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npnE office of the Rodney Telegraph has ' been supplied with a great variety of NEW TYPE, , and we ore prepared to execute in a style of superior neatness, nil kinds of Printing usu ally called foT in this section of country such as 13$atJt Lic.ualv and IvecfU, JPAMPHLETS," SFivxtm Xt&ftattms, HANDBILLS, ; v ffiffl&IM (DIP 3m9: Promissory Notes, Business &vl'drOss Cards, BLANK DEEDS; &c. FEMALE EDUCATION. rniHE Trustees of the Fayette Female . Academy, take pleasu re in informing the public that the improvements in, and ad ditions to this establishment, are nearly com pleted, and that its duties will commence on the second of December. The buildings are spacious and comforta ble, and Fayette is well known to be one of the most healthy towns in the State. The Trustees, with a determination to make this Institution worthy the patronage of a dis cerning community, have spared no exer tions to procure suitable persons to fill the various Departments; and they are happy to add that they have selected Teachers of ex perience, eminintly qualified to discharge the duties that will respectively devolve on them. The Principal, Mr. Thomas Brown, Jr., of Carlisle Pa., whose numerous testi monials of moral deportment and, literary attainments are unquestionable, has had "an - expedience of fifteen years in , teaching. sMr. B. has brought with him his family, with a view to a permanent sesidence in Fayette -consequently his best energies will be employed, not only to win, bu,t to deserve and retain public confidence. ' Mrs.' Bqown arid her Usteiy Mad'lle. db Stv Oxer, are natives of, and recently from Paris, though they speak the English Ian guage fluently. IThe French language will be made, by them the ordinary medium of conversation, in oraer to iaciuaie me urt provement of pupils in that useful language v Mad'lle, de St. Omer is a proficient in. the various branches of Drawing and painV iog, and obtained the second Prize Medal in the Royal Drawing School of Paris. t Miss Ann Jenkins, long and favorably known- as an Instructress in Fayette, will superintend the Primary Department. Miss J. is also a good French scholar. i The course gf studies pursued, and the prices of Tuition, will be as follows : . 1st. Junior Department, superintended by Miss A. Jenkins, including Spelling, Reading, Wiiting, and the Rudiments of Arithmetic, Grammar and Geography, per session of fire months, , $20 2d.' Senior Department, under, the direc tionofthe Priacipal, embracing Arithmetic, Ornamental Penmanship, Grammar, Com position, Geographj, (with the use of Globes and the construction of Maps) History, As Troaomy, .Natural and Moral Philosophy,' istiemmrjr, eulogy, JJotany, Mineralogy and Mathematics, per session of five months, 3d. Modern Languages, by Mrs. Brown and Mad'lle. de St. .Omer French and Italian, per session of fire months, , , 30 25 4tb. Theory and Practice of Music, by Mrs. Brown, Piano Forte and Singing, per session of fire months, 5th. Drawing and Painting, by Mad'lle. St. Omer Perspective, Pencil and Cray- . 30 u itawiug, ituu rmuung in xnaia ins. ana Water Colors, per session of fire months, 25 ; 6th, French Embroidery, and various oth i a Fancy. Werk, for each, , . i i : Besides the daily examinations and recita tions, weekly Lectures will be given and the students will be publicly examined at the end of every session, and a record wilf be kept of their progress in study and moral de- portment, the result of which: wilt be cenv municated to their parents of guardians every session. . . Tn short nothing will be omitted thai may have, a tendency to promote the moral and intellectual improvement of the students d ' ."