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THE F ELICIANA DEMOCRAT,
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR.
VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1856. NO. 41.
Tie "FBLICIANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub.
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The Fee for announcing a candidate or ofboe will
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CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
Jose kioVa, Clinton. OuaA. McVsA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES MoVEA,
Attornies at Law,
OLTITOI h JACKeOO. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & oounuellor at Law,
PRACTICES In the Parishes of East and West
Felloiana. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WILL attend business in East and West Feliolana
and St. Helena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OrIcs: MAi STRrner.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
DUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt
D ly attended to.
RIPcaerer.-.Me.Mrs. Oakey & Hawkins: J. B,
Byrme A Co.; New Orleans. a 14
IIAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
JAs. 0. '"QI'A. J. O. Ktii.nor ,:
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICE in the courts of East and West Felicl
san, and t. IHelena. a 14
APTORNEY & COUNSELLORI AT LAW,
ll7l undersigned. having entered into partnershlip
. In the practice of thr practicf of theisr prosion, will attend to
all business entrusted to them in the parish of East
And, to any businessl . entrusted to either. in the
adiarent Parishes. they will attend separately.
Oflee in Clinton, La. JAMF. IT. MSI'.,
a 14 D. C. ITA.RIE:E.
D. B. SAMFORD.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
TILL attend to any profiessonal bu.sines entrust
Y ed to him In Elast and West Felicana, East
Nato. Rouge. and St. lHelena Parishes. je
Jastioe of the Peaoe & Notary (Publio.
O.me. on the North side of the Public Square.
Notary Publio and Auctioneer.
W.ILL attend,promptly to all business entrusted
to his care.
Orrrnc: North East corner of the Public Sqnnre
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
C ONTINIJFS the practice of his profession, and
respectfully tenders his services to the citizens
of Clinton and vicinity. a 14
Dn. C. II. PORTER,
RSPECTFULTY offers his professional services
to the citizens of Clinton. and its vicinity.
He can always he found. when not profeseinnnlly
.egaged, at the Drug Store of Wm. Sadler, on Brick
low. a 14
april 14 JACKSON, LA.
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 GRAVIER STREET,
Sto t r their rur.lo. to Planters and mm , r
I.b.se, and promise attention and promptness to
all esnsignmuents entrusted to their care. a 14
5. Y. AL CY.* . E. A. TAILAIhIE.
E. AM. DALEY & Co.
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AN)D WIHlnfr~ALE DrEAERI IN
It Tehoupitoulan Street,
Importer, and Wholesalo and Retail Dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
StUNS, PISTOLS, & FANCY GOODS,
No. 65 CANAL STRIEET,.
N. 1. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. a14
General Agent and Collootor.
W-ILL attend to the posting of books, making out
accounts, collecting the same, and All other
iusiness connected therewith.
Refers to Mills, Cleveland & Co., Clinton.
W. W. Chapman & Co., "
Micajab Harris. Now Orleans. nov A
AT New Orleans prices, by
,nor 17 gR0NRY 8. BT:CHE'yO.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of BEut Fellelana.
Justice Chse's Court, (late Justice Carmen's),
Thomas Adams vs. Worsham A Dixon.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of ft. ft. to me directed by
D the honorable court aforesaid, in the above en
titled suit, I have seized on and will offer for sale at
the court house door in the town of Clinton, on the
FIRST BACUJRDAY IN MARCH,
A n., 1856, between the hours of 11 o'clock A.M. and 4
o'clock rP..: all the right, title, interest and claim,
Thomas J. Woraham & James M. Dixon have in and
to the following named and deesribed property:
One town lot in the town of Clinton, in said
Parish, known and designated on the figura
tive plan of said tows, as lot No. 1, in square
No. 8, with all the buildings and improve
ments tlheron, said property being known as
the Union Hotel, situated on the north east
corner of the Public Square of said town.
Tirms of S.ae.-Cash, with the benefit of apprale
ment. B. M. G. BROWN,
jan 26, 156 Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Feliolana.
seventh District Court. No. 1842,
J. M. Troscott,, Hart, Labatt & Co. transferees, vs.
Wm. Lewis, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of f. fa. to me directed
from tbe 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 SATURDAY OF MARCH, 1856,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A, u. and 4 o'clock,
P. x., all the right, title, interest, and claim of the
defendant, Wm. Lewis, in and to the followlng
named and described property, to wit.
