Newspaper of True American, April 9, 1839, Page 4

April 9, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 4
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ý ýi". t~t ·*.U I· '1i1e Fever nad Ague, I   - , w , II o hj ve eid It rein thi l' ni ll ixi - a 1!h .ordibnarv mode of trerting :°... A4.I. In tie firt IplatUc Ib ngo Vege .1 , Itai re Pa lany deleteriou and oison t nls, it wejy Ihe tnken with the tti.nu.t stfe to hr the tenderp itfn, ornaged invalid. it pre vetnrrMPOenfihediiaser.consetqtenty the ronstitu .t: aaregin itt, wolted tIe a, atdnctivity. It estab -Iý. au I aud~rinrmanent appetite, by invigorating thi pnact rn gvs n relish tot cte enjoyments or taste. ' eaj"n1td liar in aving irgntatweq qualityi ra0aine 1&.rthabowel s Ie '. tene ihis tisurler, or to cereate onnerltoeneer, but thrmttugh y clensera the several or -o fdigeioi., andi thun bencfilt' le o yttem wil telio.. e te r o Naliot. it mtv Ihe oppressed. JIatd.i tale, aiber the one oftle Tooi, Mitllre, have . etOsed h, iall the ,unl rnOsean f the dsrase, unltnvn petd aco y vmelltosn of return. whleeas by toe-ten tftitetCtomt reomnnllec. there i alwas tcretn ta| u.n itrre.ned liabili ty to roetrronct. TIhe danger uFl'- ( lent reloltres ftile Ag te, is vert etvilent, for l 9 ,attnt will sloon btco,,,e too rilolrc lrtoto to "l alIe ta rnet with ,,ediriueo, d s.leediily fll Ia v c fnI uel illt.eoent vtinle e' The Tot is. ,ixture is eo• rd at ch a re tAoliTablo priTe. is tit place it il hilt the i'h ofeveryv o.e:--w that.., tin tir std I detitute ae Ihereby fnrnished w it n.istal e,wI ,t, tt ol citi ig the tid'undaitenltice wthich to fttquettly dt.ied to them. or nln very relte¢tttlr bestowed. f l''hoe tuli are re..Ittlly r '"utitl o,e agtnet ti.ete Olon itaitatiua of this meodillte., Ihot are idaily offered "Ittl'pep.r.nl onlt ., Dr. Johnl R. Rowand, at his Lharlmrator, Mlurktehtrr.,,i Philndalltia.t s oij et cribors are the wholesale agen:t, for tile .--i.fer .U h rt traten, andti will nell bv tie grese, at itw t-he lPhia prices. '1',: bie lhad ut retail alson, at ..et-flbe. Amohecari , itt the city. JAIIIIS & ASDREWVS, Wholetale I)rtg-ists, LnviO 'or Colnlnn t& 'I'ehoittitlt n Mississippi and Louisiana Hotel, O"tViNr.TON. 1.4 Ii~. MARY KIi(KLAND respectfully an. S ro1 nooes to her friends and thie public gene. -ally.hast'he is prepared to accommodate them at hd taloioe establishment, and hopes from her skertiods to render visitors comfortable, to receive _ continuance of former favors. She fIels confi. dent that persons visiting Covirlgton during the ommer months, cannot find bctter accommodations than she can afford them, on more liberal terms. fier iroseo is pleasantly situated, and well supplied with every convenience; the bar is furnished with the most chloice liquors, &r. in short, she promises '~oat nothing shall be wanting on her part to give stire stlifsaction to all who may patronize the .;bisisslppi and Louisiana Hotel. je3 j O fIfTEPUBt IC'.- h undersigned. having Sstudied under Dr. Sl.mnidt of Charleston, SouthlrCarolina, and for some years his assistant in the practice of medicine and surgery, has the honor to offer his professional services in this city. He assures the ladies and gentlemen that tihe most prompt attention will be paid to the calls which may be made; and also offers his services to the holders of slaves, being well acquainted with the diseases common to them, having attended them in tieslngar house in Charleston. The famous anti.bilious pills a ter the composition of Professor Smollette, with directions, can be had et the undersigned. The efiTct which they have prodcerd in this and other cities, has been attended with the greatest success, to which the best of references can be given. Apply at No. 166 Mago. sine strUet. JNO. M'LORING. IIOLU'h W I..WR OL -CREVWSV,- SAD IRHONS, &e. T IE HlOWELL WORKS COMPANY, No. 238 Water, near aBeikman street, New York, have received the past season, and are cor.stantly receiving large and extensive additions to the stock of tihe alove goods, which now consists of tire allowing assol tment,.suitable for the southern and weootern markets.. Hollow ware of superior qiuality, consisting of about 1500 tons, viz, Pots nof 2 different sizes, from 2:8 to 50 gallons, Kettles, 15 sizes, from 3:8 to 30 gallons, Kettles, 15 sizes, from 3:8 to 18 gallons, Bakepans or Ovens, 7 different sizes, Tea Kettles, 6 rdo nkillets, . 5 do Flat Spiders . 6 do Covered Spiders, 2 do Oriddles, . . 4 do Fire Dogs, . G do Wagon boxes from 1 1.4 to 4 3.4 inches. Cart do. 5 to 7 inches. Wood Screws, 20,000 gross, iron and brass, from :9 inch, No. 3 to 3:9 inch, No, 24 of a superior quality and finish, and less than Jaroe's imported prices. Sad Irons, assorted, in casks of about 500 lbs fr retailing. Tailor's and hattor's Irons, assorted. Sash weights, 100 tons, assorted from 1 4.41 to Bells for Plantations, steamboats, churches, &c. made to order, Also steamboats and other machinery made to order. The above assortment of goods is particularly oeommendod to thi attention of Southern and Western merchants, and are offered for sale at low pribes, and upon the most liberal terms ; it is be. lieved to be the largest and best assortment ever offered for sale by any one establishment in the United States. Merchants, by forwarding a request by mail, can have' a prinind circular, with description of goods, prices and terms, from which no deviation is ever made, furnished by return of mail. AL-orders will receive immediate attention. New York, 1838. 1J3 -NO QMEOcURY-NOR CoPAIVA " New Urleansi, Nov. 4, 1837. A 1OL'P six monulh ago I had iIUe miliortune to got a secret diensme, Ibr which I have applied to seve ral dhctore for a cure, and they dill colt icure i, e, iowi Sthl.eabove date IL put myself undner ith care o I)octor Huet,and I expneet him to cure nm. Since ihnt time a the disease gut worse, so as to break oe t in large ulcers to the number of six or eight on eni h leg, niI all over my face, and adre tllrolnt, and inot able to work ut he present tild, l accttueuit of the disease; ierge ilcer oil thre right side of the throeat. I am liny putting imy.elf confidently under the care of Dr. Huier, cf Paris, to beperfeetly cured JOHN I)EAN. feIl4 1y 1 DO CERTIFY thlt the above mentioned disease is Sqtlite well cured to my wni satisfctiun, foir which I 1 thank Il)r. HILet; audi moreover 1 assure tihat tile medi erne 1 have taken mekes ie flt, and did not injure ily teelth at all; Ileirefre I advise m f lliw saitluerers ti lose tlin lime and nllly to Dir A. Lhluet, '2I Crtol F lstreet, between D)atphine and IBotrbol selreeti. IDr. Huet is at Iltomle frmon oelick, A MI, nlil 4 P S1. They will find a true doctor Ibr this co eilinit. JOHN DIEAN. 41 firevier street. If any one wants to see me, call at No. 41i Gruviet JOIIN DEAN. Nlew Orleans. Feb I, 1838. Feb l4 Itv TI1iE Genuilne nlado Italsnmufcl.ivM it taid plre i. hound, in puilt up in bottles t the low price of .5 cents each, contlailnig tile stregth of three ounces of Livetwort, heli les tilia irtels ii munv other rioot and herbh known lamtlhg the Illdiull. s as ecieacious in curing t pulmonary comiplalits. 'he uniovalled asucees which has attended the 'mie of this itestllitble Baltecmi whlerever it hos been illtro dilced, ha oibtained theioelfdonence iii reciniiiellda tiotO ofrepectauble llphysicians, for Ite cure oif collghs, colds, pain in the aide, waolt of rest, spittillg oc blood, liver complaint, e&. To whom it nlay concern. Th'iis i to cerliv that we have ill or pralcice freqoetliy irescribed Mirs Gard ner'oindia il tlslim oti lierwor ac"i d Ilenrhoinul, wit a decided good effect: we call tlerefore, fromm the know. ledae of the imaterinl. it is macde frome, and criervlaon and l xieriem, recoumlmund it as a eullerie' Ire )aretiagd I oral those olnections of the luole folr wlhch it ii re nlmmeldedal. AI.BEItI' WILI A s, MI. DI). CALVIN Ei.LIS M. D. Moembee of tha Boston Medical Association. * hloaton, October 85. sale by JARVIS & ANIDREWS, 1 i I1, 9 ( mi u i t i ti I I: ll iitl n i llt thOI.ettAR'S .eunlce ciuvted le ciicl ctnidjan, IF lier sale iat lleir ielllcliil \\lrilo. t ti oliem e No. 8 (Chtem r r.- t, .\ew I)rlec.c.., IUi trltodwuy New Y Lrk, ieu icie ic ., i i olil,.. It i e parti:llnrll deoiled Ici vabl. le0 ners. nd BECI( i, mliis ui n C I 't lr Ier-anm fli te. oa il h;e Lodidet aild gelliemlCell are ilveled to call l c xullalill ue tile aystelil fior themiertceo. I.eyllue are. iven i ar lct llhUst ul aly lllt tile elcvenience octall, aod te clasef fouried ill tly port lf the city. Ladies wl re Irfer itciil receive lessolls a li toirtown ref slenoes. - PerO.n W p yiag . e , Inree oflhessonotre esirerd 6 attr , " ''" O " o vellOatlllevi wh.l "______ .2T.3aL . ItItt'llIIti.. H'r It'E LE.\U-5 utle, 15911 Iliocaci - 411 kegs,lO0 " 2011 do '«5, .noglhdi io t-45 Ic-4 bbe. 400 , Wl Paitt loruslee, variei us sizes; I ellVon rlilliill 5 h ro Silver do; j 'DO W GLASS, Amerioan, Elt lish al d French It. hoile venous r.nizc nd qualili,.. Ztoe emrownt do.--,U0 buoeeccsitoilelnteI, will ie :Also, p generl assortment aof artinto' .cltior and iabls, uwihele by , V SC,,t' ES, No Cannl street. N B. Alaama ntee Inken eat I r" n d Missesipipi tetes will le received et i0 per cent dicount for glcod*, s. bispayientl ofdebte.