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3UJILDING LOTS! BHOLDJNJ LO)TS!I
od iftrn for cote in btldtng Luto, the
1-jIe groun" OppOnitetitO Ferry Landin.. in
Nai u.tlnh at a0VItb%"' p 1~' 'PtTeerOnt
abcplh t sultablo tIPI, t~ p yqraC11R .rerTd.
d bir O pl r i f p uf b " 5in g , s o u l al a il t he i t clvt e o f t h i s
ep~ertanitS. ot e to (. w. g LnK. nr his
gent sb a3, BtERN.RD tetorder'o office
ae t 3fe e ý - - -
Flvt reneb Jatl n W .tu ntll nlittret. eonelt
lrwn, sntall an°. lgurt.. RI) p, r ccolt }'olio
ý Lgtoheu T.vll tttruat, Clo'vP , oI nll
and a ISrt randyt of IOx Inuit -41,0 0o
ftmbroliiscd Cellr . b'1 per r.t 'IT inene, h~m
£1nhrftta Ex~tra tine to r'.i1le+Qiot.~It. 1 -x.
broidoti Lki.tC . nlit it ,-Pt d4,7, 'it
IO do L. C. s!M~at&Co"
.I.SIMION &: CC)
ja 1t Arrivd 1r rn liiih fonitnr weat. PotI
lha paat I'ure iVOn shirt font+. t'atottet oeam
""irt ram jtShirtefllari. Light silk neck tier. lirtn
ldnek tier. i11th tbreat , ' " t'i t ai0+.
Bleaohed and 5nhachd hbalf home et cI t ra. &c.
Ocmh in the Nelghbollrha~ of G. 1oubtire tore t
IL , anda 18th tiy s. P155. lf. A peket B3ok su
tamin1g t o.p dtoIllr itn mmon. a note of 1tre. '.
popei t u otterof l. Illbert. Intedl aurnry I ,I'd
Poji to te tr S A t o f J. . Ihf e eyotTttlr' to
the ofor ther at f yi
A fohef ILoriuik I"?tbrt to the otter tAW. B. rteni
borlia rue dratrt of 1,e atoroaill nots. are rto
qwet nOt to flegotite Lthem ekept in th htals of
IN anlotninIF RP. IIEBERT.
DAWSON & 00'
DF.I RS 1.1
FRENCI AYD A;iERIC:ANv
JIal, Cape, Straw (oods, Umbrellas dic,,
INo. 5, Chatties Street, New Jlcraue.
A.pr liP 185
ChIAI~LES 1tL B'I'OS.
TILACKS) tTH uhr 1rl ' e r K~ug i
reiae~ti Bgglol a nt other repeasirm
doue at the shortet notice. lilrroe
ehoeit dole with the great cnre ant tleptatch.
1 t11 work toaa by him stall be otqual to tout done
at an: othelreitabJinhOhttt in theti.
Ar.faggonn ant Cartt atwavo oni hant for sate.
- shop on jinimippi st. San Michel, West Baton Rouge.
.paeh 1.
LO-UIS O~o -DErT,
.Pahionable Boot and Shoe
Maker,
/RVW T1FL1Y offers his orvicee to the rervice
and .ieitit, in makingall kindt
t ).jf . 1;1t long experience in tho4
eaniaess is the ammentation he offero.
I;i shop is t.a on Lafayette street, between
Chtreb tad Lati , near tloret's !rug store.
]rK.K. em Joyt but the best workmen. and a!-.
way. guartntee, a fit.
:;a" ieonlemsn troubled with Cotiwr or Br.osaos can
beOl"ootniotated as eail' as an dod shoe.
.mar Y ly LOU'l KONDERT.
NEW AND CHEAP 000 DE.
W TW.'. rerpeauuly rIai t eattenrton of the Li
I dies of Test and Wet Baton Kotae to the fact that
I am just up frmnthe City with a sprledid assortment
0flZ rtbYrth in my line all #f wblrh I offer to the
lAIs CReIAPER that ever.
lar 22.64. '3. C. IIURSTOj.
.A.I&Gl1 A BON xAR(Hs.
LI I Dt..M. d'iot et uoe.t Baton It oug, ion invi.
tiesi visitr man matgazin avant d'acheter ail
lero, ear j:arrive dla Nouvelle Orleans aver an as
sortetmct complet do tout ce que pent se trourver dnms
maon gen d'alalred et que jo vaudrai a meilleur mar.
chl jqe ;amal.
Maryi 5d. 3111 C. Ilt'TtIU, N
C. G. WILSON,
.iie, Sign & Ornamental
PAINTER.
8Aop. )le ri &rea, North of the Post Ofice.
A(,M per.uanently located in Baton Rours. we
. wal respectfully solicit a share of the public
workmen we are enabled to do
work s aeoablek rteas, and in the best
style.
i'artieilar attention iai i to plain and fhnert. GNS,
alshe. GLJINlP.G.GLAL:'NG. GILDING, MARBLTNG.
PAPER HIANGI.I, tc.. n.'qtly Peecuted.
irders for Fant'1ion weo. k (through tho Prot Oice.
or otlherwie) .olseite and 'procptly attendel to.
jan. 20 l
To AMtalteet, Bulleat, £ontractors, Plan
tern amnd O:thera.
THl:E L'DDF2IGNED w :.!it re.pe-trlly inform
BiteoIr, i".anters anRd the e,-mmunit ra larg.
t it tIe is nao ftlly pro-y rot to lar. ,t actu ro I,, stlram
power, at suot o;'rtie ani modlera.. pr ee~. t ril. G othic
or Reviled'Window oash, ail kinds of , ann('l and .s-th
Doore, either fixed or rivoilting Do,"o. and Wmndow
P.lTn,s. tour and Window Franes. Ba. Motling. so.
I ining. Tongu-ing and GroWuing, turn. ig of every
descrnption.
Plank .dr.se to order of ary vit. .ucns r t we fe' t.
ent of tan th;oriness under tir? n;aiche,'. 'imbirs
drusued perfectli true, of any l.nrrth under th rty-live
feet long and twenty iniches s.uare.
SI Ali orders addreused to me through tlOo Prot
effie, or S. . lHartl Co., of Baton Rouge, will meet
prompt 'ttention.
jan J. W. BROW) -
ISilBURY REGER,
I ,fSE SIGN AND ORNAMENT.IL PIAIT7HVI
'A Y orders given me for ltte, sign, or Ornament
. l Paintig, Parner-hanging. ant Glazing, will meet
ato prr- ;attention. As Iam permanently located
t Bttr age, ant lt is my interest to give gene
ralitctioa, I ha!l thy to do it.
