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Vazoo citV price current.
COKBECTED WEEKLY BY MESSES. M. D. HAYNES fit CO. PRODUCE AND GROCERIES PRICES. AHTICl.ES. Bacos Hams, Clear sides, Ribbed " Shoulders, 1.1 rd, Moss Pork, pel pr lb 12 14 11 O 124 10 11 9 m to do 14 G r bbi, $18 a u fcG 50 S 7 50 88 50 (a) 9 50 25 f i.ovr Ohio, do St. Louis do WmsKEY-common, per gal Dexter do Monougahela, Burbon, Sig R Brown I.oat", Crushed, Coffee, Salt coarse, Fiue, Molasses, B a bo I SO Ke n t u ck y , India, Dundee, Gunny Bags, Rope. Twine, Lissey Kentucky, Janes, Ltmf, Western, Tho mas to a, IiO WELLS, Feathers. Window Sash, per light, Glass, do box, Nails, Inos, SaiNot.ES Cypress, Cotton, 3 0 (3 SI s 75S 7 32 I 25 SI 0 15 15 130 11 82 00 a 2 25 33 m 35 16 16 14 18 8 S5 375 471 81 75 2 00 2 50 Q 3 00 124 11 40 45 8 (Si 10 S2 50 0 4 50 7 (S 74 5 ,3 8 83 50 7 9 10 Valuable Plantation for Sale. jpHE Subscriber otfjrs for sale two valuable A Plantations, lying in the Yazoo Valley, about half a mile" from Ahby's Landing, and two and a half Dftiles from Yasoo City. One known as the Furze Plantation." and the t.ther as the ' Sixteenth," containing in all 1,800 acres. Both plicesare well watered, and have in addition good cisterns EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES. Cleared and in cultivation, all in one body. with fino wood-land pastures inclosed, and stock Range, an 1 an abundant supply of rail and cypress timber. A fine Gin-house, Newel Press and Mill on 'niph nlni-P A troid DvrellinT-house, Over- ts cer's-house, Stable?, Sheds, and twenty ne The s dl and location cannot Le . excelled fn the Yazoo Valley. 1 will sell the ab vc described properly on liberal terms, with or without negroes, stock, provisions, farming uten.-ils, carpenters' and blacksmiths1 tools, as may be desired by the purchaser. For further information inquire of C. F. Hamer, at Yazoo City, or the subscriber -on the premises. JAMES P. O'REILLY. December 7, 1-53-Vtf. The State ot IHIippi Yazoo Countv, TROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TEP.M, l-r;j. To all persons interested in the lands, tenernsnt an I hereditaments of Calk fine M. Clark, decease'. "OU are hereby cited to be and appear at a i Probate court to holden at the court "house i'.i Yazoo city, f Vebru irv next, ihee a If anv vuu have or can the fourth M uulay of mere to shew cai.co an o; dor should not etante.! by said court for the fjlhj.vinj describe 1 laud, beiongiag red .Hi's estate U-wit: S.oU-lalf oj too east- liMf uf the soutt-east uuirter, lhe ti.iMKuui of the 6ast-h ilf of tht" south-cast ; uti ter nnu the was -li ilf of tlu s )itth-c is! qui: tor, Section 11, Township It) of Rangd 2 Test, eontatn one hundred and sixty aens more or less, eitUiteJ, lying- and being in Yazoo county. S:ate of Mississippi. And further to do and suffer such things as fhall be considered and ordered by our raid "Court in the premises, and it is further ordered that tbe publication of this citation be made in The Yazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, pub lished in Vaz hi city, for the space of sixty days. Witness, The Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Pribate Court of Yazoo county, the tourth Monday in November, A. D. 1633. and seal of said court. Issued, the :ird day of December, 1853. Dec. 7, 1853-5-10t. WM.H. BELL, Clk. Tlic St ate of Mississippi, Yazoo County. PROBATE CO U R T N O V E M BE R TER M , 153. To atl persons interested mike lands, tene ments 4 hereditaments of TJtompson Brut ter deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and appear at a Probate Court of said county and State, ib be holden at the Conrt house in Yazoo city oh the 4th Monday in February, next, then and there to show cause if any you have or can why an order should not be granted for the sale of the following lands belonging to the estate of said decedent, to-wit : The east-half of north east quarter and the south-east quarter and south-.vest qu-rtei