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FALL & WINTER GOODS.
FEARX & PUTNAM, XO. 6. CHEAP SIDE. JACKSOX, MISSISSIPPI, j r 12.SPKCTFIJL.L.V announce to tho citizens LV of Hinds, and adjoining counties, that they now have in store their usual large and attractive assort ment of Mcrchatiiize generally. Their stock of Dress Goods is the largest they have ever'otfered, consisting of Plain Chameleon, Richly Figured, Watered and Brocade Silks; Plain, Water ed and Figured Black Silks; Canton Crapes, and Irish Poplins ; Mousime D'Laines; Rich Cashmeres, and Merinos; richly printed and plain colors to suit the taste of all. Turquoise, Amerique, Black and Colored Alpacas, plain and figured. LADIES DRAPERY. Superior Paris Embroidered Cloaks, Watered Silk Mantillas, Crape, Thibet, Merino ; Printed and Plain Shawls, all wool, and other kinds, in great variety. CAPES, COLLARS, CUFFS. &c. &c. Lace Capes, (new style.) very beautiful; French worked and Vallencennes Collars and Cull, stylos new and very pretty; Under-Sleevcs, lace and work ed ; Inside Capes," Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Clear Law n, hem-stitched and elegantly embroidered. SHOES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, &c. Kid filoves of the best quality , all sizes and colors; Silk, Linen, and Cashmere liluvcs, for Ladies and Misses; Hosiery of S.Ik ; Spun Silk, Merino, Cash mere. Alpaca, ami Cotton, in ereat variety, for Ladies, Misses, and Children; Shoes, very cheap; j Boskets Wave, Pedal, Florence, Imperial Rice : Chip, Rice A;boni, French Straw, Plain Florence, ; and Straw, for Ladies and Misses. Ai so, Tabs, plain j and dotted; Ruches, Bullions, Puffings, Springs, Flowers, and Wreaths. i WHITE GOODS, EVENING DRKSS GOODS. ' AND HUMMING ARTICLES. j Jaconet, Cambric, Swiss, checked and strioed.and j Tarlcton Muslins; new and pretty goods for evening j dres-sos. Velvet and S:lk Ribbons, all colors and j widths; Rlack I.accs, narrow, medium, and very wide; Jaconet, Swiss. Thread, V ailencenncK, Edg ings, Inserting, and Lawns. RIBBONS For Ronnets, Belt, Sash and Neck, the largest and i most beautiful Mock ever offered in tins market. I CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. j Black, Blue, (irecn, and Brown, Dross and Frock ! Cloth Coats; Black, Brown and Green Sacks, Paletots j and Business do.; Brown, Drab and Bine Blanket! Coats and Sacs; Brown and Drab Devonshire Kersey ' Over-Coats, a new, very beautiful and line article ; Black and Fancy Cassimere Pants, of ail prices; Tweed, Jeans. Cord.roy and Kersey Pants; Silk, Satin, Velvet, Word, Casitn-re and Cushmere, Vests; Drjwers, I'uder-Shirts, H.dl-llos", Suspenders and Cravats; Linen-Bosom Shirts, of every grade ; Mole skin, Black and Drab Beaver Hats ; Heche's shape, Brush, Cassimere, Bueua Vista and other Soft Hats; Meu"s Boy's and Children's Caps, of Cloth, Fur, &c.: I'm-'irellas Gingham, Whaiebone, Cane and Steel Frame; Gentlemen's Calf, s'.iiched, Imitation do., Waterproof and Pegged Boots and Shoes. October IS, 1S00. I FRESH TEAS. .11 the Te a Emporium, Extra fine Gunpowder, ' " Imperial, " Younj llvson, " Old llvso'n, "xtra fine Oo'Ionjj, Powtrhon?, Medium G -nriowder, " Imperial. -res fj Ci r received, the largest assortment of both as and at low prices tiial Green and Black T was ever brought before to this market. Good Green and Black Tea bv the pound, at SI. Call at Jackson, Scpt.27, lsO(. HI LL'S. 2P FASHIONABLE .MILLLNE R Y , AM li'Xi:T .MAKING. MRS. O'SLLI.I VAN" has just received a splendid assortment of Fall and Winter Hats, direct from Paris and London, of the newest style and fashion, and also her suppl.es of Trimmings, which she is enabled to sell at very reduced prices. She continues to make up Hits to order, of the finest materials, and at short notice, to which she would respectfully invite the attention of the Ladies of Jackson and vicinity. October IS, 1S00.' 12-3m "TI'HV ;)(I)!. Just received, anil now open JJM 'ng. at the Store recently occupied by j. P. Jones & Co., two doors below the Old Stand . a choice assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, to which I would respectfully nvite the attention of my old friends, and the public generally. Jackson, Sept. 20, ls.jO. " A. Y1RDEN. CILOTIIIXG. Gents and Boys' Black Dress and J Frock Coats; Brown and Green Frocks do.; Gents Brown. Bi'k and Greer. Sacks and Pal Cos; " and Boys' Cassimere and C'oth Pants ; " " " Satin and Cassimere Vests, &c., Sept. 27, '50. heap at E. M. AVERY'S. 30 ? BARRELS fresh St. Louis Familv Flour: 70 boxes St ir Candles ; 75 pieces Kentucky flagging ; 7.5 coils Rope ; 3 " Bale Twine; 10 hog heads Louisville Clear Sides; of) kegs Lard ; 30 doreu pairs of Kentucky Socks ; 3 tierces fine family Hams; just received and for sale, By R. P. WINSLOW. Jackson, September 6. 1 S50. 36-tf EDWARD PICKETT, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW. MEMPHIS, TENN. Office on Madison street, a few doors east of the Post UlT.ce. ) Gov. John A. Qirtman,") I Hon. John I Guion, I Charles Scott, esq., I KEFEBF..NCE. A.L. Ba . nc , eoii . , Jackson .Mi. D. C. Gienn, Att. lien. G.T.Swann.Ad.P.Ac. Hon. C. R. Clifton, Geo. S. Ycraer, esq., Vicksburg. Oct. 25, 1S50 tf. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Hinds Cou.ntv, In the Circuit Court of said County, September Ttrm, IS 30. John Myers, 333. vs. Andrew Rankin and Richard Lee. flMIE plainufT in the above case having filed hii I petition, tuUtaiitiated on oath, tor a bill of dis. covery against the sa,d Andrew Rankin anil Richard ! Lee, embodying therein the tacts in relation to which a discovery is prayed, with tle reasons for inch dis covery, and the said court, upon inspecting the same, having determined that a discov. -y shall be had and it appearing that the said Andrew Kankin and Richard Leo are not residents of this State, hut reside bevond the limits thereof, so that tiie ordinary prooiti of this couit cannot be served upon them, it is therefore ordered by the court, that the said Andrew Rankin and Richard Lee make, in writing, a lull and com plete discovery, on oath, touching ihe matters in said petition contained, and deliver the. same to the court, on or before the next term of this court, to be held for said county at the court-house thereof, in the town of Raynionu, .T'S4 2d Monday of March next, A. D. ISol ; otherwise, the facts stated in said petition win be taken as confessed against them, and go to a jurv as though the same had been admitted by them undwr oath. It is further ordered, that a copy'of this order be published in the ' Southron," a uewspaper pub lished in the city of Jack -ion, said State, once a week for two months successively. A true copy from the minutes. N. B. WARD, Clerk. November 8, 1S.50. 