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VOlTxxT- ~~~~ MQlilLK, AI.AKAMA, WKILNKSDAV KVKNIN(;, SKPTKM&At H, IHII. M) BV JOHN/OHSVTII, Jr. jT E RMS. Subscription, ten dollars for the daily | *P**r, payable in advance, aud live dollars for the couutry pnpcr, payable yearly in advance by cash or city reference. Person* wishing to discontinue, must give one week'a notice ill writing. Advcmtihi.no.—Adverii.sements continued without in terruption, will be charged at tile rale of one dollar per square for theiirsi iu->ertioii, and fifty cents for each sub sequent one. Demi-weekly and tri-weekly ones will be charged the name as first insertions. Twelve lines make a square. If tut advertisement makes less than a square, it shall cost as much as a lull one. Advertisements not limited on the manuscript, as to the number of insertions, will be continued lor two uoiiths and so charged, unless previously directed lo be takeu out of the paper by a written ol der. Advertisements not bearing upon their Inces the names of the persons by whom iliey are sent, must be endorsed 'Vhetermsfor annual advertisers will be $40 for one square, and #45 for each additional square, Willi the priv lege of changing once a week, due in advance. The privilege of annual advertisers is limilcd lo their owu immediate business ■, and all advertisements lor the beueltl of other persons, as well as all legal advertise ments, and advertisements of auction sales,sent by them, must be paid for at the usual rales. All advertisements required by law, will be charged at the tall rates. Annual advertisers who exceed the space for which they contract, will be charged at the usual rates. Arrangements will lie made wilh those who occupy nail a column or more continuously for a >ear, according to the nature of the business, ami the frequency ol the change of matter. Advertisements of application for the benefit ol the Insolvent Laws, will not be published in any case, unless paid for previous to insertion, or payment be guaranteed by a responsible person ill town. All announcements of candidates lor Office, will be char ged live dollars for daily insertions during the canvass, payable in all cases in advance. Military and Fire CompaMtes, and other similar Associa (tons, will be charged full rates by the Insertion, or forty dollars per annum if they do not exceed one square each week. >i n i All personal communications, when admissible, will he charged double, and in ail cases payment iniisi be made hi odvance. _ CHANCERY SALKS. In Chancery—Stale of Alabama—Mobile County. Register*!! Office—At Rules. John K. Collins, complain1!. fJIMIS DA\ came 788 vs. IL the complainant James II. Dakin, ami Caro- by bis Solicitors,and line Dakin, defendants. applies for an order of publication to tile defendants,—and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Register from an affidavit now tiled, that the defendants James It. Dakin and Caro line Dakin reside out of the limits ol the Slate ol Alabama, to wit: in New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana. They are ordered to appear at the next term of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of the State ol Ahbn ma, at Middle, to be held oil the second Monday of November next, and answer or demur to the bill ol complaint, which said bill was filed for the foreclo sure of a mortgage made by Charles B. Dakin and James II. Dakin, to John K. Collins, and louring date the 6th day of October, A. I). 1836. It is fur ther ordered, llinl this order be published once a week for four weeks in some newspaper printed and published in the city of Mobile—that a copy of the same be posted on the door of the court house ol Mo bile county, and that a copy be forwarded to each of the said defendants by mail, at their aforesaid place of residence, all within fifteen days from this date. Witness, Malcolm J. McRae, Register of the Court of Chancery aforesaid, this twenty-first day o June, A. D. 1841. june 23 10fK M. J. McRAE, Register. Iii Chancery—State of AlaiKtina—Mobile County. William Bishop, Register Office—at Rules. 7.87] vs. I T appearing to the satisfac Asher M. Natnan i-tion of the Register, from the and Moses Harris, affidavit of a witness, that the defendant, Asher M. Nathan, resides out of the limits of the State of Alabama, and in the city of New Or leans and State of Louisiana; he is ordered to be made a defendant to this suit by publication of this ( order once a week for four weeks in some newspa- . per printed and published in the city of Mobile; he j is ordered to ap|ieur on or before the first day of the j next term of the court of chancery for the first district , of the southern chancery division of said Slate, to he | held at Middle on the second Monday of Noveinlier j next, and answer or demur to the hill of complaint i filed in this cause; It is further ordered, that this or der lie published as aforesaid, thataeopy of the same lie posted on the door of the court house ol Mobile county, and that a copy lie forwarded by mail to the said defendant, A slier M. Nathan, at his aforesaid place of residence, all within fifteen days from this date. Tile object of the bill in this case is|to obtain a decree of foreclosure on a ter la in deed of mortgage made by Asher M. Nathan to William Bishop nud nearing date the 1st day of February* A. I). 1837. Witness, Malcoiu J. McRae, Register of the said court of chancery at Mobile, this 3d day of Au gust, a . u. 1841. M. J. McRAE, aug4 28|m Register. In Chancery—Stale of Alabama—Mobile County. Jonathan Hunt, complt. | Register's Ojfice 635 vs | At Rules. • Mary Anne Smith,et ul defts. I THE bill in this case was filed for the foreclosure of a mortgage made by one George Smith to said Jonathan Hunt, and bearing d:Ke flic 15th day of June, A. I). 1836 And now the complainant Comes by his solicitor and applies for an order of publication to the defendant Mary Elizabeth Smith: And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Register, from the answer of Mary A one Smith <>u tile iut lie cause, that the suit! delt. Mary E. Smith resides out of the limits of the State of Alabama, la wi‘* at Norwalk, in the State of Con necticut, the said defendant Mary Elizabeth Suiili is ordered to appear at the next*feim ol the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of the State of Alabama, to l»e held at Mobile on the second Monday of Novemtier next, and answer or demur to the bill ot'complaiiit in this cause. — It is further ordered* that this order lie published once a week for four weeks in some newspaper printed and published in|llie City of Mobile, that a copy of the same lie posted on the door of the court house of Mo bile county, and that a copy be forwarded by mail to the said JVlary E. Smith at her aforesaid place of re idence : All within fifteen days from this date. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said court of chancery* at Rules, this twenty sixth day of July, A. I). 