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Mr. Ernst WVIIuiicr,
JROFESiOK OF MUSr.otTera hi pro'1
lession&i terriers 10 me citizens of Yat '
City and vicinity. Ilia rooms are on the floor
over Witsoit's Jewelry Store, formerly occu
pied m Haguerrean Gallery, where he will be
happy to g;ve lessons to Gentlemen on the
Flute, iolia and Guitar, lie will also form
a Sincing Class for Gentlemen, Ladies and
Children,
Ladies wishing Jura to give lessons At
their houses, will please notify him,
Tysons will commence on 5l"nday,the 24th
instant. Dec 2 1:3 1 tf
FACTORS, AND 4
miSSION MEHC1IAXTS,
TO THE PUBLIC
Five Hundred Dollars It c ward
WILL be paid or any ir formation that
may lead to the detection and convic
tion of any person or persons at any time
found cuttingthe Telegraph Wire, post, trees.
We have suffered severely of late by the fre
quent and wanton destruction of our line by
pome evil disposed persons, who, while gaining
nothing themselves are inflict'ng a serious loss
and injury upon the community. We there
fore call upon all good citizens to aid us In fer
cctting out these miscreant as it U equally to
your interests as well as ours, fo thee is not
one of you, let his position be ever bo retired,
but what may at some day or other, experience
1ho blessings and advantages resulting from
the use of the Telegraph
Very Respectfully.
JNO D. MEEDS,
. -' - Operator in charge.
Yazoo C.ty Pec. 21, 1855.
n.jtx.
cot
nrvrnn
No. 83 GravLr Strrct.
rferai NEW ORITANS. i
I4 actors nnil General
commission merchants; ;
Nj. 9o Gravier "streetT " '
, .-: NEW ORLEANS.
tD7io'oflor ti e r best anviera to jlintrn and
Men h.int and proiuli attention and pomutnecs
to all cumiffncnt sntruatrd to their cue.
HOLMES $ HYATT, Agent rv
dec2l Yazoo City.
LUC I.lCIt WATEIX.-Just receiv
4ed a fresh supply of Rlue Lick Water.just
from the Sprinct, put up in bottles, by . -deal.
- II R DA iVAY f WHITE.";
D AMD JUDGE FOR,
YOUIELVES. :
PROFES: 3R WOOD'S Hair Restorative,
5ardcn Jccd.
A fr sh supply of Landorth'a just re3,d by
dec30 . THOMPSON & EMANUEL.
id i3 continu-
rwerhavc a very
Selltai nt Cost for Thirty
OWING to tho epidemic, cn
ance to so late a per;Jd,tvc
aarg stock on nand or
Winter Clothingr.
Consisting of every variety of Over-Coats,
Dress Coats, Frock Coats, Cloaks and Tal
mat, Fancy Cas,Panta.Black Doeskin Pants,
Plush Vests. Cloth Vests, Silk Vests, Satin
Vests. Childrens CUthing. Which we will
offer at Coat for Cash I
(de21) WM. H. STEVENS & CO.
TILACK. SILKS. Moire Antique, Plain
1J Gro de Nan;: Elecrant Robes, Flounced
Robca. &c , comprieins the most elegant -" aa
aortment of Dlack Dress Goodj in mirket, and
ofiered at very low-" prices, by
(de21) JACKSOiV MANLOVE & CO.
N E WBOOKSi
-"l "- TTTT.Il B. COOK k,CO .
Have just received a large and fine assort
ment of. miscellaneous works, consisting in
part of the following; viz:
Ktatesmam's Manual; Drake's Discoveries
Wesley's Works; Religious Encvclopedia;
Dfe ot Bascom;.Gavazzi'a Lectures; Temporal
power of the rope; Lncyclopedia Americana;
Pictiral Wars; x 011s of the tsiresi Cummings
on Romanism; Great truths by great AutHors;
Thiers Napoleon; Washington and Generals;
Kinvan'a letters; fitdy of the West: Legisla
tive Guide; Masonic Trestle Board; Baptismal
Font;Shakspcare;IWton: Pope: Moore: Barns:
Scott's and .lemon's poems; Female life among
the Mormons: Old Horn !steacl: The Hatch
man: Voice to America: The Hidden Path; I
sora Child: Pollock's course of Time: The life
of S. S. Prentiss:, with a eplendid lot of Christ
mas and New Year's presents also, an excel
lent assortment of S;hool Bo ks.
Yazoo City Dec. 14, 1855-ly.
O. O. WOODMAN.
? TMPORTER and dealer in choice Drugs, se-
-J. lected Medicines, Pure Chemicals, hssen
h Oils and Medicinal Extracts, Fine Perf"
ca ty and Fincy Soaps, Patent Met!
r' Int.mm-r.ts, Jrr" ' ..u. -Are
a,Z4.'i r - ' ' findow Glass,
u..nts, Oils, DyVtuffVw.
