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Frivolities There is one pious duty at least which a vege tarian caanot do, and that is, "to say grace before meat." The beat cure for melancholy is anger- We once knew a fellow who was saved from suicide by just pulling his nose. Dobbs says, the best "female physician" is a husband. Nine times out of ten marriage will do a girl more good than anv other medicine in the world. A pretty woman is like a great truth or a grea: happiness, and has no more right to bundle her self up under a green veil or any other similar abomination, thau the sun has to put on green spectacles. They are getting up a new style of hogs out west. The inventor thinks that by giving them pewter with their corn he can raise pig lead from them. Time roust determine. To see a wasp-waisted young lady, in ringlets and an abundance of flounces, gracefully sail to the bead of the table, and with a voice as angel icasa tenor flute, call to the waiter for a plate of cold pork and beans, is the most trying thing romance can encounter. The most beautiful flowers are those which are double, such as double pinks, double rose! and double dahlias. What an argument is this against the chilling deformity of single bedsteads! 'Go marry," is written on everything beautiful that the eye rests upon beginning with birds of paradise, and leaving off with apple blossoms. CONVERSE & CO. Or ccrs and Healers in Western PRODUCE. No. 07 Tchoupitoulas, corner of Lafayette St Offer for sale the ollowing Goods, together with many articles in their line, not enu merated below, which will be sold low for Cash or good City Acceptances. TEAS. Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, ? 'OW- ctiog, oolong. COFFEE. Rio, Hav sua, Jainaca, Lagnpra, Choice Old Java, Mocha. SUG.AR, Louisiana, Havana. New York and New Or leans. Loaf, Crushed, Powdered, Clarified, Granulated. 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, qr bbls., a"d kitts, No. 3 in bbls Herrings, in barrels and half barrels. Salmon, in kitts and half kitts. Codfish, in boxes and drums. Herring, in boxes. OILS. C ist-:.r, Lard, Linseed, Whale, Sperm, Tan ners, utive. PROVISIONS, .ueps andfrime Fork. Mess Beef in bbls. and half bbls., Prime Beef, Ribbed and Clear Sides, t'L...u o - , i . . . oMuuiutfrs, orar iurea and plain Hams; Dried Baef and Tongses, Pickled Tongues, Lard, Bu:ter, Cheese, goshen English, dairy anri western, Beans, Potatoes. Onions, coarse, fine, table and rice Salt. CANDLES. Sperm, Star, Adraantine, Tallow. SOAP. Winohes'er's. Livermore's, Eagle, Jackson's JVIunt's Extra. Castile, Fancy Bar, Variegated. Toilet, Shaving, Shaving Cream. FRUITS, NUTS, & C. Raisins, Almonds, Grapes, Currants, Prune Fig3, Brazil Nuts, Pecan Nuts; Citron, Cran berries, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches. PAPER, &, C. Writing, Wrapping, Plavin? Cards, in grea1 variety Cotton Twine, Lamp Wick. PICKLES, CATSUPS &c. Underwood's Davis' and Wells, M.& Provost e PICKLES, in gallons, half, quarter and one eight i gallons. CATSUP Tomatto, Walnu. Mushroom, Worcestershire. SAUCE Ros Water. Pie Fruit. Currant Jellies. Aeanrtftd Jel lies, Pepper Sauce, Havana Preserves, American Preserves m glass and tin, Canton Ginger. Ca pers, Olives Salmon, Lobster, Shad and Sar nies, m sealed cans. SPICES, &C. Kentucky Mustard, Cassia in mats and glass Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Pepper, Allspice Gin gin, Cayenne Pepper. WOODEN-WARE. Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, wash Boards clothes Pins, Shoe Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Manilla Lanes, .bed Cords, Matches, DRUGS, &c. Indigo. Copperas, Salaeratns. Brimstone. Lamrj B.a.