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SPRING, 1858.
NOW READY FOR
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THE SPRING TRABE!
LARGE STOCK OF
0TAFLE AND FANCY
DRY UOODS!
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CLOTHING ! !
SHOES, Ac., Ac.
"Ktcr True to their Motto P'
8. BERNHEIM HR & BRO.
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Port Gibson, March 13, 1858.
RECEIVED BY
FRANKINBUSH & ENGLESING.
Pori Gibson, March 13, 18.18.
NEW GROCERIES.
WOl'LD most respectfully iuform iny cus
tomers that 1 have just received a fine assort
tuout of
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Family Supplie*,
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Consisting of—
BACON,
LAUD,
FLOUR—best in tlie
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And in fact a little of almost anything that is
World ;
DRY GOODS,
SHOES.
GROCERIES,
kept in this line of trade.
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P. BETHEA.
HEW SPRING GOODS
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FORBES'.
11 i> in 4 ui' 1» i
ti. IvLADLIt, ;
.HOUSE PAINTER AND DECORATOR,
^ _ .i i ».(»li.Kn.it'ih.nn !
TTAy iNG permanently located ' '
4f t '" r Vf.».»,., FANCY
Sm%n^fKteTwwSteta;
Marble. Painting on Walls, (plain aud fancy,)
Paoer Hanging. Glazing, !
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Decorating in Composition,
nnd fluishing work of all kinds—all of which he ;
rill execute in the most artistic manner, and ac-1
cording to the latest and best style of his art.
®4!r Best of references given. !
Port Gibson, August 1, 18.17. 4'J-ly
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March 20. 1858.
stock in the city, purchasers will find it to their i
advantage to call and examine the goods and
learn the Drices before Durchiisiug elsewhere. ;
\v"ll kwconsUntïyChaîd
Maiide Sofa aud Centre Tables, Extension Ta
bles of Mahogany, Walnut Work and Card 1
Tables Dressing Tables, Walnut' and
Cherav DiXg TablirOak Mahog
anv and Rosewood Sideboards.
Bureaus of Walnut. Rosewood and Mahogany.
\nnolrs Wastatands Bedsteads. Parlor Chairs.
Tete-a-Tetes. Ottomans, Divans, Easy Chairs,
Rockers. Etegeree, SecreUriee and Bookcases,
Oak and Walnut Office Chairs, Dining-room Chairs,
Childrens' Chairs ami Rockers. Mahogany and
Walnut Tea-povs and Light Stands.
Hair, Moss and Spring Mattresses,
Looking-glasses and Matting.
Rosewood and Mahogany Parlor Sete-Togcth
T, ZU * KM ' fuu, ' d iu " Kur " i,ur '
™il.»n entire new E.UMi.bmcnt, »».1
no nM Stock nn Imu.l Pnrcbn.or. will IM II
bly made, aud at greater bargains than auy oth
er house in the citv. I
'CHARLES A. STEWART. !
New Orleans Ociooer 30,185«. 10-ly |
SOUTHERN
FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
The Largest Establishment in the South.
No». 171 and 173 Canal Street.
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ALL NEW GOODS.
T HE undersigned having opened a large and
splendid assortment of
NEW SOUHERX FURNITURE.
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is prepared to supply the trade and families on |
the most liberal terms. This being the only new I
Tfl rnTTHKI PI AKJTPRQ
IU UUIIUn rLMN I tn». t
A GOOD chance is now offered for Plasters to
furnish themselves with
E. Price's Patent Colton Carriers. i
and pty lor the same with Cotton Seed, at the |
rste Of (What the Oil Factors' agent, .repaying) t
n .VwI i
rthlMaaf.a.n^r^rand ïha p àntlr „
oil the Mississippi river, and the Planter return
ing the sacks tilled with seed at tke same land- :
teH.lVab'eTte
merchantabie condition which will be worth
tove time, mors to him than a Carrier will cost.
For further part enlar-address
E. PRICE & CO.,21 Poydras.t |
New Orleans, La. j
P A IILJCK !
* in i .in««' ■■ * i
_ rAiNTMor ;
PictHres, Fla^s, Fresco, ( amazes, Si^ns, •
,vr> «vin««
and ORNAWKNTO,
Varnlstoli'g FnrnHare, Paper IlAiiging.Ulaxliig
PAINTING IN GENERAL , See.,
ROCKY SPRINGS, MISS.
Refer to Dr. Thomas, Port Gibson. Miss.
CONNELLY & GRAMPIAN,
Ootton F actors,
NO. 5li CARON DELICT STRKET,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
G eorge covnelly and j. w. champlin
have formed a business connection as Cot
ton Factors, under the firm and style of Connelly
A Champlin. dating from the 1st day of Septem
ber, 1858. Mr. Champlin will remove from Grand
Gulf to New Orleans about the 1st day of June,
[apr24-ly
T i**ey and Jeans.-^>00 yards of Old
JU hani, Scott A Co.'s Kentucky Linsey and
Jeans, inn received and for »ale by
apr!7 „ J. S. MASON.
