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THE FELICIANA DEM IMRAT.
. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUT0PN.-STATE RIGHTS. TzlaS.-". PER TIAR.
VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY IMORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1855. I'O. 22.
Tan "PFLIOIANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub,
lushed every WnSIDATr A. I SATU.AT, at THREE
Dollars per annum, payable ln advanse. Two cop
les will be furnmlhed for FIVE DOLLARS.
AnvaTirmsnuwre inserted at One Dollar per square
(T WELVE lines or less,) for the first insertion,
and fifty cents for each subsequent one.
The Fee fbr announcing a candidate for ofice will
be TEN Dollars, payable in advance.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
JoaN MoVu,Clinton. CUAS. McVsA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & oounsellor at Law,
.RACTICEB in the Parlshes of East and West
I Follolans. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WILL attend business in East and West Feliclana
and St.Helena. a 14
JOHN fM. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OrrFcE: MAIN STREET.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
lttornies and Counsellors at Law,
USINESS entrusted to to their care will be prompt.
ly attended to.
R x.nerec.-- esers. Oakey & Hawkinsn J. 3,
Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14
IIAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
JAR. O. FUQUA. J. 0. KILDOURN
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICE In the courts of East and Weat Fellci
ana, and t. Ilelena. a 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TIE undersigned, having entered into partnership
in the practleo of their profession, will attend to
all Illnes entrusted to them in the parish of East
Aind, to any hbuiness, entrmusted to either, in the
adjacent l'arishes, tlhy will attend separately.
Oftice in Clinton, La. JAMES II, M11:SE,
a 14 1). C. IIAtlI)El.
D. B. SAMFORD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
"YII.L attend to any profePainnal business entrust
1d to him in East and West Feliciana, East
Aaton Itonige. and St. IHlena Parishes. Jeo
Justioe of the Peaoe & Notary Publio,
O)mfte na the North side of the Public Squlnr~e.
Notary Publio and Auotionoer.
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care.
(Orric : North East corner of the Public Square.
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
C ONTINUES the practice of his profession, and
V respectfully tenders his services to the citizens
of Clinton and vicinity,. a 14
DL. C. H. PORTER,
DESPECTFULLY offers his profeslsonal scrvices
to the citizens of Clinton, and its vlclnity.
He can always be found, when not professionally
engaged, at the Drug Store of Wm. Sadler, on Brick
_ow. a 14
E. L. HAYGOOD,
PROMPT attention will be Liven to the sale of
Real Estate and Personal Property within the
Parish of East Fellelana. Office, in Clinton. a 14
april 14 JACKSON, Li.
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 GIRAVIER STREET,
SEG to offer their services to Planters and Mer
chants, and promise attention and promptness to
all consignments entrusted to their care. a 14
Cotton Faotor k Commission Merchant,
No. 68 GRAVIER STREET,
. M. DALET. E. E. A. TALLARIE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commission k Forwarding Merohants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
67 Tchoupitoulsa Street,
CHARTER OF THE
Clinton Branch Rail Road Company
E AN ACT to incorporate the Clinton Branch Ral
1. Road Company.
Wnnaltas, a corporation, styled the Clinton Brandl
Rail Road Company, has been created under the
Act of the Legislature, entitled "An Act for tht
it organization of Corporations for works of Public
Improvement and Utility," approved, March the
twelfth; eighteen hundred and fifty two, which
said corporqtlon was enacted In the followinl
words, to wit:
Wa, the undersigned, agree to form ourselves into
a corporation under the laws of the state of Louisi
ana, hereinsbove set forth, for the purpose of con
structing a Rail Road from the town of Clinton,
Parish of East Fellclana, running through the Par
ish of St. Helena, to some point of intersection, on
the line of the New Orleans, Jackson, and Great
Northern Railway, and for that purpose we hay
formed the annexed Charter, and have signed the
CHARTER OF THE COMPANY.
SECTION 1. The said corporation shall be called the
Clinton Bratch Rail Road (%Cpany, and its domicil be
fixed in the town of Clinton, In the Parish of East
Sec. 2. The said corporation Is established for
the purpose of constructing, working, and maintain
ing aRall Road from Clinton, in the Parish of East
Feliciana, eastward, through the P:rish of St. lic
lena to a point of iatersection on the New Orleans.
