Tlie State of Mississippi, )
YAZOO COUNTY, 7 (
PROBATE COURT MAY TERM, 1654.
7b all persons interested in the Estate erf
Benj. Lewis, late of said county deceased.
IN the matter of the application of
Mary Lewis, administratrix, and Albert G.
Wilkinson, administrator, of Benjamin Lewis,
dee'd, for leave to make a final settlement of
their account, and surrender of their letters as
Administrators as aforesaid.
On reading and filing the petition of said
Administrators, this day prcfered. It was or
dered by the Court, that said Administrators
give notice of said application, to be heard and
determined at the next June Term of suid Court
and that citation issue to Benjamin L. Flow
ers and to Win. H. Bell, Guardian ad litem for
Addison Flowers, Benjamin L. Applewhite and
Benjamin L. Forlinberry, to Yazoo county and
that publication of said citation as to the par
ties aforesaid and all otheis the unknown non
resident heirs and distributees of said estate, be
made in the Yazoo Democrat for four weeks' suc
cessively, to be and appear at the said June
Term, 1854, of our Court of Probates aforesaid,
then and there to show cause if any they have
or can why said final settlement and surrender
of Letters should not be allowed.
WITNESS, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkin
son, Judge f said Court the 4th
Monday f May, A. D. 1651, and
seal ot said Court. Issued 25ih
May, A. D. 1851. WM.'H. BELL,
May 31, 1854 30-5t.
The State of Mississippi,
Yazoo County, )
PROBATE COURT MAY TERM, 1851.
AGREEABLY" to an order ol the Probate
Court of said county Notice is hereby
given to all persons interested n the lands,
tenements and hereditaments of Theophilus P.
Pritchard, dee'd. to be and appear before the
Probate Court of said county, to be held on
the fourth Monday of June next, then and
thsre to show cause, if any they can, why an
order should.not.be made for the sale of.tbe real
estate of said deceased, lying; and being in
the County of Yazoo aed State of Mississippi,
known as the West-half of Section 2'2 and the
South-East quarter of Section 21, Township 9,
Range 2 West, the North-West quarter and
the North-East quarter and the South-West
quarter of Section Xil and East half North-East
quarter ofSeetion 20. Township 9, Range 2
West, know as the Quattleborn Plantation.
It is further ordered that publication of this
citation be made in the Yazoo Democrat, a
newspaper published in Yazoo city for 4 weeks.
Witness, Hon. Geo. B. Wilkinson, Judge
of said Court, the 4th Monday in May,
1854, and seal of said Court. Issued g9ih
davof M y, A. D. 1854.
WM. H. BELL, Clerk.
May 31, 1354-30-5t.
AT the June. Term ot the Honorable Probate
Court of Yazoo County, 1 shall present my
anuual accouut, as Administrator of Warrick
Blister dee'd, to said Court for allowance.
V. H. FUGATE, Admr.
May 31, 1354-30.
BY Virtue of an order of the Hon. Probate
Court of Yazoo county, State of Miss,
made at the May Term thereof, A. D. 1954,
the undersigned, as Guardian of Amazon A.
Michie, a minor will on MONDAY the
THIRD day of JULY next, sell at public
auction, tothe highest bidder or bidders, on a
credit of twelve months from the day of sale,
tit the door of the Court House of said county,
between the hours prescribed by law, all ol
the following lands situated, lying and be ing
in the county of Yazoo, State of Mississippi,
and belonging to said minor, 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 eat
fcoundarv of west-half south-east quarter Sec
tion 14, and west-half north-east quarter Sec
tion 23, all in Township 10, Range 1 East.
J. J. MICHIE, Guardian.
May 31, 1354-30-tds.
Chas. C. Tucker, et ux et all In the Middle
87. vs District Chancery
M. W. Davenport, et at y Court.
UNDER, and by Virtue of a decree of the
Hon., the Middle District Chancery Court
of the State of Mississippi, rendered at the April
Term 1854 thereof I will, on- MONDAY the
THIRD day of JULY next ensuing, as Commis
sioner of sdid court, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, upon a credit of
twelve months, before the court house door of
Yazoo county in Yazoo city, to-wit : The west
half of Section 27, Township 13, Range 4 west,
also one hundred acres of the East-half of same
Section, Township and Range, situared on the
west side of Silver Creek, lying and being in
Yazoo county, State of Mississippi, being the
Lambeth Plantation on Silver Creek. Bonds
with undoubted personal security will be re
quired of the purchaser.
