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BArTO Rocaz, January 16.-The Sen- ers fo
ate met today at noon. tional
Mr. Tucker moved that Mr. Talbot be The
c&all to the chair, which motion was the ii
ar , and Mr. Talbot took his seat as annu
elrary President. the n
roll was then called, and twenty- rious
threqSenators answered to their names. sity c
]sers. Buffington, Gardere, Hgah, ing s'
Lawrence, Moore, Moorland, Lott, New- atiun
ell, Patterson, Pierce, Phillips, Solomon, and a
Smith, Levens, Flournoy and Wilson, legis1
the new members elect to the Senate, from
then took the usual oath. O
On motion of Mr. Taylor, the Senate orgal
thea proceeed to the election of Press- tie (
deat.of the Senate. ing t
a W. Pierce, of Bienville parish, was cull,
nomiated and unanimously elected, t 1
when, on motion of Mr. Tucker, the recur
Senate adjourned till II11 o'clock to-mor
row. of a
lese of lepmresentatves tion.
The members of the House met at 12
o'clock, and the Clerk called the roll.-
Only twenty-nine members were pres- vote
ent. o l r
On motion of Mr. Beggs, the House o
took a recess till 1 o'clock. . the
The House reassembled at the expi- the
ration of the recess, and the Clerk again ty,
called the roll with the same result. whil
The roll was called a second time, and ,n -
only IS members aaswered to their tiict
There not being a quorum present, I 1
nothing could be done, and on motion of I y
Mr. Anderson, the House adjourned till i d,
one o'clock to-morrow. of I
Democratle Cascs t1e Speaker. seq
The Democratic members of the House wer
held a caucus this evening, and nomina- V
ted for Speaker C. H. Morrison, of Oua- ted
chits parish. Fhr Clark, James Welsh. I mal
For Assistant Clerk, George B. Shep- Lot
herd. For Sergeant-at-Arms, J. P. 1'e- the
ralta. Eor Doorkeeper, D. Searles. For iml
Warrant Clerk, J. P. Smith. I had
Gea. Henry Phillips, of De Soto par- mo
ish, was also a candidate for the Speak- 1
It is expected that a sufficient number ing
of members will arrive to-night and tc- Sta
morrow to organize the House. hei
`'aisasse a a. mass
we'st~wesse message. t** on
Baro. kers, Jan. 1.-The House of c
Beprseee'ataSe met tu'day, in pursu- en
anee of adjournment, and, a quorum be
ing ment, proceeded at once to an or
gemmattsn, by the election of the fol- re
owing oficers, vis: r
Op fcer-Hoan. C. H. Morrison, of pr
CGldf Clrk-James Welsh.
Miss Cltrk-Georgr B. Shepherd.
Warrant Clkrk-J. P. Smith. G
Serge.nt-at-AAru--J. P. Peralta.
rKa,; D: Searles.
All nam of the Democratic cau
cus held yeuterdap
The deaa also being organized, as n
before eanonced, the usual committees i
waited a0o the Governor with notice
of the same, when the message was re
ceived and read. a
The Governor first speaks of theState
treasury, which he represents to be in a
very healthy condition. it
The balance to the credit or the ge
eral funds, on hand the 81st December, h
M lS69, accordin to the report of the State
Treasurer, is $138,696, against $622 at
the closeof the previous year. o
The total receipts into the treasury
for the pest year, on account of the gen
eltfand, wer $1,388,696, an increase
of $$tl,69 on the Auditor's estimate.
.he .total erpenditures of the fiscal
year amount to $1,205,622, an increase
fdl~,646 oan the estimates.
little progress is reported in the ex- i
tesmon or completion of the varons
rairods of the State, entirely within
its bordes and yet unfinished: The Op
elostss )ilroad; ;e Sabine and New
Orleans; the Baton Rouge, Grouse Tete
and Opeoues, and the Vicksburg and
The position of the other railroads
completed and at work, or of the work
i .YatirY of those not entirely com
pletlo2 sated to be of a gratifying
.el tet, bbth as 'terels their man
Wepropects forthe steady
ra emuneratifr increase of their bu
The reemat action of A I sgplature
* of Misisippi in regard to the New Or
lan, Jac'kso and Great Northern
RailrOad, is deprecated as being uqjust
to the road itself, aid to the IteiasI
the 8tate of Louiiana hae in thighly
epBoard of rreny's report ex
hihits the *odrigs of the anks sad
their coalndition s most satisfaetory, the
Oreg toas f the present free banking
sytem of theStaIte receiving their meest
S;ise asthe proipl cause to which
tIcPpemiad oservative man
~DIeersl' report suggests
UIKs ~ r *boufd devote spe
to a levee system; and ak
r to" ar
-I ts pri s
in7g eoditioa, are resemd to in a corn- whe
plimentary manner to the administra- on.
