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1 FOR SALE!! 4 viLUAIHX I'l-.ir.TATlO?; ry Noxubee County, on the road from Macon w .Memphis, live mdes from KaviUoa ontaining & ' 12SO Acres or I.an3, 550 to COO in Cultivation. Jti0 (7m and 'Press, Frame Dwcl S Hjw.cn unott vabins, and all ne- ressnrjf-Out Houses. fje.ircil an pbundant supply of PROVISIONS , CATTLE, HOGS. AND FARMING !; UTENSILS., tar immcumrs apply t0 T. J. ALEXAN- ? ... rremwes, or to tho Proprietor j 0latnbiis, Mississippi. Jot., 7ili, 1S52. 2G tiw. l'ISK & REYNOLD'S MCTAUC UT'IIXAL CASES. 1 pIlESE Cases now coming into general use, L are admitted, by those who have witnessed .cir merits, to bo superior to any other collins "j'ovv in use, for depositing in vaults for ordinary j interment or for any other other desirable pur f I'0--'1- r J. WosiELsnonpr takes this opportunity of in- r - . . 1. ..11 -i .i i f . . lormnig wie puonc mat no nas just received a full supply of the above cases, which he will furnish on more reasonable terms than they have heretofore been offered in this community. Ho is also prepared 10 make cothns covered with cloth, velvet or white satin, on reasonable terms, with neatness and dispatch whenever called on to do so. J. WOMELSDORFF. A ind Two Hm Heause always on hauJ, i'ii.J oil ns reasonable tetmj as any other similar -ti.ni,. iMcsliment. C, 1S52. 31-tf. Tho State of lYLississimi. ) Lowndes County, j Cj all persons interested in the Real Estate j Laukin Nash, deceased. ()L nre hereby cited to be and appear be fort ! tllll Pt-nlliltH SC I I , ... thD m ..... a..i.... V Willi I T.ll h.JUlliy III urt House in tlm town of Columbus, the rst 1'ii'lay in September, A. D. tin n and .re to show' cause if any you have why the y '. iiiLT described land beluiiuiT I J the estate. Lnrkin Ma.-h, deceased tn-w it : the west half north west quarter, vest half south west quur , east half t-oin U west quarter, west half south -t quarter nud Lot number one, Fractional tioii thirty-tive township eighteen ran;e suv- tecn wct Ivmti cc oeiiiii in said county inuld t be .sold according' to the petition of Wiilinm nlbiit and Reuben R.Nash, Cuardian of Wil- iiu .WnWuiuson, Gianni iMakamson and jMary f liikatn-Oii, Legatees of saul j'.state. ..vs WITNESS the UonoraMe N. E. J 4 " . , ' ' ,' ::r. I nnnu'iv . I m im i.t l'iv.l..itn V..'Vllll.., ' v . .' aiv.iiu Court of sai.l county the first Monday in June a. i. 1852. cued tlio 10th day of Juno, A. DANJj. AVILLIAMS, 17lhl."2. ll-10t. Clerk CAlUXiyr FUUNITUllE. rUENITURE. UPIIULSTEHY & TAPEH IIAXGIXG VAKE-EOOHS. c. u. milli:r, & CO. Curwr !!'( anJ Cmiti strict., Li low the Rink nMulnlc, (OITOSIIE 11ENKY STOOP ART.) ni:r.rn-i ani Man rFACTUHKits of l UA 1 1 L, Y, ot all kinds nuinulaetured and se lected expressly for this market and will repay an examination. L'l'IIC LSTER V department is complete and carried on in all its branches. Orders executed with neatness and despatch. i AIT-R IIAX(;IN.S, the lamest variety ever o;i'en il ill tliis city and at north ern prices by t he peico or quant it y MATTRF.SSF. nianul'ir tured of the very be-i nriteri iN audnt the shortest notice. Hotels and Steamboats supplied. Ail th" above (ioods'aro ne a' and purchasers ' i a L'leat advantage n making their selec- i.i- I". 1 1 1 this stock.- 1'ki: One price for cash, or good city ac : , t a n-',.. A call is most respectfully solicited at'C. B ' ! i i.i.i. it iV (''. Furniture, I'pholsterv and Ta r 11 ni.'intr Ware-Rooms, comer of Water and Leuti sire, rs, Mobile Alabamu. Nov. lv-J. Si y. EllVES, IJ1TTI.E & CO., C 0 MMISSIOX MER OIL I XT 8, MOBILE, ALA. fan. l.'O. 19-1 v FITCH'S N VALE A RLE Medicines for Couphr, Cold Continuation and Female Discyus always on h ind. Also, his unrivalled Abdominal Supporter, that has been patented only six months, and has already been imitated; also, his superior Shoulder Braces. The only Genuine articles are to be found at the Dm" store of JAS. BLAIR, Ieb:)'.:i:-M.ly Soc Agent. LXIXITOH'S SALE. 13 Y virtue of the power, in me vested, by the J last Will and Testament of Edward Sims, Deceased, as surviving Executor of said Will, I viil sdl at the Court-house door, in the town 01 1 Columbus, Lowndes county, Mississippi, on Sat urday the 23d day of October next, the North half of Section fifteen, Township nineteen, North of Rane sixteen East. T will also sell at the Court-house door in tM.iM-;n,. f lLtihl.eha county. Mi., on the 4th trimt:i v if tn'innr the 25ih of October, next, the East half of Section twenty-one; also the West half nf the Southeast quarter and East half Ol v,m,. 