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From the Alabama Planter.
Remedy Tor Boll Worm In Cotton. Messrs. Editors. I notice, your paper and others, accounts of the destructive ravages of the boll worm on cotton. A remedy is of course desirable and important. Is the following new to you ? Destroy the stalks of last year's crop, and the present year the crop will he free from the worm. The philosophy of it is, that the worm deposits an egg in the 6talk which remains there during the winter and produces a new worm next season. This information was communicated to me a few days ago, in convention, by Judge Peck, an intelligent old gentleman of our part of the state. He has a son, Mr. Isham Peck, a planter of Mil liken s Bend, Louisiana, vh he told me, had professed to have discovered the above remedy. His crop having suffered from the worm, he was led to investigate the matter with a view to find a preventative. On examination, he found a small hole in the old stalk, and on breaking it open saw the egg left there by the old worm. He concluded to burn the stalks, and was not troubled by the worm any more. The thing looks reasonable. I asked Judge Peck if his son had given gener al circulation to the supposed discovery through the newspapers. He replied, he had not. He had only mentioned it in conversation. It is for this reason I communicate the intelligence to you. If, in your estimation, it is worth any thing to southern planters, I am persuaded you will let them have it. JOSEPH H. MARTIN. Knoxvim.e, Term., Sept. 1853. The Courting. The following lines, by J. R. Lowell, are exceedingly well concocted, and retain at once, the character, language, and idi om, of the full, green, tall, unlettered, and quaint Yankee. They will provoke a smile from al who read them : The Courtm' Zeekle crcp' up, quite unbeknown, An' peeped in thru" the winder, And there sot Ruldy all alone, With no one nigh to bender. Agin the chimbly crooki-cks hung, An in amongst 'em rusted. The ele queen's arm. that gran' t her Young Fetched! buck from Concord busted. The wannut logs shot sparkles out Towards the pootiest, bless her ! An' leetle fires danced all about The ehiny on the dresser. The very room coz she wuz in, Looked warm from floor to ceilin', An" she looked full ez rosy agin Ez th' apples she was peel in'. She heerl a foot, and kuowed it tu, A raspin on the scraper AH ways to once her feelins flew Like sparks in burnt up paper. He kin" o l'tered on the mat, Some doubtful o' the steekle ; His heart kep' going pity pat, But hern went pity Zeekle. PROTECTION ACS 4 INST LOSS. TIE MISSISSIPPI MUTUAL DSHilQ COMPANY. AT ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. Insures against Fire. Murine and River Risk. A LSO On Lives of White Persons and Slaves. Permanent Fund, by Act "of Incorpatlon, ;$ioo,ooo. DIRECTORS. B. M. Bradford, E. Strong, Wyatt Move, W. H. Saunders, S. L. Paine, J. McMillan, W. M. Hampton, M.J. Wicks, F. M.Rogers, Stephen Adams. Jno. B. Sale. S. P. Gates. James Carlisle, Sec. B. .If. Bradford, Pres. THIS Company completed its first fiscal year on the first of June last. Tne Direc tory are gratified in heing enabled to state that the office has steadily advanced in busi ness and popularity, and has most satisfactorily answered all the objects ef 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 ?nd 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 ofiice will procure for it a decided prefer ence by all who will investigate them. The office allows a Retu preminm of ten per cent to all person 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 Mahon.of New Orleans, funds amply sufficient meet all probable contingencies1 The Company is now prepared to issue Policies on the lives of white persons and slaves. Th's branch of Insurance materiallydiffers 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 whole loss must be paid. This kind of Insu ranee 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 themind. To mechanics and persons of moderate means h is a great savings institution, in which by a small annual premium they may make a pro vision for the benefit of their widows and children when the hand that labored for them lies cold in death. THARP fr WOOD. Yazoo City, June 16, 1852. Agts. Oin Bands. RECEIVED this morning, a lot of superior Gin Banding from the Eagle Gin Stand Company, and for sale bv September 1, 1852. J. HEARD & CO. WRIGHT, WILLIAMS & CO. COTTON FACTORS, 61, Union Row, Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS'. I CONTINUE to ship to this House, and will be always ready and -willing to make liberal cash advances on consignments to them. Will furnish plantation supplies ace. P. O DONXELL. Yazoo City, Oct 6, 1852. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Administrator s Sale. HY virtue of a decree of the Probate court of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, made at the September Term thereof, A. D. 1852., the undersigned, administrator of the estate of John L. Dickson, deceased, will on the 5th day of Jan uary next, between the hours prescribed by law, nroiwd to sell at the late residence, and at pub lic ; r,n tn ihfi hifhest bidder, on a credit of it in t s ss mr - twelve months from the day of sale, the follow ing lands situated in said county, and belonging to the estate of said decedent to-wit : Ihe west half ot south-west quarter, see tion 8, township 8, ranee 3 west. The west half nf north-west quarter, section 17, township 8, range 3 west. East half of north-east quarter, section 18, town ship 8, range 3 west, togetlier with the improve ments thereon. The purchaser or purchasers of said lands will be required to give bond or bonds with good and sufficient security for the payment of the sum or sums of money, tor which said lands may be sold, in twelve months from the day of sale. T. R. HOLLOMAN, Adm'r, &c. Dec. 1, 1855. 4.-tds. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue, and in pursuance of a decree of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, made at the last term thereof, the undersigned, adrainistra tor of the estate of Warrick H. Brister, duceas ed, will on the 8th day of January next, between the hours prescribed by law, proceed to sell at tne resilience oi tne lata vvarriCK ti. urisier ue ceased, at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit ot twelve months, all the lollowmgde scribed Land to wit: The north-west quarter of east-quarter of section 2 J, township 11, range 2 east, lying and being in the county of Yazoo, to- m'Sher with all improvements thereun'o belong 1112. Bond with cood and sufficient security will be required of the purchaser, payable in 12 months lrom the dav ot sale. V. H. FUG ATE, Adm'r., Dec. 1. 1852.-tds. of War k H. Brister. Administrator's Sale of Luant. B V Virtureof an order of the Honorable Pro bate Court of Yazoo Countv 1 will, as Ad ministrator do bonis non of the estate of Syd ney Anderson, deceased, expose to public sale to the highest bidder, before the door of the Court House of said county, within the hours prescri bed by law, on Monday the 17th day of January, A. D. 1853, the following described tract or par cel of land belonging to said estate to wit : ly ing m said county. The north-east quarter of north-east quarter ot Section 13, Township 12, Runke I West, and north east quarter of north east quarter of Section 20, Township 12, Range 1 West, and east-half of south-east quarter Sec tion 24, Township 13. Range 1 West, and north east quarter Section 25, Township 13, Range 1 West, 320 acres. Terms of sale, a credit of 12 months, bond and approved security required. M. A. JENKINS, Administrator de bonis non of Svdney Anderson, deed. Nov. 21, 1852 3-tds. Administrator's Sale ! ! ! BY Virtue of a decree of the Probate Court of Yazoo couutv. State ot Mississippi, made at the September Term thereof, A. D. 1852 the undersigned, administrator of the estate of John E. O'Reilly deceased, will, on the 1st day of Jan uary next, between the hours prescribed by law. proceed to sell at the court house door of said county, and at public auction, to the highest bidder on a credit of twelve months from the day of sale, the one half interest of the estate of said cecedent in and to the following lands situ ated in the county aforesaid, viz: The south half and east-half of north-west quarter, and west-halt of north east quarter, and south-east J quarter oi norm-east quarter oi oection rasi half of south-east quarter of Section 8 East half of north-east quarter, and north-east quar ter of south-east quarter