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+ lto ]the Par Illipt Wes;
SJAM S B14.
o ad r ou~an B at Law,
a.Ltted buslnet In Ua.tnd West Feliclana
AV St.t.elena. a 14
J,OIIN M. ROBERTS,
. Attorney 'Law,
Orvno: Mira snTR3U
S CLINTON, LA.
BOWMAN . DE LEE,
Attoralst and o.euollors at Law,
DUSINSS3 entrusted to th ir care will be prompt
-iy attended to.
Uruawcoe.-Mesars. Oakey & Hawkins; J. 11.
Byrne & Co.; Now Orleaus. a 14
HAYNES a ELLIS,
Attornmes and Coaansellors at Law,
JAR,. 0oUQUA. J. 0. KILDOrRN.
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
* ACTICE In the coprts of East and West Felici
sa. and t. lolenm. a 14
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ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LA.W,
nIBE undersigned, having entered into partnership
" .L he practice of their profession, will attentd to
1 bHal I entrusted to them in the parish of EIst
And, to any buslnc , entrusted to either, in the
miacent PaLheso, they will attend separately.
Omeo In Cnnton,.Ls. : JAMES U. IMU.IE,
a 14 D. C. HARDEE.
' ýD43, IBAMFORD,
Att+,n y C*il 0buaasellor at Law,
" CIANTON, I.A.
WILL attend to any profesa10nal ,nuiness entrust
W ed to him in East and West Fellclana, East
Baton Rouge, and St.llelena Parishes. je9
fIatloe of tha ea. e &k Notary iPublo.
QMce on the North side of the Public Square.
Notary Publio and Auotioneer.
W ILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his oare.
Ortws : North East corner of the Public S.nareo
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
I-ONTINUUB the practice of his profession, and
resp.ootfuliy toenderhis services to the citizens
of Ollnton and violnity. a 14
" T. O'OALLAGHAN,
aprll 14 JACKSON, LA.
HA4hRIS & LEVI,
Cotton Factor "aland Commission Merchants,
No. 89 OCA ONDELET STREET,
I.TILL at tll times be prepared to furnish supplies
aV at the lowest market rates, and grant reasolla
able iilities to those doilg business with them.
8l1ieittag patronage, they promlise their porsonal
totion to all busilness intfusted to them. Jan 109
S OAKEY & HAWKINS,
I`tors and General Comnuission Merchants,
a, " No. 90 GRAVIER STREET,
"* NEW ORLEANS.
to ofer their services to Planters and Mer.
ts, and promise attention and promptness to
".ipjaeats entrusted to their care. a 14
iwr , I. ~, A. TALLAUIs.
M. DALEY & Co.
k. forwarding lerohantr,
$LD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
b TE.RI N PRODUCE,
S i Whahpitoulas Street,
. , . (W ORLEAINS.
, 11 .` ]ERNA.G AN,
S.i.Wleandle Retail Dealer tn
johes ad Jewelr a lyTepaireo, a14
READ I BREADlt
ba.kes every maogu . F will
lI serving, at teior residapoes,
fevor him with their pattonage,
the store will be romptl at
Sas l h for ll ar
SEE IFOR 1856;
SE D drA OP
,halesw, Pleasant A Ky,
galsr . ttl apnh, are
%be 8ta4 of uloilans--Pb'sh of' East Yelielana.
5' trlet Burt. "No. 3488. * *
i LoaI4 as vs 9,T. Dunan, adm tra
.ed h , honorable court In
entlited it, 1 have eeltsed r al,
at the door or ofthe sourt o me is it , on the
MUIST SA'FUID4Y of 8,
between the hours of 11 o'clok A. u., sand 4 dook
P. L., all the r1ht title iuterest and alnim of the do
fandat lmnin. gP. Dqggtl.a aend to the following
de.eribe4 p.operty to-wit: '
A certain tract or parael of Land situated
lying and being In the parish aforesaid con
taining 884 acres more or leass with all the imn
provements thereon, and ,all the rnuts and
revinews Mplaing tbesefrou: Bounded on the
north by the line ql demareation between, the
States of Louisiana and Mississippi, west by
the William Boatn@ tWact, south by the D.