A certain negro man by the name of Stewart,
aged about forty years, of black complexion
atId a blacksmith by trade.
ormo of Salak.--CUb, with the benefit of appraise
jan 26, 1856 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellciana
seventh District Court, No. 1705.
Brewster & Co. vs. P. J. Hlarbour.
B. VIRTUE of a writ oe fl. fa. to me directed,
D from the honorable Court aforesnld, in the above
entitled cause. I will offer at wheriff's sale, at the
dour of the Couwt louse, In said Parish, on the
I7IST7' SA. 7'JURDA. 1 LV MARCH, 1856,
lbetween the hours of I I o'clock, a.n.. and 4 o'clock,
p. in., all the right. title, Interest, ai:d claim shat
l'h.,sant J. Ilarl,or has in and to the followiug na
med and described prolprty, to wit?
Three hundred (300) acres of Lond, more or
le.s, lying on the waters of Black creek, in
said Parish, and hounded as follows, to wit:
north, by Powell and Kennedy: south, by
Miller; west, by Leslie- and cost, bIy Black
creek; togetther with al the imlprovemncul .
thlreon, and till the rents and revenues ari
Terme of Sade.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
Jan 26. 1856 11. M1. G. BROWN. Sheriff.
The Slate of .llanione-lParish of East Follciana,
7th Distriet Court. No. 2428.
A. i). 'almer vs. Moses Bloom.
BY VIR'TUE of an order of seizure & sale Issued in
the above entitled suit from the honorable court
albresuid, 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 SATUIRDA i OF MARCH,
A. o 185i, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. M. and
4 o'clock P. M.. all the right, title, interest, and claim
of the defendant, Moses llloom, in and to the fol
lowing named and described property, to-wit:
A certain lot of ground In the town of Clinton,
Parish aforesaid, having a front ofseventyflvo
(715) feet, by a depth back of three hundred
(800) feet, the lot having a front towards
the Methodist church; and boleng the same
purchased by M. Bloom of F. Hardesty, to
gether with all the improvements thereon,
and all the rents and revenues arising there
Terms of ale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
Jan 16, 1856 B. N. GG. BROWN, Sheriff
The State of Louisiana-P.arish of East Foliclana.
7th l)istrlct Court.
Philip lluff vs. [206'.'] W. fl. MIlEllwee,
I,. H. DeArmond vs,  W. G. McElwee,
Hlugh Lucas vs.  It. L. Rell, W. Gurney,
Adm'r, I W. G. McElweo, warrantor,
DY VIRTUE of a writ of Ii. fa. issued in the above
J entitled suit, from the honorable court aforesaid,
directed to the sherift' of said parish, I will offer for
sale at the door of the Court house in the town of
Clinton, oi the
FJ'lt BA TURDAY OF MlARCH,
A. n. 185ti, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. M. and
4 o'clock. P.M., all the right, title, interoest and claim
of the defendont W. G. McElwee in and to the fol.
lowing described property, to wit:
The undivided one halfof six hundred and forty
(640) acres of 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 McEl
wee ia situatod. Bounded, on the north, by
Bennett and Haynes; east by Davis and
Hays; south by EHtrdesty and Nettles; and
west b)y 1Iaynes and M. Harris, with all the
improvem uts thereon.
Terms of Sle.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
mont. B. M. G. BROWN,
jan 26, 1850 Sheriff.
BARGAINS TO CLOSE.
SEING desirous to close buslness here, I will give
J good burgains to CASH dealers. M ,stock Is well
Those indebted to IIAnnls & D'AiuoiNn, or myself,
will consult their huterestand greatly oblige, by ma
king early settlements, as the outstanding business
must hbe closed without delay.
nov 24 J. G. D'ARMOND.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
A LOT of slgar eured IlAMS, on hand and for
A sale by WM. tRN".
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East lelicianl.