of north-east quarter ol Section 29, and the west-half of west-half ef iiorth-west quarter, and west-half of west-half of south-west quarter of Section 20, and the east-half of south-west quarter and west-half of north-east quarter of Section 29, all in township 11. of Range 2 East, containing five rmlred and fifteen acres more or less, situa ted, lying and being in said county and State. And further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our said Court in the premises, and it is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat a Weekly newspaper, publish ed in Yazo'jeiiy, for the space of sixty days. WtTKfSS, Hon. Geo. B Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Yazoo couuty, the 4th Monday in November A. D. 1853, and seal of eaid court. Issued the 3rd day of December D. 1853. WM. H. BELL, Clerk. 'December 7, 1853-5-10t. Notice, T HE undersiscned assignees ol J. V. Caldwell deceased, hereby inform the pub lic, that the business of the house will in fu ture be continued under their supervision. Wishing to elose out the stock on hand (which is very large at present,) the Assignees are ae termined to offer all possible inducements to purchasers. They solicit the continuation of Jbrmer patronage, and would add, that the sales will be made on the usual time, Mr. JOHN T. HETH will continue to give his attention to the business of the house as iieretofore, and is authorised to settle all ac counts ot tbe same. J. W. BARNETT, Ag.itfnees H. C. TYLER. ( Assignees. November S3, 1853-3-tf. WHISKEY 50 barrels Dealer's celebrated whiskey for sale by J urn 22, 1 83: . SH ROPSHIRE At M ASSE V H ATS S j Yi Tiie arj.l Dess, for sale by une lfcD3, p. & a. Fashionable Clothing Emporlim! P. W. BATTAILE, Mam Street Yazoo City, Mississippi IS in receipt of a largs and well selec ted stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, con sisting in part of Overcoats, Dress Coats, Frock Coats, Fancy Coa's, Cloaks, Talmas, Fine, Fan cy nnd Black Caeelmero Pants; every variety of Silk, Satin, Plush and Velvet Vests an ex tensive assortment of Gentu Furnishing Good? and Hosiery, also a splendid selection of Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes, Umbrellas', solo leather Trunks, Carpet Hags, and India Ruhher Goods Mr Battuiie has in connection with his Store, n TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, and has secured the services o.'' the most com petent workmen to be obtained in New York. He flatters himself in his ability to render satis faction to his customers in the minutest par ticulars of dress. He invites the public to call and examine his stock. November 30, 1853-4 3m. AT TIIK AUCTIOK fWBE 1 HAVE lor sale on Consignment, Mess Pork, Re boiled Molasses, Cement, Clear and Bibb Sides, Tobacco, various qual. Blankets, gray & white, Wool Hata, Roots and Shoes, Guns &c. M. B. WOLFE. ALSO, one of the largest Library's of Law Books ever offered at an Auction cstub lishment in the State. Catalogues will be readv next week. Nov. 30. 1 833-4-tf M. B. WOLFE. Notice. 4 LL persons indebted to the firm of riiii wtth ' s. lips 6c Perkins, will cull and settle ihe undersigned at their earliest convenience. Claims against the firm are bound to be adjust- j led very soon, audi hope those who arc in debted to us will call mid settle without any i fu ther notice. S. M. PHILLIPS, Surviving, partner of Phillips tk Perkins. November 30, 1853-4-tf Vtlniiiiisl riitoi-s Xolicu. rFI HE undersigned having been -appointed! L Administrators of the estate of Abnei Russell dee'd.. All persons having claims j gainst said estate will present them according; to law, uiol those indebted to the estate, will make payment. NIXON RUSSELL,, ELIJAH RUSSELL, N ov 30. 1853-3-t7 AdministratoM. Miotics. undersigned, having qua 1 1 lied, at the 1 1 No oenier lerrn, IN, of trie rronate Court of Yazoo County, as Admiuistr i tor of the estate of Henry To'.er, deceased, hereby notifies all persons having claims against said decedent, to present them within thu lirr.c prec scribed by few, or they wl be barred. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, No eftibe r, 30, 1So3, 7i. Administrator. The State f Mississippi , Yazoo County, S PROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TEE M 1858.. ' mm m . . lo all persons imercTeu tfttftc persona Estate of Thompson Krister, deceased. rOU nr fore tl ereby cited to beam! appear be-j the Probate Conr of Y'aroo County thereof, then and you have or can. s t the De c e m be r Teres 1 189 ; there to shew c n use if ;uiv w; '. raer suoura not oe mai.'e personal property belonoi for the sle j of ttu to a;J uc- cedent's estate. i And further to do and snffer such things as s?ue ot luetshaM be considered and ordered by our said' to said de- J court in the premises. j And it in further ordered by the Court, that , publication ;,t mis citation Le made m tiie la-' i.oo Democrdt for the space of one mouth. iVitness, Hon. Gao. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th Monday iuNoa ., 1833, and seal of said court. Issued the 20th day of Nov., A. D. 1833. WM. H. BELL, Clerk. November 30, 1853- l-5t ATH9i JEWELRY TEIt WARE UST received and for sale, a general assort ment of FINE WATCHESand JKWKLRY. Also, Silver atd Stiver Plated Ware. repaired and warranted as usual. Watches X v. 23. 1S43. S. H. WILSON. CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE . Ill AVE just received, and offer for sale, a large Bupfrfy of Plain and Gilt CHINA and IRON STONE WARE of various styles and descrip tions. Also, a general assortment of Pressed, Flint and Cutlass ware. Not. 33,189. S. IE WILSON. Poclcet & Table Cutlery. TUST receivad and for a!e. a large assortment jf of Croote, Rogers' and Coosteuhelm s fine S. H. WILSON. Pocket and Taida Cutlery IT filings Hot el, YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI. rpHE subscribers would inform tbe public J that the ibove named house has been refit ted bnd furiished with all necessary conve niences calcmUted to promote the comfort of the travelling community. The chambers are lare and airy, ti.e bedding entirely new; and attentive, obedient servants in attendance. The table will be supplied with everything furnished by th market, and no effort will be wanting to rendar WINN'S HOTEL in every department, one of the bestinthe State. Nov. 23, lS53-3.tf O. WINN & CO. Administrator'! Notice WHEREAS Letters of Administra tion oiithe Estate of Wm. J. Bentley, decased, were granted to the undersigned at the last August Term cftrie Probate Court of Ya zoo county, State ofj Mississippi : Now all per sons having claims szainst the estate of said de eeeent, are hereby rquired to exhibit the same within the time prearibed by law, or the same vvill be barred. SjiiUEL A. BENTLEY, September 14, 185!-45-7t. Administ'r -m WATCHES& JEWELRY. JUST received anrjfor sale at reduced prices, a new supply oftuperior quality and style watches and jewelry Watches repaired ano warranted as usual. S.H.WILSON. January 12, 1853. At the Old Chap Store. Mattings. TT7 have ja rt receded an invoice of Mattings, YY which we offer sr sale cheaper thaa ever they were sold in tht market. Although this article is very scare! in Vicksburg, our prices will be found very derate. Our stock con sists ol- 2,000 nrds 6-4 White ; y,000" 5-4 2,000j" 4-4 2,000 j" 4-4 Checked IICHON 6c SARRAT. NEW DRUG STORE. COOK St RitU tIFIELU Wholesale and Retail Druggiste and BOOK SELLERS. Yaxoo City, Mi., nest door to J. J. Foucho, HAVE just received a large and well selec ted stock of American; French and Eng lish Chemicals, Drugd, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles, wh'n-h vvill be sold extremely low for cash, and on the usual time to punctual customers. Physicians prescriptions put up at all times of the day and Light with neatness and cor rectness. N. 1! large assortment of Patent Med icines aluavs on hand. November 23, 1853. FOR SALE. Ill E Subscriber offers to sell for