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LAND SALES,
SALE OF 45,000 ACRES OF
Valuable Sugar, Cotton and
CYPRESS LANDS,
Moat sadantagousnly ;:tuatre'. being of easy access to
market and will ildapttAd to the cultivation of the
BUG(.tR C'.NI:. CtIfrON AND COt.N, and well
locatedfor Saw Mills. Woodayrda, &c.. &c.
PARISH OF CATAHOIULA
TI. . R. I E. Acres.
8 half ofof. a. quarter section No 1, on Tiger
Bayou :'d Natichez R a! ...... .......... 7500
F. W. quartet of s. e. ouari.r -e 27, tPvou
Tenaas. oppoite T L Bailey. .. ..........t _00 t
Rich cottotn 1'. 'n. part cleared. Acr , ... ...... 00
PIARISI OF ST. LANDI;Y
T. 4 S., R. 6 E.
it . W gnarl. r :er. :i " adjoimug . ....
1q r ! djoijing Swa&1vr 400,81
T. S., R. 7 E.
W. hell et 2, ) tih rrth it¢rlaonda
All of it.. e ... 117.7
1i. half . half se 4 . J l lSrs 1117.
On both siden ltavou '1etit Prs ro., u-xar A-
chafalay River. Total........ .... 15.59
PARISII OF ST. .1ARTIN.
T. 14 S., R. 12 E.
S.!qcTarter and e. slfof s. w quartIertsc."t..
W. half of v. e. quarter and a. half of s. w.
quarter sec 26 .. 30.,05
These landt arne part hight and rich :and valushl'e for
eypress an.i.ash, on Big Ft rk and Litti Btay-tu 6,retl.
T. 14, R. 13 E.
W. half and w. half of s. t quarter ee 31 2195,97
On both sidies Little Baty-' Sorrel, u,..tly
high rich lai. 13Bth havau navigable a all
measoan for ttrearn!.at. Acres.......... 95 62
EASTr dAT)N ROUGE.
T. 6. R. 1 W.
Seas. 3. 4. . 6. 7 F. 19 10. 15. 17. 119 and 20 3234.94
T. ;, R. 2. W.
,een. 1, 13 anr! 11. ... .. ....... .. .. . 674 40
Fr.diin Miii.i ippi Hi-.er., ix tmilet abtee IBaton
Rouge. valu blel f.. tienber.
PARISH OF L'OINTE COUPEE.
T. 2. R. 7 E.
Sec. 71 and LLot , See 73 ....... . .. .. 202.00
High rich ar'd timbered land, ad,, mg JdoS. M.lre.
R. R. Coyle ar.nt Jour 'an
T. 4. R. E.
All ec. 63 ............ ............. ........ -4a .7`,
N. E. quarter aonl s. a. ,juar, .c. 7. :........ :'20 l0
All aec. 78.... .................. .
. balf see. 79 ....... . ....... ' 05.12
Allsee. it.. .............. . .... 64i ,6
A see 84.......... ..... ..... 0
lArge portio if aorve ilia'rn rich land, an l valuable
for timler. tot,'I in rt'aPr f 4 lanitat!s oi"r Str r
ling, R. F. MB,-ren,. '. ' 'hltn, tI. it. owning ,aid
N. Beanaain and otler' on li~ar i', r'c,.cii.
T4,, R. 9 E.
N. a. and N. w oarttu'rit .. w tntrter fse 41 80.16
t:ear ,f ih*u, ald otue
All ,f Rte. 4 . ..... ..... .... .. .. 5".34.0
Adjoinin -t. t r ;.n! other-rs uw F atsse iv --
r , fine timber 14,76t
T. 4. R. !1 E.
Sec. 35, aoljoinian Au;t f,4Blalc. abt.' Wa
terloo..... 200.00
T .. R. S E.
E. ihalf of . ,.. quartt, rc. 71
Fractional sec. 72...... ... .. .... . ..... 372.99
See. 0it
Lts 2, 3 awl 4 - C i'
lola . 2, 3 a d . ... . 7 .. .... F34.9
Lo:s 2. 3. and t. half of r- c. 4. see 74n.... 245.75
See. 75.
Lots I and 2 and r. t q, ai ter see. 79.
Lot 1 ee. S. .... ......... .......... 577.02
Iots 4. 11 ant I2. sec. io
Lots 2: 3. 4.. .5 :n, ). io and 11. sc. 81 ... 4qa .43
Rear of the 40i arpntt .~f plantiatlns on Bayou
Fordoche: l:ue ylr.ires thun.er
T .S, R. E.
W. half of N- ;. r. quartr, E. L.a .f v. W quar
ter and nl w qtuarttr of s. w. quarter,
sec. 27............. ....... ......... 200.t1
Total acres ............... .. ......... 126,57
WEST BATON ROUGE.
