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Etat de la Louisiane — Paroisse d' Iber
ville. i -i »«rn * i* A . , i ]^[ ' ^ , ° S e CS P a ^ ces P r " i . , . , ! , l • re P arer re P on s -et levee, oelon la loi. Théodore Orillion, réparez votre che min et levée. Made. Dufresne, reparez votre chemin et votre levée. Trichard réparez votre chemin et votre levee. Antoine Rivet, réparez votre chemin et votre levée. Rosemoiit LeBlanc, réparez votre che min et votre levée. M. Hebert, reparez votre chemin. R. Arnous, réparez vos chemins et le vées. A. S. Robertson, vous ferez un bout de levéeen haut de votre habitation vis-a-vis un éboulé qu'il y'a, et reparez v ponts. Made. P. Lacave, réparez vos ponts. Made. P. Dévé, réparez vos ponts. Bella, réparez vos ponts et levées. J. Walsh, réparez vos ponts. F. Siguinaud, réparez vos ponts. Julien Allain et cie, réparez votre che min. Charles Boissac, réparez votre chemin. Made. Ursiti Jo'y, reparez votre chemin. Artaux, réparez votre chemin. Vous et chacun de vous êtes notifiés de faire sur vos terres respectives, Ifs travaux ci-dessus mentionnés dans soixante jours de cette notification conformément à la loi — sous la peine de la loi. EUGENE BABIN, Inspecteur. Neville Babin, Louis Signaud Assitant. Etat de la l.ouisiane.— ville. Paroisse d'Iber jy£R. J. B. Hacker, vous êtes par ces présentes notifie à réparer votre che min selon la loi, fesant i'ace au Bayou Plaquemine sur vos deux morceaux de terre situés dans le 5eme district. Francois Duplessis, réparez votre che min sur votre terre d'en bas, et faites une levée et un chemin sur votre terre d'en haut. Messrs. Bissel! et Schlatre, faites votre levée et votre chemin sur votre terre d'en bas, et réparez votre chemin sur votre terre d'en haut. Urzelin Rafré, faites votre chemin et votre levée. Henry Sellier, réparez votre chemin et votre levée. Joseph Richard, réparer votre chemin et votre levée. Jean Lapassade, réparez votre chemin et faites votre levée. Made. Richard et fi!s réparez votre chemin. Felix Breaux, réparez votre chemin. Mide. James Johns, réparez votre che min. Réné Bongère, réparez votre chemin. Henry Desobry, réparez votre chemin et faites votre levée sur votre ligne supé rieure. Made. Joseph Dardenne, réparez votre chemin et levée. Aulry Dupuy, réparez votre chemin. Jean A. Dardenne, réparez votre che min et réparez votre levée sur votre ligne inférieure. Paulin Dupuy, réparez, votre chemin. Booksh et Roth, réparez votre chemin. Joseph Kleinpetre, réparez votre che min. Honoré Léonard, réparez votre che min et coupez les arbres qui sont dans le chemin. Mr. Savory, réparez votre chemin. Edwards et Whiteall, reparez votre chemin et levée, et égoutez le chemin. Made. Haase, réparez votre chemin et levée. Henry, f. m. c., réparez votre chemin et levée. Christopher Teal, réparez votre chemin et levée. , Berand, réparez votre chemin e levée. Iliram Sigler, réparez votre ehemin et levée. A. Gauthier, réparez votre chemin et levée. Rosemond Orillion, réparez votre che min et levée. John Dutton, réparez votre chemin et levée. A. St. Dizier, réparez votre chemin. A. Talbot, réparez votre chemin. René Botigere, reparez votre chemin. Mr. Honoré Leonard, réparez votre chemin. Smith, répaipz votre chemin. Vous et chucun de vous êtes notifiés de faire sur vos terres respectives, faisant face au Bayou Plaquemine, les travaux ci dessus mentionnés, dans soixante jours de cettc notification conformément à la loi — sous la peine de la loi. Témoin nos signatures à la Paroisse d'Iberville, ce 28 Août, 1848. TREVILLE HEBERT, S. U. D. SCHLATRE, PAULIN DUPUY, Inspecteurs des chemins et levées pour le 5emc District Iberville. ELECTION. Etat de la Louisiane. — Paroisse d'Iber ville. CONFORMEMENT à la proclama tion de son Excellence, Isaac John sou Gouverneur de l'Etat de la Louisiane en date du 7 Août, 1848, une élection aura lieu dans la Paroisse d'Iberville, M ARDI le lerne jour de Novembre , 1848, à l'effet d'élire six électeurs pour cet Etat, pour la Présidence et la Vice Présidence des Etats Unis. Le scrutin sera ouvert depuis 9 heures A. M. jusqu'à 4 heures P. M. dans les dif férents districts d'élection, comme suit savoir: — Pour le 1 er District. Au café de Mr. Briengue au débarque ment du Bayou Goula, soul l'inspection de Messrs. Paul Hébert, Norbert Lauve et Albert Allain. Pour le 2 eme District. A la maison de cour de la dite Paroisse à Plaquemine sous la surveillance de Messrs. Joseph H. Rills, Lucien Landry et Trasimond Roth. * Pour It 3 eme Dntrict. Au magasin de Messrs. Bi.