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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 May 1866

Vol. XIIi Opelousas, St. Landry, La. V 4 No. 48. mm4~L Y·OMan va MISCELLANEOUS. __ GENERAL CAss.-The editor of the La Grosse (Wisconsin) Demotere t, who is now in petroit, writes as follows : Gen. Cass is still alive, though his fa i have gathered here in daily expec ,hin of his decease. The General is now , inhis eighty-fourth year. lie passes m.t of his time in sleep, undisturbed. . .At s e intervals he wakens up sufficient -y to ask for some of his friends, who are ient for, but o arriving, even within the h~r, ihe is generally asleep again. His iiasee is softening on the brain, from s-ear of mental labor in the service of the ·ountry. He has all the care, attention and nursing it is possible to give. His f iy look upon him with the greatest ieVerence and aff1ection, and prahy that mis last day on earth may be far distant. At times he is able to converse quite free 1 a4d rationally with his family, but toy is the exception, not the rule. From the Louisrille )einocrat. A MOST REMA...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 May 1866

'THE OPELOUSAS COURIER. Official Journal of the Town of Opelousas. OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : : : MAY 12th, 1866. ELECTION. We give below a synopsis of the returns of the election which took place in our Parish on Monday last: For District Attorney : E. D. Estilette, 1054 vt M. E. Girard, 513 'P1 Mr. Estilette's majority, 541 For Clerk of the District Court : A. Garrigues, 1057 John I. Gardiner, 525 Mr. Garrigues' majority, 533 For Sherij : James G. Hayes, 866 Christoval L. Dupre, 612 Mr. Iayes' majority, 154 For Recorder: Yves D'Avy, 1113 Dr. A. O. Guidry, 448 Mr. D'Avy's majority, 665 For Coroner : Etienne Stagg, (no opposition) 1020 For Assessor : Yves Vidiine, . 724 Pierre Jeansonne, 449 Andre N. Lalonde, 167 Zephirin Ursin Manuel, 45 Messrs. Manuel and Lalonde had withdrawn from the lists a fewldays before the election. Mr. Vidrine was elected Assesor. Concerning the election for District Attorney, we will state that the three other Parishes com posing this District (Lafayette, C...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 May 1866

Vol. it Opelousas, St. Landry, Lne..12 . Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, Lue.. 12 ML& ^^ ^ ^B c No. 48. COURRIER DES OPELOUSAl Journal Officiel DB LA VI.LE D'OPBILOUSAS SAMEDI matin, : : : : : : 12 MAI 186( ELECTION. Nons donnons plus bas un sommaire des r tours de l'élection qui a en lieu en notre Parois Lundi dernier. Pour Avocat de District. Edmond D. Estilette, 1054 voi ilM. E. Girard. 513 Majorité de M. Estilette, 641 Pour Greffier. A. Garrigues, 1057 John I. Gardiner, 525 Majorité de M. Garrigues, 533 Pour Shérif: James G. Hayes, 866 CristoVal L. Dnpré, 612 Majorit6 de M. HIlayes, 154 Pour Recordert Yves D'Avy, 1113 Dr. A. O. Guidry, 448 Majorité de M, D'Avy, 665 Pour Coroner: Etiene Stagg, (sans opposition) 1020 Pour Assesseur: Yves Vidrine, 724 Pierre Jeansonnp, 449 André N. Lalonde, 167 Z. U. Manuel, 45 Mers Manuel et Lalonde se sont retirés de la licBe quelques jours seulement avant l'élection. LM.YVidrine est dond l'Assesseur élu. Quant à l'élection de l'Avocat de D...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 May 1866

