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"W ,AIDVERTIEMENTS.
WM. B GEL.
RaA etail DIr:; Apothecary,
BAhTON ROUB, LA.
rs W7STANTL t ON HAND and is daily
" his stock of everything usally kept
In country sad city Drug stores. Your orders are re
spectfull s ted, feeling assured that he can give
setlsbctissAe c0gtomers-priceswllbe lowt-trm
liberal-yes orders whether in or out of his line will
i-stwithrmp attentionu Particular attention will
be paid to ,Iong and shipping.
I.vErtyking shipped by him per any good steam
boat, will Iw isurer.
It wi to your tterest to buy your Drugs and
Medicines from W. BOGEL.
march 1
meh 1BOGEL.
G-- Paer fresh warrantedW Piease order
rhre Druggist.
CHARLES RUST1'ON.
t. ACSMl HIND AND WACGGON
MAWG. Plough, made a d
repai and other reps
denis .l te ntice. Horse
don dea- withe the greatest care and despatch.
shUing work done by i shall be equal to that done
at any ether establishment in the isouth.
a g nd Carts always on hand for sale.
Shopoa usliippi st. San Michel, West Baton Rouge.
march 1.
BUILDING LOTS! BUILDING LOTS !
THE sadersied offers for sale in building lots, the
. ame of ground opposite the Ferry Landing, in
this paish. at suitable terms to purchasers. Persons
der of purchasing, should availthemelves of this
4or pnt apply to W. W. Kincuit, or his
amt [b23) O. BERNARD. Recorders ofico
W. F. TUNNARD.
J. PIPER & CO.,
gOUSE FUJNISHUERS & CAB
INET MAKERS.
KsC'3LLY announce to the eitinens of Baton
gouge nd vicinity, that they are prepared to
ulal a& is the Cabinet, Furniture. Under
taking l oueFuihi business, and are now
reie .is. diret from New York and Cincinnati,
tahoaF and B iack Walnut Bedsteads,
A eing ad Parlor Chairs,
Bureass,
Washetaads,
Chia and Glass Flower Vases,
Tam Sett,
- Presentation Cops & Saucers,
Toilet Ses,
d, ,, Bottles,
Bohemian Toilet Bottles,
Glass Ware.
Toy Tea Setts,
Dolls.
Msrbles,
Toy Vases kc.
I and Pe lKnives,
ep ad Gravy Ledles,
Suger Seoops and Sister,
-ette Kivesr, Salt Spoons,
Diuner nd DesertForks,
do do and Tea Spoons,
pla, Fancy. Cut and ressed Glas ware,
Chi.s ad Crockery,
paited Castors,
Cak Baskets,
Forks,
Spans,
Plain and Figured Matting,
Floor Oil-Cloths.
Cro.ekery and China Ware,
Pier and Mntle Glasses,
Gilt Mahogony Frames,
Cooking Stoves and Grates.
Wood, Willow,. and Hollow Ware,
Matle and Office Clocks,
Stoves and Grates,
feb. 1Gy
Disolution of Partnership.
11HE firm ofd W. F. Trwru k Co,, was dinsolved by
Slmitaltion on the 3st December. 8. The bu
ckees will h catinued by W. F. Tunnard on his own
eet. Ihe name of the firm wiln only be used i
the settlement of accounts. W. F. TNNARD
W. F. TUJN'NARD.
A. 1). HEDENBERG.
Bates Roge, Jan. 2, 1815.
W. F. TU N NAR D.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN
criagus, Ruggies, Harnessi &c.
stc d Br(,;1 ROCKAWAYS, H.tR
SM, aAROUCM.,' COACHFSI and tWHIPS, is
w cempdete. They invite an examinatioM of their
stock before purehasing in New Orleans or elsewhnere.
as they guarantee their prices as low as any in the
Usuth.
S" Warereom on Main street next the City Hall.
s [email protected] and L.asunmz in superior style
at the old stand corner of Church and Main streets.
Baten Rouge, Sept. 1st 1856-
Carpenters & Plantation Tooll
Plan., Saws,
Tape limes, Guages,
Saw r. , Rules.
Mill FRs, Hammers,
Square Fles, Hatchets,
Bastard Files, Vices,
Match Plans, Drawing Knives,
Torn Screws, Hand Screws,
Gimblets, Irvles,
Bevils, Handles.
Mallets, Trowels,.
Borie, Braces,
Saw Setts, Shoe Knives.
Stoek and Dies, Flat Gougers,
smeh Hooks, Emory Paper,
Plane Irons, Axes,
Sad Paper, For sale by Bitts,
Wremkes%, Pencils,
Plyers, D. C. MONTAN, Augurs,
Tweezers, Gouges,
Plumbs, sad Hollws & Rounds Compasses,
eoas, jlin, Carriage,
AND
MaIsexaMc pimuamse.
Shsaring removed hs establishment
t th erry-landingWest Baton Rouge, and
epactally asks a shares of your patronage.
All week strusted to him will be promptly attended
to; and he trnust that his well known experience in
s rill be received as a guarante that every
ling in his line willbedone tothesatesfictioeof those
epleying him. Prices moderate.
S16 FRANCIS MECKLEN.
AUCTION STORE.
SCHOPIN CO., respectfully in form their friends
I san the public, that they have opened n AUC
TION sTOE, at b a Rouge on Ch st., opposite
C a. A. t's ste, where they will sell gods of a
min, land be int faiesh. such as Silks, Embroi
d s, ready made othing &e.
bey will = 1at auction twice a week, that is on
,ONDA&ra SAHURDAY.
.iei. ienrstha to their care wrilbe sold to the
bt advaatag. Terms CASH.
C G. WILSO N,
IOUse,,Sitg & Ornamental
IPAINTER.
" a arireed, Netr of Ie ast Ojce.
