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rHliiL tine passenger JtMeamor MM A I TON, John S. Wal lace, master, will arrive from L ) us r i lie about the 15th inst., and leave aain for same port on the lUlh inst, For freight or passage apply on board or to SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY, Agents. Yaxoo City, July 11, 1352-36-1 w. motive. of a" decree of the Probate Court of T virtu. Holm a county, May term, made to me 1 will expose to public sale at the court house door In Ytaoo city, and county of Yazoo, on Satur day the 2lstday of August, 1S52, all the lands lei m-jin to the estate of John Cotton, dc i ed Sai l lands lie as follows: Nor'ih-west . . - 1 v 1. .1 i L. . uu.irtcr ana wesi-tiau norm casi quarter, Sec tion 2, Township 13, Ratine 1 west east halt if bouth-wCst q uarter, Section 35, township 14, jRan 1 wast, in Holmes county. The follow lag lands in Yazoo county : Kast -half south-east quarter, Section 9, west-half north west quarter, Section 15. east-half north-east quarter, east-hall sjuth-east quarter Section 21, south-west quar ter nn 1 w st-half north-west quarter, Section 23, -visi-h ilf north-west quarter, Section 27, all in Township 11, R'n;el west East-half north WCSt quarter. West-half north-east quarter, Sec tion 6. Township 12. Il tn-e 1 east. Said lauds will h? sold on a credit of twelve month, bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser. E. " BURKHEAD, Adm'r. July 14, 1852-34 3vv. MAUli AGE, HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. WBf IS IT f Pint f WrhoM many f'inUcs, scarce in llie mcr;.liii if life Mwka in lir;lli .;! sj.iriu it!i cinilioaiimi ,:i tfinaaaa ni ailniiMis. fi i t them of tlie " ft fbf i lir enjoj meat I I. If hi nil u- I.,' i ph-irl lirlrh, hnnynnry of (piriU, .,a kuw sen niry a BtutLuiMuc I'mm a couiii.u ul Itr&l.h, bf (--t'll irv n-ll Many ofiltr CMTMVof brraaffenoK t nrt peiliar ven.- t-fii, irtiM tlniinc f irltod. Of tiw Atl yean of DUUTMp i--r in tl.en lirfht a to a uiimKicrd, a.id of couis Wlifi too to hf iwufitt4 liv our know W, vr look jttck it I mh u.; . :iiJ ifie; tfcc full ClinllC of our : rmi ce. U h II v .!! wr not often fire to pMSTM, HI ii!y life, the !!... it ', vie oiitaiu in -lier rears! Ana v!iv. tla)' ai.rl niifl :s or i i .It we Riight Hot Irava oceu iared, it li.e i,o le J- liinvly i ti.esieil. it is .CHUM' A.U STAUTLIXO elttiMi r:iI ia bVi en Jnre'l by mviy a wi fe To It Ik. 1.1 t!i. to; i:i i iv years, li.ni causes unnjile reiWedietl oi benerstiH. not inciiirc ul t'eof ioiljl-!e. i ailv J. if'irery I F AM) .1IOTIIKK IVs-eiie-l (he in RiBtiat ion mtaineU in a lit4c 1 olume, ( w itb in iht waeia ( nil) vi Licit woulu PKt to herself YKAKS OK 9USEKY, A"rl to her InKl.-viil tlie eowtant i.i -fai if. detoltirui hm liim t Slid .'isiety nf njn (, nckneM oi llie n i!e. ii;li-n;. iri i- turn llie otn-oi tunit v of HCo u i i ire tit .t i - enee nUickvHIs emttions -t-m entitled, a :. J t!;e coast's -. wliicli w ii!d tccare the haryi::os of li:me!l", wife, ai.d r!.:l,l.cu. t tiK tuk Mr. vxs or happimcss liv becusaiwK in time possessed ol tf.e knowlvdjaa the wart ! v!:'oo l.t- ct tsvd Ine si.-U- -.is n-.d rcrty .a' thmssandi I 1 c w ol .J . 0 n usicneea, no rft m :i:i i esou. si de ii she Heeled to avail herself of tint know lodice in reaped to !u r- If. v. iiioh would scan ber uiuvh sUBifrSi u. bt ! messes oi l.-i i r.e.. ai:d prtMiHrrity to Uer Imikand, utl Confer n 'ii'. der do Id . e i thit blessing sbOSe all pi ice lie .iltl.y hdic,, will, healths nn ,ds. 'i hat know Kdue u couiao.tii i in THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Privftlc Blcdical Companion. i r k fft t,,;,-r, rt It O V tUUtiat n i s : a s y. s o y H R 1 On i. pp. 50. Price, oO ctt. EXTRA BINDITH, Si Ctl Kii t published i:i I " IT. and it is not Sl IU'i'.IZI.M; OR AVOMFJtlKl', Coi.iMol.is ln KVKUV r'KM I,E, v. ni: i a MAttRISCOMt ROT, cu imc isrqntrc t fit II kiiowlManf of tlie iiiUtnc, h n vnt t rr no;! . : of t. r co ! J !r. 1 ii t s, ssrtttk lite vaiiiuii s;i::ptonu, mill tltnt neat!) IIAI.r A 3IXII.L10N COP1KS -.oah! Isftrf been .-d.l. It i ilrBtrsxiicabK to ronsty lly tlie ssrioits mhjecti t.ct'i'i! of, the t.e ol s uHue tmr'.'y ma-: -.!,,! for the atftrned, vi IW'MI ecimtplTOiii; mairbrges, 1-tu on i mate 4e;'. . as of eJo it,ff iisclih. nml tluit h-;oo t , f'nilimi 1 itia t.r ;ih. w birb is so c dueiee to her own nappincsa, an. I th: 'f he: !hisT:-i;:.I. dihfv ln5 or v, ill obwin it, as h 01 ill erery fu ba I b. has the lute and affection of bis tt tie at hetrt, oi that oJ'bis or n peconitsty :in--rovement. II'IV.VKIIS Of X-X!: IU XDRKE THOV S IM) COPIES ll,is beca SEXT BY 31 Ml- wiihisj tbe lai: few 11 or.ths y y y y y y y f W W U 4 J J ?J3rB asc nnd Sbameful Fraud! ! CAITI0X TO BOOKSELLERS. VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHT. A