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A FRIEND Or POAsrTIKS (INSTIGATED BY N'
pDArpoor. AND THr DEVtl.) JOINS THR KNOW s
NortmNos x. O onorA--Know more about sel
lint groceries than sabout polities or religion. ti
Was seared to death by Damphool and oth- of
ers of his kin and name; told me if I didn't th
join the K. N.'s Pd be burst up broiled on grid
irons the Catholic ; also, that the Irish, fi
;brkedNatives, then fricaseed them as a choice th
foreign lunch; didn't like to be burnt or frica- a'
seed ; told him I'd join. to
Started 19 o'clock at night, went down town at
then up town, met watchman, Damphool and 'sl
he turned round three times and stood on one m
leg. Damphool then said, "Horum scorum ;"
sanid watchman said, "High cantalarum, go a- hi
hend" Damphool said the watchman was one to
of 'em. Went through seven back streets then at
along cr.es street, to near where we started;
dived down cellar steps door, Damphool whoo
whooped like an owl three times, knocked door
nine times, somebody inside squalled like a tom
cat twice, knocked door three times, door op
ened dark as Egypt, tied handkerrhief over my
eyes ; another door opened, rnttlings of chains
and strong smell of sulphur; thoncrht my time r
had come and tried to pray, but eould'nt think
of anything but "now I lay me down to sleep"
They led me in, threw me down on all fours e
hit me nine cracks with a paddle on unmention
abhle place, stuck two pins in the a ime, bhltaed
like a hilly goat, then generl eaterwauling by -
the whole company. Raised me tu p and took
off handkerehief, saw large (rowd with fools'
,'lps on, big ears sticking up. Big picture -
hanging on the wall, Christ crucified ; under
neath in large letters the words "The work of
Catholies ; thought before it was the Jews,
wasn't certain now. Damphool led me up to
man with biggest ears of any, behind a table,
made me kneel down, man with hig ears said
"You solemnly swear;" told him I'd swear any -
thing- don't know what I did swear, I was so
scared. Man with the big ears told me, I was
a member of the transient and honorable Or
der of Know Nothings-made hint a.bow, and
told him I was much obleeged, and took a seat
Song by the whole house
"Possum up a gum stump,
Itaccoon is a holler, &e.
After the song. man with the big ears offer
ed up a short prayer, that "the land might ihe
delivered front the Pope, the Devil and furrin
cnr in general," to which some said, animen, some
bravo and a few, encore I Man with the big
ears then stated that the business for that night
was to decide on a candidate for Congress, said
"they had nine hundred members, and there
were nine hundred and twenty-seven candidates.
Didn't know how it was, didn't uuderstand
it; hut one tihing he know'd lie wcrn't going
.o give up his claim, wished he might be tec
totally cxzui-ticate if he did."
Several with stmaller ears then said, "them
was exactly their sentiments," but thought a
little dlchy wouldin't hurt; better noses first.
Meeting then broke np ; went home, and sent
to apotlhicariry's for Jew David's IIebrew Il'u
ter ; ctlldit set down for three days,-effeclt I
of the puladle.
D1)mliphool called to see me ; tdlked politics;
told him I should vote for Stevens He said
I shoullin't, had sworn not to ; told him I'd quit
said if I did I'd lose tmy custom, K. N.'s would
not trlade with me, call ime "traitor, perjurer,
and all that." Don't know what to do ; reckon
I'll have to stick to 'cm.
A Funnily Unique Sermon. a
The following sermon, is said to have been deliv- sl
erred in the town of W'aterpronof.
I may say to you. my brethring, that I am not an el
educated man. an' I am not one of them as belie.ve o
that education is necessary for a Gospel minister,
for I belleve the Lord educates his preachers jest as
he wants 'em to be educated: an' although I say it
that oughtn't to say it. yet, in the State of Indianny,
whar I live, thans no man as .lts a bigger congrega
tion nor what I gits.
