LOCATED NEAR YAZOO CITY, MISS.
THE Subscribers take great pleasure in an
nouncing to their friends, and the public
generally, that they have now on hand, and
ready for sale the fcominsr fall, one of the choi
cest collections - of Fruit Trees to be found
any where in the South. Their assortment is
very large and complete the trees are healthy
and well frown- and the prices as low as can
possibly be atforded. The following are some
of the leading articles with prices annexed :
Pears, $1 each, per 100. Apricots 1 each
Apples, 25c. each, ."20 " 44
Peaches 'Joe. " S-0 44 44
Strawberries, 50c. per doz.
Nectarines 50c 4
Plums, 1 44
Cheries, ft 44
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 Vazoo City, Miss.
N. B. Persons unacquainted with the differ
ent varieties of Fruits, would do well to state
for what purpose the trees are panted, and
leave the .-election tc the proprietors.
C. B. SWASKY & CO.
(; ' Orders may be left with Holmes iy Hy
att, C. T. Mann, and M. B. Wolfe.
August 3, 103-Gm.
&oiiigto Hew jrtwans.
JRCHASE YOUR CLOTHING oi
ALFRED ML'NROE & CO., 31 Maga-
The great feature with them is, the large stock
nlw.vs kept, oi" Gentlemen's, Boys, and Chil
dren'a Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At
this home, the price of every article is marke t
anon it. People, whether good or bad judges,
need have no fears of being cheated, for after the
purchase of anj article, mould any dissatisfec
lion exist, the money will be refunded on its
No tntyfrle to show goods usith
them, as their whole object is to
sc those who
luvur ttiein with a call-
QvaaoOATB ui every description.
Walking Coats of all kinds.
Busixcss Coa rs of all kinds.
D and Faocs Coats of all kinds.
Cloth Cloaks of various natalities.
Talma and ILhabah Cloaks, new article.
Pantaloons of all kinds.
Vests oi all kinds.
Usv ED - busts and Da a webs of all kinds.
Half Hose and Gloves of all kinds.
Coxros and Linen Shirts of all kinds.
Cbavats and: Scares magnificent assortment.
&LK8KgCHXEf8 and ScSFEXimf.
A rery superb assortment of
BO ITS cy CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
To Steamboat CaptaittS, Pilots, Etc.
OCT" Your particular attention is invited to
our very huge assortment of
Overcoats of Every Description.
FCR BEAVERS, HIMALAYA CLOTHS
HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS, DEVON
SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR
1. LA T K i-.TS. MOTTLED
BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC
Iu all of v. Iiich goods we have some
EXTRA LONG COATS,
manufac tured expressly for your us
CjT" You hud better call and pTrchusecnsi
tou want something comfortable.
AL FRED M UN ROE & CO,
31 Magaziuc St., corner
Dec. 15, 1852.-W. ofGraTier.
Steamboat Agent. COMMISSION and FOR
WARD! NG MERCHANTS, No. 17 Cerou
delet Street, New Orleans.
fjtT Particular attention paid to fitting odei
Fayaa & Harrisoo, Uili, M'Lenn eV Co.
Fellowes & Co. Robe-on & Allen, 1
.A. Owen & Co. Ward Sc Jonas.
Tlics. Water, J. B. Camde, Chas. Wat ers
IITIlliiMill k 11
COTTON FACTORS AND
NO. 102 POYDRAS STREET;
JOSEPH it . PALMER
JAllES H. M ASSET.
I osepli if. Palmer & Co.
IMPORTERS Sl WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
3uE Otat csa. QSd C QB SB
47 Camp Sired, above Graiier,
Dec. 15, !;.-;. Ne w-Orle ans
At the Old Cheap Store. Mattings.
TyE have ju ;t received an invoice of Mattings,
" which we ofler fog- sale cheaper thrm ever
they were sold in this market. Although this
article is very scarce in Vicksburg, outpaces
will be found very moderate. Our etock con
sists ol 2,000 yards 6-4 White ;
2,000 M 5-4 "
2,000 m 4.4
2,000 - 4-4 Checked
.MICTION & SARRAT.
Vicksburg, Feb 9. lb."3.
Shropshire and Massey
DRY-GOODS AND PRODUCE.
