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CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MESSRS. M. D. HAYNES & CO. PRODUCE AND GROCERIES. ARTICLES. Bacon Hams, Clear sides, Ribbed Shoulders, Lard, Mess Pork, per bbl lour Ohio, do St. Louis do WHisKEY-Common, per gal Dexter do Monongahela, Burbon Sugar- -Brown Loaf, Crushed, Coffee, Salt Coarse, Fine, Molasses, Baggino Kentucky, India, Dundee, Sonny Bags, Rope. Twine, Liksey Kentucky, Janes, Lime - - Western, Thomaston, IOWELLS, Feathers, Window Sash, per light, Glass, do box, Nails, Iron, Shingles Cypress, Cotton, prices. pr lb 12 3 14 IS! 11 10 do 14 & 15 820 (3) $5 5 50 6 50 (5 7 00 tl 28 0 81 a 1 25 75(9 81 79 $ 15 15 12i9 14 $2 00 2 25 33 (S 33 16 10 11 12 8 25 35 45 81 75(9 2 00 2 50 (S 3 00 12 9 14 40 i 40 8 (9 10 82 50 (S 4 50 7 9 8 5 (9 8 83 50 7 (9 11 ADVERTISEMENTS Administrator's Notice. Jk T the June Term 1853, of the Yazoo Pro - bate Court, I will present my annual ac counts for settlement and allowance as Admin istrator of the following estates, viz: Sidney Anderson's, Washington Luce's, Andrew Murdock's, Frank Hannock's, John Dillon's. Addison Mills', Dennis Burns', R. J. Higgin bothtm's, John Emmcrsoa's, J.hn McCaslin's, W. W. Anderson's. D. C. Rodders', S. M. Boy lan's Eleanor Matthews', William Gruhbs'; August Weigerings, P. M. Ferguson's, Thss; U. Shell's, Wade H.Turner's. M. A. JENKINS, Sheriff and E-Of- ficio Administrator of said Estate. Yazod City, June 8th, 1353-31-4t. OVERSEER. A GENTLEMAN of respectable references wishes a situation as overseer, who has liad eight years experience two years on the Missisippl. For further particulars a) ply at this office. J une 1 , 1853-2t. Notice. 1 HAVE left my Books and Papers with Mr. G. M. Powell, who will act as my agent, during mv absence. N. W. ELLIS. J Tine 1, 1853-2m (Cr Yazoo City Whig please copy. For Louisville, THE Steamer A fton, J. S. Wal lace, master, will leave Yazoo City on Wednesday, the 15lh day of June iast., direct for Louisville. June 1, 1858. To all whom it may Concern. A number of the former pupils of the Rev -fi Dan'l Comfort, during bis Presidency of the Mississippi College, and since, met accord ing to previous notice, in the Presbyterian Church at Clintion, Miss., on Wednesday, the I8th inst, for the purpose of devising some Suitable expression of the high estimate of rhe exalted moral and literary worth of their pre ceptor. And, among other resolutions, the fol lowing were adopted : 1. Resolved, That we tender to our former friend and preceptor, Rev. D. Comfort a com plimentary dinner, to be given at Clinton, on Monday, the 20th day of July next. 2 That a committee of three to-wit: Hon. Joseph Regan, James H. McRaven, E?q., md Rev. Henry J. Harris, be appointed to invite all those who were students of the Mississippi College during the Presidency of Mr. C imfort, and all others who may have been under his tutelage at any times siuce, both male and female, to be present with us, on that occasion and share with us the plessure of bestowim? a compliment so justly merited." In compliance with this resolution, we here by publicly tender the invitation therein con tained, adopting this as the most convenient mode of reachirig all those who are interested, as we have riot the address of all. And we tespectfully urge all our fellows-students to favor us with their presence on that occasion. Addresses will be delivered by Hon A. G. Brown and others of our fellow-students. JOSEPH REGAN. JAMES H. Mc RAVEN HENRY J. HARRIS. N. B. -Such as cannot conveniently attend are respectfully requested to forward their names and addresses to Rev. A. J. Harris,! V ICKSDrg, Miss. June 1, 1853.-2w.