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The Southern tribune. (Macon, Ga.) 1850-1851, October 12, 1850, Image 4

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Charleston Advertisements. . a VICTORIA HOTEL, £.*!* Kl.ya STREET, CHARLESTO.X.S.C. -Mi By DANIEL COOK. i ui > ft . 'D C. A E. L. KEKRISON A CO. DIRECT IMPORTERS OF FOBE/C.V D«F GOODS, CHARLESTON, S. C. WOULD respectfully inform their friend* and those who purchase Dry Good* in their city, that they are now prepared to offer, a large, choice and well aborted Stock FOREIG.V, F.i.YCY A.XD,STAPLE A* they receive the Bulk of their Good* diteet from European Port*, they feel assured of being i able to compete successfully with any other' Market in the United S ales. C. A E L. KFRRISON A. CO. No. 209 King, North West Corner of King arid Market Streets. aug 24 33—3 u» PLAINS, BLANKETS, KERSEYS AND FLANNELS. THE Subscribers, Direct Importers, of si! WOOLLEN GOODS, have just received, per ships “Gulnare,” “Orion” and “Samoset,” from Liverpool, their Fall supply of PLAINS, KERSEYS, White and colored BLANKETS, White, Red, Blue and Gieen Flannel Blanketing, Guernsey Shirts, Kilmarnock Caps, Scotch Bonnets, Ac., expressly suited to our Southern Planters' Trade, .- ml to an inspection of which, they confidently invite all who visit the Charles ton Market. C. & E. L. KERRISON A CO, 209 King, North ‘.Vest Corner of King and Market Streets. aug 24 33—3 m WILLIAM IIOWLAND* At his JYew Store, A'o. 244, Rend of Kin* Street CHARLESTON, S. C. HAS on hand and will constantly keep sup plied with the largest variety of Rich and Seasonable DRY GOODS, ever exposed in Chai leston, to vv hirh the attention of Planters and Country Merchants is invited, july 20 28—ly - WELCH’S STORE, CenKLR OK MEETING AND MARKET STREETS, hear the Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C. TRAVELLERS are invited to oil at WELCH 'S Fashionable Furnishing Store for Gentlemen, where can be had SHIRTS mnde in the latest Fashion, and of the best ma tarials, superior workmanship, and Dauskin's Celebrated pattern. N- A. DAUSKIN is the original inventor of cutting Shirts by measure ment. Dauskin’s Pattern has received the un qualified commendation of Gentlemen in all parts of the United States, and has been pro non need perfect. Also, for sale, a great variety of GOODS, suitable for Gentlemen, july 20 28—Iy E. S3. CREWS, At'CTIOM AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, JY’>. 19 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C. HAS constantly on hand every description of Foreign and Domestic DRV GOODS, jj" Vendue SalesofDry Goods Twice a Week, july 2) 88—ly J. 11. TAYLOR, GENERAt. COMMISSION MERCHANT, JVo. 17 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C. HAS always on hand, a full supply of 4-4 aitd 7-8 Brown Shirtings, Prints,Bleached and Colored GOODS, which will be sold on favorable terms. CT Agent for Charloaton Steam Cotton Factory. July 20 28—1 * E. W. COOPER, .Vo. 90 East Day, Charleston, S. C. DEALER in Farina; Wbeaten Grits; Mac caroni ; Vermicelli ; Pickles ofail kinds ; T 'oioca ; Chocolate and Cocoa, of every des cription ; Sweet Oil ; Mustard; Spices; Lemon Sugar ; Lemon Syrup ; Essence of Coffee, Ac. Imported Segars, Champaigns*, Clarets, tic. and Fancy Groceries in general. O'Agent for the Congress Steam Mills, New York. july 20 23 !y Tliliar’s BisciiH Bakery, •Y o. 131 Meeting Street, opposite the Market CHARLESTON, S. C. THE Subscriber has constantly on hand Pilot and Navy Bread, Soda, Butter, Le mon,Water, Sugar and Dyspeptic CRACKERS, Ginger Nuts, &c., in barrels, kegs, boxes and bulk, all warrated ofthebest quality, and at the lowest prices. R. S, MILLAR. July 6 26—ly Depository of the Southern Baptist Publication Society, Ko. 41 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C. 1 18 HE present Agents of the Society have the X pleasure of announcing to the Baptists of Georgia, that they have recently fully replenish •and theii Stock of 800 K S . They have now «t their Depository in Charleston, as complete an assortment of Denominational and Theolo gical Books, as can be found in any Southern City. Their entire Stock having been purchas ed for Cash, they hope to be able to sell on the most reasonable terms. In addition to the usual discount, 5 per cent, will be allowed on every hill cashed within thirty days from date. A Catalogue of the Books kept at tho Depository has been recently published, and will be for* warded bv mail to those who desire it. GEORGE PARKS & CO. Agents S. B. P. S. july 6 25—ly Works Issued, BY’ The Southern Baptist Publication Society. The Way of Salvation—By Dr. Howell, 12mo. pp. 336. Price 87. J cents. Taylor on Restricted Communion—lßmo. pp. 26 Price 10 cents. Advantages ofSabbalh School Instruction— By Rev. C. D. Mallory. 