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Hag of jtye Union.
BOOK AND JOB FfcT2FriNG.
Haying recently mad -statist vs addition a to
large vnictjvf
Itrin onb fmt Sob m
The proprietors of tho
FLAG OF THE UNIO
An now prepared to tuicrutaJkUh nratnea and il
Try 4 ascription of Jobort . such a Olifulers. Bll Ih
Oarl,CaUlozM. Programmes, Shop Bills. Labels, Aurtl.
ad Hand BlUi, .,.
T All work entrusted to as will be peribrraM In the bent
Bi saner ,nnt at reasonsbl e rate.
J6g Orders solicited anil promptly answered.
QMaTiy years since, a distinguished man,
whose eloquence and intellect shod an unfading
lustre upon his name, and who was recognised
as a fearless and high-minded leader of the
Democratic party, boldly declared I bat it was
held together only ty " the cohesive power of
public plunder." At that time the Democratic
party presented to the people a platform of
principles containing tangible and substantial
issues directly involving the great interests of
the whole nation. It advocated a particular
policy in reference to the taut!, the currency,
internal improvements by the General Govern
ment, and the distribution of the proceeds of
the public lauds. Upon all those qneslion it
was then a unit, and held tbo same opinions
North and South, East and If est But as it
was perceived that the Democratic dogHtts in
reference to these subjects were becoming un
popular in this or that or the other locality.
the unity of the party in regard to each and
all of these issues was broken, and now, more
emphatically than when Calhoun uttered the
sentiment, the Democratic party is held togeth
er only by the cohesive power of public plun
der. It has no other opinion or sentiment in
common. Individuals may think as they
please upon every subject of public policy, but
so long as they call themselves Democrats they
are imperatively required to vote for Demo
cratic candidates for office, and so lung as the
public plunder is the prize to be won they will
stand together as a Democratic party, " one
and indivisible." Patriotism is utterly out of
the question. Hie interests 0f the nation are
as dust in the balance compared with a party
triumph, and the lamentable apd disgraceful
spectacle is presented to the C3-es of the people
of a great, political organization without any
distinct and peculiar political opinions, held
together purely by mercenary motives and
controlled by despotism the worst of all
despotisms parly spirit.
When Fernando Wood said to the editor of
the New York Courier and Enquirer, just
previous to the mayorality election in 1 "1
know my party well. Were I to go home
and cut the throat of one of my family, I
should none the less be elected Mayor of
New York next Tuesday by five thousand
majority" he uttered a solemn troth, indica--ting
the extent to which party tyranny had
already l?cn carried by the Democratic leaders
and their reliance solely- upon the precision of
party drill and not upon the intelligence and
freed m of opinion of the people. Andwhec
John Cochrane declared, a few days ago at
Tammany Hall, that, "were Fernando Wood
a devil incarnate, the fact of las selection
as the standard-hearer of his -party is
enough to rally to his support the ranks of
the Democracy, the seutiment was applauded
by the assembled hosts of Democrats and
acknowledged to be soundly Democratic. Are
the Democrats of Kentucky willing to endorse
these sentiments ? Are they such abject
slaves to their party leaders that they dare not
vote in opposition to the candidate of their
party crew if he were a felon, or the devil
himself incarnate ? We ask them in serious
earnestness if such a party, or if any party
avowing -such infamous and despicable subjec
tion to arty tyranny, is fit to select those
who ar either to make or to administer our
laws. The sentiments uttered by Fernando
WvaMM Ju 0m.-fi.azn. nuic ivUTtny OT IHC
lips of ft pirate chieftain who acknowledged
no law qf God or man, but obeys only his own
vile passions and the laws of physical force.
They ar fit to be spoken only of a band of
banditti who have been justly driven out from
all civilized society. Louisville Journal.
De Gentle at home There are few fami
lies, we imagine, anywhere, in which lovo is
not abused as furnishing the license tor im
politeness. A husband, father or brother will
Bpeak harsh words to those he loves best, and
those who love him best, simply because the
tecurity of love and family pride keeps him
from "citing his head broken. It is a shame
that a man will speak more impolitely, at
times, to his wife or sister than he would to
any otlter female, except a low and vicious
one. It is thus that the honest affections of
a man's nature prove to be a weaker protec
tion to a woman in the family circle than the
restraints of society, and that a woman usu
ally is indebted to the kindness aud polite
ness of life to those not belonging to her own
. household. Things ought not so to be. The
man who, becanpc it will not be resented, in
fliets his spleen and bad temper upon tlm e
of his hearthstone, is a small eoward, and a
very me.tn man. Kind words are circulating
mediums between true gentlemen and ladies
at home, and no polish exhibited in society
can atone for the harsh language ai d disre
spectful treatment too often indulged in be
tweep those bound together by God's own
ties of blood, and the i-tili more saerejJ b nds
of conjugal love. Life IMustrated.
A Uniform Currency. This is what
the people of the United States now are most in
need of. Let us have American industry duly
protected, and a national and uniform currency
and all will be well.
If there be one truth, above all others, well
settled in political economy, it is that if wc
would have our nation happy and prosperous, it
will have to be furnished with a sound, national
u n i form currency. It is as essential as uniform
ity is in our standard of weights and measures.
C urrency is the life-blood of the body politic.
Its supply should be equal and uniform.
Every throb of the heart is felt to the utmost
extremities. If the regular flow and pulsation
fail, languor and taintness follow. The pohti
cal empirics have administered dose upon dose,
and tried experiment after experiment, until
the patient is prostrate and helpless, writhing
Z J 1 - f i f r f y
juagouy anu impionng ior renei. rniia
News.
The Senatorship. The Washington
correspondent of the New York Times,
writes to that journal:
Advices from Louisiana indicate that
Senator Benjamin's chances of re-election are
diminishing, for the reason that the Democrats
of the western part of the State insist upon
haying a Senator from among their own
number. 1 his seems but fair, as the eastern
part of Louisiana is in the hands Of the
Americans, and the Democratic character of
the State is due entirely to the West.
Important Actioh. It will be seen by our
report of proceedings, that the House of Rep
resentatives has combinde in one bill provisions
repealing the acts authorizing the Bank of Mo
bile anb the Southern and Northern Banks of
Alabama to issue notes for less than $5, and
prohibiting the circulation within this State of
the notes of banks of other States less than
that denomination'. It has, rlso, by another
bill, restricted the" Free Banks" in the same
manner. Both these bills were yesterday or
dered to be engrossed for a third reading, by
vote indicative of their final passage Mon
6ery Mail.
