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PROTECTION AGAINST LOSS.
THE MISSISSIPPI MFTHAL mm COMPANY. AT ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. Insures against Fire, Marine and River Risk. All! On Lives of White Persons and Slaves. Permanent Fund, by Act ,of Incorpation, 1 00,000. DIRECTORS. B. M. Bradford, E. Strong, Wvatt Mow., W. H. Sauxders, S. L. Paine, J. McMillan. W. M. Hampton, M.J. Wicks, F. M. Rogers, Stephen Adams, Jno. B.Sale, S. P. Gates. James Carliste,Sec. B. M. Bradford, Pros. 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 offleo has steadily advanced in busi ness and popularity, and has moat satisfactorily answered all the objects of its creation, with out resorting to those meansusually adopted for becoming known to the public. It has affor ded protection at heme to our Merchants nnd Planters, paid promptly all its looses, 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 n. decided prefer encebyall who will investigate them. The office allows a Retu H premium of ten per anl Jo all persons insuring with them, anil i:. care of losses on the seas or rivers, each p k of goods is subject toils own average, the whole invoice is not required to be produced for average. For the perfect security of those who mav sustain loss in this odlce, the Com pany have deposited wil 'heir agents, James E. Saunders & Son, of Mobile, at:d John Me Mahon.of New Orleans, funds amply sufficient moet'all probable contingencies- The Company is now prepared to issue Policies on the lives of white pemonsand slaves. Ths branch reinsurance materially differs tY.-in ordinary Insurance, for while risks gi inst fira or water may or may not resnit in loss to the insurer, or the loss may be total or partial, life must sooner or later cease :o 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 la Europe and admit of no variation. Its utility and advantages to almost ail 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 i.is a great settings institution, In which b, small annual premium they may makes, pro vision for the benefit of their widows and ehildren when the hand that labored for them lies cold in death. THARP WOOD. Yazoo City, June 16, 1552. Aarts. SPRING GOODS SPRING GOODS. At the Vicksburg- old Cheap Store, MAY now be fonnd a large and splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Dry (roods and Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Among which are rine r rench colored Jackonets, English " 44 Organdy Muslins. Black Muslins. Superior Batiste d'Ecosse, Caboul, a very handsome article. Toil deCouitrai. Extra Bareges imprimr s, Extr Bareges solid colors. White do. Blk do 500 pieces colored Muslins, from 10 to I2h cents per yard, Percale frappc . Superior colored Silks, A very large lot of black Silks of the best quality. 200 pieces Swiss Muslins of all qualities, Jackonet Muslins tn any quantity. Plaid Muslins from 12 t 30 cents per y'd. Colored dotted Swiss Muslins. do plaid do d Calicoes in any quantity a id quality, Aliirge lot of Gim ham.'' some as low as 10 cents per yard. 150 pieces Cottonade of various styles, Superior linen Drillings, a good article at only 25 cents per yard, Drab d'ete, a splendid article, Black French Marino, Linen checks as cheap as 15 cents per yard Red oil Calico plain and figured. Buff and Red cotton Damask, White and Red Embroi dered Muslin Curtains. Brown linen Damask. Pdeached and Brown Domestics, of all qual ties, at prices that cannot be surpasse .1 for cheapness, Brown end Bleached 12-4 Sheeting, Irish Linen i of all qualities. Linen Dia per of all qualities, Brown and Bleached Table cloths, (our stock of liuens is very large and eompleie. and will be sold at prices 25 per cent lower than any other house in this ci'y.) 