-30 1853, 1853. ARTESIAN SPRINGS, 18151 MADISON COUNTY, Us-i MISS. t YM'ILL be open for the reception of company " on the first of June. Passengers by the Canton Stage will meet no detention at Cam den, as there will be a hack always ready to Convey them' to the Springs distance 5 miles June, I. l853-2m G. COaTES, Manager. 9. B. The prices for board at these Springs, have been somewhat reduced from those of last year. LARD OIL 100 Gallon's No. 1 Lard Oil, Just received by Feb. 16, 1853. WILSON A, HYATT. WATT, 8YKE8 & NOBBLE. AMD fiENEBAL COMMISSION 6c FORWABDING MERCHANTS JRTew-Orieans- 03" Jas. M. Watt, Greenwood, Miss. A. J. ykes, Columbus, Mhs.E, Pickens Noble, Charleston, Miss. May 25, 1853. FABffSS, OIL, c JUST received 2.500 Lbs. pare White Lead, 5 Bbls. Li aseed Oil, 3 do Spts. Turpentine, and a full supply of Window Sash, Glass aacl fotty WILSONS & HYATT. Yioq City, May 18, 1853. PIANO FORTES. H. C. TYLER, Agent for the sale of Pi- m r i a-o rones irom me most ceieuraieu Factories in New York and Boston. Piano Fortes will be found constantly on hand, and for sale at the Manufacturer's retail prictr. Also on hand, a gooa assortment of Sheet Mu sic. Yazoo City, April 20, 1853-ly. J. R. STROTHER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 4 Commissioner of Deer's, &.C., fo- the States A. of Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky. Greneville Washington county, Miss. REFER TO Hon. Alex. Montgomery, CnbJnin Win B. Prvor. Messr3. Porte rfield & Co.. Vicksboii?. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Washington codnty. Hon. J. R Burrus, Ynzoo City April 27, 1853-25. Great American Remedy. Bosbyahell's Stimulating Panacea ! T ECOM MENDED by the Faculty; and pre 11 scribed by Physicians ! No family should be without it. It is a certain prevention and cure of the following diseases . Asiatic Choi era, Cholera Morbus, JJiarrmEa, moody flux, holera Infantum, Summer complaint, Deliri um Tremens, Sick Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Irritable nerves and cramp Colic. The above remedy is for sale at the Drug Store of MANN & ANDREWS, Yazoo City, Miss. Where abundant testimony of its virtues from hih sources, can be seen. April 27, 1853. Plank Road. A T a meeting of the Directors of the Y azoo xx am! Hirr Blank Plank Road ComDanv on the 18th inst., "a dividend of five per cent (from the toll receipt for the first six months) was declar ed on the capital stock paid in, or saio compa ny, pay ble on and after the 2d May next, at the Banking House of J. J. Michie & Co. D. W. RANDOLPH, Yazoo ciity, April 20th, 1853. Sec'ry. WILSONS & it Y ATT, Cexmijsion, -rcouce ano CEromg MERCHANTS, Yazob Citfr Mississippi. fJCjp Will advance Plantation Supplies and Cash on Cotton to be shipped through them to heir frieuds in New Orleans. Iteb. lb. ISOd. 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 thi office Feb. 2, 1853. New Cheap Cash Store. LEWIS FRANKLIN, Next door to Link df- Harrison, Main Street, WOULD respectfully inform his friends, customers and the public in gener; 1, that he has op -ned a new and select assortment of SPRZNQ and SUMft&ER GOODS, comprising of the following articles : Ready made Clothes, of all descriptions Hats Boots Slide's Trunks and Dry-Goods, and flatters himself that he can undersell any in the same line of business in town. Yazoo city, March 23, 1853-ly. XTew Firm. CHARLES T. M ANN. J. H. ANDREWS, M. D. Yazoo City, Mississippi. Wholesale and Retail Dealers iii Druus, Med icines and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Var nishes, Window Glass :ud Putty. LAND RE THS (JAR DEN SEEDS Dye-Stutfs and Glass-Ware, Fine Perfu merv, Soaps and Brushes, School