The State ot Mississippi,
PROBATE COURT, DECEMBER TERM, 1353
To all persons interested in the lands, ten
tenements and liereditaments of Theophe
lts Ogdtn, deceased.
WT having been suggested to our Court
of Probates for Yazoo county, State of Mis
sissiftpL by Wade U. Mills, Guardian of Elisa
beth Ogden nnd Lucy Ogden. minors and heir.
of Thsophela Oyden deceased, and husband
to the late widow of siid decedent, that it will
be to the interest of the heirs of said decedent
to sell th following lands belonging to the es
tate of said decedent, lying in Ya.- county.
State aforesaid, to-wit: The east-half of south
cast quarter and n rth-west quarter of south
west quarter of Section 17, north-west quarter
of north-west quarter of Section 18, Township
0. Range 2 treat. South-east quarter, Section
i2, Townshio I). Ranre 3 west. South-west
quarter of south-west quarter, Section 7, Town
ship 9, Range 2 west. It was thereupon order
ed by the Court, Mtet citation issue to William
H. Bell, Guardian ttdletum to Elizabeth Ogdee
and Lucy Ogden minors to Y-izoo county, and
to Mary Jane Mills to Midison county, to be
and appear at the next March Term 1851 of
our Court ot Probates, then nnd there to show
cause, if any they have or can why an order
should not be made fur the sale of the above de
It is further ordered that publication of this
citation be nude in the Yazoo Democrat, a
newspaper published in Yazoo city for 6 weeks.
Witness. Hon. Geo. B. WiUinson, Judge
of the Court aforesaid, the 4lh Monday of De
cember, A. D. 185:$.
Issued, 26th December. A. D. 1863.
Jan. 4, 1854-7. WM. H. BELL, CTk.
TJlllE undersigned having been appointed
A Administrator of the estate of John Bradtej
deceased All persons having claims sgaintt
said estate, will present them within tin; timeJ
prescribed by law, and those indebted to the es
tate will make pavment.
Jan. 4, 18-)4-7u M. M ALONE, Adm'r.
rilllE undersigned having been appointed
JL Administrator of the estate ot' Thomas
Murry, deceased All persons having claims
agninsi said estate, will pn sent them within the
time prescribed by law, aud those indebted to
the estate will rutke payment.
January 4. 1854-7t. Adm'r.
LETTERS of Administration t pon the es
tate of Tempsranee Hampton deceased,
having been granted to the uituersigued at the
November Term, 1853 of the Probate Court of
Yazoo county, State of -Mississippi Notice is
hereby give.i to all persons having claims
against said estate to present them duly proba
ted within the time limited bylaw or they will
be barred. C. HOLLINGSWORTH,
January 4, 18o4-9-7t. Administrator.
lMst of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office at Yazoo
ity on the 1st day of January, 1854.
Bunce, Jo. 11.
Brad lev, J no.
But an." Win. C.
Bet ton, A
Broad bent, Wm
Beasley, J. F. Dr.
Brown, A J 2
Bishop, A F
Johnston, Miss M M.
Johnson, John 2
Johnson, James 2
Johnson, Alston I. m. c.
Johnston, Jane M ss
Kelley, W C.
Ketcbum, T L.
Lny, Moses 0,
THE undersigned having qualified at the
November term 1833, of tlm Probate Court
of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, as
adminifctralix of the ostato of Peter Corbit de
ceased, hereby notifies all persons having
claims against said decedent, to present the
same within the time prescribed by law or they
will he barred. CATHERINE COR BIT,
Pee. 7, 1853-5-7t. Adm'x
Bonuev, Mrs. M-ilindu.Ler. Jno P
Busier, Sum'l H Loving, James J
Brooks, Mrs Eliza! ih 11 Long. D E
fBMIE subscribers would respectfully
inform the public that they have opened a
retailing establishment in the house formerly
occupied by John Clary. The Bar is plentiful
ly supplied wuh choice liquors and cigars, and
every convenience required of such an estab
lishment will be afforded. Tiiey solicit a share
of public pationage and pledge themselves that
tne i.oute shall be conducted in such a manner
as to give no causeof complaint.
S. V. STEWART & CO.
YazwC'rv. December 28, 1853-d-tf.
TBI HE undersigned, dealer in Produce and
JL Groceries, Plantation and Family Supplies
generally, has received and opened a well assor
ted stock at his old stand, (before the tire) and
solicits the patronage of his friends and the pub
lic in general. J. VV. DABLS.
Yazoo City, December 21, 18537-tf
OLD u London Dock'' Brandy 1513.
old do do Port wine in pts&qta
Old 44 Golden" Sherry in wood and glass,
Gold Top Champagne pint and quarts,
Imperial Tokay in piuts.
