes, with the benefit of appraiaeiaeut. ED. COUSIN AMD? #optU Sherlfl'. Ntatc of I<oiiiMlana—ParliliafEaititaloii Kouge- Fifth Judicial District Court No. 25)7—Leocadie Quedry va. Charles vBuston and ul. BY virtue of a writ of fieri faoiat to me directed from the Honorable tho Jtidgo of lhe Fifth Judicial District Court, of tho 1'arish aud State atoreaaid, Ï have tteized an<l will expose to public mile at the Court 11OUHO door, in the city of Baton Rouge on Saturday- tho 7th of October next, A. D., I86f>, at 12 o'clock, M ., the following property, to-wit: A CKRTAtN L< »T or PARCEL OF (JBOUND, vituatod within the corporation of the city of Baton Rouge, measuring one arpont front on Church etreet or Comité Road, by two arpents in depth, less -20 feet taken on the roar for the street, boundod on the Kast by lands of Mrs. Bates and on the West by lauds now or formerly of S. S. Hall, together with all the buildings and improvotnen ts thereon. Soizod to pay and satisfy tho judgment, interest and cost in tho above suit. Terms of salo -cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. KD. COÜBINABD, «npt'2 Sheriff. Hlateof I.oitlslaiin— Pnrlith of Kaat Ho Ion Rouge—Fifth Juilicial District Conrt— No. 208—Henry L. Wolfe vs. Michel l'oirior, Joseph V. Poirior and Henry V. Babin~»No. 209—Henry L. Wolfe vs. Michel l'oirior, Joseph V. Poirier and Frodoriek Arbour. By viitue of two writs of fitri fa<Âa » to me directed from the Houorable the Judgo of the Fifth Judicial Diatriot Court, of tho Parish and Stato aforesaid,! have soizod and will oxpoi-e to public »ale, at the Court H ouho door, in the city of Baton Rougo, on Saturday, the 7th of October next, A. D., at 11 o'clock, A. ft)., of «aid day tho following described property, to wit * A certain TRACT OF LAND, situated in said Parish, containing one hundred and sixty acres, aud described in the Certificate of Amos Kont, Register of the Land OUU e at Creensburg, as a»uth-we»t quarter of Section sixty-live, ot Township six, south of rungo ono, oast, »ituatod in the Creens burg District. Said Certificate bsaring date 8d September, A. D., 1859. Sei/od to pay and satisfy the writs issued in Lhe above entitled and numbered suits. Terras of salo—-cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSIN ARD, neptS. Sheriff. Kt.nt.eof liOiilnlitiin—I'mluli of IS a «it ISitlon Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court- - N'o. S 14, Probate—dn the matter of the succession of Thomas and Elizabeth Fair, deceased. BY virtue of acoinmission to me directed from tho Honorable the Fifth Judicial District Court, ol the Parish and Stato aforesaid, I will expose to public «a'e at tho residence of tho lato Thomas and Eliza» betli Fair, deceased, on Saturday, the Wtlt of OrUiher next, ]W>5» A certain tract of LAND, containing oigbty-fivo ai res, more or less, situated in this parish, about cloven mile» from tho city of Baton Rougo, on or uoar the Comité River, boundod North by lands of Mo Hatten ; Mouth by lands of Gmuoberg; West by lands of Mrs. Cobb, and East by lands of Valentino, together with all tho buildings aud improvements thereon; also, 8 COWS and CALVES, 1 BUREAU and 2 Head of CATTLE, running at large. On the following terms ana condition«: ■For cash. A.J.BOCAN, soptl2 Deputy Sheriff. SlMteof boiilaianu—Pariah of Kast Bntou Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—« No. 896—Mrs. L. M. Duncan vs. Philip MoHugh—No. 1)91—Jeremiah McHugh vs. Philip McHugh—No. 898—Kezia Ann Sullivan v». Philip McHugh. BY virtuo of throo writs of fitri facia « to :no directed from tho Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, in and for the Paritth and Stato aforesaid, 1 have seized and will expose to public salo at the plantation of the defendant, about nino miles above the city of Baton Rouge, be tween the Bayou Sara Road and the Plank Road, near the Little Plains, in said Par ish, on Saturday, the 7th of October next, A. D., 186à, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the fol lowing described property to-wit: 1st. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, situated in said parish, nine miles above tho city of Baton Rouge, containing one hundred and thirty-five acre«, boundod North by vacant lunds; East by lands of Mrs. Michel; South by thoso of II. R- Gra ham, and on the West by lands of Umbe haßon, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon. ad. Another certain TRACT OF LAND, in said parish, containing forty arpents, adjoining the above described tract on the Fast. ad. Also, all the right, title and interest of said defendant, in and to the following tract of land, to-wit : A certain TRACT OF LAND, situated in said parish, eight miles above Uli« city of Katon Rougo, at the mouth of tho Baton Rougo Bayou, on the Mississippi River, containing three hundred and tnreo acre». Also, the following personal property, to-wit : 25 Head of CATTLE, 20 Head of SHEEP. 6 MULES, 3 MULE WAGONS aud HARNESS, 1 HORSE CART, 1 OX WAGON and Farming Utensils, 10 Head of GOATS, 8 Head of HOGS, more or less, 1 BUGGY and HARNESS. Seized to pay and satisfy the writs issued in the above entitled numbered suits. Terms of sale—cash, in U. S. Treasury Note«, with th« benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINARD, sept2 Sheriff. SHERIFF SALES. Ktaf of l.omlalai» a—Pariah of Kast Baton Rougo—Fifth Judicial District Court No. «3—Nelson Potts vs. W. F. Tun nard -No. 283—Nathan K. Kno* vs. W. H. Tunnard. BY virtue of two writs of fieri facia* to mo directed from the Honorable Judge of the Kifth Judicial District Court, of tn« Parish aud State aforesaid, I havo soiled and will oxpose to public sale at tho Court House door, in the city of Baton Kouge, on Saturday, the 7th of October next, A. I).,188ö, tho following descril>od prop erty, to-wit : A certain LOT or PARCEL of GROUND situated in that part of tho city of Batup Rouge, laid out.by the late Anthony Grass, together with nil th« Imildlngs and itn provameutsthoruon,measuringaixty seven foet front on Levee street by one hundred and thirty feet, on the North side, in depth and one hundred and forty three feet in width on the back line, all French meas ure, and is designated as lot No, 4 in square No. 7. according to a plan thereof, made t>y II. G. Waller, datod 15th De cember, 1849, which property was acquired by the said W, F. Tunnard by reconvey ance from Thomas W. Byrne, per act in the Recorder's office. Seized to pay and satisfy the judgment, interest ana costs in the aoovo suits. . Terms of sale—cash, in U. 8. Treasury Notes, with the benefit ol apprai*em«nt. ED. COUSINARI», septti Sheriff. Ktateofljoulalaitn - Parish of Kast Baton Kouge -Fifth Judicial Dtstrlfit Oourt— No. 4011—Wm. S. Pike vs. R. B. Kiokets. BV virtue of a writ of seizure and salo to me directed from the Honorable tho Judgo of the Fifth Judicial District, of tho Parish aud State aforesaid, I havo seized and will expose to public »ale at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 7th of October next, A.D., 1885, at la o'clock, M., of said day, the tollowing described mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situ ated on tho corner of Main, formerly Church street, In the city of Baton Rouge, containing forty (40) feet front on Church street by one hundred and sixty five (165.1 l'eut in depth on Laurel street, with all the buildings and improvements thereon, cob sisting of a Two Htory frame DWELLING HOUSE, KITCHEN, And other necessary ont buildings. Seized 'o pay and *atiidy the writ issued in the above entitled suit, together with interest and cost. Terms of sale -cash, in U.S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSIN ARD, sept'2 Sheriff. Mnteof IjuuUluiia—Hmlnh iil'ICnul Katoit Rouge -Fifth Judicial District Court No. I7'J--Mrs. Widow Thoriot vs. Bares ,<t Billiard. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facia* to me directed froriv the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of tho Parish and Stale aforesaid, 1 have seized and will expose to public sale, at the resi dence of Bares «fc Billiard, known as the "Sun Colle* House," in the city of Baton Rougo, on Saturday, tho 7th of October next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., the following property, to-wit : 2 BILLIARD TABLES and Fixtures and appurtenances, 20 Cane Bottomed CHAIRS, 1 COUNTER and SHELVING, Largo Bar Room LOOK INC O LAHES. Terms of sale- cash, m U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COU8INARD, aopta Sheriff. Stat« of l.oiilslann — Piit'lHliofHnsI But oil Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 811— Probat« — In 'lie matter of tho succession of John IJ. Cage, deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honorable Judge of