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tMI1BET & 81fBTIN
Pablislbd wvary Satarday Iby
W. P. BRADBURN.
sBtCll IrOM--Thrce I)elltar and ifty cents Ier an
.sU, f paid in advance; rive Dollars per annum, if not
i ad io advance.
aItt.l.E COPIES-Tea Cents
.,The Cuastlltatil ad the Equality
45l heate--these are She Lsylbeolsa ewv
.r'iatmig 'also P'--sP.CKINRIS t: t
NATIONAL DEMOORATIO TICKET.
JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE,
FOr I cttr-Preuv.
GEN. JO. LANE,
1 It !'IeeWral Distrrct.-Judge OCI'AV" ROU-4[J
.~EAU', Elector-PIERRE LAt.U 'FT , Jul,-ElIc- 1
.t d istrict--BERNARI) AVEGNO, Elector-
:. I. . ANCY, SulI-Elelnnr.
.1 I'tistrid-TRA$lM()NI) LANI)RY, Elector
--F.. . UOODE, Sub-Elector.
4th Distrirt-R. B. SIMiIEs, Elector-JL'LES
.a Distri--JULES (. OLIVIER, E-ctior-J.
K. 1:1 GEE. JSub-Elector.
;Ik District-W. .. I.EVY, E:rctor-W. R.
1 E. k. Sub-Elector.
D oluncratic Plmtform.
Pr-etdrd, l'iat the platforllle doptd by the I)e
S ' ilt;c party at lnclunatt be althruldd au tilie
I. ia ,ing reolntions :
I. lreaored, 'lhau the gateruaent of a Territory, I
e"z , by ola act of .nlgt*rlss i phlotlswo auaUnd
: pwirtary, anot dari;+C its esilen, n1 ll ttip, '.1
' it ' tia drtese have, an olelqal rtlell to etrlll a I i
I Jr rsWrliny Ir l'aerrtury witlht their reltL,
*. :h r .1 pialon or prup.rty, Iwiug d.e*iroyed or Iu-.
Sby (onreesaiutual or lerrilorial IrgiCl.t,,n.
" tcedu, TIChat it in itee duly at the Feei.ral
:,10 ;01 n all It e deIporlsntell ll to pltuarcl, hel I
re'sdlary, the riglltasol pesons .at prlwryi ian ith. I
l :lrrterar sand alerrver r-Ie it* C.o titutioal-tlu
e. r est red That when aetU;:s in a 'retritu ,
ite l< an ale lilte ipulot.,lit to i4ts,. a yle1ts I l.
eliulllle, the rt ht/ Ot eoveretlgtl colan'Ce, end
t, 1o-g c:Osltqmmtitied by ait adammIrio uieo ti lt -
Ss, they tloand it a t equal ;taeing watt Iic. Iropli
t I uilier tale., and that a btle thus irguneird1
ought to be aduntted into the Federal laiuon, ae
the.r ils cu nitution prohibia or reclLO ates lilr it
ltutitn of slavery.
4. Reualesd. That the Denmscratic prlty are it.
favor of the acquisitiom of Cuba ot suach ternis te
.-.,!! be honorable to ourselves madjusts to Spasn,. at
the earliest practicable houmet.
5. Reaie.d, 'rTht the enactments of mate I.e.
,~i.laturess Io ull at the aithfutrle-lettun f the Fll
;';v'e ilave law are hsltile in chae tr tot h aa n I sub
vert ire of the 'otlitnuton anti revItoiuonerts in their
ti. Reaslnad, That the Dlemocrac, of the United
tiiseea racognise at as aln imoperraive duly of this
(t eemeaqant a pretet asturalised ctisan. in all
their rights, wheiker at bkane r in fimleg lands, lee
the smaenzseat aIn naiive-born ciltiens.
And whereas. Oaf e greates necessitie.'of the
age, in a political, camiercial, postal and military
point of view, Ina speedy cemanmincsion beltwar
t',e Panic and Atlaec otaar; theretor, be it
7. RssJlled, Tbnl the National Iemncratiec panrt
del hanby pledge thmaselves to er every manss its
t'eir power to rcrns the passage of somena bill ic the I
exat lof tkhoeeoarutional authority of (:Cogrea
for the scartes e of a Pucifi. Reslroel, from ithe
Mi"s.i"ppi River to the Pacife O(ean, at the earlie t
prestsMe a om sent
- "The Coantitation and the EquIsey of the stlate a
iThen are symbols of eterlntiag aanon . te the e be the ti
rels) ia criae of the pekple." (J. C. Ire lure.
"Inlsmd of breakeng ap the U oa., we istead to
strengthle and to gthbee it. (J. C. Breekenridge.
We know a seation as desttmet from the other we
anow abe Coaatitattea and the States nader at, aad thent
rgi ss as glaraaneeI nlder that iatramet."
statmar Septembnker 1336
NOTICE.-Mr. P. E. JENNING.- will art u
Alari at the Poateie& Iur aay dk.eription ol basi
mneasseaetd wkh thi paper.
No Har''Fo Il.-Some of the adver.
tisements of our patrokns are again laid
over this week. There's no help for it
under the circumstnces-but they are
the gainer. iu the end.
Ig. The legthy monitioln in today's
paper, comnig in at a late hlur in the
week-the French of which devolved
upon us to perforni-laa not only con
ulderably up set our usual style of get
tiag p what we consider' readable
paper under amy circ stances but it
has iaboed ilao pi, for wat of a means
of fruitso, several brilliant political
ideas, rearned by the rapidly advancing
popularity of oar nominees, but which,
through the necessity of mechanical
over intlleetual action, in an hour of
need, are lost we fear to our readers and
to the world I They will, however, on
doubiedy survive so cruela misfortune.
