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WILSONS & HYATT,
Sojaaiw: refers MERCHANTS, Vatco City, Mississippi v Will advance Plantation Supplies and Xsh on Cotton to be shipped through them to iheir friends iu New Orknns. Feb. 16, 1853. Ftr Sale " THE Dower interest of Rhode Peirce In the Real Estate of the late Marcus Peirce, be ing a part of th lufersoM plantation, and con--taintiiir336 acres "f kwa, of which 76 acres re improved valley lawd. Terms cash and le vi ithout fosetve nathe first Monday of Mav ext. W. BATTAlLE, Agent. " FeferenTy , I85314-tla. At ihe Old Cheap Store. Mattings. W 'JE have ju A received an iu voice of Mattings, ' which we offer tor sale cheaper than ever they weresohlln tMs market. Although this ...;il i - ,nn.in..a flir stark rnn- n in iuuiiu i ci J invrn- t .w... ist ol 2,VfO yards 6-4 White ; 2,000 44 5-4 2,000 44 4-4 2,090 44 4-4 Checked MICHON & SARRAT. Viok.burg, Feb 9. 1853. j 11st Received from Paris A largre assortment of Embroideries, consis ting of Chemisettes, Psetots, Undersleeves, Col 'lars. Caps and Handkerchiefs. MICHON & SARRAT. Viclsburg, Feb. 9, 1358. LOOK HERE!!! FARM FOR SALE. Iaawrj THE undersigned having determined to move to New Orleans, will on the 1st dav of April next, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a cred it of twelve months, (if not disposed of earlier at private sale) his new, hand some, ami healthy Residence, eight miles east of Benton, on the road leading from Yazoo Citv to Scott's Ferry, witli 40, 80, 40, 80 OR 1,500 acres of as good undulating and bottom land as Yazoo County affords, (it chal lenges competition) 600 acres under fence. The residence is a handsome two story framed building, with eleven rooms, neatly iiuisneu uu good style surrounded by a beautiful ever-green shiubberry yard and garden. A brick drug store in fhe yard two good cisterns, a well, jonds, stable and other buildings necessary to constitute one of the most delightful country seats in the county, (and the best loca tion for a physician in it) Also an abundant supply of house-hold and kitchen furniture a good soft-toned Piano Carienter s tools paints, drugs, surgical instruments, glass, libraries, (medical and promiscuous) horses, buggies, &c. &c. Persons wishing to purchase, will do well to call and examine the property, or address the undersigned at Benton. V. H. FUG ATE. February 3, 1S53. DENTISTRY. h. Laurence dentist OFFCE on Main Street, next door to Winn's Hotel. A list of prices for any operation on the teeth, can be consulted at thj office. Feb. 2, kt3& fhe triumphant success of the great Arabian reinedv 'or man and beast, . FurrCH's Arabian Linimcut. H 9 causing counterfeits to spring up all over the country, spreading their baneful influence over the tan'd, robbing the pockets of the hon est and unsuspecting by imposing upon them worthless and poisonous trash, for the genuine H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. Fellow citizens! Look well before you buy, and see that the label o! the bottle has the letters H. G. before Farrell's, for if it has not, It is counter feit. The label around each bottle of the gen uine Liniment reads thus, "H. G. Farrell's cel ebrated Arabian Liniment;" and the signature of tlie proprietor, is written upon the label also, and these words are blown m the glass bottle, H. L Farrell's Arabian Liniment, Peoria." The daring boldness of the recreant who would deceive the people by imposing upon them worthless trash, for a really genuine and good medicine, thus not only cheating them-out of their money, but that which is far dearer their health ought to be held up iu scorn, and receive the contempt his dastardly spirits mer it. Let every one then who-regards his own health, and wishes truth and honesty to triumph over deception and rascality, put his heel on all base impositions, and uphold that which is just and right. The