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sociation.
r7 1, ambe tAngtin ,f tL. Yung *'- TOlI ecuto
4dfl q AsS Mtion on tuJlA)' EhiNI\G next,
at O'ritfaO Church. to which time a Lecture on
the Eye 1bL desiered by I)r. Il).tc'c i.h . The pub
hihr diw drtiiuL rip-are respetfully invited
totstd. d. . PtYSN. MS eccetarc.
Wmt4--A Himband.
Up&yOW My.' otf bia parish. about lfP ters nefae.
psfeitWieattt income, with a~'.,o.d prospect
aE i tbe*55ls, i aid by her friratt to be pretty
getdt i, od ofa very mild. ciea'fol despuettion.
is senisM to enLte into the matrioPculal tie with an
lY getbiap of good educatilr, gentlemanly Tuan
s addi6ct6 to no vices, and not too thirty years of
s1
s,1'ýttreteet confdence obner'ee".
AM,.a, $PLINA Imatmc Reole. Ia.
A1i1 Steen Engine for Sule.
AIVtAU I YTIAM JN(hINE, in use but a short time,
A ey rider S by 19 iu: hln one t;idr 14 feet tons
54 l5Cdierento. Iwo ten iltch frees, chimney any
hare. ali e and ilb running order. c Icrice
tr to .rOSB'A SEAL 11
pANKLINB HOUSE.
el4*4 WWI1. K3fNI.W ); TAIIIISLtlM.NT has
tb msgh7hly r n-ertait~aedi renovated, and its
rmttrrietar would reupeifallr invite the atten
u" l of his t Haha R+iIt.F friends and potren. to
see eey itporta5t fart hi. Liquors are TIll, HFT
.s thei 6-liI OVS
'tth Ucan be hba. and Lie Iealitiee I'·r ¶F.?'1'!
MIX VP-in any shape. ftne ~r manr 1 ruau
6imt G teics house a call and .stiofv o orseleeg.
d2478U-ins. FELIX1 LENARtl.
Confectionary.
ýLJ sr esteiesl hy stealner G;endta fssn Ne York.
Gs Mayingt articles fur the H".tilaei:
CONY TION l IB.:~(.LKJ S (O~itf~ii,
ptKCLTOý FRti1T+. Ytl.RER;t1Y, Hi.AL'Ki3FRR
ANDI'rtRA'T41CM Di ll's,'~
31tNHtclli) r.P-IFT tittlY,
AMOttThIICRttli tIo) BOie'.
NKIIJWMIRtY PR~tEA. PAIRItLPI' CARAWAY,
A JRhtT) CELERY ?EEl1
YIlK AND MYRI1L'U CRIA' Id:Rt,
PSAMLFA SC-GAR At Klc, 1t-,
LEON AN'D ttSr11S' I .-1r ft!:.
At~.SIKTE9 s1TIsTA Flttt'Th, iCREAMA CHtXtYATE.
1MLLY1'RALI~r+, PPES.EP T 7YRCCCI'ILW, 8:c.,
IMiZVAKP: IiRNA.tkLhN\Te.
Li)W t HfASKhE. J .tIAZ Il.IIITTN and BEANe,
5JRWUF>EALi'x IN lIh, , ifLUWYHtUITS,
4AftICAItCIR aoni -U(ttAK TI)YS,
WISlT PASTE Ia f r ,taot.
CKTKtAUZY..EII KASI'HERY lltl. Ls,
APPIZ FRITITtKul'et,
WJtTPlttFIBIt C lFEP -IT CAR ALKONII,
QIATL Wilt BONS with leaHvS,
ltaIOrATED BOX BOSt4,CI.tNRft.
jar S F. MCU2b.MAN.
H. T. W ADIILL,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
ahurch trw;, ato&Reaw., La.
""UF·Pi topl~.tiy in hand, a fresh nnppkv of X.
K RAid'San4R.ys . A wBIl;HT -SfITHVALI.- 1
A W'1MM Y and J1ANCY AItTVlk:I- , directly from
bYl adeIpbia. eontpriing the exquisit4
PI At'D ) ttR Mih . to
MQWOUJD LXTRA(Tq, w
VIgAMO1 POMADTE, to
ISAMONIli) URN COYADF.
MILK of ItOS-b,
N1LýTrMATtflhFri.
DLAMONOD CC1% t T,
WATERI' TOOT!] $5OAP, 1)
NTTRlTIVE(1tR AU.
FRR I{ CON) R) IK WATIER, g)
MEIDICINE (1 IHETf,. it
COMN1:NY WATER,
Gl.OAR4WARE forDIiUGGISTS
TUILF l'OWDIIER,
CACHOU FtOR SOK.RS,
N4UBRINGO BOT'LWs r
PBWrVIC JARS,
PERFUMERY.
HAIR OLS.
RICE Fut'R,
MKIE(S' FARINA. r
AMROW ROOT AND TAPIOCA,
(X)MYOiITN)N 1-()WI KER',
MICR*KOPF~S,
GCM DlROPS,
i4PONGES,
FLE1H PFAL;RI BARLEY,
)IIETAL TNTRUKKNTS,
ItIR SEED.
Pk'NSARI .
it., H. T. WAT)l)tL.
AM asZrtment of diltorent sizes, superior qual
ty, oea ead and for ale tb
jAsl H. T. WADDILL.
!'taw for 1Smokers.
/ PJ:u isdu:ngrDg in smoking will find this arti.
515 h.l55laIO as a breath destroyer. for sale by
jet 5 H. T. WADDILL.
GOLDMAN & WEILMAN'S !
43'LC)1RIOT'T 81V'3N W W~
THE FALL SEASON HARS OPEKD,
AT TIr nEw O=LEARS CHEA? STORE.
NOW I$ THE TIME FOR BARGAINS!
'1R 11415 RERPECrItiuLY INFORM the lbalbfr
T tants of Baton Rouge and vicinity, that we have
ia atera our aupply of
PUal atsd W'nnerQ pis:o'ka
lath wk the Sa of LADIfS and QIEETiEMR. cot
afatiligof aery gxPSlVgE and WMLL-8ELJCTED
Pcu ', De astfe,`$taple Dry 500d-, Nw'
memory, Trktmniua e, ee.
