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% T(iTICK is hereby given, 'Hint, nt the Sep*
\ t f mber Term. A. 1>. 1S.V2.of the lion*
I ] ( , |'rel>at«i Court of Claiborne county,
0 f Administration were granted to the
the estate of Andrew t lies«,
etter»
1 er signed, ou
tovaseu.
*11'
i jl pcr»on!>, indebted to »aid estate, are
. , r a»v notified to make payment to the un
.Li ned without delay, and those having
Lm against the same, are likewise ooUfied
' ri sTiit the same duly authenticated, within
scribed by law, or they will he
J. Ii. THUAS1IKR,
7*tiw
1 * 111 * J5*r \TK OF MISSISSIPPI, )
* l MUOUXC COUNTY. 1 J
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I i / ■ t mo t of Mlltl k tn tt i, at >t]>
1 r Tirât. -1. If 1
i rinir!' s Root It. War«l, and all other per
' , i ,1 il-., lu. G tellement s ami
'•«' J'" 1 ' , U 7 .Vw , •
u re id'incut« ol Mid »'aid. » j
'( HI are hereby cited to be and npjH'ar be* :
fore the Probate Court of Claiborne coun- ;
Mississippi, at a Term thereol to bo bold-1 ^
. ... :• ...
! the t ourt lloix.-c, 111 ami tor »aiu county,
.* rmirtll Ylflinlil.V of Ko«
VCllllur HCXt, and on the first day
* ♦* * . j. , u . if . i»v vim lfivi» nr
,. to .a «V TU , It uuy you nave, or ,
why the prayer of tM undcrsignru, ;
liau of the estate of Charles Booth, j
W 1 f, ran orderte sell the following de-'
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. i .f» . lands, toucuicnk- and hcmhtaincn », '
loligilig to the estate ot said »\ ard, to-wit : .
id No. 1, in siiuaro No. 4, between Main j rv
.- I > 1 Dro-dwav in tho town of Grand !
i'" n , ,i „„1 1.^,.,.,. ni„l>
. l,!, !... all not Ik. grant»!, «»»d'h ml(lc
rv. *ti accordingly * Jll'.e. Jit Mil II,
t k'tob r G, 1 *5*2.—7-fit Guardian.
ln
she time pv
fc"'" . so-»
Oct. t», lb-»-'
barred.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK.
vrOTICK «» hereby given, thai at the Sop.
ÎN (ember Term, A. D 1SÔV». of tl.e llono
,,,| C Probate Court of Claiborne county, lot
of Administration «ere granted to the
the estate ot Humphrey M.
VP*
undersigned, on
l» 0 *ey, deceased
All liersons
reby notified *® . . . .
, muent tothe undersigned without delay,
\ tlioso having elaime against tho sumo arc
; .„„üßt'dto ptviwnt the sa mo duly au
' ' utloat '1. within the time prescribed by
' ,', r tfi»v will bo forever burred.
hW MARTIN 0 llOrKrNS, AduTr.
(lot 6, I"■*
indebted to said estate, are
forward and make
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an,
UNDERTAKER.
mm" undersigned would respectfully inform the ,
1 i itisens ol Claiborne county, Huit he is now I
uv ! to answer all ealls made upon him j
* having i.rocured a new and siilistantial
, ... lav ing had considerable .iiwrienee ... T
,,g the burial of the dead, he feel- J
, ? • „1 being able to render entire sati-lac ,
. Hi would respectfully -»licit a -hare of pub- j
',!>o. COFFINS made to order.!
•» furnished.
;tu'd, having purchased the patent j
, i.5v. is the only person legally
;; '• .iOri/C'l to sell
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-1-32.11 Oti biJ -£j* SU » i
"'.V su t i >|-;ring. He is prepared to build new
*ii:xi.v<.; - ot every description, and do all kinds
; W. >i and Biaclismith work that may be re
red; Mr. T, Garrison having charge of the
t Trio ning Department. Plantation
done at short notice.
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The u\
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I i-K l'ATEXT MKTA1.1.10
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LLlaa
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which has already, in a great degree, j
if the ordinary Wooden Göttin,
liability of preserving the dead
v. ami its convenience, therefore, in
illation of bodies lor interment. This
The sub
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»km tin'
•cause el ft*
s ace
n
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a ii.'W article, worthy of attention.
invites the public to call at his »hop. and
Person* ordering one of these Gases,
be particular in noting the exact length ot
'eeea-ed. The residence of the ...
• door north, and his shop one door south ot
p .st office. All calls, night or day, will be
•intlv attended to. J. L. I Of! IK.
hi, October fi, IS52.
her
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7-ly
Poll t
'.VIIKIAGH AND WAGON MAKING
AM»
iSL ACK-SMITH ING
»AK
aId friends and the public in gen
• i-i; i\v prepared to do all kinds of
CARKUHE AND IF .WON H ORN,
. •'i m with all kinds of
NH»!!"!
: co
BLACKSMITH WORK,
ttmiiq
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The |i '. -.ige of hi- old customer* ami thepub
• i:i , •! ■ I. i- mo»t r 'pectfully solicited
Port Gib-ou. October 0, 1-52.
7-8mo
PAINTING, TRIMMING,
AN!»
« «J . ^ hà '.IS -A ^te ß 4 '»di» »i« «JÜ
m. '• >
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r . U A K It I H « A ,
VTTOULD resjrectfuUy inform the public, that
» V be i- now prepared for a general business of
Daintiso, TniMMte'o an» Rimpairing
CARRIAGES &, BUGGIES,
u :> nc.it and fashionable style, and with the best
rial, and a-cheap as the same work can to
in any part of the country. Hoping to he
cabled to give general satisfaction for all work
xeented in his line, he wlkits a portion of public
wtronage, at Mr. J. Kcllev'« new shop.
07-Terms Cash.«££
For*. Gi!
7-ly
ui, October 0, 1852.
m. ^ 1 S 34 M 8 I»
DEALER IN
jjjjp M* ÎÜ v -toT is X£f iss Lâii,
111 iii4l»4 9 Sa -h, lloorK, kc ,
fc>. 3. Dmh * Buildings, formerly orrupUd by Jus. S
A/as-'.i, Port CUiton.
September 22,18.
8-ly
iPLEBPlff FURNITURE
r H WE just returned lronr the upper country
L witn J COMPLETE AND PERFECT Ah
lSSORTMENToi
HOUSE FURNITURE,
is ever has been brought into this market, which
I offer for sale upon term* lower than usually oner
id. My stock embraces
Chairs, Bureaus, Sofas, Bedsteads,
&o., &o.
