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M issoubianh in B razil *—A letter from Rio Janeiro, of AngURt 8th, to the Now York Herald, say»: The Missouri emigrant* have pro ceeded to Paranagua, in the province of Parana, there to form a neuclfiuof a Bort of American colony. They may expect to find some sympathy for their pro-slavery »«ntiments ; but in thi» they will be mistaken, and will find that Brazilians look upon slavery as a great evil, but an institution that cannot be suddenly done away will). Several plans bave been projected for gradual abolition, but none have been Vet adopted, and it is to b» hoped that it will take place without the violence which mutual antagonism brought about in the United State*. The culture of cotton does not pro grem as predicted. A gentleman, who resided on the estate of Jeff. Davis two years as physician, commenced on a small scale a few miles from Rio, hut has abandoned it in favor olaugar, as being more remunerative. However, there are districts where cotton will have the preference, far into the inte rior where it. will be m ide into coarse goods, (or the manufacture of which American madtinery will be some day in good demand. 17 Several of our citizens re turned last week from n vieil to the fîreat Sunken Lake, situated in the Cascade mountains, about 7/5 miles northwest from Jacksonville. This lake rivals the famous valley of Sin bad the Sailor. It is thought to av erage 2000 feet down to the water all round. The walls are almost per pendicular, running down into the water and leaving no beach. The depth of the water is unknown, and it« surface is smooth and uuruflled, as it lies so far below the surface of the mountain that the air currents do not affect it. Its length is esti mated at 12 miles, and its width at 10. There is an island in the centre, having trees upon it. No living man ever has, and probably ever will, be able to reach the water's edge. It lies silent, still and mysterious in the bosom of tlie "everlasting hills," like a huge well scooped out by the hands of the giant genii of the mouutaiuH, iu the unknown agea gone by, and around it the primeval forests watch and ward are keeping. The visiting party fired a rifle several times into the water, at an angle of forty five degrees, and were able to note several seconds of time from the report of the gun until the ball struck the water surface. Such Seems incredible, but is vouched for by some of our most reliable citizens. The lake is certainly a most remark able curiosity.— Jacksonville (Ore gon) Sentinel. CT No bank clerk on the salary of a thousand dollars a year goes to bis bank as regularly, or works as many hours as William B. Astor, who counts up his forty millions. His little one story office, a step or two from Broadway, on Prince street, with its iron bars, making it resem ble a police prison, is the den where be performs his daily toil, and out of all Iiis wealth and labor gets only "his victuals and clothes." He at tends personally to all his business, knows every dollar of rent or income t hat, is to become due, pays out every dollar, make bis entries in his own band and obliges bis subordinates to come to him for information while he does not go to them. He generally comes down in the omnibus at an early hour of the day and remains closely absorbed iu business until five o'clock. lie rarely takes exer cise, and finds bis pleasure in the closest attention to business. A friend of mine rode to Washington with him in the same car from New York. He neither spoke nor got out of his seat, and hardly moved, from Jersey City to Washington. He usually leaves bis office at five o'clock and walks slowly up Broad way to Lafayette place. He is over six feet high, heavily built, with a decided German look, small hazy eyes, as if he was half asleep, head round as a pumpkin and about as destitute of hair. He is exceedingly hospitably, and in the "season" gives a dinner to bis friends weekly, at which the richest viands on serv ices of gold and silver are presented by liveried servants to his guests.