May 9, 1857. 37-ly
aprJ-ly
next
GEORGE V. MOODY,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, |
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
P RACTICES la the Circuit and 'Chauyry
I Courte of Chtihorne and Jelfbrson counties 51
also, in Bolivar and Washington county Circuit
and Chancery Courts, and in the Courts a Jack- !
MM [mayl-ly
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on, Miss.
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JAMES DOUGLASS,
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Engraver and Lithographer,
no. 17. irr ciiAiti.KM btrkkt,
NEW ORLKAN«, LA.
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II. Carpenter fc Co., Agent*,
POUT GIBSON. MISS.
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july 17-3m
; un- I
fin and Mill Hands. -I win not w
V T dersold by any one in the above article.
july31 SPOONER FORBES.
, A Machine Beltiug.-1480 feet, from three
! 1.VA to tun inohes wide, just rec'd and lor sale by
junl!» S. FORBES.
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«* PAIR MARSEILLES QUILTS, ,
JUST RECEIVED, i J
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i T HAVE the pleasure of informing my old eus- 5
j X turners and the public geuerully timt 1 have 2
j just received a large stcck of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting or Black and Fancy Cloths and Cas
sintere*, Tweeds, single milled Ct— liefe*, and a *
j flue assortment of Linen Drills, Marseilles Vest
Ings. and block und faucy Vestings. Thankful
! for past patronage. I solicit a continuance of the 4
< same. [mch20] A. J. CARNAHAN.
At BERN 11 ELMER'S.
NEW GOODS!
A. J. CARNAHAN.
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Washington Hotel.
, cpilE terms of Boarding at this House |?j|j
1. ure cash. Those who caunot or do not yi!|]
I pay once a month, will please make arrangements 1
some where else for credit, for I cannot afford tc | 1
• do it. M. O. HOPKINS. 2
Proprietor.
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JEWELRY STORE.
AVING purchased a portion of the
ttock of Jewelry owned by F. Buck
' ingliam. und made liberal additions to the
sanie, I have commenced the Jewelry business one 4
is door be lour Messrs. Bcrnheinier »V Bro.. where I'd"
will lie pleased to attend to the wants of the com- 4
munity in the twist manner possible. All repair- '*
iug done neatly ami promptly. Old Gold and
Silver taken in payment for Jewelry.
apr!7 tf ' GEORGE WILD.
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Metalic fastenings for 1 .
1 Oouietliing Neil
! O Bands, and l.ace Leather for same, just re- , (
I ceived and for sale by
junl!)
SPOONER FORBES^ 'J
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Machine Belting.
i 'TTTE have a large stock of the Vulcanized
; yV Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes, 1 ,
*«• U •» " '"to« 1 «--, au». r*i» c«ii». ! J
! straw Cutters. Fan Mills, Corn Shelters, spinning 1 1
' ' Wheels, and an endless variety of equally useful.
if " ül """«"•*> »rliclw. ; M
JOHN BLCKLNG.IAJ. 4 CO. j
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! I ' , °* t f'»* 1 « 11 «**
A T Odd Fellows' Hall, oa the night of the Com
(A. mencemcnt, a fine new English SADDLE.— j
he ; Any one finding it will be suitably rewarded by |
ac-1 returning the same to this office. (july 17-tf i K
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! O ft BOXES good common Tobucco. forplan
OO tation use ;
j half boxes superior Pan cake Tobacco ;
10 cases heavy .Mud Boots ;
1 j •• fine Calf
2 *• Boys' sewed do
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b - heavvandliehtBro««nsiustrecdatiÎT.
... ^ K ltFItMlKlMFItS
BhKMIhlMLR ».
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xo. 77 k 79 TCHomrouLAH .ST., 1
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^ Df . JIIPI c t0111 *, l4 , ,
f pure white corn (or sale as
1 ** U can Ttr » v
July 18, 18o7. w. B. FULKERSON.
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0 "'** 44 1,0,11 Wkmj Concern.
fflllE undersigned baring erected a Blacksmith '
X Shop in front of the well-known residence of
Dr. A. Ï Peck, to desirous to let all who ;
nmy teel interestexl. know that he .s prepareil to |
do all kinds of Blacksmithing; also, wood-work. |
at the shortest notice-eftpecially horse-shoeing and
plow work—as he has procured the well known Jim
I'ajte- Will be thankful for a share of patronage.
niaylStl JOHN R. DAVIS.
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,na J* 5 _ SPOONER FOUBBi.
II For Sale
land, with improvements such as a small planter j
I woold require. Possession given at once. i
! dec 12 J. S. MASON. I
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U,r S . Arriva...
do, assorted ;
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E. J. HART & CO
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WHOLESAMC DUAl.KIto IN
Li<|iior»,U^ine<*,Tobaeco,Tea,Cigars,
and all kinds ok
i Groceries, Chemclals, Drugs, Quinine, &c.,
on |
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HK BBIA Extra and superfine Flour;
t / 0 2 hlld „ Browa Sugar.j»st receiretl by
nov28 W. B. FULKERSON.