I will also furuish, upon contract, ready-made
S«slv BIsn'ts, Doors and Flooring, at price* tower
Ilian they can to pro< ured elM-wtore^in tlns emm
try.
5-1 y
Sept. 22, 1852.
LIVERY STABLE.
Frcvsli Arrival*. _
A JUST received forty-eight head oi
JoiSaddle & Harness Horses, JEXk
t mu stable. Th*y are extra ones, and all who
nay rail and examine will be so convinced. « -
■H» buying upon our judgment Will be_ warraii e^^
» their purchasers. Now is the time for plantera
>nd others, to call, who wish to make a good pm>
' ! 'a»e, ur who wish to examine superior stock, oat
Stable and yard* are opposite the Washington
M Main Greet. J. k H. MIDDLE TON
»*pt 25,1852
6-1 y
S. B. & W. E. WALKER,
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AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Main street, (one door above the Washington I
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Ac., Ac., he.
Hall.) Port Gibson, Miss.
July 28,1853.
•19* lv
M essrs, s. n. k w. e. walker, keep cm
•tant ly on hand and for sale, at priées to suit
customers, the following ennincrated articles.
T I ft IT f) II M
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J- B. A P. H. Goddard. and Jean Loui* Brandies,
American and peach brandies,
Scotch ami Irish Whiskeys,
Bourbon and Monongahela Whiskeys, '„l
Rectified ami common Whiskeys,
Champaigns Wine*, of best brands, in nts and qls,
• Clarets, of different brand, in pints and quarts,
j Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines,
: Brown Stout, London and Scotch Ale,
; Holland and New York Gin,
^ U ! u « h , t,,n aml Gouley Bitters,
Cordials, of aU kinds.
They would respectfully call the attention ol
the comnmnity to their stock of superior
CUiAllS AND CHEWING TOBACCO;
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, j ias «elected with much care, and will ! t
; not fail to please all who find solace from tho In
j dian weed. •
C7~ Gur object i* to »ell low for rath. ( all and
! examine our stock . ;
' Attached tothe almve i» a BAKERY, where
. warm Rr.-.iJ, Caire» awl Ru»k* can be procured eye- j
j rv evening, made of the best material*. Families
! »'»PPÎM'M with Breao Tickct*. Vi per #t.
CTT* Fresh Flour for sale by the barrel, or in
«mall quantities to suit purchasers.
Port Gibson, July 'JS, I » "i- -t.'-l>
Best sugar-cured Hams,
Flour, fancy brands.
N. O. and sitgar-hnu«e molasses,
Star and sperm candles.
Rio, Lagtiyra and Havana coffee.
Brown, clarified, crushed and loaf sugar,
Salt, coarse and fine,
Boston, soda and butter crackers,
Pine-apple
Winter strained lard oil,
Fresh almonds, pecans, aud Brazil nuts,
Water-woof Cap* and gunpowder,
Tobacco, best brands,
Tobacco, for plantation use,
Allspice, pepper, and ground ginger.
An a-sortment of tin andcri*ckery ware,
50 keg* of nails,
No. 1 and 2 mackerel.
Toilet, castile and brown soap*,
h western reserve chepsc.
Green and black tea*,
Lobsters, salmons, sardines and pickle*.
Common and superior
llroom*. house an<
Milk pail* and sieves, he., he.
playing cards,
i well bucket*.
!
jr.ST RECEIVED.
Bids. St Imiiis FLOPR—Star Mills, ami
from nrir tehrat. for sale bv
OQ
S. B. tv W. K. WALKER.
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T l >T received, from the North a fine lot of Ap
J p e* On.oBS slid Potatoe*. WALKER
, wpt 15. ,8. B <x W . L WALKMi.
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First or (lie Season.
A. IV. HODGE,
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Hardware* Dueenswitre* Kr
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No », Stamps Rote, 1 oil Clinton .
Sept. 22, 1851. 5-1V
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*«>*«.' ■.Vail <11111 Winter
j i\eW 1* »II Willi W * «"wv"*"»
rpHE suWrilw»r ha« ju*4 received ami ik receiv
j X ing from New York and Philadelphia mar
i ket.«. a stock of well selected and 1-atluonabie
Goods, consisting in part, a* follow*.
White and black crapes;
Black (iro dRiiine Silk;
Gamelian dress do
Black Ottoman do
Gro d'Algier Glacee do
Colored Grod'Naps do
White satin;
Colored and white Florence;
Cambric and swiss edgings;
" " Inserting*; _
Tarleton. swiss and Book Muslins;
Black fillet mitt*;
Ladies and Misses kid glov
Gentlemen's
Linen cambric handkerchiels;
Lace, linen and silk button»;
Embroidered collar*;
" undersleevcs;
" cuffs;
" chemisettes;
Bonnet, taflita. satin and belt rilmns;
Bkick and colored velvet
«ilk and gingham umbrella*:
Brown aud bleached domestics;
Water twist shirtings;
Calicoes and plaid linseys;
Mouslin de lain;
*atin de shine*;
12-1 sheetings:
cloths aud cassimcre*;
ladies' ami misses' shoes and gaiters;
men's. Inry'* and children's shoes and boots;
double barrelled guns;
shot belt*and pouches;
powder flasks and cleaning rod*;
jKrwder and shot; Watkins'caps;
Collins* axe*^blond do
wool and cotton cards;
combs and hair brushes;
shell and Initialo tuck combs;
brace and bitts; auger bitts;
Planes and hand saws; cross cut do; and a gen
eral assortment of HARDWARE. All of which,
I offer on moderate term*.
Thankful for past favors, I solicit tire present
and future patronage of the public, and only call
and examine for themselves.
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rpHE Board of Trustees of the Poor of Clai
1 borne county w ill meet at'the Poor House, ;
for despatch of business, on th* first Saturday of
OctolH'r next. Creditors of the Board can
present their claims. G. V. MOODY,
One of the Trustees and Secretary
A. W. HODGE.
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septemlrer 22,1851.
Notice.
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Sept. 22,1852.
Fall and Winter Goods.
W E have received from New York. Phitolel
phia and New Orleans, a commet suT»}»fy
of Fa// and Winter goods.
sept. 29,
P. Hoopes h Co]
6-lm.
CARPETING.
UST received from New York an assortment of
beautiful Carpeting;
Rugs, Oil Cloth and Door Mat«.
Houaekeepcrahad betterb* caretul atout buying
before they seo the lutett styles,
sept. 29, 1852.
J
H S. Fulkerson.
Hat s I Hats! Ï
I AM now receiving my splendid
assortment of HATS, consist
ing of the superior Beaver aud South
Carolina Plantar. |
superior Plush and Silk, -
plain Silk, cheaper than ever before offered
it
here.
