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Slrnrtnc n cts.
For the November Election.
.iPWe are anthorized to announce JAMIS II.
8 ITI, as a candidate f'r the Jumn:milt r of the' 7th
Judicia District. jy 14
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
- *We are authorized to announce W. FEltGUiW
KtRNAN, as a candidate for )lrauntr ArroRnEY for
the Seventh Judicial District. je 10
jI We are authorized to announce JOIIN M.
DBERTS, nas a candidate for Darn-r Arronny for
he Seventh Judicial District. ji 30
__ We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
PATTERSON, Ias a candidate for Clerk of the Dis
trict Court, for the Parish of East Feltclana. jy7
rWec are authorized to announce GEORGE C.
COMSTOCK, as a candidate for Sus2Irer, for the
Parish of East Feliclana. je 23
PreWe are authorized to announce WILLIS W.
1g0ORE, as at candidate for Suntrler for the Parish
of East Feliciana. subject to a DIemocratic Nomnl.
nation. jo 20
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC,
RUSSIAN SUCCESS CONFIRMED.
NEW YORK, July 11.-The steamer Pa
cific arrived hero to-day. Her news fuidly
confirms the defeat of the Allics on the
18th ult. The loss of the Allies is estima
ted at over 5,000 men.
Lord Palnlure gives a nominal list, show
ing 93 officers killed and wounded, and 150
taken prisoners. Pellissicr names 37 French
officers killed, (16 wounded, and 17 prison
crs; 1545 private men kill and missing,
Lord Raglan is ill, and asks to be recall
ed. Gortschakoff telegraphs that the Al
lies which had crossed the Tehernaya had
returned to the left bank of the river.
Pelissier telegraphs: "Crimea. 2Oth--No
thing now. We are pushing our approaches
agaiust the Malakofftower and hastenig
the construction of a battery which will
complete the investment of the port; also
drawing closer with our left attack."
The Russians continue to repair the dam
ages done during the last attack. The Al
lied fleets in the Baltic have bombarded
Sweaborge and Ilanjo.
There were mainy rumors circulating in
Paris regarding the defeat on the 18th.
One of these attributes it to the British
comnanding officers; lirst, in not passing
the fascines which had been provided fbor
filling up the Redan; and secondly, in not
having immediately apprised the French
-omnma.nder that they would necessarily re
The British, on the other side, say that
they took the Redan but could not hold it,
hecause the French failed to silence the Mal
FourlmsN Nei.ws.--A dispatch to the Lon
don lerahl- says that in the attack which
took place. as already fnnonun(ced, on the
18th ult., the British ca:rried the outworks
of the Redon tower, but found that beyond
them the Russians had preplared a deep
trench which it was impossible for them to
pass without either scaling ladders or
planks. The gallant band of assailants
were exposed to a nmost murderous fire, and
after sustaining a loss of between 4,000
and 5,000 men and forty oflicers, retired.
The casualties were much augmented by
.the effect of the guns of the Malakoff tow
er, which engaged the outworks of the Re
dan, in addition to which tlhe Russian men
of war in the harbor were laid brtoadside
and their fire on the retiring troops caused
fearful havoc, there being no cover or shel
ter whatever friom the storm of projectiles.
A TRUE AMERICAN MEECTING.
A few days after the Virginia clection a
mass meeting was held in St. Mary's county,
Maryland, to congratulate the country on
the firmness and nobility which the guallant
Democracy of Virginia had displayed.--
The meeting commenced by declaring ilrst
that much as Northern Abolitionism was
to be dreaded, that "successful Know Noth
ingism was still more d~arming"-the former
would divide our country but "the latter
would make our country not worth dividing."
Then the two portions of the meeting
the Protestant and the Catholic--divided,
and each separately passed the following
resolutions, to which*we call attention:
Resolved by the Protestant portion of this
assembly, That, kn#w'ing their general worth
as men, and patriotism as citizens, to be in
every respect, fully equal to our own, we
do most solemnly pledge ourselves to our
Roman Catholic brethren, whether Whigs
or Democrats, indignantly to frown upon
and manfully to contend against all and
every attempt to deprive them of the civil
and religious rights which are secured to
all by the constitution.
Resolved by the Roman Catholic portion of
this assembly, That we do most cordially re
ciprocate the kiud and brotherly sentiments
expressed in the resolution just p)assed by
our Protestant brethren. Acknowledging
no higher allegiance on this earth than that,
which binds us to our beloved country, we
can, and we will stand shoulder to shoulder
with :all her patriotic children in resisting
her foreign enemies, or in protecting the.
constitutional rights of all her citizens frotm
assaults of domestic f.es.