SPI RIOUS KOITION M-igrrsnt atid bareficrtl, ba stirrcititionslv isnfl, with ilia sune lorin onJ siie, exactly the sane TnU PadE, auj njclly tl.c same TVPOGUAPI1ICAL AUK AXCE SUE ITT, But another n.iin( snbst i t titpil for ' Or. A. I. fllaui iroau," and " Boston"' for " New York," and the mords, Enti :.! . accotdiiiR to Act of C'onsriess, in the year M7. by J O S E P H T R O V , Itt tlie Clerk's 0;ltce of the Oistrict Conn of the Somhein District of New York, 0.1HTTEU. The coutanta, the subject matter, and reading arc EN TIItKI.Y DIFFERENT, Trinted on poor, brownish, dirty paj'er, with a paper cover. It can be known also from the iimarabtc and illegible wood cuts scattered throughout its pages. The copyright edition vonlaina none. 11 there are any in the trade so lost to shame a:;d CO WITT on honesty as to he willing parties tS DEFRAl'DING THEIR CTSTOJ1FRS, No less thau the legl owner of the property io copyright, they will he prosecuted, and steps will lie taken to i xioje ihem to the public. A ropy will l,e sent to ech hooltseller or firm, (with tha term upon which thev will be luruished.) upou receipt ol us or their business caid ol address. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. BE NOT EffItAUtEIJ! Uiiyno bfMlc m.lrs. Dr. A. M. Maiirireao, 120 Liberty r. , , J "l1 '1,e I'Ue lase, a id the entry in ( leik's on the bacU or ihe title ijje corresiiondj as herein, and buv nr ofreietahle a'.il honorable dtalcra, or eiid by mail, and ad dress tn Dr. A. M. MauriccM. Full title paije. w ith contents, toeether with a few raees rreatmzpr itn"rtant sulijects to everv married female m ill be sent, free or Cbanee, i.uny one e.iclotins a leuer stamti in prepaid letter, nddre&sed as herein. rrOn receipt ot Fifty Ce..t, or On OnMar for t!,e Hue KilMInn rxtrn tli,,llnsr "TIIK MARRIKI) VVOJIU'S PRIVITK MEDICAL CII-IPUIOS" I- t (mel ftree) to any part or tbe (Jiilterl Stnti-s. All letters muat toe post-pnld. nnd nctlresl to till. A. !W. M i;i!l( K AU, Box 193. -av YorU City Punilvhlny Oflicc, So. lO Ul, , ty Street, Sew Yorlt. ,TO" For sale by THOMPSON 5c Co. Yaxoo city ; and STEPHEN F. FOWLER, Nctchez. Miss. July 14, 1832-30. Important to Ladies. KS. KOSE having perm-men ily located herlf in the citv of Yazoo, is prepared to mahe Ladies Dresses, Mantillas and childreris clothing of the latest styles, and in most work man like manner. Mrs. Rose will receive all work entrusted to her care at her residence near Mr. J. Horns, on Main street, below the steam boat landing. July 7, 1852-33. Madame . Four cade, FASHIONABLE MiLLENER, INFORMS the Lndies of Yazoo City nnd vi cinity, that she has come to thi place to make it her permanent residence. Those who may favor her with their patronage, can be nssnred of receiving the Paris style in her profession. She will keep constantly on hand a fine assortmen of Silk andStraw Bonnets, of the latest fashions also Mantalets, Capes. Bibbone, Flowers &c. Bleaching ana press ing will he promptly attended to. -dnin Street, two doors above the Bank. Yazoo City, July 7, 1852.-6m. K"0SSUTlf HATS The above Hats justre received and for sale b v Mrcb 2 X, NUNN ALLY 5 Gk WilHrtms' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cirrrm on I Wood ..it.'i Uiy advancing Every pors-u i'l the estimation ofthe pub who has yiven it ;i f'ir trial, te rant of commendation. I colds, and every disease In and Lungs are inynlwd. it i producing the most satatarji lie. Bp-'.-i : it in C'l-i-S ol eon a. which the Breari sta li iiann. very On o! short sp:n-i' ot" time. As thi U iliu year wheu !h'.' system is verv iib cold, and when coughs become verv , l.i ... I to lake trouble- s line arm uanjje.nus, we Know no int'dicim t, .at will so speedily relievo t f . i v inv,i...ht preparation. It i produce" no lujn It afford 'V- 'i rerr, ,r k ihly plea nt and uts euects. .as irie inventor oi tliH i meeiei' rt,"idl e unicigncd pleasure to st tte i:i lt IS advancing in public it li L-j ted iiini ili-'r every hp, ha. I ll"d and everv i.uov remedy had been exhausted. ror fun descriptions ot its merits, vu u - fee, see Pamphlets, to bo had of the A grants For Sale, by C. T. MANN. Yazoo City, Miss. Juno 10. l852.