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3 C. BRECKEIJUD(; E,
GE . JO. LAN E.
lE E/Veftw Di trit.--Jodi OCTAVE loUCr
IELAU, Etlcaur-PIEKRRI 4.AosIDTE, sub-.Elec
"d idtriet.-RERNARD AVEGONO, Elecetr
C. D. VANCY, $mm4-Elteta.r.
d4 Distrirl-I'KAiS MONDi LANDRY, Ilecror
--(. M. UE, Sub-Electlr.
4M Dis La -l. B. h tIMMES; , Electur-JULES
54 Dil-rie-JIýLEG U. OLIVIEK, Elector-J.
K. ELOEE., nb-Eiector.
LM Diartilt- J1. LEVY, Electer-W. IL_
That the platfoem adupytl by the DI)
paty at seciamuuai e a•finled wb -e
fal e soltiwso :
T1. "lat the (over nmemt .f Territory
organised by an act of tuongrre i+ provisional and
wtemrer!, and duri,ng its eslalence all ciliseas of
thln U i Stas have. an equal right t, settle, wit
their proepity is a Terrutory wtm..ut Itheir rietls,
rlthertof person or property. being l. struyed or tut
pal by SC ogrosaoal or rTerruunmai rlegtiaia.
2 14 ll That is thle tll t r u tFe I -ral
Geaerasen in l it s deparrueair 5e to prieS, w 1. st
.seeeetar, the rights o peromau and iru.pry in the
l'errtorles and hterever elnt is. Clu.tllulijottl au
3. kesaired That wh.o settlers in a Territory
blvisgas adequate populajio to bro, a 4rlte Coa
alitutales, the rights ut auVrt Iu v c eitiietCS alnd
beoeg cuaseameted by an i assy . ate the Iuui-.
aeySt y stead uno - fl "0 peo~pl,.
athesr atles; and aj I U , a orgausedoj
ogh W he admulzdie the tusui, weme
sth besiatiluse prldhbid r ecogonzes the in
4; &Alh, '..t the emoersde party are in
IlaOt thelr ý l s of Caeb on au. mh terms me
al kee •et the thshferseseasesi of the Fu
SS e law4 e sheilet ma ada ue sad seb.
at d Omanisstiwtiutnasd uavulatinOary is th.ir
6. rAsd, teot the Demoera y of the United
Staves ecigeie Is as a iopermstem duty of aia
Goer*Mat to proeet seteralImed risetas in all
their tights, whet1r al hemw aos lresia lauds, to
Itame sawat as aeiohere citizens.
And whoeas. Oe Si the griestea aeoeities of the
es', iea nalibal, esmmereiel, petal and miliary
poist of y is a speedy saarrewiasss lewees.
hLe Paict. ad At(te.e coase therare, he it
7. IWnded. That the lIatinel Demeematic paty
do hereby pedge themaselvs o Mus every maass ma
their pwer a Ise mr t passamge of sese btell to the
silent el t em etheal sethnrIy of Ceagree
DrS the c gie of a Pacic Rireld, frets the
MiM I *o*s (t he Pacic Ocean, at ee Caliali
omv. ahi a ;4 1 .
uwSee the advertisement of Bricks
f ateit $10 a theesand.
Sg&rocLKY & DiLAVAt.6a ofer for
teit the siove they at presnst oeepy, a they
elpeet to go into their large new store in lwr
or six weeks. Their old stand, as well as
their ew, is a fne location.
WrYr. B. B Bnaayv ha just arrived
with same splendid saddle sd match horses,
which he says ho wil sell veiy cheep. Look
in at Berker's stable.
a1 It will be seen by advertisement
tat Mr. Tu.ao ho eIped a nw Tin, Cop.
per, be., bshop In our ien, eseslicite a por
liou of the patroe~do dour citizens
Lmusxa.-i wit be seen by the ad
*vortlst ,!em , uaewics, of Vicksburg,
that he hII We with a .atbuat of ne
l imber o a vter two.