_LeUNtIM tb avery rcka 40 I)?CwHD and
f Pol s T6 GO01I of the latest syl, in
(ha i fata be 4esbud t eemnpietu a iAtba' sad
heat's strolte.
T~o Ue PuMbek
' ý a S·ad tt 3 , '` t aka fNlot Rm stil
toae One! Ct ae nl lI
tai beaarMlied at Ute aid Wao4adof the Xew
ap Story tanner of Lfaylette and Laurel
sdllrkF1L C
A. M1ONTAN & BROTHER.
Just Received. -
L.( BB FRESH CURRENTS.
1 case GENOA CITRON.
10 boxes CIDER.
1I bbl. DRIED APPLES,
10 boxes M. R. RAIINS,
:0 t, boxe, ca
2 doeon SHAKERPRlENERVES.
2 " FRE.Si TOMATh, in cans.
2 " P' EACHI S
2 PRUNES, dri&.
, , EMON SYRUP
4 FREINCH FRU5, in own juice.
4 YANKEE "
4 " HRANDY FRI FS.
W1 oR('ETERSHIRE SAUCE
4 UND)RWUOP'' 'ICKLRS, gla, pts, qta. in
4 WORRELL & PLEAS Pickles do. ret
10 " W. R. LEWII k (X.'d " do.
4 " CROtrSE BLACKWEI.L8 In q'ta.
l)' OLIVES,
10 CAPEKI,
10 boxes CHOCO()LATF, a
4 dozen L·1)TEiRS, in cans.
4 AI.ON
1 PEPPFR hAUCE.
20 " MUSTARD. k
6 cases FANCY CANDI.ES.
5 • R(K:K
I doten BOKRR'S BITERS. -
1 WAINUT KETCIU'P.
4 " TOMATO "
4 " GOCUI.EY BITTER.S
Just received per steamer 'Music" and for sale by.
A. MONTAN & BRO.,
jan 5 Corner Church aul Third streets.
j .Hs Shoulers and Sides for sale by,
jan L A. MO.NTNAN BRO.
---- a
10 sacks RIO COFFEE.
10 " JAVA "
2 " MICIA'
For sale by
jan 5 A. NTrTA? & B RRO.
-rerckeeel, Hetr1 s, 8
]L 10 kits NO. 1 ACKEKEE,
10 bbls. NO. 2 "
10 kit~ IR)i HERRINO,
2 bbls. "
25 boxes DRIED HERRING,
,000 lbs. COD FlSI.
500 boxes SARI)INES.
For sale by
jan 6 A MON'TAN & BRO.
.JOSH U BEAL.
Corn, Oat, LHay and Bran.
200 bag. PRIME OATI., new crop.
150 "" CORN.
10 " BRAN.
100 BAI.LE HAY a
In store and for arole by
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAI. RI
H lfwDBatn Sit. Losd lilour.
rI 0 hall' barrels ST. I.I FOUtR, in store and
fr sale by
Jam b JOSHUA BRAL.
"orthern Patoees.
20 barr.sl eUn large Northern RL'Hi POTATOES,
jiat receivei and for sal. by
ase 5 JSHUA REAL.
.ungltth Walnuts.
2Wu punds tine ELNGIANLI WALNUTS, also a fine
at tety of other kinds of naut at retail by 1
;au 5. JOIUA nFEAIL
LTnCe Chewing Tobaeeo.
A large oLt.o of varswto Irrard.o fafe CHEWING t
i tBAi( 1 ). jvst received and for sale bR
Jan . JIOSHL'A BEAL.
400 rerOivedi 400 has prime White COHN
jan 5 HA BF..
ii.or Cow Fesd.
('nb and Corn Meal. t *pledid feed for cows and
stt generally. Price 40 cents per bushel.
jan 5 JOS4HUA RFAI.
andeth's Galrden Seeds.
. A lArg and well selected stock of Landetho eel
er,,tt tGarden seeds. ju-t received at for usle by
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAL.
(ape Lime.
C( 100 arret, of this superb Lime now in stohr
aud f!r tale by
;.n 5 JOSAT;A RFEAL.
lresnh (irosau. Corn Meal.
. The undersigned havirg in operation a Stanm
t,urn Mill. kerps on hand at all times a goo rusuply of
Corn Meal chopped feed and Bomony UA
jaI LJOgUA BDAL.
B 2t) duen BROOUMS, just on hand from St. Louis
andI for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA REAL.
rlnter I ard OIl.
1 A choice article for sale at retail at
jan i JOSHUA BEAL.
TTnbelted Flour.
U 60 barrels UNBOLTED FIOUITR for Graham bread,
Just receivtd and for sale at retail by
jan 6 JOSHUA BEAT..
DOUGLAS C. MONTAN.
I ardware I Hardware II ,
HIaving removed to the stan4 kormerly occupied
by .loshua Beal. and having received large aceresons
to my satok, I would &olicit persons in want of Hard
ware, Wood and Willow ware, House Furnishing, kc.,
to give me a call beforr purchasing elewhere.
jan 5 P. '-. MONT,.I , Church street. an
Stovrs I Stoves !
I7 A large snpply of Imall Franklin, Coal, S sites in
Diamond, Paftor, Oval Cannon-ball, ialf-oval, priz,
premilum cooking, Crrescnt, four hole, Maytlower
small and large; ibrge wood, Kentucky dwarf. Cook
ing and Heatnog Stoves.
June Grates, semi-fronts, whole fronts, Gothic,
square and plain ditto on hand, and for sale low b)
jan 5 D. C. MoVFTAN, Church street,
r trou n t I Hartla'a s
L KENToCKY MUhIARD 50 dos. in ,, ,, and l]t in
packages, in store and for aPds B r
jean 5 WM. G0)1, IDraggist.
STwo with large drawers ad one with shelves
underneath for sale low as they are in the way.
