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JT. R. STROTHEB,
ATTORNE V AT LAW. A Commissioner f Deeca, &c, for the States of Missouri. Tennessee and Kentucky. Greneviixk, Washington county, Miss. REFER TO Hon. Alex. Montgomery, Caplain Wm. B. Pryor, Messrs. Porterfieid & Co., Vicksbuig. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Washington county. Hon. J . R. fijrrus, Yazoo City. April 27, 1853-25. ACARD. rrillE Rev. Thomas D. Ozanne, Rector of JL St. Philips Church, Kirk wood, Madison co Miss., is desirousof receiving into his family a limited number of Boarding Pupila whom he will instruct in all the branches of a Classical and English Education either preparing thein for College or carrying them through a Collegiate course, as may bo desired. Kirkwood offers every advantage as to healthfulness of locality and retirement of situation, so conducive to study The boarders are in every respect treat ed as a part of the family. The ensuing session will open on the 5th of September next. Tuition 8 40 and $50; French, $20; Spanish, $10 per session of tea months; Boarding with washing &c, $ 150. REFERENCES. Bt Rev Wrn M Green, Bishop of Miss., Jaekon; Rev Meyer Lewin, Rector of St Andrews Ch., " Col Wm McWiilie. Kirkwood, Madison eoMiss 11 Vauffhan. Esq., Benton, Yazoo co. " M W Ewing, Satari ia, Vazoo co. M W C Smedes, Vicksburg, G SYergrer, Esq., Jackson, July 20-37-2m- Mr. J. C Chappell became a member of our firm on the 1st inat. The business will be conducted under the style of WRiGHT, W HALEY & CO. Vicksburg, July 9, 185?. C WRIGHT, THOS. WHALEY, J. C CHAPPEI.I.. WRIGHT. WHALEY & CD. DEALERS IN Jeane, Linscys. Lowells, Bussetts, Boots, Shoes, cfc. Washington Street. Vicksburo, Miss. Notice. ALL persons interested in lotsNos. 117 and 118 fronting on Washington street, in Vazoo 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 countv, at the September term thereof, 1S53. THE S TATE OF MISSISSU PI, J Yazoo Co u n t y . Probate Court September Term, 1853. To tlie Honorable George B. Wilkinson, Judge of said court. YOUR petitioner, Sarah P. Head, widow of Emanuel Head deceased, respectfully rep resents unto your honor; that her husband, the said Emanuel Head, died intestate on the day of 1839, 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. 1 inr and being in the county of Yazoo, State afordQpd. fo-wit: Lots designated as num her one hundred and seenteen, (117) and one hundred and eighteen, fron'jngon Washington s reet, in the town of Yazoo City . That James v V . Barnett who administered, on the stud de cadent's estafe, which was declared insolvent, has closed his a lministratjon by final seUle iuei.t, with the Probate Court of Yazoo county, and surrendered his letters at the November term thereof, 1842. V'our petitioner has never received her dow er in said lots, nor any equivalent therefor, but is still milled 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. 1853. 1853. iDooper's Well. 'IHE U'idersigued lias taken the ENTIRE l. management arid control of. COOPER'S WELL, and is now prepared to accommod ite the pub lic, . , . A rtew dining room has been eiectr. SLEEPING ROOMS plastered snd ritfeu with new furniture and BEDDING, and a Complete renovation effected Ample Accommodations will feE Provided fok FIVE HUNDRED GUESTS; and rib more will be received trjan can be com ibrtiLply accommodated. , EOR INVALIDS there cari be no more ad vantageous retreat. The water is highly recom mended by the medical faculty, and the wonder ful cum effected bv its Use almrst surpass be- Hfr. Amnle details of several astonishing cures mav he obtained oh aDDlication at the Well. The terms will be moiterate, and no exertion J will be s Da red to make guests comfortable. The VirkRburff arid Jacksorisfid Raymond Railroad will convey passengers to Raymond, ... 