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I valuable HOUSE and a 1 ^JuatA'd io » desirable part ofjR ri, wn . GW out Houses, fen■ * L( A beautiful Shruhbury j good Cisterns > the best collection y fU *t Trees in tk/County, and a good r Un spot attached. information and terms of sale apply at 11—tf. »** • •a* far ,s*cc. Gibson Nov. 24,1852. Collector's Nortec. fort Tax *yE undersigned, Ta* «W» rf ÇWhj. rountv. will attend and meet the Tax 1 avers k-following times and places, in pursuance to %c!iî«ttL Taxe, du£ lor the year 1832, to i.,\nrwiNX-Thursday, Friday, and Satur ® if.th 17th, and 18th of December, 1832. SÄiiLrf». T-ta, -}*-*»-*. k 21st, ami 224 ol December, 1833. I , y SrsiMJS—Monday, Tuesday^ml Wednes the 3d, 4th, and 5th of January, 1833. Lt Gibson —Thursday, Friday and Saturday, I ,;,h. 7th, and HthofJanusry, 1853. y' D Gulf—M onday, 1 m-sday and Wednea . the tOtli. 11th. and 12th of January 1833. break—Thursday. Friday, and Saturday, the £Vi!£7mll.MhJr January .18«. rt,c law will bo strictly enforced. .1 vet 'but gold and silver. Nod il ho received m payment of Taxes. , 11 hi r. k.H. BOBO, Sheriff and Tax Collector. and nothing rafts or orders I Dec. S.—16 tf Regular Weekly New Orleans and Vicksburg Paokets. SOUTHERN BELLE .11. White, Coiuuiauiier, asoend .«fjàsbriS* ing arrive» at Uraud Gulf at |< C oVlöck7 u M., Suuday. Pemwnding, she ' it the Gulf at 8 o'clock, A. M. Wedueadry J. DANL.SMITH,'agent OLENDY BURKE, Bentley, Captuio, ascending arrives at _ Grand Gulf at 0 o'clock, A. M.« Sunday- Descending, leaves Grand Gulf at * o'clock, A. M-, Wednesday. J. DANL. SMITH, agent. J. SAXON— Este», Captain, as L ccnding. leaves Grand Gulf at 0 L clock. A. M. Wednesday. Descending. Uves Graud Gulf Friday, at 10 o'clock P.M. J. D. SMITH, ageut. ' FRANK LYON—Stone, Captain, asoend ' ing. leaves Graud Gulf at 12 o'ciock, P. M , Saturday night Descending, leaves Grand (iulf Tuesday, at 9 o'clock, P. M. J. D. SMITH, agent. ry y eg rocs for Sale! 4 & & HE undersigned has just arrived at Port Gibson, with 50 LIKELY NEGROES, fur rale on the most reasonable terms. Thcso Negroes arc fully acclimated, having most of them assisted in making crops for several years in this state. Planters wishing to pur chase Negroes, will do well to call early at the Toll Bridge, in Port Gibson EDWARD HERNDON. 15:3« r Dec 1. 2852. For the Million, —BY— ,V. ROSER # BRO. J F. have lately received an immense stock ol w Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Limit*#, (BOCK ERY, HARDWARE SADDLXY, ETC., which we intend to »eil a* cheap as they can be (btaiaed at any other place. The style of the good# are new, and have been selected with great We hope all our iriends will give us a call Dress Good . are. Figured silks, worsted plaid*,colored and figured merinos, alpaccas, cashmere de lain», barege de ains-doil de nort ginghams, shawl* and silk man tillas, calicos, red, white, yellow A dotted flannels. Hosiery. Black and white cashmere and merino hose; do d.. cotton and lamb wool do for ladies and Misses; nlk and red cashmere and cotton gloves, silk and velvet ribbons; jaconet swiss and thread edgings sud inserting», cotton dodo. A large stock of white and yellow domestic, shirting* and sheetings, lowells, kerseys, jeans, i-uMuet*. rottonades and bed blankets, clothing for every body, large and small, hats and cans, shoes ami boot*, flne shirts, cotton A merino undershirts. »S add!cry. Trunks and Carpet Bags, a lot of Crockery and Hardware, Tobacco, Umbrellas, and thousands of articles to numerous to mention call if you please. Port Gibson, Octobet 6,1852. <; I 7-Iy PAINTING, TRIMMING, AND T. GARRISON* W OULD respectfully inform the public, that he is now prepared for a general business of Painyino, Trimming and Repairing CARRIAGES & BUGGIES, in a neat and fashionable style, and With the best material, and as cheap as the same work can be done in any part of the country. Hoping to be enabled to give general satisfaction for all work executed in his line, he solicits a portion of public patronage, at Mr. J. Kelley's new shop. 17~Terms Cash.-^11 Port 6sb»on, October 8, 1852. 1-ly Double Barrel Shot Guns. W F. have a good assortment of Double Barrel Shat Gait* for safe P. Hoorxa Ik Co, se pt. 29«H Fall and Winter Goods. W E have received fro. New York, Ph.ladel ., p j Orleans, a complet supp/y of Vtdl and Winter goods. sept. 29, C.-Gw P. Hoorxs A Co 8-lm. Flour! Flour!! FS-ÂtÂ' 1 »™ *•" - July 14, 1?» _P HOPPES k Co. ISSES' A CHILDRENS' SHOPS— x f r „h supply of Misses , a^d Childrens' Shoes, just rereivedfromPhiladelphia and P. h'OOPES k Co M July 31, 1832. GREEN AND BLACK TEAS. A FRESH supplyand of Green Black Teat in metallic packages, for sale by ». __ P. Hoorns A Co. Carpeting and Rugs. J ust received a forge assortment of Ingrain Car peting, and Brunne/ Rugs sept. 29. fl-lm P. Hoorxs A Co. B AGGING A ROPE.