1. .... ..f.rtir of Section thirty-five, and East half nf Southeast quarter of.section thirty sir nil ;. 'iv.vmshii) ci-'hteen of Range fifteen r.a.t. Tcnm of sale are equal payments of one, two and three years, from day of sale, secured by notes with approved, security, bearing interest from date. WILLIS BANKS, Surviving Executor. 10, 1S52. n23-tds. Tlontevallo Male and Female Institute. -TTTILL commence their second Session onf V V Mnnilm tin! 4th dav 01 UctoDer nexi. ri..T,i,.inniiin(i nrocured the services of Mr Thomas C. Wier to tako charge of the Male Institute, a gentleman favorably known in this community lor ma mora uc'uui Price of Tuition as heretofore, from S121 to """'i . t- i TctitiHA will be in charge of Miss "Aboelise Soddotb, its former instructress, and iv . a -dm from tunc to time A11CU USln 111 l "a J - . with which she nas nereto , - ' .v.- Ti.ufitiite. will, we trust, se f it nmnhf imtrongage. ITie 1 rustees nlso secured the services of a competent l,.r rt M I1A1C. Tuition n heretofore, from $12J to per session of five -months, including only EnZhsn brnncnes. r or iencn a ' 2.'r including use of Piano. " Board can bo had in private families convem- cnt to tho Institute at 8 dollars per month. A. N. JONES, Wm. B. WIN&TON, WILEY WILLIAMS, JOHN M. MORGAN, O. CAN FIELD, R. M. TALIAFERRO, Eept, 11th, 26-tf. - TtU3tee8 Ounces Lactate of Iron. r ii Citrate of Iron. ,cyv ds Precipitated Carbon Iron. rogbT A. N. JONES CO. 4000 h";. S J.' lers sissippt uacon, xKiHi and Midd'lngs a fir HAD EN & READ, r , j or raf" . 11. 13 tf. c. y; ! tO . I! ALONE, i!j a T.ioitimatk Com. V isr.2 .Tunu i n 20-1 30 ' a I Ah. OEco J W"iarrVri MEDICINES. t) Tt IT C- fD-) i I ! 1 J J I I 1 - j' -' y. u y j y . t JL'ST KECEITED At this Establishment a Large and Fresh sup ply of MEDICINES, for tho Spring and Sum mer trade; together with almost every article kept by Druggists. Among which will will be louim Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnislies, Wtndoic Glass, Ui'Hxhes, Putty, Dye St'j?'&, Glass Ware, Perfumery, Toilet &oaj, Steel l'ctis, dr., dr., dr. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF HYSON. IMPE RIAL AND BLACK TEAS. Sterm and Lard Oil Burning Fluid and LAMPS. LAXDSlETirS GARDES SEED, BEIXG JGENTS FOR Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Lull's do Comstock's do Feb i imtre, Pepsin, llutchins's Dyspepsia Bitters, llootland's German Bitters, Wistar's Bali, of Wild Cherry, Juno (iordial, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Hay's Lii'r.icrit, . Rogers' Liverwort and Tar, Dr. Williams' Wild Cherry Balsam, Jtidsou's Cherry and Lungwort, Fahnestock's Vermifuge, "Winers' Vermifusie, Dr. Fiti It's Celebrated Siqiiortcrs & Medicines, Hebrew Plaster; Dalley's Pain Extractor; Harts: Carminative, and those Schnapps Aromatrie ShciJam Schnapps; And all other good Patent Medicines always on hand. Pure Old Brand v, Maderia, Sherry (pale") Old London Dock Tort, Old Scotch Whiskey, Holland Gin, all for medical jnirpnses only. TO CARRIAGE MAKERS. I have on hand a fine stock of Carriage Trim- mings, consisting in part of Axles, Springs, Hubs, Patent Leather, En ameled Canvass, Metalie Rubber Cloth, Mailable Castings, Hub Bands, Cai riage Bolts, Waggon Axles and ..ilubj, Laces, Cloth. Tas sels, Fringe, &c., &c. In a word nearly every article for finishing a Carriage. For the patronage hitherto extended to me, I feel under obligations, and in making purchas es will endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. JAMES BLAIR Columbus, April 17th, 18o2. 