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i ' , ... . . ' ; . .... : :' . -" . . -: ' ...... ' ,. . ... r i HYAZOQ tPOAL ,IUT ULIDEHCB, m v FKIDAY, JUNE 15, 1853. - DU3T TO DUST, ASIIE3 TO ASHES I As we wnt (Wednesday morning 13th ) the toifinjbeil admonishes us that another of our eiu'Ktxa baa seen the last of earth; and just now fused beforej the office door,tbe hearse, upon nwvu u iukuj Of Our f t. ? Friends , beloved la happier dayt; ; v The dear com Danion f . ...... ' , ?. borne b ,on? homci- under .i.acarap6iy, lies all thafls mortal of Mai. J. W. Dabbs. Fjot Biaior Dabbadlr! morning, of what disease we did not learn, bat uenaaiong been in failing health, and ail his ciuainUrtcea looked upon his death as beiwr . yme time before ho died. A lon5 procession of carriages and equestrians are .uucm.ng aim to the grave. Blajor Dabbs was ono oi wj pioneer settlers of Yazoo city.und one of iU oldest' merchants. He was a man with but few faults, and we believe when it was said of him with a solemn look. as It will I. ..m r- all some day,A it dead! every body was sorry, and felt that something belonging to his every day lireMYazoo city, would be seen in Its sireeu ana market places no more v r . Happy are the d.-ad tfry rest, ' ; Sleep after toil. Dortft.ror-A ast after war, death afteryUfe doth greatly MRS. TURXBULL'S SCHOOL. The parent and particular friends of" the ptt- u!s of Mrs. Tarobull'i School were treated with most novel and delightful enteruiument the oth er vcniog at the rcslJence of this most estimable Is 1; txi Unvoted instructrtsn. The Brit session ofhor excellent school closed last Friday and the Young ladies as a r iward for their diligent stady and correct behaviour during its continuance were allowed to give this pleasiog exhibition to their friends . T.'ie entiro success of their first r experiment in this innocent kind of amusement, will, we trust, In Juce Sirs. Turnbu'i to give t another of th same kfoJ soon. It is Impossible for us to do full justice to & description of the f" evening . entertainment The tableaux, the speeches, the dancing and m'isic were all well ot ip.snd spoke well for the taJents, Ingenuity andjudustry of their 'teacher.' We believe all tvl were favored"with' an Invitation attendedi ndwere greatly delighted with the performance of tie evening. We will state in this connec tion, that Mrs. Turnbull wij give no vacation Unless sickne s should prevail in our city. The pupils of the different schooh have lost so much line from various Interruptions, that she has thought fit best to pursue this conrse. We can luost heartily recommend Mrs. Turnbull as a .most competent and ' successful teacher of lj0 .young Jsdies. . k - , ""1 THE GIRLsTfrEE SCHOOL. The othrr day we paid a visit to the "Girls' fc School,- undercharge of Mrs. BostUk.and it afford us much Dloasnrp I ft Ctnto that voo lieve our city is very fortunate in being able to secure the services of this amiable and accom plished lady to superintend -the female depart ment of our Public School. Our visit, owing to the pressure of important Wmeas n our part, was neccssarially a short 03e but ifficitot y lcmg to satisfy us that the inosl thorough course of instruction, with anex ctllent syrt m of "imcipline prevails in this School. The SchooTss trot now large, having fteen thinned out by the approach of hot weath er, as U usual every summer, but those that are left scetato be improving very fast. .We were particulaly delight, d With the examination of the first class, consisting ' of our young lady frivnds Miss Mary Jenkins, Mias Susan Ellis, Miss Anna Hahn and Miss Mary R.