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VENTE DE SUCCESSION.
Sucmesswionde Richard Hungerford, dtcV<e. E N vertu d'un ordre émané de l'Honorable la Cour de District dans et pour la Paroisse Ste. Marie, portant la date du 10ème jour d'Aoùt, 1853, j'offrirai en vente publique, au comptant, à la maibon de cour de cette paroisse, le MAR DI, 13ème jour de Septembre prochain, entre 10 heures du matin et 4 heures de l'après midi, la propriétd ci-après décrite, appartenant à la dite succession, savoir: Un nègre nomme Doctor, un maçon, Ag6 d'en viron 3.5 ans. Une n4gresse nommée Lucy, igée d'environ 30 ans, ayant mais un bras, et exposée aux crises, et son enfant, Melinda, fgée d'environ un an. Aussi, un lot d'outils et ustensiles de cuisine, une bibliothèque, des livres, &c. un bois de lit et les couvertures, et.n fusil. W. F. HAIFLEIGH, Shdrif. Paroisse Ste. Marie, le 11 Août, 1853. VENTE DE SUCCESSION. Sucoession de Samuel N. Barlow, décidé. EN vertu d'ni ordre accordé par l'honorable la Cour de District dans et pour la Paroisse Ste. Marie, portant date de 10àme jour d'Août 1853, j'offriai tn vente publique, au comptant, aux lieux, le MARDI, 13ièmerjour de Septembre prochain, entre 10 heures du matin et 4 heures de l'aprs-midi, la prop*fbd ci-après dderite, ap partehuIt i la susdite su&assion, savoir: Un moreeaun de terre situd en bas la ille de Pattersasville, dans cette paroisse, ayasutaacre de face sur larivière Atchafalaya, et 'teadant au chemin public qui conduit à la Baie Berwick, eaMeble awec toutes les betisses et amdliorations qeui s'y trouent, conna ordiairement coume le lot de la fonderie, à l'exception de hla maehine, les ouil, la ferge, les amdèles, et autres chose de la propridté personnelle. L'acte de la vente pardevant Wm. A. Lang ley, notaire puahiie, asu frais de l'acheteur. WM. A. RIGGS, Adminsiesbmr. Paroisse Ste.Marie, le 11 AoOt, 18a31 ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. David Beruwick COUR DE DISTRICT, v. No. 4t620, Bernard McGann. Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de saisie et vente lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour la Par oisse Ste. Marie, à moi adressé et delivré,j'offri rai en vente publique, au comptant, à la maison de cour de cette paroisse, dans la ville de Frank lin, le SAMEDI, 3éme jour 3e Septembre pro chain, 1853, à 11 heures du matin, la propriété ci-après décrite, savoir: La moitié indivisée d'un certain terrain situé dans la ville de Franklin, dans cette paroisse, mesurant 38 pieds de face sur la Rue du Main, plus ou moins, sur la profondeur de 100 pieds, borné en haut par le terrain de R. M. Sawyer et en bas par le terrain d'Abram Heaton, et en ar rière par le terrain autrefois de Lewis & Cooper, étant le même que le dit McGanit et un Miles Miller ont aquié ensemble par achat de Ichabod Smith, avec la moitié indivisée de toutes les bâ tisses et améliorations qui s'y tiouvent su, le dit terrain. Saisi comme étant la propriété du dit Bernard McUann, pour satisfaire l'ordre de saisie et vente ci-dessus. WM. F. HAIFLEIGHI, Shérif. Paroisse Ste. Marie, le 28 Juillet, 18-33. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Simiton 4 MNaskell COUR DE DISTRICT, v. No. 3176. Walter Brashear. 1 Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de fierifidas, à moi adressé et délivré, j'offrirai en vente pub lique, au comptant, à la maison-de-cour de cette paroisse, dans la ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, le 3ème jour de Septembre prochain, IS-)3, entre 11 heures du matin et 4 heures de l'après-midi, la propriété ci-après décrite, savoir: UTne certaine isie située sur la baie d'Atchafa. laya, appellée " Belle Isle," contenant environ 400 acres superficies de terre, plus ou moins, avec toutes les bâtisses et améliorations qui s'y trouvent; aussi, environ 60 tètes de bêtes à cornes de race, qui se trouvent sur la dite isle. Saisi comme étant la propriété de Walter Brashear, pour satisfaire l'ordre ci-dessus. W. F. HAIFLEIGH, Shérit Paroisse Ste. Marie, le 28 Juillet, 1853. Notice to the Railroad Tax Payers OF THE PARISH 0F ST. MARY. T ITHE undersigned having been appointed Col lector of said Tax, is now ready to receive the same, and during his absenee from Fianklin Mr. Simeon Smith will seceive the same for him. Prompt paymaient is requested. For the accommodatton of tbose interested the undèrsigned will be at the follwing places, on the ds upeoified, to receive the Tax: At Caeye store, Centreville, on Wednesday, the lOth inst. At Meusss. Rie's plaotatiou, Bayou Salé, on ThurMay, the 1lth. AiN. M. Hébert's store, Cypremort, on Mon day. lhe 15tih. At Gillard's store, Indian Bend, on Tuesday, the lOlth.L At P. Pr<oet's, Jeuanerette, on Wedaeabty, th« l7th. At ero'ssi n Thursday, the 18tiL. At Jof Maggah's- store, Pattersonville, onri Tuesday, the 23d. At Deluky's store% Bayou Boiad, on Thursday, the. th inst. P. DELAHOUSSAYE, Coeatpr. Franklin, Aug.4. 