11 . r, l i i hence 3 m miles to tins Well, in W. H. Smith's line cf. 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 oe ooiainea ai ine nan depot, Vicksburg ; price $2 20. June 15th No-32 JOHN THATCHER. Removal. 9m 7o.,ii rnootC.tlv infnrm hiifripmlo nn tstomers, that he has just temoved to the . . Spacious Store, HO, cflNAL STREET, where he will constantly keep a supply of Plantation, Household & Fancy Dry Goods which will enable him to fill a bill through, at the lowpri cei which have always characterized this house O. M. SIMPSON, 116, Canal Street, Touras Row, New Orleans May 4, 1863. N. B. Cou itry orders pi omptiy filled Copartnership Notice, M R. WILLIAM M. PINCKARD, formerly of Vicksburg, Miss., became a member oi ine rirm ci "Lteoko. rmAnu on the 4th April last. The COTTON FACTOR . 1 n. r rf", ill ll...r.f. . nn A. V. " AGE and COMMISSION BUSINESS will be conducted as heretofore, under the same Style and Firm, st No. 110 Camp Street, New Orleans. GEO. M. PINCKARD, HENRY A. CAIRNES, WM. M. PINCKARD. (7-Messrs. E. D. Downs & Co will act as oilr agents at Vicksburg, Miss., and are prepar ed to make Cash Advances, ind ftu-num sup plies to Plaoters Shipping Ct.tton to our House GEO. M. PINCKARD & Co. New Orleans, June 15, 1853-6m. WHISKEY 5a barrels Dexter's celebrated " whtskev for sale by Ji-x 22, 1853 SHROPSHIRE & MASSE Y. PIANO FORTES. U C. TYLER, Agent for the sale of Pi aro Fortes from the most celebrated Factories in New York and Boston. Piano Fortes .will be found constantly on hand, and for sale at the Manufacturer's retail price. Also on hand, a goon assortment of Sheet Mu sic. Yazoo City, April 20, 1853-ly. New Cheap Cash Store. LEWIS FRANKLIN, Next door to Link df Harrison, Main Street, V17"OULD respectfully inform his friends, customers and the public in generrl, that he has op ned a new uid select assortment of SPRING and S MMER GOODS, comprising of the following articles: Bendy made Clothes, of ill descriptions Hat Boots Shoes Trunks and Dry-Goo flatters himself' that lie can underset the same liueo. business in 'own. Yazoo city, March 1853-ly. 03"Profeasof Lutx, C. Uarsv's 1 erous. Or Medicated Compound, f r md in KRY 8 1 BIOSH M-. i r Beautj Restoring an lying, uriuiif. rresen streogthing the Hair, Reli vi Di the skin. Curing Rheumatic Pains, and Heal ing External Wounds. Bounded hy n geo graphical lines, the reputation of Barry's Tricopherous pervades the Unjon. The sales of the article f late years have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief. Professor Barry, after a careful examination of his sales book, finds that the number ofl ottlea delivered to order, in quantities of from hah a gross up ward, during the year 1852, was within a trifle of 950.000. It is unnecessary to present at length the evidences of the wonderful properities of the Tricopherous, when the public have furnished such an indorsement as this. The cheapness of the article and thfKplanations given of its chemical action upon the hair, the scalp, and in all cases oi superficial irritaii n, hrst recom mended it to the attention of the people. This was all that the inventor