T. 7, R. 10 E.
See. --..................... ......-.. . .f 10,80
. 95 ....................... ...... f,
F. hallf sec. 9 ................. ............. 317.08
All ec 97........ .............. ......... 6d2.48
All sec. 98 ......................... ...... ... 640.0
On Grosae Thte and litoisstippirailroad, mostly high ;
all richly timberel with c press anid ash.
T. 7, R. II E.
W. half of s. 5. quarter. s. half of of. w quar
ter, N. w. quarter of s. E. quarter and s.
w. quarter, Se 6 ................. ..... 327.73
N. w. quarter and s. halfofy. v. quarterse. 18 226,80
Description as 1pteceding.
554,53
T. 7, R. 12 E.
•. w. quarter sec. 10.
N.. a., N, w. and s. w. quarters sec. 31........ 280.00
Adjoining Molaitin. Lelaiane, Narcisse Laudery,
Wood and othcr, fine cypres timtber.
Total .................................... 3697.81
PARISH OF IBERVILLE.
T. 7, R. SE.
See. 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5 ....................... 594,5
S(e. 60, 1 nd 62.. ................ ..... .. 4tiS.i0
..ec.33, 84 nd 35. ......33.............3...... 4353
Sec. 87. 88, 89, 90, 91 and 92 ................. 950.7
Lot 7, sec ll1, src. 119. N. half of 120, 121.... 405,4:
On Bayou Alabama a; high rich land, well ad
apted for sugar; naigable at ll seasons:
fine cypress; easy access to market.
T. 7. R. 9 E.
W. half of w. half sec. 106.
N. a. quarter see. 107.
All se . 113................................. 939,01
rear of Gov. Johnson. B-,rrow andi others :
fine high rich land, best of cypress.
T. S. R. 8 F.
Sees. 3. 4. 5. 67. 7. and 9, Bayou Alabama. . 11431.07
Secs. 10 and 17 ............................ t30.31
Sees. 39, 40. 41 and 61. Bayou Alabama...... 687,07
S. w. quarter of a. w. quarter sec. 63
All see. 14.
W. half of w. half and a. a. quanrter sec. 71.
All arec. 72.
N. half see. 73--... ... ......... 939,57
On Bayo: canS or Bayou I.'eurs.e; high rich
cane land, finte cyrpresC.
S. half sec. il and a. half 1Lt 3, sec. 82...... 400.51
.ine high rich ins. 390,53
... t .. T. 8, R. I E.
E. halfec.27... .... ...... 31,444
T. 10. R. 12 E.
N. half of N. half se. S6.... 1. 60,00
Fine cypre., timber, near Bayou tboula
T. 11. R. 13 E.
See. 1 .. ................... ................. 188 00
Adjoining Harrison, Mrs. Iauve, Richard; high
and rich land ; valuable cypress.
All se . No. 23 6.............................. 6.,00
Adjoining Hon Tranimand LAndry. Valery
Landry, Antoine Dias, Vinson & Gindry.
Cyprir:n Ricard; part high rich cnnr land
well timthredo with best of cypress. Total 8500.26
PARISH OF ST. JAMES.
T. 12, R. 15 E.
Part of see No. 1 ............ ...... 34,00
Rear of Ory. Llomuf and others, part of
Double Concesaior.-ftne cypress.
T 11, R. 4. E.
W. hlf sec. 40..........
W. l . . .... ........... .... 320.00
Reir of Colomb. Veasser Weber and others
-ide cypress and ash.
PARISH OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST.
T. 11, R. 6 E.
6 half of . at quarter and s. C q,,arter, see
tion 88 ....... . .. . 250,73
In rear of Jos. LeBourgeoi .... other "Ian
tas, as far down as Ed. 5Lrmiiionus--finecy.
!l. f s8C. 81.
N. w. quarter se. 92 ....... .. 0,00
In rear of Tregle, Feiam and others-fine
Cypress.
T. 11. R.7 E.
Lot and . w. quarter sec. i.
8. hafk sc. 2
N. half of .. quarter see 11............. 3,88,
8. qu.arter, N. I. N. w., and a. w. quarters
of a. w. quarter sec. 8
8. L quater ne. 4 .................. .. 440.24
Section 12 and Lot I, section 18 ............. 51,5
T. ii. R. 8 E.
Sections Non. 7. 18 and 18 .... . 585,13
Adjoining and in rear of Double Concessions,
valale for cypress, being high and of easy
osses. These lands are situated above and
below the plantation of Hollingsworth.
T. 12 R. 18 E.
. half eetio ................ .. 0,00
Rear of St Martin, Roussel, Graolis and
others, ansot 0 arpents from the river-fine
tJ dt. ...... . · • .. ........ 3 7,1
L AND SALES.
PARISH OF ST. CHARLES.
1T. 13 R. 19.
S. s. quarter se.tion N 11 ............. .. 145.40
Arijoinrg Wflhitehcad and othera. rear of
IDouble Conces.ions--flue timber.
PARISH OF ASSUMPTION.
