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L OST, DESTROYED or mislaid, the dupli cate receipt No. 15840, issued in my favor by the Reccivci of i!io L'a'nd'Of fice at this place on the 22d day August, I s * 55. ! Notice is hereby given of my intcn tion of applying to the purchase mon-f ey paid for the land'described in said j roceipt, refunded/ 'J'ho said entry j having been cancelled. ' j (6w.) . EGBERT COOK. Monroe, La., Dec. 27th, 1859. j ii —— ' N&W Orleans, TreiltOll and. Moil 11. W. McRAE. JOIIN W. TOBIN, M aster. Leaves ÎJ. O. every Saturday at 5 o'clock, p. m. " STEAMER R. W. McRAE, - passes ascending, Trinity, Mondays, C o'clock, a. m. Harrisonburg do — — — Columbia, do — — — Oastor Landing, do — — — Pine Bluff... : do t — — Monroe, do — — Arrives at Trenton Tuesday Morning. leaves, com fn g down. Trenton Tuesday, 5 o'clock, p. m. Monroe do (» do do Pino Bluff do 10 do do Castor Landing do 11 do do Columbia Wedn'y, 7 do. a. m. Harrisonburg, do «.3 do p. m . Trinity do 5 do do Passing down lilnck River Wednesday night, arriving at New Orleans Friday morn PEE 11 LESS. LEN MOORE, Muster. Leaves N. O. every" Tuesday, at 5 o'clock, r. M. STEAMER PEERLESS, ÏAS3EJ AscExnrco, . Thursdays, 0 o'clock, a. M Tri nil y Harrisonburg,. Columbia, .... Castor Landin, Pine Bluff,.... Monroe, <•<> Trenton, do Port Union do. - Arrives at Ouachita City Friday morn do in. Ouacliita City.. Port tTiiiou Trenton Monroe Pine Bluff.... Castor Landing Columbia Harrisonburg.. trinity ....... r<8" P wes, coming down, F riday, <> o'clock, a. m. mg. do d» TI ' uU0 - . r q, -, MSÏ'cÂôf W« IÄ .'.tarda y, 1 Block Ri' night, arriving at New. Orleans Monday morn To ■: Alio that wi s Public : o call vour attention to the. fa o placed the Splendid Pausen , \V. Me Rae and Peerless, prrm : New Orkann, Tivnlou and Mo . ' j of patr ^ # v orders for Cotton and your up Freights pect fully solicited. N. B. Particul ami Plantation busine the route. JOHN W. TOB1N, LEN MOOR1-J. Cynth a Crone J. Crc (8030) A. nil. "JN this c tliocvi'.l tin*, it ; crced, th; of .(! g, . ! vly be ' pn,. ] •ad of I parat aequ.;!« : band, the ■od, that the following prop ; apart, as her own sepai a perly to wit : One hundred I hogs, more or loss ; twenty head of cattle, more or less; and three horses; I also t'he F. h of S. E. ■!, S. 31, and \\ r . | y of S. W. VS. 32, T. 19, R. 5 E., con- j tàining 100 0:M00 acres, and the im- i proveinentR thereon. H is further de- j creed, that she have judgment against j defeudant, for the sum of oncdiundred | and twenty-eight dollars, with 5 per i ' " judicial cent, per annum interest from j demand, and that her tacit mortgage be recognized. Further decreed, that she shall hereafter have the sole ad ministration of her own property; also, that she have judgment for costs of this suit. Done and signed in open Court, this 12th Nov., 1859. R. W. RICH \RDSON, Judge 12th Dist, A true copy. Attest: AY. II. Bradley , Clerk. Dee. 15, 1859. tf. SUCCESSION: SALK Succession of Rachel Wood, dee'd. BY virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Hon. the Dist. Court in and for the Parish of Ouachita and State of Louisiana, to nie directed, I will offer for sale at public auction, ai the late residence of the deceased, also, the late residence of Seneca Martin, about 8 miles West ot^ Trenton, on Tuesday, the 10m day of January, 1SG0, between the hours proscribed by law, all the personal property inven toried in said Succession, consisting in part of the following : One Worse, one yoke of Oxen, one Wagon, thirty 7/ogs, more or less, twenty head of ( 'attic, more or less, three feather beds and bedding, bedsteads, mattresses, &c., tSie. -1 largo hit ot household and kitchen furniture, &c., i$-c. vl lot of farming utensils, &c., &c., 200 bushels of can, more or less, yllso, the follow ing tract of laud with all the improve ments, to-wit : N. W. \ of 2V. W. J, and S. ^ of IV. W. J, of See. 33 in town ship 18, N. of lîauge 2 East, contain ing 120 acres, more or loss. Terms