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ALL personsbaying claims against the estate of
Danioel Hlolloway, are requested to present them
my attorney,, John IioVea, for 11 uidation, and
those Indebted tLo said eelte, are requbslted to makee
doe 8 DRURY L. BMITH. Administrator.
a=n1isslon Merchant and General Broker,
72 ORAVIER STREET, UP STAIRS.
-TOTM and aeooeptanoes diaeounted. Exchagoe
N and stooks bought and sold.
All orders left with A. Levi Bloom and Co, olin.
to, will be promptly ttended to. deo 8
NAUMAN & STRAU S
Fino Watches, Jewelry, Books, Stationery,
AND FANCY ARTOICLI,
IAVE received from New York, a new and com
plete assortment of Goods, to which they invite
ghe'attentlon or the people of Clinton and vicinity,
sod the ladlies especlally.
WAeTC.a, JEWLstERY, .C. comprising T. T.
Cooper, Tobias, and real Joicph Johnson
movements; Swiss and English Levers, to
gether with a splendid stock of Eastern
JwirtLRn, of the latest style and best finish,
SiVERn & PLATED WARE, all descriptions.
Tou.tr ArrctLas; Perfumery, Hair Oil, P4
nmatum, Fancy Soap and Extracts, direct from
WORK Boxxs, Port Monnaies, Fine Pocket,
CARD CASes; silver, pearl, and shell.
RAzoas a Kivrvs, Rogers' best brand.
Booss, consisting of standard and miscella
Scno,. Boos, recommended for their high
and instructive character.
Poses, of American and British authors.
ŽNovuL.s, latest and best published, with a
great variety of other interesting reading.
Mcsic; a fine lot of sheet music, embracing
pieces from the most gifted composers.
We have suitable arrangements to procure
rooks, so that orders left with us will be
il Watches and Jewelry carefully repair
ed by the best of workmen, and warrnated.
We solicit a share of the public patronage,
feeling convinced we shall be able to give en
I8"Ali articles sold, warranted as repre
sented, or the money refunded.
e Sign of the BIG WATCH, east of the
Public Square, opposite the Post Office.
je 9 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
The State of LoiMiarllna-'Parieh of East Felielana.
7th Iirlict Cour. No. 915s,
In| the ma:ltter of the sulccession of Elizabeth
N purslance of and by virtue of a commis
sion directed to men from the honorable
('ourt ufiresaid, I will offer for sale at public
auction, to the last and highest bidder, at the
last place of residence of said deeeseal, in the
aforsaid P'll'iIsh, on or near the Amii river,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on
TITIFRSDAY, JANUARY 10,'1856,
the following described proparty, belonging to
said succession, to wit:
A CEIRTAINV TRACT OF LAND, con
taining 820 acres, with all the improve
ments thereon, being the same upon which
deceased resided at the time of her death,
situated on the Amitegiver in the afore
said parish, (the boundaries to be more
particularly described on the day'of sale.)
Also, the following described property, to
80 head of cattle,
20 head of sheep,
One hundred and eight head of hogs,
One carriage and harness,
One old wagon,
Far head of horses,
alf lot of Blacksmith's tools,
t of plantation tools,
Oaolot of kitchen furniture,
Five beds and bed clothing,
Six tables, four chairs, and one armoire,
One lot of crockery and cutlery.
TERMS OF SALE.
The tract of Land to be sold on a credit of
one and two years from the day of sale, in
equal Instalments, with interest at eight per
cent per annum from due, payment secured by
special mortgage, and approvsd personal secu
rity; the stock of cattle, sheep, and hogs, one
half CASH; the balance, together with the
balance of the personal property, on a credit
of one year for all stins over ten dollars; ,for
all sums under ten dollars, Cash. Purchasers
to furnish notes, with approved security, to
bear eight per cent interest, after due.
dec 8 JAMES WELSH, Auctioneer.
GARDEN SEEDS FOR 1850,
RAIN1ED AND PUT UP
By the Society of Shakers, Pleasant Hill, Ky.
THOSE sold by regular apVpointed agents, are
SWAIuANTED fresh anid genuine. A large supply
has jeut been received by
I. N. LE.tION.
dl Sole agent for the Parish of East Feleliiana.
ALL persons havling claims against the succession
I or W. W. Moonn, are requetced to present them
to my attornies, John & Charles MeVea, and those
indebted to said succession, are requested to make
deo 1 *]. F. BONNEY, Adm,r.
