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NYS ADVETISEM ETS.
LOST.
i . The public i waned not to trade
oratsddeI5 th paymet of it having been Itopikl.
s -lt wto th orterfrs. Val n .fra
j wd o w i and doEdas denae Le.
Danae V1 een r 8R.BIS
'- eTake Kolece,
mIe ayer5 of this Parish are hereby notified
1 ,thsfir Stte and PNrish Taxes of tht year
U lr ant Ftfly.pi,.dare now daue. h nf't th.t
ani He haltbe paidat tte sheiFf'h ofep
wi thin hirt day' from this date. I shall proceed to
solle .tt s saccordig to law. .W. POPE
W. B Rouge March. 1, , Sheriff.
t1r AND OKEAP GOODS.
I irfTipeetfrolly Call the attention of the La
Samjotune freom the Citl with a splinlid asourtment
i- l'tmug in my lin all of which I oIfer to the
Ladles CKLAPEt that ever.
y}Mar 226 er MRS. C. IIUESTON.
IAeASIN A BON XARCKE.
DIS D-t d'Est et Oue.-t Baton Rouge, son invl.
L ti.iLsteri mon mytgain avant d'acheter aul
burs. earjarrive de is Nouvelle Orleansi aec lin as
ertersnt eomilet dv tout ce que pout ee trolver dans
non gstle d'abr e et que je vendrai ia meilleur mar
sh qers 3lR. C. IIESTUN.
Mar 2-.56"
LOUIS KONDERT,
Fpahionable Boot and Shoe
Maker,
ESP~Ef LL1YT oTers his servciee to the citizens
I of Bton Ro:,e and vicinity, in makingali kinds
of "OS andi dHUF. IHi long elxpri'nce in the
businesl is the recommendatiou be nooru.
Bis hp is situateh on Laty.:te treet, between
Church and LeUoI.r near logvtl' drug store.
Mr. a. euaofs none but the best workmen, and al
wsy n gooe d a good fit.
w 3entlmnen trounled with C(n.tv9 ,r Be.io.s can
be acmc.lated as easily as an old she.
mar 22 ly LOUiS KO DERT.
HARD VWARE ST'!IrE.,
L. JOLISSAINT,
Wholesale and Retail dealer
IN HARDWARE, PAINT, OIL. WINDOW
GLASSES, CORDAGE~ &c., &c.
Is. 1, Oppu.b the s I w Rsin, N. 0.
mar 2.--l
JOSEPRH B KITRICIK,
ICBHITECT AND BUILD iR,
T A REPARED to take contracts in my line. All
work dome with neatness and despatch.
it All kinIs of jobbing done at a .hort notice.
N. B-Place for Public and Private buidiings, city
and country houses, cottages, suburban villas, sc.,
givnapoa the most approved. .tyie.
ah op'onI-lorhla street. oast of Maine, in the
the er dth Presbyteriansu Ourch.
March 6.
CHARLES RUC'TON. T
yLAMKSMITHLNG AND WAGGON
MAKING. Pllouhs mate and
sepaire. BuDles nni other repairs
done at the ohorte4 notice. Horse
bsrietgdAme with the reatest ear and ,espath.
rill work tone by him shall be equal t1 that done
at may other oetablishmeat in the South.
gPV·a~ns ant Carts always on htan for sale.
Shop on Mlicsasippi at. San Michel, West Baton Rouge.
mush 1.
BUILDING LOTS! BUILDING LOTS!
T Iuderasigne oShers for sale in building Its,. the
square of ground opposite the Ferry Lan ling, in
this parish. at suitable terms to prircha-cro. Pern.oo
de 4roas of purchasing, should avail themselves of thi
ppostsuity.
" r parlicars applyv tr W. W. t £c:ILzrLr. or his
5a:t {fhb 23~ 0L. EikNARD, Recorder's ofice
AUCTION STORE.
OP C11 &CO'M., respectfully in form thsir frnen4
S6 snd the public, that thie have opened an A C
TiUN STOtRE. at Baton IRogs, on Chorch 1t., opposite
Got. A. Matl's store, where they will sell .oete of all
hkil, and the latet fashions, such as rilks, Emlbroi
4sei, Calieaes, ready made Clothiong kr.
The, will sell at .uati,,n twice a week, i:at is on
4LiJ;lt.tY and SATURDAY.
I;oods estrurlste to their e.re will be acdl t the
bit advantage. Terms CA<I.
Hou, sign, Carri;gae,
A::
T IE ntaleril.dhl. havint removed hr. estoali.hment
to the Ferry-Lading, West liBat. Iiouge, and
respeettlly asks a share of your patronage.
Al wo-k pntrueted to hims will be ,prtmptly attendst.
to ; au he trasts that his weal known 'l, rience in
kusines will be receivst as a gudrantee that iverv
thin' in his line will bedone to the satesfac:ion of those
em5.le:,ig him. Prices moderate.
feb. 1S FRANCIS MFCKRLEN.
PUMPS! PUMTPS!!
BARKE R'S POUBLE ACTING FORCE and LITING
PUMP. Patented February 17i. i452.
The subscribers .StLn rcosAE.- s THEr PAr.Tr RtGo
of theabove superior Pump, for' :he parishes of Ekst
and We4 Baton Rouge. Eaot and We-t Fel elan and
lberkille, mare now prepare. to furnish them to orde'.
Pumps of dr-ious s.es adu·te to Weltls (intern,
SBuar ouses a.. always on hand. May be seen in
operation at the st les of Messrs. Cline & Co., and R.
C. Btchnaon, and a the plantation of Jordan hBlt,
26'5. W. F. TVNNARD.
UiSTERNS ! CISTERNS !!
T. ulndersignel h"b on hand a ouantity of Well
.. , oLumber explreasly for Citernsa , together
withall the other materials. Cisterns made of any
ie, eithr on th eoast, is the country, or in town at,
Dec. ig1 1& ti L. SEEiS
A. W.CAMERON.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,,
BATOR ROUGE, LA.
lLK_.P"Xt E itn afaithfltand workmanlike man
se .U aIt Otr tefor building or other work in
hilin, which may be eootdod to him.
Ore s ddasat4 o htm through the Postofice, will
W. A. lKNNEY & CO.
ck ERsi IN
FRENCH Ap AMERICAN
No. 47 Canal Srr New Orleans.
April 12 1561
. Ol W ON ,
"JC, sign & namental
PAIATER.
h m hfrd Irga, Norti A Post Office.
