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WIFE TO HUSBAND.
Let us live for each other, Be kind to each other, Be true to each other, Where'er we may be ; For dearer than father, And dearer thah mother. And dearer than liiter, And dearer than brother, Art thou to me loved one, As I am to thee. As the snow on the mountain Kinds its way to the fountain, A h the gathering waters Find their way to the sea; 80 my thought!, ever flawing, Are to thee ever going, No other lore showing, Mo other love knowing, But seeking and finding rest On y with thee. E dinburgh— A Pen and Ink Sketch. —Alexander Smith, in hie pleasant volume, "a Summer in Skyé," entertains bis readers with a description of the Scotch metropolis : Every true Scotsman believes Ed inburgh to be the most picturesque city in the world ; and truly, stand iug on the Calton hill, in early mom iiig, when the smoke of fires newly kindled, hangs in azure swathes and veils about the old town—which from that point, resembles a hug lizard, the castl^ its head, church spires spikes upon its scaly back : creeping up from its lair beneath the crags to look out on the morning world—one is quite inclined to par don the enthusiasm of the- north Briton. The finest view from the interior is obtained from the corner of St. Andrew street, looking west, Straight before you the mound crosses the valley, bearing the white academy buildings ; beyond the cas tie clifts from grassy slopes and bil lows of summer foliage, its weather stained towers and fortifications, the lialf-moon battery giving the folds of its standard to the breeze. Living iu Edinburgh there abides, above all things, a sense of its beauty. Hill, crag, castln, rock, blue stretch of sea, tl^e picturesque ridge of the old town, tbe squares and terraces of the new thçae things seen once are not to be forgotten. The quick life of to-day sounding around the relics of an tiquity, and overshadowed by the august traditions Of a kingdom, makes residence in Edinburgh more im pressive than residence in any other British city. I have just come in— surely it never looked so fair before ! What a poem is that Princess street ! The puppets of the busy, many colored hour move about on its pave ment, while across the ravine time has piled up the old town, ridge on ridge, grey as a rocky coast washed and worn by the foam of centuries ; peaked' and jagged by gable and roof; windowed from basement to cope ; the whole surmounted by St. Giles' airy crown. The new is there looking at the old. Two times are brought face to face, and yet sep arated by a thousand years. Won derful on winter nights, when the gully is filled with darkness, and out of it rises, against the sombre blue and the frosty stores, that mass and bulwark of gloom, pierced and quiv ering with innumerable lights. There is nothing in Europe to match this, I think. Could you but roll a river down the valley it would be sublime. "Finer still, to place one's self near the Burns' monument and look to wards the castle. It is more aston ishing than an Eastern dream. a city rises up before you painted by tire at night. High in air a bridge of lights leaps the chasm ; a few emerald lamps, like glow worms, are ^tiovmg silently about the railway station below ; a solitary crimson one is at rest. That ridged and chim neyed bulk of blackness, with splen dor bursting out at every pore, is the wonderful old town, where Scottish history mainly transacted itself; while opposite the modern Princess street is blazing throughout its length. UgfThe Cincinnati Gazette says that the real estate mania iu that city, is raging at present with a very large business, at extraordinary prices. The figures realized on both sales and rents throw in the shade the highest prices prevailing at any previous period. flgf The fine steamer ''Gambia," the second of the new Liverpool line, arrived last evening in 26 days, af ter touchiug at Havana. She bring a füll cargo embracing all sorts of vas rielies, and has a return cargo await ing her. Thus (ar this line gives high promise of success.