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■5 fi J' THE SPICE ISLANDS. BY FftXD. S. C0ZZEN8. 1(1 "The Isles of Temate and Tidore, Wbene« merchaota bring thair spicy drue«.' [Paradise Loti. Once, in a day-dream, on (ha deep, Methought the Indian iflea I «aw ! All In a sultry, tropic »leap, Lay Temate and Tidore. And farther through the glittering hate, Amboyna's fringe of orient balm, Gray Motor's wonderoua splay JMtz», And Bachia's tuft« of palm, Deep In the deep each roek and tree Was lmnged! through the sapphire clear The cloud'Tault doubled In theaea I j; Its hollow hemisphere. Bat o'er the tide, as near we drew, No touch of fragance filled the air, | No odor-laden breezes blew A shore-ward welcome there. Till up a sadden tempeit sprung, That shook the i»la»d«' cloistered bloom ; from hidden sweets of spices wrung Their secret« of perfuna#. Loud rose the storm, fierce raged the deep, The tempest broke in c'ondsof flowers, The «un drifts in yon Barehia's steep And Motor'« roey bower«. A nd. erery air such rupture brings That breath by breath the pulses thrill As thrill the wind-harp's hidaea strings When all the woods are «Uli. Like to thoa - Isles lome natures clear In quiet, voiceless peace repose. Till to some storm soul hovering near Their hidden sweets unclose. TRUST. It's wiser feeing good than bad ; It's «afer beingmeek than fierce; It's fitter being sane than mad. My own hope is, the sun will pierce The thickest cloud earth ever stretched ; That after last. returns the first, ïh'iiniïi a wide compass round be fetched ; That what began best, can't end worst; Nor what God blessed onoe, prove accurst I A N ew R eligious M ovement,— A singular religions movement has begun in England. It is proposed ts unite the members of the English, Roman Catholic and Greek churches in friendly communion, and the pub lic journals report that three hundred 'churches in England have assented to the measure. From a statement made by Rev. P. G. Hall, Oxford, we gather the following indications of - the character and purpose of this movement : "An institution has been tormed under the title of 'The Association for the Promotion of the Unity of Christendom,' to unite in a bond of intercessary prayer members both of the clergy and laity of the Roman Gathoilic, Gfeek aixl Angelica» com munions. 'To all,' it is said, 'who, while they lament the divisions amongst Cristians, look forward for thçir heul ii ig mainly to a corporate reunion of' those three great bodies wl^iph claim , for themselves the in heritance of the priesthood and in the namfiof fatboliç an appeal is made. They* ate not asked to compromise any principles which they, rightly or wrongly, hold dear ; they are simply asked to unite for the promo tion of a high and holy end. The names of members are to be kept strictly private, and the only obligation imposed upon those who join the association is the daily use of a short form of prayer, to which is added, in the case of priests the offering at least once in three months' of the Holy Sacrifice. Older than M asonry .—The fol lowing mentioned, society , ia more ancient than Masonry, and was un doubtedly in existence ages before the Christian era. What is more astonishing about it is, that notwith standing such invincible tenacity of lift», this order has never been popu lar, and must have had but few zeal ous- members. Its leading charac teristics are these : "There shall be no public or pri vate meetings of the society on any appointed days, to manage its con cerns, or W hear lectures delivered before it ; but it shall be the duty of every member to meet himself alone every day and listen to the lectures ot his owu conscience." Tt is called the "Self-Examination Society.." • - r ;: If people would generally join the order, the world would be reformed in one generation. We have often read pathetic speeches of Indian warriors, but have seen nothing more touching than the following, by a Comanche chief, at the recent council at Fort Smith, ad dressed to Col. Sells : "Brother, my shirt, you see, is in rags. When I return to my tribe, and say to them, 'T have been among friends,'they wilj, not believe me. if I return with this ragged shirt. My wife and daughter will ask, 'Where is the calico your friends gave you]' Jfrother, what shall I say about this Wlien I refürn to my people V f3P The Mississippi Central