RAVlG C-ras-y loecated i Datea Rouge, we
Stresagerep-lfy solicita share of the public
P workesa we are enabled to do
o at st reasonable tras, and in the best
_i N GLAZING, . A G ad N cABLINGS
pAAP IMSil, f e., neatly exeute&t
_ _ U tatto work (threoah te Post Office,
5) saluted and promptly attended to.
atsa Hoso.
. fa" . UUCRI begs leave to inform the citizens
thai 5 t Baton Rouge and Iberville,
pas ep a SDARDSTOG HOUSE at the Ferry
`lwher# e si can at all time.
Jan jraxaM Mst .
A. MONTAN & BROTHER.
Just Received.
010B.o FRESH CURRENTS.
I ease GENOA CITRON..
10 boxes CIDER.
I bbL DRIED APPIES.
10 boxes . R. RAISINS,
20 ; boxes "
2 dozen SHAKER PRESERVF.
2 " FRESH TOMATOES, in cans.
2 " " I'EACHES "
2 , " PRUNES, dried.
2 LEMON SYRUP,
4 FRENCH FRUITS, in their own juice.
4 t YANKEE " ':
4." BRANDY FRUITS.
1 " WORCESTRFSHIRE SAUCE.
4 U"'NRWOOID'SPICKLES, gls, pts, qts. I
4 " WORRELL & PLEAS Pickles do.
10 " W.R. LEWICO.'S .'S " do.
4 " CROr E & BLACKWELL'S in q'ts. °
10 " OLIVES,
10 " CAPERS,
10 boxes CHOCOLATE,
4 dozen .OBSTERS, in cans.
4 " SALMON.
1 " PEI'I'ER SAUCE.
20 " MUSTARD.
5 eases FANCY CANDIES.
6 " ROCK '
1 dozen BOKER'S BITTERS.
1 ' WALNUT KETCHUP.
4 " TOMATO "
4 " GOULEY BITTERS.
Just received per steamer "1dMysic" and for sale by
A. MONTAN & BRO.,
jan 5 Corner Church and Third streets.
Hams Shoulders and Sides for sale by.
jan 5 A. MONTAN & BRO.
CoWee.
10 sacks RIO COFFEE.
10 '" JAVA "
2 " StOCIA "
For sale by
jan 5 A. MONTAN & BRO.
Mackerel, Herrings, die.
10 kits NO. 1 MACKEREL
10 bbit. NO. 2
10 kits ROE HERRING,
2 bbls. '
25 bIoxes DRIFJD HERRING,
100 lbs. COl) FISH,
500 boxes SARDINES.
For sale by
jan 5 A. MON'TAN & BRO.
JOSHUA BEAL.
C orn, Oats, Hay and Brai.
S200 bags PRIME OATS, new crop.
150 "" CORN. o
100 °' BRAN.
100 BAI.ES HAY.
In store and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA REAL.
Half Barrels St. Louis Flour.
50 hall barrels ST. IoUIS FOUR, in store and
for sale by
jan 5 JOSIUA BFAUL.
Torthern Potatoes.
1\ 20 barrels line large Northern IRISH POTATOES,
just received and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA BF.AL.
E;nglssh Walsuts.
Y2 0 poundsL tine ENGLISH WALNUTS. also a fine
variety of other kinds of nuts at retail by
jan 5 JOStH A BEAL.
ne Chcwing Tobaseo.
F A large stock of variousbrauds of fiue CHEWING
TOBACCO, jvst received and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAL.
400 Just reseived 400 bags prime White CORN.
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAI.
I Cow Feed.
Sob and Coru Meal, a spleudid feed for cows and
stock generally. Prioe 80 cents per bushel.
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAI.
L andeth's Garden seeds.
A large and well selected stock of Lanleths eel
ebated Gardues seeds, just received and for sak, by
jan 5 JOSHUA HEAT..
Cape Liame.
100 barrels of this superb Lime now in store
and for sale by
jan 5 JOSAUA REAL.
rah Ground Corn Meal.
SThe undersigned having in operation a Steam
Corn Mill, keeps on hand at all tinmes a good supply of
Corn Meal chopped feed and Homony.
jan 5 JOSHUA BFAL
B 0 doen BR003MS, just as hand from St. Louis
and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA BF.AL.
Winter Lard OUl.
. A choi.e article for sale at retail at
i jan 5 JOSHUA DEAL.
Unbelted Flour.
50 barrels UBO EIED F1T)OURfor Graham bread,
just received and for sale at retail tr
jan5 JOSUIA BEAL.
DOUGLAS C. MONTAN.
ardwawe ! Hardware I I.
Having removed to the stand formerly oceupied
by Joshua Beal, awlnd having received large acceesions -
to my stock, I would solicit persons in want of I"d
ware, Wooa and Willow ware, House Furnishing, &c.,
to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
jan 5 L. C. MONTAN, Church street.
Stoves I Stoveslt I
. A large supply of small Fra.knn, Coal. 3 Xizes;
Diamond, 'arlor, Oval. Cannon-ball, half-os al, prize
premium cooking. Crescent, four hole, 3layllower
small and large; Darge wood, Kentucky dwarf, Cook
ing and Heating Stoves.
June Grates, semi-fronts, whole fronts, Gothio,
square and plain ditto on hand, and for sale low by
jan 5 D. C. IOIITAN, Church street,
gree Counterrs.
Two with large drawers and one with shelves I
underneath for sale low as they are in the way.
jan 5 D. C. MONTAN, Church street.
H erne Collars and Haymnes
On hand by
jan"H D. C. MONTAN, Church street.
S.agr or Cotton Scales.-One pair beam scales,
suitable for weighing cotton or sugar. for sale at
a bargain. Apply D. C. MONTAN, Church st.
feb. 2.
('looekbg Stova.
r Masonic, Eagle, Sultana, Eclipse, Meteor. For
sale low, at [feb.2] D. C. MONTAN.
Shovels and Tongues.
Single aud fat setts, ooasisting of
FIRE BRASSES,
STEEL SERPENTINE,
SQUARE SPANS,
COMMON IRONS,
YANKEE COMMON,
For sale at D. C. MONTAN'S.
jan 5 Church street.
