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the Union will apply tke, llsh to 4t; for a
it condemns the President and his admin
istration, we cannot entertain very strohe
hopes that the ,K. N. papers, either north
or south. will condemn It-this one virtue,
in tteir estimation, coveripg teltr whole
multitude of Its sins.
THEI GRIAT MANDAMuS CAS .'
The Delta of Monday evening contains the
decision of Judge Cotton, of the sixth Dir
trict Court, relative to this case. We copy
fros that papefdi
Thlineouit met this morning at 10 o'clock.
Jrsdge J. Bf Cotton took his seat, at shoitly
avter read his opinion bn the rule wrchbyaan ar
pged last Friday, taken by J. M. Bell against
the commissioners of election- of the, seventh
precinct and the sheriff of the parish of OiI.
loans, requiring them cause why a peremptory
mandamus should issue to compel them to make
a return of the votes polled In the seventh pre
cinct at the election held for State and Parish
oficers on the 6th inst.
After reviwiung the whole proceedings In
the case, replying to the evidences of the wit
nesses, argument of counsel, giving his reasons
and citing his authorities for judgment,' the
Judge thus concludes and renders his decree:
"The relator asks of these officers, (the
Commissioner and Sheriff,) to dischagoe their
duty under the law; to make a full and correct
return of all the votes polled at the seventh
precinct. If they cannot make such full and
complete return for all the candidates vbted for
at said precinct, to make return of, such vote,
for candidates as were counted and known.
when this is done by the commlesloners, tsen
it Is the duty of the sheriff to make triplicte
etpreI two copies to tle Secretary of state,
and ond 'to the Clerk of the First District
Court, leaving the question as to who is, elect
ed to the legally constituted tribunals of the
"It is, therefore, ordered, adjudged, and de
creed that the rule herein taken be made ab
solute; that a writ of peremptory mand.mus
issue directed to Win. Christy, Samuel Locke,
and C. It. Horton, commissioners of, election,
held at the seventh precinct, third Itepresenta
tive District, on Monday, 5th November, 1855,
orderin that instadnter, to make a full, cor
rect, andi comphlt return of all the votes poll
ed, counted and known for the respective can
didates at said preciInct, in conformity with the
13th section of the act, entitled, 'An act rel
ative to Elections, approved 15th March, 1865,'
page 410, and tiat tihe Sheriff make return of
the same in conformity with the law, with
The Court room was crowded with anxious
persons of all parties, desirous of hearing what
was to be heard, and seeing what was to be
seen, but there was no commotion or emotion
canused by the opinion. And the crowd left
the Court, a portion satisfied while others were
SIJOHT MISUNDERSTANDI N.-"-'iave you
Blasted Hopes ?" asked a lady of a' green
librarian, whose face was much swollen by
the toothachoe. "No madam," replied the
youth," but I've got a bla.ted toothache."
* NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
.MY stock of Wnues. Brandy, Hollaud Gin,Jsamica
.I. Rum, all of the finest quality, is now complete.
nov 17 HENRY S. BEECHiiNO.
i IIAVE several cases of Claret, choice brands, on
hand. cheap. HENRY S. BEECliHENO.
A T New Orleans pr col, b7r
Snov 17 di.NRY 8. BEECHENO.
ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS,
F01t 1856, just ieoeived.
I' The Golden Gift, " The gem of Beauty,
The Hlome Annual, Amcerican Annual,
The American landscape, Book of Beauty,
Banks of the Brandywino.Tho Thought Ilossom,
Learfsof Memory, Souvenir Gallery,
Forget-me-not, Book of the Bouldoir,
The lodges' Gift, Temperance Gift,
The Magnolia. CInati n Keepeake,
Friendship's Offering, Memory's Gift,
The Garland, The Mos Rose,
The Amaranth, Token,of Friendship,
The Keepeak(, The ladies Wreath,
Romance of American landscape,
Album of the East,
All bound in the best of taste, and style for sale
by I. N. LIMON.
0)PY BOOKS, with and without copIes, for sale
by 1, N. LEMON.
JAY'S Family Prayer Books, for sale by .
-I. N. LEMON.
ALL persons who are Indebted to the estate of R.