1853. 1m VIS est parle prdsent donnd à tous ceux que e. ela peut concerner que, conformément à un ordre accorddqpar l'Honorable la Cour de District do 14ème district udiciaird de l'Etat de la Louisiane eun date du 7 courant, une assem bide des cidanciers de BLocH de GODOcuAUx sera teau pardesant moi, le Lundi 22ème jour dn mois d'Aout prochain, pendant les heures pre scrites par la loi. J. A. DUMARTTAIT, Recorder. Ste. Marie, 14Juillet, 1853. Succession de Mme. Rosalie Therriot, dicedie. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de SDistrict, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que ROSEMOND THERRIOT. de cette paroisse, a enrigistrd dans cette cour une petition deman dant qu'il soit nommd administrateurde la susdite succession : Avis et par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sins (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 18 Août. 1853. Succession Vacante de Deli/a Mason, (veuve Beatie) diécdée. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie -Attendu que CHARLES MUGGAH, de cette paroisse, a enrégistré dans cette cour une petilion deman dant qu'il soit nommé administrateur de la sus dite succession: Avis et par le présent donné a tons ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le 10 jour qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 11, Août, 1853. Suression de David E. Meade, déeédt. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de S4District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que HARRIET C. WEEKS, veuve de feu David E. Meade, a enrégistré dans cette cour une peti tion demandant qu'elle soit nommée administra trice de la susdite succession: Avis est par le présent donné à tons ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans les 10 jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Paroisse Ste. Marie, 11 Août, 1853. Succession de Mme. Susane Mixer, décide. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que NATHAN BERWICK. de la dite paroisse, administrateur de la susdite succession, a enré. gistrd dans cette cour un compte de son admi nistration, de la susdite succession, ainsi qu'une pétition demandant que ledit compte soit homo logué et apprové: Avis est par le prdsent donnd à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à dédaire dans les 30 joursqui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 28 Juillet, 1853. Succession de William Roc/hsel,dicidd. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que WILLIAM ROCHEL,de la paroisse Sainte Marie, exéruteur datif testamentaire de la sus dite succession, a enrégistre dans cette cour son tableau final de l'administration d'icelleavec une petition demandant que le dit tableau soit ap. prouvé et homologué, et qu'il soit décharge à ja mais de l'administration de cette succession.: Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qse cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans les 30 jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 28 Juillet, 1853. Estate of Ann Crow, deceased, wrife of the late Martin Demaret. QTATE OF LOUISIANA.-District Court, k Parish of St. Mary.-Whereas JOSEPH T.HAWKINS, of this parish, dative testanen tary executor of said estate, bas filed in said court a final account of his administration of the saidestate, together with a petition praying that said account may be approved and homologated: Notice is therefore given to ail whomi it doth or may conrern; to show cause, if any they have, within thirty days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Ofice, July 21, 1853. ,uccession de Ann Crow, decidia, weuve de fe Martin Demaret. E TAT DE LA LOLISIANE.--Cour de 1 District, Paroisse Ste. Marie-Attende que JOSEPH T. HAWKINS, de cette paroisse, xx4cuteur datif testanentaire de Ia susdite aosd cession, a enregistrd dans cette cour un tableau final de son administration de la dite succession, avec one petition demandant que le dit tableau aoit approa~ e et homologue: Arvi eat par le present donne I tons ceux qui cela peat concerner d'avoir a d6dnire dans lea 30 jours qui suivront Ih date do present avis, les rai sons (si ancnnes ils ont) pour lesquelles ii ne se raitpas fait droit t sa ddmande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 21 Jillet, 1853. \n\n 6sedin1gs of the Police Jury OF THE PARISH OFST. MARY. SatmrYar Ave. 13, 1853. The Police Jury met pursuant to ci. tations issued by the Clerk, on the or der of the President, granted on the .