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A NOTHEK Discovery of Gjcano. The N. Y.
Journal of Commerce states that parties in that
city have ascertained the existences of a large
deposite of guano on a barren and uninhabited
island of the ocean, lying more than 200 miles
from the main land, and are negocialing with
the United States government for the protection
of their rights, in ease an effort should be made
to secure these hitherto unknown treasures.
The valuable agricultural properties of the arti
cle are now generally known and appreciated,
and a great demand has been created for it in
consequence. Not less than 100,000 tons, to ar
rive, have already been sold, and it is estimated
that the importations of the present year will
exceed 200,000 tons, for whicn the farmers of
the United States will pay several millions ot
dollars. Vicksburg Sentinel.
Mus. Partington, is said to have anxiously
asked If Uncle Tom is a better man than Enoch,
of Biblical memory. She grounds her reasons
for making this inquiry upon the fact that she
lias heard that Uncle Tom has been translated
several times, while Enoch was translated but
once.
YAZOO CITY PBIGE C1IBBEMT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
MESSRS. M. D. HAYNES 6c CO.
PRODUCE AND GROCERIES.
ARTICLES.
Bacon Hams,
Clear sides,
PRICES.
13 (9 H
IH
ll
10
1 1 & 15
820 (2
0 5 50
- pr lb
, Ribbed "
Shoulders,
Lard,
Mess Pork, er bbl
Fuour Ohio, do
St. Louis do
VuisKEY-Common, per gal
Dexter do
Monongahcla,
Burbon,
'"Si'gak Brown
Loaf,
Crushed,
Corrss,
Salt Coarse,
Fin-.
MoLAMSKS,
Bagging Kentucky,
India,
Dundee,
Gunny Bags,
Rope.
Twine,
Lin'sey Kentucky,
Janes,
Lime Western,
Thomaston,
Lowells
Feathers,
Window Sash, per light,
Glass, do box,
Nail,
Iron,
Smx 3 lzs -Cy pre?;? ,
Cotton,
do
,6 5'3 7 00
25
23 a 30
61 (S 25
75 (3) $1
7 (3 y
15
15
131 49 14
82 00 &
2 36
33 (3 35
10
1G
1 1
m
8
25
35
15
81 75 2 00
2 50 Ob 3 00
I3j (3) 1 I
40 is 45
8 O 10
82 50 (3 4 50
7 (3) 8
5 tf S
83 50
Take Cake of a Slight Cough. It free
Vjucntly happens that by neglecting a slight
'cough, the most alarming and fatal conse
quences are the inevitable results. Hundreds
of thousands are yearly hurled to a premature
grave by that terrible disease Coxsu.iirTiox,
v. ho might have been saved to their families and
friends, if they had only attended to the above
Important udm nation in time. A very slight
void and cough frequently leads (and rapidly
Too) ro 'fie most fatal results ; be therefore
warned in time before it is too lute. If you
vish to know what medicine will give you
prompt and effectual relief , we now earnestly
recomnrteird to you Dr. C. Williams' Pulmonic
Balsam ov Wild Cheeky and Wood Nattha,
which is .must wonderful remdy, and is recom
mended by thousands of our most wealthy and
inteligent citizens.
For full decryptions of its merits, viitues
&.c, see Pamphlets, to be lud of the Agents.
For Sale, by C. T. MANN.
Ynzoo City, Miss., May, 1853.-In.
ADVI3RTISEMEXTS .
WATT, SYKES & NOBLE,
AND
COMMISSION
G N E R A L
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
New-Orleans.
Jas- M. Watt, Greenwood, Miss. A. J.
bvkes, Columbus, Miss. E. Pickens Noble.l
Charleston, Miss.
May 25, 1853.
fc.. tIMDSE & CO.,
WASHINGTON STREET, VICKSBURG.
Manufacturers of Rectified Whiskey,
WILL supply merchants with an extra ar
ticle, warranted to be equal to any
brought from the West, at lowest rates. They
will use every exertion to make it to their in
terest to purchase the article made at home.
May 18, 1353. L. LINDSEY CO.
PAINTS, OIL, Ac.
JUST received
2.500 Lbs. pure White Lead,
5 Bbls. Linseed Oil,
3 do Sprs. Turpentine,
and a full supply of Window Sash, Glass and
Putty. WILSONS & HYATT.
Yazoo City, May 18, 1853.
Lara Oil.
nnHREE barrels bleached Lard Oil, just re-
X ceived ty WILSONS & HYATT.
