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MISSISSIPPI II1SI1IIS
LOCATED NEAR YAZOO CITY, MISS.
fil HE Subscribers take great pleasure in bu--i-
nouncinj? to their friend, and the public
generally, that they have now on hand, and
roiriv for sale the coming 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 thetresare healthy
and' well grown and the prices ns low as can
possibly be afforded. The following are some
of the leading anieles with prices annexed :
roar, 1 each, SO per 100. Apricots $1 each
AppW 25c. each, 820 Nectarines 50c 4
Pe.h.325c. m S-0 Plums, $1
Strawberries, 50c. per dot. Cherics, 1 M
All articles sent from iho Nurseries are care
fully labelled securely packed, and delivered
in Yazoo City free of charge. Orders to re
ceive attention, must be accompanied by-ens-h,
or ffood New Orleans, Vicksburg or Yazoo
City Reference; and addressed to the sobscri
bars ot Vaaoo CiTy . Miss.
N. B. Person'? unacquainted with the differ
ent varieties of Fan's, would do well to state
tor what purpose the trees are wanted, and
leave tbo selection t the proprietors.
C. B. SWASEY &. CO.
fU2TOrd-jrd may be left wiih Holmes f Hy
U, C. T. Mann, nnd M. E. Wolfe.
August 3. lrvio-Gm.
Cioingt Kew Or Jeans.
pUilCIIASE YOUR CLOTHING ot
JL ALFRED MUNROE & CO., 34 Mag
zinc Street.
Ths gracit, feature with them is, the large stock
alw-tys !:p:, of Gentlemen's, Boys', and Chil
dren'a Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At
this h . the price of every article i3 marked
upon i:. People, whether good or bad judges,
need have no fears of being cheated, for after the
purchase of any article, should any dissatisfac
tion exist, in? money will be refunded on its
being returned, io "trouble to show goods with
them, as their whole object is to please those who
lavor th 'tn with a call-
OrxsooATS of every description.
Wal&etq Coats of all kinds.
BffsufEss Coats of all kinds.
and Feock Coats of all kind?.
Cloth Cloaks of various quality.
Talma and Khabatt Cloaks, new article.
Pantaloons of all kinds.
TsrBl of all kinds.
tfcocsaaamand Dbawebb of till kinds.
Half liossand Gloves of ail kin Is.
Cotton and Lines Shirts of all kinds.
Cr avats and Scaefs magnificent assortment.
HaNBKEUCHTCFS cind Srjsi'ETCDEE,
AIM
A very riperb assortment of
BOY'S cy CHILDREN 8 CLOTHING.
To Steamboat Captaius, Pilots, Etc
fry Your particular attention is invited lo
oar very larje assortment of
Overcoats of Every Description.
F.TR BEAVERS, HIMALAYA CLOTHSv
HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS. DEVON
SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR
BLANKETS, MOTTLED
BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC .
In all of which goods we have some
EXTRA LONG COATS,
manufactured expressly for .-our us,.
fX3f" Yoa hid better call and p uchase onei
ton want something comfortable.
ALFRED MUNROE & 00
34 Magazine st., corner
Dec. 15. 1 852.-1 y
of Gra risr.
T, WILSON,
Steamboat Agent, COMMISSION and FOR
WARDING MERCHANTS, No. 17 Caron
delet -street, New Orleans,
fjr- Particular attention paid to filling orders
B KFEH.ENCE3.
Payne & Harrison, Hill, M'Ionn & Co.
l'ejlowe8& Co. Robeson & Allen, P.
A. Owen & Co. Ward & Jonas.
Thos. Water. J. rB, Camden, Cbas. Water
WATERS, GAHBII LCD.
COTTON FACTORS AND
(EDmmismcm itterrtjcmte,
NO. 102 POYDRAS STREET,
IStte Organs.
JOSEPH II. PALMP.R.
JAMES II. MASSEV.
Josepli II. Palmer & do.
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
I NT
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
47 Camp Street, above Grazier,
Dec. 15,1352. New-Orlean
t the Old Cheap Store. Mattings.
YT have ju ft received an invoice of Mattings,
' which we offer for sale cheapeiMhan ever
hey were sold in this market. Although thi9
article is very scarce in Vicksburjr, ourpri.:cs
Will be found very moderate. Onr stck con
sists ol 2,000 yards 6-4 White ;
2,000 5-4
2,000 " 4-4
2,000 " 4-4 Checkpd
MICHON & SARRAT.
Vicksburg, Feb 9. 1953.
