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Expedition to Japan.
The uuique cabal at the head of our Na tional affairs at Washingtor are certainly at tracting no small share of public wonderment if not oonoern, towards the shameless incon sistencies which mark their administrative ca reer. Among the many inoonceivablj strange operations for an administration that has preached so long and loudly again »t interven tion either by word or deed in the affairs of other countries, is the new notion of sending n squadron to the island of Japau in the Chi nese Ocean, avowediy to iuduce that nation to open its ports to our commerce and its terri tory to our citixons. All strange enough in toon who thundered forth tho strogest anathe ibfts ngainA any interference on the part of lur pbople with the Cuban affairs. I 1'ray, let us ask. what earthly right boa Mr. Fillmore to do this ? Has Congress author ized this expedition ? In wlmt particular does It differ, save as to the amount of govermental authority, from the expedition to Cuba of last ■ear? Is uot this same Administration, now || work on one hand endeavoring to convict ■ndry participators in the Cuban invasion, Kile ou the other it is fitting out this piratical Bslaught ou the moffeusivc people of Japan ? I Japan has adopted a policy of non-inter koursc ; she had a right to do so. Hut the kdministratiou thinks it will be a capital idea lo imitate England in her dastardly and de jjKspicablo policy towards China, in forcing a J trade. It will be a faint imitation to be sure, for the powerless arm of a Whig Administra tion unsuataiued by the people, would not really compare with the Htrong and energetic policy whioh the English Government pur sued. That policy never retraced a move ment, but went forward with a stately tread, placing tho iron heel of despotic power on j ft* «*. of Ike Chi.«, I« forward to the accomplishment of its purpos^ though extermination should attend ivery step. And why ? Because China efused to trade with England In faint imitation of this English policy, j he Administration proposes to send a body 1 if sailors and marines to the capital of Japan, j hat they may talk to the government through ho cannon s brazen throat on the subject of! iou-intercoursc. They think the Japanese ' ,re benighted on the subject of trade, and ey propose to enlighten them. They are j >r debating tho matter with powder Kid ball, r at the point of the bayonet .—Free Press. _ * v oven non Jjjyj, u Col. Jeff. Davis.-—T hu Memphis Ap ■al, one of the best edited papers any where -as sound to the core on orthodoxDemocra- ; by, as the best of them—thus says in connec-1 hod with our distinguished Davis : l " We arc prepared to pledge to our brother Demoerats ot Mi.csi.-isippi, tlmt should tli<* Ponvention make choice of their distinguished ^How-citizen, Col. Davis, (forthe Vice 1'resi Icncy) he will no where receive a warmer and more zealous support than at the harid^ of the »euioeracy of Tenuossee." I The contest about the Congressional printing is still uuder consideration. A reso lution introduced by our worthy Representa tive of the 4tli district. Hon. A. G. Brown, opposed tho miserable eoalution between the organs (or would be organs) of both parties, mid was susiaiued by an overwhelming major, ly of the democratic party—the business is to be returned to the committees. DIED In Grand Gulf, on Friday, 30th inst.. Mrs. Myra kvocsTA Frbacu, consort of Q. A. French*, aged Î0 years. On the 17th of April, at his residence in this county, of chronic diarrhoea, Mr. Joseph E. Jones, iged 59 years. Shoes ! Shoes ! Y assortment of Shoes, both fine and coarse,_ is complete. Encouraged by my sales I shall j stock and add to it every j oe line. I am making ar- j 1 1 ontinue to keep up my hing desirable in the shi angeinents to have manufactured fine shoes by I he quantity, of jiartienlar -izes. Just received, 1 doz. ladies' silk tipt 1-2 Gaiters | A'ith rosette. 1 doz. ladies' col'd silk tipt 1-2 Gaiters. I have on hand 1 doz. pairs Gents fine Boots. May ■<. I-..' H. S. Fulkerson. Executor'*» Notice. N OTICE is hereby given, that at the April Term, A. D. 1852.of the lion. Probate Court, I of Claiborne county, Letters Testamentary on the | I estate of Josinh Foster, deceased, were granted to !the undersigned. Notice is, therefore, hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate, to come forward and make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those having claims against the same are likewise noti fied to present them, duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. H. T. ELLETT, May 5, 1832-37-Ow Executor Eolipse Livery and Sale Stable. T HE undersigned have just received a lot of fine SADDLE HORSES, jAlso, a few pairs Match Horses, that are consider ed by the subscribers as a leetle extra. Call and examine. BETHEA A MILLIKAN. April 28,1852 36-tf Administrator's Sale. DY virtue and in pursuance of an order of the lJ Probate Court of Claiborne