--tition of twelve freeholders praying that they take into consideration the propriety of passing an ordinance to prevent the spread of epidemic and contagious diseases. Present the folloWing members :--st ward, Horatio Stansbury; 2d ward, N. L. Provost; 3d ward, Sampson Pecan tet: 4th ward, Dolsey Bndin; sth ward, B. Martel; 6th ward, Cheney Johnson;, 7th ward, Samuel L. Randlett 8th ward, Thomas J. Foster; 9th ward, Nathan Berwick; 10th ward: William Pumphrey: Abwsnt: 11th ward, Thomas Wilcox on; 12th ward. R. B. Brashear. The order calling this meeting and the petition on which it was granted were read, and on motion the following ordi nanee was read and adopted section by section, viz: Ax ODnaIrAxc to prevent the istroduc tion and spread of epidemic or conta ous diseases in the Parish of St. Mary. 1st. Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the Pariah of St. Mary, that hereaf ter at the regular meeting of the Po lice Jury in the month of July, or at any time thereafter until the regular meeting in October of each year, there iball be elected a regularly licensed flyuiolmn to be known as '- Parish Health Officer." "2d. That before entering on the du ties of his office said Health Officer shall take and subscribe the following oath : "I do solemnly swear that I will well and truly and to the best of my judg ment and ability discharge all the do. ties incumbent on me as Health Officer of the Parish of St. Mary, and that I will at all times while I hold said office use my best exertions to detect the ex istence of any epidemic or contagious disease, and to arrest the spead of the same in said parish. So help me God." 3d. That it shall be the duty of said Health Officer, when notifieH to that ef fect by the Presidentof the Police Jury, immediately to repair to such place in the parish as may be designated by the Police Jury, there to remaiin until said President shall notify him that his ser vices are no longer required. He shall board all vessels, steamboats or other water crafts arriving at or near the point where he is stationed, shall re quire of the master, or person in com mand, that all the officers, crew and passengers be mustered before him, and when so mustered he shall care fully examine them with the view to ascertain whether or not there be any epidemic or contagious disease on board. and should no such disease exist on board such vessel, steamboat or other water craft, then he shall deliver to said master or other person in command a certificate to that effect, signed by him in his official capacity. and there upon permit said vessel, steamboat or water craft to proceed on her voyage: provided that no such vessel, steamboat or other water craft arriving from any port or place where any contagious or epidemic disease exists, shall be per mitted to proceed unless at least nine days have elapsed from the time at which they departed from said port or place. 4th. It shall further be the duty of said Health Officer, should he. after the examination above required to be made, be of opinion that there exists any epidemic or infectious disease on board, or that there is any danger that any such disease will develop itself, to detain such vessel, steamboat or water craft, and order the master or person in charge to repair to such anchorage as way be designated by the Board of Health, there to remain'until said epi demic or contagious disease shall have disaDDeared. 5th, He may at his discretion permit such of the officers, crew. or passengers to land as he may consider in a healthy -state, and are not likely to propagate such disease, in all such cases, how ever, he shall furnish such persons with certificates to that effect. 6th. He shall not leave the point where he may be station by the Police Jury or its President, except to board vessels in the Atchafalaya river, be low Pattersonville, without permission from, the latter, under a penalty of 0100 for every time he may so absent himself. .Ttb. BHe mayappoint a deputy or de tputies for wthm he shall be responsi *nei and who shall be regularly licensed physicians. They shall take the same oath, perfornm tle same duties, and have the sase powers as said principal; and either said principal or one of his de :polies shall at all times be at the post designated for said principal, except as provided for in the preceding section, and neither said principal nor his de. puty shall be permitted to leave said without leaving the other, in his 6th. IIt 1shall further be the dntr of said Health Officer to provide for the aecommodation and cat e of all Mte pas sen+ers on boa any vessel he may order into quarantine at or near the point where he is stationed under the s.pervison of the Bnard of Health, and any e penaoe he may thus incur shall entitle .tihteo a warrant on the Pgjish Trejteiry- for the amount, when the -samesi be certified to the President of th ie Jnrpy hthe Secretary of the BtD l A.health: +'-':" *be oseball board ead examine the .J and all otbehrvessels ascend t n saIfya rier at souch plsoe w teifmarill uas he may desig-. asts. Eath. Hle shall display a yellow flag ilad near the statton by day, and a ow signal light by night. ieh Health ifcer to be ap poiotdd