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Tribute or Respect.
At a meeting of Yazoo Lodge, No. 42, of Free and Accepted Masons, held in the Masonic Hal I Yazoo City, Miss., on Tuesday, April 5th, 185S; the following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Whereas, it lias pleased our supreme Grand Master to call from our midst to his final abode, our worthy and beloved brother Wm. Regan, and although we should not murmur at the dis pensation of his divine will, but with becominir ihumility bow to the affliction, yet we cannot but deeply feel the loss of a brother so worthy and highly esteemed. Therefore, Resolved, That in the death of oui brother Wm. Regan, the Fraternity has lost a worthy craftsman, an estimable and true member, and society a good and useful citizen. Resolved, That we do sincerely sympathize with the family of the deceased in their bereave ment. Resolved, As a token of our brotherly love and esteem for the deceased, that we wear, the usual badge of mouminff For thirty days. O. W. HENDERSON, Secretary. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. ?fW HE Stondard weights and measures for Yazoo County have been received, and I am now prepared to test weights and measures at my office. JAMES H. BELL, April 13th, 1853-3w. Probate Clerk. NOTICE. A T a meeting of the Directois of the Yazoo and Big Black Plank Road Company, on the 9 th mst.,an election was ordered to be held at the Banking House of J. J. Michie & Co., on Satur day, the 14th of Mav next, under the inspection of Messrs. R. M. Winn, J. W. Fuqua, C. T. Mann and Jas. Tharp. for eight Directors to serve said company for the term of twelve jnonths. D. W. RANDOLPH, Yazoo city, April 13, 1853. Sec'ry. Louisville, Kv., April 8, 1853. ANNUAL MEETING oftte Neio Orleans and Ohio Telegraph Company. The annual meeting of the stockholders of this company, will be'held at the principal of fice of the company, in Louisville, K.y., com mencing on Thursday, 12th May, 1853. TAL. P. SHAFFNER, Secretary April 13, '53. of the N. O. & O. Tel. com. London Porter and Scotch Ale. jOST received a large supply; of the verv best qualitv. R. WARRICK. Yazoo city, April 13, 1853.-1 1. " NOTICE. THE undersigned, guardian of Robert S. and G. W. Woodberry, Jr., will present his ac count for annual settlement and allowance to The Probate Court oft Yazoo Couutv, at Mav Term. G. W. WOODBERRY April 13, lSS3.-4t. Cruardian. BAN RICE'S GREAT HIPPODROME & MENAGERIE COMBINED FOR 1853. MR. RICE most respectfully informs the citizens of Yazoo City and its vicinity, that his company is superior toanythigu of the kind that has been exhibited in this country will perform in YAZOO CITY, ON MONDAY APRIL 25T1I ONE DAY ONLY. It is now prepared for the summer campaign having an entirely new and SPACIOUS PA VI LI AN, magnificent TRAPPINGSand PAR APHARNALIA and APPOINTMENTS. The stud of Horses is the largest, most beau tiful aud highly traiuttd in America. The Menagerie contains many very rare and beautiful specimens of animated nature sucli as Tisrers, Beais, Leopards, Phanthcrs Wolves, the African Ostrich and other rare birds. The Happy Family and WILD BOY, all to.be seen for one admission price. A celebrated Brass Band led bv. ALMORE WENTOR, the Wizzard Buglef, ftT-Performance at 2 and 7 o'clock, P. M. fXjf Admission 50cts, children and servants half price. For further particulars see Baget of Fun, Pictorial and descriptive Bills at public houses O-This company wilt exhibit at SATAR- TIA on Tuesday, April yd, at 2 and 7aTclock, r. M. C. H. CASTLE, Agent, Yazoo city, April 13, 1853 2w. As a general rule we should be very care ful and use ap medicice that has not proved its superiority, in the roost unequivocal terms. The public are respectlully retered to toe ici lowing certificate, from a gentleman of hic;h chaiacter and standing in t ran kiln county Alt bama : Testimonial