15-2mo. HARDWARE AND CUTLER Y IN STORE, and for sale, the largestand most com plete stock of Hardware asd Citlery ever offered in this market, consisting, in part, of Table Cutlery, from common to the finest Ivory. Pocket Cutlery of ail the various grades. Silver Plate Forks and Spoons, a good article. Tailor's Shears American and Rodgtrs, superior article. Trays and Waiters A large assortment, in sets, and by the dozen. Curtain Bands and P.ns, Giit Rods and Rings. Fenders, Andirons, Shovel and Tongs. Elj' ksmith's Tools of ail kinds. Carpenter's do do do planter's Supplies Such as Chopping, Broad, and Hand Axes; Shovels, Spades; Trace, Fulh, Log and Halter Chains; Corn Mills, Hollow Ware, &c. &c. Warranted Anvils, at 10 c. per pound ; Log Chains at the same price; and all ether article?, at like or greater reduction of prices. All persons uniting (rood ana uinr naruwaie must call at li LLL!S Jacitson November 8. 1j."h). s el: i)S ssl:ku: Si:i:i)::: Wheat, Rve, and FEARN & PUTNAM'S, No. 6, Cheapside. Barley. At Oct. IS, '50. BRADBURY'S FARINA. Just received, at Arjg. 23, 1S60. VJRDEN'S. RICHARD P. WINSLOW, Next Door to Win. Morris' Jewelry Store, JACKSOX, MISS. DEALER in Staple Drt Goods. Clothing, Groce ries, Wines and Liquors, Hats', Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Glass and Queensware, Iron, Nails, Castings, Provisions, Bagging and Rope, DRY GOODS. Blue, black, steel-mixed and fancy Sattinetta; " " " " " ' Cassimeres ; Kentucky Janes and Linseys ; Plain and plaid " Red, white, yellow, green and spotted Flannels; Gauze, Canton and Snlsbury do English and American Prints; Plaid and plain Ginghams; Casimeres, Alpacas, Lustres S: Met ino, Silk Stripes ; Irish Linens and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Linen Sheetings ; Damask Table Cloths, Birds-eye Diaper, Napkins; Silk, Flag and Bandanna Handkerchiefs; Ladies' Jk Misses S.ik, Cotton & Woolen Hosiery; Gentlemen's " " " " " Cohasset, Elephant and Dorchester Tickings; Apron and Furniture Checks; Mississippi. Alabama, and Kentucky Osnaburga; Hamilton. Walton, and Amoskeag Shirtings and Sheetings ; Manchester, Ashland, and Charleston Shirtings and Sheetings ; Duit'el and Macmau, Saddle, Pt.,and Bed Blankets. CLOTHING. Dress, Sac k and F.-ot k Coats ; Riansets, Sack" and Frocktees; Plain and Fane. Cassimere Pantaloons; Kentucky Janes and Sit'iiiett do Krs-v and R ding curd do Satin Velvet and Fancy Vests; Shirts, Drawers, &c. &.C. GROCERIES. Brown, Loaf. Crush'd and Pu'v'd Sugars; New Orleans and Sugar-House Molasses; Java and Rio CotlVe ; Black, Imp'l and G. P. I i p'l Teas, best quality ; Soap, Star and Sperm Candles, and Lard Oil ; Rice, Vermaciila anil M iccaroui ; Pepper, All-Spice, Race and Ground Ginger; Nutmegs, Mice, Cloves, Cassia, ic; 200 sicks coarse and fine Salt; 20 bo.ves M mufactured Tobacco some superior ; WINES AND LIQUORS. Best Cognac Brandy, importation 1S05; Medium quality, and American ditto; ('id Rye Whiskey; Pure Holland (tin ; Irish and Scotch Whiskev; Old Port, Claret and Mederia Wines ; II ATS ANT) CAPS. Fashionable Beaver, Brush and Silk Hats; li'ack an.l while Wool do Men and Boys' C ips, a great variety. Sporting do. BOOTS AND SHOES. Men and Boys' Russetts, Kip Brognns; Calf, Kip, Sewed, Pegged and Mud Boots. Ladies'and 'Hisses Kid, Busktn ties. Slippers, and Hungarians. j ALSO j Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Combs, Brushes, ic. I A general assortment of Hardware adCltlf.ry; j Glas ad Qi'EEnsware ; Iron, Votings, Xails, i Hanging and Hope, K.our, Pork, Bacon, Lard.&c. &c. The above Goods were purchased in New Vork, ; Cincinnati, Louisvilie and Sr. Lou s, the past summer. . upon the most favorable terms, and thev are - Ilered i to the public at very small profits. The usual credit ; will be given to punctual customers. 1 am de'er j mined to o:l'er such inducements as will insure a call at least, and be I leving in the motto of "quick sales and I email profits,'' will take pleasure at all times to show j my goods, without charge. I will barter for Cotton, i Corn, Oats, Rye, Dry Hides, Wool, Tallow, Rice, Hags, &;c., Sic. , on trie most liberal terms. OCT Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to New Orleans. N. B. Having made arrangements at St. Louis for weekly shipments of Flour, m v customers may aiw avs relv upon getting a fresh and good art.cle. Sept. 27. ISoO. 39-tf JUST Mess Pork, Rump Pork, Lard, Sucar, Coffee, Imperial Tea, Black do RECEIVED. i St. Louis Flour, i ('.ear Sides, ' Bone do ' Shoulders and Hams, j Ky. ir. East India Bagging, ! Guunv Bags. ackson, Oct. 18, 00. FEARN & PUTNAM. IKOX. SiEUI., rASTlNCiS. Ac Nails, Ox, Trace and Fifth Chains; Anvils, Vices, Smiths' Hammer and Tongs; Collins' Axes, Hum's Broad Axes ii nd Hatchets; Steelvards. Patent Balances. j Sad Irons, Iron Wedges, Strap Hinges, Stew Pans, . Longand Short Handle Frying Pans. Spades, Shovels, j Curry-Combs, Cotiee Mills, Cotton Cards, and everv i other thing t'n the Hardware Line. For Bale at Oct. IS, '50. FEARN & Pl'TNAN'S. NOTICE, To surviving officers and snlsliers of the war of with t;reat IJrit.un. or of any of the Indian tvurs, miicc 1 7!!0. ;ind to Commissloiu'il ollirer in the .Mexi can war, and the wMowsof de ceased ollicers a nd soldiers riHE undersigned lias made an arrangement with L M ij. J. T. Nei i.v, Attorney at Law, Washing ton City , for the preparation and prosecution of all such claims, as are ahove referied to, under the Boun ty Land lliil. passed Sept. 2S, ls.50. Instructions and forms, directly from the Pension Office, have been received bv him. Terms moderate. Address, post paid, ' J. M. DL'FFIELD, (let. IS, 1S50. 12-lm. Jackson. Miss. JUST RECEIVED. KI'.AIJN A PI TXA.M. a very large stock 1 ) of Bleached and tirnwn Domaties, Tickings, Plaul I.iiibCys, Satinets in.