— N. Y. Corres. Journal. I mportant I ndian T reaty .—A St. Loum dispatch, of October 2d, con taius the lollowing intelligence: A special dispatch from Lawrence, Kansas, to the Democrat, says an important treaty was concluded with the Oage Indians one hundred mile» south of thi» place, on Friday last. They cede ono million acres of land, for which the United State» Govern ment pay «100,000. The right» of sotilera are protected by the treaty, FURNITURE! CABINET MAKING, TJ INT IDEIVT A. KIINTGI,, PARLOR, OFFICE AND COOKING STATES, alloc ERIKS, <&u. % ê JOHN L. WÖLK?, reepoolfully »n naunnm. that ho hid resamwl bust neu hl» ulil stauü, corner i if Main '»nd Penitentiary (or Save tb) "tr> et'< Ratal Kong», I.» , where has, »nil *111 continue to keep on burnt a good assortment of FAMILY OttOCKRtKo ; llkewl«», a variety of eiBellent FURNITUSK, Parlor,Offlwand Oooklng tTOV KS, to all which he nek* the att»"tlon of the public. He I d also prepared to attend with promptness and dispatch to uTery spsrlas of work counseled wlih hin business at Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. IM«**« gfr« htm ft cull und exftwiu» Iii« varied burnetii «took. A liburai «hart! of «npourair-meMt «tid aopport I« reipertfully nolicltvd from his old frlfttiri» aod th» public generally, seplüH-tf Julius Oruneberg, PI AND-MAKE It, TONB8 A REPAIRS PIANOS, MRLODEON8, kf. T (ING exporlence in my own • t manufacturetn Ci uMia.enableBlV'| tT | in» to do th» moat difficult work, at * * ™ It K A n O IV A II i. K T K II l»I H . §30" Written orders to be left at Mr. Joshua Real's llook Store, or at Mr. Goldmantt's. jun»24~Cmo«. FRE8H CHACKKHH, Cheese, Dried Peaches, See., 3 BOXES BOIJA CRACKERS, 2 Holen Mutter Cracker*, 2 •* HtiRar 1 Ï " Cream Itiscuit, ï " (jlnft»r Snaps, G " Hamburg Cheese. t llarrel New Dried Peached, i " Oarolioa Rice, 1 Tierce -u«ar Owed Hams, 10 Utaes Pro tor ft Umoblu's German Soap, 10 Hones Star Cai dies, 10 Firkins Table Butl»r, 10 Barrels Meslianock Potato»», 136 Bag« Choice bit« Dorn. Just rrcetved and for sale by sepl30 JOSHUA ME A t.. To ttnilüers AMD PROPERTY HOLDERH. TO facilitate alt who may o'»?i temple te ballrlltiK or repairing tholr property, I um prepared to : «çpite and QU any «rder» for tur-h building mate riel» un lire not tnunlly kept ntt hand here for *ftK f*urhaRSLATK,Vm,K8. DK' H8KU FLO Ht IN<J OKI LINO, Ktc., and ut a very «mull per cent age aboveeoet. And will keep o' band, liUMBKK. BKICR.UMIC, RHINGLKH, (JEMKNT, PLA8LKR PAR18, FLA8TK1UNW LATUS nod llAlK. with Mir h other mate«inlii «• »nay be oalled or in con nection therewith. \ will alun «( tend to making out HI?!» of lumber and other material*, and will personally «»p. rln tei.d the erection of any building«, or the con traction »f any work In cor neotion with the HulMlng Department, on reasonable term». a u g'iö JAM KB Mo V A Y, B u Uder. Carpenter's and Joiner's Shop. TN this department Mr. H arrison T homm will I have the charge and control of the work, whose promptness of execution and »uperior workman ship, la well known Miiildinita erected and te paired. Htorew and Mulooti* Qfted np in the neat eat style. Water Clsteru» ot any desired capacity, and of the bes» material and workmanshi p fur nlnhed to order. And all other work In th® line promptly attended to,at the ahop on Third streut, opposite New Theatre. ausfïo-tf AT BEAI/S. Linne, (MTU, PORK, BACÜlt, Ar. 600 bushel« OATS. 26 biirrels pouk. 26 .. (Jape I.I ME, 2500 lbs. BACON, 25 bbla. Large, New Meshanock POTATORS, 16 .. Choice ONIONS, 60 bales 11AY, 600 bushels Choir, Whit« CORN, 60 bblv CLOlItt, Ju^t stored and lor sale at the lowest current market ratea. aept2 J oshua ubal. BEAL'S : 60 Barrel« Single Kxtra PLOUR. 