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: " r We are authored to feVt" offiee of Smt.Chnnccllor, at the ensuing November election. -- rv-7- We arc authorize" to announce CII AS. hlTT of Hinds as a candidate lor the office ?f State Chancellor, at tlc ensuing November Sheriff. election. i ) i ;0I OS ALS for 'carrying tlo maib of f e Unium.tto from tlie 15th day '.of F. -K -.. j-c,;ecriliC3 xho routes vv ' t . diJerent day of commences u . ,.,1 1 lvn 'At. 1- .-trip. . t , ,v" viu ui June, 1504, i; l i ne, m ill - ;,"ppi, wiH be received at th,- contract Utiice of the Post Offico Depart- err- We r authorised to announce 11 II VVTTKKKON, candidate for Jlfe o'to ofihoriir, for the' county of Lowndes , .he ensuing November election. , t , Wk are authorial to announce ROIJ ..l.v i. iiiiu v a. candidate for the i sw ;?r f.r Vi e county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election rr-7-Wrnro authorized to announce E. IJ. rT,, candidate for the office of SheS for the u,,y of Lowndes at the ensu ing November election. rv-7- Ye are authorised to announce J AMES ITKt B candidate for the office of Sher T for the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election. . . Treasurer. rrV( nre authorised to announce L.J. NC'IIOOLAIt, as a, candidate for the office of County Trensurer, for the county of Lowndes at the ensuing November election. '" ' ' , EfT- Wo are authorised to aruiouneo EVER" AKI) DOWSING us a candidate for the office of County Treasurer, for the County of Lowndes at the enduing November election.. . CT7 We are authorised to announce JACOll ISAACS, n ti candidate Tor the office of court- merit, in tlo city of Washington, until 10 a in of the 8th day of December, 1851, (to be decided by tho 18th day of, the same mouth on the routes and in the manner and tim hereinafter specified, viz : , - MISSISSIPPI. w- ; 5840 From Austin, to Sterling, Ark., 10 miles, and back once a week. Leave Austin every Saturday at 8 am; Arrive at Sterling same day by 12 m; au ororung every Saturday at 1 pm 5841 ensuing isovemuer election. ' Assessor. W are authorised to announce DU" GALD M KKI.LRll, as a candidate for the otfiea f As-ii!jt, lor the county of Lowndes, at the ensuing November election. CT7 We are authorised to announce LAW SON II. WILI.EFORI) as a candidate for tlie office of Assessor for the county of Lowndes, at tho ensuing November election. i Circuit Clerk. CTT" We are authorised to announce AMZI' E. I. VI-' as a cuiididate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, for the county of Lowndes, nt the ensuing election. , Probate Judge. : Wi-?uf authorized to announce the Hon. V.I' ; . fi V 1 N, as a candidate for re-elec-tinn to th" t-fic of Judge of Probates. Elec tion November i rxt. Probate Clerk. "7" We are n iiihoriscd to announce DAN" ll'.l. Y !'. 1 .1 A ' S, as n candidate for re-e-h-ction to tU- office of Clerk of the Trobate Court, for tin- t ounty of Lowndes, at the ensuing November ileetion u Mayor. nr.- authorised t announce ! k I ll. as a candidate for re-election to of Mayor, at the ensuing November cr Arrive at Austin same day by 5 p m. . From Fordsville. bv Shadv G rove. J.a. . ; . Rt,d Sun, to Covington, 49 miles, and back once a week. :, f , . Leave Fordsville e very Wednesday at 2 pm; ' Arrive at Covington next day by 6 p m; Ieave Covincton every Tuesday at 8 am Arrive at Fordsville next days by 12 m. foerviee on thu route to commence 1st July, 1852. 5842 From' Greensboro, to: Louisnillc, 42 miles aud back once a week Leave Greensboro' every Tuesday at 1 ; Arrive at Louisville next day by 4 p m; , Leave Louisville every Monday at 8 am; Arrive at Greensboro next day by llain ty Trea.urer, for the county ol Lowndes, at the f843 1 TOIU 3lalcolnl, by tadCVllle, to Mead ville, 14 miles, and back once a week. Leave Malcolm every Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Meadville by 122 m ; . Leave Meadvillc evtryi Friday at 1 p m; Arrive at Malcolm by 6 p m. 5844 From Natchez, to Church Hill, 18 miles, and back twice a week. Leave Natchez every Monday and Thurs day at 1 p m ; Arrive at Church Hill same days by 5 pm; Leave Church Hill every Monday and - Thursday at 7 a m : Arrive at Natchez same days by 11 a m; bervice on this route to commence 1st July, 1852. 5845 From Vicksburg to Deer Creek, 90 miles and back once a week. Leave Vicksburg every Tuesday at 12m; Arrive at Deer Creek by 7pm next day; Leave Deer Creek every Friday 7 am; I Arrive at Vicksburg by. 11 a m next daj Service on this route to comm'ence 1st July 1852. .:,37iLii: man echcgl. ; !,ids of education at PickcnTMrt ft ; 'iCinity, have established f i' . '. oi -uool of; the first Snuk, imen, ', it v to moot tii ii . ' . VV. " nuu ui 11113 pet -vi.Dama and iSIiniUainr ; ; . i .. . branches of an VM;.'.fc ,i .,.? mere is greatly felt amorif us. a vnnt nf nri institutions as nriinv nn - ;f,.,..i:... oc r ween common schools and colleges That deficiencyit is our purpose, and wish to supply, by the course of study pursued at tho ,Pieken ville High School, which, we confidently believe affords to young men greater facilities for pros- vuwujr vigorously mm iiiorougiuy, . the higher English and Mathematical studies, than any oth-ej- school of which we know. We wish.emnhat- ically, to present to the young men of our State. an enviable opportunity for becon well educated farmers, mechanics," and mer chants as well as professional men. The following is an enumeration of the studies and sciences here tatiThrr - .