Boatner and Beal, and east by lands of Pipes
being the same tract aequiredhy the defendant
at the probate sale of Wade H. and Ann M.
Ganlden, made on the Sd (lay of February
1850, by 0. W. Catlett, auctioneer.
Also ail the right title btteresoj and claim of
the defendent Monroe Perkinas hi and to the
following described property to-wit:
The tract of Land kntowl its the Cropper
tract, containing 640 acres, sad the tract
known as the Morgan tract, containing 820
acres, making together 960 acres more or less,
with all the improvements thertona , and all the
rents and revenues arising therefrom, situated
lying and being in the parish of East Feliciana,
said State, Bounded on the north by lands of
A. Nesom and public lands, south bfy part of
the Morgan tract, or R. J. Elliott's land, on
the east by Nesom and Booker, west by land
of C. 0. Gayle and public land.
Also aH the right title interest and claim of
the defendeant W. 8. Irwin in and to thefollow
ing descri'bed property to-wit:
A certain tract or parsel of land situated
lying and being in the parish and State afore
said, being the eastern plart of the K~lly tract
containing 408 acres more d* less, w --all the
mlUprovements and all the rents and 'Tafenues
arising therefrom, Bounded, south by B. D.
Chlany, on the north by lands of D. Pipes,
west by Mrs. Kelly, nb Mrs. Sarah Dreher.
htaitf / &a.--Caib, wiT the benefit of appraiseo
march nt 20. 18 B... BROWN .
march 20. 15150 . 1. (. DROWN, sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Feliciana.
7th Distr'lt Court. No. 1678.
L. Dolbear, vs. J. 8. Spears.
B Y VIRTUI of a writ of ii. fa. to medirecoted in
D the above entitled suitby the HIonorable Court
aforesaid, I have sucked and will offer for sale at
the door of the court hoilso in said parish, on the
FIRST S4TURIDA Y OF MA. 1850,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m.. and 4 o'clock
p. m., all the right title, interest, and claim what
soever said defendant, has in and to the following
property, apportalinng to the suecesslon of his deo
ceased mother Mrs. Alethea Shropshire, consisting
of the followingslaves twenty-five in numbl,r, to wit
Negro man Tim, Ben, Frank, Bill, Isaam:
Aaron, woman Lucy, Miranda, girls lHen
rietta, Mary, Lucinda, woman Sal, girl
Lavilla, little Lucy, woman Emily, little
Harriett, boy Edmund, girls LoUisa and
Fatima, boy Sinmon, womhn Hannah, boy
John, girl Phillis,
Also: The following described Tract of
Land situated in the Parish aforesaid, to
wit: The home. place containing 260
acres;bounded on the north by the Taylor
place south by the Draughan plnce, east
by the Leonard tract and west by. lands
of W. M. Jourdita. Also 50 acres ad
joining the above tract of land described.
Also 20() areas of land known as the east
tract, bounded by lands of Collinworth,
Hopgood and Taylor, and by the A mite
Biver, also- the work cattle horses and
mules and farming utensils attached to
said plantation, and all the improvements
thereon and all the appurtenances thereto
Also: all the interest said James A- Spears
has in and to the aforesaid property by
way of the suecesalon of his deceased
brother HLampton Spears and all the
interest he hadsin and to the sutcessiou
of the said Hainpton spears, deceased in
any manper whatsoever.
STerms qf il-Cash with the benefit of appralea.
maroh S., $.8 , . M. G. BROWN. sbertlf
The State of Louolaaaa, Parleh of BIEt Fullolana.
7th Distriot tit. No. 198..
In the matter of stHe eetoo ,of Martha Brame,
PURBIANT to an order of the Honorable Court
aforesaid, I will sell at public auction in the
town of Jackson, on
,NONDA F. TfI 8?FENTH DA Y OF MA Y,
the folloing property belonging to the nueuoegslon
above named, to-wit:
Negro man Cyrus, Negro woman Kate,
TaERM OP NAL5L
A dkedlt of one two and three years. with two ap
preted persesal securltles, and a mortgage with
confoeaion of judgmonut to be retained upon tbo prop.
erP. The purobae price to boear eght (or oont in-.
to ret from kha day of sale. G. W CATLETT,
april 8 18.0 Auctioneer.