-l Ky. Jean, Plaid Goods lor seranls, Do do children, Prints, a lurge stnek, Irish Linens, warranted. Diapers and Napkins, i Apron Checks, Canton I'l iMiel, Scarlet Wool Flannel, White do Yeilow ' do Pink and Blue Wool Siik-Warn " do oo do S- It: 10-1 s.itTii table rimsk Ilea! Welsh 12- ISuner Linen Sr.eetmg. Table Cloths, " cotton do Table Covers, Drillings, Piano do. Jackson, Oct. IS, 1S50. SELECT LADIES' SCHOOL. rpm: .MISKS HALL:, who have had cnnsid- erable experience in teaching, intend epening a Select School for Young Ladies in Jackson , Miss., on Prejident street, m the House next to the Episcopal Church. To those Pupils intrusted to their care, a thorough English Education wilt be imparted, and no efforts spared to merit the approbation of their patrons. Miss .M rv H ai.e, who has devoted many years to the study of Music, and whose capability of teaching that Science is well known, will continue to give ! lessons on the P.ano For.e. ! There will be two sessions in the year, of five mouths each. I lie present term having commenced, charge will be made from the time of entrance. Terms per Session ; Junior class, (one-half in advance,) $K' 00 r-nior ' " " 0 00 MmiCi U:i 00 L'se of" Piano, 3 00 Stationery, copy books, pens, ink, and slate pencils, 76 French and Embroidery will be taught if required. kEf'EKESCE IS PERMITTED TO The Rev. AMOS CLEAVER, Jackson ; and to The Rev. W. P. C. JOHNSON, Rector of Samt Andrew's Ohurch, Jackson. Stir The Misses H. can be seen in reference to pupils at the residence of Mrs. Smith, opposite the Christian Chorclu Jackson, October 18, 1S50. T Hi PLAMEHS. Before nnrclias ne call aed examine our large stock of liussets and Black Brocans. Nesro Blankets, Necrro H its. Linscvs. Ker seys, Loweis, ice. We are selling low. FEARN &c PUTNAM, Oct. IS, '50. No. 6, Cheapsirie. SUNDRIES. T TONS Nails and Spikes, assorted ; eJ 2 tuns Grind Stones Finished, Nova Scotia ; 2 " Castings Pots, Ovens. Skillets, &c; 40,000 Segars, ranging from ft 12 to S40 per thousand ; 500 g ilions Oil Sperm, L ird, Whale, &c.; 2,000 lbs. Sugar Double-re"ined, Loaf, Crush'd, ic. 2 hogsheads Sugar Brown; 45 boxes Candies Sperm, Star and Adamantine ; 700 lbs. Goshen and Pine-Apple Cheese; 600 gallons Stone Ware Jugs, Crocks, Pans, &c 400 " Demijohns, 1, 2, 3 and 5 gallons. The above is part of a very large stock receiving, and for ealo very low, at HULL'S, Oct. 11, 1550. No. 3. Chip Side. LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, A M A 1.1. MiKASKH ARfS- 1 ; riio.u a rus-on-iei;i.i Livi'.it or r'to- M 'H. l I'll AS l i.VSTI 1" tio, i w K i' ri 1. i s. ki.'i.i.x rs.v. OR Itl.illifl 'I O Till' I'L All. ACIIIfl V OF TIIKtifuM M'H. N U i: II K It I'BI'RV, MS GIW I OK f oul). Kl'I.LNKSS Ol! VVKIGII l l.V THE ffoJMni, SOL'U I.UCfl'A I IONS. SINK ING Of! FI.l' l 'I F.UINO AT THE I'lTnF TIIK s'i'OMAl M, SWIMMING OF THE IIEAU. Ht'RIilKfl AND LIFf I CULT HKCATIilNG. Fl.CT TI.KINt; AT 'i'llB If LA H I'. CHOK ING OK BCFFOCATIVO SFNSA I'IONS WIIFX IN A LY ING HOSU KE IIIMM'.SS OF VISION". IKTd OR VVKBS UFIUKF. THE SIGH T, FEVER AND DULL FAIN IN THE HEAD, DE FICIENCY of HEIISPI RATION, YELI.OU'M'.ssoK THE SKIN" AND EVErf, FAIN (N THE FIDE. liUK. CHEST, Ll.ViUS tsi'LiiiEN" OF FLUSH '..1 HEAT. l.l'KN 1NG I N TIIE FLESH. CONSTANT IM GIMNGS F EVIL, AND GREAT DEFK ESs'l UN OF SI'I It I I S X BE EFFELTC ALLY ITIiKD BY DR. HOOFLAXD'S CELBRATED GERNAX BITTERS PREPARED BV DR. C. M. JACKSON, AT TIIK GEIIMJX MEDICINE STORE, No. 120 Arch St., Philadelphia. Th'ir power over the abo-e diseases in uneicelted if equalled, by an: other prepurat ton itt the United staler, as t he cre$ attest , in many cases oier skilful physicians had f nied. Tin-He Hitfots are worthy tiie attention of invalids. Pus'si!is Er"at virtut's i:i tiif roti' cation ut diseases ut' iiift t.ivr and snall r t'and-;, ( -xi-rcisii." the most searcd inj poiveT.i in we;ikiifs.s ami a it " t ions ol' t!ie diL'tstive or ttaiis, ti.t'y ar-e vv it halt ale, r:rlain antl plPi.aiit. RKAD AND RK CON'VIXCKD. Tlie Hon. t'har!es l. H!iiltne, Editor of the "Cam Utmucrat," ti.e L-t papor in W est Jersey, tavs, Julv -UOOKLaN D'S (ir.RMAX BITTERS." liavfSf:en many tlattir i n mtt ires of ti. is inrclirint and 1 tie source from winch the raine. indticct! usto make imjuiry reispclmu its uu-rits. Frum iiuimry u iaro pr-u.uU-ti lo u:; it, and it.ut stay we totind it St:cii"ic in its action upon diseases of the liver and digtstive orfant. and the power it exerts upon nervous prusttrattatt i re hIIv surpnsii.?. It calms ami strengihtrB the nerves, ht lnsinE theiu into a stale of repose and makes sleep re fresh inc. If t-i medicine were more generally used, we are satisfied there would le let sickness, ft run tf.e sio niaeit, liver and uervoup tty?tt m ti.e pread inajriry of real and imaginary diseases emanaie. Have them in a ifeaUn v contf H iin , and you may t;id d-flan re to efudmirs lenernf ! v. Tn is xi rardtna ry me-! irine wc won Id ad vise our friends who are indtspo?td to cive a trial it w ill then recommend itself. If should, in fact, le in every t a 1 1 1 1 f y .No other Medicine cai produce such evidence ol merit. From the Boston Bee. The editor said. Pec. 2?d 'If. lioertand's C e!cOruted German Bitters for the cure of I.ivt-r l ouiplaint, Jaimdire, lv -si;i . .'hronir or Nervous Oehiliry, is deserved y o;e uf tlie most popular meif iciut ot tiie o.i y. Tiie;e i nters have I een ust-d ly thousand:, and a friend at our ell ow sa s he tins hnnst-tf received an ertectual and permanent cue of Liver fum laint Iroiii th- use of tins reinedv. We are convinced That, in ti e use of tiiee Litters, the patient constantly ii ins strength and vior a fact worthy of creaf couside ratioii. 'J lit y art p!e;tsant in taste and smell and can e UM'd hy persons with tlie noi-t del pale stomachs with satVty . u nder a in circumsTn in e;. e a re pa k diet from experience a ; i to t e atllicHNl we advise their use. .-cot t ' W ee k 1 v ," one of the. 1 e&t i.ilera rv pa pers pub lished, said Ana - -J.j "J)r Jit'ofi.i:nd"s German Bitters, manufactured hy Dr Jiickon. are now i ecimi.i;ndd hy soun ol the most prominent inemt rs ot the lacuity as an arth le of much i'l!n an in cast s ol lemale ueiikmss As such is tlie case, we would advise all mothers to oMnit a hottte and thus save themselves much sickness. Persons of dehilifa td coTist itut ions will find these Niters advantageous to their healtn, as we know from experience the salutary eiffi t thrv have upon Die weak systems." Jndse M. M. oah. a eentieman with sreat scientific and Mterarv attainments said, in his ".New Vork H eeklv Messenger. January t. 15'h "jr. Hoojiand's German Bitters. Here is a preparation which the leading Journals in the Union appear tote unanimous in recommending and the reason is obvious. It is made after a prescription furnished hy one of the most skilful phv sic tans of modern trine e the late lir. :hri?