14tno. pp. 46. Price 6J cents. A Decisive Argument against Infant Baptism —By Rev. J. L. Dagg. ldmo pp. 52. PricoGJ cents. Also, for sole, Fuller on Baptism and Communion—l2mo pp. 204. Price 50 cents. Williams' Miscellanies—Snio pp. 400. $1 5C Kitto’s Daily Bible Illustrations—2 vols. 2 00 Alexander on Psalms. : : 1 25 Mothers of the Wise and Good. 75 july 6 26—ts wm. s. Lawton a co. Factors and Commission Merchants, Macon, Ga ADILL make advances on shipments to their 11 H .uses. LAWTON & DOWELL, Sa vannah, Go; and LAWTON, DOYYELL &. CO.. Charleston, S C «■*? 31 34—ts Ssnporlor Teas. A splendid lot of TEAS, both Green and Black, warranted fine, !§*&!§ 1 just received not from the Canton 'iiiwwr.’ii-ie* Tea Company of New Y’ork. at W. FREEMAN'S Cheap Store, Cherry Street, march 1 ] HALL & BRANTLEY, TTAVE just received a well selected assorl- H ment ot DR f GOODS mul GROCERIES, which embraces almost every article in their line of business. These Goods make their stock extensive, which has been selected rtcently by one of the firm, and they are determined to sell their Goods upon reasonable terms, and at the low est prices. Whilst they are thankful for past favors, they respectfully invite their friends and the public to call at their Store on Cherry Street, and examine their Goods and prices, before pur chasing elsewhere. march 23 11 LOGAN A ATKINSON, HAVE the pleasure of announcing that they have received and are now opening at iheir new stand, corner of Cherry and Third Streets, a verv large and entirely new stock of FAA'CY j DRESS A.\D STAPLE GOODS. These Goods ; have been carefully selected in the largest and j most fashionable houses in New Y’ork, are war- j ranted of superior stylo and quality, and will be j sold on very moderate terms. april6 13 LOGAN A ATKINSON, RESPECTFULLY’ inform the public that they are now disposing of their Stock of Goods at .Veto York Cost, at their new store, corner of Third and Cherry Streeis, formerly occupied by Messrs Graves & Wood. O’ Ladies are particularly requested to call iind examine the Goods and prices, inarch 2 B—ts Family and Staple Goods. LOGAN a- ATKINSON are now opening a very largo assortment of Staple and Domestic Goods, suitable for plantation or family uses, 1 which will be sold low for cash or to approved customers. april 6 13 Splendid Bridal Dresses. 4 FEW magnificent BRIDAL DRESSES, -X with trinuniugs to suit—verv fine and fash ionable. Ladies would do well to call and ex entitle them, at april 6 LOGAN & ATKINSON’S. Ladies’ Dress Goods. A SPLENDID assortment of Ginghams, Bar TjL ges and Muslins, fir morning and evening dresses. Also, an endless variety of rich and brilliant summer SILKS,etc. Just receiver..-.! LOGAN & ATKINSON’S, april 6 13 Sega rs. T 1 WO Hundred Boxes Segars, a great variety A of brands from common to very fine. For salecheapby GEO. T. ROGERS, jurte 8 NEW GROCERIES. II E Subscriber has just received, direct from X New York, a fresh supply of new Groceries, such as fresh Dates, dried Currants, Preserves, Figs, Sardines, Ciitsup, Pepper Sauce, Citron, Caper Sauce, Cocoa, New Chocolate, Raising, Nuts of all kinds, Rice, Java Coffee, Mnccaror.i, Fine Table Salt in boxes or bags, Nutmegs, Cloves, Pepper, Spice and Ginger, Sperm and Adamantine Caudles, and a great variety of other articles too numerous to mention. Also,a tine lot of Fresh Teas, for sale bv THOMAS.I MOULTON, Agent, i Opposite .Mr. G. M. Logan's new Brick Building, | aug ol On Cherry Street. DISSOLUTION. j FIT IIE copartnership heretofore existing he. X tween tho undersigned, is dissolved by tnu tn,-tl consent—to take effect on the Ist day of Sep tember next. Z. T. CONNER, A W. MARTIN. Macon, August 24, 1850. i T-illE WARE-HOUSE and COMMISSION | L BUSINESS will be continued in the i:nme ! ] and style of C O N N E It & T A Y L O R , j at the old stand—where they will be ready to , exert themselves to serve all parous and friends. Z. T. CONNER, W. W. TAYLOR. Macon, Aug. 24, 1859. 33—6 m Cheese. A FE\V BOXES of superior quality, just 5L received and for sate by j»ne 15 GEO. T. ROGERS. Wanted lon mediately, r F WO 9 11 THREE JO URNEYM ENC A BI - , X NET-MAKERS. None except good work men, and such as aro willing to make themselves useful, need apply. WOOD & BRADLEY. o< t 20 47—ts Canal and Baltimore Flour. 110 BBLS. Exya Superfine FLOUR XXL/ 25 bbla. Extra Family Flour, very choice, just received and for sale' low by a P fil 6 GEO. T. ROGERS. New York Steam Refined Candies A STILL Larger assortment of CANDIES *Y just received and for sale ns low ns any Candies in Town,at W. FREEMAN’S. ' June 8 Raisins, TN \\ hole and Half Boxes,fresh and fine, just i received and for sale by J un ®ft GEO. T ROGERS. SUMMER C LOTHING, AT COST. \| F 'N’S and BOY’S SUMMER CLOTHING -’I. of almost every "fade sclUr" s' Dyson’s old Stand, bv” ’ "" JOHN S. RICHARDSON. J ll W 0 28-ts „ To Milliners. £ONN Y|T GLUE, ol superior quality, is kep march 9 E. L. STROIIECKER, M. D. New Rtee. FI v E Tierces of prime quality, just received and for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS, dec 1 j fJAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON AND L PRI NES.