WHO WANTS THEIR HORSES SHOD?
THE undersigned having engaged a good smith
li pro ared to do all kinds of Ilacksmithing,
also to mi and repair wagons & carriages. Those
wishing aly work In his line are invited to give
him a call at his old stand on the street running
cast from the public square
oct 27 REINHART BOWMAN.
THE exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on Monday, October 22. 1855.
CLARA W. DUNBAR,
cet 20 MARY S. WALL.
The State df Loulataau, Parish of East Fellelana,
soventh Dlstriot Court, No. I285.
In the matter of the succession of 'ndrew J.
DURSUANT to an order of the Honorable
Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a com
mission to me directed, I will offer for sale, at
the late residence of the deceased in this Par
ish, at public auction, on
THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, 1850,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. M., and
sunset of the same day, the following property,
real and personal, appertaining to said succes
sion, to wit:
The home place, known as the " China Grove
Plantation," being the last residence of the
deceased, A. J. Brame, containing about
four hundred and sixty three 25-100 acres,
being bounded on the north by Beaver
creek, south by Lipscomb and Scott, east
by Thomas Lipscomb, and west by Guam &
Also: the following personal property:
Twenty five head of hogs, three mules, five
cows and calves, one sorrel mare, one sorrel
colt, one old carriage, one horse wagon and
gears, three ploughs, a lot of old ploughs,
harrows, &c,, one old buggy, ten empty su
gar hogsheads, a lot of molasses barrells, a
lot of household furniture, a lot of bed
clothes and blankets, one lot of kitchen fur
The crop of Corn and Cotton made in the
- TRMs OF SALE...
The China Grove P'lantation to be sold on
a credit of one, two, and three years, the pur
chase price to bear eight per cent interest
from the day of sale until paid. Payment to
be secured by mortgage, confession of judg
ment, and personal security.
The personal property to be sold on the fol
lowing terms: For all sums of twenty dollars,
and less, for CASH. For all sums over that
amount, a credit of 12 months from day of
sale, with eight per cent interest from day of
sale and with approved personal security.
dec 8 G. W. CATLE''T. Auctioneer.
The State of Loulslana-Parish of East Feliciana.
7th l)istrict Court. Ao. 2404.
In the matter of the succession of W. W.
1) UIRSUANT to an order of the Honorable
Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a com
mission to me directed, I will offer for sale. at
the door of my olfice, in the town of Jackson, in
the Parish and State above named, at public
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1856,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. in., and 4
o'clock, p. in., all the following named proper
ty, appertanining to the said succession, to wit:
ONE HOUUSE AND LOT,
Situate in the town of Jackson. being the sane
recently occupied by the deceased W. W.
Moore as a Provision store.
Also: the undivided one fourth of a famirly of
negroes, the said heing the interest of
said decensed, to the said family of ne
groas, as follows :
Negro woman Jane, and her three children,
Nancy, Edmund, and Allen,
And girls, named Martha and Eliza.
Also: the following personal property, viz:
One pleasure Buggy and harness,
One saddle and bridle,
One bedstead and mattrass,
One sword and epatletts,
One lot of floor matting,
One wash stand, bowl, and pitcher,
One table and two looking glasses,
One lot of bed clothing,
One carpet bag.
TERMS OP HALE.
The personal proporty to be sold on a credit
of twelve months from day of sale, with eiglht
per cent Interest thereon, and approved person
The interest (the one fourth) of the deceas
ed in the negroes, to be sold on a credit of one
and two years, with eight per cent interest,
from the day of sale, and approved personal
And, the IIonse and Lot in Jackson, for
dec 8 G. W. CATLETT, Auctioneer.
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
TO be sold, at publie auction, at the Union Hotel,
in the town of Clinton, on
SATURDAY, December 22, 1855,
all the furniture belonging to this well known estab
lishment, consisting of
Bedsteads, mattrasses, bed clothing, &c.
Dining room furniture, crockery, glass, &c.
Kitchen ware, tables, &c.
Cooking stove, &c., &c.
Being the sane now in use. Persons desirous of
purchasing such ar;icles, will please call and exam
Ine the same, as bargains can be had previous to the
day of sale.
deo 1 WORSHAM & DIXON.
RUNAWAY IN JAIL.
