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PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI, OCTOBER 15, 1858.
VOL. 1.
NO. 30.
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J A St ES S. MASON,
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THE weekly «EVEILLE I
U Pl'ILUHKD KtKRY FRIDAY,
At $3 00 in Advance, or 4 00 at the
Advsrtisemaat* wilt UaiumirUd at Oas Dollar par *aa»re t
(or *ight linns or I*-*) f»r ih fir*t insertion, and Fifty p
dwlshrutli untla m ms — ■ _
sin to h ans easTaiKToa.
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING,
At Eight Dollars per Annum, in Advance, j
End of the Year.
A vary liberal dlucouat will ha made to tlio«* who *<i
var'i-a hy th«> year. But the privilege of yearly advertl
nor* will b«*lrictly limited to their owu immediate and
rngul.ir liu.-inn**; and Ina hu-lin*** of an ad««rti*ing firm
fa uot con-idarad a* Including that of it* individual mum
bara.
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BOOK AND JOB WORK,
Of every *tyle and variety, neatly executed at »hurt
noue», on reàaonahie term-.
W. II. KrLKKNSOX.
Pert UiImuu. Mi**
J.J I'csaox
M. LT.XUK,
New Orleans.
J, ala X CO.,
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COTTON. SUGAR AND GENERAL
Mo. 48 Cnrondetet M.,
A EIT ORLEANS, LA.
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SOL.HA roil /A C/J.l A t IAI 1,
ray.'Ut*, Jefferson . *».
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Fepttfi <LVwty
S. B. MAUVE,
ATTORNEY A T
PRENTISS, Bolivar Co., Mis*.
June 6 , '57.
. . . L'UN ELL,
A T T 0 R X E Y A T L A W,
pour aMsox, ,\nss..
Office over Rosers' Store.
Jan. 3, 1857. IMy
THOMAS REED,
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Sept. 2<L '55,
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M.ss.
Fayette. Jefferson Co.
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SAMUEL IL ABY,
COTTON PACTOn
AND
Dommlssion Merchant.
N * 57 Oarotnlelet street,
Kept. 1,1836. 3-1 v
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DAVENPORT & DRAKE,
Commis' n Mcrchnuts
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f„ r rr., 1 . 10 » Mu.ufilurai Article •»> i
Forwarding Goods.
Feb 7. 1857 « 24-ly ' of
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July 25, 1857 Sin
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WM. it A 1.1.
J. T. CIIKXOWETIl
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J. S. CHENOWETH * CO
Cantittission anil Jforioarbiitq i
. MEBCHÄWTS,
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Wo* 25, East Front Street,
^CINCINNATI. :
R. C. MeCATi
ROCKY SPRINGS, MJSS.,
D EALER in all kinds of Staple and Fancy Dry j
Goods, Hardware. Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps.
Oockery, Grocery and Drugs; all of which will
kie sold ou accommodating terms—In a word, eve- ;
ything usually kept in a country store.
July II, 1837.
A. K. LEONARD,
Dealer in
Ifledicines aild Chemicals,
PAINTS AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS,SASII AND PI 1 H
LaNDRETH's Garden Seeds, !
BYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE
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Medical, Law, Softool, & MiSCelaneOUS ,
books.
STEEL pens, QUILL8, AND STATIONERY, ,
LETTER and CAP PAPER,
V _*.. 1 ,^ :
Blank Book», »upeiior Inks, !
L£-A "vjsr CS3* ÖS3 d
PKUVUMKRY, FIX* SOAPS, AXD BROSHES,
Pape~ Hangings, etc., etc.
0 y Physicians' Prescriptions will receive par
ticular attention at all hours of the day and night
February 15,1855^_
Pure Sfrugs and Medicines.
1 HAVE oi^BI, and will be con
antly receimig during the Fall
and Ifinter month*, from New York
and Philadelphia, l*rge supplies of the
Purest Drugs and Medicines, from the
best houses.