—30 pieces Kentucky Bagging and 30 eoila Rope, just received and for sale by P. HOPPES A Co. L INSEYS A JEANS.—Kentucky Linseys and Jean* for sale by July 21, 1832. P HOPP ES A Co. RUSSET BROGANS. July 21, 1832. |!(|(| pain best quality of Russets, and * * OUi general assortment of Boots amdHSf Shoes, just received and for sale by * Mh Sept 8, p. Hoorxs A Co. r 8 B - * w. b. Walker, AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS ÖF WINES, IQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO he., Ac., Ac. Main street, (une door alxwh. the Washington Hall ) Port Gibson, Miss. July 28,1852, ) 49-1V TUST RECEIVED a Fresh lot of GROCER J I ES from New Orleans. Call and see Dec . 1.—13:tf 8. A. W. WALKER. Western Produce7 R ECEIVING daily, and kept constantly on r*i. * * e . w ' ral a«ortmm»t of Bacon, Lard, wrusky, Flour, Apples, Onions, Potatoes, Ac. Dec. 1.—ISjtf 8. A W. WALKER. T 1 of or in of in of a ly it, M essrs, s. b. & w. e. walker, keep stanUy °a hand and for sale, at prices to suit customers, the following enumerated articles. Best sugar-cured Hams, Flour, fancy branda. N. O. and sugar-house molasses, Star and sperm candles, ' Rio. Laguyra and Havana coffee, Brown, clarified, crushed and loaf sugar, Satt, coarse and fine, Boston, soda and butter crackers, Pine-anple Winter strained lard oil, Fresh almonds, pecans, and Braxil nuts, Water-proof Caps and gun powder, Tobacco, best brands, Tobacco, for plantation use, Allspice, pepper, and ground ginger, An assortment of tin and crockery ware, 3U kegs of nails, No. ! ami 2 mackerel, Toilet, castile and brown soaps, ■il A western reserve cheese. Green and black teas, Lobsters, »aimons, sardines and pickles, Common and superior playing cants, Brooms, house and well buckets, Milk pails and sieves, Ac., Ac. LIQUORS. J. B. A P. H. Goddard, and Jean Louis Brandies, American and peach brandies, Scotch am! Irish Whiskeys. Boiirlmn and Monongshela Whiskeys, Rectified and common Whiskeys, Champaigne Wines, of best brands, in ntsand qts, Clarets, of different brands in pints and quarts, Port, Sherry' and Madeira Wines, Brown Stout. London and Scotch Ale, Holland and New York Gin, Stoughton and Gouley Bitter», Cordials, of all kind«. They would respectfully call the attention of the community to their stock of superior CIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCO; which has been selected with much care, and will not fail to please all who fiud solace from the In dian weed. K7* Our object is to sell low for rath. Call and examine our stock (jy* Attached to the above is a BAKERY, where warm Bread, Coves and Rutkt ean be procured eve ry evening, made of the best materials, supplied with Bread TicxeT*, 22 per oi. CCT' Fresh Flour for sale by tne barrel, or i small quantities to suit purchasers. Port Gibson, July 28, 1852 of sir. Families 49-ly The Fisheries îXSSft^The Fisheries ! They must and will be Preserved! r FllE United States claims her rights and -*■ will protect them. By which means we have now on hand and for sale— Fresh Mackorel, No. 1 & 2; Roe Herring, in brine; Nsp Codfich; Spiced Salmon, in cans, heremeti cally sealed; Lobster and Sardine*. S. B. & W. E. WALKER. of ing !» if Oct. 20. 1852. a JUST RECEIVED. Bbls. St Louis FLOUR—Star Mills, and I from new wheat, for sale by \ugust 11,1852. S. B. A W. E. WALKE R. First of the Season. J UST received, from the North a fine lot of Ap p'es, Onions and Potatoes, sept 15. S. B A W. E. WALKER 20 S ty A. W. HODGE, DEALER IN Hardware, «fcueenswarc, &.c No. 5, Stamps' Rote, Port Gibson. Se pt ■ 22 , 1831. New Fall and Winter Goods. T HE subscriber has just received and is receiv W ing from New York and Philadelphia mar ket*, a stock of well selected and Fashionable oods, consisting in part, as follows: White and black crapes; Silk; 5-ly <; Black Gro dRhine Camelian dies« Black Ottoman do Gro d'Algier Glacee do Colored Gro d'Naps White satin; Colored and white Florence; Cambric and swiss edgings; " " Insertinr Tarleton, swiss and Book MM Black fillet mitts; Ladies and Misses kid gloves; Gentlemen's Linen cambric handkerchiefs; Lace, linen and silk buttons; Embroidered collars; " undersleeves; " cuffs; " chemisettes: Bonnet, Uffita, satin and Black and colored velvet ailk and gingham umbrellas; Brown and bleached domeitica; Water twist shirtings; Calicoes and plaid liaseys; Moualin de lain; satin de ahinés; 12-4 sheetings: cloths and cassimere»; ladiya' and misses' shoes