Uid reserve Monoagahela Whiskey, 1510.
London Cordial Gi:i in bottles,
Choice black, imperial, extra fine gun-powder
and mixed Teas,
Cider and Wine Vinegar,
Nutmegs, Allspice, Pepper and Ginger, Soap,
Starch and candles, tine Olive Oil, Kentucky
Mustard, Table Salt &lc.
Just received add for sale low by
Brooks, Travis M.
Budd, Thomus D
Byrne, Mrs Luentia,
Browning, J. D.
Bracken ruble, Rob't.
Brown, Mrs. Lurv
Bevel, Wm C
Brauion, Wm A.
Orippen, J R.
Carter, Virginia Mi?s
Clark, J S.
Col ton, James
Crowder, Mrs. E.
Crutch field James S.
Campbell, J P.
Cook. J B.
(.ox. Sam I.
Church, Jno F.
Camp, Cvrns F.
Clark, P or C.
C -mpton, Geo W.
Dyre, Hattie Miss
Davis, Kate Mrs.
Duffin, Thomas F.
Deris, F. C. 2
Ma l hews, T J
McRae, James S
Man heart, Mary
Maier, Moses 5
Mosely, J R
Matbew, Franklin 3
Miller,$ames L 2
Morton, Jno F 2
Miller, Miss Mary
Moffat, J W F
Martin, Geo W
McCrav, Mrs Anna E J
Neely, Chas A 3
Net hoi Dun'i
O Denne!!, Jan.es
Petty, Wm H
Powell. J B
Postlethwait, II P
Phillip?, N J
Perkins, R S G
Pearson, Doct J J
Purvis, Jno. J.
Rowe, Miss Sarah A.
Dixon, Speight or Perry, Robinson, Miss Cynthia
Dyre, WumifrcJ Mrs. Saner. Benjamin
Robertson, Miss Mary
Ras berry, Isaac
Roberts. Lou Mrs 2
IJllEREAS Letters of Administration up
T 1 on tne estateof James II. Bell, deceased,
a re granted to the undersigned at the No
(1 ib. rr Term 1853, of the Honorable Probate
Coun of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi.
?S"v all persons having claims against the es
tate of said decedent, are hereby required to
exhibit the same duly authenticated, within the
tint limited by law, or the same will be barred.
Dec. 7, 1553-5-7t F. IJOSTICK, Adm'r.
Chancery Court Special Term.
lylTiSbANT to an order, tome directed by
A the Hon. Selden S. Wright. Vice Chancel
lor &c. Notice is hereby given, t'.at a spe
cial Term of the Middle District Chancery
Court of the State of Mississippi, will be hold
en at the court house of Yazoo county, in Ya
zoo city, on the first Monday of February next,
for the transaction of such business, as may
lawfully come before it.
JOHN M. HOLLlNGSWORTILClk.
Ynzoo city, Dt-c. 14, 1833. of said court.
VC3 Southern Sun, Kosciusko copy.
PETEK B. COOK.
JOHN BRUM FIELD.
COOK & BRUMFIELD,
8K$stili ar.fc lUtcfl
EJ S2i vjGJ- (D- GS3i)
BOOISi:LLi:iS & STATION EltS,
Paints, Oils and Glass, Garden Seeds, &C
Yazoo City, Mits., Dae. 14, I8S8.
rPlIE undersiened keeiM const
; v on
assortment of negroes.
consisting of field
serve n ts, and meehdnif s.
Persons wanting to purchase will do well to
call on the un lersiued at Blackmail's old Stead,
on main Stieet : as lie it determined to sell at I; w
er prices than any other trailer in the. State. HU
terms will be regulated to suit purchasers.
G. VV. M ARAM AN
Yazoo City, December 7, 1853 5-tf
Dixon, R DS.
Dunn, James R.
Dement, I B.
Dew, J B.
Roberts, W G
Host. L G
Rainwater. II C
Robinet, Mrs Barbara
Robinet, John R
Redgill, R V
Ldar, Mi.-s Martha E. Rainy, 351.
Edimstou. Aliss Eua S.
Freeman, J M.
Folterall, B F.
Full ford. T.
Foster, R J Duct.
F. id, H A B.
Friiejr, J J.
Fort, Klias A.
Fond ran, S R.
Scott, Mrs S r
Smith, L S
Sleade, Reubin G
Sherrod, Joel 4
Stone & llolworth
Sieel, August in S W
Sherman, E W
Soli van, Miss Mary
Stoughton, Mr E A
Seheneblv, Mrs Kate
Smalt, Jno W
Sprague, E G
Dec. 21. lS5:5-7-tf
J. W. DA BBS
LOUR 50 bb'.s. ceiebrined C recent Miii v"
iusi landinc for sale by
Dec. 21, 153. J. W. DABBS.