-k, Spanish Brown, Carb. Soda. Cream Tartar Ca-nphor, Madder, Alum, kpom Salts, Su.pnur. oaiipstre, Luagaeii, quinine, oeanng-wax LIQUORS, Ate. Cognac and Domestic Brandy, Jamaica Rum, New England do. New Orleans do, Holland Gin, American do, Irish Whisl.ey, Scoth do. Reclined do, Monongahela do, Bourbon do. Madeira Wine. Sherry do. Oporto do, Malaga ao, iuuscat do. unarapagne do, uiaret do. Bran dy Cherries, Brandv Peaches, Curacoa, Mara sch'mo, Absynfhe, Antilsette, Cordials, Stouirh- ton s Bitters, Lemon Syrup, Assorted do, Por ter, Ale.'Gider. Essence Peppermint. TOBACCO. SEGARS AND SNUFF. A large assortment of TOBACCO CIGARS of all qualities Cobs Sixes. SUNDRIES. Starch. Powder and Fire Crackers, Shot, Ba Lea , Nails. Ink Macaroni, Vermicelli, Candy Corks, Bottles, Pipes, Flasks, White Laa't. Glass, Putty. Blacking: OCT ORDEKS PROMPTLY EXECUTED, December 15, 1S52. Cry Wm. P. Converse, T. M. Converse. Wm. P. Converse, Jr. Administrator's Notice. I WILL at the July Term 1853 f ihe Probate Cnurt of Yazoo county, present my annual account as Administrator De Bonis Non of Robert Spiars, deceased, for audition and al Iowa nee. JOHN C. SPIARS, June 29, 1853-34-4t, Adm'f. De B. non LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. THE S TATE OF MISsISSI PI, Yazoo Co u n t y . Probate Court May Term, 1853. 7b all persons interested in the estate of Andrew W. Usher, deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and nppeai before the Probate court of Yazoo county on the 4th Monday in Aug , 1853, then aim there to show cause if any you can why the final account of Samuel Dilley, Admistntor ot Androw W. Usher, deceased, should not be allowed nd his letters surrendered. And further to do and suffer such things a shall be considered and oidered hy our said Court in the premises, am' it is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat 'or the tpace ot sixty days. Witness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Juilg of the Frobate Court of Yazoo county, the 4tl Monday in May, A. D. 1853, and seal c said court. Issued the 30 ih day of May A. D. 1853. JAMES H. BELL, June 1, 1853-10t-30, Clerk THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Yazoo County. Probate Court May Term 1853. To all persons interested in the lands, ten ements Sec, of Clarence J. Swart mm!, a minor. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before the Probate Court ot said county, on tin- 4ili Monday in July 1833, then and there to shew cause if any you can, why nn order should n i be made f r the sale of the following Ascribed Land to-wit: an undivided halt' interest iu the west-half of south-weft quarter of Section 1 ; ill of Section 2 north-half of Secti on 11 north-west quarter of Section '2, all In Town ship 12. Rangl East, 5n taid county of Yazoo, and further to do and sutfer such things an shall be considered and ordered by our aid court in the premises. It is further ordered that publication of thi citation be made in the "Yazoo Democrat" for the space of sixty days. Witness the Hon. U. JJ. WjlktnaoH, j c i Judge of the Probate court of Yazoo ) county the fourth Monday in May, A. D. 1853. and Seal of said court. Issued the 30th day of May, 1853. JAMES H- BELL Clerk. June 1,1-30-101. Guardian's Sale ot Land. B Y virtue of an order of ihe Prolnte Couri of Yazoo countv, made at the February Term thereof l-53, I will, as Guirdian of So- phenia and Mary F. Johnson (minors) ot? Mn- dav the 25th of Julv next, at the court house door of Yazoo countv, Miss., in Yazoo citv. offer for pale to the hisrhest hid. lor. on a credit of twelve mmths, the following describe i bndBeril evv an, verv rj( h and beautifnl. to wit: the north-eas quarter of tho north-1 east quarter of Section 34, Township 12, llatitfi 2 West, lvinff in said countv and State afor said. Note with approved security will be re quired beiore deed given tor the p-emi-es. DAViD HALL, Guardian. June 1, 153. PAINTS, OIL, Ac. JUST received 2.500 Lbs. pure Wh.te Lead, 5 B'ds. Linseed Oil, 3 do Spfs. Turpentine, and a full supply of Window Sash. Glas and rutty. WILSONS & HYATT. Yazoo City, May 18, 1853. LARD OIL 160 Gallons No Just received by 1 Lard Oil- Feb. 16, 1853. WILSON & HYATT Executor's Notice. 