W. and Mary Newport, will please to make pay
ment. Those who have calaims against the estate will
present them for settlement,
nov 8 BIMPSON W. NEWPORT, Agent.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIITl
TlE partnership existing betwecu Mr. E.B. Pettlss
and Sarah A. Nicholls, of Clinton, La., under the
name and style of Mrs. S. A. Nicholls & Co., for the
purpose of transacting a general Fancy Dress Goods
and Millllney business, has been dissolved this lrst
day of November, 1855.
The 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 nlte
firm are to be collected by the said Mrs. S. A. Nich
oils, and who alone is authorized to collect and re
celve them, and to use the name of the late firm in
liquidation and settlement of all claims.
Signed this tenth day of November, 1865.
SARAII A. NICHOLLS,
nov 17 E. B. PETTISS.
6 A LDBS. Gum Camphor, for sale by
V' I. N. LEMON: .
HEnI SL.xcrlbV bftker every mordi Te wil
.l foq lasaf t serving, at thuir reiJdncest,
all k atuig ir himt witx thel? patrbafgo.
All oi4urs.liijt at the store will be promptlyj at
tendedto.,.116 will give as mutwh bre~a for a ,lilar
as any.. her house. WYai. GURNEY.
- ' M
~ N aotve honest man In n each section of the state,
1 to tal order, by 'samnple' for dilpeaua's lagndic
,o othe ineq a salary of $800 year, and a nmall
_oramiss.l will be paid. "Salary payable month
ly.N For partionlars addreM Dr. M. Va3IPUAu, 421
BIroadway, enclosing stamp to pre-pay answer, n17
The State of LbtstianaLParlih of East Fellolana,
7th Dlstriot Court.
Mary Sturges i husband,
*s. N p. 2035.
A: m . Blackman.
BY VIRTUDHof a writ ofli. ha. Issued iii the above
D entitled suilt, from the hLonorable court forosaid,
directed to the sklriffof amid pqrb have seized
and will offer foa sle on'the jpet*itses of Benjamin
Lyons, Ecgtt:, in the towin of Clinton, on the
FIRT SlATURDAY OF D.OCEMBER,
A. D. 185, betwqen the hours of 10 oeilock. A. a, and
4 o'clook, P. Mv, the following property, in which by
a decree of sali court, the plaintiff's have a privi
lege of Rent i to wit:
One oertaln Wrilting Press,. thirty-eight eases,
more or less, seven stands more or less, one minarble
slab, together with all the typesand fixtures thereto
belongibg, or in any way apprtalthing, it being the
same printing press, tlyes; and fixtures, that was
lately In the possession of the defendant, James F.
rm.nu q . ale.-A credit of twelve months; paur
chaser will berequired to give bond with approv6l.
socurlty, with Interest in accordance with the udg
meat. , ,TTHOS. L. 14GI0Eb.,
nov 17, 18.5 Coroner and ex officio eheriff.
T JE STATE OF LOUISIANA, Seventh Judicial
PARln- or I.AtW vYLIVOIANA. District Court.
In the matter of the succession of W. W. Moore,
deceased. ' No. 2405.
NOTICE 1$S HEREBY GIVEN, that B. F. Bon
. ney has applied to thib court for letters of ad
ministration on the aforesaid succession, which will
be granted In ten days after the publication of this
notice, unless legal opposition be made thereto.
nov. 17, 185 S. HIIUNTER, 1'y Clerk.
6100 LBA. BACOn. conalsting of clear and rib
be] bed sides, for sale low, by
,nov 10 WM. GURNEY,
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
A LOT of sugar cared HIAMS, on hand and for
Sale by WM. GURNEY.
A LL perronr indebted 'to the Pstate of Mary Kel
Sley are notified to make Immediate payment to
me. or my atlornles, John & Charlee McVea. and
those havilng elaims ngainst the estate, will present
them, duly autheenticated. feor liqllidatione.
nov 3 ALFREI) HAZARID, Adm'r.
General Agent and Collector.
y.ILL attend to the posting of books, making out
accounts, collUrting the same, all all other
bunin 's conq,.cted her.ewith.
Refers to' Mllsl, Cleveland & Co., Clinton.