county, State of Mississippi, made at the Jannarv Term, A. D 1852 ihereoC, the undersigned William R. Sugg, to »'hom has been committed the estate of Duncan H. McIntyre, deceased, will proceed to sell on a iredit of six months, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Saturday, 22d day of May, A. D. 1852, It the residence of Adeline C. McIntyre, near the P * ,,ow Springs, in said county, the following per mnsl property of the estate of Duncan H. Mcln deceaaed : J 're, Seven llorses, Five Mules, about thirty Kraef of Cattle, about 5 head rtf Sheep, about DO head of Hogs, 2 yokes of Oxen, a lot of farming utensils, and 2 waggons. The purchaser or purchasers of »«id personalty will be required to give bond with approved rity for the amount of their respective bids. WILLIAM R. SUGG April 21, 1832-35-tds Administrator. P S aecu NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. BIBI. VATIIBI, PORT GIBSON, MISS., ARCHITECT, BRIDGE AND HOUSE BUILDER W ILL build open and enclosed frame, and Iron and Wire Cable Suspension Bridges, and construct Plank Roads and Railroad*, build splen did dwelling, and all kind, of Public Buildings, firaw plans, make models and specification* for the »•me, make out bill, of lumber and all other mate rials, and measure and value Carpenter's work, Ac. «ring the Dresent year, upon very reasonable for ready cash, Ac. March 24,1832 31-6 m, rmn D the in A For-Sale. HREE Sets Blacksmith'! Tool, for aale _a portion of these tool, are entirely new, the *" m ver ' l<»d order Call and see them. T J DAKIN •'P r 'l 7,1832 vi.tf : : h ite'tetete« DEALER IN Groceries , Produce , Ac., Ac., Ac.. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE, Port Gibson, Miss. January 8, 1838 21-ly Fresh Arrivals. FLOUR! R ECEIVED on consignment a lot of very au* perior Flour, manufactured expressly for this market and guaranteed equal if not superior to the beat St. Louis brand. For sale for cash only by march 84. of of ? » f«b24 ^ - T'EN THOUSAND CIGARS '•Shakespeare" A brand, jua t received by MERRIFIELD. STONE WARE. JUGS, Jam and Milk Crocks, (all sizes.) for sale J by feb24 MERRIFIELD. j " -, „ , - - - - — T """ h ** j rp 1 JL j ■» * ount EAGLE TRIPOLI, the pure article, 1\1 for sale by jan8 H. P. MiaRiriai.o. ' G up ERI0k GUN POWDER j O ^^ h y » rjlNE-APPLE CHEESE, Macaroni, Pic Fruit, I Fresh Raisins, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Ac., just received by jan7 H. P. Mekbifikld. J H. P. Meskipielo. P HALON'S Hair Invigorator, a fresh supplvi just received by marlO MERRIFIELD. A fresh supply of the 'Royal Diamond Powder,' justraceivedby MERRIFIELD. A FEW MORS LEFT. 4t TNVALIDS" are hereby informed, that Msa L r i field has just received a few more jugs that same "Medical JBrandy." March 10. OUPERIOR Old Cognac Brandy, expressly for O medical use, just received and for sale by Feb24 MERRIFIELD. OUGAR-cured Dried Beef, for sale by stock more can't cured Boats Has MERRIFIELD. f«b84 Fin* assortmeat of Stewarts' Candy, just re reived from New York, by MERRIFIELD. ISHING TACKLE, for sale by MERRIFIELD. feb84 TT P. MERRIFIELD has just received from LX. New Orleans, a fresh supply i his line. Call and see for vourselves. of articles in jan8 OBACCO and CIGARS, of the choicest kinds and brands, just received by Jau8 H. P. MERRIFIELD. Patent Caps, and P. Murkifield. ; P OWDER HORNS; Shot Belts and Game Bags, just received by jan8 H. P. Meerifeld. PERM CANDLES, Star do., Sperm and Lard Oil, ju*t received by H. P. MERRIFIELD. OTATOES and ONIONS, kept constantly on hand by ja»8 H . P. M E R R I FI ELD. s __ VARIED PEACHES, for sale by -LJ j««8 • H. P. MERRIFIELD. vQ^Â^cTlTee, Boston .nd Soda CrackeTs, and O every article usually kept h v those in hi« tine, to be found at MERR1 FI ELD'S i» uS Next Door to the Poet-Office. I* YI ivJL Hastings & Co TTAVHPRECEIVED A LARGE SUPPLY OF selected with care, and to be sold on accommoda ting terms. February 25, 1852-27-tl Fresh Arrival. S T. JULIEN J1 St. Estephe. ) C / CLARETS. Shreider. 1 Heisdeck. [ Champaign es. in quarts and pints. Lion, ) 20 pipe Hennesey (very superior) " Castillion, 1-2 ** Leger Freres; Ryo, Monongahela and Rectified Whiskey, Gin. JWaderie and Port Wines Demijohns and Jugs to put up the above, well staled. Call upon HASTINGS k Co. M arch 19 ! 