T. 12. R. 13.
S. w. ornartr rect.n 3.8, Bau !i iTrre Part... 118.09
At first ferry, south side of road.
W. half of'.. w quarter section No. 48...... 81.004
Ilavo l'hellp, on new ro.l to Pierre Part.
rich high lands, in tlhckly I-tftled neigihaor
hoods.
T. 12. R. 14 arni If E.
j r.n b',e nrn es.,,m-n t -o irrs of Lotui. (:uilliot. 1037,00
llHigh: vdaluable Lhnd -fin* cir,.
T. I',. R. 13 E.
i half t: . . quarter and .. w~. quart, r
Abow. a. i :dja.m ninvf Supeorvt:le, 4'11 Gtat.,l
Sect.n. : : '.4 ...i ..... ....... .. ... 2 4 )
Iake !" a. .i an* iadl aLe I at.lmur,'e--vgh
and well timbevrr,..
T. 1 R. 1, , .
E. half of ):. half .,ctton . ... 1
3. half o: N I:. qu~arter, and a half ,,f Pý,. E.
qarws section 12.. 16 00
I you lir. Ligh la l, a t auti !, wi)de
and navigable trraru i ia ttllm. it; :.,Iaynn.n!:
T. 2 l4 R. J11 I
ectiou' ?.o . . ..... . .. ... 7
fnt- on .anal.
ntI l.ake rret rt an i aa ourbeaux. hisli
Tand aluable nt c)r pre-.
Ir. 1.3, R 14E.
W h a. lf f al e sge-tin . .... ........ 160.00
T. is. R. 1 E.
4-ction No 9..... .... ............... 639.67
W half of . P quarter ii half ,f ' . w. quar
ter and s. . qttrle 5e<ttti O.. . .. 32it.
W ,halft+. r. E. quarter, anid . . ,u.atter
rcti .. ...... ... . .. 2 1.
In rear :f Tite. Welwr I'airnre'J and otih
ers : Itrt+i laP Bad e.
Tt:tl era in .iHacr. ti .. . .. '.. 4 l 0
PARISH OF IA FOI (Rt'IHE INTERIOR.
T. It, R. i E.
N. half section No. 19...................... 320,(
R.ar of l1,:'a, Cohina,. Tuoler and others ;
fiOe c'ipr +i awaslp.
PARISH OF TFERREBONNE.
T. 18, R. 14 E.
Se tion So i1......... .. . 26.50
E. half i,,-tion 70. all ection 73. Itt 1, see
tio 74 ............... ........ ....... 448,01
W. half of s. w. quarter seetliol a,. w. i:alf of
w. half section .......... .. 390
North ,f plantation. .rlaorth sitde of Bayou
IBlack-f-ie iratlre.l land!s.
T. 1;, R. i5 E.
cti,,n N' n...... . . .. . ..... ...... 47:,0R
Oetions 37. :18. 39. 9 ,41. 5- . 5 .,rnd -5.. ......... 1179,92
Otn Pivoa rhic:kahoutla. n rnlr~a ; part
high . all valuable fior tnmlwr.
T. 17. R. 16 E.
.in 7 ........ 29
ii.a: of laudsl on Pa, : lr .r~ k.ý
T. 20. R. ti E.
ection.s 17 andlS i'u ti aux lIer.,i Hol.! e !7.t0
T ota l ................. .. .... . .... .. .. 3t 44 , ,
PARISH OF Oi1L "EANS.
,ectton . A.:. T 12 IR i C
-eeion No 1. TI 1. R 12 F ,. ............ 1 5,
n In ar of 40 arpents adjoin"m: abo:i lands
of .,i rO
The foregoing lands will be scl, ,n accumam,,.lattin
terms. Apply to J. i tWELL,
P ,nai,i-.t,,e . l ou- :aeri.
tp" uhz.nw. in the difft'r,.nr lat,, 111Pr+.- ..,- tl+
St.a mn t al- at tille itiatrlt'at at a: ..;ton t lit it y.
atirten'.,into with prmptur .s by
mar 29-Ofm A. . i'tWELL.
BUSINESS CARDS.
A. ern ri n t e ent thr;i u -It tlhe I'1,t office.i
SMONTHAN e BROTHER, FA IfLYI GROCERS.
cj. Corner Third and Church strelkt.
('i L. SEE, CPARPENTEI;d CIISTERNVBRILDPI.
L * Shop on kifth street.
.4 D)ilMAN\ & WI.litlAN. NEW ORLEAi S CtIEA-' {
SStore. corner Iuaayette and laurtl Itre,+ts.
H T. WAl tilI. DfRCGI,"T& (CHEMIIST Cor
Stier Third anid ('hurch sterets.
HiARNEY HOrSE. WILLAM M.4RKh.M YPRO.
S prietar
ST M. FA'IIto. AT.TI'(T Et' d" ('SL'tSvEILOYI
1 at law. Offce at the Court Housc , aI t IPat
on Itouge.
