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BY SANFORD & WlLSON. MOBILE, FRijjAY EVENING, DECEMBER; 24, 1811. VOL. I —NIL *22. J’ E H M a . Subscription, ten dollar* for the daily f ajier, payable in a I v.amn*, ami five dollar* for i!>e countryvpapur, p lyublt; yearly in Hdvuiice by cash or city reference. I’ersoii wishing to discontinue, must give o:;u week’* notice in writing. Advbutihjno.—Advertisements continued without in terruption, will be charged at the rate of one dollar per square for tile first insertion, and tluy cents for each sub sequent one. Semi-weekly ami tri-weekly one* will In charged the same as llrst insertions. Twelve lines m -.kt a square. If an advertisement make* less than a square, it Hindi cost a* much a* tt fall one. Advertisement* nut Untiled on the manuscript, in to the number of insertiou*, wiil be continued Ibr two uonlh* and *o charged, unless previously directed to In taken out of the paper by a written order. Advertisement* not bearing upon their face* the names of the persons by whom they are sent, must be endorsed by them. The terms for annual advertisers will lie 910 for one square, and 9-» for each additional square, with the priv ilege of changing once a week, due in advance. The privilege of annual advertiser* is limited to their v own immediate business ; and all advertisements for the oeuelil of other persona, a* well ns all legal advertise ment*, and advertisements of auction sales, sent by them, must be paid lor at the usual rates. >• All advertisements required by law, will be charged at the lull rates. Annual advertisers who exceed the.space for which they contract, will be charged at the usual r ites. Arrangements will lie made with those who occupy hall % column or more contin uously for a )»■•<', according to the nature of the business, and the frequency of ilie change of matter. Advertisements of application for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws, will not be published in any case, unless paid lor previous to insertion, or payment be guaranteed by n responsible person in town. All announcement* of candidates for office, will lie char ged five dollars for daily insertion* during the cun vitas, payable in ati cases in advance. Military and Fire Companies, and other similar Associa v lions, will lie charged full rates by the insertion, or forty dollars per annum if they do not exceed one square eac.li week. All iifTKitcJ -smnnii . itious.Wben a t.'iiissfbte. willin' euarged double, and in nil cases payment inusi lie mute hi advance. 4 " 11 WITH FWtltUST S ALE.—By virtue of n i> * JL executed to us by Philip McLoskey, bearing lute on the 14th day of March, V. I). IS41, and recorded ia the Clerk’s office of Mobile county, in B ink No. 1, Pages 535 nod 536, wc will sell at public auction, j in front of the court h >tne, on the 5th day of April j next—All that parcel of laud, situate, lying and lieiat; j in the county of Mobile, containing eighty-three 17- | 103 acres, being a fractional section hounded south I by the Orange Grave tract of laud, commencing at ! the point of intersection of ilie northern line of said | tract and the western line of the Laurent plantation j and extending vvestwardly on the north line of Or ange Grove beyond it* termination: bona.led oast by the Laurent plantation, an I included within the wes tern line of sanl Laurent plantation, the northern line of the Orange Grove tract, and the sectional lines of various small tracts oi forty acres, laid otf by the government of the United States, all of which wiil more fully appear by reference to the map of the township number four of range one nest. And also,—One) forty-eighth part of the lands be longing to the Orange Grove Company, including all the lands included in a trust deed to Calvin Norris, James Magee and 'Pirns. W. McCoy, ami which have not lieen before this time laid olVund sold by (lie said Trustees or by the company prior to the said deed; and the said undivided interest hereby conveyed to be subject to the uses and trusts of the said deed, and a * right, title, interest and claim in the one forty-eighth ^ part of all the lands in the Orunge Grove tract and the Laurent plantation, excepting the lots of land so disposed of which said tracts «f land lie on ilie north side of the city of Mobile, one containing 267 71-109 acres, the other 355 39-100 acres; ami a lull forty eighth interest in the lands held by said company be tween the said plantation and the river. Terms of sale cash. JOHN A. CAMPBELL, DAN’L CHANDLER, dec.4 4||tds SAM’L M. OGDEN. BURNT CORN ACADEMY.—The third ses sion of this School will open on the first Monday * ofJan’ry next, under thecare of Jno. B. Cr.AUSEL, where will be taught, in addition to the usual branch es of an English Education, Latin, Greek, the Math ematics, &c. Mr. Claused is a unlive of Virginia, where he graduated; and the subscribers are proud in offering to the public so ripe a scholar, imbued so thoroughly with southern feedings and so justly appre ciating southern interests. Thu site of the Academy is remarkably healthy, and remote from those pests of the young, drinking shops, stores and other places of public resort. > Terms.—For Latin, Greek, Mathematics, &c. $20 per session, or $4 a month for a shorter period ; for Geography, Arithmetic, English Grmnmer, &c., $15 per session, and for the primary branches $9 per session. Board may be had in the neighborhood for $8 per month. JOHN WATKINS, ) JOHN GREEN, >Trustees. JOHN MARSHALL, ) Burnt Corn, Sept 21. sop24 501TVt jitl - TN CONFORMITY u iih~Ui7Tl,i Will and TcT A lament of Joseph llaby, deceased, and to carry into effect the provisions of said Will, and in con formity with the order of the Orphans Court of Mo bile county, granted the 28th day of October, 1341, I will, on Monday, the 8th day of January, 1812, ex pose to public sale, in front of the court house of Mobile, within the legal hourjof sale, all the personal and real estate of said Joseph Raby, as follows, viz: the Negroes Willi, Tony, Isaac, Sally anti her three children; Household Furniture; as also, a tract of Land lying on Bayou Coden, in Mobile county, eon tabling about 30!) acres; also a tract of Land at Ful ton, containing about 48 acres, being the residence of tile late Joseph Raby. Terms of sale 6 months credit, with two good se curities JOSEPH KREBS, nov20 82tf Executor. RESOLUTION OF COPARTNERsillP— Notice is hereby given to all concerned, tha„ Ihe copartnership in the Iron Foundry business at Mobile, known under the name of James Curry & Co., has been ibis dav dissolved. All parsons hav ing claims against said firm on account of tbo Mo bile Foundry, will please present them for settle ment. [oct29 65tf JAMES CURRY. EDICAL AND CULINARY HERBS.