of Section 17 the west-half of east-half of south-west quarter, and west-half of east-half of north-west quarter, and west half of north-west quarter, and west-hall of south-west quarter of Section 10 North-west quarter of Section 15, all in Township 12, Range 2 west, containing eleven hundred and twenty 83-100 acres, and known as the Furze Plantation. Also, twenty-seven feet of Lot number 327 in Yazoo City also lots number 340, 341 and 312 in Yazoo City. Some of said lots have fine bus iness houses upon them, and are situated on Main Street in said Yazoo City. The purchaser or purchasers of said lands and lots will be required to give bond or bonds with good andsufficient security foi the payment of the sum or sums of mogey for which the lands and lots may be sold, in twelve months from the day of sale. JAMES P. O'REILLY, Administrator of the estate of John E. O'Reilly, deceased. November 17, 1852-2-tds. Administrator's Sale. B"i; Virtue, and in pursuance of a decree of the Hon. Probate Court of Yazoo county, made at the last term thereof, the uudersigned, Administrator of the estate of Ann L. Perry deceased, will on the 24th day of January next, proceed to sell between the hours prescribed by law, in front of the Court House door, in Yazoo city, at public auction, to the highest bidder on a credit of twelve months, all that certain piece or parcel of ground situated in the town of Yazoo city, and described on the plat of said town as Lot No. 408 together with all improve ments thereon. The purchaser or purchasers will be required to give bond with good and suf ficient security for the payment of the purchase money. CHAS, HOLMES, Admr. of Dec. 15, 1852-6-3w. Ann L. Perry, deed. Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS Letters of Administration com testamento annexo upon the estate of Moses Ellison deceased, were granted to the un dersigned at the September Term, A. D. 1852, of the Honorable Probate Court of Yazoo county. Now, notice is hereby given to all persons hav ipg claims against said estate, to present the same within the time limited by law, or they will be barred. JAMES A. HARRISON, Adminis trator cum testamento annexo of the estate of Moses Ellison, deceased. Nov. 24, 1852-3-6w. Executor's Sale of Land. BY Virtue of an order of the Honorable Pro bate Court of Yazoo county, I will, as Ex ecutor of Canaday Cason deceased, expose to public sale to tlie highest bidder, in front of the court house in Yazoo county, between the hours prescribed by law, on Saturday the 1st day of January, A. D. 1853 the following described land, belonging to said estate, lying in said coun ty to wit : The north-half of Section 1, in Town ship 12, Range 1 East and south-half and north west quarter of Section 36 of Township 13 Range 1 East. Said lands are sold subject to the Widow's Dower. Terms of sale, a credit of twelve months, bond and approved securitv required. JOHN A. CASON, Executor of Canaday Cason, deceased. November 17, 1852-2-tds. TrE axe receiving our Stock of Produce and! Groceries. Basnbag. Rope $ce. And are pge- pared to furnish our customers as usual Sept. 1. 1852. J. HEARD cc CO. Trustee's Sale BY virtue of the provisions of a deed of Trust, executed by John M. Gregg, Julia Gregg, William Garrison and Elizabeth Garri son on the 29th day of January, A. D. 1850, to me as Trustee, for tho purpose of securing to Claiborne Bowman, the payment of certain debts therein mentioned, and which has been duly recorded in the Probate office of Yazoo county, in Book of Records Q, pages 2:i9, 210 and 241 I will proceed to sell , at public sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the doorof the old Court House in Benton, on Satur day, f he 1st day of January, A. D. 1853, an un divided moiety of the following described lands situated in Holmes eounty, near the line be tween that and Yazoo counties, to wit : The whole of Section 22, Township 13, Range 1 East the north-half and south-west quarter, and the west half of south-cast quarter of Sec tion 23 and east-half of north-east quarter of Section 21 in Township 13, Range 1 east containing 1283 28-100 acres. Also the en tire interest in the following deccribed lauds, situated in Yazoo county, to wit: South-east quarter of Section 12, in Township 12, Range 2 west the