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Cauronau.--The Judge of the United States Dis
trict Court of California has decreed, in accordance
with the late decision or the Supreme Court of the
United States, sustaining the validity of the land
claim of Colonel Fremont, that the ten squaro
leagues shall be surveyed to him in one entire tract.
On the smoe day, June 27th, the Crus Cervantes
claim for twtfquare leagues In Monterey county
The Democratic State Convention of California
met at Sacramento. June 27th. Much harmony
sems to have attended their proceedings. Strong
Anti K. N. resolutions were unanimously adopted.
The following item Is extracted from their second
Governor Bigler has been nominated, the Demo
eratic candidate for Governor.
GENERAL JACKSON'S ADOPD SBO.N.-The. Nashville
Union states that Major Andrew Jackson, the adopted
en and her f Gea. Jateson, is priere Beeretary during
aportion of his administration, and the present occu
pant of the Hermitage, is a frm and consistent
Democrat, and atterly opposed to Know Nothingilm
in all its features. Thi is also the position of all
the family connexions of Gen. Jackson, in Tennessee,
who have over been Democrats, with the exception
of Major Donelson. The same paper says of another
Major Andrew J. Donelson is the brother in aw oqf
the Know Nothing candidate/or Governor q this State,
and has not been successful in applications for office
to this administration. lie has not a balf a feather's
weight of influence in Tennessee, and it Is under
stood that he has just been defeated for the Know:
Nothing nomination for the Legislature in this coun
ty. This explanation may be useful at a distance.
"The offilee should seek the man, and not the man
the oflco."--Know NoUd platfornm.
What Is this, but what the New York Herald calls
"clap-trap twaddle, to deceive the people." If we
are to judge from the lights before us, we should
say it is preaching one thing and practicing anoth
er. To begin with the office of President, how ma
ny know nothings are seeking that? We hear of
them all over the country. From one end of the
unlon to the other, individuals are known to be de
sirous of the nomination, George Law of New York,
Sam Houston of Texas, Judge Conrad of Philadel
phia, Commodore Stockton of New Jersey, are among
them. In our own state, In this congressional dis
trict, yes even in this parish we have a beautiful il.
lustration of the oMce seeking the man, Instead of
the man the offce. In this parish, there are sever
al candidates seeking the different offces, most all
of whom, belong to the know nothing order. Five
or six sought the nomination for Congress, from this
district, we are told, and not a few, would like the
nomination for Judge, to supply the place of Judge
Merrick, in this judicial district. who has been cho
son Chief Justice of the state. So we have practice
against precept. The office will seldom seek the
:tan, however loudly our know nothing brethren
may preach to that effect. Their practice will he
t4-The following noble sentiment was given by
*,nator Douglas. at acelebration in Chicago, of the
"Sons of Maryland," at which he was a n invited
Tu'i DECLAILrAbON or INoerexNLs ce, the Old Tes
tanent; the Constitution of the Unitcd States, the
Now Testament ,of our political faith.
Tur. I)IVwei(acjs a.-The Mur'lreesboro' (Tennessee)
News thus forcibly states the case:
" When a man of foreign birth becomes a citizen
of the Unlit.d States, he takes an oath to support the
con.titution. When one who is anl American by
birth, joins the know nothings he takes an oath to
'ppo.." that countitution. That is the difercence be
twcen the two."
2'Whcn a know nothing, is accidentally elcctcd
Jutdg. his party exult over the victory. When n can
did:tte for magistrate is defeated, they " are oppo
sed to make a party question of such election."'
From the Phwanlx Ledger.
BARBECUE AT VWIITAKER's SPRINGS.
The Democrats of this Parish gave a Bar
becue at Whitakor's Springs, on Thursday
last, which was well attended by a large
assemblage of Democrats from the Piney
Woods and vicinity--we suppose there could
not.have been less than five hundred per
sons in atteunance, though some say there
were at least a thousand. lion. Cyrus
Ratliff brought the meeting to order by
proposing Mr. Win. Ruflin Barrow as Pres
ident, Dr. L. Fairfax Dashiell and W. L.
Swayze, as Vice Presidents, Jas. R. Marks
and Jas. F. Blackman as Secretaries, as
oflicers of said meeting. Speeches were
made by I-oun. Thos. Green Davidson, A.
S. Herron, and Dr Bard, before dinner.
After which Gen. R. C. Wickliffeand Hon.
