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Oi Th relay the 2.d inst., by Rev. M. i. Swtue9Y
z May thaO'L~OTAr to MiAO VlRtL\IA Fn GCCI.
we thek happy cotip eil and every happinest
sirule, std trust their journey through life
m4y be like a day of sunihiune wjitlI(u a cloud1 to ob
.ri j o mar their proneity.
ibtsjaive proceedings.
MosAY. Jan. 215t, 1858.
_ae (1aa motion ofi. W. Munhy. .ion. W. F.
d!.s . ,te d P r e s id e nl t p r o h ' m, o ftlo t .e n a ' e - -
Swere lcted :-Jas. A. Warner,
iress, Sergeant-at-Artusn, and W. C.
appointed Mers. Simmes, Iavergue
on Rtles.
. etnmRtested sats, was referred to a Spe
of Me-rse. laraLson, Simnaes,
dad Butlington,
pudJ es ed to 10 o'clock to-m.,rrow.
House organized at one o'clock, by
f Yan Winkle to the C(hair. Speaker, pnro
S yon taking his seat the roil was
~ ad t -nine members were present.
sis W. W. Pugh. of Assumpil mo, was
_. er, also, Mr. Superier, of St. Mar
o the coU. AMr. lugh had received 43
raDjaipe 36. Mr. l'ugh was elected bya sra
f4s 1 e was conducted to the chair---nd
bwaptiope remai k.and ttook his seat.
1oue s p being sworn, proceeded to the election
and lHiggint were nominated for
- figgins received 43;, and Laidlow 37.
tl was re elected Sergeant-atArms.
was elected floor-keeper, by aeli
ie then informed that the House was
y to proceed to buwin a.
Uhssoaprhed until to-mocrruw at 12 o'clock,
..,,, .. TssaAoY Jan. _d. 1850.
met pursuant to adjournment at
Nddser u )dsin. presiding.
de 96 members answered to their
. aj lor, sena*or elect from St Mary. ap
i , Wn d took his seat. Also, Ken, of
g3a 'sf thanks was offered and adopted to W.
S rl M hifaithful pertfrmano e of the duties
d bhe senat.
S mage, il and Dfrocq, were elect
t, GriEn, Easton, and Kemp,
voadsBlatd uetong Clerks.
iffL antiea that he would introduce a
to be taken to the~aupreme Court
is nesse tseld elections, where the amount in
a resolution to allow Messro.
3is 'aMlltcel, time to obtain testimony to
e befoe the committee on contested elections-re
i d to meet to-morrow morning £t
_ Ieml.erast 12 o'clock, M.
AdOmmthtet~w5 wewre appointed to wait no the
him of the organisatitn of the
tod ' theireadiness to reeie any comn -
1c& ,$edaar of the last session. temporarily
. -ii a semmittee appointed to examine and
ert amm aents to the same, tLey may deem
to make an appropriation to pay
the of the Legislature. Yeasand
INys m.atnm to suspend the rules, to admit
4.il' otested seats in New Orleans, and the
Pariah eIfh'peosalse, presented.
a committee of fire on contested
w.. n oussl , Loast, fite members were -
read.
toappotint a committee to e-.
geqe latei peditnres of the Swamp Land (om
J efkd by Hon. Van Wickle--title.real.
IHt eat 4jorned tou met again to-norrow at 11 I
WEn.earut, Jan. 23x1, 1856.
SAILE1.-lh body met pursuant to adjournmaent.
tlrhY d.idad that those Senators who held
emat8eadi u oW n.tentitled to vote until their right
S decision of the President was
his decision enstined.
Aaltlusedýa e te United States jurisdiction
over te rainladulli r a Marine Hispltal.
Th e Se..ta l ld without traneacting further
buesslae, rrsnow at 10 ,r'clod.
S p mat--82 members prreent.
pw s• e everal petituious contesting
to speeialcomnnittee.
Seg otl red allowing the Sergeant-at
g -daily papers for each of the metm
Mr. btit eirared faint resolution to meet on Tues
dy st.l.f4dktoeounu Votes gin en at late election
-edall s i adopted and sent to Senate.
Bm grae A m of the Hall to Parodi k Strack
eebd5i." a iaIorton Tuesdae night.
L 3~. lected Mlnutacerk.
m4' L i~ei elected Special Messenger, and
hlbraekr al" lersay.
FTapo(kilo DuDleasia, Fvgnet and Farge.
~5U l _~tW; .ilo 4dtsoe, Smith, llaralde n, I ary,
Dm.sl ~etia tion that the Honse shall
be"_. s u ea yh.-sdoptcd..
oes-the othe s Iureto appoint committee
elbsaes4qsasetlon with - tocmber of the Sern
mananecrn une - ometners or0 tOe .rn
Ir thione for the inauguration of Gov
ernr ad Sta eer m on Monday next.
lf sa Wd leave to offer protest in reference
ti team y reeived by the Committee on contested
a blabllU 80,000, to pay contingent expen
Mcr .staredas b61 to authorize the Police Jury of
*l tis eatB.teoltRouge to levy a road tax, in
irsatdii i o a ta committee to enquire
iatitlnt t 4e itpe r -r-daptedt.
Mr. WSla lh`mecntary resolotions to Presi
r.i ,mll etre an amnendent, sanctioning the
settee 5(&44EipeStlon in Coegfeso-7.Inst.
Tlhu~ Lr aeleolations of Mr. Mcl)onald-adopted.
,,. i o. e L, 8. jurisdiction over cer
.P i.tie.that he would introduce a bill
aof the City of Baton Rouge.
naotle that he would introduce a
pereans of color from paying school
to ll o'clock to-morrow.