Shropshire and Massey
DRY-GOODS AND PRODUCE
M ER CHANTS.
Yazoo City, Mississippi,
Tune 22, 19.
ADVANCES.
flHEunderr'ned will make liberal advances
JL cn Cotton shipped to Messrs. Post & Mel,
New Orleans, SHROPSHIRE & MAS EY
Juue 22, 1353.
31 H. WOLFE,
.Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Yazoo Citv, Mississippi.
Will make liberal advances on consignments
hio address.
Yazoo city, Jan. 19, 1853.
For Sale.
rip HE Dwelling Houee now occupied by M
a Langan, on the corner of Broadway and
Monroe streets. For terms apply to
Yazoo fity, Aug. l0,53.-tf. M. BERRY
rriHSKK 50 barrels Dexter's celebrated
VV whiskey for sale by
Jun 22, 185? , SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY
LEGAL ITICES:
Tlic State ot Mississippi, ?
Yazoo County, )
niOBATE COURT NOVEMBER TERM,
1P53.
To alt persons interested in the lands,
tenements and hereditavw.nts of Colli
rine M. Clark, deceased.
rOU are hereby cited to be and appear nt a
M. Probate court to 1 e holden at the court
house a 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 grunted by said court for the talc of the
following described land, belonging to said de
cedent's estate to-wlt: South-half of the east
half of the south-east quarter, the north-half
of the east-half of the onth-eaat quarter, and
the WOtt-half of the south-east quarter, Section
11, Township 10 of Range 2 We, contain
nur one hundred and sixty acres more or less,
situated, lying and being in Yazjo county,
State of Mississippi.
And funher 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 the publication of this citation be made in
the Yazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, pub
lished in Yazoo city, for the space of sixty days
Witness, The Hon. Ceo. B. Wilkinson,
Judge of the Pribate Court of Yazoo county,
the fourth Monday in November, A. D. l!f53.
and seal of siid court.
Issued, the 3rd dnv of December. 1859.
Dec. 7, lsGd-5-10t. WM, II. BELL, Clk.
Tlic State of Mississippi,
Yazoo County.
PROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TERM,
1-03.
To all persons interested in the lands, tene
ments hereditaments of Thompson Brie
fer deceased.
KOU are hereby cited to be and appear
nt a Probate Court of said county and State,
to be holden at the Court house in Yazoo city
on 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 cast-half of north
cast quarter and the south-east quarter and
south-.. Cist quarter of north-east quarter of
Section 29, and the west-half of west-half cf
north-west quarter, and west-half of wes'-half
of Boath-weat quarter of Section 20, and the
east-half of south-west quarter and wes'-hulf
of north-east quarter of Section 20, ail in
township 11. of Rnge2Et, containing five
hundred and fifteen acres more or less, i itua
ted, Ivinar ad being in ?aid county and State,
And further to do and sulT.-r such things as
shall be considered and oidered by our said
Court a the premises, and it is further ordered
ihat publication of this citation be made k. the
Yazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, publish
ed In Yazoo city, for the space of sixty days.
Witness, Hon. Geo. B Wilkinson, Judge
of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th
Monday in November A. D. ,l&r:i, and seal of
said court. Issued the 3rd dav of December
A. D. 1833. WM. H. BELL, Clerk.
December 7, lSo3-5-10t.
Notice,
HE undersigned 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 close out (he slock on hand (winch
is very lare at present,) the Assignees are de
termined to offer all possible inducements to
purchasers. They solicit the continuation of
former patronage, and would add, tiiat the sales
will be made on the usual time.
Mr. JOHN T. HETH will continue to give
hia attention to the business of the house as
heretofore, and is authorised to settle all ac
counts ot the same.
J. W. BARNETT, ) ,
11. C. TYLER. 5 'i'ic
November 23, 1 853-3-tf.
mens.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,?
YAZOO COUNTY.
Probate Court December Term, 1653.
To all persons interested in the Estate of
Thomas JJovard, late of said county
deceased.
UPON reading and filing the petition of
William J.Quine end Mary Jane his nife,
heirs and distributees of Thomas Bovard dee'd.
for leave to file said petition, as a bill of re
view, for the purpose of reopening, review
ing, falsifying; and surcharging the annual
and final accounts of Young C, Bovard, as ex
ecutor of Thomas Bovard, deceased, it is
thereupon ordered bvHho Court that citation
Leue to Youngr C. Bovard, Margaret Ann John
son and to William H. Bell, as Guardian ad.
litem for Willi! m F. Bovurd, James A. B. Bo
vard. John K. Bovard, and Lydia Eliza Bovard,
minors, andthat publication of said citation
as to the non-resHentsnnd distributees be made
in the Yazoo Democrat for the ppace of four
weeks, to be and appear at the next February
Term, 1854, of this Court, then and there to
show cause if any they can, why said accounts
should not he reopened for review, agreeably
to the prayer of said petitioners.