-lm. Trnstee's Sale- 1Y virtue of the profisionso "executed by John M. (fre of a Deed ofTrrtsI Julia (rre'Si William Garrison and Elizabeth (f trrison on toe zutn day ot January, A. u., Lbou, to me as Trustee, for thy purpose of securing to ClaiBone Bowman the iiavmuii ot cet- tain d bts therein mentioned, and which lias been duly recorded in the Ptobate office of Va zoo couutv in Book of Records Q. pages 839, 'J 10 and 24 i 1 will proceed to sell at public sale to highest bidder for rash at the door oi tlu- old Court Hon in Benton, on Saturday, 7th day of August A. 1). lb-")2. an undivided moiety of the following described lands situated in Holmes comity, near the line between that and Va.oo counties, to wit : the whole of Section "J. Township 13, and Range 1 East the north half and south-west quarter, and the west half of south-east quarter of Section 23 and east-half of north-east quarter of Section Jl in Tov nship !o. Kange I east, containing Izod 2b-IUi) acres. also th i entire int-rest in the following describ -1 lands situated in Yazoo county, to wit: south east quarter of Section 12. in Township 12, Hange 2 west the west-hail south-west quarter and tlie west half d" north-west quarter of Sec tion 7. in Township 12. Rangf 1 West. Act ing as Trustee, 1 will convey such title as is ves ted in me under said Deed of Trust. EDWARD BOWMAN. July 7. ISyJ.-o-j. Trustee. rI'lie Si:to of Mississippi, ? A.OO COUNT it. i t. Court, on Hicreof. EMBER TER3 t'u- Chancer, A. D. IS imnlainuii VS. Elijah Jenkins, et. al 8 T TON oeeairic the m ate Hi n the Complain4 J aais iiilt of iaeriror, and it appearing to I 1 Z lurl that Peter li tvnun. 11 :zekiah Hayman, Robert 1). iLiyman. and isah T. llayman and the oilier u;i!t!i iwu heirs of llvnrv llayman deceas ed, deieu lan ts to ilie Bill of Revivor of Com- plainants, reside beyoa I the limits of th of Mi-.-tssiooi. It is therefore ordered State id ad- ju Iged that unless tl II . , m in, II secltiah 11 on 1 1- th T. Bayoa itt heirs of ILnrv iiayra or bef r fch : first di Court, at a court to b said Defen !:n;s, Peter .miu, Roht, D. Ik.uuii, and the other unknown i.i deceased, appear here on y of iho next Term of said a h-iid -Mi at the court house Citv, on the first Monday in tha town of Yas? after me io-rth Monday in October A. D. an 1 plead, answer or tlepar to the Com lSv)3. I hem. ii!i;s IjiU oi Revivor, the sei 1 alle therein will be taken for confessed as to an l the m ttters therein decreed, and it is fvuMber ordered by the court lhat a copy of this order be published in the Yazoo Democrat, a newspaper 111 1 f i 1 .I-, tm r . r 4 i-;i.-! 1 io tne own 01 xazoo city, atatc 01 Mississippi for four iCCe isi 9 Weeks. ATTEST: GIB BARNES, Clerk. July 7. 1852.-35 lw. N. G. cc S. E. Nve.Soiici: rs. .loaioy to Loan. 'IlIE R td of Police cf Yazoo counfv v ill. I al 'heir August Term -"2. loan out Thirty-Two Hun Ired-Dollars, in ac ortlaQce with the provisions of an act of the L j'lature, entitled an --act to promote C mini m Schools in the State of Mississippi," approved February, 1850, and the a'-i supplemental th 'reto, approvetl Feb ruarr! 1852. Bbr order of the Board. JAMES II. BELL, Clerk June 30-. 1852.-34 ISuiidius: Aoticc SEALED proposals will be received by the O Committee appointed foi building a Mason in Hall and Church in the Town of Satartia, un til the hour of 10 o'clock on Tuesday the 27th day of July 1S52. The size of the building will be 46 feet lone, by 34 wide, and about 30 feet hi&h, but a more minute discriplion mav be seen bv a reference to a plan of the building with the specifications, left in the possession of Henry Douglas, E.-q., in Satartia. Bids are prefcred by the committee, proposing to build lire same eith er of brick or wood, aftd setting forth a bid upon each, seperately according to the plan and spe cifications. The undertaker will be required to give bond wih good security to the satisfaction of the committee, that the work shall b executed in a faithful manner, and in a reasonable time. D. H. MILES. Chairman of the Building Committee, July 7, 1832-35-3w. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Yazoo County. PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 1852. To ail persons interested in the estate of Nicholas O'Reilly, deceased. m OU are herebv c ited to be and appear before K. honorable Probate Court of Yazoo countv at uie July Term. then and there to show cause ii" any you can, why the r myer ol a certain petition fifed in said LOt by Clai. borne Bowman. adi,?inMt rator tte boni nun ot Nicholas O'Reilly, deCBSg shtmld not be gran ted, and he beanthorizel to conrom a certain t:im rtn,K- in cnit nmiint llie ii 'lltull atl.l Mail- :rs;erRoil Road and Banking l," 'moans in fa vor ol hi ; intestate, amounting toJfcl,i&31 .fv! farther to do and sufler such things as .sha,lbe consi ier.d and ordered by our said Court in the premises. It is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat for the space of twentv days Witness, the Honorable George B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Yazoo County the 4th Monday in June, 1852 and seal f said Court. Issued the 5th dav of Julv. A. D. 1852. JAMES. H. BELL, Clerk. July 5th, l852-3w. Freight, Trunks and Parcels, FORWARDED BY ADAMS & CO'S, New York and New Orleans Express, from of fice, 16, 18 and 19 Wall Street, New York. 72 Camp Street, New Orleans. Jan 23, 1852-12 Dr, n a , Labor Saving Macnii HAVING purchased the patent rigfit king and selling the labor saving washi cbines of Mr. Sabin, I am now prepare all orde -s on short notice for thesfc intri and-' itidispensarble machines. jFr:li.W H.ST ! 