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THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT,
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 PLR YEAR
VOL. III. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, UGUST 8, 1867. NO. 15.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
Jull, McVnA, Clinton. COnAt. McV ., Jackson
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attorneys at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
Wx. FYBIas a5xAIN AIt.. IIARDIUTY
KERNAN & IIARDESTY,
Attornies and Counsellors at LAW.
PRACOrIOt In the Parishes of East and iWest Foe
,1 lIclana, a 14
JAMES i). SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
l[aIL attend bItsiness in East and WYest Feliciano
and St.lHelena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
Orrcmn: MAIN STRTIKT.
ITAYNElS & ES1,5
Attornies and Counselors at Law,
JAR. 41. Fl'QUtA. J. (;. KIl.dIt II..
FUQUA & KTLTIOUR]N,
Attornies at Law,
DRACTICE in the courts of East and WVest Felicl
Lana and St. lhhelna. a 1.I
ATTORNEY & C)UNIHI.I,I( t AT TAW,
Notary Public and Auctioneer,
W ILL attend protnptly to all Ibui,wnsl s cnt rusted
to his cuare.
(OvYIK : On, door went of the Post Offico.
IP1 undersigned, lih ving entered in t artnershil
in the practice of their profassion, will alt iiind to
all huslnesa entrulsted to them In the parish of East
And. to iany l,olllln's. entrtlr.ed to lthller, In theI
adjacent 'arlshes. thely will attied separatelyv.
Office in Clinton, La. .AIME 11. I. .lI',
a 14 I). C. IIAl.tIIJE.
Justi.e of the Peace & Notary Public.
Olilee ol the North sidle of theo I'ldliei Stqiurl.
I~ti ,. ,. IIAIVIY,
CONTINITI" the Ipractice of hisi prol'ssio,. . aind
J respectfully tenllder lis aervices to the citizens
or Clinton and vicinity a I l
)Ifl. 0. P. I.ANGVI(Ri'I i Y.
ITAV IN(l ditsfosidl if his initrest in the l u Sfg Fio
11 will devote his tlllm nd atteltion excilsitvily
to the pra lle of lits liprol lssiofi.
O)llole t thelirutgtore l uf Nlwoii Ttlio.v. lies
idence,, housi formlllrly ilnpied lrv 1)r. W1"1'. STrNE;,
deciitId, tand mire recentiily, bly .I. (I. Kilbournie.
Clinton i., IDecemberl 12, Ir Xi,
TOSEII KOIIN. M. 1).. ol' thel Mldiliel Collego of
V Vienna, has locatci! htimslifl' In (illn.l.iNO. LIA., tllan
resplectflllly otlibrs lls retvices in the llractice o'f Med
iclne and irgrty fit the pubilic. le, is iprepaired
with all surgical Instrumentlls necessar'y for lihe couln
tryFlor the pIresent ho Iauy be foutld at the ofilco of
Jan 31 !57. Gim
T. O'CAI, lA.GIIAN,
april 14 J.ACKSON, L,..
Cotton Factors and (t'fIlnnlission Met'rlhants,
No. 30 CAIW ONEJIIlETL' S'IlTRlE'rI ,
W ILL, at all tines lie prelpareUld to futtnish siuppil's
at the lowest iakt Iirates', tnd grat ralini-lltt
abl iell ilitis in thiose doing lbusiness with thrill.
Rohilhltilng pfiitruniige, Ihly promise their .personal
attentionl to all lituhiess intrusted tol lithet. Jan 1t
OAKIC-Y &E IIAWIKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 00 URAVIElt STIIE ET,
BEG to offetr their Pirsyrvies to Plante.rstt and Mlr
ltchants, and promio tlll tttutltllion and iilpromptness lio
all conigninltflas nltlritslted Il thiltr care: . I I I
SMITII, IlA1RRI.S, & CO.
Cotton Factors & Coninuisslin Merchanls,
No. 53 UNION STRERT,
March 7, 1857. NEW ORLEANS.
