THii YAZOO DEMOCRAT.
J pubitshol W-SSuY, every "Wednesday Morning
at THUS 3 DOLtiAttS-lN ADVAI1C2, or FOUR if net
pai.i rithi oiw memtb from the time of subscribing.
Wo paper will bo disc ant; nn .-i until all arrearages are
paU, oaieesat the o:tifn of the publisher.
T3ItM3 OF AD7-BRTI3IN3.
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Longer ad vert isments the same proportion.
Q. t. GtBES.
GIBBS & BOWMAN
yazoo ciry, Mississippi,
DRACTICE in the Courts of Yazoo and
adjoining coun.ies, and the Courts at Jack
JOXES fc BOWMAN,
YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI.
CdT Office near the Court House." '
January 19, lSot-11-ly.
J VST AITUIYFO,
N UN EQUALED ASSORTMENT OF
F. W. BATTA'fLE
INVITES an examination of hid present su-pr-
rl assortment of f vshhmable
SPUING SUMMER CLOTHING
CONSISTING IN PART OT
Light Cloth and Cashmaret. Dress, and Frock i
Drib d'eta aad Alpicci Drees Frock Sac1 Coats
Blnck Doeskin and Drab d'eta Pants;
Fancy Casftirnero and Linnesi
TT-('o Sxi:t- S!nMne flnit VT i r-ou 1 1 txa Voefe
Hat, Cpi, Shirts, Drtwer, Hosiery, Glove?,
Cravats, toother with a well selected stock of
Ch -i . a i ! C'wsimore Cloths of all colors.
Plain und Fancy Linen and Cottonade.Goods of
superior qualify a beautiful assortment of
Vesting.-, which will be made up to order, by
cornpntnml experienced workmen.
lie has aL-'o a largo and beautiful stock of
to Which he wishosto inT. ite the attention of!he
LADIES, as it combines every variety of style
and .-ie, made nn in neat! v. and in a manner
to insure durability.
April 12. I ii-23.
(zK Acre? of 4nst Class Lnnd, crribra-
))J eing portion of the 16th Section on
JLayou Tok.iba. fronting one mile. Terms ea
sy i t'le g on. Apply to
J. II. LAWRENCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' ILL give prompt attention to nil business
intrusted to him in the Circuit and Probate
Emanuel's Southern Antidote,
4 Remedy for Cholera, Cholera Mnrbtis, Dim
rhcea, SumiHtr Complaint of ChiU
dren, and Dysentery.
Prepared by M. EMANUEL, M. D .
Vn lis burg, Miss.
PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE
A LITTLE consideruMon will stronsiv ira
is pr dure !
i Court? of Yazoo
' 8nd the Supreme
I Yazoo city, De
SO SI N W. W O O I
of Lexington, Mississippi,
7"ILL rorrulnrlv attend the Circuit Court
February 15, 1854-ly
of Yazoo Count v
U liGta, CIS Ha 22 1X1 ,
Attorney and Counsel lorat Laic,
YAZOO CITY. MTSS.
ff7rLL practice in the courts atJVckson,
and the circuit courts of Winston, At-
tniia, Leake, Madison, Yasoo and Holmes
ATI business entrusted to his care wiii re
ccive prompt attention.
January 19th, 1854-tf
S. O. PERKINS,
jet at law,
Benton, Mitsissipi t.
MaV 3, 1854-26-tf
P. C. GOOSEY
ILL practice in iho Circuit Courts t
L-ake. Attala and Holme?; counties, thi
several courts in Yazoo Couutv. and '.he Courts
held at Jackson. May 3. 1S54.
S S 3 S j
J. C. LEWIS & CO.
Ccmraioaioa, Receiving and ForwaraLr:
r..n rj ; jy2lZ Ja. TTTT 9
i.vLERS in Produce. Groceries. Enrrrin'-
Kope, Iron, Casting, NfUs, and Pianta-
Geo, W- BnneU, M. X).
A NEW TIN SHOP.
TV . It m ST A N F O R E ,
COPPER, TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKER,
JVt-x door to Poiczti Tlilliaris, Main Street,
Yazoo City, Mississippi.
mont of Tin Ware, embracing everv article aft-
in winjaon use. he Will sell low for cash, par -L. W,-T '
s tict attention to filling: of orders, put up
House Gutters, R'X)f buildings with' Tin, Coj
pef or Zinc. Atso. repair or minofictu:e any
artice of Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper or Zinc.
