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. "Wilkinson Female Seminary.
nPIIE exercises of this institution, under the " direction of the Misses Calder, will re commence on Monday the 28th of November, 1853. . November, 19lh, 1853-tf " THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) c Wilkinson County. j bt5 the Circuit Court, of aid county, December Term tltereof A.D. 1853. bamei L. Miller, ) vs. Attachment for John J. Reinhart, ) tH8 17. nPhe attachment in this case was obtained by said plaintiff against the Estate, real and personal of the said defendant, from L. K. Barber, Esq., a justice of the Pence of said county, on the fith day of July, A. D. 1853, for the sum of $148 17, returnable at the December term, 853, of the Court aforesaid, and the same having been returned into the , clerk's office of the Court aforosaid, executed bjho Sheriff of said county. ' Notice is therefore hereby given, that unless me said uetenuant shall appear, plead, answer, etc., herein, ou or before the first dav of our next December term, of said Circuit Court, to be holden at the Courthouse in Woodville, in aid county, on the second Monday in Decem ber, A.D. 1853; judgment by default final, will be entered against him, and the effects so Attached, will bedisposed off towards die satis faction of said plaintiffs debt, interest and cost of suit , Issued, this 5th day of September, A.D. 1853. II. J. RUTTER WORTH, Clerk. C. S. Kellogg, Esq., Plaintiffs Attorney. Oct. 3 lin THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. I Wilkinson Comity. j SS In the Circuit, Court of said County, December Term, thereof, A.D. 1853. Daniel L. Miller, "I vs. Attachment for John J. Reinheart. ) $191 47. 'J'HE Attachment in this case was obtained by said plaintiff', against the Estate, real and personal, of the the said defendant, from L. K. Barbar, Esq., a justice of the I'eace, of said county, on the 5th day of July, A. D 1853,for the sum of one hundred and ninety, one dollars and forty seven cents, returnable at the December term, 1853, of the Curt aforesaid and the same having been returned into the. clerk's office of the Court aforesaid, executed by the Sheriff of said county. Notice is therefore hereby given, that un less the said defendant shall appear, plead answer, Arc, herein, ou or before the first day of our next December term, of said Circuit Court to be holden at the Courthouse in Wood ville in said county, on the second Monday of December, A.11. 18o3, of sud Uourt; judg ment by default final, will be entered against liim, and the effects in the Garnishee's hands will be disposed off, towards the satisfaction of said plaintitf s debt, interest and cost of uit. issued una 5th day of September, A.D. 1853. II. J. BUTTER WORTH, Clerk C. S. Kellogg, Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney. Oct 3 lm . JUST mm SI Al ON, ISoston Row, has just re ceived and opened, nt his old store, large and superb assortment of Staple Goods, consisting of everything, and the best thiiiL's ever offered fot sale here. , GROCERIES and PROVISIONS of all descriptions Bnleing Rope, and Bagging, Kentucky xmiccyo, nuuuvuic uiiioeys, jaiwbii?, uj inestices, , . f l I II 1 1.. f .... ... .,!! l l A Large and Excellent Assortment of HARDWARE of all kinds. CHINA, GLASS WARE and GRAN ITE WARE; of all descriptions. " A very large assortment of R. USSETTS, Mnd BOOTS, etc. f SADDLERY; of all kinds' GUJNS, GAM lli .JjAUS, SHOT POUCHES, etc.. of all ' descriptions, BROOMS, a large assort ment TOBACCO, the very best qualities. Woodville, Sept. 1802. THE subscriber lias'just returned 'from N, hoik wiin a inrge supply oi embracing every thiug necessary to a com plete wardrobe, Among the articles the following. " .