Kossuth Casimer;
Seal Nap'd;
Pearl Merino;
Sombrero»;
Sou. Westers:
Black Wool;
Fur »ilk, plush, velvet, cloth aud glazed Cap*;
Boy's fancy wool and ailk Hats and Cap* of every
variety;
Children's Plush Turbans;
Misses' fancy Hats with Feathers,
sept. 29,1852.
H. 8. Fulkerson.
I Liberal Reward
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W ILL to given to any one finding a small bun
dle. lost between Port Gibson and Grand
Gulf, tied in a silk handkerchief, and over the
handkerchief a white blanket was wrapped. The
bundle rmittisted of one Blick »ilk Mantilla, two
black silk sack«, one black cloth sack, 14 yards of
black flowered silk barege, one ^ u * blanket coat,
one black French merino coat, one green tweed
coat. Any one finding the above bundle will
lilea-e to leav e it at R«ser & Bro„ Port Gibton. or
tl >' Levv.Grand Gulf. ALBERT GOHN
raptc-uibcr Ct 1853- j- b~3%
NEW GOODS!
Fall Goods!I Cheap Goods!!!
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Hi '55
niANK STS.
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CORNIK or MaV*
COMMKRCf TS KING!
I Hang the Banner tlDOn the Outer Wall !
THE CRY IS . STILL THEY CUMEt
I AM daily receiving and opening my splendid
stock of NEW GOODS, for the Fall and Win
ter trade, and
the woai.naml
SEE THEM. People who would economise and
*nve their dimes will do well to call and see how
Y ER Y cheap goods can he had. and should they
not conclude to purchase from me, they will to
more thoroughly posted as to the actual value of all
kinds of l) O MES TIC and FA NC Y I)Ii Y
HOODS. There are a multitude of reasons
why people should closely and attentively exam
ine my large and Well selected stock of goods, con
nected with a safe, prudent and wholesome ad
ministration of the household government, not any
one of which, in any wise conflict* with the reso
lution of '98 and '«9; and while it is clearly de
monstrated that the "obvious meaning and import"
of this multitude of reasons, refers directly to the
UXACTT or TKXTVKC, BtrmtEM OF STYLE, EUCOANrt
OP PATTMIN, SUPERIORITY or Finnic, and rhtapnen
in prier, of my goods, it will at the same t ime strike
the mind of the observing economist, that a state
of things combining a great and im versified sup
ply, with exceedingly low prices, must bring
about a " consummation devoutly to l»e w ished
in making the POOR M\N RICH and the RICH
MAN OPULENT. And although l may wem to
digress, I may lie |>ermitted to add that nothing
would afford a belter groundwork lor an interest
ing winter night's entertainment, than lor the
kiud mother, who is presumed to have examined
our stock, to gather her little flock around the
sparkling, happy, household hearth, and tell them
'„l j| r< Mason'* cheap ami beautiful goods—the
lieautiftd fabrics from Cashmere, the Crape« from
Gantois, in China, the Silks and Satins from France
a „d Italy, t he Kitons and Laces from the gay and
fashionable city of Lyons, the MerinosfromFrai.ee
England ami Germany, the Chintzes front Pali* j
the Prints from Manchester, the Irish Lineus and ,
Long Lawns fmm Glasgow and Dublin the genu-• i
me Cloths ol Saxony, and a t housaiid things ol j
great lieauty and utility, with which te intersperse I
a well regulated narrative for the juvenile - * ol a
winter'« evening. .......
But to be a little more practical, I it ill *Ut*t m
! t j, e , f(Mxl 0 , t |, e coun t r y, more in detail of what we
rt .| a ,j^ i lt very lirge or smallersticei at very great
ly reduced price*; and thouuli I may regret l said
jt. I'll *ell my b<«mI* on twelve month«' credit, at
; the end uf which, tho people "/f.ifA,' - will come
un j ., av w jj|, a r ,„h. f or none can fed *o uu*
j c(Ml(erilCl |, about a debt so fully earned, a- to he
Ktl jj, v o| proenuttiuation, to the hazard of their
reimtation.
Then gentlemen and ladies fair, hearken if you vc
time to -pare, ami hear of new goods rich and rare,
received and being opened,
I cheerfully ami cordially invite all
the rest of mankind to CALL AN I.
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of almost every hue,from invisible gre<-n to Lon
! don smoke, suited for coat, or pants, or cloak
Of CttsslmcrfSy
<11 Clot lis.
j Eve got jurt what you need ol mixed, f" 1 ' '
struad and excellent Tweed ; for tW exposed or (
named «» sick, we ve Ca*enneree both strong and j
thick ; tor those who by la* hi ou think to win, we j
have tbebeautâiul Doeskin—Martkk, 1 do expect
j «ir. cannot to* excelled in jKiiiit of texture.
or Vest Juris.
j Figured Silks and solid Satin«,of every variety
of pattern*, for wedding-, jiartic*, or the street, (or !
gentlemen married, or le».- discreet, whom I will
luruish from *«* to bout, with a clump aud charm
WwUill)l , uit .
But, ladies t pardon thi* dereliction, and do not
deem this all a fiction; for mrely I am hound to
»Y« I love to turn from gimv« to gay, from dull old
bachelor*, dreadful drones, whom fashionable eti
disowns, who, in a word, are
lights, in human happiness, neophytes. Geiitle-
nMf „ i j Kid alladiîcn —the holies are waiting for
something uric.
Tiiose CaslinirrcSy
With every rainbow color, selling from three to |
a single didlar—the orange, scarlet, lilac, slate, ye*
every color, if you're not too late; and crimson, j
I pink, blue aud pea-green, as pretty as ever have
, I »een seen.
I)C Laines«
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Of every j>atteni and latest style. » rich tbat ,
they exeite a «mile—u,tot for ladies ol doubt lui ,
j age, as wellas those who would cmmi-c— pretty lor
the maid, becoming to the mother, and otiered
j cheap to the one or the other.
Those Silks,
Of Gro de Nap or Gro de Rhine—come, lady
j fair, they shall he thine. 'Trsbut for you tospeak
j the sentence—delay vrill surely bring repentance
Which will you have.' say. quickly *ay, before you
j lose that rich Broche ! They're all so pretty, it is
I hard to tell, w hich will Imj the first to sell : those
j plaids, aud stripes, and running vines, how brill
iantly their beauty shines; those lovely Satins,
embroidered Svvisses, intended only for full grown
; hut they are letter suited (said aside) for
-he who expect* to l»e a bride.
