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PROTECTION AO A INST LOSS.
MISSISSIPPI COMPANY. AT ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. Insures against Fire, Marine and River Risk. ALSO On Lives of While Persons and Slaves. Permanent Fund, by Act of Incorpatlon, ;$ioo?ooo. DIR EC TORS. B. M. Bradford, E. Strong, Wyatt Move, W. H. Saunders, S. L. Paine, J. McMillan, W. M. Hampton, M.J. Wicks. F. M. Room, Stephen Adams, Jno. B. Sale. S. P. Gates. James Carlisle, Sec. B. M. Bradford, Pres. THIS Company completed its first fiscal year on the first of June last. The Direc tory are gratified in being enabled to state that the otflee has steadily advanced in busi ness and popiaiity, and has most satisfactorily answered all the objects of its creation, with out resor'ing to those meansnsually adopted for becoming known to the public, It has affor ded protection at heme to our Merchants find Planters, paid promptly all its losses, and re turned a fair reward to the stockholders for their capital. The liberal terms of Insurance offered by this office will procure for it a decided prefer ence by all who will investigate them. The office allows a Retu n premium of ten per cent to all persons insuring with them, and in case of losses on the seas or rivers, each package of goods is subject to its own average, the whole invoice is not required to be produced for average. For the perfect security of those who may sustain loss in this office, the Com pany have deposited wih their agents, James E. Saunders &. Son, of Mobile, and John Mc Mabon,of New Orleans, funds amply sufficient meetall probable contingencies- The Company is now prepared to issue Policies on the lives of white persons and slaves. Th's branch of Insurance materiallydiffer3 from ordinary Insurance, for while risks against 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 ichole 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 in Europe and admit of no variation. Its utility and advantages to almost all classes of persons, in securing families from want and dependance cannot be too strongly enforced upon the mind. To mechanics and persons of moderate means Lis a great savings institution, in which by a small annual premium they may mako a pro vision for the benefit of "their widows and children when the hand that labored for them lies cold in death. THARP cfr WOOD. Yazoo City, June 16, 1852. Agts. SPRING GOODS SPRING GOODS. Al the Vicksburg' old Cheap Store, TV'1"AY now be fonnd a large and splendid LtX assortment of Spring and Summer Dry Goods and Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Among which are Fine French colored Jackonets, " English " " Organdy Muslins. Bleck Muslins. Superior Batiste d'Ecosse, Caboul, a very handsome article, Toil deCouitrai. Extra Bareges imprimes, EXIT Daieji Co solid i.olui at "WlnitoJr, Elk do. 500 pieces colored Muslins, from 10 to 12$ cents per yard, Percale frappee. Superior colored Silks, A very larsre lot of black Silks of the best quality. 200 pieces Swiss Muslins of all qualities, Jackonet Muslins in any quantity. Plaid Muslins from 12h t 90 cents pery'd. Colored dotted Swiss Muslins. do plaid do d Calicoes in any quantity a id quality, A large lot of Ginghams some as low as 10 cents per yard. 150 pieces Cottonade of various styles, Superior linen Drillings, a good article at only 2o cents per yard, Drab d'ete, a splendid article, Black French Marino, Linen checks as cheap as 15 cents peryfcrd Red oil Calico plain and figured. Buff and Red cotton Damask, White and Red Embroi dered Muslin Curtains. Brown linen Damask. Bleached and Brown Domestics, of all qual tiee, at prices that cannot be surpassed for cheapness, Brown rnd Bleached 12-4 Sheeting, Irish Lineni of all qualities. Linen Dia per of all qualities, Brown and Bleached Table cloths, (our stock of linens is very large and complete, and will be sold at prices 25 per cent lower than any other house in this cPy.) Apron Checks and Strpes. Hickory stripes and bed ticking. 