Rail road eaine through to Grand Junc tion yesterday. The road is now in running order to Canton, where it connects with the road to New Or leans. Time through, thirty-six 11 1ni t* *» —- l\l€7Jiphis Bulletin, 30 th. täf Charleston gave seven hundred and eighty votes for Orr for Governor, and six hundred and sixty-one for Hampton. M. J. WILLIAMS, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron* M "PJ AYING established himself in the above builna««, in this city, spectfully solicits the public patronage. Citizen«, Planters and others, needing work |n hi« line,will pleaae «end in their orders, anJ'tJiey will be promptly attended to. Work gusranteeu. Shop adjoining, and North of Beal's Variety Store, on Third street, julyl JOHN TILANO, WOJtKEB ÏB- . Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. HAVING established himself again in the above business. In Raton Rouge, most respectfully informs his old friends and the public generally, that he is prepared to do ail work in hi« line. All repairing attended to with despatch Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. augl-tf JAMES McVAY,' 1 ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA, Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Bauk Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tlj F. E. PBÜYN. B0BT. !.. PÄUYJJ. PRUYN & BRO., CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND— Press Builders BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at Jastreœski A McOormick's Drug S tor* will prompt attention. julyl-6m FURNITURE! CABINET MAKING, XTJNTIDEîiT Aüxisr G-, PARLOR, OFFICE AM) HOOKING STOVES, GROCERIES, &c, JOHN L. WOLF It, respectfully re nounces. that he h*a resumed buii neu at his old stand, corner of Main aud Penitentiary (or Seve,:th) ftrcets,' Baton Kou ^e, La , where has. and will continue to keep on hand a good «s«nrtment of FAMILY GKOCKRIKo; likewise, a variety of excellent FURNITURK, Parlor, Office ami Cook!ng STO V KS, to all which he asks the atte'tlon of the public. He is also prepared to attend with promptness and dispatch to ;rery specie« of work connected with bis business as Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. l'lease give him a call and examine his varied business stock. A liberal share of encoarspf.'Tnrat and support is respectfully sqlicitad from his old friends and the public generally. sept28-tf A. BAUMSTARK, CABINET-MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, Corner of Church fç Laurel streets, BATON ROUGE, LA. GREAT VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. « A FULL STOCK OF TRIMMINGS AND METALLIC CASE* I haveal?o made all necessary arrangements to keep constantly on hand a general assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WILLOW WARE, Ac., &c., &c. 7~0 m>iibs promptly ArrranïD to . oct2 FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS, Slain St., between Third and Church, SA TON ROUGE, LA. THE undersigned is now prepared to receive or -ers .or all kinds of Furniture and Cabinet work. Will make or mend in the best manner, and at the lowest figureH, foe C ash oîilt . In t^e Undertaking business he has now on han'd a Arte assortment of Metallic Cases, and is ready to re ceive orders in this line of business, which will meet the attention usually given by the old arm of Piper A Bradford. Ug6 FRED. FUNKE. WASHINGTON HOTEL, John €?«ss, Proprietor, 0PP08ITK ACADEMY HAI.L*, St. Louis street .....BATON ROUGE, L.A. £9. The best of Wines, Liquors and Cifçara kept at the Rar. * july22-tf SUMTER HOUSE. CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Corner of Main and Third, streets, baton rovgE', i.A. The bar is furnished with the very best WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBACCO. VERANDAH HOTEL, Stephen Basilisco, Proprietor CORKER THIRD AND LA UREfc STS., BATON ROUGE, LA. B oard by tue day, week or month. good lleds, good fare, And every attention paid to the comfort of guests He'has also opened bis OYSTER SALOON, where he will keep prbsh oysters nnrl fish o f a ll kinds , andSIeals will be served at all hours during the day . Thankful for past patronage , "S teve " res - spe c tfully gdlltlts a continuance of the same from hie friends and the public generally . jnly2 "- tf . Private Boarding House, —BY— MRS. E. HENDRY, [ Formerly of the Verandah Hotfrt .] —18 TBE — large, elegant and commodious RUILDING