. T·Parawn.l y, Jan. 2th, 18.5.
ei- y met pursuant to adjournment
notice of bills that they would
Inv iting the clergymen of the
to open the Senate with prayer,
v w d a resolution to allow the
Tti9h1)-t-ibo dark, of the election at the sey.
1 -Pmleicetet in New Orleans to be count
dimU r the rule.
Sa resolation to allow W. F. Wagg
bt his services as Secretary In or
to meet In the Hall of the
llUU #1we the votes at the recent elaction ac
wen od =until to-morrow at 10 o'clock
-1sa bMsue met pursuant to adjournment
atM* 1 Aids
se* ert e present.
irf apides, asked to have the resolu
v, asking the preachers of the dif
'the city, to open the House
SHe said h had voted on
e e not aware that the State
this ertvice. An amendmeat
smatter laid on the table.
from the Senate, giving its
to intodelection of a Reporter,
ted. Mr. Mcsonadobjected
alw rasemarkt in which he said
Sand wtasisf expendituree of the
Sa the House to know if it was
Inea p hlaphietof l pages, such
th remktee hmt f apeoglasi
a e the e t tha y of the mea
had requ ed that certin
efrom the rseport.
Wt s alled for, 42 yesa, 37 nayj.
by acelimation.
! habe had ti received a mes
Stolng a bill to deane the
lbe.. illand watBateon Rouge:
14 - Ie Inottecenteeteddsettdes
ssm toeet. i. te tenate as
t destino a oardingte-b.
Isil t4o1warraL at ILo'elock.
Ijf4r " lr to see that our fi4 J.
Q8 i %has been elected as one of
Ca.rkm of the _Snate. The
er, a qulalfi. ioa, to do jus.
,71~·
L..gEELING.-A distinguished mt-nber of
the Legislature was addressing a Temper
ance Society, and he got rather prosy, but
showed no disposition to "let up," though
the audience "waxed ihin."
Finaly, the presiding officer got excited,
and repairing to a friend of the speaker, in
quired how much longer he might reason
ably be expected to speak. Whereupou the
friend answered he didn't know; when he
got on this branch of the subject he general
lyspoke a couple of hours.
"That'll nevr do-I've got a few remnarks
to make mysel;," said the president; "how
shall I stave him off?"
"Well, I don't know. In the first place, I
should pinch his leg; and then if he did not
stop, stick a pin in t."
The president returned to his seat, and his
head was invi ible for a moment. Soon af.
ter, he ,eturned to the "brother" who hadt
recommended the pin style of treatment, and
said:
"I pinched him, and he didn't take the least
notice at all. I stuck a pin in his leg. but he
didn't seem to care a darn; I crooked it in,
andhe kept spouting as hard as ever."
"Very likely," said the wag; that leg was
cork !
N. O. PRICES CURRENT.
ColRRF.IrE s WEEKLY FROM N. O. PAP'ERB.
West , Baton Rouge, January 2s, 85M.
O BAfIAN-K ntucky, per yard.... 17yIar l 1.
India.......................... ,13 14
BALE R)PE.-Kentuckr I S... .. 8 +j 10
BACON-Sugart(red ams t.... 171 0 18
ides, Clear................... is 1
Ribbed ........................ 14 0a
Shoulders..................... 12.s0 13
BEEF, MSii-Northerna.......
Western.....................12 50 014 00
b alf barrel............. 8 7 05 950
r Indian Mess 1 tc........... ,.2500 60a -
Prime M.ess.....................21 00 (000 00
PrimeJbbl...................10 00 012 00
B. Beef .................... 800 0 9 00
PORK--Clear o bbl ............... - -
Mess .......................... 15 50 (016 00
M. 0........................... 15 00 015 25
Prime.........................1500 60) -
P. o........................ - -.
I-uR bund pt.i ................ 7; "
OATS-- buhel...................... F5 -
BRAN-A sack.................... 150 -
COR\-15 bushel................... 90 t -
COFFEE-Rio l i............... 10% 1233
JAVA....... ........... 14 0 17
FLO 1,--Supertne V1 bbl............10 00 /i) -
Extra.......................10 t0 ()11 00
half bbls....................... 500 1.50
LARD--Kegs ~ b.................. 10 0 11
Barres ................ ..... 13 ( -
SUGAR-Brown it] ............. ... 4 ( S'8
Clarfed ............... ........ - -
Crushed........................ 1-a(rt1 12 '
UOLAiES---1 gal............... 85 (i3 ii
SALT- sack................ 1 05 1 10
RICE-1 t........................ 51B1 5.
WilSKY-y ga... ........ ...... 45 0
SOT-A't ack............... 2 25 -
LiRI) OII,-Win.er strained ; gal... 1 10 0 1 20
LIME--.- gal .................... 90 0 1 30
POTATO........................ 125 0 2 50
ON:KOnS--- bushel................. 1 25 ( 50
TTE'LrR--'l I .....p..... . . 1E (a3 23
cFiF -t-- ..................... 013 ( 16
CANDLF-S-tar, It .............. 28 0 -
Sperm,..... .............. .. 42 f. -
Young Men's Lyceum and Library As
sociation.
There will be a meeting of the Young Men's Lyceum
and Library Association on MONVfAY EVEN'ING next,
at theChristian Church, at whi t 1l a Lecture will
be delivered by Mr. J(fEPH BRIKtlNA.N, of New Or
leans. Subject, "Southern Litera re--Ita past and
Probabilities." The poblic are reapteetltlly invited to
attend. H. J. HYAMS. Secretary.
Notice to Police Jury.
T[rI HfRE will he a meeting of the PoliceJury of this
. Pariash on MONDAY the 4th of February. 18.M.