2000 Fans from 5 cents a piece to $3 Gloves and Mitts of all kinds, Money Purses, a very large lot of Parasols, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs of every pos sible quality. Embroidered linen cam brick Handkerchiefs, some very fine. Madras and Romal Handkerchiefs, A very large stock of Hosiery. Suspenders of all kinds, Trunks and Carpet Bags. Hickory check and linen bos om Shirts. Silk under shirts, cotton and marino shirts A large stock of Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. And in fact every article usual ly found In a Dry Goods and Clothing Store. We are determined to sell at less prices than have been known in this city. Additions will be made to our present stock by every packet during the entire season. French goods we will sell 50 per cent lower than any house in this city. Call and be convinced, it is no trou ble for us to show goods. ' M1CHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, March 17, 1852. 07" P. S. But one price will be asked, and positively no deviation. Notice to Country MercJiunts. COUNTRY Merchants are invited to call and examine our Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, and Shoes. Haing a large wholesale house in New Orleans, we are ena bled to tell at prices as low as in that city or any other in the Union. Our stock will always be found large and complete. New Goods will be received by every packet. MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksborgi March 17th, 1852. Copartnership. TTlKE undersigned having associated them Ml serves together in the Blacksmith business, are prepared to do all kinds of work in their line Wltft promptness and on good terms. A are of patronage is solicited. Siop en Washington street, near Winn's Stable. F. NEARMAN, March IV, lt. T. ELLIS. To the JLadies "W have just opened a handsome assortment of . I Yiettes, Capes Collars, Chemisettes, Cuffs, (rove?, Mitts, Silk Vests, Under sleeves, and a great variety of edgings and insertings. TN Ladies will please call and examine. Sept 94th 1851 . J. J. CALDWELL, New Firm HIGOINBOTBAM 8c O. We the uudersigned have formed a partner ship for the purpose of transacting a Genem Produce, Grocery and Liquor business. will keep constanty on hand a genera assor ment of famir groceries, Wines, Brandies Hardware, Cutery and Queensware whicl we wiZ sell very low. T. T. HIGG INBOTHAM. O. W. HENDERSON. Dec'r 3d 1851. P. A. OWEN, New Orleans. W. H. D. WEN DEL, Oxford, Miss. P. A. OWEN & CO. Cotton Factors Commission Merc hant No. 17, Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS. Refer to Judge J. R. BURRUS, Yazoo City, A. M. WEST, Holmes County. J ESSE MABRY, Vernon, Mi. WE are propaircd to make advances and fur nish supplies to planters wishing to di business with the above firm. June 0, 1888. JAMES THARP & CO. Notice. THE undersigned having bought the inte est of T. B, Wheeler y Co., begs leaver acknowledge his gratitude for past favors and hopes to merit a continuance of the publi patronage. His stock of fancy and stapl dry goods will continue unrivaled in this cit as regards variety extent and cheapness. N. W. ELLIS. Yazoo city, Janunry lth 1851 if SHBUBEBRY AND FRUIT TRITE i MAY be found atoll times at Hatch yCV nursery, mile east of Vicksburg, Mi A large assortment of Hardy Evergreens. Deciduous trees and shrubs, Hardy Her!);. -I 1 t D..lk... eeous plants, urecn-nou.se pinnies, bihuui.- roos; Dahlias, etc., a fine collection of rest Also a choice variety of Fruit-trees, sue! as Apples, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, IN cta rines, i igs, quinces, jtiaspoerry vines bib etc. Priced catalogues of Roses, Fruit-trees. Green-house plants etc., can be had on appli cation post paid, or by calling for them at HI Hiarles T. Mann's I'nig store, yazoc city. Oct. 15th 1851. 