The Normal School established in New by He
Orleans by special act of the Legisla- not j
ture, is retorted to be in a flourishing we
Sstate, and its results, infurnishing teach- numb
ers for our public schools, attach addi- thorit
tional interest to its progress. expoe
The message touches in succession on is, he
the interesting topics presented in the er st'
annual report of the Board of Health, low \
the movements and position of the va- from
rious charitable institutions, the ineces- the sj
sitv of a revision of the laws concern- to do
ing slaves and free negro es, as n, alter- peril
ation in the terms of the Supreme Court, work
and a caution is given against too hasty Nay,
legislation in regard to business agents esirl
from Northern States. mail
On the subject of the State defences, slavI
organization and arming of militia, &e., aid i
the Governor dwells at length, as hav- and
ing been too much neglected, and cape- cotf
cially demanding attention at the pres- fidio
ent time. And in this connection he to N
recommends that an appropriation of Uni'
$25.000 be made for the establishment
of a State depot for arms and amnmuni- Ti
tion. A Gi
S Federal Relatlions. -A(
A large portion of the message is ºle- iau
" voted to the consideration of our Fede- to t
ral relations; and in this c.onection the read
e Governor traces at length the growth of a an
the anti-slavery sentiment at the North; ful
- the organization of the Republican par- rec
ni ty, its origin, development and aims, Vir;
which he thinks well calculated to bring invi
Ad on what is called an "irrt pressil'lh con- the
ir tlict" between the slave:holding and non- anr
, slavehlding States. can
, The doctrines of this party, as taught sep
lf by Seward, its founder and leader, in- shn
ill deed, led directly to such raids as that gig
of Harper's Ferry, for which and its con- nul
r* sequences both the party and leaders 'to
e were justly held responsible. on
a- Virginia, however, had nobly vindica- cro
a- ted her honor and her laws, and, as a on
;h. I mark of the sympathy and approval of in 1
p- Louisiana, the Governor recommnds go
.'e- the appropriation of $25,000 in part re- Ste
or imbursement to her for the expenses she to
had incurred in the defence of the com- ha,
ar- mon interests of the slaveholding States. pe,
k- The Governor also recommends the wt
adoption orresolutions formally pledg- ern
uer ing the State to stand by her sister col
tc- States of the South in their defence of trL
her institutions, in any similar emergen- Th
cy in the future. op
The nati slvery States of the North, ast
he thinks, ahbold be firmly met at the
outset, and not waited for. Every en
of croachment, or organization for en
croachment, shoul4 ple.with prompt.
re-and vigorous .reiaoO..
The State militia should at once be F
reorganized on an egenat basis, and
supplied with arms of the latest inm- T
of provement, and as the best retaliation
on anti-slaverymanctures, home man
ufactures and industry of every kind I
should be assidously cultivated. by
Direct trade with Europe, also, the as
Governor thinks, cannot be too much en
couraged, as best calclated of all to ae
render the State independent. Besides,
cau New Orleans, by the advantages of her
natural position, should be the great r
s importing, as we# as exporting, empo
e rium of the South and Southwest.
Finally the Governor reoommends, as
a last resort, that, should this fanatical
anti-slavery warfare continue, and thus
our institutions really be put in jeopar- -
tate dy, that the State take steps towards
ma eeting her sister States of the South
in a general convention for the defence
of their common rights, institutions and
Btte x Roost, Jan. 18.-In the House,
Sat r. H. W. Alig, of West aton Rouge,
offered resolutions to the following ef- i
gen- First, that Louisiana sympathises
rease with Virginia in her feelings on the late
Abolition outrages on her territory.
cal Second, the attempted insurrection at
ese Harper's Ferry is to be regarded as an
attack on the rights, property, and priv
Sex- iges of the whole South.
rio~u ird-Louisiana will stand by Vir
ginia, in case of any further conlict
e Opw ith abolition aggression, at all hazards.
New Fourth-The expression of Northern
Teta sympathy for John Brown and his cause
and is positive evidence of deep-seated hoe
tility by the North to slavery.
rods Fifth--The election of a Black Re
orkpublican as President of the United
cor States will be sufficient cause for a di
yin solution of the Union aid9 call faO g
m convention of the Southern States.
tead7 Sixth--Ia that event, the Governor
tr bu- shall isee writs for the election of six
are delegates, to represent Louisiana in that
aOr- Seventh--The sum of $25,000 to be
them appropriated be tenderod to the State
ojust f Virginia to meet the expenses she
eits has incurred in the Harper's Ferry af
Sfair, her cause being that of all the
rt ex- Eighth-Copies of these resolutions
S lto be snt to the Governors of the vari
osthe o tates.
which MON L R HUI.-Tho Abolitionists
man who endorse this naotorious villain, en
dome a scoandre, who, for his roguery,
gests ought to be in a peniteatiary, The Ia
i leigh (N. C.) Standald, of a recent date,
6 oc- in epeakuing ofiuaays:
rig Ti man, tesmR. Hr sr, we
ration, ihae , ids astve ef atd e.