Witness, the Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson,
Judsre of the Probate Court of said County the
1th Monday of December, 1853, and seal of
aid Coutt. Issued, January 2nd, 1854.
WM. II, BELL, Clerk.
January 4, 1 654, -9-5 1
Administrator's Notice.
WHEREAS Letters of Administration on the
estate of John Cleary deceased were gran
ted tbe undersigned at the last November Term
of the Probate Court ot Yazoo county, State of
Mississioti now all persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent are hereby
requested to exhibit the same within tho time
limited by law, or the same will be barred.
S. V. srJSWAKT,( Admt.rs
N. W. HUBSON, S
January 4, 1854-7t.
Administrator's Notice.
LETTERS of Administration i pon the es
tate of Temperance Hampton deceased,
having been granted to the undersigned at the
November Term, 1853 of the Probate Court of
Yazoo county, State of Mississippi Notice is
hereby given to all persons having claims
against said estate to present.them duly proba
ted within the time limited by law or they will
be barred. C. HOLLINGS WORTH,
January 4, 1854-9-7t. Admiai-trator.
Administrator's Notice.
flHE undersigned having been appointed
JL Administrator of the estate of Thomas
Murry, deceased All persons having claims
nsi said estate, will present them within the
time prescribed by law, aad those indebted to
the estate will make payment.
MICHAEL MALONE,
January 4. 1854-7t. Adm'r.
Dry-Goods at Reduced Prices.
LARGE assortment will be soid low for cash
or to prompt customers on the usual time
june 22, '53. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY.
Valuable Plantation for Sale
HMlE Subscriber otters for sale two valuable
Plantations, lying in the Yuzoo 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 nil
1,800 acres. Both places are well watered, and
have in addition good cisterns.
EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES,
Cleared and in cultivation, all in one body,
with fina wood-land pastures inclosed, and
stock Range, and an abundant supply of rail
and cypress timber.
A fine Gin-house, Newel Press and Mill on
each place. A good Dwelling-house, Ovcr-seer's-house,
Stable?, Sheds, and twenty ne
gro cabins. The soil and location cannot be
excelled in the Yazoo Valley.
I will sell the above described property on
liberal terms, with or without negroes, stock,
provisions, farming utensils, carpenters' and
blacksmiths' tools, as may be desired by the
purchaser. For further information inquire of
t.r. Hainer. at Yazoo C ity, or the subscriber
on the premises. JAMES P. O'REILLY.
December 7, lS33-5-tf.
rp!TE undersigned having at the November
-L Term of the Probate Court of Yazoo coun
y, qualified as Executor of the last will a d
testament of ... B. Qrav deceased, hereby
notifies all persons indebted to the deceased, to
make immediate payment, and those having
cla ims ngainst deceased, to present them duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by
law, or they will be barred by the Statute of
limitation.
As Executor of A. E. Graves, the under
signed is charged with the settlement of the
buaineefl of the late firm of Winn & Graves.
Ail persons indebted lo said firm are hereby
notified to make immediate payment, and those
ha mg claims again t snid firm, are notified to
present 1hera duly authenticated within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be pled
in barr of payment. W. J. LEAKE,
Executor of A. R. Graves, deceased.
Ynzoo City, Dec. 7, 1 853-5-v3in.
Attininistratix Soiice.
ITIIE undersigned having qualified at the
November term 1853, of th Probate Court
of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, as
a dm inistratix of the estate of Peter Corbit de
ceased, hereby notifies all persons having
claims against said decedent, to present the
same within the time prescribed by iaw or thev
will he barred. CATHERINE CORBIT,"
Dec. 7, 1853-5-71 Adm'x,
YA ZOO CITY
Carriage Manufactory.
POWELL & HILLIARD,.