- je I iw .M RBLE CIi*NEY PIECE WVnassuoue, Cytomhouse street, opposite the post.oflice. The ubiseriboer are nowJaeceiping from their fec tories ino ew Yurk, and will keep constantly on land a general assortmenootf Marble Mantle Peces afsuperior w..rkmanship. and of the latest patterns, spdde of the bent Egyptian, Italian, Irish and A.meriean smrbie. Also, Monumntoo, Tombs and lrave Stonei, moulded and plain sills and lintels, marble faeings, hearths and bopndary-stone. plaster .'ar.ds, Roma.n & IJdrablie Cemoent and Plaster. ' lir, togethr a splendid assortment of kears mrted ao . te and Russia Iron ales of the nuewt ý approved patterns. ,t.erlng one in i tJanOer and at the seet gso.ee.. "Tr h ave lInt rate workmen to 'AVdES KAIN & STRROUD i "' Tork dk W e lackete PACKETS FOR NEW YORK.-New Line. --To sail punctually every second Monday during the season, full or not full. Ship Orleans, 599 tons Capt. S. Sears, Ship Alabama, 474 do C. C. Berry Ship Arkansas, 627 do E S Dennis Sh. S.rntoga, 542 do eW Hathwaoy, Ship Nashville, 540 do D Jackson, Ship Kentucky, 629 do J Bunker The above ships are of the first class, coppere and copper fastened, and having been built in New York expressly for thi tradce, they are of light draft of woatr and almost invariably cross the bar without any detention. 'The commanders are men of great experience, and the ships will always be towed up and down the Mississippi by stea.mboats They have handsome furnished accommodations, and stores of the best description will always be furnished. The cabjp passage is $90, without wine or liquor, and There is no liquor furnished to the oflicersor crew. For freight or paonage apply on board, or to II C AMES, 48 Camp st. The ships are not accountable for breakage of glass, hollow ware, marble or granite, cooperage of tin, or rust of iron or steel, nor responsible for any package or parcel, unless a regular bill of lading is executed therefor at the oflice of the elts. nov27 NEW ORLEANS AND BALTIMORE LINE OF PACKETS. This line will copsist of tihe following vessels, which have been liilt or purchased expressly for t the trade, viz: Ship Seaman, Capt. Miner, Bark Mary, Nickerson, *a Irad Ferry, new ii Stevens, , Soelomon Saltus, II Latham, Brig Architect, *, Gray. llThese vessels are of the first class, have hand. some furnished eccommodations, and are of a light draft of water, so as to adlnit of their receiving and discharging their cargoes in Baltimore, at the city. a Freight will be taken for ports on the Chesapeake or James' River, and forwarded by the agents, ilessrs. CLARKE & KELL IGG, at Baltimore; expenses on goods shipped will be advanced when required. The price of passage is fixed at $60, ample stores of the b st qmnahty will be provided. Steam up and down the Mississippi will be taken oar all occasions. For freight or passage, apply to GEO. BEDFORD, nov7 22 Blienvil!e t. FOR NEW YORK. [Lsuisiana and New York Line of Packets ] 'TriE Ships composing this line wll sail from New Orleans and New York on every other Mon dny--commencing on tile 201th November-and to insure the punctuality in tile timie of sailing, the line will hereafter consist of five shimps, viz: Ship Yazoo, Captain Trask, to leave on the 20th1 November. Ship Louisville, Captain Palmeer, to leave en the 4th December. Ship Iluntsville, Captain Eldridge, to leave on tihe 18th December. Ship Vicksburg, Captain Woodhouse, to leave on the 1st January. Ship Mississippi, Captain Davis, to leave on the 15th of January. The above are all new, of the first class, copper d) and copper fhastened, and upwards of 500 tons burthen, are of light draught of water, being built in New York expressly for tle trade. Theim price of passage is fixed at 100 dollars: their cabins are fitted up in the most improved and convenient plan, and finished in a neat antd elegant style - Ample stores of the first quality will be provided, and every regard paid to the comfort and entire satisfactien of passengers, who will please take no. tice that no berth can be secured until paid for at the offee of the consignees. These vessels are eomnanded by captains well experienced in the trade, who will give every at tention and exert themselves to acoammodate. Thley will at all times be towed up and down the Missi-. sippi by steamboats, and the strictest punctuality olerrved in the time of sailing. Timhe owners of these shipm will not be responsi. ble for any ller, ,arcel or package, sent by or put on beoard of tremn, unless a regular bill of lading be signed therefor, at the counting house of tihe agent or owners. For further particulars apply to J D BEIN & A COHEN, nov27 90 Common st S~ EW OIILEANS & CIIARIES'IsON PACKETS This line consists of Iour vemsels, all ot the first class, coppered and copper fast. ened, and of nabout 200 tons burthen, with handsomne accommodations for plssengers. Threse vessels are commanded by coapmins wel experienced in the trade, who will give every at tention, and exert themselves to acconltmodato the shippers. They will bin towed up and down the Mississiplpi, and leave New Orleans on or before the 10th and 15th of every month. The following vessels comnpove the line, via : Brig Arabian,Charles G( rdon, master. Brig C lapman,J. II. Thompson, master. Brig Almena, J. Doane, master. Bark Roger WVilliame, J. Allibere, mnaster. For freight or passage, apply to J. A. BARELLI & CM, 61 Comemon st. New Oileans, or M. C Mmmelmreni.Chnmlmmnmmn. erm I Lie of Packet Ships.-This new line of ships has been expressly built to run between the above ports, and Will be found of suitable draft of water: accommodations for passengers, and every effort will be made to give general satisfaction, The Inoe is composed of the fo'lowing ships: Cherokee. 415 tons Capt. J Harding, Carolina, 400 do S Lemist, Charleston, 374 do D Eldridge, Columbiana, 625 de G Barker, Seaman, 240 do J Iowes, Bombay, 625 do D Iumpbhrey. The above ships are all new, of the first lass, copper fastened and aoppered, commanded by men ofgreet experience, have large accommodations, with a separate ladles cabin; every attention will be paid to p.asengers, and the very best of stores pro vided for thier. The packets will be towed up and down the Mis oissippl, and the strictest punctuality observed in the time of sailing, and should the regular vessels be detained in arriving, other ships equally as good will in all eases be substituted. A shlare of patron age is solicited, and tire agents pledge themselves to Seeonmmodate as much as practicable, to receive and forward goods by said line at the most modor. ate charges, and to advance all expenses on goods shipped, if required. The ships will leave the let and 16th of every me ith. For freight or passage, apply to the agents. J A MERRITT, 82 Common st. N. B. Advancements made oil consiglnme:ts to Messrs. A. C. Lombard & Co. nov27 . 'lsiUStJe HAK"I' & CO, are now receivlng lron. on board ship Orleans. Eagle, lighlander, 'oker leary Andrew, French and German play cardn; Buck gorammon Beards; Clessmen, 21-4 and 23-8 irer Bit ard Balls; 8,9, 10 and 12 inch blade Bowie Knives; I.rnather anl other travelinig Dresseing Cares; Belt, 'ocket, tloeeman's, and Dr.lling Pistols; dlble andl single barrelled Guns; Game Bage; Shot l3elts; Powder .-iai Pistol Flasks; Draml BIttles and Drinking Cps;; Parctemeion Caps and Cap Holders; Cloth, elair, 'enth: seot Nail IBernl'hr; Orris arrl 'Chlorine Tootl Wash-V i T'Ithi Powder; Toiletrand Shaving Soaps, inl great v riers; Ilrg Ilalr Braide, ltinrlets rr Frlerisot ; Pero. anl'eilei IerPow er, Emere (11n'; Ivory ITu Cuslions' Patent Slires or iGarterS; Grrmr Elantie rr.spendLeee; Powdelr lllrl' and loxe.r Gih ClrhainsR, .'eels and Keye; ear-drope; Wirst Brackl'.; B.celelr"; enri Nerklaevr and Chains; Gilt and Sirvered Beads;.lnlian lends, BeIlls and Plnmes; Shell 'Twist; Side anml Dressine Crnrebs; whieh, in addition tr t heir former stock e on ItIlrand, maken their assortment very cnrpl te, and rill ie sold Iw seld on liberal erse, at the lria of thie Grhleni Combllh. i25-tf 70 Chartres street. itI I SuF. s ibcrierys, AgenrIsfar the extensie ihmse lof SW. & S. Butchleer, Sheffield, Enrlandl, haive jusr reerved a very xtlensive set of pn' r.rl , lr..'lilrCti of Ji'arlrn d I)essert Knives of " -, derrirltioln, Pen, Pocket, IDirk, anl Splier po)lint IilvesL Ruzor', Se:ia sors. Edge Toolse,&. &c. &e. whihll tlley are prepared n exhibit to the rnlde lor orlere. Terms and conditionlt:: will ie made kinown it the ihnrIe. rln J. I). EIN& A COIIi':N. Conmmon e. NEW itOOliS. "I\.MIIOS, IIARTT & CO.