By order of the President, DAVID N. BARROW,
West iton ou ,u. Jan. 26th. 185t. Clerk.
FAIRBANIKS ¢ WILSON,
House, Sign & Ornamental
PAl NTER..
Stop on Third stree. Yu4 h f the Post OfJice.
T AVING 4wermanently ocated ir; Baton Rouge, we
u.l. d delwep-ctfully solicit a sanre of the pul.,he
patroamge.
Being prartirble wrki'n' we are enabled to do
work on the mosot reaonable terms. and in the beet
ots Ic.
Part.ielar attention paid tom plain and fitney Sr tN:
also. GRAINSIl\4. GLAZIN, GIIANG, MARBLING,
PAflER HANtGil, &c.. neatly exeeatedL
Orners for pltntation work (thr ough the Post O.e.e,
or otherwise) solicited and promptly attended to.
jan. 2* ly.
Plantear' House.
tHE SUBSCRIBER beglratve t.l.form the citizens
of East and West raton Rouge and lberville.
t he las opened a l i$tA)ING HOUSFT at the-Ferry
Ianding of thi, parish, where visitors can at all ttmes
procure I)OIKIlNG and kEERESEKMENTS.
Jan 19th. PRA~CIS MECKLFN.
. I. T, WADDILL,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECA.RY,
. Church Street, Baton= oge, La.
EElI'E couxtant.l.on hand, a fresht sqpply of X.
BAZIN'SandR. G. a .A. WRIWGHTrStNRIViL1,
iL t'PERFUMERY and FANCY ~PICLES directly from
Ph.ladelphia. comprlsiog the egaistte
FiNAiiD) EXTRACIS, .
AItIORTED IICTKA.rS,
BA.`IEL 1'PO.
DIAMOND . UBRPAD,"
MILK OF ROBES.
NUIr1IRVE CRE ,
COLOGNE WATER,
LGA1SWAtE for D1tUGGIST
ToILrI'' t)OWDt,
CACHOU FOR ,SOKERS
NURSING D0TLEaS,
RIBE9ZVE JARS,
PERFUMERY.
RICE
FREg'R BARLEY,
ErTAL INSLTRUMENTS,
PE&SA RAW
jan 5 B. T WADVDI 4.
GOLDMAN & WEIIMAN'S I
THE FALL SEABON D aS OPEI'D,
AT THE fgW G. REAO P STORB.
NOW IS THEXMr tr ARQAINS
WT E MOcr us PRWrCU LY PrIW thes inhbt
T tants of Baton ronge asd lly, that we have
n store our upply of
VttU snd W .ln t dm he. . r
both for the na of LMIu and It NTLZR SI coln
uatin , of a r Vseq , MZ apIVE . n stlTED
uwtmeat of .
Feaey, s ,e,.-taa.te ,T ,. esUE m
Seil a ter t : ti. • . L', and.
nar tnmintlg b de : j
e*ap et that " and that "r e
rsto atNaui N
A. MONTAN & BROTIIER.
Just Received.
1 B BLL FRESH CURRENT'l.
001 cae ENOA CITRON.
10 boxes CIDER.
1 bbL DRIED APPI-I,'
10 boxes K. R. RASINLS,
20 ' boxes ,
2 dosn SHAKER PRESERVFI,
2 F.FRESH TOMATOES, in cans.
2 " 1' ACHIES
2 ' " PR'UNFS, dried.
2 LEMON SYRUP'
4 " FRENCH FWUI1Z, in their owa jice.
4 " YANKEE
4 " BRANDY FRUITS.
1 " WORCTiLRSHIRE SAUCE.
4 " UNDRWOOD'S PICKLES, glt, pts, qs.
4 " WORRELL & PILEAS Picklei do.
10 " W. R. LEWIS & ,'S " do.
4 " CR..E & BLACKWELL'S iq'ts.
10 " OIJVES..
10 " CAPERS,
10 boxes CHOCOLATE,
4 dozen IOBUSTERS, in cans.
4 SALMON,
1 " 'PEPPER SAUCE.
20 " MUSTARD.
. cases FANCY CANDIXS.
6 " ROCK
1 dozen BOKER'S BITTERS.
1 " WALNtUT KEfCHUP.
4 " TOMATO
4 " GOUIIEY BITTIEIRS.
Just received per sueamer "Music" and for sale
A. MONTAN & oRO.,
ijan 5 Corner Church and Third streets.
SHama Shoulders and Sides for sale by,
jan 6 A. MONTAN ,k BRO.
C 10 sacks RIO COFFEr
10 " JAVA "
2 " iOIA "
For sale by
Jan 5 A. MONTAN & IBRO.
,a-ackerel, Herrings, dle.
S 1J0 kits NO. 1 MACKEREL,
10 bbls. NO. 2 "
10 kite ROE HERRING,
2 bblS. "
25 b,,xes DRIF.) HERRING,
600 lbs. COD FISH,
500 boxes SARDiLNES.
For sale by
jan 5 A. MONTAN & BRO.
JOSHUA BEAL.
C.orn, Oats, flay and Bran.
'200 bags IaIIIE OAT,, new crop.
150 I CoitN.
100 ' DIRAN.
100 BALES HAY.
In storv and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA BE[:L
Half Barrel St. Loals Flour.
50 half barrel. ST. LOUIS FUUR, in store and
for aile by
jan 5 JOSIUA BEAL.
nTorthern Potatoes.
IN 20 barre fine large Northern IRISI 'POTAItOES,
jost received and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA BREALL.
English Walnuts.
j )0 pounds fino ENGLISH WALNUTS, also a fine
ariety of otter kinds of nute at retail by
jan 6 - JOrSHUA BEAT.
Cne heelring Tobacco.
