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THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT.
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR.
VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1856. NO. 50.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
-un MOVA, Clinton. CIIAs. MuVcA, Jachlon.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & oounsellor at Law,
PRACTICES nla the rarlshes of East and West
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
-WILL attend business In East and West Fellclana
and St. Helena, a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OFrrFe: MAIN STREET.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
Attornies and ounsellors at Law,
BUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt.
D ly attended to.
RuuaracMan.-Mesars. Oakey & Hawkins; J. 1,
Byrne _ Co.; New Orleans. a 14
HAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
JAS. 0. FUQUA. J. 0. KILDOUnR.
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at J.aw,
P RACTICE In the courts of East and West Felici
ana. and t. Helena. a 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TIIE undersigned, having entered into partnership
in the practice of their profension, will attend to
all business entrusted to them in the parish of East
And, to any buslness, entrusted to either, in the
adjacent Parishes, they will attend separately.
Office in Clinton, La. JAMIE. 11, lMUSE,
a 14 1). C. IIAIRDEE.
D. B. SAMFORD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
W ILT attend to any prnfelTonnal h)lwness entrust.
ed to him in IEast andI West Feliciana, East
flatont louge, and St. Ielelna Parishes. je0
Justice of the Peaoe & Notary iPublio,
Oflice on the North side of the Public Square.
Notary Publio and Auctioneer.
W ILTL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care.
OveElcE: North East corner of the Public Sqnare
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
CONTINUES the practice of his profesilon, and
respectfully tenders his 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
V 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 UGRAVIER STREET,
B EG to offer their services to Planters and Mler
chants, and promise attention and promptness to
all .ansenuments en.trusted to their care. a 14
/. K. DALEY. I, e, A. TALIAItIE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commission k Forwarding Merohants,
AND WHOLEALE DEALERS IN
67 Tlchoupitoutla Street,
Importer, and \Vholelahr anld Retail Dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery
GUNS, P'IS'TOLS, & 1ANUY GOODS,
No."65 CANAL STREET,.
N. 11. Watches air .I welry car',ully rep.ai r.. i. l
rlFliE subscriber bakes every morning. lie will
I feel a pleasure li serving, at their residences,
all those who may favor hin with their patronage.
All orders left at thie store will be promptly at
tended to. Ile will give as tuch hr elr for n dollar
as any other house. WMI. GUIJtNEY.
GARDEN SEEDS FOIR 1856,
.IlAISED AND PUT UP
By the Society of Shakers, Pleasant Hill, Ky.
THOSE sold by regular appointed agents, are
WARRANTCD fresh and genuine. A large ,.pply
has jast been received by
I. .. LEMON.
Id Sole agent for the Parish of East Fecliciana.
The State of Louisiana-Paribsh of East Fellclana,
7th District Court. No. 2490.
Henry Badly, Adm'r vs. A. P. Moore, et al.
) Y VIRTUE of an order of seizure and sale
' issued in the above entitled suit, directed
by the Honorable court aforesaid, to the sheriff of
the parish aforesaid, I will offer for sale at the door
of the court house in said parish. on the
FIRT ATURIIDAY OF APRIL, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a.m., all the right, title, Interest. and
claim, of the defendant, A. P. Moore, in and to the
following described property to wit :
A certain town lot, lying and being situated
in the town of Port Hudson, in said parish
and state, and known on the figurative plan
of said town, as Lot No. 10, in square No.
1, fronting 80 feet on Alabama street, run
ning back 125 feet, being the same lot and
improvements which was adjudicated to A.
P. Moore, at the succession sale of Robert
Terms qf Sale.-Cash. with the Iuelit of appraisec
ment. B. M. G. BROWN.
march 1, 18386 Sherif.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of East l:ellclana,
7th Distrlet Court. No 2509.
J. B. Power, Adm'r vs. Archibald Palmer.
Y VIRTUE of an order of seizure and sale
issued in the shove ent;tled suit, directed
by the Honorable court aforesaid, to the sheriff of
the parish aforesaid, I will oiler for sale at the door
of the court house in said parish on the.