genuine H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment has proved itself to be the most remarkable medicine known for the cure of rneumatism, neuralgia, pains, wherever lo cated, sprains, bruises, hardened lumps, burns, wounds, corns, chronic sore and weak eyes, lame back, etc. etc.; and is an effectual reme dy for horses and cattle in the cure of sweeny, distemper, lameness, dry shoulder, splint, wounds, etc., etc., and will always stop the fdr ther progress of poll-evil, fistula, ringbone and blood spavin, if used in the beginning. LOOK. OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made its appear 9ce, called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, ithe most dangerous of all the counterfeits, be cause having the name of Farrell, many Will buy 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 eenuine article is manufactured only by H. Q. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale drueeist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, I llinois, to whom all applications for Agencies f nust be addressed. Be sure you get 11 wun ine fetters H. J. before Far.relVs, thus H. G. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, aill others are counterfeits. -Sold by THOMPSON & CO., Yazoo Gty , HARD AWAY & WHITE, Vicksburg, Mws. and by regularly authorized agents throughout S9I the ynjtert States. r" 'an cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village andhamleHin tjbi United States, in which, cce is not already established. Address H. B. Frrell as above, accompanied with ood reference as to character, res ponsibility, &c. February, 153. TT ARD OIL 160 Gallons No. 1 LarOiI, jLd lust received by Feb. !, ISW, WILSON & IIY4TT- Y A ZOO 4 JIT IT PBICi: CURRENT. coantcTU) weekly by MESSRS I. D. HAYNBS & CO PRODTjCHDROCBRIBS. ABT1CLKS. Bacon Hams, FB1CES. pr lb 16 13 11 W do 14 m 15 Clear sides, Ribbed " Shoulders, Lard, Mess Pork, per bbi, Flour Ohio, do St. Louis do Whisk ky -Common, per 5a! Dexter do Monongahela, Burbon, Si -o.n--Brown Loaf, Crushed, Coffee, Salt Coarse, 22 M 24 fl5 5 50 $5 50 O 7 00 25 28 a 30 81 0 I 25 75 ftl 8 0 15 15 121 14 62 00 (S 225 35 1G 16 14 12 8 25 35 45 $1 75 (9 2 00 2 50 3 00 12 14 40 O 45 8 m 10 S3 50 (3) 4 50 5 Gi 8 3 50 8 (m 9b Fine, Molasses, Baqq 1 ft j Ken t uchy, India, Dundee, Gunny Bags, Rope, Twine, Lixsfy Kentucky, Jaws, Lime--Western, Thomas ton, Lowells, Feathers, Window Sash, per light,. Glass, do box, Nails, Ikon, Shingles Cypress, Cotton, CANDIDATES. CO" We are authorized to announce W. H. STUMBLE FIELD, Senior, a candidate for the House of Representatives, in the next State Leg islature. He is in favor of Jeff. Davis foi U.S. Senator. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. Qjr We are authorised to announce the name of N. H. LUSK as a'candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the next No vember election. CCs'S. M. PHILLIPS is a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Yazoo county. Election next November. fQr We are authorised toannouuee JAS PER KY as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the cusu- ing election. (CF VVe are autnonzeu 10 announce j. 1. RUSSELL, Ja.. as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the ensuing election. FOR TREASURER. OO" We are authorised to announce JAMES THARP as a candidate for county Treasurer at the ensuing election. QCf' We are authorised to aunounre JOHN P. STREET, as a candidate for County Treasurer, at tile ensuing election. CC?Weare authorized to announce ALEX. SMITH, as a candidate for County Treasurer, at the ensuing election. CSF We are authorised to announce R. M. WINN as a candidate for County Treasurer, a the next November election. FOR ASSESSOR OCT" We are authorized toannouuee the name of W. H. MANQU Mas a candidate for Assessor. Election next falL GCF We are authorised to "announce Wu. R WRENN as a candidate