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G1ZETI & 8BNTINIJl.
Our Campaign Paper. As the campaign bhas now coamce is earuMa, and as our paper will he devoted almost eaclusively a politics during the contest, we offer it till the 11th e NNtovember mest, at $1 the single copy, in advance. To Clubs, ordering five copies and upward, a de duction of ten per coat a ill be made. We at that I the various Clubs of lberville will come forward lib-I erally with their orders. We can y, we think without egotism, that the "Guazete t Sentinel" will compare favorably with say other interior campaign journal. ( gTOur friend Mr. J. H. BaLca, who is new em ployed taking the Census, is aothorised to receive subscriptions (either for the campaign or by the year) and to receive and receipt for all monies on account of the same. gC Mr. JAMES BARKER, who sete as oar t regular collector, has a number of long standing t bills for collection, which those interested wall oh lige as much by paying. There are among them r ,may which we hall be forced to proceed to the ast I extremity with if not ettled in a week or two-as j we must pay our own obligations. TaH MIssuVRI LgGISLITURs.---The re turns from the country, says the St. i ,Louis Bulletin, indicate that the friends of Mr. Breckinridge will have a major ity in the next General Assembly. There is no doubt that a sufficient nunmber fa- , vorable to the re-election of Senator a Green have beent rettrned to secure that gentlemran's triumnphant electi,,n next winter. This, of itself, is a suffi- R cient victory, and the result will bie f hailed with delight all over thie country n by the advocates of sound Constittu tional Democracy. THE (',S;RESSSio,,.t D)ELEGr.ATION. -The it A following are the Representatives elect ed to the next Congress from Missouri: First District, F. P. Blair, Jr., (L. R.;) t Second. James J. Rollins, (Pro-slavery I Oppositin ;) Third, John B. C('lark, (I).) a re-elected: Fourth, Elijah II. Norton, t ID. :) Fifth, John W. Reid. ()II. : Sixth. John S. Phelps, (I)..) re-elected : Sev enth, John W. Noell, (D.,) re-elected. V S' The Democracy of Mississippi fi have endorsed the ticket of Breckint- tl ridge and Lane with a degree of esnthls- ' siasm never before witnessel ii the t political contests of the State. TO THE PEOPLE OF 7'TIl 1 STATE OF LOUISLLV. . f The Delegates appoint.ed by the f State Convention of the D)em,cratic party, held at Baton Rouge o,n the t5tlh d of March last, to represent the I)emoo racy of Louisiana in the National Con- o vention at Charleston, deem it a duty r they owe to their constituents, and to r the people of Louisiana, so far as their interests may be affected by the action i: of said National Convention, to, give a hi clear and explicit statement of the rea- al sons which led to the formation of the Convention, which adopted a C,,nntitu- at tionl platform, and nominated John C. or Sreckinridge for President, and Joseph to lne for Vice President of the United ito States. The Convention of tihe 5th of oD, Ma eh unanimously adopted the follow- o \ ing declaration of principles, viz: WI "Usond, That the Territories of the ' ha aiteJd States belong to the several sy States as their common property, and twh S6t to the individual citizens thereof; that the Federal Constitution recog- en ises property in slaves, and, as suaeh, f ml the owner thereof is entitled to carry ho his slaves into any Territory in the fli United States, to hold them there as thm property, and in case the people of the ar, Territories, by inaction, unfriendly le- Pu gislation, or otherwise, should endanger Ucr the tenure of such property, or dis criminate against it by withholding ha that protection given to other species be of property in the Territories, it is the lhi duty of the General Government to re" interpose, by the active exertion of its fot Constitutional power, to secure the doi right of the slaveholder." This