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An om one secoad Soor, front, lathe ieis. part of
the town. For teas, etc., apply to the lBamNa OrPe.
For the neatet and cheapest job wk, at abort modes,
and in any color,all at the PLtErs BAass. oeee.
We areasbured by a New Orisam pape erat Mr
J. Ales Jaes . e. hem appieto by ow. Wrath.,
tax ceelletr r the pearh o Iberia.
For the pas week has bee u ly eM r the
setio. (Ion esay morng the theanmeer at the
store of Dr. Ja. A. L e stood at V. Tle g5o was
bofes to the &pt ettwe or aree l tia
We deae t sa t the enge ues to esposed
pla eerwpre tapred by the late ee weber. We hepe
this my to the tees was emt ea d. elte at g
crop cibepee Teebe isbegimning is be vehals,
During he peat eM all besteee rsae et a eeal char
acter.h as beam Mspped, as It has bean Impoedhle tbr
country people to lenas e Ih e the the kind of ethr
we have had.
Dr.Jas A. Lee,advertises a supply of fresh Shaker
prervee ar sale at his drug store e Main street. Our.
citiem hi need of these delicacies will And thee offered
for sale by Dr. Lee, very aces
Attention is called to the card of Frank Little, of
the Alice. Plantation, of a stray horse. Alsoe of . P.
Seett, of aiar promissory Dote, bet of whtci we
fouad imear colmas today.
It has beenthought by some of our eitlseas that the
cold weather had injured the seed cnae, hut we are glad
to bhe able to gate that sneb is not the case, as we are in
formed by the planters.
the A. K T. Company have chartered the Maggie P.
and her barges, sad a noew having them put la order.
It is reported that she will be seat to Calcessi river
with the machimory for the sulphur simes.
Mr. Ro.h W. Allen, of the steamer Minnie Avery, has
.aur thanks for news favors on Sunday nights, when we
have me mails, and seeequaentLy bave nso ty paper.
We desire, also. to thank the oacers of the Iberales
Minnie Avery ur repeated favors to ea while O our
trips up and down the bayou.
Ave heavy en the bayo., both up and dow ; and the
bayonastateers are pushed sometimea to do the betes k
and mak the peeeoary comections. We want no
better evidebe of the inereding prspee Of this mee
tie thea these heavy ftreights. A reat may passe'
gum are also pasing over the reate tl.ly. Our country
ls gradually coming lato metice abroad
The mpper give by the ladies of the Episcopal
Charb. at Thepaa Hal on M day night, came of,
and, so ar as the sapper was coeoermed, was a splendid
sceee; but the weather was extremely eold and pre
vented m y of oar cit-nes and ladies from attemding,
who weul etherwise haved ome s.
Many tdreagers, mu the meean thickly set. e pertlns
of the egeatry. uhvu come to Iber.s parish n ch of
bhnes~aring the est easso. he reaoter pesate of
these peple bahe but a smll capital, ad dhelk raier
tont l , or week an e, th to bay. We hepe
they will ad emeed id gosaig homes, fr they an Iust
th kind of peepl we seed here
Thue. EL Umy.
'he sew Ut. Key, of the A. IIL r. lise bee bea, ea
gaged owytfg et the teeu free the lower poet of the
bayoe. Cept. U Is Triaded. bet pepulw eeeeambr.
was io town last weear. em boiaee fre the A. IL T.
Co.. of whit be i. the epeelmdeai The l. Namy
be. tub ea w ee egwtbomwiru~ep A -
toh of rlitnbte out of the bayou thi s awme
Amuea & Ue, 4. F. h.,A.MI,
The bbgk~t~edgsu qeam brem 458m "
ledge 4.1.Tj , W. K ; IL JmIbns. W. id
P. Laef~5. W.i 3 . A. Uire~a. I'rswem ; r. Mlw. T
Seeretry; W.F. Wae LeD ; S. I ur J. D; a
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Ow so w e wLe biye fet the peat weph e m eee,
M but Dale beebees i blehgemeew ~ hye tw b
tdel, 0e0 U Dae of whath .webe spoke. ewhewb. D
The Ltab D. wade but sepmw lathe bqye. bs a
Veeb. but wow mle t ppdel as to the am~eti of befel aK
pbe took eat with her. ThjAebbbg kgb aee but hwy A
tewsap .- *,4It~s kwbetaad split Uwber sat weed.
The heyeo lise. Mw ; aei the dneultlem it.e low
waer wý eMM ea tw lly peehebe. 'I
It I. e galms that oe e we.a bs mut broeugt late r
our baymus a pe4 of eoem that ws at heel im a
ett sn the demmel. ta thie lee~llea It In sew
" msI~qa M M essboevatpebe ef as Aa UsereL
It eau M breeghlte owa whepb hie wae teg Ie mes
dud hi eat s-a eS matf U ae"e pat bendl, a l
wm erlya test~ at hea~t SI Uper boent 1 We be.
ll~ebetstwe Di ed best'o l j he silI Msnkge at
to abete pelee. We hope m me whle Iaable wE
bst ebeeewhrea emeinggbrseo to supply our geenwy
beb" eethw~o' nos. -
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peIee. wesh Ofot Um me. Iwokoh wes. emed I
so tststbp,*&der..ad wowifs sel Wraha t
me~dinab, ~e~m de mmeeelkg oeM Wedhw,
o" bu ept ceweIbm ta ewly Dyise -h" as
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This shop I sow l emplmt order, ad I a now
proenti to esea i to be t -mmaer ea t w-mena
ha Cles -.11s mb of WOOD AND ION WORK.
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The J.i es CQU.mt r.
Parties de. tbhee implmmia for the comns erop,
aren quemls to
se.m a thesr orems at ema
Sr them, iltfey wouldt them Ia time for use.
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M Leeomed Sett Paublshi Co. alae publish THE
FARMER'S GUIDO sOtm e ml pealesl agriel
tare' by Heury Stephems, F. R. 8., Eaburg,e d the
han J.P. P. etem.en Pbem of O-atic Agriculture in
Yale College, New RNea. Two vote., Royal oetave
lpagesad aml ea enravinge. Prie 97 00; by
mal, pea adt, Sog. -t
state of Le mleama, Parlst of Iberia.
q5PCSSION OF GS. NmroVILL, DECEASED
Whereas, Paul Mmas, at ssllparl, has applied for
ltters eof admintraties on said estate.
