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-lOGRillR WTHE WA, THE WAR IN VIRGINIA! Eust deh at Abavpertg .'aA Dsath dt O. arus a. .Dres. I. n4 July 6th.-Passengers who arrived lhere te last night, report that ta kirmish took place near Newport News, on Thursday night, between 150 ,Louisianians, under Lieut. Col. Charles l.'Drpuz, of New Orleans and a New York Regiment. ' Col. Dreux was on a reconnoitering expedition when they met the enemy. A biisk fire was given for some time from both sides. ', lon os ron the Confederate side was three killed, including Col. Dreux. %e number of the enemy killed and wounded is yet unkown. Te' Fire in London. The omlagration reported hy the last r-leneP, has proved more disastrous than was nrst supposed. 'The elects of it will be felt for gen er-tions to come. The loss, so far as ascertained, is es timated at over three millions of pounds satmlg. The Great Eastern also brings news of ke death of Abdul Medjid, Sultan of Turkey. France Recognizes Italy. The recognition of the Kingdolm of it4 under Victor Emanuel, by France, dlhoasen formally announced. THE WAR IN MISSOURI. aIe mrear Cartfhage! Wha?6Wea1 Worces Routed with Oreat loss I KANSAs Crrr, July lOth.--The Fort Saott DNmocrat, of the '7th inst., reports the eoencrenoe of a bloody battle be tween Gov. Jackson, commanding the Missouri forces, and Gen. Sigel, com amnding the Federalists, near Carthage, In which the latter was completely routed and driven back with great loss. At the first onset, the Missourians were driven back, The officers order ed a retreat, but the order was not heard on the wings, which continued to advance as the centre gave way, nearly surrounding the Federalists who satuessed. The ighting was mainly carried on by artillery, the Federalists retreating a' tme Missourians advanced. They aially reached CArthage, seven miles disthit from where the fight began. sIea Siegle, it is reported, was at tacked during the night, and compelled to retreat towards Sarcoxie. Siegel's forces were badly cut up. His kioss is estimated from 500 to 1000. On Priday Generals Price and Ben UOldlocm arrived at Neosho, twenty alei south of Carthage, with 10,000 me-. Two hundred Federalists were deptated there. One report says that all were murdered, and another that a man portion was killed. u: ' MeeOlloch sent 2,000 men to the matam of Oov. Jackson. Lo0uisville, July 10.--Travel between it and 8outh is but little inter Eiauseky velunteers are leaving at •he_ .at of 10W per day, to join the hbele. ' 'If the South be whipped, Kentacky's bes mIne wini wear mponing. " , •. . a ed - . Nimama.s Va., July 3rd, 1861. a Weolave glorious news from below, I 8sf Ih wa made upon the vii." d MIat BAla .harcb, this morning, the 4 ,tw takelus sad Walf the eemsy were ( O7 Oh our side IT men bSi. the ide of tm enemy lao.. M .r eLnt splaodid vrico ie the diareeluom AhL4·sia ntfalb (keveh Is diIaet about eight I mile roma Fairtes, in the direction ( wee I.l w ams thu, -a ge a a: : id l et a·smm o them. The 4 troopeaged In thq stir have not r bg eemu. it wes the awn.sad OIL Kerhaw's I fou *ty- o u ho1dner Ithe . Thoy wn ass! arrt Our ksanka cen d> mihay peta , rA d ar ru Iss Our A'gerine cotemporary The 1rws ih keeps a sharp eye on New Orleans and its d cfences, and often makes use ful suggestions in connection with the war. We find in a late number of the Newsoy an article on the possibilities of an invasion of New Orleans by a steam flotilla descending the river from Cincinnati. The writer observes : If the work in plating steamboats 6 with iron was really going on at Cin cinnati, under the United States officer named, it would be well done, and if these boats came down the river past P any fortifications or batteries at the rate of eighteen or twenty miles an hour, current and steam power united, they would escape the effects of any batteries which could fire upon them. On the no other hand, if the descending boats could it be stopped half an hour, or even less rt time, lung enough for tihe batteries to 0 play upon them, they coull be sunk. s This brings us to speak of a float w ing boom or battery projected by Gene ral Beauregard and recommended by him g to the Military Board before his leaving Y. to take command at Charleston. The ie Military Board soon after disslved and being succeeded by civilians, and Gene I ral B. being absent, his plan remained unnoticed. 