J ,Ms. M. MCS1AIAN, A-1 1it.'EY .. COt1 .r.
lor at Law. Office on Iainre: str-t.
J A. VAI.LETT. DHUGGIlST I CflFM.I17T Thirdl
. strert Let. (Convetion and ,',rlbh It ,levardi.
J H ifSHECK. Ilr'K F'..; d I II (LL Office
* " on Church ppposite the Ila r. a Houseo .
J T W. ItItOWN. ARCII!T1r7C d- IU ILJDERl Orders
Scan be sent throucht the I o.itcihe.
------ - ----- - -
JACOB PIPFR, FLIRutITCRE. ITAli:hit '(F',RE d*
Churchl street.
TOSEPH JOOR, ATmIRNvEY i ,r: -. ,: -. l
S Iaw Office with P. A. Walker, J. !'., o.
street near Third.
_ - -
J I. BR1N1tT, ATTY)i.RNEY COUNSELLOR Al
Slows. Office on Main: street.
J H. MrCLTCHEN, ATTORNEY S COCXSELLOR
* at Law. Otffice on Laurli street.
TOSHIIA BEAL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL GRO
cer. Church street.
P CHO.IPPIN & CO. BATON ROUGE CH.EA P
P Store. VSoth itouliear
7 P. G;REV: , AT.,RNE/Y~& COti.V.FLLOI AT7
LI .e law. Office on lnfaiyto. street, Baton Rouge.
and near the Court House. West ]Baron Rouge.
S HAILL ATT(,H NY 4 COUNNSELLOR AT
SLaw. offiie on Laurel street.
THEo (ltRE. (Olp\IANt. IDEA LEH IN CLOCKS,
Watcles, etc. Under the Iarlney House.
I-------
T G. & P. H. 3IFt0?AN, ATTORISEIYS d COCUN
e. teors ac law. Otfice ou Laurei st:est.
T M. BOGEI, DI.GGIST . CIEAIST. Lafayette
n er., near Church.
STr F.TL'NNARD&CO., CARRIAGES. IIARESS
* &c. Maine et., next the City Hall.
JOHN TILANO.
WOtRKER IN TIN. COPPIAt, AND SHEET IRON.
THE subscriber respectfully begn leave to inform his
.j friendt and the public generally, of this and the
adjoining Parishes, that he is now prepared to execute
all work in the above line, in the best and moot work
manlike manner.
lie ;s ready at all times, to make or repair
Steam.
Supply.
Cold water,
Eacape
and
Stops Pipes of
very kin,, quality and description.
Breeching,
Tin or Copper Gutters,
Spouts or Valleys
for lining Cornices. made and put up. Always on
band, a general assortment of Tinware, Sugar-house
ltampu, lanterns, Oil Cans. kc.. Ae.
- AR onrders from the country promptly attended
to. JOHN TILINO,
Church Street, Baton Rouge.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
DEALER IN OLOCKS, WATCHES,
BARITe HOUSE BATON S OUGI tOrlsiAN.A
I EEPS constantly on band, a large and beautiful
a assortment of CLOCAKS WATCHPS. and JEWEL.
Y, which he otfers to the citizens of East and West
atmn Rouge and vlcility, om reasonable terms.
NoT, lit IML.
N EW ADVERTISEtMENT.
Carpenters & Plantation Tools,
1lane . gag.
Tape lines, t tnge.
haw Files, R~u h,,
Sill I-ilen, tia.mtera,
Square Files. 1tatcLet.,
B} stard Fil,.s. V lcas.
Match Plaun. IDrawtug Knives
Turn srs., H[and tcrews,
.Gimtbhto , [ vIA sa,
e It'. s , landle,
M:,ltetn. Trow ,,
,eror, . BrLrae..
Stck a .t tole, F it , ,"'eri.
[lo nch tluok., .i ry 1a ,er
tSand falr. For vale by i'tts,
iTw s r uche-s, t
vr. J . B . N " A N : ..\ r
Irhln b,,. an-i 11 i!l, ws & .ou ,nd,' 'omapa- r,..
RIGHT ABOUT FACE!
YO'CT 1IT-TI '!
o s rs: ,1. ('r tit: in f .... th e p bl:ic th at h a ,vin ;
S e 'an u :ax - as ia ta Itt r it -. -a
SINY.·.It) Ih:, !ti- :It." ai' i- .tt+" l.: tll(,! ti. !:" la !low Khr_,v.
,tt; c tt+, N wnt c ;. in on h r ,rdI b e l lt et sttt b.. " h1 -,
l . 1 , n a ,r , it t ,- t . n o r t , ,i e ti r d ,,:
re! - i t" "v IIftl| . re- -wh·'! O Oi IF a n d h i, .rrony -s l i 'n ' I
da "l " I , rl 1 ,--- <f (, n it , bit w "t' ! ,at ti-ti 1.1 a la ri. -e ll
;Ii 1"" -t YT·II ,l " na, Iakt- ~. t " t t
idi:r,,.r a iltatlpu-nl'- I'rstale la l anitt;i il :t ; llt;I)t'
mu i 1 It r it O't : t"tlt. l a " t-1 t. 1tntt-r . .t.