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Guns, Guns:
J UST received and for sale by W. B^îKER.at
his gun shop on Main street, Port Gibson, a
lot of fine English and French double barrelled
shot guns and pistols and other articles for sports
men such as lead shot and powder Cox's perçu»,
sion caps best quality, Colt's waterproof pistol
caps also o n ar.d military caps. Fine canister
powder, shot pouches *n«l powder flasks, gu i
wadding and a variety of other articles all cf
which he will aell on reasonable terms.
N. B■ Being thankful for past favor* he hop< s
for a continuance of patronage from his friend*
and the public generally. He will always h*
found at his shop ready to do all kind* o4 guu re
pairing in the very best style.
HZ' Sew rifles made to order and warranted.
Port Gibaon, Dec 13,1855. ,
JAMES H. KING & CO
' DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,!
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PORT GIBSON. MISSISSIPPI,
' Have on hand and will be constantly receiving
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PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
! CHEMICALS . SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS ,
.«nwnwrc
PATEUT ÜIEDICIH**»»
I Perfumery, Paints,Oils, Dye Stuffs;
» GKNKKAi. ASSORTMENT ok
£gq rg*nnrtr><TE>n £EicE»cn>Cs.g3o
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Letter, Foolscap ami Note l «per,
t EKVELOl Lb,
p ovfr Hangings, Tester Paper, Fire Screens,
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ope. <j-e. if-c.
AUSO. BAZIN'S AM» IXHIX'S
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EXTRACTS & COLOGNES,
Soaps and Essences,
And a thousand other article* usually kept in Drug
Stores having a complete assortment.
*** Physicians' Prescriptions will receive
particular attention at all hours of the day or
i night. 49 August l, 1837.
Patent Medicine«.
! "DULL'S Sarsaparilla; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
^ Hostetters^Bitiers' Wistar's Balsam Wild
11 Gotland's German do, Cherry,
! Motfalt's Bitters, Emanuel's Southern An
: Oxygenated do, tldute,
Roebeck's Id'd purifier Bosbyshell's Panacea,
' Woodman's Cherry Ex- .Swain's do
pectorant, India Cholagogue
j Jayne's Kxpactorant, Bryan's Pulmonic 'Ya
Brown's Essence Jawai- fer».
cu Ginger, Philotoken,
I Fahnestock's Vermifuge Seltzer Aperient.
1 McLane's do Railway's Ready Relief, ]
Jayne's do Rad way *s Resolveut,
Markien's do Davis' Pain Killer.
1 Mustang Liniment Washington Remedies,
i Arabian do Hall's Liniment,
Butler's Nerve »I Bone Limerick'» do
Liniment
Optcdddoc, Ac.. Ac., for sale by
Nov. Jl. 1S57. J AS. 11. KING & CO.
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Oeeds. A fresh supply «if Lan lr. tl» Gardtn
r fï'i' " JU ^ j » K,\G x- rfl i
M>la _ J. H. KI N G Æ CO. ,
i'»| ;i yoring Extracts. -Essence Lemon* ;
; JL Peach, Nutmeg. Vanilla—just^receiviri and J
•I- H. KING & CO. I.
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for sale by
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BOOKS.
LARGE assortment of School. Law and Mis
cellaneous Books, on band and for sab* by
August 1
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Patent-Medicines.
"DULL'S Sarsaparilla. Hoofiand's German Bit- •,
Ij ters. Hurley's Sursumrilla. India Cholagogue.
Wistar's Balaam Wild Cherry. Philotoken. Ary er»'
Cherry Pectoral. Huy»'Liniment, Ayers'Pills and
A full supply just received I
JAS. II. KING, & CO.
Jew David's Paster,
and for sale by
, August 22. 1857.
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IMirt* Whips and Brandies.
