pANCY Boxet, Work Boxet, Snuff Boxet,
T Needle Boxet Hair Bniahea, iTooth do
Nail do, UKt do, Cloth do. Soapa of aH kind«,
k.logne Extmets, Powder», Small Pot», and
thousand other little thing», I <*« n *'H you if
j-ou will call and give me ai^op^rtiinit^
Main Street, Port Gibson.
r K undersigned, to whom tho estate o l
Duncan McIntyre, deceased, waa com
mitted. will, at the October Term. A. D 1852,
of the Honorable Probate Court of Claiborne
county, present his annual accouut for | aut;
settlement and allowance. ,
WM. R. SLOG, Adra r.
Oct. 0, 1852.
To all creditors of the Estate of Phil. H.
Tnr rev deceased, declared Insol tent at
September Term, 1852, of the Probate
Court of Claiborne county. Mississippi.
TfOU are hereby uotified to file your claims
A against «tid estate, probated according to
, with the uudersigned Clerk of said Court,
on ( ' r befere tho 15th day of April next, 1858,
0I the »me will bo forever barred.
B» order of the Court.
JAMES A. GAGE, Clark.
For the Million,
s. ROSER % BRO.
F. have lately received an immense stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
CLOTNI1IO, CttOCSERT, HARDWARE NADI)ley, etc.,
which we iutend to sell as cheap a* they can be
obtained at any other place. The style of the
gooJsare „ew, and have been selected with great
We hope all our triends will give us a call.
Figured silks, worsted plaids, colored and figured
merinos, alpaccas, cashmere de tains, barege tie
!am*.doiI de nort. ginghams, shawls and silk man
tillas. calicos, red, white, yellow A dotted flannels.
Black and white cashmere and merino ho»e; do
,L> cotton and lamb wool do for ladies and Mis-es;
silk and red cashmere and cotton glove*, silk ana
velvet ribbons; jaconet swiss mid thread edgings
ami inserting*, cotton dodo.
k large stock of white and vellow domestic,
shirtings and sheetings, lowells, kerseys, jean*,
csssiaeta. cottonades and bed blankets, clothing for
every body, large and small, hats and caps, shoes
and boots, fine shirt*, cotton A merino
Soldier if. Trunks and Cur fret
Jiiias. a lot of Crockery and
Hardware. Tob>trco. Umbrcllits,
an 1 thousand* »I articles to numerous to mention
Port Gibson, Octolifi 6, 18o.*.
-:- r. -Hardware,
Ail ready. up! * j
■ /- 1 O 0 DS all marked and ready for customers who
vT want pretty good*, good goods and fheap ;
good*, of aiiv description whatever.
h Oct 6, 1852 H. S. Fulkerson.
I FIN'D that I have too many dress good*. They
niurt be f id. Sagacious people will see a world
of meaning in that short sentence.
Oct. 6 1852. H S Fulxkrson
I ATOTICK i* hereby given, but, nt the Kep v
I —v tenilier Term À. D. of the Hon
I cable Probau» Court of Claiborne county,
I letters of Administration were granted to the
I undersigned, on the estate of Audrew I be»»,
All persons, indebted to said estate, are
I hereby notified to make payment to the un
dersigned without delay, aud those baying
el»ims against the *ame, are likewise notified
tu present the same duly authenticated, within
the time prescribed by law, or they will be
forever barred. J. B- THRASHER,
N " 0TIUE i* hereby given, that, nt the Sep
tember Term. A. D. 1852, of the Hon ;
lorahle Probate Court of Claiborne county,
I letters of Administration were granted to the
[ undersigned, on the estate of George A. Bri»*
I coe, deceased.
All person* indebted to Raid estate, are
hereby notified to make payment to the un
dersigned without delay, and those having
[ claims agaiust the same, arc likewise uotipM
to present the same duly authenticated, with
in the time prescribed by law, or they will be
forever barred. W. I*. BRISCOE,
Oct. 6, 1852.—7 6w Administrator.
F RESH St. Louis and Okio FLOUR, will be
I kept on hand and for tale by
July h, 1832 p. Hoopes & Co.
M ISSES' h CHILDRENS' SHOES—A fresh
supply of Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, just
received from Philadelphia and for sale by
July 21,1852 P. HOOPES h Co.
T. G ARHISOIffP
W OULD respectfully inform the public, that
he i* now prepared for a general business of
Painting, Trimming and Repairing
CARRIAGES A BUGGIES,
a a neat and fashionable style, and with the beet
hftterial# and a« cheap a« the same work can be
[t»*ie in any part of the country. Hoping to be
nnbled to give general satisfaction for all work
L«.tcuted in hi* line, he solicits a portion of public
d'.ronage, at Mr_J Kelley's new »hop.
Port Gibeon. October 6. 1852._
W&c i* SîMllSa*
*~ ^ faT~j y ro.3hZyiX l 4-l* vTT 2JEX
Blinds, «ash# Hoors# #
W 3. Buth't Budding*, formerly oceupied by Ja*. S
Mason, Port Gibbon
jgUBflftW) pu rii i rune
frasn the upper country
AND PERFECT AN
jw* returned f
with a* COMPLETE
H I V I
m ever has been brought into this market, which
1 fer for sale upon terms lower than usually offisr
My stock embraces
[Cliaif*, Bureaus, tkrfks, Bedstead«,
! will also furnish, upon contract, ready-made
u, Bands, Doors and Flooring, at prices I wer
■ tun they can be procured elsewhere in this coun
W. D. ENGLISH.
S. B. A W. E. WALKER
& tk § % % tl %
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
lie., Ac., Ac.