X -Druggists Thysicians, Co-intry Jlerchants
ind Pla iters, who purchase medicines of first
quality, may rely upon being mited. Corner
Common and Magaiine 5ts., New Orleans.' -Dec.
21.1855.
O UKDHIES Su .nrLoaf, Clarified and
O Brown; 3olas?e, Barrels and half barrels:
Nails, Axcp,1Iot3J Shoe Tvlails; Iron, Tenne
8&& and Juniatta, large stock: Plows, Hall
Spears', and Baliengcr: Wagons, Ox and
Ilorse carts: Pork, Mens, 100 barrels: Jean?,
lust ? fitcccivcd
45 Reams of Note Paper, Assorted,
10 Beams Foolscap paper superfine blue,, rul
ed
10 Reams Foolscap paper superfine white ru
led
25 Reams Foolscap paper superfii e plain
6 Reams Letter paper Extra Blue Post
10 Reams Letter paper Quarto Po t Blue Rul
ed
6 Reams Congress paper Cap Blue Laid
6 Reams Commercial Note extra Bluff Laid
Ruled
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""pVerfoK & Co-,
School Notice.
. APPLICATIONS will be received at the
counting ro in of S. T. Mass y, untill Monday
the 24th day of December, for four Teachers
in the Public School, Yazoo City, viz; A prin
c'paluid assistant in the male departmcnt,and
ajp incipal and assistant intlie rem le depsrU
ment. R. ABBE Y, Secretary.
Yazoo City, Dec. 14, , . n30 2t."
Xotlce.
THERE will be a meeUng of the Overseers
r i Vnznn f!nnntv on Vr'.ilsv tlif 5fith inst . Bt
Linsey and Lowells: 1 obacco.TIams anc Lnrd, the pour nou,e, wo miles South of the Pond.
Candles and Soap: Boots and Russettafcr Ne
roes: Plantition supplies tn frencral lor sale
, SMKDES, HAMPTON A' Ca
nlc21 .
'CJ AGE. 200 pounds fresh Sage just re-
O ceived by
de21 II A B DA WAY St WHITE.
CANAL ST., CORNER OF BOURBON.
TOURO'S BVILDINGS
.J.LEVOIS&CO,,
WVRR fur mle iu'etidid ajunortment of Drr
J V Ojoda of their own innoMnlion xd f- tic
tv1:ati't i'c3:ripioiip, ix:
Clack Filkariaiii rnt fisjwnd Polt de Sole,
Irmurr, Vl niiinoe, Ki y-1-, Ca.liimer. Urt d'
A lm. Lnvat ne.it 1 tin and colored PulTtn.
Colored Silks Qros do Naplra'of si: ro'or,'
Jrosde Naples itriped an pi id; New style
'Foulard Uobe. o'.ain aud fancy moire an'lqne,tr.
Rich wedd ng Wrse moire ornqu, RicJt floin
ced moire niique.new stple flouncfid Ber6? ;
Embrolderif 1 A menificent of sort men t o( all
the new ityleof Collars, Bcrihcs, B nques, Colla
rate.. &e . Embroidored Ilaudiierchief, Guipure
Virt. F!inbroidrrrl Mrninff Rol es Hand of
nil detcrip'iirn. ChildIn, Mara Roes, Fa
letoti !oik cle. C ildrcn'a mi'ilin pamlrta etc.
Rich cahmere ahawla, Rich canton rrapc rliawli
Rirh nlaid wlln ahowla Rich rral laced
awIa,BPk Grenadine thawlt, ineino and caah
mere ah wis. , . , . -
Clolis JlfentilLa flc--,riain and embroiitrtcd
Velvet Cloaks, pluin nnd enibro.c'ered Cloth
loV Mines Cloth Talntas and Padhse, New
rttlraaiBnilis and perlnOrera Cloaka rd
rniflurep. Alao. Joivas Kid (;iovrs," TannoU
now m'.xXa Irimniinca for cloaca and dreraes."
FrencU ni Irish Lin. nf, 10-4 U-4 12-4 I n
en abetting-. 5-4 6-4 1'illow lin i ; Table Ds
- mark 01 all quilitief; damask ctothi snd napU
Eeit roirting linens, IJchbac add I'iarerBob.
Inet for musanito tiara Embro dered Mnblin and
' Quilis. 1'rencn and English Cotton and Silk Ho
siery, Ladies Cloth Tatars, riain Cashmere .1'
Ecoae and de Itine, Rich primed delaines and
nopf lino,french calicoes, French mmslin fltnnel
' RealWelrh Muulin flounccs.Blac'i Eoglith Crape
. lllus on and Bobbine t &r.
J. LEV OI3 St Co.
' Corner of Bourbon and Canal streets.
New Orleans dcc2I.
Priestley & Bcin
Tkos. SO and 91 Camp Street Nao Orleans:
Importers .aid Dealers In
Ilardwarc; Iron, Steel Wails, Tin
Plato, la &o.