J. L. VIALET.
J"elt Received by 5. L. Vialet.
SIROP DE BRIANT & LAMOUROUZ,
VISITING CARDS, BRANDY,
COLOGNE WATER, COUGH REMEDIES,
GUM DROPS, PHYSICIAN CASES,
BRUSHES, PLAYING CARDS,
RAZORS, STEAL PENS.
For sale by [feb.] J. L. VIALET.
W Egts Partmes.-A large assortment, just
received direct from the manuftoriqs, forEel
by J. L. VALUr.
jan.26.
Sche De Books sad statloesy, Printing Paper,
Playing Cards, for sale by J. L.VtIZ•r.
feb. 2
f et eon ales.-A large asortment mr sale by
ofeb.2 J. L VIALE.
12 DozenBrown Essenceof Ginger, justreceived
and for sale by (feb. 2.] J.L VIAiET.
1 Deen WolI's Aromatic Schnapps, for sale by
12 feb.2 . IA. VIAL .
I rery superaor artisde for re by
j,.s H ¥. WU.II.
WILLIAM BOGEL.
R azors.
A fine assortment just opening at
dec. 5 '55. WM. BOGEL'S, Druggist,
-T t Cakes.
Delicious light ones and no mistake, if yon
call for Yeast powder at
dec 5 '65 WM. BOGEL'S Druggist.
Are you DIspeptlte
Use Bogel'a German Bitters or Pastilles de
Vechy, dec 5 '55
A rtcles for the Tollet.
Soaps, Pomades, Perfumes, Satchets, Powder
Rouge. Lilly White. Shell Buflalo Horn, coarse and
loneCombs. Blrunesaofall kinds, a newesupplyjust
received by
dec 5 55 WM. BOGEL, Druggist
Thronton s IUartkltns.
I Kentucky mustard 50 doz. in 4, M and lb pack
ages in store and for sale by
dec & '56 WM. BOGEL, Druggist.
Starch, Starch.
20 boxes Colegiates Superior Pearl Starch, the
best in use, for sale in any quantity by
dec 5 '55 WM. ROGEL,'Druggist,
Cakes, Cakest
Spices, UIreoring Extracts and Rose Water. For
sale by Win. BOGEL, Druggist.
In time of Peace Prepare for War.
Shaw's Cholera Syrup should be on every planta
tion. It is a sovereign remedy for Cholera, Cholera
Morbus. Diarrhera, Dysentery, and will give a most in
stant relief to Cro~np in the Stomach. Give it a trial
-your money will be refunded if it does not turn out
as r,.presonted. P',ice 50centsfor4 oz. bottlesorlarger
cize $1. For sale by
jan 5 WM.-BOGFEL, Druggist.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW GOODS!
. UNDERSIGNED have just received by the latest
arrivals from Europe, a splendid assortment of
goods. viz:
FRENCHi MEPRINOFS,
5MSI.IN DE LAINFS,
CItYIIS for .MANTItLAS.
FRENCH and ENGLISH .MANTITLAS,
PLAID SILKS of different colors
BLACK DAMASK CLOAKS,
do CLOTH CASSIMERES,
CASCINETC,
CHA LL.ENES CASSIRIERFS, c
CURTAIN DAMASKS.
GENTLEMEN'S CI.LOTHING of au kinds,
PL.ANTATION GOODS,
BOOTlS and SIHIS.
and an assortment of goods too numerous to mention.
44 For s.ale at the usual low prices at the Baton
Rouge Cheap Store, South Boulevard.
any 21'55 P. CHOPPIN & CO.
FURNITURE STORE.
JACOB PIPER,
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
Baton fonge, -a.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of
East and West Baton Rouge, that he has just re -
ceived and is constantly receiving a large supply of
FURNITURE, which he offers for rale LOW. He is at
all times prepared to MAN FArCTURE furniture of all
descriptions and on the most reasmnatRe terms. lie
invites A VISIT from his friends, before purchasing in
the city. His present supply consists of
Sofas.
Armoirs Bedsteads,
uureraus,
Side-boards.
Center,
Side
o Chairs of every description, and
Dining
Tables,
Settees,
Sofas,
Mirrors, Washstands,
Secretaries,
and in fact every article in the furniture line.
jan 12"sly JACO(B PIPER.
JOHN TILANO.
WORRIE IN TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON.
sIE sucriber respectfully begs leave to inform his
V friends anol the public generally, of this and the
adjoining Parishes, that he is now prepared to execute
all work inthe above line, in the best and most work
manlike laspier.
lie is ready at all times, to make orrepair
Steam.
Cold water,
Escape
and
Stope Pipes of
every kfil, quality and description.
Breeching,
Tin or Copper Gutters,
0 Spouts or Valleys
for lining Cornices, made and put up. Always on
hand, a general assortment of Tinware, Surgar-house
Lamps, Lantern<, Oil Cans. kc.. &c.
AAll orders rron the county promptly attended
to. JIIIIN TII ANO,
Church Street, Eaton Rouge.
JOSEPH MlIcKITRICK,
I RCHITE?2T AND BUILDER,
I AM PREPARED to take contracts in my line. All
work lone with neatness and despatch.
,g All kinds of jobbing done at a short notice.
N. B.-'Plans for Public and Private buildings, city
and country houses, cottages, suburban villas, &c.,
given upon the most approved style.
Y- Shoppon Florida street, Fast of Maine, in the
in the rear of the Presbyterian Ohurch.
5Iaroh 6.
ASUBURY REGER,
HOCSE, SIGN AND ORNVAMENTAL PAINTEJI
ANY orders given me for House, Sign, or Ornamentt
al Painting, Paper-hanging, an (Glazing, will meet
with prerf't attention. As I am permanently located
in Batct Ouge, and as it is my interest to give gene
ral sat.isaetion, I shall thy to do it.