and gaiters; men s, boy'* and children s shoes and boola; double lftrrelted guns; shot belts and pouches; _ powder flasks snd cleaning rods; powder and shot; Watkinr cape Collins' axes; broad do wool and cotton cards; combs and hair brushes; shell and buffalo tuck combs; brace and bitte; auger bitte; Planes and hand raws; cross cut d<J; and a gén éral assortment of HARDWARE. All of which, I offer on moderate terms. .... . Thankful for past favors, I solicit the present and future patronage of tbe public, and oriy call and examine for themselves. do iiu Es ins do do belt ribons, « A. W. HODGE. ft-ly September 22,1851. CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING AND BLACKSMITHING I NFORMS his old friands and the public in gen eral, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK, in connection with all kinds of blacksmith work, new and repairing. He is prepared to build new Caseiaoes 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 and Trimming Department. Plantation work of all kinds, done at short notice. The patron*ge of his old customers and the pub lic in general, is most respectfully solicited Port Gibson October 6,1832. 7-flmo Christman Fixing», N HAND a r d receiving, 04 Boxes Raisins, 223 lbs. fresh Currants, 100 lbs. Citron, 10 barrels Apples, 200 lbs. fancy Candies, German Toys. Spooner Forbet. O December I, 1852 -K NEW GOODS! Fall Goods!! Cheap Goods!!! IV. ft» COR,NEB or MAIM AMI RANK STS. COMMERCE IS KING! Hang the Banner upon the Outer Wall ! THE CUY IS, STILL THEY COME I' T AM daily recei» in« and opening niy splendid 1 stock of NEW GOODS, lor the Fall and Win ter trade, and 1 cheerfully ami cordially invite all the woai.n and tha rest of mankind to CALL ANL SEE THEM. People save their dimea will do well to call and see how V ER F cheap good* can be had, and should they not conclude to purchase from me, they will be thoroughly posted as to the actual value of all of DOMESTIC and FANCY DRY who would economize and more kinds GOODS. There are a multitude of reasons why people should closely and attentively exam ine mv 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 couliicts with the reso lution of '98 and '99; and while it is clearly de monstrated that the "obvious meaning ami import" of this multitude of reasons, refers directly to the BEAUTY or TKXTUBF, BICnRKSS OF STTI.I, KI.KOANf'K or fattrbn, surERioBiTV or r*aaic, and chea/meu in prior, of my goods, it will at the same time strike the mind of the observing economist, that a state of things combining a oar*rand mvxbsifikd sup ply, with KxcKauiNiiLY now r sicks, must bring abiout 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 is 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 beautiful fabrics from Cashmere, the Crapes from Cknton. in China, the Silks and Satins from France and Italy, the Ribons and Laces from the gay fashionable city iff 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 iue Cloths of Saxony, and a thousand things of great beaut y and utility, with which to intersjierse a well regulated narrative for the juvenile's of a winter's evening. 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 1 may regret 1 said it, I'll sell my goods on twelve months' credit, at the end of which, the people " ftutk," will come and pay me with a rush ; for none can feel so un concerned. about a debt so fully earned, as to be guilty of procrastination, to ths hazard of their reputation. Then gentlemen and ladies fair, hearken if you'vs time to spare, and hear of new goods rich and rare, received and being opened. and Oi Cloths, There's brown, and black, and blue—yea cloths of almost every hue, from invisible green to Lon don smoke, suited for coat, or pants, or cloak Of Casslmeres, I've got just what you need, of mixed, and striped andexcelleutTweed ; for those exposed or ■amed as sick, we've Cassimere* both strong and thick ; for those who by fashion think to win, we have the beautilul Doeskin—an article, I do expect sir. canuot be excelled in point of texture. Of VestiiiRs, Figured Silks and solid Satin», of every variety of patterns, for wedding*, parties, or the street, for gentlemen married, or less discreet, whom I will furnish from hat to boot, with a cheap and chaim ing wedding suit. But, lailies ! 