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ststf- rhanfrllor. W nr authorised t6 announce the Hon. JOIIN I. C3UIOX, of Warren ns a candidate for the office of Stntc Chancellor, at tho ensuing November, election. , ny We arc authorized to announce CIIA8. SCOTT of Hinds n a candidate for the olBce of State" Chancellor, at the ensuing November election. -r fT- We nre'authoricd to announce Col. C. S TAHl'LKV, of Jackson, a a candidate for the ortice of State Chancellor, at the enming November election. ' ' Sheriff. " " ' " ... . vva Yt7"T .l.,;,.t o announco i-il 1 VTTl'nNOV. as a candidate for Sc'LVrSrVifoMhl couny of L6wndc. at the ensuing KovcmW 7- We are authored to announce KOR Vtvr I. II1IKV a candidate for iho JJ.'foV.he county of Lowndes, at " Voveiiibcr election, the ensuing ioel"" -v yt ro nlUl'Ori'1 11 iu nnuuiiiin; a-ja a fa ASTON n n c"ndidnto for the ortiee of Sheriff, for the county of Lowndes at the ensu inr November election. , - We are authorised to announce JAMES ItLAlU, as a candidate lor the oliico of Sher iff, lor the county of Lownde, at the ensuing November election. Treasurer. rry Wk are authorised to announce La J. NCIIOOI.AH, as n candidate for the office of 'County Treasurer, for the county of Lowndes at the eusuing November election. cry Wo nre authorised to announce K VKIl AllO DOWNING as a candidate fortheolfice of County Treasurer, for the county of Lowndes at tho ensuing November election. Qfp- We arc authorised to announce JACOII ISAACS, us a candidate for the olfice of eoun ty Tce.'uiwri'cur the. vounty ol Lowndot at the .ensuinif November election. ';. i . Assessor. T7 We are authorised to announce DC" GAM) McKF.M,Klt, as a candidate for the olfiee of Assessor, for the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election. OCT We are authorised to announce LAW SDN II. WILIiKPOItU as a candidate for the olliee of Assessor lor the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election. Circuit flcrk. We nre authorised to announce AMZl K. I, i VK. as a candidate for re-election to the oITkc o!" Clerk of the Circuit Court, for the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing election. Probate Judge. "T7 We are authorized to announce the lion. . i I ( 4 f V I N. as a candidate for re-clec-tkni to the oiP.ee of Judge of Probates. Elec tion November next. Probate Clerk. r-y Vi are authorised to announce DAN IK4 Wli.I.IA'IK, nsn candidate for re-e-Lotion to the olliee of Clerk of the Probate Court, for the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election. Mayor. rr?- we are authorised to announce ' EV 1 IX) v L!. as a candidate for re-election to me omee ot .Mayor, at t lie ensuing lNOVemucr election. , -p- We arc authorised to announce 5L XV IIOWF.I.L. as a candidate for the olliee of Mayor, at the ensuing November election. Town Constable. C7- We are authorized to announce GEOi II. McOVNIKIj. as a candidate tor re-election to the oiliee of Town Constable, at the en suing November election. We nre authorised to announce BEX JA.MIV T. 'PAY LOU as a candidate for the oliico of Town Constable at the ensuing No-v.-mbcr tdection. reat Constable. 077" We are authorised lo announce JOIIN P. KI.KCKKIt. as a candidate for the of- "fiee of Constable, for District No. 2, at the en suing November election. rf7 We nre authorised to announce Capt. A. L. CltOrCH. as a candidate for the oliico of Constable, for Beat No. 2, at the ensuing No venibcr election. CO I A rtx i:r ship. f I V. undersigned have associated themselves 1 lor the jHiipose ol transact mg a Keceiviug, Forwarding and Commission business, under the name and .-I vie of CIIAMBKRLIN & DOYLE at the old stand formerly occupied by Jacob S. Marsh, where they will be pleased to see their Iriends us well as the friends of their predecessor JOS. C. CHAM BERLIN, WM. A. DOYLE. riMIF, undersigned having sold out his interest X to Messrs. ( haniberlin & Doyle, hereby ten ders his grateful ncknowlednients to bis patrons, and solicits for Ins successors a continuance ol their favors. JACOB S. MARMI. nug.l 1.51:20:3m. Notice of - Insolvency. Tbc State of Mississippi, ) Lowndks County. ) To all prons having claims against the estate of Mi My Suggs deceased. OU are uewby. notified to present your X claims du'ly probated and allowed, to the clerk of the I rOuate court 4j said county to he filed for examination and apportionment by the first Monday in Marcb, A.D. 1S.VJ, or ther will be bared said estate Imving been duly declared insolvent. Witness the Hon. Nathaniel E Goodwin. Judge of the Probati: court of said county thelst Mon day in August, A.D. 1851. Issued the 8th day of August A.D. 1S5I. DANIEL WILLIAMS, Clerk. aug.M.51:20:Cfn. CTltCUIT COIIKT. The State of Mississippi, ) L(AVNDF.s County, j Rhodes, Wright & Co., ) S.VJO vs: S Attachment. Charles II. Cooper. ) jVTOIICt. i:i hereby given that the above at JLX tachment was issued nt the suit of the said plaintiffs against the said defendant for the sum thereto annexed which saiil attachment has been returned into mv olliee executed bv a levy on the property of the; defendant in said cause, and that suiil m.r is now pending and undetermme in the ircuit court of said county, and that un less the defendant shall appear on oi before the third Monday of September. 