Main street, (on# door above th» Washington
Hall.) Port Gib.cn, Miee. ^
Julr 38,1833, m >
M essrs s. b a w. e walker, keep con
•tuitly on hind and for ••!*, at prices to suit
customers, the following enumerated articles.
Best sugar-cured Hems,
Flour, fancy brande.
N. 0. and sugar-houae molasses,
Star and sperm candles,
Rio. Laguyra and H avant coffee,
Brown, clarified, crushed and loaf sugar,
Salt, coarse end line.
Boston, aoda and butter cracker«,
Winter strained lanfoH,
Fresh almonds, pecans, and Brazil nuts,
Water-proof Ceps and gunpowder,
Tobacco, best brands,
Tobacco, for plantation use,
Allapice, pepper, and ground ginger,
Au assortment of tin and crockery ware,
30 kegs of nails.
No. 1 and 2 mackerel,
____Toilet, castile and brown soaps.
& western reserve cheese,
Greeq and black teas,
Lobsters, salmons, sardine* and pickles.
Common and superior playing cards,
Brooms, house and well buckets.
Milk pails and sieves, Ac., Ac.
J. B. A P. H. Goddard, and Jean Louis Brandies,
Scotch and Irisn Whiskeys,
Bourbon and Monongahela Whiskeys,
Rectified and common Whiskeys.
Champaign« Wine«, of best brands, in pt* end qta.
Clarets, of different brands in pints end quarts,
Port, Sherry end Madeira Wines,
Brown Stout. London and Scotch Ale,
Holland and New York Gin,
Stoughton and Gouley Bitten,
Cordials, of all kinds.
They would respectfully call the attention of
the community to their stock of superior
CIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCO;
which ha* been selected with much care, and will
not fail to please all who find solace from the In
K7" Our object is to sell low for eath. Call and
examine our stock
07" Attached to the above is a BAKERY, where
warm Bread, Cane» and RutJct can be procureJ eve
ry evening, made of the liest materials. Families
supplied with Bread Ficaers. 22 pel
(TT" Fresh Flour for sale by the
small quantities to suit purchasers.
Port Gibson, July 28,1832
barrel, or in
j No. 5, Stamps' Row, Port Gibson.
Sept. 22. 1851.
Bbl*. St Louis FLOUR—Star Mill*, and
from neie wheat, for sale by
August 11,1852, S. B. A W. E. W'ALKER.
First of the Season.
J UST received, from the North a fine lot of Ap
p'es, Onions sad Potatoes. '
S. B A W. E WALKER
A. W. IIODGE,
New Fall and Winter Goodn.
T HE subscriber ha* just received and i* receiv
I ing from New York and Philadelphia mar
kets, a stock of well »elected and Fashionable
Goods, consisting in part, as follows:
White and black cranes;
Black Gro dRhine Silk;
Black Ottoman do
Gro d' Algier Glacee do
Colored Gro d'Naps do
Colored and white Florence;
Cambric and swisa edging*;
Tarleton, swiss and Book Muslins;
Black fillet mitts;
Ladies and Misses kid gloves;
Linen cambric handkerchiefs;
Lace, linen and silk buttons;
Bonnet, taffita. satin and belt ribons;
Black and colored velvet '
silk and gingham umbrellas;
Brown and bleached domestics;
Water twist shirtings;
Calicoes and plaid linseys;
Mouslin de lain;
»atin de shines;
12-4 sheetings: ^
cloths and cassimeres;
ladies' and misses' shoes and gaiters;
men's, boy's and children's shoes and boots;
double barrelled guns;
shot belts and pouches:
powder flasks and cleaning rods;
powder and shot; Watkins'caps
Collins' axes; broad do
wool and cotton cards;
combs and hair brushes;
shell and buffalo tuck combs;
brace and bitts; auger bitts;
Planes and hand saws: cross cut do; and a gen
assortment of HARDWARE. All of which,
I offer on moderate terms.
Thankful for past favors. I solicit the present
and future patronage of the public, and only call
and examine for themselves.
A W. HODGE.
Fall and Winter Goods.
E have received from New York, PhiladeL
pbia and New Orleans, a compfet supply
of Fa U and Winter goods.
P. Hoopes h Co d
J UST received from New York an assortment of
Rugs, Oil Cloth and Door Mats.
Houeekeepers had better be careful about buying
before they see the latett styles,
sept. 29, 1852
H. 8. Fulkertm.
AM now receiving mv
jl assortment of HATS, consist
ing of the superior Beaver aud South
euperior Plush and Silk,
plain Silk, cheaper than ever before offered
Kossuth Casino er,
Fur silk, plush, velvet, cloth and glazed Caps;
Boy's fancy wool and silk Hats and Caps of every
Children's Plush Turbans:
Misses' fancy Hats with Feather*,
H. 8. Fulkerton.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING
r JFORMS hie old friend* and the public in gen
eral, that he « now r>rep* re d to do all kinds of
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
in connection with all kinds of
new and repairing. He ie prepared to build
Carrmors of every deecription, and do all kind*
of Wood and Blacksmith work that may be re
quited; Mr. T. Gerrieon having charge |
Painting and Trimming Department. Plan
work of all kinds, done at snort notice.
