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Counterfeit Bank Note Detection.
R E. M. YLOMANS lender hi e v r ces to the buMiu fr men at Y:tzoo Citv and vicinity idgmfc himself 10 teach any one in the couisj of an hour or so, who may la vor him wih a call, o detect counterfeit pa per money in all tanks whether they hav. ever teen a genuine note upn uch l ank or not. Trice five dollars per scholar. Room ai Wtnns Hotel. Keeirsxces. Mr E. P. Yfomnns ha m - pan en 10 u ins sjie in ot on 'rating cou impi teii bill, and wp are satisfied thxt the rul laid down afford a certain tne.it a of detect fne in any instance, and applicable to ai Hank?. RICHARD CUFD, Chier. C; H. COUR PS, Hbrk, Bank of Kentucky. I agree with the above statement, and rpc ommend the system to all handling I'anl bill?. J. GREEN, Exchange Hank, Jackson, Mii. City RrFEaENcJ. We have had xn hoiu sitting with Mr. E. H. Yeomons and most cheerful'y ackno w Ldsre that his system o' instruction shed new light in the detection of counterfeit Bank notes. We therefore take pleasure in Public. reccomtneding hirn to the J. J. Mich ie I. W. Randolph Alex. Smith E. B. R indie N. B If not ra'isfied with the correctness and utility of the system after taking lewsunn no charge w ill be m&de. L. B. Y April 12, 1854. IfllCHON & SARRAT'S OLD C HE AP STORE, IS again fiilled with a lull choicoof SPRING aud SUMMER GOODS. Ladies of Vicks burg and from the country wiij find the articles offered to be cheap, new and good. We have no doubt we will prove to all that we still kerp up our name of the cheapest store in town. We wil 1 show a large assortment of SILKS Striped, Checked, Plaid. Changea ble Taffetas all colors , Plain and fig'd black Tiffetas; Florence Silks. BAYADERES India Silk Muslin; Plaid, checked and plain ; Rich satin striped printed Ba rages ; solid colors, in all shades. Be rages ; French printed Swiss; Printed Brilhuntes ; French printed Jaconets ; French Ginghams; cheeked Swiss; checked Cambricks; corded Dimity; Percale Trappee. RICH RIBBONS Black silk filet Mitts and Gloves; French colored iilk Gloves; black 6ilk lace Veils ; black and white Rohinet, Bon net Crape all colors; Paraiols, Fans, Half Umbrellas. EMBROIDERIES Fine French worked Handkerchiefs; fine French worked Cliemi zeites; French worked Sleeves; worked Skirts worked Caps; Bands. LADIES' SHOES and GAITERS Hosiery of every description. GENTS' SUMMER CRAVATS. Colored bordered linen Handkerchiefs; Silk f ulard Handkerchiefs ; white linen bosom Shirts ; colored" linen bosom Shirts ; Spun silk Undershirts; spun sill Drawers; fine Shoes. Slippers. IRISH LINENS Irish Linen Shirting and Sheeting-; Table Linen Damasks ; Jucquanl Breche Muslin, for curtuins; French Printed Calico, for Curtains; Linen and C tton bel ting, for bars ; French oil Curtaius ; Muslin Curtains Nankeens and Towels. Planters and country merchants will find a sssortmpnt of Lowells, Striped Checks, Denim-!. Brown and White Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Boots rm Shoe?. To all we recom mend of MATTING and CHEAP CARPE TING. Joint house in New-Orleaes, Magazine Street. April 12, 1854-23-ti Commissioner's Sale. . D. MANDEVILLEet. al. Vs. Decree. B. A. LUDLOW, et. al. BY dil Virtue of the above stated Decree to me irected from the Honorable Superior Court of Chancery of the State of Mississippi, I will 1. .1-11 1 f ' sen to ne nienest outiter on a credit ot six months, on MONDAY the 15TH day of M AY tcsj-i, ai me oouri no use. noor in nazoo ciiv, within the hours prescribed bv law, the follow ing property, viz: Thes uth half and wst half of north-west quart ?r of Section 7, Township 10, Range 3 west. West-half of south east quarter of Section 9, Township 11, Range 3 west, con demned to sale to satisfy said Decree and costs of sail. Bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser. M. A. JENKINS. Commissioner Yazoo City, April 12, 1834-23-3w. - r- .1 . . it j ? xr y-. . Guardian's Sale. BY Vi rlueof an order of the Hon. Probate Court Of Yazoo county, State of Miss, made at the March Term thereof, A. D. 154, the undersigned, as Guardian of Elisabeth Og den and Lucy Ogden, heirs of Theopilus Os den, lateofs iio county deceased, will on Mon day the 22r.d day of May next, Fell at public auction, to the highest bidder or bidders, on a credit of twelve