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X O. JDTTBOSE 5 CO Wholesale Druggists, .JVttrlh Water Street 7 THE OLDEST DBTJO- ITBM X2 TSS OTSTTED 8TATXS. Pure, Umdultersted Medicines Only Sold at this Houte. Neatness, accuracy and dispatch iu the execution of order characterize our bui- rooesas low M goods ot the lunia quility in like quantities can lie bought any where, Maj 16, lfltf. -ly crozmsr hokKSS, ' UKALKK IX ' Parlor, Disk Mm ni otter Ho-c:hcli Fsnitin, Hair, Moss and Spring Mattresses, Steam-Dressed Feathers of all Kinds, Always on Hand. WARKKOOMS 53 DAUPHIN ST., BKT. ROYAL A Mr WATKH UTS., Country order solicited. .TtOBlLE, May 16. 1879. H-ly ALABAMA STEAM BAKERY, Wholesale and retail manufacturer of Crackers, Fancy Jliweiiitu, Etc.. 68 and 60 Commerce, and 65, 67 and 59 South Water Street, MOBILE, Dec. 12, 1H78. 38-lyr viscellaneoib. WWWl Pass Christian, Miss. The undersigned take pleasure in an nniincitig to the public that tliev are re neivuijr and opening Hit, in i lie "OLD lit I ) STOKE," a laiiro and well-selected Nlren oi STAPLE and FAyCY Groceries Dry Goods, siren as CALICOS, Bleached and Broicn Domestic, ALPACAS, White and Colored Lawns, LINEN for Ladle1 lfrexnui PIQUES, HUSH LINEN, Etc. A LARGE STOCK OF- M. C. ROBBIXS, PROPRIETOR. For the Reason of 1878-79 thU weH known Hotel, having been thoroughly renovated, offers to the traveling public first-class accommodation and superior excellence of fare, guaranteeing to ull its patron prompt, courteous and Batisfuc iorv attention to all their wants. Katea have been moderuted to suit the demands of the times. Kates for all room above the Parlor floor TWO TO THREE DOLLARS FEB DAT Deo. 12, 1878.-:W-tf McDonald, March &Co., ULSTSTTRIEI IN THE Mobile Life Insurance Co. Assets, $020,362 37. The principle features of this Company are its sale investments, liiierulity to pol icy holders, promptness in paying losses, and economical management. All form of policies issued. Life En dowment ana Accident insurance a spe cialty. For full paiticnlars apply to L. N DANTZLER, Agent, Moss Point, or ad dress ,1. C. M ICKEJS'S, Special .ln't. Mobile, Ala. June 20, 1879, 13-tim mi mm AND MANiACTL'REHS N:ii:n:, Arii:i:l F1:tt::: 9 FRED GRAYED, UNDERTAKER No. 8 South Conception, between Dauphin and C'outi streets, MOBILE, ALA. All kinds of METALLIC CASES and CASKETS, Wooden Coilina and Coffin Trimmings. Agent for the Embalming Burial Case, the latest aud moat important invention in air-tight cases, for preserving bodies or for transportation. As well as for style and finish these Cases are far su perior to anything yet introduced. Tele graph order will roivc prompt attention. May 16, 1879. 8-ly MONUMENTS, TOMBS, GRA VESTONES. AND MA NTLES, IiiiMnrtole or Ciranite, In Stock or Executed to Order. PAVING and CURBING promptly at tended to. OUR WORK IS ALL WARRANTED. WK WILL COMPETE IN Tm T 177 Q and WORK MANSHIP with 1 lUlliO nnv Marble or Stone Works in the United States. I Parties desiring work in our lino : ; will confer a favor ou us bv callinir I and examining our large stock of fiu ; ished work, and looking over the ; many elegant designs in our office. WPnrtica at a distance from Mo : bile will, upon application, bo fnr ! nislied with diagrams and price lists : by mail. Ladies' and Men's Hats, IN VARIOUS STYLK3 AND QUALITIES. SHOES, FROM