of sale—cash, at the apprais ed value, in accordance with ^Irts 990 and 991 of the C. P. jV,l_YOY SMITH, yldm'x. Monroe, La., Dee. Sth, 1859. $12 w J ANTED. — 200 . their sulscriptiuu to tta liogisU'r. crs to r .iy £«gal &ö»cttjscmcni3. ~ "SHERIFF! S ALE State of Louisiana, ) Parish of Ouachita. J Honcyecutt r«. IVm. Honoy Cutt, et. al. J? 1 virtue of two several deerecs of ( ' 10 lion, the 12th Judicial District j ; °. ,n ' n lll 'd for the Parish of Ona j ehita in the above entitled case, thofirst rendered on the 4Lh of March, 1858, otheivon the 2d of iVovember, 1859, I lvm sell on the *?th day of Ja nuary, A. 1). 1880 ; it being the first Saturday of said month at the Court within the hours prescribed by law, the following described property, to -wit : A certain tract of land containing 1G0 acres more or less ; being the north-east fractional quarter of lot one of section 17, in township 18, of range 3 east. One negro man, Joe, aged forty seven years ; negro woman, Christina, (wife of Joe,) aged forty-nine year.? ; negro woman, Harriet, aged twenty years, and lier child aged three years ; one gray horse ; one sorrel horse ; two yoke of oxen ; five head of cattle ; ten head of hogs ; one wagon ; household and kitchen furniture ; blacksmith's and farming tools. Terms of sale—For (10-12) ten twelfths thereof, cash ; for (2-12) two twelfths, ■one half cash, the balance on a credit of 12 months ; notes secured by mortgage on the real property, and personal security with 8 per cent. ' in terest from day of sale—this latter being the interest of the minors children of JVuncy Iloneyciitt and Wm. Iloncyeult, dee'd. Sale made to effect a partition. JAMES H. MILLING, Sheriff. Monroe, Dec., 1st, 1859. $11 50 SUCCESSION SALE. Succession of Thomas Emmuson, dcc\l. DY virtue of an order of sale issued -*-* on this 19th day of Nov., 1859, from the Hon. the District Court in and for the Parish of Ouachita and State of Louisiana, and to mo directed as Adm'r., I will sell at the Steam Saw Mill im mediately below the town of Monroe, on Saturday , the 31st day of December, 1859, between the hours prescribed by law, and to the highest bidder, the fol ; lowing property, viz : The undivided moiety or half interest, of the decedent in and to a certain lot or parcel of ground within the limits of the town of Monroe, with the Saw .Mill thereon, together with the build ings, engines and appurtenances there unto belonging, being the same pro perty lately acquired by Emmerson & Ilardy by notarial purchase, from ! Mrs. T. K. Dry, on the 24th day of Pe 1859, being the lot therein de cribed as lying below the town of Monroe, commencing 370 feet below the upper line of II. Dry's plantation, running down the river 200 feet paral lel to II. Dry's front fence as it stood on the 0th day of July, 1S39 and at the present time, leaving the space of 50 feet for the publie, road, thence at right angles to the river, thence up the riv r SW feet, thence at right angles to t!" 1 '"ice of beginning, including I he SU---a Saw Mill, engines-, boilers and linii-.lugn thereon and blacksmith's tools, &e„ eve. Terms of sale—cash with the bene fit of appraisement, as prescribed bv law. ETHAN' FOWLER, Adm'r." Monroe, Xov. 21 1859. $14. Monroe, Xov. 21 1859. $14. SUCCESSION SALE. Estate of G. W. Copley. 13 Y virtue of a decree of the Hon. the "J 12th Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of Ouachita, in the mat ter of said Succession bearing date, the 9th of Dec., 1859, I will expose to sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Court House door in the town of Monroe, on THURSDAY, the 12th day of January next, 1800, witli in the hours prescribed by law the fol lowing property belonging to said Suc cession, to-wit : TheW. J of W. A of Sec. 31. S.W. • i 1 I of S. W. \ of Sec. 30, T. 18, N. II. 3 E. IV. E. J of S. E. J of Sec. 30, T. 18, IV. R. 2 E., at not less than four dollars per acre, S. W. J of Sec. 12, T. 23, IV. R. 11 E., at not less than two dollars per acre. S. W. fractional \ of Sec. 25, S. i IV. W. \ and IV. \V. \ of S. W. J of Sec. 30, S. E. fractional J- of N. E. J and lY. E. ' £ of -V. E. J of Sec. 35, iu T. 1G A", lv. 5 E., at not less than $12 50 per acre. . IV. W. J of Sec. 2, and W. J of S. W. \ of Siä . 