-dding in the history of Greece and Rhetoric. We can assure them they delighted us very much by their prompt and satisfactory answers, and made us involuntarily sigh for our Own way off Wcbool days. Ono thing is certain young ladies, before we pay nut highly esteemed trcnJ, Mrs. Bjfitick. anot er Visit of her S hool room we intend toruh our historical knowl 'egp'so that we cah put some questio'hs'to you that you cant answer before we are done speak t as you did the other day. , -r In connection with the public schools, we Wlah to make one rtiggeation, and we hope Our Worthy new Hoard of Directors will not think us presumpteous, and that is, the propriety of having but one session per . day instead of two. "We believe Yazoo city U the only place that pretends to keep up with the" times ia bthet things, that still holds to the old system of haV ; log the school hours divided by a long fecess at noon. ,We cannot sute all our objections to this remnant of olJ-field-school-houseisnl . at length, but MxxfT.ee it to r-y, all views of the sub ject favcr a c!.r -e. It will be better for the pupils, better for the teachers and better for parents. Let the achool hours be from eight p three, with short recesses throt'i teday at the option of the teacher. ; The sr- cf knowl edge acquired at'school is not i in propo- t tioa to the number of hour the papii Is engaged in study. There are other considerations of more weight; but enough at this time. In con clusion, we sincerely hope lira. Bjatick will . continue her labori among us in kcr present most successful ndertaking. ! A " ' ; ; B1E2, in thU City, Maj list, Helen Walk er aged 18 months and IS days, a.so June 11th, barafi Lhzabeth ajred 8 months and 29 davs twin daughters of WitUi and Aibt B. t- Sweet babes: they glanced into our world to r-3 A sample of our misery, i t k i . They tatted of lifes bitter cup , . - . Refused to drink t e portion up ; Then turned their liule heads aside, ' Di'juited with tha tiste and died. . "' ' Z '"TBarotnj has already enn id Bbctr"-1 f-t f r I. J baman cattlo f how. TLj Siguier' J?- ' trt t ;;; 1 &!o be exhibited. " "A poor Irishman, rrrlied fr b v.. it tat - - CC2jME5CL':Li Ttocx the U. 0. Prices Currect Jane 9th. NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION. (assiXwATuia to that or uys&pool.) inferior Ordinory : ; Good Ordinary ' . 4 " ; lw Middling W: Middling 4 Good Middling, i Middling Pair Fair 0 t Good Fair; , Good and Fine ' 8 4 9 9 J 9 10l 10 I . norniual. ; nominal nominal nominal,-'-, : Ocnulne Popular Medicines, FOR HALS BT n AT THEIR aDiaN WARIHOU8S, I K.-v Chartres, Street, - -Io quantities to suit purchasers Osgood's Indian Cholagogue B. A. Fahnestock's Yermifffire. Thorns Extract. 