INFANTS' SIZE UP. Hardware, Crockery and Tin wars, lllc, Bridles, Hvady-MIadc Clothing-, stationery, Etc., Elf. Our Stock lias been bouirht. nt tho low est CASH Pirees, selected with great care, and will be oll'cred to customers ut Fnces tliat Defy Competiiios COME AND SEE OUR GOODS AND HEAR OUR PRICES. WE GUAR ANTEE SATISFACTION. WHEN YOU s MOBILE Do Not Fail to Visit the Elegant New Dry Goods Store OF I,. HAM.1IEL & CO., No. 41 and 4'I Dauphin Street, MOBILE, am., (.t uoors nciow ineir former stand) WHERE YOU WILL FIND The Laigest, Handsomest and Cheapest Stock of JDttST GOODS IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY. CAIIPETS, IMJCJH, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, Etc., in the greatest variety. Dec. 12, 1878. ' 38-ly -A- IPIIETOTJS, Ikalar in CLOTIMG, HATS, events' Furnishing Goods, Corner Royal and Dauphine Street. oval and Dauphin MOBILE. ALA. Nov. 27, 1878. JAS. IV. DANIELL, 122 Dauphin street, - - MOBILE, ALA. Dealer in Fancy Stationery, CHROMOS, STEEL ENGRAVINGS, Picture Frames, Artist" and Wax Mate rial, ihotograys. Autograph and Scrap Albinos, rrareUug Baskets, Shawl Strap, Croouet, Base Hall.and names of all iiimU Picture Frame of all sizes made to order at short notice, and at the loweat price in bueciiy. Toy and Fancy Good of all kind, Masks, Costumes, Dominoes, Beards, Moustaches, Chinese Lanterns, etc., etc., Tinsel, Fringe, Lacs, Stan, Tassels, Brades, Span gles, etc. Societies furnished with Masks and Cos tumes. Jan.10, 1879. 43 ly McDonald, March &. Co., ROYAL STREET, Bet. St. Louis and St. Anthony street, MOBILE, ALA. Feb. 88, 1679. 49. ly WILLIS PAPE, Importer of and dealer in Pianos, Organs, And Musical Merchandise, 122 Dauphin street, - - MOBILE, ALA. Sole agent for STEINWAY, IIALE, WEBER, PELOUBET, PELT0N& CO. Magnificent Rosewood 7 Octave Piano, from $-2110. Elcgaut Walnut Cabinet Organ, from $50 Jan. 10, 1879. 4.iy !"T Will pay CASH for Cotton. Wool. Hides, Tillow and Beeswax. Ulir Motto 18 ilONKHT Vt KlliUT AN'D MKAKfllK." When you visit Pass Christian don forget to oall at tho OLD UK) STOHi Hoping to merit a liberal sharo of the public patronage, we remain, very spec t fully, J tf; irth. riucrut: mur xoo prkacu. pull Advice i cheap, the market' lull, O'er ready some to teach, Whilo o'er the eye the wool they Nor practice what they preach. Tho monstrous " lieam " 1 uever seen, Tho "mote" provokes their screech, The while Reductive vice they screeu, Nor practice what they preach. Bwoct charity take by the hand, I nir justice's height to reach, Where other slip, you firmly stand, Aud practice what you preach. Precept is good, example's host, Bo chary thuu of speech, 80 live that verv life attest Yon practice what you preach. Eaton April H, 1879. Gill is 4-ly STILL M Frrakcl. Jul. Cobci lnmi fnm. J. FREAKEL Sc. CO., HATS, TRUNKS, VAl.lShS, jstu., AT WHOLESALE, 26 and 28 Dauphin street, corner Wuter, MOBILE, ALA. Deo. 12, 1878. 