TTT" ECPcotutantli on haoil a 1 ir;e and well
Ji.Jk. assorted stock ef evexjr th'ni in their line,
comprising a variety f
Plantation Goods, Carpenters,
, Smiths and Cooper Tools, Bail
diner material &ct '
ATrs.IIoes. Bhoe!. Bnade Or. Lntr. Trace &
- 1 1 , 1
coil chains; nails, spikes, casting, plmgai anl
ices, Bnvth's bellows, aiocki and dies. Screw
3Uic, rUjies, Hand cross rut, Mill and- ether
saws, hate bets hammers, angers, rules, squares,
Corn pa a, braces and b:tt, chisels, giuges, f.lea
vasDS. drawirt: kaive. Coorvers' Joiners' Trt'-
IIoopc, Butcher's and Cooka Knives, -Sht.ara,Sciosora
Eeylbca, sickles, ahcep f' - e
Englidi and Swedish T Iron,
Hoop, Sheet, Boiler &, Though Iron
English and Americ .11 Blistered
Tkecember 14 185-.
L. PEARCE,
Secretary of the Board.
n303t.
J. I. MA YES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,"
, -.17 D - -Commissioner
of Mississippi,
No 74 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS
Dec 14 30 tf. ,
DIRECT TRADE AND
EUROPEAN AGENCY.
New Oilcans, Novtmbsr, 1 855.
Wcfce? Icat- to place before you. the fact that
we are now fully prepareJ to curry forward with
meets the great 'lamina m iveuuent of a direct
irade letwtrrnthe Southern Stutc" and Europe.
Our arrangements I'tn'Tiice Havre, Antwer;ivRot-
teruam, Ainste'diini, tiremeii, IiarnlKtrj, Gtrnot,
Triesiie and Marseilles. These nre the lca'liner
continental Torts, und in each we have our own
special friend, one of .our Houmv huring visited
hrope to cmniilote all ttcceanry urrnnaements
Out credits are tla'j opened and catirnied, and
we row tender jou the ue of the 1 a me, nud beg
to tlace be Tore you our pimciple of , bum'-ss
and the advantage not only 10 tiie Pi nter indL
vidua'ljr but to the entire Soaih.
We do business strictly upon a fur and legiti
mate comnUsijn. The H. inter ha only to pay
the actual charvra and whatever contract we ure
cniiLl d to make fram li'ne to lime to re luce the
time ha is given hi a'tvuitae of. We estimitc
that we can save the shipper from 3 20 to 5 00
per bale in charges alone t direct shipment. We
adva ice in iew Orleans ensh, Irom 5U to 75 per
tent en thi value of the cotton, at net less than
4 per cent and not moral
per annum, 't . ' !.
, If 1 Phnter or Shipper rends as coton to New
Orleans we give him the advantage of this market
it we ate enabled to realize a lair price, we ecu
here, unless expressly instructed not to do so. If
the mar aet however should t4 depreed by the
uaul combinations of Liverp ;ol speculators bus-
- - M.
tamed by the Liverpool monopoly oar arrange
ments make us independent of them and we give
ia no doubt t ae m&st wonderful diacovery of
this aire of r rojrresj. . The foilowlnir la from a
mo'tdiatir: ;;uiehed member of the medical pro
fession: " . w . , - ;
. , St. Paul, Januajy, 1, 1855."
Peof. O. J,'VVood Dear Sir:-Un8olkitcd
1 send j' j this certiflcate. After beipsr near-
y bald jt a lonsr tim, and havinsr tried all the
hair res-tofativea extant, and having no favor
nary 1 was induced on heurinff of yours, to
piv? it a trial. I placed myeelf in the ham'jof
a liarbcrrand had my head rubbetrwith a ood
ftiff brush, . and the Restorative then appliod
und well rubded in, till the rcalp was all a gloss
lhia I repeated evey morninff, and m three
weeks the young hair appeared and crew '
dly Irom August lastwp to the preseot tim
and is no w thick, black and strong soft and
(deasent to the touch, whereas before it was
tarsh and wiry, what little there wax of It and
that little was disappearing rapidly. I
still use your Restorative ahput twice a week.
and shall soon have a good end perfect crop of
hair. Now I have road of these thinga and
who has not! but have never seen hitherto
any case in which any person's hair wasreal-
ly benefited by any -of the hair tonics &.c of
the day; and itreslly gives me pleasure to re
cord the result of my experience. I have re
commended your preparation toothers and it
already lias a large and general aale through
out the Territory. The people here saw its
ifrects and tiave confidence jn it. All who have
used it here will coincide with me m what I
have wrilten. The supply youent us as the
wholesale agents for the Territory i already
exhausted and daily inquiries are , made for it.
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 sucirresuit. 1 congratulate you that
your lortune ana a large one; already
made,
J. W. BOND.
Firm of Bond &, Kellogg, Druggists', St. Pa
M. T. ' , " -
The undersigned, Rev. J. K. Bragg, is a
minister in Tegular standing, and Pastor of the
orthodox Church at Urookheid, Maes, lie is
a gentlaman of considerable influence, and u
niversally beloved.