Meios is hereby gives to all whom it may maneer to
show ease writhi ten days eem publiealm hereof why
Ms.rIbede, Jmmry .7' ia40,w
ugrr '. r Pa .s fe Brike, di
0. Dayo Tesh. i m" bleow Patterooavill, Par-hu
lab .f ii. Mary, The COCESrA SUGAR PLANTA
TION, M~1NA maul frost es the -kl
Ti0nd aeee st ot G w"la~gs'ng sew ofet eom bt4e
wits, with s Into k ;ewtlonge 1 la
w ef Nlmit w Obim r e.-e o ea i 1859, e
$US, with me am Dees Vle jur.j pet up- wi
30 aseo 1m Py6a iaSr. ugear e in be
memplet w A 5e Wan a half Story Dc
Dwelbg Unmet Tsai Wlbti muay out buildin ;
ea Gra Ceb aa!M las b 90 feet wide,
ýatsiaý Mask eat leads o
1[4y ati t plaatl nelay
iM~d, Da~aato iM I W 9wa. 15 Lborers
Di ws; >MaithawlCeese; ; bout 125 Ar- lo
E "!IM eYtrO Deties Cm%, bseze year. Seed Cae us
a be b t e the e it Usal, if desried; aIso all it
the Teemsa ad Fdarming etn is. Pre $43000-413, ho
earawith Pu owl, bereet, er wi M bum the th
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SPECIAL NOTICES. 01
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REAL WU 'PTB AQGII
OWoe at New Iberk. La.
Offers his services to owners of Laud, throughont
bouth-Western Louislana, pledges himself to let no op.
portunlty pea to eoset a sale. By rigid attention to
business, behasslbeslad In disposing of many places at
lia large Experlence wide acquaintance. and adver
tising acilties, oifer advantages that defy competition.
Parties wishiag to sell should give him a call at once
and have matters arranged to meet the opening fall ann
Charges and Commissions will be as reasonable as any
in the country.
Oct. 21,1870,-2-228 tf. L.
)LANTATION adjoining St. Martinsville, east bank
I ofTeche 500arpents,40U0 open and fenced, 100 ar
pents superior woodland, good dwelling. Price $13,000;
one-half cash balanee 1 ad 2 years.
FARM on Bayou Petit Anse, 6 miles west of New
Iberia, contalaing 70 arpenta good land, 10 arpenut
woodland, one dwelling, corn cnb, kitchen, cotton house,
corn mill, J0 arpents, enlosed: Price $1,500 cash.
SSMALL FARM, five miles from Abbeville, contain
lag 34 arpents, four arpents wood land, nearly all
bnsed in. One dwelling with three rooms, kitchen, I
stable, etc. Pfise -Nine Hundred Dollars-Cash.
I, N LTN m l trast tac land in the prish of St.
A ayr, 9 mle les F.Nnklin, 6 miles r bom the Teche
-.640aces, e land, saitable for angar or stock farm.
A desirable tamet saLt.ap. Pries $ per ares, one-half
ash, bdeons ia 1, and 3 years.
TRACT is the pradrl, near Bayou Tigre, nearly
I surronndedby water, containing 100 arpents rich
high land. This property would make a good oranuge
grove, being so well protected by water, has a small
house on it. Price, Six Thousand DiLars. Cash.
SN UN1MPROVED, tract of fine land, 3 miles east of
~ w range, usnrent te mket, Price
two thousand-one hundred--one-half cash, balance in
one two and three vears.
DESIRABLE Farm on the Teche one mile above
A Jeannerette and nine beiow New Iberia, of 120 ar
pent. A small dwelling wilth 4 rooms, kitchen, one
double cabin, corn crib, stable, sixty orpenta under
fence. Price 410.O, one half ask, balance t and 2
yeam from sale without interest.
PLPATATION east bank of Bayou Teche, six
miles above St. Martinville, 500 arpents, one h.lf
timbered, balance arabic, with 2.0 fenced in. S.all
dweling, 4 cabins, stable, corn crib, etc., 4 cows, and a
lot of brick. Price $,tOO, one half cash, balance 1 and
A PLANTATION, situated three and a half wiles
from Abbeville containing 315 a-pnts of land and is
improved as follows. One dwelling, kitchen, and out
honuses, negro. houses, 100 acres under fence. Price,
.our Thoneand Dollars--Three Thousand cash, balance
in one years.
FIRST class treact of unimproved lan, 6 miles ns
Slow New lberia on the Bayou Teche, west bank,
containing lO) arpents. This isa fine loeation for alarm,
good stock range, good neighborhood. P'rice, Three
Thousano Dollars-One .alf cash, balance in 1,2 and 3
years. or Twenty-Five Hundred Cast.
A LARGE TRACT OF LAND cotaainag 4.000 ar
Spen, sitted isthe puarih of Vermilon in town
ship -t range 1 East. This Uland is e for grating par
poses, alse for cultivation, and could be admirably set
tied as a colony. Price 13 50 per acre, one half cash,
balanc one two and three years.
beove New IberIa.30 m i_, -lared. bsa
-woodland, new dwelling. 40 by 35 feet, 5roamas,kithen,
2 rooms, store rooms, 4 double cabins, stable 40 by 35,
carriage houen, chicken house, 14 acres of ease. Three
good mles 3 work hores, 12 sheep' ad 4,700 new pieax
may be purcbsied with the place. Price $15,000, one
half-cash, balance in one, two and three years.
SUGAR PLANTATION on Bayou Teche, 4J miles
from New Iberia, 97 arpent. , 640 open land, 191
wood, 104 cypresa swamp, dwelling, kLtchen.cabi-s,ar
riage house and shed corn crib and shed, 3 double cabins,
fowl house, four arpents fine cane for seed, 1,0. bushels
crn, 14 mles, 10 mieh cows-; cart, farming uteaslis, etc.
may be purchased withthe place. Price 35000, one
half cash, balance in one two and three years.