-"- 1. Allthttltmentaru Entrlith SuiV. a. Pir. lish Grammar Geography, mental and written jl- 2. All the courte 'of Mathematirnrhirh itutu'nUti taught inour best Colleges, including Algebra Ge ometry. Trigonometry, Surveying, etc., etc. t- o. air xHin ana urcee Languages; also, tit modem French and Snanith. ? a mi -r . . 4. J.ne natural Sciences. ChemlMtru. Kntuml BUSINESS . CARDS. GKp., C." FRKN'I H"U MEDICINES.' u uMsnssiox meu air a kts, Xv. 71, Commerce. Street, Mobile Aluhamu. Jan. 1st, 1S50. "J; , " ItlTRR AY I SMITH, COMMISSION MERCHANT, - " - i-: ' " Mobilk, Ala. J. II. TURNER, Agcmj Columbus, Miss. CT7"" Office at Gray & Jones.. - ' " Liberal Cash advances, on Cotton to be shipped. ' 'j " June 20, 1S50. 9 tf. ', ' ; ' ROBERT DESHA & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. TO ; yu ... -, ,,1,- MMle, Ala. G. A. CHANDLER, Agest, Columbus, Miss. THAVE a large supply of Bagging and Rope on JU nana, at cost and charges. li. A. CHANDLER. All Cotton shipped to th above House, in the Philosophy, Geology and Mineralogy - also, Anato- name of 9 A: Chandler, on account of the real my ana rhysioloeu. ' -' .-v , owner, wm ite ensured. 5. Logic, Rhetoric. Political Krnnnmv Mnrnl nA r. . ; . . 1 Tit 1 . i : ifuniriiuui rnuosopny. ' r . 1 is uui i.icieuueu mat' so ertpnaivft - a Tamr of studies as is here indicated, -will be taught to boys of immature minds, in one or two years.- But we intend the instruction to be sound and thorough, as far as it goes. It is proper to say, hat great attention will be given to the elemen tary parts of the course, and that through the whole curriculum an effort will be constantly August, 10th 1350.. 3r 1 , ALEX. CAMPBELL. JiO. If. BOSW0RTH. CAMPBELL & Co., :y' Steamboat Agents', and General Receiving, and forwarding merchants, No. 72 Front and 73 Commerce streets, . . , ; . - ; Mobile, Ala. . Goods cnnalrnf! to us for the Interior will Im kept up to render a boy's education useful and received and forwarded free of commissions and practical. To contribute to this end, an exten- storage. . ,.?. . , sive Chemical and Philosonhical Apparatus has P.S. Messrs. C. & Co.. shin rrooils hv nil the ju3t been purchased, and arranged in a seperate classed boats on the Bigby, Warrior and Alabama room, ior uuisirnnng inose sciences. Also, rivers. - -t lebl3:1.43:ly. !'OXN the olliei t'leetlOU. M ivor,, ai 1 . - y 'We ft. M i V t on ! ' re. authorised to announce I. W. i. as n cuntlidate for the ofliee of e- ',i-iiin ovfiuler election. Tvwn Constable. ;itkurie,l to announce GEO. AitOl., a i.niiiulate lor re-elec- !('( (;'.'l u'a ii Constable, at the en ,:,t'.' fJ',''Uun: , S.7- - authorised to niinonne'e IJIiN- JAMl-i i'. TAYl.OH as a candidate for the otliee n' Town Constable nt the ensuing No vember e!( e:jon.. rry Vv are authorised to announce J O i iX It. J A : V I A . a- a candidate lor Town Con stable at the cimiine; November election. Heat Constable. C? V" are anihori-'eil to announce JOHV I'. Kit v.i Iv VAX. n a candidate for the of fice of Cmi-table, lor District No. 2, at the en uing November election. fr We are aullioriscd to announce C'apt. A. Form of a Bui. f . propose to carry the 'Ml I (or we) mails on route JNo. , lnun to agreeably to the advertisement ot the 1'ost master General dated ',)th August, 1851, and by the following mode of conveyance viz: for the annual sum of dollars. " Dated. . ' Signed. Form of a Guaranty. The undersigned undertake that if the foregoing bid for carrying the mail on route large Maps, and Diagrams for teaching Anatomy ana rnysioiogy The Rates of Tuition, per session of twenty one weeks, are as follows : v" Spelling, Reading and Writing, $10 00 Geography, History, English Grammar, Arithmetic, both mental and written, 15 00 Logic. Rhetoric and Elocution, 20 00 The Higher English Studies, either with or without the Languages, 25 00 Contingent charge, 1 00 Boarding, including fuel and washing, in private families, from $3 00 to 510 50 per month. The corps of Teachers is as follows D. CURTIS B. COXNERLY, M. A., Principal, and Instructor in Chemistry, Natural Philoso phy anil Physiology..' ' JESSE G NASH, B. A., Associate Principal, and Instructor in Metaphysics and in the Latin 1 and lireek Languages A. JAMES QUINCHE QLOUGH. ELSTON & Co., Commission Mer- KJ chants, Mobile, Ala. Jan, 1850 19-ly ! At the Sign of the Ileprro & Mortar. Wholesale ''and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. and Slanlpu- - latin? Pharmaceutist, OUR stock embraces the business in its mo.t extended range and in point of quality and assortment defies all competition. With prompt attention to business pure and unadulterated Drugs to offer our Customers at moderate prices, we hope to share the same liberal patronnge heretofore extended to our house. ' We give below " few of the leading articles in our extensive assortment. " Drugs and Medicines. Alum, ' . j Arrow Root, Balsams, Copavia, Peru,-Fir, Tolus, kc. .. Borax, refined. t Brimstone, ' Cream Tartar, - - -..,- . Gums, Assafcetida, Opium, Aloes, ' Shellac, Gambogo, Arabic,. Tragacam, he. Glue, Ipecac. - jalap, NEW YOIIK LIFE INSURANCE C03I- 1 " 11G D:wadway New York.' ' Ci.;:ital, ijoiv. C330,000 and rap idly, atcumtslixt In?, . Principally invested in United Statri Stocks. ' " MORRIS FRANKLIN, President. Plisy Freemax, Ac-Tciay, - Agency, No. 92 Camp Street AVw Orleans. ... I'nder Local Boartl of Directors. - No extra charge for Sptthern residence on ac climated Ritsks. ' . A Credit of Forty per clnt. of premiums given on LIFE POLICIES. i An Annua! Dividend rfide from 40 to 52 per cent., 011 which interest U paid yearly in CASH to the Insured. rUT-r Applications to be1 made to and informa tion given by. , - i. , - :";.". , W. ?. ANDERSON, 'Columbus, Miss. May lst, lS51, 5 2m. WA. SMITH, (Successor to Dabney (f Smith.) RoOTS '. Rhubarb, Sarsaparilla, Colombe, &c . Grocer, No. 38 Commerce street, Mobile, Suk,e -Gentian, Ginger, Pmk, Squills, &c. Alabama Jan, '50 19-ly KIRKS12Y, SUEPPARD & DRAY, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. 