May 18, 1853,
Removal.
OM. SIMPSON, formerly of 50 Canal St.,
would respectfully inform hie friends and
tstotners, that he has just lemoved to the
Spacious Stoje,
116, CANAL STREET,
where he will constantly keep a supply of
Plantation, Household & Fancy Dry Goods,
which will
enable him to fill a bill through, at the low pri
ces which have always characterized this house.
O. M. SIMPSON,
116, Canal Street, Touras Row, New Orleans.
May 4, 1853.
N. B. Cou itry orders pi omptly filled.
spine aid ami ST""
jLTE have to da received the balance f the
Wf Spring and Summer stock of staple and
fancy goons, carefully selected ih the eastern
cities, and are resdy and anxious to wait on
11 who may be pleased to give us a call.
May 2, 1854. JAS. THARP & CO.
Carpenter's and Plantation Tools.
WTt have a very excellent assortment of tools
If nf all Innda on hani and tor sale.
of all
May 2d, 1853.
J. THARP $ CO.
PIANO FORTES.
TT
II.
C. TYLER, Agent for the salo of Pi-
a-o fortes ironi ttie most celebrated
Factories in New York and Boston. Piano
Fortes will be found constantly on hand, rind
for sale at tho Manufacturer's retail price.
Also on hand, a goou assortment of Sheet Mu
sic. ' "' '
Yazoo City, April 20, 1853-1
J. R. STROTIint,
A T T 0 R NBV AT L A W ,
4 Commissioner of Peer's, &c, fo- the State
of Missouri. Tennessee and Kentucky.
Grexeville. Washington county, Miss.
REFER TO Hon. Alex
Montgomery, Captain
Wn U. I'ryor, Messrs. Portorfield &
Co., Vicksburg. Cierk of the Circuit
Court, Washington county. Hon. J. R.
Barrus, Yazoo City.
April 27, 1853-25.
Oreal American Remedy,
Bosbyshell's Stimulating Panacea!
RECOMMENDED by the Faculty; and pre
scribed by Physicians ! No family should
be without it. It is a certain prevention and
cure of the following diseases . Asiatic Chol
era, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Bloody Flux,
' holera Infantum. Summer complaint. Deliri
um Tremens, Sick Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Irritable nerves ami cramu Colic.
The above
Store of
remedy is tor sale at the Drug
MANN & ANDREWS,
Yazoo Citv, Miss.
Whe re abundant testimony of its virtues
from hiy,h sources, can be seen.
April 27, 1853.
Plank Road.
A T a meeting of the Directors of the Yazoo
-ft- and Big Bhck Plank Road Company on the
ISth insf., a dividend ot five per Cent ' rotn the
toll receipt for the first six months) was declar
ed on the capita stock paid in, of saia compa
ny, pay ible on and after the '2d May next, at
the Bunking House of J J. Mlchie cc Co.
D. W. RANDOLPH,
Yazoo eiity, April 20th, l-f.r:3. Sec'ry.
" WTTTSU N S & H Y A T T
Conntiggn, reduce arus (Sneers
MERCHANTS,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
CCF" Will atlva nee Plantatiou Supplies and
Cash on Cotton to be shipped through them to
heir friends in New Orleans. I Feb. 16, 1853.
DENTISTRY.
H. LAURENci
DENTIST
OFFCE on Main Street, next door to Winn's
Hotel. A list of prices for anv operation
on the teeth, can he consulted at the office.
Feb. v,
New heap t'asli store.
LEWIS FRANKLIN,
door la Link i Harrison, Main Sir-, it.
Ntxi
WOULD respectfully inform his friends,
customers and the public in gener. 1, that
he has opened a new and select assortment of
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
comprising of the following- articles: Ready
made Clothes, of all descriptions -Hats
Boots Shoes Trunks and Dry-Goads, and
flatters himself that he can undersell any in
the same line of bnsineesiu (own.
Yazoo city.
March 23, lS53-ly.
New Firm.
CHARLES T. .MANN.
j. n.
A.NDUKW.S,
M. D.
U 94W ' - ii i
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Med
icines and Cnemieals, Paints, Oils, Yar
nishes. Window Cluss nd Putty.
LAND RE TITS GARDEN SEEDS
Dye-Stuffs and Glass-Ware, Fine Perfu
mery? Soap! and Brushes, School
Books, Sieel Pens, Quils, and
Stationery, Letter and Cap
Paper, Medical and .Mis
cellaneous Books.
Blank Books, Superior Inks, Paper
Hangings. Pure Wines ty Brandies.