under or by virtue of thir ordi. anes, shall, before entering on the du ties of his effie, enter into, bond with at J+S+ one good solvant sou , in thip, 000 payabletoshe -t dee keiH P ollee Jury, for the we ofthi i of e$l dary, eoaditiouel fo V Sth~l sharge of his dnt.e C "t * u +ben 13th. They shall superintend and di rect the expenditures to be made by the Health Officer for the care of the, sick who may be landed at his station. They may appoint such additional Health Officers as they may judge ne cessary, designate the points where they shall be stationed, fix their com pensation, fill vacancies to last till the next regular session of the Police Jury, and to take and adopt such measures generally as they may deem expedient to prevent the introduction or spread of any epidemic or contagious diseases, and all necessary expenses incurred by them shall be paid out of the Parish Treasury on the warrant of the Presi dent of the Police Jury, countersigned by the Clerk, when certified by the Se cretary of the Board of Health. 14th. For the services to be perform ed by said Health Officer he shall re ceive at the rate of $350 per month while actually employed. 15th. That it shall be the duty of every master or person in command of any steamboat, vessel or otner water craft to stop at the point where said Health Officer may be stationed, and to report to him the state of health of all on board, and if any person should be sick he shall report the same to said Health Officer, stating all the symptoms of disease and how long such person or persons have beery sick, and should said Health Officer so order, it shall be the duty of said master or person in com mand of such vessel, steamboat or other water craft to repair with his ves sel without delay to such place as said Health Officer shall designate, and not depart therefrom without his written permission, and to prevent all persons not having the certificate of said Health Officer from landing from such vessel, steamboat or water craft. 16th. It shall also be the duty of said master or other person in charge to stop his vessel whenever hailed by the said Health Officer, and whenever by him requested to muster every person on board for examination by said Health Officer, to allow him free access to all parts of said vessel, steamboat or other water craft, and to allow him every fa cility necessary to complete his exami nation of the officers, crew, passengers and vessel. 17th. That it shall further be the duty of said master or other person in com mand, whenever thereto required, to exhibit to the Collector of the Customs and other officers of the revenue at Pat. tersonville and Franklin, or to the offi cers appointed by the towns and vil lages, or by the Police Jury of the Par ish of St. Mary, the certificate he shall have received from said Health Officer. 18th. That should any master or per son in command refuse to stop his ves sel at the point where the Health Offi cers are stationed, or when bailed by said Health Officer, or to permit them free acce-s to all parts of said vessel. or refuse to muster the persons on board or exhibit the certificate of said Health Officer to the officers designated in the preceding section, or shall fail to report any sickness on board the said vessel, he and the owners or charterers of such vessel shall be fined in a sum not less than $1,000. 19th. For every person said master or person in command shall permit to land without the certificate of the said Health Officer, said master, person in command, vessel, owners and charter ers shall be fined in a sum not less than $100, and every person so landing shall be liable to forfeit and pay a sum not less that $50. 20th All which fines and forfeitures shall inure to the benefit of the parish, and shall be sued for and recovered be fore any court of competent jurisdiction. The Police Jury appointed the fol lowing persons to constitute the Board of Health viz: Cheney Johnson, Samu el L.Randlett, Thomas J. Foster. Dr. R. H. Day and Dr. Joseph W. Lyman. On motion of Nathan Berwick it was resolved that the Parish Health Officer shall be stationed at or as near as pos sible to Lynch's point, at the junction of Grand Lake and the River Atchafalaya or wherever else the Board of Health may determine. On proceeding to ballot for Health Officer itppeared that Chas. M. Smith had received 8 votes, and Henry J. San d4rs 2 votes; consequently, Charles M. Smtith was declared duly elected. On motion of William Pumphrey it was ordered that 100 extra Copies of the ordinance passed this day be print ed with as little delay as possible. S. L. RANDLSTT, President. A true extract from the minutes. R. N. McMILLAN, Clerk. TOWN COUNCIL. TUaslir, AuousT 16, 1853. The Town Council met this day for the purpose of adopting precautionary measures to prevent the introduction or spread of epidemic or contagious