HA?iS 4 Tierce extra sugar curd iiams,
dec 21. for sale by J. W. DABBS
BACON 6000 lbs. choice clear Sidee, for
dec 21, 53. sale by J. W. DAUBS.
Grandison, Sirah E MisfSoogedd, I
fieorge, Edward G. Spragins, EC
Grithn, M M
German, Mrs Louisa
Gardner. Mrs Maliuda
Gage., M H
Garrison, Mrs E
Gnflin, James M.
Smith, Wm F
Thomson, J W
Thompson, Preston S
Thompson. L B
Temy, Miss Mary
Gardner, Miss Win net Tuler, Thomas J
Garv, Miss Mal'da Ann Tavlor. Eben
Cirifl n, II B Tibe, Elizabeth Miss
Garner, Jno S Tucker, Chas Doct
Grite, HG V.
Gtason, Marshal Yanrleavc. Jonathan, 3
Gillespie, J L. Vancleave, Thomas
H. Vnncteare, EMzub'h Mri
Hell, Mrs Nancy M 3 Vick. G J
Herudon, Margaret 2 Vick, Cheston
Hendricks. Mrs M 3 Van terrier, V S
Hurt Jaor Pe McEach, Vick, Sarah E.
BAGGING, ROPE &,C.
kA Ps. Kv. Bagging, 50 coils hemp Rop-,
Ox) 4 bales Jeans & Linseys, 4 bales Twine,
dec 21 , '53. For sale by J. W. DABBS.
Pew It ice dkc
1 Tierce new Rice, (lowland)
20 bbls and half bbls Molasses, new crop.
4 hhds. Prime Sugar, do., just received and
Tor sale by J. W. DABBS.
December 21, 1853-7-tr.
J. C. LEWIS & CO.
Commission, Receiving and Forwarding
DEALERS in Produce, Groceries, Bagrging,
Rope, Iron, Castings, Nails, and Planta
tion Supplies in general.
Yazoo City, Miss., Dec. 14, 1653.-ly.
J. H. LAWRENCE,
ATTORNEY AT JL A W,
WILL give prompt attention to all business
intrusted to him in the Circuit and Probate
Courts of Yazoo and the adjoining counties,
and the Supreme Cour e at Jackson.
Yazoo city, Dec. 14, 1853-ly.
NEW DRUG STORE.
COOK & BRUMFIEki.
Wholesale and Retail D rug gist e and
Yazoo City, Mi., next door to J. J. Foucae,
HAVE just received a large and well selec
ted stock of American, French and Eng
lish Chemicals, Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery,
Paints, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles, which
will 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 eight with neatness and cor
rect u S3.
N. B. A large assortment of Patent Med
iciues always on hand.
.November 23, 1953.
Walker, Asa 2
Wilkinson. A G
Wilkins. R .-bert
Wilks. Wm W
Wadtington, Wm. F.
Wallace, Mrs Frances
Wilson, J A
Wil Hams, Irvenda,
White. Jane Mrs
Williams, Miss Susan M
Walker. R L
Watson, R H
Walker. Jacob H
Whitehead, James W
Webb. G W
Walker, Doct. G C
Weaihetsby, Messrs D.
TottDg, Andrew J
Young, Joseph II.
rpiIE uudertlgi.e, ''-ivin? recently parches i
-ths entire stock of Jllobs n au I.mkin,
consisting of every variety of Funey anu Sta
ple Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Hats,
Caps. Boots end Shoe;, Saddlery, Ha rdware.
Crockery, aud Glassware, together w'rh ma
ny other articles too numerous to mention,
respectfully invites the citizens of Yazoo
City, and the pubiic generally, to give him a
call. B. S. WRIGHT.
Yazoo City, December 21, 1853-7-lf.
Regular 1Tsueo Si ver Facket
For Greenwood, Leflore, Yazoo City $rc
THE SPLENDID STEAMER
CORA No. 2, D. B. M OS
It Y, iMaster, will run as a
regular packet in the above trade Si
during the Seas m. Making a trip every ten
days. She will commence her trips as soon as
the water will permit. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to W. WYMAN,
ViiZ .oCity, Dec. 91, 1853-7-tf. Agent,
mIlEREAS letters of Administra-
v tion on the estate of R. M. Winn, de
ceased were granted to the undersigned at the
iast November Term of tit I Probate Conrt of
Yuzoo cJU!ity, State of Ivlibsisbippi, now all
persons hiving claims against the estule of said
deceJent, are hereby required to exhibit the
same within the time limited hy law or the
Hoe will be barred.