M. Seward et l'Autriche. Une de nos dépêches télégraphiques d'aujourd'hui dit que M. Seward a envoyé d'importantes instructions au ministre des Etats-Unis à Vienne, concernant l'envoi de troupes à Maximilien. La dépêche ajoute qu'it sera protesté énergiquement contre èes envois. Si cela est, nous croyons que M. Seward s'est un peu hâté, car Napoléon ne consent probablement à retirer ses trou-. pes du Mexique, que parce qu'il pense que les volontaires autrichiens suffiront pou consolider l'entreprise de Maximilien. les négociations qui ont cu lieu a ce s il n'a jamais été question, à notre conna. sance du moins, d'empêcher Maximiliend tirer ses hommes d'un pays ou d'un autree pourvu que cela le regarde seul. Appeler air Mexique des volontaires autrichiens, des; volontaires belges, français, allemands, po louais, suisses, ce n'est pas y planter le dra peau autrichien, belge, français, saxon, d'est tout simplement prendre à son service éas mercenaires comme Juarez en prendrait s'il pou...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 May 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, Lue., 19 Mai is6b. . N COURRIER DES OPELOUCSAS Journal Oficiel DE LA VILLE D OP.LOUSAS SAMlEDI imatin, : : : : :: 19 MAI 1866. SyM. Josepli E. Andrus a été uommé Maitre de Poste pour le Bureau de Plqueiniiie Brulée. Le Bureau de Peste sera établi au Inmgasin bien connu de M. P. Kcough. SUne malle régulière est aujourd'iui établie cn tre Lac Charles. Calcasieu, et Opplousas. ani vant ici le Mercredi et en repartant le Jeudi de chaque semaine, en passant par Plaquemine Bru 1e, la Rivière Mermento &c. Arl CoNDUCTEURS DE TROUPEAUX. Les nombreux éleveurs d'animaux do no tre paroisse qui envoient des boenfs des tinés au marché <le la souvelle Orléans terront dans nos colonnes d'avis une an nonce de M. Trudeau, qui leur offre l'u iage d'une excellente savanne de 600 ar pents, située à proximité de la ville. Ce serait, il nous semble, une prudente pré aiition de s'arrêter là, rau lieu d'aller tout droit en ville, et observer l'état du mar ché. S'il e...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 May 1866

Troubles a Memphis. GUERRE ENTRE BLANCS ET NOIRS -SCENES TERRIBLES.-UN SIIERIF QUI DE VIENT GENERAL. Les journaux de Memphis du 2 con. tiennent de longs détails sur les désordres sanglants qui ont eu lieu à Memphis dans la soirée du ler mai. Nous les résumerons en quelques lignes: D'après le Memphis Bulletin, la bagarre aurait commencé par la rencontre fortuite d'un blanc et d'un nègre, tous deux con duisant un wagon dans la rue du Sud. Les wagons s'étant heurtés l'un conrre l'autre, les conducteurs se prirent de que. relel, et des paroles passarent bien vit, Saux coups do fouet, dont ils gratilièr 1 leurs épaules à qui mieux mieux. PersP.' ne n'a pu dire qui avait frappé le premiefe Penda n l'altercation, pl.isieurs nègres sur vinrent, ce qui mit le blanc dans un grand' danger d'tdre rialtraité. lieuireasement po8r lui se présenta vn homme de police qui voulut saisir le nègre fouetteur. Ce dernier fit alors briller à ses veux le canon d'un pistolet. L'homme de police tira prompteme...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 May 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, La., lay 19, . No. 49. From North Carolina. A Newbern correspontl nt of tilthe New York Herahl, writing April :10. says: A closer investigation of tlh trate of afiairs at Newbern. hIas revealed a condi tion of aflthirs worse than the bitterest enemy of the bureau ever ventured to insinnate. It napptars almost lbyond doubt that at one of the frecdnluln's set tlements Lere cruelties more attocious than those for which Wirtz was laned have been perlpetrated on tilhe Illit'tlul lug freedmen by agents of the bureau es tablished for their protection. Pnposite Tewbern. on the other side of ti. river, some :O250 f1 eedtlen have been settled for.veatyeas l .- c y .ere invited there by the military, and located on little plots of grounid which they.were allowed to ciultivate. Eilght lmonths ago Edward S. Fitza Mas.aech setts preacher, was placed in charge of the Trent River settlent nt by C(l tain James, another New England preacher, who was then conducting t...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 May 1866