PaUeA. --Senator H-amnond, of
South Caroliam , who has been much lIa
died ifor his generally conservative opi
nions, has written a ietter, in which he
comes mamully to the rsupport of Breck
5orid .e and Lane.
ISee adveisrtIomeet of second haad e.k.
lse s ,ci, pp, *f'lxcS' A,, for l-y.-pric
THE BAY ISLAND S.
A few days since we accidentally got into gi
conversation with an intelligent gentlemen, gr
who resides at Rustan, who had but re- at
ceotly arrived from there, and who expect- of
ed to return in a few days. From him:
we learnt much that was new and interesting
to us relative to those islands, and think that m,
it will be equally so to our readers; but we \V
shall fall far short of the glowing and enthu- It
siastic style in which it was communicated to de
us, and will also necessarily disreemember ii
much of the detail that served so much to en- 1,
rich his description.
The Bay Islands lie in the Carribean Sea,
in what is termed the Bay of llonduras, par
allel to and in sight of the Central American V
State of that name, by which they are cladim.
ed. They are six in number, lyin.g li,: to"
gether, of which Ruatan is th!e lage.-. t'ul. rC i
lectively they compose an area as large as the ni
State of Tennessee, and of an exterior similar w
to that State, though It; mountains are h:gh.- .
er-the highest peak being sonme 1i;t,00i feet. in
The so;l is extremely rich-equally so on the t
side of the mounts,ns, as in the rolling high
lands and valleys. You can tind alny climate
you pilease to sett'e il.-an eternal Spring, if
you like, in the low lands, where the crops th
are ever germing and maturing; or ascending
higher, will experience almost any description
of climate, except the mtnst frigid. Pi
Thuose Ilands, our in,firtnlant asserts, are
evidently of volcanic oriln, htrou the vertical th
sh.ape of the rocks. Th y have been uninha. fr
ited until within the last three or four years,
and but three or foir hlundred persons now on
Ruatan, consequently agriculture can scarcely
be said to have commtnenced. Fru.t of ever d
description peculiar to the tropics have thus re
far been the main attraction, and they grow
in the greatest pet ft on uld abundance, and ha
everything with scarcely any cult.vation.- ag
Hligher up, peaches, apples, &c., and other '
fru ts and p'ant, p eu: iir to the Middle States,
thrive equally a; el. Tobacco Ias been pro.
duced in quanutty and qulhity never before di
kriow. W1,th the exccpi,on of Irish potatoes, .
all the known vevgtal!es are produced abhun th
dantly. The s5ret potatoe. Cncuner, celery, an
s,;uh, water.melonns, grow to enormous :ze. th
('uttie and cocoa ase ii d!denolus to the soil.
Our informant had seen sugar cane thirty feet
in lengtih, larg. r ,ound than a nail's artm, and we
full of the t irch~et ar' heartine matter; it would Ti
trail along the ginrunil nearly the w'hole dis- w
lance, and then thlrow: up a sho,,t s.iine eight a
feet high. lie brought specncis t itlh him th
The lopulation, n hich is located near a 24
port in Ruata,. the nitame of which we forget, of
is compo.ed imainly of colored persons of of
very superior rmoral and inidustrious habit-, he
three or f. ur Anmericans, and the balance En- tI
gli-h-oame three or four hundred in all.- ac
The timber of those Islands, moreover, said re
our informuant, are the most valuable in the or
world for dye woods and furniture-buch as fri
mahogany, rose wood, ebony, lignum vitE, pa
&c., and particularly a species of cedar, very
Iarge, which gives a polish superior to them
all. The India Rubber tree is also a native,
and the maple grows tos perfection and beau la
ty unknown in this country, and exudes rich- hi
er and a greater amount of saccharine juice P
to the tree than ever foutnd in the West Be. o
sides, it had been proved beyond question thi
that gold and silver, copper and lead were to vs
be found there, also coal: there were never
' failing evidences establishing these facts: and
on our informant's place be had discovered a
valuable marble quarry-a piece of which be u'
brought with him to New Orleans to have tes- «
ted, which pcoved to be a beautiful black with
red and white veins, and producing a superior
pohlsh. As a curious circumstance, he men- s
tioned that so venomous snakes, wild, savage p
beasts and monkeys, nor musquitoes either,
were known to exist on the Iland, while
just opposite in sight, in Hlonduruas, they werem
eo great abundance. s
The exports of this incipient State, eontin
aed our agreeable and cultivated informent, b
had reached about $70,000. Hle concluded by a
saying that he had travelled much, particular.
ly in South America and Mexico (he was him
self a Tennessesn) and had seen many beau.
tiful places, but he pronounced the Bay 1il
ands as unqnestionably the Paradise of Earth in
for human habitation, and hopes and prays *e
that our Government will make some teffort to t
get posaesion of it before the English, which oh
country is doing all ehe can to obtain a foot
hold, when, in such case, farewell to American hi
Routan is the place where all emigrants
and voluateere desiring to join Walker must
I praeeed. Truxillo, on the main land, that he 1
bhas just taken, lies nearly opposite we believe. A
in case of Walker's success in connection a
with the Gachupin cbief Cabanas and the Li. g
berl Party (which without outside intebrfer.
en nsmay be looked upon asa thing of cer.
tainty) great inducements will unquestionablyt
l be held out for immignrants to the Bay Islands. II
U.Douglas is still in search of "his h
I.We regret to say, that we were
Sobliged to leave over the Council Pro
ceedings, handed in late this week--not P
too late, however, had we not in hand
I legal and important advertising matter.