west-half south-west quarter and the west half of north-west quarter of Section 7, in Township 12, Range 1 West. Acting as Trustee, I will convey such titles is vested in me under said Deed of Trust. EDWARD BOWMAN, Trustee. Dec. 1, 1852-4-tds. DENTITR, THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be tween Drs. J.H.Andrews & H. Laurence, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. Dr. J. H. Andrews having relinquished the practice of dentistry in this and the adjoining counties, feels great pleasure in recommend ing his former partner, Dr. H. Laurence, as one eminently qualified in his profession, and whose operations are unsurpassed by any oth er Dentist he has met with in the South. He refers also to a few of the residents ef Yazoo City for whom he has had the pleasure of do ing work. REFERENCES. Drs. Leake & Barnctt, D. A. James, m, i. H. B. Kidd, M, d. Rev. J. R. West, J. II. Lawrence, Esq., R. K. Pickett, Esq. P. B. rope, Esq., J. V. Caldwell Esq. A. Patterson, Esq. Dr. II. Laurence has associated with him his brother, Dr. W. J. Laurence, who will prac tice with him in this and the adjoining coun ties. They are prepared with every essential for the perfection of their various dental op erations, which shall be performed in the most artistic and dnrable manner. Their charges will be as moderate as the quality of their work will allow. All operations warranted, and to be paid for as soon as finished, ui less other arrangements are preuiously made. Terms for opera ions can be consulted at their office on Main Street, nearly oppor-itt-Winn's Hotel, where one will be iu constani attendance. Yazoo City, May 20, 1852. M P. A. OWEN, New Orleans. W. H. D. WT.NDEL, Oxford, Miss. P. A. OWE! & CO. Cotton Factors Sf Commission Merchant: No. 17, Carindeeet Street, NEW ORLEANS. Refer to Judge J. R. BURRUS, irazoo City, jfc A. M. W hr I , Holmes County. JESSE MABRY, Vernon, Mi. WE! a3 prepaired to make advances and fur nish Bti plies to planters wishing to do business with the above firm. June 9, 135-2. J A LUES THARP & CO. JI. JB. WOLFE, AGENT; FOR M. BARNETT f- CO., New Orleans. Will make liberal cash advances, and furnish supplies on cotton shipped to them. September 6, 1852. M. B. WOLFE. ' LOTS TO LEASE fllHE undersigned proposes tc lease upon J- moderate terms, for a term of 5 years, Lots numbered on the map of Yazoo City, 163, 166 and 167, fronting the Court House, jpon the west side of Broadway, in sub-divisions of 20 feet fronts b, 70 in depth. Also, like front upon Washington street, next east of the Baptist church; as also upon the Alley bound ing the rear of said lots. All being, conve niently adapted to the erection of of offices and other cheap buildings suited to the 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 purchrsing 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 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 of 1, 2 and 3 years. Persons desirous of securing locations for residences or other purposes, upon reasonable terms, can be thus accommodated. A. PATTERSON. C. J. Blackman & co AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS IN INEGROES, STOCK AND PROPERTY OF ALL DE SCRIPTION Yazoo city, Sept. 24th 1851. Clothing, Clothing. WE have in the store and now opening, a very large and well selected stock of Gentlemen's fall and winter clothing, which we will sell ?ery cheap. sept 8, '52. J. HEARD & CO. TRY AGAIN. P. CORBETT takes leave to return his sin cere thanks to those gentlemen who so gen erously patronized him duridg the last year, and begs to add that he will endeavor to de serve a continuation of that support he has so very little claim to. Some party finding the subscriber in the way, has not only made misrepresentations, but has also interfered with his customers, to put an end to which, it is only necessary to remark, that the firs fine set of harness and the first spring-bar saddle made in this city were made by him. He takes this opportunity of deny ing that there is any workmanship in quilted Saddles, (the stitching) the only part worth looking at being in every case, done by a lady. The subscriber's stock is fashionable and complete, and his prices low, for example, set of good Buggy Harness for $13. Yazoo City, June 16, 1H52.