Sep. 29, 1842. ASHBURY REGER.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES,
ANDI
rewel3r. -
ARLNItY OUSE BATON ROUGE LOUISarAiA.
T EEPS constantly on hand, a large and beautiful
r assortment of CLOCKS, WATCLIH. and .EWEL
Y, which hl offers to the citizens of East and West
Baton Rouge and vicinity, on reasonable terms.
Nov. 1st 1854.
To Architets, Builders, Contractors, Plan
ter and Others.
3 E UNDERSIGNED -would respectfully inform
Builders, Planters and the community at large,
that he is now fully prepared to manufacture by steam
power, at short notice and moderate prices, val, Gothic
or Beviled Window-sash, all kinds of Pannel and Sash
Doors, either fixed. or revolting Door and Window
BlInds, Door and Window Frames, Base, Moulding, &e.
Plaining, Tongueing and Grooving, turning of every
description.
Plank dressed to order of any width uinder two feet,
and of any thickness under three inches. Timbers
dressed perfectly true, of any ,length under thirty-five
feet long and twenty inches square.
5 All orders.addressed to me through the Post
office, or S. M. Hart & Co., of Baton Rouge, will meet
prompt attention.
jan 5 J. W. BBOWN
W. A. HANNEY & CO.
DEALrEES IN
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
r, Hts, caps, traw G(oels, Umarelae de,
No. 47 Canal Street, New Orlbans.
April12 1854.
A. W. CAMERON.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
BATON R(UGE, LA.
EXECUTE in a flathful and wortman1ye man
ner. all contracts for bnilding or other woi k i
- his he, which may be confided to him.
Orders addressed to him throgh th etoie wil
receive prompt attention.,
thb. 14th '.
SHIERIFF'S SALES.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF EAST BATON ROUGE,
SIXTII JUDICIAL DLrTHICT COURT.
In the matter of the succesion of RosAUEPoLsau, deed.
wife of AUrG.rs HII.ERT. No. 537.
B Y VIRTUE of a coomission to me directed in the
above entitled Succession, of date the 29th day
of January, A. D. 1856, from theo ixtll District Court
in and for sa id Parish and State, will be offered for sale
at publicanution on the premises, on
Monday, the 10th day of March next, 1858.
at ]1 o'cloet. a. Y., all the hereinafter described prop
erty belonging to said stecession. to wit:
A certain tract of LIND, situated in this parish,
containing two arpents front more or less, with the
depth thereonto heloinin. btwteeon parallel lines, and
bounded as fdllows : in front bylitof afelisaire Hlebert
and the Mississippi river, above by lands if Michel He
bert and below by those of L,'sine Tuilher, with the
buildings and improvements thereon.
Negro mant John, aged )3 years, Marianne, negro
woman aged 20 years, anl Amelia aged 2 years; 8 head
of cattle, I lot wood and lot of household and planta
tion utensils. Terms of sale-cash for all sutmts of
twenty dollars and under, and for all sums above that
amount payable 1st January 1857.
The land and slaves payable in three equal install
ments, to wit; 1st day of January 1857-'68-t'50, pur
chasers to furnish their notes endorsed to the satis
faction of the Administrator, payable at the office of
the Recorder of this Parish, bearing interest at 8 per
cent per annum from due until paid with mortgage
until final payment.
N. W. POPE, Sheriff.
West Baton Rouge, Feb. 2 '56.
ETAT DE LA LOUIT'ANl
PAROISSE D'OUEST BATON ROUGE,
c('O R DU .I!E.R JFDt!(Ai.E DItTR!-r
Dans l'alfairs de Is Succession de R.osL.u PO'ltsw,
epouse de AUoosr tlmtcrr. No. 537.
EN RTiA E d'un commission i mol adressene dans
I 'affaire ci-dessus, en date le 09 Janvier, A. D.
lSt6, par la tour 9u Sixieme District pour la dite
Paroisse, it sera ofl'rt en veute publique an plus offrant
et dernier encherissier sur les lieux,
Samedi le 10 Mars prochain, 1856.,
a 11 heurs1 A. M., les proprirtea suivant apparte
nant a la dit . Succession. satpir:
f u certain morceau de tbreritue en eette Paroisse,
rconteanuthux arpens de face l$us au moins, avec la
profonleur y-applarteuant entra lignes parallels. et
borne en ar er par Is terrain de Belisaire Hebtrt et Ia
fluve Mlississippi. euhaut par terres do Michel Hebert
et en hias : r eelles de Josiue Tuiliher aves es batisses
et ameliorotion ui a- trosue le negre John ago de
30. ans et Ia negresse aget' de de 20 ans et sea deuxenfens
Fcliriand ag._e Ole 4 ans. Amelia agge 3 ans, 8 tetss de
btc.s a corn., lot de bois et u. lot de utensils de cul
ture et coiuien. Conditions de la vente--eomptant
pour toutis sommes de vingt ,iastres, et pour toutes
rommes au-dessus vingt piasters payable le Janvier
1857. la t6rre et l'bsclares payable en trois terms
egaux. savoir le Ire Janvierl'.57-'5-'59lesacquireurs
fournira ses billets endorses a la satisfaction de Pad
ministrateur payable au bureau du Recorder de cette
Prrolsse portant interest a raison de 8 per cent apres
l'ch~ance jusqu'a paiement final.
N, W. POPE, Sherif.
O. B. Rouge, Ferrier 2, '56.
STATE OF I SIL.TAN A.
Parlsh of West Baton Rogue,
IXTIH JUPICr!L Dit TIh3T tOteir.
In the matter of the succession of ZioUDEn TrtLuRm
decl., wife of Eros.E DAItRE. No. 542.
