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REMAINING in the Post Office Yazoo City, on the 1st day of April, 1854 A. Adams, James Archibald, James Allsop, Edmund N Applewhite, J K Johnson, Barby Mrs Johnston, Wm B Johnson, R F Johnson, Wm II Johnson, Louisa at o Arnold, Frances Miss Jones, G W Alexander, M Anderson, L M Austain, W A Anding, Celeste Alamine, Ely B. Blucks. Mr. Berry, Elizabeth Johnson, Jno 2 Johns, Win Johnson, J M Johnson, Margerith Mrs Johnston, J T Jenkins, M E Miss K Ketchum, Thos D . . . IT H : Hnrnes. Mary A Mrs. fveyb, wwiry iyus u,.,r Vimdiman 2 Jrviikward, J P 3 3 Berry, Joseph C Bum, Jno 1) 2 Bennett, Elias Belcher, McClain P. Barrow, Millsou Bell, DM Bridges, Cath'ne Miss Bacon, George W Blake, Mrs Bowman, W W Beale, Thomas B Berry, S G Berry, Effey Mrs Ballauce, Jas R Burns, Emslcy 2 Brown, Mrs Bateman, Thomas Blunk, Mr . 2 Bylington, James Brooks, J M 2 Brcnnan, James W 6 Browning:, J D Briloy, Jacob u. Culhon, H E Criswell, A F Crane Robert Caraway, Marshall Crson, John A Cann, Patrick Chinu, Thomas Chislum, Henry Christian, Wm B G Cotton, J A Coulter, W F Collurn, E H Crane, William W Coney, Joha Clark, J S Cook, T G Cissna, M C Miss Clark, T R Galium, Lemuel P Coleman, John Callahan, R L Carr, Patrick 2 Crandall, Joshua T Carson, J P Cooper, Parson Cayce, E B Christian, William B C mpton, Geo W Clark, M W Mis Cooper, E W euu, iu. Chisolm, Frances Mrs Percy, Jeff King, DL 2 King, Mariah E Kron, J F Knapp, Henry Kofaht, E Key, James A L Loyd, Joseph Lolt, Alfred Lacy. Leady Laughter, W T Master Lusk. Robert Lott, Louis Lennier, William M M Marion, William Miller. William McNeil, Danl P Madduck, John Martin, George W. Moley, Celenda Mrs. Moore. Justin W Marshall, Thomas Murphy, Jeremiah C Merka, James Mayer & Simms, Mek. A J Moore, John Madlin. James Murrav, Eliza Mrs Miller, H H Meeker. William Markham, Wm F. Meuter, James MiUcr, John h McClearv, A J Miller, W Moore, N F Moore, E T Mrs 2 McKay, Anne E Mrs Murdon, Batson W Merriman. Geo W 3 McKinky Dan't Maier, Moses 2 Marshall, Shan N Noble Wm D 2 Nash, O L Mrs Nasto, Jolyer Nugrast, George C P Potts, Samuel Pomeroy, James 3 Phillips, Havwood Pettis, Dominick Criswell, Leonard Camp, C T Crawford, Abel B 2 D. Dement, D II i-k nr;ir,.m tCi t t . a vi- Rossin, James Dukes. J L or A laie n , . . ' T Duncan, Jerome H Pearson, Joseph Tee pies. J W Barkhurst, Jno J R Romlev, J B Robb, Martha Dellia, sirs DdvisT T J Day, F W Dennis, Mr Dennis. Jno Dunn, David Dougharty, Wm Davis, Jane miss Davidson, W L waster Dukes, J L 2 Downs, A C Doty, L Doherty, P O Durham, D m Dulhagan, Abraham Dury, Nathan Dunn, James Davis, James C E. Easam, Jno Evans, Wm F Everets, Agnes wiss Elliott, J T Edgar, Martha Miss F. Forrest, Dan W Farrar, William M Fountain, John D 3 Fugate, Dr Ford, H B Ferrill, A J Freeman, Jno m Ford, David A G. Griffith, Mrs A R Robinson, J S Robinson, Asa Rives, Jacob Roberts, George Rose, L D Robinson. Wm H 2' Ralston. John Read, Hubbark Roberts. Sarah Miss 3 Reef. Elick RidgUI. R V Mrs Robins, John Ragland, Mary A Mrs 2 Robnett, J W Reid, Robt or Rebecca Roddy, D W Robinett. Barbara Mrs Ray, Elijah S Shelby, S D Mrs Simmons, John B Strain, K F Sorrells, T L Master Sorrells, Sarah Street, Maria Mrs Spiars, John Stephenson. L E Mrs Starke, William E Smith, John 3 Smith, Woodford Stoughton, E A 2 Stephens, Ruphus Sconyers. John W 2 Scofer, Nicholas Simmons, A T Dr Stephens, Richard 2 Smith, S W Gardiner, Mary E Mrs Scott, F M Mrs Gardner, Jesse Gardner, m A Miss Gibson, B F Gonler, William Gill, h T Grubb, Jno R Goodin, Samuel H. Hawk, Wm Hunter, H H Harvej, Sarah Miss Hanna. J C Humphreys, B G Horning, Frantz Harnder's Express, Henning, R J Hughes, J R Hagard, H Herndon, N M Herndon, Margaret Hargrove, Asa Hirse, Mary H Miss Harper, Thomas J Hugtns, Stephen ihirlv, Thomas Schook, W A Key T Thompson, G Taylor. John R Thompson, Eliza Mrs Thomson, John W Turner, William M Tucker, Chas C Dr Ted well, Sand V Vandivier, PS 2 W Walker. Mary Miss 2 Wear, George W. Willburn, Anderson C Warren. Thos C 2 Washburn, Saml White, W D Wallis, Phillip Wadsworth. Cornclus Watson, S Mrs Wellington. J Miss 3 West, William H Walker, Walker H Hurst, Ann Eliza Mrs Wallis, Thomas J