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ft. , ..in F Mi PuufT. ' ; il .UteaW, " ' (JarrcltV Scotch' Snuff, Lnrulards " " -Hutcliing's Pysppsia Bitters, ', Towrcnvl's Sarsaparilla, - f lJulls, ' ' ' Jo'- ' 'i ' San., " Jo- V " Daily's ttenuino Pain Extractor, ' "Mo 'I Torso and Cuttle Curoall, Arabian Liuimcnt,- " " Toilette mid OoU.guo' Botttay ' Imperial and lilack Tea, Win-W (Mass nii.lTaiuK Nash" TV Is and Paint I'mslic, Sand Paper Yarn ishes Ac ' ; For sale lvL- 'JAR JONKS.& CO. v-- vSi'yii "'-A (' Mortar. FISK'S : , : ; 1MTEVT 31 ETA LI C KIRIAL CASES. AIR-TIGHT ANQ I$P,ESTUCTIBLE. Fr tr'ii cfi)i;f dud prcserciny the Dead, for ntinary jiinrmcui, jor ainr, jur iyn:sjf.;litiin, or for any other dc- CT7" Prices not exceeding rates of ordinary i'nir!w. - . For sale at the Itiimti r.v. Wak k Room of J. wOMELSDOltFF. , May is.il. S-tf. . ,., Columbus Miss, BLAD017 SPJlHiTGS. pHIS popular watering 1'laco, will l,e. Opened X for the reception of visitors on the first day of June. The proprietors have added largely to their improvements during the past winter, and will he able (luring the present season to nc eoininoilaie, from four to live hundred persons. Ii addition to the medicinal and curative prop otties of the water in diseases peculiar to a south ern climate, those Springs possess many advan tages over nloit of the watering places in the s juth nnd west. Being situated hut four miles from the Bigbee river in Ghoctaw Comity. Ala., in as healthy a region ns can he found in the southern country, and arc accessible at all sea sous of the year by Steam Boats. It would he useless to attempt a full description of the h,c,ne; lit to ho derived from the use of these waters, Miilieo ii, that we feci fully warranted in saying, that la. 'ir s. mat ive properties, in the cure of dis eases of the Liver, Stomach, Bowels. Kedneys, ;int Mil, i. l ii.-ers ot long standing, (.eiieral lie biltty mporiiuluopd hy a long residence in a sou ineri) climate, t.out, Klieumatism, iNeural'ria. ar' Mrcrpmlfd by any waters in the United Ma:. I hei l . ;i- hundred.? could testily who have tried ,iie:i -v. Mauy ananireiiieiits have been in 1. 1..'. ,..,( Hi,' ,:i uro-rre s for the amusement and pleasure ol v I'uiS. I l'beie v.-lii Ii a iouiar line of Semi-weekly I I'aekets iioiii jlo!)ile to the Springs. (jioptl JJai'ks with careful ilrivers will he iucontsant at tiMKjati.'C to carry persons tpand frqiii the river. T HE T AH L E will be eoii-tuiitly suppliej will) the Yi.uv Bkst the country atlords, and no pains oi the part pf the Proprietors, will be spared, to render visitors comfortable. , t'or t'he'inieal properties of the water, the pub lic are referred to the Analyses of one of the principal Springs,, by Prof. Brumby of the Uni versity of Alabama. Hates of Itouid. Per day, - - S.' 00 Per week, - - $10. 00 u niDiiih. -?' 00 Single meal, . "13 d; " Childrefi and Servants half price. Boat.J of horse per day, ------ $ 1 00 week. ----- r, (10 " " " month ----- 18 00 Large families subject to a liberal dt ductipn from the above rates. CONNOR k HF.NRV, Pi ojnuclors. Bladou Spring, Ala. May Jst, 1S'1. 8 lit. CANDIDATES. ET?'" We are authorised to announce the Hon. JOllV I. t.t'lOV, of Warren as a candidate or the oilier of State Chancellor, at the ensijing November election. CT Wo nre authorized to aiiiioiiiy.e GIIAS. SC't)TT. of Hinds as n catidi.late for the pili.ee .of State Chancellor, at ' the ensuing November i lection. ' Q3;"- We are authorised to announce Col. C. S. TAKTLKV, of Jackson as a candidate for the oilice of State Chancellor, at ensuing Novimiher election. iT?" We nre authorised to announce W3I. II. II. I'ATTF.ItSOX, as a candidate for the oilier of SherilF, for the county of Lowndes at the ciisuiiig November election. C7" We are authorised to, nnnpnnc.g liOH" KUT I). IIADKN, as a candidate lor the ulllce of Sheriif for the county of Lowndes, tit the enduing November election. Wk arc? authorized to nHnOimec K. II. OASTO. as a candidate for the pllice ol Sheriif, for tho courty of Lowndes tit the ensu ing November election. TT f. nre authorised to announce L. J. SCI10(lliAIt, ns a candidate for the olliee of ( otmty. Treasurer, for the county of Lowndes at iUc ensuing November election. Q " We nre authorised to annonnco I'lVKIt- All!) I)(l SIXG as n candidate forthoolfiee of Comity Treasurer, for the county of Lowndes ;t the .ensuing November clectioe.. We arc authorised to announce JACOI1 ISAACS, ns n candidate for the office of conn ty 'frpasijrcf, for the county of Ipy.T;des, ut the vnsiiHig iov(..';;i;cr cie.cii.tvii. BT7" Ve are authorised to atmpunce- DUr ;.Ll) McKKIjLKIS.', as a camlklate foi the oilice of Assessor, for the county of Lowndes, at i ue ensuing iNOvember election. - CC7" We arc authorised to announce ' LAW" fll?i II. HILhKFOItDfis a candidate for the olliee of Assessor for the county of Lowndes, ai me enguing iNovcniiier election. U Vc are authorised to announce A3IZ1 K. IitlVI'.. as a .candidate for re-election to l he office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, for tho county ol Lowndes, at the ensuing election. ITT e fire authorised to announce DAN I H' I 1 " 1 I a i r . i . i.ii m ii.iii.i un, as a enniimaic lor re-c- Jection tp the ' oilice of Clerk of the Probate Court, for rtie comity nfT.owil'S, rt tic? ensuing November f lection. . ST"" We'a.