M.Y stook of Winos, Brandy, Holland Gin, Jamalea
ull , all of the Ae Iulty i now oompled.
TAY'S Fl" y Praoyer lookI, for e b 7L
aNº L AI~ i1 jji0,p1,
The State of Loult ad lsh of East as
7th District oat. No, 1180.
The State of oelsttida, aa John W. . al.
DY VIRTUS of a *rlt of d. A to m, '
D the Honorable Coudart aSforesald, into e
q I have ise-d* sbdae ill oiflr el at
P Aadd F A on the
between the holar s Lt o'elodk, A. . a o'clock
P. V.. all the right, title, Intqreet, and of the
demfdt, Frmiklin Hardety, 1p and the fol
S riHbed property. to-wit:
AIk.l p 7rty situated lying beig
nhi W.p~ f Clinton said hand
tate, mely known as bel g to
Humphrey Taylor, and now rn as
the residence of Frpnklin est
having a front on the road r
Clinton to St. Helena, and its
street running east and west by ,Mth
odist Church, with all the bull and
improvements thereon, and all 'rent
and revenues arising therefr
Also a certain Negro slave bx tli me of
PETER, aged about 50 y slave
by the name of JACK, aged' t b0
years, a slave by the name o NRY,
aged" about 40 years, and a slpf by the
name of RICHMOND, aged *ut 50
hrsa qf Ba&.-Oash, with the benefit of appraise.
march 20, 1850 B. M.. G. DROWN, sheriff
The State of Louisiana. Parish of East Fellieana,
seventh District Court. No. 2561,
G. C. Comstock, Tutor vs. Henry A. Niboalls, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of an order of seizre and sale to me
directed In the above entitled suit, by.tbe Hon
orable court aforesaid. I have seized on and will of-.
fer for sale, at the door of the court house in said
parish. on the
F'IRST SATURIDA Y OF MAY, 1860,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A, x. aud 4 o'olock,
r u., all the right, title, interest, and claim of the
defeudant, H. A. Nicholls, in and to the following
named and described property, to wit.
Lots number Two  and Three  it square
number Thirteen [ 18] in the town ofClinton,
Parish of East Feliciana, said state, together
with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, and all the rents and revenues ari
TERMS OF BALE.
Cash,e iith the benefit of appratelet, to
pay and satisfy the sum of $400. wt 'fght" per
cent interest thereon, from the 9tin day of Jan.
nary, 1855, until paid, and on a credit until
the 9th day of January 1867, to pay the sum
of four hundred dollars with eight per cent in
terest from the 9th day of January 1855 un
til paid, and on a credit until the 9th day of
Janunay 1858 to pay four hundred dollars with
eight per cent interest from the 9th clay of
January 1855 until paid, and on a credit until
the 9th slay of January 1859 to pay four hun
dred dollars with eight per cenut interest from
the 9th day of January 1855 until paid and
nmarch 2N, Shriff.
The State of Louisianau. Parish of East Fullelana.
Seventh l i tt'i ct Court, No. 401.
In the matter of tile succession of Daniel Hol
N compliance with an order and authorized
by a commission to me directed by the
Honorable Court aforesaid, I will offr for sale
at public auction on thepremises, the following
property situated lying and being in the Parish
of East Feliclana said state belouging to said
THURSDAY the 1st dny of ay 1856,
ut 12 o'clock, M. to-wit:
Six hundred and forty aeres of land situated
near Kollertown and bounded as follows, north
hy lands of judge McGehee, south iby lands of
a. Onuldeu, East by lands of Josi h IDenton
and west by lands of H. Robinson together
with the iaprovmaents consisting of a dwelling
house, gin house and other buildings.