4 It is hardly advisable here to give the details of construction, but the draw ings made under his inspection are to be seen at the Custunmhouse, in the t hands of the architect, with whom they have been deposited. It may be meni tioned that it is divided into two parts, so that each will be at an angle of thirty degrees with the bank; one side to be s securely anchored on land at one end, and in the other, the river end of the other one being locked to the first one so that it may be drawn open by a wire rope in the adjoining fort in order to let friendly vessels pass. On it at suitable intervals are to be pontoons or floats, if unon which small howitzers could ,e , placed with guards and senti es, which floats will also prevent the boom from being ridden down. The manner in which it would be placed at Forts Jack soin and St. Philip would expose any ship attempting to saw through it o,r ride over it to ar raking fire fro:rn one I fort and a full broadside from the other. Captains D)uncan and Brand are said to have acquired such skill in gunnery Sthat they can hit a beef barrel at two s and a half miles, with an eight-inch Columbiad, twice out of five shots, and c would certainly do great execution on - ascendiug ships in daylight; but in a . dark stormy night they might not be so V successful. If ten ships should attempt i. to go up at once, five might he sunk and s five get by, and these five te enough to destroy our city. A like Ioom would be t of equal value above Memphis at Fort I Wright, or somen similar fortification.- Otherwise we may expect to sec the enemy successfully descend the river. Admitting that he will be vanquished on our soil, this will not pay us for the : damage he will do our towns and planta Y tions, nor for the lives of our brave men I lost in driving him back. General icauregard stands now be fore the people, )f the Confederate States I an a General of the first rank. As an Engineer he is thought to be without his Ssuperior. At Charleston and in Virginia his, advice is at once unhesitatingly I obeyed. Shall Louisiana, by disregard ing his advice, prove anew that a pro. ph t is not without honor save in his i own country ? If she does so she may repent in sackcloth and in the ashes of her own chief city. Teb shove matter we think worthy of seri es attesntee. If the Lineubnite are prepar ing to descend the river with well armed boats, with plated and raised bulwark., it bs to be supposed they will do their worik well, and Swith an eye to all the dimsadvantages ad dan Sger of detet, that reeant themeelves They know tflst we have formidable bresetworks I along the balks of the Miesieippi at two or tbhree places; bet a formidable stesm stee plated flotilla, eah boat poing at the rate of twenty mile sa bhar, might well risk, at aibgh, the dmagenyr fert might dblt by a eigle diebarg. What is wanted is the ob e tractios invented by 6.a. Bauregard, al-. leded to abev, and thrown aerees the river at se hvpmshle olant ear Muphi. The .thin is, to prevet them frem either dee disg r aoesdia the ria I ates o sy ~seI pdem hwevrhemidabl er shot-proet A N~amuas ov aar.