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In a New York 'paper we tod J J
,? statement of a .atoh J ecn- 1
i celebrated uapiain .'
5 Samuel A. Bydam. of Nov 1 ? I .
"Travis bets Sytlam $1,000 t nai 10
will find a boy It will stand ut the dw
not to exceed two and a halt lntucs m ui
Meter to each hand and upon h.s head,
nfci Travis) 'will shoot from their
LIS -If Travis fails t find the boy
S wi 1 stand, or fails to hit the oranges
Tn e three shots, or at any shot touches
hXy, he loses the bet. The match to
Z o tin Louisville,, Tune 15th, 1858.
. I Arrit alt at the While Hume for the. week ending
: i A Tueulmj Ktening the 1ft.
J. A. Mcintosh, enmity; K. J-uhk, . ji.
Hughs, Corinth i J. Bean, city! J. A. 1 ate,
Ripley i A. M. Bradley, IVrry eountv Alabama!
"itiJmi-nnd.ralo Alto; W. W. Edinnndson,
Nashville, Tenn.l James Gilliam, CosnH.polifun i
Wtn.F. Dowell.Estp, Aberdeen A. K I otter,
Ihtutntoe comity; Horatio 8. 1 ...lev, Columbus;
W F Porter, New Orleans; H"n. A. 1 mson,
Fonto'toc; Capt, rZtTV
T. A. Montgomery, Cotton O n lurt; W . I.
WoodroiiKb. New York; Win. Poo and borvnu ,
VhTtZ County ; W. f. McQuton, City: C. H.
Betta. ' , , :
Ilallaway'a PHI.-KerT known dli-tane
ituin, or ailment of the sUimafb, bowels, Jiver or
organ of respiration, in controllable by this
reined v, which uct directly upon the blood, the.
bile, Hitd ull the fluid of the body, freeiuK thcnl
from impurity, Hiid giving tone to the orgmiizn
tion by which they are prepared mid circulated.
Sold lit the. iiuinufuctory, No. 8) Maiden Lane,
New York, and by ull druggists, at 25e., 0:1c,
wiiiI $ 1 per box. " .
OBXTUARV.
1E1 In this place ou the Kith March, of
Cnnsiinition.O.A.RICHARlbSON. Aged about
thirty-five yearn.
MA.HIEET8.
Okoloiiu lrU' Current.
Corrected Weekly by Williams iV Harden
SL'GAR Choice Brown.. . . pr. lb. .
Centmlii'd pr. lb..
Chirilii-d pr. lb..
Crushed ...pr. lb..
Powdered pr. lb..
' Loaf.'. pr. lb..
COFFEE Ri pr. lb..
!)J a lli.i
Li J a 14
1.1 1 .. I'll
, J J ft f
1KJ a
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. 16J a li
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17
Javu pr. lb. ..
MOLASSES Sugar Jlonsepr gal..
BACON Old r. lb...
. New pr. lb...
LAUD pr. lb...
l'OKK r. lb. ..
WHISKY Hexter pr.gal..
Willsbire.. in, till-.
17
a 1ST,
n .15
10 a Ifi.'.
JO a JO.;
10 a 10.J
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45 a
40 a 41
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FLOl'R ....pr. lb...
NAILS pr. keg..
CASTINGS pr. Il...
4 a 4',
fa, u
0;a 7
IS u IS;
20 u21
7ia 8
45 a 50
CHEESE Western pi. lb..
English 1 liary . . pr. lb. .
IiICK. pr. lb..
CORN pr. bu..
WHEAT pr. hit. .
POTATOES Irixh pr. bu...
Sweet pr. btr.
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05
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Mobile Pi ice Current.
OKRKr-l'KI) WKKKI.Y FROM TUB MOUII.E XEU 8.
7r 1 if )la iirnt vhirk fulUnr a.e firm r iitt cn.rciit rtuet
b wkicA 1'lnn e.-n Urd wit Of jttitt : t
.XJMo'MttH 12.P?Xlia-iV
flMKiuurio 1(KH) b:i'csi at 11J centH fir MUl(i'"ir.
JUGGING KendicI v.... .Vyj,-d..J7 19
Jnilii'...". Vya d..!5 0
HALE KOPE Hand Kpiui.V 11J....10
Machine Mpun-f tb J I
It ACON S den New V lb .... 10
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11.HM, bnj. y lb..
c:iiiviiseu.'lf lb..