J. M. HOLLINGS WORTH, Com'r.
May 31, 185t-30-tds.
THE above named Hotel, situated on Main
St , Yazoo City, has been thoroughly reno
vated and refitted by the subscriber, and every
improvement conducive to the comfort and ac
commodation of visitors added. The citizens
of this and adjoining counties and travelling
community generally are informed, that the ut
most attention of the proprietor will bs given
to the establishment, and no attention will be
wanting, nor expense spared to render unexcep
tionable to visitors. Next to the fare which
will be of the best that the market affords, the
subscriber would state that the sleeping apart
ments have been the object of his special atten
tion. The bed rooms have been thoroughly
cleansed, and new bedtting supplied, and careful I
and attentive servants always at command. He
solicits the pationage of the public upon the be
ief that entire satisfaction will be given.
May 24, 1854. A. B. JOHNSON.
JLtatcst from the Danube.
1 Gross Hoolland's German Bitters,
Rogers' Liverwort and Tar.
Bryan's Pulmonic "Wafers,
Brown's Essence Jamaica Gin
ger, Sulphate Morphine.
Nitrate Silver Crystalized,
India-Rubber Breast Pipes.
P, B. COOK & CO.
1854,-25. . .
WE have on hand a good second handed
Buggy which we will give o great bargain
la. termsmoderate. WOOD & BROWN.
Yazoo City, May 3, 1854.
jTCMRSWHM) Jose Frase's "Segars, Just
V; received and for h-iIq by
f trb, 22, 1854. W. DA BBS.
Ht. WILSON, M. D.
is r un in dm
PETER B. COOK & Co,
Medicines, Chemicals, Books, Stationery
OFFER for sale to Merchants, Planters and
Physicians, on the most liberal termn, a
large and well selected Stock of PRUtrS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY'.
&c. &c. consisting in part of the lollowirg ar
ticles ; all articles sold by us are guaranteed
fresh and genuine :
Qunine, Calomel. Rhubarb, Opium, Ipecac,
Magnesia, Blue Mass, Epsom Salts,
Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Morphine, Strychnine,
Calisaya Bark, Mustard, Alcohol, Tapioca,
Cream Tartar, TeavlSoda, Linseed Oil,
Copal, Japan and White Varnish, Soda,
Saleratus, Snake Root, Window Glass
Putty , Brushes, Pearl Ashes, Hemp Seed Glue
Tartaric acid, Citric acid. Oil Vitrol.
Sweet Spirits Nitre, aq. Ammonia,
Muratic and Nitric acids, powdered Alum,
Chloroform, Dover's Powders, Glycerine,
Lu ar caustic, Tannin, Veratria. Salicine
Cologne Waters, from best manufacturers.
Orange Flower Water, Bay Water.
L.ubm s Extracts, of every variety.
Hnule'a Extracts, Sonps and Perfumes.
Hair Brushes, Nail Brushes, Tooth Brushes
Tooth Powders and Soaps, Buffalo combs,
'Toilet Sponges, hatr Straps.
Rirry's Tricopherous, Lyon's Kathairon.
Low's Windsor Soap, Jone's Lily White.
Shaving creams of all descriptions,
Bilsam and Cough Remedies.
Ayre's Cherry Pectoral, Syrup Wild Cherry,
Wistar's Balsam, Schenck's Pulmonic syrup,
Gum Drops, Roger's Liverwort and Tar.
Bryant's PuUnonic Wafers.
Agents for all Patent medicines in genera! use.
All orders and prescriptions sent to us, will
be put up wiih neatness, dispatch and accuracy,
at all hours. We otfer also a large stock of
Panta'.ion, Thompso!iin and select Medicines;
all of which willbe sold' to punctual customers
on liberal terms, on the usual time, and lower
for cash, than any house South of Meson's &
Dixon 's Line.
Thankful to our friends and a generous pub
lic, for past favors, we are determined to ren
der ourselves worthy of future patronage.
Yazoo city, Main Street, April 7, 1854.
N. B. We always keep on hand a Inrge
supply of choice Brandies, and Wines for med
icinal purposes. x. B. C. & CO.
Cr racier and 59 Common sts..
January 25, 1851, 12-ly.