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Tune 22, lPr3.
rjlHEunderr' jfiied will make liberal advances
A on Cotton shipped to Messrs. Post Si Mel.
New Orleans, SHROPSHIRE & MAS EY
June 22, 18o3.
M. IS. WOJLIi,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Will make liberal advances on consignments
Yazoo city, Jan. 19, 1853.
THE Dwelling House now occupied by M.
Langan, on the corner of Broadway and
Monroe streets. For terms apply to
Vazoo city, Aug. 10, 53.-tf. M. BERRYt
WHISKEY 50 barrels Dexter's celebrated
whiskey for sale by
Jun? 22, 185? SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY
The State ol Mississippi,
Yazoo Countv, )
PROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TERM,
To alt persons interested in the lands,
tenements and hereditaments of Cath
rine M. Clark, deceased.
YOU are herchy cited to be and appear at a
Probate court to 1 e holden at the court
house in Yazoo city, on the fourth Monday of
February next, then and there to shew cause
if any you have or can why an order should not
be granted by said court for the sale of the
following described land, belonging to said de
cedent's estate to-wit: South-half of the east
half of the south-east quarter, the north-half
of the east-half of the south-east quarter, and
the wes '.-half of the south-east quarter, Section
11, Township 10 of Range 2 West, contain
ing one hundred and sixty acres more or less,
situated, lying and being in Yazoo county,
State of Mississippi.
Aud further to do and suffer such things as
shall bo considered and ordered by our said
Court in the premises, and it is further ordered
that the publication of this citation be made in
the Vazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, pub
lished in Yazoo city, for the space of sixty days.
Witness, "The Hon. Ceo. B. Wilkinson,
Judge of the Probate. Court of Yazoo county,
the tourth Monday in November, A. D. 1S33.
and seal of said court.
Isst'F.D, the 3rd day of December, 1S."3.
Dec. 7, 1853-5-10t. WM.H. BELL, Clk.
The State of Mississippi,
PROBATE COURT NO VE M BE El TER M,
To all persons interested in the lands, ten -me
ids if hereditaments of Thompson Bns
YOU are hereby cited to be and appear
at a Probate Court of said county and State,
to be holden at the Court house in Yai.'oo city
Ml the dth Monday in February, next, then ami
there to show cause if any you have or run 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-.1, est quTtei of north-east "quarter ot
Section 2J), and the west-half of west-half !
north-west quarter, and west-half of west-half
of south-we-t 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
bund red and fifteen acres more or less, shun
ted, lying and being in said county and State.
And further to do and sutler such things as
shall be considered and etdered by our s.tid
Court in the premises, atu, it is further ordered
that publication of this citation be made in the
Vazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, publish
ed' in Yazoo city, lor the space of tixty days.
Witness, Hon. Geo. B Wilkinson, Judge
of the Pr mate Court of Vazoo county, tlie 4th
I Monday in November A. D. 1653, and seal of
said court. Issued the 3rd day of December
A. D. 1S53. WM. H. BELL, Clerk.
December 7, 1 333-3-10i.
Tlie State of I?lississipii
PROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TERM
To all persons interested in the persona
Estate of Thompson Brister, deceased.
YOU are hereby cited to be and appear be
fore the Probate Cour of Yazoo County
at the December Term 1859 thereof, then and
there to shew cause if any you have or can,
why cn order should not be made for the sale
of the personal property belonging to said de
And further to do and suffer such things ns
shall be considered and ordered by our said
court in the premihes.
And it is further ordered by the Court, that
publication "f this citation be made in the Ya
zoo Democrdt tor the space of one month.
Witness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge
of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the dth
Monday in Nov., 1853, and seal of said court.
Issued the 29th day of Nov., A. D. 1853.
WM. H. BELL, Clerk.