The patronage of hie old customers and the pub
lic in general, n meet respectfully solicited
Port Gibeon. October 8, Itfl2. 7-6roo
Fall Goods!! Cheap GtoodaÜ!
»an I (Tt. *
Hang the Banner upon the Outer Wall!
THE CRY IS, 8TILL THEY COME I
AM daily receiving and opening my ipl
•lock if NEW GOODS, for the Fall and
tet trade, end I cheerfully and cordially invite
the woKi.D and the reat ofmankind to CALL AN I.
SEE THEM. People who would econbmlze and
save their dimes will do well
V ER F cheap good* can be had, and ahould they
not conclude to purchase from me, they Will be
more thoroughly posted at to the actual value of all
kind*of DOMESTIC and FANCY DRY
GOODS. There are a multitude of restons
why people should closely and attentively exam
my large and well selected stock of goods, roo
ted with a safe, prudent and wholesome ad
ministration of the household government, not any
one of which, in any wise conflicts with the reso
lution of '88 and '»9; and while it is clearly de
monstrated that the "obvious meaning and import"
of thia multitude of reasons, refers directly to the
bbauty or TUTuaa, sickness or style, elegance
or rsrrxRN, superiority or fabric, and theapnet*
in price, of my goods, it will at the same time *t ri ke
the mind of the observing aeoNOMisT, that a state
of things combining a great and pivebsipiki, sup
ply, with exceedingly low prices, must bring
about a " consummation devoutly to be wished "
in making the POOR MAN RICH and the RICH
MAN OPULENT. And although I may seem to
digress, I may be permitted to add that nothing
would afford a better groundwork for an interest
ing winter night's Entertainment, than for the
kind mother, who ia presumed to have examined
our stock, to gather her little flock around the
sparkling, happy, household hearth, and tell them
of Mr. Mason's cheap and beautiful goods—the
from Cashmere, the Crap«» from
to call and see how
Canton, in China, the Silks and Satina from France
and Italy, the Ribons aud Laces from the gay
fashionable city of Lyons, the Merinos from France
England and Germany, the Chintzes from Paris
the Prints from Manchester, the Irish Linens and
Long Lawns from Glasgow and Dublin, the genu
ine Cloths of Saxony, and a thousand things of
great beauty and utility, with which to intersperse
a well regulated narrative for the juvenile's of a
But to be a little more practical, I will state, for
the good of the country, more in detail of what we
retail, in very large or smaller slices at very great
ly reduced prices ; and though I may regret I said
it. I'll sell my goods on twelve months* credit, at
the end of which, the people "/fusA," will come
and pay me with a nish ; for none can feel so un
concerned. about a debt so fully earned, as to be
guilty of proeraitination, to the hazard of their
Then gentlemen and ladiea fair, hearken if you've
time to spare, and hear of new gooda rich and rare,
received and being opened.
There's brown, and black, and blue—yea cloths
of almost every hue. from invisible green to Lon
don imoke, suited for eo«t. or pants, ot cloak
I've got just what you need, of mixed, and
striped andexcellentTweed ; for those exposed or
named as sick, we've Cassimeres both strong and
thick ; for those who by fashion think to win, we
have the beautilul Doeski
sir. cannot be excelled in point of texture.
in—an article, I doexjiect
Figured Silks aud solid Satins, of every variety
of pattern*, for wedding*, parties, or the street, tor
gentlemen married, or less discreet, whom I will
furnish from hat to boot, with a cheap aud charm
ing wedding suit.
But, ladies I pardon this dereliction, and do not
deem this all a fiction; for surely I am bound to
say, I love to turn from grave to gay, from dull old
bachelor», dreadful drones, whom fashionable eti
quette disowns, who, in a word, are sluggish
wights, in human happiness, neophytes. Gentle
men, I bid you all adieu—the ladies are waiting for
With every rainbow color, selling from three to
a aingle dollar—the orange, scarlet, lilac, elate, yes
every color, if you're not too late; and crimson,
pink, blue and pea-green, as pretty as ever have
Of every pattern and latest style, so rich that
they excite a smile—«uited for ladies of doubtful
age, as well as those who would enrage —pretty
the maid, becoming to the mother, and offs
cheap to the one or the other.
Grode Nap or Gro de Rhine—come, lady
fair, they shall be thine. 'Tis but for you tospeak
the sentence—delay will surely bring repentance
Which will you have? sav, quickly say, before you
lose that rich Broche ! They're all so pretty, it ia
hard to tell, which will be the first to sell. those
•laid*, and stripes, and running vines, how brill
iantly their beauty shines; those lovely Satina,
embroidered Switses, intended only for full grown
misse»; but they are betti rsuited (said aside) for
she who expects to be a bride.