FIRST' SATURDAY OF APRIL, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. m., all the right. titlec Interest. and
claims, of the defendant. Archibald Palmer, in and to
the following descrebed property to wit:
A certain negro girl by the namlle Susan the
same negro plurhased by the said Palmier
at the succession sale of David Reams, tie
Terms of Sale.--Cash with the benefit of ..ppraise
ment. B. Ml. G. iiRtOWN.
march 1, 1856 Sheri.
The State of Louslsua--l'arish of East Fcliciana,
7thl District Court. No. 1180.
The State of Louisiana vs. John W. Hays, et al.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of leri facias is
sued in the above entitled suit, directed
by the honorable court aforesaid. to the sheriff of
the parish aforesaid, I will offer for sale at the door
of the court hounsi in said parish, on the.
FIRST SATURDA Y OF APRIL, 1850,
at 11 o'clock. a, m.. all the right. title, interest. and
claim, of the defendant, Thomas Chapman, in and to
the following described slaves to wit:
A negro woman by the uname of Dicy, aged
about 28 years,
A negro girl named Violet, aged about 12,
A negro man named Denuis, aged about 25
Thrme of ,de.--Cash, with the benefit of appraise
meuclt. 1. M G. G. IROWN.
Mlarch 1, 1856 Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellclana.
seventh District Court, No. 2177.
John Edge vs. Caleb O. Gayle.
BY VIRTUE of an order of seizure and sale, to
me directed, from the honorable Court aforesaid,
in the above entitled cause. I will offer at sheriff's
sale, at the door of the Court House, In said Parish,
FIRST S. 7'UR) DA Y I.V Al'PRIL. 18511,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, a.m.. and 4 o'clock,
p. m., the following named nd described property,
All that certain tract of land, situated, lying,
and being, ill the Parish aforcsaid, contain.
illng Four hundred (400) nares molre or less.
Bounded on the north, Iby Brown & Culla
ghan, east by lauds of Smith, south by l1nds
of Smith and public lands, and all the
buildings and improvements thereon.
h)mus of Sale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
march 4. 1856 B. BM. G. hIIlOWN. Sheril:
The State of Louisiana Parishl of' Eas Feliciana.
7th District Court. No. 2479.
A. 8. Hlerrou, Adm'r vs. F. A. A. atch, Tutrix.
B Y VIRTUE of aln order of seizure and sole
issnel in the i ulove cutiit led suit, and to inc
directed by IIthe onoralble court aforesaid, I have
seized and will oiler for sale at the door of the court
house In said 'arish. on the
FIRSt ,SA'IURIDAY .V .4AI'IL, 1856,
at 11 o'clock, a. In., all the right, title, Interest, and
claim, of the defetdant, F A. Hatch. Tutrlx, in and
to the followiag described property, to wit:
A certain negro woman, named Caroline.
Terms of Sale-Cash, with the benullt of ap pra.so
m eult. I. M. G. BRIO\N,
march 1. 1856 Sheriff.
The state of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellciana,
seventh District Court, No.2524.
In the succension of RIandel 13. McDonald. deceased.
AUTIIOItIZED by a commission from the honora
ble court aforesaid, I will expose at public auc
tion, to the last and highest bidder, on
IVEDNS'DA Y, April lit, Ib56,
between the hoursof 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock of said
day, at the Court house door in the town of Clinton,
the following described property to wit
One Horse, saddle, antd bridle,
Ote small gold lepiue Watch,
One revolver Pistol and other tttall article.,
Terms of Sale.--CASH.
march 29,1851 JAMES WELSH, tAutioneer.
TUST received, by late steamer, a new un.sortment
of oIoks, conslsting of
htose Clirk, by Ianny Fern,
Lost heiress, by Mr's. Southworth,
Life of Washington, by Washington Irving,
l'lutlu'ch'i linves. spectator, Burke's works,
Ame'rican ii Lneyulopedia, Waverly novels.
life o 8,. S. Prentiss, \Washington Irving's works,
United state., Canttda, andl (Cub. by M s Murray.
For sale by .NAUL'.II.N " S'AJ'JAUSS.
S ILVML: WARE-JuSt 'rectived, i supply of lorhs,
spoous, butter knives; &e. for sale by
march 15 NA UIl4N 4& 81TA US.,
The State of Louisiana, Pariah of East Folltlana.-
7th District Court.