-e auiiioiii-.ed lp auiiomioe ,fiV.O tit 3li DA.V If Hj. :i ii i.andidate for ' re-elec- ion to O.j; , of Town Con1able. at th? en- s a her No e: i i lection. ' . " 7? W''";: ".'xhorised to announce JOHN . Hid,' h!,t. M ii candidate for th.i.nf- tic l. ('tm-hibl...- far n;-iv-. TV,, n' .. .i Kumg November election.' '""'' '0n'4'tl10 announce LEVI Vu ' 11 "-"dulate for- re-election to the oihee of Mayor, at the ensuing November election. . k " CC?" V.'e are aithprised to announce 3l W i,iiii, .ii n .camiKKUe lor the olliee Mayor, ;it tlm ensuing November elocttpu. are authorised to announce IlKN- JAMIN T. TAVLOM. as a enndidate for the oiilee ofTown ('on.tr! Jo at tltn ensuing- N.o yember cl.ei;i.j.VH.. ' - -' ; XC7 We are pni horized to announce the Hon. N. I. JOODlVIN. as a candidate forre-elec tiou to the office' of Judge of Probatesr Elec tion November next. - . ...... ... . .. 7" r. Vfl 'Jirrrj 7 -i-ryt t xi pHE Ladies of Cohtrabu?, have an opportunity -.. lor n lew nays only. I lea nun" the science miAWING AND CU'lTING J'ATTERN .UU iiRr.S-F.S t.nlt. fnf T.n,H Cl,il,lr,.n that i? can h e acquired ui u i -vj. i.., oih, and will enahl e a Ja.ly to fit her .el r.i.'a'ntly. ' It style. Price ' 5 ten dollars.- i i ':f science, u un-i c, ,1.;.- ....3.!.. un a!,o be ,yK.d to urv lorteud,ii:gi,j,;n, , l!.o... who Miny,;.;,. tp 'VO H l.n'mr. l,,, i . r f , I "'I' ll 'I'l I, hma,n, lor l!vr dollar. ..orha.p. w.ll ho made. m.i y ;. iHj a pattern "ai. iactiflri given, Ln.fics will be at ' . 1 ' i o:i be given . - ..-.i- u 1 1 r' f a E DJI N. ES . J A II S JONES 00, At tfie Sign of the Negro Mortar. Wholesale and Kctail Dealers in latliig Plicirinaccuilsts,! GUR stock embraces the business in its most . extended ra'tae imd in tioint of quality nnd assortment defies ti competition. . With prompt attention to business pore and unadulterated Urus,to oiler our customers at moderate prices, we. hope to share the same liberal patronage uereioi re extencieu to our nouse. Wo give below few of the leading nrti"c)p9 in our extensive assortment. : ' ' " " , Drugs ami Medicines. Alum, --- . ' " .' . ' ... ' Arrow Root, "-"'- . BaNams, Copavia, rem, Fir, Tolus, &c. Borax, re lined. JJriinstone, .. . Cream TarOtr, , ; Giiiii!, Assultetida, Qpium, Aloes, Shellac tJumbogr,1 Arabic, Trftgacun. &e. ' Glue,' - ' ' i. . ' Ipecac, . . '!;,'': Jalap, ....... Roqts, Ivlmharb, StirsaparillaJ Colpmbc, &p. ' Snake, Gentian, Ginger, Pink,Spiiri &cj. t Sulphur, : Sid Soda, Arsenic, : ' . Ainsced, ' t . ' Copperas, . . f .,. Camphor, , , : jpsotn Salt Liquorice, Magnesia's, Mustard, ' , . . Sennas' C,hcmcal$-l!urc, Acins Sulphuric, imriatic; Nitric, Tartaric, Be riZ soie, Oxalic, Acetic, &o. ' - . Ammonia, Cijihonate, Spirits and Srlj Blue siass, . ' Calom.l, . Chloroform, Ethers, Sulphuric, Nitrotis and Aectjc, Morphine, Quinine, Red Precipitate, - - : RfM-helle Sajt-,' ' ' Tart Einetic, ' . Corrosive Sublimate, Ipdine,' Iodide, Potaps, ' Piperini.', - Nitrate Silver, , ',-Strychnine, Soda Bi Curb,; Sedlitz mixture, vSu;ar Lead, ' Prce. Carb. Iron, . White Vitriol, Jaints, i.c. ' Citr.oins Green, Vellpw and Red. lrops Black, Lamp Black, Lithrage, Yellow Ochre, Lead, Pure, No. 1, Red, Black and White, uose l'mk, Umber, . ... Spanish Brown, Terre sienna, Venition Red, ' Vermilions, Whitiiiir, . Sand Pater. Putty 0. Paris Greeiij Prus. Blue, Eiiery7 Vanishes, 01 fiS. T"rl0",'"1e, Linse'd, Spearm Oil Ncats Foot Oil, Castor Oil, PliveOil, , ish iril, Lard Oil, Sweet Oil, Boiled Linseed pil, &c Cjrofci'icN and Spites. Alispice, pa udles, Mould & Star Cinnamon, Clpves, ' - . fjinger Race, ' pinger Ground, Mace, , Pcpir, Potash, " fealeratus, Spice. ground, Snnlf, . .'Starch, Nutmegs. SOAl'S CASTIfiI.,12 F A N C Y AND COM M O N Dyes and Dye Woods. Indigo, - ' Annatto, Logwood. Fustic, Blue, Vitriol, Tumeric, Siiris, Liquors and Wines. rr7 PURELY MEDICINAL. '! Brandy - Alcohol, Tort Wine, Holland Gin, .Maderia Wine, Jamaica Rum, ." Malaga Wine, &c. WIND 0 V (JLASS. Of various Sizes, - " Qhx.iutrc, Slop Furniture, ,Yiah Rjttles , . ot all uesenptions. - tiirsin:s? Pai"', . Sits, V ' White Wash Hair, . Cloth, Shoe, Tooth, Camel Hair, &c, Perfumeries Fancy Articles. COLOGNE Fannj Jhtlhs. , Labels and Essential. Oils. Oil Bergampt, .. " Cloves, " Lemon, " Sassafras, , " Hemlock, Rose,' " Oil' Peppermint, Cinnamon, - . " Anise, " Winterngreen, " Origanum, " Nerohp, Oil Orange, &e. CorJcs Bottles, Vial, Demijohn, r. IIci bs, Extract, Roots, Rarks, Confections, &c Surgical Instruments, statiowehy, Paper, Letter. Cap and Wrapping. ' j Sealing Wax, , Black Sand, Ink Towder, . Inks, Red, Black and Indellihle. Apothecary and Shop Furniture. Jrs, . Tinctures, SaltmoutliH, " Sow Bottles, , ,Ointircnt ars, firaduatej, ,. .S,oi & Weights, Spatulas, ' , - Mortar. Iron and Wedge Wopd, . . ... . Funnels, &u. . Patcjnt iTlcdicincs. A ; 'fl'l'1 pf all'the popular Medicine pf the day. Sundries, . Turpentine,. Castor Oil, . weet Oil, Lemon Syrup, , . Essences, , . , Paregoric, , Laudanum, &c. in bottles to suit the trade Matches, - : BU eking, . Tu ill-") Pink Saucers,' Pcrcussipn Cops,. Alkomctcrs, &c. Columbus, May 15, 1S01. 