-Iy, Guns, Guns, Guns. JUST received direct from New York, a lot of very fine and superior double-barrel shot guns, with newly improved locks. Some lami- natea steei-wire oarreis also a lew handsome Rifles, and for sale by J. HEARD & CO. September 1, 1852. Removal. THE subscriber has removed from his old stand to the new Brick Store adjoining C. T. Mann's Drug Store, bn Main Street, and will be glad to ill from his frionds. October 6, 1853. D. TAMBORINE MARRIAGE, HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. WHY IS IT1 That wr beltnld many frmlr, nearer in tlir mrritliaii nflifr brokrti in liealili anil snrus Willi a mini lication uf diarasea mil iiilinciita, MftrivtoM tlirm nl'lhc power for th enjoy -. it of life at an wlirn .lii(-n Itrnlth, huoYwcy of Mint, and hy sen ility of miml, arising from a condition of li'..h, should In- predominant. Many ofilM! miikv of ln-r stiTfrinir at first- prrhaps year, before, fierlinrw diirinc tfiilUood, or tlie firm year of man lege were in tlirir oissiu so Tight, a to paa unnoticed, and ofcouise iieglrctod. II AFTEil YKAUS, When mo late to bp benefitted by our Vnowledtcr, we look tMcfc and mourn, and regret the lull coiiM-ijuencr of our Hiiorance. Whnt would we not olten girr to possfss, in ..! life, tlie knowledge we olitnin in after yean ! And wlut day. and uight or anguish we miirht not have betn spared, if the knowledge was timely possessed. It is AIKL.ANCHOL.Y ANI HTARTLISU To behold the sickness and suffering endured by many a wife for maiy years, from causes simi-lr and controllable, easily remedied or belter still, not incurred, if erery HIKE AND MOTHER Cossrssrd the information contained in a little volume, (with in the reach l all) which would spare to herself YKARS OK N1SERY, And to her hushand the constant toil and anaictr of mind, necessarily; devolving upon him lrom sickness oi the wife, without giving him the onponnniry of nconiring that com petence which his eierlious aiv entitled, and the possession oi which would secure (be happiness of himself, w ife, and ehildien. SKCLIIK TUB MEANS OK HAPPINESS Dy becoming in time possessed of 'he know ledge, the wart of which has caused the sickness and poverty of thousands. In view of such consequences, no wife or mother is excu sable if .he neglect to avail herself of that kaow ledge iu resect to herself, which would spare her much sufl'erii.g, be lite mean, of happiness and prosperity to Iter husband, and confer iiion her children that blcsstiu; above all price healthy bodies, with healthy minds. That knowledge is contained in a little work entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medical Companion. BV DR. A. M. KAVSICBAU, riortiion of tiiiciisi or w o m r. . . One Hundredth Edition. ISreo., pp. 250. Trice, 50 ct. ok ring papkr, k.ttka. binding, SI 00. First published iu ISJ7, and it is not SUITPIIIZINU OR WOSDERFl'Ii, Celdg-tur thnt E A' K K V KEMAI.E, WIlETMIcrt MAUIIIKI1 OK NOT, run rtrre acquire n full ktiowlt-iljce of tlie natnre, elmiMitrr .ml rsnin of Uir cuiivjrlnlutu, wilts the vnrlou sj niptoms, mid Unit nearly I1AL.K A MIL.L.10N COPIES should have been sold. It is impracticable to convey fully the various subjects Irea'et! of, as they are of a nature stiictly intended for tho named, or those conte raplaiiiig mariiayes, hut no female desirous of enjoying health, and tltat beamy, consentient upon health, which is so conducive to her own happiness, and that of her husband, but eilher has or w ill obtain it, as has or will every husband who has the love and affection of hi. wife at heart, or that of his owu pecuniary' improvement. UPWARDS OK ONE lll'MIICEH THOU SAND COPIES Have beu SEN1 BY MAIL within the Iaf. few month Yl ipX )Z3 " fi Cjjl (ujjl tajl kijji 'jjt (ujl ttfBase and Shameful Fraud ! ! CAUTION TO BOOKSELLtatS. VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHT. A SPURIOUS KOITION Flagrant and barrr.rrj, h.is bern snrrrptklfXlslv issnrd, with the smie form uid size, exactly tlx: saxik Titlf. Paok, auJ exactly the same TYPOGRAPHICAL. ARRANGEMENT, Bat another name substituted for " Dr. A. M. Masrirfsii and " Boston" for " New VoiU.""a id the words, EwTKBCB according to Art oi (.'oiiifiess, in the. year 1R47. by .1 ) S K V 11 T H O W . In Uk Clerk's Otfioe of the l)itriel I mul of the Southern District of New York, OMITT15D. The