I A large stock of various brands of fine CHEWING
TOBACCO, jest received and fur sale by
jan 5 JO SHUA B-EAI
400 Just recived 400 ags prime White CORN.
jan 5 JOSHUA BEALU
T1or Cow Feed.
I' Cob and Coru Meal, a splendid feed for cows and
1 stock generally. Price 80 cents per busel.
o jan 5 JUSHi(A BEAL.
andleth's (,grden Seeds.
SJJ A large atnd wel! elected stock of Iandeths ccl
hrl'atedl Gardeun eeds, just received an. for sale by
s jut., JSHU.A 13FAI.
Cape Lime.
100 barrels of this superb Limre now in store
and for ale by i
jan 5 jJOiAA BF.\L.
Tr eh Groaund Cor'n l eaI.
Jj The utrliernigned ha inig j operation a Steram
('orn Mill, k.epe on Band at all tir.'. a good supply of
Corn Meal chopped feed and Romony.
jan 5 JOSIIHUA BEAL.
T)roosssr.
o .ren tBROOMS, just on hand from St. Louis
t and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA II I.
'. ilnter Lard Oil.
y O A choice article for sale at retail at
jams JOSHUA BEAL.
I T nbolted Flour.
_ 50 barrels ULBOiTEDPF.OURfotrrahambread.
just received and for sale at retaL by
jan 6 JOSHIIA BEAL.
r DOUGLAS C0 MONTAN.
H ardware Hardware !!
Having removed to the stand formerly occupied
by Joshua Beal, and having t-eived large accession.
to my stock, I wo-et solicit person' in want of ILerd
ware. Wood and Whil, :arltose Furnishing, &c.,
to give mie a call bet re purchasing els.wýhere.
jan B6 I. C. MON5TAN. Church street.
I(tuves ! Stoves i I
A large supply of small Franklin, Coal, 3siLes ;
n Diamond, Parlor, Oval, Cannon-ball, half-oval, prize
premium eooking. Crescent, .four hole, Mayflower-
small and large ; Darge wood, Kentucky dwarf, Cook
ing and Heating Stoves.
June Grates, semi-fronts, whole fronts, Gothic,
splare and plain ditto on hand, and for sale low by
jan 5 D. C. OsrFTAN, Church street,
Oenmters.
I Two with large drawers and, one with shelves
underneath for sale low as they are in the way.
jan 5 D. C. MO}NTAN, Church street.
Horse Collars and Hames
On hald by
Jan S D. C. MONTAN, Church street.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
T)an an. Poeket Kshsves.
SA well selected assortment just received. Also
some of Johnathan ( ookes celebrated autlery, for sale
at THEO. GOLDMANN'8.
Tett Bracelets iand Closses.
SA large assortment just recwived and for sale at
reduced prices by
jan .6 THSO. GOLDIoANN.
TW o CR4-bo.a M4,d .w omr.
Ajana TlI. GOW8[SANN.
Sa'.sale by I
jan 5 t "YEO. GOLDMANN.
jalossy beat.d to ,aateh att inosrsae prices.
or sale alow by . 1
8l owels apedallongr
m aForm at . eo. IONTAA ,""
os jaw* 1 ` church ttreet.
e ors a r34h sai
ai 01 Fr bar , tall al.y*a Slf ' @o &",
jamslhrhll.
'- "i. U' . , ...u.tm
WILLIAM BOGEL.
A 'lne assortimeut just opening at
dec. 5 '55. WM. JBOiEl.'S, Drugg ,t.
Hot Cakes.
ieiciiusilight ones and no mistgake, ift' o
call for Yeadt powder at
dec 5 '55 ~ ' WM. I(OGEL'S Druggist.
Sre you Ig. wptict
. L.e Bfugol..s Ger-man Bitters or Pastilies do
~ch. tdhe 5 '55
A4 rleles forthce Toilet.
S.loPaps, Pomades, P'erfumes. Santchets. Powler
Rottg, fIlly White. Shell BlalHorn, I com roarse and
finc Combs. Iru.es of all kinds, a new supply just
recetved by
dec 5 56 WE. BOGEL, Druggist
trlhronton, & Hartkhns.
. Kentucky mustard 50 doz. in 3, %j and 1"t pack
ages in store and for sale by
dee 5 '55 W . BOGI., Druggist. .
Qtareh, Starch.
k- 20 bnxe Colegiates Superior Iearl Starch, the
best in uý, for sale in any quantity by
dec5 W. M. iBUGEL,'Drggist.
- ak es.. Cakest
S .Spices, Haroring Extracts aoa Roa Water. For
sale by Witn. BOGEIL. Druggist.
In time of Peace Prepare for War.
lhaw's Chiulera Syrup should be on every planta
tion. It is a covereign remedy for Ciolera, Cho.lra
iM.,rb.s, Diarrha~, Dysentery, and will give a most li
stant rcllef to Cramp in the Sto0acn . Gtie it a arial
-yo.r money will be refunded if it does not turn out
as represented. Price Ocentsfor4 os. bottlseorlarger
size $1. For sale by
jan 6 WW t BOGEL, Druggist.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW GOODS!
T IE I'tBNDERSTlNFD have just received by the latst
arrivals from Europe, a splendid assortment of
FR.ENCH MER.IOEL,
MUSLIN DE I.ALINE,
CIAYTHS for MANTILLAR.
FRENCIl and ENGLISH MANTILT.AS,
PILAII ILKIS of different colors5.
BI:ACK DAMASK CIOAKS,
do ('L'IT'H CASSIM5FEi ,
CASINErlt.