7 ly. . , PIAX0 FORTES .FOR SAfJS. TUST received direct from New York 3 pplen- O did U.osc-Vooil Pianos, which will ho sold low for cash. Euriiure at tho Furniture rWare Koom, kept by. J. Womelsdoiiff. - Also a good nssortmcnt of Cabinet Furniture, consisting of v ar4rol.es, Belsteads of . all kinds.. ashstawls, Tables, Chairs, Lookimr.Glasses, Mat- tragfcs, fyc. - ". - . ' M T . re. . ?:l,-' tnulcrsigiied would-also most re- speetiiiuy miorm the itiens of Columbia and tl!C vicimcy, that he will discharge the duties .of v vrtaMtig wiin neatness and dopuu h -w hen ev r c:;!'ed npon." JERO.ME VOMELobO?.' April 10, 1831. 4 Cm. - . . ' '-i . M H " IM k - V TTT Wl : 1' 1 01 i.' k Jm ltrC4e. Jan. 1S5I. 42 ly. W X E ;k i MOBILE, ' ALABAMA. -Hardware, tnaktlUryXtJinj, Bar A I. .'? 1,10 P'easure of returning thanks JLX. to their fr.ends, for tho liberal support which hey have go kindly bestowed: They.atthe same time, wish to inform" them that their present ex tensive stock- additions to whieh nre beii." da: m.uie lias been most judiciously selected as gards hoth price and quality, and will he e'ol.l I on rt wry reasonable terms.' it consists Gi st s follows; ' Swedes Bar Ir.on, ISO tons all sizes. American do 50 do do -. Horse-Shoe Iron and Nail Rod of refined quality Morse Shoes, Burden's Patent l'OOO sets. Rod ami Sheet Iron rll szes and numbers. Steel, German, Blister and Cast. ' nviotiiuc i.ins, viriiuns, ou Iihts. Hoop and Band Iron, 200 bwrdk'.' ' Hpllpw Ware Castings, CO tons. Cut NaUs and Spjkqs, afiO'l-e's'.' ... a Siulvs"nnd Shovels, 100 dozen Ames and others all kinds. . i , ' ; f Chains, 5a Casks Trace, Ox, Log, Coil, Well, kc. I loushs m every variety by theest makers. . Fan MilU, Corn Shelle.rs, Sttav Cutters, &c. Mill, Cross-cut, Hand and Paiitjl Saws, &e. Ship and House Carpenters tools a complete as- . sortment. ... Shoe-makers and Cooners dri, . . s Sportsmen will also find a sood assortment of loublc and single barrel Shot-?uns and Rifles. Percussion Caps, Shot Baas, Pouches, &c. ' -Scythes, Reaping Hooks, Grain Cradles. . Colfee mills; Wool and Cotton cards; Andirons, ShpveU and Tongs; Locks, Hinges, Window fast eners; Ziuc, Sheet and Pig Lead, A cood assortment always on hand of Shel and Fancy Hardware. . rocket Cutlery. 1000 doz. Pocket knives, 1, 2, 3. 4, 5 & 7 blades. 'JOO gro. Ivory and Balance handled Knives and Forks. 500 do Buck-horn & Bone do do " Steels, Patent and common. . Spoons, Plated & German silver, Iron tinnbd &c. raims, cus & Hiudow Glass. A gopd supply at all times. .. Sliip Chandlery. Comprising all sorts materials reotured for the use of steamers. ' ; ; . . . Frf!nl tno extent and variety of their stock they feel confident m bein" enabled to irive conmlete aiisiacumi to their customers. lebl3:1.43 LOOK AND LIVE ! 1 r D R. G L 0 VE R' S Prepared Botanic Mctliciucs. ... ANTI-PERIODIC PILLS, . - ( WITHO UT Q UININE ) . For. Cliill$ tml Fiver; owl Agpe-and Ftvcr.T - l'rieo 50 cents per box. iNNQCUqtJS CATIIARTIC PILLS, - Suitable for a general Purgative. '. . Price 25 cts. per box. . BAYBERRY SYRUP. Fvr Dysentery, Diarrhaa, GholeraMorbui and pra-lttaiUum. . .. Pnpe $1 00 per bottle -' : Certificates : : ' Ai5EnDEEX, Miss. March 27. ISol. 1 hereby certify, that I ha ye been using Dr. L. C. Glover's "Ami-Periodic. Pills" in iny family tor two years past, ana have no hesiteney in sav ing, they are preferable to any remedy I havecv- er usea 10 siop inins ana f ever. In fact, 1 have not failed in a single instance in stoimirifr the Chill the first trial ; and they produce no bad cpeii, out leave the system in a pleasant condi. L1UII. ' . -.. . .r . ... .. .... ..... I have known them used by others with eonal gqpd success. I jfiiew thein given in One old chronic case, where ftther medicines had failed 1 hey fully succeeded in making a lasting cure I take pleasure in recommending -them to the putjiic genciatty. . J AS. D. Jle A LISTER. Noxrnr.E Cor ntv,. Miss. Febu.S.S, 1831. L. C. Glovek : Sir : Da. i on desire to know of me what success I have met with as Arent for your Medicines. The people here have been generally healthy the past year, but notwithstan. ding this, I have disposed of a good deal of them and m every instance that I have heard of when properly used, they have given the greatest sat isfaction. At the time I received your medicines I had a case of Chrpnic Chills in my flimiiy pf iweive montiis staiiumg, to hiClf 1 had given a great deal pf Quinine, and b'ecaslonallv rt dpf) pf Blue Mass; all only served to debilitate and make the case worse. Tho' first time I, tried your "AnU-Period;c Pills" they broke the Tar oxysm 1 then followed the directions for Chronic Chills-' and effected a permanent cure. I have had your'-Ba'yberry Svrun" used in sp.v cral cases of Bowel Cpmplaints and always with the very best success, bpth in pases of children aiiuuump. ,i oeneve it to ue not only an eflec tual prearatipn, jnt ptu: that is perfectly liarm Respectfully. ELISHA W. DOtSON. Monroe County Miss. March 26, 1S31. Da. Gi.ovee, - -. ''' Dear Sir : I have been using your "Baybcrry Syrup" in my family, and I cari safely say from the experience that I have with it, that 1 believe it to be not only a safe, but a more effectual medicine than any which I have ever used for the diseases of the bowels. - Yours &e. ' R. RASBERRY. There can be no longer, any doubt properly entertained about the possibility of there bein lounii a remeuy lor Chills without (Quinine. My 'Anti-Periodic Pills" have