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TV CORBETT takes leave to return his sin--- cre thanks to those gentlemen who so gen terously patronized him duridg the last year, fend begs to add that he will endetVor to de Serve -continuation of that support he has so Very little claim to. Some party finding the subscriber in the way. lias not only made misrepresentations, but has nlso interfered with his customers, to put on "end to which. It is onlv necessary to remark. that the firs' fine set of harness and the first spring-bar saddle made in this city were made ) him. He takes this opportunity of deny ing that there is any workmanship in quinei .ftUi otitphSnrrt thn nnlv nart Wflrlll in worn lOOl ok log at being in every case, none uy The subscriber's stock is fashionable a 1 I. . n 1 rt f lady an( "complete, and his prices low, for example, set of good Buggy Harness for $13. Yazoo City, June 16. 152. --ly, NEW CONCERN. rrllE i-ulwcrihrr having recently purchased the entire stock of Aminailv & Co., con sisting of everv variety of Fancv and Staple Drv Goods, ready made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Sadlerv, Hardware, Crockery and (ilnss Ware, besides many other articles too tedious to enumerate, respectfully invites the citizens of Yazoo City and the public generallv to give him a call. He pledges himself to sel as low as any house in the city for cash, or to punctual customers on the usual credit. N. W. HOBSON. Sism of the Golden Eagle, Main st P. S. The ladies particularly are requested to t-ail, as they will find his stock of Dress Goods, Mtlinery &c, equal if not superior to any in the Oty. july2l-tf Notice. W"Y virtue of a decree of the Probate Court of Holmes count v. Mar term, made tome I will expose to public sale at the court house door in azoo cuv, and county of lazoo, on Satur day the 21st day of August, 1852, all the lands belonging to the estate of John Cotton, deceas ed. Said lands lie as follows: North-west quarter and west-half north-east quarter, Sec tion 2, Township 13, Range 1 west east-half of south-west quarter. Section 35, township 14, Kange 1 west, in Holmes county, lhe follow ing lands in Yazoo county : East-half south-east quarter, Section 9, west-half north-west quarter, Section 15, east-half north-east quarter, east-half south-east quarter Section 21, south-west quar ter and west-half north-west quarter, Section 22, east-halt north-west quarter, Section 27, all in township 11, Range 1 west East-half north west quarter, west-half north-east quarter, Sec tion 6, Township 12, Range 1 east. Said lands will be sold on a credit of twelve month, bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser. E. BIJRK.HEAD, Adm'r. July 14, 1852-3fi-3w. The State of Mississiwni. Middle District Chancery Qmrt of t te Slate of .Mississippi. APRIL TERM 1S52. Thomas B. 1 Iarthcock. UPON opening the vs. Bill for Divorce. Complainant's bill, Mary Ann Harthcock- 3 and itappearing that the defendant Miry Ann Hartheock is not a cit izen of this State, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be executed upon her; therefore it is or dered that said defendant enter her appearance herein, on or before the first day of the next term of this court, to be held in the Court House of Yazoo county, at Yazoo city, on the first Monday after th fourth Monday in September next ensuing, and plead, answer or demur to the complainant's bill, otherwise the several allega tions thereof, will be taken for confessed by her, set for hearing ex parte, and the matters thereof decreed accordingly. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the Yazoo Democrat, a newspa per printed in Yazoo city, once a week for one month. J. M. HOLL1NGSWORTH, Cl'k. July 21, 1852.-371m.pr. fie $9 75 Brooke & Anderson, Sol'ts. FOR SALE. A NEAT dwelling house, situated in a Jsb. very convenient part of the town. ItJit has 5 rooms of good size, brick cistern and all ne cessary outhouses, with a good garden attached. Terms one half cash, and the balance in 12 months. For further particulars apply to July 21-37-lm "A. J. HEROD. DEMTlSTRTt THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be tween Drs. J. H. Andrews &, Laurence, is this dav dissolved b mutual consent. Dr. J. II. Andrews having relinquished the practice of dentistry in this and the adjoining counties, feels great pleasure in recommend ing his former partner, Dr. H. Laurence, as one eminently qualified in his profession, and whose operations are unsurpassed by any oth er Dentist he has met with in the South. He refers also to a few of the residents of Yazoo City for whom he has had the pleasure of do ing work. REFERENCES, Drs. Leake &, Barnett, D. A. James, St. b. H.B. Kidd, m. d. Rev. J. R. West, J. H. Lawrence, Esq., R. K.Pickett, Esq. P. B. Pope, Esq., J. V. Caldwell