Thar may he some here tn.lnv, my brethring, as 1
don't know what persuasion I em uv. Well I must
say to you my brethring, that I'm a Hard Shell Bap
tist. 'har's some folks as don't like the Hard Shell
iaptists. hut I'd rather havn a hard shell as no shell I
at all. You aee me here to-day my hretbring, dress- I
ed in fine clothes; you mon't think I was proud, hut '
I am not proud, my brethring. and although I've
hcen a preacher of the gospel for twenty years an'
although I'm capting of the flathoat that lies at I
your landing, I'm not proud, my brethring.
I am not gwine to tell edzactly whar my text may
be found: suffmc to say. It's in the leda of the blhle
and you'll find it somewhat between the first chap
ter of the hook of Generations. and the last chapter
of the hook of Revolutions, and of you'll go and
search the scriptures. you'll net only find my text
thar, but many other texas as will do you good to
read. and my tex when you shall find it, you shill
find it read thus:
" And he played on a harp ov a thousand strings- I
eperits of just men made perfeck."
My text. hrethring, loads me to speak of sperits.
Now thar's a great many kinds of sperits in the world
-In the fuss place, thar's the sper ts as some folks I
call ghosts, and thar's the sperits nv turpentine, and I
thar's the sperits as sum folks call liquor, an' I've
got as good an artilkel of them kind of sperits on
my flatboat as ever was fetch down the Mississippi
river: but thar's a great many other kinds of sper
its, for the text says, says, , he played on a harp uv
a t-h-ou-s-and strings, sperits of just men made
But I'll tell you the kind nv sperits as is meat in
the tex isrmlr. That's the kind of sperits as isment
in the tex. my brethring. Now thar's a great many
kinds of fire in the world. In the fuss place, thar's
the common sort uv fire you light your cigar or pipe
with, and then thar's foxfire and camphire, fire be
fore you're ready and fire and fall hack, and many
other kinds uv fire, for the tex says, ".lIe played on
a harp uv a thousand strings, sperits of just men
But I tell you the kind v fire as is ment in the
tex, my hrethring--it's nHLL FIRlE! an' that's the
kind uv fire as a great many of you'll come to, of
you don't do better, nor what you have been doln'
for "He played on a harp of a thousand strings, sper
its of just men made perfeck."
Now, the different sorts of fire In the world may
he likened unto the different persuasions of Chris-'
tians in the world. In the first place we have the
Piecapallons, an' they are a high sallin' and a high
falutin set, and they may he likened unto a Turkey
lhuerard, that flies up Inat the air, and thbe be goee
up, and up, and up, until he looks no bigger than
your linger nail, and the hust thing you know, h±
coms down, and down, and down, and is a llin him.
celf on the karki.s of a dead hles by the side of the
road, and "lie played on a harp of atheouand strings
sporits of Just men made perfeok.
And then thar's the Methodia, and they may be
likened unto the pquirrel rnnnln' up into a tree, for
the Methodis beleeves in gwine on from one dcgree
of grace to another, and finally on to perfection, and
the quirreli goes up and up, and up, and he Jumps
from limb to limb, and branch to branch, and the
flat thing you know he falls and down be comes ker
flamux and thats like the Mothodli. for they Isail.er
hllen omtn grace, ahi and "lHe played on a harp
nv a thouUand strings, sperits of Jest men made per
And then, my brethring, thar's the llaptirt, ah
and they have been likened unto a possum on a
'simtamon tree, and thunders may roll and the earth
may quake, but that possum cllngs thar still, ahi!
and you may shake one foot loone, and the other's
thar, and you may shako all feet loose, and he laps
his tall round the linib, and clings, 'and he clings
forever, for " He played on a harp uv a thousand
strings, sperlts uv jest men made porfeck."
nfl IliTY cas clear Sides, for sale by t
SMILLS, CLEVELAND & Co. d
ONE hundred oils machine Rope, jut received. b
MILLS, CLEVELAND & Co.