UArvLG P.mu tly locted Baton Rouge, we
aal-lftmpee.s u soioc a i re of the public
SP.etible workmen we ar{enabled to do
woty the met C.asonable tmss, L in the best
Ja n. i ) oUeited ad pu p. attended to.
ifs fr nda ... eustoterscwh0o ive during the
the, -at tenitionpaaidin plad tl publie at lagN
ala, 'dermhg. requisite for tlle ide takii and
g{~oa or(tf an worLk iLaor . slhae of
•a III i., a oH. et a te d ao.
b, f espsct4% ul is the b,, most an.to
then ihe I twi stl. All l rders l t easone Ins.
Sho re, the Poet Ult or at .my
A'15eV nsu i i m nfeet with pr.btat attion.
b"_ 1E'.
A. MONTA.N & BROTHER.
Just Received.
100 BBL. F NT
10I cI. GLNOA CITRON.
to boxes CILER.
I bbL IRIEID APPLES
10 boxes M. i. RAISLNS,
20 6j boxes
2 ounen SHAKER 'RFSERV.S.
2 " i iSHI TOMATOES, in wans.
2 LE " ACHES
2 " L" IRUNES, dried.
2 " LEMON SYiU',
4 FREN(H FRUITS, in their own Juice.
4 YANKIEE
4 "' IIRANIY FRUITS.
1 " \\O)RCE fLRP- liitE SAUCE.
4 ' LUNI RWOU,' 1LtCKLES. gls. pte, qts.
4 WORRELL I'LllAS' Pickles do.
10 4' W. R. LWI\\ & CO.'S ' do.
4 " CROsik & BLCKWELL'S in q'ts.
10 " OLIVES,
10 " C.P'ERS,
10 boxes CHUoOLATE,
4 dozen LortI:RtL , in cans.
4 bAI.MUN,
1 P S'E A 'LK SAUCE.
20 " M ST.RIJ.
6 cases FANCY CAN%'DIES.
5 - ROC'K "
1 dozen B0KER'S BITTER..
1 " WMALNCj" eiJCHCP.
4 ' TOMATO
4 " bOUII-EY BITTERS.
Just received per steamer ".-r.,ic" and for sale by
A. 3LI.7'TAN & BRO.,
jan 5 Corner Churrch and Third streets.
B neon.
tams Shoulders and Sides for sale by,
ann 5 A. WlN'I.\N & BRO.
i L sacks RIO COFFEE.
10 . JAA
2 " UcIA
For sale by
jan 5 A. MONTAN & BRO.
rackcrelc, IHerrigs. die.
-l 10 kits NO. I .MaLtIREL
1f bbl-. NO. 2
10 kits ROE HERRING,
2 bbl,.
25 boxes DRIED IHERRING,
0ikt lb. OitF FL.-H,
buJ b .:es ýARDlINES.
For odle by
ian 5 A. MONTAN & BRD.
JOS IU A BEAL.
lurns, Uat.t, iany a..s Bra,.
C er-o bags I Ittlr. U.1a, new crop.
150 L" OIC.
lo 0 bIRAN.
100 B.AL' HAY.
la -ture and for sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA REAL
H al Barrels St. Louls floear.
5 ..al. barrel, nf. lt-In A.+ i, in store and
jan 5 JOSHUA BEAL.
Torther~n Potatoes.
ZJ barrel, nue Lirte N~rthernlRISH POTATOES,
j.e receit.l and ir ale by
jan 5 JOShUA REAL.
,0 r ouul, uine ENGLISH WALNUTS, alo a fine
Sa,,ety of utnuer inds ou, nuts at rad by
jail 5 . .-HUA BEAL.
TisYem Chewi.qg Tobaceo.
.' large atuc. of t araou, brands of fine CIItWING
TfvB.A Co. jvst receited and thr sale by
jan 5 JOSHUA I EAI..
J00 received 400 bags prime White CORN.
Jani. JuiHLUA HEAL.
TPr Cow Feed.
lob a.i- Corn MeaL. a spleonlit fotod for cows and
t ck generally. 'rice Su cent, per burhel.
Jan 5 JOctiCA BEAL.
atmdeth's Garden S.eeds.
L A Lre an I w.-tl .elece.l stock of Landi ths eel
o, ated tarden seeds. just recoeved and for sale by
jan 5 a JO.IlC.TA UE.L
FGape Lime.
1t,0 b:arrel of this superb L:me now 'n e cia
andU fr sale by
jn Jfc '.A REAL.
~Trsh Groundl Cotrie Mea!.
- r The a4l.i- . -.. n. h. ; operatiot a Stra m
,,n s Y .,' i -, 1' r r.: ', ;u.1 t t all !t;o t a g, l nsup.. ,
r. a Meal cuoPIedo. ked and tluownua.
1)rooms.o
X' dnzen BIOOOUS. juat o hai'.L from `t. Lc.a.
asli ftr rs.it by
en i JS.IIUA PIL.L.
W Titter Lard Oil.
i ' A ch^bco article for aile at retr;l at
ja1:.5 .I).lIl EfL.
U nbolted Flour.
5 .barrel- UNBI:I.TEDI FI.OI'.R for Graham bread.
just received and for esie at reta.i by
•an 5 JOHUA BEAT.
DOUGLAS C. MONTAX.
- ardware"! Hardtware ! !
I lnsg remoedl to the -tand formerly ocsipied
by .,oushua BEal. ant having reelvt'! Large acces-ions
to my ,tock, I wosuli soiicit per-son in want of ilari
ware. Wool anli Willow, ware, House Furnishing, rc.,
to gise me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Jan 5 i. . MONTAN. Cl.urch street.
Stovea Stoves!!
k. A large ipply of small Frankiia, Coal, 3 sizes ;
LDiamond, Pa.lor, Oval. Ca(nnon-ball. hal-soval. prize
premium cooking. Crescent, four hole, Mayt#:ower
small and large; I.rge wi!d, Kentucky dwarf, Cook
ing and Heating Stoves.
June Grates, semi-fronts, whole frorits. Gothic,
square and plain ditto on hand. and for sale low by
jan 5 Ii. C. M(OFTAN. Chiurch street,
cplare Coulaster:.
I Two with large drawers and one with shelves
underneath for sale low as they are in the way.
Jan 5 1). C. MOiNTA.N, Church street.
--orse Collars and Haymes
H on hanl by
jan D. C. MONTAb . Church street.
S gar or Cotton Scales.-one pair beam scales,
- suitable for weighing cotton or sugar, for sale at
a bargain. Apply D. C. MONTAN, Church at.
feb. 2.