Jackson, and Great Northern Railway, which shall
be deemed the most favorable after satisfactory
See. 3. The capital stock of the company is fixed
at Five Hnudred Thousand Dollars, ivided into
twenty thousand shares of twenty-five dollars each.
Payments shall be made In such sums and at such pe
riods as shall be fixed by the Board of Directors.
Provided, That the subscriptions may be paid in la
bor or materials, when such mode of payment is pre
ferred by the subscribers. Provided, also, that no
call shall be made for more than ten per cent at one
Stine, and sixty days notice of each call shall be giv
en by publication in one newspaper in the city of
New Orleans, and one in the town of Clinton. 'ot
more than four calls shall be made in one year.
Sec. 4, The said corporation shall go Into opera
tion and be organized, as soon as shares of stock
to the amount of seventy-five thousand dollars shall
have been subscribed.
Sec. 5. The business of the Corporation shall be
conducted at Its domicll in the town of Clinton by a
Board composed of twelve Directors. A quorum
shall consist of at least five Directors. The direc
tors shall elect one of their body, as President of
their Company, at their first meeting after their
election. No person shall be eligible as a director,
who is not a share holder. At all elections by stock
holders, and all their meetings, each share shall be
entitled to one vote. Votes may be given in person,
or in proxy. The President of the Company is the
officer designated as the one on whom legal service
of all process or citation against the Company, may
be made, and the Company agree to be bound by
service of process or citation whether made on the
President in person, or left to his address at the ollice
of the Company, in the hands of any of its officers
Sre. 6. The first Board of Directors shall be cho
ser us soon as the list of subscription shall be closed.
Thi, notices of tih election of the first Board of Di
rectors, shall be given ,by publication made Ilfteen
days in advance in one newspaper in the city of New
Orleans, and one in the town of Clinton, and the
electinn sthall Ie held Iat thb time and place desig
nated by the commicsiolers charged with receiving
The lirst election shall he held under the superin
tendene' of the comnissioners aforesaid, who shall
select three of their nlumber, for that purpose. All
suIsequ'ient elections under the superintendenco of
three commnissione,rs to ,be appointed from among
the si khcildsers by the Board of Directors for the
ti,h Ibeing. The l'st Board of i)lrectors shall hold
office until the first Monday of May, of the year eigh
teen hundred and lifty-six. The election shall be an
nuil. and eachi subsequent board of directors shall be
elected on the third Monday of April. A failure to
elect directors, shall not dissolve the corporation, but
the Board in ofilce shall continue the exercise of its
functions, until a new Board can be elected. All
notices of elections and meeting of shareholders,
after the first election of directors above provided
for, shall be given by publication. fifteen days in
advance in one newspaper in the city of New Or
leans, and one in the town of Clinton.
Sec. 7. The following named persons are hereby
appointed commissioners for the purpose of receiv
ing subscriptions to the stock of said corporation'
Messrs. Baynard & Hamilton,...... Clinton, La.
" A. Levi, Bloom & Co......
" Isaac N. Lemon,.......... . ,
W Wm. Gurney, ............. ,.
" James M. Stokes..........
" George A. Neafus,......... " "
" Gen. A. G. Carter,........ Port Iudson,
" John Mc Keowen,......... Jackson,
William Sandel............ Kellertown,
" Samuel W. Riley........... .
" John F. George........... Bluff Creek,
" Dr. Wmn. C. Williams,......
John Burton, C. I). Strickland, jr. John Wheat,
John l. Bach, Wilford Williams, Sam'l Davis,
EAST BATON ROUGE.
Wm Kelley, W. A. Crenshaw.
Levi Spiller, Jacob I. Watts,
WILKINSON CO, MISS.
Dr. D. L. Phares, Philip Hluf, John Whitaker,
AMITE, GO. MISS.
Eli J. Capell, H. G. Street, Robt. Germany.
Col. S. W. Oakey, W. H.Garland,
The said commissioners shall have power to ap
point deputies or agents in other places for receiv
ing subscriptions. Seven shall form a quorum for
doing business in the town of Clinton.
