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1 r- '"7. anl f ; btg incM ,f fc,iti- pay m crop,, the a:- bit pri t ot 4 Ib there 111 upon She pojt ntition 11 new . i we wH r 1. . i hin de ll put an ool now nly re-- Ml pey wiu h wbicn jbut ono "hewere rs aiit' of LW. Co. Oiletns. bertl ad pe, and aot mora will. not W are . 1 e highest fi ificntion, y mertour . of others. CO. n30tf. kY : but re jrenada, tizens of . open a 1 the first 1 of five inshters.1 1 spared is useful E.P. vnr, ' 7 Boxes 7 of , . rear"' for sab JRMTURE fFUHNlTUlinTT" , JlrSCt EtblUhment in the'Southi At No. 171 and 172," . " Canal Street, ' ' Nen Orlc i 4, ALL NEW 'STOCK. 7 THR undersigned havln eoened a fend splendid assortment of - ' , KEW SOITHEHN FCRSITURE a prepared to supply the trade and families' the most liberal terms. This' being the only new stock In the city, purchasers will find it V their advantasra to call and examine the goods and learn the pricea, before purchasing -elsewhere. Will keep constantly on hand 1 Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, do . . do Armors, do do Tables," ; .. fo . . do Bureaus, . l i do , ' do Chairs, llattrasses. Pillows and Feathers together with a great variety or every article usually found in & Furniture Warehouse. J i i . ? -tru This is an entirely new establishment, nd no old stock on hand. k . , - 1 (r Hotel Keepers, Boardinghouse Keep ers, Piivate Families, and others, would find it jrreatly to their interest te give th'n store A " ) before purchasing elsewhere, as the pro lector la confident -he can offer them bet ter bargain than any other similar establish a raent in New Orleans. Nov. 30-ly - CI! AS. A. STEWART. . $75000 Wanted: . ltt undersigned wotijd respectfully rail the a teutlon of the fublic to his stock of goedijeonsi tiog of Clothing, Doote ar.d hoea, flats and Cap Donnett,(ioe Embroideries, Clack Italian mur lin Dehia Calicoes, Ucs'tery Irish Linen sheeting Shirtings, Ticking, Blnnkets, CarpUiag Rogu Saddlery and lot of Splendid rn'ton mad dou - bloCuni and Rifles, all of which I will tell at . COST FOR CASH. ' FELIX It TUIILE1T Opposite Washington IlUel Wathingtan Street, ' . Vicksbur? Missaippi. POJtTEIt AND iLE. 15 casks-B) as Porter, quarts and pints. 6 da do Pale Ale, pints just re ceived and for aale by -Nov. 30 DANIF.L SWETT. -AKUiri. 10 BALES OAKUM-JUST J received by Nov. 30.1855. S. GARVIN. EUCKWirCXT AND CIIEESC 50 boxes Buckwheat, ; 30 do Enjjiah Dairy Cheese; S6 cases P. A. Cheese just received rom New York, and for sale by Nov 30. 1855. DANIEL STFETT. .A n t a ft -w 0 vu mirinr i nafi i itt nvuv ho will crivo lessons in Commercial and mi : n.. Ornamental Pcnmanshipihose wishiu to write a neat and accomplished, hand would do well to avail themselves of the present opportunity. Terms, nvadollara per month. Specimcns'of writing can be seen by calling at his rooms, satisfaction given 1 .r 1 i . "or charge. Private lessons given if iiesireu, HOURS OF ATTFNDANCK. " .Gentleman's Class From 9 to 12, a. w (4 C to 9, r. m. Vtadiw' 1 u. iito 0, r. m. .Yazoo city November 23d. 1855 B. F. YORK S Co nfc ct lonary VICKSBURO MISS. 1 have purchased the entire stock of Messrs. VV. & M. Rojran and have received a large and ! well selected stock among which are the follow ing articles. -t-- Confectionary of every description, also Cordi- 1118, wines, irea rruius,yiouu, ricn-ics, iuiB, Prunes Foreign and Domestic, Brandy Fruits, ChampaiKneKuie best brands) Claret, Natural runs, DPiws, iu iacb ticijiuiiug n u- tnentjoned in tho wsy ofFancy