-' Fine cloth frock aud dress coats, Pilot and blanket coats, all kinds, .,, Fancy cassimeie and doe skin pants, Silk satin aud silk velvet vests, Cotton, linen and linen bosom shirts, Marino, flannel and silk undershirts, ' 400 pr negro blankets. ' A great variety of cravats, ' Also: Hats, boots, shoes, brogans, socks, etc.! :a v great variety. Together with a heavy assortment of other articles. The public are invited tn call and exam ilie my stock. I will sell at New Orleans pr.ces. M, SIMON & CO. Sept 14, 1852. Fancy Store. THE subscrber respectfully announces to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Woodville, nd his friends in general, that he has just open ed at his store, on Commercial Row, a large and elegant selection of fancy and useful ar ticles, among which, are the following: Umbrellas, cotton and silk ; Gloves all kinds; Riding-whips, and Walking-canes; Tooth bra shes, Pocket knives and Combs; Razors, Ra tor-straps and Shaving soaps; Perfumery of all kinds, colors and scents ; Hair oil of the best Duality; Soap, Starch, Indigo Candles, Sar ines. Lobsters aud Salmons; Perserves, Pick els, Currents and Citron: Olive oil Bay water and Catsups; Pecons, Almonds and Brazilian nuts; Filberts, Knglisti Walnuts, uranges, Ap pies &c. ALSO The best Tobaco and Sogars, will always be kept oh hand, together with every other article usually kept in such establish ments but which are now too numerous to men tion. W. A. HASSELL. . Woodville, February, 1 1th, 1831-ly. IVEGKOES FOR SAL.13. T WILL be in Natchez, on iheOth of September, with a lot of 60 NEGROES among them may be found several mecha-" nics, a No. 1 male cook, a good many, first rate Cotton pickers, Ac, ifec. The above, Negroes 1iave been selected in Virginia and Tennessee with creat care, and are insured for 12 months with policies trana- ferrable. R. II. ELAM. Aug 30-tf-Nat. Cour. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) gg Wilkinson Countv. ( THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. TWO John llethringtoti, Frederick flyson- bottle, Collins, Collins, and other heirs, (unknown) of James Ilethrington, aeceasea : YOU are hereby cited, to be and appear before the Probate Court of Wilkinson county, at the Courthouse in Woodville, on the first Monday in November next, then and there to show cause, (if any you can,) why the final settlement of the Estate of James llethringtoti deceased, by The W. Hays, Sheriff, admitis trator, should not be allowed, and a decree made therupon accordinslv : and to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by the Court aforesaid in the premises. f , WITNESS the Honorable J L. S. I Francis Gildart Judge of the Pro-----' ' bate Court, of said county, at the Courthouse in Woodville, the first Monday, in August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three. Issued, the sixth dav of August, 1853. FRED. CONRAD, Clerk. Aug. 9-60d no 32 ivotici;. T ETTERS of administration, with the will annexed, granted to the undersigned, bv the Honorable Probate Court of Wilkinson county, at the August term, thereof, A.D. 1853 on the Estate of Benjamin. White, deceased. JNotice, is hereby given to all persons indebt ed to said Estate, to make immediate pay ment and those having claims to present them, duly authenticated, within the time irescribed by law, or they will be for ever barred. FREDONIA WHITE, Adm'x. fec. Aug.-Gw Administrator's gale. Y Virtue of an order of the Honorable " "Probate Court of Wilkinson county, State of Mississippi, made at the August term, there of, A. D. 1853 ; the undersigned, Executor of the hist will and testament of David Calliham deceased, will proceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest and fairest bidder, on a credit of twelve mouths, from the day of sale at the Courthouse Uoor, in the town of Woodville, (between the hours prescribed by law,) on TUESDAY, tho 4th day of October, 1853, the following described land, belonging to the Instate ot said testator, viz : "Two certain tracts of land, situated lying and being in said county of Wilkinson, and State of Mississippi, called 'Pine Grove,' con taining together by estimation four hundred and forty-six 17-100 acres, and described as follows, to wit : begining at a white oak and running from thence north fifty perches to a beech, thence east forty perches eight links, to a black gum nitd holly, thence north 8-30 west, thirty-five chains seventy links, to a bay tree, thence south 72, east thirteen chains thirty-two links, to a holly, thence east 28', twenty-five links to a black oak, thence north 89-30' east thirteen chains, to an ash tree, thence south 8-50' east to a maple, thence north 81-30' east six perches to the centre