declaration being a clear and ty unambiguous statement of the equal ant aud Constitutional rights of all the loE States, especially securing the rights cr1 of the people pf Louisiana upon the I lift only really important question in the the esent political contest, your dele- ce gates regarded it in the light of posi- arr tve instructions, and felt bound to No iist upon a recognition of those prin- rii before going into a nomination dis candidate.. cn obedience to this high behest, the ho1 tion of Louisiana proceeded to twa ton, and, in conjunction with it teen Southern and two Pacific onl with large minorities from some for Northern States, they urged saf the Conveation the adoption of a tie upon- whieh all the States tine md with honor and safety, but mo by a factitious numesr *i. oty almoet exclusively fr opi SbPsesly Abolitionised, from vti - r- was not the remotest hope rinm reeetag an electoral vote for the for -eminees. Under thse cir- pair your Delegates cousidered of 1 b usrests of their eorstitaeaw,' his bfpir atialhmor, regquied Ibm9 t ho0 iw drw from the deliberations of let ; tion, and to refer their pre -_ to bhe power that had gro IthofeeuRonond! Ising at. · I le d.a b-S The Convention, however, upon as surances of a highly satisfactory char acter, and with the hope that a return ing sense of justice would induce the majority to reconsider their action at rely Charleston, instructed your Delegates lsy to proceed to the adjourned Convention ... at Baltimore to await its action, before d- taking those steps to vindicate the that honor and integrity of the party, which lib- might be forced ulon them as a last iek resort, but which was likely to result will in its partial disintegration. ismI How these reasonable hopes were dissipated, those assurances falsified, - and this forbearance disregarded by sire the Convention, has become recorded i history, and is patent to the world. The Convention at (Charleston comn palled us to retire from its delibera ..r tions solely on the ground of its refusal ling to recognizt the equality of the rights oa,- of the States in the common Territo m I riesC but the adjourned Convention at lest Baltimore added to this wrong the in justice of refusing admission to the representatives of the protesting States, against the clearest and most: re- unquestionable principles of right and i St. Democratic usage. ds The flagrant injustice done to Louis or- aian by refusing her regular delegates, and admitting thlose appoiuted by the re motley assemblage at Janaldsonu ille, fa- composed of the debris of all parties, tor and representing only a fraction of the ire State, needs no comment at our hands. ,n After this repudiation of principltes, so vital to the interests of the South, and thease acts of injustice had heeu be finally counsumnnated,. delegates from a i ry majority of the States, aind the l'resi tou- dent f the t',nvemnion, lion. Caleb, Cuslhing, were forced, fr1m ia sense of honr and of justice, to withdraw from 1 be its delilberations. ct- This resulted in the spontaneons as- 1 : seRntlage of the delegates from all the a SS4,uthern and the only Democratic States of the Union, in the Maryland ry Institute, in laltinore, which adopted .) a platform of principles, guaranteeing n. the elqual and constitutional rights of I Sall the States. ,inominated .,John C. 11 Iheckinridge. ,f Kentucky, and Joseph Lane, ,of O)regon, for President and d. Vice President of the Unitedt States names which, it is confidently believed, t pi from the- whole history of their lives, I n- their known ability, patriotism and i - integrity,. are entitled to the support of c every true Demnocrat and every lover of he the Constitution and the Union. t It is no1w proper to present to the a voters of Lo.uisian:a a correc:t statenment L of the present aspect of political af- t Sfairs: : I Thie nomination of Mr. Douglas by a p e fraction of the party, mostly from