1HTTEU Goxhcii V lb..
We-tUvn V lb..
CANDLES Star: V lb..
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COFFEE liio
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..If lb....li O 13
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Java
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do. No. 2..
do. No. U..
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.If bbl. 12,50 anno
.V bbl.Jl.lKI a H.50
.If bbl. 0,50 n 1 0,00
lb.... :)a
.V biir. .. 14 n
Secondhand. V b-'. . . 10 a
C. FX POWDER
. If keg.. 7,00 7oO
..V ft.... 4-ja 5i
IKON American...
Swedes
Cl'KtillL'l....
KERSEYS
LARD In barrrelx.
. .pr. to.... ;J a
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.pr. yard.. 12 a
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4
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pr. lb....J2i a
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new, in bhis. pr. (aiion.:;j a
iu lii'-bbU.iir. gallon. ;W a
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KIUI
.SALT Uleaehed....
-pr. lb 54 a 6
pi, wck.1,00 a
. SUGAR Fair....
! Primp. ..
..pr. 'h..
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...pr. lb.,
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Cla-ilied
Loaf
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' Dean's pr. ga'Ion..24
' Dexler'g pr. )-allnu..:U)
Maitland ir. gallon ..33
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1 ' THE PIlAlltlU NKW'S
Published Immediately on the line of the Mobile
and Ohio liuif ro:ti, at
OKOLOXA, CHICK ASA H, CO., MW,
IS THE BEST Adverting meuium for Chick
aw, Monroe, Itawamba, and Pontotoc coun
Ilea, has a large circulation In North MisaiMiioi
generally, and Is well kiiown in most part of
ine ooutnern country. It i respectfully re
commeaded to the attention of men of businexs
TO Arivortincrti.
"?" The RIENZI CLIPPER, published at Rienzi,
Muu., by 8. II. Lock hurt & Co., hin an exteu
aive circulation in North MissWbippi, and in an
excellent medium tbntt'sh wh'ch for the Mercan
' tile and business community to make their want
and wishes known. '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
BY Virtue of a Mortgage Executed to me the
13th day of May, 1857, by J. P. Taylor and
Wife to secure a debt for the sum of Seven Hun
dred and Fifty-Eight Dollars Thirty-Three and
one-third oente, I will sell on the 7th day of April,
1858, in Okolona, one lot or parcel of laud known
mm lot No. 35 in' the Into survey made by Wofl'ord
in the Town of Okolona, and State of Mississippi,
containing nine acres, being the lot on which trie
aid J. D. Taylor now resides, t Such title will
be given to the purchaser as is vested in me by
virtue of said Mortgage.
- i WM.F. WALKER.
March 18, lt&S. 27 3w
U U1VOAIIIAN GR ASS. Weh-ive hint
11 recived a small supply of this new variety of
grass seeu, which is sain to nave maue nve um
' of very superior hay to the acre in some portions
f lYlM U'aat lttaf lllllnnn. - -
VI III. SV. wn, "(lllllll'f
! - POMEROY & MARSHALL.
- Mobile, March 18. . r 27 tf
! TO DYERS.
CALL at Ward & Jones' and get the Reeeipe
and Ingredients for Dying a beautiful Nan-
Jeeni also their superior M otitic r Uoinpnund.
s Feb, 25, '3S '
FAIR WARNING.
'x.j ti.iii- into ui Linn tutiu v in iii..'i ...... ....
JL me Ut have liuincy, and -those who u.'fl in
debted t) ine.eithor by note or account, tmift not
think hard if they should find their claims in the
hand of aaoflicer alter the first of Apr'1 next.
in t , , i xr
X.J. XJl J. wl .
01tiilnnn,Marcli l'L'l.s if.
Tho Crisis is Over."
ALL who are indebted to us will find it to
their interest to come fin ward and pay tip.
Our necessities say come: jour conscience, tolls
you to come, our creditors want you to come,
jour heavy purses bid you come,
" So come along and don't delay,
For if you do, keep out the w ay."
WARD & JONES.
. Okolona, March 11, 1858 tf.
Great Sale of Town Lots
AT
Splendid Bargains to be Had.