Esq. A. Patterson, Esq. Dr. H. Laurence has associated with him his brother, Dr. W. J. Laurence, who will prac tice with him in this and the adjoining coun ties. They are prepared ith every es8entiai for the perfection of their various dental op erations, which shall be performed in the most artistic and dnrable manner. Their charges will bo as moderate as the quality of their work will allow. All operations warranted, and to be paid for as soon as finished, unless other arrangements are preuiously made. Terms for opera ions can be consulted at their office on Main Street, nearly opposite "Winn's Hotel, where one will be in constant attendance. Yazoo City, May 26, 1852. ' flu. :i ding: Notice. ia Hall and Cfturcb m the Town oitartia, un til the hour of 10 o'clock on Tuefclay I day of July 1852. The size of the building vTl be 46 feet long, by 34 wide, and about 30 feet high, but a more minute discriptfon may be seen by a reference to a plan of the building with the specifications, left in the possession of Henry Douglas, Esq., in Satartia. Bids are prefered by jhe committee, proposing to build the same eith er of brick or wood, and setting forth a bid upon each, seperately according to the plan and spe cifications. t The undertaker will be required to give bond with good security to the satisfaction of the committee, that the work shall be executed in a faithful manner, and in a reasonable time. D. H. MILES, Chairman of the Building Committee, July 7, 1852-35-3w. Bargains! Bargains I WE are offering great inducements ; to cash buy gjg J. HEARD qlLO. Yeaoo City, April 7, 1852. MARRIAGE, HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE WHY IS IT t That w bflioW many female, scarce in the meridian of life broken in-healili and ipiriu with a complication of diicaeea sml ailment, depriving tl.em of the Power for the enjoyment of life at an a when physical health, buoyancy of tpiriu, nd iiH''ereniiyormind,ariin (rem a condition of hea'i.h, should be predominant. Many olthe MUe of her enfTerinn at Km perhapa year before, prrliaps drin girlhood, or the Am year of marriage were in their origin I'f ht a to pan unnoticed, and ofrouite neglected. AKTKJR YEARS, When too lte to be benefitted bv our knowledge, we took bark and mourn, and regret the lull consequences of our ignorance. What would we not olten (ire to poeaast, in early life, the knowledge wo obtain in after year! And what day sjitl night of anguish we might not have been (pared, if lhe knowledge waa timely poeed. It i MELARCIIOL1' AND STARTLING To behold the sickness and uffering endured by many a wife for many year, from causes simple and controllable, easily remedied or better still. not incurred, ifevery XVXWJR AND MOTHER Possessed the information contained in a little volume, (with in llie reach l all) which would spare to herself TEARS OF MISERY, And to her husband the constant toil and ainiety of mind, necessarily devolving upon him from sickness ol the wife, without giving him the opportunity of acquiring that com petence which his exertions are entitled, and the possession ot which would secure the happiness of himself, wife, and children. SECURE THE MEANS OK HAPPINESS By becoming in time possessed of the knowledge, the want ol which has caused the sickness and poverty of thousands. In view of such consequences, no wife or mother is excu sable if she neglect lo aiail herself of that knowledge iu respect to herself, which would spare her much suffering, be the means of happiness and prosperity to her husband, and confer upon her child ren that blessing above all price he ill hy bodies, wiih healthy minds. That knowledge is contained iu little work entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medical Companion. By DR. A. M. MAURICEAU, rnorr. ssoa or diieiici op women. One Hundredth Edition. IPmo., pp. 250 Vice, 50 et. OK FINC PAPER, EXTRA BINDING, $1 00. First published in 1847, and it is not SURPRIZING OR WONDERFl'L, romldrrliiB that EVERY FEMALE, WHETHER NAllHIEUOR NOT, can here acquire a fall knowledge of the nature, character and ia itavst of her t oin plaints, with the various iriiiplomi, and that nearly HALF A MILLION COPIES should have been sold. It is impracticable to convey fully the varions subjects trea'rd of, as they are of a nature stiictly intended for the married, or those contemplating marriases, but no female desirous of enjoying health, aud that beauty, consequent upon health, w hich is so conducive to her own happiness, aud that of her husband, hut either has or will obtain it, as has or w ill every husband who has the love and affection of his wife at heart, or that of his ow n pecuniary improi einent. UPWARDS OF ONE HVHDRKE THOU SAND COPIES Hare been SENT BY MAIL, w ithin the last few months W tESf t7 t7 tf uLJ (ujji