1-2 Brandif-s 1-2 O/A eCt\) OULEY BITTERS, SHRUB. Ac. at HASTINGS & Co. C march,'4 • C ORN for sale, apply march24 1 WISHING TACKLE, in all its varieties by march 3, Hastings k to Y EAST POWDERS, Reading Biscuit, Soda Biscuit, Jcllys, Ac., at march 3, Hastings A co. I P ORTER AND ALE, at march 3, to _ — HASTINGS A Co. K Hastings A co. /"VATS; Potatoes: Onions; Stays and Shaya Hams;—Lard; Flour; in short all the Sun stantials of life, can be had at march 3, . Hastings A co Bool« TOBACCO, • O F various qualities and prices —a small lot of the "Jenny Lind Twist," and "Hakry of Hastings & co. Sugar. ries the West," at march 3, THE HILLIARD EXCHANGE, AS been Replenished and refitted, and your patronage is respectfully solicited by march 3, John G. Hastings. n Their cash. EGRO 8TRÀW HATS, by the dozen, at feb25-27-tf Hastings A Jo. L ARGE assortment of Fish Hooks and Lines; by feb25-27-tf Hastings A Co. W INES, LIQUORS, PORTER AND ALE, of I various qualities and prices; suitable to all tastes; now arriving from New York. Feb25&7-tf Hasitngs A Co. N miles acres, state ed. State. J UST RECEIVED—Hams, Dried Beef, Lard, Flour, Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Cheese, Ac ONION SETTS TOGETHER WITH A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES AND GOODS, too numerous to mention, which are offered on ac commodating terms. Jan 28 1852-23-tf March THE 1601 John U the his beyond If is ants the held the plead taken parte, It in in the H. T. Ml MlIMHiS H. CARPENTNR, H AS just received from New Orleans, a fresh supply of articles in hi» line. Call and see yourselves. __ P HALON'S Chemical Hair Invigorator, a pure article, for sale by Feb. 11, 1852-25-ti H. CARPENTER. TOBACCO AND CIGARS, O F the choiceat kinds and brands, just received by fcblt-tf H. CARPENTER. S ARDINES, Salmon, Lobsters, and Soda Crack ers, just received and for sale by febll-tf H. CARPENTER. H F.RMETRICALLY sealed Tomato«, a choice article, for »ale by H. CARPENTER, fehl 1-tf At the Poet Office. A. J. CARNAHAN, QMmm MD) TA/Mt MAIN STREET, Port Gibson, Miss. JUST D F.SPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Port J -LU Gibson, and the public generally, that he has removed to the brick building immediately above Orleans the Port Gibson Bank, two doors below the Post Office, where he is prepared to make up ß GENTLEMEN'S GARMENTS, 8-4, in the most fashionable style and on short notice ! lean, A goM fit warranted in all cases Jsn 7-'37-20-Jy • . J. s. DOHAN, GROCERY, PRODUCE, AND General Commission MERCHANT, Rodney, Miss. Cy Agent for Fellowes k Co., New Oiie*na._£0 OcJ» l fr 18ft, _ J 8. DO HA If, would respectfully infoim the • Planters of Claiborne and Jeflerson county! that he has located himself at Rodney, Miaa., for the purpose of transacting a - General Produce, Grocery, Forwarding, and Commission Business. He intenda to keep on hand at all timea an exten sive and well selected stock of 8-1 y Family Groceries, <$• Plantation Supply' ». which he will dispose of at the lowest market prices. Amongst his stock are to* be found the following choice articles, vi* :— Buckwheat, in boxer, keg«, and quarter bbls. No. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in kits, quarter,' half, aad full barrels. Wells, Miller & Provosts Pickles, in quart half gallon and gallon Jar*. Underwood-» Pickles, all sizes. _ • Lemon Syrup. Walnut Catsup. Do b„ Gordon's Currant, Gooseberry, and Quince Jelly* Peach, Plum, and Quince Preserves. Raspberry, Strawberry, and Blackberry Jams. Brandy Fruits, of every description. Lobsters, in all size cans. Salmon, in all size cans. Sardines, in quarter, half, and full boxes, East India preserved Ginger. Green and black Tea, of every description, Star, Sperm, and Hydralic Candles, Livermore & Son, No. 1 bar Soap, Morton'aH Toilet Soaps, of all kinds, English Dairy and Western Cheese. LIQUORS. Otard. Duprey & Sagera, Brandies. American Brandies, of all grades, Scotch and Irish Whiskey. ' Monongahela and Bourbon Whiskey, Rectified do Cordials of every description, Champagne, of the best brands, in pts k qta, London Dock Port, Fire juice Choice Madeira and Sherry Wines. PLANTA TION S U P P L1E S. Mess ami Rump Pork. Hams. Sides and Shoulders, 7 and 8 Tch Blankets, 3-4, 7-8, and 4-4 Louisiana Lowells, Georgia Linseys and Kerseys. Hemlock, and white oak tan Russetts, Bagging. Rope and Twine, Molasses, in half and full barrels, Reboiled do Golden Syrup, in half and full bbls, Iron and Steel, of all sizes and shapes. Nails, of every size, Spikes, do do. J. S. Dohan requests particular attention to his stock of Liquors, which has been selected with more than ordinary care. His Wines have been recommended by the physicians for medical pur poses; and his stock of Brandy's and Whiskey's can't be beat. He has a large and commodious Cotton Shed, se cured from cattle, and at a point where the packet Boats make their landing. He gives particular at tention to the Receiving and Forwarding Business. Has a large and comrmidious Warehouse to store Goods, and his terms are moderate. Rodney, December 3,1831 do m do do do 1 for 13-ly A 1 1 j do., PAIRS white oak tanned Ruseette on hand and for sale by i w _/-•— i ; seal Bbls. Super Fine Ohio Flour for sale /. S. DOHAN. 100 by Rodney April 88,1832. YI ESS and Rump Pork, Hams, Sides and Should- ; ivJL ers, for -ale at reduced prices, by J. 8. DOHAN. Rodney, Dec. 17. 1851 1000 J.S. DOHAN. Rodney, Dec 17, 1831 C 1HOICE Madeira and Sherry Wines and Bran / dies, of the best bruud, for sale by J. S. DOHAN. Rodney, Dec. 17, 1851 Half Bb's. Usher's famil Beef for sale S. DOHAN. 