November 30, 1853-4-5t
BY Virtue and in pursuance of a decree of
the Probate Court of Yazoo county, State
of Mississippi, made at the last November
Term thereof, the undersigned, Administrator
of the Eskite of Phillip O'Reilly, deceased, will
On the 3rd Monday, the 16A day of January
next, between the hotfrs prescribed by law, pro
ceed osell before the Court house door of Ya
zoo county at Yazoo city, between the hours
prescribed by law, at public auction to the
highest bidder, on a credit of twelve months
from the day of sale, the following Real Estate
belonging to the estate of said decendent to
Lot No. 15 and fraction of 20by40feet in the
town of Benton, & west-half of south-east quar
ter, Sec. 2G, Township 13, Range 1 East. East
half of south-east quarter, Section 26, Town
ship 13, Range 1 East. West half south-cast
quarter. Section 27. Township 13, Range 1
List. West half north-east quarter, and east
half north-west quarter, Section 34, To nship
13, Range 1 East. East half north-east quar
ter, Section 1, Township 11, Range 1 East
and fraction of west half north-west quarter
Section 0, Township 11, Range 2 East. West
half north-east quarter, Section 1, Township
11, Range 1 East. East half south-west quar
ter, west half north-west quarter, Section 29,
Township 11, Range 2 East, and 75 acres in
the north-east qu t ier of Section 30, of Town
ship 11, Range 2 E ist, described as follows :.
begin at north-east cornet Section 30 run west
36 chains. 89 links, thence south 20 chains, 34
links, thence east 36 chains, 87 links, thence
north 20 chains, 34 links to place of begininng.
The purchaser or purchasers will be requir
ed to give bond or bonds, with good and suffi
cient security, for the payment of the sum or
sums of money for which the said premises
may be struck ofiv in twelve months from the
day of sale. JAMES P. O'REILY, Adtnr.
of Phillip O'Reily, dee'd.
December 7, 1853-5-0t.
THE undersigned having been appointed
Administrators of tlie estate of Abnei
Russell dee'd.. All persons having claims
against said estate will presenttheiwaccording
to law, and those indebted to the estate, will
make payment. NIXON RUSSELL.,
Nov. 30. 1853-3-t7 Administrators.
Dry-Goods at Reduced Prices.
LARGE assortment will be sold low for cash
or to prompt customers on the usual time,
june 22, '53. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
HAMS 1,500 Lbs, "Elder's" Sugar cured
Hams, for sale by
Aug. 10. SHROPSHIRE &. MASSEY.
KITCHEN, BAILEY 4 CO.
G E N E R A L GROCER S
14 CAN AIi STREET,
On the Levee, between Custom-House and th Hirer,
Planters' Supplies, Family & Boat Stores
Of the best quality, on the most liberal terms.
( C I RC ULAB.)
Nkw-Okleans, November 5, 1602.
Sir Handing you above Dur Business Card,
we beg to call your attention to our Hou.'e, and
solicit an examination of our Htock and Prices,
assuring you that both will bo found as satis
factory as those of ary other Grocers in the
Citv. Our supplies are bought for Cash, and
selected with the greatest care, with a view of
giving satisfaction to our customers. We in
vite acall and a full examination of our stock
and prices. Terms liberal, either for cash or
Below we give a list of some of the articles
weahall at all times keep on hand. Planters
sending their orders direct to us will be fur
niflhed itfl articles, not In our line, at the low
est city prices.
KITCHEN, PATTISON & RAILEY.
Bro,vn, Clarified Magnolia, Havana,
Powde red, Crushed, Loaf, Nos. 1, 2, 3,
Northern & New-Orleans.
Coffee Rio, Havana, St. Domingo, Laguay
ra, Java in pockets 30 lbs. Mocha do.
Mol.yssks Common, Rebelled, Sugar-House.
St BUT Golden, Sugar-Hojse.
T::a Bl.icl, Green and Mixed of great va
riety of brands and qualities.
Fi.oun Ohio and St. Louis brands in barrels
and half barre s.
Buckwheat dn half-barrels, kegs, boxes and
Rice Fresh Carolina.
CitAci: ers Soda, (Navy, Water, Butter and
Rutteii Goshen and Western.
Bacon Sides; Shoulders, Jowls and Ham.
Hams Best Sugar-Cured and Canvassed, Nor-
then and Wester.
Lard In barrels and kegs.
Pobje Clear, Mess, MessOrdinary and Prime.
Berf Clear, Mess, MessOrdinary, Prime and
Fancy Northern, in half barrels.
I!, t r Dried, and Venison.
Tongues Beef and Buffalo.