Mean Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi,
HAVING taken in addition to our former
extensive Manufactory, the establishment
lately occupied by Mr. C. H. Priuiin, opposite
our old stand, would respectfully inform the
public that we have made extensive additions
to onr stock of Carriages, both of our own and
Northern and Eastern Manufactories. Com
prising Coaches, Coaciiees, falling top Barou
hes and Chariottees, Rockaways, elide seat
BdgVief of superior style, with extension top
combining the convenience of Barouche or
Rockaway. Abo roll up side top Buggies,
Gigs, Pheatons. and open Buggies of eiiegant
pattern for single or double harness. Also
Buggy and Coach .Harness, Whips of all pat
terns, riding Bridles, Martingals. Bridle bite,
stirrup irons, Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys i i
ding Siddles of all patterns, of our own man
ufacture. Saddle-bajrs and Spurs aLo Fly
Nett; of nil colors. Webbing for saddln-gi rt,
hand-holders and furnishing goods of all kinde
for saddle antl harness manufacture.
Also, Oil Carpet, Brussels do., and carpet
fringe, Enamelled cloths of all colors, paten'
Dash and Collar Leather, Hog .skins and saddle
skirting. Enamelled top leather also Enam
clled leather for linings, comprising all tin
colors used. Blue and drab broad cloths, dim
ask of all patterns and colors, silk for festoons
fringes for do., eilk and worsted Tufts, holdei
tassels, broad and narrow Laces, tufting but
tons of all colors, tufting and band nails.
Tacr.s of all Bizes, brass and silver knobs, jnp
panned brass and silver glass frames. Coach
handles and locks, bolts of all sizes, screws do.,
Spri gs. Axels, top props and capped Nuts
castings of all kinds. Also a good assortmcn1
of Blacksmith's tocls, Coach varnish, Paints
Lends &.C. Also Burgy and Wagon hubs
turned spokes and bent shafts and rims, Buggy
poles end bows, and coach poles.
We also manufacture wagons for four or two
horses, Pefllar wagons. Drays, Ox Wagons
and Carts. Dray and wagon Harness, and ars,
keep constantly on hand Trace Chains, Collars,
Bridles, whips nnd all heavy articles used for
such purpose . All of which we offer for sale on
reasonable term3 for cash or opproved credit.
Persons wishing any thing in our line, will
rind to their interest to call and examine our
stock before purchashing elsewhere.
REPAIRING of all "kinds connected with
our business, done with neatness and dispatch,
and all orders for new work thankfully receiv
ed and satisfaction given.
April 20th, 1853.
BBOWN & AVERY,
Next door above the Bank building
Main Street Yaioo city
KEEP constantly on hand an extensive as
sortment of all kinds of tin-ware. They
are man fact-tri tiga i e article of shower
baths and t athing-tubs. They keep al ways a
larsresupply of cookins1 nnd parlor stoves, ail
ef which they will offer as chead or cheaper
than they can be pnr.maeed in tnis region.
They are prepared to do all kinds of guttering
and every description of job-work with neat
ness and dispatch. Persons wishing any
thing in their line would do well to give
them a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Thankful for the patronage which ?has here
tofore been so liberally bestowed, they hope
to deserve and to receive a continuance of the
same.
Yazoo ci'y, August 20th 1851 ly
Great American Remedy.
Bosbyshell's Stimulating Panacea!
RECOMMENDED by the Faculty; and pre
scribed by Physicians ! No family 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.
Tho above remedy is for sale at the Drug
Store of MANN & ANDREWS,
Yazoo City, Miss.
Where abundant testimony of its virtue
from high sources, can be seen.
April 27, 1853.
Vicksbiirg and New Orleans Packet
ECLIPSE, E. L. Sturgeon. Master.
THIS magnificent steamer will
run as a legular packet between
the above named ports, commen
cing on the 21st September next, leaving
Vicksburg every Wednesday evening at 5
o'clock returning, leaves New Orleans Satur
day at 10 o'clock A. M..
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
PORTERFIELD & CO.
Vicksburg, May 18th, 1863.
KITCHEN. BAILEY & C3.
GENERAL GROCERS
14 CAN AIi STREET,
On tho Levee, between Ouitom-Houiv and the JUVer,
Planters' Supplies, Family &Boat Stores
Of the best quality, dfon the most liberal terms.
o o
(CIRCULAR.)
Ntw-OKLEASi, November 5, 1852.
Sir Handing you above our BusilteM Card,
w.; beg to call your attention to our Hou.io, and
Folicitan examination of our Stock and Prices,
assuring f nu that both will be found as satis
factorjr M those of ai y other Grocers in the
City. Our supplies are bought for Cash, anil
selected with the greatest caro, wilh a view of
giving satisfaction to our customers. We in
vite acall and a full examination of our stock
nnd prices. Terms liberal, either for cash or
good pnper.