Tar WV maner , &c.-The weather du
ring the Arst p~t of the week lIs been warm
te depgree we never before cxperienced.
bhis rerk is general. The Picayune sys,
in refertnce to the heat (hat the thermometer
there "attaiaed adegree higher than any oth
or recrd is the puast in that city." It stood at
9 in a draft is our office. On Thursday,
holwever, we hada nice shower, preceded by
m plie darkaiag the sky with the
ee e lamehee sad leveling tres.
ie thei heo tlbe air hasu been slightly cooler.
Buosu mra Pmoasu--Our friend R A.
IKamr, has awaLkeeld e somuetbing of a
lip Yes Wikle leep, as it appears r& t.. h
wa" y is j*wg ..bor o..~ eL. smo
s-dt a wt useim. n ath.eo s mel e
ied -llmiLs I S hato ut.
N~jsee.. us ...ah ,d
jU l8 TiCKET.
Le b ' cealls e*srywhere ibrtp the
is Parigoh mes, meestigst, tchb as will
blb hkre . to a*y to rTO* & no.mie
tins of Baasmms ad Lam .Our pres.
p-ets are brigt--ou sece. is onward. Our
readers may rely upon it that we speak from
our J)uwdgm t, not through our partiality.
Or excrhanges frosr other States give as
cheering a picten in favor of our tiketr, as that
presented in our own Louisiana, which we
will e4tually Adorn with, the laurel wreath
of viey. The enathusiasm everyahere, and
particularly in the Southern aund South-west
ern tdEteAs, is palpably on the increausto the
mind of the uiaprejudiced observer-in fact,
exceeds any political exuitation that has oc
curred for uaany 'years, as far as our percy
two goes. Certainlo,-as far as our recollec.
tln extends, the excitement growing out of
Uucbasan's nomination i ltti, was nothing
lake as great. These are btlhful auguries in
prejudging an event-and point with unerring
certainty to the success cf the Nat,,:ral Con
M.titutionaal Democracy, wta the 5th of Nouvut
Jud. n a faoin the tone of the press-and
what triuer ildex is t-eie to ad scorvr the feel
ings land op:nlon uf a people-it seems to
be the general iumpressiol, that B~t"CkENRwsI.e
is the man for the hour, beflore whom all op
pt' ol .MI'rrT Ia!!, hke sappiag; before a hur
: cae. Sucress ilppsars to be aaucattd
wth hl s iame--sa:na:l,,ted with this very be.
lag. .\1 a -tatCesuan, though so young, how
.urpraiqgly pure does he appear wheen com
witiS the great majority who figure an
t d po.thtcal asemnblws of the
ia has evcr heard the usnae of
S.atnDu s mixed up in broils
a public nature, in which
integrity and dgnity of che
ion were absent; or ii any politi
, as in the social walks of life, that
it filed to bear with it-above the preju
dice of party in the first, and pmidst the en
yvs anti enemies of private life In the second-
the loftiest principles that characterize nobili
ty of manhood? How appretuely hiaher than
D)ltGLAS an all the principles of true great
uesi, does he appear, when his course previ
ous to the Conventlon is compared with the
ourse of that gentleman ! Une aeemed to rest
calm and guardful of hiis duty and his bonor
in his high position, serene and indifferent to
the eclata and aitubtions that surrounded him
-while the other, with the taste and talents
of the gifted and experienced demagogue,
patatiute his high calling by exposing a sel
ti.hness anld ant ambition to rule, ahich of all
priciales should be feared by the American
peaople-thatu givin, Lis thloughts aid talents,
which belenged for the time to his State, to
the concocting of echemes and intrigues which
a ould ensure his success in the nominating
coUiv-ntio, and thus place hint in reach of
the Presidency. The latter has got that for
which Its struggled so hard and sacrificed so
mueh-there tlhe ca.uatty wil leave hitm.
SThe former was conteint in attending to the
duties J his station, while the other plotted
and intrilg*li-and the country, satisfied with
the manner in which those duties were per.
forared and proud of his exalted ebaracter,
will elevate ham to a station where ambition
itself must pall Tie eesdoaeles such as we
draw hers are the lamMitah smalts, in either
case, that follow sueek pitleel aress.