Books, Steel Pens, Quils, and Stationery, Letter and Cap Paper, Medical and Mis sellaneous Books. Blank Books, Superior Inks, Paper Hang ings. Pure Wines 8f Brandies. Prescriptions and orders will receive particu lar attention at all hours of the 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 G, 1853-ly. Vicksburg and New Orleans Packet ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master. THIS magnificent steamer will run as a legular packet between the above named ports, commen cing on the 21st September next, leaving Vicksburg every Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock returninsr, leaves New Orleans Satur day at 10 o'clock A. M.. For freight or passage, apply on board or to PORTERFIELD 6t CO. Vicksburg, May 18th, 1853. For Iouisvlle. THEsplendid passenger steamer ECLIPSE, E.T. Sturgeon, Master, lt$&.r will leave Vicksburg as above on Ljtjk&mi the following days, viz : mmsMmw Sunday, the 15th May, at z o'ctdctt, A. in Monday, " 30th May 44 2 Wednesday, 15th June, M 2 Thursday, 30th June, 44 2 Friday, 15th July, ' 2 4i I Porterfield Co., Agents, Vicksburg. Martin Owen & Co, 44 N. Orleans. Vicksburg, May 4, 1853. Regular New Orleans and Yicks burg Packet. THE fine steamer NATCHEZ T. P. Leathers, Master, will leave Vicksbursr for New Orleans and intermediate ports, regularly, ev ery Tuesday, at 13 o'clock, precisely. PORTERFIELD 4- CO, Agents. Vicksburg, May 4, 553. Vick sburg aria New Orleans Packet TfflHE very fast and entirely X new steamer PRINCESS, T. C. Holmes, Master, will leave for New Orleans and all landings oh the coat. recrularly every Fridaf , at 12 o'clock, M. PORTERFIELD & CO., Agents. Vicksburg, May 4, 1858. THRESH TEAS A choice lot of fresh Teas, X just received by WILSON 6l HYATT. February 16, 1853. TT AVIS HAMS Just received a lot of Da JL J vW Extra Hams, for sale by Fk a, '53. WJLSONS & HYATT. Ooing to Mew Orleans. P URCHAsE YOUR CLOTHING of ALFRED MUNROE & CO., 34 Maga zine Street. The great feature with them is, tlic large stock alwHys kept, of Gentlemen's, Boys', and Chil dren's Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At this house, the price of every article is marked upon it. People, whether good or bad judges, need have no fears of being cheated, for after the purchase of any article, should any dissatisfac tion exist, the money will be refunded on its being returned. No trouble to show goods with them, as their whole object is to please those who favor them with a call Overcoats of every description. Walkjng Coats' of all kinds. Business Coats of all kinds. Dress and Frock Coats of all kinds. Cloth Cloaks of various qualities. Talma and Khaban Cloaks, new article. Pantaloons of all kinds. Vests of all kinds. Undershirts and Drawers of all kinds. Half Hose and Gloves of all kinds. Cotton and Linen Shirts of all kinds. Cravats and Scarfs magnificent assortment. Handkerchiefs and Suspenders. AESO A very superb assortment of BOY'S Sc CHILDREN'S CLOTHISG. To Steamboat Captains, Piiots.'Ete. CC!F Your particular attention is invited to our verv large assortment of Overcoats of Every Description F IR BEAVERS, HIMALAYA CLOTHS, HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS, DEVON SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR BLANKETS, MOTTLED BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC. In all of which goods we have some EXTRA LONG COATS, manufactured expressly for your use. 0C5 You had better call and p irehase one if yOu want something comfortable. ALFRED MUNROE & CO. 34 Magazine st., corner Dec. 15, 1852.