8 1y . . MISCELLANEOUS. Wool Market Store ! Mtitoxi Hirer, Jflis., WASH C. MYERS, Proprietor, LIVING T3 GRANGERS AXI) TIIK IIALANX'K V I am still at GRANGERS LANDING, UIEOXI RIVER. II I so... where may be found every desonoiion of GOODS usually kept iuastnre, at Grange rates and even lower lor CASH. I have paid aud will pay, the highest market prices tor Country Prodnco. Being thankful forpast patronage, solicit a continuance of the same. THOS. W. GRAYSON, Agent. June 1.1, 1879. i-ly General dealer in F. P. ANDREWS A CO., MOBILE, ALABAMA, Proprietors of Commerce Street TvrrrjLs, Wholesale dealers in Grain and Flour. GROCERIES. Hnttt, Caps, Clothing-, Roots and shoes. Hardware. Notions, Crockery, Feed, etc. lu fact everything necessary to country trndo. Highest jirice paid for country produce 111 vim.ii ,,r to inwe. ll'oo .Unite a Specially. August 1, 1879. 19-ty OK HALE- MEAL and GRITS warranted fresh, aod delivered free of drayage. tT'Branch Store 4fi North Commerce st. Telephone connection. D.. la, 1878. agjy MARTIXORST, Wnolesale dealer in imported aod dotnest ie Liquors, "Wines, Ale. Porter, Wester. Lager Bt, Cigars. W Susres, Grocertea, lite, lM.W,Talj MOBILE, AXJL. Pure Merino Sleep! AT MY ' Gnir Shore Sheep Farm t BUCKS, in ftiW rnndition. ritlit ae. 2 years oiu, lor crusting narive r.wes. W. R. 8TUART, Ocean Springs, Miss. Refer by penuissiou to H011. A. E. Lewis, Pa-wneoula, Misa. June 13, 1379. . 12-6m'- Extra Large Assortment OF VERY CHOICE UIOIANS Woolen Mill, Ray St. Louis, jTIis., SOW IN FULL OPERATION, MAKING CasMiiiieres, Jeans, Flanneln, Shawl!, Blanket, -AND- mm 1 ANXIOUS LT WAmNG FOR PUR CHASERS AT THE NUCLEI IYCRSERIES, RAT ST. LOUIS, MUSS., W. A. "VvTiltfield & Co- ProWK. Priecs low and Catalogues bee. Sept. y.1, 179. Othor Woolen Goods. Would lie pleased to have merehnnts in need ut the above goods compare them iu price and quality with those made lurthcr from home, and if found as good, and a little CHEAPER, I would be rlad to be favored with orders. 1 have procured the 1m st skilled labor tliat could lie loiiuu, and us 1 have many facilities for manufacturing in this place. I intend to turn out HONEST GOODS, as IHMr, IF aor CHEAPER, thau thev 1 1 1 - .it 1 i ' tssvu uo iistu ltuiiu ur UaAii. The I'reaclicr and the Pt stllonce. Southwestern Presbyterian. Our liard-workinir lirothor nt. Morgiin City does not feel cliuerful in coiiltinplating it Ueld of labor which is liable to be the invasion of eiiiitatuics. The fever at that point lias been nlmost as bad as duiinc the previous snintiier. The most ri gorous quarantine was adopted mist even places where there was no epidemic, with no better re suit than to furnish uuother chapter 10 me record ot quarantine litera ture. The idea of controlling the atmospheric conditions connected with a great epidemic, eons to res train or shut it out, has proved as intauinblo as the Chinese plan of driving away an eclipse bv beatiucr on their gongs. And so, those who live in these latitudes must expect to face the pestilence when its hour arrives. Ibis may not be it pleas ant thought. lut it may be remem bered that, generally speaking, the piuemica tlo not come often: niid probably the aggregate of years, is nut much creater than elsewlifte. rut there is yet auotliernoint to becousidered, which we think deci sive. 1 he dangers often exagger ated to which those are exposed ho live in sirch fields of labor, is fully compensated by Iho increased opportunities foriiselulness. When 111 epidemic occurs, every aid that religion can afford is needed. The Christian minister is welcomed at many a dwelling where at other times lie would have been an unwel come guest. Ilisaidandsynipathy ire sought for by people outside of own his congregation, and his ex- unple encourages