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1- YAZOO CITY PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MESSRS. M. D. HAYNES & CO. "produce and groceries. AUTICMs. Bacon Hams, - - pr lb Clear sides. Ribbed M Shoulders, Lard, - do Mess Pork, per bbl, pjucks. :.6 13 11 10 14 S 15 822 i 24 o m B 50 85 50 0 7 00 25 28 30 81 (S 1 25 75 81 8 9 15 15 la 14 82 00 2 25 35 16 16 14 2k 8 25 35 45 81 75 2 00 2 50 O 3 00 I2h 14 40 45 8 10 82 50 (S I 50 6 5 8 83 50 8 B Flour Ohio, do St. Louis do WmsKEY-Common, per gal Dexter do Monongahela, Burbon, Sugar- -Brown Loaf, Crashed, Coffee, "Salt Coarse, Fine, Moutssss, Bauc.inu Kentucky, India, Dundee, Gunny Bags, Rope, Twine, LrNSKv- Kentucky, Janes, XiM:- -"Western, Thomaston, Leathers, Wikdow Sash, per light, Glass, do box, "Nails, Iron, S h i n g l es C y press, Cotton, H. G. FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABIAN LINIMENT is a most extraordinary medicine, the truth of which is placedbeyond doubt by the vast sales of the article and the many cures being daily performed by it, which previously had resisted all other medicines and the skill of the best physicians in the world. It is com posed of balsams, extracts and gums peculiar to Arabia possessing, in a concentrated form all their stimulating, anodyne, penetrating, nnctuous and revulsive properties, and the same which, ages ago, were used by the'-Sons i if the Desert," with such miraculous success, ia curing the diseases of both man and beast. Read the following remarkable cure, which should of itself place. II. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment far beyond any similar remedy. Mr. H. G. Farrell Dear ir : Actuated by by a sense of gratefulness, I submit the follow ing as an instance of the utility of your great medicine. My child, three years old, was sud denly attacked with a terrible disease, which in la'ss than sis hours pro-itrated it to total help lessness. The limbs became so rigid that hot a joint could be bent ; the fledi turned black and celd and entirely deprived of feeling ; the eyes hxed, partially closed anu altogether nunc following this was deafness to all sounds ; the i supine ecan.o contracted and so curved that w.lMilinnirta its liaak the head and heels I tlie head and heels Mi3y wchetL Indeed, the child presented -m -rm . . .. . every appear see of being dead. Immediate ly on the attack, the family physician yvas called in, and for three weeks he bored to res tore it to feeling, but all in vain, although it was blistered a 4$?tn times and various rub efacient Liniments applied. A consulation of physicians was then held, but to no purpose, the case was then bronght before the Medical Society, but uotlungould be suggested yvhich had not already been doe, and the doctor then told me could do nothing more. We then commenced applying your Liniment freely over the entire length of the spine, and you imagine a parent's joy, when, after a fWw ap plications, returning animation was apparent and it rappidly recovered with the exception of the sight, which did not become perfect for near a month. The child is now healthy and robust ascaa be. Five other cases of the same kind occurred previously in my neighborhood all of yvhich died, when there is no doubt if your Liniment had been used they would have recovered. HENRY G. CLELAND Peoria, March 1st, 1851. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS ! The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made its appear ance, called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counterfeits, be cause having the name of Farrell, many will luv it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by 11. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to Avnorn all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the letters H. G. before Farrell's, thus H. G. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, ull others are counterfeits. Sold by THOMPSON & CO., Yazoo City HARDAWAY & WHITE, Vicksburg, Miss, .and by regularly authorized agents throughout gthe United States. (XjT Price 25 and 50 cents, and 81 per bottle. "AGENTS WANTED in every town, village -arid hamlet in the United States, in which one is ot already established. Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good reference as to .character, responsibility, &c. December. 3, 1852. JT IS AN 1NFALLABLE REMEDY. Language cannot express the value of "Dr. Williams' Compoand.Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha," in diseases of the L&Bg-s- It not only cures them effectually , but it gives immediate evidence of its ability lo do tie Sot in a few moments offer the first dose iias been taken, the patient feels that a power ful agent is in his system, strongly working for his good. Its operations are never delayed it a once flies to and attacks the root of the iijeaces with an energy unknown to other medicines-, and that difease must be deeply seated indeed which can resist itslunrivaled influence. Hence, it has frequently cared a painful cough in a day : which has defined other popular rem edies for a month ; and has removed difficulty "of breathing, and pain in the throat and chest 'in p. (few minutes, by the surpassing energy of its action. For full descriptions of ita merits, viitues &c, see Pamphlets, to be had of the Agents. For Sale, y C. T. MANN. Yazoo City, Miss,, December 1, 1852--lm. JOSEIU H. PALMER. JAJWES H. MASSEY. Joseph H. Palmer & Co. IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS i if FOREIGN & DOMESTIC OER "ST 2& C G ISJ 633 0 47 Camp Street, above Gjavier, Dec. 15, 1353. NewOrleaxs. KFRU. PATTISOM & BAILEY, r. R V jj p j r. n it n n t? v s - W V -i-rf J I- "1 j 34 CANAL STREET, Ch this Levtf , between Custom-House and the River, Plahters' Supplies, Family & Boat Stores Of lr bestuality, Scon 'e mo liberal terms. ( CIRCULAR . ) nW-Obi.eans, November 5, 1852. Sr Hunting you above our Business Card, we beg tocayour attention to our Hthuc, and solicit an examination of our Stock and Prices, assuring you that both will be found as satis factory as thdse of ar.v other Grocers in the ; City. Our sipplies are bought for Cash, and selected with the greatest care, with a view of giving satisfaction to our customers. We in v ite a call and a full examination of our stock and prices. Terms liberal, either for cash or good paper. Below we give a list of some of the articles we shall at aj times keep on hand. Planters sending their brders direct to us will be fur nished with articles, not in our line, at the low est city prices. Yours, Respectfully, KITCHEN, PATTISON & RAILEY Sugar Bron, Clarified Magnolia, Havana, Powdered, Crushed, Loaf, Nos. 1, 2, 3, Northern & New-Orleans. Coffee Kio, Havana, St. Domingo, Lvguay- ra, Java in pockets 30 lbs. Mocha do. Molasses Common, Reboiled, Sugar-House. Strop Golden, Sugar-Hojse. Tea Bind , Green and Mixed of great va riety of brands and qutlities. Flour Ohio and St. Louis brands in barrels and half barre's. Buckwheat In half-barrels, kegs, boxes and bags. Rice Fresh Carolina. Ci; ackers Soda, Navy, Water, Butter and Fancy. Butter Goshen and Western. Bacon Sides; Shoulders, Jowls and Hams. Hams Best Sugar-Cured and Canvassed, Nor then and Wester. Lard In barrels and kegs. Pork Clear, Mess, Mess Ordinary and Prime. Beef Clean Mess, Mess Ordinary, Prime and Fancy Northern, in half barrels. Beef Dried, and Venison. ToNGUBS Beef and Buffalo. M ACKERfcL--In barrels, half-barrels and kits, Nos. I, 2, 3. Shad In barrels, half-barrels and kits, Nos. 1,2,8. Salmon In half-barrels and kits. Roe Hekimno In half-barrels ond kits. Herring Smoked, in boxes. Codfish In boxes and drums. Oystres In can and kegs. Salmon " Sardines f hermetically sealed. Meats J Cheese English, Northern and Western Pine Apple's, Swiss and Fancy. Maccauo.ni- t VERMICELU-f Cocoa In papers and boxes. Chocolate French and Common. Catscc Tomato, Walnut, Mushroom, Wor cestershire. Sauses Pepper, Harvey, Soho and John Bull. Olive Oil French, Spanish and Italian. Pickles Plain and assorted