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NEW COACH SHOP.
THE undersigned respectfully jfFer their sendees to the citizens of this nlice and its vicinity. We are prepared to qo an wu v vjniuu WAGQil WORK, and will execute it in the best style and at the shortest notice. All work warranted toaiand. Peisons wishing work in our line would do well to give us a call before contracting elsewhere. "aril lv ROBERTS j-lFFLETON. . i Li-J- r C A l O I A117 e. V ?tiOUR 10 bbls superfine Flour, F 1500 lbs connlrv flour, for sale b; feb 1. H 8 WALSH. TVAVID C. RICHARDS Sl CO. Booksei J i.EHs and Statiqnei'(i, :'orver of Main and St. John Streets, Cq c , Mi. would respect fully invite altew. ft their Stock of Goods, consisting in pan pt Post, rilled and plain, Ac count paper; Blue apd black ink; ftujs, and Sand; Copy hooks, copy plates., c. Account Book, including Day books, Journals Led gers, Invoice, Bill, Cash, Memorandum and Order bqots. Also, Docket and Record books of the best material arid superior binding. Walj, Bauer, an extensive assortment al ways on hand, Glazed and qnglazed, for Halls, rooms and papers. Also a full supply o( 1 he olqgjcal.H'siprjcal and Mifpellaneous works, which they will sell at the lowest prices, Oni.v roR Casb Their stock of School. Books com prises all the most app-oved editions now in ure in our principal schools. Their slock of Miscellaneous Works is considerably enlarged, apd they will endeayor fully to supply all the wants, in their ijnc, qi' ihe reading community They are (Constantly receiving the latest works and ihe assortment will at all limes be complete, persons wishing any thing in our (Int would do well to giye us a call. Teachers supplied on liberal terms. feb 1-2 47v3 If , REMOVAL. DENTIST. (Formerly or Charleston S. C.) tjmmma. TDESPECTFULLY lends!! his Maim II nrnfetsional services lo lire XEnPcjtizens of the placp and su round- j ine countiv. His instruments are of tae most improved description; and he hopes that by strict altent-on and skilllul treatment ot all Dental malauips, to, giye satisfaction sndmerii patronage. His charges will be reasonable, atd may be known on application all his work will be warranted to be permanent. ES'Oflice opposite the Presbyterian Church February ft, 1848. " FRESH ARRIVAL Ot? DRUGS AND MEDICINES. THE subscribers haling purchased the en lire stqck of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, die, of James Car lisle, will continue the business at the old Hand. Their stock is warranted Iresh and it.tn.v . lui Arrow Root genuine, consisting m pari as tollows, if-c: aai trams Aloes Acids of all kinds Alcohol Balm qt Columbia Calomel American " pest English Camphor Caniharides Copavia Balsam Sal Soda lor washing Saltpetre Sarsaparilla rool Senna Slippery elm. Snuff, Scotch " Macabioy " Boxes Starch Castor Oil best duality Tamarinds Cayenne pepper Tartar Em -tic Chloride Lime Vallet's Ferruginous Chloroform paste Cloves While skins Composition powders Patent Medicines o 'all Cream Tartar kinds Cubebs PYE STUFFS Emory sand and flour Logwood Epsom Salts Brazil wood fcrgot Ether Sulph, " Nitric Extracts, all kinds Fig Blue Flax seed Gentian Ginger Glue Uum N'yrrh " Shellac Camwood Copperas Alum Madder PAINTS White Lead extra pure " No tinseed oil ithrage Turkey umher Ten a de Sienna Herbs, various kinds, Utlh.MIUALS Hops Indigo, Ippecac isinglass Jalap iujube pasts ireosote Lemon syrup Liquorice Lobelia seed Lunar Caustie Manna Magnesia Mustard No 6 Nutmegs Nux Vomica Oils, Essentia; Orp? root Ferrer Peruvian baik Pink ice Potash Quicksilver Rhubarb Quinine Iouine Piperinc Strychnine Veratrtne Beebcrine Curate Iron " and quinine Balicine Retorts, Receivers Thermometers, glass rods and tuning VARNJSHES. Copal Coach Japan Black Leather Transfer BRUSHES. While wash Clothes Tooth Nail Paint from 1 to O0OUO0 Virniiih Hair a fine variety ALSO. Sage A splendid assortment of Books and Stationary, ..consisting of School books, Slate pencils, Ink black, blue and red, Let ter, Foolscap, Fancy note, Guilt edge and Silver wedding note paper, envelopes, great variety, motto seals, wafers and tamps. Together with a large assort ment of fancy articles. Soaps, Porfumcry, and Surgical in struments. All of which they would respectfully solicit their friends and the public generally to call and examine, as they are determined to sell on as reasonable terms as can he had in this mar Ice!. Das. HAMPTON i HERNDON. Feb. 5, 1847. 31. J, WICKS & CO. ARE now receiving, direct from New York a large and extensive stock of Pry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Stationary, Hoots and Shoes Hats and Caps, Woodware, Castings, Smith's Tools, Iron, Nails ifc. ALSO Prom New Orleans and New York, a general assortment of Northern Western and Foreign Groceries. Brand ies-Old Cogniac, Pale Otard Sig net and American. Wines Champaign, Malaga, Madeira, Port Ape, Jamaica and New England Rum. Holland and American Gin. Monongahela, Rye and Rectified whis key, Suear Brown, Crushed, Loaf, and pulverized, . w . , vonets jmii, uiuBiiu jxwci.., Teas, assoited Candies, assorted, 1 Hasina do Pickles, do I -ir- i..., ,v... Saan. do Candles, do t .i Uignrs, do iodscco, uo Flour, Buckwheat, Butter, Cranberries, j Fish, Powder, Leadj Paints, Oils, Glass, I Putty and about every article to be j found in the market, which v ill be sold at wholesale and retail at the lowest cash prices. jan. 32. 