-Are now receiving I" per ship Ihltntville, Eagle, Merry Amthew, Hli gh arkcl, French a.dli German doule hleald id.,ving.ers:: ster, i. It alnd pociket pistols; plain, rilledl and split etusion e:sps: cap Ilierts; seisslors, liazors, len. I ves; (illott's eommerci:al nd other steel pens; Vio ni; Violit stringls; shell, ivory sall hnorl colnhs; waltr: k, bhead and leatlergporses; hair braids, frot satill ack ringlets; negro pullf; German and FIrench colgKneI water, Itowlaids maneasser oil, iitationl do; antitlle unl hears oil; portable desks and dslessing esses: past blaeking; statin and toilet glasses; convex minrros; op cal glasses and views; Indian hois, bhells and p1hnes; esrsleont; whit-twine; toilet and shaving soaps; toilet owder, c-smetie wash halls; seented latin cushiou; pool stands; sncrew ctshions; fanlys bead chains and neckhsces; billiarl balls; pocket books and wallelts; Gerluu holoes; razor strelo; fine silld conlmolt gtlln olastic nUslsdulert, gsresslors Bells lucifer uwthes;a sil v er pelenils; Creyona, dec. so . Tlie sbove ilhaddition to our former stock of fancy rsieles, mskesolr tssortlll.l very opllllset. For osde Iwholesale or retail; s the sign of uthe Golden Cnmb, 7 Charts'e street. A n¶tR.O. A NE\V ticle for persons troubled with deaoness, (cealled site Ear T''rumnpet,) ha just been received, bh the use of ws hieh, tihe slightest articulation of the iL-. lan vcice is disinetiv convered to tshe rar. Any one wtho haI ever seen ebilged I, oeonverr "with a vers des peraos, must hle fully rosihle of hrl diicult sesd eil. Ealum nbo xspersneed boto ty themselves and the in dividuals so unforusseslv alflioted. ly tle use of tshe Ear Trumpet. this ohjetios in entirely aisvinsed. The msnl epteal hlave ssIoly a. endedteluier doubt after having used tsi Trunpet. For ssle at T F GUION'$, Fscv otlee.ernser Iof Csllllsslno alll St (i:illeatr reets nIoiils," ii.' 1s Isi 1,1s. ri• 1a , BOOK BINI)ERY. Under the Picayune Ofir e, 72 Cnmp st. BRONSE;A '& HOWSON beg leave tn infrrm their, customers and the public generally, t:n, they have removed their establih.ment to No. 72 Camp street, inmediately under the olfiee of the ieavune--where they are prepared to execute all orders in their line. HiKing received from the North a supply of py. per and mdireials of n ruperior qua'ity, for the mainufacture of Blank Books, they offer their sere vites In merihants and other-, who lmay wish work of that kind : and havin thle advagtage of several yaars's experience in that lille, they are confident of civine satisfaction to those who may favor them with their custom. For notaries, archuects and others, maps and plans will ibe pasted on linen, varnished and mounted in the netrost manner, & at the shortest no ice. Plain and fancy bindina, in all its varieties nl. . . .- . . . - - CII.aA OLAdi &k EARI'IIEN WAE S'I'UITO E 36 Charrea street, New Orleans. W M. SERGEANT & Co. importers of French and English China and Earthen ware. are now opening new and rich patterns of breakfaet, dining and tea services, toilet sets, pitchels, tea and coffee cups, teapots, sugars, creams, bowler, plates, dishes, tureenls, wash basins and ewers, font baths, etc. etc. Rich cut and plain French and American glass. warr--ohlets, champaignes, lemonades, jolliec, clare's, Winee, cordials, centre howles, docantters, toumblers, preserve dlshes,celeries, pitchers, lamps, lamip cshade and glasses, candle shadon, salt cel ler, etc. Silver plated, lronzed and britania wares--cas tore, liquor stands, cake hobkets, candlesticks, branches, spoons, ladies, coffee and teapots, sugarr, creans, lamps, japanned trays, astral stands, and hian.ine lamps, tine cutlery, German silver spoons antd forks, together with a great variety Ifaorticles lfo family use. Merchants, planters, hot, In, and steamboats, furnished wih goods at the Imost rea aonable prices, and packed so as to be contveyd with salety to any part of the coun ry. Ala. nelheerneries' .1lneaware. nn\ 2 THE FLORIDA LINI S Fren Mobile tIn Augousta, G(e . , leaves Mobrie every day at thllree o'clock. p n per U S mail boatr for Ill~'s Lndling, above Bllkely,-thence four pest llJ ches to Pensarola-thenco steamnboats to Lngr nee, where lhe land route is resumed-therice via Marialnn and IlBrwtsville, Fla. BUlibridge, Pinderlorw n, I[Iwkinsville. Sonnderevile & Loutie. villetoe Augusta, Ga, connecting re.ularly with tillhe ril rod cars Ito Charleston, anl Ihe steam packets to Now York, Noriolk, Pailadelphio, etc. The stearnboats are the best for the service, and thle navigation prescnls more advantages than can he found uonll any steamboat route in the south, ern region. The great improvenments in ithe route have heenro produced by the construction of lifty miles of new road, by the prlprietore, viz : frmi,. L.raGrnge oni Lolayevrte Bayou, an arm of Santa Rosa BUy, to Blryallls Ferry, on the Chattahboullee river, ten rmils above the Cowlerd. or 14 above Cedur IlluffT wherrPy the navigarttmn o the river, and the con sequoen detentions, and more recently the incon vetnient crossain, trt the Cowford, are entirely avoided, and a fine road from Marianna irecet ltto Bainbridge, instead ol the reundabout rood via I Chattahoherr e, lessening ther distance about forty miles, and increasing the facilities more than once a day. Aloo, a branch line of t we horre rst ,.e every other day fom II lwkinavtlle, via P rry to Macoeo, Ga. connecting with the line to Savannaht and Darien, Gen. A roll strrlllnoat ilies regularly he-ween Bainbridge and Apalalchicola. Travellers wishing to reach any point on Chattahoochee or Apalaehr cola, can take steolr boat at Brownsville. Mobile to Pensacola-Land Rou:o--During the time occupied by the repairs of boats, the propria. tors of the Florida line will run a line of four horse post coaches every other day between Mlo bile and Pensaeola. Passengers will leave Mobile at 3 o'clock p m, in the U S mail boate and proceed to lalol's Land ing, where a four horse coach will In. n waiting to convey them to tire excellent house of Mr. Charles lall, I 4 mile distant, where they will find pleasant accotmmodations for the night--leaving next morning, they will arrive in Pensacolu early in the evening, thus avoiding the discomfort of enight travelling. Office at the Mansion Iloue, Mobile', ned Col. line' tlotel, Pensacoln, where seans must be secu red. S'I'OCKTON & Co. nov I Piano Forre Insructlion. William Smith tenders his services to the eiti, zens of New Orleans as a teacher of the piano forte. Mr S having been employed several years as a eacher of music inl private fumilies inl B.ston, and also at several of the feale seminaries in in its vicinity, cannot but hope to merit their conlidencee. He is permnitted to refer to Rev Dr Cl,,pp, Massrs Stetson & Avery, Henderson & Gaines. For terntms, e please apply at tsre bookstore of AlexanderT,,wer,49Clltpast act 2 Drugs and lledirincs. J B Prevost Ihas ieated himself in this city for the purpose of transacting a general Wholesale Drug business. lie is now receiving a full supply ol Iresh and genuine nrticles, which he will sell on liberal terms To city druggists, and those of the interior, to physicians, merchants and planters, he will ulier inducemennts such as hlav never he. fore been offered in lhis city. His intention is to do a strictly legliimaie business. His stock will soon be complete, and in a few weeks will be rea. dy for business. All orders from the country,nnil from merchants of ti i' city, receiving such orders will be promptly attended to. not Nu 30Camnp st W. ilEI-SAI.E AND) REI'AIICO3Mll ANDI VA iIllE'TY STORE-at the sign of tile golden comlb,nlo I Chartres streer. Tlhe saibrilbers have re ceived, int i.lition to their previous stock on lhaed, l full arid golalete; aassortlent of articles in tlheir line; via: tolhbs rerftniurrl. Jewellry, brushes, locking glasser, n iy nrrirler , es.trlnsisting its part as follows: (Ci)IIS--torltose shell wrought and pain tnck,twist, qgilled back, long round, dlressing, sid iill t; curland neck, Irazilitin erllltbsn of Cevery dineseripiion amlongst which are som Mexicanll patter, Ivory combs of every dascriptien, hora, dressing and iracket, togleter with a general assnrtlment oflrenat iany Amle.riean. IPERFILERY-CColone, lavenaler, Florido, honey, hay, rose, and orange Ilower wafers of every size and del - ernption, calmphoraed Cologne, extract of BIrgatont, lahne soaps ofn all kingls slaving do in cakes and opots, eret, lenIIa tdo, \Vard's vegetale, hair ilfn ears nlb ant tiqluedo. 1 resutn's smelling salts, plain amd parfinned ld powderw luarl powderG pow er pal's and boxes po nlatuln inj pots nld olls,orris and elluorine tooth wasi ndil ,onris, wil it generala assortient of JIEW:ELIY-sonke ofthe latest ind ost fastlonas ile ettns, censisting of white and red cornelita, topae At. jet eardrops, set in filagree, breast ,inis eof a grea -.ne tv of patterns, nwatch trni igraL gi and silvg r tic.kles, silver thimblesr siler iand guliiP 1Ceoiland guard chains IBRUSt1ES-Cloth, hair, idust, ag,crumb,hetrth,floor, hat, lesh, troth, plate, enoub, Nail, shavig, shoce and whitenwash brnishles. LOOKING GLASSES--German stnias and toilet annlsss, magnifying Oand French dressing glssoas, hoiae o, with a variiv of other kilnds not enumerated. IFANCY ANI) VARIETY ARTICLES-Frenel and American oratnble tdeks antd dressinig ases, some very rilch and finely finished ladies work boxeannad dres singcases with annd lwithont music, mnusical boxes, Ae cordiansl o lvarilous kinds, violins and gaitrs, silver iandi plated pencils and lead,wood poencilsa lor earpenteres and erayonr,iantle eloeks,gunnsand pistols with and without eases, pteraussaon caps, aperuasin cap chalrgers, ,il ,ls screw drivers, sht heltrs,game Inags, paste blacking, toy tena sels, Ilndianhbe tnd of every kindl, bells and riimiea, fineand atlnaonla knives, rate anid scissours, rnlinlles, nredtles, pills, ilver platerd, steel and nonninina spctta cles, tlocket hookta atid wallets U variousi kinds, visaiting eardi nlli carnnd cases, playing cardsa of Frn'llhel, Gienna alld Alalricllnt aanlnufactiuree, dolls, ilnitatiolln frlitil boxes, prnllr il"t varnlotS kindi, Slnllders' I'olnervU'e, EIaaicrsoa's, lilanan's and llawkii's nrazor straps iald ietaallie Iiaoers, irks, fancy beai naeklnecs, dl w'th c-a.r dreops,toy watches, ienarl itlnlrns, powder flasks, ut land plainesali, aesdn,, tiaId ailt er .o, guimilnetic Sllalen Siers, and garters, plain and siword caries, Ilauiigaamon nborals, dlice, opticealviennes, jewsllarps, hufoclm IIIItiatcl Seas alid drinkingt cips, with a greatn variety otler t arrli alle, all ofwhi I will Ie sold fie cash or city aiceptan ife ra 'mona manths credit. II SIMMONS, & co. ad4 710 Chartresal. 