J D3Base and Shameful Fraud! ! CAUTION TO BOOKSELLERS. VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHT. A SPURIOUS EDITION Flagrant and barefaced, has been surreptitiously issued, with the same form and size, exactly the same Title Paoe, and exactly the tame TYPOGRAPHICAL ARRANGEMENT, Bat another name suhstitnted for " Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, and " Boston" for " New York," and the words, Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1847, by JOSKPH TROW. In tlie Clerk' Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York, OMITTED. The content, the subject matter, and reading arc ENTIRELY DIFFERENT, Printed on poor, brownish, dirty; paper, with a paper cover. It can be known also from the miserable and illegible wood cuts scattered throughout its paces. The copyright edition contains none. If there ara-any in the trade so lost to shame and common honesty as to be willing rties IN DEFRAUDING THEIR CUSTOMERS, No le than the legal owner of tlie property in copyright, they will be prosecuted, and steps will be taken to expos them to the public. A copy wilt io each rwuv H-c. or Arm, (with th term upon which they will be furnished.) upon receipt ol bis or their business card of address. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. BE NOT DEFRAUDED I Bnrno book unless Dr. A. M. Maerieean, 1S9 Liberty at.. N. V-, is on the title page, and lhe entry in Clerk's Office on the back of the title page corresoiids as herein, and boy onle of respectable and honorable dealers, or send by mail, and ad dress to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau. Full title pace, with contents, tocether with a few paijes treating of important subjects to every married female, will be sent, free of charge, to any one enclosing a letter stamp in a prepaid letter, addressed as herein. XT On receipt or Flfty Cents, (or One Dollar for tlie fine Edition extra, tlndlnj. 4 THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" Is sent (mmiM frt to any part of the United States. All letters m nst be post-pnld, and addressed to DR. A. M. MAURICEAU, Box 1344. Neiar York City. Publishing Office, No. 180 Liberty Street, New York. CCj For sale bv THOMPSON & Co. Yaxoo city ; and STEPHEN F. FOWLER. Natchez. Miss. Julv 14, 1852-36. C heapest Out. THE subscriber has a lot of Saddlery on hand, which he is determined to sell at extremely low prices Call and examine for yourselves. N. W. HOBSON, Sign of the golden eagle, Main street, August 4, 1853. DISSOLUTION THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, in the Dry Ooods business, in this place under the firm of M. Alexander & Co., is this dav dissolved by mutual consent, M. Alexander is charged with the set tlement of the business. M. ALEXANDER, L. M. LAVENBURG, M. Alexander will continue the business al the old stand July 21-37-lm, The State of Mississippi. Middle Dislrsct Chancery Court oj the State rf Mississippi, APRIL TERM, 1852, Levi M. Lavenbueg vs Upon opening the con- B. Yoste, et al. ) plainant's bill, and it ap pearing that the defendants Peter Oppenheim and Benjamine Rozenthal, are not citizens of tbis State, but reside beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be executed upon them : therefore it is ordered tkat the said defendants enter their appearance herein on or before the first day of the next term of this Court, to be held in he. Court House of Yazoo County, at Yazoo City, on the first Men day after the 4th Monday in September next en suing, and plead, answer or demur to the com plainant's bill, otherwise the several allegation thereof will be taken for confessed by them, stt for hearing exparte, and the matters thereof de creed accordingly. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the "Yazoo Democrat," a news aper published in Yazoo City, once a week fot onemOnth. J. M. HOLL1NGS WORTH, Cl'k. N. G. & 5- E. Nye, Sol'tru for C?mpl ts. July 2U37-pr. fee I5 Freigld, 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 28, 1852-1 2 Daguerrean Gallery. HAVING fitted up the room above the store of Shropshire & Massey , 1 am prepared to take Daguerrean likenesses in good sty4e aid on the most favorable terms. Call and exam ne my specimens. L. S. TERRY "Yazoo City, May 19, 1852 Tile State of Mississippi, ) YAZOO COUNT. Yazoo Circuit, Court, on the Chancery sidet thereof. TO NOVEMBER TERM, A. D. 1852. B. G. Baldwin, et. al. Complainants, vs. Elijah Jenkins, et. al. Defendant, UPON opening the matter in the Complain ants Bill of Revivor, and it appearing to the Court that Peter Hayman, Hezekiah Havmun, RobertD. Hayman, and IsahT. Ha vmau and the other unknown heirs of Henry Hayman deceas ed, defendants to the Bill of Revivor of Com plainants, reside beyond the limits of the State of Mississippi. It is therefore