— N. O. Times, 12 th. A correspondent at Edgefield, Tenu., describes the recent session of the Tennessee Conference of the M. E. Church South in that place. It was a melancholy meeting. Brother Se hon Secretary of the Missionary Soci ety, asked brother McFerrin, the Treasurer, how much money was in the treasury. "Sixty thousand dollars in Confederate bonds," was the reply. No more questions were asked. M. J. WILLIAMS, "WOBKEB IN Tin, Capper and Sheet Iran HAVING established himself in the above business, in this city, re spectfully solicits the public patronage. Oitiiens, Planters and others, needing work in his line,will please send in their orders,and they will be promptly attended to. Work gus ranteed Shop adjoining, and North of Seal's Variety Store, on Third street. julyl JOHN TILANO, WOKKXR IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron HAVING established himself ae.tln in the above business, in Baton Kouge, most respectfully informs his old friends and the public generally, that he is prepared to do ell work in bis line. All repairing attended to with despatch, Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. angl-tf JAMES McVAY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, baton rouge, la. Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tf F. E. PRÜYN. HOBT. L. PBUYN. PRUYN & BRO., CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND— Press Builders BATON ROUGE, LA. Orders left at Justremsk! A McCormick's Drug Stor* will meet prompt attention. julyl-Gm FURNITURE! CABINET MAKING, TJNDERTAKIN G, PARLOR, OFFICE AND COOKING STOVES, GROCERIES, &o. m JOHN L. WOLKF, respectfutly an \H noances. that be has resumed busi HWnes»ai his old stand, corner of Vl/un iaijr ff ' l 'and Penitentiary (or Sever th)>tretfts,^Str Baton Kouze. La , where has. and will continue to keep on baud a good assortment of FAMILY GROCKKIE&; likewise, a Tariety of excellent KURNITÜKE, Parlor,Office and Cooking STOVES, to all which he asks the attention of the public. He is also prepared to attend with promptness and dispatch to every species of work connected wiih his business ss Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. Please jtive him a call and examine his varied business stock. A liberal share of encouragi meat and aupport is respectfully solicited from his old friends and the public generally. sept28-tf A. BAUMSTARK, cabinet-maker and undertaker, Corner of Church $ Laurel streets, B*TO!V ROUGE,LA, J^ GREAT VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A FULL STO à'% O F TRIMMINGS AND METALLIC CASES I have also made all necessary arrangements to keep constantly on hand a general assortment of household furniture, WILLOW WARE, Ac., 4c., 4c. OSPKRS PKOMPTI.T ATTKNDEP TO. OCt2 furniture ware-rooms, Main St., between Third and Church, BATON RO UO E, LA. THE undersigned is now prepared to receive or ders .or al! kinds of Furniture and Cabinet work. Will make or mend in the best manner, and at the lowest figures, fob cash onlt . In the Undertaking business he has now on hand a fine assortment of Metallic Cases, and is ready to re ceive orders in this line of business, which will meet the attentiou usually given by the old firm of I'iper 4 Bradford. augfi FRED. FUNKE. WASHINGTON HOTEL, John Gass , Proprietor, OPPOSITE ACADEMY HAI.L, St. Louii itreet.; BATOX KOUGE, LA. tfl^The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept at the Bar. ju]y22-tf SUMTER HOUSE. charles wieck, proprietor Corner of Main and Third streets, BATOS ROVGE, JL.A, The bar is furnished with the very best WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBACCO. VERANDAH HOTEL, Stephen Basilisco, Proprietor CORNER THIRD AND LA UREL S TS ., BATON ROUGE, LA. B oard by the day, week or month. GOOD IIEDS, GOOD FARE, And every attention paid to the comfort of guests He has also opened his OYSTER SALOON, where he will keep FRE*H OYSTERS and FISH of all kinds, and Meals will be served at all hours during the day. Thankful-for paBt patronage, " S tevk " res «pectfully soli tit s a continuance of the same from his friends and the public generally. jaly27-tf Private Boarding House, -—BY— MRS. E. HENDRY, [Formerly of the Verandah Hotel.] —IN THE—• LARGE, ELEGANT AND COMMODIOUS building of mr. mann, Corner of Laurel and Fifth Streets, 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 stand, and solicits a share of patronage, pledging herself to uie every exertion to please. Term reasonable. oct3-2m. fresh crackers, Cheese, Dried Peaches, &c. 3 BOXES SODA CKACKKBS, 1 Boxe« Butter Crackers, Sugar Cream Biscuit, Ginger Snap», 6 " Hamburg Che»««, 1 Barr«! New Dried PeachM, 1 " Carolina Rice, 1 Tierce Sugar Cured Hams, 10 Boxes Proctor à Gamble*« German Soap, 10 BoxeBflfar Candles, 10 Firkins Table Butter, Just received and for »al« by ' K ■ ' JOSHUA BKAL Fresh Arrivals J HAVE just received from St. Louis— 100 barrels (best braud) FLOUR. 