W. W. Chapman k Co..
Mieaja.l Harris, New Orleans. nov 3
TUST received, superior Oats. For sale by
J J. G. D1)ARMOND.
SITNEYS, and Kerseys, just received. and for sale
U Iy J. G. Dr.ARMONI).
NEW BUCK WHEAT.
IRISHi potatoes, cheese, onions, sour kront, and
sunIdry other articles, flr sale by
nov 2 J. G. DRAILMOND
O F all kinds and qualities, a complete assorthnsnt,
J on hand. J. G. DARMONI).
Tho State of l.ouisiana. Parish of East Felicilna
Sevexnth )l1strict Court. No. 2370,
Int the latter of the suicession of Mrs. 3Mary
)UIRSUANT' to it commission to rne dire.t
Scd, fr ',m the honorable court nfircesaid. I
will proc.eed to sell, at public auction, at the
last rosidlcIe of the deceased, in the town of
TLE .'S)DA 1, the 201h day of Nore,:ber,
A. D. 1855, bctwcen the hours of 10 A.M. aind
4 P.M., the following effects applrtaiuing to
tilhe aforesaid succession :
One sorrel horse,
One black pony,
One gray pony,
Two cows and three chlv,',
100 head of hogs, more or Ihles,
A lot of dry goods and tin ware,
whiskey and small groceries,
" ousehold and kitchen furniture,
gccse and chickens,
Six saddles and bridles,
Two pleasure buggis,
TEPMMB OF SALE.
For all sums of twenty-five dollars and up
wards, a credit 6f twelve mourlis, with eight
per cent interest fromn day of sale, and to he
s:cured by two good securities, For all stuns
tnder twenty-five dollars, CAASl .
nov 3 G. W. CATLE'TT, Auctioneer.
The State of louisiana, Parish oftaet Fcliclana,
7thl)istrict Court. No. 2349.
[n the matter of the succession of Weslcy
PURSUANT to a commission 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 purish, on
TUESDA Y, November 20, 1855.
between the hours of 10 .x.. and 4 1,..., the
following personal property appertuining to
the aforesaid succession, viz.
One gray horse,
One pleasure buggy,
One two year old colt,
One shot gun,
One pair pistols,
One silver watch,
One pair saddle bags,
One man's saddle.
Terms of Sdle.-Cash,
THOS. L. McGIIEE,
nor, 8 Coroner and ex-oflicio SherifT.
The State of Louisiana, 'arish of East Felilsans,
Sý enth Distr;ct Coart, No. 2357.
In the matter of the succession of Andrew J.
P)URSUANT to an order of the hfonorable
. Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a com
mission to me directed, I will offer for satlt, at
the late residenlce of the deceased in this Par
lih, at public auetion, on
Tis First Satsrday i.,,lDecesber, 1865,
Ietween the hours of 11 o'clock, A. x., and
sunset of the saume 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 lest resid~uce of the
deceased, A. J. Brauoe, conttLining' about
* four hundred and sixty tlhree 25-100 acres,
being bounded on the north by Beaver
creek, south by Lip somb and Scott, east
by Thomas Lipscomb, and west by Gunn &
Also: the following personal property:
Twenty live head of hogs, three tunics, five
cows and calves, one sorrel m.,ore one sorrel
colt, one old carriage, on"i horse wagon and
gears, lot of ploughs and .harness, one old
buggy, ten empty sugar hogshelads, a let of
molasses barrells, one lot of household fur-l
niture, bedsteads, beds, and bedding, one lot
of kitchen furniture, one man's saddle, one
pair brass audirous, and, one lot of table
TERMS OF SALE..
The China Grove Plantation 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. Paymelnt to
be secured by mortgage, confession of judg
men%, and personal security.
The personuls property to be sold on a credit
of one year, with eight per ccitent interest from
date with personal security. ,
oct 20 G. W. UATLETT. Auetioneer.
RT tiUDON HiO'TEI,.
IHAVIN(G taken thbi well known house formerly
occupied by Mrs. Willison, the undersigned -is
prepared to receive and and acommodate the trav
elling public, and The citizens iu general. Ils ta
blowill be awl furnished. and no ollort shall be
wantin , on lis part to render general satisltction.
out I7 It. VANSICKLE.
