Another Wheel Barkow Man. -A. man passed
through Richmond, Ky., on the 16th ult., bearing
his "plunder" and two children on a wheel bar
row. A coufiding wife and two larger children
walked. They were all the way from North
Carolina and bound for Indiana.
OOT Some queer fellow has defined love as " a
prodigal desire on the part of a young man to pay
some young woman's board."
Tlic State of Mississippi.
Kiddle District Chance-) CHANCERY
ry Court of said Slate S -No 70.
At Office Rules, (3rd Monday) the 7th day
of August 1853
William Wilkinion, et al
) TPON opening
J and reading
Mary Redoubt, et al. ") Complainant a Bill,
of complaint herein, and it appearing that the
Defendants, Marv K d ubt. James Waller Bu
ford and William Henry Paynor, are not citi
zens of this State, but reside beyond the lim'rs
thereof, so that the ordiu try process of this
court, cannot be executed upon them, therefore
it is ordered that the said defendants enter their
appearance herein on or before the first day of
tti8 next Term of this court, to he holden in
the court h uise of Yazoo county, in Yazoo city.
on the first Monday after the fourth Monday in
September next ensuing, and plead, answer or
demur to complainant's said bill of complaints,
otherwise the several allegations thereof, wdl
be taken for confessed, eel for bearing expirte,
and the matters thereof decreed accordingly.
It is further ordered, that a copy of this or
der be published in the Yazoo Democrat a
weekly newpiper published in Yazoo city,
once a week for one month.
atest: JNO. M. 1IOLL1 NGWORTH, Clk.
August 17, 1 -.-1 1 -5t 89 75.
William S. Harrokl and Archibald BL Fosier,
partners in trade in the Blacksmithing bus
inesfeand Wood work business, under
the firm, name and style of
HARROLD & FOSTER,
WILLIAM B. PARTEE,
and Sarah D. Partee, wife of said William
Yazoo Circuit Court. May Term, A. D. 1 "3
ATTACHMENT FOR 2&i 05.
THIS day came the Plaintiffs by their At
toruies, and it appearing to the Court that
the Aftachment in this case has been returned
into Court by the j roper officer duly executed
and it also appearing to the Court that the De
fendant has faiied to come into court, and an
swer or demur to the same. It is therefore
considered bv the court, that unless the said
Defendant appear before the Circuit Court of
Va.oo county at a court to be holden at the
court house of said county on the first Monday
after the fourth Monday of October next A. 1).
18o3, on tlie first day of said Term, either in
proper person or by some attorney of said
court, and answer or demur to said writ, julir
mentby default final will be entered up against
them for the full amount of Plaintiff's demand
with all legal interests and costs, and the prop
erty attached will be sold.
It is further ordered bv the Court that publi
cation of this order be made in the Yazoo Demo
crat, a newspaper published in Yazoo city, for
lour oiiccessive weeks.
attf.st: GIB. BARNES. Clk.
August 17, 1851 41 5t.
Gibbs & Bowman Att'v?. for Plaintiff
ilN BANDS 1. (KM) feet Gin Bands, o, ,
Jf and 10 inch. Just received and for snle by
Aug. 17, 1H50. WILSON & HYATT.
Hp HE Dwelling Hotlfe now occupied by M.
I. Langan, on ihe corner of Broadway am!
Monroe streets. For terms apply to
Yazoo city, Aug. 10, 53 .-tf. M. BERRY
N cxv Wheat Flour.
BARRELS Extra Cresent Mills,
)U 25 Scotia Mills, for sale by
Autr. 10. SHROPSHIRE &. MASSEY.
HAMS 1,500 Lbs, " Elder's" Sugar cured
Hams, for snle by
Axur. 10. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
X Cash Purchasers.
E offer inducements equal to any other
houe, in Drv Goods and Produce.