months from the day of sale, at the door of the Court House of said county, between the hours prescribed by law, all of the following lands situated, lyingand being ill the county of Yazoo, State of Mississippi, and belonging to the estate of said heirs to-wit: The east-half of south-west quarter and north west quarter of south-weot quarter of Section 7, north-west quarter f north-west quarter of Suction 18, Township 9, Range 2 west. South east quarter, Section i2, Township 9, Range 3 west. South-west quarter of south-west quar ter, Section 7, Township 9, Range 2 west. i'aid lands were the late residence of paid The opilus Ogden deceased. iSaid lands will be sold piubject to the lien prescribe d by the Statute, and the purchaser of purchasers thereof, will be required to give bond or bonds for the sum or Mims so bid with approved security payable as nbove limited. WADE H. MILLS, April 12. 1854-23-5t Guardian &c, Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS Letter of Administration de bo nis non on the estate of Henry M. Pritch ett, deceased, were granted to the undersigned at the last January Term of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, State ot Mississippi: Now il persons having claims against the estate of e io decedent, are hereby required to exhibit 4ieaame within the time limited by law ROBT. J. S. PRITCHETT, Feb. 1, 18o4-13-7t Adm'r. de bonie non. Administrator's Notice. f!7 HERE AS Letters of Administration on the J estate of Sarah M. Pritchett, deceased, were granted to the undersigned at the last January Term, of the Probate Court of VTezoo iiounty, State of Mississippi : Now all persons fowling claims against the Estate of eaid deee ttont, are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by law, or the same will be barred. ROBT. J. S. PRITC1IFTT Feb. 1, 1854-13-7t. ALtr HAf-4 tierce extra sugar cured hams, dec 21. for sals by J. W. pBBS. The State ol Mississippi. YAZOO COUNTY. V rROBATE COURT, MARCH TERM, 1854. To all persons interested in Vie lands. tenements and hereditaments of Amazon A. Michie a minor. VTOU are herehy cited to be and nonear at -i. regular Term of our Court of Probates for the county and State aforesaid, on the fourth Monday in May 1S54 thereof, then and hero to shew cause if any you cau why en order should not be granted in accordance with the petition of John J. Michie, Guardian of Ama zon A. Michie, a-oiinor, for the sale of the fid- t . towing anus oelonging to said mmor, to-wit : South-west quarter Section 11, north-west quarter Section 14. south-east quarter Section 23, with two poles in width, on the entire east boundary of west-half south-east quarter Sec tion 14, and west-half north-ea3t quarter Sec tion 2:), all in Townshij 10, Range 1 East. It having been suggested to our said Court by the said John J. Michie as Guardian ns afore said, that it wil be for the interest of his said ward, to sell the same, and further to do and 6iilF?r what our said Court shall consider of in the premises. And it is further ordered by the Court, that publication f this citation be made in the Ya zoo Democrat for ihe space of six weekr. A'itness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge of-the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th Monday in March 1854, and seal of said court Issued the 30th day of March, A. D. 1854. WM. H. BELL, Clerk. April 5, IS54-22-7t. Administratrix Notice. Virtue of an order cf the Hon. oldte Court of Yazoo county, State of Mis sissippi,! i ill, as administratrix of Ijie estate i f Martha McLlwee, deceased, expose to public sale to the highest bidder between the hours pre scribed by law, in lrnt of the Court house door in suid county, on MONDAY the 81H day ol May, the following described property in Yazoo City, to-wit : Lots Nos. twenty-eight (28) tnl twenty-nine. (29) Terms of sale, a credit of 12 months. Bonds and approved security required from the purchasers. ELVY MrELWEE, April 5, 1854 22. Administratrix. Annual Settlement, k T the April Term 1854, ol the Hon. UL Probate Court of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, I will, as Administratrix of Wra. Regan deceased, present my account for set tlement. MARY F. REGAN, April 5, 1354-22-4t Adra'x. Annnal SettSement. A' T the May Term 1854, cf the Hon. Probate Court ot Yazoo count', State ot Mis-issippi, I will, as Guardian of Clurance Swai twniit, present inv account for settlement. April 5. 