--.se Nash vlle Banoer, of the SlLi alt, says : At a meeting of the Oity Council, yesa terday afternoona, a preamble ad reso lutio were adoptd, appropriating .600,0W. to h added to *S60,000, msb cribgd b ar oitisens, to furaish the gruInds, 1I , for the iresident of the Coafederate States I the ucapital .a est Nurhille, asd requesting owla s ewWsion to te- 1 • b i baildiage of the Sate to f er se of tbey r te of the Government. I 41.o reqaesting our Mapor, Senator and BSprsentatves to r the attention I of tp Legislator. to the sabjeet; sad S4 a committee to act wi e theI pat of the CI t ~te a n I*is Rang. I< ad a s lii of th work t ciiwnrk r· · ,i I SII .The eorrespndent of the 1'icway tine at Richmond, hi one of his late let Stcrs, thus writes : But, although tie public archivel have been moved sway from Washicn' ton, in anticipationof lits oCCulpati,,i 1. Confederate troops, it is nit t, be, sua rendered without a struggle. On tli contrary, all the available force of tl neighborhood has w'en called in fir i. hdefe.nce. The Federal capital perfect: bristles with bayonets, and still troou continue to pour in Iromn all directior. This comes to uis trough all the sot ces of conmunuicati)n we have at cn Smand--letters and papers, and repels of railway passengers. On our side we know the hour of ccn bat is near, unhles the enemy retrat. The precise slpot ard hour it will tk< place depends upon :ircunmstances. 'Il probabilities are tist it will be benre Alexandria. It is tlero the enernmar most closely pressed andl here thjiat of Washington is tt.be decided Thi thley know, and all tcir available fu ces have been movd forward toth , and neighboring puints. Arlilgtoi heights and Shuter'sUill are thcia pri cipal points of defeno. The latter I sition conr ilanlds Abxanldria, and, I our hands, would thredteu the cuormui cation with Washingbn. Every eflIt, therefore, has been nude to strenogtln it. A few days ago, d.leel, an adlM ced corps of some eiuht thousand rn was thrown forward b defend it. Tire a will probably take plac the first couct. I A large portion of ten. Beaue'gd's forces were someNU day ago throwuir- R ward in the samee diretion, and thero 1 armies are therefore now encaped t face to face. In the mean time,eun. Johnston is operatin, actively otlhe t enemy's right flank, :;d threatcns,ion to gain his rear, as l.-) that of thc'cd eral capital itself. 'hle probabties are, .thelreforc, that sle'ss the *-rey give battle, he will sIO be surrerded on both sides. As tilNhe issue of he battle, tough we have here perfect rsfidence a our, strength and pI,'sitiot, it may t ,e wise to predict it. TOii, h,,wevc mgy safely be said : if woure victoria the enemy will be driver across thPotrs mac, ;nd WVashingto, will be t our mercy. If we are etfeated, w have safe lines to fall backullau, in tlmidst of a peoplei whSC p.triotisnsflhietes brighter and brighltr as the cisive lhour alproaches. But while in view of the irettain fortunes of war, I andc this r.erte, I may sy that each and evei nnn I neet looks forward viii perf:t tonfi fidence to the result. Tlis cdidnce, " I also understand, is slhaed b at the 1 people of the surroundinf coury, who are best acquainted viththe iril and strength of the oppoing armni. Thp prospect of a generaungage ment before Washington, iscre the I subject of general j.y. here is scarcely an individual in Riclond who does not know the number a charac- I ter of the troops recently waed for ward to join Gen. Hesuregl's comn- s mand, and the possibility of lefeat is S hardly thought of. S Tux PRIZas CAPrIRED BY Tntr. NICHO LAs.-The Richmond Euqui, of the he S3rd inst., says : w The vessels captured by t steamer St. Nicholas, on Saturday I the 29th ult., alter the St. Nicholasirself hlad been taken by our daring senturers, ender Capt. lHollins and C Thomas, are as follows : Brig Monticello, from )il, bound to Baltimore, with 3500 bapf coffee. Schooner Mary Pierce, 1h Boston, bound to Washington Ci with 260 tons of ice. Schooner Margaret, froreoxandria, bound to Staten Island h 210 tons of coal. The vessels as well as coptured I and capturing steamer nall in the Rappahannock. We wanted coffee, iced coal, and I we wanted the steamer athe vessels, D and the constry is loud}raising the Ir bold oflicera and brave wlho have P pplid the market. Ift enemy had not bees whipped on Th ay night at Mathias' Point, perhm'ore might J' have ben acomplisey our brave do fellows while their hudre in. But g they have done splendids things mow stand. GOas. Arram I r n'r.