A CONTRAST.
Who gains by thr, over-importation of
jorcign goods, ana the consequent, over
issue of Bank notes, and the suspension
of specie payments f
The Federal office holders, who. under the
Sub-Treasury system, receive their salaries
in gold and silver, while the general value of
property is reduced one halt.,
The money lenders and usurers, whose gold
and silver is augmented in value in a ratio
corresponding with the depreciation of bank
paper and reduction ot property.
The rich, wha are thus made richer, while
the poor are reduced to still greater poverty
And who loses ft the destruction of cred
it, thus brought, about (ij over importation ?
The farmer, whose farm is reduced in value
one half, and its productions in equal propor
tion The laborer, who is either utterly deprived
of the means of earning his daily bread, or is
compelled to work at about one half the pri
ces received by him before.
These are the fruits of excessive importa
tions, superinduced by a locofoeo free trade
revenue policy, which discriminates in favor
of foreign pauper labor, instead of protecting
American labor. Philadelphia News.
Cov. Wise's Company. The N. O.
Delta, in alluding to the recent letter of
this gent lemau, has the following:
" We would not deliberately charge Gov.
Wise with a malicious and cold-blooded design
to solicit the sympathy and support the pur
poses of the enemies of the. South ; but it is
somewhat singular and perhaps a significant
and ominous circumstance, that for nearly
twelve months the Governor has been the
peculiar pet of such Northernjournalsasthe N.
Y. Herald and the. N. Y. Times which did
as much probably for Black Republicanism
ia the last Presidential campaign, as
i sdl the other Dlack Republican presses
together.
To Road Ovprsee.s. The following arti
cle from the New Code we puhlish for the ben
efit of those whom it may concern:
Of Section No. 4, page 177.
A rt' 3 1 . Every overseer shall on the first
da' of ihc regular springand fall meeting of the
Board of Police, make a true return to the Bord
of t he situation of the road under his charge, the
number of days he has worked on the same, the
number of hands under his charge, the number
of defaulting hands, and the amount of fines
collected, together with the ability of the hands
to keep the mad in repair, and whether there is
a surplus of hands, and on failure to make such
r port , he shall be fined by said Board, not ex
ceeding twenty dollars, to be collected as pro
vided by this act.
J. SHARP,
Anatomical Boot Maker,
Jackson, Mississippi,
IS prepared to do the neatest
and best work to be had in the
State, and guarantees a perfect fit
in every case. Givehini a call at, his shoi
.ppo-
site the North end of the Capitol.
March 18,1857 -tf.
FOB SALE.
THE three story brick buildincr.
corner of State and Tombigbee streets,
part of which is occupied by the Flag
of the Union office, is for sale. For
terms, &c, apply to THOMAS PALM ICR.
August ID, 1857. ..tf.
VACCINE VIRUS,
FRESH from healthy white subjects, can be
he had of DIVINE & HUMPHREYS,
Wholesale aud Retail Drusgists,
May 6th, 1857 S3 tf. Jackson, Miss.
WANTED.
15,000 or 20,000 Pounds
WOOL, WASIIED OR UNWASHED
fo which a liberal price will be pa.id.
Also, 2.000 bushels of Corn.
S. P. BALEY & CO.
GUNS ! 6 U N $7 6 U N Sl
J. FRANKLIN KERB,
SUCCESSOR TO A. S. RUSSELL,
Jackson, IMissiqninpi.
Respectfully announces to
the public that he has purchas
ed the entire stock of
GOODS
AND
TOOLS
of the late A. S. Russell, and is now prepared to
continue the business in all its various branches,
at the old stand, on State Street, near the Vicks
burg aud Jackson Railroad Depot, where he will
be pleased to see his friends and the public gen
erally. All work in his line will be executed
with neatness and warranted for durability.
He has on hand and for sale, a large and excel
lent assortment of the following articles:
45 Double Barrel Shot Guns, from 412 to 495,
30 RiHcH, all sizes, from $18 to $50,
1 Dozen Walking Cane (inns,
Derringer and Self-Cocking Pistols, ,
IJi.wie and Pocket Knives, all siacs and qualies,
A im and splendid lot f Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Shot Belts, Game Bags, Dog Collars,
Do;; Leadea, Whips, and, in fact, every thing
apiw'i-taiinnir to .iportin; apparatus.
lie 13 hi' inmi in aneuu to mucin mi I
ri : i .4...i l e rn
Hangiiiguud the putting up of Lightning Rods,
Keys r itted and Ltocks Itepaired.
February lrf, 1857 ly.
N. B. Soortsmeu mav alwavs find the hestcmnl
it y of powder, shot, gun wadding, caps, &c, by
application to J. P. KKKK.
NEW supply of miscellaneous books this biy
nreived
Nov 7 , '57 J . B. MOR E Y .
JACKSON FOUNDRY
AND
MA CHINE SHOP,
Jackson. Mississippi.
fnlllS establishment is now in successful op
al eration , prepared to execute a 1 1 orders for any
description of Castings usually manufactured in
a Southern Fouudary, together with the greatest
variety of GinGrarino. Also, Hotch kiss Water
Whef.i.. The greatest quantity of Plough Points
and L.and hides always on hand.
The subscriber has just received a
New and Complete set of Machinery.
direct from New Haven, Connecticut, which for
beatify and efficiency is unsurpassed by anything
ever brought south. He is fully prepared to
build steam engines and similar wort, at the
shortest notice.
Saw and Grist Mill work done in the best
manner. Engines and all kinds of Machinery
repaired at the shortest notice.
lie is also sole manufacturer and vendor of
Smith's Patent Corn Shucker and Shelter, for
Hinds county.
PATTERNS made to order for any description
of casting. Persons living in the country, desir
ing information will please address the subscriber
Jan 14, 1857. J. O. STEVENS.
OPENING NEW GOODS.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!!
AT
J. & B. DREYFUS,
No. 4 CHEAPSIDE.
J A R. DREVPOS beg leave to say that
they have removed to No. 4 CHEAPSIDE,
where they will positively sell for
Slin ORLEANS WHOLHSAI P. PRICES.
n. DREYFUS, of the firm of J. A B. DREY
FUSj having removed to New Orleans, where he
will permanently reside for the purpose of pur
chasing goods at the cheapest rates, we can sat
isfy oar customers that they can buy goods at
Our House cheaper than elsewhere.