c Northern Alolitionized States; his declaration that "" no, matter what the I decision of the Supreme Court may be tl SI on that abstract question, still the right v I to mnake a slave territory or a free ter- a ' ritory is perfect and complete under the a ir Aebraska bill," and other declarations h m equally objectionable, showing, in the I t language of the eloquent Wise, that tl - his principles are only a "short cut to a a- all the ends of Black Republicanism," In e and the fact that with the largest lib- tl C erality in calculatiaon, he is not likely 1 oi h to receive the electoral vote of a soli- 1 ol tary State, places the canaidature of tl Douglas and Johnson out of the pale of serious consideration. Moreover, di whatever claim Mr. Douglas might have !b e had on the Democracy, or whatever tl a sympathy may have been felt for him, fc d we think has been entirely forfeited by ye - the recent acts of his immediate adher- ri ents in other States, when in the most S meager minority they have refused all ihonorable overtures, with the patriotic men of other parties, for a union against the common enemy-showing that they are solely animated with a ackless ca purpose of ruling or ruining the D)emo r cratic party. . Further, it being conceded on all Si hands that in this State Mr. DoQglaI, being in a hopeless minority, therefore ehis support by a Democrat can only be regarded as furnishing "aid and com- s Sfort to the enemy," and a wanton ban- th donment of the Democratic party. The divisions of the Democratic pa I ty have inspired some activity for BT I and Everett with a portion of the life- gl a long and ancient enemies of the Demo a cratic party, galvanised into tempoery a u life, more from hereditary hostility p than from any reasonable hope of .nc cers, or belief that their support will arrest the rapid encroachments of a Northern fanaticism, or avert the ter rifle Int fearfully impending ills of ath a dismembered Republic and of inters. e cine strife. There is but the feeblest Shope that this ticket might carry one u two States, and the effect of supportim th it is, consequently, in this hour of pe, po :only to weaken, by division, the mord Sforces of the South, and desto th. at I safety to our most cherished instit- de Stions, which would be found in an es. Stire unity for the defense of our coma Smon honor and our common interests. in Without quoting from the expressed cli opinions of Mr. Bell, on questions of tic vital impoetaes to the South, or refer ring to the vage and unmeaning plat form contaiming no distinct avowal of pinciples, upon which he is running, or of going into a critical examination of to his political antegedents-which it be' tn hooves every Southern citizen to do- a let it sulllee us, on this occasion, to cr present a candid stateu.~an l t.in, grounds on which -hi eection to the M Presied st o prli.d~sad. it-will u be boyso y his moet sangumeaup. ptrrs, that be hasu not the remotest p ch of being elected by the , I', .an his s mlisi a is that the g dto may go to the United Stems ouse of Repqhstatlves. JItip tai as- event, from what quarter can he rea ar- sonably look for support? The few ru- adherents of Douglas could render it, the efficient aid, and from the true l)enolw at racy no support whatever could e tes expected, for the reason that while the ion dictates of ipatriitismt wo,ulhl iiilm'.: )re them to a choice oaf tie lea.st evils, Ihe vote fer HBell, they waoull hIe dcliv a tt, ich no such alternativ., as the c',la.nstitutiu at happily pr, vid.s that i, tha. event of ult failure of an t.lectirn iv thle lHouse, the duty of nal ,tin g a 1'5." .1lagis ,re trate devolve.