1848. WINDOW QLAS.s, finm h II). Hi y, 18 large quantity just received by jan. 39. Hampton & Hr.iiNno... TWO NoRTHpnrv madk Buggies for al by (janl5) ,P. CLARKE fc Co, TO PLANTERS AND RETAILERS. M. J. WICKS & CO. CASH DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, lloots, Shoes, Hats, Taps &c. WITH a variety oi' oilier Goods, all of which will be sold at ihe very lowest cash prices. M. J. WICKS. J. W. WICKS. N. T). The highest mrtrket ;rice will be paid for Cotton or oilier country pro duce. M.J. V.& Co. Aberdeen, Jan. 2!2, 1848. Classical Hooks. A large assortment oi English, Latin and Greek school books, just received by jaa 99,1848. Hamptom & Hub n don. BULBOUS IU kits. ABPLENDED ASSORTMENT just re ceived and for sale by Januarv ill. Hampton & Hkrndon. Garden S; tls. I Warranted fresh from Landretbs, Just re- i cetveu and for sale by jan.94, 1818 Hampton & Hr.nNnoN T. Ooopwood, W. F, Dowd, POOPWOOP & DOWD, ATTORNEY'S COUNSUI.OKS AT fiKff, AiiEitnKKN, Miss., Will practice in all the Courts of Law and Equity of this State when business requites. jan 15 tl THE Copuriiieislnp heretofore exist ing under the firm of Cain & Alfriend is dissolved by mutual consent. Those in debted to the consent will come forward and settle up; Wm. Cain will continue the bussiness in future. January 1st., 1S4S- tl' , , ! zens generally, to ins extensive uonncnon EBUC A TI O Iff A li. ry BstaWlanineilt, at the south east corner Trir T ' - - J ,a , I ol Dauphin and St. Emanuel street, where he HE subscriber will commence his school ke,-ps constantly on hand for sale, large as Janinry dd; IMS , it, the ; room formerly Lrmier,, ol Cakes, Candies, Pastry, Fruits, occupiad by Mr. Crawlord. The rates ol tu- f nd aried ,' everv ,escriPtion; Nutsof iiion or a session ol five months will be for kM domestic and foreign Orapesi g! P"e" 9W.0O . orders for Pastrv and Cakes for weddlnir. m . . ' ., ',' The en ire course (including classics) 90.00 An entrance lee ol S'i"'' will he required of j each studeutj for defraying contingent expens es. W I l.ljl.'l ,VI I ' H.tVIINNl For further information, reference is may be ,naue Ol Mir IOIIOM lll gcuin IIICU VI. Rev. S. B. Sykks, S. C. BlanTOW, Esq, " S. S, TKMPtiBTON, R. M.CrNNINaUAH, " W. H. Hoi.combe, G. McFablanb, Prof. C. J. HAnnKii.M.iNN, A.M. J. C iblisls, JoMFH CbAWOBO. A. M., J. R iNDAI.l. Dec. 21lh, 1817. U-iw. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND CLASSICAL r, mrvsi THE next session of this school will com mence, as usual, on the first Monday in January next, and terminate on the last Thurs day in .Way. The infant department, still un der the direct superintendence of the subscri ber, will be taupht by Mrs. Armfield, ami the the other two by himself and Joseph Dysart A. M. This gentleman is a native ol Penn sylvania, and a graduate of Dickinson College havina graduated with the (iisl distlction is an experienced teacher, having taught in Maryland ar.d elsewhere. He brings testimo nials, (subject to the inspection of all,) of the highest character as to maturity of scholarship, satisfactory leaching, and purity of morals. for lurthel information as to Mr. D., we tefer to Bishop Paine whose written testimonial he bears, also in his personal acqua'.ntancs, nr. Whitfield, John T. FortsOB, Esq., Col. John Holliday, &c. Rales of Tuition, on half in advance, bal lance ai the close id' the session Elementary brrnches -fit) per session Arithmetic, English Grammcr and Geography, if 15 all other English branches, jfill. Latin Greek, French, and Mathematics, $25. Authors used, same as formerly which lo, classification Is still i r ..-r r. i ' ', , "! insisted on. Each num on admission will be charged With the whole session, subject however, to a deduction for the number of entire months elapsed previous o such admission. The usual fee ol one dol lar per session for contingent expenses still added. All destitute Orphans are invited, and shall be taught gratis. H. G. ARMFIELD. Aberdeen Male Academy, ) Principal Dec. 84, 1847-6m ' . , ' . ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL THE subscriber having obtained a conveni ent location, one square immediately south of the Female Academy, would res.' pectfully inform the citizens of Aberdeen and vicinity, shat he will liiere open an English and Classical Schooi on the second Monday (13th) of January next. The situation isa re tired one, and affords every advantage that could possibly be desired. Under these cir- cumstances, the subscriber by turning his in dividual attention to business, feels confident that he will be able to give general satisfac tion. All he further aks is thai his fiiends and acquaintances will give him atrial. Students will de charged from the time of entrance to the close of the session. Ihe fuel bill win be charged proportionally to each sludrnt. TERMS One half in advance, per season of '21 weeks, as follo'vs: Beginners, S'M.IIO Common English branches 15 00 Other bral ches. Ma'hematical ) . nin and Classical, -'0,000 Parents, in jnstice to themselves, their chil dren and ihe teacher, will do well loenter their childrenas soon as practicable afier ihe open ing o' the session. 