OF MR. MANN, Corner of Laurel and Fi / th Street «, BATON ROUGE, LA. Mrs. hendry respectfully Informs her old friends and the public at large that she has just opened a Private Boarding House at the above otand , and solicits a share of patronage , Î 'edging herself to use every exertion to please. erms reasonable. oct3-2ia. FRESH CRACKERS, Cheese, Dried Peaches, &c. 3 BOXES SODA CRACKERS, 2 Boxes Butter Cracker«, Sugar Cream Biscuit, 8 « Ginger 8nap», 6 " Hamburg Cheese, 1 Barrel New Dried Peachet, 1 " Carolina Rice, 1 Tierce Sugar Cured Hams, 10 Boxes Proctor k Gamble'« German Soap, 10 Boxes Star Candles, 10 Vlrkln« Table Butter, 10 Barrels Mesbapock Potato#*« 135 Bags Choice White Oorh.> ' Just received and for aale by sept.30 JOSHUA BEAL. Fresh Arrivals! J HAVE just received from St. Louis— 100 barreli (best brand) FLOUR. 150 sacks White and Yellow CORN. 3 tlerees Sugar-Cared HAMS. Which i am selling at a small profit for the cash N. WAX, auglO Near the Court House. ONIONS AND POTATOES. "J7RESH arrivals of the above .twice per week, at WÈÈÊ J l the «tore o$ au *?12 * joshua bkal. SOMETHING NEW. B*E8T quality illuminating and lubri cating coal oils, in 5 and 1U gallon Pat ent Safety Cans. Prices moderate. augl2 JOSHUA BKAL. ONIONS AND POTATOES. ^ r BARRELS.New Crop, at retail or by the bbl 10 Prices less than in New Orleans. j uly21 J OSHU ABEAL. SALT! 8AÏ/T t ! PLANTERS in want of Salt can make it" to their interest to purchase of julyl JOSHUA BEAL LIME! LIME!! A CHOICE selection of Richards' Celebrated Cape Lime, in store and for sale b; sept26 JOSHUA BKAL. A GOOD supply in store—prides reduced, sept28 HAY AND BRAN! 'Ice« red JOSHBA BKAL. AT NEW ORLEANS PRICES! OA DOZEN WATER PAILS, Z\J 10 Dozen WASHBOARDS, 10 Nests REELERS. 5 .. PAINTED TUBS, 1 Boxes ROLLING PIN8, 1 Box CLOTHES PINS, The above goods are direct from the manufac tory. and for sale to dealer« at New OrleaDi prices. Sepl28 JOSHUA B1AL. JUST RECEIVED ! T BAGS Sound Yellow COEN, 1 0\J 25 Bags Black OATS. 1000 Pounds Clear BACON 8IDE8, 1 Tierce Sugar-Cured HAMS, 5 Boxes .STONE PIPE HEADS. 0Ctl4 JOSITDA BEAL. TOBACCO ! TOBACCO! ! A FINE assortment of CHEWINQ and SMOK ING TOBACCO,'in store, and for sale by sept2 JOSHUA BEAL. CORN ! CORN ! ! 5Q SACKS CORN. Just received and for Bale by juiyl-tf S. WAX, Near the Court Home. SCHOOL BOOKS! ÂLARGK assortment .just received at BKAL1 MUSIC! MUSIC!! Ç1HEET MUSIC, for Piano at New Orleans prices. . t ; Accordaont, Flutes, Violins, Flageolets, Fifes and Patent Fife Tubes, Violin ahd Guitar Strings, at BEAI-'S BOOK AND YAKIEl Y STOKK, aertß Cor. Third and Convention St«. A T BEAL'S : 50 Barrels Single Extra FLOUR. 10 .. MESS PORK. 1 Hogshead Extra SUGAR. & GrogB P. 4 M. YEAST POWDERS. Jnst arrived and for sale at moderate prices. gCHOOL BOOKS, pencils, For sale by ; piN WARE, STATIONERY, pens, inks, slates, FANCY GOODS, notions, Ac. JOSHUA BKAL. crockery ware, WOODEN WARE. JULIUS C. BOGEL. For sale by Plaster of Paris ! Plaster of Paris ÎÎ 5BBLS. PLASTER OF PARIS. Just received, and for sale by JAMES McVAY, julyl-tf Opposite the La. State Bank Corn MeaU Grits and Crushed Corn. THE above articles manufactured by jutyl i. JOSHUA BEAL. TJARNESS& SADDLEEY. XX My »resent assortment is complete. july!3 ; JULIUS C, BOGKL. •2,000 julyl CLEAR SIDES!! LBS. CLEAR SIDES. Just received and for sale by N. WAX, Near the Court House, OATS AND BRAN ! SUPPLIES tn meet the demands of pur chasers. Just received and for sale by IV. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court House. SUGAR-CURED HAMS. 2 TIERCES SUGAR-CURED HAMS. Julyl-tf Just rrceived and for sale by If. WAX, N*ar the Court Hou^e. FLOUR! FLOUR!! BLS. FLOUR. Just received and for sale by N. WAX, julyl tf Near the Court House. 