7th District court. N.. 11u
M. Harris vs. G. W. Catlett.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of selzre'ad sale,
issmed in the above entitled edit, directed
by the Honorable court aforesaid, to the theriff of
the parish aforesaid, I will oiler for sale At the door
of the court house in said parish. on the
FIRST SATURDAY OF FERBRUART, 1886,
at 11 o'clock, a.m., all the right, title, interest. and
claim, of the defendant, G. W. W. tlett, in tad to the
following property, to wtt:
All that certain portion of the lot og round,
(conveyed to Catlett by Peaco .) lying
and being in the Town of Jaelson, said
Parish, and known on the p0nwttlve plan
of said town, as the western portion of
Lot No. 9, in Square No. 9, of donated
lands, having a front of 26 feet by a depth
of 150 feet, together with all the Improve.
ris f Sa&re.--Cbsh with the benefit of app.tlse
ment. B. M. G. BROWN.
dec 29. 1858 5ºerf.
The State of Louisiana. Parish of East Felllcan.-
7th District court. Na 2031.
John B. McCoy, G. P. McCoy. transferee, vs, Ell L.
Haygood and wife.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of flern faclas, lssu
JJ ed in the above entitled suit, and to me
directed by the Honorable court aforesaid, I have
seized and will offer for sale at the door of the court
house In said Parish, on the
FIRST SATURDAY IN FEBRUlARY, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. m., all the right, title, interest, and
claim, of Eli L. llaygood and wife, in and to the
following described property, to wit:
"A certain Lot of Ground acquired by W.
H. Rist, of J. W. Taylor, by purchase, be
ing a square acre, sitnated, lying, and being,
in said Parish, in the vicinity of the town of
Clinton, laid off in the following manner, to
wit: to front on the road leading from Clin
ton to Liberty, commencing on said road,
ten feet from the north east corner of Au
gusto Rist's lot, and running westwwlly,
parallel with said line of Auguste Ristip
Ing the same distance from the said lii for
the purpose of a passage way bectween, so for
as by making the other sides equal will just
make one arre of ground, having the main
road aforesaid for its eastern boundary.
Also: all the buildings and improvements there
on, and all the rents and revenues accruing
Terms of Sae--Cash, with the benefit of appraise
mont. B. M. 0. BROWN.
d,'c 25. 15i Ch,.riff'
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE.
I OFFER, at private sale, the place where I now re
side, situate in the Parish of East Feliciana, on
the waters of Bluff Creek, ten miles south east of
the town of Clinton, contailning two sections, with
all the improvements thereon, consisting of a good
dwelling. out houses. gin and mill, 240 acres Iwing
cleared; the place is a healthy location, well tim
hered and watered, and is as desirable as any in the
parish. Either one or both sections will he gold, to
suit purchasers. Also: that ine tract of land, on
which the late Elizabeth Chancy resided..pold at
Probate sale on the 24th November last. sitnate or,
the Amite river, in the abovenamed Parish, 13 miles
from the town of Clinton, containing 640 acres
good dwelling, gin, negro cabins, and other cut.
houses, between two and three hundred acres being
open and under good repair. For terms apply to
the undersigned, on the premises.
dec 16 DAVID M. CIIANEYT
HITrNRY ,S. B3EGTCEI-ENO begs to
return dai e s rncere thanks to his friends, and thei
Inhabitants of East Fellclana, generally, for Ithe
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
lie commenced Iullsinless inl Clinton. nsld asurlres them
no exertions shall ie wanting on Isll part to merit a
contlnuance of the sanme.
11. S. lUis.cr'neso is fully prepared to suply plyant
ers, and all others with every article in the ,Prur
business, and from his long 'experienee in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with cherm
Isty in all its branches. merely requests a trial ain a
test of lisqualillentions. An accurate analysis of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those deci
rous of having it made.
PIIYRltrlAN' PsIue'IrII'7rox's are dispensed with
neatness anld iprompltitue. anll with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest hrnnds of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for ncr.reAr i'riruIoss, only.
A large quantity of Ale and I'arter, (first rate
quality,) continually coming to hand.
H. 8. Bi. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact rluantlitis of Drugs 1h has received lately.
fearing he might possibly vunr'n-rate it, andi not ito
himself the justice he is so anxiously seeking.
HENRY 8. BEECiILNO & CO,.
Clinton, La., Oct. 13, 1825,
F llE subcribers have tills day entered into co
1 partnership under tihe namte anll stye of II Ai
RIS & ,LEVI, for tile purpose of transacting a Cot
toll Facterage and General Conmnilssioni lshiress.
MICA aIlI HARRlS,
Now Orleans, Jun. 1. 1855.
PAY YOUR STATE TAXES!