Cooking Stoves.
la. lsonic, iEagle, Sultana. Eclipse. Meteor. For
sale low, at [feb.2] D. C. MONTAN.
S~ ovela anld ToIngues.
Single and ful setts. consisting of
FIRE BIbASS!ES,
STEEL SERPEN rINE,
SQUARE PANS.
COMMON IEONS,
YANKEE COMMO*.
For sale at D. C. MONTAN'S.
jan 5 Church street.
SUPERIOR CLOCKS,
T ARRIVE by "Zalena," from New York. and for
sale at the following low prices to ol-ar tlhem out:
Cottage Fine l'ieces. from $1 50 to $2 50
Rlose, Spring Striking, 5 00 " 7 00
8 Pay Gothic. ' 4 00 5 50
French. Napoleon, 8 75 " 9 00
Double Gothie, 10 00
G(lobe, lironze, 11 00
Union, Gilt, 6 00
g Or tcen by mail, enclosing amount, promptly at
tended to. D. C. MOl'V tN, Church it.
CUTLERY! CUTLERY!!
BUFFALO, Ivory, Wool and Horn, Bone solid han
dled KNIVES AND FORKt, from 5) cents to $25
Oil per sett; also, Steel Carvers, Pocket and Butcher
Knives at D. C. MONTAN'S.
BRUSHEiS! BRUSHES!!
Paint, Varnish,
Sash, Whitewash,
Handled Scrub, Deck,
Hair Brooms, Mope,
Horse, Handled Shoe.
Scrubbing, Handled iMrling,
Stove Slining, Windlw.
Popes Hea4, Popes Eyes,
Tar, Fancy Dauters,
Brick Liners, Yankee Dusters,
Shoe, Mantel Dusters,
Lye, Brooms,
Printers', Hearth Brushes.
or ale by D. C. MONTAiN.
WILLIAM BOGEL.
Whoeklsle ad Beta I D uggiat & Apothceary,
d BATON JIOL'GE, LA.
K EP.S CONSTAAILrT N HAND and is daily
Sincreasing his stock of everything usually kept
in country and city Drug stores. Your orders are re
spec'fally solicited, feeling assured that lie can gi:e
satisaliction to his cutumerrs--prices will be low-te mni,
liberal-your orders whether in or out of his line wrll
meet with prompt attention. l'articular attention ill
be paid to packing and ahippirg.
b rEvery thing shipped by him per any good steam
boa , sill be insured.
It w:11 be to your interest to buy your Drugs and
edlic:ene from
marcl I Wi. RtOGEL..
L slte t Liame I
1I urniuhed in any quantity, send your orders to
march I WM. IPA.EL.
[ adef Seeds I
G ru 4ou0 laper. fresh warranted. Please order
from WMt. BtinEl
march 1 Drugg .
.t line assortment jus.. o.. ning at
die. 5 '55. Wi'l. Btt. LL'S, Druggi t,
'It Cakes.
lI ueli'. oui, :ght ones and no mistake, if yo.m
cal ,or I ·ast powuer at
dec 5 S5 WIM. BOGEL'S Dlrnggit.
A re you Dispeptle?
L L .e Lw;l's~ terman Bittern or Pastilles dr
\ ccuy, dec 5 '55
rticles for the Toltet.
.i oua,.s, i'omades, I'erltnmes. atehet: . Powder
Rouge. lilly White. Shell, Bu:laln Horn. cacrse and
lne Comwbs. Bl'usues ofall kin.:s, a new supply just
receivc, by
dec 5 55b Wi. BOGEL, Druggist
S'Throsto . HtartLins.
haentacky mantard 5it doz. in 3~, ,j and lb pack.
ages in store and for sale by
dec 5 '55 WM. BOGF.L. Druggist.
Stuareh Starch.
1o0 bixes tolegiates Snperior Pearl Starch, the
bes ;n uie. lor sale in any quantity by
dec 5 55 W'I. i:tGEL.. Druggist.
tiakes. Cakesl
S>'-ices, Htaroring Extract- and Rice Water. For
Rsal by A:ml. BOGEL. iruggist.
I aLsne of Peaee Prepare for War.
ihaw's Chilera Syrup ishouldl he on every planta
tion. It is a sovereign remedy for Cholera. Choh ra
Morbhs. Diarrhnra tlysentery. and will give a most in
atant rl'ef to ('rilmp in the Stomach. Give it a trial
--yur moeev will be refundedl if it does not turn oit
as rrepresen'edi. rlice 50centrfor4 oz. bottlesorlarger
size $1. For sale by
jan 5 WM. WsG;El.. Druggist.
J ACOa PIPE lL. & CO.
J. rIPER. W. F. TI;NNARD.
J. PIPER & CO.,
IIOUSE FURNISHECRS & CAB
INEI' 3I SKERM.
R ESPECFIULIY' announce to the citizens of iton
11 i rouge and.t icinity. tihat they are prerarelre to
sp -,v all .leman is in thle Cabinet. Furniture. Unier
tak :u anl l H,:le-}'urnisiiiri 0 ilint-s. anOi are now
reelwing direct fr-nm New York antl Cincinnati,
l.tiioghany and ilack W\alnut lejuteas,
Arrmoirs,
Hecking and Parlor C'nairs.
Bureaus.
Sidebrards.
Washstands.
ook (ases.
Chna anl GClass Flower Vase-,
STea .ett . o
SPreeuntation Cups & Saucers,
SToilet *.ts,
S. ottls.
Blrhemin Toilet Bottles,
ta-.s Ware.
lie Tea Setts,
dlir.
Marbles,
Toy Vases kc.
a.~ i .! Pie Knirvs.,
.',,p an, t;raiy ladiec,
SgiDar `coots and Sistrr
iuttrr hnites, "alt S . u4,
Dinuer atd jiese:t fcrki,
'uo do an i '1:02 tSyiinr.
Plain. Fncy. Cu: a:dt l'r t.ed La.1 ware.
! hin:, andr ('fre :er',
C ',Ite.a s 'tt ors,
yak " .s,
'!ai.s' an Fi~urTI. Matting,
ltsh. :1 itiloiths.
Cr:.ckry an", Ci.hina Ware,
vier andl Mfantl, tla.sses,
G(ilt Maul:ihnT IraFm-,
Coo.int `tolre- .nd s5;r a
WII.o. Willow, and H,,ilow Ware,
@ Moanrl, andl (I¢e C7.,cks,
Stres, andi Grate,
feb. 1i y
COTTAiGE FURNITURE.