150 sacks White and Yellow CORN, 3 tierces Sugar-Cured HAMS. Which i am selling at a «mail profil for the cash N. WAX, auglO Near the Court House. onions and potatoes. FRKSH arrivals of th« above .twice per week, at the store 01 rut12 JOSHUA BEAL. something new. Best quality illuminating and lubrl C ATING COAL OILS, In 5 andlü gallon Pat ent Safety Cans. Prices moderate. augl2 joshua beal. onions and potatoes. j r BARRELS, New Crop, at retail or by the bbl lO Prices less than in New Orleans. j uly2T JOSHU ABEAL» LIME I LIME!! A CHOICE selection of Richards' Celebrated Cape Lime, in «tore and for rale by sept20 JOSHUA BEAL. hay and bran ! rices red JOSHUA BEAL. A GOOD supply in store—prices reduced, sept26 20 at new orleans prices! DOZEN WATER PAILS, 10 Dozen WASHBOARDS, 10 Nests REELERS, 5 .. PAINTKI) TUBS, 2 Boxes ROLLING PINS, 1 Box CLOTHES PINS, The above goods are direct from the manufac tory, snd for «ale to dealer* at New Orleans prices. s»pt2Ô JOSHUA BEAL. just received i 1 /TA BAGS Souhd Yellow CORN, 1 *>U 25 Bags Bleck OATS. 1000 Pounds Clear BACON SIDES, 1 Tierce Sugar-Cured HAMS, 5 Boxes STONE PIPE HEADS. octli JOSHUA BEAL. A tobacco! tobacco!! FINE assortment of CHEWINO and SMOK ING TOBACCO, in «tore, and for sale by "BAI sept2 JOSHUA BEAL. 50 cohn i corn ! ! SACKS CORN. Just received and for sale by N. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court House. school books! Â LARGE assortment Just received at BEAL'S music! music!! (^HEET MUSIC, for Piano at New Orleans prices. Accordeonr, Flutes, Violins, Flageolets, Fifes and Patent Fife Tubes, Violin and Guitar Strings, at BEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE, septfi Cor. Thirtj and Convention St». A T BEAL'S : 50 Barrels Single Extra FLOOR. 10 .. MESS PORK. I Hogshead Extra SUGAR. Ü Gross P. A M. YEAST POWDERS. Just arrived and for sale at moderate prices. gCHOOL BOOKS, PENCIL8, For sale by r £IN WARE, STATIONERY, PENS, INKS, SLATES, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, Ac. JOSHUA REAL., For sale by CROCKERY WARE, WOODEN WARE. julil's c. bogel. Plaster of Paris ! Plaster of Paris !! 5BBLS. PLASTER OF PARIS. Just received, and for sale by JAMES McVAY, julyl-tf Opposite the La. State Bank' €oru Meal, Grits and Crushed Corn* 'THE above articles manufactured by X julyl JOSHUA BEAL. TTARNESS & SADDLERY. XX My present assortment is complete. julyl3 JULIUS C. BOGEI^ 2,000 Just julyl clear sides!! LBS. CLEAR SIDES received and for sale by IV. WAX, Near the Court House, oats and bran ! SUPPLIES to meet the demands of pur chasers. Jast received and for sale by S. WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court House. sugar-cured hams. O TIERCES SUGAR-CURED HAMS. U Just rrceived and for aale by ». wax, julyl-tf Near the Court House. flour! flour!! BLS. FLOUR. Just received and for sale by N» WAX, julyl-tf Near the Court Hons«. 50 flour, fresh flour! rVK BBLS. FLOUR. Just received and I V for sale by J. J. UUKDASS, julyl-tf Cor. Main and Levee Sts. Wiudow Shades ! Window Shades!! A LARGE and choice assortment of various patterns. JAMES McVAY, julyl-tf Opposite the La. State Bank. Butchers' and Counter Scales. THE BEST IN MARKET. BüTCHERS 8AW« and KNIVES. STEELS and CLEAVERS. Just received, and for Bale by julyl2-tf JAMES McVAY. WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER ! in non r o lls wall paper, of the finest patterns. On hand and for sale by JAMES McVAY, julyl-tf Opposite the La. 8tate Bank. SALT! SALT!! FiANTERS in want of Salt can make it to their interest to purchase of julyl JOSHUA BEAL. CLOTHING !_CL0THING!! JD8T received from New Tort, and for sale at LOW PRICES, a large assortment of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. F. OTTO, aug36~tf Corner Third and Laurel St*. VICTOR'S ZREST^TTZRA-nSTT ! Lafayette Street, tel Laurel <£ Florida, FALL & WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. HAVING completed my arrange ments for my fall and Winter business, I would respectfully an nounce to my old friends and custom ers, that I have opened my OYSTER SALOON, and shall continue to receive through the whole season, FRESH OYSTERS, FISH, Ac., Ac. Meals will be aerved at ail hours until 11 o'clock, r, if. BoiHEEas will be accommodated as heretofore, by the week er month, on reasonable terms. Ev ery attention paid to the comfort of guest«. jy A PRIVATE SALOON ! Is connected with the establishment, exclusively for Ladies. octli-tf MASONIC REGALIAS, A ■i'J- MASTER MASONS' APRONS, ROYAL ARCH APRONS AND SASHES. '▼A A nice assortment, just received and for Bale by julyl5 JULIUS C. BOGEL. tobacco! tobacco»« A LARGE lot of the best brands of COBWIN0 TOBACCO, ssch as— MAOKIMACK, MAY APPLE, NATURALLKAV, JuBt received and for sale by f. otto, aug26-tf Corner Third and Caurel Sts. Baton Rouge and Clinton TRI-WEEKLY U. S. MAIL! B "V STAGE1 Leaves baton roügb every Monday, Wednettday and Frl day ; and Clinton, every Tuesday,] Thursday and Saturday, at seven' o'clock, A. M. Passengers' Baggage, over 40 pounds, will be charged extra. Passengers wishirg to secure seats will call a the Livery Stnble of tbe undersigned, on St. Louis street, opposite the Ma ket, octl4-tf P. A. KUQLER. Julius Gruneberg, PIANO-MAKER, TUNES A REPAIRS PIANOS, MELODEONS, Ac, LONG experience in my own manufacture in Prussia, enable«! me to do the most difficult work, at REASONABLE TERMS. |i" Written orders to be left at Mr. Jos Beal's Book Store, or at Mr. Qoldinanu's. june24-6mos. regular vicksburg packet Leaves New Orleans every Saturday, at b P. M. 