Alpacas.Bombazines and Grapes. Collar*,Sleeves
Cufl* arid Gape»; Ribons embracing three hundred
pieces, all colored Crapes, and fine Cra|ie Lisses;
Ribbons for bonnets, belts and neck. Swiss, Jaco
net, Cambric* ; lam ami check; Ginghams,solid,
plaid and stripes, assorted, and "Parisian Flounces''
jn«t imported. And the undersigned with modes
ty reverts, to corded, flounced and Mohair Skirts:
and well reconciled, lie trusts the ladic»' faces, will
gaze with fond delight upon those handsome La*
ee*. Inserting*. Edging*, of Jaconet and Swiss, af
fouling beauty to those who offer bliss; Fringes,
Galloons and handsome Broche Braids, for sedate
matrons and more lovely maids: five hundred pie
re* of good pattern Print*, and very handsome |
styles of new French Chintz: ladies Glove*, silk
and kid, and pic net mitts, at every price, from a
dollar a* low down as two hits; silk, cashmere,
cotton and aliiarea Hose, much cheaper than some
people would Suppose ^ Spool Cotton. Tape, Pin«,
Buttons and Needles in profusion, Bobbin, Cool.
Piping. Bonnet Wire and Blond Illusion Excuse
me. ladies, if 1 should close at that, and ask atten
tion to one " word "—r trbum rat. Then come one,
come all, you'll find us very handy, in showing
each the morhu operandi, of buying cheap, by pay
ing up when due, your yearly debts, to G entile and
; to Jew. J . B. jlABUrv
September 29, te.j2.
then
misse»
New Goods .
Packages and eases of staple and fancy
Dky Goods, just received lier steamship
[ Wm. Penn, from New York. I shall to receiving
by each steamer during the present month until
my FALL AND WINTER STOCK is made up.
Mr. Hughes has exercised great care and taste in
his selection, and my stock will be larger than
ever before. , f ^
sept 8,1852 Opposite Bank ol Port Gibson.
25
Russet Brogans.
1 AAA Pairs double tacked m<n and boys
1 UUU Russet Broipns, just received by the
®*kl lor bale at the lowest market
price, nrtiec wbhiog to »elect numl«rîi n»l bet
ter call early. L- S. WASOX,
sept 8,1852. Opposite Port Gibson Bank.
HAMS / HAMS V HAMS.'/.'
Casks superior togged llams, j..»t to hand.
August4,1352, _ J.S. MASON.
3
Corn! Corn!
J UST received by the undersigned 590 bushels
I corn in sacks.
June 30,1852
J. S. Masox.
M ess pork, flour, bacon salt lard,
just received by J • 8. Masox.
MATTIMOf WATTING!
J UST received per ship-iteonnA», from Philadel
phia.
yard* 4-4,4-1, «-4 Afatting for sale at New
— ALSO —
r , pieces superb»; Floor Oil Uteth, 4-1, fl.4 and
4, of very hLrdsotne i»aterns, and a ^^uw Or
leans pi ices.
April 11,1852
1500
Orleans prices.
;
34
Russets.
PAIR RurecW;
200 " Boys; '
K,U " Childrens For sale by
H. S Fiu.sF.asow.
1200
sept 22, 1852.
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PC RE CIDER VINEGAR
OP ra!* by 11 5 Fu/hrson
: »pt 29, 1W2
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J. G. DATINGS,
AT THE
HILLIARD i:\CIIA\GI',
KEEPS CONSTANTLY FOR SAfcE,
WINES AND LIQ Ù 0 R S,
in any quanty and at various prie««.
June 30,1852,
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FOR SALE AT THE
BILLIARD EXCHANGE.
May 13,1852,
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A LITTLE AHEAD OF THE TIMES!
JOHN G. HASTINGS
having in view the. growing
KAIL ROAD IMPORTANCE
of this town, has refitted and replenished the
BILLIARD EXCHANGE,
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The proprietor employs able assistants, and re-j
reiving his liquor* direct from the importer* in
New York, can with confidence recommend them
to his patrons. The Bdhard Salnm being separ
ate from the Bar, players can enjoy this ,n muent
amusement without annoyance.
Best of Cigars and chewing tobacco &e., he.
for sale. .....
LiqroR* axu Wisp*, in any quantity and at
various price*.
Call and see for yourselves.
August 25,1852. __ _
in a style deserving the support of this commu
nity.
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NOW ARRIVING FROM NEW
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Lemons! Lemons
FOR SALE AT THE
HILLIARD EXCHANGE.
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August
/
1-2 pipe llennesey (extra)
1-2 " Gastillion,
" fa'ger F re res;
1 -j " Otard Dupey,
1-2 " Eagle,
Rye.
Bourbon,
Rectified,
Irish,
Gin and Sherry Biaudy.
t'laret,
Port,
Madeiia,
Sherry.
Champaign urine* <*f various brands,
Goulcy Bitters, he. Gallon
j J une*11), 1»52__ J.G. HASTINGS.
C IGARS and Tobacco of various brand-at the
1,1 LL1AM* hX(
lyoUTER. Brown J-tout and Ale, in quart and
£ iiints, by the dozen at
jJm billiard exchange.
BUAM.1I*
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1 ' ' rp , IK remll:Hlt of Hasting* k Go's stock will be
or ( /ür _call uik.h J. G. HASTINGS. 1
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INlf INIKr* B ■ nAl-ss*
ffOCtO IMWCWCU.T BWOBBCI TO TBE FCB- |
Lir THAT HE 11 A* OPEN Et* A
(or !
to
for
Opposite the Washington Hall, at the corner re
cently occupied by Hastings h Go., with
a fresh »lin k of
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STAPLE DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING,
h ;- 0 *'' R-ks/
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II \TS CADS ROOTS, SHOES, HARD
WAKE AND CITLERY, GLASS
AND QCKENSWAKE, NAILS,
CASTINGS, DROVISIONS,
R AGGING am» RODE, .
&c., Ac., &e.
to |
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DRY goods.
rBUck ami blue steel-mi k**«! rat tun tts,
^ Kentucky ieau»« as»<>rte«i colora;
, [V J , lo j (>
lui , lloW . in d spotted flannels; !
lor " *Y; oT' E« meri can mints
p U "l,,l ai „ gingham«; ' |
Alpacas, lustres and merino, silk stn|W*:
Irish linens, linen cambric handkerchiels
Sheetings, table cloths, bird-eye diaper, napkins: •
Silk, flag and bandanna handkerchiels;
Ladies and misses silk, worden and cotton hosiery,
Gentteme«'« silk, woolen and cotton hosiery ; ,
Bed ticking, assorted ; '
Apron and furniture check«; I
Mississippi. Alalrama and Kentucky Osnaburg*;
Hamilton, Washington and Moskeag »hirtiiigs and j
sheeting*: ,
Charleston and Manchester shirting* & sheeting-; ,
Bed and saddle blankets, assorted. i
CLOTHING.