--The Richmond Whig of st inst., fur nishes the annexed iculars of a highlyswooesfal ski : Last Wednesday a y e fifteen, commanded by Col. y, were out d scouting near Romney e of them a ot separated from tlern, and be- Iea ung absent some time, _est went in p' search of them, and two return- re iog, who reported the boee attack.- t edby a party of ft ixty United Stats Dragoon, a their three D compealons were proy killed. Th thirteen proaeeded a in chae of mit the Federal m io vertook them Pl beyond the P ttmeked them De with swords, pistols bowie-knives, 1a killed eighteen and the remain- 1 der-none ofoar is g seriously hurt. ol. Aabby ivei of them with hip own tbelir return hof.rmea tfe of Sive w Sab t ( ent oin, kill Dick Aahbb danicusval, ki hsped, not Pa were fou ao fiv to us, and Jo they United 8tates ; and yet As our men killed more am man spiee androutedlbetm t, took manyof Ct their horse ~p Th only draw back is the Iwry Asbe7 and the lsJ o id i Do y Sheriff's Sale. let IIFLENE BARBET. No. iiv'l' , I ALEXANDER ROTIH. 1241. ti i PARTE ON -AL.a . si C'ATE OF IOUISIANA-PAR nn or IlEsR Mct r vILLe, 511 JcICcIAL DiTRaCT COURT. 'et By virtue of an order or decree to me di rcted from the Honorable the late 6th Ihstrict or. bourt, and now the 5th Dit trict Court of the f'" tate of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of l e- bcrville, bearing dlte the 11th day of Peb,., jI (1l61, ordering aid decreeing the sale of the tnoperty belonging to the Succession of Eloise .:L. L.Lang.ui, d ceased wire of A!exannder Roth. rt. I will oti.r at PUBLIC SALE to the highest i ad last bidder, on 'l SATURDAY, the 3rd day of August or Next, 1861, at II o'clock, A. M., a On the premises, the following deacribed pro t perly-to wit: 11 operate Property of Deeased. 1st. A TRACT POF LAND situated in the said Parish of Iberv l!e on the left hank of the tL Bayou Plaquemnine, whereon the said Alexan ri- der Roth ri soles, containing four arpents front 1- on the said IIayou, by forty arpents an depth a of the first concCssion, withll a double conces sion in the rear of said tlllt, containing the same quantity ol laud In supertices as the front in tract or first cone s&-ion, both said tracts form ing the Plantation which is established and t- culttiated as a Sugar Estate, which is bounded it above by land belonging to Joseph Kleiipeter, Sand below by lands belonging to Widow Pau. it. lin Dupuy. '3 Cod. A TR 1\(I' OF LAND (uncultivated) r- situated in sail Parish, on the Island of 'Pla , quemine. coni ta ning six arpents on raid Bayou, d by the depth extenlling from the lower to the upper branch of the Bayou Plaquenmine, boun ded above by land of Joseph Klcinpeter, and e below by land of Etienne obet t. Paulinie, negro woman (sickly) ag.ed d about 47 years. Paul, negru mian, aged about 21 yrs. .h ..Wh, " " 22 " ajor, " " 20 " * JIhn, negro tiny " I; " Aspasie, negro woman, aged 31 " and her child Louisa, girl, 11 " C Clemcutine, neigro wounan,--"Cook," (sickly) aged 46 years, and her child e ,iThy, ageid 9 years. t De irie, nmulatt a woittIml (sickly), Ihouse servant, arged 2.; years, andl her child Isadore, aged 4 years. Euplitrusine, niul attai woiVman, house por n vatt, aged 23 years, and her child ('hardes, aged 4 years. Mary .Jane, nJgruo wvoman, aged 18 yrs., and her child George, aged S monlltlus. Amy, Orphan child, agedi monthas. e lHenry, negro boy, aged 16 years. ('omrnu ily I' ropr.ty-( SLA