dis eases in the town of Franklin, when the following ordinance was passed: Bs IT OIDA13tD, by the President and Board of Tra'uees of the Torn of Franklin : 1st. That there shall be elected by said President and Board of Trustees of the Town of Franklin, a regularly li censed physician, to be known as the "'Town Health Officer," whose duty it shall be to use every exertion 'within his power to prevent the introduction and arrest the spread of any epidemic or contagious disease in said town. ie shall eatnimne all strangers or citizens arriving in said town from any place where any epidemic or infectious dis ease exists, and shall require them to depart and remain beyond the corpi rate limits of said town until at least niane days shall have elapsed from the time of their departure from said place where any such disease prevails; and he shall not permit any person arriving from any sach place, who may be sick, to enter said town until he shall have perfectly recovered from suhob sickness. He shall board al. 4*tb boats, vessels, or other water era4.rving in the said town, adshall permit no person to land therefrom who irpy be sienk, or who shallhave leRtl place whiere any epidetiie or u siqus disease exists wiMkia she-Jasi e ai- precedieg their arrival in oiwd town. Ld. That ithsafttbe the duty of e master, or -pers id conimtatd of auj steamboat. vessel or water craft, to al low said l-ealth Officer every facility to make the examination necessary to enable him to decide whether or not there is any danger from any such dis ease, or any sick person arriving from any such place as described in the pre ceding section on board, and if required so to do by said Health Officer, he shall furnish him with a list of all the per sons on board, stating therein the place or places from which they have come, and the date of their departure. 3d. For every infraction or violation of this ordinance, and for every refusal of any person to obey the instructions of said Health Officer. the offender shall be fined in a sum not less that 8100, to be recovered before any court of com petent jurisdiction. The Board then proceeded to elect said Health Officer, when it appeared that Dr. E. S. Alexander was chosen unanimously. The Board appointed B. F. Harris a Special Constable for two months, to assist the said Health Officer iu the ex ecution of his duties, and to see that the streets, gutters and back yards of the inhabitants within the corporation are kept in a healthy condition, and to cause lime to be spread wherever they may think it necessary, at the expense of the proprietor or occupant of the premises. The Board then adjourned. Lccetrs SuTLIFr, President. A true extract from the minutes. L. R. CURTIS, Clerk. Obituary. At a meeting of Vermillion Division, No. 3-5, Sons of Temperance, held at their hall at Perry's Bridge, on Sunday, August 7, 1853, the follow ing preamble and resolutions were unanimously passed: WasERns it has pleased an All-wise Provi dence, in the ordinary dispensation of human events, to remove from our midst, in the prime and vigor of life, and a career of usefulness, Bro. ANDREW JACKSON THALI., a member of this Order Resoved, That the members of this Division have heard with deep and unfeigned grief of the premature death of our esteemed and worthy brother, Andrew Jackson Theall, which we all extremely deplore. Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Theall the community have lost an upright, honest and patriotic citizen, his family a tender husband and a dutiful father, and this fraternity a zealous and faithful member. Resolved. That the members of this Division hereby tender to the family of Bro Theall their condolence and sympathy for the irreparable loss they have sustained. Resolved, That as a mark of respect, which the members of this Division have ever enter tained for Bro. Theall as an upright citizen and a faithful member of the fraternity,tthe members of this Division willpear crape on the left arm du ring thirty days. Resolved. That the R. S. of this Division be requested to furnish the widow of Bro. Theall with a copy of these resolutions, and that copies thereof be furnished the Editors of the " Inde pendant," "Planters' Banner," and "Southern Organ," with a request to publish the same. A true copy: R. H. MILLS, R. S. LEGAL SALES. SUCCESSION SALE. Estate of Rickard Hungerford, deceased. BY virtue of an order issued out of the honor able the District Court ofVhe Parish of St.. 4ary, bearing date the 10th day of August, 1853, I will offer at public sale, for cash, at the court house of this parish, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of September next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. a. and 4 o'clock P. M., the following described property, belonging to the said estate, to wit: A negro man, named Doctor, a bricklayer, aged-about 35 