WH'O WANTS THEIR HORSES SIIOD?
SIHE under.igned having engaged a good smith
I in prpared to do all kinds of Jllackemithlig,
alnso to make and repair wagons & curriageR. ThIose
wishing any work Ini lie ine are' invited to give
him a call at hlas old stand on the struct runulng
east from the public qrllli
net 7 IIEINIIAIrT IIOWVMAN.
S111E exercises of this Istltutitutio will be resumed
I ou Monday, October 22. 1.35.
CLARA W. I)UNIJAR,
oct 20 MARY S. WALL.
To the Publio.
FTROM and after this date, the steam
er 1'. F. Kimblml, Capt. 11, 1I. Onu.
will leave Port IlIttlnAll every 8Avreu-.
Inv. ltler the arrival of the care. taking Clitonu at
FIFTY cents per bale. Passage. 1. lct "20
TENI Y . . C:II. F-,NO ,gs to
I return ll s sincerel'' tlhnks to his fL t Iends, Ianid the
ilnhubiltallt oIf Easlt I1licilnna. gincrally, for tlhe
kind and lilberal piatronage bestowed upon hitsm iuce
lihe conttlineicetl tlsgiiies ini Clinton. and atisur.s tihem
no ex,.tiioun sll beIn wanuting on his part to merit a
contini lnc, ill'i tghe sm.ll
11. S. Ili.i'i.cu is tfuli pirmpared to supply plant
ers. inild all others with every .airticle ini Iii )rug'
business , llll fromli hi, long experiec, e ill that Iine,
colmbined wiuth a practicll ucquaintanci ihlii chlan
isty in all its llralchell, imllrldy requesllts trtl its a
tcst of hisiullalihtiOatigs. An acclrialte nllyliivii of
mucral waters will ibe granlteud gratis, to thoseL desi
rous of haiving it muidge.
PIIYIIAteNs Ia'uc Pl: ar('loll arel dspennsd with
nIaiitells aullul prmiplllutlit,. and with grllt crell u to
hl.blliog. and Ithe n Iur di.l ( li.
A ugolistunt supply iof' i, choicest ibrnds of WVines
gzId Spl rits, oiu htiudiul, tnll' M.itIl. i': ruli .; :. '., ilv.
A Iturge qintlllity of Alelu itd ':iglr r ,tir l'rait
llgulity.) oentutllnilllgy cominl g to iiilhand.
II. S. lD. doets it Icel di lposd to advertciws tih,
exact quliantlities of uDrugs he has received lately.
iiarig he might pusihly Ngii,-rgule it, and noilt do
hiuit'll theil justice hli is so uiui. slvy seeking.
IIENIItY R. IIIECIIfENO & CO.
Clinton. Ti.. (g t. 1. CI ;Ii.
Strayed or wtolen.
SSM.ALL da.l ie gray Indianl I' ney, 10 ý .
S ,to 1~ lllllS n hi brlnd in I1 It . I+ul'derI
ruMblnlllllg K. I., switch tail and llll, supiposed to
be six or ,even year old, teeth hnd, naturli pacer.
A sulitublle reward lll Ib paid to ally ,person ru
turning the unid Ioursa to
WILLIAM, W ()t)DWAII,), "nar Clinton.
N. B. Any informationl will be thanklfully reeoniv
e't. act 20-3t
TIIE ualdelrsigneld has thile fllowing vnrieoles of1 the
Smost deliciouni syrupe, viz.
VA.NILLA, ORANGEN, LFMOX, (.INUER, 11..VA
NA I'EAR l. Y(. ~'e.
which he ollers at I lowvr rail than aniIy other house,
allt in quanltities to suit Ih, b.uyur.
ju'2 WM. (li'HlNIY,.
P )CKiI'T Jih)tKS, l'ankelt Knives, P'ocket Cailbs,
i and Pocket ;ieorl., tlir sale by
oct 13 I. N. IEMON.
SUt'Et IhIL writing ulii black and rad,
Extrua rehmihled mInhsies,,
Horsi' anlld shoiue brushesIl'i, CI'rry combllls,
Fine aud redding combs, andll vnr-ious irlicles,
Jun treceiveud uad oir sale by J. G. Il;AlIlIND.