8 AM. r IT IS AN ERRONEOUS IDEA ' hit disense cm n n oi In: eufd ex '"pi. by tnkltitr larsjt ijuaotities ot'inedicltkes into ilia s oi h, in a threat many cases of viiiqj injury is done alth1 uiph the di.--'ase in poi u U nci ual . cun d. T e e nils d tlie .-i.m ieh ly i-ijnd Hied u- " of u e m ; og mix. u i e.T, fieque tly become mi inu.'h fiisordenul that the digeftive function is seriously luihrod the result of whicli is dys pepsi i, nervousnesp, cholics, alternate diar rhea ami costiveues's flatulence, etcM etc. Would it not, therefore, he very desirable -to posse; a a remedy, which being applied cxtern nlly would excite the absoreenta to increased iction, ntnl thus carrv off throuuh thia medium the deleterious principle whteh is the direct ii ie of the disease ! 8urel- every fhi-nking man win iiu mi tii.ii mis wouSu not only Be trie most pieasant, but by f;ir the safest jneana to effect the desired end.. The slcnost Buperhuman cures performed oy the Ar :' ufphv-icians in the days of old were majn! y eiF'e -ci iy this eourseof ti i-I'ment. nnd ihe itifrredients of w.dc.'i 11. ti. FABilELL-S CELEBRATED il HI N LINIMENT is composed, are ix- iracieu irsjm r re plants p ,-n'iar t riihifi. ThU irr Liuiiuent (which i- n .v to fie liati of mo.-t rfpectble drusgirits and merchants in every town in the United Statsa) is daily eflecting cures which r eined beyond tlie pow er of medicine to control consunipiioii, bron chitis and liver complaints in their first stapes, nervous affecliona, indigestion, enlargeuient of the spleen, sCfofulouJ tumoiM, poltro, ete.t etc., are frequently cured, and always relieved by its use. It is un njacpasaad as an anodyne relieving' severe pains in a tew minutes after its application, Lt soothes the irritated nerves. and product's that drfiglitfnl tranquility t-o trr ate fill, to the m-rvous iiiva id. Sprains, brui ses, wounds, burns, sore throit, chilblains, rheumatism, sun p tin, etc., etc., are speedily cured by it, and fr nearly all ailments in hors es i r cattle, requiring externa application, it i.v an cfleclenl remedy. LOOK OUT FOlt COUNTERFEITS ! The public are cautioned against another counierteit, which his lately made its appear- ance, called W. B. Farreil's Arabian Liniment. the most d sn:;erous of all the counterfeits, be- cause having the name of Farrell, many will my it in good faith, without the knowledge that i counterfeit exists, and thev will perhaps only liscoSBI their error when the spurious niixiure ias wrought its evil effects. The genuine articls is manufactured only by 1. G. Farrell, sede iaventor and proprietor, and wholes lie dr i . ' -?, No. 17 M tin street, Peoria, llinois, tq whom all appUcations fb Agenci js m:is 03 aciaressed. J5e sure vou get u witn tn : II. Q. b-f.ire FarndlV, ih is II. Q. r .KKi!.Lij a ana ins .si mature on tlie wrapper, all o h srs are c anterfeil ;. Sold bv THOMPS01S HARD AW AY WHIT ( o. Yazoo Chy; i- tsbuiE, Miss. and bv r ulrrlv anthorked a'.vuts ihrousihout rli l.Tniied Slates. (: : Trie 25 an I 50 cents, and t per bottle. AGENTS NV NTt-:I) in every town, village and hamlet ia the JJuited Suites, in which one is no! al tiy establidfd. Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied vith good reference as to character, responsibility, &c. Vluv 20. ibo2.-2U. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ? Yazoo Gitnty, PROBATE COURT JUNE TFKM, l$o2. . To all persons interested in the lands, ten ements yr. of Ann L. Perry, deceased. S7"OU are hereby cited to be and appear before a the Probate Coutt.of Yazoo comity, at the V gust Term thereof, then and there to show cause if any von cun. why an order should n; ! made for the sale of lot number 408 in tlie town of Yazo.-i city, foi the r i nient of tfiedebts of the said deceased, it having been represented to our said court that her personal property was insufficient to pay the .aine. and lurther to do an 1 s iflfiw such things as .-hall be. considered an i ordered by out sai l Court in the premises. Vn ! it is ftiirther ordered that publication of this citation be mule iu the Yazoo Democrat for tbe s pace of six da vs. Witness, Hon. teor B. Wilkinson, Judae of the Probate Court of lazoo County, the fourth M ' t in J ma 1852. an 1 seal of said Court. 1 tied the 5th day of Jnlv. 182. JAMES H. BELL. Clerk. July 7. 1 832.