ordered and ad judged that unless the said Defendants, Peter Hayman, Hezekiah Hayman, Robt. D. Hayman, and Isati T. Hayman, and the other unknown heirs of Henry Hayman deceased, annearhere on or before the first day of the next Term of said Court, at a court to be holden at tlie court house in the town of Yazoo Citv, on tlie first Monday after the fourth Monday in October A. D. 1852, and plead, answer or demur to the Complain ants Bill of Revivor, the several allegations therein will be taken for confessed as to them, and the matters therein decreed, und it is farther ordered by the court that a copy of this order be published in the Yazoo Democrat, a newspaper published in the town of Yazoo citv, State of Mississippi for four successive weeks" attest : GIB BARNES, Clerk. July 7, 1852.-35-4w. N. G. & S. E. Nye, Solicitors. Trustee's Sale. rY" virtue of the provisions of a Deed of Trust -executed by John M. Gregg;, Julia Gregg, William Garrison and Elizabeth Garrison on tlie 29th day of January, A. D., 1850, to me as Trustee, for the purpose of securing to Claibone Bowman the payment of cer tain debts therein mentioned, and which has been duly recorded in the Probate office of Ya zoo county in Book of Records Q. pages 239, 240 and 241 I will proceed to sell at public sale to highest bidder for cash at the door of the old Court House in Benton, on Saturday, 7th day of August A. D. 1S"2. an undivided moiety of the following described lands situated in Holmes county, near the line between that and Y'azoo counties, to wit : the whole of Section 22, Township 13, and Range 1 East the north half and south-west quarter, and the west half ol south-east quarter of Section 23 and east-half of north-east quarter of Section 21 in Township 13, Range 1 east, containing 12S3 28-100 acres. also the entire interest in the followirie described lands situated in Yazoo county, to wit: south east quarter of Section 12. in Township 12, Range 2 west the west-hall south-west quarter and the west half of north-west quarter of Sec tion 7. 111 township 12. Ranee 1 West. Act ing as Trustee, I will convey such title as is ves ted in me under said Deed of Trust. EDWARD BOWMAN. July 7, 1852.-35. Trustee. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Yazoo County, PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 1852. t To all persons interested in the lands, ten ements $C. of Ann L. Pemj. defeased. S7"OUare hereby cited to be and appear before lL the Probate Court of Vazoo county, at the August Term thereof, then and there to show cause if any you can, why an order should not be made for the sale of lot number 408 in the town of Yazoo city, for the payment of the debts of the said deceased, it having been represented to our said court that her personal property was insufficient to pay the. same, and lurther to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our slid Court in the premises. And it is further ordered that publication of this citation be made n the Yazoo Democrat for the space of six davs. Witness, Hon. George B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Y'azoo County, the fourth Monday in June 1852. and seal of said Court. Issued the 5th day of Julv, 1852. JAMES H. BELL, Clerk. July 7, 1852.-35-6w. THE STATE OFMISSISSIPPI, Yazoo County. PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 1852. To all persons interested in tlie estate of Nicholas O'Reilly, deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before the Honorable Probate Court of Yazoo county at die July Term, 1852, then and there to show caase if any you can. why the nrayer of a certain petition filed in said court by Clai borne Bowman, administrator de bonis non of Nicholas O'Reilly, deceased, should not be gran ted, and he beauthorized to compromise a certain claim now in suit against the Benton and Man chester Rail Road and Banking Com pan v in fa vor of his intestate, amounting to $1,831 80. and further 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 Y'azoo Democrat for the space of twenty days. Witness, the Honorable George B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of azoo Countv the 4th Monday in June, 1852 and seal of said Court. Issued the 5th dav of Julv. A. D. 1852. JAMES. H. BELL, Clerk. July 5th, 1852-3w. Administrator's Notice. AT the July Term, 1852, of the Probate Court .of Y'azoo county, I will, as administrator of Peter Rupert, deceased, present my annual ac counts for settlement and allowance. JOHN LEAR. Adm r. &c. June 30, 1852-34-3w FOR SALE, A Good little dwelling house and til. lot in the most improving part of. town. The lot is luu teet front, runnilf back 320 feet, with good stable on the back end of it. The house contains three rooms, with good brick cistern attached. Terms, half cash, the ballancethe first of January uext. June 9, 1852-31 A. B. JOHNSON. LUNCH. j- c 1 ai , TURTLE and BEEF SOUP, and a great va riety of eatibles, the best the market can af ford, will be furnished for LUNCH at Grubb s Pro Bono Publico Sa loon every day at 11 o'clock. No pains will be spared to please the taste of mv patrons. WILLIAM S'. GRUBBS. Yazoo City, April 21, 1852.