Howard, J M Hetchings, G W Hamel, Jane miss Heckman, Fac Hummber Heinrich I J. Innman, George W Jackson, Mathew Word,G W Waller, John Whitman, R M Dr Williams, James E Ware, James E Walton, ViallsWm 3 Walker, Asa 2 Wea thereby, Mess D 5 White, Chauncy M 2 Jublett. Charles Johnson, Wm or Dan '1 Williams, John Moore Y JonesSamuel 2 Yale, A Rev 3 Young, Juhn H April 5, 1854 M. D. H AYNES, P. M. CCF Persons calling for any letter in the above list will please say advertised. Administrator's Notice. TTXTHEREAS Letters of Administration up- TT on the estate of R. R. Williamson, dee'd. were granted to the undersigned at the Jan uary Term 1854, of the Honorable Probite Court of Yaioo county, State of Mississippi Now all persons having claims against the es tnte of said decedent, are hereby required to exhibit the same duly authenticated, within the time limited by law, or the same will be barifed. Feb-L 18B4-13-7t E. L. BOWERAdmY. 13Y Ouardian's Sale. Virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, State or Mississippi, made at the January Term thereof, A. D. 1834, tho undersigned, as Guardian of Clarence Siwurtivmit. a minor, will on the 3rd day of April next, between the usual hours of sale, Srescribed by law, proeeed to sell before the ourt House door or Yazoo county, at public auction, to the highest bidder or bidders, on a credit of twelve months from the day of sale, the following described lands belonging to said minor, and situated in Yazoo County, to wit: an undivided half interest in the west-half, of south-west quarter of Section I ; all of Sec tion 2 north-half of Section 11 north-west quarter of Section 12, all in Township 12, Range 1 East. Bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser or purchasers. Feb. 1, ls54-4t. B. YANDELL, Guar. Administrator's Sale. BY Virtue of an order of sale grunted at the March Term 1847, and the January Term 1848, of the Probate Court of Hinds county, Mississippi, to the undersigned, as Administra trix of Isaac R. Nicholson, deceased I will expose to sale at public aution, to the highest bidder within the hours prescribed by law, on MONDAY, the TENTH day of APRIL next, at Benton in Yazoo county, the following lands belonging to said estate, lying and situated in Yazoo county, Mississippi, to-wit ; The west half south-east quarter, Section 20, the south east quarter Section 21, the west-half south west quarter, Section 22, the west-half north west quarter and west-half south-west quarter Section 27, the west-half and west-half south east quarter, and east-half north-east quarter, Section 28, the cast-half north-east quarter and cast-half south-east quarter, Section 29, the west-half north-east quarter, Section 28, the east-half south-east quarter of Section 28, the south-east nuarter Section 20, the east-half north-east quarter, Section 32, all in Township 12, Range I west. Said sale will be made upon a credit of 12 months, the purchaser or purchasers giving bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money. A. NICHOLSON, Adm'rx. By her Attorney Robert S. G. Perkins. February 22, 1854 10-tds. Administrator's Sale. Y Virtue of an order oi the Probate Conrt of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, ren dered at the February Term 1854, as Athninis trator of the estate of C. J. Blackmail deceased. I shall proceed upon MONDAY, the TENTH day of APRIL, next, in front of the door of the court house in Yazoo city, to sell to the highest bidder upon a credit of twelve months, from the day of sale, certain lands of which said Blackman did seized and possessed, de scribed as follows, to-wit : The south-west quarter of Section 5, Township 11, Range 2 west, also a portion of land be ginning at south-east of north-east quarter of north-east quarter, (40 acre piece ot Section 5, Township 11 , Range 2 west, and run north 14 chains to public road leading to Yazoo City thence in a southwestern direction along said road 53 chains, 08 links to the half mile station, on the west boundary of said Sec tion 5, thence east 20 chahis, thence north 20 chains, thence east 20 chains to the place of beginning, containing 38 acres more or less, also the south-half of east-half of north-west quarter of