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 V , Linen Cambric Handkerc iefs of even pos sible quality. Embroidiv brick Handkerchiefs, soon very fins Madras and Romal Handkerchh fs, Avery large stock ot Hosiery. Suspendersof all kinds. Trunks and Carpel Bags. Hickory check and linen bos om Shirts. Silk under shirts, cotton and marino shirts A large stock of Boots ami Shoes, Mats and Caps. And in feet every artiele usual ly found in a Dry Goods and Clotsi ce. We are determined tosell i less prie- t tbeti have been known in this city. Addition vvih be made to our preaen stock by every packet during the entire seasoa. French goods we will sell 50 per cent loer than any" bouse in this city. Call and be convinced, it is am trou ble for us to show goods. M1CHON &. S ARB. AT. Vicksburg, March 17, 1852. 0-P. S. But one price will be asked, and positively no deviation. Notice to Country Merchants. COUNTRY Merchants are invited to sad and examine our Stock of Dry G 1 de, Clothing, Boots, and Shoes. Ha iig a large wholesale house in New Orleans, we are ens bled to sell 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 eriU be received by every packet. MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, March 17th, 1852. Copartnership. THE undersigned having associated them selves together in the Blacksmith business, are prepared to do all kinds of work in thei line with promptness and on good terms. A liberal share of patronage is solicited. Siop on Washington street, near Winn's Stable. F. NEARMAN, March 10. 1852. T. ELLIS. Notice. WE will make liberal advances in CASH on COTTON consigned to our friends SWINEY, GREENE & CO., New Orleans. M. B. WOLFE. 3- Opposite the Post Office. Yazoo city, Sept. 17th 1851 ly New Firm IIIGGINBOTHAM f O. We the undersigned have formed a partner ship for the purpose of transacting a Genera Produce, Grocery and Liquor business. V will keep constunty on hand a general assort mcnt of fainiZ- groceries, Wines, Brandies Hardware, Cutfry and Queensware which we wh7 sc verv ow. " T. T. IIIGG IN BOTH AM. O. W. HENDERSON. Dec'r 3d 1851. P. A. OWEN, New Orleans. w. H. v. WTKVKL, Oxford, A'iss. 1. A. WKf: & CO. Cotton Factors Cotnmission Merchants No. 17, Cakjnde.f.t Stkekt, irarw cklsans. R(fer to Judge J. R. BURRUS, 7azoo City, A. M. WEST, Holmes County. JESSE MARRY, Vernon, Mi. WE arc prepnircd to tnake advances ond fur nish su .plies to planters wishing to do business with the above firm. June 9, 1868. JAM ES THARP - CO. Joti-ee. 'flHE undersigned having bought the inte -L est of T. B, Wheeler d) Co., begs leaver, acknowledge hi3 gratitude for pa n favors, and hopes to merit a continuance of the publi.: patronage. is stock of fancy and staph' dry goods will continue unrivaled in this city an regards variety extent and cheapness IN. Y Yazoo city, Janunry 13th l-ol ELLL -tf gHKUBERRY AND FRUIT TRE1 M AY be found ntall times nt Hatch dj-Co's nursery, i mile east of Vicksburg, Mi m. A large assortment of Hardy Evergreens, Pecidoous trees and shrubs. Hardy Herb eeons plants. Green-house plants, Bulbous ro ': Dahlias, etc.. a line collection of roses. Also a choice variety of Fruit-trees, such as Apples, Pears, Peach.es, Apricots, Necta rines, Figs, Quinces, Raspberry vines etc. etc. Priced catalogues of Roses, Fruit-tree.-. Grecn-hnuse plants etc., can be bad ou appli cation post pa ill, or by sailing for thorn at Mr. Charles T. Manns Drug store, JTaaof. city. Oct. 15th 1851. 