1831, it being the fir-t day of the next term of the Circuit court of said county, and plead, answer or demur thereto, judgment will be entered against him by default, nml the property levied on will be sold 10 satisfy the plaintiffs demands. : W nness, Amzi E. Love, Clerk of .said Circuit court the 12th day of V'J'? August, A. U. 1851 A. E. LOVE, Ckrk. ang.l4.51:20:DW. By Henry Dickinson, Vice Chancellor the "State of Mississippi. NOTICE is hereby given, that on application to me by George D. Moore of NoSubee county in said State, who claims an undivided fourth part of alLthoso tracts of land, known n follows, to-wit: all of section No. 5, and the North h!f of section No. S, all in township sixteen of range eigteen,. East, and situate in aid Noxubee county; I have nominated Will. iain Duprec,. William W. Moore, .and Daniel Dupreiy commissioners, to divide said tracts of land into ennal shares or parts: and unless proper objection be stated to me, at the Clerk's office of the- District Chancery Court, heki at Columbus, on the first Monday in October next, the above nominated persons will then be ap pointed Commissioners-to 'make partition of said lands, pursuant to an act, entitled "an act concerning tho' partition of lands, held by co- parcenors- joint tenants, and tenants in common.' Given niider my hand this fifth day of August ft I a.. O HENRY DICKINSON. Columbus, Miss., Aug. 7, '51. 19:Bm. J .1!! "V 1)18 Professional servu es to the citi , Tea,t rColuinbu and its vicinity, and hopes by au..gunt and untiring attention to his duties w mem a snare of their confidence. lie may be loundat all hour, fwhpn" not nro hl? on Main street, t c r . 1 " "is latUer. May Sth, lHol. 6 ly. : 500repbT1Starch',orfom . , JAS. JONES, JR. lEIl MEDICINES. jaiies jonnn a co. iSttlMM., At the Sign of the Negro & Mortar. Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. and Manipu lating PUarmaceuUsIs, ; OUR stock embraces the business in its most , extended range and in poiut of quality and assortment defies all comnctition. With prompt attention to business nure. and unadulterated Drugs to offer our customers at moderate prices, we hope to share the same liberal patronage heretofore extended to our house. We give below few of the leading articles in ' our extensive assortment. Drugsaml Medicines. Alum, ' - - ' ' " Arrow Root. Balsams, Copavia, Teru, Fir, Tolus, &c. ' Borax, refined. Brimstone, - ; , Cream Tartar, Gums. Assafcetida, Opium, Aloes, Shellac, Gamboge, Arabic, Trngaean, &c. ' Glue, ' - . Ipecac, . . Jalap, ' ' " ' Roots, Rhubarb, Sarsaparilla. Colombe, &e. Snake, Gentian, Ginger, Piuk, Squills, &c. ,. Sulphur, ISal Soda, . Arsenic, Ainseed, . Coppferas, , , Camphor, . Epsom Salt Liquorice, Magnesia's, , Mustard, . . . Sennas' ' Cheniicals--Pi!'0. . Acids Sulphuric. Muriatic, Nitric, Tartaric, Ben soie, Oxalic, Acctie.'&e. Ammonia, Carbonate, Spirits and Sal, Blue Mass, Calomel, Chloroform. Ethers, Sulphuric, Nitrous and Acetic, Morphine, Quinine, Red Precipitate, Rochelle Salts, Tart Emetic. Corrosive Sublimate, Iodine, " Iodide, Potass, Piperir.e, Nitrate Silver, Strychnine, , Soda Bi Carb, Sedlitz mixture, Sncar Lead, Prec. Carb. Iron, White Vitriol. I'alnts, &,c. Chromks Green, Yellow and Red. l)ro3 Black, Lamp Black, Lithrage, Yellow Ochre. Lead, Pure, No. 1, Red, Black and White Lose 1 ink, Umber, ' Spanish Brown, Terre sienna, Vonition Red, Vermilions, .Whiting, Sand Paper, Putty Paris Green, Prus. Blue, Emery, Vanishes &c. OILS. Linseed, Spearm Oil Neats Foot Oil, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Groceries Allspice, Cinnamon, ' Ginger Race, . . Mace, Potash, Turpentine, Fish Oil. Lard Oil, Sweet Oil, Boiled Linseed oil, &c. and Spices. Candles, Mould & Star Cloves, Ginger Ground, Pepper, Saleratus. Spices, ground, Snutt, StarchY " ' Nutmegs. SOAPS GASTIIXl-a INC Y AXD C O M M O N Dyes and Dye Woods. Indigo, " Aunatto, . Logwood, Fustic, Bine, Vitriol, Tumeric, Spirits, Liquors and Wines. K7-PURELY MEDICINAL. Ol Brandy . Alcohol, Port Wine, Holland Gin, Madcria Wine, . Jamaica Rum, . . " Malaga Wine. &c WJNJOW CLASS. Of various Sizes, Glassware, Shop Furnitvrr, Vials, Bottles of all descriptions. musings, Paint, Sash, v White Wash Hair, Cloth, Shoe, Tooth, .Camel Hair, &c, Perfumeries Fancy Articles. COLOGNE Fancy littles. . labels and Essential Oils. Peppermint, Cinnamon, Anise, Oil Bergamot, Oil 4i Cloves, " Lemon, " " Sassafras, " " Hemlock, " " Rose, ' Oil Orange, &c. V T 11 ..1 "IT a T-w Winterngreen, Origanum, Nerolio, "Corr uotries, t tar, JJnnij John, tir. Herbs, Extract, Roots, Barks, Confections, &c ' SunoicAL Instruments, STATIONERY, Paper, Letter. Cap and Wrapping. Sealing rax, Black Sand, V Ink Powder, Inks, Red, Black and Indellible. ; Apothecary and Shcp Furniture - Jars, Tinctures, 'altmouths, . Sow Bottles, . . , Ointment Jars, . Graduates, ,; .-t-cales & Weights, Spatulas, '-Mortars, Iron and W edge Wood, Funnels, &c. . ' Patent Slcdicines. A supply of all the noriufar Medicine of the da v. Sundries. Turpentine, Castor Oil. , f Ssvect Oil, Lemon ."yriip, r Essences, 'Paregoric,'; Laudanum, &c. in bottles to suit the trade Mntches, . Blacking, Twine, ' Pink Saucers, Percussion Caps, Atkometers, &c. Columbus, May 15, 1831. 7 ly, - DOCTOR EASIER. OFFERS his professional services to the citi zens of Columbus, and its vicinity. Office at the DrugStore of Taylor & McCarthy. .He may be found at night at Pope's Hotel. , , . May 8th,- 1801. 6 3m. , . - : Isuam Haurison, Jr. . . Beverly Matthews. ATTORN S AT LAW, . Cr. :umbus, Miss. 19th, 1850. 22 tf. ' - Sept --v.- CnAELESIIf "3IQRSE, ; Attorney and Counsellor at La Columbus. "Miss. ;,.. ,. -s..- : T. I,' SHARP, - 7-;-, - Attorney &.CourscUor at Lett? , - f. ' wOLUMEUS, "I1SSISSIPPI. Carria . AXClS, 'fit, ' A: N assortment of articles in the nbove -iine of business will be constatly kept on hand and sold low for cash or good paper by .feb20'51M4.1y. : JAMES ELAIR. 5000 DOZ.- FACTORYTIIREAP, No5. 4, 5, 6 nnd 7 just received from Fulaski -Tenness"". For '? ?'v ,. J.5ly 31, '51.