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 bachelors, dreadful drones, whom fashionable eti quette disowns, who, in a word, are sluggish wight*, in human happiness, neophytes. Gentle men, I bid you all adieu—the ladies are waiting for something ncic. Those Cashmeres, With every rainbow color, selling from three to a single dollar—the orange, *carlet,1ilac, slate, ye* every color, if you're not too late ; and crimson, pink, blue and pea-green, as pretty as ever have been seen. De I-alnes, Ol every pattern and latest style, so rich that they excite a smile—«uited for ladies of doubtful age. as well as those who w ould engage —pretty for the maid, becoming to the mother, and offered cheap to the one or the other. TI108C Silks, Of Gro de Nap or Gro de Rhine—come, lady fair, they shall be thine. 'Tisbut for you to speak the sentence—delay will surely bring repentance Which will you have? say, quickly say, before you lose that rich Broche ! They're all so pretty, it is hard to tell, which will be the first to sell : those plaids, and stripes, and running vines, how brill iantly their beauty shines; those lovely Satins, embroidered S wisse*, intended only for lull grown misses; but they are better suited (said aside) for the who expects to be a bride. Alpacas, Bombazinesand Crapes, ColIars.Sleeves Cuffs and Capes; Ribons embracing three hundred S ieces, all colored Crapes, and fine Crape Lisse* ; ibbon* for bonnets, belts and neck, Swiss, Jaco net, Cambrics D a > nand check ; Ginghams, solid, plaid and stripes, assorted, and "Parisian Flounces' just imported. And the undersigned with modes ty reverts, to corded, flounced snd Mohair Skirts: and well reconciled, he trust* the ladies' faces, will with fond delight upon those handsome La ces, Inserting», Edging*, of Jaconet and Swiss, af fording beauty to those who offer bliss; Fringes, Galloon# and handsome Broche Braids, for sedate matrons and more lovely maids; five hundred pie ces of good pattern Prints, and very handsome styles of new French Chintz; ladies Gloves, silk kid, and pic net mitts, at every price, from a dollar as low down as two bits ; silk, cashmere, cotton and alpacca Hoee. much cheaper than some 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 eat. Then come one, come all, you'll find us very handy, in showing each the iriorfu* operandi, of buying cheap, by pay ing up when due, your yearly debt*, to Gentile and to JeW. J- *». RASUR September 29, 1852. aiiil 6-1y New Goods. A rr Packages and cases of staflc and fancy /[) n EY Goods, just received per steamship r York. I shall be receiving until Wm. Penn, from New York I^H^HH bv each steamer during the present month until niy FALL AND WINTER STOCK is made up. Mr. Hughes has exercised great care and teste in and my stock will be larger than J. S. Maso» Opposite Bank of Port Gibson. nugn selection, ever before. septS, Ï85* his Russet Brogans. 1 r\f\f\ Pairs double tacked mm and boy« I UUU Russet Brogans, jntt received by the undersigned add for safe at the lowest market price. Parties Wishing to select numbers had b«t t#»r call êtrlv. •• MAoON» sept 8,1832. (Opposite Fort Gibson Bank. HAMS! HAMS!! HAMS!!! 3 Casks superior bagged Hams, i«. August 4, 1352, *• » t to hand. . MASON. Corn ! Corn ! J UST wceived by the undersigned 500 bushels corn in sacks. * . . .. _ June 30,1852 J.S.Masox. M ess pork, flour, bacon salt lard, just received by J- S. Maso». HIATTINO! MATTING! U8T received per ship Abearado, from Philadel 1500 yard* 4-4,5-4, «-4 Matting for aale at New Orleans prices. —ALSO— 6 pieces supeHot Floor Oil Cloth, 4-4, #-4 and 8.4, of very handsome pnterns, and ^"Or leans prices. April 14,1832 ' 34 Bagging, Rope, and Linseys, pieces Bagging, 50 half do 100 coils Rope, 100 10 Bales Jeans, , 20 do Kentucky Linseys, Just received per steamer Chancellor b August <* 1832 • J-5.. MASON. J. G. HASTINGS, AT THE BILLIAM l> MX Bl l ANGE KEEPS CONSTANTLY FOR SALE, WINES AND LIQUORS, in »ny quanty and at various price* June 3«, 43-ly Just Arrived, C/^VKF.OS NEW LARD, Ü 5 Tierces do. do. 123 bbla St. Louis FLOUR, 40 bUs. WHISKY, 20 i bhls. WHISKY, 13 « bbls. MESS BEEF. 4 Casks CLEAR SIDES. J. G. HASTINGS. Apply to [10;t<] A M PPLES, Cheese, Candles, by the qnantity, for sale by [10:tt ] . J. G. HASTINGS. t® amm DRIED BEEF AND TONGUES J. 6. HASTINGS. Apply to PLMir fuci'G SPARKLING CATAWBA, for sale J. ü. HASTIAUS. LITTLE AHEAD OF THE TIMES I JOHN Q. HASTINGS having in view the growing RAIL ROAD IMPORTANCE of this town, has refitted and replenished the | BILLIARD EXCHANGE, in a style deserving the support of this commu nity. The proprietor employs able asaistants, and re ceiving his liquors direct from the importer» in New York, can with confidence recommend them to his patrons The BiUiard Saloon being separ ate from tbe Bar, players can enjoy this innocent amusement without annoyance. Best of Cigars and chewing tobacco Ac., Ac. for sale. Liqroxx and Wires, in any quantity and at varions prices. Call and see for yourselves. August 23,1832. _ A [t«<f] by . Lemons! Lemons!! FOR SALE AT THE BILLIARD EXCHANGE. August 23, 1832 _ !