-sell et Schla tre sous la surveillance de Messrs. Adolphe Dupuy, Jules Sellier et John A. Dardenne. Pour le 4 eme District. A la résidence de Mr. Paul Dupuy, sous la surveillance de Messrs James E. Robertson, Richard Reames et Valsin J. Dupuv. Pour le 5 eme District. Au magasin de Mr. Pierre Richard, sous l'inspection de Messrs Charles Da venport, Thomas C. Brown et Edward Moore. Pour le 6 eme District. A la résidence de Mr. Joachim Blan chard, sous la surveillance de Messrs. Jean Bte. Guédry, Achille Landry et Pierre Colle. Pour le 7 eme District. Au moulin-à-scie de Samuel Ives, sou» la surveillance de Messrs Gaspar Gai), Wm. H. Carr et James Sullivan. Peur le 8 eme District. Au magasin de Theodore Johnston, sous la surveillance de Messrs James H. Johnston, Ursin Daigre et Maximiiiec Cotoire. J. L. PETIT, Shérif. Paroisse d'Iberville ce 5 Sept. 1848. \n\n 00utl)fm Stnünti. Kate'« CMfeniM. There'« somewhat on my breast, Lizzy, There's somewhat on my breast ! The livelong day I sigh, Lizzy, At night 1 cannot rest. 1 cannot take my rest, Lizzy, Though I fain would do so: Aweary weight oppresses me! This weary weight of wo! 'Tis not the lack of gold, Lizzy, Nor lack of worldly gear ! " and f Vy Is My friends are kind and dear: r kin are real and true, Lizzy. My lands are broad -h They mourn to see my prier ; But, O! 'tis not a kinsman's band Can give my heart relief! 'Tis not that William's false, Lizzy, Tis not that he's unkind; Though pretty ones do swarm around, I know his constant mind. Tis not his coldness, Lizzy, That chills my suffering breast; It's that confounded cucumber I've ate and can't digest ! Keeplt be foret he People ! That Millard Fillmore has distinctly disavowed the slightest wish or desire lo interfere with the question of slavery in the United States. Keep it also before the people, that Lewis Cass proclaimed in Iii» place in the Senate, that he would have voted for the wilmot proviso, had it been brought forward during the session of 1846. Keep it before the people, that Millard Fillmore is denounced by the Abolition ists as a traitor and a dough-face, because he rccognises the institution of slavery, and brought a bill into congress to pay a master the value of a runaway slave. Keep it also before the people, that Gen. Cass boasts that be never was a slave-holder, that he detests slavery, and would be delighted to see it abolished, if it could be done safely and peaceably. Keep it before the people, that the De mocratic papers dare not inform their readers that Millard Fillmore voted in favor of the first of the Atherton resolu tions, which declares that Congress has ik > jurisdiction over the question of sla very in the United States. Keep it also before the people, that Gen. Cass has proclaimed the monstrous opinion that the question of slavery in the newly acquired territory must be settled by therpeople thereof; thus giving to the Indians, Mesizoes, Zamboes, and other colored inhabitants of such territory, the right and power to exclude citizens of the South from establishing themselves with their property on the soil. Keep it before the people, that Millard Fillmore has always been a frank, open and consistent politician, that he has not two sets of opinions, one for the North and the other for the South; that he does not, like Van Buren, boast of being "a a orthern man with louthern principles," nor make professions at the eleventh hour to gull the South. Keep it also before the people, that southern democrats are endeavoring to hold up Lewis Cass as " a Northern man with Southern principles ," just as they did Van Buren, and that Lewis Cass is aid ing to propagate the fraud, by causing to be Circulated two editions of his life, one intended to reconcile salve-holders tahis support, and the other to ingratiate him self with Northern anti-slavery men. Keep it also before the people, that Lewis Cass never was regarded in any other light than as a violent opponent of slavery