desired. Every bottle advertised itself. The effects of the fluid excee ded expectation. It acted like a charm. The ladies would not be without it. Country deal ers in every section of the United States found they must have it; and thus was built up n wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unhead 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 b' a milii m an I a half of bottles. Depot and Manufactory. No. 1 -17 Bro&dwa . New-York. Retail pi ice, 2 cents a large ot tle. Liberal discount to purchasers by the quan tity. Sold by all the principal merchants and druggists throughout the United States and Canada, Mexico, West Indies, Great Britain, France, &e. June 15th, Gm-32 1S53. REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. ' plIE Steamer S. S. P R E N L T I S S, Ca'pt. P. C. Wallis, leaves for Vicfcburir, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock M., pone tually , connecting with the ew )rleans puck eta OB arrival. For freight or pa-sai;e pr . W. WYMAN. Agent. CC tne 8, o. frentiss is entirely new a no superior to any boat oat in. th" trade; built express between Vicksbunjj tad Vazoo v lor a n ail boat City, Her accommodations .ire of th; finni rdev. She is provided with everything requir ed by the BW raw life boai, life preservers, three fire engines, (two working by steam,) and offers every accommodation and securitv to passengers. August 3-l-o;i-39-tl. Vicksburg1, Vazoo and Tillatoba WEEKLY PACKET. Vicksburg, Satarlia. Yazoo City, Thai f o!is. y Tittatoba r : T raUght stea m ej; Greenwood THE NE1 G E . STOK KS 9 c P T N H 11 U A i Get c IS V J Tuea Wntdm Leaves Vicfcabujg, " Yazoo Ci y, Grpeiiwoou, " Leflore, rhursday. .7 10 A J1. A.M. A. M-M-P.M. P. M. A.M A.M DESCENDING Leaves Tillatoba, Friday, 4 o'clock, M Leflore. 12 Greenwood. V 2 tidon, " 4 Yazoo City, Saturday P " Sata'tia, . 10 PORTERFIELD& CO., Aeents, Vicksburg, VV. 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 legujar packet between the above named ports, commen- ( hi? on the 21st September next, leavinjr Vicksburer ever Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock returning, leaves New Orleans Satur i . in i. day at 10 o'clock A. M.. I or freight or passage, apply on board or to PORTER FIELD fit CO. Vicksburg, May 18th, 153. Rcsrnlar New Orleans and Ticks burg racKet. THE fine steamer N ATC H EZ T. P. Leathers, Master, will leave Vickabure for New Orleans and intermediate ports, regularly, ev ery Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, precisely. PORTERFIELD 6c CO, Agents. Vicksburg, May 4, 553. Vftckshurgand New Orleans Packet THE very fast and entirely J- 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 fic CO., Agents. Vicksburg May 4, 1853i Shropshire and Massey JRYUitODS AND PROiiUCK MERCHANTS: Yazoo City, Mississippi, Vune22, 1853. T HEundersned will make liberal advances nrt Tntton. shiDDed to Messrs. lai oz- mei, Ma, nleaiiB. SHROFM11KJS CSC MAD - w m j - in-Hmf il V" w- w . tJjjjlljjsC June 22, 1853. WILSONS & HYATT, ccrrat(.cti, produce sua roms MERCHANTS, Vazoo City, Mississippi. (2F Will advance Plantation Supplies and Cash on Cotton to be shipped through them to heir friends in New Orleans, Feb. 16. 1853. DENTISTRY. H. LAURENCE DENTIST. OFFCE on Main Street, next door to Winn's Hotel. A list of prices for anv operation on the teeth, can be consulted at the office. Feb. '2, 1658. WE have to daj received the bain nee of the Spring and Summer stock of staple and fancy goods, carefully selected ih the eastern cities, and a re ready and anxious to wait on ail who may be pleased to give us a call. May 2, l-f4. J AS. THARP & CO. J. C. SMITH ER & CO. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, SO AN A L S1KEET, New Orleans , e em bet 15, 1")2. . . .vlh WRIGHT. ABRAHAM J. WRIGHT. A. .J. WRIGHT & CO., CO'lTON FACTORS COMMISSION AND FORWAREING MER CHANTS, No. 67, Gravier Street, New Orleans. February 4, 1853-ly Hardware and Queens ware. WE keep a full assortment of the above arti cles always on hand. fay. Mav -2, 18o3. J. THARP & CO. WATT, SYKES & NOBLE, AND GENERAL CORIIHIssION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS New-Orleans. rxytos. M. Watt, Greenwood, tiss.- A. J. Sykes. Wolumbus, Miss. E. Pickens Noble, Charleston, Miss. Mav 25,1853 New Firm. CHARLES T. MANN. J. H. ANDREWS, M. D. Vazoo Ci'.y, Ulississippi. V r ! Hid Retail i ers in Urus, .Vied ieinea id C""inie.ih, P.iints. Oils, Var iittibes, ' ri ndi vv Gl ips nrf Putty. LANDRBTH'S GARDEN SEEDS Dye-iutTs and U lass-Ware, Fine Perfu mery, Soaps and Brushes, School Books, Steel Pens, Qui is, and Stationery, Letter and Cup Paper, .Medical and Mis . sellaneous Books. Blank B(Kksy Superior Inks, Ptiper Hangings. -Pure, Wines Sf Brandies. Prescriptions and orders will receive particu lar attention at all hoorsot'the day & niifhi. X'lENTSfor nil the valuable fmnily med'nrines in use Buyers w II riffrayn find h"re fresh and uQadile rated WeJleinea, We are deteraihied s"lf u low a -my es tabliahment in Newt Or If mi or 'lse- wtiere in '5, 18 Somh West. Flic Slate of lississlppi, ( Vazoo County, J PROBATE COURT JUNE TERM, 153. To ail persons interested in the Estate of John Hunter, deceased. S7"OUare hereby cited to be and appear at the Septestber Term. 1853. of the Probate Court of Yuoo county, at the Court House of said county -then ttnd th re to shew cause if any you rattj .vhv tiie final account of Wm. Y. Gad berty ndminlstrator of said estate, should not !. a owed, :-iid hi letters surrendered. d further In do and .suffer such things as i i !e ci -l -! and ordered by ou' said nr in the premitiea. . And it i- tyrrtHn r, raer-d by the Court, that dicstion 4 if i an n ,e made in the Ya zo ! mocrdl for the space of sixty days; s . ss, Ho Probata ' ' G.m,. R Wilkinson, Judge Yazoo countv. the 4th 1 -"-. ind seal of said emrt. of Julv. A. D. 1H53. iES it. BELL, Clerk. 1st J MES H. PATTERSON, C'OH IH I SSI ON MERCHANT, No 9, Loeval street, tST. ZOUIS, MISSOURI. : to Messrs. Shropshire & Massey, and R.R. Williamson 81 Co., Yazoo City. Oct. 13, 1852: Removal. WE have removed our dry goods store to the newbrick blo k, where Winn's Hotel for merly stood opposite L Thrp & Co July 27, 1853 HOBSON & LAMKIN. n nu-ss and saddle Horses. U.ST received a superior lot 01 saddle and harness Horses, tor sale. Selected by a first rate judge of stock, from Bourbon countv, Ky. The are. the finest 1 nave ever been ab'w to urchse f"r this market. Ihey are for sale, as I have dec ined the general hire incr business! C J. BLACKMAN. Negro Dogs. MH, JUNES is stationed t my VVhi e Hi ll Place, one mile west of YhSoo ciiy.'ith my dogs, and d's celebrated .negro dogs, for the pur pose ot hunting runaway yl;ives on reasoiiaOie tfrme. Apply to trie or Mr. Jones, C. J. BLACKMAN. UST RECEIVED A few negroes for sale. C. J. BLACKMAN. A. V- Dunbar & Co Manufacturers, and Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, No. 54 and 56, Common Street, NEW ORLEANS. October 