for Assessor, at the next November election. We are authorised to announce JOEL SHERR ARD as a candidate for Assessor at the ensuing- election. (yj- Wc are authorised to announce the name of BENJ. F. ADAMS, as a candidate for Asses sor, at the ensuing election. A WORD OF CHEER TO THE AFFLICTED. The greatest remedy ever difcovered for the cure of all diseases of the chest and lungs. It is believed that no perscn who will give Dr. Williams Pulmonic Balsom of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha a fair trial, but . will receive immediate relief and great benefit, and ac knowledge its sovereign virtuesno matter how desperate the case may be though the suffering patient may be hopeless, and hanging on the confines of eternity, this sovereign balm will give relief; and though it may be too late to cure, it will most certainly assuage his suf ferings, protract his existence, and finally toothe his passage to " that bourne from whence no traveller returns." For full descriptions of its merits, yittues &c., see Pamphlets, to be had of tho Afifents. For Sale, by C. T. MANN. Yazoo City, Miss., February. 1853.-1 m. '.Dissolution of Copartnership. ffflllE Copartnership heretofore existing be 1. tween Richard M. Winn and Robert Wil kins, under the firm of Winn & Wilkins has expired by limitation. R.fM. WINN. Cto&artner s n ip R. M. WINN & A. B. GRAVES HAVE this day (14th Feb. 1853) formed copartnership, under the firm of WlflN & GRAVES, lor the purpose of carrying on the Livery Stable Business at the old stand. Mr. Graves will give his entire personal atten tion to the business, in all its various branches, and hopes by strict application, and the superi or accommodation tbat Will now oe onereu, to merit and receive a liberal share of the public patronage. ' Yazoo City, Feb. 16, 1853. Sundries. C UGAR Clarified, Brown, Loaf &, Crushed; FLOU R 50 Bbls. Missouri Mills', Extra. 75 " Superfine, St. Iouib. 150 " M Ohio, POTATOES 150 Irish,. London Lady, O ATS 50 Sacks. HARNESS, Bridles, Hoes, Trace Chains, and a general assortment of Family and Plantation Supplies, for sale by Feb. 16, '53- " WILSONS & HYATT. White IdTwindowMth Etc OOAH Lbs. Pure No. I white Lead, fiUUU 120 Gls. Linseed Oil, 500 Lbs. Putty, 2000 Lighta window Sash, For sale by WILSONS dt HYATT. Februrry 16, 1853. T. '. THRESH TEAS A choice lot of freeli Teas, T just received by WILSON At HYATTJ ; February 16. 1853. Fof Sal By SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY EIVLS, Brass and Common Wire, aud Hair v3l do., Coffee Mills, fiae and common, Ames' Spades raid. Slic'is, Oclfbcr 27, 152. 7Sr W-ORLEANS CARDS, Thoa. Waters, J. B. Camden, Chaa. Waters WATERS. CAMDEN k GO. COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Jtlcrcljante, NO. 102 POYDRAS STREET, "Nrfe jUan. C. YATe, Jr. & CO Importers and Wholesale Dealers in liuutj dnh Staple SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dress Goods, NO 'J7. MAC AZt N K STREET, lid ween Common and" ! ratic r Sl-cels,) Nr.w Ohllans. Also Imjorled and Domestic Slraic Hoods. lc 15. 1652. n6.-lv. Feet, Simms & CO. IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS IN NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 15, 1S02. ly. J. C. SMITH ER & CO. Wholesale and Retail Oroccrs, NO. 1C, CANAL STREET, New Orleans December 15, 1852. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS A SD Commission itlcreljants, Dealeta in Tobacco, Foreign & Domestic LIQUORS &c. No. 26 New Levee, Decembe r, 1 5, 1 85 9 1 ' JOSEPH U. PALM EH. JAMES H. MASSE V. Josepb II. Palmer & Co. IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS I N FOREIGN & DOMESTIC 47 Camp Street, above Gravier, Dec. 15, 1352. New-Ouleans NEW-ORJiEA NS Carriage W are ' IIoUfie- I. MARSH, DBNMAN & CO. L8 1 & 8 3, Common Street, opposite Verandah Hotel. THE oldest and largest establishments in tins city. Our stock consists of some 2tH) Car riages, comprising Calechcs, Coaches, Rocka ways, Barrouc lies and Buggies, with and with out Tops. And almost every variety used in the United h rates, manufactured in New Jersey, and for sale cheaper than at any other establish ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance. Purchasers will please call and examine our stock.aud judge for themselves. I, MARSH, DENMAN & CO. December 15, lO'-'. NEW SHOE STORE. 