from Col. L. B. Thorktow , ktUr nev at Lam. Tuscumbia, Alabama. Dr. C. Will lAMs-Utfor SftV' I take gjat rtlpjlsupo in kainir shlo tn rRCODimt sam of Wild Cherry and Wood riaptha ; 1 no hesitation in saying it i the bst remedy I have ever tried for eoids, coughs, and cucnfJ of the lungs and chest. I had an attack , of Pneumonia Jasi vi T iJBi'i" relief from one bottle of. the above medici.ie, and have since tried U couSh!d,ul severe cold, and found from Lt immediat. relief. If my testimony to the eftcacy of yair valuable medicine will be of any use , you hi "5 permission to use this as you please. Yours truly, L. B. THOR NTO Nr Tuscumbia, August 20, 1949. fox full deenption ot its jfcc, see Pamphlets, to be hi For Sale, by Yazoe City, Mw.j April, si of th a After An. AKOO CITY PRICE CUR&KNT. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MESSRS. M. D. HAYNRS & CO. PRODUCE AND OROCBRIEi. 1 " PRICES. pr lb 12 6 13 11 10 do 14 (9 15 ARTICLES. Bacon Hams, Clear sides, Ribbed " Shoulders, Lard, Mess Pork, per bbl, Floub Ohio, do St. Louis do WHisKEY-Common, per gal Dexter do Monongahela, Burbon, 45 5 50 86 50 O 7 00 2ft 28 30 frt 1 25 75 i 13 9 15 12J.S 14 82 00 225 33 35 16 10 14 m 8 25 35 45 81 75 200 2 50 300 12J 14 40 45 8 10 82 50 4 50 6 7 5 8 83 50 6 10 Sugar Brown Loaf, Crushed, Coffee, Salt Coarse, Fine, Molasses, Bagoia-o Kentucky, India, Dundee, Gunny Bags, Rope. Twine, LlNSEY- Kentucky, Janes, Lime Western, Thomaston, Lowells, Feathers, Window Sash,' per light, Glass, do box, Nails, Iron, . Shingles Cypress, Cotton, Notice. THE undersigned, guardian of Rufus K. and Lewis Stevens, will present his account for annual settlement and allowance, to the Probate court of Yazoo county, at the May Term. M. PICKETT, April 4, 1853. Guardian. New Firm. CHARLES T. MANN. J. II . ANDREW'S, M D. Yazoo City, Mississippi. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Med icines and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Var nishes, Window Glass anl Putty. LANDRETHS GARDEfrSEEDS- Dye-Stuns and Glass-Ware, Fine Perfu mery, "Soaps and Brushes, School Books, Steel Pens, Quits, and Stationery, Letter and Cap Paper, Medical and Mis cellaneous Books. Blank Bobks. Superior Inks, Paper Hangings. Pure Wines 8r Brandies. Prescriptions and orders will receive particu lar attention at all hoursofthe day & night. AGENTS for all the valuable family medicines in use. Buyers will always find here fresh and unadulterated Medicines. We are determined to sell as low as any es tablishment in New Orleans or else where in the South West. April 0, 1858-ly. noticeT A T the April Teim, 1853, of the Probate Court of Yazoo couutv. I will oresont mv annual account as Administrator of Eveline R. Miller deceased, for audition and allowance. M. R. MILLER, Adm'r. April 6, 1853-22-41. NOTICE. T the April Term, 1353 of the Probate i Court of Yazoo county, I will present my annual account as Guardian of W m. D. and Afary F. Miller, minors, for audition and al lowance. M. R. GREER, Aoril 6, 1853-22-4t. Guardian. NOTICE. Aoril Term. 1853 of the Probate A T the JA Court of Yazoo county, 1 will present my annual account as Guardlari of Benjamin F. and Virginia E. Miller, minors, for audition and allowance. JAMES M. MILLFR, April 6, 1853-22-4t. Ouardian. Bunawaf. A VALUABLE NEGRO BOY NAMED ISAAC, ran away from the subscriber's place in the Scotch settlement, Jefferson County Miss., on the 20th eff Febuary last. He is or a yellow complexion, and has a down-cast 1 ok , has a ecar or scald on his breast, and the left side of h is neck : is about 25 oi 30 y.ears old. and will wefgh about ivv pounds. He had on when he left, a cotton shirt, lowell pants, and straw hat. The hoy is from Bourbon County, Ky, and will probably try to make his way there. The subscriber will pay a liberal reward for any information concerning said Boy. M. A.GALBRAITII. Union Church, Jefferson Co., Mist;. April 6. 