-1 m-22 Texas Land for Sale. QjOfk ACRES of Texas Land in Jefferson O vJ county, Texas, for sale by Yazoo City, Feb 4, 1852. S. H. WILSON. or saie. ASFLENDID lot and building on Jefferson st., next door to the late residence of Capt. Wm. Nichols, near the intersection of Main st. Tlie above house and lot if not sold before the 26th day of July will be offered for sale at public auction. , Terms of Sale. Three hundred dollars in cash; the remainder in 6 and 12 months. Apply to JOHN HAGMAN, June 23-lm corner of Main & Jefferson sts. The State of Mississippi, ) YAZOO COUNTY, J Probate Coubt Mav Tehm, 1852. To all persons interested in the lands ten emettis and hereditaments of John E. O'Reilly, deceased, OU are hereby cited to be appear before the M Probate Court of Yazoo countv, at the Court House thereof, on the fourth Monday in July 1852, then and there to answer tlie petition of James P. O'Reilly, Administration of John E. vivemy, deceased, lor the sale of the lands and tenements of said decedent, described in said petition, as follows: One half interest in the south-half and east-half of north-west quarter, and west-half of north-east quarter and south east quarter of north cast quarter of Section 9, east-half of south-east quarter of Section 8, east-half of north-east quarter and north-east quarter of south-east quarter of Section 17, west half of cast-half of south-west quarter and west lialf of east-half, north-west quarter and west half of noith-west quarter and west-tialf of south-west quarter of Section 10; and north west-quarter of Section 15, all in Township 12, Range 2 West, in Yazoo county, and known as the " Furze" plantation. Also the entire inter est in Lots 340, 341 and 232 in the town of Ya zoo City, for the payment of the debts of said decedent, his personal estate being represented insufficient to pay the same ; aud to shew cause if any you can, w hy so much of said lands and tenements should not be sold as will be sufficient to pay the residue of the debts of said decedent. And further to do and suffer such things as shall hi considered and ordered by our said Court in the premises. It is further ordered that publi cation of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat for the space of thirty days. Witness, the Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th Monday in Mav, A. D. 18-Vi. Issued the 31st day of May, 1852. JAMES II. BELL, Clerk. June 2. lS52.-30-6w. Tlie State ot Mississippi, YAZOO COUNTY, Probate Court May Term, 1852. To William Usher, William L. Campbell and all other persons interested tft the lands and tenements of Andrew Usher deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before the Probate Court of Yazoo county, at the Court House thereof on the fourth Monday in August next, then and there to show cause if any you can,, why an order should not be made for the sale of the following described tract of lands to wit : South-east, quarter of Section 22, Township 9, Range 3 West, lying and being in said county of Y'azoo, belonging to the estate of Andrew Ushr deceased. And further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and or dered by our said Court in the premises. And it is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat for the space of six weeks. Witness, the Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson Judge of the Probate Court ot Yazoo county, the 4th Monday in May 1852. Issued, the 31st day of Mav. 1652. JAMES H. BELL. Clerk. June 2. 1852.-30-6w. Tile State of Mississippi, ( YAZOO COUNTY, Tkoeati: Court, May Term, 1852. To all persons interested in the Guard ed ianship of Azro Dyer, a Minor. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear be fore the Probate Court of Y'azoo county at the August Term thereof, then and there to show cause if any you can, why the final ac count of Dillis Dyer, Guardian of Azro Dyer should not be allowed, and his Letters sur rendered, and further to do and suffer such things us, shall be considered and ordered by our said Court in the premises. It is further ordered that publication of this citation be inserted in the Yazoo Democrat for the space of sixty days. Witness, the Hon. ueo. is. WiXKiNSoJ. Judge of the Probate Court of Yazoo County, the 4th Monday in May, A. D. 1852, and seal of said court. Issued June 7th, 1852. JAMES H. BELL, Clerk. Juno 9, !852.