of the public road, now leading from the town of Woodville to the town of Jrt Adams, thenca westwardly along the centre of said road eighty perches to a stake, thence south one hundred and eighty-five chains, eighteen links, to another stake, thence west one hun dred and sixty-two chains, seven links, to a stake, thence north one hundred and sixty-two chains, seven links, to a stake, thence west to the white oak to the begining, containing in all three hundred and sixty-seven one hundred acres. (301 67-100.) Also, the east half of the noith east quarter of section thirty-seven, and part of the south east coi ner of fractional section thirty-two containing one hundred and three acres, more or less, and bounded east by the lands of Mrs. Emily Joor, and Mrs. Slade, south bv the lands of -Wm. A. Simrall. and west and north by. the above descibed land of said testator." Purchasers, required to give bolid, or bonds with approved security. JAMES CALLIHAM, Aug. 9-3w no 32 Executor, &c Executor's sale! J Y virtue of an order, of tho Honorable "Probate Court of Wilkinson countv. State of Mississippi, made at the August team there of, A. D. 1853 ; the undersigned, Executor, of the last will and testament of David Thomas, deceased, will proceed to sell at Public Auc tion, to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve months from the day of sale, at the Courthouse door, in the town of Woodville, (between tho hours prescribed by law,) on TUESDAY, the 10th day of January, 1854, the following described lands, belonging to the Estate of said testator, viz : "A certain tract of land Ivmg in said county containiag by estimation, Two hundred and forty-nine 43-100 acres, and described as the north west quarter, of section, fortv-three, in township one, range one, west, and the South west quarter of section thirty-seven same town ship and range." Purchasers, acquired to give bond or bonds with approved securitv, eVc. E. T. MERRICK, Executor. Painting, Paper-Hanging AND GLAZING, BAXTER & LEMON, beg leave to return their most sincere thanksii;i" for past favors conferred upon them, and to inform the citizens of Woodville and sur rounding county that they are now ready to execute oruers, in a siyie equal to any in the south. Fancy woods and marbles neatly imitated. Orders left at Messrs. Wright& Elder's Drug Store, from town or countrv. will be promptly altonded to. BAXTER It LEMON. ICbodville, April 19 18S3-lyv , Trustee's Sale. TY virtue of a certain Deed of Trust executed by Itobt. Norwood, on the 23d day of April, a. D. 1850, to secure Mason E. Saun ders the payment of three promissory notes bearing date the 23d dav of March, A. D. 1850, the first for the 'sum of 4,621 99-100, payable 1st of January, 1851, with interest at 8 per cent per annum, from 5th of slay, 1850, until paid; the second tor the sum of t5,061 07-100, payable the 6th of Janua ry, 1852, and the third for the sum of 5,33S 38-100, payable the 5th of January, 1853. Said Deed of Trust dulv recorded iu the office of the Probate Clerk of Wilkinson county, in Book P, pages 819 and 320, of the records of deeds. I, George n. Gordon, the trustee under the above, will, for the purpose of paying the amount uue principal auu inwrttun uie prom issory notes in said Deed of Trust described, proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the premises, the late resi dence of said Robt Norwood, now deceased, on TUESDAY, 28lh day of February, 1854, the following described property, as set forth in said Deed of Trust, to-wit : that certain tract or parcel of land formerly in the posses sion of Ginn and Adams, commonly called the "Brick House place," and bounded on the north by land of C. Evans Hall, south by land belonging to the heirs of Daniel Williams. deceased, and on the west by public land, be ing the same tract of land conveyed to said Robert Norwood by John L. Wall, Adminis trator de bonis non, of Edmund Ginn, doe'd, and by Thos, C. Adams, excepting out of this Deed, one sixth of said land sold by said Nor wood, to the heirs of Daniel Williams, bear ing date the 12th day of February, 1836, the five sixth part of said tract hereby conveyed, containing 270 acres, more or less. Also one undivided half part of a tract