MACKEREL la barrels, half-barrels and kits,
Nos. 1. 2. 3.
SbaS In barrels, half-barrels and kits,
l 2 3
'Salmon In half-barrels and kits.
j Roe HEBJUHG In half-barrels ond kits.
it O 1 A ! K........J
COOFISB lu boxes and drum-j.
Omul In can and kegs.
)ln cane, hermetically sealed.
L if El
English, Northern and Western Pine
Apples, Bvisi an 1 Fancy.
Cocoa In papers and boxes.
Chocolate French and Common.
Catsup Tomato, Walnut, Mushroom, Wor
cestershire. Sauses Pepper, Harvey, Soho and John Bull.
Olive Oil French, Spanish and Italian.
Pickles Plain und assorted in gallon, half
gallon and qtuirt jars.
BftTSTAJtt French, Northern and Kentucky.
Ai ples and Peaciieks Dried.
Cerk a n ts Z a n to .
Raisins In whole, quarter and eighth boxes.
FnuiT Figs, Graqea, Cocoanuts, Almonds,
Filberts, Walnuts, Pecan, Cream Nuts,
&-C. Lemons and Oranges.
Jelly Guava, Damson, Plum, Currant, and
Bkandy FKuixs-Frcnch Cordinls, Anisette,
Farftit Amour, Curacao, Absynth,&.c.
BtTTEKs-Bokor'e., Berlin; Wine and Goulay.
Peppermint Essence of
Syrups-Lemon and Assorted.
Candies Assorted, in boxes and cartoons.
SpiCES-Allspice, Pepper, Cloves, Mace, Cinna
mon, Nutmegs, and Ginger.
Candles Tallow, Star, Adamantine, Wax and
Sperm, Plain and Fancy, in boxes and
SoAP-Castile, Rcsiu, Shaving and Faucy.
SALLK.iTUs-Pear-Ash and Soda, Yeast Pow
ders, and Starch.
Indigo Madde r , Alum, Borax, Brimstone and
Spanish Whiting Venetian Red and Spanish
ERocois-Quaker and Western.
WmsKEY-Ohio, Bourbon, Monongahela, Rye,
Tuscaloosa and directly imported Scotch
Brandy Of a great variety of brands and pack
ages and of personal selection, from
common to the finest imported.
Wines Madeira, Sherry, Port, Burgundy,
Claret, Champagne, Muscat, Teneriffe,
Malaga, Hock, Barzac, &c, all of a va
riety of brands, and of personal selec
tion, some very choice.
BitANDY-Peach and Apple.
Giv-Holland and American.
Rum St. Croix, Jamaica and New England.
Alcohol and Rose Whiskey.
Porter and ALE-London, Edinburgh, Falkirk
India, Glasgow and Philadelphia, in
pints and quarts.
Champagne C idet.
Vineo ar Wine and Cider.
Bqttles Wine and Porter, in hampers.
FLASKS-Pints and quarts in boxes.
Demijohns-!, i, 3 and 5 gallons.
Tobacco Manufactured and Smoking, of vari
ous brands, sorts, qualities, prices and
CiGARS-lIavana, Domestic &. Plantation in ev
ery variety, Cigarillas & Shuck Cigars.
GuNFOWDER-Cornmon and very fine Rifle,
SaoT-Assorted, Bar Lead, Fire Crackers.
Hardware Nails and Spikes, assorted. Plan
tation Ploughs and Hoes, assorted.
Trace Chains. Collins' Axes.
PLATE-Block and Tin. Window Glass.
Buckets and TuBs-Painted and plain assorted
Tin Cans and BueKETSu-Quart and half-gallon
for plantation use.
LiME-Cement, Plaster, Tar, Resin, & Turp'ne.
LEAD-Wdiite, in kegs. Spirits of Turpentine.
OiL-Castor, Tanners, Whale, Sperm, Lin
seed and Lard.
BAGGrNG-Kentucky and India. Rope and
Twine. Gunny Bags.
HiDEs-Mexiean and Flint.
Sacks-Wheat, without Seam.
SALT-Liverpdol coarse and fine. Rock, in
Brogans and R ussETTS-Negro, single and
double backs and riveted regular aud
Negko-WooI Hats, Bianlets, Osnabugs, Jeans
iNK-Marking, la demijohns, to suit planters.