3 ly. BLACKMAN, Sureeon Dentist TIT A V I N G permanently located in d in jtLf''r? XX Columbus IB - respectfully oilers his ViiBEf prolessional services ro the citizens ot the town and its vieinitv. Having had several years expe rience in tie profession and loin.g in lOssession of nil tho LATF.sT IMPROVEMENTS in the Dental Art of the Lest Dentists North and Nout is prepared to replace lost teeth with ARTIFI- C 1AL 1 LI. 1 11, h orn a single one to a complete set, and to warrant them supeuioh in style ot workmanship and uselulncss to those of any other Dentist in tne country, in an cases in patients themselves and their friends to be the nidges alter they have tried them to their entire satisfaction. Though in all cases Dr. B.'s charges are much less than the citizens of Columbus have been in the habit of paying for Dental operations. To those who call on him, early, he will make still greater reductions in his prices as through them he hopes the beauty and usefuln ss of his operations may become Known. 7 Entire sets of teeth on FINE GOLD PLATE for 5.200. Office on Market S., a few doors from Mr. Pope's Hotel. Juno 24, 1S52. nl2::tf. Crockery, China, Glassware, &c.,&c. F every variety and description, selected v with great care from the best American and European manufactories. Also Lamps, Girandoles, Candlesticks, Brit- nnia Ware, Cutlery, Plated and German-Silver Ware of every variety and style. XT 1 he above Goods are offered 011 the most reasonable terms. C" Purchasers will find it to their interest to all and examine our stocK ana prices oeiore purchasing elsewhere, as we are prepared to sell goods at Northern price?, and will, in all ca ses be pleased to duplicate bills made in New York, Boston or Philadelphia. Our stock of every description ot goods m our line, is large, new ana wen selected ana we can assure the public that we can afford bet- er bargains to purchasers than any other house n our line in the Southern country. Our direct rade with Europe enables us to fulfil the promi ses put forth in the above. MK. HUGH aiASl EUfcUN is now in Europe, purchasing goods of the latest and most improv ed patterns, which we are constantly receiving. LUIlti lUAai JK&UIN CC 13UU. - JV.T 'jo Vtr3tre.et. Mobile. January, 1851. 45 tf. F. ZIMMERMAN. M. D. GEISNELI. ZIMMERMAN & GRINNELL, NO. C DATJrillN STREET, MOBILE, ALA BP AVE on band for sale, one of tho largest ana finest stocks, consisting in part of Pine. Havana Re?alias from $20 to $S0 M. American do " 15 " 30 Havana Trabucos " 10 " 20 Havana Panetelas , 12 'j 30 American do " 8 15 ITavMnii Pressed Extra 20 " 82 . Also all kinds of cigars which may be found in unv eitrar establishment iu the south. UT" All kinds of Spanish coin taken at the nrirrinnl valn at No. (5 Daunhin street. Call and see lor yourself, and try a sample of the stocic. January 1852. 45-tf. REEL & U0DGE. J. M. REEL. A. J. HODU15. IndcpcRfieace Oyster House, FOOT OF ST. FRANCIS STREET, AND WOODWARD'S 1UICADE. 0YS' Q5 TERS, .PIGRIXD AX SIICE. - rr- ai. thrt T.arrel. carefully put up. "i It n ii t 1 9 ; I pi! ft bS ltt; ' Vll 1 Countrv and City orders thankfully received ana punctually attenaea io. - January 1S52. 40 ti. Br..Tl:sii2S ! Love - , "P ESPECTFULLY offershisprofessional It vices to tho citizens of Columima ana 11 vicinity,andhope3 by cito attention to busm" to merit a share of their patronage. He r" " four ' at all times, when ne t any whe' ' hiso..iceor residence, both r,atf the City Hall, immediately -occupied by M. J. llo- ' August 8, IS, un U The Great Wholesale and Retail Ss. JFAVF.TJ?Y XTT.VV.n CORNER DAUPHIN AND WATER STREETS. MOBILE, ALA. JAMES CONNING, takes this method of ten ticirtiBf 4ro tWli to hi tinmerOUS friend and customers in the country, and the public generally for the patronage he has so liberally received from year after year for the last ten years, and hopes to merit a continuation of the same, as all who will favor me with a call and examine for themselves, will find it to their ad vantage before purchasing elsewhere, and I am determined to keen nothing but the best of eve ry thing in my line from the best European man ufacturers WATCHES. Fine Watches and Jewelry of every descrip tion and latest styles. Gold and Silver Watches made by the most celebrated makers in the world. CLOCKS. ('locks of every variety, viz: American Coun ting Room, Mantle, French Gilt, Bronze and China Clocks of superior quality. , SILVER WAKE. Silver "Ware of every variety and warranted to be made of pure coin. JEWELRY. Jewelry in every variety, and of the latest and I most approved styles. PLATED WARE. Sheffield & Birmingham Plated Castors Can dlesticks, Cake and Fruit Baskets. &c..