SVBY VIRTUE of a comnmission to me directed in the
above entitled Succession, from thegixth District
Cour - and for said PIarish and State. of date the 7th
day r, anuaryv a. n 1856: will be offerel for Sale at
public Auction to the last and highest bidder on the
premises, on
Saturday, the 8th day of March, 1356,
at 11 o'slock A. x. all the hereinafter described prop
erty berlnging to said succession, to wit:
A certain tract of LAND. situated in this parish,
measuring two arpents 'front to the river Mississippi.
witlh the depth tl:ereonto belonging, bounded above
by lands of Crain Trahan. and Fortuni. tsonet, and be
how by those of Camille Landry. with all the buil,.ings
and imprsoecments thereon; one small lot of movables.
Terms of tsale.-M-ovables. payable 1st April 1856,
bearing s per cent. from due until paid-land. in three
equal installments from the day of sale, bearing in
terest at 8 per cent. from due till paid. with good se
curity and mortgage and confi.ssion of judgement on
land, until full and final payment.
o N. W. POPE, Sheriff.
West Baton Rouge Feb. 5, '56.
ETAT DE I.A I toiCTs.YE.
PAROISSE D'OUEST BATON ROUGE,
e COR De SIrIRst E DsTRIWrT Jtr(lt ARE.
Dans l'atfaire de la Succession de ZFOULnE TUImlnER
dSc't.de, espouse de ErotsE DaamGR. No. 512.
EN VERT' d'une eommission a moi address.ee
dans Ia'afflire ci-dessus, par la eonr du time
District pour l dite l'aroisse. so date le 7 Jianrier, A.
D. 1856, iti ern, "iert en vente publique an plus offrant
et dernier enchlrisseur, sur leS lieux,
Saoedi, le SaISO Nara prochaif, 1iSo
a 11 hours A x. toutes kts prpri.tist ciapres detcrites
apartenant a la dite sucetsieon. savoir:
Un certain marceau deuxnaspens de face au fleue 1
Mississippi avec l. prcfundeur 3yapprtenant born(i en
haut par tlrrea d'Ursin Irahan eL Fertiine Gonlt con
boa par celles de Camille Laudry aver tou s les atisses
Pt amelirationss qui sy-trouvent et un lt le msiubles.
C(nditiins de la vente, les peublos. payable le ire
Avril, 5-6 portaint fiteret a raison ,* 8 Ipour sent par
an apres echeance jusque'a pairnmont. La terre, en
trois ternses igaux du jcur de vante, portant interet a
raison de 8 pour cent par an apres r ech-,ance jusqu a
paiment final arec borne surert ethypotheque et con
fession ds jugement retenu sur la propriete jusqu'a
payment plein.et final.
N. W. POPE, Sherif.
O. B. Rouge, le 2 Ferrier, 1856.
STATE OF I.OVI.TANA,
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGE.
SIXTi JUDICtAL isrITRICT (OURT.
Is matter of the Succession of RAePaAx LasDRY, deed.
No. 543.
BY VIRTUE of a commission to'me directed in the
above entitlel succession, from the Sixth District
Court in and for said Parish and State, will be offered 5
for sale at Public Auction, to the last and highest
bidder. on the premises in this Parish, on
Saturday, the Sth day of. March next, 1856.
at o'clock, A. x.,the following deseribet property,
belonging to the succession of Raphael Landry, deed., 5
to wit:
A certain tract of LA]ND, situated in this Parish,
measuring two arpents front more or less to the river
Missiassippi, with the depth thereunto belonging, con
taining about tl*tyiaix superftcil arpents, bounded
above by Cutoff Road, and below by bands of Hilaire
Bergeronewith the improvements (thereon. Terms of
sale: Said land to be sold payable in three equal in
stallments, the first payable on tho fiwt day of February
1857, the second on the first day If February 1858, and
the third and. last payable on the first day of February
1859; the purchaser to furnish his notes endorsed to
the satisfaction of the Tutrix--payable at the office of
the Recorder of this parish, bearing 8 per cent. interest
after maturity till paid, and mortgage retained until
the full and final payment thereof.
WM. WHITE, D. Sheriff.
West Baton Rouge, Feb 2, 'S6,
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
PAROISSE D'OUEST !BATON ROUGE,
stUR DU 5IXIMsE JlDICrARa.
Dans Paffaire de la succession de RarPnA LANDRY,
decidie. No. 543.
TN ERTU d'un commission i mt adressie da ns
1 I sussite Souccession, par lhonorableCour do Six
ieme District Judiciare dans et pour la dite Paroisse et
Etat j'exposerari en vente publique, as plus olTrant et
dernier eneherisseor sur les lien en eette Paroisse,
Samedi. le 8o a su p1ochain, 186.
a 10 henrs a. ,., lea propritysis ci apres drcrites, ap
partenant ile succession de IRahael Landry, dbScdi~e;
davoir: de uk st e ee
Un certain morcean do TFjR site eo cette Par
ssae, mesurant deux arpelts de face plusran mons an
fieuve Miisisissippi aver las profandieur y-.l.partenant,
gontenant a-peu-pros trente six apents se superficie
broite en laut par 16 ehemin du Racourcie et en bas
par terre do Hi1.ire Bergeron avee les amiliacations
qui sy-tronvent. Conditions de I vente Is, dite terre
sera vendu en trois termes egeaux le premier, pavable
Is premier jour de Fevrrier 1857, tole second le ler jour
de Fevrier 1858, et le troisicme dernier payable le lee
jour de Fevrier 1849, liacquiEreur fournira sea billets
endossmes a Is sasisfaction de In tutrice, payable a
l'oefie du Recorder de cette Paroisse, portant hint
pour cent d'intsret per apron eoheance, jnsqn'au pay
ment, etshypothsque retenue josqu'an payl t plien
et final. WM. WHITF, D. Sheriff
Ouest Baton Rouge, sle 2mne Fevrier 1856.
I C persona induging in smoing will find this rI
Scle invaluable a breath destroyer. for sale by
jal 1" T W. DILL.
SHEr IFF',S SALES.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Parish of East Baton Rouge.
SSXTH JTDILIAL DISTRI(T COERT"
In the matter of the Succe.silon of AwrresT a LArDIRY,
deceaedr, wife of Valmont Perbos. No. 544.