in gallon, hair- rrnllnn and miart iars Mustard French, Northern and Kentucky n... ir, , iur. muu-i . , i n s .imui ttu. rttESnnf Kri Prunes French. Apples and Peachkrs Dried. Currants Zantc. Olives Italian. Raisins In whole, quarter and eighth boxes. Fruit Figs, Graqes, Cocoanuts, Almonds, Filberts, Walnuts, Pecan, Cream Nuts, &r. Lemons and Oranges. JuLLY-Guava, Damson, Plum, Currant, and Cranberry. Brandy FRuixs-French Cordials, Anisette, Parfa it Amour, Curacao, Absynth,&c. BtTTERs-Boker's, Berlin; Wine andGoulay. Peppermint Essence of Syrups Lemon and Assorted. Candies Assorted, in boxes and cartoons. SpicES-Allspice, Pepper, Cloves, Mace, Cinna mon, Nutmegs, and Ginger. CANDLEs-Tallow, Star, Adamantine, Wax and Sperm, Plain and Fancy, in boxes and cartoons. Soap Castile, Rosin, Shaving and Fancy. Saleratus Pear-Ash and Soda, Yeast Pow ders, and Starch. Indigo-Madder, Alum, Borax, Brimstone and Sulphur. Spanish Whiting-Venetian Red and Spanish Brown. BROOMS-Quaker and Western. WniSKEY-Ohio, Bourbon, Monongahela, Rye, Tuscaloosa and directly imported Scotch and Irish. BRANDY-Of a great variety of brands and pack ages and of personal selection from common to the finest importetU WlNEs-Madeira Sherry Port, Burgundy, Claret, Champagne, Muscat Teneriffe, Malaga, Hock, Barzac, &c, all of a va riety of brands, and of personal selec tion, some very choice. Bp.ANDY-Peach and Apple Gin Holland and American. RuM-St. Croix, Jamaica and New England Alcohol and Rose Whiskey, Porter and ALE-London, Edinburgh, Falkirk, India, Glasgow and Philadelphia, in pints and quarts. Champa gne-C ider. ViNEGAR-Wine and Cider. BoTTLES-Wine and Porter, in hampers. FLASKS-Pints and quarts ia boxes. Demijohns1, 2, 3 and 5 gallons. Stone .Tu(;s-Assorled. ToBAcco-Manufactured and Smoking, of vari ous brands, sorts, qualities, prices and packages, Pites- Tobacco. Cigars Havana, Domestic & Plantation in ev ery variety, Cigarillas & Shuck Cigars. MATcnEs-Lucifer. Gun fo wde r Com mo n and very fine Rifle, SnoT-Assorted, Bar Lead, Fire Crackers. Hardware Nails and Spikes, assorted. Plan tation Ploughs and Hoes, assorted. Trace Chains. Collins' Axes. Plate Bloc k and Tin. Windoyv Glass. Buckets and TuBS-Painted and plain assorted. Tin Cans and BucKETS-Quart and half-gallon for plaatation use. LiME-Cement, Plaster, Tar, Resin, Sc Turp'ne. LEAD-White, in kegs. Spirits of Turpentine . Saltpetre. OiL-Castor, Tanners, Whale, Sperm, Lin seed afld Iard fiAGGiNG-Keatucky and India. Rope and Twine. Gunny Bags HiDES-Mexican stnd Flint. Sacks-Wheat, without Seam. t-Liver boo 1 coarse and fine; Rock, in barrels. Table. PAFEH-Wrapping, . CROfiiNS and RussETTs-Negro, single and douSTbacksand riveted-regular and !;i p, ovtra sizes Negro-Wo1 Hats, Bladlets, Osnabugs, Jeans and Linseys. iNK-Marking, in demijohns, t suit planters. Fire BiucK-English and Biloxi. QuiMNE-Epsom and Glauber Salts, in 10 lb. packages. SNUFF-Scotch, in bladders and boxes of One dozen bottles. Maccouba and Rappee. Uccember lo, 18o2. (ty W. H. KICHEN, late Kichen & Davis Grocer. New Orleans. Wm. H. PATTISON late Ldwe, Pattison & Co. New Orleans. CHAS .R. RAILEY, late of Natchez Miss CONVERSE & CO. Grocers and Dealers In Western PRODUCE. No. 97" Tchmtpitoulas. corner of Tjifawtlf St. - j j j Offer for sale the following Goods, together with many articles in their line, not enu mesated below, which will be sold low for Cash or good City Acceptances. TEAS. Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, ?ow cnog, uolong. COFFEE. Kio, Havana, Jamaca, Lagupra. Choice Old Java, Mocha. SUGAR. Louisiana, Havana. New York and New Or leans. Loaf, Crushed, Powdered, Clarified, Granulated. MOLASSES. flantation, Sugar House, New York and Louisiana Syrups. FLOUR. Extra St. Louis, Sp3rfine St, Louis, Illinois, t'hio, Corn Meal and Hommony. FISH. Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 2. in barrels, half bar rels, qr. bhls., and kitfs, No. 3 In bbls. Herrings, in barrels and half barrels. Salmon, in kittsand half kitts. Codfish, in boxes and drums. Herring, in boxes. OILS. Castor, Lard, Linseed, Whale, Sperm Tan ners, Olive. PROVISIONS. Mess and Prime Pork, Mess Beef in bbls. and half bbls., Prime Beef, Ribbed and G lear Sides. Shoulders, Srgar Curod and plain Hams; Dried iieer and longues, Fickled Tongues, Lard, Biuter, Cheese, iroshen, Enfflish, dairv and western, Beans, Potatoes, Onions, coarse, fine. table and rice Salt. CANDLES. Sperm, Star, Admantine, Tallow. . SOAP, Winchester's, Livermore's, Eagle, Jackson's, Muni's Extra, Castile, Fancy Bar, Variegated, Toilet, Shaving, Shaving Cream. FRUITS, NUTS, &C. Raisins, Almonds, Grapes, Currants, Prunes, Figs, Brazil Nuts, Pecan Nuts; Citron, Cran he rries, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches. PAPER, &. C . Writing, Wrapping, Playing Cards, in great variety Cotton Twine, Lamp Wick. PICKLES, CATSUPS &c. Underwood's Davis' and Wells, M. & Provost'8 PICKLES, in gallons, half, quarter and one eighth gallons. CATSUP Tomatto, Walnut Mushroom, Worcestershire. SAUCE Rose Water, Pie Fruit, Currant Jellies, Assorted Jel lies, Pepper Sauce, Havana Preserves, American Preserves in glass and tin, Canton Ginger, Ca pers, Olives Salmon, Lobster, Shad and Sar dies, in sealed cans. SPICES, &C. Kentucky Mustard, Cassia in mats and glass Cloyes, Mace, Nutmegs, Pepper, Allspice Gin gin, Cayenne Pepper. WOODEN -WARE. Bucket?, Tubs, Brooms, wash Boards wlothes Pins, Shoe Brushes, Scrub Brushes Manilla Lines, Bed Cord.?, Matches, DRUGS, &c. Indigo, Copperas, Salaeratus, Brimstone, Lamp Black, Spanish Brown, Carb. Soda, Cream Tartar Camphor, Madder, Alum, Epsom Salts, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Magnesia, Quinine, Sealing-Wax. LIQUORS, &c. Cognac and Domestic Brandy, Jamaica Rum, New England do. New Orleans do, Holland Gin, American do, Irish Whiskey, Scoth do. Rectified do, Monongahela do, Bourbon do. Madeira Wine, Sherry do, Oporto do, Malaga do, Muscat do, Champagne do, Claret do, Bran dy Cherries, Brandy Peaches, Curacoa, Mara schino, Absynthe, Annisette, Cordials, Stough ton's Bitters, Lemon Syrup, Assorted do, Por ter, Ale, Cider, Esse nceiPepper mint. TOBACCO, SEGARS AND SNUFF. A large assortment of TOBACCO CIGARS of all qualities Cuba Sixes. SUNDRIES. Starch, Powder and Fire Crackers, Shot, Bar Leal, Nails. Ink, Macaroni, Vermicelli, Candy, Corks, Bottles, Pipes Flasks, White Laad, Glass, Putty, Blacking. ry ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. December 15, 1852. CTTr" Wm. P. Converse, T. M. Converse, Wmv P. Converse, Jr. NEW SHOE STORE. ZJSJo HLJE? QL Si a Wholesale Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, No. 70, Gravier Street, December 15, 1852. New Orleans. e. e. brunek. V, I. BRTJNEB. BRUNER & SON, j Commission, Receiving ana tor- warding Mercliants, Mulberry Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi, KEEPS constantly on hand, Plantation Sup plies of all kinds. Wag-ons, Plows &c, &c. Liberal advances made on cotton smppeu to our friend, J. H. HEALD, 34 Natchez Street, New Orleans. December 15, 1852. Wot Sale, ACRES LAND, situated about nine UU7 miles from Yazoo Citv and about seven miles from Benton on the new Lexingtdn road, in the neighborhood of Rev. J. W. Purvis. There are about two hundred or fifty acres of this tract unddr fence, and in a high state of culti- vatiou, a nne crop Having been grown on me nlace the present year. . 1 here is also a good mill and gin, and comfortable negro quarters and dwelling house on the place. This is a fine tract of larid, and a good bargain will be . i 1 :i 1 For further information, -refer tc They h. Clark, Benton, and P. O'Donnell, Yazoo City. civen to aaiy one wno wiue tu pureiwac. Dece. 15, 18o.