years. A negro woman, named Lucy, aged about 30 years, having but one arm, and subject to fits; together with her child, Melinda, aged about one year. Also, a lot of tools and kitchen utensils, a book case and contents, a bedsteadand bedding, and a double-barreled shot gun. WM. F. HAIFLEIGH, Sheriff. Parish of St. Mary, Aug. 11, 1853. SUCCESSION SALE. Estate of Samuel N. Barlow, ddcoaed. B Y virtue of an order issued from the honor. able the DistrictCourt in and for the Parish of St. Mar, under date of the 10th of August, 1853, I shall offer at public sale, for cash, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the 13th of Septem ber next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. K. and 4 o'clock P. x., the following described pro. perfy, belonging to the said estate, to wit: A lot or parcel of land situated below the town of Pattersonville, in this parish, having one acre front on the Atchafalaya river, and thence run aing between parallel lines to the public road leading to Berwick's Bay; together with all the buildings and improvements thereon situated, commonly known as the Foundry Lot, exclusive of the engine, tools, forge, patterns, and some other personal property. Art of sale before Wm. A. Langley, Notary Pablic, at the expense of the purchaser. WM. A. RIGGS, Administrator. Parish of St Mary, Aug. 11, 1853. (A l)bs Assorted Colas ground in oil, ea )U. esistin of Chrome and Paris roen. chrome yelow, Pruia Ble, Vaady.e Brownl Borut .isan, Bhek and Umber, just receieed at t*bwePaukli Drug Stoma, ad for mle by G. N. SEAGRAVE. W'I.DOW GLASS PUTY, &..--i9 to2ds30ga ted, for. ale at the Fraa.I.* g Stacy bs . . N. SEAG VEB: SHERIFF'S SALES. STATE OF LOUISIANA. Datvid Beroick DISTRICT COURT, vs. No. 4620, Bernard IcGann. Parish of St. Mary. B Y virtue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the District Court in and for the pa rish of St. Mary, and to me addressed and de. livered, I shall offer at public sale, for cash, at the Court House of this parish, in the town of Frank lin, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of September, 1853, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M., the follow ing described property, to wit: The undivided half of a certain lot of ground situated in the town of Franklin, in this parish, measuring 38 feet front, more or less, on Main stjeet, by the depth of 100 feet, bounded above by a lot of R. M. Sawyer and below by lot of Abram Heaton, and in the rear bya lot formerly belonging to Lewis & Cooper, being the same the said McGann and one Miles Miller acquired jointly by purchase from Ichabod Smith, together with the undivided half of all the buildings and improvements now on said lot. Seized as the property of Bernard McGann, to satisfy the above order of seizure and sale. WM. F. HAIFLEIGH, Sheriff. Parish of St. Mary, July 28, 1"53. STATE OF LOUISIANA. Simon . Mlskl DISTRICT COURT, vs. 1No. 3176. Walter Braskear. Parish of St. Mary. B Y virtue of a writ of feri fiwins, to me di rected, I shall offer at public sale, for cash, at the Court House of this parish, in the town of Franklin, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of September, 1853, between the hours of 1 o'clock A. x. and 4 o'clock P. M., the following described property, to wit: A certain Island situated on the Atchafalaya Bay, called "Belle Isle," containing about 400 superficial acres of land, more or les, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon situated; also, about 60 head oL horned cattle of fine blood, on the said i d. " Seized as the propert of Walter Brashear, to satisfy the above writ. W. F. HAIFLEIGH, Sheriff. Parish of St. Mary, July 2S, 18t3. New Goods. WE have just received our Spring supply of new and fashion able, fancy and staple goods. Ladies' Dress Goods, Bareges, Muslins and Jaconets. Heniton Lace Collars and Under Sleeves5 Muslin " " " Fancy and Velvet Ribbons, &c. Also Ladies' Boots and Shoes, [Philadelphia Ma. nufaceture.] Men's 4o- do. And a general supply of Family and Planta tion articles, which makes our stock as complete as will generally be found in a country store. S. SMITH & SON. NOTICE is hereby given to all those whom it doth or may concern that, pursuant to an order issued out by the Honorable the District Court of the fourteenth judicial district of the State of Louisiana bearing date the 7th of July 1853, a meeting of the creditors of BLOCH & GODCHAUX will be held before me, at my office at Franklin, on Monday, the 22d day of August next, during the hours provided for by law. J. A. DUMARTRAIT, Recorder. St. Mary, July 14, 1853. Plaa for Sale. _ _ A superior fine-toned Piano, of modern make and in excellent or der, is offered for sale, a bargain. For particulars inquire of l S. L. RANDLETT. Franklin, Aft. 4, 2853. tf SMALL JARS-For Preseves and Pickle., and large jar oerks, for sale at my shop. 31 C.R AE. -CROCKERY.