3a cw 5r :ut(! Book tr Thompson Co. W HOLES ALE and Retail Druggists next door to Winn's Hotel, Main t?t. Y 1 City, are receiving a large supply of fresh Drugs medicines chemical paints stun. Glassware, perfumery, B tionerv drc.. nil of which thev ofi'e -'liS, uye , sta- 1 D 1 IB 1 1 - ally low prices. Merchants, physicians, plan ters md others will find it to their interest to give us a cull. N. B. A large supply of garden seed for sale. Yazoo Citv January 2vJ. 1"1 tf 'rT:eii!ti &c KM Alexan 4 Co. are now receivrrm : r a tind w'il continue to do so thr onarh cl0'. an assortment of Fall and Winter Dry Goods which we shall sell cheaper than nny other House in the city. A hindsome assortment of plrin flfrured blaek silks, also a fine assortment of ladies' fancy silks and worsted dress goods, and a wood stock of mourning goods, cor nets, Flowers, Flowers, Handkerch'fs Laces4 Gimps, Frinces, Wreah JEm breide rings, an trimmings of all kinds. MA X TILL A S. 18 plain black and Blark watered silk 'man tillas, latest style, just received, and for sale very low or cash by M. A. &. Co. L-idies and Blisses gloves, all kinds, quali ties, colors," and prices. Thibet, India, s Bav State and China shawls, all colors. CLo T IIS A ND YA R XS. Cnssimeres of all colors, Black, Brown and Bate, French and English Bread Cloths, Sati netts, Tweeds, Jesns, Kerseys. Linsey, LeWi ells and yarns, Blenched sheetings and shirt i ings, 3-4 and -1 wide, Brown Domestics of all qualities, also, Hard ward, Cutlery, Queens ware, Glassware, a fine assortment of Guns, and pistols, blankets, fwhite and red, and blue of fll qualities. h fc assortment of Boots and Shoes, 1 sts pd casi of all sizes and fashions, and . all prices. 600 pair of beet oak tanned tUSSCttS. SLOTHING. Boys and youths cloth dress frock and sack coat3, also Tweed Cassimor Blanket Cm I t Pilot cloth over-coats of .ill sizes, also eassimere pants. Sitinett Fancv Tweed --id Jeans pants, vests of all qualities 1 dtMSSS v- ry line cloak Brandy, wine, loaf sugar, spices. Teas, Sateretos, Vim'gnr, Soap, Powder, Shot and Lead. Tbucco and a good assortment of snuff for sale by M. A. & Co. Yazoo city, October 20th 1851 3m Ilo3ii manutacf lire. S DDI.EH5T AND HARNESS WAREHOUSE, YAZOO CITY. 3 CORBETT, respectfully invites attention to his stock of saddlery comprising Eng li:j!i Spanish and French saddles; carriage, buggy and dray harness, whips, spurs, bridles martingales; saddle-bags &lc. He takes le;:ve to call particular attentiou to that perfect piece pf workmanship; the English spring saddle of bis own manufacture and pledges himself nev er to sell aN imported article. Everything in the imrness line will be found new in principle and cheap as possible. Repairing done cheap! Yazoo city June 25th 1851 ly WATCHES AND JEWELRY. J CST received it very large supply of Watch es and jewelry of all discriptions and atesj which we will wholesae to country dealers and otners f'U&aiVELY lower than can be purchased in New Oreans. V azoo city, Dec 24th S. H. WILSON. Removal. The undersigned having re hnuved to the new brick, oddo- eite t.; Winn's Hotel, and is now opening an extensive assortment or Watches, jewelry, silver ware and other goods consisting in gold, of the foJ lowing articles. Gold and silver lever watches of superior quality and various styles. Diamond and oth er jewelry of all descriptions. Silver and silver plated ware, fine pocket; table and oth er cutlery; Lamps, girandoes and chaudaliers Also a very Zarge stock of fineGass, china, and Qneenswape, together with a greater va riety of fine faney and other articles too nume rous to mention; alZ of which will be soZd at price.?, positlvev lower than any other south ern market. o. a. WILSON Jewelry & Music Store, H- C TYLER, MAIN ST. THE COMM NEXT DOOri TO ECIAL BANK. HAS on bond a good asset t nent of al kinds of Jewelry r.ud Fane Soods, and willconstontly bo supplied with 1 most fash- iouhle styles and patterns trumji te iNorru. WATCHES $ JEWEL.RY RE PAIRED Sf WARRANTED. Piano Forte;. H. C. T., & Co., are agent for the rale of the 'Horst pattcnt Ion Pianos which tire the besj pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli mate. Also