Patent Sbovror Baths. i
The subscriber has enc of the most valuable!
inventions ever offered to the pubiic; coruluc- i
tive to the u6e of which the blood is kept in frc;
cireiUatiijn and in a purj state, cons&mentlv all ;
those diseases arising from an impure state oft
the blootl are prevented. The Mechanical
ranjriDaerrt of this Baili is constructed 'in
best jxesible manner for conveniencc,cheaphess,
and durability, and superior to any of this na
ture now in iige.
Call and see it. where the subsctvber offers for
sale cauu'y rights to a very "rent aurtmtege to
purchasers. Also Hip and Ba thing Tubs.
Miv 10. 1851 tj. W. L. STANFORD.
press on the mind the truth
SviftK. It olieu hupnen8, from
that deraugemont of the bowels
which if neglected, may have a
Cholera is still lingering in the Vulley of lh
Mississippi, mysteriously appeariug on stem
boats, plantations and in towns, committhi;
the most frightful ravages, and then passing
away, to reappear at some other place. When
it attacks, its rapid progress is such, that the loss
of a few hours is often the losg of life ; in nura
berless cases, by the the time a physician ;m
reach the patient, his skill will be unavailing.
These considerations have induced the preparer
of the SOUTHERN ANTIDOTE to give it this
publicity; he is well satisfied of itsefhency a- a
remedy against Cholera, and the numrrous and
uflueutiai testimonials which he lias received
from persons of known respectability warrants
mi in pronouncing it the most valuable medi
ifte for the cure of Cholera, Diarrhoea, Cholera
Morbus, Dysentery, and summer complaint of
lurdren, that has yet been presented to ihe pub
ic. It is not deemed necessary to publish more
than the following testimonials, the number
anil respectability of Ihe names beirtg consider
ed ample to satisfy all that the Southern Ami
dote is a tri'd remedy ; and has proed itself
eminently successful in the most dangerous
and varied forms ol bowel affection common to
the Southern country, from Cholera down to
the otdinarv summer complaint of children.
Hinds Co., Miss., June 30, lti2.
D. M. EwANLEr,
Dv'.ar Sir. In reply to vonrs, inquiring unaer
date of June 221. as to what eflVrt (compared
with other remedies.) 1 ured your Southern An
tidote for Cholera, when that disease lately pre
vailed on my plantation on Dfer Creek, 1 take
pleasure in assuring you that I consider it in
comparably superior to any other. On the
breaking out of Cholera, 1 was hut scantily sup
plied ; apd feel assured that with an abundant
supply, and more confidence in its efficacy than
1 tten had, 1 should have arrested several cases
which afterwards proved fatal. I hare the more
confidence in its virtues, as I us'd it in my own
case with the most satisfactory results. If my
experience be worth anything to the public, I
most heartily recommend your Southern Anti
dote to the notice of all persons having negr
property in the valley. Verv respectfuMv.
C. L5. HARRISON.
For the rapid Cure of
COUGUS, COLDS, U0ARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
rsnillS ren t :-. si oui red
nth ihe confidence
which seldom fails to n
tects that can be desired
t t tie communitv
wo fe 1 in an article
alize the happiest ef
So wide is the field
YicKSBtrna, July G, 1353.
Dr. M. ElfATrtrtL,
Dear Sir: I h;ive used vonr
dole on mv plantation with great
several years, not only when Cholera
vailing, but in bowel complaints
tended with tormina, griping, 5te.
I ravel -
John F. Grecu M, D.
DRS. RUSSELL Z, GRIEN,
flAVta ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES TOfiETHEK
THE PRACTICE OF
Ojfcr their services to the puuiic.
DOVER, Mis.. January 23it, 1S04.
Carriage Expository and Mannfactci y
Mai;?- St reef, Yazco City, Mi sr.
.iCiCan to loyn i at an .ig-r.
r tiinos, a targe assortment oi yS3b
Ckwchcsj Bifouclies, Rockawavs "
IIEGOISOTmSAITI & CO.
r. I Y7"E the undersigned have formed a parlner
,i ' Biiip for thepurpose of trnnsactinsra genernl
3 ; "roduce. Grocery and Liquor business. We
will keep constantly on hand rt jenenl assort
mcnt of famil - groceries. Wines, Brandies
Hardware, Outiery and Qucetisware which
we will sell verv lov.