- ,i" ,a aii . I aiite:l States t d, Senate---at this ,:,.!.e,,:t a c omarvatit by and Detuc.ratic h~, Iv,. ed It is therel ar aclu<ive anal Ie yond cavil, tha: t h; ,Iv p, -oilh I ,tpe m- for the .:l. cti,:a e' Mr. It H1 is s .ilv ra" frem the friends ,f Lin'.,,in, the swo,,ral ial enemies of the ýSoth --the , ad divl,-, its tees of the li .ly :, ,un',',neUt ,f to- tne "' irret,resaible ca, ,ll: [ t ' a td f a at "higher :aw " tatl tie. t' .' -ti tion ,t f in- our coauitiv. I',l aly Itri N athar he man Colr: icralt :nlv I ive his u.Uli,,rt ig to such a ticket. :ithl alla': 'e t,,spte't , rat anld such ilevit,t! I. tc q,.1 ,'liae .,: nd In short, tita li i-- a le.fore tit people of L.,ia iaa t ias t rt. r :trvatiol is- of her tquality as a v:, ve,\ l.;i t State ,f s, this great cn . altdaa, v, tha . tectian he of the irstituti,,o oaf .a. ..ry :ta it :x tI, isats uls ler oaar t'.,an titlti.n,a with all its s, oJncomlitaat bl .,-:j:' s the b st 1. . ,he blh conditi,,ca ftr an,- A frica t,, aa nl aa lI. institution whicth xl,,.riat'la.c a -.'la tie s, dayai ",f t' l" a Il'ia, al ix ste ..t'c t i t . I, present time has -tia tit, I. i, i fr au ;ht eu , with ineal , iula b,- hr.arit its Ipr, a ducts hafte ie-a fr -. i_ tl a .i evr - ti- se.a, giveni tiajalmXh l ` l ht ti ti u a. tl-, ia .h IianeV l.ud-, built illp aities, twrt.ns tail of villages, e'tein lIe the ha t is ot 4 t rits- 1 Ix tian i ivili.atii. ant iH a t. , r , fA tie, tro n ul ri tl, t os ,,f i i t't lntrel'. a ' , 1a1li t fa l - a as- tur's, art in-, n ril t l ig'ia. I,,,, ltsl !e 'ldi-stin t.li, at c lat,,r ilr ti.e Sluther ic States ha s a bhiterateal a t! a I- "r S,, ial d distinctions, , pla -in_ aI1 whitf e lts tn ,. d whether -i.. i or p r. I ti. I a t trar [I ag equality- prodlar'a n a 'easl-e appt,:aich-i of to social d.eia raeV tia txi.S else le C. where upon tih- Lt'.- ,f ti' earth,. h It has develop".,l in her s,,ns great ad individuality andai st r. _tha of ch:arAc ter, andt their iiil'aclclrntl' alik.e i ci, th forum and aon the :it ;l. have cshed sluster on the A\ raacari ii lrlamc, Willerevel Id our country has re,,uire.l tht: stateSmzanal f or the soldier. Af Ipon the proservatiaon of this iusti tution initact unrder the i C'listittilon, ie depends our political exil.ten'ce as a it State and nation ; and our obligattiojn r f- to poait our taIllow-ciiizens of l /uis iana to the iatpenading tlancr of the a present political crisis, ri.ses alb-ve all - a cmnsiderations of pla:rty. s Upon those who ha-ve str ...l lvy the SDemocratic party i;a acl its g1i riuc ur e triumphs, and its otcasional dafeats- t who have hiel do to Iprin'ipl thrauh evil ti rand through good report-we etnjoin toa stand firm in this haur If pteril. Ve s hayve the most cheering; h,:lpes that ,ur e worthy candidatta will i. ch,.n bi aI t the Electoral C' llege,. The lpatriotic < . and reflecting are wakial up 1, to he Smomentous con.sequences inva',lva.al in Sthe present contest, and t.he pturposes Sl of a ruthless fanaticism may vet be - stayed by the constitutional action of f th.: people. If, however, in this y. an are t, be be disappointed, let your waraing; voice be heard, let your hands he giuihtlt.s of r the fearful evils which are likely to follow. Be true to yourselves, to your principles, to your con-,titutiaonaal ir rights, and to your sister State-s of the t South. I F. 1. II.ATCI, R. A. IIUNTI'EI;, EMILE LAtll;lE, r R. TAYI.)lR, Commitiec on the part of the Louisiana Dele. gatmio at Charleston and Baltimore. F Published by order of the Democratic State Central Comimnittee. WW. . KING, President pro. ecm. ir gs.--With a great flourishl of trumpets a the Douglasites lately put forth an elec toralr ticket in Tennessee. Fraun ourI Tennessee exchanges we are enahled to - glean the following items. The Knoxville Register, of the 9th says : We are authorized to state that Capt. John J. Reese declines accepting the sppointment of electoral candidate for the Second Congressional )District on th the Dougluas ticket. He also declines serving on the Executivo Committee for Douglasu. We hive s rumor from Cannon county that H. J. St. John, Esq., who was ap pointed Dougluas elector for tihe Fifth Congressional Distriet, made a speech at Woodbury on Monday, in which he declined to accept the position. 