-1 y. of Gravier. SPRING GOODS. NOW that our stock of Spring Goods is complete, we may safely invite our friends and the public in general to pay us a visit and examine tor themselves. A3 to the cheapness and quality of our goods, we do not hesitate to say that no one can com pete with us Vhblesale or retail for the follow iug articles: Barege, Plain Colored and figured, 44 Rich Robes, 44 first and second mourning, French Lawns, Jaconets and Organdies, American 4 44 44 Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered, White and Colored robes. Plaid, Checked And Striped Cambrics, 44 44 44 Swiss Muslins, Plaid Muslins for curtains and bars, 44 44 embroidered and Jacquard, Curtains white and colored, 44 Calicoes, Turkey Red ai.d Buff, tjinirhams, small and large checks, PRINTS. Ar.ierican, French and English, from the most renowned manufacturer, Nettings Linen and cotton for bars, White Bobinet for Bars, White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-1 Irish Linens for Shirting, pure flax, Frerich 44 12-4," for sheeting, pure flax, Table Linens, Damasked, White andBr'wn, Table Cloths, p! a in, in setts, Linen Diapers, Bird's eye, Russia, Cotton Diapers, Brown linen damask by the yard, Summer SiA s Checked, Plaid find Plain, Black and changeable colors. Crape Black, Pink, White and Buff, French Embroideries just from Paris, such as Mantillas, Capes, Joses, ladies vests, chem isettes; undersieeves, Capes and Handkerchiefs. Laces Black and white, Silk, lhread, Val- tncinnes, anu coiion. ; BLACK SILK LACE VEILS, Ribbons, Gloves Filet, Kid, Silk, Thread and cot ton, tor missea, ladies and gents. Handkerchiefs Plain and bordered linen cambiic, Silk, Corah, Pongee, &c. Cravats black bilk, and Uatiste. ouspen- ders of all qualities. White cotton Fringes. Madras Handkerchiefs. Cotton Foulards. Hosiery Ladies white, Black and Colored cotton, lisle, thread and silk, nlain, embroi dered and open worked, French grey Cotton Ho6e. Children's cotton hose, of all colors and sizes, Men's so ton, white, brown, mixed half hose, 4 Drawers and undershirts, . Silk 44 Linen bosom Shirts at all prices 44 Fancy colored 44 Ladies Gaiters, black silk arid lasting, colored 44 44 Shoes, kid and morocco, black aridcbPd, l" Bootees, 44 44 44 44 44 glippeni 44 44 44 Men's Slippers, tapestry and morocco, 44 Shoes, patent leather, lasting, dtc. 44 Kossotrth Boots, Misses Gaiters of all descriptions, Boy's Shoet of all s t s, Children's shoes of all 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, plaute, striped, cottonades, linen drill ings, white, brown arid colored. Bleached and unbleached domestic s, White' arid brown cotton drills, 4-4, Jv4,6-4, 104, 134, brown and white sheetings ; Hats, caps, &c, &c. Mattings white and cheeked 4-4,-5 4 6-4. 1 MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, March 16, 1853. VAN LOON. PAXTON & Co. LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG. Machinist, Iron and Braas 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, 1853-ly. 9IK AID SHUSH (ML WE have to daj received the balance of the Spring and Summer stock of staple and fancy goods, carefully selected ih the eastern cities, and are ready and anxious to wait on all who may be pleased to give as a Call. May 2, 1854. JAS. THARP & CO. r'a XTE have a very excellent assortment ot tools " of all kinds on hand and for mm. May 2d, 1853. J. THARP f CO. CANDIDATES. 03" We are authorised to announce W. H. STUBBLEFIELD, Senior, a candidate for the House of Representatives, in the next State Leg islature. He is in favor of Jeff. Davis foi U. . Senator. OCT' We aro authorized to announce A. H. HANDY, of Madison, as a candiate for Judge of the High Court of .Errors aad Appeals, for the First District counties: Hinds, Warren, Washington, Bolivar, Rakin, Scott, Newton, uauderdale, Kemper, Neshoba Leake, Madison Yazoo, Holmes, Sunflower, Attala, Winston, Noxubee and Issaquena. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. 07- We are authorised to announce the name of N. H. LUSE as a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the next No vember election. 0GTS. M. PHILLIPS is a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Yazoo county. Election next November. 03" We are authorised to announce JAS PER RY as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the ensu ing election. 03" We are authorized to announce J. T. RUSSELL, Jr.. as a candidate ior Circuit Clerk, at the ensuing election. 07-We are authorized to announce GEO. B.WILKINSON as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. 03" We are authorized to announce JOHN B. DEASON as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the ensuing electi in. 03"" We are authorized to announce . WASSON as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. ffc We arc authorized to announce S. D. LIVINGSTON as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the ensuing election. FOR TREASURER. fjy" We are authorized to announce TETER B. COOK as a candidate for county Treasurer, at the ensuing election. OCT" We are authorised to announce JAMES THARP as a candidate for county Treasurer at the ensuing election. 03" We are authorised to announce JOHN P. STREET, as a candidate for Conn Ly Treasurer, at the ensuing election. 03" We are authorized to announce ALEX. SMITH, as a candidate for County Treasurer, at tlie ensuing election. . 03 We are authorised to announce R. M. WINN as a candidate for County Treasurer, at tttfe next November clectiqn fjtf We are authorized to announce WILL IAM iJjAY as a candidate for cob nty Treasu rer at the ensuing election. FOR ASSESSOR 03" We are authorized to announce, the name of W. H. MANGUM as a candidate for Assessor. Election next fall. 03" We are authorised to announce W m. R. WRENN as a candidate for Assessor, at the next November election. Qr We are authorised to announce JOEL SHERRARD as a candidate for Assessor at the ensuing election; , UT We are authorised tdiinuouncrjtbe name of BENJ. F. ADAMS, as a candidate for Asses sor, at the ensuing election. 07" We are authorized to announte R. H. M. LUSE for Assessor of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. 03" We are authorized to announce JAM Jvi M. GRIFFIN as a candidate for re-election to the office of assessor at the ensuing election. 03 We are authorised to announce WILL IAM HOWSON as - candidate for Assessor at the ensuing election. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. fj7-We are authorized to announce JOHN B. HEMPHILL as a candidate for District At torney at the ensuing election. 03T are authorized to announce THEO DORE DOTY as a candidate for District At torney of the Fifth Judicial District, at the en suing election. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. fjT" We are authorized to announce. GEO. W. DOUG II ARTY as a candidate tor Probate Judge of Yazoo county, at the next election rrT- We are authorized to announce F. W. QUACKENBOSS as a candidate for Probate Judge of Yazoo cousty, at the ensuing election. FOR PROBATE CLERK. 03" We are authorized to announce JAMES H. BELL, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Probate Clerk at the ensuing election. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. 03 We are authorised to announce MOR GAN L. FITCH as a candidate for Circuit Judtre of the Full Judicial District at the ensu ing election. 