Prescriptions and orders will receive particu
lar attention at all hours of the day ec 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 6, 1853ly.
Vicksburg; and New Orleans I'ucket
ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master.
THIS magnificent steamer will
run as a tegular packet between
the above namel ports, commer ¬
cing on the 21st September next, leaving
Vicksburg every Wednesday evening at 5
o'clock returning, leaves New Orleans Satur
day at 10 o'clock A If,.
For freight or passage, applv on board or to
PORTER FIELD & CO.
Vicksburg, May l-th, 1853.
For tiouisvlle.
rHE splendid passenger steamer ECLIPSE,
JL E.T. Sturgeon, Master,
will leave Vicksburg aj above on
the following days, viz :
Sunday, tho 15th May, at 2 o'clock, A.
Motley, " 30th May, 2 "
We-dnesdaj, 15th June,
Thursday, SGil J i " 2
Friday, ' 15th July, 2
Porterfiold 3 Co., Agents, Vicksburg.
Martin Owen & Co, 44 N.Orleans.
Vicksburg, May 4, 1853.
Regular New Orleans and
burg Packet.
Ticks-
T
HE fine steamer NATCHEZ
T. P. Leathers, Master,
will leave Vicksbursr for New
Orleans and intermediate port?, regularly, ev
ery Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, precisely.
FORTERFIELD df CO, Agents.
Vicksburg, May 4, J053.
Vick$burgand New Orleans Packet
T
HE very fast and entirely
new steamer PRINCESS.
T. C. Holmes, Master, will leave
for New Orleans and all landings on the coast,
regularly every Friday, at 12 o'clock, M.
PORTERFIELD & CO., Agents.
Vicksburg, May 4, 1853.
THRESH TEAS A choice lot of frlh Teas,
JT just received by WILSON & HYATT.
) February 16, 1S53.
Ta AVIS' HAMS J ust
id a lot of Do-
JLf vis' Extra Hams, for sale
Feb. 16, '53.
WILSONS & HYATT.
M.
1 tif-r
Going to Sew Orleans.
"DUUCHASK YOlTv OlAJiHlJSG
MT ALFRED Ml-NROE & CO., 34 Maga
zine Street.
The great feature with them is, the large slock
always kept, of Ceutkm!:'--. (Soys', and Chi!
drcu's Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At
this house, the price vf every article is mailu-1
upon it. People, whether good or had judges,
need have no fears of being clieatcd, tor al ter the
purchase of any article, should anv dissatisfac
tion cxidt, the money will be refunded on its
being returned. Bio trouble to shorn good with
them, as th.-ir whole object is to please those who
favor them with a call
Overcoats of cery description.
Walking Coats' of all kinds.
But i n rlsa Coats of all kinds.
DitF-ssand Frock Coats of all kinds.
Cloth Cloaks of various qualities.
Tai.ma and KriARAN Cloaks, new article.
Pantaloons of ull kinds.
Vests of all kinds.
Undershirts and Drawers of all kinds
Half Hose ;uid Gloves of all kinds.
Cotton and Linen Sunns of ail kinds.
C it a vats and Scares magni ficent assortment.
HANDKEItCHIErs Olid Su&PENDERS.
ALSO
A very superb assortment of
lit) Y'S dj- CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
To Steamboat Captains, Pilots, Etc.
CQ "Your particular attention is invited to
our verv large assortment of
Overcoats of Every Description.
F 'K BEAVERS, HIMALAYA CLOTHS,
HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS. DEVON
SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR
BLANKETS, MOTTLED
BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC.
En all of which goods we have some
EXTRA LONG COATS,
ninnnfac lured expressly for your use.
CCH" You hud better call and p irehase one if
von want something comfortable.
ALFRED M UN ROE & CO.
31 Magazine st.. corner
Dec. 15, 1852.-ly.
of Gravier.
NOW that our stock of Spring Goods is
complete, e may safely invite our friends
and the public in general to pay us a visit and
examine for themselves.
Ar, 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
i i ir articles :
Bareyes, Plain Colored and figured,
44 Rich Robes,
44 firsr and second mourning,
French Lawns, Jaconets ami Orr undies,
Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered,
White and colored robes.
Plaid, checked and Striped Cambrics,
M m Swiss Muslins,
Plaid Iusli!is for curtains and bars,
' em!) rcidered and J-iCijuard,
Curtains white and col. .red,
" Calicoes, Turkey Red and Puff,
Gingb&ms, small and larffe checks,
PRINTS. As.iCrican, French and English,
from the mo t renowned manufactures,
Netting Linen and cotton for bars, .
