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VAZOOClTY, : ; : joe 13, 1856, BT The river Is felling at this point. TELEGRAPHIC. Telegraphed Expressly to the Arrieryean Banner. Cottoil RXarltet. vubMABi vuuq ones on uonaayt amounted to 4,500 bale. 6'Coclc reduced. ST Mr. A. Trie showed ui the first cotton flower wc havs beard of thU kmod, on the 9th last. Who Prices improving to lOle. can tat this! i Great Fire New Orlxaks, June 10. A 'great fire took place on Monday night, at Algiers landing. ET We argrct to learn that the Venerable toother of the Hon. E. Q. Henry. did at her residence in Canton, a few days ago. J udge Henry w holding , Five steamboat! were destroyed : includimr New Court at this place, and was called home by her ill- Latona, D. S. fltacej, i)elia, Piota aid kary nces. w e sincerely condole witn him in this loss or Bess. man's best friend-his mother. Mrs. Henry was a fin originated on Wrd the 'lUfca,ana naure oi oouui sarouna, uu iot many years naa been a resident of Madison county. She was a most estimable wttfhaa and ainocro Christian, and ha gone to sleep inpcce. Struck bt LiaHTNiBa. We regret to leartj that the barn of Col. Fielding Davis, of ls&qad na county-, containing three thousand bushels of corn, and tleYrti head 'of tnhksr, was struck by lightning list Friday night, and ail consumed, gtroying several frame Wildings. was probably Incendiary. Cup'tain Holmes, Wring' charge of the Mary Cess, is rafcCtng. Loss CBtima'ted at 'about $70,000. 'Small part insured. fto lives lost. Fire at Ticks burg. Vicksbubo, June 11. A fire broke out on Jackson street, about 4 o'dock this morning, de- No lives lost. t COOPER'S WELL. c;. I 1TUA TED in Hind count V, W itSnftrly miles within lour miJes, from Hirers py stage, . This DMtd Waterinfl Flaee. for the cure i ef Chronic DtariheayP! psia. Dropsy, Giavel, Dt aHes ChloVoMi; UeneVal Debilitv, &c., ! r.tw oper iot ui rernpiujn pi suitors. , , INMAPi WILLIAMS, rr priftnr. -Cbargei-Board per mouth 10. per We ek $13. N. tt. It fs well knewn that ihfl yellow fever Was pievalent here, last fall, ev'idenrly bYtiRht here by pat ton or (oorit from an iufecte.l rfMili t Petions arriving at the Well will be struck with )U eln'vAjrd .location, (si'uaisd In the pine hill,) and will fail to tee any loesl csiise for f ver. Pre, cii tiou has btcn t.ken to have ths beiW ng ued on ths-ocpsiiop, po nied ou: by the resident physi cian, Dr, J. 8. Eeaxeay, and bdrnt in the pretence .of witnesses, and tl eir certificates pabliilud. A thorough renovation is now gniog on, snd visitors re daily arriving. 1 da not cVire, nor do 1 wish, wish, a ery farue co'tnponr the orient season Every exertion will he 'made to fender 'the tlsttoi cumior'sMe. n5?-5mj 1. W. c7 Orlcand Cardo. .:: t D TAB Less, five thousand dollar. f For Uie American Banner. Aia With Start art in the quiet Skiet. Oh there are times in life's dull dream When brief bright joys will come ; like sunshine o'er a wintry stream, To brighten up the fclobm, A light as if from beings dawn. Shed back upon its eYct, Or like some sweet remembered tone, Of music heard in Heaven. When time and fate havo withered all The hopes and ties of youth, Chi still like moonlight o'er us fall ome shadows of their truth. But when the heart hath felt the light Of love can live no more. Ah! still above its death will bloom-, Some light it knew before, Arrival from California Tremen dous Excitement Prevailing. Nkw Ormahs, une 11 The Daniel Web ster has arrived, bringing dates to the 21st May. A tremendous excitement was prevailng in San Francisco in fact, a regular revolution. A man named James Casey, was murdered. 'On Sunday the 18th, the Committee of Vig. ilance nrimbering 3,(00, fully armed and equip , ped, formed a procession and marched to the Jail, where they found 20,000 people assem bled on their arrival . They then took posses sion of the Jail, and removed King. w . ' n.