Fire BKicK-English arid Biloxi.
QuiNiNE-Epsom and Glauber Salts, in 10 lb.
SxUFr-Scoteh, in bladders ond boxes of one
dozen bottles. Maccouba and Rappee.
December 15, 1852.
03- W. H. KICHEN, late Kichen & Davis
Grocers. New Orleans. Wsi. II. PATTJSON,
late Lowe, Paltison 8i Co., New Orleans.
CHAS .R. RAILEY, late of Natchez, Miss
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Worker.
TUIE subscriber is now in receipt rf a large
and very superior lot of Stoves of the most
improved patterns, selected by himself from the
celebrated manufactory of D. fe J. Weiout&
Co., Louisville. Among which are
PREMIUM COOKING STOVES
of the oust improved patterns, and all sizes,
with furniture complete.
Unicn No. 1 to 4 Premium No. 1 to 5.
Steamboat and Parlor Franklins.
Star Franklins tor wood or coal.
Wood Rangers, open and fluted Coureous
&c, together with Castings, Tea Kettle, Sauce
Pans, Gridirons, Furnaces, Grates, Brass Ket
tles, Dog Irons, Sad Irons, &c.
WOODDEN-WARE, HARD-WARE &C.
Tubs, painted Buckets, Churns, Cotl'ee Mills,
Dippeas, Well Buckets, Ice Freezers, Rolling
Pins, ood Saws, Brooms, a superior lot of
Zinc Premium Washboards, Sieves, Fawcets,
Spades, Shovels, Chest and Trunk Locks.
Bird Cages. Mocking, Caniry Birds &c.
Cistern Pumps. Douglass Patent, a superi
or article ; Beer Pumps, improved pattern.
Tin Ware. A t rv- full assortment of bis
own manifacture, embracing every article in
the line, together with Tin Plate, Block Tiu,
lbk and Sheet Zinc, Pig and Sheet Lead,
Spelter Solder, Rivets, Copper Wire, Lead and
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work made to or
der; buildings roofed with Copper, Zinc or Tin;
Tin Gutters and Spouts made, fec.
Also, on hand, a lot of Fire Brick and Fire
Repairs of all kiads, in the above line, done
on the shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
Orders solicited and sttictly attended to.
Next door to W. P. Swiney, Crawford Street,
Dec. 15, 1852. Vicksburg, Miss.
30 CAM P STREET, IN. ORLEANS
Has constantly on u.ni) a good ASSQKT
mentof FINE WATCHES of every de
scription in gold and silver eases;
Mantel clocks; and Music box
es, Gold Guard, Fob, Vest
chain and Ch ttalalns,
Watch Seals Keys, and Charms, Diamond.
Ruby, Lmeruu!, Opml td Gm met liitgf
Pius, Ear King, Bracelets, etc.,
Culf Pins, Belt Buckles, Gold
Pens and Pencils, together
with a reur variety ot
other Jeweln', Fancy Goods 1'la:. d Vare,
etc., etc., etc ., Silver Tea Setts, JMteh
ere. Goblets, Spurns, Cups, Forks,
Ladles, iVapkin Rings, -'alt Cul
lers, etc., Fine Scissors,
Pen and Pocket Knives.
07" This Stock of Goods being all on com
mission will be sold at very small profits for
cash, or good city paper.
frjr E. A. T. can always manufacture, at
short notice, almost any articls of Jewelry or
Silver Ware that may be wanted. Diamonds
and other valuable Gems re-set. Canes
mounted, etc. Specimens of his work can al
ways be seen at the store.
07 Watches, Clocks, Time-pieces and Music-boxes
of every description, carefully re
paired and icarrrantcd.
Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver
taken in Exchange.
Aew Orleans, October 15, 185&
T7"ILL be sold on the lir-t Mond ty in No
TT vember next, the house and lot in which
I now reside, unless previously deposed of at
Terras, cash, and the balance at one and
two years in equal payments. N. ROVSTER
Aug. 24th, 1853.-tf.
Mr. J. C Chappell became a member of our
firm on the 1st inst. The business will be
conducted under the style of
WRiGHT, W HALEY &. CO.