3D 2 3a SJ UT& 9 Wholesale Dealer in SlIOS, CAPS, No. 70, Grader Street, December 15, 1852. New Orleans. FANTON & TURLEY, Wholesale and Retail Sealers in Fiincy and staple 017 Cloods, CLOHiHXG, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Corner of Washington and China Streets, VICfcSBUKG, MISSISSIPPI. 14 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. THE undersigned, by virtue of a certain deed of trust executed by one John W. Scott, on the 26th day of August 1839, and recorded in the Probate clerk's office of Yazoo county, in book J, pages 538, '39 and '40; to secure the payment of certain depts therein specified; I will pro ceed to sell at public sale, for cash, to the, highest bidder, on Monday the 18th day of April next, bcfoie the Court House door in Yazoo City. County of Yazoo the following described tracts or parcels of land, to wit : The east half of south west quarter, section four; the east half of south east quarter, section six; tlie south-west quarter of section five; the east half of north-east quar ter and the east half of south-west quarter, sec tion seven; the north half of section eight town I shin eiaht range four west; the south-west quar- ter anil west nail OI SOUin-eahi. iiuuner. secuuii twenty six, and the west half north-east quarter section twenty-six, township nine range four west; the north-east quarter of south-east quar ter, section 32, and the north-west quarter and the. north-west quarter of south-wes quarter and the north-west quarter of the north-east quarter and the north-east quarter of south-east quarter, section thirty-three; the north-east, quarter of the south-west quarter section fifteen, township ten range three west, lying and being in the county of Yazoo I wUl convey only such ti'le a! Is invested in me. by virtue of aaid trust. The title however, is believed to be perfect,. the lands having been entered by the said Scott, the regis ter's receipts-are now in mv possession feb. 16, 1853-tds T. T. COOPERf(rrustee. Dry Goods and Orocerics. Having just commenced the Produce iu con nexion with our Dry Goods business, we take pleasure in informing our friends and the public generally, that we are now receiving a full stock of Western Produce, Groceries, Family supplies, &c. We intend to keep always on haiid, articles of the "first" water" in both branches, atjreasona bic rates to good customers on time, and "uncea souably low" for the dimes in hand. HOBSON & LAMKIN. Yazoo city, Jan. 19, 1853. WOTICJ3. ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSagainst Winn dr Wilkins, are herehy notified to pre sent the same to me at my office for audation, on or before the first Saturday in March 185IJ. And all persons indedted to said nrraatflij quired to make immediate payment to mo, or thev will be proceeded against in law. JOHN M. HOLLINGSWORTH, Receiver aud Corns, of V inn & Wilkifas. Eebruary 16, 1853-15. Good and Fine saddle horses for sale 'also single and double harness horses ,by C. J. WAJJIAN & - U NE fFl j BOOTS) BaaiL fcg HATS, Mmt e i- .