1S"1 22-4t B. Y AN DELL, Guard. Annual Settlement. A Tthe next April Term 18o4, of the Pro ". bnte Cfurt of Yazoo couuty, I will, as Guardian of 6. F. and V. E. Miller, make my annual settlement. J. M. MILLER, April 5, 18f 1-22-4 Guardian. UNBOLTED FLOUR A few half barrels for sale by (April 5) J. N. DABBS. .PIANOS. PIANOS, PIANOS. O 11. CHILD3 would respec- fia O fully iat'orm the musical pulili' fx jj f ff of ibiseity and county, that he wii! oo here himself early n April, for the purpose of Tu ning and Repairi ig1 Pianos. P. S. All orders left with H C. Tyler will be punctually attended to. 03- Firm of Werlein & CJiiMs. March 22, .&54-20-3t. Notice. F OR SALE, on reasonable terms. n lot nn Main Street, measuring between 26 and 80 feet front running baek about 2(K) feet. Terms Liberal. 2.1. B. WOLFE CO. March 29, 1-454. A. GAMBLE. C SKATES. MARBLE YARD, China Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi IN ADDI TION to our stock, we have receiv ed a large lot of Italian Marble, direct from Itily, in block and slab ; also, the finest quality of Ameri an. We have also a large, varied and splendid lit, finished olf, ready lor engrav ing. The finest qualiry of Monuments, Tombs, Head and Foot St -ines, of all -si.es, Marble Mantel Pieces, Caps and S'ills for building, Steps for doorways, and every thing in the Marble line, Engraving done in the neatest, manner, and at the shortest notice. We invite the people in need of such work to call and examine for themselves. All orders promptly attended to. A superior lot of Italian Marble Mantel on hand-and fur sale at prices ranfjnnr from s?50 to 30O. G A MULE & SKATES. March 29, 1854-ly IME and CEMENT 40 ba rrels Thomas- ton Lin e. 20 do Cement LE'VlS&Co March 22. '54-for sale by J. FLOWER SEED. JUST received in addition to our al- ready iarre variety of home grown Seed, i fine collection from Europe. Cnt;ilogues fur nished. Also a smali l-t " of Garden Tools, comprising a gooo variety, which cannot be found in oor City Hard-Wvre Stores. HATCH & CO., Vicksburg, Miss. March 15. 1854-19. St. Louts and Ohio Flour. iy X Barrels T Harrison Flou", i J 20 barrels XXX do 20 do United States Mill, 40 do Ohio Fiour, for t-a!e by March 22, 18.rA. J. c. LEWIS & CO. New Hams Etc. 3 CASKS celebrated Sugar cured, plain and canvassed Harns. 3 casks Shoulders 20 kegs leaf Laid. Just received and for sale by April 5, 1854. J. W. DABBS. A Little More Crape. 1 QUARTER Cask of that same old Vintage Cog Brandy, (gold) 1 Case Schedam Bitters Just received from New York, for sole by J. W. DABBS. February 22, 1854. DENTISTRY. H. LAURENCE 2g2 DENTIST kFFCE on Main Street, next door to Winn's J Hotel. A list of prices for anv ODeration on the teeth, can be consulted at tho office. Feb. 2, 1853. g iIGARS 10,000 Joee Frise's Segaris, Jost v.' received and fur sale by Feb. 22, 1854. J. W. DABBS. isi d y a e? a us s wholesale f I Dealer in 4 MOTS, SHOES, a HATS, CAPS, 70 Qravier and 59 Common sts., New Orleans. January 25, 1854, 12-.lv. The State of Mississippi, Yazoo County, PRO FATE COURT MRCH TERM..1854 To ail persons infercstedln the lands, ten- ement-s and hereditaments of Frank Near- man late of said county deceased. VOU are hereby cited to be and per A sonally appear at the next May Terra 1854 of this Court, then and tnere to shew cause if any you cau, why an order should not be granted for the sale of an undivided half interest in lot N. 2G3 in Yazoo City, Mississippi, belonging to the estate of Frank Nearman deceased. It having been suggested to our said Court by Catherine NearttttQ, Administratrix f Frank Nearman deceased, that it will be to the interest oi said estate, to sell the same and further to do arid suffer such things as shall be considered and or dered by our said court in the premises. And it is further ordered that publication of .his cita tion be made in the Yazoo Democrat for the space of six week?. Witness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge of paid Court, the 4th 3Mondy in March, 1854, and seal of said Court. Issued 31st duv of M rch, A. D. l?A. WM. II. BELL, Clerk. April 5, 1854-22-7t. Spring Goods. JUST received ahd opened, a large andsplen did assortment of Dry Good?, purchased on the most favorable terms, which enables U3 to ofiergre.it bargains; to cash or to punctual paying purchasers. Please call and examine our stock before purchajing elsewhere us we are determined to sell l'w. March 29. 