forever settled that question. This has been an object anxious ly sought for, by-tho profession for many years and should be hailed as a grand disideratum in the progress of medical science." Few if any, persons who are enlightened on the subiect. will deny, that Quminc'stnperfies the brain, at; J there by, blunts the faculties, destroys thp ijipmory", dims the sight, deafens the hearing, and debili tates the nervous systeir). That ge;iepl debility of the entire system supervenes. ' siiLiectino- a Jerson the mpre rpadjjy, tp any disease peculiar iu ins iempera;nepi. wituims array c,t evils, whp will persist jp. the use of Quinine. V families adopting the use of mv medicines will find their expenses for medicine curtailed pit least one half. Liberal deductions' will be madj on large deniands. . " - "L. C. GLQYER, M.D. Proprietor. North Side Main Street. Columbus Miss. March "7, 1851. 4 ly. -- , ' Vi i' HI 117 E liave just received per recent arrivals, V a Lirge assortment of SEINES, ' well adapted to the Southern' Fishery, and' .suita ahlofor llivevs, hakes, Crocks or lhy?, v.luch we unur at very, lojy prjees. - ' - k axes, iuu dozen, gonmne, Collins'. Hunt's. &o rought Spikes, 200 kegs from 3 to lain.'.' Hoes, 500 doz. Polished, Cast-steel, Iron, &c. Grindstones, 10 in., blue Nova Scot ,2.do.t 80." " - ICO ' . ft 2 do GO " v- 120 2 dp "50 , 100 ! " ,2 do 40 " " b0 " 6 do 30 . - CO " " 5 do -25 ?f 50 5 " - 10, do 20 if " " '4i3 .'5 ' ' 20 do 15." . . 'SO 20 do ' 10 " -'" " 2j. -( " 10 do -. 8 " .a. 1G " . " 19 do 5 " f " 10 ' ' (' SJIRTMP SEINES . -dti tv,J lcnirtLs; CRAB NETS. Fifteen Ten r.-sorted j. torr, i proved bth. COTTON iia:t:oi:. ' 2 doz. prefer. One T o 3 togr? an li 1" E T T I N G )C1' 1 vni1.?, cut to ftny?-" . FLO A.T S, ad, iiiO. ve Sc i" trc dyed in, i tr 5 . VI '1 "OR chas. H. ABf ::: r. GEO. C. rRE.VTICK. 'i'n I1 ., COMMISSION. ML.. CHANTS, ' No. 71, Commrrvr .Jlrcct, Mo ffcA1 lama. Jan. 1st, 1S00.' " . ' ' MURRAY 1 S?UTIX,- COMMISSION MJUl CM ANT, . ioniLE, Ala.'' . J. II. TURNER, Agent; Columbus, Mi.s. ' D" Office nt Gray & Jones. . . K7 Liberal Cash advances, on Cotton to be shipped. . ... ' Jirn liJO." ,.9 tf. . , ho?a:it desha:& to. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Mohile, Ala. ... A. CHANDLER,-Ar.r:T, Columbus, Miss. IHAVEalargo supplyof Baggingand Ropeon hand, at cost and charces.-" , " G. A. CHANDLER, All Cotton shipped to the above House, in tho name of G. A. Chandlery on account of the real owner, will be ensured. .. '"- f .'.-'. August, 10th lSOO. 30 if. - , . . 4UCX. CAMTISEUL. JNO. II. r.OMW'OnTH, CAMPBiLL &:Co., ' Steamboat' Agents, and General Ilcccivin'r ami ' Forwarding Merchants, " . t No. 73 Front and 7;5 Commerce streets, ' . . - Mouii.K, .Ala. . Goods consigned to us for the Interior, will be received and forwarded free of commissions and storage. t, P.S Messrs. C & Co.. shin rroods bv all tho lasted boau Oittlie Hgby, Warrior nnd Alabama nvers. , lebl3:1.13:lv. SLOUGH, ELSTON & Co., Commission Mer. chants, Mobile, Alii. Jam 1850 19-lv . . J W A. SMITH, Successor to Dabncy $ Smith.) Grocer. No. 38 Commerce streec. Mobile Alabama. . Jan. '50 19-lv ftlRJiSEYj SIlIiPPARO & 1HMY, M holcsale and Retail Grocers. : 22 & 21 Commerce St., corner of St. Michael, MOBILE. F. M. KtiiKSEv, ; Jas. G. SiiEri'AEO, CS. Bkay. :- ' . ; io-iy JOHN C. IIOI.COjIIil Fokmerlv of Augusta, Ga. Commission Merchant and General - Affcnt, , ATTENDS specially.to sale of Cotton and buy. ing and selling exchange. K?"Othce 47 St. Michael street. Mobile. Feb. 2$. 1S50. r v r - v.'- - VT3I. iGCKFORO, V; COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 21 Commerce Street, -MOBILE, ALA. Jan. 1850. 19-ly R. T. HOSJilS, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Mobile, Ala. July 4th, 1S50. H-tf. HhUMUI) COIIEAT, Corner of Dauphin and Water Street, a Mo Dili:, Ala., lit import iny of Broadeloths, Cassimercs, ' Drillinyxr Linens Tailor's Trimminys, Muslins, tfr. Dareyes and Prints. 10-ly. ... RIVES, II A.TTL.K & CQ., COMMISSION MERCHANTS;, MOBILE, ALA. 11. 1S50. 19-ly Jtt lUXCY BROTHERS, ... rM:-fMtXJfcJS4.A4Va DEALERS JN Bar Iron, Nails CaUiitif' f jins, Rijh : j'ist'Js, Ac. ; tes. . Mill Rocks, Boltj.vg Cloths, Ilartlu rc & futlcry. 15 and "47 Commerce and Front Streets, " MOBILE. ALA. - - II. IEWIIOirsE"& CO. Furniture, Carpet d' Piano Forte Warehouse .'.'..,. No. 68 Water Street, MOBILE, ALA. B. NnwitoiTsn, : - v- ., - , : Miles Treat, . : f; Cyrus Gill.' - - i-ly TIOlIILi: IRON STORE. DADE & It AYNOLDS , - . DEALr.RS IN 31111 Rocks, Bolting Cloths, Mill Gear,' Bar Iron, Mill Irons, and Hardware generally. h: No. 24 Water Street, Mobile. .. ' ... , March 11 10-Cm 410, a,; luxou), .- No. 7 St. Francis Street, Mobile - Siyn of the Green Hat, r - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Hats, Caps, Combs, Bonnets, Umbrellas, Bandboxes, &c. Jan. 1S50. 19-ly , S. B. AT.LKN , ( J. (). 15 j . ''.,' 1 Tuscat BANKS 'Mobile, aloosa ALLEN & BANKS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, " ' ' MOBILE, ALA. Liberal advances will be made on Cotton con signed to their care. . ' , April 1S51. 