'OR VICKSBURO, GRAND GULF, Rodney, Natohez, Fort Adams, Hog Point, Morgania,-Bnyou Sara. Baton Rouge, Plaqupmine, Donaldsonville, and all intermediate Coast Landings, the New and swift-running side-wheel steamer FJLSIXXOV) P.D.PRATT, Comd'r; OHAS. GRATER, Clerk For freight or passage apply on board or to * "* A. BRITTON, No. 7 Fro-t street. JNO. L. TITUS A CO., Cor. Bienville A Old Levee. WOODRUFF, BUTLER A CO., Nos. 17 and 19 New Levee. WM. HENJUKKSOM, june3 Agent, Third street, Baton Rouge. SHEKIFFS SALE. POSTPONED SALES. State of Louisiana—-Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 370—Samuel, Haralson vs. John, C Foreman and Nancy Foreman. BY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court of the Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, 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 Manchac, about fourteen miles trom the city of Ba ton Rouge, containingkSix hundred and ninety-sax (696) arpents, more or less, bounded on the North by lands formerly belonging to Prendergast (now Mansur;) West Dy lands of Willis; East by lands of Hereford, and South by Bayou Manchao, together with all the buildings and im provements thereon. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued in the above entitled suit, 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. COUSINARD, nov9 Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of Pointe Con pee—Seventh Judicial District Court— 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 tho Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D., 1865, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day. 1st. 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 street, 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 8outh 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,) of Square four, being the same property purchased bv said de ceased from Therese Soniat, by act of sale before William Hubbs, Reoorder, May 26th, 1860, in Book S., Folio, 282, of Notarial Acts. Terms of sale—on a credit of twelve months, tbe 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 said bond. A. J. BOGAN. nov9 Deputy Sheriff. SHERIFFS SAT.ES State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Bouge— Fifth Judicial District ' Court No. 761 Probate—In the matter o f the »accession of Samuel L. Morgan. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the HoDorabJe the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public gale Monday, the 4th of December next A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day in the plantation where deceased last re sided, on the Liberty and Baton Rouge Road, and about twenty-five miles from the citv of Baton Rouge, the following de scribed property belonging to said succès »ion : A tract of land on which the deceased resided last, on Big Sandy Creek in this parish, with all the buildings and imprové mants and appurtenanccs thereunto be longing—six hundred and forty (640) acreB, and bounded on the North by lands of George Keddin's heirs, on the East by Lewis Kelly, South by JohnS. Keddin and William Kelly. Also, 10 Head of CATTLE, 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 following terms and condi tions, to-wit : For cash. EU. COUSINARD, octSl * Sheriff. Stnte of Louisiana—Pariah of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— Abat & Generes vg. Hobt. Malloy & als No. 528. BY virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed from the Honorable the J udge of the Fifth Judicial District, of tho Parish and State aforesaid, I 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 lollowing described mortgaged property, to-wit : A tract of LAND situated and lying in the Parish of East Bi.ton Rouge, contain ing five hundred (500) arpents, on which Robt. Malloy resides, and under culti vation ; bounded north by Thos. S. Shel mire ; south by Buhler tract, now Malioy east by McHugh and west by Mrs. Netter ville, with all the buildings and improve mente thereon, consisting of a Dwelling House, Kitchen, Out houses, Negro Cabins Stables, Barn, Ginhou.