TWENTY bales India IBaggng, for sale by 1
MILL 9, CLEVELAND & Co. It
B sACKS Egyptian seed Oats, Just received
Sfrom St. Lous, for sale by
oct 6 MiLL,. CIVELAND & Co. 0
10 BBLS . t. Louis superrlne Flour. Just received O
It hy y MISB, ClEVEIANI & Co. 1
5A SACKS Bran, for salo by
lU MILLS, rLEVELAND & Co. I
T AVE a set of second hand double Harness, fit
" for a pair of large horses, which I will sell low,
tor cash. FRITZ. the a tdler.
TILE STATE OF LOUISIANA, Seventh Judicial
PanR4I or EAST IUI.CIArNA. f District Court.
In the matter of the succession of Albert Wilson,
deceasd. No. 2869.
I.OTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN that H. 1. IHaynes,
IN has applied to this Court for letters of admin
Istratlion on the aforesaid succemlon, which will
be granted in ten days after the publication of this
notice unless legal opposition be filed thereto.
oct. 6. 185. 8. E. IIHUNTER. )D'y Clerk.
TIlE STATE OF LOUISIANA, SevcnthJutllcial
ePArns or USt VI.ICuAxA. Df istrict Court.
In the matter of the estate of Enoch Vanoedale, do
ceased. No. 2280.
NT lTIICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that John T. leath
hI - atppliedl to this court for letters of sadloins
tratiw, on the aforesaid estate, which will be
glra,. !i in ten days after this publication, unless
legal optosition be made thereto.
oct. 6. 185. S. E. ilUNTER, 'y Clerk.
TIIE STATE OF LOUISIAN.\, Seventh Judicial
PAmaln or EPAsT Il:l.lcruINA. ( District Court.
In h' mnatlter :t the rlccess.ot of Mary Kelly, de
es as0.,k. N,,. 2370.
)'rTICrl.: IS l.ltEl.Y GIVEN. that Alfred llas
ard has applied to this court for letters of ad
mionstration one the aforesaid succession, wlil h will
be grnuted in ten days after the publication of thsl
notice. unless legal opposition le mnade thereto.
oct 6. lH.5 S. E. HUNTER, D'y Clerk.
TILE STATE OF LOUISIANA, Seventh District
PA I'.n Sl or PE5T Yr.iIANA. Court, No. 1786.
In the matter of the successilon of It. L. Bell, dec'dl
(TOTICRE I IHEREBY GIVEN that Jane E. Rel.
S I. has filed no account of her administration of the
aforesaid succrseion which will be homologated In
i thirty days oflt.r the publlication of this notice un
less hegal opslitioul be tiled thereto.
ept. l5. 1S,5. S. E. HUNTER. D'y Clerk.
TO THE PUBLIC. i
IrIIE undersigned has removed his trimming
i. shop, to the building fronting his residence, A.
on the Jiiberty road, a short distance north of ,
the Union Hotel. fo
ie is prepared to execute all orders entrus
ted to him, in his line of business, viz: trinnning
and painting carriages, buggies, &c.
lHe is also prepared to do all kinds of uphol
stery work, repairing furniture, varnishing and
cleaning, and will have on hand and make to
order nil descriptions of mattresses, &e.
All work (lone, warranted to be durable ci
and at reasonable prices.
a 30. G. KOCH. '
SY VIRTUE of a Proclamation from P. O.
l Hebert, Governor of the State of Louis
iana, addressed to the Sheriffof the Parish of T
East Felicirna, dated Baton Rouge, July 26,
1855, ordering an Election for the hereinafter
named officers, I, in accordance therewith, is
sue this, my proclamation, that an election
will be held, at the several precincts, in the
parish of East Feliciana, State of Louisiana, '
on Monday, November 5, A. D. 1855, for the h
following named officers:
A Representative to Congress from the A
I Third Congressional District, Governor, Lieu- o
tenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attor
ncy General, State Treasurer, Auditor of Pub
lie Accounts, Superintendent of Public Educa
tion, two Represnitatives to the State Legis
Inture District Attorney for the Seventh Ju
dicial District, Clerk of the District Court,
Sheriff, Coroner, Assessor, and, in each ward,
the nunber of Justices of the Peace, to which
they are by law entitled; one Constable for
Also: a Poll will be open at each electi o.