m this is a(nief al a s seb a
where be is known, are implicitly relied lirs.
on. That exposure is a part of the Con- A. B.
gressional records, and may be examined Dr. d.
by Helper's Abolition friends. We can- Dindi
not just now lay our hands upon it, but Mel
we will reproduce it in some future The
number, to show how and by what au- aut el
thority this miserable traitor has been were I
exposed and branded. But, mean as he On
is, he is a very good Abolitionist. Help- There
er stole money, and Greeley and Thur
low Weed would steal and ruu off slaves JA
from their masters. helper turns npon an to
the spot that gave him birth, and seeks n')n
to destrov its material and social pros- ordina
perity; yuv. Morgan aids him in his WI
work, and hugs the traitor to his bI,,tnm. Body,
Nay, imore--the governor ol a saver- the sa
cig'l State, whose chief city has btcen or oth
mainly built ip by Southern trade and:u parisl
slave labor, has subscribed money to Pr lt
aid in lighting iup the tlamnus of caivil on
and servile war i, lifteen States of the any a
confederacy ! Is this the messay; f, af- mn;"E
Sftidion which New York sends gtreeting re. ,
to North Carolina ? is this a common v,olal
Snlioln ? on9 co
t r ,.ý .ý .. .,fired
Tax GoVERNasR OP VIRi;NI.A RECOMMENDr On
A (GENERAL (CSNVENTIo5 oF ALL TiE ST. tLES. te I'
--We lay before our readers to-day the tIhe r
- inaugural message of Governor Letcher entmlt
to the Legislature of Virginia. Our drain
c readers will rejeice, we are sun', to read 1PP'
a message so high inn its tone- - s truth- quAI
; ful in its positiolns, and so resolutte li its th
r- reconlnentdatins. The Governor of Mon
, Virginia reeornimends that Virgintia shall l 0
g invite a convention of all the States in loIth
l- the ULi,,i to cilnsider the Illatters of dis- D.ir
a- agreement etweell thetml , and, if the'y f n
cannot agree, to provide folr a pe'ace'futl
it separation, and that Cormmissinc r earla
i- should tIe appointed to wait on the Le- uno
At gislatures of the Northern States which Wa
a- nullified the fugitive slave laws, and R
ra '"t insist, in the name of Virginia, up- mor
on their unconditional repeal." We oen
n- congratutlate Virginia and the S.ith up- 1mU
a on these recommendations. Every state W
of in the South, we doubt not, is ready tI to.
ds go into a general convention of all tite su
re- States. If the Northern States assent ber
Le to this propositioin, the South will either of
1- have the guarantees necessary t , her day
S. peace and safety, or the Confederacy mar
le will be dissolved. But will the North- 'he
lg- ern States consent to go into a general le
ter convention? We think not. Then we
of trust, will follow a Southern Gonventi, n.
n- The mission from South Carolina is mo-t
opportune, and we trust, will meet sub
th, stantially with success.
he Charleston lfercury.
en- IW e have been requested by Mr.
t Wna i state sa at necessary shmese will
be prevent bis from ittnsdlng tWbH frieds on
ad Mday nest, but tathe will be on hand on
in- Tuesday, or Wednesday at the farthest.
in A OAR. d
ld Ubtdersigard, garetle for and lattered
by the patremge which thas been extended to him
the as an Amhreypist by the ciseas of Plaquemise L
en- vicinity, respectfully informs the public that his d
to way here is drawing to a cloer. Those who desire
ea, Portraits, but have been holding back, had beue pay
her o an early visi. He chltlenges the world for au
rent per pictues, and proves it by comparing his with
nny taken in the Eastern Stales or Europe, and thonse
who have pictures taken by the first artists in Eu-i
rope or lsewhere, are iviteal to bring Ishito aoy It
4 room, and if he cannot produce equally good ones,
iCl charge wilt be mnads. Respectfully,
h jeaa CHARLES WIL8ON. e
DTAMS WHITNEY AND COLT'S b
Ath NT PIST1OLS. For ale at a
once eplsy J. McWILLIAMS & CO.
and ZatXOXC ut7 '. P
PARISH OF IBERVILLE.
e, On Monday the 2d day of January, 1860, at t
ef" a regular meeting o(the Police Jury of the J
Parish of Iberville, the following members
sies were present, to-wit:
late AUGUSTE CHRISTIN, Pres't.,
member from 4th Ward. I
in at F. V. GALLAUGHER, " 1st "
San LUCIEN LANDRY, " 2( "
prV- J. A. DARUENNE, " 3d "
ADOLPHE BABIN, ' 6th "
Vir- HENRY J. HYDE, " 6th a
uict Absent-C. W. Keep.