COOPER'S WELL WATER
IN 5 gallon Demijohns, can always be found
at the Druff Store of THOMPSON &. CO.
Yazoo City, March 8, 1851-6m.
M. B. WOLFK & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Will make liberal advances on consignments
Yazoo city, Jan. 4, 1S54.
' Look before you leap,
And buy where you can buy cheap;" '
13 an o'er true maxim, and is truly proven to
all who call upon
To purchase Goods for, to all intents and pur
poses, he proves to a demonstration that the
' ' Nimble Sixpence is better than the Slow
Shilling ! "
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
3E ia "2 3& CS CS LS 3
Of the latest manufacture and importation.
R E AM - MA D E CLOTHING
And GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of all
HArS, CAPS, B OTS, AD SHOES
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c,
all or which he is prepared to sell at the low
est manufac'iurinor prices.
And as Dr. Franklin of old, trapped the light
ning and corked it up in bottles, 60 will I,
Louis Franklin, pocket your dimes, by the
Bate ot tne nest anu cheapest uoods ever
brought into this market,
So look to your interest, one and all,
Before purchasing. elsewheie give me a call.
Yazoo City, March 22, l54-ly.
UST received and for sale, a splendid c$
" assorlment of Masonic and Odd Fel- 2jCi
low's Regalias, consisting in part as lot
lows r 10 Sets 5th Degree, painted Regalia,
12 " painted and emb'd. do Extra.
8 Masonic Aprons,
1 Set Roval Arch Extra fine,
together with a general assortment of fancy dry
goods of all colors and qualities, which we will
fell low lor casn or to punctual paving purcna
sers. WOOD & BROWN.
Yazoo City, May 3, 1854.
THE ARTESIAN SPRINGS,
Madison Co., Miss., 22 miles N. W. of Canton,
WILL BE OPEN FOB
Reception of Company on the 1st May.
M. I. MAINE, Manager,
late of the St. Charles Hotel, N, O.
fX3 The water is a Carbonated Chalybeate.
Q$r A band of Music from Odd Fellow's Hall
has been engaged.
07- A Hack will leave Canton every morning
tor the springs. .Board J v week.
April 19, 1:54-24
River Land For Sale.
A TRACT of 450 acres of land on the
m. iaiuu niver near misplace w acres
cleared and 75 acres deadened and -partlv
cleared, mostly high and rich with good site
lor wooa yarn, win be soMou good' terms.
Apply to JAS. THARP.
Yazoo City, March 22, 1854-20-4t.
"JUST received in addition to ottr al-
ready large variety of home grown Seed, a
line collection from Europe. C.italojyuos fur
nished. Also a small lot of Garden Tools,
comprising a good variety, which cannot be
found in our City Hard-Ware Stores.
HATCH & CO., Vickhbnrg, Mise.
March 15, 1854-19.
AMS- 4 Tierce extra su
dec 21. for sale by
A TEACHER folly competent to give instruc
tion in the higher branches of English litera
ture. Any one so qualified can obtain a good sal
ary by immediate application to Douglas S. King
or R. M. Swayze, nine miles east of Benton, or
by addressing either of them at Benton, Miss.
None need apply wdess fully competent.
May 24th, 1651-tf.
-i 1 1 , i in ir - .... -
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Pkobate Court May Term, 1854.
To all persons interested in the lands, tene
ments and hereditaments of Theopilus Off
IT having been suggested to our Court
of Probates for Yazoo county, State of Mis
sissippi, by Wade H. Mills, Guardian of Eliza
beth Ogdjn and Lucy Ogden, minors. and heirs of
Theopilus Ogden deceased, and husband to the
late widow of said decedent, that it will be to
the interest of the heirs ot said dacedent to sell
the following lands belonging to the es'ate of
said decedent, lying in Yazoo county, Stale afore
said, to wit :
The west-half of south-east quarter and east
half of so.ith-east quarter of Section 12, Town
ship 9, Range 2 west. Also east-half South
west quarter and north half of west half of
South-vest quarter of Section 7. Also north
east quarter of north-west quarter of Section
18, Township 9, Range 2 west. Also south
half of west-half of south-west quarter Sec
tion 7, Township 9, Range 2 west. It was
thereupon ordesed by the Court that citalion
issue to Wm. H, Bell, Guardian ad litem to
Elizabeth Ocien and Xiuoy Ogden minors, to
Yazoo county and Mary Jane Mills to Madison
county, to be and appear at the next Tune
Term 1854, of our Court of Probates, there
and then too shew cause if any they have or
can why an order should not be made for the
sale of the above described lands.
