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tiJp,,' ,icillee!r prepay , tfff".,a" ' i another col- .. . a tit aurw 8W CttJ.bs by lhenxwls, "' iVktia t ,b h (ha medicine " XfXt But, bright i'f "7 .ft, Roger Uverwoit .MurifT" l- and eiiewcre, itit on' tbii "kin,!! intfenlme" "f .lilts '"'tis stbXngjs but . true! r L .-,.n wi BglectH cough month after Ho much better t(i mp thit Wr A Hitch in time savetmne.' 1 ..j.tuMnt aotbercnlumn . - fr" .Lii.. uir i of Timothy rr .tnn toDublic Sale 10 ihtli d.V ofJanu 1 Court House door in CarMon the lot- .;j i.anrfa Ivinsr and being tn .S W. t. 01 oec oi, 4' .a,!.V:? tV. n.,9 ifi-sand t W Sec 81, Township 9,- Range 1, Wi"wrfAN:W. comer of eTowDfhipH,Kn?e i,, ., .4iid 1U0 ai die wne '' nd P 1ne joinile belonging to Mid dece- fit viz, Joult, and Hit Wlie.omuu mm iMUtj,; : ' ' - ..' " r... f ft.ls 12 month credit. M wiih approved security will be re rrd of the puri'hsert- I " I TIMNAHJ. ANDERSON, 1 ...""" J , , -ft Executrix. Lrab2Ut'50.n39-6t. ; ' I W.J. KENDALL, ASRt)NABLE TAYLOR, iKm'Snil.l.V returns h:s ncknowledee- ment to the eitiiens of Canton, and, the wiriiliric country, forth libentl patronage jirb W lias her.'More received. And hopes 'cooil work and close attention In business, i iu rrcrnr a cimuiiimuuu w ,hh 'iwh I Cutting done on the shortest notice. . Imp on Ik South lids of the Pnblic Sq'nre uvnulier 3lt 1850. n3p ly. , , ..... TO THE PUBLIC The smlersigneil would rriprctfiillj' an Jnolfi the citaeiit of Canton, and the tur Mis? country that be Vim tinmen n paint- itrop in the lows of Canton, awl lie hoon nml work, nd ckm attention to buiillon, raire liheri) ifiire ot patrunne. ' He it oupnrecl toilo 1 " ' -' 44 BOUSE iND 'slGNv" I GUILDING! MARBLING, . 1TATI0N of OAK, MAHOGANY 1ACK WALNPf, ROSE WOOD, )NYan(LARCH,P.peHianging 1GLAZWG. P.' ROBERTS. ntoa Nor. 14th '50 n33-ly - M EUCTRlCAl FEBRIFUGE . o . , SPEED'S FEVER TONIC. T'TEnnnonnocrMiitthMf Ferenof nil er.un te" in froui ,wo hi fn,withoBt tomilfn nnrHne of Mher wMontfn.s,- ? L "tliiif hikI ii,ir 'Me, thitmi bunllp (ivp il r'-'nce, th),Kh 2H(hppii.l! TrwiirBpiion !: 'tnuik llo m,: ".EWlrira,,. ""u"t fev"' "KWive, Tjph,,, nnd GUARDIANS SALE. TY ?irtaeof n Order of the Hon. Pro; -bate Court of Aadison county Aisais sippi, I will sell at public outcry on Mon day the 30th day of December next before Hie Courthouse door in the town of Can ton, to the highest bidder on a credit of six monihs negro woman Eady and a boy Charlea, the property of Saiah . Raw- lings a minor &c. Bond wiih approved arcurity will be required of the purchaser. : C. U. CKAWKUKL) Guardian Canton November 14th 8."0. n3fit . ' TRUSTEES SALE. By Vtrtoe of the provision of Deed of Truit exeon'eil by George VV. Moiz and Mary Ancelinn Moll to me iit Trustee fnr the purpose of ecnrlng oertiijn rtebts therein mentioned, and which Deed is duly recorded in Book L pnget 112 nnd 113 of the Records of the, Probate t'otirt oi jvtttmson county. I will proceed to roll ut the Court house rinor in the town of -Cnnton on Monday the lBth of D cembrr, 1850, between the hours required hy law,ull the right, title nnd interest whatever, of thewid George W. Molz and Mury Ange lina Mote, in and to the following described trncts or parcels of land being and Ivin? in the county of Madison and Stale of Mississippi: via: the 3. E. i of 8. 1. T.,9, R. 3 East, Ijing Ntrlli of and near the town of ("an ton tlnd contiuing 16046 100 acres, more or loss also the E. 1-8 of N. E. 1-4 of 8. 