W. W. Chapman, Syndic, vs. John Collins.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of fl fa, to me directed, by
D the honorable court aforesaid, in the above entl.
tied suit, I have seized and will offer for sale at the
door of the court house in aid parish, on the
FIRBT ATUItDA Y OF APRIL, 1856.
between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
I'. M., all the right, title Interest, and claim of the
defendant, in and to the following described proper
Acertain tract of Land situated in the Parish
aforesaid, containing two hundred and fifty
five (265) acres, more or less. Bounded on
the north by lands of Wilford M. Carter,
west by Norwood & Jourdan, south by W.
B. Rogers, and east by apart of the same
Thnrm of &ale-Cash.
march 1, 1850 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of East Flicelana.
7th District Court.
Philip Hull vs. [2020)] V. G. McElweo,
L. II. D)eArmond vs. ("143] W. G. McElwoo
Hugh Lucas vs. 1j653S] It. L. Bell, W. 6urney,
Adm'r, & W. G. McElwee, warrantor,
BY VIRTUE of a writ of II. fa. Issued in the above
entitled suit, from the honorable court aforesaid,
directed to the sheriff of said parish, I will ofler for
sale at the door of the Court house In the town of
Clinton, on the
FIRST SATURDAY Of APRIL, '
A.n. 1856, between the hours of 11 o'clock. A. X. nd
4 o'clock. ...., all the right, title, Interost and claim
or the deftiudent W. G. McElwee In and to the fol.
lowing described property, to wit:
The undivided one half of 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 oni whichl the residence of said McEl
wee is situntted. Bounded, on the north, by
Bennett and Haynes; east by Davis and
Hays; south by Hardesty and Nettles; and
west by IIaynes and M. Harris, with all the
hrem qf Soale.
A credit of twelve months. Purchasers will be
required to give their 12 months bond, with approrv
ed personal security, and a mortgage will he re·
tained on the property to secure the purchase price,
and interest thereon.
march 8,1856 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana, Parilsh of East Fellclana.
7th District Court. No. 2370.
In the matter of tie succession of Mary Kel
DURSUANT to a commission to me direct
ed, by the honorable court aforesaid, I
will sell at public auction in the town of Jack
son, said parish, on
SA TURDA Y, April 6th, 1856.
at 11 o'clock A. M. the following property ap
pertaining to said succession, to-wit:
ONE 1IO USE, the last residence of deceas
ed and seven lots of ground, situated in the
town of Jackson, Parish of East Feliciaua.
TERMS OF SALU.
One half of the purchase price to be paid on
the 1st of January 185'7, the other on the 1st
of January 1858, the instalments to bear eight
per cent interest from day of sale, purchasers
to give good personal security to sign with
thetI the adjudication bond and consent that
a mortgage importing a confession of j.u..ge
meclt be retained on the property until linal
payment of purc'hnse price and interest.
GEORGE W. CATLE'TI',
feb 23, 1850. Auctioneer.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Felicinna.-
7th District Court. No. 2477.
In the matter of the succession of Allison Eg
IN COMPLIANCE with an order and
authorized by a commtission to nme directed
herein by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I
will sell in front of the Court House in said
WEDNESDAY, April 16, 1856,
at 11 o'clock a. in., the following property
appertaining to said succession, to wit:
A parcel of ground in the town of Clinton
said parish, described as follows; The north
half of the lot of ground in the town of Clinton
known and designated on the figurative plan
of said town as the spring lot, being tlhe same
lot by said Eggleston purchased from J, C.
Jackson, transfer passed before John C. White,
Recorder, 25th May, 1855, in which act of sale
tl.e right to the stable and to the occupation
thereof is reserved to John C. White.
TElrams oF SAI!..--CASH.
umrcll 15 B. M. G. IBROWN, Sheriff.
LRAILitOAD NOTIC E.
FROM and alter this date, untll the opening nJ
thle next eeson. the regulllar days of running the
CarU. will be on i Monday, dsday, sdy, and Saturday.
march 8 MARSTON, Agent.
LAVJNG eiingagedI a cip,,let'. t workman, we are
nLIo I'iparl'd I r'l l ' U ltchli's Jewelry, &e.
luarch 8 NAUMNANN & STRlAUS.
CLINTON MALE ACADEMY.