-. I-t.f. ; " HAD UN & READ. - 13' 1 JL, E J. C. -II f a - i COMMERCK AND FkONT SXS. KMOmL & ALABAMA. Importer i and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Cutlery, Bar -. , Iron. frr . AGAIN have the pleasure of returning thanks to their friend, for the liberal support which they have so kindly bestowed. Thev,attheb uno time, wish to inform them that their present ex tensive stock additions to which nre being daily made lias been most judiciously selected, as re gards both price and quulityjnnd will be Bold ori very rensonuble terms. It consists of in part - as follows: ,' ' " ,'" ' Swedes Bar Iron, 150 tons all sizes. American do - 50 do . do ". Horse-Shoe Iron nnd Nail Rod of refined quality. Horse Shoes, Burden's Patent 1000 sets. . Rod and Sheet Iron all sizes and numbers, i Steel, German, Blister and Cast. . Horse-Shoe Nails, Grilling, 50 hags. ' Hoop and Band Iron, 200 bundles. - -Hollow Ware Castings, 30 .tons-. ,- . v Cut Nails nnd Spikes, 200 kegs. -t v Axes, 100 dozen, genuine, Collins'. Hunt's, &c. Wrought Spikes, U00 kegs from 3 io 10 in. ,. i Hoes, 500 doz. Polished, Cast-steel, Iron, &c. Grindstones, 10 in., blue Nova Scotia irrit. Spades and Shovels, 100 dozen Ames and others all kinds. - , ' Chains, 50 Casks Tracc,.0x, Log, Coil. Well, &c. Ploughs in every variety by the best makers. Fan Mills, Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, &c. -Mill, Cross-mit, Hand nnd Panel Saws, &c. -Ship and House Carpenters tools a complete as- . sort ment. . Shoe-makers and Coopers ,, do Sportsmen will also find a good assortment of double and single barrel Shot-guns nnd Rifles, Percussion Caps, Shot Bags, Pouches, &c. Scythes, Reaping Hooks, Grain Cradles. Coffee mills; Wool and Cotton cards; Andirons, Shovels and longs; Locks, Hinges, Window fast eners; Zinc, Sheet and Pig Lead. . ,. , . E ' A good assortment always on hand of Sbel and Fancy. Hardware. .. -, , i'ocKct tuuery. 1000 doz. Pocket knives, 1, 2, 3. 4. 5 & 7 blades. 200 gro. Ivory and Balance handled Knives and Forks. 500 do Buck-horn & Bone do .do Steels, Patent and common. ' Spoons. Plated & German silver, Iron tinned &c. raims. uiis ft miuuuii uwjsi A good supply nt nil times. '. Ship Chandlery. Comprising all sorts materials required for tfc use of steamers. . From the extent and variety of their stoct they feel confident in being enabled to give complete satisfaction to their customers. fcb!3:1.43. F. DAVID & CO., General Receiving, Forwarding - AND " . MERCIIAXTS, MOBILE, ALA.. fty Goods consigned to us for the interior will be forwarded free of commission and storage, and with the least possible detention. We ship by all classed boats plying the Bigby, Alabama and Warrior rivers. '.'' .Orders for Salt filled at "cargo priecs" char ges added. , , .. All business entrusted to our care will be ex ecuted with the utmost prompness and fidelity. July 5th, 1851. 15 Cm. BARNEY BROTHERS, Importers of & Dealers in Foreign & Domestic Hardware, l?nr Iron. Nails. Hollow Wnrr, Mill Rocks. Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths, Chains, ' Corn Shellers, Grindstones, Ploughs, Bellows. I toes. Jlxes, Anvils, Vi ces. Table Pocket Cutlery, (fc 45 and 47 Commerce, and Front sts, MOBILE, ALA. OUR Goods are all of direct importation. and we are determined to sell as low and on as good terms as any House in this or any of the Eastern cities. ' - . . To Merchants, Planters, Carpenters, Blacksmiths and lanncrs! , ;. We can supply yon with every thing that is n anally kept by those in our line of business, and request you will give us a call uclore purchasing feb20'31:4-l.ly. . - POPE & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , No. 39 Commerce, and 40 Front Street. ARE constantly "receiving - f?esli supplies OJ every article in their line; which they otfej on reasonable terms, lheir stock consists in part of Cotlec, Sugar, Molasses, Flour, Bacon Whiskey, Lard, Nails, KaiMns, lobacco &e. Mobile. March, 1831. 46 tf. - LOOK AND LIVE! DU G L 0 YE IV S Prepared Ilolanic Medicines. ANTI-PERIODIC PILLS, - ( WITHUOT QUININE) For Chills and Fever, and Ague and Fever. ' ' t Price 50 cents per box. INNOCUOUS CATHARTIC PILLS, Suitable for a general Purgative. ! Fricc 25 cts. per box. f BAYBERRY SYRUP, For Dosentery, Diarrhaa, Cholcra-Morbus and Cholcra-InJ 'antum. Price $1 00 per bottle. Certificates: Aberdeen, Miss. March 27, 1831. I hercbj' certify, that I have been using Dr. L C. Glover's "Anti-Periodic Pills" in my family for two years past, and have no hesitency in say- ins, they are prelerable to any remedy 1 have ev er used to stop Chills and Fever. In fact, I have not failed in. a single instance in stopping the Chill the first trial : and they produce no bad effect, but leave the system in a pleasant condl tion. I have known them used by others with equal irood success. I knew them given in oue old chronic case, where other medicines had failed. They fully succeeded in making a lasting cure I take pleasure in recommending them to the public generally. JAS. D. McALISTER. -Noxuhf.e County, Miss. Feb. 29, 1851. . Dk. L. C. Glovee: Sir: .,- .You desire to . know of me what success I have met with as Agent for your Medicines. The people here have been generally healthy the past year, but riotwithstan ding this, I have disposed of a good deal of them and in every instance that I have heard of .when properly used, they have given the greatest sat isfaction. At the time I received your medicines, 1 had a case of Chronic Chills in my family of twelve months standing, to which I had given a great deal ot , Quinine, ana. occasionally ai dose of Blue Mass; all only served to debilitate and make the case worse. The first time I tried your "'Anti-Periodic Pills" they broke the Par-i oxysm I - tlien lonoweu ttie directions, lorj ''Chronic Chills" and eflecteil a permanent cure, j I have had your ' liayberry Syrup" used irt sev-1 era! cases of Bowel Complaints and always with 1 the very best success, both in cases of children 1 and adults. I believe i to be not only an eifec tual preparation, but one that is perfectly harm less, Respectfully, Ki-lSllA VV.DUlbU.V. Mnn CmtntvMi.. Mnroh OR Db. Glovei . ; . e 'Dear Sir: I have been using your -uayoerry oyrup - m my inmiiy, tlr' ... : o .