•« Fresh Arrival. NOW ARRIVING FROM NEW YORK. 1-2 pip# Hennesey (extra) 1.2 " Castillion, 1-2 " Leger F re res; 1-2 " Otard Dupey, 1-2 " Eagle, Rye, Bourbon, Rectified, Irish, Gin and Sherry Brandy. Claret, Port. Madeira, Sherry, # Champaign wines of various brands, Gouley Bitters, Ac. Call on June 30, 1852 Braxdix9 2 • WHISKY. 1 In 3 I A Wises. J.G. HASTINGS. IGARS and Tobacco of various brands at the BILLIARD EXCHANGE. F iRTER. Brown Stout and Ale, in quart and : pints, by the dozen at BILLIARD E XCHANGE. HE remnant of Hastings A Co's stock will be ! sold /oic—call upon J. G. HASTINGS. | . J une 30. T IHYDORE STRAUSS, WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO TUE PUB LIC THAT HE HAS OPENED A Opposite the Washington Hall, at the corner re cently occupied by Hastings A Co., with a fresh stock of _ STAPLE DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING, n\TS, CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, HARD WARE AND CUTLERY, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, NAILS, CASTINGS, PROVISIONS, BAGGING and ROPE, Ac., Ac., Ac. DRY GOODS. Black and blue steel-mixed sattinetts; Kentucky jeans, assorted colors ; Linse y s do do White, red, yellow, green and spotted flannels ; English and American prints; Plaid and plain ginghams ; Alpacas, lustres and merino, silk stripes; Irish linens, linen cambric handkerchiefs : Sheetings, table cloths, bird-eyè diaper, napkins : Silk, flag and bandanna handkerchiefs; Ladies snd misses silk, woolen and cotton hosiery; Gentlemen's silk, woolen and cotton hosiery; Bed ticking, assorted; Apron and furniture checks; MuaMppi. Alabama and Kentucky Osnaburgs ; Hamilton, Washington and Moakeag shirtings and sheetinga: ... Charleston and Manchester shirtings A sheetings; Bed and saddle blankets, assorted. CLOTHING. Frock, dress and sack coats. Sacks, blankets and froctees; Plain and cassimere pantaloons ; Kentucky jeans, satinett and kersey do; Velvet, satin and fanev vests ; Shirts, drawers, Ac., Ac. GROCERIES. Brown and loaf sugar ; New Orleans and sugar-house molasses ; Rio and Havana coffee; Soap, star and sperm candles; ' Rice, pepper, allspie*. race and ground ginger ; 140 sacks coarse and fine salt; 23 boxes tobacco WINE AND LIQUORS. Brandy, Gin, and W i ne. HATS AND CAPS. Fashionable beaver, brush and silk hats; Black and white wool hate ; Men and boy's caps. BOOTS AND SHOES; Men's and boy's Russets, k$ brogans ; Calf, kip, sewed, pegged and mud boots ; Ladies' and misses kid, buskin ties aud slipper« —ALSO— Umbrellas, combs, brushes, &c. assortment of and cutlery, glass and queensware, castings, nails bagging and rope, flour, bacon, &c„ Ac. COTTON. [jyTbo highest market price paid for Cotton-ZE July 21,1832 48-1 y FASHIONABLE o spectfully inform thé and its vicinity, that T HE undersigned would res citizens of Port Gibson 1 he has opened a 'Ö*aiOJicE>ii a8 's3 ssHa<B>ip on Main street, in the brick building opposite Middelton's Livéry Stable. Having worked in Dublin, London, and in many of the principal dtiea of the United States, he feels as lured from a long experience in business, he is prepared to exe cute all order* in his liné.inthe most approved and fashionable style, and flatters himself that he will give general satisfaction to all who may favor him with their custom. (J3T- No Fit, No Pay! rrreThe European awl American Fashion* rég ulé received. JAMES SULLIVAN. Port Gibson, August 18,1832 Hardware. CA Kegs Nails and spikes; 2 doz. long handle OvJ shovels; 2 doz. Ames short handle shovel* 2 doz. spades. J. S. MASON sept 8,18-53 Opposite Bank of Port Gibson JAM" -, t, l est. r — II. S. FcLKEUSON. .HERC1IAMT, Corner of Main and Bank Street. Pont Gibson, Miss AS connected his late store With the one im mediately on the corner, giving a front on Main street, where he keeps a general stock to suit Planters, II BUYS COTTOS, Advances on Cotton, and lias a very commodious Shed for storing Cotton. Hg has every facility for doing an sxtensive WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS. Embroidered Curtain Nlaitllns. T HE undersigned intend to sell out at very lit tle above cost price; A lot of Embroidered Curtain Muslins; " Worsted Silk ami Cotton Hosiery; " Ginghams and Worsted Dress Goods. CALL! CALL!! CALL!!! Nor. 10, 1832, 8. BERNHEIM ER A BRO. Carpeting», Ac. A BEAUTIFUL assortment consisting of Brussels; Three Ply; Plain and Passage. Also, Handsome Rugs, new style; Parlor Mats; Door Mats; Oil Cloth; Carpet Bindings, Ac., for sale by Nov. 10, 1832. H 8 FULKERSON | H. 8. Fulkerson, K EEPS constantly on hand sverything in the wny of Plantation Supplies; Heavy Groceries; SUple and Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing. Hits, Boots and Shoes; Indeed, a general stock. Nov. 10,1832. Papier Blache Workstand. ONLY, of this elegant article. It is worth _ railing to see. H S FcLatasox Sept. 13, 1852. H 8 Ftdkerton KENTUCKY SOCKS. 