T. T. iiigg:nboth am.
Ol W. HENDERSON.
January 18, 195 1-1 v.
ing to my plantation on D- cr Cr-ek and hack.
1 have found great relief from ihe use. of it mv
self. I alwavs keep it on hand and attribute
the surcesson my plantation to the early us.-1 of
it in affections of the bowels of adults or in
fants. The Cholera has prevailed twice in mv
neigh bofhood, that is year before last and about
one month ago: in all the time 1 have only lost
one case, and after the precaution of u-ing cis
fern water. I regard the timely use of the South
ern Antidote a; me great reason of my success
Yours very rec pectin I i y,
H . R. W EST.
CC! Testimonial in favor of de Southern An
tidote. The undersigned have been made ncqunin'ed.
either bv pers nal experience or otherwise, with
the virtues ol Da. Emanuel's SOUTHERN AN
TIDOTE, as a remedy for Cholera. Choiera MoT
bus, Diarrhceea, and other bowel affections, and
cheerfully recommend it ast valuable plantation
-nd family medicine, worthy of public confidence.
of Its usefulness and so numerous the cases of
its cures, 1hai almost every section of thecoun-
ry abounds in per, ns, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and even
desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use.
When once tried, its superiority over every
of her medicine of its kind, is ton apparent to
ericcpe observation, and where its virtues are
kio.wn, the public no longer hesitate what an
tidote to employ for the riist rcssing and dan
gerous affections of the pulmonary organs,
which are incident to our climate.
Nothing hrs called fonder lor the earnest
rnquiry of medical men, than the r.larming
prevalence and fatality of consumptive com
plaint?, n. r has any one class of diseases had
more of their Investigation and care. But as
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 Cherry 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 lost statement the American people are
n iw themselves prepared to judge, and, I ap
peal with confidence to their decision. If
there is any dependence to be p'aced in what
mcnof every class and station certify it is done
lor them, 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 intrllurent Physicians, who
make it their busiaessto know, in short, it
there is any reliance upon anything, then it is
irrefutably proven that this medicine does re
lieve and does cure the claf-s of diseases it is
designed for, beyond any and all others that
are known to m-.nkhtd. If this be true, it
cannot be too frelv nuhlishcd, nor be too
widelv known. The afflicted should know it.
ricelces to them
Dr. McLean's Celebrated Volcanic Oil
L I N I M E N T !
NE AGENT, Mr. Pike, has sold nine
thou - and seven hundred and twenty-four
'tottles In one month! Over two thousand
different persona in this and adjoininp atatPH
who were afflicted with rheumatism during the
last two months, have been cured by the use
of McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
It In truly a celebrated remedy !n& it ha
done more to alleviate human sulierin! than
any medicine ever discovered. A few appli
cations will rcliqye the mot violent pain, and
heal the most Jofithesome scar or ulcer. It
will almost in-'nntly remove inflammation,
ind heal ihe severe burn or lea Id . i'h ni. n
ear; for chapped hands, eWlbalws, or emp
tiormon the SJtfii of any kind. nd fir bn;i- I
or sprain, it i ;i sovereign remedythe effect
is wonderful, thut thousand can testify.
For Horses and nth, r Animafs, MeLran
Celebrated Liniment is far Miperior to any rem
edy for the cure of lameness, brules, coU, old
sores, sweeny, scratches, g-dip. RWeDiffga
sprains, Szc. For ring hone, spavin, or any
kind of swelling in the joints, it i a remarka
ble cure: and no planter should oyer bo with
out it. See other advertisement, what i
and omnibus proprietors say about it, then tri
fle no longer with other compound-.
McLean's Liniment is the only reliable rem
edy for external disease on man or henst. Try
it and yon will be convinced of its virtue.
Principle depot, corner of Third and Pii.e
sts., St. Loala, Mo., and for sale by Conk ,
Brumfield Vazoo City and Druggists in general
March 22, 1804-ly.
jtllCHON h, AUK .IT'S
OLD CHEAP S T O II
St .mirt fiitted with n full rlirdrn ..f SPI
u(k.. ... ... . . .... . .. . . --.