1841. Attest, M. J. McRAE, july28 25fF. Register. Chancery—State ol' Alabama—Mobile Count). Register Office—At Rules. Charles T. Pollard, complainant, vs. Benjamin Stanton, Charles Lalmzan, "Hindman Barney, defendant. AFFIDAVIT having been made that Benjamin Stanton, Jr., resides beyond the limits ol this State in or near Columbus Mississippi, it is ordered that lie be made a defendant to this bill by publica tion once a week for four weeks in tbe Mobile Com mercial Register and Patriot—and that a copy of the order be sent to said Stanton within ten days from tbe date hereof—and that a copy lie posted on the door of the court house within the same time. Tile object of this bill is to procure Iroiu Hindman Burg uey a conveyance of a parcel of pnqierty situate in tbe city of Mobile on the west side of Royal street and north of St. Michael and between that street and St. Louis, the title to which stands in the name of said Barney, and which was paid for by funds held by said Stuulou claimed bp said Pollard. The said Stanton in required to apiiear at tile next term of tile court of chancery at Mobile, to lie held on the se cond Monday of November next. Witness Malcolm J. McRae Register of tbe court of chancery for the first district of the southern chan cery division of said Stale at Mobile. At Rules, this twenty-sixth day of July, A. I). 1841. Attest, M. J.'McRAF., Register. july28 23fK In Chancery—State of Alabama—Mobile County. Registers’ Office—At Rules. Latham Hull and Benjamin Leavens, complainants. 669 vs. The Bank of Mobile, the Planters* and Merchants’ Bank of Mobile, Win. R. Hallett, el al, (lefts. IT appearing from the affidavit of Ambrose S. Par ker, a'credible witness, that Solomon Andrews a defendant in this cause, resides out of the limits of this State and in the city ol New York, it is ordered that he be made a defendant to this bill by publica tion in the Commercial Register and Patriot, a paper published in the city of Middle, once a week for four weeks—that a copy of the order lie sent within ten days to said Andrews at New York, and that a copy be posted on the door of the court house in ten days from this date. The object of this bill is to obtain relief against certain promissory notes given by said Hull to Joshua B. Leavens and by him endorsed to Solomon Andrews in payment for certain property in the city of Mobile, which property was previously en cumbered by said Andrews to Win. R. Hallett, and which encuinlierance is a breach of one ol the cove nants in the deed of said Andrews to said Leavens, and was fraudulently concealed. The said Andrews is required to appear at the next term of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chance ry division of said State at Moliile to lie held on the second Monday of Novemlier next and answer or de mur to the hill of complaint filed in the cause.. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of the said caurt of chancery at Rules this twenty-sixth day of July, A. D. 1841. Attest, july28 86fK M. J. McRAE, Register. L~ ~ INSEF.D OIL, fcc.-^Tbbls Linseed Oil; 100 bxs Window Glass; 150 kegs White Lead. Alsu, Spirit* Turpentine, Litharge, Putty, Gold Leaf, Paint Brushes, Copal and Japan Varnish, ju*t received and for sale by MOSELY & CO. oiay24 266tf cor. Dauphin & Royal sts. Iii Chancery—Slate ol Alabama—Mobile County. John Ticknor and William | Registers Office— Jones, Jr. cninplts. I At Rules. 783 vs. j Tllfcl hill in this Biirliu Brou n, Charles Ctil- I cause was tiled for the him, Charles Gascoigne, et. | foreclosuie of a more I gag* oade by Hiirlm Brown and Thomas J. Cawley to George J . S. Wal ker, and bearing date tIk* fomih day of Feluuary, A. I». 1836— And now the complainants come by their solicitors and apply for an order of publication to the dclts. Hurlin Brown, ami the inemliers of the linn ol Smith and Conklin-—And it appearing to the satisfac limiol the Register from the afiidnwt ol u witness, that the defendants Bin tin Brown and Smith and Conklin, result out of the limits of the stale of Ala bama, to wit: in the city and state of New York, they are ordered to ap|>ear at the next term of the court of chancery for the first district of the Southern chancery division of said state, to be liolJcn at .Mobile on the second Monday of November next,R»d answer or demur to the hill of complaint in this cause. And it is further ordered that this order be published once a week for four weeks in some news paper printed and published in the city of Mobile, that a copy of the same be posted on the dooi of the court house of Mobile county, and that copies be for warded by mail to the said Bmlin Broun and Smith and Conklin at their aforesaid place of residence, all within fifteen days from this dale. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of the said court of chancery, at Rules, this twenty sixth day of July, A. I). 1841. Attest, M.J. McRAR, july28 25fr. Register. In Chancery—Slate ol Alabama—Mobile County. Register's Office—At Rules. Charles W. Gazzain, complainant, vs. Budd II. Fry, William T. Fry, and Audlev 11. Gaz zain, defendants. TITHE BILL in rhis case was fifed by the eoniplain I- tint on the 28th day of April, A. 1). 1841, and is for the foreclosure of a mortgage made and execu ted by one William W. Fry, (since deceased) lo Audley II. Gazzam, and liearifig date the 19th day of August, 1836—and the complainant now coining by his solicitors, and applying for an order of publica tion against the defendant Wm. T. Fry—and it ap pearing to the satisfaction of the Register, that the said defendant William T. Fry, is an infant under the age of 14 years, that he resides out of the State of Alabama, and is living with his mother Martha Fry (who has the maintenance and charge of him,) at Bath Court House in the county of Bath and State of Virginia; the 9uid infant William T. Fry, is or dered to lie made a party defendant to the said suit by publication of this order once a week for four weeks in some newspaper printed ami published in the city of Mobile. , It is further ordered, that tli.s order he published as aforesaid within fifteen days from this date; that a copy lie posted on the door of the Court House of Mobile county within the same lime, and also that a copy of this order be forwarded by mail to Martha Fry, at her aforesaid place of res idence within fifteen days—and the said defendant is ordered to appear at the next term of the Court of Chancery, to l*» held at Mobile on the second Mon thly of Noveinlier next. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said Court of Chancery for the first district of the Southern chancery division of said State at Mobile this twelfth day of July, A. I). 1841. julyJ2 18 k f M.J. McRAft, RegV John G. Aikin, complainant. 90 vs. William Fiske, et al. defendants. IIV this case a supplemental bill was by leave of court, filed on the 13th day of May, 1841, setting forth that the complainant filed his original bill of complaint on tint 31st day of March, 1837, and bis amended bill on the 27th day of April, 1839 in this cause and that such proceedings were had thereupon, that at the Spring Term, a u 1840, of the said court, of chancel y at Mobile, a decree was rendered bli the sale of certain premises descrilied in.in Indenture of mortgage made by William Fiske to John (5. Aikin, and bearing date the 10th day of March, 1836 —and further that «>u the first Monday in April, 1841, the premises aforesaid were sold by the inustei under the said decree. A ml the complainant in his said sup plemental bill, prays that Martha Dunning, Edward Dunning, Henry Dunning, Charles C. Dunning, Francis W. Dunning and William II. Dunning may lie required to apjiear ami show cause if any they can, why tlie said decree and sale should not be confirm ed—and at the Spring Term a i> 1841 of the court of chancery at Mobile, the following order was made. lit this cause leave is given to the complainant, who is the purchaser of the premises set forth in the mortgage under the order of this court, to file a sup plemental bill against Martha Dunning,Edward Dun ning Jr. Henry Dunning, Charles C. Dunning, Fran cis \V. Dunning and William H. Dunning, and the bill having lieen submitted ami an affidavit that they are not residents of this state, and that the plaint ill does not know where they reside—It is ordered that publication lie made in the Mobile Commercial Re gister and Patriot,a paper printed and published in the oily of Mobile, once a week for six weeks, for live said defendants to apjiear at the next term of this court, to answei the bill of the complainant, and that the order lie posted on the door of the court house of Mobile county, and |iublislied in the |>a|ier aforesaid within forty days from the date of this order. Witness, Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said court this twenty-first day of June, a it 1841. pun-21 9cf M. J. McRAK, Register. In Chancery—state of Aialmmu—Mobile County. Matthew Anderson and Sanmel M. Todd,complts. 