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THE FELICIANA DEM
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTIONI.--TATE RIGHTS. I .i..: .,Ii$.
VOL. I. . CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY RORNING, MARGH 186. I,2 18. 4.,
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
Joan MOVan, Clinton. COse. MoVNA, Jackson,
JOHN & CHARLES MoVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Ahttorney & counsellor at Law,
DRACTIC1 In tie PariAhes of Bst and Wels
Seliolana. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsllor at Law,
WILL attend basines in East and West Feliclana
T and St. Helona. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
Orrinc: MAIN STErr.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
Attornue and ounsellors at Law,
DUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt
. ly attended to.
RarsaarUos.-Mesurs. Olkey & Hawkins; J. B.
Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. . a 14
HAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Coounelelr at Law,
JAS. 0. FUQUA. J. 0. KII1l.nolN.
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICE In the courts of East and West FellcI
ana. and t. Helena. a 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
THE undersigned, having entered into partnership
in the practice of their profession, will attend to
all busianes entrusted to them in the parish of East
And, to any business, entrusted to either, in the
adjacent Parishes, they will attend separately.
Olce In Clinton, La. JAMES II, MUSE,
a 14 D. C. IIARDEE.
D. B. SAMFORD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
W ILL attend to any professional ,nsiness entrust.
ed to him inll East and West Feliclana, East
Baton Rouge, and St. Helena Parishes. je9
Justioe of the Peace & Notary ;Public,
Omee on the North side of the Public Square.
Notary Public and Auotioneer.
W ILL attend promptly toAll business entrusted
to his care.
Orrice: North East corner of the Public Sqanre
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
CONTINUES the practice of his profession, and
respetfllUy tendershhis services to the citizens
of Clinton and vicinity. a 14
april 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 reasona
able facilities to those doing business with them.
Soliciting patronage, they promise their personal
attention to all business intrusted to them. Jan 19
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 GRAVIER STREET,
DEGQ to offer their services to Planters and [Mer
ohants, and promise attention and promptness to
all osnsignments entrusted to their care. a 14
5.. . DALUT. 5. 5. A. TALLARIE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commnulson k Forwarding Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE - DEALERS IN
67 Tchoupitoulas Street,
Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PISTOLS, & FANCY GOODS,
NO. 65 CANAL STREET,.
N. B. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. al4
BREAD! BREAD ii
TZHIE subscriber bakes every morning. He will
.L 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 n dollar
as any other house. WM. GURNEY.
GARDEN SEEDS FOR 1858,
RAISED AND PUT UP
By the Society of Shakers, Pleasant H1ill, Ky.
THOSE sold by regular appointed agents, are
h- WARRANTED fresh and genuine. A large ýapply
has jest been received by
I. IN. LEMON.
Id Sole agent for the Parish of East Felicians.
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY INHALATION OF
MEDICATED VAPORS, BY
JOINSON STEWART ROSE, Fellow of the Royal
SCollege of Physicians and Ifor years, senior P'hy
sicia In the London Royal Infirmary for the disea
ses of the lungs.
In this age of progress, medical science has con
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 amietlons;
the treatment heretofore pursued has been faulty
and wofully inefficient; the stomach being made the
receptacle of nauseous compounds, oils, and a host
of other nostrums; all these being expected to act
upon the lungsI 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 consuthlptlve to shun such a treatmeat.
The disease is not in the stomach, but In the Lungs /
common sense will then at once teach you that med
Icine applied in the form of Vapor directly to the
dlseased surface of the Ilngs, will he far more ef
fectual in removing the disease than medicine taken
into the stomach. In treating diseases of thie lungs.
the success of the Medicated Vapor Inhalation ex
seeds my most sanguine expectations, and I earnest
iy appeal to the Intelligence of all afflicted, or who
may have the germs of the disease within them,' to
emlrace at once the soothing. healing and successful
systenm 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 physiecan s efforts. Where there Is life
there is now assured hope for the most seemingly
hopeless eases, as throughout all the'stages of this
insidious disease, the wonderful and beneficial effects
of this treatment are soon apparent. In cases of
Itronchitis, Asthma. &e.. thie nhaling ofpowders and
vapors has heen eminently neecessful, and to those
siullering und-er any of the above mentioned com
plaints. I can guarantee certain and spieedy rielief. I
have pleasure in retferring to 207 names, residents of
New York and neighborhood, who have bIen resto
red to vigorous health. About one third of the
abov-e mentioned. aecording to the patient's own
statlements, were considered hopieless cases.