1 aud SU
burg and from (he country will
offered to be cheap, new and gi
ne doubt we will prove to nil th
np our name of the cheapest ftort
will shows large assoitment of
SILKS Striped, Checked, T
hie TofTetna all colors . Plain
Tiffi'tas; Florence Silks.
checked and plain ; Rich satlh
Bernges ; solid colors, In all ah
French Drinted Swiss; Prlnte
French printed laiojieta
checked Swish; checked
Diniitv: Percale Trap pei
RICH RIBBONS Bli
Glove : French colored
silk lace Veils ; blaek and white H
net Crtpe nil colors ; Paraiols,
EMBROIDERIES Fine Frei
Handkerchiefs; fine French wor
7-ette; French worked Sleeves; w
worked tapt : Rands'.
LADIES' SHOES a ndG All
Hosiery of every description.
GENTS' SUMMER CRAV
Colored bordered linen llnndk r
foulard Handkerchief ; whi'e II
Whirls ; colored iincn bosom Shirfi
r - 1 f - ss "a- ...
spun fi' drawer ;
I hi. .
filk Glover; black
PETER B. COOK.
J. ir. WILSOJf, M. T).
and Buggies of every variety and style, together '
with a large and well selected stock of Saddles, I
Ttarnesr, Bridle-. Whips, Co1 lars, Trunks, Bit t p.. ;
Stirup Icons and Fdy-Netts. Oach maker's and j
Si. Idler's Trimmings, stich as Laces. Leathers,
Oil, Varnish, Springs, Atel. and every variety!
to the business, lor sale low.
F. F. IHLLIARD.
E. D. row ELL.
May 3, 1S51 ly.
receivedTshd for site, a splendid
assortment of Masonic and Odd Feh
low's Regalia?, consisting in part as fol
lows: lOSeis olh Degree, painted Regalia,
12 " painted and emb'd. do Er.tra.
8 Masonic Aprons,
1 Set Royal Arch E.xim fine.
Ihcr with a general assortment of fancv dry
t nil color? and qualities which we will
sell low for cash or to punctual paving purcha
ser?. WOOD & "BROWN.
Yazoo Cit-, Mar 3, 1S54.
PETER E. COOK & CO.
GcLr2a;f safe &rstJ
SOOIiSlELLEKS & STATIONERS,
Faints, Oils and Gla55, Garden Seeds, S:c
Yazoo City, Miss., Dec. 11, 1S33.
nODKPvT L. ADAMS,
G7. GRAVIER. STREET,
November 23. 1SD3 3 lv -
D. MATES. r. b. haves:
aCATES c MATES.
Attorneys and Counsellors at La'.c. and
SOLICITORS IN CHANCER Y.
t f5" Will give their joint attention to all bus
iness entrusted fathom in the Vice Chancery
! and Circuit Courts in Yazoo eountv, the Cir-
court and Probate Courts in Madison county,
and the several Courts at Jackson
tV Address D' MAYEF- Jackson, Miss.
w Auurcss r. b. MA, YES, Yazoo City, M.,
May, 3, lf?."4-ly.
Rrown Cz Johnston,
James H. Mc R-iven,
lid ward P. Bunco,
T C Charles,
J A Peaie.
H W Vick,
Charles E Srae es,
-Tpmple S Coons,
John 1) Cobb,
Miles C Fotkes
Wm P Swency,
r Xas O .Mosbv.
Robt il Crmp,
Henry A Chnrles,
T J. Randolph,
John F. P.odlev,
Edward W Jack.
William B, Pryor.
W A Haines
A L Yt-izer.
W H A'woo-.l,
C A Muni re,
R G Kieer,
H R We-t.
G N Church.
NEW DUG STORE
ITETEK 22. COCK &
Vholesalc and Rda
' Look hefre you leap.
And buy where you can buy cheap;"
Is an o'er true maxim, and is truly proven to
all who call upon
Taoo City, ML, nc.it doer to J. J. Fouclie, ; To purchase Goods for. to all intents and our-
I . '.! M.
-1 . ted stock of American. French and
received a large and well selec
lish Chemicals. Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery.
Paints, Dye StufFs, and Faney Articles, which
will bo sold extremely low For cash, and on the
usual time to punctual customers.
Physicians' prescriptions put up at all times
of the day and fcight with neatness and cor
N. B. A largi assortment of Patent Med
icines always on hand.
, T , , ,
STEAM MARBLE O R. K S .
(LATE LOWERY & RULE)
Comer Broadwry and Fifth St. Cincinnati.
mfjEMENTOES of every description
. delivered and erected at graves. Monu
ments, Tombs and Grave stones of the be:;t
qualities of Italian and Native Marbles work,
executed by the best artists. Work is respect
fully Solicited. JAMES W. BRENNAN,
Asent,Winn's Hotel, Vazoo Ciy
March 1, 1354-ly.