- - .1 T " it, that 1 bciieve it to be not -only a. sale, out a more effectual medicine than any winch 1 have ever used for the diseases of tho bowels. . . Yours &c.-. . -' - ,R.. RAS BERRY. - There can be tio longer any doubt . properly entertained about the possibility of there being found a; remedy for Chills without Quinine. My "Anti-Periodic Pills" have forever settled that question. This has been an object anxious ly sought for, by the 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 subject, will deny, that Quinine4tuperfies the brain, and there by, blunts the Jaculties, destroys the memory, dims the sight, deafens the hearing, ihbiii tates the nervous systenw That general debiKry of the ;i entire system supervenes, . en' ; g a person the more readily, to any disease i.:cinar to hi3,temperaiTienr. With this array of evils, who will persist in the use of yuinine. Families adoptir the ii-e of my r". will find their eypenses for medicine curtailed least one ha:. Liberal deductions will he n . on largo denuiuds. . - ' - ' " L. C. GLOVER, M,D. Trrprietor - ..th f ; Main Strut, Columbus II. ' Jlan'i 7, ly. - - r "-J.. -J J KJ ri: ' ? artlulis fur s J--. 23ri 1: . si--- find ' II A i.i r iron, Hi 'j bv c BUSINESS CARDS. Clt A3. H. 'ABEBT.1 GEO.tO. TRENTIC". ,1 JKIIT ltliXTICE, co:imssiox. vnitciLiNTS, 1 A--. 71, Commerce Strei tf IJohih Ahiltnan. Jan. 1st, 1S50. ... ! ' " f SILRUAY T. S3XITII, COMMISSTdN MERCHANT, -',. .;.- ,. Mobile, Ala. . J. II. TURNER, Agetit; Columbus, Miss. ' Cy Office at . Gray & Jones. . - . . -. fC Liberal Cash n Jvanccs, on Cotton to be shipped. i ' .j ' Juno 20, 1850. ? tf. - , ROBERT DESHA & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ; Motile f Ala: G. A. CHANDLER, Agknt, Columbus, Miss I HAVE a large supply of Bagging and Rope on hand, at cost and charges. - -v - ; v . J G. A. CHANDLER. All Cotton shipped. to the above House, in the name ot G. A. Chandler, oa account of the real owner, will be ensured. , - August, lOth'lSStt. ; 30 tC u ALEX. CAMPBELL. JNO. U. BOSWOttTH. CA3IPRELI& Co.. Steamboat, Agents, and General Receiving , and .forwarding merchants, , No. 72 Front and 75 Commerce streets, - -- y -s Mobile, Ala"1 Goods consigned to us for the Interior, will be received and iorwardeijfree of commissions nnd storage. ' - . " , P.S. Messrs. C. & CO., ship goods by all the classed boats on the Bigby, Warrior and. Alabama rivers.'; .." V .fel)13:1.43:ly. SLOUGH, ELSTOIT& Co., Commission Mer-"cianr;jJfofii?fVAfe:-'', --Jan, I85D T9-ir; "TTT A. SMITH, Successor to Datney $ Smith.) Grocer, No. 38 Commerce street, Mobile, Alabama. Jan, '50 19-ly KIRKSE1T, SUEPPARD & BRAY, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, ,i ? . 22 & 24 Commerce St., corner of St. Michael, . -.-' MOBILE,- :' ' F. M. KtRKSEf, ; V " -:- Jas. G.heppard, ' i - C. S. Bray. ' ' 10-ly ' ' joiin c. no ix omul:, r . Formerly of Augusta, Ga. -' Commission Merchant and General ' .. . AgCnt. I :';.., ATTENDS specially to sale of Cotton and buy ing and selling exchange. .. K7"Offiee 47 St. Michael street, Mobile... Feb. 28. 1S50. , . . . . . W3I. ECKFORD, .COMMISSION, MERCHANT, No. 21 Commerce Street, ; ' -? MOBILE, ALA. " , ' Janil830. 19-ly 1 -f :; '. " R. T. II0SKIXS, COMMISSION MERCHANT : - ' , 5 . Mobile, Ala. July 4th, 1830. : - ';-'' liltf. '.V '" m:it iiti COHEX, Corner of Dauphin and Water Street, - ' " . r Mobile, AlaV . - Is imjKH-tirifj of Uroadcloths, Cassimerrs, Drill intjs, Linens Tailor's Trimmings, . , Muslins, lie. liareyes and Prints. . 19 ly. RIVES, BATTLE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MOBILE, ALA. Jan.lS3Q. 10-ly : . BAlt.E- I-IiOTSIEUS, ; IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Bar Iron, Nails Gastiws, Guns, Rijles, Pistols, Mill Rocks, Bolting Cloths, Hardware & Cutlery. J. - 45 anil 47 Commerce find Front Streets, MOBILE ALA. IJ. XEWIIOl SE & CO. Furniture, Carpet tC Piano Forte Warehouse No. CS. Water Street, ' MOBILE, ALA. B. Newhoi se, ' ' ' ' ' :.: , Miles Treat, . Cyrus Gill. l!My ItIOIUEE IIIOX STORE. DADE & HAYNOLDS, dealers In ' '. Mill Rocks. Bolting Cloths, Mill Gear, Bar Iron, Mill Irons, and Hardware generally. No. 24 Water Street, Mobile. ' , Marcii'l4 " 19-6m , ALAB1M1 DRIG STORE, Sign of the Green Mortar, Commerce and Dauphin Street.-, Mobile Roberts, Eacoste & Co., Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines" SnurTs, Perfumery, Landreth's Garden . and Field Seeds, Oils, &c. -1 CC?" The attention of Planters, Physicians and Country JMerchans is respectfully solicited. , Jan. 18o0. 19-ly: ; ; SEI.MS, NETS, TVIE, FLOATS, 4 P. WE have just received per recent arrivals, a large assortment of SEINES,, well adapted to the Southern .Fishery, and suita- able tor luvers, Lakes, Creeks or JJoys, which we oner at very low prices 3 Seines 100 fath. equal to 200 yd do 80 160 120 100 80 GO 50 -40 30 20 16 10 it 2 O w .2 5 5 10 20 20 10 do do do. do do do do do do do GO 50 40 30 25 20 15 10 a (t ii u tt is . i ( c ( u , ( . tl ' it ' .1 tl a ft u if: tt it it it ' - jfj . SII LUMP - SEINES, Fifteen assorted lengths. CHAD- NETS, Ten assorted paterjis,' improved style COTTON "HAMMOCKS, 2 doz. preferable torass and much cheaper N E T T I N 0 One thousand yards, cut to any size. - F L, O A T S , , t. iiC,j : : ? ' - - Au tuuu.uu, wiumn eiaCD. lxie aoove ceincs are nyca ux bark, and 1 tanned bv steam process in a verv uniform , manner , and warranted not to mildew i " - - ' . - . ... rials and will give entire satisfaction. For sale by tho Agents. - L. MERCHANT & CO.," May 1831. 