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SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1. POST OFFICE, TUSCALOOSA, 7 , December 10, 1830. y NORTHERN MAIL arrives at this officeou Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 o’clock T.M., and closes on the same tve niSOUTH0ERNkMAIL arrives on Wedni-silays ^d Satur days at 6 o’clock P.M. and closes on 1 hursdays aud Sundays ^EASTERN MAl’L“n.gW..bin«on. Vernon, Ac arrive. c„T«d.y. .nd Friday. « o'.loe!, P M. and el«e. on Wednesdays and Saturdays at (Jo clock in thi ertning. The same mail via Coosnda. Centreviile, fce. arrives on Yriday at 9 o’clock A.M and closes on the same day at 0 ° \VFSTERN MAIL via Columbus and Pickens C. H. ar Friday .."’clock P.M. and cloaca on .he .ame ere. "p&KVIU.EMAIL ,i. fayelte C.H. and Hollxr.., arrive, on Monday at • o'clock P.M. and closes on tlic same evening “MOULTON MAIL ri. Walker C.H. arrive, on Thund.y RfiS** M- "Ul' ClTEVEN'poraWEa“.«linP.”'.12 Alexander Buckner has been elected Uniti d States Senator, in Missouri, by a majority of 34 to 27 votes over Governor Miller, to serve for 6 years after the 4th of March next. Mr. Barton was not put in nomination. St. John’s Day.—This masonic festival was celebrated in a handsome manner by the fra ternity of this place, on the 2*th ult. A pro cession was formed at the Lodge room at half past 10 o'clock, from whence they proceeded to the Episcopal Church. Service was intro duced by singing the following appropriate anthe n, written for the occasion: To Heaven’s high Architect nil praise, All gratitude be given, , Who deign’d the human soul to raise By secrets sprung from Heav en— Now swells the choir in solemn tone, And hovering Angels join; Religion looks delighted down, When votaries press the shrine. Blest be the place! thither repair The true and pious train: Devotion wakes her anthems there, And Heaven accepts the strain ! •i Our Rev. Brother Muller, of the Epis copal Church, delivered a feeling and impres sive discourse on the occasion, setting forth the beneficial effects of the institution, in a truly Christian spirit of universal charity and good will. Although he evinced a warm de votion to the cause of Masonry, his language • was so conciliating and inoffensive, that even the most scrupulous opponent could scarcely take exceptions. We regret that a press of other matter compels us to omit its publica tion this week. The ladies displayed much taste in fitting up and adorning the Church with festoons of evergreen, and they gave the highest possible finish to the picture by attending in goodly numbers themselves, to witness the solemn and interesting ceremonies. Service was clos ed by singing the 133d Psalm— ' How vast must their advantage be, How great their pleasure prove, Who live like brethren, and consent In offices of love! 3 True love is like that precious oil, Which, pour’d cn Aaron’s head. Ran down his beard, and o’er his robes Its costly moisture shed. 3 ’Tis like refreshing dew, which does On Hermon’s top distil ; Or like the early drops that fall < >n Sion’s fruitful hill. 4 For Sion is the chosen seat, Where the Almighty King The promised blessing has ordain’d, And life’s eternal spring. The system of separate confinement adopt ed in the new Penetentiarv of Philadelphia, some particulars of which have been publish ed in this paper a year since, appears thus far, to have answered every purpose expected from it. So far from its being considered by the inmates a system of cruelty, one of them, whose term of imprisonment is about expir ing, has made application not to be set at li berty until next spring; and the effect on another, whose term has expired, is believed to be an entire reformation. The Physi cian of the institution, Dr. Franklin Bache, states that the convicts enjoy their health, are comfortable, and is perfectly satisfied that the entire seclusion of criminals from all association with their fellow criminals, is al together compatible with their profitable em ployment at useful trades, and with the pre servation of their health. The system is yet an experiment; but should it succeed, as these