1833. 3-w. Weir Goocf. JUST received a fine lot of Silks, Orgvndier, Bareges, " Brilliants." Also a beautiful lot of embroideries. Ribbons and trimmings. J. 11 2AR 3 5c CO. March 30, 1853-21-3w. New Cheap Casto Store LEWIS FRANKLIN, Next door to Link 4" liar r ho i, Main Street, MTOULD respectfully inf rm 1 is friends, tv customers and the public in generr l, that he has opened a new and sell ct assortment ot SPKINO and SUMMER GOODS, nf thA fol owtnz afMCies. tv.jr VUUll laiHK v w . , made Clothes, of all descr .ptioi BootsShoes Trunks and 3ry-tr a.hdfii himself that he can mue a Hats ;d3, a; id l;U any in the same line of bnsiness m to w n. Yasoo city, March33, , 185dUIy. WILSONS & JtTYATT, emmijwicn, robuc mo ewmj MERCHANTS, Yazoo City, MisissipgM. ror-Will advance plantation S upplies end Cash on Cotton to be shipped tnr Hhlir frieods io -New Orleans. h i tnern to 16. 1S53. , DENT ISTft Y. FRENGB DENTIST. VFFCE on Ma eet, ne ct do-ir to Winn's prices for a tv operation V.F Hotel. A list m tho teeth, can be consulted at tl 3 &ce Teb.2,1853. di Dki Ir east-pin.- Apply at this oflBce. w - SPRING GOODS. TOTOW t&at our atoek of Spring Goods is -LK complete, we may safely invite our friends and tfhe public in general to pay us a visit and examine for themselves. As to the cheapness and quality of our goods, we do not hesitate to say that no one can com pete with us wholesale or retail for tha follow ing articles : Bareges, Plain Colored and figured, Rich Robes, " first nd second mourning, French Lawns, Jaconets and Organdies, American " " Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered, White aud colored robes. Plaid, checked and Striped Cambrics, Swiss Muslins, Plaid Muslins for curtains and bars, " embroidered and Jacquard, Curtains white and colored. Calicoes, Turkey Red and Butf, Ginghams, small and large checks, PRINTS. American, French and English, from the mo.it renowned manufactures, Nettings Linen and cotton for bars, White Bobinct for Bars, White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-4 Irish Linens tor Shirting, pure flax, French "12-4, w for sheeting, pure flax, Table Linens, Damasked, White andBr'wn, Table Cloths, plain, in setts. Linen Diapers, Bird s eye, Russia, Cotton Diapers, Brown linen damask by the yard, Summer Sitfts Checked, Plaid and Plain, Black and changeable colors. Crape Black, Pink, White and Buff, French Embroideries just from Paris, such ns Mantillas, Capes, Joses, ladies vests, chem isettes, undersleeves, capes and Handkerchiefs. Laces- Black and white, Silk, Thread, Val- encumes, and cotton. BLACK SILK LACE VEILS, Ribbons, Geoves Filet, Kid, Silk, Thread and cot ton, fur missec, ladies and gents. Handkerchiefs Plain and bordered linen cambiict Silk, Co ran, Pongee, &c. Cravats Black Silk, and Batiste. Suspen ilers of all qualities. White cotton Fringes. Madras Handkerchiefs. Cotton Foulards. Hosiery Ladies white, Black and colored cotton, lisle, thread and eilk, Dlaia, etnbioi-J Jered and open worked, French grey Cotton Hose. Children's cotton hose, of all colors and sizes, Men's io ton, white, brown, mixed half hose, ' Drawers and undershirts, . Silk " Linen bosom Shirts at all prices. 14 Fancy colore J 14 Ladies Gaiters, black silk and lasting, 4 44 colored 44 41 Shoes, kid and morocco, black andcol'd, 41 Bootees, 44 44 44 41 " Slippers 44 44 44 Men's Slippers, tapestry and morocco, 44 Shoes, patent leather, lasting, &c. 44 -Kossou'th Boots, Misses Gaiters of all descriptions, Boy's Shoot of all s 2 s, Children's shoes of ail colors. Perfumery The largest, best and cheapest assortment in the city of Vicksburg. ALSO At all times on hand a good lot of Clothing, plantation goods, linen and Cotton checks, plaids, striped, cottonades, linen drill ings, white, brown and colored. Bleached and unbleached domesth s, White and brown cotton drills, 4-4, 5-4,6-4, 104, 124, brown and white sheetings ; Hats, caps, &c, &c. Mattings white and checked 4-4,0 4 6-4. MICHON & SAKRAT. Vicksburg, March 16, 1863. WRIGHT, WILLIAMS &, CO. COTTON FACTORS, CI, U:aox Rjw, Carondelet Stkeet, NEW ORLEANS. 