W AS committed to the Parish Jail of Eiat
SFliclana, on the 27th of November. 1855, P
a negro boy who Fays he belongs to lBen Smith, __
living below Jackson, and calls himself JOHN,
Said boy is about 80 years old, 5 feet 9 inches in
height, black color, stout made.
The owner of said negro is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take him
away, or he will be dealt with, according to law.
dee 1 OHAS. SEAMAN, Jailor.
The state of Louisiana, Parish of Bast Fellelans,
seventh Distriot Court, No. 3180.
Timothy O'Callshan vs. Caleb 0, Gayle.
DY VIRTU of a writ of it fl, to me directed, by
. the honorable court afbrmeaid, in the aboveentl.
tied suit, I have seized and will offer for sale at the
door of the court houeo In sid parish, on the
PIRST ATURDAY OPFIANUARY, 1808.
between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clook
P. M., the following property given up by the de.
fendant to satisfy plalutlff's demand and all oota ;
A certain negro woman by the nape of Violet,
and her four children, to-wit: nKalltta, Mar
tin, Adalino, and Jim, all slavas for life.
lns qof Bale-Cash, with the benefit of appralser
dec 1, 1856 B, N. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louinanp-Parish of tast Feliciana.
7th Distriot Court. No. 1449.
Martha Holmes vs. Thomas Alrltton.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Ii. fa. asued in the above
s entitled suit from the honorable court aforesaid.
directed to the sheriff of said parish I have sei-ed
and will offer for sale at the door of te court house
In said parish, on the
FIRST B SITURDAY OF JANUARY,
A. n 1855, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A.x.and
4 o'clock P. x.. all the right, title, Interest, and claim
of the defendant, Thomas Albritton, In and to the
following named and described property, to-wit:
Ole certain negro woman, by the name of
LUCY, of black complexlonl.
Inrou qf Sale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
dec 1, 18l5 II. M. G. BROWN, Sherilf.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of FAst Fellolana,
Seventh Dlistrlct Court, No. 1842.
J. M. Wcscott, Hart, Labatt & Co, transferees, us.
Wm. Lewis, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of 6. fa. to me directed
from the Honorable court aforesaid, in the above
entitled suit, I have seized on and will offer for sale,
at the door of the court house in said parish, on the
FIRST SAT'URDA Y OF JANUARY 1850,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A, L. and 4 o'clock,
P. Y., all the right, title, Interest, and claim of the
defendant, ,Wm. Lewis, in and to the following
named and described property, to wit.
A certain negro man by the name of Stewart,
aged about forty years, of black complexion,
and a blacksmith, by trade.
Term of Bale.--Cash, with the benefit of appraise.
dec 1. 1855 . . G. BROWN, Sheriff.
Tho State of Louisiana, L'arish of East Feliciana,
Seventh District Court. No. 980.
M. ITolmes, Adminlstratrix, vs. J. B. Powers.
BY VIRTUEI of a writ of fl. fa. to me directed,
from the honorable Court aforesaid, in the above
entitled cause, I will offer at sheriff's sole, at the
door of the Court IIouse. In sold Parish. on the
I7RST A.4TURI)A Y IN JANITAR I i 185II,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, n.m.. and 4 o'clock.
p. m., all the right. title. interest, and claim of
the defendant J. B. lowers, in and to thlp fillow
Ing described property, given up by said 1 owres to
satisfy plainltlf"s demand and all costs, to wit:
A certain tract of land, situated, lying and
bcing in said parish, on the Anmite River,
containing (160) ont hundrul and sixty
atres, more or less, bottunded( on the north
by J. B. Powers, ont the east by lands of
IHenry Knox, on the south by lands of Au
gustus Cobb, on the west by lands of James
Booker, or Public land.
Terms of ,Sle.-Cash, with the benefit of appralse
(et 1. 18,135 I. IM. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louslaiana, Parish ofEast Feliciana,
7th )istrict Court. No. 2349.
[n the matter of the succession of Wesley
1)URSUANT to a commnission to me direct
ed, from the honorable court aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
door of the court house, in said parish, on
SA T 'URJ)A Y, Decembn r 8, 1855.
between the hours of 10 A.N. and 4 mP.s , the
following personal piroperty alppertaimning to
thie aforesaid succession, viz.
One gray horse,
One pleasure buggy,
One two year old colt,
One shut gutn,
One pair pistols,
One silver watch,
One pamir saiddle bags,
One man's saddle.
'Terms oj Sale.--Csh.