1 O DOZ. Men's and Boy's heavy and 1 Z Ky. Socks, white and col d. 3 doz and boy's fine Kv. socks, do. 2 doz. Women's stockings, white and col'd. For sale by sept. 13.1852. H S Fv lbebsox coarse ■ men's Children's Wear. FOR BOYS. Great variety of Plaid Cassimers, Codington*. Pearl River Tweeds, Cadet ditto, Bird's eye ditto. Kapolna, Plaid Velvet, Ermine Caasimt-re etc., etc. a FOR GIRLS. ' Plain and small figured Delaines; Gala and Carolina Plaids; Opera cloths, Dotted Flannels, etc., ete. Just received and for sale by H S Fulkerson sept. 13,1852. SILKS, DRESS GOODS, &Ü S ELECTED with great care by the mulersigned from the stock of A. C. Stewart, New York. 2 pieces black Broderine; • " extra Brown satin; patterns, a variety of Grode Athens; ble Pow de soir, Brocade Pow de soir; 1 In dress Changea 3 beautiful Albonese Rolies; I A variety of Plain A col'd De Laines A Merino's; Black Alpacas, Mohair and Bombazine, some very fine; Black satin and fancy ailk Cravats. Other articles in the same line yet to arrive, sept. 13. H S FrLKtRsox : A ! | . . — Hoys Clothing. GREAT variety of the latest style just re ceived and For sale by sept. 13 H. 8. Fulkeksox. FURNITURE, FURNITURE. ■QUREAUS—dressing and plain: _D Tables—centre, card, dining and breakfast ; Washstands, assorted ; Lounges ; Bedstead*, walnut, sycamore, cherry and poplar; Trundle Bedsteads and Cribs ; Writing Desks; Chairs, office, cottage, cane-seat, split and Wind sor; Bedsteads for Misses; Rocking, cane-seat, music and sewing; Children's Chairs, assorted ; Spring Mattresses and Feathers; Moss and Shuck Mattresses; For sale by H. S. FULKERSON, sept. 13,1852. Dozen sugar cured Buffalo Tongue* for sale by J. 8 DOHAN, Rodney April 28,1832. 12 In Distress! 1 FIND that 1 have too many drew good*. Thry muet be »old. Sagacious people will see a world of meaning in that short scidence. Oct. 6 1852. H S FrLXtasox Russets. 1200™" «5T 150, u Childrens For sale by H. S Fulkk«so*. sept 22,1832. Hats ! Hats ! ! 1 AM now receiving my splendid fijfipSjR!) assortment of HATS, consist- g»- ijfi ing of the su;>erior Beaver aud South ■ff' jSa Carolina Planter. ü superior Plush and Silk, ^ plain Silk, cheaper than ever before offered here. Kossuth Casimer; Seal Nap'd; _ Pearl Merino; Sombreros; Sou. Westers; Black Wool; Fur silk, plush, velvet, cloth and glazed Caps; Boy's fancy wool and ailk Hate and Caps of every variety; Children's Plush Turbans; Misses' fancy Hate with Feathers, sept. 29,1852. H. S. Fnlkereo ». CARPETING. J UST received from New York an assottment of beautiful Carpeting; Rugs, Oil Cloth ar.d Door Mats. Housekeepers had better be careful about buying before they see the latiet styles, sept. 29, 1852. H. 8. Fui herum New Goods! I shall be receiving and opening daily fot the next twenty days, a splendid sssort trient of Staple Dry Goods, Fahey Dress Gotlds, Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Quecnsware. éjrc. All of which I shall be anxious to dispose oi, consequently bargains may be expected. septS H. 8. Fulkxrlon. Agency fbr the Wilkinson County Faotory. T HE undersigned having received the agency of this Home Manufactory would call attention to the following described good* which he offers at Factory prices. 4-4 Osnaburgs, 7-8 Osnaburgs, 4-4 Kersey*, 4-4 Linseys. 7-8 Linaeys, Cotton Yarns 0 to 10, Sewing thread. Batting for Comforter*. It is hoped that all friend* of Southern enterprise will at least call and look at these good*. Clean wool m any quanta y wanted for this lac tory for which a fair price will fie paid, sept: 13. H. S. FULKERSON, Agent WANTED. Bbls CLEAR TAR, in £ood barrels for t shipping; for which a fair price wilt bo paid in goods. septS H S Fulskeso». 50 Cold Weather. TUST received from Kentucky, ~ 5 pieces colored and white, Plan tern jeans, 2 " fine white J-inaey for drawers, 4 " wide and fine bright col'rd Linsey, 4 teen extr, 6 m *001 xockx-looe legx. For aa!e at fair prices by vt. 24, H. S. FuuL.EEso». . ills A. J.M C GILI t PORT GIBSON, WUUi.EdAL.£ AND BETAIL Dealer in DRUGS, 9IEDICINE8, AND CHEMICALS, PAINTS AXI) OILS, WINDOW GLASS, SAM1I AND PUTTE, LAftnnmt's Ga« df.N Sheds, DYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE, PKarUMSBT, six a imn, a*d bbi snkr, steel Pens, (jiills, an [^stationery, LETTERANO CAPPAPER, NedIcaL, Law, and miscellabroi's boobs, Blank Books, Superior Inks, PAPER HANGINGS. ^^Physicians' Prescriptions will receive par ticular attention at all hours of the day and night. December 10,1831. 