8 ly. . Mobile, Ala' AXOTIIEfl SCICXTiriC WOXDEIl PEPSIN,. TV" tme Digestive Fluid, or Go trie Juire 1 113 a tru:y wonderful rem utu V lul ill Jaun v, Liver Coti ! A - . ' AT a" ir.t, (Sacral JJe1. (inr1 ' j-iarr -r a '.-n suraption, curing lifter Kutare'sown method, 1 Nature's own ap-t-nt, the Gastri? J.,!-o.. ,lalf a teaspv)&i.'ul cf 'Pepsin infi: 1 in r, v.'ill d:--''l . " 'Cst, live t ... I'i'1 1 "rs ovt c f the ;5d 1, 1 7 ast" den'. HO HTJTr a - No, f r. 'JO An. EEEPS constant! oa hanua great variety of tbo following article; 'be-idea ntnnjr Others which it would be too tedious to mention: Tortoiso ShcUtMi I Horn Combs, of all descrip tions: ,-. - : , " . Brushes of every variety ; ' - t Buttons of the latest style and fiisliion, regu larly received ; , . . ivceuies unci t ines oi ail Kinds; . Millinery Articles of superior style add fash ion. - " ' . . CUTLERY, &c. - - " Greaves and Sons' Razors. Wado and Butcher's Razors, Kodgers' Fine Scissors and Knives, 1, 2, 3 and 4 blades, Anderson's Scissors. Pocket. Toy Knives and Forks," SuundeV Chap ma Y. l'ome rOy's Emerson's IIiU:s and Mechi's UazorStrops, Tea Bells. Brittannia, Iron, Tea and Tabble Spoons, Brittannia Lamps, Corkscrews and Spurs. - j SILVER $ PLATED WARE. ! Silver ever pointed pencils, Thimble, coarse holes, Steel, Tops, -Open Tops, German Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Plated Tea a rid Table Spoons, Bluo 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 boxes. .' . . . v:,. ' ;.. .... ; . Stationery Articles, viz Steel Pens, Pencils, Blue and Black Writiug Ink. Twine. &c. &c. . Sporting Articles Fno Doable barrel - Guns; Rifle and Gun Flints, ect.,ect,. . Games Back gammon Boards, Chess Boards, Chess Men, Dominoes, &c., &c. Musical instruments Accordcons, Fluets, Vi- Lilons, &c.' : p ' ' V ".'.V ' . t ; ' Jewelry Gold and Plated Breast Pius, Fingrr Rings, Hair Pins, JJeads and Necklaces. Perfumery, Pocket Books and Wallets Fishing Tackle," Fancy Goods, -'Looking Glasses, Miscel laneous Wares, Willow Toys. &e. &c, with all the articles usually kept in a Wholesale and Re- fail raney nnd Variety Store u JMercb pnrchasing iT.ite,? oall1 nssuringthem that they will at all 'SSihiui Y..' 0 Pparccl to seiias low as any ostab iument of the kind in Mobile. January, 1830. 27 ly. v - F. W1TJTER, Cabinet Furniture, & Upholste ry Ware-Rooms, No's SG & 83 Water Street, Opposite Henry, f Stoddart, Sr Col : -' . '?' Mopile,v Ala. A large stock of Furniture always on hand. Mattreses inade and repaired at short notice. Jan.'lSdl. 43 ly. "' " ." ottley & stark, : . South- Side of Main Street, , Old Stand of Weaver Mull in & Co. ' THE undersigned have formed a copartner ship under the above style, for the purpose of conducting a Mercantile Business, in the Dry Uoods line, at ttie above well known out sjand where they have on hand a ( selected assort ment of ' -s " ' . ; S TAPLE $ FANC Y DRY G OODS, suitable for the Season and this market; togeth er with Ready made Clothing, Hardware Se Quenee- warc, isadtltcrv ire. We invite . our friends and the public to give us a eall and examine our stock, as we have no doubt of being able to suit thein in Goods and price. ,f JOHN K. OTTLEY, ; . PETER STARK. Columbus, June 12th, 1850.. S ly BLAIR'S DRUG STORE. TUST received at this well known establish- ) ment a fresh supply of pure and genuine Med icines, whiclrwill.be sold on as favorable terms as at any house in the South. ' Physicians, plant ers and others, are requested to cull and examine the stock, which has been selected with great care for this market. We think they will find it equal, (if not Superior) as regards quality and va riety, to nay in l tie Mate; and making their pur chase altogether from Importing Houses, they nre enabled to sell on as good terms, as any Drug House in the 5outh or south West. , Physiciam Prescriptions cartidly put up. Dr. Jas. W. Hopkins will attend to the pre scription department a guarrantee that all will be right iu tliat delicate. aiu important part of the .business. ni DRUGS, AllJDlrlXF.-:. AND CHEMICALS. PA 1 N TS A NJIOII.S, WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY AND BRUSHES. DYE STUFFS A GLASS WRE, P ER FU M ER Y AN D FI N E - ).P, SKKI. PKS. Ai SUPERIOR WRITING INK. A superior article of Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, al ways on hand. l.ANDRKTH S IrARPRN SKF.DS. CROP 1S"0. ' Pure old Brandy,.Wines. Holland Gin & Old Ja- iimiea Knm, Pure Scotch Inskey for Medieal purposes, and a superior ar-' "'tide of Tea, lKitli Green and . Black, superior chewing Tobacco and Havanna -': ' ' - ' - Ciuars. ... , ; Thankful for the patronage heretofore extend ed to the House, he hopes by striet aitontiou nnd a disposition to aeeoniniodate, at low" prices, to merit the patronage of iliscerninar ublic. ieb20'51:41.1y . JA31ES BLAIR- Crockery, China, Glass & Stone U'are THE subscribers are in re ceipt by late arrivals di rect from the manufacturers. a lar;;e. well selected stock of Crockery,' China, Glass nnd Stone ware of the latest pat terns, which, with their larire collection of Fancy articles, they offer 6iV the most reason- able terms, wholesale or re- tail, at their new store, 34 WaJ" 'MO MER 34 !i ter street, siffn of the BLt'E