Tp lll lJutitution will open on Munday next, the
. 1ll otf )ecimbe'er, in which will bo taught a
thorough courre of Englsh, Classical, and Mathe
nlition . studies.
l'erms, $15, $20, and $25 per sesslon of five
mnouths, palyalle monthly in advance. Euch pupil
will be required to Iuruith bhi own chair.
dec .8-2m W. HILL, A. M.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Felicilana
7thDistrict Court. No. 2148.
In the matter of the succession of Mrs. Eliaabeth
N1)TICE is hereby given that Jackson M. Chaney
has filed in this court a final account of his ad*
ministration of the aforesaid succession. which will
be homologated in thirty days from the publication
of this notice, unless legally opposed.
march 15 WI. PATTERSON, Clerk.
PAY YOUR STATE TAXES!
N OTICE In hereby given that I have received the
TAx Rotr, of 1 155, for the Parish of East Fellol.
ana. I shall require prompt payment of the Taxes
thereon, nid the law in relation to the Tax on trader
and professions will be strictly enforced.
B. i. G, BROWN.
Clinton, Jan.5, 1S50. 38-tf
• ENnY~f~'crYS.BEECE begs to
_ return his ner thanks to hs friends, and tihe
Inhabitants of East 'eliciana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
he commenced business in Clinton. and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
11. 8. Bsxcue-o is fully prepared to supply plant.
era, and all others with every article in the Drag
business, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with chem
isty in all its branches, merely requests a trial as a
test of hisqpalillentions. An accurate analysis of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those doei
rous of having it made.
P'uYsICIAN's Pl'ascnr tlrrioN roe dispensed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for MKnICAI eroLn.sE, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Porter, (first rate
quality,) continually coming to hand.
H. 8. B. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantities of I)rugs he has received lately.
fearing he might possibly uvena-rate it, and not do
himself the justice he is so anxiously seeking.
HENRY R. BEECHIENO & CO.
Clinton, La., Oct. 13, 1885.
MIY stock of Wines. Brandy. Holland Gin, Jamalca
Rum, all of tbo finet quallity. is now complete.
nov 17 IIIrNRY N. BIEE(mHlENO.
TIlE undersigned has the following varieties of the
most delicioun syrups, viz.
VANILLA, OR. NG E. LEli"Q, (JYItELI, J.'V.1A
NA I'IRt, k. If re.
which le offers at a lower rate than any other house.
and in quauntitic to suit, he buyer.
je 2 WM. GURNEY.
WINES, CORDIALS, & LIQUORS.
CALL and examine the suhecbrter's stock of Wines,
Cordials, and lAignoors. WM. GUIIRNEY.
JAY's Family Prayer IJooks, for sale by
1. N. LEMON.
POCKET and Table Cutlery,just received and fcr
I ale by J.G. I)aAItMONI).
EXCELSIOR CARRIAGE FACTORY.
BUTLER & KOCII,
RTESPECTFULLY Inform their frrieds that they
1, are now prepared to build carriages, Bugglen,
and Sulkles, In the most applroved styles now In
use. All lumber used in our sithop ins received from
the north antd in of superior quality. We have now
In progress from fifteen to twenty vehicles, and in
vite all those who are judges, to examine the work
before it in painted, as we have In empnloy the best
workmen that the south can aillord.
)Designs of all kinds of i chliles to be seen at our
sthop. Call and see themt. All kludt of repairing
Idolte on0 the shortest lotice. All work waruranled,
with propelr tsut'.g fl 2:1
FISK'S METAI,IC IUIIIlAL CASES.
IW are inl possession of the !matent right to sell
the lcaest l in the Parish oil East Felician.
feb 23 IIUTLElR. & KOCII.
CIIANSE'S 1 IErA.r.lc UUillAL CASKET.
H AVING bought thu Iatellt right for the sald of
the Crane Metallic Inrial Casknets, at a great ex
Pienlse, we lntroduce them to llhe public na having a
ulperiority over any case now inll use, Iuty ol' do
sign, artititc nlld celaorate illllhl, simplicity in lin
Ing, highly decorated alnd niltie silhver mounlt
ings, pcrlectly air tight, alld alo giving tll entir
view of the nady,--thet lopc to o casket being coiL
:tructeid of the finest French plate glo.s reinders it
the imost desiraible case oier lltrodlce to thei pilu
lic. Jlenitifl'l ietliallie caps cover the glass, whicih
sec lllures the caelol m nmage on account of lly ex
ternal ire'sure. Samples of this casket canl be seenl
at I. N. Lemon's lrug Store, Clinton.