Arrangements nave been made ny wnicn we
shall receive goods twice a week, the year 'round,
among winch will be found a complete assort
ment of
STAPLE AHD PAHCT DRY GOODS;
Gentlemen's and Children's
Clothlne, Boots, and Shoes, Ac.
We have on hand, and are constantly receiving,
a very large assortment of Embroideries, to which
we invite the attention of the Ladies.
O We consider it no trouble to show goods
Call and see that the above is no humbug.
TKKJHB UAHH.
Jackson, November 5, 1856. 48 tf.
TTTTNDOW GLASS. A
large su
Mis
IT just received by
I B. MO
DRUGGISTS, &c.
A CARD.
IN addition to our usual stock, we aro now
receiving large supplies of Drugs, Chemical,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Sash,
Glass, Putty, Perfumery, Stationery and Books,
&c.,&c. ; anil as wc have procured the assistance
of competent Drugists, we can assure the public
that we are fully prepared to furnish them the pur
est articles at as low prices as any southern house.
J. , HIjbK.
-Jackson, March a&tfa, I857.--17 tf.
Lime! Lime!!'
VTTE offer at Jnwcst prices,
Tf 100 BAHREIN OF 1,1 ME.
J. S. SIZER.
Jackson, March 85th,1857. 17 tf.
Varnishes, Oil, Turpentine, &c.
1 Barrel best Coaoh Varnish;
1 Barrel best Copal Varnish ;
1 Barrel best Demar Varnish ;
10 Barrels Linseed Oil;
4 Barrels Turpentine:
White Lead, Bed Lead. Chromes in Oil, and
other Paints in large quantities. J. S. SIZER.
Jackson, March Sack, 1857. 17 tf.
Window Sash and Glass.
j. a aizER.
Jackson, March 35th, lRf.7. 17 If.
To Families and Housekeeper.
Sf'p"'!firr, or Concentrated Lye.
WARRANTED to make Soap without Lima,
and with lillle trouble. Directions on eaeh Can
For sale by J. t. SIZES
1 Can makes barrel sonp.
ALSO
1000 lbs. Potash in 10 lb. Cans. J. S. SIZER
Fob. 23, 1857.
NOTICE! NOTICE!!
THE most valuable and useful variety o
Self-Syringes I have ever seen, can now be found
at Ur. Risers I'rug and Hook btore, winch fact, 1
take pleasure in announcing to many friends.
Respectfully,
May5,'5G-tf THOMAS J. HOLMES.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES;
Q Stationery, &c, &c, &c.
WEAKENOW IN RECEIPT OF, AN I)
VV have opened, the best selected stock of
Uncos, Mr.nieiNF.s, ummtU, fcr ationf.ry, Fer
fumkry, axo Fancy Articles, ever brought to this
City. Our Medicines we know to be fresh and
good; as every article we have in the house, has
been laid in within the last year. That, we can
give satisfaction in price and quality, we are sat
isfied.
I1J' We have just, returned from the North, whew
every article has been selected hy ourselves.
11 TGive us a call and wc guarantee satisfaction
Our stock consist;; in part of the following, viz :
KM) OR. Sul. Quinine;
f " Val. "
10 " Sul. Morphine;
5 " Acetate "
3 " Muriate "
5 " Val. "
12 " " Tannato Iron;
6 " Valerianate "
5 " Phosphate "
5 " Iodide "
5 " Citrate "
2 lb Hyd. Perox. f
5 " Phosph. Lime;
100 " Chloride "
6 oz. Fero't Quinine;
5 " Citrate -
2 " Cyan. Mercury;
4 " Protoiodide"
2 " Bromide "
2 " Cyanide "
2 " Bromide Potash
5 ft. Iodide "
5 " Acetate "
5 " Pure Iodine;
2 oz. Chloride (told;
6 " Salacine;
4 u Strychnine;
8 " Iodide Iron;
2 " ' Arsenic;
2 " N Siver;
2 " " Lead;
1 ft Denar'd Opium;
5 " Nitrate Silver;
12 oz. Pipcrin;
Stationery.
Bl'k Books, Letter, Cap
ISI1I, Keeonl, 1'ancy
JNote, Lawyer s Uriel
and' Blotting Paper;
Ink Blue, Black, Red
and Indelible;
Wafers Common, and
Official;
Sleel Pens, Pen Holders,
Gold Pens, with silver
cases; Load Pencils,
Quills, Inkstands of
all sorts and sizes;
Perfumery.
Extracts Jockey Glob,
maynower, vioiet.
Cologne in fancy bot
ties;
Essential Oils of Berga
mot, Lemon, Rose, Ac,
And a great variety of
articles too numerous
to mention.
Fancy Articles.
fi. -iu D.iin, wniie and
Pink; Pink baucers,
Lilly Wlut, Meen
Fun, Toilet Powder,
1 ooth Powder, ac.
Ilairand Clothes Brush
cs, lonei auu fine
2 " ErgOHne;
2 " Veratria;
2 " Elalerium;
2 lb Black Sulphate
Mercury;
25 " Calomel;
25 " Blue Mass;
It) oz. Tannin;
2bbls. Castor Oil;
2 " Linseed i
2 " Spts.Turpent'c;
1 " Copal Varnish;
1 " Japan "
1 " Bl'k Leath. "
Surgical lustrumcuts.
Forceps, Lancets, Phys
ician's Pocket Cases,
AC, AC, AC.
Male, Female, and
Womb Syringes.
Brandies, Wiues, Scc.
2 Casks Brandy;
2 Bbls. Whiskey;
Tooth Comb.
Ladies Needle Books,
Port Monaies, Purses,
and ruir Boxes.
Gentlemen's Cigar Cas
es, rocket Books, and
Poeket Cmnbs.
Fine Razors and Razor
Strops, Fine Pocket
Knives, Gentlemen's
Travelling Writing
Desks, Portfolios, and
Scrap Books.
Assorted Gum Drops,
Chewing Gum, Jujube
Paste, and Fig Paste.
Tobacco.
Chewing Tobacco of a
superior quality.
SeafaHata Turk. Smok
ing Tobacco.
Pocahontas Smoking
Tobacco.
Genuine Havana Cigars.
For the Ladies.
Persian Balm.
Wood's Hair Restora
tive. Hair Oils.'AC, Ad., ac.
Glass.
Tincture, Specie, and
Patent Fruit Jars.