18"4. WOOD & BROWN. Lo k befireyou leap, And buy where you can buy cheap;" Isano'er true maxim, and is truly proven to all who call upon To purchase Goods for, to all intents and pur poeee, he proves to a demonstration that the " Nimble Sixpence is better than the Slow Shilling 1 " FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Of the latest manufacture aud importation. READY-MADE CLOTHING And GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of all varieties. HA S, CAPS, B OTS, A D SHOES. Tbunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c, allot which he is prep.i red to sell at the low est mt nnf ict uring prices. And as Dr. Franklin of oUi, trapped the liffht , ninp and corked it up in bottles, so will I. Loni:-? Franklin, p cket your dimes, by the pale of the best and cheapest Goods ever brought into this market, So look to your interest, one and all, Before purchasing elsewhete t;ive rne a call. Yazoo City, March 2J. l;54-ly. MGUERREAN NOTlCf M R. THEO KIRCH OF tenders his thanks to the Tt-uJies and Gentlemen of Yuzoo Cita and vi -inity, for tln ir iiuernl patronage, and would .t.'.te for the information and bene fit ef those who desire to have good pictures ta ken of themselves, or friends, to call at his r inm3 on Main Street, nearly opposite J. Heard's Store without delay t we it is his inten tion to remain only a few days longer, March 2"J, 1834-20-tf. iMte Arrival. 1 f ZEN Burrow's Lexington Mustard, 2 G ro-s Mustan tr Liniment. 2 do. Lvon's Kathairon, r 2 2 2 4 do Barry's Tricopherous, do Bull's Sarsaparilla, do Radvvay's Ready Relief, do Mason's Chillenire Blacking. fo r 8 leby COOK & BRCMFIELD. March 22, 1S54, Wc arc in Receipt of IIIIDS. Fair Prime and Choice Sugar, 50 Barrels Golden Svrim. 10 50 do Rock Lime, At the Auction Store of March 22, 18"4. M B. WOLFE & CO. New Theory of Christianity. TI'E liave just received a consignment IT of Mr. Grayson's work, entitled an attempt-to exhibit the true ' Theo.-y of Christi anity" and which we offer lor sale. The work has received various treatment from the peri odical press pome praising' and some con demning it. It proposes a new Theory, n-ul is therefore metaphysical and argumentative. The reader can judge for himself. C. T. MANN & CO. Yazoo Civ, March 15, 1354-I9ti. NOTICE. 1 LL persons indebted 'o the estate of Win S. Grubbs deceased, are requested to eal and settle up immediately, as the undesigne is anxious to settle the debts of snid estate. GEO. W. GRUBBS, March 15, lS54-l9-lt Administrator. For Sale. 'TWO commodious d welling houses and X lots at the head of Main Street, one occupi jd by James Tharp Esq., and the other by Mr. Taylor. They wijl be foJd low to a punctual purchaser. J. J. MICHIE &, Co. March 15, 1854.-1 9-3t. SPECIAL NOTICE. 4 LL persons imkbted to the Probate J clerks Office for Fees, either as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, for Transcripts or for Recording Deeds, during the administra tion of James H. Bell as Clerk, are hereby notified, that unless they come forward and pay the same, either to the present Clerk or the undersigned, on or by the fourth Monday in April next. Executions will be ordered out on the same, irrespective of amounts or. parties, and without any discrimination. This notice is given that those interested mav save cost, and to tree the administrator of James H. Bell dee'd. from liability. F. BOSTICK, Adm'r. March 22, 1&54-20U of Jas. H. Bell dee'd. MONEY WANTED. ,,M7'E are greatly in want of money to meet our li abilities now pressing upon us, and most ask the favor of our friends to pay up an i help us oat. JAS. TftARP& GO. March 8, 1854-18-4t ' In Liquidation. COOPER'S WELL WATER VN 5 gallon Dcmijo im, can nlwavs be ound JL at the Drug Store of THOMPSON t CO. Yaxoo City, March 8, 1854 -6m. nn TREMENDOUS SUCCESS or Dr. McLean's Celebrated Vole ani o Oil LINIMENT! NE AGENT. Mr. Tike, has sold nine thousand seven hundred and twenty-four notties in one month! Over two thousand sv i . - ..... dinerem persons in this and adiointoa states who were Afflicted with rheumatism drying the last two months, have