N EI: A)VERTISEMENTS.
DJu. G. 11. SCHOFIELD,
LATE OF BAYOU SARA.
)ESlPECTIFIILLY tender his proflessilonal sernl
IL CeS to heI Ihlic. Ofilce at lieech,no & Co's
(late lSdler ') JtrugStore,. leslience in tlh huse(
tfrmtrly occupicd by ,M. lJlooml, lnorth of the MlthI,
dist Church, (lliton, La. jy 14
J!-frThe uudtrmigned. citizens of \\'.et Feliclinn,
certify that we hlve known Dr. U i.nssT A. Sc.uol u,:.
for many years, while practisling as a l'hysiclnn and
Hurgeol In said Parish, and reocmlnunuu.l him to the
citizens of East Feliciana. (where we understand he
has located,) as such. believinig hih well qualified.
Bayou Sarn. July Gth. 18:,5
Jas. It. Marks, John II. Stannard,
L. D. Brower, Wm. II. 'ackll,
John II. llenshaw, C. E. Ilosa,
D. W. C. Jones, Sanl. J. Powell,
James W. Robinson J. II. Wederstranudt,
Charles Stoer, Jackson Mosley,
John Whiteman, Edwin Leet,
N. Lartigue, Louis E. Turner,
Wm. Enders, David Castle,
Janues 1'. larper, Cad. Blrodenax,
David Austin, It. C. Wederstrandt.
lT E best kind of pure white wine Vinegar; to be
Iprocured of BEECIIENO & Co.
jy 14 (l.ate Sadler'e,) Brick Row.
0 LBS. E. T. Rhubarb,, and 20 Turkey do, just
..U received and for sale by 1. N. LEMON.
30 L.BS. Epsom Salils of the ihest iquality, for
s e,, by I. N. LEMON.
S5 . 11. Sulphur and Brimstone, just received
.t. a.nd for sale Iy I. N. LEMON.
2 ýLIBS. Turkey Opilum, first quality. just received
. i and for sah by I. N. LEMON.
* IIYZ. Ilussell's, Clark & Cu's, genuine Cod Liver
SOil. for sal' by I. N. LEMON.
FIUESII SOD() A WATER.
H AV' IN procured the necessary fixtures, and made
urrangelellnt for receiving regularly, fountains
of lr, eih Soda Water. the Nume, wllh such Syrups as
imay lie desired, can be procured of
jy 7 11. 8. BEECIIENO & CO.
T IIE co-partnershi1p of H .AnIws & DElAnuo.x,
. is dissolved by mutual consent, M. Ilarriu
withdrawilg from the firm.
Those indebted, will please come forward
and settle, as tlhe outstanding business must
be closed without delay.
The business will be eolnduted at the same
store by J. G. DIEAIMOND , who wlil carry
out business arrangcements made with 11. & D.
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
will constantly be kept on hand, at the lowest
Clinton prices. The purchasing arraugements
being the same, enables the advertiser to
offer great inducements to cash dealers, who
are respectfully invited to.p;ice and examine
articlcs before lpurclasing elsewhere.
Cash advanm es will be made on Cotton con
signed to Mieajah Harris, 58 Gravier street,
New )lhcanis. jy 7
J. G. I)EAIMOND.
Sucoessor to HARRIS & DeABMOND.
I AS on lha(d, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Hums,
l do. sugar cured, Corn Belf, Molasses,
3hess Pork. Soap, Cutlery,
Salt, 'l'olacco, WVoodware,
A xs, Cigars, Crockery,
do handles, (Gunpowder, Glassware,
Cow Inas, Shot, Tinware,
Oils, Pickles, Brooms,
Yeast powders,Spices, Hoes,
Coffee, Starch, Spades, shovels
Teas, Sal soda, Trace chains,
Sugar, brown Nails, Porter, London
do crushed Well rope, Vinegar,
Rice, do buckets. Wines, uss'd
C(ndles, Wash boards, Fruits, presv'd.
Lime & cemenit Castings,
Domestics, culicoes. blankets, linseys, hay and
BAGGINC(, ROPE, AND TWINE
L.TIou 1s, i1assorted; anild mllllly other articles.