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i STEWART & PINT AH D, ,
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t ommisbiou Produce Merchant», :
i att v , ' b, , u
A LL Piantat.on supplies furnished, pavabh T
out of next crop, and advances made on !
: Co ttop shipped to Hughes, llyllsted A Co., Nc\l j
T^AHNESTOCK'S Vermifuge;" "" ' !
F«-* : f „
J«°* J 11 KING * U A_
PI AMTATIflN FORÇAI F
| rLMn I A I IUR run OMLCi
j j OFFER for sale my Plantation, five miles from the
! Graud Gulf, known as the "McNeill place,''
i con4 »'h*ng 780 Acre». The place will be sold
; on accommodating tenitaflo# vliiqh apply on the
• premises, or to j. s. ma 8 on, port Gi^on.
J. J. MaàvTHUB,
September 1». 1857. « ^ $km*
tbo
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and
He
Just Received and for Sale,,
BBLS. of Harrison Flour;
2 hbds of Brown Sugar;
1 bbl of crushed do
1 box of No. 1 loaf do
1 box Burton A M. extra Tobacco;
15 keg* of Nails;
1 bundle of Germdn Steel;
1 bar of Cast
1 bundle of hEIf-inch round Iron;
1 do Horseshoe Iron;
4 doken painted Buckets.
ft
25
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sept 12
W. B. FULKERSON.
L. KIEFER,
Opposite the Court* House,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CL0THIKG
AND PRODUCE MERCHANT,
Port Gibson, Nov. 22, '56. 13-tf
| T.GAltEIHON'S
HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS.
*NJT U* r
New Furniture at
51 /ANE do*, fine Marble top Ma- ^
\_J hogany. Rosewood and VVal-^
! nut
HuiTuiis. ffTTaflfiV !
i £ do*, pedestal Bureaus, superior finish,
! 2 " uressing do assorted styles and finish
* " marblu top Wuslistauds,
assorted
marble top Sideboards,
fine Secretary What-Nots,
side and corner
mahogany, walnut and plain Wardrobes,
Rook Cases, assorted,
inahog'y, walnut and plain extension tables,
Rili ng and Breakfast Tables,
square and routid office do
work and candle Stand, fiue. assorted.
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fancy rosewood and mahogany Stands,
enclosed inah'y. walnut aud oakWashstands,
Misses' dressing Bureaus,
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Toilet Stands
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Bedsteads.
setts fine Octagon and Eclipse Bedsteads.
•• Cottage aud Iun Rosewood do
Misses' single and double
cottage and plain Trundle do
Cribs, assorted sixes and styles,
Lounges; 10 setts spring bottoms,
tine aud plain Hut stanfls.
marble top Sofa and Center Tables.
j 2 " gilt nnd mahogany frame Looking-glasses,
5 |, ( -<|ronui furniture, complete,
2 ** quarletl taffies, in rosewood and mahog'y
Hair and moss Matt russes.
Double and single Lounges.
OHKIosr Carpeting, 18 feet w,de.
* | ,a,u> 5 ,?*
Shower Baths.
4 j oz Parlor, rosewood.ma
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can

Chair*.
hogany und Walnut
Chairs,
4 •• cane seat, nss'd style*
and finish,
1 1 " Sofas, Tete-a-tetes and
Divans,
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Ottomans.
* Footstools,
cane seat, bent rim
Chairs.
wood, cane scat, beut rim Chairs,
Jenny Lind
split bottom
j 4 " large arm and cane sewing Rockei»
misses' and child's chairs, assorted,
cane and wood seat table chair*, ass'td.
Revolving Chairs.
setts poacelain and bruss wheel bed castor*,
jiapers Carpet Tacks.
12" ] tâtent spring cloths pins.
2 ** wire and tin Safes.
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Wooden W are.
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large and smalI Tubs,
foot Tubs ami Keelers.
'J " HuckeK
I " large and small Stands.
1 •• butler-buckets and uiilk-piggins,
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; M ill»« M i.nrrr«. I«r k -e Cbilbe. Uukrlr. l««rk»l '
j Baskets, willow Wagons ami Cabs, willow Cru
dies, a few mce Door Mate, 8 do* Shaker and
!>>»'» Brooms, 4 do* hull and hearth Broom-.
Wagons.
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wood bowls aud trays,
tine Selves,
steak mallets and rimmed dippers.
Willow-Ware.
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12\18, 10x12 and 8x10 window sash, and glass Of
to til the Sash. Also, large Glass, from 12x20 tu
1 30x10 inches. Gilt moulding lur picture trnnies. the
with many useful articles on hand, fijr sale on t
iT' n ^ tOK ^ ( !l!r y,f I!-,, I,,OW . °i
friends and customer*, w itli many new oues. to
come and buy liberally, pay promptly, and thus
. .. nrrd - v - ri, aukful lor pas. tavurs bop.
to receive many more. r. (.ARRIhON. ■ wm
lor Gibson. June *,.18.,* :
f . 1>.—Onlere tilled I milled lately for M indow <
Blinds Sash Doors Ac TG !