2, A'. W. 4- of Sec. ïl, IV. E. J of N. /v. \ of Sec. 10, T. 5, N. It. G E, at not less than $15 per acre. The fraction IV. of bayou Macon in Sec. 4, T. 12, IV. R. 9 E., -containing 24 07-100 acres, at not less than $5 pr. acre. Terms of sale—for all the above, one third cash, the balance in two equal annual installments, with 8 per cent interest from date of sale, and secured by mortgage 011 the property. M. A. COPLiiY, Adm'x. Dec. 10, 1850. $15. Succession Sale. In pursuance to an orderof tho Hon. Pistuict Court, of the parish of Oua chita, I will offer for sale at public auction at the late residence of Sam'l. Allen, dee'd. about 15 miles West of Monroe, on Monday, the 9th day of January, I860, the personal property of the Succession of Sam'l. Allen, dee'd. as shown by the inventory taken by 1>. D. Shcppard, Recorder, on the 8th day of October, 1859, consisting in part of the following described prop erty, viz : A stock of cattle, a crop ot corn and cotton, an ox wagon and yoke ot oxen, a lot of farming tools, etc., and 2 horses. Terms of sale on a credit of 12 months—purchaser giving bond with approved security. JAMES II. MILLING, Sheriff. Monro?, Li., Doc. 29th, 1650. $4 f,o ûlisccmicons SVöüeitiscmcnto. The most accoratb an'd interesting History of American Revolu tion ever published. 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The exquisite engravings, under the immediate su pervision of the Author, from his drawings, required the gratest care in printings To this end the efforts of the Publishers have been directed, and they take great pleasure in presenting these volumes as the best specimens of typog raphy ever issued from the American press. Sold only by Subscriptions. BS?" The Agent may assure Subscri bers that the work cannot be obtained at the Bookstores, and that the price will never be less than above named. J. A. FREELAND is only authorized agent to solicit subsciptions for this book, in the Parish oi' Ouachita and Morehouse. Published by HARPER & BROTH ERS, Franklin Square, Now York. Oct. 13th 185 9-lt. Oct. 13th , 185 9-lt. Notice. THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm «fil. KENDALL CARTER & CO. xpires this day by limitation. The comniis ion business will be settled up by II. Kendall Carter, and the cotton }rin business by Daniel Pratt. H. KENDALL CA11TEK, DANIEL PRATT. New Orleans, October 1, 1850. THE Cotton Factorage and Commission lousi ness will be continued as heretofore by II. KENDALL CARTER. I SHALL continue to furnish GTN STANDS as heretofore at the old stand, 15 St. Charles street. My olïice i.s on '.lie second floor, No. (5. Gin Stands constantly kept on hand to supply customers. I do not deem it necessary to nay anything of the merits of my Gin Stands, as I sell 1000 or more annually, which arc distribu ted though nearly the whole cotton growing country. Not being able to supply the -de mand the past season, 1 am extending my Fac tory so as to be enabled to make 1500 stands next season, and shall therefore, be enabled to supply the demand promptly. DANIEL PRATT. November 3, 1850—4t. ltegular New Orleans, Onacliita AND BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW PACKET TF. A. A N1) It E W. Jo W. Cari/tox , Master. r PIIIS fine light draught, fast passen ger packet will leave New Orleans for Arkansas line, Ward's and Kelly's Landing, Cora's Bluff, Lingrove, Plan tersville, Deglaize, Point Pleasant, Ouachita City, Trenton, Monroe, all landings oil Ouachita and Black rivers, every ten days, commencing on the first rise of water. The Andrew has been purchased and fitted up expressly for the trade. Planters and shippers can rely on the Andrew remaining in the trade during the entire season. Particular attention paid to all plantation