Groceries and ' Tta BS Denartment is on an extensive scale Sach as to enable me to supply parties weddiogs tc at the shortest notice in the best style. . - . It shall be my endeavor to please such as shall patronize me, if attention will do it. My terms -are invariably cash, and with this as.my motto I can sell low and give satisfaction in every instance Ijam. prepared to supply country Merchants at wholesale prices. Store opposite Klein & Bro. Jewelry Store Washington street Vicksburg M Are now in receipt of the Large t and best selected. Stock of Fine Watche, Jewelry Stiver Ware &c, ever brcughtt) thij mar ket. Constating In part of Gentl Eine Gold hun ting Wa'.cRes,made to our own order In London; Ladies fine.Gold hunt ing and Diamond back WatchrsiFine Liamond Back watches: Fine diamond sets of Breastpins Earrinsrs bracejets and rinzs. toeether with ell kinds of Jewelry kept In a Jewelry store and , SilirerWare in sets of 3. to .f piece k Silver Knivs F jrks,Spoons Cups Goblets Salt Stands 'ii r ncthlnir New We ht: 2 in connection with our. Watch De - cartment. the mauufacturinz of Silver Ware Jewelry Setting Diamond in the most bdau tiful style - v - ExTavlng executed as asusuaL , ' .' x , ViPcksbur;t ' ' ULEIll & BRO. " n trir::n ccr.oA telvets. aroons, &.c, for Mantles and Trim 3,at JACKSON, IIANLOVE & CO'S i.ov. so, is:3. ; ;. " : .;.:: WE Y .FALL CLOTHING! We would invite Lha attention cur r :r- .2d the r---3 Cenerally in want cf Good CIothin.T ; t9 c ;r ?r.t,txhcre r . 3 t:ca cf t!;2 r. !d C!o:hiL v . 1 ; v....v. Ut 3 L la t'. 2 City, prcMit'-itr'. : s. -1 v. - ( " -: i i L.3 r.r; : c r c.: .j ta .1. t v. :ic .. . . cf c. r Ctir. . - J A CCULCOTI. VUL.,-urjr.:i J.WRIDOELI. JJlI.liOCKltT3 JOHN D.TTSIirLL ' IUDULLL R0BCRT3 & TERRELL, .. " ; C0:JIV5I0NHiERCIUKTS.', '. . . No 13 Carondaltt Stieet. - ; - " -'Xfcb Orleans. . ' - ' Nov. 23 ly. ZC?" J. II. Rotus of the above firm has lo cated ln' Yazoo'CiTy, tn is prepared to make liberal cash advances on cotton shinned to 1he above house and to fill all orders for supples &.c Uthce at Hijrginbotham a Co.; Main ct. N OTIC Ev - THE fiim of J. llrard li Co, is d'.tolved by mutant consent. ; Thebutinei will be ttanidation By the undesigned,: All persons IndebUJ are re aueiud to call and setth wiiho t '"Int. v: . SAM, V. 4.iTl HCLL. ' , ' 4 J. N. R4TCLIFF. Nov. 93J 53. .St. - . .; '-" J N. RATO LIFF. " - - dealer in; ;.J-; STAPLE AND FAXCY DRY CCODS, Yazoo City, ISlss. RESPECTFULLY loforma hit frh-Js and the public, that he it now opening a fttj and detira- ble asaonment of - , , DU1T GOODS, earefully selected for this Mtrket, which he oflcrt t unuuall low piicet for Csth, and cash only .lie fels confident that he can offer su' h in due met, to cash buyers, as will make it their in terests to eaU and look at hit assortment, and re. spect fully solicits the patronage cf lha pudlic generallv. Nov. 23d 55, 2t. ' UNtilVALED STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER I Ii Y GOODS. "JACKSON, M ANLOYE, &CO. Ilaying received their late extensive purchases, now offer to buyers a very lar0 and splendid assortment of new a; popular goods, at prices that cannot f ai to please. JLhcir department ot nno goods embraces elegant and novel styles of Ladies' Dress Fabrics, such as Silk Robeu. Black White and Colored; Plaid Silks, everv shade: Moir Antidue. Plain Striped and Plaid; French Merinoes; Fgured (all wool) Delaines; Satin du (Jlnne and batm Jirocha, a new & beau tiful article for Ladies' dresses; Also El rwrrfint MAirl Antinnft I .InoVa A TVTinf