Aug. 10, D. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
ALL persons interested ill lots Nos. 117 and
118 fronting on Washington street, in
Yazoo City, county of Yazoo, and State of Mis
sissippi, are notified that the following petition
will be presented to the Probate Court of Ya
zoo counti, at the September term thereof,
T TIE S TA TE O F M IS SIS S II PI
Yazoo Co u n t y . j
Probate Court September Term. 1853.
To the Honorable George B. Wilkinson,
Judge of saul court.
"17 0UR betiiioner. Sarah P. Head, widow of
m. Emanuel Hend deceased, respectfully rep
resents unto your honor; that her husband, the
said Emanuel Head, died intestate on the
day of 1833, leaving several children, all
of whom your petitioner is informed, are dead
or non-residents of this State; that at the time
of his death, the said Emanuel Head was seized
and possessed of the following lands and tene
ments, lying and being in the county of Yazoo,
State aforesaid, to-wit: Lots designated as num
ber one hundred and seventeen, (117) and one
hundred and eighteen, fron'ing on Washington
ecreet, in the town of Yazoo City. That James
W. Barnett who administered, on the said de
cedent's estate, which was declared insolvent,
has closed his administration by final settle
ment, with the Probate Court of Yazoo county,
and surrendered his letters at the November
term thereof, 1842.
Your petitioner has never received her dow
er in saitt lots, nor any equivalent therefor, but
is still entitled to the same. She therefore
prays your honor to award a writ commanding
tne Sheriff of Yazoo county, to set apart, and
allot, her dower in said above described prem
ises. And as in duty bound your petitioner
will ever pray, &c.
JONES & BOWMAN,
Aug. 10, '53.-40.-4t. Sol'rs for petitioner.
ALT 300 S.k Snlt for sale bv
june 22. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY
RESHcorn meal, and feed for cows, and
corn, milk and butter for sale by
C. J. BLACKMAN.
lILK GiShain Umbrellas for sale by
Dry-Goods at Reduced Prices.
T ARGE assortment will be sold low for cash
JLior to prompt customers on th .,,..!
june 22, '53. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.'
ENTS fine shoes and boots for sale bv
r ; oo snunPSHTUP - -km a -.-,.
ST RECEIVED--A few negroes for sale.
C. J. BLACEMAN.
YAZOO CITY PRICE CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEK.LT BY
MESSRS. M. D. HAYNES & CO.
o o o o
PRODUCE AND GROCERIES.
Bacon Hams, - - pr lb
11 a '21
11 fa) 00
6 (3) 6 50
7 00 (3) 7 50
23 (3 30
$1 O 1 25
7 o y
125 O 14
$2 00 (S
Lard, - - do
Mess Pork, per bbl,
Flour Ohio, do
St. Louis do
Whisk EY-eommon, per gal
81 75 (S 200
2 50 3 0 0
82 5U 4 50
5 m 8
Lime- - Western,
Window Sash, per light,
Glass, do box.,
FOR JUDGE OF HIGH COURT OF ERRORS
AND APPE LS FIRST DISTRICT.
Com rosed f the connrioH of Hinds, Warren,
Washington, Bolivar, Rankin, Scott, Now
ton, Liuderd.tle, Kemper, Neshoba, Leake,
Madison, Yazoo, Holmes, Sunflower, Atrala,
Winston, Noxubee and Issaquena.
A. H. HANDY. WM. YERGER.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE FIFTH DISTRICT.
Composed of th counties of Yazoo, Madison,
Holmes, Attala. Winston and Leake.
Morgan L. Fitch, E. G. Henry.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
John B. Hemphill
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK.
James Perry, J. T. Russell, Jr.
John B. Deason, E. Wasson,
S. D Livingston, S. M. Phillip
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
Quackenboss. Jas. R West.
FOR PROBATE CLERK.
James H. Bell.