1). w. SADLER Pee. 83d, 1847, II tf. CABINET MAKING; WILLIAM RAGSDALK, thankful I to his numerous natrons for past favors rcs- pectfully solicits a continuance of their i-i I.., u .i fT! T. VJ""1DU suo m u uuiiaiQir innmnv uccnniRn no too n.,o - - - y j i j printing ollice, situated on the brow of the hill on Commerce street. All kinds ol m ' ft , . ., , i unung in woou clone at l ie shortest no- b tise, TIM T T T i M OA ClOT, T TS rr ftftjftjlftT.U iiJiuoliiljii Sept.25lh, 1817. Gm. W. G. A S. E. Ni'E, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Yazoo City, il Practice in the Circuit Courts of Ya- .uu, iiiiiuios, i.xuuiowo, ubitoii, issuiiiiina and Washington the High CoLrtofEr- rors and Appeals the Superior Court! r ni j n- . r, . , of Chancery, and Circuit Court of the, United States at Jackson. mar6-tyl ...... II,...,.... . '.. II 7 : MOBILE ADVERTISEMENTS. O. MAZANGE & CQ. IMPORTERS & DEALEARS IN BAR IRON. MILL ROCKS HARDWARE CUTLEKY, &c &c, Comer of Commerce and Exchange Si's., JlfOBLE.-Ai.A. A RE receiving per recent arrivals from Do A. niestic and Foreign ports, the most exten sive supply and complete assortment ol Amer ican, English, French, German and Swedish goods, ever offered in this market purchased from the manufacturers under the most lavor able circumstances. Theiralock willbecon stanlly replenished from the same sources, and now consists in part of 500 Tons Swedish bar Iron, flat and square, assorted, I a f inch wide. 150 tons S vedisli plough iron li a 19 in wide 94 Ions American refined In bundles, consis ting of horse shoe, band, scroll, square, round, hoop, nail tod, etc., etc. 1 15 tons English iron, of all sizes. :W ions steel, cast (Navlor's) German, Blis tered, Crowly, Shear, etc. (A tons Swedish plough moulds. HXMI casks Swedes iron c nails of stiperi- ! or quality. IM. ...... - --. I ft r. B. Urnn.l, fwv ions cobuiib,, mcr. cugnii dl ncuwi 200 sels ein rear, 6, 8, ). 10 d- li It diameter Mill rocks, French Burr. Esopus, and Co logne ol afl sizes. Uoiting Cloths, Dutch, Anchor brand, 0 qr. 'A'ide, all sizes. Saws, Wm. Rowland, and other brands; mill of extra thickness. Flame, cross cut and pit saws. Saw and grist mill irons, of all descriptions Klacksmiih's tools, 300 sets,, all descriptions Carpeptet's tools of' all description. Sheet, cast and E Steel, 'NalorV (or Gin manufacturers also, Brisieis, glue, sewing Twine, etc., etc. 10,Cti0 grpsN England wood screws, allsizes MHKIPIoiighs ol' all descriptions, including 'Buggies, Notirse A Mason's' genuine make of al (sizes; subsoils, etc. Green, Sinclair and Hoyey's slraw cutters; Fa mills, Hakes, Horse shovels, elc, etc. 111,000 lbs log; ox, fifth well, ft other chains 3000 doz oast steel, German steel and Iron Hoes made to order, 50,000 pair po.ished trace chains, ol all sizes 400 dozen genuine S W Collins (Hartford,) Hunt's Simon's and other Axes. 600 Single and double bandied Guns and Rifles, a splendid assormeni. 800 Pail Pistol, of all sizes. BOOgros table Knives and Forks, 900 dozen and sells Rogers' and other Ivory handle table culler v . COOOdoz, 1, -, :i, 4, fi, 8 blade pocket knives, well as'orled. 1000 dozen Locks of all descriptions. With a splendid Variety ol other goods, to all of which they invite the attention of Plan ters and Merchants visiting this city, and offer (or sale tin the niosi reasonable terms. jan I IMS lv MtNFRl'TION Alt V, FRUIT, M:. THE undersigned would respectfully call the attention of families, and of the citi- dining and evening parlies, elegantly tilled at short nolicp. Also Avery large assortment of Segars, embracing every variety manufactured at Ha vana and elsewhere, jan I 1848 ly T. CARMELICH. JOHN RAMI, Gun Makcr,No. G !, Water Street, VTToTJLD respectfully inform his Iriends VV and the public generally, that he has now on hand, and will constantly be receiving a large and splendid assortment of double and single barrel OUNS, RIFLKS. PISTOLS, ife. He would particularly call the atiention of Sportsmen lo his collection of Shot Guns, as they will be found to be of a superior quality having been made to his order in Liverpool, embracing every variety, in quality, style and price, from the finest Btubbled Damascus down lo the plain twist barrels. lie has also on hand a great variety ol pow der tlasls, shot and game bags, percussion caps of the most superior kind, llints olSAnsll g rods, gun wads, powder, shot, etc. in fact ev ery article that can be found useful lo sports men He has also on hand a large and handsome assortment of TABLE CUTLERY, Pen knives, dirks, elc, The whole of the above articles will be found of the besl quality, and which will be sold al such prices as cannot fail to please, J. 11. takes this opportunity ol returning thanks to his fiiends and customers (or the very liberal patronage bestowed on him during the past 7 years he has been located in Mobile, and begs lo assure them thai nothing shall be wanting on hi part to merita continuance oi their former favors. N. I!. Repairing of Guns, Pistols, Hides, Locks,, etc, will be carried on as usual. All oiucii win mv ativuucu 10 mo ouvricst limine, land all work will be done in the best manner :.i j .i ... ... i. ii iiu 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ... M ii iii ii iu iic i , i cmui li ed ami altered from Flint to Percussion locks, at the shortest notice. jan 1 IH1H ly j GLAD Tl D I NGS. TO THE AFFLICTED. NORTH'S Compound Pectoral Balsam Hoarhoun-For Croups, Whooping Cough Colds, and all nflcctions of the Throat and Lungs. There are lew causes that more fre quently excuse disease and death than Coughs and Colds and as the season of the year has arrived