I I. l t. , , r , , a
,nI . + , i: a . , r :!- l, l i4t+ . A I "' , . - - . i,
. ti, I , , tr . : ,- ItI stc to I n ;-, ta l t, it
l aate. ti i:r1 t E r l: Art l .
'A t I tne ,,n.. e' iL :.
Au i rIiv-"e Jti" ('.l a shart:n call "
J. A. TROUSDALE,
SC' Gil s. DEYTaST,
P-tN-. o" tce. I.a.,
S .EN: CWr the t, .na der of hit pr id--l hnal at rvicet in
the vario[Is bran h+ tlp+lt e to, t!, ""1 :t
to the i ,:er- aftr:o ge!i;le ,a".n of ". t a Ind W .- t s` to,
i,.,I f n , 'e 'rir b.0! to t. 1,t" whi haw n>.: ,'' n ,
p lae-I him. i e t. uti re pcttful refe. r to i:L, tt n-l
k u iuln who have , . ibe t ly ftac roved h n ,inturi II t ,.
p:ant ytatr with their c lntienev, n d ( or ,va ,.':h Lh
woul- return his tn,+' sinctre thank+. prom.-;1.. to
u:eevery mor xertion t i. continue t, l rit V'i"[.w.i- .t
All s.1 ,'k perflorma .i c t a d ,ilth It . i
arua-e cart a:ld Il- o altl t'r 'Iw at ,dtlr:Dhi, lt.ta ta
rendering Ea lr miwn t i t Irrelat t a' t tG 0i t. ie w"1t w'
I citte ttt tt -et
I hon for f lanekrrf,
I ',t--aIt ita hi' g al -m,,kirt tt t tI 1ft n, hi- art
cl" intvalugtl!t as a brtIltir cen.t , r :.r -I t L o L
Dan a I1 if \t t I")I t-L.
SREGISTE1I OF rkTNAWAYS.tta
s nit a'tr / tlt I ( aet a td-` a o lier tta". a reef.
Ibait.
S .l, ' t t t ,.; I ,' f. .)eT.i
c , ::U ,t , ,, .: 5 o }
. ha r :or. .+ d ' ear 1l0i._ ,tuewr ALt e .miutl
te,l Feb. ad.
T/;'('YK-Fiv,:i,.et aix e-is nn : , i ri'v 1 : ne p-r e,.
or,ano i+. : ) cla:- ,. "v , ,1- tl +: ! e MO ". ,
Ml.qer of M`"i .. I ,,m nti ,o t' - , f ,J.II
1 ARISII OF WLF"T FELRILN \--St 1 It:Nl\-1VI.LLh.
JIMl-Dark cm M,,.,n,,,, abou :3 ..... it I. and aboat
J rel :n, ' .t " lb,=. a ",f blnt", f: ý I to li htUhmanl
,, l . :r t . t, lv 'l v ; . , R i v; e r . e ,s . J ln : t t s l 3 i a i e i. ,. tl h '
f11.lfLEI; -Y-1'. w e"+"+irp i"- n t :.-ar r , a1.,
r o,,' i5 ..i't 7indI*Ilv ill!tI so-, a ,` - 1 , ea ie ,.
Til; laan -ib+' ,n len>as elver cml:t:ted
3M1ich 11. ".5,.
1A'i'.II tOF L,(FOU. RIE--T!I10CSiRIT'.
JOIItY PlLII'--l ii maltto e,: abe<d al,"" -r, wear,
5fet thIn i; he wrte, an lI : -k, " .: t. lith a . I
t tm nt,e-. lath F-eb. ll-rat? t.- in, rucm Newo
1",,. ; !t . frfee
FR 'AR.Y( F'CIS-^tou' b alit. a',,+ it '2 wt:r, .I! :, f, .t G
incl.- high, black con,;Jexoun. near' a (,r
n.amispeak, iF rnClh an`1 iLogI.,i: :-i . " l .e i|, n,
to in.. GoI.o in tlim pari c. of rt Le airy cru
miitttd on t. h "' L tl.
DA VII-.- grin, ab tut 22 yearn o!d, 5 feet R ;n h;
high ha- to ' ti. lt la't i,.er's on the rik.Lt hat.n,
s0 si peakOugl:.i) ,ni ". ss', ue behoup to , E t E ll I
" cairri in the pariah of it. I atr;, < I.amu tt d
Ilatt'h i., ".,
IPETER--'i.lA cu::,pl+..e.'. 24 nears old. 5 fe,+t 11I
iuchesa i.rý,}h: ,;la . bt he":,,:"_ to A/,;as ,'rwn e o
T'ennas arr.:t. L... " ,. ,- 3 Alar,': l} t,, W t."