tho Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public sale on Saturday, fhe 1 11!) of October uext, A. D., 1865, at 11 o'clock. A. M., of said day, at tho residence on which the deceased last, resided, about fifteen tuiles from the city of Baton Rouge, on the Port Hudson Road, near Black Creek,in said parish, tho following described property, belonging to the above estate, viz : A certain tract or parcel of LAND, con taining ono thousand acres, rnoro or less, embracing the two tracts known as the Rradiord tract and Raoul claim, bounded on the North by tho Perry tract; East by lands owned by tho succession of T. If. Corcoran, and land formerly owned by W. A. Dixon; South by land ot Shelmire, anck West by lands formerly owned by D. 'I'. Young, with all tho buildings and im provements thereon. Upon the following terms and condi tions, to-wit: For cash. septH Kl). COUSINAICD, Shoritl. Stat r of I <on lalnna— Parlait of Knut lint on Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 778, Probate—In the matter of the sucoession of John T. Fairchild, dee'd. BY virtue ot a eommiwiou to me directed from the Honorable Judgo of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose at poblio sale ON MONDAY,'rati 25 th Of BKPPKMUEK NKXT, A. I)., 1965, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the residence on which the deceased last re sided, about twenty-seven miles from the city of Baton Rouge, on Sandy Creek, in said parish, the following described prop erty bolongiiig to the above estate, viz : A certain tract of land containing about two hundred and sixty acros, more 6t less, bounded North and East by public land«; South by school lands, anil West by Nen eom and public lands. Also, the following personal property, viz : 1 BAY MARE, 8 SPANISH PONIES, 125 HEAD OF HOGS, more or less, 100 HEAD OF CATTLE, more or less, marked—a swallow fork and uuder bit in the right ear and upper slope and under bit in the left ear; upon the fol lowing terms and conditions, viz : The'uiovable property to be sold for cash, in currency. The land to be sold payable aa follows : One-fourth cash and the bal ance in one and two years' credit from the day of sale, with mortgage retained until final payment. EI). COUSINARD, aug26 Sheriff. VICTOR'S ZR,E S T^Xm^-lsrT THK PUBLIC" ARK, hereby respectfully in formed that they can be accommodated with Board, at the above Restaurant, eitvatedon Lafa yette «treet, at the rate of $N per week. Thin will include two meala a day. Kvery attention and car® will be given to the coro tort of gueata. Fîiymbnt nuit be mad» weekly julyMf VICTOR CAL VA it AL . SUCCESSION SALE StateofLottlalaitft— Parlai) of Kaat Union Kouge—Fifth Judioiai District Court - No. 810—Probate—lo th« matter of the suooessioa oflleriry Droz, deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to mo directed from tho Honorable the JudK" of the Fifth Judicial District Court, i»i and lor the Parish and State aforesaid, I will oxpose to public sale, at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 21st of October next, A. D. löti.'i, at 11 o'elook A- M., ol said day, tho following described property, to-wit : 1st. A certain tract or parcel of LAND, lying and being in the Parish of East Ba ton Rouge, on tha Amite River, and about fifteen and a half miles from the City of Baton Kouge, bounded oiytho North by lands of Dr. G. W. Dearitig; East by tho Amite River; South by the heirs of Wemly Chambers, und West by publie lauds, con taining six hundred and thirty acres, more or less, together with all thè building», Improvements and appurtettanees there unto belonging. 2d. 50 head of CATTLE, more or less. 50 head of HOGS, more or less. I HORSE CART. 1 PLOW and GEAR. 1 HARROW. 3d. Fractional purt of Square No. 30» bounded on the Last by Ht. Charles aud Peno Albert streets on tho West; South by Europe, and North by Franco streets, m that part of the city laid out, bv tho late Eli Beauiegard, with all tlui building thereunto attached, consisting of a good DWELLING HOUSE, KITCHEN and all other necessary out buildings. 