1 CONTINUE to ship to this House, and wil be always ready ana willing to make liberal cash advances on consignments to them. Will also furnish plantation supplies & P. O'DONNELL. Yazoo City, Oct 6,1852. VAN LOON, PAXTON & Co. LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG, Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders, ENGINE AND CAR BUILDERS, Gin and Mill Work, and all kinds of Planta tion and Steamboat work prompt y ex ecuted and fully guaranteed. February 16, 1 8531 y. Cbpartnersbip. R. M. WINN & A. B. GRAVES XX AVE this day (14th Feb. 1853) formed a 11 copartnership, under the farm o WIJJ( & GRAVES, tor the purpose of currying- 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 that will now be offered, to merit and receive a liberal share of the public patronage. Yazoo City, Feb. 16, 1853. Atoiinistrator's Sale. B virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Yazoo County, I will, as administrator of the estate of Moses Ellison dee'd, expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, between the hours of 12 and 2 P. M., on Saturday, the 16tfc day of Apr U, at the premises', the following described tract of Land, in Yazoo county, to-wit: The south east quarter of section 17, and north-west quar ter of north-east quarter, section 20; east half of north-west quarter, and west half of north east quarter, section 21, township 11, range 2 C 3 St Terms of sale; a credit of 12 months- from the day of sale. Bond and approved security required from the purchaser. 1 JAMES A HARRISON, Administrator of Moses March 2, lo3. -tds. Ellison, dee'd. THE S TATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ii'Mjfafe- A Z O O Co U N T Y ', ) Probate Court Mahch Teem, Ti all persons interested in the estate of William Woodward, deceased. "7"0U are hereby cited to be and appear M. before the Probate court of Yazoo county, ort the 4th Monday in Mav, 1853, then and there to show cause if any you can why the nnai account or Jacob Shater isxecutor t.in right of his wife,) and Francis Shafer (lato Francis Woodward) Executrix of William Woodward, deceased, should not be allowed, Saud their letters surrendered. , Ana turther to do and suffer such tilings as shall be considered and ordered bv our said Caurt in the premises, and it is further ordered that publication of this citation ne made in the Yazoo Democrat tor the space of sixty days. Witness, Hon. Gbo. B Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Yazo cpunty, the 4ih Monday in March, A. D. 1853, and seal of eud court. Issued the 4th day 5of April A . B. ia3. JAMES H KELL, A-pril 1, iat3-10t-22, Clerm "IPTlKESH TEAS-A choice lot of fresh Teas,. JC just received bv WILSON & HYATT February G, leSS. CANDIDATES. are authorized to announce W. H. BLEFIELD, Senior, u candidate for the House of Rf presenCatives, in the next. State leg islature. He is in favor of Jell'. Davi3 foi U. S. Senator. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. 0$r We are authorised to announce the name of. N. H. LUSK as a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at tho next No vember election. OTr S. M. PHILLIPS is a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Yazoo county. jMcrion next iNovember. 03" We are authorised to announce JAS PER RY s a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at thecusu- ing election. CCY We are authorized to announce J. T. RUSSELL, Jr.. as a Candida for Circuit Clerk, at the ensuing election. " OiT-Weare nuthorized to announce GEO. B. WILKINSON as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, nt the ensuing election. OCT' We are authorized to announce JOHN B. DEASON as a candidate to Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the ensuing eiecti n. CO- We are Authorized to announce E. WASSOJfasa candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. FOR TREASURER. 