White Bob: net for Pars,
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4 11-4 12-1 13-1
Irish Linens for Shirting, pure flax,
Fi vnch 12-4, for sheeting, pure flax.
Table Ljnens, Damasked, White and Pr'wn.
Table Cloths, p'ain, in setts.
Linen Dinpers, Bird's eye, Russia,
I '"tton Diapers,
Brown linen damask by the yard,
Summer Silks Checked, Plaid and Plain,
Black and changeable colors.
Crape Bhtct, Pink. White and Buff,
French Embroideries just from Pnris, such
as Mantillas. Capes, Joses, ladies vests, chem
isettes, undersleeves. capes and Handkerchiefs.
Laces Black and white, Silk, Thread, Val
encinnes, and cotton.
BLAK SILK LACE VEILS,
Ribbons.
Gloves Filet, Kid, Silk, Thread and cot
ton, for misset, ladies and gents.
Handkerchiefs Plain and bordered linen
cainbiic, Silk, Corali, Pongee, &c.
Cravats Black Silk, and Batiste. Suspen
ders of all qualities. White cotton Fringes.
Madras Handkerchiefs. Cotton Foulards.
Hosiery Ludies white, Black and colored
cotton, lisle, thread and .-ilk, nlain, enbioi
dered and open worked, French grey Cotton
Hose. Children's cotton hose, of all colors and
size?,
Men's o ton. white, brown, mixed half hose,
" Drawers ami undershirts,
Linen bosom Shirts at aM prices
Fancy colored "
Ladies Gaiters, black silk and lasting,
m ' colored
Shoes, kid and morocco, black andcol'u,
Bootees,'- " "
" Slippers" " 44 4"
Iens Slippers, tapestry and morocco,
44 Snoes, patent leather, lasting, Stc.
44 Kossoulh Boots,
Misses Gaiters of ail descriptions,
Boy's Shoes of all szs,
Children's shoes of all colors.
Perfumery The largest, best and cheapest
assortment in the city of Vicksburj;.
4 I .SO At all times on hand a crood lot of
Clothing, plantation goods, linen and cotton
checks, plaids, striped, cottonades, linen drill
"itigri, white, brown and colored.
'Bleached add unbleached domesth s,
White and brown cotton :lrllls, 4-4, 5-4,6-4,
104, 12-4, brown and white sheetings ;
Hats, caps, &c, &c.
Mattings white and checked 4-4, 5 4 6-4.
MICHON & SARRAT.
Vicksburg, March 16, 1853.
VAN LOON, PAXTON &. CO.
LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG,
Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders,
ENGINE AND CAR BUILDERS,
Gin and Mill Work, and ail kinds of Planta
tion aad Steamboat work prompt y ex
ecuted and lully guaranteed.
February 16, 1853-ly.
25,000
CIGARS
of the best brand, for
LEWIS FRANKLIN.
sale by
March 23, 1S53.
White Lead, Window Sash Etc.
i)Ai W Lbs. Pure No. 1 white Lead,
& UUU 120 Gls. Linseed Oil,
500 Lbs. Putty,
2000 Lights window Sash,
For sale by WILSONS &, HVATT.
Febi-uery 16, la.
of
CANDIDATES.
fr We are authorized to announce W. II.
STUBBLE ft ELD, Senior, a candidate for the
House ut BapjnMentttHrQS, In the ncAifcju. L
i-Iature. Ho is in lavor ol Jell. Davis foi U. S.
Semi tor.
OCT" Ve are authorized to announce A. If
HANDY, of Madison, ns a caQdlate for Jud-re
oftheHi.ujh Court oi Brtote n:id AppeiN ftir
t First District coitnties: Hinds, VV- rrcn,
VVMshinjrion, Bolivar, Rnkin, Scott, N.-wton.
..nunerdaln, Kemper, No h ju t Lea!c, Madison
Vazoo, Holmes, Suntluwcr, Attala, Wimiton,
Noxubee and Issaquena.
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK.
07 Wc ire authorised to announce the name
of N. H. LUSK as a candidate) for the oflico of
Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the next No
vember election.
CCr'S. M. PHILLIPS is a candidate for
Clock of the Circuit Court of Vazoo eoimrv.
Blaction next November.
ft "Tj"-We an; authorised to announce JAS PER
RY as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the ensu
ing election.
(O1 " We are. authorized to announce J. T.