-topher i I helm Hoortaud . I'rotessor of t he l.'n iversi ty of Jena, Private Fhysh ian to the Kin; of Piusia. and one of the ere a test medical writers Germany hns ever produced. He was emphatically the enemvof humbug and therefore n medicine of winch he was the inventor and endorser may he confidently re'ied on. He espe cially recommended it in Liver Comph-tii.t, Hyspep--ia. Xausea. Dehilitv, Vcriisn, Acidity of the Stomach. ( Oifrtipa?ion, and all comptait nrising from a disorder ed roncdition of the Momach. tie Liver and th In lestines. Nine I'hiiadejpliia papers express their convic tion of its excellence, and several of the editors speak of its e fleets from their own individual experience. Under these circumstances we feel wurranted. not only in calling the Mttetition of our readers to Hie present Proprietor's lr. V. M. Jacksutis) preparation, hut in recommending the article, to all aH'icted." MORE EVIDENCE. The "Philadelphia Saturday iazette," the best family newspaper puhlisiied in the United States, the editor says l DR HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. 'It is seldom we recommend what are termed Patent Medicines to the coniienee and patronage of our readers: and, therefore, when we recommend lr. Hoothmd's Ger man Hitters, we wish it. to I e distinctly understood that we. are not te;ikin of the nostrums of the day, that are noised a out for a hrief period and then forgotten ;t ;ter tliey have done their guilty r;tce of mischief, t.iit of a medicno! hni etahli,-hed. utiiversa'ly tri.ed and iik u have met thu hearty approval uf the faculty its If' L idencc upon evidence hasveen received (like the forepoinjl from all sect tons of tlie Union, the last three years find the st rankest test imonij in its favor is, that there is more of it nec-J in the practice of the regular Physicians of Plnladelpha than all other nostrum com 'dued, a fact that can easily he estaldii-hed. and fully prov ins t! at a scientific preparation will meet with their quiet approval vvnen presented even in this form. That tins medi' tne will cure l iver Complaint and Dis rtepsia. no on; can dout t, alter usinir it as directed. It acts specP'cafly u;on t!te stowiacii and liver it is prefer ai,u ro calo-nel in all billioas diseases the elfect is irn me.itaTe. Thevcan he ail ministered tn female or infant with t;f ty and reliahle hennt, at any time. BKWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. This medici'ie lias attain k ttat lush character which Is necessary for all m'-d'eine to attain to induce connterfe.it- n n,t furili n eiiiiriniK nrtirt. :it tltn rL nf lh IIvpd of those who arc innocently deceived. LOOK WELL TO THE M.1RKS OF TIIE (iEMIXE. Thty have the written jpiimt 'ire of C. M. J ACKSOVon the wrapper, and tht n.-ine Mown iti the hottle, tciihaut izhich ttnu are spurious. l or sale, whol'sal: ami retail at tlie GERM.1X MEDICIXE STORE. o. 120 Arrh St one r!oor litlo-.v Sixth, (late of 2TP Rae St.) rhil;niel)l:ia, unil hy respectable dealers gener allv throtitioiit ti e ronttrv. A No, fur saH" lv MOl ) R K CA R P ET 13 R Dni22lstf and Booksellers Jarkaon Mis. June 7, 1-'5(I. 1 y WAGONS, PLOUGHS, &C. PR l. PARED to do all kinds of work in the BLACKSMITH Line, and all necessary Wood Work for Ploughs and Wagons. Sly friends, and the public generally, will please Rive me a rail, an 1 can furnish them with pood articles, at the prices they pay for Northern Slop Work pot up for " Southern trade."' Shop next door to Hull's Carriage Factory H. DILLON. Jackson, Jan. 11, 1860. 2-tf 2 S3T;4.:j ?0 DU. KXAPP has returned from tne North, and is prepared to Et-r-"?; render his professional services to a I Ty T tCLI- who may require h.s aid. He con siders it unnfcessary to speak of the character of his operations for beauty and durability, as he trusts they are too well known to need com ment from him, or reference from the numerous indi viduals who have tested them and enjoyed their ben efits for many years pat. He has availed himself of nil the late scientific improvements in the art, and would particularly recommend his improved method ef uiseiting artificial teeth. Jackson, September 6, 1850. 36-tf Y7YXTHI TO Pri?t-H A'-t: A large quan- tit v of good PICK KD WOOL, to be delivered at my store in this city, between this ti.rie and the first ol November next", for wh;ch I wiil pay the high est market price, in goods or cash. I am now re- eiving from the Northern and Western Cities, my Fail supply of Dry Gooes and Groceries, Bagging and Rope, Seed Wheat and Rye, flour, fresh from the Mills every ton days, &c. &c, to wiich I invite the attention of iny friends generally. Jackson, Aug. 30, '50. 2a-2m R. WARNOCK. JOHN W. PATTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, JACKSOX, MISSISSIPPI. WILL practice in the courts at Jackson, and in the several courts of the counties of Hinds. MHmon and Rankin. Anv businesn intm.tAd to his care will be promptly attended to. Sept. 13, 3-Iy UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. P A CULT V O A KTS. AUGUSTUS B. LONGSTRKET, L.L.D., President and Professor ot Mentil and Moral Science. ALBKRT T. BLKDSOK, A. M.. Professor of Ma thematics, Natural Philosophy and Astronomy. JOHN M1LLINGTON, M."D., Professor of Chem istry, Agriculture and Geology. JOHN N. WADDKL, A. M.j Professor of Greek and Latin Languages, and L teriiture. LUCK'S Q. C. LAMAR, A. B., Assistant Profes sor of Mathematics, &c. ADOLI'H SADLUSKI, Professor French, Spanish and German Languages. , Assistant Prof, of Geology. The exercises of this Institution will be resumed on the second Thursday of September next, 12th day of the month., under the direction of the above Faculty. Term: For College fees, (for Tuition, room rent and servant hire,) all in advance for the Session, 37 00 For board per month at the Steward's Hall,. . S 00 Students have the privilege of boarding in private Families, under the direction of the Faculty. SOT Text-books can be obtained in Oxford. JAMES M. HOWRY, Proctor, V. Miss. To be appointed )2tli Pi n'euil'ier next. Oxford, Augu-t 30, ISoO. INSOLVENT NOTICE. VI.I. persons having claims against the estate of Henry E. Van Winkle, deceased, are hereby notified that said estate was declared insolvent at the August term, 1S50, of the Probate Court o' Hinds county. They are hereby further notified, that unless they present their claims, duly proven, to the under signed, Commissioner of Insolvency, on or before the 20th day of February, ISat, thev will be barred. WMl H. HAMPTON, Clerk of Probate Court and Comin ssioner of Insolvency. August 30, 1S;0. PEAKL RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION COM PAN Y. ITOTICI'.. The Stockholders in this Company are notified to attend a general meeting, to be held in Jackson, on Monday , the 7lli of October next, for the purpose of electing Directors, and transacting other important business. A full and punctual attend ance, in person or by proxy, is earnestly requested. Bv order ol" the Board of Directors, GEO. FEARN, Secy. September 6, 1S50. 