&c . CUTLERY. A large and very fine assortment of Cutlery always on hand of every description. FANCY ARTICLES. Such as Papier Machie Tables, Work Stands, Boxes, Dressing Cases, Desks, Cabinetts, Jewel ry Boxes and Toilet Cases. Also a verv fine ar ticle of lortoise anil Shell Combs, &c, &c. REGALIAS AM) JEWELS. I. O. O. F. Regalias and Jewels of every de scription, JUasonie and cons ol lemperance Jewels, &c, &c. GUNS AND PISTOLS, Just received, a large and full assortment o. Greenor's celebrated double bftrrel Laminated STEEL GUNS. They have been made express ly to my order, and are a very superior article can be recommended as the best article made in every respect, with cases complete or without. There are many improvements in those Guns that has never been applied before. Also, tine Damascus, Wire Twist Deer, Bird ing and Ducking Guns, from 32 to 4S inch bar rels. Also, a lot of Guns, made expressly for Boys, a good article. Game Bags, Powder Flasks, Dram Flasks, Shot Flasks and Pouches, Wire Catridges, Patent and Paper Wads Waterproof, Walker's French Percussion Caps. Colt's. Allen k Subcrs and arners Patent REVOLVING PISTOLS. Hunting and Pocket Knives, large and Small. di?3" Persons wanting any of the above articles will please call, as I am determined to sell as low as tliey can be purchased in any house south, and with industry and a close application to business hopes to merit a continuance of that patronage which a "enerous public know how to bestow. JAMES CONNING. Corner of Dauphin & Water Streets. Mobile Ala., Feby. 8th, 1852. GROCERIES ! GROCERIES ! ! 1IADEX & HEAD, MarJiet Street, Columbus, Miss., IEEL thankful for the very liberal patronage . extended to them, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. They invite Planters and Countrv Merchants to an examination of their large and well-selected assortment of Gro ceries. inst received, to-wit : Brown, Clarified, Crushed, Powdered, Granu lated and Loaf Sugars: Java. Laguira ana luo Cotfee: Molasses: New Orleans Syrups and Rice ; Pepper, Ginger, Allspice, Salaratus, Soda Ketchups and Pickles ; Imperial and Gun Pow- der Teas of the first quality; Cinnamon. Cloves, Nutmegs, Indigo, Madder, Crackers' Mustard, Chocolate, Raisins, Almonds, Brazil nuts, Sperm, Star and Adamantine Candles, Soap and Starch ; Iron and Steel, Nails, Castings ot all kinds, Au- gers, Chisels, Hammers, iiaicnets ana irons, Wafllo Irons. Frying Pans ; Champaign, Wine, Madeira, Port, Sherry, Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whis key, just received from New York, of superior qnality. Powder, Shot and Lead. Flour, S. F. and St. Louis Extra, Corn MeaL Bacon, Lard, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Scotch Snuff, superior quality; -a good article of Letter Paper. Osnabergs. Drillings, Domestic, Feathers, and Thread, just received from Pulaski, Tennessee, and various other articles too numerous to men tion ; all of which will be sold low for CASH. April 1, 1S52. n52:tf. BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, iEATH ER & FINDINGS GEORGE wTYAN IIC0K, SUCCESSOR TO jtk. ovniMo fi. rT. f TTAS lust returned from the Nortli with II ANT KNTTRFXY NEW STOCK frA in 4-Ti Ck n lnrn linn Vi n ti n rf ViAfiTl manufactured io our oicn order, and paid for m Cash, we are prepared to oner them to the friends and customers of the old concern, and "also to our own, at the ve rv Lowest Prices for Casii, or on libera! terms, to good and prompt men. We soiie it an examination of our stock, which com prise every quality of the finest -and most fashionable styles consisting ot Gentlemen's Fine Calf, sewed and pegged Boots, do fine Calf and Cloth Opera & Oxford Ties, do " " " sew'd & peg'd Congress Shoes Misses & Kip Boots and Brogans, Ladies Jenny Lind and Parodi Ties & Excelsoir do Black cord Cloth and Kid Gaiters do " " u . Bootes, do Col'd & Bronze Toilet Slippers & Ties do Morocco, Kid and Calf Boots & Shoes. S5. Boys & Childs, Boots, Shoes, and Fancy Shoes of all descriptions. Columbus, Miss. April S, NOTICE! THOSE indebted to J. L. Covington, are r quested to mako immediate "payment Asent Maj. Eggleston. As mucn 01 t.n tedness has been due several years ? designs leaving the cj"- -' ' no delicacy in pla" on or before t! July lst. ser BOOHS e 8C ha' ' PAB.C1 WHOLESALE $ RETAIL. THE undersigned would respectfully call the