DOZEN Burrow's Lexinrton Mustard.
G ross Mustang Liniment,
do. Lyon's' Katha iron,
do Barry's Tricopherous,
do Bull's Sarsaparilla,
do Rad way's Ready Relief,
do Mason's Challenge Blacking-,
deby PETER B. COOK &, CO.
WATCHES, JEWELRY A3I SIL
T TTrHTiitceixerl and for sale, a central ncr,,f.
d Ware. ' Wstcbes
"'Nov. 23. 1853. S. EL WILSON.
poses, he proves to a demonstration that the
" Nirable Sispcnco is better than the Slow
m Shilling ! "
F'UttJLJGN AND DOMESTfC
Of the latest ..manufacture and importation.
READ Y - MA D E "CLOTHING
And GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of all
KA'S, CAPS, B OTS, A'3'SH0'S
TarKs, Valtsxs, Cabpet Bags, ccc., &c,
all or which he is prepared to sell at the low
est manufacturing prices.
And as Dr. Franklin of old, trapped the light
ning and corked it up in bottles, so will I.
Louis Franklin, pocket your dimes, by the
sale of the best and cheapest Goods ever
brought into this market,
So look to your interest, one and all,
Before purchasing elsewheie give me a call.
Yazoo City, March 22, 1654-ly.
Plantation for Sale
YTTE are authorized to sell a highly
?T improved Plantation, lying near Yasoo
City, containing 1180 acres of land, 350 of
which are cleared, bottom land aud very produc
tive. This is one of the 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.
Also another plantation, lying 6 miles east of
Eon on, containing 1900 acres. 1000 acres clear
ed, good improvements ace. ims is a very pro
ductive upland place, and will be sold very low
and upon liberal terms Applr to
WILKINSON & BATTAILE.
m C Smedes,
VlCRSBTTHG AXD J.-TKSON R. R.,
Superintendents Ollice July 10 1S02.
Dear Sir: It affords me plen?!ire to hnvr an
pportunity of giving von mv testimonv in fa
vor of your SOUTHERN ANTIDOTE fur the
cure of Cholera. Cholera Morbus, an ! Dhtrrhcea ;
I hive used it for two years past On the laborer?
under my charge with almost universal
success and in aAl cass of premonitory symp
toms of Cholera and Dtarrbjpa, I consider it a
certain cure if taken in time. My confidence in
it induces me to keep a constant supply at each
of the depots and stations on the Railroad. 1
would carries! ly recommend it to planters and
olheis. Very respectfully,
JOHN H. CRUMP, Sup
VicKscriio, July 5, 1S52.
Dr. M. Ematttt.!,.
Dear Sir ; The matked success with which t
have, used your valuable medicine, the SOUTH
ERN ANTIDOTE, in several very bad cases of
Diarrhoea, and other bowel affections in any fam
ily, induces me to offer vou mv testimonv in its
behalf. With the experience I have of its hap
py effects in speedily arresting some very bad
cases both in adults and children, I have no hes
itation in giving it as my candid opinion, that
the Southern Antidote is not only much hatter
linn any oiker, but that it is far better than' all
other remedies put together that I have ever
seen or heard of, for diseases of the bowels. I
can, therefore, most conscientious! y.and do most
cordially rectrnnend it as an invaluable family
medicine. Yours ver truly,
THOMAS J. RANDOLPH.
IssAQtrr.rA Co., Miss.. Aug, 10,1854.
I do hereby certify that I have used Dr. Eman
uzl'frSputhem Antidote in every stage of Diar
rhoea and bowel complaints, and in every in
stance has it given immediate relief, after ad
ministering a lew closes: ana in no one case
A remedy that cures, is
Parents should know it, their children are
nricelcFs to them. All should know it, for
heilth can he. priced to no one. Not only
should it be circulated here, but everywhere,
nut onlv in this countrv. but in all countries.