36-tf TRUST SALE. BV VIRTI.'H of a Deed of Trust, executed bv Turner M. Ellis, J. C. McAllister, E. F. Eilis", and A. J. McAllister, to the undersigned, as trustee, bearing date October 27, 1S47, I will, on Monday, the 5th day of January, ls51, in front of the Capitol in the city of J.ickson, county ol Hinds, and Slate of Mississippi, between the hours of 11a. m. and 4 P. M. , proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following lots and parcels of land, lung and being in the city of Jackson, county and State aforesaid, and designated in the plan of said city as the north half of lot number one, in fr ctional square number one, south. Also, the undivided half of ten acre lot, number four, north. Also, a certain tract or parcel of land which formerly adjoined the said city of Jack son on the west, but has now been incorporated into the same, bounded as follows : fronting on the con tinuation of Pearl St., and extending with the same two hundred and eighty two feet, on the west tw o hundred and ninety feet, on the south two hundred and eighty one feet, and on the west two hundred and six feet, containing about two acres, and being the same par cel of land conveyed by William II. Lynch to the slid T. M. Ellis, by deed bearing date December 27, 1844; together with all the appurtenances and improvements belonging or appertaining to said lots. I will make such title only to the purchaser ae is vested in me bv virtue of said deed of trust. WILLIAM D. BIBB, Trustee. Jackson, Miss., November 1, 150. REV. D. COMFORT'S SCHOOL, AT CLINTON. TIHE subscriber begs leave to inform his patrons, 1 and the public grnerally, that his school is open for the reception of pupils. He will give instructions in all the branches usually taught in the best Institu tions of the country. A continuance of public pa tronage is respectfully solicited. D. COMFORT. Clinton, Miss., Oct. 11, 1S.50. 41-om Dolbcav's U)ri ting cab cmn IN TIIE J" 1 L L be kept open during the within year. f Fifteen or twenty Gentlemen will be qualified during the Fall and Winter to teach the ' Science or Penmanship," and act as Agents for the sale of Dolbear's superior Gold Pens, Dolbear's "Science of Penmanship," &c. &c, in the Southern States. New classes will begin the 1th of November, and the 1st of January. Those wishing to qualify, must come well recom mended. Letters addresed to Levi Dolbear, Natchez, will receive prompt attention.. ty 500 Dolbear's superior Gold Pens for sale, wholesale ami retail, at his Academy. October IS. 1850. JOHN MYERS, No. 1, Cheap Side,,Tackson, Mississippi, DEALER IM STAPLE DRY GOODS, C1I.OTIIING. Groceries and Liquors, Hats, I Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Glass and Queensware, Nails, Castings, Provisions, Bagging and Rope, &c. &c. DRY GOODS. Black and Blue Steel-mixed Sattinetts; Kentucky Jeans, assorted colors; Linsejs, do do White, red, yellow, green and spotted Flannels; English and American Prints; Plaid and Plain Ginghams; Alpacas, Lustres, and Merinos, Silk Stripes; Irish Linens, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Sheetings, Table Cloths, Bird-eye Diaper, Napkins; Silk, Flag and Bandanna Handkerchiefs; Ladies & Misses silk, woolen, and cotton Hosiery; Gentlemen's " " " " " Bed Ticking, assorted ; Apron and Furniture Checks ; Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky Osnaburgs; Hamilton, Washington, and Moskeag Shittmgs and Sheetings ; Charleston and Manchester Shirtings & Sheetings; Bed and Saddle Blankets, assorted. CLOTHING. Frock, Press and Sack Courts; Sacks, Blankets and Froctees; Plain and Cassimere Pantaloons; Kentucky Janes, Saiinelt, and Kersey do.; Velvet, Satin and Fancy Vests; Shirts, Drawers, &c. &c. GROCERIES. Brown and Loaf Sugars; New Orleans and Sugar-House Molasses; Rio and Havana Cotiee; Soap, Star and Sperm Candles; Rice, Pepper, All-Spice, Race and Ground Ginger; ISO Sacks Course and Fine Salt ; '25 Boxes Tobacco. WINES AND LIQUORS. Brandy, Gin and Wine. HATS AND CAPS. Fashionable Beaver, Brush and Silk Hats; Black and white wool do Men and Boy's Caps. BOOTS AND SHOES. Men and Boy's Rn-is';tts, Kip Brogans; Calf, Kip, Sewed, Pegged and Mud Boots; Ladies' and Misses Kid, Buskin Ties, and Slippers. ALSO Umbrellas, Combs, Brushes, &c. A general as sortment of Hard wa e a d Cutlery; Glass and Queens ware, Castings, Nails, Bagging and Rope, Flour, Bacon, &c. &c. Jacksox, October II, 1S50. 41-tf SHOES! SHOKSI! SHOES II' Just received, by Southern Express line, a very superior stock of (iEJILEMtX AND LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES, SUch. as Gent:s Calf (Stitched and Pegged, Dress and Water Proof.) Boots; Calf and Kip, pegged and Sewed Brogans; J Boots and Nuilifiers; Ladies' Walking Excelsiors, Kid Slippers mid Gaiters ; Black and light colored Lasting Gaiters; Misses Slippers, Polka Boots and Gaiters; Woman's and G.rl's Peg'd Goat Boots; Ladies' and Misses Calf and Goat Stichdowns, &c.&c. Also, Kip and Russet Brogans4 and Mud Boots ; to which is added a good assortment of Rubber Over Shoes and Boots, for Ladies. Misses, Men and Bovs. At E. M. AVERY'S, Sept. 27, '50. No. 5. Cheapside. SITUATEDin Hinds county, Mississippi, 13 miles west of Jackson, the State Capitol, and 4 miles east of Raymond, county seat. The Raymond rail road, now rebuilding, will probably be done by the 1st of June next: it intersects the Vick barg Rail road, at Bolton's; distance from Raymond to the Well, 1 miles. At this time Hacks can be had at lioltous, 12 miles to the Well, or Clinton depot, S miles. Persons leaving Vicksburg can be at the Well in 4 hours. Extensive arrangements ate making for the com ing summer. The water is principally Chalybeate. Tlie celebrity of this Well is not surpassed, and is recommended -by the medical faculty, in cases ot Chronic Diarrhrra, Dvspepsia, Gravel, Dropsy, and general Debility ; it acts powerfully upon tli Liver and Kidneys, and lias the same salutary effect throughout the year. Invalidacan be accommodated at all seasons with comfortable rooms. But tew places can excel this as a watering place. The picturesque view, the elevated location, romati- i fc hills, and lolty pines; in fact, everything indi- ! cates heaith, independent of the medicinal water, i which has proved so tienctici.il. I Terms: Hoard and Lodg ng, for Winter, Spring j and Fall months, $24 per mouth, 7 per week, and j SI 50 per day. The months ol June, July, August j and September, S30 per month, 10 per week, and S2 per day. Horses will be taken care of on mod- ! erate terms. All amusements requisite to a watering place will ; be found, and a good band of music provided tor the summer months. WILLIAMS & EPPES, Proprietors. j P. S. The assistance of Col. Long, late of the ; Mansion House, Jackson, Mtss., has been secured, and we trust that general satisfaction will be