when we are all rendered liable from ihe effects of the chilling blasts of winter, ill should not he forgotten that the most certain cure is to be obtained irotu "North's Pectoral, Balsam Hourhound. This preparalion is pure ly vegetable, and has been tested for years, nd has been found to posses superior remedial advantages Over any oilier medicine ever ol-' fered for sale for the cure of Couelis. Colds.' and all affections ofthe throat and lungs. It' j has received the approbation of the Medical I Faculty and the public generally of this city, (and we arc satisfied that whoever gives it a fair trial, adhering strictly to the directions, i will never regret its use safe in its operation, I certain in its efficacy, pleasant and agreeabla in ils taste, and an object of the greatest impor tanco in arresting that (ell destroyer Con-j sumption, in its track of death among the! youthful and lovely. Among the many teslimenials ofthe superior efficacy of this preparation, we append a letter from a gentleman well known in this commun- j ity, In addition to which, the following of the Medical Faculty have given it their approbn ' lion: W. Lee Fearn, M. D. P. H. I.ewi s, M. D A. Lopez, do F. A. Ross, do J. H. Woodcock.do J. B. Earle, do j N. Walkly, do L. Chieu se, do I C. A. Wodruft, M. D. j Messrs. R. North & Co. Gentlemen) I re eelt ed lasl winter much benefit from the use ol your Balsam Hoai hound, and, whenever I re sorted to ils use as a relief for other members i of my famil), who were afllicted with Colds, its ctlects were al A'ays strongly marked, rapid aml permanent i i ve bo n e I have no hesitation in hearin? testimony in its favor, and in recommending it to the afllict- eu, oeneving conscientiously mat I perform a public duty in making it more generally known as a valuable remedial agent, and is . t . . v ; 1 - as can be obtained in arresting and curing the rlisenses et (he Ihrnaf :in,l In,,,.. nrnnnh v ne nnnn o .in mo i, .. ft . . . 9 A great advantage I found it to possess over jail other medicines I have been in the habit of 1 1 1 1 1 l' is me pieasani lorm in which it is pre pared, as in ils not producing sickness at the stomach as well in large doses. 1 found in every case one bottle amply suffi cient to effect a cure. Its value as o domeslic medicine is nol to be .. .. . . . . . - : estimated, ana 1 never intend to be without it in my lamily medicine chest. Yours, ete. Mobile, Oct, 8, 1847. J. D. Speah. Prepared onlv by R, NORTH rf- CO. Dispensary Chemists, corner Government and Royal sts To Planters and Qthers. Q fi BALES heaw and Medium Ospaburgs OU sheetings and shirtings, 10 Bales and cases bl'ch'd and unbl'ch'd do J AC A Bed Tick . . n . m. , . I Li T-i n:.n.r 1-4 uuriap, i icKienourgs. uio.,, Crash, eic, elc, jnsl received and offered at a rcuuction, oy ap( 8 lj4? COZART p CLARKE. JUST RECEIVED. COMPO UND EX TRAC T OFB 17 CIIU, for obstruction in the urethra dis eases ot the bladder and kidneys, fravel &c, april 8. Hampton lVIIernuon. WINr.S AND LIGUORS. A CHOICE selection on hand and (or sale. -fl. The atiention ol CASH purchasers is particularly invited to the examination ol my stock. The articles and ihe prices cannot fail to please. ip 9 J B JENNINGS. REGULAR PACKET EVERY TEN Foh AnmiDtuN and Cotton (i in Tort. Tin', very light draugh steamboat IS 1U H I of JANUARY, George Ci.ouois, Master. will run the above trade during the sca soil, making her trip every ten days. CAMPBELL, OWEN & Co. Dec. ist.; 18473? 2m. REGULAR AHERDEEX AND MOBILE PACKET. AMARANTH, T. W. LYLES, Master. 1 His fine fast running double engine hfeatner, will ply as u retrulur pacnet be tween Aberdeen and Mobile during the season, leaving Aberdeen every eightl day. The Amaranth is a superior Boat; and elegantly adapted to the trade. Aberdeen, Dec. 10th, 1847. MOBILE AD VER TJSEMENTS TAMES" MARTIN, Worker in Copper, Tin J and Sheet Iron, II North Water Street, Mobile, has on hand large and small Cooking Stoves, copper stills, copper pipes, kettles, &c. Orders for steamboats, and in the above line punctually aliendedto. jan 8 ly MORIi if- LYNES, successors lo Coley Sleward d- Co. wholesale dealers in for eign and Domestic Dry Goods, corner ol Wa. terar.dSt. Erancis streets, Mobile. B. tO. TiaaALL can be found at the above house. jan 15 HOTEL & STEAM BOAT BAR STORES. STEPHEN TWELVES, Nos. 58 ds A1 Commerce street, JMPORTER of French Brandies, Holland Gin, Foreign wines, Cordials & Syrups. Also keens on hand a HO assortment of Do mestic Liquors and Groceries, also Porter, Ale and Cider of the besl quality, In Hhds., bbls., and bottles, packed for shipping in the saie l manner. jan o io ,j- TT'ELT.Y & ALLEN, FtiaMtTUBB & Carpet XV WaBIROCSE, No 30 Water Street, Mo bile. Also Chairs. Mattresses, Feather Beds, Willow and Wooden Ware, &c, &C. Jan 8 48 ly THE AMERICAN DKPURATIVE. Warranted a positive and certain cure lot Byphiills, Gonnorrhoaa, Gleei, Strictures. It is believed tha'. this medicine is destined to su percede all others in Ihe enre of these formi dable diseases. Its materials are drawn from nature's own domain, and f.re therefore entire ly vegetable. I i restores the system lo a per fect state of health and soundness without lea ving the effects which mineral remedies pro duce, li is offered lo the afllicted on the same conditions as accompany preparations o( a similar character. For sale by E R GOULD, agenl, janl 184R ly cor Dauphin