and a recognized champion of the Wilmot proviso, and that he only modi fied his opinions when he became the can didate for the Presidency; that even now he has never written or uttered one sylla ble against the principle of the Proviso; and that when interrogated by his north érn friends on the subject, he pretends that the noise and confusion prevented him from explaining his views. Keep it before the people, that Mr. Töncey, a Southern democrat, and dele gate from Alabama to the national demo cratic convention, refused to sustain Lewis Cass, pronouncing him a political weath ercock, "all things unto all men, an Abo litionist at heart, and false to the South." Oh ! Rake Consistency !—1. General Caâé writing a book lauding Louis Phil lippe, and then, on his overthrow, con gratulatitig the people that deposed him. 2. General Cass voting for the Wilmot Pwwtao when he wanted Northern votes, i opposing it when he wanted South em votes. & General Cass refusing the "over grown patronage" of the Government, af ter exhausting that patronage to his own be Ritafit» 4. General Cass speaking eloquently about the suffering of the people of Ire land, and then forgetting to vote for the appropriation for their relief. 5. General Cass concurring with Mr. Polk's administration and voting for the Harbor and River bill, the veto of which was the '»crowning glory" of Mr. Polk. ft. Gênerai daw was enchanted with the proè^ëfet of peace throughout the world, and gfeaaiog hia palate "to swallow the whel* of Mexico." O! POLICE JURY. Pahish of Iberville. N Monday the 4th day of September, 1848, that being the day appointed for a regular session, the Police Jury met according to law and adjournment. The following members were present to wit : C. N. Bruslé, president and member from the 2d district; Paulin Diipuy, mem ber from the 3d district; Thomas W. Brown, member from the 4th district; IV. R. Boote, member frona the 5th district. The session being opened, then came Mr. F. V. Galaugher, who after present ing his certificate of election as member from the lstdistrict, took his seat. Then the Police Jury proceeded to ap point commissioners of elections for the different election precincts of this parish, to serve during one year, and the follow ing persons were duly appointed to wit : For the Bayou Goula or first precinct, Messrs Paul Hebert, senior, Norbert Lauve, and Albert Allain. For the Plaquemine or 2d precinct, Messrs. J. H. Rills, Lucien Landry and Trasimond Roth. Fortlie Indian Village or 3d precinct, Messrs Adolphe Dupuy, Jules Sellier, and John A. Dardenne. For Joseph Richards store or the 5th precinct, Messrs Charles Davenport, Tho-1 mas C. Brown and Edward Moore For Paul Dupuy's residence or the 4th precinct, Messrs Valsin J. Dupuy, Baltha zar Dupuy and Michel Schlatre, senior. For the Is'and or the 6th precinct, Messrs John Bte. Guedry, Achille Landry and Pierre Cole. For Ive's Mill or the 7th precinct,! Messrs. IV. H. Carr, James Sullivan and Gaspar Gall. For Johnston store or the 8th precinct, Messrs Henry Johnston, Ursin Daigre and Maximillien Catoire. Hhereas, a petition of several inhabi tantsof the parish of Iberville, residing at R.> «nu t- n 111 n (lint (ha nrii'tlo rrct-1 n linlM n Bayou Goula, that the privilege-to hold a ferry for foot passengers, might be grant ed to Mr. R. Leblanc — IPhereas, a petition was presented bv several inhabitantsof Bayou Goula, pray ing that the privilege to hold a ferry for foot passengers on the Mississippi River, may be granted to Mr. R. Leblanc fiy ue grau (.eu 10 i *ir, iv. licuirtin— It was resolved, that the said LeBlanc, be and is hereby authorised to hold said J ferry one year, at the same rates, and subject to the same regulations as the other ferries on the Mississippi river; pro vided the said LeBlanc, first pay into the hands of the parish Treasurer, the sum of ten dollars. The petition of Antoine Duhuclet, praying to be permitted to emancipate his slave Honoré, and the documents thereto, were for the fifth time presented and read to-the Police Jury—whereupon, it was unanimously resolved, that the pe titioner Antoine Dtibuclet, be permitted to emancipate his slave Honoré, as a reward for important and faithful services ren dered to him by said