0" otbr . ief a ,s ,Iat
der thrviele ia mdl ilMi i wa ,o -
and trengteat hes tIhe peep . As
whet it presnts s10 & seidy sid enbear
lg hbse ty, loty priesiple sad esandtera.
ted ps*rioema-such Caierage, totio, al
ests and success-thet the basest yeomary
of the country have buts i bees. aegasia
ed with it to pronocce it AM emeseatl
of the true and genuine National Demeoraod
Convnti, and to give to it a eeaeos sup
port (as we inlemate abov is eW being dse
throutghot Lthe sounaby) ybich if it thUs ea
timeis or a fear wusha lope elsh the some
,thumslas, bids fair to sweep the D1mglo
abortion car of tbplitical beards, d n
consign it ferevetio the,41shonored tomb of
the selllsayodl MY thud haste the beer.
Uoxae oNoar.--Many of our citikss
have- gone and are going North. MeWar
LIass, of the fiBnrm of McWilliams & Ca., sad
Mr. O. lasrsaawnuz, of that d Roth, Dr
blieux & Co., are off on busesm eoectedo
w ith their r~aetive establishments. M. 0.
ScrarS and Zawom Lassur, &q., are as
a tour for health asmoeg tbhe lakes a·id loy
muntaine of the Norther region. Many
we know nut of in.the puarisl bhave dosbtlues
also started Northward, aid for the watering
places on the Lake shore. Ohb! it is ue to
have plenty of money, with the privilegep of
spending thedull summer whrev· r we plese.
SOur fellow sitia A. TAL.mo, i1., 1,ff for
Virginia eredmeoday, to visit his mse ad
take another to the college at Hampton. A
son of Mr. J. I. Ras acuompanied him, go-.
lug lps to that institution.
Wmca as Ronv ?--We perceive thabt
the name of Mr. Brekenaridge is spelt both
ways-as andl is. Now, we deo't want to
have it said that we don't ase bhow to spell
oar Preidet'i name--and ree re asuiess
I ly lioquire which is right, , r . de-Dreches
I ridge or Bdrckidrget -
-A gestliese jeat *em Sunssk sad hl
-tdoo, sa isesbis oem. abwd.psdses,
1Me ~hM sn N tis, Iap that Mryb
4?d Wd my er wharb oh
It oauet be denied that the to0ne o the ell
mnd Everett pressaverywbere, show adecided
partiality. fr, or sympathy with, the Douglas
snd J.heson party, and eiecs rws, while each
vehemently attacks the Breekeeldge and Lane
legion, which is now forming in battle array
their serried reanks The came is evident-
They are both opposed to the regular legiti
mate Der cy-.both are equally interested
in its de toon-and it ease such an un
happy even for the country, should occur,
the weakest petty of the two (Bel or Doug
lea) would as naturally fall into thle harness
of the victor, as it is for the human mind to
look out for "No. I ;" and thus by their uni
ted strength keep practical Democracy under
foot, and enjoy conjunctively the offices and
honors. If not expressly understood io cau
cus or in black and white, we are cuonident
that such a programmue is Intuitively engrav
ed upoui the ni:id of each organization; arid
with such uli ui.lterstandmlg, ill case the elnc
rion lor P'resident is thrown into the House,
the weakest party of the two would resign if
it w uuid ensure the success of the other, I1ll
or ID ugIls. ")cllcer4cy" is their game and
tsui.h is ticir pi.e. 'unaiencISg by iutriLue
anrd tergiversations to win the imrtiary step to
prelerirent, the I)ouglasites, at least, are de.
termired to play their hand to the end; and if
the opportunity socurs that D)ouglas or Bell,
one or the other, can grasp the reins of Gov
inent, we feel assured that the "l.ttle Giarnt"
will not be the one who takes the back scat!