precinct, for the purpose of receiving the vot ]
a of the qualified voters, for, or against, the re
moval of the seat of government, from the
town of Baton Rouge to the city of New Or
loans. Every qualified voter, voting for, or
against the removal, shall have written, or
printed, on his ballot, the words, for remonval,
in he be in favor of such removal, and the
n words, against removal, if he be opposed there
n to. The Commissionars of Election, for the
several precincts, will hold said Election, and'
make due returns, thereof, according to law.
Sf THOS. L. McGHEE,
sept. 26, Coroner and Ex-Officio Sheriff.
CLOTHING, HATS, BOO'S, & SHOES.
y rrIlE LATEST styles of Ilnest material and best
' I finish, on hand and for sale by
ae a12 MILLS, CLEVELAND, & Co.
y 7 BOTTS, lulp. Morphine, for sale by -
es/I& I. N. LEMON.
The State of Loulsiana, Parish pf Fast Fellolaa,
Seventh District Court, No. 928.
Parsh R. GaOle, vs. Caleb 0. Gayle.
BY VIRTUIE of a writ of ft. fa. to me directed
D trom the Honorable court aforesaid. In the above
entitled salt, have scoedon and will offr for sale,
at the door of the court house in said parish, on the
FI'RST .4I TURDA4 Y OF no VAfBER. 1, A56.
between the hours of 10 o'clock. A, V. and 4 o'clock,
rt x.. all the right, title, Interest, and claim ofthe
defendant. Caleb 0. Gaylo, in and to the following
named and described property, to wit.
A certain negro woman named " VIOLET."
of black complexion, about 92 years of age,
and her four children, " Militta," about 9
years old; " Martin" ' years; "Adaline" 6
Vyers, and "James," 8 years.
'Erm qf Bale.--Cub, with the benefit of appraise
ment. THOS. L. MoGHES.
sept 29, 185 Coroner and ex-olMolo sheriff.
The stant of Loulslana, Parish of East Felicans,
seventh District Court, No. 2181.
J. W. Boatner, vs. . IH . Hnrrell.
DY VIRTUE of a writ of i fa. to me directed, by
. the honorable court aforesaid, in the aboveentl.
tied salt. T have meized and will offer for salo at the
door of the court hone Inn said prtah,. on the
FIRST SATURDA YOF NO VRMBR, 1855.
between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'cloek
P. M., all the right. title, interest, and claim of
the defendant II. R. HTarrell. in and to the follow
Ing deserlbod property to-wit:
A certain tract of land situated, lying, and
being, in the parish aforesaid on the waters
of Pretty Creek. containing 1200 scree more
or less with all the improvements thereon,
bounded on the north by lands of of Mrs.
Dunn and Eli White, on the south by lands of
rnssnndry linrroll, and Townsend, on the east
by Seymour Taylor, and on the west by lands
of Mrs. Gray.
Terms q/ 8elf-Cash, with the benefit of appraise.
ment. TIlOM. L. McGIIEE,
sept. 29. 1855. Coroner and Ex-.Oficio Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of East Feliclama.
7th District Court.
Mary Sturges & hueband, I
ea. )No. 2085.
James F. lasekman.
BDY VIRTUE of a writ of fl. fa. Inued In the above
eD entitled suit, from the honorable court aforesaid,
dlirected to the sherllif of said parish, I have seized
and will offer for sale on the premises of Benjamin
Lyons. Esgr., in the town of Clinton. on the
FIRST SATURDAY OF REPTEMBER,
A. n. 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock. A. x. and
4 o'clock, r. x., the f0,lowing property, in which by
a decree of said court, the plaintiff's have a privi
lege of Rent: to wit:
One certain Printing Press. thirty-eight cases,
more or less, seven stands more or less, one marble
slab, together with all the types and fixtures thereto
belonging. or in nny way appertaining. It being the
same printing press, types. and fixtures, that was
lately in the possession of the defendant, James F.