-33-6 -v. Administrator's Notice. A T the July Term, 1852. of the Probate Court i of Yazoo county, 1 will, as administrator of Peter Rupert, deceased, present my annual ac eountt for settlement and allowance. JOHN LEAK. Adm'r. &c. June 3D, 1852-34 -3 w For Casb. Our stock of goods at present aie quite large therefore we will from this date sell unusually low for cash. For the future, we aje determined none shall undersell us for the d''mcs in hand. M nev we mast have, and goods we will sell We still continue to sell on the usual time to punctual Customers. NUNNALLY 5c CO. May 12, 1832. Sign Golden Eagle Main st. fX3 Whig please copy. FOB SALE, A Good little dwelling house and : i S lot in the most imnrovin?r Dart of iw town. The lot is 100 feet fron;, running back 320 feet, with good stable on the back end ot it. The house contains three rooms, with (rood brick cistern Hltached. Terms, half cash, the ball a nC the first of Januarv next. June 9, 1852-31 A-B. JOHNSON. 1j 17 C II . x? TURTLE and BEEF i -y? SOUP, and a great va . . riety of eatibles, the best s lie market can af- r 1 -II 1- r : t l.MM. win oa lUllll.Mli;u f r LUr.CH at Grubbs Pro Bono Publico Sa- . ,1 , ot 11 ia.'Sj - - i r. : i i . , 1 1 , uai e -- o'clock. No pains will be snared to please the taste of nr.- patrons. WILLIAM S. GRUBBS. Yazoo City, April 21, l52.-lm-22 Notice. " ETTERS of Administration having been Md granted to the undersigned at the January Term 1852, of the Probate Court of Yazoo coun ty, oi; the estate of Benjamin Grimes deceased, all persoiis indebted to said estate, will comefor ward and settle, and those having claims against the same, will present them within the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. P THEODORE J. GRIMES, Feb 4, 1852-13 Administrator. Texas Land for Sale. O! ACfe.ES of Texas Land in Jefferson iOU county; Texas, for sale bv Yazoo City, Feb 4, 1852. S. H. WILSON. For Snle. A SPLENDID lot and building on Jefferson f st., next door to the late residence of Capt. Wm. Nichols, near the intersection of Main st. The above house and lot if not sold before the 6th day of July will be offered for sale at public uction. 'Perms of Sale. Three hundred dollars in sh: the remainder in 6 and 12 months. Apply to - JOHN HAGMAN, i MMl I sl june 23-1 m corner of Main & Jeffercon st. The State of Hisslssinpi, ) IA.OQ C flail, $ PlWa , .: ikif- - ,1a. TKm, 7'j uU pc st 1 1 t rJ. $mcws and n, t'dvt-j,. iJ ihtUy, di ceaked. i the In. i In tt i i'n of John 1. 7 OU are hereby cited to be appear before the M Probate Court of Vazoo couutv, at the Court House thereof, on the fourth Monday in July 1 "iJ, then an I there to answer the petition of James P. O'Rtnliy, Administration of John E. U KeHy, deceased, lor the sale of the lands and tenements of said decedent, described in said petition, as follows: O113 half interest in the southrhalf and east-half of north-west quarter, and west-half of north-ea3t quarter an 1 south east onsEter of north-east Quartet of Section 9. east-half of south-east quarter of Section 8, east-half of north-east quarter un I north-east quarter of south east quarter of Seeiion 17. west half of east-half ol south-west quarter and west h 1 if of east-half, n ir'.h-wcst quartet and west half of noith-uest q-i irter and west-half of south-west quarter of Section 10; and north west-quarter of Section 15, all in Town-hip 12, Range. 2 West, in Yazoo county, and known as the " Furze"- plantation. Also the entire inter est in Lots 310, 311 and 232 in tb- town of Ya zoo City, for the payment of the, debts of said decedent, his personal estate being represented insufficient to pay the same ; and to shew cause if any yon can. why so much of said land-and tenements should not be sold as will be sufficient 1 to pay the residue of the debts of sai I decedent. And further to do an I suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered! by our said Court in he premises. It is further ordered that publi cation of this citation be made in the Yaoo Democrat for the space of thirtv days. Witness, the Hon. Geo. IJ. Wilkinson. Judge of the Probite Court of Yazoo county, the -Ith Monday in Miy, A. D. 1852. Issued the 31st dav of Slay, 1S52. JAMES H. HELL, Clerk June 2. 1So2.-3')-ow. Tlie State of Mississippi, Y VZOO COUNTY, PilOE ATE C-OUHT May TeKM, 1&D2. To William Usher, Will vim L. Campbell and ail other persons interested in. the lan Is and tenement of Andrew Usher ('(ceased. Y OU are hereby cited to by an 1 af?cir b tore i the Probate Court of Yaroo county, atiiicj Court House thereof on the fo irdi Monday in I Augiei next, then an.l there to show cause Bj ALL th indebiedto us for 1631, are earnestly any you ean, why an order sh )uld not be made requested tocdl and settled up br tfic 13th dav tor ffie sale, of the following de scribed tract of Df Apriljsext. Unless our friends comply with iands to wit : South-east quarter of Section 22, 1 our request, we may be under tho djugrecablsf he Township 9, E :i-e 3 West, lying and baing in eessttvof sueinti some hod v. said county 01 Yazoo, behlWging to th: estate of March 21. 