10 .. MKSSPORK. 1 ffogihrad Kxtra HUM AR. JC Gross P. A M. YKA8T POWDKRH. Jost arrived and for sale at »oderate prices. MUSIC! MUSIC!! j^lfKKT MÜHIC, far Piano at New Orleans prices. Acrordeonp, I' lutes. Violins, flageolets, Klfns and Patent Fife Tube«, Violin and Guitar Wrings, at PKAl.'B BOOK ANI> VA KI BT Y STORK, asp to Cor. Third and Convention fits. (JCHU0L BOOKS, io PKNOILS, stationery , PKNS, INKS, SI.ATKS, FANOr 00008, NOTIONS, Ac, JOSHUA IIB Ala. For sale by — * ———- #i MACARIA ! Iljr author of lleulah. with a beautiful steel plate engra»in(( of the authorras. MAUI a N GRKY--By Mrs. Hosmer. Mrs. Hale s, Miss Le lie's, Widdifi.-ld's and Frawcat. IU'» COOK BOOKS. A good assortaient of BLANK BOOKS,cheap, at JOSUUA RIAL'S, Sign of the "Red Flag," seplB Cor. Third and Confection 8ts. AT NEW ORLEANS PRICES! 20 DOZKN WATHR PAILS, 10 Doien WASHBOARDS, 10 Nasti KKKLCRS, 6 .. PAINTBD TUBS, 2 Boxes ROLLING PtNS, 1 Hoi CLOTHES PINS, Tb» aber» goods are direct from the manafac tort. and for aal » to dealtri at N*w 1 rleana prices. aepl26 JOSHttABKAL. BUY YOUR BARREL MEATS AT BEALft.—Present prices! FULL MKSS PORK—Henry Ames A Co., Packers, price. ....... .. $11600 PltîMK M ESS PORK. Cincinnati City Picked. ■ ............ 82 00 The aboT» Meats ar« full weight and "New Crop " Ouaratiteed 111 itery particular. ,»ptT JOSHUA BEAL. Superior Pantry Flour. f)£ DARRELS superb pastry Flour—will suit the moat faatidloiu— now io atore aad for tale by Julyl JOSHUA BKAL Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran & Lime. Â SUPPLY of the above-named articles, naaaily •• hand and for aala by J«1 7 1 JOSHUA B»AL. CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! JUST recel red from N»w Tork, and for aal» at LOW PRICKS, • larg« Riaortment of CALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. F. OTTO, »ugî6-tf Oornar Third and Laurel Stf. €orn ! Corn ! ! Kfk 8ACK8 CORN. JuM rfcelted »nd tiU for aal» by julyl tf N. WAX. Near th« Court Iloaia. Clear Sides! 2 000 LU8 CLEAK SIUES - Jn,t julyl reaaleed and for aala by SI. W*I, Near thaCourt II»aae, Oats aod Bran. SUPPLIES io m««» th« demands of pur chaser« Jaat ra»»ifad asd for sala by N. WAX. j(ilyl«tf Naar thaOnart lloasa. Sugar Cored Hams. 9 TIE ROES SUGAR-CURED HAMS O lust rrcalrad and far aala by W. WA*, Jalyl-tf Waar the Court Ileasa. Flour! Flour!! KA BBS. KLOUR. Just received and »JU for sala by I«. WAX, julyl tf Naar th» Court Ilona». Wall Paper I Wall Paper ! ! Ill (Ulli R0IjT 'B WALL PAPER, I "^'""'1 »( tb» finest patterns. On baud and for sala by O JAHBS HrVAT, Jalyl-tf Oppesite the La. Stata Hank. Butchers' and Counter Scalen. THE BfciBTIN MARKET. B u TCUXKS IAV9 and KMIVBS. STIIIJI and Cl.lATiltB. Just racalrad, and fsr sale by Jnlylt-tf JA ME# HsTAT. POT-WARfi. OviNI, POTS and sÎTl LIITS. ODD LIDS, ef all alaaa—a Baa ais«rtaest. Just recaiead, aad tai aata by July2Z—tf JAHBI W»VAY, 8AW8 ANI> AXES. I UTTt-K'S A ROWLAND'S OBOBS-ODT SAWS WOOD SAWS and SAW BUCKS. COLLINS' AX HS. SHI NOLI NO and LATH INS HATCH ITS. Just received, and f»r aala by july22~tf JA MKS HrVAT. Window Shade» ! Window Shades !! A LA ROE and ohoio« assortment of varioua patter»». JAMKS MfVAT, julyl-tf Opposite the La State Bank. KICK, BEANS, Potatoes, Dried Apples, kt, IpOR sale in small qnantiti«*, by julyl JUitllVA !UCAT,. Oats and Bran! JpUI.[, eupplien of tlia above articles, jnlyl-tf Just, received aad for aile by J. J. IMISDAS* Cor. Main and l.eree His. CHOICE KXTRA FLOUR. W mora barrels of tl ■ ed and for sala by APkW mora barrels of tb» bast la market, Jast s lor julyi7 JOSHUA fl H A !.. 