- . - , mifflPA & RffiY, O U NE HAL GROG MR ) 14 CANAL STREET, Cn the LaVee, bttwton Cuatora-House and tho River, vB'jKraau'aqiu!atae 11 me Phtirters' Supplies, Family & Boat Stores Of tiic beat quality, on the most liberal terms: (CIRCULAR.) New-Ouleans, November 5, 1652. Sir Hnndinjj vou above nur Business Card, we beg tocallyonr attention to our Home, and solicit an examination of our Stock and Prices, iissuring you that both will be found as.8a.0s f'netory as those of ary other Grocers In the City. Our supplies are bought for Cash, and selected with the greatest care, with a view of giving satisfaction to our customers. We in vite a call and a full examination of our stock and prices. Terms liberal, either fur cash or good paper. Below we give a list of some of Iho articles we shaH at all times keep on-haijd. Planters sending their orders direct to us will be fur nished with articles, not in our line, at the low est city prices. Yours, Respectfullv, KITCHEN, PATTISON & RAILEY. Sjgau BroA'n, Clarified Magnolia, Havana, Powdered, Crushed, Loaf, JMos. 1, 2, 3, Northern & New-Orleans. Coffee Rio, Havana, St. Domingo, Lvguay ra, Java in pockets 30 lbs. .'Mocha do. Molasses Common, Rehoiled, Sujar-House. Sv uur Gol den, Sugar-Ho . tse . Tea Blacl . Green and Mixed of great va riety of brands and qmlhiee. Flour Ohio and St. Louis brands in barrels and half barre s. Buckwheat In half-barrels, keg, boxes and bags. Rice Fresh Carolina. i Crackers Soda, Navy, Water, Butter and Fancy. Pvtter Goshen and Western. Bacon Sides: Shoulders, Jowls nnd limn. Hams Best Sugar-Cured and Canvassed, Nor- tben and Wester. Lard In barrels and kegs. PonK Clear, Mess, Mess Ordinary and Prime. Beef Clear, Mess, Mess Ordinary, Prime and Fancy Northern, in half barrels. Beef Dried, and Venison. Tongues Beef and Buffalo. Mackerel In barrels, half-U.rrels and kits, Nos. 1,2,3. Shad In barrels, half-barrels and kits, Nos. 1,2,3. Salmon In half-barrels and kits. Roe Herring In half-barrels ond kits. Hehui.vg Smoked, in boxes. Codfish In boxes and drums. Ovstrss In can and kegs. Salmon ardixes In cans, hermetically sealed. Lobs 1 er Meats Cheese- English, Northern and Western Pine Apples, Swiss and Fancy m accakoni-j Vermicelli ( Italian. Cocoa In papers and boxes. Chocolate French and Common. ! Catsup Tomato, Walnut, Mushroom, Wor cestershire. Sauses Pepper, Harvey, Soho aud John Bull. Olive Ou. French, Spanish and Ittlian. PlciCLE-i Plain and assorted in gallon, half- p-.iljon and quart jars. Mustard French, Northern and Kentucky. Pie Frdit- pBESEItVES-S Assorted. Prunes- French. Appi.es nod Peaohers Dried. Cuhrants 2anto. Olives Italian. Raisins In whole, quarter aud eighth boxes. Fruit Fi';s, Graqes, Cocoanuts, Almonds, Filberts, Walnuts, Pecan, Cream Nuts, Lemons and Oranges. Jelly Guava, Damson, Plum, Currant, and Cranberry. Brandy Fuits-French Cordiils, Anisette, Partait Amour, Curacao, Absynth,&e. Bn-TERs-Boker's, Berlin; Wine and Goulay . Pepi'ek.mint-Essence of Syrups Lemon and Assorted! CANDiEs-Asor.tcd, in boxes and cartoons. SriCES-Allspice, Pepper, Cro.'cs, Mace, Cinna mon, Nutmegs, and Ginger. Candles Tallow, Star, Adamantine, Wax and Sporm, Plain aud Fancy, in boxes and cartoons. LSoAP-Castile, Rosin, Shaving and Fanny. Sale rates Pear -Ash and Soda, Yeast Pow ders, and Starch. INDIGO-Maddsf, Alum, Borax, Brimstone and Sulphur. Spanish Whiting-Venetian. Red and Spanish Brown. Brooms Quaker and Western. Whiskey 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 imported. WiNES-Madeira, Sherry, Port, Burgundy, Claret, Champagne, Muscat, Tenerifie, Malaga, Hock, Barzac, &c, all of a va riety of brands, and of personal selec tion, some very choice. Bran d y Pe a c h and Apple. GiN-Holland and American. RuM-St. Croix, Jamaica and Nefr England. Alcohol and Rose Whiskey. Porter and ALE-London, Edinburgh, Falkirk, India, Glasgow and Philadelphia, in pints and quarts. C11 a mpagne Cider. Vinegar-Wine aud Cider. BoTTLEs-Wine and Porter, in hampers. Flasks-Pi nts and quarts in boxes. Demhohns-3, i, 3 and 5 gallons. Stone Jugs Assorted. ToBAQca-Manufaciured and Smoking, of vari ous brauds, earls, qualities, prices and packages. Pipes-tobacco. CiGARS-Havana, Domestic & Plantation in ev ery variety, Cigarillas & Shuck Cigars. MATcnE-Lucifet. GuNPowDER-Common and very fine