RUSSELL. Ja.. as a candidate for Circuit Clerk,
at the ensuing election.
03r We arc nuthorized to announce GEO.
R. WILKINSON as a candidate for CiivuM
Clerk of Vazoo county, at the ensuing elect n-n.
Cfy We are authorized to STJUOunen JOHN
B. DEASON n.-t a candidate to Circuit Cierk
of Vazoo county, at fhe ensuing electi n.
CC3r We are authorized to atinounce E.
WASSONia candidate, for Circuit Clerk ot
t'uzoo county, at tho ensuing election.
07" Wi are autlioried to announce S. D.
LIVINGSTON asac-indid to for CircuiL Clerk,
at the ensuing election.
FOR TREASURER.
07- We are authorized 10 announce PETER
B. COOK as a candidate tor county Treasurer,
at the ensuing election.
07- We are authorised to announce JAMES
Til AR P as a candidate for county Treasurer
it the ensuing election.
CT We. ore authorised to announce JOHN
P. STREET, as a candidate for County Treasurer,
ut the ensuing election.
Of yWo.are authorized to announce ALEX.
SMITH, as a candidate for County Treasurer, at
the ensuing election.
fX? We are authorised lo announce R. M.
WINN as a candidate, for County Treasurer, at
the next November election
07- We are authorized to a nounce WILL
IAM il A Y as a candidate for county Treasu
rer at the ensuing election.
FOR ASSESSOR
0Cp- We are authorized to announce the name
ot w. ti. m uu - la sa can diuate tor Assessor.
Election ncxi fall.
GOT We are authorised to announce Wm. R.
WRENN as a candidate for Assessor, at the next
woveraber election.
fjr- We arc authorised to announce JOEL
SlI ERRARD as a candidate for Assessor at the
ensuing election.
Wb sire authorised to announce tire name
of REXJ. F. AD MS, as a candidate for Asses
sor, at the ensuing election.
'irjT Vfc arc auili'U tzed to announce R. II.
,M. LUSE for Assessor of Vazoo county, at the ;
ensuing election.
Qf We are auihorized to announce AMES
M. GRIFFIN as a candidate for re-e'ection to
the office of asses or at the ensuing election.
OT We n re authorised to announce WILL
1AM HOWStlN is candidate tor Assessor
at the cnsuiiig election. '
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY..
3S1r W." are authorized to nqn'ounee Jt TIN
ST HEMPHILL ti a candidate for District At
torney at the ensuing election.
C3T" We ar authorized to announce TI1EO
D RE DOTY as a candidate for District At
torney of the Fifth Judicial District, at the en
suing election.
FOR PRORATE JUDGE.
0T" We are authorized to announce GEO.
W. DOUGH ARTY s a candidate tor Probate
Judge of Yazoo county, at the next elec i"n
f O " We are authorized to announce F. W
QUACK EN B SS as a candidate for Probsts
Judge of Yazoo coui ty, al tlte ensuing election.
FOR PROBATE CLERK.
QCjT" We a re authorized to announce JAMES
H. BELL, as a candidate for re-elec i ui to the
office of Probate Clerk at the enduing election.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.
COT We are authorised to announce MOR
GAN L. FITCH as a candidate for Circuit
Judje of the Fiih Judicial District at the ensu
ing election.
We re authorized to announce Hon.
Q. D. GIBBS, as a candidate for Circuit Judge
of the Fifth Judicial District, at the ensuing
election.
i 07 We are authorized to announce E. G.
; HENRY, Esq, of Canton asa candidate for Cir
' cuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, at the
ensuing election.
JAMES WRIGHT.
ABRAHAM J. WRIGHT.
A. .J. WRWHT & CO..
C O 1 T ON FA C TOR S
COMMISSION AN d" FOR WAR EI NG MER
CHANTS. No. 67, Gravier Street, New Orleans.
February 4, 1853-ly
C. O. JACKSON, JAS. R. PUTNAM, W. W. CATCHISGS.
C. O. JCKSON& CO.
DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES. HATS, &c,
Successors to E. W. Jack.
Wasltinrtt.n Street, Vicksburg, ISfiss.
Hardware and neenswarc.
WTE Iceen a iull assortni m uf the above arti-
i V - .
r
cles nlwnys on hand.
Mav 2, iar3. J-
THARP & CO.
O
FORD PLOWS Just received seven
. I
ty-live Mortord Plows, for sale by
Feb. 16, 58. W ILSONS & H Y AT I.
Administrator's Notice.