u Royal stre:l X. B. TRINCHARD'S Marble Yard, No. J 90. Water Street, Mobile, Alabama. Monu ments, Tombs, Grave Slones. fc. jTsrAII orders in his line, neatly executed anil promptly a'lented to. wa1iTly House. MTH1S establishment has been thor oughly repaired painted and furnished throughout, and is now in complete order and open for Ihe reception of boarders Theaccoininodalions of this Mouse are equal to any in the city, and ihe proprietor will spare no pains or expense to make his guests com- v ...v.i lr fl L'AII.'M'P I ill. Nil1. vj j-ii-imuj.. ft dec li-lvt SIGN OF THE DIG BOOT. Corner of Government and Water streets MoBiLI All. WILLIAM STUART dealer in Ready Jf made clothing JHats, Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods On hand a general assortment ol ihe above funds, lo which, additions are con stantly being made. Purchasers are respect fully invited to call, as iny motto is tu SELL CHEAP. Dec. 28, 1817 ly. TO BUYERS OF FURNITURE. THE uudersigned is now receiving ele gant Sofas, Mahogany Chairs, Ward robes, Bedsteads, and other Furniture, which will be sold at the lowest prices fur cash. This stock is entirely new, of Newark (N. J.) manufactory, nnJ the quality may be relied on D. B. CRANE, 22 TFatcr. octlG. PORTRAIT ami picture frames of ev ery variety on hand and made, to order with despatch. Matrcsses and Sofas neat ly refilled, by oct 5 D. 15. CRANE, 22 Water. J. S. WHITAREH, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW OlliceXo. 1 Royal Street, NEW ORLEANS. riLAIMS prosecuted and collections made KJ lor Merciianls and l'lan'.ers ol Mississippi, western Alabama and all pans ot Louisiana. BF.PEBENCES Hon. P. W. Fariiar, 1 Hon. 1. T Prkston New Orleans. Christian Rosr.r.u s, Esq,, r AlfrIO Hknnen, Esq , J Hon. A. B. Meek, t ... ., Judge Hopkins, Mobile, Ala. Hon. J. S. B. Thatcher, Natchez, Miss. A. H. Arthur, Esq., Vicksburg, " Hon. M. G. Penn, Covington, L- STORAGE THE Undersigned now owning and having the entire control and management of the Ware Houses formerly occupied by Myers, McGuire & Co, including the only Brick fire proof Ware House in Ab erdeen, solicit, the patronage of his former patrons ana shippers generally. He flat ters himself that his Ware Houses offe,r great advantage for the storage of cotton, being located at three different points so that Planters desiring it can have their crops divided and thus be more secure from fire. He pledges himself to attend promptly to all business entrusted to him. Cotton stored in Fire-Proof Ware Houses, per. bale, 25 cts. In Frame Houses or Sheds, 20 do Up freight in proportion, D, CLARKE. NO MISTAKE ! 1 WE must have the money for all notes and accounts, by the First of March, or U1IU UOOOUIIlb, OY loo A'4IOL Ul I'IKIUII, ui they will be placed in the hands of others for speedy collection. jan 22 M. J. WICKS & Co. PHYllblAN. RESPECTFULLY rfler his services to the citizens of Aberdeen and vicinity. Office al the Mansion House. January Oth, 184H, 42 y. . S, WALTON One door East ot Haughton Sc Dunk lin's Drug Slore has just received a splendid lot ofCloth, Cassimcre and Vest ing, which he will make up to order on terms to suit the present price of cotton, and warrant a fit. He has also just received a handsome assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, which he took great care( in selecting in regard to make, and quality of cloth, that he can recommend to his customers; all oft which he will sell low lor cash to suit the times. Purchasers are invited to call and examine Ms stock before purchasing else where. Dec. 1st., 1847. 39. Dr.Le Roy's Vegetable Universal Pills. The. only l-uoicn Maliciic that al the same time Inrgcs, Purifies and Strength ens the System. DR. LE ROY'S Pills are a new medicine whiih has just appeared, and is fast ta king the -daces of others of the same class. These pi Is arc composed of many ingredients but the p inciple ones are Sarsaparilla and W ltd Cherry, so united that they act together; the one, thro' ils admijturc with other substances, purifying and purging, while the other is strengthening the system. Thus, they are at Ihe same time tonic and opening; a desideratum long and ea" gerly soight for by medical men, but never be fore discovered. In -other words, they do Ihe work of two medicines, and do it much beUer than anj two we know of; for they lemove no thing (run the system but the impurities; so that whie they purge i.hey strengthen. & hence ihey caws no debilitation and are lollowed by no re-action. Dr. Le Roys' Pills have a won derful inluence on the blood; they not only pu rify Without weakening it, but they remove all noxious larticles from the cbvle before it is convertel into fluid, and t-vii make impure blood an Impossibility, As there is no debilta tion, so here is no nausea or sickness attending the operations ol this most excellent of medi cines, which never strains or lorlures Ihe di gestive functions, but causes them to work in a perfectly natural manner anil hence persons ta king tiem do not become pale and emaciated, but the contrary; for while it is the properly ol the Sarsaparilla, united as it is with other ingredients, to remove all that is foreign and impure, il is euually the properly of the Wild Cherry to retain all that is natural and sound, and hence a robust slate of health is ihe certain result of their united operations. From the Liverpool Mercury. This Popular medicine