of land Ivinor in said conntv. on tho waters of Blumarts Creek, being the north undivided half of said tract, which tract was originally granted by the Spanish Government to Wil liam Vousdan and conveyed by-said Vousdan to William Ogden, and which the said undi vided half part of said tract was devised by said Wm. Ogden to Daniel Ogden, and con veyed by the heirs of Daniel Ogden to said Norwood, containing 225 arpents. Also the fallowing described parcel of land purchased by said Norwood of the United States, being fractional section 49, township 2, range 4 west, containing 388 acres, more or less. , Also all the stock of Horses, Cattle, Oxen and Hogs, on said, place ; Fanning utensils, Wagons and Carts, aud all tilings appertaining to the same. Also -the following described thirty-three slaves, to-wit '. Essex, Eliza, Jack, Charity, Ran dall, Moses, Tandy, Rhoda and daughter, hm- iline, Mary and daughter, Kachael, minis ana daughter, Louisa, Edmund and Eliza his wife and two children, James, Abram, cyrus, l at soy, Amy and her cliild Terredda, Matilda, Mariah and her child Martha, Harvey and his wife, Seia and her child, Lewis, John, Willis, and Lewis the driver. And upon such sale I shall convey such title as is vested in me, by such Deed of Trust GEO. II. GORDON, Trustee. Feb. 15. 1853-12m. Trustees' Sale. B1 Y virtue of a certain Deed of Trust made by Thomas A. Avery Jonas Piatt, as Trustee, and recorded in tho Probate Clerk's office in Wilkinson county. State of Mississippi, dated the 30th day of January, A. D. 1845, and recorded in Book " N," pages 437 and 438, af the record of deeds, to secure to Chester A. Tulkley, (or whoever may hold the same,) the payment of certain protnis ory note therein mentioned, for the sum of $450. I will, on Thursday the 19th day of January A. D. 1854, between tho hours pre scribed by law, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse door, in the town of Woodville, the following described property, to-wit : A certain tractor parcel of land lying on "Old River," in the county of Wilkinson, State ot Mississippi mm bounded as follows : On tho north by lands belonging to Hugh' B. Eskcw, on tho east by pnblio lauds, on the south by lands belonging to the heirs of William Kaigler, dee'd, and on tho west by lands belonging 10 heirs of Wil liam Kaigler, dee'd, containing 80 acres. I will make such title to tho purchaser or purchasers of the said land, as is in me vested by the said Deed of Trust JONAS PLATT, Trustee. Steel's Book store JB. STEEL, 60 Camp street, Ajrent for the sale of John T. White's Printing Types Plain and Ornamental, comprising the most beautiful and approved specimens in modern use. Also, Ajjent for Hoe & co's celebrated Printing Presses, of all sizes. Always on hand a full assortment ot chases, cases, brass rule. &c. Printing Papers, and Engraver's cards, of all sines. All Orders, attendod to Feb. ?7-ly , II Itrower, & co. II OU IS H IN O STORE, 17 Camp street, Neut Orleans. Glass and Earthenware, Silver "'spoons, forks, ladles, Ac, Hated castors, candlesticks, waiters, cake baskets, &c, Brita nia ware teasets, pitchers, castors, cups, &c, Tinware, a general assortment, Woodware, buckets, tubs, brooms, baskets, fcc, Brushes, floor, dusting, scrub, whitewash, fcc, Castings pots, tea kettles and griddles, Japanery waitess buckets, boxes, tcn Cutlery knives and forks, of all qualities ; Brass and Iron fenders, shovels tongs, fecn Lamps of every description, Cook ing stores, the celebrated "Connecticut" stove. In short every article required to firVnish a house (except cabinet furniture and dry goods) being the most extensive assortment in any store in the city. XSrGoods for shipment packed with care. Nov. 29.-tf ULACKSMITHING. HAVING employed the servi ces of a first-rate Blacksmith, in connection with my own, I am prepared to do all kind of plantation work in a first rate manuer, aud at the usual terms aud price. - ' WM. T. LEWIS. May 21. 