eoutenta, the subject mitler, mid res.li.tR are KSTlIlEliV DrFFE IHC.T, Printed on oor, brownish, dinv pstprr, wiib -s ;arer cover. It can be known alae from the nsiasn ifele "u i itlejfihJst vo,m Ctits scalteied tliroiicltout lis iX. Tte copyriglt edition tontninn nnne. If there aie any in the trs-le so lost to .li une and common honesty as to be wlIlllHI j ai'.ies IN DEFRAmiVG TUKTR CUSTOMERS, No less ths,n the l'C"d owner of the jiropcrfy in copyright, they will be r,secuie.l, and steps ill be taken to es; -t them to the imhlic. . A copy mil be MM to esch bookseller cr firm, (with the terms Htxut which lltey wMI be I'tunisLcd,) upvu ircetil ol hi or their business caid of address. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. BE NOT DEFRAVUED! Buy no book miles Dr. A. M. Maurice, 119 f ib. ry st.. N. Y., 'is on the title page, and the entry in ' l ik' Otliee on the back of the title pajre corresponds as hereio. a-nl buy om!v of resectable nnd honorable dealers, or semi by mail, and nsl dress to Dr. A. M. Manricean. Full title rue, with cotiteuts, together with a few pages treating .4" important subjects to every mirrh-d female. i!l be sent, free ofcharee, to any one enclosing a letter stamp in a prepaid letter, addressed as herein. IT" On receipt of Fifty Cents, 'or One Doltnr for tli One Edition e1ri MiMflncO "TIIR M.1RHIF.I) WOMAN'S Pill V A T K MEDICAID COMPANION" Is . nt . (mnilrrl r) to any part of tlie UnltesI Stnt.s, All letter tiitiit te pot-pnll. ml aUrlrennesl to " DR. A. III. MAURICE A U, Box l'44, Ne-.r Work City. PhI!111iib Office, No. 1 49 Liberty Street. rVew York. CO" For sale hy THOMPSON & Co. Yaxoo city; and STEPHEN F. FOWLER. Natchez, Miss. JulvU, lbo2-3b Groceries- KA SACKS Rio Coffee, Jv8 hhds. choice Sugar, 40 bbls. Flour, 2 hhds. Sugar Cured Hams, For sale at tho market Dricesby SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. October 27, 1851. Boots and Shoes JUST received the greatest variety of shoas and boots of sizes and qualities, for sale by W W. HOBSUIN, Oct 6. 1852. Sigh of the Eagle. FRENCH CORSETTS of an improvep Patent just received and for sale at N, W. HOBSONS. Sign of the Eagle. Furnishing Goods. Avery choice and well selected stock of Fall and Winter Goods of the latest and most approved styles, is now being opened at the sign of the Eagle, by N. W. HOBSON. Particular Notice THE Ladies will please call and examine my stock of Dress Goods, consisting in part of SILKS. D'LAINES, BERAGES, PERSIAN CLOTHS, MERINOS, ALPACAS, GINGHAMS, PRINTS, SWISS, JACKONET, BARRD MUSLINS, &c., &c. . all of which I selected with great care and am determined to sell at very reduced prices on a credit, and for cash, as cheap as any house in the city. Whether you intend to purchase or not, I ex tend to you a most cordial invitation to call and look at my stock. Don't delay. N. W. HOBSON. September 29, 1852. Sign of the Eagle. New Drag and Book Store Thompson Co. WHOLESALE and Retail Druggists next door to Winn's Hotel, Main St. Yazoo City, are receiving a large supply of fresh Drugs medicines chemical paints, Oils, Dye stuff, Glassware, perfumery, soaps, Books, sta tionery 4c, allot which they offer at unusu ally low prices, ivtercnants, physicians, plan ters and others will find it to their interest to give us a call. JN. a. A large supply ot garden seed for sale; Yazoo City January 22, 1851 tf BROWN & AVERT?. Next door above the Bavk build inp, Main Street TtatOo city KEEP constantly on hand an fextensive as sort cm of all kinds of i in-ware. Th are mm fact iri ng a lie artidc of shower baths and bathing-tuba. They keep always largcsupply of cooking andparbr stoves, all ef which they will offer as chead or chcape than they can be purohased ia tliM regio" They arc prepared to do all kinds ol gutterini, and every description of job-wcrk with neat ness and dispatch. Persons wishing any thing in their line would do well to give them a call before purchasing c.sewhere. Thankful for the patronage which 'Jias here tofore been so liberally bestowed, they hope to deserve and to receive a continuance of the same. Yazoo ci-y, August 2()th 1851 ly J, THARP, O W VOOD J;Vfi 1 harp & Co. Dealers in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clo thing, Hats, Boots, bnoes, Hardware, inenns, ware, etc. YAZOO CITY. MISS. 1I7E are now receiving a general stock of IT the above articles, with many others too ,edious to mention, all new and fresh, select ed byoiirselves in the Eastern cities and offer ed on as good terms ns can be had of Je? or Gentile. We can be found opposite C. T. Mann's drug store, nnd next door to Alessr Haynes & Dabbs. ''Call and see." Sept. 10th, 1P&1. I,;iIor Saving, MacUine. HAVINCJ pnrclmscd tho patent right of ma king and selling the labor saving washing ma chines, of Mr. Sabin, 1 am now prepared tohll all ordes on short notice for these invaluable and indispensable machines. April 14. 