others in theser- ice of humanity. Here is an occa sion which affords the best possible iu tor display ot tlie principles and practice he has advocated from the pulpit. He ought to rejoice that he is permitted to testify by his exam ple, that tho religion of self sacri fice is more than a name. And such, we think, are the sentiments 01 those who have long lived iu these fever zones. They take a pride in sharing with their people the risks and perils ot their lot. And perhaps they love their peo ple ami tliecommtinity they live in, the better, for the. dangers I hey have shared together. wn for tbo port of Tew York nlouo a proportionate quantity went to all tho other sea ports, of course. This does not hint much nt dan ger of our being iiblo to glut the market, and when it is remembered that a duty of UO per cent, has to be paid on these imported fruits, which would be saved to us, there can be little doubt of our ability to compete with the foreign orange trade. A Problem Solved. People say children cannot un derstand. Vo greatly underrate their capacity to understand and to reason. Willie, aged ten, and Jimmy, aged six, were playing to gether. One of them was minutely examining a II, v. "1 wonder how iod made him!" (That has been a wonder to many. Huxley cannot answer that question). "Cod don't make flies as carpenters make things V observed the other boy. God says, 'Let there be and there t Hies. Gounh. MOBILE. HATS! HATS! HATS! 1 1 j. it. T. J. HATTON, THE HATERi if 11 flies,' Seijfo of Vioksburg. Raymond Gazette. A Northern editor has been hand ed a copy of the Vicksburg Citizen of July 186'3. It is printed ou wall paper. Tho following extracts are made from its local column: "A rumor has readied us that parties iu our city have been, and are now selling flour at five dollars per pound! molasses at ten dollars per gallon! and corn at teu dollars per bushel! We are indebted to Major Gilles pie for a steak of Confederate beef, alias muie meat. We have tried i it, it is sweet savory and ten der, aud so long as we have a mule left we are satisfied our soldiers will be content to subsist 011 it." In another column it speaks ot'a cat killed aud Jeateu by an editor and one of his printers, aud says: "I oor I nomas was then prepar ed, not for the grave, but for the pot, and several friends waited to partake ot a nice rabbit." Thoso beautiful gilt edge lace visiting cards are the nobbiest out, and just tho thing for a present to a young lady. Call and see them. Only 1't cents per pack printed. 31 Dauphin Street, ,11 OH I EE, ALA., HAS JUST RECEIVED AND IN STORE A "FULL' UUti OF'Tnir VERY LATEST STYLES OF STIFF SOFT HATS, yOU MEN, JIOIW AM' UIIJLiutr.rs, Ai nui.iv dwiuj.u 1 iiar.a Havioir iiiirehased mv stock from manufacturers, I am enabled to offer my friends and the public generally a stock of goods ccpis! iu style, quality anil price that will compare favorably with any iu the city. UIVK MK A HUM, AiMI .1 t C flu .I'M n.-ici. , ..-. Oct. 31, 1879. at'-Hui J. klRkllUWlC. jr.i if. l'ouriiu. CO., .;. M. A ,' A HHIHK. Y. PORTER & DEALERS IX Hardware, Moors, Sash Minds, Agents for B. F. A very & Sons' Plows and Implements, ' ,- Kentneky Cane Mill, Ilotce1 Platform and Grotrr" Scale, Etc., 1 Southeast Comer St. Francis and Watei-Ktiei ls, MOItlLK; ALA'. Oct. :il, 179. , 3-l.y ' . MOBILE STOOK;.