given. ' Accommodations a re making for a thousand per- sons. In addition to the old Well, another has been obtained bv e.nking a shaft some 80 feet deep, and which has turned out to be strongly impregnated with sulphur and iron. It is such an inexhaustible stream that suitable Bath houses are about to be erected ; also, the boring of an Artesian Well has been com menced. Families renting cottages ill fmd no scar city of water for culinary purposes, &c. Although we consider the Well open at all times, still the question is askerl, hen do you open? We now say the 1st of May as a general opening. Quite a number of invalids are now here, and it pros pect of a large company, judging from letters al ready received on the subject of rooms, &c. The demand for barrels of water is so ureat, we must decline ta king any more orders until next fall. The public are requested, should they wish any in formation in regard to the medicinal qualities of the water, or to procure rooms, &c, to address the Pro prietors, and their letters shall be promptly attended to. N. B. Persons leaving for the Well, had better order their letters to be directed to Cooper's Well, Ravniond, P. O., Miss. The mails arrive in Ray mond daily, (Sundays excepted,) and letters for the j Well will be forwarded daily. W. S: E. Cooper's Well, April 17th, 1S50. 16 ANDREW S. RUSSELL, STATE STREET, J.1CKSOX, MISS. HO has on hand a splendid assortment of Uijles. and Fine Stub Wire and Damascus Twisted Double Barrel Shot Guns; Co t's St Allen's Patent Revolvers; Bird Bags, Shot Bags, Powder Flasks, Powd.-r Horns, Locks, Trurce s, Nipples, and Nipple Wrenches, Siieei Br, brass, Steel and German Silver Mountings, Bullet Moulds, Rille anil Shot Gun Wipers, Bowie and Hunting Kmvt s, Percussion Caps, &c. ktf' Kiri.cs and Pistols made to order, and war ranted to shoot tiue; and sold at the very lowest cash prices. &tr Kepairino done in the neatest manner, at the shortest none . July 26, 1)50. 30-tf HULL'S CARRIAGE AND HARNESS S A L i: S ' JU)OM. No. 1. lieai-iile, .ackon. li-h. JUST received from Newark. N. J., CARRIAGES, ROCKAWAVS, BAROUCHES, BUGGIES, Extra fine Harness, Coach Trimmings, Varnish, lump. &.C. &c. of superior quality, from the celebrated ma nufactory of John Clark & Others, of Newark. Ha ving selected them myself, I know them to be the best qualities, and will sell them for less price for CASH than like aiu. les wce ever bought ni here. I have also the latest styles of patterns for Carriage work, of every description, selected the past Fall, while at the North, and am provided with every re quisite for building or repairing any kind of pleasure vehicles with promptness and elegance. 1 give a full guarantee for one year on all work of my own or from Clark's establishment, which is the best possible proof of its being good. Jan. 11,1800. 2-tf. W. H. HI LL, Manufactory nouth of the City Hall. HARRISON'S INK. A LARGE supply of this celebrated Ink, (Black, Red, Scarlet and Japan.) in Qts., Pts., 4 oz. and 2 oz. bottles on hand and for sale low, wholesale or retail, by MOORE t CARPENTER. December 29, lw 19. .02-:f JENKINS' LKATHKIt WUltKS. SHARON, MISS. Upper, Sole, Harness, Bridle, and Gin Rand Leather, $c. $'c, manufactured in the best style, and sold on satisfactory terms. SHOES and Boots, Hridles, and Wagon Gear, &c, made to order. RISSET SHOES warranted in every particular, made in styles to suit buyers, anil alwavssold cheaper than the Northern shoe, pay ments being similar. Hides taken for any of the above articles, and Planters will find it to their ad vantage to keep their hides till I call for them, as my team will visit every plantation in Madison, and the neaier parts ol the adjoining counties, al least three times a year, so that Planters can dispotc of their Hides wrhout trouble, aud receive such ar'icles of Leather Manafacture as they may want, delivered at their Plantations. This arrangement is to be a permanent one, and it is the only arrangement in so sparcely peopled a country as this that can be profit able to both Planter and Manufacturer. Neighborhoods more remote from my Work, and where this arrangement of trade will be satisfactory, will obi ge me and receive attention bv mail commu nication. JAY R JENKINS. Sharon, November 23. 1S19. 47-12m SIZER'S CARRIAGE HAUDLEKY & IUKXIW H AH I'HOUSK. (OPPOSITE SLAl'GHTEiTs, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI.) JUST rece.ved, from the bet factories in the east, a large assortment of Carriages, Barouches, Rockaways, and Buggies, with or without tops, tngetlmr with every thing connected with the busi ness. AH I ask is an examination of my stock. Persons wanting, will do well to call and examine for themselves. Second-hand Coachees, Bupgies, Barouches, &c, almost al wavs on hand , for sale low. March 22, ISoO. H. E. S1ZER. RAILHOAD JYO TICE. ryyW. Mail Train leaves every evening at 5.30 lor I Brandon, and leaves Jackson tor Vicksburg every morning at S o'clock. Train leaves Jackson daily, Vicksburg, at 1 o'clock, p. yi. fare: Jackson to Brandon, Clinton ' Bolton's The Accommodation (except Sunday,) for ..75 cents. ..50 " ..SO " .2 00 Vicksburg. OCT" Stages run from Clinton and Rolton's Depot to Raymond , Cooper's Well and Mississippi Springs. Passengers for the Artesian Spring will find the rout hy Railroad to Jackson, the cheapest and most com fortable. September 27, 1550. 39-tf CHAPIN INSTITUTE, YOU THE INSTRUCTION OF THE BLIND, HMHIS SCHOOL will be re-opened on the 1st of X October next. The buildings are suffi'-ieni lv commodious for the comfortable accommodation of thirty pupils, but in consequence ofthe limited meai.s of the Institution, the Trustees have deemed it pru dent not to admit more than sixteen charity scholars. The number of pay pupils is unrestricted tor the pre sent. The terms of board and tuition will be $ 15 per month, or $150 for a bession of ten months, payable in advance. No chanty scholars will be received tin der the age of sn, and over the age of twenty yea. Female pupils will he received, and a matron pro vided for the Institution. PHILIP LANE, Principal.. Jackson, August 30, 1850. 35-tf EAGLE HOTEL. JACKSON, MI. rpiIE subscriber, having taken this I ll .otblidliinent. flatelv occupied by Dr. Slaughter,) oilers its accommodations to the boarding anu iravelinL' community. Its elevated. a:rv, and convenient location, favor able alike to those attending the courts, or to those who have commercial business to transact in the city , has hitherto made it a place of much resort. It com bines both convenience for bus iness, and opportunity for retirement. The apartments are spacious and commodious, and the table u illconst.intly be supplied with the best the market affords. Polite and atten tive servants onlv will be employed, and nopains will be spared to render it one of the most desirable houses in the State. With these assurances, lie soli cits the patronage ol his friends and the public gen erally. Charges made to suit the times. H. J. Sll U KLEFORD. Jackson, Sept. 1, 1S4S. 3."