183". ly Dissolution. T 1HE firm heretofore existing between the undersigned, underthe name of J Thayer Sc. Co.. is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. JASPER Til AY lilt GILBERT TOTTER Woodville, Aug- 25, 18-52, GILBERT POTTER, botes himself in readings to execute all orders for Carpenter Work, either in town or country with taste and dispatch. In addition to the abjve. he will attend to all orders for mak ing Book-cases aud Wardrobes, which will be extcuted with neatness and Rt low rates A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work done by him will be warranted. Woodville, Sept. 21, 1852-38tf. Removal. . BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. JOE BOUWEL, informs the inhabitants of " Woodville and its Vicinity, that he has removed to the house lately occupied by Mr roster, where he intends to carry on the above business in all its various branches. He hopes by strict attention to business, to merit public patronase. All kind of Boots and shoes made in French or American style. FINE FRENCH AND AMERICAN leathers, constantly on hand. Nov 1J: 18514611. lioot ana Shoe maker. IIT E B E R , begs leave to inform the " citizens of Woodville, and its surround ing country, that he has taken one of Mr, Hicklev's looms, next door to the Republican otiice. where they intend to carry on the above business in all its branches, and by strict. attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. Fine French and Amer ican leathers constantly on hand. Jan. 25 tt ltrick lor Sale. rglllJJ S'ibsnribet has just opened alarge Kiln ol -lewly-burned BRICK, of a very superior quality, for building and uav. ing, which he, will sell lower than b.is yet been sold in this market. lie will keep a large supply constantly on .hand, and re spectfullysolicitB lliepiiblic, patronage. . HI. UUi!5 i. ml8 1 SAVE YOUR MONEY.! ! I ,S. ' FRANK, & Co. rcspccttully in 'form the public that they have nnr chased a new and select assortment of Fancy lry Goods, of the best and most approved patternsto be obtained .in the Eastern markets, among which are A fine, assortment of Eng. and Fr. prints, do . "do enssi meres, do do niarmos, . Blk and col'd silks of all kinds, .Swiss and Book muslins, Bishop lawns, Jaokonet, plaid muslins of "II kinds, A large assor'.ment of Hos.ery, Trimmings cf all kinds, Siik.casimere and woolen shawls. KID, SILK, - WOOLLEN GLOVES, Alarge assortment of elegant Ladies' hoes manufactured to order la Philadephia ALARGK ASSORTMENT OF PARASOLS AND TJM HR ELLAS. Linen cambric hdkfs.- plain k embroideries Ribbons, for bonnets, head dresses, etc. French Bed blankets, Brussell carpeting, Matting, etc. G0M WATCHES, B 11 EAST PINS, i i BRACELETS, etc. Alt of which are offered at NewOrleans prices. Jsept 14, leo2. THE STATE OF. MISSISSIPPI. -T- O A. McD. Reilly. ' Washington Fauver and Wifel. Joseph C. Reily, Isaac Phelps, and Wife, A. C. Fisliburn and Wife, M. R, Bowman,- Saml. II. Reilly, Milton Wil liams, Thos. Corwin, William and Saml. R. Williams, heirs and distributees of Martha N. Reilly, deceascd,tireeting : YOU are hereby cited, to be and appear before the Probate Court of Wilkinson county at the Courthouse in Woodville, on the first Monday in August next, then and there to show cause if any you can why the final ac count of Westly Reilly, Administrator of Mar tha N. Reilly, deceased, should not be allowed and a decree made thereupon accordingly ; and further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by the Court aforesaid iu the premises, and have then and there this writ I3: Witness the Honorable Francis Gildart, Judge of Probate of said county, at the Courthouse in oodville, tho first Monday in May, in the year tf our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three. Issued the 7th dav of Mav, 1853. FRED. CO.N'RAI), Clerk. 'Gordon & Posev, Att'ys. May 10 OOd. KOTICE. " ETTERS of Administration, de bonis nnn, having been granted Carnot Posey the un dersigned, by the Honorable Probate Court of Wilkinson county, at the August term thereof, A.D., 1853, on the Estate of Robert Morris, deceased. Notice is hereby eiven to all persons indebt- eo. to said Estate to make immediate payment and those having claims to present them. duly authenticated, w ithin the time prescribed by law, or thev w ill be for ever barred. CARNOT 1-OSEY, Administrator. Oct 25-6w 'BMIE Advertiser is prepared to receive Cot ten in this, or by his Agents, at any other f tire American ports, and to forward it to ny port in