inc. Yelvit, Satin and C!oth Cloaks and Tal- mas;White Opera Cloaks, a beautiful ar t'clclthe latest and rr""V 4' bnabl; shades; " "' viack,Blue anu iuu. v civeia ior uasque bodies and other purposes; (Joiorcd and i 7 . best shades. Splendid stock of Black Silks. These gooJs have become more de sirable than ever and the splendid stock wo have to exhibit, and tne great bar gains we shall onVr,- will make it an ob ject of every persoc to examine our ' stock. t 1 Ladies will find our 6tock, also, re plete with Choice Fancy Articles, such as Moire Antique and llich Plaid Sash Ribbons? Plaid Itibbons for Trimming ' Moire Antique and other styles Dress lrimminrrs. JVloire Antique Uelts, and numerous other very desirable fancy articles. Splendid stock of Paris Embroideries comprising all the novelties in Collars and bleeves; Lace Lollaretts, Lace slee vps Lar TTandkprfliipfa Enihroidprtd ves, Jce iianaKerciiieis, iniuroiuereu ""7 w and Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs; also, :r -r- , r . r, . - ljne 1 0 Goods for Mourning -Lupin's best quality iiombazines, Jilack (all wool) - " omi -nr ' i trL . Delanes,. Silk Warp Alpacca. Mohair! , Lusters, Superior "lack English CJrape, DiacK oiiK, etc., Dupenor OtOCK'Ol .ndi and Ensllnsh Chintzes and cali- coes, Large stock of Long cloths, Shirt t !mva nn4 TvoV. T inana fli Vvasf O t- mrtaf miLa auu xi eu uiuvuoj uu wok laa "vj popular make. HOUSE KEEPERS DEPARTMENT. "Wq have a superior stock of goods in this line, and ask special attention to an eligant assortment of Double Satin Da masks, Rich curtain Damasks. Lace & Muslaiu - curtains, Beautiful Marseilles Ouilts.New StvlesDimitv counterpanes. Extra tine 14-4 Bed Blankets, with a large stock Sheeting Towellings, dec. GENTLEMEN.S DEPARTMENT. New style fancv Cassimeres T31ack Doeskin Cassimeres. All "Wool Tweeds and Union CasimeresJ Superior Black Satin and Silk Uraraa. Silk rockeet Handkerchiefs. Silk Suarjenders. Bape rior Back Gloyes and Gauntlets, Xume- seventy. "Jily hair has noj. attained tis on v.:Aa itr;v 'oi av,w to Urinal rolor. You can recommend it to the . . i iuus juuuo oxlujl uuu uuaavi . iuui Shirts and Drawers, tosather with a va riety of other articles for Gentlemen's use. " , Also, a large assortment of Goods nA VtV.o wi. . - :: V . ' .. .1 x-ianrs una uujc iieraiijr a. i . 1 . i i save money by- examining our unusual lv larce Btock ot lientuckv Janes and Linseys: 3-4, 7-8, ana 4 4 1X) wells, Dest make; Kenrackr Jvnit l arn Bocks, wool llats. El"ck"and White: Heavey Navcy and Cimr on Blankets; Plaid & Linseys for Cervr-r.ts Dresses: Brown " Bleached chut.: general!' u we are prepared offe r.rwtrnnfa . 31 hAvmk aW equal i 3 ...... . ourimeni wil fce phd hc.r r t, and lower iu pn- &Tets js p&ri-, Tenn. ...i assortment cne ar in siiuwiun .11 time:, .vh a call. to thosa lUGn, VELl - 44, 8-4 and V TLC ' ncr and r' d;V;u nrai-rJAKO ' 1TA r.:"T fittrrrs iu CI;.!i tz.l c. T.OXII0 ci V T Enocf -."ial. - . T It rc rr.rry t J Cc-;j; Ililr t"i Teeth En; 3 vC-C j rwrr iia llil'l -iu ' I ILL i READ AT D JUDGE FOR- ; . " YC URSELVES. '..' PROFESS O.iWOOD'3 Hair Restorative, is no doubt t! j most wonderful discovery of this ageof r ress. Tta foilowing is from. s, raft distinaished ni3mbe of the medical pro tfwaion: St. pATji, Januajy, 1, ld55. . Paor. O. J. Woon Dear Sir; Unsolicited I send you this certi3cate, After being near alwaya fresh and good; towit: - -ly bald f f a long time,' und having tried all the Batter. Cheese. Fish ; Lard, Fruits kc.r hair re? 4 .ratives extant, and