Relow we give a Hat of some of the articles
we shall nt nil times keep on hand. Planters
sending their orders direct to us will be fur
niohed with articles, not in our line, at the low
est city prices.
xaur, Reppectfullr,
KITCHEN, PATTISON & RAILEY.
Svoah BroA'n, Clarified Magnolia, Havana,
Powdered, Crushed, Loaf, Nos. 1, 2, 3,
Northern & New-Orleans.
Coffee Rio, Havana, St. Domingo, I.yguay
ra. Java in pockets 30 lbs. Mocha do.
Molasses Common, R;boiIed, Susjar-IIouse.
Sykup Golden Sugar-IIojHo.
Tea Rind, Green and Mixed of great va
riety of brands and out lilies.
Feouk Ohio and St. Louis brands in barrels
and half barre's.
Buckwheat In half-bai ids, kegs, boxes and
hngs.
Rice Fiesh Carolina.
Ckackers Soda, (Navy, Water, Ratter and
Fancy.
PitJTTEr. Goshen and Western.
Bacon Sides; Shoulders, Jowls and Hams.
Hams Best Suuar-Cured and Canvassed, Nor-
then and Wester.
La ED Tn barrels and ker.
Pokk Clear, Mess, Mess Ordinary and Prime.
Reef Clear, Mess, Btett Ordinary, Pi iine and
Fancy Northern, fn half barrels.
Beef Dried, and Venison.
Tongves Beef and Buffilo.
Mackeecl In barrels, half-barrels and kits,
Nos. 1, 3.
Sn ad In barrels, half-barrels and kits,
1 . 2, 3.
Salmon In half-barrels ami kits.
Roe IIereing In half-barrels ond kit.
Herring Smoked, in boxes.
Codkish In boxes and drums.
Nos.
OySTRES-
Saemon
Sai.mnes
Lobster
Meats
-Tn can and kegs.
In cans, hermetically sealed.
Cheese Englic-h, Northern nnd Western Pine
Apples, Swiss an! Fancy.
MaCCAK!)NI- t.
,r Italian.
Cocoa In papers and baaBM.
Chocoeat'e French and Common.
Catsup Tomato, Walnut, Mushroom, Wor
cestershire. Sauses Pepper, Harvey, Soho and John Bull.
Oeive Oil French, Spanish and Italian.
Pickles Plain and assorted in gallon, half
gallon and quart jars.
Mustard French, Northern and Kentucky.
Pie FxuiT J , , ,
Assorted.
Preserves-
Prunes- French.
Aifi.es and PXACSKXS Driud.
Currants Zante.
Olives Italian.
Raisins In whole, quarter and eighth boxes.
Fruit Figs, Graqcs, Cocoanuts, Almonds,
Filberts, Walnuts, Pecan, Cream Nuts,
&c. Lemons and Oranges.
Jelly G uava, Damson, Plum, Currant, and
Cranberry.
Brandy Fruits French Cordials, Anisette,
Purfiil Amour, Curacao, Absynth.&c.
BtTTERs-BokerV, Berlin; Wine and Goulay.
Pepj'ermint Essence of
SYRUrs-Lemon and Assorted.
Candies-Assorted, in boxes and cartoons.
SncEs Allspice, Pepper, Cloyes, Mace, Cinna
mon, Nutmegs, nnd Ginger.
Candles-TbIIow, Star, Adamantine, Wax and
Sperm, Plain and Fancy, in boxes and
cartoons.
Soap-Castile, Rosin, Shaving and Fancy.
Saleratus Pear-Ash and Soda, Yeast Pow
ders, and Starch.
IxciGO-Madder, Alum, Borex, Brimstone and
Sulphur.
Spanish WniTiNG-Ycnetian E.ed and Spanish
Brown.
BnoOMS-Quakor nnd Western.
WmsxEY-Ohio, Bourbon, Monongahela, Rye,
Tuscaloosa and directly imported Scotch
and Irish.
Bran d y O f a great variety of brands ond pack
ages and of personal selection, from
common to the finest imported.
WiNES-Madeira, Sherry, Port Burgundy,
Claret, Champagne, Muscat, Tenerirfe,
Malaga, Hock, Barzac, &c, all of a va
riety of brands, and of personal selec
tion, some very choice.
Brandy Peach and Apple.
GiN-Holland and American.
Rusi-St. Croix, Jamaica and New England.
Alcohol and Rose Whiskey.
Porter and ALE-Loudon, Edinburgh, Falkirk
India, Glasgow and Philadelphia, in
pints and quarts.