and way business. nov.lO-tf. CliappelHill School. T'HE winter term com'icences JVov. 27th. The Directors and patrons of this School are determined, by stea dy and united effort to establish per manenlly a good Homo School. A new building will be completed by the 15th of January, and other conveniences in dispensable to the school room supplied. Its former Buccess, healthful location, and the influence of a moral and christian community are considered sufficient to secure the prompt attend ance of the limited number of pupils to be admitted. For further information address, A. J. LYOxV, Trenton, La. IVbv. 24, 1859. 2m. $1 50. Blankets ! Blankets ! ! 1AA PAIKjast received, comprising bee luv quality heavy ncgro,-grcy and white I Mackinaw, anil flue bed anil crib blaukcts ! which will be sold low bv 1 BOV.3. BYRNE &, SHIELDS. ill i s t c II «lu a o n g . Notice TO ADMIRERS OF FIXE STOCK. undersigned here by gives notice that, at » great cORt, ho has pro cured from Kentucky and introduced into this pariah, a fine Stallion called " Kainbow, Jr.," now only three years old, and that ho intends standing him during the ensuing Spring and Fall seasons (18G0) at the following prices, viz: For a single leap ....$10 00 By the season 25 00 By the insurance 40 00 Persons residing at a distance can bring and leave thier mares, as ample pasturage will t>e provided and no charge will bo made except for ocrn and fodder fed to them (if desired), with the understanding that the sub scriber will not be responsible for es capes or accidents. Rainbow, Jr.," will stand only at home, and will, for no' consideration, make oilier stands. Delow will be found the pedigreo of " Rainbow, jr.," but any one can come and sco him for themselves. II. FAULK. " Rainbow, jr.," is n steel gray, 10 hands high, weighing upwards of twelve (12) hundred pounds, aged three years May lÜth, 1859. Iiis Sire was the celebrated trotting horse "Rainbow," who was by an imported Canadian horse out of a blooded mar raised near Lexington, Ky. The dam of " Rainbow, jr.," was a Messenger. He was sired the proper ty of David Cable, of Clark county, In diana. " Rainbow, jr.," has been successful in winning in all rings where he has been exhibited. Ile was exhibited at the county fair as a two year old and received first premium. Ilo was also exhibited again this last Spring at a three year old, and took first premium ; was exhibited again the same Spring in a sweep stake ring against nine competitors, and received first premium. lie is looked upon as one of the fin est horses of his age ever raised iu the county, and since his sale and it was ascertained that ho was going to leave the State, there has been a great de sire to purchase him and keep him -in the county where he was raised, as his stock is highly prized. COONS & REYNOLDS. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20, 1859. November 17, '59—1 y. I Parish Maps. TITAPS of Carroll, Madison, Ouachita, Morehouse, Caldwell, Concordia, Winn, Catahoula, Franklin, Tensas, parts of Rapides, Avoyelles, St. Lan dry and St Martin. The subscribers having prepared Maps of the above Parishes, for the purpose of representing lands that are offered for sale in the above Ir ishes, have been induced to have ttiem pub lished, so as to place the information which they contain within the reach of all who may feel an intercut in the rich and thriving part of the Stale which they represent. Each Map will represent the public surveys, and the different tracts of land offered for sale, with the names of the ownern, and their address, or the address '.1' their agents. To facilitate the publication >f the Maps, and to add to their use fulness, a space will be left on the mar in for professional and business cards, for which a moderato charge will l e made, according to position and size of the card. The Maps will bo furnished to sub scribers at $2 for plain copies, and for copies mounted ou rollers $1 will be charged. Lands for sale in arty of the above Parishes will