50 FLOUR, FRESH FLOUR! fjrj BBLS. FLOUR. Just received and for sale by julyl;tf J. J. UUNDASS, Cor. Main and Levee 8ts. GIN RANDS! GIN RANDS!! * large quantity of Fire Hose suitable for A Gin Bands , cap be had by Oi ling at the Hardware Storeof Mr . james McVAY , at prices to suit purchasers . They have been tried and proved to be well adapted lor the shore use, »ug23. SHINGLES, FOUR FOOT HOARDS AND PICKETS. THE undersigned begs I chvb to Inform the citi zens of Baton Rouge, that he is now prepared to U!1 orders for ' j j ;. SHINGLES, FOUR FOOT BOARDS ASP PICKETS. Made of good sound Cypress. trg- Orders left, at the office of the Galette k Comet, will meet with immediate attention. aug'22-lm OCTAVE ARBOUR. CLOTHING I_CL0TH!NG ! ! tü8t received froos New York, and Tot «al» at J LOW PRICES, a large assortment ot FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING* augHe-tf F. OTTO, Corner Third and Laurel St*. TORACCO! TORACCOI! ^ LARGE lot of the best brands of CHEWING TOBACCO, such MACKIMACK, MAY APPLE, NATURALLEAF, Jost received and for wie by F. OTTO, aug26-tf Corner Third and Laurel Sta. CHOICE EXTRA FLOUR. FEW more barrels of the best in market, just stored and for sale by july27 JOSHUA BEAL. A CORN! CORN! ! inn SACKS CORN. Just received and 1 UU for sale by J, J. DUNDASS, julyl-tf Cor. Ma.n and Levee Sts, SAWS AND AXES. XUTTLE'8 A ROWLAND'S CROSS-CUT 8AWB. WÖ0D SAWS and 8AW BUCKS. COLLINS' AXES. SHINGLING and LATHING HATCHETS. Just received , and for sale by july2'2-tf JAMES McVAY. Window Shades ! Window Shades!! A LARGE and choice assortment of julyl -tf various patterns. JAMES McVAY, Opposite the La. State Bank. Butchers' and Counter Scales. THE BEST IN MARKET. B utchers saws and knives. steels and CLEAVERS. JueVreceived, and for sale by julyl2-tf JAMES McVAY. OATS AND RR AN. FULL supplies of the above articles. Just received and for silenby J. J. OinVDASS juiyl-tf Cor. Main and Levee Sts. WALL PAPER ! WALL P^ PEIt ! ! in nftft Ä0LLS WALL paper , of the finest patterns. On hand and for sale by julyl-tf JAMES McVAY, Opixsite the La, State Bank. S HERI FFS SALE. State -of I.oulslann—Parlsliof East Baton Rouge-^Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 496—J. E. Duff vs. Mrs. Mary Jane Harbour, Tutrix. BY virtue of a writ of seizure and Rale to me directed from the Honorab'e the Judsje of the Ififth Judicial District Court, of the Pariah and State aforesaid, 1 have seized and will expose to public sule, at the Court House dpor* V» the city of Baton Bouge, on Saturday* 2d of December« next, A. D., 1 S i>6, at 12 o'clock, M., the following described mortgaged property, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of LAND situ ted in tliis pajish on the Amite river at about sixteen miles from the city of Baton Rouge, containing one hundred and twenty (120) acres, with all the buildings thereon; honnded north by swamp lands and west by lands of D, B. O'Fallon, being com posed of two tracts of land which was purchased by petitioner from J. M. John son per act in Recorder's office, Book "Q," folio 136, containing eighty (S0>. and the other ot forty (40) acres, entered the State Land office by petj swamp land. Seized to pay and satisfy the in the above suit together with and costs. Terms of sale—ea^li in U. S notes with benefit of aopraiseme: oct31 ED. COUSINARD, POSTPONED SALES. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth - Judicial District Court No. 870—Samuel Haralson vs. John C. Foreman 'ahd Nancy Foreman. BY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias ti> nje directed from the Honorable this 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 Housè door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, À. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described mortgaged prop erty, to-wit : A certain tract or parcel of LAND, situ> ated in this parish, on Bayou ManchaiJ, about fourteen miles irom the city of Ba ton Rouge, containingssix hundred and ninety-six (096) arpents, more or less, bounded on tho North by lands formerly belonging to Prendergast (now Mansur;) West by lands of Willis; East by lands of Hereford, and South by Bayou Manchao, together with all the buildings and imr provements thereon. Seized to puy and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled Buit, together with the interest and costs. Terms of sale—on a credit of twelve months, the purchaser to furnish his bond with approved security, bearing eight per cent interest from the day of sale until paid, mortgage retained on the property sold until the full and final payment of said bond. ED. COtJSlNARD, nov9 Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of Pointe Cou pee—Seventh Judicial District Conrt— No. 206—Probate—In the matter of the succession of Jules Landry, deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me di rected from the Honorable Seventh Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public sale, at the Court Hons« door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D., 