6 Wolfe's AromAtic Schiedam Schnapps, Oauley's Vegetable Bitters, Hushton Clark dc Go's Uod Liver Oil. Seidlit and Soda Powers, Winer's Cannadian Vermifuge, Farrells Arabian Linament, Bartine's Lotion, Dalley's Magical Pain Extractor, John Bull's SarspriIUr Phalon'sHair IovigoratoT. Bi Hard's Hair Dye. Sands Sarsparilla, Morse's Compound Syrup of Tellowdoclc Morilmores Rheumatic Compound,, S. P. Townsend's Sarsparilla, Lyon's Katharion, AVer's Cherrv Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger Hoffland's German Bitters. . . Mexrcan Mustang Linament. Jew David, or Hebrew Plaster, Gray's Ointment Wistars Balsam Wild Cherry, Roger's Syrop of Liverwo.t Tar, Ac. . Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers, Barry's Tricopherous. McLane's Vermifuge. Moffat's Pills. ... Brandettb's Pills,- ,, V Perry Davi's Pain Killer; " Dr. J ayn. s Family Medicines. Burnet's Cod LivetOil, Hobt-nsack's Worm Syrup. Dr. McClmtock's Family Medicines, arter's Spanish Mixture, Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, Marchisi's UttriuetJatholiconr ' Swains Panaceas, Tarran's Aperient, DrCarp nter's pieparati ns, Ail of which At-a naPF.nt.j .. and will be furnished in n. Un . ..... uuautnii iu Druggista and wholesale Dealers, and wu u.urc .avoraoie terms than they can be procured from the proprietors themselves, by applying to J. WRiCIIT & CO., 101 Liiartres street. New Orleans xrn Under the Orleans Hotel. N.B.For a full aod more complete list . our articles we refer to our catalogue. Dr. A. F. MAOIIUDEII. lUTAVIO LOCATED ON TIIE Yai 100 River, six miles hnv Yft r; proffers his professional services to the cit izens'of the adjacent country. Office at the residence of Ret. It; AbBEV. . YaZOO Ci'V. Junn 1 A A NOVEMBER ELECTION At the solicitation of munv frtanA T r anoford will be a candidate for Assessor of 1 azoo county at tbe ensuing election. t . , saAnx VUTiSKS. We are ailtnnriroil tn anr... nrvnun LUIS NOLAN as a Candidate for County . v . , w me iicanyvemDer rjieCillj. QrJ,WUlhori6ed to "nnounce GIB SON BARN KB as a candidate for Circuit Clerk at the November election. . We are authorized to announce John Brum fieldas a candidate for Assessor at the ensuing November Election. fe We are authorized to announce J. M. Hol lingworth, present incumbent, as a candidate r reelection for the office of Probate Clere 6f Yazoo County, at the ensuing November -Elec- t Oh. ' I : .'11' '. we are aathorized to announce W. II. AlAN GUM as a candidate for the office of Slfcriff o Yazoo county at the ensuing Election. V STEAMBOATS. Rrgular Vicksburg & Green woud PACKET. Tlifi fasi slearter, U. S. AID, J. li. llen dricks, Master, will ply regularly between the above points leaving Vicksburg every Mon day evening at at 5 Pi M.. Yaloo City eVery Tuesday at 8 2bjt Descen ind leave tireCn w-d at every Friday at IC Ai M., Ya2o City every Saturday at 8 - it, will take freight at all points on Yaioo Iliver . i Particular attention paid to Plantation bus iness. . - - v 'J ';-' For; freight or passge ejply oft board or to . W. WYMAT "Agnt s may 11 rTT; .-r? Vi: : ...- .... " ' ' - ' r - i T " i -. ft " Regular United States fJail PncCiett,-. rnillh hew magc!eet and ft 'r-.m nmnihSst"--r r p. O. WAL- I ' will 13 . ;d Citf, on Mondays, Wednesday z , o 13 U-connectinsr at Vicksburg " -,:7 Ittchc Southern UcUe, a D, Jb! : f -ra for Lew Orleans . Returning, r!:!, ' "7 f? -Tccaayi Todays and L. , 4 crntizt at Yazoo r in 1 V V" u. J ;-'ar..r beat, built cx-Frc-Jy f.r t- ? tr- r - ::i rzn thrhout the S'-vV-V-"-" eboats carrjjr f.; .1 t:- ttt'.ar- .price and S SVt - " "3 cd t7 -7 i" v7:r 11 1 ? r.