TIIOS. L. MeG IIEE,
nov 24 Coroner and ex-ofiicio Sheriff,
In the matter of the succession of Benjamin
and Celia Richardson, deceased.
WILL BE SOLD, at the town of Greens.
W Lurg, PIarish of St. Helena, on
MONDAY, December 3, 1855,
the following real and personlal property ie
longing to said succession, viz:
040 ACRES OF LAND,
of excellent quality, with all the improvements
thereon, consisting of a good dwelling, out
buildings, fine gin, &c.
FORTY likely Negroes,
A stock of Hlorses, Mules, HIogs, Cattle,
A large quantity of Corn and Fodder.
TERMS OF SALE.
Slaves to the amount of $8000, to Ie sold
for Cash, to pay the debts. The balance of the
real estate on a credit of one, two, and three
years, with interest after nqaturity until paid,
with mortgage importing confession of judge
ment retained. The personal property on a
credit of twelve months.
nov 24 Administrator.
SALE OF ESTRAYS.
I WILL oiler for sale, at the door of my office, in
the town of Jackson, on
MONDAY' Dcember 10, 1855,
at 11 o'clock, a. m., the following described estray
Mule: One bay mare Mule about 13 hands high,7
years old, branded on the left thigh with the letter B.
Also: a brown mare Mule, about 121 hands high,
7 years old, branded on the left thigh with the let
ter B. Said M3ul.s were strayed before me on the
19th day of May, 1855. by L. S. Austin.
nor 24 G. W. CATLETT. J. P., 34 Ward.
Importer, A.d Wholeale "u Retail Dealer at
Wateh.s, Jeelry OutleY,
GUNS, PISTOLS, &.INOY OODS,'
no. 65 CANAL eSTRE1Na,.
N. B. Watahes and Jewelry carelkly rarewd. .!4
Gold and Silver tolta ,
AWt~ent o Qold, f f ad SIf
t d 6 otaolas to Isnit agle.,
conatantly on and for sa be
&41 WM. SADLER. Brick Row.
i.Y stock of Wines, Brandy, olland Gin, Jaman i
if Rum, all of the finet qlity l.a now obaipplete.
nor 17 H Y Y. BB1OHHNO.
T RAVE mayoral cases of lMat, obolce brahds on
hand. Mn. HNNARY BEEOHUN S,
T New Orleans pr.oe., by
Ano 17 1I?.NRY S. BECUHNO.
ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS,
F O 18b6, just received.
The Golden Gift, The gem of Beauty,
The Home Annual, American Annual,
The American landscapo, Book of Beauty,
Banks or the lhrendywino,The Tbbhubt Blomo,
Loath of Memory, Souvenir Gsaloery
Forget-me-not, B' ook of the Bondoir,
The lodges' (lift, Temperance Gift
The Magnolia. Christian Keepske,
Friendship's Oifiring, Memory's Gift,
The arlund. The Moss Rose,
The Amnr~rn.t'., Token of Friendship,
The Keepike,s, The ladies Wreath,
Romance of American landscape, ,
Album of the East,
All bound in the best of taste, and st)tI for ale
by L N. LEMON.
BREAD! BREAD II
TlER auubsriber bakes every morning. He will
feel a pleasure in serving, at their residences
all those who may favor him with their patronage.
All orders left at the store will be promptly at
tended to. lie will give as much bread for a dolls
as anuy other house. WM. GURNE'Y.
illabitants of East Feliciana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
be commencuevd business in Clinton. and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting ou his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
11. S. l3utcual o is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every article in the D)rug
business, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquahituance with ohem
isty in all its branches, merely requests a trial as a
test of his qualifications. An accurate analysis of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those desi
rouns of having it muade.
I'IIYvCIASN's Pul.csIIr'roxus are dspnseld with
nentness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling. and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest branlds of Wines
ald Spirits, on hand, for KNmeOi, ui.nrses, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Pnrter, (first rate
quality,) continnally coming to hand.
11. S. Ii. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantities of Driugs he has received aIntely.
feuring ih miight possibliy i iilai-rute it, ainud ntt do
hlilsell the justicle lie is so anxiously sltking.
HIENIIY H. iISEE'IIIENO & CO.
Clhnllnn, Lall.. Oclt. ~, 13'L.1.1.
±100 LIlS. BACON, consisting of clear andi rib
IJ0U hbed sides, for s.lo low, by
hnv 10 VWM. GURNEY.
NEVW BUCK WHEAT.