And it is further ordered by the Court, that
publication of this citation be made in the Ya
zoo Democrat for the space of four weekr.
Witness, Hon. Ceo. B. Wilkinson, Judge
of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the 4th
Monday in May, 1854, and seal of said court.
Issued the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1854.
WM. 11. BELL, Clerk.
May 24, 1854-29-5t.
Plantation for Sale.
AVE are authorized to sell a highly
TT improved Plantation, lying near Yazoo
City, containing 1180 acres of land, 350 of
which are cleared, bottom land and very produc
tive. This is one of fhe most valuable planta
tions in the county. Also 10 or 12 hands, with
a large stock of horses, mules, cattle and hogs,
if desired by the purchaser Terms easy.
AloO another plantation, lying b miles east ol
Benton, c ntaimng 1900 acres. 1000 acres clear
ed, good improvements &c. This is a very pro
ductive upland place, and will be sold very low
and upon liberal terms. Apply to
Attorneys at Law, Yazoo City, Miss,
May 17, 1854 28-lf.
1 GROSS Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
J " India Cholagogue,
h P. Davis' Pain-Killer.
1 W B. Frtrrell's Arabian Liniment,
1 " Rad way's Read Regulators,
$ " Hebrew Plaster,
2 " Barry's Tricopherous,
"1 " Butler's Nerve & Bone Liniment,
4 " B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
2 DOZ. Arnold's Superior Copying Ink,
-2 " Carmine Ink, Superfine,
12 " Cox's Tatent Refined Sparkling
4 LBS. Tanzey Herb,
8 " Catnip "
10 u Boneset "
10 " Lobelia "
10 " Foxglove "
For sale low, for cash, by
COOK & CO.
A NEW TIN SHOP.
W. L. STANFORD,
COPPER, TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKER,
Next door to Powell Hilliards, Main Street,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
THE subscriber has on hand a good assort
ment of Tin-Ware, embracing every article
t - i i 1 1 f i
in common use, ne win sen low ior casn, pay
strict attention to fill ins ot orders, put up
House Gutters, Roof buildings with Tin, Cop-
tier or Zmc. Also, repair or manufacture auv
artice of Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper or Zinc.
Patent Shower Baths.
The subscriber has one of the most valuable
inventions ever offered to the public: conduc
tive to the use of which the blood is kept in free
circulation and in a pure state, consequently all
tnose diseases arising from an impure stated
the blood ere prevented. The Mechanical ar
rangement of this Bath is constructed in the
best possible manner for convenience, cheapness,
and durability, and superior to any of this na
ture now in use.
Cull and see it, where the subscriber offers for
sale county rights to a very great advantage to
purchasers. Also Hip and" Bathing Tubs.
May 10, 1854-tj. W. L. STANFORD.
A T the June Term 1854, of the Hon.
xL Probate Court of Yazoo county, State of
Mississippi, I will, as Administrator of the es
tate of Wm. Mclntyre deceased, present my
annual account for settlement and allowance.
May 10, 1854-27-5t Admr.
IIIGOiarilOTHAM & CO.
WE the Undersigned have formed a partner
ship for thepurpose of transacting a general
Produce, Grocery and Liquor business. We
will keep constantly on hand a general assort
ment of famil v groceries, Wines, Brandies
Hardware. Cutlerv and Queensware which
wo will sell verv low.
" T. T. HIGG 1NBOTHAM.
O. W. HENDERSON.
January 18, 1854- ly.
Town Property for Sale.
T WISH to sell my House and Lot in Yazoo
J. City, it is situated in the most convenient
part of the Town, and in a pleasant and agree
able neighborhood ; it is a corner lot fronting
on two well, improved s creets and will suit
business or orotessional gentleman as a resi
dence. (April 19, '54-24-31) D. JONES.
POWELL & BILLIARDS
Carnage Repository and Manufactory
Mam Street, Yazoo Citv, Miss.