UIII 1 US. oara, i»uors. ,xc.
A LARGE and well assoi ted stock of these * gr
1 il go»*l* on hand, both w hite ami colored.
I from 4-4 to Ü-4 wide. ;
1 j UJ|1# JOHN BUCKINGHAM & CO.
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QAA »»«i« rradvad at , X
0\/v* lulylO MKRNHhIMhR N.
Land for Saif. " ,,
... t . de.
T OFFER for sale, on good terms, either lor cash k ,.
'vVT'f™ tf™ ^I part 01 y
' 18 '{. ant '. h K) * u,m 'r a L p,n ^ r, .'| Ke
begmt and U m. Neill, on the
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| 8 6 S VaR C'ORIS. !
| . Near Winters'Saw Mill
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REPI dJICUIUN !
ntrLtNIoHINGi !
! Ue^
.11 M- '^G !«*»«•
mil* mmmm «-I,«. . ,
1 Ur».: '»Idi.inn.l l,r >'
OBC YNPIES '
j LMl.KOIDhRKD II DK !•.>,
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DOMESTICS. !
8 H bS)TS to
Ladies; Embroidered Skirts. Rattan Hoops. j
and Lustres and white Marseilles. ;
W imlow Sasli.
Canton^Hatting*.
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Men's and Bovs' Marseiiles Shirts and Collars ; j
b,ttck ! '' lk MiUs i -Mosqalla Netting, etc., etc.,- I the
All to Ik* sold quick and at low figures.
jun2ü 8. BERNHEIM ER k BRO.
T^lavorlug E*tract».-Gemon, Vanilla, Of
T Oraugc, Rose, Cinnamon. Celery, for sale by
i U nv« I H KING A CO
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Attorney and Counsellor at Law, tyof
AND SOLICITOR LX CHANCERY,
Port Gibaon, Mi»».
TJRACTICKS in the various Courts of Clai
l' lH»rne. Jefferson and Copiah counties,aud in
the Superior Courts at Jackson.
Prompt and faithful attention given to the col
lecting business. Office in the new building op
posite the Court-house. [julyiO
2'i Years a Citizen of Port Gibson.
JOSHUA KELLY
NFORMS his old friends and the public gene
rally, that having established a new shop nn
tbo street that leads from the Washington Hotel
to the Railroad Depot, is now prepared to do all
kinds of
Wagon and Blacksmith Work.
Plantation work of all kinds done at short notice,
and in the most improved style of workmanship.
He has now on hand a lot of Carts. Plows aud
solid .Sweeps, built in the best manner. The pa
tronage of his old customers and the public gen
erally is most respoctfnlly solicited.
Port Gibson, June 26, 1858-ly
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and
to
will
be
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ment
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Just Received,
bbls. Mess Pork;
2 Casks Green sides,
5 bbls. Onions,
10
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W. B. FULKERSON.
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BROUGHTON & BKO.,
AT THE
OLD BRICK STORE,
CORNER OF COMMERCE A MAGNOLIA St.,
Rodney, Mias.
Sprlns Stylo»,1808.
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IC Rich r îb»rîge R T
Rich Organdies, in side stripe, two aud
three flounces, and double skirt Organdies,
IMain Onrandies 1
French jicouet* aud Lawns,
Percale Printed Robes, '
)>i„i„ o-m-m !
( ' I,,sm> Kilk* '
Hul _ti k d'i...
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Embroidered Mantles, white and black. j
Setts in Valencleuues Collars and sleeves,
" "*™"mbroid « " •" ;
Embroidered Collars,
Starve*, !
Breakfast setts, j
Victoria do
Misses setts Collar and blsoves,
Collars,
Infants' Robes and Waists,
Barege Shawls.
Malakoff do°!Tteel utmuitm —a new article; ;
be put in a baud box. or In any small box. |
Corded hoop skirts, f
Embroidered L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Worked Bands, j
Edging* and inserting«, <
Kid and silk Gloves. !
Fan* uud J*arasois.
Beau tillers. j
French, English and American Prints,
And all article* Wanted for Ladles' «*». Will
be glad to show goods to the ladies, and without
charge.
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A roll assortment of Gents' and Boys' Nummer |
Clothing.
; Clothing, Hats. Boots and Shoes. Ac., Ac.
Provision».
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Cape Jessamine -Extra St. Louis Flour,''*
"Stagg's" celebrated sugar cured Ham*.
Duttield's
do do do do
do spiced round* B«ef in kite,
do Mess lieef, half barrels r
do dried beef,
do Beef Tongue*,
do Breakfast Bacon.
do
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do
do
No. 1 Lear Lard, in Keg*.
Bacon (clear and rit») Sides,
Sugar, Cotfee aud Rice.
Staple Goods.
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4-4 nnd ; Lowels,
UusH*'»s^ OWt I
Kentucky grey Jeans and Linsey. natural i
color, a new article tor Negroes -same price and
quality of the white.
Kentucky Jeans and Llnwv. white.