Vicksburg, July 9, 1858.
C WRIGHT, THOS. VII A LEY, J. C CHAPPELL.
WRIGHT, WHALE Y & 0.
Jaiug anS Jbtaj-k 3312 &ool5S,
Jeans, Linseys, Lowells, Russetts, Boots,
Shoes, 4"C. &c.
Washington Stkeet, Vicksburg, Miss.
Car ria g- e
Ware - House.
I. MARSH, DENMAN & CO.
81 & S3, Common Street, opposite
THE oldest and largest establishments in this
city. Our stock consists of some 200 Car
riages, comprising Caleches, Coaches, Rocka
ways, Uarrouches and Euggies, with and with
out Tops. And almost every variety used in
the United States, manufactured in New Jersey,
and for sale cheaper than at any other establish
ment in this city, for cash or city acceptance.
Purchasers will please call and examine our'
stock and judge tor themselves.
L MARSH, DENMAN & CO.
December 15, 1832.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing in
this city, under the firm of Thornhill cf
Mc llhenny having expired bv limitation 31s'
ult., the same has been dissolve I. The under
signed informs his friendslthat he will con- J
tinue a Cotton Factorage and General Com
mission Business at No. 29, Carondelet Street
under the style of THORNHILL & CO.
New Orleans, June 15,1853-0m.
f X SACKS best Rig Coffee for sale by
sU O june 22. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY
Jewelry & Music Store,
ri- C- TYLER,
NEXT DOOR TO
HAS on hand a good aasoi ( nent of tl
kinda of Jewelry r.ud Fane Joods, and
wilJconitautly be supplied with i most fardi
onble st) les and patterns from. I ie North.
WATCHES Sf JEWELRY RE
H. C. T., &.Co.,are agent fur the sale of the
"llorst patient 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
ment of sheet music. Violins ai d Accordo
ons. Strings for Guitar and Violin.
Yazoo City, Dec. ll-1862tf.
f USKBTTO Bars for sale by
LTJ june 22, 1653. S. & M.
SI Civ and Giham Umbrellas lor sale by
june 22. S. & M.
C DOZEN Kid Gloves for sale by
'june 22. S. & M.
DAVIS' HAMS Just received a lot of Da
vis' Extra Hams, for sale by
Feb. Hi, WILSONS & HYATT.
TOW that our stock of Spring Goods if
complete, we may safely tnv ite our friends
and the public in general to pay us a visit and
examine for themselves.
Ay to the cheapness aud quality of our goods,
we do not hesitate to say that no one can com
pett with us wholesale or retail for tha follow
iug articles :
Barege Plain Colored and figured,
" Rich Robes,
M first and aeeood mourning,
French Lawns, Jaconets and Organdies,
A tnerican " - " 44
Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered,
White and colowd robes,
I'laid, checked and Striped Cambrics,
' " " Swiss Muslins,
Plaid Muslins for curtains and bars,
" " embroidered and Jacquard,
Curtains while and colored,
Calicoes, Turkey Red and Ruff,
CiHrlams, small and large checks,
PRINTS. American, French and English,
from the most renowned manufactures,
Neittmgi Linen and cotton for bars,
White Pobiuet for Birs,
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4 11-4 1-4 13-4
Irish Linens for Shirting, pure flax,
French "12-4," for sheeting, pure flax,
Table Linens, Damasked, White andRr'wn,
Table Cloths, p'nin.in setts.
Linen Diapers, Bird's eye, Russia,
Rrown linen damask by the yard,
Sununer Silk Checked, Plaid and Tlain,
Black and changeable colors.
Crape Black, Pink, White and Buff,
French E nbr oideries just fr m Paris, such
as Mantillas, (Japes, J oses, ladies vests, chem
isettes, uude rsleei es, p and Handkerchiefs.
Enc. Bia.-k and white, Silk, Thread, Val-
nc BLAC SILK LACE VEILS,
GtLOVSJ Fflet, Kid, SUk, Thread and cot
ton, rot missc?, ladies and gents.
UtndkerChiejs Plain and "bordered linen
i bile, Silk, Curat j, Pongee, -c.