740 vs. Malachi Dultose and Gaius Kihbe, (lefts. rilliH RILL in this case was filed for the fore m. closure of a mortgage made by Malachi Dubose and Gains Kiblie to Mathew Anderson, bearing date the 2d day of February A I) 1836, ami at the spring term a n 1841 of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of said State at Mobile, the following order was made in the cause: affidavit having been made that the defen’la Malachi Dulmse and Gaius Kibbe reside nut of the Slate of Alaliama, they are ordered to a|ipear on or before the first day of the next term of this court, ami answer or demur to the allegations of the com piniinints’ bill. It is further ordered, that this order lie published once a week for six weeks in some newspaper jo inted and published in the city of Mo bile, ami that a copy of the same be posted on the door of the courthouse of Mobile county, within for ty days from this date. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said court at Mobile, this twenty first day of June. A D, 1841. Attest, jiine21 9cf M. J. McRAE, Register. lii unaiirery—»tau* oi /Manama—atomic bounty. Planters & Merchants Bunk,complin, i Spring Term. 540 vs. > a D 1841. James F. Roberts, el al. deft. J rjlHI.S is a bill filed for the foreclosure of a mort X gage made by J F. Roberts to James Magee, Calvin Norris anil '1'. W. McCoy, l»eaiiug dale the 26th day of May, a d 1835—and at the spring term a i> 1841, of the (\iurt of Chancery for the first dis trict of the southern chancery division of said State at Mobile, the following order was made; — It ap pearing to the satisfaction of the court, that the de fendants John Byrnes, Jr. J. W. Leavitt,R. Leavitt, W. Finn, James Du nolion, Elias Morris, James Cronely, George V.GewInskey, Daniel Finn, Alex aneer Ezbiti, Robert D. Post, Jeremiah McCarty, John Bcasly, George S. Pratt and Joseph W. Tay lor, reside out of the limits of the State of Alabama, they are ordered lo appear oil or before the first day of the next term of this court and answer or demur to the complainants' bill or the allegations thereof will lie taken as confessed against them. It is fur ther ordered that this order be published once a week for six weeks in some newspn|>er printed in the city of Mobile, and that a ropy of the same be posted on the door of the court house of Mobile county, within forlv days from this dale. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said court this twenty first day of June, a d 1841. junp21 9cf Attest, M. J. McRAE, Reg’r. (u Chancery—State of Alabama—Mobile Cmmty. Spring Term, A. D. 1841. Cowperthwaite, Dunlap & Cope, compll’s, 763 vs. Abner S. Lipscomb & wife, Calvin Norris, et al,dft’s. flllllS is a Bill filed by the said complainants for X the foreclosure ol a certain indenture of mortgage made by Abner S. Lipscomb and Eliza G. his wife to tlie complainants,(tearing date the 1st day of Mari h, A. D., 1839, and at the Spring Term, A. D., 1841 of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of said State at Mobile, the following order was made in the cause : It appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the affidavit of a witness in open court that the defendant Abner S. Lipscomb resides w ithout the limits of the Slate of Alah;niia, he is ortlered to appear on or be fore the first day of the next term ef this court and plead answer or demur to the bill of complaint in this case, or the same will Ire taken as confessed by him: it is further ordered, that this order lie publish ed once a week for six weeks in a newspaper printed and published in the city of Mobile, and that a copy of the same be posted on the door of tlie court house of Mobile county within forty days from this date. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of said court this twenty-first day of June, A. D., 1841. Attest, M. J. McRAE, Register. jmii-21 9fc LAG LIRA COFFEE.—90lrags su|ierior Laguira Coffee landing ex Schr. Pequnt and for sale by june4 OGDEN RROTHERtf, 12 Water st. TO COACH MAKERS.-—A small invoice superi- J or Top Leather just received on consignment and for sale by. D. C. LOWBER, april 6 No 59 Commerce sb Iii I hancery—Slate of Alabama—Mobile County. Sprint; Term, A. It., 1841. William F. Cleveland, complainant, 771 vs. Ilich’d K. Wilkins & die Hi unrli Hank at Mobile,dft’s. flllllS is a Hill tiled for die fore Insure <U a morl 1 gage made by Richard K. Wilkins to \\ illiain F. Clcv eland, (tearing date the eleventh day of February, A. 1)., 1835, and at the Spring Term, A. IT, 1841, of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of said State at Mobile, the follow mg order was made in the cause: It appear ing to the satisfaction of tile court, that the deft. It R. Wilkins resides out of the limits of the State of AlaUuna, lie is ordered to appear at the next term of this court on the first day thereof, and answer or demur to the hill of complaint in this cause, or the allegations of tile same will he taken a.- confessed by him : it is further ordered that this order lie published once a week for six weeks in some newspa|ier print ed aud published in the city of Mobile, and tliat a copy of the same lm posted on the door of the court house of Mobile county within forty days from this dale. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of the said court of ehaucei v, tins twenty-first day of June, A. IT, 1841. Attest, juue21 9fc. M. J. McRAF, Register. In Chancery—.Stale of Alabama—Mobile County. Remitter's OJfice—At Rules. Planters’ & Merchants’ Hank of Mobile, et a/,couipll’ 540 vs. James F. Rolierts and John Byrnes, Jr. et a/,def’ts. AFFIDAVIT being made and filed that the de fendant Charles II. Earle, resides out of the limits of the Stale of Alabama, to wit: in the State .if New York, the said defendant Earle is ordered to appear at the next term of the court of chancery for the first district of the southern chancery division of the Slate of Alabama at M.diile, to lie held oil the se oon.l Monday of Novemlwr -next, and then aud there auMver or demur to the bill wf complaint in this cause or the same will be taken as confessed against him: and the said hill of complaint was filed for the fore closure of a certain indenture of mortgage made by James F. Roberts to James Magee, Calvin Norris and Thomas W. McCov and bearing date tlu* 26th day of May, A. D. 1335. It is further ordered, that this order of publication he published once a week for six weeks in some newspaper printed ami published ill the city of Mo bile, that a copy of the same be posted on the door of the Court House of Mobile county, and that a copy lie forwarded by mail to the defendant Charles II. Earle at the city of New Y'ork, all within fifteen day s from this date. Witness Malcolm J. McRae, Register of the court of chancery aforesaid, this twenty-first day of June, A. IT, 1811. Attest, juno23 lUfc M. J. McRAE, Register. W~HTT E~SULI’IUJR WATER.