HERE can be found at all
times, a large assortment of
Coaeties, Barouches, Koekaways,
and Uuzgies of every Triety and style, together
with a large and well selected stock of Saddles,
Harnesr, Bridles, Whips, Collars, Trunks, Bitts,
Stirup Irons and Fly-Netts. Coach maker's and
Saddler's Trimmings, such as Laces, Leathers,
Oil, Varnish, Springs, Axels, and every variety
of articles balonging to the business, for sale low.
R. B. POWELL.
May 3, 1854-ly.
YELLOW DOCK AND SAR3 APARILLA
IS NOW PUT UP IS THE LARGEST SIZED BOTTEL8,
AND IS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST SAR
SA PA BILL A MADE, AS IS CERTIFIED BY THE WON
DERFUL CURES IT HAS PEE.FORMF.D, THE ORIGI
NAL COPIES WHICH ARE IN THE POSSESSION OF
THE PROPRIETOR. REMEMBER, THIS IS THE ON
LY TRUE AND ORIGINAL ARTICLE.
Scrofula, Syphilis, Mercurial Complaints,
Gangrene, Rheumtrti&m, and a vast variety of
other diseases are speedily and perfectly cured
bv Ihe use of this medicine.
READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE.
Tallapoosa Co., Ala. Jan. 2, 1852.
Dear Sir I send you this to certify to
you that your Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla has performed one ol the most
wonderful cures on me that has ever been ef
fected on man.
I have been afflicted for forty years with
eruptions on my legs and feet ; in 1848 they
got so bad that I had to go on cru'.ches, and ir
1849 I had one 'eg amputated above the knee,
Iu about nine mouths after my other leg broke
out in lnrge eating sores from my knee to my
foot, and discharged a great deal of offensive
matter. My groin also broke out in large bilcf
which discharged much offensive matter, ad
ot the same time my left hand broke out in
large running sores nearly to my elbow.
The misery that I have suffered for the last
two years I cannot describe to you. I was in
sueh agony that I never rested day or night.
In October last my son brought me one of
your bottle wrappers ; I read it. and found re
cord of some wondeiful cures performed by
your 44 Extract ot Yellow Dock and Sarsaoa
rilla," I siit and got two bottles of it, and
commenced taking it. In two weeks, to my
great astonishment, my 6ores all became eisy
and I could sleep all night, a thing I had not
done for two years. When 1 had taken fix
bottles, my sores had nearly all healed. My
sores got well as if by enchantment. I have
now used in all eight "bottles of your "Extract
of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," and I now
consider myself well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this med
icine, f r I believe it will cure any known dis
ease in the world. Lay aside all prejudice
and just try it, and proclaim its great worth to
suffering mankind and entreat them to 'take it,
for it will cure them.
My case is well known in a large portion of
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, and if
any should doubt the above cure, I invite them
io call on me, and I will show them the scars.
I can be found in Tallapoosa Co,, Alabama,
one mile from Ste's Ferry,
REN A J AH HUGHES.
The Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is pecu
liarly adapted for females of delicate health,
resulting from irregularity of menstrual dis
charges, and other diseases peculiar to their
sex. The proprietor has in liis possession a
great nnmber of certificates of cures, perform
ed of the above description. We assure the
afflicted, that a bottle or two of Dr, Guysotfa
Extract ofYellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will
at once regulate those difficulties and renew
the natural energies.
03 Put up in quart bottles Price $1 per
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
St'OVIJj & .HEAD,
111 Chartres Street, N. O.
General .gents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders must be addressed.
Sold also by C T. MACVN & CO.,
Yazoo Citv, aut by agents in every town lit
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Worker.
STO VES ! STO V ES !
THE subscriber is now in receipt of a large
and very superior lot of Stoves of the
most improved patterns, selected by himself
from the celebrated manufactory of D. & J.
Wright & Co., Louisvill, Among which are
rremium Cooking Stoves ox tne most impro
ved patterns, and all sizes, with fim iture com
plete; Union No. 1 to 3 rremium ino. l to o.
Steamboat end Franklins Star ranklins lor
wood or coal ; Wood Ranges; open and fluted
Coureons &c, together with Castings, lea
Kettles, Sauce Pans, Gridirons, Furnaces,
Grates, Brass Kettles, Dog Irons, Sad Irons &c.
WOODEN-WARE, HARD-WARE &c.