Scp. 21, 1Mi42. ASIIURY REGER.
Greenwell Springs.
E un4ersigned having leased the above celerated
priang for the coming season. take tl.i methrtl
oannauncing to his friends and the public generally
that he will be prepared to open the same for the ac
Oml-noation of visitori on the 15th of May, 151:.
Ieem:ag it maneesusarv and snperfluoua to enter
into a lengthy description of the valuable properties
of the water. the subscriber would merely state to the
pablic, that on a careful analysis of the same by
esirs J. L. & W. . Riddell. Chemists of the Univer
ii'.y of Louisiana. they pronounce the waters to be
'composed of the folluwing ingredienta:
Sods ........... . 801) Grammes
Pretoxide of on......... 1'39
Potass... 180 si
Mnesia..... ..I... 64
Chlorine ............ 976
Carbonic Acid........... 166
Balphuric Acid.... .. 127
" . . . 110 ,
The tllulgent Physician wll at once perceve that
tes. wate posse the most valuable medical qual
J. L. & W. P. RIDELL.
The following aamed gentlemen of the highest
toaling in the medical profession. add their teetimo
y to the above, and recommend the water in the
..t term atfor the Cure of Dyspepsig Enteralgi-.
Ltvert.o pay. Chronic Disea-es of the Kidneys"
d.i of thand Bowels. Scrofula in allits varieties,
tht he sin, and most all the chronic ailments
ahat f a i nhabjet to in this climate,
B. F. H.AavsE M. D.,
T. J. BUPF.DTJr, M. D.,
- Roxgr.
Racnsan H. DAT,*
L L, LiArcoce, ,
J. B. ast.now ,
R. C. W rn "
Wi. GUaiax, ,
Tiarh- 7J. 11 Wttt..sn. , -
k It-ln' a deligtfully situated 17 milen from
Batl ..nte, on the banks at the Amite River, in a
twit gove with ood fhing, hunting Le in fact,
lith la t iat hn a ease of yellow fever there for
Bton Bout 't tith daly c omnabnication from
this o a ther Ste inducements unsurpassed in
The de fQatara himself that from some
dn!h he-itin of theh " beat hotels in Phila.
ihs thw hi wall give satifaction.
[aes tri. be a band ofmuaic during the season and
S prlta and at 1wilt ran from Baton Rouge
m .t , .p EADGdally.
my a.s am. " EdliER.
MMONTAN ,f ITUGITET.
[J ardwwrc I Hardwaare T 2
0I0g4V111 r"o'I el t.. I Ie -toiaformu o occuCoA iC
by .4)514a 0Itooa, hoal vliaua rr'cril. lryge arrc+'..ou
t.. lay tokli. I 04ul1 o,,lcit p'r na oain want of Ila.,1
a.LtrB. 1i ~l" an,! l%.llo't star. lb,,.r 1lol niai ug, .tc.,
aufi 5 MN IAN & IiOUEii, (4'hutch street.
t 1tovca: Stoves!p
At uni. I, 1'o :(t. P11 ao.: 1 ,ti 1, . tofl: plri.
rar"",:'. 44. 1 .1 hi 1 , I t 111 1 w "k I, ieut kicky tlt I Ifp.k
inb art"" Kootak, lo:.ant
i lan'ild ILoo kltnnI tr4, : Ttot404, .. t. f 1,,ta (.ty
yan 1IttI' ON 14 11144 ir .l!li~rt~rrt
Jjorca oL4lr44Fi04ll 4ayuulcd
i.,4 ~
`hnvel' u.d '1 olIguae.
ur.lltt ,t'. .ioaor-4g of
I't.EIX oI.Ilt'LF'. l\1'
.4111. ltt ANA.
For sale at Mo: IAN t IL IliV
BRUSHIES !BRUSlES 1
I'aut, Nsrot-:t
1i . boltl l I --rbHek
t.r.ihh, tt IItu-11."1 `"farkln~
,ot.P -Ini ai. Wio ll y.v
}'o, e; Ilnl., ("pin 'yes,
13 i k l.it' V t ,oto"i R l)t'terOi,
For .oale b4 & !11'1:1 At
S U IERIOR C L()('Kt'
r A RRIVE by '"%aI" ti." ll t Not `:,rk 1:1d f·;
1 4-L'.- n the follnwiny ('1w Irire; t rh, llar tllrril Out
(..ttt-a ' n he ireo, from 3tl hit , 5.7 i5)
}'.,-.. SI.'14'C, S4I'L g nit 1
Il. nh ' 'ftn e, It Co)
('ito , 4 tit 6 00
1 4Ir4 !,-A EllUET, (lirh.t
CUTLE lRY !CUTLERY !!
T'FF\fi n~ry Woo s-iI Il'-,. Ilec tolil hon
1 5l..th01 I-\11 4 II .1\11 ... ",fou i5 aents 1. S25
1,I r i t .1.. , teoI, , s rte l aros ao:4 Butyher
t ulra· a MlI'NTAN 1 &III IUST.
t lree Coulnter.
STao ..s: Lra," dracersi ant one wivit -." I,.
itvivneath f`r -a' lo. atL,, o: I~
jau 5 .l1Nt rAN n HI;IiUET. t ru i- Itr ,t
I ngar or Cotton oscles.- on pair ibeam c abt yo
i- . t - l . for weighoiug c.tton or 4Itar. fur a"I At
th-. _. "\tkIINT ' & II(;UI rT 'l-Irr -t
blil 1 te., Hanammers,
yq'uetre rilel, llatitt'.
l.itari tIns, o ,
Mat.h l'itur, Pranwn Knive.,
Turn crews, alund .acres,
t:mblet., Leti,-,,
It', ,I, l,.u~i-.
Mfallets, Trowels:,
hi :,rs Bear".
Par,-, Bra .
- Saw s. tt-, thoe knves.
SBick and Dies, hlat (ouger-.
B,-n-h Hooks, Em.nry Paper,
ruaerons, Au's,
Fan I PaTer, For ale by Bitt,.
Wrenches, tleniil t,
!lvers, D. C. MONTAN , Augur.,
Tweezer, G o,.iges,
Plumb'. and Ho(lows & Rounds Compasses,
A. MONTAN & BROTIHER.
Just Received.
1 c.L-.· (;}Ni(.t maxOI .