-li i .The Daiicintr AT THE ODD FELLOWS' HALf. TROF. W. B, KENDALL will tommehce X a class ott Mtmdav the 2tfth of MsV. Mr. it. will tetkeh the mort fashionable dan ces mow in use by the best teachers. Persons wishing to join the class will find subscription iisis ai ir. . n. wuson'g Jewelry "Store ftod at me Hooson House. Ladies class ou Mondays and Tuesdays a' o'clock P M . Gentlemen's c.ais oh the same days at o'.fock P M. Terms, ten do lars for fifteen lessons. Chil dren admi ted with the adults. may 6 W. COOMR. ' J. O. NEIBERT. COOPER os KEIBEIIT, "WHOLESALE AND EETAIL Grocers, -; No. 35 Common Street, New Orleans. Jan 11 32:lyJ, . . . i IV. A. VIOLETT & CO., GROCERS, Commission, Beteivinp arul Forxcardxug t MERCHANTS. tl ahii 22, New Lcyeb Strkbt, io. 23, 24-ly. XeW Vrltavs. . , . B. HI. LOWE 6c CO., cotton factors; and GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 88 Grayier Street, dec 21 NEW ORLEANS. Viclislmrg Cordis, HAMILTON WRIGHT & CO., BVtlClSSOBS fO WBIGHT fc V H4LEY. James Kin?, editor of the Herald, was arrest-' Wholesale and Retail, dealers in Staple and e d and placed in piison. A meeting of the Old Fncv and Staple Dry Goods, Plantation Sup Crampton AfTutr Lord Clar endon's Apology. The National Intelligencer, of the 24 J ihst.. contains the much talked of reply of Lord 'Clar endon to Mr. Buchanan's dispatch, in relation to Uie enlistment difficulty. This document is too long fur our columns, hut wc give that por ; tionof it in which the British Government makes ' a frank disclaimer to our own of any intention to violate the laws of the Uni ;ed States. The 'concluding paragraphs of the despatch are as 'follons: "The British Government neither ordered ; nor contemolaied snr vlclation whatever of the . lawsof the United States, but, on the contrary, 'issued the most contrary and repeated orders that tnose lawa should not be infringed by any persons acting undor their author. ry. " Ihe undersiHea must return to me oners -of satisfaction and to tie explanations already 'made, and tothervpeated expression ot'the sin ccre regret of her majesty's Government, if, contrary to theirtntentions and to their reittrv 'ted directions, there has'betfn any infringement of th laws of 'the United States." u The Government of theUnited States had 'been led to suppose that the law and the overeigrrrights of the 'United States had not "been 'respected by her Majesty' government, and relylngupon cvldince deemed to be trust worthy, they believed (hat that law aid those Tiirhta had heinfnfriUecd by "British agents. If uch had bc6a'the'ease,;the,Govemment'of the -United StitesVoiild have "been entitled to de mand and hcT iflajestyV Government would no have hesitated to afford the mort amole satis faction itne complete reparatidn of an nnques tionable wrong. " HerIsjesty's Government equivocally dis--claims any intention either to infringe the law, or to disregard the poKcv. orYiot to respec't the sovereign 'rlghfts of rhe United '"States, md the Government of the tJmted States wfll now fdr the first 'time Icrfrn that her Maiestv'a Minister -ijt WashifigtOn.tnd her Majesty's Coitsuls at N. f i ord, Pnfladelphja aid Ctualnna'ti soVmnly af- t 'firm that they havo not coummted any ot tne 1 acta that have vctto imputed to them, the ment of the Unfted States will no alao for the first time have an poortunity of weighing the declaration of fdur gentlemen of unimpeached honor and intajfity agaiust evidence upoti which no reliance cAnjht to be ptaced. The tihderene'd cahnot but express th6 earnest hope of her Majesty's Government that these explanations and assurances msy prove atisfactorv to the povernment of the United States, and effectually renrova any misappre nensicn which may have hithtrto existed: and tie cannot dovbt that sunn a result Will afford as much pleasure to the government of theUnited States w to that of her Majesty, by putting an end to a difference which has been deeply r gretted by her Majesty's Government! for there