20 . •'> Rodney April 28 1832. O/A Casks Bacon Sides, 10 Casks Shoulders for eCt\) for sale by * J. S. DOHAN. Rodney, April 28, 1852. Lbs. Duffield's sugar cured Joies for /. S. DOHAN. 2000 sale by Rodney, April 28, 18 Lbs. Duffield's sugar cured Hams for sale by 4000 J. S. DOHAN. Rodney April 28, 1832. J Dozen sugar cured Buffalo Tongues for' sale by Rodney April 28, 1852. 12 /. S. DOHAN. Spring Goods. RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, &o., Corner of Farmer and Carroll Stieets, Port Gibson, Miss. K EEPS constantly on hand a supply of Ready made CLOTHING, Shoes, blue Log do. silk all Bool« ■MR Caps, Calicoes, Jeans, Trunks, Lowells, . Domestics. —ALSO— Sugar. Molasses, Coffee, Tea, Candles, and Groce ries of every description to suit the market. They have also for sale, on reasonable terms, Hard-ware. Cutlery, Tin-ware, Crockery, IfC. t 4* c > 4*c. good quality, and chdkp, for April 14, 1852-34-ly Ac., A., Ac. Their articles are of cash. For Sale! THE valuable Plantation known as the Richard Harding old place and now WV occupied by D. S. Patti wn^Ituated iu Claiborne county, about twelve miles from Port Gibson. The place contain* 1400 acres, mpre or less, 600 acres of which is in a high state of cultivation—the corn, stock and farming utensils will be included in the purchase if desir ed. The place is situated in a fertile and healthy location, and the neighborhood as good as is in the State. The terms made to suit the purchaser Apply to . D. S. PATTI.SON, the place, or to Jas. S. Mason, Port Gibson. 30-tf C\ all ..h March 17 1852 THE SÎATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Southern District, Chancery Court. George S. Clarke, 1601 . vs. John Y. Gayle anti wife, et. a/s. TTPON opening the U peariug to the si the Defendants, John Y. Gavleand Vary B. Gayle, his wife, are not citizens of this State, b^t reside beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary pro of thi* Court rannot be executed upon them. If is therefore ordered, that unless the said Defend ants enter their appearance herein, on or before the first day of the next Term of this Court, to be held at the Court-room in the city of Natchez, on the fourth Monday in June next, ensuing. h' plead answer or demur, to complainants b complaint, the aeveral allegations thereof will be taken for confessed by them, set for hearfog ex parte, and the matters thereof decreed accordingly. It is further ordered thst a copy of this order published once a week for one month auccessively. in the "Southern Reveille," a newspaper published in the town of Port Gibson, State of Vississinpi. Attest E S. RUSSELL, CPk. H. T. Eixett. Sol. April. 14,1852 I December Term, A. D. ' 1851. complainants Bill, and it ap satisfaction of the Court that 8 N Linen ton sale J Port and ill of &■ A •izes, 34-5t Jta MATTING I MATTING l JUST received per ship Alvarado, from Philadel- J phia, • , 1300 yards 4-4,5-4, 6-4 Vatting for sale at New Orleans prices. * • — ILSO — ß piece» superior Floor Oil Cloth, 8-4, of very handsome patems. and lean, prices *■ & April 14, 1852 H for 6 4-4, 6-4 and at New Or ff MASON. ! JANUARY 1, 1852. H. S. FULKERSON. MERCHANT, Corner of Main and Bank Street. Port Qibson, Miss. AS connected hi* late store with the one im mediately on the corner, giving a front on Main street, where he keepa a general stock to suit Planters, ir BUYS COTTON, Advances on Cotton, end haa a very commodious Shed for storing Cotton. He haa every facility for doing an extensive WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS. Agenoy fbr the Wilkinson County Factory. T HE undersigned having received the agency of this Home Manufactory would call attention to the following described goods which he offers at Factory price*. 4-4 Osnaburgs, 7-8 Osnaburgs, 4-4 Kerseys, 4-4 Linseys, 7-8 Linseys, Cotton Yarns 6 to 10, Sewing thread, Batting for Comforters. It is hoped that all friends of Southern enterprise will at least call and look at these goods. Clean wool m any quantity wanted for this fac tory for which a fair price will be paid. April 88. H. S. FtTLKKRSQfc , Agent. Cate Arrivals. æ Bbls. (Quigley's) Mess Pork, 30 bbls. " Rump Pork. 5- Casks Sides, Hams, 30 bbls. Park mills Flour, extra. Those who have used meat packed by Quigley, know it to be extra. His " rump pork, ' ia equal 11. 8. Fulrarson, .. 3 to many brands of mess. April 18,1838. Notice to Marrying Men. . HAVE on hand one piece Black cloth, as fine aa is ever made. H. S. Fuleerson. march 31. I Fancy Cravats, Etc. 3 doz., Fancy cravats. 6 " prs. French stripe and brown cotton socks 6 " prs Gents gloves, Buckskin, light Berlin Lisle thread, fancy colored and white kid. For rale by 11. 8. Fuleerson, march 31. P ORK AND BACON, 100 barrel, rump pork. m 6 casks sides shoulders and ioles. And for sale by march 31. n Fclkkrson. . LINENS. Piece 12-4 Linen Sheeting, (no sewing neces sary,) one piece Pillow case Linen, 1 piece brown table cloth do. 1 " damask bleached do. do. do. IU damask tablecloths, 4 doz. do. do. napkins, 2 pieces bird's eye diaper, u Irish linen, " extra undressed do. for shiit bosoms, u crash, march 31. 