1 T. 9 R. 3 East, containing 0 acres more or less also n small tract bounded ns follows viz: beginning 'at a stake at the North West corner of tbo nfore said South East quarter of Suction 18 T. 9, R. 3 East thence South 82 1-2 degrees West, fifty two polestii a etnke on the road leading from Canton- to Rowles Ferry on the Big Black River, thcilce with said road North eleven de grees East forty -nine poles to a stake nt the corner of land formerly owned by W.S. Bai ley, thence North eihty-twn and n half de grees East eighty poles to three blackjack?, Iheure North eleven degrees East one liniidren and twenty holeijo a stake at (lie North wet corner of the aforesaid East half of the Noith East quarter of Section eighteen, Ihence South with the line of (lie E. 1-2 of the N. K. 1-4 of S. 18 to the North line of said 5. E. 1-1 of S. 18, thence directly to the beifiniiiiiccoiitairiitig about 40 acres, to getherwith all the liuprove' inentt on said lands and the appcrtenauces thereunto belonging. The interest of the above parties in the above named lands, will lie told, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to pay the debts due and secured by said Trust, and till costs and expenses incurred. , 1 The title to said property is believed to be indisputable, but I will only make to the pur chaser sucn uur, us is vesieu in jue. GEO. W. HENDi.RSON, Trm. CnntonNov., 7th, 1850 37-5 B EXECUTOR'S SALE. y virtue ol an order ol the rrobate Court of Madison county, obtained ai the October 7'enn 1 will expose to public sale, at the late resilience, ol John ate 'teml six miles North of Canton on Friday the- 6th dav of Dec. next, net ween legal hours, the to I lowing described land", lung in said county, ,lial belonging to said ileci'iient, vn :s. l-ol K. i S. E. 1-4 of Sect. 20, and S. 1-2 of W. 1-2 of . P. W. 1-4 of Sect, il, E. -2 of S. W. 1 4 ol Sect. 21 and N. W. 1-4 of Sect. 28 all ljing in Township 10 Range 3 East, containing in all 320 acres; also tit the same time and place the stock of horse, mule', cows, goats, lanmn utensils, . house-hold iiikI Kitchen furniture, - M. t ..II II. ..Jl... 1... t-dCOrn, louuer, Wi;., nil,, 1,11 fciic jr, -oil' r. feVrrfroiigiiit; w sum geceum ecepi ll6 nc. roc, i TtRMa. The lands will be told on a credit of 12 months. ! I'll persona) property will be sold on a cred it of nine months. frt Purchasers will he require! to give bond bearing interest from date with approved security. A. P. HILL, Executor. , Canton Nov 7th 1850. . 37-td NEW FALL AND WINTER I goods; JUST .received from NEW YORK, and now nneninir i,..hl ment of FALL A NfD W 1 N T V. R GOODS, CaNSIsl'lHO IN Prt nr; Bluej Grn-n nnd Red Marine Ffne French soft finished Cashmere and Defanes ,,f all co- i ki u i T'" Rice Fa'ey '" oiis. bjik and Worsted Lu,'e , R,oh Mantilln and Sacks. - French worked Muslin Capes, Collars nnd Cnffr. Era bniidered tape, Ronlercl and Revered f.inen " "'IK-IS. united nnri nan Swim Mn. Ims. Swiss, Jaconet, Thread Edgings unit Inserting. Rlaclt unrl onl..ru.1 ;n, i l . ; - ....... ii,vc mm rnnees. Velvet and fiihli,,n ir;,n, p,,,:. Cord, Gimps and piping. Black and Colord twisted silk Jtfitts. Long twisted silk Mitts and Kid Gloves. -Gentlemen Buck and Kid Glove. C Ladies and .Wisses Jtfarino and Lamb wool hose. ALSOt For Gentlemen, the fineai and best French Cloths and and Cassimerea. Twetds. J ana and Satinets. Lowells. Linsevs. Kentucky twills, Blankets &c. tc. AJLSOt A superior assort ment of Clothing Hals and Caps ol every description Congress Boots. Shoes, Russeit broaans &. Cutlery, Hardware. ( wickerv ware. Glass ware. Bridles Saddles &c. Which will be sold low to good punc tual men on time,and still lower for CASH. A l i?o A good article of Scotch Snuff, made by Mrs. Miller, Garrett and Ander son, put up in bottle and bladders. A lso Chewing tobacco of the best quality, jo 13-ti j WM. E. DANCY. "jtjt .it I used us directed . 