facts induce the belief that it will, it will be the means, most probably, of effecting a ge neral reform in Penitentiary punishment. Sax'. Georgian. The Oswego Palladium states that an indi vidual, a political anti-mason, during the late - election, declared that “it was the sincere wish of his heart, that he could see in this country a thousand instancesrf the tortures of the Inquisition inflicted upon adhering masons, where there ever was one in Spain. ” If, (adds the Palladium) any person doubts the truth of this statement we can give him or them names, time and place, by being called upon at our office. PRESBYTERIAN’ CHURCH. ON the 3d of January next, the PEWS of the new Presbyterian Church will be sold or rented at the hour of 10 o'clock. Bid ding will take place in the Church, and the citizens ar.e requested to attend. 2w 38 OUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.—The lot on which IVm. A. McDaniel resides, with its appurtenances are for sale. Those wishing to purchase such property will find it to their interest to examine the above. For terms apply to Mr JAMES HOGAN, dec 25 10w38* DAVID C. McDANIEL. ONEY FOUND.—A sum of money, worthy the attention of its owner, was found in my house about the 1st inst. It can be had by applying to the subscriber, living in Carthage. A satisfactory description of the money and payment for this advertisement, will be required. 4w38 TES CHARNER HOBSON. • CAUTION—I hereby forwam all persons from trading for or otherwise receiving a note of hand given by me to E. C. Hanes, dated, I think, m the month of May last, for the sum of one hundred and eighteen dollars; as the whole amount of said note has been paid, and I am determined not to pay it again unless compelled by law. JOHN BROSS. Carthage, Dec. 13, 1830. _5w38. N" OTICE.—A negro man slave named Daniel, about forty-five years of age, taken up as a runaway in the county of Ma rtngo, and State of Alabama, and advertised according to law, and no owner came forward to claim the said slave—I shall therefore, a greeable to the statute in such case made and provided, offer said negro for sale at public auction, at the Court-House in Linden, on the first Monday of Fubruary next drtU SB THOS. ADAMS Shf. “ Dam Vivimus Vivamus I^HE proprietors of the BANK COFFEE HOUSE take pleasure in informing their friends that they have just received, di rect from New-York and Mobile— OLD MADEIRA WINE, OLD IRISH WHISKEY. NEWARK CIDER, Choice Spanish SEGARS, 12 Baskets CORDIAL, 6 Kegs da. Wine and Stoughton's BITTERS, CHERRY BRANDY, S000 Pickled OYSTERS, (best quality,) Butter Crackers, and Cheese, Onions and Potatoes, Balogna Sausages, Paper Tobacco, Rupee and Macaboy SNUFF. All of which they invite their friends to call and taste. [dec. 18 37 HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES.j JUST RECEIVED, ■C. CASES Gentlemen’s fine Beaver HATS, W 10 “ do middling 8c low priced do 10 “ SHOES, assorted, 2 “ best Philadelphia BOOTS. 1 “ Gentlemen’s Prunella PUMPS. A large supply of Ladies’ Morocco, Lea ther, and Prunella BOOTS and SHOES. For sale at reduced prices by declO ANDREWS 8c BROTHERS. GUM ELASTIC OVER-SHOES. JUST received per barge Eliza, an assort ment of GUM ELASTIC OVER SHOES, which will be sold low forca^h. declOFOSTER 8c CONROW. TUSCALOOSA WHISKEY. 5bbls. Tuscaloosa whiskey, ist quality, just received per barge Eliza, or sale by [declO] N. HUGHES. JEFFERSON’S WORKS. JUST received the WRITINGSof THO: JEFFERSON, in 4 vols. 8vo. Also, a few copies of .IEEEERSOjV'S MANUFL. For sale by [declO] D. WOODRUFF. LEGHORN HATS. 6 CASES Ladies’and Misses’ LEGHORN BONNETS, assorted qualities. For sale cheap by declO ANDREWS Sc BROTHERS. HATS. JUST received per barge Eliza, a large assortment of first quality Brewster’s fashionable BEAVER HATS. Also, Ladies’ superior CAMBLET CLOAKS, together with many other articles in our line. declO COOK 8t ELLIS. cuothing. WE have just received several cases of Gentlemen’s Ready Made Clothing. —ALSO— 80 Gentlemen’s Camblet 8c Plaid CLOAKS, 50 Ladies’ do do do declO ANDREWS 8c BROTHERS. AVHISKEY. 