1 S 2 for sale by 6 11 S Furkerson. MUSQUITO BARS. Piece Brown Brein, 1 piece Linen bare, 12 pieces cotton barr, 6 pieces bobinet do. H S Fulkerson. 1 for sale by march 31 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHOES, 1 Ä l * oz pairs Ladies' fine calf and morocco 1 O walking stioes. aid slips, buskins, morocco ties, enameled mo., buskins, enameled col d fancy do., patent leather Jenny Lind tassel, plain silk fo> d ***** silk t, » , d b,uk,us aml w "' ,e . ku "'/•*' .. , ; . , . 8 doz. pairs Misses leather and morocco bootee«, patent vamp buskins, fine lace boots, col'd morocco! boots, tipt do., spring leather boots, and kid slips. I 10 doz. pairs Childs leather heel'd, col'd morocco, ! faced gaiter, do., boots, heel'd and peg'd brogans, rnl'o Jenny Unit«.. ... _... 2 doz pairs Infants shoes, assorted. 4 " Bofs hoot« and shoes. " Women's large size leather shoes, gaiters, sewed and peg'd, with or without heels, seal and kid slips. 13 doz. pairs Men's peg d brogani. fine calf do., goat do., intent leather mo. topdo.. congress boots, J Orleans button bouts, wrought fancy slippers. 5 doz. |>airs boots, fine call sewed, peg d and mud boots. 300 pairs Russets, men's, from 6's to 14*8. 50 " for sale by March 10. 1838 8 " boy's. // S FULKERSON. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH ING. J UST opening a* nice assortment consisting of Merino frock and dress coats and French sacks, India Pongee, grass cloth, striped tearsucker, brown linen, col'd. chambrty and check gingham coats and sacks. Black Alpacca, DeJoinville frock, sack and dresa coats. • J at Vests, striped, fancy,buff, plain, and figured white Mersailles. Pants, Black French and English Merino, striped Marseilles, fancy linen drilling, striped seersucker, blue French eottonade, plain blue cottonade and Log cabin. Shirts, 8 doz. linen bosom, lisle thread under shirts, brown cotton do. red flannel, white merino, check, Ac., Ac. Drawers, Net. wollen, Bro, and bleached drilling, do. laced jean, white linen Ac., kc. Fancy cravats, silk and linen cambric pocket handkerchiefs, lisle thread black and col'd. kid and silk gloves. French, strip'd, plain and mixed socks, all new and fresh by H. S. FULKERSON. march 10. SPRING AND SUMMER HATS. Q/4 Doz. Men's and Boy's Hats, consisting of Fashionable silk, Pedale*. Flambards, Pan amas, Flats, Campeachy's Palm Leaf, Ac., just re ceived and for sale by HS FULKERSON March 10,1852. SPERITS! SPERITS Ü C\ pZ J ugs, sealed up. best French Brandy, * 25 jugs, sealed up, American Brandy. 25 " " ,r Old Whiskey, 10 bbl*. Rectified Whiskey^ 25 half do. do. do. 20 ten gal. do. . do. 30 five do. da do. all for sale by mar 17 H S. FULKERSON. a ble TOBACCO! TOBACCO! JUST received, 2 whole boxes, Claytor's best, 10 40 lb do Common, 31001b. do 1016 lb. do good, March 17 for aale by H S FULKERSON. do MATTING, PIECES 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4. just received by inarch 10, H S FULKERSQjf 8 N EW style summer Calicos, Drillings and Cot tonade» for men's and boy's wear, Irish'Li<« n. Linen Sheeting, Table-cloths, Napkin, -white e ton Hose, Afosquito Bars, Ac., ju«t reccivefhnd sale by march 10 H S FULKERSON ot Y shall for J UST Received. 30 bbla. jRs« Pork; 25 bbls. Lime, 20 bbls. Cement, 73 bbls. choice St. Louis Flour, 3,000 lbs. "DuffiekU" great Hams, 30 kegs pure Leaf Lard, 5 doz. Lexington Mustard. Port Gibson, Feb. 23,1832, H. 8. FULKERSON. FURNITURE. A New lot, just received, consisting of dining, office, tavern^ children's and rocking chairs, wardrobes, extension tables, desks, matrasses of all •izes, bolsters tod pillows, and for sale by H S FULKERSON.Ü fob4 Jta BRANDY AND WHISKEY. H A LF barrel American Brandy, cheap, do do Superior brandy, vintage ■ Old wkfofca .. . of 1831, IT, worth $3 per gal. H S FULKERSON. do do for aale by fob4 O CLOCKS, CLOCKS. 6 Rosewood and Mahogany fancy mantle Clock«, a new article for sals by feb4 H S FULKERSON. the M A. J.M C GILL if t PORT GIB80N. WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL Dealer in Il R It. 8, MEDICINE*, AND im on to CHEMICALS, PAINTS JND OILS , WINDOW GLASS, SASH AND PUTTY, Landrrth'o Garden Seed», DYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE, rctri/Niar, tun soaw, anb brushes, fac STEEL PENS, QUILLS, AND STATIONERY, LET.TER ANDCAP PAPER, MKDICAL, LAW, AND MISCELLANEOUS BOORS, Blank Books, Superior Inks, PAPER HANGINGS. By-Physician*' Prescriptions will receive par ticular attention at all hours of the day and night. December 10, 1831, * 10-1 y TO PLANTERS, PHYSICIANS AND MERCHANTS. tt. DRUGGIST. I Port Gibson, Miss. H AS now a very large stock of fmh Drug* anti Medicine» On hand, «and offen them on the usual liberal terme. Call and see me before you supplies for the coming summer. 