The inhalation method is soothing, safe and spee
dy, and consists in the administration of medicine in
such a manner that they are coniveyed in the form of
vapor and produce their action at the seat of disease.
Its practical sccess L i dlestined to revolutionize the
oplinion of the medical world, and to establish the
entire e uraility of consumption.
Applicants will please state if they have ever bled
frim the liaugs, if they have lost flesh. have a cough.
night sweats itld fever tur-ns--what and how Ilnuch
they expectorate, what thie econditlon of-the stomach
and 'iowels: the necessary medicine, alpparatus, &c
will be forwarded to any part.
Tl:ins.-Fivel dollars, -entslltation fee. Balance
of fee pahle pya when patients rt-eport themselves coll
IthECiMMENDATION OF iiYsICIAN'8.
We, the uniidrsigned pracittioners in medicine,
cheerfully anld heartily r'ecomm-nid Dr. hose's meth
od of treating diseases ef the ltlgs and thorax, nslthe
Ihe t antd ilost eli-'ctunl iever introduceid into medical
practice. Our convicthions are based l upon havingt
several of iour owtn ipatients. enalfirmell eiconslauip
tires, restored to vigoroushealth. after a few months
treatnlclt Iy ilr. (lose. In the aIolre ilnamed diel-l
see, the' applicationl of Miedieiteid Vapors inhaled di
rectly into the lungs. may justly be considered is
a great l i looli, sllering hilmnuity, rendering con
sumptioll a pruifect rumble disease!
Dr. IRose dlesrvese well of his profession for his
unwearhid labors in brintging the inhaling method
to such a degree of perfeclion.
Iteit Srosiv, 31, M.
JAne:s A. Mlrr. M. D.
(CWais KHhi,;o.i:r. Xl. M.
We.. II. AIs'rli, M. D.
(Ou*r.il: llrieo, M. I).
Dr. Rose's 7IraliU on ius,,uml,tion--iprice one dlllher.
Address JOIINSON STEWART ROSE,
381 lBroadway, New York.
N. Il.-The new piostage law reI irets ipt.s-Apayment
of letters. My corriesponidence being extensivet,, ap
plicants to insure. repliis melst enlllO.' postage.
frMonuey letters mlust be re-gistered by the Post
master. such letters onlly ben a lit my risk. .jaill
H~tENRY . TE ' FITNO begw t
1 return hIs sincere thanks to his friends, and the
inhabitants of East Feliclana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage ibestowed upon him since
he conmelenced businessin Clinton. and assures thiem
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of tie same.
H. S. ISrcltexo is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every article in the I)rng
business, and Iroun his ilng experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with chemt
isty in all its branches, merely requests a trial as a
test of hisqualitications. An accurate analysis of
mcneral waters will Ie granted gratis, to those desi
rous of having it made.
P'nYSICIAN's I'tso,'tt'rtoxS a're dispensed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply ol the choicest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, foIr steectit t'tmrose:s, onily.
A large quantity of Ale and Parter, (lirst rate
quality,) continually coming to land.
II. H. .I. does not feel dlsposed to aldvertise the
exact quantities of Drugs lie has received lately.
fearing he might Ipossibly I'Ns I:t-rate it, and not to
himself tile justice he is so anxiously seeking.
IIENRY R. IEECIIENO & CO.
Clinton, La., Oct. 13, 1825.
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE.
I OFFER, at private sale, the place where I now re
side, situate in the Parish of East Felicinna, on
the waters of IlufIl Creek, tenl mtlek 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, 210 acres being
cleared; the place Is a healthy location, well tim
bered and watered, and Is as desirable as tiany in the
parish. Either one or both sections will he sold. to
suilt purchasers. Also: that ilne tract of land, onil
which the late Elizabeth Chaney resided. sold at
Probate sale on the 24th November last, situate ol
the Amite river, In the aboreniamed PI'rirh. 13 niles
front tihe town of Clinitont teelilai.iaig f6.0 tecres
good dwelling, gin, i .ero eaibis., ated other out,
holuses, bietlween two and thri e hlitdeoi tares bheing
openl and undee-r goold repair. For terms apply to
the utidert eigncd, on the praienises.
dee 15 DAVID M. CIIANEY'
1itY Measures, for sale by
The State of Louisiana-Parish of last Follclana.
7th District Court.
Philip Huff vs.  W. G. MoBlwee
L. H. DeArmond vs,  W. G. Melweeo
Hugh Lucas vs.  I. L. Bell, W. Gurney,
Adm'r, & W. G. MoElweo, warrantor,
BY VIRTUE of a writ of i. f., Issued In the above
U entitled msuilt, from the honorable eort aforesaid,
directed to the sheriff of said paish, I will ofbr fr
sale at the door of the Court house in the town of
Clinton, on tie
FIRST SATIURDA4 OF MARCH,
A. n. 1856, between the hours of 11 o'elock. A. a. and
4 o'clock, P.M., all the right, title, Inturot and claim
of the defendent W. G. MoElwee in spd to the fol.
lowing described property, to wit:
The undivided one half of six hundred and tforty
(640) acresof Land, situated, lying and
being in said Parish, about two miles east of
the town of Clinton, being that part of said
tract on which the residence of said McEI
wee is situated. Bounded, on the north, by
Bennett and Haynes ecast by Davis and
Hays; south by Hardesty and Nettles; and
west by Haynes and M. Harris, with all the
Tfrms of Sale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
mont. B. M. G. BROWN,
jan 26, 18.6 Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of East Felcilana,
7th District Court. No. 2428.
A. D. Palmer vs. Moses Bloom.
B Y VIRTUE of an order of seizure sale Isnsed in
the above entitled suit from the honorable court
aforesaid, directed to the sheriff of said parish, I
have seized and will offer for sale at the door of the
court house in said parish, on the
FIRST SATURDAY OF MARCH,
A. 0 1856, between the hours of 11 o'clook, A.. and
4 o'clock I. a., all the right, title, Interest, and claim
of the defendant, Moses Bloom, in and to the fol
lowing named and described property, to-wit:
A certainl lot of gronud in the town of Clinton,
Parish aforesaid, having a front of seventyflve
(75) feet, by a depth hack of three hundred
(800) feet, the lot having a front towards
the Methodist church; and being the same
purchased by M. Bloom of F. IIardosty, to
gether with all the improvements thereon,
and all the rents and revenues arising there
Terms of Sule.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
jan 16, 1856 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellolana.
ev"'ýnllth DlPtrio. . .ou . (. ,l. 2-.Z4,
J. Ml. Trescott,, Hart, Labatt & Co. transferees, vs.
Win. Lewis, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of fi. fa. to me directed
Sfrom the lHonorable court aforesaid, in the above
cutitled suit, I have seized on and will offer for sale,
at tllh door of the court house in said parish, on the
FIRST SATURDAY OF MARCII, 1856,
between the hours of I o'clock, A, , .and 4 o'clock,
r. Ai., all the right, title, interest, altd claim of the
defl'endant, Wm. Lewis, in alld to the followingl
nunlad lld described properly, to wit.
A certain nlegro man1 by the name of Stewart,
aged about forty years, of black complexion
and a blacksmith by trade.
Ternms of Sule.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise.
jan 20, 1851 B. M. O. BROWN, Sheriff.
Tile Slate of Louislana, Parish of East Fleiians.
Jublice Chase's Court, (late Justice Carman's),
Thomas Adams vs. Worsham & Dixon.
BY \'VIRTUEt of a writ of II. to nme directed by
L the honorableh c(ourlt aforesald, in the above en
litled .cli, I havr seized on and will offer for sale at
tihe court hollus dsor, in tile town of Clinlton, on the
1,711ST S.ITURDI I Y INA MNA RCll,
nA I., 1850, Iet'ween the hours of 11 o'clock A.x. and 4
o'clock i.n.: all tile right, title, interest and claim,
Thllmnllsl J. \\'l'Worsham & Jamnes M. Dixon have in and
to the I'ollowig named and descrillbd property:
ttle town lot ill the town of Clinton, in said
Palrirish, knownl and designated on the ligura
tive Ipleo of said town, as lot No. 1, in square
No. f6, with all the bUildings and improve.
mtntlt theron, said property being known as
the Union Hotel, situated on the north cast
corner of the Public Square of said town.
7'irrns f Sale.-Cash, with the Ilenlefl of ailpralse
ment. B. M. G. BROWN.
jan 20, 1t'50 Sheriff.
W Hi WANTS THEIR HORSES SHOD?
111 undereigned having engageoda good smith
i plrepared to do all kinds of Blacksmithing,
ialso to matke nldi repair wagonlls & carriages. Those
wlshiiilg llany work in hIs lilne are invited to give
him in call at Ili old stand on the street runllning
east from thle public square
oct 2'7 ILINIIAIRT BIOWMAN'
C()M E and see our extensive stock of Fancy Goods.
Cloth, tooth, and nail Blrushes. CombI, &c.
Alo : a line lot of
OIL I'PA177.NG'S, just received and for sale by
dee 8 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
' Y stock of WViues. Brandy, Iolland Gin, Jamaisa
S Itum, all of the linet quality, is now complete.
ov 17 IIENRY S. IIEECIIEIN(.
I llE undersigned has the lfollowing varieties of the
most delicious syrups, viz.
VANILLA,,o-Nt/E. LERNON, GINGER, BANA
NA IEAR, Bre. 8fe.
which he ofllrs at i lower rate than any other house,
ad i in qiuatitles to suit the buyer.
,jI 2 WM. GURNEY.
WINES, CORDIALS, & LIQUORS.
C .\I.1, allld ex.mlie the fl ulosc'ler's stock of W\ine,
( Cordials. and I,iguors. WM. t l; tNEY.
JA 'S Family Pt'riyer Books, for ,ale by
ey I. N. ILEMON.
OCKE'T and Trale Cutlery,j. st received and for
I nlo by. .G. . DAIARMOND.
UIOPY UBOKS, with and without copies, for sune
J by I, N. LEMON.
The State of Louisiana, Paltshiof It eli lolaa,-
7th District Court. No, 1720.
In the matter of the succession of William sad
Sarah Robeits, deceased
NTOTICE is hereby given that Richardson Robert,
Administrator of the aforesaid succession ha
filed in this odurt, an acecet of his dtlairldeatios
which will be homologated In thirty days after the
publlcation of this notice, unless legl oppedl#tle
be filed thereto.
feb 28, 1858 WM. PATTERSON, Clerk.
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, s 8eventhbudioial
PFAMu or sar rFLuUsIN. ( District Court.
In the matter of the snooeslon of W. T. T.ays, de
WNOTICE is hereby given that Aquilla W. Ballard
Il and Catherine T. Ballard, have applied to this
court for letters of adlinistratl on n the estate of
said deceased, which will be granted in ten days afte
the publication of this notice sales legal opposltion
be made thereto.
feb 28, 1886. A. COOK, Dep. Clerk.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of Last Felloutas.
7th District Court.
In the matter of the succeion of R. B. MoDonell,
NJOTICE Is hereby given that Thomas Davis, has
• applied to this court for letters of administra
tion on the estate of said deceased, whih will be
granted in ten days after the publication of this
notice unless legal opposition be made thereto.
feb 28, 1856. A. COOK, Dep. Clerk.
The State of Louisiana,-Parish of BEst Fellelana.
7th District Court. No. 1770,
NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN, that FredericL
SShurer, administrator of the suooession of Ad
am Raupp, deceased, has filed an aoeount of his ad
ministration which will be homologated in tblrty
lsys after the publication of this notice, unlesm l
gal oppositionIs made thereto.
fub 16, 1850. H. SKIPWITE. D'r Clark.
The State of I oulsiana, Parish of East Feliciana.
7th District Court. No. 589.
In the matter of the uoceussion of Samsuel Harrell,
NTOTICE Is hereby given, that the admlnetratratrl
11 of the sueooslon aforesaid, has filed In this
court, an account of her administration, which will
be homologated after the delays required by law,
unless legal opposition be filed thereto.
feb 2, 1856 II. SKH'WITH, D'y Clerk.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellolana,
7th District Court. No. 32.
N'TOTICE is hereby given, that John McKowen bee
f11 ed in this court, an aooount of his tutorship of
the minor ehildren of John E. Pharos, deceased,
which will be homologated in thirty days after the
publication of this notice, unless legal oppoellion
be filed thereto.
jan 20, 1856 H. SKIPWITII, Dep. Clerk.
The state of Louisiana, Parish of East FelloIana,
seventh District Court, No. 1997.
NOTICE is hereby given that William M. Jelks
Shas tiled in this court his final account and ta
bleau as executor of Mrs. Catherine Jelks, deceas
ed, which will be homologated in thirty days after
the publication of this notice unless legally opposed
jan 12 WM. PATTERSON. Clerk.
PAY YOUR STATE TAXES
NOTICE is hereby given that I have received the
TAer IRoL, of 1856, for the Parish of East Felicl
ann. I shall require prompt payment of the Taxes
thereon, and the law in relation to the Tax on trades
and professions will be strictly enforced.
B. M. 0, BROWN.
Clinton, Jan.5, 1850. 381-f
ITE subscribers have this day entered into eo
partnership under the name and style of HAR
RIS & LEVI, for the purpose of transacting a Cot
ton Factorage and General Commission Business.
New Orleans, Jan. 1. 1855.
FOR SALE, by the subseriber, the cell,brted Gin
'ger Brandy, an excellent stomanclec, and for per
sons atlleited with the lDysppsla, It is valuable.
je 9 WM. GUIINEY
FRA FIH supply of pare Liquors, for medlicinal
nuses, just received and for sal, by
oct 20 LANGWORITIIY & TILDON.
A LOT of fuine Bulk Pork, consisting of sides and
hams, for sale by WM, GURNEY.
-ARCLAY and Perkin's London Porter, for sale
D by the subscriber. WM. GURNEY.
CLINTON MALE ACADEMY.
Tells Institution will open on Monday next, the
1011th of December, in which will be taught a
thorough course of English, Classical, and Mathe
Terms, $15, $20, and $25 per session of five
months, payable monthly In advance. Each pupil
will be required to furnish his own chair,
dec .8-2m W. 111LL, A. M.
Gold and Silver 8peotaoles,
y A WELLh. SELECTED nlld superior as
ti sortmrnnt of old, silver, and Steel
rimmed Spectacles to suit all ages,
constantly on hand and for salu I,1
a 11 WM. SAI)LER, Brick Row.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
T115 partnership existing between Mr. E. I. Pettise
l and Sarah A. Nicholls, of Clinton, La,, under the
name and style of Mrs. 8. A. Nicholls & Co., for the
purpose of transacting a general Fancy Dress Goods
and Millinery business, has been dissolved this first
day of November, 1855,
TIhe business will be continued by Mrs. Sarah A.
Nicholls In her own name, she hereby assuming the
payment of all debts contracted by the firm. All
outstanding debtsand book accounts due to the late
firm are to be collected by the said Mrs. 8. A. Nich
oills, and who alone is authorized to collect and re
celve them, and to use the name of lthe late fidr in
liquidatlon nd settlement of alil claims.
Signed this tenth day of Noe nbehr, IT,5.
SAIItAI A. NICHOLLS,
nIw 17 E. B i'PETI.SH.
IRISH 1 'olutoes--diiterent kinds-free from frost
injury, in large barrels, for sale, D'AItRMOND.
1UGAR-whlte and blown-assorted Ialities-
for :ale by D'AR iMOND.
The State or lroalltM .Y.6*... fJh , aý
M1 ;DW k e, e ., UIfl ;, i·. .. o
at t11 o'loeok . m,, the AUow rty
appertslinta sat sae tcee ioek to ' it '
A Tract of Land, containing four hundrid
her husband at the time.of her dteb.
Negro woman Jane, agld P6 years, andsher
Negro boy Ben, (defedtive) aged 17 years.
l g E"n Charlotte, aged,18p7a ,
" irl Minda,, " $9 "
7 head of too eattle,
1 yoke of oxen,
46 head of hogs,
S head qf horses,
7 head of hog*,
1 ox wagon,
Farming utenalls, &e.
A lot of household furaitare and kitehen
neave pr BALI.
The land and slaves on a credit of one t o,
and three years, equal instalments, pur. aue
to consent that a mortgae be retained on the
property by recording the proe verbal of
sale In the mortgage records of this parish,
and approved personal security, to sign with
them their respective adjiucatlons to bear eight
per cent interest per annum from the day of
The personal property, for all suns uader
ten dollars, cash; for all suames of teo dollars
and over, a credit of one year, prelbseers to
give their notes, with approved personal secu
rity, with eight per cent interest from the day
feb9, 1566 B. M. G. BROWN, SShrj .
The State of Loalisana. Parbsh of But Pelleleam.
7th District court. Na 1204.
In the matter of the succession of Emily Mays.
PURSUANT to a commission to me direct
ed by the Honorable court aforeseaid, here
in, I will sell at public auction, in front of the
Court House, in the town of Clinton, on
TUESDAY, March 11, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. m., the following property ap
pertaining to said sccession, to wit :
Negro girl Barbary, aged about 14 years,
" boy William, " 15
" woman Cela, " 99
girl Mary Ellen, " 9
" oy Lewis, " 14
boy Shepherd, " 6
" boy Peter Jonson, " 19 "
TERMS OF SALE.
One third cash, and the remainder on a
credit of one, two, and three years, with eight
per cnitt interest from the day of sale. Pur
chasers to give good personal security, and con
selnt that a mortgage importing a confession of
judgment be Tetailned to secure the payment of
the price and interest.
feb 9, 1850 B, M. G. BROWN, SAeriff.
The State of Loulslana. Pariah of ESst Foellcana.
7th District Court, No. 1955.
In the matter of the succession of Martha
IN OBIEDIENEO to an order and authoriz
ed by a commission to ue directed from the
lIonorable court aforesaid, in the case above
recited, I will sell at public auction at the door
of the Court House in the aforesaid Parish. on
TIIESD)A Y, March 11, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a, mi., .the following described
property, appertainihng to said succession, to
Negro slave Cyrus, Kate, Alsep, Martha, lit
tle Muria, John, and Ann.
TE.MS OF HAL,.
A credit of one, two, and three years with
two approved personal securities, and a mort
gage, with confession of Judgment, to be re
talned on the Iproperty,-the purchase price to
hear eight per cent interest from tile day of
feb 9, 1856 13. M. 1B. BROWN, ,Shkri.
AN excellent stomahloe and tonll, for .ale by
. aug4 LANG W(UT'IY & TILDON
OF all kinds and qualities, a complete assortment,
on hand. J. G. DEARMOND.
CLOTHJNG, HATS, BOOTS,& SHOES.
1Till LATEST styles of finest material and best
finish, on hand and for sale by
12 MILLS, OLIVBLAND, & Co.
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDERS.
J L'S rLe',iycd, a great varioty of Pens, Pencle,
and Pon folders, or e very shape and kind. Eve
ry body can be suited. Call and buy.
oct 18 I. N. LEMON.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
ON ultld. tanld for sale, t illnu assortmnent of Groce
rl and Provirione, which will be sold low, for
CaPh. WM. GURNEY,