Pipe Gin;
2 Bbls. Mad
2 " Port
Wine;
2 " Alcohol;
6 Doz. Rudkin's Orig
inal Ginger Wine;
2 Gross Congress Wa
ter, direct from the
Springs;
2 Gross Hostetter's Bit
ters; 2 Dozen Swaim's Pana
cea. Also, a full supply of
all the popular Patent
Medicines of the day.
I J" All of which are to be had cheap for cash,
or on the usual time to punctual customers.
U" At the new Drug Store of
E. P. RUSSELL.
Jackson, April 15th, 1856 20 tf.
"The Best in the World."
2 Bbls. Rye Whiskey, (8 vearsold;)
Cask Sup. Otard Brandy;
2 Dozen Dew Drop Whiskey;
Just received and ior sale at the Drug Store of
June I, E. P. RUSSELL.
Matting! Hatting!!
LARGE assortment 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 wide,
white and checks, just received and for sale
low by GEORGE FEARN & CO.
Jackson, April 29th, 1857. 22 tf.
CHARLES DUDLEY,
UNDERTAKER,
Jackson, Mississippi.
CRANE'S PATENT
Metallic Burial Casket.
HAVING become the exclusive agent for
the sale of the above beautiful and nomilar
"Casket," in the counties of Hinds and Rankin,
and having greatly increased my facilities in the"
above business. I am nrenarcd to fill, promptly.
aH orders in City and country in the very best
possible style. There is nothing in use so en
tirely chaste, appropriate, and withal so conven
ient as the "Casket.' Also, "Agent for
FISKS METALLIC COFFIN
Which, together with every variety of Wood Cof
fins, makes my arrangements complete in any
branch of undertaking.
Will attend to'funerals in any part of Hinds
and Rankin counties.
Samples of the "Casket" may be seen at my
shop, and also at J. C. Carpenter's Ware rooms.
Terms Cash or city acceptance.
CHARLES DUDLEY, Agent.
Jackson, January 28, 1 '
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
VICKSBURG, MISS.
This establishment is now under the direction of
IN MAN WILLIAMS-& 00.
Charges in accordance with the times.
March 8, 1856.. 1-tf.
1 1 '
Musical Instruction.
s Piano Forte and Singing,
By Mus.G. A.SMYTHE.
Residence in Congress st., nearly opposite J no.
T.HulJ. MareB 5,7,
PROFESS PNAL CARDS
Drs. CABANISS & BUCK-
S. A. B. CABANISS ft R. L. BUCK
having formed a copartnership in the prac
tise of Medicine, oiler their services lo the citi
zens of Jackson and vicinity.
UTOrKco su Capital street, nearly oposite the
Pok-Oflicc.
Jaikson, April 29th, 1857. 22 tf.
DR. M.S. ORAJFTr
T $ row alhomo prepared to rcsumcilicpracticeoi
Medicine and surgery,
li ice August, 1853, ho has been abroad giving
Opea live Surgery hi special attention, and for sucb
prafHee, has supplied himsel f wilh the beat Jnatro-
and Apparatus in use
aula persons at a distance desire bis attention
or advice, thejr canconsult eithcrin person or by
lettn .at this place.
QZT Office over Whiting Sr Kausler's.
ifyj 12, I85l..23-tf. '
MEDICAL CARD.
TU. GEORGE W. RUSSELL, (for the
J taut 12 years, a resident practitioner of
Yai0 county,; Bating locaieu permaneuuy iu
thijtplacc, otters his professional services to the
cililtnsof Jackson and vicinity. When not pro
fessjtiiially engaged, he may be found at his office
over .he clothing store of S. Lemly, or at his
residence on President street, the hou.se formerly
occupied by II. B. Sizer.
My 30, 1855. tf.
r Dr; w w divide
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Jacksou- and vicinity. When
not irofessionally engaged, he niny be found at
bi : ice over C. A. Moore's Drug Store.
December 13. ly.
COP A RTNERSHI P.
m. a. russkix.
M . W. BOTD.
DRS. RUSSELL & BOY 1 having associ
t'il themselves, will practice medicine and
surgery together. In all cases the services of both
can yf'n.iu without additional charge. Each can
be I'.rjftja t 4is old office.
Jackson, January I, 1- !".
GQBGE L. POTTER.
ATTORNEY & COWMSELLOK AT LAW,
AND
SOLICITOR I N CHANCERY,
April 27, 1849. 1 7-tf Jackson , Miss.
J. F. F0UTE.
ATTCllMKY AT LAW,
ah n
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Jackson. Miss,,
WILL practicei n a! 1 1 he conrth holdea in thhl
cilr,aiifi in llicCire.inlCourlBol MttdUoaaMl
aankinaoui'tien.ana the Circuilsiut HrobatcCoui ts
of Hin!s county.
WJ...k G. P. Fot?TKwi!l ittend thcSouthern
ditrictChanccryCoiirt'at MoBticello, aq the Cir
cuit Courts of Lawrence, Covington and Simpson
count if .
ft4T"Onicei npenjrler'sRnw,Cspitplitreot, three
Joorsbe "w1iiePot()ir,oc.
Jack.on, Dec. 5, 1851. Mf
LAW NOTICE.
ILLTAM YKROKlt has resumed the practice
of the law. tin has formed a copartnership
n ... I ...Ml I 1 j
:-t JBiu'l l . KOCXS, r.r.. I ney win .menu iu an
Uu8inefi5 entrusted to then in thc Courtiin ,Tackon.
Mr. Rucks will also attead the courlsin Raymond
andin t'"- adjoininscounlies.
Dec, f ', 1853.
JOHN . KRKKSHt. L. V. DIXON.
FREEMAN & DIXON,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
HAVISG associated themselves in the practice
of Law, will give prompt attMtioa toall busi
nessenliasled to theircliargc in the Ibgn Court o
Errors ad Appeals, the Soperior Court of Chancery,
Ihe United States Circuit ami Dislri"t Courts, and the
Circaitad Probate Courts ot Hinds, Rankin, aiidthe
adjeifiinj: counlies.
They viiilalso prosecutePension, Land and other
claimPTtciinsUlie Km! era Uiovcrnnifnt at Washington
IMJ' Ofice, on Knglnliard's corner, opposite the
tapuo.Jackso.MiM.
J.ickso,. , Miss., Jan. 6, 1 854, 6-ly
6EO. 9. TERtiF.R. F. AXOEIiSON.