1st 1852 ly Cattle, Sbeep and Hogs. I CAN ' turnish planters and O'hers with the best kind ol cattle, sheep nnd hogs, they may desire, ort reasonable terms. C. J. BLACKMAj To Casli Purchasers. ITEfiffiir inducements eqml to ny t v houe, in Drv Gimds.wrid Produce. other Aug. 10, '53. SHROPSHIRE 5l MASSEY. Mew Wheat Floor. BARRELS Extra Cresent Mills, OU 25 Scotia Mills, for sale by Aug, 10, SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. Mr. B NEW-ORLEANS CARDS, Thoe. Waters, J. B. Camden, Chan. Water WATERS. C1IIII ft U COTTON FACTORS AND ommifij0ion JHercl)ant0, NO. 102 POYDRA8 STREET, "tZtto Qdtar.. YAL EiTJ r K CO Importers and Wholesale Dealers in fawq anb Staple . SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dress Qoodi NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, Between Common and Ghravier Streets,) New Osleans. At.so Imported and Domestic Straw Goods. Dec. 15, 1852. n6iy. Feet. Simms & OO. IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS W NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 15, 1S52. ly. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS A ND Commission illercljants, Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & Domestic LIQUORS &e. No. 26 New Levcc, December, 15, 1852. ly. JOSEPH H. PALMER. JAMKS H. MASSEV. J osepli II. Palmer & Co. IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALER? I N FOREIGN & DOMESTIC W (3 CS UZ 33 47 Camp Street, above Gravier, Dec. 15, 1352. New-Orleans NEW-ORLEANS " Carriasre M3m W are - House. I. MARSH, DEN MAN & CO. 81 & 8 3, Common Street, oppotdtt Verandah Hotel. IE oMest and largest establishments inthit a city. Our stock consists of some 200 Car riages, comprising Caleches, Coaches, Rocka v.ays, Barrouchesand Buggies, with and with out Tops. And almost every variety used iu the United "-tates, manufactured in New Jersey, and for sale cheaper than at any other eptablish ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance. Purchasers will please call and examine our stock and judge for themselves, I, MARSH, DENMAN & CO. December 15, 1852. NEW SHOE STORE. Z3Ei S 2a G2 dfe Dealer in CAPS No. 70, Gravier Street, December 15, 1S52. Ktw Orleans FANTON & TURLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fancy and staple wry Goods, CLOHH1NG. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, bablslfrs, Carriage dmmings, &r. &rc. Comer of Washington and China Streets, VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI. BRUNER & SON, Commission, Kcceivingr and For warding Merchants, Mulberry Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi, KEEP. constantly on hand, Plantation Sup plies of all kinds. Wagons, Plows &c, &,c. Liberal advances made on cotton, snippea to our friend, J. H. HEALD, 34 Natchez Street. New Orleans. December 15, 1852. Notice. 'riHE Co-partnership, heretofore existing ii 1. this city, under the firm of Thornhill 4 Mcllhenny having expired by limitation 31s' ult., the same has been dissolve 1. The under signed informs his friends, that he will con tinue a Cotton Factorage and General Co mission buaiNESS.at No, 29, Carondclet Street under the style of THORNHILL & CO. 3 . JNO. THORNHIBL. New Orleans, June 15, 1853 -6m. WRIGHT, WILLIAIVIS & CO. COTTON FACTORS, 61 UNION Row, Caronoelet Street, ' NEW ORLEANS. 1 CONTINUE to ship to this House, and wil be always ready and willing to make liberal cash advances on consignments to them. Wil also furnish plantation supplies &c. , P. O'DONNELL. Yazoo City, Oct 6, 1852. WATCHES & JEWELRY. 