1 Perfect nronnV liiSs and ran.i....t . lH"U Z?m m 'rtificates, ? stir.. (." tunoiir of nth. ,..' : anil i i! Ail . " i.rr Z3 '. Ia,' nU?' write 'swl 'y, :'''. or different ? 1 ta " Wri in W l,,,ta'' ? KilioS P'rd.of on. h. I extractt.ar fair, tjxici. a s'JWitnl,M feer and aeUe. -Ild r'"xjti iiiAn...r. " JHMFONriER. tin.. . ""reiieannnl.'.- '"Nov: piuoier, ' Miwinn-T.. "W i, .... .. SrK ihiwi.i onaw. W. (' -" anu Asu a Hiffi;... rrwntibalfai. .Li'iiit'o "mile trnf ' iniikr ' .' Speed' Faver k?t Do"l in the nl,iul 3&S.Z::.' MURPHY fecn k..,..i. . , LETTERS TETAJ1ENTAKF. LETTERS testamentary having been granted at the Oct-iber term 1850, ol the Probate. Court of Axdison couniy, Afissiasippiv on the Estate of Elizabeth Graves dee'd all, persons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and make immediate payment, and those hav ing claims against snid et tie, will present them legally authenticated withinibi' time presenbied by law cr they will be forever barred. . JOHN W'4 GRATES, Executor. ' Oet. 24 '50. 6t SUPERIOR COURT OF CHANCERY O? THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, I Nancy A. Ridlrv, by her next friend, ic. . - Jh. C, Ridley. ! No.46J4. T 1 PON opening the complainant's bill of com U plaint, and it iip)eiing to the sulisfuction of the 'Jourt, that the derendant, John C. Rid ley, is not a resident of the State ol Mississip pi, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be executed upmr him j thereupon, it is order d, that he enter his up pea niuce herein, on or before the first day of the next term of thi; Court, to be hidden nt the Court room, in I he city of Jackson, on the first Monday in De cember next ensuing, and plead answer or de mur to complainant's said bill, or the several allegations thereof will, be taken fur epiifesied, uhd set for hearing exports. ' It i further ordered, that a copy of this or der be published in the Aladisonian, a weekly newspaper pulditiivd in the town of Canton, once a week for three months. I J. T. SIMMS, Clerk, ' i - . )er L. Mint, 1).C. ;e.L, POTTER, Solicitor. aro oivjtren.fi of. urn nonszs :WV CABiilOitl S tMH- lEHOIiTiIENl'. the cure ot Founder. Snln Hoof, Hoof-bound f.orses, and couiiacted and FeretUh Feti Wounds, Bruse;: in'the filesb'. Guided Back, cracked Heels, Scratches, Cuts, Kicks, &c, on Horses. mMmi i For " great variety of Carlton'! Iling Bone Cure. t For the cure of the Ring-Bone, Blood Spavin, Windjalls, and Spiint a certain remedy. ' J Kt Thia Ring-Bone care and the Founder Ointment are prepared from the recipt of a Very celebrated English Farri er; aod'will cure in nineiy-nine cases out of one hundred any of the above complaints'. Thej have been -sed by larnvrs, livery men Mae proprietors, and others; with narked and decided success: WWII fi ids ( o kuio iii. Pure IVA ' te iu k g of 25 anil 50 lb., war ?"r. " 5"0(l ". lb best, will be ild t the WhUH advance, for CASH, by ' ' - J I -n30.,vl .. PRIESTLEY & M03BV. --'.aw WELCH, DELE VAN St, NATHAN'S NATIONAL CIRCUS! WILLIAM I1UBBGLL, Manager, TheXarge$t Company in the World, will exhibit mt Canton on Wednesday Dec. Uth on day only. Admittance 50 cents, Children and Colored Persons half Price. 