The only interest relating to the pro.
ceedings were the followintg : J. L. Pc
tit and N. Valegas were appointed to
look after the indigent of our town and
relieve their necesesities ; Dr. Hall was
elected town physician, at a slary of
$100; a levee committee appointed ; a
tax of 16 cents on the $100 ordered; a
!Town I.ll ordercd to, l bunilt.
APDRESs OF THE NATIONAL EXECtTIVE
CouiyrrrE.-Our readers can well isna
gine the expense and trouble we have
gone to this week, in giving them the
able and truthful Address, in one issue,
of the National Democratic Executive
(omnlmnittee, at Washiington, to the De
moeracy anid People of the U. States.- tl
We have no time to cnnmment upon it. _
It is a most powerful and convinlcinig
document to the scekers after lunvar
nished truth. It shows who are the real r
lovers of their country, and which De
mocratic Convention gave to its nomi
nees the greatest number of bone fide 1'
votes. Real it friends and pa1:1ss it along
t thoise who I:e the truth.
\Ve will cottit:ue with .Mr. R;cckin-i
ridge's 1iogra:ihliy next week. Onr l1)e'
ncratic frie:ds canll rely upon it thait
we will spare' no e'xp'nse nor exertion,
within our ioiM:, to tlIvanice tUe .ose
in whilh we are eIiigagl, -we only ask l
t!ihat they t,', like us, will piut tiiheir
slihoulders to the wheel, andi thlie 'Athl f I
Novelmber will he a glorious day to
them, to us, and to thounsands !
MR. BRECKI.NRIDGCE TO ADDRESS THE PEO
PLI.-It will be seen by the correspondence e
in another column, that Mr. Breckinridee -
through urgent solicitation on behalf of his
friends of the Congressionsl District where
he resides, has consented to address them at
a Mass Meeting to be held at White Sulphur, d
Scott county, on Sept. 5. Hle was solicited to
do so. that he mnght have an opportunity of
repelling some of the many dastard accusa.
tins, ti:rough the eloquence of truth, which
have s unjultly and unfoundedly been ca-t
againrt him since the beginning of the can
viss. It isan idea eminently proper and just.
L(-i' We have had imore rains during the
past ieek. That of Wednesday lalt tilled the
ditches and covered the streets with water.-
eWe are havini now little too much of i good
thing. Good health, however, of our town
and parish, continues unabated. Money, by r
the by, is as "tight asi Ltuins."
VeAT.KEFR IN lIONltRAm.-lni our last
I we plublished an account of the taking of
Truxillo by Gen. Walker. lie had three men
wounded, but he killed tfirteen of the enemy,
ail- after half an hour's h rd fightilng, took
the fort, with sixteen cannon, among them a
24 pounder and a brats 11 pounder, 125 stiand
of armsnn, IsiO Ib. of powder, and a qlant:ty
of clothing, provisions, &e. lie says he camn
hold Truxillo for four months a.s:inst an,y i
ioree that can be brought against it lie is
acting in conjunction with Cabanas, a llondu
rean. The cause of his attacklng Truxilio, r
or the cause of his invarn. may be learnt
from his proclamation, to be found on the first
6 We respectfully inform Mr. C. Peiree
advertising agent, 112 South Third street, Phi
ladelphis, that not knowing hitm and never
having had any dealings with hiMn, we dec;ine
publishing Colbert & Co's advertisement up.
on the conditions stated. If he thinks hard of r
this, he most attribute it.to the rascally ad.
vertasing aents at the East-S. N. Pettengill
O Co., of New York being the only honest
irm we ever had anything to do with. Why e
should you not pay us in advance, instead of r
us trusting you? Dr. Young's advertisement a
cannot be insertad upon any terms.
TaE ACADIA.-We have had the plea
sure of a trip on this swift and handsome new
packet. She is but little inferior to the swift.
est, even now. Capt. VIlCEnT handles his
craft with the dexterity of a iUslise pilot. She
lands and leaves with scarcely any perceptible
stoppage. In board, at the desk, our young
and handsome friend, ALcu s GAAs, "fills the
bill" w!th equal perfection, st the desk and
at the head of the table, which is excellent,
and the servants polite and attentive.
gr3'Mr. Anthon, box 186T Philadel
phia Poetokie-we bave no use ,for your
"card," nor any inclinstion whatever to go
into the business of anadlig smeh a pile, or
I "sptting rails" stack a fasion. However,
try others-you may have better louk with
Sother taste--with that of our friend of the
- 8&yr Peatnwlof West Baton Rouge, perhaps.
SHIe will go "his pile" on Bell if hbe won't on
t h'Nw Oaociv Fian, NEW Omt.lAs.
a We perceive that our old friend, Beau. O. AD.
- gs, Eaq., has associated himseelf in the wbhole
a sale grocery business with that experienced
i. grocer and sterling business man, Omosos F.
SWrrran, Esq., who in the grocery basis. is
so well known in New Orleea. At their ca
Stabliabment 12 asd 14 Front Levee, betmween
l.Bienville and Customhbouse streets, planters
and others may calculate to a certainty upon
Shaving their orders strictly filled with the best
of articles at the cheapest rates.
e Nw Excuewers.-We have received
SIand appended to our eschange list, two new
t papers-that of "The News Boy," by Mr.
SBlcoa, published in Algiers; sad that of the
"Civie Gutaierd," by MDr. Hmns, jst started
at Hoou . The latter is for Bell and Everett.
We have also received that starling Demo
cratic jornal the MbilMe Tribue, for which
we thank the peblisher.
aI Tiae public's old friend, HInryl. K
Slooum, has got here with a lot of the
Sfnest mules, some fine horses, and a few
a negroes; a large stock of the latter
will moon be on hand.