for Adam StMldart's planes. In- struction books ot all ainu.?. a goou assort ment of sheet music. Violins ar.d Acoordc- ons. strings loru-uuar mnu 1 luuu. Yazoo City, Dec. ll-1850-:Jm. J, TIIAKP, O W VVCOD J.Vs 'I harp & Co. Dealers in Fancy and Stnple Dry Goods, Clo thing Hats, Boots, Shoes. Hardware, Queens, ware, etc. YAZOO CITY. MJSS. WE are now receiving a general stock of tho above articles, with many others too iedioos to mentiprv, all now and fresh, select ed byoursolvca in the Eastern cities and oftet ed on as good terms as can be had of .lev or Gentile. Wc can be fojnd opposite O. T. .Mann'j druar store, and next door o ..:cssr. Haynes fc Dahbs. 'Ca!l and see." Sept. 10th, WSl. W INK'S IIOTK I THE SUBSCRIBER J would respectfully inform the public that he has opened a lare and coin- 1 m ro odious. BRICK B TTILDTWC- On Main Street, a rew doors below his Old Srand. The hou.se is very spacious, and poss ersevery convenience for 11 o a a h 1: The rooms me large, airy and arranged with as eve to the eofort of oceup rrfs. His table sh.il j be supplied .wirli the best the market af fords. And uo pains or expense shall be sdar ed to render sejtfs faction to his gufsts. ' . subscribe, thankfuL$0 his old friends for their patronage, hope-; from his increased fa 'iijties asd deterinijiaiion io please,, toaon tlnue t'i receive their generous favor. Yazop City, Ivliy 22-l8"0. P.S. II?)c!:s, Carriages. Buggies aid sad dle horses will be nt oil timet- in readiness to convey pe sons o iny eftha WateringPiaees or e!sewhrcro in the interior. K. SIW. E. A. TYLER. 39 CAMl' STIiEET, N. UItLEAN. AGENT. HAS CONST.ANTt.V ON IIAN'O A COlD ASSOHT- iv! e n t of FINE WATC 1ES of every de scription in gold and silver case.-; .Mantel clocks; and ifnsic box es, Gold Guard, Fob, Yest chain and Chatulains, Watch Seals Keys, and Charms, Diamoiid. Knby, Emerald, Opal and Garnet Rings Fius, Ear Rings, Bracelets, etc., Cult' Pins, Belt Ruckles. Gold Fens and Pencils, together with a -rreat variety of other Jeweir, Fancy Goods" Plated '.Yare, etc., etc., etc ., Silver Tea Setts, Pitch ers, Goblets, Sp ons, Cups, Forks, Ladles, JYapk'm Rings, Salt Ccl lers, etc., Fiuo Scissors, Pvn snl Pocket Knives. CtO This Stock of Goods being all on com mission will be sold at very small profits for cash, or good city paper. 07" E. A. T. ran always manufacture, nt sl.utt notice, almost any article of Jewelry or Silver Ware that may be wanted. DiAMeifDS and other valuable Gems re-set. C.vxr mounted, etc. .Specimens of his work canal ways he seen at the store. 07" Watches, Clocks, Time-pieces and Music-boxes of every description, carefully re paired and wnrfrnted. Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver taken in ExchsJUPe. A ew Orleans, Octo 1st 18."j1 ly Franklin Iron Foundry. CJSTINFS Sfc 4-. JTOII I BOBB Jr. T ESPECTFULLY announces to planters, MAj and the public enerallv, that the old es tablished FRANKLIN FOUNDY, Vicksburg, is again in full operation, ready to execute, promptly, orders for Castings of all descripl tions. Mill, and Gin Irons, Engine work, al kinda of repairing, &c. Also. Agent Hotch kissts Patent Vertical Vater Wheel, which is rapidly supcrceeding all others. Patterns for furnishing three sizes may be seen at the Foundry, and its advautoges over all others pointed out. Thankful for past favors, the proprietor so licits a continuance, promising to execute all orders in his line, in a manner no, to be sur passed at any Foundry in the South or West V JOHN BOBB. Jr. N. B. All orrfers left with Messrs. Allen & Barksdale, Yazoo City, will meet Wfth prompt attentiin. Vichsburg, Aug. G, 1849.