Champagne C ider.
Vinegar Wine and Cider.
Bottles Wine and Porter, in hampers.
FLASKS-Pints and quarts in boxes.
Demijohns-!, i, 3 and 5 gallons.
Stone Jugs Assorted.
ToBACCO-Manufactured and Smoking, of vari
ous brands, sorts, qualities, prices and
packages.
PiPES-Tobacco.
CiGAUS-Havana, Domestic & Plantation in ev
ery variety, Cigarillas fc Shuck Cigars.
MATCHES-Lucifer.
GuNPOWDER-Common and very fine Rifle,
SHOT-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 Buckets Quart and half-gallon
for plantation use.
LiME-Cement, Plaster, Tar, Rosin, & Turp'ne.
LEAD-White, ir. kegs. Spirits of Turpentine.
Saltpetre.
OiL-Castor, Tanners, Whale,
seed and Lard.
Sperm, Ljn
Rope and
BAGGiNG-Kentucky and India.
Twine. Gunny Bags.
HiDES-Mexican and Flint.
Sacks Wheat, without Seam.
SEED-Fancy Cotton.
SALT-Liverpool coarse and fine
Rock, in
barrels. JLable.
PAPER-Wrapping.
Beogans and RussETTs-Negro, single and
double backs and riveted regular and
extra sizes.
Negro-Wool Hats, Blanl ets, Osnabugs, Jeajjs
and Linaeys.
iNK-Marking, in demijohns, to suit planters.
Piub BjucK-Englhsh and Biloxi.
Quinine Epsom and Glauber Salts, in 10 lb.
pnekages.
SNUFF-Scnich, in bladders and boxen of one
dozen bottles. Ittaccouba and Rappee.
December 15, 1852.
(gr H. KICHEN, htc Kichen &. Davis
Grocers, New Orleans. Wm. H. PATTISON,
Jate Lowe, Patiisonfo Co., NcW Orleans.
CIIAS JL RAILEY, late of Natchez, Mian
CHARLES COX.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Worker.
STOVES! STOVES!
rpiIE Hubscriber is now in receipt f a large
J- and very superior lot of Stoves of the most
Improved patterns, selected by himself from tl,c
celebrated manufactory of D. fc. J. Wright &
Co., Louisville. Amonir which are
PREMIUM COOKING STOVES
of the most improved patterns, and all sizes,
with furniture complete.
Union No. 1 to 4 Premium No. 1 lo 5.
Steamboat ond Parlor Franklins.
Star Franklins lor wood or coal.
Wood Rangers, open and fluted Coureous
&c, together wiih Castings, Tea Kettles, Sauce
Pans. Gridirons, Furnaces, Grates, Brass Ket
tles, Dog Irons, Sad Irons, &c.
WOODDEN-WARE, HARD-WARE &C.
Tubs, painted Buckets, Churns, Coffee Mills,
Dippeas, Well Buckets, Ice Freezers, Rolling
Pins, ood Saws, Broome, a superior lot of
Zinc Premium Washboards, Sieves, Fawcete,
Spades, Shovels, Chest and Trunk Locks.
Bird Cages. Mocking, Cannry Birds &c.
Cistern Pumps. Douglass Patent, a superi
or article ; Beer Pumps, improved pattern.
Tin Ware. A very full assortment of blfl
own inanifacture, embracing every article in
the line, together with Tin Plate, Block Tin,
Block and Sheet Zinc. Pig and Sheet Leid,
Spoiler Solder, Rivets, Copper Wire, Lead and
Copper Pipe.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Tron Work made to or
der ; buildings roofed with Copper, Zinc or Tin;
Tin Gutters ond Spouts made, &c.
Also, on hand, a lot of Fire Brick and Fire
Cluy.
Repairs of nil kiads, in ihe above line, done
on the shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
Orders solicited and strictly attended to.
CHARLES COX,
Next door to W. P. Swiney, Crawford Street.
Dec. 15. 18 r,2. "Vicksburg, Miss.
b:. a. TYi'Eit,
31C A M P S T B EET K E W Oil LEA N S
AGENT.
Has constantly on hasd a good assort
ment of FINE WATC.IES ofevery de
scription in gold mil filter cases;
Mantel clocks; and lusic box
es, Gold Guard, Fob, Vest
chain and Ciiatalains,
Watch Seals Keys, and Charms, Diamond.