—A fine lot ju«t received at j “tie 29 W. FREEMAN’S. LI) PORT WINE.-And .Maderiu ditto, a fine article in Bottle, for sale at MOl LTON’S, Agent, Opposite the burnt square on Cherry street, june 1 Mercer Potatoes. KV BBLS. M enter Potatoes, very superior, ’ in fine, order, just received and for sale very cheap by GEO. T. ROGERS. Solaee’s Fine Cm Tobacco. SOMETHING very superior, just received ‘ - ftr aalv bv GEO. T ROGERS, sept 29 Guardian’s bale. BY’ Ipave of the Honorable the Inferior Court | of Bibb County, when sitting as a Court of Ordinary, will he sold before the Court llousto door in Macon, Bibb county, within the legal hours of sale, m the first Tuesday in January next, F6tir Acres and Three Chains of wild LAND, situat at Vineville, w ith S.T. Bailey s Land on the South, Mr Freeman’s on the Wist,. Mr. M. M. Mason's and the Academy on the North, and Mr. Benson’s oil the East for boun daries. Sold as llie property of Mortimer 11. G. Nixon and Calvin YY. Nixon, and for their benefit. JOHN D. WINN, Guardian, oct 5 39 NOTICE. ALL Persons interested are hereby notified ; that lour Months from this date, we shall apply to the Honorable Inferior Court of Bibb County, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the Real Estate of Mortimer 11. G. j Nixon and Calvin W. Nixon, minors, situate in the City ol Macon, on Cotton Avenue, PRISCILLA NIXON, ) „ JOHN D. WINN, j Guardians june 29 25—4 m j Falienstock’s Vermifuge. IT II15 safest and most effective remedy for Worms that has erer been Uiseotrred This preparation has been before i|, e public fir nearly twen'y years. It has hern used in almost ejery climate, and in every condition ol patients needing a Vermifuge, and the experi ence of those who had occasion to use it in tlieir families, fully corrobura'eg what its proprietor claims for it. It is mild in its operation, con tains no calomel, nor dangerous ingredient, and can be given tvitli perfect safety to the most del icate infant. The Mayor of Lancaster city, writing to Messrs. Fahenstnck & Cr.., say s : Gentlemen —Several of the younger branches of my family laboring under symptoms indicating worms induced the application of various reme dies, and 1 tint happy to say that your Vermifuge had the desired ettect of, in one instance, remov ing the almost incredible number of 151 of the large worms from one patient, which in addition . to its other tested qualities in my family, estalt. I li-ln and the efficacy of y our Vermifuge as a sure cine. ' M. CARPENTER, Mayor, Lancaster city, j For sale by Dr. E L. STROIIECKER, j aug 17 Agent for Proprietor. ’ A’ew Portable Soda Water. | \NY one having cold water, can at once pro duce Soda Water, sweet and flavored as with llie finest Svrop, effervescing pleasant and healthy .* any at the fount! ins. For the sick or travellers to leeiify had water, this is a eonveni. tit and pleasant beverage. For sale in boxes ow by J ii & \V S. ELI.IB, Cotton Avenue, near Cherrv stiecl, june 29 Macon, Gn. Tito Kciitiicm Chi l i y Perioral. Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Consumption, iVr —A pleasant and concentrated prepara tion of the Primus Virginia, or Wile! Cherry.— The medical properties of this Southern tree are here i-ltemieuily prepared in combination with kindred principles so as to constitute an agreea ble and effectual remedy torall conipluintsofthc , lungs and breast, coughs, asthma, croup, whoop ing cough, bronchitis and all curable cases off consumption 'J he price is half less than usual for such medicines. For sale hv june 29 J H. &YV 8. ELLIS, Macon. 'IUIF. GREAT SOUTHERN IIEMEIIY X or Cholera, Diarrhoea, Cholera Infantum or Summer complaint of Children, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting, Pain in the Breast, Ac—Recommended by the most eminent Physi cians, for family and plantation use—a never failing remedy lor the above complaints. For sale by J. H. it YV. S. ELLIS, june 29 Sole Agents, Macon /T OMPOUND TOMATO PILLS—The ve vy potable remedy for diseases arising from impurities of the blood, dyspepsia, scrofula and all chronic diseases—ulso a substitute for calo mel, as a eatiiarsic in fevers and till bilious affec tion*. For sale hy june 29 "j 11. & W. S. ELLIS. HAIR TONIC AND RESTO- Xj RATIVE—For preserving, restoring and beautifying the Hair. YV iron the hair is falling out a beautiful head of hair may he produced It al»o beautifies the hair ol any, and is richly npr!