Rope, Twine, and all articles wanted on a j
; Plantation -all .»I which we will sell 011 rea*«i»a
b'e terms, on twelve mouths' credit, or for CASH
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PURE SELECT POWDERED
which we prefer.
BROUGHTON k BRO.
, Rodney. March 20. 1S5S.
DRUGS,
OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES
SED in Medicine, put up in one Ik. Imlflb.,
and quarter lb. buttles, warranted to la* gen- !
nine, aud free from any adulteration. ;
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Of every kind which are u*ed in the Southwest |
direct fruni the limsl extensive manulactures ,*f
the same in the United Slates, warranted to I**
t H,ual if not superior to any imported.
PATENT MEDICINES. !
Of every variety which have maintained anving.
!#t|o| f , M . for ,.' th( . |M1 |,llc. . .„bracing a ver'v I
, iM A ll new kinds will Is- ubtaiu. d
■ wm .„ lWirwl? nnd furnished at Northern and ,
: F^M.rn prie. s. 1
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! WINDOW G LAS.*-PURE WHITE LEAD AND j
utiii.'I> imivin 1
I nil hi; 1 AIM. .
Direct from I he lllakiTS. including several color- l
* gr , M , IM i in 0 i|. Linseed Oil, l.urd Oil. Turpeiitine
Varnishes, etc. »
; ' „ .. v it u r n V
rEKrvMF.nr.
rum the extensive establishment of Jules Ilauel, ;
, X . Bazin, 11. P. A. IV. C. Taylor, and A. W. Har
ris*»n. Philadelphia, including a superior assori
" ,, " t of ,lr "* h 1 , :r- Coml ^ ;
de. Imvander Water and Extracts (or the hand
k ,. reh |,. r .
y Qf Grouth and Preservation of the
HAI n. !
K .thaliron Javne's
Ha'r To.ic Balin (iotembiu lleneh Powders,
Bazin's k Iteuel * Og-Mnrrow, and other prepar
ation* of tbo kind. I 11 addition to the above, a
ores, variety of Famv Articijm elected the
«resent *ea«ôn nanielr- Porte Monnaie- CanlCa
papier Machie 1'ört Folios Fan- Tod?t But- 1
Ue^ ete etc it roiios. ran N Mot- (
... #<lll
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u£»' ÎÂÜIwSSâ&îr'ta
llorrinon'. cclebmU d Ink., onbraclnn Blnck.
For burning laird or Lard-Oil. from Cornelius
Baker A Co.. Philadelphia, Candelabra* and their
newly patented Camlbtaicks. with shades Tor the
eV ' ril S HJ£ ES ' < ptt * #r ,nd
!■« S.
Screens. Bordering Paper und wide paper, made
expressly for window curtains
home newly painted Oil W indow Shades, from
the manufacturer, Philu., comprising several
handsome patterns.
Landi eth»s Garden Seeds
Of the growth of tha y^r 1853, just received and
warranted fresh. Also, a variety of Fewer Seed
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BOOKS AND STATIONERY:
tyof Pew annuals amlgiabooks fo r 1 856, splen
bookH . mi « e llantOus tmoks of standard authors •
including a great variety of new works, novels toy
books etc.
Ledgers, Day, Record and Memorandum Books of
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LBUsuxlUs.
and
STATIONEnY *
different sizes and styles of binding ;
School Books s
Quilts,
and numerous other articles which it is imposible
to name in the limit* of an advertisement, which
will be found in my store, and all of which will,
be sold on a* reasonable term* as at any establish- a
ment in this section of the counter
ment in tM* «eaon or toe oenntrr.
Wagons.
W E have a good assortment of Wagons, and
will receive weekly shipments during the '
season. Planters or others wishing to order a
particular kind, can, by leaving their orders with 1
us, rely upon getting a good article at a reasona- J.
bleprice. [junl9] J. BUCKINGHAM
CHARL
Port Gibeon, August 28,1858.
SHREVE.
SPLENDID assortment of Trusta«, selected
A
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MCLEAN'S
Ar fi.n TA* 4 **
,t 'rTc fo 5**»
Nlpeiifftheiiiiiff Cordial
, HInod Purifier.
. . . , . This Cor
1 T™® greatest remedy in the world. TO* MV*
1 dW i- distilled from a berry known oo£
™7«'' r - f ^ chemically combined with wme of
! the most Taluable medical roots, herbs and bark*
known to the mind of man. vie : blood root, block
root, wild cherry bark, yellow dock, da n d s llo—,
sarsaparilla, elder flowers, with others, producing
j the most infallible remedy for the restoration of
health ever known.
; 14 is Nature's own BmT
Curing diseases by natuve's law. When taken,
! It» healing influences are felt coursing through
every vein of the body, purifying and accéléra- 1
j ting the circulation or the blood. It neutralize« ,
any bilious matter in the stomach, and strength
en* the whole organization.