E. W. Moise, who had just arrived,address.
ed them. The day was all that we could
have wished, had not the rain, which for a
time poured down in torrents somewhat
impaired the general hilarity of the occa
We noticed, among those who were pros
ent, Mr. Preston Pond, the Know Noth
ign nominee for Congress of this District.
It was understood, by several Democrats,
that this standard-bearer of the dark lan
ternites wished to discuss the topics of the
day; whereupon, our worthy candidate for
Governor, immediately rose in his seat and
cordially and courteously annonunced to
the assemblage that Mr. Poud should have
a "showing" and that the Democratic nom
inee for Attorney General, Mr. E. W.
Moise, would be glad to meet him on these
questions. .Mr, P. politely declined the invi
Z~'PThe largest apple we have known
to be grown in this State was sent to us
yesterday morning by Mr. John E. Carson,
who raised it in his garden, about half a
mile abovtl'ie town. It measures four
teen inches in circumference, weighs a pound,
and in appearance. smell, &e., is a convinc
ing proof that with proper training and
care the finest quality of apples can be pro
duced in this climate. We should like to
see more attention paid to the cultivation
of the apple generally; for among the fam
ily of fruits there are few, if any, more pal
atable, and certainly none of more varied
usefulness for domestic purpose. Planter's
From bthU, .. & . Jruy tri ,. Americen.
HOW PERFECTLY SINCERE.
We call the attention of our anti-Ne
braska abolition friends in this state, who
spit upon the southern know nothing plat
form so indignantly, to the following ad
mission made by Henry Wilson, of Massa
chusetts, their leader and idol:
" It was the aim and desire of the .Massa
chusetts deegation to avid the question of
This, we understand, was also the"aims"
of the New Jersey delegates to the know
nothing convention. The know nothing
press of Now Jersey are crying their eyes
out because they did not accomplish this
very desirable "aim." Indeed, the whole
object of the convention was to let every
thing alone-to avoid the avowal of any
principles whatever, except the clap-traps
about " Americans ruling America," (the
reverse of which never has and never will
exist,) and some terrible high-sounding
words about Pope's bulls and "open Bi
bles l" (The Bible would, indeed, be a
sealed book if it was read no oftener than
by know nothings.) The whole brood were
willing to say, "There is no north;" thus
admitting all the noise and confusion about
the Nebraska bill was only got up to re
vive the federal know nothing party and
give it a foothold for the offices. This was
the "aim." For this they were willing to
sleep with the slaves and their masters in
the south; to forget the horrors of the slave
traffic for the sake of getting their fingers
into the treasury, like the Galphinists un
der the last federal administration. How
very humane, patriotic, and sincere I
fie-We learn from the New Orleans
Delta, that ex Senator Foote, late of Miss
issippi, now of California, has connected
himself with the Know Nothing party in
the latter State. This is just wl at we ex
pected to hear. Ihlr. Foote has lost the
confidence and respect of the old parties,
and he attempts to take position in the
new one as a matter of self-defence. lie
finds himself in an extremity to which many
a gamester has been reduced-one in which
he may win and cannot possible lose by a
"hazard of the die."
The Know Nothings will scarcely add
any thing to their strength by the ancession
of ex-Senator Foote. As a politician, lhe
has been consistent only in Inconsistenec,
and successful only in acquiring an ephen;
eral notoriety. It is donbtful whether he
can influence a single voteria the Southern
"HIere is my note at four months," said
a delinquent boarder to a landlord, an aged
"Can't you give me an endorser on it?"
asked the lundlord. The drawer of the
note answered in the affirmative, and nc
cordingly went out to look, as lie said, "for
a rider., A'ft(r no great while he returned
and p)resented to his host the paler, willth
the name of his friend written in large let
ters across the back. The landlord seized
it, and on observing the outside inscription,
exclaimed, with Ilibernian emlphasis, "In
the name of America and St. Patrick, was'nt
the paper bad enough without this endors
In all kindness we would ask, is not
Know Nothing paper " bad enough" with
out the endorsement of ex-Senator Foote?--
A FINE I'LANTATION FOR SALE.
I AM now offiring for sale, the Tract of
Laud, on which I reside, (known as Robin's
Station,) situated in the Parish of East FeI`.
ciina, La., eight miles from Clinton, on the
Clinton and East Feliciana Rail Road, toon.
taining eight hundred and eighty acres. Two
hundred and fifty open, the most of which is
fresh and in a fine state for cultivation. The
place is well improved, lhavilng a comfortable
Dwelling, good (in and Mill, andll nil necessa
ry out buildings, and is well watered.
aug 4 TIIOS. W. ROBINS.