*UFor If* bv juue 29 * J' II & YV. S. ELLIS. Northern SSSBIJIT. HA FIRKINS PRIME BUTTER, of the vl' well known quality received every Fall fresh from some of the best dairies at the North. Just received by YV. FREEMAN, dec 8 MAY BUTTER —Fresh supply of new May- Butter, just received and forsale by june I THOS J. MOULTON, Agent. London Potter. A FEW Casks best London Porter, in Quart » and Pint Bottles, just received and for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS, june 8 Congress Water. FH the Box or single bottle, direct from tho ) Springs. Just received and forsale by june 8 GEO T. ROGERS. Cuba Molasses. II111)8. in fine order,just received and -wv’ for sale low by june 8 " GEO. T. ROGERS. LEMON SUGAR—An article for Lemonade superior to Letnon Syrup, for sale bv june 29 J. H. & YV. S. ELLIS. COLOGN EYV A TER—Of various perfumes, by the bottle or gallon, forsale by june'22 J. H. & W. S. ELLIS. *Y-" * • o • So, V, M m 0 tr ■ JUST received a small lot of superior Chew ing Tobacco, considered by those vvhn have u sed it, to be the best in Town. Also on hand a supply of delightful Smoking Tobacco, mild, richly flavored and cheap For sale by E. L. STROIIECKER, may 25 Druggist. "VTAPOLEON CAPES—A new and superb -Lx article. Parisian ditto, of every style and price. Just received hv april 6 LOGAN & ATKINSON. C 1 LOTUS, CASSI MERES, DIIAP DF. > ETES, and summer stuffs of evert quality, just received by april 6 LOGAN & ATKINSON. FiepaiTed bai: ley, tapioca, sago —Splendid Articles for making Puddings and diet for sick persons. A fresh supply just received at YV. FREEMAN'S, attg 17 . 2 Hunts, Butter, Syrup, &e. /CINCINNATI Sugar cured HAMS \J GOSHEN BUTTER New Orleans Sugar House SY’RFP A few Jars of very white Leaf LARD. All of choice quality, just received and for sale by GEO. T ROGERS, d'c 1 Cherry Street. •‘I Tread uo step Backwards.” i* HILIC ST.ITE.TIE.YT OF M. S. THOMSON, M. 8., MACO.X, GA. a period of over thirteen years, it has been the province of the undersigned, to prese;:} }o tjie people of Georgia, and the sur- , rounding Mates, llie results of the use of inno- . rett' Vegetable Medicines, in the treatment and cure of (li*i-a*e, as poiitrad.giitiguislied from poi- j roiioiis substances, to which from childhood they ! have been accustomed,and to whose pernicious ! effects upon the constitution, many of them are living witnesses. File success w hic)i during tiiia long series of years, lias attended It is administrations, las, in many instances, been such, as to overcome the most inveterate prejudices in favor of the old ' order of things, and to produce instead thereof, ! a conviction that even in medicine, as in other branches of the physical sciences, new ideas may he advanced, and results achieved, that our ancestors would have deemed impossible, hot which our posterity, thanks to the enlightenment of a coming age, may find easy of accomplish* merit. This success in curing diseases of the most hopeless character, alter all o her means had failed, and that too, in ninny instances, without seeing the patient, has long been the subject of general remark,exhibiting as i does, in ln> and re lief, the difference betwe. n res tiring a ease that has been absolutely abanxloned, and simply rais ing another, that hundreds of others could cure Such eases can he pointed out in almost e% erv enmity in Georgia, where some poor, derrepid, helpless being, after testing every Imal me,-ns without avail, have sent <•(!', as a dernier resort, a description of their diseases to a distance, in many installers hundreds of miles, ami received hack those health restoring remedies that have, restored them again to health and to society, to tloir own astonishment and their neighbors' wonder, putting at nought the sneers of untngn. rtislic interests, and adding new linger posts at every post office anti cross road, pointing the wav to the city of refuge. \Y itlmtil subjecting himself to the charge of presumption, lie would yet boldly say, that he firmly believes that nine tenths of the so called incurable cases in Georgia, are yet within the reach of medicine, and can be direct hy pursuing a nroper cmirse of medn ine, with the exercise of necessary dire and perseveiance, on the part of the patient, which in till eases of a lii goring I character, are ol the last importance The gieat facilities for this kind of treatment presented in the cheap postage system, has been j taken advantage of hy thousands who happily j can indirectly a tribute tlo ir pres.-til good 10-.il.h ' to that noble specimen of liheial government ; and there are thousands more who inny reap ti e ante ndvanlag s, bv siinplv puisuii g a sum a '•nurse. Let the afflicted, if lie cannot write himself, get his neighbor to do it for him, give a history of Ins ease, age, habits, and symptoms, tho same as if talking to a physician. If able, and it is movement, enclose the fee ; if not con venient just then, a due bill for the amount will j answer, ( this obviates the inconvenience of ma king accounts at great distances,) and if not able, I pre-pav and mail the letter to his address, when i medicines suitable to the ease will be compound- ' ed and sent with full directions. The charge for treatment is only ($!