1. A gentleman who lives in Jackson va county was in our office yesterday, and Or informed us that Mr. Oalbreath had de clined the electorship on the Douglas ticket for the Fourth District--,Nasrile Msar-VILL, August 12, 1860. Dear Adsess--I drop you a few lines to give you a short detail of our meet ing, which came off yesterday, the 1lth , last. It was attended by a very large crowd. A few Bell and Everett men - ld hae hsu a seen by a close look. aiar. m ]Hatu r sad Hardy aade very good aad stro~r speeches, wlich I am certain will produce a very pod elect on the voters of AvoyeIhs. 3 Mr. BHardy spoke in French, which ge usatisfaction, two-thirds of the at teaduts belag Creoles. We are cer tais nr thet old Avoye7lleshwIll roll up A a-in 'November next the largest Demo wi cratic vote ever witnessed here. no Yours truly, E. E. C. 1.- [Adroc<ate. ie &a- Tihe Mta.tg~,nery Advertiser ,We olld till ,ur paper every day Sith rw s,.pt a.~n fr,,mn every l,,rtin of Al .ti1 .\ taat to the; nminiatitns of Breck a1" id a, 1 a Iid l.t:u.. Th1 lCmicracv in a, ittitunty hIls hlaaitateal in t'atil ving I" ht ti k t, r wvill fall to work ardu a ,lusly f',i its u ,lkrt till Novamb.lr. EI vtr waik we h'ar of ac't'ssiu.s to n; lt . t'.llrks fl'r nl I ,' ll ll ad l itio andf At' uf wht havr ,,'an ut ,lwt for " tat' [,q. u- LI ,; a\ oa1,it ltl ..'·t . dl d ,Jl . ±li ,f ! Eniasria, -h Nug ar Kettles. a WRtiOUGHT AND CAsI' IRON. From t e 11'uorks t Messrs. R. & J. RANKIN I 1. 1a.ivirr1l..) it T ra nn!ert.:ined. le Agen,,ts in New Or , I I han, furoer ths. Br ebrat. KIi ['ILE. has I constantly ol h.andI a i iteh and comrplete astrit I IIIat of butl I'lOIl' ht ajad ('aat Iron Kettlles, which t!ay tile lr ale. t1.. lii IIZA PRI)I c Ci). a gl 1 itt n ., Ili.n l e i at.. New I)i'rain. i ,Sare your Fruit. - A NE\ sp.ply of Fruit .ila just receied i evry .Jar warraut.lv alr talght-.-nt seaSituia I requltred. al .dI bt t delem at ut !. 1 r \. r t ARNY'.', S augll orner o~ Mtin aa!u, Blink sI IRhine I"'ine. i lhi. unthrs tnal td ,ll say to his " I afriends and to the p!ubIc gener.tll that S lhe lds jst I'et, 1tied a new sl..lyt ot lb tailt ani d r.t L laaae \'aiae. tl d quality truthc Iapi I ilerl or to that recene iet t ai . The pubiac imay rely ,.pon i his i.. te rez, tl tr. ue it amt, ac tual juiace .,I tra.i rap . an it canei frou the l le I ar , onit tLe lti.aue. tai I al :aV at i- agll (;ABRIEL BIEuILER t SAEstrtray. Taken up ona the left side of the " j rier, a BAY IILI.Y. twoor three i'years old . a, i l high. bra.tndedl I S a1t ertel-tanaae aind tail black. I I ,e owner of the -aid animal Ian have the Fade by plotoig puoperty awli paving charges, otherw,-e sl.,: w:ll bee so ll O lay the 107th t day f Septr,-er next. 10",,, at 0l'o'chock A. 1I.. at the resdI c, ee ,it i. Towles Terms, Scash. .~.I)LI.i IIBI: tFFBFRr'. J. P. d £pare. Arrt( star le eate gauche du t i fleace une PIOULICHE BAl. agdee de 2 oil 3 arls. 14 tmails de hauteur, sanlprle A 8 renveraces, ea cri alitre e! qlueue sunt noires. e S Le propraetaare du dat aaanal pout lobtenir eu V a prouvent son dr,0it de proprieti. Sinola elie re ra sendue LUNDI le lueme our de jour de Septembre u prochain. Al 10 beures A. t.. LI60, i Isa residence v de Mr. Towles. pour du comptant. 1' augll ADIOLPklh ; IiLtBERT, J. de P. .flag to Coffee-Hease. ( PIaquemine Street. . ' 'lte undaersged Laving opened the above es taash meaat on Plaquemine street, opposite P the Market house, trusts h.at has friends and the L public will continue the patronage they have so 0 liberally bestowed heretoaure. He will always C Court House xchange. ti S a.avict I".aovy. P IH AVING purchased out the interest of his !, L partner. will continue to carry on the I business at the old tland, where he will always t have Good Liquor, t, and Fine Later. Thankful for past patronage, he trusts to re. ceine a caintinuai,ce of the same from hIs old friends and the public , general. jy2l New Crop.. iGrowtL of 160).. New Crop. Turnip and Cabbage Seed, J7UST RECEIVED at I J!s.3 TOCKI.EL &d DELFAVA. l.AD S.igents IWanted. Fifty Dollars a llunth, and all Erp'aes paid. I N active Agrl is wanrlred in ver (nCounty in the tr tinted .