That this game of "two against olne" is
most assuredly being played, with the under
standing of future union, whichever succeeds,
the evident congenihalty of fehmis and senti.
meats perceptltile in the Bell and D)ouglas pa
pers, is sufficient evidence. 'But as a further
proof that these organizations are united in
interest in opposition to the Dellni.ratic Cn
ittutiOunal mn inatiuns, note Low sparing or
careful the Douglas and Bell papers are, of
the use of language derogatory to oine or the
other, while pouring hot shot into the Breck
enrudge an 1 Lane camp. We have yet to se
the fir-t Douglas paper making a regular at
tack upon Blil--o a Bell paper attacking
Under thi array of facts-the certainty that
the success of Bell will cause a union of the
Douglas off-shoot with it, and the contrary
if the latter should he elected-and the cerr
tainlty moreover that either would retire in
favor of the one who should be strongest, in
case of the election going into the Hlouse
we say, under an array of facts like these,
how can the true, Ilfe-long and unselfsh Ite
mocrat, whose motto iv "principle, norumen,"
unite himself with an organization which car
rues with it nothing lut the nrme which, for
so anuny years past, has been the synonym iin
politics of all that is pure, chivalrous and -elf.
sacrificing-yet sometimes disgraced as in this
instance--wherever prevaiiung, evidencing
the prevalence of a courageous, intellectual
and prosperous people-a nlame which nt
preposterously and traitorously retains, that
Douglas, under its prestige, may the surer
reach the culmination of his "o'erleeping ami,
bition. Beware, young DIlmocrats, of this
seductive Douglas wile, which aims at nothing
but the Imnmeltioe of your party and its Ial
lowed title upes the vile altar of self-aggrau
Cmaes roe a Furs Isvagmlar.-Th
Washigle &.te. peblishe the eer of a
Virgiaiese.e et$100 *e inch State that thle
Breckeeride sad Laae tket fails Virginia,
Teaeeses, North Careliai, Geergia, Alae
ma, () Louisiana, ( 1) Arkaneas, Texas and
Fieaida. The sam that it woe't garry as
jerity of the slave States; the uamef)hat
Douglas will get a lre electosal ves, and
the same that be wUet a larger popular
vote. Nere is sp hadid chees forom
good, legitimate Demeerat to "tura a few he.
iet'pessi ." If this Doughlsite is'at rasy,
we'll 4hasud eemethieg it'. all foe Behmkm,
.4that Mr. Virgieha eenldn't e fonud if
tiigred tos cme to theeeraeck with his d4e
lur. If not a myth, end the getlemnt will
coes South, he can get his pile covered pret.
ty quick. Alabama for Doegleel Tease for
Douglastf LIulrasa br Deugltals Why,
the ea t's impdeece is actually eauseating.
Ta. Bms. AsM Evuaw Mausem.--We
were et haeed with th poesedirs like our
neighbor, of the meetig bere, sad not being
here to tahe a sketch, we esuld aot publih
its doigs. Bless yer heart thie Bell and
IEverett pety lkew with whlm they are
Sgbhirg. Eseheegesof fevers pass btween
confederate., not eemies. The Bellites and
Douglasites, yeou had better kbelieve it! uun.
aatsed see other
I A cerrespondeet m the New Orlean
Courier of Wednesday, writing from this
town, is ungesearously severe we think upon
the quiet, orderly, inoffensive and hermleia
Bell and Everettmeetieg held bere em the 80th.
The respectabeiity of its chareeter (embracing
we admit some ol oer eldM st eitisems)
shold have atoned mmewh te peacity
fd it sumbera. It was a weol " Mr. Cor·
C q Jdeh, oa Jrnel, formerly a K.
N. joeenl, adl aterly we believe Indepen.
det, eoms m to s this wk withvry ie-ia.
eltie a the 2 aueseset Iteelf of the
fhti, thet i ta is the rint peitiail
q h bslf es amekeenlds md Lame.
I wremurlghtk, Iphs% lss it Ii. the rtask
wIe elaIqr She lse.
gles ar s da
THE MEETINGI TO-DAY.
Our town w a an animating appear.
nee to day. . will be an inflowing of
the Democracy of Iberville, on occasion of the
return of their periodical duty-the ratifica
tion of the nominations of the Democratic
party for President and Vice President of the
United States; and to-day the gallant Demo
cracy of this parish will formally open the
canvass by reaffirming the cardinal principles
a.dl usages of their time honored organiza
lion, and by throwing to the breeze the Ian
nor of BRECKENRIDGE AND LANE!