YERGER & ANDERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. JACKSON, ML,
WILL practice in the Federal and State
Courtu in Jackson, and in the Circuit and Probate
Courts of adjacent counties sept7-ly.
H. i. shall. a, r. rooTE.
H1.1. A. FOfTTK,
ATTN R N t: Y S AT LA W,
HKWrnif'.. . ;, TENNES8XE.
VV I LLtpmoUoc iii tio Courts of "J'unlca,
Cothore.t, BeSoto anl IVinola, Mississippi.
Feb. 1, 1355.
l II'. i B. MAVK3,
MAYES & MAYES,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, and
Solid tors in Chancery,
WILL sJve their joint attention toall busi
ness entrusted to them, hi the Vice Chancery and
Circuit Court' tti Vazoo countv, the (Circuit and
Probate knrta of Madison county, and the seve
ral coarUftt Jackson.
Address L. MAYRS, Jackson, Miss.
K. B. MAY RS, Yazoo City, Miss.
Anp. 2fi. 1854.-1
G. W. H. SMITH,
Attorney at Law,
iervevor and Land Asrent.
WILL attend to any Land interest enfrnst-
ed to his eare in the river counties, aliove Vicks-
burg, esnsially in selecting and locatwg, buy
ing and ailing lands in the Mississippi Valley.
Hi Adiress, Jackson, Miesisaippi.
tlwlHo.t, Miss., Aug. 18, 15G.
DENTAL NOTICE.
DK. liJVA Fl'lms removed Ins oiliee to bis
resiilfnce, one square North of theCaiiitol,
and uearly opposi'e the iew Hotel,
where heMnay bo tound at all times
ready to attend to those who desire
Dental operations perlormetl in t lie moht skilltul
manlier.
Local Anasthesia or Painless
Extraction of the Teeth!!!
Da. KNAPPis now prepared with the necessa
ry Appaintus for Local Anasthesia, hy which
meana l iyth and Koots may Ije extracted without
pain, and without the slightest danger or incon-
veiuencelo the jial nut.
Jacksot, rway ao, l;7 tf.
DENTAL CARD.
FllON various misrepresenta
tion!! made by some of our
professional brethren in regard to
the "Allrn Continuous Gum Teeth." (that the
gum willscale off and will net answer as well as
the old style of work,) wo feel called upon in
ustice to&ursclves and patients, to say that-we
will, afteia trial of Mr Allen's manufacture of
Teeth, either in full or Bart sets, if thev do not
think thdra superior to the old style of Teeth in
regard tojwauty, natural appearance, cleanliness
and durability, insert with pleasure-a case on the
old plan fme of charge.
We feel guaranteed in statin? this, as we have
been maojiactiiritiir the" Allen ContinuousGum,"
for nearljrtwoyears,and not a single case baa been
returned, 4ther for repairs or from dissatisfaction.
In theUnguage of an old practitioner and pro
fessor of Operative Dentistry in the Baltimore
College ofc Dental Surgery: "To draw a compari
son between simple Teeth and Allen's Continu
ous Gum,is indeed a loss of time, and is in fact
behind thi age." .We will continue to attend to
all calls i the county and adjoining towns apper
taining teihe practice of dentistry.
D. R. & D. S". LEMMAN.
JacksoniFeb.23, 1855 tf.
Virgink and Maryland Negroes
FOR SALE.
Rmovml frvm Esplanade Street.
WALTER L. CAMPBELL
Has purclHsed kNos." 71 and 73 Baronne street,
where list weill be found early in the fall with a
large lot!4F Virginia and Maryland Negroes for
sale. Hels preparing ample and healthy quar
ters for t increased business lie intends con
ducting fife coming season. The new location is
between (iavierand Common, on Baronne street,
which is me second street due west from the St.
Charles Itel, and is conveaient to all the mer
chants aiii hotels.
WALTER L. CAMPBELL,
Nos. 71 and 73 Baronne street.
between Gravier and Common.
Aug. 19857. .ly. Picayune.
SFECI A L NOTICE.
JUST OPENED AT MRS. DUDLEY'S,
(nearly opposite the Mansion House,) a large
and rich assortment of Dress Bonnet in attn
Velvet aud Plush, likewise Straw and Hair rai I
of the latest aiul most Fashionable styles, also
Feathers, Flowers and Ribbons in great variety
Dress Trfwmings, Swans-Down, Corsets nd
Children's Hats. The latest Patterns in Drees
Making received every mounth,
October 15, 16 4-tf.
BUSINESS CARDS.
SAMUEL BABEETT,
COTTON FACTOR
AND
General Commission Merchant,
No. 59 Common Street,
july 8, '57. New Orleans.
JAMES NORTON.
A. W. ATRIS.
RAKIIL MORGAN
JAMES NORTON A CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND ,
Commission Merchants,
12 New Levee and 12 Tchoupitoulas Street,
April 22, 1857. New Orleans.
IR
Adams .J. A. Horne.
ADAMS & HORNE,
BANKERS, JACKSON, MTSS.
I7XCHANGE furnished on tfew Fork,
J and the principal cities of the United States.
Collections made at current rales of Exchauge
Wirt Aam Jambs Roach.
WIRT ADAMS & Co.,
BANKERS, VIC US BURG, MTSS.
J?XCfIAiN(JK on Liverpool, New York,
J and the principal cities of the United St ates.
Fronipt attention given to collectioBH, and pro
ceeds remitted, at current rates of Exchange.
Feb. 15, 1855.-ly.
EDMUND WHALEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NextdoortoTho. Whalev'sold stand, Mulbery-st.
VICKSBtJRG, M ics.
AGENT FOR
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
NtW ORLEANS
TS prepared to make Liberal Cash Ad
vances on Cotton shipped to the above firm.
Keeps on hand full supplies of Bafqriug, Rope,
4-c. October 1, 1855-ly
1. i. GREEN, B. CRUMP, D. GREEX,
New Orleans. New Orleans. Vicksburg
GREEN ft CRUMP,
C10TTON FACTORS AND COMMTS
sion Merchants, 1 19 Gravier street, New Or
leans.
DUFF GREEN &CO., VICKSBTJRG,
Grocers and Commission Merchants, will furnish
supplies and make liberal cash advances on con
gignments to the above firm. sept. 3d. tf.
COLEMAN, rilTNAM dt Co"
COTTON FACTORS
AND
Commission Merchants
NEW ORLEANS, l.a.