—At Gates’s Drugstore, 106 Dauphin street—Sago, Thyme, Baltic, Catnip, Pennyroyal, Horehouml, Peppermint,Spearmint, Motherwort, Life Everlast ing, Comfrey Root, Sweet Majoram, l’oplai Bark, Saffron. Marshmallows, and various other domestic Herbs, Barks, Roots, &c. for sale at iiov27 GATES’S Pharmacy, 106 Dauphin st. OBACCO AND CIGARS.—500 boxes Tobai co, various brands; 10m Cigars, Canones; 20m Cigars, Manuel Amores; 20m Cigars, American; in store and for sale by m declO THOS. P. MILLER & CO. [%[ E W A N 1) S EASON A BLR DRY GOODS, ll MILLINERY, etc.—Just received per late arrivals, from France, (via New York and New-Or leans) a splendid assortment of rich water'd and plain Silk Velvet and Plush Bonnets, unsurpassed in beau ty of style and quality of textures; a large assort ment of Artificial Flowers; Fancy Caps; childrens’ Hoods; Leghorn Hals; Dun-table and Oriental do; 10-4 rich Shawls and Mantillas deep fring'd ; Satin stipd’d Chailies; plain and plaid Mouse ae Laities; French Pr nts. col's guaranteed; ladies and cents Kid Gloves; bl’k Bombazine ; heavy and rich Chan - tilla Veils, Act*. Acc. O* The Millinery department will be conducted by Mrs. Cullen. Ladies are respectfully invited to call and examine for themselves. J. A. SMI TH. successor to u25 tf P.CULLEN, 61 I) «uphiu-8t. FOR SALE.—A fainilv ol valuable NEGROES, —consisting of—BRANCH, aged 40; good Gardner, Ostler and general servant GEORGE, aged 6; his sod BRANCH, “ 20; first rale Steward and Waiter JOE, “ 19; Drayman The above negroes have been raised in this city, and are of good character, and first rate servants in every respect, and only sold to close a concern. They t can be seen by applying at the corner of Conti and Commerce street, up stairs. nov20 EWARK FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.— D. B. CRANE & CO, Manufacturers from ♦ Newark, N. J., invite the attention of ttieir friends ^ ami the public, to their splendi I slock of Furniture, bik'Ii as Sofas, Sideboard, Centre, Pier, and Com mon Tables, Wardrobes, &c. &c., which arc offered at Manufacturer’s prices, at 37 Water st, next door to DuBosc & Co’s Drug Store. dec 4 GARDEN SEEDS.—Just received and for s ile wholesale aud retail at the new Drugstore No. 89 Royal street, the following GARDEN SEEDS: Fall Marrowfat Peas, Early Frame Peas, Carleton Peas, Extra Early Peas, Green Imperial Peas, Bine Prussian Peas, Early Budi Beans, Hunker Beans, Horticultural Beans, Speckled Valentine Beans, Large Lima Beans, Extra Eatly Corn, China Tree Corn, Tree Onions, Assorted Flower Seeds, and a arge aud general assortment uf all kinds used in this country. Sai.l seeds are warranted the growth of 1841, and areas good as Laudreths or any other. decl4. J. 1L WOODCVCK. BACON.—21 casks Hums and Sides, landing from steamer Alabama direct from Cincinnati, for Bale by [deco] WM. H. BUNNELL & CO. SUGARS.—40 hlids, a choice article of old crop Louisiana; 100 bbls prime N O new crop, laud iug from Creole aud for sale bv dec 11 MARSHALL & ROWE. TABLE SALT.—A few boxes just received and for sale by declO CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL. POTATOES & ON IONS. ——200 baritds~be7t » JL Maine Potatoes, 100 bbls best Maine While On O ions, on consignment and for sale by * dccl ltf J. H. RIVERS. SUGAR AND MOLASSES.—97 hhds Louisiana Sugar, 52 bh!s !M du-ses, landing from achr l I • rinda, for sale low from the wharf, l>v dcel-? ELLIS & GREEN, (i8 Commerce-at. 1^1 ii.Ul AND .MOLASSES—36 hhda Prim.* La. Sugar, 13 bbls Molasses, lauding from fclmoaei Alpine, f«»r sale from the wharf, by din _ ELI.IS & GREEN. tIOFFEE.—2U0 bags Green Havana Coffee, land f ing ner schrs. Belle and Plutarch, for sale b\ deel4 ‘ THUS. P. MILLER k CO. ' 3 BORDEAUX CLARET.—20 casks, a superior fi •- article, landing from (he barque H. Shelton, and for mile by A 11 ' M1RSH ILL k ROWE. ^ ALT.—1500 sacks Suit, in store and in good or tier, lor sale by duel3 F. SHAW & CO. WAGGONS, DR.WS, fc\— I two horse road Waggon; 1 light Dearborn Waggon; 1 Col ton Dray; 1 Cart, for sale by _ JNO. BY \ V CUNJDHlES.—25<irmdti« ogiae Brandy, 2 > do \ E) Rum; lOlmll pipes Otard. Diipiiv U Co. and .1 .1 Dapuv Brandy; 50 bbls Reel. Whiskey, 15 bbls Monougahela Whiskey, for sale by decl3 P. McCASKILL, 18 Commerce-st. P:»UPLAND HAY AN f) i'( )T A POES.—12s bales prime Portland Hay, 115 bbls prime Port land Potatoes, landing from barque Abby Baker, and for sale by [dec9] J. II. RIVERS. WINDOW GLASS—Assorted sixes,and White Lead in Oil, for sale by \V. D. WILSON, ded3 corner Water and St. Francis-sts. i J! S WA\.\ COFFEE.—100 b'4QHb(*i«t given, new i - cr-.p, l.uiding iVtj 'r • ' , JL 0 > f ' jiedd Brand? cfTerries.—in i> >•.» , a very -.ii perior urlicle, for sale bv decll _ SMITH - DABNEY. Ljl I j( *1 B.—100 barrels Cincinnati flour, in store and for sale by tied 3 _ “ M. D. EH LAVA & CO. t\ INC!NN A’Pi SIDES.—22 casks a line article ' of Cincinnati cared Meat, landingfrom schooner Roane an i for stile by ! decll ’ MARS A ALL & ROWF. H\Y.—300 bales landing from ship Isaac New to i and for sale bv d cl3 W. EDMOND k CO.,96Cow.at. ViriNLS, BRANDIES AND GIN—for sale bv v v W. D. WILSON, decl3 corner Water and St. Francis-sts. PI ‘KI.ED HERRING—A few bbls in store and for sale by _dI3__ CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL. ?17tllSKEY.—301) barrels a choice article o * * Rectified direct from Cincinnati per steamers Express, Mail and Merchant, for sale to arrive by dec! I_ MARSHALL & ROWE. Li^LOUll—150 bbls Superline Western Flour in i store, for sale by CIRODE k WHITE, d0 corner Commerce and Dauphin stsS O/ST BBLS MESS PC*HK, 80 bbU prime Pork, for sale bv dec6 HARRIS k Boss. Pi KE SPERM OIL—90 casks pure Sperm Winter Strained Oil, landing and f irsalehv dec6 WM. H. BUNNELL k r<>. RIO COFFEE.—300 bags, landing from barque Reform, for sale bv dec8_G. ‘WESTFF.LDT & BRO. Raisins.—100 boxes mr. r.»r sale i»v decs_WM. H. BUNNELL A CO. POUT WINE.—5 qr cask* rich bid Port, 20ca ses do, for sale l>y [dec7] J. O’REILEY. LOAF SUGAR.—20 boxes Woolsey’s Loaf, for sale by [dec7] JOHN O’REILEY. XS ADEIRA.—5 t jr rusks B la inly \s London par ticular, for sale by dec7 JOHN O’REILEY. BACON &, SALT.—casks Sides and Shoul ders Cincinnati smoked Bacon, 200 sucks Salt, for sale at low prh.es by der7 P. McCj\SKILL, 18 Commerce-*!. WHITE LEAD.—200 kegs No. 1 iu store and for sale by dec8 W M. H. B U N N ELL & CO. G< >SIIEN Bl J TTER.—17 firkin* choice, landing from barque Reform, for sale by dec8 WM. H. BUNNELL & CO. I^U.OUR.—50 bid* siiperfiiK; landing from srhr. X1 Roane, for sale by decl 1 * MARSHALL & ROWE. YOULE’S SHOT.-200 bags usiorted sizes Ymile’s Shot, jtist received and for sale by ticclO W. KbMONI) It C.., , 96 Cnminerce-st. SUGAR—200 bbls Boston Leaf crushed and pow dered sugar, for sale bv nov29 G. WESTFF.LDT & BRO. SPECIE for sale; apply to ►3 no\30 DESIION,TAYLORfy MYERS. WINES.