Tubs, painted Buckets, Churns, coffee MiHs,
Dippers, Well JJucKets, ice rreeze re, zon
ing Pins, wood Saws, Brooms, a superior lot
of Zinc, Premium Washboards, Sieves, Faw
cets. Spades, Shovels, Chest and Trunk
Bird Cages Mocking, Canary Bird, &c.
CISTERN PUMPS Douglass patent, a su
perior article ; Beer Pumps, improved pattern.
TIN WARE A very full assortment ot nis
own manufacture, embracing every article in
the line, together in Tin Plate, Block imBiocK
and Sheet Zinc, Pig and Sheet Lead, Spelter
Solder, Rivets, Copper Wire, Lead and copper
Pipe. Tin, copper and Sheet iron vvorK,
mstfln tn oi der : buildinff roofed with copper,
Zinc, or Tin ; Tin Gutters and Spouts made ccc.
Also, on handalotof fare brick anu nre ciay.
Renairs of ali kinds, in the above line, done
on the shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
Orders solicited and strictly attended to.
Next door to Duff Green, Crawford St.
Vicksburg, April 12, 1854-ly
AN UNEQUALED ASSORTMENT OF
F. W. BATTAILE
INVITES an examination of his present su
perb assortment of fashionable
SPUING Sc SUMMER CLOTHING
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Light Cloth and Cashmaret Dress, and Prock
Drab d'eta aad Alpacca Dress Frock Sack Coats
Black Doeskin and Drab d'eta rants;
Fancy Cassimere and Linnen 44
Fancy Silks, Srtiris and Marseilles Vests :
Hats, Caps, Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Cloves,
Cravats, together with a well selected stock of
Cashmere and Cassimere Cloths of all colors.
Plain and Fancy Linen and Cotton ad e Goods of
superior quality a beautiiul assortment of
Vestings, which will be made up to order, by
competent and experienced woramen.
He has also a large and beautiful stock of
to which he wishesto invite the attention of!he
LADIES, as it combines every variety of style
and size, made up in neatly, and in a manner
to insure durability.
April 12, 1854-23.
VICKSBURG CHEAP STORE.
P. J. MIC HON & 8ARRAT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Dry-Gdads, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats ana uaps,
AT IMPORTERS PRICES
ft, n M. EMA VEUS Drue dr J. PEA L'8
Joint House in New-Orleans, 21 Magazine-St
For l tie rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, II0ARSEISESS,
BRONCHITIS, WH00PIIVG-C01 CH,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
THIS remedy si offered to the community
with the confidence we feci in an article
which seldom fails to realize the happiest ef
fects that can be desired. So wide is the field
of its usefulness and so numerous the cases of
its cures, that almost every eection of the coun
try abounds in persons, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and even
desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use.
When one tried, its superiority over every
other medicine of its kind, is too apparent to
escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hefeitate what an
tidote to employ for the distressing and dan
gerous affections of the pulmonary organs,
which are incident to our climate.
Nothing has called louder for Hie earnest
enquiry of medical men, than the alarming
prevalence and fatality of consumptive com
plaints, nor has any one class of diseases had
more of their investigation and care. But aa
yet no adequate remedy had been provided,
on which the public could depend for protec
tion from attacks upon the respiratory organs,
until the introduction of the Cuekry Pecto
ral. This article is the product of a long, la
borious, and I believe successful endeavor, to
furnish the community with such a remedy.
Of this last statement the American people are
low themselves prepared to judge, and, I ap
peal with confidence to their decision, if
there is any dependence to be placed in what
men of every class and station certify it is done
for theai, if we can trust our own senses,
when we see dangerous affections of the throat
and lungs yield to it, if we can depend on
the assurance of intelligent Physicians, who
make it their business to know, in short, if
there is any reliance upon anything, then it is
irrefutably proven that this medicine does re
lieve and does cure the class of diseases it is
designed for, beyond any and all others that
are known to mankind. If this be true, it
cannot be too freely publhdicd, nor be loo
widely known. The afflicted should know it.
A remedy that cures, is priceless to theflt.