13s. NEW GOODS. T1HE undesigned haviiiff associated themselves under the firm ol JOHN MONTGOMERY, &. CO., have just re ceived DIRECT from New York, and are now opening iu the Brick Store house lately occupied by Drane and Thompson, a general assortment of DRY GOODS, Q VEENS' WA RE, $ HARD WARE; together with Hat", Boots, and Shoes, LOW ELS, LINSEYS, ani NEGRO SHOES; which we are determined to sell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on short lime. JOHN A70NTGOMERY, E. R. ANDERSON. Canton October 10th '50.-33-tf Fresh and Select medicines! WE lire just receiving, from New York and Philadephia, n superior assortment of Drugs, .7Iedicineal A'c , V?., Fresh aud Pure, embracing most articles usu ally found in Drug Stores. Buying, as we do, of the Importert and Manufacturer! reliable housesil once responsible and re peccable, ynd; bei'-g urieriuine.il to deal iu the est heih ionkp, those sold by us may he confidently re lied on we trorranf theiu such as represented. Our Stock shall he kept complete, by fresh supplies from the best murkets,a often u re quired. Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con tiimance of the same, from all paying dealers, and pledge ourselves that our prices shall be a ou as similar articles can he afforded at iii the State. I'ASU dealers will efwuy find it to Iheir interest In call at the sign of the' Sol Be it fUortar." July 4, '60 - PRIESTLEY & MOSBY. l ATJET MEDICINES. OOGERS Liverwort and Tit, Fah ' nestock's and Comstock's Vermiluge, lllstar's Balsam of H il l Cheny Billiog,s and Jay lie's Corminativr; Sand's aud 7'ownsend's Sarsaparilla; Jayne' Expec toianl and Alterative; Hewe's Liniment; Dalley's Pain Extractor;. Brown's Pain killer; Spoho's Head-ache Itemedy; Mas 'ang Liniment, Founder and Spavin Oini nenl for Hums; Patent Pills by the pack &c. &c. at MURPHY & CO. . PUTTY and Window Glass at MURPHY & CO. RESH Garden Seedsr-Growtb 1850 t MURPHY & CO. POWDER, SHOT and Caps by JVURPHYtCO. O'LS Linseed, Winter Sperm, Meats foot, and Train; Spirits TVrpeotine & Aleahal by MUKFHY&CU BUCKETS Jnt received.a large supyil of eiiterior brass hound, varnish and paint eu niirKet. anu lor saie Dy nl-. P. W. MURPHY. MOKE NEW GOODS! HEARD, LENNARD & Co. A RE constantly receiving fresh supplies ol FANCY and STAPLE DRY GOODS Irom Ne York. . ! They have now in store a full ind coin plete stock of goods, suitable for the sea son, among which are the following, to which they invite the attention of the Fubiic: Fancy Summer Silks, plain, figured and embroidered; . Berages, plain, figured and emhroid'd; 1't.ncv. piain, piam and oiacg biik Tissues; Plain Swis and Jaconets; Figured and embroidered Swiss'; Printed Jaconets; . ' Oranausaud l arletnn muslin;. Cheap Linens; figured Lawns; 15a rM muslin, 4-4 for 12 cents; Lawn Hdk's. all prices; Fine Giaxs Lawn do.' ,1 large and well Selected Stock ; Of Thread, Jaconei.Silk and WoveEdg- ings and Insertions; Silk and Blond Laces; Frill and f igured tiobinets; titU, tnreaa and Ssilk tiloves. - A HANDSOME HSOTMSNT OF Bonnet Ribbons, Flower, .Wreaths, , m . 