DOCKET and Table (utlhery, j"lt rlIcuolved aniid fcr
wali by .1. (. Ihl:Altl \l)D.
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN 11OLI)ERS.
JUST recceived, a grneat variety of P.ns, I'eacls,
and Pen holdelru, of every shape and kind. a :e
cry body can be sulted. Call and bhy.
oct 1 I. N. LEMON.
34 LIliS. Cuyeune lupper, for sale by
I. N. IEMON.
1(0 GAIS. bIet cold pressed Cuastr Oil, fir cale
SbIy J. N. LEMI)N
GRIOCEIRIEIS &' PROVISIONS.
ON haundl, andll alr rule, a u10 ii'holrtln!llt of (.roce
ries and l'rovisions, which will be sold low, lor
Cash. \V. GUIRNEY,
a''DOZ. Jordi'a. auparior Lemon My rup. for ciha
24by I. N. Ilu".N.
IrII'IRTY caa.k clear sidae, our sale by
MllAl i. IIIEVEi,AND k Co.
SUCCESSIO S .AL.E,
The State of Louislana-Parish of olst Fellelana
7th District Court. No. 2848,
Successeon of Mrs. Elizabeth Chancy, dee'd.
1)UIISUANT to an order of the Honorable
Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a-cotm
mission to me directed, I will offer for sale, at
the late residence of,the deceased, in this Par.
ish, at public auction, on
Saturday, November 24, 1865,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. x., and
sunset of the satme day, the following property,
real and personal, appertaintlig to said succesc
sion, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND
Being the same whereon the decoased resided,
at the time of her death, contaluning 640
Negroenan Stephen, aged 55 years,'
" " George, " 62 " defective
" " Cato, " 46 " defective
woman ~iney, " 89 " an4 her fa
mily ; viz.
" woman Allay, aged 19 years, and her
child Ben, aged 11 months,
" girl Mary aged 13 years,
girl Caty " 9
" boy Moscs " 10 "
boy Jack 11 "
" boy George, 7
" hoy Peter " "
" boy Joe '" 8 " defective
" itn'but c'hthl of Viuey,
m" sn Ah, upttd "I.' ytJur-S, defective
" wonum, Vih'y,, 4]; "
o" Awomn Judy 31 1
ani her four .hiltdrc ; viz.
" girl Mery ag.d 12 years,
" girl Pltsey " 9 "
" boy All'red " 6 "
" boy Tom " 18 mouths,
" woman Rose 65 years,
" woman Hanunah 65 "
" man Jim " 29 " defective
" man Old Charles 51 "
i" woman Leah 48
" uan Churles " 26 "
" man Milford 23 "
" boy Mike " 19 "
" boy Sam " 17 " defective
" boy Ned " 12 "
" Ioy Daniel " 8 "
" boy Simou " 6
" woman Lucy 21 "
" girl Cnsnmldra 10 "
" girl Matilda 14 "
" girl Ann " 4 "
AlSo : at tile m1n1e8 time and place, the follow
ing personal Iroperty belon:ging ro said lue
Three fourths of the growing crop of cotton.
corn, and potatoes.
Eight head of horses and |mares,
Five yoke of oxen,
Eighty head of cattle,
Forty head of sheep,
Olne hundred head of hogs, more or less,
One ox wagoln,
A lot of fuarling implemelnta,
A lot of Itgging and rolpe,
A lot of elrpenter's tools,
One .orn shellhr,
One straw cutter,
Two old entting boxes,
One ohi lo(om nd spl)inning wheels,
A lot of teditiies, tupping glasses, &e.
A lot of bedstadls, belds, aml bed furniture.
A lot of houslehIld furniture,
A lot of kitchen nltnsils,
A lot of cofee antd one a half bble. of sugar,
Forty head of geese,
Sixty h'tInd of chickens and duckls,
Three fourths of Six thousand bricks.
TeRSIs OF HAlF:,
'['The personal i'propelrty, for Ill lsums of twen
ty dollars and upwartls, oni a credit of twelve
,months fmr)l the (ihly of sall, plyml.ltt to 1e
so.urtd by notes of purehemer, with tipprovod
personal sc:u'lly, and to draw eight ipe.r ce('nt
interest per llann ml , froml Illburily, I:llnil lpaid.