yESr.) Bill or William, negro man, aged 44 years. e Ta,, negro man, aged 37 years. SlBen, negrao man, aged 36 years. SCiommunil y Properlty--OM'EA BLES. One lot of Plantation and farming utensils, such as Carts, [Cane and Baeasse.] Flukes, SI)oubhle and Single Ploughs. Hite Cross ('ut Saws, Azes, Spades, Shovels, Ac., ke. Also, a lot of Carp ,tstrs', Coopers' and Blacksmiths' tools; alout ~t50 cords of wood; 7 Mules, 3 SHlorses, 3 Cows and Calves; one lot of liouse e hold Furniture-a full description of which will be.given on the day of sale. Plaqu*mine, Parish of Iberville, July Ist, 1861. july6 TIIEO. BL4ANCIIARD, Skerff. Pente de sherif. HELENE BARBET, I rs. • No. 1241. ALEXAND1ER ROTh. SVeate ea Wartage. STAT DE LA LOCiSTANE--Panorssa D o'laIVIa.L--Cous Do sometl DIIsIIIIc. En vertu6 d'nn orde on deeret k imet sd. I drasa per I'Honb'l utrefoe' Coour du 6dme, District and maintenant ia 56me C(our de Dis triet Judiciere de I'etat de Is Lotisiane, eo et peot la Paroise d'iberille, ea date du lime Ijo de Fewier, 1861. Ordenantla vent des proprietres apportenant & Is scelon de feit ,Eleis L Latglois, epous d'Alezarder Iloth, 1 ,J'drirai, en veste publiqueaen pla otrmt at Sdamier en eberisser LsUedi, ale a ost prshab, 1861, a II lhnres, a, m. Suer le lieuo k popriel suivntes, mavoir: Bien propre~ s de defunte. 1-UN NORCEAU Dg TERRgBtBE dan Ia Parois. d'Iberville, sur I rive gameib du Bao Plaqn mime, ar lequael demeore Akl Bdw Rtmh, entest quaste srpsts do fae -r I dit B8y est qrurste de pretedeur de Is premier eoesaien, asve une double oosemmioc eo asrerr do dit moreas de ta-r eonteasnt i me Col oqatit do terte qua a pretere cmessio, leI doe a m eras deter rs lormant l'behattieo qui qt dtablie et el. tiv en sir ae--at qal eat bora6 m bea, per ter appartmOas JJoseph Il~ipeter, at en bea par tam spporeunt & Va*e Psalias S.-UN MO BAU DB TIRED (incole) sie I iso d'1rertl, ma r rlte Plaquesmina, oawl at aix e rle dit iayou, per ia profondemt rseten t de Bayou Jam to Beyou Piaquamine, bors6 a beat Wpr t , de sooh plyaret km e pe tem d'tinM oe rt. ESOLAVE8. liaoe, tmaladive) aro..s agudde 4T ans. Pal, negre bomme, g 914 an. . Aspuie , o p " 81 " et soa e fut: ~ags 11 " Cldmeti a sm h ve), Ci- a aisie, · , , 46 I . Duime, muulatrt (umvo maeo titue de maiswn., aý.,. .3 an, c(t s1n e'tal:tlt lsil'ore, nc, 4 " Euph r,sine, minlatre.sse, dormestin le ldo imation, a ge ':; " º,t :."n enfant C'harles, agc 4 MI|ary Jane, legresse " 18 " et son eClfant (hcorge, " s mnois Aimt, orphelii " 63 an.s. llenry, " 16 aus. Ri, s d,' ('ummn, Ir', ,,-- 1 S('L. TES.) Hill \ William, Inegro honi,.na, .ag 4. 44 ans., Tom, ,, , º J l , ' . .. ..';t BJieas de ( "tr,,urýºwtd-Mt OH I E'U I. R S. (I' lot d' ,util- .\ratoices tel qenc Char rcttes9, ('harrues, 'Irirhes, outils de C('lar inlitiers de FIrgeroe, et de Tln.neliir, iupeoipr's, 350 conres 4'.ý huroi, Sept MiIIl its, trois Cheleaux, t:,is Vraches Ct Veaux ; un lot de bleules, etc., etc. Conditions---omptst TIIEO IL.LN('IIAI'I), Sherif. P:aquemine, Paroisse d'lberville. Juillet r, ia1861. jaly6 RUNAWAY IN PRISON. ,i WAS committed to jail here, mulatto J JOEK()M E. claiming to belon, to C. P. Hey. gool of Alexandria. Jerome is about 25 ),.ars old--Sfl. 9 or to in,. high, well built, good looking. and will wiz-h about 160 Ils. The owner is hereby notifies to reclaim him in the manner required by law. TH EO. BLANCH.ARD, Sheriff. A ETE conduit h In oeole de eelte Paroise, le mulatre JERIIME, disant appartenir A C. P. Ileygood, de Alexandrna. Jerome est l'envi. runs i2. au--5 piedh 9 i 10 ,ouces de taille, bien ait., et d'un poids d'environs 160 livres. Le propri, taire eat notitid de to reclamer com me la lot le requiert. 