7 and Laees for Bonnets; .Fancy and black Silk J Pamsuls; Lace Capes; ' ! (, Embroid'd do; French ; Worked Capes, Collar and Cuffs; Hats and Bonnets forchilcren; ; , . Fans, a treat variety; 1 - Hosiery; Reticulesjr ; " , ' Comrs; Buds, and ,v i Fancy Goods of f "'''""' ' r A'l bind. ' K?1 Call and t xaa,ine. Door open at I o'cloci. Performanet h commence at 2 o,cluck, P. M., and at 7 1-2 oVocfc in . , tlit t-vemng. - .. . ,. rTIHE Proprietors of this well known - popular Company have spared no pains or expense in procurinj all the first talent in both Europe and America, who will appear in their wonderful cenio Acts, Gymnastic Fefflt Bottle Trick, Globe and Barrel Exercises, Vaulting, both linele and donhle Leaping, Equilibrium, Tumbling, Pyriinldionl Dorine, Pos'iirini, Comic Singing, Dancing, Comio Burlettas, Interludes, Farce, Promenades, Cavalcades, Miisqnerades. 4o. TheGrand ARM AMAXArimperialChnr iot, drawn by 30 si.koant horses, and driven bv lh Uintnninn Kemsman or Lion Whip, MARK JOANSON, will m ike its appearance in town nt 10 o'clock A. M ., containing the New "York Knichrkbocker Bra Band, led by Mr. D. S. NEEVE, who will perforw allih- most looiioie mm nioorn on of the dav lhe three Europkan Star termed theN. crnmanccrs," or the Bottle Magicians, beinc the Originnls in their Novel Performance nil others wh, i may attempt these feat are con- flkte iiumbijos, ns these three persons are the ok.nui.se magicians, and were engaged by this Establishment in Europe, expressly for this oompany. The nnmos ol the above Artist are CHAS. C. LEB, EUCENE LEE. and TUEO. DORE LEE, Also attached to the Troupe will he found J.J. NATHAN, the celebrated 1, 9, 9, 4 nnd 6 Horse Equest.j.n: ", Mr. WM. WORREL, the great American J enter and World Re nowned Comic Tragico Clown, who is universal)- acknowledged to he the greatest favour, ite now travelling iu the Union, will appear in hit i'limit ible performanoe, Burleqac, itn, Mr. NEIL JAMEISON. the xreat Banioisl. and Delineator of Negro Character. J. LOV- ci t I , the Clown ul all Clowns. In equal never jet f mud or knwn the world over. ROB'T WHl I K, the gentlemanly Riding Muster. E. M. DIBlNSON.lbe very funny Bomto Singer. MissEJIWI AN A THAN. The beautiful female Infant Prodite will appear iu one of her splen did acts, blended with elegance fill1, grace, in which nnini, Ulir'T UIB'1 . Master Wllj LI AM PASTOR, the Personator of the Wild Indian of the ;lesei t, nnd other verv intrrettinx scenes. Washinuion Ciiaukkss, the Ameri can scenic rerloruieron a single horse. J. Han kix9, celebrate-1 for his Roman Act on two horses, lofty Somersets, Ate. B . MAtxnRV,the comic Postureraiid D nicer. Antumo Pasior grand and lofty Tumbler. Fran PAsroR,the Pet of the circle, and unsurpassed in his brilli ant principle act on a simple hone, nnd sty led the greatest wonder of his nge. Also, Master Pnii.o Nathan, Infant Prodigy, elegant in hit mo.. eAiraoroia try I'.xcrcise, otlli, For fur h np iit'culansee Billiat Hotel-, Vo MURPHY AND CO. AND CANTON MISS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF FRESH PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS AND PUTTY. BOOKS, STATIONERY, PEKFUMERY, GLASS FINE SMOKING AND " CHEWING TOBACCO, FINEST CIGARS, PIPES, " ' and . v SNUF.FS,. :; Pens, Inks, Wafers, Sealing wax, Envel opes, iNote, Letter and Writing paper, Lead and Slate Pencils, Pencil points, Slates, Memorandum and Account Books; Violin strings, Fish Hooka and Lines; Brushes and Combs; Hair Oils and Dyes, Shaving washing and Scented Soap;,; Portable Soda water and Lemonade; Pure Brandies and Wines, fur medical ourooses on'v: Mjtch- . i 1 es, Playing Cards. Blacking and Blacking Brushes; Fancy and miscellaneous articles, iuu iroiuus iu llieuuon. .,11 .. 