-.v. '.' Payment must in every instance be paid in advance,' and no money can be refunded for absence, except in cases' of sickness. Pupils are required to furnish their own Mattragges, Bedding and Towels." Wash ing will be done at the institution for ten dol lar per session, v ' ' -v-' Boarding per month, including fuel and light, 015 - - ----- . - By order of the Board. ' ' ' ; J. M. WHITNEY,resident. Jas. J. Collier, Secretary, Fayette, Dec. 1, 1838. - 6m-85. N. B. There will be a vacation of two months in the yeari viz: , Augus and , Sep tember. The sesgons will commence on the 1st of October, and the 1st of "Match. . . The charge for . the present session Wiltbenrade in proportion to ihetime. v " TT Gallons, just received by R,N.FETHER3TOrn H &. CO. AogiilO, 1839." S 68 -LZustcid. Doxeii Lendca IJustsrdr'just received A- by .IL.N. FETHERSTON'HdcCO. Aug. 19, 18C9;. f . 68 TTUDT received, frora New Orleans,, a cl .f.-cih cupply cf FrustaCigarsy &c, nbisb will & 8'd 'ow C cash. . ,, is JOHN . PORTERFIELD. -t; ' r;crr.ber 3, 1639. ;. V 8(Htfv; PQIMTI Ploughi and Wagon Making. Joi ft J3. liixotx MANUFACTURES Ploughs and Wng ons at Mr John Tullis'. I He also repairs every kind of work in his line ' ' v His ploughs are for snle at his shop, and at the store of Murray & Garnett, in Rod ney. Th3 public are invited to examine his Ploughs. . December 23, 1839. fTpHE Steam Boat GANGES having been thoroughly repaired in New Orleans, will resume her regular trade. Rodney, 2 lst.Oct. 1839. New Orleans, 15th Oct. 1839. WRherejr certify that Cotton shipped by the Steam"Boat Ganges, will be insured at the usual rates of premiums said Boat having been satisfactorily repaired : Western Marine ca Fire Insurance Co. L. MATTHEWS; PresH. Firemen's Insurance Company, E. L TRACY, Sec'y. Orleans Theatre Insurance Company, JA.DUREL,Sec'y. La. State Marine & Fire Insurance Co. CHAS. W. HO RIVER, Sec'y. Richard L. Robertson, Inspector for Merchants,-and Ocean Insurance Compa nies. ' ' ;. Atlantic Insurance Company, 77 EDWIN BRIGGS, Secy " FROM the:3igned living 2f . V on 0 Creekft mi les sou t h Vlx i : easl nfc7VLi.the night of (cQl- be 17ih insf.fe yellow boy named MOSES: about feet five in- 1 ches high ; abut thirty-five yea rs old; a scar on his lip; stuherwhen speak ing; no other maris recollected. -'-A reasonable reward wP.I be paid to any person returning saidnegrq to me, or con fining him in any jail so that I can get him again.: . '-. ; CATHARINE NEWBAKER. : Nov. 26, 1839.' 80-tf. Just Received F. ROM New Orleans, and willbekept constantly on hand, a fresh supply of Figs, Raisins, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pine Appples, Sardines, Apples, Candies, Fil berts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Choice Ci gars, &c. &c. ! r JOHN PORTERFIELD. December 16 83 Lost Notes. "JLoST, on the 3d November, between Rodney and Vicksburg ' One XS'ote drawn by Bailey & Wade, in favor of Abner Smalley : endorfd by A. Smalley, Ebenezer Miller and A:G. Bow en, for $2,500. due Feb. 1, 1840. One Note drawn by Solomon Stampley, in tavor oi rorman & lireathouse. due January 1, lcJ40,fcr $500. t ',' ' "- One Note onJbhn Hughes, " drawn in favor of D. McCall, and endorsed by same; for $450, due January 1, 1840. One Note on' Elisha Perkins: drawn in favor of E. G. Wood, for g!20: payable January 1,1840. ' ; ' One Note on Thomas L. Bobyns. drawn in favor of George Formah : for 360: pay able in the Commercial Bank of Rodnev. Due Jan. 1, 1840. . " One Note on W. B. Stewart; drawn in favor