Tere. qf Sade.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
aug 18 G. C. COMSTOCK, Defy. .herr;.
$a&The albove sale is postponed to the FIRST
SATURDAY IN OCTOBER. 1853, between the hours
as above. TliOt. L. McGIIEE,
sept 8, 18R,5 Coroner and ex officlo sheriff.
The State of Loonisinus-Parish of East Feliclana.
7th District Court.
Minerva A. Rogers, wife,
vs. No. 8215.
Willinam J. Chapman, hlo1hnn1d.
DY VItTUEof a writ of fII. fa. issued from the hon
B orable court aforesaid, directed to the sheriff of
East Fllciana. said state, I have seized andl will of
fir for sale at the plantation of William J. Chap
mann, in said parlsh. on the
FIRST SATURIDAY OF OCTWBER,
A.l. 1855, between the hours of 10 A.M. and 4 o'clock
r.a., all the right, title, interest, and claim of the
deflndant, W. J. Chnpman, husband, In and to the
following named and describhed roperty. to wit:
The undivided interest of said W. J. Chapman In
I and to the succession of his deceased mother, Mirr.
i Maria Chapman, now in tho hands of Allen Chapman,
One hay horse, ten years old.
One lay horse, seven years old.
Oi( pleeasure luggy. 12 head of cattle,
20l hI ad of hogs. A lot of farllling utensils,
A Iht tof household and ki tehi, l'iii ,iture,
Al'so tit growingl crops of cori' d. cotton, now
oil tII plantation of ,said W. J. c:hlliapmn.
'erms of .Sle.--A credit of 12 months. t'urchaseri
will be reqiuired to give bonds wlit approved scu.
rity, drawing interest in secordance with thiujudge
ment. TIIt(t. LT. McGIIEE,
sept 8, 1855 Coroner andl ex ofnicl sheriff.
The State of Louisiaua-Parish of East Feliciana.
7th District Court. No. 2231.
It. C. Campbell,
Eunice L, Field.
DY VIRTUE of a writ of fl. fa. issurd in the above
} entitled suit from th' honorable court aforesaild.
directed to the sheriff of said parish, I have seized
and will offer for sule at the court house in said par
ish, on the
FIRST SATURDAY OF OTOYlIBR,
A. D 1855, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. M. and
4 o'clock P'. M., all the right, Iltle. Interest, and clnim
of the defendant, Eunice U. Field, in and to the fol
lowing named alnd doscribed prolperty, to-wit:
A certain Tract of Land, situated partly in
East Baton Rouge, and partly in East Feli
ciana, containing 543 56-100 acres, more
or less, and the same purchased by Eunice
L. Field of John (1, Walker and wife, and
the sau.n whereon the said E. I,. Field now
resides, with all the improvements thereon.
Terms of Sale.-Cash, with the bennclit of apprnalso.
meat. TIIOS. L, McGIIEE,
sept 1, 1855. Coroner and ex officio Sherilff.
INMAN'S PATENT DOOR & GATE
I W. TNMAN, from Shfilleld, England, manufao.
.turer of ' Inman's' Palent Door and Gate ,Springs,
to which was awarded the first premium at the
World's lair, in London, 1851, announcs that he has
constituted W. W. Chapman, as his solo agent for
For neatness, simplicity, full performance of nil it
is Intended to do, its exceeding usefnlness, its dura
illlty, its cheapness, it certainly takes its position
in the front rank of modern inventions.
I do not intend to pufl'-a short examination will
convince the judgment of lits utility.
ang 18-2m R. W. INMAN.
O0 LBS. Blue AMass, for sale by
I. N. LEMON.
64 LBS. Gum Camphor, for sale by O.
U_ I. N. LEMON.