100 Corn! Corn!! julyl-tf SAOKtJOOKN. J ant received and for aal« by J, J. DUND iÄS, Cor. Wa n aod Leva» Bts. TOBACCO I TOBACCO!t AFINB assortment of CHKWINO and SMOK ING TOBACCO, In atora, aad for sale by eeptf JOSHUA BKAL, MORE BUTTER. IUST received i.notbar lot of New May Butter— r! retail price ouiy iß aenta. july'n JOSHUA BKAL. Flour I Fresh Flour! UBLS. FLOUR. Just received and I O for sale by J. J. UtiRDA»«, Julyl-tf Cor. Main and Levae Sta. MUINGLKN, FOUR FOOT BOAROS AMD PICKETS. 'PIIK undersi(ner) bens leave to Inform th»ettl 1 acna of Raton Koiifa, that he Is now prepared to f)!l orders for SlllROLKH, Kult If FOOT BOA HU* A NO PtCKKTS. Made of good sound Cypress. Orders left si tlia f lBc» of th» Oaaetta A Cnoixt, will meat wltb immediate attention aug'JlMui OOTAYK ARBOUR. Tobacco! Tobacco!! A LA KO K lot of th» beat brands ofUUSWINO TOI1AOCO, each al— MÀCKIUACK, MAT APPLB, NATURAL LRAJ, Juat received and for aale by F. OTTO, augZiMf Corner Third and I.sural Sts. Salt! Salt!! PLANTERS in want of Salt can make it to tbair interest t» purchase of jalyl JOSHUA BEAL. Oats, Sugar Cured Joles, RUMP PORK AND BUTTER. A SMALL supply of the above-named artioiea just stored and for aala at moderate pli««! by jaiye JOSHUA BKAL. MESS PORK, Baton, Sugar, 4V TIIK leading articles of Produce and Gro ceries id ns» In famill»» aad on plantations esn be bad at tba stora of julyl JOftHUA BKAL. For Sale at a Great Bargain, THS LRASI, fURNTIURK, BILLIARD TA blea, and Bar Raoaa rixtarea of the Haruay MBS. O OVIKROOKIK. House of this etty. sept2R-tf SOMETHING NEW. T)I8TQUALITY ILLUMINATING AND LÜBRI D OATIKO COAL OILS, In I aad IU (allsa Pat. act »afety OMa. PrlH« SaaCarata. au S H JOSHCA BIAU PAPER, STATIONERY —AWD* FANCY GOODS. W areho use , No s . 96 and 98 Common St, w 1 E are now receiving b j almoit trar y arrival a larga stock of PstlNTINCI, WRITINO AND WBAPPINfl PAPKK, PAPltR BAOB, BLANK BOOKS, •T AXIOM BRt of all kinfe * AM fèVÛt WOODS. Itaeaivad per steamer Kveolng Star and ahlp Freedom— 44 twnsCAF and LRTTRR PAPK*. «0 reams 0OTT0!« SAMPUNO PAPKR 1» oases SCHOOL SLAT**. , 1 S00 *o*en WRBHTBK'S RPBLLU<ft BOOKS i 60,000 PA PK it BAOS, all slaea, frnm X t» M fc 00MBS, NIBDLBS, PINS, TOOTH BRUIHIB, Aad a (aaaral assortment of FANCY UDODI. For aala at reduced prices. STBVBNS k SEYMOUR, julyl* si and OS Common street. NOTICE. TUR undersigned bAve renewed their former Partnership, and *111 transact busi ness under the name of STKVKNS A BKTMOVR. at their old etand, Nos. »«, and 91 Cosamea St., opposite th« City Hotel. E. R. STEVCNS. Par W. B. K itmoib. W. B. SEYMOUR. Ni» Oai.aAat, Jniy 1,18B6. ylS DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Till undersigned Vary reepecttally Infrme, his friends and acquaintance! and the public at large, that he has purchased tba Ifrug store, situated on Af.lea street, below tue jail, and formerly balonfln* to V. HET7DB Se OO. I have no» on band a full aad complete assart neat of FRESH DRUGS, Patent Mrdiefnei, Stationery, Perfumery WINK« a ND LIQUORS, o» tb* bebt quality. I have as m» employee, PAUL BBrtSY, wba has served In the Uru« business fnr aewnte«» y «irr«, and well known lo be a compete»« ItrvqyM by tue Physicians of this city, Alse, Mr JOHN McKINI.KY, Who has been In said ervlce for the pest eenen ytart. They will b« found behind my counters and at the I'resrilptlon Department re dy and willing to attend to the wants of those who f«el disposed te favor -ne with a call. Night calls for prescriptions promptly allendrd to. I return mj hearifelt thanks to my friande and acquaintance« and Phyticiam mpuririlly, for the kind and liberal patumage iher hav» oestowed upon me I re pecifully solicit e cofttlnuenae ef the same and guarantee general satlsfscHon. augS J. K. T. HAYNES. GRASS HOPE, JPlow FAnett and Broom». 