Pitcher. , . LOUGHRY & HOMER. N.B. Assorted packages for countrv trade: particular attention paid to packing Tor the inte rior. V Mobile. febt3:1.43:lv. MEXICAN MUSTAXG LIMMEXT . ! ! lo the Halt, the Lame, the Sore, and the ' Stiff-Jointed, ' " He bring glad tidings V ''' of great Joy .'" - " The Most Wonderful Remedy Ever used for removins and eradicatins pains of any kind almost instantaneously, and for hea- ling-rana perleetly curing all kinds of belies, Ague in the ; Breast : or Face, . Ague Cake, Burns, Bi 'uises, Biles, Biles of tniiskctocs. spiders or snakes. and even Ol mart loj;s or other rabid amnals : Chafing-Chapped Hands, Chilblains,' Corns, Con traction of the muscles or ..cords,, Cuts if any kind. leafness, t.ar-uclte-. Eruptions of ami kind, Ei-vsu pelas Fevert Sores, Gout, Goitre or Swelled Throat, tiead-acne, Jtinrd iMmps or l umors. Itch, Ihffamcd Joints? Inflammation of any kind, Lameness of a ny kind, Mange, Muscular Weakness, JSereous Dis tases. Old -Sores, Paralysis ' or Palsv. ,Q2dematus Swellings, Pimples on the Face, Quinsy, RHEU MATISM (it is the perfecMuaster Of this coin- plaint. Scalds, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Scurry, apratns nore ; J.nroat Dare nipples,- isore Lips, swelled and Inflamed Joints and Limbs. Stings of bees, wasps, anu ottier-poisonous insects, Tic DolotcuXy Ulcers, repent or of . lon standing, Ve nereal Sores or .Nodes,' Weal; no the. Buck Limbs or Ankles, and a perfect i : TER of all INFLAMATIONS.or PAINS. Frt.m the St. Louis Times:, Mustang Linijtkst. It is time now for us to nave our say about this Liniment. 1 he com munications in our last two issues, furnish pret ty strong evidence of its Valuable healing and curative properties. We have inst been shown a letter from a gentleman in Liuim, wh-oli says Mf little son (ihree ; years -' "; -dtiie laisior tune to break bis Ier a few veeks since. I irn ntediately applied, some of 'l,a ' Mustang. Lini mevt to it, aud have to .batla it three liimes a day with the Liniment, and 1 nm happy. to say he is nowsoie io wain," ; . Wp have seen so much pufnPT and blowing respecting Medicines and Lin ; ems, that they have become disgusting, and w - nra apt to think them ell a humbug. , But all this Liniuient wants is a fair trial and it will puff and blow itself, bf CUUO it is realiv a Vdlnnhln nrtiflt.. T1,U' v know from experience. Our Rdviep to : H. i i hud you will not be disappointed. JAMES JONEb it CO. hoi oie flltS, At the Sign of the .V ro ''-tir Attorn' T8 yO si 3 .'IATEa ST. 116 Urqadway, .'ew i'oitK.: Capital, no.iV $S3C,0C0 ;i;;a i ai idly acc;alulatIs, " ' Vniicipallyinvcdedih Unitfid Slaka Slochf. - MORRIS FRANKLIN, Tnm'lcuf. " Tu?r 'Freeman,; Actuabv. ' f ' Agency, No. 92 Camp 'Street New Orleans. Under Local Board of Directors. - No extra charge for Southern residence on ac climated Risks. .. -' A Credit of Forty per cent, of premiums give n oh LIFE POLICIES. ; t An Annual Dividend made from 40 to 52 per ' cent., on which interest is paid yearly in CASH to the Insured (XT Applications to be made to and informa- tion gH'cn by W. J. AXDEESOX; Columbus, Miss. May; 1st; 1S31. 5 : I'm, 31 ul 'J a I Life Insurance. 8t ESACi: C03IIV4M , : AT CO Vl-NCi TON, KENTUCKY. Guarranty Fund $100,000. INSURES LIVES UPON THE MUTUAL plan, at joint stock rates of premium, and it is believed offers. the most simple, reasonable, sale, and equitable, plan yet devised for Mutual Life Insurance. ; . - .... . Pamphlets furnished, information given, nnd applications received by v :aug.l4.510:lnu ..... t ' . IMPORTERS & JOBBERS if FOREIGN &CQMESTJC DRY GOODS, . HAVE now on hand a large, and complete stock, suitable for the Southern trade, which they oiler on the most liberal terms, at 45 Broadway, . New-Ycrk. E. M. Greexwav, , s , W- W. T, Geeenwat, J. II. Geeexwav, ; . ' ' ' ' junel21:112m, - ,H GEORGE y RAZEE, : tn cv i x a nv ailov.y HAS just received a superior assortment ,oi Blaik French Cloths'und Cassimeres; Fancy Cassimeres and Cassinetts ; Plain and Figured Satin, Plain and Figured White Marsailles and Embroided Merino Vesting: also a large, assort' ment of Shirts, Under-Shirts, Suspenders, Linen and bilk rocket Uarul kerchiefs or Vrarats, Gloves. Satin stocks,' Umbrellas,- 6rc. 6fc. 'All of which he will manufacture to order, or sell on the most 1' ral terms. He would especially invite those .iO buy tor cash to eall and examine his assort ment before purchasing. ' - ; - '-. Columbus? Miss. April, 17 18.11. - 3 ly.- ' Q r BLADON SPKINGS. - jg rTHIS popular Watering place, will be Opened jl lor the reception of visitors on the first day of June. The proprietors have added largely to their improvements during the past winter and will be able during the present season to ac commodate, from four to five hundred persons. in addition to the medicinal and curative prop erties of the water in diseases peculiar to a south ern climate, these Springs possess many ndvan tages over most of the watering places in the south and west. Being situated but four miles from the Bigbee river in Choctaw Countv. Ala in as healthy a region as can be found in the southern country, nnd are accessible at all sea sons of the year by Steam Boats. "It would be useless to attempt a full description of the bene, fits tq be derived from the use of these waters sumce it, mat we leel tully warranted in saying, that ttieir sanative properties, in the cure ol dis eases of the Liver, Stomach, Bowels. Kednevs, and Skin, Ulcers of long standing, General De bility superinduced by a long residence iu a sou thern climate, Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia &e. are unequaled by any waters in the United