SHERMAN'S PATENT TRUSSES, and rupture
remedy, shoulder braces, lace and elastic abdom.
ipal enpporters, body braces, &c.. for sale by
8 LAº,W'fTIW(TWT & TT'L f.
WIR the yIellyw fever W.ts6 q Clinton, .I sl a
V ounty catotmere preftt, leavie thit
or any thing in mr lineLof buudne, a~ t hresidenoes
of Dr. . C. , Bythell IaiJle, S. Bean
.hamp, B. M. G. Brown, or Joelah Knll too, I will
attend t them and leave tlleartlets at hose places
Is soon as I aen. f
If the fever should continue In Clinton, mall lots
of staple article, will be left at eachb of th above
mnentloned plnces. for the Immediate use ue naonve.
alence of my frliends.
nag 28 ISAAC N. L O. .
A FINS PLANTATION FOR 'I.
I AM now offering for sale, the T .i
1 Land, on which I reside, (known as n'I
Station,) situated, in the Pariah of E .
caina, La., eight miles from Clinton, on te
Clinton and East Feliclana rail Road, cope
taiing eight hundred and gighty'acres. Tro
hundred and' fifty open, the most of which
fresh and in a ine state for cultivation.
place is well Improved, having a'omfor
Dwelling, good Gin and Mill, and all necess
ry out buildings, and is well watered.
naug 4 THOS. W. ROBINS,
RUNAWAY IN JAIL.
_TAR committed to the Jail of the Parish of tast
Feliciana, a negro boy, who calls hielf
and says that he helongs to a man named Ponnyrosel.
living near Napoleon. Parish of Asstnptlon. La.
8aid boy is about 25 years old. about five feet seven
inches In height. of a black color.
The owner of said boy is requested to come for
ward, prove property. pay charges, and take him
away. or he will bIe dealt with according to law.
sept 1 CHAS. SEAMAN, Jailor.
S. EK BUTLER,
PLAIN AND FANCY PAINTER.
1AR RIAG(i,, HOUSTTE, & SIGN Paittinr,
G raininig and Gilding, (Glazing,
Trnnsparent Window Shades,
Chiinn Wite, or Porcelain Finish,
P'nper ll[mnjnineI. Ornamental Painting,
M.,wonic and Odd Fellow's ]uantnere,
And all kinlds of plin and fancy work, done in
the netest and most durable manner, and
All colors of paint in small quantllitis, rendsy
for use for the accommodtiton of th.oi,N who
prefer using it themselves.
lie can always be found at the C trriage
Manufactory of C. M. Jarrett.. ang 25
Carriages & Buggys made and repaired,
BY C4IARLES P. .JARRETT,
HAVING superior facilities for
the prompt and faithful execution
of a strictly Carriage and Iluggy rmaiking and
repairing Business, 1 invite public attention to
my establishmenl. None but finished work
men are in my enmploy, anud no inferior or old
fashioned work will be found on hand.
Arrangements have been made for receiving
the best material now in use, for completilng
every style of running gear, Lody, painting and
triumiug, which taste or wealth can desire.
Designs for Unrringes, Buggys, NSlkys, &c.
on the latest and most fashionable phins can be
seen at mny shop. CIIt and see them.
| Au assortment of Northern nlade Buggys,
always on hand.
All kinds of repairing done at the shortest
notice to insure neatness and dunrbility. All
work warranted, with proper usage.
at-lMy terms are cash, or approved city ac.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
I have procured the special and exclusive
right of sale, for FisK's PATENT MFITAi.i.I CI.
uiss, for the ParIshl of East Felicilan. lny
infringement upon may right in the salte of I Ilse
cases will subject the violator to proseection.
Samuel Iecker, is my authorized agent, in
Jackson, for the sale of the saime.
Wooden Collins made to order, and every
tatention givenl on Funeral occasions. A fine
Hearse always in readiniess.
ihe canli 1, tiuId after night at the hotel of
( vANs W plll:. S 22.
inay 5 C. P. JARII ET'".