UST received, expressly for mcdiciual purposes,
and for »ale by
August 1
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DEALER IN
Groceries, I*rodnce, Dry Goods,
oi gtuivp i vii il ipnvriBli 1
€ LOI HING AND UAHDW ALL, ,
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i «ll.V'llwtJa K.«.t ,.f C«wl. '
AVpll NPlCCIPd SlOfk OI IxOOd»,
' of all kinds in his line. A lot of Lowels and Do
mestics. thrown out of fold, but not otherwise
j damaged, will be sold at cost price». Call at the
old stand at the corner of Main street and the
public square.
JAS. II. KING & CO.
For flic Hair.
TI TOOD'S Hair Restorative ;
V V Mr*. Allen's Hair Restorative;
Plialon's Hair Invigorator;
( Barry'» Tricoperous;
Lvon's Kathairon; for «ale by
Nov. 21 . ia>7. mt/R
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L. KEIFER
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PORT GIBSON
CARRIAGE
W E have just received a newr lot of Buggies
of a superior style aud quality, made by G
R. March & Bro.and J.W. Gosling. We have
made arrangements with them tofurnish us all we
need, and we can sell with a warranty, and on as
good terms as can be had anywhere. We hope
our an<1 customers will call soon and ex
Carriages and Buggies.
! \\r e f ea l confident we can give satisfaction to a
who purchase. We will soon have a lotol Wa
! gons, Carts and Wheelbarrows, ail iron axels,
; from the manufactory of G. R. Manh & Bro.—
, Their wagons are well known in the South.
CALHOUN PLOWS
, w |]| be constantly Kept on hand. A few more
leftyet. Those who have used them say they are
: the best plow that comes to this market. Large
! Timber Wheels, Screws, etc. made to order on
short notice as our customers may wish.
GRIFFITH & GARRISOA.
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Port Gibson, May 17 1855.
eed».—Just received, a large stock of Lan
dreth's Garden Seeds, warranted the growth
[jan9] _
1 A A liULS. Lime (Thomas ton.)
1 vJ U 20 bbls. Cement, just received.
nov28 J. 8 . MASON.
OTATOri—" The best in the world.''
Buckwheat—By the »mall.
Flour and Lard -Just to hand.
Oats—500 bushels. Call on
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A. R. LEONARD.
of 1857.
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Plows ! Plows î I
1 A A WOODS Plows, to band and to arrive
1UU nov28 . J. S. MASON.
J ust Received—2000 lbs Zinc white Paint
15 dozen Paint brushes, assorted,
5 " superior white-wash Brushes,
6 " Code's Gellatfn,
6 " Lobin's Extracts, assorted,
4 " Frangipani, t
4 " " Pomade,
French
4 " Marshe's Trusses,
1 " Common
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r T IE undersigned begs leave to inform tlm cl t
J- I*<*ns of Claiborne and adjoining •counties
that he has purchased the Right of CRANED
PATENT METALIC BURIAL CASKEi.—a
new and beautiful article, unlike anything ever
offered to the public before. The casket has none
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constantly on hand. The public are invited to
call and examine them.
All orders for the Casket or w ooden Coffiins.
w|n ^ mied with despatch. Burial clothes of
all kinds furnished when ordered.
A. ROLLINS.
46-ly
July 9, 1856.
PREMIUM STOVE STORE
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Port Gibson^ Mias.
Having received a ne# and full assort
ment of Cooking. Parlor. Office and Hall
STOVES, from the Manufactory, we will
be able to sell them lower than uny here
tofore brought to this market. Our patterns
consist of
Meteor Air-tight,
Domestic.
Clipper,
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Skillet». od<l Lids, extra Stovownre, Fire Plates '
] alld Irons. Sad Irons, Iron Stands. Sovcla and
Telegraph,
Superior,
Buck Patent,
• Buckeye State.
and Coral ;
All being Stoves of the latest ami most approved
kinds.