Ruby, Lineraid, Opa! and Garnet Rit'gs
Pius, Ear Singh, Bracelets, etc.,
Cuff Pins, Belt ..Buckles. Gold
Pens and Pencils, together
with a great variety of
other Jewclrv, Fancy Goods". Plated War e
etc., etc., etc., Silver Tea Setts, Pitch
ers, Goblet, Sp )ons, Cups, Forks,
Ladles, Aapkin Rings, .Salt Cel
lers, etc., Fine Scissors,
Pen and Pocket Knives,
fjr This Stock of Goods being all on com
uiission will be sold at very small profits for
cash, or good city paper.
07" E. A. T. can always manufacture, at
short notice, almost any art! c Is 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 bo seen at the store.
Oj- Watches, Clocks, Time-pieces nnd Music-boxes
of every description, carefully re
pair (a ana warrrantea.
Jewelry Repaired. Old Gold and Silver
taken in Exchange.
Aew Orleans, October 15, 1852.
For Sale.
7TLL be sold on the first Monday in No-
vember next, the house and lot in which
I now reside, unless previously disposed of a?
private sale.
Terras, cash, and the balance at one nnd
two years in equal payments. N. ROVSTER
Aur. 84th, lB53.-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, WHALEY& CO.
Vicksburg, July 9, 185.
C WRIGHT, THOS. WHAEEY, J. C CHAPPEI.L.
WEIGHT, HALEY k CO.
DEALERSIN
Jeans, Linseys, Lowells, Russetts, Boots,
Shoes, 4"c-- &c
Washington Street. Vicksburg, Miss.
NEW -ORLEANS
Carriage
Ware - House.
H, DENMAN & CO.
81 & S3, Common Street, opposite
Verandah Hotel.
THEoldest and largest establishments in this
city. Our stock consists of some 200 Car
riages, comprising Caleches, Coaches, Rocka
waya, Barrouc lies and Buggies, with and with
out Tops. And almost every variety used in
the United States, manufactured in No
and tor sale cheaper than at any other establish
ment, minis city, ror casn or city acceptance.
Purchasers will Dleasft cull nnn ,: "
M ..v. uur
stock and judge for themselves.
l, jnAKSri, UEJVMAN & CO,
December 15, 1852.
Notice.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing in
this city, under the firm of Thornhitl A
Mclnenny having expired by limitation 3l2
ult., the same has been dissolve 1. The under
signed informs his friends, that he will cor
tiaue a Cotton Factorage and General Con
mission Business at No. 29, Carondelet Street
under the style of THORNHILL & CO.
M JNO. THORNHILL.
New Orleans, June 15, 1853 -6m.
25
SACKS best Rio Coffee for aalanT
june 22. SHROPSHIRE & MASSEY
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsWJr
Jewelry & Music Store,
H- fr TYLER
MAIN ST
THE COMM
AIEXT DOOR Tff
EC1AL UU.
HAS on hand a good ffA i ocnt of n)
kinds of Jewelry r.ud Fane roods, nnd
willconstantly be supplied with i most fnhh-
onuio siyies ana patterns from I ic Worth.
WATCHES if JEWELRY RE
PAIRED 4- WARRANTED.
Piano Fortes.
H. C. T., Sl Co., are agent for the sale of tie
"Hort pattcnt Ion Pianos which are the bcr
pianos now manufactured for the Southern Cli
mate. Also for Adam Stoddart 'a pianos. In
struction books of all kinds. A good assort
ment of sheet music. Violins and AccOrdc
ons. Strings for Guitar and Violin.
Yezoo City, Dee. 11-1852-tf.
JV USKKTTO Bars for sale by
LTJ june 22, 1853. & M.
I LK and Ghjham Umbrellas for te by
june a.
6 DOZEN Kid Gloves for eale bv
june 22.
June 22. j. & M.
S. & M.
DAVIS' HAMS Jnst received a lot of Da
vis' Extra Hams, for sale by
Feb. 16, '53. WILSONS & HYATT.
IVTOW that our ftock of Spring Goods is
complete, we may safely incite our friends
and the public in general to pay us a visit and
examine for themselves.
A a to the cheapness and quality of our rood,
we do not Itecttate to say ihnt no one can com-
peto with up wholesale or retail for lha follow
iug articles :
Rarege, Plain Colored and figured,
Rich Robes,
44 hrM nnd secor.d mourning,
French Lawns, Jaconets and Orp nnTlies,
American
Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered,
White and colored robes.