4 T the June Term. 1853, of the Probate J Court of Yazoo county, I will, as Ex'X'u tor of J. J. Wooldridge. deceased, present my annual account for settlement end allowance. W. J. LEAKE, Executor. May 11, 1853-27-4t. WLTO'S HOTEL. HAV1INU- purchased the property recently occupied bv the Commer ial B'irik of Manchester, I am airain prepared accomm da'e my friends and t he travelling public, and embrace this opportunity of tender ing to them mv sincere thinks for their former iheral patronage, and also for their kind for earanc;e since the fire. No effort or expense hall be wanting on my part, to make W i ms 'Iotel. in every department, one of the best lutein in the State. R. M. WINN. Jan. 12, 1S53 -tf. ST. CHARLES EXCHANGE. rHE St. Charles is now thoroughly finished and reopened in a style far superior in ev ry regp ct to any establishment of the kind in the State of Mississippi, or p obably in the whole Southern country. It comprises an area of fifty by one hundred eet, and contains a Bi liard fc aloon, two bow ling Aileys, Restaurant and otuer convenient and necessary fixtures. Especial care will be tbserved in furnishing the bar invaribly with the choicest wines, liquors &c, and the restur ant with all the luxuries the market affords. The secluded location, copacious arrange ment, and combined advantages of this estab lishment, render it eminently a desirable and pleasant resort. The business will be conducted by the most competent and gentlemanly men, and no exer tion will be omitted calculated to merit a gen ral patronage. February 2, 1853. Credit Sale of Land and Negroes. lAiLL be sold on a credit to suit purchasers, M a fine Tract of Land in Yazoo county, (situated on Silver Creek) containing 900 acres. Two hundred and sixi v open, and above the high water oi 1850 also 30negroes, 25 of which are good and efficient hands 15 mules of superior qualitystock, wagons, oxen and farming uten sils, most of which are new ancrMn good repair. To a person wishing to purchase, great induce ments are ottered to engage here. For particu lars enquire of N. G. fit S. E. NYE. Yazoo City, Jan. 19. 1853. JAMES H. PATTERSON, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 0, Locust Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Refer to Messrs. Shropshire & Massey, and R. R. Williamson & Co., Yazoo City. Oct. 13, 1852. At the Old Cheap Store. Mattings. YTTE h ve ju it received an invoice of .Mattings, ' which we offer for sale eheaper ?hn ever they were sold in this market. Although this article is very scarce in Vicksburg, our priaea will he-found very moderate. Our stck con sists dl 2,000 yards 6-4 White ; 2,000 " 5-4 " 2,000 "4-4 2,000 " 4-4 Checked MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, Feb 9. 1853. VlCKSBURCr CARDS. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS! At wholesale and retail, by WM. H. STEVENS, No. 2, Washington St. Yicksburg, Miss. IHE subscriber takes pleasure in now offer ing to his customers and the public, the lar est, most complete and best selected stock ot. CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS iver brought to the Sn.te His long experience m mauufttdujrinK lor the Southern market, has enabled him, he thinks, to suit tlie wants and tustes of all classes. Wholesale purchasers, as well as all others, are invited to examine Ins ex lensive stock of rich, fashionable and new style FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, &e, which shall be sold on as iruod terms as in New Orleans, or elsewhere iu the South West as is i nested by his heavy sales to Merchants and oth ers who have tried the markets. His stock com prises every thing in the Clothing and Furnish ing line &c, for gentleman, youths and boys. COATS. Frock. Dress, Frock Tee and Register Black, Brown, Blue, Violet, Olive& green frocks, do do do do Frock Tees and Sacks, do do do do Registersand Paletotb F.inct Cassimere Business and