- r >) five dot- . hits, monthly, a sum sufficiently small to obv in ti the fear < r risk to any one, and yet sufficient to j preserve him from loss in his extensive admin- j istrations. This done, call at the post office in a roasona- I ble time, and receive your medicines with as i much precision as you would a letter; prepare , and use them as directed, and persevere ; report • pirogress monthly, or oftener, as may i>e necessa ry, and closely watch the progress of the cure. Having been long and extensively engaged in the treatment ofdiseuses peculiar to females, lie would say that thev may Avail themselves of his knowledge, with the utmost confidence, in his prudence and integrite-, sothat in writing out their symptoms, they may express themselves yvith the necessary freedom. In stone of the dis eases of the renal and procreative system, the medicines being more costly, the charge will be increased. Fitch cases as require personal attention, will be treated on liberal terms in the city, where the necessary- accommodations can always be had. Those wishing further information in regard to results, will address a post-paid letter to the undersigned, who will immediately mail to the applicant such documents as must disarm doubt. M. S. THOMSON, M D. Macon, June 29, 1850. 25—if tIACOX DRUG STOKE. I HAVE received in addition to my former extnnsjve Stock, bv lain arrivals, a lnij'ennd well snip ted Stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, | PERFUMERY *V FANCY ARTICLE*, wl.icli j will be sold at a small advance on previous cost, j The proprietor now offers one oftlic most com plete Stocks of French, English and American Drugs, chemicals, Valuable Family Medicines, Perfumery, &-r. ; Soaps, Brushes, Cos nbs, and other Fancy and Miscellaneous Article!, in this country. Also, All the various Patent Medicines, Pills, ! Sarsaparillas, Liniments, Ointments,Syrups,&c. ! for sale or advertised by any other Drug Estab- : lishmcnt in this city. | E. L. STROIIECKER, M D , Druggist, Comer of Third and Mulberry streets, june 22 opposite the Floyd House. SPItIYG JIFDiriYE. SYRUP OF SARSAPARILLA Persons desiring to escape the Fevers of the Summer Months, would do well to make a free use of this Syrup as a beverage, being a pleasant puri fier of the blood. For sale low by the gallon or , bottle, hy J. 11. & YV." S. ELLIS. 1 may 1 17 To Physicians. rpHE undersigned have prepared for the con- X veninnee of those who do not wish to have recourse to Patent or Quack Medicines, the fol lowing, according to the “Formula of the United States Dispensatory,” being the base of popular Remedies, viz: Syrup of Sarsaparilla, Syrup of j YVild Cherry, Syrup of Seneca, Syrup of Ipecac, | Syrup ofStillingia; or Queen’s Delight ; Extract i of Bucliu, Saturated Cherry Pectoral, by the gallon or quart, sold low hv J. II YV.S. ELLIS, Druggists, Near the Corner of Cotton Avenue, may 4 Cherry Street, Macon, Ga. TO DENTISTS. HAVING been appointed Agent for the sale . of Messrs. Charles Abbey & Son’s cele brated Gold anil Tin Foil, nnd tor Messrs Jones, YY bite & Co.’s TEETH, I will keep a constant supply of these articles, and all Dentists’ In struments. I ant now opening the first lot of Impression Cups, Scrapers, Burnishers, Emory Wheels N0.2 to 7, Files of all kinds, Scnteji Slone*, Teeth Holders, Slabs. 800 Molar and Bietisped Teeth ; 1200 Pivot do.; 2300 Plate do.; 1180 Gutn do. All of which will be sold at Manufacturers’ prices, by june I E L STROIIECKER. Bs-ysiii’s Cholera !Uc<tieine. tiie cure of Diarrhoea, Colic, Camp, 1 Pains in the Stomach, &c., is a most valua. ble remedy and no Family should bo without it. Persons leavingthe city and subject to change of diet and water, will find this an excellent Vadc Mecum. For sale by june22 E. L STROIIECKER, D:i:*g;.t. PROSPECTI'S OF “The Southern Press.” \N Association of sixty.thrce Members of Congress, Senators and Representatives, have constituted the undersigned a Committee to superintend the establishment of a Southern Press at YVashinglon City, to he devoted to the exposition and defence of Southern Rights and institutions —the dissemination of correct infor mation as to Northern Policy, and the course »<>f Political Affairs generally, without reference to the old party lines of YY’big and Democrat Ar raiigeineiits are now in progress, promptly to in sure the issue of such a paper under the title of •‘THE SOUTHERN PRESS,” for the conduct of which, suitable Editors have been engaged, who will also receive the aid of a number of eminent and aide contributors. There will he both a Tri- Weekly and a Weekly issue—the latter to contain substantially the same matter as the former, and intended to reach those points of the country whose mail facilities are limited. A Daily issue will be added hereafter, should it he deemed advisable or necessary by the press and people of the Southern States. The paper will not he erclusire.ly political— hut will embrace on its broad sheet the General News of tile day, Domestic and