Great Britain, or on the Conti tnt of Europe, as may be directed by con gnors, or to bcII this, or in any of the Domes c or Foreign Markets, and to make Cash dvanees on it when received. - Also to exe to orders for any articles desired in any For gn or IVmestic Market Please address, HENRY MANK1N, Commission Mercht, 16 Bmelfs Wharf BALTIMORE H. H. WILL. 1 W. BUHCESS. C. Ml. BU&UJCM Wall & Burgess, Receiving! Forwarding, and CewmiWoa MrtAant FORT ADAMS, MISS. T7" EEP oousrantl on baud a .complete -"-assortment, of GOODS and Wares, suited to the market. m. 2a, tf rcK . . . rrr. . vTfcecm'tuci . JloUuaUknq, cu 0' 0' Commission Kerrbaot, Fort Adams, Will attend promptly to all orders fori. H. Bur rows' Lorn Mills, single oriloume geareo, irom 20 to 36 inches, jan, 2d, 1851 -tf RECEIVING, FORWARDING witi fonuiii&Hoiv (fcetcficuxt, FORT ADAMS, MISS. Fort Adams, March 23, 1852 ly SAMUEL BE1.L. T. t. XE1RT. AMUEL BELL, in returning thanks for past favors, begs leave to inform the public generally, that the business will now be carried on at the old stand under the namR Slid firm of S. Bell & Co.. who, in soli citing a share of public patronage, are fully determined that no exertions on their part shall be wanting to merit the same. Their stock of Plantation and Dry uoous, Hnrilwnrn. Groceries, and Provisions, will be carefully selected and sold at cheap rates for Cash, or to punctual customers on the usu time. All cotton consigned to them for ill ment, and all freights for storage, plan may rely upon receiving their bestatiei. Col Ion Seed. OR sale by S. Bell & Co.400 BUS; of Brown Mexican Cotten Seed, w BUSHELS arran ted clear of rot. Fort Adams, Feb. 22, 1853-tf. tectoly. R NUGENT, H. H. DAVIS. RICh AT) NUGENT & C Cotton Factors and Commis sion irlercliaiils, No. 51 Union Row, (Carondclet Street,) NEW ORLEANS. March 29 ly BREWSTER & co., Coach Makers, gs" st. Charles Hotel, New Orleans. And, 369 Broadway, New York, eb 27--Bni WATT k DE SAULLES, COTTON FACTORS, t ' '2, Carondeht street, NEW ORLEANS: Feb. 27 ly Furniture.! J- B. BCRGES'S S3, Magazine street, opposite, Arcade. NEW ORLEANS. REN KITTRIDGE. I M PORTER of GUNS. PISTOLS. Gun material and Sportinat apparatus of every de scription. Colt's revolvers in creat ety and very oheap. 55 nt. Charles street, New Urlea 134 Main street Cincinnatti. Feb. 27-1 y Onkev & Hawkins, COTTON AND SUGAR FACTORS. And General Commission Merchants. IVo. 0 Uravler st-, . NEW ORLEANS, LA. WE shall be happy, that our plantin friends and merchants in the interio make to us as usual, their consignments. And those who ars dispofei' to confide their business to our care, will find their commu nications acknowledged with thanks. Answers returned to all letters with pleas ure and with promptness. No16-ly OA KEY & HAWKINS SAMUEL R. HAMMITT, TTerchaht Tailor. Clothlns and Gen- El i-Vltlemen's Furnishing STORE-' Clotb- ins made to order in the latest style, and on the most reasonable terms. tcyJohn M. Davis & Jones', Patented Shirts, the newest style out. 19 St. Charles street, opposite theVerandaJi, - NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 27 ly II. FRANKO, ITatchmaker and Jeweller. Watch- " es. Clocks and Jewelry of every description repaired and warranted. 1 Corner Of Poqdras and Qarondi let streets, NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 2761U --. RCFfS MC1LHKKNV. . JOHN H. MCIUIKXXV. IS. jttf-llliemiy, fc Co,, COTTON FACTORS, and COMMIS SION MERC EASTS. No, 45 Carondelet street, NEW ORLEANS. June, 14, v v. l. cocKKniu.K. John nr?:cAS. CO CKERIL LE k DUNCAN, Com m isMioti merchants iM porters and d 'alersin Foreisn Wincsnud Brandies. S otch and Iirsli Whiskeys, London and Dublin Porter, Scotch Ale, &o- Ao. 5, Old Jjtvee street, war tonal, NEW ORLEANS. ! T AUSOLECMS Mouuments, Tombs, Head and Foot Stones, Garden Statuary, &c G. 15. & E EN'OCKS, beg leave to" call the attention of thos desiring any of the above j . articles, to their large variety now landing at Bavou Sara :wl of which were manufactured at Philadelphia, in the latest and mast beauti ful style, of the best Italian and American marbles.. Bayou Sara, Aug. 30-tf. aitti- AT LAW. Woodville Mitu.f OPPOSIltE THE PLANTERS BANK. " Will promptly attend to all business