22 & 24 Commerce St., corner of St. Michael, MOBILE. F. M. KiaxsEY. Jas. G. Sheppard, . C. S. Bray. 19-ly ' Modern Languages, Mathematics, and Astron omy These gentlemen are all most liberally educa ted, of distinguished reputation as Instructors, and intend to make teaching their permanent protession The next scholastic year will begin on the first Monday in October, and will continue until a- bout the last of July following, when the annu al Examination will take place. All that enter the school will be held respon sible for their tuition from the time of entering till the close of the session, and no deductions will be made except in cases of protracted sick ness. Tuition will be due at tho end of each session The prospects of the school at present, are very nattering, and for the first session, the num ber of students has transcended our most sangu- JOII V C. 1IOLCOMRE, Formerly or Augusta, Ga. Commission Merchant and General Agent. B. A., Instructor in I A TTENDS specially to sale of Cotton and buy- J.X. ing and selling exchange. ' UyOtYice 47 St. Michael street, Mobile. Feb. 28. 1850. inf PTtiectations. Tho. health nt" thn nlace is as . , , . . . 1 1 NO. . be accepted by the 1'os master uen-j jrood as that of any other village in the tate; and eral the bidder shall, prior to the 15th day I we really believe that it offers fewer temptations tho rwmirsul i ' young men ior contracting exinivngrmi unu f II T ! ... 01 renruury next, enter into the requ obligation to perform the service proposed. with gootl and sufficient sureties. Dated. (Signed by two guar's.) Form of Certificate., The undersigned, postmaster of '' , cer tifies that he. is well acquainted with the a- bove guarantors and their property, and that a candidate for the oiiice of thev arc men of property, and able to make Constable, for Beat No. at the ensuing Ao- good their guaranty. vember election. T);ito1. ' " SirrnAcI Notice and Instructions to Bidders 1 Seven minutes are allowed taintej:iue diate postmasters, tor assorting the mails when not otherwise specified by the schedule 2. Pay will not be made for trips not run; and the deductions for failures to perform the same may be increased to three times the contract pay therefor if a sufficient ex cuse be not sent in. Fines may may be im posed for arrivals after time; also for failing to take or deliver the entire mail 'l.ALf.ii ntoroL.s win ue n-TOivtu "'1.. t 1 f -l c l kJ the store of Messrs. Foote c Sadler untiuuiu cuuiraci lur itptaicu laiiuics, iui viuia- icious habits than any other village in the State. No spiritous liquors are allowed to be retailed in the town or vicinity. It is highly important that parents and Guar ians should have their sons and wards here at the beginning of tlie year the first Monday in October next. - PEYTON KING, President. M.Beckett, ( - ) A. T. Hknley, W. C. Ferguson, Trustees. A. V. Bush, J.T. McCuke, f ) Wm. Murrah Sept. 1st, 1851. 22 3m. SCHOOL. i S. nr. OWN will resume his - school -on Jm Mundav ilie 15th of ei)tetnber, in the base- tnent of the Cuiuberlaiid Presbyterian Church. Tv rri(i Fkk. Session 5 months. 15 UU 20 00 liower English Dranches (.'lassies and higher Mathematics N. B. No remittance of Tuition from the time of admission to the Hose of the session. Notice to Builders. 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday the 1st day or ting the post ofhce laws, or tor disobeying October next, for building a Methodist Church tjlc instructions of the Department. i;ri3 . 4- The Postmaster General may diseon- T.letedby the first of January, 1S53. tinue or curtail the service, ana tne pay ac A plan and specific description of said budding cordingly, on allowing one month's extra pay on the amount dispensed with. Jle may also increase the length or number of the . . . i - portion in trips at pro rata pay, tne contractor navmg the right to relinquish the contract, on giv ing timely notice, if he prefer it to the Leroy Massengale, change T r M-ll I r 1 1... . !! . 1 . e ij. tv. ttaih.ur, o. Aaaitionai pay win not ne maae ior excess of actual over advertised distance (should any such case occur) if the offices r mfc? u a a - j a l)ronosola wltbont the. prescribed trua 1S.-51, on a credit of twelve months, the cast half ciency oi me suiuuus, ur uuv ruuuivuu iu mc of the south west quarter of section twenty-nine time spccihed by the advertisement, or com township nineteen, range seventeen east, con- biniI)g more than one route in the same sum taining eighty acres; being the same land occu- . , . . , me. .v Kie lanl 11. fetcrs. ueceaseo, on me v o- . may be seen at the store above named in Macon; Also, at the ftoreof Messrs. Cozart, Humphries h. Billups, Columbus Miss. The payments will be liberal a advance if necessary. , . Committee: J. J. Dlack, James Eckford, Bryan T. "Williams, August 13th 18.')1. 