For ill sumlll Illll'under tw. nlly dollars, ('.tsu.
'Th shtaves lon a credit of olie d1111 Itwo ytcrsc
from the day of sale, in two equal iuullal il
he iatd on a credit of one. two, :tml tlhre
years from the day of sale, int three cqual tanu
he purchase price of the land andl slaes to
bear eight per cenlt interest lper anlul fI'roma
lllttlity until paid. P'urchaseers to give thelir
notes with aplproaed personal ut.m'ily aInd con
senCt thatf a mlortgage hIe ret.aitnd , sali leind
Iad ilegtcres to setcure the I)tayltll ,: id h notes,
ott 13 JIAMEIS WLISIIH, IAu.dicteer.
(t I))Z. Ituasell's, Clark & Cu's, gnaihtl, I, Iivter
U) Oil. for sale bIty . N. I, IN.
remedy. shou ~~ollder traces~, lace anld drasktic IJdun111
IiiutIiuipurt&.Is, boily Inio(us. &c., For Kul" byy
a 8 LAN(WIOILT'IIY &" 'IiI.UIiN.
N A ;l1Ln Ktoinachic and tonu,, for Kal by
A LOT of iluvutun Uigur., rlwivd el hunt night, by
11. S. ISEEC'IIIEN) l Co.
dig 4 (La~te Sa'I'lr'u.)
12 ilS, I.I; u o cr sFlur j'tieu' is.
t 'I Iirn I ' I. o . Id
S 1(t''tnA trpj o wl In ni h oi
j1 Incild h \r I. 14.1 iEMN
r . I :l~t,(,lul .,r .ml Iit olu il by
2. 6r 1. N. LEMON.
'5 i IlS I;II VEJ AND &; Co.
IoII:.I irkroy Opirum, htrst ijiuI ity. *ji~t utirivdl.
10 ai for cut. by I. N. LI;M(tN.
74 LIOTTh. onlp. Morpihi ne, for wlNIe ' iNy
S I, anl oxtra Family Flour, just ricuclved 111
toyr sale I y J. G. DsARMONU..
x. L. COnOnt OrP TIn PUBLII ls.Uts,
- UI.NTON, LA. --
I AV EQG Ahoroaghly repaired and "refur
l nished this popular and well known house,
the underelgned au'prep ared to receive Board.
err and entertain Trayellors. Their table will
he furulshed with t.u beat the market cad if
ford, and no pains qr exertions wi.U, e spared
to please and cecommodate ,thos. Wrho may
ftvor them with their pal onnage.
LIVERY S TABLES.
Connected iyith time hotel is a l.C*'pd
oomy stable. Every attention will be p. to
Ilorses placed at livery.
Hlorses, Boggies, and Carriages, for hire,.
n14 WQ0B8HAM & IU)IXON.
The K.itA. au Mouse.
N. W. COILNEit OF Tls3 PUULIC SQUARE,
11HIS well known petabliLhment is pow'olpeu
1 for the reception of Boarders and the ac
cominodation of Travellers. The lotwue has
undergone a thorough renov:ation,' ana is now
In conmplete order, and the proprictor will spare
nEitlihr pains or money in reudering it a deal
rable retreat for all who may favor him witha
There In a large and conuuodiiou 8TABILE
attached to the preumises, and good and itten
tive grooms IVA'N$ WHITE.,
Clinton and BIaton Rouge Daily Line, of
MAIL STA G EI .
_-- IIAVING r,.eunwd the muan:agge
n~flPt of tlle Mail Stage Line, he
twtgia Clitn;n, I t .n ituge, andl JiceInn,
tit hn lauyri 11 a% ouhl r,.lpectfully informn tilhe
travelhlq puar, lic, that. his (.'Onlh,.s will rue
tac;h eV:y, I" V1 I'1YDAY I N TIIE WEEK,
excelptiun b oI'dlev.. %ihr (Tu.ltUo and B3aton
liouge, at 9 o'c..k, ...1
F A 1i:.