of. George Forman ; for 470 : pay- -LI. ! l ' . .' m . aje in me yommerciai mnK ot iiooney. One Note on Dugald McCall; drawn in favor of E. G. Wood; for,S78i. Due in Jan. 1849. ' One Note drawn by Wm. Lane; tn fa vor of Gllmore, Bruhi & Bouie, of Vicks" burg; for $200; endorsed by them; with a credit of $100. Due 1st Jan. 1839. c One Note on Chambhn &, Webb: drawn in favor of E. G. Wood; for $551, 72-100. Due March 1, 1839 pay able in the Mer chants Bank of New Orleans. E. G. WOOD. Rodney 16tb Dec 1839; r. 83-tf pt t Servants Wanted. TOyANTED at the Fayette Female Acad- Fiif vi vuf7uii.iif went, n tiuuu i xVi- . ... . 1 i - 7. ? piam lAJUJV, a good vv ASitfcK and IKON ER, a good HOUSE SERVANT, and i GIRL that can be recommended about 15 or 16 years of age. Application to be made immediatelv at Mrs. Middleman. : A LL' persons are hereby cautioned a- "rgarast- trading for a Note' drawn by me irt;favcjefiHi H.JCelly, far thrsd hundred iuars, or tnereauouts; C" some time ir October last : and pay ah., j the 1st of lanuary, luiu. 1 have offsets against him to more than that amount, and am deter minea not to pay it unless compelled by iaw. - ...... ; . ' . ; 0AML: N. ROBB.1 January 1, 1840' . 83-tf t . - 5 vears old. 141 bii iiioi. Men inr.d loot white and has been t", f cwi, bo isat ner I psten jofst is cctrsfclv lar ger than il3 .other. :' Any pcrsrro . pd. iiid casre csdeliverirj her to. Mr.. Jchn A. Watkbs in Rcdr.sy,cr; 7rtht Fcro in Brandon, shall be handsomely rss?ri ?dt '. n - It. A. IIAUGIO. plainta and nnodc cf cure. f A WELL regulated and ? proportionate quantity of bile upon the stomach is always requisite for the promotion of sound health it stimulates digestion, and keeps the intestinalcanalfree frormill obstructions. On the inferior surface' of the liver is a pe culiar bladder, in which the bile is first pre served, being formed by the liver from the blood. Thenco it passes into the stomach and intestines, and regulates the indigestion. Thus we see when there is a deficiency of bile, the body is constantly costive. On the other hand, an overabundance of bilq, caus es frequent nauseam the stomach; and of ten promotes very severe attacks of disease, which sometimes end in death. , Fevers are always preceded by symptoms of a disordered stomach; as are also scrofu lous disordeis,and all sympathetic function al, organic or febrile diseases. ; From the same cause, the natural and healthy action of the heart, and the whole vascular system is impaired and reduced below its natural standard; as exhibited in palpitations, lan guid pulse, torpors of the limbs, syncope, and even death itself, in consequence of an overabundance of a peculiar offensive sub stance to the digestive organs. The approach of bilious diseases is at all times attended by decided symptoms of an existing diseased state of the stomach and bowels: i. e. with those siens which are known to point out their contents to be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever the alimentary canaf happens to be loaded with irritating matter, some derangement ot tbe healthy operation, either of the general sys tem, or of some particular organ of the body is the certain result; and when this state happens to be united with any other symp toms of disease, its effects are thereby much aggravated. The progress of organic ob struction is often so rapid as scarcely to ad mit of time for the application of such aids as is to be offered by art, yet, in general, the premonitory symptoms of gastric load are perceptible for a day or two previous to the feverish paroxism, a period, when the most efficacious assistance