—200 boxes St. Jtilien, 100 boxes .'Mus cat, on consignment and for sale by GUSTAV US BEAL & CO., dec2 Hagan’s Buildings, Conti-st. ^JTOItAdE.—All k . s of goods taken on Storage l3 at low rates, at the store on Conti street wharf, decl ltf by J. H. RIVERS. KEGS POWDER, 10 cases 1 lb Uanis 1 * "vF tvr do, just received and for sale by decl HUNTINGTON fy CLEVELAND. MARKING INK.—4 bids Ink, for marking Cot ton Bales, just received and for sale by R. L. WATKINS & CO, Druggists, oct20 corner Water and St. Frnncis-sts. ^3 PERM CANDLES.—100 boxes favorite brands ►3 in store and for sale bv DESHSON, TAYLOR & MYERS, novl2 corner Conti and Commercc-sts. W~TnTER SPERM OIL—A few casks Winte Strained Family Sperm Oil, received and for saleby I. C. DuBOSE & CO. Druggists, nlO late Du Bose & Rolf, 39 Water-st. HISKEY & FLOUR.—50 barrels Rectilied ! Whiskey, 65 bbls superfine Flour, for sale by nov25 P. MoLASKILL, 18 Com. si. RIO COFFEE, N. O. Sugar and Flour, lauding from sclir Mobile, and for sale by nov23 JAS. HAGAN, 84 Water st. POTATOES.—300 barrels Northern Potatoes, in good order, for sale bv nuv24 GARDNER & SAGER, 69 Com. st. WTTlTNEY sTrOSE BEANKETS.—600 pair very superior, sizes from 8-4 to 14-4, for sale * dec4 by LATHAM HULL & SON. g JlANO LOUI ES—All elegant article, lor sale 8 low by L). B. CRANE & CO, dec 4 37 Water st. fpOSACCOi—60 k.-gs \ n giniu Lump. Rope— JL 50 coils Kentucky, Ibr sale by •!o< 6 A.'McKINdTRY, 3 Wa(er-«t. N AILS.—350 kegs cut Nails, 4(1 to 20J of supe rior quality, for sale by ducG OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Water-M. UOPE.—11 coils Bale liope, lauding from steam er Alabaiu.i and for sale by dec4 WM. II. BUNNELL CO. l’ORAGK—la lire uroof Warehouse an I Sheds corner Wuteraud St Michael st., on accommo dating terms by (dec 2) J. O’REILKY. FEATHERS.—A prime article of live Geese Leathers, for sale low by 11 4tf 1). B. CRANE & CO. W'AN I’EI),—A good Man Servant, who under stands house work and waiting, wanted hv dec3 GARDNER fit SAGER. I^litESH BUCKWHEAT LLOUR in quarter . and eighth barrels, for sale by CUNNINGHAM fit COLWELL, dec9 75 Dauphin-st. WHISKEY.—200 barrels hourly expected per sclirs. Swan and Elvira, and for sale by dec7 _____ JEREMIAH REA. NEW HAMS—Just received and for sale by dta Cl WING HAM COLWELL. WHISKEY.—140 barrels, forsale by _ tied 1_ SMITH fit DABNEY. SMOKING TOBACCO.—10 barrels Lorrillurd’s very fine, for sale by (l.cll SMITH & DABNEY. WHITE LEAD.—An additional supply of white Lead, now in store, at GATES’S Pharmacy, dccll 136 Dauphin-lit., Mobile. Cl RAPES—la small jars, just received and for W sale by CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL. Cl 1GARS.—30m different brands, for sale by / declO W. EDMOND fit Co., 96 Coni. st. SIX SETTS COACH HARNESS, made (TfUie best materials, for sale by dce8 WM. H. BUNNELL & CO. SPERM CANDLr.fi.—300 boxes New Bedford Candles, for sale bv decG OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Water-st CHEESE—56 boxes landing from barque Reform and for sale by [dlO] JOHN O’REILY. IMJfcHUf i: 8 s £A it 1) H. i i > n i • v & lit >itin si)>, c O M .If / .v N' 7 O JY .1/ /•’ C IIA N T S, No. G, Commei co-st.MaBlLt. J U UIl ODER, GROCERY STORE, No. 21, Government-street,.Mobile. .i. M. U ITHERS i cS C 0 M M / N *Y / U y M ERC IIA iV 7* S, MOBILE, At.a. Office—No. 7, S r. Fk ancis-strklt, Over the Dry Goods store of Wilkinson, Hopkins 4* Co. REFER SVCRSt St. John, Powers A- Co. Mobile. Dr. John Mnrrn*t. I™.. , j: J Mail. J. Forney, > 1M1..I. 1). IluU..JH‘",0n' J. Conolev A Co, Scliua. R.G. Huntley, Lowndes.— [Tus. Flag. ocl4 54fMmo. J7 i. andiu:ws & hr others^ CoM MISS105 M ERCH A N TS, JS' e iv - York . A N L) R E W 8 & BU O T 11 V. R S, Commission Mkrchants, New-Orleans E. L. ANDREWS & CO., Commission M k iichants, Residence of Partners— Mobile, Ala. J. I. Andrews, New-York. 7.. Andrews, Ncw-Orlenus. E. L. Andrews, Mobile. jj- Liberal advances made on Consignments toeither of the above houses. ianlG MOM ELEA CO. -PKI GGlsTil At the Corn it of Dauphin und Royal Stmts. Are now receiving ndditiannl supplies of fresh Drugs and Medicines, of the best quality, which they ofl'er for sale in qunn lilies to suit pHi*chaset’s at moderate price*. JOHN <’. RYAN, * ( Late O'Conner «$’ Ryon,) C O M MISSION M E UCIIANT, ianlG Mobilk Ala. RollEIII’SoSS fc CO., C O M MISSION MERCHANTS, Win. II. Robertson, i Mobile, Ala. Henry Myers, S Jos. E. MurreJl. ) lanlB JNO. It. TO ELM IN, COMMISSION M F. II C IIANT, ianlG :J7 St. Militarist.—MoBIT.F.. OGDEN BROTHERS* COMMISSION M KRCHANTS, ianlG Mobile, Ala. McGRAN & NOONAN, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN IRON, See. ianlG No. (i St. Michael st.—Mobile. aTbatuB & <:o7, Commission Merchants, iVr». 70 Com merer street.—Mt)BILE. Hr Advances made on Cotton shipped to their friends in Europe and the United Sttitt ■. lanlB E. r. CENTER & CO*, Commission Merchants, ianlG MOBILE. GARDNER & SAGER, Commission Merchants, MOBILE. fTT Advances made on Cotton. ianlG b\ SHAW & CO., Commission Merchants, MOBILE, ALA. Franklin Shaw. Guatavus Horton. LAI HI TIT 1 J T I LI 'J oTTnV General Commission Merchants, Mobile, Ala. Wm. Laird. J. Littlejohn. HOLCOMBE, BROTHER & CO., Factors a nu Com mission Merchants, ocil6 No. 39 Front fy Commerce .sts.—Mobile. FRANKLIN W. McCOY, Commission Merchant, innl6 Mobile. CIRODE &. WHITE, Produce,Grocery a Commission Merchants Corner Commerce and Dauphin streets, inn 16 MOBILE, Ala. JOHN SIMPSON & CO“ Factors & Commission Merchants, Mobile, Ala. John Simpson. Henry (J. Canfield. ROBERT HARWELL, Factor and Commission Merchant, inn 16 23 Commerce st.—M o b 11 e . LATHAM SON, Auction and Commission Mkkchats, No. 22 Water Street, Mobile, Ala. Liberal advance* made on conaignmeuu. JEREMIAH REA, Aucion and Commission Merchant, comer Water and St. Michael streets, innlG Mobile. HARRIS & ! LOS s7 Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, iun 10 37 Water street—M o b i I e . !> ESH ON, TA Y L< ill M VERS, G H C G E U 8 and SHIP G 11 A N U L E 11 8, in:. 15 No. 80 Commereest.—MOHII. E. A l ST IN & TARDYT Grocers and Shii1 Chandlers, Corner Commerce and Conti streets, C. II. Austin, > MOBILE. B. Tardy, $ 1). C. LOWBER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES a an PROVISIONS, ianlG 59 Commerce st.—Mobile. J ' JOSEPH HALL & CO., Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Hard Ware,Iron,Nails,Hollow Ware,&c Comer Commerce und Dauptn.i sts. ianl6 MOBILE. R. NORTII, Family Medicine Store, No. 35 Government street, Innl6 opposite the Market.—Mobile. R. L. WATKINS & CO., Comer Water und St. Francis sts.—MOBILE W li o I e s a 1 e Dealers in DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS AND iau 16 Window Glass. ~ 1. C. DUBOSE & CO., ( Late Du Bose <5* Hoff.) Wholesale Druggists, ianl6 No. 39 Water st.