5BBLS. Old MONONGAHELA WHIS KEY, just received and far sale low. dec3 35 N. HUGHES. EXCHANGE. BILLS ON NEW-YORK, for sale by dec 13_COOK 8c ELLIS. EXCHANGE. Bills on new-york, PHILADELPHIA, and MOBILE, for sale by declO ANDREWS 8c BROTHERS. EXCHANGE. Bills on new-york, NEW-ORLF.ANS, and MOBILE, for salebv novlS.JNO. O. CUMMINS. SAMUEL ST.JOHN, JR. Having taken joshua b. leavens into copartnership, the business here after will be conducted at Mobile, Ala. under the firm of ST. JOHN if LEAVENS. Sept. 30, 1830. _30 COMMISSION BUSINESS. Alexander pope 8c son continue as heretofore the transaction of Commis sion Business in Mobile. They tender their services to the Planters and Merchants in the up country generally, in the sale of Cotton, and purchase of Goods; and pro mise a punctual attention to the business which may be confided to them, nov 26 12m COMMISSION BUSINESS. THE subscriber solicits the business of the Planters and Merchants in the sale o cotton and the purchase of goods, 8cc. in Mo bile. He pledges his best efforts for the pro motion of their interests. JAMES A. TORBERT. Mobile, A ov. 19. 8w33 Factorage and Commission Business. WIEEIAM BROOKS CIONTINUES the transaction of business J in the above line, in Mobile, and tenders his services to the Planters and Merchants generally. He pledges himself that all favors confided to him will receive the same prompt attention as heretofore, and respectfully soli cits patronage. July 2 13 COTTON STORAGE. NATHAN HUGHES is now prepared ti Store Cotton at the store he at present occupies, at 25 cents per bale for the season, and will deliver the same on the bank of the river free of charges; and if required, will make advances in Goods or Cash. Tuscaloosa, Dec. 10, 1830. 3m36 WATER COLOURS. REEVES & WOODYER’S Extra Super fine English WATER COLOURS warranted to be of the very best quality. Boxes of one row 87 J Boxes of two row's 1 75 Boxes of three rows 2 75 Fine Toy Paints 62 J For sale at the Tuscaloosa Rook-Store. 1' THOMAS J. ABBOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAS removed his office to the State House, Application made to him at the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, where hi may be found, relative to matters of his pro fession, will be punctually attended to. Tuscaloosa, Oct. 15, 1830. 6m28 E. SHORTRIDGE IT C. D. CONNER WILL PRACTICE LAW in partner ship in the counties of Marengo, Per ry and Greene. Their joint attention will bi bestowed, unless prevented by their business May 28 8 HIDES.—The highest prijfc will be giver for DRY and SLAUGHTER HIDES, also, DEER SKINS. Applv to mplf >4 FOSTER & CONROW. / I NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. HENRY SNOW 8c CO. have lately received and now offer for sale a large and very complete stock of GOODS, consist ing of almost every article of English piece GOODS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY Sc GLASSWARE, SHOES, SADDLERY, DOMESTICS, BONNETS, HATS, STATIONARY, 8cc. Also, a very am file sufifily of GEOCE EIES, and other heavy Goods, viz : Havana, St Domingo 8c Maracaibo Coffee. N. O. Sugar, Molasses, Whiskey, Salt, Iron, Steel, Blacksmith’s Tools, Trace Chains, Hoes, Scythes, Sickles, Cutting Knives, Spades, Axes, Plough Moulds, C. S. Millsaws, Castings, Nails, Rope, Twine, Dundee and Kentucky Bagging, 8cc. June 4 9 __ NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. fN^HE subscribers are now receiving a large M supply of new and beautiful GOODS— which, in addition to their stock on hand, makes their assortment very extensive, com prising a great variety of Fashionable Goods in the FA JVC Y LIJVE. Purchasers arc in vited to call and examine cur goods and prices previous to purchasing. declO ANDREWS 8c BROTHERS. IRON. WBARS IRON, assorted, iStlv 10 bundle* NAIL ROD, 12 bundles HOOP IRON, 10 do ROUND do f 45 PLOUGH MOULDS, 10 bars Blistered STEEL. Which will be sold low for casli hv seplO N. HUGHES. BORDEAUX CLARET. -g IKg^DOZ. SUPERIOR BORDEAUX 1*9" " CLARET of the vintage of 1825, for sale at a very low price by the subscri bers at their Cash Store. m26 HENRY A. SNOW if Co. POWDER. -g gjag'kKEGS Dupont’s REST RIFLE B X£wy POWDER, just received and for sale cheap. Apply