LANTATION on the east bank of the Teche, 9 mIles
from New Iberia, 200 arpents atble lland and 64 fine
wood lani, one welUig lately repaired and neatly fin
mis frm good steamboat navigstion--95 acres 350
clehad, 5 well-idiningd feed, good timber, o n'u
huiththe nae- Prkce Thi rty ,uc.ra.ige -ho
ho.p.. Allo the as p a Waio rimpl inftsn miles wihthe
pla Prsh, cet.re 1, e, two n-dhlch, bea an.
mlt of geoodt ; e ,bo naig ot lan- , nacrs 350
lard. sad beldthded into feerne go ode rti e gor
odg rnged, TheeNat Orlaems the yor raelend
:end of she le mhu g e perte, dohf wt tne m pay e. urhae
witeh edat lowfigPrc T rieTwenty-avThoeand uos--ne
SUPERIOR SUGAR PLANTATION, two miles
from Ussaux Undue, containing 9000 arpeute ofSn
and, 800 erpeils arabie, balauce wood. 400 arpent.
ud bee, 100 in pasture. A large uger house with
S engine sad kettles eomplete, 6 double laborers
house, core crib an stable, neat etras dwelling with
our rooms. Good orof came aada soa r ls plae.
that wil make 150 k sugar, one pair timber wheels.
Pries, Forty Theesand Dolasr-Fifteen Thousand, eash, I
ba·ha. e in 1., 3 and 4 years with interest
A IE T'ACT OF LAND, spt, splendid lUmber, c-
timbkr. This is a lae ication for iw-mull, m
for 1mber beiag good, ad location favorable being
only 8 nailes below Abelle on the Venrmilion lRiver, I
thst is snavlgsa all the year. The ad ean be eonverted
late a Su plantats , whm the timber is takenof, a
s .P location r stock raisg. Price Seven Dollars
A MArL PARM ome mie h oma Abbew.i., oa Ba
Vermli, convenietly near to .hurch, s.ool, a
Masoni Lode, 40 ues~ 28 aesrs of which are ader a
a good cypressees with dwelling, kitchen and u
hses, h hld f t , kithen and farming uten
sls for .ale with the place, also 15 miles cows 8 choice
estate, ame yh of aes, twoa wod burses, some geutle
are.she bop . etc. Price Fifteen Hundred Dol
la--one-half balmse Ins twelve months.
A n T A I w O x si s ftas e eal e stmr th o f ýre r ' s
twoaearos ae ls elher eat hmes o ; arpe ts
,eed lead. _ of saer - ., awing am
eitheil od aa. Om ae Mamie baer the Ha
gnSr Tear adlhssefaiact.
SUA .IRTATION, u sr of the Tmw of
A Sm!miss !!ra the Baye Tesh,
Eba.i.U fSI ? wwesand and esvlea rtight is
u lr is sue d set s bears.
f ( m ether eus hses fer laborers; 3 or dOse
of paaswigK ~ glee; s S mule, core rop.a
LJ 880800etc. he emsd, fl aterf t
.Boat sin4 easaigi
UNIMPROVED tract ffteen mies from Vermillion
ville, 198 arpenta. near the line of the Chattanooga
Railroad. Price $1,000 cash.
A TRACT OF LAND well dratned and timbered, 50(b
arpents, parish of Iberia, on Lake 'eignenr, 15 miles
southwest of New Iberia; one small dwelling and a lot
of fencing. Price two thousand two hundred and fifty
A TRACT in the parish of Vermilion 400 arpents,
fronting on Bayou Tiger, fifteen miles southwest
of New iberia. little or no timber, land rich, and. unim
proved. Price two thousand two hundred and fifty dol
TRACT OF LAND in the Parish of Lafayette, eight
miles below the town of Vermiliouville, 410 arpents
fronting on Bayou Vermilion, woodland suitable for a
sugar plantation. Can be purchased for twelve dollars
per arpent-one-halt cash, balance in one and two years.
A FINE TRACT of unimproved high prairie land,
eoutaining 400 arpents, in tracts to suit purchasers.
from 40 arpents upwards. This land is located
7 miles southwest from New Iberia, in a good
neighborhood. Price eight dollars per arpent-one-half
cash, balance in one, two and three years.
1)LANTATION of two thousand five hundred acres
L on Bayou Teche, 7 miles east of Opelousas, 1000
acres of cleared 300 acres enclosed. On the place there
are two good dwelling houses. cabins, cotton gin, barn,
etc., and the remains of a brick sugar house, burnt
during the war. A due place and cheap. Price twenty
five thousand dollars-one -half cash, balance on easy
S.ALL FARM situated on the east Bank ef Bayou
Teche; eight miles above St. Martinville, contain
ing thirty arpents of fine land; and is improved as fol
lows: One dwelling house with four rooms, one corn
crib and fencing, and a lot of fine fruit trees. This land
ison the line of the Chattanooga R. t. Price eight
thousand dollars cash,
_ TRACT OF LAND stdg n the Parish of St.
1 Maesia j ema.,.w! anm ans n a arpoeats ot
cleared land, This land is near Arnadville, and is im
proved as follows: two double negro houses. Price
seven thousand dollars cash, or eight thousand dollars,
one-half cash balance on easy terms.
' TRACT of elevat-d unimproved lands near the
.L Cote (lelee Hills, eight miles northwest of
New Iberia, containing 101 arpents, with a small or
chard and good site for a railroad building, andu lies with
in two miles of Morgan's Texas Railroad. Price fifteen
hundred dollars cash. or sixryn hundred dollars, one
half cash, balance one and tro years.
VALUABLE PLANTATION in St. Landry Parish,
four miles northwest of Opelousas, of 1000 arpents,
70 of which are well timbered, and the prairie portion of
a superior quality. A commodious dwelling with seven
rooms, piazza 100 feet long, stables, barns, cisterns, etc.,
in good order. Well adapted for cane, cotton, corn, etc.
Price twenty thousand dollars--one.half cash, balance
one and two years.
QMALL FARM three-fourths of a mile from Perry's
8. Ilridge, on Bayou Vermilion, parish of Vermilion,
and two miles from Abbeville of 140 arpents. A dwell
ing .O feet square, 500 panuels of new fence, corn, po
tatoes. plows, etc,, together with 4 creole horses will go
with the place at the option of the purchaser. Price
eighteen thousand dollars-.te-half cash, balance in one
year from day of sale.
A TRACT of fine, rich, unimproved sugar land loca
a ted three and a half miles north east of New Iberia,
fronting on the east bank of the Teche, 8 arpemts front
by 40 in depth, lines converging in the rear, making 125
arpents, is well located, and in cultivation, having cane
growing on st, a fine building site: with pecan grove.