10 boxes CIIlER.
1 bbL DRIED AP¶ '
I0 Miot. R. X .
2 ' F" .m.l TOMA l)E, ineae. -
2 .. .. PE t IE'
=I lt ,':,. dried.
4 " Fitl('ENtI RIt; IS, intheir own juice.
4 YANKEE:
4 ' BILNkI.Y FRLIT.
1 H' l't!if -li iltKRE SAUCE.
4 '. 'NINWmnI'-I i...}.. gls, pass qte.
4 " ' W , i', I.:, t i'I,'A::, i'fe i:s ,io.
10 Wi H I .,.i 'Et. i d'
1o) .1(ERSI
Is has .lit iL'TF.
4 ,:,.s,.u IL,!L-T} R,- . in care
4 " \1L.U N,
5 "' tt I tK "
1 dozen BOKERES B ITTERS.
1 WALNfU k kr\ ICHCP.
4 " i Tt:,lAT Vf
" 4 (,UCi..Y BITTE:R.
Jat re.tire d per .teamner "'.it-ic" andl for sale by
t. (I ,al 5\ k ititO..
*jan 5 Corner C.urlch and Third . reeto.
_ tian dlhoulders and Sides for sale b, O
lan 5 A. ION'.tAN & BRO.
"oofee.
S10I sacks RI1 COFFEE.
10) JAVA
2 s" 3(1TA "
For cale by
jan .5 A. MONTAN & BRO.
S ch-ierel, Herrings, ic.
v l10 k:t NOO.1 MACKEREL
10 bbl-. NO. 2 "
10 kits ROE IHERRING,
25 boi.es DRIED REAtRLNG,
f6) lbs. (tO' FIH.
0S buo. i ;A INe by
b or asic by
jan 5 A. AON'TAN & BRO.
J. A. TIROUSDALE,
SU ROLiN. DA'TIST,
BaTO. ROnrc, 1,A.,
ENEWS the tender of his professional services in
Sthe varioun branclhes terta., ning ta the DENrTAL ART
to the ladies and gentlemen of East and West Baton
Rouge and the surrounding t.outcte'.
Ac to his ahilitiec, the best cret'ntialO can be fur
nlshed if necessary; but to ti ose who have nut em
ployed him, he would rerpectfuily j'efer to his kind
patrons who have so liberally favored him dluring the
past year with their confidence, an I for which he
would return his most sincere tha.nks, promising to
use every exertion to continue to merit the uame.
All work performed escientifically andl ,with the ut
I mot care, and also with the view to dura bility, thus
rendering a jprominent benefit to the pa tiert. He will
always be in his ofice from 8 A. a., untit 5 P. ".
Office room over J'. W. Quiggins' shoe stole Lafay
ette -treet.
JOSEPH sleKITRICK
Architect and Builder.
Shop on Florida stree, east of lMain.
I WOULD respectfully call the attention of the pub
lie to my assortment for the new year. ;laving
made arraugements with one of the best manufactu
ring establ shmeuta in Cincinnati, I am prepared to
furnish EASH I 0R.S and BLINDS, made of the best of
white pine lumber and of supertor workmanship, much
cheaper than can be made in the South. Mersons 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.
SW Country work of all kinds punctually attended
to in the most w-rkmanlike manner.
S Plans and specifieations for city and country
houses, surburban villas, &c., given in the most ap
proved styles.
a All kinds of job work attended to with neat
ness and dispatch, water cisterda made of the beat
material
Caesefor Smmoikeru.
Persons indulging in emoking will find this arti
cle invaluable as a breath destriyer, for sale by
'an S H. T WADDILL.
.j. SIMO0N & CO.
CAPITOL C1EA1iA STORE I
J. SIM oV d CO.
The dini ao war ii+ 'or-I'iace 1 prlicnlalil'l!
ECL' ONOM11Y IND T11 STE C OM IIN1VE'D.
l1·1Cr,11 T,. SUIT Till: ,i..i \ IN, Tilt1 IlT T 0041.0, nut
Jus-t r,.-ited an-1 a . ofiInutl, evinjli
Ii.. 'OilS I ill:. V
'~.:i( lltr L I~L :11·11.1.
~:ii '1 1'1~11 SW.T1 o.,· ai'llt g *Tl'S. Iii ely i 01
liiin
if n I , ", '-: fIu l In' okeBt llarl o *, genl emen t o b
T ll t;:~" 1 Prs 'ul n ts' 1ea.er4hto
Fo; t h i e I o ! · p r eI b a t I I I , I l llj l b ; , of t h e ;; ,, 0 11 , t h y
fl111 i rt u. awrlt. lls.
TIV .11:' .lu·l Di ES Ik i'.t 117 .VENT.
Flounce,( and d.i:I-itilt : Ilyiir +:, eel '1',-, un l
l , 1 .Il-u Ii .': u I Iv I:, i !
01L ': an ,1 in,llaln: alt~~
IIII.I : : t lti . aI",
III IIIu0 sti d I I~ a" 111. ,- 111t~tti F
II in'I aI i t'll i :.tI 11tIhI, I. I l't Iam
.It.'.i af.-all' I
IT 11~.r i LIr·· S I~iint · 1Ii.V4'llIutr~. ]llll~
F~h o e "I ial ·l' n"l nn· I, anII· t r·ll evei r, in sett,,! ···
i ~l ~ l"L' ti·:11·i'\1.iihll.t0II.I( Ilrtr iili ILLi
Ar ur a .t:, oali ofl ', -iira ti-.I i.t;iS of Ilu lll
Colt-~n.
tiriwn i,tll ,f .ill fli-ti, i. 4Iittluuinuelr - I ratto.
a \'.n,"r . ,",Vni ,r -I rid. l sIitAi"
it U (ill I'. W AII [)'I.
ruý'
FOR TilE TOILET,
I nlit w" i a e Tr tar :,II upon a-laantage.aa .lrur ,
Sit, of lr~illTtc'l rc111 ol
14:I 'ul~ I 'ij TiJLET 04ITTW~LE I
5,: i AeI", IAIt L I. AVECa
,!o 00 , lo d~ Flool ats,
~::hii)r Icr n~t~or: i~itr Pnr~i otr
Ift:ti n .all ~ e Bril al I 1~ if III t TIPn: 1."+ o f A IRme
T I-,. 1 tf .'a t,. I 114g fir5
l "At ofe~i ry ,le~:riipuit l-igh silkr fo
n ki.Ia,; ialu autilck Ii'aadut.
a .ll Wn11","t In..el !aa.