22 3 w. . Iimilius and Starkvillc road, seven miles lrom Columbus. " J. W, PETERS, Aut. 19, IMl. 21-3w. ' Guardian. NOXUBEE LAND FOR SALE. T WILL sell at private sale a tract of land in 1 Noxubee county, MisSissimii, on the Broken Pumpkin Creek adjoining lands of Mrs. Julia Clayton, Judge Moore, estate of Joseph Moore 7. Bids for the service as advertised are entitled to preference, but those proposing changes therein will receive consideration 8. Offices established during the contract period within a quarter of a mile of the route are to be Supplied without extra pay; those further off at a pro rata compensation. . 9. Bidders should' specify the mode ot WM. ECHFORD, COMMISSION MER Cn ANT, No. 21 Commerce Street, MOBILE, ALA. Jan. 1850. 19-ly It. T. H0SKIXS, COMMISSION MERCHANT Mobile, Ala. July 4th, 1850. ll-tf. SELVES, XETs TV1E, FLOATS, M. IU E have just received per recent arrivals, H a large assortment of SEINES, well adapted to the Southern Fishery, aud suita ablefor liivers, Lakes, Creeks or Bays, which we offer at very low prices. 3 Seines 100 fath. equal to 200 yds. ast' dep'. LOOK AND LIVE! DR. GLOVE II' S Prepared Rotanic Medicines. ' ANTI-PERIODIC PILLS, ( WITHUOT QUININE) For Chills and Fever, and Ague and Fever. Price 50 cents per box. , INNOCUOUS CATHARTIC PILLS, Suitable for a general Purgative. Price 25 cts. per box. BAYBERRY SYRUP, For Dysentery. Diarrhaa, Choi era-Morbus and Cholera-Infantum. rnce 91 00 per bottle. 2 do 80 " " 1G0 " " 2 do 60 " " 120 " 2 do 50 " " 100 " " 2 do 40 " " 80 " " 5 do 30 " GO " 5 do 25 " " 50 " " 10 do 20 " " 40 " " 20 do 15 " " 30 " 20 do 10 " ... " 20 " " 10 do .8." , , 10 " t " 10 do -5 '. f: ;'' ?0 ' ; " SHIUMP SEINES, " May 1851. Cerllflcaies : Aberdeen, Miss. March 27, 1851. I hereby certify, that I have been using Dr. L. Ancse oemes C. Glover's "Anti-Periodic Pills" in my family rials and will for two years past, and have no hesitency in say- sale by the Agents, ing, they are preferable to any remedy I have ev- j cr useti to stop 1,111113 anu revet. 111 iuci, 1 nave 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 condi tion. , - . ' - I have known them used by others with equal good success.' I knew them given in one old chronic case, where other medicines had failed. They fully succeeded in making a lasting cure I take pleasure in recommending them to tne public generally. , , . J Ab. 1). JVlcALlb 1 i.K. Noxubke County, Miss. Feb. 28, 1851 Dr. L. C Glovke: . ar: You desire to know Fifteen assorted lengths CHA11 N E T S , Ten assorted paterris, improved style. ; . - COTTON HAMMOCKS, 2 doz. preferable to grass aud much cheaper. nettino:'::;' One thousand yards, cut to any size. , FLOATS,' Two thousand, various sizes. ;f The above Seines are dyed in baric, and tanned by steam process in a very uniform manner, and warranted, not to mildew. These Seines are made from the best mate- give entire satisfaction. For MERCHANT & CO., 8 ly. Mobile, Ala. DAVID & FORD, General Receiving, Forwarding and commission merchants, mobile, ala., TTT" 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, of me what succes3 I have met with as Agent Alabama and Warrior rivers, for your Medicines. The people here have been Orders for Salt filled at "cargo prices" char generally healthy the past year, but notwithstan- ges added. ding this, I have disposed of a good deal of them, All business entrusted to our care will be ex and in every instance that I have heard of when ecuted with the utmost prompness and fidelity. properly useo., tney nave given tne greatest sai-i - wm, iuulu- isfaction. At the time 1 received your medicines, I had a ease of Chronic Chills in my family of tteceasi-il ami outers, v uniaiiinig cigui nuntireii conveyance intended to DO U80U-. een live and six hundredl riri: 4t. and eighty acres, betwet in a high slate ot cuItivati0n-inO8t ol it very rich Prairie land. Apply to me at Columbus, Mississippi. GEO. H. 11AKK1S. Sept. 2nd, 1851...-'23-tf. - .... - jiniiii. ORDERS NO. 15. IIvaLQuartcr,llh Division, M. M. (.'olumbus, July 12, 1851. A N ELECTION is hereby ordered to be held TJL on Monday and Tuesday the 3rd and 4th of November next, in the counties of Newton, Kem per, Noxubee,md Lowu.le for a Brigadier Gen eral of the 2d; Brigade 4lh Division Mississippi Militia 10 the vacancy occasioned by the ex piration" c f 1': .-otn'mission- of Brig. Geii. Waile. ANo. irt rh-t'o i'rfie-4 of OktiblH-ha, Choctaw, Carroll. V Hi;o!u--t n and Tallahatchie, for a Brig atlier (Jeneve! of J,e 1st Brigatle 4tU Division m. m. Vacancy oeea-kmed by expiration Of term of oiliee of "Brig. den. Owen." " Th romtnau.ling oncers of 19th 28th, 29th, 44th, .Ji,.:Mrh,G2.l, ;i7th, 38th, and 3dth lU-gi. mentsare iliarued with the execution of thi or tier, or in the event of no Fi-ld oTicer being in command in either of said IlegiftieuU -theii tlie SherifTof such county hali perform said duty, and 1119 ite return thereof to this Division Head Quarters. : TIIOS. G. BLKWETT, Maj. Gen. 4th Division, M. M. Bv M. McCarthy'. Ai I, ' ' ' When tbis is not done it will be under stood to bo horseback. ; 10. If the accepted bidders fail to execute contract, or to commence'and continue ser vice agreeahly to their proposals, they, or their guarantors or sureties, will be liable to a suit for the damages resulting from a rc letting of the route: .' - 11. Contracts are to be executed by the 15th day of February, 1852. 