1, tiIiI' lMedical ,i.,ks--lioniua en Itlatisisc do. on IL bloodletting, a icw ourtply, rec'd Iy fI ei A TOW\A Rt, 49 Cam is PERM il 011 . 11(l graliens pute winter A7 perm O il, in casks and bbls, for sale by JAIRVIS & ANDREW:. Wholesale l)rotgg ale, corner C1 mnuon and Tchap I.s streets. .r 1"I Cologne WaVer, Prrluterr y, &c.-A spleldidl Srtirle of cologne, put op exprsslyv for the retail trade; nalo the purest F ench Perf.lrer, rnlbra j ing every variety for tile illoe,, Ior rsP hV ,cr 2 REF5S & D'[ANG. To Country Melchanus and Planters. Neoro ctohs, blankets,, flnnel.s, hIneys, lowell shiri.ous, clreks, linens. caliroep, handkerchiefs, &c &e received and lor sale low by he sulbscri be . IROTTA & Co. oct. corner Coanal and Chartres P1 . S .Ei;()UR, No 54 Conde stret.l, tertwen Duomain and St Philip, keeps conenantly on hand an extensive nsesrtlt.eni t lfoots and brogans, and shoes, li New York manufactulre. or en. womlen ,.ad children of all naes, which lie will dispose of at very moderate priers. Famisliesof his als gintanee on sendiing an onrler will hve tllelr wishes attended to L S SEGOUR J :AN )IAl ID FAtINA'S COLOGNE WATER 1 casee mere of this superior Cologne water, just trecriLved ald ifor sole Irv the dozen or single Lottl:. Also Amlericn llllnd Frenchll toilet polwders, powder r ulT and oxc, shaigi llnd toilet lIs, cosmer wll bulls, milk iof rolrr , ollieic rold crium, extrlas o mlusk, kephalia, Wlrd's vegetable hair oil, poratlllan, nrele de perse, Floridln. llvecidir, rose land bay waters, Presfs: ,'s snits, Mhtrseilles perlumery in trunk'-, ve,.etn bile a td liquid ton. e, Cihrine andil Orris tooth wash, clotlt.hair. to,;hn:il and flersh !,rtnhe; torgether withl sn addlitinnal spplv f fasrlionable Ihro and shell csmbs and jeoelryrir yule low at whole.ale or r, tail hy .tl.l\lN.N, IIARTrIT tc;ts, hju, 7. .7 ttrrhrtr,. FerP-. 11HE IN)IAN'SI PANACEA. R O1 thecure of rerouitism,scrofula or kings evl,gnlt N F aeitien or hip .out, inci;.ient canners, salteheitm, silhiliti ant. merorial disees, panrtiulanly eulnrs and 1imlutilaffectqns ofthe bones, ulcerntddl throatsr! no tills, ulcers of every description, fever sores, and internal ea abseases, fishllas, piles, setld head, scurvy, biles, chro- P1 nec soreeyes, ervnpelin,blothes, and every varietyofln taneots aftiction, chronic Catcrh, hlead ache proeetl- ato ing from any acrid humor, pain in the stomach and dys pepsin proceedingfrom variation, affections of the liver, exi elronic inflammation of the kidneys, and general dtebili- ant ty caused hy atorpidaction ofthe vessels ofthe skin. It ni is singlarlyefficaciousin renovating those constitutions lot which hnve been broken down by injudicious treatment, lie juvenile irregularities. in general terms, it is retom- 't" atmeted in all those diseases which arise from impurities nal of the blood, or initiation of the humors, of whatever art nameorkind. no Some of the albove complaintsmay require some tri- prm flingasistant applietions, whieh thcireumstanees of the se case will dicta.; but for a general remedy or Purifieator O to remove the eanse, the INDIAN'S PANACEA will d generally he found sullffiient. P" TO THE PUBIAC. I flow true it is, that modern Physicians, in their am- of hition to excel in their proefession; explore the vast fields cli of science by the aid oftchemistry, ant seek out new re- no medial agents; in short, to arrive at perfection in the Y practice by means of art alone,--entirely overlook andti negleet, as beneath thllet notnce, the rich and bounteous in stores ofmeedicine, which the Almightly has caused to tat spring out of the earth in every clime! And how muoh U more true isitthat while the American Physician looks to to foreign coountries for many of his most common and th neessary articles, perpetnally changing as they are at A the dictates of fasbion or folly, lie is snrrt'untded in his J own country with an endless prof fusion of nelical pilnts, o sufficiecnt to answer any indication in disease or to cure G any curable disorder; and yet le is ignorant of their vir- ih .toes, and they are suferled to 'wastcthCir healing oo the " desert air.' The effects of vegetable medieines upon the system are temioroary-those of mine'lis lasting. The former ex ertthleirtll'ects ant paseoff--the latter, mercury in par ticulnr, act chemically upon the solids, decomiposing tile bones and umtermmining the constitution by a slow and sure destrunction. The congeniallity, efficiency and SAFETY ofvegeta ble remedies over ninetnal, may be estimated brcontrast ing the ancient practice with the modern; or, to bring ii niore inmediatel unoler otur ownl observation, titr l di an practice withlhat of the whites. Who, in Ameriea, , . as not known or heard of repeated ilstanles wherein t some decrepid, itpnreteldingfoemaleltldiuat, by meatns of her simpnle remeies alone, has aflirtel tihe most rapid e and nstonising eres, afterthle .lateira ediien of thle a ,ommon practice, directed in the most skilful mannter, has foiled ? And wlho has not been surprised at the eom parativeease alnfacility ithl which the Indian frees himt self iromn any dliase, atnd at the almost tota abstinence ofcl'onictlihseaseamong themn Who has ever heard ol an Indian with a constitution broken andl ruined by illtryatmentot A:td call a idoutexist tihat this hlapp ex emotlion of the savage from most of the ills whio lle the I flesh of man in heir to, is heliefly oing to none genit and safe remedes which he eolmploysn? 't'iis astonish ing difference in souccess, is la fir exempilialltion of the intinite supleriority of the simple no d sae means of cure which Gold has crented for the benefit of his children, over those which tie pridte and the art of mani have in vented. ri From a long residence among a portion oltheaborigin I al inllulitltsof thiseonntry, andaln intimte acllquin- P tance wilth the mnetihls of cure of somoe of their motst successflul pIractitioners, the Iroprietor ofe 'The Indian's Palnaceena,'aetlorel d a ktlloledge of some of thIe mostt powettilantl faio.iteeiticedies. Fromthese he selected hell aswere nlost elmecious and a pprprili tee, and alfter : valriousexperimenlts to tst theilr prllinlciles tll| slsrength, I lie has conbiled them ill the Im Itlnere presented, ats tie most .iell eI aid 6belicliall lor the pwlllpose tlor which it I is recommented. I 'lhe prolprietoro ieirslhis preplaration to the Ipulic, wili tile conscioluslass thlatit he is ,lacing wlithinlteir sea, a reniedy catlapable oftrlieving mtany of his alllieted lf l low bcings, wiho alre suliilile'rig Itnder the vanolls elhronie 1 ml onhstintlte eomnltnias to whihl it is applicable. To 5 such it will prove of innieculable value, as tile means, anti in nany cases, the only means ofrelievingttheir stif ferings and restoring IheliI once nmore to health and hap piness. Th'lis is not oileed as a common remoedy, tlhat may per eIlanee te equally good with many others now in use, but as one oIch ias capable of savinglife inmany v extrieme cases which all tite onsual retediesfail. T'his it has done repeatedly; andll this is the repuatation ithasob tained wherever itlias beeln intrbudced. It is only aboot three years sincethispreparation was b presented to the publi: butll in that short stpace of time, a some hundredls of persons might be found, who would t solemnly declare that hey believed thlat their lives were saved by it, till in most cases alter they had tried manya I ndl perhaps all the comlmon remedies in vain. W1her- L :1ever it is known it is apldlv coniig into use, and this I affor'ds the most substanttilal a. convincinig proof of it t merlits. r Thle value of the Panacea i most eonspicuousin those long toalndilg atoi Sty ihiltic il1l n! stroflloos naf.ctionlls Swhlich hInve defield allt otherl it. reitCI, ano I rtetiunlatly ill those caseas where mercury has been so la istly used as to cause distressritg paies i the Ites, nodes, nearll rinl ulcers, derangement of the digestive orn.tls, &c. Thesei it comnpletely renmies, iad i all cases it entire-t ly eadielltes the dIiseases n llllot ects o ml'nlelcv, rello vo(tes the cilitltlltiont, HIId lelaves tthe Iatient sounlld and well. In rhltumntism mnl in ulcerated sore throat, its hippy elrects oare lint less a1ppalil ni, giving ihonest imnne 'ITaken in iroper loses, the lIiain' Paialccea operates as ant aelte ative nnd detergent; a tliitlptretic, diuretie, and e motitvs, Ian ant i-spasmnlie and anodyne; all ill propIer ases, asatomachi nlllld emmeiiagog. t(ener. ally expressed, it ileeaeneses all the secr'etations and ex creotons, gives tone to tie stomach, and excites eation in the glatnds ill a areticulor ltnnller. FIlr :h tihese prin.ic i pr Ies itsolaeltions ela I tgihly us in tny leambigos diseases not here speeililed, ad it has bIn i used with l tomnlerfld success a aat Si iilllll a Fall I'u rifler, by those who a re asuleet to complaintsa of thle clest, iand tvwhose constititionsrelquii e new vigor. Sch ,lpe - sons will do well to lse t v or. Ithr.ee ottlesit small tio ses. WVlleneter a diet l.ink is considered necessary, this anaeta, laknll ill a suall dose; will answerl all its 1jpur'poses, ill much lesstime, at less expense, and in a ill il milloe agleeualoe inalner Ithanl the common diet idrilnk.