been cured by the use of McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. It is truly a celebrated remedy! and it has done more to alleviate human suffering than any medicine ev-r discovered. A few appli cations will relieve the most violent piin, and heal the most loathesome scar or ulcer. It will almost instantly remove inflammation. and heal the severe burn or scald, without a scar; for chapped hands, chilbains, or erup tions on the skin of any kind, and for bruises or sprains, it is a sovereign remedy the effect is wonderful, that thousands can testify. For Horses and other Animals, McLean Celebrated Liniment is far superior to uny rem edy for the cure ot lameness, bruises, cuts, old sores, sweeny, scratches, galls, swellings eprams, se. i-or nnsr bone, spavin, or anv kind of swelling in the joints, It is a rernarka ble cure: and no planter should ever bo with out it. bee other advertisements, what stage and omnibus proprietors say about it, then tri ne no longer with other compounds. McLean's Liniment Is the only reliable rem edy for external dir-ease on man or beast. Try it nnd you will be convinced of its virtue. Principle dopot, corner of Third and Pine sts., St. Louh. Mo., and for sale bv Cook or Drumfiefd Yazoo City and Druggists in general. V w March '42, lo4-ly. Horrid Demb. Pntsoned. An only child of Mrs. Alice I vndee living i n Main Street between sixth and seventh, died on Siturduv evening from ihe effect of uning the iVTcxican Mustang Lin intent. Cm. Nonpariel. April7lh. We say again beware of the vile poisonous stuff". U you want a sife and sure remedy to cure Rheumatism, bruises, sprains, pains, djrc, or to heal old ulcer. sr s on the les. or re cent curs, wound , &e.. gut McLean's Celebra ted Volcanic Oil Liniment. Over two thousand dilferent persons In the city of St. Louis who were afflicted vi;h Rheumatism the l'.st two months have been cured by the use of this Liniment. It is truly a celebrated Remedy tnd it has done more to allevia e human suffering than any medicine ever discoy. red. One applica tion will relieve the most violent pain. A few applications will cure a bruise or sprain, two bottles will cleanse, puri;y and heal the most loathsome sore or ulcer, and it will al most instantly remove infl imtiution and heal the most severe burn or scald without a scar. It wi'l never fail to cure any external disease on man or oeasi u propeny appuea. it is a soverign balm to all mankind. Rend the following proof whicn are receiv ed daily. New Albavt, Jan. 4, 1334. Dr. J. II. McLean, Si. Louis: Dear Sin : 1 was aflicted lor six months wiih rheumatism so that I wis unable to attend any busiuees. My joints were swollen dreadfully, the muscles were contracted and 1 suffered the most excrutiating pain. I tried m; ny oth er Liniments, m3 had no eftert. By the ad vice of my neighbor I procured a supply of your Volcanic Oil Liniment, and applied it. It has cured ra" permanently. I am saUotied that yo.ir Lidiment has saved me a life of decrepitude nn l misery and hope thntyou will triumph over every vile md ava rieious effort that has and inny te made to in jure the reputation of eueh an invaluable med icine. I emainyours &c, S'fkPHEN A. MOORE. Panola, M'ibs., Feb. 5, 1834. Dr. J. II. McLean, St. lA)uis, Mo. Deae Six; I was aHicted lor fif een months With rheumatism so much that I was unubie to attend to any business, my legs arms and An gers were swollen dreadfully . the muscles were contracted and I suffered the most excrutiating pain. I applied some five or six bottles of Mastang Liniment, it had no more eflect t ian so much grease. I obtained one doz bottles of Volcanic Oil Liniment of your agent, Mr Pike, for which I shall ever feel grateful to him, and in five days I was entirely well, and tske plea sure in recommending it to the public, audi also add that one of my horses got cast in the stable and was unable to stau i up. In the morning I made one of my boys rub on some of your Ijiuuneutand in three hours he could walk about the yard, apparently that nothing had happened to him. Mr. Davies end others of my neighbors were present at the lime and they concur with me in saying that no planter should be without a supply of this invaluable medi cine on hand. 1 remain yours &.c, Moses b. white. For horses and other animals, McLean's