Section 5, Township 11, Range 2 west, containing 40 acres more or less, situated, lying and being in the county of Yazoo, State ot Mississippi. Bonds with undoubted security will be re quired of the purchaser. JAMES THARP, March 1, 1854-17-tds. Administrator. B B Administrator's Sale of Land. Y Virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, made at the February Term thereof for the year 1854, I will, as Ad ministrator of Catharine R. Clark, deceased, on MONDAY the SEVENTEENTH day of APRIL next, at the Court House door of Ya zoo county in Yazoo city, offer for sale to the highest bidder on a credit of twelve months, the following described land, belonging to the estate of the said Catherine K. Clark de ceased, to-wit: the South-half of the east-half the south-east quarter, the north-half of the east-half of the south-east quarter, and the wesharf of the south-east quarter. Section 11, TownshiD 10 of Range 2 Wes, lying, be ing and d floated in Yazoo county, State of Mis sissippi. .Notes w'tti approved security tor the purchase money will be required before title made. WILLIAM L. CLARK. Admr, March 1, 1854-17-tds- Winn's Hotel, YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI. THE subscribers would inform the public that the above named house has been refit ted bnd furnished with all necessary conve niences calculated to promote the comfort of the travelling community. The chambers are large and airy, tne bedding entirely new ; and attentive, obedient servants in attendance. The table will be supplied with every thing turnished by the market, and no effort will be wanting to rendar WINN'S HOTEL in every department, one of the best in the State. Nov. 23, 1853-3.tf O. WINN & CO. NEW DRUG STORE. COOK & BttUJIFIELD. Wholesale and Retail Druprsriste and BOOK SELLERS. Yazoo City, Mi., next door to J. J. Fouche, HAVE just received a large and well selec ted stock of American, French and Eng lish Chemicals, Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles, which will be sold extremely'low for cash, and on the usual timeo punctual customers. Physicians' prescriptions put up at all times of the day and night with neatness and cor rectness. N. B. A large assortment of Patent Med icines always on hand. November 23, 1853. WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SIE VES WARE. JUST received and for sale, a general assort ment of FINE WATCHES and JEWELRY. Also, Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Watches repaired and warranted as usual. Nov. 23. 1853. S. H. WILSON. NOTICE. BY order of the Trustees, Five Dollars will be required for each ticket of admission to the Free Schooi the present session. Persons desiring tickets, must send the money, or the tickets will net be issued, except to indigent persons, J. M. HOLLINGS WORTH, January 4, 1854-9 Secretary. PLOUGHS 100 Ballengers No. 1, 1$, and 2, one and two horse Ploughs, for sale by Feb. 22. 54. J. W. DABRS 2, LEGAL NOTICES: The State ot Mississippi, ) Yazoo County. $ PROBATE COURT, DECEMB'R TERM, 1853. To all persons interested in the lands, ten ttnemcnts and hereditaments of Theophe lus Ogden, deceased. MT having been suggested to our Court of Probates for Yazoo county, State of Mis sissippi, by Wade H. Mills, Guardian of Eliza beth Ogden and Lucy Ogden, minors and heirs of Theophclus Ogden deceased, and husband to the late widow of said decedent, that it will be to the interest of the heirs of said decedent to sell the following lands belonging to the es tate of said decedent, lying in Yazoo county, State aioresaid, to-wit: The east-half of south east quarter and north-west quarter of south west quarter of Section 17, north-west quarter north-west quarter of Section 18, Township 9, Range 2 west. South-east quarter, Section i2, Township 9, Range 3 west. South-west quarter of south-west quarter, Section 7, Town ship 9, Range 2 west. It was thereupon order ed by the Court, that citation issue to William H. Bell, Guardian ad letum to Elizabeth Ogden and Lucy Ogden minors to Yazoo county, and to Mary Jane Mills to Madison county, to be and appear at the next March Term 1854 of our Court of Probates, then and there to show cause, if any they have or cn why an order should not be made for tho sale of the above de scribed land. It is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat, a newspaper published in Yazoo city for 6 weeks. Witness, Hon. Geo. B.Wilkinson, Judge of the Court aforesaid, the 4th Monday of De cember, A. D. 185). Issued, 26th December, A. D. 1853. Jan. 4, 1854-7c. WM. H. BELL, Cl'k. The Site of Mississippi, Yazoo County. PROBATE COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1853. To all persons interested in the lands, tene ments 4 hereditaments 6f Thompson Blis ter deceased. 