ON MONDAY the TWENTY-SECOND of
Mnn li tuTt. will be sold, at Public Auc
tion, to the highest bidder, in the city of Okolona,
Oil, I!lMIti:i RESIDENT
nTTSTlVIESSI LOTS,
Situated in the most beautiful and commanding
ixirlion of the " Prairie Oity," also a few Dwell
ing and Husinees Houses.
. The terms are one half cnsli and the halance m
twelve months, with 8 per cent, interest..
Okolona is a heal tuy and nourishing piacc.wun
umiiiI si. hunts, tine cliurches. and the surroundim.'
coniinuiiity cannot lie surpassed tor wealth, in
telligence mid refinement. Ihenciguoi nie iron
horse" is now sounding in our ears, and in a few
months will be wilh us; so all persons wishing
a pleasant home or Lots ou specul 'lion, come !
come ! ! ' ' '
Feb. 18th, 1857. 24.5t
' Aliordeen Sunny South and Mobile Mercury
M ill please publish till the day of sale, aud send
bills to this office.
F. M. IKKilCltM.
W. O. HF.MH'IINOX.
ROGERS & HENDERSON,
Attorneys and Counsellors ut Luw,
AMI
SOLICIT CKSIKtHAXCETl',
VKULUXA, MISSISSIPPI,
WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Chick
asaw, Calhoun, Pontotoc, Itawamba and Tisha
miiigo counties; in the High Courts of Error and
Appeals at Jackson, and ut the United States
District Court at Pontotoc, for ull the counties
comprising the Northern District of Mississippi.
Feb. 25. '58 24. ly
The Okclcna Female Institute.
MMIE next Session of this Institution will eiim
1 ineiice ou Monday the 15th of February,
next.
T .1 I'l.'OW bus tnlcen flianre of the Hoard
imr llons latelv occupied bv Mr. Allen. From
twenty to lliirty young Indie's can be accommo
dated with board, at ten dollars per n in.
J. M'CUHDY.
Jan. 28, 18.58.
Okolona Male Academy.
'PHE Sixth Session of this Institution will
-L open January the 18th, 1850.
Tuition 2. $3. aud $4 tier month.
I Good board can bo procured in private
fanilies.
Students can be prepured in this School for any
class in College.
CYRF8 HARRINGTON, Prix.
W. P. W1LLCOX, Associate.
Okolona, Jan. 5. lcC,0. 17-tf
CoiiKervative aad Petrel please copy 8t
Walk ud like Men.
(IROCERlr.-t are goods which c."i 'ot.be
I boi";1'! wilhout the money, and yon who
have boi"jC o," us, not puyiiig i'oi- (lie sa'ne, v!l
il,'.ise coii'c I'o-iva xl a'ld Seu'e, by D -. i, 0"
Money, as ore of 'K firm wishes to t to New
Ytiilv ill a "ew diiys, for i m pii' ,io-.e o. pn'Ttui:.
iog Goods, which e.uniot be done wiiuoiit ii'i
moiiev.
W J LLIAMS & DA RDEN.
Feb. 3. 2i.tr
w.
JL'.
in B-H
UY iTO : . 3XT WHITE,
OKOLONA, MISSISSIPPI.
nHIS comnualious building, being pleasantly
1 located, and haviiiK undeigoue.a Iboroegb
repair, the prop -ieior will be happy io serve bis
old friends and the puDlie generally, wnii gnou
bi'ds and the best the market allows. ,
Jan. . '.58, 17-tf
LOOK OUT.
AS wo have quit Ibo Blacksmith business, we
are anxious to close up. We desire, there
fore, that all those indebted to us will come up
and settle their accounts, either by cash or note.
1'nless this be done soon, the accounts will be
placed iu the hands of an officer.
J. 1). TAYLOR, & CO.
Jan. (5, 1857. 17-'. f
Pint Pi.
1 HE undersigned, liv ing 7 miles South-West of
I Okolupa, would respect uiiiy uiioi m me pun
lie gene, ally, that he has a pack of Negro Dogs,
wi.li which ho will limit. Kr any person niwi ig
his services, at the lollowoig i.i.es, viz:
For hunting, from ilt'c to five dollars per day.
For ratcbing, iinecu dollars.
No charge made when-. ho dogs are at fault.
JAMES. A. THORNTON.
Jan. (5, P57. 17-2.n . '
DRS. GHEEN & TINDALL.
rpiIE undersigned have associated themselves
X together lor uie practice oi meuicineirom
the 1st of January instant.