TERMS OF 8ALE,
One third cash, and the balance on a credit
of one and two years with eight per cent inter
eat from the day o' sale, with mortgage and
confessiou of judgment retained until the final!
payment of the purchase price. The purcha
sets to give notes for such sums that the whole
may be divided into four equal shares among
the heirs in order to close the succession.
march 29 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Loulisian. Parish of PHst Fellelana.
seaenth Ilstric Ceourt, No. 2177.
John Edge vs. Caleb O. Gayle.
DY VIITUE of an order or seizure op4 sale, to
_ me direooted, from the honorable Court aforesaid,
in the above entitled oause, I will offer at shoriff's
sale, at the door of the Court House, in said Parish.
FIRST SATTURDAY OF MAY, 1850,
between the hours of ii o'clock, a.sp., nad 4 o'clock,
p. m., the following named and deserlbp property,
All that certain tract of land, situated, lying,
and bling, in the Parish aforesaid, contain.
ing Four hundred (400) acres more or less.
Bounded on the north, by Brown & Calla
ghan, east by lands of Smith, south by lands
of Smith and public lands, and all the
buildings and Improvements thereon.
TMIM5 OF A4LA.
A crcdlt of 12 mouths, purohasers will be required
to give bond, with approved personal security, with
8 per cent nlterest thereon per annum ftom the day
ofsale uptil paid, and a mortgage will bhretainud on
the property to secure the purchase proe pnd interest,
*pril aX, tU J1. U. G. ýR W. Bhegrlif.
Theb IIte- of ý s.. t' tlollelan.-
7th Distai oprot. t47. ,
A. S n o, Adm'r A , a ito.l x .
BDT VI TU of an orderAof .e sale
issa el tei above entitled 4ailst 4 to ire
directed by the Honorable eodrt e ,I have
sosed ndwill offer for sale at the door ofhe court
house in said Parish, on the
FIRS. SAFURDAY IN VA 1M86,
at 11 o'clock,. an., all the right, itle Interest, and
claim, or the defoodait, F. . a Eteh, +utrix, In and
to the following described property, to wit:
A certain negro women, named Caroline.
TRglxs OF RAIM.
A credit of 12 months, perohasers will be required
to give Lto:x with approved personal security, with 8
per cat int eret thereon per annum from the day of
sal paid, and a mortgage will be retained on the
ethe parebh e price ama interest.
-a ,J U GD . BG OWyI, SheriL.
The State of Lquialana-Parish of Edst i
7th Distriot Co.ut.
In the mattet of the sueeeslton of S. A. Penny, de
O IT S 18H EDY GIVEN, that 8. ploom bhe
I plied to this court for lettersofldmlnistration
on the state of said deebased, whleb will be granted
in ten diys after the publication of this notice, auless
lealp ppoeltion be made thereto.
S 1gr1-12, 1860 A. 00C K, D'y. Clerk.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellolana
7th Distriot Court. No. 2848.
In the matter of the succession of Mrs. Elizabeth
NOTICE is hereby given that Jackson M. Chaney
Shas fled in this court a final account of his ad
ministration of the aforesaid suocession. which will
be homologated in thirty days from the publication
of this notice, unless legally opposed.
march 15 W . PATTERSON. Clerk.
PAY YOUR STATE TAXESI
NOTICE is hereby given that I have rccelved the
TAx ROLL of 1t55, for the l'arib of East Felici
ann. I shall require prompt payment of the Taxes
thereon, and the law in relation to the Tax ontrades
and professlons will be strictly enforced.
SB. M. G, BROWN.
Clinton, Jan.5, 1S50. 88-tf
EXOELSIOR CARRIAGE FACTORY.
BUTLER & KOCH,
R ESPFTFULLY Inform their friends that they
are now prepared to build carriages, Buggies.
and Sulkils, in the most app#ovsel styles,. tbw In
usu. All lumber used in our shop is received from
the north and Is of superior quality. We have now
in prngress from Ilfteen to twenty vehicles, and in
vite all those who are judges, to examine the work
before it Is painted, as we have in employ the best
workmen that the south can afford.