'NttW Sgýtrts0tmtlERt. o
MWULE S MRULESI de
My friende in Iberville and I
elsewhere are informed that I fee
have arrived in Plaquemine with e
SOME FINE Il()SlES., to
A FEW NEGROES--AND est
200 of tho Best Males m'
that ever lest Kecturkv. drt
rel HENRY E. MORUE wha
MAYOR'S OFFI'E. ow
Pnemrnint, Auigut ';2, A t GOt . I dal
TFlE Buildh r+- i'laq emint e are teqested to me
furnish a plan or a TOWN HAl L, to bs of
erected in Pla;qumine. wath rooms lur .layor's pit
oltice, Engine House and Lockup folr vagrants. Imp
l'tans will be received until 25th Septemlwr,
IsOP.. For tIurther infornmation apply at ths gir
office. P. E. J NNIN\S, Mayor. an
iJoHN .3A rcciT.Secrertay. rept Ull
J. H. IIAN'IKg. J !'i 1;"EAL. tn.
SIIANKS & KNuIEAL,
IIOUSI E I'II.VTFiN. (; ..tZI ,"ERS
I'.t P'EIA JL.l E:.1 let,
Feptl PLAQUEM INEIA. A M
TAKEN JP hv \Ir..larolSehlatre. o Ifa
lthl' p)arish, a DARK 11L N UKEOI.E ac
lMARE,. without any brand, about three Ko
years old. 15
The said animna' will bhe soll lv me at the resi- till
dlence of Jaob Schlatre onil Moilday thie 17th oil
Septetlbter. I16i). at lio o'clock A. aM . it n oon- L1I
er claimed accordtaug to law.
el J. H RILLS, . Gr
Newing .larhines. Mi
CREArax Tar mme: ke
UV E have a few SEWIN( MACHINES non
T hands, which we will sell at a great re- Ric
duction uof price to clone out the Int. 1
reptl ( ROT''H. I)EBLII X & CO. y
Weha Everybody Wants. ruo
TILE FAMILY DOCTOR. I
FSerr t.i ltntrevs, EAill.Y OBTtTxID, FOR the
TIHE (lCitE e.F' ItIlSEAuE IN AI.. OPItS. M e
P5IIOEt0e O n IN It S. TAIYlllM.D. vr
1 r Tl I l.1.4 Wt oIlw i, attend at,.e. the s.I.'. iand how
tr oa k tis.rl to , h low It.. prpare I
Barink, r,.ila rs.. &erl , lald Isl to l .
Iguard uaclrl.." I Ir.tu. Ira n Cul-e
I iuuh.3Ylau.wIa. ri. I
a elur i. M -u* .. * Ib. m a
al '.el tihe tealt and se apies mode I.
tu-llu ns. Vacrllnalttln,u h, w alnr.
caugh, ..a..e e at..
SITEI.I..ala 1t. The a..pto, - if 'Croup- Cai nteraa. e(' la
frlltu, I Cl. C,.!. tllrhPna. Norm.,.
ip t ll Ac ., aoal e.I.I l I te a*l lil s" t l,) t
rehoa*inllf I Lr it, . r atue .
IT TI l.I. lt The .i a offaeeln l r :t la , Alu. n ai - r ,l
tihi. ll.n l.. ',w .tll i.al . T ."as i eth t
aand othlr .. aerI,.l .ad irtea ei aon
IT TE:.I.. VIet' Thtc uaaptn.es of Iafluenza.. ('on-ump- (
tnar.l l ya. 'pp aya, A.sh..i, I rI ly..
laout. Ihreumatu.m, I.!u lho,. Ere
Til. 'r ual e.,n, anad tres Iu anL
hati ramelaea for thelr cur.
IT TELL.+ a It The. ympln..r. of ('tier M.h iuie, t
hallant 4 hol ur.,s l.,alip, , i).t% u
tery. I'rani.l, ith acuae. of t oe lnd- A
der,. K ldneI amd. I..ve.r, lid the M
'sn.t r m l-, l .a fo .tr lur e l
IT TEL..S 141U The t n.am ain; u- IlF rrm-i itrmpmi Cc
uNerusi.ia. Apr a I ulemy.a ,iar .itm, the
,arnou. ein..es t of V. Thrat. gl
Teeth, Fear and Eye, and the beat
re. edier.. Ir their care.
IT TE.Lt YOU The at pit. hf :pl py. Janulwe,
Pale. KuptalUr, Ihsues od"0 t tW
4ni-rt, ci.nlm* rrhactr. Vemereo. t
ilaemls, . n wiIh y imt;, iah-l , and a
liver the te'st r,-.1+lw*s It.r their rip
IT TELI. lil" Tih les an•d asple Trr .ltm*.rt fur Cr
Woun'd., Iir,.koa Ineagrs a ld lno, o- bi1
ratelUn, Fprmms ;+nrhj:, "ever 44
:'.area, ',!.its* rrr li , I "r., cr
Whitlow,, lb. Bu .. tcau.ny trn th
n i l a d a ý , p a i la. V t
IT T .ELLS YOU Of the various disan. peuliar lto
approp rianeriaandwllhe a. ale .r al
drugs. neatly Wood sal ~imal t ae ian p re'erat if $1(0. c
A YEAR cue maile by cererwa
1 R a wok e wrette• in pm la ucfrewmrhnmae i al
telliagr, t a bv e woeal aa oar tandaierl to all ram amUre 1
rcap-lmay sel-an iteI you many timos the earl ,f the book.
Ian pra.ltedl c lear and opthe BIor an i tosrtu as.Cte, ith l
drwa. aler Ii.ranid uappy tn or adare f th00.
JOHN E. !'OTTER, Pealelisllecr,
So. 6N Sa aoa at., bildeepyhbL, Pa. lie
witlh other urmatiow,apply to or sldrmess t
JOHIN E. IPOTTER, PubI s nr.