Tonga. Brass do., Candlesticks. Snuffer*. Iron Tea-1
kettles,French Stewpan». Grate»; Britouuia, Plan- in
i»he,l and Japanned Wares of all kinds; together 1 is
with a lurge assortment of ;
Hardware
Such a* Mill File». Rasps. Saw Files, Shovels,
Hoes, Rake», Steak-beaters, lira As and Bitts,
i Chisels. Augers. Hinge Butts mid Hinges. Tacks.
) Shoeiiails. Whitewash Brushes. Handsaws, Slates,
CoftWl|nj ,,„ , S|mtu . r Knobs. Curry Combs, Coal
i Carriers. Cinder Shovel*, Axes and Axe-hamlles.
, }{. uld Drills und Rut Tfaps. Also, a
; general assortment of
J PnmpR.
I. Con*i*»ing of Force, Lifting and Chain Pumps, j
t Also, a large ami well assorted stock of
Lightning Rods,
! with Muyr's Improved Spiral Point and Porcelaiu
Insulator. Together with a large assortment of
Tinware,
of the best material. Guttering and Spouts put
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\Ve feel confident we will lie able to give gene- j
ral satisfaction to nil who may favor us with a calk
All bills due when presented.
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Port Gibson. August 15, lSoi. ol-lv
1 FORTH A TTENTION!
^ DEHXHEIMEli & BRO.,
II.VVE Jl'ST UECKIVEI».
PER 11IP MARCIA G REEXLEAF,
KltOM I.IVKKI'OOl..
PAIR white common Blankets;
200 pair heavy Blankets;
loo •• grey Negro Blankets;
plain *•
225 Tartan or Blanket Shawls;
100 Saxony Shawls;
25 Men's Wrappers :
1 case real Irish Linen, assorted;
L. C. Handkerchiefs;
A,Jto ' nioM OKBj n> iT »
150 doz. cotton Socks andStockiDgs
, Tlic aboVe goods, coming directly from the very
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October 17, ItoL_
„ of floniilnn
Heavy Importation of Genuine
300!
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HXcÂCK. ITAXtIÄN SI ïcSLS ;
FROM THE VERY FACTORYt !
[mt steamer Asia.] 1
WAA Y \RDS, assorted widths and qualitie* i
*7 1 III ' _Also— 1
* ion vards of BLACK SATIN a superior art»
, i„ f,,r Mantilla« and Dresses
Our lady customers'are kindly requested to pa,
«articular attention to the above advertisement
1 P arUCU,ar s. BERNHEIMER & BRO.
Port Gibson. October 10 . 1857. _
Lmbroidered and Daiuask
Curtain Muslin,
BRASS BANDS AND PINS,
I N great variety, and at extremely low prices
jan9 At BERNHEIMER & BRO .'S. j
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Fresh Arrival.
UST RECEIVED—
40 bbls Extra St. Louis Flour;
25 boxes Western Cheese;
25 bbls Irish Potatoes;
10 bbls superior Apples;
. 40 whole, half and qr boxes Star Candles;
1 bbl Westen Cranberries.
Call on J. S. MASON.
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Oct 10
Just Received
LOUR,
BAGGING,
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ROPE,
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LINSEYS,
AND JEANS.
' 20 bbls. Fagan's XXX choice cx. St.Louis Flour:
1 10 " do do do O. K. do.; 4
do fancy Buperflae
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10 hf bWs. do
4 bales India Bagging.
40 coils hand made and machine rope;
1 bale Twine ;
2 bales 7-8 and 4-4 Lowells;
2 bales Kentucky Jeans aud Linseys, for sale by
■nil d L. KEIFER.
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Lutta Percha Gin Band«.
Iiaaa FEET of Gutta Percha Gin-Band
1 U U VJ ing, of all sizes, for sale
At Less than New' Orleans Prices !
S. MASON.
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n ion Sets.— I have just received four bosh
A. R LEONARD.
O
els of Onion seta.