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 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 east-half of north east quarter and the south-east quarter and south-.vest quTtei of north-east quarter of Section 29, and he west-half of west-half cf north-west quarter, and west-half of west-half of south-west quarter of Section 20, and the east-half of south-west quarter and west-half of north-east quarter of Section 29, all in township 11. of Range 2 East, containing five hundred and Jifteen acres more or less, situa ted, lying and being in said county and State. And further to do and sufFer such tilings as shall be considered and oidered by our said Court in the premises, and it is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat a weekly newspaper, publish ed in 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. 1853, and seal of said court. Issued the 3rd day of December A. D. 1853. WM. H. BELL, Clerk. December 7, 1853-5-lOt. Notice npHE undersigned assignees ot J. V. Caldwell deceased, hereby inform the pub lic, that the business of the house will in fs ture be continued under their supervision. Wishing to close out the stock on hand (whfeh is very large at present,) the Assignees arer de termined to offer all possible inducements to purchasers. They solicit the continuation? of former patronnge, and would add, that the sales will be madeon the usual time. Mr. JOHN T. HETII will coniinue to give his attention to the business of the house as heretofore, and is authorised to settle all ac counts ot the same. J. W. BARNETT, H. C. TYLER. November 23, ia33-3-tf. Assignees. 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 bylaw or they will be barred. C. HOLLINGS WORTH, January 4, 1854-9-7t. Administrator. WHEREAS letters of Administra tion on the estate of R. M. Winn, de ceased were granted to the undersigned at the last November Term of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, now all persons having claims against the estate of said decedent, are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by law or the same will be barred. H. HARRISON, ) F. BARKSDALE, Administrators. J. W. BARNETT, ) December 14, 1853-6-7t. W ew Rice &c 1 Tierce new Rice, (lowland) 20 bbls and half bbls Molasses, new crop. 4 hhds. Prime Sugar, do-, just received and for sale by J. W. DABBS. December 21, 1853-7-tf. P. A. OWEN, New Orleans. W. H. D. WENDEL, Oxford, Miss. P. A. OWEI & CO Cotton Factors Sr Commission Merchants No. 17, Carondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS. Refer to Judge J. R. BURR US, Yazoo Citv, A. M. WEST, Holmes County, JESSE MABRY, Vernon, Mi WE are prepaired to make advances and fur nish supplies to planters wishing to do business with the above firm. June 9, 1852. JAMES THARP & CO. Removal. OM. SIMPSON, formerly of 50 Canal St., would respectfully inform his friends and istomers, that he has just removed to the Spacious Store, 116, CANAL STREET, where he will n.onstantlv boon a annnln nf Plantation, Household & Fancy Dry Goods which will enable him to fill a bill through, at the lowpri ce which uave aiways cnaracterized this house U. m. OlM.t'SU.N, 116, Canal Street, Touras Row, New Orleans may 4, looo. N. B. Country orders ptomptly filled. LOUR 50 barrels Ohio Flour, SO T. Harrison extra flour. Jan. 11. for sale by J. C. L. St CO. EXECUTOH'S NOTICE. THE undersigned having at the Novemoer Term of the Probate Court of Yazoo coun y, qualified as Executor of the last will a d testament of .. B. Graves deceased, hereby notifies all persons indebted to tho deceased, to make immediate payment, and those having claims against 