Plaid, checked and Striped Cffmbrics,
n " Swiss Muslins,
Plaid Muslins for cuitains nnd bars,
44 " embroidered and Jacrjucrd,
Curtains white and colored,
Calicoes, Turkey Red and Ruff,
Ginghams, smnll and laiyc checks,
PRINTS. American, Fiem U nnd English,
from the m-i t ren wned manufactures,
Nettings--Linen and coiton for bars,
White Bobiuet for Burs,
White Marseille Quill. 1 0-1 1 1-4 12-4 13-4
IdIi Linens lor Shining, pure flax.
French "12-4," for sbeclinjr, pure fl.ix.
Table Linens, Dami.sked, White andRr'wn,
Table Cloths, p'nin, in setts.
Linen Diapers, Rjrd's eye, Russia,
Cotton Diupers,
Erown hm-n damask bv the yard,
Shtmmer SMs Checked, Plaid and Tlain,
Rlack and changeable colors.
Crape Hlack, Pink. $Fhteand IIufT,
French Embroider';-.-,- just from Paris, such
as Mantillas, Capes, Jose's, holies vests, chem
isettes, undcihh'uves, capes and Handkcrchi
Laces Rlack and while, Silk, Thread, Val
encinnes. ond cotton.
RLACK SILK LACE VEILS,
Ribbons,
Gloves Fiiet, Kid, Silk, Thread am
ton, for missofc, ladies ond rents.
tinnikerckiefwWiuio t,n bordered
cambiic, Silk, Corah, Ponpeo, A c.
Cot
line n
Cravats BlrtckSiik, and Ratiste. Sttspcn
ders of all qualities. White cotton Fringes.
Madras Handkerchief. Cotton Foulards.
Hosiery Ladies white, Rlack nnd colored
cotton, lisle, thread and sUk, nlain, embioi
dered and open worked, French grey Cotton
Hose. Children's cotton hose, of all colors and
size.-.
Men's co ton, white, brown, mixed half hose,
f " Drawers ami undershirts
Silk
' Linen bosom Shirts at all prices.
" Fancy colored
Ladies Gaiters, black silk and lasting,
M colored"
' " Shoes, kid and mcrocco. black andcol'd,
Rootees, " I
Slippers "
Men's Slippers, tapestry and morocco,
Shoes, potent leather, lasting, &.c
Kossouth Roots.
Misses Gaiters of all descriptions,
Roy's Shocf of all s r. s,
Children's shoes of all colors.
PerfumeryThe largest, bet and cheapest
assortment in the city of Vfcksburfr.
ALSO At all time.s on hnnd a good lot of
Clothing, plantation goods, linen and cotton
check, plaids, striped, cottonades, linen drill
ings, white, brown and colored.
Rleached and unbleached domcsth s.
White and brown cotton drills, 4-4, Fi-i,).
it'4, 1-4, brown and white sheetings ;
Hats, cs pa, &c, die.
Mattings white and checked 4-4,. 5 4 6-4
MICHON Sl SARRAT.
Vicksburg, March 16, 1853.
Copartnership Notice.
jVfl-R. WILLIAM M PINCKARD, formerly
LWM of Vicksburg, Miss., became a member
of the Firm f f Georgk M. Pinckbt a. r
tn the 4th April last. The COTTON FACTOR-
(aioi aim wm.vuaaiu ttUSfNiiNS will be
tondocted as heretofore, under the same Style
thid Firm, at No. 110 Camp Street, New
Orleans. GEO. M. PINCKARD,
. hENRY A. CAIRNES,
I WM. M. PINCKARD.
tfr Misers. E. D. Downs & Co will act as
o agents at Vickslmrg, Miss., and are prepai-
dUo make Cash Advances, t nd furnieh sup
plies to Planters Shipping Ct.tton to our Houc-
OliU. XVI. riWUK AH D OX UO.
w Orleans, Ji
W 1853-Om.
Jwat Received from Pari
AHrge assortment of Embroideries, consis
ting bf Chemisettes, Paletots, Undersleeves, Col
lars,taps and Handkerchiefs.
MICHON At SARRAT.
Vicksburg, Feb. 9, 1953.
V
D. Tamborine
DEALER IN
ines, L.iquors, ucaiais, c
v m
II AND
FAMILY ORQfjpJ.
Main St. Yazoo City, Miss.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Foreign and Domestic Liqoors,
i Freneh',jWlnes,
I Cordials,
Fruits;in JuTco,
V Sardines, ;
y '"' v tr"' Cfehftctlonary
Segara
T,
London Porter, ScotchAte, ond every
iety of Family Gtocerics.
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