—MOBILE. THOMAS S. BATES, No. 60 Water stmt—Mobile. Wholesale & Retal Dealer in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. JOHN K. RANDALL, Dots Skllkk and Stationer, No. 44 Water street.—M o b i I e . C9-A Bookbimlrv is attached to the establishment. Do i; b lY: i) v v h s r: a rs , Wholesale & Retail Dealer* in BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Pocket Cutlery, Music, Fancy Articles, &c. No. 50 Dauphin at.—MOBILE. m- Merchants, Teachers and other*, purchasing in quantities, furnished <m the most liberal term*. lanIC HOUSEHOLD FURMTVllk, DESKS, &c. A general assortment of the a tost styles by J. C. GWIN, 32 Water and 48 Dauphin ttreets, ianl6 * Modii.k. I). S. GREGORY & CO., EXCHANGE OFFICE, ianl6 No. 54 Royal at.—Mobile. MOBILE REGISTER BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE, No. 53 Royal Street, Card*, Circulars, (fund Bills. Steamboat Bills, BIB* Lading, Justice, Notary, Lawyer*, Custom House, Shipping Blanks, Ac. Neatly and E x n « d i t i o u a I v Executed NEGROES FOR SALE—William, a first rate drayman; Mart, and her son, three year* old, first rate cook, washer and ironer; Bill, eighteen years old, good ostler and house servant. Apply to nov24 W EDMON D & CO., 96 Com. st. BEEF—5!) half bbls Mess Family Beef for sale, to arrive per sclir Helen, by dlO HARRIS U ROSS. f| VINNERS OIL.—20 bbls barrels Tanners Oil, X just received and for sale bv R. L. WATKINS & Co, Druggists, uov8 cor Water and Sts. Francis-sts. lYI’ACK.EREL.—25l»bls No. 1—25 hf. bbls Nn.l i-fX 15 quarters; 25 kits, binding from ship Tar quin, for sale by DfcSHON, TAYLOR fy MYERS, nnv2 cor. Coin. & Couii st*. VINEGAR—50 bids cider Vinegar, for sale by nov30 _HARRIS & ROSS. EXTRA WHEELS of every description, for sale dec 2 by J. O’REILEY. NEATS FOOT OIL—Pure Neat-foot Oil, by the gallon or lrottle, for sale bv I. C. DuBOSfc fy CO. Druggists, novlO late Dubose St Roff, No. 39 Water st. ENTUUKY BAGGING.—150 pieces 44 inch large pieces, lauding and in store, for sale by dec7 D. WHEELER, 8 Wator-st. IM HLIC HOl'NKS. WAVi Rl.V HOI'sV: NOTH.’!?; Xcvi Arraignment-P.icrs Urdu id. tllllH Proprietor desirous of rontrihuting to thr « comfort ami convenience of the business commu nity i:i compliance with the wishes of u lar^c major tv of his patrons, will on the 20th inst., introifnce the following arrangement, viz: Breakfast at 7 o’clock until 10$ o'clock. Dinner “ 1 “ “ 5 “ Tea “ 6 “ “8 “ Lidie* Ordinary. Breakfast nt 8 o’clock. Dirncr nt 3 •* Ten at C “ Ratos on Board as follows: Board am! Lodging per day. 2 50 “ “ “ “ week .16 00 “ “ “ ** month.60 00 “ “ “ 3 or more months at.50 00 Board without Lodging per week. .9 00 “ “ “ month.80 00 Dinners per month.20 00 Parties of Gentlemen, Societies, Clubs, kc. can he served with dinners or suppers, nt any time by giving a few hours notice. A munbei of rooms re served and a ladies ordinary prepared expressly for families visiting the city. derl4 12k mo El TAW SE This Hotel is now -iililaW- open, and teady to receive roinpuny us usual. Every exeition on the part of thosubscriber shall he sed to please those who may favor him with their patronage. JAMES PENNOYER. J. P. formerly commanded the steamboat Neptune, iiov 30 90 k mo M< ()NTI~s rREET IKKl’EI." A CARD.—Recent events have made il necessary that I should leave Natchez, and 1 have therefore sc*lopfn<l thin c.itV US 11 place rtsldt.mr, in hopes of obtaining that support which was closed a gamst me there in consequence of losses by five and tornado. I have taken and opened the house on Conti street, known as the CONTI STREET MOTEL, now the property of Mr. McCarty,the panic that was owned hv Mr. John Richardson, and which under his management gained considerable reputation. I promise to moke this house all it should he a home fo’- all those who may patronize the establish ment. I have been thirty odrt years in the swath, twenty three of which 1 have hern occupied in keeping a1 public house in the city of Natchez. 'Pile Coiiti-street Hotel has lie on neatly fitted up, and furnished anew. 'Pile servants are the same that I had in the Natchez Southern Exbhango, and are well accustomed to their business. Tile llote is now ready to receive hoarders, and the undersign ed will Ik* thankful for all patronage that a generous public may think proper to bestow. WILLIAM PARKER. New Orleans, Nov. 1501,1841. nov2884Km, NEGROES.—The subset ilier has on hand and will be constantly receiving from Charleston and Baltimore, NEGROES of every description, which will he disposed of at moderate prices. He will also make liberal advances on Negroes put in his hands for sale, at his place oil Jackson, between Dauphin ami fill. Francis streets. oct22 62taprl *42 JAMES E. ZUNTZ, NOTICE.—'Flie subscriber having purchased the entire stock and trade of Menses. J. Hall 4* Co. begs leave to inform his friends and the public, that he designs keeping a constant anil well assorted supply of IRON, NAILS, CASTINGS, EDGE TOOLS AND FANCY HARDWARE, at the old stand, corner Water & HUnhcock’s Alloy. He hones by unrcinitted attention to merit a share of the liberal patronage heretofore extended .o his predecessors. OYIDE MAZAN6E. nov5 69tf rpiiE undersigned having bold (heir stuck it’ Iron JL and Hardware In Mr. O. MAZANGE, beg leave to solicit for him a conlimiuncc of the palroiuge ui customers. QC5“’l'he ollice of the subscribei is re moved to Church street, first door west of R«yal st. where all those indebted will please call and pay, and all demands presented for settlement. nbuft 6fltf JOSEPH HALt fcfe. RUNAWAY from thesnhserilier nsidiiig ytii in Perry County, Ala., about the 1st (Holier Inst, JACOB, a negro man about twenty-1 wo *<> three years old, a bout live feet 7 or 3 inch es high, quite black and likely, rather slow in his motions, hut speaks quick when spoken to—he for merly belonged to T. C. Waite of Dallas O)., and was by him traded oil in Mobile where Jocou work ed for some time in State Steam Press. HACK or HERCULES, a negro man about 25 or six years old—rather small of stature, say 5 feet 4 to (i inches, and will weigh almut 120 to 30 lbs., rather black and quite intelligent and sprightly, ami will tell a vary plausible tale should he lie apprehended. He is noil ucqunmted in Montgomery Co. where he once .K!|oil*Ji»H— -«*»><! "In" t*t U,i|),|n ivll.T” llO •• ■ 1 in the*"Cotton Press. The ftoute described negroes are believed to lie together and may have made their way for Mobile. A liberal reward will lie paid for their apprehension and deliver} to me at my re sidence in Perry Co. Ala., or if lodged in some Jail so that I get them. dll 6t—lawtf L. (f. C. de YAM PERT. New embroideries.