10-1 y A Few Fresh Garden Seed?. F ROM Lamherth's have come to hand call and see them soon. A. J. McGill. Nov. 17,1852. O N MS box of complete < rar dm 7b alt, Dorn Lain berth's—-for sale by A. J. McGill. Nov. 17 1832. Hchool Book» ami Htationer?« T HAVE added to my former stock a good *- supply of School Books and Stationery, ■onsisting of Dnvia' Serie» of School Books ; McGuffiie's Reader; Goodrich's History»; Mitchell's Geography» ; Web»ter'» Dictionary.»; Elementary Spelling Towu'b Speller»; also, a great many other books for Schools ind Academie». A. J. McGILL. Oct. 13. 1852 j Books} COME AND SEE. TUST receiving from New York and Phila J d'-lphia my late supply of IkrilfÇK K Nedicines—all fresh, »elected by myself, Tom the above cities. A 1 of which are offered very low, for cash, jr to uiy good customer», payable at the usual 2me, January 1st 1853. A. J. McGILL, Oct. 13, 1852. Druggist & Bookseller. Fancy Article« JJ'ANCY Boxes, Work Boxe», Snuff Boxe» Needle Boxes Hair Brushes, Tooth do! Nail do, Hat do. Cloth do. Soaps of all kinds. Cologne Extracts, Powders, Small Put*, and i a thousand other little things, I ean sell you iff you will call and give me an opportunity. A. J. McGILL, Main Street, Port Gibson. Oct. Î3, 1853. Books for Presents. A NNUALS for 1S53—Billie*—Hymn-l»ouk Albums—Scrap-books—Childrens Books of various kinds— Miscellaneous Books—Uncle Toms Cabin—Aunt Phillis Cabin and Parlor, beside* a very great variety of other books, alt offered very cheap, and must besold by A. J. McGILL. December 8. Cuine at last. U NCLE TOM'S CABIN—by Harriet Beecher I Stowe, for sale by A. J. McGill. november 21. at PURE COD LIVER OIL. A Fresh supply ol this justly celebrated medi cine for sale by A J McGILL. Paper the Walla of your Houses, j WEZ !" £ a? u " r fz , £ w.N. I by as good workmen as can lie found anywhere— call and see the peper, don't forget to coine to McGill'*— for that is tbe place. nov. 17,1832. L. imps ! Lamps ! and Giromdoles ! ! /Cheaper than ever wa* offered —made in Philadelphia by Conrliua, only a few on hamls, come soon, or waste a good bargain. Nov. 17,1852 A. J. McGill. j Oft BAGS SHOT, 10,000 Percussion ÆÏU U- 10S. UriÄ v.rii,of SSSÏTiSÎ "* i SPOONER FORBES, FAMILY GROCER, No. 7, STAMPS' ROW, PORT GIBSON, MUS 41-ly June 2. 5852, Garden Seed; PAPERS, growth of 1832. just received Spooner Fo.bc». 00» and for sale by December 1, 1822. Lifiuor*. F INE and Common Brandies, Bourbon, Monon-1 gahela and Rectifled Whiskey, Claret, Cham-1 pagne and Madeira Wine, ou hand ami for sale by | May. 3,1832. Srooxaa Foaats. Porter, Ale, and Claret, J UST received and for sale by June 2, 8POÖNER PORBF.S. 1. — QUGAR lO Pine Apple Cheese Soda Biscuit, Cider Vinegar, Jfolasse», Starch. Salt, just received and for sale by Juno 2, SPOONER TORBES. C ORN MEAL-on hanJ and for sale by Juno 2. SPOONER FORBES. Bacon. . , v LEAR SIDES, llama and Lear Lard, on hand and for sale by SPOON ER FORBES. C WHISKY. LD BOURBON. Monongshela and Rectified whisky just received and for sale by ue 30,1832. SrooXcfc Foaan. O FRESH GROCERIES Ü5T received and fot aale by ■ep 1. 1832 J SPOONER FORBES. November 1*32. LBS. Loaf, Crulhed and Powdered B B Sugar; 500 lbs. Goshen Butter, fresh; 33 boxes Fresh Buckwheat; 1 tierce Stuart ' » Syrop; lbs. Stuart's New York Candyt Pecans, Chocolate, Macaroni, Molasses, Sal 9 ton Crackers. Soda Crackers, Butter Crackers Laird, Hama, Lard Oil, Fire Crackers, Powder, Cocoa Nuts, Lemons, just received and Nov. 3. Wooden Ware &o. /"SOCOA NUT Dippers, Keeler*, Tubs, Buckets, KJ Zinc Wash-Boards, Axo Handles, Brooms, Mats, Tapera, Cards, Matches, Magie Flold. 10 Dog Dolls, all size*, 1 Case Gohnaa Toys, Marbles of all kinds, India Rabber Balls, for sale bv November 3. Sitmsaa Foaaca, 2000 t, Bos Orange*, i sale by Sroouca Foaaca. lor €?■»•••• If) CIGARS of the following brands VS^wSwi Londres Flor de Castenon.iurt received by Nov 3 1853. SPOONER FOÙBES. Hjff" FRESH DRUGS, PURE MEDICINES, m AND UNADtJLTÉkA TED CHEMICALS/ ftka St ftkftW*, rx AS just receh ed. and i* now opening his Sum- 1 Li trier supply of Mxi>ICi»r*. Ac., and will,*« heretofore, contiitueto keep Constantly on hand a full assortment of all articles In his line, wed by the Fscoi.tv, ami needed 1er the Medwnl Chtti of the planter. His store is open at all hams of tho Dar and Nihiit. (17" Terms is usual. Price# low. At tha old stand Port Gibson. May 2«. 