1 11. 1 - J'A}-It--oiI5 FI'.VEPt ;LiT
GEOIGE-A- ,u: 5 f:'t ~ ,r S :i.ch.,. l.gi,, 22 <.r "..
years ult. iorh iatt tomtbi nut In t!,- under..&V
dIItk coml',i11rtu , bl..'n'. to TtOnmas ecout, -,et"
ding hn I. a~ ountl, hxan..
PArne![l oF lItEV1LILF,-PLAQt FM\iE.
CIL4RLES--t'ht tualtlit, about : ,.l.r.i ,, a ,r+t
S ,lent 6 a .! he- hitgh tlp,,.i u } u,,,t L ."h ': ,u .i ,
, ill .,e, sa.- he b . ags to.!,h Wilia:.,
old, r ttlfer taHi. , it .. "" ,.", . t . - ;
scar on the llts .w.>I or thle l-,r, ,:ead, nas - hr, u,
lung. tuoT. 11. Hari.er of Non i leuans.
CAT.1HOULA P.110>H-11 IRRI:ON" I W.G.
DICK-Black comlplexio,, abh,-t 2Y: }ears , :,i. 5 far'
11) in.-lhen hegh. and stout built; .ony h.. b o,'h .n, t,,
.q.uire (Careltoun lllnlrro, Ark.; committed 5.tl
Feb '56.
PARISHt OF tUACillTA--MONItOE.
1b56.
MISSISSIPPI.
ADAMS COUNtI f'-NATCHIIIZ.
ALECK-About S1 years old, 5 feet 3 inches htzh
dark copper color. dressed in oens blanket ,'.sat
blue cotton pants. brogans:, wo rn cap, and has a
scar oter the ri'ist e:.: ,as lie hbelon.o to John
Jack Odell, of the parc; of t. John the IlBapti.t.
coumnitteli Jan. 9th.
WARREN C'(l 'NTY-VICKSBUCRG.
SAM--Elack, 5 feet 3 inches high, 54 years old, had
a. white linoey pants, lowell ahirt anl blanko t
toat; belongs to Vasllinzton Rowden near Prince
ton, Miss.; C(ommittedi Fe. .5th.
LAM RENCE C(OUNFY.
COR.VELICU.-Thirty-three yesars old, 5 feet 4 inchts
blab uas a scar under the left arm, about '2
inches long; belongs to John T. M!,,re of tio' firm
of Moore and Simmons, New Orleans.
NOXIUBEE CON'TY.
ADAM-Dark complexion, 3u or 35 years old. 5 feet
10 inches high, wears whiskers and weigh.: t;5
or 180 pounds; beloogs to Cincinnati Viltlia in
Lauderdale county Misse.
MA DISON COUNTY.
DAC--ark complexion, 30 or 15 years old, 6 feet 2
inches high, has a scar over his right .ys' and
some scars on hisa legs; belongs to J. J. Ty,o: oft
Louisiana.
CLABORNE COUNTY--PORT GIRSON.
PETER-Brown complexion, long Svtage, has whiakers
and goatee, bad teeth, lost part of front teeth of
upper and lower jaw, and has a scar over the left
eye and temple, cauedi by a batchet: run away
from Bayon Vidal about two weeks before Christ
mas; committed 'ith Feb '56.
GEORGE--Copper color, slim built, has good teeth,
has a large scar on the left arm caused by a
burn, and a fresh bruise on the cheek, and is 5
feet 6 inches high; nays he belongs to Jack Wat
son of Tensas parish; committed Feb. 13th '59.
TEN NESS EE.
HAYWOODR COUNTY.
PARIClK-Ts a copper or brown color, about22 yearn
old, 5 feeet 10 inches high and weiges 165 or 170
It andsa ays that he belongs to Gen King near
.lutmbus, HIss.
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We have heard so many fathers and vethers who
recognize the pleasant duty of guiding tie minds of
their children in the paths of knowleo at home,
speak in terms of the highest commeration of this
ierieu of books for children, that we feela desire to see
them universally read among shidres- They consti
tute the finest serite of books for the yoong that we
have ever sIen.-Louirl Couri.
HARPER & BROTEr-5, Posns.
CHERRY PECTORAL
For the Iapld Care of
CO'GHIS, COLDS, IIOARSENSS,
B.ONCIIITIS, WHOOPING4o0gU .
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
CONSUMPTION.
A. anod.iu- "., . ,. 4ewV .de,.
Sere-. i d ""C :,r i:.v ., t; v r nete s
t. l rc:. . f ....1.. gr. , .. L . .,.:. a :,er i ae' tt o
rn'.. iali t L ) far ltsong any hs .
)It . ,r;:: , ·~ iii - ., I·rl. ; M r I;., : . -ter raaguint-ina.TtiD .
)"r. ýi'·t- tl :;,:a.J x:- ?,"!,,+ pr",lU rr o(,t as pm
t r.t-t , nlot:,n o , ' it. , t e+uia a+:diog tophysimi(a
Sde."r!ttm in;l min,: . "it hit',,rtoi btamneda, ma.