This will make a desirable fars. Price six thousand
dollars-one-half cash, balance in one and two years.
SUGAR PLANTATION situated In Fanase Pointe, 10
miles from New lberia 2 miles from Bayou Teche.
518 arpents 216 open 1. TI 0 enclosed and in cultiva
tion, 1.30 aeres of good wood, 138 acres of cypress land
A dwelling 20 by 30 feet, with three rooms and gallery,
double kitchen, fowl house, pantry, carriage house, three
doable cabins, corn crib, corn mill, stable, etc. May be
purchased with the place, 4 mules, 1 mare, I horse, five
oxen, farming utensils, half the growing crop of corn
and cotton, and three and a half arpents of seed cane.
Price fifteen thousand dollars--one-half cash, balance in
one and two years.
A TRACT OF VALUABLE LAND sltuated on the
west bank of Bayou Vermilion, one half mile above N
the town of Abbevlle containing 200 arpeuts of high- i.
dry, rich land. 50 acres well timbered; 35 arpents en
closed. A valuable miseral spring with fine flow of a
good water. One smil dwelling2.i by 15 feet; garden p
fence i; a kitchen and other small out-houser. A good
orchard and 1 arpent d seed cane. Price Seventeen
Hundred and Fifty Ddlars, eash; or One Thousand
Dollars ca.sh. balance in one year.
A SUPERIOR PLAN'ITION 8 miles northeast from n
SNew Iberia in Fause Point, containing 712 arpents
of rich fresh land; 130 ta under goodfence and in 11
dwellings, 5 or 6 laouo houses,2 coracribs. A fine
front view tn the Ba . bank, with a lot of valuable
bearing peean trees. land has been very little -
cultivated and is very rable. Price Eighteen Thou
sand Dallar ; Eight Thesand cash, balance in one and t
two years withinterest
A FINE SUGAR PLANTATION 5 miles below New
Iberia, containing 1480 arpent of land; 800 arable, a
balance timbered. 30 arpents in cultivation; 100 or
pents plant cane, 100 arpents good rattoon all in fine c
order; 100 arpents in con . Improvements 16 superior
double laborers hboses. A large new stable that will _
hola 60 muler: Pine basie sugar house complete and in
order. 16 young Ky., nJ ; ; 6 yokes oxen ; Complete
set of farming utensils, ploughs, erats, etc One
good overseer house, 4 reems. Plantation well ditched,
and inan excellent neighborhood. Price Sixty Thousand
Dollars, half dash, balasn 1, 2, 3 and 4 years with
A SUGAR PLANTATIOethe right bank ofBayou I
Vermiltso, parish of Isayete, one and a half mile
from Vermilioaville 12t Oqon the Bayou
by 3 arpets lta indep U Itaeha tracet of wood, 90
arpeats. The plan s nomader oo fence, 275 ar
pents in cultivation, the baltes aelo as pasture. A
large dwelling hoseo 4 by 40, 4 rooms below ad 1
above, diling hall, kt.emb, .arri beuen, stable, fowl
I house, servant's ro, , sea er s, sble sheds
good sugar heun and bu mirfl kettIsa with apacity
for six hoghead of sugar i 24 hours, 20 anres of eame,
I 1,9bharrels corn forsalewiththe place. Price fteen
g Thousand Dollars, balf cabalanee 5ee, two, tbrand
four years-Without l nteo from dais.
STLANTATION in the Parish of St. Martin, situatd
L r miles soath of the town of St. Maotiaville,
Sfrting on the east bank etayou Tech., containiag
S1300 arpeat of high, dry.l land, 280 arpuntsa ader
new fonce,100 arpents i psture; one dwelling heo s
65 by 45 feet; one kitchns with thrm e rooms, ad ether
Southouses; stable and erl oume; seven doubleab
SI for laborers; fle yard, well shaded; fle cistern. This
Sproperty can be sold I small frms to advantage; goed
loction. Pries thtrty4-sn oasnadd slara--Avethmau
Sdollars eash, the baelhs in eight annual pyayma
I."h six per cmt intestdhem sale.
SSUGAR PLANTrATION Cmated our miles
' . abeSt. artin, on B.oan Teche fSr miles be
low the iesg of se C m Itnaisead ceetaia
S gla0lorpests of lad, half cleared. balsme fm e
wood, ypestfber, et.; oe ýwoteres,
Shoe, 30 hands; 400 fafsed is; 15 0 p·na
or ease growing ;o 1ti toamds, I of
ties: Ir came e t, hfol bamed, tiE p W . ,
o hoiod of bounbr s d m ;rn hed of oradend oti;
wa-ithopt iplIsees. Price fortyeve hoea
o! sand s D t cm, balr ce. is sae, tass ,n
Teeht, Iem mn ow fem Two dwellag 409
a w ls1= resns, anoder 'our rooms; fie gardens
a. re ....as.d ri, yeask odr salr 40
s erE 6....;TI J0 a rslwei isames
a. fII SG.eRs Lae with s~N - mginn an ti
,h dabovea bndve, en the hsla o *ng
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ih ce, os a author 'ear rooms; a ins gpissa
O s by bte eas daness; oee1y lib, loam seien yeay
ram.s Tom tM o th le ae me, ams as
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s h e msi,, limme , mess e "r. _I
of pl. n ean e L with el mosa of_
'n faeugh sed ems b ef as heN sate
Splant 100stesa in 1861. 4 orty ihsinsd 41mm
eabolf cah balance in o ad thoemye ve.
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James H. Houston,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
From his residence of nearly twelve years, in the par
ish of St. Landry, and from his extensive acquaintance
in this section of Louisiana, he feels confident that he
can give general satisfaction to strangers search l for
lands. To persons examining the country with a Aew
to settlement, I.- will give any assistance or information
gratis; and will promptly answer any inquiries addreemed
to him, enclosing stamps in letter-, asking information."
A TRACT of 1120 acres of very fine animproved
prairie land, lying three miles north--west of Opelon
sas. Can be purchased cheap; the proprietor will sell
at a sacrifice. Apply early.
AFINE TRACT of unimproved prairie land, within 2
miles of Opelousas, on thes Washington road. con
sisting of 157 arpents, lying Immediately onste road, a
fine situation for building. In quality thistlind is sec
ond to no prairie land in the parish. Price Fifteen Dol
lars per arpent : terms easy.