1)6 THEO. BLANCHARD, Shbrif. Runaway in Priso. WaS committed to the Pariah prison, negro TOA(, claiming to belong to T'hos. Powell, of New Orleans. Tom is about ~0 vears old, 511 9 in. high. slendler, wears mo ~itache and goatee; is nearly a gridf The owner is here. by notified to reclaim him as required by law. THEO. Bl.ANCIHAlD bbernff. A ErE conduit A Ia geole de cette Paroiss le T*','M, disant appartenir k i'Thos I'owell de Ia New ()rlans. Tom est agd dl'environ 10 ans; piedls 9 poures die tailic: porte Ia tirlbe, et eat d coulere moyen criff. I.e propretaire eat notihi de la eclamner comme Ia loi le requiert. ly6 THI:o. BL iNCHARLI), Sher,. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. M R. I)OUI.s DFSOBY, you are hereby notified to repair your coed from your saw mill down to your lower line and also all your cross bridges, and cut down'the weeds from your Levee, within your enclosure. from your saw mill to your lower line; this work to be compieted according to law, by the 15th of October, 1861. JOHN C'IILATRE, jly6 Inspector of tth District. M R. V. J. DUPLY, you are hereby notified to n1 nlake your road 6 feet wider, and to raise it to the same height of the old road, little above Pratalongo's house, where ther has been a crev. asse some year' back; this work to be comple ted by the 15th of October. 1861t. JOHN S'HLATRE, jly6 laspector of 8th Distriet. MR. B DUPUY, you are hereby notified to dig out your ditches so as to drain your road on your lower tract of laud; repair your cross Bridges, cut down all deadened timber within reach of our road, remmve them therefrom and cut down the weeds ; this work to be completed according to law, by the 1.th of October, 1581. JOHN SCHLATER, jy6 Inspector of Sth District Inspector's Notice To N on-Residrnts of the 1I11 Distrid. O Laurment Millaudon, Daniel IIolliday. An. Tgustin LeBlane, Estate Charles A. Slack, George W. Campbell, Dr. Thos. 8. Garret, lIae Erwin, Estate C. H. Dickinson, Mrs. E. Wool folk. Each and every one of ye are hereby notifed to deliver your road 23 feet wide, free obstruc tions; aid road to be aied in the middle, with a ditch on each side, all weeds, briars, roots and stulmps whatsoever, to e ,emoved, holes o be lled. Your Cordaelle Road to he cleared of all obstruetions. The above works to be accm lid on or before the 15th day of" Otober, 1 , acording to law. J. PARDO, Ispeoer 17th Distriet. Grosee Tete, June 14, '1-jua2S. eo estheme Ahfa. YO, will repair year bridges brthbwith; you . will level your reed wherever nee ry, and elsa your dithe soas to drain aid rod; thisb to be ompleted asecrdu to law b7 tlhe tI of octobes, 181. J. V. HL'ERRT, jea~9 9th Diet. lad sad Lvee Inspector. O0LAJURENT MILLAUDON, Eagene Iro. I and -LAURIOT, To are hereby tired toreair year mrd and levee an yoar lots of land, lyian a Bou Maringosin, in the pLof Ikrvlle, by catting the weeds and h from id lots seeardi to law, by the h3l October. b.P. FITNN, jun29 Inspector. RRPZBT W*.URDNG 178 SI Cbarte teeM t. Sa TUJST rsmioled ew Patwremef tEnglishb s ad Amesu Carpetingl , seh as VYve ad enuel Tapesry, * Dutc hVeitiao hr Halse ad Idrs, Drusets fr Crumb Chubs, Window shedes Hair cloth; Tnae and Phin Covev; Floor Oi cloth, of varuies qualities, eat st halhead roosus All l w!an or elbred at the lowres maret Paias. 1(71 A BROUSSEAU & (k STICn TO TAI-PrAIRs. 8HERIFF'S OFFICEl S Pari usrlrt lle ap S,13L L A w pe w Ihave not yet paitr a ItE ad Pais Tua , me basby autis d usahk psmat of the sem e to me, at mey ies, a ti ye 1T, T. Grace, i. his imedi ia the Pari~,h thisL ha t . Plut o Bly mels, otherwise lgl measures will psitively ek takes toa ir issd pIymset. All panma saisi ieaan- ea o Par. Ish-wi tanigy heda. sod to the pepr ath·ri e u they t at me peid themn - alaus wlkhlhe same. d m ia . seed be expected, s nem eas or wal he mU A STII BLANC2AD I nyql shid - CHOICE G IROCERIE . COAS. w. rOWT a co., ESPECTFULLY invite the public to all I and examine their stock o1 iroceries and Preduce, Being satisfied that they can show them a sto,. , interior