14S5, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day. let. A certain tract or parcel of LAND, situated on St. Charles street, in the city of Baton Rouge, measuring seventy-five feet (French measure,) more or less, front on St. Charles Btreet, by sixty-nine feet six and three-quarter inches, more or less, (French measure,) in depth, with the buildings and improvements thereon, be ing the South half of the corner lot, and numbered ten (10,) of Square four (4,) Leonard Town, as surveyed by Messrs. Waller; part of Lot No. twelve (12) and Lot No. eleven (11,) cf Square four, being the same property purchased by aaid de ceased from Theresa Soniat, by act of sal« before William Hubbs, Recorder, May 26th, 1860, in Book S., Folio, 282, of Notarial Acts. Terms of sale—on a credit of twelve months, the purchaser to furnish his bond with approved security, bearing eight per cent, interest from the day of sale until paid, mortgage retained on the property sold until full and final payment of aaid bond. A. J. BOG AN, nov9 Deputy Sheriff. SHERIFFS State cf Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—■ Jfo. 761J^—Probate—In the matter »f the succession of Samuel L. Morgan. BY VÎRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honorable the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public sale On Monday, the 4th of December, A.D., 1885, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day on the plantation where deceased last je sided, on the Liberty and Baton Rouge Road, and about twenty-five miles from the city of Baton Rouge, the following de scribed property belonging to said succes sion : A tract of land on which the deceased resided last, on Big Sandy Creek in this parish, with all the buildings and improve ments and appurtenanccs thereunto be-, longing—six hundred and forty (640) acres, and bounded on the North by lands of George Keddin's heirs, on the East by Lewis Kelly, South by John S. Keddin and William Kelly. Also, 10 Head of CATTLÉ, more or less, 80 " HOGS, 1 Iron Axle OX WAGON, 1 Yoke of OXEN, 1 Dark Brown Horse MULE, 1 Bay Mare COLT, 4 years old. Upon the folldwing terms and condi tions, to-wit : For cash. EO. COUSINARD, oot31 Sheriff. State o f Louisiana—Parish of East Batoii Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court—, Abat <fc Generes vb . Robt. Malloy & als. No. 523. BY virtne of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed from the Honorable the. Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, of tho Parish and State aforesaid,,! have seized and will expose to public sale at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d day of December next A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described mortgaged property, to-wit : A tract of LAND situated and lying in the Parish of East Baton Rouge, contain-' ing five hundred (500) arpeots, on which, Robt. Malloy resides, and under culti vation ; bounded north by Thos. 8. Shel mire ; south by Buhler tract, now Mal'oy ; east by Mcllr.gh and west by Mrs. Netter menis thereon, consisting of a Dwelling Hcuse,Kitchen, Out houses, Neero Cabin Stables, Barn, Ginhou*e and Press, Gar den, &c., the place being well improved being the same property acquired by sait Robt. Malloy of D. D. Avery, Attorney in fact of heirs of Caleb Wieks Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issue," in the above cause together with intercl and costs. Terms of sale—cash, in U. S. Treasuf Notes, with the benefit of, appraisement, ED. COUSINARD, oet31 Sheriff! ville, with all the buildings and improve " Tk—, State of Louisiana—Parish of East Batn Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Cour^ No. 884 Probate—In the matter of àe aüccession of George Redden, deceafu BY virtue of acominission to me dire^d from the Honorable the Judge ofjhe Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Paish and State aforesaid I will expose to prfli sale, at the Court House door 1 , in thefity of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December lpt A .D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M , of saidlay, the following described property, towit : A tract of LAND situated in this prish on Big Sandy Creek, about twen?