IMPROVED EAGLE COTTON GINS.
THE Eagle Cot
ton Gin Manufac
turing Company,
arc now prepared
to All all orders
tor tbeir Improv
ed Gift Stands.—
All stands now
made have the
Patk.vt Imphovku
Cyundek Bki;hh.
Patent Dktatciiki» Grates, and Patent Si.iiung
Bitts and Mirritiw all of which are kxclumivklt
M iD bt cs. Them* Gins obtained A PRIZE OF
HIM AND A GOLD MEDAL from the Govern
ment of India for Ginning tine Cotton, as also
Medals from the World'* Fair at London and
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New Yrfk, and combine all the late improve-1
meuts in Machinery, and are warranted superior]
m every respect. In order to meet the great de- ,
mand for theae Gins, the Compauy haie esta *
ludied a warehouse and workshop at the corner of j
Canal and Phill.ppa streets and with the stock,
on hand at the established depot, No. 57 St. J
Charles Street, feel confident of meeting all or-,
All orders should be address»*d to *
WM. L. LLoIHNG, Agent.
„ , . a7 M. Charles st. j
NewCrleans. Oct. 30, 1856. . . , ;
Mr. J. J. 1 erson is the duly authorized Agent ;
of the Eagle Cotton Gin iu I ort Gibson, where
!» sample stand may be seen. AH orders Ici»,
with him will receive prompt attoution. j
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SADDLE. HARNESS, BRIDLE AND
TRUNK
MANUFACTORY.
No. 9, STAMPS' ROW, PORT GIBSON. MISS..
rni IE undersigned will keep con |
X stoutly on hand and mauulac
tare to order, all article» in his
W 3 -^ line, of the ln-st materials, and f
in the neatest and be»t »trie. His . tuck ou liand
is large and well assorted. He offers the same at
low price, and accommodating term» to all pur-,
chasers. |
HhI'IICSS, SmlfllC«, Whip», ^ l **" j
(JJgS, IrUDKS, \ UllCCS, Ciirpt't Btl^S, 1
n 9mM . K TrimmiiMN Str 1
ilArilPSb irinUllin^S, oU. uA.
form a part of bis Stock on band, and of the
style, workmanship, finish an.l price to suitcusto
mer». Work of any kind will be made up to
order.
He will also keep on hand a sup
ply °f GIN BAND LEATHEU, and
Ja^ilaUw ill manufacture Gin Bands to order.
E ! fcr *n , ! rtiC ! C ,na ; , ". fac ' urtd at biH
! ment will be warranted.
All Kinds of repairing nea yam i >. -
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I Prices will be as low as can Ik; afforded, and ,
ale» will be made on accommodating lent*
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Mb firm or Griffith A (.arrisouiH this dayd^
solved by mutual consent. T.Garrison will
, attend to »«tiling up all the business of the firm.,
' All thos»* owing us on note or book accounts, are
requested to pay up as soon as possible. T.Gar
rison will continue the Furniture business at the I
: old Stand, where be will be pleased to see our
friends and customers who may want anything'
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; T. GARRISON, j
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Having sold out tny interest in the Furniture
, business to T. Garrison. I cordiall bespeak for
! him a liberal ond continued patronage from all
; my frirai* and former customers.
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E. GRIFFITH.
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At lent ion, Plantt-rs*!
LABORERS, AND MASTERS! {
THE undersigned has been appointed sole agent
for Claiborne County, of the
Louisiana Steam Clothing Factory,
for the sale of the articles of clothing manufac
tured by the Company. Samples of every arti
1 cle of clothing made at tnc factory may he seen
; Schedule« showing hour to measure, will be far
! nisbed to planter* and those who desire to sup
1 ply themselves with Clothing from this factory.
i Orderslufl with me will be forwarded once a
week, and parties ordering may rely upon reoeiv
in & th * yl'd«* within a week from the time of
forwarding the orders.