- ..... .1 CrT- h'!; w4 1- Q. J.UB G f Km LEGAL NOTiuES: r,ntr:-,,S,Cae M t 4 CO. llIIEi Jcrsigned, appointed by the Probate "7 vovtt or Yazoo County,, it the November Term 1"' 54 thereof, Commissioner to leceive exacJne all claims oft . several creditors of thee uta of W.F. Gil :;ceased, representod nscivent, will meet at the Probate Clerk's dee CC3 Of said CountV. Oil the firt Mtnl.. r ery month until the fourth monday in June!next for the purpose of attending the said creditors, and of receiving and mmintni : v ........ . .(U14 wiaiuis when and where the aafd AroHitnr. 1 1 j, , , , at o uric j notified to bring in and prove their said claims pspecwveiyagainsi said estate. .dec 25 J.M. I10mff 8WORH Com, YAZOO CITY D1RECTOIIY. " OmCE ON MAI3I STEEETi YAZOO CITY; MI. f KJSJf'JSKENCES: Drs. Leake & Barnett, Yazoo City, X. H. Andrews, M..D, S6?; Smith Dentist, New Orleans. H. Knapp, do. J. B. McClellan, M. D. Philadelphia, Ehsha Towuseud, D. D. S. So J. C. Nott. M. D.. MobUe, Jan 26. t o. o.p: OFFICERS FOR PRESENT TERM, K. Wright, H. P. A. Nye, S ribe MA.CHESTETl T.nnnp v meets every Thusday night. no. G Powell, N G, W S Wrfcht.Trea. A U Nye, V G. Wm Wyman.Sec'v. august 18, 1854. 8.-tf :" UR, Plaster Paris ,j at j tl.tfB edb7 S. GAUVIN. X Vir.fcahnrf -Ar.'l Clothing for the season "Vfpir offer to their friends and customers a a. 1 targe ana perrect assortment of Spring and Hummer Clothing from which one and all can be SUlted. Consiatinrr tn nnrtnf Black and colored Cashmeret frocks and sacks: u iuenno 00 do w do do Alapaca do do White Duck and Drill do do Colored Linens and Drill do . . do batin Duchene Sack ,a very light article f r UUU,,W u cbs, fancy ciom ratetots and Pal tos; Planters Linen suits; Fancy drilKsuitsibel cneck suits Orleans suits Crepe Cassimere i'.rP d ete ant3: Ll$ht Fancy cass do do Drill do Whit Drill Duck do. COTTONADESor all QUALlTlE . v iancy Marseilles Vests single and double bieasted White Marseilles and Duck single and double oreasted Buff do do do do do -do ' ; - White Gossamar vest? silk skeleton do HATS White. Drab and Black D'Arrw Tt WU:t Drab and Black Beaver do: Black Mole Hat?, 6 styles: Ia kand Drab Cass do Panama Hats the finest ever offered. The stock of Straw" and solt hats very full BOOTS AND SHOES, Pump Sofed Calf bnntS lifrhf nnrt ansxPnmMA led Patent Ieithershoes Fow quarters 'do Cap- ... uciu icttfc.icr oxiora ues; urogans of 1 qualities. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. A superior assortment to which we invite attention We think that all who wish to purchase will be satisfied that their time is not lost in exam ining thts stock WH STEVENS & Co. mar 30 No 2 Washington street. Will PAPER. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 5000 worth (more or lessrt of Wall nanor at tTi mv ed prints and Styles; also a beautiful selection of Fire Screens to wbich -loupg America." .WW WkWrUblVU vi mayia THOMPSON & EMANUEL. FOR THE AFFLICTED. MARSH'S IMPRftVPn VT ifi-Pir oi...i w . uunuAAVf DIIUUI" der Brace, an indispensable article for Rottnd Shoulders. Bad Chests Jkc. Marsh ' n!filt svn ir Tros8 for Hernia or Rupture and Marshi Improv Abdominal supporters for tailing of the Womb THOMPSON & EAANUEL. Yazoo city may 18. T,owEi3Xr ' " Xj, 20 bales 44 and 78. SMEDES, HAMPTON & Co. lcksborg May 18. SUNDRIES, dperm and Star Candles, Soap, atigar and Monies'; Bait, Rio and Java Coffee Cement and Lime; Whiskey and Nails Plows, Hall & Speers arid Bellinger's For sale by SMEDES, HAMPfdN&Cb. Vicksburg May 18. GORjt , 4,000 bushels Yeilow dbrri liOOO do White do For wile by SMEDES HAMPTON & Co; - ' Vicksburg May I81 m awv uttiibio lUOli Vrecd by mayS5 Tompsob 4 Bmarel Bargains ttf BfrgAnS SPRING aitd SlfMMER CLOTHINfcr. WE have in store: and will bit rer.iirin K every steamer from Nev York accessions ther- wuico wm maae onr siock complete in ev 67 description t - jj Our Clothing being manufactured at our es ablishmet jn N?w York, we can cruarantee every article sold by us. Our stock embraces v rywing ror M t. TS.YOUTiiS.C'HiL iLTvXs SPRING (l ; ? -?ly low prices , -we r. ..1 tz? -?ly low prices -' ,-j -ai cuSfcOn:er3 on t x , irnS-,. VrK others iawtr.1 cf c: w Eaa UW their advantfata rite ua & call r urchasinir elsewhere. I X Ai COULSO r & CO., ' V . ' Ti ' ""VI cksburg nay 4 " N utv goods: ' - w Vl o v-J a rescn June 8 , . 8 L -n; as. t - jlglTH AH ENCAMPMENT. No.SVJ 10, meets the 2nd and 4th IW X in each month, x W. . Epoer8on! CZ P. J " w ..a. . . u m rill A 1 CTH ITU. L .'vtl i Lr- , r ' GoyTii.WECTsnrf nooi:-3TOREV ' ' oucceainrs in JuLn lit, 1 1 ... New ' Orleaxs. . t Always on band a large assortment bf Law medical, Standard and Jiscellaneott "was cheap periodifale Ac. -School books Blank books of ting and book binding executed with neat nesa and despatch. - ' 'J .. , Marcb 30 41 ; , . .y. : X P. McDONNOLD-dTCO; HATS CAPS, UMBRELLAS AND HAM MOCKS, Hoots, Siioes, Trunks Valices" and Carpet Bags . , .Particular attention paid to family ort'e if. Camp 1C : ad 18 street, Ilaskell NoWnru.n. . March 20 al.lv . J. M. FERMOR, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ivlrrrfiiiiit. NO. 29 TCHOUPITOULA8 STREET. NEW ORLEANS. AGENT FOR the EAGLE COTTON GINS in arcn 4i WALTER COX. M. GILLIS R. 8. BOYD. cox, Gnus & novo. (Late NALUE, COX & Co.) CQTTQI3 PjSlTQSS ' ; AND - ' No. 41 UNION ST, (nrau carondalkt.1 3ir aacc , -y , REFER TO Mkssrs JAMES ROBB, & Co, New Orltans Hon. S. S. BOYD. iW, Gen. ED WBRD SPARROW, Vudal.a. A. F. COUNCIL, COTTON, AND TOBACCO FACTOR. GiaAL'CqiflllSSIOM MERCED .. Ao 41 Foydras street. Particular attentian paid tortho sale of uouon, lODacco, ana other Produce - Orders fil ed and shipped by myself in person; and collection and remittance of Funds, and the purchase and shipment of merchandise cener ally. 0 GEO. S.TIEDES & CO. Cotton IPactorn AndJommissijan Mercliants. , UWIUN STREET . - . New Orleahs. KEYAOIDS & WOODRUFF, AND WnOLISALE AND RETAIL DEALERS LN CARPET BAGS, VALUSES, . . ' Asn tKDlA aUBBEEl CO0Q5. A O. 67 CANAL STREET, New Orleans. . W. EYNOLD3. A. F.II. WOODECF APri 20 44 .y. WM. R. MILES. DANIEL W. ADAMS- 1 VII li.KS & AIM II I CaTTflW-P A HHTIS W- ivn u ji j 'il JL. Jul COiUliSSIOli MERCHANTS. No. t3, Carondelet Street, KLCW OllLEAiXS CARPT WAERHOSE A. flJrosscau & C-o., Inaporters and Dealers in rrr,Ui:- .oor Oil Cloth, Matting, Ac, wholesale nd retail nov. 15 1853. CASH WAMTRn w w m.. m. u 1 THOSE