FEW ('orn ilete ,,ts of "Cottare FurnithC "-nn
, rliire new pattern of this beauriful.and utrillue
firnitur.-'or ale by J. i'IERl & 'i.
' lUI.l assortment i-f the CEL.it... F mI nrc: i, of -,
I rv, :rtvr.e. J. 'II'Ejt : CO:
PLATEI) SI toN-.
do Forks,
do Napoin Rings.
Ivory and Wood Rings,
Salad Spoons and Forks.
Wine Cooler..,
Knife Washers,
T.ble Mats. assorted kinds,
Egg Baskets,
Knife Basket'. different kinds,
Ice Pies, Mincing Knives, &c.
mar 29 J. PIPER & CO.
Nw Goods**
S .lust reeei ct. some splendid
Mahogany Sofas.
do Tete a Tes.
do Rocking Chairs,
do Easy Chairs,
marcl '9 r J. PIPER & CO.
A Fl;e.Jost of
Roger's Table Cutlery. Ivory Handles
Table anrd 1 etert Knives,
Carvers and Forks,
Fluted Fteels,
march 29. J. PIPER & l'0.
J. L VLALE'r.
Jir I Received by J. L. VlIal,
SIROP DE BRIANT , LAJMOUROUX.
VI'ITVNG CARD. BRANIDY.
COLOGNE WATERt, COUGll REMEDIES,
GUML DROPS', HYSICIANV ASE S,
BRUSHES, ILA YING CARDS,
bRAZORS, STEAL PENS.
For salp by [feb.,] J. L. VIALET.
rght~ Pertfames.-A large assoriment, just
Sreeived direct from the manuf.lorie,, for sae
byJ. L. VIALI7I
jan.26.
lcbool Books anid atatloihXry, l'rintiqlg Iaper,
flaying Cards, for sale by J. L. 'IALEr.
leb. 2
Dort Moeuasles.-A large assortment for -sae by
I. feb.2 J. I, VIALET.
12 Doe,n Brown's Esence of Ginger, j st received
and for sale by [feb. 2.] J. L. ViAuxr.
1 ,.sea. Wolf's Aromatic Se~napps,. for sale by
12 feb.2 J. L. VItLET.
To Architects, Balldegr, qontraetora, Pla.
ten aind (4iaera.
THE UNDERSBIGNED would respectfully inform
Buil4rsa , Planters and the community at large,
tnat he is now fully prepared to manufacture by steam
power. at short notice and moderate prices. Oval. Gothic
or dleviled Window sash, all kiqds of lPanel and Sash
Doors, either fixed or revolting Door and Window
Blinds. Door and Window Frames, Bale, Mouldling, &c.
I aining, Tongueing and Grooving, turning of every
description.
Plank dresned to order of any width under two feet,
and of any thickness under three inches. Timbers
dressed perfectly true, of any legtbh under thirty-live
feet long and twenty inches square.
All orders addressed to me through the Post
ofice, or S. Y. Hart & Co., of Bton Rouge, will meet
prompt attention.
jan J. W. BOWN
IUGII T. \WADI))ILL.
FOR THE TOILET.
I have, and o:fer for ,ale upon advantageous terns,
a very superior stock of
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
FOR GLREY IIAIR, I HAVE
Gilman's Hair Dye. Critooluro'a liair IEye,
Ilactelor's ' I,, udden's
Black P'omade, ItRounseh's Liquid lHair IDye
FOR IM.PROVING d BIEAUTIFYIYG THIE l AIR,
I have
Barry's Tricopherona. L.yonn Katharion.
Bgle'- yrf lypera. Fluaid. I'alo Hair Iurigorator.
Jayne's lair Tn:c. I, I Ocn' uieotal 11. Tunic.
Oltriie's Balmn Columbia, .reel Marrow,
Alexander'a frieopherou.., aours Grease,
Pililcomb ald Stick Pomades.
FOR TIIE SEKL, I I11 VE
Lilly White, Meen Fun,
Tiolet Powder, P'ink -aucersa
Amandine. Cold Cream.
FJoR TIlE TEETII, TFIEiE lIS
Charcoal Paste, Lacrous Tooth Wash,
KoRe Tooth Paste, Orris Tooth Wash,
PERFUMElR I
I have a com:.lete assortment
Col.gaes rit (4uarts anid Pluts.
Bay Water. Citirn-.lla Water,
Fijaida Water. Balttn a i hlon-a nl Flower
Extract Uplpr Ten, Lxtract Jocky (1..b,
" N. Mown Hay, '" atla
" May I lorro, " Crystal 'ualace,
iMusk, '" ia'_nolia,
SAmbroainl. ' Ver'ena.
" Mile Fl,,rr. '- Sweet t.irTub..
BoIqaet Vie: .ria, '" Boquet. enny Lind
" " Caroil .. " Essence.
A BEA UTIFUL A iSS(RTMENT OF SOAPS
Fancy Bali-, Tran.tarent Balls,
Nymlph So.p, -iThrating coup,
F.ranise " Windor "
I',ocine "' Cr, ttal 'alace -oap,
Geranium. Mil:tary .havinz ,Soap,
Wrigi.t's Sharving Compount ant Buuain Sap,.
OF B t SIIES, 1 ALSO H'A VE A VARIETY,
rhIffai. Hair Brushes, tooth Brushes,
Fancy B&aso Hair, "' Na,
tasaving C(lothes
liit and Flesh Sloe '
Waite Wash "" Paint and Varnish Brushes.
BEBLIDES THESE WE HA VE
Powder Bo,e,. Aromatic Vinegar,
Aroinalto Crystals, I.rt Moneys,
lazor -'trope, I'ocket intves.
Thern:,mm-tesu, ]Pocket Inkstands,
V ,so .Strings.. Razors,
-wa.ing Was, Baekukin Purses.
Ladi Pencils, Gum ELastic Balls.
nIi Caps. Tweezers.
Jenny linI lhair Gloss, Orange Flower Water,
Carpenter- P'en-:ils, Otto of R--es.
Gaum Drops. Jujube 'ante,
-ANSD-
flavoring Extracts in great variety. All of which I
will .il low for cai.'" or to my eustomers upon 1i
,muth- credit.
H. T. WAI-TII.l.
Corner of Church and Thiri 'sts.
march 8 Batorn Iosug'.
NEW GOODS:
-T ilE i'N 'DEPfRSIGNEI) hltre i;u: rh c.jisr, b, hr '...,,
arrivals from Lur,,pe, a -plendid ae..not-,,.
ittENt' MRltlliP)Ft,
MI' LIN I.E LAINES
Cl.OTlIS for MANTII.LA.'