12. THOMPSON & CO. Auurew L'sticr dece ised. And lurther to do and - ifler such thitrrs as shall be considered and or dere 1 by our raid C uirt in the premi-e. An I i' is further ordered that publication of lius citation be. m ule in the xazoo Democrat for ihvj space of six weeks. Witness, the Hen. Gao, B. Wil::ix-ok Judge of the Probate Court ot Y'azoo county, the 4th Monday in May 1852. IsiUt.u. the 31st day of Mav, 1852. JAMES H, BELL, Clerk. June 2. 1852.-3V6w. "i lie St;lc of .tlississippl, YAZOO COUNT, J Pr ,ztt Count, Mav Tei-.m, 1832. To all persons interested in the Guard- dianship of Azro Dyer, a Minor. T'OU are hereby cited to be and appear be fore the Probate Court of Y'azoo county at ihe August Term thereof, then and there to allow cause if any you can, why tlie final n count of L'illis Dyer, Guardian of Azro Dyer should not be allowed, and his Letters tur renoVred, and furthef to do and sutl'-r sucti things un shall be considered and ordered by our snid Court iu the premises. It is lurther ordered thai publication of this citation be inscrteo in tlie Yazoo Democrat lor the.-poe of sixty days. Witness, the Hon. Geo. B. V'ilkixsom. Tudire of the Probate Court of Yazoo County, the 4th Monday iu May, A. D. 132, and oeal of said court. Issued June 7ih. 1S52. JAA1ES H. BELL, Clerk, Juno 9, -1832.-31-0.. Tlie State Mississippi. 1 YAZUO COUiNTi, J PROBATE COURT APRIL TERM. I85fc. To all persons interested in the estate of George. Young, deceased. T OU are hereby cited to be and appear before i tlie Probate Court of Yazoo Count v, at the July Term IB32, then and there to show cause if anv you can. why tlie final account of Peter Lander, Administrator of said estate should not be allowed and his letters surrendered. And further to do and suffer such thin-rs as shall be considered and ordered by our said Court in the premises. And it is further orde re 1 by tho Court, that publication be made of this citation in thi Ya zoo Democrat, for the space of sixty days. Witness, The Hon. G. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of said county, the fourtli Monday in April, A. D. 1852. f Issued, the lstday of Mav, 1S52. JAMES H. BELL, Clerk. May 5, 1852-26-9vv THE S TA IE O F M IS sIS SI PI.) Yazoo Co T t. j Prokate Court June Teem, 1852. To alt persons interested in the I m is and tenement of Thomas jbvad, deed. QU re hereby cited to be and appeal M before tlie Probate court of Yazoo county, at the September Term thereof, then and there to show eause if any you can why an order should not be made for the silo of the following" described-land, viz: south quarter of north-east qwarter of Section 26, and west hall of Hou:li-w8t quarter, and south-east quarter of south-west quarter, and souih-west. quarter of south-east quarter of Section tt3. Township 17, Range 4 East, lying and being in the coun ty of Carroll and State of Mississippi and fur ther to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our said court in the premises. It is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the "Yazoo Democrat" for the space of sixty days. -v Witness the Hon. G. B. Wilkinson. S i Judge of the Probate court of Yazoo county the fourth Monday in June. L S 'A. D. I.'-'.") i, and Seal of said couri. issued the 5th dav of July, 1852. JAMES H. BELL Clerk. July 7, l52-35-9w. Administrator's Sale B Y virtue of a decree of the Probate Court of Yazoo County, rendered at the March Term thereof, 1852, the undersigned administrator of theestate of John Willison. will sellat the Court House of Yazoo cbuiUV aC'Tazoo city, at public sale, n the fourth Monday, the 24th day of May, 1852, between the hours prescribed by law, tlie following real estate, being in Sunflower count v, to wit: west half of Section 6, Township 17, Range 1 west; noith-east quarter of Section 1, Township 17. Range 2 west; south west quarter of Section 31, Town-hip 18. Range 1 west. E. C. WILKINSON, Adm'r. &c. May 26, 1852-29. N. B. The above sale has been postponed un til tbe 96th of June, 18&2. NOTICE. . co-, .rtiierslripdlefctoforc existing betweeh Wo.le Sc Dwight, is this day di-soived. .d. li. vVoiuis aloue authori.-'d to settle and ree.jip: far sui i Urm. M. li. WOLFii. March 31, 1352. C. W. DWlGHT. NOTICE. HAVING dissolved v.ith Mr. C. W. Dwigiit, I ihall continue the Auction and Commission Business on inyown account from this date. Yazoo City, March 3 1 , 1852. M. B. WOLFE. last Notice. A LL persons indebted to the undersigned, aic r 1 j sate 1 to call an I make imme liatc settle men!, as we are anxiour- to ( lose our old husi ness, and longer indulgence cannot bs given. March 15, 1352. J. HLAKO. GOV. KOSSUTH. W E have a few winter goods on hand, con- aistiutr of Ready Made ClotJiiutj. Latfies' Dress Goods. ( Jassimeres, Cloths, &.c., which we will sell very low for caih, before the win ter season la over. NUNNALL V &l CO. Jan 