McLean'* Strengthening Cordial will effectual
ly cure Liver complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, [
Chronic nr Xtraws Debility, Diseases of the
; Kidneys, ami all diseases arising fnm \
| a disordered IÀrer or Stomach,
f Dy-pepsiu, Heartburn. Inward Piles, Acidity
sickness of the stomach, fullness of blood to the
j head, palpitation of the heart, fullness or weight
< in the stomach, sour emetalious, choking or suflo
! eating feeling when lying down, dryness or yel
lowness of the skin and eyes, night sweats, inward
j fevers pain in the small of the back, chest or side,
sudden flashes of heat, depression of spirits, had
dreams, langnr. despondency or any nervous dis
wrM | ,, r hiothce* on the skin, aud fever and ;
or ,
I ague. It will also cure diseases of the bladder,
aud womb, such as seminal weakness, incontinence
| of urine strangnary, inflamation or weakness of i
ths womb or bladder, whites, Ac.
There is no Mistake About It !
.
This Cordial will never fail to cure any of the
J alfove disease*, if taken as per directions on each
bottle, iu Gernmn, English and French.
Over half a million Bottles
, Have been sold during the past six months, and in
no instance has it failed in giving entire satisfac
tion. Who, then, will suffer from weuknem or de
! bility when Mclx-ao's •strengthening Cordial will
cure you ?
To the Ladies.
Do you wish to be healthy and strong ? Then
1 goat race aud get some of McLean's 4'ordial. It
I w 'iR strengthen and invigorate your blood to flow
i 1 lbr ««K'* ^7 •"<*, th '' rich . rosy bloom of
V" 1 "* »«»ou..* to your cheek again. Every bot
tie warranted to give satisfactiou.
j
We say to pareute. if your children are sickly,
puny, ur aflicted with complaints prevalent a
, lining children, give them a small quantity of Me
I Lean s Cordial, and it will make them healthy,
fat and robust- Delay not a moment, try it and
you w-fll be convinced. It is delicious to take.
Every Country Merchant
J Should procure a supply of McLeau's Strength
: cuing Cordial. It sells rupidly, because it always
! cures. A lil»-ral discount will be made to those
For Children.
wh, .\ , î"Z t "' v ! tll ,^ i * in - rl
! * At TloN -Beware or druggist*, »r dealers who
; *» pull upon you wine bttter or saraa
! parti la tra-h. which they can t»uy cheap, by say
! ing it is just as good. Avoid such men. A-k for
| Strengthening Cordial, and take ins
, (| j n ,J OQ |y rr nn-dy that will puri
t ^. thoroughly and ui the same time
strengthen the system. '
! One teblespoonful Uken every morning fast-j
anving. is a ceriuiu preventive for Cholera. Chills
I and Fever. Yellow Fever, or any prevalent dim ase
Price 41 per Itottle. or 8 buttles for $A.
, J. H. McLEAN. sole proprietor |
1 r-fTPrincipal depot on the corner of Third and 1
Pim. «u St I unis Mo !
j 1 '"'J**:- J**"' 1 M . !
1 or sale ill Port Gibson by
- A. R. LEONARD i
l .. . _, flll . .. . 1
^ olCWfliC Oil Ltmlment. 1
» The l»e*t Liuitaeal in the world for ama or beast ! *
Another remarkable care perforated by McLeaaa
Volcanic Oil Liniment. Read for yourselves :
; Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living near Cas*
Aveoue on Tenth street, had a horrible running :
sore oa bis foot. He trn-d various Liniments,
; •'»aires, Ac., but could do it no good He des
paired of ever being able to work at bin trade a -1
Jpiin. I»eca..<e he couU not bear any weight on
bis foot; and by one «mall bottle of Mc Lane'* 1
! Volcanic Oil Liniment, he is now perfectly cured.
Rheumatism, pvaiysis. neuralgia, bruises,
•'Prai»'. stiffness intnejointsor muscle«, swellings ;
«>re throat, ear acl.e or toothache, wounds, fresh
c« 4 *' burns, pains. Ac., jneld to the
''niiigicMnflueiice of this wonderful Liniment :
* UT hor * v * andcattle.it is an infallible remedy
1 for cratches, crucked heels, lame
( ^ splint fistula bruises. swel
bugs, wounds, rattlesnake bites and various oth
I h. 2 '.TSo«i" "* b " ' rom
<:onn.rv m.r, hanu .bonld ,,l,Uln . .«ppl, nf,
Also inj ort Gibson. Mi»*., by
meh'ii-ly A. R. LEONARD, Agent.
- ~~~~~ .~7.~-.~ ~ ~ r - - ! n
JOHN BUCKINGHAM Si CO., on*

PloWS, a^ODS, ( amageS, and Bllj^lCS, fhe
mtapiji AXft FAMCT
jjp- Q 0 odS and Clot hin g; Hardware,
y sioin.Kav. nTwmS'aoo», ! that
fifd ftyflf, Mtflft.
^orhig' L àn!î r Forwird"ng'Öf CoUon^Mcr^
apr3 ^ ÏÂd"S ouT ^ > "'
ftpr3 lj ° f C
-
SHOES. CHINA. GLASS, EARTHENWARE,
PAINTS, OILS. DRUGS, MEDICINES.