1X> Have time and money, or buy a new Broom, call at the store of julyl JOSHUA BKAL. r j^IN WARE," CROCKBRY WAR«, WOODEN WARB. For sale by JVLIVI C. BOtiEL, SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Louiainna— Parish of East Baton Kougo— Filth Judicial District Court No. 457--Robert Wortham vb . Addison Biirrie. BV VIKTUEof a writ of reinireand aale t.o me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial Diatrict Court of the Parish and State aloreaaid, I have aoizod and will ezpoeo to public aale of the Court Uoues door, in the city ef Ba ton liouge on Saturday, the Ith of November next, A.D., 1R6S, et 12 o'clock, M., of »aid day, the following doacribed mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : A certain tract of LAND or PLANTA TION, »ituated in the Pariah of East Baton Kooge, at about nine tnilee from the city of Baton Hougo, containing eight hundred acres, (800,) more or lea», with all the buildings and improvementa theraon, bounded as follow« : On the North by Lively, Kollarand public lands, and South by lands formerly belonging to Hanry < aatle, now owned by 8. B. Perkins; East by land* of Jesse and James Morgan, and on the West by land* of Widow Wataon. being the samo purchased by Cntrer ana Harrison, at Sheriff* sale, at tba suit of Maria E. Woodward, wife, vs. N.J. W. Wortham, hitsband, No. 1148,lata Sixth, now Fifth District Court. Seized to pay and satiafy the writ issoed in the above entitled suit, together with interest and costs. Terms of sale caab, in U. 8. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUdINAKD, octî Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of Pointe Cou pee—Seventh Judicial District Court No. 20fi- Probate—In the matter of the succession of Jules Landry, deceased. DY VIRTUE of a commission to me di IJ reeled trorn the Honorable Seventh Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expos* to public suie, at the Court House door, in th* city of Baton Rouge, on Tuesday, the 7th of November nest, A. D., 1865, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day. 1st. A cortain tract or parcel of LAND, situated on St. Charles atre*t, in th* oity of Baton Rouge, measuring aeventy-flve feet. (French measure,) more or less, front on St. Ciiarloi street, by sixty-nine feet six and three quarter inches, more or lea«, (French measure,) in depth, with th* building* and improvement* thereon, be ing the South half of the oorner lot, and numbered ten (10.) of Square four (4,) Leonard Town, aa surveyed by Messrs. Waller; part of Lot No. twelve (18) and Lot No. eleven (11,) of Square four, being the same property purchased by said d* ceased from Therese Soniat, by act of aal* before William Hubbs. Keoorder, May SStb, I860, in Book S., Folio, 283,0 1 Notarial Acts. T*rma or sal* sash, io D. S. Treasury Notes. A. J. BOGAN. ootT Caput/ Bberif, msssssssBsaasÊ^ss^ SHERIFF'S SALES. Stata of Lculaiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge— Fifth Judicial District Court No. 461 -Pi*e tit Hart va. Hart and Brad ford A Co. BY VIRTUE of a writ of seljtnra and aala to medireoted from the Honora- bla the Fifth Judicial District Court,of the Pariah and State aforesaid, 1 have seised •lid will expose to public sale at the Court House door ia the city of Baton Rouge on Saturday, the 4th of November next, A. D.. 18(15, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : A pertain piece or pnrcel of ground, situ ated in that part of the city of Baton Rouge, laid out Into lots by Messrs. Pike de Hart, and described In a plat here ex hibited as lots numbered from 10 to 89 inclusive. Said pint and survey made by Wrn. Ü. Waller, Survoyor and Civil Engl near, dated July, 18*10, und bounded North by old Spanish Town street; South by North stroot; East by Conul street, and WestbyElam street, and measure» two hundred arid filly (250) feet front on said North street, by seven hundred and seven teen feet to said old Spanish Town street, between parallel and equal lines, English measure. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the abovo entitled suit, together with intereat and costs. Term» of sale—cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benetlt of appraisement. ED. COUSIN A HI>, oct2 She!*!#. Slat.e of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge —Fifth Judicial District Court No. J570--Samuel Haralson vs. John C. Foreman and Nancy Foreman. BY VIRTUE of a writ of fitn fanas to m» directed from the llonorablo the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of tii* Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sals at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 4th of November next, A. D., 18B6' at 12 o'clock, M., of »aid day, th* following described mortgaged prop arty, to-wit : A certain tract or parcel of LAND, situ ated in this parish, on Bayou Mnnuhau, about fourteen miles trom the city of Ba ton Rouga, containing six hundred and ninety-six (896) arpent», more or leas, bounded on the North by lands formerly belonging to Prendoriraat (now Munaur;) Weit by lands of Willis; Last by lands of Hereford, and South by Bayou Manchac, together with all the buildings and im provements thereon Seized to pay anil satisfy the writ iaaued in tha above entitled suns, together with the interest and costs. T*rms of sale oash, in U. S. Treasury Not**, with the benefit of appraisement! ED. COUSIN A HD, octî Sheriff. State of Louisiana--Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court - No. 877—Probate—In the matter of the succession of Roland McCullom, deo'd. BY VIRTUE of a commission to tn* directed from the Honori ble Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Pari«h and State aforesaid, 1 have seized and will expose to public sale on Saturday, the 2Sth of October next, A. D., 18Î5, at 12 o'clock, M., on the plan tation where the deceased last resided, about thirteen miles irom thooily of Baton Rouge, on 'be Jones Creek Road, in said parish, th* following descried properly, belonging to »aid estate, to-wit : A certain tract or parcel of LAND, con taining six hundred and forty (B40) acre», bounded North by lands Of Wm.S. Pik ; West by Br'igilen, Henry and Mrs Ailain; South by Philli|*and Lacey; East by Har ris and Sims, together with all the build ing» and improvement,» thereon. Also, th* following personal property, to-wlt: 4 MULES, 5 PONEYS. 1 CARRIAGE, 1 WAGON, 2 Yoke* of OXEN, Stock of CATTLE and ÏIOOH. Blacksmith TOOLS, Farming UTENSILS on hand, and Household and Kitchen FURNITURE. Upon the following terms and condi tions, to-wit : For cash. A.J. BOGAN, aept28 Deputy Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Roug*—Fifth Judicial District Court— ho. 759—Probate—In the matter of the succession of Stephon, Roberts,deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me dl dirccted from the Honorable the Fifth Judicial District Court, in the above suc cession, I will proceed to sell on Monday, the 30ih of October next, A.D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., at the resi dence on which the doceased Isst resided, about ten miles from t.he city of Baton Rouge, on the Comité River Ist. Acertain tract of LAND, situated in aiiid parish, at about ten miles from the the oity of Baton Rouge, on the Comité River, containing live hundred and ten acre», (Mount Lane,) with all the build ings and improvements, consisting *f 1 DWELLING and out houses, 60 acres open LAND,on the above tract, bounded North by M . Youngblood; East by F. Bradford; South by Mrs. Huaby and We*tby Daniel Sullivan. 