",at' et na :t r." + div :. , - e IbeI,- oA to do fortbw
nil a t :,-ti, i " r :. ,, i* + r oumil und tad its.lt
i itl - .hntter to the hich>ti medili ea.
tihor;: ,, in ks ;l. n-,t:n ;i t" ,: receivedI the ta ,l{.
.it1d co:i,:wn:;t : . -, ri i. n the irn h .lowings ehik
He vi n 0 "|. * ,.! M b. ie at l ti',It IeA. i lt
(1Lto Mle- cal ('.,oI'Kt> 'Coumn.., fO: Bowdon llMe4
',Oittie dirun 'iw.K MI.- L Vni Cr t (rol]g f Medo
'11"! z . A ulnlrfe'i. : -t oeine Albany, li y
of --!Wintl Inx:ugtoln, tI Meldcal Schoolb, Harva
tni erity. aoibrtg. ia.n.; (,',limbian Medie lC
I "", Wa.hlinsgtoi. Mteuphis ModilcallttitutejTepageu
Ar.d in frro gn i entrieo :
! .' :ale de i-t.ic a-, iaria. France: Royal cones,
Phys- n:",- ae-i urge.-', ian-taon; QUteens Caolg
Ire'hi"; r ve-~It ,t \.. Italr.; Imperial Clg
oif Pit,:.-ic.,, Vienn, Junta Meditcal.g" Jlsam
Cuba, ei .
Tih l1echanlic ianstaute of Ohio. at Ctaeinnati ag .
Sdel trher dipliomna to the CnenrY "l'tTiiltt, with heaps
for it, extraloreilary viriue for caring diease. Thad.
,ltia of the Mi--atchusett Charitable Mechaniicm I
clrti,a was given to thii- prparation it their fair l
, eto p. ei t IW47; Alo, t tMelithioa Awardsafthe
tIhr-e p;neat Institute of thi, country.
Etdre frr,,nl the port hf ohi I.,xrd of JAdpmea Ga.
ittd for the Inastate 'f )l aaahnuts. eonsria;d of Zoe
fes.-,r {ebeter, of rd ifrieA C,;at. and hapers.
{ .iie I'herrv J"ICtc;iai t relpae.C by 'r. J. C. Afyl,
laweata klac i, habe-"e ael: and favonrably knowato
- the ,i:al Ir.i n "o : ar.! )yi clmitt: ceoaorts ti
,opincui, if thn.oe wtho have a..l an, pueacribed itt'
ctis a beautifal and hiuedly svaiable preparasil'm
evidencer of its i utccn. a a remedy auhtieist.y .i
ti-t it may be relied u!sa, with ctrondenac tr the ntli
of the nuimerou anu I atiecting puutnoary diasemass ni
diint to our el mate.
Elaborate ciunouendations of the CarutwPac as
hate appeared in the Guston Medical said SagletalJoa
sail irltinsh Ame.c. .I Jornal of Medical and Phyjil
ewao-i t. onIreal, tandon Joarna fPhasag.Caha.sim
taru MlC-dical i'-, :e. «. C . irsitthwaute'm aet,
E.n4.rti, Me cal rep-p tar. New .iray, Londoa ianeet,
t. 'L,. p M-r,<h .ue et do r -ia,. N eraue Meaoii le, face,
!rasn. .. As,..:n. arLlO - poyuti utridity. this to
r.-t r ha reeirai ti.e fatvoraoiie nouice of many atk*.
g tb.le I erronageM ation wi: ata rtne
ii, P.eynl Jtfjeatr. O(near. Kinnoat $wemreanda eay.
IH- liol.mnrl UaM .ty, Nic.Lato, IEmeror .f all the
Iis It '.ness. I'l s IX., Pope of Rome.
Hir ' uol:ms tthnesbar .b ,lI liejid, Sultan'a"i .
Hi A argast Mayerty, Fredri-ec VII, KIng of lern k
It' r et . ('atl.c Ma.jesry. lsabelllall., QvOml~im.
11, i, yal Maje:t y. tlito, King otiGreece.
IHLil, reue tghne,:sse, Le.lud. Graad Duke OtE4a".
H.a MoSt Noble tlighness, George, Prines of
S,.3lcl Phri Paramedn r Maha Mongket,
ir Charhie T. Metcalf, Governor General tl
Gra. Don Thomas C. Maaquera. Presad~e$t Ilf u
Gran ata
Rit.: I1tl. l, Edward Power. Lor Btishop ofT"fM i.
iil:it tev. ertiitt Paine, Met;hdit Bt BL O in a t -
Frm nZhn Pi.-ree. Preoidert of the United St4..
iHarv ereyamour, rtovernor of the Stai4ttlliujllt ,
lion. Henry (.ay, United tiates Senater frol .
toi. lm.el Webster, zecretary of State of tli .