Wm. J. Britton, Madison co., Mi.f
Wh. T. Withers, Jackson, Mi.,
Loyd R. Coi.kman, VicksLurg, Mi.,
Jno. M. Putnam, (lata of Ream & Putnam1
Jackson, Mi.,) N O., La.
WILL open an office about first of July next.
All orders for Plantation supplies, Slc, addressed
to ns in New Orleans, or L. R. Coleman, Vicks
burg, will receive prompt attention from and after
tins date. lwarcii ioju. ly.
CHARLES E. SMEDES & Co.7
(Successors to Sniedes, Hampton f Co.)
C COMMISSION Merchants and Dealers in
J Produce and tiroceries, Vieksburg, Miss.
Agents for Gko. Smedes & Co., New Orleans,
La. may 3,5G-tf.
M. H.
dosson. w. o. l. m rae.
M. H. DOSSON & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
General Commission Merchants,
No. I, Union street, New Orleans.
July 9, 1H5& ly.
THORNHILL & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
Commission Merchants,
No. 43 Union Street, New Orleans,, l.a
John Thornh.ll, New 0rlMn
G. H. Chaplain,
Eumcnd Richaroson, Brandon, Miss.
7E will fnrrii.sb Plantation Supplies, Bag-
trine, Hope, &e. . antl attend closely to ail
sh
ipments of Cotton intended lor tneaoove House
WM. McCUTCHKON & Co..
July ft,'5(i-ly. Vickxburg, Miss.
H. HILZHEIM,
Agent roit Oakkv & Hawkins,
Cotton Factors,
New Orleans, l.a.
IS prepared to make liberal cash advances
on Cotton shipped to the above firm. Keeps
on hand a full supply of Bagging and Rope, aud
all kinds of plantation supplies.
Jackson, June 10, 185G tf.
L. H. DUNCAN.
d. W. LOGAN, JR. I
DUNCAN & LOGAN,
SUCCESSORS TO
RAWLINS, DUNCAN & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
A W D
Commission Merenanta,
61 Carondei.et St.
Jul. 1756. 34-ly Mew Orleans.
General Commission Business.
WEIGHING J1ND STORING COTTON.
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
COTTON, MERCHANDIZE, &c.
THE undersigned would respectfully y to
his friends and the conuwwHity generally, that he
still continues the above business. He has large
Warehouses for stori'iiur both cotton and mer-
chaudize. All business mtrusled to his care will
meet with prompt attention. His Cotton Ware-
room is near the Vicksburg and Jaekson Railroad
Depot. o. V. is A 1 . 1. 1 .
Jackson, Aug. 22, 1855
PAYNE & HARRISON,
COTTON FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 1'? CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
L.C Moore, tf" Co. Agents, Vricksburg, miss.
I.L make advances in Cash, ond turnih Sup
n ies, on Cotton consigned lotheabovellousc
.luly lb, 1S2. 30
MIXEADAM & Co.,"
COTTON FACTORS
AND
Commission Merchants,
No. 40, Union St., New Orleans, La.
Mr. Wm. R. Ldcktt, Canton, Miss.,
Col. Wm. Hardkman, Jackson,
Messrs. Cobb & Manlovb, Vieksburg, "
Will receive and forward Cotton and furriiO
Plantation supplies to the customers of the abov
house.
AH orders seat to the house at New Orlea
promptly attended to. ,
Augusta, 18Jb.
R. H.SMITH. JAB. THARr
SMITH fe THARP,
Produce and Commission
Vieksburg; Mississippi.
AGENTS FOR
Messrs. McDOWELL, MILTJS & Co,
COTTON FACTORS,
Apl 10,56 New Orleans, la.
Wm. H. STEVENS & Co.,
Keep a large stock" of
Fashionable Ready-Made Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet-Bags, India Rubber Goods.
O Also, a large stock of YOUTH'S and
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, which they offer at
low prices. WM. H.STEVENS A Co.,
Jnne 10,'56. Washington at., Vieksburg.
HENRY MAYSON,
Barber and Fancy Hair Dresser,
No. 4 Capital Street, Jackson, Miss.
CITIZENS and strangers visiting the eity,
J wishing an easy shave, and their hair cut in TTTK TAKE pleasure in calling the atten
the latest style, or their head champooned, are re- yfj tion of tlie public to our aasortment of
smeetfully invited to eive us a call at our Sharing
Saloon, where they can have their several wants
attended to by the best Barbers, ami m.tne most
sauafactory inanney. .
respectfully informs bis numerous patrons that
hereafter his establishment will be closed on the
Lord's Day.
Jackson, February 18th, 1857. 12 tf
AT
H. E. SIZER CARRIAGE DEPOT,
jMldou, Mississippi,
A splendid assortmentof the very latest styles ana
MMb-M.S ... 1
improvements, comprising a tiurauem variety oi
Carnages, L.anaaus,
Rockawavr, Buggies,
onrl articloa ftr Curriflcre Trimiriinir. All Wnr
ranted. Novembers), 1H55.
Iron Axle Wagons.
JUST to band a large lot of two, four and
six horse wagons best Workmanship-for
sale low. H. K. SIZKK.
July 7th, 1?57.
COACH-MAKING, REPAIRING, Etc
Q II. MONROE would res-
k5 rvectiullv inform the citizens
of Jackson and vicinity that he has
established himself in the alio ve business on Pas
caeoula street, where he is prepnjedto execute all
orders entrusted to him with neatness, durability
aud despatch.
BLACK8MITIIING of all kinds done in the
best style, and in the promptest manner.
Jacksou, Jan. a, iw:t 11.
Tools of every Description.
AXFJS, Broad, Hand and Chopping ;
HATCHETS, Shingling and Lathing;
Cif ISBI'M, Firmers and Mortice all sizes j
AlJCi BstS, BestC.S. and common) to nch ;
BRACE, and Bitts, bittaeztra;
SAW's, Hand, Pannol,Compa-, Men(,Brs. Back
and X Cut :
HAMMERS Carpenters, Trimmers Tack, Shoe
and Hand ;
FILES, Taper, and Mill Saw, Flat and round
Bastard ;
PLANES, Jointer, Fore Jack, Smooth Sash,
Pump and Moulding;
WRENCHES, Monkey, Tube ai.d Bed ;
PAYERS, Cutting, Flat and Round nose ;
The above goods as well as a great many others
can be found at No. 3, Cheap Side, and at prices
reasonable. WIHTIiNG It KAUSLER.
oct 29 tf
New Hardware and Cntlery.