12. The bids should contain the bidders name and residence, and, if a company offer, t hose of each member of the firm, and should be addressed to the First Assistant Fostmas ter General, and endorsed "Mail proposals in the State of , . ; ' ; For further particulars as to conditions of bidding, and the forms ot . the contracts re quired, see advertisement for proposals for carrying the mails issued January 10, loot; also Damnhlet edition of this advertisement soon to be issued. . N.' K. HALL,- fe ' Postmaster General Post Of itce .Department Aug. 9, ; twelve months standinc, to which I had civen a Great deal of Quinine, and occasionally a dose of Blue Mass;' all only served to debilitate and make the case worse. " .The first time I, tried your Anti-Penod;c Pills" they broke the Par- xysm 1 then lollo wed. the -directions . lor Chronic Chills" and effected a permanent cure. . I have had your'"Bayberry Syrup'?. used in sev- ral cases of Bowel Complaints and always with the very best success, both in cases of children and adults. I believe it to be not only an effec tual preparation, but on that is perfectly harm less, v r . j ttespecttully, ,., , ... Columbus. Au '51. : - NOTICE. : August 20.-1S51. XN puritmnce of instrii !' Land Oilicc, under ilate t. k tiifnor( vi vs'! at tl; hour of 10 o'elu i . . t-- . , e.. ' ;y i:.- i ixiuuyot Oeto Tr'- -' - ' enter the ibliu ' r withheld from sale, to-, . : Cii ' ' ( ... il:2. Town. 10 llnv'Q 9 E m, on ccive r ed i of 9 11 , ;-: : 0TTLEY & STARK f , ,v - ' - - South Side of, Main Street, , " ' w - Old Stand 'of Wearer, Mull 'in t Col rtMlt uu; rsiiM! . navt! lormed a copartner I ship under me. uuove stylo; lor the purno of conducting a Mercantile Business in the Dry Goo.ls line, at the above well known c'd siand where they have cn hand a wctl levied assort mtnt STAPLE 4" F f VCF TRY GOOD?, suitable tor the Sea . and th ? market; t er with Ready mad tV. ' inEurdu u war', Saddlery Sfe. - '.. i.v;-:- ourl -n.t..id I'M -(',to us a call and exnuone our bin doubt cf beiig alio to st..t t ij- t - T i f s 1 J ( i 1 i . 4 is. . i i Ljji By Henry Dickinson, Vice Chancellor of the State of Mississippi NOTICE is hereby given, that on application to me by George D. Moore of Noxubee county in said State, who claims an undivided fourth part of all those tracts of land, known as follows, to-wit: all ol section IV o. 0, ana tne North, half of section No. 8, all in township sixteen of range eigteen, East, and situate in said Noxubee county; I have nominated Will iam Dupree, William W. Moore, and Daniel Dupree, commissioners, to divide said tracts of land , into equal shares or parts; and unless proper objection be stated to me, at the Clerk's office of the District Chancery Court, held 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 Mosko County Miss. March 26, 1851." DhGloveb, . .-' - A -. , Dear Sir : I have been using your "Bayberry Syrup" in my family, and. Lean concerning the partition of. lands, held by o- saieiy say lrom tne experience mat i nave wun ( parceners mint tenants, and tenants in common.' it, that I believe it to be :; np only a safe, but a more eneetuaj medicine than any wtucii 1 nave ever used for the diseases of the bowels. - Yours &c. '"' "'v, '. .' ' : It. RASBERRY. There can be no longer, any doubt properly entertained about the -.possibility of there being found -a-remedy for-Chills without yuinine. My "Anti-Periodic Pills" have forever settled ' that question. This has been an object anxious ly sought For, by the profession lor. many years and should be hailed as a grand, disideratum in the1 progress of medical science. ' Few if any, persons who are 'enlightened On the subject, will deny, that Quinine stri perries the brain, and there by, blunts the faculties, destroys the memory, dims the sight, deafens -the hearing, and debili tates the nervous system. ? That general debility of the- entire system supervenes," subjecting a person the more readily, to any disease-peculiar . . : - tir. i . 1 - . to Ills temperameiii, ' nu inis array-oi eriu, who will persist irt.the. use "of Quinine.". ? 7 ' Families adopting the we of my medicines will f ml their expense- f r i.,ediciiie curtailed at l?at oi hall". ' Liberal reductions will be made Given under my hand this fifth day of August A.D. 1851. - - . - HENRY DICKINSON. - Columbus, Miss Aug. 7, '51. . 19:Bm. Sulphur, Sal Soda, Arsenic, t , Ainseed, Copperas, Camphor, Epsom Salt z. Liquorice, Magnesia's, . Mustard, , Sennas' Clicmlcals Pure. Acids Sulphuric, Muriatic, Nitric, Tartaric, Ben ' soic, Oxalic, Acetic, &c. Ammonia, Carbonate, Spirits and Sal, ; Blue Mass, Calomel, Chloroform, ' ' Ethers, Sulphuric, Nitrous and Acetic, Morphine, Quinine, Red Precipitate, Rocbelle Salts, Tart Emetic. Corrosive Sublimate, iodine, Iodide, Potass, Piperine, ' Nitrate Silver, Strychnine, Soda Bi Curb, Sedlitz mixture, Sugar Lead, , Prec. Carb. Iron, White Vitriol. Paints, &.c. Chromes Green, Yellow and Red. Drops Black, Lamp Black, Lithrage, Yellow Ochre, Lead, Pure, No. 1, Red, Black aud White, Rose Pink, Umber, Spanish Brown, Terre sienna, Venition Red, " Vermilions, Whiting,- Sand Paper, Putty Paris Green, Prus. Blue, Emery, Vanishes, tec. OILS. Linseed, Turpentine, Spearm Oil Fish Oil, - Neats Foot Oil, Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Olive Oil, Boiled Linseed oil, &c. Groceries and Spices. Allspice, ' Candles, Mould & Star Cinnamon,' Cloves, Ginger Race, Ginger Ground, Mace, Pepper, . Potash, Saleratus, Spices, ground, .. nutT, ' '- "r Starch, " Nutmegs. SOAPS--CASTI I.I.K FANC Y AND COMMON Dyes aud Dye Woods Indigo, Annatto, Logwood, Fustic, . .. Blue, Vitriol, . Tumeric, Spirits, Liquors and Wines. " K7- PURELY MEDICINAL. 