3m 3(CW T Hi ?; and Book Storr hompson Co. "TtTTTHOLESA LE and Retail Druggists nexi door to Winn's Hotel, Main St. Yazav City, are receiving a large supply of frc Drugs medicines chemical paints, Oils, Dye stutf, Glassware, perfumery, soaps, Books, sta tionery Sc, oil of which they offer at unusu ally low prices. Merchants, physicians, plan ters and others will find it to their interest to arive us a call. N. B. A lare surmlv of ffarden 6eed for CJ X A- " sale. Yazoo City January 2 2, 1851 if JYT Alexander & 0. Alexand?' Co. are no reeeivgin and will contiuue to do so through he M season, an assortment of Fall and Winter Dry Goods which we shall sell cheaper than any other House in the city. A handsome assortment of plain figuroc black silks, nlso ?a fine assortmpnt of ladies' fancy silks and worsted dress goods, and a good stock of mourning goods. Bonnets, Flowers, Flowers, Handkerch'fs Laces, Gimps, Fringes, Wreah JEm broiderings, an trimmings of all kinds. MANTILLAS. 18 plain black and Blark watered silk Jman tillas, latest style, just received, and for sale very low ior cash by M. A. &. Co. Ladies and Misses gloves, all kinds, quali ties, colors, Jes and prices. Thibet, india.s Bav State and China shawls, all colors. CLq THS AND YARNS. Cassimeres of all colors, Black, Brown and Biue, French and English Bread Cloths, Sati netts, Tweeds, Jeans, Kerseys, Linsey, Low ells and yarns, Bleached ftheetings and shirt ings, 3-4 and 5-4 wide, Brown Domestics of all qualities, also, Hardward, Cutlery, Queens ware, Glassware, a fine assortment of Guns, and pistols, blankets, white and red, and blue of all qualities. 4 large assortment of Boots and Shoes, Il8ts and caps of all sizes and fashions, and . all prices. 600 pair of Jiest oak tanned lussetts. CLOTHING. Boys and youths cloth dress frock and sack coau, also Tweed Cassimer Blanket felt, Pilot cloth over-coat of all sizes, also black Fancy cassimere pants, Satinett Tweed and Jeans pants, vests of all qualities 1 dozen very fine cloak Brandy, wine, loaf sugar, spices, Teas, .Sfoleratus, Vinegar, Soap, Powder, Shot and Lead, Tobacco and a good assortment of snuff for sale by M. A. & Co. Yazoo city, October 20th 1851 3m Ifom manufacture. SADDLERY AND HARNESS WAREHOUSE. YAZOO CITY. "O CORBETT, respectfully invites attention .m. to his stock of saddlery comprising Eng lish Spanish and French saddles; carriage buggy and dray harness, whips, spurs, bridles martingales; saddie-bags oz-c. He takes leave to call particular attention to that perfect piece of workmanship; the English spring saddle of his own manufacture and pledges himscit nev erto sell aN imported article. Everything in the harness line will be lound new in principle and cheap as possible. Repairing done cheap! Yazoo city June 25th 1851 ly WATCHES AND JEWELRY. J UST received a very large supply of Watch es and jewelry of all discriptions and Zatesj ilyles which we will wholesale to country dealers and others POSITIVELY lower than can be purchased in New OrZeans. Yazoo city, Dec 24th S. H. WILSON. Removal. The undersigned havincr re moved to the new brick, oppo site to winn s notei, ana is now openiner an extensive assortment of Watches, jewelry, silver ware and other goods consisting in gold, ot the following articles. Gold and tilvar lever watches of superior I quality and various styles. Diamond and oth er jewelry or all descriptions, buver and silver plated ware, fine pocket; table and oth er cutlery; iamps, girandoes and chanaaliers Also a very large stock of fine Glass, china, and Qneensware, together with a greater va riety of fine fancy and other articles too nume rous to mention; all of which will be sold at j price, positively lower than any other south- Jewelry & Music Store, H C-TYLER, V1A1N ST. IHE COMM NEXT DOOR TO ERC1AL BANK. HAS on hand a good assoi t nent of al kinds of Jewelry and Fane 3ioods, and inconstantly be supplied with; 1 most fash ionble styles and patterns fromjl le North. WATCHES JEWELRY RE PAIRED if WARRANTED. Piano Fortes. H. C. T., & Co., are agent for the snle of the 'llorst pattent