may be given, by un loading the stomach and alimentary canal of its irritating contents, and thus reducing the susceptibility of disease. - MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES, Should always be taken in the early stages of bilious complaints; and if persevered in strictly according to the directions, will pos- tively effect a cure. The mineral medicines often prescribed n these diseases, although they may affect i temporary cure, at the same time create an unhealthy state of the blood, and conse quently tend to promote a return of the very disease which they are employed to cure It is then by the use of purgatives, exclu sively formed of vegetable compounds, which, possessing within themselves no deleterious agencies, which decomposition, combination or alteration can develope or bring into ac tion; and therefore capable of producing no effect, save' that which is desired that a safe remedy is found . The LIFE PILLS and PIIENIX BIT TERS have proved to be the most happy in their effects in cases of bilious disenses, of any purely vegetable preparation ever of fered to the public. If the stomach is foul, they cleanse it by exciting it to throw offits contents; if not, they pass to the duodenum without exciting vomiting or nausea in the stomach; stimulating the neighboring vicera as the liver and pancras, so as to produce a more copious now of their secretions into the intestines; stimulating the exhalent capil laries, terminating in the inner coat, which an increased flow of the useless particles of the body, foreign matters, or retained secre tions, are completely discharged. I or further particulars of the above medi cine see Moffat's Good Samaritan, a copy of which accompanies the medicine. A copy may also be obtained of the different Agents who have the medicines for sale. , French, German, and Spanish directions can be obtained on application at the office, 375 Broadway, New York. ! f; Alt post paid letters will receive immedi ate attention . 1 Sold wholesale and retail by William B. Moffat, 375 Broadway, N. Y. A liberal deduction made to those who purchase to sell again. Agenit The Life Medicines may also be had of the principal druggists in every town throughout the United States and the Cana das. Ask for Moffat's Life Pills and Phenix Bitters; and be sure that a fac simile of John MoQtfr signature is upon the label of each bottl: crbitters, or box of pills. $"For sale at the- drug store of H. N. FETHERSTON'H &. (CO. Rodsty Oct., 30, 1839. 78. 2?DV3IV AMD AOTB : - JPoevely Cured!! I TtTlEVni c iue is a most obstinate dis -L ease, tZ-L I . warm and humid climate4! frequently resets every ordinary r. j cf cure, 83 as to beer; very C to the patient; end by tl. ; rcS3 Ci JS hich the diseaka induiijl: it often giv ise to other chronic cent Liij. , Marsh miasmata or the efHuvia arising from stagnant wafer, is the most frequent exciting cause of this disease ; and one of its great peculiarities is its susceptibility of a . renewal from very slight causes, such as from the prevalence of an easterly ..wind even, without the re petion of the original existing cause. In this, Fever and Ague difTera from most other fevers; as it is well known, that after an or--ary . fever has once occurred, abd been removed,' the person aCected. is nct eo liable to a fresh attack as one who wts cct to af fected." These circumstancciVecdrr it ex tremely OiLjcult to cCbct avr of Fever and Ague, tbo-ti -ti-tient for the time being is a. w, p. ... i NIX BITTZTJ hato Izzt ed, and proved to fc a POZITiyn 4IID RADICAL CVfcJ of Fever, ecj.