The friends and supporters elsewhere in the
'tste and country of those chivalrous leaders
nity rest assured that the Democracy of lhb
ealviee will make a conquering tight in No
vember in behalf of the Country, the Consti
tution and the Democratic Party, by rolling
upone of their old fashioned majorities for
the nominations which they this d4y ratify.
Off with our hats, Democrats, and let the
welkin ring in cheers for BacsassaI,tu alnd
Lank'! the I'nion ! te Cansittutin,.' and
Equal Protection to Property wherecer the
.tarsr aad Stripes float.'
The Lsatest Items.
Twenty-three negrues were to Ie so:d at
auction in New Orleans yesterday, said to be
rhe genuine Aflrca,, of recent tupoat.ation
thought to be a portion of those taken into
Mobile hay in a schooner a;ftw days since
- 'There are reports of the captured ne
grous at Key West dying by hundreds daily,
lor whou graves are dug, &c ; but it is stated
that they subsequently appear upon the deck
of a vo.-el which, with outstretched msal, has
ten away for the Florida and Louismana coasts
- Recorder Fabre ol New Uaiean.s is dead
- thle P'ulice of New Urleans are to be unl
toriaed--'lT'e work on the New Orleans
C.ustoui.-louse is stopped, and it will be many i
ear hbefuore It is resuied. No says tie
Msn. LIHai:'sESNRIDGE's Ati'EPrrANiL-The let
ter of acceptanlce of Mr. iUECKF.itlsE , Sp
peats it the .ell(t of Thursday, but is too
,engthy for this week. issue. It will appear
ti our next. Of the Resolutions adopted at
thie Coaven:t on which nominated him, he say-s:
"Tuey are just to all parts of the Union, to
all our citllents, native and nalurahlzed, and
they formi a noble policy lor any AdwminUtra
REl'ADIING FOR THIE MILLiO'
Two more mcen were sentenced to
death in New Orleans on Monday last,
nad one (f. mn. c.) to the penitentiary for
te0n year---the two first for killing their
wives, and the latter for killing his
slave woman, with whom he lived as his
wife.... On Saturday last a large con
flagration took place iii New Orleans,
fourth District, in the vicinity of St. An
lhrew street ; loss $40,000....At Proc
torvill0., ,,n the Lake Shore, on Saturday
last, three Spaniarda were killed in a
piersonal conflict eby a Chinaman who
was afterwards shot dead whil4rying
to escape .... Sun stroke seems to be
augmenting its victims in New Orleans
during the last week....In Camp and
Magasine and other streets in the city,
at the present time, stone-cutters are
engaged in the middle of the street, cut
ting graves to lay the iron for the city
Railroads; then, New Orleans, sext
winter we presume, will present s new
feature'that will advantageously alter
its appearance very much .... Jerome
Bonaparte, the last of the brothers of
Napoleon I, is dead .... Heenan has pro
bably arrived in New York by this timne,
where an ovation among the "faney"
awaits him . . . Garibaldi is still prose
eating the war with success in Sicily
....It is said that Free Masonry exists
in Japan, and that two of the late Am
bassadors were Masons....Sam Colyer,
of Pulaski Co., Ky., offers to fight Bee
nan for any amount, from one to twenty
thouand dollars.. ....The corn crop
failure in Texas.... Lola Monte ,
ing at the point of death at be
dence in Bro . h... Dr. A. C.
Woodviile, Miss., committed
a few days since....A sister of
suth, who came to this country wi
him, died at her residence in Brooklyn
a few days since....Ed. Armand, a
planter of St. James pan, cut his
throat on the 7th in New lesas, adl
died immediately. .. A boy of lyearsa
of age killed a man in New Orleans
last week, for attempting to punish
hini for insulting his wife.... Rev. Mr.