WJ0DYER.
BnooKFirLD, Jan. 12, 1855.
(COPY.)
Paor. Wood Dear Sir: Having made tria'
j of rour Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure
i t its effect has Deen excellent in re
moving ' "i cinaruu, ana aconstan
intensity " l'" v" '
troubled fr L a ed
tr.v hair, win fcomin gra xtngx
nal co!or. nvaY3 used no other nicle with
anything like the same pleasure and profit.
- r- Yours truly,
. J. K, BRAGG.
Carltle. Ill , June 27th, 1853.
I have used Prof.-Wood's Hair Restorative
and have admitted its wonderful effect. - My
hair becoming as I thought, prematurely gray,
but by the use of his Restorative, it has rcsum
its original color, and I have no doubt, perma
nently so. - J;
SYDNEY BREECE.
, ' r Ex-Senator, United States.
Vikcenxes. Indiana, June 10th 1853,
Pkof. 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, and known others use it; this
I have for several been in the. habit of using
other hair restoratives, and that I find your
yaFtly superior to any other 1 know. It en
tirely cleanses the head f om dandruff, and with
ono months proper use v ill restore any person's
hair to the original youthful color and texture
mvino it a healthv. colt, and fflossv aDnearancf.
and all this' without discoloring the hands that
apply it, or the dress 6- which it drop3. I
would therefore " rocommend its use to eve
ry one desirous " of having a fine color and
texture of hairt
llespectrully Yours
WISON KING.
Vrtln" , UQUOJ.Ll AiiD CIGARS,
N08 1 Canal and 15 C. ...-man Rtreetn,'.
; -. NEW ORLEANS.
rWe arCLprpnrcd to fill all orders for Wes
tern Produce, FamiryGroccriei,Plantatian
SnppUes nnd Bar and Boat Stores. -
Many articles; of Family Groceries' we
have made nrriingetat-nts to, receive in smill
lots, at short inter' ats, in order to have them
always fresh and good; towit: -
Butter Cheese, fish, L'ird, bruits. t?c,
Of Brandiea.end Wioe -we laid.in a large
Stock of the old vfninge. v .
, Havana Cigars. r-A large Manufacturing
and Commission House1 of HavantA keeps
us supplied with choice Brands which we
sell ori coramissioh. : ' .,.-!.
German Cigars -We hare also leceived
a consignment of German Cigars at low pri
ces to sell on commission.
-Tobacco -Of choice brands as well as oth
er grades we shall always keep a large as
sorttnent.
In order to equ ilize pnees, we propose to
sell in all cases at the lowest cssh rates,
and charge interest from the date of ale.
wlven negotiable paper is received in pay
ment.,
'.. , aCLAIBORNE STEELE,
J. C. SMITHER, ,
P. PINCKARD,
april 20 ' ;
Direct Trac X aroprsa Xzcucy
-MUAYioi-'a co., : .
IOREIG N arid Domestic' Cotton Factors)
: tneral Importing hd ExportingCom-,
F$ioii Blerthants.-No. 46 Camptrcet,corn
. liravier,NewOrfeana. 1a ..
ug31 HI VERNOX&, 60. Vg3nt
J- J. I it - e ' v. .ct JIYLLBTXD
" 'Late t.j , Vuzoo Cy, ; ' ATw Orleans,
nufini:, ii i,rESTEi & Co. '
(Successor to J. G. Cocks Si Co.) ' -
COMMISSION MEKCU ANTS.
Kcvv Orlcan.r i .
A. F. COCUUAN. . ' . - if, 1. HALL
A. F. COCHRAN &1IALL.
I11U Iinponci f of ITIulasu tV Sicily
. l-ru its, Iuts,
. No. 37, Grvieb Sf, NewOrlkns."
Tivyioiw & cc,
fmurvsiion, Receiving and Fvrwqrdxhg
'MERCHANT;- ,
tl and 22, New Letee Street,, -Jc.
23, .24-1 y. "Xew Orients.
HARDAWAY & WHITE.
V1CKSBURG, MISS.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
DRUGS. MEDICINES AND CHEMI
CALS.
DYE WOODS & DYE fiTUFFS,
Oils, Paints and Painters Articles,
Varnishes, r
W1ICDOW CLASS AMD PUTTY, GLASSWARE,
PFUFUUIEUV, FIINE SoAPS,
FINE HAIR & TOOTH BRUSHES.
SrRUICAI, & DEXTAL INSTRUMENTS,
Trusses and supporters of . all kinds,
SPICES, SNUFFS, M1MFACTUB-
D TOBACCO,
ALL TIIE PATENT OR PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES OF THE DAY-
Superior Inks,
Pure Wines and Brandies for
V rnnl.- m&rps for flash. nrtA nffVvrt
goods equallvrsHow as they can be obtained
from any similar estalishmcntln this section-.