cash, or on reasonable time with rood security, a House and Lot situated on Main Street. The building is fire proof, nnd also all necessary out houses. The first floor of the House was fitted up with great care and expense for a Bar Room, and is supplied at present with a choice selec tion of liquors of all kinds, together with all nerestitry Bar furniture. The second floor is used :is a Billiard Boom, and contains, besides two splendid tables, both in good condition, a fine set of arm chairs, mirrors, lamps, &.C., and forms altogether, one of the finest Billiard Sa loons in the State. Said house can be conver ted at the option of lhe purch iser, into a fine otore bqiise, and is .situated in tbe most business part of tbe city. Nov. 28, 1853 3 if JVM. S. GRUBBS. FOR SALE. ERY desirable residence, 11 miles South Kast of Yn7oo citv. containing 15 acres of land. 1 1 in cultivation, a new frame dwelling house, brick cistern, crib and stable, with be tween three and five hand red choice young Luk tres. s ;;:h as Peirs, Plums, Peaches, Quinces, and Cherries; T,,rms, one half caslt, t)ie batance in twelve Months, For further particulars ap ply t'j S. M. Phillipc, or to the subsciibcr. Nov. 23, 1533 3 tf A. J. HERROD. Yazoo River Plantation for Sale. A valuable Plantation in the vicinity of Va xjl zoo City, containing about 000 acres of Land, 300 acres of which are in cultivation and 100 more deadened. Also 40 negroes and nil the mules, horses, oxen, hogs and plantation atensils of every description. Also a full sup ply of com and fodder for theeusuing year. The above property will he sold on reasonable terms to a good purchaser. For further particu lars i n q i i r; of C. F. I I , II K U , Nov. Hi, lSr3 tf. Taxoo City, Miss. New Cheap Cash Store. LEWIS FRANKLIN, Xcxt door i Lm. $ Harrison, Main Street, WOULD respectful'- inform his friendss customers and the public in generr 1. thr.t he has opened a new and select assortment of FALL and WHS TEH GOODS, comrr!sinr f the following articles: Ready mad. Clothes, of oli ilcscr iptions Hats EootS Shoes Trunks and Dry-Good, and flatters himself that he can undersell any in the snme line of bnsiness in town Ynzoo city, Nov. 10, 1303-ly. NOTICE W 5 hereby given, thnt T have lost or in id aid 3. Land warrant No. 21.728 for 160 acres of land, issued! to me under Act ofSept. 1850, and that 1 shall arply to the Commissioner of Pen Mons for a duDiicate' of sid warrant at the proper lime. m w -m THOMAS SARGENT Win. Battaiie, Astv N,v. &-1853. P1IOTECTION (Fire. Marine and Idand) INSURANCE COMPANY. OF HARTFORD, CONN., INCORPORATED 1 885. This offi.e has now transacted business more than a quarter of a century, during which period U lias taken more then 100,000 Risks!! And insured real and personal property against ions by fift and vvatei to the value of more than Two liundred Tlillions of Dollars IN THE WESTERN COTNTRY, Several Thousand Losses hive been incurred upon the above risks, all of which have been adjusted a tfie GBNEUilL AGENCY OFFICE At Ciueiimar, and paid with the nttaost promp titude ai cording to ihe conditions of the policy, as may be seen bj the receipts of the several claimants on liie. The undersigned has been Furnished with blank policies, signed by the ofitoers of the company ; also with blank renewal receipts, for continuing policies already issued, and is duly authorized and prepared, as agent Of said company, to make in surances for and period of time, not less than one month nor greater than seven years, upon buildings or their contents, -occupied as Dicell ?igs, Stores, Warehouses, Churches, Hotels, Banks. Court Houses, Colleges, dec- -c., and their contents i gainst LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Atsoon Dry Goods, Groceries. Manufactured Goods, Produce, Houshold Furniture, Live Stock, and every other description of Merchandise, and Personal Property, shipped or to be shipped per gool vessels or steamboats on most of the navi gable waters, against