Celebrated Liniment is far superior to any rem edy for the cure of lameness, bruises, cuts, old sores, sweeney, scratches, galls, spruirs&c. Read the following from Mr. Wells of the St. Louis Omnibus company. This is to certify thi 1 1 have used the Mexi can Mustang Liniment and McLean's Volcan ic Oil Liuiment on our Omnibus horses, that were lame, sprained, and for swellings, and 1 have found McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment to be the bet in all cases. ERA ST US WELLS. of the firm of Chflse &. Co. Then trifle no longer wit'.' those compounds. .McLean's Liniment is the only reliable remedy or external dist ases on man or beasts, try it uid von will be convinced. Principal Depot, corner cf Thi d and Pine Streets, St. Louis. Mo., and also by ail the Druggist ii the United States. FASIIlOXABLE MILLIXElll. Washington Street, Viclcsburg, Mississippi. I.SS BIGE LOW invites the attention of J TJS. the Ladies or Yazoo Uity and vicinity to her very -extensive assortment of SUiVlxVlLK GOODS, viz : .Gold Embroidered Bonnets, French Lace English Straw Tripler Alboni Embroidered Gossamer, Diomond Sattin Belgrade and Pearl Fancy Lace and Crape Mourning and Berege Also. French Flowers, (new style) Ribbons, Capes, Head Dresses, Veils, Collars &c. March a, 1854-18. Administrator's Notice W HER LAS Letters ot Administration on ihe estate of Theophilus P. Fritchard, de ceased, were granted to the undersigned at the February Terra, 1854 of the Probate Court of Yazoo couuty, Mississippi. Now ail persons having claims against the estate of said dece dent, are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by law, or the same will be barred. All persons indebted to said estate are called upon to make 'mmediaie payment. D. N. LARROVS, Administrator. March 1, 1854-17-71. Hot ice. w LL persons indebted to C. J. Biarkman, deceased, are requested to call and settle up. JAS. THARP, March 8 1864 19-4t Administrator. A Desirable Hcnidceac for Sale A'. J OFFER for sale my present residence, situ sted in a fine neighborhood, containing about four acre of choice level land well fen ced, upon which Is a new frame dwelling house with Four rooms and a passage between them, a new frame kitchen, store room, smoke houM, stable and corn-crib, and a nerer-failing .veil of excellent water. There are on the place about 130 young fruit trees, of the choicest va rieties, fine shrubbery, Acc. The location of the place renders it ndmlra- bly adapted for a market garden for which pur pose l nave cultivated, ine pi co is aiso wen situated for dairy purposes. Terms liberal, and one or two negroes will be taken in part peyment. J. A. cjTtVtiNS. Yazoo City, February 8th, lS54,--14--3m. Yazoo River Land Tor Hte.Hr I 1I1E undersigned own a tract of about 200 acres of high land, lvintr on the Yaro River and ' djoining the lands formerly owned by J. Lamkin. being Lof no. A rf bectton o, and West half of Southwest quarter of Section 7. Township 14, Rango 2 West, which they will sell at a bargain, if imrnedia'.e application be made to J. M. Hollingaworth, or to the un dersigned. B. E. & U , L. MORRIS. Feb, 8, '54;-l4-6w. DR. J. H. WILSON OFFERS his services to tha citizens of Ya zoo City and its vicinity. December 21, 1358-7-if Notice. TO PLANTERS & WOOL GR0WER3. WE will pay thr? highest price for Dry and cash Salted Hides m larore or prn til ouantkies. Also for Washed or unwashed Wool, on appli cation at the Auction Room of M. B. WOLFE & CO. Yazoo City, March 8, 1854-lf. Iff. B. WOLFK&CO. Auctioneers and Commission Merchant., Yazoo City, Missmim. Will make iiboral advances on consignments his address. Yazoo city, Jan. 4, 1854. Extra Sundries. CANTON Ginirer, preserved in honey, English Picklcc, assorted. English Dairy Cheese, Buckwheat Flour, Fulion Vfark-t B cf, Pink Eye nnd Mohanork Potatoes, Havanna, Rio ond Java Coffee, choice (old process) Suar for families, Jan. 11. '64. fors ilebv J. w . DABBS PRO BO PUBLIC. ilHE uucerigiif.ri would inform the clti-I- zeu of Yazoo City andtAs adjacent coun try that the Coffee House fo mrly kept by Mr. W. tiruhhs. better known is tne Pro Bono Publico, his been reopened under Ms control and supervision. A Bar-keeper, famons fur hi- proficiency in ihe art of compounding1 mix ed drinks id constantly in a'.tendance, and liq uors and cigars of the