H orse Collars und Hayarnes
On banl by
jan 5 D. C. MONTAN, Cbhuch street.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
w A ell aetedaasuortnent just recelved Also
some of Johnatban Crooked celebrated utlery. for sale
at THO. GOLDI.i .II.l
. 'ett BraeD ets and Crosaes.
S A large a.sortment just received and for sale at
red ,ced pries by
jan a THWIO. GOLDMANN.
wo secondhanded Shaw es.
For sale low by
S jan 5 THEO. GOLDMAK"_.
A d ine assortment just rece red and
for sale cheap by
jan 5 THRO. Ool4XAN.
lar CIeeks.
A or sale by
bi- jan's TWJ). OOLDMA.I"
Uentllae h. uote4sin .
G Jut r vued ad sale at
jan 5 TBE. GOLDX. KN.
J n j ncyy bozea to match at moderate prices.
a- For salelw by T. G.LDM.A .
For ret* at •D. C- M A
Jm a Church street.
ew -- W pri der1 .
Aver r •F ýRl If .... . • __,
WILLIAM BOGEL.
A noe assortment just openingt at
dec. 6 '6. WR. JOU EL'S, ranggist.
Hot Cake In t
Delicioa liht anes and no mistake, if you
cad for Yeast powder at
dore '65 WM. BOG(EL'81)rugglit.
A re yo Dspept in
S ae Bogel's German Bitters or I'.tlles de at
Ve'hy d dec 5 '55 Bru
aratlaees for theToQTlet.
Sepa, Pomades, Perfumes, Satehets, Powder,
ouge, Llliy White. Shell, IBulalo Horn, eoarse and
line Combs Brushes of all kinds, a new supply just at 1
receive d by t 1
de b 65 WM. BOGi(L, Druggist ard
hUrmeton 4 HatrdIns. J o
Kentucky mustard 5( dos. in k;, ,% and lh pack- b
ages¶tn store and for sale by
dec 6 '66 WIM. BOGEL, Druggist.
tha
tarch, Stareh. the
bJ 20 boxes Colegiates Superior Pearl Starch, the for
best in use, for sale in any quantity by is
dere 6, 5 WM. IOGEXI., Druggist. t,
.a kes, Cakes a
J Spices. llaroring Extracts and Rose Water. For
sab. by Wmu. IBOGEL, Druggist. abd
____ -- -------- nta
n time of Peace Prepare'for War. not
I haw's Ctholera Cyrup hiouh. be pUv ervery planta- nI
tion. It is a .neerrign retnedy for t,,lera. Cholera I
Morbus, Dlarrhtr, Dysentery, and will give a mwot in
stant relief to tramp in the ltorma,:h. Give it a trial
-your money will be. refundeel if it does not turn out
as represented. Price 50cent for4 oz. bottler orlarger
aire $1. For sale by
jan 5 WM. OGEL, Druggist.
NEW ADVERTISFMENTS.
NEW GOODS!
lFlHE TNDErSIGNED have just received by the latelt an
I arrivals from Europe, a splendid assortument of
goods, vie :
FPIENCH WMERIN)6,
MUSLIN lNE I.AtNI' , a
CILOTHS for MANTILLAR, n,
FREN('H and t:NSLUSH MAANTnJ.AS, A
PLAID ilI,KS of different colors,
BLACK IDAMASK CLOAKS, o
do CIOTH CAISI.MERE. , Ia
CA.. I NFTN, U
CHALLENES CASSI'MRIES, A
('IKTAIN DAMAK.tiS. dt
GE'TIiMEN'S o 1.ITHING of all kinds, rc
PLANTATION G(olbO, e
BOYTS and SIl(FS. ,
and an assortment (,f goods too numerous to mention. to
SlWFor sale at h i usual low prices at the Blaton
Rouge Cheap ;tore, South Boulevard.
nov '21 '5., P'. CIoI''IN & COl.
FURNITURE STORE. U
JACOB PIPER,
SFURNITURE WAREHOUSE
B3aton Uouge, £a.
HrlE under.igoed respectfully mufIrms the citizens of
)Int antd Wenct llltou liougle, that l-. has just re
IC calve~ and is ons,tantly rereeving a large supply of I
FUKRNTI'KE, which he otters for sale IOW. 4 tis at
all tlmes prelpared to MANI'FATICH E furoiture of all
Sdeseriptions and on the most rreaonable tertm. lHe
invites A ViSIT from his frwn,. bt-fore purci.uong III
t tie city His pres.ut eupl iy consist al1
Armoire. HBdsteadl.
Bureaus.
Sile:-bardsl.
Center.
Niue
Chairs of every description, and
lIuing
Tables,
Settees,
Fofas,
Mirrors, Waashtands,
itecree ari,
I- and in fact every article in the furuiture line.
jan 12'63y JACJJII I'IFt.
jan rY'noy .d+,..,,. i . 'ui
bab
JOHIIN TILAN O.
WORKEIt IN TIN, COPPERI AND S1IE/r IRON. pxn
, TilE oubgeriter respectfully tI.a t·cae to, inform his n
frien.ds and the putblic generally. 4f thlt and the
a.ij.oinm Parishes, that he is now plrepared ti eaeout,'
all work in the above line, in the tb .t an;d most wora
manlike manler
T . ready at all time4, to make or repair
Steam.
Supply.
Cold water.
Escapeand
and
Stope Pipes of
every kind, quality and description.
Broeching,
Tin or Copper Gutters, p s y
Spoust or Valley or
for lining Cornices, made and put up. Always on der
hand. a gen, rt al~iortnment of Tinware, Sugar.house s
l.amps, Iantern. Oil Cans, ke., Re. A.
*i. All orders from the country promptly attendeda th
to. ..ilN TI1.ANO,
Church Street. ton Rouge. for
art
JOSEPH IRcKITRICK,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, i
T AM PREPARED to take contracts in my line. All in
work done with neatness and deapatch. fr
$p All kinds of jobbing done at a short notice. mi
N. B.-Plans for Public enad Private buddings, city re
and country hboses, cottages. suburban rillas, c.. us
given up.n hbe most approed style. ,
- Shop en Florida stret; i;Ast of Maine, in the pa
in the rear of the Presbyterian Ohurch.