WHITINCi & KAUSIjKR are now noeiv
insr the largest and best selected stock of
Hardware and Cutlery ever offered forsale in this
market. Consisting in part of the following
goods :
liOCKS, a great variety,
Rim, Mortice,
Store Door, Front Door,
French, Slate,
Till, Chest,
Pad, Cupboard,
RT7TTS, Wrought and Cast, Brass and Iron all
Sizes ;
CHAINS, Trace, Oog, Well, Lock and Drawing ;
HI NOES, WiolicJtt and Cast, for Gates,
Blinds, &c. ;
CUTLERY, Table anil Dessert Knives and
Forks ;
Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors ;
oct 29 tf WHITING & KAUSLER.
TO SPORTSMEN.
A Few fine Double Barrel Guns, Powder
Flasks, Shot Pouches, Travelling Compan
ions, Shot, Powder, Lead, Caps, and a variety of
other things in this line.
WHITING & KAUSLER.
October 29, 1856. 48. tf.
Shovels and Spades.
1f DOZ. A MEM Shovels anil Spades ;
O Forsale by WHITING & KAUSLER.
October 29, 1856 48 tf.
SAUSAGES.
I)TIGGLES', and other patents, a variety
A; of sizes of Meat Cutters, at
WHITING & KAUSLER S
October 29, 1856 48 tf.
2
Nails I Nails ! ! Nails ! ! !
I (f KECS nnsT If AILS. Also Horse
I vilr Shoe aud Wrought, at
WHITING & KAUSLER'S.
October 29, 1856. 48 tf.
China, Glass, and Granite.
WE are just in receipt of a magnificent stock
of China, Glass and Granite Wash.
CHIN A, from plain white to the finest decorated ;
GIjAMM, plain pressed to the purest cut;
GRANITE, the largest and best stock ever on
hand.
We invite a cal from all persons wishing to
purchase. The quality of the articles good and
prices low. WHITING & KAUSLER.
October -, isoo. o 11.
Bass, a U
Han
BRANPftKS, WINES, cCe. -
BRAlfIIES; Extra Fine and Common.
WHISKEY; Old Bourbon and Monongahela.
GIN; Old Holland and Common.
RIJMt Old Jamaica.
BRANDY; Old Peach, the best.
WINES; Old South-Side Madeira.
" Sicily do for cooking.
Pale Skerry, Gordon, &.c.
" Pprt, Dry and Pure Juice.
" Malaga.
CIDER ; Champaene Cider, c.
Al the best to be had by the gallon or cask, at
WHITJNli & KAUSLKK'S.
October 29, 1 856.-56. tf.
Shumack & Smith's Gin Stands.
This celebrated Improved Gin Stand can be
Been at the store, and for sal by
June 14tf H. HILZHEIM
CONGRESS WATER.
gross pijrs congress water,
freh rnm tWSpring. For sale by
E. P. RUSSELL.
Jackson, November 5, 1836. 49 tf.
CHAMPAGNE.
CA Baskets Champagne, Quarts and Pints, of
t )J the brands M Pi earn Heid8ck." and favorite
DBMoT,"at WHITING KAUSLER'S.
October 89, 1 856.-T-48 .
Patent Fruit Jars.
p.fent Fruit Jars. Thnaa wiahin to nurehsa
win do W9n to ji E p. Rossbll's New
Brag Store.
Jackson, July 98th '57 tf.
7TO CURE NO PV-iM9B'.AgueaBdFe
JLI ver Mixture, sold wholesale and Retail, by the
Proprietors, D TV INI f HUMPHREYS,
.scksoajsept 17, 1800.
i
"" ''I i ij i ii i iKiiiiii fmmmmmgm
Spring and Summer Goods
1857.
A. VIRDEN & CO.,
HAVING received their reoont Spring
purchases, can now offer to their coatoiMrs
and buyers generally, the moat desirable and at
tractive stock of roods that they ever exhibited
in this market. Their stock of Dress Goods em
brace all of the novelties of the season.
Eleirtnt Tissue, Grcnadcn and Berage Robes ;
Orirandie. Jaconet and Muslin Robes :
Crape Oriental, a new ai.d beautiful article for
Ladies and Misses Dresses ;
Organdie, Jaconet and Linen Lawns, new designs ;
Small Figured Muslins and Brilliants ;
Swiss, Jaconet, Cambiic and India Mulls ;
Plaid and Striped Nainsook and Cambric Mus
lin, undressed ;
Tarlfons, rcnl Swiss, and 9-4 Fr?ncfc Muslin, a
new article ;
Valencia Lae Sclis, 45fes Collars and Sleeves
separate ;
French Embroidered Setts, in Swiss end Jaconet
Embroidered L. C. Handkerchiefs, new styles j
Hein-stiched and Plain L. C. Handkerchiefs ,
Sat in Damask, Table Cloths, in pieces and Clotks;
t..., ..ii:,... v.. ..i ;,, i; ' ., o .. t ; ... ,. c .. .
j trnwiiiu, , . I " ujui. ui ly lull' u , . - ,
10-1, 1 1-4 and 12-4 Linen Sheetings ;
10-4, 11-4 and I'M Bleached snd Unbleached
Sheetings ;
Ladies, Children and Mioses Shoes;
Gentlemen's Fine Boots and Shoes ;
Women's and Men's Brogans:
Jackson, April :29th, 18i7. 22 tf.
Produce, Groceries, &c, &c, &c.
JUST JtKCKIVED
100 Barrels and '.; barrels Daxtef Whi-key ;
ISO Boxes and bows Star and Sperm Candlir. ;
230 Barrels Saint Louis Flour ;
.'10 Bales India Baging ;
30 Barrels Mess Pork ; 150 Kegs Nails ;
20 Oaaks Clear Sides ; 150 Boxes Tehaeco ;
5 Casks Sugar ;
50 Sacka Bio and Java Coffee ;
10 ric-ce Dufheld's Sugnr Cared Hums ;
5 C.ii !. - Plain Hams and Shoulders :
1(1 Barrels Lard Ooil ;
20 Cases Bussi it's Brog.ins ;
StNCases Men's and Women's Shoes and Boots ;
20 Cases Hats, of every description ;
50 Bnles Lowel Litiseys and Jeans ;
10 Bales Striped and Checkered LoVets
30 Dosea Buckets, of every variety.
A complete stock of Hardware Cutlery, Ac
always on hand. A. VIRDEN t" CO. '
Jackson, April 29th, 1 857.-22 tf.