Alpacas, Bombazines and Crapes, Collars, Siee
Cuffs and Capes; Ribons embracing three hundred
pieces, all colored Crapes, and fine Crape Lisses :
Ribbons for bonnets, belts and neck. Swiss, Jeco
net, Cambrics [lain and check : Ginghams, solid,
plaid and strilies, assorted, and "Parisian Flounees"
just imported And
ty reverts, to corded, flounced and Mohair Skirts;
and well reconciled, hetruststhe ladies' faces, will
gaze with fond delight upon those handsome La
ces, Inserting*. Edgings, of Jaconet and Swiss, af
fording beauty to those who offer bliss; Fringes.
Galloons and handsome Broche Braids, for sedate
matrons and more lovely maida; five hundred pie
of good pattern Print#, and very handsome
etylesof new French Chintz; ladies Gloves, silk
and kid, and pic net milts, at every price, from a
dollar as low down as two bits ; silk, cashmere,
cotton and alpecca Hose, much cheeper than *ome
people would suppose ; Spool Cotton. Tape, Pins.
Buttons and Needles in profusion, Bobbin. Cord,
'Piping. Bonnet Wire and Blond Illusion Excuse
me, ladies, if I should close at that, and ask atten
tion to one " word ' — vtrbum tat. Than come one,
come all, you'll find us very handy, in showing
each the modut operandi, of buying cheap, by pay
ing tip Whehdue, your yearly debt*. toGentileand
to Jew. J. •. MASON
September 2», 1832.
the undersigned with rriodes
New Goods .
and dises of statlx and fasct
just received ner steamship
Wm Penn, from New York. I shall be receiving
bf each steamer during the present month until
my FALL AND WINTER STOCK is made up.
Mr. Hughe* has exercised great care and taste in
his selection, and my stock will be larger than
ever before. J. S. Maso»
sept 8, 1852 Opposite Bank of Port Gibson.
\ A Pairs double tacked
mi n and hoys
Russet Brogans, just received by the
undersigned add for sale at the lowest market
price. Parties wishing to select numbers had bet
tor call early. J. S. MASON,
sept 8,1852. Opposite Port Gibeon Bank.
HAMS! HAMS!! HAMS!/!
3 H Casks superior begged Hama,j-«t to hand.
August 4,1352, J.8. MASON.
J UST received by the undersigned 50« buehels
corn in sacks.
Jene 30, 1832
£89 PORK, FLOUR, BACON 8 ALT, LARD,
just received by J. S. Mason.
JUST received per «hip Alvarado, from Philadel
l^W yards 4-4,3-4, 6-4 Matting for sale at New
— .IIÄO- '
6 piece« »uperior ^loof Oil Cloth, 4-4, 6-4 «nd
8-4, of very handsome patorns, and «t New Or
leans price*. J. 8. MASON.
J. S. Mason.
200 ** Boys;
160 u Childrens For sale by
H. S Juv-asasos.
«apt 22, 1852.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
F R sale by
ttpt. 29, 1852
U 8. Fulkerton
J, G. HASTINGS,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY FOR 8 A LE;
WINES AND LIQUORS,
in any quality and at vdfious price*.
FOR SALE AT THE
A LITTLE AHEAD OF THE TIMES!
JÖHN G. HASTINGS
view the growing
RAIL ROAD IMPORTANCE
of this town, he* refitted end replenished the
in ü style deserving the eupport of this coitimu
The proprietor employs able assistant*, end re
ceiving his liquors direct from the importer i
New York, cau with confidence recommend them
to his patrons. The Billiard Saloon being «eper
ate from the Bar, players can enjoy this immxent
amuaement without annoyance. •
Best of Cigar» end chewing tobacco arc., etc.
for »ale. •
Liquor* and Wires, in any quantity and at
Call and »re for yourselves,
August 23,1832. _______
FOR SALE AT THE
HILLI ARD EXCHANGE.
August 23, 1832
NOW ARRIVING FROM NEW
1-2 pipe Hennesey (extra)
1-2 " Castillion,
1-2 " Leger F re res;
1-2 " Eagle,
Gin and Sherry Brandy.
Champaign wines of various brands,
Gouley Bitters, Ac. Call on
June 30. 1852 J. G. HASTINGS.
IGARS and Tobacco of various brand* at the
Brown Stout and Ale, in quart and \
the dozen at
I pints, by
T HE remnant of Hastings A Co's stock will be J
sold low —call upon J. G. HASTINGS.
INI DORK STRAUSS,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUn
LIC THAT HE HAS OPENED A
Opposite the Washington Hall, at the corner re
cently occupied by Hasting* A Co., with
a fresh stock of _
STAPLE DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING,
HATS CAPS BOOTS, SHOES. HARD
WARE AND CUTLERY, GLASS
\M> QUEEN8WARE, NAILS,
BAGGING and rope,
&c., &c., Ac.
Black end blue steel-mixed sattinetU;
Kentucky jeans, assorted colors ;
Linsey» do do
White, red, yellow, green and spotted flannels;
English and American prints;
Plaid and plain gingham*;
Alpaca*, lustres and merino, silk stripes;
Irish linens, linen cambric handkerchiefs :
Sheeting*, table'cloths. bird-eye diaper, napkins:
Silk, flag and bandanna handkerchiefs;
Ladies and misse* silk, woolen and cotton hosiery;
Gentlemen's silk, woolen and cotton hosiery;
Bed ticking, assorted;
Apron and furniture checks;
Mississippi. Alabama and Kentucky Osnaburgs;
Hamilton, Washington and Moskeag shirtings and
Charleston and Manchester shirtings It sheetings;
Bed and saddle blankets, assorted.