How faithfully we have nded on this convic
Hon, i shown in the fact that nlreailv this ar
tule ha made the circle of the globe. The
sun never isets on its limits. Nn continent is
without it, and but few people. Although
not in so general use in oilier nations as in
this, it is employed bv the more intelligent in
almost all civilized countries. It is extensive
ly employed in both Americas in Europe
Asia, Africa, Australia a,d the
of the sea. Life is as dear to
there ns here, and they grasp
remedy w ilh oven more avidity,
preparittloritfof its kind, it is
rnmpc: i ion of cosdv material.
forded to the puhli
aud what is ot vas'
at a valuable
J-'iill it i.s af
ut a reasonably low price,
more im,orta nee to them.
Poisoned. An only child of Mre. Alice
Vyndee living en Main Street between sixth
and seventh, died on Saturday evening from
the efibct of using the Mexican Mustang Lin
iment. Cm. JSonparicl, Aprilllh.
We say again beware of the vile poisonue
stuff. If you want a saf? and sure remedy to
cure Rheumatism, bruises, sprains, pains, cf-c,
or to heal old ulcer, sor a on the lega, or re
cent cuts, wounds &.C, get McLean's Celebra
ted Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Over two thousand different persons in the
city of St. Louis who were afflicted with
Rheumatism the lifst two months have been
cured by the use of this Liniment.
It is truly a celebrated Remedy tnd it has
done more to alleviate human suffering than
ary medicine ever discovered. One applica
tion will relieve the most violent pain. A
few applications will cure a bruise or sprain,
two bottles will cleanse, purity and heal the
most loathsome sore or ulcer, and it will al
most instantly remove inflammation and heal
the most severe burn or scald without a scar.
It wiR never fail to cure any external disease
on man or beast if properly applied. It is a
soverign balm to all wiankind.
Read the following proof which are receiv
New AuvArr, Jan. 4, 1854.
Dr. J. II. McLean, St. Iouis :
DrAnSiR: 1 was aflicted for six months with
rheumatism so that I was unable to attend any
business. My joints were swollen dreadfully,
the muscles were contracted and 1 suffered
the most excrutiating pain. I tried mi ny oth
er Liniments, they had no effect. By the ad
vice of my neighbor I procured a pupply o
your Volcanic Oil Liniment, and applied it.
It has cured me permanently .
I am satisfied that yojr Lidiment has saved
me a life of decrepitude and misery and hope
thatyou will triumph overevery vile and ava
ricious enort that nas and may be made to in
jure the reputation of such an invaluable med
icine. 1 ,emain yours &c,
STEPHEN A. MOORE.
i's quality is never sutTercd 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. toil or cost
is r pi rod, in maintaining it in the best perfec
tion which it is possible to produce. Hence
'he patient who procures the genuine Chehhv
Pectoral, can rely on having as good an ar
ticle as has ever been had by ihose wdio testify
to its cures.
By pursuing 'his course, I have the hope of
doinjr some good in the world, as well as the
satisfaction of believing that mi ch has been
Prewired by J. C. AVER, Chemist, Low
Sold by all Druggists in Yazoo Cijy, and by
Dealers generally throughout the U. States,
nrJIE undersigned assignees; of .T. V.
Caldwell deceased, hereby inform the pub
lic, that the business of the house will in fu
ture be continued under their supervision.
Wishing to close out the stock on hand (which
is very large at present,) the Assignees arede
termined to oiler all possible inducements to
purchasers. They solicit the continuation of
former patronage, and would add, that the sales
will be madeon the usual time.
Mr. JOHN T. HETH will continue to give
his attention to the husiness of the house as
heretofore, and is authorised to settle all ac
counts of the same.
J. VV. BARNETT, &oa.nMa
11. C. TYLER. J Assignees.
November 23, 1853-3-tf.
DR. J. II. WILSON
PFERS his serv ices to the citizens of Ya
zoo City and its vicinit
December 21, lST3-7-tf
THE above named Hotel, situated on Main
St , Yazoo City, has been thoroughly reno
vated and relitted bv the subscriber, auct 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 be given
to the establishment, and no attention will be
wanting, nor exense 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 bedding supplied, and careful I
hare 1 ever known it to fail in producing the! anl attentive servants always at command. He
- r l i . ; . L , , , . 1 ; I . . L . r . i , t - . . .
AttomevsatLaw, Yazoo City, Miss.
fjriNDOW Glass of all sizes,
T T June 7, for sale by
elfect for which it is so highly recommended.
R R CAMMACK.
For sale at Yazoo City and Vicksburg by M
EMANUEL: fMay 31, 1854 6m.