re no twe countries which are bound boUnd by stronger tres or by higher cocsldarations than the United States and Great Britain to maintain unbroken the relations of perfect cordiality and , friendship. Commissioner's Sale. 7TONDER. and bV Virtue of an order of tne Honorable Probate Court of the County of Yazoo, and State of Mississippi, made at the May Term. 1856 thereof, I will aa a special Commissioner of said Court, croceed to sell, before the Court House door, in Yazoo City, On Monday the Cth day Of July next, 1 within the hours prescribed by law, the fol towinrr land situated. Ivinz and being in she County of Yazoo, and State of Missis eippi, to-wit' the East ball ot the Soutn east quarter of Section number twenty-eight and Uie west half or south west quarter of selection number twentyseten, all of Town VahiD number two. of Ranffe nntober two Vigilance Committee was called, and the people phes, drst door over J. Peaie e, Washington appeared determined to take the law in their street, vir.Kspurg, may v own hands. . I johm o. jack, . edw'd'w. jack. Louisville, Ky. , . , . Vicksburg, Miss. mj m. mu it i jv ar!; A' TtnvTvYs?YY June 9th, 1856, at the Anchorage, Silver Creek, . WESTERN PRODUCE, AND Mies., the residence of Col. A. G. Bennett, ot the TJ. COMMISSION MERCHANTS S. Army, hia daughter, Mrs. Virginia M. Maclav, Main St eet, LoUiaville, Ky wife of Cant R. P. Maclay of the tJ. S. Army, in T?DWARD W JACK, will forwar I orders Uie 2Gth year of her age. j Bacon , Lard, ToVo. to, Bagging, Th deccaaed waa a naUve of MississinnMn which Rope. Jeans and Lihdsafa. State her earl v veara and iovs were tmased : until April 4 66. 46 ot, y W aha was placed at school in Burlington, N. J., under a. D Uie instruction of Bishop Doane, where she comple- i ted her education. A few years after her return from School, Bhe was married to Capt Maclay ; with whom, after spending some time in Uie State, she went out to birr Indian frontier in Tcxaa and New Mexico, to be with her husband at his post of duty. Here she spent Uie last two jears of her Drief life en during those hardships winch are inseparable from Mich a noaition. onlv to cive nleamre to. and cheer uie gloomy nours oi nim, nom sue loved, a lew and onoes, monUis ago since her health began to fail and when M en's rui setts and heavy brogans, she saw there was but little hopeof it being restored, Roy's kip brogsns her great desire was to return to her native State, and U'omeng g0af iace boots, sjnd the closing hours of life under the shadow of y. himi ral laeabo'ofa- herold home, and wiUi the loved ones of her early v:men a caI, 1&ce DootJ . veara. About three weeKs since, sue amvea nere. HOWE. t E. O. COOK It. D. HOWE & CO., DEALERS IN FANCY AND staple Dry Goods of every description Boots, Shoes, Hats Csns. &c. &c. msy 9 Washington street, Vickaburg, Miss. FRESH GOODS. yVe haVe just received a full supply of Boil HWHOIiESALE GROCERS, h 5 Gravier, Fulton and New Levee Streets, ec 21 s KfevV OLLEANS. Leral Notices Lcfrhl Noticeoa 4 SHJUIFPS SALF t PS. McCANN, Cotnmisaioner , -Vi. A I fi fa. E. V. M XlTHEWS et al. By virtue of the above stated execution to me a recteu irom uie lion. vic u nances rv Court, Middle District 'of Mississippi, will cxdos to public sale for cash, before the Cdiirt House door of Yaioo county, on iriond&Tt tbe I6tn day or juste 185G. . : . within the hdnrs orescnbed bv law, lb follow ? described tract of land to wit; A lie BUUlUCMt 1UUIH1 UI kvhwu v i townsnipteni range three west. , Levied on as toe properly of tne aetenaani ana win De sola to sfiusiy a uaiancu uue on the above stated, case. 'J'-: M. A, JENKINS, Sheriff : ; -i s &y H Makqdm, D. 8. Yazoo Hty, may 9, 61 6t. OA KEY Ac HAWKINS.. Factors smtl General COMMISSION MERCHANTS . No.' 90 Gravier Street, . NEW ORMJANS. . Bee'ioouer th'e;r best seivicta to i hut ere and Merchants ond promise Aitrnion and promptiieM o all coninmrnM eniri'sit'd to their c nn. JIOLMES HYATT, Agent?, 'decSl Yazoo Citv. W. A. HANNEY.