IRIII ipotatoes, cheese, onilons, sour kront, anud
sundry other articles, for dale by
Nov 2 J. l. )AiAhION9
A N active honest men in each section bf the state,
. to take ordtl s by 'samnple' for lldpeuu's Mdlnetic
To aciuve m.i a salary or $Oo you,, nld a snmnit
commission will be paid. "Sulary payable mouth
ly." lFor partculars add'ress I)r. M. Vr.i.inva, 42&
iroadway, cliclosing stamp to prl-paLy answelr, i17
A LL persolns who ure Indebted to thI estate of R.
A IW. iand Mary Newport, will please to make pay.
ent. 'rhose who have ciuelnms Wagainst the estate will
resent tlhem N . NE IT, Afr lemnnt.t.
nov 3 S1MPHSON WY. NEWPORT, Agent.
I)ISSOLUTION O(F PAI'TNEIRNIS1 IP.
fV111 pllartnelrship existing between Mr. E. l. Pottias
I d Sarah A. Nicholls, of Clinton, La., under the
nmie and style of Mrs. S. A. Nicholls &, Co., for the
purpo!se of trlansactlng a general Fancy i)ressUoods
and Millinery bIusaies, has boea dissolved thWh Ilrst
day of November. 18M5.
'lhe businless will be continued by Mrs. Sarah A.
Nicholls in her own name, she hereby assuming the
paymeat of all debts contracted by the firm. All
oitstalndinlg debts and book accounlts due to tbe late
firm are to be collected bIy the said Mrs,. S. A. Nich
olls, uld who alone Is authorized to collect ond re
ceive Ilnim, anld to lie the Iname of the late firm in
lihllidatioir and settlemenit of all claima.
Signed this tenth day of November, 1855.
HAltAll A. NICIIOLLS,
nov 17 E. II. I'ETTIS8I.
SUGAR CURED IAhMS.
A LOl or sugar cured 11AMIS, on Ihand and for
Auc by WM. GURNEY.
SLI ptron. Indebtcud to the cetate of Mary Kel
leIy are notiiced to make I mmmeedirte paymentll to
ine, or my uttoruics, John & arles McVea, andut
thlose hlaviing eldias uaglarnt the estatti, will preseut
thorn, duly authont icntoi, for liq uidtlon.
nov 3 ALFIEI) HAZAItI), Adm'r.
General Agent and Collector.
W.ILL, attend to the posting of books, nlakilg out
accounts, collecting the same, and all other
business connected therewith.
Refers to Mills, Cleveland & Co., Clinton.
W. W. Chapman & Co.,
" MiicajabI lurris. New Orleans. nov 3
JUST received, superior Oats. For sale by
J. G. DeARMtONI).
LINSEYS, and Kerseyn, just received, and for sale
by J, G. DeAlRtMONI).
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDERS.
JUST received, a great variety of Pens, P'enccs,
and Pen holders, of every shape and kind. Eve
ery body can be suited. Call and buy.
oct 1l I. N. LEMON.
OCKET aud Table Cutlery,just received and Ior
P sale by J. . DeARMIOND.
1 il -,NW OflW A PACOKET.
ToE and all BsItArDiatn pl Cpt.a
W JWI'atcua I ttto d to ibut'geNiwimtas&
every aturda stealfor Wll am,.,
pport, touuhin ll 1 n M lottielr
Msre Itayou 8 ý'IM
of Ill Car fro kr ot il toaatag~aaaM. Port Eid
son ad all intermediae k n
. Il'artioular atttntion pat to t OI is°rd
landing of =a enaere and way ftsltl s e Eu..
of the day and
TgtFhf"t . t
F erOPN. h Oabrjludkbaf. H, f. m
will leave Port Brud va a
Dar atter tb. e nivl oýlb. C, taking Cellos s$
UIF3 Y oent. per bale. Pemae, i4. oo12
w HAYING resoined the u -
mont of the Mal . t l. Ja
the undersigned would r ioeM tI* .
travelling public, that his Ooao. y
each way, EVERY DAY IN TI WE
excepting Sundays, leaving Clinton sad It..
Rouge, at 9 o'clock, a.V.
From Clinton to Fram Baton Rouge, td
Baton Rouge,..$8 00 qilaton,...... .$ QO
Jackson,.. v... 1 00 Jackson ......