-t G. SWAYZE. A. SWAYZE. doing to New Orleans. PURCHASE YOUR CLOTHING of ALFRED MUNROK At r.n a tine Street. The efeat feature with them is. the W dnA always kept, of Gentlemen V - 7 J 'J f V Villi drens Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At mis uouse. ine price ot every article is marked upon it. People, whether sood or bad indues need have no fears of beinc cheated, fnr nftpr th purchase of any article, should any dissatisfac tion exist, the money will be refunded on its being returned. No trxmbh lo show xrls frith them, as their whole object is to please those who . I i lavor mem wun a call- Overcoats of every description. Walking Coats of all kinds. Brsi.NFss-CoATs of all kinds. Dress and Frock Coats of all kinds. Cloth Cloaks of various qualities. Talma and Kharan Cloaks, new article. Pantaloons of ail kinds. Vests of all kinds. Undekshiuts and Drawers of all kinds. Hau 11dm-; and Gun m of all kinds. Cotton and Linen Shirts of all kinds. Cravats and Scarfs magnificent assortment. Handkerchiefs and Sdspewdesr. AISO A very superb assortment of BOY S $ CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. To Steamboat Captains, Pilot. FJtr. (f ' Your particular attention is invited to our very large assortment of Overcoats of Every Description. FUR BEAVERS. HIMALAYA CLOTHS, HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS, DEVON SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR BL AN K ETS, M OTTLED BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC. n all of which goods we have some EXTRA LONG COATS, manufactured expressly for your u.e. 6T3"" Yod had belter call and purchase one if ou want something comfortable. ALFRED M UN ROE & CO. 31 Magazine st.. corner Dec. 15, 1852.-1). ofGravier. SIMPSON'S i it v -c oo f $ House:, No. oO, Canal Street Acw Orleans OFFERS gieat inducements to Planters and others wishing to select n list of Drv Goods. he stock consists of a lage assortment of Plantation, Household & Fancy Goods, EMBRACING IN PART, Lowells, Kerseys, Lii fcvp, Blanketp, De nims, lottonaues, runnings, c-jieetings, Linen Good Calicoes, Al cringes. Alpaccns, and DRESS GOODS of all descriptions. This es tablishment keeping all kinds of Dry-Goods from Domestics lo tlit richest FafJHcs, and sell ing any quantity desired is better aApted to fill a bill of general Dry-Goods, than any other in New Orleans and you are asked to Reme4 rer this FACT, which you can prove to your selves by an examination this hnuse scllsgoods cheaper by from FIFTEEN to TWENTY per cent, than any other in Neyv Orleans. Ask your neighbor, yvho has bought at Simpson's, and he will testis to this fact, and then call yourself at SIMPSON'S, No. Canal Street, Ncjv Orleans. Dec. lo, 18o2. Brooks 8c Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & Domestic LIQUORS &c. No. 26 New Levcc, December, 15, 1852. ly. B. S. TAPPAN & CO. DEALERS IN IROM, STEEL. MILS, SPIKES, BLACKSMITH'S iOOLS, CARRIAGES, SPRINGS, AXLES, CASTINGS, PRINTING PAPER AND INK, WASHINGTHN STREET, Vickskurg, Mus. Dec. 15, 1852. n6.-ly E. A. TYJLER. CAMP STREET, N. ORLEANS. AGENT. 39 HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOob ASSORT ment of FINE WATCHES of every de scription in gold and silver cases; Mantel clocks; ahd Music box es, Gold Guard, Fob, Vest chain and Chatalains, Watch Seals Kcvs. and Charms, Diamond. Ruby, Emerald, Opal and Garnet Rings Pius, Ear Rings, Bracelets, etc., Cuff Pins, Belt Buckles, Gold Pens and Pencils, together with a great variety of other Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Plated Ware, etc., etc., etc ., Silver Tea Setts, Pitch ers, Goblets, Spoons, Cups, Forks, Ladles, iVapkin Rings, SaltCel lers, etc., Fine Scissors, Pen and Pocket Knives. Q7 This Stock of Goods being all on cbm mission Will be sold at very small profits for cash, or good city paper. iW E. A. T. can alwavs manufacture, at short notice, almost any articls of Jewelry or Silver Ware that may be wanted. Diamonds and other valuable Gems re-6et. Canes mounted, etc. .Specimens of his work can al- wave ne seen at tne store. ftj- Watches, Clocks, Time-piecfeB and Mu- sic-boxcs ot every description, carejuuy rc- I paired and war r ranted Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver taken in Exchange. iVew Orleans, JJecembe; to icso. India Runner din Banns. rj