BY VIRTUE of a commission to me directed in the
above entitled succession, from the Sixth Dis
trict Court is and for said P'arsh and State. will be
olfered fo: sale at public Auction, to the last and
highest bidder, at the last place of residence of the
deceased in this Parish, on
Saturday 22d day of March next, 1856.
at 11 o'ch,ck A. M., all the erenafter described prop
erty lying and being in said parish of West Baton
Rouge and belonging t the succession of A.thmese
Landry deed., w ie o; Val:ront Ferbos, to wit:
COMMUNITY I'PROPEI'RTY
1st. A certain tract of LAND, known as the Louis
Thibivillier tract, situated inthis Parish. containing
fifty superficial acres more or less.bounded below by
land of J. T. Landry, and above by trods of widow Jean
Tuilher and in the rear by lands of Isidore DIaigle.
2d. Anotlhr tract of land situated in this Parish in
the reor of the above described tract containing about
twenty superficial acres, boundled above by lands of
widow Jean Tuillher, belw by fsih,.re Daigle and in
front by tract of land above describet, with thie builMd
ings and improvements on both of said tracts to be
sold together.
3,1. The undivided half of a tract of land in this
Parish, held in common with thb ouesasiion of Paul
Ferbos, and designated as the-South East quarter of
section 26, int Toownship 8 of Rlange 11 East, and con
taining one hundred and fifty-eight 801000 acres.
Negro slaves community werperty.-Charles, nerro
boy aged about 25 years, (a, runaway:;} ick, negro
man aged about 35 years, (runaway;) Peter, negro
man aged about 25 years, <runaway;) Mary, negro
woman aged 25 years, and her two children. Robert
aged 2 years, and an infant about 3 month oaM.
Personal cormmunity property.--. ne lot of fence
posts, flatboat planks, corn, fodder, siheep, Irorn cat
tie. horses, and hogs. Plantation utenils, household
and kithen furniture.
Seperate property of deceased.--Negro girl Lizsy
aged about 45years, and her child William 9 yearsandl
Eugene tbyears. Liza. girl 1S years, Josephine girl 15
years, Adeline girl 13 years. One bed and beddinugand
other household furniture.
TERMS OF SA.LE..
The movable effects to be sorl for cash for all sums
of fifty dollars and under, and for surne over and above
payable on the 2d day of January next, 1857. The
land and slaves to be sold payable in three equal in
stallments. the first on the 1st day of Februaryol857,
the second on the lst day of February 1858, and the
third and last payable on the 1st day of February 1859.
Purchasers to furnish tleir notes endorsed to the sat,
isfaction of tre Adtmimstrator, !cryable at the office of
Recorder of this Parish, and bearing 8 per ecnt. inter
est after maturity till paid, and moirtgage retained on
the land and slaves until full and final pa. mont.
WM, WHITE, D. Sheriff.
West Baton Rouge. Feb. 16.
PTAT 1)l TIT'ToT IEP
ETAT DE LOJUL.IANE.
Paroisse d'Ouesu Baton Rouge
l DEs oTRICr JUDICAIRS.
Dans 1'affaire de la Succession de ARBI'MISE LAI'?RY,
decedee, femme de Valmont Ferbos. No. 544.
E N YERTUE d'une commission a,.1ressse dtns la
susdlite succession, par la eour du 6me District
pour la I'aroissr et Etat susdits, ii sera offert en vente
publique, au plus ffrant et dernier encherisseur a la
derniere residence de la defunte en-cette Paroisse,
Samedi le 22me jour de Mars prochain, 1856,
all ures A. x, les proprietes ci-apres :ecrite situeen
cette I'aroisss et appartenant a Ia Succession de Arthe
mise Landry, decdee, femme de Valment Ferbos,
savoir:
ler. Un certain morcean de terre connue sons le nom
.de Loui Thibivillier tract, situe en cettePareisse, con
tenant cinquante acres de superfcie plusan moins.bor
ni en bas par terre de J. T. Landry et en haut par terre
de veuve Jean Tuilher, en arriere par terre de Isidore
Daile. b
l2ne. Un antre morcean de terre situe en cette
Paroi-se en arriere du morceau ci-dessns decrit, con a
tenant environ vingt acres de superficie borni e en
haut par terre de reuve Jean Tuilher en has par Isidore
Daigle, et en avant par terre ci-dessus decrit avec lee
Ibatisses et amilioration sur leadeur des dits morceaux
pour etre vendu ensemble.
3me. La moitie indivise d'un certain morcean de
terre en cette Paroisse tenueen commun avec la sue
cession de Paul Ferbos et designs comme quart de la
section eud eat de a seetiots26, dans le Township 8 du
Range 11 Est et contenant cent cinquante huit 30-100
acres. c
Les Negres de ia comrmusotee.-Charles, negres
homme agee d 25 ans (maronenr;) Dick, negrehomme
ag.e de 35 ans (maroneur;) Peter, negre homme ague
de 35 ans (maroneur:) Marie. negresse agee de 25 ans
et sex deux edfens, Robert agee 2 ans et an enfent de
trs-is lns s i .
Bten de communotee personelle.-Un lot de Poto and
vi--ux, plancle de chalantt. mals. foin, moutons, betes'
Lcorne. csheveaux. et cochans. les ustansille arratoire
et un lot cc meubles lneublant et ustan:.ille de cuisinAt
I-'s propriet.es separi"a.-Lizzy begresse age de 45
ans et seos eunens William agre ,Ie 9 ans at Eugene de 3
ans, Liza negresse Ogee de 18 ans. Sosephinede 15 ans,
et A,!eline de 13 aac, un lit garnie at autre useubles
de maison.
CONDITIONS DE LA VENT.