14, '52. biijn Golden Eigle. I i kg Pieces calico haaorted; a'so 2 dozen ew Masoaie Treatle -board, for sale ry S 1 1 KO PS H I RE .fc M A SS K Y Aduiinistrutor's IVotiOO Letters Testamentary ujion 1 lie estate of Wm Mclntyre, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Yazoo County. Notice is hereby given to ail persons indebted to said estate, io make immediate pay ment, and all persons htfingcluino against said estate will pres -nt them duly authenticated m.hm the time prescribed lv law or tliey wrH be forever Uirred. ALEX. McLEOD. Mav die 12 1C52. Administrator. JAMtS WRIGHT. ABRAHAM J. WUIOItT. A. J. WRIGHT & CO., C O 1 T O N F A C T O R 8 a ad COMMISSION AND FORWARELJCG MB CHANTS, No. 07, Graticr iS'r,'.' t, Atir Orleans. February 4, 1852-13-1 I A' Gil A MS Of the" Kossuth plaid, very dch pa,tteroa, cheap for cash by March 2 1. N LAN ALLY & CO. Stray Ci 2 TTROM Yazoo City about the 6lh of J pK'JU Vazoo City about the Uh.t 01 January , L last a buv colt, 4 years old, about A hands ; . ;h, wi n a bald face and hind legs white. AWj ilormatioji m regard to him would ht thankful- ; received. A liberal reward will hi paid to i i : i.s v itt- . cv.i.1. r i j: i h ini'rma ly any one leaving him at Winn's Stable. Yu.oo Citv, March 21, 1S"2 -IS TO INVALIDS AND THE SICK THE CKLEBKATKD COM STOCK MEDICINES. Is'. The reat p-ii u Extractor (Coinu i's 6c Daily's) curing all burns and ail external pains arid Kores. 2d. Balm of Columbia for staying or rcstor infT the humau hair. Srd. He-.voV iH-rve and bono Liniment ir.c. fadlan Tcgetablc Elixir, a cure for all cases o' Rheumatism. MeNair's Acoustic Oil, a certain cure for DeafoeaSt 5th. llav's Liniment, a knov n cure for the Piles. 6th. Spohin'a sick headache remedy. 7th. Mother's Relief, for all women in the family way. 6tb. Lonjrley's Great Westers Indian Pana cea, for colds and feverish feelings and pre ven iuEr fevers, for Asthma. Liver Conip! lint, and rimnus nftections tor Lnarrhcn, Indices sUm and loss of appetile; for costivenes in fc - males and in les, ami nervous compUftts; for $1 mach A.'Ieeiions, Dyspepsia, Piles, Rheuma lism, fke. The tfreat points are it is not bad to take, never fives pain, and never leaves one i COStf V" o 9to. Ivolmstock's VeirohugS (Worm Killer) for children or grown peroua lOib. .Mrs. Brown's great pain killer. No medicine has been discovered that is so happi lv adapted to use internhliy as drops to be ta ken, and yet perform such wonders when ap plied ex:ern;:llv 's a wash or bith, hv frictioe. i In bottles from 12J to 50 cents each. 11th. Saunholtz's Roach and Bed Rag' Bane, for driving nwiiy Vermin in a short time 12th. Tne celebrated Liu's Life Pills and Temperance Bitters. 13th. Dr. Bartholomew's Pink Syrup, the popular expectorant for coughs, colds, influen za occ. 14th. The East India and New York Hair Dyes, the only sure coloring tor the hair. 15th. Lin's Balm of China, a Chinese Reme dy for cuts, bruis-s, sores &e. 10 h. Extract of S irsnpi i iHa. This artfeh has outlived all other SorsaparHlas, and stiii gives Ss great sftisfacti n as ever. 17th, The celebrated spread Strengthening Plaster, m ide fron Dr. Lias icceipe, and the most pepul it- In the market. 18h. Dr. Kline's tooth ache drops. A cer iin and easy cure for Tooth Ache. I9rh. Dr. Comstock has lately bought the riirlit for the United States, of the celebrated I 'one ntrated Mineral Water, found at the Salt Springs of Dr. Wm. C. Chase, at St. Cathe rines, C. W. This medecine lcs attained a notoriety and popularity never before equalled by any prep rati n at that pi ice, and its sale has been commensurate with its merits, which a.o extraordinary. All the remedies are fully described in Al manacs, to be given to all who call whore ihe Medicines are kept. NOTICE. All preparations heretofore knosrc as " comstock's" or comstock & co., always belonged Sc. now belong EXCLUSIVELY to Dr. Lucin S. Coiastotik and though the siguature of Coiastock & Co. will be continued, this extra label with the fac (simile nignature of Dr. L S. C. will in future designate the GENUALL" OTHERS MUST BE SPUfllOU9. Cy- The above medic i nes can be had in this place of C. T. MANN, and druggists generally. March 24, 1852-ly. TCST r-ceived per steamer Aft n, from New UOi received per sieamer am n, iru' 1 Orlosns, elected by myself) a full supply of ie cheapest Family Groceries. Also Bran- the cheapest Family dies, Wines, Fruits, &c. I have made urrrn' -! ments with an Importing House in. new Or-1 lea na, which nnables mo by order, to be al-j ways prepared for both wholslo and retail customers. I have on nanu cumv.