who have cash can be supplied with r mQ r'a. di. i777 T u"cu' 7 if. Jr UUMO Brandy kc mw, T .isurs aoapoy ine box or any quan titv not exceed 1 no- oo.nnn k .ni:.,.;7 O J--- f P'jriug iu , , t . S GA 7VIN Vicksbufg march 82 Oakey & Hawkins FAQTQHS , Ucneral Commission Merchants; No. 90. GRAVIER STR ET, , New Orleahs. Beg leave to offer their best services to Plan ers and Merchants, and p-omise attention ah roraptness to all consignments entrusted In peir care " .,' ' Cortier Mulbery and South Streets; Vicksburff -uug., ioj 1 9-tt. TLASTER PARIS. jl za oarreis lor sale warranted best; : WM. SHERRARD. ; 7 yicksburg, May 18, TTlLOUR-7obbls Faxins XXX Flour 2 . do fancy uppjnnf flfiiir SA de8 ha VIPTON Jk Cf LATEST 8 iTtfLHS OF oTIIirJu CLOTIlirJG. XfflE havejvst ceived a part i our stock " 01 ready made clothing embracing ihe newest and latflt 8tvle and in a hpef:or manner Our stock or t'urhish it roads is r.nmnlttcf We have slo received ddf spring stofck ot c oibs cassiraeres arid Nestings which we Vn mnufactu!e W order in the best p si maimer, (jl vomers and the" pubic will pi ease Kiv-Mficll as we aie ronHdent we can do as wella ir.r !vhfl Po'i'h vJ K- . RUSSELL, " r rMM,7Ti v 1 XTfTV wreceivicjnfeanddcallar rln Goods by fevery arrival of tl.j Jacket. " Prices for sane lowcf thad evef to ccrres T"i r-ith tha Iltr T:tt. . ; . . PorLL CH03AiiT., ; MrOKLAi C0"A a i)SlIC(SBUi; & GAliPlj A. V. rnrnt 1W ... .;..:;V" , 1 - f . fill aTi Iff fl'Tf ilifiT . . - A.F. COCIIllAN. - ' - " II. s. tIAlJL.'! E. 8WH.S. fcQtttnsstQti l: 3- 4 nd Importers of n.. ja filcilf Fru.tsi IViitA, uc.i . ' ? No. 37, Gbvieb St. New Onlfcys. a. vie !iTT'& co., 1 -; tmMnJtgim, deceiving and Foricardntb ' . MERCHANTS. tl aii 42, New Levee Street. ee. 9 S4Jy. r-Xew Orlettui. VV. A. 11ANNKY CO.,: Wliblesale and Retail iHfttcrs'iii French nnd Anicricnn . '1 HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, Ur.lQRELLAS &R. Afi No 77 CANAL STREET (SOUTIf SIDE) Nfiw Oslnans, Febuary lst55. COTTON FA'CTOHS tc91 Common St., opposite I cranuak Ho - oct. 6.- . BOBERT DTAS. IIVA8 & CO A VtfkiOLFSAlE GROCERS, JNoa. U9 de 141 Magazine Street, . New Orleans. -,pril 1, 1853: 38-1 y. STEELErs3lITHERoTPINCKARD Wholes le and Ketnil Doaltrs in XtimS, LIQUORS & CtOARS.l Nos 16 anal and 15Co8man Streets, T NEW ORLEANS. VVe are prefiarcd to fill all order for WR- a - " tern Produce. Fa mil v Grocetiea PlattAiinn Supplies and Bar and Boit Stores. 11 ... . . . juany articles ot family Urocenes we have made arrangements to receive in small lots, at short intervals, in order to have thtm always fresh and good; towit: Butter, Cheese. Flour Lard, Fruils, 6c. Of Brandies and Wines we laid in a large Stock ot; the old vintage. Havana Cigars. -A large Manufacturing and Commission House of Havana 1 keeps ss sup;" ' choice Brands which we sell on c . -. German !g, We have also ieceived a consignment of German CigarsAt lowpri ces to sell on commission. Tobacco Of choice brands as wellasoth er grades we shall always keep a large as sortment In order to equilize prices we propose to sell in all cases at the lowest cssh rates, and charge interest from the date of ale. when negotiable paper is received in pay. mint. : CLAIBORNE STEELE, J. C. SMITHER, F. PINCKARD, april 20 II. GILLINGI1AM, successor TO TCRNBUL k CO. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Ana Agent for sev ernl of the largest Ma"uFctori'S of the ii' ui'tciori'S North, and are dred to give orders pre jor all description of t-amages at Manu facturer's DrTces. The attention of purchasers is respectful ly solicited at No, lit) Gravier Street rear of the St. Charles Hotel, Neiv Orleans April 20 7 44 j . . ; Philadelpbltr Saddlery CIGN of the Golden Horse Head No 8 Magazine St. and No 47 Canal street. -.viiu artDAoo, manu tacturers and Importers ot Sad- dlery, Harness, Trunks Carpet Bas &c ir.ii , . r " . .V Leather Materials and Findinjrs for "Saddlers, voacn 1 runs and srioemakersj comprising bne of th largest and most complete assortments to be foflnd in the ctty. v - PLOUGHS Carey, Dudley and Peacock jf lougns ot every description and style. 1, 0, 1 F., Masbns and Sons of T Re galia and Paraphrerialia of every des cription; the largest and most comBletd" assortment to be found m the United States. India Rubber Belting, tracking 4c5 Magee 4 Kneass are the Principal Agents for the BeitTngt orapany for the sale of India ? oeri,Beltinr and Pa-kinS tor - steam Jointe and Bellersj Hose of every size together with a complete assortment pf all . descriptions of India Rubber Goods which they offer at the lowest market rates. . Look for the Large Horse standing in the Uor JNo. 8 magazine street. - ------ April 20 To Plan t ers. 1000 BAGS CAROLINA COW jKAs. St-lected in the Charleston Market. EXPRESSLY. FOR SEED In bags of wo bushels, r For sale bV ' A F COCHRAN & HALL7 3 v. . 36 Gravier sirebl New Orleans Aptit 7. JUST RECEIVED'. 7. - 7 A LARGE assortment of Glass ware, consistidg in part of the following articles' . . PRESERTE JARS. - - ' 4 Dos 1-2 pint, 4 doz pints 4 doz quarts 4 dot -l:2fr.ir 4d3qarts 4. dojs gallons 3 gross acid bottle ground stoppers assort .fed; , . . - ' - - - ii grr s ?ancy Flitid Pks, 20 boxes 8-10 Window glass 20 I0-1 0 boxes 12-14 20 boxes 12 16 ,'' 15 24 toss castor oil assorted 6 grc, wines : P. B.COOK t' CO. -i-.sy ; rTlGH Li i Tew Yrtrlr' K T . . i a . i,ic .ckEsq.ja.. -ccived by . - - t w. iuha wptoji t,r 'a. jiaimJi , (A-ceeiroro Geb.: Swedes d: Co 5i4 jLJLf IIAMI'TOU & TO. ; ? V1CK8EI-SG, Miss: - -. , A O K W T S F O ii - ' - CJUO J57JEDES, & CO , New OrleaksLa. prUU E. SUULZ p. BODKXHErif' - Oi II. KKKJt , SDULZ, BODENIIEIJf & Co..- WlioleAlile ntil tirtnii riitfiWc ' t.. FOREIGN and Domestic Dry Goods Poot Clothing Shoes, Hats4 Caps, Cutlery, Gun Pistols &c. Sic r- Corner of Washington nh f Grove streebant het corhef to ihe Post Office, Vicksburg. Wholesale Department 2d and 3d stories - " April 20- - r v 44 t.f. MISS STRllUElBxiCrC FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. TTf side of Wanhintrtnn Strtvf Vih,l.. f... RL.NCH Bonnets and Flow Missi Hats, Dress Cups, Mourning Bonnets &c, constant ly on hand. Orders prompily executed, Imporier, YVI o'esalo and Retait DEALER IN ' silver Plaiw.i and I nfuiiitia Ware,4 Cilery f Lamps, Window Glasn.Taper i'snftinf;? Fancy (fOoi.Toictur.PieHMsi 1 Fnnip-.'f o feingtllaf e Lotfc . G jsP at s Wnrk Bao kets, V mfw Cornicp, Ciruin M '. - Vfndtw Shades, &c.