The lists of subscription shall be closed on the first
day of December, eighteen hundred and fifty-five,
or if the subscription shall not amount to sevenet-five
thousand dollars at that date, then they shall be closed
as soon as said amount shall have been subscribed.
As soon as the subscription list shall have been clo
sed, they shall be returned to the town of Cliniton for
registry in the office of the Recorder of Mortgag
es of the Parish of East Feliciana, as required by law.
,r~. 8. Immediately after the election of the first
Board of Directors, the subshcription lists shall be
opened for a period of four months, in sech placcs
as the said board of directors may tdeem advisalic,
and public notice shall be giveIn thereof in a news
paper published in the places where said anbsscrip
tion hooks are opened, and the board shall have
power to appoint agents for receiving the subscrip
tions. At the end of the said four months, if the
,imo, nt of su-scriptrion shall exceed the espital re~ui
red, a meeting of stookbolders and subscriber. shail
be held to determine wlhther the capital shall be in
1 oroeed to the whole ampunt of subscription, and if
the capital be not so inkeased, then the number of
shares subscribed shall lie reduced by deduction from
the largest subscriptions so as not to diminish the
number of shares of any subscriber whilst another
i remains with a larger number of shares. If there
be fatty 'deficiency in Ihe amount of capital sub
cscrbed, the said subecritlion books may be reopen
ed and closed from time to time till the whole cap.
ital shall have been subscribed.
S~ A). In case of a failure on the part of any sub
scriber, topay the Instalments on his stook aurequir
ed, the board of directors shall have the option after
thirty days written notice to the defaulter, of for
felting the stock. and selling it for thebenefit of said
stockholder, or of compelling by suit, the payment
of such Installment, and no stockholder shall be
permitted to vote while in default.
Sec. 10. All meetings of stock holders called for
the purpose of increasing or diminishing the capital
stock of the company or for any of the purposes
enumerated in the 5th section of the Act of the
Legislature of Louisiana, entitled "An Act for the
organization of Corporations for Works of Public
Improvement and Utility," shall be composed of
persons holding in their own right, or as agents of
others, at least three-fourtha of the stock of the com
pany in order to make valid and binding their ao
tions In the prenmises: at all other meetings of the
stock holders and at all elections a majority of stock
shall be represented, and in this latter case, if such
majority be not present, nor represented, the meet
ing shall be adjourned for one week, and the vote
of the majority of the stock present, and represent
ed at such adjourned meeting shall bind the compa
ny in the same manner as if a majority of all the
stock were present and represented.
See. 11. Any vacancy it the board of directors,
occurring during the year, may be filled by a vote
of the board of directors
S&e. 12. The president and directors of said cor
poration shall have power to make End use a com
mon seal, to elect a newspaper which shall be known
to the stockholders as the official paper of the com
pany, and in which all its advertisements shall ap
pear, and to do every thing, necessary for the con
struction, repair, and maintenance of the rail road
hereinbefore described, with as many tracts as they
may deem necessary, to determine the line of the
road, and the depots that may be necessary to make,
and contract for all works whatsoever, for the prop
per and complete working of said road, to contract
specially, for all work. labor, or materials to be fur
nished to the company, and to agree, whether the
whole or any part thereof shall be payable in the
capital stook of the company ; to appoint a secreta
ry, treasurer, superintendent, engineer, solicitors,
and other officers or servants, necessary or proper
for the faithful performance of any duty necessary
to the construction and proper maintenance of the
said rail road ; to uake all contracts for the fur
nishing of iron, or other necessary equipments or
supplies of the roul, and on such credits as they may
deem proper, and to mortgage the said road for the
payment of the same; to borrow money for and on
account of said road, in any sum not to exceed ion
thousand dollars. unless authorized by a vote of two
thirds of the stockholders to exceed that sum, and to
mortgage the said road and its appurtenances to
secure the payment of the same ; to make all con
tracte necessary for the purpose of speedily and
properly constructing said road ; to purchase with