Parents should know it, their children are
priceless to them. All should know it, for
health can he priced to no one. Not only
should it be circulated here, but everywhere,
not only in this country, but in all countries,
How faithfully we have acted on this convic
tion, i shown in the fact that already this ar
ticle has made the circle of the globe. The
sun never sets on its limits. Nq contingent is
without ir, and but few people. Although
not in so general use in other nations as in
this, it is employed by the more intelligent in
almost all civilized countries. It is extensive
ly employed in both Americas ih Europe,
Asia, Africa, Australia and the far off islands
of the sea. Life is as dear to its possessors
there as here, and they grasp at a valuable
remedy with even more avidity. Unlike most
preparations of its Hijpfefit is an expensive
composition of cosJy material, Still It i af
forded to the public at a reasonably low price,
and what is of vastly more importance to them,
is quality is never suffered to decline from
its original standard of excellence. Every
bottle of this medicine, now manufactured, is
as good as ever has been made heretofore, or
as we are capable of making. No toil or cost
is snared, in maintaining it in the best perfec
tion which It is possible to produce. Hence
the patient who procures the genuine Cherry
Pectoral, can rely on having as good an ar
ticle as has ever been had by those who testify
to its cures.
By pursuing this course, I have the hope of
doing some good in the world, as well as the
satisfaction of believing that mi eh has been
Prepared by J. C. AYEK, Chemist, Low
Sold bv all Druggists in Yazoo Ciiy, and by
Dealers generally throughout the U. States,
Wm. A. Wilkinson, et. al. ") In the Mid District
70. vs Chancery Couitof
Mary Ridout, et. at. ) the State of Miss.
TTNDER and by Virtue of a Decree of
U the Middle District Chancery Court ot tne
State of Mississippi, rendered at the April Term
. .. .11 -tvt r-v ? .1 OO.U -1 - -
lbl tnereoi l win on muiiuai me jui uj
of Mav next ensuing, as Commissioner of said
Court, proceed to sen ai puuuc aucuun, io u it
highest bidder, upon a credit of nine months,
betore the court nouseuooroi lotw Luuutj u
Yazoo city, an undivided mouy or nan mieresi
in and to the following described lands, situated
lying and being m lazoo county, to wit: &outn
east quarter, and nortn-easi quirw r, anu eusi-
half ot nortu-west quarter oi octuvu , vcoi
half of north-west quarter, west-half of south
west quarter and west halt ot east nan oi soum
west quarter of Section 4, ail in Township 10,
Range 1 West, (being 300 acres.)
Bonds with undoubted security will be re
quired of the purchaser or purchasers.
Yazoo City, April 26, 1854-25-ids. Com r.
TO PLANTERS & WOOL GROWERS.
WE will pay the highest cash
price for Dry and Salted
tripsin is rem or small quantities. 1
Also for Washed or unwashed WooL on appli
cation at the Auction Room of
M. B. WOLFE & Cd.
Yazoo City, March 8, 1854-tf.
China Street, VicUstourg , Mississippi
IN ADDITION to our stock, we have receiv
ed a large lot of Italian Marble, direct from
Italy, in block and slab ; also, the finest quality
of American. Wehavo alao a large, varied
and splendid lot, finished off, ready for engrav
inff. The finest quality of Monuments, Tombs, I
Head and Foot Stones, of all sizes, Marble
Mantel Pieces, Caps and Sills for building,
Steps for doorways, and every thing in the
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 for sale at prices ranging from $50
to $300. GAMBLE & SKATES.
March 29, 1854-ly
MIC HO & SARRAT'S
OLD CHEAP STORE;
S again fiillc'd with a full choicoof SPRINC
and SUMMER COODS. Liidiesof Vick-
urtr and from the country will find the articles
ffer'd to be cheap, new and good. We have
no doubt we will prove to all that we still keep
up our name of the eheapet store in toton.
will show a large assoitment of
SILKS Striped, Checked, Plr.iu, C
ble Taffeta 9 -all colors , Plain and fig'd
Tffetaa , Florence Silks.
BAYADERES India Silk Mmdin
chocked and plain ; Rich satin striped
Storages ; solid colors, in all snades, Ho rage ;
French printed Swiss; Printed Hrillinnten
French printed Jaconets J French Ginghama;
checked Swiss4, checked Cambricks; corded
Dimity : Percale T rappee.
KIBHONS Hlnck folk tWt
GloveH French colored illt U
silk lace Veil ; black and whit' I
net Crape all colora , J'aralola,
EMBROIDERIES Fine French
Handkerchiefs; fine French workei
em i -cirtH
zettes; French worked Sleeves ; worked 5
worked Caps ; Bandn.
LADIES' SHOES and GAITERS
Hosiery of every description.