- :x-- Hutdredj cf Lb TJr.mx'.C zz i qC; ,7r have velur.ti.rny corn f.rirJtoti--" Ir. UzTrxy IU tl j Lln-:ICL;J cr j tl-3 czl-r-Jlzlzzi that Will TCZOUr ::: LY effect a removal of mis rnct tedious and disagreeable diseased ' - i i Others who Mve emigrated to that rich and promising portion of our country. men who went out full of hope, and confident of winning n competence from the luxuriance of the soil; or who carried to the outposts of our settlements the mercantile or mechani cal experience won in the crowded cities and towns of the older States, have either return ed with shattered constitutions and depress ed 8pirits,or they remain in their new homes, dragging out a weary life ; at last to sink, un der some disease to which they, are predis posed by that terror of the West, the Fbvbr and Ague. Their hopes are blasted their business energies destroy ed-their El Dorado becomes a desert, and the word of promise, made to the ear is broken to the hope, To these individuals, Mr. Moffat would say "Try the Life Medicines, and you wil yet, anticipate your most sanguine expecta tions, for they will certainly restore you to health." v - Fever and Ague is a complaint which re auires to be met at its first approach, and comhatted at everv stage. Seldom fatal of itself, it reduces the strength, and impairs the functions of the organs, so that upon the manifestation of disease Nature is unable, unassisted, to resist the inroad. The Life Medicines, when taken strictly according to directions will cure it, and give to the weak and trembling victim of disease, new health, life and strength. For further particulars of the mode of treatment, the reader is referred to the uood Samabitan. a copy of which accompanies the medicine. A coov mav he obtained of the different agents who have the medicine for sale. - French, German and Spanish directions can bo obtained on application at the of fice, 375 Broadway, New York. All post letters will receive immediate at tention. Sold wholesale nnd retail by William B. Moffit, 375 Broadway. N. Y. A liberal deduction made to those who purchase to sell again. Agents- The Life Medicines may also be bad of the principal Druggists in every town throughout the United States and Canadas. Ask for Motlaf 3 Life Pills and Phenix Bit ters; and be sure that a fac simile of John Moffat's signature is upon the label of each bottle of Bitters, or box of Pills. Moffat's Vegetable Life Pills and ; PS31TI2 SITTB21Q. ' FJTJIIE universal estimation in which the celebrated Life Pills and Phenix Bit ters are held is satisfactorily demonstrated by the increasing demand for them in every State and section of the Union, and by the voluntary testimonials to their remarkable efficacy which are every were offered. It is not less from a deeply gratifying confi dence that they are the means of extensive and inestimable good among his afflicted fel low creatures, than from interested consid erations, that the proprietor of these pre eminently successful medicines is desirous of keeping them constantly before the public eye. The sale of every additional bottle and box is a guarantee that some persons will be relieved from a 'greater or less de gree of suffering, and be improved in gen eral health; for. in no case of suffering from disease can they be taken in vain.. The proprietor has never known or been inform ed of an instance in which they, have failed to do good. In the most obstinate cases of chronic disease, such as chronic dyspepsia, torpid liver, rheumatism, asthma, nervous and bilious head ache, costiveness, piles, general, debility, scrofulous swellings and ulcers, scurvy, salt rheum and all other affections