—Water fresh from the White Sulphur Springs, Va. To those persons acquainted with the character of these Springs, eulogy is unnecessary. But to those who are not, it will lie sufficient to inform them that in all diseases of the Bowels, Liver, Kidney*or Skill, I the Water will be found a most eligible remedy, he I iug not only an active and efficient medicine. Inn a pleasant, and to some a delightful beverage. Per haps at no season is its use mote imperatively indi cated than the coming season and the summer mouths, when those who are uuaccliuiated are exposed to a deadly disease, and to the old residents subject to Hepatic obstructions. For sale by the dozen or sin gle bottle or gallon hy RICHARD NORTH, Druggist & Chemist. mav27 269if 35 Ooverment & 45 Com sis. FLAGGING AND ROPE.-A firm rate lot of 13 Kentucky Bagging ami Rope, landing from sclirs ! Creole and Angeline, for sale bv E. L. ANDREWS & CO. inay31 corner Com amt Dauphin-sts Cl REA P BARGAINS IN l)RYr (l(KM)S~— W I) AM ELS 4- BRADY, 83 Dauphin-st., (im mediately opposite (lie public square) have just re ceived per ship Rieii/.i ami other late arrivals, a large and handsome assortment of DRY GOODS suita ble for the summer season,which they are prepared to sell at a considerable reduction from former prices. Families about leaving the city will study economy by calling and making their necessary purchases at the above Store. Country merchants and planters an* invited to call ami examine the Goods before making their purchases. Amongst their present stock will be found the follow ing—tlie prices H|>eak for themselves— 3 cases Amer. Prints, heavy cloths at 9&10c pr yd 4 “ “ “ line do uud desirable patterns at 12c. per yard 1 case Amer. mourning Prints at 15c. 2 “ “ dark Chintz, 14c. 3 “ Furniture Chintzes, 16c 2 “ French Cambric, yard wide, 24c 2 “ English Chintz Prints, elegant styles, 25c 2 “ printed Lawns, yard wide, 25c 1 “ rich printed French Jaconets, 38c 1 “ superb Satin, stripe Swiss, only 75c. usua price in Mobile $1 25 per yard 1 “ Scotch Ginghams, fast colors 1 “ Irish Linens, very fine make aud cheap 2 “ Summer Hosiery, from 12$c per pair g, l “ plain ami plaid Jaconet 4* Cambric Muslins 1 “ Swiss, Book aud Mull Muslins 2 “ brown linen Table (Moths, $1 25 pr pail 20 cartons Linen Cam. Hdkl's, hemstitched & plain Cambric and Furnititle Dimity Fine Gauze; Welsh ami Silk Flannel Rich black Silk for Dresses at 751* pr yd Moiiselin Edgings ami luseiiings Thread, Edging and Insert iligs A variety of elegant pattern Drapery Muslins, 6-4 wide at 60c. per yard 20 dozen Victoria Skirts, at Jff'l 25 each While and coPd Corsets, latest French patterns 6 cases bleached Domestics at 10c 7 bales hrowu do at 7c Apron and Furniture Checks Russia, Birds Eye and Huckaback Towelling Also, A great variety of small Wares, the w ind* of which will I** sold very cheap for Cash only, may22 265if NEW BOOKS—Just received by Douhlkdav & Sears, 50 Dauphin street— 'Pile History of a Flirt related by herself, in 2 vols. Colin Clink, containing live contentions, dissen lions, loves, hatreds, and jealousies, incident to Ins chequered life. Complete in 2 vols. The Ninth Bridgewater Treatise, a fragment by Charles Habbule, Esq. Roliertsoii on the Teeth, W'ith plates. The Tragedy of the Seas; or Sorrow on the Ocean, Lake, and River, from Shipwreck, Blague, Fire aud Famine, by Charles Ellius. illustrated with numer ous engravings. For sale by je7 DOU BLED AY & SEARS. JAY’S BAGGING.—150 pcs will lie sold low to close a consignment myU _ D. WHEELER. mi r<n nwno—ivnrm-u liiidiiiij uy i/ououc< 11 DAY AND SEARS. Biography and Poetical Remains of Miss Marga ret Davidson, by Washington Irving in one handsome volume. 'I’lie Life of Petrarch by 'I'liomas Campbell Esq. author of “Pleasures of Hope" &c. The Works of Lord Holingbroke, with a life pre pared expressly for this edition, containing addition al information relative to his iiersonal and public char acter, selected from the lies! authorities in 5 volumes octavo, with a portrait. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquests; with anecdotes of their courts, now first published from official recurds and other authentic (locmneiiis,private as well as public, by AgnesSlrick land. Fmaily Secrets of hints to those who would make home happy, by Mrs. Ellis, late Miss Slickuey. The Queen of Flowers or memoirs of the Rose with colored plates. A beautiful little volume suitable for presents. Guy Fawkes, an Historical Romance by W. Har rison Ainsworth. No 6 Burnaby Rudge. HERWOOIPS ELECTRO MAGNET1C KE m r iii t s for Chronic diseases. These invaluable remedies are founded on true pathological principles, readily demonstrable ; and that their affinity of ac tion lias a direct and al>solute tendency to eradicate chronic morbific influence from the system, it is well and thoroughly established. If reliance can lie placed on human testimony, they are of all remedies the most valuable, safe, sure and salutary remedy, parti cularly for the |>eruiunent cure of Dyspepsia, Chro nic Disease of the Heart, Liver, Spleen, Kidney*, (Jterus and Spine; together with white swellings, Scald Head, king'B Evil, or any of the forms of Scrofula; even Tubercular Consuinotum, under their * peri tic influence, has lost most of its horrors, ex cept in cases neglected till the last stage. Fo sale in Mobile by MOSELY & CO, junelti Druggists. (CEMENT AFLOAT.—250 casks first quality J Hydraulic Cement lauding from brig Linden, a ill lie sold low if taken from the vessel. BENJ. M. BOURN, jiuieSO 1)4 Commerce si Filet shaws, french cambrics, &c. HENR Y 4* STODDARTimve received a fine issortinent of Filet Shawls; French Cambrics; Printed Book Muslins, new style; Victoria Slips, Sic. which they offer at wholesale or retail cheap for •ash. may I 248tf CHAMPAGNE CIDER.—A few rases of supe rior quality, for sale by —y!7JNO. C. RYAN,.36 Water-st. FRESH HOPS.—One bale just received, for wile by MOSELY & CO., roaylS Druggists. UtHtKK I'SON & 1 41., have on hand and will sell low lo duM consignments, the foollwmg iiiiIm— * 4 pipe* Hour Glass Ciin 541 Mil.- Felton’s Ruin; 25 Wills Am. Brandy 25 bids French Brandy ; 25 do imitation do do 25 <p rusk* Sweet Malaga Wine 29 baskets i'hiUUpnipie i 100 coils Hope 14Mi boxes Candles, goisl umcle till kegs Milk, Soda and Sugar (Tracker* Ad bid- Loaf Suoar 341 Inkms Virginia and Goshen Rutter 4 casks Scotch Ale, superior article 21 c«e-e* Roots, Slna** and Brogans —The above are reiuuan"* of consignment*, which will la* sold low in order to close them. marH AT PRIVATE SALE—25lihdsprune N OSugar 175 hags prime Rio Coftee, 2000 hags com, 325 hhls sii|M*rfine flour, 100 hhls rectified Whiskey 100 Ihixcs Virginia Tobacco, 50 fnixes Simp, 50 bids prime Molasses in line order, 541 half lihls Pickled Pig Pork, 25 firkin* Goshen butter, 20 boxes lui|ierial and Gun Powder Tea*, 1041 cases Kip and Russet Brogan Shoe*, IrtO pie< es 42 inch Dundee Bagging at lb cts, 100 M Segars some very superior, 541 do/ Rush bottom chairs, 10 Bookcases and Secretaries at £20 each, lie. ALSO, 1ft hale* brown Slieetings, 200pc* calicoe* assorted 10 bales Bleached Shirtings and Slieetings, 3410 parks English and Gentian Pin*, 100 |>cs Virginia Oanahurgs, 100 do/, cotton l hose, 20 doc Merino and Berlin Shirts and Drawers, 100 do/ Madras Hdk’fs, 50 do/. Linen half hose, 541 pc- striped and plaid Drills for Pantaloons, 2541 While and eolM 9 to 12-4 Counterpanes and Marseilles Guilt*, 100 pc* Brown Linen, 20 pcs Krniincttp for mens and hoys summer wear, 20 |M*s Bedford Ribbed Pantaloon Stuffs, 20 pc* 5-4 while Fluimels fur summer wear, 100 3b inch Cotton and Silk Umbrella-, 300 reams tine Letter Paper, 24k) setts Knives and Porks, 50 cards Scissor*. All *f wkieh will lie sold at New York cost and charges. LATHAM HULL & SON may2b 22 Water street. C10PPKK, IRON, TINNED PLATE, &c.