- ifierciianr, J Tiktiu Hiss. AGENT FOR v ILL make advanfpa In !' Bn f,,minu supplies on Cotto ta be Khinnp.! tn i . - , - I r v fcn isw W house. - . ; ; Apnl 6j5iV 7 -77 : 7 f.f. ' ; AlCKSBURG'MISS., March 30 41 f . iSuccesfior to W. Halsmith .V Co . I QUUE38IOIX UCnQKAttT. bonier J Mulberry and South streets, -4 - ricksturo, Misst: AOENHOR 7-- i -v OAKEY & IlAWKt, ' n.,T7. . , . " ' New Orltaks. ILL furnish s:HWnf of Plantatiou suj plies and make lihpfnl rBf atr,,.- i.j cotton shippe , through tte to my friends Xessrs-v 'akey etc., N w Orleans " ... Agent for New Vorkife fnsnran eCrf., " -A.ina. insurance in, on slaves Hsr State Marine and Fire insurance co, Pat Hudson River ilarina and Fire Insu'e company, . - - . Granate Insurance compary Utica. ' 4nffust4l854. . D A N I LS,7 E T T, Wholes a t.b ixn irTiiTm -rfARDWAKE, CUTLERY, GUNS,-piC TOL AND APS, 4 riantation and Carpenter tools. , axoaoaoLu t stcss wu tuZ2 ri23f AND LAMPS 4 .Wood and Basket Ware, Twine, Cotton and .4 aniha Rope, Groceries, liquors and wines, hoice Green and Black Teas, &e.,&c, , ' Agricultural implemenis and Garden eeds .India Rubber Belting andteam Packing vicksburgt Miss,,- March 20th 1854 39-tf HAVIXO purchased the entiro interest of Mr. A. B. FAX TON in the late firm of FAN TON & TURLEY, the busines s will be conducted by the undersigned a in V . TURLEY,' "lB ru ironi, eastiside of Washington street first and second doors soutji of China St. .' '- 7 J cksburgVmaiy 4. Sucoecsofts to Nathan Jarvls & Co.;"' Cutiiet cf Cummon aiid Magaiii.e Sir eta, ntr t". . - V - . ?r f , -teW" Otlfit., Utter. for Sale, at che lowest mrkft prices a Urg ad t caret ully s-Iectrd f w ktikly, puio URUG6 an-J MEDICI Ns - ! , V b'rt ncb, nofish, Gi riiiairani! Chinicafp, puin t aiid Oils, Windaw GIVa.lilvKDypSi.ff , Prfumeri Sosp, Druslifs, TruVe, Favoring Lliraci, pure Km., nual Oile Digut " .y.Veast powdery L.1101 tTvrup, Paten1 Ma ifctn 8,Sh.ikersMIcrh?,Si.rlficarjiran;ei.is I ugeiher mtheierj article generalise jinprised i. the stork of Druggist or jejetan, n1 ever artice of Ile a, . e wanted on a p antHon; p.t u(. in a neat and pouvent atvle,U f wl,'c 'iuve been selected w.ili much persi-nl caie. at tf purchastd difcet fr m l!.b mannfactwrera r tf.e.r aaentMn tbU C)..-Htrd Eur pe. Alt thrir powlered du-i prepared from matenal car iu..y elertrti.,,d irC warranted arrieUj pure and ot rh best fjunliiy. - ; i 1 ' -. 4fTaneu.ei.ts.b .Te been made witfihe tt-i. fr,rera of QUWINE .0 be cii.,.,.tifc7o? ,f -r. -wv"V" '"', wnu n win be rolJ uie iMos reasonable terms. Agen i tonhe.eubraieJTKTIfiTr-JV ' su; ennr to any tt H e world. to lowing tenune PaTKNT RliiUrCINLS wr uown, ft u.e rro. rieura' wbol- IV ' w ; -. ' .... Vermin, 0-,id ff- rati Jamaica Gm, WWm.n' f-a , .Tiilii, tf Jna..nCt,o'ajr,ens Min -rNt .M3ricl FKlI SinxaonsL er A'edl..V, Clr.y-g Pai.nt OinT i nit ii.ii 77 I'lll Lit' l armti Uve aiid Asir.w S fMp, ' h".'s Exira t SSMn n ..II. ' . " : - ' T IT. 7Va B,', 5 S. tapaiilla ft .... -...uo nave ren.. fA fr.rt,T, j ..vwo.rawga, a supply of Cow-Water. - ' ,0. -JAKVJS, . o- o. vuunMA:r. 3 barrels rc reived by r thohpon t:ia?;uel. mar 5 I'XA t JOAT. -VNK Platboat 80 feet long, with wthotf WHOLESALE AtND-fiETAii. DEALER W 17ANCYand Staple Dry Goods, ct"hin J Boots. Shoes. HaLs. Cans Knrtlo i. 3 v., . 1 r - : i " I ;7 Tuo::r. - a euanuei. i pale by ORVIN XicUicrp f:y 4.