H. HARBISON, )
F. BARKSDALE, Administrators
J. W. 3ARNETT, )
December 14, l53i3-6-7t.
T Valuable Plantation for Sale.
HE Subscriber oiFers for sale two rateable
Plantations, lying in the Yazoo Valley,
about half a mile' from Abby's Lauding, and
two and a half miles from Yazoo City. One
known as the "Furze Plantation," and the
other as the Sixteenth, " containing in all
1,800 acres. Both places are well watered, and
have in addition good cisterns.
EIGHT HUNDil ED ACRES,
Cleared and in cultivation, all in one body,
vvitti fine wood-land pastures inclosed, and
stoc k Range, and an ehoadattt supply of rail
nnd cypress timber.
A tine Gin-house, Newel Press arid M ill on
each place. A good Dwell mg-house, Over-seer's-house,
Stables , Sheds, and twenty ne
gro cabins. Tb soil and location caiindt be
excelled in the Yazoo Valley.
1 will sell the ah ve described property on
liberal t"rms, with or without negroes, stock,
provisions, farming utcn.-dls, carpenters and
blacksmiths' tools, as may he 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, l53-5-tf.
T1TE undersigned having at the November
Term or the Probate Court of Yazoo coun
y, qualified os Executor of the last will a d
testament of ... Jt, Graves deceased, hereby
notifies ail persons indebted to the deceased, to
make immediate payment, and those Raving
claims against deceased, to present them duly
authenticated within the time prescribed Ly
law. or they will be barred by the S utute of
As Executor of A. B. Graves, the under
bigned is ch rged with the settlement of the
business ol the late firm of Winn & Graves.
All persons indebted to sail firm are horuhy
notified to make immediate payment, and those
baring elalnte again tsaid linn, are notified to
preset,; them duty authenticated within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be pled
in bar r of pay men t, W. J. LEAKE,
Executor of A. B. Graves, deceased.
Yazoo (Jay, Dee. 7, lS3-."j-w3m.
PURSUANT to an order directed to me by
- the lion. E.G. Henry, notice is hereby giv
en that a special Term of tle Circuit Court ol
Vazoo couuty will be held at the Court House in
Yazoo city, on the fourth Monday of Jaoaarv
next. A. D. 18o4. S. M. PHILLIPS, Cik.
Yazoo city, Dec. 14, 1803-6.
qualified at the No-
'THE undersigned having
A vember Term 1853, of the Probate Court of
YazoJ county, State of Mississippi, as admin
isirator f the estate of Clinton J. Blackman,
,leceased, hereby notifies all persons having
claims against said decedent, to present the
-tine within the time prescribed by law or they
will be barred. J AMES THAR.P, Adrur.
December 7, 1 .";3-r)-7t.
Cut baVintf Q
November lV:m, 185H
Court of Yazjo Coaatr. & JLnzui ..str I to
the estate of Henry T.'.er, deco-.sd, hereby
notifies all persons having claims u;'ai:ist said
decedent, to present them within the lime
prescribed by law, or they whl be barred.
RICHARD M. JOHNSON,
tliti MAUK1AGS STATE
limtmma, mt.4jA it t
No ember, 11'),
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
JUST received and for sale at reduced pries,
anew supply of superior qnality and tttjif.
watches and jewelry. Watches rep-tired ana
warranted as usunl.
January 12, 13.r3.
S. II W ILSON,
AT THE AUCTION STORE.
HAVE for sale on Consignment,
Mess Pork, Reboiled Molasses.
Cement, Clear and Ribb Sides,
Tobacco, various qual. Blankets, gmy & white,
Wool Hats, Roots and Shoes, Guns&e.
M, U. WOLFE.
ALSO, one f the largest Lil.rnrys of Law
Books ever offered at an Auction etah
ate. Catalogues will be
M C. WOLFE.
iish merit in the St
far i.r.v n
Hunt, Miss H E
Hill, Miss Carrie
Henderson, Dr J B
Harris, J P
Herndon, N M
Henrlricks, V W
Holloman. K S
Humphreys. BG. 2
Hunly, h L
Harvey. Mrs Sarah
H a drickri.J F
Hicks, Moses J
Harris John N 2
Johnston, A II
Johnson T J or Ishain
Johnson, M J
Johnson, Mrs L
Johnson Miss M A
Januarv 4, 1854 M. D. HAYNES. P. M.
CO" Persons calling for any letter in the above
list will please say Oiicsrtised.
To all persons interested in the real and
personal estate of Calvin Lute, deceased.