4 if...... AfjABAMA DRUG HT0RE, Sign of the Green Mortar, Commerce and Dauphin Streets, Mobile Rpbcrts, Eacostc & Co., ; Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines aiuiiis, rerlumery, Landreth'a Garden and Field Seeds, Oils, &c. C?" The attention of Planters, Physicians arid country -UOiCijans 19 refpecllully solicited. Jap. JU-ly r2IE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Choctaw County. Probate Court, March' Term 1851. rpO William B. Cox, Sarah Smith late Sarah JL Cox, Martha Randall late Iartha Cox, and Mary Cox, the widow of Robert Cox deceased ; and Charles Cox - Guardian ad litem for Georn-e o. tox, jamcs f . px, iv. J . uox, eelma E. Cox and Jcptha S.' Cox heirs' " rind legal representa tives of Ivpbert Cox deceased; ' ' - . You are hereby notified tO be and annenr lx fore the Probate Conrt of Choctaw County. State atoresaia on me lourtn ivionday in JULY next -1 -.r . men anu t'lere to snow pause, if any you can why the lolipwing described lands, viz; The t l-j quarter of section S, also E half N Erjtiarte and EhidfS E qzir.riercf section ii. and Whn of tile ly half pf S y njgarter of section 9 all in lownsiup norm 01 range 10 east, Plioutd r be according to the Mtgarestion and petiti of Janics Rand.ill administrator De 1 n JL liOii I j' i .faf ' f end Robert Cos dec Wt.7;'3s tlie II .01 1 1 I John E.'iou of said county r.rrlii-'t a,j L. S. Judjje of Prohn the4thMoi'' Seal of - JAVIS. ci ; y I,-"''h, 131. 4 i"?-n Ti, -i" ' at of r " 'lie A love 1. 1. 1 A. INEES :e ,iO et " M V i O ti e CO, ' 1. t'i ( 1 MOB I L E No. S5 DavhU Sired, ZLVile, Ah. KEEPS constantly onhanda. ' teat variety of 'tLc Mowing article. Vcs' i'n'ianv ctl'icri which it vould be too tedious to meotinn: ' Tortc.- o SbotUnd Horn Coinhs, of all d tiOlISj : ' " ' !. Krushes c f cycry variety ; ' Buttons of the latest stvle and Taul larly received: Needles and Pjnes of all kinds; , Millinery Articles of sunerior style add fash ion. . CUTLERY. &c. Greaves andSons' Razors, Wado and B ucher's Razors, Rodgers' Fine Scissors nnd Knives. 1. 2. 3 and 4 blades, Anderson's Scissors, Pocket, Toy Knives and Forks, Saunder's Chapma's, Pome- roy'8 Emerson's HiIFsand Mechi's Razor Strops, Tea Bells. Brittannia, Iron, Tea and TV W Spoons, Brittannia Lamps, ; Corkscrews and Spurs..-''"'1'-'.'- ''"';' ' SILVER It PLATED WARE. Silver ever pointed pencils. Thimhlo. rnnra holes, Steel -Tops, Open . Tops, German Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Plated Tea and Table Spoons, Blue Steel Spectacles, Goggles, Stock Buckles, Pantaloon Buckles,' Silver Tooth and Ear Picks, Silver and Steel Tweezers, Silver Pla ted Hooks and Eyes, in round square and gross ooxes. - Stationery Articles, viz : Steel -Pens. P.-ncll Blue and Black Writing Ink,' Twine, &c. &c. Sporting Articles Fne Doable barrel Guns; RHle and Gun Flints, ect.. ect. Panics Lack gumnion Boards, Chess Boards, ..y. .-j a.i, tuillUlUL?j li:,j ,X.V. Musical Instruments Accrdeons, FJets, Vi ilons, &c. -""' .' . j Jewelry Gold nqd Plated breast P,ins, finger lings, Hair Pius, Koiids acVecklac-esr ' Perfumery, Pocket Beoks and Wallets. FishmT aekle, Fancy Goods. Lookinn Glasses. Miscel- i . ir ' - ii- i ... Z, ' - r, . - iiiiivuuo TYures, yviuow l oys, He, cc.. with all the articles usually kept in a W holsesale and Re tail Fancy and Variety Store. Merchants and others from Eastern Missisippi, j-un-iiusui ootis in mis line, are respecttnlly in vited, to oall, assuring them that they will at all times, be prepared to sell as low as any estab lishment of the kind in Mobile. January, 1S50. 27 ly. . o m n n n 1 11 m 0. n i WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN BOOTS ASD SHOES. Corner Conti and Water Sts., Mobile. Alu. J.NO. Henry. . . 4 Ai.ei. SmnnAr.-r. J. W, Field, James Tait. We would resnectfullv call the attention of lamiif, Lr.uivis nun euizens generally, to our Very Extensive Stock : of the, above articles. which have been selected with the greatest care as regards material and workmanship, especially for this market., - . We are at all times prenared to furnish to thr Trade, every stvle of Goods in our line, nt smis. factory prices, and.would respectfully solicit or ders. , -- - Oct. 3rd, 1S50. 24 Cm. HENRY & CO., Importers ami Dealers in Foreign and Do- nicstic Dry Goods. Corner Conti and Water Streets, MOBILE. Are constantly rcecivine by Foreiirn Atrivals. and from the best manufacturers in the country jyew and seasonable adapted to the Southern trade, to which they invite the attention ql ta(;.Siitc atjd Jit tail Purchasers. PLANTATION G O l) D S , III frrcat variety : Blankets, Kerseys, Linsev psnabnri's, Brown Shirtings fc Sheetimrs, Bleach ed do, Striiied Domestics, Denims, Cottonades, i' ir . 1 t o . . . - . t , .... . i wcfiies, Ri-iiuicKy jeaiu, oauiucis, nca lick ings, Cheeks, &e. OJlE PRICE OaLY. Oct. 3, 1S50. 24 Cm. Elliott Bobbins, N. O. Arrington. ROBBIAS, AURIXGTOX & CO. : No. 19 Bank Place, New Orleans. Refer to Thos. W. Brown, J. J. Sherman, Elias B. Forte, A. II. Jordan. Jan. Sth, 1S51. SS tf. . ,43Ibi!c Stationer' Warehousf." Wm. Strickland's Bosk, Sialionery, Priniing Hmdiag Establiskent No. 2S Dauphin st., Mobile. JJOQlIS-coniI,ris,nS "'C works of the best standard autnors in tfie various departments qf Cheap Publications, at publishers prices, re ccived as soon as issued from the press.' ' - SChOOl Books, a large supply of all kinds in general use, seiecieii wun grearcarc by the pro prietor personally. ' . - "' ." AnniialS anl Pictpri;;l Wprks, 'pf the most ueauiuui uescripiion, supermy uaiuid. Stationcry consisting of the mpst approv ed Kinds, adapted tp tue use 01 counting rooms and public odiecs. . IllanlC Looks, of the, most apprqved manjjf.ic tare, with recent improvements. Paper and Cards,. Letter, Foolscap, Fplio Post and other japers; playing and pj.ain Cards, all kind..'" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' :. Pr in ting cnip Book Binding, in all their P'Cbiintry M"erchants are invited to examine the stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere : feb27'51:45:ly. r. winter; Cabinet Furniture, & Upliolstc ry Warc-Kooms, No's SO & SS Water Street, Opjmsitc Henry, Stoddart, Co. Mobile. Ala. A large stock of Furniture 'always on- hand j-uattreses made and repaired at sliort notice t Jan. 1S51. 43 ly. . , . ATT I W t, - . 4 VI Aiilj CV 7JjAIMJ South Side of Main Street, . , Old Stand of Weaver, Mullin & Co. THE undersigned have formed a copartner ship under the above style, for the purpose of eonductins a Mercantile Business, in the Dry Goods line, at tho above well known ohf sVaii'd- ...1 . i 1 1 .1 . ' i - : i . ' -r i-rc lut-y iiuvo ou uanu a wen sciecica assort mentof .',;",-' '.. . - .' 'i.i--- -: . STAPLE $ FANCY DRY GOODS, suitable for the Season nnd this market; togeth er with Ready made Clothing, Hardware te Quence ware, Saddlery &&. , -j - r'-"'- T We invite our friends and tho public to give us a call and examine pur stock hs we liave no douut ox being abie to suit them in troods tin prices.1 " JOHN K OTTLEY, - PETFTl'sTARIf. ' Columbus, June 12th, JS,50. S ly."1 ' ' Attor ry at La a:, fJoIi-ir.Lu., ?:is-l.lppl.- Ofiii ,,-,po-. t:.e Ch,' 1 cry Ch-iL's o! March 2'5 1S50. Aftur ! and itS'i.or I 1 Co' mil.' 7 if. t; 1:," 1 ti, i.lli.ILut'j i'-'ins i 1 the pr' -peetfully r,'l i- t' VVI rv L. all t i 1 , ::i i . m 1 j.' No. f ,1"-' Hi new imTSil x .PANy..".;:- ."..'-;' 11G E,oauYAY? New now, $S50,000 and rap . - .... . .....tff... Principally invented in Un ited States S(oc7:s. MORRIS FRANKLIN, Yresident. - Pliny Fit i-eman, Actiaby. Agenrij, No. 92 Camp Street New Orleans. Under Local Board ofrDirecfprs. ' . No citra eliarge for Southern residence on ac elimatcd Rifks. '- : J " A Credit of Forty per cent, of premiums riven n LIFJvpQUpiEr ' ""V ' '""!" on aii (iiiiim iiviiicim inane irota 4U to oi per cent., ;ori yy hich interest is paid 'yearly in CASH to thelasHr' ''' ' V - ' 11 - ' K7" Ajiplieaticns to be made tft ar4 informa tion given by ' ' :V ' J. ANDERSON, '.'' '.,.'' ' Coluii'lbtis, Miss. May 1st, 1S51, 5 2m. ' " ' ' ) Security of pnilics against Want ! MAY be obtained with certairTt,'y tiy the Head of a family "vvho will pay annually af oVialii portion of his or heir income to the y ' . RI3XT1CKY BIU'rtJAI LIPE IX- At the following rates on each Hundred Vollart, Age, j Prcm. Age Prem. Age. 14 $1,14 29" $2,22 -45 15 1,4S 30. 2.2S 40 1G 1,51 31 2,35 47 17 1,55 32 ;- 2,41 V 4S 18 1,59 .'33 2,48 49, 19 1,02 31 . 2,56 50 20 .1,66 35 " 2,63 51 21 : 1,70 36 .2,73 52 22 1,75 37 , 2,S2 53 23 1,S1 .38 2.93 54 24 1,88 39. 3.01 55 25 1,94 40 " 3,15 . 5o 26 2,02 41 3,28 57 27 2,08 42 3,40 58 28 2,15 43 3,51 59 44 3.G3 j CO AgcflV etn. 5-3,73 37 4,di 4,17, 4,47 4 60 4.75 4.90 5,24 5,49 5,78 C,65 0,27 . 6,50 6,75 tie a virtual reauetion ol tue annnai iirenny;n lue 01T the policy, this dividend jr'adu'a tliricrca- ing as the years elapse,' and the business of 'the company augments ; and at the expiration of ev ery Five years, p. till farther djitribtrpn of the ronts is matie to an iuei'oiiey noiuers by act ing to the value of each life policy such an a- mouiit as the age of the Policy nnd the net pro ceeds of the business shall justify. UU1.UMBUS, MISS. A'ATI1.E. 60ODViy, '...' . .. ' Agent. Q. B. MA LONE, Medical Examiner. February 1S51. 24 ly. MILITARY BOUNTY LAKD. Pre-emption Rights. Ge.neeal Lad Office, March, 31, 1851 IN order that the liberal views of Congress, in passing the Act of 28th September, 1S5Q; granting .bounty Land to certain officers and sol diers who have been en;nied in the Military service of the United States, mayAie carried out. and every expense to the Warrartc;e,2, be avoided as far as possible in obtaining the benefits gran- ceo oy me graiuuue 01 nieir coumry lor iaitnmj and patrioc services; and at the same time to secure to the hardy and enterprising settlers on the Public Lands, the fruits of their industry and privations ; the Secretary of the Interior has di rected : That public notice be civen to all settlers on Public Lands subject to private entry tp cnie forward and file their, declaratory statements, within thirty days after viiaking their settlements and improvements as required by the Pre-emp tion Jpt pi 4th September, loll, so as to secure theif ptn-emption riglds, ajid prevent interfer fevoncfj by the location olf these SvairantS- And that all warrants may be located upon the land arrrlied for, if subiect to private entry qntrie3rd March, 1851, without an affidavit as tp whether said lapd is improved or not: and at' ter having boon fea40-Kvj4 .arrJ sbH remain ill" ti'e hands of tlid Land difieeis ot least forty ilays. If at the end of that time there Is no interference by those locations with pre-emp. tion claims or otherwise, the warrants will pe returned 10 this Office for patenting ; but iilliere is such interference, a new location will bc jnade. arrantees