Frock, dress and sack coats .
Sacks, blankets and Éructe«*;
Plain and cassimcre pantaloons;
Kentucky jeans, satinett and kersey do;
Velvet, satin and faucy vests;
Shirts, drawers, he., he.
is
for
n rown and loaf sugar:
\,. w Orleans and sugar-house molasses;
af- r | 0 all j Havana coffee ;
Snap, star and sperm candles;
Ri, e< pepper, allspice, race and ground ginger,
j p, »aeks coarse and fine salt;
| .,.y boxea tolweco
WINE AND LIQUORS,
a „ / Gin, ansi Wine.
r a " '[ ¥,• A* 1 ' „
11 A 1 ft a •' •*' Vj ' ' '
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groceries.
Fashionable heaver, brush and silk hats;
Black and white wool hats;
Men and toy's caps. _ .. _
ROOTS A N D SHOES.
Men's and toy's Russets, kip brogans;
Calf. kip. sewed, pegged aud mud boots;
Ladies' and misses kid. buskin ties aud slippers
—ALSO—
Umbrella-, comb*, brushes, he. An assortment ol ;
CläiLDw ar3
and cutlery, gla** and queens ware, easting*, nail»
bagging and rope, flour, tocon. hr., he.
€ « T T « X .
up.
in
[^7*The highest market price paid for CotloruZH i
juir'.'i, 1852 ^ s -iy :
FASHIONABLE
o—
T HE undersigned would respectfully inform the
citizen« of Port Gibsou and its vicinity, that
he has opened a
c c3 1 JaTJ.ao2 i ®£3 SSIXicölP
Main street, in the brick building opposite
Having worked in
the
Middetton's Livery Stable.
Dublin. Ia»ndon, and iu many of the principal
cities of the United States, he feels assured from a
long experience in business, he is prepared to exe
cute all orders in his line, in the most approved and
fashionable style, and flatters himselt that he will
give general satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their custom.
ITT" No Fit, Mo Pay ! -£D
ro—The European and American Fashion* reg
ularly received. JAMESSLLL1V ABf.
Port Gfbson, August 18. 1832 **-<!
Carpeting and Rugs.
J ust received a /arge assortment of Ingrain Car
peting, aud Brusse/ Rugs
Kept. 2 D* 6 -lm l'* Hoopes.
B AGGING te ROPE.—so pieces Kentucky
■ Bagging and 50 coils Rope, just received and
roale by
July at
and
Or
fo
P HOOPES & Co.
, 1852.
Staple Dry Goods.
£)pi PIECES F'annels. assorted colors;
Zt) 25 do Plaid and plain Linsey:
,50 do tod lick, apron and furniture check;
100 do calicos from 5 to 50 et*, per yd;
30 do plain awl plaid Kerseys, 15 to 30e;
]0 bales bleached and brown Domestic;
25 piece* Furniture Print*, etc. etc. For
H S FULKERSON
sale by
sept 13
1 ,3 Dozen sugar cured Buffalo Tongue» for
L rgs sale by J S DOHAS
Rodney April 28,1M2.
JAM Mil 1, 1852.
II. S. FULKERSON.
H KKI'II AINT,
Corner of Main and Dank Street.
Dort Gibson, Miss
AS contorted hte Ute store with the one itn
niediately on tin- corner, giving u front "ii
Main street, where he keep« n general stock
suit Planter«,
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HUTS COTTON,
Advances on Gotten, and has a very commodious
Shed for storing Cotton.
He has everv incifitr for doing nn extensive
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS
Tolmrro anil 1'ignw.
t BOXES Tobacco, from the histcheWingto |
c£*J the common, (th»' goo I) Negro, at
.■cuts per lb
3000 Good Cigar*, cheap. For sale by.
Sept I
L
B1
II. S. rt'I.KLEXOX
SADDLERY. A-C,
FEW very iiuml-ome Saddles, and a splendid j
Ä assortment of W hip«, Gentle..
(.«rt. ular attenlio« is called to the)
j» 1M[1 ., yyyp Carriage. Wagoner*', and that h >r-1
jjr*. Stowes, the .Senta Fe Dtovei.-' or Xe
,, r(l \v| ,m lo»ether with a line assortment oi ll.i!i. t
' A ,| , or „ alt . |, y H s Fll« l-»» '
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Papier El icho Worustaui
ONLY, of this elegant article. It n> worth;
'ailing to see.
Sept. LI, 1x52.
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H S 11 i.*u:«'X
Pocket anl Pen Knives, etc., Bo't|
of tho Manufacturer.
\ EITHER Ladies nor I.Vntlemeii can fad t»j
get suited, ir they wi-h somnthiag »irr
this line. Gall and see my Gold Knives and .Veel
Handled Pocket, d«.,tromtwobit»to«evcn dolUi^ J
till of the ruimr ta tal.
Bought ol same Maiiufixeturer, 2 d'»z. ( hoice j
W**,/-m.t handled--Ra/.ors r, doz. very «upen..i
8pmor*o( Nairu* ntaite, for «aie I»)
13, tow.
H N Fri.Kir.snx.
Kentucky Flannels, etc.
t PIECES choice wide White Ky. Flannel, »
■ Jr new article, all w*wd. 3 pieces oi Shaker
cloth, very nice for pants and e*at
pieces Wtrrf fine \k bite Ivy. .leans, lor gent » pants
10 " fine wide Ky. Plaid Liusey. For sale by
sept. 13, 1852 il S Fi LKi irvos
Up arrive.
KENTUCKY NOCKS.
I f) DOZ. Men's and Boy'* heavy and roarsC)
Ky. Rock*, white and eoTd. 3 d •/. men's ;
aud th.y* line Ivv. w«'k.», do. 2 doz. Women «j
utockings. w bite and rul'd. 1 or «ale by
sept. 13,1852. H 8 F. lkh:
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Children's Wear.
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Fott no VS.
Great variety of Plaid f'.i-sirr.er», G »liugton
lYari River Twee is, Gatet ditto, l.ml - eye
Plaid Velvet. Emiine Ga-.-iiner
A\
ditto. Kapolna
etc.,etc.
;
r«u cir-M.
Plain and small figure ! Del lines,
Gala and Carolina Plaid-;
Opera
Just receivedai
doth-. Dottel Flannel-, etc
fin .-ale by
etc.
it S El l.k. U uix
te.