' ffAKE notice that at a term of the
Probate Court of Yazoo County to be held
at the Court House of said County, on the
fourth Monday in January next, the under
signed, widow of the said Calvin Lust deceas
ed, and administratrix of his said estate will
petition said Court for allotment of her dower
and legal portion of said real and personal
estate. The real estate known and described
as follows and situated in Yazoo County, State
of Mississippi, to wit . North east quarter of
section 36, township 13, Range 1 East.
And also all the personal estate of said in
testate consisting of about eleven or twelve
negro slaves, plantation implements, house
hold and kitchen furniture and fixtures, f-c,
and a stock of horses, mules, cattle, hogs and
.4od n u; it'll U'h ieh the above tract ol land or
plantation is stocked and provided, and all of
WiliCll Will lUliy anu at largo appear uy rcici-
ence to the appraisement of said estate of re
cord in said Court.
When and where you ae hereby notined to
attend the hearing of said petition if you think
proper. CLEMENT1NA LTjSE, Adm'trx.
Ywoo eitv.. December 38, 1353 8 -It
WHEPiEAS Letters of Administration on
the estate of Washington F. Gill, deceas
ed, were granted to the undersigned at the No
vember Term, 1853 of the Probate Court of
Yazoo couuty, Mississippi. Now all persons
having claims against the estate of said dece
dent, aru hereby required to exhibit the same
within the time limited by law, or the sain? will
be barred. JAMES H. WILSON,
De. 7, 1853-5-7L Administrator.
'MHE undersigned assignees ot J. V.
- Caldwell deceased, hereby inform the pub
lic, that the business of the house will in fu-
ure be continued under their supervision.
Wishing to close out the stock on hand (which
isrery large at present,) tha Assignees arede-
ermined to effer all possible inducements to
purchasers. They solicit the continuation of
irmer patronage, and would add, that the saies
.vill be made on the usual time.
Mr. JOHN T. HETH will continue to give
his attention to the business of the house as
rtnforp. and is authorised to settle all ac
counts ot the same.
J. W. BARNETT, ? i(rnPes
If C. TYLER. 5 ASMntes.
Fashionable Clothing Emporium!
F. W. BATTA1LE,
Main Street. Yazoo City, Mississippi.
S in receipt of a large and well selec
ted stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, con
sisting in part of Overcoats, Dress Coats, Frock
CoatsrFancy Coats, Cloaks, Talmas, Fine, Fan
cy and Black Cassimere Pants ; every variety
of Silk, Satin, Plush and Velvet Vests an ex
tensive assortment of Gents Furnishing Good
and Hosiery, also a splendid selection of Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas, sole leather
Trunks, Carpet Bags, and India Rubber Goods.
Mr Battaile has in connection with his
Store, a TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
and has secured the services of the most com
petent workmen to be obtained in New York.
He flatters himself in his ability to tender 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.
rpilE Subscriber would respectfully inform
-L the Ladies and Gentlemen of ITazoo City
and vicinity , that he has opened a (Sallery above
the store of J. Strauss, nearly opposite to
Heard's Store, f r the purpose of taking Da
guerreotype. He has on hand many find
specimens, and a well selected stock of mate
rials for operation. His gallery ha the advan
tage of a splendid light which will enable hitn
to lake likenesses as well in cloudy as in clear
weath. r. He would suggest that he is provided
with an apparatus with which to t.!:e dupli
cates from old dgut rreMypes, ai;d at the same
time to give the copy the same tone and bril
liancy of the original.
After many years of experience in the art,
I he thinks himself able to give satisfaction to
all who may honor hm with acall.
December 7, 18J53-J5-3Jrn
New Cheap Cash Store.
Next door to Link 5f Harrison, Main Street,
WOULD respectfully inform bis friends,
customers and the public in gencri 1, that
he has opened a new and select assortment of
FALL and WINTER GOODS,
comprising of the following articles : Ready
made Clothes, of all descriptions Hats
Boots Shoes Trunks and Dry-Goods, and
flatters himself that he can undersell any in
the tame line of bnsinessin town
Yazoo citv, Nov. 16, 1353-ly.
S hereby given, that I have
Jl Land warrant No. 21,728 for
lost or mislaid
160 acres of
land, issued to me under Act ofSept. 1850, and
that I shall apply to the Commissioner ot Fen
sions for a duplicate of said warrant at the
proper time. THOMAS SARGENT
Wm. Battaile, Atty.
ITazoo River Plantation for Sale.
A valuable Plantation in the vicinity of Ya
zoo City, containing about 900 acres of
Land, 300 acres of which are in cultivation and
100 more deadened. Also 40 negroes and all
the mules, horses, oen, hogs and plantation
utensils of every description. Also a full sup
ply of com aud fodder for the ensuing year.