1 UST received and for sale at reduced prices, J anew subnlv of superior quality and style watches and jewelry. Watches repaired ano warranted as usual. January 12, 1853. S. H WILSON. C. O. JACKSON, JAS. K. PUTNAM, W. W. CAItBisus c. o. Jackson & co. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRV GOODS, BOOTS, SHQES. HATS, &c., Successors to E. W. Jack. Washington Street, Vicksburg, Mis. IABId C5IL 160 Gallons No. 1 LardO Jt Just received by Feb. 16, 1853. Dry-Hoods at Reduced Prices. I" ARGE assortment will be sold low for cash JLi or to prompt customers on tne usual Time june 23, '53. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. IN BANDS 1,000 feet Gin Bands, 8, 9 VJT and 10 inch. Just received and for sale by Aug. 17, 1853 WILSON & H If ATT. HATS, jl Franklin Iron Foundry. CAS TINFS A c JOHN ROBB Jr. RESPECTFULLY announces to planters, and the public generally, that the old es tablished FRANKLIN FOUNDY, Vicksburg, is again in full operation, ready to execute, promptly, orders for Castings of all dencrlpl lions. Mill, and Gin (Irons, Engine work, 1-, kinds of repairing, &c. Also. Agent Hotch-t kiss.. PateSt Veftical Water Wheol. which is rapidly suporceedlng all others. Patten. j for furnishing three sixes may be seen at the j n1 rt? ft, A I t n itilitatitAAAM At ,! rill ntiiava' pointed out. Ihanklul for past favors, the proprietor fi-: licits a continuance. Dromieinrr to execute all 1 orders in his Jiac, in a manner no, to besur- passed at any Fouudery in the South or West JOHN HOHH. Jr. N. B. All orders left with Messrs. Allen & Barksdale, Yazoo City, will meet with prompt attest! in, Vlchsburg, Aug. 6, l840.-37-9m Jewelry Music Store, H-4f. TYLEB) MAIN ST. THE COMM NEXT D003 10 fMtt BANK, f TTASon hand good assoi ( nent of al MidFauc iioods. and M.JL kinds of Jewel rv f.uA Fnnn wilJconatantly be supplied witht 1 moat fash onble styles and patterns fromt le North. WATCHES 4- JEWELRY RE PAIRED f WARRANTED. Piano For ten. H C. T., &. Co., are agent fur the saieoT thelfHr- Watches. Clokp. Ti "Horst pattent Ion Pianos which are the best pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli- mate. Also for Adam Stoddart's pianos. In- struction books of all kinds. A good assort' mcnt of sheet music. Violins and Accorde - ons. fetnngs for Guitar and Violin. Yazoo City, Dec. 11-1852-tf. MUSKETTO Bars for sale by june 22, 1853. S. & M. ALLOW For sale by C.J. BLACKMAN. SILK and june 22. ILK. and Gu:hain Umbrellas for sale bv S. & M. 6 DOZEN Kid Gloves for sale by june 22. S. 6c M. DAVIS' HAMS Just received a lot of Da vis' Extra Hams, for sale by Feb. 16, '53. WILSONS & HYATT. M OR FORD PLOWS Just received seven-ty-rive Morford Plows, for le by Feb. 16, '53. WILSONS & HYATT. VALUABLE LAND FOB ALE. WILL rILL sell on low terms. 660 seres ofJand situated above high water mark) on the river, in Sunflower county, Township I JL O i a zoo 16, Range 2, west For fbrther information apply through R. K. Pickett or F. Bostick to-the ui designed. S. A. GARNETT Yazoo City, Jon 26, '1653-12. i;v hoi ;si!. (HAVING taken into co-partnership Mr. Jas. M. Lamkin, we will continue the Dry Goods IB connexion with tlie Produce and Grocery bu siuess at my old slaud, under the style of HOBSON & LAMKIN. Dry Goods and Groceries. Having juFi commencoa me rroduce m ron- bexion with our Dry Goods business, we take pleasure in informing our' friends aod the public generally, that we are now receiving a full stock of Western Produce, Groceries, Family supplies, fire. We intend to keep always on baud, articles of the ''first water" in both blanches, at reasona . . . . . " - ' ble rates to gooq customers on time, and "unrea sonably low" fur the dimes in hand. HOBSON fit LAMKIN. Yaoo city, Jan. 19, 1853. White Lead, Window Sash Etc. fc4 W I Lbe. Pure No. 1 white Lead, AUUUiat) Gs. Linseed Oil, 500 Lbs. Putty, 2000 Lights window Sash, . For sale by WILSONS & HYATT. February 16. 