In flict, a general assortment of sulch articlos,
us are usiially filand in such houses, to which
atteiition is pailrticularly invited,
'l(erlms Ileing strictlly iisli, prices will be pro
portionately low. Addlitional fresh supplies
will ,b receivedi weekl.ly. jy 7
J OH N R. T)U F RO C Q.
GENERAL AGENT & AUCTIONEER,
BATON IRO()UGE, LA.
\V ILL tlt tend to los;1tilg ,books, drawing alld1
collectilln. acounts, writing cllenses, dc l:"'s,
&~. Also any Iutsine.es to be transaeted willt
the Slale Gori'rnmnrnti, redeeming Luiand.s ft~feit
ed /fr 'l.r.res, ,-e.
Orders left with J. B. Sans, J. P., will be
prompltly attended to. a 21
Olive Lodge, No, 52, A. Y. M.
) MEETS EVIItY SATUItl)AY, on, or prece,
ding or, tile Full Moon, ut their Lodge room,
-- In the Sturgves Ilui hlili g.
OH ecS:u:- (;. \V. 110NI)AY, IV.-. M.'.
1i. 11. I'ETTISS, J.'. W.*.
Villting Ilrethr'Lr are respectfully invited to at
tend. Ily order:
mar 24 WM. II. O'REILLY, &.credary.
Gold and Silver Speotaoles,
A 11n LI, SELECTED no d superior as
vr wtJ; rrtlrlerll of oldl, sliver, turdl Steell
'inriLmd Splettaucle so Slt all uges, cohnetaLnly on
hand, and for 1dle by
a 41 W.M. SADTLER. Brick Rlow.
r0 A J4JS. Iluec Mass, waurratnted onc-tlird MeIrcuy
J uj jut r~ecl aed und for inale Iby 1- N. I l'Ei(IN.
Ill Eit.AN'ti l'AT'EN'rT TIIL , andi ruptiire
ititimedy. tiltoit Ibracre, lace and Ma-tic ubolouti
hnal mipprtler, botly bIracc, &c., for alae by
a 28 LANE WOWV11iY& I'fihON.
(UI)C1;1IIF> & 1&JPOVISIONS.
O N band, ad fio rsale, a flne asoortmneot of (h-eu
ore-iesanod i'rovicions, %%be viici bille enold low. ino'
Cash. , W M . (Wi'iNEY',
WINES, CORf1:fALS, & LJQUOIM.
I ('1 .1, 00111 exameuic e rh euboulber's stool. oftWines,
Ul ordlais, turd iquoturs. WI. El1NRY.
;23i'UNN, ten and tblde. J10 'u lviJ by
J, 1NAUMALN .fSiiit,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
TIFE UNDEltSIGNED, begs to inform his
Sfrienlds, and the illhbiitants of East Fell
eihan, gen.irally, that lie has disposed of his
stock of D)rngsnnud Chemicals, Proprietary, and
other Midiicies, to Messrs. hliCCllENnF & BAR
TON, 1nd from Mr.. eliehePno's (quIlllflations
anll rfcrenlices, as an Apotheeary, feels great
pleiisuire to recommend him to the notice of his
late suppaorters. WM. SAD.ILER.
Clinton, Jane 10, 1855.
Thie undersigned take the opportunity of
informing the planters and inhaditants of East
East Feliciana, genenrlly, that the
heretofore carried on by Mr. Wm. Sadler, has
been purchased by them, and will now be con
ducted under the style of HENRY S. BEE
CIIENO & Co.
The stock of Drugs and Chemicals will be
entirely overhauled and replenished, every ar
ticle sent from the store labelel and well wrap
pel, and guaranteed to be of the purest and
The store will not be left night or day, and
especial attention and care will be paid to
Physician's prescriptionls, in the displensing of
which Mr. lleeeheiio has had a great (leal of
experience for many years.
Every article usually kept by Druggists,
will be sold here, an enumeration or list of
which is unnecessary, because should any thing
be asked for, not in our stock, it can be procu
red at a few days notice, as II. B. & Co, will
tie receiving packages froiim New Orleans and
the North all the timie,
j23 _ IIIhNRY S. IIEECIIENO & Co.
Gold Mine Discovered in Clinton.
COMLE AND SEE
DIRECT' I'OM IIRADQITARTERtIm
NAUMAN & STRAUSS,
DEALERS in Fine Watches, Jew
11 edry, Books, Stationery, and Fancy
Invite the attention of the people of Clinton,
and vicinity, and the ladies especially ,to their
new and well selected stock of goods.