March 6.
ASHBURY REGER,
HO)CSE, SIG(N AND ORVAME.NTAL PAINTER
NY or lart given me for House. Sign, or Ornamentt
al i'ainting, I'aper-hanging, and Glazing, will mee
with prompt attention. As I am permanently located In
in Baton Rougo. and as it is my interest to gave gene.
ral satisfaction, I shaU thy to do it.
Wep. 2H, 1842. ASHBrr RFG fR-.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
DEALER IN CLOCKSE WATCHES,
AND
JTerelry.
EIaWgY OU31 BATON ROUI LOUIbtIANA.
17 iEPS constantly on hand, a large and beautiful
n. assortment of CI.lCK . WATCHI- and JEWEL
RyI- which ihe offers to the citizens of East and West
Batuen Rouge and vicinity, on reaaonable terms.
Nov. let 1854.
T1o Adebteti, ntiaderx, Contra.to, Plan
teas sana obel.
f p UNDEtS'IGNED would respectfully inform d
Builders. Planters and the community at large,
that he is now fully prepared to manufacture by steam
power, at hbort notice and moderate prices, Oval, Gothic
or Beitled Window-sash, all kinds of Pannel and Sash
Doors, either Axed or revsrting Door and Window
Blilnds, Door and Window Frames, Base, Moulding, &e.
Plaining, Tongneing and Grooving, turning of every
- description.
Plank dressed to order of any width under two feet,
and of any thickness under three inches. Timbers I
dressed perfectly true, of any length under thiirty.flve
feet long and twenty inches square.
P- All orders addressed to me through the Post
office, or S. M. Hart & Co., of Baton Rouge, will meet
prompt attention.
jan 6 J.W. BROWN.
W. A. HANNEY & CO.
DR.AERS IN
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
Bats, Capl , Straw Goode, Umabrellas Le,
No. 47 Canal treet, New Orleans.
AprIl 12 1854.
A. W.CAMERON.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
UIý'LL IXECUTE In a fatghfbuland workmnlawirk mnen
TV nor. all contracs for building or other wrk in
his line, which may be onfided to him.
(Order adireseed to him through the, Iatope5 will
rirve'ipre5pt attention..
t t bh f 'Wlt
SHERIFF'S SALE%.
BTATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGE.
S1XT1 JtDICIuL isrCr crocr.
In the matter of the succesrion of PAujnr FORar, and In
AGoraunct HBC.mAr his wife, both dec'd. No. 684.
B Y VIRTUE of a commission to me directed in the
above succession from the Sixth Distret I.ourt ,
in and for said prish and State, will Ir offered at sale f
at public auction to the last and highest bld¢er, at icr
BruslcI Landing, In this pariah, on / t
Strday the 1~th dayof Jauzary next, $e
18., '
at 11 o'clock A. M., the followinrg pPwerty btLmgongng t
to the saUesrcion of Paulin Feret acdl : usatne Ricsh
ard, his wife both deo'd. To wit: :
A certain iract of laud situated in this parish and
contaiug about nineteen superficial arpents. and lying
back of lands of Treville landry, hMunded in front by
lands Bernard Pe} rodnin, Augustine Allet and Treville arp
Landry, borve by those of Thomas Miller and Trinidad. ad
back by Corvillo Foret and Pierre Foret, and beloir by Imj
those of Bernard Pe ronint, said land hbrh"i subject to
a servitude of a Road on the lower line of the eanae,
for the use of the lands of the double coucession, and Air
is now leased or hired to Treville Landry, for and du- 6
rin the term of four years, said leaseendingin January ont
1868.
Ales the negro wnoch Ma.aguerite, aged 86 yearn.
Terms of sale--The land and slave on a credit pay. for
able in three equal installments, all in the imrnth if
- arch, 166, '67 and '58, purclhaaer to furnish their
note. enlorsed to satisfaction of the adtminitrator and
m-Urrgage retained on the property until final payment. tbe
a West laton Rouge December 10, 1866. ter
VALMONT FORET. Admr.
t ETAT IDE LA LOUlllANE, in
r PAROISSE D'tUJEST BATON ROUG0E, I
coca ir ,arxaax e rrrer rrnrcaas. sal
Dan l'affaire des succesio,n de lPautrL FonWr et de sa me
feame Actugrse RIcrano, tous de.dbis. No. b34.
for
- TN VITU d'un commission a mol adreasee dane th
iles ueraits Succeesiorn par Ia .rxiime (Cour dre lt th
tract pour Ina Paroine et ltat nu. die it sera ofert on Ca
rcute publique., at plus offranotat deruier enehrisseur
t au Brults lao ding dans cette pariuss. ..
Samedi le 12me de Janvier prochain,
1856,
a 11 hears A. V., leo proprirettrl4 .alvantes, apparte
nant aux succeasion de PauliDoort et de sa fremme,
Augustine Richard, uje~~6 ux dccries, savoir:
Una certain morrreu de terrekltui dans cette par
oisse et contenant environ dix-ner4f arpemn de seper.Civ
Ia dite terre se trour e r arrire 4er terren de Trevile
Landry, born-e en haut par terres de Bernad.byroin,
Augustin Aillet etTrrville landry, en hautprterres 1
de I)rrville For.t, et en has par rclles de Bernard Pey
ronin, Is dire terre itant .oumise. i Ia servitude d'un h
chemin sur Ia Ligue inferieure uo Iusge u deterrea de Ia j
double cneesrr ion, et iorce a lravillr Landry lour le ni
a. terme de quatre ans, le loyer expirera en Janvler 1858.
m IDe plus-la uncrre-se Marguerite ages te 35 ats.