havinsr nofavor Of ftrftnrlt VV.'n i.m t - t. nany I was induced; on hearinir ofvours, tdrstk skk "m -s. Pbe ft a trUL-,J FlacH rnyseif fn thehirof a I her, and had tz ...ad robbed with pa rood brosh;.and the RestoraUve then aDnliod and well rubded in, till the scalp was all a irlosa I his I repeated evey morninir,' and in three weeks the- young hair appeared and grew dly from August last up to the preseDt tim. and is now thick, black, and strong soft and oleasenttothe touch, hereas, before it was harsh and wiry, what little there was of It and that little was disappearing rapidly. -.Vr I still use your Restorative about twice a week, and shall soon have a good and perfect crop of hair. , Now I have read of these thinga and who has not! but have never seen hitherto any case in which any person's hair was real- y benefited by any of the hair tonics &c. oft the day; and it really gives me - pleasure to re cord tne result of my experience. I have re commended, your preparation toothers and it already has a large and general sala through out the Territory." The, people here saw, its effects and have confidence in it. All who have used it here will coincide, with me in what I have wrilten. The supply you sent us as the wholesale agents for the Territory is already .-i t.j i i r. . ;Z You deserve credit for your discovery. I for one return my thanks for the benefit it has done me, for I had long ago dispaired of effect ing any such result I congratulate you that your fortune (and a large , one) is already made. . J; W.BOND. Firm of Bond & Kellogg, Druggists, St. Pa M. T. ... ; The undersigned. Rev. J. K. Bragg, is a minister in regular standing, and Pastor of the orthodox Church at Brookfie Id, Maes. He is a gentlaman of considerable influence, and u- niversally beloved. WII. DYJSK. Brookficld, Jan. 12, 1855. (COPY.) Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say; that its eflect has been excellentm re- inn animation dandruff, and a constant intent,. ' wita wmc nave been troubled v '" W f o r-'-rH my hair, nal color. cd no othw-r--f-ivith any tiling liketneame pleasure andprofit. Jfours truly, J. K. BRAGG. Cariyle. Ill .June 27th, 1853. I have used Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and have admitted its wonderful effect. UJy hair becoming as I thought, prematurely gray, but by the use of his Restorative, it has resum its original color, and I have no doubt, perma nently so. " SYDNEY BREECE. Ex-Senator, United States. ViscENffES, Indiana, June 10th 1853, Prof. O.J. Wood: Dear Sir: As you are about to manufacture extensively and vend your recently discovered Hair Restorative, I will state, for whomsoever it may concern, that I have used it. an J known others use it; this I have for several been in the habit of using other hair restoratives, and that I find your vaptlv supenor to any other l know U en tirely cleanses the head f om dandruff, and with one months proper use ill restore any person's I . . . ' . 1 .Lf .1 -LI . nalr 10 lIe ngnai youmiui coior ana vexiure . with,, enf. und irin.w npnfiinr3. Jnd a without discoloring the hands that HP' " i .1 : . .