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SILKS, DRESS GOODS. AD
ELECTED with great rare bv tl..- undersigned
1 from the Cock ol A. G. ote » art, New l<nk
'2 piece- black Mroderilie;
1 " extra Brown satin:
In dre** pattern.-, a variety of Gi «le Atl.et
■ir, ISioiade PoW .le soil,
;
10
Gliangeahlo Pow d>
:i iN'.i'.illnl Alhoi ■
A variety of Plain 5 coi d De Lain.'» h .Merino ».
Black Alpacas, Mohair and Bombazine, «on»« very | „
line;
Bark fatin a»<! laiirv «Ik f'raviti.
Other oriiclt** iu the Kinit* line y«*t to arrive,
«ept. 13. H S Fui.Mte#*»«
JS LA VA E TS II L A X A E TS !
21 AA Fairs Negro Blanket*, 75 pairs bed blank
£\7sl ,t>. I'l-I. II-land 12-4; C'uh, saddle and
fancy blanket», For sale by
«.-'pt, 13. H 8 FI LkLKSON.
\*rn / V/ * # / '/ nVll / XI* 9 9
C l* )FHi AC*. * • •
larce as-ortineut Gentlemans Clothing gotten
A 7 *j, y . j,, N( . u York tnmilmr with lh"
. 7 '..?i ,7,.1
Himn^via. Blanket ui Pilot cloth over mote
(loth over ••<»»-. riding coat*. Busim*»» coat* ot
* ' vari „. } , Wark w ,j colored frock and dn- I
CO!|t / s „. M . r i„ r bla-k casimere F»nt*. colored do.
rhnnUd do. and common Jean* and ..is pants.
j., ;li| , ;lltl | ^,„„„.,1 black satin and »ük ve-t-. fdored
style) tau< y jstrly an l twill do. white
Mer-ailles do. All lor sale by
».-[it. 13 H N Er!.r.!:i:s"\
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lîoys (lotliiiiK*
at
of the latest style just rc
For «ale by
11. S. F"i i.t,» iiM.v
GREAT variety
eeived an l
seat, l'l,
Ho 3 icry and Gloves.
LACK and White *ilk llo-e;
White cotton do of every variety,
Black and «hit" col*d do «'.o
Black and White Merino do
Misses aud children ««tool every vani ty,
Men and lury » do do do
Alexander's Kid Gloves.
Every variety «I Gentlemen »
ding. Party, fancy etc., etc.
sept 13,1852
B
and L.iib" . Bl
// S IULKERSON (
Cloths, Casitncres and Vestings.
V FIXK a-wirlmerit c>o»i»tmg of nuperio* black
blue and broad cloth*
uperior black and fancy colored casimers,
" satin and other vestiii»,
H. S. Feiovvasox.
J
g.
For «ale by
sept. 13 1852.
LINENS.
Piece 12-1 Linen Sheeting, (no sewing necc -
lorry.) one piece Pillow ca.-e Linen,
I piece brown table cloth do
" damask bleached do do. do.
29 daina-k table cloth*.
|0 do*, do. do. napkins,
r, pieces bird» eye diaj* r,
•• Irish linen,
" extra undr«
" crash,
sept 13.
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fot »bill tetsouia,
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tor sale by
12
H 8 Fcmu.ksox

Boots anT Shoes
F every variety for Geutlciuen, Voulh» and
, children. . , i V
A large and -phuuli l a-sortmmit of Iotdie s «(me*.
ftiUetuen's fancy s!ip;»er», etc., etc, and » great j '
variety of misses ami children's du., with a
did stock of toavy, «tout sh»»?* for servant*. Very
particular attention h:i* toon paid to the selection |
ot thi* iot of toots aud shoes and all *•*•)£expect t« ; I
be suited. sept. 13. ILS. FULKERSON. |
0
BAGGING h KORK. DORK. AO.
-» r~\S \ piece* Kentucky Bagging*
J, V / v / 50 half pieces Kentuck.v Bagging;
190 Coils R»|»e;
50 half do.;
5 bnl«s Twine ;
75 bids. Mess l'urk,
10» ib». Flout; *
5 do. Blue Lick;
10 casks Sith-s;
10 boxes Tobacco;
ami for »ale by
sept. 13,1852.
H. S. FULKERSON,
FURNITURfc, FURMTl'RK.
B UREAUS—«lressing and pte»n«T" ™ .
Tables—centre, card, dialog and breakfast,
Washstauds, assorted ;
Lou uges; , , ,
Ited.-tcai'*. walnut, sycamore, riierry atnl poplar,
Trundle Bedsteads and Cribs ;
Writing Desks;
Chair», otfi'-e. cottage, caac-f-at, split and w rn«.
sor; Bedsteads for Misses;
Rocking, rane-seat, mu*ic and sewing;
ChiUtren's Chairs, assorted;
Spring Muttra.«»''» and Feathers;
Mo»» and Shuck Mattrasses ;
For sale by H S. FULKERSON
sept. 13,1852.
Notice.
A S this is my fir-t general rtock of dry good,
of course my good» are aU tresh and of the
I lrt'?*t »tvle. .
I sert 13, ÎS5Î, Jl ? rrt*c*so.v, I
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AJ.MTtILL,
PORT GIBSON
WHOLESALE AND IT ETAII.
lirai 'Sr in
DKVGS, nKUIt'IHEfl,
A N I»
CD EM IC A LS,
PAINTS AND OILS
! WINDOW GLASS, HASH AND I'L'TTY,
J.andrktu'a Garitn Sr.ri«*,
] DYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE,
ritnrvMacf, tr«* unr», am< nsi'eitxa,
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KTum- ras tiuu.i.*, and * i a i ioM'u y,
L /; T TE H A N D C A P P A P E R .
MEDICAL. LAW. .«XII Ml« » I.I.AXM't!« iloo.S.
B1 u n k IJ o o k b , S u p e r 1 o r I n k K
PATER HANGINGS.
.
■7"l"iv-ici*n- - Pré* riptious wilt terei-e (Mr-J i'
ticnfai attention at all Ikshs of the day and mght j
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TO PLANTERS, PIIYSIClAXS
AND ME/{('IIANTS.
VWttWV
r ft I. j TtM
Dill (.GIST.
Doe r Gin»uv Mi
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1-(y ><lt , f ,, l . 1 ,,|,
J \ lu|t . it 17
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-lock "f fir h lh "g* «<•'/
now a very hug
* on hand, and »llt-rs them on the
Gall and s* *■ me l*'l»re you _
I.tr llw "ii iii,;-'Uuiiiier.
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LOO lit) FT FOR THE LITTLE
IMLLR.