WATCHES, JEWEiLRY, &c. COmprising T. T.
Cooper, Tobias, and real Joseph Johnson
movements; Swiss and English Levers, to
gether with a splendid stock of Eastern
JEWELRY, of the latest style and hest finish,
SILVER k P1LATEI)D WARE, all descriptions.
TOILET AITICLES ; Perfuinery, Hair Oil, P-o
inatum, Fancy Soap and Extracts, direct from
WoRK BOXES, Port Monnaics, Fine Pocket,
CARD CASES; silver, pearl, and shell.
RAzoRs & KNIVEs, Rogers' best brand.
BOOKS, consisting of standard and miseella
Scuooi Bools, reconmmended for their high
and instructive characeter.
l'o)EMs, of Aimerican anid British authors.
Novi.s, latest and best published, with at
grceat variety of other interesting reading.
iMtusic; a life lot of sheet music, emlbracing
pieces from the most giftedl composers.
We have. suitable arrangemenets to procure
oooks, so that orders left with us will be
*D Watchies and Jewelry carefully repair
ed by the best of workmen, atnd warrnated.
We solicit a share of the public patronage,
feeling convinced we shall be able to give cn
W&-All articles sold, warranted as repre
sented, or the money refunded.
C Sign of the 1110 WATCII, east of the
'Public Square, oplposite the Post (O e.
je 9 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
Saddle, Bridle, and Harness MIanufactory
Nr S. Lo(1 ) \i S, .
North side of the Public Square.
W OULD respellfully inilori his patroons and
the publi in g.ei.ral, that he hs just re
ecivedi a hIge 'ald well selected . aul ssortenlcut of
LEATIIl ER, JI .IV)WARAE, &c.
suilall for the imnnluacture o ally ail every
article Illt may be wanted or called for in hisl
line of IiiiOCess : via.
SAJ)DLE4, BItIJ)LES, HARNESS, &c.
H[is stock of Letal hr has been seleccted with
greet care, and is of the best quality.
'The Saddlery IIr, leware is direct from New
York, aid is of the latest style and pattern.
With comlpetent iand experienced worknlen
to maueufiacture this material, he hopes to give
perfect satisfa'ction, aid will warrant all work,
both as to quality and executiou.
lfry CALL AN]) EXAMINE. "it
I ea fIu'rnish phIntere with IL superlior ari
cle of leather for sawing gill ha;mtls.
N. B. All openl ieconlts must be settled
on the Ilt of Novclmr. Jo .t1
RUINAWAY Olt STOLEN,
O N MONI)AY, *Jmuzn 25, 1855, from
the r(esi'lencc of the late Mr. A Ibhott,
where I low resile, it neglro boy Ilamed
said lboy is about live feet, ono inch in height,
and about 32 years of agel, chunky form, is slow
spoken in his speechL, took with himi two Mack
iw blakets, 'I'The said boy is mortgageud to
the ('lintlon Iad I'ort lludson Rail Road (o.
25 dollhrs reward will be paid fort his Ilprc
hInsion and delivery to thi undersigned, or phla
cdi in any jail where I caln procure him.
je :10 If. (iA Y.
il. lion lt 'i hhtchllhh:', lee ll apl i l
- IN ISll4KS M1lhllitt, e-lue, &u., jout re
'18. LAN( Cl Iulju ally\V TIl Y & TIIJ)CN.
TIHE STATE OF LOUISIANA, I Seventh DistrTot
PAursA or PAsT mPLCIuAA. Court. No. n2.
In the matter or the saeoession of Parthenla C.
PURSUANT to an order to me directed
from the Seventh District Court, I' will of
for for sale at public auction in the town of
THURSDAY, JULY 26th 1865.
at the hour of 11 o'clock, A. M., the follow
ing named property, appertaining to said suc
cession to wit:
THE HOUSE AND LOT,
known as the last residence of the deceased.
Also: at the same time and place, a lot of
Household and Kitchen furniture.
TERMS or SALE.
The real estate, one third of the purchase
price, cash; the balance on a credit of Twelve
months from day of sale with eight per cent
interest from said date, to be secured by two
good and solvent sureties, and a special mort
gage to be retained on the property.
The personal property for all sums of twen
ty dollars and less, cash--for all sums over
twenty dollars, a credit of twelve months, with
eight per cent interest from day of sale, and
to be secured by two good and solvent sureties.