-six miles Northeastof the city of But.on fcuge, on tho road leading to Liberty, Missiippi, and containing three hundred und Ptenty f(8'20) acres, bounded on tho No h by lands of heirs of Chaney, East, bylands of Louis Kelly, on the South by lads of the estate of Saml. L Morgan, an west by lands of William Kelly. Upon the following terms andjondi tions, viz : One third Cash, and the balanceiyable in equal annual instalments fromme day of sale, with eight per cent interrf froto the day of sale, and special mortpfe im porting confession of judgment »served upon the property, until lull acl final payment. ED. COUSINjtD, nov2. jeriff. POSTPONED SALE. State of Louisiana—Parish of Et Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial DistncConrt - No. 677— Probate—In the inat^ 4 of the succession of Roland McCullprjdec'd. BY VIRTUE of a commissi! to me directed from the Honor:.® Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Cot, of tho Parish and State aforesaid, I h(c seized and will expose to public sale on Saturday, the 2d of Heecm!r next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., onbe plan r tation where the deceased lasjresided, about thirteen miles lrotn the citjf Baton Rouge, on the Jones Creek Roi. in said parish, the following describedh'operty, belonging to said estete, to-wit A certain tract or parcel of LfD, con taining six hundred and forty (<0) acres, bounded North by lands of WiS. Pik -; West by Brogden, Henry and M- Allain; South by Phillips and Lucey ; Rt by Har ris and Sims, together with alfio build ings and improvements therri. A'lso, the following personal propert,to-wit: 4 MULES, 2 PONEYS. 1 CARRIAGE, 1 WAGON, 2 Yokes of OXEN, Stock of CATTLE and HOG Blacksmith TOOLS, Farming UTENSILS on hari and Household and Kitchen FtNITUPE. Upon the following termsiid condi tions, to-wit : For cash. A. J. HrAN, gept23 Depff Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish r.Éast Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial Disct Court— No. 778, Probate—In the liter of the succession of Folix Brunot, teased. BY virtue ot acommission tee directed from the Honorable Judgif tho Fifth Judicial District Court, of thParish and State aforesaid, I will expose tpublic sale at the Court House door in thiity of Ba ton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of Deceber next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock. M.l said day, the following described propiy, to-wit : Lots N ob . one, two and throf Square No. two, measuring one hdred and eighty feet front on America $et, with a depth of one hundred and seity feet on Natchez street, with all the bdings and improvements thereon. Upon the following terms amonditions, vig t Terms of sale— on a credof twelve months, the purchaser to f'urih his bond with approved security, bear? eight per cent, interest from the day sate until paid—morteage retained on > property sold until full and final pajsntofsaid bond. ED. COUtjARD, nov® Sheriff. gtateof I,«ut*I.M.a- Pariah of East Ka «<n Rouge—Judicial District Court.— No. 406.— Elisa London, wife, vs. Alex ander 8. Dè frh am ;h a »b (fn d. BY virile of a writ of fieri faoias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge ^'l;he Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State. UfbroAald, I have seized and will expose to public sale at the reni dena» pf Aifxandior S. ;Denham, about five miles east of the city of Baton Rouge, in BjpookatöWi», öü ! ' - Saturday, 2d of December next, A. D. 1865, at 11 o'clocfc. A. M., tho Allow ing personal property to wi t ; 8 MULES. 18 HEAD OF CATTLE, 8 PLOUGHS, •" 1 HARROW, 3 " 1 WAGON, tf 1 BUGGY,-; ' . , 5 HEAD IIOGS, , ,., . .. , . 200 BUSHELS CORN, more or less, 1 BALE COTTON, more or less, in the field. • Seized to pay and satisfy the judgment, interest and costin the above cause. Terras çfsale— rCnak on the spot in U. S. Treasury notes. , A. J. BOGAN, novlj^ • ■ Deputy Sheriff. State *f Louisiana— Parish of East Baton Roujro-rFifth Judicial Disïrlct Court— Wnj. S, Pike vs. I,N. Gollins.