No. OT? Seaomn st., Philadelphas, Pa. j
louis Desobry, Mr., Henry Deseebry and i
lut il Ihuiotry, Jr.-Nu. 1354-1For a Pr
The 't/,t of XLouisina oed s4i4 Court,
to all trke m ii way c accrn--GtK.P xo: tic:
rF asPsas, Louia lkuobry, ten., IHenry De. of
D sobry and Louis Desotry, jun., all residents
r of the pariah foresaid, at a judicial salo mad all
at the said parish of Ibervelle, on the plants. p
a lion hereinafter described, on the third day of th
a March lsr,. eighteen hunodred and sixty, by Ur
Joseph H. Erwin, LDeputy Sherif of said par. ul
ish, under and by virtue of a decree of this *d
Ilonorable Court, rendered in the matter of or
Sthe partition suit No. 409 Probate, therein pen. ca
ding, entitled George ]. Barnes, Er. of Sedley N
M. Lynch, Hlenry anrod Louis I)esobry,jr., rad w
Sbearing date the a286th day of January, 1860, ae
. anod upon the following terms and conditions,
to-wit: The sum of Forty Thouand i)ollar
Scash on the day of sale, and the balance of the
I price payable in three equal annual irai .E
moats at one, two and thre ynears' credit from
Sthe day of sale, the purchaser to furnish his s
notes in coopons to the beirs and the parties,
payable at the Citisene' IBanmk st New Orleans,
a and to bear interest at the rate of right per
Sceut. per annum from date till paid, and s.
cured by mortgage on the property sold, and
that the frst of said notes falling due shall be
Ssecured by one good and solvent endorser.
The whole of the hereinfter-enueaniated
and described property, to-wit:
d 1. A TRACT OF LAND OR PLANTA
TION, established and cultivated sn Sugar -
Estate, situated in the parish of lberville, on
r. the right bank of the Missisippi river, mnes
Ssuring nie arpents and one hball of an arpent 1
d more or less in front on the river, by sizty-six j
Sarpets more or lessa in depth, with the opea
'tg therensto belonging, which gives the rsel
tract a superees of nine bhundred arpeats, be
b the saee more or lesa, baing the upper part of
the plantatioa formeraly elmonig to MIII, I
WbitaU & Edwards, and know. s the lries
Platatiop, agreeably to tim pl of suarvey
awl subdivision themref made by Messrs.
eHenry an4d William G. Waller, Surveyors, on 1
Sthe S7th day *( November, 1847, which islI
designatled iS the said plan of survey and sub.I j
Sdivsise s lt N. 1, sad is bounded above bv a
lands beklgin to Mrs. Muargart Dardue, d'
widow of John A. Hasse, deceased, and below fail
by the other portion of said Irion Plantation, df
designated in said plan as lot No. 2, and now
belonging to the estate of William E Edwards, jr.,
deceased, and moreover a strip of land of fifty tL
feet in width and about ten arpen ts in length,
ito be taken from lot No. 2, belonging to the on
estate of William E. Edwards, described in
said plan, and to extend from Point F to Point et
G on said plan. and with a certain right of Tt
drainage across the rear of lot No. 2, as the io
whole is specified in an instrument under pri- a r:
vate signature between the late Joseph E. par
\Whitall and William E. Edwards, former pro
owners of the -aid Irion plantation, under rina
date of the 10th April, 1850, which instru eta
Iri aent is duily recorded in the Recorder's offlice 1
of this parish. The said tract of land or idC
plantation, together with all the liilhng,
improvements, houses, sugar house, steam en ro
gine, sugar nill, negro cahins, stables, &c.,
and all the utensils and apparatus for making
sugar, all the tights, privileges and alpure ar
nances b.elonging to said plantation, and all ver
the said land now in water on the same. de
2. The fl,wing named slaves, to wit: ar:
F'r;ink Heard, crippled in the hand, aged 00 ritO
yearra Black Bob, aged 26 years; Manuel, 33 8 Me
Syears: Te:mpe, 33; Lydie, 16; Elhza, !2; Juilt nol
let, 68: James, 32; Ann, 25; Monroe, 27;
Mll!y, 2O; (prolupsis of the womb;) Kentucky IHle
Bob. 43, (sickly;) Bobee, (sickly,) aged :11 27,
years; lil!v, 3; Cynthia, 48; Marina, 13; dit
llarry, 8; Cherry, 4:;: Willi-, (now blind,) lie
aced 23 years; Viney, [sickly.,] aged 35 years; a 5
Robert, 44; Laura, 41; Cloe., [asthmatic,] aged In
15 years; Wilson, 11 years; Allan, 22. [rup.