17,1838 bu ly your March 30-ly LOOK OUT FOR THE LITTLE PILLS. H omeopathic medicines—« fewfamily Boxes and Books, for sase by A. J. McGILL, Druggist. April 14, 1832 R. CHAMPION'S CELEBRATED PILLS — A large supply on hand for sale wholesale and retail by A. J. McGILL, ' April 14, 1852 Druggist, 1) D R. HOFLAND S GERMAN BITTERS, for sale by A. J. McGILL, April 14, 1832 . Druggist. C ONNELS PAIN EXTRACTOR—good for burns, scalds, and all kinds of tort» for sale in any quandity by gjtpril 14, 1832 J UST received, Laid Oil of superior.quality, and for sale by marl 7 A J McGILL. . A. J. McGILL, • Druggist. JUST ARRIVED FROM HMD QUARTERS. Gross Woodman s Cherry Pectoral, for coughs colds, and all diseases of the lungs, for sale w holesale and retail by A J McGILL. I Cleanse your System and Repair for the coming Summer. SARSAPARILLA , for aale by A J McGILL. ULL'S marl 7 B PURE COD LIVER OIL. A Fresh supply of tbia justly celebrated mediS cine for sale by A J McGILL \ few Garden Seeds yet on hand, call_ soon if I you want any more. ! Afarcli 17, 1832 NEW BOOKS* NEW BOOKS!! yusT received a new supply of Boors; many of J them Annuals for 1832 —Also, a very fine as sortment of Juvenile Book», School Books, Hymn Books, Bibles and Testaments, LOOK AT THIS DYSPEPTICS. XYGENATED BITTERS, it ia said w ill cure that dreudful disease. Call and Durchase a few bottles and try it. Be sure and call A J McGILL'S, who is wholesale and retail agent for the sale of it. March 17,1832 O at [T/-A FEW MORE LKFT.-/3] A J McGILL. Drutnetst. FOll BOWEL COMPLAINTS fresh supply just receiv A J McGILL, Druggist and Bookseller, B ILLINGS SYRUP, a ed and for sale by Marl 7 « Also—Cap paper, Letter j»per, Note paper, En velops, Motto Wafers, Steel Pens, ke. A J. McGILL, Dec. 17,1851 Druggist and Bookseller Garden Seeds ! Garden Seeds V. of Fresh iladelphia. Call and get an Almanac and examine these seeds A. J.McGILL S. J UST received a very large supply Seeds, direct from Dr. Landreth, Pa at Port Gibson, Dec. 10,1851 Lard Oil I Lard Oil !! A FRESH article, just received and for sale by Dec. 10,1830. * A. J. McGILL. Spring Goods. S, M*m ft BROTHER » Have just received a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods. Their stock is veiy large and extensive,-and their intention is not to be undersold by any one. Their stock consist in part as follows : Barege de Lai ns. Barege d'Ecosse, Grenadine, Champreys, Lüsten, painted muslins, Jaconet and c ross- barred do Do do plain Swiss Calicos, Ginghams. Low cl* and Domestics, Shirtings, Sheetings, Toweling«, Table Cloths, Cottonades, Brown Linen, Linen Drillings, Irish Linen, Linen Lawn, Ladies' and .Visse* Bonnets, (new style,) Bounet Ribbon. Lace Trimmings. Sarsinets for lining, Thread lace a^Efci Cotton " W Swiss and Jaconet edging, ■ M inserting«, ages and Collars, nflersleeves, do m I)o Worked C U Da (lo LaeaH Ladies' Kid, Silk and Thread Gloves, Gentlemen's, do do do Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Fans, Ladies agpl Visses Shoes and Gaiters, Gentlemen's and Boys shoes and gaiters, a large stock Of Ready Hade Clothing. Hats of dNhrent kinds, Cutlery, Hardware and Crockery, a lot of choice Tobacco. Saddlery, Trunks and Carpet Bags, with a great variety of different articles, all of which will positively be sold on the most reasona ble terms. Q7"C*U and see, no charge for showing them. March 17.1852 40-ly Statc of Mliftftiftsippi, I Claiborre County, j Frederick W. Poor, John C. Poftr. Mary Poor and Elizabeth Poor, minor heirs at law, of Frederick J. Poor, deceased. Y OU are hereby cited to appear before the Judge of the Probate Court of Claiborne county, at the Court House thereof, on the fourth Monday of June next to *how cause why the final account of Elizabeth J Poor, Administratrix of the estate of said decedent now pending in said Court, shall not be allowed, and a decree made thereoo accordingly. of at WITNESS Honorable Jaucs A. Max Iwklu Judge of Probate of the coun ty of Claiborne, the fourth Monday I of April, A. D. 1832, and the seal of said Court. Issued the 27th*day of April. A. D. 1832. M JAMES A. GAGE, Clerk. April 88,1832, ' . ' 36-«0d Dr. W. McN. RUSSELL. O FFICE, next door to A J. McGill's Drug Store, (upstair».) Rksidzvcx, in the House former'v occupiad by Eeq , jgHJtodistefy in tha raax the late F. J.Poor. M the Preabyterfan April 12, 1832 m. A 34-tf ^ wm—m JOSEPH R. NEAL, Saddle and Harness MANU FAC TIT It EH, E8PF.CTFULLY inibrms his Friends and the . Public generally, that he is prepaied, at hi» Stand, opposite Middleton's livery Stable, to execute every variety of work in his line, in the neatest style, and at the most reasonable terms. oct2»-l(i-tf R old . - BOGART, FOLEY A AVERY, COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Me reliant ft, ÖÖ St. Charles Street, NEW ORtRANfl. 0 y Persons having business with this lloua# are referred to John R. Murray, ef Port Gibson. NOTICE. LIBERAL Advances made on Cotton shipped to CURRY & PERSON, Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants 39 Commercial Place, New Orlkans. r. B. CURRY. I. 3 . .VERSO* PERSON Sr CURRY ; PORT GIBSON, MISS. Qy Plantation Supplies furnished at either place. MfO-lvl T FGLLOWE8 & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 149, Common 8tbeet, New Orleans, La. 07"J. 8. Dohan, Rodney, Mis*., will make ad vances, either in cash or supply's, upon pledges of cotton to the above house. December 3, 1831. 