CtAtLL.FNSg C ASTIMFRS,'
CURTAIN DAM AI-TK,
GENTIEMEN'S CId filliNG of all kinds,
PLANTATION G.)LDS,
ROUTS nud SHOES,
and an assqureent of goods too numerous to mention.
gA. For sale at the usual low prices at the Baton
Rouge Cheap Store, South lulivai.
nov 21'55 P. CIIOPPIN & CO.
FURN1TURE STORE.
JACOB PIPER,
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
Baton Rouge, La.
rfIlE nndersicred respectfully Informs the citizens of
L Fast and W1eat Baton Rouge, that he has just re
ceived and is eonstantly receiving .i large supply of
FURNITURE. which le offers for aule LOW. He is at
all timed prepared to MANUFACTI'RE furniture of all
ldescritions anol on the must reasanable terms. lie
in vites A VISIT from hi friends. before purchasing iu
the city., Hli present supply con.sist of
Armoirs, Bedsteads,
Bureaus,.
Side-lxomrds.
Center,
side
Chairs of every description, and
Dinlpg
Tables,
Settoes,
Seke,
Mirrors, Walat.o.tds,
-ecretarie.,
ande in fact every art,:le in the furniture line.
jan 1253y JACOB PIPER.
JOHIN TILAXO.
WORKEIt IN TIN, COPPER, AND SHIEET IRON.
r .ih IEculerilr respectfully ev l leave to inftorm his
I frwen-- and the piltblic generally,. of this and tie
adjoinig P'rhrish, that he 1o now prepared to execute
all work in the above lixe, in the beat and inot work- '
manhke munimer.
lto is ready at al times, to make orirepais
Sweam.
Supply, i\
Cl.l watetr,i
Escape d
and
aStop Pipes ofd
every kind, quality and description.
lreewhiig, a
Tin or Copper Gutters,
Spouts or Valleys d
for lting Cornices, made and put up. Always on
hait. a general assortment of Tinware, Sugar-house .
Lamp-, lAntcrns. Oil Cans, &c.,ke. T
.4o All orders from the oounty promptly attended
to. JOHN 1LA.NO,
Ch( ceh Street. Baton Rouge.
JOSEPH liMcKITBICK,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
T AM PREPARED to take contracts in my line. All
L work done with neatness and despatch.
*i All kinds of jobhiag done at a short notice.
N. B.-P-tans for Public dind P'rivate buildings, city
and country houses, cottages, suburban villas, &c.,
given upon the moat approved style.
ge nho pon Florida soret, Eaet of Maine, in the
in the rear of the Presbyteriau Ohurch.
March 6.&
ASHBUIRY REGER,
HOVNZ, SIGN AND O1YAMENT-AL JPAIN2WR
ANY orders given me for House, Sign, or Ornament
al Paintiog, P1'perhanging, and Gilaing, will inee
withprer.ts.ttention. As I l permnanently located 4
in Blutc r gage, and as it is my interest to give gene- I
r.d atWetioin, I shallthy to do it.
Sep. 29, 1842. ASHBUItY IiRGER. c
THEODORE GOLDMANN. *
DEALER IN 'CLOCKS, WA TCHES,
AND
J s~ewtrolry*
iAsrr THO.S BEATOr RoveU0 LOUISIAiA.
7 EEPS constantly on hand, a large and beautiful
S oasortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES and JEWEL
Y, which he oilers to the citizens of East and West
Baton Rouge and vicinity, onreasonable terms.
Nov. 1st 18t64
To Arshttctse, guilders, Contraetors, Plan- I
tbers and Others.
rHB UNDERsIGNED would respectfully inform
Builders, Planters and the community at large,
that fe lI now fully prepared to manufacture by steam
power; at short notice atnd moderate prices, Oval, Gothic
or Beviled Window-sras, all kinds of Pannel and Sa.r
Doors, either ixed or revolting Door and Window 1
Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Base, Moulding, ke.
Plainlog, Togeaslg and Groocaig, turning of every
desciptian.
Plnmk dresse to order of an wfidth under two bet,
and of any thismesse nder three inche. imbes
dres perketly true, of any legth under thirty-five
a * sad twenty inchesea sare.q
All orders addressed me through the Post
offBe, or& S. Iart& Co., of tton Br~ ge, will meet i
* , . S- . . W . BROWN.
1 t W. IrANNEY & Co.
D-A.ras r -
SANCH AtND AMt.RICAN
h lta, wa ycam r a * Gonas, V & U ,, e .0
No. 47 Ca"a laeet1N Orheas*
Aprlill 1s64
Ii a
` Ore toh *hire llg the .
r,'ýiwaeh tte otý
SIIERIFF'S SALES.
STATE o(t LIJI'I.N.'..
PARISH OF WEST BATON ILOCUGE.
smoti JrsCDIAL DOIrlotur (c.UCrr.
In the matter of the successiuu of P'acuJs Foritr. and
A.uu sriLE Ihirau his wife, both dec'd. No. t4.
"B B VIRTUE of a cornmission to fie directed in.the
above succession from the Sixth District Court
in tad flr said parish and State, Still be offered at sale
at public auction to the last aid highest bidder, at
lirttde Landing, in thisn rish, on
.Saturday the 12thý of January next,
at 11t o'clock A. SD.. the pil1ow " propxrty belonging
to the succession of Paulin IForet tAuguntine.tih
ard. hii wife, bth lecL. To wit It
A certain tract of land situated in this parish and
containg about uineteen superticial arpletts, and lcing
hback of lands of Trteville I.audrty bunded in front by
lan-ls lBernard Ptvronnin. Auguatine Ailet and Trevile
iutndry, hove b.t tho.,eof Thomuns3iller and Trinidad,
back by (-rville Foret and Pierre Foret, and, below by
those of Bernard Peyronin. said land being subject to
a servitude of a Road on the lower line of the same.
for the use of the lands of ti,e double cr!nc~sion. and
Is now leased or hired to Treville landry, for andi du
rin the term of four years, said leaseensdng in January
1859.