the Hazards of Inland Transportation and Penis ef the Seas. For further information respecting rates of premium, etc., apply to the undersigned. BARKSDALE & McFARLAND, Agents for Yazoo City and Yazoo county. November 23, 1S53. JL ANO FOB SALL. T OFFER for sale the tract of land on l:LT U.. awe K m. which x retiue, coniaini ng o iu acres, O miles easr ot l azoo UUy ; 200 acres of said tract are cleared and under good fence ; 150 acres of woodhnd, i lso under fence, and 100 acres deadened. It is well watered. The sum mer and winter range for stock is extensive and good. On the premises, are a good dwell ing, with two brick chimneys . a kitchen, mea house, a good gin and mill, with out buildings. The plank-road from Yazoo City to Benton runs within a half mile of said land. I will sell all or any portion of this tract. Title in disputable. The Stock of horses, cattle, hogs, &c, togeth er with a quantity of corn and fodder can be had if desired, with the land. For particulars, en quire of P. B. Cook, Yazoo city, or to the under signed on the premises. Nov. 23, 1853-8. N. P. COOK. ROBERT L. ADAMS, Commission merchant, 67. GRA VIER STREET, New-Orleans, November 23, 1853 3 ly J. C. SMITHER & CO. Wholesale anal Retail Grocers, NO. 18, CANAL STREET, New Oklsans December 1932. i it 5 TIIE MAR IH AGE STATE Vft.7.7 Bapptimm and Btth, or J&tMnry MC3T STARTIINGToNSIOERATIONS I Keflcctions for the Thoughtful. Strang ths,t coantlosa human baings oxlst ami lmg tUiougti liie ms do the beast of tbe field, or the i'-iO vf id I'nrth, tviuaintf no inor thought or I'ttiiialiou tiia.ii though the noLiu facultius Of mind wortf not rouohsnfoil to thciu. Mmiy auch nra hiiabaudi and fathers, upon whom arc dependent tho haUh, tho well-betng, and the inif pitieea of a confiding nnd aifcctioniito n ife, with poihapa a family oi ohildren n.w oftkm it Harntne nurr na WIFE LINGEBS FROM YEA2 10 YEAR In that pUiablu oondition as not cren for one day to feel tbe happy and exhilarating inllueaoe incidfcnt to liit enj i.vm.iiit f health. Ska iii8 tjot ta an Invalid confined to her bed, or von to her room; as hor pride, ambitiu'i and energy indue and net e her to take pe:onul chrtigo of hor Iwreeholity ,y(n when her henith wi I not a ' tin it of it ; but he is nor 01 1 Iu-'k-m perceptibly sinking tivm day to day, and alwaj. ailing. Thus, day after day, aud mouth 'afW month tran jpiro. Her health daily rfnke, till flnaUy erca tho hiipe of recovery no longer remains. Aud thaa THE BLOOMING BRIDE, But a few yoan ago in the flua of health and yealh and buoyancy ol c'irita, Tapidly, and arae rently liMxptioanly, hecotaea a fehlc, sicklv, da bilitated wi'fe, with framo omn.ci.itod, nrve" un atnmg, anifita depreaaed, eountewuten bearing tbe impreaa of siifferiMg, and aa utter phyaioaT and i.i.j; . l prostration Soinettines tin depletatble ahanga may and doca a.'-ii; fri:i o'ganie or Mqetitotfonal canavt. but oftener, by far oftener, tQ grg.u and iuexeuaable Ignorant a ef tS:e s!:up!eit and pJ.iinofit rul.ia f health ai connected with the miiriiage state, tli violation cf witieh entails ilVer.se, aufforing aud utisw-ry, not only to Ota wife, tut uften Herrd-Utiry Itiaapiliaii vpm t'te Children " yji-o uik fjuan and F(.r;arn oenkr axiom,' Tyeuraaalttinpt COVSUMPTIDsf, SCROPtr.A, UYPorJiovnRiA, txsAXrrv, goit, IitVii'S i.;Vil".3 ari;t otber Ul.easc, DREADFUL INHERITANCE fiorn tlio Parents. A d must this continue! Shall we bo wise la all tbut conoema the cattle of our fields, our horaoe. our alteop, our cows, our oxen, the nature ano character of tho soil we possess, tho texture and quality of our goods and merchandise ; but in all that eonceraa oarsoivea a human beings, with human functions and paeaiona, subject to great derange osimt, iuvoiviag our future pcaco and happiness in all that concerns the health and welfare of the wifo of our nrToetion.s, and tho mother of our chil dren ; in all that toneorns the mental and phyaioal well boiug of those children, wo lUcull La ia Baented in tho darkest and most DENIGHTED IGNORANCE, as ouLrABt.x A3 iNExcirs.vnu: ! Best 1 ng hall t'ui.s inoranco provad so f-rodue. tire of its ulttCT fruit." i lorg shall the w:ie and mother ignorant cf ti.o nature, character uid causes of the vu.