-37-9m LOTS TO LEASE JriHE undersigned proposes tc lease upon K moderate terms, for a term of 5 years, Lots numbered on the map of Yazoo City, 13, 10 and 167, fronting the Court House, jpon th west side of Broadway, in sub-divisions of 2 feet fronts b, 70 iu 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 niently adapted to tho erection of ol offices and other cheap buildings suited to the varied mecnanical branches ot business. I also ofler for sale on a credit ol one and two years, or will execute leases for 5 years wmi uie privilege 01 purciirsing some 30 or u otner town lots, ditterently situated. 1 also propose sub-dividing 16 acres (be ing lot No. 462) up. n the Hill at tie j auction of Broadway and Madison streets, and adja cent to the Plank Road, in lots of convenient size, which will be leased as above or sold on a credit or 1, 2 and 3 years. Persons desirous of securing locations for residences or other purposes, upon reasonable terms, can be thus accommodated. A. PATTERSON. Blackman & co AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS IN -NEGROES, STOCK AND PROPERTY OF ALL DE SCRIPTION Yazoo city, Sept. 24th 1851. Good and Fine saddle hor&s for 1 J also single and double harne-s hor u . by U.J. BLACK MAN & CO I Dry ftoods, Hoot, Shoes and Hals! ALL IN THR SAME STOCK. AT No's 11 AND 13 MAGAZINE STREET. Corner or Common, New Okleans. The eubscfibcrs have h hand, &ri3 still continue to receive from the North end Eri-j rope, a complete nrs.-.rt iu lit of European -ind Atfierfosh Dry Geods suitable for this market and whteh 'hey respectftilly offer fer tsale on reaonnble term6". their BtOcK ol ry Goods consists in part ofthe follow!!',' enumerated articles: Freneh md fertgllsh mra rilankets; 7-H,4-d, -1-1, ind Twilled LoWeil Cottons-, 3-4.7-H.4-4, and Tv.ll led White and" Brown, Cotton.--, K'entti.:':y LlHseyi and Jeans, (rlirow JernK rind Lowell Linseyy, FlaidLincys for' House Servant., Bine and Fancy colored Kentucky Jeans. White, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Green Flannels, Negro Woolen Caps, Socks and Shirts, Heavy ami Ljgl.l Cottonades and Deni.ne. for plantations. Madras and Mock Madras Handkerchiefs, for Negroes. Bide, Black and Mixed Satinets, French. Calicoes, Gingham.-, Sills.', Europe.-. Fngliih Calicoes, Merino, Alpacas and Bembazettes, English IIojc, ffndersbirts, Drr.wer.i and (j loves. German Ho3e, and Half-hose, Plain; Hhite, Figured and Cclorsd Swiss Muslins. Irish Linen, Drilling and Diapers, India Rubber Suspenders, Apron Checks; 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 Baek and Ri vetted, Oak and Hern lock Tanned, Regular and Extra sizes. BOOTS. Men's calf, Kin and grain pegged, sewei and imitation sewed; Planter's, Fishermdn's and Mud Boots. Boys' Youths' and Children's Bouts?. BROGANS. Kip, Patent Leather, Calf, Seal and Bull Pegged. Sewed and Imitation sewed. For men, Boys and Youths, of all qualities Together with a complete assortment of GAITERS, HOOTS AND BROGAiVS. For ladies, M:sscs, children and servants, Fine and ordinary qualities. HATS 4- CAPS. Of all kinds and qualities. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and examine our 6tock be ore making their purchases, 2VORTH BROTHERS. Aew Orleans, Oct. 22d 1851 ly BROWN & AVERY, Next door above the B(1hJ; building uin Street cixoo cit y S EEF constantly on hand an extei; VSort t of all kinds of tin-ware tire rhan 'act.ir nr a e article 01 baths and l athing-tubs. They keep always larire supply ot cooking and parlor stoves all el which they will oil; r a than they can be puroht They are prepared to do: arid 'wery description of'j ness and dispatch. Pe thing in their line wuu en ad or cheapo. I in this region tiada of gutterint, work wltii !l".r. ns wishing any 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 Labor Saving: TIa claim. HAVING purchased the patent right of ma king and selling the labor saving washing ma chines of Mr. Sahib, I am now prepared to fill all ordes on short notice for these invaluable and indispensable machines. April 14. 