the funds of the company, all the locomotives, en
gines. ears, vehicles, teams, and other equipments
deemed by them necessary or useful to the purposes
of the company ; and when sold roadl or any part
thereof is finished, to fix the rate of toll for passen
gers and merchandize; to make all rules and regu
lations, and other by-laws deemed necessary, for the
proper, safe, and regular transaction of the business
of the company; but such rules, regulations, and
by-laws shall be snbject to repeal, change, amend
meit or modification by the stockholders at their
meetitngs, or by the President and l)ireetors in the
intervals ; they may accept donations in land or mo
ney, or such material or labor as may be useful to
the company ; they shall declare semi-annually the
dividend arising from the working of the road after
the payment of all necessary expenses; said dvi- I
dend shall be declared and payable to the stock
holders within fifteen days of the months of January I
and July of each year ; they shall make a report in
full detail to the stockholders to the first days of I
Janua.ry and July of each year. of the working of the I
road and its expenses andl profits, as also a detailed t
statement ofall contracts during the process of con- I
structing the road and its bridgesr, &c., with an ac
count of the progress made; they shall keep, or
cause to be kept, a regular set of hooks, in which I
shall be entered, in the regular order of their several I
dates, all business or other transactions of the com
pany, which said books shall be open to the lnspeitc
tlon of tiny stockholder, at the ofiee of the company
during the business hours of the day ; a stock book
shall hbe kept, and certificates of stock shall be issued
to the stockholders, and no transfer of stock shall be
blnding on the company until made on its stock
book; and to call a meeting of stockholders, on the
written r'equisitlon of stockhold-±rs representing i
one-fifth of the stock of the company.
,ec. 13. If any subscriber for stock shall be taxed t
by virtue of any law or ordinance for the payment
of subscriptions to the company, he shall have tie
right of reducing the number of his shares by an I
amount equal to that of thle tax imposed, but this I
right must he exercise withlin sirty days from the date I
of thi tax receipt, after which, it shIall not Ih allowed.
Nee. 14. An annual meeting of the stockholders,
shall he held on the third Monday of each April, to
receive Ith annualt report of the past year's opera
tions and business of the company, at which meet
ing, a full statement of the financial affairs and oth- I
cr Ibusitness of the cimpany shall Ie sunmitted by
the President and directors for examination by the
stockholders and their agents.
See. 15. At the explratiou of the Charter, or when
ever the dilsolutiont of the corpioration shall render
necessary its liquidation, three commissioners shall
be elected by the stocktolders whoso duty it shall
be to take possession of the property of the compa
ny, and conduct its business to a final liquidation
onl such terms and in such manner as shall be deter
mined by a meeting of stockholders regularly con
vened for that purpose ; and if at the expiration of
the present charter a majority of the stockholders in
number and amount shall desire to renew the same
lfr a further term, the stockholders dissenting from
the Iunewal, shaill le bound to transfer their stock
to those desiring a renewal, at its fair value, to be
fixed Iy appraisers mutually drawn for that purpose.
Clinton, La., Aug. 11, 1855. 1! -30e8
F01 SALE, by t1e sulrRcrir· til c(rat'd Gwin.
1' rJhralrd aRt e ll~nt Fto nu c , ,nc and for per
ueocanteaictec with the Jlyepepsii, it is valuable.
Jell W11. GURNEY,
A I I Fll l'ly ofy pure Liquors, fbr medicinal
Sjilet reccived and for saIeDby
aug 4 I,A\G'(WOR(TIIY d TILDON.
25 LIiS. Calnel. warrarted for tale by
Importer, and Wholoaule and Retailtbe.r Ia
Watohea, Jewelky OatMh
GUNS, PISTOLS, & AINOY GOODS,
NO. 66 CANAL I'~fhrI.
NEN.W Olrep 8.
N. B. Watoh" Cad Jewelry carefully repaired. C44
HOME MANUPACTORY OF WAG.
ONS, CARTS, &o. &e.
CONTINUES to carry on the
WEsXLwatIIR business in all
of its various branches.
He has on band a large assortment of supe
rior well seasoned material, and all orders for
work will be executed with promptness, and
In a workmanklike manner.
Repairing of all kinds done immediately.
His shop is immediately opposite the stables
of the Union Hotel. a 14
I IIAVE engaged a competent work
man, and will personally see that all n
wood work done'by me is properly iron
ed. All orders for Blacksmith work will be
promptly attended to and faithfully executed.
BuorEas, on hand and for sale.
je 9 RICHARD RIGBY.