03 We are authorized to announce lion. Q. D. GIBBS, as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, at the ensuing election. Q-We are authorized to announce E. G. HENRY, Esq, of Canton as a candidate for Cir cuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, at the ensuing election. FOU SHERIFF: f)7- We are authorized to announce M. A. JENKINS as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Yazoo county, at the ensu ing election. FOR RANGER. 03" We aire authorized to announce A. J. HERROD, as a candidate for Ranger of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. 03" We are authorized to announce G. W. JONES as a candidate for Ranger of Yazoo county, at the ensuing election. JAMES WRIGHT. ABRAHAM J. WRIGHT. A. J. WRIGHT & CO CO 2 TON FAC TORS aad COMMISSION AND FORWAREING MER CHANTS, No. Gravier Street, New Orleans. February 4, 1853-ly WATCHES , JEWELRY. JUST received and for sale at reduced prices, a new supply of superior quality and style watches and jewelry. Watches repaired and warranted as usual. o. a, W LL,un. January 12, 1853. C. O. JACKSON, JAS. H. PUTNAM, W. W. CATCHINGS. C. O. JACKSON & CO. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, 3cc, Successors to B. W. Jack. Washington Street, Vicksburg, Miss. Hardware and Queensware, T1TE keep a full assortment of the above arti- f f cles always on hand. May 2, 1853. J. THARP Sl CO. Plank Road. THE Books of subscription to the Yazoo and Big Black Plank Road Company are now open at the Banking House of J. J. Mich ie & Co., to receive stock subscriptions neces sary to continue said road to, and across Big Black river. D. W. RANDOLPH, Yazoo city, May 11, 1855, Sec'ry. NEW-ORLEANS CARDS, Thoa. Waters, J. B. Camden, Ghaa. Waters. WATERS. C A If BE I & E8. COTTON FACTORS AND Commission JHevr!)ant0, NO. 102 POYDRAS STREET, TCrfo rlrar.u. C.1ALK, Jr, &0 Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Jmtcg anb Staple SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, traces, Gloves and tte&B Goods. NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, Between Common and Gravier Streets,) New Ob leans. Also Imported and Domestic Straw Goods. Dae 15, 1852. n6.-ly. Feet, Simins & CO. IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS IN NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 15, 1652. J. C. SMITIIER & CO. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, NO. 10, CANAL STREET, New Oheeans December 15, 1852. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND tfommtanon ilterdjauie, Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & Domestic LIQUORS No. ao New lcvee, December, 15, 1852. Ijr. JOSEPH U. TALMER. JAMES II. MASSEV. Joseph II. Palmer & lo. IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS t N FOREIGN & DOMESTIC 47 Camp Street, above Gravier, Dec. 15, 1352. New-Orle ans NEW-ORLEANS Carriage vjyrjy Ware - House. I. MARSH, DENMAN & CO. 81 & 83. Common Street, opposite VEitANtiAri Hotel. piTIT? .Lkrf a.i ia. .-kiioU.v. X city. Our stock consists of some 200 Car- riages, comprising Caleches, Coaches, Rocka ways, Barrouches and Buggies, with and with out Tops. And almost every variety used in the United States, manufactured in New Jersey, and for wale cheaper than at any other eetablibh ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance. Purchasers will please call arid examine our stock and judge for themselves. f, MARSH, DENMAN Si CO. December 15, 1852 NEW SHOE STORE. 