bo designated on the Maps, with reference to owner or agent at one to two cents per acre, according to quantity advertised. McCERREN, LANDRY & CO., Auctioneers, Appraisers and General Land Agents. Office and Salesroom, Masonic Hall, St. Charles st., corner Perdido. Nov. St. Nov. 17,1859. St. VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR HALE. ®S Situated iu the Parish of Union, —Kcontaining 1100 acres ; 500 of which are in a good state of cultivation, with substantial two story dwelling, gin, cabins, and other buildings. Tho promises are in a fine state of cultivation, well watered and within one milo of steamboat navigation. For terms of sale, enquire of the proprietor or his Bon on the premises. I will sell low for cash, or payment* made to suit the purchaser. WM. II. CRAWFORD. Feb. 23d 1859. tf. POItK ! BEEF ! 1 MUTTON ! ! : Butchery!! 'PIIE undersigned has established n regular butchery in Monroe and secured the services of Mr. Thcophili Dullard, a practical and experienced Butcher, who will be found at his stall daily, with everything in his line for hotels, families, &c. Steamboats will be furnished at any hour at reduced prices. Texas beef, veal, pork, mutton, &o., always on hand. Market House next door to Mr. Mil lion's Grocery, Grand street. JOHN" WENTZELL, Proprietor. Monroe, Nov. 17, 1859-0m. To Cotton Planters. YORK'S PATENT PLOW AND SCRAPER. 'PIIE greatest labor-saving Implement ever J_ invented ; by the use of which one negro and one mule does the work of two negroes and two mules. No cotton planter should bo with out them. To be had of C. II. SLOCOMB & CO., Hard ware Merchants. »»7 Canal street, New Orleans, sole Agents for the South. November 3. 18 .VJ— 3m. Solidified Milk : AN excellent article as food for infants, and a good substitute for a cow. It is highly re commended by those that have used it. Give it a trial. For sale at the Drug. Store. novIO. G. "W. McFEB &CO. Ulis ccllaucou s. T NMkâncëT The following Companys lmvo com plied with the Law of the State of Louisiana in relation to agencies of Foreign Insurance Companys: THOS. ASKEW, State Collector. ADAM til FF EN, City Treasurer. New Orleans, Juno 1,1859. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY of New York. HARTFORD INSURANCE COM PANY of llartford, Connecticut. SPRING FIE LP FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, Springfield, Massachusetts. HAMPDEN INSURANCE COMPA NY, of Sptingflcld, Massachusetts. ATLANTIC FIRE and MARINE IN SURANCE COMPANY, Providence, R. I. FIRE, MARINËT r IVER and HULL INSURANCE. Stocks of Merchandize, Buildings, Furniture, Manufacturing establish ments, Freight Lists, Sir., covered against loss or damage by Fire and the perils of Navigation. POLICIES issued in and out of this city, anil a return of twenty per cent, made in cash. POLICIES issued for the country, without the country clause. POLICIES, MARINE and RIVER, issued in and out of this city, to cover Merchandise and Cotton, and au un conditional return of twenty per cent made at settlement on the first of each month. The CAPITAL of the above Com panys is all paid up in CASH, will large Surplus. Ml losses adjusted and promptly paid in this city, in CASII. The best references gjven in and out of this city, oil application at the of fice. P. FAIRCHILD, Agent, 19 St. Charles street Sept. 1, 1S59. 8m LAND FOR SALE. 'TMTE undersigned offers for sale the following valuable tracts of land 8."0 acres ia Morehouse, on bayoi Ronneida, about two miles from 1'oin Jefferson, over two hundred acres thereof having been deadened ihr years ago. 000 acres in Morehouse, on bayou Bonncida, about two miles east of Prairie Jefferson, 358 acres thereof bp, ing deadened. 500 acres in Union, on the Ouachita, 1 about eighteen miles above Monroe, ing a good frame dwelling house nbout 55 acres of cleared laud 1 and thereon. 500 acres in the Island in Ouachita, near the Ouachita river. 12S0 acres in Ouachita, about one mile from the Y. S. &T. Railroad. 