NOTICE is hereby given that I have received the
Tax Ro.Lr, of 1a55, for tle Parish of E.ast Flici
aqa. I shall require prompt payment of the Taxes
thereeo, and the law inr reilation to tihe Tax on trades
and professions will be strictly enforce'd.
B. M. G, BROWN,
Clinton, Jan.f, 1858. 8-$-f
GAItRDEN SII)S FOtt 1[t.r,
RAISED AND I'iT I'P
By the Society of Shakers, 'leasant 11111, Ky.
THOSE sold by regular sppoint"d agents, are
WARrlANTD fresh anlds genuine. A large supply
has jant been received by
I. N. LEMON.
dl bole agent for the Parish of East Fellelana.
)F EVERY DESCRIPTIOtN, neatly and promptly
executed at thi, Offie.
TIIE STATE OF LOUISIANA, ISeventh fiSleal
PAntst or MAST rtLIOTANA. Distriot Court.
,JO1to lB hereby given that David Smith htlled
L in this coprt a hall account of his admhialtra
tion of P. & O. Lloyd, deceased, which will be he.
mologated in ten days after the publication ofthi
notice. unless legal oppoetlon be ted thereto.
Jan 26, 4856 - W . PATTERSON, Clerk.
the State of Louisiana, Parish of But eleleana.,
?th Distriot Court. No. 81,
NtOTICE is hereby given, that John MeKowep be
1 filed in this court, an account of his tutorebip of
the minor children of John B. Pharos, deceased.,
which will be homologated in thirty days after the
publication of this notleg, uuless legal opposition
be flied thereto.
Jan 1t, 1856 H. SKIPWITH, Dep. Clerk
The State d Loalsiasn-Parich of bat Peleor.-g.
7th District Court. i1ts 1786.
NOTICE is hereby givep (bat ary 0. Demnet,
AIlministratrix of the sneceselon of Bartholo
mew lennett, deceased, hba filed at oecount of her
administration which will be homologated in ten
days after the publication of this notico unleeslegal
opposition be filed thereto.
Jan 19 18615. WM. PATTERSON, Clerk.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Feliclana,
"eventh District Court, No. 195.
,NOTICE is hereby given that lythell llynes. Ad
minlistrator of the succession of John Waddill,
deceased, has filed In this court an account of his
adminintitration which will be homologated in ten
days after the publication of this notice, unless legal
opposition be tled theAeto.
San. 19. 1856. WM. PATTERSAN. Clrk.
. LL persons who are itdebted to the estate of R.
W. and Mary Newport, will please to make pay.
mont. Those who have claims against the estate will
present them for settlement.
nov 5 SIMPSON W. NEWPORT, Agent.
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY INHALATION OP
MEDICATED VAPORS, BY
JOlINSON STEWART ROSE, Fellow of the Royal
0 College of Physiclann and for years, enoler Phy
sician in the London Royal Infirmary for the disea.
see of the lunge.
In tillis age of progr'ss, medical science has con
trilbteid heir frill 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 alictions;
thte treatment heretofore pursued has been faulty
and wofully Inefficient: the ktomnach being made the
receptaele of nauaeous compounds, oils, and a host
of other nostrums; all these bhing expected to act
upon the lungsl the failure to eradlcate, or even to
stop the ravages of the disease, In nearly every case
of well developed ennsnumptlon, is surely warning
enough to the consumptivo to shln such a treatment.
The disease is not in the stomach, but in the Lunge I
cnmmon sense will tthen at once tench yno that med
hinue applied In the form of Vapor direetly to the
diieaasd stlurface of thle lungs, will e flir more of
feeorlla In removintg thI di(s.se hal me ndicine taken
ilto the stoulach. In treating diseases at the lungs,
tihe success of tihe Modicated Valpor Inhalation ex
reeds my most sanguine expectatlion, andI I earnest
iy appeal to the intelligence of all afflicted. or who
may have the germs of the disease wititn them, to
emlrace at once the soonthing, heaIing and suoceseMul
system of Medicated Vapor Inhalation, as the only
Ark of llefuge for the consumptive. I offer to put
it within the reach of all, and can so arrange it that
the invalid la never required to leave home, where
the hand of friendship and af'ection tends so much
to aitl the physician's efforts. Where there is life
there is now assutred hope for the most seemingly
hoepless cases, as throughout all thefslages of this
nslidlion dieanse the wonderful and lbeneficial effects
of this treantmrlt are soon apparent. In cases of
Ilronchitis, Asthma. &e., the inhaling ofpowders and
vapors hns been eminently suecessful, aind to those
esnffring under any of the shove mentioned com
plaints. I can guarantee certain and speedy relief. I
have plasure in referring to 207 names, residents of
New Yorlk and neighblerhood, who have been resto
red to vi orillou heiallth. Alolit one third of the
atlevo merntioned, aieording to the pntlent's own
statements. were considered hopeless ciseso.