1833 40-1 r FANCY' ARTICLE 8. tar LATEST ARRIVA LUX T HE LADIES are rrspectlblty invited t« call and examine the supply of Alabaster Work« Shell, Buffalo aad Ivory Loinbs and Hair Brushes; Meen Fun; Fancy Boxes; Lutins' Extracts; Toi» let Bottles; Pomatum; Bean Oil; Shaving Cream | Card Cases; Transparent Wash Bells; Cologne Water; Glovt Boxes: Verbena Water; Citronel* la Water; Extra tine Fans; Rators; Rotor Strap »; Sharing Bruehre, A»' All of which, with many other articles not bare enumerated, have just been received from Phila delphia. and are now open for inspection. Exam » inr. and you tritt purchase. Cali at June a 1852. N. P. MOODY 1 M. » TO PLANTERS. D ON'T go to Nsw Orleans, or elsewhere from home to pioe-liijdl until you have examined my Urge stock ol Drugs ami Medici A r . P MOODY. Druggie, Port Gibson. il«. may W, HOMŒOPÀÏÜIC JI K DICIN K8. N P. MOODY MMSuit received a supply of • Rademachf; jnheek's Homeopathic rases j and books. ' ■ No. 6, Stamps' Row. LARD LAMPS. N OW Opening, nt So. 0. Stamps' Row. a lot rtf Archer A Warner's "Solar" and "Supper' Lard I.amp*. Also Extra Globes, Shades. Chim neys, Cones and Wicks. may26 N. P. MOODY, DruggiC. PERFUMERY, SOAPS. &c. A Large assortment of Lubin's Extracts, Farine Cologne, choice Soon*, and other arrides for the Toilette, just received at N. P. MOOD Y' S Drug Store. ■at M STATIONERY. A Large assortment of Foolscap. Letter, Tissue, Cream Laid Satin Post, (small size,) and Note Paper. Plain and Ornamental Envelopes, Steel Pens, Walers, Inks, Ac. Just received at S. P. MOODY'S Drug Store may28 J^OGNAC BRANDY, Madeira wine, Port Wine, Sherry Winev Jamaica Spirits. Holland Gin, for Medical purpose*, always on hand, at * p MOODY'S Drug Blare. PURE WHITE LEAD. O fîn/1 LBS. Wetherill'abrand, Just racolr \J Lr ed and for sale by may28 N. P. MOODY. LINSEED OIL. BBLS. Linseed Oil, on band and for sale by N. P MOODY. 4 may 20 S PTS. TURPENTINE, Copal Varnish. Varnbh,'Reil Lead, together with a full ment of Paints, for sale by may-Jf Coach rt N. P. MOODTO* Wall paper. A N assortment of Wall Paper, Fire Screens and Bordering to suit just received by «, > may20 N. P. MOODY. W INDOW GLASS—3,000 feet of Window Glass, ranging in size from 8 x 10 to 22 x 28, mav2Ü N P MOODY'S \Dnig'Store. at s. mumm. DEALER IN I Groceries, Produce, fte. f Ac., Ac.. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE, p OBT Giasox, Mi**. January 8,1852 21-ly PUBLIC NOTICE. REMOVAL* T HIS is to inform the citizens of Port Gibson, ami the good people of the country round Henry P. Mernfield, j ducc Merchant, has removed his establishment, and now, at the stock, his " tou Hall ; or, if you like it better, opposite Middle* ton's Stable: that i* to *ay, on Main street, in the vicinity o: the Public Square. You shall know by the smoke which so gracefiilly ^l. AWr—r*efc*»i» Fresh Arrivals. FLOUR! R ECEIVED on consignment a lot of very *U-> perior Flour, manufactured expressly for this market and guaranteed equal if not superior to the best St. Louis brand. For sale for ss>h only by marrh 24. Grocer and Pn< i about, that , occupies with a fine opposite the Washing present writing OLD STAND" 1 H. P. McaxirreLD« „I . pH*LO?l S Hair Invigorator, a fresh supply | X just received by marlO MERRIFIELD ---- — - A fresh supply of the 'Royal Diamond Powder. Ü j'lst received by MERRIFIELD A FEW MORE LEFT. **TNVALIDS" are hereby informed, that Mat* A a 1 field has just received » few more jugs that same ** Medical Brandy." March lo. S UPERIOR Old Cognae Rrsn.lv. expressly medical use, just received and for sale ky Feb24 MERRIFIELD for S UGAR-etired Dried Beef, for sale by feb24 MERRIFIELD. A Fine Assortment of Stewarts' Candy, just re ceived from Now York, by fob24 MERRIFIELD. 1 WISHING TACKLE, for sale by fob24 • Ml RR! FIELD. T EN THOUSAND CIGÀRS, •* Shakespearr brand, just received by MERRIFIELD. >* STONE WARE. J UGS, Jala and Milk Crocks, (all sites.) for »ale by £»b24 MERRIFIELD. p ENuVnE French Cork Tapert, tf MM - _ P. MERRIFIELD ha* jnst received from Now Orleans, a fresh supply of articles in e. Call and m for yourselves. jan8 r IBACCO and CIGARS, of the choicest kinds and brands, just received by _ H P. MERRIFIELD. M ountKAgleTripoli, th# pur* artfou H for sale by jan8 H. P. Messifiki.d. S uperior riuN powder, Patent Cap«, am» Lead, just received by H. P. Mtaam*u>. P ine-apple cheese, Maranmi, I Fresh Raisins, Almonds, Brasil Nuta, Ac., just re ceived b y_jan7_ H. P. Mbbsifiyld POWDER HORNS, Shot Belt, and Game B.g» v 1 lust received by jai»s H. P. Maaaremi i S PERM CANDLES« SteT.fo7Sperm Oil, just received by H. P. MERRIFIELD . fbr sale by RJUPIELp. H. Jan8 Pie Print to be found at jnnS and L*rt Bostnn snd Soda.Crerker*, aa<! usually kept by thorn in his liae, VieRRI FIELD'S Next Door to th« Fdst-Offic*.