Ion Pianos which are the best pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli Tiate. Also for Adam Stoddart's pianos. In struction books of all kinds. A good assort ment of sheet music. Violins and Accorde- ns. Strings for Guitar and Violin. Yazoo City, Dec. ll-1850-3m. S , THARP, O W WOOD Ja's 1 harp k Co. Dealers in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clo hing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Queens, ware, etc. YAZOO CITY. MISS. M7"E are now receiving a general stock of the above articles, with many others too edious to mention, all new and fresh, elect id by ourselves in the Eastern cities and ofier d on as good terms as can be had of Jew r Gentile. We can be found opposite C. T. Hann'a drug store, and next door to Messrs. laynea &, Dabbs. ''Call and see." Sept. 10th, 151. WIWWS IIOTKI, THE SUBSCRIBER I i would respectfully inform the j i & ublic that he has opened a large and com- nodious. BRICK B TJ I LD I U It On Main Street, a rew doors below his Old Srand. The house is very spacious, and poss rsevery convenience for no Ait s file rooms aje large, airy and arranged with in eye to the cofort of occupants. His table -hall be supplied Airh the best the market af-'ord-s. And uo pains or expense shall besdar ?d to render satisfaction to his guest.-. Pa 3 subscriber, thankful to his old friends or their patronage, hopes from his increased acilftiea and determination io please,, to oon- inue to receive their generous lavor. Yazoo City, May 22-1850. P.S. Hacks, Carriages. Buggies and snd ile horses will be at all times in readiness to :envey pe sons oany of the WatcringPlaces r elsewhrere in the interior. R. MW. E. A. TYLER 39 CAMP STREET, N. ORLEANS. AGENT. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD ASSORT MENT OF FINE WATCHES of every de scription in gold and silver cases; Mantel elocks; and Music box es, Hold Guard, Fob, Vest chain and Chatalains, Watch Seals Keys, and Charms, Diamond. Ruby, Emerald, Opal and O'arnet Rii'gs Pius, Ear Rings, Bracelets, etc., Cnff Pins, Belt Buckles. Gold Pcue and Pcncilo, togothor with a great variety of other Jewelrv, Fancy Goods, Plated Ware, etc., etc., etc., Silver Tea Setts, Pitch ers, Goblets, Spions, Cups, Forks, Ladles, iVapkin Rings, SaltCel lers, etc., Fine Scissors, Pe n and Pocket Knives. (7- This Stock of Goods being all on com mission will be sold at very small profits for cash, or good city paper. QT" E. A. 7'. can always manufacture, at short notice, almost any artic Is of Jewelry or Silver Ware that may be wanted. Diamonds and other valuable Gems re-get. Canes mounted, etc. Specimens of his work can al ways be seen at the store. 07- Watches, Clocks, Time-pieces and Music-boxes of every description, carefully re paired and warr rated. Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver taken in Exchange. Aew Orleans, October 1st 1851 ly Franklin Iron Foundry. CAS TINES ifc. Src JOH IV BOBB Jr. RESPECTFULLY announces to planters, and the public generally, that the old es tablished FRANKLIN FOUNDY, Vicksburg, is again in full operation, ready to execute, promptly, order for Castings of all descripl tions. Mill, and Gin (Irons, Engine work, al kinda of repairing, &c. Also. Agent Hotch kiss Patent Vertical Water Wheel, which is rapidly superceeding all others. Patterns for furnishing three sizes may be seen at the Foundry, and its advantoges over all others pointed out. Thankful for past favors, the proprietor so licits a continuance, promising to execute all orders in his Hue, in a manner no, to be sur passed at any Foundery inthe South or West- JOHN BOBB, Jr. N. B. All orders left with Messrs. Allen & Barksdale, Yazoo City, will meet with prompt attentiin. Vichsburg, Aug. 6, 1849.