. U. DOBsoN. W. Dt. L. Ilu IRE,
M. II. DOSSON & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission
NO. 38, UNION STREET,......NEW ORLEANS. i
J. R. DUFROCQ,
Notary, Auctioneer, Collcctqr, & General Agent,
BATON ROUGE, LA.,
Businoss promptly attended to. may 3
0, KERtNAHAN' O. KIIRNAIIAN,
D. KERNAGIIAN & Co,
Importer, and Wholesale and Retail D)eialer in
Watches, Jewelry Cttler,
Gt ,NS, PISTOLS, & itANCY OODS,
NO. 05 CANAL STI1IuET,.
N. B. Watches anti Jewelry carefully rellair'di. al4
BRAZILIAN PEI13BLE S.PEICTACLES
WITE are the solo agentls for thoe sale of the IBrazil
S Ian Pebble Spectacles.
I). KERNAGIIAN, & CO.,
may 30, 1857. 653 Canal Street, New Orleans.
LEECTIES I L..ECIES II
17EPT constaully on hand and for sal at tlihe Drug
.1 Store of NI ltWl ()fD 'TII)d fN.
TlHE STATE OF' LOUISIANA, 17th District Court.
PAIIInII i TANIT Ia.q:rL'ANA. No. 2081.
In the matter of the Successlon of Mrs. Mary i)utart,
NOTICEI IS IIERRIY GIVFN., that James A lain
say Ihas applied to thlls Court for Letters of Ad.
ministration upon the above named succession, and
unless legIal opposition lie filed thereto, in ten days
after the publication of this notice, lottcrs will Issue
July 29. 1857 WM. PATTERSON ,Clerk.
A L PRI'ESONS HAVING CL.,11- nagainst the estate
A of Wm. II. O'Relilly, are hereby requested to
present them duly authenticated, and( tlIhoe Indebt
ed are requested to make Immediate payment.
Clinton, Aug. 1, 1857. Administrator.
ALL I'PERSONS IIAVING CLAIMS against tlhe
estate of Mrs. Mary Offittt. are hereby requested
to present the same to my attorney, John MlcVea,
E.irr., and those inldeblted to said estate, arc reqlest
ed to nakei ilnltdiat l paynltlt.
June 2(0, 1857. WILLIAM OFFUTT, Adm'r.
HTAVINC(I leel nl ppoirted Administraltor of the Es
late el li athins G. Mills, deceased. nil portona
havinlg clahins are reqtiestedl to ipresent them, duly
nutheilth'ated and a Ill olse Indllhted, will be regul
red to seltle and paty up withoul t delay. Either may
hle donellll toe alt lny o(llee, No. 45 Canal street, New
Orleans. or to FI. IIairhdsty, hletr., (:linton. La.
Ciinton, .June .2. 1i57. G. S. liAWKINS.
NOTICI C . -.
ILURING my templrary absence fioroi the State,
1). (C. linrdeo. It Clinonll. anlld lly soi. John Itistl.
.IJr., at iiort iiliso , will nct Its lily llagentsl . iiIin
hereby give tlhni full pI ,ower to reletsinl t ile in aill
mlatte irs dri ing Inj my saidl ,bsnlce.
april 114, i157. JOnN IlTST.
A I, I ERISON.4 ARE III:EIIY C.I:TIoNEI), not
lto tralf'lilll II lprnmisPry ilnote, given iin nlidh
by the undersigned, frr the sin of Flour hunhrefd
idollars in favor of W. W1. (CII.iiapirnnln, ,Syindle or hlear
er. with hight pl er eit int'rest fru5 n di'tt,, hltted 111lh
March. 157, and due 19th Mahrich. 1Is;. t(he celid
eration for which iiul note was givelt. iiving tailed,
wa are aru determined nlot to ay thle saie.
W. M ..Iilll)AN.
.tnly 2-5. 1857 IiYTi IELL, IIAYNI...