-31-9t. The State of Mississippi. YAZOO county; PROBATE COURT APRIL TERM, 1853, To all persons interested in the estate of George Yimng. deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before the Probate Court of Yazoo County, at the Julv Term 1852, then and there to show cause if anv you can. why the final account of Peter Lander, Administrator of said estate should not be allowed and his letters surrendered. And further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our said Court in the premises And it is further ordered by the Court, that publication be made of this citation in the Y'a zoo Democrat, for the space of sixty days. Witness, The Hon. G. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of said county, the fourth Monday in April, A. D. 1852. Issued, the lstdav of Mav, 1852. JAMES H. BELL. Clerk. May 5, 1852-26-9w THE STATE OF MISSISSII PI, ) Yazoo County. ) Probate Court June Term, 1852. To all persons interested in (he lands and tenements of Thomas Bovard, deed. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before the Probate court of Y'azoo county, at the September Term thereof, then and there to show cause if any you can why an order should not be made for the sale of the following described land, viz: south quarter of north-east quarter of Section 26, and west half of south-west quarter and south-mast quarter of south-west quarter, and south-west quarter of south-east quarter of Section 33, 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 "Y'azoo Democrat" for the space of sixty days. Witness the Hon. G. B. Wilkinson, , g) Judge of the Probate court of Yazoo county thedburth Monday in June, "vA. D. 1852, and Seal of said court. Issued the 5th day of July, 1852. JAMES H. BELL Clerk. July 7, 1 852-35-9 w. Madame E. Fourcade, FASHIONABLE MILLENER, TNFORMS the Ladies of Yazoo City and vi-J-cinity, that she has come to his place to make it her permanent residence. Those who may favor her with their Patronage, can be assured of receiving the Paris style in her profession. She will keep constantly on hand a fine assortment of Silk andStra.w Bonnets, of the latest fashions also Mantalets, Capes. Ribbons, Flowers &c. Bleaching ana press ing will be promptly attended to. Main Street, two doors above the Bank. Yazoo City, July 7, 1852.-6m. TVTOTICE 100 gallons Lard Oil for sale by .Ll March 24, 1852. THOMPSON & CO. NOTICE. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Wolfe & Dwight, is this day dissolved. M. B. Wolfe is alone authorised to settle and receipt for said firm. M. B. WOLFE. March 31, 1852. C. W. DWIGHT. NOTICE. HAVING dissolved with Mr. C. W. Dwight, I shall continue the Auction and Commission Business on my own account from this date. Yazoo Citv, March 31,1 8&2. M. B. WOLFE. GOV. KOSSUTH. TTTEliave a few winter goods on hand, con sistingof Ready Made Clothing, Ladies' Dress Goods. Cassimerea, Cloths, &lc, which we will sell vervlow for cash, before the win ter season is over. NUNNALLY &. CO. Jan 14, '52. Sign Golden Engle. I A hi k Piec cs valico assorted; also 2 dozen 'New MoFonic Trestle-board, for pale SHROPSHIRE &. MASSEY Aamiiiistrator's Notice. Letters Testamentary upon the estate of Wm Mclntyre, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the rrobate Court of Yazoo County. Notice is herebv idven to all ocrsons indebted to said estate, to make immediate pay- ment, anu an persons having claims against said estate will present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed bv law or thev will be forever barred. ALEX. McLEOD. May the 12 PJ52. Administrator. JAMES WRIGHT. ABRAHAM J. WRIGHT. A. .1. WRIGHT & CO., C Ol TON FA C TOR S and COMMISSION AND FORWAREING MER- CHANTS. No. 07, Gravier Street, New Orleans. February 4, 1852-1 3-1 f GINGHAMS Of the Kossuth plaid, Very rich patterns, cheap for cash by Match 24. NUNNALLY & CO. Pay 17p7 ALL those indebted to us for 1851 , are earnestly requested to call and settled up bv the 15th dav of April next. Unless our friends comply with our request, we may be under the disagreeable ne cessity of sueing some body. .March 24, 1852. THOMPSON & CO. StrayedT" rROM Yazoo City about the 1 0th of January iasi. a nav coir, 4 years old, about 14 hands high, with a bald face and hind legs w hite. Any information in regard to him would be thankful- iy receiveu. a nn;'rai reward will be paid to any one leaving him at Winn's Stable. Yazoo City, March 21, 1852.-18. TO INVALIDS AND THE SICK THE CELEnUATED COMSTOCK MEDICINES. 1st. The great paiu Extractor (Connel's& Daily's) curing all burns and all external pains anu b o re s . 2d. Balm of Columbia for staying or rcstor- ing the liumau hair. ord. Hewe's nerve and bone Liniment and Indian Vegetable Elixir, a cure for all cases or Rheumatism. McNair's Acoustic Oil, a certain cure for Deafness. 5th. Hay's Liniment, a known cure for the Piles. Oth. Spohin's sick headache remedy. 