NEW BOOKS 1
Julia Tremaine, Common place book,
Leatvos from a Family Journal,
star Papers, My lBrother's Keeper,
Two Guardiana, Winkles,
Just reccived at
aug 4 LANGWORTIIY & TILDON'S.
OUR made from new vht aht, 'jnst recolved and
r rFalhe by J. G. JDEAIAMON)D.
A LOT of llavana Cigars, received last night, by
II. f. IIEECIIENO & Co.
aug , (Late Sadler's.)
THEI STATE OF LOUISIANA, I Seventh Elstrict
PAmsui o' F.*er E..IECICNA. Court. No. 23-4!.,
NOTICE IS lllEREBY GIVEN, that W. B. Rourk
NI has applied for letters of adminilstration on the
estate of Wesley Itourk. deceased, which will be
granted In ten days after the publication of this no
tice, unless legal opposition be ilade thereto.
nau I II. SKII'W'ITII, Clerk.
1)Ul. Hiotr l'N, Clark & Co's, genuine Cod Liver
SOil. for sale by I, N. LEMION.
A N excellent stomaohic and tonloe for ale by
. aug 4 LANGWQRTIIY & TILDoN.
AFRESH suppl of pure Liquors, for medicinal
uses, just recoeved and fMr ale by
nug 4 LANGWORTHY & TILDON.
.1A LB8. Sulphur sand brimstonoT, just received
e and for sale by IN. LEMON.
4) Di)OZ. metallic and gless Syringes, of all sszes,
4 for vale by I. N. LEMON.
DOZ. Shoulder Braces, new and superior style,
Sfor sale by I. N. LEMON.
2 DOZ. Trusses, of all sies and sorts for sale
't by " 1. N. LIMON.
SOZ. Jordan's s perir Lemon srupor ale
6 DOZ. Lime Jules, best quality, for sale by
I. N. LEMON.
FOR SALE, by the subscriber, the celebratod Gin:
I'ger Brandy, an excellent stomachic, and for per
ons afflicted with the Dyspepsia, it is valuable.
Jet WM. GURNEY.
if GALS. Pure cold prescd Castor OiTo
L0U sale by I. ILLEMOi.
W lI. blue Mass, warranted one-third Mercury
JU just received and for sale by I. N. LEMON.
SIIERMAN'S PATENT TRUSSES, and rupture
3 remedy, shoulder braces, lace and elastic abdom
inal supporters, body braces, &c., for salo by
a 28 LANGWORTHIY& TII.DON.
CLINTON BRANCH RAIL ROAD.
TJlIE undersigned, friends of the proposed
h Rail Road connection between the Town
of Clinton, and the New Orleans, Jackson,
and Great Western Rail Road, earnestly solicit
the friends of the contemplated improvement,
to meet them in the Court House, in the town
of Clinton, on the
11th DAY OF AUGUST NEXT
at 11 o'clock, A. N., to devise the ways uad
means for commencing and carrying through
a work so much needed.