«e and Press, Gar den, &c., the place being well improved being the same property acquired by said Robt. Malloy of D. D. Avery, Attorney in fact ofheirs of Caleb Wieks. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued ill the above cause together with interest and costs. Terms of sale—cash, in U. S. Treasury Notes, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINARD, oct81 Sheriff. State of Louisiana- Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 834 Probate—In the matter of the succession of George Redden, deceased BY virtué öf acomtnission tome directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District (Jourt, of the Parish and State aforesaid I will expoBeto publie sjile, at the Court House door, in the city 1 of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A.D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the following described property, to wit : A tract of LAND situated in this parish on Big Sandy Creek, about twenty-six miles Northeast of the city of Baton Rouge, on the road leading to Liberty, Mississippi, and containing three hundred and twenty (820) acres, bounded on the North -by Isnds of heirs of Chaney, East by lands of Louis Kelly, on the South by lands of the estate of Saml. L Morgan, and west by lands of William Keiiy. Upon tbe following terms and condi tions, viz : One third Cash, and the balance payable in equal annual instalments from the day of sale, with eight per cent interest from the day of sale, and special mortgage im porting confession of,judgment reserved upon the property, until full and final payment. ED. COUSINARD, nov2. Sheriff, B 1 POSTPONED SALE. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 677— Probate—In the matter of the succession of Roland McCullom, dee'd. Y VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honon.ble Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I have seized and will expose to public sale on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., on the plan tation where the deceased last resided, about thirteen miles lrom the city of Baton Rouge, on the Jones Creek Road, in said jarish. tbe following described property, jelonging to said estate, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of LAND, con taining six hundred and forty (640) acres, bounded North by lands of Wm. S. Pike; West by Brogden,Henry and Mrs. Allain; South by Phillips and Lacey; East by Har ris and Sims, together with all the build ings and improvements thereon. Also, the following personal property, to-wit: 4 MULES, 2 PONEYS, 1 CARRIAGE, 1 WAGON, 2 Yokes of OXEN, Stock of CATTLE and HOGS. Blacksmith TOOLS, Farming UTENSILS on hand, and Household and Kitchen FURNITURE. Upon the following terms and condi tions, to-wit : Forcasn. A.J. BOGAN, sept23 Deputy Sheriff, State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 778, Probate—In the matter of the succession of Felix Brunot, deceased. BY virtue of a commission to me directed from the Honorable Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will expose to public sale at the Court House door in the city of Ba ton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D., 1865, at 12 o'clock. M., of said day, the following described property, to-wit : Lots Nos. one, two and three of Square No. two, measuring one hundred and eighty feet front on America street, with a depth of one hundred and seventy feet on Natchez street, with all the buildings and improvements thereon. Upon the following terms and conditions, ▼iz : 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 nntil fall and final payment or said bond. ED. COUSINARD, nov9 Sheriff. SHE! SALES. SJnttof L«ul»la«>a~ Pariah of East Baton Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court No. 406.— Elisa London, wife, ys. Alex ander S.Denliôni,'huSbftna. BY: virtue Of a writ of fieH facias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the rarish and State aforesaid, I bave seized and will expose to public sale at the resi dence of Alexander S. Denham, about fiva miles east of the city of Baton Rouge, in Broekptown, qn Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D. 1365, at,11 o'clock, A. M. r the follow ing 3 P MUI?ES pr0peny t0 wit: 18 hbai t of cattle, 8 PLOUGHS, : . , 1 HARROW, 1 wagon, 1 buggy, 5 head hogs, 200 busïièls CORN, more or less, 1 BALE COTTON, more or less, in the field. "> 1 Seized to pay and satisfy the judgment, interget,and post in the above cause. Terms of sale—Cash on the spot in U. s. TfeuStiry notes. A.J. BOGAN, novl Deputy Sheriff. State of Louisiana— J'nilxli ofEaSt Baton Rouge- Fifth Judioial District Court— BWm. S.,fike vs. I. N. Collins.