& CO. Wholesale and Retail -- Dealers in French and American HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, UMBRELLAS AcC AC. No 77 CANAL STREET ,(SOUTII SIDE) New Orlnakb, Febuary lst55. ADMWISTRATOR'S NOTICE. i S Administrator of the estate of H. M. Irichct, I will at the June term 1856, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county make a nnal settlement of aaia estate and ask for leave to surrender my letters. R. J. S. PR1CHET, May 26, 52 ot. Administrator. Annual Settlement . As Guardian of W. D. and M F Miller, I will at the June terra 185G, of the Hon. Probate Court of iTazoo county, make .mj aunaal ettlement. M. R. GREER. M y 2 1856, 50 5t. J.NVtllDGELL J.M.SOBERT8 JOHN D.TEEEKLL R1DGELL ROBERTd & TERRELL, Factors AND ' C03I3IISSION MEiicnAxts. No 13 Caronjalttt St.et't. ' ' Wrta Orleans. Nov. 23 ly. ay J M. Roberts of the above firm has lo cated in Y7.oo City, aniis prepared to make liberal cah advances on cotton shipped to the above house and to Gil all orders for supplies &c. Office at Higglnbotham Co., Main St. NEW ORLEANS Carpet Tt'dr choose. A. Brosseau & Co., Importers and Deal ioor Oil Clolb. Matti and retail. ' nov. 15 1855. 19-ly. Annual Settlement. S Guardian of E. V. MTLLER, I will at the June term 1856, of the Hon. Probate Court of Yaaoo county, make my annual set. tlement. M. R. GREER. May 23 fit. . - ; ; Vieksburjar Cards- B. S.TAPPAN & CO. il ARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, INK IfC;, . . VICKSBURG MISS., March 30 41 but it was only to enjoy the society of her friends for Ladie plain gaiters, s iitue time ana oiu uieia auieu. one nas it-ii a iona i.uic im m 'un,, I busbnnd, two little ones, and many friends to mourn Children's kid boots-, her loss. But they sorrow notas Uiosewho bare no Children's shoes all descriptions, hop. The messenger came not unexpected. She j Ato was looking for his coming, and had set her house A fuU gu T 0 SPrvant.8 g00fo. in order. She saw her utter helplessness, and cast VP-n TJnaev herself upon the Saviour of sinners. She was not n , 3 ' a)le to converse much in her last hours, but occasion- "!P ? all- could utttr a brief sontence, and one of the last trip of all kinds, of Uiese was "O, Lord, my trust is in Thee." With Drills, checks, . . . .i i t I n - ! this trust, we hope she breathed her life gently out " How blest the righteous when slie dies! When sinks a weary soul to rest, How mildly beam the closing eyes, How gently heaves thecxpiringbreaat. So fades a summer cloud away, So sinks the gale when storms are o'er; So gently shuts the eye of day, So dies a wave along tne snore. Brown musruito, nst etc. HAMILTON 1VRIGIIT & o. Vicksburg, rray 9 DIRECT Importations-) ust received from European Manufactories a large lot of NEW. SPRING GOODS. i ORHAM 4- ROWLETT ara in receipt of A their first shipment cf spring ijooda, to which they respectfully call the attention of their patrons and the public. Tney would call the attention of the Ladies particularly to their hich have good taste. part of Rich Paris Organdies; Rich Swiss Lswns; Rich Glasgow Lawns: Rich Printed Cambrics! Rich l'aris Chintz Taconet: HI vx VUai me auention oi ine iuuies purucuiany l lers in Carpeting, ' 8tock of Fancy Dress Go ; ds, &c, whic ng, Ac, wholesale been selected with much care and in goot a I Their stock of Dress Coods consists in Direct Trade Sc European Agency BAYLOR & CO., j FOREIGN and Domestic Cotton Factors ; V General Importing md Exporting Com-, Rich Sati stripe Tiss les; esion Merchants, No. 40 Campstrcet,corn- ! Rich Paris Tissue Robet; lravier,Nev Orleans. La. j Rich Chaelia Robes; cg31 J M VERNOM & CO., ?ent s ! Rich Bcrege Robes; Kicn i.mntzr lowered Kobes; very cnoicc L.men Uoods, which we can and and will sell as low, if not lower, than any goods of like Quality in Vicksburg, upon the same, fO Philadelphia and San Antonio papers will terms. , . , ... Printed Linen