Cravats Black Silk mid Batiste. Suspen
ities. White eotton Fringes.
; Iras f laadkerehiefs. Cotton Foulards.
Hoxi L dies white. Black and colored
eotton, lisle, bread and ?ilk. . lain, eatbioi
liereu and open worked, French grey Cotton
Iljf.'. Children's cotton hose, of all colors an.
Men's so ton, white, brown, mixed half hose,
" M Drawers and undershirts,
a Silk' "
" Linen bosom Shirts at all prices
' Fancy colored 11
Ladies Gaiters, black silk and lasting,
" ' colored"
' Shoes, kid and morocco, black andcol'd,
" Bootees, " M 44 44
44 Slippers " 44 44 4;
Men's Clippers, tapestry and morocco,
44 Shx;s, patent leather, lasting, &c,
44 Koaaoutfa Boots,
Misses Gaiters of all description,
Boy's Sheet of all s z s,
Children's shoes of all colors.
Perfumery The largest, best and cheapest
assortment in the city of Vicksburg.
ALSO At all times on hand a good lot of
Clotlung, plantation goods, linen and cotton
checks, plaids, striped, cottonades, linen drill
ings, white, brown and colored.
Bleached and unbleached domestic s,
White and brown cotton drills, 4-4, 0-4,0-4.
104, 1:2-4, brown and white sheetings ;
Hats, cap, &.c, &c.
Mattings white and checked 4-4,5 4 0-4.
MI CI ION & SARRAT.
Vicksburg, March 10, l."o.
MR. WILLIAM M. P1NCKARD, formerly
of Vicksburg, Miss., became a member
of the Firm cf '-George M. Pinckahd & Co."
on the 4th April last. The COTTON FACTOR
AGE and COMMISSION BUSINESS will be
conducted as heretofore, under the same Style
and Firm, at No. 110 Camp Street, New
Orleans. GEO. M. PINCKARD,
HENRY A. CAIRN ES,
WM. M. PINCKARD.
07 Messrs. E. D. Downs & Co will act as
our agents at Vicksburg, Miss., and are prepar
ed to make Cash Advances, tod furnish sup
plies to Planters Shipping Cotton to our llouse
GEO. M. PINCKARD & Co.
New Orleans, June lo, l$53-6m.
OM. SIMPSON formerly of 50 Canal St.,
would respectfully inform his friends and
istomers, that he has just temoved to the
116, CANAL STREET,
where he will constantly keep a supply of
Plantation, Household & Faucy Dry Goods
enable him to fill a bill through, at the low pri
CC3 which have.always characterized tliis house
O. M. SIMPSON,
110, Canal Street, Touras Row, New Orleans
May 4, 1853.
N. B. Cou .itry orders pi omptly filled.
J. M, CLARK,
Attorney and Counsellorat Law,
Vazoo city, Miss.
WILL practice in the cours at Jackson,
and the circuit courts of Winston, At
laila, Leake, Madison, Yazoo and Holmes.
All business entrusted to his care will re
ceive prompt attention.
Vazoo city,'april 15th 1851-tf
OAF and Coarse Sugar, lor sale by
' june tooj. btiBorsniEE cc-Ma.'ssey.
New Drug and Hook Hi ore
Thompson A Ob.
W HOLESA LE and Retail Drugging m t
dooro Winn's Hotel, Main St. Yazoo
City, arc receiving a large supply of fresli
Drugs medicines chemical painte, ils, Dye
stufl, Glacsware, perfurr p, Book , sta
tionery yc, olloful.ii h they offer at nnuu
ally low prices. Merchants, phfsielsns, Plan
ter and efbera will lad it to their interest to
give us a mil.
N. 13. A large supply of garden seed for
Vazoo City January 21, lHol if
UTE have removed our diy goods store to U,
i.ew brick blo.k, where Wlnn'fl Hotel for
merl stood ppoMte J. Thirp r C.
Scpt.'J7, 185:1. H0BS0N & LAMKIN.
VAN LOON, PAXTON &. CO.
LEVEE STREET, VJ KSfiURG.
Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders,
ENGINE AM) CAR BUILDERS,
01a and Jlill Work. and all kinds of Planta
tion and Stem
t y ex-
ecuted and fully jjuari
February 10, Ioo3-ly
BB0W9 & AVERY.