HOME MANUFACTORY OF WAG
ONS, CARTS, &c. &c.
R. RI C36 EB Y,
CONTINUES to enrry on the
WuVIIigwmRuiIr busiiness in all
of its various branches.
HIe has on hand a large assortment o? sulpi
rior well seasoned material, and all orders for
work will be exc.nted with prompitness, and
in a workmimklik, manner.
IlReipairinig of ill kimlds done immediiately.
Illi slihop is Immediately opposite the stables
of the [Union Hote.l. a 14
I HTAVE (enIIgfIged a (orlmpetent work
Ilman, nlld will iersonally see thalt ll
wood work dozni' bIy me is Iproperly iron
ed. All orders for Blacksmith work will Ie
promptly attended to and faithfully executed.
Bui:s, on haInd aiInd for sale.
ji 9 JLICJIAI1) RIG BY.
COACH AND CARRIAGE MAKER,
I STILL oontinue to build all
- kinds of Pleasure Carrinllgs, on
the most approved plan, at the chl I stanl, on
the main street, running east from the Public
Thankful for the patronagec and public- confi
donce extended. I desire to rctain and iureUase
the same, by industry, promptness, fair prices,
and good work, which will he guaranteed to
I uam fully prepared to furnish at short notice,
ME'I'AILIC BURIAL CASES,
and WooVeN (IovIN s, P' emn eh, trmis as will
insure me against any cmhrgc of extlortion, froml
th unlrfortuna te.
ai'a* ersolual atteltion givenl ol all Iicril
i 2e R. BOWMAN.
- M. KERNAG1(AN.
IRopo ,mnd Wholesle ard Retail Dealer In
Sa .to ýJsw Cutlery
PI 'o' s, 4 B ý$ & N' Y GOODSD8
ltb 86 CANIAlt R'~T~hEE,.
+ 1fPW oftLEAN$.
X II. Wtcbessad Jealt r7 .awllty repalred. al4
FINE WAtCHES, CLOCK, JEWELRY,
ALWAYS ON HAND, and for
sale by the subscriber, a genel
FINr GOLD AND fILVBR'
.W 8C8, ISPECTACLES, &o.
Ladies and Gentlemen's fine Breast Pins.
Ear ring, Fnlter rings, Studs,
Watch kys., Snam.,
Gold and sliver Penotl, with or without pens,
Gold Lockets, TIhinblis,
Qerman ilvor Specta.l ,
Together with a variety of other fine goods,
'.antgd to be the articla for wAich Aep are
The above stock was aoleoted 'h INew York
and'~ow Orleans by the Inbscriber, aQi Is the
lar bt and most superior everbfer ln tbt
CALL AND EXAMINI.
WJlWAxours, CLoons, Ay Jawat.ar, repair.
ed and warreated.
His store is on Brick Row, one door north
of W. W. Chapman A Co.
a 14 WILL.rAM RADLIIL
FUBTT1Te l T RI 'tr ' hu n ine8 tnW
fI TIIH'I\~ (Ii nt hat openedu~it
orIliintnn. p IWPeaflUý"t
iiint l' l urnilur4, coudstlst or
BIirvii1114, Bedsteads, PJ a. r apt1e,
ArIJII)res, tomorees , Cribs,
erd elmnet ;v(4y other aitltle ofi. rniture, o Itnve
Ill uortthr mIsrknt. which he wllw Bel low. for eadh.
111ºetorn In on the soutlh side of the public o rlars
sax .11 It. R. GAY~, AM,,nt for It. HIRWuI.
J. G. I).ARMOND.
Souoesbor to H&RIIS & DeARIOND.