— /Braziers Copjter 3bx60,10 pound aheet* Do. “ «• 13 “ “ Do. «• “ 25 •• " SHEATHING COPPER—14 to 16 ounces, SHEET IRON—80 bundle* heavy & light Eng. Iron WIRE—40 bundle* assorted numbers, RIVETS—50m Tinned, 40m Black Rivets BANCA TIN—20 pigs “Banca” Tin, best quality, TINNED PLATES—100 bxs Tin Plates l-3x LEADED PLATES—150 boxes Leaded IMate* for Roofing. Landing and for sale by EI1W. C. CENTER It CO., mi 24 corner Com. and Conti *»t*. WINDOW GLASS—350 boxes most approved brands, of all tbe sizes in general use, in store and for sale low by 1. C. DuBOSE & CO. inarl3 Late DuBose & Roll’, 39 Water street. MORE NEW BOOKS.—Ten Thousand A Year, Vol. IV. The Plying Dutchman, a Legend of the High Sea*, by the Author of “Gentleman Jack,” &r. jtc. in two volumes Heads of the People, or portrait* of the English, drawn by Kenny Mradow’s, with numerous illustra tion*. Outline of Human Pathology, by Herbert Mayo, F. R.S. &c. Scoutcttcn oh Club-loot, and Stokes on the Heart, &c. &c. &c. one volume. For mile by J. K. RANDALL, inr27 Bookseller, 44 Water st. REWARD.—STOLEN on Saturday, die qp-Wt-F 12tli iust., from the Premises of the Widow (irillin, at Columbus, Georgia, by Richard Murphy, one grey Mare 14 yeujs old—one hay Mare 3 or 4 years old, and a Deurliorii Wagon with no top. The said Murphy lias blue eyes, fair skin, dark hair, weighs iVoiu 150 to 160 |mjiiiu1*, and alnnit 24 year* old. Any person apprehending and lodging him safely in Jail, shall receive the above reward oil application to the suhscrilier in Steward county, Georgia, four miles lx* low Lumpkin. JAMES GRIFFIN, april 3 225.— Wttumpka At gut. Heading & flooring boards, suiui hle for Northern markets, for sale by nia29 aaotf _ A. B. 1IOMER. I C A P8. MAYSV1L.EE BAGGING, 45 inch, I 130 p eces do Ro|te, 8 hales do Twine—landing from Champion and for sale by juiii'2 _ FRANKLIN W. McCOY. MARRIAGE Physiologically discussed, by John Dubois, in four parts. For sale at 29 St* Francis street. junell LUMBER.—1200614 inch narrow Flooring 8000 14 inch wide 18000 1 inch Boards 50<K) Scantling assorted sizes For sale at the wharf by june4 A. B. IIOMER. DOMESTIC LIQUORS.—5 halfpipes Brandy. 50 hbl* and qr cask* Brandy, 30 bbls (tin, for sale by [juuel4] JNO. C. RYAN, 36 Water-si. C1 HOUOLA1 E.—25 boxes fresh Chocolate, for J sale by D. C. LOWBEK, jtme 7if 59 Commerce-st. lORPOKATlON COUPONS—for sale by J \ A. BATRfc&CO. aug9 20kO 7Q Commerce-st. HAVANA SEGARS.—120m Manuel A more* Trabucoe Segars, 40m Manuel Aioore* Regaliar Segars 40m Canones Segars 25m , “■ Regalias do For sale by (aug4) E. C. CENTER it CO. CHECKS ou New York, for sale by aug4 BARNKWALL it WANROY. COFFEE. —250 hag* Rio Coffee, sale hv (ang4)E. C% CENTER k CO. OR SALE—A likely yoltug Negro Woman, a I milt 22 years old, with her child between 2 ami 8 iiiouths old. Site is a good cook, washqr and ironer or Ivouse servant—sold fur 110 faults whatever—fully acclimated. For terms, apply to CIRODE k WHITE, jnne2 ltf cor Commerce and Dauphin**!*. I itinr,it run n/ii.r.—vu iiioiih.iiiu n i.umm-i, -J 40 thousand feet Flooring and 1| inch for head ing. Apply at iny Brick Yard, Dauphin Way. jtme2_HfROBERT WILLIAMSON, I I Coil# very superior Russia Hemp Rope, just received and for sale hy jnne2 ROBERTSON k CO. RYE FLOUR—25 barrel# fresh just received, and for sale by D. C. LOWBER, June 7m 59 Commerce st. LANDING from brig J. I>. Noyes,8bale# Linen Osnabtirgs, for sale very low by E. L. ANDREWS & CO., junc7 corner Coin, and Daupliin-st#. C1HARLES O'M ALLEY, the Icish Dragoon, ed f ited by Harry Lorrequer, with 20 illustrations, by Phi*, in 1 vol 8vo. Confess ions of Harry Lorrequer, late Captain in the — Regiment of Foot, by the author of “Charles O’Malley, with illustrations hy Phiz, in Ivol 8vo. A new supply of the above, just received by je7 POUBLEDA V » BE AILS, 50 Dauphin-#? HAY, CORN, OATS k BRAN.—This .lay re ceiving tier schooner# Breerwood anti Harriet front New Orleans— 500 sack# white Corn, 100 sacks Oat# 100 sacks Bran, 151 bales Hay, a superior arti cle, and for sale by J. A. COOPER k CO., ma>21 264tf 2 Com. st. corner St. Louis. FLOUR.—96 barrel# for sale to arrive bv may31LATHAM HULL k SON. | fUk Sack# Bran; 100do Shorts; 100 do Oat# J. vFvf to arrive tier Sclir. C. Breerwood, and for sale by J. A. COOPER k CO. june4 2tf 2 C.unmerce at. OIL.—19 bbl# Stnniuer Strained Sperm Oil, for rale hy (mayll) E. C. CENTER k CO. PAINT OIL.—Just received and fir sale whole sale and retail by R. L. WATKINS k CO., iuayl7 earner Water and St. Francis-#!#. KENTUCKY BAGGING.—300 pcs wide Ken tucky Bagging, for sale by may 25 OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Water st. OAF ftUGAK.-ll box.-. No. 1 Woolwy k Woolsey, for sale by may2I 264nn.o J. B. TOULM1N. COFFEE.—60 sacks prime Hat ana, Rio, aud Java Coffee, for sale by CIRODE k WHITE, jtme2 cor. Com At Dauphin sts. YAWL BOATS-One new coppered,fastened Cedar Yawl Boat,22 feet,—2 do Oak, 14 feet— L do Cliesuut, 13 feet, for sale low toclose a consign ment. BEN. M. BOURN, apr6 114 Oamneree st. BAGGING & ROPE.—200 oc# heavy Kentucky Bagging; 100 coils Kentucky Rope, iter Schr. Breerwood, for sale by OGDEN BROTHERS, juno4 12 Water st YPKAULIC CEMENT.—150 casks in store and 250 cask# to arrive, for sale by maylg BENJ. M BOURN, 114Com.it. [ml KW lltNIRN.— II.SON s .% M r Kit AS UHHI i v tmoloo Y, with additions, including tho It ml* described h\ Attdibnii, lloua|»aiTe, .Nnliall.aud Rich ant*hi, by V. M. Brewer. Missionary Enterprise* in the Hr a Isl and*, by John Williams, illustrated wiih engrav ings. The Life and tinm of the Ki v. Guorue Whiteiei.it, M. A. by Robert Philip. Confessions of an Inquiring .Spirit, by Samuel T. Cohurdge. Thought* in Past Years by tl»e author of the ‘‘t athcdral.” The IIe art’s Ea*E, or a remedy against all troubles, with i% consolatory discourse to those who bate lost their friends and dear relations, by Simon Patrick, l>. I>. Mowing and Heaping, or what will come or IT, by Mary llowilt. Hope on, Hope ever, a tale by Mary Howitf. A Hi St'OU H s k CONCERNING PRAYER, and the frequenting daily public prayers, by Simon Patrick l). H. El.LA V-, or the Jui.y Tour, by one of the party. "lie can form a moral on a glass of Chaiu|tngne.” > — Le Roy. Just received and for sale by J. K. RANDALL. mar 2b Bookseller & Stationer, 44, Water st. Alsu a further supply of tlie following Music Books, vis: Southern Harmony, Missouri Harmony, tlie Odeon, aud the Boston Academy ’s Collection, Itc. NEW BOOKS.—Just received and l«»r sale by J. K. RANDALL, Bookseller A Stationer, 44 Water st. The Rural life in England, by William llowilt, au thor of "Visits to Remarkable Places,” Ac, in one handsome volume, 8vo. with a Fmutts piece. ( The Dream, ami other Poems by the lion. wlrs. Norton. "We have one unman heart, - All mortal thought* confess a common home.” SMI*. Visit a to Rtmnrkahle Place*—Old Halls, Hattie Fields, and Scenes illustrative of striking passages in English History aud Poetry, by William llowilt, Mr mi lira, lettera and Comic Miacellnme*, in Prose and verse, of the late James Smith, Esq. <nie of the authors of the ‘‘Tlie Rejected Addresses,” edited by his brother, Horace Smith, Esq. in 2 volumes. fel»b 178tf__ CHEAP FAMILY DRY GOODS.