%it¢ ae d Cuana '. ih noh¢ii ordert mlad alirodace oar .New a tlallailal Ilitblet I lread $'-0 Sewi'lg ,lt'hbil. ~Wlalrr l equ'il to ally llltah prireld nmaiialn. Practihal far cyrv fTusila, wlaih t, mtken' it tIl€e etifiaept and mleiet liallulr machine in o0 a eajatence. A hinadilia nulant-r tat reiponetihle Agears are wantel, til travel and .aolicit order. lay ~$ailel, ai a alat. o" 4 )u perIr illainth and eaienses. Businessa l'Crlnaeuit. Addrelas, with llalitp, for Ondilions aIud ansiruelions, J. W. HARRI, Shoe aid Lather EachLage,. jy28-2m Hiotoo, Mam. ) MULES! 1YIULES ! My friends in Iberill andi elsewhere are informed that I wall be in Plaqltemine in a few da) s, with ti 200 of the dost ~ules that ever left Keetueky. d aug4 HENRY E. MOORE. , J.at Beeeitwed, bbl. Arst quality Whiskey. I bb common do. 10 1allons No. 1 Rrendy. Alo, a lot of spleldid lavina Cilsas. jy it. A. ORILLION. ASSORTED SYRUPS. Lemoa, Strawberry, Banana Pine Apple. Vanilla, Raspberry, Orange, Rose, Orgeat, Groseille Ginger, Natural. jO I'SOKLEY. & DELAVALLAD rAeos soon, BOOT AND SHOIENAKEE. Successor to Joseph Fisher. as Will keep constantly on hand, a choice and well seleeted stock of Ms tterial, sad manufaeture to order, Boots and Shoer, sad warrant his own wok equal to the bhst. All onlers left at his shop o Bankl sret, will reeeive prompt atteties. Plwaqemine, Janary 21, ioN. ly th re Stesrt's a Remed CJYBIBS J TUST RECEIVED, by steamship Cahewba, J a FINE SUPPLY of the abeve CADIES jea WTOCKLEY & DELAVALLADL. rwmm d Smite, r S, uy it. ****** A' . r m.*** EPPI r cil, ) o- Scessmon Sale. 1 TATE 01' Lo 1,U I NXA---PAtRIS oF k Iberville-6th Judicial Dist. Court. B.Y virtue, of an order or decree to ill dci rected by the Illinorable the Sixth Distri-t Court of the- State of Louisiana, il and for the Pari;h of Il,,rville, bearing dlate the 9th y of Augut, 186tu, I will otter at publ.c a:e, i1 to the highest and last bidder, - On J1n,l,aty, 10th Spt,, niber, ISti0, n at 11 o'clock, A. , on the iremn;ses, the . foilowing described property, beiuogin to Sthe" r. ,'In .. e,: ,f "Tman Jffs;.,n Iije.r. ) '.I , .)4 ,, II and to the comlOrunity w hich xistedl b twreen r ea:d 1 "'ea ted al hi.s strv vilng wIlow, ,tis.. - EuO hentle l'bht'Iver t, to ait: A QUAN'IITY ,i' M',\E.\fI.E I Prt PEITFLY, a Ilul desaripton of which wr:it be giCve in the day of sale. A CEiIT.AIN TRACT OF L \NI, situal .l in the Haven tirose.'Thte, andl hav; g a front of tine arpent, and a depth of forty nine acres, boutlnded above by land of L.eon I 'len, vert, below by land of Pierre Ihlaeaux an.I the laiou Grose-'-T'te, in front ,i laid of \Mrs.. AI. iUussne, wle of Louis Marti a, and iack he the Grand Hayou, with the ,mprove ien l ts thereon, cunsletig of a daclnag-hou.src, corl,-rib anid fence. The whole of the a)bov, property, with the exctlpte""i of one arplett front on the iiavnu tlo..-T[tie, aby twto a peuts i depth, will be sol,1 on the fuolu wig Itlla anud couir. ti, s, to wait (luee [tirth of the price of adjit'a!ietion payab: casli, on the day of sale, anid the balance, "nII half payal e rione tear, atnd the other half two e'ats alter the day of sale the put chiastr to fulrnish I,,s alues for the I credit tetusF, piyable to the order of the t T:itr.x, at the n-fece i f the IRecorder of the P'arish if Ilb(rvi!le, and it not pail at tmahiti rity, to bear i:ntererst at the rat: i I N her 'e,it. :,er annrllt from time due until pa,d-special mortgage to be retaiitd on the lal-l, to stcure the pas unent of said notes and all Interest that uay accrue thereon. T'HIIEO. BLANCIIARD, Sherr. Au,:ust lI,, 15ti0 ug I1 Ientle de Suecession. `['TAT IIE LA LOt'lI.