M. A. Jenkins.
Wm. R. Wrenn,
Benj. F. Adams,
James M. Griffin,
VV. II. Manguin,
R. H. M. Luse, .
Peter B. Cook, Alex. Smith,
John P. Street, William May,
R. II. Winn,
A. J. Ilerrod,
B. G. S. White.
MISSISSIPPI MUfi SERIES-
LOCATED NEAR YAZOO CTTT, MISS.
rilHE Subscribers take jreat pleasure in an-1-
bouncing to their friend?, and the public
generally, that they have now on hand, and
ready for snle the coming fall, one of the choi
cest collections of Fruit Trees to he founii
any where in the South. Their assortment i
very large and complete ihetre 8 are healthy
and well grown and the prices na low as can
possibly he afforded. The followed1 urp some
of the leading article wi h pt ic. s annexed :
Pears. $1 each, per 100. Apricot 1 eac i.
Apples, 25c. each, S20 " " Nectarines 5Uc '
Peaches25c. . $20 44 " Plums, 1 "
Sirawberries, 50V. pr doz. Cheries, SI "
All aniens sent from the Nurseries areeare
-securetj p.icked, ani deii
free d cltar:e. Orders t
in Til h
v ncrom earner! bv
ii r tr r. r
' 1 , B
7J- k 1 -
Pers ei- j.i : ju .in.. . ii . a
ent varieties of Frui.s, would v. ;j so
for what purpose the trees are wanted, ui
leave the selection u. the proorieiefsl
b. B. 8WASy CO.
Au?usl 3, l5:i-6m
Ik the Circuit Court United States. Southern
District Mississippi To Nov. Term, 1853.
3. W'alson, )
vs Vend. Exp s.
Wm. A. Brickell, et. al. )
BY virtue of the above stated writ of Ven
ditions Exponas to me directed from the
Hon. Circuit Court of the United States for the
Southern District of Mississippi, I will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder for cash,
on the 5th Monday, the 29th oay of August,
1853, before the Court House door, in Yazoo
City, county of Yhzoo, State ot Mississippi,
within the hours prescribed by law, the follyw
ing described negro property, to-wit :
Cecile and her infant, Clarence, Nipoleon,
Nancy, Clarissa, Anne, Ague.-;, Alfred, Flor
ence, Jim, Alsey, Alice and Rosetta. Levied
on as the property of defendant, Win. A. Brick
ell, and will be sold u satisfy the above stated
case and costs. RICHARD GRIFFITH,
Marshal Southern Diet. Mississippi.
By R. FLETCHER, Deputy Marshal.
August 3. 1S53-39.
1 DOZEN Kid Gloves for sale by
S. & M.
IBBONS and Laces for sale by
SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
4 opartncrsliip edmund kich-
VAitDSON ot Brandon, Miss and G. H.
CHAPLAIN of this city, are associated with us
in business. The copartnership dating from
U,e 1st of Jane. THORN HILL & CO.
New Orleans, July 6, 1853 5m.
'TALLOW For eale by
C. J. BLACKM AN .
JT. ft. ST ROT HER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Commissioner of Deer's, &c., f the -States
of Missouri. Tennessee and Kentucky.
Grenevii.ee. Washington county, Miss.
REFER TO Hon. Alex. Montgomery, Capiain
Wm B. Pryor, Messrs. Porterfield &
Co., Yickshoig. Clerk of the Circuit
Co ,rt, Washington county. Hon. J. R.
Burrus, Yazoo City.
April 27, 1853-35.
rjniEIlLv. Thomas L. Ozanne, Rector of
J- St Philips Church, Kirkwood, ftfadison co
Misd., is desirousof receiving into his family
a limited number of Bo'iruimr Pupils whom he
will instruct in all the branches of n Classical nnd
English Elu-ation either preparing them for
College or carryiiiir them through a Collegiate
couise, as may be desired. Kirkwood ffers
every advantage as to lieilthfnlnesa of locality
and retirement of nituation, so condusive to
study The boarders are in every respect treat
ed as apart of the family.
The ensuing session will open on the 5th of
Tuition $ 40 and 50; French, $20; Spanish,
10 per session of ten months; Boarding with
washing &c., $ 150.
Rt Rev Wm M Green, Bishop of Mi-s., Jackson;
Rev Meyer Lowin, Rector of St rwrewsCb., '
' ol Wm M-Willie. Kirkwood, Madison co Mies
II V ujjhan. Esi, Benton, Y-tzoo co.