-ioua wi.mb and aexuat uoiuplainti, embittcri.tg hor u.iys by suffcriug suffering often prolonged to .year-!, eventuating iu a eotnplicitic u of Aaeaeae utterly and bopelasalj bjewaua 1 ShaU we for ever chie ,.ur eyes to tho results of phj"sio logiral aeieaCa by which wo may arrive as an apdws landing of ourselves as meu and wwu.vn, Babjcet to aertoaa life-long enduring diseasva, and perpetuating thtm to oUi- child.'a. LET EVEBY WirE A7D KUSBAHD FONDER ! Jro Iii.-ixr.d ur u-ife need be igno-ant of what COKcenu them ri:-t fo k ...u io s-;ut f their health TtuU KnMtlcdta U cJnt'Jutxd in a luUc tcorL i ititttd TU JlAllUIKD W OMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION, liV l it. A. M .MAl lllCEAU. ntort SDK ce D:r.E.sE3 of VTOMSM. Om foMaVii ' '. Eitiliim. ISmo , ri- 250. P: Uc iO CtaU . N FL Pai lh, BhU MMlMMO, -Jl t0 J fiti pnblialted io H17 ; Kr:J il n not SURPRISING Gfl VvONDLRFUL, Ci..i l t lu ilint 1 V E U V K Ifl HALS, uli. lli.r ?I ".itKliSl tilt SOT, ciuj luiu r. ijsii.-f : lull kunwlritgi' ot the tin tr.rv, rhniaiii'r nnl rateaee of t .ptni!t-, wfltla tlte varleitu Ba.pt aw a i :nl tliat in ml II A), tf A 5i I I.I.IO.V COPIES sfft.ii1 I hi'k.- h. i d ts Il la imi:actioa!te to oan rej t till v tli ' viioe aarfjeeta tieutoJ of, aa they S e ;f halaira t:i't!y inteuilod fur the uiurrivJ, or those eMtt tupieting uaemege. cpu viius or ovk. Rvsronieo tuov- SAU COPIES Live hoc:i ::.T ill MAIL within tho lt few BttUtttlw. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. ay. xor j;:t u. n UE!) : Buy n t,.;k lr. A M. TvlaurifioTiu, 129 Uheet StrreU N". V , is o.i ll;c title page, ;ml lhe entry in Clerk ' OWee on tbe huck af the title r.jvo ; iit"l toe ViAy of laMajavteMt umA honornhle dculer. or Fcr. j y mail, aaia edataM fee Be. A. M. Manriorne. a.n tl:c;c are auorioua suu jitittoua iofrtufeneaU of Copyright. tra- Vvan rrce'iol mt Ore PeBaf "THE MAR RIED WOMAN'S PRnrXTE MEDIOAl. COM PANION" i sfiii mai't.t frr to any i9t of the Ui;it''d Staies, Ue Ciiadas and E I'ish Provincea. AU L,t!f"i5 reus! bi i:osi-pai,'.. and aiidrt-Rscd to Dr A. M. MAOftlOBAtT. Box 1234, Nw-York Cv. FabtfehtBg c:."c-.', Uv. 129 Libeitjr Street, m i -Ti" AGENTS IN MISSISSIPPI Stepheu F. Power, Natchsz Parker & Thorn ton, Brandon Thompson St. Co., Yazoo City W. H. Landes, Gallatin E. Brtiner. Port Gib son W. M. Klyce, Eastport W. Eppes, llollij Springs. For Sale. THE Dwelling House now occupied by M. Lanrran, on the corner of Broadway and Monroe streets. For terms apply to Yazoo city, Aug. 10, 53.-tf. M. BERRY t Vicksburg-, Yazoo uud Tillatoba WEEKLY PACKET. Vicksburg, Satartia, Yazoo City, Tchula Greenwood, Leflore, Locopolis, $ Tillatoba PACKET. THE NEW LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER GENERAL 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 " Vazoo City, Wednes'y. 8 4 A.M. " Greenwood, Thursday, 7 M A.M. ' Leflore, " 10 " A.M. DESCENDING. Leaves Tillatoba, Friday, 4 o'clock, A. M- Leflore, 12 it 4i M. it Greenwood, 2 Sidon, 4 Yazoo City, Saturday 8 Satartia. 44 '10 P.M. P.M. A.M A. M 1 1 PORTERFIELD& CO., Agents, Vicksburg, W. WVMAN, Agent, Yazoo City. June 22, 1853-33tf, New Orleans and. Vicksburg Packet, SOUTHERN BELLE. Capt. J. M. WHITE. THIS splendid passenger packet will resume her place, leaving here on Tuesday, the 6th day of September next, and every subsequent Tuesday, at 5 o'clock, P. M., returning, leaves New Orleans Saturdays at 5 p. m. For freight or passage, apply to PORTERFIELD & CO. Aug. 31, 1853.-6m.