Hardin, for poisoning his wife, suffered
the extreme penalty of the law in New
Jersey a few days since. He made a
full confession. He was but 28 years
of age....I t is said that the Japanme,
who have jut It us, had but twosaits
of clothes, ~nd aever changed their un
der clothes from the time they left Jap
an-- mistake we reckP.... When a
friend wants to borrow money, comider
which yes would rather lac, the friend
or the amesy .. A comet is now l
eight l the i andanens ainight
daily in Baton Rouge....The thstmo
meter at Clintaosi Teday last is said
to halivs aod ite ia the shade!
Can't dibelieve it.
Ai 'A rousing meeting of te ftriends
of Breckenridge and Lane was held in
Newark, N.J., on Friday evening. The
Journal says : "We have never seMen a
larger or more enthusiastic meeting in
thiscity. There were mingled together
the staunch and veteran Democracy,
who have carried the national flag and
marched to the music of the Union since'
the days of Old Hlickory; the young
and ardenit supporters of national mtlnt
and national principles, who have tlh
foresight to see, and the manliness to,
If,,llow, wherever those principles lead
them; Amterican and foreign born Demo
crats; all earnest in behalf ,f that D,
Inocracy which knows no divided flag
or sectional allegiance ; all determinead
and united in their support of the true
Tin. T'cw r.-The Spirit of the aouth,
pul,lishied at Clinton, La., conies out fr
Breckiuridge and Lane in the most spir
ited rst2le. Its articles are ably written
and calculated to du the cause g ,Jd ser
POLITICAL.-'Ieraa.-A mass metting of the
Democracy of Texas, held at the Capitol of
Austin a few days since, enthusiastically rati
tied the nominations of Breckenridge and Lane.
Texas, will, the account says, give them a
"whopping" majority. Old Sam is out enthu
siastically for the ticket.
Georgia.-Stephens, as it will he ieco else.
where, has given in his adhesion fur Brecken
and Lane; and will take the stump f, them.
PosrTasra A Uaas SrsrDsNson.--We
perceive by the New Orleans papers, that
through some misuaderstanding between Mr.
Mass.s and the Postmaster it neral, reiatave
to matters connected with the New )r:eans
Postoflice, Mr. M. has been superceded by an
agent sent on from Washington.
f'l))uring the storma of Fs .day last. a me.
teer of unusual sire appearted in Ith heavenrs,
in Ibervdle parish, and b.urt wath the r.port
of a twenty-four pounder.--1'eta.
This as the tirst we have heard of it, and If
a fact, we should lihke to bear further pattacu
l ers from thots Lho saw it. T'here twa no
storm iu this town on Friday the thb.
" If any people in the world ever needed
an apostle to cast their devils out, it is ours
who live in this water-logged country. The
Smiasmatic poison of our Swamps and Marsh
es become a veritable devil in the blood to re
vel in tire Agues and Fevers which shake and
scorch us all. Ayer's "AGes CLa" is said
to be the apostle we need, sad some of our
neighbors who have tried it, conirm the te
po~ t.-Journal, Planeo, Ill.
-At Rosedale, La., on the 9th iast.. in the
Church of the Nativity, by the Rev. John Phil.
son, HENRY R. SLACK, Esq, to Miss LOUIS.
IA Ns WOOLFOLK, all of the parish of ber
The happy pair, immediately after the cem
mony, departed ou a Northern tour to enjoy
the honey-moon sad the pleasures and sights
of that region. We wish them a happy and
-At North Bend, parish of St. Mary, Leuai
asa, on the 3d of July, JOHN DLOUNT, aged
mearly 13 months, son of Hon. J. B. Sad Adelaide
Werker la Tim. Copper, SlHeet
RESPECT 'ULLY infems the citizena of
Ibervalle and West Baton Rouge that he ha.
located himself permanently in Phquenmine, for
th. puarpose of earrying on the above businessu.
Ba a peactual sttention to all work entrusted to
him, sad execaItaIa it in a proper an'j workman
like manner, and at moderate rates, he trasts that
be will receive a portion of the pltronage oe our
citisons. tbop in the rear of the building own
ed by Emile Degelo, corner of Main and Levee
stretet s jy4-ly
HE FRAME BUILDING at pesent orcu
p by i u sea drug store. Paogaaion giv
b in saboot sx weekat.
jl14 ,"I'OIKLLY AND DELAVALLADL.
an a with nmber ol theI lt bleed
ed SADDLE AND MATC'H HORSES that w
ever broughlt to this marke. Tlh pnblhc is re
qasted to all and lstk at them. They will be
eod cheap for cab or od paer. t.ll at Baru
kers kMaiaaa s'aasb.
jyl4 B. I. BERRY.