-H-No. 402. BY virtue, of a writ of fieri facias to me d/rected from tho Honorable the Judge of th» Fifth J"udi(iial District Ccfn'rt, of tlie Pariifc and.. Stajte aloresaid, I have seized and «ill expose tp public sale at the Court Hoilfo door, in the city of Baton Rouge on Satarday, the 2d of December next, A. p., I865 ); at 12 o'clock, M., the following priporty. to-wit: TWO LOTS OF GROUND in the city of Btfon Rougo, laid out by Richard -Devall, a ta designated on the pli,in thereof as Lots Ni. 4 and 5 in Square No 10 ; measuring silty feet front, eiw?h, by one hundred and tlenty leetin depth, French measure with tje buildiogs and improvements thereon. (Seized to pay and satisfy the writs issued if the above cause together, with interest pd costst. " TèriYis of sale—cash, in- U. S. Treasury Sotes, with the beaefitof appraisement. ED. COUSINARD, oci31 Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—PiM Judicial District Court State of Louisiana vs. G. W. Roberts. BY virtue of a Writ of fi. fa.isgued under a twelve m°Bths' bond pud to, me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial Distjjct Court, of the Parish and State ; aforesaid, I have sei2ed,and Will expose-to public sale, aitho Court floutic dqo_r, .in the c(ty of Baton Roug,e, on î - ' Saturday, 2d of December next, A. D. 1865. at 12 •oMüök,- '4aid day, the following desoribed property, to wit : (3) THREE CpTAIN BILLIARD TABLES, one no^ in the possession of Chits-. Bete, ari#'two in the ■possession of Chas' Wfesks, tegjether with the CUES, RACJCè arid FRAMB». y-r.i ,v ■: nr. . Seized to pay and satisfy a twelve months' bond issued ip the abovecause. Te^mh of sale cash', with benefit of ap praisement, in U. S. Treasury notes. ED. COUSINARD, novl. Sheriff, Stateof Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Kwufce -Fifth Judicial District Court— No 760^ Probate-i-In the matter ol tho snccéVsion'tff Lti6y Morgan, deceased. Bi Y VIRTUE of a commission to mo I directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court of the Parish' aüä State aforësaid, I will expose to public sale, at the residence on which the deceased last, resided, situated on Big Sandy Creek, at about 27 miles from the city of Baton Rouge,-on Tuesday, the 511» of December next, A. D., 1865, at l2'o'ciock,'M. of said day, the following" described property, to wrt : A tract of LAND containing one htun dr»d and sixty ( 160) acres, with all the buildings arid improvements therërin, and bounded on the North by Mrs. Raehael Morgan.,:on the East by lands belonging to the succession, South by Alexander Court nay, and West by Joîin V. : Morgan, alto • UNE DARK SÔKREL MARE, FOUR OXKN, ONE WORK BULL, . THIRTY HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE, NINE SHEEP, i TEN STOCK HOGS, <, ,,i|. , ELVE CHAIRS, two B askets, THREE PINE TABLES, ONE SIDE BOARD, ONE CLOCK, ONE H AT-RACK, THREE. T RU NKS and contents, ONE GRIND STONE, ONE SPINNING, WHEEL, ONE STONE'JAR, ONE POT, i» 1 TWO BARRELS., upon the following terms and con ditions, viz : The moveable property payable one half cash, and the other half twelve nio.n^is after day of Sale, With approved security ; the land to be sold on one and two year»' credit from day of sale, purchaser to fur nish notes with approved security, and mortgage retained on the property until full und final payment. ED,,COUSIN ARD, nov2 Sheriff., State of Louisiana—Fifth District Court Parish of East Batoti Rouge—Succession of GuiVlâume Duptly—No. 844. WHEREAS Dr. Bertrand Dtichoin of said Parish, haB this day filed with the Clerk of said Court an application to bo appointed administrator or the succes sion of Guillaume Dupuyj Notice is be ruby gi ven to all parties in - terested to file .the,ir reasons ( if any they have,) in writing' frith tho Clerlf of said Court, at his office, io the City of Baton Rouge, withinjtcn davs from tho first.pub lication df this notice why said application should not be granted. ' Witness my hand-and the seal of said Court, this 31st day of Octobcr. A.D. 1S6.5. L. ALLAIN,- ■ nov2-3ts. Deputy Clerk. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Ba.ton Rooge— fifth Judicial District Court— No* 839 — ln#1ie matter of the succession of Theodore B. Rhodes,, deceased. WHEREAS, John Baker Rhodes, of this parish, has-this day filed with the Clerk of said Court his application to be appointed Administrator of the succes sion of Theodore B,-Rhodes, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all parties in terested to file their reasons (if any they have,) in^ writing-, with the Clerk of said Court, at bis office, in the city of Baton Rouge, within ten days from the first pub lication, of »his notice, why said applica tion should not be granted. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this the 80th day of October. A. D., 1365. L. A. ALLAIN, oct3I Deputy Clerk.