States, as hundreds could testify who have tried ljheir efficacy. Manvanaugieiueuis ha.ve beeu made, and are in progress for the amusement and pleasure ol visitors. -. lhere will be a regular line of Semi-weeklv Packets from ; Mobile to the Springs. Good Hacks with careful drivers will be in contwint at tendance to carry persons to and from the river, T II E T A ll L E will be constantly supplied with the Veuy Best tlie country ailords.' and no Tjnms on tlie narto the Proprietors; will be spared, to render visitors comfortable. - ; - '' . For ( hemical prOcrl;es of the water, the pub are referred to the Analyses tf one of the lie pririL-ipal Springs, by' Trof. Brumby of the Uni- crsity ol Alabama. , ' Hales of Board. ; Per day,'- - $2 00 ; Per Week, - - S10 00 " month, - 35 00 ' Single meal, 75 C7" Children arid Servants half price. . Board of horse per dav, - - - - - ' S 1 00 , i. i. week, ----- 5 00 " ". " - " month - - IS 00 Large families subiect to a liberal -deduction from the above rates.-. - - : CONXOR & HENRY, ' ' Proprietors. Bladon .Springs, Ala. May 1st, 1S51. 8 lit. Dr. Thorns Y Love ; "D ESPECTFULLY oilers his professional ser XV vices to the citizens of Columbus nnd its vicinity, and hopes by-close attention to business to merit a share of their patroriage. , He may be found at all times, when not anywhere else, at hisofficeor residence, both on the same lot with the City Hall, immediately south of it, formerly occupied py iu.j. tiowaru. August 8, 1850. .16 tf. ' THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, . f Lowndes County. , To all persons interested in the Real Estate , of Alexander I . I) inter, deceased . "TTOII are hereby notified to appear before the J. Probate Court of said county at the term to be holden at the Court House of said county on tlie 1st Monday ol September, .A. D. 1S51 then and there to", show cause if any you have why an order should not be granted to sell the following lands lying and being in said county to-'wit : Beginning in township 18 range IS west at the half mile stake between sections 20, 25 & 2(5, a luckory as pointer and running South 48, east to a stake J4, two oaks as pointers, thence south 82, west to a stake thence north 49J west to a stake. a cum ns pointer.: thence north 39 west to a staike-tAvo "gums as jblntcrs, thence north . 11 . west to section line, thence north 821 east 37,50 to a stake in the field red oak as pointer, thence soii'h S, 4S east to a stake thence north 82 east to Close at first stake con taming J01 ai-100 acres: also north east quar ter of south west quarter 'and that part of south east quartet of north west .quarter Which is south of the road leading from Columbus to Tusca loosa in section' fifteen township' eighteen rane eighteen' west, containg 48 or 50 acres accord ing io the petition of bamuel b. Crute, Adminis trator of the eslnte of said A. V. Wiuter deceast-d -WITNESS, The Honorable NA fy .V- THANIKL E. GOODWIN, Judge '' .. of Probate Court of- aid county the Wlt ; lt Monday of July A. D. lS-ll,. V,t 1ANIEL WILLIAM'S, " : . Clerk. July, 17th 1S51-- IS 6w. ; . , FRED. W. GELBKE, T . No. 16, 'Conti, ST., Mobile. RESFECTFULLY informs the -cititizens, o this place, that lie is carrying on the , r-: -Gaasaith BasiriCss, In'?!! its various brandies of making and fepaii- ing Guns and Pistols. . , , . vl , - t XTGuns re-stocked and altered from Flint to Percussion.'. .Also, Locks and Fitting Kevs, Cut lery Grinding nnd Making, &c. CP-Guns & Pistols for gale. ' ''febiVl.-.f c. jvEimorsE & Co fQ m . a. .'''J '' - AND PIANO uiFE WAREHOUSE. " No ater Street MomLK. feIl.T.')l;l...t -.-r St. Louis s'na.ET,iaii6ar. ft:hl3'31:I.43:ly. - ' reis Vv'iiw Vim a'aK ":' Newark Cider Vinevaf. " '"r silo ky - JAS. JONES "4 GIIERnV PEGT0R1L corens, colds, iioarsfjviiss. CE0XCKITIS, .n.00PI.G-C0lG!I, CROUP, AST1DIA, AXD , C0XSOIPTI05. In ofTerinaf to 'he community this justly cele brated retneJ or diseases of the thrunl and lini"S. it is not our wi.h to trille with ihe livif.-. . . . . , ffttfi.T l.J rriiil1v lr. 1.. i l , ., ,.;;nn of di.ii'ntni.hed men an. I ' ' r,f,i,,, evidences fit its eucces. fit Lii h tliev tan iudL'e for tlerat:ives. c -iiirrrriy - a 1 11' . . .s!..i..t. ,.,,rctv- in make HO Willi aseri:On or fulse'ftaternenis of its efHeacy, nor will we hold outnny hope to snfl'ering humaiiity which i;-cu will not warrant. '..-.-'. Many proofs are here given, and we sdin: m. inquiry" from the public into all we puWish. iet U ing assured tht-y will find them ld'rfectly ri;iVI and the medicine worthy their bct cOi-tii! iite and pntronaKe. From tlie ill liiujuishrd Proeisor ff Cla viis iry a fid Materia Mrdica, Brnrdoin Colic jr. Dear Sir: I delayed answering the receipt ef your preparation, until I had an opportunity nS witnessing its eilecu ill my own familj'4or in the families of my friends. ' ""Tlii 1 have now done with a high degree of satisfaction,in eases both of adults and children. 1 have lomid U, as its ingredients show n pow erful remedy for colds, and coughs, and pulmo nary diseases. Parker Ci.EAvr.LAM, M. D. Brunswick, Me, i t b. 5, ibil. From an Overseer in tJie Hamilton Mills, ' :. v, . . ... . Lowell, Aug. 10. IS 10. Dr. J. CAycr :" I have been cureiToT (Tii- worst cough, T'ever had in my lile, bv voiir "Cherry TectoralP and never fail,.wheu I have opportu nity, of recommending it to others. lours, rcspecuuilv. ' S. D. EMERSON. JGy Head the following, and see if this medicine is worth a trial. This patient had become very feeble, and the effect of the medicine was unmistakably distinct: United States Hotel, Saratoga Springs, July 5, IS 13. J Dr. J. C. Aver, Sir: I have been afflicted with a painful affection of the lungs, and all tho symptoms of settled consumption, for more than a year. I could find 'no medicine that wouM reach my case, until I commenced the use your "Cherry Pectoral," which gave me gradua. relief, and 1 huve been steadily gaming my strength till my health is well nigh restored. While using your medicine, 1 had the grauh cntion of curing with it my reverend friend. Mi Truman, of Sumpter District, who had been sus pended irom his parochial duties by a severe at tack of bronchitis. I have pleasure in certifying these fact; to you, And am sir, yours respectful! v, . J. F. CALHOUN, of South Caroliiia.