(YABD'l R. L. MAUPIN & CO:, CommEssionilerchants For the sale of ail Kinds of Live Stock,77'-,- Cor. Hoial ftiitl . Iiltims Slit., - - - MOItl t,lj,i ... Special attention given to li-eding stock shipped through to Xew Orleans. Men t'liriliNlled Oct, :tl, 1879. free of charge to bring stock to aud from cars and boats. 33-3111 The Singer STILL BCRAXTON. I. KREBS & SON, Eat racag-oula, Mi., mur.KUs ix Holding Forth the Word of Life. Watchman. 'Ye are my witnesses. "salt h tfn Lord. We are not. God's logicians, sent to argue men into the kingdom of heaven. We are not God's dc bateis, sent to discuss theology with men, and to convince tlicm of the truth of Christianity. If this were bo, we might well fear of gel ling worsted: for the wold is full of good logicians ant1 skillful Jebaters men that are more than a match for us on their ground. We, on the contrary, as Christ's servants, are simpiy to bear witness, year in and year out, using the word of God aud our success will not depend upon our acuteness, or our elo quence, or our skill, but upon God's Spirit, that accompanies and ener gizes that word. It takes a strong muscle to throw a hand ball so that it shall strike a hard blow: but a. child can fire a rifle ball cflectively, since the propelling power is in the powder and not in the muscle. So it takes a strong man to use an ar- fcuiueiii cuecuveiy: uuc a ha be in t ti ; uisi can use a text ot scripture wuu prevaiiinir force, since it is not iy might, nor by power, but bv God's Spirit that text is to be impell ed, "lhe power of a word." suvs i- ,. . : - - rf - tiinerson, "depends upon the power ot tne man that stands behind it.' liut the power of God's word de peiids upon the power ot the spirit mat stands bemud it. Us lusmror aim us abiding energizer. .Yolioiis, Hosiery, HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING and CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, I. I t U O II s , PRonsinys asd iked, HARDWARE, TIMVAIUC, VRWKEHY WARE, WOODEX WARE, AMI Ct I LER Highest, market price paid for Country Produce. .Jan 3, WJ. 41-ly TRIUMPHANT ! WU.M IE Sillier Machines Were Sold During the Year 1878, trouble that of all the OIIici'm Combined. Wm. V. Bcronjon, (Successor to I lift lute V. lerou,oli,) UNDERTAKER! X. W. Cor. Conception' mid Cnutl sts. .is on i Li:, ...., The largest assort iiu-Ht of, ?le(allic Cae tCatkcfw. Also, .iiaiiooanv. anil 'nil kinds hi B ooil hi kins, anil everything connuut- I wuu a lust -class cslaMisliiiii'iit. Orders received and attended tontiali hours. Night-hell at otlice, as above, un! it residence, No. 27fi Dauiihin, between Warren avd I Icarhnni street.: . , .1 '7 Til. l l-lv K. F. Mi.ms. w. L. Bakkii, dir. HOME-MADE (iOODS A SPECIALTY: The Genuine Singer Machines have printed on top of the Arm tho words: The Singer Manufacturing ('oiupany. The tact that the only Sewing Machine uiisj rupulous men have ever attempted to imitate is the Singer, is sulliciciit evidence ot its superiority over all others. There is no longer any excuse for buying any of the cheap machines hawked about the country, with no claim for patronage but their cheapness. DEAL O.Vtr (1777 THE COM PA XV OR ITS AVTIlORlZEh AdESl'S. N. CRANE, Agent, VOHII.E, AI.AItAMA. Oct. 31, IH79. 3-My V. L. Baker, Jr., & Co.'s , SHOE STORE, 7( Dauphin street, AlOlill.i:, ALAItAMA, Kicglcr Pros. Uoods hold Only bv Us". '; Oct. 31, 1879. ' ;i.'