(i,.. . ... .. ry one aesirous of having a fine color and texture of hair. T - Respectfully Yours ; WISON KING. A GENTLEMAN WRITES TO HIS FKISXDS IB HEW Bedford thus: To your inquiries I would reply that when I first commenced using Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, my hair was almost white,1 and had been so for , the last ten years and it was very thin on the , top of my head, and do . do i'lain uoiorea ouks, very loose, and pulled out freely, but I found Superior Elendel, warranted not to shrink; that before I had used all the second bot- White. Red and Yelfow Flannel, all quali- tie fwhich was eiffht weeks) mv hair was "t SZl u uwrj"e.riJo and Linen De- uurei,w,3v: r t'iw 11 ' n ti ii . n nuw net? iiuiii unuui 1111 ii.ii ti i quite moist. I nave had mj haircut five r.r aSv'timaa !nt tha hinv. and ha vo uever eron anything like white hair start from the rootf, and it is now as tuiex as it ever and does not come out at all; it has proy ed in my caie all that! could wish or ask. Julj 1, 1854. ' - , Fours &r, Gtrdirier,- Me., June 3?, 1B54 Mr Djrer,-17ear Sir j I hare nied two bot ties of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative," and can truly say it is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing ine nair. - Pefora usine it. I was aserer as a man of i i' . . " .. . . .. I a . .. , , , , - - - - lna " t Yours Siu DANIEL N. JfUBPHY.- .114 Market st St. Louis, Mo., March 8 1835. for DearSr; I am doing an extensitre travel l in the rest and southwestern btatep, as a 1 1 1 Jam.'' 1 ilna.i 'n' l.ini. vvm n woul1 be M lf you Would favor i i i rener&i sucm iui auaiua iusi' - me a consignment orrror. ;woois n ur Ke storative as I feel assured that I can intro duce ii in any p aces where it is not known as my own heaa i a living tefctimony of it valuable properties in restoring "hair is it natural color.. I am forty years old and my hair is as beautiful auburn as it was at eigh and teen, and much improved in. appearance 1, & Domestic Goods and I would not be whhour a bottle on hand to 1 for the price often; I should ue giaa to at Mend Jo an vl matter that is connected with the I'- Mve I have been for t eeame busine-,nd -oueoou. My ad teen treira en-t'c-i ,(" TO- Prepared and eo'.i" a lli Ilarket street, - between FoVriV. and 'Fif: , St Lou is Ho., t-i 515 Dr.iJcrt;, Kaw York. A very lilcrtl r.tls tD . trhole- pure izzzrzi : . irr..-;r- j by 0. O : CX tad in : O., frr Lin-a ".:") 1 :'.3 trtr. t r r.. . rcr." ey l t t5 rr.a - :. LE, cuiTiiEii i ii:ci:a::d, -cac an Ictail Dealers', In viNEa, liquouu and cigaRo; jNcs IC Cftaal and 15 r.an Ctreets, ; - " T - WEV ORLEANL. We are prtp. Jo fill all orders for Wes ter PrpdaceFamily, Groceries, Plantation BDpplieifahdBarandEoatSiore8. ' . - Many articles of Familr Groceries we have made' arranger-nts to receive in small lols.at ahort i ntervl , la order to have them rrurt-m Y i"'-" "M-TV.,,M8 &n - a UmnOB House of Havanna keeps uppiiea with choice Brands which, we Bel' on commission. , , - v-. German Cigars Ve bare also leeeiva'd a consienment of German Cicrara at low nri- ces to sell on commission. ' Tobacco-Of choice brands as well asoth- er'ffradea ws shall elwAva IrnpnV we shall elways keep a large . asn -T-"I j ' v . Prder to equalire prices, we propose to eI Jn toe lowest cssh rates, an charge interest from : the date of sale, when negotiable paper is received in pay. ment. , CLAIBORNE STEELE, J. C. SMITHER, : l PINCKARD, april 20,. HARDAlVAY a WHITE. VICKBURG, MISS. -. Wholesale ane retail dealers In UALS. - DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, Oils, Paints and Painters Articles, Varnish WINDOW GLASS AKD EDTTY, GLASSWARE, rriiFUMjauY, ,fiwe - soaps, - FINE HAIR & TOOTH BRUSHES. SURGICAL & DENTIL LSTRIMEMS, Trusses and supporters of all kinds, SPICES, SNUFFS, MANUFACTUR ED TOBACCO, ALL THE PATENT OR PROPRIETA RY MEDICINES OF THE DAY- Superior Inks, Pure Wines and Brandies for We, - es for C&.ii, and ot