Les effects moeu lier seront vendue as comptant pour
toute aosume ,F. cingants piasters et an lessons de
cinquante piasttes payable la 2me jour de Janvier 1857,
le terre et le. exclaves seront vendue payable en trois
termesr egeaux I. premier payable le ler Fevrier 1857,
I- secoul payable Is leer jour de Ferrier 1858, et le3me
et dernier lLyablle e leer jour de Ferrier 1850, les ac
quireurs fouruerant leaurs billets endersee a Ia satis
faiciiondeo l'anministrateur payrble au bureau du Re
cecder de cette Paroisse et portant interests a raison
de lhuit pour cent. par an aprobs eeheanee j'usqu'an
paiement plein et final et hypothriques reteme sur la
terrae et les esclaves j'usqu'an palecnt plean et final
WM. WHITE, D. Sheriff.
Onest Baton Rouge. Fev. le 10.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGE,
xTai JUDICIAL DItsRICT CrorT.
In the matter of the Succession of CuAaLuNoTm dec'd.
No. 545
B VIRTUE of a commission to me directed in the
above entitled succession, from the 6th District
Court in and for said Parish, of date the 19th day of
December, 1855. will be offered for sale at public auc
tion to the last and highest bidder at the last place of
residence of the deceased, Charles Noyes, in this par.
ish, on
Monday the 3lat day o March next,
1856,
at 11 o'clock A. M., all the hereinafter described prop
erty, belonging in common with the succession of
Hiram Noyes and Cdls. Noyes dec'd.
To witt: "
lSt. A certain traetf land situated in this parish
and designated as the south-east quarter of section 27
in Township 6, ranga 11;i the district of lands sub
Sjectigto sale at New Orleane.
. The south-west quathr of section 27 Township
6, range 11 east, containi*l10 acres with the im
provement5 thereon.
pr3d. The soth-west oqartpr E sectiont 27, Township
6, range 11 east. containingl1l60.5,
The nets woman Ana aged abot 45-years. Lot of
wsaggona and harness; 19 Head of ules and horses:
I three oxen; 600 cords of wSood; 9200\pickets; one let
lumber and hoop poles; Mtock of goodi in store con
sisting of shoes. tin-ware, clothing, groceries, &c.
TsRYs of SAcs.-6Iovnebies to be sold on a credit of
saix months from th4daeiof sale, purchasers tofurniss
their notes with apprq'ved personal security, The
land and slave to be sl one forth cash and the bal
ance on a credit of onee two and three years from the
day of sale, purchaser tI furnish their notes with ap
proved personal security, and moitgage retained until
full and final payment, notes to be mntade papable at the
office of Recorder of this parish.
W. B. Rouge,De. 31s[l , 18. .
N. W. POPE.
Sheriff.
ETAT DE IA LOUISIANE,
[email protected] d'Ouest Baton Rouge,
COCR 1 lK7I]F. DIeTRIC. JmDICIAI.I.
Dans 'affaire de la Sccession de Charles Noyes, dece
de. No. 533.
EN VEtTU dnu commission a moiu address dens la
E sucoespdan susdite, de la Cour du Sixieme Dist
ritc ans et$rbo I dile paroisse. en date dn 19 De
cembre 1855, j'o irai en vente publique as plus haul
et dernier encherris9eur, a It dernier residence de
Charles Noyes, decede, dens la dite Paroisse
Lundi, le 31 ars prochain. 1856.
a 1 eure A. . lesproprietes ci apres decrites, ap
ipartenauut atx successions de Hiram Noyes ct de Char
it lea Noyes tons deux decedees, ssavoir:
", certain mgn ceeou de terre situe dana cette par
o0 ise e e designe coam eta le qeat detd eele l
secin 3, du Township , du Range 11Est dann
District deeterres gujottes A etre re-duea a No.
velle Orleans.
L quart Sod d'0uest de la ction 27, TownshipS,
t Range ., .at, .onte.a.t 16 acres avec lee miel]
orations qui s'y toventa.
- LaquartNor4 d'Oues t doe Section 27, Township 6,
Ranige 11, lEst, contenant 180 acres- d a,
ple;a.elet, le tnegress.,Anneag.' D . -,
9
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
-un lot de Waggons et Hiarnai--19 inulets et Che
vaux,-3 lloeufs-ti00 cordes de Bois-600 Pieux-un lol
de bois et cereleo de Baril--le stock de Marchandises
dans le magasin, consistant en Souliers, Ferblanterie,
Habillements faits, Groceries, &ce., &c.
Termes de Ina Vents.
Les 'eubles, payables en six mois du jour de la vente
Irs acqnuereurs devront fournir leurs billets endoseSa
La Terre et la Negresse seront vendues en quatr
comptant et In balance payable en un, dgsx et troe
ans, du jour de la vente. Lesacquereurs devont foal,
ni leurs billets endosses a satisfaction et hypothequ
sera retenue jisqu'au paiment final des dites terres at
l'eselave.
Toutes les susdits billets seront faits payab:ae as
Bureau du Recorder de cette Paloisse.
Ouest Bato Rouge, Decemibre 31, 1855.
N. W. POPE.
Sheriffe.
U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.
UNITED STATE. CIRCUIT COURT
Eastern Distriet of Iosdilana.
D. R. WrNllTE Vs. JELOEs FrLTO. & als. No. X78.
BY VIRTUE of an alias writ of heri facias to me di.
recte,! in the above entitled cause, I wilt sell to the
tichest hidder at the.Court Ilouse in the Parish of West
Baton Rouge on MONDAY the 17th day of MARCH 1856,
at 12 l.. the following described land seized as the prop
rety of the defenmant i. A. Woods; viz..:
A traction of the N. E. quarter of section No. 80,
Twnuship eight, Range 12 East, also the fraction of S.
E. quarter of the section. Township and Range afore
said, containing in the aggregate One Hundred and
Ninety-two (192),acres more or less, situated in the
Parish tf West Baton Rouge.
Tears of Sale-Twelve months credit, the purchaser
giving bond with approved security and mortgage on
the premises sold according to law, at the time of adja
dication.
J. M. KENEDY. U. L. Marshal.
In and for the Eastern District of Louisiana teb-16
Vente par le Xarshal des Etats Unis.