2d. Another tract of LAND, »Ituated in aaid parish, on tb* Comité Hiver, contain ing seven hundred acres, ( Home Place,) with improvement», consisting of HOUoE, STABLES and yUAHTERS, two hundred acreaof open LAND, on said tract, bounded N irth by Awhford; East by T H. Montgomery; South by Jackson Slb by, and We*tby the Comité River and Swamp. 8d. Another tract, of LA ND, (unimprov ed,) containing forty two aero», on the South aid* of the Comité River, opposite Home Place; East by the Comité River; South by the Comité Rivor, and West by Kollation. Also, a lot of PKRSONAL PROPERTY, consiating of ST<iCK, Ac., upon the fol lowing term» and condition», to-wit: For oash, in U. S. Treasury Notes. ED. COUSIN ARD, gep' 32 Sheriff. Plaster of Paris J Plaster of Paris !l 5BBL8. PLASTER OF PAKI8. Ju»t r»e»tved, and for sale hy .iVMBR MeVAV, jalyl-tf Opposite the La. Btat* Raak ( orn Meal, Grits and Crushed Corn. THE »bot« artioiea manufactured by jalyl JOSHUA BKAL. T .TARWEB8 ft SADDLERY. JLJL My praeeat assortment Is complete JolylS JULIÜ8 0. BOOKL. HAY AND BRAN I 0OOD npplr la »ter»—prie»« r»duc»a. *»,m jcxmoa BBAU 'S SALES. ■tat«ofl<attialrfti4—PaMati of Kasl tlhfn.i Rouge— Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 810 -Probata-- In tha matter of tho »uooesstofi of H ort r y Drox, deceancd. BY VIRTUE of a commission to ma directed from tha Houorabla the Judge of tlia Fifth Judicial District Court, in *tid for tha Pariah and Stata aforesaid, I will expose to public ai le, at the Court Ilouso door, in tba oity of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the |lst of October next, A. D. 1895,at It O'clock A. M., oi »aid day, the following described property, to~wit : 1st. A certain root or parcel of LAND, lying and being in ihe Parish of East Ba ton Rouge, on the Amite River, and about fifteen and a half mile» from the City of Balon Rouge, bounded on tho North by lands of Dr. G. W. Deariiig; Ea*t bv the Amite Rivor; South by the hoir» of Westly Chambers, and West by publlo lands, con taining alx hundred and thirty aores, mors or lesa, together wltb all tho bullding», improvements and appurtenance» there unto belonging. Sd. 50 head of CATTLE, moro or leg#. 60 head Of HOGft, moro or less. 1 HORSE CART. 1 PLOW and GEAR. 1 HARROW. Id. Fractional part of Square No. 8«, bounded on the East by St. Charles and I'ene Albert streets on the West; South by Europe, and North by Franco stroot», in that part, of tho oity laid out by the lata other necessary out buildings. 4th. A certain LOT of GROUND, situated In that oart of tho City of Baton Rouge, laid out by EHe Beauregard, and designat ed on the plan thereof a» Lot No. t> of Square No. US, being the name aoouired by Emile Drox, at Sheriff salo, made at the suit of Elle Beauregard and al. v». Jack Beauregard and Jo*hn M. Back. 5th. A certain LOT of GROUND, situa ted in lhat part of tho City of Baton Rouge, laid 0 'it by Ell« Beauregard and designat ed on the plan thereof as Lot No. 5 In Square No. 88. Term* ol Sale—Cash in Troa»ury Note». A.J. BOGAN, eept'8 Deputy Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District UourL— No. 709—In the matter of the »ucccssioa of Dahiel Buckley, deceased. BY virtue of »commission to mo directed from the Honorable the Judge Ol th« fifth Judicial District Court, of tliu I'arieh and Stat* aforesaid, I will expose to public aale, at the Court House doof, in the city of Balon Hougo, on Haturday, the 21st of October next, A. Ï),, 1888, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of »aid day. A certain lot of ground situated ih that part of the city of Baton Rougo, laid out by the late Edith