—henry & stod DART, corner of Water and Conti sts., have imported and are now opening, a splendid assortment of Embroideries and Thread Lares, consisting of— Capes, Canezons, Collars, Collarctta, Petit Collars, Clicmeyettes, Stomachers, Infant's Rohce Waists and Capes, Muslin Rulers, (some «>f which arc richly embroi dered, suitable for Wedding Dresses,) Embroidered Shawls, Mourning Collars in great variety, &c, A large assortment ol Thread Laces, Edgings and Iiiscrlmgs, real Valenconues Edgings, Also—Linens, Table Linen, Towelling, Diapers, 12-4 Barnsley Sheetings, Spool Cotton, Scotch Ginghams, &r. &,<•., Figured and plain China Silks, hlk Satin and Satin Turk, Muslin de Laine, &c. All of which they oiler at wholesale or retail cheap cash. dee 1 fpHE SUBSCRIBER has just received— JL 50 cases European and French Prints 100 “ and bales Cotton Osnaburgs Brown and bleached Sheeting and Shirting 25 cases white & grey super Welsh Plains KerseVs, Lhisey*, Denims, Ticking, &.c. 15 bales Blankets, in which arc super, both rib bon bound Whitney, and Mackinaw for beds; Cradle and coarse Duffil and Twilled do —ALSO— 100 cases Kip and Negro Brogans and Boots 175 dozen fur anti water-proof wool Hats 50 do women and children's Palm Lenin Hoods Oriental (new style;) Florence plain and English Straw ladies nnd misses Bonnets, newest shapes all of which, with a grefit variety of other articles in the DRY GOOD way, making au unusual and very ex tensive assortment, which lie offers at wholesale or retail low for Cash fir on short time. Orders of com mission houses, and the custom of purchasers from the country and city is respectfully solicited, nov23 GEORGE G. HENRY. fflHE UNDERSIGNED has in store und recelv A ing per recent arrivals— 120 tons Swedes Iron, well assorted 10 tons German, Cast, Crowley, Shear and blis tered Steel 15 tons Hollow-ware; 500 kegs Cut Nails 200 Ploughs, Chains, Jloes Fan Mills, Corn Shcelers, Straw Cutters, Grind stones and a general assortment of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery which he offers for sale on favorable erms. [dec9] O. MAZANGE,4S Com. st. ONE DEARBORN CARRIAGE & CARRY ALL, square Ixulv waggon. Also, a light trotting Buggy Waggon, landing from hrigCeies, for sale by ]nov24 85ul] JOHN O'KKILEY. rilOBACCO.—50 boxes various brands, for sale 1 dec.4 by LATHAM HULL & SON. CROCKERY.—8 boxes containing each a Din ner and Tea sett complete, of white octagonal ware, fitted to family use, for sale low by CL DAVENPORT & CO, dec 2 31 Com. st. LANDING from brig China and for sale on wharf or in store—150 boxes Codfish, 20 cases galls and half galls Underwoods Pickles, 25 cases Under wood's Lemon .Syrup, for sale by dec7 P. McCASKILL, 18 Coinin. rce-st. CORN.—200 sacks prime white, lauding from steamer Lady of the Lake and for sale by dec 10 L. HULL St SON._ SACKS SALT in bleached sacks, for sale by SMITH &. DABNEY, decll 22 and 24 Commerce-lit. Lon don assurance.—a few copof the above Popular Play, just received and for sale by DOUBLEDAY & SEARS, decll 30 Dauphin-st. IB AY—For sale by rl tteclf M. D. ESLAVA & CO. Herrings and kmptybarrels.—1060 empty barrels, 000 boxes Herrings, lauding from ship Science and for sale hy dec]5 G. DAVENPORT It CO. IN OR SALE—Landing ex selir Belle, Havana, 100 1 bags Prime Green Coffee. Apply to dl3 JOHN GIBSON, 80 Hi. Mi rime 1-st SAL I'—The oargu of tbe ship Lanark, for sale.— Apply to WM. MILLIGAN & CO. ill3 34 St* Michael-st. FIRE BRICK.—50* Pensacola Fire Brick, M. Bonnifan's brand, for sale by d!3 E. C. CENTER & CO. ON CONSIGNMENT ami now landing— 800 barrels prime Potatoes (if)*) bales prime Eastern Ilav 130 bids No’s 1,3 and 3 Mackerel 200 boxes best bran I Sperm Caudles 100 sacks best old Ja\:t Coffee 700 casks Tlioimuton Lime 175 casks white lufnp Lime 20m piinic Northern Bricks 23m sawed Whits Pine Laths 30 m •• “ “ Shingles 20 m dear “ “ Lumber, 1 and 2 inch 2000 bushels Plasttiing Hair 200 boxes prime Codfish 1)0 boxes prime Jmoked licriing 28 hhls prime Ntwaik Cider 50 bids “ “ Apples 25 “ ** pickled Codfish 100 kitts prime Tnngues and Sounds 25 half bbls Halibut Fins 10 halfpipes Holland Gin 10 qr “ “ “ 25 “ “ American Gin and Brandy 100m best Spanish Cigar?, itc. for sale in lots to suit inirslinves, by d* > il J. II. Kl \ F.RS. Brandi . gin, EjB and w hiskei 50 quarter casks Seigueite, Pellervoisiu, and American Brandy 2 pipes Holland, tml 10 bids American Gin 20 bids New England Bum 60 do old Kccliied Whiskey 10 do old Monangnlieln R\e Whiskey, in store and for sale Very low, by CIRODF. & WHITE, d0 corner Commerce and Dauphin sts. PRINTS, CLOTHING,’ 13 cases Madder Prints, 8cases rolUnndc, kersey and deny pan taloons; kersey jackets*, white, fancy mil sniped j Shirts; 4 cases ribbed and plain Kersey*; 4 bales . whitney and fancy end Blankets; 20 bales 8-4 aud 4-4 brown Slmting; 5 cases blenched 4-4 do; 2 cases Shirting Stripes; 1 case I.udies white Hose, for sale _decS__by \V.\I. H. BUNNELL & CO. DACOiV.—22 casks Sides and Shoulders. Mo -U lasses-—23 bbls in fine order. Sugar—10 lihds y prime article, landing from Lady of the Lake and for min by [dec 10] L. HULL k SON. NEGROES FOR SALE.—A Negro Woman and her two inale children, one about 4 years, and the other about 2 years old, sold for no fault. The woman is a first rale cook, washer aud ironer. For terms, apply to CIRODF & WHITE, decS corner Com. aud Dauphin-sts. REMOVAL.—The snhscriliers have removed to * Mr. Hogan’s new buildings in Conti street— Office second floor. nov27 88tf GARDNER & SAGER. NOTICE.—All persons indebted to the subscri ber for goods sold on commission, or as agent, whose accounts have been standing sixlv days, will please make payment on or before the 10th inst. dccl ltf * J. II. RIVERS. PI RE W INTER SPERM OIL.—15 tierees and bbls in store, for sale by decH WM. H. BUNNELL & CO. C1IGARS.—80m Regalias, 10m Canones, on cun * signment and for sale by GUSTAV US* BEAL & CO., dec.2 Hagan’s Buildings, Conti-st. LAG! IRA COFFEE.—70 bogs, landing from schr Mandarin from Baltimore, and for sale by dec 2 J. O’RKILEY. PATE DE REGNAULD.-—A pleasant and ef fectual relief for coughs, colds, hoarseness, &c. Received and for sale by I. C. Du BOSE & Co, nov 20 late IduBosn & Rolf, 39 Water st. CHAMPAGNE .V* RAISINS.—20 boxes of the well known Anchor brand, boxed bunch Mus catel Raisins, lauding from ship Alabamian, fur sale by GUSTAV I S REAL & CO., tlec2 Hagan’s Buildings, Conti Hit. 171 LOUR £ WHISKEY —800 bbls tflour, a «u - perior article; 100 bbls old Mommgahclu Whis key; 100 bids old Rectified Whiskey, landing from steamboat Alabama and for sale by dec8 ELLIS & GREEN, 68 Cotndterce-sL LETTER I’APER.—300 reams, for s.d<- hv nut Id LATH A M HULL & SON. Bagging, rope £ twine.—500 pitoe* Kentucky Ragging, 400 coils Kentucky Rope, 2 boxes Kentucky Twine, lauding and for sale by dec6 OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Waier-st. WINES AND COFFEE.