COACH AND CARRIAGE MAKER,
I STILL oontinue to build all
kinds of Pleasure Carriages, on
the most approved plan, at the old stand, on
the main street, running east from the Public
Thankful for the patronage and public confi
dence extended. I desire to retain and increase
the same, by industry, promptness, fair prices,
and good work, which will be guaranteed to
I am fully prepared to furnish at short notice,
METALLIC BURIAL OASES,
and WOODEN COFFINs, on such terms as will
insure me against any charge of extortion, from
M Personal attention given on all Burial
a 28 R. BOWMAN.
CLINTON MALE ACADEMY.
THE Fall term of the abovesohool will commence
on Monday, October 1, 1855. The course of
studies embraces all the branches of an English and
classical education, no fur as requisite for an on
trance in college.
The following is a list of authors and sulJects purt
sued by the school during thie past academic year:
Luain.-Latin grammar, reader, and composition;
Virgil, Caesar, Cloero, and Livy.
Greek.-Greek grammar and reader, Xonophon,
and Homer's Iliad.
fathemati.,e-Arithmetic, algebra and geometry.
ngi is.-Grammar, geography, history, astrono.
my, natural philosophy, &c. &c.
PATRION Or TIsa N01100c .
Chief Justice Merrick, Rev. Isaac Wall.
Mqa. G. W. Munday, Hlion. John MeVes,
Rev. Thos,. Adams, David Pipes, Sr.
Mrs. Col. Lyous, M. Harris, and others,
EMMETT D. CRAIG, A. M.
Clinton, La., Aug. 18, 1855. Principal.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
TIlE undersigned oifers for sale, Three Hundred
Acres of Land, situate in the Parish of East Fe
liclana, six mliles from the town of Clinton, within
two of the Clinton & Port Hudson Rail Road, and
half a mile from a steam saw and grist mill. T here
is a quantity of valuable PFlne timber on the tract
and a stream of running, never failing water. runs
directly through it.
One hundred acres are cleared and under cultiva
tion. The improvements are, a good dwelling, out
houses, cabins, stables, and gin house, In good and
For terms, &c., apply to J. W. Tnylor. who Is my
duly authorised agent to dispose of the same.
ug_ 18-3t FRANK DIXON.
INMAN'S PATENT DOORB & GATE
R W. INMAN, from Sheffold, England, manufao
turer of ' Inman'r' Paton Door and Gat 8Sprinpg,
to which was awarded the first premium at the
World's Fair, in London, 1851, announces tbntho has
constituted W. IV. Chapman, as his sole agent for
For neatness, lsimplicity, full performance of all It
is intended to do, its oxeeding usefulness. its dura
blily, its cheapnoess, It certainly takes its position
in the front rank of modern Inventions.
I do not Intend to puffl-a short examination will
convince the judgment of its utility.
aug 18-2m RI. W. INMAN.
FURNITURE I FURNITURE !!
ITHE undersigned has opened In the
I Town of Clinton, a largeasuort
ment of Furniture, consisting of
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chairs, Sofas,
Armoires, Lounges, Cribs,
and almost every other article of Furniture, sunita
ble for the market, which he will sell low, for cash.
His store is on the south side of the public square.
aug 11 I1. B. GAY, Agent for M. HAntes.
24 DOZ. Jordan's superior Lemon syrup, for sale
by I. N, LEMON.
6 DOZ. Lime Juice, beat quality, for sale by
U i. N. LE MON.
25 GALS. Paregoric, for sale by
t r ly I. N. LEMON.
3 fLBS. Clioe r, dr - sale by
iU I. N. LEMON.
)U for sale by I. N. LEMON,
5 --L- B lr P"a'tere, fresh article fo sale by
_'i OZ. sulphate Quinlne, just received and for
2 u l sale by I. N. LEMON.
/A BOTTS. suip. Morphbine, for sale by
Itj _ I. N. LEMON.
LBf. Gum Camphor, for rle. y LEb .
r. N.. LEMON.
sucessor to m m sam =
HAS on hand,' acol, 1w ra,
1 do. sugar ,. Corn Ma goag,
Mess Pork. . .i.