123 32a E 532 Wholesale BOOTS, HATS, Dealer in SHOES, CAPS, No. 70, Gravier Street, December 15, 1852. New Orleans FANTON & TURLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fancy and staple or y Woods, CLOHH1NG, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Corner of Washington and China Streets, VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI. YAZOO CITY Carriage Manufactory. POWELL & HILLIARD, Afbt'n Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi, HAVING taken in addition to our former extensive Manufactory, the establishment lately occupied by Mr. C. II . Primm, opposite our old stand, would respectfully inform the public that we have made extensive additions to our stock of Carriages, both ot our own and Northern arid Eastern Manufactories. Com prising Coaches, Coachees, falling top Barou ches and Chariottees, Rockaways, slide seat Buggies of superior style, with extension tops, combining the convenience of Barouche or Rockaway. Also roll up side top Buggies, Giggs, Pheatons, and open Buggies of ellegant ESttern for single or double harness. Also !uggy and Coach Harness, Whips of all pat terns, riding Bridles, Martingals. Bridle bits, stirrup irons. Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys ri ding Saddles of all patterns, of our Own man ufacture. Saddle-bags an'd Spurs alto Fly Nets of all colors. Webbing for saddle-girt, hand-holders and furnishing goods of all kinds for saddle and harness, manufacture. Also, Oil Ctfroet, Brussels do., and carpet fringe, Enamelled cloths of all colors, patent Dash aud 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, dim ask of all patterns arid Colors, silk for fe itoons, fringes for do., silk arid worsted Tufts, holder tassels, broad and narrow Laces, tufting but tons of all colors, tufting and band nails. Tacss of all sizes, brass and silver knobs, jap panned braas and silver glass frames. Coach bandies and locks, bolts of all sizes, screws do., Springs, Ajcels, top props and capped Nrita, astlngs of all kinds. Alsoa good assortment of Blacksmith's tools, Coach varnish, Paints, Leads die. Also Buggy and Wagon hubs. 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 Carts. Dray and wagon Harness, and ars, keep constantly on hand Trace Chains, Collars, Bridles, whips and all heavy articles used for such purpose . All of which we oner for sale on reasonable terms tor caso or approved credit. Persons wishing any thing in our line, will find to their interest to call and cxarrlue our stock before purchashing elsewhere. REPAIRING of all kinds connected with our business, done with neatness and dispatch, and all orders for new work thankfully receiv ed and satisfaction given. April 20th, 1853, CONVERSE & CO. Grocer and Dealer In Western1 PRODUCE. No. Tchoupitoulas, corner of Lafayette St. Offer for sale the following Goods, together with many articles in their line, not cnu mosated below, Which will bo sold low . for Cash rir pood Crty A ceptan- (. tFah' Irnperlu?. Gunpowder, Young Hyim, chug, Ooleog. COFFE E . Rio, Havana, Jamaca, Lasupra, Cho Java, Mocha. S U b ; A K . Louisiana, Havana. New York and N leans. Loaf, Crnshcd, PowJer.l, Clan Granulated. MOLASSES Plantation, Sugar House, New Y Louisiana Syrups. FLO U R . k and Extra St. Louis. SuDcrfmo St. J; lib,. Ohio, "urn Meal nnd Howwufy. FISH. AlACKt ni.L, Nor. 1 and in barrel, Fam hfjr rels, qr. bbl., and kittf. No. Z lr bf.U Herrings, in barrels and lull' barrel. Salmon, in kittaand half kit's. Codfish, in boxes nnd diiim. Herring, in bux's. OILS. Castor, Lard, Linseed, While, Sperm, Tan ners, Olive. PROVISIONS. Mes and Prime Pork, Mra Bbcf in bbl. m:l half bbls., Prime Reef, Ribbed and (1 U;r Sn Shoulders, Srgar Cured and plain Hams; lri d Beef and Tongues, Pickled Tongues, Lnri, Bu:ter, Cheese, Jfohen Prfgjiijh, dairy nnd western, Beafte, Potatoes. Onions, coarse, fine, table and rice Salt. CANDLES. Sperm, Star, Admantinc, Tafbr. SOAP. Win oh pier's, Livermorc', Eagle, Jackson'' Munt's Exra, Casiile, Fancy Bar, Varieg.it.