en- trusted to his care. j22-25y I" K. BARBER, Attorney and Councillor at - Law. Olfice opposite the old Planters' Bank. Woodville. Miss. nov25-!y. C. C CAGE. J. . STAMPS Cage & Stamp," olnci tuia coitiv4ttlot4. AT LAW. s Woodville, Miss. Aug. 10, iSo2. I- I GILDART, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office Bank sL nearly opposite Planters Bank Will pratice irt the Probate, Circuit and Chan cery Courts. Business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jS 281v C n t II n I V n n n b r r SCltctimtk aib wiusetTc'LA. v AT LA IV. OFFICE, OAr COMMERCIAL ROW Over the Store of II. S. & T.W. White. Woodville. Miss. Dee. 2 1 y. fjLAlBORXE FAEISH, Attorney at L Will atteml strictly to all professional L.aut l.n iness entrusted to i-is care. Othce over tiitf SheriU-s. Woodville, Mis- novfi5-ly C. (i. Fairfield, Attorney ami CounccUnr at Liw. Kr Office, in the Courthouse, opposite the Probate Cleiks office. Liberty, Miss. Jan. 17, 1853 ly - ' - R. T. J. 1IEMJERSON, has settled -rhiinelf in Woodville, and respectfully tenders his professional -services to the pub lic. , -JtW Office, up stairs, in Mr. Stanwoo.!'. building, Boston Row. ' Ir. Louise, rvitclioii. OFFERS HIS PnOFEKKIAVST cravirco JO THE COMMUNITY. Residence Major J. L. TRASK'S V.m- tation ' Woodville, Aujr. 2-tf Drs R a- liurii & II R. Ruck. E fl-- associated themselves in ihff -"practice of Medicine, offer their pro fessional services to the citizens of Wood ville and vicinity. i-jy ' . . . : Icnf istry. rjR.. A. P, McMILLAN respectfully in forms the citizens of Woodville and ri cinity that he has returned to Woodville (a the purpose of resuming the practice of ii profession. Those wishintr his services can find him. as formerly, at Mr. J. B. Therrel's Hotel. He has just returned from the North with a supply ot stock. All orders attended to immediately. Dr. M. wolM take this opportunity to ten der his thanks to the people of this vicinity for their very liberal patronaee during hi former stay in this place. Woodville. Oct. li), 1852-1 y. ' , J AS. IirgTOX, OT. Physician, Surtjcon, and Accoucheur. "TR. HOUSTON, takes this mode and op---'pertunity of returnintr his sincere thank to the citizens of Wilkinson and Amitn rnrn- H.-s,for the very liberal patronage bestowed on him during the past year, and that he is per manently located atlilocxT Plfasakt. twelve miles, East of Woodville ; and tenders hisses vices in the different branches of his nrofes- skmtto all who may favor him with a rail. Dr. a., would st.ilai lor the benefit of those who have not become acoiiaiuted with hi . manner and success in treating and cumin" Sillious Fever. That be cures Billions Fevers has been used in said fever, and with almost a never failing certainty ; having praetised eisht years without looseing a single case of Jiillieus Ferer, and has treated over one thous and cases nf said fever. Dr. IPs, success in curing Flux, has been equal to his success in in. jiuin tjiiiii tu miu 1MB ume dial s and , curing billions lever. Out ol some six hundred case's of Pneumonia, Dr. H., has lost but two patients. Dr. Rustou's success iu treating- old and Ckronit distastt, such as Female complaintt Despepsia, Liver ecmplai nls, fro., has beentrulj" remarkable; aud Dr. H would refer persons ahHicteil, to tl.e folnwing gentlemen, for fur ther information, where cures have been per- funned, to wit ; T. J. lirowu; Felix Embree ; Jo. Fmbree; rtonj. White; A. W. Part. u ; V. Yaughan, and W. Riley. Midwifiiry, and the diseases of women and i.iiiiiiiu!, nut iitci w. ii s., particular at tention. Patients trom a distance can get board ing at in. ii a, or n ar mm. JJDr. Houston, has ordered, and will keep constantly on hand, a full assoitmcnt of pur DRUGS and MEDICINES, and which he . ilf stll for cash, or on the usual credits- from t 1 , to fifteen per cent. umler common prices ' this comity. March, 15-Gin II. J. Potvr I. in pi j cuu) coi t ii Jf tit 1 al fail - a i MATAGORDA, TEXAS. , li.L. give strict attention to Business en- trusted to ins care, in any of the ceuils in Western Tea.. April. 27, 1832 lT-17 opc ! Itopc II. JUST T.veivod a fine lot of KENTUCKY ' BAG ING HOPE.-- For sale by JJ. SIMON, run iiow. Woodvj!le, Aug. S-'2m