tured;J Austin, (sickly,) aged 30 years: Jane, I
(s ckl),) aged 33 years; Big Lavinia, 44 years; un
Little Larvnia,38 years; Biney, aged 17 years; I
Adam, 13 years; Lea as, aged 48, sore feet; Ft
Grace, aged 42 year-, swelling of the feet; de I
Minerva, aged 11 years; Joe, 12 years: Sue- pl,
key, 20 years; Daniel, 55 years; Aaron, 14 da
years; Ben, 2.5 years; Little Daniel, 20 vears; arr
Peter, 46 years, sore legs; Hannah, 34 years, aa"u
sickly; Amy, 15 years; Phdl, 28 years; Smith, soin
15 years; Jeff, 21 years; Addison, 21 years;
Talbot, 22 years; Claiborne, 48 years, badly riea
ruptured; Louisa, 28 years; Ella, 8 years; JOut
Sarah, 24; Fleury, 25 years, prolapsis of the den
womb; Nathan, 11 years; Patsey, 11 years; itou
*Polly C., aged 84 years; James Hick, 19 cri°l
years; Caroline, aged 18 years, prolapsis of a rl
tthe woanl,; John Morris, 40 years, sore legs; i Po
Munday, 31 years George, 21 years; Mlan. iapp
ning, 28 years, sickly; Polly T., 41 years; I de,
Edward, 16 years; Aggy, 7 years; Charles, 22 2 s
years, sickly; Robin, 41 years, sickly: Cecero, I
46 years, iti k13; Bob, 56 years, Caesar, 30t ans
year-; l'ulyv, 7 years; Ellen, 8 years; L ttle i Ly,
I. avia's chidren--Sam, aged 5 1 2 years: Ani
Marcus. 3 1-2 years; Jane's children-- feet
SDai,lrna, aged 5 years and 2 months, Mllty, 2 adil
I 2 year-; and an infant, 6 months; Sarah's Ila
children, Juoshes, agd 5 years and 1 month; ave
Monroe, 3 years and 3 months; and Canet. 1de
year adl 3 months: Ann's chiidren-Hlethe, I
aced 4 years: and an infant, 2 months; Sec- va,
key's chi.dren--l.ucy, 4 years; Louis, 2 years age
anid 5 months; and an infant, 7 months; vin
(;liac's rhildren-Nannia, aged 5 1 2 years: ans
SVn'ey. 3 1 2 years: and P-ince, 1 year; i au- Iler
ra's "chiliri n--Louisa, 4 years' and William de
SCInton, aged 21 months; Milly's children-- A"
Sarah Ann, aged 2 years and 2 months; and5 D!l
an infant; Cartline's child Juiienne, ared 2 an
ytars and 2 months; Milty's child Judy,2 2 i
years and 1 month; Minerva's child Frances her
Ann, 2 years and 1 month; Louisa's child 24.
I Moses, ag, d 2 years; lanning's child, a boy tha
aged 17 months; and Millerstmn,aged 13 years. ansa
3 1. The following described Plantation do I
SMoveables, to wit: I as
Thirty three mules, one horse, four mares ane
. and one rolt; two yokea of oxen; one lot of 4"
twenty five hogs, large and small: one lot of mal
twenty futr head of cattle: one lot of forty ; an
r eight ploughs, new and old; one lot of nine' e I
cross cut saws, one lot of carpenter's aind 3
blacksmuth's tools; one grindstone and one and
r water pump; nine cane carts and one wagon; Ianm
three smnall cart-; one lot of hoes, spades, sho- muoa
veld. &e.. und aont 1200 bbis. corn in shuck 3 s.
S-Was adjudicated and sold in one block to enla
the said Luls Demaobry, Sr., Ilenry Dlesohry fan
and Louis 1)esubry, Jr., jointly each for one- ans;
third thereof, as the last and high.est bidders, I Lau
Sfor the price and sum of one hundred and mi'
forty-nine thousand one hundred dollars, I
e which have been daly paid and satistfed by i 2 al
- them in accordale withl the said terus and Ann
I conditions of said judicial sale, as the a hole ,IF.
appears mn the cOply of the process verbal of ;onu
e sael sale nltde by aid hDeputy Shi'rilf, here- !
Sunto annexed for pruof, aild made a part of te-t
thbee proceeding. +n I
And whereas the said Louis Desobry. Sr, chaoI
Hlenry 1)esohry and Louis Demsotwy, Jr., as u I
purchasers of said property, and being iesir- seU
itss of protecting themselves from eviction of geni
the property, so by them at the said judicial c
F ale purchased, or from any responsibhility as
r( possrors of the same, have presented to the dil
d aid Sixth Judigial District Coort this petition, DI.
Spraying that a blonition, in the name of the d'ci
State of Louishns, daly and legally authenti ris
catedi, he issued from this Hos'ble. Court, in u,
pursuance of an act of the Legislature, eati- I pay
tied "An Act relative to Monitions and mod- lea
of proceeding," approve March 15th, 1855. tet
a Now therebre-Notice is hereby given to easr
all persona wlo may ast up any right to the 1
. property, in consequenee of informalities in P'I
, the order, decree or judgment of~he Coart
Sunder which the sale was made, or say irregt- HIsi
. ularity or iligality in the appraisemeat and lqa'
is sdvertisemewae, in time and manner of sale- anti
t. or for any olher defect whatsoever, to show at
I. caese withi thirty days from the day this i
y Monitlon is Irat insertmed in the public papers, son
d why the bash somsdeb ouldnotbecofrmed latil
)and bomolqated. pro
Given under my hand and seal of our j
Skth District Oourt at the parish of te
Iberville, this 80th day of August, P
1860. M. A. ESTEVAN, Clerk. e
State of Lnsisinar--Paria of I jrin-- l (
Sixj Distdri Ceosa. de:
I, Mark A. sltevran, Clerk said Coulrt, ser
, do hereb eartify tht the f reging i a trui de
d copy of d original Monitieon oile and of law
Srecord iammy oie. a
-Ge ren under my had sad seal of ear
d Slith District Court, at the parish of U
Ibervil, thbi 0th Aug. A. D. 1860.
S apl p . A. TVAN, kClerk. 181
S e WffIT £81 . Et
it ETA DE LA LOUISIANE--Piaotssg e
v u'lgsa .--Cous u tme Duamac6r. pr
SLouis )eabry, Sr., Henry Desobry and
o Desoobry, Jr. No. 1864. Pour
t Inre Monition.
h hsaqmstei eds earLe--Sala
y A d qe. ish Dluebrey, ar., Hoery Des.