—No. 402. Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and State aforesaid,! have neized and will expose to public sale at tbe Court House door, in the city of Baton Kotige on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A. D., 1865, at 12o'clock,M., the following property, to-wit: TWO'LOTS OF GROUND iû the city of Baton Rouge, laid out by Richard Devall, and designated on the plan thereof as Lots No. 4 and 5 in Square No 10 ; measuring sixty feet front, each, by one hundred and twentjr teetin depth, French measure with the buildings and improvements thereon. Seized to pay and satisfy the writs issued in the above cause together, with interest and costs. Terms of sale—cash, in U. S., Treasury NoteB, with the benefit of appraisement. ED. COUSINARD, ootSl Sheriff. State of Louisiana—Parish of East Baton Reuge—Fifth'Judicial District Court— No JI60% Probate—In the matter of the succession of Lucy Morgan, deceased. BY VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court of the Parish and State aforesaid, I will oxoose to ( pub)iç sale, at.the residence on which the deceased'last resided, situated on Big Sandy Creek, at about 27 miles from the cäty of Baton Roiige, on Tuesday, the 5th of December next, A. D., 1885, at 12 o'clock, M. of said day, the following described property, to wit : A tract of I^^-NJ). con tainin g one hun dred "and sixtj (160) acres, with all the buildings and improvements thereon, and boonded" on the North by Mrs. Rachael Mor ; gan,.on the,Easii by lands belonging to "he succession, South by Alexauder Court ay, and West bv John V. Morgan, also ONE D^RK SORREL MARE, FOUR OXEN, ' ' ONE WORK BULL. thirty H ead of stock cattle, NINE, SHEEP, TEN STOCK HOGS, FIVE CHAIRS, TWO BASKETS,., I ; 1 ih TÜRKE PINE TABLES, ONE SIDEBOARD, one clock, ONE HAT-RA CK, THREE TRUNKS and contents, ONE ORIND STONE, ONE SPINNING WHEEL, ONE STONE JAR, ONE POT. TWO BARRELS. Upon the following termB and con ditions, viz : The moveable property payable one half cash, and the other half twelve months Iter day of sala, with approved security ; the land.to be-sold on one and two years' credit from day of sale, purchaser to fur nish notes with Approved security, and mortgage retained on the property until full and final payment. ED. COUSINARD, nov2 Sheriff. £ln*reof Louisiana—Parish of Eatit 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 sale to me directed from the Honorable the Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, jOf' the Parish and State aforesaid, 1 have iBeized and will expose to public sale, at the Court House door, in the city of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, the 2d of December next, A.D., ^865, at 12 ofclock, M., the following described mortgaged property, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of LAND sito ted in this pa-iish on the Amite river at about sixteen miles from the city of Baton Rouge, containingone hundred and twenty (120) acres,' with' all the buildings thereon ; bounded north by swamp lands and west by lands of D. B. O'Fatlon, 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 "CJ," folio 1Ö6, containing eighty (80), and the other ot forty (40) facres, entered through tho State Land office by petitioner as swamp land. Seized to pay and satisfy the writ issued the above suit together with interests and costs. Terms of sale—ea6h in U. S, Treasury notes with benefit of appraisement. octSl ED. COUSINARD, Sheriff. ß Stale of Louisiana—Parish of Knst Union Rouge—Fifth Judicial District Court— No. 821—Probate—In the matter of the succession of Phillip Greenwell and wife, both deceased. Y VIRTUE of a commission to me directed from the Honorable Judge of the Fifth Judicial District Court, of the Parish and gtate aforesaid, I will expose to public sale at the Court House door in the City of Baton Rouge, on Saturday, 16th of December next, A. I).. 1865, at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, the follpwing described property, to-wit : The TRACT of LAND, on which de ceased last resided, in this parish, with alt the buildings, improvements and appur tenances thereunto belonging, containing (our hundred (£00) acres, distant about lä miles'from the éity of Baton Rouge ; and bounded on the North by lands of the heirs of Joel Barnett; East by the Amite river; South by tbe Greenwell Spring» tract"; and West? by Avery and Hubbs. Terms of sale cash, in U. 8. Treasury Note«. ED. COUSINARD. novll Sheriff. CORN! CORK ! I inn SACKS CORN. Just received and JUU for sale by J, J. OtNDASS, julyl-tf Cor. Ma.a and Levee tta.