Lawns at all prices, Handsome printed linen stripes for children; Lmen.duck, f armers linen etc, Corded dimity for $iin bonnets. . For sale by R D HOWE. Vicksburg may9 . - .. please copy. E. BOWMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. YAZOO CITY, MISS, Office near the Court House. Yazoo Cfty June 6-'56-ly. " IIEXRY LAtHEXCE, M9K 'OKKICE ON MAIN STREET. YAZOO C1TT. References : ts f.ea &. Ilarneti, Yaioo Citv, F Towi tend, M D ririadrlphts't CS VV Franh Dentist.Ne Orlenr. J B McClrllah M D Phihidelphi F H Knapp. Demist. Ntew OtleaiB; JC Noil1, M D .Mot. lie. Yhxo City jh te 6. l.S.r6. Dr. Laurence will be absent on prafessiona. bbsiness fdr a few weeks from the 1st of July next. Notice. TRUSTE'S SALE. EN pursuance of a trust deed made by S. H Wilson and wifd to the undersigned, which is dated the 5th of February, 1855, and wbi h is recorded in tbe Probata office in Yazoo County Book Si p p 656 and 657; T will. On Monday, the 7th day of July next, sell at tbe Court House door of Yazoo coun ty, for cash; the broperty therein conveyed to-wit: part df lot two hundred and thirty- eirht. 238 in Yazoo Citv to wit: 47 feet on Main Street, commencing 10 feet South of North West corner of said coiner, and running South on Main street 47 feet, thence back East abbnt 150 feet, also lots 254, 256. 9A7 nrl ftp. nil in Yftiod Citv. all of said property, will be sold or bo much as is nec essary under the provisions of said deed of Trust. The title is oetietedto be good, but w ... . .'.1 LU.I.J ! 1 will conrey only sucu uue as is ve'cuu The firm of Jackson, Man'ove 4 Co., having been dissolved on the 1st Januery last, by the death of C. O. Jackson, we will hereafter continue our Dry Goods Business, assisted by Mr. W. W. Catchings undar the name and style of C A. Manlove & Co. We respect fully solicit from our friends and the public a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto fore extended. C. A. MANLOVE, Vicksburg may 9 1 JNO. D. COBB. NEW GOODS! NEW UOODS!! HAVJNG closed out my old stock of Goods at Cost, and refilled my shelves with an entire new stock of Sbring and Summer Good comprised pf Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots.Shoes, Hats, Caps, Saddlery &c, &c, and bee leave to inform my old customers and the pubi c generally, that I am now prepared to offer them goods at low figures. Call and take a look and satisfy yourselves at at tbe old Stand. Iron front, Washington st . FELIX R, TURLEY. Vicksburgi April 4 8m -1856 J. e.HUUHES, : - C. IIVLLSTED, Late r,f Yazco City. New Orleans. HUGHCS, 1IYLLESTED & Co. (Successor td J. O. Cocks & Co.) COMMISSION MERCHANTS. TVcw OrlermW. J. P. SIcDONNOLD & CO., LiEALER IN HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS AND HAM MOCKS, Hoots, Slioes, Trunks VuUces and Carpet Bags ParticUla- attention paid to family crdere. Camp 16 and IS street. HHasUll . City Hotel NewOrleans Marco 30 41 -ly. A. F. COCmJAN. II. S. IIAI.L A. F. CUCHRAN & HALL. And Importers of Malaga & Sicily .. Fruits, Wilts Ac. Ko. 37. Gravier St, New Orleans. ..DUFF GREEN . PRODUCE & COMMISSION Merchant . . Vicltsburg Ktiss., AGENT FOR New Orleans., WILL make advances in cash and furnisnh supplies on Cotton to be shipped to the abo ve house. ., . April 6 '55 tf. Satin Strice Pampadore: h'atiu Plaid Tissues; . Rich Chinese Berege Robes; Rich Organdie Robes; Ri h Chiutz Robes; Rich Paris Robes; j Rich Striped Foulard Silks; Silk Fiounced Kobes; Black Crape Ispalian: Black and White . e eges, double wiith; Black and White Organdies, Black and Lavender Berege Robes. Vicksburg. April 4. : Fancy Dry Goods and LINEN "WAREHOUSE. F$E RI&LLY coiner Rojat snd Canal airetti J'J.Orleihs keep constantly cn hand n rnmnlal. unilm.nt ftfitH. Nvpt r)ia-na rC U I BIO VUVU.f UlllUIVlKtl ' V. Lljai'ilV.j . .iicuh iv ull of their own importation. . ", Aljotrish L nens warranted of the beat rhanu facture and every description cfFami'y and Plan tation use which they will