Woodeni coflton iade to order, anid punctual at
tedanuce given onil all funeral occasious. A flue
llearse will always Ihe on hbnid,
Any iufringement oi our patent righnts willsub
ject the oullauder to prosecution
oh 2!3 BUTiLER & KOCIT.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
W ILL Ihe sold, a plantation situated six miles
north of the town of Jackson, La., and telln
miles north west of Clilton, containing about t80
acres, there being on the pince, a new gin, stables,
new quarters, dwelling, and all suitable buildings,
necessary for It plantation, all in good repair.
For further particulars apply at this office. jan 10
ESTRAYEDI OR STOLEN
F ROM the subscriber, a'sorrel inure, white face,
about seven years old, thirteen hands high, buck
tall, and a colt, nine lmoths old. Any person ftid
ing the same will return them to the undersigned,
who will compensate for their trouble.
march 29, 1850 G. ItOSENiEIRGER.
FISHING TACKLE AT THEII CLIN
TON DRUG STORE.
J WYARRIN'S fine Kerly Bent gravitation fish
hooks, rugged and Iltted heads, all sizes.
do line Llmneric Hooks, all sizes. tiled, flatted
and rugged ends.
do superior cotton, grass, linen and silk fish
lines, for sale by I. N. LEMON.
WTAltItI M'S superior drilled eyed Needles warrant
ed, for sale by I. N. LIEMON.
YEAST OR BAKING POWDERS.
JUST received, a cousi gumnut of Yeast or iaking'
P'owders. HENRY S. BEECIIENO,
jan 26 Druggist, Brick Row.
SUCCEPSFULLY TREATED BY INHALATION 'O!
MEDICATED VAPORS. BY
TOIINEON STEWART ROSE, Fellow of the Roy.l
O College of Physicians and for years, senior Py
slcdan in the London Royal Infirmary for the disea
sea of the lungs.
In this age of progress, medical science has con
tritmted her full share to the general welfare, and
that which shines resplendent, the brightest Jewel la
her diadem, is Medicated Vapor Inhalatia, In the
treatment of consumption and kladred asictlM
the treatment heretofore pursued has been ulty
and wohlly inefficient; the stomach being a e the
receptacle of nauseous compounds, oils, s, heost
of other nostrums; all these being expected to act
upon the lunges the failure to eradicate, or even to
stop the ravages of the disease, in nearly every ease
of well developed consumption, Is surely warning
enough to the consum ptive to shIn stuit a treatthat.
The disease is not in the stomach, hbui the teA eg I
commol sense will then at once teach yqu that mad
llone applied in the form of Vapor directly to itbe
diseased surface of tile lungs, will be far more ef.
fectunl In removing the dinase than edlicine taken
into the stomach. In treating diseases of the luange,
the success of the Medicated Vapor Inhalation ex
seeds my most sanguine expectations, and I earnet
lY appeal to the Intelligence of all afficted, or who
mnly havo the grms of the disease within them, to
embrace at once the soothinog, healing and iooassl
system of Medicated Vapor Inhalation, as thb
Ark of Refuge for the consumptive. I ofier to pt
it within the reach of all, and can so arrange Ittl'Mi
the invalid Is never required to leave home, where
the band of friendship and aflbetion tends so much
to aid the physician's efforts. Where there is 111t
there is now assured hope for the most seemingly
hopeless eases, as throughout all the stages of tble
Insidloue dlesse, the wonderful and beneicial effets
of this treatment are soon apparent. In eases of
lironchitis, Arthma. &e., the inhaling ofpowders and
vapors has been eminently sueceseful, and to those
suffnering under any of the above mentioned com
plalnts. I can guarantee certain and speedy rellef. -I
have plenasre in ref'erring to 207 nates, residents of
New York and neighberhood, who have bien resfo.
red to vigorous health. About one third of the
allore mentioned, According to the patient's own
statements, wire eousldered ilopeles eases.
The Inhalation method is soothlug, safe and spee
dy, and consists in the udmislntratlio of mediolne In
such a manner that they are conveyed in the form of
vapor and produce their action at the seat of disease.