Rifle, SuoT-AssorteJ; Bar Lead, Fire Crackers. Hard w a re N alls and Spikes, assorted. Plan tation Ploughs and Hoes, assorted. Trace Chains. Collins' Axes. Plate Block and Tin. Window Glass Buckets and Tubs Painted and plain assorted. Tin Cans and BucKETS-Quart and half-gallon for plantation use. LiME-Cement, Plaster, Tar; Resin, & Turp'ne. LEAD-Vhite, in kegs. Spirits df Turpentine. Saltpetre. OiL-Castor, Tanners, Whale, Sperm, Lin seed and JLard. BAGGING-Kentneky and India. Twine. Gunny Bags. HiDES-Mexican and Flint. Sacks Wheat, without Seam. Rope and SEED-Fancy Cotton. Salt-Liverpool coarse and -fine Rock, in barrels. Table. PAPEJt-Wrapping. 3 Brogans and. RussETis-Ncgro, single and ' dodble backs and riveted regular and extra sizes. Nroo-Wool Hats, BI&oiets,70fiiabugs, Jean and trfsseys. iNK-Markrng, ia demijohns, to fuit planters Kiki; Bai' K-English and Blloxh M.NE-iipsom and trianDer oans, in iu jd. SNtFf-Scotchi in bladders and boxes of one dozed bottles. Maecouba and Rappee. December 15,,18o2. (Tr W. H. KICHEN, lte Kfehen 4 Davis Grocers. New Orleans. Wm. II. PATTISON, late Lowe, Pattison A'- Co., New Orleans. CHAS .R. RAILEY, late of Natchez, Misa CONVERSE & CO. Urocers asad Dealer in Western PRODUCE. Ao. Tchoupitoulas, corner of IjifayelU St. Offer for sale die fof lowing Joeds, together with many articles In their line, not enu merated below, which will be sold low ibr Cash or good City Acceptance's. y TE A S Iraporial, Gunpovvdcr, Young Hyson, Pow chog, Oolong. COFFEE. Rio, Havana, Jamaca, Lngupra, Choice Old Java, Mocha. .SUGAR. liourfeiana, Havana, New York and Now Or leans. Loaf, Cru-hed, Powdered, Clarified, Gra nulated. MOLASSES. Plantation, Sugar House, New York and Louisiana Syrups. FLOUR. Extra St. Louis, Superfine St. Louis, Illinois, Ohio, "Corn Meal and Hommony. FISH. Mackerel, Nos. 1 and '2, in barrels, half bar rels, nr. bbls., and kitts, No. 3 In bbls. Herrings, in barrels and half barrels. Salmon, in kitts and hulf tilts'. Codfish, in boxes and drums. Herring, in boxes. O'l L S . Castor, Lard, Linseed, Whale, Sperm, Tan ners, Olive. PROVISIONS, Mess and Prime Pork, Mess Beef in bbls. and half bbls., Prime Beef, Riabed and G leaf 8j Is Shoulders, Srgur Cured and pi tin Hams; Dried LBeef and Tongues, Pickh'd Tongues, Lard. Bu:tcr, Cheese, goahen, English dairy and western, Beans, Potatoes, Onion j, coarse, fine, table and rice Salt. C A N D L LS . Spein , Star, Admantinb, Tallow. SOAP. Winoheter's, Livermore's, Eajrle, Jackson's. M ant's Extra. Castile, Fancy Bar, Vdricgated, Toilet, Sharing, Shaving Cream. FRUITS. NUTS, &l C . Raisins, Almonds, Grapes, Currants, Prunes "Fis. Brazil Nuts, Pecan Nuts; Citron, Cran berries. Dried Apples, Dried Peaches. P A P E R , &, C . Writing, Wrapping, Plaving Cards, variety Cotton Twine, , Lamp Wick. m grea; PICKLES, CATSUPS &.c. Underwood's Davis' and Wells, M.&. Provost's PICKLES, in gallons, half, quarter and on t eighth gallons. CATSUP Tomatfo, Walnut. Mushroom. Worcestershire. SAUCE Rose Water, Pie Fruit, Currant Jellies, Assorted Jel lies, Pepper Sauce, Havana Preserves, American Preserves in lass and tin, Canton Ginger, Ca pers, Olives Salmon, Lob-tsr, Shad and Si r di -s, In cans. . ' SPICE-S, Kentucky Mustard, Cassia in mats and glass Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Pepper, Allspice Gin gin, Cayenne Pepper. WOODEN-WARE. Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, wash Boards clothe? Pin, Shoe Brushes, Scrub Brushed, Manilla Lines, Bed Cords, Matches. DRUGS, & c. Indigo, Copperas, Salaeratrts, Brimstone, Lam; Black, Spanish Brown, Carb. Soda. Cream Tartai Camphor, Madder, Alum, Epsom Salts, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Magnesia, Quinine, Sealing-Wax. L IQUORS, &c. Cognac and Domestic Brandy, Jamaica Rum. New England do. New Orleans do, ILdlano Gin, American do, Irish Whiskey, Scoth do. Rectified do, Monongahela do, Bourbon d. Madeira Wine, Slierry do, Oporto do, Malaga do, Muscat do. Champagne do, Claret do, Bran dy Cherries, Brandy Peaches, Curacoa, Mara schino, Absynthe, Ailnisette, Cordials, Stough ton's Bitters, Lemon Syrupt Assorted do, Por ter, Ale, Cider, Essence Peppermint. TOBACCO. SEGARS AND SNUFF. A large assortment of TOBACCO CIGARS of all qualities Cuba Sixes. SUNDRIES. Starch. Powder. and Fire Crackers, Shot, 15ar Lead, Nails. Ink Macaroni,' Vermicelli, Candy, Corks, Bottles, Pipes, Flasks,, White Load, Glass, Putty, Blacking. CCT ORDEKS PROMPTLY EXECUTE. December 15, 1852. (CFW. P. .Converse, T. M. Con verse, Wm. P. Converse, Jr. WATCHES JEWELRY. JUST received and for sale at reduced prices, anew supply of superior quality and sty. e watches and jewelry W ate ties repaired and S. II WILSON. warranted as usual. January 12, 1853 E. E. BSUNER. w. r. BRUNER. BRUJVER & SON, Coiiituissiou. Beeeiviiic and For warding lercltants, Mulberry Street, Victeburg, Mississippi, KEEPa constantly on hand, Plantation Sup plies of all kinds. Wagons, Plows-fiie., &c. Liberal advances made ori cdtton; shippetl to our friendi J. H. HEALD, 34 Natchez Street. New Orleans. December 15, 1852. B. S. TAPPAN & CO. DEALERS IN ,ST!U HAILS, SPIKES. ill. S OOLS, CARRIAGES, SPRINGS, . AXLES, CASTINGS, PRINTINO PAPER AN1 INK, WA SUING THN STREET, Vicksburg. Miss. Dec. 15, 1852. p6.-ly MKW HOUSJE. HAVING taken into co-partnership Mr. Jas. M. Lamkin, we w ill continue the Dry Goods rvmnexion with the Produce and Grocery bu- I saaess at any old stand, under the stvle of WfiRRfW Mr TiAMKIV in I. O. O. F. Vf ANCHESTER Lodge No. M. meets ei o AT-B. n v Thursday eveniiic at 8 o'clock P. M., at the Odds Fellows' Hall. Jas. H. Bell, N. G. W. S. Eppehso.v, V. U. Ino. G. Powell, R.S. H. A. Nunxally, Tren. H. Holmes. Per.Sec'ry. MITHCAH Encampment o'f Patrhrcl 10, meets the second and fourth Tui rensr io. 1 K , uesuv vs in each montn, it o clock, P. M. Wi. Wymajt. C. P. Jamks H. Bell. S. W. James TiTabp, H. P. Tuos. Metzlik, J. W. D. M. HoLLiNoswoKTfi.T. M. Holmes, Sen lc-. Yazoo City, January 5, 185:. MATHEMATICS. 07" " A man ran find nowhere in good a Savings Bank os by errrptyin his p'uMe int his head. Knowledge the bi vt capital ho cm possess ; it H at his command every mom -meat, and always above par Dn. Franklin. OF lXTEBEST. To Merchauts, Clerks, Teachers Stu dcuts,aad All Men, .1 UST PUBLl.VfKD A NEW and COM PLETE SET OF RULES by which nil tho fundamental operations of irillirrretic may b? performed in an .incredibly bftt pacu of time. To become a master of them will re quire not more than a couple Iiou' study o any good sound mind : and the student will "hereby be enabled to Add, Subtract, Multiply or Divide, in ahy sufti no natter of how many figures, more accurately,, (indeed, beyond tho possibility of an'crror,) and fn lets than or;o fourth the tiine reqnired iu the old pystrm. These Fund taenia! ItalM are foJIowed by Bn Examination into the PROPER TILS OF NUMHliltS, which even further facilities tho o'her operations: Thcie arc also emhrared in the work, RULES FOR THE CALCULATION OF IN TEREST, which wlH vork out the interest at nny rnto upon any sum, with the utmost accuracy, and a simplicity and quickness fully equal to all the other operations Wy this, and vubtiy supe rior (o all courses in :he old plan. Together, lliese fonfl the MOST PLETE TREATISE on the Science of COM Nurn valua- ueraever isstied and arc incalculably :!eto ail men lrom tueir nnverlaitsng accura, ry, aud t business men frorn the immense amount of time they srve fr m lire most wear isome detail of business life. Particularly onhtthef to be in the hands of Merchants and Clerks, leuchers and Jstuucnu, and Youurr tlen geue rally. OltDER EARLY I 07 The coppics of the fu .v rem.