13-ly George Connelly, COTTON FACTOR COMMIS SION MERCHANT, No. Camp-street, New Orleans, La. Person« having business with this house, are re fend to Mr J. W. Champlin Grand Gulf [sepl7 in I wànwmim AND H AS just received, and keep« constantly on hand a beautiful assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, FINE JND FASHIONABLE JE WELRY in great variety. Also, an assortment of Eight Day und Thirty Hour Clocks, Music Boxes ke.. Spectacles for all ages, w hich he offers for sale on moderate ternis. Every description of Watches, Jewelry and Clocks cleaned ami repaired iu the best manner. [Or Old gold and silver taken in exchange. Port Gibson sept 10 ly a the is . the IT IS KNO WN TO EVERY BODY ! M the TUT S. Bernheimer & Bro Have received a splendid assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, prising, fancy crapes, linen end lace goods, staple goods, eottotyades, drilling, bareges, merino, table cloth, gingham, printed muslin, calico,cham brey, lustres, and a thousand other articles in that line. •* coin Mens' and Boys' Cldtliing* An uncommon large assortment of HATS, BUOTS AND SHOES. ladies' and pluses' shoes, slippers and gaiter*. Bonnets, Hosery, gloves, parasols, linen cambric hdkfs, plain hdkfs, kc. Saddles, Trunks, Bridle», Malting and Jewelry. In I April 7, 1852, 33-tf of GREAT CASH SALES! New Spring Goods FROM lic SWITZERLAND. S. BE H MHKIMER & BROTHER, AVE lately received a large invoice of Mus lins, of various kinds, for which they have to make a cash remittance within two months. Money is wanted, and consequently great bar gains will positively be offered tor Cosh. (legume every body.^d March 31, 1832 32-tf GREAT NEWS! SPRING I* OPENING I BERNHEIMER A Bro., have juat received a splendid stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which they offer at reduced cash prices. Their as sortment of Ladie»' Dress Goods. Staple Goods, Boy»' and Men's Clothing, Bouts and Shoe», is as complete as ever was seen in this town. Mvch 3. 1852-28-tf "THE BULLETIN," s. in done ANEW WHARF-BOAT, Grand Gddf, Mi«». T HE undersigned would respectfully give notice to the public, That having purchased the hull of the steamboat Bulletin, lately a packet between New Orleans and Memphis, for the purpose Wharf-Boat, he is now prepared to do a heavy Wharfage, Storage and Commission Business. of a W on He mules The Bulletin'haa just been in the dry dock at ! Cincinnati, ia impervious to water, and is capable of storing one thousand tons with safety. Her Cabin has been entirely refitted and is complete in all its appointments with capacious sleeping apart ments and neat airy beds. A good table will al ways be found on the Bulletin, with a constant ippiy of all the luxuries which the market af rds. JOHN L. COCHRAN. Grand Gulf, March 10,1852 ■ just sell that with Boxes kind line, ed, for su to aa ?f 'l . in PORT GIBSON, MISS. M R B. would annonnee to his friends and the public generally, that he has opened a House of Entertainment. His table will always be supplied with th« the market affords, and his quests made com by every requisite attention. Connected with Uouae ia his fine STABLE, which is well known to the public. He hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage, as his wees are moderate. * ^ K7"His charge for single teed for horse à a* been reduced to30 cents. April 7, 1832 M fill e beat forte Ufl Either Ml for of fully 33-1 y Insolvent Notice. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) Claiborne County, j T'a all creditors of the estate Charles Hood, deceased. Y OU are hereby cited and notified to prerent ■ your claims agjffnst said estate, declared in solvent, probated according to law, to the Clerk of the Probate Court of mid county, on or before the 13th (Jay of February. A. D 1833, at ion and report, or the same will be forever bar tor t-xamin- T I to •tabic solicit red W/TNES8, the Hon. J« MM A. Max pMMhrxu. Judge o! the Probate Court oi ' ' J y "t, 1 ""* C °*A t b th * f ° Unli *' Iond *> loaned the 2«th day of February ■ Ja:ie<a gagk A D 18«, March 3, tBtre, I Grand Eclipse Livery St Sale Stable«. T HE uiMwirngoed thankful for pest favors, would respectfully inform hie friend« end petrous thet be « ill at ail tui'n:» be supplied with a good outfit of F INK RADDLE ft HARNESS HORSES From hm well known reputation as a Livery man hopes to receive a «hare of thé generous publie ' map* . The followinr will be his e*m or craeom: le I»' Hire of Hack per day, • • Horse and Buggy jv-r dor, • Saddle Hone, - - •3 00 . 