For. ign,liy mail and telegiaph ; t’otnincrrial and Agricultural Intelligence, Literary Crili'-isuis, Original F.s* sav s, I itcrarv and Miscellaneous ; and, in slmr’, all those items of general interest, the collected aggregate of which constitutes the interesting and valuable Newspaper. Great care will tie taken to give full and corr et Reports of the Proceedings and D hates in both I louses of Con gress, as w ell ns the action of the local Legisla tures on the Sou hern question. A limited number only of Advertisements will he received—the main object being to furnish a large amount of reading mutter The paper will be printed on a sheer equal in size to those of the other Washington papers, and the material will be procured especially for the purpose. It is confidently hoped that every true friend tn the South will aid in procuring subscribers, and forward the names, with the amount sub scribed, to some Southern Representative at Washington, forthwith Postmasters .ire authorized by law to remit siihsi-riplions free of postage. T F. K M s.- For Tri- ll’eikfp dttrteg the Session of Congress, and Semi. Weekly during the recess, the price will be. per aiitiutii, : : $5 00 Weekly paper, per annum, ; : 250 The p i.-e of subscription mils' lie paid inva. ri.-iiil \ in advance, a fid the cash accompany the name sent All persons procuring ton names shall beenti t'ed to receive a copy gratis for one y ear. ' ' A P i l l l Lit. JA' K ON MOU ON, R ’TOOMBS, J THOMPSON. \Y ; y HI'OTo.N. May 2-5, 1850 Beauty and Ucojitnny C’ouibint and. r Mhr Old Virginia lli/e-Bietnsr. (Flianix-lil.c) has from its ashes arisen, with all its various virtues, its original colors to bestow. r|MIE Subscriber most respectfully informs J. Ins custuiuVrs and the public generally, t hat his establishment has been re-built, and can now be found on O’COTTON AVENUE, Rest of the Washington Hall, TT where he is fully pre pared to execute in the best manner, all the various branches of Dy eing,Renovating and Re pairing till kinds of Ready-Made Clothing, and Ladies Dresses, Shawls, Bonnets, and all sorts of Fancy Gooils damaged by use. Ladies and gciitlcinei*\v:ll plea sty label all articles sent to this establishment. Goods from all parts of the State sent as be fore, shall receive prompt attention, and be for warded hack with care. Factories and o:hers having warp filling to cn. lor. will find it to their interest to test the virtues of this estublishcment Persons wishing Home, spiindyed, will please observe, for black the warp must be purple or blue ; for brow n a cop peras color, and for green tiic warp must be white* ILL Cash must hr paid on the delivery of Goods. JOHN C. LOGAN. O’ Ladies, hy calling at his establishment, will always find specimens of his workmanship on hand. april 29 15—if l-'sa-tsl! Congress IVaicr. A VING ......le arrangements v*. jrls the Pro prietors of the celebrated Saratoga Springs. I shall be prepared to furnish the Water during the season, fresh and in good condition. A lot just received tmtl for sale bv april27 E. L. STROHECKF.R. Druggist. Pure Cod Liver Oil. \ NOTHER Lot of Rnsliton’s Genuine Cod 5V Liver Oil just received. The increased demand for this pure preparation, and t lie flatter ing accounts from Physicians and others, of its efficacy in releiving Pulmonic and Scrofulous affections, fully sustains the high reputation ac quired at the Norlh where it has been fully tested. april 27 E. L STROIIECKER. M. D. Fine Chewing Tobacco. Ci 11. &8. LILIENTHAL S well known 1 » superior fine Cut Chewing TOBACCO, in papers and cans. Also, various brands of Chewing Tobacco—some ofwhicli the knowing ones say cannot he beat. Also, various brands of CIGARS, which ate just good enough. For sale at YY. FREEMAN’S Cheap Store, Cherry Street, dec 1 1 rhiiinpiiignc Cider. BBLS. Newark Champaigns Cider,just oil* received and for stile by mmcii9 GEO. T. ROGERS. JI olasscs. fy TZ IllinS. New Crop Cardenas .Molasses, £ ') just received and for sale by march 9 GEO. T. ROGERS. I.ctuoti Sugar. CjUFERIOR to Lemon Syrup,and nearly equal kj to the fresh Lemon, for making Lemonade. Directions : Add one large tahlespoonful of the Sugar to« half pint of water. Stir it well, and a beverage is produced, inferior only to that mnde from the fresh Lemon. Physicians iri the country will find this preparation a valuable substitute when the fresh Lemon ctiquot he pro cured. Prepared and sold hy april 27 E. L. STROIIECKER. jP IGIIT! LlGHT!!—Another cask of that jIJ good Lamp OIL at ijil per gallon, has just arrived. Always on hand CAMPHINE, and the best quality of Burning Fluid of my own i manufacture. | june 22 E. L. STROIIECKER. Druggist. Dli HOWARD'S TKICOPHEROUB- l ie vents baldness, invigorates the roots and 'fibre of the Hair, and imparts to it a soft tied I glossy appearance. Price 25 cents a bottle.— For sale by E. L STROIIECKER, M I). Q ANDERS Roach, Rat and IMouscj LXTLR- O INI I NATCH.