choicest brands are kept constantly in store. Former patrons of the establishment may rest assured that the charac ter of the House will be as heretofore, strictly mnintained. and conveniences for the comfort of customers unsurpassed. If anyihinsr is wanting to render perfect this establishment in the minutest detail, it will be found inhefact, that one of the finest Billiard Saloons in the State is attached, containing two new and splendid Tables, with all necessa ry paraphernalia, GEO. W. 3RtfBB3f. Yazoo City, Jan. 5. I8S4-12-0m. JUST received Marsh's newly invented radi cal cure Truss. Also Ctero Abdominal Supporters. Also Marsh's improved elastic su.-.pender shoulder Brace, and for sale dv COOK & BRUMFIELD. Feb run ry 1, ia"54. Notice. THE undersigned, dealer In Produce and Groceries, Plantation nnd Family Supplies generally, has received and opened a well assor ted stoek at his old stand, (before the fire) and solicits the patronage of his friends and the pub lic in general. J. W. DABBS. Yazoo City, December 21, 1853 7-tf Annual Settlement. AT the April Term 18-31 of the Hon. Probate Court of Yazoo County, State ol Mississippi : I will, as Executor cf Henry Hayman, deceased, present my annual account for settlement and allowance. G. M. POWELL, Executor. March 22, 18ft4-2?Mt. River Land For Sale. A TRACT of 450 acres of land on the Yazoo River near this place 20 acres cleared and 75 acres deadened and partly cleared, mostly high and rich with good site tor wood yard, will be sold on pood term?. Apply to JAS. THARP. Y .zoo City, March 22. 1834-20-4t. Jash Advances. I WILL make liberal advances on Cotton consigned to Messrs. Oakey & Hawkins of New Orleans. Feb. 22, '34 J. W. DABRS. Young America JUST received a large and lull assortment of French ntid American Funcy Goods, con sisting in part of Porte Mranaies, Purses, Chantoullens, Gentlemen's cases. Perfumed Baskets, Sewing Biids,&c. &c, French, Ger man and American Colognes, genuine Lulnn' Extract, Buffalo, Shell, Ivory, and India Rub ber Combs, Rogers' and Wotenholm's fine Cutlerx, Hair, Shaving, Shoe, Whiti-wash, Paint, Marking and Varaish Brushes of all kinds, and for 6ale. low by March 1, 1854. COOK &, BRUMFIELD. STEAM MARBLE WORKS. CHARLES BILE, (LATE LOWERY & RULE) Corner Broadwry and Fifth ISt. Cincinnati. MEMENTOES of every description delivered and erected at graves. Monu meiir, Tombs and i rave stones of the best qualities of Italian ani JSative Marbles work, executed bv the best artists. W rl; U respect fully Solicited. Ja MES W. pRENNA , Agent, Winn's Hotel, Yazoo City, March t, 1854-ly. WATCHES & JEWELRY. JUST received and for sale at reduced prices, anew supplv of superior quality aud style. watches and jewelry. Watches repaired ano J warranted as usuil. S. H WILSON, i January li!, 1853. Bacon, Pork and JLard. BAKUELS Mess Pork, ot) Casks clear aud rib sides, bacon, 5 " Sbu!deri, 5 Mams, 50 Kegrs Lard, for sale by Jan. 11, 1854. J. C. LEWIS & CO. New Firm. CHARLES' T. MANN &, CO, Yazoo City, fflUsAitsippJ. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dru;T. Med- Lines and Chemical. Paints, Oils, Var v .r10"' WwGlassanrf fully. LANDRETTTS GARDEN SEEDS Dye-Sluffi. and Class-Ware, Fine Perfu merv. fcoap and Biushe. School Books, Sicel Pens, Quits, and Stationery, Letter and Cap Paper, Medical and Mis sella neons Books. Blank Books, Superior Ink, P Hangings. Pure Wines Sf Brand x. Prescriptions and orders will receive particu lar attention at all hours of the day & niVht. AGENTS for all the valuable family medirjries in use. Buyers will al ways find here fresh and unadulterated Medicines. We determined tt'S to sell as low as lablirdiment In Ncmv Orleans where in the South W Jan. 4 184-ly. any c or BMC- IpIlE accounts cue to Um iirm of Phillips 6s M. Perkins av been transferred to A. P. Perkins, who is fully authorized tn rolloet and receipt for the snme. S. M. PHILLIPS, Surviving partner of Phillips i Parkin. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ALL persons indebted to tha firm of Phillln fc Perkins are requested to call at the Tele graph office and settle without further warning, or their accounts will be nlaecd in iho hand rif an omcer tor cik-cUon. March 6. 