J. R. Jackson, S. Horton,
W. H. Cobb, G. H. Packwood,
E" Story. H. B. Gay,
D. Barfleld, Wm. Sadler,
I). C. Hlardee, C. H. Porter,
G. A. Neafus, Isaac N. DeLee,
B. F. Hamilton, Preston Pond, Jr.,
F. Hardesty, I. A. Donnelly,
James H. Myers, Peter G, Quinn,
John Shelton, E. C. Norwood,
Ira McCoy, John Nettles,
Win. Silliman, R. F. Lucas,
O. P. Langworthy, John L. DeLee,
Edward Delony, T. II. W. Baynard,
E. Rogillio, B. W. Fauver,
Julnes F. Worsham,G. W. Flenuiken,
WV. W. Chapman, P. G. Kerby,
C. W. Ober, G. W. Somers,
Jus. O. Fuqua, 4. E. D. Craig,
Frank & Poole, A. B. McKie,
T. F. DeArmond, J. F. George,
J. G. DeArmond, W. G. McElwee,
Isaac N. Lemon, C. T. Dunn,
Win. H. O'Reilly, W. Edgar Walker,
II. B. Chase, John R. Bell,
C. M. Smith, John P. Haney,
Seymour Taylor, Naumann & Strauss,
G. W. Reese, John Dunbar,
Jas. W. Haygood, A. Schlhnker,
F. II. Hatch, Rufus Brooks,
I. G. Gayden, ' I. T. Flynn,
John F. Overton, l. A. Jackson,
S. J. Norwood, S. W. New.
A. T. Rowly, Wm. Gurney,
Monro Perkins, A. Levi, Bloom & Co
Norwood Tildon, Bythell Haynes,
W. Fergus Kernan, W. D. Carter,
II. S. Beecheno, John Offutt,
Henry Huwlord, A. F. Currie,
A. Meyer, William C. Tait,
A. WVormns, Sam'i Lee,
. M. lHarrell, Richardi Markham,
M. Meyer, Wm. Patterson,
James A. Campbell, Noel Norwood,
A. J. Going, Archibald Tracy,
J. II. Taylor, John East,
D. C. McMillan, R. Pelrry,
.Jmmo. M. Bill, Win. East,
E B. Pettis, E. T. Merrick,
Jas, B. Taylor, David Pipes, Sr.
B. I1. Dunn, T. B. Harris,
A. M. Ilynman, E. W. l)onneganu,
II. S. Nicholls, M. Harris,
John AM. Roberts, H. Skipwith,
J. AM. Stokes, Jas. Young.
DR. G. U. SCHOFIELD,
LATIE OF BAYOU SAliA.
J)ESPIEC'IFU'I,Y tenders his professional servi
L c(s to the public. Oflce at Bleecheno & Co's
(lute Sadler's) Drug Store. Residence in the house
formerly occupied by M. Bloom, north of the Metho
diet Church, Clinton, La. jy 14
*flThe undersigned, citizon5 of West Feliciana,
certify that we have known Dr. G.ILiBET A. ScHlorrDn.
for many years, while practising as a Physician and
Surgeoii in said Parish, and reocnmmend him to the
cltizens of East Feliciana, (where we understand he
has located ) as such, believiug him well quallifed.
ioyou IL. July 6th, 1855.
Jas. R. Marks, John II. Stannard,
L. D). Brewer, Win. I1. Iackle,
John II. llenshaw, C. E. Ilosea,
D. W. C. Jones, Saml. J. Powell,
James W. Robinson J. B. Wederstrandt,
Charles Steer, Jackson Motley,
John Whiteman, Edwin Loeet,
A. Lartlgue, Louis E. Turner,
Wm. Enders, David Castle,
James P. Harper, Cad. Brodenax,
David Austini, R. C. Wedcrstrandt,
UL(YLOTIIING, Ii At'AS, BOOTS, & SL1HOES.
T I11 LATEST ytylci of Illeat mauteril and buet
lInish, on hand and for ealo by
n 12 MILLS, UI.iV ILANI). k Co.
GltOCERJIES & PROVISIONS.
O N had, and for sale, a fine assortment of Groce
Srle anud I'rovllons, which will be sold low, for
Cash. M. GlRINNEY,
1JANO-FOITES, JtEEI) ORtANS,
IELODEONS, doiblo and single ac
1] tioll Hlhrps, can be had, on applca
tion at the _Sillimani Female Collegiate ITIT
Institute. For particulars, see tho hand l;lii1 -.
may 19 SSRENO TAYLOR.
OU are requested to appear on pnarde, on B·
urday, the r
FOURTIh DAY OF AUGUST,
at'4 o'clook, P. a., in the town of Clinton, equipped
according to law. 1ir order of
DcBo Eymo Jo0, O. 8. • 3
WMI. KERN A(lhIAN,
Importer, and Wholeoale and Ietall Dealer In
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PIISTOLS, & FANCY GOO s,
NO. 0. CANAL STREBT,.
N. B. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. a14
o. P LAXOW'RTIIY. [1855.] N.onwon )TII.DO
LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
Druggists and Apotheooaries,
AND D LALK.N IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERII Y.
A WELL selected assortment of Perfume
1. ry, Toys, and Fancy Goods.
Music and Musical instruments.
Paints, Oil, Lead, and Varnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fine Cutlery, Razors, and Sonp.
I..See Advertisement on fourth page.
a14 BRICK 1RO WH'--C.Lro, LA.
FRESIL SODA WATER.
HAVING procured the neccsanry fixtures, and made
.1 arrangements for receiving regularly, fountains
of fresh 8oda Wanter, the naume, with such Syrups as
may be desired, can Ib procureild ofr
Jy 7 11. 8. IiEECllIENO & CO.
T HE co-rnrtner.hiip of IIAlmuS & DiA nuto.n,
is dissolved by matlll consecut, M. Harris
withdrawing from the firlm.
Those indebt(d, will please come forward
and settle, as the outstanding business must
be closed without delay.
The business will be conducted at the same
store by J. O. DE~ARMOND, who wlil carry
out business arrangements made with II. & D.