DANS LA COUR DU CIRCUIT,
Eat Distrcet dala Lonislane.
D. R. WisoGAT Vs. JYS.a LTTU. cEc ALA. NO. 22.8.
EN VERTU d'un writ de Pluries Fiert Facias a moi
adresso dans Faffair ci-dessus, j'offreria au plus
lhut et dernier enchlrisseur. Ad I maison de Cour de la
Paroisse Ouest Baton R,,uge. LUNDI Ie 17 MARS, 1856, a
midi: latesre ci-apri-s decrite. sisie comme la propriets
du defendeur F. A. -oods, savoir:
Cune porti on partiedn quart N. E. de Ia Section
No. 80, Township 8, Range 12 lEst egatment la fraction
S. E. du quart de Section, Township et Range de 1a
section sus.ite, contenant cent quatre-vingt douzse
acres plus au moins, situe dins la paroise d'Onest
Biton Rouge.
Condition. de larente--Douze mois de Ia credit, l'a
qu6reur 4evra fournir Pon bon on obligation aree seeu
riti, et hypothi que retenue aurs le, terres conform
ment A loi an temps de 'nadjudication.
J. h. KE. EIDY, U. S. Marshal
District Eat de la Louisiane.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
GOLDMAN & WEILMAN'S!
-LLO'EMIOT 11T25TS t
TIlE FALL SEASON HAS OPENED,
AT THE NEW ORLEANS CHEAP STORE.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS!
W E MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM the inhabi
tants of Baton Rouge andvicinity, that we have
n store our supply of
Fall and "Winter Goods :
both for the use of LADIES and GENTLEMEN. con
sisting of a lery EXTENSIVE and WELL-SELECTED
assortment of .
Fancy, Domestic, Staple Dry Goods, Em
broidery, Hosiery, Trimmings, ae.
Together with a very rich stock of CLOTHING and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, of the latest syles, in
fact all that can be desired to complete a Ladies' aud
Gent's wardrobe.
To the Public.
Our invariable motto is, "the one price cystem and
cheap at that!" and that such is the fact, one call will
satisfy.
Come One u Come All t
your wants can be supplied at the old stand of the New
Orleans Cheap Store, corner of Lafayette and Laurel
streets.
nov28 GOLDMAN & EVLMAN.
1H. T. WADDILL,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
Church Street, aton Rouge, La.
T' EEPS constantly on hand, a fresh supply of I
B.17IN'Sand R. & G. A. WRIGHTS UNRIVALL.
Ell PE'RUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES, directly from
Philadelphia oompringthe eexquisite
PINAUD EXTRACTS,
ASSORTED EXTRACAt3,
SlAR. EL POMADE,
DIAMOND URN POMADE,
1ILK OF ROSES,
NESTA MATCHES,
DIAMOND CEMENT,
WATERS' TOOTH SOAP,
NUTRITIVE CREAM,
FRESH CONGRES WATER,
MEDICINE CHIESTS.
COLOGNE WATEIR,
GLASSWARE for DRUGGISTS
TOILET POWDER,
CACHOU FOR SMOKERS,
NURSING BOTTLES,
PRESERVE JARS,
PERFUMERY.
HAIR OILS,
RICE FLOUR,
HECKERS' FARINA,
ARROW ROOT AND TAPIOCA,
COMPOSITION POWDERS,
t MICROSCOPES,
GUMt DROPS,
SPONGES,
FRESH PEARL BARLEY,
DENTAL LNSTRUMENITS,
BIBRD SEED.,
PESSARIES.
jas5 H. T. WADDILL.
JOSEPH MIcKITRICK
Architect and Builder.
Shop on Florida street, east of Main.
I WOULD respectfully sall the attention of the pub
lic to my assortment for the new year. Having
made arrangements with one of the best manufactu
ring establishments in Cincinnati, I am prepared to
furnish :ASH DOORS and BLINDS, made of the best of
white pine lumber and of superior workmanship, much
cheaper than can be made in the South. Persons in
the country wishing to build will find it to their ad
vantage to consult with me before building.
,a- Orders from the country earnestly solicited.
a- Country work'ef all kinds punctually attended
to in the most workmanlike manumr.
to Plans and specifications for city and country
hou-es, surburbanvillas, &e., given in the moat ap
proved styles.
W All kinds of job work attended to with neat
ness and dispatch, water cisterns made of the best
material
RIGHT ABOUT FACE!
JOSEI'f A. CAIlG informs the public that having
JS. 0Lvsto his late associations, he is now --VOLV
G ov ... ows AXis, in otherwordsh has establirshed
Himself on Church street. north side, first door east of
the .arney lHouse-whert BE and his . e.Ts, will
will take no otle of time, but with SALADtI m. n, keen
as the seC1ie or OLD n15,, takes off the hairy redun
dlnces- manipulate hirsue hueianity in a manner
most beautitul to behold. Lulled ey the music of a
distant waterfallEilCs, bearing the tauans, savory
and pure as ever cradled the mAx'rr veansc.bnriedin
cushions of eider down-immered in aroa fros the
ogaIESW Crums, there to carry o0 the Ibmsaia. se
sute and Kapperlapiurs Art, &e.
"Come one, come al,
Aad give JOE CRAIG aha s inWll CI"
PUMPS !' PUMPS!!
ARKER'S DOUBLE ACTING yORCE and LIFTl
PUIMP. Patented February 17, 1952..
The subscribers u$viBOUacad Ts ur EastC
of theabove superior Pump, forthe pa aet lou asn
and West Baton Rouge East and i~s theFm t tand
Iberville, are now prepred to f. .u them to oder.,
Pumps of vrious sizes adapted teMay be seen in
aSgar Houses - ., always on a. l ne & Co.b and In
,apecatio atthe s es ef Messrs a Cn of Jord.an HItI
C. Hutchinson, and a the platato of Jordan H
Esq. w. F. T.U.€-.

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