FRENCH an l ENt.LIStH MANTII.LAS,
PLitl bIlLKS of dillerent colora
BLACK IDAiMASK (LOANS.
do (t flH' CA(~SIERE',
CAS :-INT\4 .
Clit.I.EN F CiASSI MhP.FS,
CURITAIN IiAIAS'.,
GI IITLFEN'S (CL'tHING of all kinds,
PLANTATION (c, st,l.
It' S"TS and- SHIt E.-,
arn an assortment of g-'.s ton rntmernos to mI nt;.a .
a*- For sa!t* at the usual low prices at the Baton
It nce ('heap :tore. South Bioulevard.
nov 21"65 1. tCOPPIN & CO.
ASHRBURY REGER,
ifOU.SE. IG.V AND ORI.VIf.T.IL I'.llITER
t N o-r - .gven me f.r linen', Sign. or Ornlramnnt
1: "1 . rtant, Pl'al r-hangin,. ani (.at ing. wil It - ma t
,ti pr, atteltino A. I ant permanently ocat--1
in Btast ae, and al it i. mey ii:rrct to give gene
ral -at...ction, Ihiauh ls 1, luo it.
,Sep d . 1e42. .LSHIcRP.Y REGER.
FLURNITUIRE STORE.
J AC()Oi PI P1ER,
FURNITURE y WAlEI1OUSE
Uhton tionge, La.
r E undeP.ign-'l .respectfully infornms the citizens o
Sfast and ,eatc IHatn RouIe. that he Lhas just re
eca-ed an t is conI.tant!v ieceiving a large suppIly t
I LtNITURI.. wtr|hi, hl offers fir sale LOW. Hte is at
alltime prehtlae '' to MIAN(FA(.tTLC furniture ot all
dI<criptions aind ,ii the n,oit rea~ronable tern:,. lie
intites A VI-1.1t frtiu, his friend-, before purchasiitg in
tits city. lia presant aup!,ly consisto of
Armols,. Bedstrads,
Bunrean,
side-boards.
a Center,
Side
Chairs of every description, and
Dining
Tables,
Settees,
Sofas,
Mirrors, Washstands,
Feeretarme,
ani in iact every article in the furniture. line.
jan I'S:y JACOB PIPER.
W. F.TUNNAR D,
VIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN
Cirriages, Buggies, Harness &c.
T IlEIR stock of U(.GIlE. ROCKAWAYS. lIAR
NEX'S. BAI.O)I'(H1S, (C(ACHlES and WHIIIS, is
nwe complete. Ti;ey invite an examination o. theio
tck belbre pitirchaiing in New Olhan, or elewlhere.
sas they guarantee their priees as low as any in the
Snth.
S Wareroom on Main esteet next the City Hall.
a - MaxrRFACPCoG aond I..SA.lPaI in superior style
att,,e old stand cornersfClhurci and MaUin streets.
Baton Rouge. elpt. 1st 1655--y
Dissolution of Partnership.
711.11. iro. of W. F. TSS..aD & Ce,, was dissolved hb
• Limitation on tLe 31st I(Dcember. 1865. Tihe ho
saee will be oui' nuoel by W. F. Tunnard on hitl owl
acceunt. The name of the firm will only be un0d in
the settlement of accounts.
w. F. TNNAMtD.
A. 1D. HEDENBERG.
Baton Rquge, Jan. 2, 1856.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES,
AND
Jc'ewQlry.
HARNEY 1Ot0 E iATON. ROUGE LOUISIANA.
EEPS con-tautly on band, a large and beautiful
Sassortoment I CIAOCK. WAW.U'iS and JEWEL
t., which he ot.rs to the citizenl of tau t and %'pol
lBaton Rouge and sicinity, on reasonable terms.
Nov. 1st 1654.
Carpenters & Plantation Tools
ilane..,
Tale l;nes, Ganges,
baw Files, Rules
Mill Files, Hammera,
Sq.are Files, Hatchets,
lBastard Files, Vices,
Match Plans, Drawing Knives,
Turn Screws, Hand Screws,
Gisoblets, Levies,
Blevil, Handles,
lillets, Trowels,
Borers, Braces,
Saw Setts, Shoe Knives.
Stock and Dis, Flat tougers,
Bench Hooks, EmnryPaper,
Plane Irons, Axes,
Sand laper, For sale by Bitt .
Wrenches, Pencils,
t'lrers. D. C. MONTAN, Augurs,
weaers, Gouges,
Plumbs, and Hollows & tounds Compaq-ee,
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
OTATE OF LOUISIAXA,
PARISH OF WVEST BATON ROUGE,
hiXTU JUDICIAL DIuTRWtLr COURT.
In the matter of the Succession of J1wsl Azutr, dec'd
No. 551
W HEREAS Virginme l'oiron widow of Joseph Aillet
deed',, haI tth. day hilel her ajlication fur the
aduilniatration of the abovea ucor.eiou,
Notice is ihreby given that all legal opposition to the
above application must be triel in the Clerk'. Office ol
tlUs eartil in ten dayt irnm the trst eublication
Clerk's Office, West Baton Rouge. April 3d. 1856.
W. B. CHA1Bhiii; LIN, Clerk.
R.AT DE 1..A LOUISIANE,
Parotlse d'Ouest Baton Rouge,
CLtH IrC orIElie tI5uTCnT Jt DICIAIE.
Dans I affaire de la eacession deJost.eu..ll AI.Ar d-r.dee
No. 551
+ TTENIU qne Virginie T:oiron vane te JoeuE
1 At.t.r -'ecetee, a ,nreOgistre re jour son applica
Lto,. Iour d'adminiotration de ladite -accession
Avi. our parle piresent dotue que tolte .*lpposition a
I:t dits" apl lication dlevrra etre euregistre au bureau do
; retfier de celt-o iaroisse dlns lee dix jours qui suivent
in pren: er publicttion de cet avie.
Bureau du Gretfier. thtest Baton Rouge 3 Avril, 1856.
W. B CHAMBERLIN. tredier.
RITAT TE LA LotLI.IANE,
PAROISSE D'OXUEST BATON ROUGE,
CO iR' DO tIXIEMtE OlMRItCT JIttII..E
Bell & `tebtlenu vs Frame A. Woos. No. 1209.