Mt. Willing,... 9 00 Mt. Willing,.. 9
Plains, ....... 50' Plains, ....... 1'
u..Every attention paid to the comfort sad '
convenienco of paesongers.
war 24 WM. ELDER.
PORT HUDSON HOTEL.
" M.,VINt taken this well known bhoanesse q
occupied by Mrs. Willison, the ueand . l .
prepared to receive and and seoonmodate *td tfr
oiling public, and the cltisenes I general. ill t
ble will be well furnished, and no effort shall be
wanting, on his part to render general satisfaotlon.
oct It R. VANBIOKlJ,3
The Union Hotel.
N. E. CORNER OF THEI PUBLIS IQUAR,
r|AVING thoroughly repaired anad refur
I uilshed this popular and well knowurhot.,
the undersigned are prepared to receive Bfea4s
err and entertain Travellers. Their table will
be furnished with the best the market can af
ford, and no pains or exertions will be spared
to please and acconlnodate those who may
favor them with their patronage.
LI VERY STABLES.
Connected with th, Hotel is a large and
oumy stablce. Every attention will be plad to
hlorses pilced at livery.
Horses, B3uggies, and Carriages, for hire.
a14 WOR4IIAM & DIXON.
The Killian Hou-e.
N. W. COILNERt OF THE PUBLIC SQUARB,
TiJllR well known estabhlshmnent in now opDe
L for tihe recepltion of Boarders a|ul the o.
comilodlatfion of 'Travellers.. Theo Iouso has
m11dergonte t lhorough rCnovattioIn, anld is now
in coiiiplete order, atmi thle proprietor will spare
lcitiher linlills or mlon(ey in rendering it a deyi
rullce retreat for all who manny favor him with a
Thelre in a largeo ad comrmodious STABLYU
attached to the premiies, idl good and atten
tive grooms EVA NS WIIITE.
MIILLS, (LE'l1\'LND, & Co.
Provision and Grooory Store.
) EPI'ECTI'FU LLY inform their friends and
1i tlh trading lpulic, that they have on hand
t large and comprlpte stock of
OROCEIIlES & PROVISIONS,
together with a well hslected assortment of
Dry Goods, Hfats, Boots, Slhoes, Ialrlware,
and in fact every article liI demand, for Family
or Plantation use.
They nre preqcared to make advances on
Cotton consigned to OAKEY& IIAWKINS,
and to afford all the facilities usual In their
linM of bu)IinesI . a14
IHOME MANUFIACTORY OF WAG
ONS, C(ARTS, &c. &c.
.. I CA- 3"Y"T,
C ONTINUIES to carry on the
WIIIvU.J.WHIt'r buslnesl in all
of its vario us I4l'ran.lllls.
lie has on hanld a large as'ortmcut of supe
rior well seasoned matrtial, and 'all orders for
work will beo extscllted with iromptness, and
in a workttanklik, mtnne.u r.
ItRepiring of all kinlds done ilmmediately.
Ills shop is itlilladiately opplositc he stables
of the Union Hlotel,, it 14
1JLAUC KMITH IN(I.
SI A VIE etnigaged a competellt work
I man, and will p)eronally .,e tlhat all
wood work done bIy 1me is properly iron.
ed. All orders for BIlacksmith work will be
pron"itly attendoed to and faithfully executed.
Il;l:,at, ol hand nod for salo.
jo 9 ItluCIAtD IGIOBY.
ONI hundred coil maehline RInpe, just reeelved,
[llJl), CLIiVELANID & Oo.
SMIII, GLEVEILAND Co.
T 1IAVI a11 ali CCoIId' iiid d douuble Harness, fib
1J i'0 K~pmir of' largo borsc., which I will Kull lwI
or oub. FRITZ, th. &idle.
I' OR AL2 , by the1 KIebHcriber, the celeb~rited1 Gin
gor l slldy, an oxcellent StoflLuoiic, zundI for per
eonH uiiiiotd with the D)yspcrwia, It Is valualelo.
jell _ _0. GURNEY.
A FIULI supply or pure Liquiors, for medicinal
IINPN, just recyived ad foJIr sale by
oct('LJ LANG WOII'IIY & TILDON.
U L(YVI` I jN41d 1IAi1'VS, BOOT'S, & SHOES.
r E Ii LATEST styli's of filnet material and beat
I floish, on hand and for sale hE .
Ln 1 l'l WWS, qUsL Itty NI). r sal .
SUUZS. Liwe) Juice, best quality, for vale is 'T3U)S