T, ' w P»«r e » of lhi * clothing are low, and all per
*>'«• »antmg such articles w-ould do well to call
•««» thv ""P 1 " 8 a ? d n le 'ï" '^XlfAv
ma y - 2 W - B - * L LkEBbON.
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KF.GS and cans superior Lard, just re
ceived and for sale for cash.
T. S. MASON.
April 25
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LANKETS at $2 50;
BLANKETS, at $3 00 ;
BLANKETS, at $4 00 :
BLANKETS, from $10 to $15;
[nov28]
FORBES'.
For sale at
EW r Buckwheat—
uov28
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At WALK 'S.
Cheap Carpeting. _
F the richest texture, just received by the un
dersigued, and for sale at uncommonly low
S. BERNHEIMER A BRO.
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October 24.1857.
New Books.
HAVE just received—
Moss Side, by Marion Horland;
Nothing to Wear ;
Nothing to Say, by Doestick* ;
Tucker's History of the United States;
The War Trail ;
Ross on Slavery ;
Souvenirs of Travel, by Mme. Levert and a
number of other new and interesting Books.
— ALSO —
A large assortment of School Books, Letter, Cap
and Note Paper, Visiting Cards, Card and Note
Envelopes. Steel Pens, &c.
Oct. 17, 1857.
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A. R. LEONARD
Just Received, this Day*
EW Lard -Fresh Flour.
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P. BETHEA.
dec5
EW Currants and Citron—
nov28
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At WALKER'S.
F RESH Apples, Oranges and Lemon*
nov28 At WALKER'S.
S. C. Hams D> Beef, B. Tongues.
UST received— Sogar cured Hams, new ;
Dried Beef, new ;
* Beef Tongues, new ;
At WALKER'S.
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FOR SALE.
T HF. undersigned offers for sale a splendid;
STEAM SAWMILL, situated on the New !
Orleans and Jackson Railroad, three-ouarters of
a mile from the located depot, Bahais, and ten
miles South of Gallatin. The rapid settlement
of the surrounding country, the anticipated town. '
and the undoubted completion of the road to this j
point by the lstofOctooer next, with the already I
increasing demand, insures ready sale for lumber , 1
there being no mill nearer than twelve miles.— •
To the mill is attached 320 acres of finely ti.n- j
bered land, with a sufficiency opened for the pro- .
duction of corn, potatoes, etc., to supply the
employees and teams of the mill. A comfortable
Dwelling, with the necessary out-bouses, at- j
i tached. The mill-house is large and substantial
containinf the , atMt and j mpro ved ma- 1
^ineiy; boiler 84 feet long. 42 inches in diame
, t „ fdouble rtlied . c i m .l.r saw .54 inches diameter, j
Everything new and in complete running order,
j Th j B / mi | l * with „even hands, can cut between ,
fiye , u thousand f.e* of lumber a day, but
J averages 4500 feet daily, without extra labor or:
s t r ,j no f niachinery.
Attached is one of Straub's superior 26-inch
French Burr GRIST MILLS, capable ol grinding
from j t <j jg bushels per hour, with sufficient
j business to supply the place with bread. Also,,
; a Wagon and Team. Lumber Car, Tools, etc.,
; necea#ar y t„ carr y on the business-- with an'
a bundauce <4 water all season«.
Terms easy For further particulars, apply on
j the premise*, or to the untlei signed
t W. J. BRUNER,
or MAYES A MILLSAPS, Agents,
April 11, '57.
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Gsllatin, Mim. ^
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To Planters. *
A / A doz cast steel Hoes,
1 J d " x
| |>air Tn(l , Chains, hooks and rings,
y itlackemith Bellows. .Ml and 3'J iuch, ;
\ , co il cotton Plow Line»,
f « doz Collins' Axe»;
<• Ames D. H. spaib s.
2 " " L. H. »hovels,
2 D. I.
| , ? *' Mullen But»,
j ?iaud and »ledge Hammers.