thohgh but recently maue public has been long used by Dr. Le Roy in his own practice. It removes all forms of indigestion, as it powerlully influences the sto mach, head and liver, and is a general aperient A sinsle trial will prove its efficacy over other popular remedies; and as it contaihs nothing dangerous, it may be taken without medical ad vice, which in must cases it renders unneces sary. For all the usual diseases, as Headache, Gout, Colds, Nervous Complaints, &c., it isa certain remedy, as it insures a good digestion and free circulation ofthe blood. It is like wise occulta ry effective in correcting excess of diet, fatigue and enxiety, and, in shoit, we in common with public opinion, esteem it the bes. o! ail Family medicines. For sale at the Drug stores of Hampton & Herndon, and Haughton & Dunklin. july 31 66 lycSi THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Office .00, Wall Street, Now York city MorBII RoBINSOH, President. SaMOIL HaNNAT Scc'yt THE subscriber, hnving been appoint ed Agent for this Coinpanv for Aberdeen and tho neighbouring places will receive applications lor Life Insurance either for a single year, a term of years, or for the whole duration of life. The benefits of lifes insurance are very great especially to those who rely upon their business or vocation for their own support, and the support and protection of their families, and those dependant upon them, in case of their death. The peculiar advantages presented by thiscompany (at being reg ullted on the mutual system the assured and their representatives participating in j all the profits ofthe institution)recommend it thoroughly to public attention. The un-1 dersigned will at all times be glad fully to 1 explain the principles of life insurance and the advantages of the mutual system. 1 he terms, conditions and mode ot effect ing insurance can learned by applying to GYLES M. HILLYER. Agents for the Company and , Attornuy at Law. Aberdeen, June 19th, 1S46, 15-ly. TO TIIAVKI,I,ERS. R. MACIVER'S SPLEND 1 O LINE OP FOUR HOUSE POST COACHES LEAVES Memphis, Tenn.. torHollyl Springs, Miss., dally except Sundays; there connects with West & Dannelly's line etst, via. Salem to Uipley ; there connects with D. Gallaher & Co.'s iiae east, via. Jacinto to Tuscumbia, Ala.; Ihcre connects with ihe Rai Koad to Decatur and Ihe Slage line to Hunts ville. Also,! Decalur connecting with the main eastern line fo Charleston, S. C., via. So merville, Warrenton, Jeffeison, Ala., Rome, Cassville, Marietta, Decatur, Covinton and Madison, Geo. At HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS., Connecting with S. B. Palmei's tri-weekly line south, via. Wnterford and Oxford, to Ooffeeville; Ihere connecting with Reeside's line south, via. Grenada, Carrollton, Lexing ton, Benton, Yazoo City and Canton, to Jack son, Miss. Also, at Holly Springs connects with Wm. R. "Wilson's tri-weekly line south-east, via. Pontotoc and Aberdeen to Columbus. Miss. Leaves Aberdeen for Memphis. Tenn., on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at 8 o'clock. The public are assured that on the above routes they will find. splendid coaches, careful drivers and fine accommodations. Fare from Columbus, Miss., 10 Memphis, Tenn., $15 R. MACIVER, Contractor, julv 10 tf S. B. PALMER, Gen. Agl. J. B: J E N N I N G S. IS now receiving a lot of choice molas ses, superfine St. Louis flour, sugar, rice, ' wm cheese, Goshen butter, and by the next arrival will receive a variety, of staple goods boots, shoes, hats, iron, nails, cast ings, hardware and cutlery; loaf sugar, crushed and pulverized do. mackerel, cranberries, buckwheat, pickles, candles, cnoice liquors and wines, raisins, fine to bacco. Spanish cigars, oils, tanners, lin seed and lamp, No. 1 white lead and put ty &c, &c, which, together with his pres ent stock will enable him lo offer to his customers a stock which, for variety, cheapness and excellence, cannot bo sur passed by any establishment in the coun try. The market price will be paid at all times for every description of country produce COLUMBLS HOTEL. MESSRS. CADY & RIDLEY; Would respectfully announce to Friends and the Public, thai they have opened this extensive establish Vmnm m ment, and have repaired, painted and furnished it throughout. Failhlul and attentive servants have been provided, and ihe Proprietors pledge themselves that no pains or expenses shall be spared to render their guests con.fortable. Their Stables arc large and commodious, and arc fitted up in style not inferior to any es tablishment in the country. Messrr. Cady &. Ridley flatter themselves that Ihey will be able to accommodate in the best possible manner all who may do them the favor lo patronize them Columbus, Miss., Dec. II, Ir347. 