-37-9m LOTS TO LEASE PffHE undersigned proposes tc lease upon M. moderate terms, for a term of 5 years, Lots numbered on the map of Yazoo City, 163, 16 and 167, j fronting the Court House, jpon th west side of Broadway, in sub-divisions of 2 feet fronts b, 70 in depth. Also, like front upon Washington street, next east of th Baptist church; as also upon the Alley bound ing the rear of said lots. All being conve- uienuy auaptea to tne erection of of offices A I 1 I ti-i . 1. auu uiuer eiieap ouuaings suitea to tne varied mechanical branches of business. I also offer for sale on a credit of one and two years, or will execute leases for 5 years with the privilege of purchasing some 30 or 40 other town lots, differently situated. I also propose sub-dividing 16 acres (be ing; lot No. 462) up n the Hill at the junction of Broadwav and Madison strata rxA ,i;n. cent to the Flank Road, in lots of convenient size, which will be leased as above, or sold on a credit or 1, '4 and 3 years. Persona desirous of securing locations for residences or other purposes, upon reasonable terms, can oe mus accommodated. A. PATTERSON. C. J. Blackmail & co AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS IN INEGROES, STOCK AND PROPERTY OF ALL DE SCRIPTION Yazoo city, Sept. 24th 1851. Good and Fine saddle horses for sale also single and double harness horses bf C. J. BLACKMAN & CO b a v a YAZOO CITY FURNISHING WARE-HOUSE. i Stoves. Box, Parlor and cooking Stoves of the lowing improved patterns. Miss Leslie's, Queen of the West, Eclipse Premium and heavy Premium, by Goodhue 4 Co., Premium by D. Root, Premium ano heaey Premium by D. 4" J Wright 4 Co., Stanly's air-tight parlor stoves, Shield's do., D. Root, .do., Fancy boxes of all sizes, plain boxes do., 687 plate do. We warrant the above stovos to render sat isfaction. They will be sold at a moderate ad vance upon cost prices. Stoves put up in tht city free of charge. Furniture of all kinds al so for sale. E. L. BOWER, cf- Co. jYazoo city, July 16thl85I 6m ZryCioods, Ilootw, Shoes and Hats! ALL IN THE SAME STOCK. AT No's 11 AND 13 MAGAZINE STREET. Corner of Common, New Orleans. . The subscribers have on hand, and still continue to receive from the North and Eu rope, a complete assortment of European and American Dry Geods suitable fortius market and which they respectfully offer fer sale on reasonable terms. Their stock of Dry Goods consists in part of the following enumerated articles: French ind English Negro Blankets; 7-8, 4-4, 4-4, ami Twilled Lowell Cottons, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4, aud Twilled White and Brown, Cottons, Kentucky Linseys and Jeans, Glasgow Jeans and Lowell Linseys, PlaidLinseys for House Servants, Blue and Fancy colored Kentucky Jeans. White, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Green Flannels, Negro Woolen Caps, Socks and Shirts, Heavy and Light Cottonades and Denims. for plantations. Madras and Mock Madras Handkerchiefs, for Negroes. Blue, Black and Mixed Satinets, French Calicoes, Ginghams, Silks, Bareges, English Calicoes, Merinos, Alpacas and Bombazettes, English Hose, Undershirts, Drawers and Gloves. German Hose, and Half-hose, Plain; Hhite, Figured and Colored Swiss Muslins. Irish Linen, Drilling and Diapers, India Rubber Suspenders, Apron Checks; J Cotton and Silk Umbrellas, Cotton and Thread Laces, etc' Also they offer for sale a complete assort ment of Boots, Shoes and Hats, manufactured for them, consisting in part of the following enumerated articles. MEN'S, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S RUSSETTS. Single and Double Back and Rivetted, Oak and Hemlock Tanned, Regular and Extra sizes. BOOTS. Men's calf, Kip and grain pegged, sewed and imitation sewed; Planter's, Fishermdn's and Mud Boots. Boys' Youths' and Children's Boots. BROGANS. Kip, Patent Leather, Calf, Seal and Buff Pegged. Sewed and Imitation sewed. For men, Boys and Youths, of all qualities Together with a complete assortment of GAITERS, BOOTS AND BROGAiVS. For ladies, M:sses, children and servants, Fine and ordinary qualittes. HATS Sf CAPS. Of all kinds and qualities. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock be 'ore mating their purchases, iVORTH BROTHERS. JVew Orleans, Oct. 22d 1851 ly BROWN & AVERY, Next door above the Bank building Main Street Yazoo city KEEP constantly on hand an extensive as sort ci t of all kinds of tin-ware. Th are man facturi ng a lie article of shower baths and bathing-tubs. They keep alway large supply of cooking and parlor stoves, all ef which they will offer as chead or cheaper than they can be purohased in thi3 region. They are prepared to do all kinds of guttering and every description of job-work with neat ness and dispatch. Persons wishing any thing in their line would do well to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful for the patronage which 'has here tofore been so liberally bestowed, they hope to deserve and to receive a continuance of the same. Yazoo ci-y, August 20th 1851 ly EXECUTOR'S NOTIE. LETTERS testamentary upon the estate of Anderson Parrish deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Probata Court of Yazoo county, at the January Term thereof, 1852 notice is hereby given to all persons in debted to said estate, to make immediate pay ment, as indulgence cannot be given, and all persons having claims aeainst said estate, are re quested to present them duly authenticated with in tne lime prescribed by law, or they will be barred. ALEX. SMITH. F. BARKSDALE, Feb. 18, 1852-15. Executors. Administrator's Notice. AT the July Term, 1852, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, I will, as administrator of Peter Rupert, deceased, present my annual ac counts for settlement and allowauce. JOHN LEAR, Adm'r. &c. June 30, 1852-34 -3w NOTICE 100 gallons Lard Oil for sale by Mrcli 24. 1853. THOMPSON & CO, World's Fair Premium Safes DEPOT, Green Block, Water Street, (between Maiden Lane and Wall Street,) NEW YORK. HE subscriber placed his Fire and Burglar Proof Iron Safe in competition with the T whole world at the great Exhibit ion in London, for which an impartial jury awarded a medal. The American Fair, held last fall at Cutle Garden, also awarded to him a gold medal tot the best Fire Proof Safe, and he has never fail ed to obtain the highest premium when hi- safe has been put in competion with others for that purpose. Certificate have been received from the following well known mercantile hou ses, who have had their books, papers and mon ey preserved in these supe: ior Safes within t1 e last thirty-days, (and can, with many Others, be seen at my store,) viz: Messrs. Stillwcll Montross, Mr. J. L. Watkius, in the Fulton Street Fire; Messrs. Fisher &c 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 ugainst powder, and the key Is no larger than a cent, and can be made changeable. I invite all purchasers to a close and careful investigation before purchasing, and decide for themselves, who makes the best Fire, Burglar and Damp-Proof Safes combined. SILAS C. HERRING, Nos. 135, 137 and 139 Walter Street N. York. A Q I Q TS. John Farrel. 34 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. C. L. Harman, Chicago, Illinoise. Henry Williams, Milwaukie, Wisconsin. Fry & McCandish, Richmond, Virginia. April 21, 1862. New Drug and Book Store CV AjfcLJHB T. MANJN YAZjU city, miss. wholesale and retail dealer in PAIVT OILS, Drugs MedicDics and Chemicals WINDOW GLASS, SASH, AND PUTTY, Landreth's Garden seeds, DYE STUFFS AND CLASS WARE, Pare Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, SUItGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Gold Foil, Gold Pens and Cases, TRUSSES AND SUPPORTERS, PERFUMERY, FN E SOAPS AND BRUSHES, School book STEEL TENS, QUILLS AND STATIONEEy, LETTER AND CAP PAPER. Medical, La w, and Miscellaneous Books, BLANK BOOKS, SUPERIOR INKS, PATER HANGINGS, iSfC. OT" Prescriptions put up with neatness and accuracy. Physicians supplied on the lowest terms WHOLES A LK ANDjRETAIL AGENT FOR THE SALE OF DR. TOWNsEND'S, sand's, and bull's SARSATARILLA. 