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
will constantly be kept on haud, at the iowest
Clinton prices. The purchasing arrangements
being the same, enables the advertiser to
offer great indlucements to cash dealers, who
are respectfully invited to price anid examine
articles before purchasing elsewhere.
Cash advances will be made on Cotton con
signed to Micajah Ilarris, 5S8 ravier street,
New Orleansh. jy 7
J. G. D':ARMONP.
Suooessor to HARRIS & DeARMOND.
jjAS on hand, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Hlluntls,
do. sugar cured, Corn Beef, Molasses,
Mess Pork. Soaup, Cutlery,
Salt, Tobacco, Woodwoao,
Axes, Cigars, Crockery,
do handlus, Gunpowder, Glasswure,
Cow peas, Shot, Tinware,
Oils, Pickles, Brooms,
Yeast powders,Spices, Iuoes,
Coffee, Starch, Spades, shovels
'Teas, Sill soda, 'Trclie ' ins,
Sugar, brown Nails, P'orter, Lonldon
do crushed Well rope, Vinegar,
Rice, do buckets Wines, a':.i'd
Candles, Wash hoards, lFruits, lpresv'dl.
Lime & cement ,Castings,
Domestics, calicoes. blankets, linseys, hay and
BAGGING, ROPE, AND TWINE.
Ljquonus, assorted; and mnlily other articles.
In fact, a general assortmlent of such urtlMels,
as are usually founid in slilh houses, to which
attention is particularly invited,
Termsli being strictly cish, iric s awill e Ipro
portionatly low. Addilionmll fresh sulpplies
will Ie roc!, edI weekly. jy 7
JO II N It. 1)1 ' F 01 Q,
GENERAL AGENT & AUCTIONEER,
BATON lROU E, LA.
ed for Ta'tesc v, 4.r.
Orders left with .1. il. ans, J.. P., will be
promptly Lattelded(I to. I 21
Olve Lodge, No. 62, A, Y. Dl.
A 1EI EISJ IEV iIt1 SAUDY un.I' n1 Ue'
d iu of', Olii' Full Muluu, it tluihu It ildgi Iuiunl,
ill the sll gi hiihllu g.dn~
Utre»-U "V. . MLNDAY', %W.. M.".
.l.. SA. 15\ d.Ih , J.". SiV.'.
Visitin g Il b 'fl ·r1n l ire t c tf l y hiy ii i id LIt at
miiid. Ily ord.Ir:i
uu 't J _1'tI.(Illl· ' 4rrlnv
Gold and Silver Specotaules,
.---- A \Wl;iL HI:liC'I'Il. unrld uprl'r u.
vortmenlt of (;old, si"her, and ,ttel
rimmled Speclculli to hlut il ig :i, CiOulMtutlllly on
handll, and for [ ull Iry
a 41 W.M. SAlI,lI:l, Ilirl~ 1 w.
S. II. UnTLiot. N. IAnt .
BUTLI4R & LARCOIM,
PLAIN AND FANtWY IAIN'iTE1RS.
(IAtRIAUE, ROUSE, & SIGN I'kiaintg,
U rarining and Giding, Glazing,
Transparent Window Shli:tds,
China White, or orcelain F'nilih,
Paper II tinging, OrnamlinenI (tal Painting,
Masonlli unld Odd Fellow's Hilaners,
Anld all kinds of plain and faney work, done in
tihe neatest and most durable mtanu|r, and
T'hey will sill all color:, of paint, in small
quaintities, ready for u.se fl orI ;tie acommondationi
of those who ,rcf'. IUsiing it tholuseilvcs.
Store, lirst ldoor Cast O' IB. Lyons, j2
SPRtING ANI) SUMM1JEýr ( OIDH.
A LAT I 1oc!oIai n rlcu si'a III
rccfl'Cd nlIUI r salue by
I I MI LL. (1.!:Vi;ANI k Co,
25 LIUS. 'urkey Ophiumn first iI lity, just receiv·ed
.ýand rMr 1gle by I. N1. LEMON,
Corner of Common and St. harles Street.,
SiPrrlcae reduced to the old Standard.1
a 14 JOHN GALPIN, Proprietor.
The Union Hotel.
N. E. COINE R OF THE PUBLtO SQUARE,
1lAVING thoroughly repaired and i~fur
LI nished this popular and well known bae,
the undersigned are prepared to receive hard.
err and entertain Travellers. Their table will
be furnished with the beat the market can It
ford, and no pains or exertions will be spared
to please and accommodate those who may
thvor them with their patronae.