sell low fir -ash or approved credit. aprilll b47 I3 i WB s re prepared to exhibit a general as sortment of everything pertaining to the Dry Goods business; We are in r:ceiptof-i Staple Goods; P ints: bleached and Unbleached Domestics: Sheetings: Lined and cotton shirt- 15 s . TOP ONIONS. BUSHELS Top Onions, just received and for sale by DANIEL SWETT. Vick sbvrg march 23; - - PRING and Summer Goods A neat assortment just received by . G ORHAM & ROWLETT. Vicksburg april25. . SHAKER PRESERVES. . rinWENTV-SEVEN boxes of these deli-.J- cious Preserves, consisting of Cherries: Raspberries! Strawberries, Pears; Q,uince;Red Currants and Plum Jelly, just received by Vicksburg mch28 DANIEL SWETT. STYEES. Superior assortment of N EAT EST extensive and a : XJL Bonnets and Hats, Mantillas, Veils, Hair Braids, Fiseths with clasps, Corsets &c, c. m y be found at the 6tore of MISS S. F. BIGELOW & Co Vicksburg ap 2'5 45tf. rriABLE Napkns . . 1 Napkius. Towels, Doyler's, Damask Towel3. A fine assortment received by . G ORHAM & ROWLETT. wrw nnnns. IS. waa4&axjramAiia.. (Snneisor to Tii-nlnH Ar Co. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. And Agent for sev eral bf the largest intra, brown and bleached: birds eve diaper: - Mantaractortea ot the Crash and toweling, of ill deScrlptiohs; Plaid North, and are and striped Marlboro' .cotton Uoods.for seryarts 1 daret to gtre 0 Coitonadei; Planters Linen and Russia Duck; ' for all describti . ... ' t m a, ' . W t ' 1 - . r - L,fnen ana coiion cnecssj Drown uinenj wniie Fresh Crackers: 42 packages, soda, Boston Butter and water crackers received by , ; k ; i DANIEL SIVETT. Vicksburg may 9. " ntPriTE GrasTCioth for Shirts-. WW nORHAM & ROWT.F.TT Vicksburg apri!25. : ? 'west .old a. the property of tevi tbotnp. me by ald deed. ;jj son deceased, tbo Utles to which are believe n. TJ tt lp.tt . ed to be good, acting aa a Commissioner, t jratoCity Jane 6. 1 856td. . m 4 vriil only convey aucn title at is vested in .ae as inch bond with approved aeenrity will be required of the purchaser, or jnr chasers.'" J. M. HOLLINGSWORTH, Com. Yazoo City, June 6,' 1853 td. . , . . , DISSOLUTION. 'TillE partnership heretofore existing be JLlween R.B. Wilson and N. Birmingham, -under the firm name of N. Birmingham & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent R. JJ. Wilson, is authorized to make all settle xaenta and collect all debts due the concern. - R. B.WILSOy.- - N. BIRMINGHAM. Yazoo City, February 15th, 1858. - WHMS - THE undersigned having purchased tbe 'lit k of the did firm, will continue the business GREATEST EXCITEMENT OF ' UK AGE! rpHE CITIZENS OF YAZOO ARE iN- JL fortnedthat YiAry ri irJfl 2c RllOTriER. wilfremsin in the city for a few day t for the purpose bf executing tome of their most likely AMBROfYPitS. , , n - Everybody should call and get one of tnc- Dont forget to have the cblldrerj all ready, u now is your times. Throw away your old Daguerreotypes and call anL Hawkins & Bro., and have a never fadinJialrire taken imraecuaieiy. ' For particulars tee circulars &c , Yaxoo City, may 9 51 tf. OUADDAII'S WOTICH At the June Term, 1856. of the Prohat at Ce old atand with an additional supply of, Court of Yazyo county, I will;. as Guardian of llprses, Buglet and Hacks, and will endearor . the minora uoofly present my annual account lor seiueiacub ana muwincc. ; to rff stUsfactioa to customers. Vlltrcb 14 43 tf. TL B. WILSON. LYDIA COODY. Guardian. Uj 29th; 1856-5 Vi;':;' anrl bwn Jeans FancV Goods.. Bar age; Grenadine and floun ced organdie Robes; Pnhted Jaconets and Linens; Ginghams, Muslins, Brilliants, &c. ' Whit Goods. Heal White Swiss; dotted White Swiss; Plain and checa Jaconets; Mull, and Nansook Lawns; Dim ty and pa-e Irish Linens; Handkerchiefs. E mbr'd, Corded, Hemsticli ed and Linon Cambric Hdk's; Gents' do. do; Bdoti and Shoes. - Ryan's best Gaiters. Bootees,' Slippers'" and Buskins, for ladies wear. Ryan's Oxford Ties, pegged and sewed ; and