Glotbing and Furnishing Goods.
A Compete stock of Clothing and Fern
ishingGood. A. VIRDEN 4 CO
Jackson, April 29th, 1P57 22 tf.
PATEiVTlifEDICINKR
17 RUSH "PATENT MEIUCINES," ge
erally and eepeefilljr, at the variety store o f
ov. ia, icsae, w tf.
J. B. MOREY.
Groceries! Groceries!!
WHlTlJMGife KAUSLER
HAVE just received a full stork of fanev Gro
ceries, among whieh are the follow in
Almonds,
Fillierts,
Zante Currants,
Sultana Hatpins,
Canton (linger,
Dried Citron,
Cocoa,
Cox Gelatine,
Extract Letton,
n " Venilla,
" Ciliiirnnon,
" Nutmeg,
Split Peas for Soup,
Pepper,
Cinnamon,
Nutmegs,
Soda Crackers,
Egg "
Water "
(how ClM
Prunes,
Chocojate,
Shred Sheet Isin-l:i- l,
Extract Rose,
Almond,
Celery,
" Cochineal,
Worcester Sauce,
AUepiee,
Cloves,
Mace,
Butter Crackers,
Lemon "
Champ. Cider,
Olives,
Capers,
I7i- 1 1 Ti o.. I,.,..,. 1 . 1.' , ,
Liu. mi miu ooNiers, lick leg I
d Pre-
serves, e, c, &c.
oct2!-tr. WHPnyQft KAUSLER.
ELBE R T M URRE L L ,
nr.AT.vn nt
ITOTTFE FURNISfllSQ GOODS,
Opposite (he Capitol, in the House formerly 'occu
pied by A. Firden $ Co.
BRUSHES, Brooms, Wood and Willow
Ware, Tin and Jnnnnned tt'nm r.il.-
Lamps, Lanterns, Ac. Cords and Lines Hritani.ia
Ware, Planished Ware, French pots, Turned Ir.oi
do., Mnsilia preserve kettles, Fisl. kettles, Tia
ned iron lea kettles, Iron table and tea spoona.
uasimp spoons, J-iesh forks, Skimmers aud La
dles, Sauce and Fry pans, Shovels and 1 ng,
Fire pokrrs and irons, Cake turners, Bm iMaten.
Cork scn-s, Sad irons and stands. IVwi. t f -sets,
Molasses Gates together with a great vari
ety of nrticWtoo namoroaa to mention.
Stoves and hollow ware, Ranges and nratt
Warm air furnaces. I also ke p a large anpplj o
Tin plate .Copper, Sheet iron, Wire and Ri , 1,
Tin, Block tin, Lead, Ac.
Bathing Apparatus, ,,f f.verv description, wa
ter coolers, ice cream freezers, new style.
Till Ware, a large quantity at wholesale, of t la
best quality.
Tin work, of every description, done at short
notice. Particular attention paid to roofing houses
with tin, copper or galvanized iron. Tin gutter
ing and piping made and put up at short notice.
Tin work doncin country at same priceas in town.
Jackson, June 22, 1855 29-tf
OPEN AGAIN.
TE UN DERSIGN EI, have resumed bus
iness again, in Jackson, at their old sUnd
opposite the Depot, and in Vieksburjb in the cor
ner store formerly occupied by J. M. Vr.aNON,
and will koo j a formerly a geiu-rnl assortment of
Western Produce, together with all kinds of fam
ily Groceries, which we are now receiving and
opening, and which wo would respectfully call
the attention of our friends and the public gener
ally, feeling confident that our prices, ns well as
articles, will prove satisfactory to every house
keeper. Our stock is entirely fresh and carefullv
selected by onr Mr. Riley in person. We shall
adopt tile quick sale and small profit system re
Iviug upon the nimble dime. Feeling this to lie
the true and only safe method of business, we
shall act upon our convictions and experience;
and assure our customers that they will find it to
their, ns well as our advantage, to Voy for CASH.
Our old friend, John McAnlis, will be always on
hand to wait on old customers and now ones too.
RILEY & BALEY, I S P. BALLY St CO.
VicKRBtTRo. I Jackson
Jackson, December 17th, 1856. 3 tf.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
PHILADELPHIA.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
TO all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases,
such as Spermatorrhea. Seminal Weak-no.
Impotence, Gonnorrluea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice
of Onanism, or St-Jf-Abuse, &c, &c.
The Howard Association, in riew of the awful
destruction of human life, caused bv Sexual dis
eases, and the deceptions practised upon the un
fortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks,
have directed.their consulting Surgeon, as a char
itable act worthy of their name, to give medical
advice gratis, toall persons thus afflicted, who
apply by letter, -with a description of their eon
dilion, (age, occupation, habits of life, fcc.,) and
in cases of extreme noverf ami auflhpin ...-
j fffsTj md:eiitw frier of charge.
1 ue nowara Association is a benevolent In
stitution, established by special endowment, for
the relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with
Virulent and Epidemic diseases." It has now
a surplus of means, which the Directors have
voted to expend in advertising the above notice.
It is needless to add that the Association com
mands the highest Medical skill of the aw, and
will furnish the most approved modern treatment
Just published, by the Association, a report
on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, tho
vice of Onanism, Masturbation or -Self-Abuse
other discuses of the Sexual organs, by the Con
sulting Surgeon, which will be sent by mail, (in
a sealed envelope.) free of charge, on receipt o f
two stomps for postage.
Address, Dr. Geo. R. Calhoun, Consulting
Surgeon, Howard Association, No 2 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Direct
ors. EZRA D. HE ARTW ELL, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary.
Great Attraction!!
Fresh Books .' Late Novels !
Fine Stationery .' Siir Forks .'
Colt's improved Pistols .' Silver Spoons .'
Juat received by J. B. MORET
- Jackson, August 19, 1857.
NOTICE. I have placed my booka and
accounts in the hand of Jambs D. Stxwast
Esq., and urgently request all persons indebted
to me to call on him and close their accounts at
once. Those having claims against me will
please present them to Mr. Stewart, who will be
found at my office. A. B. CABANISS
July 15, 1857. .33-tf.
Gold Fens.'
9 dos. Morton's Short nib Gold Pen.
3 Long
15 do. Superior Gold Pens from the best .
kers, at MOREY'S,
Jackson, April 15th, 1857 ,3Q-f,

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