\NE- -P'.s:, d'Iberville-Cour du 6eme District. En vertl d'un ordre ou decret a Iril adres sit par I'llhn. la Fsu-dite cour, en datte le 9 id'.\out liil, J'exposerai en vente puablique au plus ofirahat t derlner enchertrseur, LL' NIi LE to10 E'TE.MBIE, 18(60, i 11 heures A. M., sur lea lieux le proprie tea ci-apres dccrites appartenaut . Ia Succst sion d- feu 'l'huttas Jefferson et " la commuttante exastait entre lui et as veuve Euphenie t'henevert, savirr: UNE Q(UANTITE DE MOBILIER, dont une description aera dounee Ie jour de la vente. UN CERTAIN MORCEAI' DE TERRE, situe sur le Bayou (irosse Tete, syatnt un arpent de face avec une profondeur de qua rante neuf acres, borni- en hauL par terre de Leon Chelnvert, en hba par terre de Pierre Badcaux et le Bayou Gro.se Tete, et en avant par terre de Madame hM. Bossih. femme de Louis Martin, et en arriare par le Grand Bay- a ou, avec les ameliorations qui a'y trouvent, consistant en une umason de residence, mag- i asin 3 mais, el Its barrerres. Toutes les propri-tes ci-dessus decrites. excepte un arpent de terre de face aur it Bayou Grosse Tete, avec deux arpents de pro fondeur, sero:it vendues aux termea et condi lions uuivants, savour: Un qualt du prix d'adjudicetion payable comptant le jour de la tente, et la balance payable, la mnitie dane un et deux ana du jour de Isa ente. I.'acquereur fournira sea billets pour lea tertues de ectdit, payable A I'ordre de Is tu trice, au bureau du Recorder de Ia parosaee d'lberville, portnatt interet a 8 pour cent apses echeance .t assure par lypolthque speciale sur let propri, tel vendues. TIIEO. BLANCHARD, Sherif. t lie 10 Aout, 18610. aug11 State if LoisianLa--IUl risk of lberrille tth J.udwrial Diestrij Ct urt. In the Estatte of Lemuel J. Beck, dec'd. THERE AS: Zulma Marionueautx. in her I l capacity of natural tutrix of her minor child, has this day tiled in the Clerk's office oI this court her tableaux of admnisatration and dis trabutiou it the estate of Lemuel J. Beck. dea'd. Notice is hereby givehm to all whomn it may concern to show eause within thirty day fromu the date of the publhcatioa hereof. why the said tableau of administration should not he homol- ( ogated and made the judgment of this court. 1 Clerk', office, Auar. 4th, 1860. 1 augll hi. A. LSTEVAN, Clerk. A Eta dela Lotsiase-'Paroissed'lberrille Cour do 6eme DistriC Judiciaire. Dans Ia Sttccessiont de fue Lemuel J. p Beck. ATTENDU, qui Zolma Ilarionsmeu, as a 1. capeacitd dtie tutria naturelle de son enantt mineure a ce jour depoirs dana le hureau du Greffier de cette cour, son tableau d'admiuitra tion et distribution de Ia succession de feu Lem aI J. Beck. Avis eat par Ie present demad h toux eccs que celt conceree de deduire ou trote jours de la date de ce presest lea raisons your leaqaelle le dit tableau d'administratlo me aerait pie homo logu( et fait le jugemeat de cette cour. F Bureau du Gremer, Aug. 4, IS. F ugtil M. A. ESTEVAI, Greer. F 1Wottoe. Succession of the late CAsnLu Lout s lAssar. F W HEREAS: Jo~eph Volsy dhert, seiding i e in the parish of Ibeorville, ha been ap pointed adtinmastrator of the said succeeio, by the Honorable the Sixth Judicial District Court P of the State of Louisiana- ca Notice is hereby given to all the creditors of said succession to present their accounts or claims to hima or to his Attarney, £odolphe Romseep a as soon as posaible; and to ell the debtoesef saidpr .suesseion to sutle their secounts immedliately. - jyl4 JOSEPH V. HLBERT. P1 ;r LICe . t-he_ pubh, that they hare made orranlments to receiver oncea wk a ea rpply of Vawheous Kla el Flub, which will be rendy fbr delivery totheir patems WIew Orleass ut lgs. They trust that their tatisled dispeeitie to aetemmodatee the public in the way of lee set its lueria, will aarure the e#tiumees at thea me e whic khas bees libely reteeded yl7-tf VEUSIKE I DUWt'CLIT. } ME N ORLEJXS $D5YM. i N 1 ZW OIL3A1W3 -AT- t'. N. MOODY'S it O " SHIRTS. )* o fI Su : Ileavyv Under Shirts, C for $1 50 Heavy Drawers, - - - G for 2 .0 Heauvy Enl:hh SocksL. 