superior, calf-akin pump-soled boots for gents Ryan's Misses and Children's Shoes, of all kinds and sizes; Ryan's Ladies embrd and Parodi Slipner. ; - - r clothing aid Hats"WT: . Softi light French Cassicaere Hats, for summer wesi. Alpacca. Linen. Black Cloth, and Marseilles Coats. Black Doe skill "and fanbr Cassimere Pahtj; , Vhile ahd ,6lbted Duck Pants, shrunk; Cuff and white llarteil- Vests, Figured Msrtelilet vestij PUia and xrass vesia, . T. -7'-"- r ..: .Collariand Seta,: . ;:; Jaconet arid Iluslla Collars Maltese Collars Mourning Collars; Muslia and Jaconet eU; tlTLIiA rmmtm TAnv4tnv tit Aim 9 . w lllkO vfc wwui vwj 14 , - We respectfully eolicit the attention ot ,ouf friends andtha nubile to cr ftock. Ordcrf filled with care. - - ; ; 1 -4 v v , C0T7AN,C;UPIN & JACK. pre- tfrderd tion' of Carriages at Manui- farinror'a frl.pa The attehtion of purchasers is respectful ly solicited at No, 116 Gravier Street rear of the St. Charles Hotel, JNew Orleans. April ii ; :; , v ai u. sew Fsasii tzr Vicksburg april 4, THE subscriber have on hand ai d are con stantly receiinar from their manufactory at Piit- bur?!- renn.. riantaiion ana noaa tvazorii u horsef and oxerwCsne VVons and Curt?, Drays Or and. Timber Wheels; with and without axles: warehouse and steamboat TiuckM Jersey and Bac. us ire Waronsi baajre add other car.s for horses and oxen; hand carts; wheelbarrows of every des cription, and all other articles in tWwbeelwrisht line, mncie oi tne nest seesonea materials ana war ranted to be superior to , any .oiher rnanufartnre which will be sold at reduced priced and Jnwer than any other rstaoHshment in the Soutlern country. -Purfehaieta will find. 1 to teirintereft .to call ato'd eramlns oar stock before purcbsiinp fclsswherev, .We ue pone bat block Jocuwip with . white oak snnkas and felloea. All wortt rw J bT us is warranted. , Api1t to ; .:. . i P HELPS, CARR di CO.. IQi Csrondelct st. i . - s ui'Ui ; I "April U,Wa 4 .1 -f: Notice. pUBSUAKT to a decrso of the Mid- die Drstricj Cbancery Pourt of the Statci of MiesiflBippi, at i aioo city, ren dered on tne vth day cf April 1856, in a - certain c&ase . therein pending in which OAfcejr & Bawkins, and others are complainants, and J. Q. Dabbj and others are, defendants, I will On JlOndny, tHe 16th day of June within the hotiri preccribedXy law, at the OonrtHonse ih Yazoo city,' in said State, proceed td sell at ptxblic auction on ft credit of six todnths, the following described lot, or parcel bfgrpttzid, Jyin and beingin the town bf xa2oo city; in tne conniyoi iozoo, and atate afore said, beinc the sonthwest nortion of lot nnrnber two hundred and twentv- fotfr, as designated on the map or plan of said town, beginning at the centre of the wall dividing said property froni tne JLJrug tore, now owned and occu pied by 'ibompstfn & Co., and running upjuam Bireec. twemy mree leet, six inches, more or less, tothe centre of the brick wall dividing said property froni the brick store oi J. J. Hughes, and which is now occupied by Htesnabotham &C5o , thstce in a direct line with said wall to Mound street, thence , down Mound street fo a point where the cen tre of Thompson & Co's line strikes said street; thence to the place of be- The purchaser of emd lot of parcel. of gfoand will be required to give bond with approved seenrity, bearing eight per cent interest per annum from iti date, for the purchase moDer: SIMON T.MASSEt, may 16 53 5t. . Commissioner. ,Joizce4 PURSUANT to a decree of the mid-- die District Chancery Court of the State of Mississippi, at Yazoo city, ren dered on the first day df April A. D. 1 856, in a certain canse therein pend ihg, in which Samuel Oakey is com plainant, and the heirs of O. B. Nash are defendants, I will, On inonaay, tne lGih day orJane 185G, within the hours, prescribed by law, at the court-house, in Yazoo city, in said otate, proceed 10 sell at public auction, on a credit of six mdnths, the following described tracts of