attention of all who may intend purchasing articles in the above line to his establishment. His stock, he be lieves, is the best in the Southern country, and Ki-S prifiia tha lowoot, BOOKS. Of every variety and xlestfrtptfon and in every departmaut of Literature, Science and the Arts. MEDICAL AND LAW BOOKS. An;xten sive stock. TxELIGIOUS & DEVOTIONAL BOOKS. For every denomination of Christians. Family Biblfs of every quality. SCHOOL BOOKS. His stock embraces ev ery Book in demand. , SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS. All the Books used by the various denominations, constantly on hand. STATIONERY". Every article of French, English and American Staple and Fancy Station ery a very fine stock. Gold Pens, of every kind and quality. PAPIER MA CHE GOODS. Writing Desks, Portfolios, Cabinets, Albums, &c., made of this rich material. Fine Engravings, Oil Paiaings, and Illustrated Books. BLANK BOOKS Manufactured to oiler in any style. Record Books, Dockets, Tax Books, and every other kind of Books used bySheriifs, Clerks 01 Courts, &c, made to anypsttem. A large stock of Record Books of all rizes con stantly on hand, of superior quality. ACCOUNT BOOKS. Ledgers, Joirnals, In voice, Cash, Day Books, &c., &c, ot my own manufacture, a very heavy assortmen always on hand. PAPER. Printing Paper of all sizes.Record Paper, French, English and America! Letter Paper, ruled or plain ; Foolscap Paper f every quality, ruled or plain; Colored Papers j Wrap ping Paper of every kind, &c., &c. WALL PAPER. Teasters, Fire Boails Bor ders, bcenery Paper, a large assortmett con stantly on hand. PRINTING INK Type and every descrip tion of material used in a Printing Cilice, al ways on hand. JOB PRINTING. The best Job Printing Oifice in the -South is connected with my estab lishment. Plain and Fancy Printing, of every description, nentlv and promptly executed. BOOK BINDING. Pamphlets, Music Books, Periodicals, Law Books, &c., bound in every style, at very low rates. CP" Merchants from the country-, Teachers, Lawyers, Physicians and Students', are assured it is their interest to call and examine stock and prices before purchasing. my WM. STRICKLAND, 28 Dauphin-Street, Mobile. Ala., January, 1S-32. 45 tf. NEW GOODS. CULL EN & SMITH, 25 DAurniN Street, IT rWE received, per steamer Empire City. a Silk and FANCY" DRY GOODS. We will be receiving, during the season, New and Fashionable Goods by ev ery steamer and sailing packet from New York. I he stock consists part of the following nattielu: iniperfiiie Brocaded Antique Silks Colored Amuer Silks High Golored Plaid Poulte Da Soi Black Brocaded. Fncunres Embroidered Damask and Flaid Poulte de Soi. Small Piaid high col'd Silks for Misses dresses. Mouslins and Florences of all colors. White and colored Sat ins Heavy Black and Colored Silks Colored Silk Velvets Cashmere Dresses and Delaines French and English Merinoes Black Silk Warp Alpaccas Canton Cloths for morning Black and colored Canton Crapes for Dresses Plain and plaid Poplins ' Canton Crape .Shawls Merino and Cashmere Shawls English and AmericanCalicoes A complete assortment ol fJnglisn Hosiery Black and Watered Silk Hose, Gloves and Mils; Buck and rich Gloves of every description. Ladies' Jri.ia and Jt ulet Milts of every descrip tion. Lace Goods. A large assortment of Valencenes, English and German Laces ; Embroidered Collars, Caps and Sleeves real Valencenes Capes, Berths, Collars and Cuffs. Linens. A large assortment of Irish Linens 12-4 Linen Sheetings 6-1 Pillow Case Linen 12-4, 12-4, 14-4, 16-4 Damask Table Cloths 3-4. 7-S, 4.4 Damask Napkins and Doweries. Plain t Embroidered Linen Cambric Hdk'fs. Embroidered Lace Curtains, and a general assortment of Family Goods. Ribbons in large quantities. French Corsetts do rr? The stock is large and well assorted with HOUSEKEEPING GOODS as well as FINE GOODS. Jan. 1S52. 45-tC To Planters, merchants, &c TV A NIELS, ELGIN & CO, corner 1 Dauphin and Water streets, Mobile, solicit a call fram Planters. Merchants and others visit ing the city. Their stock of VKX GUUDSconJ - C Ci J I r Goods, and is as large and complete as nt any house in the South. 