1 '. .. aii oi wnicn we are anxious to sell to good customers at reasonable prices. I S3 N. B. Prescription carefullv nut up aud medicines sold at all hours, day or Our stock of Aedicinea &c, was selecied io New York by Mr. E. D. Waid. in nuuj uuige inu oiore wni ne. We solicit the patronage of our Triends and the public, believing that our ariicl and prices will be satisfactory to all. ; D. W. MURPHY, Sept. 26ih 1850, " " ;- J.L.MITCHELL. LMNE S.0FF. Scotch and Maccaboy in bottles.- American Gentleman's &. Maccaboy in jars; allot the best quality; lor saie at AlUKrn I i& UO. POR THE HAIR AND COMPEX ION. Gouraud's celebated Hair Dye, Oils, Soaps and other Preparations, lor sole by MURPHY & CO. FOR GOOD BREAD. Yeast pow A Pro. ftf tkaa kial n.nl,l f,. aiatai hit MURPHY & CO. Fi RESH TEAS. Imnerial. Gunpow der, Hvsou. Souchone and Oulong, ot me urst quality, acid cheap by . MUttrtii. .u. ar- just 1 ON DON PALE ALE-A superior tide, direct from the importers, j received and for sale by MZ-lf , . i VV. G. TUOMFSOiVl fjINE SMOKING TOBACCO, entuely new article. Also fine common chewing tobacco for sale by MURPHY & CO. An and PURE OLD BRANDY. Warranted, l for sale by . . M URl'IIT & CO. OLD MADEIliA. Port Wine. Grape 'juice, lor invalids, and a good article of Jlaret.for sale by MURPHY&CO, nVann i w n wit rle,rioe ttrr Stats - strkkt, J Acuso.t M ?. ntxt aW I WM. MORRIS Jiwklrv Srosa' ' fT Dealer in SripJ Dr Gw dt and Hottf '", Grocerift, Wnt$wl Liquor, tiutt Capt Boplt and &hi t,,lfardm.ra t.,"s Cutlery, Glatt and Qnteniicare, ,; Naifa,- Calling, Pi evitium, Ragging and Rope, f-c. dc. . '. ; t Blu", C)ack, Sieel-mjxed and laocy Sat- j tinrtts. ,: .rf,!. n.,. i Do dp Plaid sad fyoey Catianjsrea Kentucky Janes, .; Plain and Plaid Llntryi, ! " ""' Vhile, Red, Yellow. Qreep arj pptte4 flannels, ' . . ' ; Gauae, Canton and Salsperry flaDrtels( ! British and A merjpaii prints, . , ". Cashmeres, Alpacss, Luatrei and fclj rino Silk ttripes, -i Irish Linen at all prices, : Linen Sheeting. . ; i T ('p Damask Table Clolhl, Birda ey ,Dim9 per and Napkins, ' . f Silk, Flag and Bandana Hd'lfs, , ; f Ladies and Misses Silk. Cuiton d ' Woolen flni.erv ! Gentlemens, ' s ' do ; 3 ! "W Ml,,. H U u -W(Un,p, ! Mississippi, Alabama fnd IBtenlucW Oznaburgs, 1 " -':-!, v. '-- s-u. f 1 Hamilton, Walton, - and ; Mapcheiter' Shirting and Sheetings, w v:a oi ' Cohassit, t Elephant - and - Potchesttt Tickings. :! i-- tiw i;l 1,: v.K : Apron and Furniture Checks, v ! - f i .i , Bleached Shirtines and SheetingSr- Dress, Flock and Sack Coats, Blankets, Sacks and Frocktees, i i ,! Plain &. fancy Cassiqnere pantbont,7 ; ' 1 ' ' Sattinett and Kentucky Janes eTo, i Sattinett and Riding Cord da, 's'1 BailU, Drawers. &c. &c , , ,,,, ... GROCERIES i Brown, Crushed and PuWM Sugars, ' ' Common and Sugar House Molasses, Rio and Java Coffae, - - , Black Imperial and 0. P. ImpU Tl, Fine and coarse Salt, f v Soap. Star and Sperm Candles, t. Rice Merniacilla Starch, 'IViff Pepper, Allspice, Ginger,. Maee Cloeti t fllWENTY Boxes roanulactpred Ta- bacro assorted brands and qualities WINES AND LIQUORS.: . Best Cognac Brandy importation 1803 Pure Holland Gin, .a o it ii fioni.li mnA IviaK IVlit.lp. r Claret, Old Port and . Medicine Wine's &, Florence Silk, Beaver and wool ban general assoiiruent, i Caps all varieties. ' ' i ; .' "? SMS & L Men's and Boya Russetts. 