ards. The following proseedinge wer be•d:
OIn)0 motion, Resolved, That the various IgI
oan rta of the several lospectors of Roads aind
ae es here presented ad esxmined be re
i o.- ceived, and that th(be various delisqlente bersia
meutioned be proeeeuted according to law fer
Re- the lees incurred by law.
nited Then eas Mr. Alle Jumel·, Parish Tres
a din- uer, wh peseaed hi aceoues, with voech
( a eee aniued, sad the committqe of the whole,
Lhadg aalll eamised said accounts eand
voecher anmsexed, do reprt ad say that the
a~ ccomnte are jest end correct, and that there Is
If si is the hands of the Treasurer a cash alance
a that r steen thousand four hodreand d thirty'
six 96-100 dollars.
to be The w Digt of the Lws of thi Parih
State consisting of four hbsedopee was prlesent
he ed and exacined, and oen etie, It was useat-i
aooaly alpprovedl n --d e .
On motion of Ik. de, Resolved, That
all the Parih oaicers and a rof th Po
lice Jury, hek frahed with a eopy of the Pa,
ations islwf*of chara, d futhee Resolved,
Svari- Tha k the Clerk e thePJoPY es uad eisi
eaby aethotlpd toeli the lew DiW at r Ly
Then the p hwi e*ea wey allowed
oonists aer the thl e .seemarinee S th
, n- whole: -
t d ate, Asnoe Paest, ari Ta
Ae~ts th, to statiri and tbee
S br dSeeht -eserb * w
Le Be Asuat oPsi, bo twes hr adoed.'
ibury, Ta h hrldl r -
r-. The +eIp •L~n U!1 I ' 85
111 Aisqlsal, tonr lm.l a. 1ay-n .
t.idi, "d - .S t 800
-. A. e u
irlr ri Ch - 1
Mrs. Morrell, 60 00 ur
A. B. Gouldey, for making a eoffin, 6 00 le Juri
Dr. O. P. Mangum, for attendance on 1 coi
indigent Isaac A. Corren, 10 c0 o
Dr. IAmhbremont, for attendance on J. t Cmi
Mlclanghlin, ind gent. 5 00 Point
The accounts of G. S. Rousseau for the oint,
asom of $201 85, and J. Stockley for $143 65, eport c
were laid over.cc
On motion, the Police Jury adjourned until lice ae
Thursday next, the 5th inst. For
JANUARY 5th.-The Police Jury met pursu- lite
ant to adjournment. The same members pres.. ur le
ent,with the exception of Mr. Babin. 1
On motion of Mr. Dardenne, the following
ordinance was p'sised to wit ;
sWfherený, complaints have been made to this pa Cr
Body, that the draining of the skimminyani of
the sugar kettles, the washing of the receivers + .i
or other impure inmtter. into the bavna of thli le I'la
pariesh, rendr the waters of said baIyous imr- 11 eI
pure an.,i ihnjnioua to health; et Vl
Be it therefore ordained. &c., That all per- n
aons are hereby prohibited trout drainiiiing into able
tany of the bnyonu of this pnrih, the ckim- so-11
mtn.g ot aofear kettles. the w:r: inlg of receiv. U"i,
tre. or roteher imnlar ritter. aiI any per,:n d, I
wi volatin:v the provisions of this ordinanlce. shall St
on eonviction thereof, be finel in a sIt:L of nlt
le-, than two hundred nor more than five hun- let ,
On motion of Mr. ITnnrv. be it Re!'vr d ! by
tle Phiee JutrV of the parlil of Iberville, l'huts
the comnlli.-llýnrs pp.';n'dtl by the ordinarce
r enti;lled 'an ordlinance to sablish i (omoni
,r drain through the point of lal-h on the Misair
I cippi river called the '*'h rest Point,' passed
Augu-t 9th, 1ý3 ," he nt., they are hereby re!
quired to make a full report of their proeeding
i, this Blnle" at the next session, viz: the 2d -
if l in .ty of A,,ri', 18C0.
11 On m,,t;,n. ItR se d. 'That the sum of eight
SI ollrs per i,.ntlih, le allowed to Mrs. Hyp-, t I
D- Diron, an indicent person, payable upon the
x"a , rrant of the mem,,wr from the 2d Ward.
ii Be it further Re-olved. That hiMr. laouis Ber
s geron and Mis, Marie Gothereau. be allowed
r each the sum of six dollars per month. payahbe
Snupon the carrian of the member of the dJ at 1
ch Ward. Arts
-id Resolved. That the sum of six dollars per belo
p- month, be allowed to Wdo. A. Boone, an indi. i
sg gent person, payah!e upon the warrant of the o
Smember from the 7th Ward. sihsi
t Further Resolved, that Wdo. Eliza Kelly red rive
I Wdu. Mathiieu Bouvey, indgent persons, he al bo
!ie lowed each, the =um of eight dollars per low
me [ onth, payable upon the warrant of the mem- by
'tit ber from the 2d Ward. the aforesaid pensions Iml
or of Mrs. Kllev and Bntey to date from tihe ilt
ir-r day of their removal trom the town of Plaque- Hot
S On motion, the Police Jury asjourned Intil S
the next regular meeting, viz: the 2d Monday abc
in April, 1860.
we LU'CIEN LANDRY. set
loti. F. V. GALLAUGHERI an
,it J. A. DIARDENNE,
utr II. J. HYPE.