Sporting Suits, Black and colored French Doeskin Coats, Business coats af all kinds, qualities end Sizes, Superfine black Ctotb Dress Coats. OVER, COATS. Cloth, Beaver, Doeskin, Petersham, &c, Sujeriine Blut k. Brown and Blue Cloth, Black and Brown Hitnmalaya, Grey, Clouded nd Col'd Beaver and Petersham, Blue, Drab, Grey anil matted Blanket. CLO A ivS. Fine Black Cloth, long and short, Super. Cictronean Himmalaya Talmas and tJiick Cloth Talmas, ncfa indeed. YOUTHS AND BOYS. Coats, Pants Vests sod Suits, Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed and Satinet Coats, Beaver and Blanket Over Coats, &c, PANTS. Black and Fancy Casi meres. Clouded and Checked Cassimere and Santinet. BUek and Fancv Doeskin French and English Heavv Bongeau, Sheepsgrev and Satiuet. VEST'S. New styles and beautiful patterns; Rich Sili; Plush and Velvet, rilai k and Fancy Silk and Satin. Fancy Cash im ere nd Valencia, Black and. colored Watered Silk veryattractive. Black Cloth and Satin embroidered, Partv Vests in great variety and beautiful. SHIRTS. Linen. Linen bosoms and collars; Some without collars. Fancy Mnslin, Alt kinds and qualities of shins for men and boys Under Shirts Merino. Lamb's Wool, Silk, Shaker. Flannel. Cotton and Lisle. DitAWBKS Drilling and Net. Brown and White. Silk, Flannel, Merinoand Canton flannel if Cbavats asd Stocks Black and Fancy Silk an I Satin of every conceivable quality and pat- II si dvcerch i eks Silk. China cord. Spittlefield u I Linen' Cambric, all sorts an I sizes. Half Hoof Domestic and British. Merino "Silk, Wool. Borwn and White Cotton and Cotton vi:h Merino feet. Gloves Kind of all colors, sizes and quali ties. Buckskin. Castdmere. Veruna, Cloth Fleeced Hats Beaver. Moleskin. Silk. Black Drab. White and Pearl Kossuth and French, all of the latest stv'e.s men's and boy's. Cap- Men's Youth's and Bov's Militarv. loth. Oil Silk, glazed and silk Plush. Boots and Shoes Best Calf sewed and neg- eed. SiTSPEHDEKS Silk. Gum Elas'ic. Linen. &C Walking Canes Whalebone. Hickory, Edo ny Mai a ecu, ficc, with gold, silver, oxadized, ivo rv crooked and fanev heads. Trunks. Carpet Bags and Valines. Oil Cloth and India Rubber Suits. Cloak. Legaras, Caps. &c. together with manv artir les. which would be an en lies? work to enumerate such as dressing uowns. money belts, purses, porte monnias.dressius eases cigar cases. Roger's Worstenholm's and Wade & Butcher's best knives and razors, shirt collars, hair brushes, combs, pocket bonks perfumery. &c. CXTW Call at the establishment and sae for yourself. WM. H. STEVENS. December. 15. 1852. CHARLES COX. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. STOVES! STOVES! THE subscriber i now in receipt if a large and very superior lot of Stoves of the most improved patterns, selected by himself from the celebrated manufactory of D. & J. Wkight& Uo., Louisviiie. Amon' which are PREMIUM COOKING STOVES of the ru .st improved patterns, and all sizes, with furniture complete. Uuii n No. 1 to 4 Premium No. 1 to 5. Steamboat and Parlor Franklins. Star Franklins tor wood or coal. Wood Rangers, open and flu ed Coureous ficc, together wi.h Castings, Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans. Gridirons, Furnaces, Grates, Brass Ket tles, Dog Imns, Sad Irons, ficc. WOODDEN-WARE, HARD-WARE ficC. Tubs, painted Buckets, Churns. Coffee Mills, Dippeas, Well Buc'etB, Ice Freezers, Rolling Pins, W ood Suws, Brooms, a superior lot of Zinc Premium Washboards, Sieves, Fawcets, Spades. Shovels, Chest and Trunk Locks. Bikd Cages. Mockin, Canary Birds fitc Cistern Pumps. Douglass Patent, a superi or article ; Beer Pumps, improved pattern. Tin W,are. A very full assortment of his own manifaciure, embracing every article in the line, together with Tin Plate, Block Tin Block and heej. Zinc, Pig and Sheet Lead Spelter Solder, Rivets, Copper Wire, Lead ant Copper Pipe. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work made to or der; buildings roofed with Copper, Zinc or Tn Tin Gutters and Spouts made, &c. Also, on hand, a lot of Fire Brick and Fi. ?l.v. Repairs of all kinds, in the above line, don on the shortest notice and on reasonable tern Orders solicited and strictly attended to. CHARLES COX, Next door to W. F. Svviney, Crawford Stre. Uec. 15, Vicksburg, Miss. J net Received from Pari A a re asaurtinaui of Embroideries, consi ting of Chemisettes, Paletots, Undersieeves, Coi lars, Caps and Handkerchiefs. MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, Feb. 9, 1958. KITCHEN, BAILEY & CO. GENERAL GROCERS, 14 CANAL STREET, On the Levee, between Goftom-Hoaee and the Elver, Planters' Supplies, Family & Boat Stores Of the best quality, df- on the most liberal terms. (C1RCU LAR . ) New-Orleans, November S, 1852. Sir Hnndinjp you above nur Business Card, beg tocnllyour attention to our Hoo.s, and eolirit an exHrniimiion of our Stock nnd Prices, kssurinc vou thai both will he found as satls t'neory as those Of ary other Grocers III the City. Our supplies are bought for Cash, nrxl elected with the greatest care, wiih a view of o-ivimr satisfaction to our customers. We in- vite acall and a lull examination ft our snx-k .. . . . . .. . and prices. Terms liberal, either tor cash or good paper. below we (ftvp a nsr oi some or ine nrticiee we shall at all times keep on hand. Planters sendiiig their onlers direct to us will be fur nished with articles, not in our line, at tfte low est city prires. ours, Kespectfullv, KITCHEN, PATTISON & RAILEY. Sugar Bro.vn. larined Magnolia, Havana, Powdered, Crushed, Loaf, Nos. 1, 2, Northern & New-Orleans. Coffee Rio. Havana, St Domingo, Lvguay ra. Java in pockets 3 lbs. Mocha do. Molasses Common, Reboiled. Su'ar-House. STBUF Golden. Sugar-Ho.ise. Tea Blnci . Green and Mixed of great va riety of brands and qu: li ies. Flour I diio and St. Louis brand iu barrels and half barre s. Buckwheat In half-barrels, kegs, boxes and bags. Rice Fiesh Carolina. Cbackbhs Soda, iNavy, Water, Butter and Fancy. Rutter Goshen and Western. Bacon Sides; Shoulders, Jowls and Ham. Hams Best Sugar-Cured and Canvassed, N'.r- then and Wester Lard in barrels and kegs. Pork Clear, Mess Mess Ordinary an I Prime. Beef 'lear, Mess, Mess Ordinary, Prime and Faucy Northern, in half barrels. Beef Dried, mi l Venison. Tongues Beef and Buffalo. Mackerel In barrels, half-barrels and kits, N-8. 1. 2, 3. had In barrels, half-barrels and kits, 1, 2.3. Salmon In half-barrels and kits. Roe Herring In naif-barrels oud kits. Herring Smoked, in boxes. Oudhsh In b ix'-sand drums. Nos. Oystres In can and kegs. Salmon na ruines Lobster I EATS .n cans, .erme.ically sealed. CREESE Eng-lish, Northern and Western Pine Apples, Sv iss an I Fancy. l ACCAR .CCAR"NI - KM!CELL!- Italian. V El Cocoa In pipers .tnd boxes. ! -HOCOLATE French nnd Common CATSur Tomato, Walnut, Mushroom, Wor cestershire SaCSES pepper, iTfirvey, Soho and John Bull. 'i.ivF. Oil French. Spanish and Italian. Pickles Plain ;nd assorted in gallon, half gallon -i d qua rt jars. Mustard French, Northern and Kentucky. Pie Fkuit- . ( . Presei. vEs-f S!,' 1 PRUNES- French. Apples and Peachers Dried. ' 'uruakts Zaute. Olives Italian. Ra ISTNS In whole, quarter and eighth boxes. Fruit Pigs, Graqes, Coeoanuta, Almonds. Filberts, Walnuts, Pecan, Cromn Nuts, & . Lemon and Orange. jELi.v-Guava. Danihon. Plum, Currant, and Cranberry Brandt Kruits French Curdiils, Anisette. Prfil Amour, Curacao. Abayuth.ttc. BiTTERs-Boker's. Berlin; Wine and Go til ay. pEreERMiNT Essence of Svhu is Lemon and Assorted. Candies Af sorted, n boxes and cartoons. Spices-A llspire, Pepper, Cloes, .M ice, China- mon, Nmmegs, and Ginger, Can dees Tallow, Star, Adamantine, Wax tii Spi'rm. Plain and Fancy, in boxes cartoons. SOAP Castile, R-dn, Shaving an.; Fancy. Saleratus f ea r-Ash and Soda, Ve st ' ders, and St rch. Indigo "Vlai'd.M, Alum, Bornx, Brimston- and Sulphur. Spanish w-BITing-Venetian Red and pi iish Brown. Brooms