--Soup Treens (a variety of styles), Salad Dishes, Vegetable do., with enl without covers, Pickle do., Bautter do., Coffee Cups, large sad smnad, Tea do., Baking Dishes, Pitchers, .ruibleae, Soup Plates, Dinner and -Brkft Fo, foc w . xMilk Pnas. Jo rBAI! ARD. LEGAL NOTICES. Estate of Mrs. Rosalie Therrit, deceased. STATE OF LOUISIANA-District Court, Parish of St.Mary-Whereas ROSEMOND RHERRIOT, of this parish, has filed in said court a petition praying that he may be appointed administrator of said estate: Notice is hereby given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within ten days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not he granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Aug. 18, 18.53. Vacant Estate of Deli/. Mason, (widoo Bea tie) deceased. CTATE OF LOUISIANA-District Court, k Parish of St Mary -Whereas CHARLES MUGGAH, of this parish has filed in said court a petition praying to be appointed curator of the said vacant estate: Notice is hereby given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within 10 days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Aug. 11, 1853. Estate of Dared E. .lleade, deceased. ITATE OF LOUISIANA-District Court, a Parish of St. Mary.-Whereas HARRIET C. WEEKS, widow of the late David E. Meade, has filed in this court a petition praying to be appointed admninistratrix of said estate: Notice is thercfore given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within 10 days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office. Aug. 11, 1853. Estate of MTrs. Susan MiwL.ar, deasai. C.TATE OF LOUISIANA.-District Court, L) Parish of St. Mary-Whereas NATHAN BERWICK of the parish of St. Mary, has filed in this court his account as administrator afore said, together with a petition praying that the same may be homologated and approved: Notice is therefore given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within 30 days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office, July 28, 1853. Estate of William Rockel, deceased. STATE OF LOUISIANA.-DistrictCourt, Parish of St. Mary.-Whereas WILLIAM ROCHEL, of the Parish of St. Mary, dative testamentary executor of said estate, has filed in said court his final account of administration of the same, together with his petition praying that said account may be approved and homologated, and helbe discharged from further administration of the same: Notice is therefcre given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within thirty days from the date thereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office, July 28, 18-53. For Sale, 100 I IW0 FEET 0F CEDAR 1 W<VA. ) TIMBER, ranging rrom 5 to 12 inachm square. and from 8 o 24 feet long. .Apply to INDEPENDENCE ALPHA, or ISAAC TROWBRIDGE, JR. Frainiklin. July 21. 1M3. lm UININE, Morphine,Calomel, Leeches, &e Q t New Orans prices. C. RABE. REAL ESTATE. For Sale, n A House and Lot on Main street, on ai_ reasonable terms and on long credit. I For further particulars apply to L. R. Curtis, Esq., Franklin, La. S. FRIEND. July 21, 1853. For Sale. The subscriber offers for sale on rea sonable terms, the House and Lot now occupied by him on Third street. The lot is 80 by 300' feet, and has upon It a comfort able one story house and out-buildings attached embracing every convenience for a small family. There is also a Carhenter's Shop on the lot which will be sold along with the other buildings or by itself to suit the convenience of purchasers. Terms made known on application to LUCIUS SUTLIFFE. Franklin, June 16, 1853. 23-tf. For Sale, n.. The lot of ground situated in the s town of Franklin, fronting on the rear J.llstreet, containing about 12 superficial arpents, together with all the buildings and im provements thereon, consisting of a Dwelling House in good repair. a new stable and hen house, cabins and out-buildings, and two good cisterns; a portion of the land is now an orchard of various kinds of fruit. For terms, which are very moderate, apply to me. G. N.SEAGRAVE, Atty. for R. E. Taz.sor. Franklin, July 7, 1&53.-2m. For Sale. A comfortable Dwelling House and j _ Lot in the town of Franklin, fronting on the West side of First Street, with all the necessary out-houses attached. Also, one vacant Lot, fronting on the eas: side of Se cond Street, an eligible building lot; will be sold on reasonable terms for cash or on time, for fur ther particulars apply to L. R. Curtis, Franklin, or to J. V. Dartigues at his plantation 5 miles above Franklin. Franklin, June 9, 1S,3.