Frock, dress and sack coats .
Sacks, blankets and froctees;
Plain and casaimere pantaloons;
Kentucky jeans, »atinett and kersey do;
Velvet, satin and fancy vesta;
Shirts, drawers, he., he.
Brown and loaf sugar;
New Orleans and sugar-house molaases;
Rio and Havana coffee ;
Soap, star and »perm candles;
Rice, pepper, allspice, race and ground ginger;
140 sack* coarse and fine »alt;
25 boxes t obacco _ _
WINE AND LIQUORS.
Gin, and Wine.
HATS AND C APS.
Fashionable beaver, brush and »ilk hats;
Black and white wool hats;
Men and boy'» cap*. __
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men'» and boy's Russets, kip brogans ;
Calf, kip, sewed, pegged and mud boot#;
Ladies' and misses kid, buskin tie* and slippers
Umbrellas, combs, brushes, he. An assortment of
and cutléry. glass and queensware, casting*, nails
bagging and rope, flour, bacon, he,, he.
[T 7 "The highest market price paid for Cottoned
July 21,1852 4»-ly
T HE undersigned Would respectfully
M citizens of Port Gibson and its vh
he has opened a
t ö*i»üU<B>I2 a »S3 SSIXiaDIP
Main street, in the brick building opposite
Having worked in
Middelton's Livery Stable.
Dublin, London, and in many of t
citie* of the United States, he feels asm red 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 flatter» himself that he will
give general satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their custom.
uy No Pit, No Pay! -£0
rn^TbC European and American Fashion« reg
J AMES SULLIVAN.
Poet Olbeon, Augue* 18. IMS
Carpeting and Rugs.
ust received a large assortment of Ingrain Car;
and Brüssel Rugs
P. Hooze* h Co.?
AGGING h ROPE— 30 piece« Kentucky
and 50 coils Rope, just received and
P HOOPES k Co.
for sale by
Staple Dry Goods.
0 pr PIECES F'annels. assorted color»;
25 do Plaid and plain Lineey;
50 do bed tick, apron and furniture check;
100 do calico« from ito #) ct*. per yd;
30 do plain and plaid Kerseys, 15 to 20c;
10 bale* bleached and brown Domestic,
23 pieces Furniture Print*, etc. «te. For
« » ruLT Exsax
1 fl Dozen sugar cured Buffalo Tongue* for
\ Z sale by /• 8. DOHAN
Redite v April38, 1802
JANUARY 1, IN52.
II. S* FÜLKËRSON.
Corner of Mhin and Bank Street.
Poet GissdN, Miss
AS connected his late store with the one im
mediately on the corner« giving a front on
Main etreet, where he keep* a general stock to
Advances on Cottoti. and Ha* a very eottintodious
Shed for storing Cotton.
He has every facility for doing, an extensive
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS.
I. Tobacco and Clsttra.
O Pv BOXES Tobacco, from the beat chewing to
/C/tJ the comtndu, (tho' goo-1) Negro, at 121-2
l CigSts, cheap. For aale by.
, H. S. FiiLKEasdN.
A FEW very narid»ome Saddles, and a splendid
assortment of Whip». Gentlemen and Ladies'
Riding, (partcular attention ia called to the
Pikkck Whip, Carriage, Wagoner»', and that hor
ror of Mra. Stowes, the Sente Fe Drovehf or Ne
gro Whip, together With a fine a»sortmentof Baby
Jumper». All for ski« by H S Fulserson
S ept. 13, 1832.
Papier Hache WoïkBtand.
ONLY, of this elegant article. It ia worth
calling to see. H S FuLaaasoN
Sept. 13, 1832.
Pocket an I Peh Knives, etc., Bo't
of the Manufacturer.
ElTllFiR Ladies nor Gentlemen can fail to
get suited, if they wish somnthing nice in
this line. Call and see my Gold Knives and Steel
Handled Pocket, do., from two bits to seven dollars;
ail of the tame metal.
Bought of same Manufacturer, 2 doz. Choice
bladed— not handled—Razors. 3 doz. very superior
Scissors of same maze, for »ale by
Sept, 13, 1832. H S Filkkrsov
Kentucky Flannels, eto.
4 PIECES choice wide White Ky. Flannel, a
new article, all wool. 3 pieces of Shakers'
cloth, very nice for pant* and coats, to arrive. 6
pieces very fine White Ky. Jeans, for gent s pants.
10 " fine wide Ky. Plaid Linsey. For sale by
sept. 13, 1853 II 8 Fulskbson
1 Q DOZ. Men's and Boy's heavy and coarse
X rO Ky. Sock*, white and col'd. 3 doz. men's
and boy's fine Kv. socks, do. 2 doz. Women's
stockings, white and col'd. For »ale by
sept. 13.1832. H 8 Fulkerson
Great variety of Plaid Cassimers, Codington*, j
Pearl River Tweed*, Cadet ditto, Bird's eye
ditto. Kanolna, Plaid Velvet, Ermine Cassimere
etc e j c .
Plain and small figured Delaine*;
Gala and Carolina Plaids;
Opera cloths, Dotted Flannel*, etc., etc.