Next door above the Raul, building
Main Street Yaxoo city
KEEP constsntjv on hand an extent-ive as
sortment of all kinds f lin-ware. They
are man fStnri hit u ,. ,.r i.l..,u.l"r
baths and I athing-tubs. They keep always a
Jargesupply of cooking and parlor stoves, all
cf which they will offer SS. chead or cheaper
than they can be pur.jha.-ed in this regi.M..
They are prepared to do all kinds ol puttering
aud every description of job-work with neat
ness and dispatch. Pcfsona wishing nnv
thing in their line Would do well to give
them acall before pnrchasing ele where.
Thankful for the patronage which Mian here
tofore been so liberally bestowed, they hop:
to deserve and to receive a centii.uance of tl e
Yazoo ci-y, AnfttSl 90th 1861 ly
M Wf P ! r III
HIGG1NJ O'i'HAM 8c O.
We the undersigned have farmed a partner
ship for the purpose of transacting u Genera
Produce, Groceiy snd Liquor business. V
wilt keep coi.stantv on hand agenersai rl
merit of fami- gi. cu ries, Wfeee, Brandies
Hard ware, Cutery and Queens ware Whili
we will sell vcrv tow.
V. T. HIGG IN BOTH AM.
O. W. HEN PERSON.
Dec'r 3d 1S51.
LITTLE'S VERMIFUGE, "
A syre remedy tocure children of worms, re
'juiring no other medicine io folleu itfand be
sides, it will booh restore punv or drooaiui;
children to health again. It can be sivei
me moSt delicate child with peril eih.-iT-lv ard
is not wirpaesed, if eooalled, by any other.
I utupin vials doubly the usual size, and alto
-n large bottles for plantaticai nse, and more
ban oOpercerit elieaner thanaor other
J. E. SHKOPSH Hi
i asfjo City July 'd 1851
Wines, Liquors, Ccdials, &c
Main St. Yazoo City, Miss.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Sega r s
London Porter, SYoteh' Ale.ci.d fvery var
lety of Family Gioceries.
Boebyshell's SUmulatlng Panacea '
RECOMMENDED by the Faculty; and pre
scribed by Phyaicltna ! No family should
be without it. It is a certain prevention and
cure of the following diseases . Asiatic Chol
era, Cholera Morbus. Diarrhaii, Blood v Flux
holera Infantum. Suimner complaint," Deliri'
un Tremens, Sick Stomac h, Loss of Appetite
Irritable nerves and cramp Colic.
The above remedy is or sale at the Druir
More of MANN & ANDREWS,
Yazoo City, Miss
Where abundant testimony of ha virtue
from high sources, can be seen
April 27, 1853.
Just Received from furls
A arge assortment of Embroider ion, consis
ting of Chemisettes, Paletots, Undert-l. eves, Col
lars, Caps and Handkerchief.
MICHON & SARRAT.
Vicksburg, Feb. 9, lli.
M liite Lead, Window Suli Ktc.
as. Pure No. 1 whim Lead.
SOt WJ 120 Gi8. Linseed Oil,
50() Lbs. Puttv,
For sale by WILir
Februrry 16, iar3.
1VwiVVAMJLE 1 SALE.
WIELsell on low terms. SOOacres of land
(situated above high water mark) on the
uzoo river, in Sunflower county, Township
16, Range 2 west. For further informatiou
apply through R. K. Pickett or F. Bostick to the
undersigned. S. A. GARNETT
Yazoo City, Jan 26, '1853-12.
I AVli 7
milee from YaznA .1 ..u
miles from Benton tm the M N i. jirton u ad
Ui the neighborhood of Rev. J. W. Purvis.--Therc
are about two nurdred & fifty acres of this
tract under fence, and in a high state of culti
vation, a fine crop havine been grown on the
place the present year. There is also a good
milland gin, and comfortable negro quarters
and dwelling house on the place. This in
hne tract of land, and a good bargain will be
given to any one who wishes to purchase.
For further information, refer to Thomas (i
Clark, Benton, and P. 0'Docnell, Yazro Citv.
Dece. 15, 1852 -6 Ch SWAYZE.
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