TT ETTLKCs 01 A . ministration iiavir.jr been
xLd granted to the undersigned at the April
Term, 153 of Yazoo Probate Court, upon the
estate of Duncan C Henderson deceasedcred
itors of said estate are notified to present their
claims properly authenticated within the time
limited by law, or they will be forever barred.
MARY ANN HENDERSON,
ADDISON BURRUS.
May 4, 1853-26-6t,
Executor's Notice.
4 T the June Tvrm. 1H.VJ, ut th- Probate
A Court of Yazoo county. I will, as Execu
tor of J. J. Wooldridge, deceased, present my
annual account for settlement end allowance.
W. J. LEAKE, Executor.
May 11, 1853-27-4t,
Plank Road.
THE Books of subscription to the Yazoo
and Big Black Plank Road Company aro
nowpen at the Banking House of J. J. Mich
ie & Co., to receive stock subscriptions neces
sary to continue jsaid road to, and across Big
Black river.
D. W. RANDOLPH,
Yazoo city, May 11, 1853. Sec'ry.
NEW-bRLEANS CARDS,
Thos. Waters, J. B. Camden, Chas. Wnrsra.
laTen mm & u
COTTON FACTORS AND
OlomniisMan iilculjant
IS
NO. 10J POYDRAS STRKET,
K"b? i'itt?.
' C. TAL fi Jr. 'fc. 5'
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
am mxi Staple
BILK GOODS!
MILLTNTKHY ARTICLES,
Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dree Goodr;- '
NO 27v MAGAZINE STREET,
Between Common and Gmvit r &fape,j
Nf.'.V OliJ.FANi.
Ar.so Imported and D-nneslic Straw Gornls.
Dec. 15, 1S52. nO.-ly.
Peet Simms &Tcd.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS IN j
NO 23 and 2r, MAGAZINE STREET
NEW ORLEANS.
Dec. 15, 1652. It.
J. C. SMITH EH & CO.
Wholesale and Retail CJrorers,
NO. 10, CANAL STREET, New Orleans
December 15, j52.
Brooks & Randolph.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
A A 1)
amntt6ioti itlcrcljauto,
Dcaler3 in Tobacco, Foreign & Domcr:tic
LIQUORS fee.
No. 20 New Kevee,
Dcceml)crf 15, 1S93. ly.
JOSEPH II. PALMER. JAMES II. MASSEV.
Josepli II. PaliiKT h. Co.
IMPORTERS Sc WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN
FOREIGN & DOMEStlO
ZJCJ T a 2B- CJ UZJ
17 Camp Street, above Gravh r,
Dec. 15, 1352 Nnw-Or.t.r. n
N E W-0 R L E A NS
Tr t r
C a r r i a g- e
srw-, a re - 1 Jonse.
I. MAESHrbENMAN & CO.
81 & 8-1, Cbnimon Street, oiosite
Vi:k.m)au Hotel.
MpfHE'Obieet anil largest establish merits in this
-i- city. Our stock consists of ftome 210 Car
riages, comprising Calechea, Conches, Kocka
wavs, oaf roiicbes and Buggies, wiih and with
out lops. Anil almost very variety user 111
the United taes, manufactured in New Jersey,
and for sale cheaper than ut anv other establish
ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance.
Purchasers will please. call and examine our
stock and judge for them-elves.
I, MARSH, PENMAN &.CO.
December 15, 1892.
NEW SHOE STORE.
Wholesale
Deuler in
BOOTS,
H ATS,
CAP
No. 7 0. Gravier Street,
Oeceniber 15, 1852.
New Orleans
F A N T O N & TUULEY,
Wholesale, and Retail Denier sin
Fancy and sfnplc iry Goods,
CLoainxo. boots, shoes, hats, caps,
feD!?: &"-izt Sjlnraittjpi, &r. See.
Corner of Washington and China Street?,
VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI.
YAZOO CITY
Carriage Manufactory.
POWELL &, HILLIARD,
Main Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi,
HAVING taken in addition to our former
extensive Manufactory, the establishment
lately occupied by Mr. C. H. Primm, oppoit.
our old stand, would respectfully inform tbe
public that we have made extensive additions
to our stock of Carriages, both o our own and
Northern and Eastern Mauutnctories. Com
prising Coaches, Coachees, falling top Barou
ches and Chariottees, Rockaways, elide t-eat
Bugjfies of superior style, with extension tops,
combining the convenience of Barouche or
Rockaway. Also roll upside top Buggio:.