-.Avn lraal of the Town of Opelousas O'PELOU SAB: SATURDAY,:: MAY 19th, 1866. -I Jos. E. Andrus Esq. has been ap pointed Post Master for I'laquemine Brulee. The Post Office will be estab lished at the store of Mr. P. Keough. A regular mail is now established be tween Lake Charles, Calcasien, and Op elousas, arriving here every Wednesd and leavingevery Thursday, and stop at Plaquemine Brulee. i It is said that the overflow r Mississippi has inundatated the trac r the Opelousas rail road between Brashl, City and Algiers, thus preventing the cars -from running. The mail which reaches us by that route will come no more until the waters have iubsided, and we will be reduced to receiving our letters and pa pers by the boats of our navigation. It now remains to he seen whether this matter will be so arranuged as to not keep us loo long waiting. CALCASIEC.-The lollowing are the offi - cial election returns for that Parih : For Did.trict A ttorney : M. E. Girard ..................141 E. D. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 May 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, La., May No. 50. e" i ,, - - -• , - - ''' - .,m 1 ,. The discipline of th' Army of the Potomac. We take the following from Wm. Swinton's History of the Army of the Po tomac: "Had there been no McClellan," I have often heard Gen. Meade say, "there could have been no Grant; for the rmlny bade no essential improvement under any of his successors." It was colanion throughout the war to ascribe a high de gree of cdisciiline to the Contederate Army-even higher titan that of the Ar m" of the Potomac. But the revelations otfthe actual condition of that army since the close of the wa.r do notejustify this assertion. On the contrary, they show that the discipline of the Army of North ern Virginia was never equal to that of the Ariliy of the Potomac, though in fire and elan it was superior. "I could al ways rely on my army," said Gen Lee, at the time he surrendered its remmnant at Appomattox Court House-"I could al ways rely on my army for fighting; but its di...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 May 1866

- IiE OPELOUSAS COURIER. ;Olaji rnal of the Town of Opelousas OPELOUSAS: A JAY, : : :: .MAY 26th, 1866. "Tb-e Justices of the Peace and Con stbl who were elected on the 7th inst., fr the Parish of St. Landry, will be lipto learn that their commissions bs& been received, and that they may obtain them by applyij g to Mr. Garri A Clerk of the District Court. 3i"Mr. Adolphe Garrigues, Clerk of the Court, Mr. James G. Hayes, Sheriff, abd Mr. Yves D'Avy, Recorder, entered on Tgesday last upon the duties of their respective offices. They are all three good and tried officers, and the people who replaced them in the positions which they formerly occupied feel confident that they will discharge their duties punctually and zealously. ,We learn that Mr. Garrigues has se cured the services of our friend Mr. Ileb rard, as first clerk. It would have been 'difficult, if not impossible, to make a better choice. Mr. Hebrard is in his ele - meet when organizing and maintaiuinI in order an office ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 May 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, Lne., 26 Mai 1866. N ' o. 50. COURRIER DES OPELOIUSAS. Joirital Officiel DM LA VILLE D'OPELOUSAS. SAMEDI matin, : : : : 26 MAI 1866. CLes Juges de Paix et les Constables, lus le 7 Mai courant, pour la Paroisse St. andry, sont avertis que leurs commis jng sont arrivées, et qu'ils pourront les àfntr en s'adressant à M. A. Garrigues, Greffier de la Cour de istýrict. ClM. Adolphe Garrigues, Greffier, M. James G. Hayes, Shérif, et M. Yves D'A vy, Recorder, tous récemment élus, sont entrés, Mardi dernier, dans l'exercice de 1enu fonctions. Ce sont tous trois des omiciers éprouvés, et le peuple qui les a replacés où ils étaient auparavtant, se re pose sur eux avec la certitude qu'ils rem plironIt leur devoir avec zèle et ponctua lité. . Nous voyons que M. Garrigues s'est as suré les services de M. Hébrard, pbur pre diiercomWis. I aurait été difficile, sinon iaposoible, de faire u meilleur choix. M. lébrard est dans son élément quand! Ss'agit d'organiser ou...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 May 1866

Les habitudes du President. Un ami intime de4, AÂndrew John^on, qui l'a connu depuis l rngue$nnées, et qui l'a aivi*à Whinbion,g e coirnuniqllé l us journal do l'Ouedt don èts(ail, qui ne : sont pas sans intérês sur les habitudes do.1 mestiqiuest duPrésiLent. Nous en dunnotiîs le résitumé: M. Johnson, du 1er Octobre au 1er A. vril, se lève à 7 heures du matin, qui-te que soit l'heure à liq'melle il s'est couche lai veille: du 1er avil ;iu 1er octobre il si. 1. te à 6 hleures. Sa chambitre es.t d'une trémne sinitjlhcitb; ail ne consulte jani)it 'q pendule, nmai, uinegraissa isuiintre en a\ ou oigndn qu'il poassîdit quandml i ét ieur, el qui est loujiiirs pendlue 11u L de son lit. La preminière piè'e de sai! tement dont fite.-e usage M. Jrihnsoni0 un cateçgon de flanelle, etisuilt il nt sesI *chlaussetîte, quii sont ginéralement de Ini ne, chaus-e es pantumiffl-, et paisse un a'in. talon de tfuitaiid. tn ce f tim.in, il se rend dans iune petite salle de bains, y f.iit ait barbe et wuq...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 June 1866