5"' Among their stock may be found colered white Mackinaw Blankets; Duffil do.: bath other bed blankets, of every size and quality; ne gro kerseys; plain Osnabuxgs: flannels; linseys; el ects; stripes; tickings; bleached and unblcach ed domestics; Kentucky jeans; tweeds; cassi meres; woollen plaids for children s wear; Eng lish r nd American calicoes; M. Delaines; cash meres, dress silks; shawls; mantles; velvet cloaks, lrom !gl5 to $100 each; Canton crape, all colors. laces; nosiery; embroideries; gloves; linen sheet ings and shirtings; table drapers; napkins; linen towels and towellings; table and piano covers curtam muslins and damasks; carpets; rugs otiis, 6cc. &e. ' f From the facilities they possess, (forthc port largely,) the feel confident they ca'"" good bargains and as great mduee"" purchaser of Dry Goods as-at ar' South. S Mobile, January, 1850.,' B. COHEN. E . IMPORT MOBIL E , - J. A. L.'U03X9IEDIEU &ea.er in fins Clocks, Watches, Jewelry and SilrerWare, NO. 16 DAUPHIN BTB.EET, MOBILE. For sale : WATCHES of the most approved makers and warranted. Rich. DIAMOND, Opal, JLurquois, Kuby, and other precious Jew LR Y SILVER WARE Warranted of coin. Fine Guns, Revolving Pistols, Military Goods, Watch. Materials, iancy Goods, Qfc. fye. 07" Particular attentiou paid to Watches, Clocks and Time Pieces. Repairing Jewelry and new Jewelry made, and Engraving done with neatness and dispatch. Jan. 1S52. 45-tf. PLANTER'S HARDWARE STORE. H. L. REYNOLDS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware and Cutlery HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, BAR IRON STEEL, NAILS, GUN'S, PISTOLS, HOES, TINWARE, tC No. 60, 62, and 64 Water street. Opposite S. I. & 1. 1. Jones Auction Store. TTAS purchased for Cash, and imported direct XX from Europe, the greater part ol the lolio w- mg desirable lioods, all ol wincn ne oners ior sale in quantities to suit ers, at very low prices and liberal terms. The rapid growth and increasing patronage of our business confirms us in the belief that our efforts to sell good goods at fair prices, have met with success. It is admitted that we have the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT in the city and we will engage to supply any quantity. Plan ters should desire to save money in their purcha sers and they willfiud Nw Frie ds fully as po lite as old houses that bve bought their trade Plantation Goods. Bar Iron; Swedes all sizes. English & American Bar Steel; English, German and American Sheet steel for Gin-saws, sheet iron Russia, Eng lish and American Ploughs; Cotton, subsoil & corn, Plough moulds Axes; Genuine Collin's & co. light, Heavy and mediums, 150 doz. Nails; best Fall River make, Griffin's horse shoe Fan Mills, approved kind; Corn shellers, best in use; Straw cutters various kinds Trace chains by the caskf log chains all sizes; Fifth chains: Weil chains Halter chains Blued, Japanned and Tinned Dog chains do do do Back chains, Bright and Black Plantat ion Does; all sizes and handled, Cast.steel, German do and Iron Spades; Ames long aud short handle; Ames and Rowland's make Mill saws, extra thick: Cross cut do Rowland's make; Circular mill saws from 18 to 36 inch Hand saws of every kind Cauldron Kettles, 75 gallons Castings; Pots and Kettles of every size Anvils Common and Mouse Hole Vices, Bright Kotter Keyed Bellows, from 6 to 42 inches diameter Grain cradles, complete with Scythe3 Hedge Shears and Pruning scissors Riddles, Rakes and Reap "Kooks, Brush Hooks; Churns, Buckets. Milk Palls, Tubs Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards; Curry combs, Horse brushes, Plough lines, Grind stones, Gin Geering, &c., &c. House Furnishing Goods. Cutlery: 3 100 doz in store direct from Sheffield manufacturers. Knives and Forks; Fine Ivory handle, in setts of 50 and 53 pieces Knirta -.vithout Forks, line Ivory handlS Table Knives, in cases Dessert do and forks, Silver plated and steel, in cases; British plated forks, silver patterns Forks, silver plated; Spoons silver plated, Iron, Tinned and Brittany Candlesticks; Brass, Brittany and Silver plate Cotfee pots Filterers, English, French, American, Cotfee pots, Urns, of every size Tea Pots, of Brittany and Tin f Fine Steel Fire Setts with standards to matclu Fine steel shovels and tongs ShOvel and Tongs, Brass and brass Tops Curtain Bands and Pins, splendid patterns Andirons new patterns and brass Fire dojis, common, cast iron Stoves, Best kinds, adapted to