7th. Mother's Relief, for all women in the family way. 8th. Longley's Great Western Indian Pana cea, for colds and feverish feelings and pre venting fevers, for Asthma. Liver Comprint, and Bilious affections; for Diarrha-a, lodiges sion and loss of appetite; for costiveness in fe males and mules, ai!d nervous complants; for stomach Affections, Dyspepsia, Piles, Rheuma tism, &c. The great points are it Is not bad to take, never gives pain, and never leaves one costive. 9th. Kolmstock's Veimit'uge (Worm Killer) for children or grown persons. lOtb. Mrs. Brown's great pain killer. No medicine has been discovered that is so happi ly adapted to use internally as drops to be ta ken, and yet perform such wonders when ap plied externally s a wash or bath by friction. In bottles from 12 to 50 cents each. 11th. Saunholtz's Roach and Bed Busr Bane. for driving away Vermin iu a short time. 12lh. The celebrated Lin's Life Pills and Temperance Bitters. l-ith. Dr. Bartholomew's Pink Syrup, the popular expectorant for coughs, colds, influen zfi dec. 14th. The East India and New Yrork Hair Dyes, the only sure coloring for the hair. 15th. Lin's Balm of China, a Chinese Reme dy for cuts, bruises, sores &c. 16th. Extract of Sarsapar ilia. This article has outlived all other Sarsaparillas, and still gives as great sat isfacti n as ever. 17th, The celebrated spread Strengthening Plastei, made-from Dr. Lin's receipe, and the most popular in the market. 18th. Dr. Kline's tooth ache drops. Acer tain and easy cure for Tooth Ache. 19th. Dr. Comstock has lately bought the right for the United States, of the celebrated Concentrated Mineral Water, found at the Salt Springs of Dr. Wm. C. Chase, at St. Cathe rines, C. W. Thismedecinc has attained a notoriety and popularity never before equalled by any prepp ration at that pi tee, and its sale has been commensurate with its merits, which a.e extraordinary. All the remedies are fully described in Al manacs, to be given to all who call where the Medicines are kept. NOTICE. All preparations heretofore known as " COMSTOCK'S" or COMSTOCK & CO., always belonged & now belong EXCLUSIVELY to Dr. Lucius S. Comstock ; and though the signature of Comstock & Co. will be continued, this extra label with the tac simile signature of Dr L S. C. will in future designate the GENUINE. ALL OTHERS MUST BE SPURIOUS. fXF" The above medicines can be had in this place of C. T. MANN, and druggists generally. March 24, 1852-ly. TUST received per steamer Afn n, from'New J Orleans, selected by myself) a full supply of the cheapest family tiroceries. Also Bran dies, Wines, Fruits, &c. I have made arrrnge ments With an Importing House in New Or leans, which enables me by order, to be al ways prepared for both Wholesale and retail customers. I have on hand choice brands of Clafet Wine, which I can sell at as low prices as can be purchased in New Orleans. Give me a call. D. TAMBORINE. Yazoo City, May 26, 1852-tf 29 COTTON YARN Georgia manufacture for sale by HARDIN if HAYNES Sept. 2d 1851. OLD BRANDY AND PORT WINS. HAVEjnst received at our store, and for eale by HARDIN &, HAYNES Sept 2d 1851. af'iRAVATS A fine assortment of Gents S Summer cravats at the J me 9, 1852. SIGN OF THE EAGLE. PROTECTION AO A INST LOSS. TIE MISSISSIPPI MUTUAL flBIUIB COMPANY. AT ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. Insures against Fire, Marine and Rivr Risk, A LBO On Uvea of White Persons and Slaves. Permanent Fund, by Act .of Incorpatloti, lOO.OOO. DIRECTORS. B. M. Bra hfohd, K. Stuono, Wvatt Move, W. H. Saundehm, S. L. Paine, J. McMillan W. M. HamiTon, M.J. Wicks, F. M. Rooeks, Stephen Adams, J no. B. Sale, S. P. Gate. James Carlis e, Sec. t). M. Bradford, Pres. flHIS Company completed its first fiscal X year on ihefirst of June Inst. Tne Direc tory ore gratified in being enabled to state that the office has steadily advanced in busi ness and popu'arity. and has most satisfactorily answered all the objects of Its creation, with out resorting to those meonsusually adopted for becoming known to the public. It has affor ded protection nt heme to our Merchants and I'lnters, paid promptly all ils losses, and re- turned a fur reward to the stockholders for their cnpitnl. The liberal terms of Insurance offc this office will procure for it n decided d by cncebyall who will investigate them omce biw ws a Ketu n premium of tm per cent to all person insuring with them, ondin case of losses on the seas or rivers, each packnge of goods is subject to its own average, the whole invoice is not required to be produced for average. For the perfect Kocurity of those who may sustain loss in this ofilce, the Com pany have deposited wi'h their agent.