PLANTATION Ml PPIJKI,
and mkkchandizk ok evert DRSCRirriox, I
with
rer.
_ der.
Plantation and !• orty Slates etc.,
TTOR «AT.TT!
O xi 1 \\ * *~t » « . !
N reasonable terms, at private sale, at any f -,
time before the 30th November next, a yaf
nable Plantation, six miles from the Mississippi
River, near Millikins'Bend, Madiaon Pariah, La.,
containing 1040 acres of first class alluvial
land—400 acres cleared and well ditched, new
framed Gin and Quarters, Dwelling honse,
houses and Ci-terns. With the place will be sold,
if desired, 40 acclimatedfilaves, and Moles, Oxen,
stock of Cattle. Farming Utensils. Ac- The
above will be sold to close a partnership, and on
J
out
a long credit, upon m ° r tgage secu n tj
Address tebU. V. MOODY,
juisi-4« Att'y at Law, Port Gibsoo, Miss.
t-tr Vicksburg True Southron, Jackson Mis
siMippian and N. 0. Picaprune will copy weekly I
until 30tb Nor. next, and send Mil to this office L'
for P* 7 mept ' * —
TT
J. A
i rar
! Wi ,
AVING sold ont the Drug Store lately occu
S ied by Messrs. Pearson A Jewett to Messrs.
s H. KING A CO., we cheerfnliy recom- 1
{mend them to the public as men of character and
worthy of their confidence. |
AYKR'S
Cathartic Pill*,
i
(SUOAM CO ATM*,)
CLEANS* THE «LOOD AJf3 C1HU TB
i
lawlia, ratkm,
11 g I J I mi , :h ■ m 11
■jitf* mi
1
,
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r ^
tta«
[
sr&sdf dy ssa tety
\ SLnssmute
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Indigestion and Impurity of the Bt
km. J. V. Kimts, Pnom if Mm*i Cmmk,
fjr the Mood ttey or# tbs verr test rsmto
Bw» . »ad 1 eon constantly rwonsma
" 1llir T0 * r *'
;
VivaMms, Vo, M*f i
I . i I ri ■
anyway«
»as toon*«
Qtjmu Pili*. It
a*o urn. If ttay mlU sat*
1
D. W.
Tears wit* groat roopact.
OmMsf
Billows Disorders and
liuonuat or em l**m»ta> *
W4saMMM. a O. T a», MA f
fflMM •WW'
a;
ly ttay am sa
SfraWJEBrïfi
of Om Mmrim Bo*MO.
n y
I
Dy^aterr, Relw, and W
rt Urne«, liirTLä»», Lrr. Co, ■!<*., Hot.
AntiT^H
KjBn
Wsl
msm,*teh
(OmS)
mr tw
»*l*hl«,rt hmi KM.SS4
l*rp s—Blttlw of
. Omm
mis. wane
mn do turn*
m ptod from too to InMfMinjn
MRgaai tait mmek «ta., wnkmmt boteinirof mUnif
oroatboa. >afb s su i M äa. to yoam. WWtb to ostasU»
good sad boa—I, will bo g r ta od
,
Mirra, rrnmmMm. ,
I
bar# nsod yoar POU wttb uSli Nhl W
.«il. ind tbo- Ism <wllo4 toridl
Da. Am:
-
tboai to ay
Wits**, WroMJ» Co. H. T^Oot W, 11A
_: lira tan* your Cothartic PUU la œun*
u—, nod Sad th—• aa •*—itent purnu—to
systoa sad partly tbo fcwnuira» of ^ ^
i -- p Ti . jeWer.
erystpeuut^sero^inia,
■■ _. _ _
. Da. Am: Tow nils an Ute pa'** M> of sH thsd to
*t— t to nodldne. Tboy tan ea—d »y lutte dra agfrus
f ° 1< * l r ?" * or **
1, .gm-tad with btotcb—'uid oimi-i— o* b— *iiii
u4 la
btebsir After oar child was «rod. tote stoo trttel—w
Pflte. sad they bars cured tar. ASA MoRORI WJ«.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Goal.
Fnm Mr Mm. Dr. Hawku, if Or MtikuH* MpU Chart*.
Pviasbi Hoc*«, gâVASSta. Oa. J»n A UM
Hosoud Mb : I should b* uagTsteful tor lb, tatet yow
aa untach*
A cold tatted Is my limbs snd hrounbtH
anrilgte («itiB, which «adrd la cbroale rtasms t tau
NotwlttateaAlag 1 tad tta bta of pbyiktate, ita dteMM
■Dili, by tta adrtea of yoar um V
l Dr. Mactaaste, 1 toted ysar Mite.
TtatooUw
In Balt I nuira,
aow'taUraly wail.
Shuts Cantin, tan» Rornt, U, 4 Doc., 1144.