A PItACE situated near Bayou Mallet. of about 400
arpents, about 60 or 70 acres enclosed; 50 acres are
woodland; 13 arpents of cane on the place. One go.,d
dwelling house, kitchen, corn crib, barns and out-houses;
al-o a new horse power sugar mill on it. Price. three
thousand dollars, terms easy.
A PLACE well improved and consisting of 800 acres
:00 are wood, b.lanee good prairie land, beingrim
mediately on Bayou Plaquemine, 1li miles southwest of
Opelousas, in a fite and thickly settled neighborhood
and a few miles from tbe Chattanooga Rail Read.
Price Four Thousand Dollars; terms favorable.
"* AK LAWN,' situated in Bellevue pratrie,4 miles
south of Opelonsas. on the stage road to Vermil
lonville. From twert three hludred wae a. arwi .
balass-s .&se, more or less Thisis one of the maest
unimproved bodies of land within this distance of towa.
Price, Ten Thousand Dollars; favor'e;r :, .p
IWtEE IIUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES LA4D
situated near Bayou Mallet, 180 acres are pralrie
land, balance woodland; three and a half acres are plant
ed in sng..r cane. It contains a very cummodious dwell
ii-. with a moderate quantity of out-buildings. It is
ten miles west of Opelousas. Price three thousand
tive hundred dollars cash.
N ICE TRACT of 160 acres of land, one-half wood,
- and the balance prairie. A good dwelling ilth
4 rooms and an upstairs; good kitchen with two rooms
and brick chimney ; two stables, one corn crib cabin
and smocke house with plenty ot good water. Situated
on Bayou Mallet, 10 miles west of Opelonsas. Price
two thousand dollars, on favorable terms,
ONE OF THEI MOST DESIRABLE LOCA 11)5NS
-in the parish, situated Five miles nortL at us sp
elousas, and two miles from Washington, coUrt dill..
acres, 30 of which are woodland. The resr. .- is e:i
gibly located, with a nice yard containing a large uss..
ber of bearing pecan trees, eta. Included wi.: r.he ,.I.t:c.
he sells 40 head of cattle, seven creole horses, four usenic
mares, 6 good mules and 20 head of hogs. Priss f.tu
thousand dollars- terms favorable.
HE MC'CLELLAN TRACT. containing 6'0 acsee,
nearly one-half of it cleared, and situated tS miles
south-west of Opelousas. A good re-idence with ;at
houses, and one of the finest gin houses in the 'arish,
and a quantity of fencing includes its improvements. It
is situated between the fork of the East and West
Plaquemine Brul6e. There is no finer stock range in
Western Louisiana. It lies within two miles of the
Chattanooga Railroad. Priee five thonsa., dollars;
A VERY DESIRABLE COTTON FARM, lying on
Bayon Teeho, 5 miles east of Opelonsas, contain
ing 300 hundred arpents-good dwelling, excellent
framed gin with grist mill attached, 1 good framed
double eatn for hands with brick chimney. One half
of the land is prairie, balance wood. This is a very
rich piece of land and will bring ine cane. cotton and
corn. It is about three miles from Barry's Landing,
point of navigation. Price, Five Thousand Dollars;
Two Thousand cash. baiance in one andtwo vears.
A FINE BODY of engar and eatton land, sitaed two
miles below Barry's Landing. on Bayou Courts
blean, containg 1,800 acres; about 400 are elqe. It
contains a dwelling with gin hoase and other Rnprove
ments. If desired, 1000 acres with improvements will bI.
sold. The place is in a high state of cultivation. It is
immediately on steamboat navigation 12 miles below
Washington and about the same distance from Opeleu
sas. There is no better sugar and cotton land in the
parish. Priee twelve dollarsper acre, payments easy.
A FINE TRACT, between the east and west Plaque
mine, of 200 arpents, and about one-third in wood
land ; balance fine prairie land This is a new place
and pretty well improved; 30 acres enclosed; dwelling
new, 42 by 20 feet; two rooms below with bhall be
tween and a 10 leet gallery in front; new kitchen with
two rooms, 'and other improvements. The yard is
rloud e. price, three thound dollars; ters easy.
Opelousas. Prlce, three thousand dollars'; trass easy.
THE TRACT known as Boss Hayes'place, sttuated 0
18 miles south-west of Opelousas, contaiaag sheet I
2,200 aores, 920 acres are opea land, 150 acres under a
tence, 30 acres are plantel In cane. The timber in qual
ity and quantity cannot be excelled ia the parish. A -
splendid location for a amw-mill. It has on it a good
large dwelling with six rooms below and one above, with
three ftire-places; 3 wells of water, and a nmber of
cabins for hands. Situated in Plaquemine Brul6e.
Price, fifteen thousand dollars terms easy.
A TRACT of 2500 acres situated on the banks of
Bayou Teche, 7 miles east of Opdlomsa. 1.000
acres are cleared and 300 acre e under fen. It has
on theplace two good dwellings, a Sue eat•on gin and
barn, and five double eabiLs with brick chimneys. Also,
the remains of a brick sugar house and saw mill-these
having been burned by soldiers during the war. There
are plentretbck reinb. g te build another sugar
house. There are two in-e cisterns, one underground,and
cemented. Price twenty dollars per acre; one-half
east, balance in twelve months with integst.
GOOD IMPROVEMENT itnaled eo Mementen
hivoe (a cove) coatainng 320 aeres, belng a plsa
did location for an orange orchard; with 25 ycang
orange trees on It; a goa dwellg, erlbs, stables, ate.
It has six acres in sug eacane and two in chinese eane.
Lying 50 miles south-west of Ogeloma; fine sugar land
and spjeIldl stock reap., with plenty cypress, hickory,
ash, etc. 1000 panels new ypreas fce. Fencing
oienx can be bought here at fifty dol:ars per thousand.
It is very convenient to mills. Price, for land without
crop, ffteen hundred dollars.
ATRACT of 400 srens, logether with a full set of
impro e t l3 , dated two miles west of Opelen
as The wood land extends near the corporate limits
of town and mast consequently be very veluable. A
dwelling. wlth eribs, stables and gia house compose
some of the improvements; 150 acres are enclosed, a
good pertio of t is valuable wood. It h . nse of the
est fruit orchards in the parih. The land is black
produesva praMe will drained improvemen ar sit
veed en a ridge, making theisCeelle vseybe lo
Price eleven thousand dollars; terms ibeal.