OMEOpniU* MKIHGIN ES— a fewlamdy j
Boxes arid Bt»ak*. lor n*»e hv
A J McGII.I. Druggist
April H. I
O R. CHAMPION nGEI.EBRATED PILLS
A In,
ami retail hv
April It, I>52
hand tor sale whole-ale;
A. J -Met.I LI..
Druggist. I
supply
«*11
n n. ID »FLAN I» GERMAN BITTERS, tor
sate by A. i. MeGII.L
April 1 t. too.' Nfid
;
tONNEL'H PAIN EXTRACTOR—go.*t t.s
1 burn*, scalds, and oil kinds »! mart lor sale in i
J J Mr HII.L,
Droct'i'd. !
i any qsandity by
April 11, !*eVi
1
GST received, Lard Oil uf »tijs'iior quality, and |
tor sale by ntjii7 A J Met*ILL
JUST ARRIVED FROM HEID WÄRTERS
1 Ur.«* Woodman's Gherry Pectoral, lor rough* \
t 1 cohts, mid all diseases ol the (lings, loi sale ;
A J Mr HILL.
J
; wholesale and retail by
Cleanse yrntr System ami Rejulir Jar thr
ensuing Summer.
ELL'S SARSAPARILLA,'!«, sale hV
mall7 A J M.HILI.
R
DI RE COD-LIVER OIL
Ei<*; h Mit.nly o| this ptxtly frl.'I.Hid nieui ;
A J MA AU. !
A
'trie tor sale by
LOOK AT THIS DYSDKDTICS.
XVGENATED BITTERS, it is raid will cure
that drcudiul diniM« 1 * .
; tew bottle» and try it.
10
| „ w hote*al«
March IT. I- .2
Gall and puH'IKM! a
Ik »ore an I call at
A J M HILL S.
■aiul retail agent lor Um »ale oi it .
07*A FEW MORE LK1T../J]
few Garden bved- yet on han't, cull if;
A J M tALL,
1 Intit gut
A
vou want any more,
illarch 17, 1852
roll ROWEL COMDLAINTS.
KILLINGS SYR I I*, a fr -h supply j*wt receiv
/ J MAJiLL,
Druggist and Bookwller.
B
mrf* ttr ij/i/iry' » V/*If r
NLW HOOKS. A L II DO 1RS.
I ÜST .eciv.-d a new -apply ol Books; many "I
them Annual- for te <2— AI«*. • very lue- a
^rtmeM of Juvemle B **k*. School litxtk . Hymi.
Books. Bible* and t.-,ament*, ,,
I AI»o-f"ap |«rr. 1st ter mper. Note ,'ajsr. I.u
veteps. Motto aids., tcet J en. . « •
■ , i n «.it..,
Dec. 17, lte.t Drmtsist aiel IKnAs«
I and for sale by
.Mar 17
Garden Seeds ! Garden Seeds !!
UUP received a very large supply "| Enwb
•Seed», direct Imm Dr. lauslreth, liiiliulelphia
Call and get au Almanac and examine the«' sc<*ls :
A. J McGlLL'S
Lara Oil ! Lard Oil !!
Es.aSjsf' j- " m "*Ta.0i^ ;
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Port Gibson. Dec 10.1851
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SPOONER FORBES,
FAMILY GRCERSfiA
Ho. 1, STAMPS' ROW,
PORI' GlBso.N. Miss
ll-!> j
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June 2, Î-8*
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Dorit'ih Ale. ami 4 larrl,
ived and lor sale by ,
MHWdNF.R FORBES !
J . "
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Havis' liât m *i«
lh-. on hand anti tor » de bv
June 2, hi'IHt.VEK FORBFte
1,000
8UGAK
S
Piac Apple C'hee-e
f-oila Biscuit
Girier Vinegar,
jl/ola» .•
Mil!.
I l i t received and for sale hv
.loo" 2, SPOOR ER lORBL
1üBN.MÊAL^lmml»Itor«tehv I
> Junv 2. HMIONEIIOI •• I
March.
C
Huron« . , ,
\R SIDES. Ham» and leaf Turd, «r» hand !
SPOONER FORBES.
c
and lor »ale bv
a^oRNF.D BEEF, Beef Tongue«. Sug.ir-ntr-1.
i V ) Dried Beef. Cider vinegar. White Wine \ me
r> (Truekers. Gellatin, on hand and tor »;«! * hv
j ' j, lue «j jv.J SPOONER FORBES
M.len-_—-*— ~r p -
WlllSK V.
| J (> j- t Moinuigahcla and Rectified
; I | '| ik v received ami lur sale by
| Ito2. Sem.xsx Forbes.
frkhii grockhiks
UST received and lot sale by _
j,.,i^2 SPOONER FORBES.
(! l 0 A II S.
rpilE best lira! but torn In this market for a
1 a long tinn*; *>«/ Mirny ns thy (*£' fm the
N. FORBES.
sept t, ivi
above
M MM'mL
IG;fi J}
II. € IKFKNTKK,
AS j«»t received from New Orle.in*, a fresh
supply of article* iu bis line. Call and sec
yourselves
ii
|>HALON'fi Chemical Hair Invigorate*; a pure
1 article, lot »ale by
Feb. It, 1852-2 *-U
TO 1IACC0 A ND CIGARS,
F the choicest kind* aiVl l»ran«l*. i*t»t received
febll-tf H. CARPENTER.
H CARPENTFJL
o
by
VRDINES, Salmon, Lobster*, and Soda Crack
e* "'^cVenter
fehl 1-tf
U FRMETR1CALLY scaled Tomato», a choice
article, tor sale by H. CA RPENTER. '
febll-tf At the Post Office.
Double Barrel Shot Guns.
I
W E hire a good a»vortm*nt of Donh/e Barr«-/
Skat Hun' tor P Ho ren k C«.
f|W
mmsam
FRESII DRUGS,
PURE MEDICINES,
AND _
UNADULTERATED CUEMICALS
*
H AS just received a,id la new np*«ifl* h» »•»» ■
nier «npi'ly "f Kw*iw. he . »nd win **•
heretofore, cimtiow In hep c«o inntly on liwn *
füll asauitWieiit of all artirte* in hi" line, used btr
tlie F.CIIttï, Hint w#W tor the MrJrrat f tot "I
the Plantar Hi. .tor« i. open at all boot» of Mis
Iter nod NloUt
At the old
Pi ice* low
ny~ TV-iii- es w«w«l
■laud
Port Gih-ou, May 3<i, Ittel
IB-1V
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FANCY ARTICLES.