I it lee a lert., in n ta a k -oom r,,
(Th ar eaai 1a1t-. Idfor ri*t i ln Tkill eri W as" ,
4toe Toatj i 'u~t, (lenr 'loath to lt,h,
P'ERFUYER P.
I bare a clt,m late 1-iotImiTcfl
Cllol nal itl Qouart itrt PintIi.
-Ay Wa-ter, CItirennlla Water,
Floridr Water, A alia o- a uhanotal ,leweri
itiraýct Utohr Ten, Ex4t-. c J4cky Club,
I':tlrt+ Bri- ,rlHaye,. ~u l'atntat,, 'ntl
ii ylMwpl4.wtS, tt CryrtttPalace.
r 5.L; "y )laAnalia,
'4 , \,w loll,' i I i l Vrben F.
411take au ~-l a 'a Sweeti fhrabt.
Brown ottla of tall Baqi tt Jenny ind
adarllllaC, " - ecnCs.
A flEA CTIFUL~I AA.~JRI.V'7YEN 07 SOAPS
Fancy L -I tri. Tr nof p:uren t 71Us,
FOR THE tiit ET.p
r-.ilieii'%, P
I lre un 'lii offr or s le upon advantageos teim,
a r,-ry ,u1,ei i~r~lock of
(oF IL shE.. 2Y I :lIt PR A CARIETY,
Iillalta 'lia r I'llhe . t'ri-tnoh '' flai I'vee
lit jut.. 44 tabIr l'ail:( iq~ Var laitrr e
BEuIDE TIIEWI1 WTE 111 TR
('otrrv'Tiir 1111 tO i + m. tic iarga r,
.krclmaIIC (lryotoiu, Net Money".
olath II, o-'t:iiiMa. ! (nlark i~t iir Ivgo- or
'ftertait 11.1sr ei c. li~l~ent luke landi.
i4ki ',lui a o -Icings }G.el lr4, w
scaleag 44r\ c ., lickoCaGrovrir,
L 1adl P'en'i. (al uti l'astic Dalit.
a Foil C THE. TIezerod.
J .nn li l haidrr ( lo nk, Or oontreFleer Wter,
II*t lenoai, ('((Iii of~ n
CharcoalPaste. ero a Trth Wasb
t,um Tropt, Jajobll lrarto ,
-A a-
Fil~nroia Fntrarta! a "reat rar~ietv. All1 efihlch I
ait atlI hafver caoh,' or In my castom'ri upon 12
months credit.
It. T. W~AiIIILL.
Corner of Church and T.ird ate.
march s Baton Ruge.
J. L VIALEI'.
Jil,, Iec..ived by J. L. Vialet.
SIROP DE BRIAVT& LAMOUROUX,
VISITIN2 ('A IDS. BliRANDY,
COLOGNE WA TER;, r'OcII REMEDIES,
GUM DROPS, I'llHSICIAN CASES,
BRUIflE.S, ILA VING C'ARDS,
RAZORS, STEAL P'ENS.
For sale by [feb.2.1 J.L. VIA LET.
' rights Perfmanes.-- A I:rge asortment. ju t
received direct from the manufactories, for sael
by J. L. VIALE'f.
jan.21.
chool Books and stationary, Printing IPaper.
1 laying Cards, for sale by J. L. VIALY.r
leb. 2
Port IMuonalcs-At large assortment for vale by
I feb.2 J. L. flALET.
12 DozenI Browns Essenceof Ginger. just received
and lor sale by [feb. 2.] J. L. VIALT?.
12 Dozen Wol's Aromatic Schnapps. forsalehy
feb. 2 J. I,. VIOLET.
For Sale--A Fine Chance !
A TRACT OF LANDI) situated in this Parish about
four miles above the Ferry Landing, and front
ing on the Mississippi River, containing two arpents
front, more or less. with the d pth of about forty ar
pents; side lines closing in the rear. Bounded above
by lands belowsing to tie succession of Terence Dn'
mouy, and below by those of Villenauve LerHlmne Jr.
& Co., with all the buildings and improvements there
on. Also, with or without !1 SA W-MILL attehed to
Sthe same.
This pace is well adapted for A COUNTRY RE.I
.9ESCE; there being FINE FRUIT TREES, GOOD
6'ARDEV &c.
. For terms and conditions apply to O. BcsaRnDJr.
Par ish Recorder, or to
ap. 19-4t. JOHN C. ELDER.
HARD-WARE STORE.
L. JOLISSAINT,
Wholesale and Retail dealer
tN HARDWARE, PAINT, OIL. WINDOW
GLASSES, CORDA;E, &c., &c.
No. 11, Oppsite the Kew Buin, N. 0.
I mar 22-1y
. VILIAAM BOGEL.
Wholesale and Retal Druggist & Apothecary,
1.ITI',X IOLG'E, LA.
SEEP( S J 't)NStNTLI" 11.V HAND and is nully
increa-ug Iii nt,,ck il everytiring usually kepth
iioi;i ,ut ry alll irt) Dr,. 4trii',. Your Io, bor are r,
1,ectlflly ciil it , i,.i h, g. anaured that hI e can give
natidtau'l ian tob1,, ,.tl. hu~" ,,-,u- fc". "a. 111 be, ow-term.
hLIrral--your ,rr whther iln or out of h;. line will
I ll t 1, j rlhpt L ttnticari. I articularattelntioin will
he in 10 . ,la lick, .i, l-hipping.
i- i v I.- l thini. ij-,I ap.l b per y h r any good atealn
II nwll I,, , vou~ irlltairest to buy your Iruga and
- ll o," I ,I III
n ~nI W(. Bi lEL. a
3 d,, ---. - or - , -t-lr,:h,
i'" bo.re, 'ol4ate' I'' arl StarCh,
l ' " Y," ,t I rt a tani.,r,
2 ha~kP. .lv. r \\.lt.r,
11i t",i .a liry l.roi na le.,
lI d lo, n .ii l , [in .re'
10 " ' parLor C(laret.
I c:-k 1llniot.
5) dozen I',n ticr. larclal & Pt.rkins'
5, " (Ihurlt n on'il nii') Sm':,.h Ale,
I barrel iuplrir 011 .louiogan.iiia
I C" am ....ph ...
1 " thrl.ing Fluit. fr .ale uy
J- arid -II ! f
I . - iupriir article. juilt r,,civ.'di ani for aei
U, - Vi ilt icri-t.