1853. Crushpd ills. Extra Sundries. CJUGAR Clarified, Brown, Loaf k7 FLOUR 50 Bbla. Missouri M 10 " Bupernne, at. r . 150 " " Ohio, POTATOES 150 Irish, London Eauv, OATS 50 Sacks. IARNESS, Bridles, Hoes, Trace Chains, and a general assortment of Family and Plantation Supplies, for sale by 1-eb. 10, '3- WILSONS & HYATT. For Sale. f(Q ACRES LAND, situated about nine UUe7 miles from Yazoo City and about seven miles from Benton on the new Lexington rose, in the neighborhood of Rev. J. W. Purvis.- - There are about two Hundred 01 fifty acres of thlt tract under fence, and in a high state of culti. , vation, a fine crop having been grown on th j place the present year. There is also a good mill and gin, and comfortable negro quarter and dwelling house on the place. This is a - nne tract ot land, and a good bargain wiilbe given to any one who wishes to purchase. for further information, refer to Thomas G Clark, Benton, and P. O'Donnell, Yasoo City. JJece. iot 1802.-0 G. SWAYZE. A. SWAYZE. C. J. Blackman & c Auctioneers and dealers in negroes, stock and property of all de scription Yazoo city, Sept. 24th 1851. THRESH TEAS A choice lot of fresh Teas, JL just received by WILSON & HYATT. February 16, 1853. QSACKJ iJ june 25 best Riq Coffee for sale by . - SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY MOLASSE 20 Bis. Reboiled Molasses for for sale by SHROPSHIRE Ax M ASSEY . PISTOLS! PISTOLS!! REVOLVING self-cocking end other su perior quality pistols, for sale by December 24th 1&51. S. H. WILSON 1 , 1 , m I .1 y i Carpenter's and Plantation TMlsw Wb, have a very excellent assortment of tools of all Kinds oh hand, and for sale. May 3d, 1853. J. THARP o CO. VAN LOON, PAXTON A, CO. LEVEE STREET, VICKSBURG. Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders, ENGINE AND CAR BUILDERS, Gin and Mill Work, and all kinds of Planta tion and Steamboat work promptly ex ecuted and fully guaranteed. February 16, 1853-ly. SALT 300 Sacks Salt for sale by jone 22. SHROPSHIRE fr MASSEY IRESHcorn meal, and feed for cows, and corn, milk and butter for sale by C. J. BLACKMAN. OAMS-1.500 Lbs, Elder V Sugar cured XXInms, for sale by Aug. 10. SHROPSHIRE A MASSEY. - rrT(J T TT " Ti Gtnl tl11" S5oPTlHKrMAS;FV i00 22 SHROPSHIRE 6c MAS j?( a Xlt lillC- AGENT. roW9TN, WaNI) a ?vD ment of FINE WaTCJES of eve """r,u" iffJiu 0: (i envcr AJantel clocks; and Mttffk rox es, Gold Guard, Fob, Vest chain and Chatalains, Watch Seals Keys, and Channti, Msm Ruby, Emerald, Opal and Garnet Rii gs Tius, Ear IUngn, Brac It l Cuff Pins, Belt Buckles. Cold Pens and Pencils, topnhtr with u great varietv of other Jcwelrr, Fancy Coods" Plated Vnre; etc., etc., etc ., Sliver Tes Setts, Pi'cb crs, Coblcts, Sp )onE, Caps, Fcrl , Jadht?, Aepkin King.-, AaltCel lers, etc., Fine Scissor, Pen and P cket Knives Or This Stock of God8 bciv? im com mission will be sold at very small pr'.V;, for CASH, or good city pp r 0JE. A. T. can always manufacture, t short notice, almost any o'rtic! of ft welry Silyor Ware that may be wanted Dia.m a&d other valuable Gems reeet: Canks mbuntcd, etc. 