183l-tf. A. P. PERKINS. l IVotloe. yrB. HENRY B. BftlCKELL, rf "Coo--J. ter Shell Bend," on Bayou Tokebai hi wifi, children, and household in mate ; haru my full peruiriHion to pass sod repass through Ute plantation, to Church, or elsewhere But his wagons, teams, and loose stock are ex pressly and specially prohibited, JAMES J. B. WHITE. Tokebs, February 9th, 1864-14-3iu. .. . AsliaiuUtratrU NoUec I" ETTERSof administration with the will MJ annf-xedof the estafe ofFrank Nearman. late of Vuzoo county, w.jre granted to me bv the Probate Court of said county, at the Janu ary Term, 184 (hereof. Notice is given to an persons Having claims against Mid deco H(! to present them properly authenticated they wil. be b- rred. C A THE!? 1 NE NE A R WAN, Marcli 8, lal, 18 7t. Admin Uratrbr is ox New Orleans Packet. THE NEW AND ELEGANT PASSENGER PACKET, John StraderJ. C. Brown, Master W'ILL ply regular throughout the re mainder of the Season, between this place and Greenwood to New Orleans leaving Ya zoo City aboutevery ten days, commencing on the i7th last,, dccendijig. information may al wa; s be obtained from the uudereigned, Aeut at Yazoo Ciiy. The Strader in as well fittod out for the comfort of possenjrrs, as any steamer on the River. She will always be telegraphed s: as to insure ptsscn;r3 against anv delay. WM. WVMAN, Agent. March 15, 1954- 9 tf . P. S The John trader hason bo-rd forthe pleasure of Lady passengers, a ppleudid Piano. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, YAZOO COL M Y. Probate Cocp.t February Term, 185. To all p ersons interested in the Estate of John Clear y, I ale of said county deceased. IN the matter ot the application of Nicholas W. Hobson and Samuel V. Stew art, Administrators of John Cleary deceased, for leave to make a final settlement of their ac count, and furrender of their letters as Admin istrators ai aforesaid. It ib thereupon ordered by the Court that citation issue to Decy Cleary, and all others interested in said estate to be and appear before the Probate Court of Yazoo coun ty, at the Court House thereof, on the fourth Monday in Ma7 1834, then and there to show cause if any they have, why the said final ac count and surrender of letters of N. W. Hob son and Samuel V. Stewart as tdmlalstfators as aforesaid should not be Allowed. And further to do and suffer such things as shall be considered and ordered by our eaiii Court in the premises, and it is further ordered that the publication of thi! citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat a weekly new -piper, pub lished in Yazoo city, for the .pace ol --ixtv davs. Witness, The Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge of the Prbate Court of Yazoo county, the fourth Monday in February, A. D. Ib54. and seal of said court. Iss,ced, the 8th day oMarob, 18H4. WM. H. BELL, Clk. March 15,1854-19-10t. Strayed r Stolen IROM the subscriber, living about 5 miles from Yazoo city, on or about yrW the iSJri ult., one medium size horse mule, wltn shaved tall, roached mane color, dark bro Any person returning anid mule will be liberal ly remunerated, or any information given wil be gratefully receired. NAT. INGRAM. Jan 25, '54, 12-tf, " Administrator ft dice' " LETTERS of Administration upon lh tate of Nathan W. EHls, haviug been granted the undersigned at the IVbrosrV Term 1854, of tbe Probato Court of Yaaoo county, Sute of MieFi-ssippi : Now all person, claims against the e.-tate of s iiii decedent, are hereby required to present ihe same dilv au theuticatetl within tl:e thoc limited by law or they w ill be barred, and all persons o winf eaid estate are most respectfully and earnestly soli cited to make immediate pnymont. T. R. WHEELER. Administrator. March 8, lS54-16-7t. fPHE firm of J. Tharp & Co is this doy dia--Lpolvedby nutuaj consent. Mr. J. Tharp having disposed of his interest in the stock to Mr. Ahmzo L. Brown, would return las thanks to bis old friendt for Iheir past liberal patron age, and respectfully solicits a continun nee of the fame tW his succc-pors, and would add. uiui mey win oe receiving new keep a Jorge and wjil t-elrrfcd t Tharp also tutor ma his friends ar that he is charged with the settlem business of the old firm, and can b his old counting room. J A gov found at THARP. C. W. WCC THE undersigned having stock of J. Tha i n & Co. , com i under the f;rm of WOOD Jan H, 1354, 10-3m. 4- c BLOUR -50 i ted jus Janointr, tor eaic by Dec. 21, 1550. J.