-3n Brisk & Jacobson, Mniinl'actnrcrs am. dealers in CLOLVlimCr, A X I Gents' Furnishing Goods, streets, Corner of Oct. Dauphin and Water Mol',11.1), ALA. 31, 1879. 3-2-Om M. V. B. C'.tMKY I. W. I.AI UKXIHXH CAREY & LAURENMNE, oppositu tne liLinoerat-Star otlice, St rati Ion, .Hiss. Are just in receipt of their huge stock of FALL & WINTER GOODS Dry C.'oodM, Notion, Hoof, SHOES, HA TS, CLO 1 U IXO, EU: Also Groceries, Canned Ooods, Tinware, Hardw are, Com, Oats, iirau, ami every thing connected witha Fihst-ClamsStoisk, which will be sold low down for the e:wh. IS" Also Vt ines. Jacinors, Ale, etc. Hive us a call and see tor yourselves. Dec. (i, 78-ly. llwA Fmiare hi OP THE SOUTH. A. A. Ulman. Sept. 19, 1879. 86-ly JV orris House, Near the Depot. .ttiMifippi Cily. .TTtss. This bouse is ksnt onen the vesr rnnnil for thm reception of permanent or transient boarders. Uood tare and comfortable rooms. Charges very reasonable. J. L. 50RRI9, proprietor. Not. 14, 1879. 34-tf Raising Orange, Mobile Register. A Nortberu paper attempts to throw a wet blanket over orantre culture iu this section of the coun try by declaring that it is being so far over done by the time the new groves now out are into bearing there will be no demand lor the fruit worthy of the name. The people of the United States will not be able to eat all the oranges. lemons, etc., that Florida alone will produce ten or fifteen years from to-day, anil so on. Xow, if we had a large orange grove in Florida, or ou some ot the favorable lands aloug our Gulf coast, in Alabama or Mississippi, you may be sure we'd not lie awake nights regretting it. Our orange grove would not even be lor sale; and here is one reason why: A glance at the reports of the inspec tor of customs of Sew York citv. for 1873, shows that the value of oranges and lemons entered at that port from abroad, lor consignment amounted to 2,802,G. There were 170,000,000 of orausres aud zi,tiw,uoij ot lemons. J nscnu'oulti Corn and Grist Mill, I'nsitlZOIilii, (Scranton P. O.) .?, CORN, CORN FLOUR CHITS, MEAL and lUtAN always ou han I, or delivered at tho depot, at prices as low as cau he any where obtained All order from points along the Rail road promptly tilled, and are respectfully solicited. JOHN U. DELMAS, .' Proprietor. Scranton, April a, 1879. 2-ly Private Jlourdiiior A few hoarders, by the day, week or month, with or without lodging, can lind accommodations at a private boarding house near the railroad depot, on 1'usca gonla street, Scranton, Miss. Terms iu accordance with the times. MRS. F. A. RLAKE. May 9, 1879 . 7- J. NIELSEN, Watchmaker & Jeweler And dealer iu Sewing Machines, Delmas Avenue, - - SCRANTON, MISS. Watches, clocks, jewelry and Sewing Machines carefully repaired. April 11 187U. 3-ly Our friends and the public generally, visiting Mobile, will lind I have one of the Largest aud IScst Selected Slocks of FURNITURE, CARPETS, Oil Cloth, .Hatting, .i.YII Window Shades, Consisting of Parlor, lled-ICoom and IHiiiiiK-Kooiii FURNITURE, Of Tine, Medium and Com mon ' ratio, Which I am offorinr nt PRICES TEX PER CENT LKSS Than Can be Nought Else where in the City, As I have bought the large establishment of M. Tiikat & Sox (the Ingest ill the city), aud am enabled ty sell goods nt man ufacturers' prices. (,'iiT me a mil, and wt if 1 (fon't