to ap30 ANDREWS if BROTHERS. BAGGING & ROPE. QQPIEC.ES COTTON BAGGING, CO 56 coils BALE ROPE, 4 bales Kentucky TWINE. For sale low by N. HUGHES. BACON. PRIME BACON, Ail I.S E" I* 9 (middlings,) for sale at eitfht cents her hound, by octl 26 HENRY A. SNOW & CO. NEW AND FASHIONABLE JUST received direct from Ncw-York, at COOK & ELLIS’ J’asljtonatolc Clotljlng Storr, yo. 4, Commercial Row—Broaihvay. A large and splendid assortment of gentle men’s apparel of every description, such as Superfine Blue, Blnek. Olive, Green nnd MixtDress Coats. Superfine Blue, Olive, and Mixt Frock Coats. Over-Coat*, with and without Capes. Blue, Black, Drah and Mixt Clotn Pantaloons. Blue and Black Cloth, Plain and Figured Velvet, Mar seilles, Toilenett and Valencia Vests. LintCotton and Flannel Skirts. Superior Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Cravats. Suspenders and Linen Collars. First quality Black and Drab Hats.' Eoots and Shot s, and a great variety of gentlemen’s fancy articles. The above goods were made up during the past summer, by their senior partner in New York, who has spared no pains orexpense, in having them made of the best materials, and n the most fashionable style. Their friends and customers are invited to call and examine their assortment, as they are determined to sell as low as any other House in the State, if not lower. Also, just received, a handsome supply of Blue, Black, Olive, Stecl-Mixt and Brown CLOTHS, which will enable them to make up to ordt r, at the shortest notice, as they have now in their employ a number of the best workmen. SIT” Gentlemen’s Travelling Bags, Um brellas, Cloaks, &c. 8cc. novl9 33 SQUARE TOES if PUNCTUALITY. THE subscribers have on hand a large and general assortment of Boots and Shoes (of various qualities and prices,) such as gen tlcmen’s Boots, Shoes, Brogans and Pumps.— Lady’s lasting, dress and walking shoes, an kle and full Boots, Seal and Calf Boots and Shoes; with a large assortment of Boy’s, Miss es, and Children’s Brogans and Shoes. Lady’s and Gentlemen’s over shoes. All of the above articles will be sold as low as can tie afforded and allow honest men a respectable living. They have on hand a first rate assortment of Leather, which will be made up in the best manner, and the shortest notice, to the order of those who may prefer leaving their measure. To the lovers of dry feet, they would re commend their water proof Boots, as they have made sufficient trial of them, and feel no hesitation in saying they are a perfect se curity against wet feet. nov!9 FOSTER & CONROW. CABINET MANUFACTORY. BROAD-STREET, • NEARLY OPPOSITE: THE DELL TAVE RN. THE subscriber takes this method of ten dering his thanks to his friends and the public for the patronage heretofore received, and of informing them that he has now on hand, and will constantly keep for sale an ex tensive and elegant assortment of CABIJVE 7 WARE, consisting of SIDEBOARDS, DINING TABLES, SECRETARYS, BREAKFAST do. BOOKCASES, DRAWING ROOM do BUREAUS, WARDROBES, LADIES’WORK STANDS, HIGH and LOW’ POST BEDSTEADS, &.C.. of the latest and most fashionable patterns, warranted equal in durability and workman ship to any manufactured in this country ; all of which he offers for sale at the most re duced prices for cash. itT* Orders from a distance will be thank fully received and promptly attended to. GEO. KREPS. Tuscaloosa, Oct. I, 1830. 12w26 HENRY’S COMMENTARIES. AN Exposition of the Old and New Tes tament: wherein each Chapter is sum med up in its Contents; the sacred Text in serted at large, in distinct Paragraphs; each Paragraph reduced to its proper Head; the sense given and largely illustrated^ with prac tical Remarks and Observations: by Matthew Heniy. A New Edition: Edited by the Rev. George Border, and the Rev. Joseph Hughes. A. M. With the Life of the Author by the Rev. Samuel Palmer, First Americcn Edi tion: to which U prefixed a Preface, by Ar chibald Alexander, D. D., Professor of The ology in the Seminary at Princeton, N. J. Six large Super Royal Octavo Volumes. For sale by D, WOODRUFF, J. RICHARDSON A SON, Sima’ Brick Ron', RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and