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tk,-. Ittfripindint. ANDREW MARSCHALK, VOL 4. NO. 7 j PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, At nJ per annum in Advunee, or $1, if not pnid in udvanre. TERMS. Advertisements are inserted at the usual rates adopted by the press In the south: One Dollar per square of ten lines or less, lor the first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Business Cards, not exceeding one square, $10. for the season. The money is due on advertisements after the first insertion. Advertisements which are not marked with the number of insertions, will tie inserted 'tillforbid.ar.dchaiged accordingly All advertisements, except those of our yearly advertisers will be charged for by the square, as in the first article of these terms, unless a -contract is made to the contrary. All matters ol a personal nature, when atall admissible, will be charged for at double the usual rates ol advertising. Candidates names announced as follows: for County 'offices, $5, Slate and District offices $10 in edvancc. MOBILE ADVERTISEMENTS. TSAAC BRYAN, wholesale and retail dealer GOODS, Tortoise shell, ivory, horn, wood and melal Combs, Buttons, Cutlery, Brushes, Pins, Needles, Jewelry, Guns, Percussion Caps. Purses, Fishing Tackle, Pocket Books and Wallets, jS'Togelher with a general assortment of fancy articles. Soaps, Perfumery, &c, at No. 33 Dauphin st. jan 9 L'HOMMEDIEU, BROTHERS, No 21 Dauphin Street, Motilic, Dealers in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, silver spoons, forks, ladles, plated waiters, castors, candlesticks, coffee and tea urns, fine tableA pocket cutlery, solar lamps, military equipments, brillania lea & coffee urns, do. tea & coffee sells, guns, pistols, watch materials, and a general assortment of fancy goods, &c. Having just received lrom the northern mar kets, where one of the finn lias been the past summer engaged in selecting a very large and extensive assortment of the best and most fash ionable goods in their line of business, such ss T E Cooper's, Roshill's, Tobias', Beeslcy's, Johnson's, Taylor Si Sons', Yates & Co.s' and many other celebrated watches in gold if- silver liuntingA dbeases, fine diamond sets jewelry, cameo, turquoise, coral, garneti St various other .kinds of rich sets ol jewelry, rings, pins, brace Jets, necklaces, buttons, gold pens f- pencils, thimbles, spectacles, gold guard if- fob chains, .seals & keys, vest chains, papier macier waiters five castors, candlesticks, snuffers & trays, pla ced urns, scissors, razors, razor strops, saps, perfumery, brushes, swords, epaulet's, sashes, belts, buttons; laces, trimmings for Odd Fellows 4 Masons, sieet beads work bags; do. purses, steel claps, brads & tassels, purse rings, end a very general assortment of lancy goods, also a largeand good assortment ol doirblebarreletl Damascus & fine twist guns ol the best kind, armory & Wilkinson's rifles, i ille & shot guns connected, other rifle & shot guns connected, it good rifles at $12 each. A good lot ol pistols, revolving & single barrel, gun wadding, pow der flasks; percussion caps, shot pouches, watch glasses, do. springs d other watch materials if goods of all kinds in our line loo numerous to mention in this advertisement, and which we will sell at vcylom prices. We will be pleased to see onr friendsand customers and show them the best slock of the kind in the city. Persons in want will find it to their interest to give usa ealll and take a look belorc making their pur chase, at 24 Dauphin just above Waler street. N. B. Watches & clocks repaired Si war ranted. Jewelry made if. repaired, also engra ving done with neatness and dispatch; Canes mounted in gold, silver or ivory. Wanted old Ml and Silver. jan 4 48 ly MOBILE GASS COMPANY. COKE AND TAR. r I tHIS company has on hand a constant sun JL ply ci Coke for sale. This very superior article for parlor fires is not generally known, j it makes a much more agreeable lire than Coal i throws out a greater quantity ol heal, and Is I tfee lrom sulphur and smoke; '.or kitchen langes and cooking stoves it is far preferable to charcoal. 30 000 Gallons Coal Tar rim Salr Coal Tar is most useful on every plantation for pre serving fences, roofs, pickets, and all wood work, ll is an excehenl paint for wood or iron. When mixed with lime and sand, heated to simmering, and well laid on it will resist tbe action of fire for a long time. ll is valuable, also, lo preserve seed corn. Crows will not eat or scratch up corn that has been saturated with Coal Tar. It does not prevent vegetation as common Pine Tar does, and is much less troublesome to use, and half a pint is sufficient for a bushol if poured over and well stirred. Sold at the works at 10 cents per gallon. Barrels to beprovided by the purchaser. Office 34 Conti st. janl-iy. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY. 112 Water Street MOBILE Ala. ISAAC D. SPEAR & CO. Are prepared to make at the shortest notice, all kings of CASTINGS OF IRON AND BRASS, for Steam Boats, Steam Afllls, &c. Also, wrought Iron woik of every descrip tion, such as Mill spindles, Piltman Irons and Stirrups, Dogs, &c. Bt lis of all sizes cast to order. And always on hand, different pat terns of Pinnons, Segments and Bolls, com plete for Cotton Gins. Woodpecker Saws with all the late Improvements. N. B. As I. D. S. d Co. have nearly all the patterns required-for Steam Saw Mills, Grist .Wills, etc. persons wanting castings from any of these may save the full charge for Patterns, Including all the most recent inventions ar.J mprovements. , BOOKS and STATIONARY IT1HOS. J. CARVER & Co., successors to X 4limwalt & Test, Booksellers and Slation ,ers, No. .36, Dauphin slreel, Mobile, keep .constantly!? hand a large and complete assort ment af BookslaoJ S'ationajy, embracing Law Medical, Theological, Miscellaneous and school books, Also, American, French and English Paper, Priming paper of every size Wall and Bordering Paper, Pens, ttuills, Ink, Inkstands, Slates, &c. f-c. Blank Books, em racing Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Cash Books, &c. 4c. full and hali bounnd. A large assortment Blank Books of every description manufactured at Ihe shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Music, Periodicals etc, bound in the stoutest manner They are Depositories of the "MOBILE BIBLE SOCIETY," Where oan be had, for Auxiliaries and Sab bath Schools, BIBLES & TESTAMENTS, althe American Bible Society's cost, with ihe expense okfiieght added. They are aiso Depositaries of the Methodist Books published by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Also of the new Baptist Hysin Book, by Dr. Buck, ofLouisvillel Sunday Schools, of all denominations, fur nished with Books ol lnsliuction. Also lor Premiums and Library use. Q-T. J. C. if- Co- are determined to sell at low rates, and would respectfully invite the at tention of Merchants, Teachers, and the Trade generally, to their largeand valuable stock. Oct. 1647. MOBILE ADVER TISEMEJVTS. MOBILE FOUNDRY. Comer of Water and State Streets, near the Upper Cotton Presses. GIN GEAR, Warranted of a better quality than Northern Gear, and at lower prices. IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, engine building and repairing. MILL GEAR AND WOODPECKER SAWS trade on the most approved plan. All other work in our line executed with dis datch. SKATES cf. CO. November25; 1847-ly HARDWARE & CUTLERY. BARNEY A BSOTHEItS, successors Griggs. Barney & Co.. Nos. 45 &. 47 Commerce and Front sirels. Mobile, are now receiving dtrect from Europa and the northern factories a full assortment of HARDWARE, which ihev will sell low lor cash or city naner They respectfnliy call the attention ol Mer chants and Planters who will find a large slock of Swedes Iron, Eng ann Am Iron, Sheet and boiler iron Hollow ware, Gin Gear Ox, log 4 tract chains, Carpenter's Tools, Blacksmith's do. Saws of all kinds ! dentary tnd injurious life, especially in. ;itjes Guns. Rides .& Pistols!'5 on; of Hie most proline, Mill Stones do 'Irons Bolting cloths, Weeding hoes, Collin's iiunt s axes Cooking Stoves Bulldinp materials Cotton plough lines, Ploughs ('-agrcultural Tools. Nail Rods and Horse shoe Iron, Cast, German, American and sheet Steel, Together with a complete assortment of En glish and American Table and Pockei Cullrry, Razors, Scissors, &e.' &c. Nov. 21 ly DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, Cosmetics, Brushes, &e. Seed and Agricultural Store, Comer of Government and Royal iiretfi, Mobile as excellent and genuine. Physicians sup- plied with all the new and popular remedies, ! ri.i,t. ii B,.i . I tree from 'adulterations. Families and Plan ters will find it to their Interest to obtain Iheir medicines al our establishment. It may not be Inappropriate to slate I hat from a nearly life we have been reared to the profession of Apolh ecaricsand Chemists, and are iherlore enabled to test all medicines we piucliase, and can j guarantee tneir puniy and genuineness, ena bling physicians to calculate with certainly on the action ol prescriptions, thereby save the lives bf their patients; whereas, by the want ol such security in Ihe purity ol medicines, their operation is doubtful and many no doubt are sent to an untimely grave. For instance, Calomel, is adulterated with whiting. Opium Willi extract of lettuce, liquorice, aloes, gum arabic, sand, ashes, and manufacturers In this country deprive it of Us morphium, wln-h does not materially affect is appearance, but is de prived of its active principle. Quinine, with the extract ol dogwood; plaster Paris, starch. Blue mass with clay, etc., in fact all the most valuable chemicals, those whi.-h physicians j mostly depend on to arrest disease, are adulte rated, which accounts lor the great difference in the relative prices lor the same articles giv en by different druggists. As such articles have been, and arc sold, we have only to guard planters and families in purchasing iheir sup plies of medicines lo be on their guard against imposition, ns tlierc arc persons who sell drugs and medicines without a knowledge of the profession, and the means whereby Ihe honor of it can be sustained. As the aualitv and'nu-1 rjtj of medicines are ol a greater importance , than the price, they can secure the first, by look ing to the standing of ihe apothecary and Ihe second should be such as would yield a fair recompense lo the honest dealer. Thanking our friends for past favors, (the last fifteen years) we avail ourselves of the opportunity to state Hint If. a thorough acquain tance wiih Pharmacy, Chemistry, if-c, in all its various details, (ihe icsult ol '30 years ex perience) having received a practical knowl edge in the laboratories of proftssois Howe, Greene, and Keating of tl e several scientific institution), and in the college ol pharmacy of Philadelphia, and having inaiiufaclurcdai I Ihe various chemicals in use in large quantities, will enable us to furnish the most pure and genuine medicines, and which we hope will merit from the public a liberal patronage, We have an extensive assctluicni ol hair, clolh, teelh and nail brushes; torloise shell, buffalo and ivory combs ol every description. Superior and highly finisqed surgical and den tal inslrunieul1', and porcelain teelh; medicine chests, garden, field and flower seeds, growth oi 1817. Subsbripiions received for ihe fol lowing Agricultural Works . TERMS (N APVANCE.) Cultivator, Albany Rl per year American Agriculturist, N. Y. " " " 11 Farmer, Baltimore, " " " Farmers' Cabinet, Philadelphia. " " " HotticulturisI(Downings) Albany $3 " " " (Hovey'a) Boston 3 " " The Fruits of America, SI per No. Orders received for rare and choice varie eties of pears, peaches, apples, plums, cher ries, grapes, Camillas, loses, ipc., from Ho veys Cambridge Nurseries, Boston, whose connection is unequalled in Europe or this country, either lor extent or variety. All orders for Agrhultural Implements will be furniseedat manufacturers' prices. N. B. Persons wishing to become Agents, allowed a liberal commission. Address the proprietors, (post paid.) oct'21 WM. STRICKLAND, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND BLANK UOOK MANUFACTURER, 25 Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala. Medical, Miscellaneous anil School Books ALL ol which are effered at prices much lower than heretofore obtained in Mobile. His stock of Staple and Fancy Stationery embraces every article in demand. School Hooks Every kind in use. Blank Bonks, All sizes, patterns and styles ol binding. Papers.--Writing, Diawing, Wrapping, Wall, &c, in great variety. Copying Presses. The largest assortment ev er offered. Envelopes. For Letiers, Notes, Cards, Wed dings, etc., plain and lancy. Cards. Plain, Visiting, Embossed & Moilo. Gold Pens. Diamond points, warranted su perior. Steel Pens Embracing neatly every kind made. ink stands, wafers, sealing wax, cutlery, slates, inks, gum tickeis lor marking goods, pencils, perforated boards, colored, gold, sil ver and bronze papers; water colors, brushes; quills and every other anicle of stationery. Wall Paper and Bordering as low as six cents per piece. He nas purchased the Bindery and Blank Book Manufactory formerly belonging to the late firm or Suinwall & Test, and is prepared lo make Account Books ol every description, and of quality equal to any made. Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Invoice Books, Record Books, Execution Dockets and all other books used by Sherilis or Clerks of Courts, made to order at the same price paid for similar books in any of the northern cities. Old Books, Pamphlets, &c., &c, bound in any style at very low rales. Purchasers respectfully invited to examine sitock and prices. Goods freely shown. otiober 11, 1847, ly. (We hold the maxim no less applicable ABERDEEN, MONROE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY MOBILE A D VER TISBMEA'TS. THE ECLECTIC SYRUP. A complete and agreeoMt remedy for Leucorrhoa, Flttralbits or Whites. THE Eclectic Syrup claims not so much to be a product ol an or genius, as the sim ple offering ol nature ilsell, to check disease and bring back to the pallid check the em blems of life and health. The disease to which it Is adapted as a rem edy has been acknowledged to be Mended with difficulty, as it regards a certainty of cure, wmie it seems to prevail extensively, invading every walk of life, and existing as far as known in everv clime, the remedy which to 'shall infallibly and safely, and without entail. ing other disorders, deliver the system from its ! influence, has not been soclearlv indicated.. i Wc feel assured that many will rejoice lo know lnl a discovery has been made which places at Jheir command a pleasant simple and sure restorative. The syrup can be relied on as capable of af fecting a cure in all the stages of this disease. I he causes ol LeucorrhiiM lire various, and dependiug much on constitution, temparameni location atmosphere, and limits or' iifeja se- II is usually divided into three staea.: the Erst general not affecting the general hedlih. JNo one should neglect this disease n its I stage; it is always best lo check the begir.ning j of evil; the work is then more safely and cer tainly done. This will appear evident lrom an account ol ihe last stage of litis disease by a i late author: "The face becomes of a sickly greenish me, subject to frequent flushes of heat; under the : eyes Ihere is an unnatural color; the lips be comes purple; the fflel and legs swell; there 111 a dry cough and great difficulty of breathing; all the marks ol dyspepsia lake place, ihe ; whole sytein becomes disordered and unheal-j Ihyjanu unless relief is obtained, the patieit, from general debility and weakness, silks I 'n ' , f m ,, ... , JX 'V P? !iSn,0t sale ny h. is. IjUULD JOHN CAMERON, SEEDSMAN If FLORIST, No. 30 Royal Street, HB BEGS leave 10 inform his country frieids j -X. that he keeps constantly on hand an is ! sortment of Hardy and Ornamental Shrubs, Fruit trees, etc., also a variety of Grape Vine-, consisting of the Cataba, Isabella & Scupper- none;, etc., elc. He keeps also a large supply ol garden ani field seeds of the best quality. Persons wish ing to purchase had belter call and see forrhem selves belore trading elsewhere. jan 1 48 ly Health, therich man's tienizon .the poor mans blis McVOY'S ELIXIR, MADE ItltOM THE IIOUTS Of PLANTS. A Remedy for diseases of Ihe Chest, such as j. x. shortness ot Dream pain in Ihe side or cough, Bight sweats hills and slight fever breasl, spilling o! blood. omelimes preceded by I emaciation and dcbil Hy consumption in its ear. ly stages, oiien indicated ny tne above symp toms, bronchitis, croup. A morliid and unheal thy complexion, giddiness or swimming of ihe head, general weakness, frequent headache, indigestion, flatulency, yellowness of the eyes and skin, heavy dull pain in Ihe rcpi'm of the liver, extending lo the point of Ihe shoulder, and a sense of fullness. These are common ly evidences of a diseased liver. Pnin in I lit' li'fl lUt 1 , . I . . 1 1 llic rihu -i M ,-t, , I with what ait , ai a,nii r ,he ,M, indicating- an affection oi the sclean. Derangement oi theslomach and bowels, ir regularity ol appetite, dislurbed sleep, costive- ness, tumors on vai ions pans of the body, be coming in course of lime Ulcers, abcess, in :ernal and external, showing a morbid condi tion of the entire system, and a tendency io, or the existence of Scrofulous diseases. No family should be without this medicine, and for children it is pielerableto all others. It overcomes disease without reducing the strength. It Improves the functions ofthe bow els, and by restoring healthy action to Ihe liv er ami lungs, enables mete inipottant organs to purify Ihe bloml more perfectly,' and thus it affords additional proof, as is observed by a late medical writer, 'that Providence has given us the means of curing many ol our diseases without resortidg lo Ihe adulterated drugs of loreign lands.' Indubitable evidence ol its excellence and efficacy will be furnished at the places of sale. For sale by E B GOULD, agent jan I 1848 ly cor Dauphin Sc Royal st FOSTKR & BATTfiiLLE, Wholesale Dealers in WEST INDIA GOODS AND GROCERIES. JVb. 34, Commerce Street. MOBILE, Ai.a. WE have just received, and will keep com stanlly on hand, a large and choice slock oi rrovrsions and Urocerres, to which we in vile ihe attention of purchasers. Our stock consists of an ampin supply ol al monds, allspice, ale, bacon, dried beef, brooms bagging and rope,sloughlon'sbitlers,cogniac heunessee, peach, apple, American and cham pagne branny; buckwheat, brimstone, mocha, laguira, javaand rio coffee; cigars of cveiy kind; brandy cherries; cider; soda, sugar anil water crackers; cranberries; cur ranis; citrons cinnamon; copperas; codfish; cloves; sperm andadamantiae candlesicapers; cheese; cocoa chocolate, cordials, figs; flour, (northern and western) race and ground ginger; American and Holland gin; window glass; boxandrowe herrings; indigo, printing and writing ink jelly; mushroom, tcmaio and walnut catsup while and bar lead; lampblack; molasses mackerel of every number, and in every siz package; mace; mustard; nails; nutmegs; la ble, sperm, train, linseed and castor oil; on Ions; pickleK) gunpou'dm; poppro-j pipov; pul ' ty, potatos; painted pails; preserves; pepper mint; printing, writing and wrapping paper rum; raisins; manilla rope; starch; brown loaf, crushed, powdered and havana sugar every variety of soap; drop and buck sho snuff, shad; lemon syrup; salceratus; saltpe Ire; sails, sardines; salmon, every variety o tobacco and tea; madeira, champagne, mus, catelle, claret, port, sherry, malaga and oiher WINES. Apple and wine vinegar; rectified and monongahela whiskey; spiritsof turpen tine; alcohol; lolten stone; brislol brick; bo rax; -jologne; matches, English walnuts, Sic. Sec., Sic. Orders shall be promptly attended to. Ad dress us by mail, at our expense oilier con veyaniiesare tardy and uncertain. dec 0 If FOSTER & liATTELLE. Thomas W. Phelps & Co., W ould resoectlully inform the citizens ol Monroe arid adjoining counties, that they have opened at No. 10, St. Michael Street, Mobile, an extensive Wholesale and Retail Establishment, where they will at all times be ready lo accom modate Merchants and Planters with Hats, and Fancy Dry Goods, Blankets, Staple Siloes, Sit. Being connected with a wholesale house in the cily of New York, they can furnish their goods tocustomeis at more reasoneble prices Iran most of the houses of the kind in this city All orders punctually attended to. Mobile, Sept, 20, 1845. - 42y3 to Public than Private Affairs, that "llonesly MOBILE ADVERTISEMENTS, HARDWARE, &c. H. L. REYNOLDS, No 60 and 63 Water Bt opposite Jones Auction Marl, Ini- porter and Dealer in Foreign and American Hardware, sc, has received per late arriv,.1,- large supplies and full assortments of Goods in 1 this line, making his stock as perfect as can he produced. Merchants and those in want of these goods will find his prices, wholesale and i retail, as low as those ol any other city in the Southern country. On hand and fur sale 850 Ivory, Ebony, Bone, fc. Table Cutlery 25 setls 51 and 53 pieces: 300 doz Pocket Knives, Rogers' and others; 175 doz Scissors, fine Ameriean Tailor's Shears, flic; 75 Tally-Ho Razors, warranted; 25 doz Wade .( Butchers do; 400 doz Cupboard, Chest and Till Locke; 200 doz Pad Locks asserted. Brass and Iron; 14 doz line Cottage Locks, Mineral Knobs; 20 doz Carpenters Locks, Afinera! Knobs; 20 doz Carpenter's Locks, imitation; 40 doz English and American Slock Locks 800 gross assorted Screws; 3CG doz Cast and wrought butts; 25 gross pairs Candlesticks, silver plated, brass, Britannia and tin, 2 casks HO doz English Sauce Pan's enam eled & tin 1 bask English Ham Kettles if- Soup Pigius. 5 barrels Sad Irons; 200 kegs cut nails and Spikes; 3001X1 papers cut Tacks, Iron and Copper; 25 doz Hartford. Collins and other Axes: 300 pairs Shovels and Tongs, including fine steel and brass setts with standards; 300 pairs brass and iron And-lrons; 70 brass and wire Fenders; 40 doz Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards; 200 cast and wrought Tea Kettle-; 10 tons Casting, heavy and light; 200 boxes Tin Plates from I C to XXX, 100 bundles Russia and English Iron, 75 bundles iron Wire, Together with Cuny Combs; Hand Pannel and Rip Saws, Spears and lbitson's make; Hatchets: Hammers, Planes, Files, Chissels, Gouger's Ship Adzes and Axes, Guns, Rifles; Brushes, Breed's Lines, all sizes, plain and Jap paned Tin Ware, 4c. &c. Jan. 1st, 848-ly: MOBILE DAGUERREAN GALLERY. C. BARNES of Mobile, haviugbeen enga . ged in the Daguerreotype art from the earliest age of ilsapplicaton tolhat of portray ing the beauties of the human face divine on plates ot .ilvcr, and having recently visited all the largest establishments in the Uniied Stales, sparing no pains or expense, furnishing him self With Ihe greatest improvements now known by the most scientific professors of the art, theiefore he in confidence would inform his fjiends in the neighboiing country, who wish capital likenesses of themselves, that he can furnish them w!th a fac simile, a likeness loo, which will be durable, will exist forages, and exhibit to future generations living realities ol the present. His rooms are neatlv furnished for the accommodation of ladies, al 48 Dau phin street, where he exhibils over 1000 spe cimens ol his an tree 10 spectators, anu solicits a visit at iheir convenience. Do not forget the nah." 48 Dauphin street, jan 1 '4B jy CITY DRUG STORE. EDWIN B. GOULD, South-East corner of Royal and Dauphin St. MOBILE, ALA. WHOLESALE and dealer in Drugs, Ilelail Medi cines, lynemicnis, raient meili cines, Paints, Oils Varnishes.and Dye stuffs. Persons purchasing a: this establishmeni can depend on receiving ihe best qualities ol Goods al the lowest market prices. Dec. 25th, 1847-ly. BOARDING HOUSE. M THE subscriber respectfully infoi n., his old friends and patrons thai he continues al his old stand, on ihe Easl side (if Royal street, opposite the Theatre, be tween Si Michael and St Louis streets, when he is amply piepared to accommodate all who may call on him. Charges in accordance with ihe limes Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merll a continuance of them deco-lv WILEY 11AK111N COFFIN &, GRIGGS. Dealers in Hariwareand Ship Chandlery Corner Commerce and St. Francis Streets, MOBILE. Alt Enow receiving direct from Europian and domestic manufactories laree additions to their extensive stock of Hardware. Cutlery. and Ship Chandlery. Amongst their assort- ment may be found the following: Swedish tiat and square oar iron , English round square and flat bar Iron, American dodo Hoop, Danu anu scroti iron, uerinan, nusier, cast, and spring sieei, uui ana wrought nails, all sizes, cutaad wrought Spikes, do, Hollow ware, American, English and Fiench, Black smith's bellows, anvils, vices, tongs, Sic, to gether with a general assortment oi pockei and table cutlery. Also, The following aeticles. PAINTS IN OIL, White Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Ye low, Imperial Qreen, Paris do, Emerald di Verdigris, Prussian Blue, .Spanish Brown, Ve nilian Red, Yellow Ochre, Black Paints. DRY COLORS. Vemlian Redo Yellow Ochre, Lamp Black, Spanish Brown, Whiiing, Ter. de Minna , Chrome Yellow , Prussian Blue , Red Lead, Lilheiage.ic. VARNISHES. Copal, Japan, Leather, and Bright. OILS. Linseed'boiled, do raw' Sperm Winter, do Fall, Tanners' and Neals' loot. SUNDRIES. Windcw Glass, Putty, Brushes, Coperas, ln liieo, Snfar Lead, Ac. All of which thes of fer lo their Mississippi friends, on as good terms as they can be purchased in this market, They respectlnlly solicit a portion nf public patronage. nov.23, 1817. NEW ORLEANS MOBILE PACKET 0 VIA. RAILROAD NEW CAN Al. Leaves Mobile every Tuesday and Friday mornings. Leaves New Orleans every Wednesday and Saturday evenings. THE fine AVw Sttnmcr MONTEZUMA, HENRY E. KELLY, Master, Built expressly for this trade, having been thoroughly overhauled, speed increased aud much improved by the addition ot a fine, new UPPER i Ahtw, ALL INSTATE BOOMS, NEW BOIhSRS, Ac, has resumed her regular semi-weekly trips and will leave punctually, as above, du ring the season, For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply onboard, or to C. A. GILBERT A BRO'S., 50, Commerce street, Mobile, or to CONNOLY & WILSON, 42, Poydras street, New Orleans. TV As the old line of 88 Cabin and S3 Deck, mail boats, reduced their fare against the Mon tezuma, Ihe first day she commenced running, il is unnecessary to slate the price of passage or rates of freight; come and see, and they WILL E FOUND LOW ENOUGH. Dec 6" -dst is I he best folicy." WaihUftoB.) MORNING, MAY 6. 1843, MOBILE ADVERTISEMENTS. UEO. B. GATES, tlKNHV SMITH. GATES if SMITH, ukuwwib AruiHMJABIES, 136 Dauphin Street. Mobile. 1 EEP constantly on hand a select stock of 1 - UBOos, rmdicimix, Chemicals and PharmaoeatfcalpriararionR, Patent medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Oils, Paint Brushes, Dye Woods and Mulls, Fresh Herbs; Garden seeds, I'eppcr and spices, elc. etc. mar IHj AB EM T PRENTICE. Factobs ani Commission Merchants. MOBILE ALABAMA. Jai.ni.ary 1, 1818. I ,' ( ) 1 iERj iTliSHA TkCO. COM MISSION .MERCHANTS, MOBILE, ALA. (i. A, ChAnole",, Agt, Columbus, Miss:, Tbo undersigned will sx;iiJ u portion of tin; season in Aberdeen, and inav bo found utCi. McFarlatie ctCo. All cotton hipped lo the above liousc llius, ''slop ped :n good order by (i. A. Chandler, on account of A, 15." 'real owner,) will bo insured. MURRAY P. SMITH. LATE of Ihe Arm of Desha, Smilh ,f. Co., will continue the Coiion Commission bu siness in Ihe cily of Mobile, and will al all limes be prepared lo make rash advances on Ihe present or next crop, io be consigned lo him lor sale. Nov. 35th, 1837.-ly. MILLER, FURNE8S, & CO., WHOLES! Lli QROCERS, Nos. R & 10 ( lommeroe .Struct, MOB1LB, ALA. Tims. p. Miller, ) Orlando Fur ness, Oct. 11 1847 ly Win. Mum.. SOOE St KEY, WHOLE8ALG f- RETAIL QROCERS, No. II Front if- No. SI Commerce Streets Mobile, Alabama. John T, Lyles, Clerk, sept. 25 ly, J.is K, Martin. Jas. M. Lee. 31 ARTIST, LEE &Cot, Factohs mi Commission Mkbchants, MOBILE, ALA., Respectlully solicit the patronage of Ihell . friends, wilh the assurance thai siricl nl '.eniion will be devoted lo their interest in the sale of Cotton, or any oilier business confided o them, sep.t 25 Iv McDowell withe us & c., Commission Merchants, Mobile, Ala. Respectfully solicit patronage. Wm, McDowell, Hnntsville, Ala. Junes M. With ens, Lowndes Co., CHARLES Hopkins, Tuscaloosa, It V. V E It. T O ( !ol. Tiros. Brandon. Col. .1 no. F. Mn.t.s, W. II. Clopton. ( !. McFarlane & Co. .1 no. T. FoRTSON, C.C.Ewino, July 3d, 1817. 17 Gin. CRAIG & SORLEY, Factors, and Commission Merchants, MOBILE, ALA. fats'sofe j P""" 10,181' JoOt O. Cummin" & . COMMISSION M ER ' 1 1 A N TS, Mnnii.K, Alabama, Jno. O. Ouroniins, ) ,. - , David Oummios. ' 1 V R" III'KItT St. McLELLANU. Cammission merchants. No 14, Con.mercc street, EVANS 4 MoCLENDON. Factors & Commission Merchants, No. 31, Commerce street, MOBILE, ALA. Joel Evans, Monroe co., Miss, James L. MeClendon, Mobile. OjrTlio undersigned announces to liis Irionda, tliat he has made arrangement! to do business in the above bouse, and promises the most rigid personal attention I "' consignments made to Evani &; mdon. Mc( J, MORTON EVANS, Madiion, Ga tTTALKER ft SIMPSttN, Cotton Fac 1 I VV i ons & Commission Merchants, No. 8 Commerce streri. Win.E. Walltei.'ol Noxubel counly, Miss, ohn C. Simpson. s. T. BTALLWORTH, Commission Mer r.luint. No. 30 Commerce slreel, Mobile Alabama, anp; 'J-.'iy. BVUu, DITCHB St CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS iolitlr, mn. I', fill ni Mohile. J. T. IIVl:IK,nf Monroe Co., Mins. .1 II. VALENTINE, Jr , " nl - 290 ly BLOCKER & WHITEHEAD, WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. IT, Commerce and Fronl slreeis, MOBlLli, ALA. l:nead. er,0,.H,7 TOOMER, GAY it CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MOBILE, AI.A. WILL make liberal advances on all Colto ! consigned to them for sale orshipmen i They will also he prepared early next spriu . (IH'17.) to make liberal udvances upon the nex i crop. All their easterners who should wanl ad vances next spring, will please advise them o 1 the same by the 1st ol April nexl, at which lime ihey will be prepared lo make liberal ad vances to Iheir Plaining friends. Nov. 90 88v 4m Co Dem i Moses Waring. Julius Hesse: M, WARING, & Co., Receiving St Foe- warding Merchants, i. General Steam Bout Atenll. 88, Fronl Street, Mobile. All goods consigned to iheir care foe he in--tenor, will be received and forwnidcd tree ol ol charges, for commission and storage, and strict attention wtl) bepaidbyihem to use al' possible dsipatcn in forwarding, STRANG If ULRICK, Factor! and Commission McrchauL, MOBILE, ALA. 1 nomas Slranp, I Jno.G. Ulriek, S October 11 I8!7y GEOPGE COSTER, & 00., HEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ohamloals, etc., Sign of the Good Samaritan, No. ti" Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala. Landrelh Garden Seeds constantly on hand jan 8 8 ly MOBILE AD VER TISEMEU TS. The old Variety itore. THE subset ibera would respectfully call ihe at teniion of I he public io I heir present stock at Ihe old stand, 36 & 38 Government siieet! where will be found as great a arieiy as in any other sloie in Ihe city, comprising 1 fardwareofall kinds, stoves grates, andiron': Shovels d Tongs, Parloi & nursery fenders, Castings, pots, kettles, &c. of all kinds, Table cutlery, pocket do , spoons, etc. Woodenware of all kinds, Tinware do. Letter presses, weavers shuttles sleighs, Tin and wire safes, pumps, well buckets Well-W heels, chain, (race chains, spades; Garden plantation lioev, shovels, Rakes; Coffee (ktea urns, ica pots, candlesticks) Britannia lalltps, tin and Japanned do. Hall & parlor lamps, copper and brass Kin Sheel brass bell hangings, fire screens; Brooms and brushes of all kinds: faper Hangings, urocKery and Glassware of all kinds, and a general assortment of house 1 furuiauiutj goOuS oi every description, which will oe sold LOW lor Cash. febSHi BOSTW1CK A K1RKLAND TASTING'S COMPOUND 8 It CP OF jv.tr. TitA: a 'fiiii-k- umt putitivi am for canwmptian, it Mm , fwlama, tpitling uj Wood, night neeale, An..-A-y throat, wotting o the firsh. branching, caught, loltln, unit nil din LllHH tlf Iff t'tl lit II Hit . Miff. Thm oetcbratet preparation pioaaam lo tbetaiteJ and li id speedy Id tti operational thai patienli plaint fee) it good one eta in a few minutea aftei laktngtne Am done. Prepared in I ondon. b ; HaaUnia, M i Pole Agenti for the United h.;Hih. M a P Harrison. 4fi Mnulm l.anc, N Vnrk; M Bouttemet, Mobile, Agentfoi Hie bouUi rm aiatei Dr Hasting of London, linn appointed M A Pftarri ! son nl 46 Maiden Lane, N York, sole American agent for tbo i elebtated Compound of iynip of Naptba; which, 1 I after tbe ninpleat experience aud proof. Is now wkiMtwl- edged by all t hi ablest pliylclani of botli hftuispheres. tn be a quick and positive remedy for arresting tlia fur i man) Ion uf Tnbeti les on tbe Lungs; and removing thosn I ah. inly formed; and also lo be the speediest and most t affective ui all medicinal agents in the cure of mi other I dlseasuaof thothroattClieat and lungs Language can not express the value -i Hustings' Naptha Syrup in these : j dlaeasea, it not only cures them effectually, but it gives , immediate evidence "t its ability to rio so; for in a few j j minutes after ihe tii'' duifc has been taken. iti i pationl feels that powerful agent in in in system, ! stronglT working fur hie goo J It h operatious are Defer i delayed -it at once Hies tit. and attacks Ine root of tht ' disc sac with an energy nnknown to ol Iter f -1 1 r - ami I that tt'snase muat be deeply i alstlts tu rivalled Inducnce. , i 1 1 1 - -1 1 a uaiufni cough in a di . which has defifdolher I (Hipular remedies tor a month; and has removed difAcul iv ol breatldng and pain in tin thrust anil cheat, in few 1 minutes by the surpassing energy uf Its set ion In clearing tin paaaages "i inir aud phlegm, It is believed ilii no peraov has given Hastings' Naptha Byrupatrial win. has not h-li benefit lrom n. and a yieimeu in v,n.'. i i (i swr,ts,ndn nthe For coughs, olda, sorethroi In . ast, back, Ac, sglttiug ol I Ic affections, it is utsa admlKi most vigorous and otfeetlvo rei in al' asthuialk complalntaan "l.lnili d asthma! lt 'I t Imi tlif St remedy eilaut: an ire i iiiiiiiv deeli ' mind; Itabbiuesi Ifldlesl anil I liHeffiicis jve iitid re 1 aiol WSSt 1 iiiiirkaliliv Lassitude ot nt, tni! of the flesh; and ail disposition to Inactivity and met anchotly fbrobodJnga,are slso quickly enrreeted hy tin' Naptha Sprup; which In a wonaerftil tnatmer revives ihe spirits hardens the flesh and muscles braces the n rvts snd Increases the weight, Thin, n osewho use It according to directions, gcuerally increase in weigh' about ii pound a week; and many take it for no other purl post tlmn tin; ilissipali not in I, unholy, or (he inrrca.iL1 of bodily strength. In fin-, a single trial m Hasting's loinpound iyrnpof Naptha, is all lhai is Required to r. cure tin' confldence of patients, and cauae them to forego all other remedies m its favor The iyrup Is made up in nix ounce bottles, each accnniDafilfd wuh .1 n.-irnniili-r. ROlitnliiiiig illrer.1 ll. 'I. I. .Ml H.M'II. inn. i. mii N 11 M i Utl( in. cerilfliaics, dec Pine. ONfcj 1 si UuTTLEScau be hu.l for F1VK tlii Byrup. in-itik' ui expend with iiui-ln '.ll sun- r inn imy rash fttr It, wllh i ti inn- palfents w h" ruin ' uaual ci : obuUri i ! out deli I liver;.) I lot : t (pii All I npp'y, nl i Id ( ll to III. id up lliunl Miiisl In' p-t I nit' I - -1 i ml. ii ii , In- P. iiiiImm nl Imttli's nrdtired, anil directed I,. M IIOll. I. I:1IM', l.ii.nirv l)eiui. Mul. tl.. aMUhm. una In lln Rl,HIWin persons, nl U l.iun on- m-uuiii, mr- diolnos call stwoyi bo had: ln Mobile 1 Hates A Smith, I V IIi-h.'-k A Co, Mookirv v TeGaaa, OaoCosras A Co n P Mrslisr, Hi. ami ftCo. A S PriyrKH. Itnnksi-l . I". M.iiititi.iiiei-v' JOMoroah.I r.iry llepnt, N Crloaas Wood, a- Co , 3d uiiintclpftllty, do rJ-w Ii sslfl orders mri. iiv oitended to M UOUIXEMET, Literary Uerot, I doeMly (;.-iiAii Ibi joujliornj .t F, M. MADKOAN mwjknxs IAC0B !. MAIfcU. MADEQAN, JEN ICS & MARSH, GRNRI1AL RrceIVINO, FoitWARDINO ami StRam Boat Aoknts, L0S.60Fronl and S'JCom- meicc streets, would t M K C Centre it Co. B Ii Fontaine v Son C La Barron & Son John Phillips, W 11 Redwood Tsrtt, Stewart & Co Furniture spectfully refer to IBILR.J Whiiaket iS; Sampson, J H Rivers St f'ii Barron, Meade & Co Boykln ir- McRae. Henry, Stodder d Co Chas P Gaga Ieb 18 V it re-(omits. No. 25 Wnlur Slreel, Mobile. Hi iVVKN keep constantly on band a first ; rate assortment of Furnitur! of all de. J. scriptlons, consisting in pari ol solas, couches, ottomans divans mnnogsny, curled maple, bi'k. . walnut, oak Sl rosewood chairs, painted chain, i Bureaus, wardrobes, Bedsteads of all descrip tions; cedar ware, carpeting, baskets, cradles, window shades, elc. ; ail of which he will sell I Jli on re:iM.n:ible li'rnis. lan 1 hH Iv JAMES CONNING", No. 141, I i.i in.!, in Street Mnhlle, AS Just returned Ir uu Philadelphia, N. oik and Boston wiih the laic-esl assort menl of Fine Jewelry ever iniioduced in Mo bih', and of the rnosl lasblonabta styles, such 8S Fine Diamond Pins. Rings, ltrareietis, fine Co ral Pins. Bar-rings, Braceletla, Necklaces, (also in lull setts) Turquoise, Cameo, Lava Jewelry of every description. Silver W, he, Silver Forks, Cups, Tea setts. Plated Ware of ev ry Dattcn. Military Goods, Laces, Frinpes Slats, Tassels, Sic. I. O. 0. F. Regalia, .'f-c My friends and ihe public are requested lo give me a call, and examine fof themselves, All articles warranted ol the best quality, The best attention paid to 'he repair of Watches, by siiiiiul workmen. trl't Haiti and Silver Inken in rtrhanite for Jewelry, do, jan 1 1848 ly MARBLE WORKS, ti t St. Francis St. Mobile. MANTLE PIECES, Pier and Centre lab.f lops, MONUMENTS, TOMB, Tab lets, Double-tons, IIF.AH BTONES, Pi Inter's Imposing tablets, Window caps and sills, Hearth stones, etc. A good assortment on hand, and made to order. Work well execu ted and liiiisheil in tnc best manner, at the low est prices. (Ieb 121 JAR VIS TURNER. C AMARGO PACKET. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT ITKAMER, IRENE. J. A. PERU V, Muster, WILL run as a regular Packet Irum Ca-1 margo to Weslport, where her cat go will be shipped mi ihe largei Boat! for Mobile The Cotton will 1e discharged into a coveted I Flat Boat at Weslporl so lhai ihe damage inci- j d nl lo rolling ihioiigh mad and waler will be avoided. This arrangement insures at least a weekly communication with Mobile lioni thai portion of llic riverabove Aberdeen, with a ceiiainiy , ol shipping Cotton and receiving np.frelghls. whenevei tnc river is navigable to WESPORT Letters and communications lot Mobile direc led loom' care, as well as all up-freighls from Mobile, and cotton from above will be lor warded wilh despatch; TAYLOR, HALE A MURDOCH, January 53, 18.18, Agents, J mmn m pmpiwoi, J WHOLE NO m GILES M. HILLYER, (Late of Kj V,,rk City,) A ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, GK NT or ihe "Mutual Lift insurant Company," of New York. Aberdeen, mar 4 I y W. p. ROGERS, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW v at Aberdeen. M m i.,i ,.. JOIl W rcnnrvp (Of the late firm of Good. 4 Jones Pulaski T 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW ABERDEEN, Ml. mar i ly J. H. TATUM, a ( )'' UOOR easl of C. C. - ' Slore; immediately over Clothing store. & J. Ewine'i A. Durward's ieb 1 j CHAS. 8. MARTIN, Wlioletale and Retail Manufacturer of TIN AND 8HEET-IR.ON WARE, (Two loorsabote 1. N. Vili,- sicirr.) Icb 12 lj ABERDEEN. MISS, ESTRAVED fee FROM AU'idccii, Miss., uii llieOih of January, A DARK )i. aitr.n Hfin.vf about sinei'ii 'lands high, seven or eight yesr, oltl, in thin plight, some saddle spots on his back, paces wtll and Irotsvery last in harness, hail '.n a .Spanish saddle, half' worn. A libe. al reward will be given many person who Will return the said horse to J. H. McCarthy at the Independent office al Aberdeen, or ihe subscri ber, two and II hair toilet South nl Hnlnmhiia Mis i, (mar 4-tl ; HAM'L DAVIS. BAGONl LARD1-A supirior article of Cincinnati Biicoii and Luid.jusi received per steamers Union and Anaranth; for -alo low lor cash by (mar l) 11 S WALSH 'vHh ( o-p.ti lnrrbip beul.fore existinx tl M 1 ween B. Y. McNairy, 1 oiiip McNalrv and Juhn C. McMairy, under thesivleof U Y. McNalry A: Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent, anil ihe husllle-K nf il.e III hii - wall be eoniliicied herealler by B, Y. MeNalrv ,,,,, ,. .,- , ,., , , Y. McNairy & Co. 'All persons indebted to ihe late firm I'or Ihe year IM17, are m.;ilifd lhat they musi call aud settle tbelr accounts inune. diaielv. ' Aberdeen, Match 1st, !848-5n3w. E. CARVER & CO'S CELEBRATED PREMIUM COTTON GINS, I7 lllt'll are warranted ii P'-rlunn will i I.e returned or O II Ihcy d,, not, ihev exchanged. A line lot of the abo. e named gins (manufactured by F. Carver Co Eai Bridgewatei, Mass,) lor sale bi (J McFARLANE & CO Jno. L. Hrt.L, Superintendent. ti. A. Chandler, Agent, Columbus, Mi. Aberdeen Feb iW I?v3-lv KEOl l. Ml PACKET EVERY TEN DAYS. THE light draught IRON STEAMER W. W. FRY, VVl LSON, Master, will plv as a reg ular pack ol between Aberdeen and Mo bile Jurino the season, making heV trip everv ten Jays. For freight or puiiase, having very m perior accommodationi, appl v on board. Feb. 19, ISJS.-y TAR ! TAK ! A Superior article in half barrels, fur sale by H.S.WALSH. Feb. lfi, isi-s. POTATOES, ONIONS. QA Bbls Potatoes O'J 'J bbls Onions, lot sale Lv Ieb IS 11 8 WALSH. CORN, nais, Meal, Crowder Peas, Sterk J Peas, Lady Peas, lor sale by leb 13 H S WALSH A CARD. THE undersigned will continue ihe Grocery business a formerly, nntil the clou of ih present business season, under ihe name of Fosierard Baitelle after which he proposes te doageavral Factorage and Commission busi ness in the city of Mobile. His plaining friends who may feel disposed io encourage him by consignments of Coiion, at any time after the 1st of August nexi, will in anticipation thereof, please command his service! henceforward, In ail matters pertain ing to the business ofthe next season, OrdeislnrllAiii.INI'. A Rope, fi r the crop of 1818, will be thankfully received, and prompt ly filled, on the customary terms, The undersigned promises to conduct said business on libera! but sale principles, hoping theieby lo accommodate bis friends withonta sacrifice of his own credit and security ia business, HILLARY FOSTER. Mobile, Feb. 5, lj!8-51y. DRY GOODS, G R OCER IES if HA RD WARE. fyWli. Subscriber has and is now receiving X a large and complete assortment of Dry tiomls suiied lo Ihe Winter and Spring trade, consisting In pari as follows: Calicoes, Furniture prims, small check de., Hamilton do,, Blue denims, York do., Geor gia Nankeens, Nankeen cnllonades, Clinton no. Mixed do., Hamilton do., Yolkc do., Gold mixed. French do. Together wilh a large and lull issorlmtDl ol Domestics, Osnaburgs, Drilling, Shirting, 10-4 shet iing, Ticking, etc. etc. Also: a line assortment ot Hardware m4 Cutlery, consisting in part as follows: Table cutlery Pockei cutlery, scissors' as soiled. Locks, Percussion caps, Pins, Needles Thimbles, Knitting pins, Combs, assorted Cjflec mills, Cotton cards, sieves, (Ames') Long shovels, (Ames') spades, shovels, Gaidea hoes, Collin's axes, diawing chains. Iron, steal, nails, cie. elc. leb i hiv H, S. WALSH. FAMILY GROCERIES. SUGAR, Cofiee, Melasses, Bali, Mackerel, Crackers, soda biscuit, itafalBa, Figs, Cit ron, Prunes, Pickles, Goshen batter, westatr butter, Country butter, cheese, Rice, etc. ten U 11 S WALSH. Flour. SO BBLS .Superior line Hour In slore and for sale by J. I!. JENNINGS. February 6J8IS. Irish Piiiiiims. 40 BBLS best London Lady Potaloes jaM received and for sale by Febuary 5, 1HH. J. B. JENNINGS. STOVES! STOVESlT JUST RECEIVED, From Mobile and Naw York a lot of superior COOKING and com mon stoves, lor sale on very a-.commoda ing terms by J. POIN 1'9 jan M, Hi?