TURNER'S Chemistry RegnaulCs Chem
istry Danglison's Therapeutics,
do New Remedies,
Fenner's Southern Reports United States
Dispensatory United States Pharmacopoeia,
Guan's Domestic Medicine Eweil's medical
companion Watson's Practice of Physic,
Besidesmany other standard and valuable med
ic :. . works, Just received by
June 28, 1854. M.EMANUEL.
FRESH drugs and medicines for Summer de
mand, wholesale and retail. Additional sup
plies constantly arriving.
June 7, 1854. M. EMANUEL.
solicits the pationage of the public upon the be-
uei mat enure sausiaciion wilt De given.
May 24, 1854. A. B. JOHNSON.
FOR the recovery of a mule
and the apprehension of the thief.
i I i : r ...
wiiuswie mm irorn my plantation, three miles
from this place on the meht of the 2ftth
The thief was riding andled the mule off, and
vao uouibi os, in i as joenton. said mule is a
horse mule, quick and lively, with some gear
marks, above the medium size and branded
W. 15. on the fore shoulder. $25 will be eiv-
e.i tor the mule or any information that may
lead to his recovery. WM. BATTAILE
Yazoo City, May 31. 1854.
fASTOR OiLa bblscold pressed Castor
y Jst received and for sale bv
June 28, 1854, PETER B. COOK cc CO.
Panola, Mips., Feb
Dr. ml. JT. McLean, St. Ijouis. Mo.
Dcar Sir I was afflicted tor fif ten month
with rheumatism so much that I was unnln'e w
attend to any business, my legs arms and fin
gers were swollen dreadfully . the muc!es w r
contracted and 1 suffered the Bffst o.xcrutiu f j
pain. 1 applied some five or six bofles of
Mustang Liniment, il had no more effect t an
so much grease. I obtained one doz bottles of
Volcanic Oil Liniment of your agetit, IV! r Pike,
for which! tdiall ever fee I graefnl to him, and
in five days I was merely well, and take plea
sure In recommending it to thr public, and J
also tidd ih-it one of my horses got cast in the
stable and wa unable to stand up. In the
morning I made one of my hoys rub on Fomc ot
your LiuiinentSnd in three hours he could walk
nbout the va.rd, apparently that nothing had
happened to him. Mr. D.ivies
mv neighbors were present at the
concur with me in saying that no
be without suppfv :t this invi
cine on imud. I remain v rsA. c..
RdSJ S B. WHITE.
For Iiorses end other aaimals, McLeans
celebrated Liniment is far suj)erior lo any rem
edy for theeureof lameness, bruises, cuts, old
sores, aweeney,f cratches, galls, spr.iirs&e.
Read the following from Mr. W ells ot tL
St. Louis Omnibus company.
This is to certify thi 1 1 have used the Mexi
can Mustang Liniment and MeL ans Volcan
ic Oil Liuiment on our Omnibus horses, thn?
were lame, sprained, and for swellings, and I
havefound McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
to be the best in all eases.
of the firm of Chase & Co.
Then trifle no longer witb those compounds.
McLean's Liniment is the only reliable remed
for external diseases on man or beasts, try it
and yon will be convinced.
Principal Depot, corner f Thiid and Pine
Streets, St. Louis. Mo., and also by all the
Druggist in the United States.
THE undersigned, dealer in Produce and
Groceries, Plan tat ion and Family Supplies
generally, has received and opened a well assor
ted stock at his old stand, (before the fire) and
solicits thepatronage of his friends and the pub
lic in general. J.. W. DABBS.
Yazoo City, December 21, 1853 7-tf
YICKSBURG CHEAP STORE.
P. J. MICH ON & SARRAT.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Dry-Goads, Clothing,
Boots, SJioes, Hals andCaps,
AT IMPORTERS PRICES
n t raAtOM Street,
Between M. EM A VEL'S Drug $ J. PEA VS
Joint House in New-Orleans, 21 Magazine-St.
vicuaburg, April 12, lP54-ly
2T Ua C2D OR
as Ck y at as qpa,
Wholesale d II I
BAA1G m; J
70 GravierandSQ Common sis.,
lJ Njew Orleans.
January 35, 1854, 12-ly.
IRISH LINENS Irinh Liner, Shi
ShiMdinflr; Table Linen Damask;
Breche Muclin, for curtnins; French
Calico, for Curtains: Linen and C n
ing, for burs ; French oil Curtaius
Curtains Nankt-etiH nd Towel.