J.H.GRERN,
. R. M- TINDALL.
Jan. 14, 1857. C6 ly
DUS. THOMPSON & WHEELER
PARTNERS
In tho Practice of Medicine,
OKOLONA, MISS. .
Jan 13, 1858. 18-y
UNDERTAKING,
THE undersigned, having supplied himself
with an excellent llliKKI, Is prepared
to make and convey COFFINS at lower rates
than has been customary In thiscountry,
AIO
All kinds of CABINET WORK done at low
prices, lo the best stylo
THOS. J. CROW.
Okolona. Miss., Oct. 21, 1857. Gm-6
MliDlClNES, PAINTS, OILS. &C.
ALL the Medicines, Paints, Oils, and Dye
Stuffs that is known in the world's his
tory can be found, as cheap as the rheapest, at
the Drugstore of - -
ia. - ward .TOXFS.
W. C jrQUISTON,
ATT UN E Y AT LAW,
Okalona, Mi.
April 18, 1857. 80-yJ
New Grocery Store.
r PHE undersigned aro opening a- GROCERY
J. V KTOKli in thin place, at the " Family
Grocery," lately occupied by Isaac Kt, Esr.
Tlwr rliuiim li.u'iiinir ..Iih).'1!i1v Oil hand a ti:ll(T-
al assortment of goods j.i their J'.ne, nil of which
they will sell at low prices, lermscasn.
Okolona, Jan. 13, '57. l-tf.
sj'q nn-im
Longer Indulgence Cannot lie Given;
Letno man be takenby surprise.
HOSE indebted to us are therefore requested
. to come torwnrd and make immemaie paj-
ment. ('eutlemen. vou have ur resources anil
vou know we have boeu indulgent. But now we
must have MONEY to pay our debts, therefore,
.... . ... . i i ......
all those who will not conic lorwnru inupp
whose liability is less than Fifty Dollars, will be
notified to attend at the next Magistrate's Court ;
and larger sums will be sued on at the Circuit
Court. Now let no one deceive hiinselt ; we wish
every man who owes us that reads this notice
will li'i-l that it is specially addressed to nun, aim
K-liltll Ink lliHIt-U if Kill k.n of. !t liiin feel that it is
an udditiouul admonition to go up and pay up.
Then no one can say or leei tuai uenas oecn u
without being duly and amply notified. Come,
nay your debts without cost or niurmiiriiig.
Okolona, March 18, 1858.
PURE DRUGS,
Medicines, &c &c.
BARTON & CO.,
OKOLONA, miSS..
mil VNKFUL for their increase of patronage,
X would fnform the citizens ot Ukoiona ana
vicinity, that they are receiving constantly ad
ditions to their stock, and their supplies shall
iilwavs fin eouul to the demand having facili
ties unsurpussed i( equalledi for furnishing
everything of the best qualities, and on the most
liheral terms they are confident that satisfaction
can be -given, and would invite all Planters,
Physicians, and fumliea to the above facts.
The articles are too numerous to name j but
suflice it to say, that we keep everything that is
usually kept in Urug Stores ot me couui, con
sisting of
Pure Drugs and Medicines ;
I aints, Oils, Dye Stuifi ;
Window Glass, Putty ;
Paint and other Brushes J
Cigsrs, Tobacco and Snuff ;
Patient Medicines for all ordinary diseases
Oct. 21. C-tf
PUPILS,
pOMEand get you a good academical Iuk-
V stud, good ink and reus.
Oct. 17. Ward & J.ioes.
For Sale.
AN excellent SPAN of HARNESS IIOR
.t. KES". For particulars, enquire at. this ol
fice, or at the Stable of Messrs. Wall & Foo-
shce.
Jan. 0, 'y8.-tf
Bring Tlicm Back.
TAKEN away from the Mayor's office, the
plot of the old town of Okolona, and the
ntnt of iho West part of the new town. VI ho
ever niav have these ulote will confer a favor up
on the community aud feel better themselves,
by returning them. ,
Nov. 11. 9-tf
FOR SALE.
0
NE thousand old newspapers the best kind
of wrapping paper. Cat! at this umee.
Come and See Us.
TE have just received the largest stock of
t T Groceries ever hetore hrought to UKoiona,
which we will sell at Mobile prices. Come and
see us, or you 11 loose bargains.
Dec. 23. WILLIAMS & DARDEN.