slave, and that in consideration of his well attested good conduct, his said master, Antoine Dubu clet, be and is hereby dispensed from giv ing the bond required by the 10th section of an act entitled "an act to prevent free persons of colour from entering the State, and for other purposes, approved March 16th, 1830. After due examination of the different plans laid before the Police Jury for ap proval, by the committee appointed at the last session to receive said plans and spe cifications, Mr. George Weldon'S plan and specification of Court House and Jail was finally aceepted and deposited with the Clerk of the Police Jury, subject to be examined by all persons wishing to do so. On motion, it was resolved that the price of adjudication for the building of the Court House and Jail tö the underta ker, or lowest bidder, therefor, should be paid at the following terms, to wit : One third in January 1850, that being the day appointed for the delivery of said Court House to be then complete; one third in 1851, and one third 1852, which two last instalments shall be paid either with notes bearing eight percent interest per annum, or in cash, at the option of the Police,Jury or any other person or persons charged with the settlement thereof. Be it further resolved, that the Clerk of the Police Jury, be and is hereby author ised to insert in both papers, now publish ed in this parish, a notice to all those who wish to give in their sealed proposals for the building of the Court House and Jail, to come forward and desposit the said proposals in the hands of said Clerk, be tween now and the 23d of the present month. A d account of $10 was presented by J. L. Petit, Sheriff, for repairs done to parish property, and the same was allow ed, and the president authorised to draw, &c. An account of J. L. Hornsby's for med ical services rendered to indigents, amounting to $12, was also allowed, and the president authorized to draw, &c. An account of $5 was presented by II. Broussard for ditching, was allowed, &c. An account of §29 was presented by Mde. F. Shanks for attendance on indi gents, and the same was allowed, and the president authorised to draw, &c. On motion the Police Jury then ad journed until the 23d of September, 1848. Signed, C.N.BRUSLE, President. Attest, BEN. DEBL1EUX, Clerk P.J. State oj Louisiana—Parish of Iberville. TMTR. John Hagan, you are hereby no -*■ tified and warned to repair your bridges and levee, according to law. Theodore Orillion, lepairyour road and levee. Made. Dufresne, repair your road and levee. Trichard, repair your road and levee. Antoine Rivet, repair your road and levee. M. Hebert, repair your road. R. Arnous, repair your roads and le vees. A. S. Robertson, you will make a levee, on the upper part of your p'antation, op j ^ af)d rep air your bridges. J/ade p Ll|Cave> repajr your bridges posite the place where the bank has caved j : e() no^fiedViö do and"' perfo7 J/ade. P. Dév'é, repair your bridges Bella, repair your bridges and levee. J. IFalsh, repair your bridges. F. Siguinaud, repair your bridges. Julien Allain & Co., repair your road. Charles Boissac, repairyour road. J/ade. Ursui Joly, repairyour road. Artaux, repair your road. You and each of you are hereby warn rm upon your several tracts of land, such work as are above mentioned, within sixty days of the notification hereof, in accordance to )aw under the |f ' rescrihed thereby . — _ - _____ _* ' _ » EUGENE BABIN, Inspector. NEVILLE BABIN, » LOUIS SIGIN.4 UD, j Iberville, Sept. 7th, 1848. Assistants. STATE OF LOUISIANA—PARISH OF IBERVILLE. TO J. B. Hacker—You are hereby notified and warned to repair your road, according to law, fronting the Bayou Plaquemine, on both of youi tracts of land situated within the 5lli district, under the penalty of the law. Francois Duplessis, repair yonr road on lower tract, and make a levee and road on upper tract of your lauds. Bissel! & Schlatre, make levee and road on your lower tract of land, and repairyour road on upper tract. Uzelien Raflé, make road and levee on your land. Henry Lelièr, repair your road and levee. Joseph Richard, repair yoni road and levee. Jean Lapasade, repair your road and make your levee. Madam Richard and son, repair your road. Felis Braux, repair