. . PC. .. . . . .. . . i.. I i... I ..
I ry Pr-alnre,
Ilane I: Ling I
JIiiurioiii in ucn ,iquintity, niil .oiri orderi to
• arden SBetde :
S4000 l'ap'rte fresh warracrted Ih'imie* order i
\doaa. W. Ia t-l..
Iieh I l t aglii
I. tnn" .. . .sortmr. nt ji.t opnin. at t
l 5 " , . ;ihj i .'S, Drw:gi t
H o t ('ake,
i1t- .1 . - hght oner and no nstlake, if you
cal l,sr YV at pou.. ir at
.. :, We BO()G..'S lruggist.
= re you Dl*peptll.'
r .-e IBrlel . i ,cr;lan Bitter or Pastilles di
1 rtlle for the Tollet.
o: , ý . Fmaler, i'Pr tt, , :atr':h ts Powrld r
I Ir il, Lilly Whl i. Shell, I:ialo H ,ir n. coarie aud
Onh - :.-',' , lBr,,ulles of all kian.,, ;a nIue supply Jl unt
dc U5 :3 WI1 Px;EI. Dratni-t
T.hroton, Ilartkhlias.
I kentucky iai.itarl :i lNt. in ', and 1 pack
a ~e in -t re an, tur ·ale by
dec 3 'o WM'. Bt;IEL., l'rugai it.
Stareh. Stareh.
S1 2io tru.le (olegiatie-nupPrior Pearl Starch, the
bat in uae. for ale in any quantity by
dec 5 b55 WM. itUGELI, Druggi.t
lakese. Cakes!
Sjpicea, lHarurina Extracts and Rone Water. Fr
sale by Win. BOGELI. Drugglst.
Tn time of Peace Prepare for War.
Shaw's ;Chlera Syrup -houlii be on every ,lan'a
tion. It in a ,overeign renredy fir c)holera, ('lhkra
Morhus Iliarrhlra. tinsentery. and will give a most in
ltant rel f to ('ramp in the Stonlach. Give it a trial
-viun mnonrv will hl refunled if it doe* not turn out
an' r.pre ia.eid. II ice 0cbntsfor4 oz. bottlesorlarger
,iz $!. For sale by
jan in WM. iIOGEL. Prnggtnt.
........,.. ii..
J ACO PIPER, & CO.
j, plPER. W. F. TUNNARD.
J. PIPER & CO.,
HIOUSE FUItNIUSIIERS & CAB
INET tIKEI.. a
R .PPFITUL.LY announce to the citizens of Baton
It.ouse and %iclnity, that they are prepared to
supply ui demands in the Cabinet. Furniture, Under
taking, and Hou-e-Furnishing business, and are now
receiving direct from New York ant t'tucinuati,
Mahogany and Black Walnut Bedsteads,
Arntirs.
hocking and Parlor Cha rs,
Bureaus,
Sideboards.
Wanhstands.
Back Cases,
China and Glass Flower Vases,
, Tea Setts,
SPresentation Cups k Saucers,
Slo;let ..e
r Itittl '.
Bohemian Toilet Bottles,
Glans Ware,
Toy Tea -etts,
Dolls,
Marbles,
Toy Vases be.
Fish and Pin Koives,
Soup and G.ay Ladle,.
Su ar Scoop; and Sister,
Putter Kni .s., alt Spiens,,
Dinner and Pe ert Fork,, 1
do do a.l Tea Spoon. I
P'lin ".:-'i y. 'C.t an I Pre,.ld claos ware. :
C-'." l;C i.et.
Plain and Figured Matting,
Floor Oil Cloth s.
Crockery and China Ware,
Pier and Mantle (; tsses,
Gilt Mahogoany Frames.
Cooking Stoves and Grates.
Wood Wallow, aln Hollow Ware,
Mantle and Office Clocks,
Stoves and iGrates,
fb. 16l y
COTTAGE FURNITURE.
SFEW Comlletle sets of -Cottage Furniture"--an
entire new pattern of this beautiful and unilue
i.rniture-for sale by J. PIPER & CO.
A FUI. assortment of the CmLEia.LT\L Brcy Coot
CI- SOTOOVE. J. PIPER & CO.
unar 29
PLATE. SPOON.
P do Forks,
do Napkin Rings,
C Ivory and Wood Pings.
Salad Spoons and Forks,
Wino Coolr<,
Knifei Whnr. s,
TabL6 f1ats. assorted kinds,
Egg Ba.ketd,
Knife BaIskets, dilterent kinds,
Ice Pics, Mincing Knives. &r.
mar 29 .1. PIPER & CO.
ew Goods
•Iust received, some splendid
Mahogany Sofas,
do Tete a Tetes,
do Rockino Chairs,
do Easy Chairs.
march 29 J. PIPER & CO.
A Fine Lot of
Roger's Table Cutlery, Ivory Handles
Table and I esert Knires.
Carvers and Forks,
Fluted Steelse,
march 29 J. PIPER & CO.
NOTICE.
THE unOraigned has this day associatrd with him
in the Hardware husiness. JOHN S. HLUGUET,
and than':tul to his patrons for their uiberal patronage.
soicit- a continuance of past favors for the new firm.
april 15 D. C. MONTAN.
Notice of Co-Partnership.
TiHE undereigned have this day ente·el into o,-part
nershlpunder the the style of MIONTAN & HC
GUET. for the purpose of carrying on the Ifardware
business, in all its various branches, respectfull. so.
licit the patronage of the public, assuring them that
in future as large and varied a stock can be found as
their stand, and sold as low as any house outside of
Niew Orlean.
D. C. MONTAN,
april 15 J F. HUGUET.
CURATO IS' NOTICES. J
STA'TE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISIH O' WEST IBATON ROUGE,
tIXTI DISTRIICf ('OttIT,
In the matter of the interdicted, IlLDEnR IlAn-esET
No. 1431. JI
B Y VIRTUE of a comminhson to mn directed In the
above en Itttlrel ea'. from the 0th .luohial I intrict
i ourt in and for pariah and Stte afore tat-l, of date the
":nd day of May. A. D 1851:. Will be otffered for
l*, at piblie au-tion ! tohthe lat and highhet bilider, d
at t11l lat re-ildnce of raid i Del ie RI usetlet in thir
iarih ou
TuesdLay May 24th, 1850.I
at 11 n'ch-ck A. M1. the follooting h-eribed proper'y
blonging to said l ksiree Ra.s.elt, to wit . One lot'0 r
gtouond - itunat in t!., pari.h rmen.ring one i, ,
arptlll Irit, .11th the ll ltl f tri, :arlpent.. bo .,t'edl
in hunt 1," Int of F. Mlironflet, atooe by F Mironftit.I
in the riear Ib Miroiltet a.l il,, belonging to th li
aucce"-iou .of Joeph .\illet and bt-low by public road
witllh th bhli'ngt atnd inptytvmeto therton.