-d, Toilet, Shaving. Shaving Cream. FRUITS, N U Tb A C. Raisins, Almonds. Grapes, Currants, Prm Figs, Brazil Nuts, Pecart Nutr; Citron, Ciaii berrie, Dried Apples, Dried reaches. PAPER, & C. Writing, Wrapping, Playing Card, in variety Cotioti Twine, Lamp Wick. PICKLES, CATSUPS &l Underwood's Davin' and Wells, M.& Tnr PICKLES, Id gallbrfs, half, quarter nnd eighth callona. CATSUP Totnatto, Walim Mushroom, Worcestershire. SAUCE K Water. Pie Fruit, Currant Jellies, Assorted Jel lies, Pepper Sauce, Havana PictervrR, Arnerh-.tn Preserves in plass and tin, Canton fJinger, Ca- ! PC". Olives r-aimon, i.ousier, CMma iinu . u, d,C' m c3- SPICES. AC Kentucky Tvlustard, Cassia in mats and Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Pepper, Allrpice tn gin, Cayenne Topper. W O O D E N - W A R E . Backet, Tubs, Brooms, wa h Boards Joth' I Mautl! t Pin?, Shoe Brushes, Scrub B.-u Lines, Bed Cord.?, Matches, DRUGS, & r . Indigo, Copperas, Salaeratus, Brimstone, Lump Black, Spanish Browri, C'arb. Soda, Cream Tarta 1 Camphor, Madder, Alum, Effeorn Salts, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Magnesia, Quinine, Sealing-Wuv . LIQUORS, & c . Cognac and Domestic Brandy, Jamaica Rum. New England do. Now Orleans do, Holland Gin, American do, Irish Whiskey, Scotli d. Rectified do, Monongahe'a do, Bourbon do Madeira Wine, Sherry do, Oporto do, Mai do, Muscat do. Champagne do, Claret do, Bran dy Cherries, Brandy Peaches, Caracoa, Mam schino, Absyn.the, Aunfoettc, Cordial, Stougb ton's Bitters, Lemon Syrup, Assorted do, Por ter, Ale, Gider, Entice Peppermint. TOBACCO. SEGARS AND SNUFF. A large assortment WT ttJllACCO CIGARS of all qualities Cuba Si.e. SUNDRIES. Starch. Powder and Fire Crack., it. ! hot, P.i Lea j, Nails. Ink. ItiicaropijVermicelU, Candy Corks, Bottles, Pipes, Fkufrs, White U.. Glass, Putty, Blacking. CO-ORDEBS PROMPTLY feXfiOOTfili December 15, 18.VJ. CCT Wm. P: Converse, T. M. Ctamw., Wm. P. Converse, Jr. Removal. OM. SIMPSON, formerly of 50 Can;. I would respectfully inform his friend. ait' siumer, iijbi ne nas jusi removed to too Spacious Store, lie, CANAL S TB EE T. where he will constantly keer, a supply ol Plantation, Household & Fa'acy Dry Good which wiPi enable him to fill a bill thr.Wgh, at the low prl ce3 Which have always characterized1 trlfr horn . , O. M. SIMPSON, 116, Canal Street, To'.wva Row, New OrleaM May 4, 1853. N. B. Couitry ord -rspiompUy filled. 1. o. o. P. J-ANCHESTER Lodge No. 31, meets , 1 r,hnrday evening at 8 o'clock V. M. at the Odds Vellowa' HaB: J as. H. Br.Li.,N. G. W. S. Epperson, V. Ci 'no. G. Powell, R. S. H. A. Nunnai.lv, Tren . H. HoLiits, Per. Sec'ry. 1 J PTHCAH Encampment of Patriarch No. J -A 10, meets the sccoad and foftrlhTuet.! in each month, at! 3 o'clock, P. M. WM. Wvmai. p. P. Jim if. Bill. S. W. James Tharp, H. P. Tijos. Metzler, J W. D. M. lioLUNoswosTH, T H. Holmes, Srribo Yszoo City, January 6, 1853. A4iitfiscrafor'0 Notice. AS Administrator 6f thb estate of WIHfaW Wilson,, deceased, I will at the Joly Term, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county . prCscut my final account for settlement and allowance THOS. J. FOfclt, Adm r May 4, 1853-20-10t. WRIGHT, WILL1AM8 & CO COTTON FACTORS, 61, Uirioa Row , CAHoisrrjE,rr Str flt HE W or w f jv M be always ready and wilLng to make liber 1 cw advances on consignments to them. XvZ 1 alto furnish pUfttatmu supplies Ax. p- O'DONNELL. Yaco City, Oct 6. 1852. washlngtow miswt, vicksburg Manufacturers of Reotfitod Whiskey, WILL supply merchants with an axf ra ar ticle, warranted to be equal to nv brought from the West, at lowest rates Tftet win use every exertion to maJta it to their kl terest to purchase the article made si hmn