0 Brandy , Alcohol, .. - Port Wine, , Holland Gin, Maderia Wine, " Jamaica Rum, '. Malaga Wine, &c. WINDOW GLASS. Of various Sizes Glassware, Shop Furniture, Vials, Bottles, of all descriptions. BRUSHES, Paint, Sash, White.Wash Hair, Cloth, Shoe, Tooth, Camel Hair, &c, Perfumeries Fancy Articles. COLOGNE Fancy Bottles. Labels and Essential Oils. Oil Bergamot, Oil Peppermint, ' " Cloves, " Cinnamon, " Lemon, , " Anise, " Sassafras, " Wintemgreen, " Hemlock, r " Origanum, " Rose, " Nerolio, Oil Orange, &c. Corks -Bottles, Vial, Demijohn, &c. Herbs, Extract, Roots, Barks, Confections, &c - - Surgical Instruments, - GTATiorjcny, Paper, Letter. Cap and Wrapping. Sealing Wax, , Black Sand, Ink Powder, Inks, Red, Black and Indeliible. Apothecary and Shop Furniture. Jars, Tinctures, Saltmouths, " ow Bottles, Ointment Jars, Graduates, Scales & Weights, ' Spatulas, . Mortars, Iron and Wedge Wood, . untie is, etc. Patcat Llcdicincs. A supply of all the popular Medicine of the day. Sundries. Turpentine, . Castor Oil, - Swet Oilv V - Lemon Syrup, Essences, ' ' .' ... Paregoric, Laudanum, &c. in bottles to suit the trade Matches, Blacking, Twine, Pink Saucers, - Percussion Caps,; Alkometers, Stc. Columbus,; May, 15, 1851... 7-rly. Blutual Life Insurance. REXTICKY BIL'TIAI-r LIFE IX- SlRAXCa: CO.HPAXY, Al COVINGTON, KENTUCKY. , Guarranty Fund $100,000. . TNSURES LIVES UPON THE MUTtTAL X plan. Ht ioint stork rates of premium, and it is believed oilers the most simple, -reasonable, safe, and equitable plan yet devised for Mutual Life Insurance. - '-.' Pamphlets fumif hed. information given, and applications received by ', . aug. 14. 5 1:20:1m. - y ' ' , XATH. E. GOODWIN, Agxst. 8. C. HALONE, Medical Examiner. COLUMBUS, MISS. July 17th, 1S51., 16 tf.. t A. 9cT GEORGE FRAZEE, :- GUrrniittt Gatlor. HAS just received a superior assortment ol Black French Cloths end Cassimerts; Fancy Cassimeres and Cassinelts : Plain and Figured n. - .; iv i rei.-j. -r -ti uuwi, x iuk. u7i xiiurru n aue unarsauies ana Embroidcd Merino Vestings- also a large assort ment of Shirts, Under-Shirts, ; Suspenders, Linen and Silk Pocket Handkerchief $ Sr Cravats, Gloves, Satin Stocks, Umbrellas, tc. $-c. - All of which he will manufacture to order, or sell on the most liberal terms. He would especially invite those who buy lor cash to call ami examine his assort ment before purchasing. Columbus Miss. April, 17 1851. 3 ly.' " BLADON SPBUJGS. THIS popular watering place,' will be opened for the reception of visitors on the first day of June. The proprietors'-have added largely to their improvements during the past winter, anu win oe aoie 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 advan tages over most ol the watering places in the south and west. Being situated but four miles from the Bigbee river in Choctaw County. Ala., in as healthy a region as can. be found in' the southern country, and 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 to be derived from the . use "of these waters, SllOlCA it tlmt WO fo.. Tutltf wnrranlail in on ,r I r. . ...... , ...... ' ' v ... . v. i . j n in iiiLi.v u ... uig, tuat ineir sanative properties, in the cure ol dis eases of the Liver, Stomach, Bowels. Kedneys, and &kin, Ulcers of longstanding, General De bility superinduced bym long residence in a sou thern climate. Gout, Rheumatism, Nenralgia &c. are unequaled by any waters in the United States, as hundreds could testify who have tried their efficacy. Many arrangements' have been made, and are in progress for the amusement and pleasure of visitors. There will be a regular line of Semi-weekly Packets from Mobile to the Springs. Good Hacks with careful drivers will be in contsaut at tendance to carry persons to and from the river THE TABLE will be constantly supplied with the" Vebv Best the country aiiords, and no pains on the part o the Proprietors, will be spared, to render visitors comlortaule. For Chemical 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. Rates of 'Board. Per day, - - $2 00 Per week, - - $10 00 't month, - 35 00 Single meal, 75 C7 Children and Servants half price. Board of horse per day, - - - - -' - $ 1 00 u " " " week. ----- 5 00 " " " month - 18 00 Large families subject to a liberal deduction from the above rates. CONNOR & HENRY, . Proprietors. Bladon Springs, Ala. May 1st, 1S51. 8 lit. Dr. Thomas N. Lore RESPECTFULLY offers his professional ser vices to the citizens of Columbus and its vicinity, and hopes by close attention to business to merit a share of their patronage. He may be found at all times, when not any where else, at his office or residence, both on the same lot with the City Hall, immediately south of it, formerly occupied by M. J. Howard. August 8, 1850. - lr3 tf. ensnnv pectoral For h Cat of CAUCUS, COLDS, H01RS.VESS EfipWIIITIS, WKGOPIXG-COCCII, CE01P, ASTHMA, ASD COXSHIPTIOX. In offering to the community- thi j:istly cele brated remedy for dieae of the throat and lunS. it is not our wish to trifle wi:h tin. live or health of the affiic.ed, but frankly to Iny be fore them the opinions of ditiligtiihed men and some of the evidences ot its auccesti. f-orn which they can judge lor them Ives. W- sincerely pledge durselves to ninke no wild n.n-rtioni or falseotatermmts of its tiiicaey, nor will we holtl out any hope to suffering humanity which lacts will not warrant. : ,Many proofs are here given, and we solicit an inquiry liom the public into all we publish, let-ling assured they will find them perfectly reliable and the medicine worthy their bet confidence and patronage. From the d itLnynirftcd Professor of Che 7i jV try and Materia M'-dica, Ibwdoiu Collrye. Dear Sir: I delayed nnswering the receipt of your preparation, until I had nti opportunity of witnessing its effect in my own family, or in the families of my friends. This I have now done with a high degree of satisfaction, in cases both of adults and children. I have found it, as its ingredients show a pow erful remedy for colds, and cough, and pulmo--nary diseases. Pakksr Clkavklasd, M. D. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 5, 1&47. From an Overseer intlic Hamilton Mills, in -' this City. Lowell, Aug. 10, 18-19. Dr. J. C. Ayer: I have been cured of the worst cough I ever bad in my life, by your "Cherry' Pectoral,", and never fail, when I have opportu nity, of recommending it to others. ' - ' Yours, respectfully, 8. D. EMERSON. Read the following, and see if this medicine is worth a trial. This patient had become very feeLle, and the effect of tho medicine was unmistakably distinct: United States Hotel, Saratoga Springs, 1 July 5, 1S49. J Dr. J. C Ayer, Sir: I have been afflicted with a painful affection of the lungs, and all the symptoms of settled consumption, for more than a year. I could find no medicine that would reach my case, until I commenced the use. your "Cherry Pectoral," which gave nie gradua. relief, and I have been steadily gaining my strength till my health is well nigh restored. While using your medicine, I had the gratifi cation of curing with it my reverend friend, Mi Truman, of Sumpter District, who had been sus pended from his parochial duties by a severe at-" tack ot bronchitis. : I have pleasure in certifying these facts to you, And am sir, yours respectfully, J. F. CALHOUN, of South Carolina. tSr The following was one of the worst of cases, which the Physicians and friend thought to be incurable consumption: Chester, Pa., Aug. 23. IS I f. J. C. Ayer, Sir: I was taken with a' terrible cough, brought on by a cold, in the begining of last February, and was confined to my bed rilore than two months. Coughing incessantly night and day, I became ghastly and pale, my eyes were sunken and glassy, and my breath very snort, lndeeo, l was raputlv lading, and in such distress for breath, that but little hope of my re covery couia ue entertained. While in this sit uation, a friend of mine, (the Rev. John Keller of the Methodist church) brought me a bottle 6f your Ihieev Pectoral, which I tried more to gratify him, than from any expectation of ob taining relief. Its good effect induced me to coutinue its use, and I soon found my health much improved. Now in threu rnonth.l am well and strong, and can attribute my cure only to your great medicine. With the deepest gratitude, yours. c., JAMES GODFREY. Prepared and Sold by Jas. C. Ayer,. . lacticvd Clumist, Lowell, Mass. For gale by JAS. BLAIR,- Columbua, Jliss. B. NEWnOCSE & Co. BARNEY DS0T1IERS, Imnnnm eit & Dealers in Foreirrn & Domestic ruruiturc. Carpet, Doors, Sash Hardware, Bar Iron, Nails, flollow Ware, Mill AND PIANO FORTE WAREHOUSE, ' - No. 69 Water Street, Mobile. febl3'51:1.43:ly. . o.i 1 i.r''j i: jands. C. GLOVER ,.tih Siit linn .h 7, 11. 4 ly. . M. D. Proprietor. Street, Columbus Miss. 'ST rc-rU t J poi lend.d F' ( .'.i at , I met l wit i I ive tht in CII ARDS. Tlie true Dijeztive Fluid, or Gastric Juice. ' THIS is a truly wonderful remedy for in digestion, Dyspepsia, "Jaundice, Liver Com Tlaint, General Debility and Nervous Con s rrpt i.-i-j, curing after Nature's o. i method, lj Lit.Lu.,Ji own acort, the Gastne Juice. IIalf a teaspooiiial of Pepsin, infused in . fiTAr 'T?T1 .litc jlx-A- nr dirrr,t fivr rsAiin J a nf - f -l L . .... . ' 1 i i .1 . . I lA l ... u i. I I III UuUUt IWO ilOUis Out VI U-J ' J-jjrJ r..iCu. ifiorsaleby JAMLS CLAIR, ' Aeer.t -r - t loci 1 f ir Rocks. Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths, Chains, Corn Shelters, Grindstones, Ploughs, Bellows, Hop, Axes, Anvils, Ft- . : ces, Table tr Pocket Cutlery, c 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 gootl terms as any House in this or any cf the Eastern Cities... ' .. - r - To Merchants, Planters, Carpenters, Blacksmiths .- T. and Tanners! . . r' , ' We can supply you with every thing that is u sually kept by those in our line of business, and request you will give us a call before purchasing. feb20'5l:4t.ly. BLAIR'S DRUG STORE. J UST received at this well known establish ment a fresh supply of pure and genuine Med icir.es, which will be sold on as favorable terms as at any house in the South. Physicians, plant ers and others, are requested to call 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 any in the State; and making their pur chase altogether from Importing Houses, they are enabled to sell on as good terms, as any Drug House in the south or bouth West. ' Physicians Prescriptions carefully put up. Dr. Jas. W.IIopkiss .will attend to the pre scription department a guarrantee that all will be right in that delicate and important part of the business. -DKUUS, .VIBDICINF., AND CHEMICALS, PAINTS AND OILS. WINDOW GLASS, . PUTTY AND BRUSHES, DYE STUFFS A GLASS WARE, PERFUMERY AND FINE ' SOAP, SEEL PENS. & SUPERIOR WRITING .". V INK . . - ;"-V-,V " " A superior article of Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, al ways on hand. Lasdreth's Garden seeds, cnor 1850. Pure old Brandy, Wines, Holland Gin k Old. Ja- inatca Rum, -Pure Scotch Whiskey for Medical pii rposes, and a superior ar- i tide of Tea, both Green and .