CT" LATEST ARRIYAL-JEÜ
rpiiK LADIES ,ire respectfully invited to call
I and examine the .imply <*l Alabaster Work
Shell. Buffalo und l*oiv Louive ami Hail l.rushe-,
Men Fun; Fancy Hw«; Lnl'iii.' l-itracts. Im
. let Bottles ; I'oin.itmil ; Rear« Oil; SkammfUrmta.
i' -n | Transparent Wa»h Ball-, r'oiogii
j Water: Glove Boxe» Yubeni Water (lit i«m
la Water Extra lilt'- Fan« R IhtMteStrap *,
' SltnriH^ lh * ■
All i.t whi-'h, with man» ot'icr «Dicte* I" *«
rn unie rated, have i"»t »'«feii receiv'd Irwi I be •
de!phi.t, and »re e>"v
j me and vou u-ifl pic
Jiinei* IX, <3.
ii.<
f ho inspection
«'..Hat
V i' MOOD » S
T'> l'L \NTKRS
or else«*h*Vt f*
III ♦ I* T" I hi'— eaaimeed
I)
US' r g" L* New <
home to
i m y large -tuck ot Pr"a and M> <ti< in«
Y P MOODY. Dms £■ •
I'wit Gthion
tf*«
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may *2 r >.
llOMtEODATim' ME Dll'INKS
\ 1 l«OI»V lots yurt seemed a .
. * • ILuleitiachcr A MievkV lionuv'i-iUu
lll.iV-<>
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No. ft, tttamp* R'»w
and book*
LAUD LAMPS
OMT opening, at No. <>. Siaiiip.' Row
Archer h Warner* "Solar" and "Supper
AI."» Extra iiiuU* *. G too*
N P MOODY
I'htregrtl
N
Laid I-aiup
ne vs, Got« - and Wick*
I
inay2»i
PKRITMKRV. f*H.\rS. A"
\ |*t|i.|vi»(le«Nt **f leiinn's r.iti# l*. Fan •
Goh.gne, < hon e S.*i|e. »n I «iW'i »r i« 1 . I..«
th. Toilette i'fvt Mweivt-Il m X T MOODY'S
Drag M -
ni.iv'd
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Plain OraaiiM'wtsl Envelope , ï*t». *■ '
.Ins* teerived at
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alwav.. on hand at
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l«i .Medual purp
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JTRK WHITE LEAD
LBS Wethe». It « brand pi. t re i
•d aid mi sale by
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may 28
LINSEED OIL
BRU» Liu-v.v I »hl on hau l >n l f •» -ate by
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. merit "• 1 -isssts, l"r a.e by
mny29
S ETS TERPENTINE V...ni h, Go.. 1
Varnish, Rid lorai. to jet io i ad!, a lull «Mitt
„V /' MOODY
WALL DA DER
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N ortineut ot Wall Pa|ier, Fire Sriv'M an *
lb>rdermg to -ait iu»t received by
Y J MOODY
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mayao
TINDOW GLASS - 3.000 feet of Window
t.!»*.* raruii'it in -izr Ir >m « 1 10 to
may'18
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NEXT DOOR TO THE I'tWT OEEKT
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Fi'chIi irrivalfi*
F L O V R '
lECEIVED oii co»sigint» CT nt a bd of v« iv *"
, k ;--nor Flour. m»nnl:ictur«t expif -ly l-r H"
market and guarantml cqiri! it hot sB|»rioi t» l re
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: nilALO.VS Hair luvidori'oi a I« -h *"PP : '•
( I' iurtreenv ,1 by [Et HI FIELD
11 »— h «.uiq.lv nf the «"\u! Dtamond Powder,
ji«»t net i. eJ'o/ MEDIA HELD
j «INVALIDS
! I 9 ttrill
. thaï rainc
.1 FEW MARE LEFT
are b«r.;bv informed, that M*r
ivitl a t 'tv m«*n* i ig»
Mach to
h»s )■«»( te
ted irai Brandy .'
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-I FER10B Old <
inclic.il n«c, just iccervi d and t«r -a!"
MEBRIFIEI.D
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FGAtî-euied Duet! Beef, for *»!•• bv
lab'll MERRI FIELD
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A Fine a-"»»rtnnoil «»l i *ir**îy, jt» - - ft*
» re\\ f.l iriGii Svxt Vnik, by
M ERR I FIEU»
I"b2 I
1 WISHING TACKLE, lor sale bv
4 lf.bg t .»IURR1 FIELD
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rpEX TH«R'SAXI» CIGAI
^ bra.ut. just received by
I ~ sTUNE WaYe
I ^*,.8, Jars and Milk Crock*. t »H m- - *r
fi'hgl MERRIFIEI.D
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MEUUI1 II LD
ale
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1 FAFINK French Coin Taper«, for tale by
MF.RR1F1ELD
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p. ME Kill FI ELD has j»i-t received from
New Orleans, a ft*»h supply of arte to* »>*
lan 1 «
his hire. Cali and see for yourselves.
ciViBArf'O ari.l Cin.\R8. Ot the choicest kind*
I aud brands, Jiot received try
Il P MERRIFIEI.D
OUNT EAGLE TRIPOLI, th# pure arBcle
tor «ale by
S UPERIOR GUN POWDER, Patent Cap*, and
Lead,just received by
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11. P. Mi aairiMO»
jan8
H P. Mutai» isf.o
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niNE-APPLE UHKESE, .Waranuu, i s rrun,
1. Fresh Rateiu». Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Ac , just
H. r. Mvaairiatt).
lecrivetl by
lWOWDF.R HORN'S, shot Belt* and Game Bag.-,
i just received by jat»8 H. P. Mr:aairau>.
S l'FRM G t\I>I*F,8. Star do,, Six*rm and
Oil, just received by 11 P. MKRR1F1
I*in7
tord
I ELD.
sec
S UGAR, Coffee, Boston and Soda Crackers, and
every article usually kept by tho*« in hteiine,
to to found at M ERUIFIELD'S
jailR Next Door to the Pimt-Otfi-#
New Goods!
shall to receiving and opening daily ihr the
next twenty days, a »piemtid a*»«>rtinent «4
Staple Dry Gstsyln, Fa nr y Drivet Gastrin,
Clothing, lint », Ifisatt, Shoes, Hardware,
Quernsican. $rc.
All of which 1 shall be u^Umoi to di»{H»«e ol,
consequently bargains may to «*jrp"eted
sep» H. A Fn-aenLon.
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Hardware.
Kegs Nails nr»*l spike«! 8 «tea barg handte
shovel»; 2 dot. Amos short handle -hovel*,
J. B M W>\
Oppoeite B,nk of Tort Gib*««
50
7 dot spade*
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