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. B. Graves, tho under signed is charged with the settlement of the business of the late firm of Winn & Graves. All persons indebted to said firm are hereby notified to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said firm, are notified to present them dulv authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will be pieu in barr of payment. W. J. LEAKE, Executor of A. B. Graves, deceased. Yazoo City, Dec. 7, 1853-5-vv3m. Administrator's Notice. THE undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the estate of Thomas Murry, deceased All persons having claims against said estate, will present them within the time prescribed by law, and thoso indebted to the estate will make payment. MICHAEL MALONE, January 4. 1854-7t. Adm'r. Notice. THE undersigned, having qualified, at the November Term, 1853, of the Probate Court of Yazoo County, as Administrator of the estate of Henry Toler, deceased, hereby notifies all persons having claims against said decedent, to present them within the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, November, 30, 1853, 7t. Administrator. xm MAKUtAUE STATE ftifjjt'f aitri flrti.'tt, tr .Tlinrry ami AVr.VHAM, all t n,l tl t MOSS STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS ! Reflections for the Thoughtful. Staus 'bat countless human beings c.xLst and hag through life ail do the bcaats of lh field, or he iuaei'U of the earth, evineing no more thought a reflection than though the noble faculties of mind were not vouchsafed to lliein. Many Mich are hu.b.inJ and father, nin whom lire d'-pondent the health, the well-being, and the tapftiueM of a confiding and affectionate wife, u'ilb i i i ; i ..- a family ot children HOW OFTEN IT HAPPENS THAT THE WIFE LINGERS FROM YEAR TO YEAR in that pitiable condition n not even for one day to feel the happy and exhiierating influence incident iu the enjoyment of health. She may not be an invalid confined to her bed, or even to her room ; na her pride, ambition and energy induce and nerve her to take personal -harge of her household, .ecu when her health -vill uot admit uf it ; but she id nevertheless perceptibly sinking from day to day, and always niling. Thus, day after day, and month afier mnth tran spire Her health daily .-inks, till finally even the hope of recovery no longer remain.-. And thus. THE BLOOMING BRIDE, '.at a few years ago in the (lush of health and youth, and buoyancy of Spirits, rapidly, and appa rently inexplicably, becomes a feeble, sickly, de bilitated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves un struug, spirits depressed, countenance bearing the impress of suffering, aud au utter physical ami tneutal prostration. :Soinctiutcs this deplorable change may and does arise from organic or constitutional (Mioses. Hut ofteuer, by far oftener, to gross and inexcusable iguorauce of the simplest and plainest rules of health as connected with the marriage state, the violation of which entails disease, suffering and misery, not only to the wife, but often Hereditary Complaints upon the Children " I NTO THK THIKIi AND FOURTH GENERATION,' Ti-nitsmlttliig COVSI'MPTIOS, St KOI'TLA, BrrpocuoxDRiA, nrsAvnrr, gout, KIVW's EVlb, and other di-aes. n DREADFUL INHERITANCE from the Parents And must thie continue 1 Shall wo be wise in all that concerns the cattle of oar fields, our horse, our sheep, our cows, out oxen, the nature and character of the soil We possess, the texture and quality of our goods and merchandise ; but in all that concerns ourselves as human beings, with human functions and passions, subject to great derange ment, involving' our future peace and happiness in all that concerns the health and welfare of the wife of our affections, and the mother of our chil dren ; in- aft that concerns the mental and physical well bting of those children, we should be im mersed in the darkest and most BENIGHTED IQNORANOE, AS CULPABLE AS INEXCUSABLE ! How long shall this ignorance prevail so proac tive of its bitter fruits 1 How long shall the wife and mother be ignorant of the nature, character and causes of the various womb and sexual complaints, embittering her days by suffering suffering often prolonged to years, eventuating