The Tnhalation method is soothliig, atll and spee
dy, anld conilslins In the admilnistration of' ,medlcine In
such n manner that they are con'iveyed lit the form of
vapor aII iiproduce their aItiL i at ithe sent of l'lsease.
its prac(tical success is dtest illd I( revolutionlre the
opinlon of the medical world, and to estibllih the
entire c.lrabillty of consumption.
Applicants will please state if they have ever biled
from the lungs, if tlhey haue ilst flesh, hatve a cough,
night sweats and fever tUrns-what and how much
they expectorate, what the clnditon of thet stomach
and 'towels; the necessary medicine, apparatus, &o.
will lie forwarded to any part.
TKenus.--Five dollars, consultation fee. Balance
of fee payable when patients report themeilves can.
I It('IOMMENnATION OF PlHYrIcrANA.
We,, the undersigned prnctilltiners lu meloine,
he.,rfrilly and heartily recommend Dr. Rose's meth
od of treatlng disenses of the lungs and thorax, asithe
ihert anld most effectual ever Introduced into medical
practl se. Our convictions are Ibaseid upon Ilavillng
several of our own patients, colnfirmed consump.
tires, restored to vigorous healthll, after a few months
treaftment by Dr. Rose. fo the abtove named dises.
ses, the application of Metdieatied Vapors inhaled dl
rectly into the lungs, maiy justly be considered as
a gr.:tl hboo to sufeirinlg hunluility, rendering con
sun rltion its perfe t rcuc.able discie /
1ie. Ios( dceservor well of his profession for his
unwesaried labors lit bringing the inhaling method
to such a degree of perfection.
ItRAlln SiTONP, M, M.
Jaunc A. Mow., M. D.
(Curns R Ker.torl. M. M. .
Wa. II, ATrri, M. I).
OutVII.r. Uions, M. D.
GaIr.vm Wu.rSMoic, M. D.
Dr. Rose's lrni,s on ',nCrnumdion-prlce one dollar.
Address JOHIINON RTIWART RORE,
381 Biroadway, Now York.
N. B.--The new postage law requires pre-payment
of letters. My correspondence being extensive, ap
plicants to in sur replies must enclose postage.
lP'Money letters must he registered by the Post
mua.ter, sih letters only being at my risk. Jan 5
TOYS I TOYS.! TOYS!!!
(11 1\S. "wordR, whips, and houses and furniture In
In fact, every thing cnitnlile for Christmas and
Nw Yrar'e (7l'Ix, adhrlaptdl to person of all ages
and P1d,es, lisot reCelved and on aile.
'ill al examin e".
de LAYC W'OUTII1 A- TILDON.
~ bril. and dlarnes. o
l . ROSS,
N -I*of the public 8quae.^
W OUL I) Ilcti ly inform his patrOUssal
V the public dhrl, that he bas jit R
ceived a larne a. ell melected assortment of
LEAT HER, WtnMt ARE, to.
suitable for the mannlsafte of say sad eres
artioleo that may be waned or ealled for la his
line of business: is.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HE1I I4.
lls stock of Leather has been aud1A t
great care, and is of the best quality.
The eSddlery Hardware is direct from NoW
York, and is of the latest style amdett
With competent and experienced -woeelm
to manufhcture this material, he hopes to fle
perfect satisfaction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality and execution.
1S CALL AND EXAMINE. 'U
Jan 26 ly
NAUMAN & STRAUSS,
Fine Watches, Jewelry, Books, Stationery,
AND FANCY ARTICLUS,
tHAVE received froth Now York, a now sad
1 complete assortment of Goods, to whleh
they invite the attention of the people of Oli.
ton and vicinity, and the ladies especially.
WATcrse, J KWLaRY, &c. comprising T. P.