-, James E. Saunders &. Son, of Mobile, and John Mc Mahon.of New Orleans, funds amply sufficient meet all probable contingencies- The Company is new prepared to issue Policies on the Hvet of white persons and slates. Th's branch of Insurance materinllydifTers from ordinary Insurance, for while risks igainst fire or water may or may not result in loss to the insurer, or the loss may be total or partial, life must sooner or later cease to exist, and the whole loss must be paid. This kind of Insu rance is not founded on speculation, but its principles are based upon sound mathematical calculations, which have been tested for a long series of years, both in this Country and iu Europe nnd admit of no variation. Its utility and advantages to almost all classes of persons. in securing families from want and dependance I cannot be too strongly enforced upon the mind j To mechanics and persons of moderate means Lis a great tmvtngs institution, in which by small annual premium they may rnaka a pro vision for the benefit of their widows and children when the hand that labored for tfiem lies cold in death. THARP fr WOOD. Y'azoo City, June 10, ls.vj. Acrts. World's Fair Premium Safes. DEPOT, Green Block, Water Street, (between Maid, 'n Janeand Wall Street,) rniiT? - M 1 i 1 1 ' j I lUt s,,WrJuer placed his Fire and Rnrglar-' NEW YORK. iooi imn ftafe in competition Sate in competition with the whole world nt the great Exhibition in London, for which an impartial jury awarded a medal. The American Fair, held last fall at Castle Garden, also awarded to him a gold medal for the best Fire Proof Safe, and he has never fail ed to obtain the highest premium when bis safe has been put in competion with others for that purpose. Certificates have been received fiorn the following well known mercantile hou ses, wdio have had their books, papers and mon ey preserved in these eupe ior Safes Within t1 e 'last thirty-days (and can, with many others, ! be seen at my store.) viz: Messrs. Stillwelt Montrom, Mr. J. L. Watkins, In the Fulton S:reet Fire; Messrs. Fisher & Robinson, and Messrs. John Lockwood & Co., in the great fire corner of Liberty and Nassau Streets, and Messrs. Proud & Bowman, in Jersey city. I am the proprietor of Hall's Patent Lock which obtained a medal (in the name df Ad ams & Co., Boston) at the World's Exhibiton, and is considered the best Lock for the price, ever invented, being proof agninst powder, and the key is no larger than a cent and can be made changeable. I invite all purchasers tri a close and careful investigation before purchasing, and decide fof themselves, who makes the best Fire, Burelar- 1 f- n . ana uamp-rroof Safes Combined. SILAS C. HERRING, Nos. 135, 137 and 139 Walter Street N. York; AGE GTS. John Farrel. 34 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. C. L. Harman, Chicago Illinois. Henry Williams, Mllwaukie, Wisconsin. Fry cc McCandlsh, Richmond, Virginia. April 21, 1852. Cheap Dry-Goods, Boots and Shoes 1WILL offer to the public generally, the greatest inducements that ever was offered in this or any other place. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to give me a Call, and examine my goods before buying else where. JONAS MARKS, Main St., opposite C. T. Mann's Drug Store. Yazoo city, April 21, l852-32-3m. WE will be pleased to have the Ladies and examine our stock of dress goods, call eoods, thev are well assorted, pretty, and styles new and i ces particularly loW for cash. May 12. J. HEARD & CO. Removal The undersigned baviner re moved to the new brick, oppo site to Winn's Hotel and is now opening an extensive assortment of Watches jewelry, silver ware and other good consisting in gold of the following articles Cold and sliver lever watches of superior quality and varions styles. Diamond and oth er jewelry of all descriptions. Slver and silver plated ware, fine pocket; table and oth er cutlery; Lamps, glrandoes and Chandaliers Also a tery large stock of fine Gass, china, and Qneensware, together with a greater va riety of fine fancy and other articles too nume rous to mention; al of which will be Sod at prices, positlvey lower than any other south ern market. S. H. WILSON. Labor Saving Machine. HAVING purchased the patent right of ma king and selling the labor saving Washing ma chines of Mr. Sabin,- I am now prepared to fill all orde-s on short notice for these invaluable and indispensable machines. AprM 14, 1852. tf. STAM. M EXECVTORS XOTIE. LETTERS testamentary ripon the estate of Anderson Parrish deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Yazoo county, at the January Term thereof, 1858 notice is hereby given to all persona in debted to said estate, to make immediate jpay flwnt, as indulgence cannot be . given, and all persons having claims against said estate, are re quested to present them duly authenticated with in the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. ALEX. SMITH. F. BARKSDALE.