Giggs, Phentons. and open Buggies of ellegant
pattern for single or double harness. Also
Buggy and Coach Harness, Whips of all pat
terns, riding Bridles, Martingals. Bridle bits,
stirrup irons, Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys li
ning Saddles of all patterns, of our own man
ufacture. Saddle-bags and Spurs alto Fly
Nets of all colors. Webbing for saddle-girts
hand-holders and furnishing goods of all kinds
for aaddle and harness manufacture.
Also, Oil Carpet; Brussels do., and carpet
fringe, Enamelled cloths of all colors, patent
Dash and Collar Leather, Hog skins and saddle
skirting. Enamelled top leather also Enam
elled leather for linings, comprising all the
colors used. Blue and drab broad cloths, d im
ask of all patterns and colors, silk for festoons,
ringes for do., silk and worsted Tufts, holder
tassels, broad and narrow Laces, tufting but
tons of all colors, tufting and band .tatta.-
TacKs of all sizes, brass and silver knobs jap
panned brass and silver glass frames. Coach
handles aud hcks, bolts of all sizes, screws do.,
Spri:.gsAxels, top props and capped Nuts,
castings f all kinds. Also a goof, assortment
of Blacksmith's to Is, Coach varnish, Paints
L'ads &.c. AIho Bu. gy and Wagon huba,
turned spokes and bent shafts and rims, Buggy
poles and bows, and Coach poles.
We also manufacture wagons for four or two
horses, Pedlar wagons. Drays, Ox Wagons
and Curts. Dray and wagon Harm:, and ars,
keep constantly in-hand Tra'e Chains, Colla s,
Bli'llos, whips and all heavy articles used for
such purpose". All of which u e offer for sale on
returnable terms for cash or approved Credit.
Pers ..is wi long iuiy thing iu our line, will
find to their iutcreat to c.iit and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
REPAIRING of all kinds co i.ected with
our business, done wiln neatness and dispatch,
and all orders- for new work thankfully receiv
ed and satisfaction given.
April 20th, 1858,
CONVERSE & CO.
Orocern and Dealers In Westrrn
PRODUCE
No. 9T Tchouj.Uouias, corner of LafayetU St.
Oficr for sale the folio win? G
d, locrether
with many articles in their line, nut cnu
mesatcd below, which will bo sold low
for Casu or pood City Acceptances.
TEA
Imnerial, Gunpowder, Younir Hyson, V
log. Oolong.
COFFEE.
Rio, Havana, Jainaca. Lngopra, Cho
Java, Mocha.
SUOR.
Loui.-iana, HnVAHa. New York n-i-l N
leans. Loaf, Crushed, Powdered, Claii
(ironulated.
MOLASSES
Plantation, Sugar Uouer, New jc
Louisiana Syrup i.
F L O U n
1 t -
I Extra St. Louis, Superfine St. Loul .
Ohio, Corn Wfcal and Homir
FISH.
M.icKEitEE, No. 1 and 2, in barrel, ho
rels, qr. bM , aed kii' ;. No. 3 ii
Hr.KElNCs, in batreleand h.-rlf hand.
Salmon, in I.ittsand half kiiis. .
Codfish, in boxes and diuuis.
IJerrixg. in boi-ca.
OILS.
Castor, Lard, Linked, Whale, Sperm,
Tan-
nets, Olive.
PROVISIONS
Mess and Prime Pork, Mess Be-f in b'aii. n
half bhls.. Prime Reef, Ribbed and 0 leaj- Side-
I Shoulders, Srgar Cured and plain Hums Drici
i Beef and Tongues, Pickled Tongues. Lm
BuMer, Cheese, goslien Enirlish', dairy ai
western, Beans, Potatoes. Onions, coar
mble and rice Salt.
CANDLES.
Speru-, Star, Admantinc, Tulhow.
SOAP.
Winohesler's, Livermore's, Eagl
Mnnt's Extiu, Castile, Fancy Bat
Toilet, Shavtng, Shaving CreBrn..
Jackpoti's
'iirivjaied,
Fruits, nuts, &
Raisin3, Almond, Grapes, Cut a
Fig", Brazil Nuts, Pecan Nuts; Ci
its, Prunes
iron, Cran
icrrie, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches.
PAPER, & C .
Writing, Wrapping, Playing Cards, In g
variety Cotton Twine, Lamp Wick.
PICKLES, CATSUPS &c.