in a comptication of diseases utterly and hopelessly incurable 1 Shall we for ever close our eyes to the results of physio logical science by which we may arrive at ai. nnderstanding of ourselves as men and women, subject to serious life-long enduring diseases, and perpetuating them to our children. LET EVERY WIFE AND HUSBAND FONDER ! iVb husband or trife need be ignorant of what concerns them most to know to secure their health and hastiness. That knowledge is contained in a little work entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION, BY DR. A. It, MAUR1CEAU, PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMK!f. Ont Hundredth Edition. 18o., pp. 250. Price 50 Cent ON FINE PATER, EXTRA BINDING, $ 1 00 First published in 1847 ; and it is not SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL, Considering that EVERY FEMALE, whether MARRIED OR NOT, ton here acquire a full knowledge of the na ture, character and ca tides of lier complalnts, with the various symptoms, and that nearly HALF A MILLION COPIES should have been sold It is impracticable to con vey fully the various subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intended for the married, or those contemplating marriage. UPWARDS OP ONE HUNDRED THOU SAND COPIES Have been SENT BY MAIL within the last few months. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. BE NOT DEFRAUDED ! Buy no book unless Dr. A. M. Mauriccan, 129 Liberty Street, N. Y., is on the title page, and the entry in the Clerk's (Tffice on the back of the title page ; a.d buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M Mauriceu, as there are spurious and surreptitious infringements of copright. BT Upon receipt of One Dollar " THE WOR RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM PANION" is sent (maiUJ free) to any part of the United States, the Canada and British Provinces. All Letters must be post-paid, and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAUR ICE AD". Box 1224, New-York City. Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street. hw-York AGENTS IN MISSISSIPPI Stepheu F. Power, Natchez Parker & Thorn ton, Brandon Thompson &Co., Yazoo City W. H. Landes, Gallatin E. Bruner, Port Gib son W. M. Klyce, Eastport W. Eppes, HoUy Springs. BAGGING, ROPE &C. ,Cf Ps. Ky. Bagging, 50 coils hemp Rope, Oil 4 bales Jaans & Linseys, 4 bales Twine, dec 21, '53. For sale by J. W. DABBS. Brooks & Randolph. WHOLESALE GROCERS A ND (ttammiesion JlUrd)mtt0t Dealers in Tobacco, Foreign & Domestic LIQUORS &c. Wo- St6 New Levee, December, 15, 1853. YAZOO CITY Carriage Manufactory. POWELL & HILLIARD, Main Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi, HAVING taken in nddition to our former extensive Manufactory, the establishment lately occupied by Mr. C. H. Primm, opposite our old stand, would respectfully inform the public that we have made extensive addition to our stock of Carriages, both ot our own and Northern and Eastern Manufactories. Com prising Coaches, Coachees, falling top Barou he s and Chariottees, Rockaway, slide seat Buggies of superior style, with extension tops, combining the convenience of Barouche or Rockaway. Also roll up side top Buggies, Giggs, Phentons, and open Buggies of ellcgant Eat tern for single or double harness. Also luggy and Coach Harness, Whips of all pat terns, riding Bridles, Martingale. Bridle bits, stirrup irons, .Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys ri ding Addles of all patterns, of our own man ufacture. Saddle-bag and Spurs albO Fly Nets of all colors. Webbing for iaddle-girt'4, hand-holders and furnishing goods of all kind! for saddle and Nmricai nrnnuracture. Also, Oil Carpet, Bruaiels do., and carpet fringe. Enamelled Cjo0of all colors, paten' Dash and Collar Leaiher, Hog skins and saddU skirting. Enamelled top leather also Enam elled leather for linings, comprising all tht colors used. Blue and drab broad cloths, d im ask of all patterns and colors, silk for festoons fringes for do., silk and worsted Tufts, holdei tassels, broad and narrow Laces, tufting but tons of all colors, tufting and band nails.