-43. R 1BB0NS and Laces for sale by june 22. StlROPSHUiE & MASSEY SO FRIZES!! The follovint;----es consisting of Superior GOLD WATCHES, Kcal DIA MOND JEWELRY and GENUINE SILVER-WARE, will be drawn at ft Odd Fellow 9 8 If a 1 K ON SATURDAY. THE 31rr DAY OF DECEMBER NEXT, at tho rale of $5 OO each Ticket, which will entitle thte holder to an cqnal chance for any prize in the annexed List of Articles, whether present or sent at the time of the drawing. Tickets will be rent by Mail to ptrteh at distance, on application by letter to H. C. Tyler or S. H. Wilson, Yaioo Cit, Mississippi. P. S. A-sufficient number of Tickets only will be issced to cover actual vost at the lowest cash prices. Yazoo City, November 23, 1853. Proprietor. LIST OF ARTICLES No. i. ' 2. 3. " 4. a. 6. M 7, 8. - 9. to. 11. 12. " 13. " 14. " 15. " 16. ' 17. " 18. " 19. ' 20. 21. " 22. 2.?. " 24. 25. Hunting Mak Lever Watch, Do Chrononieler Lever Watch Do Do Do Do Do Do Chronomiter Billance do. Full Jewelled Lerer do. do. do. do. do. Do do do Do Do Do do do do do do do D Do Duplex do oo Doabfa Bot tom Fuli Jew'ld Lever Watch Do Do do (JO do do do do. Do Do do Do Do do do do do. do. Anchor Lever Watch. Do Do ilo. Diimond and Pearl Watch. Itideijendent Duplex do, Masonic Breast Pin 14 Diamonds. Large Cluster Pin 8 do. do. do. Larve Branch Pin 8 Do do do 7 Cross 7 Large Diamonds. Star 7 do do. Lanjt; Single Diamond Pir1 Do do do do. Tie above articles are deposited witL NEW SHOE STORE. ZSD e X2o 3 OS Wholesale Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES i CAPSf HATS, Xo. 70, Choice Strt, December 15, 1S52. C O. JACKSON, J A3. C. PUTltAjl, W W. CA . C. O JACKSON r O. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, &c , Successors to B. W. Jack. Washington Street, Vicksburg, Mx$s. V. YALE, Jr. & CO Importers and Wholesale Dealers in fantx anb 0taple SILK GOODS! MILLINERY ARTICLES, Ribbons, Laces, Oloves ana Dress'Goo -'i NO 27. MAGAZINE STREET, (Between Common and Graiicr Streets,) New Orleans. Xr.so hnvnrled and Domestic Strsw Goods. Dec. 1&1S52. n6.-ly. Feet Simms & CO. IMPORTERS anfl Wholesale DEALERS II? NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET NEW ORLEANS. Dec 15, 1652. ly. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commission merchants, Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign 8c Domestic LIQUORS Slc. No. a Mew Levee, December, 15, 1S52. ly. Freight, Trunks and Parcels, FORWARDED BY ADAMS & C OS 9 New York and New Orleans Express, from of fice, 16, IB and 19 Wall Street, New York. 72 Camp Street, New Orleans. Jan 23, 1852-12 "REGULAR T729TTED STATES MAIL PACKET. rpIIE Steamer S. S. PREN JLTISS, Capt. P. C. Wallis, lojivna for Vikshurrr. Mondav. Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock M,, punc tually ; connecting with the New Orleans pack ets om arrival. For freight or passage apply to W. WYMAN, Agent. OCT' The S. S. Prentiss is entirely uew, and superior to any boat In the trade; built express ly for a rr ail boat bctweeu Vicksburg and Yazoo City. Her accommodations are of the 'driest order. She is provided with everything requir ed by the new law life boat, life preservers, three fire engines, (two working by steam,) and offers every accommodation and security to passengers. August 3-1853-39-tf. New Wheat Flour. BARRELS Extra Cresent Mills, JJ 25 Scotia Mills, for sale ly Aug. 10. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY. Vicksburg aad New Orleans Packet ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master. THIS magnificent steamer will j run as a tegular packet between LJware the above named ports, common. ting 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 t PORTERFIELD & CO. Vicksburg, May 18th, 1853. jwr. II. WOLFE, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Yazoo City, Mississippi. Will make liberal advances on consignment to his address. Yazoo city, Jan. 19, 1853, LxBaW "IBs Larje SinRleDiamor i tin. BtillianiRinRV La Do do do do. do. UO OO GO Large Single Diamoad E - .