can locate their warrants on their own pre-emption rights where the land was pro claimed and offered at public sale urior'tn .Id Marc'fij'lS4T; and Ij.SiR fninipiu'ra'prjc'e pf cents per acre, can pay in cash, the diflerence be tween- the cost of the land and the amount cov ered by the warrant, estimating the warrant at 51,20 per acre. JNp pre-emption rights attach t,q tje alternate, sections reserved to the United Staies'alpng fhe routes of Railroads or Canals! the warrantee to locate the warrant, the appli cant should designatp the Land District section 01 country, or particular iraei pn wmcji pe wish es the location made; and where the tract is spe pified. it would be well to designate several oth ers )h the order in which tjev are dosird, that in case the tificf first selected shall have been taken, me warrant can 00 lqcaiect upon tue urst ot tlie others which may be vacant without further de lay. Jn these ea-es the affidavit of the appli cant, takeii before an officer competent to ad- mmisier oains, ii;u ue is inc lueniicai person mentioned in tlic'warrant, must accompany the application.' The same rules.must be complied with where application by letter is made to the District Land Officers. Where such application is made by the Attorney, Guardian, Executor, &c., the evidence duly certified, of their authori ty to act, must also accompany the application, By a clause in 1st Section pf the Act making appropriations for the support of the Govern ment for the fiscal year ending 30th June, Y?, approved 3d March, 1S51, it is eiiaoi6d that 110 warrant lor Uounty Land issued ijjider the Act ot yatn September, ISaO, or by virtue ol any other Act of Congress shall be located on any land which had not theretofore been brouirht in to market and ttyen 'subject to private entry; so that no land can bo loealcd'itnder the Bounty Land Law of 2Sth Senteiiibcr, 1S5.9, or aiiy'cnher law granting Jjounty LkUuI, exoept tliat winch had been proclaimed and offered for sale prior to me ou jj Jiarui, tool. ' ' ' J. BUTTERFIELD, May 8ih, JS5J. C-5w. ' Commissioner " " IJtAIlt'S Dill fi STORE. TUST received at this well known establish v mentafresh supply of iure and genuine Med icines, which will he sold on as favorable terms as at any house 111 the South. 'Lhysiuans. plant' ers and others, arc requested to.call and examine the, stock, which Las been selected with great caro for this market. We. think they will find it equal, (il not superior) as regards quality and va. riety. to any iu the Srate; r.nd inakirr: their pur chase altogether from Importing liauses, they are enabled to sell oa as ;oo'd terms, as any Dru uuuse 111 me ooiiui or count esi. Physicians Prescriptions carefullyput Dr. Jas. W. Hopkins will attend to the pre in scrintion departiftent a "uarrantee that all will be right- in that delicate, and important part of the business. ' " ".'' '.. " . DllUGS, MEDICJNES, AND CHEMICAIS, .. PallMTSI AMnnil iviMnniv im PUTTY AND BRUSHES, DYE STUFFS A GLASS WARE. - PEPFUMkRy AND FINE SOAP, .EEL PENS, & ' SUPERIOR' WRITING INK. A superior a rticle of Sperm Oil, Lard On', ; ; wa , 011 baud. ,. , - La NnnrTn's Garden seeds, cnor 1S-.0. Pure old Eraauy, .Wines, Holland Gin & OKI Ta rticiiRiin;, Trre. Scotch Whi,!, 'tjf "; ". ' Medical nurpoM. iida suueWor-nr-" pari j of Te; (Jreen nnl c he win ii i. 1 1 I t 1 l,r th. , loiw, he ..jii to ' f i il 1 Ler; - 1 y o. t! All Policy Holders will receive annually a cash dividend, being a portion of1 Vh6' profits of the Company, which (after the first year) ' will LOOK To YOUil '. . x ... They can in Cplii" pn. LAcnu: (C? FA EH,) 1 1 r 9 Jtor th cure of. Sure. DcarlcnJ EW?:n GUMS, and re'rjorny e'i Tarter from the TEETH, fvr h'ttyip i 'kaaand Wltite, and prf icrttinj Decay! s Prepared from the original Receipt, br : 1EVANS, CO., . Sijle Proprietors for -the United Statt$. VT7- This valuable preparation ilinn.,i after long experimfcht by1 L.' M. B. LACRUE, . 1-n .. .' . J.. . .' i. : . T, . . .- . - : - ne 01 mo ii,iwsi ciiuiciii jLenusis in I ranee, ami s&l'tiv'lSirrYtn IiiJ'fifaetifci 'tor nowarda f fif teen yearswlci ilia ui'o't''tieees. It not only ha cothrrtineecL' n arit'iVx pfbsttaa from tlie purifaction it renders tp the TEE ill. It is also one of the best purifiers c,f tejVrVath ever discovered. ." "'' Abundant evidence could he ziroihuctd. equally at good as the follomn j, if thmt iucc'rtary, but the Proprietor c'ousiJu i thii svffii iint to sali'y guy candid mind.' " .' " Better testimony cannot be offered in favor of ny medicine, than the follow'iW fromlDoclor S. Gilbert, whose character and integrity is welj known in the South and West, and much through out the United States, as being the most succes- ful man living for the treatment and cure of the most inveterate Cancers and chroic Ulcers : Being called upon by 31 r. Evans, to cive him my opinion respecting Doct. Laerue's Tooth amf Gun Specific, I take jleasure in saying, that, ns agent, I have sold the Specific, rapidly,' and so far as I have heard from its . ets; if 4Dtf'gi ph universal satofcetipn, 'ahd; beii ring the,iPcila tion ftf the oQdt sup'eribr'ar(icle now m use lor flinnih.T r. ri.l i't ittt.lUJL'1 l.'A i n . t . . l . f . Ktprirjg firmness'' to "soft or 'i io'n"-v enm. "or healing whero therd' is ulceration-With rapidity Suffice it to seytf.at 'It L'as no