07" Planters and Physicians will always find at this establishment, fresh and unadul terated Medicines, which have heen select ed with great personal care for this market All purchasers are invited to examine the Stock, as they will find it superior to any oth er in the State, and embracing a greater varie ty than anv other in the south west. YaaooGity, March 19th 151 tf CO-PAR TNERSH1 P. 7VJR- J. N. RATCLIFF is a partner in our 1?JL House from this date,. (1st Jan. 185?.) The business will be continued under the name and style of J. Heard & Co. J. HEARD. Yazoo City, Jan. 7, 1852-9-tf. LITTLES VERMIFUGE. A sure remedy tocure children of worms, re quiring no other medicine io follew it; and be sides, it will soon restore puny or drooping children to health again. It can be given to the most delicate child with perfect safety, and is not surpassed, if equalled, hy any other. Put up in vials double the usual size, and also in large bottles for plantation use, and more than 50 per cent cheaper than anv other. For sale by THOMPSON 6c CO.) Agent. J. E. SHROPSHIRE- Yazoo City July 2d 151 MALL AND VALUABLE FARM OR SALE, ON YAZOO RIVER, 3 MILES ABOVE MOUTH OF TCHULA. 6 acres on the tract, 50 in cultivation rrood improvements stock of hogs and cattle, with corn t ufricient, 250 cords wood cut; fine stann for woodyard. Apply on the premises to 3rs. Lamkin, or to the under signed at Yazoo city. J. I. "WILSON. Dec, Wth 1-51. D. Tamborine, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Ccdials, &c. AND FAMILY GROCER. Main St. Yazoo City, Miss. Constantly on hand a large assortment of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, FrenchVines, Cordials, Fruitsjin Juice, Sardines, Confectionary SegarB Tobacco, London Porter, Scotch Ale, and every vav iety of Family Gioceries. Pianos. WE, having appointed E. L. BOWER &, CO. our agents in Yazoo City, hereby nartiftr thot (ho i rist m mp n to fnpniolinJ U Kir no n tr nf the. Vinct mfftD riflta anl . . 1. ship and equal in all respects to any PIANO FORTES of our manufacture. ADAM STODART & CO. No. 325 Broadway, N. Y. City. We will sell the above instruments at facto ry prices; expenses to this place added. E.L. BOWER & CO. at the Furniture Store. Yazoo city, July 2d 1851 ly FOR SALE. A NEAT dwelling house, situated in a M very convenient part of the town. ItJiuL 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 July21-37-lm A.J.HEROD. 5 TiSIl 1 1 fVI I lit V' 1 Clothfaf! Clothing!! Alfred LMunroe & Co. No. 34. Magazine Stre( I runur of &ra In addition to our splendid Mock of HEADY MADE CLOTHING, (amounting to ninety thousand dollar) now in store, we have per recent arrival of shipe St. Charles, JeK"re, steamship Union, and bark Mayflower, just re ceived from our niatiuf'-clory, 411 Uroadwoy New York, sen 'o'trc of FALL AND v .1 7"VR CLOTHING, that for beauty of style and itjperiorttj of Goods cannot he equalled in the loutb. We have spared no pains la having our clo thing cut In trie latest Cushion, and will guaran tee to please the most fastidious taste. Our stock of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOO Is now complete, baring every article in that line. ' We are satisfied that our SHIRT De partment cannot be surpassed, having over sixty different sizs. FROCK AND DRESS COATS. French and English black cloth Dress and Frock coats; do blue, brown, mulberry and green cloth frocks, do black do do olive, golden brown cloth Polkas; de black and farcy colored cloth walking coats; Embroidered cloth walking and overcoats; blkrloth, walking and business, a blue and black cloth; fur coats a new article. French black, brown drab, crrecn and ollre cashmere sacs; do do do mulberry and olive elolb Opera do; do black and fancy colored Doeskin Union do; do extra superfine drab and fancy colored walking coats; Codrirrcton, grey mixed ond Filver grey socks and Polkas; French black, blue, brown and olive beaver Sacks and frock coats; do blue, frrowa and sil ver grey Whitney Sac coats; do Labrador (va rious colors) to turn Sac do; do superfine drab cloth and beaver Walking do; do arid English block superfine cloth sac and Walking coat.