E : VERTUh d'une writ de Fi. Fa a moi addr.estr
tangs I a: idre ci-de.sus, par la four du , the Ieia
.,lt. pour lt dii paroie-r et Etat en date do 5toi otur
le Mars. 15it6. it sera o.Tert ott cen!e pubhque 0t phls
offrant eot deruier encherioesur our let lieux en eet:,.
paroinse,
Sameli le CZa' ;our de I iproc',ein :Sa8.
. 11 Ileure; A. . to,.- le dloits et itl:e,e:- du delen
leur Frame A. Wood-les Iropriets suivantes; sat oir.
in certain Ioreeau do terre situp- ei cette paroiose.
Ineuratt deux arpents do face ta, Heuvee Miteiciplpi
4, e: unte profn.letr de quarante arluntts, borne e-n Itha
,.or terre de Tolmpton W. Bird. on pant ef errier rpar
' rre du dit Frame A. Woods avt-c lee lmtirse ect ame
Itorationt qui sy-tlrouvet pour payer et satiLstire l,
.dit ordre d'execution. Condilion de Ia ventc---Cump
tant.
WM. WIIITE. P. S.
Ouest Paton Rouge, Mars le 22. lbjf.
STATE OF LO(('IsAN\A.
PARISH OP EAST BATON ROUGE,
81XTH JLDICU L DL.t'tCT ".O ILRT.
Bell c Stebbens, vs. Frame A. Woods. No. 1309.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of ft. fa. to me directed ir. the
above entitled utit. of date the fifth day of
tlarch 1(50. from the- it;h h'ietrict Co,,rth. in and for
eai, I arioh and State. will he offered for sal.-:,t public
t.ction to t mtat and highest bidder. on tue prem
'tae in this p h. on
Satur ay the 2d ,ay of Xay nrz., 1$5&
at 11 ,,'clck A. x.. all the right, title and intere<t of
the defeonant. Frame A. Wootl.. in and to the follow
ing dleseribnel property, to wit:
A certain trnet of land situatedl in this pariah, tme.
tring Weo arpents front on the )lississippi river, witll
forty arpents in depth. bounded below by lan.l of
fmnopon W.ird.Iirt. above anI in the rear by tt+oe 'of
said Frame A. Woods. with ,he hiltlinge and im
provem.onts thereon. to pay and eati'tf said writ of
exec.t*'--.-ized in the, above entitled suit.
T,:rmSt ot tale, cash on thei sIt.
W.e. WHITE. D. S.
STA'I'F6 OF Lt+[- .IANA.
PARISH OF TVEST BATON ROUGE,
aWITtI DIs TrtR COURT.
In the matter of thie uecersion of Pl'Ar Fzress, deed. I
No. 5'1.
B Y VIRTUE. of a commission to me directed in the
above succesiont. from the irth I)istrict Court in
and for -ai I Parish and state, Will be offered for osai at
ipblic auction to the last and highest bidder, on the
prem;-er. in this Parish. on
onda .y, th 12 I ay of MXy, 1856,
-.ti the tellowing property behlnging to toe succession
i of 'aul Ferbos, deceased, to wit :
lht. A. c:rt.:n tract of land, situate:d in this parish,
at twvatr-tiree arlpent from the river blisiaisippi.
sc-ntaini.g one arpent and a quarter front, by seven
teen as1.pets in depth, with the cpening of the side
lines therel, belonging-boundled above by latois of
San!mont Ferbos. and below by those of Pierre Milan.
Sin. andI s tract behlonging to the succession of said
Frerhom. deceased; in front by those of lsidore I1aigie.
and in the rear by a tract belonging to said successiu,.
with the 1,ai tligs and improvemtents thereon.
-. Ans'b.r tract of lan i. situated in tlns parish.
at fortyr arlenlt., from the river. measuring one ar'ent
frint, by twenty-five in depth more fir less, houndied
I bove byV latnt of Valmont Ferbias. and It-low by lands
Of i'ierre Miilainun. and in the rear by those of Philp,.
witit the toprovements thereon.
:i. The undlivided half of a certain tract of land in
hits parish, designated at the south-east quarter of
rection twsenty-six, in townsl!ip eight, of range eleten.
east. containing one hundred and fifty-eight 90-100
4 h. A certain tratt of land situated in this parish.
Si the rear ofafraet gsland belonging to Iidore Daigle
i ,onute'i above by landslfPaul Ferbsi, below by tlhi,
lf ii,,ow .;ean Tliter. anln in the rear by those of
i ierre Me.lan:on. containinng about 23 supcrfcial ar
1 pents.
And the fllowing slaves, to wit :
W;lliat, negro man, aged 50 years.
(. or -s. i 33
Ma ry. niegro woman. aged 34 years. andhler4 children,
l'hil:b.e, aged 8 years ; Gilbert, 5 years ; Jules. i yrs.,
and .toe, pit, aged 1 year.
John. negro bi,y. aged 16 years.
Augustin. negro boy, aged 1i years.
Tonl. negro boy. ag:,d i. years. *
Mary Ann, negro girl. 10 years.
And the tollowing personal property, to wit :
Blacksmith's utensils; horses and cattle; hogs ;
house and kitnhen furniture ; torls, &c.
Anl the following community property, to wit:
One lot of pickets ; one lot i feet boards ; one lot
cord won. and l..mber ; one horse ; one table ; one lot
corn, andi onie lt of liar.
Txlr mav S.ls .-Thet movable effects to be sold for
cb-h for all sums of ten dollars and under : and for all
sum, o'ver and above ten dollars, payable on the first
day of March nest, 1.57, the purcihasers to furnish
their notes with approved personal security, Tie land
and slanes to be sell payable in one. two and three
equal in-talments ; the first payable qo the first day it
March nelt. 1357 ; the second on the fir·1 pf March,
155 ; and the third and last payable on the fijrt day
I of March, 1854 ; the purchasers to furnish their notes.
endorised to the satisfaction of the Tutrix and Tutor of
said minors, bearing 8 ier cent. intere.t after due until
paid ; all of which notes to be made payable at the of
lice tof the Ee,-norder of this parish, andt mortgage re
tained on the land and slavss uat;l the full atit final
iamvent. N. W. I-01E, Sheriff.
West Baton Rouge, March 2eth, 18506 tiar 29
ETAT tl lA IAS ISIA\E.
Paoilsse d'Oiest Batton lRuge,
po0. DU tlItib lItlsICTr.
Dana l'affaire de i:n Siuei..saolt de Paul Ferbos decedi.
No. 541.