-iinini; h ireds of the present eddit ion are being hurried tiffata price greatly reduced from that whi. -h tli bailance were sold, ic make ronm for, a rtitv edditloti to be gotten up in manifi cent and costly style immediately upoae. j ing out the present one. ')7 Every purchaser is bound (a a matu r of justice ami protection to the copy-rigbth j by his sacred pledge of honor, to use thO Pro cesses for the instruction of himself only, and to iosaart the Information obtained Ituui Ucm io no one. 07-To obtain tho lroccs.-rs it Is necessary u civc such a pledge,-willi the prior, Threu Dollars, enclosed in a letter post-paid, dircc red to P. May Markllv, Funkstitn, Wash, ington County, Mayrland. Tho Piooesscs will be forward post-paid, to the giver address. Be particular to write the name "f Post office, County, and Slate, distinctly ; with those -neglecting this, mistakes frequently occur- 07" Tho :e prefeiing it, can order copies : the forthcoming edition, which will 6l- ready about the holidays, The prioo will be , orders seuf before its iesue will bd G!!cd a ioon ls Ine copies are reauy, :, ss.. LOCAL AGENTS W ANTED. In every town, and all ill rough the ctuinli ) . groat numbcra.of copies of thrse P.n'. p tj disposed of by any one who will only take the trouble to -moke their scope known. They comprise that which business men, ami eVONT body, has long felt the want of, and will gladly obtain. The nature sf the business allowsany one to act as Agent, and to energy ensures u large reward. As before explained, the busi ness requiring privacy, orders from Agents, are filled luseperato sealed envelopes lordeiv-r-rv through their hands. When a number of three copies or more are ordered with tlie re mittance at one time, Vd per coat; is allowed to be retained ns the Agent's fee ; and .".0 per cent, on orders for eight Copies 01 hjore. Nov. 10, 18.V2.-lm. Pure improved Mastodoa Cottoa HAVE taken great pain nor the la r eight vet ears, in purifying and improving tho M todoft Cotton. It has become acclimated, and improved in tittle of ripening and productive ness, without loosing anything in length 0 fine nest of stnpte. The improved is not a mixture or amalgama tion with other varieties, but man. t itn tirvguishing characteristics of stalk aud blossom obvious toeven casual ouservuiion. Orders accomrwnied whh cash or New Or leans draught, will be promptly filled. Pike, 2 per bushel. Address A. W. WASHBURN, Feb. 3, 1853-2m YaaaoCily, Mi Yazoo City and Nvw-Orlcalis WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves on every Monday Kvening the NEW, magnifies Dt and fast run ning passenger Steamboat, D. S. STACY J. J. Tyson, Muster, will leave Yazoo City on every Monday E ning at 4 o'clock. Returning; leaves Ner Or leans every Friday evening at 5 o'clock. The D. S. Stacy is enli.elv new, built this season with all late improvements for the comfort and safety of passengers. For freight r jiftagG apply on board or to Vr. W MAN, December 15, 1850. Agent. ST. CHARLES EXCHANGE. HIE St. Charles U n and cry r"spf ct to nni ttie State of -3Vi is whole Southern c It comprises ad feet, and con' liacr Alleys, I s a Di " auraul and ot..er conv' and necessary fixture observed in furulsbn EspC( lie bai tlie choicest wines, liquors &.e ant with all the luxuries the mt The secluded location, cop merit, and combined advnntagi lishment, rentk it eminently j ftlnaannt resort. tui - irtA 1 1 ' The business will be condu competent and gentlemanly mi lion will bo omitted calculate! eral patrnge. Feb Credit Sale ofLtiudnnd Negroes. -rt'lLL be sold on a credit at purchase! v a fine Tract of Laud tn Yazoo count (situated 00 Silver Creek) con J acn Two hundred and sixtv open, and hdcivk the hi) water ol 1850 also 30 negroes, 9o of w 1 good and efficient hands 15 mules of supeii quality stock, wagons, oxeu awl l'anon silayaaoat of tvhish are new and in good reoa To a person wishing to purchase, ereat ments are onsed to engage lars enquire of N. here. For Yazeo City, Jan. 13. 1853.