1 Just received and for sale by
1 dec26 SPOONER FORBES.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
OFFER FOR SALE MY Olive Brandi
_ Place, situated three and a half
mi | e „ South of Jackson, La., contain
4 ',o acres of land, of whichl80
acr ^ s are cleared. The woodland is
heavy set with a luxuriant growth of SÏ77G um
Poplar. Ash, Holly. Oak snd Pawpaw. The im
provements consist oi a handsome dwelling, good
stables, barn, kitchen, carriage house and other!
, liec , .^n- for comfort and convenience,!
a „ liew B aild in K<)od M()a , r . There is a well of;
' excellent water on the place. Apply early and
j secure a great bargain.
i T-rms, $6000, l-a cash and 1.2 payable in two 1
equal annual installments of $1,500 each, bearing i
6 H cent inter „ t frcm the day G| sa!e Bnti ,
I, Apply either to Prest. J. C. Miller, of
L . ' * College or to the iindersiene 1 on the L.
■ ^ * ' ;
•* j SMYI IE MONTGOMERY
I Corn Hay tml Kodde ; on the pl ; ca . *
K , 5 , 8A6> 12 . u
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TURNIP SEED AND MUSTARD,
j FRESII ASD SUPERIOR. \
CITE have just received 200 lbs. I.andreth »
'' Turnip Seed. — aijio— . , \
300 lbs. Lexington Mustard, the best in the
world. a. r. LEONARD * co.
August 15 51 I
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M. I.on is.
UST received. Potatoes, Onions and Cheese, at
Oct 3
J
WALKER'S.
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In the World!"
T HE largest and finest assortment of Fishing
Tackle, at WALKER'S.

FASHIONABLE BOOT & SHOE MAKER.
§f] THE undersigned would respect
fr I ^^fully inform the citizens of Port
>11 -^»Gibson and vicinity, that be has
located himself at the store re
ccntly occupied by Mr. Geo. Buckingham, where
expects to carry on his business ot tat g
Boots and Shoes.
Having been long at the business, be flatters
himself that lie cau turn out such work as will
eminently satisfy his customer*, and he pledges
himself that promptnes* shall be one of the chief
elemenU of his business. Person* wishing Boots
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and Shoes mode or mended, may rely on getting ;
their work at the apointed time. Call on me.
J. G. SCIII ERLE.
50-ly
August 8 , 1847.
TO THE PUBLIG.
A S I am anxious to dispone of my entire stock
of Goods, I now offer great inducements to
persons wishing to purchase. From and after the
1 st of December, I will sell at prime cost, and
many articles at greatly reduced prices for Cash.
And I would add. that those wishing to continue
their accounts with roe, can bny as usual by add
ing 25 per cent. None but prompt customer* need
apply. R- J. B. SWEARINGEN.
Graud Gulf, Dec. 5. 1857-tf
JAMES JONES,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
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Port Gi
july3l-tf
J. F. OIK AULT,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 24, CaroDdelel Street.
46-ly
a
New Orleans, La.
July 18, 1856.
JUNIUS L. JOHNSON.
JOHN RHEYOCR
I,. .lOHXSOX & CO.,
WHOLBffftLB GROCERS,
AND
PRODUCE MERCHANTS,
No. H2 Magazine 8t. corner of Poydras
NEW ORLEANS.
Jan. 31,1837 % 23-1 y
New Orleans and Vickaburg Packet
■ gT TSfr ALICE VIVIAN,
SEBSa Dim NASH, Mutui.
^ 80 ^ steamer, carrying the U. S. Mail in
B. e of the Natchez, will make her regular
rips during the season from New Orleans to
Vlckakorg. JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.,
juol9-6m
Agents.
INDEMN ITY.
,\W ACE N.Q V l L(. ^
3- mi. ^
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f'asll Capital, -
an' II. Keiaou, Secretary,
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HARTFORD. CONN.