WAIKItAXTED TO BE FRESH,
PUItE AXD CEXUINE.
",v Orders from the Oountry promptly filled, and
satis fac ion guirunted wtth regard both to
price and quality.
rilYSICMXS'S PRESCRIPTIONS.
Willre?'eiT'pirti3ulir attsntioa at all h ours
of the day and night. ;
W. A. H ANNE Y, &. CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
French nnd American
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
UMBRELLAS.
No 77 CANAL' STREET (SOUTH SIDE)
New Orlsans, Febuary let55.
WTI LAST BLSTU VRr "eCO.,
'j " r... . i
t : tin iorrwmw twnn w . -
v . v New 0LEAiri
" t " ' '."1 1 n.pii.i 11 . :
. tWf:V, H BAMFTOBT GEO. , Jl'A .
, Swedes, iiAniTcn a. co.,;
. uccesKor to Oeo, rredef & Cn. ,
OltQCERS, ,P.E01iUC B
COmiSSION, IERCH ANT. .
" VlCXtBVftOf !tfiss. S
, AGENTS P OR I ,
.. GEO S3IEDE3, Ci CX .
. r ,.NW OBUEAMLiT!
Apt il 0' . - j. , f
CCSTTOISI FACTOHS
AND
A GEXTLEMASf WRITES TO HIS FZIE5D8 I5 5EW
BEDFORD t THUS:
To vour inquiries I would reply that when
I first commenced using Prof. Wood's Hair
than 6 per cent interest
W-RIDGErj. 'jJI.ROBKBTd JOHN D.TERRFXLI
RIDGE LL ROBERTS & TERRELL, .
Factors
COMHISSIOXJIERfniXTS.
V. No 13 C'arotnklct.Stieet.
Xcto Orleans.
V "r--' Nov. 23 ly.
tSS M. Roberts of the above firm has lo
cated in Yazoo City, an! is prepared to make
iberal cash advances on cotton ..shipped tome
above house anc to fill all.; orders for . supplies :
&c. Office at Higginbotham'A Co., Main ht.
COMMISSION MERCHATS,
New Orleans.
Office 91 Common apposite Verandah Ilo
oct. 6. '
J.kP. McDONNOLD Sl CO.,
. - DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS AND HAM
MOCKS, Boots, Shoes, Trunks Valices and
Carpet Bags
Particular attention paid to family orders.
Camp 16 and 18 street.
City Hotel
H Haskoll , New Orleans
March 30 4l-ly. '
WALTER COX. M. OILLJS R. S. BOYD.
COX, GIEEIS A BOYD,
(Late NALLIE, COX& Co.)
COTTON FACTORS,
' AND . '--i',.;
No. 41 UNION ST, near carondalkt.1
REFER TO
Gen. EOWBRlTtSI-HllROVw
V
DANIEL W. A
WH. R. MILKS. DANIEL W. ArAM3.
Hll fc'K S & ADAMS. .
COTTON F ACTO ES, :
,. . ...... . . .-.
' - ; --' ; - AND , - .
G H i't IS SI 0 H 11 E HC HAHTS.
No. 3, Carondelet Street,
E. SII17LZ - O. F0DI2ffIIr;i O. XI. KKEr
. SHULZ, BODEITIIEllI c Co,
Wholesale and Retail Deal .ra In
FOREIGN and Dorrstic Dry Goods Boott
Clothing Shoes, Hats, Ca,ps, Cutlery, Gun
Pistols &C;&C - j , '
' Cornerof Wasningtoii an ' Grove etreeta ttt4
next corner to the Post OfSce; Yicksburg.
Wholesale Department 2d and 3d stories,
- April ao'-, ?ti:',r:k 44 t-f, ;'
MISS. 8. F BIUELO W k '. Co.,
FASHIONABLE MLLINERY.
Ecnt tide of Washington Street, Vickslurg Hit.
FRENCH Bonnets and Flowers, Misses Hatt,
Dress Caps, Mourning Bonnets Ac,, constats
ly en band. Orders prompny executed. ,
Vicksbnrg May 10. - - " 'ft r -
DDFPCIBEEN 1. ' '
PRO D U CE COMMISS ION
Merchant, t
AGENT FOR- f
VVILL make advances in cash and furntan
supplies on CotUa to be hipped to the abort
iiuuse. .... ... ... . i j,
April6"55 if.
B. S. TAPPAN & CO.
H A RiD WARE, IRON; STE -
VICKSBURG MISS
Marcli 30 ' v . 1-
D AMI EL SUET T
WHOLESALE A BTD RETAILER I W C-x."
-aARDWAE CUTLERY, GUNS', PI3
TOLLAND CAPS, . -'
Plantation and Carpenter's toola.
OSUTA k BTCI3 CIU3 VIZI
. , , AND LAMPS:
Wood and Basnet Ware, Twine, Cotton ani
famlia Rope, Groceries, liquors and wines,
voice Green and Black Teas, &cV &C ; '
rl ri-i tr.d Grden Feeds.