Termns , al --The - br-golng deacribed laud io be tt
B tld, one , nl.l cash,. thie l:.lanc,. ,ayabh- (11o iJr-t oi!
January l ;--puhat-l:er to ifrjlh note enlrr-.ed to
tIh nratl-fia,:io-n of c,,rator anl bat inlg eight per cent
iteret alter d ,e till paid.
WHeet liton I:ougei , lay. 24th iA rI 1t5. a
VAI'.MONTr HlI:lEKIT, Curator.
LT.AT liE LA LOhIiIANF
PAIIO1S!S E D'OUEST BATON ROUGE,
cOLA D"01' IX51.E I0TRItrr tJ Dtl3AEtr.
l.nan l'aftiai de l'tterdietion de DtItnttt R.,.rEirr
No I- I9
\ VI I:TI'E o'un- commni--tin a moi an'rene dane
I a'ai10 ci le-.u1 par It at'our do r me i.etrict Ju
-ca're enll t Ipour il paroi,-e e attat nunte~ , en
ldate du t' ore Jour Ide )Iai, A . . i*., sera o'lert en
, -. e , all plotolfrant el deruier uelcherris-e,:
al ,Ileer iet lence -uitt h:aineletl n c- tte paroi.te.
Ma.drl t i24 l latl 150
S11 h-ourno A. i., let propri.teo ei aptes ,ieerit.i ap
Iartr.antl t a. ,lit Ito-ireie Ra--ilt. eavoIr: Con lIt t e
it rre -itie b c0t!e pa "i--,., n:reurant undemi -arpent
tie largeut. at . li~, prfn-leur de dleux arpint-.bor
i; ea arant par Mi!,r outit, en haut par F Mil, nllet,.
,n a-eri-re par .lirotlet .t t.rreC appartrenrtnt a la ,
.uc io'2.11 t h. os.elh Aillet, en en ba. par le ehemin
piIllUei avce le lbatianes et alwhorations qui s-y
('Cdlitions ite la vente---la lit terre era vendu. un 1
,utlr " mltoanl et la ti'lance payaile i leor Janvier,
145 --l 'a,',·t r-uor fournitit son billett el' -e a la sat.
-tartion dU o'ratetr. tt portant intere-t a huit per
cent pal an apree echanre ju+itu'au parfait palment t
(au-t }tan .,Loug', Mas;. 22 A I 1l01i.
VALM4UNT IIEHERT. Curatenr.
STAITE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH OF EAST BATON" ROUGE,
SIXrTH JtIDUItAi DLn R~JrG O RTK
In matter of the interdl;'tel I ItiEE lta R.zL .
Ni 14:1.
B \ VITfUE t f omm:tton- to re directed in the
abve entOtl-d ca-e. from the -th ,Juticial I'iTt
r cit ourt, o anId fr the pari-it and State aforreaid.
of date tle the 2.i day of May, a r 11051, will bi uti-redl
or -alei at putblic auction, to, the la.t and hi ;ghea:
,i,.er, i at tile last place if rem deuce of .satd Iaeiree
Ita-nrelet in thi- pari.h, on
Wedneaday, 4th day of June, 1856.
at 11 l~cek.o s. tioe following der;bed prorperty
b.-tlnging to tthe .aird liecirre Car eliet, aneontlating
of tl uKg. 1ce !iS imeo a-l ollu.athol k urttrtate. ,e.
it rm.f of ale-iThe foregouing prope'ti to be- old for
all nus ifell ten dollara ard un:ler ca-:. t1.r ame over
hiat wmouant the purchaserr 0o forri-h bo;,, ettor.
-dl to thre -atis-etomn of the curator, paablte on I-t
Jatnuary 1,.7, and bearing eig!t e'r cent iltereat after
dle till il t,1
West Ilattoi Rouge, Snay, 22nd,. 1856.
V.tL iN f II.tltt:RT, ouratnr.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.
PAR0ISSE D'OUEST BATON ROUGE.
COI RI DCI SIXIEME DISTRICT.
Dans l'alfare de l'interdiction de D-taRE Rou T.
No. 1439
E\ VElTU -l'une comm.nsiton a mol addresse dans
la sundil* l'affaire, par l'thonorabhle ('-,r ,t.
taxemeDistrict Judichate. lann Pt poor In date par.
oiase,portant date du 22 Mai A D 1.b6. ii serofflert eu,
vente publique, du pnaaotlrant et dernierenel*-riem-i,
a la deroicre residence du.dit DIetre Ra.selet dana
cette paroisae.
Mercredi, le 4 Juin, 1856,
a 11 heure- A. N. lea proprietes ci-alpre. dicritef,
-i; ;n en Cette 1 roi.te, applartenant an dit liseiri Ran.
selet, savoir: Cu lot die mtd.cameun et rem-des et
auni un lot de p~b r kc
Condition de l.reve--Le proprieti nuhte yven
does pour toate somme de dix pe.t-tree et au des noso
.onu Comptant, et pour toute -omme de dede..n tIe le
nluantllnt, le- acquelteura fourniront leurs billets en
,uie a, la .atirtalctln du (urateur, payable 1o pre
mit r ..anier 11h7, et portant hu:t pour cent d'interet
apries ecueance juaq'au I arfait paiement.
V.taLtsr lir:anE, Cuvateur.
Ouaet Raton Rouge ce .td Mat 1556.
STATE OF LOUISIANA. I
PAR1IS. 1O' WEST BATON RGUGE.
FIXT[ JCDICA L DITltir COlTt. Cl
raulin Planque vs. Frame A. Woeod. No. 1325 C'
B Y .PIT'E of a writ of ft. fa, to me directed itthe
ab.ve eutithld suit, of date the filth day o:
,..rch 0*5 i. from the 6th LDstriet Iort iun and for thn
.aid I ariah and state, will be offered for ,ale atpublii
auction to the last and highet bidder, in front of the e
Court Hou.e in this parish, on d
Satur ay the 7th day of Jawe next, 1N.
at 11 o:clock A. x., all the right of toe defendant.