M W Ewing, Satar in, Y.-izoo co. 44
W C Sm. del, VickPburp,
G YeriTi r, Esq., Jac sou, "
1 MANCHESTER Lodge No. 31. me.-ts etc-
ry Thursday evening at S o'clock P. f ,
t th Odds Fellows' Hall.
W.S. Epperson, N. i. Jno G. Powell, V. G.
Jno. BtiUMHi.D. Sec'rv .1. T. Ru.ell, Tren.
J. Ft. Lawuence. Per. Seenr.
Hit call Encampment, 3io, lO,
VW 1TCAH Encampment of Patriarchs
10, meets the second and fourth Tuet-d fi
in each month, t9 o'clock, P. M.
Jas. H. Bell.C. P. James Penny, H. P.
J. T. Russell, Jr. S.W J. Ft. Lawcence J.W.
W. S. Epperson. Scribe R. M. WiNX.Trea.
Vsxoo City, July 20, 1853.
Mr. J. C Chnppell became a member of our
ttrm oil the lt innt. The business will le
conducted under the style of
W RiGH T. W HA LEY & CO.
Yicksburg, July 9, 1853.
J. C. CHAPPEEL.
wiifiir. mm -& el
h. . w
Jeans, LinFeys. Lowells, Russetts, I3oo!s,
Shoes. 5c. &.c.
Wastiinitox Street. VicKsncEn, Mrss.
1VVILL lummence the sec-md term ol my
Cliissicil Schuol on Monday the 28ttl of Au
gust ti"t. Thinkful lor the. encouragement
with which I BMM in mv first eirort. 1 hope to
merit a liberal patrooage tor the future. Tuiiion
fee from &3 to ,5. J. A. SAMPLE,
R.WIL.,1 , s PIN'.KAKD. formerly
of Yii kshnrir. .Ii.s., became n mcuiher
ot the Firm t
011 ttM 4'h .K pril
'AGE an 1 CO H
eondnctod a.. It--'i)
No. 1 1
. PntOKARO & C ..M
BflSl will be
Ofter the same S'y e
.'uinp S'r-f. New
w . k
A. CAIRN ES,
PI NCR RD.
OT" IttfSSrs. E. D. Dou'-& C" will a.ci af
mir .-.KCii's at Virks "tirff. Vlis. , ani nre pro par -
to make Cish Atlvanr-e, : uQ (iirnisli sup
plies to Planters ShippiueC iron to . 1 1 0 ilou.-e-GEO.
iVl PI nCKARL& Cu.
Now Oi n. Junf 1 , I "."Ii-6u .
"MIE u iler-iuned His takon the ENTIRE
management nnrl control of.
and is now prepared to acconimod ite the pub
lic, A new dinintr room hn been elected, the
SLEEPING RO MS pi iRtefed and fitted with
n-w inniiture and BE0OING, and a ccitnplele
re 1 e.te ed .
v : v f .- o : . ua .0 vi'.t. be Pi:o ided for
- - r i j rro
FOR INVALIDS tne re can be no more nd-
varitaiTeofia retreat The water ishiorblv reeom-
ted Uv it
r acuity, and the wonder
use aim st surpnss be-
Tiav" be nl
ailfe- of several ifiioiiiabine curea
ol v iie d ii ppiica in at the Wei),
erp - will be hi Mienrc, and no exertion
Boa red tu rn ke au'-sis comfortable.
j lie Vi -ksbtirtr and Jacksn and Raymond
Riiii ,-id Aillc nivey passengers, to Raymond,
uc 8 milt s to the Well, in W. H. Smilli'd
NEW FOUR HORSE STAGES.
Tlie time of trip is less than 3 hours from Virks
burg. Through tickets from Vicksbarg to
Coopor'a Well, can be obtained at the Ruil
deixit, Vieksburor ; price '0.
June 15th No-fcJ JOH M THATCHER.
OM. SIMPSON, i.irmerly of 50 Canal St.,
would respectfully inform his friends and
istomers, that he has just lemnved to the
Spa ions store,
116, CVliWLL S TREE T,
where he will GOtpfaatly keep a supply of
Plantation, Household & Fancy Dry Goods
enable him to fill a bill through, at the low pri
co3 which have always characterized thi? house
O. M. SIMPSON,
116, 0, nal Street, Touras Row, Now Orleans
M.iy 4, 1853.
N. B Cou ltry orders? pi omptly filled.
WHISKEY 50 barrels Dexter's clebratel
whiskey for salr bv
Juna 22. 185? SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
rpEAS, Gun-Powder and Black for sale by
J- june 22. Shhopshirk & Massey.
4TS Summer ami Dress, for sale by
one 22, 1853.
S. & M.
X ADIES and ilisaea Shoes for sale bv
i jmie 22. 1853.
S. 6t M.
PAINTS, OIL, &C.
2.500 Lbs. pure White Lead,
5 Bbls. Linseed Oil,
3 do Spts. Turpentine,
and a full Buppiy of Window Sash, Glass and
ptty. WILSONS & HYATT.
Yazoo City, Ma718, 1853.
PI A MO FORTES.
C. TYLER, Agent for the snle of Pi-a-o
Fortes from the most celebrated
Factor ies in New
York and Boston. Piano
Fortes will be found constantly on band, und
for sale at the Manufacturer's retail price.
Also on hand, a goou assortment of Sheet Mu
sic. VazooCity, April 20, 1653-1 v.
New Cheap Casta Store.
Next door in Link Harrison, Main Street,
YlTJULD respectfully Inform hU friends,
WW cuRtomeiH and the public in penerrLthat
he hus op -ned a new and Hect assnrttnent of
SPRINO and SUMMER GOODS,
comprising of 'he following articles : Ready
made Clothes, of all descriptions Hats
Boots Shoes Trunks and Dry-Goods, and
flatters himself that he can undersell any in
t ifl ame line of business in town.
Yazoo city, March '23, 1863-ly.
COT Professor Alex, C. Barry's TRicopn
Etoi's, or Metjicated Compound, fT Beauti
fying. Curling, Preserving, Restoring and
strenjrthing the Hair, Relieving Diseases of
he Skin, Curing Rheumatic Pains, and Heal
ing External Wounds. Bounded by no geo
graphical lines, the reputation of Barrt's
TaiCOFHEAotrs pervades the Union. The sales
of the article f late years hsvn Increased in a
ratio that almost exceedd belief. Professor.
IUrry, after a careful examination of his sale
book, uT.ds that the number off ottlei delivered
to order, in quantities of from hal. a ftofl up
ward, during the voar 15", Wf'S within. a
trifle of 950.000.
It is unnecessary to present at length the
evidences of the wonderful properties of the
Tricopherous, when the public have furnished
such an indorsement as this. The cheapness
of the article and the explanations given of its
chemical action upon the hair, the scalp, and
in all cases of superficial irritation, firat recom
mended it to the attention of the poople. Thjs
vvaj all that the inventor desired. Every bottle
advertised itself. The effects of the fluid excee
ded expeetat ion. It acted like a charm. The
ladies would not be without it. Country deal
ers in every section of the United States found
th y must have it; and thus was built up a
wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unherd
of as regards articles of this kind. The highest
point has not yet been reached and it is believ
ed that the sales this year will be a million and
a half of bottles.
Depot and Manufactory. No. D17 Broadway,
New-York. Retail pi ice, 25 cents alare bot
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quan
tify. Sold by all the principal merchants and
druggists throughout the Uniied S:ates and
Canada, Mexico, West Ind?es, Great Britain,
June 15th, 8m-32 1953.
HESienmer S. S. PfiEN-
'ISS, Cnpt. P. C. Watts,
leaven for Vickraburf Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock M., punc
tually , eonneclinff wiih the .New Orleans pack
et ok arrival. For freight or passage npplv to
W. W VM AN, Agent.
CO"- The S. S. Prentiss is entirely new, and
superior to any boat in the t Kade: built express
ly for a n ail boat between Vix.Ksburr find Yazoo
City. Her iceoinmodations are of the finest
rder Shi; is provided with everything requir
ed by the new law life boat, life preserver?,
three lire engines, (two working by steam.) and
nders every accommodation and security to
Vicksburg, iaxoo and TJIIutolm
Vic.sburg, Saiurlta. Yazoo City, Tchula
Cireenrcood, Leflore, Locopotis, Tillaloba
P A C K E T.
THE NEW LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER
CAPTAIN B R O W N ,
Will run as a regular Packet as above,
Gei.. Stokes draws only 20 inches water.
Leaves Vick'urg, Tuesdnv, 5ocloek, P
Yazoo City, Wednes'j . 8
" Greenwood, Thursday, 7 "
" Leflore, ' 10
Leaver Tillatoba, Friday, 4 o'clock,
" Leflore, 12
41 Greenwood, " 2 M
" Sidon, " 4 "
" Yazoo City, Saturday 8 "
" Sata-tia, 10 M
PORTERFIELD & CO., Agents. Vickaburg,
W. WYA1AN, Agent, Yazoo City.
June 22, 1853-33tf.
Vicksltui'fr and Rfcw Orleans Packet
ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master.
THIS magnificent steamer will
run as a icgular packet between
the above name I ports, commen-
einyr on the 21st September next, leavinjr
Vieksburg every Wednesdav evening at 5
o'clock returning, leaves N w Orleans Satur
day at 10 o'clock A- M..
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
PORTERFIELD & CO.
Vicksburg, May 18th," 1853.
Regular New Orleans and Vicks
rrUIE fine steamer NATCHEZ
JL T. P. Leathers, Master,
will leave Vicksbunr fur New
Orleans and intermediate ports, regularly, ev
ery Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, precisely.
PORTERFIELD d- CO, Agcnta.
Vicksburg, May 4, '558.
Vicksburg and NevrOrleans Packet
' u lllii. very last anu entirely
JL 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.
Shropshire and Massey
DRY-GOODS AND PRODUCE
Yazoo City, Mississippi,
tune 22, 1853.
rW HE undersigned will make liberal advances
JL on Cotton, shipped to Messrs. Post & Mel.
New Orleans, SHROPSHIRE MAS 3EY.
June 22, 1853.
WILSONS & HYATT,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
(OT Will advance Plantation Supplies and
Cash on Cotton to be shipped through them to
heir friends in New Orleans. (Feb. 16. 1S53.
H. LAURENCE jMS DENTIST.
OFFCE on Main Streol, next door to Winn's
Hotel. A list of price for ahv operation
on the teeth, can be consulted at llu office.
Feb. 2, 1$53.
flUK All SUMMER Ml.
TlE have to da) received the bnlan
Sprins: "d Suramej stack of f
fancy jjoods, carefully selected in
cities, and are ready and anxious to vuiun
all who may be pleased to give us a call.
May 2, 1854. JAS. THARJj & CO.
J. C. SMITHES & CO.
Wholesale and Retail OroccrK,
NO. 10, CANAL STREET, New Okleaks
December 15, 152.
ABRAHAM J. WTIOHT.
A. .J.WRIGHT fcCO.,
C O 1 TON FACTOR S
COMMISSION AND FORWAEEING
No. 07. Graxicr Street, Ntic Orleans.
February 4, 1953--Iy
Hardware anil Qucensivure.
E keep a. full iia.-ortiiiuiit of tiie above arti
cles ulwfiys on hand.
May 2. 1853. J. TH ARP &. CO.
WATT, SYKES &. NOBLE,
CEXF.BAL CO I?IlfSIO N
01" Jas. M. Watt, Greenirutl, Miss. A . J.
Syks, Columbus, Miss. E. Pickens Jfoble,
May 25, 1853.
CHARLES T. MAN'S'.
. H. ANDBEVS,
i'azoo City, roisiss!fpa.
WJiolesnle and R.ctail Dealers in Drugs, Med
icines and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Window Gloss ant Putty.
L . 1 NDR E TITS GARDEN .SEEDS
Dye-Stuffs and Glass-Ware, Fine Perfu
mery, Soapa aud Brushes, School
Books, Sieel Pens, Qui d, and
Stationery, Letter and dp
Paper, .Medical and .Mis-
if,,,, Wi.m JL. R.-,c
Prescriptions and orders will receive pirdcu
lar attention at all hour? of the day& night.
AGENTS for all the valuable farolry mrdicifics
in use. Buyers w'il always find here freeh
aud unadulterated Medicines. We arc
dote 'mined to sell as low aj any es
tablishment in New Orleans or else
where in ile South Wc.it,
April 0, 1853-lf.
The State of I:ssislppz,
zoo CotJjJTf, (
PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 153.
To all persons interested in the Estate of
John Hunter, deceased.
t"OUar hereby cited to be and appear at the
September Term, 1853. of the Probate Court
of Yazoo county, at the Court House f
county-then and there to shew caue if any you
can, why the final account of Wm. Y. Gad
berry ndministrator of said estate, should not
be allowed, and his letters sui rendered.
And further to do and sulfur such things as
shall be considered and ordered bv our aaid
court in the premises3.
And it ifl further rderrd by the Court, that
publication this citation be made in tl.e Y"a
7.00 Dcmocrdt for the spucf f sixty day.j.
A'itness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson. Judg?
of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, tlie 4th
Monday in June, 153, and sea! of said court.
IssfED tlie 1st day of Julv, A. D. 153.
JAMES H. BELL, Clerk.
July 6, 1953-35-10t.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,!
Yazoo County. $
Probate Court July Term. 153.
To all persons interested in the lands, ten
cments SfC.,of Clarence J. Sicartwout, a
7"OU arc hereby cited to be and appear before
the Probate Court ot said county, on the 4ih
Monday in October 1653, then and there to shew
cause if any you can, why an order should not
be made I r the sale of the fellowisg described
Land to-wit: an undivided half interest in the
west-half of south-west quarter of Seel ion 1 ;
all of Secti on 2 north-half of Section 11
north-west quarter of Section 12, all in Town
tihip 12. Ranre 1 East, ?n 6 id county of Yazoo,
and further to do and Buffer euch things as
shall be considered and ordered by our saiil
court in The nretnises.
It is further ordered that publication of thb
citation be made in the "Yazoo Democrat" for
the space of sixty days.
Witness the Hon. (r. ii. Wilkinson.
Judge of the Probate court of Yazoo
county the fourth Monday in July,
A. D. Ib53. and Seal of said court.
Issued the 1st day of August. 18"3.
JAMES H- BELL Clerk.
August 3, 1853-39-10t.
"ITTE have removed our dry goods slore to the
' new brick blotk, where Winn's Hotel for
merly Btood opposite J. Tlnrp & Co.
July 27, 1853. HOBSON & LAMKIN.
Harness and Saddle Horses.
J UST received a superior lot of
saddle and harness Horses, for
sale. Selected by a first rate
judge of stock, from Bourbuj
couuty, Ky. The are the finest I have ver
been able to purchase fr this market. Tv
are for sale, as I havo dec. inetT the general Vti re
ing business. C. J. BLACKM.AN.
MR. JONES is stationed st my
White Hnll Place, one mile wwt
of Yazoo ciiy, with my dogs, and
lovd s celebrated negro dogs, tor the pur
pose of hunting runaway slaves on reasonable
term. Apply to me or Mr. Jones.
C. J. BLACK MAN.
Vf USKETTO Bars for sale by
LfX june 22, 1853. S. & M.
Thos. Waters, J. B. Camden, Cams. Water
WATERS, C&M0E1 I CO.
COTTON FACTOR8 AND
NO. 102 POYDRA3 STRIIET,
W A l7E? 'J fDO
Importers ond Wholesale Deal' :;. iu
auq anb 0iaplc
SILK ao ODS!
Ribbons , Laces, Gloveo and Dress Cic.OvL
NO f42. MAGAZINE bTEEET,
(Between (Jtmrnon ar.d G-raiier St? ' ,.
Nev.- On 1 a;.-s.
Also Impm led end Domestic St,': 0
Dec. 15, 1802.
Feet. Simins & CO.
( IMPORTERS and Whole! DEALERS 13
NO VI anJ 25,
Dee. 15, Y-:.
Brooks 65: Randolph.
U WHOLESALE GR6CE1
A A D
j Cornmtsciou Xtxt)a
1 unAieTB in xooacco, foreign &
No. 20 New lev::
j Derprfi'", I."), 1
j josrrn 11. PALMM. j .mes h.
tf oscpSi II. Palmer &
, i:iroRTEUS & WHOLESALE I
FORTION & DOrfETIt
'47 Ccrnp Street, aboic Oraiicr,
i Doc. 15,i:;.
N LW-O B L I
1 a &
L MARSH, DBISTMAIT & CO.
18 1 & 8 3, Common Street, op
ITE ui.lesi and largest establi ihmt nti
. L city. Our f t tck consi
riages, corop: Siug Cale
I wavH, fji r roue lied and Bus
loutTobs. And almost C
the Uni.ed '-la'es, aaanufai
(and for sale cheaper than 1
J mens iu thij city, for rjaati
h and vvi;h-
actured 111 ahv,
1 at any other e
ih or city accrp
call and ....
1 Pu -chasers will pleaae
-(Jck aodjudft for th
December 15, 152.
. 70, Cm9W St
Oecemher 15, 1302.
F A NT OH & T i; K L E
Wholesaleand Retail Dealcrsii
Fancy and ;np!e
CLOUHTS3. BOOTS, SHOl
C mici of WasHtngtoa .
BRUNEI k SOX.
Commission, Receiving aud 1 01
Mulberry Sired, Vidcsburg, Missistij
"7"EKP. constat) i lv on hand, J
IV plies of all kinds. Wagons, Plow
&.c. Libera! ed varices mode on cotton, sh
to our friend,
J. H . HEALD,
34 Natchez Stkeet. New Oi J u : 1 v
December 15, IS52.
rIIIE Co-parlnerphip heretolore exictiiiy
M. this city, und:!r the fit m of Thorn hill
McJlhenny having expired by limitation 3i
ult., the same has been diaaolve i. The uudi
sijfucd Informs his friends, thai he will cj
tinuc a Cotton Factorauf. and Gi.M-.::.vL Co,
mission busiNESs at No. 29, Carondelet Str-(
under the style of THORNHII.L & CO.
New Orleans, June 15, 185345m.
WRIGHT, WILLIAMS &, CO
COTTO N F A CTORS,
61, Union Row, Cauondelet Stri
CONTINCE to ship to this Houe . and 1
be always ready ana willing to make liU
j cash advance'
icoattgnments to tlicui. V
i'azoo City.Oct 6. 1852.
UST received ar.d for sale at reduced pi 1 o
anew suppl',' ofsimerior Quality aud etvl
watches and -ewfclrv. Watches repair
warranted as '.isii'ij." S. H. V iL ON.
C O. JACiCSON, JAS. R. PUTNAM, W. W. CAT!
C. O. JACKSON St. CC.
DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY WR
GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, 6c.,
Snccessore to B. W. Jack.
Washing ten Street, VicAsburg, Miss.
VAN LOON, PAXTON 4, CO.
LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG.
Machinists, Iron and Bras Founders.
ENOJNE AND CAR BUILDERS,
Gin and Mill Work, and all kinds of Plaftta
tion and Steamboat work prompt.y ex
ecuted and fully guaranteed.
February 16, 1863-ly
AJLD OIL 180 Gallcna No. 1 Lard Oil
Just received by
Feb. 16, 1&53.
WILSON & HYATT
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