Quaker and Western. Whiskey t )hio, B u:bou. Mououtrahela, Bye. Tuscaloosa aid directly imporled Sco cli and Irish. Brandy Uf a great variety of brands and i ack agres nnd of personal selection, from common to the finest imported. Wines M a 'eira, Sherry, Port, Burgundy, Claret, C- nmpagne, Muscat, Teueritie, Malaga, Hock, Barzac, &c, all of a va riety of brands, and or peisonal selec tion, some very choice. Brandy Peach and Apple. Gin Holland and American. RuM-St. Cr-ux, Jamiica and New England. Alcohol and Kose Whiskey. Porter and Ai.E-Loudou. Edinburgh, Falkirk, India, Glasgow and Philadelphia, in pirns and quarts. Champagne C ider. Vinegar Wine and Cider. Bottles Wine and Porter, in hampers. Flasks Pints and quarts in boxes. Demijohns- , i. 3 and 5 gallons. Stone Jugs Assorted. 'obacoo Manufactured and Smoking, of vari ous brands,, sorts, qualities, prices and packages. PiPESTobacco. ClGARS-Havana, Domes; ic & Plantation in ev ery variety, Cigarillas &. Shuck ' ig trs. .VlATCHES-Lucifer. iiUNFOWDER-CorjBBIori n nd very fine Rifle, SHOT-Assorteu, Bfcr Lead. Fir Crackers. Hardware Nails and Spikes, assorted. Plan tation Ploughs and Hoes, assorted. Trace Chains. Collins' Axes. Plate Block and Tin. Window Glass. Buckets and Tubs Pain tea and plain assorted. Tin Cans and BucKETs-Quart and hali-gallon for plantation use. r.iME-Cement, Plaster, Tar, Resin. & Turp'ne. UEAD-White, in kegs. Spirits of Turpentine. Saltpetre. )iL-Castor, Tanners, Whale, Sperm, Lin seed and Lard. ?AGGiNG-Kentucky and India. Rope and Twine. Gunny Bags. IiDES-Mexican and Flint. acks-Wheat, without Seam. SED-Fancy Cotton. ALT-Liverpool coarse and fine. Rock, in rrejs. Table. aper-Wrapping. rogans and RussETTS-Negro, single and double backs and riveted regular and extra sizes. Xegro-WooI Hats, Blanlets, Osnabugs, Jeans and Linecys. lNK-Markinff, in demijohns, to suit plsnters Fike BKicK-Euglish and Biioxi. QuimNE-Epsoro and Glauber Salts, in 10 lb. packages. SwuFF-Scntch, in bladders snd boxes of one dozeo bottles. Maccouba and nappee. December 15, 152. OT W. H. KICHEN, lte Kichen & Davis Grocers. NewOrleuns. Wm. H. PATTISON, late Lowe, Pattison &. Co., New Orleans. ( HAS .R. RAILEY, late of Nutchez, iMiss E. A. 1YPJ R 39 CAMP STREET, N. ORLEANS, AGENT. Has CUWS31SNTLT ON HAND a GOOD ASSOBT m k nt of FINE WaT IES..f. very d Hcription in gold 'id -il' r cases Mantel clocks: and Idueic fox es, Gold Guard, Fob. Vest chnin and "fiatn lains. Watch Se;ils EeVs, and Charms, Pfsraotid Hnby, FmeraM, Opal and Onrnei ttU'g Pius, Ear Rings, Brsci l t-. '., Cuff IMns, B. It Buektes. Gold Pent and Ptfuc41s, together withagre t varn tv of other Juwelr . Ftcv Giods Plaied Vare, etc , etc., etc , ."-iivrr Ti Setts, Pitch ers, Goblets, Sp inns, Cups, Forks, Ladles, Arspkin Kings, Vall Cel lers, etc., Fine Scissors, Pen and P ck' t Ktiives. This Stock of Goods being all on com mission will he sold at very small profits for cash, or goon city pnper. frT" E. A. . ran always manufacture, at short notice, almosi any article of Jewelry or Silver Ware that may be wanted. Diamonds and other valuable Gems re set. Canes mounted, etc. Specimens of his work can al ways he seen at the store. 7- Watches, Clocks, Time. pieces and Music-boxes of every description, carefully re paired and varrranted. Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver taken iu Exchange. A w Orleans, October 15, 1852. BROWN & AVERY, Hczt door above the Bank building Main Street Yaio. city tea KEEP cin a:.tly on hand anxlensive ae so of all kinds of : in-ware. T' y are aa i actir ng a e article of shower baths and I athinsr-tu'is. They keep always larte supply of cook i ner and parlor stoves, al; ef which ihcy will offer a.s cbead or cheapo. than they can be purchased in thu- regluu They are prepared to do all kinds ot guttering and every description of job-work with neat ness and dispatch. Persons wishing any thing in their line would do well to give them acall before