President Police Jury.
Attest: J. 1I. Ru.L, Clerk.
Mr. JURI DE POLICE. 3
will - 1i
son PAROI88E D'IBZVILLE. Cs
Lundl le So. jour de Janvier 1860, i ane gse
Sion regulilre d Jleri de Poei de Ia Pauoisu
d'lberville, lee meoabr-es atalse I s pais re r
seats, savoir :
ered Auguste Christin, Pres't., membre du
shim 4e. ward; F. V. Gallagher, .le. ward;
i Lucien Landry, Se. ward; John A _Dar
it h. denne, 3e. ward; Adolphe Babin, be.
"si ward et Henry J. Hyde 6e. ward. be
rpay Absent, C. \V. Keep. "
s ou. Stur motion, Rcbsol, que los rapports dedi
Swith vers Inspecteura de chemins et levees, qui gat in
,boom etc presenteI, soient acept.-; et que les di- i
linquents y mentionnes, uoient poursuivis slon
SJay la lot por lea amendes encourues. u
ones, Mr. Allen Jumel Tresorier de Paroirse pdl"- s
senta sea comptes avec lee pieces justifcatives, n
DN. et le commits, apts leas avoir examines, lei out o
rouses justes et corrects, et iti s troeve une
T's balance entre lea mains do Trksorier, de seize I
it milie quatre cents trente six 961100 piastres.
LO. nouveau D)igeste de la Paroisse, se coma
pouant de quatre cent copies apris avoir ee
pr~esnte et examine, eat sur motion, aesepte a
Sor motion de Mr. Hyde, it eat Resolu quoe
60, at tons lea otficiers de Paroisse, et lea membreedo
f the Juri de pulice, soient fournia avee one copie .
ubera do nouveau Digate, gratis, et it eat de plus I
resola quee Greaffer dn Juri de Police, soeant
et II eat per le present autorise a vendre 'el
oard. aouvena Digest. a raison do cinqoaote cents
,, Le compies alvanta seot alloune apr..
avoir hi apprroar6 per eomilutd :
W. P. Bradbura, poer eat copies dea
loie dsle tne eo 0o0
" W. P. Bradburn, pour avoir reli It
Gasette & Sentinel, 8 00
Adous Petit, posr fainr lI tableau du
us a taxe de · u esi , '18 0
Is and Adonis Petit, pour papeier, ete., et reqgl
Sre- sr pour I',l du Recobdr, 00
b hrin Adorni PUtis, por deux earte gpoea
arw phique* per l'otse da Recorder, SO 00
Toa sal leroehe, pour svoir lqe as
Tre ind Ir uace A. Coarren, S2 60
reca J. H. sills, fnJ on at;are erimlnelle, 71 66
whole, Allen Jamel, pear secours portts S an
t and indigent, 8. Leaver, 18 00
Iat the Dr. A. Sneil, peour eSdo Gllhber
here is usoy6. -
elaneJ. 1. L. Larkr frais ee matl6re er tari , 1 96
thirty. D. A. Barew, poer ,eirra lasisn
Parisk A. B. y, por faire an ercuell, 5 00
resent- Dr. O. ag , pr moats porti
muas I- s A. Corre, 10 00
Dr. Lanbremont, pour m rsa port~ s &
SThat J. MIeLeghlin, 5 00
be P L cbmptes de G. 8. Roussea per Ia
JPe P e ee )P01 8S, et se. tMockley per
isued, 143 65, esot rovoys la peoclai~. gouuo.
.d et 8wr merts, le Jei de Police, e'I gi
I My a Jeudi peebsias eouerst.
hoed Jaer n le.-L Jouri de Pdoli n resait
meabree st pousub, & rezsepios de Mr.