Termue de Is veuteu-La terre et Irselanve serunt yen. i
dues payable en trois termes igaux en Mars 1856. 1957 to
et $848. I, acqauireurs devront fournir lerrs bilblts 1)
endosear s laa Mtisfaction de I'administrats-ur, et hypo
thi.,nue spe.ciale retenue sur la propriete jusqu'au lpi a
ment aual. a
truest Baton tRoagr 10 Dee. 18:5. el
VALMONT FORET. Adrmnistrateur. 11
ETAT DE LA LOt-lSANE,,
Parolse dPOmaest Baton Rouge,
0 -r r ,rirxts rurnucr :Utrrlsa.
of Ians I affair de Ia Succession de AroLua Hshmarr dse~
at id. No. 42'3.
SVERTI'E d'un comnmisn.iqa a moi adresse darns
S la suledit hScrreasiu. par la:Sirieme District Judi
car.e p:r la susdit paroisse et rlot. ii sera olfrrt en
rentLe pblique an plus ofTrant at dernief enehrrireur.
a la residence de John Conway . .Pette parornr.
Snnedtl le 9nem iwiy.deprwnlhan 1ris B e
is 11 heures Ar.. laI proprirte durrnte appartenant a
is succal-ion de ton Adolphr Hebert. Savoir:
Un certain mori(au d, terre Arur- en cettu paroirer a
quarante arpens du tlenvc Missicippi aynnt deux ar
pens de face llus au moins, aec uon prof.mdeur de
qnarante arpens, honrnrr en heaut par terre de Jean
ltlptiote l.rjuon. en hars t eu verrnt par celle de rame t
A. Wood., aver leo batisse et amelioration qui sy-trou- 1
vent.
Term" et Conndition de la vents--Deux cent piastres
comptant le jour de Ia vente---u Septieme et quart
d'uon eptlme dann an as du jur de la vente, rt la
balanrre payables a i majorit.edeosmineurs I'aequiereur
o lei acquiereurs retiendrsns Il montant reveuant as
mineurs en payant annulhment un interatA de hbult
I. 1our cent du jour de in veute our le septiimr et un
bis quart payable dans on an et hypothrque retcuue sur)
Sdite terre jusqu' payment n eti,-in final.
SOueat auton RiugsI le 2 Janver. 1815t.
. Wa. wHITrE, . .6
ST'ATE OF I.OUISIANA. -
Paiseh of West Baton Rouge,
ru JtrCmx LUr. rIuCT roxrT.
Ih matter of the surcer ion of AI.Lrnos HIIsrT, de
crosed, No. 49. at
) VIRTUF.of a comm tinn to me directed in the
abore entitled rcey .n, from the 1th Iditrict B
l)ourt in and for said Parish State, will be ofer.w
for sale at public auction to t.last and highest bid- .
der at the residence of ittn Conavy in this Parish, on d,
taturday 9th ofFebhruary next, i56--at 11 o'clock
A. M , all the following described property belonging to
the succession of Adolplh lHebert, deceased; to-wit: t
A certain tract of land situated in this Parish at is
forty arpents from the Mississippi river, containing two J.
arplnts front more or leoI, with the depth of forty ar- F
pents. bounded above by landsof Jean Baptist Lejeune, is
and below and in front by those of Frame A. Wood., o
with the buildings and improvements thereon. Terms
of ae-Two hundred dollars cash on the day of sale,
1 one veenth and one fourth of one seventh in one year
from the day of sale, and the balance payable as the
minors become of age, the purchaser or purchasers to
retain the amount coming to the minors by paying an
uslly eigh. per cent internet on the same from the day
of sale as alo popen the one seventh and one fourth
e paable in one year and mortgage refainet on said land
till paid. WM. WHITE D. S.
West Baton Roage, Jan. 1d 1856.
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
STATE OF LLOISIANA.
PARIsH OF WEST BArTON ROUXE,
1t t15 3m7cu1. tanriucr 6005r.
In the matter of the Succession of A Z1n a MAIEnt,
e deceased. No. 284.
"rHEREAS, Peter Lafton has applied for the ad
mn mioitration of the above Sues~sion,
N.tice i. hereby given that all opposition to the ap
pointment of saild Petre Laiton administrator afore
said. must be filed in the Clerk's Oflice of said parish
within ten days from the publication hereof.
Clerk's Of3ee, this 21th day of iee. A. o .185.
W. B. CHIAMBERLAIN, Clerk.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE,
ut PABOIIoE D'OUEST BATON ROUGE,
G sn Do ean aDuscr.
t Dana i'sffaire .de di successlon d'A.e3 XALoss
de No.l84.
ATTENDUque e tre I a fat appliation poor
PAoadministration de la St
aw Avis eat par lea preente do q o oppmitin
is uomiuatltn do dit Petri Laden comms admoinis
trateur sundit, devra etre f .i dan.s 1 OBce du Grefier
m de la dite aroisse dan, les les jour qune suvront Ia
publication dea preetets.
S Bureau du O Geer a 29 Decembre 1856.
tic W. B CHAMBERLAIN, GreMer.
cT. BIATE OF LOUISIANA,
ry PARISH OS EAaST BATON ROUGE,
smtaI JTDI1A. mtsr 3 tf t.
er n matter of the Saoceasion A. as and
Ive HEsisu Laffnast, his wile, irpg e - No. 485.
it UT SRA , Mglotre C. 1* tutor ofthe minor
eat Vheirs aforesaid sueces s Sd aProvisiona
Tableau of his administration in
Notic is hereby given that I tion to the
homelegatlos of said tableau mir.h ysn the office
of theCark of sid pfaih, wii, ty days from the
W. B. CHbMAIi IN, Clerk.
ETAT DP E LA LOUISIANI,
An gUag ETflU' BATON ROUGE,
cos ano sarsU s aurlslD Wmrante
Dansaahires de sa Sweeeselon ithb P PAtL BAuln et
- Hzrasnsa attus, tqu deaxdhoed6s. No. 488.
T TTNDU quoa C. eiýeBs T'tePr de, her
S itie nsineude dlI Sn ,a _nepe. an.
Saccessin.
Avis eat par os pre-ate -euate oppoi-
tO tion'gaI' ra olo s4 - e wss- s- itts'
k in it dsas l'Oaee dn Grefler s dSitce petr ., dane
lee treats j qne gal a es.wu lt is ploeiiatia dee pet*
wil s .5-; -mo. ' + ; *2) 90 .p
diiPLOLI IlW r
SHERIFF'S SALES.