goods t- . they can be obtain ea from any simibr-rstalishracnt in this section. WARRANTED TO BE FRESH, PURE AND GENUINE. Orders from the Country promptly filled, and satis fac ion guarunted wtth regard both to price and quality. Y v PIIYSICIIXS'S PRESCRIPTIOXS. Willreceivdpirticular attention at all h ours of the day and night. " " O. O. WOODMAX. D.A. LACY. GE). HUNNEWLL O O. WOODMAN & CO. WHOLESALE and Retail Drug gists, and dealers in Paints, Oils, Window (iJass.Books and Station arv. 2 doors from Washington i Hotel, Vicksburg, Aliss. sept IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES A ND other persons wishing to boy anyihins XV in tbe way of Staple and Fancy Dry I Good . la it to know that Shulz, Bodenheim j I . v - L t J-. .t. ato., nave now on nana laeir new swre rn,nof n Pa. riflW vrv r splendid stock, comprising almosr - every arti uC uU,u,)U. u .uw.us r."T I ,. (every article will be offered at a very small ad ,.,in u .fToo,! ro 0.11 -,1. vance on Importers prices In tneir Stock can be found. f s , Ameriean Prints of th richest styles: . I wj IV" -,7 .""6"-r"w -s I American rod t rench umgnams; Black and Mourning Ginghams; French ank English Merinoes of all colors: Plain lilack toil a supemor ar.icie, Rich Figured and r laid Black Silks, ties; - - r" - - i English and French Calicoes. veoy hand- I Some lurKey Ked. Hosiery uipves cc SHULZ, BODENHEIM & co. Vicksburg oct36 Just iteceived. - . ' DOZ Lorillards Scotch Snuff . . ' f 10 dox do Macaboy do , .' . 10 12 doz do Kappec do - 40 doz Rooms Scoth Snuff in bladers. 30 doz do Honey due snuff '. -y : . . -:! also - , " . - 600 LBS Peare Starch ( 1000 do ' Castile soap 5 Boxes Thompsons Foiled Snap ci 't-l also - ' - f' -" ; . 4 barrels Madeira Wine ' - " l ' j 2. do ," Monongahela Whisky For sale low for cash by"" - " ... ; , . ; .w : PBCOOK&CO. r Yazoo City July 6. -.. . " NOTICE - to -ffiniss- jpubmc; The undersigned having closed but , his ! nterest in the Hotel business to Mr. N. W. obson, would respectfully take thia meth '. ' il .! HI - : . II... tl od of informing the puMio generally- that ne intenas commencing ins viu uuismwa Bricklaying and would be thankf'ii for a fair share of public patronage piantauoa .wont particularly desired and will be promptly attended to, whenever called upon .Re Mr - j spectfully; .' 1 . ' " - ' t Yazoo City: 26 1855. - . ' I . . an -. jmL m JMklvV im -"--.t t-eccivcil 2dc2Thcra'a - "t 24 doYetrc rV 50 disTiitilsf Crcj 12 del 7L::3 tt Er-:3 w 1C3 dcsPt;r.t. . , " 1C0 cVs r-.!x M lcr r-'i t - PD Cc-T ;. 37 cac:i ai:d clac: SCC1 Coses ITiriaw Gl:rs,y:t rscchi jr-talDty IIAr.DAVAYiVIIlTII ; IJEVrORLML'SCABDS Direct Tra r; r.urcr-n .:r.;jf TJpOREICIJ Und. Domestic Cottca Factorr J? ' Genera! Importing and ExportingCotn-. mission TIerchants, No. 40 Campstreet,corn tiraVitr,New Orleans. La. ng31. , J IS ' VERNON Si CO.. Agents J.'JiHVc: , C. HTLLSTKD, LaXt of YuiOoCityr Ntw Orleans. IIUOHU3, XIYEEE5TED Ci Co. . (Successor to J. G. Cocks 61. Co.) OOMMISSION"HEROHAKTS. New Orleans. A. P. COCUBA2T. z ' ' 11. s. hall A. P. COCHRAN & HALL, And Importers of lalna Cc Sicily v -FrulM, Nnli, act ' ? . NoJ 37 j Guvigtt St, New Qbucot. "TXVlOEEtT &. CO., r--.G BO CEItS, cxttnf9im, Receiving and Foruafdng MERCII AtlTS.V. tl akd 22,-Nkw Lxtke Strict,' jee. 23. 