0 a ' seu goi. 4 MS. Dadeuei, Prrdooassee
6 00 siante a it ps Iea, avor:
Ae, eds, qupdes ua-liM ot 6dt faes as
75 is Jerl 4 Pelsos 4I . W as ledes ds asem
B doe cbsudte susie, tgslwreduis*en
S 8 voi 98 &le, go ahotm aiS ub,) le 3y*
j Het e o eosiqe adese, etc., qall
7 1a leme, deshamem6e & sese, I.es d
j8 96 t rgsrr~l
us- ~~t -
Sur motion de IMr. l .ndry, 11 est esolu par
le Juri de Police de Ia paroisse d'lberville, que
les commissires nonnnts par I'ordonnance, in- State
titulke one ordo,nance pour i~lablr tin ezout
en common au travera Ia pointe de terre oar e E
M, siesippi, coiunt sco, !. nom de Church W
Point, qui a tict paaclele 9 Aout 1858,'POiet
et ils sout par It prcaent requis de faire tn rap, final It
port compietde !cure procedures au Juride Po- lier Hie
lice a Ina prochain see ion, aaioir: le 2e. LIndi Noult
d'Avril, 1860. concert
Sur tmotic:, Resolu. que la somme de hit the tiat
piastres par moni, rrso allotie a Midm. Ilypo- be hbr
lite Doiron, ut-e per-onne inditrente. payable court.
sutr le rmandat du membre du 2. a. td. iettre
II eat de plua Re-olu, que Milc. Louis Ber- d a
Sgeron et 1.,'1:'.. M.i," (;othresu, oicnt allhnee CleTe
•a chacune Ia c(,InIC de six )lastres par mois --
pavable our le mntndat do membredu 2e. ward. Ltitct
SR-eolu, qu0" la emine de six pla:ilra par
t m.i" ,k it aloiuite a V-". A. llone, pa.able our
le mand.t de men Ire di 7,. , 'ird
II eat de plus ltito , qu:e Ve. Eliza Kelly A
it Ve. Mathicu B tuvey, slent aliolout:s a cha- coor si
o qin, la Summlltl; de hint pIastre par mnuiS, pay- cessiol
abhle 'cr I moantl!d m r d d 2,-, ward. le A vi
sit-,I t,- ;,.-ion- :.lieui s Ve. Kelly et re. I cela c
UBusey levirrIt dater do jiur ou rlte eortirint de ce
do in sille d^ Plaquemine. Cotup
I Sir m,,tit;. Is Juri de Police, Pest aju.rnlt jugem
iu-qtn I:t -r" cs,+ine ceP-innl regu.irt, saow r : charg
le ecod I.undi rlAvrd. I i). so ci
LU'IlN L,.\ND)Y, due
I r* '. \. G\IAI' IIER, ,
J. 11. IlI !'R.
S AUG. c IlI~IST'fIN, I1
rtit. Jn .Juri de Police. 7
Attests:: J. 1. : Bi.:, Greflier. beau
--_.Ir'TIO.V S&ILE, Hbeo
ly AUl(;L ST CII~ISTIN, Auctiuneer. aern
TILL BF SOLD AT AUCTION, on Co'ur
T 'L I. UA Y the 94th day of this pre'enti dec
e mon of" JI. i A Y, 1860, Etat
' at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the residence of Pierre
.lrtanx in this pariah, the following property Sul
r belonging to Pierre Artaux, to wit : A'
1i. lc.-A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND 1
t fronting and on the left bank of the river aIis. cour
sissippi, containing four arpentsr front on said deift
river by eighty artents deep more or leIa; cel
l bounded above by land of Henry Stingle, be.- da
er low by land of Edouard LeBlanc, and behind dit
n- by the Bayou Manchac, together with all the
Os Improvements thereon and thereunto belong- a
ie g, consisting of a Dwelling louse, Corn d
** House, Negro Cabins, &c.; also a Woodes
Sugar House and Horse Sugar Mill.
til 2d.-JULIEN, negro man, a creole, aged
sl about 30 years, a good subject, afield hand.
8d.-CHIARLOTTF,, aged 30 years, a good
subject, (creole) together with her four chil
dren, to wit: " hs
4th.-JaUL , aged 8 yerr. o
5th.--LrUc, aged 5 years. de
6th.-l)ihErTtt., aged years.
7th.--Lois , aged 2 months. en
8th.-AIMEE, negro woman, (creole) agld a
94 years, with her child aged 2 months. bie
9th.-A lot of Horses and Mules. jud
10th.-A lot of good Mitch Cows with young hA
TERM AND CONDITIONS OF SALE.
low O the laud, one fourth of the price of ad
i judicatiun cash, one fourth in the month of SI
t. Jauuary 1861, one fourth in January 1892,
and one fourth in January 1863--the purcba S
du or to furnish his mates for the credit terms,
rd endored to the satisfactia of the Vendor and
in land remaining mortgaged to sere the
paymeat of said notes and all interests wbhich c
. y accrue--ial oates mot paid at maturity to e
bear interest at the rate of sight per cent per
measn maw Anal paymepLt
sdi- The 8avespayble one third cash, one third
ont in January neat, 1861, and one third in Jan- di
d.- ary lb62. Ie
aloo The Horses, Mules, Cows, Ai.-all soms ch
under and to twenty dollars cash--above that so
pr'- sum payable an March next-purchasers fur.