AHiFICEmT estate of Wan acres, more or lees, on
ayou Boe f, 3 sove above washln~on 20
aer ae cleared out and enclosed. and In * nn" .to
oft eaultivale Over a5 are stabIe, btn year's
growth, and 75 acres plant cae, 50 etton and bu acre'
eara, with S8 hands a Me pthee. One of the best
sager heases wi engine a atteeh neans aleL. pariah
st oh prst mill. cartsh, cri iybs, ing tua h sad 13
seublaen O amen r e, C arps, 3kh ar e.
Plenty corn to make a c ep, dtses afelead and
depensed, and the iace ithorouogh er. xceiet
seera and well waeor; also, 17 Amesan mals. All
r lary Thousand Deem.aemme siw
CHROle Lui l h stst n.eghher.
heods in the pt ariskehs ·lr ths e s
oeth of Opel emossas, e s arpenta 3 rpente
Of the wood land. The dwl l i. betra lrge and fin,
wLthi4rooms lt slsefear double sables, .d a
amb~eoattet g aeoba wilhl Bricn sh~m- a me
ailshe n del belc - l aw Water ad
at reat:"tta'rr r an engIn
SOnthe pine is a 'rwing er"p of 70 a•unag °!S
esm eso ttand asses aea. Price Iwseaovo thea
end dollars; terms favorable.
VERY DI:B BODY O e l ai.nlD, s.l7raer
n mlnes south-west of enaiy videad
between pble d wo nd. It is sueeptibie eo
being £d bn aumber of fams with splensd sue
fer redimee. It has ene set of grovesmeants user the
sen eof it, 'Ihs bey of and Is a emplete squsre,
stirely sreuaed by a arable dub, and wea an
Sanced beore the war. The ps d Ch oemooga Ball
road will ran within da miles eI the pie.. Thin was ma
Sof the lst mad speset and besst seek htems in the
Sesbelerth war. A oew -ammes steak eam
ads puh n se pins- atm al pers ies ao
hndit IedLmpeIe aar f, ee An em he sees
n in M de wits a 1ei wd n e be m
1100 130. Te . wA pass et
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A FINE BODY OF WOOD LAND, containing 400
acres, situated near Bayou Petit Prairle, and
miles from Big Cane village. Some of the land is
swamp and the entire tract sca be purchased for three
hundred dollars cash.
A CHOICE BODY o nairproved cotton and nsgar
land lying immediately on Bayou sCertablea,
miles below Barr6s Landing. It is No.1 cane and cot
ton land. It would soon pay for itselfbyfurnishing
cor wood to steamboats. There are 812 acres in the
tract. Price only two thousand dollars.,
VALUABLE TRACT of 120 acres prarie, situated
about 25 miles south-wdst of Opeloeasn and 10
miles north-west of Vermilonville, and described as
N. E. and N. . Qr of Section mf, and the whole of
mection 32, Township 9, Range east. This land liy s
near Chattanooga Rail Road, and can be purchased on
A VERY CONVENIENT and desirable piece of proper
ty embracing 455 acres, 100 acres are wood. balance
choice prairie, situated 3 miles west of Opelousas. .;10
acres are enclosed. Good dwelling, 3 sbins, gin house,
orchard, etc. Price, ffee thosand dollars; payments
A NICE COTTON FARM sitaated oa Plaquemine
Ridge e miles west of Opelousas, and embracing d
235 acres more or less; about seventy-Alve acres wood;
balance best prairie. Good and comfortable improve
ments and well drained. Price $12 per acre; payment
RICH TRACT OF LAND composedof 362 acres
a on Elm Bayou, 5 miles from Cheneyllle, 4 from
Bayou Boeuf and I from Bayou Crocodile. About90
acres are cleared and in crtivation. Dwelling, out
houses and cistern on the place. It is 30 miles north
of Washington. Prie fifteen dtouse per acre.
A TRACT of 200 hundred arpents situated 14 miles
below Opeloesas, on Bayou Tech, 100arpents
leared. It has 6 arpenta front on the Bayou. Improvo
ments ordinary. Very ine body of wood. Mou than
enough cypress on the place (if worked ip) to pay for
it. This is first quality sugar and cotton land. Pries,
four thousand glollare ; accommodadls stros -
A NICB LITsTLE TRACT of 100 aeres sltuated o
Plaquemune Ridge, 12 miles west of Opelousas, in
a good neighborhood, 0 acres are good pririe land and
30 acres wood. About 30 mree snclosed. The im
provements consist of a small dwelling with a sabi,i
crib. s:able, etc. A ine yenag orchard is included in
the improvements. Price, one thousand dollars ash.
TWO SMALL I1PROVEM.YiT'8 wthl00aere, -d
uatedlr mile wes of Opelouss. On e halfis eanlod i,
by ditch and f acue. The improvements conlstes of two
new donbts rabin. The soil is rich and productive, t
'o.venient to a rne range for stock. It fronts on pub
I:e road running west from Opelomus. This property
wil be sold on bt esuomedating terms. Price, ffteen
dollars per acre.
A T VERY VALUABLE and desirable loeaotn far
rit !e sonth of Opelousae. eonsittig of 4 arpelts b
50 are w.od ; 124 are noder good, new cypress fence ; I
1 dwl.suig with 4 rooms, (old bt sbstanhetial) 3 new
cabin,: ,ad corn crib. The place is well drained, in b
Bellevue prairie, and one of the best neighblrhoods in c
the p--s of St. Landry. Price ve theos d dolaars; a
tor us .,.l mmodating. 4
A ML) PROPERTY situated two anl a hal lmilse
. north-west of Opelousas; SA arpents; 11o wood,
:eron. ,c-s. t:airie Agood .ai new dwelling with o
i .,r.. I u1tblde c ebin for hands, 14 by 1h , with brick h
thio,..e. o very goodecabin with 3rooms, garret and
brk chrliua: I goodneow cabin 16 by 17, a new stable.
r ri,,. d hail m tret r in gin house. Prie si thonuea d
dollars; terms favorable to parehaser.