500 acres on Bucef river, in Carroll. The above laud will be sold on rea sonable terms. J. T.LUDELING . M onroe , Oct. 21th 1859 -tf. Camden and Trenton Daily Mail STAGE LINK. r PilE above route is now completely stocked. Commodious Mail Stages will leave Camden, Ark., and Trenton, La., every day.(Sundays excepted) at 4 o'clock a. m ., and arrive at #'rcnlon nul Camden on the day following at 5 o'clock e. sr. This lino connects at Camden will the Stage lines to the Hot Springs, ies' Lauding and Washington, Ark., and at Triniton with the Stage < to Shreveport, La., and by way of Harrisonburg and Trinity to Nat chez, Miss. Every attention is paid to the com fort and convenience of the traveling community. It will connect with Steamers at. Tieulon, thus affording uninterrupted transportation to travelers going South. W. C. CA RH. Cherry Ridge , La v Nov. T, 1859. V 1) E te it ' s WORSTED STORE, Wholesale ami Itctnil, Canal Slrvct, near JJouphine, NKW-l.ULHANK. Direct importation of liuilin Zephir nnd Split Worsted, Shetland Wool, Floss nnd l'urne; Silks, Hnglinli Knit ting and Froneli jSmbroidcrj - , Cotton, Canvas, Pill terns, «te., «to. Tt®> All orders promptly attended to. Dee. 1, ISoi). y i n. a J. M. CItOWN I! ITCH, House, Sign and Ornamental Painters and Gilders. Wt have this day entered into partnership. Painting and graining, and paper hanging in all its branches, and in the finest and host style, we are prepared and ready to do. Wo only ask for a trial, and. if wo don't conic np to contract wc auk for nothing.— We promise lull satisfaction and line work in every instance. We arc prepared to do nil and every kind of work in our line of business: Painting, Graining, Marbling, Paper Hanging, &c. &c., in town or in the country, and in adjoining Parishes. Our terms and charges shall always be liberal and moderate. Monroe, August 1 Sth, IS, r iS. ly. Notice Is hereby given that the undersign ed has withdrawn from the firm of lveifer & Crownritch, and intend car rying on Ornamental Painting, Glazing and Paper Hanging in all its various branches, on his own hook. Persons wishing any work in tho above line will- please give mn a call. JOHN KIEKKlt, Monroe, La., Oct. 20, 1859. 8t. WANTED.—I wish to hire ten hands '* to work on a plantation near Mon roe. Persons having negroes to hire for the next year will do well to call on mo at this place. JAS. D. McENETty. Monroe, L«, Aug; 4, 1Ü59. 4t, £ r çt n I. Estate of Nancy Eddins, Dee'd. TUTORSHIP OF HKU MlXOÏi CHM.PREV "VTOT1CK is hereby given, that I will sell at public auction, in pitrsu ancfc to the order of Court, all the pro perty comprising said estate, consist g of about 420 acres of land more or ss, situated about CJ miles from enton, on the Claiborne road, and the jl low ing negroes, to wit : Polly, aged about 45 years; John, aged about 21 years; Harriet, aged about 10 years; Aaron, aged about 19 years ; Sarah, aged about 13 years; Green, aged ubont 9 years; all one family. Amanda, aged about 22 years; Guss, aged about 15 years; Dorcas, aged about 11 years; Funny, ageff about 9 years; Lucy, aged about 15 years; Phebe, aged about 13 years; Also one wagon, two yoke of oxen, four head of cattle and - 5 head oi' hogs, together with some other small items of personal property, and 32 hares of stock in the Y., S. & T. Kail oad Company—said sale to effect a partition amongst the heirs and per sons interested in said estate and pro perty. Terms of Sale —For the negroes, one half cash and the balanco in twelve months from the day of sale, with -ight per cent, interest from tho day >t'sale, with mortgage and personal security. For the laud, one-third cash md tin' balance in one and two years from tho day of sale, in equal pay meats, with eight per cent, interest from tho day of sale, with good per sonal security and mortgage on the land; and for tho personal property, for all sums under $25 cash, and for all sums over that on a credit of twelve months from tho day of sale, with iglit per cent, interest from date of sale, with good personal security. The sale to be made on tho premis es, at tho house now occupied by Jas. Dishop, on tho 2nd day of January, A I). 