G. W. CATLETT,
DESIRABLE TOWN RESIDENCE
For Sale or for Rent,
M Y FAMILY RESIDENCE in the town
of Clinton, in which I am now living, in
eluding the entire premises, lot, dwelling house,
kitchen, store-rooms, carriage houses, stables,
cribs, and flower and kitchen gardens, besides
all other appurtenances necessary and conveni
cut for a comfortable family residence.
The lot is situated just near enough to the
public squure to be both convenient and re
tired; measures seventy-five feet front by three
hundred back, bounded on the east, north and
south by a public street, and on the west by
the residence of D. Q IHardee, Esqr.
The dwelling house is two stories high, is
large and airy, raised several feet off of the
ground, to admit the free passage of air under
neath. It contains eight large rooms, four
above, and four below; four measures eighteen
feet pquare, and four are seventeen by eighteen.
There are also two large halls, one above, and
one below stairs. Also two balconies, both on
the upper story, one in front, the other in the
rear of the house, with a piazza on the lower
story, fronting'the street.
This house was built for a family residence,
and every attention was paid to the construc
tion of every portion of it, with a view to beau
ty of structure, comfort and health. No resi
dence can be found in the Parish surpassing it
in these particulars.
The kitchen is large and commodious, con
taining four extra rooms.
There is a most excellent well on the prem
ises, lffording water in good quantities, amply
sufficient for all family plurposes.
'The entire establishment built in the fall of
1853, is entirely new and in an admirable state
I will also sell all my kitchen and household
furniture, comprising: sofas, chairs, tables, win
dow curtains, of fine quality, selected for my
own use, &e. &c., on the most reasonable terms,
antd in lots to suit the purchnser.
The house and fixtures are insured to the 7th
of May, 1856. The purchaser will have the
benelit of the insurance. A. LEVI.
For further particulars inquire at the store of
je9 A. LEVI, BLOOM, & CO.
Importer, ild Wh\oleh.l. anud Retail Doealor in
Watohes, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, l'PSTOLS, & FANCY GOODS,
NO. 05 CANAL STREET,.
N. I. WautcheL and Jewelry carefully repaired. a14
). 1'. LAN(GWU'rl'IY. (1855.] NoRWOOI)TILI)ON.
LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
Druggists and Apotheoaries,
AND I) ,ALKl IN
BOOKS ANI) STATIONERY.
A WEIL eleccted usssortment of Perfumeo
Sry, Toys, and Fancy (oods.
Music and Musical Instrunnents.
I'niuts, Oil, Lcad, and Varnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fine Cutlery, Razors, and Soap.
a~.Sco Advertisement on fourth page.
a14 IJICII(1 0 ROW--CLINTN, LA.
WORMIVS, MEYER & Co.
II AVE recently removed from their old stand,
I to the storo formerly occupied by M.
Bl.oooM, where they keel, consJltantly on hand, a
complete tassortlI(ment of
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
CLOTIIING, BOOTH, IhOES, HfATS,
IIAlDWAItE, CitOCKEltGIROIEIIIs, &c0.
They are now well situated to offer every
facility in their line of business and accommo
date those who may favor them with a call.
a 28 8-y
MILLS, CLEVELAND, & Co.
Provision and Grooery Store,
1) ESPEC'TFULJLY inform their friends and
L the trading public, that they have on hand
it large anld( complete stork of
(GROCElUES & PROVISIONS,
together with it well sulocted assortment of
Dry (.oods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
aid inl fhit every articlo in demand, for Family
or Plantation IIe.
'They aire prepared to Inmake adlvaeces on
Cottonl cosllignlle to OAKEY & HAWKINS,
randl to alrforll all the facililics usual in their
liLe of "lusillnsi,, a1. 4
HOTELS,--STA E UN !
Corner Of Qomaaon nd 0O. mta,
bSPricg vodbo.4 to ,tb old St~mderil
6 14 JOHNZ GALPfl, PropUitso.
The Union Kote l.
-. 3. CORIlB or Yas PfBtLIC sQUAi
HTAVING thorogbhly repaired ed refhat
t nished this populr and well known bhes,'
the undersigned are prepared to rec0ive Bord.
errand entertain tVrallera. Their table Will
be fmrnshed with the best the market oats e
ford, and nopehu or exertion will be spared
to ae p anad emomodat theae who mas
rfavor them wt their ptoa.