1! ivip Brogans, Calf, sew'd &, peg' boat Aud do do do U.UlDlinE and CUTLEHV ' Iron, Castings, Nails, Jcc. 4c GL.1SS arid UEEJVS IV.lltE. : A complete assortment. BAGGING and ROPE. FLOUilJ ; LARD, WHISKY, dee. &c " . Also a general assortment . ,, Silk and Coiion urt: . , .; v; ., bulla's Combs, ' Brushes, . f, j :." J The above articlea were ptJitbaMdiV New York4 Cincinnati, LouiaflU w4 St. Lonis the past summer, upoalfti meat1 lavorable terms. They are offered to the public at very amall profit. Te tissual 1 credit will be giten to prompt customer. I am determied to offer such inducenveuie ! as will ensure a call of lean, nnd beh.e- ' ing io the motto of "small profits fetid ; quick sales.,' I will take pleasure at alt 1 times to show my goods wtthtrut taarge. I will baiter for Coitoh; Oorn.Oais. Rves Dry Hides, Wool, Tallow, Rice. Rags, Ac. Liberal advaneea made on Cotton ship- ' pediomy friends in New Orleans. N B. Having made arrangements at 1 St. Louis for weekly shipments of Flour. ,: my customers may at all limes triy apoa getting a good and fresh article. Sept 19lh'50.-ly. - - ( ROEiOTATissr. ; Comstock's Hewes' Nerve and Bona ! Lin'.ment and Indian Vegetable Elikir, is warranted Io cure any case of Rheumatism Gout, Contracted Chords and .Auscles, ot,, stiff Joints, strengthens week Limbs, and enables those who are crippled Io walk,, again. Use this article and be cored, or f o without il and suffer, as you please. - . ' . . ,... ! .. - Hay's Einiment tor the PVes 7'he worst attacks of thefPilea are effee-' tuaUy and pi rmanently cured In a short time by the use of the genuine Hay 's Lin iment. Hundreds of -oar 'first citixen ,. throughout the country have rjsed this tin.-, iineut with complete success. It is war- " rented to cure the most aggravated case. ' " ODA &,SODA SALERATUS, fli.ue article, at lowest prices by - - ",. , MURPHY & CO. pANDIES. Vsstai A fine nssortirient ofAarta's MURPHY &CO. , I yAF SUGAR A large. supply; on hand, and for sale by ,il-yl D, W. MURPJIY.. flGARS. The real SPANISH at i V - MI7RPUY CO. UACAROA1-nl6-yl . -Fit-itu. and irenuine at D .V. MURPHY'S. . KOE.11STOCKS VERJUirVGE This is the most extraordinary remedy"! for Worms ever used; it effectually eradi- -'ates worms from both Adults and chil dren, (t cannot harm the most delicate Infant or strongest. Adult, aud never, fails to completely root out and destroy all kind Of worms.- The coal 2s. per bottle, puts it within the reach of all, aud all parents:'? who are without it are wantonly exposing 'I the lives ol their children to ilioae fell dia. troyers of youth, ' ITorms." - , i, .,, i-m - . All P -i ' 1 ' - v-uuucH, oi in a&o named- v ( nicies are sold onlv iu New Y.,rk k., .1 Comstock St. Co., Brothers, 57 Jobn-atteei, and also sold in Cautun Miss,, hy , . 4, ;i i MUKPHV dfc Co. -its ' Cosmelic'B tor every IIoAij. ' rT0 the Italian Aedieaicd soap of Gou- u" A rand are our Ladies indebted for f;itr!lS complexions.- He is, besides the inventor ";i of I he famous Powder Snbtiles for eradi- " caitng turpnttons hairjol the Liquid Vegc-" table Rouge for imparting a be..uiilol color; 3 to pale cheeks; of Ine celebrated Hair Ret,-; 1 1 torative whose efficacv.is testified to bir ! i inousanas.--iEW Yoas: SONOAy I i.meh All lor sale by ! MURPHY &, Co. vd For ' UeeT and lot k - iiei n-rined . .nVL Puiu ..I AlilivPHY Jfc CO. T IIMSU D OIL I li 6Ja,.j,in eweUi ui'-i X irsr ra e article t ,r alu at a Verv low nro I f ,' Ci th. hr 1' 1 ( l.'Y s. ."..jriM.