A TRACT or 0 acre ; 40 with l mprolents
miles west of Opelousas, and situated on Plaque
ainn Ridge. The wood land comprisng one half the
tract, lies a few miles from resldence; the portion with
the residence Is all prairie and enlosed. It has a a
pleansat ettle cottage on it, with kitseaa, erib cad
stable attached With proper cultivation the l is
very remunerativ. Price, two thousand dollars.; terms
-SMALL TRACT of 150 aeres, ovenoiently located
33 iles east of Opelonse, astd lying on public
road. Aout 30 acres are wood, balance cleared and
enclosed. The improvemonts are very good sad nu
merous, consisting of good dwelling with a number of
good sized frame dwellings for hands g· hose
thorough order. There is a small tore on the place, and
all the improaements are kept in thorough repair. The
proprietor promises a bargain to the ptrchaser. Apply
AN EXTRA FINE SUGAR FARM, with adne and
commodious dwelling of 9 rooms, and another
dwelling of smaller sine with 4 reoms A sueRelemey of
cabins for 70 hands with stables, cribs, ete. The tract
contains 1000 acres about J00 of whih is woodland;
situated on Bayou Teche, aboat 19 miles from Opelou
ass. There is attached to the place, very good sgar
house with engine and has 40 arpats i sgar case.
Price bfor plantation with improvements and without
crop thirty dobllars per mere. Terms easy.
ONEDF THE VERY BEST COTTON FARMS of the
parish situated for miles northwest Opeloues,
numbg of eabiins for hands. This pla is highly irm
pt ,and has all the eonveaniences neceary for the
accommodatisn of fty hands, is wel-itched ad thr
oughly drained; thereare also eight l Seret seta of
improvements for hands dispersed ver the place. It Is
a cheleettom planitation. Prine thty thoesn del
larn--one-half eah bealance in one and two wean.
A WELL IMPROVED PLACE om Bayou Mallet, 15
miles Op 700 acres, a hoa i sed ot
which is prairie land ad enclosed : 7 separate lto
provemets on It, and can be eecapied by several fas
ilis. It has a good steme bose,bhlsksmith and wood
shop, gin, mill, sagar home (small) and lanyard plea
ty tan bark for tanning purposes. Jolarg this property
is a school-boase, bhure and Maseac Lodge, a btiding
two tryt bgh I. Ised and ha at present 50 sehelars at
tached to a asaebinfseool; in a good healthy asigl
okrhood-several are plated s. ear. . Prase sad
A VERY VALTTABL sUGAU PABM, oeistein ef
shabt f/0 asses; Myi ia asI., peril ot St.
Martin, lj miltes hom l jniaetioa with Bayou Tehe.
Improvesres perfeetly good. eemsistig of dwellng
and eat-barses eor hoendsagr heeeneutem and be
tie, gi and grist mill, selb, stables, ate he leai is
adapted to tie Itare of esme, eaote, seen, rice, eta.
ane for settle, bose and hosp meailbt; mIs
sypres rake in the rear; about 3W acres sadar fence
aed 300 hundre4 atre heel be eamil put tn .alie
tcm; 12 itles fm ienk's Bridge; U from It. Mar
isanlie. 1} lap Baerds Isang ad t*fom Opeles
es. Pries, ten thousand dollars ; terms moderas
asedI l a Us wit 54o 10s at
Incr are goo pr w ab id 6 rere Lia wouI l
lad. Port peaite land ti emeened. The fm
provorncnn are considered rey osd ; esesirhwg a
dwelling, gm . bi and several e. .lt *,'
stablee, t. The are threews ee gnem em s
piece; a peed oecard sad eahadeIs water. The is
proveiats a e worth mere the Wi tasted frw tShe
plane. It eis sd em Pdqusmishle wt n ai h t
em mie of a gee seheel, ebursh isg.
Prie., nur thousand do'lls; her Ish halas. n ISaI
A BE" , idm.IFUL I . " N
I .nia aed . der with l-, '.b-, est . -
gie hbers and dpita aces and u ts e
I on naa eleaar wl hrose pewst
Sof broem eorn per day. Thee is msiemsad saes e
1 dan 30 -ss Meat ofte a ln fene. fes de.
aloN em the place ttwa w ops water. ?hip
thcemAd solla; fr e asb,balasn. em ineo with hter
SVALUABLE MILL SIT of 130 merge aCemed
is w se ChCisaee L.ar A ane
dable brtsk shimesys, sees seams emtdbas aashed
several aans hinses with ti sr as seeym,
Wail, acssmith eara, as t* ries!ra
I shond see the lama in r r pesahthan
Sabseiss Labe..ae This Y ishesd s mbe
s N-W ot WashI sm. U se a hem .linge
I fCh las, Tmd... im !.!. ng.de2
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5r omediA at and serin y caste
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Sdasand and ais e n ' thm.n
e a en s amd!in ssesi
t is pas ka e `'a " gast
es bs and m ysste bush ns a ag
clear so eatesa, t hpka saw
.pebe1 emen, 1 er;i eanphtia
se. Pries, bentdlive Thu4d slsan Twes
Fir Thousand ean, taspWie 9MS. Jea.'!!
TweTi d Twmd Jan ' S and · e1ee Ae.
l iir l. I~~t
r we meer Somes when pespely
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fI WELL KNOWN Sugar plantation. ierticlaerly
I known as the "Tl,onias tract," s:tuuted 4 leile below
Washington, im E ediatel.f on Bayou tCourtablemu (naIS
gable streamn) containing l:.s acres, tr5 acrr areeleared
ABOUT 80 acres, lying two miles north-westt the vil
A ,ageof Big Cane. 11 miles north of Washington
Onehalf was formerly enclosed and uenltivated. It a
situatednear the line of [iris' Telte Ha.ro 1. Price
i$6 00 per acre.
IGHTY ACRES lying two milres northwest of the
village of Big Cane, and 11 miles north of Wsh
ington. One half was formerly encls sed and cultivatted.
It is very near the line of the Gross Tste Rail Road.
Price, only six dollars per acre.
ANOTHER TRACT joning the above, containing
about 75 acres. with building, cribs, sdtablesi, etc.
About 30 acres enclosed and in high stuate of cultivation.