customers that they have just re ceived a fresh supply of GROCERIES, which they offer for sale low, viz: 20 bbls SUGAR, 13 do do best quality, 1 hlul do 16 sacks Coffee, 20 bbls Molasses, 31 “ Whiskey, 1 “ Almonds, 3 “ Loaf Sugar, 3 “ Linseed Oil, 4 “ Mackerel, 1 “ Cogniac Brandy, 3 casks Claret, 1 box Tobacco, first quality, 70 “ do 40 kegs do 1 tierce Rice, 31 coils Bale Rope, 32 pieces Bagging, 3 coils Tarred Rope, 8 bbls Newark Cider, 20 doz Claret, 25 “ Cider, 12 “ Porter, 6 boxes Raisins, ALSO—Salt, Iron, Steel, Lamp and Train Oil, Sperm Candles, Rum, Wine, Gin, Apple Brandy, Lime Juice, Spts Turpeptine, White Lead, Tea, Pepper, Spice, Nutmegs, Fish Hooks, Powder, Shot, Lead, Indigo, Cheese, Stone Jugs, Applo Vinegar, Plough Linos, Bar Soap, Shoe Thread, Sewing Thread, Copperas, Madder, Trace Chains, Bacon, Lard, Blown Salt, Scale Beams, Weights, Flour, 8cc. 8cc. July 16 15 CHOICE WINES. HENRY A. SNOW 8c CO. have pur chased through their agents in New York and New-Orleans, an extensive assort ment of WINES, which they offer for sale, at prices far below what has heretofore been customary ; and from the pains taken in their selection, they feel confidence in warranting them to be pure and of superior qualities.— The following are comprised : 1 Pi lie L. P. Sicily Mad a i do. Old Sherry 2 pipes Old Madeira 1 do. Lisbon 4 tjr. casks Teneriffe i pipe Canary l do. Port 1 <jr. cask Currant 10 do. Sweet Malaga 8 casks Claret 6 doz. Champaigne 6 do. Fin dc Grave 6 do. Muscat H_ 10 Bbls. NEWARK CIDER, march 5 48eop6m CHEAP CASH STORE. N. HUGHES, CORNER OK MARKET AND PINE STREETS, OFFERS FOR SALE, HHDS. SUGAR 85 bags Havana Coffee 5 bags white do. 120 bbls. Whiskey 20 do. N. E. Rum 15 do. country Gin 25 do. Molasses 20 do. Prime Pork 30 do. I.oaf Sugar 15 do. Linseed Oil 5 do. Lamp do. 16 do. Ohio Flour 10 do. Shad No. 1 30 qr. bbls. No. 1 and 2 Mackerel 40 kegs Leaf Lard 1 do. chewing Tobacco, 1st quality 6 halt do. do. 115 kegs Nails, assorted 4 do. Bar Lead 60 do. White Lead • 5 do. Spanish Brown 36 cannisters Verdigris 35 boxes Sperm. Candles 25 do. Soap 30 do. Havana Segars 33 pieces Bagging 65 coils Bale Rope 4 bales Kentucky Twine 3 boxes Mustard 2 do. Cayenne Pepper 5 do. “ Platt” Axes 5 do. Coffee Mills 3 do. Chocolate 12 dozen Curry Combs 2 , do. Frying Pans 4 do. Spades, 3 do. Shovels 45 Plough Moulds 257 bars Iron, assorted 10 do. Blistered Steel 10 bundles Nail Rods 12 do. Hoop Iron 10 do. Round do. f 2 Casks Hoes, No. 1 and 2 110 pr. straight link Trace Chains 4 tons Castings, assorted 35 boxes 10 X 12 Window Glass 10 do. 8 X 10 do. 500 lbs. Putty, 95 lbs. Race Ginger 300 lbs. Epsom Salts 300 lbs. Copperas, 45 lbs. Indigo 3 bags Pepper, 2 do. Spice 1 i pipes Cog. Brandy, 1st quality 1 do. Holland Gin, do. 3 half pipes Madcria Wine 2 do. Teneriffe do. 3 baskets Champaigne, 1st order 3 casks Claret, 3 hampers Bottles 25 kegs “ Dupont’s” Powder 10 bags Shot, assorted 2 crates Cups and Saucers 2 do. Plates 11 cases Fur Hats 2 bales Osnaburgs —ALSO— CALICOES @ 12 J to 20 cents ^ yard ; Pocket Knives, Drawing do. Knives and Forks, Pad Locks, Screws, Hinges, Handsaw Files, Glass Km bs, Plough Lines, Cap and Letter Paper, Wrapping do. Sealing Wax, Wafers, Black Lead Pencils, Quills, Augers, assorted sizes, Spelling Books, Shoe Thread, Tumblers in straws, Demijohns, Stone Jugs, Pitchers and Jars, suitable sizes, Saddles and Stirrup Irons, Imperial Tea in 21b. caddies: with many other articles, the whole of which will be sold, Wholesale or Jietail, very j£7* low for cash. may28" ENTERTAINMENT. ROBERT WIER, jr. informs his friends and the public that he has opened a House of Entertainment at Deinaf)olis,w\\ere he will receive Travellers and Boarders, and will be thiuikful for the patronage of such as may visit him. He will shortly erect a WARE-HOUSE at that place and receive, store, and forward goods and cotton. And in the mean time in forms the merchants in Tuscaloosa and else where, that he will attend to the receiving and forwarding of goods. R. WIER, jr. Demopolis, Dec. 1. 