Frame A. Woods, in and to the following describe':
troperty, to wit:
A certatn tract of land ituated in this parish, at
forty rients from the ri* Missiasippi me.sarin.
two arlents by forty arpeirts in depth, bounded be
i rv by lands of l"',eiS,.on I . Bi a,bve those of Mrs
S."a- i:, ti,. e.:lr . .te-' -:Woods andinfront
- ,r0. A. .. , wbi, the improvement 1
S ; . ri .i wit of execution
.evel in the abo., entltiied suit.
Terms of oale,Oish on tLespot.
Wv. W.TE, D. S.
West Batotn Roug, g lay 24th, 1856.
SIIEIRIFF'S SALES.
. STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Pat slh of West Baton Rouge
SIXTH DISTRICT COtRT)
Bell & Stebbens vs. Frame A. Woods. No. 1309.
BY VIRTUEof a writ ot Fi. Fa. to me directed in
the above entitled suit, of date the 5th day of
,larch A. D. 1856. from the 6th District Court in and
for said Parish and State. will be offered for sale at
public auction to the last and highest bidder in froma
of the Court in this parish on
Saturday 7th day of June next, 1850,
at 11 o'clock A. x., all the right, title sod interests of
the defendant, Frame A. Woods. in and to the fol
lowing described property, to wit:
A certain tract of land situated in this parish, at
forty arpents firom the River Mlissi-sippi mieauring two
ar1,ents by forty in depth, bounded below by lands ,it
T'iompson W. Bird above and in rear by those of aid'
Frame A. Woods, with the buildings and improvements
thereon. to pay and sat ofy said writ of executoi-
seized in the above entitled suit.
Termns nfale-nn a credit of twelve months, per
chaser to furnisan his bondl with good security bearing
interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from
date until paid, with morgage retain upon the proper
ty sold.
Wx. Waite, It. S.
West Baton Rouge May 9th 1856.
AD VERTISEMENTS.
A. W. IIYATTS
FAj[MILY GROCERY,
Cor. Church 4 St. Hipolite St!.
HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully begs leave to In
form his friends of East and West Baton Ro'oge.
that, having established himself in the Grocery busi
nes, he is prepared to sell articles in his line ar. cheal
as can be obtained in town. A complete assor tment.o;
FAMILY GROCERIES,
WLVES,
LIQUORS
TOBAUCO, etc.,
always on hand.
- aP. 19 R. A. W. I ATP .
JOSEPH me.r RIIK,
AIRCHITECT AND BUILDER
I AM PREPARED to take contracts in my line. All
work done with neatness and despatch.
4; All kinds ofjobbing done at a short notice.
N. B.-Plans for Public and Private buildings, city
and country bouset, cottages, suburban villa., gc..
given upon the moat appro.rd style.
h Shop'on Florida street. ast of Mains,. in the
in the rear of the Preebytera Ohurcheb.
March .
JUDGEMENT NOTICEr'
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH O WEST BATON ROUGE.
MTllT JUDICIAL DIRIrCT OCT.
Julio Amelie L.ejeune, wife, Cv. Franco,la HInrl has
band. No. 1432.
I s lica sea judgement by default having bee req
ularly entered against the defendant, FranEois
enry, anll the Judi:tal delays having elapsed, and
deflancent itll tailing to tile an answesr, the case wac
takeR, and alttr te Collny adduced, the law and the
)vidllene bIng caleatly in favor of the plaintiff, Julio
Amd.lie Lje,:an, it i, therefore ordered, adjudged and
d.crered that thin plaintutt, Jule Amalie Lejerno, wife.
r.co.Ier from her hulbatdl, Francoin Ilenry. the sum of
uilht tlihu,adrl nine hundred andl thirty-five 54.100
!,latrs, oath lealu in'ure ,t tiru l'th!, Januarlotlb6. II
i, turther ordered that the .,lave, Enther, Mary and
L'.lia: anid all the ias.ie born of ,aitl slave* , bedect sel
the eplerate property of th* plaintiff, Julie Amnl;a
LAeje ate, that nhe be inruceorthl selerate in property
from her said husband. Francois Ilenry, that she have
the adiminl.tration of h-r separate effects, and that
her l-'gal im.irtgagr on all the property of her aaid hus
band be feclar--ld execiulry, and deereol to have effllect
upon all the property. muovealea, '!ac.r an'd unmorve
aule, of the said rcancoii Henry. It, further ordered
that the injunction cued out against the defundant
Franveots H, nry. Lovinlsi Ilebert, lorville Foret, The
,rlore lIavcuaul and Jo.teph Landry, be made perpet.
.oal agani.it the .aid partie'. rad that the delcaudtnt
France H. llry pay the cost or cuil.
([-guid wV. it. FOBERT"ON\,
Judge fth Judicial Dii.trlct.
A true copy of the original on ale and of record at
thi, oaice. (leike ofic, Went Baton
(Lt. 0.] I.u4ge thin 21.t day of April. A. D.
ap 29 R. HEBRERT, Dy. Clerk.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Parolsse d'Ouest Baton Rouge,
COr'L D ut I tXIInr DMIt I(tr JtCDICtAIRE.
Julie Ami le Iejeaue, pou-e vsa. Frauc,,is Henri, epoix
D AN.S crte cau-si on jigement par lefaute y ant
ete r.gulie ment prit colntle detendeur, Frauais
dent i et Iei deList judiciaire avant expere, et le de
tendear ju-qu'a le fainait defaut, cette altaire a eta
prine eln oenideration, et apres leo temo;gnages, .a lot
et 'evidence etant e~airement en faveur du laintill,
Julie AmelieLejeane, ei,ouse, receive de Pon ut me.ci,
1-ranclis Henri, La somme de Iluit mille peut cent
treate cinq 54-100, (8,142. 54.) piastre's avec in eret ln.
gale tu ueuvt ire jour de jauvier 18.6. 11 eat de plus
Iadoune que le 'ltal enelavea, Esther, Mary et .hza et
tous led de.cendant nma de ees di e-clauye, coint de
crete lea b.ens .earees de la plaintive, Julie Amolie
Lrjtune, et qu'elie suit mantenant separe ean ploprt
atet de eon dot mari, Francois Henri, qu'elle aye I'd
momstratien de sea bien eaelarer et quo son hypo.
tl.eque l'egate sur toutee lea prprietec de son dit taa
ri, suit declare ext-cuoire, et'ldcrete d'uvolr ellrt ear
teutes lee proprites du dit Francois Hlenri. II eat de
plus decrete que I'injonctin prisu contre le deendeaur
b rancora Henri, Luvinki Ilebert, LDorville Foret Theo
dare blanchard et Joseph lAndry, snit perpetuella
centre le dlitb parti et put Ie defendur, pain lea fram/
de procea.