Price, one thousand d, llars, halfrcash, balance on time
VERY DESIRABLE RESIDIENCE with I5acreso
land, and all enclosed. Abount 23 ac.arMe weed.
balance the best of prairie. Lua ted less than one mile
west of eourthouu. This is a handsome resideace and
can be purchased at a bargain. I' ice, livet shousand
A VALUABLE TRACT of 0d acres, situated about
two miles north west of the village of Big Cane
There was formerly about e0 acres in cultivation.e
more acres are under fence. The tract liT, about .ro
miles from Gross Tete Railroad. 'The tract is higah
the best of ugar, Ccorn and (Uion !.ond. Price-n-in
per acre--Oash t requivalent
A VERY PRODUCTIVE little tract of 40ares, with
comfortale edwellilg with 4 rooms, 4iC lat
mediately on road from Wa.hingtoton o Bag Cape villag
and on Dry Bayou. It mrles north of Wathn ton suie
one mile nortwest of the village of Big lce. It lies
ner the proected line of the Gross TCte Rail Road.
Price, ten dollars per acre, cash, or its equivosst.
AAUT'IFUL prTate toeafou, wa.....e.. d .,,
eitu one and a half mile west of Grand Cot.e,
embracia 100 acres. About L acres good wood adn
very eonvear et 60 ara are enlesed with noew
fenerd and sufetent material a aroqad to enclose the
bs farm There are 4 good new cabins Ir t feet aon it
with large cribs, stables, etc., and aseellet water.
Abeut 25 or 30acres are in cotton. and ~.·eresi- corn
and a good crop. The proprietor has stock legs (eypese
suffient at the mill in Grand Coteau, to saw SWU feet
of lumber. This very desirable tract les immediately
on public road running wes: from Grand 'oteean. The
land and improvements can be pnrchased for twenty
oeven hundred dollars cash, or including the crop three
thousand dollars. The crop alone is worth one thel -
INE BARGAIN in the well known and valuable
sngar and cotton plantation known as "Suanflower,
containing ,000 acres, situated imediately osdBader
Boenf, 4 miles below Holmesvillo and 27 miles abory
Washington. el00 acres ane open land wad elmssed
balanee high and dry land, and well timbered. The
Improvements are very good and abundant. t A goe
and roomy two story dwelling, and all nece-sary yard
buildings auch as kitchens, servants rooma , ture roaem,
carriagehouse. etc., Eleven double brtck esnbins and
nine framed cabins for laborers. One ricek heae. with
4 roomsfor manager, corn cribs, stables, etc. A very
large and substantial brick sugar heause wth one w e
largest and afnest steam engines In the Statewith two
sets of kettles. One of the very Inmteaugar beasis
this or any of the adjoining parishes in thru sslnig
order. Included with the place en about . seuree
cotton and 150 acres fine sugar cane. 24 ane mule 00
head of improved sheep, r5 bead of anw eattle (sied
blood). Four yoke of oxen, 4 wagons 4 eer with
a very large quantity of faring impement. This
plantation is in one of the most fertile regieas ofthe
State, and of unserpased fertility. The place is well
stocked with everything necessary for the sacessahl
planing with a good growing erop. The tmprovemalts
cannot be put on the plabe for the price asked. The
Bayou is naargabl at this point with small bwoeta. The
projected Rail oest will ran immediately by it. Pria
ixty thoesand dollar one-third cash,balanceein one
nd two yearn Ifn d lwred the proprietor will dispos of
only 1000 re a with implements, stock, e., for thirty
ave thoeamad dllars, on same terms.
OVER00,** nol TwENxT TYa NWS
THE FIRST PREMIUM-A GOLD iRDA .
At the Paris lepeslates. Over 8 C.mpet
Mters, was Awaired to ike WWheeIe
a mt Wleam Sewltg Mahime.
ALSO AT THE LOUISIANA ANMD8TAT PAFIR
Poae of s Petals et EBloolemee.
L It uses o Shauttle sad makes as Leek-iSttek
. In the rotary hook, obviating the use of the h thutl
3 Beauty and excellenee of Stitch alike on both ides
of the ~ bri ewed.
4- Streag, Srmas sad dfaMh.ty of sedwl, at WE
& ememny d tbsed.
S Its attashet set wide raesPd appIeast t p1r
pose sad materlak
7. Compactaes. and elegame of modl sad iaiaLh.
8 Stmplieity sad thoroughnres of aonatruction.
. Speed, ease of operation, managemeat and eel
etee at aswmas,
I0. It eas bea the poplar PmiSy Sewiag Mahe.
bfor eigbln jearn, adAemesse ase mpewarmeeJrp
EVERY FAMILY 8HOULD HAVE ONE
Nvery Maedbe inara tee Foe live reae.
General Sombem Agesta.
New Orleas J e
JAMS A. LE ..
Mda f., oew Iberia, .a.
Agtt Am n t Ua, St. .Marth, LadPiSte a V.bti
tore Oak Soesse r.
a (tely selled Hlliard heura)
or Swaim.* Warehou , as the opp1s l.dtar,
put a ped eseLadha e the aeeosedation of tl avel.
se as beasdeeM. A Peeter wlil awaie heat the I sam
lag e the arrival of the Daily sad the wishes
of tooeaseas will earetUi aond Io. 7le new
5 leae s w ve enerl seatIelss
WIPr a~a.A m MI llaa MN.
ATTAxAPAS AND NEW ORLEANS
SThe epaemdI Light Dreught, Pausger. 4&t s
L P..Dlaemer minter. Ed Spearing, t 'lek.
iW rm rauam a C the waw btween, Now
SOee d 1t. ti A e toeslng at. Sit t,..s"ort,
ObhdsYeW at LaEs Eose, Bayou Chene and I.~w-er At
SLdoqa, Patyslesveve, Cestreville, Franklin, Chares
.S, Cjyps.m.r, Jmameente, Rabertille, New Iberia,
Ireaarville, Pas.s Petat, atd St Msutta.rlle, and all
wer LAbt r passage, apply on board, or to
HO. D. HITE. Age, 17 Tehoupioalas St.
J. E. CARLIN, At.. 4 Tehoupihelaas I .et
Now Ovlem La. Nov. lbd.'71.
Nena.i Planst for as..
c Oreseest City ami Pleaso.
RAMIE ROOTS, eseurely asked ar esipptai, fer
ssI by Mh tmad at remssem e Y atae, Term, eash
s iofsaLrptilo a the nemptal stock of its com
png awe now epqa at the- ae, e. 192 (:urondJIe
WILLIAM HALL, Presient.
A ...e, e .. ".
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