* hy, Jr tas resideets d la iparle ait, •
. se. o jdieiaie, fa ea a dite pasr d'.- a
's Ibervilb, ear l'hahaliatis ci-apes deerite Iw 3mS .
b jeer de Mar deraier, 186, per Jes ph II. Er- de
y wia. deopatd shdrif de ha dite paroiue. en versta
8 d'auu dkart de cette les. coar, reds daea r* d
faire de partage, No. 409 "Ales preuv.." y pol.
dante intitulde ;George M. Boaranee * eruleur de
Sedley M. Lynch. vs. flsurv and Lowlus L~*,,%v
jr., et datf duo 2ime. pJtr de Janvier I-;30. 5 er ,,
termel et conditions susvants, savour:
La iomme de quarf;;te mi:le plastresi coa0ptant
It jour de Ia vent., r! la b.lance du pr.a p'ayable
en train paneneuts annerls, plasax, dte n, dear,
et troisl as' de credit, du jullr de Ia vesnt,, 'ar
qiereslr fournsllanbt sev lhellt ei Coup.,J asu he.
rItser., et aux partires, payable. a Ia h)mlae d~.
Cllatoyenl a Nour:eit Orlrals, ot portans l5a ret
al raol,n de huit pour ent par an de date. jsqu's
parfait paeluienetet hypothlule reteri.e nr !.,
prupriites venduies i' le preiter des dati billets ar
rivan i ll aturit cudos" par no endo*-eour bous
I. tI)It !." propricti ci-apr nl eurnursrantli et
lo. I s cerlaisi moresan de terre an habitaltion,
1t.,bbihi et cultived en ssre, situse dsll la ip.
ro,se d'Iberville, utr la rive droite du tls.ve Mo.
S sspp is, n uraLut Ieul arput' et deml. plus on
iou.si. !." If.'c, Sur le drt tldure par eianote ~i
arpelnt p,hi. on mliols de profoudeur, Overr t'nll.
verture y appartleulalst. dolinaut all dlit srorreau
de terre u ll sup-rticle et laspes-pres ne.ll I'elti
arlpent, plus onu iiusla. orlnallt Ia parts ll sit.
rieure de I'habitlatlol autrefoss appartenailn a
Mlrear. WIhsiall & Edwards. et corlnse sols ll
nolm de 'Ilrisln Plaiiatli isi," selon le plait d'arpe,.
toige at de .ublivsiaou d'icel!e falt par M.lers.
Helnry Pt William G. Waller, arpenteurs. etc. Il
27ile. jour de Notvnmbre, 184, doergn" iansl Il
dlt plalt d'nrpeutagi et de subdivisouncomme Ia
Int No. 1, bo.u ton haot par in terre appartenant
a Mose. Marguerite 'uardruue, veuve de feu John
A. Ilasse, et ec baa par I'autre portiuuon d" la dive
"I riou I'luiltation," diignude dans le dit plai rcom.
II1'n I lot No. 2, et appartenant maintenaltt a Il
I lseles'on de fenl Willlram E. Edwards, ei de pies
unl autre Inorceau de terre de cluqunute cinq pied.
de largrsur ct a Ien press di arpents de loulrelr a
It-e prI ds lot No. 2, appartelanlt Ia slCce-,no
de feu Wtlllhimn E:. Fdwardls, decit d a le di
plait, s'lceudaut, du point F au point G. our I
die plan avec uue servitude d'egoot & traers IP.
arrier. partie du lot No. 29, comme II es
Ip'.cilsh decril dauns n certainl irlltrnent
Mil~ lsigllnatulre priver, entre lea dite Joseph E
Whitall et Wmi. E. Edwards, propridtaires antc
rleurs de la dite "*Irion i'Itation," date l Ite l'
jour d'avrsI 1850, lequel instruent t eat areistr
daon le bureau du Recorder do cetie preisse. Le
dit morceau do terre au babitation ensemble avre
toutes Ile baasme ct auseliorations, maline. un.
curie, machine • vapeur, snoulin a Sucre, rbhanes
a iegria, Etables, etc., et lee usteseilset appareila
fpor faire le sucre, tous lee droits, privileges. o
appartenances de Ia dife habitation et tout le plalt
Ide esanes niaitcuteait on miaelas.
2o. es I leclaves suivanlts, osvoir'
Franik IlcHrd, estropiL de Isa malin, ag de COI)
nas; Iilark Blob. a.g dc 26 an,; Manuel, 33 asn;
Lydie, 16: Eliza. 12; Juil!et. C6; James, :12.
Ann. 25: Mullioe. 27; Milly, 30. prolape de a it
fectee; 6enturky Bub. 43, maladf; Bibe. mai
adif, age de 31 ans: .lIilly, 33; Cynthia. 43.
Marina, 13 ans; Hiarry, i, Cherry, 43. Willis,
avengle, agi de 23 ans; Viney. maladive, agea
de 35 ans; Robert, 44; Laura, 41 ans; Clod, asth
matile,. age de 1i ancs; Wilson, I 1 ans; Allan..