Planter aud country merchants w
assortment of Lowells, Striped Che
nims. Brown and White Cotton
Sheeting, Boots rnl Shoe. To all s
mend of MATT I NO and CHl.AP
TING. OCT" J "iut house in New
Vicksburg, April 12, 1854-2n.tt
China Street, Vicksiwrg, Ifliftlsippi
IN ADDITION to our stock, ire hsve rcr- i..
ed a Inrge lot of Italian Marble, direct from
It ily, in block and alab ; also, the finest qird'ty
of Ameri an. We have alto a large, varied
and splendid 1st, finished off, ready lor engrav
The finest reality of Monuments, Tombf,
Head and Foot St. nes, of all ni.es, Mn
Mantel Pieces, Caps and Sills for bni!:
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 euch work to
call and examine for themselves.
All orders promptly attended to.
A superior lot of Italian Marble Tdnntfd
hand and for sale st prices rangier from fSl)
to :KK. GAMBLED SKA'J
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Worker
THE subscriber is now in r eeipt of a!
and very superior Jot of S'ovea ol
most improved patterns, selected bv
fmm the celebrated manufactory of I
Wright &. Co., Louisvill. Amonsr whir
Premium Cooling Stoves of thcrnoM
ved paferns, and all tuxes, wish fur inr
plete; Union No. 1 to a Premium N
Steamboat end Franklins Star Frankii
wood or coal ; Wo,kI Ranges : open ; n
Coureons dir., together vih Cnsiinf:
Kett les. Sauce Paup, Gridir ns. Fui
Orates, Brass Kettlem, Dog Irons. Sad In
WOODEN-W A B E. HARD- WA RE
Tubs, painted Buckets, Churns, coffee
Dippers, Well BacfcetS, Ice Freeer.v.
inir Pics, wood Saws, Breom, a super
ol Zinc, Premium Washboards,
cetn. Spades, Shovels, Chest
Bird Cases Mocking, Canary
CISTERN PUMPS D uglass
permr article ; Beer Pnmps. impr
TIN WARE A ver fallen
own inanuiaclure. embrneint; e
ih line, tovether in Tin Plate, B'
and Sheet Zinc Pi tknf Sheet L
Solder, Rivets, Ctpper Wi-o. L m
Pipe. Tin, copper and Slue
made to or !er : biii(iintj roofed v
Zinc, or Tin ; Tin Gutters ami Rpo
AIko, on bAnd a lot of fire bnek t
Repairs of ali kinds, In the abo
on the shortest notice and on re is
Orderb solicited and strictl? Btl
CHAR LI S COX
jext door to Dutl
Vicksburg, April IV,
Notice lo Teachers and Others.
ORDERED by the Board of School
Commissioners, thai to constitute a
claim upon the School Funds, it iia'l her
be retjuiredof each and every Teaeher U fur
nish the Board quarterlv a list of Scholars at
tending their school with certificate of the Pa
rents or Guardian, that sueh attendance i-correct,
so that apro rafadistribu'ion of thofunds
may be made o such as are entitled to it.
Ordered also that nil tern here of common
schools as such as claim an portion of the
Sohool funds come forward by he first Monday
in July for examination and renewal of li
cense to teach. J. W. BAHNLTT.
President of the Board.
June 14", Tal-o2
1 1 In
Sone. 0 (X
$5 to 810 a
S to ftlo C
rptHE undersignfd would inform tle Planters
JL having Mills, thai he loilows Millrigh'ing
as a business, nd will attend promptly to any
orders in his line within thirty miles of Tesoo
Terms For Sharpening Ci
French Rnrr f
Facinp and Refurrowine, from
Address JACOB T. JOH
Vazoo City, Miss.. June 28, 1854.
2 BBLS.Port Wine. London Dock.
2 N Maderla Wine, Extra Fin
2 Teneriffe '
12 Dor. Room's Honey Dew Snuff,
12 Macaboy Snuff. Just receh
June 2P, 1854, PETER B. COOl
TO l&ANTEBS & WOOL GROWERS
IITE will pay the highest eash
If prise ror Dry and Salted
IlidoR in larere or small ouan titles.
Also for Washed or unwashed Wool,
cation at the Auction Room of
; M. B. WOLFE
Yazoo City, xMarch 8, 1854-tr.
C CIGARS 10,000 Jose Frase's Sega fsJusi
S received and for sale by
Feb. 22, 1854. J. W. DABBB,
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