07 We are authorized to announce PETER B. COOK as a candidate for county Treasurer, at the ensuing election. 0 We are authorised to announce JAMES THARP as a candidate for county Treasurer at the ensuing election. fj3" We are authorised to announce JOHN P. STREET, as a candidate for County Treasurer, at the ensuing election. CGTWe are authorized to announce ALEX. SMITH, as a candidate lor County Treasurer, at the ensuing election. CCj? We are authorised to announce R. M. WINN as a candidate for County Treasurer, at the next November election. We are authorized to announce WILL IAM MAY as a candidate for county Treasu rer at the ensuing election. FOit ASSESSOR 0C" We are authorized touunounce the name of W. H. MANGUM as a candidate for Assessor. Election next fall. ..- a..-. ... VCf We are authorised to announce Wm. R. WRENN as a candidate for Assessor, at the next November election. (tr We are authorised to announce JOEL SHERRARD as a candidate for Assessor at the ensuing election. ii:7 We are authorised to announce the name of BEN J. F. ADAMS, as a candidate fur asses sor, at the ensuing election. 93r We are authorized to anrroume k. ri. M. LUSE for Assessor of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. m CTW We are authorised to announce WILL I AM HOWSON os candidate for Assessor at the ensuing election. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. 0?" We nrc authorized to announce THEO DORE DOTY as a candidate for District At torney of the Fifth Judicial District, at the eur suing election. EOR PERORATE JUDGE. frWe are aiithnrizedT to announce ED. R( IWMAN as a candidate for Proha'e Judje of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election fQ"" Wo are authorized to anuounce F. W. QUACKENEOSSas a 'candidate for Probate Judjje of Yazoo couf ty, at the enduing election. FOPv C1ECCIT JUPGE. fXf" We are authorised to announce MOrt- G.1N L. FITCH as a candidate for Circuit Jud;re of the Fiih Juiioial District at the ensu ing election. CCJ We nre authorized to announce Hon. Q. 1. GIBBS, as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial Distric, at the ensuing election. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, YAZOO COUNTY. Robert Wright ") Yazoo Crncuix Court, vs. Willam Farrell.J November Term, 1802. ATTACHMEFT FOR 8184 00. THIS day came the Plaintiff by his Attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction on the Court that tho Att"chmeot in this case has been returned into court duly ?:ecuted. Therefore it hi considered by the court, that unless the said Defendant app. ar iu proper per.sou or by some Attorney of his court at the next term of this court, at. a Circuit Court to be holdn at the Court House of Yazoo county in Yazoo city, on the first Monday after the fourth Mon- day of April nest, A. D. 1853, and answer or I demur to the complaint of 6a id Plaint iff, judg ment by default final will be entered up against him for the full amount of Plaintiffs demand, together with all legal interest and costs, ai.d the effects of Defendant in the hands of the Garnashees will be condemned to the satisfac tion of said judgment, And tt is ordered by the Court that publica tion of this order be made in the Yazoo Demo crat, a newspaper published in the town of Yazoo city for four successive weeks. attest: GTB. BARNES, Clerk. March 30. lS53-21-4w. E. Pugh, Attornoy for Plaintiff. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, YAZOO COUNTY. Samuel Friedlander i Yazoo CfBcor Couet, vs. ? Q John G. Rosenberg. 