ECEIVED this morning a lot of those just- Cm, lv celebrated India Rubber Gm Bands, an I for sale by sept 8, 52 J. HEARD & CO. FASHIONABLE tLOTMWU AND FURNISHING GOODS! At wholesale and retail, by WM, H STEVENS, No. 2, Washington St Vicksburg, Miss. THE subscriber takes pleasure in now offer ing to his customers uud the public, the lar gest, most complete and best selected stock of, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS ever brouRtit to the Statt-. Hn lonu enoencno" n manufacturing for the Southern market, has enabled him, he thinks, to suit the wants and tastes ol all classes. Wholesale purchasers, as well as all others, are invited to examine his ex tensive stocky of rich, fashionable and new style FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. &r. which shall lie sold on as good terms as in New Orleans, or elsewhere in the South West as is attested by his heavy sales to Merchants and oth ers who have tried the markets. His stock com prises every thing in the Clothing and Furnish ng nne occ, lor gentleman, youtns and boys. COATS. Frock, Dress, Frock Tee and Register; niacK, Brown, blue, Violet, Oil vefic green lro hp, HO uo do do Frock Tees and sacks, do do do do Reaistrrsand Pdletoti, Fanci Cassirnere Business and Sporting Suits, oilk anu colored KreneTi Doeskin Coats, Business coats af all kinds, auafities nd Sizes Superfine black Cloth Dress Coats. OWER COATS. Cloth, Beaver, Doeskin, Petersham. &c, Superfine Black, Brown and Blue Cloth, Black and Brown Hirnmalava, Lrrey, Clouded and Col'd Beaver and Petersham Blue, Drab, Grey and matted Blanket. CLOAKS. Fine Black Cloth, long and short. Super. Cicironeun Hilnmalara Talmas and Black Cloth Talmas, rich indeed. YOUTHS AND BO VS. Coats, Punts Vests and Suits, Cloth, Cassirnere, Tweed and Satinet Coats, Beaver and Blanket Over Couts, 6ic, PA NTS. Rkick and Fancy Cassimeres. Clouded and Checked Cassirnere and Saiitim t, Bluek and Fancy Doeskin French and English Heavy Bongean, Sfcf-epsgrey and Satinet. VESTS. New styles and beautiful patterns; Rich Silk Plush and Velvet. Black and Fancy Silk and Satin, Fancy Cushimere and Valencia, Black and colored Watered Silk very attractive, B'ack Cloth and Satin embroidered, Party Vests in great variety and beautiful. SHIRTS. Linen, Linen bosoms and collars; Some without collars, Fancy Mns in, All kinds and qualities of shirts for men and boys Under Shirts Merino, Lamb s Wool, Silk, Shaker, Flannel, Cotjon and Ls'.e. Drawers Drilling and Net, Brown and White, Silk, Flannel, Merinoaud Canton flannel Ckavats an ii Stocks Bla k and Fair y Silk and Satinof every ccnceivable quality and pat tern, new and very rich and beautiful. Handk esch ikfs Silk, China cord, Spittlefieh and Linen Cambric, all sorts and sises. Haee Hose Domestic and Britisji, Merino Silk. Wool, Bomiiand White Cotton and Cotton with Merino feet. Gi,oves Kind of all colors, sizes and quali ties, Buckskin, Cassirnere, Vecuna, Cloth Fleet e Hats Beaver, Moleskin, Silk, Black Drab White and Pearl Kossuth and French, all i f the latest sty'es men's and boy's. Caps Men's Youth's and Boy's Military Cloth, Oil Silk, glazed and silk Plush. Boots and Shoes Pest Calf seyved and peg- Suspekuers Silk, Gum Elastic. Linen, &C. Walking Canes :Whalebone, Hickory, Edo ny Malacca, &c, tvith gold, silver, oxadized, ivo ry crooked and fancy heads. Trunks, Carpet iSagsaiul valires, Oil Cloth and India Rubber Suits, Cloaks, Leggins, Caps, &c, together with many article, which would be an endless work to enumerate such as dressing gowns, money belts, purses. porte monnias, dressing cases, cigar cases, Rogers Worstcnholm's and Wade & Butcher's bes knives and razors, shirt collars, hair brushes. combs, pocket books, perfumery, &c. (Ti Call at tue establishment ami see lor yourself. WM. H. STEVENS. December. 