*tAard !_iteheock, D. D.: IAD. . e-c. .&., Pt f
Amilert .iiailge.
L. cirkcini. D. D., LLI. D. President O(aKlettesi
College.
Hou. Frane a Shank. ex-Fovernor of Pmaniyltiw A
fHara onu .rfoledson, Pr ofe-sur, of Medl .,t Slek
hol.
I-. C. T. Jackson, Geologit of the Publi le ala.d
tUnittl -tales, aiscoterrr of Ether, Knigahtithli, e
of Honor. er
Ge:i. Le.il e Coombs. Member of Congre frtomall,.
* io WH. B reton. .cretary of the U.. Isty..
I:e v. lia Lnc.ug. of tt.uvklyn, N. Y.
l.ev lieu:r Ward Bkcecher, of New York ety..
rev. Dr. t aomas Wormeraley, of Massacboeat y -
It. e. si;tLe . t1)., I'rnuislent of Roanok. Coia La.
f C. Welts, Prof. Math-. and Chem., " "
Wm. A. mith, I). ,'re. P.andolyh it .
C. $ Stuart, Prof. Cltem. & teal., "
L. WI. Green. iti 1t.. ls. .irampdefl a - l
Maj. Wm. Ge.illam, P'rol of'Chemitry, W .
Tau C.u.EnY i'tTnlA has not ontly Rfe
into the armies ian hospitals of the aba o e b
soereig.na., but als '.ioeo of atnlm t ar. rf r
eranent on the glote. Throught a tia ata
and by many nations, it has proved tLihe
reme ly evcer ye-t ddaev.ere.I for the
tre-"su.t &-.i+as:a or tee throat and l.oag,
shoutl be without it; ani tacae who have g ktatm
it( virtues neaer will. Dy it, timely use
thoiiouands are maceJ every yea from thuka
wh.ch as:;a Jo down to an early grave ittsb ia liwb
every age and sea and na.!on.
OPINIONS OF EMINRKT PH -
From the tyrerrable RJ idt of
J. C. AYOs, Sir: 1 tate sa d rojr Comr
my own case of deep-rooted bronchitis, sad a
from its cemical constitution, that itis 15
oumpound for the reliet of laryageal aed
culties If my opinion of its superior
of any serrice, you are eat liberty to use itat
proewr. EksSDa
AxEamtr, Sep. 29, 1S49.
We. the undersigned, have long used
PrIe^r.u., for iItamateou and other
tbhroat and Iangs, with sucht marked succes
that we confidently recommend it to the
exellent remedy fur the complainte arisies
II. M. Erm ,. D.,
Surgeon of the Military Iastitut i
J. C. MI. McagEtu., M. l. .
Sup't and Physician Deaf &Blind latitaot, St llr
F. T. hsmorurso, f. D.,
Sep't and Faysican West. Lunatic Asyl.e ,
ED. D. WArut D, LL.- I)
rrofen..or Phys' c in Washi
li-es. Jajm boo:s,
Chief Ju.tice of the State
RT. Rev. Bla.sor HLeSeAW, o
New i'onLLrD.v Ws.,
Ds. J. C Avur, rear ir: I have
yaur Censt P.crorAL in my practice. ad4,4 ~*
knowledge, with far beyond the o,.dinary .4t
medicines. It has cured for me soeae.isan s
couicmption, which lad assumed an 113 .
taid many cases of asthma, bronchitis, and t
which I coatd subdue by no other remedy. :.4 ,
J,;n you to maintain its excellence at the high
yu havre reached: and while you do so, he aeetd71
pre doing an amnant of aod in the world of
neost ambitions brother in the profession
Your friend, W. I
The foloten g is froe a nj hengeieL d
rosee Qf l Chest.
LA FArr Cob., PEEr., Ortt.
Its. J. C. ArTa, My Deer Sir : I think it bst
inform you that I hare son a most
consumption by year .ectorial in this
ful young lady, nineteen years of ae,
the last stage of disease; her cough was me
and the expectoration part blood and part
with large lumps like pieces of lung, I
thodox remidies without efect; and ..n
to the Pectorial. which, to the incredible $o0
ity, has restored her to their arms prfeetly
not the custom of phycicians to laud such
but common justice demands this iat*fleit,
niways recommend the Cherry Pectoral in
Yours respectfully. J. P. &'st
SIIIa x rr, 'Texas.
Sm: Inotice n your circtular that the
your Cherry Peetoral and Cathartic PillI
any physician who have not yet receivede
pllcation to yo . I should like much to
as I havelong used your preparations f- sla
and generally withoeniellent success. a
furnish to the prolfs the best expecta
best catharie we have.
Yours. respectfully. A. 113
511 A. PP"/d e off Lod Plserstof the
Dr. T. C. Area. Sir: I have nuse oar
,naud exteneively In my practice, and fnd it
.e far any other remedy we here for curing
the lung. R it Joea -

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