1852. H. STA1I. GARDEN SEED Jut received and fer sale a large suppy of Landreth Gt rd ;. seed at our Drug store one door above A' Cii & Barksdale. THOMPSON 4- CO. New (oofls. TY the asi packets, we have received, and -"-'continue to receive a Zarge addition to our stock in the way of Ladies dress goods and tnmmincs, aso men and youths clothing, hats, caps etc, JAS THARP & CO. Yazoo'City November 5th 1851. A. F. Dutbar & o Manufacturers, and Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, No. 54 and 56, Common Street, NEW ORLEANS. October 1st 1851 ly WE will be pleased to have the Ladies call and examine our stock of dress goods, they are well assorted, pretty, and styles new and i iees particularly low for cash. May 12. J. HEARD & CO. Madame K. Fourcade, FASHIONABLE MILLENER, INFORMS the Ladies of Yazoo City and vi cinity, that she has come to this 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 and Straw 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 Bauk. Yazoo City, July 7, 1852.-6m. GROCERIES. 0"b BRLS. Molasses, 50 half bbls. Molasses, 10 bbls. crushed and pulverized Sugar, -hlnja. Prime Brown Sugar, 50 bags Rio Cof fee, 100 bbls. Flour, 5 bbla. Loaf Sugar. 20 half bbls. new Mackerel No. 1, 100 kegs Nails assorted, just received and for sale meap for cash by M. B. WOLFE. Dec. 31, 1851. r - ' PISTOLS! PISTOLS5 REVOLVING self-cocking and other su perior quality pistols, for sale by Uecember 24th 1851. S. H. WILSON. ; ,, , , V -VTOTICE 100 gallons Lard Oil for sale by II March 24, 1802. THOMPSON & CO. World's Fair Premium ttafce. DEPOT, Green Block, Water Rtrect. between Maiden Istneand Wall Street,) NEW YORK. 'pilE Mthscrlber placed Ms Fir and Burgh.r m Proof Irea fj eompetitiou with tin- whole world nt the frroM Exhibition inTiondon, !'o- which an impartfal jury nwrrded a iu qaJ. The American 1'air, held last 'all nt Castle fardert, also awarded to Mm 8 void medal for tm h t Fire lmi',f Sfe n :d he hns never fil- Bd Ml ehtnin the hifhe.-t j. sift hM been pot in om petit that purpose. Or' i ffcal m Hi from the M lowing well ! hcs, who have h'Wa theff hook: 1 otfji'is lor ri feccited ::uiti?e hou rs and moii within t 1 ey preserved in th- h v m lal thirty-day, (and ran, with many oth 1 bo eee n at my store.) viz; Mts'-rs. Stillwel' S' Montross, Mr. J. L. Walk ins, in the Fulton Street Fire; Messrs. Fisher 6t Robinson, an Messrs. John Lockwnod & Co , iuthe great lii corner of Liberty and Nassau Streets, and Messrs. Proud & Bbtfman. in Jer e) city. I am the preprie!' r of tla which obtnined n medal (tri ij ains c Co., Boston,1) a! il.i; W audi- considered the best Lj ever irfverjted, being proof sja the key is no larger lhau a cc V Patent Lock name Of Ad IdV Exhibitou, for the price, in! powder, ami it, uud cm be made eh'tngeahle. I iu ite nil purchasers to a close and careful tovestigatSorj before puriihasing. and decide for themselves, who makes the best Fire, Burglar and Dsmp-Proof Safes combined. SILAS C. HERRING, Nos. 185, 137 and 139 Walter Street N. York. 1 i E G TS. John Farrel. 31 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. C. L. Harman, Chicago, Illinoise. Henry Williams, Alilwaukie, Wisconsin. Fry & McCandish, Richmond, Virginia. April 21, 1852. New hrug an Book Store YAZ.u CITY, MISS. wholesale and retail dealer in FAIVT OILS, Drugs Medicines and Chcmieils WINDOW CLASS, SASH, AND PUTTY. Landreth's Garden seeds, DYE STUFFS AND GLASS WARE, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUM V. NTS, Gold Evil, Gold Pens and Case, TRUSSES AND SUPPORTERS, PERFUMERY, FKE SOAPS AND ERUSHES, Sehool book, STEEL PENS, QUILI.S AND STATIONERy, LETTER AND CAP PAFER. Medical. Law, and Miscellaneous Booka BLANK ROOKS, SUPERIOR INKS, PAPER