,11) ALl WHIOM IT MAY ('ONXCEI" ihaving
ii diil 'h tlii( iu lllllly Asi l niil nuIIi I di lltllled l s I C Iui-i
latol r fit ' 1ll lli nton C" Iortl II¢0lso. n IUllll Iniiodl (lln
pcily. (h ii und.lrsigndl is lnow pr i red to Nil le wiiit
the hlldebtori aiind stocklihhers o' ' t aid ol ('pay. t1111h
ier wishing to push mltters Io extremity wit l the un
f.tanitiltl. inor to lay' himsell' liable bIy criminal nig
iet. it duty.
111 perislnis indebted therefior. are invllited i a
spl.lrlit f int lly to call upon the snblserlbuu, at his oI-I
ice. ti town ofl' .acksan, and make arl'rangem entsll
til ae sl e ti . . at
rly 1. 1157. (. C.\TI,I.PT. .hlihlll atlo l.
I' v'irtue of ;I relntionhltl of the nlolrd of Trslactes
S' IIe Sllnilnlllinhn tlan Co(llCgittu Intitute, in
- lintion, Iolishi:0in. I lhreby give nolice to ithe stick.
hlilderi'i' theireof. who lhve inot pall 11p tlher full subll
if scriltion tll' stock. that live dollars per share. Is re
illd eted to be pauld to the Treasurer of iaul ollard,
I- withli slxty days I'roln this notlce, anid lire dolhl's a
Il share, every thirty days therealfter until the whole
u- nllunt Is paid ill.
IlYTII ELL IIAYNES, Secretary.
f Clinton, La., July 1, 1t57.
CLINTON MALE 0SCIL00,.
( II. lA.'Ni:s will open a schlool in the lawn of
kJ. Clinton on Monday the iith leCtober, at tlihSchoil
louLli forlerly ocIpledi by E. I). Cr'aig iand re'
spectfully solicils i sharie ofr ublic latrlinag'.
For teaenlillg i ill,! Primarly anld English depart
itent, $3,1t per scholar per month i. For Latin.
'h lllllilatics, 81.00) I"'r llellth per scholar.Ii'.
No sicholar tlkl n or lenss titan tihe explirtiion of
hi'e qllltrl'tr, lnlil i deducttion tinado for thlid lust
' except i li S cs' ilt' liprotlracted illiess.
ochober 1, ]151; .
A I'LANT ATION li I'oint tConpie'l, slitnted innic- e
dlhtely on liiyou (IlrOP(tlt 'ltlalining 4"I Ihllln
tdrl 1id II1 sixty-fiIi Clo i le ' illnl. lilly iof whtlich are I
under eilivation. The place has alll the inhll.rl
it noS ll necesslary il the I'oltvenlieiee and colt'ort oit
Ia ftlillly. Steintillaswci lalii hd coet'niently in f'ront
iof the iplactie. 'lThe land is heaiiliy tiiteredl witI llh u I
tCy'pretss treei's. The locaIeittion is healthy, plcea-ant, and -
in everi'y waly desirablile.
For plllrtl ullrs, illo y to M 'rs. lihid ,t ll, v, ion
the premiseiis, or toi C. ilutkel, at lilsa Saddhle ry I''.lti.
. .lsh _nent, in _Iny ,u Sara, june 2.- Ij-. y
SALE,' ()1' AN ET4'I'IAY.
IlfL lK8 StL I), AT l'lPUBlllIC SALI,., at lily of
T li. In the tlown ol' Port lludson, oil
liltiNI)AY, tilo 17th day o Angliust, 1857,
Ietweenl tek hollrs of 11 o'clock, a. In. and 1 o'clock, o
p. Ill.. of auld day,
A IIBIOWN IORSE1,
taken li up by Thomas Young, rtesihlig on tile planta- I
tion of Felix Ilooltonll, oil 'I'holllmpso's Cre cl, tIro
nllels ft'ont lorrt IlIdIson, aid stlrayeti Itefiore the ll. I
tlorsigued 'I listllo if htil I "aee, oil 11h 2liti daiy if '
January, 157. Said hlorse is Ilio(1 yoears ohl, sixteen r
lhands highl, with It star alld a snip it his fuco, with
some taddle marks, tholflt hlud foot whlte up to tho 0
TEar. uv u lAir.--Cush.