land, lying in the coudiv oi xazoo, in saia otate, and re spectively described as fsllows: South east quarter and east half oT south-West quarter of section four township eleven range two west, Containing, by estima tion, two hundred and forty acres, more, or less. The purchaser of said Jrafct .of land will be required to give bond witn good security, bearing eight percent: interest per annum, from date, for the purchase-mOtiev. , r ,e5AT'5AlflEL A. JOHNSON, May 14, 1856 n52-5w Commiaaioher, tc. TRUSTEE'S SALE. IN pursuance of the provisions of a Deed of Trust executed to us by Richard B. Powell on the ilth day of January 1854, for the benefit of bakev D TT. 1 5 1.1 1 oc xiawKins, ana wmcn nas been duly recorded, and for the purpose of dis- cuarguiK me uaiauua uie saia uaKeV oc awKins oy saia roweii, and Becured in aid deed, we wili sell, on JTIonday, tbe 16th day of Jane 1856, at public sale, at the courthouse in Ya zoo city, to the highest bidder, for cash, wio jviiviuug uwv,uupu pivpeny, ueinz a part of that conveyed in said deed, in trust, the south-east quarter of sec- A? V 1. J. 1 1 iun eigmeen m lownsuip eleven range wo west: and the following named neeroes : .Lewis, Ureecy, Jbmily, Fanny, and Sophia. Onlv so much of the above property will be sold as will be required to pay the balance due Oakev 0 rT 1 3 .1 . . . J oc nawKins ana uie expenses ot sale: The titles of the above prbpertv we consider good, but will only convey such as is vested in us as trustees. , N. G. NYE,) Trn ... S. E. NYE,( Truste08 Yazoo City, May 15, 1856. n52-5w C3COTCH ALE just received by . HARDAWAY & WHITE: Vicksbors marcb.28: R YAN'S Pegged and Sewed Calf Boots. Calf Oxford Ti s. Patent Leather Gxford ties; Buskin Bootees for Gents, . . . , - , ' . GORHAM& ROWLETT. Vicksburg, spril25. MOLASSES . ldo bbls Reboiled Molasses ; 60 hi bbls do ,doj for sale by UH VS. D. BMK DE3 Co. Vicksburg, April 18. . , . COFFEE- ' 100 saeks Rio Coffee, " 10 sacks Java do for sale by CHAS.E SMEDES & Vicksburg April 13 . v CO; TjtrnisKEir if 50 bbls Swan Whisky,, r - 60 hf bbls do ' do. For sale by, . V .; CHAS, E SMEDES & Co. Yazoo City,: april 18. JUST Received and for Sale f h.iaa Vxr Tn and Linsers. - T . Chas E SarEtfEs & Co. Vicksburg april 23.' ... - SAL.E. i, et al.J, , FLOUR - ' vvy 'i'- 'r X-r ;--t s " -30 bbls Pagan's XXX Flour, SO bbls Fvgans (Qur ace do- . , , r . j! i - 40 Mis Fagan's United States Mil's do, for sale by ? i ; T - T'. : . CI1AS E SMEDES & Co. AVifksbu-ffapril 18.--- .' COMMISSIONER'S ". Samuel Goodwin, , vs. J Decree. Elizabeth Herndon, t)Y virtue of the above stated deTee Circuit Court bf Yaioo cotihby, State bf Mississippi sitting as a Court of Chan cery; rendered at the May term, 1855 ; .j.j in a ceriain causu - tnen penumg, m which Samuel Goodwin is complain ant, and Elizabeth Merndon et al. are defendants, I will, bri ( . . , Monday, the 16th day of June iiext; at the lrbnt door of the court:hbuse, in Yazoo city, eipbse at public sale, with in the hours prescribed by law, totha lashest bidder, for cash, the east hall bf the north-east quarter df Section font ih township eleven of range two west Sold to satisfy tHe abdve stated decreo and costs. -L , . . , v M. A. JEJTKIKS. Commissioner. JTasooCity, May 14, 1856. n52 5w ? .EXECUTOR'S N0TICE. . As Executor of the last will and test ament of H. Prieheti, I will at the Jone term 1856, of the Probate Court bT ,Ya zoo county, make a final settlement ot said estate and ask for leave to surren-" der my letters. - , V V R. J. S. PRICHET, Executor. , May 16.53 5t, ' . ADI?3INITIXATOBS - NOTICE. . 1 A t Administrator ot the estate or a; D 11 Mockinjr birdvCaees, : 12 canary bird cagesfbr aal by . . - ; XAIUJUI SWETT. .:Yis-:-J fpril 18 '63. M. Prichet, I will at tKe June terra 1 850 .oT the Probate Court oil Yazoo county, make a final settlement of said estate and ask for Xzzrrz to surrender tny Utters. - : R. J. S. PPJCBET Hay 16,52 5t, : . Adniisiitraior.