M)li SAhti Uli HCjC I .Ull iiftAaui-nuuti
TERMS. The new and commodiousStore,
- . . i. .-. . t fn .-vvt it r' t . i V k I1T T
next door to tho Printing ofhice. Apply to me
. . . r T . . . (" I, .. 1
undersienea.or to vv . i. luoingoioery ai"i
1 1. J. H. MONTGOMERY
Sept. 11. 4ft-tf
For Sale.
1
OFFER for sale, on reasonable terms, the
Pillowing property s
SIX MULES, A LARGE WAGGON, and
SIX YOKE OF OXEN.
Apply to the undersigned.
u' J. D. MURDOCH.
Dec. Ifi, '57. 14-tf
SAM.'I. R. WEBB.
WM. T. MOOHK
WEBB & MOORE,
(Mnccessors to Iluinphrles, Weill) & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ANII DKAI.KRS IN
WESTERN. PRODUCE,
BATTLE'S BLOCK , COMMERCE STREET,
Mobile, Ala.
r "'SAM.'I.'II. UKlltAUUSOS, will contlmietntln
nlmvn llunnc, snit solti its tlin pnlronspe of Ids frienil.
All orders to him will have hi perinl attention.
Sopt. at. 157. ' a 'y
t L. E. HILL,
A.TTO NEY &, COUNSELOR AT LAW
OKOLOXA, MISS.,
Will attend to all business entrusted to him, In
the counties composing tlu 9th Judicial District,
t let. 17, 1857. 5-ly
THOMAS B. SHEARER,
ATTORNEY AT L.W,
UKALOXA, MISS.
MaylS,-'.". 8:-ly
Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Door Mat?, &e.
IIArESTUY Velvet Carpets, Tapestry Brus"
. sels, Imperial three ply, all wool i Tapes
try Ingrain, and Ingrain, all wool, three ply'
Cottou warp, Wool tilling; Royal Hemp, Cot
ton and Wool twilled Carpels, with a large as
sortment of Oil Carpet, Hearth and Door Rugs,
Straw Matting, &c. Just received, and for sale
by SUMMF.Y, STRONG & KING.
Jun3,1857. S6-tf
, Lost, 'il !j '
BETWEEN Tontotoo and Okcdona, a Poeket
BiMik, containing a note on J. D. Taylor for
three hundred and eitrhty dollars (f:i80), another
ou N. F. Kyle (for w hat amount I don't remem
ber). These uotos, together with several re
eeipts, were all the Focket-btMik eoutahied.
, The finder will pleaso leave the pocket book
with Mr. Noe, at the Postoffiee. ..:
THOS. L. TAYLOR.
Jan. 20, 1857. , 19-
x&a m tm w y m m
mm m im u m m b
OI'
AND DEALER IN
Saddlery
OKOLOXA,
.Such as STIRRUPS,
mm,
SPURS,
BUCKLKS,
rixc;s,
&C., &C, &c,
re always on hand, anil for sale at reasonable prices.
ALSO Nettings, Webbings,
Silk, Shoo Thread, and many articles not enum
erated, to which the attention of purchasers
HIDES, Tallow and llivswax taken in exchange at the highest market price.
Shop at the old stand, ONE DOOR Feast of Ward &. Jones' Drug Store,
TERMS CASH. '
' Okolona, Feb. K L-58.
"WMMeIjWS
mi
m,..- ."4i "l -
Having purchased a choice selection of
are prepared to do every description of
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE, and on the MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
Those desiring
CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, PAMPHLETS, POSTERS,
CATALOGUES, BUSINESS CARDS,
Or anything else in our line, would do well to give us a trial.
Fresh Garden Seed,
OF EVEY VARIETY
For sale low down, by
WARD & JONES.
Ward & 'Jones,
U UOLUSAE AND It ETA I L
DEALERS IN
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
OKDl.ONA, MISS.