Ales the negro wench 3fasguerite, aged 35 years.
Terms of sale-The land and slave on a credit paya
able in three equpl inrsta.luenta- all in thepoonth of
Idarch, 1850, '57 and '58, pturclasers to furnish their
notes oniorsed to satisfaction of the admimsuocrator and
mortgage retained on the property until final payssent.
West Baton-Rougs Decembr 1t. 1955.
VALMONT F(OET. Admr.
ETAT DE LA LO)tISIANE,
Parma. Jl'Oueat Baton Rouge,
teat. a~ a imnarratTser armJcuans.
1ans ia'irs de la Successlon de ADOusIx Hranar dict
ded . No. 429.
7J.N VERTUE d'un aommission & moot adresie dans
. srladit Succesion, par la Sixietme District Judi
trlae pour limusdit paroitse et Etat it sera oflert en
veatd pubqubl s plun offrant et denier enchcriaseur,
a l risaideneed John Conway en aette paroisse,
S ae4$ IS 9,t Imt 'evrter aoclas 1S3r,
S11 heure A. t., propritswaeante appartnant a
lia s.Uecion de fet dolpho ,bert. lavoir:
Un certain moreute tere sia e en oette paritase a
quarante arpens do li edhssissippi ayant deux sr
pens de face clus anu s, avec un profondeur de
qua.ant, arpens, bti . haut par terre de Jean
Baptist Lejne, en a t n ent par celIe de Fratme
n. ds es t b ioraion qui sy-trou
Termes et Conditiat de la ventea-Denax cent piastres
coinptant ejour di Ia. vente--un iptame et quart
d' tihene n dat s an an du jour de la vente, et tl
balance payable a la ma oritCe deA mineurs lacquiereur
on le4aeqtfereaten etiendron, le montant revenantaux
minesra en pa.ent aunnllement an intir3ts de huit
pour cent du jour dt ia cente sar 1e leptibme et un
quart peyabia daas on an et bypothbque ratenb e our
dir terra jqug'a payment plin et final.
Oust Baton Sougu Le2 Jauvier, 1856.
Wa. WHITE, D. S.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Pariah of West Baton Rouge,
si.Xt JGtm . D5.reCr cotsR
In matter of the succession of ArT. Himar, de
ceased. No. 429 .
IiY VIRTUE of a commission to difrected in the
3 above entitled itm, frm the Oth iistrict
Court in anl for said Pah and S te, aill be offered
for sale at public auction, the t and highest bid
der at the residence of Jo o ay in this Parish, on
Saturday 9th of February 1 56-at 11 o'tcl:
A. M3., all the following deser, property belongingto
Ite succession of Afolphe deceased; to-wit:
A certain tract of land s na in this Parish at
forty arpents from the Missi ippi river, containing two
arpente front more oCr less ith the depth of forty ar
ptents. boun ltd a!,ore by dsofJean Baptist Lejene,
Lnd below anEfin front b those of Frame A. Woods,
with the buildings and itoqrovements thereon. Terms
,f sale-Two hundred dollars cash on the day of.ale,
tOne seventh and one fourth of one seventh in one year
from the day of sale, and the balance payable as the
minors beconme of age, the purchaser or purchasers to
retain the amount coming to the minors by paying an
uilly eight per cent interest on the same from the day
of sale ao also upon the oon seventh and one fourth`
]arable in oneyear and mortgage retaine ao said land
West Baton Rouge, Jan. 2d 1856.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISR OF WVEST BATON VROUGE,
StInt Jt(CDICIAL DnATitiT Cfrs.
Wis. B. Cutchen &Co. Ya. Frame A. Woods. No. 1298.
BY VIRTUE of a writ oJfieri facias to me directed
in the above entitled filt, of date the 17th day of
November. 1855, frord the Sixth District Court in and
for said lariah and St ,will be oftered for sale at pub
lic auction to the as highest bidder at the rei
dence of Frame A. .odq in this Palish, on
Saturday the,4th or February next
at 10 o'clock A. t., all the right, title and interestof
the defenadnt Frame A. Wotds, m andtothe following
described property to-wit:
A certain tract of land situated in thii parish having
efilty superficial atrnos, bounded below-by :lands of
Thompson W. id 15 the rear by James C. Woods, in
front and abos , of said Frame A. Woods, to
gether with a' cprvement thereon.
tSeized in the aq °etanitled sunj
Terms of auk ash on the spot.
West Baton Itd , Dec. 16, 1855.
$16 Wx. WHITE. D.".
ETAT PE LA-TUIEfILL.NE
yPAROISSE D'OUEST BBATON ROUGE,
C(WR 1W IXI K I DISATIICT JDICt
WWm. B. McCutchen & Co. Vu Frame Ag Woods. No.
'1?S.
t V IERTU d, ne writ dib feri acira a mni address.e
and Fafiaires .i-deasns, d la cour dnu tmedistrict
pour la dite paroi se, et Etat, susdit en date du 27me
jour de Novembre 1i6, it" ra offerten vents pubiceque
au pins offrant et rnr enchdrisseur a Ia residence
de Frame A. Woods ea ctte paroisse,
medi le 4me jib ' dev erier parohab
t a10 heures A. . t6 ui drolts,,itreset interets de
I d feideur Frame Al Wood a I propriete suivante,
" savoir.