- $£€ 0 , 0 (H>
»777/ A LARGE SURPLUS.
8 . L. LOOMIS. President.
I NSURES Store*. Merchandise. Mill*. Factories,
and Personal Property generally, at rates con
sistent with the hazard assumed.
DWELLING HOUSES
^ And their contents, insured for a term of years
on the most favorable terms. Particular atten
tion is given to this branch of Insurance, by this
Company.
' Losses Equitably Adjusted and
Promptly Paid.
W. B. FULKERSON, Agent.
Port Gibeou, Mim.
R.4T This Company lias complied with the State
6 - 6 m Oct. 10, 1857.
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law.
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rrnom . »I«»«»»«»».« n *
CHOICE FIRST C LA 88 IHSURANC E
of;
1
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, pjRE and INLAND NAVIGATION
INSURANCE
L. .. .
; Calls the attcnfiion of its friends, patrons, and the
public generally, to the following facts ;
«Fm havlnu
A Cttsll Capital Of SA00.000 !
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\ Has transacted business successful)v thirty-ei gb
» year*, and continue* to progress in
\ JfotUh, W'cnUh and VitaLiy.
t>..;.i * .. — r „ - ^
1 illd Aggregate Loss o t over
I $10,000,000.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
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IN THE
ÆTNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Incorporated 1819 —Charter Perpetual.
Is organized on a National basis, with local agen*
cie* in all the principal places under a mer
cantile system ; founded on a cash stan
dard. with an enviable reputation
alike the same on the banks of
the Hudson or the Missis
sippi. the Gulf or Mexi
co, or the Northern
Lakes; pre
senting a
powerful organi
zation as a conservator of
public good and bond of integrity;
equal to all emergencies it undertakes, worthy tbo
STABILITY AND DIGNITY
of an
Eminent American Corporation ;
ON MERIT ALONE
Founding its claims to Patronage and Favor,
Affording superior facilities and security in mat
•f Insurance—Commercial, Mechani
cal or rural, while ranking for
importance and public ' -vice
THE FIRST
j Of Fire Insurance Companies of Amtriea.
IN Hilt K» AT
Rules and Rates as liberal a* the risks assumed
permit for solvency and fair profit.
«fir especial attention given to the Insarauco
of DWELLINGS and CONTENTS, for a period
of from one to Are years.
Losses equitably aiijnsted and promptly
! paid. Policies issued without delay bv
W. B. FULKERSON.
. June 20 . *57. 43-ly Agent at Port Gibson.
Mfl
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JAMES H. CAPERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AXIl DKALKK IN
I Pork, Rope, Bassin«, flour, Ac.,
BO. 11, I AKT ST ST.,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Q 7 * Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Rkkkrrxcim.— H. B. Hunt, e«q.. Vicksburg; R.
C. McCay and Dr. T. H. Capers. Rockt Spring*.
Miss.; Joseph Regan, Cayuga. Mis«.; B. A. Beau
champ. Utica. Mi«».; John Buckingham A Co..
Grand Gnlf, Mis».; T. Henderson A Tvale. New
Orleans. La._ fmy22 ly
Just Received
£*AA PAIRS Rasaett Brogans.
1 hhd choice Sugar,
*20 bbls extra •• Harrison'' Flour.
8 . F.
17 hags Irish Potatoes,
IB boxes Cheese,
24 bags Shot,
bbl*.
N
ds. (heap.
Lime and Caatenl,
500 English Fir * Bricks,
1 bbl. Lard Oil,
IJ* Lard Oil.
Vinegar,
6 large Iron Pots.
6 Nova Sootia Grindstone»,
6 bandies and fixtures for nbem*. And
W. B. FULKERSON.
20
in
to
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for sale by
OoL 2, 1857.
#
/^\ats—Oats. -lOOboshel* !■ store, and for
talc hy [jan'.'3] W. B. FULKERSON.

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