3 November Term, 18o2. ATTApHNIENT FOR $221 59. rflHIS day came the Plaintiff by his Attor JL ney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the Attachment in this case has been rethrnea into Court b the Sheriff o: Ya :joo county duly exected. Therefore it is con sidered by the Court, that unless the said De fendant appear in piopei person or by some Attorney of this Court at the next term oi this Court, at u Circuit Court to bo holden at the Cvurt Houte in Yazoo city, in and for the coun ty of Yazod,- on the first Monday after the 4th Monday of April next, A. D. 1853, and an swer or demur to the complaint of said Plain tiff, jud)Jfmet by default final will be entered up against him for the full amount of Plaintiff's demand, together "With all legal interest and costs, and the property attached will be sold. And it is ordered by the uourt tnat puonca tion of this order be made in the Yazoo Dem ocrat, a newspaper published in the town of Yazoo city, State of Mississippi, for four suc cessive weeks. attest: GIB. BARNES, Clerk. March 30, 1853-21-4w. E. C. & G. B. Wilkinson, Att'ys. for Plaintiff. Notice! Notice! A XL persons incebted to the snbscriber ei A ther bv note or account, are requested to ther by ; immediately. If not closed by the 1st oP March next, he will necessarily e obliged to place them in ths hands. of a Coilec tor for BettJemeht. CHAS. T. MANN. 'ORFORD PLOWS Just receivedsev tv-five Morford Plows, for sale bv Feb. 16, 56, WILSONS & HYATT NEW-ORLEANS CARDS, Thos. Waters, J. B. Camden, Clias. "Waters. WATERS, CAMDEN & CO. COTTOM FACTORS AND Commission iitcrcjjants, NO. 103 POYDRAS STREET; Kto vleutnt. ' C7Y AK, Jr. &CO ! Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu Sana anb Staple SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dress Qoo&n. NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, (Between Common and Gamier Streets,) New Orleans. A t.so Imported and Domestic St rate C.',Js. Dec. 15, 1653. nG.-lv. Feet Simms & CO. IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS IN NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET N EV ORLEANS. Dec. 15, 1652. J. C. SMITIIER & CO. Wholesale and Retail Ciroccrs, NO. 10,' CANAL STREET, .New Orleas December 15, 1852. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS A NJJ ioirrmt50iDU iitcrcliauts, Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & DcicoaUe LIQUORS Slc. No- 26 Sew Icvec, December, 15, 1852. ly. JOSEPH 11. PALMER. JAMES II. MASSEY. Joseph II. Palmer & o. IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALER J r Ti FOHEEGN 8c DOMESTIC 47 Camp Street, above Grader, Dec. 15, 1352. New-Oiu.e an-' -ORLEANS C a r riage Ware- House. I. MARSH, DEJ7MAN & CO 81 & 83 Common Street, opposite Vera.noah Hotel. fTpHE oldest and largest cstablisdjrneii's in thus cjtv. Our stock consists of some 2W0 Car- riajres, compriinjr Calechcs, toachc.-', Kot wavs. Barroiichcd and liuffies, wirii and w out' Tops. And almost every variety oned the UuitedfvQfcfes, manofketured in Newen lan i for dc cheaper than ar any orhere :.. .i t. :.. c u i i.....i.. ni -1 ...11 stuck and judge tor themselves. T, MARSH, DENMAN &.CO December 15, 1852. S NEW SHOE ST05E. LL 0 Sw LLa Ci Lli m Wholesale Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS, HATS, Ab.70, G racier Street, New Orleans Decetnber 15, FA NTO N & TURLEYT Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fancy and staple ury Goods, CLOnHlXO. BOOTS, Sll'OEh; I ATS, CAPS, ti&$"zzz, sx-iisc Zii.r.:::'..'