Salt, co, ldoaeco,
do hapdles, ow , Glassware,
Cow peil, io awarI,
Coffee, a 'sshove s
Teus, Sal sode, Tºaae
Sugar, brown Nals, ?,
do crushed Well rope, q,
Rice, do bucket. Wi i, bd
Candles, Wask boards, Pr lata m'd.
Lime & cement COtla
Domestics, calicoes. blabkets, llneys,-hay and
BAGGING, ROPE, TAND I WINU.
~LJQUOR, assorted; and many o V artles.
In fact, a general assor.mnen of. s artielos,
as are usually found in soch houses, to which
attentibn is particularly Ilvted,
Terms being strictly , pries wll be pro
p rtionately ow. AddtloUal fhrh spplies
will be rcoived weekly.
THE co-rartnership of Hnaavs & DUAUoxo,
T is disuolved by mutual conont, M. Harris
withdrawing from the firm.
Those indebted, will please me forward
and settle, as the outstanding bunlaes must
be closed without delay.
The business will be conducted at the same
storu by J. G. DaARMOND who will carry
out business arrangements ade with H. 6 D.
PROVISIONS AND GORO(E~IB,
will constantly be kept on hand, at the lowest
Clinton prices. The purchasing arragesments
being the same, enables the advert.ser to
offer great inducements to cash dealers, who
are respectfully invited to price and exuuamine
articles before purchasing elsewhere.
Cash advances will be made on Cotton con
signed to MlcaJah Harris, 68 Gravler street,
New Orleans. ..
0. P1. LANOWORTHY. [1865.] nORWOOD .aWI
LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
Druggists and Apotheoarleu,
LA DanA1s IW
BOOK8 AND STATIONBRY.
A WELL selected assortment of P.rim.
ry, Toys, and Fancy Goods.
Music and Musical Instruments.
Paints, Oil, Lead, and Varnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fine Cutlery, Razors, and Soap.
1l.See Advertisement on fourth page.
a14 BRCK ROW-Ou. rox, La.
FR1EH 80DA ATER
HAVING procured the necessr xtures, d made
a rrangement for reoeiving regularly, fbotaas
or fresh Soda Water, the isme, with such yrups as
may be desired, can be procured of
Jy 7 I.i. 8. DEECHENO a 00.
Saddle, Bridle, and Harneya eufas tery
North side of the public Square
IATOULD respectfully inform his patrons and
VT the public in general, that he has ust re
ceived a large and well selected assortment of
LEATHER, HARDWARE, ke.
suitable for the manufacture of any and every
article that may be wanted or alled for In his
line of husiness : viz.
SADI)LES, RLtIDLES, HARNESS, &c.
His stock of Leather has been selected with
great care, and is of the best quality.
The Suddlery Hardware Is direct from New
York, and is of the latest style and pattern.
With competent and experienced workmen
to manufacture this material, he hopes to give
perfect satisfiction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality and execution.
Ii- CALL AND EXAMINE. -in
N. B. All open accounts must be settled
on the 1st of November. je 9
ICE! ICEII ICEIII ICE 11!
TIIE subscrbor Is now receiving a regular suppl
of this nocessary and indlspenable artlole and
Is prepared to furnish the same to famllle, and all
otlrcrs wanting the same.
,lzice CnaIM AND loe LrnuoaM, to be had at
hi store. l. HiEYMANN.
NEW BOOKS 1
Julia Tremalno, Common place book,
Leaves from a Family Journal,
Star Papers, My Brother's Keeper,
Two Guardians, Winkles,
Just roeeived at
aug 4 LANG WORTHY & TILDOH'S.
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, & SHOES.
THIE LATEST styles of finest material anh beek
finish, on hand and for sale by
a 12 MILLS, OLEVELAND, & Co.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
A LARGE invoice of Ladles and Gentlemen'as . ea.
lionable Dress, Spring and Summer Goods, Just
received and for sale by
a21 MILLS. CLEVELAND & Co.
ITItE undersigned basthe following varletis of the
Smost dolliouns syrups, via.
VANILLA, ORANGO, LEMON, GINGER, 14NA.
NA PEAR, ke. te.
which he offers at a lower rate thba any other boase,
and in quautlties to suit the buyer.
je 2 WM. GUANY.
'A N excellent stomeahlo nd toalo. for c b
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