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B THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT.
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--TATE RIGHTS. TERMSB.-$ PER YEAR.
YOL. I. CLINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1856. NO. 44.
m 'l n nlrl , · · . I I . .
YTs "FELICIANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub.
ishbed every WDNaMDaoY AND SATURDA, at THREE
Dollars per annum, payable In advance. Two cop.
Lr will be furnished for FIVE DOLLARS.
AovanrSMreares Inserted at One Dollar per square
(T W E LV E lines or Ic.e,) for the first insertion,
sad fifty cents for each subsequent one.
The Fee for announcing a candidate for office will
be TEN Dollars, payable in advance.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
Jorw McVaA,Clinton. CuAs. McVEA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON A JACKSON. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & oounsellor at Law,
PRACTICES In the Parlshes of East and West
Fellolana. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WTILL attend business In East and West Fellclans
and St. Helena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OIczE: LMAIN STREET.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
ITSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt
Jly attended to.
Rrrvcnnefcs.--M..ers. Oakey At Hawkins; J. II,
Byrae & Co.; New Orleans. a 14
IIAYNES & EILLIS,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
_JAI. n. ? Q!'A. J. n. rxInoR.Cs.
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
SRACTICE In the courts of 1E t and West Fellci
ana. and t. IIrlena. a 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TI11 uinderrignedl , having entlred ilto partlership
.I. in the practice of their profession, will attend to
all business entrusted to them in the parish of East
And, to any hlusness, entrusted to either. in the
adjacent Parfishes, they will attend sPparately.
Oler, in Clinton, La. JAMIIS I. MUilSE,
a 14 ID. C. IIAII)DEE.
D. 13. SAMFO(RD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WILI. alttend to any protfe,!onrnl hli.in.ro entrulst
ed to him in Ea~it and Wnt FIeliians. IEnt
Baton IRoge, and fit. IIOelenn IPrieIn. Je9
Justice of the Peace & Notary 'Publio,
Offe on. the North side of the Pl'hlic Square.
Notary Publio and Auotioneer.
W ILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care.
Orv c : North East corner of the Public Sqnaro
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
CONTJNUES the practleo of his profession, and
Srespectfully tenders his services to the citizens
of Clinton and viclnity. a 14
aprll 14 JACKSON, LA.
HARRIS & LEVI,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 89 CARONDELET STREET,
W ILL at all times be prepared to furnish supplies
at the lowest market rates, and grant reasoua
able facillties to those doing business with them.
Soliciting patronage, they promise their personal
attention to all business intrusted to them. Jan 19
AKEIY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 GRAVIEI STREET,
B IG to offer their services to I'lanters and Mber
1 chats, and promise attention and promptnesstc
l teonslgnments ountrusted to their care. a 14
A. M. DALEY. E. r. A. TI.I.ALLARIE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
67 Tehoupltoulas Street,
WM. KEIRNA GIAN,
Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Watohes, Jqwelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PISTOLS, & FANCY GOODS,
NO. 65 CANAL STREET,.
N. B. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. al4
General Agent and Colleotor.
W ILL attend to the posting of books, making out
accounts, collecting the same, and all other
busineaa connected therewith.
lefera to Mills, Cleveland & Co., Clinton.
W. W. Chapman & Co.,
Micajah Harris, New Orleans. nov 3
SUCOIBSFULLY TREATED BY INHALATION OF
MEDICATED VAPORS, BY
JOHNSON STEWART ROSE, Fellow of the Royal
College of Physicians and for years, senior Phy.
solas In the London Royal Inirmary for the disea.
ses of the luangs.
In this age of progress, medical science has oon
tributed her full share to the general welfare, and
that which shines resplendent, the brightest jewel in
her diadem, Is Medicated Vapor Inhalation, in the
treatment of consumption and kindred afflictions;
the treatment heretofore pursued has been faulty
and wofilly inefilent; the stomach being made the
receptacle of nauseous compounds, oils, and a host
of other nostrums; all these being expected to act
upon the lnngsl the failure to eradicate. or even to
stop the ravages of the disease, in nearly every case
of well developed consumption, is surely warning
enough to the consumptive toshun such a treatmeat.