STATE OF LOU)ISIANA, A
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGE.
attMh cD.tLa mtraltr aora. A
In matter succession of Axa*seA Huawmr, widow JIA £
I,kaos, deceased. No. 535.
Y VIRTUE of a ommissfon to me directed in the
above entitled succession, fromntheiixth District
turt in caud for said Pariah and State, will be offerai tng
for sale at public AuctiOn. to the last and highest bid
dler, at the last place of residence of the deceased in
this Varish, on
Saturday, 12th day of January net,
18586,
A' 11 o'clock A. M., all the following property belong
ijg to the succession of Angelina llebert, widow Jean
Ihirss, deeased to wit ; I o
'A certain tract if laud sltuat in this pariah, at the
fdrhy arpents from the jver Minssisippi, mea- uring one
arpent front by forty in hdeth, bqundedabove by lands
of Eugene lan belo belwbyt~~.u e of Treville Landry,
acd in front by public Road, s he buildings and cix
Improvements thereon.
tii.mArs-Mary. negro woman aged abdiat 86 year, an
and her two chllbren, Victoria 4ged about 8 yeara, and
Amelia {ed 4 moaths. Frantoie, negro man about
60 years, also, tlel following sovable property, via:
one brown borse, six heads of cattle, also a lot of
hounshold and kitehen furniture, and one lot of corn.
Terme of sale-The movable effects to tb sold cash
for all esnae of ten dollars and under, and for all umsn
teove tendollars payable in the month of March next. (3
1856, purchasers to furnish notes endorsad to the sat
isfaction of the Administrator, payable at the oice of -
the Recorder of this parish, and beating 8 per cent in
terst after due till paId.
The laud to be shld payable in three equal install
ments. the fraet payable in all March 1867, the second
in all the month of March 1868, and the third and last
in all March 1556.
The slaves to be sold, one tenth cash on the day of
sale, and the balance to be paid in three equal Install- J
ments, in all the month of March of the years 147, -
'58 and 'M8. The purchasers to furnish their notes
for said land and slaves, endorsed to the stiatfaction of J
the Administrator, payable at the offiee of Iecorder of on
this Imrish, bearing interest at the rate Of eight per -
cent per annum after maturity until paid, and nwrt
gage retained on said land and slaves until full and
tfnal paysemt.
Weat Baton Rouge, December let 1866. T
p Wk. WHITE, D.. .
ETA.T DE LA LOUISLNE, J
PAROISSE D'OIUEST BATOII ROUGE,
cor orR DerasM JUtIDa 5U.
Dans l'alkire de la succession de Ad3aona Hamr,
veuve Jl. . DhIaes, deebede. No. b .
EN VERTU d'une commisnsin lane~ dan la a sudite
- uestson. at a mol adressioe par honorable cour do
bn s' Diutrict Judiciare danu et pour la dite 'aroiss
j elposeral en vente publique, au plusoffrant an der
niore roeidence de la defante en cette l'arise, at
Samedi le 12m Janvis prochain, 1856,
11 henrs A. .. leae t rproprtens aria decritee, appar
7 tenant Ial. succession de Angelina Hebert (veuve Jean
Slkiruo) des'iedi a voir.
Cn cert mory de erre Cit"b danas ette Paroln e
ia quarante arpents du Bteeo Miesissippi meaurant an
arpent de face sur une prufoofdeur de quarsnt arpettis
eont e ligne parallel. borne en ba. l pr terre de Inugene
Itlame en bas par cellle TrsiYlle landry et en avant par
un chemin pubhlque aved leE tJtse4 et amie.loration
qusiey-touvent. Aus4'les ctlavem aulvans, apparte
naut a a succession adedite, avoir;
Marie. nigresse femme. iigee d'environ 38 ans et sca
desu enfans, Victoria; iogee 8 ans et Amelia igie de 4
mois. F'rantols, negr homme, environ 8th aus a
qu'un eheval, six tetea do bites-a-cornes, un lot de
meubles menblant et batterie de cousine; ausi on lot
Stoo mIs. i
i. ('ditions de Is vete-Lea s effits mobillers soront
o venduc at comptant pour toute asumtne de dix piastres
I t sa de sous. et toute mme an dessuaede dix piastres,
h le asquereurs fouruiront l,,urs billets endoss-ees a la
sstisl.ction l'administrateur, payable a l'cfllce du Re
cor~er de eette paroisue avec internt a raison de hut
5 poor cent apris echit'ance jusqu'au parfait payment.
La terre sera vendue en troins termees egaux le premier
ai t'yuable en tout Mlars 1857. Iv deuxilmo en tout Mars
t 1.58. et Iu trouisi'me et deruier payable en tout Mars
i1869.
Isa e sclaves seront endue on diziome payable comp
Staut le jor de vents;: t la balance payable en trois
termea egaux cn tout Mirs des annes 1858-1858 at
1869. l. acquireurs fourniront letr billets pour la -
I dite terre et lee eetlaves. enduosis a a l satisfaction de
t I'administrateur payable a i'ofice du Recorder de
Ia eettre Pritsec, portant huit pour cent d'intiret par and
cr aprisechiance, et hypothque retetue our la terre et
x les eslaves jusqu't iprfait pa melat.
it O. Baton Rouge, Dec. ler 18 .
in-- Wry. WRITE. IR. !
the]
ETAT IE ILA IUUISIANE will
PARGIssE .aDOca'r BATON OVEse, as t
ou ltV a niala TrTamttc r Jr:OEDIAt mnt
Wnm. B. McCutchen & Co. Ve. Frame A. Woods. No. dish
1'2". and
rqN VERTU duone writ de Beri facias a mel addrwssne coal
dan I'affaires .i-deesus, dejacour di Sne district oats
pour Ia dite paroisse, et Etat, shtdit on date du 27me sui
jour de Novembre 1866, it setrs qert on vente publeqie
at plus otrant et dernier ecnerisaeur a Ia residence
de Yrame A. Woods e et
Samedi le 4me jou r Ndever prohlain H
S10 heures A. x., touts lesJ-olts, t.ls at int.rite de
defeudeur Frame A. Woods a Is proprict* iulvante,
tn certain oreau dn tamerre, alt en cette parisse son
rontenante quatre.-inorthrpei de supcflcie, borne en tha
has par trres de Thnompson W. Bird en errier par terra th,
James C. Woods en avant et haut per terres do tilt tea
Frame A. Woods ensemble avee Lebo attise et amelior- su
iation qui sy-troulant pour payer at satisfire s tit thi
ordre d execution. ti8
Condition de iL ventoe-comptant.