6 for 1 4o Mhort ('ollars - - - 10 for 311 Siue Blatk Silk Cravats. 40 cts a pieces, a, I uevery article ltur genltlemenl'a toilet esptaly cheap. - Shirts made to order in every style. Dirre Stions for self nmasuurenent selnt by post. SN. MOODY '-NEAGLE & C'ARPENTER, e FiRNITURE WAREROOMS. ;Ros. 3, 35 & 3Y Royal street, (New Numbers, 27, 29 & 31,1 New Orleans. w. NMc US ... .J. c. CArPmrTa. a Late of Jackson, 3186s ti NIAGLE & CARPENTER, Chair, Furniture and Feather l n arerooms, Nos. 33, 35, and 37 ROYAL STREET, N. O. Entrance 37, Royal street. FEATHERS, LOOKIVG GLASSES. e i.rncirs, Side Boards, Secretaries, Ea critores, Bureaus, Wahstauda, C nsoles, Bcdsteads, SLounges, Cribs, Ex. Tables, Work Tables, Hat I Racrks, Piato Stool,, Sofas, Divans, Easy Chairs, Etagres. tRoewoed, Waogl asu ad Wallnut PIrlo etA,--in Hair Cloth, BRcatel, etc. SMahogany, Wa'lnt, Rosetood and Oat (I mber r2s---every style ; Chairs, in endless variety, T ooTrHER WITH VERY VARIvrT IN Te FvR The Country Trade is especially invited to cal and examine our extensive stock, before pur chasing elsewhere. ap21-ly NEAGLE & CARPENTER Sh ARPER'S WEEKLY. A FIRST-CI.A s IItSTRATEl D PAPEL The Bu t and Cheapest .ahily ewspapser In thee Wrt Five Cents a Number. 2 50 a Year TIRSi Or lAlSPE'Sl IWSLT. (ee Copy for Twenty WeeksL.......$I 00 One Copy for Oeau ear ............ S Oon Copy for Two Year............. 4 00 Five Copiee for Oe Year........... 9 00 Twelve Copies for One Year......... 2 00 Trwety-.ve Copie for One Year.....40 00 An Extra Copy rill he allured for reery C'sb g TwILVzer Twllltl-FIT aleeasceilas. Hrper's MagaYzine aid Harper'I Weeky, tgte ther, one year, $4 00. Tesams rol AoVs tessae-Fi7y Cnfs * iAr. A Liberal Discout will be made to those wishin to Advertliw for three Manths or more. HAiPE , A aLOTHas. Puhakers, Fraekhn dgrt., New Tert. SEvery Number of H aa er's Msea sls oSesiea from :0 to 50 pagre-e-d from ooe third to oe half--mus readig tban any other in the cos try HARPER, NEW MOWTNIN MAGA INe. OTe Copy utr One Year............i...... M Two Colpiee forOne Year....... ....60... 0 Three or me Copies ftr One Year (cho...k o0 And as Ex~tr C *py, ratli, for ery Ch M f Ta Haran's Waatte and Hlarsn's Maoellsa, to lther, uoe year, $4 00. The Posige upul "Herper'e M.raies, mlethe paid at the Odce wahr, it is reedeed. Th Pase Thirty-sis Ords a year. HARPER & BRO'HER' , PbiELrY. Preelio equmr. , New Yeak. Of SlaIekwood sae the Y . r TERMS: Fur amy of the four Reviews................ $30e TFor ny twoy -tbe four Review r......... ....5 00 For any three of Lthe folr drviews ............7 00 For allfour of tih Reviews..................8 00 For I$ackweood'T Mwagsme.................. i m Fopr Blnkwood and one Re rWw..............5 00 For Blaekwood and two Reviews............7 I0 For H olkwooad tO.ree r /erie s ............a Li For BIakwood and the four Revwiew........1 OO Aoer crrnlst is tl 8ltare wme itots will Ih nAreived t per. CLWWH*IIO . A diseent of 'twety*vle per o0s. fIeto t hI ebe pries will be alowed IO Clee *redeuias S r w Tr.* copies of tu er o Hmets thn above woai. Ths ;--Feer ospire of Blk eewod, or of eoe Re view, rill bi see to ** addr for $9-four ei of rbe Courillew sd Blackwood lor $I, asdl s fm. Jia, t0u ge.bo.ld elwys he addrled to toe proprietor. LeCONARD Oe OTr & CO, WA1D. WRIAP, EAnate xtr Dec.rrtise of FwerS2mf Work. M AD. DUGAND prst her eempiness ** Iae ladies o" Ibeodill, aniers them lib The eeaseu po Plaier'a, an gmis . paI !d r oec pOtie we PANCy DRIbtP MA KINh, ir. ,e., Cet emar .* twees o, the liberalt petrieaee is~Irks mqae, New Yire. IMr sekued for the ee is abs hsee at dhe Ie enmOf Beak nd Pipkie esma tohmery ear pied by Mr. em. Dir. j W n twecite every w..k......5O Or anen ad fotre lehor ro ... .. oro shrvw .....z. . o.