-' Tin win An do Do do do Set of Ditmond St t Set ot Heavy Gothic TaWe-Spoi n Do An lr tin ill do do do Di Do I Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Di Do Do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Flaio do .In do do do do. dc. do. i do Gothic Tra-Spoou; do do P!iu do do do do do. & do do do lo da do', do. do a, do r , 1. do DfStKSpOOf do do do. 8. II. Wilioa fox ir.spectiou N. L. WHITMAN Shropshire and Massey DRY-'iOODS AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS. YaX30 Cite, Mljsiwtp; , Vun ?2, 185S. ADVANCES 'IH junderaiirtieti wiilinakeilLerai ad JL o i Co'.ion, shipped to Mwr-. ?o-t & Me', New Means, SHROPSHIRE & MAS1ET June ncl '53 1iN BANDS ,0()0 t'. et Gin BandH, 8, 9. and lOinch. Ju -t re!"elv.'d ami for enle by WILSON & HYATT Aug. 17, 18." 3 I Lihds. Bat jp. MHOt ted. foi sale bv J i tne 22. SHROP- HIRE 6l MaSSEY nr. M .HATilEi Hardin & Hay ties. Dealers in Produce, Groceries, St or: Is Roods Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Bn gar, ''.n'X", Flour, Pork, B.scon, Molasses, Sal, Spices, Soap, Starch, Shot. Gunpowder. Indigo, Bagging Rope and Twins, Whlui Lead, Quinine. $c. &lc. Yazoo t?ily, Hi. Nearly opposite P. O'Donneii. P.S. We are prepared to furmh all kinc' i of supplies to Planters, and Masks Cash adver. -i:cs . Cotton conifftie! to our friends in IV Orleans. Messrs. OAKEir Si HAWKINS. 27th 1351. azoo Ciscvit Corr.r Mat Term, 1653. James M. Griffin) va Attachment for $103 OO. J. A. Bye n. ) THIS day came the PUintiffby Lis Attor neys, and it appearing lo the couit that th Attachment in this case has been returned into court by the proper ofBcer duly executed, and it also appearing to the court that thu Defend ant has failed to come into court, and answer or demur to the same. Il is therefore consid ered by the court, that unless the eald Defend ant appear before the Circuit court of Yn county, at a court to be holden at the court house of Bnid county, on the first Monday afier the fourth Monday of October next, A. D. 1893, on the first day of said term, either in proper person or by some attorney of said court, and answer or demur to said fc-rit. judgment by de fault final will be entered up against him for tho full amount af Plaintiff's demand with a!l le gal interests and costs, and the property attoeh ed will be sold. It Is further ordered by the court that publi cation of this order be made in the Yatoo Dem ocrat, a newspaper published in Yazoo city for four successive weeks. attest: GIB. BARNES, Cl-rk. August 31, lS.r3-43-5t. Jones & Bowman Attorneys for Plaintiff. Vicksburg and N w Orleans Packet THE very fast and entirely new steamer PRINCESS, T. C. Holmes, 1i aster, will leave' for New Orleans and all landings on the eoaet regularly c;ery Friday, at 12 o'clock, M. PORTERFIELD & CO., Agents. Vicksburg, May 4, 1333. Attachment Notice William S. HartoW and Archibald II. Foster, partners In trade in die Blacksmithing bus iness and Wood work business, under the firm, name and style of HARROLD oc FOSTER, VP. WILLIAM B-. PARTEE, and Sarah D. Partem wife of said Williarfi B. Partee. Yazoo Circuit Covbt, Mav Terni, A. D. 1853 ATTACHMENT FOR $255 05. THISeay esme the Plaintiffs by their At tornies, and it appearing- to the Court th;it the Attachment in this case has been relui Into Court by the roper officer duly executed . and it also appearing to the Court that tho De fendant has failed to come into court, aud an swer or demur to the same. It is therefore considered by the court, that unless the said Defendant appear before tbe Circuit Court cf Yazoo county at a court to be holden at tho court house of said county on the fi: Mondav after the fourth Monday of OrtoSer r 1853, ori the first day of said Term, either in proper person or by some attorney of wiid cour, and answer or demur to said writ, judg ment by default final will be entered ur ar them for tbe full amount of Plaintiff ', with all legal interests and costs, and the pro; erty attached will be sold. WE offer inducements equal howe, in Drv Goods and P Aug. 10, SHROPSHIRE P 6. " 27. " 28. 2y. "30. 31. " 32. " 33. 34. " 35. " 36. " 37. "38. " 30. M 40. "41. "42. " 43. " 44. " 45. " 46. 47. " 43. " 4.9. " M