HAVING associuted ourselves tn the Drug
and Fancy business, in Okolona, ask the
pullic& attention to our well selected stock,
bought of the best houses in New York ; there
fore they feel themselves under no obligations to
let other houses undersell them. We ure thank
ful for tho liberal putronaeo of last year, and
hope to receive a continiiunco of the same with!
it consiiler.ilile increase, as iney nave aireaoy
heavy supplies on hand and continue to order,,
The following articles are a small purcel and
assortment of their variety :
DRUGS, of ull kinds';
l'AINTd, dry and ground in oil ;
All the propriiitary medicines of the age ;
llitty, Window end Looking Glasses J
Glue, .Madder, Oils, Tobaccos ;
Cigars, Suuffs, a very fine assortment ;
Wines and Liquors, for medical purposes j
Cloth, Hat, Childrons', Curling, Hearth,
Shoe, Horse, Foather, Nail, Tooth, and White
Wash Brushes j
Ointments, Pills, Perfumery j
Hilling's Syrup, for Flux and Diarrhea ;
Carter's Spanish Mixture, for Scrofula, &cj
McLean's Pills for Ubcaumutism,
Mother's Relief, &c, &c.
Physician's just starting will give ns a call
and bo fixed for traveling, as we can sell them the
finest set of Pocket Instruments, any size, Medi
cal Bags, Mortars, Pill Tiles, Spatulas, graduates
from minims to pounds, Saddle Rag Vials, Pre
scription Scales, for tho pocket, Cupping Cases,
Dissecting Instruments, Dental Instruments,
&.c. In short, just let them call and suit them
selvos, as we will suit yon if we can.
CUONIN, IUIliXTHAL & SEARS,
SUCCESSORS TO
GRANT & BARTON,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS,
No. 118 A: 120DITAN -STUEET,
KKCONl) 1U.OOK ABOVK CM AMUKItS-STKlil'T,
M2W.YOUI4.
Sept. 2, '57. yj-ly
A GREAT BARGAIN
(lANbehadin my pioperty iu the town of
J Okolona. For particulars, enquire of G.
W. Ezell, or T. JJ- Shearer.
A.C.ALLEN.
Sept. 9 100-tf
" To all whom it may Concern.
" TAKE NOTICE."
0E0L02TA AH3.A-D,
-ni'T-
ABERDEEN LOST in the DISTANCE.
T7"E the undersigned do agree, on and after
V the first of Jauunry, 185f , to take in pay
ment of debt or for Goods, at
any and all Dill
On Solvent Baaks, at PAR ;
Viul w further aeree to sell Good as cheap or
cbeaiier than can be bought in Abcrdeeu, or this
side of Mobile. -
We mean what we say. Ciul and examine
for yonrstdves.
YOU WILL FIND US AT THE OLD STAND
OF ' ' ' J
ADDISON FTTTTl.
WILLIAMS & DARDEN.
Okolona. Jan. . KA 17-tf
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MISS.
are most respectfully invited. .
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ill
a vw t. vjmvjm v-j ' trjrw v-
PLAIN and FANCY JOB TYPE, we
-
MOBILE ADVEnHSEMIJETS
Great Reduction!
Books, Stationary, &c., &c.
MIDDLETON &. McMASTER,
:w WATER STREET,
2IOX1IXjIH3, ATjA,
I"?JInvite fhe attention of Dealers and individu
als generally, to their very heavy stock of
SI icIlant'oiiN,
Law iiiid
JlcdKal,
TlMM!ozifnl aud
SCHOOL BOOIESi
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND . FRENCH
a a Ts "n "3 n
ti wmit m mJ m W f
Of nil sizes, kinds and qualities, and also
FANCY (r)OI)S,
All of which tiiev will dispose of this Winter at
NORTHERN TRICES, v:ih a reasonable de
duction for Cnsli.
13 0 0 K 15 I X D I X G ,
In ail it.i branches, executed v.Ith neatness and
dispatch, at T.OWERT RATES.
I -ir PRINTERS will Jind every de'criptioh
of PRINTING MATERIALS, incfiullug HOE'S
PIii:ssES, at Fou'iil'-v I'licen. Also NEWS
PAPER, from the Mai'.etta (Ga.) and Charleston
(S.C.) Mills.
Come one, come n'l, w hen von visit M'ohile, to
: WATER STREET,
Where you can find everything you want in our
line, at the very lowest prices.
Hooks and small Packages can be sent by
Mail at a small cost. " '
Mobile, Dec, 211, 1857. 15-Ct
MlltTIl MUE Of ST. LOL'IS STHEET. ' '
Tirst House above the Corner
OF
ROYAL AND ST. LOUIS,
MOBILE, ALA.
IW The above House will be kept open under
the management of Jlr. K. A EiOPIvSfc
(assisted by her Son, IS. F. ISOFEU, Jr.,)f
and she hopes to receive a continuance of the
patronage heretofore extended to the House.