Yes, nisthng their notes endorsed to the mtisfactooa
a out of the vendor.
une All the notes must be made payable at the
size Recorder's office of this parish.
re. Iberville, January 4th, 1860. [jan7
r ei I &lVTE L of 'E.YTe'Y,
pte a sr Av.vs3 OCZRz5WW,
erde TL SERA VENDU A I'ENCAN, MARDI I
opie I 24o. jour des prsert moie de JANVIER,
pius i1860, a 10 heures du matin k Is residence de 1
oient Mr. Pierre Artaux en cette paroisce, lea pro
re 'e prii tes suivantes appartensat a Pierre Ar
cents taux, savoir.
No. I.-UN CERTAIN MORCAU Di
apri. TERRE fesnt face s Missitippi rive gache,
meesant quatre arpeua de he mo dit Leuve,
utr se preodeur de quatre ringts arpents
S00 .pylus ou moi, borai e heat pr terre de lie
ry Stingle, on ba par terre Edosard Le
8 00 blam et d*lie pr to I Manchac, ena
gmble aska~tbs lee h et AmuDirs
18 00 tems qui a'y troment, ceeiatntea mae Maisome
de MaItre, Vahmes A Nepr , Magaise Mbai
3i 00 Ecarie-Use Serrie e boile at an YMelin
Sucre a cheval.
0 00 S.--JULEN, negre creole, ag d'savire 80s
ese, be sanset, aegr de champ.
" 6 8.-CHIiARU OTT , n meg eele, ag6 o
1 66 o80 ans, boa aujet, easemnble a~swe eae,
18 00 4.-JdcL ag de O S..
.-L-ct, agt de 6 ame.
W 6.--Dosmr , age s 8 aeSm.
16 O 7.-Loms, ag de l moi.
&--AIMEE, neemgres ereole, ag6e de lame,
S00 bhon ujet, ensemble avec son entant agd mois.
*O 0 .-Ua lot de Cbhew et de Muless-- let
de Vaches laitoures ave de jueone resex.
10 00 Trm nseisbaditaa da Viae.
Lo ter e st eeduqem de Is dp e '.
6 00 jdioation omptat, a quart oJanvier piro
ur la chain 186, us quart em Jeevir 1868, et ma
por quart en Jeavier 1818.
sro i& t tisctiOes do e r, et bypothe
que retesue sur ha terre peer gareetirds peat
meat die its billts It do tt ttster ta i
rest peermt remlr-tut bil - payl a tI'c
mes shew. pertm atmss a resr 4hlt pur
41 Mr. Iet per jlq'Uaaperlt pemme.L
Le Eaclraves mt vsdea ma tMe, do prix
ss d I'eladhaetion omputaauea therse. Jansier
1861, et eoln J r a 18n e poet lat i.
res asr tret I'eechea m ps hpemie u t.
leaees Ces , * ee.. por
ess toses mes aU .assetjmaqw o0jp ee,
so Day- oumptmksedmsso S piuanU ,p5Y7 eu
L, qull Dabet lee ss a mtrbiSafnlo rttsVi
t tr te t a sraies de alper r mat per a jiqna
trae er psiemea. Ut toee lee busts esront
aL gas ita p rse ue de hostrer em eatte
£ilt •rDates d idoe*r. eetted
State of Louisiana-Parisk of lbruilkI
S Srth Distric CoUlrt.
Estate of Volier Hebert, dec'd.
-I[THEKEAS, Nemese Bonicard has this day
V filed in the Clerkc office of this court has
final tableau of distribution of the estate of Vo
lier Hebert, dec'd
Nolice is hereby given to all wheat it may
concern to show cause within thirty days from
the date hereof why said final tableau should not
be hontologated and made a judgment of this
court, the administrator discharged from any
further responsibllihty i the premises, sad has
bond as such cancelled and annulled.
Cle k'a office, Dec. 27th, 1859.
de I:l M. A. ESTEVAN, Clerk.
L'ttc de la Louisi:ne-1Paroisse d'lberillr.
C'our dau me. District.
S c,'e.ssi, n de feu Volier Hebert.
SA TENDU, que Nemese Bonicard a ce jour
entiassa dans le burean du Greffier de cette
- cour son tableau final d'administratien de Is sue
cession d, feu Volier Hlebert
Avis est par le present donnd a tous ceux que
cela concere de deduire sous 30 jours de Is date
t de ce ",r. sent le rtaisons pour lesquelles Ii dit
Ci,.pte Fiinl ne serait pas hlmologu6 et fait leI
junLement tde cette Cour et 1'Administrateur d-.
charge de toute responsabilit6 en cette afaire et
son cautionnement coumme tel annuilli.
P ureau du Greffier. Dee. 27, 1559.
d~t:; MI. A. ESTEVAN, GreffLer.
Satie of ,oiia-I'-Paria.I of lbereille-6tA
Estate of Treville Hiebert, dec'd.