' r' n Packini
ch"
IsOtbr
MEW OR'LEAiVS
CARPET WAREtlOSE
A. Brosseau & Co.,
Importers and Dealers ia Carpeting,
ioor Oil Cloth, Matting, fcc, wholesale
and retaiU - ' -. -' -
. biAf AKD UAJSC
5S1ERY, ETC , ETC: :
, Washington street,, Vicksburg, Mississippi,
juiyu-n r :.:r4ir: .
WM. H. STEVENS & CO' -
C L O T .ti t til o VXt CI C II A n T 3
t NO. 2, WAHIHGTOS ST ,
VICKSBURC 31ISSISSIPPL
Restorative,, my . hair was almost white, and
had been so for the ' last ten years and it
was very thin on the top of ; my head, and
very loose, and pulled out freely, but 1 found
that before I had used all the second Dot
tle (which was eight weeks) my. hair . was
e ntirely chanced to its original color, light
crown ,a'iu is nowtree trom dandrntt. and
quite moist. 1 nave had my, haircut nve
or six limes s;ncc. the cuanee, and have
never eron afivthinz like white hair, start
from'tha rootr, and it is now as thick as" i
ever and does not come out at all; it has prov
cd in ray ra'8 all that I could wish or ask.
July 1, 18&4. -
.-'--, Fours &c, .
... Grdiner,.Me., June 3?, 1B54-
MrDrer,P3ar 5ir;I have used two bot
ties of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and
can tru'y eav it is the greatest discovery of
our rr!enda a liberal caih adfance, and place them the age for restoring and changing the Inir.
onder tl e protection ot arnpie capital on we corni ''elore using it, l"Was as grey as a man ot
ievrny. My iair has now attained i'b ori
gins! rolor. Yo'J can recommend it .to the
world without the least tears or my case was
one of the worst kind, vK 1 : :
Yours iDANIELN. AfURPHY.
114 Market st St. Louis; Mo March 8 1855.
Daar S t; I am doing an extensive travel
in the, west and South western -State, ai a
general agent for Adams' Americ n Lini
ment, and would be mad if you.wonid lavo?
me a consignment of Pnf. Woods i Hur Ue
etorative as T feel assured that I can intro
duce ii In anv p aces -.'.where U is not known
as mv own heaa i a livine testimony of it
valuable" nroriertiea in. restoring hair is it
natural color. - I am forty Tears old and my
hair is as beautiful auburn as it was at eigh
teen, and rruch improved in rappesrince
and l would not be withour a tottte on hand
iS? r- price rf ten. I should be aiad to t
Wanted: ;
Thp inulersipncd'woiiU rcs; ec'firy call the al
tuition of the public to h .B ito k of aood ; consist
tine ot'Clith.ns IVots ai'd iois, Hats nnd ( ap-
ft .nnct-. lilove", l'..mrriaTies, isiiic uasnii mus
I in Dch'wi Calieot ; Il-Bery Irish Linon sheeting
SMrtinirs .TirK?, uiunieis, urp'inw, nng,
Saild'firy and a lot of Sp'endid trtn ion made dou
tie Gum and Rifles, all f which 1 will sell at
COST FOR CASH
F E LIX It TUULETf
c , V Opjosite Washington IKtel
, Wnsltinsicn Ftrert,
a ; Vicks''ur Mississippi.
B0T.I5 18Q3. . lj-iy. -ryji visa mrchwd tin B.
Pliiiaoelphia adalerv fanton & turley, the i
mrarchdusf
CttGN
K.I
YORK'
tine nt of Europe where the cotton will helJ,
until fi'r prices a.re reiHznd. 4 w; '
The imporjance of retis'tiny .he Liverpool mo
nopoly has been lully developed during the last
two j cars, and furtuer uiuairatea ay tneaepiora
ble condition of the cotton market this season. All
we ask ia' I'cr the Planter tn test the : matter for
himself, by even a sro 11 proportion of h'u crop,
ana we will demonstmn oy morcauiw in me ac
count of alf alt we state.. ;
' We w&uld be happy at an r time to exhibit pri
volely to those inU reited. in the ruovamrntot di
rrct trade our arrangement in detail. 'We there
fore take the libertr of invitinz von to rail upon
at at our ce,or to address you through the po3t
oilice. . - . '.- ." j. -
Cotton car be sent to ui from the plantation
and will be rrotect: y us, here or if in New
Orleans can ho turned . ter to u, when'we will
C on f e c t i on a r y
y: Kr VIOKS BURG MISS.
11 have purchased the entire stock of Messrs.
W. & M.' Uogan and hivc received a large aud
well selected stock-r-aniong wlncu are too lollow
ing articles. ' '. --. "'
OoTifoctionary of every description, also Cordi
ala, Wine?, Dried Fruits, Catsups, Pickles, Nuts,
Pruues Foreign and Domestic, -15 randy Fruits, India Rubber Goods
Charhpainelho best brands) Claret, Natural lowest market rates.