Cnder wood's Davis' and Wells, iL & Provosts
PICKLES, in gallons, half, quarter and on
eight gallous. CATSUP Tumatto, Walnu,
Mushroom, Worcestershire. SAUCE -Hon
Water. Pie Fruit, Currant Jellies, Assorted Jel
lies, Pepper Sauce, Hivane PiCiertes, American
Preserves in mass and lin, Canton Ginger. Cu-
peri
lies,
01iv
Salmon, Lobster, Shad and Sor
in sealed crjiis.
S P I C E S , & C o.
Kentucky Mustard, Cassia iu mata and ;.':..
Cloves, Mace, Nnfmcja, Pepper, ADsfits Gin
fin, Cayenne Peppct.
W O O D E N - W A R E .
Buckets, Tuhs, Brooms, wash Boanh krthr
Pins, Shoe Brushes, Sciub Brustfes, dlani
Lines, Bed Cord, Matches,
D R C G S , c .
limijo. Copperas, Salaermtus, Brirtf ..n. , Lamp
iii' k, Spanish Brown, Carh. Scda.Cicara Tartm
Camph r, Iaddcr, Alum, Epsom Salt.-, Sulphur ,
Saltpetre, Magnesia, Quinine, Sealing-Wax.
LIQUORS, fit c .
Cognac and Domestic Brand v, Jamaica Rum.
New Enflrlarid do. New Orlcniks do. Holla ud
Gin, American do, Irish Vliielt?, Scoth do.
Rectified lo, Mononahe!a d, Bourbon do.
.Madeira Wine, Sherry do, Oporto do. Mu'
do. Muscat do. Champagne do, t'larot do, Bran
dy Cherrie-i. Brandy Peael;e, Cnracon, Hunt
bchino, Alsynihe, Annisette, Cordials, Stoi:
tons Bitiers, Lemon Syrup, AsKoried do, Por
ter, Ale, Cider, Essence Peppermint.
TOBACCO. 8EGARS AND SNUFF.
A large assortment of TOBACCO CIGAP
of all quuliiies Cuba Sixes.
SUNDRIES.
Starch. Powder and Fire Crackers. Shot. Ba
Lea-I, Nails. Ink Macaroni.Vei niieelli.Can
Corks. Bottles, Pipes, Flasks, White Laa
Glass, Putty, Blacking.
trr ORDEIiS PROMPTI.V EXECUTI
December 15, 1"."2.
CO" Wm. P. ComvsbsC, T. M. Convex
Wm. P. Converse, Jr.
WATCHES
RY
JUST received and for sale at reduced prh
anew supply of superior quality and
watches and jewelry. Watches repaired u
warranted as usual. S. Hi WILSO.
January 12, 18o3.
I. O. O.
1M ANCHESTER Lodge No. 34, meets e
ItX ry Thursday evening at o'clock P. .
at the Odds Fellows' Hall.
Jas. H. Bell.N. G. VV. S. Errtfiy,
lifo. G. Powell. R. S. H. A. Nt .NN.uLV
H. Holmes, Per. Sec'ry.
I"TTHCAH Encampment of Patriarc
If J. 10, meets the second and fourth Tu
in each month, it 8 o'clock, P. M. ,
Wm. Wvman. C. P. James H. Bill. S.
James Thakf, H. P. Tnfh. Mr.Tzi.cn, .1
D. M. HoLLlNOfcWOKTH, T. H.ltoL.VES.i
Yazoo Citv, January 5, 1853.
V.
Administrator's Notice.
S Administrator of the estate of v
Wilson, deceased, I will at the July Tr
ot' the Probate Court of Yazoo county, pr
my final account for settlement and alio
THOS. J.FORD, Adm-r.
May i, 1 6.33-26-lOt.
WRIGHT, WILLIAMS &, C O
COTTON FACTORS,
61, Union Row, Ca
fner rT V
CONTINUE to ship to this House, and
be alwavs readv ana williriz to make lib
cash advances on consignments to them. V;
atao furnish plantation supplies &c.
P. O'DONNELL
Yazoo City, Oct 6. 1852.
E. E. BBUNER. y. j ERV.NT.Jt
BRUNER & SON,
Commission, Receiving an4 For
warding mtortlaants,
Mulberry Street, VWlimfsrlisxisiipyi,
fZ' EEPo constantly on handPHMl4HaSr
IV plies of all kinds. Wagons, PduSNk.
Sic. Liberal advances made on cotton, ahlrRo
to our friend,
J. H. HEALD,
34 Natchez Steft NewOrlcns
December 15, 152.
& JEWEL

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