-tf. For Sale. The subscriber will sell his new SDwelling-House and Lot with the cor nice up and shingled, a brick cellar, cistern, kitchen and store-room, situated oa Second street, joining the Catholic chureb lot; or, the subscriber will sell the front house on said lot and remove it to another lot for the pur chaser, and finish it on reasoncble terms, or sell it enclosed. The front house is 44 feet front by 37 feet deep, two stories high, divided into four rooms up stairs and two large rooms below, and a hall through the centre-including a ten-foot gallery in front; the rooms are well ventilated The addition to the back is 24 feet by 22 feet, in cluding a galler-, two rooms up stairs and one large room below ; the lot is 80 feet front,extend ing 150 feet back, with a good well, flower gar. den, fruit trees and shrubbery. For further par ticulars inquire of the subscriber. ANDREW E. KINSELA. Franklin, Dec. 18, 1852.-tf. REMO VAL OF HYDE & GOODRICH, From 15 Chcartres Street to corner of Canal and Royal. T HE subscribers having leased the spacious new store corner of Canaland Royal streets will remove from the position they have so long occupied at No. 15 Chartres Street. on or about the 15th of August next. We are fitting up the premises with entire new fixtures throughout, and will open with a large and well assorted stock of rich jewelry, fine Watehev, silver, and plated ware. Our stock is selected with great care sad we are always supplied with the latest foreign nov. elties, by experienced agents in England, France and Germany. Among the articles worthy of particular men tion, are our Diamond Goods, of which we have an unusually. large, and brilliant assortment in every variety of mounting. Our Watches with gold, silver and enameled cases, from the most celebrated makers of Lon don, Geneva, and Copenhagen. Independant of the extensive frst foor we have a large and beautifully furnished "Show Boom" on the second, devoted to the sale of FINE FANCY GOODS, such as: Papier Machf, Tables, Chairs, Desks, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, &c. Bronze and Gilt Clock and Candelabres, Marble, Porcelain. and Wood Clocks, from 8 to 80 dollars, Fine Dresden, and French Porcelaine Ware. We have also a choice selection of fine Oil Paintings. on Canvas, Copper and Porcelainr copies by the best German ar'ists from the most celebrated productions of European masters. A Gun Department, embracing every variety of single and double barreled - Shot Guns and Rifles, Pistols of all makers including the cele brated Derenger's, Colt's, Allen's and Whitney's REVOLVERS, BOWIE KNIVES, PERCUSSION CAPS, and a complete assortment of of sporting appa ratus. Connected with our establishment we have in the city an extensive manufactory, from which we are supplied at all times, with the newest and most desirable styles of Silver Ware. We are enabled also, to turn out work to order, at short notice, and at prices from five to eight per eent sheaper than when bought at the north. Watches and Jewelry carefilly repaired by the most experienced workmen. Diamonds and other precious stones reset in gold, silver or enameled mountings after the latest Parisian and New York models. N. B.-The highest cash price paid for old silver or old pieces exchanged for new. '" Our house has been established forty years in this city." HYDE & GOODRICH, 19-3m. No. 15 Chartres street, New Orleans. GEO. W. WHALEY. THOS. T. .AnSHEAX. WHALEY k BRASHEAR, COIMISSION i FORWARDING ERCHIANTS CITY OF BRASHEAR, On Berwick's Bay. THE above firm will open and offer for sale at I their store, on or about the 5th of September next, one of the most extensive and complete as sortments of IMERCHANDISE ever offered in our market, consisting of Dry Goods, Groce. ries, Hardware, Hats, Shoes, Kerseys, Blankets, Oils, Ship Chandlery, and every article that may be called for in the market-all fresh and new goods, purchased and selected with great care by Mr. Whaley, in the northern markets, and will be disposed of at very low prices. Berwick's Bay, Aug. 8, 1853. 31-tf For Sale, A NEGRO WOMAN and her two children, recommended as a fne seams tress, cook, washer and ironer, fully gua rantied in every respect. For further particulars inquire of the subscriber, Bay on SaiE, or to L. R. Curtis, Franklin. 29-3t WILLIAM GARRETT. DENTISTRY. SThe undersigned respecttmllv re news the tender of his pcofesstons services in the line of DEN TISTR Y. Arti4cial Teeth inserted on gold plate, f~re one tooth to a full set, with a spring or on the principle of atmospheric pressure. All other work appertaining to the Teeth done on the most approved principles, and with the best materials. Not being able to boast of any nes discoveries. he does not expect the patronage of the most cre dulous, but is willing to confine his practice to those persons only who are aware that flu gold is the only substance known that can be used with certainty in the mouth. 7 Plantations visited when required. WILLtAM CISSNA. Pattersonville, July19,1852. tf G UNNS DOMESTIC MEDICINE-Rit. ter's Medical Manual. Buchan's Medical Chest Companion and Medical Works in every brunch of the science, for sale at my shop. C. RABE.