Connected with the Hotel is a large and
roomy stable. Every attention will be paid to
Horses placed at livery.
horses, Buggies, and Carriages, for Wire.
al4 WORSHAM & DIXON.
The Killian House.
N. W. CORNER OF TUB PUBLIC SQUARN.
'I' HIS well known esta lishment is now
I for the reception of Boarders and the so.
commodation of Travellrs. The House has
undergone a thorough renovation, and is now
in complete order, and the proprietor will spare
neither pains or money in rendering it a des
rable retreat for all who may favor him with a
There is a large and commodioap STABLE
alttached to the premises, and good and atteu
tive grooms. EVANS WHIT'.
Clinton and Baton Rouge Daily ine, of
HAVING resumed the manage.
mcnt of the Mail Stage Line, be
tweeu Clinton, Baton Rouge, and .Tackon,
the iudr,'iguld would respectfully inform the
travelling pullic, that his Conches will run
each way, EVIERY DAY IN THlE WEEK,
exceptinig Sundays, leaving Clinton and Baton
Rouge, at 9 o'clock, A.M.
From Clinton to Fram Baton Roue, to
Baton Rouge,.. $3 00 Clinton,......$8 00
Jackson,...... 1 00 Jackson...... 6 60
Mt. Willing,... 2 00 Mt. Willing,.. a 00
'is .......2 0 Plains, ....... 0 Plains..... 60
Is.levcry attention paid to the comfort and
conIveniences of Ipassengers.
mar 24 WM. ELDER.
WORMS, MEDER & Co.
I AVE recently removed from their old stand,
1 to the store fbrmerly occuplied by M.
1ko,,,o, where they keep constantly on hand, a
compIlete assortment of
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
CLOTHIINO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
IIARDWARIDI, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, &o.
They are now well situated to offer overy
faoility iin their line of business and aceommo.
date those who may favor them with a call.
a '28 8-y
MILLS, CLEVELAND, & Co.
Provision and Grooery Store
I ESP'E,(CTFULLY Inform their friends and
i the trading public, that they have on hand
a large and complete stock of
(UIOCERItES & PROVISIONS,
Iog.e.ther with a well selected assortment of
)ry (lods, HIats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
and ill fa.t every article in demand, for Family
or 'hlantation use.
The(y are prepared to make nadlvances on
Cotton conuill.ed to OAKEY& HAWKINS,
anti to nil'lrd all the facilities usual in their
liue Olf bsiiiess. a14
Saddle, Bridle, and Harness Manufactory
n- S. LOO MIS,
North side of the public Square.
S%/ Oi I1) respectfully inform his patrons and
1I tIhe public in general, that he has just re
ceived a large mani well selected assortment of
IEATII.IR, IIARDWARE, &c.
suitable for the manumfcture of any and every
artictle that may be wanted or called for in his
line of businelss : viz.
SAI)l)LES, HRJl))LAS, HARNESS, &c.
Hlis stock of ]Lather has been selected with
gre.,t cure, nmd is of the best quality.
The Saddlery Hardware is direct from New
York, and is of the latest style and pattern.
Wtih compmetent and experienced workmen
to ;mauul'fucture this material, he hopes to givu
perlfect xUtisflction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality and execuntion.
PA. CAILL AND EXAMINE. *Ga
I clan furnlish planters with a sutperir arti.
cle of leather for " swing gin bands.
N. B. All open accounts must be settled
on tlhe 1st of November. Jo 9
II :1 underslgued hae the following varlotles of t.
Smol t deollious syrups, viz.
V.' NILL, A,I OR.AM I EION, II INGER, DANA.
NA PI'NAl, &re. are.
which ho offers at k lower ruto than any other house,
and in quantitlus to ullt thu buyer.
.ie · WM, GURNEY.
LB I;I15. Calo,,ul, warrantud, for sale by
, iD)li I. N. LEMON.
PICKLES I! l
|II l: best kind of pure white wine Vinegar; to be
Sprocurecd ofr 1EICIIENO & Co.
jy II (lute Sadlir's,) Brick Row.
I0 lSS. E. 'T. Rlhllurb, and : Turkey do, just
u received tulnd for shle by I. N. LEMON.
300 118 pson. Salts of' the Nhe.t uatll , or
wahe, y I. NLEMON.
1 '(O1lK 1() X h S, shaving canoe, razors, razor strops
'V puln l.xer, ke., for sale by
a "2 LANGORTRY & TILDON.