The disease is not In the stomach, but in the Lungs!
common sense will then at once teach you that med.
iolne applied in the form of Vapor directly to the
diseased surface of the lungs, will be far more ef
aectual in removing the disease than medicine taken
Into the stomach. In treating diseases of the lungs,
the success of the Medicated Vapor Inhalation ex
eeeds my most sanguine expectations, and I earnest.
iy appeal to the Intelligence of all afflicted, or who
ma have the germs of the disease within them, to
,m race at once the soothing, healing and successul
system of Medicated Vapor Inhalation, as the only
Ark of Refuge for the consumptive. I offer to put
it within the reach of all. and can so arrange it that
the invalid is never required to leave home, where
the hand of friendship and affection tends so much
to aid the physician's efforts. Where there is life
there is now assured hope for the most seemingly
hopeless eases, as throughout all thefstages of this
insidiusw disease, the wonderful and benefcial effects
of this treatment are soon apparent. In cases of
Blronchitis, Asthma, &c.. the inhaling orpowders and
vapors has been eminently successful, and to those
suffering under any of the above mentioned com
plaints. I can guarantee certain and speedy relief. I
have pleasure in referring to 207 names, residents of
New York and neighberhood, who have been resfo
red to vigorous health. About one third of the
abhore mentioned, according to the patient's own
statements, were considered hopeless cases.
The Inhalution method is soothing, safe and spee
dy, and consists in the administration of medicine In
such a manner that they are conveyed in the form of
vapor and produce their action at the seat of disease.
Its practical success is destined to revolutlonize the
opinion of the medical world, and to establish the
entire curability of consumption.
Applicants will please state if they have ever bled
from the lungs, if they have lost flesh, have a congh.
night sweats and fever turns-what and how much
they expectorate, what the condition of the stomach
and bowels; the necessary medicine, apparatus, Ac.
will be forwarded to any part.
Te.nus.-Five dollars, consultation fee. Balance
of fee payable when patients report themselves con
nvECosMvNfATIoN Op PHIYiICIAXS.
We. the undersigned practitioners i medicine,
cheerfully and heartily recommend Dr. Ilose's meth
od of treating diseases of the lungs and thorax. asithe
best and most effectual ever Introduced into medical
practice. Our convictions are based upon having
several of our own patients. conflrmed consump
tives, restored to vigorous health, aftera few months
trcntment by l)r. Rose. In the above named disea.
es, the application of Medicated Vapors inhaled dl.
rectly into the lungs, may justly be considered as
a great boon to suflfring humanity, rendering con
sumptlon a perfect curale disease!
D)r. Rose deserves well of his profession for his
unwscarled labors in bringing the inhaling method
to such a degree of perfectloln.
ltLr.rn STo.Nr, M. M.
JAMus A. Morr, M. D.
Cvnrs Kr%,(so.c.Y. M. M.
We. B. AustrN, M. I).
Oltnvlt.r. U'rson, M. D.
GAI.viNs W11ETuoue, M. D.
Dr. Rose's 2lratisson Consumption-price one dollar.
Address JOHINSON STIEWAIRT ROiE,
381 Broadway, New York.
N. B.-The new postage law requires pre-payment
of letters. Mycorrespondence being extensive, ap
plicants to insure replies must enclose postage.
.M oney letters must be registered by the Post
master, such letters only being at my risk. Jiun 5
UWE RYS. BEtEC 0 begs to
a thank to is fend and the
Inhabitants of East Fellclana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
be commenced bnslnessin Clinton, and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
II. 8. BEecetiEo in fully prepared to supply plant.
ers, and all others with every artlcle in the Drug
business, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with chem
isty In all Its branches, merely requests a trial as a
test of hinqualiflcations. An accurate analysls of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those deal.
rous of having it made.