The above property will be sold on reasonable
terms to a good purchaser. For further particu
lars inquire of C. F. HAMER,
Nov. 16. 1853-tf. Yazoo City, Miss.
. 3ST S7ARTM5 CONSIDERATIONS !
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: i l.i .ih Sift'; aa do itlO l,i:u. In oi lllu fi M, or
inyntf "t ill" i-H'lti. ftVtMtnSj "'i mor Ihotii'lit
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!i.ay net be Ml uivulij SBuAMd t hi r kti,
or era tit !ter r9m ; L r pride, mmltiikta ,..J
f-."gy ta4SM aud tirr.j li r to ti.ko prtMM.
cbj.-jjo of litr buMetuSti, .rn n'uvu bot u rJ.ii will
no Hitm-t ot it. ; bat rh is r-cTCrthcl. - i-ivy.,Ay
n:ikiiig from Jy to i y, mid idwiira aoiog.
Tht. Uy Hilar day, a.td mtth aftur in ulb trun
p;re. Jler beabb Otvil ii.L, tilt fii.aili' I , u..,
mtpt of rMwrerj uo Umgn )iua:ii. Ai.d t.'.iu
THE BI.OOMIMQ BftfOd,
Bat a fww ysars ai;o iu t'ie Qtoh of fcsslili and
ywth, b.ioy.iticj' f Jrlu, rapidly, and f- i
rvally lHarikMMc, bwMwaaa u fwaM, ic!:ly, o'.
biltttttid Wffo, wi'h frauiu o.na.:ialod, MTSJ t;t
i tuig, i-i.-i d r.i- u. '.o ..iLcnat.co hf.vii,,; ti.e
imptvw of iiiffi-riiig, a. l an u'Ur phyatM u.l
uioutiiiH;.- this d.'oraL?o clinnfe nvr nnd d
ag bpm argasio or conaiitntioiHl i-i'isc?. Hut
oOmMf, by tmt oftiiec, ta grns and i..o..'.T;i.do
it'ice of tbo aiinpl-.'St and pl-.lt.eft ru!cs of
i. -alth M connecttd nilli the tr:;;ri iao staS;, t!.a
rititatj '4 wb:di vntuiU Uieaso, tafTtnr.g uuJ
i hnry, not only to tb wife, but often
ilercdi!::ry Cxaplaints upoa the Children
" umto the tu:::i aud povafSJ or. .sit at: a:.,'
Tiai!mlltl.iK COIStllPIlOV, HCllOFVUA.
gfTFOcisovniua, ivnamtj, coit,
UWG'S EVIL, antl other cll.caucs.
from tHe ParcnU.
And muit this continue 1 Shall we be wise a
all that concerns the cattle of our fields, our horses.
ur sheep, our cows, our osen, the nature and
oharactor of the soil we possess, thm texture and
quality of our goods and merchandise ; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human beings, with human
functions and passions, subject to great derange
ment, involving our future peace aod happiness
in all that concerns the health and welfare of the
wife of our affections, od the mother of our obQ
dren ; i t all that concerns the mental and physical
well being of tfcins children, we should be im
nursud in the darkest and most
AS Ct'Lr ABLE A8 INEXCUSABLE !
How long shall this ignorance prevail so produc
tive of lis bitter fruits'? How long shall tne wife
and mother, be ignorant of the nature, character and
c iva ( the various womb end sexual complaints,
SfbiHsting her days by suffering suffering often
prolonged to year, eventuating in a complication of
diseases utterly end hofcIessTy incura ble 1 .Shall
r-r tot "rr close our eyes to the results of physio
logical s- 'J f ri;,1 we K7 arrive at an
uuUrstanding of onrse....' " men and women,
tubj...i to bi-:ous lifo-ljng s4ansi oea".
parpettOfCing them to oar children.
LET EVE?Y V1FE A?JD HUSBAND P0EDE2 1
iro kmrband or wife netd be ignorant of ultal
CtWItTini thtm m wf fj know to secure thrir i,t hh
and ht.j'pinc lltat lnoi-j!cdge is cortutntd in m
little ir'u k enlitltd
T II m MtfilED W O 31 A K S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY Dft. A. M. NiAUniCLAU.
P8 iresBjpa or "fiT1 or womkc.
rjm frii it rnw is, w. tso. Pct
in pine rarsa, axnu unasw, ft
First puMikUed in 117 ; and it Is not
SUftPRISIWO OR WONDERFUL,
CttlWrtng tt EVERY PKMAI.R,
v tt-l r MAHKIK!! Oil NOT, rnti
MSjatlaw n itiii U i.ov it'iiK of iti.
tr , Iv.trortcr ntnl causes of .
i .ilii.i(t, with ti- various
J lilt lii i IIHj ' " lliat ittrarly
iiai-f a millicj tonnt
li .;!:! h ive been s !d ft is impracticable to .on
V'v felly ill Various sucets treated of, as llf S
:. ' . na'.ure -"it!y tiaendael for the uiariicJ,
or the c c MBtaniplatHig marriage.