Vol. XIII. Opelousas, St. Landry, La., Ju No. 52. - ".""-." " MISCELLANEOUS EDUCATINQ Turi SOUTH. - The N. Y. Tribune rcfers with some degree of pride to the report of the American Freedmen's Commission, which shows what various Northern societies have done and are do ing in the way of educating the people of the South. From this document it appears that during the last year 307 schvols and 773 tea:-hers have been main tained, and that 40,000 pupils have been "'educated." Educated is the word used by the Tribune ; from which we can infer a combination of extraordinary skill on the part of the teachers, and of remark able aptitude on the part of the pupils, such as never before has been witnessed. The completion of an education on the wide basis of "industry, freedom and Christian moraliy" in the short space of one year, is something which could be achieved only by the rare ingenuity of the New Englander, aided by the exalted genius of the African. It has heretofore been supposed tha...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 June 1866

FIHE OPELOUSAS COURIER. Omctal Journal of the Town of Opelougs OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : : : : : JUNE 1866. 5~The present number terminates the thirteenth year of the existence of the "Opelousas Courier;" and though we should not reckon without our host, we believe and venture to assert that its slays are not yet numbered, notwithstand rng the fierce opposition with which we have to contend to-day-an opposition which we might compare to the force of 40 horse power if not of 40 emissaries, hirelings and others who are enlisted in it. Ti4 kind encouragement of which we have heretofore been the recipients leads us to hope that our patrons will still con fer their favors upon us; and since we have broached the subject we would re quest them, when they have judicial no tices to be published in our paper, to be so kind as to inform their attorneys of the fact, in order that these latter may not, by mistake, forgetfulness, calcula tion or otherwise, divert these adver tisements from their d...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 June 1866

Vol. XI Opelousas, St. Landry, Lne., 9 COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS Journal Oficiel DB LA VILLB D'OPELOUtbAS SAMEDI matin, :: z : : S 9 JUIN 1866. IyAvec le présent numéro se termine la treizième année d'existence du Cour rier des Opeltoen;, et quoique l'on ne puis se et ne dloile pas compter sans son hôtf, tii kiimons à croire, et nous osons 0 Piflr tet que ses jours ne sont point encore comptés, nonobstant la concurrdnce que l'on noua oppose aujourd'hut avec un a chawnement asn exemple, concurrence que nous pourrions comparer à une force de 40 chevaux, sinon 40 émissaires, mer cenaires et autres qui en forment I'élé ment. Le bienveillant patronage que nous a raos reçu jusqu'à présent nous fait espé terque nos patrons voudront bien encore Ita econtinuer leurs faveurs; et puisque ^aM en sommes là, nous les prierons de aIloir bien, quand ils auront des avisju jidaires à faire publier, et qu'ils nous Wdaront à cet effet, avoir la bonté de 'i.M e savoir à leurs avocats, afin que lderniers, p...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 June 1866

L(es ·-Apr- 1et>u~at quIs~a~ I" trmr t I'Àf -e IJ(Epa3fx ^BBctuaneas Une S n a se1 ,o pefnsons Miea ^ ot^^e<<e ntel8nê a ioiv Saun sujet d'inquiéude. TRE~a ORERIsJ~s ETATS-UN~S, s -.s.Wè.lhHlt O eaO i 166 6 S b.F qy Monsieur; SJIltenus-de recevoir votre lettre du410 otmr..nt VoWd me demandez jusqu'à qua point le' gouvernement est. responsable remtinsement deabanqaues nationales. Je e:L de l'ebti~~l re va mis par le con ti a iou, au nom de ces ban " Vous desirez savoir si, en admettant que les dépots faits par les banques au tré sor es Etats-Unis fussent insuffisants pour rembourser les billets en circulation, par suite de la baisse des valeurs ainsi déposées le gouvernement serait tenu de rembourser au pair les billets en question. La 47e sec tion du National Currency Act non seule ment donne le droit de vendre les valeurs déposées en garantie. mais pour toutes som me insuffisante, le gouvernement a une pre mière hypothèque permanente. sur tout l'actif de la banque en faill...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 13 October 1866