At 10e rOI TJraUsd.
i**e *1 A. N D*ICE8.
jyI4 THEO. BLANCHARD,
uceas of te late Caj. Louts
the Heemable the Math Jd-le DTiurcCil
eof the lag of Leslela-s-
Neises 1As heeby geve - t al the esuedem ot
o him r to his Asaray. Rtodelphe reses--,
as u a peiblo e and to all the debto, of said
Jy4 JOstPe V. MLSL;MT
3. A. EART,
Apothecary, Chemist and Drug.
Corner Mafin and B1nk stri , s,
Bees leaS e to call :}. ' a',r,: l. ,,f
hi' htin.ds iand the t:.: i ki.'Ia; t,
S;I'wty %.Slect tid Stock
which he guarantees pure.
l'lhystltans' prescittions will recivepastL
lar atten'oit at all hours of the day or iight
The Patronage of the public 1. repec:ti;) a o.
Plaquemine. July 10, 1560.
I)A I \T, Oils, Varnishes, Brusthes,
Window Glass, Putty. &c., for save by
jyl4 R. A. KE.\RNY
TA'I'ION EItY ---Litt.r; 1., a:snl N-te
L. Paper; Euvelopes, ill Lkills; Blank Books,a
large assortment, for tale by
Jyl4 R A. KEARNY.
B RA \ DY-a vtDrv silp,,t i,,r article-
13 equal to any in the mak Lr. for Iale by
Jl4 /l A. KEA.RN.Y
SI- lIAMPAGNES - Eugtt,.. Cliqui.t
1 ei.llieck, Cliqut Pousardin--by the Lot
tie or biaskt, for sale by
y14 .l A. IKEAR.Y.
(11.ARE:T-Lafitt', L°-ville. ('hate-u+
l- argaux, &c., lorsale by
l4 Rt . A. KEARNY
O LD RE WHISKEY-Old Janmaica
" Rum, Anisette, Fine Cordials, &e. for sale
bt Il4l] t. A. KEARNY.
CIGARS--For t trse rqi'irig a fine
Cigar, I can offer inducements seldom met
with. lr sale by
Jyl4 R. A. KEARNY.
T Ol.CCO--isltloking and Chewaig,
_ several qualities. lur sale by
Jj 14 1. A. KL.ARN'
(~HINA W V k,-Vas..--a lamr,' va
Sliety, whic I will sell at and below cost
j14 at. A. ElALR\Y.
-A\CY GRO('ERIES- Sardir;es
S Rodel and w ellerox Brands: f)ysºers. Lob.
sters, Salmon: Loat C'rushed and Powdrre- I "u
gars, Preserves, Pickles, Almones, lraias, BUa
qlits. Ie., tor ale by
Jy14 R. A. KEARN1.
GARDEN SEIDS\--N,.w CUrtp--ev.
ery Variety-Turuip. Red Top, Arod Fiat
Dutch, for sale by
jyl4 R. A. KERNY.
Save ewr. Frit..
I WOULD call particular attention to a niew
Style of FkUIT-JAR, inl which the trouble
and ex se usually atteudalt on the putting iup
of Frul are .lesseed ols half-t-lhr, is a, scaling
-atil every jars. warran(ed air-tight. e
Jvi4 R. A. KEARNY.
ST'IATE OF LOU ISIANA--PAzsaRT oF
L Isr.anVLLE-GrtH JDICIAL. DIST. CocarT
Louisi Petit rs. F. P. Patureau--No. 1324.
By viitue of a writ of se zure aid sale issued
in the above entitled and siumhered cause. from
the Hon'ble. the alire_-id (tCuat soil to use di
rected. I ha.aesesize, and will osfer i.t ptubic sale
to lthe highiest and last bidder. on
SA Ti RJ)I,Y 4th if A UGIST next.