Connected with the Rol is a large and
roomy stable. Every atteMWn mll be paid to
Horses placed at livery.
Horses, BEgi, and O . b hir.
•l ,._..wa..]. - ...,os..
The Kill1tin lou oe.
N. W. 00oNER or 0T PUBiC SoQUWIA
OLINTOK , Li,
THIS well known eteblblnet is mow pa
1 for the reeption of Boarder and %he **
commodation of Tmrellr. The Hou ha
undergone a thorough renovation, and Ii nw,
in complete order, and the proietor willspa.e
neither pains or money In rende.r It a de.-.
rable retreat for all who may ara-him with s
There is a large and commodtous STABLi
attached to the premises, and mtod and attran
tive grooms. BVA~ B VRlWIT. .
Clinton and Baton Romue Dab ly w (I
SHAVING resumed the mage
ment of the Mail Stage L
tween Chlito, Bateo Rouge, and Jc ,
the undersigned would respectfully inform tb~
travelling public that his Coaches will Itb
each way, EVE1Y DAY'IN THE WERE,
excepting Sundaysl leaving Clinton and Batone
Rouge, gt 9 o'clockt, A.x.
From Clinton to Fram Baton Rouge, to
Baton Rouge, ..$8 00 Clinton, ......8 00
Jackson,...... 1 00 Jackson...... 2 50
Mt. Willing,... 2 00 Mt. Willing,.. 2 00
Plains ....... 2 50 Plains, ....... 1 60
IL.Bvery attention paid to tbe comfort and
convenience of passengers.
mar 34 WM. ELDER.
DIssoluUon of Co-partnership.
SIIEH co-partnership heretofore existing be.
Itween Thomas J. Worsham, and James ..
Dixon, in the Hotel bnsiness in Olinton, was
dissolved by mutual consent on the 26th April
Thomas J. Worsham will oontinue the busl
ness on his own account, and respectfmby so.
cits a continuance of the patronage of the pub*
lic. THOMAS J. WORISHAM,
in 8 JAMES M. DIXON.
THE UNION HOTEL FOR SALE.
t THOSE fine buildings which have been
recently repaired and put in complete or
der, are now offered for sale.
The buildings are spacious and well fitted
for the Hotel business, being central in their
location, and also provided with every neces
sary convenience for carrying on the businea
A large and commodious stable, good wel),
and all requisite appurtenances are on the pro
For terms, apply at the Hotel, or to.
may 5 JAMES M. DIXON.
ALL persons indebted to the late firm o,,
BAmIRsrALna & Co., are requested toº
make immediate payment to the undersigned,
who alone is authoried to collect the same.
mny 6 WM. SADLE.L
ICE! ICEI!! ICEIII IICE!!!!
THE saubsorlber Is now reoelving a regular spupl
I of this neeoossary and indispensable article . Y
Is prepared to furnish the same to famillls, and l
other wantfng the same.
h I/ o CRanK AND Icr LEom.mD, to be had at
his store.. M. IEYMANN.
FlASHION AND FAMINE, by Mrs. S8
Mammon, or the hardshlls of an Helsess, by
Grace Aguilar's works,
Fudge Doings, by Ike Marvel;
Botany of the southern states, by Darby,
Kame's elements of criticism,
Life of Sam. lousten.
Odd Fellows manual, do Offering.
jeu NAUMAN & 8TRAAUS..
10 -b. suphate Q uiine, Just reonived ao fr
rale by I. N. LEMON.
if GALS. Pure cold pressed Castor Oil, for
I.U sale by I. N. LEMON.
25 LB. Galomel, warranted, for sale by
jel6 I. N. LEMON.
THE undersigned has the following vasletee of tle
most delloious syrups, viz.
VANILLA, ORANGE, LEMON, GYOGER, BAN.A.
NA, PEAR, Ir6. te.
whieb be offers at a lower rate than any eterlhouse.
and In quanlities to salt the buyer.
Jo 2 WM. GURNEY.
A LOT of new Novels and standard Books, Juop
opened and for sale by
28 LANG WORTHY & TILDON.
WOR1K BOXES, hbavlingcaes, razors, razor stroap
puff boxes, &c., for sale by
a 28 LANGWORTIJY & TILDON.
IF OR SALE, by the subscriber, the celebrated Gin
,I' gor Birandy, an excellentstomachlo, and for pel
sons ullleted with the Dyspepsla, it is invaluable.
je 9 WM. GURNEY.