Dee. 11, 17. . 12-6m
DENSON'S
ELECTRO-MAGNETIC OILS,
ARE the greatest discoveries of the age, for
pains and all diseases produced by ayn
obstruction of the fluid that obstructs the ner
vous system. It has been proved iu thousands
of instances, and tho proprietor is able aud wil
ling to prove to all almost instantaneously, that
it is the QUICKEST, SAFEST AND MOST CERTAIN Rf.M-
kdy ever known to the white man, for seven
tcnths of the following diseases, viz : Neural
gin, Rheumatism, Paralytic Stroke, Pulpitalion,
Pains of all kinds, Swellings, Scrofulous Erup
tions, Heao-ache, Tooth-ache, Cramps, Colic,
Spasms, Frost Bites, Rums aud Scalds, Stiff
Joints, Sores of all grades, Piles, Womb Dis
eases, Inflamation, Bronchitis, Fore Throat,
Tetter-Worm, and all diseases which are sore
and painful.' These medicines are purely In
dian remedies, and free from all harm.
Mannfactured In Mobile, Ala., by A. C.
DENSON, born and raised In the South. T.
C. Brady & Co., corner of Coyti and St. Eman
uel Streets, Geueral Agents. Sent to any place
by mail, for $1 per bottle, in ordering, state
the disease, as there are eight kinds, adapted to
each class of disease.
Oct. 2S. 1857. 7-Iy
I. I.. CAMfllKl.t..
COR. K. BENNETT.
CAMPBELL k BENNETT,
General Commission Herchants
FOR SALE OF
XjXXTX3 STOCK ' "
And all kind cf Country Frcdacs,
MOBILE, ALA.
IW We will charge 2-i per cent, on Orain and
Bacon and 5 per cent, on all other Produce, and
respectfully solicit a portion of patronage from
the public," pledging ourselve.) to do the best we
can lbr our customers. '
Nov. 25, 1ST.7. 11-Tuu
Aberdeen, Houston, mid Starkville papers
will please copy C urn., aud send bills as above.
J. F. VOODIIULL & CO.;
no. au uommercQ street.
- MOBILE, ALA. .
JNO r. WOOOHULL. iOS. BROWN. C. R. WEAVER.
Juna24,ie57. . F9-ly.
mm
Candidatow.
I'Ult CIRCCIT l.KK. ' '
! y We urn authoried to aiinoeiKo WM. L.
I'ASKIN iw a Cniiii'idivte for (lirmit Clerk attbe
cufuiug election.
, y' We nre nutlio.ized to nniiouuco the D.ira
of L. FITZHt'GH us n (Validate for Ci.ru'i
Cierk at Uie e usiriig election.
FOR PltOHATK CLERK.
1." Wo are authorized to announce the name'
of JAMES S. CAROTHEIuS ua Candidate for
Probate Clerk at the ensuing election.
t i' We are authorized to announce JOSEPH
A. HALE as a Candidate for Probate Clerk at
the ensuing election.
FOR (SHI: UIF P.
Wm. I. Viirr has aulhorwed ns to an
nounce bis name as a Candidate for Sheriff at
tho ensuing election. .
CVrWe nre authorized to announce 1). K.
FOOSHEE, Esq., as a Caudidate for tsheriff at
the ensuing election. , .
ffVe are authorized to announce EUFA8
A. BEAN as a Caudidate for Sheriff aTlhecu
suing election. . ,' -
tW We are authoiixed tonnnonucvO. W.
KENT, as candidate for sheriff at the en-ruing
election.
ABERDEEN ADVERTISEMENTS.
COMMERCIAL Ii;0USE,
ABERDEEN, iMlRKISSiril,
J. D. IflcALLISTEK, Proprietor.
HAVING located this establishment for O se
ries of years, I would aimouuco to tho
traveling public, .that it has been completely re
fitted,and refurnished, " from tnrrett to founda
tion stone," filled with attentive servauts,and it
table supplied with the best fare, so as to extend
to its guestsjt he comfort ef a home.
Aberd.-cu, Jan. 6, lri37. 17-tf
EMPIRE STORE.