the country Fenders, Parlor, nursery; Grates parlor, "wood, coal; furnaces for charcoal and heating irons Sauce pans, patent metal, enamelled, Tinned Preserving Pans, kettles, brass, enamelled Soup kettles, enamelled; ham kettles, English, Tinned; Pate Warmers, fine English Japan oed; Tea Trays in setts; Waiters, 42 doz all kinds; Oyster Gridirons Soap, stone griddles, a new article Chaffing dishes, from 8 to 26 inches long Dish covers in setts; Tea Kettles, enamelled Brushes of all kinds; Waffle and Wafer irons, English extra good; Coffee mills, Brooms, Brushes, Pails, Churns, Tubs. Sundries. Chain Pumps, by the quantitty, with or without wood pipe Douglas Pumps, all sizes Guns, Rifles and Pistols, direct from English man ufacturers Powder Flasks; Percussion caps,; English and French; sheet and Bar Lead Needles, Combs and Ink Tinware manufacturers Tools and stock, Build ers Hardware, of every description, Carpen ters tools, best makers, with every article be longing to the business. feb20:44.1y of McKEEN & BIAFFITT, CITY IiVTLLIGxCE OFF No. 38, Royal Street, Mot'' - " J. A. rnnBv, n'r ' KEtTDOOI TfORTH OF THE Llf' For the purppose of conduct General Intelligence Bus? Sale of Real Estate and PV ting out Houses, hiring all kinds of Stocks. and and LIVERY' On Mae oiV T5WJ&)M'...itKlillii. BUSINESS CARDS. I J. C. Dawsow, .wsow, ) ile, Ala. J S. FANKLItr, ) Columlut, Mi. j Mobile, DAWSON & FEAXSLI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Mobile, Ala. Solicit a continuance of nntronnrro T". will at all times advance liberally on. Cotton con- igneu to mem, anu promote in every way the interests of their patrons. Jan, 1st, 1852. 4f tf. CHAS. H. ABERT. GEO.. O. faKSTICE. AIJEXIT & PRENTICE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 71, Commerce Street, Mobile Alabama. Jan. 1st, 1850. MURRAY F. SMITH, COMMISSION MERCniNT, Mob le, Ala. J. II. TURNER. Aent: CalnmW Mi9. Office at Gray & Jones. ? Cp- Liberal Cash advances, on Cotton to be shipped. June 20, 1850. 9 tf. ROBERT DESHA & CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Mobile, Ala. G. A. CHANDLER, Agest, Cdumbas, Miss. I HAVE a large supply of Bagging and Rope on hand, at cost and charges. G. A. CHANDLER. All Cotton shipped to tho above House, in the name of G. A. Chandler, ojviccount of the real owner, will be en August, 10th lSi...- I ALEX. CAMPBELL. J20. H. BOSWORTH. CAMPBELL & Co., Steamboat Agents, and General Receiving and Forwarding Merchants, No. 72 Front and 73 Commerce streets, .MOBILE, ALA. Goods consigned to us for the Interior, will be received and lorwarded free of commissions and storage. P.S. Messrs. C. & Co.. shin sroods bv all the classed boats on the Bigby, Warrior and Alabama rivers. febl3:1.43:ly. GEORGE G. HENRY, Factor & Commission Merchant. Corner Exchange & Commerce Sts. MOBILE, ALA. Refer to Hon. Geo.R. Clayton,") Col. Joseph B. Cobb, Columbus, Miss. Uol. Ueo. ix. Harris, Col. Geo. II. Young, Y Waverly ti DAVID & FORD, General Receiving, Forwarding and conimssioN merchants, MOBILE, ALA., D" 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 an I Warrior rivers. Orders o- Salt filled at "cargo prices" char ges added All busm entrusted to our care will be ex ecuted with the utmost prompness and fidelity. July atn, 1801. 15 6m. BARNEY BROTHERS, Importers of & Dealers in Foreign & Domestic Hardware, Bar Iron, Kails, Hollow Ware, Mil Rocks. Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths, Chains, Corn Shellers, Grindstones, Ploughs, Belloies, Hoes Axes, Anvils, Vi ces, Table tf Pocket Cutlery, $c 45 and 47 Commerce and Front sts, MUB1LE, ALA. OUR Goods are all of direct importation, and we are determined to sell as low and on as to od terms as any Hon in this or any oi the iastern cities. To Merchants, Planters, Carpenters, Blacksmiths and Tanners I We can supply you with every thing that istt- ually kept by those in our line of business, and request you will give us a call before purchasing. feb20'51:44.1y. W3I. ECKFOKD, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 21 Commerce Street, MOBILE, ALA. Jan. 1850. 