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THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT
BY G. W. REESE. * THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERM.--$8 PER YEAR.
VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1856. NO. 5.
CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c.
JoN McVsA, Clinton. CAs. McVIA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
W. FERGOU KERNAN,
Attorney & counsellor at Law,
PRACTICES in the Parishes of East and Went
Felloiana. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WTILL attend business In Fast and VWest Feliclana
IV and St. Helena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OrniCa: MAIn STnMrT.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
BUSINERS entrusted to their care will be prompt
ly attended to.
Rirvcrscvcns.-Messrs. Oakey & IIawkins: J. Ii,
Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14
IIAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Coaasellors at Law,
JA. O. FCQUI'A. J. n. KTi.nor'l'N
FUQUA & KI LBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICE in the courts of East and West Felle.i
ana. and t. Ilelena. 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELILOR AT LAW,
TI.LE undersigned, havingentered into partnership
In the practice of their profiwssion, will attend to
all business entrusted to thetm in the parlah of East
And, to any business, entrusted to either, in the
ajacent Parishes, they will attend separately.
Office in Clinton, La. JAMES II, it?SE,
a 14 ,_ . C. IITAlIE.
D. B. SAMFORTD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
1TILL attend to any profemional Iusiness entrust
,i ed to him in East and West Felicluan, East
laton Rouge, and St. Ilelena Parishes. Je9
Juastie of the Peace & Notary Public,
Omfee on the North side of the Public Square.
Notary Publio and Auotioneer.
C L I NT '0 N, L A
WTILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
VT his care.
OVi.' : North East corner of the Public Square
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
C ONTINI.ES the practice of his profession, and
respectfully tenders hbl services to the citizens
of Clinton and viclnlty. a 14
DR. O. P. LANGWORTHIY.
HTAVING disposed of his Interest In the Drug Store,
i will devote his time and attention exclusively
to the practice of his profession.
Ofice at the Drug Store of 'Norwoon TII.r)n. Ros
Idence, house formerly occllpled by Du. A. J.
Clinton La., April 5i, 1850.
T. O'CALLA IiHAN,
_april 14 JACKSON, L.A.
HARRIS & LEVI,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 809 CARONDELET STREET,
W ILL at all times be prepared to furnish supplies
at the lowest market rates, and grant reasona
able facllities to those doing business with them.
Soliciting patronage, they promise their personal
attention to all business intrusted to them. Jan 19
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 GRAVIER STREET,
BEG to offer their services to Planters and MerO
chants, and promise attention and promptness to
0i4 eonslgamenats entrusted to their care, a 14
Impiorter, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
tJUNS, PISTOLS, & FANCY GOODS,
• NO. 65 CANAL STREET,.
"N. B. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. a14
SUCCESSOR TO LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
Druggist and Apothecary,
AND DEALER IN BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
WELL selected easortment of Toys, Perfumery,
A and Fancy Goods.
Music and museleal Instruments,
Painte, Oil, Lead, and Varnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fine Cutlery, Razors, and Soap.
april 12 BRICK ROW, CLuTON, LA.
?ORK-a superior artile of Bulk Pork for sale
I low by D'ARMOND,
IRISH Potatoes. -different kinds-free from frost
I lury, In large barrels, for sale, D'ARMOND.
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY INHALATION OF
MEDICATED VAPORS, BY
TOIINSON 8TEWART Olt)SE. Fellow of tihe Royal
College of Physicians and for years, senior Phy
sicilan In the London Royal Infirmary f'or the disea
sos of the lungs.
In this age of progress, medical science has con
tributed her full share to the general welfare, and
that which shines resplendent, the brightest Jewel In
her diadem, Is Medicated Vapor Inhalation. In the
treatment of consumption and kindred amictions;
the treatment heretofore pursued has been faulty
and wofully inefficient; the stomach being made the
receptacle of nauseous compounds, oils, and a host
of other nostrums; all these being expected to act
upon the lungs! the failure to eradicate, or even to
stop the ravages of the disease, in nearly every case
of well developed consumption, is surely warning
enough to the consumnptive toshun such a treatment.