__..-No 18. Vol. XIV. Opeouas, St. Landry, La., October 13, 1866. -_. -_"_., :., . wI 1P m r NEW ORLAEAS CA RDYP Siceeession Sale. Estate of Henry Provent, deceased. 8 t . lJESUANT to an order of the Hon. Samuc S the Eighth District Court, in and for "e.he Parish of St. Landry, there will be Robt.' o-er4.d for bale at the Court House door y o. . f said Parish, in the town of Opelousas, ' th Onlonday, October 22d,1866, dmi d'te, by the undersigned Administrator or a Ptited duly lieensd Auctioneer, to the last and sale at higet bidder, the following described for casl ,ert a part the succession of said the tor Se ased, to-wit: : A CERTAIN all the -T OF LAND, i ! 1Ibert ' din the Parish of Saint proper Landry, on the West side of 1. Mallet Woods, about ten nmiles from Opel- qua'te ousas, at the pltace called 1'Anse Bour- (U " te beuse, consisting of Section 44, Town- about ship six south Range onqEast, and of ablow Section seven, Township G South, Range sevCnI two East, containing 136;...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 13 October 1866

THE OPELOUSAS COURIER Official Journal of the Town of Opelousas OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : : OCTOBER 13, 1866 1i We are authorized to announce that Capt. LEWIS D. IPRESCOTT ha: consented to become a candidate to re present the Parish of St. Landry in the House of Representatives, in place of Capt. James G. Hayes, resigned. 17 We are authorized to announce Dr. GEORGE HILL as an independent can didate for Representative in the Legisla ture in place of Mr. Jas. G. Hayes, (re signed) at the ensuing election. Opelousas, July 14th, 1866. Reduced Rates. Reasons unnecessary to mention here-ex traordinary and untnoreseen circumstances hare suddenly compelhled us to reduce our rates for adrertising. Hlenceforward, wee will publish al all adrer tisements sent us at the rate of Twenty-Five Cents per Square. Our patrons and friends, and those in general who may confer their favors upon tts, are requested to observe the great reduc tion in our prices; and in case their publi afians Irreo be inade t...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 13 October 1866

Vol. XIV. Opelousas, St. Landry, Lne., 13 Octobre 1866. No. 18. COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. Journal Officiel DE LA VILLE D'OPELOUSAS. SAMEDI matin, : : : : : 13 OCT. 8I6i. (' Nous sommes autorisé à annoncer que le Capt. LEWIS D. PRESCOTT a consenti a se laisser porter comme can didat pour Représentant dle la Paroisse St. Landry à la Législature, en remplace ment de James G. Hayes, qui a résiguné. rr Nous sommes autorisé à aunoncer le Dr. GEORGE HILL comme candidat indépendant )pour lai place de représen tant A la Législature laissée vacante par la résignation de M. Jas. G. Hayes, à l'é lection qui aura lieu prochainement. Oinlousas. 14 Juillet, 1866. Reduction de Prix. )es raisons qu'il est inutile de déduire ici, -des circonstances extraordinaires et im prérues, nousforcent tout à coup à réduirc leprix des annonees dans le "C riîrier." Nous publierons donc désornmais tots les dris qui nous seront envoyés à raison de Vingt-cinq Cents par Carre. Yos patrons et nos amis, et ceux en gené r...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 13 October 1866

Vente par le Sherif. Etat de la Louisiane, Samuel P. Russ, ) Cour de District, vs. > Paroisse EstFéliciau Robt. W. Troth. \ No. 7:35. 1 N vertu d'u ordrc de saisie et de vent j émanant de l'honorable la C('Our d, District du Cinquième Di)trict Judiciair de l'Etat de la Louisian, siecgeant dans e pour la Paroisse Est Feliciian, dans Illafai re ci-dessus intitulée et à moi adress. jof frirai eu vente à l'encan, au plus ortitant ec dernier enchérisseur, pour du comptant, î la Maison de Cour de cette Paroisseoen hl ville d'Opelousas. Le Samedi, 3 Norveinbrc prochain, 100G, tous les droits, titres, intéréts et, preteun sions de Robort W. Troth, le défendeur, aux propriétés suivantes, savoir: l1. La moitié Est du quart Sud-Ouest (le la Section dix-sept, et la moitié Est de la moitié Ouest de la Section vingt-deux, Township cinq Sud Rangée sept Est, con tnant environ deux cent quarante acres: Aussi, la partie inférieure de la nii'jié Est de la Section fractionnelle dix sept, Town ïbip c...

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