Ouet Baton Rouge iti-cmbre Ic 18,186..
We. WVITF, D. S. am
- - - . - .-. ----------- H.
bsATE UF IUISL NA. it.
PARISH OP 'EST BATON ROUGE, w
te.rT JrDICXAL DImTRTn or. c" .
Winm. B. Cutchen & Co. Va. Frame A. Woods. No. 1298. of
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Serl facias to me directed
D in the above entitled suit, of date the 27th day of Rs
November. 1855, from the Sixth J)ietrict Court in and
for said parlsh and State, will be pfered for sale at pub
lie auction to the last and highest bidder at the res
dence of Frame A. Woods in tLis Parish, on
Saturday the 4thldaof February neat -
at 10 o'clock ,A. ., all.e right, title and interet of
the defendant Frame A. Woods, in and to the following
described property to-niti
A certain tract of nd situated in this petish having of
eighty superficial aa.t.ns. bounded below hy lands of a
Thompson W. Bicr,, In the reaiby James C. Woods, in lb
front and above by ands of dli Frame A. Woods, to
gether with all the improvements thereon. g
Seised in the above entitled suit. o
Terms of sale-Cash on the spot. C.
West Baton Rouge, Dec. 1, 186. WHITE, D.
$16 W. WHITE, D.I
U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.
UNITED STATE3 CIRCUIT COURT
Eastern DisUrtat of Loesleans.
D. R. WawAw Vs. Jzees FwULoe k als. No. 2278.
B VIRTUE of. an aliaswit of terl facia to mean
r)rected in the aboe est sU sue, I wiloll to the i
r highest bidder at the Court Hounse in the Pariah of West
Baton Rouge on ]odayy the 2d day Fehrutaty 1866, at n
12 a., the following described bland seisd as the proper
ty of the defendant F. A. Woods; vi.: a
A fraction of the N. quarte of section No. 80,
- Township eight, Range 12 East, also the fraction of S.
E. quarter of the section. Township and *.rge afore
said, ontaining in the aggregate One Hundred and
Ninety-two (192) aeres more or less, situated in the
Parish of West Baton Rouge.
d Ta of Sale--Twelve months credit, the purchaser
5.giving bhod with approved security ant mortgage en
the premises so' ' aordig to law, at the lime of adj
dicstion.
al o J. .i. . KlENEDY, U. L lHartiL
Iand for th FEastern District of Lop tll$ i
toouts le s des tsa Un
e DA 8 LA OOtR DU CIRCUIT,
Eat DtIeti et . Isn ausl.. . -
D. . WniarrS Vs. Jmes Foeusr ar ua N. 278 1
J1N VERHIt d'un writ de Ptuilaesiei Tutlas moi
jj adresas dens l'affair ci-desns, j'eeerls an plu
haut et dernaler enchiisseor, ia ns mis do C ou ,l
l'aroisse Ouset Baton Rouge Lrundi 1.8 PfetIer, 188.4
et ]midi; lsterre cl.apr derit, saislute comme Is propris
di defendei r F. A. Wood, savoir
tine portion on partie du quatI N. de Ii
tr- Ate O Township 8' Range 1 st agelniet is fractio
an 3. K. iii quart te Section, Township st Rage Ic h
Its section a site, eostenant .cent quatr-.vit douse
ares pllu as maieS, uaItn dens Is paro-es d'Oua" .
Cos- tie Is vents.-Douce mole 8Is credit. 1'
see quireot ev urir son bouan obulightiosa s ea scs
s. mtti. ei hypothibqus reicune sure lea terme ceufural
1'lswkse~ir tasrl l1ilfrtb·
BUSINESS CARDS.
A W. CAMEROM, ARICHITS.CTd BUILDEL . Or
• der" can be sent through the Poet omee
A MON'TAN BR.THER. FAMILY GROCiR'S.
" Corner Third and Church streets.
MVEDE. PFTIT. ATTORNEY t COUN.FI.LOi
at Law. Office with Yahmuot Hebert, Bruly Land
tng.
I) C. MONTAN, DKALER 1J IARD WA9E & C
. Church ptret.
w. I FIwzaPw.. D. i. 1A.Xw.
lI)WARDIt & B.IRRO V, ATTORNEXYR r orT'
sellors at Law. Will Practise in the Courts ef
Enst and West Baton Rouge, Ibrville, Ihe 4Supreme
Court of Ijuisiana, and the Tederat Courts. Oflre at
the Court Ieouse, West BatdA Rouge febl6-'62y
W. RUoBERTTSON. ATTORNMYdCOUX.CELLOR
iFe at Law Will practie his profession in the
Sixth Judicial District of this State, the United itates
aoi Supreme Courts at New Orleans. Business en
trusted to his care will r.elCve prompt attention.
OfMe in Plaquemine, Iberrille Parish, La.
1RMANKLIN HOUSE. FKLIX LENARE., PRO
prietor.
.. i.. SHERI, CARI'RENTERd CIS2RIIL BUILDR.
.. sop uo Fifth street.
S)LN & WI UJAN, NEWORLkANA CHEJP'
ontor., orner l~fayette and Laurel streets.
ST. WAIDDILL, DRCGUILTd MIAVJIST. Cor
• ner Third and Church streets.
{TARNEY HOULSE WILLIAM MARBXAMPRO
JL prieter.
H IT. FAVROT A.r BvrEY d OC,.C.u LLOR V
at law. Otite at the Court House, West Bat
Son Rouge.