24-1 v. Xatr Orleans. JIV. A. HANNEY. & CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '" French and American . . HATS. CAPS. STRAW GOODS, UMBRELLAS fiC. No 77 CANAL STREET (SOUTH SIDE) JNew Oklhaks, Febuary lst55. WI LAM R" STUART ITCO., , GOTTQH FAGTQHS . COMMISSION MERCHATS, i , New. Orleans. Office 91 Common St., opposite Verandah Ho oct. 6. ! .' . " J. P. McDONNOLD & CO., ' DEALER IW , HATS, GAPS, UMBRELLAS AND HAM MOCKS, Boots, Shoes, Trunks Valicea and Carpet Bags Particular attention paid to family order. Camp 16 and 18 street. City Hotel HHaskbll New Orleans March 30 4l-ly. WALTEB COX. M. OILLI3 K. 8. BOYD. COX, GIIXIS & BOYD, (Late NALJJE, COX & Co.) COTT OS FACTORS, AND No. 41 UNION ST, nrar carondalkt.1 REFER TO j JAMES ROBB, &. Co, New Orleans. V f5. BOYD, Natchez -nr ? a r.r.orr, n- -r-. Gt " WM. E. MILU DANIKL MILES & ADAi, COTTON F OTO R 3 , COHHISSION MERCHANTS. No.3, Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEA1NS CARPET VJAHEIIOSE A. Brosseau & Co., Irnportera and Dealers ' in Carpetincr, jloor. Oil Cloth, Matting, dec.,' wholesale and retail.- ' V . nov. 15 1855. . . 19-ly. DUlo; - W,l.ll,r UllciucipiJiu. ttuuipi j WSffiar chouse. CjtGN of the Golden" Horse tlSoaA "Kn A MmroTino Sf anil I Head No 8 Maffazine 1 0 vanai gireeu MAGEE & KNEASS, Manu- facturera and Importers ot Sad dlery Harness, Trunks Carpet Bags &c Leather Materials and f indings for Saddlers, Coach Trunk and Shoemakers, comprising one of tha largest and most complete assortments to be found in the ctty. PLOUGHS Carey, Dudley and Peacock Ploughs of everescripUon and style. Mesralia IO,") , F.. Masons and Sons Of T Re-yT, galia and Paraphrenaha of every des- J caption j the largest and most complete assortment to be fonnd in the .United States. India Rubber Belting, Packing eve., Magee d Kneass are the Principal Agen'f Tnr ihff RpH5ntr Camniinv fnr th aula tf lnAt " . . .r'vii . s. . Rubber BelUng and Packing for steam Joineha rnritftl Alt u I Jin I uuuuo, and Bellers; Hose of every size, together with Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes c.t a complete assortment ot an aesenpuon 01 . . . . . . .. India Rubber Goods which they oner at tne lowest market rates. ' Look for the -Large Horse standing in the Cor No. 8 Magazine street. J- . - Aoril 30 s Arcade . Motel, Magazine St., New Orleans, between Gravier ' and jyatchex; 1 R S. MORSE Proprietor. - r V : TUB proiHletor would respect roily Y inform his friends and palrons,and the l!!H Y Public ccnerttlly.tbat this welt known public gcnerallyttbat this weh known '!' m..A 1- vt:i 4 1 I mm j)i ui. ciiauuiuuicut uam ueou thoroughly renovated ihe past season and newly furiflshed througbooi. A large extension of room las been obtained by the proprietors reeling the adjoining portion of the tie building, whica will enable htm to accommodate a much larger num ber of customers than last winter. ' . No expense has been spared by the propr etor.t 1 maVe him to merit a continuance of the gener w ....... cry exertion will be made by himself aiullas-ist- ani to render mo sojonrn oi ma guesia not only . . .s 1 cc:tortaMa uut agreraDie. Or Cae ' great convenie attached to this ho tel is, that meals can be had at almost all hovrt. march 33, 55 , - 43-Iy Ilardaway d& Vhita have renoved their Druj esd-Cheziicil -V7 erehouso; to the ccr, ner cf A7tsictcn tnd Clay 'street, cpo sitatba EtL!:i Ilcrse cf Erovro & John- aUa where! tttj 'jrilt be Isusd .to ee thtlr cH custcatrs . Yizzz ir; cov 1 6. cf CIC "! Cz -' :;rci t-1 v. rriHr - v, tc-' - '-itb3 , i Tr . ' Cry cza cu:t .r.i'dty ic.;: V . s - Arid Cc . ". .. . . vi l.wa'w.... CK.tME9 W.nBlKTTC5 CrO.iiM'A " uccesscr to Geo. Czzzdzz Co. . - - GROCERi-V PRODUCE . COMMISSION ,:.2IEBCHAKTI. I ' ; - ' UOEhTB FOR '' CEO ZZZZy Ct CO April su . . - E. BIIULZ. . D. EODK3SrHEX2I : O. H. ESSJT ; ; SHULZ,"BODEimEIM & Co., Wholesale an J ZtU.il JHiltrt la TjOREIGN and Domestic. Dry Goods Coota X1 Clothing Shoea, KitS Capa , Cutlery, Gun Pistols &e, &c- u . ; ; Corner of Washington an i Grore streetj and ' next corner to the Post Office, Vickaburj. . Wholesale Department 2d and 2d stories. - AprU20 r 44t-f. MISS. S. P. BIUELOW & Co., -FASHIONABLE . MILLINERY: East side of Washington Street, Vicksbf" Hiss, FRENCH Bonnets and Flowm. ML Hats, Dress Caps, Mourning Bonnets &c, constant ly on hand. Orders promptly executed. Yicksbnrg May 10. v.: i ;- :T:r:-, DUFFOUISCN - " PPw ODU CE & COMMISS IO K Merchant, ' . Vlcksburc EIls., AGENT FOR new Orleans., . WILL make advances In cash anT furnimh supplies on Cotton to be shinned to tha ahova house. ; K ' I' -' . n a April 6 '55 ' uf. i B. S. TAPPAN & CO- Hardware, i r o n, ste i - VICKSBURG MISS., uarcn 30 4i ;. .. ,. v . 1. 0 AMI EL SWETT WHOLESALE AVD RETAILER III HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS. PIS TOLSAND CAPS, Plantation and Carpenter's tools. cszsa ezai k btsz visa; cnza vm AND LAMPS ' -" Wood and Basket Ware, Twine, Cotton and trfaniliaRope, Groceries, Liquors and wines, choice Green and Black Teas, &&, &c Agricultural implemenis and Garden Seeds. lAtA Rubber Beltinj and team Packinj )HY GO Olo. K-i ii 1 w . ifi 11 'w w m ltfJ m w niroa rir SIERY, ETC., ETC.: Washington street, Vicksburg, Mississippi. July 20-n9 WM. H. STEVENS & CO c l 0 t u 1 a o a c a c harts -NO. 2,WASHIBGTOH ST., , VICKSBURC MISSISSIPPI. Mtice. HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. A. B.FANTON in the late firm of FANTON & TURLEY, the buaineaa wii be conducted by the undersigned . FELIX R. TURLEY, ( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 1h XpANCY and Staple Dry-Goods, Clothing JL Hoots, Ctioes, Hats, Caps, Saddlery &c. at the Iron front, east side of Washington street first and second doors south of China at, " ' Vicksburg, may 4. Z " S. GARVIN, , Cocualsston and Forwardlnsr ' MERCHANT, - ' J.' 20 - Mulberry street, Vicksburg, A. GAMBLE. " C. SKATES, G AMBL2 Si SKATES, rj A DM P f Tl K? T? P V ft Mtott,.Wl A RE prepared to execute . Monument Xx. Tombs,' &c Headland Foot; Stones, Carving and Engravings Marble Mantle Caps, Sills, and Steps for Building,"1 JKsr f oreign and I'omestic Marble con stantly on hand, and manufastured to order at Northern prices. - AH business Intrusted tr a wi" meet rompt attention , ; 5 ' COWAN, CHAPIN & JACK,, ?i DEALERS IS I n m t t t-i b tia lfnir n n W n n r mi ot Tnln lf j JACHSIV, I3ATri.OVEC;Co. . - SUCCESSORS TO - " " - . H O .TAfTFCSON &. Ho. . .. . arav mjft sua A . "-v CraM 1 m w 1PM JT bfOLPIPS, - -. wAsmscToa st 1 ' , VICXSBVRG, KISStSIPFf . Splendid Jttry Goods. UOVVAM, CUAPIN & JAC; 1 VlUP...Arf,An;.(' Tk...J tr.t....:. f t V" , 5.. ings; ' Embroidered Ilnslin Cleeves; I i .do - " Cactric ' do 1 - : . do4 " - do Gets; f' - '; do- , .IJuslj doj -- .' - -' uo) - i ournuco;- - , , do , Ilisdkerc: !?' ; . " - do ' rciifist Lc i ' LaMiea, Hi.y, aJ rests nrr.Si!tck!L! Hikfs; . ; . - - . White Jacctts, Cacahricaand Hv.lir,3; . l-VI . .3 .. ' .' . 'I" W j. V A Plaid, t C;ri;cJ tzl CLi IIuus r- 3 j Wsinsooks Ladies trj rents Hi J Gicrts, all ccr:; b Pliia, Blaci tri Hred Cls; Eonnst Hitbca; Prir.trl Jtcsnc'j tr. 1 ITutlir. : ; Cr ji:.h and Ac;ri::3 rf.ziz; E!icli6JCcicrci C:,..Jii Ltd :?s vi::d cct: XI.-: V o Gcnti dir.. x : ith ::i r-M t 3 trrrc'.: J ::t rsctivei I 0 ! jAc::co:i, uatilovd & co. Vicksburg IJcv. CIJ. 'i5. lm. i ' V T ' '