- Black, superior chewing , ' it Tobacco and llavanna- . . - ' Cigars. I- - - Thankful for the patronage heretofore extend ed to the House,' he hopes b j strict attention am a disposition to accommodate, 'at low prices, "to merit the patronage ot discerning public. -feb20'51:-14.1y . - i JAMES BLAIR I The State !of.hisslssippLj : -.-r .Lowndei; County. lo all persons interested is the real estate o which John M. January died seized and pos ' se.ed of. ' '. . ' -. vh:---. : : !' - "' "70U are hereby notified tb be and appear be i , fore ,or Probate court nt the Term thereo to be holdenatthe Court House in sai'd cour: ' Wll',. No nf) r.. .E cont,ti evf ry art:e on reasor.iiL.it,1 ehotue:., '.L AND RETAIL 4 ne, and 40 Front Stre ts. ; receiving fres'i supplies o-i ; in their line, wl.. .i tney oii'cj terms. - lheir stock consists Oft, TOIVSSLSD'S Compound Hitract of Saraaparilla he Most Extraordinary Medicine ii ht WoflJ'.- TAi Extract is put up in Quart Bvtles; it is si times cfteaptr.pleasanttr, and warranted supe rior to any sold. It cures diseases with out vomiting, ptring, sickening or debilitating the Patient. The great Leantr and superiority of this fara- parilla over all other Medicines is, while it eradi-' catcs disease, it invigorates the body. It is one of the very best Spring end Summer medicines ever known; it not only purifies the whole system and strengthen? the person, but it creates new. pute and rich olood: a power possessed by no' Other medicine. And in this lies tLe 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 7000 were con sidered incurable. It has saved the lives of more than 5,000 CHILDREN THE TWO PAST SEA SONS alone. More than 3,000 cases of Chronic RheusBt- tism; 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia. 4,000 cases of General Debility and want of en- "gy. . 7.000 cases of the different Female Complaints; 2,000 cases of Scrofula; 1,500 cases of the Liver Complaint; 2,500 cases of Disease of the Kidnev and Dropsy; 2,000 cases of the Gravel; , 1,000 cases of Sick Headache; 1,500 cases of the Dropsy; 8,000 cases of Consumption: And thousands of cases of the blood, viz: Ulcer's. Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Pimples on the Face.- Scaltl Head, Tetter, Neuralgia, &c., &c., together wuu numerou cases ot 5ick Headache, Pain in the Side and Chest, Spinal Affections, &c. Hundreds of eases of Fits and Nervous Dis eases, originating in Debilty hare been entirely cured, and thousand of cases of Dyspepsia, Diar- ruu:a nnu c-uinnicr v ompiains. V Scrofula Cured. This certificate conclusively Droves that this Sarsa parilla has per fret control over the most ob-' stiuate diseases of the Blood. . Thre persons cured in One hO'use is unprecedented, Three Children. Dr. TownunJ Dear Sir : I have the dUum''. to inform you that three of my children have bern1 cured of the ScrOfula by the uh of your excel- iciii meuicine. x ney were afflicted very severely with bad Sores; have taken Only four bottles; it . took them away, for which I feel mvsclf under great obligation. Yours, respectfully, ISAAC W. C1AIN, 106 Wooster-.t.-- Sold bt ' JA3IES JOSES , CO. CT" Sign of the Negro and Mortar. 4 PI AX0 FORTES FOR SALE. fUST received dirsct from New York 3 spit r. J did Hose-Wood Pianos, w hich will be Fol low for cah. ' Enquire at tha Furniture Waie Room, kept by J . Womunoirr. Also a good ft.isnrtir.piit of CafTriet Fnmlim. ,..-...;-t;,,.. .r - - -...--Ml, VUII.11.il II . J. Rurtnns, Uardrobts, Btbsttuds of ail kinds.- Vt'ashstands, Tables, Chairs, Looking-Glassts, Jdtt- N. IJ. The undersigned would -also rnrt re spectfally inform the; citizens of Columbus mid . on ine nrst aay oi uciooer, a.u. isji, " . I tlie v'Cit"t;y 'hat ho will .litharge the duties of iuuie4UMuwt;iiii8t;,ii any )uu im,c, w " undertakiii" with neatn part of Coffee, Sun-nr, Mrdasses, F' 'Vh i? v, iara, uus, iiaisi "V, .V-uch, i:i. 41 To. -tf.- :;acoti. r TFK t . -if. Vc ' . ' uS 1 anient and untiring r. er J a s! if f tl.i jr 1.. :y 1 1 -" ' VjClll - it to the citi-1 ty, and hopes his chitif t :o::t DADL It, X . der shoultl not bo rrranted t sell the folio lands lyingnr Scing in saidconty, to-wit: The1 wes' rvf of i -south wesj quarter, of ?tttioti ! tv five, and ths'rrorth east quarter of the sot . - sf cftrtCrtef cf section. thirty-si, all in T 2'i seventeen 6f Rane eighteen, ..East. nccf.ian!t6 the j-.f-iition of Elizabeth A. Janua ry, Guardian t6 John B. and Martha A. Jan jary, m'n r heirs of the said John M. January deceas ed. -'. - '. y . .-. -. - -v VrTitriess the ITon.' Nathaniel-K. , ( -(ioodwin, Judge. of .the Probate yeouri of said county the first Mon V Aiy of August, A.D.JS51. - ..' . , Issued the Sib. Jay of August, IS01. .... . . . - , ..DANIEL. WILLIAMS, Clerk, aug. 14 5120:rw. 4 i 1 A.D. ness and despatch when ever called arionr'f ' , : JEROME V OMELSDOEFF. April 19, r?!.- r em.- - : cox'AirrSmtsiiip . fTMIE undersignetl have aociatetl themselves' 'X' for the puj.c-se of transacting a Keceivirig, For.arlti.g and Commission business, under 1 he nawe style Of CII AM BERLIN h DOYLE, at ti. oid .stand formerly occupied by Jacob S. ..tar . . fiiends fT- they will be pleased to see tl.e:r 'i3the friend c-f their predecessor.-.- JOS. C. C HAM HKRLIN, WM. A. DOYL.-' 'HF. id cat. i.: ,'it Toy) nndeisioneti huvH-T not to -''i's. i ';.!- rs h:? gfft - -: "..p-e;ii- to ; id solicits tcr t .- -'i c .fC-rs a cor -.eir favors. JAk'OB : . i.-.:T.-i -!-v ter. - -v it M. JUL .,- A Lw C N MERCHANTS, DILE,1 f..'.. - . i -UUfrL!, CLAY' '3. C.'-In. M.'.l Ire. ltd ware r. i. It r,os.-s '.v l.' u