purchasing elsewhere. Thank ul for the patronage which ',ae here tofore been so liberally bestowed, they hope to deserve and to receive a eontiii uar.ee of the ) m. Yazoo c'ry, August 20th 1851 ly !W l irm IIIC G 1KB O TH A 31 8c O. We the nudersigned have formed a partner ship fur the purpose of transacting a Genern Produce, Grocery and I inner husines-. V will keep Constantly on hand a irene rn assort men! or rnfmi free Vf ' (, Cut1 ry i T. 0. i i s. m s, nd Que M w Brandres re which 'I . riiGG 'Ht IT HA i W. HNl)ERS01l. LITTLES VERMIFUGE. A sure rented rocur eiiiiureii f wnruip. re uuii'ini' no otnei me fine io follevv it; Slid he- Side, it will soon restr' puu or drooping! ciiiidrei lu health ognin. it can he given te tiem -t delicate child with perfect safety, and j i u.ir -in p is.d, ii' nun lieu, by ny other. i'ut up iu vials double the usual size, , , ., in hrge bottles for plantation use, and more) thnu )(ijer cent ch iper than any other. For sale by THOMPSON d-GO. i Agent J. E. SHROPSHIRE Vh zoo City JuU 2d 1851 I), lamborine, DEALER IN vV'iies. Liquors, Ccdials, &cc. AND FAMILY GROCER. Main St. Yazoo City, Miss. Constantly on hand a large assortment of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, French Wines. Cordials, Fruits in Juice, Sardines, Confectionary, Segars Tobacco London Porter, Scotch Ale,-and overy vor jety of Family Gioeeries. PISTOLS! PISTOLS!! REVOLVING- self-cocking and other su perior quality pistols, for sale by December 24th lh5l. S. H. WILSON. Copartnership R. M. WINN & A. B. GRAVES HAVE this day (14th Feb. 1853) formed copartnership, under the firm of WlJ.N & GRAVES, tor the pin-pose of carrying on the Livery Stable Business al the old stand. Mr. Graves will give his entire personal atten tion to the business, in all its various branehes. jar.d hopes by strict application, and the superi- w tcuiauiuuaiion mat win now be offered, to merit and receive a libera) share of the public patronage. Yazoo City, Feb. '6, 1853. 2353 1853 4 ARTESIAN SPRINGS, MAiusui COUNTY, MISS, t "Wf ILL be open for the reception of company on the first of June. Passengers bv the Canton Stage will meet no detention ai Cam den, as there will be a hack always ready to convey them to the Springs distance 5 miles. June 1 . 1853-2m. G. COATES, Manager N. B. The prices for board at these Springs, I have been somewhat reduced from those of last year. - tm! Franklin Iron Foundry. CASTINFS iec. 6f. JOHN It OB II Jr RESPECTFULLY announces to plsnters, snd the public generally, that the old es tablished FRANKLIN FOUNDY, Vicksbur, is again in full operation, ready to execute, promptly, orders for Csstinga of all dei-cripl lions. Mill, end Gin Irons, Engine woik,a. kinds of .epsiring, 6lc. Also. Agent Hoich kiM.0 Patent Vertical Water Wheel, whirl) is rapidly supcrcecding ell others. Patterns for furnishing three sizes may be seen at the Foundry, and it adveutoge over oil others pointed out. Thankful for past favors, the proprietor so licits a continuance, promising to ejn cue orders in his Hue, in a manner no, to bei-tir-patted at any Fouix t ry inthe i.nth or Vv r JOHN BO PR. Jr. N. B. All order 'eft with Means. Allen 6i Barksdale, Yazoo Cily, will meel with prompt attcntiio. Vichnhurg, Aug. 6, 149 -37-9m Jcweliy Music Ltoxe. n. TYLER, MAIN ST. THE uOMM ME XT OOO-t T') E CIAL BANK, HAS on hand n gn a tgsu, kinds of Ji welry ud Fane willcondtnntly be supplied with ent of ol ioodh, and nmM Int-li- ouble stales and pattern from i -u Nor h. WATCHES Sf JEWELRY RE PAIRED if WARRANTED. Fin no Fir ten. H. C. T.. Si Co., are asretit for the sale of il.e "llorict pattent Ion Pianos which are the bin pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli mate. Also for Adam Stoddart's pianos. In struction books of all kinds. A gocd assort ment of sheet music. Violins ar.d Accordo oris. Strings for Guitar and Violin. Yazoo City, Dec. 11-lKr2-tf. TRY AGAIN. P. CORBETT lakes leave tr return hip sin