JAMES C. JACKSON,
ang 1, 1857 J. 1'. WarVd ,
WHAAT O'CLOCK? I
WKIt now olilb' tor .(rl Ilei ItIllril assoltillelt Ii
of Watches alld Clocks ever brought to this is
elnits G(old Inagic caseo levers, chlronolo- C
Jolhitson's, Tl'ias, nll Stoddrlat's guld lever's,
A largo lit ol' ladies golId waitches,
Silver wlatchls oil' evlery diesription,
Elight daly, and thirty hloilr1, lillatriin11, ol, rlllonllz
cloclks. WI, arct determinedl to sell tlie iabove as low
as iany 1t(tis8 li the south. Full guitittintte givein.
llmay 30 N:4 I11.1fN & ,'I7'lI.1'S'.
" fIIITI WINE VINIF Allt, jul received aend t 'lor
VTI .tie it tIlu l t',lo, o T It"
II Nt tltl'(li i ' 'I 1,11iN
I. 0. KIBLINGER'S
.A3.tB OTC.MY 7P',
Photograph and Dagiuerrelan Gallery,
t, JACKSON, LA.
G OOD PIlIfC? TIES TAKEN IN ALL TlE ADOE V
1- Styleos or NO SAL.i.
The double Ambrotype, on glass, shows on both
d sides, or really two pictures, and is a great favorite
's with the lovers of the bounutiful.
o Thorough Instructions carefully given to those
wishing to hlarn the above arts. Complete sets of
Aplaratus furnished lat reasonable rates.
.^ All are Invited to call tip and examilne spool
Dr. F. R. TAYLOR,
11.4TON IlO101O, LA.
* ,fire Sreoend floorfi f Herano'sa Brick Building, epposil
St/,ce l'reshlterian C'hurch. Private entrance on Flo
r, rdla street.
;1- .º'vruic liorns --Front o'clock, A. M., to 2
o'clock. Pi. ., and from 3 o'clock to L, P. x.
Gold and Silver Speotaoles,
A WELL SE. ECTED and superior as
a sorttm'nt of Gold, silver, and Stee
S ritnmed Spectacles to salt all ages
- constantly on hand and foriwaloe b
0 41 WM. AI)LER. Brick Row.
IT. R. MONTE1TII & Co.,
- Manufaoturers & Dealers in all kinds of
T.AVING; permanently located In Clinton, we in
1L tend manulfacturing and keeping on hand, a conm
plite assortment of
SADDI)ITRItY IN ALL ITS BRIANOIIES,
Our' stock consists of
American and Spanish saddles,
Ladies, miss, and boy's do
Carriage and ,lbuggy Harness,
Carriage, buggy, & riding whips of all kinds,
'Plantation and team whips,
Iliding bridles, surcingles, and wcbbing,
Wood. and metal stirrups, spurs, bridle bits,
Brushes, collars, and blind bridles,
Enameled cloth and leather of all kinds,
SAI)I)LEI-TllEES AND SADDLERY
Tnlrt-s: sole leather and folio trunks,
Valises, saddle And carpet bags,
8addles,' Bridles, & Harness, I
of our own mnaliifactulre,
of the best mnaterial and workimanship,
A very superior article of plantation col
lars and blind bridles of western make, to
which we invite the St'.CtAr, attention| of plan- I
We Invite the public to give us a call, as we will t
endeavor to give entlire satisfaction to all who may
Flavor nis with their patronage. Orders and reparing
lprohmptly attended to.
II. Il. MONTEITII & Co.,
At the store formerly occupied by E. Ross, north t
side of the public square. march 21
FURNITURE I FURNITURE !
111 E nadersigned has opened in the
town of Clinton, a large assort
ment of Furniture, consisting of
luretuns, liedsteads, Chair's, Sofas,
Armoires, Lotunges, Cribs,
and almost every other article of Furniture, sulta- q
Ile ftr the market, which lie will sell low, for cash it
Ilis store Is on the south side of the publie square
hug 11 II. 1. GAY, Agent for 31. HlAamts c
E1,XCELSIOR CARRIAaGE FACTORY.