8 30 I 89 Harness Hone, u - Bonv, sloes, * Feed per month, do week, • do ningie day, Single feed,.H ' All tomes or injury done to hecks or rigging must be accounted for at a fair estimate. Persons wishing private convey- arm « anee, by calling at the stable can oo-QgBfMjBf tun any mode of travel thev miT.WTw •lesin. His hone« being well and gently trained, there will be no danger of breakage or loss of life. Fine Hobbes, Mixes and ScarsB, on hand for sale at all time*. He will give a good washing, rubbing, carding currying, ends full feed for thirty cents. From an arrangement he baa made with old Bara Milliken, an experienced hone trader, he is ena bled to furnish at short notice, pain or any kind of horses that may be wanted. Traveler« can get accommodated with board by the day, or single meal, all rheap and as good as the market affords. He respectfully invites hia friands to call and satisfy themselves. the right sort on hand now. PHIL BETHEA . 1 30 I 39 - 18 00 4 00 I 00 A few of aug81-1 v 1 If UNDERTAKER. fJMlE undersigned would respectfully JL citizens of Claiborne county, that 7 prepared to answer all calls made upon him his tin*, having procured a new and substantial Hears*. Having had considerable experience in superintending the burial of the dead, he feels confident of being able to renderentire satisfac tion. He would respectfully solicit a share of pub net ro nage. Also, COFFINS made to order, I Burial Clothes furnished. The undersigned, haying purchased the patent for Claiborne county, ia the only person legally and properly authorized to sell FISK'S PATENT METALLIC inform tho he ia now lull in Ik am l-£i oa a» a «a 11 91SÜ A» iij a new article, which has already, in a great degree, taken the place of the ordinary Wooden Coffin, because of its capability of preserving the dead from decay, and its convenience, therefore, in the transportation of bodies for interment. This is a new article, worthy of attention. The sub scriber invites the public to call at his shop, examine it. Persons ordering one of these Ci should be particular in noting the exact lenrt the deceased. The residence of the undertit,_ M one door north, and hit shop one door south of the post office. All calls, night or day, will be promptly attended to. J. L. FOOTE. Port Gibson Dec. 24,1831—18-Cm. and aeea, lb of CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING AND BLACKSMITHING. NFORMS his old friends end the public in ge eral, that he ia now prepared to do ell kind* of CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK, In connection with ell kind* of I n BLACKSMITH WORK, new and repairing. He ia prepared to build new Carbisuz* of every description, and do all kind* of Wood and Blacksmith work that may be re quired; Mr. T. Garrison having charge of the Painting *nd Trimming Department. Plantation of all kinds, done at snort notice. work The patronage of his old customers and the pub lic in general, is most respectfully solicited Port Gibson, Dec. 24,1851. l-6m PAINTING, TRIMMING, AND T. GARRISON, W OULD respectfully inform the publie, that P he is now prepared for a general business of Painting, Trimming and Repairing CARRIAGES &, BUGGIES, in a neat and fashionable style, and with the best material, and as cheap as the done in any part of the country. Hoping to be enabled to give general satisfaction for all work executed in bis line, he solicit« a portion of public patronage, at Mr. J. Kelley's new shop. Port Gibson, Dec. 24,1851 same work can be 18-flm. Wagon and Plough MANUFACTORY. T» i« ßftiltr, W ISHES to inform hia old friends and the pub lic generally, that he still continues to carry on the Wagon and Plough Making Busl. nesa. He continues to make Iron Axal Wagons for mules or oxen. Mr. D. haa on hand a superior lot ■ IRON AND S TEEL, just received from Cincinnati, which he offer* to sell on reasonable terms. He also wishes to state that he continue« to make to order SOLID STEEL SWEEPS, with or without stocka. He haa on hand Wagon Boxes on reasonable terms, and can furnish any kind of castings for customers or others in his line. Mr. D. ia at all times ready, with the best of workmen, to receive and execute any orders in hia line, as his work in every department ia warrant ed, he hop«« that Planters will call and efuuna for themselves. (IT" Shop on Court House »q Port Gibson, March 10,1832 usre 29-tf A. ROLLINS M AY still be found at his old stand at fwan^ tha head of Main «treat, ready ta fill all orders for COFFINS, Either fine or plain, Tin, Zioc, Lead, or Copper. He baa just received a lot of METALU.G UAt.S, for those of hia friends who may prefer them to any other. T BURIAL CLOTHES of all kinds will be tarnished when called for. Thankful for past patronage, would moat respect fully solicita continuanre of the same. Port Gibson. December 31.1851. 19-lv T HE subscriber* have formed a eo-partnarship, I under the name and styl« of JOllN BOBO h CO., to continue tha Livaav St.bui Beams»», at tha •tabic formerly kept by Wm R Kayos. They solicit the patronage of tha public. JOHN BOBO, WM R KEftS. Grand Gulf, Mhr. 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