19-ly OLOUGH, ELSTON & Co., Commtiswn Mer KJ chants, Mobile, Ala. Jan, 1850 19-ly MOBILE IRON STORE. DADE & ItAYNOLDS, DEALERS IN Mill Rocks, Bolting Cloths, Mill Gear, Bar Iron, Mill Irons, and Hardware generally. No. 24 Water Street, Mobile. March 14 19-6m IT'eaver, Williams & Eckfords. (late Weaver, Mtjllin & Co.) mum TP0IT. F iwn dtphiitt nip it W 11 uuuuuauu nuiiniu u sna.u liv STAPLE and FANCY DRY-Gr" 25 St. Francis Street, Mc Win. B. Weaver,") Isaac Williams, 1 Colurr J oseph 11. Eekford, , , John H. Eckford, y Jan. I, 1852, fiAV .if HAS justr on hand' Theyf exte- . . M O B I L E OZtAZAltGU&.c6' Corner' of Commerce & JETzcAan-i.':, Agents for Peter Mclntyre's Spinning Md ,tf;;. n c r . j . wt, juihi uiu wr cteurr, jiijjvrt- rt and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Medicare and Cutlery, Bar Iron, Mill PdMiU Irons, Tin'Itdtc, NaiU, Guni, &c.,&c, : . OFFER for aat ow (prices 'and'bn fieora ble term, th. .., .,-,.., ..w..r Goods in their line e.-, , SnutL city, all of which have reCetitly received di rect from Foreign and Doras,ic maj.ufactarers. ineir stock win be coniuinaiv replenished tfa ring the season, and now consist., part flf 1000 Ton Swedish Iron, assorted, tztt 300 do Swedish Broad Plough Iron, v ' to 12 Inches; 300 do English iron, all sizes ; ISO do refined English and American Iron 2500 Bundles square, round, band, scroll, horso shoe, nail rods, hoop, octagon Iron; 10 Tons Plough Moulds; , 400 Bundles and Sheets boiler aad tht Iron; 200 Tons Hollow Ware, Tots, Spiders, Ovens, Dogs. &c. ; "" 300 Sets Gin Gear and Grist Mill Irons, made to order. ; 100 do Saw Mill Irons; 800 Pair Esopus, Kuln. and French Burr Mill Rocks; 700 Nova Scotia blue grit Grind Stones; 6000 Kegs cut nails and spikes'of superior quality; .. 150 Bafgs 'Griffin's" horse nail MG " ; 5000 Pair Patent Horse shoes; 5000 dozen cast steel, German steel, and iron H0es,"made to order ; 600 Doen American patent Hoes: 100 Casks ox, log, roil & wH Chain; 100 trace chains, all sizes; 900 Dozen Collins, Hartford, Simmons, and other axes; 250 Seta patent Chain Pumps and Fix tures; , 1000 Coils and Dozens Cotton and Manilla Kopeand Plough Lines. TINNERS' GOOD '600 Boxes Tin Plate, charcoal b- ouu ao L,eaaen rvoonng riaie, 14 x 100 Rolls Iron Wire, charcoal brand ; 200 Gross Kettle Ears ; Sheet ?inc, Pig Lead, Bancs Tin; Sheet, Iron, Sheet Brass; f Copper and Brass Wire, Rivet. &.. TIN WARE GENERALLY. cutlery; v 1000 Gross Knives and cork of all kinds; SUUU uozen pocket Knives, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 blades; . 1000 do Shears and Scissors; ' '500 do Razors "Butchers? 'Rodg er's,' &e., . ' 'Butchers 'Bread and Shoe knives; GUNS, III FES & PISTOLS.' 800 double barrel Guns, 300 single do; 250 double triggered Rifles, including 'Western celebrated make; 200 pair pistols, revolvers aud single barrel; 2500 'Sloop's,' Ruggles, Mourse and Mason's and other cast and wrought Ploughs; 100 'Sinclair's,' 'anS other Straw Cutters; 200 Mclntyrer's and other Corn Sheilar; 250 yard and railroad Barrows; 50 Cultivators and Road Scrapers; 300 sets Blacksmith Totfs; 500 do Carpenter's Tools; 150 do Farmers' Tools; 200 do Cbopers' Tools; 100 do Shoemakers Tools, ,. Iron Agle, Trace and Carria Springs; SA7S. Wm. Rowland's celebrated Mill and Cross Cut Saws; Pit Saws, Circular Saws, Back Compact and other saws; 250 steel Corn Mills; with and without fly wheel; 500 dozen Coffee Mills; . Gin Manufacturers' goods; Sheet, Cast Steel Screws, Butt Hinges, u ine, Anger Bit, Brus sels, &c, House Furnishing Goods, &o. A large assortment fcf tnrass andirons, stvliah pa"e"s, shovel and tongs, poiters, steelfire irons, n sets, jamb books, brass, wife, and pierced iron enaers, uursery lender A General Assortment of Tin Ware. Ivory handled knives and forks, in sets, 51 piece each, and in dozens; table knives only. Trays waiters, nutmeg graters, toasting forks, bras and iron bound pails, cedar and painled tubs, Britannia and British metal coffee -and tea pots, cream and sugar pots, candlesticks, gridirons, seives, saucepans, tea kettles, 'enameled vtn I 1 XV . w m - 1 C ..i 0 "luilu",a n,"u vuucc fish kettles, crue frames and! classes, spoons. spittons, lanterns, crumping and curling ironv c haling dishes, waffle and wafer iron. STOVES. . 100 Cooking strives of various improved patternrf 300 Pari' n, church, and tavern stove, with a f" Vient of all other goods be- longi- "business, to all of which the '"xf planters, merchant anf Vcity,tmd cfierfot Ala.