1860. at I1 o'clock. A. M., at the Clourt House of
this parish. in the town of Plaqu-minei, on 12
sonths' credit, without benAit of apprasement,.
all the rght, title. intere t and c:tim of the de.
liendant, F.. P Pasureau. in and to the lol:owing
described aid mortgaged property. to wit:
TWO (KERTAIN LA)TS Of GIOUND, or
Town Lois, situatid in the said parish of Iber.
ville in the town of Jaqueumln., one of which
sait lots measuring lay feet front on Main street
by nase bandre feet in depth. bounded
aide towards the Mississippi river, by a lot
belonging to Augustus Tialbot, Esq., on tte
site side by an alley dividing said lot frem'U
Coart-house lot. ands called -Alley of Themia."
and in the rear by the lot of ground hereinafter
described. The other of said lots measuring siz
ty feet front on Seminary street by one hundred
and llly-leer Ieet itn death-all these measure
aenta being Eaglish or American measure-this
last lot being bounded on thie aide towards the
Bayou Isquemine by lots belongyhl to August
-)urald, Augustus Talbot and the lot Arat above
described,. on the opposite side by a lot be
longing to the vendlor, Iouis Petit, and iu the
rear by T'hernis Alley. tolether with all the
Buildsugs, I ences. Imprvemellts andl Appurte
nances, now on said lots a·nd thereto belonling.
Terms of Sale
The parehasr wil te' required to foraish his
hmd with good and sulicenat joitt security psy
able in Itwelve mouths trom the day of sale, bear
ing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
hfrom date till paid Special mortgage to be re
taiedt on the property sold.
THEO. BLANCHARD, Sbheril.
July 14, 18e0.
Jeate de SAler.
F TAT DE LA LOU IIAAN E--PAROIssL
- o'Inaaaa.L--Coua DL 6ome Dialrscr.
Louis Petit ps. F. P. Patureau-- No. 1312.
. vcertu d'un writ de sisie et vente k moj
adread par P'Hon'ble-. a susdite Coor dana la
cauns ci.deses intitsile et numerotde, J'ai sai
sie ot J:'ezpoeerai en vente publique au plus ot
frMaI t e denmier eacheriaceur,
S'AMEDI kI 4 AO T prochain,
18M.& 10 heorer. A. M., i Ia maismon de Courde
cette proisse das la ville de Plsquemine, • 12
mois de credit at sans benefes d'dvalualioi, tous
Is droitt. litres, enterets et presentions de Ferdi
nand P. Peturesu, en et au propdtis ci-aprbs
dderilsa et bypothequdes. savoir:
DF.- X TEIRAINS OU LOTS DE TERRE
sittd dansa dite parosse ,Flberville dans la vlle
de Plaquemine--un de dits loass mesurant cin
q-ante pieb dte liace ar Ia rue du Maine ave.
uae priondeur de cent piesls, borne du c6td ver
le Buve par lot apportenant K A.'l' Talbot, de I'ae
tie esd per une al6, appele "Th6mis Alley," I*
divsast du lot de la maiboo de Coslr, et en arribre
par ls It ei-apsh derit. L'atare lot mesurant
sraents pieds de face ur la rme Seminary, aves
.me pro bndoakqe ent einqouate quatre pieds,
imnet Amerreiac. Ce dot lot et bora6 du e6tei
er Is Dayoe Plaquemia psr ots appartesat i
Anguuse Duruad. Augustus Talbet et le lot ei
desi peemieememt derit, de l,'are cedl per
es &lmt Lo 1auis Petit,a e ar urie per
T Ally, alusiq seses le ati~ Beqt.
ribmee, Am aliostis et Apptenaaes qui e
teen mar lee dita terruia et y apportiaemet.
Useqemsmr feerira see boe on obligaties
swereneies em salids payable dons dnae seois
de ~jeeL de Ia veele, portant ilel~t a raise de 8
paeeet par an et emurd per bypothlbque spe
cial ur Iles pupridtdo venue.
THEO. BLANCHARD, ShIrid'
34 L1Juillet, 1850.