Un certain morgesa da tewe, situ6 en cette partise
eqntenanto quatee- vugt arpens de superlele, born en
bas par terre de Ttlhnpson W. Bird en errier par ternee
lJames C. Wonds-en ava.nt et haut par torrep du dit
Frame A. Woodsensembhl svee lesbattiase etamelior
iation qul sy-trouvent ponr payer at satisfaire le dit
ordre d'execution.
Condition de Is rente--comtant.
Ouest Baton Bonge Dueem re li 18, 185.
Wx. WHITE, D. S.
SUCOESSION NOTICES.
STATE OF I0TrLISIANA,
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGE,
- In the matter of the Succeeslon pf Anrsa MAIEtM,
deconsed. No. 284.
n T .-fRS Peter fiton has applied for the ad.
SV ministration of tie above Succession,
u Notiesl heehbygien that all opposition to the apf -
c pointmnent of said Petre Lafitas adminitrsate aford
sid. must be Bfiled in the' lerk's Oflee df said parish
a l thin ten days froin the publication hereof.
C W. ; CHAMBýEL1N, Clerk.
rrAr DE LAIOULSL&IE,
e PAUO I8g D'OUE4T' BATN ROMUE,}
corn a, wOe DMSISRI! -
t Daa .l'alirs de ia eaenession d'AsLas MIlssar ,
S ddcde. Nio. 284.
,TrTENPlq5e PAtre lalton a faiftpliemstka par
,ladministratioa de a SJuccssion.
Avis set par les prdseanes donne que outea oppoetion
SIsa nomipationi. a dlit Petre ILtiton coma awsliminis
trateur snodit, detra etr fait dars 1'Olce du Grefier
Eq a dite Parocise dans lees di jour que sumvront la
publ.catit den pedesenes.
SBaar dn u~naera e tembe.it 1 mBe.. .
W. #rB CltAMllgg i, Greler.
JFRANKLIN _HOUSE.
SISold ad WEl L INOWN lf TAIiLISlHMENT bas
.1.been thronbly rec .nsrsuPisd rentovated, and its
, eesenta ettst weer !4 tlspeteCful inrltethe Mten
Sends , stOeittento
thle I y ie siAt&ses are Ei8Z B1i
a- hi the anarket
rL~2 i~i~ iE !
U. . . MARSIAL'S SALE. -
UNITED -TATES (ItCUiT COI 1'T
Eastern Distrlet of Lottislama.
I. It. WINGATE .. Jlens F-trao. & aei. No. 'f28.
B Y VIITUE of an alias writ of feri faciase to ae di.
rtocted in the above entitled cause, I will sell to the,
highest bidder at the Court House in the Parish of West
litton IRouge on .tonday the 2d day February b16.5, at
12 xt.. the ftlhrinngdescrtllod laud seized s; the proper
ty of the defendant F.A. Woodn ; viz.:
A fraction of the N. E. quarter of section No. 80,
Township eight, Range 12 Kdnt, also the fractin: of S.
F. quarter of the section, Township and Range afor'
sail,. cont:nling in the aggregate One Illtnr·sc-i sndIl
Ninety-two (192) acres more or lens, situated in the
Parish of West lHawn Rouge.
Tress of :.lne-Twelve months credit. the purcha,.r
giving bond with approved security andt nmertstage ,in
the prtmises sold according ts low, at the timu of adju
dication.
J. KENF.DY. L. MarshaL
lii and fbr the Eastern District of Louisiana
Vente par le Marshal des Etat( Uiak.
DANS .A COUR DU GIR f, ,
Est Dlstrle$ de in Loutslane.
I). R. WrmuArs Vs. Jsnr Ftro'sv xrAr. *o 2278.
TN VERTU d'nn writ de Plurile FIerFvWIt i mooPl
adelrentn sa l'affair ci-dessua, j'offreou at pLue
haut et (brnier encher!sneur, a la maisnn de rour de Ia'
Paroisee Oinoet B3Tstrn Rouge Lundi lea Ftrribr, ImSs it
ri,!i; ltaterre ci-apris decrite, aeisim comme 1. ploprlg t
it dlefenstlenyf. A. Woods.. Oavor:.
Une portion ota i4du quart N. B d-I Sectimon
No. 80, Township -, Range 12 islt egalment la ftration
. E.. do quart de Section, T.wnshitp'et bangde .s
asection suadite, contaenank eEnt; uatre.vigt, donaiw
acres plus au miaun, sitoe dans Ia paroise d'O0eost
I.imton Rouge.
Cnnditioun de la ventk--)ottze mois de t, '.,
qnureur devra fmiurnir son hod o blig secus
rite, et hypothnqsa retene uls s lea
menit loi au tempn de 1I'andication.
S: .I x1I. iU, rr 8. 1+Eatrsha, _
. Disti nrt Fit rya Io Loutirietame " ;
ADVERTIS! 1ETS.
N OTIC E.
TluHea erilher i esptetfridy lreturns his thaestsk
.. his friends and cuatmmewa who have d.lt4 t~,
past year liernlly gave him tleir patronage, and take.
this method-of ilt it thoem and the mpublif a~ins
that he has now on hand a lsrg. lit of aeasond .lum
her, and everythibg requisite for tie uidertakling and
uoeessfuol eomplettoe of. all wo in the abape of
HOUSE BUILIINGS, BLINDS, SASH, and DOOIS, ft_.
ting up, SFYORf, AtR-ROOMB, fn the best, most dura
ble and workuna1ike style. All orders left at S C.'C:
Moutauns Hardware Store, the Post Ofliqe or at my
shOp on Fifth Street, adjoining the ,t. P'eter's and St.
Paul's CUllege, willameet with prompt attention.