- ' d r r. x . 4 1." l. ... i
r TU1 us, opces, m iucv evuryimns mai can ue
mentioned in the way 'of Fancy G roccries and
Confectionary.
The Baking Department: is on an extensive
scale Such as to enabl(5 ras to, supply parties
stvle. ' " .
It shall be my endeavor to please such as Bhall
patronize roer if attention will do it.; "My term
are invariably cash, and with this as my motto I
Can sen law ana give sausmcuon tn vry nisiuncB
I am prepared lo so pply country Merchants at
wnoiesaie. prices. - oiore oppasue jvieni nr,
of the Golden Horse
Head No 8 Magazine St. and
No 47 Canal street.
MAGEE & ICNEASS, Manu
facturers and Importers ol Sad
dlery, Harness, Trunks Carpef Bags
Leather Materials and r indings for Saddlers,
Coach Trunk and Shoemakers, comprising pne
of the largest and most complete assortments
to be found in the ctty. v- .... t
PLOUGHS Carey, Dudley and. Peacock
Ploughs of every description and style.
Meg alia ;
I,0,1 ,F. Masons and Sons of T Re-
a a '
gaiia anu farapnrenalia ot every des-
cnption; the largest and most complete
assortment to be found in the United States.
Indiatllubbiirp Belting,
Magee $ Kneass arc the Principal Agen's
for the Belting Company ; for the sale of - Inda
Rubber Belting and Packing for" steam Joine
and Hellers; Hose of every size, together wiih
a complete assortment
TTAV1XG purchased the entire interest of
late firm of
business wii
be conducted by the undersigned V?;
FELIX 11 TURLEY.
OTOimLE' AMD RETAIL DEALER IN
IriANUx and Staple Ury Goods, Clothing
j Boots, Shoes, Hats', Caps, Saddlery &c. at
the Iron front; east side of . Washington street
hrst and second doors south of China st.
- V'.' " - Vlcksburg, may 4.
" " : S. GARVIN,, , .
Com mission r nnd Fcrwardinff
.r . . MERCHANT,
J. 20 ; Mulberry streeU Yicksburgy
A GAMBLE.
V 8KAT8J
GAMBLE & SKATES, .
, CHINA SIWICKSBURG.
-4 RE prepared to execute' Monument '
x.; Tombs, Head and Foot Stones
Carving and Engraving Marble Mantlet
Caps, Sills, ind Steps for Building, c ; -
Foreign and "omestic Marble con
stantly o hand, and manufastured to order at
Northern prices.,,", " '
CQ All business intrusted -trii wi" .meet
rompt attention,-, i-, " H .-r'
cowan, cha'pin & j Acirrr
DEALERS IN
tec!, German" sprr
"f
and Cast
..iV.x tr.i lar'd car-
Van.;!! Chit Tar Fiich
rr.'.i en i Cfi", i
,Kfi Vir't 1 '1
Turpentine Ua ,4 u 53, etc.
Thff are affcuia fr the a!e f.
If V--r Uio:!.crsCi!'briiei Tenneuea Iron,
. . Ml M a V-h1. tT . AT-m
?$i-rru$ iLaeei na uon pepper
. " I 1 Pl-ll.
ion ana wnurcn igih,
ofTcr at the lowest market
AiiorwL4cii ti.c os.cr at me ioww
prices an J on tie most reasonable ierm.
mke the necessary adv
If utai',J " J " "
we will'
po, tcatineni''
3 ruinous in'
. . ti ovtr our crer
Ccttnn hat an i
taaina far the lf
lubmit to th w '
hate so lonj;
vatt planf' t
-tlon of the I lanterj
'A p cort'pa,in?f d?i
i wlii'1! '.. i 1 put an
rpool bow
:valu?, a3 it cnly re-
it whet'icr tLv will
"cuUlionii which
atei but one
roere'iiewfrs
ofT" nof uv ,-veraco a t '
wt (n catates for i. rbeneCt of L .
erpo- Vv BAT "XTX tu Co.
No45C,..,. v corner of Gia
P.S. Whto rady t i..
Van: :t on cotton tMippe4 direct I"
gire c ;r frfendthe r f tha m
uan 6 per c5at inte" any . case
accent on fror'"iv.rori fjr any r-.s.
tliK enabi'i lo tbtain for our Iriendi t... .ai
pririfarL.cir cotton in it b'gheit rlaasincatlon,
w will not ba forced toaacrifira it t mt i our
own acceptances or to fay tbe liability of rthcrs.
tend to any . ; .
the Hair Reiterative,
teen years engaged ir.
ii . j r - dealers in -
; Washington St., Vicksburg,
Z Look for the Large Horse standing in the 1
Cor Np. 8 Matrazine street. 1
Anril 20
Arcsiclc Mote'!,
Ifuyazine Sf.'j'iY eu Orleans, between OravteA
" - w -v - ctnd -atciiez --."