The disease is not in the stomach, but in the Lungs I
common sense will then at once teach you that mied
Iclnc applied in the form of Vapor directly to the
diseased surface of the inngs, will hie far more ef
fectual in removing the disease than nmedicine taken
into the stomach. In treating diseases of the lungs.
the success of the Madicated Vapor Inhaintion ex
coeds my most sanguine expectations, and I earnest
Iy appeal to the intelligence of all afflicted, or who
may have the germs of the disease within them, to
embrace at once the soothing. healing and successlul
system of Medicated Vapor Inhalation, as the only
Ark of Refuge for the consumptive. I ofler to put
it within the reach of all, and can so arrange it that
the invalid is never required to leave home, where
the hand of friendship and allbetion tends so much
to aid the physician's efforts. Where there is life
there is now assured hope for the most seemingly
hopeless easts, as throughout all the stages of this
Insidious disease, the wonderful and Ineliclai ellects
of this treatment are soon apparent. In cases of
Bronchitis, Asthma, &c., the inhaling ofpolwders and
vapors has been eminentlly sucIcessfuil. ild to those
sufllring under any of the above mnntioned coin
plaints. I can guarantee certainl lland spdlly relie. I
hal'v pleasure in reflrring to 207 lialmes, residlents of
New York anlld neighierhood. who have hI en retl'o
red to vigorous health. Aibout one third of the
above mentioned, according to the patient's own
statemeants, were consildered hIopeless ciases.
The Inhalation method is sootlhig, salfe and splre
dy, and consists In the adlaliistration of medicine in
such a manner that they are conveyed in the firm of
vapor and prodlluce their alctiol at the selt of disease.
Its plractical suclces s i destined to revolutionize the
opinion of thl mnildical world. auda to establish the
elltire cuirability of consumptlon.
Applicants will pllease state if they have ever bled
from the lungs, if they have lost Ilesh. hiave a cough.
night slveats and fever turns-what anld how mnuch
they expectorate, what. the conditlon of the stonlmach
anRd lowels; tie necessary medicine, apparatlus, &c
will le forwarded to any part.
Tanuaaa-.irhe dollars. conasultatiin fee. Bahilance
of fee payable when patients report tlhemlnrcves conl
nEc('OUMMENI)ATrIO OF rIYSrICIAN,.
We, the undersigned practitioners in medicine,
checrtflly and heartily recommlend lr. Itose's aleth
od of treating diseases of the Ilngs aund thorax, as the
best and most effectual ever introduced iito medical
practice. Our convictions are based upon having
severral of ouir own patients, coulirmed conlsump
lives, restored to vigorous health, after ia few mnornths
treatment by hIr. Hose. In the above nalmed disea
ses, the applicationl of Medicated Vapors Inhaled di
rectly into the lungs, may justly be considereud as
a great boon to suatlibring humnanity, renderinlg con
sumptioln a perfect curable disease/
I)r. Rose deserves well of his profession for his
unwearied labors in bringing the ihaling method
to such a degree of jperfection.
Rlh.lT . TON:, M, M.
JAltrs A. MaTT, M. D.
CYirus Kixsal.ev. hI. M.
WVE. Ii. Arl'nrx, M. I).
OltvI.Le Ur'sox, M. D.
GALVIN WVue5STiIont, M. D).
Dr. Rose's Trratisson oe umamlikt-price one dollar.
Address JOHNSON TElY\VAl' l ROSE,
381 Broadway, New York.
N. B.--The new postage law requires pre-payment
of letters. My corresplOlldence being extenslve, ulp.
ilicants to ilnsure replies must enclose postage.
J.P%.Money letters must lie registered Iy the Post
master. siuch letters onllly being at my risk. jail 5
JUST received, by late steamer, a new assortment
of books, consisting of
hose Clark. by Fanny Fern,
Lost Heiress, by Mrs. Southworth,
Life of Washington, by Washington Irving,
l'lutarch's Lives. spectator. Burke's works,
American Encyelonpedia. Waverly novels.
Libf o S.. 8. 1 rcnIeal, Washington Irving's works,
United states, Canada, and Cuba, by Miss Murray.
For sale by NArUNAN & ,SITRAU/SS.
AN excellent stomachic and tolnic, for sale by
april4 NORWOODI TILD)N
AF all kinds and qualities, a complete assortment,
U on hand. J. G. DEARMONI).
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, & SHOES.
T1El LATEST styles of finest material and best
L finish, on hand and for sale by
12 MILLS, CLEVELAND, & Co.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
ON hand. and for sale, a fine assortment of Groce
riles And Provisions, which will be sold low, for
Cash. WM. GURNEY,
YEAST OR BAKING POWDERS.
JUST received, a consignment of Yeast or Baking
Powders. IlbLitY . BEECIIENO,
jan 26 Druggist, Brick Row.