S IITI IEAF, Michel Hebert ha/this day filed
in the Clerk's office of this Court. his ta.
b:eau of administration of the estate of Treville
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may eon
cern to show cause within thirty days from the
r. sdate hereof why the said final accoont should
not be honiologated and made a judgment of this
Clerk's office, Dec 27th, 1S39.
rt! dec31 Al. A. ES 'EVAN, Clerk.
Etat de Is Louiaiane-Parouse da'lbervilo-
e Coar lu Sizieme District.
ty Succession de feu Treville Hebert.
A TTENDU, que Michel Hebert a cer ur en
D A bassie dasa l bureau du Grefer de eatts
is- cour son tablesu d'adminileration de a successiom
kid de feu Treville Hebert
Avis est par le present doned toes eax q0e
cela concerne de deduire som treate jousde Is
nd date de ce present lea raipons pour Ilequelldes I
dit compte ne sjait pea homologu eat hit L.
ghe jgement de elte cour.
g- Bureau due G er. De. 27 )O.
re dec31 M. A. ESEVAN, CGAwer.
state of Lemamlaa-Pariah e besloi-eat
Estate of Zepherin LeBlanc and Ger
od trude Voisin, both dec'd.
hil- TIHRELAS. Masimilien Leibme has his
S day filed in the Clerk's oae of this eest
his Anal tableau of administration of the estate
of Zepheria Leblanc and Gertrude Voisin, both
Netieas sheeby given to all whnm it may coa
cernm show cause within thirty days from te
Pd date of the publication hereof why said adrl ta
bleanu should not be bImoogated sad made.
judgment of this court and the Administrator di
ang charged from any further responsibility in the
premises and his boead as such cancelled.
Clerk's oaes, December 9th, 1800.
S dec17 M. A. FSTEVAN, Clerk.
Is of Iat de la L.oatsame--holse 4'sIelvile
802 00e4r WA d e bltult.
ae. Succession de fens Zepherin Leblaneet
rams, Gertrude Voisin.
and A TTENDU, qas MNuimaiean Lblesa am jaer
the A ealiase des d I bureau da s d esa
hb coar ema tablese Bal d'admi a i
Sto cession de fer Zapurin Le lan t Gesda
per Avis eat par le present dosed k tor cnat qu"
i cla concern de deduire sous trte as m d
ird date de a prs n te raions pu l, ,e
Jan- dit tableau Afnal art ran paur at hi.l
Ie jugiment de cette cour et LAdeinistraere r
aome chargde de toute responsabilitd en catte ahlnet
that son cautioament conme tel asell.
fur. Bureau du (reater, Dec.. 1800.
uos decl7 M. A. ESTEVAN, Goseer.
tthe sprtase. "466e LSuiibt
i7 M&s. THOMPSON,
Fauoi Nsw OrwAn.a
ZW, ST AS the plehsem of manoeseiag t. the ladle
Sof Plagq mine and a that she s ei..
pared to give kesses in cutting tI.die' and Chil
DI de's Dreses.
IER, Any lady with a knowledge of this art
e de which can be barred in a few hoer-s-ae it s er.
sro. sf or others petfectly i any required style.
0 Ar- Alao rseveal stjle of Silk sad Woeted r
broidery; Wax Tmusend Wosted Flowerm
P DL Paink ta., ught ia classes.
Mr. T. arries oa dress makigl, adpesses
*every Icility fer making to order at the et
eve motice, all the latest tyle of dweee, eab d
' Ladiee ia et~ost wil be waited oa by MYrs.
rd L- T. if eoanvel s be meat.
c, ea- Pattenefll kinds cu t is ew mainute.
ios Sevral eatica auted ,am in.
N, Reeidewseer lm** sad l Nidla. jali
hoe 30 TAM Theadale ,*
mte 11th of i ier, hot., - mad
sale, Hem ebews 10 e 11 yeasr of p.-eeleeer y
Ught dust mai aid tail whig mall i fue ad
hbea black; shoat 14 heads lhgh; - bnad i
If said hee in t elaied lolb i he tlh at
February nest, 1I8O he will lbe sel s that day,
by the undernipd Jutticef of tre P.a, t his
redc , thru miles beow the ark, Grmad
SRiver. H.J. IIJTDRL
Sa jual4 Jrmtieo dthe VMen.
s.s sTheda. Gueb
!o- U anvlev lai., s s1pGlad'i
vibse das Ia paandes dlervtlke
n Cbheval pave, ai dSeavirfe 10
otd Bile dit dieval mat pm selind devat 13
de Frrier, int., it ers veade ear le dit Jea pir
S. le seassigod, Jag de his, Le adideaea us
St p 6 p.W. J de hi.
r TN t ree sa shet dist5mesoilw PaQi----
ast la. I A tuCUL3t , eCstaieig meney d etes
emt. umlueLss. i The was, y calling at this eMe,
trin AN e ha adt the Saw Mill ·O S per esed
jnqu lead your rdens to
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