- AMPS II. IUEIHRiMAN, AifORNEYdOI COVSL
lor at law. Ofce oun Laurel street.
J A. VIALFTT, DRUGGIST a CHEMILT. Third
* street bet. Convention and North Boulevard.
J H. SIIENCK, BRICK YARD d MILLS. Oe.
* on Church opposite the Ilarney House.
J W. BROWN, ARCHITECT BlIL.DER. Orders
* can be sent throught thePostoimoe.
SJACOB PIPER. PURVITIRE WAkEIOUSE de.
t Church street.
a TOWEPH JOOR, ATfSDRBNE d COUNiRRLLOR Ar
r- t1 law. Ofce with P. A. Walker, J. P., on Charek
street near Third.
i t. BRIIOT, ATrOR¥VEY 4 COUNC ELLOBR A
r. I. Law. Offe on Main street.
T M. McCTCHEN, ATTORNZEY COU NSELLGO
t J* at Law. Ofice on Laurel street.
OHIT UA BEAL, W)HOLA.SALE RETAIML 91R
eer. Church street.
o CHOPPIN & CO.. BATIY . ROUGE CHEAP
e r Store. bouth Doudeard.
S P. GtREVIE, ATTORNEY d COUNSELLORB AT
u a , Law. Ofice on Lafayette street. Baton Rouge,
e and near the Court House. West Batoe Rouge.
ut THEOIORE. GOLDMAN , DEALER IN CLOCKS,
t Watches, etc.. Under the Harney House.
e O. & P. H. MORGOAN. AVORNREYS 4 COLUX
J-o, "ellors at law. Olee on Laurel stret.
jrM. 1OGEL.. DRUGGIST4 CHEMI . Lafyette
SV at.. uner Church.
t F. TWNNARDkCO., CARRIAGES, AEA.HI N
s * be. Mains st., next the City Hal.
Wp. _D. PHIIAJP, DRY GOODB d CLOTIIfaI.
s Corner Lafayoette and Church streets.
RIGHT ABOUT FA 1
OSý-0 1 A. CRAIG lnrms the having'
mJ amoV1 liao late associatlion, s. wLY
ire on nO own 5As, in other V d
himseh on Church street, nort . door east of
the HIrsae House-where , and aill
will take no note of time, hut with mans. keen
as the scrrve or ou nta, takes off the Aiy .e de. .
dance'- manipulate A;sltr Ausseanity I a manner
most beautiful to behold. Lulled by the maoe of a'
distant waterbai--ls , bearing the tavea. avory
and pure as eer rled the lu..et stce--rl ed in
coahions of eider down-immersed to from the
ourrlTAL cein. there to carry on t .iig i'b',
ure and r epperiapis5 Art, oe.
"Come one, come all,
And give JOE CRAIG a shaving cell I"
Hollingsworth's Patent Wash -
ing Mchine.
T NOW have ready for delivery a few of the abotw
Snamed' Washing Machlaee-can instruct ey per
son in fifteen minutes how to ase them. w'E.
that ordinarily requires three days' labor, can wi.
+this machine, he perfornmled In lees than one. esMtd'
Stear of clothing being fifty per cent leee thaa whea the
-ash hoard is used. In order to more toy hbow what
this machine is capable of doing1 I will append ear"
fiatte of the Arcade Hotel in New OrlaIns.
New ORtMnu , March 6th, 1SIl.
In reply to your request that I would state who I
am pleased with L"Hollingrworth's Patent Washib.g
Machine,"I have to say I am very msne pleased witre
it. I have had it in operation about four weeks. I
wash about one thousand peces a day, which I used to
do by hand, which required the labor of sfour persoen
continually employed. I now perfortu the same amount
of labor on the machine with one pers in Lve hours.
I am better plased with it ever day J ae sit. It a.
owert every purpose that is requtred in washing with
d less labor and in tmuch shorter lacr of tinme.
I am very respectfully, yours,
Proprietor ofthe Arcade Hotel, 3Magazne street.
omay 5 JOr'tUA BEAL
PUMPS ! PUMPS!!
S ARKER'S DOBLE A'TING FOPfCE and LfNiO
9 PUMP. Patented February 17, lh.,*
The subscrierrs a1ssso r usenat .ua A.. en n1r. ?
' of theabove superior Pump, for the parish, t of ast
and West Bato Raeuge, East and West Fel cian .ai"
SIbervie, are new prepared to furnish thett n order
Sl'ump of varions sisee adapted to'W&., C(iterns,
Sugar lootes. le.. always on hand, Mayhes 4 in
operation at the stables of Messrsu Ule Co,, gt "
C. Hutchinson, and at the plantation ofltiEl I5
jeuly 25' 4. . . TI .ARD CO.
W. F. TUUNNA1l, & (o,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER.
IN
tgIHEIB stock of BUGGIIES ROCKAWAYS, HAR
I ELN , Ba.ROUC. g, d)ACLtSB and 'WHIf , is
ot nw eompltei. They invite an exination the e'
Sstock before purchlsing in New Orleans or elsewhere,
as they guarantee their prisc ias lo a as an i the
South.
a a Wareronm on Main mstreet noxt theCity flal.
Ma KuietntlWr and Ralmo in a speflor styM
ad at the old stand corner of Church and Mia streets.
he Baton Rouge, Sept. 1st 1SA--y.
J. L. VIALET'S
Supied b- Mr. Thes'ot, on doar out i'
son A Cs's Orocery Storsi, Vtseer I will keep spstaatly
on hand, a fresh end veel selected steck 6 Drags.
Medicines Chemicals J. ablewi I offer to the tInunes
experience that I have of te biusIness, I f ee.Uebi
that I wll be able to give entire satlsfactio to all
1. those who may honor uls wlitr l dr patreoage
ntoi CGuntry ee4 s prom ptl le
L i carefully prepaned at all horts
Third street betwemN
ion vention setse.
_ FALL AND WA] TJE CLo 4r;
set- meet's kept in a 6t
rm- Atore. The pubic are rc&ielt4 A l '
ae ieck. iCa n'itot ir4* 5
5st. I I--'i

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