HS?WJJbUK1 0 OVK Hli)RKU 1KOU-
sakd co roc a
HC. TYLER, Agent For the or Vi
a-o Fortes from the most celcbrntotl
Fuctorles In New York and Boston. Piano
Forts rill be found constantly on hand, and
for stile nt thrj Mnnufictnrsr'a retnil price.
vlso on hand, a good assortment ot bhect Mu
YozooCity, April 20, iai3-lj-.
WATCHES, JEWELRT AXD SJ1
fUST rrf red srtd for m!s a firrn ttfuirt
m 1 1 r FINE WATCHES and iWKLttr.
A I ). Xtlirr anJ Silter Plated Ware. Wutclies
rspaired f-nl warranted as usual.
Nt v. 23 1853. S. H. WILSON.
CHINA, r GLASS .AN DQQ U HEH7S W AJRE .
H II AVE just received, end ofler for sale, a large
''g"f PlatnandQ.lt CHINA a;id IRON
STONE .MU? of various Etjrtea and desert p
tkms. AIfo, a grpraj assort cpent of Pcsed,
Flint end Cutgla.ss wa.
Nov. 23, 1353. S. H. WfLSON.
WHEREAS Letters of Adminlstra.
TT Itoa on tho EtBtc of Wm. J. Bontiev,
decased, were crantcd to tho undersigned at tho
last Aug u&t Term rf tie Probate Coortof Ya
zoo county, State of MlsStssipp : Now all per
sons having claims against tlie es'ate of euidde
ceoent, are hereby required to exhibit thecoma
within the time prcEcribrd bj' law, or .he aamo
will be birred SAMUEL A. EENTLEY,
September 14, IBM iS-Tt. Admini ''r
Wtmtfl not o f.
YAZCO CITY, MI?lSirri. Hfc
gl HE ub.?eribcr would inform tho pttfcUo
- that the above nametl house has been refU
tsoted furnished with nil necessary conv :
leaoes cileulated to promote the eosafofiof
(ho travelling community. The chambers a r
SarfS on! airv, t..c bedding entirely new; and
t'.tentive. obedient pci v.ints in attetidance.
The table will he Pupp'ie l with evrry thing
rii nished by tlie market, and m elT)rt will be
antiitfir to tendar WINN'S HOTEL in every
i"t) !rtment, otie of the be-l in the Slate.
N..V, 23 I863 8tf O. WINN & CO.
MAIL within tbt !i't few
CAttnON TO THE PUBLIC.
JSK MOT VEVHSiVVKDi ?
Buy no io"k iiiMa Dr A M ifaartaasisfc 120
Liberty Ssi'SjSjt, Tn. V . is on y.x titttj pig, mid tbe
entry in ths Clcrk'f OtScj oti ti e ba k f tlm title
a2i ; find bay only of nwpvetav Snd bo-i'ible
oeaJera, or scLd by mail, a:ni tmmm to n. A ?J.
M taHseaa, as ttten; urn sariSsn ati MntSf-tUii uo
infringements of copyright.
- llnoa 7-e?hrt of One Dolr "TITS sWAJt
RiED WOSSAK'S PErVATja MEZXCAX CDM
PA!,;IO;,!M is s-Tit ml-i frrt) to any ja-t r.'" the
TJi'ited Siales, ttie Canadas a:;:l Bvi'isti ProviiiCea.
.U lii'A j. ust t. p.y'-p.J, a. id a iilr-.'t to
Dr. ii. M. MAUfilOEATJ," Eox 1224, Iw-York
Ci'y. PabUa&ng OtHce, No. 139 Libeity : t: .!.
AGENTS 1 MISSISSIPPI
Steuben F. Power, iVac.W Park.-r Thorn
ton. Brandon Thompson &Co., Yuzoo Cily
W. H. Lindas. Gallatin -E. Brtiner. Port Gib-im-W.
M. Klyce, Eastporl W. Eppes, Holly
Vickslmrg, Va;oo nnd Tillatofm
NEW SHOE .STORE.
3D8 zl 2D sra e
ttr? . , .
C A P S
No. 70, Gravier Street,
December 10, 18G2.
C. O. JACKS J AS. It. PCTWrtM, W. T7. CAICHI3C8
C. O. JACKSON CO.
DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DEY
GOODS, EOOTS, SHOES. HAT'S, &c,
Succes3ora to 13. W. Jaclc.
Washington Street, Yicksburg, .Mm.
V. YALE, Jr. & 0
Importers aud Wholesale Dealers la
fantxs anb Staple
SILK GO ODSf
Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and Dress Good n
vn iin hi r A7ivr OTBPfT
(Between Common and Qrmier 8trtei$,)
Also In-ported and Domestic 8lrax Goads.
D-iC. 15, 1852. r.6. -ly.
Feet Simms & CO.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale DEALERS IV
Vicksburg, Satartia, Yazoo City, Tchula
Greentcood, LeJIore, Locopoh's, Tillaloba
P A C K E T.
THE NEW LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER
Will run as a regular Packet as ab. vo.
Gen. Stokes draws only 20 inches water
Leaves Vicksburg, Tuesday, 5 o'clock, P. M
Yazoo City, Wedncs'y. b
" Greenwood, Thursday, 7 "
Leflore, M 10
Leaves TiUatoba, Friday, 4 o'clock,
" Leflore, 12
Greenwood, " 2
44 Sidon, " 4
Yazoo City, Saturday 8
" Sata-tia, " 10
PORTERFIELD& CO., Agents, Vicksburg,
W. WYMAN, Agent, Yazoo City,
June 23, 1853-:i3tf.
New Orleans and Vickeburg Packet,
M. P. M.
NO 23 and 25, MAGAZINE STREET
Dec. 15, 1852. ly-
Brooks & Randolph.
Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & DcmeBtlr
No. 20 New -Levee,
December, 15, 1652. ly.
A LL persons indebted to the firm of Phil
l lipa & Perkins, will call and settle with
the undersigned at their earliest convenience.
Claims against the firm are bound to be adjus
ted very soon, and I hope those who are in
debted to us will call and settle without any
further notice. S. M. PHILLIPS,
Surviving partner of Phillips & Perkins.
November 30, 18oS-4-tf
HE Subscriber oilers to sell for cash, or
on reasonable time with good security, a
House and Lot situated on Main Street. The
building is fire proof, and also all necessary out
houses. The first fluur 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
neeesary Bar furniture. The second floor is
used as a Billiard Room, and contains, besides
two spier did tables, both in good coru'ition, a
fine set of arm chairs, mirrors, lamps, foe., and
forms altogether, one of the finest Billiard
loons in the State. Said hue can be conver
ted at the option of Ihe pun htser, into a flue
store house, and is situated in tbe mot business
part of the city.
1 Nov. 38, ld& 3 tf WM. S. GJlUBim
Capt. J. M. WHITE.
THIS splendid passenger packet will resume
her place, leaving here on Tuesday, the 6th
day of September next, and every subsenuenf
Til'- : tt 5 o'clof!; v. m., returning, Icavo-
New t trtoani Satur'i-tvs at 0 p. si.
For freight or pa
Aug. 31, 1853.-6t
i', sjpplv to .
FORTERFIELD & CO.
IBBONS and Lace for sale bv
j-u n . SHROPSHIRE & M ASSE"
Freight, Trunks ami Parcels,
ADAMS & COS'
Sew York and New Orlrans Expn as, from o(
fice, 16, 18and 19 Wall Street. New York.
72 Camp Street, New Orleans.
Jan 28. 1852-12
REGULAR TJNITFj STATES MAIL
rpHE Steamer is. S. ltlEN
X TISS, Oupt. P. C. HV.V,
leaves for Vicksburff, Monday,
Wednesday and FridHy, at 12 o'clock M., punc
tually ; connecting with the New Orleans pack
ets ot arrival. For freight or passage apply to
W. WYMAN, Agent.
OCT" The S. S. PrcntUs is eniircly new, and
superior to any boat iu tbe trade; built express
ly for a rr ail boat between Vicksburg and Yazoo
City. Her accommodations are of the finest
trder. She is provided with everything requir
ed hy the new law life boat, life preservers,
three fire engines, (two working by steam,) and
offers every accommodation and security to
ROBERT L. ADAMS,
Commission Merchant .
67. GRAVIER STREET,
November 23, 1853 3 1 v
pocket & Table Cutlery.
a UST received and for sale, a large assortment
1 9 of Crooks. Rogers' and Coosteuhelm's fine
Pocket and Table Cutlery
Not. 23, 18M. 9- H. WILSON.
Vicksbnrg and :ew Orleans Pac k
ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeoi.. M
I Hta mngntneent steamer wjII
rffh nsa tegular packet between
the above name itortH, commen-
inr on the 21f 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
r PORTER FIELD & CO,
Vicksburg, May 18tb, 1858.
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