-; dodo blue, brown anrdiab Pilot cloth sacs; BLANKET COATS. French superfine blue, brown and grey sacs anl Paletots? do do do extra- long do and frocks, do second quality do do do; do third do fancy colored do and Paletots. CLO KB. Hlue and black cloth cloaks, every quality; liladk and blue Pilot cloth cloaks. YESTS. Fancy silk and satin vests, all qualities. Hlack do do; Black (all silk) Wlret do do, Black and colored embroidered cloth ve. t nil qualities; French Doeskin and cassimeres, do; Bombazine and Merino dodo; White Marseilles and bun" cashmere do do; Embroidered Marsciles a;ol cashmere do. We ask particular attention to our assort ment cfvery rich WEDDING AND St HREE VEST.-1, also new sty le Jen ny Li ud Yests. PANTALOONS. Frenrh black doeskin and Cassimere pants; do .ancy do do do English and A merican Oxford Grey aM mixed cassimere p .nts; London check plaid pants: noyui itMuneu ami HCKSKIH cassimere do Pilot cloth, do; Blue and black satinett do; French and American cottonade do. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Linen and co&oa shirts, all qualitie; White, brown and gr-y aoUon shirts all qual ities; Regalia cotton and Linen shirts oil quali tie; check ond cotton hickor and nightshirt all quallticr: all wool and super riifbed shirts; Gauze Merino, cotton LMe thread and flannel, shirts; heavy silk and gauzo silk undershirt. grey and red merino do; blue, red and while flannel do; cotton, flannel and plain muslin shirts; drawers of all the above descrip'. ions. HALF HOSE. All wool, merino, Lirnb's wool Iio?e oil kinds; English cotton white, brown and grey hi British thread, allk and Lisle Thread do S'iaker knit and country knit all wool . do BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S Boys black, b'je, brown and oi CLOTHING. do do do do do oo oo do do do do do do grey U th rackets: sacs; French and .Scotch tweed Jackets; Black and bLue pilot cloth cloaks: dobeavcr Pilot cadet and blanket over coats; Child re 00 black and fancy colored cloth Suite; do black, bme, brown rnd olive Polka jackets do cloth and tweed topa and sac coats; do black and fancy colored cassimere pants; boys do do do Boys black and rolored silk and sat in do sts; do white and colored Marseiles (Mir do black colored cloth and caaalmcro vest: GLOVES. Black, white and colored Kid gloves. Black and white silk do Cashmere, Merino, md Lisle threrd do Single and double Tatleta do Men's real buck gaunt lets; Fine and heavy buck gloves, different s'izca; SUSPENDERS of various kinds, SILK AND SATAN CRAVATS. Black and Fancy silk and satin cravats, do Italian cia?nts from 30 to 42 inches. Linen and 6ilk handkerchiefs, White and colored Linen bordered bdkfs. Best Spittlefield, India, Bandana and Pongee silk hdkfs. TRUNKS, VALISES, CAR PET BAGS, etc, CO PI ON AND SILK UM BRELLAS; INDIA RUBBER GOODS CF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ONE PRICE FOR GOODS, and no deviation ALFRED MUNROE At CO. Oct 8th 1851 ly 31 Magazine street. GARDEN SEED Jut received and for sale a large euppy of Landreth Gi rden seed at our Drug 6tore one door above Ale,i & Barksdale. THOMPSON Sf CO. IVew 2ol. TTY the Jast packets, we have received, and -continue to receive a Zarge addition to our stock in the way of Ladies dress goods and trimmings, aso men and youths clothing, hats, caps etc, JAS THARP &. CO. YazoojCity November 5th 1851. A. P. I)u nbar & Co. Manufacturers, and Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS No 54 and 06, Common Street, NEW ORLEANS October 1st 1851 ly Hmsrainrejiii Oallery. AVHSG fitted up the room above the store t i Shropshire & Massev, 1 am prepared to take Daauerrean lilrpnccoo on the most favorable terms. Call and examine my specimens. L. S. TERRY. Yazoo City, May 19. 18&2 Texas Land for Sale. Q ACRES of Texas Land in Jefferson vU" count v. Texas, for sale by Yazoo City. Feb 4. 1S02. S. H. WILSON.