—DANIELS 4* BRADY, No. 83 Dauphin street, (immedi ately opposite the Public Square,) have just reciev: ed |>er ship Mary Francis, a choice assortment of Dry Goods, including Rich plain and fig'll Silks, Poplins and Satins llaudsoine lig’il Silk Shaw* Silk Hosiery of every description 7-4 and 8-4 Damask aud Diufiei Table Linen 8-4, 10-4, 12-4 4* 14-4 Double Dam’k Table cloths 4 4 Irish Linens 10-4, 12-4 and 14-4 lllaiikuts Rogers’s real Welsh Flannels French and English Prints; French Bombasines Corsets of the newest French sha|>e French Murinua Bleached and unbleached Shirting* 4* Sheetiug* The whole of which will be sold very cheap for cash. N- B. Agents fur the sale of Transpureut Window Shades, painted in oil colors. janlb WH ITE LE A HAND WINDOW GLASS a7 300 kegs White Lead, 75 bxs Window Glass, from 8-10 to 12-18, 50 bladders Putty, 10 boxes Chrome Green, 10 do do Yellow. Just received and for sale by MOSKLY A CO, jan 14 lbOtf Druggists. Kui AH IV mCiiMVi.iiuo.—a uwiiemi iwyopi ry. Bark, Arican Pepper (turn Myrrh, Lobelia Seed, Nervine Hemlock Dark, White Pond Lillv Witch llazle, Unicom Root, Poplar Dark Golden Seel—all of which are just received aad are warranted fresh and genuine. For salo wholesale or retail, by R. L. WATKINS It CO., jau 16 corner Water and St. Francis its. RL. WATKINS dt CO. have in store and are • receiving from ship Cotton Planter, 12 bills paint oil, 40 baskets sweat oil, 5 bills, alcohol, 20 boxes Stuart's candy, 25 “ Poland starch, 2000 libs Epoom salts, 5 bills castor oil, 15 boxes green pipes J All of which will be sold low at wholesale or retail, Corner Water am! St. Francis sts. jan21tf NEW AND UAEFUL ARTICLE.—I hmbleday 4* Sears, 50 Dauphin street, have received a supply of F. Millings' Superior File. It will lie found, that by tile use of this instrument, Letters, Bills of Parcels, Ate. may be kept iu good order, and rcaily for immediate reference, without being tom or perforated. Also STEEL LETTER CLAMPS. fob 10___ EMON SYRUP, CANDY, Ate. Itc.— 25 Boxes l«etnon Syrup 10 “ Assorted do 20 “ Candies 10 “ Rock do 100 do7. Scotch and Macmhoy Snuff. 25 boxes Starch.—Just landed and For sale by jan!4 160tf MOSELY At CO, Druggists. ROOTS ! ROOTS! Major Boots—and Miwoh Boors Ladies’ slip|ierg, ami Gents pumps ; a prime new set, Bools that tit Misses, and tiiat never wus-jffr f “Bet Boots”—or boots for pretty Bets ! Bootees for she’*—-ami ancle ties for pets. GENTS’ water proof, cork soles, or light hrogans ! Light dress, or pamp bwits—we’ve always on hands. La tune' silk guiter ten** that lit their pretty feet, And nmlking ehuee with bows, that beaux delight to meet. Kid slqipers and morocco too, to suit the neatest foot. In short we’ve stork to *hot them all, and children Is Ass#. Boot* ! Boots! Boots! at N1CHOLL8, ADAMS fc CO., dec 28 146tf 53, Dauphin st. omXntic MniHuis.— " ' 111 bbls New England Rum 10 “ American Brandy 10 “ “ Giu 10 4* Cider Vinegar 5 cases Smoked Beef and Tongues For sale by OGDEN BROTHERS, ap20 12 Water st-1 THE HISTORY OF THE ANGLO SAX ONS—From the earliest period to the Norman conouest, by Sharon Turner, F. A. S. et R. A. S. L. 2 vols. received this day at ap:tO_OOOBLEDAV k SEARS’S. FIlHE undersigned are receiving per ship Caledo A nia from Liverpool: “Cast Steel” Weeding Hoes, Brown and Common do Mouse Hole Anvils, Mouse Hole shape do Blacksmith's Vices and Hammers, Van Wart’s Screw plates, Indian Cum Mills, a su|ierior article for use, James’ Wood screws, Carpenter’s Patent Locks, do Curry Combs, Anti-corrosive percussion caps Treble strong cylinder gunpowder, in one pound canni tiers, Double barrel deer guns, manufactured to order, at #100 to #150 each. Table and Pocket Cutlery, Saws and Files. dec 30JOSEPH HALL ft CO | /^AA BOXES GLASS—Star, Anchor and 1. OUU Glass Brands, all sixes, 1000 kega White Lead, No 1, 2 and pure, 10 half pipes J J Dupuy Brandy, 5 do Seignetfe do 4 pipes Holland (sip—lObbls American do, 18 Mils American Brandy, 2)0 mixes Tobacco, various lirands, 400 pieces Brigg's Bagging, 40 do Dundee do, GO do Kentucky do, very superior, 20 cases Roots, Shoes and Brogans, 10 qr casks old ami very superior Sherry Wine 5 do do do Madeira do 100 bags Shot, assorted sixes, which will be sold low to close consignments, by may 18ROBERTSON It CO. TMIE QUADROON ; or St. Michael’s Day, by the Author of “Lafit.e,”“ Captain Kyd,” “Bur ton,** fee. “For me to love in infamy. Heaven born love—that links the virgin heart To its own noble mate—is not for me, Maiden »f a race accursed and outcast, Alas! trur love to me is bnt'/i#A>*tfr; And, ere it hud, must be outrwiled. E’en if the heart eoiue with it.’* William Cuttc*. Received this day and for sale by J. K. RANDALL, (Qtffi Bookseller, 44 Wa ter st» HIKIU.V lilSIUi'ir..—r r I’rrAni ti K N f— ft HUi, l*i iu<ipal; < Am .N<n yrA, Anulin Ah*Uh9 Assistant*. This department ul tin I list mile i* now in iiHTHafill u|m*i atom, end tracing in its couise ul study every branch ul uinaiiieiifal anil practical education. The term* in regular studies are from £6 to psw mouth. Tuition* in French, Painting and Drawing and on the Piano. loite, Harp or Guitar are extra. Persyut desirous ol'patronising this de|*artment ran have an interview with the Principal at any time, lie tween the hour.'* ol* 8 A. M. and b P. M. at the In stitute. Among the Prinripal's patrons reference may I* made to the lion. Ex-Gov. Gayle; lion. Jno. F. Ev erett! Gen. Theo. L. Toulmin; Gen. W. Taylor; Daniel ('handler. A. C. HoHinger, David File’s, J. G. Lvon, and Richard Redwood, Esqrs. ttov 4 lOtf KW FANCY GOODS, 4e, HF.NRY kSTUD DART, corner Water and Conti streets, have received the following, vis: 4 ca**s containing Embroidered Collar* and Capes, infants Holies, Cape and Waists; Ladies Rich Embroidered Fuslm, Dresses, 4c, 1 case Thread Lace and Edgings, 6 eases 4-4 Scotch Gingham* of superior fabrics, Co Inme warranted fast, 7 oases, containing Damask Table Cloths, Diapers and Towclliug; also. Colored Worsted and Cot ton Table Covors, 3 cases Mouseline de l.aine, new pattern, 4 44 Jaconet Muslin, I 44 Swiss Cheeked Muslin, 7 44 ass'led Cotton Thread, best oualitv, 1 44 Rook Muslin, Cmuliric Handkfs, Ac. The above finals lieing direct inqiortution, II 4 S. are enabled to offer them, at very low prices, (for cash only) at wholesale and retail. jau26 168tf STEAM CANDY AND SEGA R REFINERY It. I.. & A. STI-ART, corner of Greenwich and Chambers streets New York are now manufacturing and otter for sale Can l»?,Huo AH Pl.t) Mi, 4c .made by their improved steam process from siugle, double, aiid treble Refined Sugar. With a steam engine and other machinery, the advantage of long experience, and a thorough^nowledge of sugar refining, they will continue to manutnetnre Candy, 4c., superior in quality to uiiv made in this country or Euro|>e, at nearly or quite as low prices as the inferior qualities an* usually sold. Having increased their buildings, they are now prepared to execute the largest orders for Candy or Rkfinyd Sugar at the shortest notice. Country dealers are requested to rail and examine the quality of Candy sold at this establish ment Indore purchasing. Candy carefuly (nicked in boxes of 20, 23, 60 and 100 pounds, for tlie Southern and Western markets, and delivered.in the city or ship|>ed, w ithout charge for boxes nr cartage. Rm inki) Siuar.—Double Relined Ismf packed in Imjxcs, barrels, or loose; Crushed and G round l.oai Sugar in lairrels; Sugar House Mo asses in Hilda and Pierces. Tile above Sugars are retim'd by steam without the use of clay or blood, feb 16 186. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Va.-On liaiui a few dozen of the celebrated Water from the White Sulphur Springs, Vn. To persons acquainted with the character of these | Springs eulogy is unnecessary. Hut to those who are not, it w ill lie sufficient to inform them that in all disease* of the Bowels, Liver, Kidneys or Skin the Water will be found a most eligible remedy, liemg not only an active and efficient medicine, but a pleas ant, and to suine a delightful beverage. Perhaps at un season is its use more iiu|wrntively indicated than the coming season and the slimmer months, when those who are uimccliinatcd are exposed tp a deadly disease and to the old residents subject to Uepatic obstructioiis. Fur sale by the dozen or single bottle by RIClI’D NORTH, Druggist fc Chemist, mar4 No. 35 Gov’t and 45 Commerce si db REWARD—Will lie paid for the recovery 1 of a Chronometer, Berthoud’s make. No. 174, and a Silver la*ver Watch, Johnson (Liverpool) maker, number not recollected—the same having been stolen on Saturday, 27th Feb. from on Isiurd the brig Alabama, lying at the wharf. mar3 JNW. C. RYAN, 36 Water st. ELLOW PINE LUMBER.—85* assorted Scantling; 80* 1 and 11-4 inch Boards; 3* 1 1-4 inch Narrow Flooring; 18* Weatherboards, un wharf au4 for sale by A. B. HOMER. Lumber sawed to ordor. Cargo Luuilier always un baud suitable for ex|iortatioii. febll 182tf MESRS. M iLl.f-.ii'iTl.OlU LI.AHU’fTf'l N K cu r CUKWfXd TOBACCO.—A .iipplyul tlie above Toliacc2, just received per ship Cotton Planter and for sale by RICH’D NORTH, Druggist & Clieinist, No. 35 Govtrnineut and 45Coranierre st., ian22 near Mt. Francis'. flNHK UNDERSIGNED wouhi lie happy to re* l ceive<p<lcr* for Wines from the bouse of “Jas. Adams, of Madeira. The Wines received from this House are of choice character, have been generally approved, and are now much in vogue in New York, Philadelphia, Ualliiuore, Boston, Richiuond,JCbai len ton and Savanna'll. feb 19 188tf J. MOSES, 58 Royal st. L~ l.MK, IIA1K, Ip-.-150 cu.ka KhuUc l.iund white lump Lime, 150 busliels PluHlej iug Hair, 100 pair wrought Iron Carane Eyes, lauding at Matthews’ wharf, from brig Susan & Sarah, and for sale by mar 8 202if HENJ. M. BOURN, EW FRENCH PRINTED LAWNS, a yard wide,,iind.color* warranted. Just received by DANIELS 4* BHADY, 83, Dauphin Street, (im mediately opposite tlie Public Square,) a large and splendid assortment of I lie above Gouda, of the new est style, which their offer vefy cheap for cash : Rich plain hlk Silk, 22 in. wide, for 6-6 pr yard, Handsome figured Silk, Elegant lustred colored Poult dh Soi, 7-8 dia|>er table Linen for 50 cent* pr yard, 7-4 damask s do- for 62 do, 9 and 10-4 double damask do, very cheap, 4-4 Irish Liltrns, full 36 in. wide, in demi-pierrs and fine quality (wart-anted all linen) from 444 cents Sillier ami sp’linc lilm aisl jel black Bombazine, A large and cheap stock of cotton St silk Hosiery, First quality spool Thread, warranted full 300 yds to the spool, fur 7.5 cents |n*r dozen, French, English, ami Domestic Dry Good* of eve ry description, cheaper than ran lie sold by any other house in the City. Country Merchants and Planter* are invited to call and examine. mar 4 188if |*/vauiuu nvr.ii— | .D 50 bales East India Bagging, 700 pieces Briggs' Ragging, 400 piece* Dundee do.j 200 pieces Mississippi do. 300 coils Russia Hemp Rope, 200 coil* Jute Rone, 4 bales Baling Twine-*-for sale by inarch* MVGUAN * NOONAN. j’AOHE.VS IIUi'.UmaTU: EMUROCATION— This remedy, so celebrated for the cure n| chronic and inrtammatory rheumatism, sprains,swell ings of the joints, from tlie improper or injudicious use of mercury, lumbago, &<;. is now for the first lime offered to the people of the South, although long known and fised, as the certificates testify, at the North, where its success has been greatly marvellous and unrivalled. Those afflicted with tlie ubove com plaints, will find immediate relief on trial of tlie Embrocation. For gule by the Agent march 5 I. C. DUBOSJS k CO. No 39 Water st. BAGGING—7 hales Dundee llemp Bagging ,44 inches wide, 1 3*4 lbs tu the yard. 6 bales Imperial Hemp Bagging,44m. wide, 1 3-4llw 25 do Gilroy’* manufactured do do do do 6 do Baxter's <lo imitation Ky do do do 5 do J Mitchell's Imp*! Hemp «!» do do umH) For sale by E. €. CENTER It Co. PANAMA It LE<i HORN HATS.—SEN RY A STODDART, corner of Water and Conti streets, have tbi* day received a large assortment of tlie above (of the latest fashion and su perior quality) or gentlemen's summer wear, mar 3 198if R Bril I DRUGS-—Tlie undersigned are m*w re r reiving per ships E. Dennison, tineas, Hottin filer,.and other recent arrivals, tiieir spring stock of 'resh Medicines, Painte, Oils, Window Glass, Ac. linking up an assortment in quality and extent well worth tlie atteulion of Merchants and Physicians.— Purchasers will find our prices moderate aikI every ficility will he affbred which the stale of the times will permit. I. C. DUBOSE k CO. Late DuBose k Hoff, Druggists, m:tr2T> 217tf No 30 Water street. P~ EASE A SON’S CLARIFIED ESSENCE OF IIOREHOUND CANDY.—The undersigned having been appointed, by the proprietor* of Inis very po|>ular Candy, Agents for the city, will liereafter keep oa hand a regular supply. J. C. DUBOSE A CO., lute DuBose A Rort, ian 0 30 Water st. To-pt! Utters. Physicians, and Country Mer chants—MOSELY A CO. Druggists, at the corner of Dauphin and Royal streets, have in store a full supply of fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi cine*, Paipts, Oils, Perfumery, Gardeen Seeds, etc. which they offer for sale at wholsaale or retail at very low prices and an a liberal credit. fobl i S~~ PlillT* OF TURPENTINE—SO barr*k, for by I). C. I.OWRER, may 7 x 59 Coalmen---rt. G~ UN POWDER TEA.—SO boat., x choice arti ck, for aak by (may*)) L. HULL It SON. .iii.l 45, 1 ouuiM'ire * fleet, luuiSt. hann>— Importer of French and Engl.-I* longs, < l.« inisiry , and Perfumery, and W liok sale and Retail Fouler* in l>ing.-, I'amts, Mednines, tills, Hlnss, and l ye Suills, No. 36, Hm eminent, isur Royal, and Ho, 1'oHinM‘ree, near Si. Francis stiect, inioin.s hi* friend* an.I the public generally, that he has taken the store No. 45, Common street, (two doors Ik m St. Francis,) east sole, wheic in connexion with his store No. 36, Hotel ament, he intends kei j ii g an extensive assortment of all articles in hi.- line ot I it siness. lie iloes not expect, much less hoi»-,foi no»re eio’oiirageinent and supp.nl il.un he has hit he* - to received, without i Liming 1<»> hiinsell the lined of merit, lie will at all times use his liest entleav or* to rentier satisfaction to all who may lavor his establishment a ith their patronage. As he is well aware how highly important it is tor Physician* ami families to obtain medicines in their pme slate, the public may rest assured in obtaining pare ami liesh medicines, lie is receiving, ami will continue to ic tvive.by die latent arrivals, a huge, fresh, and su perior Assortment of American, English, and French Medicines, selected with the greatest care. 'I he assortment of drugs and family medicines, cnm| ris ing every article of the choicest and freshest selec . tiou in tfie line, are from the best F.uiopewi and A nterirau imiuutaetiiies. lie also will keep oil hand a select assortment o fresh Harden unp Field Seeds, Iteens and Peas. N. II. Orders from the country tilled at the shott est notice. feb i AIEKfCS FRENCH PILES.—$300 < HAE EENHE.