CISTERNS-! CISTERNS L
a1 ndersigned hadd on hand a qAstaty of WoW,
I Seasonst Lnmber exprsedly for O(btern,.ttgetmow,
with all the other materaIa. Cisterns made of an
size, either on the coast, in Ith unou y, o in town at,
rea onble p ricea. I.. ~ E
DleC. 19 151.. "
J. A. TROUSDALE,
.BI UO O DBSNTIST,
Bars Roeesa, LA.,
R ENEWS the tender of his professional servtices I
the vatfous branches pertaining to the DnmrALAar
to the lafies and gentlemen of East and West BRam
Rouge and the surrounding country.
As to his abilittes, the best ered.ntiala ean be fwi~
niashod if neessary; but e -eth.sa who .at. notman
ployed him, hewwould respeetfully refer to his kind
patrons whir have so libeially Ivored him during'tl.e
past year with their eoaisdene, andsfor, which he':
would return hisihost sincere thanks, promising .to
use every exertionato ontinue t tisdtl tits sama..
All work perfrmes scientiMeally and wi thb e utr ,
most ear, and alsonith the view to durabo y. thus
rendel a preminet besai to tih pa.ttent iwi
always be in his office from & a. ., until 5 P. .
Oice room over Jet. W. Qilspis'.'shbe store LaItay
tte Street. .
W. F. TUNNAR, },Cc 0,
Wt'fOL .LE AND RE=AIL DR.&LA ESf
In
C 3S4e t B xr$~srmsl .
mBRH stokk of
now Tileye. ate.rrtnamarlfairtead thsirr
stock h e ° ro hasang In New Orleans ri, aliedbTtsr,
as tbey teS~ib e !bait ' pritxa ' as low ae' sny dsittie:
South~"
.fi Warerm o'n ain saree€'ne the City Sall.
"- Mos evraraatncrmo sad'f wnitro s, yir-*t syW
at the old stand coiner of Churctaed Ia neanelbeta.
Baton Rouge, Sept. lst 1855-y
J·. L. T IALIE 18
T HAVE opei-ad )ruý StaroIn `the hatUp iteM-b
j cup ed by Mr. Theriot, ore door theg %. inu-.
Sod & Ce's Grocery BSoWt;ret*re I will y' tty
in hand, a rash esd r..wy1 aobctet srpk; `
leticines Chemicals, &c., 'whik oter te
off tu of o gat onr vishlty ' the pridai!
erpeyicrrcs that ,e A - fL
that I rtfl beable toglge t a
those who rmay htersr r& hiftl thser'le parreas
Country orders prnowtly_0i#11d
trwAclcias can r4 ontsasith preylea
carefuly prepared at als& bstsri"
zL. V hLIIT,
Third street, weaivº80 Mos$h ~Wi*a t' t ti
cention streets.
ihton Roug*,JPeb. IIi3. t'`'
FALL AND) WIN`iFR eL +Tb.'1YP
'17 are owamopwpenBig our s oct d'X& and Vilis
en k RU1* 1i 6yeen u'ispr 7;@as cra -
meat ass kP a rst-chisa sc f'ýIattr, i~~l~~
Store. The pat4caie r~gteis1 s!,i6 iee t l- c b8 i d
oar sto.Cokt. it if p sh rsN ::a3
Oct 1I cp - ,..· ilK is f fl ýE
I NOW have readsy 1wdeiria is of the p
I' i +red`N'aeiedeti~Fn 'f lstrd til t
eon is 'lft" en . titt* tho4U tear hensf W*
that ordinarily lrequres three days' labor, ca . w
this machine be performed in lees than one, t te ý
tesr stEotf thain~~flbet~WCi G~reb lnsn whenthe
wash bgl t Is used. In order to more ft ly show what
this machine Is capable ofd ts TWtl append1 7
tifiate of baA.rsedel Hstil Intda L Or Sý is p a
Is reply aionl~iij ` e 1t 'tlii mli~8 r ati8 how' ;
afualbine' i lst to yenam ver ltplm4caPI i
it. . I.ºahid'ltftt+ -epe~,rrtlelia·fikt s'nn " ( Ii
wash abont one th neand' plec a dad,
do by'hand, which required th! labor Stoni
conti etaly w ri o7 k*rP -
oilob r on the zn.ihhtew , i dhO Ci
I am beberr sidlike sd+ rC ev1e
ewers. Gvary pari sja x1
less laliur'and hs son rte tieee
Pirsprietor ot~he Aj 91A i" 5 lý s rilI,
TOii I A. CA lG atfpoms the s 'bc~dt·~y
b tladojtqn his late °aeeoclfatl,' e at s, -4 MW ·
cis t l oWa.triS, 49stke 4, haehafeebrYPPdhn
bbnselt ,o Choiah street -nort, git14,_
the Waizaxy HNo e-e M*tnt jrin, wl
de~UJ,4 metrtl emst5 a -a
bast &q srnu btw mines e, -# ' .(eyfa otrs
distan savf'tfte ar MorJ·
i a4&J35~atsafe'e [email protected]:n~ter .s~ib ~r iS-btOIstdW`
cushions of sider down--hnotp fro t e -
r Da iaeret. , thenr to earry(51 e1br=Cid, J&l
aL etc and Eqvapp emr 4rta db
SARId ve one, ýRaI rll 4tia 11a"
T. 'SElDOUU:Z "ao1S % OIW asd UF'TING.;
s 1PUFi? Pat dp iSFrauary 17, , ;.
s e anuhcrlbegi seLrAi*OlVOrfiesiO 1V5 15WIW PAW
of theabe's AsuerI*?t. tOT the` Of
o e.nd West. BatnRato nge, Ias
T 115rville, are now to,
2'm of vsrwius a< dobet
(Ibidinson, ansi s.I istloss S
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