PIYesICIAN's PIESC(RIPTIONS are disponsed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for MECAion ilRroars, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Porter, (first rate
quality,) continually coming to hand.
11. S. B. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantities of Drugs he has received lately.
fearing lie might possibly UNDxn-rate It, and not do
himself the justice he is so anxiously seeking.
HiENRY F. BEECHIENO & CO.
Clinton, La., Oct. 13, 1826.
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE.
I OFFER, at private sale, the place where I now re
_ side, situate in the Parish of East Felliana, on
the waters of Bluff Creek, ten miles south east of
the town of Clinton, containing two sections, with
all the Improvements thereon, consisting of a good
dwelling, out houses. gin and mill, 240 acres being
cleared; the place Is a healthy location, well tim
bered and watered, and is as desirable as any in the
parish. Elther one or both sections will he sold, to
suit purchasers. Also: that fine trnct of land, on
which the. late Ellzabeth Chaney resided. sold at
Probute sale on the 24th November last, situate or,
the Amite river, in the abhovenamed Parish. 13 miles
from the town of Clinton, containinig 640 acres
good dwelling, gin, negro cabins, and other out,
houses, between two and three hundred acres being
open and under good repair. For terms apply to
the undersigned, on the premis.-s.
deo 15 DAVID M. CIIANEY.
TRY h Measures, for sale by
The State of Lonislana-Parish of heat lPeUoiana.
7th District Oourt
Philip Huff vs. [2026 W. G. McEwee,
L. H. DeArmond v,  W. G. oBiwee.
Hugh .,,cas vs. i 3 L. B1ll, W. Ourney,
Adm'r. & W. . McEIwee, warantor,
DY VIRTUE of a writ of f.1. luased la the above
entitled suit, from the honorable court afroessd,
directed to the sheriff of said pari., I will olbr for
ale at the door of the Court 1ouse in the town of
Clinton, on the
FIRST SA TURDA D Of MARR
A. D. 1856, between the hours of 11 of 11 'clok, A. . ad
4 o'clock, r.M., all the right, title, nlaterost and claim
of tie defendent W. G. McElwee in and to the fol.
lowing desorlbed property, to wit
The undivided one half of six honrsed and forty
(640) acresof Land, situated lying and
being in said Parish, about two miles east of
the town of Clinton, being thast part of said
tract on which the residence of said McEl
wee is situated. Bounded, on the north, by
Bennett and Haynes; east by Davis and
Hays; south by Hardesty and Nettles; and
west by Haynes and M. Harris, with all the
rms qf Sale.--Cash, with the benefit of appral s
went. B. N. G. BRO
jan 26, 1856 Sherff.
The State of Louislans-Parish of East elicilana.
7th District Court. No. 2428.
A. D. Palmer vs. Moses Bloom.
BY VIRTUE of an order of seizure & sale iased in
the above entitled suit from the honorable court
a foresaid, directed to the sheriff of said parish, I
have seized and wilFoffer for sale at the door of the
court house in said parish, on the
FIRST SATURDA Y OF ABRCH,
A. D 1856, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A.. and
4 o'clock r. x.. all the right, title, interest, and claim
of the defendont, Moses Bloom, in and to the fol
lowing named and described property, to-wit:
A certain lot of ground in the town of Olinton,
Parish aforesaid, having a front of seventyfive
(75) feet, by a depth back of three hundred
(300) feet, the lot having a front towards
the Methodist church; and being the same
purchased by M. Bloom of F. Hardesty, to
gether with all the improvements thereon,
and all the rents and revenues arising there
hrms qf Sale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
Jan O96 1856 B. N. G. BROWN. Sheriff
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Foliclana.
seventh District Court. No. 1842,
J. Mi. Trescott,, Hart, Lalbatt & Co. transferees, vs.
Wm. Lewis, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of A. 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 SATURDA Y OF MARCH, 1856,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A, M. and 4 o'clock,
r. x., all the right, title, interest, and claim of the
defendant, WVm. 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 qf Sak.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
Jan 26, 1856 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Loulsiana, Parish of East Feliclana
seventh District Court, No. 1705.