Cooper, Tobians, and real Joseph Johns_
movements; Swis and English Levers, tW
gether with a splendid stock of Eastern
JRwsl.Y, of the latest style and best fisnk,
Slr.vsn a PIATrn WARn, all descriptions.
Tor.ir Anrtict.s ; Perfumery, Hair Oil, Pe
matum, Fancy Soap and Extracts, direct fro
WoaR Boxas, Port Monnales, Fine Pocket,
CARD sar5s; silver, pearl, and shell.
RAzonR a KNsvEs, Rogers' best brand.
Booxs, consisting of standard and miscella
Scunot, BooKs, rconmmendcd for their high
and instructive chnaraceter.
POENS, of Americnn and British authors.
Novrs, latest and hbest published, with a
great variety of other interesting reading.
Musoic; a fine lot of sheet music, embracig
pieces from the most gifted composers.
We have suitnhable arrngements to procare
nooks, so flint orders left with us will be
llp"Watches and Jewelry cnrefully repair
ad by the heat of workmen, and warrnated.
We solicit a share of the public patronage,
feeling convinced we shall be able to give en.
$&-All articles sold, warranted as repre
sented, or the money refunded.
asrSign of the BIG WATCH, east of the
Public Square, opposite the Post Omce.
Je 9 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
DIRSOLUTION OF PA RTNERSHIP.
TRle partnershlp existing between Mr. N. B. Pettles
and Rarah A. Nicholli, of Clinton, l.a., under the
name and stylt, of Mlrs. 1. A. Nicholls & Co., for the
purpose of transcating a general 'aney I)reuGoods
and MIlllncry hbulness, has been dissolved this frst
day of November. 18M5.
l'ho bluintess will bi continued by Mrs. Sarah A.
Nicholls in her ownll llnie, cii, hereby assuming the
paytent of all dlebt eonltralteld by the firm. All
nutlstalnding deblnend book nreoullts title to the lae
firm are to hfcllheht d ib thI sa mid hIre. R. A. NILc
oils, ntl who nline is nti horirzed ti collet nnd re
rclve them, andl to Il, 111the io of the late Arm ft
liqnhlatlon and ei tflhement or all claims.
Signed this tenth day of Novemlber, 185t.
RAIIAII A. NICIIOLIJ,
nov 17 E. II. 1'EI17'TI8.
QTATIONIERY. lnlllk lhoko, diary for 1850, fine
1. Iliultes, hymlll books, A,., nt
d 22 IAN(;W'tltTIIT & TILDON'S.
FOR SALE OR -iEASE.-TIHE KIL
P)OSRESSION to e gir vn on the lt of Janun r.
SFor terms apply to
d 22 11. BKIPWITIL
A LL persons having claims against the state Vf
SDniel Hollowty, ra rlqutsted to Irwent thei
to my attorney, John McVea, for liquidation, ase
those Indoebted to aild estate, are requested to maek
deno I8 IRUtTY I. fMITII, Admlnlstrator.
J AY'S Family Prayer Books, for sale by
I. N. LEMON.
-Ot)KE'T and Table (Culery, just received and feo
I sale by J. t. DARUMOND.
CO('Y lOOKS,with and without copies, for sale
by . I, N. IlIMON.
=l)OR SALE, by the suhberiber, the celebrated OlI.
' ger Brandy, an excellent stomachic, and for pr
sons aflicted with the Ilyspepela, it is valuable.
it, 0 WM. GURNEY
A PRFIII sipply of piur' iquorn, for medleinal
twes, Jnust received and for anle by
oct20 IANGIfWOIRTIIY & TILDON.
CLOTIHING, ITATS, BOOT, & SHOES.
T1I1R LATERT styles of finest material and bed
inislh, on hand and for sale by
a 12 M. LIA, OlVý1U.ANYD, & eo.
AGENTS I AGENTSlI AGENTS11I
P)EKSONS accustomed to procllre subecribers for
f Iooks, Magazines, Ac., or get up clubs for news.
papers, are requested to .e illu tlleir names and
addresa, and we will forward Ithm, free of charge, a
tpecilmeu umber of a puillcation for which they
will liud ready ale, and we will allow them a eom.
mnilslol of If0 Iper cent for their services.
J. IBRADFIORD & BROTHER,
nor 21 3Courtland Ft. New York.