-J as Mantillas, Capes, Joscs, ladit lacKS ot all bizes, brass and silver knobs, jap panned brass and silver glass frames. Coach handles and locks, bolts of all sizes, screws do., Springs, Axels, top props and capped Nuts castings of all kinds. Also a good assortmen' of Blacksmith's tools, Coach varnish, Paints Leads &c. Also Buggy and Wagon hubs turned spokes and bent shafts and rims, Buggy poles and bows, and coach poles. We also manufacture wagons for four or two horses, Pedlar wagons. Drays, Ox Wagons and Carts. Dray and wagon Harness, and ars, keep constantly on hand Trace Chains, Collars, Bridl -s, whips and all heavy articles usedffbr such purpose-. All of which we offer for sale on reasonable terms for cash or approved credit. Persons wishing any thing in our line, will find to their interest to call and examine our stock before pure-hashing elsewhere. REPAIRING of all kinds connected with our business, done with neatness aud dispatch, and all order for new work thankfully receiv ed and satisfaction given. April 20th, 1853. 8PRIHO GOODS. IVrOW that our stock of Spring Goods jn -Ll complete, we may safely invite our friends and the public in general to pay us a visit and examine for themselves. As to the cheapness and quality of our we do not hesitate to cay that no one can com pete with us wholesale or retail for the follow -lug articles : Barege, Plain Colored aftd figured, Rich Robes, " first and second motfrntng, French Lawns, Jaconets and Organdies, American l f " Swiss Muslins, Plain, dotted and embroidered, White and colored robes. Plaid, checked and Striped Cambrics, P M Swiss Muslins, Plaid Muslins for curtains and bars, embroidered and Jacquard, Curtaius white and colored, Calicoes, Turkey Red and Buff, Ginghams, small and large checks, PRINTS. American, French and English, from the most renowned manufactures, Nettings Linen and cotton for bars, White Bobinef. for Bars, White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-4 Irish Linens for Shining, pure flax, French "12-4," fnr sheeting, pure flax, Table Linens, Darnaskt.-d, White and Br'wn, Table Cloths, p'ain, in sett. Linen, Diapers, Bird's eye, Russia, Cotton Diapers, Brown linen damask by the yard. Summer Silks Checked, Plaid snd Plain, Black and changeable colors. Crape Black, Pink," U hite and BnfT. French Embroideries just from Paris, such cot- A. M. HARDIN. M J HAYNES Hardin & Haynes. Dealers in Produce, Groceries, Staple floods Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Su- f ar, Coffee, Flour, Pork, Bacon, Molasses, al, Spices, Soap, Starch, Shot, Gunpowder, Indigo, Bagging Rope and Twine, White Lead, Quinine, 4-c. die. Yazoo City, Hiss. Nearly opposite P. O'Donnell. P.S. We are prepared to furnish all kinds ot supplies to Planters, and make Cash advan ces on Cotton consigned to our friends in N Orleans. Messrs. OAKEY" & HAWKINS. 27th 1851. BROWN & AVERY, Next door above the Bank building Main Street Yazoo city KEEP constantly on hand an extensive as sortment of all kinds of tin-ware. They are man act-tri ng a le article of shower baths and bathing-tubs. They keep alwnys a large supply of cooking and parlor stoves,- all ef which they will offer as chead or cheaper than they can be purohased in this region They are prepared to do ail 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 cry, August 20th 1851 ly Cfreat 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, Diarrhcen, Bloody Flux, t holera Infantum, Summer complaint, Deliri um Tremens, Sick Stomach, Loss of Appetite. Irritable nerves ami cramp Colic. The above remedy is tor snle ;it the Drug Store of M h N N & A NDU EWS, Yuzoo City, Miss. Where abundtnt testimony of its virtue from high sources, can be seen. April 27, 1853. ettes, undersleeves, capes and Lew Black and white, Silk, Thread, Val CBciaBff and cotton. BLACK SILK LACE VEILS, Ribbons, Gloves i let. Kid, Silk, Thread and ton, for mipse , ladies and gents. Handkerchiefs Plain and bordered linen cambiic, Silk, Coral), Pongee, &c. Craiats Black Siik, and Batiste. Suspen ders of all qualities. White cotton Fringes. Madras Handkerchiefs. Cotton Foulards. Hosiery Ladies white, Black and colored cotton, lisle, thread and silk, slain, embioi dered and open worked, French grey Cotton Hose. Children's cotton hose, of all colors and sizes, Men's