MY stock of Wines, Brandy, Holland Gin,Jamaica
Rum, all of the finest quality, is now comalete.
ltov 17 HENRY S. BEECIHINO.
TOR SALE, by the subscriber, the celebrated Gin
.L ger Brandy, an excellent stomachic, and for per
sons afflicted with the Dyspepsia, it is valuable..
Je 9 WM. GUIRNEY
DRY Measures, for sale by
1 )D'AW'RION P.
U.llEEl' MUSIC- -A new supply of sheet music for
k) the Piano and Guitar, for sal - by
march 15 NA UMAN t STRAUSS. i
PAY YOUR STATE TAXES I
N OTI)CE is hereby given that I hate r' ceived the
TAx Ror.r, of 1855., for the Parish of East Follct
ana. I shall require prompt payment or the Taxes
thereon, and the law in relation to the Tax on trades
and professions will be strictly enforced.
B. M. G, BROWN.
Clinton, Jan.5, 1853. 38-ti
UENULY B. BE* CI.(-.ENO 'begs to
11 return hils slcore tlhanks to his rIlendls, and the
Inhabitants of East Feliciana. generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
le commenced business in Clinton. and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
II. S. BwllEcisxo is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every artlole in the Drug
business. and from his long experience In that line,
combined with a pracfical acquaintance with chem
Isty in all its Iranches, merely requests a trial as a
test of hisqualillcations. An accurate analysis of
mnerul waters will be granted gratis, to those desl
rous of having it made.
P'IIYIsLCA's't PilsCetIII"roNs are dispensed with
neatness and promptitude. and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest blrands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for MEIrICAI Ir:nR'oEIEs, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Porter, (first rate
quality.) continually coming to hand.
I!. S. HI. dioes not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantitties of Dlrugs he has received lately.
fearing he might possibly r.Ull:u-rate it, and not do
himself the juttice he Is so anxiously seeking.
Clinton, La.. Oct. 13, 1855.
PAIN', S, OILS, &c.
BEECI[ENO, the'l)rnlgist, at Clinton, La.,
H .S iiiU(LUIIT, received. and Is now lirlepared to
snjpllly his patrons and the lpullic generally,
with I e lillowing articles, in any quanlity. oif first
rate linlii y. and upon liberal terms.
lWhie lenad in oil or dry, VanIIdiyke brown.
Reld led in oil oi r dry, 'I'erra il'silnlina blrnt or raw
Zinc pailt. Gold and othelr bironzes,
RaIw lineed oil, "' '" silver liaf.
Ifoild. ' " ('armine,
Spirits of turpentine'. l.ytlha ge and sugar lead,
Copal varnish, no. I. 2, (:railning tools,
Carriage " lndger flats,
Furniture " Malrkling brushes,
1W'hite dlimar varnish, ('amel hair pencils,
,Jaiai varnisrh, Neuts foot oil,
Japalner's gold siz'e. Tanner's oil,
P'russiani l,lue in oil or dry,lrd oil.
Ilrowu umber, " " Sweet ,il. 1st and 2n1d.
Yellow ochre, " Celestial blue.
Chrome and paris green's inl oil or dry,
Chrome yellow, orange, and lemon,
Chiinelle alnd Almerican vermlilion.
Pailnt alinl varnisih fbrusheln French and American.
miarclih 22, I!51i.
EXCELSIOR CARRIAGE FACTORY.
BUTLER & KOCH,
RIE'SI'E(.f'TULLY inform their friends that they
.L. are now lirepared to build carriages. lniggines
andl Sulkies, in the most approved styles now in
use. All lumber used in our shiop is ri'eceived from
the north andiil is of superior quanhlity. We have now
in plrogres' ftom fifteen to twenty vehicles, and in
vite all those who are judges, to examinlle the woirk
lbefore it Is painted, as we have In employ the best
worklmen that the south canl allibrd.
Diesigns of all kinds of vehicles to be seen at our
shop. Call and see them. All kinds of repairling
lonei oil the shortest nlotice. All work warranted.
with lproper usage. feb 23
FISK'S METAILIA(C BURIAL CASES,
W . uar in lposeaissloi of' the patent right tosell
thse cases ill the llarish of lEast Feliclana.
feb 23 BUTLIER & KOCI.
CRANE'S srTAl.ti. BURIAL CASKET.