— lie subscribers of fer for sale the following invoice of goods se lected by on experienced individual expressly for this market— 4 quarter casks Madmin Wine 1 pipe Sicily Madeira Wine, 4 quarter casks Port Wine 1 J* Jo Jo t*n Page k Co i .h * do do, U . » ,, . At j , 20 bags Government Jo-# “ Pi'""'' *** L jL n26 WHITAKER k BA^l’SON.Ql St.Krnnris-Bt CLARET.—10 casks Latour, 75 boxes I’.'.iliac, 90 boxes Lmlon, 80 boxes Mcdoc, 20 boxes St. Estephc, 25 boxes Chateau Maigeaux, 25 boxes Chateau La title, for sale by dec.6 OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Water st. BRANDY.—2lmlf pipes old llenncssce, 2 half pipes 1806 Cognac, 1-4 cask 1805 superior od, 5 half pipes J. J. Dupiiv & Co. do, on consignment and for sale by GUSTAVU8 RKA(L & Co., dec2 Hagnn’s Buildings, Couti-st. NOW LANDING from the Wetumpka, and for sale at Gates’s Pharmacy, Linseed Oil, Copper as, Whiting, Sash 'Pools, Gold Leaf, Alcohol, &c no\26 |%jrADDER-Prime Dutch, Ombro and French 1*JL FFF Madders, landing and for sale by I. C. DuBOSE &. CO. Druggists, nlO late DuBose A RofV, 39 Waler-st. ACCAKONl VERMICELLI.—20 boxes Maccaroni and 20 bxs Vermicelli, in store and for sale by DESHON, TAYLOR & MYERS, iiov12 corner Commerce and Conti-sts. GOMBO sassafras.—A supply of Gumbo, prepared with the greatest care, just received and for sale ill quantities to suit put chasers, at uov26 GATES’S Drag Store. J"jibWDEIt & SHOT.-200 Bags Shot; 100 Kegs Powder; 1000 lbs Lead For sale by oeift 5?tf) CALVIN KEITH. ^VANISH INDIGO—600 lbs finest Spanish In digo, lauding ex ship Edwina, for snle by I. C. DuBOSE & CO. Druggists, nlO late DuBose & Rolf, 39 VVater-st. HALE’S TOBACCO—160 boxes and half do Halo’s superior Tobacco,and other brands, jus received per sehr John A. Lancaster, on consign ment, and for sale on liberalterms by not22 W. EDMOND & CO., 96 Com. st. tNOR SALE.—A first rate Family Horse, with a l single Barouche and Harness. Also, a neat Buggy Waggon new, with harness complete. novl6 W. EDMOND & Co., 96 Commerce-st SPA RAG US ROOTS.—A few hundred of the finest Giant Aspnrngus Roots, far sale low. I. C. DUBOSE & CO., Druggists, mo*'lft 39 Waler-st. OAA SACKS SALT—for snle bv F. SHAW '& CO. ocl8 56if 68 Cominerce-st. INTER SPRAINED SPERM OIL, of su perior quality, just received and for sale by dec 10 MOSELY & CO. 1(1 CASKS CINCINNATI BACON SIDES, l’* landing from steamer Merchant and fo sale by n.iv-20 JEREMIAH REA. PORTSMOUTH HAY AND POTATOES — 250 bales l>est «|iiality Portsmouth I lay, 250 bids best <|uulity Portsmouth Potatoes, lauding from ship Venice and for sale by dec9_ J. H. RIVERS. PRINTS—3() eases of Fall River Prims of a va riety of patterns and quality, just received and for sale by ' [d*] J. 15. TOULMIN,868t. Mielmcl-st WHITE LEAD—100 kegs No. 1 Philadelphia VVh. Lead, for sale by CIRODE k WHITE, d9 corner Commerce ttnd Dauphin sts LETTER PAPER.—5'J reams superior English Linen Letter Paper, on consigiunent and for sale by GUSTAVUS BEAL k CO., dec2 Hagan’s building*, Conti-*t. FRESH 'PEAS.—Lauding from slop Alabamian —100 13II» boxes Imperial 100 61b boxes Imperial, 30 61b Iwixes Hyson, for sale by GUSTAVUS BEAL k CO., dec2 Hagan’s Building*, Conti-st. Cl OEPEE—75 lings new crop Green Rio J 20 do old government Java, for sale by [nov29l JNO. C. RYAN. Ti W j~CORDS OAK WOOD, for sale ut $4 pe I. v/*-Fcord, in lots to suit purchasers, by .,ov30 I>. C. LOWBER k CO., 59 Coin. st. OAA PIECES KENTUCKY BAGGING, coils Kentucky Rope, for sale by novO 70if JAMES IIAGAN,31 Water-st. LCOHOL, &c.—10bids Alcohol,200do* Sulph (Quinine; English Calomel in Ih bottles; Spir its T.irpentine and Chrome Green, now landing, for sale by fdoclO]MOSELY k CO. BACON & l'ORK.—20 hlids Cincinnati smoked Sides and Shoulders, 24 libls mess Pork, re ceived on consigutneet per steamer Soulheruor and for sale by CIRODE & WHITE, dec3 corner Com. and Dauphin-sts. f|A\ FK, PRESSES, INK, Su*.—The under*igu cl. Agents fur Messrs Wrn. Ilagnr & CuV old established Type and SiereotYjie Foundry, are pre pared to receive orders fur all description* of Tyj>c, plain and ornamental; Presses, Ink, and all other materials used in printing. S|*ecinicn Book?, comprising a lnrg£ Variety o( new Type uml Ornaments, ran bo seen ntlhe store, corner of Water ami Conti streets. \\ M. II. Bl NNI I I. k CO. P A I NTER’S DIAMONDCEMENT—An iovai In.tide discovery for joining broken glass, china* earthenware, cabinet work, and fancy articles of c»‘ ery description. This cement i* acknowledged to he sttnorior to any tiling of the kind eve. offered to the public. Its extreme strength is remarkable, ns also the variety of purposes to which it may I e applied. It resists wet—will stand an ordinary degree of heal, and its hardness, when set, is truly astonishing.— The great facility of using it, no mixing or prepara tion being required, is a strong recommendation in its favor. In luct, it requires only to he known, to be found in use in every family. For inending broken glass, china, &c. it succeeds wonderfully, ns the joints show but little. Many ar ticles of this kind, that hut for this discovery would be entirely useless, nm> l>e securely and firmly unit ed, uml become as useln! ns when new. The leaves ol books, pasteboard, fancy articles in tortoise shell or cabinet work, may be neatly mended with it. To prevent imitations, which would disappoint the purchases and bring into disrepute the genuine arti cle, the public are requested to observe the signature of the proprietor, “ \V. B. Paimtkr,” written on the wrapper of each bottle. Sold in bottles at 25 and 50 cents each, by the I Propairtor. \V'. winter. No. 23, 3d Avenue, N . ! York; also, In bah »nu f>r H"v29 * .T^/j’F.y, . vt|;Uist, Mobile, Alu. WI IARF Nt »TM 'F—When hi, muib inconven ience and great loss is experienced by the pro prietors of the wharves, from the present mode ol shipping upward freight, notice is hereby given that from and after the first day of November next, no dray will lie permitted to enter uprn any of the wharves with merchandise for shipment, without the drayman first delivering to the wharfinger—who will attend for that purpose—a written acknowledgment Irom a responsible shipper, resident in the city, of liability for the wharfage, or payment of the same made in cash. ncpIS46tljan A.J. JUDE, Wharfinger* r | ^ C A KM E Lie H CON K ECT ION A R Y—The A • subscriber has the honor to inform the I.adies ami Gentlemen of Mobile that he has now on hand uml will constantly keeps full supply of every kind ol COSFKC"TIONAIUKS, FltUITS, CaNDIKS AND CAKKS of the best quality and of his own manufacture, such as he has heretofore had the pleasure to furrish them; nil of which lie will sellat wholesale or retail, for the lowest prices for cash. lie also lias a largo assortment of RtAT. Havana Cigars ,of the most approved brands, which will give delight to the lovers of a good article. Country Dealers supplied on the most moderate Terms. T. CARMELICH, S. E. corner of Dauphin and St Emanuel sts Of k BAGS BLACK PEPPER--10bugs Spice, cJ" " 20 hags Race; (linger, just received and for sale by R. I,. WATKINS & Co. Druggists, nov& cor Water and St. Francis-sts. HAMS.