Brewster & Co. vs. 1'. J. Harbour.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of f. fa. to me directed,
from the honorable Court aforesaid, In the above
entitled cause, I will offer at sheriff's sale, at the
door of the Court House, in said Parish, on the
FIRST SATURDA Y IN MARC!!, 1850,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, a.m.. and 4 o'clock,
Pa. m., all the right. title, interest, and claim shat
'leasant J. Harbor has In and to the following na
med and described property, to wit?
Three hundred (800) acres of Land, more or
less, lying on the waters of Black creek, in
said Parish, and bounded as follows, to wit:
north, by Powell and Kennedy: south, by
Miller; west, by Leslie- and east, by Black
creek; together with all the improvements
thereon, and all the rents and revenues ari
erms of &ale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
Jan 26, 1856 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Ieoulsiana, Parish of East Fllcilana.
Justice Chase's Court, (late Justice Carman'a),
Thomas Adams vs. Worsham & Dixon.
DY VIIRTUE of a writ of II. fa. to me directed by
the honorable court aforesaid, in the above eun
titled suilt, I have seized on and will offer for sale at
the court house door, in the town of Clinton, on the
FI71ST 8ATUIlUA Y IN MARCII,
A n., 1856, between the hours of iI o'clock A.M. and 4
o'clock e.M.: all the right, title, Interest and claim,
Thomas J. Worsham & James M. Dixon have in and
to the following named and described property:
One town lot in the town of Clinton, in said
Purish, known and designated on the figura
tive plihn of said town, aus lot No. 1, in square
No. 6, with all the bufldings and improve.
ments theron, said property being known as
the Union Hotel, situated on the north east
corner of the Public Square of said town.
7erms of Sale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
mont. B. M. G. BROWN,
jan 26, 1.6 Sheriff.
FOR SALE OR LEASE-THE KIL.
1POSSESSION to be given on the let of January.
S- For terms apply to
d 22 I. SKIPWITII.
I. N. LEMON.
POCKET and Table Cutlery,just received and for
sale by _J. G. Dr.ARMOND.
OPY BOOKS, with and without coples. for sa.e
I by I, N. LIMON.
The State of L.oeulra. Parlsh of East E dlolaus.
7th DIstriot Court. No. mua.
In the matter of the sueoession of Samul Barrell,
NTOTICI Is hereby given, that the admlnltratkrx
L of the snooeeson aforesaid, hu filed In this
court, an account of her administration, which will
be homolo ted after the delays rcqaired by law,
unless E opposlUon be filed thereto.
feb 3, I6 H. I KIPWITf , D'y Clerk.
The State of Louisans, Parish of Beat rellolaum,
7th District Court. No. St.
hNOTICB Is hereby given, that John MoKowen bLe
n led in this court, an account of his tutorship of
the minot ehildren of John N. Pharoc, deceased,
which will be homologated in thirty days after the
publication of this notlee, unless logat opposlilon
be fled thereto.
jan SO, 1866 H. SKIPWITH, Dep. Clerk.
The state of Louisiana, Parish of East Felloai
seveath Distrlct Court, No.1997.
TOTIOU is hereby given.that William M. Jolk
Shas filed in this court his final account and t
Mble as executor of Mrs. Catherine Jolks, deces
e:, which will be homologated in thirty days afte.
the publication of this notice unleu legally opposed
jan 1L WM. PATTERSON. Clerk.
THE STATE OF LOUIBIANA, SBeenthJulloial
retain or masi nrLttoNA. District Court.
TOTICE is hereby given that David Smith hasuled
N In this court. a Anal account of his administra
tion of Basil and Elisabeth Lloyd, deceased, which
will be homologated in ten days after the publica
tion of this notice, unless legal opposition be filed
feb 9, 1856 WM. PATTERSON, Clerk.
PAY YOUR STATE TAXES!