HAVING bought til patelnt right for the sale of
the Crane Metallic Buriall Caskets, at a great ex
pense, we introduce thoem to the public as having a
Snperiority over any case inow in use, heaullt of do
sign. artistic pnd elaborate finish, simplicity In liu
Ing. highly decorated and unique silver mount
ligs, perlectly air tight, and also glving an entire
view of the hody,--the top of' Ith casket being eoll
structed of the liltest French plate glnss renders it
tie most desirable case ever introduced to the pulb.
l1c. Bleatiful metallic caps cover the glass. which
selcues the casetfrom dlillnage fil neentnlt of any ex
ternal pressure. Slinpl'es of this casket can boe seen
at 1. N. lem)ion's I)rug Store, Clillnton.
Wooden collins made to order, alld punctual at
tendance given oin all funeral occasions. A llne
Hearse will always tie oi hand.
Any hifringement on our patent righis will sub
ject the oflender to prosecution
'ib 23 2UI'TLEII & KOCIL.
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE II
TIlE undersigned has opened in the
Town of Clinton. a large assort
ment of Furniture, consisting of
B3ureaus, nlelsteitls, Clhirs, Sofias,
Armoires, Lounges, Crihs,
and almost every other article of Furniture, suita
ble for the marlket, which lie will sell low, for cash
Ills store is on the soutlh side of the puhilic square
aug 11 II. I. GAY. Agent for M. HAnitts.
TITE undersigned has the, following varieties of the
most delicious syrups, viz.
VANILLA, ORAAlN , IEJIONV, GIV(ER, IB.NA
NA PI'EAll, &e. &e.
which lie ollfrs at is loiter rata than any oth:er house,
and din quantities to suit he buyer,
jo 2 1WM. GURNEY.rv
WINES, CORr)IALS, , & LIQUORS.
CALL and examine the subseRtber's stock of Wines,
C Cordials, and Liquors, WM. GURINNY.
ILVEl~ WAR.E-Just received, a supply of I'orks.
lpoulls. ibutter knives; &e. f'or satle Iby
lmarle 1 Ar NA U31.1.V "& .'ITRAl'./'S.
W IEVllIN i, hol a. InUteo ialt shou~l) , tlrue. V ,I,11-.
plnihi lines, fr ,dv ie Iv Il',\Itiit)NI).
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellclans-
7th District Court. No. 2247.
In the matter of the succession of ElIah Statlbrd,
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Honorable
Court afbresaid. to me directed. I will sell at pub
lie auction, at the late residence of the deceased, in
sa'd Parish, on
WEDNESDAY. the 21st day of MAY, A. D., 1850,
at 10 o'clock. A. M., the following property apper
taining to said succession, to wit:
Two head of Horses,
Two head of Mlules,
Two yoke of work Steers,
A stock of Hogs,
A lot of Corn,
A lot of household and kitchen furniture.
bma qf Sale.
A cred!t until the 1st day of January, 1857. Pur
ehasers will be required to give their notes with ap
proved personal security, with eight per cent Inter
est from date until paid.
may 10, 1850 B. M. G. BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana. Parish of East Feliciana.
7th District Court. No, 1180.
The State of Louisiana, as. John W. Hays, d. al.
B DY VIRTUE of a writ of 1t. fit to me directed by
. the Honorable Court aforesaid, in theabove en
titled snit, I have seized and will offer for sale at
the door of the court house in said parish, on the
FIRST SATURDA Y OF, JUNE 1856.
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. u. and 4 o'clock
P. u.. all the right, title, interest, and claim of the
defendant, Franklin Hardesty. in and to the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
All that prqperty situated lying and being
in the town of Clinton said parish and
State, formerly known as belonging to
IHumphrl v Taylor, and now known as
the residence of Franklin Hardesty,
havir.tr a front on the road leading from
Clinton to St. Helena, and its rear on a
street running east and west by the Meth
odist Church, with all the buildings and
improvements thereon, and all the rents
and revenues arising therefrom.
Also a certain Negro slave by the name of
PETER, aged about 50 years, a slave
by the name of JACK, aged ahout 50
years, a slave by the name of HENRY,
agedt about 40 years, and a slave by the
ntame of RICHMOND, aged about 50
TER.S OF SALE.
A credit of 12 months. purchasers will be required
to give bond. with Six per cent Interest per annum,
from tlat. until paid. with approved personal secnri
ty. and a mortgage will be retained on the property
until the tinal paym 'nt of the purchase price and
may 10. 1856. B. M. G. BROWN, sheriff
GREEN WELL SPRINGS.