—10 casks, a good article, received to day pur Htoamer W. W. Fry, for sale by der.2 MARSHALL & ROWE. C~ A O RPO R ATI ON () R D ERS .^^5000 in Corpo.. J ration Orders* in sums to suit purchasers, for sale by sept 17 471f J. K. COLLINS, CAR A N BERRIES fy MACKERfL.—15 half & ^ tjr bills Cranliemcs, 30 half and qr bids No. 1 Mac kerel. for sale by novl8 76lf P. McCASKILL, 18 Com. tt, J,A RESII WARRANTED GARDEN SEEDS. —The subscribers arc now in receipt of tltcir an nua! supply of Garden Seeds, embracing every variety in general use. They will warrant eveiy Seed sold by 'hem to be fresh, well matured, and of the fret selection. 1. C. DUBOSE & CO., Druggists, novl3 late DuBose & Rn(T. M. SUPERIOR REGALIA CIGARS for sale by nnv6 fi. WESTFM.PT k BRO. rillN PLATE.-51 boxes Tin Plate of various A brands, lor sale by nov 15 77tf 11. L. REYNOLDS,G6 Water-*!. 1 OH |,,Ef;KS MAYSVLLLE BAGGING; Jl 75 coils Rope,—just received and for sale by [oci8 67] CALVIN KEITH. 17^LOWER RCKITS — MOSELY & CO,“Drug gist*, at the corner of Dauphin and Royal *U., have received by the Mary Silsby, a small collection of Bulbous Roots, consisting of Dahlias, Tn*»|««, Hyacinth*.Grown Turnerlala. Anemone*, !»■•*, Croftfs n'mu , wt 27 IjNXTRA k'::1" cluXi*. |“ liritiuniiia" IA brand; also Trubueos, landing from schooner Belle, from Havana, uml for sale for cash only, by nov25 HO J. G. MICHAELOFFHKY,39 Royal at. POTATOES.—1<M) barrels Northern, for sale low from tile wharf, apply to nov2 JNO. C. RYAN, cor Conti 1jr Water-*!. ' BROOMS.—60 dozen assorted, for sale by ,|,.c4 lit' l». U. CIIANK k CO. j CHOARS.—A lot of superior quality, j"«i raceit* J ceived and for *ale by dec 18 W. I). ESLAVA & CO. B' UCKWHEAT.—7D package* in 1-8 and 1*4 bids made fine new Wheat, for sale by riecll JOHN OMIEILEY. Ail RESH HAMS—Just received and for sale by I1 ill:! ( I .NMNGIIAM & COLWELL*. PERM CANDLES AND SOAP. 100 boxes New Bedford Sperm Candles; 150 boxes No. 1 Soap, for sale by [dec13] JNO. C. RYAN. SADDLES.—A consignment of about 6 dozen, for sale at very low prices by dec 11 JOHN o’RKILKY. WINES, (OKDIALS, &c.-30 casks Bor deaux Claret; 875 cases do do 10 bid* white wine Vinegar 12 cases assorted Cordial*, 5 do Absynthe 10 cases fine i'siephe Claret 25 ba*kets Anisette 10 ca*e* fine St. J alien Claret 7 ease* Sweetmeats, landing and for sale by der.13 WM. 11. BUNNELL k CO. TWLIW FANCY GOODS.—All assortment colored Xv and Black Silks, Black and eolM Mousbne de Lanes, French Prints, Fancy Handkerchiefs and Shawls, Kid and Fillet Gloves & Mitts, Linen Camb.IidkfH Silk Hosiery, &c. just received and for sale by THOS. S. BATES, octl3 68lf No. GO Water-st. CARRIAGES, BUGGY WAGONS, &c.—6 handsome well finished city built Buggy* 1 handsome spume top Carriage 1 handsome Barouche 2 second hand Carriages 1 light Trotting Wagon, 6 set Harnes*, for sale dec 11_JOHN O’KEILKY. Wli have on hand a supply of COOKING STOVES worthy of attention, ou account of economy—convenience and cumlort. CUMMINS, HOGAN & 8NOTV. n27 20 Commerce stmet. BONNETS.— A large assortment,amongstwhich are ladies and misses American and English plain Straw and Tuscan, English Willow, Cyprus, Orientul Leghorn, Modena and Silk Bonnets; white ami colored Palin Leaf Hoods, &c. for sale by <!ed7 GEO. A. ARNOLD, 43 Water-st. French artificial flowers.—a few dozen very superior French Flowers, for sale by dec7 GEO. A. ARNOLD, 53 Wntcr-st. ORANGES, PINEftAPPLES k BANANAS.— 10m Oranges, 100 Pine Apples, 100 bunches Bananas, loading from brig Canton from Matanzas and for sale, by [dccl 1 ff J J. H. RIVERS* QQA BOXES BORDEAUX CLARET, 60 O'W*/ Idids N O Sugar, for sale hv dec9 JAMES HAGAN, 26 Conti-st. I.MONDS AND RAISINS—Just received and for sale by dec7 CUNNINGHAM k CALDWELL. HERRING.—No. 1 fresh, just received and for sale by ck»c7 CUNNINGHAM k CALDWELL. LIME.—500 casks TUomaston Lime, this day landing from brig Homer and for sale by dec7 _ J. H. RIVERS. OLL AN I>i<Vl N, Ac.—10, q r pipes best Hol land Gin; 4 qr pipes French Brandy, this day landing and for sale low from the wharf by dec7 J H. RIVERS. ^ COILS NORTHERN ROPE, manafac 4 vJl/ lured from Russia Hemp; 250 pieces Ala bama Bagging; 103 pieces Briggs Bagging, for sale by W. D. WILSON, dee.13 corner Water and St. Francm-st*. COFFEE.—100 sacks Huvana Coffee, 100 do Rio do, 75 do Java do. For sale by nov 26 SMITH k DABNEY. COFKEE—100 Ivags new cropGreen Rio CoHVe; '80 bugs old government Java do., f*r sale by nov2 J. C. RYAN, «or Conti k Water-*!*. E MIJ OH N S.—100 each of 1, 2, 3 amltft g»*Ts, fur sale by [decll] JOHN O’REILEY ELECT SCHOOL—A belect School will be opened in this city on Thursday, 21st October inst. under the care of the Kir. 8. R. Wriqht and Lady, in the building on Government street, formerly occupied by Mr. Kemble. The number of pupils will be limited to forty, and under no circumstances will there be a departure from this rule. No efforts will be wanting to rr.eke the institution on elevated school of intellectual dit ciplive, sound learning and moral culture, ard at the same time to furnish the best facilities for an orv.a ttuntai uud polite education. Lessons will he given on the guitar, piano and harp by Mrs. Wright, and in the other branches of the ornamental department b* a lady who has been for several years a highly ap proved teacher in the celebrated Troy female semi nary. Vocal music will be taught to the school according to the system of Mr. Lowell Mason, of Boston, with out additional charge. The academic wdlconsist of two consecutive sej. •ions, and thus afford on opportunity to the pupils t » be absent from the city during the sickly summer months, without inieruption to their course ofstuJv. No scholorwill be received who cannot rend wish —and those somewhat advanced will he greatly pre ferred. Hates of tuition made kuown at die com mencement of the school. REFERENCES. Rev. W. T. Hamilton Mean s. Hurrison A Blair Rev, S. S. Lewis _ T Hen.T. P. Harris Mo.ItS. Messrs. T. A J. Sanford Wm. Sayre. Esq. Rev. T.S. Witherspoon, Greensboro. Rev. Robert Nall, Marion. Mob le. Oct 80. 