of the organs and membranes, they effect cures with a rapidity and permanancy which few persons would theoretically be lieve, but to which thousands have testified from happy experience. In colds and coughs which, if neglected, superinduce the most fatal diseasec of the lungs, and indeed the vicera in general, these medicines, if taken but for three or four days, never fail. Ta ken at night, they so promote the insensible perspiration, and so relieve the system of febrile action and feculent obstructions, as to produce a most delightful sense of conva lesence in the morning; and though the usu al symptoms of a cold should partially return duoing the day, the repetion cf a suitable dose at the next hour of bed-time wil almost invariably affect permanant relief, without further aid. Their effect upon fevers of a more accurate and violent kind is not, less sure and speedy if taken in proportionable quantity; and persons retiring to bed with inflammatory symptoms jf the most alarro ing kind, will awake with the gratifying con sciousness that the fierce enemy has been overthrown, and can easily be subdued. In the same way, viceral turgesence, though long established, and viscera! inflamations, however critical, will yield the former to small and the latter to large doses of the Life PUls: and so also hysterical affections, hrpscondriocism, restlessness, and very ma ny c.cr varieties of Neurotica! class of dis eases, yield to th efficacy of the Phenix Bitters. Full directkra Dr C use of tbtrs mediciaes, and showing their H.::-!T5 cp plicability to different complainta, Scon:p2- ny them; and they can be obtained, whole sale and retail, at 375 Broadway,, N York, where numerous certificatsss of , their un paralleled success ore always cpsa to in spection. . . - j For additional particulars of the above medicines, see ZloCat's H3oo2 Sahsxttajx? a copy of which accompanies the meciefnes; a copy can also be obtained ot , the different agents who have the medicines tor sale. French, German and Spanish directions cental obtained on application at the oGce, C73 Croadway, New York. . , ll-pcst paid letters will receive iexsa- .ta attention. f-i'- i-. i : Prepared and set! J by WiiiiAM BJ I.Ic j fat, C75 Broadways Netr York. A liberxl dlicsut made to thccdwbo purchase to csll tsin. -v - ;" ' i ? ,-:CCT tha enrj ttracf,rr ; n. rcrnzriiTcrrn a, co. a riAT?n -a ?HE Undersigned have associated- theH selves as co-pa ruiera in wv ouyu SINESS, under tne. nrm oi .it. xi. r wru KnsTOJ, & Co.' ; iL..i-., K N. rKTHKiurruwit. D. F. TODD. . avW invite the attention of tbe public to the following catalogue of j. Dracs. Medicines, & Uhenicals. comprising most of the essential articles, wnicit we snail eimvwr w j on hand, fresh and genuine, direct from tlio ioruiern ana iasiern cmeo, nuu n,o w as good terms terms as they can be had at any other southern town. . . . Chemicals. t : s Calomel, Cor. Sublimate, Tartar Emetic, Sutrar of Lead.' bliiei white and ffreen Vit riol, Flor Benzoin, Bismuth, Zinc and Mar- liales ; Red Precipitate, White do., L.unar Caustic. iEthions Mineral. KenneV do- Tartar Vitriolated, Golden Sulphuret Anti- mony, liydnodate ot rotasji, uxice ot dis muth, of Zinc, lion, and Lend; Sulph. Quinine, Morphine, Emetine, Strychnine, Salacinc, Lupuline, Rhubarbine, Iodine. ' ; Gums. ; 5 p Gum Arabac, Guaiacum, : Gamboge, Kinos, Elastic, Tragacanth, Aloes, Amoniac, Benzoin, Myrrii, scammony, tampaor, upturn. - -f Antimonialis, Arrow Root; Bark, Cream ww srt a w-v Art t T tartar, unarcoai, uovers, umger jamai ca), Ipecac, Jalap, Rhubarb. ' ' Salts. Sal Ammoniac, Iluireticus, Nitre, Martis, Epsom,. Poly