1800. JULIUS J. NASI I, Monroe, Nov. 3-tds. Tutor. Sale of Negroes. Î& On ' the first of October last my -tS house was opened and a large supply of all classes of negroes offered for sale, imported from Virginia, Mary land and Georgia. Afterwards, during the whole season, tho supply shall be kept good by their receipt of large lots of the choicest negroes to bo hail from the above States. Apply at 54 Baronne street, between Common and Gravier, and two squares west from St.-Charles Hotel. WALTER L. CAMPBELL. Oct. 13, 1859. 0m ITURIANA, \ icliitu. ) NOTICE* Statjî of Louirtana, Purist» of On no 12th District Court. Succession of Klhc.rt \\ r oo<l, rlcc\l. WHF.K1CAS, Alleu W Wood lianllUd in tin offlcool'tlio Clerk of tho 12th .Tmllclul District Court, in and lor nuid purinli ofOundii tu, (tin Until account, which he pray h may lie homologated. Now, therefore, unless opposition he tnndi thereto within thirty duyfl from the date hereof, the said liuul account will he homologated, ac cording to law. W. II. nUADDRY, Clerk. Monroe, La., Dec. «Uli, l«r»il -$li. Monroe, La., «Uli, l«r»il -$li. Omen V„ 8„ an » T. Ii. U. Co.. Mimror, hi., Clli Juno, IH50. T)KUSONS are hereby warned not to trespaKH lipon ti-ny of I ho lands of this company, and all who do so, ii any manner, may cxpeet to havo hotl civil ami criminal prosecutions institn toil against, them. Tho undersigned is authorized to sell tho lands, and persons desiring to purchase should malto application either in person, or hy letter, at this office. 0. (I. YOIJNG, President .Tunc 0, IS. r >i).—3m. Mail Arrangements. ArrlviilN nml Urparliirc*. Natciiw . Hoirn. Arrives every day, (exceptSunday, at f>. p. m. Departs every day, (except Sunday) at 8 a. ii. SllIlEVKl'OnT lloUTB. Arrives daily at 10 p. u. Departs daily at 2 a. ii. VicKsnuRO Ropte. Arrives daily aÄO p. it. Departs daily at H a. M. lÎASTiiop and Montichm.o , AnK. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 M. Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2 si. Opaciiita City ami Marion. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10 p. m. Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at ft a. ». 1't. Jefftrson and Pkcan Grove. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 0 p. ii . Departs Mondays and Thursdays at 8 a. m. WiNsiioancau, St. .Toskph and Mound Kayou. Arrives Tuesdays at 4 r. it. Departs Wednesdays at 1 a. m. Natciiitochkb. Arrives Wednesdays at 12 ii. Departs Thursdays at. H a. m. N. I j . II A KD V, P. M. Dec. 9th, 1 Sr.S. Notico. AMj persons holding claims against the Succession of A. IS. Kinsey, will please present them for settlement JOlIiV CAT/DHUWOOD, Adm'r. Monroe, iVov. 24, 1859. tf. MIlS. S. A. AT.lifSft'S World's llair Restorer, Just received and for sale hy G. W. McFEE & CO Sopt.. 1(5, 1858. W antkii rn llniK. A giimtcook, wnsh-j, rimer. Apply at tliis »nice. 4H c b i c i it fl 1 - DRUGS! DRUGS!! GEO. W. McFEE & CO;/ Practical Dmgglfts A Chemlsto Monroe, h»» HAVE ou hand • fresh tndl gcnoloe ** supply of Drug»», Chemical», Pointa, lu "Varnish, "Oil?, GlaNrnshe* and Prr ttimery. Will wvm l.»ve a frerfi wppjy of Chemicals and AlhaloM«. stich Qninloc, Morphine, ,Vc„ direct (Vont the manuiHclor'a- Also- Dental and Surgical Iitttrnnwnt» and Stafionery. Constantly receiving an asiwtnienfc of I'nfen» Mcdicines, Wim», BraiHlii«. for medicinal purposes. A variety of collnarr extracts—7*11 «»r whlcTi we hope to be aWe W supply our patron» on torn* «tlBfUctory Co all partie«. Jan. 20, 1KÎ». 