Just received and for sale by H S Fulkerson
SILKS, DRESS HOODS, AC
S ELECTED with great care by the undersigned i
from the stock of A. C. Stewart, New York.
2 piece* black Broderine;
1 extra Brown ».tin;
In drew pattern*, a variety of Grode Athen»;
Changeable l ow de *oir, Brocade Pow de aoir; .
.) beautiful Albonese Robe*. <* |
A variety of Plain Sc col d De Lame* A Merino *;
Alpaca*. Mohair and Bombazine, tome very
Blark »«. .Äncy .ill C»,.U.
"T £**" *""H 'trlSSZ.
1 * j
OAII P*'" Negio Blanket*. 75 pairs bed blank- I
ÄvH/ pts. 10-4,11-4 and 12-4; Crib, saddle and j
For »ale by
H S FULKERSON.
! fancy blankets,
CLO THING / CLO THING ! !
A large assortment Gentlemans Clothing gotten
up by a house in New York lamiiiar with the
taste of southern people. I
Himmevla. Blanket and Pilot cloth over coats.
Cloth over coats, riding coats. Business coat# of
every variety, black and colored frock and dress
coat*, superior black casimere pants, colored do.
clouded do. and common Jean# and Tweeds pants.
Plain and figured black satin and silk vest*, colored
silk (new style) lancy party and ball do. white
.Versailles do. All for sale by
sept. 13 H 8 Fulurson
A GREAT variety of the latest style just re
ceived and For sale by
sept. 11, H. 8. Fn-aaaaox.
Hosiery and Gloves.
LACK and White silk Hoee;
White cotton do of every variety;
Black and slate col'd do do
Black and White Merino do
Misses and children's do of every variety;
Men end boy s do do do
Alexander's Kid Gloves.
Every virMy of Gentlemen 1 ! and Ladie « Ri
ding. Party, fancy etc., etc.
Cloths, Caslmeres and Vestings.
FINE assortment consisting of superior black
blue and broad clotha
Superior black and fancy colored casimers,
~ " satin and other vestins,
For sale by
*ept. 13. 1852.
H S FULKERSON
H. S. Fulrbksox.
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.
20 dümüsk table clotha,
10 do*, do. do. napkins,
8 piece» bird'» eye diaper,
A •* Iri»h linen,
" extra undressed do. for shilt bosom»,
for sale bv
H S Fuk»er»om.
Boots arid Shoes
C \F every variety fot Gentlemen, Youths and
/ children. % , „ , ,
A large and splendid assortment of Ladie s *hbe*.
Gentlemen'* fancy slipper*, 4tc., etc, and a great
variety of misse* and children'* do., with a splen
did stock df heavy, stout shoe* for servants. Very
particular attention has been paid to the selection
this iotof boot# and shoe* and1*11 mav expect Is
be suited. sept. 13. H. S. ÏULKÈRSON.
BAGGING & ROPE. PORK, kC.
1 piece» Kentucky Bagging?
1 UU 30 half pieces Kentuck.» Bagging;
100 Coils Rope;
50 half do.;
5 bales Twin»;
75 bbl*. Mess Pork ;
lOO do. Flour;
5 do. Blue Lick ;
10 boxes Tdbtcco ;
H. S. FULKERSON,
and for sale b
B UREAUS—dressing and plain :
I Table*-* l -centre, card, dining ind breakfast ;
Washstafids, assorted; t
Bedstead*, walnutsycalnort, eherty and poplar;
Trundle Bedsteads and Cribs ;
Chairs, oft*»! cottas*«, carto-eett, »plitalid Wind
sor; Bedsteads for Misses;
Rocking, cene-seat, music and sewing;
Children's Chairs, assorted ;
Spring .Mattrasse* end Feathers;
Mo», and Shuck Müttnsœa;
H. S. FULKERSON.
A of cou»« my goods are ail tre»c »ad of the
For sale by
H S FULKERSON
A. J.M C GILL,
WIIiH.USALL AND H ET AIL
PAlNtS JNb OILS,
window glass. Sash and Putty,
Imnpreth'8 Garden Seed»,
DYfi STUFFS A GLASS WaAE,
fcaruMtav, rtftc Soap*« a*d atiiSHaA,
STEEL PEN», QUILLS, AND STATIONEU V,
XtotcAL, Law, and EiscellaSeous roOSS,
Blank Books, Superior Inks,
JürePhysiciatis* Prescription* Will receive par
ticular attention at all hours of the day awl night.
December iO, 1831. 16-1V
TU PLANTERS, PII YSlClANS
h, >. WtttA.
Port GimoA, Mi98.
TT AB nfrw a very large stock of freih Drags and
XI Medicine» on hand, and offers them on the
usual liberal term». Call and see me before you
for the coming summer.
jy your nupplie*
March 17 1832
LOOK OUT FOR PlIE LITTLE
OMEOPTHIC MÜDiCI.V ES— a few family
Boxes and Books. Ibt sase by
April 14. 1832 A. J. McGILL,Druggiat.
R. CHAMPION S CELEBRATED PILLS —
A large supply on hand for sale wholesale
and retail by A. J. McGILL,
April I I, 1852 Druggiat,
R. HOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, for
sale by A. J. McGILL,
April 14, 1832 Druftiat.