1853. H. STAM. GARDEN SEED Jut received and for sale a large suppy of Landrcth Gi rden spid at our Dniff store one door above Alldx &l Barksdale. THOMPSON $ CO. iew li-ooils. TY the Zast packets, wo have received, and JPr-nTitimir tn rpecive a arce addition to onr stock in the way of Ladies dress goods and trimmings, aZso men and vonths clothing, hats, caps etc, JAS THARP & CO. Yazoo$City November 5th 1851. IV cw Firm.' HIGGINBOTHAM Sf o. We the uudersisrned have formed a partner ship for the purpose of transacting a Genera Produce, Grocery a nd Liquor business. Y will keep constantv on hand a genera assort ment of fami- groceries, Wines, Brandies Hardware, Cutery and Qncenswcre which we will sell verv low. ' T. T. HIGGINBOTHAM. O. W. HENDERSON. Dec'r 3d 1851, Franklin Iron Foundry. CA S TINF S Sf-c. 4-; JOII ROIiB .Jr. RESPECT FULLY announces to planters, and the public generallv, that the old es tablished FRANKLIN FOUNDY, Vieksburg, is again in full operation, ready to execute, promptly, orders for Castings of all descripl tions. Mill, and (j m '1 rons, Jingine work, al- kinds of repairing, &c. Also. Ajfent Hotch kiss.s Patent Vertical Water Wheel, which is rapidly supcrceeding 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 liue, in a manner no, to be sur passed at any Foundery in the South or West JOHN BOBB. Jr. N. B. All orrcrs left with Messrs. Allen & Barksdale, Yazoo City, will meet with prompt attentiin. Vichsburg, Aug. 6, 1849.-37-9m 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 prices particularly low for cash. May 12. J. HEARD & CO. Madame E. Fourcadc, FASHIONABLE MILLENER, INFORMS the Ladies of Yazoo City and vi cinity, that she lias 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 Drofession. 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 Bank. Yazoo City, JulyT, 1852.-6m. GROCERIES Ork BBLS. Molasses, 50 half bbls. Molasses, tU 10 bbls. crushed and pulverized Sugar, 5 hhds. Prime Brown Sugar, 50 bags Rio Cof fee, 100 bbls. Flour, 5 bbls. Loaf Sugar, 20 half bbls. new Mackerel No. 1, 100 kegs Nails assorted, just received and for sale cheap for cash by M. B. WOLFE. Dec. 31, 18ol. To the Ladies. I HAVE just received per Afton, some very exquisite styles of Ladies Fancy Dress Good, consisting of Silks, Cashmeres, De Laines, and Printed Turcoisc, all of which I am offering at prices unequaled for cheapness Call while it is time. N. W. HOBSON, ct-13- Sign of the Eagle, To the Afflicted AN opportunity of having their sufferings removed is a matter of no small moment. Such an opportunity is now offered in Yazoo City, by Dr. B. F. C. Brooks, who has made such arrangements as to be tnabled to treat all kinds of chronic diseases. He has good rooms, and can entertain a number of invalids From an extensive practice for the last six years, he feels confident that he can o-i re manent relief to those who suffer from cafcer, j: "J inrumaiism, white swelling, dropsy, -v-so..., aitM W11 lorms or jtmate chronic dis eases. Dr. Brooks respectfully teffers to those in ditterenl parts this, and other States, who have been restored bv him Hia nractice strictly BOTANIC. FScit. 15. 1852-3ro Texas Land fcr Sale. QAH ACRES of Texas llnd in Jefferson -r--' countv. Tetas sae by 9. H. Yazoo City, Feb 4, 18? ' WILSON. Wdrflr Fair' Pre mil! DEPOT, Ureen Block, Water Itr Maiden 1 jane and Wall Stte rpHE snbwriber plar4 hi J- Proof Iron Safe in eoi irrn fori in whole world t tlte great lw for which an impartial jury awaraen i Tl.r. Amorirnn Fair. heWl la fall ml. istle CMtJcn, also awarded to him a tM medal I for the bm Fire Proof .Safe, and he W never fail .a ht..i :-n ihfl hfffhest nr rnWwi when nw nfchas bten put in competion wM wner. ior tha; purpose. uertiiiciiu-H nav u . ,m nc following wen Known inBrmmno ...... i tinv f"i A I f i t r tin ok ra pc rs a i sen, v"j : - . . syprcst:r "d in these supe? lor fait.. t! e ,e seen at n.y : Jftssrs. Sti ilton Montross, Mr. J V 5""""' Street Fire; Messrs. r " Messrs. John Lock wO( l! . .. i INrmji.