rival in point of Ac. I6th, 1S50. ,126 Poydras-st. N. O. New-Obleaxs, Dec. 25, 1850. I de hereby certify that about five vrar arm T was Ully 'slif feVroriVthe'vse of calomehamt from. which time my sums and llns have'never been hevtled, but have from that time been in a sore and Nulcerated condition: at three different times I hrtve had the ulcers on my muns burnt V.ith caustic, which would relieve them for a short iiirie',''btlf tt6 Brtres Would soon break out u-.iiu, iinu ite ironi portion ot tpc gum or my under jaw had become so' far wasfed that I could nearly lay my little finger under tlie rooti 01 my teeth. Vn the 1st November last I pur chased from Mr, Evans one bottle of his Lacrue:s Tooth and Gum Specific. At the time Mr. Evans told me it would cure'my mouth, but would probably take sixvor eight weeks time, as my gums Lad been in mis diseased conditio so long but to my surprise md gratification, in less than four weeks my jrumsand lins were lH'ft-c-tlv healed and restored to a natural and healthy ap pearance, and the large cavity 'tha't' was under my teeth is bei ig rapidly restored to its lormer piace. 1 nave Uis day obtained one more bpttle, which I feel confident will complete a perfect restoration. ' V'"' '- ' ' -.. .. ... . II. UALi llKll, plerV of Steamer Amazon. ' New Orlean?, Jan. 13tb 1S51. To the Public I do herebr state that in Srn- tember last, while on my war to the Fncr. Jatid States, I made a short stop in Memphis. Ivans' loo tti to consult VL'll loll Uk at that ti me in a mbst'd'eplorablevstate of disease some yearuriila half ago. My Inwcf "appeared to be one complete f!k?.r Pr mercurial sore, and in one or two placea hail actually eaten through my gum, so that I could see the bare bone. Mr. Evu.na tnl.l m. he had full confidence that his Sre.-ific u nnl.l heal and cure them. I purchased two bottles of the Specific and commenced using it immediate ly, and in a few days' I could plainly see that I was'recefving penefit rapidly, amlin less than si ebs" the sofes were closed and healed, . . . 0 ' ' .rrti eu- leeiu .irhmh uav. .Ida - k J!.L.: L ... i ..I rough coating, are now1 smooth and of a clear clean "while v nfiic& a "say, that I wouhi not be without the Sp'eciipp if the cost was five times as much. ' ' J am -en kn2Wf? iil put Florida, and can, S'i-n TPTrje.d ljpme,' pVoduce more than fifty witnesses t Ihe first respectability, who will aX. test to the above, upon exhibiting m v mnntli iA Signed, A. L. MONIER. - From the New Orleans Crescent. Dr. Lacbue's Tooth id Gitm flrin,.- W r!Sy? y.sed excellent wash for the teeth and gums, jaying given it a fair trial, we have no hesitation in rectiVinfiendin'? it 10 the nubile . We refer to the dilvertiseaient Of Mr. Evan's. thrt proprietor of the specific, in another column, for a description of its properties artd eifects, and lP2 Pr?per manner of using it. ,! Vehave known Mr. Evans (nr nnny ,-a, and believe him incapable of ih.Al-;wt rect statement for the sake of eaiur Nothm need be urged in regard to the" importance of preserving the gums and teeth from disease and decay : it is enough to state that in our candid belief, this article will not only accomplish this iiiusiuwiniuiB ODieci. Out Will snpftililw nrrc Blair Agents for Columbus, also livHanii.i'r.i, ti..,., don, and W. P. Haughton Druggists Afcerlden. GAY & BR0TUE11. TPE RIU.,HI?1K,4 VY'WS pjifcre J into Co-part- . . . r. . 1 . -. : - . - - . of r . 1 vf' t aml "''"""P''nc generally, that- 1ey have taken tjidt splendid and coilimiidious House oh Jiatn street, Kjnlieriy pceiiriied by-Dccherd & Gray, where they will tike pleasure hi showing their large and .general assortment of ' 3 89 CD SJH 55 which will soon be made complete 011 the arri val of their Spring and Summer stock. " - .;!.. ?i '..-i , CONSISTING IN TAUT OF Frcnh and English Staple and Fcv TTiT V" rnnnc 7 CUTLERY, HARDWARE. CAINA AND GLASS WARE, . - Extensive Assorhient 'of 'S'ADDLER J", Castings. XaiiV, Ciacksnith's, Cacnen- "teb& Hantatipn Tools, - c ' HATS,, LOOTS HOES,' Wood Ware, Willow Briskets, Winter, Siirinjand Snpiacc'flothinj, - J 3 V 12 LEY; : Gold and Sliver Ilonting Lever Watclies Extra jewelled, Gold pllains Breast and Fob 1 Chains, tin "Rings, Breast Pins, Silver Plate &c. Gold Pens, GoM'& Silver Pencils &c&c fijgytry department our assortment ve de sign jo be complete. We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction and respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. JOS. F. GAY. JNO. H. GAY. Jan. SOth 1S51. 41 ly. p r r . . o 16, Conti.' st".. ' JtfJ.it,. -pESrECITULLY JLV'thN r' r - t- i ; 1 r ..... the eititii'cns 1. i.e is carrying on the'" ' a aches' of making oud repair. i : t; "G 1 rei i . . t t ..Ci:- ;l.-13:lv. 3. .K3 at. ; . incr. ry (iri G inch t; mot e rhbse ustrl- Cleanses aim ucauiiuc. mo i-iiji, out xeep4 them clear of ta'rter nnd scurvj' rind will, if not decayed, brever.t' tteir be'rioH-:V,"' ''a'6. If Wr t.' "H" s.cnU!n a notice 01 ,Mi. and Oum Spepific I Caned on Mr. E. him in recant to'mVteitlf anil 011 ma me progress pi decay. It is 's'prd 'iffhe Dfcu Store of Dr.S. GiLert & sbn2ffIvofdras-st. ' xorsaie ov lav or & MofThri.VJ -Vi.i.i r j.,i,tii. i.ir inn 111 rn V, KV Si. Jtl,inesi' under the nainc arid style uAi k k in k' Kr. 1.-0. .vi--:;: 7 of r f'ohnnl.nj llt- i re t t' exacts. . - vt t f . ml. a.