Devall, aud designated on the plan thereof as lot No, eleven of square No. twelve, with all tho buildings and improvements thereon, having a front of sixty feet on Church street, by one hun dred and fifty feet Iß depth, French measure. A certain lot of ground situated In that iiart of the o'ty of Baton Rouge, laid out by the late Mrs. Edith Devall, and desig nated on the plan Ihereof I S lot No. ono. ®f square No. twelve, measuring sixty feet Iront on Church atfoet by one hundred and twenty feet on St. Hypolite sireet, with the buildings and Improvement» thereon. Term» of »alt— oash, In U. S. Treasury Note». ED. COUS1NA HD, aept2l. Sheriff. Mt*ter>r>,otlteli<»M- t'nrleli nfKeal II» ton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court - No. 282— Neieon Pott« v«. W,F. Tun nard—No. 288—Nathaii K. Kuox v». W. F lunoafd. BY virtue of two writs of fieri farirti to me directed from the Honorable Judgo of the Fifth Judiolal District Court; of the Parish and Slate aforesaid, 1 have seined and will expose to public sale at the Court House door, In the city of Baton Hotl((e, on Saturday, tho 14th of Nov. next, A D., 1385. tho following described prop erty, to-wit : A certain LOT or PARCEL of GROUND situated in that part of the city of Baton Rouge, laid otitby the late Anthony Grass, together wltb all the buildings and itn provemeets thereon, measuring sixty seven iuet front on Levee street by ono hundred and thirty feet, on the North side, in rlept h and one hundred and forty three feet In width on the back line, all French meas ure, and is designated aa lot No. 4 in square No. 7, aCO /rdlng to a plan t,hereof, made by H. <fe G. Waller, dated 1 fit h De cember, 1849, which property wa» acquired by the »aid W.F. Tunnard by reconvey ance from Thoma» W. Byrne, per act in the Recorder'» office. Terms of »ale—on a credit of twelve months, the purchaser to furnish his bond with approved security, bearing oiKht per cent interest, from tho day of sale until paid, mortgage retained on the property sold nutil th* payment of t he bond. ED. COUSINAKD, octl2 Sheriff. Statp of Louisiana—Parish of East. Baton Bouge- Fifth Judicial District Court No. 778, Probate—In the matter of tho succession of Felix Brunot, deceased. BY virtuuot »commission to mo directed from the Honorable Judge of tho I? iftb Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expone to public sale at the Court House door in the city of Ba ton RoOge, on Saturday, the 4th of November next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock', M., of said day, the foltowlng described property, to wit ; Lots No», one, two and three of Square No. two, measuring one hundred and eighty leet front on America street, with a depth of one hundred and seventy feet on Natchex street, with »II the buildings and improvement.«, thereon. Upon the following term» »nd condition», vix : Said property to be »old for cash, for not le»» th»n sixteen bundred »nd twenty dollar», with eight nor oent. per annum interest from the 2d (lay of March,. 1881. ED. COUS1NA Rf>. octS Sheriff. State of Louisiana - Parish of East Baton Kotige— Filth Judicial District Court No. 882— In the matter of the succe*»ion of Frederick M. Kent, deceased. WHERRAS, Mrs. Margaret Kent baa this day filed with the Clerk of said Court her application to be appointed Ad ministratrix ol tba said »(locession. Notice is hereby given to all parties in terested to ftl« their reason» (ir any ihey hava, j in wrltinr, with the Cle. k of said Court, at hi» offlc*, in the city of Baton Rouge, within ten day* from the first pub lication of tbl* notice, why »aid applica tion should nol be granted Witness my band and tha seal of said Court this tb* lilh day of October. A. D., 1185. L. A. ALLA IN, ootia Dapnty Clark.