1* Wlieetcr & Wilson^ SEWING MACHINES. Have this fall taken the F1UST PREMIUM at every State Fair hold In the United State«., wherever they have contended. WITHOUT ONE KXCr.PTION. vir. : STATE OV MISSOURI, at St. T.oni«. STATU (»e ILLINOIS, at Centralia. STATU OK MISSISSIPPI, at Jackson. STATE OF NKW YORK, at Albany. STATU OF NK1V JERSEY, STATE OF MAItYLAND, at Baltimore, STATE OF Y1UGWIA. at Richmond. ST ATM OF CALIFORNIA. STATE OK PENNSYLVANIA, atlMtUourff. STATE OF KENTUCKY. STATE OF WISCONSIN. Singer's, G rover & Maker's, Weed's, Sloat*« Webster's, llentholfs and twenty others, havo ALL been SIGNALLY AND FAIRLY BRATEN. No rational man can now deny the fact that tho WIlKELEll & WILSON SEWING M A C H 1 N ES is Ttir. n ' k ri.ra ut/riu ok ai.l nkwino machines : TUB rAUL MORV1IY OF CREATION. The following is the publihhed report of thd PENNS Y L VAN IA STATE AG ItlClJ LT U UAL SOCIETY, on awarding the Premiums at tho conclusions of their Fair, at Pittsburg, on tlw Ut of October la -1: "The Committee havo given n full opportrt nity to the exhibitors of several Sewing Ma » bines to show and explain their several artl k les, and after a clore investigation, have aon « Imled, while Singer's Machine, for heavy work, is equal to any, and a'so an excellent Machine for general usé, Graver A*. Maker's is more simple In its construction, and ctjuul In iH ability to perform Jor general purposes: without dispatching the merits of either of tho above the Committee feel constrained to award iv Diploma to the Wheeler A* Wilson Machiues being the best or all family purposes. [Signed] R. II. MOOUAEAD» MOSES F. EATON. WM. MURDOCK, JUllN A. MIAI.fi. Committee." Tho sales of Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Ma chines In New Orleans, whore the ditlerenoo between the "Old time Shuttle" and Ofinln Stitch Machines and the new improved WuKtii. " Wm.so \ Machine Is understood is men'« than Foiut times greater than the sales of any Shuttle" Machine, and has been for tho last four months, more than Fiitkkn to ahm over and Raker's complicated Chain Stitch Machine. A largo supply of the above Machine if» •y steamship IVom New Vont, j.V]u'0U'u liy „ mut l'or sut ul tho only lli liut of WltUIOLKR & WILSONS 8HW1NQ MA CHINES. No. l.'tO Canal St. ». II. l'KCK, A front. Doc. SOlh, 1858. tf. NOTICE. r P 1110 subscribers have just received a lilrgo • Stock of Goods (General Variety) and will continue to receive and keep OK hand, hy spécial' arrangement, Staple Dry Goods, Hardware and Cutlery, Ciockery and (ilasswaro, Shoes und lioots, llats and Ciiqs, Keady-made Clothing, Saddles & Saddlery, Medicines & Patent Medlcinos, Iron Castings & Nails, Choice llruudics and . Whisky, Groceries and Provisions,' A large I .ot of Klunkcts, Suitable for Coats, ISeds and Saddle». All of the above hnvo been well selected, and will bo sold very low for Cash, Cotton, IIiiif.s, ISukswax, Wood, or anything else tlmt can bo realized' IVom. We will advance Money and' Geods on Cotton, and continue to re ceive and ship Cotton at 20 Cents per Halo, and reçoive and forward up freights for one-fifth part of the freight bill. Freights and Storage must in all ca^es be paid hoforo delivered. S lay No Goods will bo sold or de livered on Sundays. MAL & CO., Pino ninIT, Ouachita Uivor, Ltl. Doe. 28, 1858. tf. ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING WEI. EVERAItD MASHALL, Civil fCiiKiiu cr, II. S. Deputy Sur veyor, uuil Carinii Surveyor of Ouucltlta. I .ATE of the Vicksburg, Shreveport & Texas Uuilroad, will givo prompt attention to orders in any department of his profession, such as Surveying, Leveling. Drainage, Mapping,^.Kstimates of curth-WOfk, Masonry, Sc. Furnishing plans, spool-' Ih-at ions and working drawings for Bridging, Roads, Lcvoes, &0. W. E. M. is tho compiler of tho Map of Ouachita Parish, now ready for delivery at tho Store of Messrs. Dyrrio, Shields & Co. This Map is useful to every business man, and should be in the possession of every land holder. Particular attention paid tohusincss connected with the f'ur.d Office, en trusted to his care. Monroe, La., Feb. 10, 1859. ly. Brick Making and Laying. r PlIE undersigned is prepared any work in the above linMtfnner. ness in tho liest workmanjjj^esidence He can bo addiessed^^f this place, of Mrs. Nancy" or at \y It. EBLEN. ^August 25, 1859. Im* LONGUES» WATER for sale by Jjuly 14—tf. G. W. McFEE & Ca»