ONNEL'S PAIN EXTRACTOR—good for
bums, scalds, and all kinds of sores for sale in
A. J McGILL,
any quandity by
j „ , ..
JUST ARRIVED FROM HEAD QUARTERS
1 Gross Woodman's Cherry Pectoral, lor coughs
X colds, and all diseases of the lung», lor sale
wholesale and retail by A J McGILL.
J UST received, Lard Oil of superior quality
for sale by mari7 AJ McGILL.
Cleanse your System and Repair for the
ULL'S SARSAPARILLA,'for sale by
marl7 A J McGILL.
Pl'KE COD LIVKIt OIL.
i * Freili supply of this justly celebrated medi
tllM . j or «le by AJ McGILL.
—— ---- ■ ■ - - ■
LOOK AT THIS DYSPEPTICS.
OXYGENATED BITTERS, it i* .aid will cure
. ttaa dreudiul diwa*e. Call ami purchase a
| f e w bottle* and try it. Be sure and call
*; j j |f c (; ILL'8
whoj , who | e « !e an(t re uil agent for'the sale of'it.
"■ >M ' _
. ,ErA.rew, M0 " E '• h KF , T -f" »
j % few Garden Seed* yet ou hand, call soon if
; 71 you want any more. A J McGILL.
j March 17, 1852 Druggtit.
FOR BOWEL COMPLAINTS.
fresh supply just receiv
A J McGILL,
Druggist and Bookseller,
ILLINGS SYRUP, a
ed and for sale by
NE W BOOKS ! NE W BOOKS !!
UST received a new supply of Boors; many ol
them Annuals for 1**32.—Also, a very fine as
sortment of Juvenile Books, School Books, Hymn
Books, Bibles and Testaments,
Also—Cap (»per. I -etter paper,
velops, Motto Wafers, bteel Pen*
, Note paper, En
A. J. McGILL,
Druggist and Bookseller.
Garden Seeds ! Garden Seeds !!
J UST received a very large supply of Fresh
Seeds, direct from Dr. Landreth, Philadelphia.
Call and get an Almanac and examine these seeds
A. J. McGILL S.
Port Gibson. Dec. 10,1831
Lard Oil! Lard Oil!!
A FRESH article, just received and for tale by
Dec. 10.1830. A. J. McGILL.
No. 7, STAMPS' ROW,
PURT GIBSON, MISS.
Porter# Ale# and Claret#
J UST received end for sale by
June 2, SPOONÉR FORBES.
Ibs, on hand and for sale by
June 2, SPOONER FORBES.
Pine Ap ple C ae ae »
just reeeitrtM and for said bV
June 2, SPOONER PORBES.
ORN MEAL—on hand end for sale by
June 2. SPOONER FORBES.
LEAR SIDES, Hams and Leaf Lard, on hand
ORNED BEEF, Beef Tongue«, Sugar-ci
Dried Beef, Cider vinegar, white Wine V
gar. Cracker*. Gullatin, on hand and for *al* by
June9,1852 SPOONER FORBES.
0 and for sale by
LD BOURBON, Monongahela and Rectified
whisky just received and for sale bv
June :«>, 1852. Sfoohkk Ft»*»rs
TUST received and for «ale by
J sep L 1852 _SPOONER FOÜBËS.
T UB best that has been in thie market for e
a long time ; "put money tu thy pnrrn" fm the
above aept 1,1852 S. FORBES.
Rextilar Weekly Fauehger Parket
Between Hew Orleans, CraMd
Gulf and Lake Prof idettre.
RUNNING THROUOH THE ENTIRE SEAÄON
The Superior last running Fiunenger Picket,
rfiu FRANK LYON,
-Ä S. G, STUNK, MasTe*.
jpXAVING been placed permapontly in the
above trade, will bestow every ittlention
to hn*:oo«e entrtiKed to ber oere, The Frank
L; oti leaves as follows ! ascending, New Or
le ti« -very Frid«y, «t 5 o'clock, r ■., arri
ving at Grand Gulf on Saturday Sight, at 12
Desponding. Jc*vm Grand GtUf on Tuen
day night, at 9 o'clook. arriving in Now Ur
leans on Wednesday night.
. Fm freipht or passage, having ttnmlrpaascd
gOeojuiuodai.utis. apply on board, or to
J. D. SMITH, Agent.
Oe*. n, 1*52.
ÏÏHÉJJtTLTEEA TED CfiEtÖCALS
Vs, * 5 , WMVS.
IT AS just received, and is now opening tab Sem
ai mar supply of MaottiNU, Ac., and wf l. as
heretofore, continue to keep constantly ou hand a
full s«»nrtmeat Of ell articles In his line, used by
the F'AtftsLft, Bdd needed for tbk Mtdieml Ckmi at
the Planter. Hie store is open at all hour* of the
Day and Niuilr.
R7~ Tenu* as usual. Prices loW. At the old
Port Gibson. May 26, 1882
T HE Ladies are respectfully invited to call
awl examine the supply of Alabaster Work.