Its proitical success is destined to revolutionleo the
opinion of the medclal world. and to establish the
entire ueralility of c'itntunptloun.
A ppllcant will pleasie state if they have ever bled
from trh lnlllgs, if they have lost flesh, have a cough.
night sweall and ifever turns-what and how much
they expectoratec. whtt the conldition of the stomnach
an,1d 'owls ; tlh neersamry medicine, pplarntus, Ae.
will be forwarded to any part.
Trnst.-- ive dollars, consultatlon fee. Balance
of fee payable when patients report themselves cou
nEPOOMMEP.ATrnN OIP IIYNICIAX..
W1c, the undersignelld plraefilouqr in medllicillo,
chllorfilly antld heartily ricieollltlend I)r. Ittse's illth
od ol'treating dtisennes of tihe lngs nlld thorax, ac the
boet and most elltetunl ever Introduced intoanmdleal
practice. Our convlictions are ased upon having
several of our own patients, confllrmed conaump
tives, restored to vigorous hedlth, after a few months
treatmnlent by l)r. RIose. In tih ahbove nnamed dlsea.
see, the uppllca(til of Mledlicated Vaplors inhale.d dil
rectly I(no the lungs, lly Justly lie considered is
a gr'et Ioon to Illitl'rinIg humanity, rendering con
sullpltiotlnl a perfect rurnlle dimese i
Dr. Itose deserves well orf lil profession for his
unwearield labors in lringing the inhalillg method
to luch a degree of perfectioll.
ItRhr.lil rTOxa:, M, 11.
JA~l:s A. MoThre, I. D.
(lvi'n KINusm.KY, M. M.
We.. Ii. AirrTIN, M. D.
Ouvl.tal Ul'so., IM. D.
( uI.VIN WIIYTrOIIn, M. D.
I)r. IRone's 'rrutliaon (,nxwqn-price one110 dollar.
Address JlIINSIN STIAltlT HtOSl,
I.$91 Broadway, New York.
N. I1.l-Thll new ipostage hlow relllires IprI-liayintlll
of lettei's. My corl'respollednce ieCing extelnsivei, p
pllicantls to lllnl'('e rilepilll n t mlll elosM Iostnge.
,`il"Money letters Meust be registered Iy the Post
o mIster. such leitters onily eing alt ly ris.. jlln ll
AN excellent mtomachlo and tonic, for sale by
apr1il4 NOItW)OI)1 TILDON
OF all kinds and qualities, ta omplete anssort llelt,
on hanl . J. . I)eAItMONI).
C l,o'll] N (, l A'TS, ()OO'TS, & SHOES.
TlH I,hA'r'lTT ltyles of flnest material and best
finish, on hanld ntll lfir mule by
l MlI,l.S, CI,EVIELAND, & Co.
1'ENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDERS.
JUST received, a great variety of Peus, 'enls,
and Pen holders, of every shape and kind. Eve
ry body can be sulutel. (Call and buy,
oct 13 1. N. LEMON.
GRtOCERIES & P'IOVISIONS.
ON hl, ani ,d for sale, a fine assortment of Groce.
rles and 'rovisins, whch which will be sold low, for
Cash. WM. (IUILNIY,
RAIL ROAD) NOTICIE.
A LL persons receiving Irulght, except responslble
SMrchants and Traders in town, will heoreafter lie
asuilred to poy on delivery, unless the same is autho.
rised to be charged to the account of a merchant.
The Rail ltopd Comnpay will not be responsible
for freight delivered along the road, except at sta
tions where they have agents.
Storage charged on all freight remaning at the
Depot ten days.
tub i II, MIAItSTON, Agent.
FTOR SALE, by the subscriber, the celebrated Gin
ger afiralndy, an exceellet stomachlc, and for per.
sons aIllicted with the l)yspepsla, it Is valuable.
e 9 WM. GUIURNEY
A FitESiL supply of puru Liquors, for uyplllnual
lA uses,jnust received anld for sale by
oct 20 LANGWORTHY & TILDON.
litY Measures, for sale by AIOND
_1 I EEDING hoc., spades and shovels, trace ohalns,
' i piiogh lines, for saulo by D'AIlMOND.
"OTTON SELED, on consignamoat asd for sale by