TlIE usdersigned having leased the obove celebra
td Springs for the coming season, takes this
method of anrnouncing to his friends and the public
generally, that he will he prepared to open the same
for the accommodation of visitors, on the 15th of
.Seeming it unnecessary and superllnous to enter
into a lengthy description of the valuable properties
of the water, the subscriber would merely state to
the public that on a careful examination of the same
bIy loesols. J. L. & WV. P. RllL.r., Chemists of the
L. niversity of Louisiana. they pronounce the waters
to be composed of the following Ingredients:
Soda, - - - - - . - - - - - - 603 Grammes.
Protoxide of Iron, - - - - - 139 "
lPotassa, - ---------- 180
Magnesia..- ........... 54
Chlorine. -... ........ 976
Carbonic Acid, - ...... 160 "
Sulphuric Acid. - - ........- 127
Silicia, - - - - - - - - - --- 110
Iodiae Bromine, &c.,..... 45 "
The lntelligenrt 1'lyslclan will atonceperceive that
this water pousesses the most valuable medical qcal
lties. J. L. & W. P. RIDDELL.
Tihe following tnmed gentlemen of the highest
stalndug in tlhe mt dical profession, add their testi.
iltory to tihe above ad r.ecommerntd the water in the
hiighst terms. for the cure of Dyspepsia. Enteralgia,
Neuralgia, Dropsy. Chronic Diseases of the Kidneys,
Liver. Spleen and ltowels. Scrofula il all its vari
eties, disrtases of the skin, and most all the chronic
aincents that fi males are subject to in thils climate.
B. F. IIARNEY, IM. D.,
T. J. BUFFINGTON, M. D.,
RICIIARD II. DAY,
L. L. LAYCOCK,
J. B. STINSON, "
IR. C. WHIIITE,
J. M. WILLIAMS, "
These Springs are delightfully situated 17 miles
from iatalon Iauge, on the banks of tile Amite River,
in a bhetautlitl grove with good lisling, hunting, &e.;
ill lilt. with not having had a case of yellow liever
there for the last three years. With daily commiuli
catiou frim lllaton Rouge,. it ollers ilducements un
srll"')lssed in tltis or anry olther State.
T'l rh undersiged lrtttluers himtself, that from solme
years e'xpit rirce ill otrie of tihe best hotels ill Phila
deliltia. that he will give satisfaction.
'1 here will be a Ilad of music during the seasotn.
and darrcing every night.
N. B. --A line of stages will run daily ftom Baton
Rouge tc to the Sprilng, and back daily.
(reirnwerll iprilngs, April 28, 18511. miay3
WlUE and Legal Notice is hereby givrn that a Spe.
S:al Term of' the honorable Seventh District
Court will ire hollen in and for the Parish of East
Ielicianll oil tihe Secod Monday of Jure next, (185I,)
to be colntinued from day to day, until the business
it .1:'ecId IoI. . o ir othrwise adjourned according to
W '.: i'i'; The ll;o, C' RI'S RATLIFF, Judge Seventh
.lui;cial i)i-lrict. ih s .nth day of April, A. D.
iT.. [in:13 \MI'. PAITTERSS(N, Clerk.
H llIi F t Quarter's Apportionmont for the year
Ri18' .i hai ben rtOl'i d, Isay $1476 80, to bIe di
Ir i *rinaorg 103' ch:dlren : giving to each $1 43, i
Ialiy3 A. ittt. DELVE, Posilh Treas.
GOODS: FOR 'THE SEASON.
TUST RIBQVING and opealng, by the undersin.r
.l ed, In addition to their large and well selected
Stock of Spridg and Summer Goods, a fresh sup'
of the latest styles and patterns, which will be di.
posed of on the most reusonable terms.
They also keepconstantly on hand, a very large
stock of Kentucky and Northern Plain and Twisted
Linsays, and also a good supply of 74 and 4-4
which will be sold at the factory prices at their es.
They are determined to have their stock always
thoroughly suppiled and fully assorted, as their
senior partner. Mr. A. Levi, is always remaining in
New Orleans, and will give his general attention to
purchases for this market, which enable them to
ive entire satisfaction in every branch relating to
sheir business. A. LEVI, BLOOM & CO.
b`Persons wishing to do husinesswlth the com
mercial firm of HAnts & Lavi, N. O., can make suit
able arrangements through the undersigned.
may 8 A. L., B. & Co.