- tSf The following was one of the wur.l. of cases, which the Physicians and friends thought to be incurable consumption: ; " Chester, Pa., Aug. 22, 15 SG. J. C. Ayer, Sir: I was taken with a terrible cough, brought on by a cold, in the begining of last rebruary, and was connneu to my bed inory than two months. Coughing incessantly night and day, I became ghastly and pale, my eyes were sunken and glassy, and my breath very . short. Indeed, I was rapidly failing, and in such distress for breath, that but little hope of my re covery could be entertained. While in this sit uation, a friend of mine, (the Rev. John Keller of the Methodist church) brought me n bo'tle of vour Cherry Pectoral, winch 1 triefl more to gratify him, than from any expectation of at taining relief. Its good effect induced me to . coutinue its use, and 1 soon lound mv health much improved. Now in three months,! am well attribute my cure only to your great medicine. ltn the deepest gratitude, vourf. fee, JAME5 GODFREY. Prepared and Sold by Jas. C. Ayfx, Practical Chemist, Loiccll, Mass. For sale by. J ASBLAIR, , . ' ' Columbus, Miss. DR. TOWXSEXD'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla Ti e Ms st Extraordinary Medicine in bt World. This Extract is put up in Quart Both s; it ii ii times cheeper, pleasanter, and warranted supt . rior to any sold. . It cures diseases u-ith- out roiriiting, verging, sickening or debilitating . the Patient. The great beauty and superiority of this farsn- parilla overall other medicines is, while it eiadi cates disease, it invigoraies the body." It is one of the very best Spring and Summer medicines ever known- it not only purities the whole system and strengthen! the person, . but it creates new. puie and rich bloodr a power possessed by 'no other medicine. And in this lies the great secret of its wonderful success. It has performed with in the last two years, more than 50,000 cures of severe cases of diseases; at least 701)0 were con sidered incurabie. It has saved the lives of more than 5,000 CHILDREN THE TWO PAST SEA SON'S alone. : More than 3,000 cases of Chronic Rheuma tism; . - 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia. 4,000 cases of General Debility and want of eji- 7.000 cases of the different Female Conipla-nTs; 2,000 cases Of Scrofula; 1,500 cases of the Liver Complaint; 2,500 cases of Disease of the Kidney and Dropsy; - - . , , 2,000 cases of the Gravel; . 1,000 cases of Sick Headache; : 1,500 Cases of the Dropsy; : - 8,000 eases of Consumption; , f And thousands of cases of the blood, viz: Ulcers,, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Pimples on the Facer Scald Head, Tetter, Xeuralgia. &c, &c., together. with numerous cases of Sick Headache, l'ain ia.' the Side and Chest, Spinal Allections, &e. , . Hundreds of cases of Fits and Nervous Dis : eases, originating in Debilty, have been c-atircl. , cured, and t housunds of cases of DyeiiepLa, Dia f-' rhoea arid Summer Complaint. - : Scrofula Cured; ' This certificate conclusively prove that this Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the inost ob stinate diseases of the EiOod. Three cured in one house is unprecedented, person a Three Children. Dr. Townscnd Dear Sir : I Lav the prca?; r. to inform you that three of my children have b. i u cured of .he Scrofula by the use f jonr vr.a l lent rnedrcine. ? They were afflicted Tery sevi rely wthlad Sores; have taken only four botih-s; u took them away, lor which I feel myself under r . ISAAC W. CRAIN, 100 Wco5ter-sr; Sold bv ' - . J4MI?S JOES fi. f fl. CJ!.5ign of the Negro and Mortar. Notice lo PerscBs liavlu? tialms A GAINST THE GOXERXMEST, or Lusir.i ?s AjL in the Departments ut Washington Ci'v.. By a lata act of Congress, BOUNTY LANl are granted to the surviving oflicers and oldier. of the War of 1812, of the Black Hawk. Sesr-i-'; nole, and other Imlian wars eince lt'0 io tho commissioned otflcers who sorVvd In tho' lt-.v" can War, and the, Widows and incr Cljldrm ol such olllcers und soldiers deceased - Persons who are entitled to the benefit ,f The above hrw, who hold clailns of anv ether le scnntion agamst the ; government, ut wl o have 7'.s.'?r3 l, nn? kind -equiring the n;t,ii:i011 of skilful professional 4,gcnts ut Washington Cltv, will find it to thr;,, ineres, te nplly tl t5 e SI,;J scriber, who.i' Hssoeiate, for tlti pr, 0se. with Attorneys r ending at the Carilat whoc , r, . it i icy on ,, fidelity may be fully relied on. . . . . I ' " ' A 7, lS5Q-6ni. I CHARLES H. MOFsSE FUX0 FORTES FOR SALE. JUST received direct from New York 3 sp!'; did Rose-Wood Pianos, which will 1-yr ; low ibr cuh.:j Enquire at the Furnimre IvOOlfl. Li'i'if 1)V .1 Urvi-1.r.a.a. 4r ., aifOrltnfit of CabUiet Furniture, consul... . i; Jiutiiiii, Wardrobe, RebsZeads of ail k b.iU . lYashtiLM'ts, Tabl-es, Chairs, Louking-GitiSitst Mat. l nitre. Ac. N. B." The undersigned would nUr, r-c -t k .n,,Mi,.n. .':i- : .., the viciuicy, Hint he will discharge undertaking with neatness nnd "d ; ri the duties ( ever cs: upon. ... vV Tit 1?. l5l; I- - '.