(cigne) W It. POBERTFON. Judge,
one. Dis:rict Judic.,.i.e
tn erai conpe de l'orignal. Bureau du Glefeler. O.
Baton Rouge, ce 21me jour d'nvtd,
[s. L.J A. i). 1856.
PROEOIOND IIEBERT, Depute Gretfer.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Parish of Vest Baloni Rouge.
eIxTII JtLD:(itLDTtRIC CrOET.
t ILRRtar O. HErERT, wife; a*. EcSerm Hmanrer husband
No. 1429.
T1115 eare hnavin been regularly defaulted and the,
two Jud:ctal delays having enpired without the
hlhn of an an,,wer by defendent, and it having been
this day regular!y taken up, and the law and evidnnce
being in faa or of plaintiff and against defendeudt, it is
therefore order, d adj udged and decreed, that the plain
tiff. hia riet I. Hebert, do have and recover of the de
fenrant. Ernest ifebert, the unm of Threa Hundred and
twenty !,our 7.l10 dollards with legaglnterest from 5th
day of June 1054. And it i.s further ordered that too
said ranlatiff be seperated in property from her said
husband, and that she have the management of her
paraphernal efleets, anda legal mortgage on the slave'
and etecrts of raid Ernest tiebert, since the 6th dal of
June 1854, and coats, kc.
[signed] W. B. ROBERTSON, Judge,
St'n Judic:al District
April 18. 1I56.
A true acpy of a judgemt. t rendered at the April
term of raid Court for the year 1856.
An witness my hand and seal of office of said parish,
S[L. 8.] thie the 28th day of April, A. o. 1858.
ap-29 W. B. CHUAMXAEK LLN, Clerk,
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE
Parolsse d'Oueet Baton Rouge.
COtR DC SrIEXE DISTrrI JrUDiCArR.
Harriet 0. Hebert, epouse vs. No. 1429, Ernest Hebort,
epoux.
CETITE cause syant ete regulierement mire en de
ta lut. et les deux jour de deain ayant expiree sana
l'enregistrement d'une reponse par le defendant. et
cette cause ce form ayant eta regulierement pnte., et
la Isi et t'ecidence etent en favettr du plaintiff et con
tre le defendant. II eat alors orndonne, adjugee et do
crete que L. plaintiff, Henriette 0. Ilebert, aye et re
couvre du defendeur. Ernest Hebert, la somme de Trois
Cent Vingt-qurtre 7-10u piastrrs(ErI4 07.) avec iu
toret d o 5me Join, 1354. 11 cot plus onduonne que
Is dite plaiutive soet separo de hisn d'avee eon dit
mari t qu'elle aye l'atministrati.-n de sea bien pars
phemane, et use byputheque 'rFgale our lea ea.davel
et meubles du eit Erne.,t Hebert. lui lii apparnenant
depui le5me jour de Jum 1854, ct lee frai deco
procees.
(igne.) W, B. ROBFRTSON,
Joge de Is Conr du 6me District.
Rendue a la Cour d'Arril, A. D. 176.
Cn vrai copie do jugemenrt. Temoio m main et Is
socea d'office a toll e,,t Gre6mer de
(it. a.] Ia dite Cour ce 2*ne 'Jltg dAvui
A. D. 1856. 1I.,LI. ,
W. B CHAMBERLIN.
S U CCELSSION NOTICE.
STALPE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUGQE
01Til1 JUDI(TAL Ii.orRICT COUP"
- In matter Succession of Jacques Mola.son Senr
No. 518.
"~ HRE.AS Valmout Hebert Excutor, has filed in
the Office of the clerk of said parish of West
Baton rP.ouge, as final Tableau of Distrubution in said
succession.
Notice is hereby given that all leral opposition to
the homologation of said T'ablra manet be made ac
cording to l.aw within thirty day, from the first pub
lhcation hereof.
Clerks Office this 8th day of May A. I. 1.56.
W- B. Cara.svntl Clk.
LTAT DE LA LOCISIANE.
PAROISSE IDOUEST BATON ROUGE,
OtDl DU 1 MIE DIiTlr JUDICDICIAR.
Dans l'affaire de la Succession de Jacque Motaison
deeede. No. 518.
A TEN.TU quo Valmont Hebsert, Exccuteur. a co
A jour enrteistrc au Bureau do Grelteir de le per
oiode Ouest Baton Rouge, unTableau final et one rCe
partition entre lee hlritiers de Is dute auccession.
Avis eat par le prbsent donn que tuute oppusitira
h l'homologationdu dit Tableau desra i:re hite con
formement aIs loi dana lea trente jours qui suivont
la premierb pudhcatiou de cet avie.
Burean du Grelfier ce 8 de Mal A. I. 15F6.
.W.B. CHiursux.-., Groier.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF WEST BATON ROUto.
SIXTH DISTICT COttT..
In matter of the Succession of 10AtL F. .Xt deo'd.
No. 541.
T.1HEREAS Pamela Marcen. 1widow Paul : er-hc
.V decerased, hao thits say filed her applitcticO for
the administration of thu succession of Paul Ferbos.
ltceassed.
NiOTICE is hereby given that.lt opposition to etil
:pplhcation must be filed in the Clerk's ofirceof tilb
parish, within ten days after the ffire publication
Clerks Offce, May 24, 185r.
W.B. CHAMBERLI7'. Clerk.
F.TR T D. LA T,OTIPlSIANF.
'AROISSE D'OEST BATON ROUGE.
COUtR DI SIPE5 DItmRIC
t)ans l'affaire de ia Succession do Part FIr.Ios, dec'!I
No 541.
quTIENDL' que Pnrmeth Macsen, caOse Fass1 re
b1 b.oo . decede, a se jour en- o-istre st apple a sofe
oir t'administration de Ia dite auccesosion te felt
aul Ferbos pre ent ute ooppoiteon
AVIS cr I pm e p r o t denOvro e loregistie an PnB
i.. .,e application d .ro. Ida . . dux jourr
ue . riea r ticr t lprem.ire publiction. d et a a.
ilucOi a lo stet css TI "", 1r5si. - q

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