Designs of all kinds of vehicles to be seen at our
shop. Call and see them. All kinds of repairing
done on the shortest notice. All work warranted,
with proper usago: feb 23
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
E are in possession of the patent right to lell
these cases id the Parish of East Follelana.
feb 23 BUTLER & KOCH.
CRANE'S ruTALLac BURIAL CASKET.
H AVING bought the patent light for the sale of
the Crane Metallic Burial Caskets, at a great ex
pense, we introduce them to the public as having a
superiority over any case now in use, beauty of de
sign, artistic and elaborate finish, slmplicity in lln
lug. highly decorated and unique silver mount
ings, perfectly air tight, and also giving an entire
view of the body,-the top of the casket belng con
structed of the finest French plate glass renders it
the most desirable case ever introduced to the pub
lic. Beautiful metallic caps cover the glass, whlcr
secures the casesfrom damage on account of any ex
ternal pressure. Samples of this casket can be seen
at I. N. Lemon's Drug Store, Clinton.
Wooden cofins made to order, and punctual at
tendance given on all funeral occasions. A line
Hearse will always Ie on hand,
Any infrlungment on our patent righls will sub
ject the oflender to prosecution
feb 28 BUTLER & KOCH!.
MENRY S. BEEC.ENO beg. to
ýTreturn his sincere thanks to lia t'Iends, and tile
inhabitants ol East Feliclana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
he comoenuced businessin Clinton, and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
II. S. l,,ecuIINo Is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every article in the Drug
business, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with chom
Isty in all its branches, uerely requests a trial as a
test of his qualificatlons. An accurate analysis of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those desi
rous of having it made.
PuIysINey's Paescsin*riors are daponsed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the cholcest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for ahsnmal IvrwoeLP s, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Porter, (first rate
quality,) continually comling to hand.
H. 8. B. does not eel disposed to advertise the
exact quantitles of Drugs he has reelved lately.
fearing he might possibly uNusa-rate it, and not do
himself the justle he is so anxiously seeking,
HENRY S. lIECOENO & CO.
Clinton, La.. Oct. 18, 1855.
FURNITURE I FURNITURE II
T 1E undersigned hna4 opened in the
Town of Clinton, a large assort
ment of brniture, consisting of
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chairs, Sofas,
Armoires, Lounges, Cribs,
and almost every other article of Furniture, suita
ble for the market, which he will sell low, for eash
iis store is on the south siede of the public square
aug 11 H. B. GAY, Aget for Ii. llsaum.
WINES, UCURIALS, & LIQUORS.
A ALL aod examin e subsriber'a stook o! ando,
VCordial a. and LIqi rs. VM. GUlRRUEY.
S ILVIMI WARE-J at reelvud, atqypIy of fork.,
Le spoons, butter ive; ao, for salDyyý
Ismorab 16 N4UM.nV'* fR DI.
3ca D ST
In this ae sulene e has coa.
her tlltdUlt s ýMdtllTtte OSo Ialrst iýI
treatment~f. deepagtn a kindred
the reatmenl, dretfee pursued bla'e,
and wofuilly lateclent; the Itomach hbinvm.ttAq
reoeptnidof nauseodse empoiods, oils, -nd a
of bthernostrumlt; alt thee bein epltd toams
upon the lungs I the ftilrwe to q o1ate, Or evmeso
atop the ravaaes of the dIseoad in nearly e
of well dovelopef consumptiof, ib n.
enough to the consumptive to dun such a t
The iease is not in the stomach, but in the
common asm will then at once teach you tat,.
ree adiled in hbe form of V or, directly to the
6 of the lungs, will be far more.f
In tre.i cesens of th luongs,
eds my myoat sa ad I earnest
Y appeal to the la fee a esud or who
may ave the grs the disease em to
emrace at oncsthe nooting, heall
system of Medicated Vapor Iobalation, .