15, 1852. Feet, Simms & CO. IMPORTERS rna Wholesale DEALERS 3N NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 15, 1&52. ly. C. YALE, Jr. & CO Importers and Wholesale Dealers in ffot cmb Staple SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves ana uress Goods NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, (Between Common and Gravier Steels.) New Orleans. Also Imparted and Domestic Straw Goods. Dec. 15, 1852. n6.-ly. NEW-ORLEANS C arriasre yJkXMn Ware - House. - " - C J t MARSH, DENMAN & CO. 81 & 83, Common Street, opposite Vi.randah Hotel.. THE oldest and largest establishments in this city. Our stock consists of some 200 Car riages, comprising C&leches, Coaches, Rocka ways, Barrouchesand Buggies, with and with out Tops. And almost every variety used in the United States, manufactured in New Jersey, and fqr sale cheaper than at any other establish ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance. Purchasers will please call and examine our stock and judge for themselves. L MARSH, DENMAN &. CO. December 15, 1852. J. C. SMITHER & CO. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, NO. 16, CANAL STREET, New Orleans December 15, 1852. The Three Great Humbugs of the Nation. POLITICS, SPIRITUAL UAPPINGS AND mains snun cms at cost. BE it distinctly understood, that I, N. W. HORSON. iSien of the Eagle) will not sell hiv goods at Cost as others do, but would most rPRnftr.tttillv announce 10 my irieiuu aim me uuu- lie generally, tnat 11 iney win pay i Kinuu profit, I will give them good goods, better goods, hfjtt (mods, and prices uhequaled for cheapness. r ... . , . f . 1 it, 11 Those who sell at cost, would do well to give me a call, as I am prepared to sell them onndit on which they can realize a very hand some profit. Gome one, come aU. and test the truth of this assertion Dec. 8, 1852. 1. O. O. F. MANCHESTER Lodge No. 34, mocta eve ry Thursday evening at 8 o'clock P. Af., at the Odds Fellows' Hall. Wm. S. WafoHT, N. G. Sas. ft. Bell, V. G. W. S. En t.Rso, SJ'y. S. Tn a rpj Treas. O. W. Hrndersow, Per. See'ry. MITHCAH Encampment of Patriarchs rfo. 10, meets the second and fourth Tuesdays in each month, at S o'clock, P. M. Piio!. MetzlEr, C. P, H Holmes. 8. W. Wm. Wi.vax.II. P. Jas. H. Vkll, J . W. H. A. Ni;.nallV, T. J. T. .Mi lton, Sc ribd. Yazoo City, August 18. 1802. frT-' A WH can liud nowhere so Savings Bunk as by empty In;,' ins pu good a se into his head. Knowledge lithe best capi 1 he en possess ; i ii it his command every mtjm ment, and ah. ay- SjboWf p r Drt. FrankLI. or rvrrciiEST. To merchants, Clerk. Tachcr Stm dent. and Ail JHrn, JUST PUBLISHED A NEV akU COM PLETJ SET OF RULES by which o the fundameritnl operations of A rithmetic may performed in an incredibly abort spica time. To become a inriHler of them will (mire not more than n couple hours study be of re nt' any froo.l sottnd mind ! nnd the studenl will thereby he etiiblcd to Add, Subtrac t, Multiply r Divide, in any Bum no -natter of how many figures, more accurately,, (indeed, beyond the possibility of an error,) and in less than one fourth ?he time required in the old system. These Fundamental Kules are followed Hn Examination int ithe PROPERTIES 0? NUiVIBERS, which even furthef liicilitics other opi?ratoi. There are ai Jo embraced in the work, RULES J (;R TIE CALCULATION OF TEREST, the IN- rate and which will yeork out the interest at any upon any sum, with the utmost accuracy. t simplici' v and nuickncsa lully emal to nil the other operations by this', and vastly ri;r to all courses in '.he old plan. Together, these form the MOST PLE1E TREATISE on the Science of hers ever issued ami arc incaleu'ably ; upe- COM Num-valua- b e to all mciitrom tin'ir nevertailsntr accura cy, and to business men from the immens : Jimount of time they sj.vc from the must yvear isome detail of business life. Particularly OBffbttbey to be in the hands of Merchantuand Clerks, Teaclrers ami Studenln, and Young Men jrenerallv. OB DEB-EARLY ! fjT" The coppies ol the feyv remaining hun dreds of the present eddition are being hurried offataprice greatly reduced from that fJfj5) at yvhich thi ballance yvere sold, tc make room for a ntw edditfon to be gotten up in magnifi cent