chresttis, Prunelle. Glauber, iiuuueuv, i nriar, ooua. " ., : Acids. . Acid Acetic, Citric, Lemon, Muriatic- Nitric, Oxalic, Prussic, Pyroligneus, Sulphu nc, Tartaric. Patent Medicines, &c. IIay1s Liniment, Rowland's Tonic Mix ture, Judkin's Oinimenr, Opodeldoc, Bate- nan's Drops, British Oil, Haarlem Oil, God frey's Cordial, Turlington's Balsam, Ander son's Cough Drops, Whitehead's Essence of Mustard, Lee's N. L. & Windham Pills, Anderson & Scott's do., Hooper's do., Hy gea.n do., Dyotl's do., Mead's do.. Bonsall's do., Congress do., Swaim's Conqueror, Lnt- tn's Ionic Mixture, La tta s Balsam, o'Ne ill's Medicamentum, o'Neill's Liniment, Spohn's Cure for sick Headache, Sarsaparilla Pana cea, Potters Uatholicom, Weaver's" Worm Tta and Salve, Rose Ointment, Oliver's Ointment, Thompson's Eye Water, Scud der's do., Scudder's Acoustic Oil. Little's Lotion, Oliver's Bleaching Liquid, Oliver'." Eye Ointment, Itch Ointment,4 Swaim's Panacea, Diamond Cement, Chinese Li quid, Mastic Varnish, Premiss's Aromatic Vinegar, Walgrave & Barber's Horse Pow der?, Payson's Indellible Ink, Carpenter's fluid Extract of Pink Root, Carpenter's fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla,, Carpenter's, fluid Extract of Bonesett, Carpenter's fluid Ext of Buchu, Carpenter's Syrup of Liverwort Carpenter's Preeipi Extract of Bark," Car penter's Cerate of Copavia, Carpenter's Oil of Cantharides, , Carpenter's Oil of Black Pepper, Carpenter's Cathartic Pills, Swaim's Vermifuge," Henry's Calcined Magnesia, Butler's Effervescing Magnesia, Roach and Bedbug Bane. - , i. Balsams Extracts, &c. Balsams Canada, Copaiva, Peruv, Tc lu. Extkacts Extract of Butternut, Hy osciamus, Stramonium, Colocynthj Gentian, Bark, Rhubarb, Jalap, Opium, Catechu, Ci cuts, Belladonna, and Liquorice; Swt. Spir its of Nitre, Compound Spirits of Lavender. Spirits of Hartshorn, Spirits of Mindererus Spirits ' of Wine, Huxham's Tincture of Bark, Hoffman's Auodyne Liquor, Munated Tincture of Iron, Paregoric Elixir, Elixir of Vitriol, Laudanum, Antl. Wine, Wine of Ipecac, Sulphuric Ether, Rose Water, Lime Water, Fowler's Solution, Volatile Liniment, Aqua Ammonia, Syrup of Squills, Cox's Hive Sjrup, Essence of Peppermint, Cinna mon, and Lemon. Glass Ware, &c. 3 , Show, smelling, specie, saltmoutb, tinc ture, nursing, and .wine Qottles; fancy, es sence, and prescription Vials; Cupping Glasses, Breast Pipes, Nipple Shields, Gra duated Measures, Demijohn's, Pill Tiles, Spatulas, Wedgwood -Mortars, and Pestles Miscellaneous. Gaidlitz, Soda, Saratoga and Ginger Beer Powders ; . Stoughton Bitters, Cologne Wa ter, Abchot, Court Plaster, Castile Soap, Ar senic; Antimony crude, and Glass ot Ann mony, Armenian Bole Cantharides, Castor. Catechu, Chalk, prepared; Dragon's Blood, Frankincencs, Flower of Sulphur, La pis Calaminaris. " f !smesi9, Manna, Mercur musk, iraienc , .ini, oieei filings, au:.xcj Iron,ermaceti,Trrl;J!.Tfep:,&:7ai Pearl Barley, Cut: rwrw::i 7cr, eeadf rhyirj CLrd tzllzzZT Ccbalt, Cloves, Crscus, CiLa (tcsItH vial), Litharge, Emery (powdsred. No. I fci 0), Ginger (race and . powdered), Glue, Glass (wiaw), Gallipcts, Kciay, Iststirs, Ir.lt Powdar, Lar Gates, L!;c2, npcria Nutmeg Pearlash, ; Pill r.Coss PiKtca Stone, Paper (writi lettfrtfrji; f sand). Rosin, Rotten , Stoas, Ccalea and V7etgKtsi Starch Saltpetre, Sdt3 (I-Iiccati and Rappee). CanCT Bsa (Tci), Cssj Wax, Syringes (self, P. ?i acd IrcxirtOsc? Skies, Smalts, . Spcj TocAv trurhes, Windsor Soap, Wafsrs, Zinc, Calcined nesia (Amer .), Golidsd Copaiva, Lucifer Matches, Krecta ' (pure Fr.), HrJ lii, Tbyrdace cr Lscteriucr, rrcr.i C.It; To m . L' . Jf n-t' --w ': " ' pers m tcrc."v ri-'tzrs:, n'A tzzz.ztt Jujubo Pcrta in tcrrj l-dj cirb. . j Cp, tz-'JUl, n:rcrpj Licrt Zzz'tz Trzzz. i - Verd!