IT A on hand, Banon, Flour, Lrd, Hams,
11 do, sngr culed, Corn BoI f. Mnhllsses,
MI,1 Pork. Soup, Cuthrerv,
SaIL, Toliaeeo, Woodlwnre,
Axes, Cirars, Crockery,
do handles, Gunpowder, Glasswaro,
Cow poea, Shot, Tinw.re,
Oils, Pickles, Brooms,
Yeast powders,Spiees, Hoes,
Coffee, Starch, Spmlhes, shovels
Teas, 8ial soda, Trnue chains,
Sugar, brown Neils, Porter, London
do crushed Well rope, Vinegar,
Rice, do buckets Wines, ass'd,
Candles, Wash boards, Fruits, presv'd.
TLime & eemnent Castings,
I)omestics, calicoes. blankets, linseys, hayt sd
BAGGING, ROPE, AND TWINE
LQvolns, assorted; and muny other articles.
In faet, a general assortment of such articlos,
as are usually found in such houses, to which
attoetion is particularly invited,
Terms being strictly cash, pries will be pro
portionately low. Additional fresh supplies
will he reecivled weekly. jy 7
Ao. r. IN.(WORTHinv. 8I i.-5. J nllwolOn rllTlDO
IANG(WORTHY & TILTDON,
Druggists and Apotheoaries,
AND T#AIY.IEII I
BOOKS AND STATIONdRY.
A WELL sewhlctd INalnortment of Perfume
ry, Toys, and Fancy Goods.
Music and Musical instrunmntn.
Paints, Oil, Ieand, and Vaurnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fiue Cutlery, Razorn, and Soap.
uII.See Advertislemeit on fourth page.
al4 BRICK RO W-CrrnoKr, LA.
Baddle, Bridle, sad Harness Manufactory
North side of the public Square.
SV OU LD respectfuily Inform his patrons and
y the public in general, that lie has just re
ceived ia Inrge and will selecteld iissortment of
IiEATtH.I, HARDWARE, &c.
sullitlable for the Ilannfacture of any andl every
article that may he wanted or called for lu hbl
Iliu of ,usiiness: viI.
SADDLJ),ES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, &c.
Ils stock of leather has been selected with
grcet care, and is of the best quality.
'T'he lSalery llurdware Is idirect from Neow
York, and is of the latest style and pattern.
With competent anlldl experienced workmen
to ianufaicture this material, he hopes to give
jlrfect satis.ihction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality arind execution.
Ilir CALL AND EXAMINE. ifs
N. 11. All open necounts mIust be settled
on thIe lst of Novemnlr. Je o
LATE OF BAYOU SARA. *
1) EI"I'FLEC'IULLY tenders bis professional servl
1 crto to thu public. Oluicu at Biecheno & Co's
(late Sadlur's) lIrlg Store. Itusideunco l the house
formerly occupild ty M. Bloom, north of thebo Metho
dlit Church, Clinton, La. jy 14
f;WtThe underslgued, citizens of West Fellclans,
certify that we havle known Dr. GillltIT A. ScuoLiae.
for many years, whilh pncctislng an a Phyolscian and
Surgeon in eii!,l I'airish, and roeminend hlm to the
citizels l' I .t Feliliana, (where we understand beh
has located,c ils uch, l,eli oviug him well qualilled.
liayou Hillri. July Gth, 1855.
,lun. I,. Marks, John T. Stnuard,
1,. 1. lirewer, Wm. H. Packle,
Johnl I. llenohaw, C. E. Hoses,
1i. W. C. Jones, Saml. J. P'owell,
Jaol Wi'. ItRolisnson J. B. Wederstrandt,
(deile'I Stueer, Jackson Motley,
.Ilhn Whiteman, Edwin Leet,
A. lrtigue, Louis E. Turner,
Wind. Eaders, David Castle,
.IJarmn P. Harper, Cad. Brodrtoa,
)David Austin, R. C. Wederstraunt,
ff(1 DALS. hbet enld presed Cantor Ofl ,for sae
e 15 I.y I. N. LEMON
A, ' ,A L.. best nu L. er sir, ,) . i y ,
1. N I.Mu:N.
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