Froar Clinton to Frimt BItona Rouge, to
Baton Rouge,..$3 00 Cllnton,......$8 00
Jackson,...... 1 00 Jackson ...... 2 50
Mt. Willing;... 2 00 Mt. Willing,.. 2 00
Plains, .... . . 50 PIlalnN ...... 1 50
si..Every attention paid to thbo comforti 'nd
conveniolence of pas.nger,.
muar 24 WM. ILDFE.
MILLS, CLEVEILAND, & Co.
Provision and Grooery Stojo
I ESI'IKiCTF'ULL inform their friends and
11 tlh. Ir:ting Ipblic, that t hUy have oil hand
it large nid cn Iplhe't s1ock of
G(I t)(CE1III 1S' & PROVISIONS,
toget her with a will shlected assortment of
1)ry Oouls, lahi, Boots, Shoes, Ilardw.v re;'
and in fact every article in dulaud, for Family
or Plantation us.e.
T'hey are prepared to make advnncs on
Cotton consigned to OAK EY & IlAWVltlNI,
and to afford all tlhe facilities usual in their
lin of bllillnes. all
Gold and Silver Speotaolee,
AEL I ILI, I:I; I:fº El id Mupprlnr al
$!WIIjIwv of' Flldlvi'r, and Meal
rilalijeud Spe-etuiIs Io uiful all uge,
Cuntlautly on fowl liffild bor s'ult, jj
a 4 11'N. 8Al)LEIR.f, Blrick Row.
Imniporter, Rod Wlioluualu and itutall D)ealer In
Watohes, Jewelry Cutlery,
(IUSS, PISTOLS, & kANUC aOODS,
NO. (6 CANAlr $TIIEMT,.
N. B1. %'11(e:h·q Mi Jewe~lry carefuf~lly repaired. a14
IIOMEl) MANUA(U'I'OItY OF WAG.
* ONS, CAWJ7$'H , &c. &c.
ILEM. ('ONTINlUES to (-nrry oil the
of Its vi'airi Ioruis tiehies.
IIe hn o(i)i liIIr iid IIrge nssortiient of supe
rior 111sII itwtll tsri ctritil, H( 111 ill orders ror
witrk will In xectettd with Itrtutptlloes, end
in it awiokn'kio klikoi itinitttr.
IIepail hg of tll ki ilis done iitniodiately.
IIis shlopº is immdiitilitiy o ito the stablrei
of te Uion 11t.1.a 14
I IA V I$ t"11v11ge'l it competent work
1111111, 111141 wVill Inu'r oollly set'1 thalt all
woodl wor'k lonu Iby mb Is properly iron
4'II. All orders lfor IukNtulltlI fithwork will ho
pIrompt l'y nI.l urn led I a to nttrl ftithfully executedl.
lit octhsE , on hand will or sle.
I L'IUAIALI) 1111Y.
(' NE Iwu1I1rI·Id co:il- Inuclt(·IIIII'I (llj'jlt rotl)ivlldl
/J1 M.ILS, C.Ih.tV:LIAND & CJo.
T L\' I; N'' ' 1,11t·l 1111huula bu. . ill ' sell' Iby
rf~~IW 3III.Lu, ('I,I' VLIl,ANl) & Co.
S5.o 1 i 'l'k I;;yjutiuiui rci (Outto, just rrnjL'ivd
')ýV front 't.i 0 Loin,,. All, kill, , by ll!lIIUI
3111 4, 'I.IV lI.ANIJ & ('a,
II A %%' it 'uot or itoout h ~ued doutluo I lnrn.'sK, fit
j or it lnr ol large hur.cl'u, whul.h I will *11r low
GNl 11: U~1)ill1I' 1t11', BRAN DY~. ....~lC
OR SI, E iiby lllld In r. h c" I. littl Clu
'ioiis uI1lciiltI ivithi lth' fyI ' n I t i. he
IjeI WI &LllNIY,
r iwll ll l I'... ,.' i1 (1t11ua tncdr u;lto lit t
ctik-, ot bauid tand frclt' i I '
DO~Z. I.,ttt Jiuiiu, ba-kt rluilty. 1i '. ,v la
70 I..a.U UUiLu'Nurau 1 N. U:MfIN:YOY