-tf. VALUABLE MISSISSIPPI LANDS FUR fSALi:. T IIE undersigned will, in future, reside for the creator part ol each year in the city ot Jackson, and having constituted several agencies for the sale I of his lauds, he deems it proper to notiiy ail w no may i desire to purchase alluvial lands, such as he now has ! for sale, that hereafter he w ill receive all applications : in person at this place, or by written applications ad j dressed to him, which, in case of Ins temporary ab ; sence, will be f rwarded. The following is a combination of the lands w hich ' remain undisposed of, and winch he now oilers for sale, on the most accommodating and reasonable i terms, viz : ! 3,MH aorfs in the county of Washineton, 3i miles from the Mississippi ruer, in Ts. lo and 17, R. 7 w est, the g reater part of w Inch was free fi mil ui er flow from the flood of the last season. 2,MM aoi'Ofc on the head water of Deer Creek, 7 miles from a landing on the Mississippi river. 2,04M acres on Swan Lake, 6 miles from a land ng on the Mississippi river. 1,500 arrex on Steele's Bayou, principally above the flood of the last season. 2,."(M) acrfk on Sunflower, in T. IS, R. 4 and 5, and T. 19, R. 3 w'est. 2,500 acre of well selected upland in Scott county, a part of which is on the range of the railroad in progress towards the Alabama line j and Many oth er SM M.LFK tracts unnecessary lo enumerate. These lauds will be put to purchasers at prices be low any other lands of like quality in the Southern country. Terms. 5 years credit on an annual interest, or prompt payment, at the option of pujrhaHrrs. GEO. POINDEXTEJ Jackson, July C, 1S19 27-tf. A RESIDENCE I 'OK sai.i: NEAlt TIIE CITY OF JACRS0V 1 Ml E place now occupied by the subscriber near the city of Jackson, on the Clinton road, is for sale. Besides the residence and out-nouses, there is a thriving voung apple and .each orchard on tho place. Any one desiring to fngage in marketing will do well to examine the premises, rent a neat residence in the citv. Jackson, Feb. 22, ISjCI. S-lf. A. C 1 aesire to MAINE. COLEMAN'S IMPROVED PATENT PORTABLE UNDULATORY MILLS, FOR SALE BV HILZHEIM & 13 A LEY. Agents, J ACKbO.K, rrMllS Mill differs from all otl.er in sirnplicitv 1 ol cutis! i uci ion , d ii r.,ljilii v d niiiiei inN and in the.eateof being kept in good running order. It will do more execution and in a better manner with the same power than any other mill now in use, and is well adapted to Steam, Water or Horse power. Persons wihh ng to purchase, can better satisfy them selves ol the utility ot these M lis bv calling at the subscribers', and witnessing the performance of the one they have in operation. These mills can be had at from $100 to $300, according to size. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to examine them before purchasing elsewhere. HILZHEIM & DALEY, Agents. Nov. 30, 1849. 4S-ly. N'AII: A II.!!: 100 ke;s Boston Nails, from 3d to ta in pllies. at VIRDEN'S- Jackson, August 1C, lhaO. LAN DRETII'S GARDEN SEEDS. JUST received our full supplv of these celebrated Seeds, new crop, direct from Philadelphia. Also a supply of South Union, Kv., Seeds. Oct. 5, ls.l!).-40-tf MOORE & CARPENTER. Si ci ti: t i i;i:i ii;n:i ec u ed , at Ill ;i :i '. Just re- IRDEN'S. J.ickson, August 21!, IS.'iO. " J5 0 TAMl'O .ME UlCAli CO LLEGE, .VIEMI'IMS, TtN'S, The fifth course of medical lectures in this Institu tion will commence on the first Monday in Novem ber next, and end on the last Friday in February suc ceeding. FACULTY. G. W. Morrow, M. I)., Profe sor of Anatomy S 12 12 James Weaver, M. V., rrolesnor ol Surgery, S. R. Jones, M. L., Professor ol'Physiologv and Pathology, M. GabbortjM. I)., Prof s..or of Tiieory and Prac tice of Medicine, K. P. Watson,M . I)., Professor of Materia Med lea and Therapeutics, J. J Riddle, M. IJ., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Wm. li ver, A. M., Professor of C hemistry, G. W. Morrow, M. IJ. Ieiiiontratur ol Anat omy, Matnculation Ticket, 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 li Total, iJIOu Graduation fee twenty five dollars. A course of Lectures on Medical Jurisprudence will be delivered gratis during the session. In making the announcement for the approaching session ol the Botamco Medical College, it is due the friends of reform and the public generally, to lay be fore them its piesent condition. The Institution has up the present been crowned w ith unparalleled success, compared with similar in stitutions in this country. True it has hid to con tend with those diiricult.es peculiar to, and winch are constant attendants upon the eslahlismcnl of new in stitutions, and especially upon such as embrace new doctrines. In addition to the facilities for instruction heiclo fore afforded, much is being done by the enterprising trustees and mdi idu ils to render the Institution, it possible, still more worthy of pu'.l.c coi.tidcnte. The College buddings formerly occupied, having been found too inconvenient for the advanced condi tion of the Institution, arrangements have been made for the building of a more fpncious edifice, which in addition to the necessary lecture rooms, will em brace a library, a museum and a herbarium. The ar rangements now in contemplation are deemed aa com plete as in the oldest institutions in the country, and no pains will be spired, either bv the trustees or fa culty, to render the Situation ol students not only ad antageous, but pleasant. In coseqnence of the numeroiiF, applications which have been made to extend indulgence to young men ofcnterprise and merit, a a late meeting ol the faculfv, it was unanimously agreed, thata note for ninety five j dollars, with two good endorsers, payable twelve months after dale, should be received in Leu id cash, j for the tickets ofthe several professors for one course oflectures, w hen students arc not prepared to advance i the cash. i Those wishing further information in reference to i the Institution, will please addiess the Dean, post paid. K. P. WATSON, M. IJ., : July 19, 1S50 bean of the Faculty. jST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE, j IIABIWTOWX, KEM'I'KV. j rPHIS Institution is situated in liardstow n. The I site is beautiful and health t; the buildings stately j and very extensive. The 1'l.ij gionndu are spacious and handsomely set with trees. The Professors are ' from twelve to fifteen in number, and arc exclusively devoted to the instruction of thoiie entrusted to their care. Terms for Hoarder: Board, Washing and Tuition in all or any of ' the branches taught, per session of 10J ! months $130 00 Sir Extra charges, at the option of the parents, 1 For the use of instruments in Natural Philosophy or Chemistry,.; $10 00 2 F'-r the class ot Mineralogy ar)d Geology , 5 00 3 For Music or Lancing per quarter, each, 10 00 4 For painting or Drawing per qr., each,.. 