— Famines postured wit It these destructive little animals, ran be rid of the an noyauee by using a box of the ‘Exterminator.’’ Price 25 cents. For sale by •■pril 27 E. L. STROHECKER CiHidJps. O PERM, Adamantine and Tall ow,oi‘al! sizes. O Just received ar.d for sale by june 8 OLO. T RyG^RS. CAUTION EXTRA A I.mn to" Ole name of CI..IPP tun enrier-d „ llk ...une nisn of in- name of S. P. Townsend, ud ast , "Sine l" !'«l It» " Pursapnrilla, which -.hey cell Dr. Tow •e.-rn - SHr>“p.irtUa. demimuixun* it nh .S' Or t Pl i etc. This Townsend is so doctor, and never w», ; sai w> j formerly n worker on ruirrn.-ids. csimla. nn.i the like. Veth, xS'Uiiies tile title of llr.. for the purpose of gaining crtdl , what he is not. This is to mutton the puhlic not to fc, deceived, and purchase none hut the (l e..VCI.Yy. OHIO I X.ll. oi.n fir. J cob Town-end - * Sarsaparilla, havinj 0 . il the Hid Dr's, likeness, his family coat of arnu, and hj signature “cross the coni of arms. Principal Oficc, 102 ft.. .Vmj Ytirk City. mu •>* i v vt. i" viv kr in-- i-iik ' lieuiiiUi* Fowiscitil -<ar>ajiarilla. o.ilir. l-.one.-d » ..OW hmt7o > ears ol “» e . ,nd tie* ! lung n**«*i* k**i \ii »* Cm ./U 7 HUH Mini /) ISCOV rft FR f l >*• (? H.VUI.YI . ORtai.YvU. ‘ TOWXsF'jtfi/sffc S.iV.ili I /./..i ’’ i‘«*J i! r. IYvaftcottipelliMl in limit iu in mill 'imp, l»\ whirl) nit* ns it tm*> been »*ui iii9ir ket. mil the cirnmi<cribed to those only who had proved us Y\ortb. and known its value. It hmi reached the **ar• many. n«-verihciess. ns (hose person* who hod act a healed of sort* diiei*«*>, ami saved troiu death, pro* da: i ed i’r. excellence and o «»nd<*rfnl HEALING TOWER. k.iowji;w. many pears -igu that he had. by his science MI.I experience, devised an article w hich would tie of incalculable ad liotaue to in tnkind when the iueHm would be furnished to bring it into universal not e*. uh**o its inestimable virtues oould be known ar.d appreciated. I’hi' time has enine. the mean* are supplied ; this Ull.i.VU JXh CXh QU.i/./ch if FHh.r.iU.ITIOX is m iouiactured mi the largest scale, anti is called for throughout the length anti breadth of the land. es|tecmlly as it is found incapaide ol degeneration or deterioration. I’oliKe youngs. J* 'l’oyy nsend’s. it improves with age. and never change*, out for tnt* letter: iiecjut'e it is prepared m sctmtijic principle* hy a scientific man. The highest know! edge of i hmni trv. and the late t discoverie* of the an. have >it lae.’i hr..light into requisition in the manufacturt of the «lid ih*> s.trs.ap trilia. i’he Sarsaparilla r«M»t, it ij weli kn-tYva to modical men, contains ninny medicinal parties, uwt 'bint 1 properties which are inert or useless, and • tliier-. 'h ch if ret i‘tied in preparing it for use. product term eat ithni and tad. a bich is injurious to the system. Some t*t ihe properties of SNirsapumlit are s t( volatile, that th«‘Y e?il re|\ eVnoorate and are m t n .he pre, ar ttion, if th«*y iro mil presi rved hy a scientific process, known only f .o tho • • \Dffriencnl ?i tl' tn t wftctu *• .Moreover, these ooiatiie pr. m ip,e.< .*. iiicii lly mi it vpor. *-r hs an e.xhaia 'jiiii. uiuler *t* at. to* ■ ve'r\ essentia! medical jrrupertift .t ■ ■•• . i-. li* value. Any person can Imm! or - Bit-ntui ui t-.t .rs eolnred liqtitii. which is m- re ft .in nc » - M.o.er in (he root Ilian irtnn a \ ;h rig »• v ilio;. i. : trail? this lasipiii >r vapid liquitl. j»yy e* ien t'*i: on; ..00--es snd then ell it ” d.\HS.A l*A K 1 U.A KX rU A» i .r V KIT.” Hut sjcb i* bin the ariinr k- m* ii - 1 GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TUWNSKMIVS SARSAPARILLA. This i« so prepared, toat ail tue uu-rt pMjn*r.i«* 1 the Barsn|i:irili:i root are first removed, every timijr capable »»f becoming acid or of furmentatum, is e.viracicd and rejected; then every i article of rued rai virtue is st cured m a pure and concentratHd l«»rm ; and thus it is rendered ucnpaPleof losing any of us valuable and healing properties. I‘repartd in tin* way, it is made the most powerful agent in the Cure of iiiuitinerußle 4ii*ea*t'S. Hence the reason Yvhy we hear cornua’mi nions on every tide in its f\vt»r by men. women, and children* We limi it doing wonders in ihe cure of COXS UMP rIOX, J)Ysy/:rsw. and LIFER COM PL.4IXT, ami iu RHEUMATISM. ROh'ULA PILES, t Of’nU-KXF.sS. alt CUT. IX El) US EH UP Til XS. PIMPLES, UJ.OCTHi:s, and all uifeclioui ariving from IMPURITY OF ;i’HE BLOOD. It possesses a m irvetlous • rticac> ir» aii coiupiaiiu* arising from Indigestion, from .indity »f tki Stomach from um ipiai circulation, duterminatimi of Lvjoi u; tde iiead. imlpiiaiinit of the heart, cold feet au«! h uni,. c«dd « lulls and hot dishes over the hotly. It has not »i- eq«mi in • a>LU and I'ouyhs, and promote* easy ex}H!clorni>tm and gentle |ar pirtt.i ii, relaxing stricture of the lungs, throat. mhIN y ry oin. r par’. Hut iu nothing is its exct Itencc* mare m iuiic u-i. ..ml ttckuou It'dged titan in ail kind- and- tain - • f FEMALE COMPLAINTS. It yy orks \\ tinders in case.