cere thanks to those gentlemen who so gen erously patronized him duridg ihe last car, and begs to add that he wil ender vor to d -serve a continuation of that support he I as 60 very littlt claim to. Sorrepnrty rinding the subscriber in ihe way. has not only made misrepresentations, but lira also interfered with hi custemers, to put an end to which, it is only necessary to remark, that the firs fine f-et of harness and the rirM spring-bar fiddle made in this city ere made by him. He tkss this pportunity of deny ing that there is any workmanship in quilted Saddles, (the stitching) the only part worth looking nt being in every case, done by a lady. The subscriber's stock is fashionable and complete,, and hispricts low, for example, a set of good Buggy Harness foi fltU. Yazoo City, June IC, l52.ly, DA VIS' HAMS Just received a lot ol Le vis' Extra Hums, foe sale by Feb. 10, Tj3. WILSONS &. HYATT. i . UKFORD PLOWS Just received seven- aTE tvl rive Morlord Plows, for ele by Feb. 1G, '53. WILSONS & HYATT VALUABLE LAIM FCB SALE- J WILL rell i n low letms. fGOrcie? of land (situated above high water markl on the Yazoo river, in Sunflow er county. Township 16, Range 2, West. For further itiformatii n apply ihr ugh R. K. PickcttorF. Bwtick in the lii d. rsfgned. S. A. GARNLTT. Yazoo City, Jan SC, '!r3-lJ JKW iKti si:. IHAVIjSG taken rntoeo-parinershiri Mr. .1 M. Lbinkin. we will ceiitinue the Dr Goods in connexion with the Produce bnd Grocery bu sinefes at my old stand, under the st le of norsoN & LAV. KIN. Dry Goods and Groceries. Having jusi r.inmened ihe Produce iu con nexion with nor Dry G'oIs hi.hhnss. e tn'e pleiSHtf in informing out frieftdn and the publii .enerallv, ilia! we aie now receiving a fidl stock ot V esiern Pr' dure, Groceries. Faniil Supplies, &c We intend to keep always oti hsrtd, artiiks o the first ua'er" iu both branehef at reasi n hle r.tes o gooi customers on time and i urea 'Onabl low" tor the dimes in fund HOB4SON & LAMK1N. on city. Ji.n 19 1853. A Steam Saw Mill for Snlc. Lw il; sell the Plunk Ki nd Mill that we hae near Benton, where call and see th mill in active oi mm is one year old. Puui in IahiismIIp under the i i . ill m . superv ifdon of one oi the resent owners of the best materials. We w ill sell the mill as si e now tauds, w ith or w ithout lb1 Circular Saw that we have attached. WTe will also move and put the mill up aain, should tile purchasers wish. We will also sell a lot of wagons and oxen. For terms or further particulars avrlv to. GRIM ME & METZLER. Yazoo City, Jan. 12, 1853. 3m. White Lead. Window Sash Etc. k)A 14 Lho. Pure No. 1 white Lead. .JJJ 120 G'a Linseed Oil, 600 Lbs. Putty, 2000 Lights window S8nh, For sale by WILSONS & HYATT. February 16. 1853. Sundries CJUGAR Clarified, Brown. Loaf & Crushed FLOUR fjO Bbls Missouri Mills. E tra. 7ft Superfine, St. Louis. lftO m Ohio, POTATO EN lftO Irish, London Ladv, OATS 50 Sacks. HARNESS. Bridles. Hoes, Trace Chaina, a a general assortment of Family and Plantati Supplies, for sale by Feb. 16, '53- WILSONS & HYATT For Sale, fiflQ ACRES LAND, situated about nine JJa miles from Yazoo City and about seveu miles from Benton on the new Lexington road, in the neighborhood of Rev. J. W. Purvis. There are about two nui dred & fifty seres of thin tract under fence, snd in a high state of culti. vation, a fine crop bavin beer, grown on the p'ace the present year. There is also a good milland gin, snd comfortable negro quarters and dwelling bouse on the place. This it a fine tract of land, end a good bargain wM be eiven to any one who wishes to purchase. For further information, reier to Thomas G Clark, Benton, end P. O'Donnell, Yazro Citv. Dece. 15, 1852 -6 G. SWAYZE m A. SWAYZE. a O. J. Blackman & cm AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS IN NEGROES, STOCK AND PROPERTY OF ALL DE SCRIPTION Yazoo city, Sept. 24th 1851. FRESH TEAS A choice lotof fresh Teas, tastieeetodfcv WILSON Si HYATT. February 16, 153.