HANGINGS, t'C. 07" Prescription? put up with r.entness and accuracy. Physicians supplied on the loircst terms wholes a l r andJretail agent for Titr. sai.i: OF DR. ToWNsEND's, SAND'S, AND EL'Ll.V SARSAPARILLA. Or- Planters and Physician! will always find at this establishment, fresh and una! tf.r ated Medh inf.s, which have been select ed with great personal care for this market All purchasers are invi'ed to examine the Srofk, t or In th ty than Ynz - vill find I rid ftii:' n VI i s id LITTLES VJ&RMIFlfGJS, A sure remedy to cure children of worms, re quiring no other medicine IO folie'w it; and be sides, it wili soon restore puny or drooping childrei; to health again, it can be given te Uiethost delicate child with perfect safety, aad not sorpassed, if eijuallei!, by any other Put up in vials double the usual ze, and.abM in large bottles for plantation use, and more '.ban 90 per cent chenper than any other. For sale by THOMPSON fr CO. Agent . J. E. SHROPSHIRE- Vazoo City July 2d 1851 MALL AND VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE, ON YAZOO KtVfiK, 3 MILKS ABOVE MOT lii OF TCIIULA. tcrea on th tract, -j0 in cultivation -Tood imnrov-.-i::-rits stock ot begs and Cattle, with corn f uiticicnt, 2f( cords wood cut, fine swum for w 1 iyard. Appiy on the premise- to Mrs. Lamkin, or to tlie under signed al Vazoo city. J. I. WILSON. Dec, Hth 1 51. D. Tamborine, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Ccdials, &c. FAMILY GROCER. Main St. Yazoo City, Miss. Constantly on hand a large assortment ot Foreign and Domestic Liquors, FrenchjjWines, Cordials, Fruitsin Juice, Sard iies, Confectionary Segars Tobaceo. London Porter, Scotch Ale, and overy var iety of Family Gioceries. JUST received per.steamer Aft n, from New Orleans, selected by 7nyse) a full supply of ihe cheapest Family Groceries. Also Bran dies, Wines, Fruits, &c. I hive made arrrnffe- meuts with an Importing House in New Or leans, 1 hich enables me by order, to be al ways prepared for both wholesale and retail customers. I have on hanc choice brands of Claret Wine, which I can sell at as low prices as can be purchased in Nev Orleans. Give me a call. D. TAMBORINE. Yazoo City, May 2G, 1852-tf 29 NOTICE. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Wolfe & Dwight, is thisday 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 witbMr. C. W. Dwight, I shall continue the Amtion and Commission Business on mv own acount from this date Yazoo City, March 31 , 1152. M. B. WOLFE. Last Mftticc. ALL persons indebted thj undersigned, are l- -- reuiiu fj mmuanf unmeaiaie. seme ment, as we are anxidufto close out nH ici- , ness, amlldttger mdulgerra cannot be gVen. March 15, 1852. L HEARD. DTI 1 C'lothinjcl Cldining!! Alfred kMuiuoe & Co. No '.A. Magazine Slrvit corner of Gravier In a ' KJon to mir splendid stock ofREAD .1 M-E CLOTIIIKG, Dteontieg to ninety rtiousand dollars) now in store, we have pei recital arrivalf of liips St. Charles, Jesnore, msMp Union, and Imrk Jlfiyflower, junt re ceivedtVom our rnarmfnrtory, 441 Rroadwny Sow V'ork, severnl invoices of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, hat for heauty of style and superiority of GrOods an not be equalled in the south. We have spared no poms in having our clo thing cnt in the latent fashion, and will iruaran-- tee to please the most fastidious taste. Oui -tock ot GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS is now complete, having every article in that line. We are satisfied that our SHIR 1 l -parttnent 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 Pstkas; d blacltsnd farcy colored cloth walking coats; Embroidered cloth walking and overcoats; blk c loth, walking and business, a blue ond hloek cloth; fur coats a new article. French black, I Town drab, green and olive cashmere