* of Fuvr Alims or lVh,t<« Ei." tvg oj tut: Hi/nth. Obstructed, St.yf r>- J r !’a a ,<i i> ■ Irregularity of the meu-iruii ,«ai \ k*• ; 1 is as etlfcuiai in ctiring all U;e t m - t By removing ohstructitms, and It gunning toe gema* system, it gives tone and >ticagtii to the YYhoiu bo*;;, kb tun* cures ail forms «.f Nervous diseases aiid deMlity, snd lints prevents or relieve- a gre »i varn tv of other mnlit diei, a# Spinal irritation . Xeurmgia, Si. Fitns J)s*(‘ Swooning. Epileptic Fits, Convulsion*, It cleanses liie blood, excites the liter to healthy actian, tones the stomach, and gives go»»u «oge-iioii relieve* tiif hoYVCIs of lorjKir ami constipation. hHuys inll.iiiiin.tUnii, Mirifies Ihe sk<n, «v*»!H|i-us Hae circvil • tn.ll .and tbs Wlood. p;od.*cu:g gentlo warmth equally all over the leal ml (lie insensible perspiration; relaxes h>l *i»ictut*s •mi uess, removes ill ohstruciDui-. nnd itivigora;e» tie '■tire nervous sy stem, is not this iheu TilC iiiruSciiir jOii jire-CTniilfildj' 11 0 -1 Hut can any of these ilimgs be said ofS. I’. 1 oy\ n-tii'l'* iulerior article? This Young man’* liquid i- ia t i»e COMPARED WITH THE OLD PR’S, because of one (iKA.VH f At: f, that the one <s I .NX A I’A of UHiTUUiIt \ l'l« ).\, and NEVER SPOILS, while the other DtMcid ; souring, ftrmi /. ting, and bin* '*? Ike butties containing it into fragment* ; Lhe -onr, a» u • exploding and damaging other goods ! .Must 1101 this horri ble coiiqHiuud poisonous to the *>ystem 1— IVhat! yut ccid into a system already diseased unlh acid 1 \N ha'. caU>«s Uvs|iepsiA but acid ? Ho we not ail know that Yvticn •ours in our stomach*, what im.-chiefs it pr«altic.es ■ ll*al ienee, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, liver cmnma iliurrhd’a. dysentery, colic, and citrnqdiou « *t the n n»«i • VVliat is Scrofula hut an acid humor 111 me body 1 VVnnt produces all the humor- which bring on Kruptmnsol die Skin. k*cald Head, s* ill Kbeiim. Hrys.p* las. VVbite lugs, fever Sore*, and all ulcerations internal and e\!erc#u It is nothing under heaven, but an acid *ub«Wi»ce. which sours,nnd thus spoils all the duals of the body. or .ess. What causes ICheumatism but a s«-ur or acid thud wliich insinuates it-etf lajtween the joints nnd ei tvYhcDL irritating and indaining the delicate ti* *ues upon "hicfi and act ? So in nervous diseases, of impurity of the bl*"" 1 "* deranged cm iilitlum*. >nd i.e.»rly ail the ai.uieuL- YYiiub ftfuict nuiuan nature. r\ow is it not hornb.e to make anti sell, tnd mot tt to o-e tdo‘ . f.I.AD.A i .and r > ( Sir OK 6. V. lOWASKiVi* .1 1 tie 'You..I I 111 ll Y» .1 Uil<l«’rs!u«»d MJtl | Y "V'.n ••. •• 1 1 ‘ s fi> inline Original Sarsaparilla. 1* an 1 ’ i< m\ of bi* inferior preparation ! ! Heaven fnrDu! that vy e >hoi|id deal in an ardcle '' 11 » you id bear the ino*t di-tuil re-einbianfc t«* • * uV JL 'end’s article! and which should bring doYvn m’" n ' ** ' Dr. Mich a mountain load of complaint* and roin Agents who have sold, and purchasers who I ,MV£ i*. Town-end’s FKRM K.NTIMi CO>JPnt!M» We with it understood. licrause it 1* the absolutt ■ _ that S. I*. Townsend's article and Old hr. Jacob *" mend’s Sar-apnrilla are heaven-tri tie apart, and infinite ft * uni lnr ; that they arc unlike in every piirlictdnfi hi 1 not one single thing in coinmon. „ As S. P.'l ownsend is no doctor, and never XV J*; „ chemist, no phnrmaeetuist - knows no more ui uicuif-...* di-ruse than any olhercommon, unseientilir. unpnde** l ' man. yy hat guarantee, can the public have that they ceiving a genuine scientific medicine, contuinieff n \ trtues of the article* 11-ed in preparing it. and yy hich,» r capable of changes which might render tlicin ihe A(» • of Disease instead of heallli. , But wh it el-e should be exiiected from one yviw nothing CtHiip iratively of imalicine or di'ease ! ItrCr 1 a person of some experience to cook and serve up common decent meal. How much more Important is '• 1 tlie persons yy ho nianufacture medicine, designed WKAK STOMACHS AND KNFJCKBI.KD SVSTK»* s sh.mlil know ».-tl lit* i.n dical |ui.p«rtiM <’f best manner of securing and concentrating then y irttme. also an extenaive knu'.viedge of th 1 various' % which ath et the human system, aud him to adai»irt*ii< to these diseases 1 ll is to arre t fraiidv upon the unfortunate, to into wounded humanity, to kindle hojie in the de*| , hlt biboni. to restore health nnd Uo*im. and v ‘B“ r m|)R, rcMshiai and iHToken. and to bam. h Infirmity that J • J it’Uli HnV.NrfKM) has ands portliimy and ur• m* to brine ins .1 (jliitnd Uni versa I Coiiccnß ,Jl K fined y jiu within the reach, nnd to the kuoYvhdge ofail wn*» that they may learn and know, by joyful 1 TiaiDtentltnt Tower to For sale w holesale and retail hy THOMPSON, SKILLMAN & C° Nassau st., N- ' And by J. H . & VV. S ELLIS,« n “ J. A A 8.8. VIRGINS. M. '■ |,i i7 - : ’