. The ioilhowing ceriioaetes, out of huldreds similar, 1 whllich might be procured, are given to show the cleect of in the Ililaln's Patlacaen, iii thearious eoniplai.tst nerein Imentionedl; analsonto exhibiitn the most satistfctory manner its sunlr eri ety over the syrups in eomilnot use. CASES OF RHIEtUMATISM.I A ijnltllLlOso, Nov. 15, 1S32. en Duringlitelast wiliter anid spring,l was afllicted wilth - a very severe anlld distressing i.reunmllatiLsm, oceasioned by I expIosue ill bad weather. I ow take grealt ipleasure in : stating, that six bottles of the Indian's Ialiaeen, restored en me to elriect health, anid I coilldenttly reoLmimined it to till sinllarly afllicted. t,. JOHN FERGUSON, King st. Ca C tALSTON, a'larcl 27, 1832. at I was seized ahbout tihreyears since, with adlistessoiog i.rhiuonmatism, caused by takiig a sever e o!l, while u'i.lti theinflueneeof mcercury, nlid which lhas disabled rw 'r, f hm businest nearly ever sinae. Ihlting tilis period have been s patient in the ;Marhine liosital, in this oil, t, upiwa'rds of four ntontlls, and iearly thie mune length, its, time in the llaltimore lospital, anll tried almost ever, n- remedy, with little lenefit Ont the 16th of Februan ted last, athat time seanrely able to move abnt ulpon crutch to es, I commenced Ithe use of Indian's Planeat. In on. h monto I found myself e'tilrelv"freel from pain, anti an lnow haplpy to state that I consider mysell liefectly well. SWi1'M. 'l'UC . EI, 13 Market st. GAPES OF SCROFULOUS ULCEIIS NeW YonK, Sept. to, 1830. This may certify that in the fall of 18125, I was seize with a swellingin may neck and face, which alierward ulcerated and became large ghastly ulcers in tmy tnec. Atiertrlyng severtal physieians to o advantago, I went to Plhlnidelphla, and ptlaced myself neuer the tare, ire. Phvste antd Beach, when, alter repeated sdivationl to noeflect, I was pronouneed utterely incurahle. After. wards Itook twenty bottlesofSwaitm's Panaeea and eight bottles of Potter's Catllolieon, with no materietl benefit )espairing of life, which had now become a burthten to me, I returned to my parents in New York, in 1829, aln gave myselfup to a lingering death. Herrilg of thl great success of The Indlin's Panacea, howaver, ill case similar to ny own, I was persuattded to tr, it, as a lat . sort. To ily great surti Ise, iaS well as satisl'ation, suon tolud Ilystllt apidlty recoverUg,a :id upton taking sevetn bottles, thie ulcetrsleleld nl I beciante ierflctti well in tle course loftwo onltls, and hlave remlineld so ever since. I make th ltis selleni allld wish it pubisloed fr' ttlalt nfit ltotn tle ahe tttc. sultering muler similar scrrflnous or slyphilitic alkclttiols, that they tmay know what hp clredullllle Uho Ias sulffered every thing hut deathl, :.tid ho coosidershis life saved by tte above v W.M. IIINIIA) CauotcLar.ts. July 1t, 1431. I was titlictet, fou )ea:'s with on ulcer nl tlte leg, oc. easion:atlly accompanited with crysipelatoutts ittnflanatlin anda excessive t ain in the leg and incle joilt. Sevrta emilnet phytsiciats eoxttatetl theirskill upon it, but witll onut ermanent benefit. In tis case live bottle Indita'its fanace t made a perfect cure. MAIGAIIItE' A WEST, 1S1 Market P tqr s tlca IIFNIIY BONNAIIEL, drulggist, agen ta" tl' proprietors, l'loloupitoulasstreet 16 NOTICE--The partnership of Kellhv, M3ison &C' a tof N it( IrPen-; i\lIanl, Hlarrit &Co., tit Natlllez; I tnd III srrie, i Keliy &Co., of ItoIlay, was diai.saled onl Ile'llst oif la Ita;I, by the leath otf Satilutel Mason, aIse of the pnrlltlier of tll irals. 'l'h++ IultndrT+i hled, ,Ul'Vivtina palrtlier·, wille I c c rlred with tlu: selinlu tend clos;ing slaid Illliinrhle as: r, ldows: j Levi C Larris ill attelln Io tle settliln of thii: ilbu siness of lasona, linrris Co., n Nt'tchltee; anld Iurl<, Kil e & ( io.,tlll tlC; cnd Illenry Kll-ty ill itelltd to te settling of ttl. ltiasinesa of tKlley, Alan-l & Co., at New Orleans. lThe uanles of the several frms willbe Iselld a in t nltito·llnio l I 'l'ulose ihlrlhtd tt aidl firltt are earnestly requested ocolle filrwlrd and ia,,ke early settler nts; and tthose having clihi will please pr~ctl atheit awithout delay. II.ENRIY KEILEY. New Orlhtans, Juane 7, 1837. FI\RSII (;GARI)IEN SElI-).-- rhe slseeriber Il'bes to rexpress hiis grattful thanks to the pubn lie, for the liberal supplrt he hastreceived since he commlenced businless it thits ci. bling sole pro priet,,rol the seed store, 17 Commona street, hu io not and never was agent htr any northern seed Svender; neither is ihe connrcd ntlh any hIouse ill thit counlry-but he aissures the public llat his catnections in evary depa.rtme.ntl f tile seed blst, tness, in the dillfferet countrles of Europe are equal to that ll ally house in the Unlited tialet. lie lta. r ports seeds, pla s,&c. -fralal the llIlt exlenalve II and respectlthle nuraerlre atid seetitlltlen in Fan'lt, t Iolliandl, tlllnilm, S. land, land the no iathre Sstates-anid it will at all +,lun.. be his Inters', as it ' is hi study, to receive, In addillln o is Ilrlselll I lot k. lare ar aivals ot evry tldecriptittn, really the I, gate h ll If 1838; also, entgribed frLll re . I aill SIl .idt. The public may Itly on adlllng laull ass it sortmut t every article Is the seerd lltruf getlue ine qutlity, and Inposted Ilte by n Wm. D1 IN. Royal Collele of Physietana, Lonudon. o iginal Vegetable Hjpeian Univelrsl Medi Scine, prep.lt by W Askin, Esq. Membelr of r Ji Rival Coflege of Soryol, Licentiste of Alpihe cary's aompany, Fellow of olt Uinbu Soelety, Silgeon o to the Royal Union Pension Asoclation, Lancaster Place, Waterloo Bridge, and Perpetual Pupil of Guy' anti St. Thomas's Hospitals, London. This valuable medicine, the result of twenty years' experience and unparalleled success in the extensive a ant highly respectable practice of the propriety, ltro nised by the faeulty and nobility, and is now introtuced i to the notice of the American public, at the earnest so licitatioa of a number of gentlemen of long and high t standing in the profession. It is hoped, as a prelimi tnary step, to cheek the evils and fatal consequences arising from the use of the numerous and deleterious nostrums aoisted upon the public by the aid of fabricated proofs of miraculous cures, and other frauds, by a set of mercenary, unprincipled pretenders, n totally ignomant ot medical snlence, that it impossible the monstrous delusion can any longer ;o down with the intolligent peold"ofthiseacmtry. 'I hee pills, mil andagreeable sn teir nature, should be kept in every family in cases of sudden illness, for, by their prompt administration, cholera, cramps, spasma, fe" rs ami other alarming complainlts, which too often prove fatal, may be speedi ly cured orprnevented. Il fact, all those who vlaelu good health, shoal never be without them. They are sol' in packets at 5o tents, $t adnd $ each, by every respee table draggist, bnokseller, anti venlorof medicine in tin United States u t Ibe Casodas, with copious directions, together with: etlunonials of professional ability from Sthe follwing eminent gentlemen: Sir Astley Cocper, J t Aberethy, lames Blundcll, M. I)., V. Back, M. I)., J.-Aston Key, A. Frampton, M. D., and numierous others. The originals may be seen n possession of the General Agent, by whom the medicine is imported into this country, and to whom all applications forageneies emust be made. JNO. HOLl1EIN, 129 Waverly Place, N. York, Sole Glenral Agent for the United States, c. For sa.e by appointment of the original proprietor. by SwAn & BROTIIER, lruggits, No II Canal street, g enere Agent sfor Stalthee of Louisiana. jul v8 thIIiY It LEE & co, No 3 Magazine street, are Ij now receiving from ships Nashville, Louisville, lealtack., Eagle, and other late arrivals Irom ihe : "thern cities, a large anid new selected assortment Irsis, Boots, Shoes and Brogans, eonsisting of gentlemen's fine calf anti Morocco boots lao 2d quality; do buff'd, and stout wax pegged boots n , anrioustqualities; men's fine calf seal and Moroec, Ihr' , pyur t ps mul brogans, buckskin shoes brogans a· e ahppeas: men's fine calf and kipped pegged shoesaal i rogats; do boots; do stout kip anat ax pegged shoens saI broganns; gentlemen's best quality calf sewedl sboes, I--jog-ans anti Jack Downings; do adf andi Morocco i. ickle shoes anti brogaus; do calf, seal and Morocco: lI uliatn shoes and slipplrs, do calf, bulf ant seat wnlgs, a, new article; do fine calf, set.l and morocco quartet mtst; toys', nisses' and children's peged and sewed bI ogans, andl soes of every quality and kind. Also a gceral tssortment of menl's stout wax and r!eit Iroc.mlas anti shoes, together with 10,000 pairn e ugro bust quality, russett brogans, nailed in tlt e Ihlks, nule expressly for plantation use; a good as t tluetnt of men's fine and stout kip russett brnalls, a t w article, aiI a arge quantity of an inferior quality r, sset and wax brogans. Ladies' fine calf, scal, morocco and grailn welts, and p;ump sole shoes; do fine French alMrocco and kidl rtun it nr'lld slippe-lJ; io reaO sahoes, willt anl wittont Ileels; ,I calf seal und stout l-ather bootee.s; I'ruela shoel i fall kitnds anl qualities; do lasting brogaus; no gaiter l 'ad tfboed bootees. Misses' lastingspringsllotosanl at '.gso. Chilren's colored Moreoco andt lasting bro ti oand boats, tc. ; entlenlen'sf;iefashionahle bla:ck silk ats; don black it'm I tiab beaver dio of a superior qtuoality; do inmitation Itc ram do; broad il nar-row brim ment's ie drab iandi 41: ok rtnssia sbort aIlppe,| hats, a new article. Yothso' ui ;e size halts o dilerent qualities; do childre!'s. l3 'Is allld iC} 's black and drab wool hats of va'rious i sch:ipes, with general assortment of boys' and men's o s.icaps. S I hils assotolmenl will be replenished by the arrival of r cal packetelrom the aonre named cities, all of which nit ll e sold. on ancommodataing terms. nug 1-tf MtIiN'L'AGL'2' al B.h9LJ FOR TH I TEETH. e TEllestablished reputationand constantlylncrea.sng c demand for this eflHetual remedy of pain, and pro servative of the teeth, has induced tle sub.criber offer it to the American public. Arrangements hatov been nude to suoplv agents in all tihe prieipal cttio I and towns ill the United Stater, so tus to pllac it itti the ieach of those sufferitg and likely to satler this ioo t IIttaassiog Tf all aches, 'I'oTth-aelhe. When applied according to directions giveut on bottle, it has never failed to aotttd immediate and mentICl relief. It also arrests the decav n defectiv' teeth,and relieves that soreness whllichlso frequet n rendters a Ltrottg tooth n.aless. The applllition and e rmIledy tire sihlle, innocenft, al not tl [le~ as t; and lt .tie lar.e tllllllltbtr tpl'le O itl ditlterent sctionoa illit fI lOln'v, tlhat have alrcady experientaed se'l! delighltftL ndl t' tarel efltetIs IIItIr the use of the Hlnt, Iare eadv to hear (tbr the public good their testimonv to its nIo rivalled l olities. It I, lian remedy, bained ,i l gnrly Id o unexelctdly, and nta' be relrg reJ by the civilis.ed v:orld as tlt mrst valuable discovery re1lhlllll ilo" tile woI rl.. I rice $1 per bottle. Sold by JA\I\'IS & ANI)IE\VWS, ulrl 5 (Cor : n(lUlnon Ialnl[ T hallllitoulllvl'l 't " I.tl. IIAt I ',t ill chaes--S5 dieo ahltea \,'oo Illrsorsaler JOHN II GRAiAM. l i 00, i ILUeII'I'ON & Aae'INALL'S COMPOUND ''ONIC MIKXURIEL-A speedy and cotatin cure for the Fever and Ague, remittent and intermittent fevers; prepared from the original recipe. Used with eminent and uni versal success in 1832, by persons of the highest Srespectability in this city, as stated in the annexed certilicatles. This tmedicino is highly recomnmended, and has been extensively used in the above diseases with such distinguished success, that the proprietor of the recipe has been induced to offer it to tile pub. lie in its present form. in the hope that it may be the moans of reheving many of those who are suffering under thie scourge of our country. It is a medicine possessing great virtue, and when used according to tbh directions has never failed of effecting a cure, even in the most obstinate stage of the disorder. It is not at all disagreeable, and persons of the weakest stomachl, and children may take it with impunity. It strengthens the digestive organs, creates an appetite, and seldom requires more than one, or ill obstinate eases, two bottles I to effect a cure. There is neither mercury nor to arsenic in the medicine, nor any thing injurious to tile human constitution. The proprietors are so well convinced of its efficacy, that they agree to refund the price of every bottle which has been fi taken in accordance with the directions and has 5 not effoeted a a perfect cure of the fever & ague. A. OLIVER, sole agent for New Orleans, at his wholesale and retail drug and medicine store, corner of Bienvillo and Chartres streets. For District Agencies apply to h je5 T. W. SMI'IT'l, 48 Conti at. PENSACOLA MANSION HOUSE NEW CITY, PENSACOLA. II E subscriher hving purchased the lease and fur nitureof this well known astablishment, fromnt Mr Taylor, tie tlte proprietor, will be ready to receive vib ters biy the tst of April next. Numerous and costly improvements will be found in tihe arrangelments of the Malnsion House. New and more commodious bathing" houses will be built, and warn baths will be provided at all hours. A stable will be attached to the louse, with good accommodna tions for horses andl carriages. Fitrs rate horses and carriages will also be kept ithr hire at moderate prices, and sail ncid row bocts, with persons to manage thenm for tlic usc of vlltersn. IBillicards and other amusemeetlls usuallvly iund at wnteringplnaces, wiil alsobe furnished, and so condudlcted cls lint to icterfere with tle comtficrt aud cquiet of the boarders. The wines and liqucsn will be of tile best qutalliv, and to ennsure a unll s'lpl of iet, t cargo has alreadly ebenordered, which will arrive about thile lst i 5May. I t' tecelc'rictBiarcard, wlo forccerly kelpt so popular Ia hlcoteleat hVealcingtct citv, will coduct c i clise l Iorc ithe proprie'tor, who, with such nid,conlidentlyv assures the visitl's of last year, and his frienlds generally, tat t i they will re:.ive eery pcossible attcntiun; and thereby ieexeels to give genu.ral satislactiot. 'lle local advanllttglS lI t1iR touse are too well I known to need n Ilugl. ened d.c-lriptlicn ictre. 'ITle I i ts that Penllsle clla[ is tie larg,:st aluri stationl of tile o (I'rue r th ie genetl recdeczvou of elo Gulf squad cllcc tile salulciec ocits ccliccte relcscecl cuclltnc tly dlu ting th c sc mct.cr IclOnths by the ceoletr I ree.cs filll ull.r rate eaty f the bay and tween Pe negboln ad ring iiland ill river n;ll tiehe abl tace and delicacs of thens fri lithwll h e e O rleans bond n its ltuity to tltc be+t Solnthevcretu es, .ve Pensaclcca Ie pre [len[e over ilh llSier ptces 11 engsge rotitudems for their beclth c id delightfbcl sitcnncrcretrect. I"rts rate Iwats will rit i belwee ensat sasohlid n I bile, and wicll at all times be al:le to take tileiteuccgvri fro'c New OrRleans ferenbots. SSq, B ARNOLD. Kin o, Feble; aylor, , Eq,18 8. via I sentleme wicoln ng tor g inagoremen fhor their fis ill can address the p fror. i lt tr, t Pensacola, r ?r",len cobile aIn nInenstlc evnry cetrerc deIy t lter the MrIst of e lawl. T od rte will prlwa ieo proat Nvided Or: References. en T Sucfirl, esq, MrC Ctcllutc, McAlpin, Ecq.c I.t. Kibe, Mobile; Sa T aylpon , laPves , Eobile , ifor NenP Orlc.cts. P t.l-A letter andg to e epublic in enral, that f they ocu at the new brick sho placed 29 Gee Whoitoulas streffce, r ey keep nstantly on hand Copernge. FLORIDA ROUTE FOR NEW YORK. in and Sellerset dron Ware, of takeverin te Flcripti route, ia Pcas copper st Ills, kettleh, anre d pin.lr tin bate. in tus wi, alld oil cstansl, of all ro. Mobile tand sies, andali ot'hr brass IllScIcc donle at short noticc c leai Miars ofi every scripo every ersc aner tce letki of Mteay. od work, gesuch will always chime proided Such as iner, copp berin adiess to take pnssengers inro Mthbile, in cse of tbuse filure fy wll boacutatth N I ANOce. D. The teamboat Champion loaves ,Mobile Ior Pensa solo twie c a week f'eh ii lv ANDREtW MI'rtH & CO., respectf'lly inform LU their friends and the public in ceneral, that they occupy tIce new brick shop, 2119 Tccoupitoulcse street, where they keep constantly on hand Copper, Tin and Shcet Iron Ware, of every dencription, such as copper stills, kettles, and puccps, tin bhth. ing turs, and nil cans, of all sorts and sizes, and all other brass casting done at shortent cotice. Grate bcrs of every description, ech as stena. boat stirrups, hog chains, screw oltc, and otner, ckind ofbteatutboat work, such as chimneys, breech. i e, steam pipes. '['crey will also do all kinds of mct door work, such as zine, copper and tin roofing and guttering, &n. They above and all other kinds ol work ins their line cf bhsinest, tclly will exneute at the shortest notice. dec27 IST PUtLISHEDFRMo T STEREoTYPE PLJTES, The F 'r Edilinnof ROWLET1. TaBLES OF INTERE.sT: N r0 which is new added an Average Time Caleula tor, or easy methods for finding the average time t storage, notes of hawl or bills of goods, when Imr. b sItsed at dilelFeni dates, cn different credits, lnd' for arions smonhtsj bhhsidts useful andl complete Ilanking lime 'la'de, the bhi lhaet an be contrived. or tlhat fI ures can prauce within the some condesend compass, iad size oftype. An advertisement in thelbouk it in nearly the follow ingwords: T 'he high distinction this work has teceived through the ten legislative acts prefixed to the title page, is a re commendation in itself, so uncommon,, and so conclu sive, th .t nothing is necessary more than by way of ad vertisement, to give a condensed view of some of Its pe culiaritie: as fer instance, the Interest has been comnpas. el from, and compared with, what is equivalent to four- p teen setsefealculatione, examined in the press thirty ive times, and printed from steretype plates tested i thirtyty-one times, from all which it mnst he evident a even to the skeptic (especiallyon the pe.sonal ofthe de ail of proofin the preface) that the wrk mast le rith- I metically infallible, and in confirmation of this heliefs I premium of two hundred and fifty dollars, is now olfer- I ed for the detection of an error ofa cent in the present I or fifth edition, as ex rossed in the preface, making fe I large premions offered for the same error since the first 'pnlication in the year 1102. SOne of tho most conspicuoas features of the tables is inthe arrangement of the Time and Amounts, which for expeditions, roferenee ond perspieity, with the help oftthe side and index, cannot be excelled; ant the mfty ty anl ease with which the interesl can he fond ltothe extent of general business, without doubling ao sums is besides a convenience so essential, that in tile eatlmn eion of some oi the most competent and prnestieal busi ness men and piblic offisers who hite made great use of the work, it has teen dlistinpguished bytho honolable appellation efofs "master peace". And considering theinfallibility of the methml originally ndoptedl in composing the work, and thle extraordiuary numbser alsl variety of the cxaminations, and tests of every edition it has passed in the prnas, eotwithtandling the whole is in stereotylte, eonsidering. in sh6rtt, the positive aecuracy secured by the anpreeedented means employml, the vo lumehas been held up asnl emphatically styled " tle most wonderful book in the woslk;" most certainly no man can names figure work of the same