1434-tl 7 CASH ADVANCES made- on coltoh b store for shipment. INSURANCE ON COTTON. He has made arrangements by which all cotton shipped in Ins name to Mobile is fully insured ag linst loss or damage. Planters wishing to avail themselves of the benefits of ins irance can do so on the most liberal terms by applying to the ut deraigned. .T. B. JENNINGS. November 27, 1847. UmolATLJACCMi THIS well known establishment is now kept open for the accom modation of travellers and the public generally, the subscriber, who hopes by his devoted attention to his duties as a landlord, to render it a quiet, comfortable, and agreeable home for the stranger, and traveller during his sojourn in the city. Hit Individual and undivided care and attention will bo given to the superintendence of ihe house, and it will be his pleasure, as it is his interest, to sus tain the high reputation which this house so justly acquired under the superinten dence of its former worthy and inimitable proprietor, Gen. T" C. McMakin. He respectfully solicits the continuance of the patronage of tho house, and invites the public to call where they find every thing that tho season affords, prepared as formerly in the host stylo, either with or without onions. I The Stage offices are all kept at the Union Hall WJSO, H. UUAY, October 30, 25v4-ly IN THE RING!!! fTMIE subscriber would resnectfuilv inform ! L the citizens of Aberdeen and vicinity that i he has opened a new I BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY, ' in this place and will keep constantly on hand ; all l.-ind of Cakes, Candies, &c, at Wholesale I and Retail. Thankful for past patronage he asks a continuance ofthe same. He can at all limes be found al BISOPPIOI on Commerce sl., three doors above the Post Office, unless ab sent on professional business. Cakes for Balls and parties furnished on accomodating terms. L. TALL Aberdeen, Oct. 23d, 1847. 33 If. NEW ?O OD S, B. Y. McNAIRY &Co. ARE now receiving a largo and elegant ! sorlinent of FANCY DRY GOODS, i suitable for the approaching season, direct from Boston, New York ami Philadel ' phia, which they are determined to sell i as low as can be bought in any Southern ! city. Our friends and buyers generally are ' respectfully solicited to examine our as sortment, which from its variety and cheapness of prices, we doubt not that they will be able to make selections every way agreeable. Ol'Call at the brick corner opposito tho house formerly occupied by Gee. Wightmen. Oct., 22nd, 1847. FOR SALE. rOSfi ACRES OF CHOICE TEXAS lOU LAND, situated on Trinity River a few miles fiom the public road, near a town called Cincinnati, well watered by creeks, and finely timbered, in a very healthy and thickly settled part of the country, and warranted lo be as fine land ae there is in Texas. Indispu table titles will be given, it being a soldier's claim of 183(1. The patent for said land was issued in 1811, and beats, the signature of Mirabeatt B Lamar, then President oi the Re public of Texas. Should anyone wish to purchase one-fourih one half, or the whole of ihis body of Lands hey can learn the terms &c. at the office of the Weekly Independent." jan 10 If LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. THE subscribers have now on ihe way, a large stock of goods, purchased by one of Ihe firm this spring, at Manchester, Paris, olas- gow and Bellas!, and which will embrace the I enlire range of dry goods, thalbearimportolion j under the present duties, to this country, they j feel confident in being able toseil as low if nol lower than they can be purchased in New York and through out, and as it is their intention to make it the interest of all to purchase in this market, they beg leave particularly to solicit the attention oi their friends and merchenls in Norm Mississippi to this advertisment as the I facilities in the fall for obtaining their goods ! quick and at much less expense , is grealley in 1 favor of mis market. WM. GARVIN & Co. Louisville, Ky. July 7th 1817. j 3000 acres western Texas land for sale, 1 exchange for land in the vicinity of Aber deen, or likely young negroes. The land is situated in the Gaudalupe valley 12 miles above Gonzales, a flourishing town on the Gandalupe rivor, and 50 miles east j of San Antonio, possessing almost every ' natural advantage, such as rich and al most Inexhaustible alluvial soil, good wa ter, good timber and good range. Tracts containing from 347 to 640 acres fronting the San Marcus river, either of which will make a good, settlement, and no distant day an enviable home. KfFor further particulars apply at this office. Aberdeen, Miss., June 13th, 1847-15 jilt EAST TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY. The next Collegiate year ot this Insti tion will commence on the 15th day of October. The Faculty consists of six of ficers. TpiTioM in the collegiate depart ment is 815; in the Preparatory and Eng lish departments 910 per session. Board ing in the Public Hall is 1,25; in private families, $1.60 per week. The enti re an nual expense, including clothing and boar ding in vacation, need i.ot, with strict economy, exceed $150. The locality is exceedingly healthful, and has proved po culiarly so to students from the South. For further information, see Catalogue, which may be examined at the office of the lerk of the Conn of this county, or be had on application by tetter to the President of the University. D.A. DEADRICK, Secretary Board qTrntite., aug 28, 10v5 td MONEY WILL BE RETURNED The GRAEFENBERG Pllts. 