and costly style immediately upon closing out the present one. 07" Every purchaser is bound (as a matter justice and protection to the copy-rightist) by bissncrod pledge of honor, to use the Pro cesses fat the instruction of himself only, and to impart the information obtained from them .0 no one. 07-Toob'ain the Proccp. es it is necessary o give such a pledge, with the price, Three Dollars, enclosed in a letter, post-paid, direc ted to P. May Mahki.lv, Funkstown, Wash, ington County, Mayrland. The Piocesses will te forward post-paid, to tbegivon address. Be particular to write the name of Tost office County, and State, distinctly ; with those neg lectin? this, mistakes frerpjenfly occUr. 07-Tho.;e prefering it, can order copies of the for hcoming edition, which will be ready about the holidays, The price will be $6 ; orders scut before its issUe vi ll be filled ai soon ae the copies are ready, for S$f. LOCAL AGENTS WANTED. In every town, and all through the country, great numbers of copies of these Rules bah be disposed of by any one who Will ohly takb the trouble to make their scope known. They comprise that which business men, and every bo ly, has long felt the want of, and will gladly obtain. The nature of the business allows any one to act as Agent, and to energy ensures ft large rcyvard. As before explained, the busi ness requiring privacy, orders from Agent:-, are filled in annotate sealed envelopes fordefiv ;ry through thoir hands. When a number Of hree copies or more arc ordered with the rr mittancc at one time, '.Y.l per cent. :s allowed o be retained as the Agent's fee ; and ") per ent. on ordcrjs for eight copies or rriord. rait and Ornamental XrVes ahd HATCH & CO., vicksburg, :4issiissirrL INVITE . live attention of I he cultivators of choice Fruit and Floyers, to tlieir extenive rollectiou ol Trees ana Plants now on hHiid, omprising u great '.arifety of new Roses, Green Hmsj Pldnts, Hardy Trees, and Siruos, c. PriceJ catalogue of Ft ait Trc, s, tlardy Trees ind Shrubs, G rem House plants, Rases 6cc. supplied to post-paid applicants, or call be had f C. T. MANN, Druggist. Yazoo City. VicLsburg, Dec., 1852-5-3m POWELL & HILLY R, CUACH AHD HARNESS MAKERS. rHE undersigned have this day entered into a co-partnership, for the purpose' of carrying on the COACH, HARNESS AND SADDLE RY MANUFACTURING and hope by a strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of die p-atronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the senior partner. Mr. Hillyard flatters himself, tljat with his ex perience in the business, he will be enabled to compete in prices, and 'excel I in workmanship, my Northern or Eastern work finished for the towthern Market. R. B. P WELL, F. P. HILLYARD Yazoo Ci'y, Nov. 98, 1852 Dec. 1 , 14l Classical School. PWMIE undersigned would respectfuKy inform JL the cit'iaeus of Yazoo City, that he wiR take- charge of the Classical School in that, plane orv the first Monday 111 January, 1853. He proposes to teach all the btaiithtjs of Edu catiou usually taught in such Schools, via: Iat- m, Greek, lrench uud Matnt-iauiics, also the Natural ScpMices. Having hail savcral earsaaonessfuLexpenem iu teaching in the South, he. feels-confident of. giving satisfaction to tbe patrons of the School. And he obligates inmseli to. make tiiu school oik of permanency and Ijigh imputation, provid d he receives nrjerai patrcuwtge lrom ins citizens 01 lazoocuv ami vicillliv. Tuition fees, rora $3 Dec. 8, 185-i 5-tf. A. SAMPLE. titans, China and Queemware. rUST received and for sale at reduced pricer, a general Assortment of Cut, Flint and press ed Glass; Ironstone and Granite Crockery; Plain. Figured and Gilt China- fine Pocket, iaWe anu other Cutlery; Silver Spoous, Fors, Goblets, &c. ' ''Also fine Watches and Jewelry of all descrip tions, together wPh a great variety of fine, fanes and useful articles. ,.,v.. S. II. WILSON. f 17 1883. Opposite Winn's Hotel. T USSETT Brogans from or 4 1091 19-cents. JL. for sale at Oct 6, 1853 Sign of theBngln,