Ark of Refuge for the consumptiveo. I tto
It within the reach of all, .nd can so arrange It ta
the invalid is never required to leave home, wI
the hand of friendship 'and albetlon tends ms
to aid the physician's efforts. Where there las lI
there is now assured hope for the most seemingly
hopeles eases, as throughout all the stage2 of thi
Iusldious disease, the wonderful and beneflotla edfets
of this treatment are soon apparent. In eases of
Bronchitis. Asthma. &c., the inhaling ofpowdersand
vapors his been cmincntly sueccesful, and tlminose
sufnlring under any of the above mentioned com
plnihts. I can guarantee certain and speedy relief. I
have pleasnre in referrinut to 207 names, residents of
New York and neighbcrhood. who have been resf
red to vigorous health. About one third of the
above mentioned, according to the patient's own
statements, were considered hopelens oases.
The Inhalation method is soothing, safe asd spes.
dy, and consists in the administration of medleine in
such a manner that they are conveyed In the form of
vapor and produee their action at the seat of disease.
Its practical success Is destined to revolutionise 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 lIngs, If they have lost flesh, have a eongh.
night sweats and fever turns-what and how much
they expectorate, what the condition of the stomach
and bowels ; the necessary medicine, apparatus, do
will be forwarded to any part.
Tanxs.-Five dollars, consultation fee. Balance
of fee payable when patients report thvr;IImlvecoa
"IECOMMENDATION OF IP5Y1T'CIANS3.
We, the undersigned practitioners lu medicine,
cheerfully and heartily recommend Dr, llose's meth
od ol' treating diseases of the lungs antd thorax, anathe
best and most effectual ever introduced into medhlat
practice. Our coviotions are based upon having
several of our own patients, confirmed consem
tives, restored to vigorous health, after a few to
treatment by Dr. Rose. In the above named di
seC, the application of Medicated Vapors inhaled di,
reetly Into the lungs, may justly be considered as
a great boon to suftering humanity, rendering con
sumption a perfect curalk disase I
Dr. Rose deserves well of his profession for his
unwearled labors in bringing the inhaling method
to such a degree of perfection.
Iltm.ru STowa, .M. M.
Jase A. Morr, M. D.
C iurs K ISIylr. . M.
We. B. B. Avr, M. D.
Ouvev.r. UIrnsose, M. )D.
G. r.vix Wuarsoan, M. D.
Dr. Rose's Trratise on Cbneumption--prle one dollar.
Address JOIINSON BTEVWART ROSE,
381 Broadway, New York,
N. B.-The noew postage law requires pre-payment
of letters. My correepondence being extenalyetp a.
plicants to Insure replies must enelose pottage.
.'Money letters must be registered by the Post
master. such letters only beingat my risk. Jan 5
JUST received, by late steamer, a new aMOd'moent
of books, consisting of
Rose Clark. by Fanny Fern,
Lost Hieiress, by M o. 8outhworth,
Lifoe of Washington, by Washington Irving,
Plitarch's Il6. spectator. Burke's vorks,
American Ency lopedia, Waverly novels,
Lire ol 8. 8. lrl. se, Washington Irving's works,
United states, Canada, and Cuba, by Miss Murray,
For sale by NAUIMAN & 8T7RAU8.
T IIE undersigned has the following varieties of the
Smost delicious syrups, viz.
VANILLA, ORANG.E. LEOKI GINGER, BANA
NA I'AL4H, &c. Ae. ¢o.
which he offers at a lower rate than any other house,
and in quantities to suit; he buyer.
Jo WM, GURNRY.
AN excellent stomochlc and tonic, for sale by
.april 4 NORWOOD TILDON
OF all kinds and qualities, a complete assortmei
V on hand. J. G. DeARIMOND.
CLOTHING, HATS, BO08, & SSl O
TluE LATEST styles of finest material and edst
finish, on band and for sale by
12 MILLS, OLEELA*D, It
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDE
JUTST reeolved, a great varity of Pens, Pogea,
and Pen holders, of oyery shape and klnd- Ve
ry body can be suited. Call and buy.
oct 13 I.N. L
GROCERIES & PROVIIJ
ON haud, and for sale, a fine assort
I rise and Frovisions, which will Cs
'YEAST OR BA p
JUST recelved, a on mnint o YIs
Powders. lRY BI
Jan 3 _ egrK ,
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