I UTLER & KOCH,
' IISPECTFUiLY Infirn their frionds that they
a eil now lprpared to bullii carrings, uhaggles,
alnd $ulkihs, n tlhe mlust approvedlll yles nlow In
olSo. Wel hllve now in plrogress frioln Illfteon to twen
ty vehicle , and Invite all those who tire jullges, to
- exaiiiliio the work liefore it iNs ipaihted, as we have
In employ the best workmeni that the oulth can
i- esigns of all kinds of vehicles to hle seen at our
a sholp. Call anlld see themn. All kinds ofi repairilng
lione onl the shortest notice. All work warranted,
with iroiper lusage.
It Iluter ,& Keck. will sullpply planlters with every
u material they may wish. jaii Ito
1857 RE1MOVAL 1857
OF BUTLER & KOCH'S
('CARIIA(II 3MANUITF'A CITORY.
"[TAVJN ' remiovied from mir old slinl, to the build
.I- 1 lngs itliediately below Mr. Whitue liotel, alld
CARRIA GE REPOSITORY,
on the North side of the t'llllle Hqilro. w, thanllkfill
litr p;lst patronaglle, woull partilcliarly call Ihe atiln
tio of h lie ublic to our largo atoclc, lately recelvedi
from Newark, N. J,. of
a lU1(Clis, liOCKAWAYS, ANI) IAItOUCIIEg,
wlleh whe ofll'r 1o sell at ais low i'hes its they can he
f pricured It( New rIl-lolans, thlclrey saving purchasll a,
l river and rail rotut freight. CA L.h AN I) HldI,
It N. lI.-Fist's CAses reduced to tIle prices of wood.
a on C(tills. (Januiary 17, 1857.)
VAN HOR N'S
IRON IMP'ROVIEN) CULTIVATOR.
HLAVINI lpircllused the exclusive right to mnilll
SI flicllre tle (ulliri'eor f(r the larinhes of East Fo
liciana & it, Helena. I will hIe able to fill till ordeirs
for the ahl iln .t short notice. 'linlotrisare ilnvited to
Silllpect thits iiiiiovement anit jiiudge tu theitnsolves.
It can lle sel at mily carriage lhop1, in the town of t
Ulltnonll, sitiile on the struel ruilillg lirectly east It
ill the Court lli I loise.
iiay iJf, 18.i7. i. iiA. UiAN,
I"IMK'S MTlETAiLIC -11ilA IA C ASIS,.
aITIr are in liis-ssion oif the patenlt right to sell t
I h V thlse cases In the Prlish of' Egnt F-eltllana.
feob 23 JIUTrEit & KOCllt.
TIt1'IRIAL Tlea in i edlii ies, coiit tibacce, o, croery
. ware. (ol hen l et , t1r1 wl estc i lli lli. I . ,li(
lri;ll iP a latoc,,>, (Illm eli , l l, i l tC( ite\,,ad ; im l i ' itil ,, i
DnI~UI7IRTr s AI'POTI'ICARY, AND, DIALEJR
IN hIOOKS & StTI'ONERY.
A WEI,L selected nsl ertmet of Toys, Perfumery,
and Fancy Goods.
Music and musical Instruments,
Paints, ()i1, Lead. nnd Varnish,
Ilrushes of all kinds,
Fine Cutlery, IlHzors, nnd Sonp.
april 12 IIBRICK ROW Ciaxroa , LA.
"ENI, . .. r ;CHEN6 beg to
.return s sneor thanks to hi en , and the
Inhabitants of East Follclana, generally, for the
kind and liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
he commenced buslnessln Clinton, and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
H. S. Bhlcntxxo is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every article In the Drug
Imusness, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with hobem.
isty in all its branches, merely requests a trial an a
test of Ilisqualifications. An accurate analysis of
mneral waters will be granted gratis, to those deal
rous of having it made.
Iirvswiax's Al'hn.nlnrriox are dispensed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the milnor details.
A constant supply of the choicest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for sml)lcAt r'riioses, only.
A largo qluantity of Alo and Porter, (first rate
quality,) continually coming to hand.
II. S. II. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantities of Drugs Ih has recelved lately.
fearing ho might possibly x mate-rate it, and not do
himself the justice le is so anxiously seeking.
PAINTS, OILS, &c.
BEECIIENO, the Druggist, at Clinton, La.,
T]AS IiO)UGIIT, recoived, anld Is now prepared to
s11 1 ply his patrons and the public generally,
with the foillwing articles. In any quantity, of first
rate quality, and upon liberal terms.
White lead in oil or dry. Vandyke brown,
Red lead in oil or dry, T'erra d'slenna hurnt or raw
Zinepaint, Gold and other bronzes,
Inaw linseed oil, " " silver leaf,
Boilied, " Carmine,
Spirits of turpentine, Lytharge and sugar load,
Copal varnish, no. 1, 2, Graining tools.
Carriago " Badger flats,
Furniture " Marking brushes,
White damnr varnish, Camel hair pencils,
Japan varnish. Neats foot oil,
Japanner's gold size, Tanner's oil,
Prussian blue in oil ordry,Lard oil.
Brown umner, ,. , Sweot oil, 1st and 2nd.
Yellow ochlro, " Celestial blue.
Chrome and paris green's in oil or dry,
Chroll'oim yellow, orange, anld lemon,
C(hineIe and American vermillon,
Paint anlld varnish brushes French andjAmerican.
nmarch 22, 1.37.
CLINTON DRUG STORE,
N. .. CORINRI, l'III.IC SQUAIE,
SESTA.BLISHI1ED IN 1849, BY
ISAAC N. LEMON.
I Wholesidl and retail dealer int DrIlgs and Medlcines,
Schelulcals, paints, oils, dyo-stullr, perfumery, glass.
w are, dye-weods, Ilitlhter' articles. varnisltls, win
dow-glahs, line soals. Ilne hair and tooth brushes,
seeds of all kinds, surgical anld dental instrumen ts,
Strtusses and nppoIurters 4f all kinds, spices, snuilh,
manatlcturedi tobaicco, superior inks,
X 'n-Pure IliPra and Brandies for JMedi'l, Plnrpnses.'1F94
Fancy artilcens, &,%c., c., &,c. All the popular mtod
icinco of lthe day f'o sale at proprietors' pricoes.
I wol'r goods eqttally as low as they can be obtain
od lifotm any establishment in this section, warranted
to be fresh, pnlro and genuine.
Orders f'romi the country prl'omply filled, and sat
Isfaction gItaianteed without regard to price and i
lqnality. prescrptlions will receive careful attention
at ALL IH()URIS.U
P'ersolns wanting medicinoes on Sundays will please
call at the resldence of I. N. LEMON. It
Clinton, Lit., Mlay 2, 1857. a
NOW'S THE TIME
iTO BlUY YoUr Su.MMn t aGOODS.
A. LEVI, DIOOM & Co.
FiI,; the grtitesalt indineltents. 'T'hey have the A
largest slitk of pi
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, IIATS,
BIOOTS & SHOES,
over ofl'red In Clintlon. and of the linestand most -
A,'.1'11 . IlNf 11 ,ll LI'! , .1':
Onr pniIe s ate itl ' I i fall d, Io cash. and stllpern
tetded by our A. Lvit, In person. All bought in the
Norlhern and ant atert cities, ittd with an eye singly
to the wantsll l oir custlilllttnrs, and of thiscounClulllllll
ty, generally. It' whlat wI havIe soi long catered itn
ou11" hil,. We deirIto all liiall and exallne our it
stock it Is for sale, tit weehall ie pleliasedl to show p
iour goods. n$Iall prolls aind quick sales, Is outr uot
to. (hi oint huiis t call.
I .t 'nliltitss wlhhi tg Ii d bl ililness wit the coin
tIntrcial hfi ti' i ut:tuims A', btt. N. (t,, ciii ltitakue tilt
able arrag.tulttis Iltrouglh te itudersigned,
nap al A. L., II &t Co.
FRIbI I F SUPI'IIIES.
I IAVE ,just rece ived atl, i lliionil stock, making
aly lssoKrlhtineitlllsile. iSpace will inot adlit
f enull rii'ilto. My hlst roceiptsuotsislt,I n part, of
Ilarrol Pork, Wine-Port;
Ilacon, Fort, superlor;
Iains- assonrt'd qualltles, White;
Malckerel, Nos, 1, 2, aiilt ChamIupagllgine;
3--Kilts, Jitrriel aind Lemnoins;
Iturrels1 Ky. Mustard;
Mess lli!e; Ilay;
ugil Curetd 1)rl , Ili'; Co rn;
Fruit dr i l n i i ithle: u i lhts;
Londoni l'uorier -pil uuadtl Ilhtiuritt-assortetl, te.,
iln'ts; thec., &e.,
hI hitalers ai'e t'slicl'iully desired to examinec
lay guioods bel.i're Inkinl puhclhtses elsewherel. I
shall hiv, cinshiltl on I t l l' a general issorultllltm nt
fit iinuntllh pricers. J. G. D1W.iAlMNJ). p
Mrs. E. B. LYONS.
IIONNI,'I'S!I 1ONNi,'I'TS! IIONNETS I
8 'ILIN( ' t i ' ,, Ios* (I, tusinl s, the entire stock,
Sincluhlinh Urn,,s i d , Fuiney o, dis. 'flT e IIdl'
signed woulul invite Ilhl aniiloll of the lIdies to her
I hngl' lot of 'r ltn liIonniel, jist t'eceivestd, uhich
s ithe will se ll fit o,.I pri', .
lan v 2 3 \ f n I'. . I, L ,l tn N ,. i
TA8s the honor to inform the ladle! of Clinton, Lad
iL. Its environs, that she haslocated herself in town
for a season, andis prepared to give advice and a
sistanCo to such of her sex as may requite her set
Mrs. Fox has, fIr many yehlrs, been making the
dlseasos incldental to females, lher constant study
and this, together with a long practical experien.e,
causes her to think that she cannot fall in igllim
the ut.Motst satisfaction to such ladles u aypla
themselves unode her charge, either Ias ta Pyillan,
or Obstetriocian; heor method of treatment bein the
same as that of the celebrated Mad. Blitin, and Dr,
Colombnt of Paris: Sir.Tames Clark, and Dr. Bennet,
of London; also. Dr. Carttrlght and other physi
olana of note, both in Europe, and the United Statee
Mrs. Fox can consnlt with ladies, either at Mrs.
Patrick's, or visit them at home, as they nay prefers
june 0, 1867. am
IhPRObED POTASH1 IN CANS.
T I. DURKEE %& *'s Improved Potash, In canst
.1'd. of 2 and 4 pounds each.
For making the very bert soft o bard soap,
For softening hari wate for washing,
For removing paint, varnish, tar, and gtoame spots,
from wood work.
For cleaning 'rintor's type, Add.
Il'lverl;,e and prepared for donvenient use, and
warranted equal in strength to the best common Pot
ash. For sale at the drug store of
may 30 NOR W'OOD 'liDON.
tPURIFY THE BLOOD.
- MOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH(.:
FREE FROM ALL MINERAL POISONS.
FlIE great popularity which Moffatt,s Lifoe Pills
0 I and Phrrnlx Bitten have attained in Consequence
Sorfthe extraordina.y cures offoeted by their use, reLt.
it (crs it unnecessary for the proprietor to.enter into
a particular analysis of their medicinal virtue or
properlies. lavling been more than twenty years
before tile public, and having the united testimony
of more than Three Millions of person who lave
been restored to the enjoyment of perfoot health by
them, it is obelieved that their reputation as Ohe best
vegetable medicine now before the public, admit of
no dispute. In almost every city and villago in tbh
United States, there are many who are ready to tea
tify to thelr eficacy in removing disease and givlng
to the whole system renewed vigor and health.
In cases ofr rofula, Ulcers, Reurvy, pr Eruptions of
the Skin, the operation of the Life Medicines is truly
astonishing, often removing Ina few days, every ves
tige of those loathsome diseases by their purifying
offects on the blood. Fever and Ague, yupepsla;
i)ropsy, Piles, and in short, most all diseases, sood
yield to their curative properties.
No family should Ibe without them, as by theil
thnoly use much siffering and expense may be saved.
Prepared by WILLAM B.MOi'FATT, M. D., New
York, and for sale by
july 26, 1:357 ISAAC N. LEMON.
SELLING OFFI SELLING OFF II
TO CLOSE THE tUSINESS.
GRE AT BARGAINS. Mrs. E. B. Lyons will front
this date offer the entire stock of Good, at
OREATL Y REDUCED PRICE.,
Printed mnuslins, from 20 cents up;
Rich organdies and jaconet, under import cost,
Slest Frunch prints, at 25 cents,
French corsets, from two to throoe dollars each,
Linen cambric handkerchloefs, from $1 per doz. up
lEmbroldered do under cost,
Lace and silk mantillas; a very extensive stock,
at 5 per cent under the usual prices,
Good ltaroges, at 20 cents per yard,
Flounced baureges and organdies; very low praices
Emlbroidored bands, really cheap,
Whlqlcbone skirts, at a dednetion of 50 cents, on
each, skirt. Ifosiery, Gloves, &c., very low.
Jacconcts. cambrics, and Swiss muslins, at prices
to suit purchasers.
The public is respectfully Invited to call and exam=
inc those goods and prices, on the assurante that this
advertiscment is not Intended to make sales at the
utsual prices. lit for the purfposo of selling oaut these
Goods at prices that must satfy purchasers, m 89
WILL SELL AT AUCTION.
J AVING complied with the formalities of the law
1 and received a License to sell at Auction, thJ
lanersigned would reospectfully offer his services, as
Auctioneer to the citizens Of East Feliciana, and thd
publio at largec
Orders left at the office of henry Ilatvford, Euqr.,
will be promply attended to.
june il, 1857- TIIOS. L. MeGIIEE.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
t WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALE, the plants.
. tio on which I now reside, in this Parish, lately
occupled by Pleasant J. HIarbour, coutalning betweeo
six nail seven hundred acres of Land, four hundred
acres clearedl nd in a high state of cultivation.
It is thcught to be one of the best places in the
I'ari>h has on it a good Sugar HIouse, Gin House,
out hobuses, and a comfortable dwelling.
T''erilm - moderato.
For further particulars, apply to John MoVes,
Clltonlo or to the undersigned, on toe premises.
July 18 THOMAS WOODSIDE.
A FRESHt SUPPLY.
tN ADDITIO)N TO 31Y FOlRMEI STOCK, I hard
(Chlicu robuoled Molasses
Vinegar, F. W. W. and oem'
Poaps,Gor. and Am.
(Candiiew, sperm and star
Starch, popper, allsploe, yeast powders
Tablo salt in boxes, K'y mustard, soda bisouil
Blroons, butikets, and pails
Mess pork, bacon and lard, tea
Pivwdor, shot, lead, and percussion caps
London porter; Winos, assorted kinds
Mackerel in batrels, half bbls and kits
Snigamr, assorted ; Coffee; Itlo, IHavana, & J.#V
I'lhiur, tine, Auperlne, and choice extra
Sugtr cured hams, extra; bagged do
Tin ware, crockery, and stone ware
Niils, salt, blacking and brushes
Ifi anors, assorted
All of wihich have been bought at advantagebus
pricels 1t;riCash. and will be sold In the same way.
July II J. G. D'ARMOND.
BOOKSI BOOKS I
I1'ITISII Poets, 80 vols. Turkey and moroceo;
U Modlern standard drumsa. 15 vols.
Walverley nuvels. 12 vols. sheep and cloth,
liancroft' Unitedl Sates, it vols.
I'i s 'n Japan; hide:s, a large lIn of novels,
Si-", 'il ly 1 .IT/.A"N &" ,S7AUSS,
r5 11 ::I' ec t'.u mut received and for sale by
SI N I l'.iloN.