extent, which since lthe beginning of creation, has had the same nosn her and variety of tests in the slme number of editors; no, nor one halfthe number, as is clearly shown in the preleace. lesides, as test and standard, ithas been tried ant proeedt ill nearly all the bak and public offices in the United States, and by thpublic generally, during the long period of thirtiv-f ivrears, yet no error of ihe eal cnlations lhas ever been found in print, although continua ally challenged by the offer of vcry large premimus. Tilfe book.is is last expressly ldoptted by all theeoultas oflaw ci several oflthe States as the " rate of cuallallonI forstatunte interest," as also by law for bank interest, aecording as the book is used, andt as say be seen in part, by .,,e names of the subscribers, and a few of the subsequsent pr'chausers, in the list at the endcl of IlIt book, isin lmasesio ncf every class of citizens in every quar te of tle Unitedl States. It is moreover well known that, by its rearly check, it has so oftludetected large errors, long alier the) were nade, evell by te most careful and most competent arithimetician.s, fat its usefltness, and the absolute ne. cesasity or its usa, have been extensiyely insisted upocn, so evident, incecd, ilave been its oiavanltages, nit its savings, that, seserrl years ago, whilst tile lirst edition wats scaree, ans ot of printl, a great I.uotmber of seeolnd hand copies were tought for, settle to a gee. t distance. all itrcrased ll t various prices, as tilery oulcl ccausion allyt ho picked up at from $11to $25 per copy, and some persons have Irecen.iv declared, and lsialce could e quloted that they woti pai y i 5$it, $ltn), anid $50)I for at el cp, it lotto be had iol clss, and an isnlilsidutal ill Itle ilser ilnstance p:atievinrly, ihaving at the same iimse rxhibitd satisfactory proaf, to several persons pre sentthoat to him it was really worhll that money and more thlough the saving of fIis very valahble time, he being a very riel man salit in public office. It is likewise worthy of notice, nd indeed proper to impres, tlhat such is the nature or figue work generally anti aspecially when of the extent andt importance of theese t lo s, thalt d this book or its like beeC Ipreplar ed in the usuoa mnlaner vlone, by the most competenl calcuolatorin the world, andi afterIIrds prilntedt most cautiouly under his own correction of proof sheets, it onuli, almost to a certainty, have been rlnsafe for re ierenec,andi dear at ny peice, as the prlefaee dariieu irlip explians. But so perfect and vaihnltlle have the stereovpe plates of this worklbeen made, that to aecnre thenl, withtheir numercus anil extraiordinary exaninlta tions, ngainst fire, for tihe general bessfit, tiley are (by adlvertisement) constantly kept in a place of speeial sftilty, except whilelie lac inl prntit.ll Ample directions to find bothll hanks anll statute intor est with usefl notes, follow tile prface, whici, in this fith as in the two preeding editions, coltain muelh in fernlatione colet lllinlg tile two lawful ltmodes of compntt ing intet eta, tee dy al af gt ce, ire. It r'en::lnsl only to remlark that, nitwitsttanding this uncommonly cosily work, whlichl waspublihcd slefol're ilterest tables wel;c inltrdnel.d in doelars sa llicents I'e yennd annimdune, iehas beeun n extenlsively aiIl so liberally patronised, it so has not , et so Inch as paid with interest. tee heavy lons of uvarl four thousand dollarl.l, ieside six years ol time from 1799itio 18105, stst:ii'sdts onstheirst edition of 76il .olpiesi,lirising chiefly from its puIlica tiol at that time, t ano 'mslere I.ice',) to say nlothing of eoimpenatlion or prAl lor almost a lilf-time of Cenalre, l, anl sacrifice. In'rcorle thie i author still eli es Ol the dliscrnment and gsenerosity of the public folr a coltion: once of prtleference mid lpatllrge. Ir sale by the i P rincri al Boonkurllers in the United Slnlrs. SI.Il)F:LL'S NEW WtltK,L&c.--lThe Almerican i . England, by the authorof"A Year in Spain," illn vole I)eedlsof Wo\\olenII, illn2 vols.l The Younglll \Vif'i lllook, ta llllntal i mrlll roll ous und laserrb'+WP Ieties. Jnst rtreivedI and flrnstile by Wo. M'Ko 'AN, tU LE: a .1lAi, Itous', o.g,, s.t .orti.nntv -. 'al ters, N ,3 tar2oetdele street, two doorsfrom C."ad stree, . nlitations of the following woods and mlrbles,,e o ecuted in a masterl) manner, ci WOOll. MAsaLEs,. of SMiahogmoy, Eytptin hblack and gold, ol Oak, Gtalla and Antico, D Pollard to, Oriental or verd antique, c, (Curled do, lasper, Curled Maple, Itond Stone, Birds Eye 'o, Darby Granite, Satin Wood, Potomac, Hair Wood, IDove or Iturdello, Yew Tree, Italian White,C Coromandle or Black Siannal anld llrectrlla, Rose WVood, AmLeri an (Grey, i Ash White Oak, Pe . . Pre. g Curled Elll,a Specimenls to be seen at the slhop. Paints, oils, glass, copal vsarnilsh, c. on hand ndl for sale. ml SION,8 sTF'.E& . EAVY i(.1OOl-liat, square and btndle iron, well lssorted. Hoop, strull inl rod iron, nail rods and plough Cast, German, shear, blisterad, spring, sheet and so Crowley steel Hollow ware, cut and wrou;ht nails andtl spikes p Zinc, block tin, mill and grind stones, salt kettles Ctain cables, anclors, liues On, log and trace chains, corn mills Anvils, vices, Hammers and hellows Wire, sheet, pig and bar lead; sllot SCoal, and cooking stoves .rAmes, Rowland's aml other spades and shovels £Hook and plate hinges, door and window heoLo Collins, Hants, Shaltsp, and other axes l'ar'd and Manilla cordage, lines and twine Ilolt astt sheatling copper; Naval stores Paints, linseeol ad o.erm oil A full assortment of hiardware aRd ship chandlery, always oM hand, and which are offered for sale at whale sale or retail, on the most favorable terms by m4 LAYTON & Co. 53 Old Levee. EN W GOOl)S-Sininmons IHartt & co are now 're euit civil frlo olr board ships Yazoo, and SLnftogl. ,f anlllri Contordia, frotm New York, it great variety ol goods Ul their lilt, which together witll tlleir fornlel t stock ln l,.nd, makes their assortsert very,:V plete. rThe rhllnting etoposnalo partn viti: iell twiit, t.,hr..'td, ri sek land Ire.eingt oltnh, Ihrn do ofoll dtlrrietint, In Sdi rubbler, .bilk annd wsted elnslic canrtrs, cotwnmn & Sine erlasti suspenders, Iors, lore aend Iv,lifi'r mnachaes, ev Stdlli oIt, werit urorle lotitd boxrr, toilha ,owdlpr, loeker hooks land wllllet, orneedle t ks, shell, pearl, t alio tlt'noroe'rro aord tao, tter.al ornmllnts, painco >r el eionls, neekliells Iun l Ileligeen, erkad rellillshend toeek!aces, ruet loass anl otlninseed,,ilver tlat ilt obanda, I Indlian blradl, hells and plumes; pistol and large polw trtler lkllatt Iht ltltt, hlr bltreet. ocket ano duelling i tiotee; dlullle di sintglo barrelld l intns, Bowie knives, otd dirks. scissort, sl'ears, peket knives .enrd chains, rnlen ribhons, or s t bockles, elth, leir, tilth, n nililolunti, Serlalh, sloe, llate, fluom laind dllstlig brushls, Cologne, Floridt, lavendler, rose and Itoy wator,u.soered essences, ant olfeto, tAlta, rancr, l, tear nlt iqeo, lnd Ward'e ve getable hair ,ils, sltioitng nttd toilet tatilts of nIl dla eriptions, Ia,lir:' attd 'emtleltes' desks and dresrina Scasoes, mhir I,'eolet ,frieotttos and brnid, Ilaino, fooys and tmusical work'biltox, plai nlld gilt, tigored, coat and rest thattes, pearl ltnd ivorot shirt do, shlrt intdds, gold und silver ptenil raies, atooiltcks anl tweezers, plted ilnd gilt loteketo,, tninialrtoe io, sitter, hra td steel or tihinleo, hookas nnto eyes, Ihair pins, illitation frlit, blk l alnd redink, shle blas kig, tiolirs and gutilrtn,ribbed and plnill plercu.ssin caps, Iillaeu twine, sensted cash oens, golndttd silver lace nod fringe, latter paper, gaos t. bns riding w'oipop, walking rancs,,play!ngeads, hine gotit, platod and gilt jihwellry &e. 'It'e absove, togetller with a great variety of other arti lea are offeread to wholesale orretal oun ccotflnuodating ternls. N i1t Shell toms, rapsired H.&RROWGATR SPRINGS TI! TREE D~iY S JOURNEY FROMI NEIW ORLEANR. 0 HE proprietor of this estldishment Ihas the plea sure ofanunomiag to his friends and t!t e public in genelal tllat hIe will le in reaoditsrotty the first day of lav to receive vriters,. lie will slsot sate for tile be nelit of thol',e at a editaice, that there Ihavo been large i improvelent ntade, alnl others now going otn and in rapid progress fir eumopletiot, wlhih will enarle the -subscrbler to al:eollelloltte a muhlllah lrger nllutler than Sheretofore, antl at tile same time tnuch better. S l"otiliu- can he eeommlotdtted with gatl roonl, or thleo t allo preler cull have large eabi, letalotlhed trono 0. ltoe. main budllig. t, It is doeemed ilinleeepsrry te say anyhilng in palrtlle . tor of the character ol these waters, fur it is gelertlly t.elieveod tIIlt tleytare not inferior t tov in the o o luh ern Stltat. All tle amutsemens that are geneoally itund at aVtering Places, will he find at ttiS. '1' ltLst naesic that tis tort of tI- eonntrv uffurl.,a bees eusedannd will be incomltl~natl tendance a hn SprinlOs during the wlnle season. - 'L he ulroilret will ovail hitlll'afuof this oUPtmrtitv its in rertting hi ,tttiined tlm klls for Ihe ery liberel aoptltgio n hi lstii seasoS , and htopes ltl tihetler n lions atlt lave beeltllltade itn iprovintig sad extentding is the aaclotllldtatio', to mtrit a liberal pltrmltlot the pesents season. - J NI t11.tI. noP MAIL ARRANGEMEiNT Norte ail., Due Every Day t 1 M. Closes Every day a! 10 A. M W e .t.t Mail, eD err ( un dy, Wedsday W uad .6,t 9 te, Friday, by ,, P. M. y t Closes every Monday, Wednes.da' C tter, Saudy bdllnl'aly 9 P. Af. Th...I ll e every vue a.y, Thursday, as 71Pl Lake ,.al ] .aturdal, b 1y 5 P.M. via CItbsbe every Monday, Wednesdaf TIMEdr O A.tRIVAIl,DEPARTURE DISTANCE &c. dftie Eltrf.