4th. Acertain LOT ofGKOL'ND,situated in that part of the City of Baton Rouge, laid out by Llie Beauregard, and designat - ed on tho ill an thereof as Lot No. 6 of Square No. oti, being the same acquired by Emile Droz, at Sheriff sale, made at the suit of Elie Beauregard and al. vs. Ja« k Beanrftgard and John M. IlBck. S th. A certain LOT of GROUND, situa ted iu that part of tho City of Baton Rouge, laid out by Elle Beauregard and désignât od on the plan thereof as Lot No. t> in Square No. 23. Terms of Sale—Cash in Treasury Notes. A.J. BOGAN, scptlß Doputy Sheriff. LEGAL NOTICES. Stull- of Louisiana- Parish of Kast Baton Rottge--Fifth Judicial District Court Succession of lienry Gushing. WHEREAS, Mrs, Bridget Cushing, of said parish, has this day filed with the Clerk of said Court art application praying to be appointed Administratrix of the succession of Ilenry Cusbing. deceased. Now, tbeiefore, notice is hereby given to all persons interested, to file their rea sons ( if any they haVe,) with the Clerk of said Conrt, at his office, in the oity of Buton Rouge, within ten days from the first pub lication of this notice, why said applies tion should not be granted. Witnesa my hand and the seal of ssid Court this thirty-first day of August, lStti. sept2-pd JOS. NEPIILER, Clerk. St at* of Louisiana—Pariah of Kast llaton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. S;52--Suocession of Edward Coleman. WHEREAS, Mrs. Mary Eliza Coleman has this day filed in said Court her application to be appointed Administratrix of the succession of Edward Coleman, de ceas d. Notice is hereby given to all petaons in terested to show cause (if any they have,) within ten days from the iirat publication of this notice, why said application »houlil not be granted. Oivttti under my hand ami the seal ol said Court this thirty-first day of August, A. J)., I860. JOS. NEPIILER, aept2 Clark. State of LtouiaUuia— Parish of Kast Ha ton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 818—In the matter of the succession of Caleb W. Dortch. WHEREAS, Nicholas B. Rermingham has this day filed with the Clerk of said Court, hi* application to be appointe«! Administrator of tho succession ot Caleb W. Dortch. Now, therefore, Notice is hereby given to all parties interested to file their reasons (if any they bave) in writing, with tha Clerk of said Court, at his office, in the city of Baton Rouge, within ten days after the first publication of this botico, why said application should not be granted. Witnexs my hand and the seal of said Court, this thirtieth day of August, A. D., lS6n. JOS. NEPIILER, aept2 Clerk. ütateof lioulslana—Pariah of Kost Ilu ton Ronge —Fifth Judicial Distriot Court No. 818- Succession of Jehu Perkins. WHEREAS, Henry Perkins, of said Paish, ha* thia day filed with the Clerk of »aid Court, bis application to be appointed Administrator of the Succession of John Perkins deceasod. Now, therefore, Notice is hereby given to all persons interested to file their rea sons (if any they have,) in writing, with the Clerk of said Court, iu the city of Ba ton Rouge, within ten days from the first publication of this notice, why said appli cation should not be granted. Witness my hand and the impressof the seal of said Court this 2Cth day of August, A.D., 1865. L. ALLAI N, aug26 Deputy Clerk. State otXoul*l*n a—Parlait of Kast Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 3fil--Fsnny R. Halliday, wife, vs. John C.Cray, her huaband—Judgment J illy Ilth, 1865. IN this case the judgment by default en tered against the above-nauiod defend ant not having boon set ar.ide, and upon a final hearing of this case the testimony adduced on the part of the plaintiff freely sustaining ail the allegations set forth in petition, and the law being in favor of said plaintif and against defendant, It is hereby ordered, adjudged and decreed that the said Fanny R. Jlalliday be henceforth aud forever separated from Led and board from her said husband, John C. Cray: that she be recognized as sole owner in her own right of the tract of land, stock of horses, cattle, farming utensils and furniture, claimed and set forth in her said petition, and further, that she have the sole and whole control and custody of her said mi nor children, Mary Jane Cray and Fanny Cray, issue of her said marriage with the defendant, John C. Cray. Signed in open Court this 21»t day of July, 1895. (Signed) R.T. POSEY, Judge Fifth Judicial District. A true copy of the original on file in my office. JOS. NEPIILER, Clerk July 24th, 1845. aug24 GrKASS HOPE, M'tow KAnex ami Brooms. 'I'O save time and money, or buy a new X lliaoiu, etil at tfa* atoia of jaljl in JUUHVA MÂi..