Shell, Bufliiloand Ivory Combe and Half Brushes;
Meen Fun; Fancy Boxes ; Lubins' Extract*; Toi
let Bottle*; Pomatum« Bear*Oil; HhanmgCrmm ;
Card ( a*M; Transparent Wash Balia; Cologne
Wütet; Glove Box#»• Verben» Water« Citronel*
la Water; Extra ft Me Fane; Rumor»; Rdtor Strap»;
Sharing Ururhet, fa
All of which, With many other article« not here
enumerated, have ju*t been received from Phila
delphia. and ate now open for inspection. tAam
i nt. end you mil pure bas«. Call at
June 9 1132.
N. p. MOODTS
D oJpT go to New Orleeas. or elsewhere from
botne to putcbase, until foil have examine
large stock of Drugs and Median«*.
N. P. MOODY, bruegiu.
may 36, Port Gibson
HOMfEOPATtilC U EbICIN ES.
N P. MOODY has juet received a Supply o
• Rademecher A Sheek's HorrtirnpatK • cas
and books, ma y 26 Ho. 6, Stamps' Row.
N OW opening, at Ho. 6, Stamp»' Row.
Archer A Warner's "Solar and "Süpiir
Lard Lamp». Also Extra Globe*, Shade«. Chim
neys, Cones and Wicks.
a lot <
N. P. MOODY.
PERFUMERY, 80AP8. *e.
A Large assort ment of Lullin'« Extracts, Fa., a
Cologne, Choice Soap», and other asrieles fo
the Toilette, just received m N.
A Large assortment of Foolscap. Lotter. Tissue.
Cream Laid Satin Poet, (small aize.) and v '
Paper. Plain and Ornamental Envelop«*, Ste
Pens. Wafers, Inka, Ac. Just received at
N. P. MOODY'S Drug ton
C tOGNAC BRANDY,
l Madeira wine.
for Medical purpose*, slwtv* on hand, at
N. P. MOODY'S Drug !*for
PURE WHITE iEAD.
Q C A/ \ LBS Wethenir* brand, just recei
'C', V ' * / vy ed and for lale bv
maya« tt. P MOODY
4 BBLS. Linseed Oil, on hand ami for sal* bv
ma> 20 N. P. MOODY
S PTS. TÜBPÏNTINfe, Copal VareMiTco*-:
Varnish, Red Lead, together With a full assort
ineht Of Paint*, for sale by
may28 N. P MOODY
A N assortment of Wall Paper, Fire Screen* and
Bordering to suit just received by
inay26 N P MOODY
W INDOW GLASS— 3.#00 feet of Window
Glass, ranging in site Dorn 8 x 10 to 22 x 20«
N. P MOODY'S
Groceries, Produce ,
Ac., ke.. ke..
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE,
Port Giaaox, Mias.
R ECEIVED on consignment a lot of very su*
purior Flotif, manufactured expressly for thie
market and guaranteed eqtial if toot superior to the
best St. Louis brand.
For sale for cash only by
P HALON'S Hair Invigorator, a fresh supply,
just received by marl« MERRIFIELD.
A fresh supply of the 'Royal Diamond Powder,
just received by MERRIFIELD
H. P. MaaamBLD.
A FEW MORE LEFT.
"TNVALIDS" aretereby informed, that Mea
X aiftRLD has just received a few more juga
that same " Medical Brandy."
S UPERIOR Old Cognac Brandy, expressly for
medical use, just received find for sale by
S UGAR-cured Dried Beef, for sale by
ftb24 ' _ Mill— J
A Fine asebrtmetk of SteWarta' Candy, fa*
ceiVed from New York, by
F ishing tackle, for *ie by
T EN THOUSAND Cl OARS, ** Shakespeare
brand, juet received by MERRIFIELD.
TUGS, Jets and Milk Crocks, (all size*,) for sale
J by feb24 MERRIFIELD.
G ENUINE French Cork Taper*, for Mle by
H P. MERRIFIELD ha* Jhst received from
• Ne# Orleans, a fresh supply of artichai in
his line. Call and see for younelves.
I NOBACCO and CIOARS, ot the choicest kind«
and brands, just received by
M ount eagle tripoli, th« pun «mole
for sale by janfl H. P. Maaaiaiai.».
S uperior gun Powder, Petent cap«, and
Lead, Juet received by H P. Maaaimu>.
DINE-APPLE CHEESE, Macaroni, Fie Frait.
X Ffe»li Raisins, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, he., just
received by _ jan7 H. P. MtaamaLo.
POWDER HORNS; Shot Belt« aad Game Bec»,
X just received by jao* H. P. McaaircLn.
S PERM CANDLES, Star do.. Sperm and Lard
Oil, just recei v»d by H. P. MERRIFIELD.
S UGAR. Coffee, Boston and Soda Crukefs. and
every article ueually keht by tho«« in his line,
to be found at «MEER I FIELD'S
Next Door to tho Post-Office.
I shall he receiving and opening daily for tho
next twenty d.js, . spleod, d siortmiut ot
Staple Dry Goals , Fancy Dress Goods,
Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
Adi of which! si
shall ha hnximt* to dispone of,
***+"* *»! VTÎ
" r ~ *
Pvfl *8» BwU end spikes; 2 doa. long ha- dl«
UU »hovels; 9 doe. Ames short handle »howls
* - mrAm m J s. MASON
frerei .'*» Tr k <J P«»*
*op« o, 1MJ
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