2iLP.SS? PAP.F.XCH & CO.,
AUERDJEE.T, MISS.,
ARE-now in receipt of their elegant Stock of
FAIX & WlNTElt OOIS,
Consisting of almost all articles kept in a Dry
Goods IlouseB. Give them a call, when you
visit Aberdeen, if you want cheap and good ux-
ucies, oi loo very laicnv ijic.
Among the many articles always kept on hand
will be found Black Velvet and Cloth Cloaks and
Shawls, Capes and Cloaks for Misses and Chil
dren ; Silks, of every style, very cheap ; Skirts,
of ull sizes and qualities ; Hats and Caps, of the
latest agony ; Roots and Shoes, Gaiters, Bro
gans, ect., very cheap ; Hardware and Cnttlery,
a ruperior assortment ; Bleached and Brown
Shirtings and Sheetings, of all widths, ect., etc.
In short, anything and everything that the pub
lic could desire can be found at tho Empire
Store, as cheap as tho cheapest.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and
examine for themselves, as they feel confident
thev can please all, even the most fastidious.
. BARKER, PARRISH& CO.
Oct. 21, 1P57. C-tf
LadiesSilk Drcssdoods Rich.fancy
silk, flounced dresses, Black do., Fancy
Colored, fancy and plain black dresssilks, ofe.lt
styles and at prices to suit the timesyC' " " "
SUMME Y, STRONG & KING'S.
June 3,157. 66-tf
(.'HAS. BY It AM.
WM. M. JOIINSOX.
CIIAS.BY.UAM&'COM'
StoKse-and Commission Merchants,
AF.EVDEP.y,
rpiIE undersigned, feeling thankful for the
JL liberal patronage extended to them hereto
fore, re-pecUully offer their services for the en
suing season as
FOUWAEDING MERCHA1TTS.
Being now engaged exclusively In the above
business, they promise attention and dispatch.
UJ- J lie highest market price "will be paid for
COlTOs, IHiY HIVES, UEESWAX, ifi.
CIIAS. BYRAM St CO.
Sept. 9,17. 100-Cm
The patrons of A. E. Si W . J. Lecyard, John
O. Cumming & Co., Turlick Irwin & Co., Y.
Bull & Co., Marble & Brown, Baker, Lawler &
Co., and Hamilton & Young, will be eupplied
with Uagging and Hope by u-
POPULAR TRADE
And Goods for Thousands.
The Largest and most Desirable Stock of .
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and Shoes, Ilats and Caps, Gentlemen
and Youth's Clothing, Carpets, Matting
and Rugs, Carpet Bags, and Saddlery, Hardware,
Queens and Glass Ware, that hoa ever been of
fered in the
arekveex Market
for sale, is now betug received and opened It
SUMMEY.lSTROXQ JTAO,
at their old stand opposite the Herndon House.
The above stock has been recently purchased
in the Eastern market by Mr. Bummey, who
has with great care selected the most beantiful
and fishionable styles of DrcssSilks.Granadines
and Organdies, both plain and flounced, Linens,
Lawns, French Jackonets Muslins, Ginghams,
and Calicoes of the greatest variety of patterns
and styles and at prices to suit any end every
body.
White and Black Silks, French and Embroid
ered Mantles, the latest agony, Black Chantills
Lace Mantles, of various prices and shapes. Al
so something estra in that line. ;
We ask the especial attention of the ladies to
our very large and beantiful stock of Lace Goods
and Embroideries, Nauisook, Swiss and Mull
Muslin, Cambrie and Jaconetts, Tbules.BolJn
ets, Tarltons, Dimaties, Brillianteens, &c.
Si'iiMKr.STRoxa &Kia.
June 3, 1857. $6-tf
BLANKS! BLANKS!!
WE are prepared to print BLANKS and do
allmauner of JOB-WORK it thlseffiee
on the shortest notice. .
June 17 fH-tf
Plantation Goods. . .
UVSSET Shoes. Mod Boots, Kerseys and
Blankets. Coil in if yon want the best
article at the lowest prices. v
PUMMEY, STRONG & KING.
June 3, lt57. . fC-tf
EVANS & TUCKER,
IIOl'STCX, Cbickawitv co Itlitm.
WILL practice in the Courts of Chickasaw,
Pontotoc. Monroe, Lowndes, Oktibbeha,
Choctaw, Carroll, YalobushaandCalkouncoun
'"oFFICE.S. E corncrof the Pubitc Sqj
T. S. IV!". J
w. r.Ti'citra. S
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