Da. Am: I tar* b—n totitay curod by yoar Mto rf
ftbaantellc Goat— a psialbl dites— tta* tad stoieud sm
VI SCANT * LI DELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Cobs
plaints, roqnlriag mb bcUt, |»r«a, tboy sr* su sita
f.ut romady.
For Coativenesa or Constipation, and aa
a Dinner Pill, ttay sra ««reeatla and odartosl
Fite, floppressioa. Paralysis, Inflamma
tion, sad *ud Uesfnsss, sod Partial Blind
ness, bars been ewrod by tta altetalTs artlua of tbssa
rate.
Most «4 tta Ml Is autfkat cnntola Mamiry, wbirb, sb
though a raloabte moody In akllfml banda, te dasyorow
la O yabUc yiU. fron tba draadful i..0*0.4aanraa that ft»
fasatly trite« to teaariteas ass. Ttass eoBUdn so mm
rury or Bioata »ubiUuce wtates,r.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
« _ --ta a. »»Lite of n. .w*.
JÏJÂ JÄyÄ. JlStaJS t^taUTÂ
A— rtcas sutaa. in wwdarta raraa of jmitawory
++* ^ ï
Z ^n^Ttaany^r. -bteb h...»* 1
»m. UtId« too^yot it. rtrtayoT„ ih. -atote
< 11 »««« m tta ttaoaiaDil luB«a. White H te tta
moat pewtaW aratktota yrt koown to »a. tor ita tonrab
tato* *nd «Uogarou» item of tta puUnonvy naa, It
to ateo tta ptauaotta and tatet renady ttat
pleyM tic Infante ao<) yojinirpsj-m,. Parante abmld
^ ItiSZÄ* w, towS^munt
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PBFPIflFI) IT nt I f ITEl
PIEPARFD *»»• L • Jr*
Fraetiml and Aaalytieal Chemtat, LemeU,Mam
AND MOLD BY
A. R. LEONARD, Port Gibnon ; .
Rocky Spriinr»*
r u î ivm nDP.If «if ît L Ito.»
L. B. 1 \\ LOR, Gallatin, ami bj Drnp
giat* and dealer* in Medicine* over*
[doc26-ly
Will .nbdo. tbo pnin and Io8.rn.llon from 1», «
Inflmnird Fves —Cut*_Wounds —Brni
, We*_Se-ibl Head Corns'and
n U q|^ rSjdnST hSiI ^
on* ('hilMaL nites o P f InsecU-Sweîled and
fhe parU alfected^in be reached.
Don't be credulous about the many diseases
named to be cured by only one thing—but reflect,
that the few, but positive propertfe. which Ihm
Dailey Salve alone contains, and a* heretofore
enumerated—one to four—can reach the aforemen
tioned diseases, but many more not enumerated.
Query.—Do nut ncoriaa brzo rMTsieusa ran
rOR THE RAPID CCRK Of
.CqjaDK, IIOARRKMEH*, imr
, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPI N«
COIOH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IM>
CIP1KHT COM*I'M PTIOM,
sad for tta raltef of contumpilva panante la sdaotead
COl'OHS,
KNU
UI
.*p
* a
• ».
S
./
in million» il dtp ▼• 01 » loan
vou. and cur# TOUT tad* »bite ttay ara cu»bte. »«ta T
fort than until bo human all) ew. master tta
111* Iwn«
know tba drMdfal totailtr of "
r k now »00 tba virtu«« of tils l*Mdf. «• «*4 Ml do
All
mom th*D to mum them It 10 »nil
b* W« tfmr* no ccwt, bo or»,
perfect pc—iMr and that aflord thou who nlf Ml
CliSr.hteb oar .kill eu foralob for tte.tr c.rw
Dailey?*
Genuine Pain Kxtraetor
Old
Fel
mcrire calomel uwarolt rom son* oruimiucvr
diskamem !
•Atr-Each box of GextINI Daixkt'* Pain Ex
tiuctok has upon it a Steel Plate Engraved Label
with the signature of C. V. CLICKNER A CO.,
proprietors, aud HENRY PALLET, manufactu
rer. All others arc counterfeit. Price 25 eta.
der. box.
All orders should be adilcrssed to
J. WRIGHT ACO., Chartres st., New Or lean.
For sale by all Druggists throughout the Uai
-, ' ' 88
Ah0f ior mle in Port G i taon by CHS. 8HREVE,
j a R I FONARD A CO
OLD KAINTUCKÎ
TUST received—30 five gallon kegs aid Bo«r
J bon and Rye Whisky ;
4 bbls John Raine Whisky;
3 * Crow
20 boxes Cornwall A Bro's Star Candles;
20 half do do do do do
10 qr do do do do do
At WALKKRfl't
L'

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I
Strayed,
ROM the subscriber, a brown mare MTTLI,
three years old. marked with sUt in the right
rar - Any person giving information of the saase,
Wi , U * ■ liUbl 7 rCWlrded - _ w a
rp«n Thousand Yards of best Kentucky
1 Jeans and Lioseys, for sale at «xiretady low
prie««, and on our usual accommodating terme. »
Junl9 JOHN BUCKINGHAM è CO
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