- u4 Claret Whie, which I can sell at as low prices adcan be purchased in New Orleans. Give meacidL I- TAMBORINE. Yazoo City, May 26, 1852-tf 29 PISTOLS! PISTOLS.". REVOLVING self-cocklng aud other su perior quality pH-rtols, for saJe by. . . . December 24th 1951. S. H. WILSON. . It. Ox I. A. OWE & CO. Cotton Factors Commission 31ercT!C.M No. 17, Car ixpELSf Sthe:: : , NEW ORliBANS. Refr to Judge J. H. DURRU3, V izop Cifv, A. flf. WEvST, Htdmeat Jboli MAURY, Vernon. M V E ntfl. p repaired to nsaha ada F nih sUfipliea to planters wuhii biifiui ss with the abnvo firm. June 9, 1ho2. JAM ES TlfAR P ieiiMSiis5siz. JtEORGE A. McDONALD respectfulTv in " 5f forms the ladles and gjftllemen of Yuz" City, that he will (jive lessons in Dolbcnr's sci em e of Penmanship. Specimens of his. writing, and specimcjns m splendid improverr"crit mudc by lus pupils can '.a at Winn's Ho'.-.!. LEVI DOLIHiYR, fee LUFUS D0LBEAR, K Rev. A. B. LAW REN ;e. Wo id Bargains ! Bargains I WE are offering great inducement - 1 0 cash ers. J, IIEAED ccC Yazoo City, April 7, 181V2. R A 'ATS A Cue aasottnent of -'Sarrmier eravsts nt th Jine 9, 1)J. SION OF THE E COTTON YARN Genrjr ,. r.,r sale by HARDIN Sept. 2d IS51, Coisariificrsfiip. nptlTE OiHtert-Tneil KaviaiB moc selTiia N-M?thnrin the Rlacksmil nre prep-irt d tn do uU kinds of wor liii,e w i'ii pro!.'",p! io4.-s mm! on e liberal sliara of pairo'ingo i solici on VVasltinfft h streei uoJn Tinn'i F NJ' March 10.152. T. ELI It In theii TUT S. OORBETT takes leave to rotui 5. cere tfi.mksto those ijentieuien w 1 eroosiy patronized at! lejs to adU :'. VTV R IT U' '1 Ol verv 11 m to. wome parly finding the subscriber in tlie v . , . has not jaly ru-ide ini.-"repre?entatlonf, but i- - also iriterfe! ri v. l i iii customers, I put no end to which, ii is nly necessary to remark, tliat trie firs fine set of harness and the fire spring-bar saddle made in this ci'v ero made b. llluJ Ho ti k. :. opportunity of den-, iaj? lh tt ;hcrc u axiy work.r insldp'ia quilte saddles , (the BtiMhlncr) the only part wort oCU)t at beiu" i' ?; v ate, d ne by a !ad ' t ,o , . r .,7.r' V-Ul h rh? mnble at, l" n!..'Ci i'er s s ck u .. . u .t lml a. iic tukea thi t portunity of qeny- ith complete, t:d hKtricta low, for e i Yazo Lily, J jue If. 2 - ', iplo, a 'I.iRKGES and other f ."': c'rcsj goodA fvi I sale chew f.- c uh rt NWlfAtLYA CO'S. Jane G, lf-"2. &m of the Eagle. IGIL'S. -'' 7 - ci'ies, a tine 'mcnt o c"-J l-V rrieg. wiiiuhwe wi!J sell 1 cth or approved paper. Persona h?e fjood rekielft wouid do we1! to call "Furniture Yare Rflom' !ofmo pure elsewhere. . L. BOWER & Yazoo city, Cct 27th 1801. C. C1RR, M. r Eclectic Physician and Surgeon, 13 ESPECT FULLY offers hi- prof l, services to tne citizens of Yazo irifiriilv h'r'niir 21 1 i:nr famiH.'i ritw shool practice, and 12 years prattle Hne in . 3c ooi. Dr. C, convinced f Hie BttperiovUy of t'c I the former pract i i , 3e lv lie v 3jj casesentrusted t of any of iLe prepotai mv or Arsenic. Partic iti- chronic disease. aud di cliildren. Dr. C. is prepired tooparate for st' or crosseyed, eatBra t i-e. Cancers nnd fistula cured wlfhont I rry- Medicine fu. nishcd in oil ca presericcd. Office on Jefferson Street, 2::J dr 3 knife, s whv... r abovo I Nye's Law office. Yazoo Citf, March 3, 1852-ly. f A Id I.S' linn, nnd tasting GaL Ueo M-J tees. Slippers, Buskins auJ walking she for sale cheap for ca. h t KUXNALLY&CO'S. Tune 0, 1652. Sign of the Eagle. RECEIVED per S. earner Volant double barrel shotguns, whi vciyloW to c!( se consignment. June23,lSo2. M. B. d of ared 0LFE. Guardian's Notice. AT the May Term 1802, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, 1 will as Guardian of Cal laway Pickett, present my annual account fui audit and allowance. J. M. PICKETT. May 5, 1S52.-2G Guardian. Administrator's IVotice. A T the May Term of the Probate Court of Ya--tA-zoo county, 1 will make an annual settlo raent of th? estate of Anaon Capshaw, deceased. May 5, 1852. WM. CAPSHAW, Admr. EXECUTORS AO TIE. JT ETTERS testamentary upon the estate of Anderson Parrish deceased, having bsen granted to the underused by the Probate Court of Yazoo county, at the January Term thereof, 1852 notice is hereby given to .11 persons in debted to paid esta'c, to make immediate pay ment, as indulgence cannot be given, and all persons having claims against said estate, are re quested to present them auly authenticated with in the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. ALEX. SMITH. F. BARKSDALE, Feb. 18, 1652-15. Executors. OTiCE 100 gallons Lard Oil for sale by March 24, 1832. THOMPSON & CO. rTMT17P CT OTTTTNf; v"n TT T5 GLMMERCL0TI1ING AND HATS ?sf'l 'cL recuvea. Afresh March 31, 1852. ARB Co. istw Firm HIC GINBOTHAM Ws tht? utdersigned have f ship for the MirpOM of trannaclln; arf ner Jencrn ?. W assott rP rodtiee, Groeery nod Liquor hi vC ill keep constantly on hand a g m ent of famii groceriep. Wine Hardware, Cutlery and QueetM we wrw sell very low. T. T. HTGO N .j .O. Wii HEN-D1 Dcc'r Sd 1851, TII A M P. A O'.VEV, A', to Orleans.