'Specimens of Wu workcanal- u'dvp hp. Rrpn nt the tfr . j sic-bo.xcs of every dewcriptiun, cat j paired and tcarr ranted. Jewelry Repaired. Old (JuM and taken in Exchange. 1 ;ew Orients, October 10, 1- BROWN & AVERY. Next drtfr above the Bank butding Mvin X'rcct Yaxoo city KEEr constantly on hand nn exfentive op. so t el t of all kinds of tin-ware . Tl y are aaractiri ng a fie article of dhower- bathe and t athing-tu'irf. They krop Alvyi JyffiVf?!? fJl rl' BtT ! C Y llU,&r d ' cht,P' fcT CaU 5?s W&Zi. r' f"''""' : Ii. FT'TZ. lu u" 0 1 K,:ia.s ' "lirr," 1 Buu uvi n;hcri piion oijon-worK w mi im'ht I nFs and dispatch. Prrpons wishing an thing in their line would do w c 1 1 to -them a call before purcbaaiug t lsew here. inanktui for the patroiifge which lias here- I ,of?re been liberally bestowed, they hoi c to recer c a cosilnuancc of the -a mo. Yazoo 11 , August 20th l'-ol ly jtiw Firm. HIG G1NB O 'I HAM : XJ - ' m nu tv We the uuderfignrd ha;e formed a partner shipfor the purpote of trHnsacting a Genrm ) Produce, Grocery o:id Liquor business W wtll keep constauty on hand a genern hfsoi t i mnt of f n 1 YJ . A . . I ' . mhj , . ' ill- k' , L'lM'lull'B Hardware, CuUery and Queenswarc which we v, ll bcU verv law. . T. T. HIGG1NBOTHAM. O. W. HENDERSON. Dcc'r 3d 1851. LITTLES VERMIFUGE. ' A sure remedy to cure children of worms, re quiring no other medicine io fullew it; and be sides, it will soon restore puny or drooping children to health agnin. It can be given to j the most delicate child with perfect safety, nntf is not surpassed, if equalled, by any other, .Put up in vials double the usual tiz, and hImi I 5 lftrge b,,ttle8 for plantation use, and mo 'tnHn 50 per cent cheaper than any other. rorsaie ny inu.UfeUJN f-JU. Ai'ent J. E. SHROPSHIRE s Yazoo City July 2d 1851 D. Tamborine. DEALER IN Wines, Liquora. Ccdials. &c. AND FAMILY GROCER. Main St. Yazoo City. Miss. Constantly on hand s Urge assortment c( Foreign and Domestic Liquors, FrenchWinee, Cordials, Fruits: in Juice, Sardjnes, Confectionary, Segaca ., Tobaccoi London Porter, Scotch Ale, and every var iety of Family Gioceries. Coparl utTHiilp R. M. WINN & A. 8. GRAVES HAV E this day (14th Feb. 1853) formed copartnership, under the firm of WlfiN Gl GRAVES, lor the purpoe of carrying on the Livery Stable Business at the old stand Mr. Craves will give hie entire persona atten tion to the business, in all its various branches, and hopes by strict application, and the m or accommodation that will now be offered, to merit and receive a liberal share of the public patronage. Yazoo City, Feb. 16, 1853. Great American Remedy. Bosbyshell's Stimulating Panacea RECOMMENDED by the Faculty; and pre scribed by Physicians ! Nwfamily should be without it. It is a certain prevention and cure of the following diseases : Asiatic Chol era, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhcea, Bloody Flux, holera Infantum, Summer complaint, Deliri um Tremens, Sick Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Irritable nerves and cramp Colic. The above remedy is tor sale at the Dru Store of MANN & ANDREWS, . . . i , Yaoo City, Miss. . WHere abundant testimony of its virtues from high sources, can be seen April 27, 1863. Jaat Received from Parts A arjre assortment of Embroideries, consis ting of Chemisettes, Paletots, Undersleeves, Col lars. Caps and Handkerchiefs. M1CHON&SARRAT. Vicksburf , Feb. 9, 1659.