# Mail, betiee Moolle and New York-le vg fl deil at 3 P. M. Northwar New .otk dally t 9 P. M uthwnrd. " • Arrliba Arrive Nerth hrd. 10 fi htbe. Time. Ietlm'S Montomery Al. ,.n. 199 m's 23 h 12 m. Col mb.-a. /1 9 pm Milled1avllle. Go. 9 ill 14 p.m C'oimbii. S.C. 7| tm 10 ! 7 i0 Raleigh, N C. b| 215 202 1' t Warrenton, Va. 12 tM. 55 Mt a( Petersburg, Va. 10 pth 1: f 10 a. 9 Richmond, Va. 1 am, J 3 6" I Frederieksburg, 8 II p i. Washington city, pm. tI 0 tBaltimore, 61 38 0 e Philadelplia , 61 am. 10 !11 2I New Y'ork, 2 pmo. 90 C1 e 1305 111 1h. or 5d2 Northward. Coming outhward, the time is six hou p less; being5 days antd 17 hours. . TEN DOL.LAIS REWARD). R ANAWAY from 169 Carondelet corner of llevis streets,on the night of 30th of August, sand waed seen the next morning in Povdra street, a negro bou named CHARLES, about I7 years of age, and b re or thereabhous in height, very block, and lhas an iape intent in his epeeh, one of his logs is sore, seioned hy a recent hurt; hie ld on wlnin he went iway a whiff cotton or linen shirt nadl while cotton Iantaloons. Mlasters of vessels and stesmn ints are cautioned d gainst receiving or harboring said negro, e wellas all other permons, as the ltnost rigoar of the tolaw will he enforced againlast them. Thel above reward will be pain fordelvoring hlim into any of the jails of either of the municipalities, or at 169 Caroudelet, corner of Hevir "lteet. rplt o.L'rCE--The copatrtnsrehip heretofore enisting Iunder tie firm of Dnhois & Garreson, has hobe dissolved. The subscriber will liquidate the aliairs a the concern in this city, and reqlires all persons indeb . ed to make payment to him only, and all those hoving climsn, toreentlthemn foroaettleliltt. ag 8-t H (GARIIETSON. CAPTAIN MIARIYATT'S NEW NOVELS Rattlin the Reefer, by the author ol Peter Simple, d[o in c vols. CrmmioniaF, or a Winter at Schlsiee Haii'fiel in Iawn Stvria, by Cnaptain Ilasil Ilall, Royal Navy, F. .L Lord Roildsn, a ronmanee, by Allan Cinniglham, I nro hevpprd lee,. written by ,himself, in o vole"' d Conopendiotus llistor of l.ly, translated from the original Italian, by irtthnniel Girene, in I vol. for ming No. 79 of Ilnarper' Easily .ibrary. Vola. : & 4 of the new coIqIlete and uniform edition of I'ashington lreine'. Ioorks. Roger's Frenrh and English Dictionary. in I vol, 3vB NVtglent's Prench and English Dictionary. Al.se-A few more collies of Colohe'.' Phrenology "lRienzi." I.nrce Survrveor's ('"oltsees ofnsuperior qta itl, wilit chains, Ilillittd Is lloel'21t4 and. 1-2 inehes {iilltlt's imltroved ,metnlic Pens,,jnpnned Itpers, weights &e. &C. &c. Jn.it received, a.fd fr sale by .1:.1 nENs. .LEVY. l'INNt Kt'S ROME,,, lCe. INNOCK'f IMPROVEI EDITIION OF DR ro (;hltl h'e ridgoaent of th Ili stury of Ro ltm to which is pnrfixed'an Innltrolutinoto totle m ltmy Rtolan Ilislorv, nld n great variety of valunble infor ntaion added "throughout the work, on the Manners Institutions and Antiqlitiri of the Ronmans; with nol merous tbiograplhicot n0d hisitorical Notes; and lqne tions for exio nototion it thIe end ot1 eneih section. II. Instr," ted with thirt'engraving" on wood, y Atherton ll..vc o's Improved EdtiLtin of)r (;le ,ldsmltt'a Hitory of England, from tihe Invasion of Julius Ctesar to thu deaoth of George Id, with a eoltinuation al the yea 11:12. With queslions for exaini onnathllt tile end n each sectrliol. Ileside a variety of vnflntltu informns tion added throughout the work. Consisting of talhlo of eolltetrplrae SNoen:igns and eminent pnerton Copious explanatory ntes. Remaorks on tile pou tics, nannees ant literatllno of the nRg. Au outline s tile Constiltion, iat. ie. lliatralted by uonny engr I ingS. GTys' E.EMEyrTS of AnRoToMv, ard a.n Aoridgmen of Keith's New lTretitse on the tUs of btlobs. New Amerincn edition, witioh dditions alt imrovemotl and aln expiation of the astronomaical part of the A rican Ahiannac. Jtit received and for sale ty Witl M'KEAN nov21 corner ornClp and COmlnalollt I IIARLIER'S CILASSICAtL ItBIttARl-'. Il OIACEvtrinslod by Phlili, 'rncis,) 1t , with Xn aa p )endfix, olltai'niOg ltraasfrtsl,, of vrnrio, odese, l. by ion Jonson,, Cowley, Fi31,,, I)rvdon Pole Addison, Swifrl Chattelrton, (; Wnhfkolil, Poreal lBrya, ec. fnd seone ofthe elloreiiilent pot.ts of th dau--mudlll t'tIEttI)tIS, with, the aplendix of fiitiu, sn ennui tIll by Christ liter Slllarl, illi" Vies forms.llll v I es and 1"oif"llnarter'e thoeicul .ibrarv The Fxvpediti,, ,tf 1111)llt'lEl,' CtI.INKI.II, by Slnolloetl, MI I), 0till a ilel)Jr 'f the l hor0 b IA , 'I, r ly t os lOnscIo, EIn., I.new edlition, will, illustrtioent , by tis Croiksllank TIlE III'S'; a Tale, bIy ilte nhllhtr of "Richehvs Mary oil! urguttdy," &., lawt elitioi, J oeelse teplal nIf lie. PAUl 0ILIIFORD;hff y the authir , f "Plks bu T.h Die ritd, " &,t hia1 rein ulu IV ol, thl ic . nof"l, .oe:e' ColtpIeW V.Yrk. JttIrlv-eised sale n) WM MtKb:At B ACOiN SilYtEs-3l, e.ks ,)ijriausti solo' • bleflinl: foll i e I 1 el.ulllhr l atlclloE anul| l I1 sor 8111 lI|;|Itrr & IIAW F I¶Kll E undlereigned havnirg recom.t nnced Ibusiness 1 as a )rugttet sand Apothecary, iln the lore owned by :M1r. J cob (ltt, nit the corner of T'aoli circle anId Triton Walk, respectiully solicitsa s hare of the public patraodge and a renewal of the favors of his former customers. The entire secik ot LDrugs, inediclneeand toycv articles is Iresh and ctreinlly selected. 'rihe following only are pier titclnrizecd, viz : Pre Soda, Seidlitz and Saratoga lowders. Yeast Powders, being a wholesome and elegant substitute for yaest, in raising bread, buckwheat caker, &vl Buller's Effervescent .Magnesian Apperient-a pleasant and genie purgative in dyspepsia or indi. gestion, nervt s debiltry, giddinece, ieadache. acdity of the stomach, habtusal costiveness, cuts. neous eruptions, &c. Carpenter's Fluid Extract of sarsaparilla f purifying tlie blood, &e do do and cubebs, &c. Swallnia Panacea atid Vermifuge; British as Ilaerlenloil,, Opodeldoc, &c. h Relined Liquorice, jujube and Guamauve paste 'Tooth brtushos, N S Prentice's carbonic dentris iice, chlllrinstooth washl, powder plffls ad bexe, lPrentice's carbonic dentrifire, chlorile tooth wash powder puffs and boxes, Prentice's scented and plain toilet powder. pomatum ereme de 'erse, orange flower, rose, luvendier and Florida waters, of the best qulities, Rowland's Macassar Oil, Old. ridge's balt of Columbia, beat's oil, a variety of lucifer and other matches, indelible marking ink, superior black ink, &c. Sperm and refined whale oil. flay's Liniment. A fresh assortment of Thurburn'sGarden Seeds oct2 GEORGE JONES. ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE, FOR FEVER AND AOUE. TI.EN years have not yet elapsed since it was first regularly sutbitteid to tile public but it has attained the highest reputation; and has sap. planted every other medicine for the Ague, wherev. er it has been known and apprecialed. Adleady h.as it been earried in every direetion throughoute. ithe United States, and still realizes more titan could have been anticipated by its most sanguine friends. , Thousands of persons haive not only beom relieved, - but raestored to health and vigor through its agoen & cy; and they now chbeerfully testify, at every op portunity, to its decided and suprelme efftsacy. It ris composed of such medieinal principles as are calculated to' renew the healthy action of the atom nach, liver, and other important digestive organs, s, thie Inss of which harmony Ib the immediate cause of the disease. It is apparent also, that it produ. eas an entire change in the eondtlion of the'system, and certainly destroys the native liability to relap ses of tihe affection. When the Ague ms attended with any other complaitt, tie employment et the e, Tonic Mixture will not interfere with the treat. Sment of the other diseass, but will even afford as s. atstnce by furnishing strength and vigor to the g body during the course of treatment. These who inake use of this medicine may be assured that nil there is no Arsenic, Barks, Mercury, or any other article in its composition unfriendly to the human el constitution; being entirely a eegetable extract; k and they may hare additional confidence in the a use thereof, whtten tidy perceive that it has the ef - feet nf a gentle laxative about the time half a bot. no tie full ihas been taken-in consequence of which, ics there is no part of tIe medicine left to linger in the bowels to cause obstructions, and other evils, '"arisin'from the use of many of tlhe remedies now offered for tie cure of this aifection. It has been used also aa- preventive, by many who were sub jest to a periodical recurrence of the Chills, and it has invariably warded off the apprehended attack. Oblere! iThe Proprietor, fully satisfied with the unparalleled and universal success wlich has con. stantly attended a punctual and regular use of the Tonic Mixture, in all cases of Fever and Ague, ho thels warranted in engaging to refund Ilhe price to all those who have taken the medicine in strict ac. e cordanee with the prescribed directions, without n having been perfectly and lastingly cured. he Te subsceribers are the wholesale agents for the an South Western States, and have now on hand six ty cues of this medicine, which is warranted fresa lo and genuine. For sale at the manufactured prices JARVIS & ANDREWS, aholemie .tn.5giste, ly n 7 car Coameon ks 'I'clmuitclcic street. LhTrLOUtR-300 anding fr .n steanmr Independ. y 1 eu e, 'le a IORSEY, 1 +ite3 _ 41 New Levee, UI EInera-ir'S It zor Slrial -'lhicee ease, of the -gen.rlc , article, cjct recrived by r nct 3. IRIEES, & D'LANil.; It Catup at 'r lteloua tr,o,*-.U t osa .iltacu,, hale rae, g nodell l ollif hel , IIt i nt ore,, and fi r siol Ii, e ~ 3 it.I;ER'I' & HA . ll t1tiRN. I6.rt , ruter jt

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