1841. T%J OT ICE—The Misses GRAN DIN respectfully 1 v inform the chitons of Mobile, that they will open a BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL, on the ISthinat. in the dwelling one door west of the Hatton Academy . Government-si, in which they proffer to all who may be placed under their care, a thorough and systematic education in the solid branches; and from their long experience in this employment, they Ratter themselves they shall enjoy n liberal patronage. The year will be divided intotwo sessions of leur months euch, after which, ii the season continues healthy, two months will he devoted to the ornamental branches. English Department $80. French upon the most approved plan #30. Music with singing $40. Reference—Rev. T. II. Capers; James Seabnry, Lag.__ _ nl3^ PRNMAIBKIIIP. MU. BOYLAN takes leave to inform soch ns are not great proficients in Penmanship,that lie will give instructions in this art, at hia Academy, Govern ment street, between the hours of 7 and 9 o'clock, tivo nights in each week. And he unliesiliungly engages to change, in a course of TtetU* Lttiont, die most stiff’, cramped, deformed or irregular scrawl, into a style at once hold, free, easy and elegant. I.ndies wishing to take a course of lessons, but finding it inconvenient to call at the Academy, will bo attended at their residences. Tanns moderate. n4 Two convenient Dwellings, having each four _HJ(Lrooms, and kitehea room, an the north side of Goutt street,between Roysl and St. Etnnnuelsts. Also—Three rooms suitable for offices or sleeping apartments, in the buiditig adjoinhig the above dwell ing. Rent moderate. Apply to «>f» _ J. EMANUEL. Jtok KOlt KENT—Three Stores, No. 15, 17, 19 Jftj"jLnn east side of Water street. They will ba rented separately, or together, and is a desirable loca tion for any business. Also—The Store No. 10. on west aide of Water street, late in the occupation of Obear A Phillips. Also— An Office over the store of D. Wheeler, No 8 Water street. The above premises will be rented nt very low rants. Apply to [r.6] J. EMANUEL. MKOK It ENT.—That desirable country resi dence nt Summerville, formerly in the occu pancy of N. F. Williams, Esq. and possession given on 1st November. Apply at tha Merchants’ Insu rance Oo’g. Office, St. Francis at. [o20. MFOR It ENT—That desirable Office or Store on the lowei floor of the building west side of Royal, near Conti street—lately occupied by Cuthbert A Stanley. Also A brick Warehouse on St. Micha el street, oppo site J. U. Touliuin, capable of storing 1000 bales of cottou. Also a store on St. Michael street, now occupied by Jn G. Davis A Co., with two large offices on the second floor. Also two three atory buildings on Wator street ad joining the Merchants and Planters Journal Office— with counting rooms in the second floor. Apply to nctll __J. EMANUEL. JOH N HKAuAW A ID. 27 Dauphin street, offer foi sale j 50 cases bro. drab plain Hats 50 do do black do 50 do do rorum do 25 do fashionable fur do 35 do do aiik do ^Tig XlalminH. V ' >W *nJ 100 case* Russet Brogan*; 80do Kip do 25 do thick Boots; 20 do tin* do 40 do Women’s fine Shoes; 20 do Men’s do 15 do Children’s do do oct8 ajaT HATS AND BONNETS—The subscriber is now receiving a largo assortment of Hats and straw goods, amongst which, are ms follows : 50 eases Men’s fash. Beaver and plain blk. Hats. 25 “ “ wide brim *• “ *4 25 " " ** “ 44 drab 44 10 44 14 4 4 fashionable silk 44 150 doz Palm Leaf Hoods, with a great variety of ladies’ and misses Leghorn and plain straw Bonnets; shell, horn and ivory Combs; band boxes, artificial Howers. blocks, Ac. For sale cheap for cash or good paper,by OKOi A* ARNOLD, 43 Waiey-at ^ AT K. Roll 111 NSON 8 CHEAP VAKIK TY STORE—Just received per ship Hector, a large assortment of fashionable and low crowned broad brimmed Black end White Gentle men's HATS. Ai.so—Fine Husain Benver, and low priced Hnts. Likewise, received per barque He bron, nn assortment of fine and coarse White Linen mid Cotton Shirts; do Flannel Shirts: which will he sold very low for cash, at the sign of the Mammoth Boot, corner of Water and Government streets. Often. (“^ HEAP AS T~HE~CHEAPEST.—New'Go^d*— J Just received at ROBINSON A STUART’S Cheap Variety Store, corner of Government and Wa ter-streets, a general assortment of Ready-made CLOTHING, HATH, If I A BOOTH, SHOES, ami - mJ DRY GOODS, direct from the manufactories, and for sale at the latent pricea for noth. Please call and ex amine, at the sign of the Maininotli Boot. n16 C40TTON OSNABERGS AND SHIRTIN(*S— j 75 bales Petersburg manufactory, received* John A. Lancaster, at low prices, by i,22 G. G. JOHNSON, 42 Water tu 13RINTERS' PAPER, Ac—We have Paper for . Printers, of all the usual sizes ; also Just received 44 Superfine Packet Post, blue,” for Pncea-Carrent, Bills, and Bills of Lading, plaiu ; also, a supply of the same kind, ruled, for invoices, bills, Ac. nl5 MINOR A RUSSELL, 13 Water-st. rriOBACCO—100 bxs Saunders’ Tobacco, various JL qualities, embracing a lot sa;d to be the finest •ver shipped to this market; for sale by? nil) RIVES BATTLE A CO. PEASE CANDY.—A supply of Pease celebra. ted, Clarified Essence of Hoarhouud Candy, juat received and for sale by I. C. DU BOSE A CO., n20 late Du Boso A Hoff, No. J9 Water-st. BONNETS—30 cases ussorted|Honnets, just re ceived per barque Abbot Lord, and for sale by nl5 JOHN BRAOAW A CO. 27 Dauphin at. LOWELLOSN AB BROS h COTTON ADE8 — 160 bales Lowell Cottons, on hand and expected daily per brig New England front Boston, direct from the manufacturers and embracing—Nos. 1, 2, 3. 7 Osntibnrgs; heavy Cottonades; 5 cases Fancy Cot lonades. The aileniion of the city mid country mer chants is called to these goods, of which s Urge sup ply will be kepi on hand at all limes, and sold at fac tory prices and expenses, for cash or approved city paper. n26 if C. DELLINGER, 76 Commcrce-at. LINSEED OIL—13 casks for sale, to arrive per ship Alabamian. Apply to ! n23 WHITER It A SAMPSON, 21 St. Francis-st. DOMESTICS—45bales 4 4 Sheetings, for sale by WHITAKEIl A SAMPSON, n23 21 St. Francis-st. JO. CALCINA gives to every body that likes a good Cigar, that lie bus the very be*t,ut his Bur lier Shop on Royal street of all varieties. He would puff them himself, hut who ever tastes them will think any other puffing insipid! Come and try “You next.**_ _ _ deed SWEET MALAGA WINE.—30 qr casks, land ing and for sale by dec!_WM 1L BUNNELL A CO. ON DON PORTER,—Laudiug ex ship Hogarth from Liverpool, for sale by 1.0v20 _J AJBKS HAQAN, 84 Watcr-st. I” jjLOUOHS—We have just received a supply o? Palmer A M'Cormick's Plongha, from tbu Rich mond manufactory, Nos. 1, 6 and 8. , i.22 MINOR A RUSSELL, 13 Water at. BROGANS'AND BOOTS—50 cases Kip Bro gans ; 40 do Russett do ; 25 do thick Boots, for sale low by G. G. JOHNSON, n92 42 W ater-st. up stairs. UUAR AND FLOUR—12 hhds prime eld Hu. gar; 65 bbls a. f. Flour, for sale by nov29P. McCASKILL, 18 Cat, rt. WANTED,—A secondhand Countsr from 20to 80 feet long, with or without drawers. Apply at 48 Dauphin street, to dec7 J. H. RIVERS.