sacs; do do do mulberry and olive cloh Opera do; do blark and fancy colored Doeskin Union do; do extra superfine drab and fancy colored wnlkinp conts; Codrington, grey mixed and silver grey sacks ond Polkas; French black, hlue, brown and olive beaver Sacks and frock coats; do bue, irown 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 and English black superfine cloth sne and Walking coats; dodo hlue, brown anr drab Pilot cloth sacs; BLANKET COATS. French superfine blue, brown nr.' grey sacs anJ Paletots; do do do extra long do and frocks, do second quality do do do; do third do fancy colored do .'j nd Paletots. CLO KS. Blue and black cloth cloaks, every quality; Rladk and blue Pilot cloth cloaks. VEST8. Fancv silk and satin vests, all qualities. Black do Blaea (all silk) Velvet do d . Black and colored embroidered rloth ect-: nil qualities; French Doeskin and cassimerew, do; Bombazine and Merino do do; White Marseilles ard buff eaebmers do do; Embroidered Marsetles nl essbn era do. We ask particular stfeatkin to our .-issorf-mentc ery rich WEDDING AND SOIREE YMST-, hIm) lien s: le.leiinvLind et.--. PANTALOONS. French blark doeabifl and Caaaimere pnut.: do .aacy hi i0 do Englhni end Ameri. an Oxford Grey and mixed cc simerc pints: London check alaid oants; r.nd Hi Pilot iues; Iu riiia eotl ties; check and C all oeallUei : I 1 flannel dot cotton, flannel and plain muslin shuts; drawers ol ill (lie above descripl ions. HALF HOSE. AU word, merino. Lamb's wool hose oil kindu; i.Mi liwh C(ttfou, white, brown and grey hose: British 1 1 1 r gd, silk and Lisle Threes' do Sfheifcr knit nod dSuriiry 1 nit n' wool do BQS' AM CHILDREN'S CLOTHINt;. Boys black, 1 je, brown und alive cloth Crocks do do do do do Polkas; do do do do do sacs; do . grey h th jachotac do French ind iScotch tweed Jackets; do Rlack and blue pilot cloth cloaks; do beaver Piiot, cadet and blanket overcoats; Chi Id reus biack and fancy colored cloth Suite; d black, blue, browu and olive Polka jackets do cloth and tweed toga and sac coats; Io black and fancy colored eassimere pants; Boys do do do do Boys black and colored silk and satin vests; do white and colored Marseiles vests; do bluck colored cloth and eassimere vest; GLOVES. Black, white and eolcred Kid gloves. Black and white silk do Cashmere, Merino, nd Lisle threrd do Single and double Taffeta do Men's real buck gauntlets; Fine nd heavy buck gloves, different sizes; U&'PENDEIiS of various kinds, SiLr AND SATAN CRAVATS. Black and Fancy silk am! fatin cravats, do Italian era vule from 30 to 42 inches. Linen and silk handkerchief" W hue and colored Linen bordered hdkfs Best Spitflefield, Indin. Bandana and IWce 2AftAi TR.TNKS, VALISES, CAR uvZ?,M:S' CC n ON AND SILK UM BRELLAS; INDIA RUBBEH GOODS CF EVP;RY DESCRIPTION. ONE PRICE FOR GOODS, and no deviation ALFRED MUNROE & COT Oct 8th 1951-ly 34 Magazine street. To the lad es "vejui upenea a nanrfsome assortmeiitoP - v iseues, apes collars, Chemisettes l Goves, Mitts, Silk Vests, Under Bleevet a preat variety ot edgings and inser Tm Ladies will please call and examine Sept 24th 18M. J. V. CALMVF BUGGIES. RECEIVLVG from cities, a fine assor the Eastern ment of Bac . 11 1 jp gies, which we wil cash or approved paper. Persons des good vehicle, would do well tocall "Furniture Ware Koom" before pun elsewhere. E. L. BOWER A Yazoo city, Oct 27th 1851. FOR SALE, " A Good little dwelling house and n 1 lot in the most im Droving e I town, The lot is 100 feet fron:T running back 320 feet, with crr,fA cfKt .1 l n. t b ""u": me uacK ena it. Fhe house contains three rooms, w good brick; cistern attached. Terms h fash the haHaneehe -first of January next IBflerSl . ; --A. BV JOHNSON TTD'K doeskibMu rorWl h' IHa 1UL otrn .tx i- J 'Oct, 10th. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEV