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SOUTHERN BELLE. Capt. J. M. WHITE. THIS splendid passenger packet will resume tier place, leaving here on Tuesday, the Orb day of fpfember next, and every subsequent Tuesday, at 5 o'clock, p. m., returning, leaves New OrlcHns-Saturdays at 5 P. M. For freight or passage, npplv to PORTER FIELD & CO. Aug. ni, 18r3.-Gm. -43. For Sale. THE Dwelling Hoots now occupied by M. Langnn, on th corner of Broadway and Monroe streets. For terms spplj' to Yazoo city, Aug. 10, 53,-tf. M. BERRY Attachment Notice. Yazoo Circuit Court May Term, 1853. James M . GrilBnl vs Attachment for $103 00. J A. Byers. S THIS d-iy envne the PMntifTby his Attor neys, and it appearing to the court that tho Attachment in this case has been returned into court by the proper officer duly executed, and it also appearing to the C( urt that the Defend ant htis tailed to come into court, and answer or demur to the same. It is therefore consid ered by the court, that unless the s i id Defend ant appear before the Circuit court of Yazoo county, at a court to be holden at the court house of said county, on the first Monday after tho fourth Monday of October next, A. D. 1853, on the first day of said term, either in proper person or by some attorney of said court, and a newer or demur to said writ, judgment by de fault final will be e-tere-1 up against him for the full amount of Plaintiff's demand with all le gal interest-and costs, and the properly attach ed will be sold. It is further ordered by the court that publi cation of this order be made in the Y.tz Dem ocrat, a newspaper published in Yazoo city for four successive weeks. attest: Gin. BARNES. Clerk. August 31, I 853- 13-5t. Jones & Bowman Attorneys for Plaintiff Guardian's Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Honorable Probate Court of Yazoo county. State of Mississippi, made at the June term thereof A. D. 1850, the undersigned as guardian of the minor heirs of Lewis Hoover, deceased, will on the 15th day of October next, between the hours prescribe! by law, at the late resi dence of s iid decedent, proceed to sell at pub lic auction to the highest bidder or bidders, on n credit of twelve mon'.hs from the day of sale, the following described lands, belonging to said minors and situated in the counties of Yazoo and Holmes, to-wit: The north-west quarter of section 32. and east half ol north east quarter of section 31, less twenty acres, all lying in township 13, range two east. Bond with approved security will be requir ed of the purchaser or purchasers. BRITAIN SMITH, Guardian. Ac., in rirht of his wife, Harriet Smith. Aug. 31, 53.-It. Harriet Smith, G'rd'n. Administrator's Sale. Y vinue of an ordr of the Prohate Court of Vaz io c un f, State of Mississippi. ma le at the October term thereof, D. 1858, the undersigned as administrator of the estate of William Roberts, deceased, will on the lOrh day of October next, between the hours pre scribed by lew, at the late residence of said dece dent proceed to sell at public auction to the hihrst bidder or bidders, on a credit of twelve rn ntths from the day of sale, the following dt--scribed lands belonging to 'he estate or said decedent, and situated in the count? of Yazoo. Ptate aforesaid, to-wit : sou 'h-west quarter of section 4, township 12, range 2 east, nnd south west quarter of tmrth-west quarter of section 4, township 12. range 2 east. t , B 'iid with approved soci'rity will 'ie requir ed of the purchaser or purchasers. BRITAIN P. ROBERTS. Adm'n'r of estate of W-n. Roberts, dec'tl. Aug. 31, 18.13 -4t.-43. T!ic State eff Mississippi. Middle District Chance-) CHANCERY ry Court of said State No 70. At Office Rules, (3rd Monday) the iikh day of August 1833. WiULam Wilkinion, el al. ") r TPON opening vs and reading Mary Ridout. ct al. ) Complainant's Bill, of complaint herein, and it appearing that the Defendants, Mary Ridout. James Walter Bu ford and William Henry Faynor, are not citi zens of this State, biit reside beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this court, cannot be executed upon them, therefore it i:: ordered that the said defendants' enter their nppedraricp herein on or before the first day of the next Term of this court, to be holden in the court house of Yazoo county, in Yazoo city, on the first Monday after the fourth Monday in September next ensuing; and pleaG, answer or demur to complainant's said bill of complaints, otherwise the several allegations thereof, wll be taken for confessed, set for hearing exparte, 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 newspaper published in Yazoo city, once a week for one month. atest! J NO. M. HOLLINGSWORTH, Clk. August 17, 1 853-41 -5t &9 75. Attacbmeht Notice- William S. Hafrold and Archibald H. Foster, partners in trade in the Blaeksmithing bus iness and Wood work business, under the firm, name and style of HARROL'D & FOSTER, vs. WILLIAM B. PaRTEE, and Sarah D. Partce, wife of said William B. Partee. Yazoo Circuit Court, May Term, A. D. 1853 ATTACHMENT FOR $255 05. mHIS day came the Plaintiffs by their At I torn ies, and it appearing to the Court that h Attachment in this case has beet! returned into Court hV the 1 roper officer duly executed and if also appearing to the Court that the De fendant has tailed to come inio couri, ana bo ewer or demur to the same. It is therefore rnnairWoH hv rhe court, that uifless the said hofore the Circuit Court of Yazon ei-mnfw at a court to be holden at he Court house of said county on the first Monday after the fourth Monday of October next A. U 1853, on the first day of said Term, either in broner no ran n nr hv some attorney of said court, and answer or demur to said writ, judg ment by default final will be entered up again thm for the full amount of Plaintiff's demand with all legal interests and costs, and the proj- erty attached will be sold. It is further ordered bj the Court that pult cation of this order be made in the YnzooDeim -crat, a newspaper published in Yazoo city, fo lour successive weeks. attest: GIB. BARNES. Clb. August 17, 1851 4l-5t. Gibbs & Bowman Att'ys. for Plaintiff mEAS, Gun-Powder "U tfiaea lur &aie oy 1 juneSS. Shropshire & Massev. CITY PRICE CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MESSRS. M. D. HAYNES & CO. PRODUCE AND GROCERIES ARTICLES. PRICES. Bacon Hams, - - prlb IS 49 14 Clear sides, 1 1 -2 Ribbed " 11 00 Shoulders, 8 (3) 10 Lard, - - do 14 m 15 Mess Perk, per bbl, $18 19 Flour Ohio, do $6 O 6 50 St. Louis do $7 00 (S VVmsKEY-t ommon, per gal Ooxter do Monongxhela, Burbon, ScoiQ Brown Loaf, Crushed, COTFEV, 25 30 25 $1 y 23 81 O 1 75 7 1 15 15 121 14 82 00 (3 2 25 33iS 35 16 16 14 12 8 25 35 45 81 75 (S 2 00 2 50 2 3 00 124 (3 14 40 S 45 8 & 10 82 50 (3 4 50 7 & 7J 5 0 8 83 50 7 -l2J Salt rf3ar, Fine, Molasses, Baogino Kentucky, India. Dundee, Gunny Bags, Rope. Twine, Liksev Kentucky, Janes, Lime Western, Tho mis ton, Lowells, Feathers, Window Sash, per light, Glass, do box, Nana, Iron, . Shin rLEs Cypress, Cotton, November Election FOR JUDGE OF HTGH COURT OF ERRORS AND APPEALS FIRST DISTRICT. Composed if the counties of Hinds, Warren, Washington, Bolivar, Rankin, Scott, New ton, Lauderd.ile, Kemper, Neshoba, Leake, Madison, Yazoo, Holmes, Sunflower, Attala, Win -non, Noxubee and Issaquena. A. H. HANDY. WM. YERGER, FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE FIFTH DISTRICT. Composed of the counties of Yazoo, Madison, Holmes, Attala. Winston and Le-tke. 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. Phillips. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. F. W. Quackenboss. Jas. R. West. FOR PROBATE CLERK. James H. Bell. FOR. SHERIFF. M. A. Jenkins; . . FOR ASSESSOR Vm. R. Wrenn, Benj. F. Adams. Jam.es M. Griffin, W. If. Mangurri, Joel Sherr.ird, R. H. M. Luse, William Howson. FOR TREASURER. Peter B. Cook, Alex. Smith, John P. Street. William May, R. M.Winn, FOR RANGER. A. J. Herrod, G. W. Jones. James A. Stevens. FOR CORONER. B. G. S. White. For Sale. soii on the first miijL, he soot on trie nrsi vionaay n . N . tt veinber next, the house Mud lot in which 1 now reside, unless previously disposed of at private sile. 1 erms. $ casn, anrt Hie hnianco a: one an two years in equi! payments. IN. rvu 1 - ilu Aug. 24 h, Jdoo.-tf. II. R. RE I B, Attorney atlawand Solicitor in Chancery, W1..L give prompt attention to any busi ness tha; may be entrusted to bioi, in any of the courts in the counties of Yazoo, Holmes, Attala, Leake or MadiaoU. CCf" Office, Yazoo City, Mississippi. August 24, 1853-42. MISSISSIPPI NURSERIES LOCATED NEAR YAZOO CITY, MISS. THE Subscribers take great pleasure in an nouncing to their friends, and the public generally, that they have now ori hand, and ready for sale the coming fall, one of the choi cest "collections of Fruit Trees to be found any where in the South: Their assortment i very large and completethe trei.s are healthy and well grown and the prices as low as can possibly be afforded. The following are some of the leading articles with prices annexed : Pears?, $1 each, $80 period. Apricots $1 each, Apples, 25c. each, $20 44 44 Peaches 25c. 44 20 44 44 Strawberries, 50c. per doz. Nectarines 50c Plums, $1 44 Cheries, 1 41 All articles sent from the Nurseries are care fully labelled securely packed, and delivered in Yazoo City free of charge. Orders to re ceive attention, must be accompanied by cash, or good New Orleans, Vicksburg or Yazoo City Reference; and addressed to the subscri bers at Yazoo City, Miss. N. B. Persons unacquainted with the differ ent varieties of bruits, would do well to state for what purpose the trees are wanted, and leave the selection tt the proprietors. C. B. SWASEY &. CO. August 3, 1853-6m. ALT 3K) Sacks Salt for sale by 3june 22. SHROPSHIRE $ MASSEY. PRESHcorn meal, and feed for cows, and corn, milk and butter for sale b v C. J. BLACKMAN. HAMS1,500 Lbs, 44 Elder's" Sug Hams, for sale bv ar cured Aug. tO. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY Dry-Goods at Reduced Prices. 1ARGE assortment will be sold low for c tsh or to prompt customers op ihe usual time . iune 22, 53. SHROPSHi RE & MASSEY. Cl ENTS tine shoes and boots, for sale by W juoe 22. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. GIN BANDS i.OOO feet Gin Bands, 8,J and 10 inch. Just received nd for sale by Av9. 17, 1853. WHiSOK c HYATT. X. . 8TROTHER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, a Commissioner of Deeds, &c., fo- the States A of Missouri. Tennessee and Kentucky. GrsnevIlle Washington cour:ty, Miss. REFER TO Hon. Alex. Montgomery, Cnpain Win B. Pryor, Messrs. Porterfield & Co., Vicksbutg. Clerk of tho Circuit Co irt, Washington county. Hon. J. R. BtirniH, Yazoo City. April 27, 1853-25. A CARD. THE Rev. Thomas D. Ozanne, Rector of St. Philips Church, Kirkwood, Madison co Miss., is desirousof receiving into his family a limited number of Boarding Pupils whom he will instruct in all the branches of a Clinical and English Education either preparing them for College or carryim them through a Collegiate course, an may be desired. Kirkwood offers every advantage as to healthful ness of locality and rrtiremvni of situation, bo conducive to study The boarders are in every respect treat d ad s parr of the family. The ensuing session will open on the 5th of Sept ember next. Tuition 840 and 50; French, $20; Spanish, $10 per session of ten months; Boarding with washing &c, $150. REFERENCES. Bt Rev Wm M Green, Bishop of Miss., Jackson; Rev Meyer Lewin, Rector of St AndrewsCh., M Col Wm Mc Willie. Kirkwood, Madison co Miss H Vituffhan. Esq., Benton, Yazoo co. M W Ewing, Satan ia, Yazoo co. " W C Smedes, Vicksburg, G SYergrer, Esq., Jackson, July 20-37-2 m. Mr. J. C Chappell became a member of our firm on the 1st inst. The business will he conducted under the style of WRiGHT, WHALEY& CO. Vicksburg, July 9, 165?. c. WRIOHT, THOS. W HA LEY, J. C CHAPPELL. WEIGHT, WHALE Y & CI DEALERS IN Jean, Li use vs. Lowells, Russelts, Boots, Shoes. 4c. &c. Washington Street. Vicksburg, Miss. Notice. LL persons interested In lots Nos. 117 nnd 118 fronting on Washinarton street, in Yazoo City, county of Yazoo, and State of Mi--is'ippi, are notified that the following petition will be presented to ihe Probate Court of Ya zoo couutv, at the September term thereof, 1353. THE STATE OF MTS'ISSIt PI. ) Yazoo Co u n t y . Prorate Court September Term. 1S53. To Die Honorable George B. Wilkinson, Judge of said eourt. VOUR petitioner. Sarah P. Head, widow of Emanuel Head deceased, respectfully rep resents unto your h.nor; t' at her husband, the s:tid Emanuel Head, died intestate on the ria v of KV. h avinrr several chihlr n. all of whom your p-'tjiimer is informed, are dead or Ron-residents of this Stat?; that at the time of his death, the said Kmannel Head was seized ind p s5essed of the following lands nnd tene nents. lying and beingr in the county f Yazoo, State aforesaid, to-wit: Lots de-inaied as num ber one hundred a id seventeen, CI 17) an I one mudredand ,irhteen, fron insr n Washitigtoa reer, in the town of Y tzooCity. Th;it fames W. R.rne.'t who administered, on the said de e.di iit's estate, which was declared insolvent, has closed his a nni nisi ration hy final sc'tle ineiit, with the Probate Court of Yazoo county, and surrendered his letters at the November term thereof, IS42. 'our petitioner has never received her dow er in said lots, nor ny equivalent therefor, but is s'.ill ntitled to the saose. She therefore pr tvsyour honor to award a writ commandinjj t .e SlieiifTof Yazoo county, to st apart, and allot, her dower in said above described prem-i-so-. And as in dutv botmd your peti ioner will ever prav, .V c. JONES & BOWMAN, Ag. i 'r,d.-40.-4t. S ol'rs for petitioner. 6oper's Well: HE utidersimied lias taken the ENTlPiE Sl iminaffement and control of. COOLER'S WELL, nnd is now prepared to accoirimod tte the pub lic, A new dining room has been elected, the SLESPING ROOMSjjlustered and fitted with new furniture and BEDDING, and a complete renovation effected. Ample Accommodations will be Provided for FIVE HUNDRED GUESTS; and no more will be received than can be com fortably accommodated. FOR INVALIDS there can be no more ad vantageous retreat. The water is highly recom mended by the medical faculty, and the wonder ful cures effected by its use alm 8t surpass be tter. Ample details of several astonishing cures may be obtained on application at the Weil. The terms will be moderate, and no exertion will be spared to make guests comfortable. The Vicksburg and Jackson and Raymond Railroad will convey passengers to Raymond, thence 3 miles to the Well, in W. H. Smith's line of. NEW FOUR HORSE STAGES. The time of trip is less than 3 hours from Vicks burg'. Through tickets from vicksburg to Cooper's Well, can be obtained at the Rail depot, Vicksburg ; price 20. June 15th No-32 JOH M THATCHER. Removal. C M. SIMPSON, i..nnerly of 50 Canal St., would respectfully inform his friends and istomers, that he has just lemnved to the . ,,, Spa ious store, 116, CANAL STREET, where he will constancy keep a supply of Plantation, Household 8c Fancy Dry Goods which will . enable him to fill a bill through, at the low pri ces which have always characterized thi? house O. ftf. SIMPSON, 116, 0nal Street, Touras Row, New Orleans May 4, 1853. N. B. Couitry orders pi omptly filled. Copartnership Notice :"R. WtL.i M iJiNvKARU, formerly ; TX i.f Vickhi urg, Vliss., became a member of the Firm 1 1 -Geo&ge Pixckakd 6c Co." on the 4th April last. The COTTON FACTOR AGE and COM. MISSION BUSINESS will be conducted as heretofore, under the same Style and Firm, at No. 110 Camp Street, New Orleans. GEO. M. ITNCKARD, HENRY A. CAIRNES, WM. M. PINCKARD. ffcr Messrs. E. D. Downs & Co will aci as our agenisat Vicksburg, Miss., and are prepar ed to make Cash Advances, i nd furnish sup plies to Planters ShippingO.tton to our House GEO. M PINCKARD & Co. New Orleans, June 1 l853-6m. WHISK.EY50 barrels Dexler's celebrated IT whiskey for sale by . June 33, 18S3 , SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY r 1.4 IV FORTES. f vjO IFHk V 'W HC. TYLER, Agent for the sale of Pi- a-o Fortes from the most celebrated Factories in New York and Boston. Piano Fortes will be found constantly on handand fior. sale at the Manufacturer's retail price. Also on hand, a good assortment of Sheet Mu sic. Yazoo City, April 20, 1853-ly. New Cheap Casta Store. LEWIS FRANKLIN, Next door io Link 4" Harrison, Main Street, ttlOULD respectfully inform his friends, customers and the public in ffenerrl, that he has opened a new and select assortment of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, comprising of the following articles : Ready made Clothes, of nil descriptions Hats Boots? Shoes Trunks and Dry-Goods, and flatters himself that he can undersell any in the same line of bnstnessin town. Yazoo city, March 23, 1853-ly. CCF" Professor At.ex:, C. Barry's Tbicofh erous, or Medicatep Comtound, fir Beauti fying, Curling, Preserving, Restoring and strengthing the Hair, Relieving Diseases of the Skin, Curing Rheumatic Pains, and Heal ing External Wounds. Bounded by no geo graphical lines, the reputation of Barry's Tkicofherous pervades the Union. The sales of the article -T iate years have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief. Professor Barry, after a careful examination of his sale hook, finds that the number of I ottles delivered to order, in quantities of from hah a gross up ward, during the yeir 1S52, was within a trifle of 930.003. 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, pnd in all cases of superficial i rritu" i in, first recom mended it to the attention of the ponple. This ; was all that the inventor desired. Every bottle advert land itself. The effects of the fluid excee ded expeciathin. 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 n wholesale trade of Ad extent hitherto unbend of as regards articles of this kind. The higbetl 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 uid ?J 1 1111 factory. No. 137 Broadway, New-York. Retail pi ice, 25 cents a large bot tle. Li'ueral discount to purchasers by the quan tity. Sold by all the- principal merchants arc drup-jiists throughout the Uui'ed Stages and Canad a. Mexico, West Indies, Great Britain, France. &e. June 15th, G:n-32 1353. REG JIiAR UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. " pHE Steamer S. S. PR E X JL TISS, dpt. P. ClVallut lenVC for Vicksburg, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock M., punc tually , counectinir a iih the Sew Orleans pack ets ob arrival. For freight or passage apply to W. WYMAN, Agent. (XTvTIie S. S. Prentiss is ontirely new, and superior to any bout in th; trade; built express ly for a rr nil Loat between Vicksburg ;inl Vazoo City. Her accommodations are of the finest irder. She is provided with everything requir ed by the new law life boat, life preservers', three fire engines, (two working by steam,) and ooera every accommodation and security to! passenger?. August 3-l.r3-39-tf. Vicksburg, Yazoo and Tillatoba WEEKLY PACKET. Vicksburg, Satartia, Yazoo City, Tchula Greenwood, Leflore, Locopolis, Sf Tillatoba PACKET. THE NEW LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER GEN. STOKES, CAPTAIN BROWN, Will run as a regular Packet as above. The Gen. Stokes draws only 20 inches water. ASCENDING. Leaves Vicksburg, Tuesday, 5 o'clock, P. M M Yazoo City, Wedncs- 8 M Greenwood, Thursday, 7 " ' Leflore, 44 10 DESCENDING. Leaves Tillatoba, Friday, 4 o'clock, A. M. A. A. M. M. M-M-M-M. M Leflore, 12 Greenwood, ' 2 Sidqn, M 4 ' Yazoo City, Saturday 8 " Sata-tia, 44 10 n II P. P. A. A.M PORTERFIELD & CO.. Agents, Vicksburg, W. WYMAN, Agent, Yazoo City. June 22, 1853-33tf. Vicksburg and New Orleans Packet ECLiPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master. THIS magnificent steamer will run as a tegular packet between the above name.! ports, commen 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. M.. For freight or passage, apply on board or to PORTERFIELD fie CO. Vicksburg, May 18th, 1353. Regular New Orleans and Ticks burg Packet. rnHE fine steamer NATCH LZ -A T P. leathers. Master. il will leave Vicksburg for New Orleans and intermediate ports, regularly, ev ery Tuesday, at l2oVlock, precisely. PORTERFIELD $ CO.Agents. Vicksburg, May 4, 553. Vicksburg ana New Orleans Packet r-g iHL very rast and 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, Mayf, 1853. Shropshire and Massey DRY-UOODS AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS, Yazoo City, Mississippi, Vune 23, 1853. AO V ANCLES. fWy HE undersigned will make liberal advances JL on Cotton, shipped to Messrs. Pot & Mel, New Orleans, SHROPSHIRE & MAS 3EY. June 22, 1853, MERCHANTS, Yazoo City, Mississippi. fX3 Will sdnmce Plantation Supplies and Cash on Cotton to be shipped ibtouh them to heir friends in New Orleans. Feb. 1. 1653. DENTISTRY? H. LAURENCE $HE& DENTIST. OFFCE on Main Street, next door to Winn's Hotel. A list of prices for anv operation on the teeth, ran be consulted at tho ofiuce. Feb.2, 1853. spunk id mu mi. WE have to daj received the balance of the Spring and Summer etock of staple and fancy goods, carefully selected ih the eastern cities, and are ready and anxious to wait on ail who may be pleased to give us a call. May 2, 1854. JAS. THARP & CO. J. C. SMITH ER & CO. WboicsnSe nnd Retail Grocers, NO. 16, CANAL STREET, New Orleans December 15, 1852. JAMES WRIGHT. ABRAHAM 3. WEIGHT. A. WRIGHT & C U 7 TON FACTORS aad COMMISSION AND FORWAREING MERfi CHANTS, No. G7, Gravier Street, New Orleans. February 4, 1853--ly Hardware aad Queens ware. - WE keep a full assortment of tbo above arti cles always on hand. May 2, 1853. J. TH MZ& Sz CO. WATT, SYKES Su NOBLE, A J0 C O 31 I H S I O IV O X E R A L & FORWARDING MERCHANTS New-Orleans. Cry Ja. M. Watt, Greenwood, Miss. A . J. Sykes, Columbus, Miss. E. Piclrcc3 Noble, Charleston, Miss. May 25, 1853. New ITirm. CILAP.LnS T. MANX. J. 11. ANDREWS, M. D. Vazoo City, Mississippi. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Drug?, Med icines and Chemicnls, Paints, Oils, Var nisJins, Window Glass nnrf Putty. LANDRETITS GARDEN SEEDS Dye-Stufis and Gla?s-Vv8ro, Fine Pcrfu merv, Scap3 and Brashes, School Books, Steel Pen, Quils, and Stationer), Letter and Cap Paper, Medical and Mis sellancous Eooks. Blank Books, Superior Inks, Paper Hangings. Pure Wines Sf Brandies. Prescriptions and orders will receive pnrticu-! lar attention at all boors of the day & night. AGENTS for all the valuable fHmiiy medicines j in use. Buyers will always find here fresh I and unadulterated Medicines. We are determined to sell as low t any es tablishment iirNew Orleans or else where in the South West. April C, 1803-1 y. I jT1ic State of Mississippi, Yazoo County, J PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 1853 To all persons interested in the Estate of John Hunter, deceased. tt7OUare hereby cited to be and appear at the W September Term, 1853, of the Prooate Court of Yuzoo county, at .the Court House of said county-then and th ?re to shew cause if any you can, why the final account of Wm. Y. Gad berry administrator of said estate, should not be allowed, and his letters surrendered. And further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our 6aid court in the premises. And it is further ordered by the Court, that publication f this citation be made in the Ya zoo Dcmocrdt (or the space of sixty days. A'itness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Jurlfre of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th Monday in June, 1803, and seal of said court. Issued the 1st day of Julv, A. D. 1853. JAMES H. BELL, Clerk. July 6, 1853-3o-10t. JAMES H. PATTERSON, CO,HMISION MERCHANT, No. 9, Locust Street, ST. LOUIS, .MISSOURI. Refer to Messrs. Shropshire & Massey, and R. R. Williamson & Co., Yazoo City. Oct. 13, 1852. Rcmcval. TU"E have removed our dry poorls Flore to the W new brick blot k, where Winn's Hotel for merly stood opposite J. Tharp & Co. July 27, 185o. HOBSON & LAMKIN. Harness and Saddle Horses. JUST received a superior lot of saddle and harness Horses, for sale. Selected by a first rate judge of stock, from Bourbon county, Ky. Tho are the finest I nave ever been able to purchase fr this market. They are for sale, as I have declined the general hi re-. ing business. J uiiAum.iiv Negro Dogs, MR. JONES is stationed at my White Hall Place, one mile west of Yazoo ekiy, with my dogs, and r. BuyU's celebrated negro dogs, for the pur pose of hunting runaway slaves on reasonable terms. Apply to me or Mr. Jones. C. J. BLACKMAN. JUST RECEIVED A few negroes for sale. C. J. BLACKMAN. A. F. Dunbar St Co Manufacturers, ana Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES aND BROGANS, No. 54 and 56, Common Street, NEW ORLEANS. October 1st 1852 ly Cattle, Sbeep and flogs. I CAN furnish planters and o'hers with the best kind of cattle, sheep and hogs, they may desire, on reasonable terms. C. J. BLACKMAN. To Cash Purchasers. WE offer inducements equal to arry other house, in Drv Guods and Prodtiee. Aug. 10, '53. SHROPSHIRE A MASSEY. New Wheat,Floar. BARRELS Extra Cresent Mills, 25 Scotia Mills, for sale by f-Aog 10. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. M NEW-ORLEANS CA'RDS. Thos. Waters, J. B. CanxSeu, Chan. Waterr. WATERS, CAMBEI k EH. COTTON FACTO R.3 AND Commission XWtxtljawto t NO. 102 POYDRAS STREET J. I AL Jv. & CO Importers and Wholestle DeJUr x.n SILK GO ODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dress G001U. NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, (Between Common and Gravier Si-u -,, New Oslea:-' -Also Tmrfrrted and Domestic hlraxe Goftd. Dec. 16, 1852. d6.-1. - 11 - imuil M -a -im 1 1 Peet. SimznB & CO. IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALET..; IV NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREE'J NEW OR LEAN Dk. 15, 1552. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCER A A ND J -wmmisston ilitci)CLniz , i DeaJertj in Tobacco, Fpreign & Domes ! LIQUORS i-c No. 20 New I,evee, j December. ID, 18C-2. , Ij JOSEPH H. PALM T. P.. JAMES II. J osepla II. Palmer & Co. IMPORTERS & Jilvj LESALE DEALER? FOREIGN & DOMESTIC n5 j Lti ar cr CE3- Q5 Zu OS- 4-7 Camp Street, above Q-ra.Lr, Dec. 15, 1352. Nb-Okt.e anu new-ohTeans" . itr rr a I. MARSH, DENMAN 6k CO. 81 & 83, Commen Street, orpos.u Verandah Hotel. rjpHE oli'est and largest establishTrMs n I city. Our stock consists of aomr- 0 Car triages, comprising L'aechps, Loaches, Kocr--1 waya, liarrouches and Buggies, with cud with 'outT.-ps. And almost every varletjf ppcd i:i the Uiit'.ed State?, n:annfaciu-ed in New .ror ey, (and fur r?lc cheaper iban at tny otl-.er etabli-h-; ment Intliia city, for cash or city acceptance. Purchasers will please call and exi;uine our i It ock end iudtre for themselves. I, MARSH, DENMAN CO. LecemLcr id, ikw, NEW SHOE STORE. Si G? J2 S Wholesale Toiler in HATS, CAPS 1 No. 70, Gravier Street, December 15, 1Su2. FAN TON & TUKL E Y , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fancy and staple ury 5od. CI-OUHtNG, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Corner of Washington aJ China Streets. VICKSEURG, Mt-SlSSIPPI. BRUME & SON, Commission, Receiving and warding Merchants, Mulberry Street, Vicksburg, Mississt KELTo constantly or. hand, Plantati plies of all kinds. Wagons, Ploi &c. Liberal advances made on cotton, to our friend, . J. H. HEALD, 34 Natchez Sti'.eet. New Orlca: December 15, 1852. For- Notice. "JlIIE Co-partnership heretofore existing j. X-this city, under the firm of Thornhiii V Mcl'henny having expired by llmi ! ult., the same has been dissolve 1 The undei sio-ned informs his fi iends(iJbat 1 tiuue a Cotton Factorage and Of.: ,misiok butONFSs at No. 0, Caro b under the style of TIIORNHILL jno. thoi; New Orleans, June 15, 1853-Gm. tieet ; WRIGHT, WILLiAftlS & CO. COTTON 5' ACTORS, 61, Union Rq CABo:;nF.i.rr SmiEi t NE W ORLE I CONTINUE to shin to thir, House, and vi) be always ready ann willing to make liber cash aavances on consignments to them. Wil also furnish plantation supplies &r. P. O'DONNELL. Yazoo City, Oct 6.1852. WATCHES JEWELRY. JUST received and for sale at redao.: anew supnlv of superior quality a i watches and jewelry, warranted as nsul. January 12, 1653. Watches repaired at S II WILSON. C. O. JACKSON, JAS. B. PUTNAM, W. W. CATtK CO. JACKSON & CO. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SllOES, HATS, &c.( Successors to E. W. Jack. Washington Street, Vicksburg, Miss ' " r- . VANJLOON, PAXTON & CO. LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG. Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders. ENGINE AND CAR BUILDERS. Gin and Mill Work, and all kind of Planta tion and Steamboat work prompt y ex ecuted and fully guaraateed. February 16, 1853-ly. T ARD OIL 160 Gallons No. 1 Lard O ust received by FS. Ji, 1909 WILSfiN & HYATT NV.