R. S. MORSE Proprieton ,
TUE protinetor would respectfully I
inform hn friend and natrona.and ibel
1 ?ubli&"ecnefaUy,that this wch known
Jewelry Store Washington jtreet Vicksburg Jill thoroughly renovated the past season, and newly
' . 1 ' . ' ' I lurnianea vnrouanoui a inrraciiBisiunoi room
I lfcA.S-l v 37 . JJoxes J ins been obtained bv the OTODrietora rer.tinp- ihe
i VII AKFR
-jjrr .: . r i a. u o av.-Aa u viuiu j j . iva ivvi uiavaaii-uwia
iTi f those -delicious Preserves consisting of 1 n-Hrtinin nnrtinii of th thn hiiiltlinw. wh!h i;H ns;
Cherries, llaspbernes, btrawrjerri.es, c-jf ears, enable lum to acenmnodate a much, larger num
Quinces, Plum Jelly,-, lied Carrants for . said per of customers th m xast winter v. -u
' fnn'in . a. G ATI VTN. I No expense has been spared by the propr etor t
; -. : - -j I ... '. i L. . , , j rnab'e him to merit a continnance of the gener
f-TT4H.-i12 Kegs Tar, 10 bbls Tar, -differ. ous patronage he has herctotore reef ivetl,and e
SUCCESSORS TO .
c o jachson &;co. ,
- Staple and Taney
BMT-.&oons,.:-
WASHIKSTOK ST., - -
.V I C K S D U RGi a I S S 1 3 1 P F .
Splendit1 Dry Qbods
COWAN, CHAPIN &JAJCK; K.f-
A rlNi: assortment of Thread,-Vah;.ci
XLtCarabric and V vizs -Edrirs and :L.serb
I a !
lod
Pec.H 1855
isaif.
- . . .
is connectea twun
xve been for tlir
will le elad to hear frsu y-
drss is Paru.Tenn, -
TO- PepVed tnd i 111 Market
eree. between Fonrt!. .'ifih, Ct Lou-
w '
, Pie., and 318 Ure-4 -ay,
' very 4-' J ii.t r
r- ?r.. -ph.'' ". - ',"...'-
!o in "i. ; t
y O. O. c.
. by Vi.iT
rale i, U: .
A ent sizes, to suit the nurchaseri iustreceiv-
edby: . no30 , J S. GARVIN. , ,
ri UPEim OEIVOA VELVETS. ;
k3 Blue, Maroons," &c4 for Mantles and Trim
at JA C KS ON ; MAN LOVE & CO'S.
7 XcrK.-
lVlCcentlr ': r.:.: i
1 1 is 3., would r
I
pi.
ii.:.
ment ar...
rented r
ey in t
.'.xnyfaeJurers
; Co- '-r In
o.y v. -i for
rva Lin-s
:": r-ar-
. r 3 ... -
St. Louis, but r
-r.tf::' ? Ir !wn Ol
,TczooCity nd :r."iy, Cl i. . n
-ol for youiig UZ.:3, ia Cl3 t'.: . . r
J'onday in JaR""r7, the f: la t
f.Snthi. : 2 gendi-iT '-darw
nay rr-.t i :cd that no pain3 ..1 ta r;tr;
to ms " them acquainted with i.11 i3 u'sfJ
r- rt-..iQntal. " . r ' ".i.ii.X.
7, 1855. v.
rry exertion will be made ? by himself a nd.Ba ist-
ant to render the sojonrn of hia guests not only
comiortaria uut pgrer-aoie. -, -
v ftT" One - crat convrnie,. attached to ihi ho
tel is, that meals can be had at alnost all hours. -
march 39,855 , , " 43-Iy
Embroi'?-
' to
; do
.do
jdlTuslin' Sleeves; ;rt: ' -
Ct ' ric do 1 ' .- " , .
'u '.Gets;" '
'-I!usli :xf
JVjrninco; -f '
. Ha-erchicfs;- , V.
. BrcikfartSets: , . - fc
:.s , ana rsnta' liecrratcLU
.lAaies', xiicsj
HCkfs:
. ;Vhite Jaconets, Ca-brics tr !usl5ni;
Plai Ljiped- and Check It uslisa and .
Nainsoo'?; " -1 v.
Lad.es and gsnta Hid Gbve-, all tilcrtj
Lli3 v.
- i- - . j . -
"tti.jf Hotel, br.:!.:?'-i
vculd. resrtfully '
. Jk rrc
U I'AT.VKL,
4 of ii.
t 'f
1 . 1 .
i cJi nis
neth-
that
cf
I .un, l.nci ar :
Lcr.rtt RiLVcnj J - -Prir.l;JJsr
zi "
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pu" li fl
ee ici"1: hi3 c.
..... .y thti"
wl"-r. v ..-JL'cpca'Ka
La;::,' C . Ilcrjj
7c;;;. , 1855. -
ajc.joiixco::.
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, iMttACT.
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