36 BILLS OF LADING, neatly printed on latter paper, for sals at this Office. SCIENCE. THE Jefferson Academy, at Ely ton, un der the Superintendance of C. G. Mc Pherson, A. B. has commenced its second session, with the most flattering prospects. Although in its infancy, such is the confidence the public entertain of the fitness and qualifi cations of the conductors of this institution, that it now numbers between fifty and sixty students, of which about twenty are engaged in the Latin and Greek languages. TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS. For spelling, reading and writing.6 00 English Grammar, Geography, Arith metic, 8cc..8 00 Languages and other higher branches--12 00 Botrd can be had at respectable houses at from six to eight dollars per month. The Trustees have employed the Rev John Williams as an assistant teacher, which enables Mr McPherson to devote his atten tion principally to the students engaged in the higher branches. A strict course of moral deportment is ob servable in this institution, with a strong de sire t> make each student thorough in what he may learn; and from its healthy situation, the cheapness of board, and its incipient pros perin', the trustees feci justified in recom mencing it to the patronage of all persons wish’tig to educate their children. By order of the board, PEYTON KING, President of the board of Trustees. Pm er Walker, Sec’y. [dec 17 37 D. WOODnUFF, HAS pleasure in informing his friends and the public, that he has now made such arrangements with a first-rate “ A’orthern House," as will enable him to furnish any book now in use, cither foreign or domestic, on the very lowest terms. Orders are made up for the north weekly. Persons wishing to replenish their Libraries, will find it to their interest to call at the TU3CAI.OOSA BOOK-STORE, where there w ill be constantly kept for safe BLANK BOOKS of various descriptions and sizes, together with a general supply of Law, Medical, Miscellaneous, Classical and School Books—including all the new publications of the day, &c. 8cc. Schools, Academics, and Colleges furnished at the lowest possible prices. Orders respectfully solicited. I have so repeatedly reminded my friends and the public, of the necessity of their lend ing a liberal support to the establishment, that were I to continue the call—without an a pology,—it would seem to carry a tone of com plaint with it. This is far from my intention; it would be treating a generous and liberal public with great injustice and ingratitude. The support has been beyond my expecta tions ; but at most it necessarily must be in considerable in a town of the age and limited population of Tuscaloosa. I believe all will admit that a Book and Sta tionary establishment is an important acqui sition to our town, and a permanent benefit to the country—and such will permit me again to remark, that its present success, until our public institutions are further advanced, re quires all the support that the liberal and well wishing can bestow. D. WOODRUFF. BOOK BINDING. THE subscriber begs leave to return his sincere thanks to his friends and the public, for the encouragement he has receiv ed since his establishment in this town; and takes this opportunity of informing them that he pursues the above business in all its branch es, at the same place (the house opposite the Bell Tavern,) where he respectfully solicits and hopes to receive a continuance of favors which his utmost endeavors will be exerted to merit. B. BALDWIN. N. B. Merchants Account Books ruled and bound to any pattern, at the shortest notice and upon the most reasonable terms. o22 29 DR. JOHN L. TINDALL, Has just received and offers for sale, DR. EOFF’S TONIC AND ANTI-DYSPEPTIC PILLS. THIS MEDICINE is offered to the pub lic with a confidence, produced by long experience in practice, that they possess the following properties: They will operate gen tly as a purgative, and as effectually cleanse the stomach and intestines of all offensive and irritating matter as any medicine now known, and will not debilitate them. They do not produce the least sirj^iess or nausea, but on the contrary, the appetite and feelings will generally be improved in one hour after the pills are taken. They can be used at all times, and by all ages. No attention is necessary to diet, drink, or exposure to wet or cold, while using them. A few boxes will be f und gen erally sufficient to remove the most confirmed Dyspkfsia, with all its distressing symp toms, headache, sickness and sourness of the stomach, loss of appetite, habitual costivencss, despondency of mind, and a host of nervous affections, with which every person laboring underthe disease, is more or less afflicted. As an anti-bilious medicine, every person using them will soon become satisfied of their supe rior efficacy. it?* Prepared only by Dr JOHN EOFF, Wheeling, Va. ’ oct!5 28 NOTICE-—The copartnership hereto fore existing between Mayehs 8c Ham ilton of the city of Ncw-York, and James Dunlap, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. under the firm of James Dunlap 8c Co. was disolved by mutual consent on the 17th day of May last. The business of the firm will be settled by J. Dunlap, J. DUNLAP, MAYERS 8c HAMILTON. Aew- York, Sept. 25, 1830. ALL PERSONS having any claims against the firm of Dunlap 8c Co. are requested to present them for immediate payment. Also, all those indebted to the fii m up to the abov e date, are requested to call and make imme diate payment. All those wishing to conti nue their trade with me, will receive as libe ral indulgence as any given in-the place. It is useless for me to enumerate the different Articles of Gentlemen’s Wearing Apparel, as it is generally known that I have a large and splendid assortment, and of the latest fashions. [nov26 34]‘ J. DUNLAP. CABINET FURNITURE, IN al its various branches is manufactured on Broad Street, forty-five yards below the Stale Bank and nearly opposite the In dian Queen Tavern. Also Cabinet Furniture of all descriptions, repaired and repolished by novD 3w33 AUGUSTIN LYNCH. ARDING HOUSE. HA IG retired apartments and a pri vate table expressly for the purpose, I will bt able to accommodate Pupils of the Female Academy as much to their comfort as any private house in town. Price S37 50 for the session of 5 months. JOHN MEEK. NB, Refer to Mrs Robinson and Miss Home, WASHINGTON HALL, CORNER or BROAD AND MARKET STREETS, TUSCALOOSA, ALA. At the Sign of General Washington. THE subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his friends and the public for the liber al encouragement he has heretofore received, and informs them that he still continues to en tertain Travellers and Boarders in the most comfortable manner. His TABLE, will be supplied with the best the market and sur rounding country affords ; and his BAR well stored with the best of old liquors and wines. The situation of this establishment affords every convenience to persons wishing to trans act business, being located in the centre of town, on the west end of Commercial Rocv at the intersection of Broad and Market streets, the latter leading directly from the Town Ferry to Greensborougli. The proprietor hopes by his unremitted exertions to please and accomodate his patrons, to receive a con tinuance of public favors. His charges will* bo as reasonable as the times will justify. Suitable arrangements have been made for the accommodation of Members of the Le gislature. He has engaged Mr Robert Caruthers to superintend the establishment, and hopes by their united exertions to give general sa tisfaction. Ov* Gentlemen with droves of Horses, &c.» can be accommodated on reasonable terms. [9iti7] CHARLES S. PATTISON. CITY HOTEL., BHOAD-ST. TUSCALOOSA. BY JOHN MEEK. THIS Establishment is in the most dcsir-j able situation in the city, for convenience to business and pleasantness of situation. The proprietor has nearly completed his three story brick building, which when finished, will be one of the most pleasant and convenient houses in the place for boarders and transient persons. Charges will be seen in the follow ing RATES AND RULES. Boarding and lodging, per month, $11 00 Boarding alone, per month,. 8 00 Boarding and lodging, per week, 3 50 Boarding and lodging, per day, •••• 75 Breakfast or Supper, . 25 Dinner,. 37 } Horse, per week, . 2 50 Horse, per day, . 75 Horse, single feed,. 25 Horse, per night,... 50 Servants, . half price. RULES. 1. Persons on their arrival are requested to give in their names 2. No profane or grossly vulgar language allowed, neither will any person be allowed to remain in a state of intoxication, and of course all unlawful practices forbidden. 3. No admittance in the dining room until the ringing of the hand bell. 4. No notice will be taken of absent time, unless given in at the time it takes place, and three days is the least will be noticed to monthly, and one week to yearly boarders. 5. No servant to be sent on errands without permission from the proprietor. 6. The proprietor will not be answerable for anything said to be lost, unless given him particularly in charge. 7. Nothing delivered to any person, beside the owner, without a written order. 8. Doors to close at 10 o’clock, unless on texraordinary occasions. april 16 _12m 2. Executive Department, \ Tuscaloosa, Dec. 7, 1830. 5 A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, it has been made known to this Department, that negro man slave, named Harry, the property of Gamer, who was convicted at a recent term of the Circuit Court, holden for the county of Monroe, of die murder of Mr Forster, has made his escape from the jail of said county. Now, therefore, I have thought proper to of fer, and I do hereby offer, a reward of one hundred dollars, to any person who shall ap prehend and deliver the said boy Harry, to the proper authority of Monroe county, that he may abide the sentence of the law, for the , offence of which he stands conv ic.ted. Given under my hand, and the seal of the State at Tuscaloosa, the 7th December, 1830, and of the Independence of the United States of America the fifty-fifth. By the Governor: GABRIEL MOORE. James I. Thornton, Sec’y of State. The following is the description furnished this Department to identify the said convict: aged between 25 and 30 years, about six feet high, quite black, very bold in his appearance and speech, and a very likely fellow, he has a burn upon his right hand, extending from his fingers to his wrist, the scare is very per ceptible, although, his hand is but little, if any, crippled thereby. LAND. THE subscriber offers for sale the planta tion situated about two miles from this town, known as the residence of John Spen cer, Esq. deceased. This tract of land con tains 137 acres, 75 of which arc cleared and in cultivation. There is a good dwelling licusc on the premises and other improvements, which make it a desirable residence. For terms apply to GEO. STARR, nov 12 14w 32. NEGROES. FOR SALE—a first rate CARPENTER and a Jew fellows. Also IS MULES. j£7*NEGROES purchased at all times.— Inquire at the Eagle Hotel. Tuscaloosa, Oct 29. 1 janSO RUNAWAY IN JAIL.—Committed to the Jail of Jefferson county, Ala. on the 28th Nov. 1830, a Negro Man who calls himself Edmund, about thirty-five years of age, and about five feet ten or eleven inches high, yellow complected, quick spoken when spoken to, wore an old white hat, and says he belongs to a MrWm. P. Wych, living in Sussex county, Virginia, and made his escape in Greene county, Ala. about six or eight months ago; the owner is therefore notified, to come forward, prove his property, and pay the charges incurred by his apprehen sion and commitment within six months, or he will be dealt with according to law. WILLIAM A. SCOTT, Shff. Jeff. Co. December 10, 1830 3w36 O A N E D.— I ie ninth volume of “Shakspeare’s Plays” in boards; also, the second volume of-“Modern Chivalry',” by H. H. Brackenridge. The person who may have the above books in possession can have the use of the entire twt|rvi>orks by returning them to this office. nov 26 TATE OF ALABAMA—Tuscaloosa County, Special Orphans Court, No vember 29th 1830, It is ordered by the court that publication be made once every two weeks for forty days, in some newspaper printed in Tuscaloosa, that the executors of the last will and testament of John Spencer, deceased, will be required to settle finally their accounts with the estate of said dec’d. on the fourteenth day of January next. Attest. JOHN A. HODGES, p, c. c.