mm what ,. Children's Carriagcs'a Specialty. A. R TREAT. Successor to M. Treat & Son, 10 & 12 South Wuter Street, tioicim;, ALA. V uilaee, Huriics 1 Co., ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHERS, 87 Dauphin st.. opp. Public ,Nuaio, .ioi;i!.i:, ai.a. . Having rHiticd their Art Cclhrv with nc hackgrounils, accessories, and all tho novelties worthy of notice, this old estab lished and r. liahle linn, who have ulwavs sustained the reputation of producing ti lines), work in A laliania. iyite jour pa tronage, with the assurum-cof -gSviiig yoil a jx ia l mill m iiili.-yocacc.1 Oct..tl, 1711. .. :!;).(,( o 3 Builders' Hardware, . ITRE MIXED PAINTS. i vfk k .i A flr A flirl t rt"r ur a- Chr. kelson, SCRANTON, MISS., The Olit Heliable BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, And dealer in Ladies', Gents' & Children's Shoes OF ALL KINDS, Will do all kinds of work in his line, such mm uuuii); uuu repairing uoois ami shoes, at tho lowest living rates, and in the most fashionable and workmanlike manner. Also keep on hand all style of Ladies' aud Children' Shoes, Men's and Hoys' Hoots and Shoes, which will be sold as cheap as can be purchased elsewhere. Scranton, Sept. VJ, 1;79. 2-Iy As I am the only store in tliecityth.it does not sell on installments, parties buy ing of me will all get new goods, mid not Hoods used by white and black and sold for new. Oct. 24, 1H7U. 31-2in irt it o o -March iljvilvtff iiiji pun -i.ip.iO o$ . ft ii in . jo, jo jsiV jo Jili is ling 'SaiUBJJ Mop "!M pue sjooq 1X7LL e 00-1 y Postofficc Ezchange, R. P. BLALACK. Prot.rietor. A. J. HALL & CO., (Successors to This. Manser,) Wholesale and retail QROOERS. And dealers in Western Produce, Sentheast corner (Jovernincnt anil Royal streets, Mobile, Ala. Oct. 24, 17J. lVm. . (s'ootlall A: Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the sale l ... liut ter, Cheese, Potatoes, Oii".,liS, Apples, lined Fruits, Leiimiis,f,)rauges, I'eaiiiits, anil all kinds of I MIDEtS, ESIEK. AXD ffllSTW rfiODCCt , MOUf.E, AI.A. Shipyonr Wool, Holm, Tallow and Ileus, wax to us it' von wish tlm 1.... ..( ni-;iiii (South side Raibiiali Scranton, .... Miss. and nTTho best of Wives,. LiqeoR v iuakk aiwav on nana. Uu., I' .. . .1 . ' U I . 1 . . , . usres and I ,"""" oeown Aies ana imager And this I Feb. 6, 179. Alll lt Jt CO., JEWELERS, Watches, Diamonds, Silver Ware, Plated W are, 0era Glass., Spectacles, Etc.. Masonic Temple, - - MORILE, ALA. New work a snecinftr mil done. Watches and Jewelry repaired'. All onlerswUl receive prompt attention. '" . - , iiir. ,(I-lT market. Oct. :u M2-6m L. m. McKINNETT. No, 2(1 Dauphin street, MOKILE, ALA., , ill send yon a set of Rt'lfgy Harness, OF of ) OWN MAKE, cheaper than yon can get a set in vour own town. Will send l.y express, let you examine, and if not satisfactory return at our expense. Louisville bills duplicated. L. M. McKIN.VEV. o. t. :, 32-:!ih' CASH-J Co., II A It It A L S OA' A. CO., Wholesale dealer iu Tobacco and Cigars, 10 St. Mich; 1 street, between Water snd Cod., ,-rco, MOBILE, ALA. J una 27, le79. . . 14-ni - t ? CASH. CASH. . Riser J asli rtraler in , HIDES, WOOL & FURSff Sbi mkins, Tallow, Beeswax, Old Paper Stock, Copper, Brasj, Iron, Etc Nus. 4.1 aud 47 X. Water street, aud t6 St., I-ouis Htre,t, MOBILE, ALA. Oct. 31, 171. . 32-fim JOB- PIiTIiG Done at this oFFict.