to none ever brought to this market which they offer at Lower Prices than havy been paid heretofore. The following i,. among the leadihg laiticles generally requiic. all ol which are of a superior quality--vz Mess Beef, Hay. Mess Pork, Flour Clear SiJds, Rice, Smoked Meats. Colfee, Blreakfast Ilacon, Sugar, Icef, Lard, Beans, Dried APllee, Corn, Oats, Suert Oil, Old Burbon Whisky, Oilt, P"intn. Ohl Family Brandies, &, &c., c. Besides many other articles too nomerous to mention-together with aspendid stock uF lancy Groceries. aile0I C. N. ROTH & :(O. Sa Dry Goods I Dry Goods! AT KREDUCED FROM and after this date, I will sell at Prime (' st, the balance of my stock, on aceasat of r.e hard times, lor Cash only. Oem O.wl e 0me AlU ! MW LIacE' Shawls at $5 a pierr !-iA Jaconnetsrnd Organdy at 26 eta. per yr,.l English Beige, Flounced Robes, Puaso!re, Mantillas, l'at, &c., all at -I"DIME COST ! Call at the store aid take your choirs. my5 LEOPOLD K LHN. 5itae of LouI.issinoa--rprish, of jh /,*, - 5th .luli,'ial Distt., (,'our. ,, In ,Matter of Estate of Retgal:. M;,lat: cen and D-trville Late.ix. W IIERF.\8: CLE(, PHAS R|h61\\ ha. this day filed in this Court his rt1i as, count of administration of the Estate ol I,\.dl. Malangon and Dorville LaCroixr. both dec td. Notice is hereby given to all whom it ,...v o,r cern to show cause within Thirty days (r.u th,-. date, why the filia TIableau of Admimtl isp..l aloresaid, should not be homologat.d asn' i..I a judgement of this Court. and the bond it t1. administrator cancelled and annulled. iberville, June 20, 1861. ju22 M. A. ESTEVAN, Clh . Etar! dlcit i.i.i,.--Paroisu'clb,,lr . , ('onr ,ii ,'i,'e I)tl ridt Jdsieir'e Dans In Successiton de fsusa Rioslic Melatic,,n & IDrrille L.:r'l,i. A TTENIDU, que CLEOPHAS BARB' i at ", . jour enltias en cette Cour son T.4l'.l.. final d'adninistration de Ia sunecession de Sit Resalie Melanson and I)orville LaCroix. Avis eat par le present dented tolls eis.' ,tut, eels concerne de deduire sans treat jou. 4. I.. date de ce presect lea raisons pour lesqtsu· i Ie dit Tableaus final ne serait pas bomol qi4 ft fait le judgment de cette Cour et le easautae ment annult6. lberville, le Join 20, 18til. ju22. M. A. FISTEVAS, Gre6er. S$60 REWARD! A REWARD of $0 will he give for th, ap 1 prehension of Runaways Chalrlen, Je* and Jeos,-or $25 for the artest aad delv, y of each of said slahves to the lnderaiged. * CHARLES is abont 35 ear el6--' 9 in. high, black. stout, with grly looking countemane, and long, busby hal L i d belongs to Charles Nettleto. . JOE is a grit-about 1 yrs. el--5 I. is. hbig, stout, speaks in a very slow, drawltr g ne ner, and has largo mole on oe side of his Ass& ; and JOSH, La tather, a ged looking ld ulrk.q. aged about 50 years, 5 t. 8 i. high-will wiwgh about 145 lbs., and beolgate Ms. MUy lhpglh lit. As these negroes are sppo to bave been harbored, all persnsa are herebye admed that the penalties of the law will be strictly elurneit aga;nt say one consaling or harborinrg inme LAUGHL.IN & NIETT, "ia,, "Down Hooa" 'r4 mytS Grand River. Ibv -l. . Ja m "tsdooo at A^ nJ. A. on@3 .4W, GROCERY STOR1, A lot at QFr\sh] eries .d.·,eCeks F.ouai,ca, Corrs, LAD, I-leu, Suuetmu', SoAP, AC., ki.. ' SMOKING A CUWlwQ TOqald'. Wbiehwilu hbe rs eape ; cash 017n. K10 GRllkfY1 TWO$. ESPECTFULLY iJforms his ied ued e3d Ma c GEt, R Ud as 1pen A Pinse 8~tee - f' Which are abrded at the IOW IS? tJ' FOR CASH, bwer thanu a be p rT site whet, this plact. RO bIs Floor Oo(ee, Sugar, caadle. Baso., Hams, lard, R6j Liquors, Oil, Ac., Ac,, .Ar,' Aid in ,t everytbingruully t Ih e tal, liesst, together'i a km' 'd. r, ney ,,.-,. Selected i+ tho ofr wMrtVA -ll )' Jere:s . : At*.*, M* jwa.& _ David Ne. 1us* wit he at ,wage Sew Reege Curt iiM eemi~,md edm gao By seque a Iw ends Wa t lagal be'l eagal Caps. H.. Parmrot. - ,. Addus him at Plaqasid (jel . 2000 '