co .ton, white, brown, mixed half hose, " Drawers anu undershirts, 44 Silk " Linen bosom Shirts at all prices, Fancy colore J M Ladies Gaiters, black Bilk and lasting, ' M colored" M Shoes, kid and morocco, black and col'd Bootees, ' . Slippers " " Men's Slippers, tapestry and morocco, " Shoes, patent leather, lasting, dtc. " Koftsouih Boots, Misses Gaiters of all descriptions, Boy's Shoer of all s z s, Children's shoes of all colors. Perfumery The largest, best and cheapest assortment in the city of Vicksburg. AL&u At all times on hand a good lot Clothing, plantation goods, linen and checks, plaids, striped, cottonades, line iings, white, brown and colored. bleached and unbleached. domes i s. White and brown cotton drills. 4-4. 5 104, 12-4, brown and white sheetings ; riats. caps, olc, ate. Mattings white and checked 4-4,5 4 0-4. MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, March 10, 1853. of 4.0- Co partner ship Notice, MR. WILLIAM M. P1NCKARD, forme of Vfcksburg, Miss., became a mem of the Firm tf ''Geokoe M. Fjnckabd & C on the 4th April last. The COTTON FACTC AGE ami COMMISSION BUSINESS will conducted as heretofore, under the same St and Firm, at No. 110 Camp Street, N Orleans. GEO. M. PINCKARD, HENRY A. CAIRNK WM. M. PINCKARD. 07-Messrs. E. D. Downs & Co will act our agents at Vicksburg, Miss., and are pr f ed to make Cash Advances, nd furnish -plies to Planters Shipping Cotton to our Hoi UKO. M. PINCKARD & New Orleans, June 15, !853-0m. Going to New Orleans. 'it-be to. Jewelry & Music Store, H- C. TYLER, MAIN ST. THE COMM NEXT DOOR TO EftCIAL BANK. HAS on hand a good assor 1 oent of al kinds of Jewelry e.ud Fane jroods, and willconstantly be supplied with t most fash onble styles and patterns from I ie North. WATCHES Sc JEWELRY RE PAIRED if WARRANTED. Piano Fortes. H. C. T., &. Co., are agent forthe sale of the "Horst pattent Ion Pianos which are the best pianos now manufactured forthe Southern Cli mate. Also for Adam Stoddart's pianos. In struction books of all kinds. A good assort ment of sheet music. Violins and Accorde ods. Strings for Guitar and Violin. Yazoo City, Dec. 11-1852-tf. The Old Cheap Store Matting. TjyE have ju it received an invoice of Mattings, which we offer for sale cheaper than ever hey were sold in this market. Although this article is very scarce in Vicksburg, our prices will be found very moderate. Our stock con sists of 2,000 yards 6-4 White ; 2,000 " 5-4 2,000 " 4-4 " 2,000 4-4 Checked ,r- , u MICHON & SARRAT. Vicksburg, Feb 9. 1853. Shropshire and Massev nDv rTnno urn n . . . . J MERC HANTS. Yazoo City, Mississippi, Tune 22, 1853. 7 FP ' ADVANCES. THE underfilled will make liberal advances on Cotton, shipped to Messrs. Post & Mel, New Orleans, SHROPSHIRE & MAS 7EY June 22, 1853. PURCHASE YOUR CLOTHING ALFRED MUNROE & CO., 34 Maga zine Street. The great feature with them is, the large stock always kept, of Gentlemen's, Bovs', and Chil dren's Clothing also Furnishing Goods. At this house, the price of every article is mai upon it. 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, the money will be refunded on its being returned. Np trouble to show goods vith them, as their whole object is to please those who favor them with a call Overcoats of every description. Walking Coats of all kinds. Business Coats of all kinds. Dress and Feock Coats of all kin Cloth Cloaks of various qualitit Talma ano Khaban Cloaks, new article. Pantaloons of all kinds. Vests of all kinds. Undershirts and Drawees of ail kinds. Half Hose and Guves of all kinds. Cotton and Linen Shirts of all kinds. Cravats and Scarfs magnificent assortment. Handkerchiefs and Suspenders. ALSO A Terry superb assortment of BOY'S $ CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. To Steamboat captaius, Pilots, Etc. COYour particular attention isinvi; our very large assortment of Overcoats of Every Description. FUR REAVERS, HIMALAYA CLOT HA HEAVY PILOT CLOTHS, DEVON -- 4 SHIRE KERSEYS, SUPERIOR ' BLANKETS, MOTTLED BEAVERS, WHITNEY CLOTHS. ETC. In all of which goods we have some EXTRA LONG COAT8, manufaotn OCT" You had belt you want something cornf ALFR ED cat 1 ai Dec. 15, 1852.-1 y 34 Maga THRESH Buckwheat 1 es Buckwheat, 20 K Jan. II, 1&.31.