22. hernie; Austin, ma.s-lif, ag de 30 ans; Miner
va, maladive, ags~e de 31 ns; .lane.maladsle,
agee de 33 ans: Big Las sia. 44 ane, Little La
vinia, 3a lan, Wiley. ag:e ide 17 ain; Adam I
ans: Eewis, a:E de 48. mal aux pied.; Grace, en
Idement des pieds. air de 42 ant; Minerva. age
de 11 ani; Joe, 12 ans; Suckey.20 ans; )DaniiI.
gEd de rsi a lns; Adamll. 14 an*, Hell, '25 aco; Little
DLaniel, 20 aul; l',ter, atfllge aut jambeh, 45
ans; Hannah, malaliv,. 3-14 ns; Amy, 15 ans,
'hill, 28 ansc Smith, Ir, a:,s; Jefft, 2 e1an; Adds
asu, 21 ans; Talbot. 22 ans; ('laiborne. 48 ania,
bernie rave; Louisa. 29 ans; Ella, an·r; S'rrah,
24; Fleury, 25 unl, prolapse de la 8affct6e; Na
than, 11 ant; Patsey. 11 asi; Polly C., agle 36
ans; Jamn Hick, 19 ans; Caroline, prolrsay
ds la.affectde, age 18 ans; John Morris, age 4it
ans. jambe malade; Munday, 34 ans; ;,'orge. '1
ans; Moanilng, manldiif age de 36 ase; I'lly''. T
aIl 41 ans; Edward, 16; AgIy, 7 aiia. Charles,
maladif, eag 22 years; Robin. malahlif. ag 41
an.: Ciceru, maladif, age 46 acrs; Robb. 56 am;
Caesar,030 ants; Polly,7 aus; Ellen, 8 ans; enfalit
fie Little Lavlnia-Sam, alE 5 1-2 ann; Marcus.
3 1-2 a'n; enlant dle Jane, lIDphas, age 5 a
and 2 maic; AMilly, 1-2 Ian, et ea enfant 6
matis; dfatu de Sarahb-Joshua, age s ai et ou
mois; Moseroe. 3 ans et 3 me s, rt CInet I an et
3 anois-eotalis de Ann; Hethe, agde 4 aua eat loi
enlan: 2 moli; Lewis, aisi et 5 Inois, et sn en
fanl 7 mois, entlans de Grace; Nausse, agei 56 1-2
ans; Visey. 3 1-2 aisl rt Prince uil a, eamL'de
Laura; Louss. 4 ai. et Wi., Clinton. ago 21
mois. enlians dJ lMlls. 'alrah Ainn. agee de 2asn
et 2 mlus-. elt ion snlilut ie Caroline; Julienne,.
agei de 2 ais et olln:, ei'falnt lite Mitty: .ltWl),
2 arm at un nois, enIant de JMierva, Faiices
Ann. agdse Li ai el It s1 llo, enlant de Louisa,
leises. age( de 2 aln-. se'faill' Ide Moaning; un gar
olon age de 17 smois. et 1 sllereoll, age de 13 am.
:io Ire nlobler de Ihabitatiso, aevoir: Trem
te-truse msolet, onuu ceval, quatre jumecta tt
us poutli, dleux pairs de bsi sia. un lot de 25 ea
chione, gmo eat petits; un lot de 24 bltes & corse;
an lot de 4 chaurrues, vieillee a neeves; aI lot do
-ess csric-; en lot d'outuls de charpeoatier et de ar
erou; eae smeaul, et une pomps, noef chmdtte
& cannee, cit n wgon; troi petute cbhrettres; e
lot de piochee, pell', & e.. et • Iptu pre 1900 bk.
de nmuL n rob-- Fat ejudg venudu en bloek ean
dit Iouis Drmobry, cr., Hlenryu I-Dsabry t L
Deeobey, jr., conjointoment ehuueon pour 50 Isr
d'cielle-etant le plum oflrants t cirlmieoecle.
rimerln, pour l pri et Ia *unmlme de oent quaroaio
neif mille eeot pirtree, lqsiel prix a Ate demoant
p'yd et catilaiti potr le eeists aouerese, alsk
lea termes et editioen do Ia vote, caen le
tet eppert ple ampleimeI dame la copie de pre
sne verbal do Ia diue veet, fal. por dib Depe
d ebhrif aased a e procdduaree e y fainet
El a gmaqo leo dims oinc Deeseyb , ceaior,
Henry Do mbry lioo Doesbhy, jr.,ecem me -
queruar des dike popritd , et deirmle ear
entir cetre I'evietioll dpeepr9 tied aeli iaeeles
au do toete repeembilitd eomnm peprietairs~ .
at preced a hI dita cor do G6em. Dlebt Jndi.
cirire lear petition, demendant uae mosite au
moan de rtat de I Logician., intitaId "ei It v.
latif eu monition ci kle mde de penederl" up
proenvd le 15 Maca 1855.
Qe'il mit aetaire t quoettes perese i
teredmi eg oi p erurasat avowir dit aa dime
propri, ea conlequesce d'na deasut de form
dana I'Mrdre, l decet le jlegmeot de Iso r
eon vrt da qeo Iv vaste o 6t fait*elda ee
irreglarit eo illealit dia reil es, I'hriSk
le temps le mode de vest., O per toot ass
defeetaeiu tdeb qu'ell eoit east psr le priesse
muI s deo ir valei, doam tnras jona &d er
de Ia premiar l poblicatio de .vi, pesr eLe
to veato ems fao am nscit pm eosnrmdset Os
SDoad neesmenigctl l rsiotoe i acdo l
dite eeoC de Sia·me Diirstr a la pa
onies dlbsrviltle, 1 le .1 jour d Aet
EtLt de Na .L*o Pameu dulbervlle
0oar de no DtLddL.
I, MarkL A. Eievae, Geater de la eediute eer
o ot peer 1 pocims d'Ibervieo, eroife per
preent qa.e Ia eooition i d ee o.. si eapis
Icfewmer I'olriginal earngiotc a bateaU.
Dle)ei eoes toon ca et le esm de l diie
eeLr, ce 30 ooo t IR60.
espi N. A. ESTEVAN, Greabr.
l lll A dc1 arretE pot Jacob &iatrle de
. .t paroese ue Amet Crcole re,
ia essesit esasmal erma vasdl par mea l emi
dance de Jaeeo Saatre, Lundi le 17 Sipom.e
1860, b 1l Luls a. ., nano ree laim6 cm I1
loi. J. . RILLLI, Ju~ defci