A CHOICE selection of Pure Liquors, for Medleal
purposes only, conslsting in part of Cestillian,
Signett, Ginger Brandies, Monongshsal.and Bourbon
Whiskey; Cordials, Holland Gin, St. Croix Rum, Old
Port. Madeira, Sherry and Claret Wines, Wolf's Aro
matic Schliedam Schnapps. Champaign Cider, London
Porter. Yonger's Scotch Ale, just received and for
sale at the Drug Store of
m3 NORWOOD TILDON.
FEVER AND AGUE CURES.
OSGOOD'S India Cholagogue; Rowna's Tonic Mix
ture; Rhode,' Fever and Ague Cure; on hand
and for sale at the Drug Store of
m3 NORWOOD TILDON.
A YER'S Cathartic. Wright's Indian Vegetable,
Brandeth's, fretftlnberg's, Spencer's, Cook's,
Jayne's London's Sanitive& Fever& Agne, Strong's,
Gordan's, Moflhtt's, Champion's, Radways Ready
IRegulators, and MeLane's Liver Pills, kept con
stantly on hand and for sale at the Drug Store of
may3 NORWOOD TILDON.
TALDEN & Co's., celebrated Family medicines, a
Jjcompleted nasortment on hand and for sale by
m3 NORWOOD TILDON, Sole Agent.
WORMS 1 WORMS I
B A. Fahneetock's. Winer's. Canadian, Comstock's
B. McLane's, Inyne's, Laoden & Co's., and the
)end Shot Vermifuges. The only sure remedies for
the removal of Worms. Just received a fresh sup
ply at the Drug Store of
m3 NORWOOD TILDON.
Gold and Silver Spectaoles,
A WELL SELECTED and superior u
sortment of Gold, silver, and Steel
rimmed Spectacles to suit all ages,
constantly on hand and for sale by
a 41 WM. SADLER, Brick Row.
THE undersigned, a graduate of the
Baltimore college of Dental surge.
ry, and with several yearspractical ex
perience in his profession feels warranted in offer
ing his services to all persons desirons of procuring
skilfull and scientifie operations on the teeth. Eve
ry operation warranted to give satisfaction. All
calls for visits attended to promptly.
Office, in the second story of the briok building
opposite the Union Hlotel.
Office hours, from 9 o'clock a.m. to 3 p.m.
Permanently located at CLzgroS, LA.
Jan 20 R. F. TAYLOR, D. D . 8
MR. FREIDAL'S professional engagements else
where, will prevent his remaining more than
two weeks longer in Clinton. Those who may de
sire perfect pictures, executed in the best style of
the art, are requested to call during that period.
"Of those for whom we fond emotions cherish,
Secure the shadow ere the substance perish."
T.liE undersigned begs leave to inform t'hectltzeas
Sof Clinton and vicinity, that he has opened a
saloon adjacent to the Union Hotel, where he is pre
pared to furnish life like liknesses of those who may
favor him with a call.
Pictures taken in cloudy as well as clear weother,
Post mortem pictures taken, when required
jan 19-ly J. S. SHERIDAN.
GOOI)S AT COST.
THE UNDERSIGNED being abouttowlnd
up their business in the town of JTackse,
will dispose of their present stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, lInts, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Crockery and Faioy
artloles at cost for cash.
Those indebted to H. Oppenheimer in lvidally
are urgently. requested to settle immodlatdly, and
those Indebted to thie irl are alsorequested to come
forward and settle Immelliately.
april 5 18560 H. OPPENHEIMER & COHN.
I SIAL, make it a rule to call but once on those
on whom I may hold claims for edlleotioa. Con,
sequently It must not be expected that more 1baa
one demand will be made by me.
Collections solicited and prompt settlementsmade.
Notes of hand, accepted drafts, approved olaims,
&c., discomuted at liberal rates.
march 8 Agent and Collector, Cllnton, La.
TFHE partnership heretofore exisiting between the
I undersigned has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent, except for the purpose of wlnd15n
up the business of said partnership. Those indehted
to the firm of Langworthy & Tildon wiltplease call
and settle, with either of the undersigno4 at the old
stand. O. P. LANGWORTH Y,
march 1, 1850. NORWOOD TILDON.
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
A GENUINE article of A. G. Bragg's Me.deia
.1Mustang Liuiment, just received and for sale by
april 26, 1856 NORWOOD TILDON.
PERFUMERY I 1
TN GREAT VAIIIETY-consistlng, la part, of Fine
1 Extracts, Colognes, Lavender, sBay ium, ,'ma
mrns, Hair Oils, &e., ec. For sale by
m3 NORWOOD TILDON.