your road. Mrs. James Johns, repair your road. Rene Bongiére, repair your road. Henry Desobry, repair your road and make your levee on nppei line. Mrs Joseph Dardennes, repair your road and levee. Aubry Dupuy, repair your road. J. A. Dardennes, repair your road and repair le* vee on lower line. Paulin Dupny, repair your road. Brook & Roth, repair your road. ■ Joseph Kleimpetre, repairyour road. Honoré Leonard, repair y ourroad and eut down and.clear trees standing in the road. —— Savoy, repair yonr road. Edwards & Whitall, repair your road and levee, and drain the former. Mrs Ha:ise, repair your road and levee. Harry. f. m. c., repair your road and levee. Christopher Teal, repaii your road and levee. Berand, repair your road and levee. Hiram Seglars, repair your road and levee. A. Gauther, repair your road and levee. Joseph Schlatre. repair your road and levee: Rosemond Orillion, repair your road and levee. John Dnllon, repairyonr road. Auguste St Disier, repair yout road. Ren? Bongierie. repair your road. A. Talbot, repair your road. Mrs Honoré Leonard, repair your road. Smith, repair yonr road. You, and each of you. are hereby warned and notified to do and perform, on your several tracts of land, fronting oil tiie Bayou Plaquemine, such work as are above mentioned, within sixty days of the notification hereof, in accordance to law, under the penalty prescribed thereby. Witness my hand at the Parish of Iberville, this 2Sth August, 1848. TREVILLE HEBERT, S. U. D. SCHLATRE, PAULIN DUPUY, Inspectors of roads and levees foroth District, Iber ville. sep4 WILSON. 8TARBIRD & SMITH'S SY RUP OF SARSAPARILLA—For the cure of rheumatism, scrofulous affections, diseases of the skin, and eruptions of varions kinds. It is a powerful tonic and alterative, and is valuable as a restorative in depraved conditions of the system, though its most extensive and useful application is in the treatment of secondary syphilis, and syphi loid diseases, and that shattered state of the system which follows the imprudent use of mercury in these affections. For sale by aulO L. C. THOMAS, Druggist. FOR SUGAR MAKING—Carbonate Potash, Sulphate Zinc and Sulphate Potash, for re fining and Graining Sugar, just received and for sale at [sepl8] RICHARDS'Drug Store. ELECTION. State of Louisiana—Parish, o / Iberville: IN conformity with the law and agreea bly to a proclamation of his Excel lency, Isa«tp Johnson, Governor of the State of Louisiana, dated August 7th 1848, an election will be holden in the Parish of Iberville, on TUESDAY the 7th day of November, 1848, for the pur pose of electing 8 i x Electors for this State, for President and Vice Presiuent of the United Slates. The Polls will be open from 9 o'clock, A.M., until 4 o'clock P. M., and holden as follows' Jn the ls£ Precinct. At the coffee house of H. Briengue, at Bayou Goula landing, Messrs. Paul Hé bert, Norbert Lauve, and Albert Allain, Commissioners. In the 2d Precinct, At the court hou«e in the town of Pla quemine, Messrs Joseph H. Rills, Lucien Landry and Trasimond Roth, Commis sioners. In the 3d Precinct. At the Storeof Messrs. Bissell &Schfa tre, Messrs. Adolphe Dupuy, Jules Sel lier and John H. Dardenne, Commission ers. In the 4th Precinct. At the residence of Mr. Paul Dupuy, Messrs. Valsin J: Dupuy, Balthazar Du puy, and Michael Schlatre, senior, Com missioners. In the 5th Precinct. At the store of Mr. Pierre Richard, Messrs. Charles Davenport, Thomas C. Brown and Edward Moore, Commission ers. In the 6th Precinct. At the residence of Messrs. Joachim Blanchard, Messrs. Jean Bte. Guidry, Achille Landry and Pierre Colle, Com sioners. In the "Ith Precinct. At I've's Mill, Messrs. Gaspar Gall, Wm. II. Carr, arid James Sullivan, Com missioners. In the 8th Precinct. At the Store of Theodore Johnston, Messrs. James H. Johnston, Ursin Daigre and Maximilien Cotoire, Commissioners. J. L. PETIT, Sheriff. September 5th, 1848. BUTLER'S EFFERVESCENT MAGNE» SIAN APERIENT—For dyspepsia, indi gestion, nervous debility, giddiness, head ache, aci dity of the stomach, habitual costiveneaa, cutaneous diseases, gout, gravel, &c., and highly valued as a gentle, cooling purgative. For sale by aolO L. C. THOMASi, Druggist. LOOKING GLASSES of all sizes for aale by au21 ROTH, BRO ft CO.