N OTICE is hereby given that I have rccelved the
TAX RoLL of 1885, for the Parish of .pat Felici
an. I shall require prompt payment of the Taxes
thereon, and the law in relation to the Tax on trades
and professlons will be strictly enforced:
B. M. 0, IIROWN.
Clinton, Jan. 5, 1850. SB-tr
T HEsubscrlbers have this day cntered into co
partnership under the name and style of 11AWI
118 & LEVI, for the purpose of transacting a Cot
ton Facterage and General Commision Business.
New Orleans, Jan. 1. 1855.
FOR SALE, by the subecribcr, the celebrated GOin
' ger Brandy, an excellent stomachic, and for per.
aone alicted with the Dyspepsla, it is valuable.
j:9 WM. GUIINEY
A FRESH supply of pure Liquoru, for medlcinal
Suses, Just received nd for sale by
oct 20 LANGWOIRTI Y & TILDON.
H R. DOLBEAR, from his Academy In New Or
l oans, will give one course of LESSONi IN
WRITINt, in Clinton, to begin on T'v.s.oY, the
12th Inst,, at 9 o'clock, A.x,, In the room adjoiulng
Mr. Ilill's school house, opposite the linptist church.
As Mr. D's other engagements will allow him to
remain but a short time in Clinton, all who wish to
join his Class, should do so without delay. Those
who choose to do so can finish their lessons in ONIE
Instead of teaching Penmanship as an ;mitative
Art, an experience of twenty years has enabled him
to reduce t to the certainty of a Scienee, so that. be
ing guided by knowledge, instead of rtando practice,
pupils from 9 to 60 years of age, can In a short
time, learn to write with eae, elegance, and rapidity.
A LOT of flue Bulk Pork, conslsting of sides and
hams, for sale by WMI, GUIRNEY.
BARCLAY and Perkin's Loudon Porter, for sale
by the subscriber. WM,. GUItNIY.
CLINTON MALE ACAI)EMY.
Illl8 Institution will open on Monday next, the
10th of December, In which will be taught a
thorough course of English, Classical, and Maths
Terms, $15, $20, and $25 per asesion of five
months, payable monthly in advance. iEach pupil
will be required to furnish his own chair,
de .8-2m W. IIALL. A. M.
Gold and Silver Spectaoles,
A WELL BELIETED) and superior asn
4@ . e sortment of Gold, slilver, and toeel
rimmed Spectacles to suit all ages,
constantly on hand and for sale by
a 41 WM. 8ADLER, Brick Row.
WHO WANTS THEIR HORSES SHOD?
T lE undersigned having engaged a good smith
is prepared to do all kinds of Blucksmithing,
also to make and repair wagons & carriages. Thoseu
wlshlng any work in his lino are invited to give
him a call at his old btaud on the street running
east from the public square
oct 27 REINHART BOWMAN;
C OME and see our extonslve stock of Fancy Goods.
Cloth, tooth, and unal Brushes, Combs, ko.
Also: a floe lot of
OI1 PAINTINGO, just received and for sale by
deo 8 NAUMAN & STItAUS8.
MY rtock of Wlues, Brandy, Holland Gin,Jamal..
Rum, all of the finent quality, is now complete.,
nuv 17 IIhNRY S. BECIIENO.
TIIE undersigned has the following varietles of the
most dollclous syrops, viz.
VANILLA, ORANGE, LEMON, GINGER, BA4A.
NA PEAR, re. ¢4e.
which he offers at a lower rate than any other house,
and in quantities to suit the buyer.
Je 2 WM. (IURNWY.
BREAD ! BREAD Il
THE subscriber bakes every morning. lie 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. He will give as much bread for a dollar
an any other house. WM. GURNEY.
WINES, CUORDIALS, & LIQUORS.
[CALL and examine the subec.aber's stock of Wines,
SCor4ials, and Ltgners. WM. (VR.lWY.
The SLat o Lolasjea Paesh of east Feleam.-
Sth Distriet oourt. . 1088.