—'I'he genuine French Pills against all Quack Nostrums of the age, lor tlie cute of * * * * * The French Pills are applicable in all cases (or ei liter sex, (warranted freeIroiti Mercury) and | osscss es great advantages over the Ralsams and all lii|iiid medicines, by Long entirely free ti oiu tinell, and con sequently do not aflect the breath, thereby pi eventing tl»e possibility of discovery while using them. Resides this important advantage, tiny never disa gree with the stomach, and in the tirst stages «>l the disease, they usually effect a cure in a few uavs with little regard to diet or expo.-ure. Ill the .most obstinate stages of the disease, they are equally certain, buving cyred many after eveiy other remedy had lulled. In short, they have been so universally successful that (lie proprietor challenge* any one to prmlttce a remedy of equal certainty, uuoer a lorfriture of Three Humlred Dollars. iunl2 I. (\ 1>EROSE & ( O., 39 Water si. 00“ Price, $2 |»er box, w ith full directions. JETHiE PATTERSON.—Read the following from Judge Patterson, for thirty years the tir.-i Judge of the county hi which he lives. MilHiLXTOWft, N. J., March 12 1840. Messrs. Comstock & Co., Hentlenieu—You are at liberty to make »och use of the following certificate as you deem will ism sub serve the piirjHiscg for which it is intended. [Cr.KTif'icATir or Jtt»oK Patti Krox.J 1 hereby certify, that my daughter has bet a afflict ed with sick headache for the space of about 20 years—tlie attack occurring once iu about two weeks, frequently lusting 24 hours, duiing which kiltie the paroxysms have L*cn so severe, as appuiendy soon to deprive her of life. Anti after having Hit d almost all utlier remedies in raid, 1 have Im-ch intitit -d as a last resort to try N|miIiu’s Headache Reined' is sold by you ; anil to the great disappointment at. joy of herself and all her mead*, found very tnuteriai iclic fr.un the first dote of the medicine. She Ims follow ed up the direction* with tin* article, uml in eveiy case when an attack wits tlneatencd has l.uind imme diate relief, until she is near |>eiluuneutly cuied.— The attU(4vH are now very seldom, and disappeat al most iminetliulely Utter taking the quantity directed. A hope that others may l>c bcnelitlcd by the use of this truly invultiable medicine, has induced me to sen you the altovc, anil remain yotir obedient set vatu, fcJEI4E PATTERSON, Judge6f the Cuurt of L P. COMSTOCK & < O, Wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. New ^oik. Sold by I. i\ IbiROSE & CO, Agents, aiul by Dr*. May nard, HUiuinotitl. und Hates, Mobile jan 2* 170 KITCHENS PATENT PREPARED CO COA.—A supply of the above original and tru ly valuable preparation of Cocoa long ami favoiubly kiiowu to the public, is just received direct from the proprietor ami for sale by the undersigned. Among other highly flattering testimonials of its superior quality ami usefulness, are fuuiid the follow ing. “J. Kitchen left w ith uie some of his P. Cocoa and on trial 1 find it a very suiterioi article, and recom mend its adoption for family use.** Dr. William Thomas. “I have tried your 1*. Cocoa ami consider it deri decly superior to any 1 have used before in my. fami ly-" Dr. J no. Coop kh. “I concur in the foregoing statements.** Dr. D. 11 ossa c k . "I have drank of J Kitchen’s P. Cocoa and recom mend it as a su|terior article of beverage to any pici. - arution of Cocua extunte—it (tossessex less of the oli aginous nature of Chocolate, therefore less liable to Itevome offensive to the convalescent ami is more suit able for the healthy. D. Hi.oss For sale by I. C. DUBOSE & CO., iunl4 lute DtiBose fit Koff, 39 Water st. ifjAHUINti, HOPE & TWINE—Tim s„lTsci"i M-W her having been appointed Ac.fnt for the MaYsvilli. Nl ANt/FAttuhino Co. will lie con con slant ly supplied and ran fill orders for Bagging uml Hope to any extent, oil favorable terms. The quality is unsurpassed by any Factory in the western country. Daily expected direct from the Factory— 300 pieces Bagging, 300 coils Hope FRANKLIN W. McCOY, ian27 159kmo 69 Commerce st. JUST RECEIVED.—The Life, Adveniurcs and Opinions of David Thu. liines, of South Carol i na, muster of arts, and swine timer- doctor of medi cines, alias, Dr. llumilloii, Col. Ilainilloii, Dr. Hay lies, Col. IIayuc, $*c- Itc. &c. in a series of letters to his friemls, written by himself ———“The good old rule Hufficcth me,—the simple plan, That they should take, who liave the power, And they should keep who rnn,’* W onhu'orth. For sale by J K RANDALL, febltt Bookseller, 44 Water st. WALKER ON INTERMARRIAGE— DOURLEDAY k SEARS, 60 Dm.,,hin-si. Have received Walker oil Intermarriage; or the mode in which, mid the causes why, Beauty, Health and Intellect* result from certain unions, deformity, disease and insanity from others, with eight illustra tive drawings. iuu2M FOli SALK.—10,000 pc’s of su|ierior, heavy, 4 4 inch Dundee Bagging, manufactured expressly for this market. A part of the lot is made in imita tion of the Kentucky Bagging, and quite equal to it in ouality. We invite the attention of the Planters and the trade to this article. Also, 80 coils Russian Rope, for sale by A. POPE k SON, <iec29 147tf 57 Commerce st Compound syrup of liverwort, VV ( flrjmtv n JVilnba.)—For the cure of Pulnioim ry ami lle|>utic affections, Coughs, Colds, Consiiinp lion, Spittiiia of Blood, 4*c. The reputation which this article (Liverwort) has obtained in the treatment of Consumptions, Spilling of Blood, Liver Com plaints, Coughs; $*c. and the great uncertainly there must always lie in the preparation of decoctions the inode in wVich this plant has lieeu usually adminis tered; by persons ignorant of Pliurmareitical Manu (Nilatioiis, has led us to make a concentrated Coiii imuiid Syrup of a uniform strength. MEREDITH, HENDERSON k Co. N. B.—None are genuine without our written signature. » (MJ- For sale by the single bottle or doxen by RlCHAkD NORTH, .33Government, fel» 1D anil 45 Commerce-sis. SfBW BOOKS.—IWHUII.EDAY SfeARN,50 1 7 Dauphin street, have this day received the fob lowing— Ainsworth's new Historical Romance. The Tower of London, illustrated by Cruiksliuuk, ( complete in one volume. Muster Humphrey’s Clock, by Bo/., No. 17. The Rural Life of England, by William llowitt, author of “Visits to remarkable places," &r. from tin* 2d London edition, corrected and revised in one vol. »vo. Visits to Remarkable Places, Old Halls, Battle fields, and scenes illustrative of striking passages in Kugljsh History and Poetry, by William How in, in 2 volf. 12mo 1 K. TAYLOR’S BALSAM OF LIVER WORT.—As this highly popular Medicine for diseases of the Liver and Lungs am! also for the sluirtness of breath, debility, pain inside am! loss <>l Hesli is most extensively counterfeited—the public should lie very cautious and purchase only of the duly a|ipiiaed Agents. 00* My sole Agents in Mobile, are I. C. DI^BOtiK & CO. Plraae rrmrmhtr tbit GEO. TAYLOR, M. D.,375 Bowery. N. Y New York. Feb. 12. 1841—182n L(K)K h <V Purtnt oj Safrty. An attack of live “Wm" may be positively pre vented by using (when the premonitory symptoms are fell) the celebrated HAY'S LINIMENT. There are more than one hundred |>eople in this city, am! in the United Stales an immense number, who have suf fered beyond endurance bv this dreadful complaint, who keep themselves wholly free ft run attacks by ap plying tbis Liniment when they feel any symptom* of ' its approach: of this there is the most perfect proof. Ot* None Genuine without the name of COM ft'roCK k CO, writtin on the wrappers. SOLOMON HAYS, Sold at No. 2 Fletcher street, N. Y. Sold by i. C. DUB08E k CO* Agents ard Dr* MAYNARD It GATF.8, Mobile it 2