-riJ,Crc,Crtca, rrha nij. Chroma Yellow, Yefla Ccire, Czz iI Vermilion, Canr.Ine, Drcp LcZo, Ezzi FiS Hcd Ochre, IUdLesd, Vczz'.lzzt Hci, nisb Brown, Cpsnii 7hilTr-, V7l9 Lc Dry ; White Lead in Oil, Fti'ja TO, IrcW Black, Lamp Black, Blici IZz Tctt R? Sienna, Umber, Water Colors, Faiit Crex.V es, Sash Tools, Markbg Eruh, Capd Hair. Pencils. Clack Isd P,,;s nsu Gold Leaf, Silver Leaf, Copal Varabb, Ja pan, Bright do., Indigo, ladder. Lcswood, t;amwooa, ilea, wood, lied Oaucders, Nut galls, Cochineal, Copperas, Alusa. ; , I N. B. A constant supply 'cfMEBICITIE CHESTS, containing a complete astsnt of Medicines suitable for Plsntiticci, Ftcily or Steamboat use, always oa bsnd. (Prescriptions accvr&ely eosizi. It N. FETHERSTON'H tu Co. August 15,1859. ? ; tftjtf To Planters. Circular. TTOTE respectfully tender you oar services y v ns Commission Merahsnts cf Fac tors, for the sale or shipment of Cotton, r der the firm of C. G, DAIILGREN & OD, in Natchez, and by Samuel Wright in tfow Orleans. ' . " ; , v... w. : We are prepared to make liberal ftdvancea on Cotton consigned to us for ssle, or to be shipped to New York,1 Bostoa Liverpool, Havre or Glasgow, where we have corres pondents of the first respectability, who are thoroughly acquainted with the Cotton trade, and in every respect qtialiSsd to effect ad vantageous safes. ' Cotton sent to ns for sale, at Natchez 'or 1 New Orleans, will not be disposed of t lists at an average price for all qualities, and sales returned at an assessed value to own ers. Our system shall be to sell each Plan ters' Cotton by itself, and give every inter est the full benefit of . market competition, which is the only mode of obtaining a full and fair price. ; ; ; r i Cotton consigned to us for sale or ship ment will be fully insured, having ah open policy for that purpose. ; We are, respectfully, a ; ' 's' C.G. DAHLGREN & CO. ; August 8, 1839. f. ; tf. J(S)IH1M PKTEKIFflEpLiID;:'; Barber & Fashionable Hair Dresser, 5 Respectfully tenders his services tn the citizens of Rodney and ricinity. From many years experience in his business, in . t - A . B - omer sections oi me country, ana n desire to please, he hopes to merit and receive a li beral share of custom. -Razors put in order on short notice. ; July l, 1839. rV'. ; iuf 1 Meiss Pork, A . Superior lot of Mess Pork, put up in r barrels and half barrels, expressly for amily use, for sale by ' ' ' " HENRY & HOYLE. July 15, 1839: Henry J Hoyle . formerly occupied by Fauver and FarnsworthI where thev have iiiwi rivM , -j- - -rf A and opened a very large and well selected O X VvA OI Saddlery, Groceries, &c. Tlieir Goods are alf new. and th nuMi are invited to call and see them, as they will oe roia low. . . . - May 4 51 Larffft A snrf mVTlt nf Mnlln , m fuivi univubana wen assorted Lot of Nails, just received and for sale by A vpdv r iun j . . xtCMliX IIUILE. July 29, 1836 ; ; Bagging and Rope : era, as they are determined to sell (pod bargains. .- ".'.- r. 1 v HENRY & HOYLE. June 17, 1839.' . - Superfine Cloths. very superior lot of Blue and C!ack Cloths, just received and lor cab by GRIFFING & CAROTUEE3 A . ; : S Macabby Smifl : ; r 1 FRESH supply, just received and r tzt ... - m. mm m m- mil 'WAV v Vvi ' "... a ' . r- 'm. . - vzzzzzt.' i rncttlic:n5 c, UAX ('Ci ,sb? ':: , i. .---V I -'I , i...-.- ', -. . J ' V- S. . r J iL - ' ' - r - - " i i""5 .I; inr " " j-. r- , . r t i :.. : 4- - v TTU3T tzzzizzl aU?-zz. 'u: --rr' - -.t".-.;.i?--lr-v ' -it'-.-