N VEIITU d'ung caýSmsnsion a moi addreseece
Ban.;s Is ,,uee(-esinn, fr Ir( our di a't'e Iiatrict l our
I.. ,. r'isse et 1I':tat usdtits. ii sert i.Tert en ,smite
iublique au plus aifrant et dernier enclhierissiur, our
Ses lieux en cette Iarois.Oe.
Land, ,e 12 de Ma: pro:ha'n 854.
lea proprietes .hlvante , appartenant ilasuccession de
I'aul Ferboh d~cide, savoir:
Un cerItin morceau de terra situo en cette paroisse ii
Vingt-troi. arpeni dua fluve MSisasiippicontenant un
:arsent et au quart de face avec une pro-dlt eur de dix
-ept arpens, avec l'ouverture des lignes lativgles, borne
eu haul par terre de Valmont Ferbos et en has par cellos
,le Pierre Melangon, et un mnorceau de tarre appartenant
i la suceessionu dufan', en avant par tarres d'lstidt e
r:aigle, en arrier par terres du d.rfunt envosble avee les
batisses et amiliorations qui s'y trou.nst.
2E~ Un autre morceat de terre situi, n cette paroisse
I t quarante arpens du fleuve, contenpnt un arpent de
face sur vingt-cinq de profondleur plaunu moins, borne
en bhut par terres de Valmont Ferbos et en has par
terres de Pierre M ilangon, en arrikre par celles de Philps
avec toute6 lea amiliorations qui 'y trouvent.
3. La muitii indivis. d'un sporueau de terre dana cet
te paroiase, duligns comma nitant le quart tud Eat de
-ection vingt-six in Township huit du Range Onae Eat,
cntenant cent cinqante-huit 90-100 acres.
, 4me. Uncertain morceau do terre aituc dans cette
taroite en arrIire d'un soreeau dte tertre apartrnant
s Isidore faigle, borne eq heat par terres ,le t al Ferboi
en bas par terres de tVeuve Jean Tullier tat en arriern
par terres de Pierre Melanion, contenstt environ vingt
trois arpena de superticie.
Et les osclaves suivans, savoir:
William, nebre, age de 50 ans.
( .eorge, 33.
Mtuy, negemb, a , 34 a et ses qoatre eamai.
Philisse, de 8 anm, Gilbert de 5 ans, Jules ass doe
et Jmepb d'unana
John, negre. age dte lt ans.
Anoustin,.segre, age de 1o ans.
Tom, .'" ," 14 0
Mary Ann, ngite agib de 10 ann.
Et lea proprinita personnellea. avo;:
, Usten.tMls- atoies.
Cheran etbaetes-i-eornea
Coehots.
0
UVte-tlu de maiaop et batterie de cuisine.
Outils. kc.
1st les biens de communites saivans, savoir:
17n lot tie pieux-un lot de merino de einq pieds do log
--aun lot de bois de corde et de bois de charpente-ua
chreval. one table-kun lot de maoset un lot de foin.
Condition de veute.
I umobiliersera vendaau comptantpour tonte soa
me jusqui ii concurrence de dix piastres-et pour touts
So'mme au dessus de dix piastrres.payable le Ir. deMara
lb,--lea acquircura auront fournir leuar billet endos.
.sa A satisfaction.
La terre et let eaclaven aeront vendus en trois term..
rgaux. payabt lse Ir de Mar al85ti'5t '59. Lea acqer
eurs devront fournir leors billets endosses aa I sati.fae
tion du Tutuer et de la Tutrice des mineura, portant
interet a raison de buit pour cent adaterde leurichian
ep. Lew dito billets oerout fait payables an bureaux da
itecordor d4 ettte Iarroisoe, et hypothique spiciale sera
r.ten ur suria terre et lea -sclaves jsaqu' an patement
tinal.
N. W. POPE. Sherif.
Ouesr Baton Rouge 20 Mars 1856.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH Ol. WEST BATON BROUGE.
'.XTO JIDTCIAL DIWRICT OURT.
In matter of the succession of RICHARD WALL, de- .
ceased. No. 545.
BY 11RT'E of a commission, to me directed in tLe
above entitled -ucoession. from the 6th District
tourt, io and for said 'arish and State, of date the
_.th of "rarch, 1t5 i. will be offered for sale at public
A uctlion to t he last and highest bidder at the last place
of residence of the- deceased, Rlcnuan WALT, in this
pari.h, on
Wednesday, the 7th day of lay, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. x.. all the heretnafter described prop
erty belonging to the succeesion or lttcuaxa WALL,
deceased. Ti wit:
THE I'ERSONAL PRO)PERTY,
Consisting ofllouse and Kitchen furnmture.,Croekery
ware, a tbuary contitting in taluable works-oue lot
o o,,l --wagons. Iloughs, carts, harnasse--l lot
lumber, ho:r-es cows. 12 shares of the Grou.e Tete
antd Haton Rouse i. It. C',mpanyl-hogshead and bar
retl ta. s-cord wood-itwo scrips and certificates of
Mutual Insurance Company. New York. &e" kc.
And the following claves, viz., Negro woman Ma
thllta aged 45 years-IBoy Charles aged 20--l)ick: 18
-Augustus 45-Alfred (mulatto) 5.-John 45-Abaa
Itha 0.t n.Women. Sarai (with of Abraham) aged 30
-'attl:ae aged :5 years and her child klizmbeth aged
one year---fartohne ;.5 yeare-Nancy aged 10 years and
Millo her chiild, aged 6I years--Hannah aged 40 yesas.
LANII.
lRt. ,One half arpent front of land. situated in this
pariah, fronting on the Mtssissispi river, with the
d.epth of forty arpents more or less, bounded above by
lands of Estate of 1'. 1'. Babin, below by those of wid.
tw Leger Iýaigre. and in the rear by those of 7enon
Irejeune, with the buildings and improvement there
"ndt. A certain tract of land, situated in this par
osh, and designated as section 35, Township 7. range 11
Fatt. containing six hundrad and eighty-two 74-1t0
acres.
3d. Another tract of land situated in this parish.
and ,!esgnated as the North West quarter of Section
19, in Township 7. Itange 12 Fast, containing one hun
dred and filty-ine 60-100 acres.
4th. A certain tract of hlnd situated in t his parish,
with the depth thereto belonging, bounded above by
lands of John Buhler, and below by those of W. S.
lobdell. witn the buildings and iinprovements thereon
(the width not ascertained). said land situated opto
aite the loot of Prophet's Island.