-u corner of lineny ana . vr. a t . tj i a u,. .. ' rr" mupiB. i ruuu i.v jjijvi iiiau, . 1 am tho Droorietor of Ha IP which obtained a medal fin thf K M in anis &. Co., Boston,) at tho World's , andi.s considered the best Lock for t' ' ever invented, being proof against powt.' the key b no larger than a cent, a made changeable. I invite all purchasers to a close and investigation before purchasing, and dc themselves, who makes the best Fire, B careful side fV' urglar- and Dump-Proof Safes combined. SILAS C. HERRING, Nos. 135, 137 and 139 Walter Street N. York. A (' E G TS. John Farrel. 34 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. C. L. Harmnn. Chicago, Ulinoiw. Henry Williams, M il waukie, Fry & McCandish, Richmond April 91, 1852. V l onsin. Virginia. Jewelry Music Store, H- C. TYLER, MAIN ST THE COMM NEXT OOO1. TO ECIAL BANK. HAS on hand a good aaso t oent of al kinds of Jewelry cud Fane joods, and willconstantly be supplied witln i wroM fash onblc styles and patterns froml ic North. WATCHES Sf JEWELRY RE PAIRED 4- WARRANTED. Piano Fortes. H. C. T., tfc Co., are agent for the sale of the "Horst pattcnt Ion Pianos which are the best pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli mate. Also for Adam Stoddart's pianos. In struction books of all kinds. A good assort ment of sheet music. Violins ar.d Accordu ons. Strings for Guitar and Violin. Ye zoo City, Dec. ll-1850-:3m. New Drug and Book St ra CM.. Mi MBS T M A N YAZJ0 CITY, MISS. wholesale and retail dealer in TA.Vr CILS. Dri.t JMcdirij:r.s and Chemical WINDOW GLASS, SASH, AND 1 T'TTY, Landr&tli'3 Garden seeds. DYE STUFFS AND GLASS WARE, Pare Wines and Lienors for Medicinal Purposes, SmtatCJL AM) DBJITAL INSTK I'M F. NTS, Gold Foil, Gold Pens and Cases, TRUSSES AND SUPPORTERS, PERFUMERY. FNE SOAPS AMD BRUSHES, School hooLv, STEEL PENS, QC'II.r.S AND STATIOWElTy, LETTER AND CAP PAPER. Merliral. Lav, and. Mi&rrflnnenv Books, BLANK BOOKS, SUPERIOR INKS, PAI-EK HANGINGS, dfC. 07" Prescriptions put up with neatness and accuracy. Physicians Otpplied on the Imrrst frrnr? WHOLESALE AMJJUETAIL AGEKT FOR THE SAI.F. Or DR. TOWSbEND's, SAND'S, AND BVLL's SARSAPARILLA. ' ftiT" Planters and Physicians will always find at this establishment, fresh and unadul terated Medicines, which have been 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 any other in the southwest. Yazoo Gity, March 19th iail tf CO-PARTNL f R- J- N. RATCLIFF is a partner in onr a.. xiouse irom misdate, (1st Jan. The business will be continued under the nanu and style of J. Heard dz. Co. J. HEARD. Yazoo City, Jan. 7, 1852-9-tf. LITTLES VERMIFUGeT a sure remedy tocurc children of worms, re quiring no dther medicine lo follow it; and be sides, it will soon restore rmnyor drooping children to health again. It can be given to the most delicate child with perfect safety, and is not surpassed, if equalled, by any other. Put up in vials double the usual size, and alio m large bottles for plantation use, and more than 50 per cent eheaner than nv ni.r v,.. 1... m,t,M.'. . y Agent J. E. SHROPSHIRE Yazoo City July 2d 1&31 D. Tamborine, DEALER IN Woes, Liquors, Codials, &o. AMD FAMILY GROCER, Main St. Yazoo City, Miss. Constantly on hand a large assortment of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, FrcnchiWines, Cordials, Fruits'in Juice, Sardines, J t! 7 , Confectionary .v- . . Scgars iimm - iiii Tobacco, LoDsfon Porter, Scotch' Ale, and very var iety of Family Giocf?ries. JUST received per.stcamer Att n, Orleans, selected myself a ful n New ine cucapfDi rouiuy urroce Br dies, Wines, Fruits, &c. I have made arrriifce-. ments wnn an importing House in New Or- leants w men fnaoies me ways prepared for both w customers. I have on ha Claret Wine, which I can as can be purchased in me a call. I Yazoo City, Mav 20, 1 , - . S. Z - L i , to be al io ami retail Ice brands of as low price. rleane. Give liood and w sale hor.cs JV also Bingle and double oy v-j. ujAi.