20,000 Boxes sold each and every week. THE GRAEFEN BERG COMPANY desire to call the atten tion of every one inte rested in Ihe health of the great and beanti- ini wesi, to their views respecting B1LIOVS DISORDERS. This class of disea ses is the great scourge ofthe western hemis phere. Co where wo- may, their sad eflecls are seen and felt. The brave and sell-denying settler who presses his way to the west, to make the "wilderness bud if blossom as the rose," meets this dreadful evil;. He is willing to work bard and eiMrWre every privation, thanks be to him. But in a I'nfi'f while he is seized with some form Of bilious disease. His strength now is weakness, A cloud comes over his prospects, and he ex claims, 'would that there were some medicine to prevent this dreadful evil, and to cure it when il does seize upon Its victim!' From the moment of the landing ofthe Pilgrims of Ply mouth to the present hour, bilious diseases have sent sorrow and desolation throughout the land. Let the graves of the loved and the lost fell the siory! A momentous question here comes np. Does ' the Supreme ituler intend that the toiling SONS OF THE WEST, j men os willing lo bear Ihe heat and burden off the day, should of all others be subject to so ! sad a calamity? It is not irreverent to say Vj- NO NO-NO! I.CI And why do we say Nol Because there is no class ol diseases that can be so certainly prevented and cured as those now spoken of. This is the great fact to which the Graefen berg Company would call Ihe attention oi Sit veniors, Clergymen, Jurists, Lawyers, Medical men, Philanthropists o." every name and sect, Husbands, Fathers, Wives and Mothers in the entire west. There is no reason why Bilious disorders should not be FOREVER BANISHED Irom Ihe west. The reader may not belitv this; he may smile at the idea. Bui in these days of G-eat Discoveries why should not something be found which will control and cure iiseases which are, in their nature con n olalde and curable? Ii is a well known fact that the true nature ot bilious disorders has been but partially under stood. Here has been Ihe great secret of the oner failure of nearly all the medical men and modiclne-vendejs of Ihe day. To BREAK THE CHILLI seems to have been and to be their great aim in fever and ague; and to purge, drench, blec and mercurialize in all the other forms of'bi ious fever. What have been ihe consequen ces? They ate too well knawn to need relating Tens of thousands hare died; multitudes hare had their blood poisoned by mercury; scarcely any have been permanently cured. The true theory is PREVENTION! and in cases where it is in the system, to erad icate it thoroughly. All these ends are surely attained by the celebrated OR A EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS, Lei i hem be fail ly tried throughout Ihe great west, and the Bilious Taint which clings le the system almost like leprosy, will be eradica ted. Health will be spe.-dily restored; the sal low complexion will be made Iresh and fair; strength and pleasurable sensations will return and the next season will nol find the GRAY YAWNING for the victims of the disease refered to. We venture to say that if these Pills weie furnish ed to every family in the United States at the eqpense of The General Government. it would be Ihe most economical and merciful expenditure ever made. Why? Because from every family all Bilious tendencies would be banished. The west would no longer be dread ed. There would be No more Sickly Seasons! The inhabitants there would be as tree from such complaints as those of Ihe heallhiesiparS ol New England. Unlike all other anti-bilious medicines the Graefenberg Pills utterly prevent the for mation olthedssease within the system. Those who use thrm according to directions Cannot become Bilious! With these remarks, the Graefenberg Com pany invite a still more extended trial of their Pills. Isl Let neighborhoods club together and get a supply, and distribute to every family. 3d. Let Clergymen recommend and distrib ute them. Asthma. Fluor Albus, or whites Gaslric Fever, Green sickness, Gripes, Hearlburp, Headache, Hysterics, Incontinence of Urine Indigestion, Inftamaiion ol the vital arls, amation of stomach Bilious Complaints, Boils. Bowels deficient action Breast Pang, Catarrh, Constipation, Cough of Pregnancy, Costlveness, Diarrhoea, Difficult Breathing, Dyspepsia, oyspeptic consumption neterminalion ol blood Jaundice, Liver Comrplaint, Low Spirits, Menstruation, Painful, lo ihe head, Ear Ache, Eiysipelas, Epilepsey, Fever Low, Nervous and Remittant, Fever and Ague, suppressed, Nervoui disorders, Neuralgia, Rheumatism Stomach, rairlous ips- natulency, eases. 3d. Let Landlords furnish them to the set tlers on their lands. 4th. Let Emigrantsocieties and other philan thropic bodies lnrnish them to the needy. In short, there is no earthly reason why lbs west should not be perfectly healthy; that on its beautiful prairies and beside 11s noble, streams, strong and vigorous health should not be enjoyed. In the following diseases these Pills also achieve equally wonderful triumphs: In all bilious and chronic edisorders, the Pill., achieve the most wonderiul triumph. Here they defy competition. And as the suscepti bility ol the American constitution is to these diseases they are aptly styled by some THE PILL OF THE NEW WORLD. Their wonderful efficacy in these complaints arises from their power to open the Pores, tj cleanse and strengthen the Stomach andBowp els: make the urine flow healthily and clear and 10 give tone to the system, WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE, 40 John st. New York- In towns where there is no branch, the com pany will appoint one on application by letter, post paid, or otherwise. Persons wishing the Pills by mall, can order them. Price a Cent. D. HANSBROUGH, if- CO., New 0-eans. Genet tl Agents J or the Stale of Mississippi, and a portion of Louisiana. Sold by MJ W1CK5 4c CO. Aberdeen, jaa 6 tm V