5 00 5 For P.oarding in the College during the vacation, per week 2 00 6 For use of bed and bedding per annum, 8 00 For further particulirs apply by letter to th President. 1 September 8, 1550. 36-6m" mm n i 1 1 I I I 1 - i COTTON FACTC TIIOMASllENDERSON & FEALE, 1 117 Common Mrict, NEW ()!U.f:.l.V THOMAS I1ENDEKS0N & CO., Aug. 9, '50. 3C-b'm XATCHEZ L. C. .MOORE, riWDVCE, GROCERY ' C0MMI.SSu. MERCII.1ST, V 1 Q X 3 3 V 1 ?v , WILL make the usual advances in c.nli ml : pliea to the customers of PA t N E i II A RIUCN New Orleans. stju. u, i-.-o. J)R. AV3L IIARDWICK, HAS returned to Clinton, Hinds county, and 1 permanently located. He nVr his wrvicei the trc.tineiit of a certain disease in all its viru forms and tvpes : Ins remedies are purely nwiji,,, and a cure guarantied, or no charge, if the tion is not ruined, and the patient tollos din-tin.:.. ... A I SO . . . C hronic diseases of every kind, Drr py. Pro) ip. Uteri, Vcrolula, eve. S.itisl'aclurv certificates t cd upon application. July 0, ISOO. lv j J ,,KAZ KV HAVING located at Cooper's Weils, resp- : fully ten.ieis Ins PioleFsinu.il Services tu sons vis.Iiug tin in, snd also to those rending la ;r yicinitv, w-hw iii.iv lav, ir him with a call. July t, 1 S.r(. 27 (Jin D. U . I. II M M AN, Siu'cicon Ocntist. J.ICA'SO.V. MSSISSII'' C7" Office in SrcNGiER's Row, tw o doori btli the Post (Hlice. Capitol Street. December 21 , 1M9. I) A V Sj O N A; U II A I' M A N , A I'M lit M: S Al I.AU, "VTT1I.L attend the Court of the -Jtii Judicial I , inn, ice-t n.uicery . ourts ai i'i isHKbipj i i. and Paulding, and the High four! of Eriots & A peals at Jackson. Address, the firm at Quitman, Clark county, A. li. Iiawson, at Enterprise . March 1, INK'. !-lv. NEW OKI.i: .- "1 Go. Jc J n 1 1 in .in i llhiii.Jiii. I. Guion, J.,. ks rirrM r. f I.en. P Henrv, J Hon .Wiley I'. H orn, Mont;, , ,i, VT As CoimniKsioiier tor the Stair ol M S1 by appoiiilmeiit, he mil take deposition, .Tmi i: to all such businesi as belong to that olin i . November 23, ivlll. 47-tf (.i:ok(;i: l. poj vim, attok.m:v a; ( or.i:i,i.on at i AND SoLK'I FOR IN (11 ANl'ER Y, April 27, 1S1II. 17-if .Iaikso: -j'iil ilc y,., lh.it c.n f J. I'., cV A. M., cv t;. J. I'Ol 'J r, .ITTOIIMA AT I. A , SOLICITORS IN CIIANTKRV, Jai L-t.n, .Ml. TILL practice in ail the courts hidden in nm. i T 1 and in the Circuit Courts of Madif.nn i,- ,i ,. kin countieH, and the Circuit and probate I ? Hinrls countv. fc" J. F. it G. P. Fi.'i Tr will attend the -,.. Ii strict Chancery t'curt at Monticei lo , and the i (I Courts ot La w rence, L'ovington and S nnpxon cn'ii,; Oliice in Spewigler's Row, Cap.tol blrer'.u, doors nelow the rout ofhre. Jackson, June 22, 26 ti' 3I00UE & CAI.PEMEK, DrugcjiGts, Donk-Sellers AND DEA LKRS IN DYE-STULT. Vatntu, (Diln, Juttn, xVc. vVc, Sl.-ilc Mrcct, .Iackoii. , ISoO. March 2 jno. i. crioM. a. r. miM " til' ION & BAI.NE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT I..W SOLICITORS IN CIIANCLKY. T ) RA( I'll E in the lliyh Court ot Em on a mi X. peals, the Superior Court of Ch.iiirerv , am. if I-HTties eial Court, at Jackson, and the Circu.t Couit ol 1 Warren, Washington and Madison. - Oliice No. 3, over Ellis St McAllister, '. of State and Pearl streets. Jacknon, Nov. 12, IS 17. IG-tf. J. M. MOORE, Hlf HMI)D, MlllMANA, 7" I I.I. practice in liie Courts held In thr Ti of Ti na, Madison, and Carroll. April II, IMS. l'j 12m. JNO. M. CHILTON. r. W. ToWFk: CHI L T (J N c: T O M V K I N S , ATTOKNCY AT LAW, VICKstt h(., MISS. A I LI. practn-e ill ad the Courl, m J.ickson .jr. II the Circuit Couits of tin iiukd J i i i . , a I ' tnrt. Mr. Tompkins will hereafter regularlv at" the terms of the Hinds Circuit Court. May ti, vli;.j. l7)i. dl;. ( n, " 1 IB 2; BE AX!?. 22 COMMON STREET, m:u oisi.i;an, li October 29, IS 19. n.fi.r J3HN watts, wm. it. m.ai r.in watts rv slai;oiiti:r, A 'S' 1 1) 'I', IT X 7 2 JL'S ZL"j7t I'll il.a i7i inn a , Nr.MiobA Covntv, Misitrri January l.'j, ImjO. at il.ilv- E. W. V. SLOAN, ATrollMll AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Jack-am, li-is-ippi. Office No. 7, over Ellis t McAllister' Stors, k street. Jackson, March 22, lS.ri0. MAYES, CLIKTON MAYES, attok r i, w . ( Of net im hont or Ex: i nvt Ma!skm.; Jackson , Mississippi. January V,, 1 s .r.. 3- tl'. L. V. DIXON. ATTOIIMIV At LAW. 1 1 and faithful atlent-ou. Feb. 16, IS 19. 7-12m. Address J o-knon, Misi-i.f.i ! I). V. ADAMS, j ATTOK X i: V A T I. A W . ' AND 1 SOLICITOR IN I'll ANl EKV, Jacknun, Mts.,i:iippi, T I LL atterid to all business intr tinted to lui h II 111 the several Superior Court held ritJiii" nd the Circuit Courts of Hinds, Madison, aial t- r counties. BtT Oir.ee No. 2, over Ellin i McAllister'. S ' State street. Jackson, June 21, 1"' JACkMIN HOOK IJIM)i:itV AM llM HOOK M M'I'ACTOK V. LANK Hooks for Courts. pu' I 1 &c, made to order, 10 and most durable style. Assessment Books, for personal and landed r perty, printed with heads, made as rpqutred hy ' Music books, and printed book bound, in at.y '. desired, and the work guaranteed Or Orders forwarded to the underoig nrd , a: eitv of Jackson, will be promptly attended to, " oio'dertte charges. L. J( LIENNf- Jsekson, Mi ", Sept. 25, I n tO. X' i The I .,.! SO md'tl -: i IV in, th.ll w . Uin.'i ,: f pou'-r ,:Ol' 1 ami i I ihc In : i . . n s.'i u Utiii't .ii the Jlirivo t to ilcv Hi' . I amis HtS ill ll.lllt 11 tinn f .Vlil mi it i-i, :: tr.nv !n ( SPilllS J li r ivi' f: r..ii rail iije the Sta I ierti i Mir ii!l I M-ir in til'isei i j tirctil.it ( r'iniy. Vf fe.lv ill 1.1.19, t. Hie. pen; r JltUlli I ( r;'.llii ral ('u iinual s flhlo " ri! to li dial tl.e; t i nlit.ii t ( iitiiiii.i C-'easion I .' actior tl j r 1 1 1 i t HI of I 6 it li'iim s.i,-1 it n It- every Si.it. , .ii is-i.-i. m i. id, :n li' ilrri-hi fllFiciciil. I I'.i-ni o i ". State tfii-irdov (liill w e i A' li I 1 11 i . V ,, ., .1 pro, ,. n i ; v v milieu n-'t . 1, S -tun i.r.L.v S "In "In '.'.in. 5 IVr v '"--.law The (,i w 11 lo I '-' the a '"r day. : FAS - ol E''l"irtatlo J-'it or 1 ' rfuiru-ry ' ! "r-1 1 r.ri 1 '"l-il.er f!r'In., 'n, j ' ';i, A' I hav ' km. I V'""- r'" 'I""''' f "' W'H o ( '"llniil, from Nov. I i 1