., 5r Corner of Washington and Citiua Sttdets, VICKSBuIiS, lV4i. U3A4- 144 ACRES OF LAKD FOR SALE j fAHE Undersigued, by virtue oi a certain deed JL ot trust executed by one John W. Scott, on the 26ih day of August 183, and recorded in ttie f Probate clerk's office of" Yazoo county, in book! J, pages 538, :39and '40; to secuTe the payment ; of certain depts therein specified; I will pro-; coed to sell at public sale, for cash, to the highest . bidder, on Monday the I8lh day of April nnxt, i bcfoie the Court' House door in Yazoo City, f County of Yazoo, trfe following described tracts ! or parcels of land, to wit : The east half of south west quarter, section four; the east half of south ejst quarter, section six; the 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 ship eiht range four west; the soutli -west quar ter and west half of south-east quarter, section twenty six.and the west half nsrth-east quarter seclion 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-ves 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 fha anidh.ii'Mt fi'iarfor cerlinn fiftffii tnvn.hiri ten range three west, lying and being in the county ot laaoo I will convey only sucn uue as is invested in me by virtue of said 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. COOPER, Trustee. JAMES WRIGHT. ABRAHAM J. WEIGHT. A. J. WRIGHT & COm C O 1 TON FACTORS COMMISSION AND FORWAREIKG MER CHANTS, No. 67, Gravier Street, New Orleans. February 4, 1 853-1 y C. O. JACKSON, JAS. B. PUTKAM, W. W. CATCHISSS C. O. JACKSON & CO. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRV GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, &c Succsssora to B. W. Jack. Washingtcn Street, Vicksburg, Miss. I 1 1 "" T ? 0I.M.Gall0a8 NO 1 Ur4l0ll' Feb. 16, 1363 WILSON k HYATT. WhlteLead. Window Sash Etc. -r I n.-. TVT.. ...LS.- T J P20 Gig Linseed Oil, 506 Lbs. Putty. 2(K)0 Lights window Sah, Forle h WILSONS & HYATT. fcruerV 16, 1856. converse & CO Oroct-rs and Dealers In Wester PRODUCE. Aw. Tchoupiloulas, corner of Lafayeti OrTer for sale Uie following Goods, t'igetl. with many articles iu their line, not enn rucsated Ijelow, which will be sold low for Cash or pood City At;c?pl ince. tYa'sT r Imperial, Gunpowder, Yc hi; n i' chog, Uolynjj (JOFFEL Kio, Havana, Jnmaca, h"g Juvu, Muchn I S IT G A H Did Louisiann. Havana. New V leaisd Loaf, Cruhfdn, 1'owi Granulated tfOLAS Plantation, F L O U It Extra St. Louis, Si Ohio, Corn Mackekei., No. 1 j rvU, . bbu , tnd obi.: HeRRlNirM, iu barrels and hii Salmon, in kituand half ki CoDFisn, iu boxes and dfTUn; I Herring, iiojs. I Cactor, Lard O I L an- P M I tail runt Shoulders, Srjar Cured an 1 - - 7 :,' Buof aud Touifues ird. nu:ter, Lucese, western, Bo ; tub-Ie and ri SUAf Winolic'cr'h, Livermore'tf, lum F am cd, Toi! nig Cmh FK PAPEtt, Writing, WrappiryL flaying variety Cotton -Tffine Lamp PICKLES, C A T S Underwood's Davio' and Welle PICKLES, in gallons, half, r eightti eallona. CATS LI' T Mush room, Worce.-t .rehire. in TerSauS PreWe3 in gland tin, Cantur ier..re i'ruit, Curtuni .u;in ; pert-, Oliver Salmon, lo'j-,ter J dies, iu seuied cans. f SPIC EJB . & Kentucky Mustard, Cassia in n 1:1 j Clove, Mace, Nutm fg?, Peppe v gin, Cayenne Pep;xjr. r ur i- r r f AT itf ' j J u - 11 . j Bucket?, 1 ,ibs, Broom.?, wasn 1 Pina SO..--, Il.i.V Pins. Shot; liiis!iCs. Strrolj Rr .Hi ! Liiio, Ucd Cord, Matches. DRUGS, &c c ndigo, Coprai, Snlaerams, Vi ! '.!ri.'V.Srnnr.hT!rr.tvTir.-rt, K.wl: Camphor, Madder, Alum, l t Saltpetre, Magnesia, Quinine, St t I r IT A D w - l 1 y 0 u u o , & Cognac and Domestic Brandy, New England do. New Orlean Gin, American dp, Iriih W liisl tipliur. Rectified do, Mo Madeira Wine, ! do, Muscat do- C dy Cberrics, Bra ihela do, Boaahosi r do. Oporto do, 1 ljrne do, Claret do, 'eacl.Cj, Curacoa, tra- -'or- ton rl ter , Ale, Cider, Es.- . TOBACCO. SI larirc uss'jrtme;! Lt Ct f-ORDEUSl tnber 15, 18f.J -Wm. P. C, P. Conveg- we; HES & JEWELRY "1 UST receded and foi v anew mppfy of su watches and jewelry, warranted its usual. , January IU, 165:. ind vv. I. BHUJVER & S0IV Couamissioii, RceiriiiK and warding MercliuMts, For if. vi. K &c. up- plies fjiberal to our ,rieud J. H. I S4 Natche3 St. comber 15, 183i!. B. S. TAPFAN & CO. DEALERS IN msTUL iimsnns ULACK8T1ITH UjOl.S CARRIAGES, SPRANG? AXLES, CASTjjQ5 WASHING T'fN STREET, Dec. 1 5, 1852. ANCHJEST. ft t ruWo v at the C Jas. H, Q,.G. i HTITHCj 10, mccta