GENTS' SUMMER CRAVATS.
Colored bordered linen Handle r hlcfs
foulard Handkerchiefs; white linen
Shirts ; colored linen bosom Shirts ; Sou
Undershirts, spun silk Drawers; fine Shoes,
Sheeting ; Table' Linen Damasks; Jnrquard
Breche Muslin, for cnrtulns ; French Printed
Calico, for Curtains; Linen 4fe C?tton Net
ting, for bars ; Freneh t Curtaius; Muslin
Curtains; Nankeens and Towels.
Planters and country merchants w ill find a
assortment of Lowells, Striped Checks, De
nims, Browg and White Cotton Shirting and
Sheeting, Boots and Shoes. To all we recom
mend of MATTING and CHEAP CARPE
TING. OCT" Joint house in New-Orleats,
Magazine Street? ..
Vicksburff, April Vi, lBo4--tt
CHRONIC Or nervous uebil
1 TY, DISEASE OF THE KID
NEYS, AND ALL DISEA
SES ARISING FROM
S TOM AC 11,
Such as Constipation, inward Piles, Fullnfl
of Blood to the head, Acidiiy of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations. Sinking or Fluttering at ihe
Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
HurrieJ and l)ifflcult Breathing, Fluttering
at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensa-.
tions when in a lying posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs before the Bight, Fe
ver and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellownr-ss of ihe Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Hack. Chest, Limbs,
&c, Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning in
the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil, and
Great Depression of Spirits
Can be effectually cure I by
Celebrated German Bitter?,
f kefareo nr
bit. C IMU JACKSON
No. 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled, if equHed, by any other preparation
in tho United States, as the cures attest, in ma
ny cases, after skillful physicians had failed
These Bitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec
tification of diseases of the Liver and lesser
glands, exercising the moBt searching powers
in weakness and affections of tne digestive or
gans, they are, withal, safe, :crtaih and pleas
ant. READ AND BE CONVINCED.
More Testimony from Alabama in fai- of
DR. HOOFLAND'S celebrated GERMAN BIT
TERS, prepared by DR. C. M. JACKSON, Phil
adelphia. The greatest known remedy for Liv
er Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous
Debility, Disease of the Kidneys, df c. dec.
Dickson & Greek, Alexandria, Ala., Sept. 30,
1852, said: " We have taken pains to introduce
your German Bitters, and we fiud it to be a
very valuable medicine."
C. A. Robinson, Bellefonle, Ala., Jan. 30,
1851, said : "Your medicines must eventually
have a large sale ; all those alio use it in the fall
liked it very much. The people have been much
deceived here by trifling patent nostrums, and
that affects the sale of your valuable Bitters, and
will, until, it becomes known."
C. Fowler, Tuskegee, Ala., January 1, 1851,
said : The Bitters are selling well, and 1 think
they will continue so, as they give good satisfac
tion to those who have used them.
un. n. r. L.EONARO, j? aye ue u. Aia., jan,
15, 53, said. M Your Bitters have done wonder
in this section. A youtlf; a son of G. M. Hub
bert, Esq., of this county, had been for several
months under the care of our best practitioners
vrftthout relief, and the laese repotted doubtful
and the young man, althouah scarci ly able to get
able to get about, commenced with the Bitters.
He louna so much reliel from the nrst Dottle, ne
continued to take, unjil a complete cure was
effected. He is now perfectly well and stout.''
These Bitters are entirely vegetable, thereby
DOssesins ereat advantage over most of the prep
arations recommended for similar diseases.
For sale by dealer in medicine everywhere.
Sold in Yazoo City by d T. MANN & CO.
May 3, 1854.
Attorneys and CmtnseUors at
SOLICITORS IN CHANt
07" Will give their joint attent
iness entrusted to them in the Vi
and Circuit Courts in Yazoo cou
ncery court and Probate Courts in
and the several Courts at Jack
AArhlrPM D. MA YEP,;
fcy Address R. B. MAYEt
May, 3, 1854-ly.
Acres of first elas
K)U cing a portion of the
Bayou Tokaba, fronting one i
sv Title irood. Apply to
HE copartnership he
tween the undersigned
Cook & Brum field,
solved by mutual cc
Yazoo city, ApTil
03" The busines
W TN BOLTED
J for sale by
Vicksburg, April 12, l?54-ly
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