In the matter of the mceeson of Jane Drhwr,
AUTHORISBD b a commission to me dli
reoted in the above cae, I will sell at
public auootin , at the ias pla of .reden of
deceased, n said Parih, on
TUBBDAY, iarh it, 1864,
at 11 o'elok, a m., the tollowng propeuIy
appertaining to said succesion, to wit s
STract of Land, containing four hundred
and twenty (490) acres, on which the
deceased, Mrs. Jane Drehor re.ded with
her husband at the time of her death.
Negro woman Jane, aged 86 years, and her
Nero boy Ban, (defective) aged 1 years.
girl Charlotte, aged 18 years,
rl Susan, " 9 i
y Toby, " 6 "
'" girl Mnad, " 30 5
I head of stock cattle,
1 yoke of oxen,
45 head of hogs,
9 head of horses,
'1 head of hogs,
1 ox wagon,
Farming utensils, &c.
A lot of household furniture and kitchen
TEUYn OF BALr.
The land and slaves on a credit of one, two,
and three years, eqaal instalments, purchasers
to consent that a mortgage be retained on the
property by recording the proces verbal of
sale in the mortgage records of this parish,
and opproved pjersonal security, to sign with
them their respective adjulcations to bear eight
per cent interest per annum from the day of
The personal property, for all sums under
ten dollars, cash ; for all sums of ten dollars
and over, a credit of one year, purchasers to
give their notes, with approved personal seen
rity, with eight per cent iuterest from the day
feb 0, 1866 B. I. G. BROWN, SAri..
The State or Louisiana, Parish of Eust Feollohnl.
7th Distrlot court. No. 1201.
In the matter of the succession of Emily Maya.
PURSUANT to a commission to me direct
ed by the IIonoralle court aforesaid, hero
In, I will sell at pubhle unction, in front of the
Court House, in the town of Clinton, on
T'UESDA Y, March 11, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. im., the following property ap
pertaining to said succession, to wit:
Negro girl Barbary, aged about 14 years,
" boy William, " 15
" woman Cell, " 29 "
" girl Mary Ellon, " 9
" boy Lewis, " 14
o" hy Shepherd, " 6
" boy Peter Jonson, " 19 "
TERMS OP LIAI,..
One third cash, and the remainder on a
credlit of one,, two, and three years, with eight
per ceit interest from the day of sale. Pur
chasers to give good pIersonal security, and cont
sent that a mortgage importing a confesslon of
judgment he retained to secure the payment of
the price and interest.
feb 9, 18560 1, M. G. BROWN, Shericf.
The State of leultslaa, I'arlsh of Jast Follciana.
7th Distrlct Court, No. 1955.
In the matter of the succession of Martha
IN OBEDIENCE to an order and authoriz
ed by a commission to me directed from thbo
Ilotnorabl court aforesaid, in the case above
recited, I will sell at public auction at the door
of the Court house in the aforesaid Pariah. on
TUENDAY, March 11, 1866,
at 11 o'clock, a. m., the following described
prolperty, appertaining to said succuesion, to
Negro slave Cyrus, Kate, Alsep, Marth, lit.
tle Maria, John, and Ann.
TERMS OF BAL,.
A credit of one, two, and throe years with
two approved personal securities, and a mort
gage, with confession of judgment, to
tained on the property,-the purchase price to
boar eight per cent interest from the day of
feb 9, 1856 B. M. B. BROWN,'Sherj.
A N excellent stomachilo and tonic, for sale by
aug4 LANGWORTIIY & TILDON
O F all kinds and qualities, a complete assortment,
on hand. J. G. DsARMOND.
C LOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, & 8HOBS.
rilLE LATEST styles of finsest material and best
L gllsh, on hand and for sale by
12 MILLS, UL NELAN1, & So.
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDERS.
JUST received, a great variety of Pens, Penole,
J and Pen holders, of every shape and kind. Eve.
ry body can be suited. Call and buy.
eet 1 3 I. N. LlMON.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
ON hand, and tir sale, a fine assortment of Groce.
Vres and Provisions, which will be sold low lto
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