5th. A certain tract of land situated in this parish,
and measuaihg three arpeuts front on the ris. r, with
the depth thercto belonging. between parallel lines,
bounded above by lands of W. S. Lobdetll, and in the
rear by second slough or centre of said second dlough
near the cll levee, being the bfiture in froqt of the
tracts formerly belonging to Soathene and Rosemond
lacour f. m. c., now the property of W. S. Lobdell.
TERMS OF SAIE.
The movable proparty to be sold for cash for all
sums of Fifty dollars and under, and otar all sums above
that amount, payable on -te trat of January next,
That Land and tlases to be sold one tenth cash, and
tihe balance in three equal annual installments, pays
tile on the tirot of March, 1857, 1858, and 1859. pur
chasers to furnish theui notes tor the credit terms, en
dared to the satisfaction of the Administrator, bear
ing eight per cent interest after due till 'paid, and
special mortgage retained on the and and slaves till
fall rtd tnal payment.
AU of the above notes will be made payable at the
office of the Recorder of the parish.
W. It. Iouge, April, 1st, 1356.
N. W. POPE.
Sherif.
Ti'T l'E LA LOUIttL1:NE
PAROISSE D'OUEST BATON JROUGE,
coca or sIitEM DI.RICTa JtDIOLRU.
Dans I'affaire de a.Snuccesson de RtncARD WaLL, de
cedee. No. 543.
N VERTU d'une commission a mot addres.e dans.
Il susalite sucession. par I'honorable Cour da
am..eme listrict Judiciare. dans et pour in dite par.
misoe.portant date du 38 Mars 1856, it sere offert e-'
vente publique. du plusoffrant etdernierenchrrisseur,
an dernier domicil du difunt, en cette paroisse,
Mercredi, le 7 Xai, 1856,
a 11 neure A. na les proprietia suitantes, oavoir
Prt',tit!.E i'ersonedb se composant d'un mobiler do
maison. batirne deeuisine-saisselle une bibliothique
-outil .--aggon-- charruer- c harreter-1.arnaie--e
bois de co. ruction-chevaux-vaehe.-12 actions des
ctelmin de for Grooes Tite et aton Bouge-douves de
o3ucauts et de landil -boisde cord-i-d.euo orpJ et
ccrtilicatale I'Assurance Mutuelle de New York, .c.
ht leo Enclaves, suisvns, Negresse )!athilda, agei
de 45 an-Negri Charles agee L0 an.s-negrv 1 ick ages
18 ans-negri~ Augusts agee. 45 an.-mt.latre Alfred
agee ,5 an -negr. John agee 45 an:--negr Abrta
hamat agei" am ns--negresse -arah (fenune d'Abrah -r)
agei Ib 3Oaus--uegresoe lauline. agee de .5 an. t son
infant t.lizabeth agei d'un an-negresse Caroline agei
de 15 an-s-negrese Nanay ageg 30 ans et son intut
hlilly de o an--negresse Ilannah agee de 40 ans.
Et lee TmRRa suivantes, viz.,
Ire. rn demt arpent de terre. situ en eette re.
roiste faissnt faces au fieuve Mississippi avec une pro
fondeur de quarante arl.ens luse on moins. borne e0
i;aut par terres apprartenans I ta succession de 1'. P.
Babin, en bas par cellos de Venve Lger I asigre et one
arriere par collet de 'knon Lejeune, ensemble avec Ia
batises at amelioratione qui o'y trouvedt.
.me. Un certain morcean de terre, itno en ees-t
paroisse et h- signer commo etant la bection '5, Town-'
ship 7, iange 11 Est, contenant six cent quatrevingt
deux 74-100 acres
im'. Un autnie morceau de terre eit. oen rette pa
roisse et dbi.igees comme etant le quart Nord Otest doi
.ectton 19. du Township 7, Range 12 Est, contenant
cent cinquante neuf .O-100 aeree.
4me. Un morcesnde terre situi en eette paroiste,
avec la prolondeur qui y appartient, borns on bhut
par tortes de John Bulhler et en bad par celles do I:r.
W. S. Lobdell. ensemble avec les batissea et amelsor
ations qui s'y trouvent (la facade n'etant pas bien
eontenue) laquelle terre se trouve vis-a-vis le baa do
Pile I rophn to.
time. Un eertain morceau de terre- site on cette
paroIsse avant trois arpens de fare an feuve, avere Is
profondeur qui y appartient eotre ligneO parll;les,
bomrnb en haut par teres de W. S. Losdell, en ariFu
par" le centre de ia second coonlie i lartir de Ia viell
levee, laquelle terre' se trosve etre Ia bature for
mte en avant de teres ei-devant apparnenant a
,ltthene et Rosemond Lacour b. c. 1. et maintenat
appsrtenant j W. S. Lobdell.
Conditions de lI Vente.
I.e mobtier sere vendu an comltant jusqu'a ecncar
renc de olinquante piastree et pour tout ssumme. Sa
dessus, payable be premier de Januvier 1857.
Le terre it lea eaclaves, seront vendus un diaiemt
comptant; et la balance en trois termes egauz· payable
le premier de mars 1657. 1858 et 1]59, les aequireur5+
devront fournir leurs billets pour lea termes de credit,
endorss Aji Is stisfaction de l'Administrateurr, portiat
intreret a huit per cent apris ichanee, et byptbittiq
speeiale sera reservee ear la terre et les e.laves jlt'
qu'i Faiement final.
TFaus ole billets seront faits payab!es an Dures
du IRecorder de cette l'aroiee.
Ouest Baton touge, 1 Avril, 1558 W.
N. W. fOPE.
Sheri.
JOSEPH McKITRICK
Architect and Builder.
Shop on Flortda areit, aact of adC.
WOUlD respectfultl call the attention ofthe pubt
lic to my assortment for t new year. Having
maei ar' sng'ements with one fthe best minfaetSu
ring est. b1 .liments in Cineirnati, I am pre.p'red to
furn;sht A 4i I OORlS amid BI ISD . )iade of the best of
wi.ite ' ca.,mber and ofautpuwiwa"(.kl.o 5 ip, w1.10eb
cheape:r tLan can be made in the South. Iersond In
the country wisjiing to build wil find it to their aid
vantage to coniult with me before building.
SOrders from thec.mt3 s t a solici._
1 i Cointry.,arr t of ell kinds punotnllatty t-da.
to m the most w.ýktem ike arnnr.. .
P 'lanon .et -id ioto n for city and cu.ntry
henlos, surbirtBal s,; b., gi.rn in he m..t .
doti and.diapate.i, wate cisterns mal
meidrila erl
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