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SPRING, 1868.
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SOW READY FOR
THE SPRING TRADE!
L.ARGE STOCK OF
»TAFLE AND FANCY
dry coons !
CLOTH INO 1 !
SHOES, Ac., Ac.
" Ki«r True to their Motto P
S. BERXHE1MER A BRO.
Port Gib« ou. March 13, 18S8.
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Port Gibtiou, March 13, 1^58.
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FLOER-bMt iü tbe i » f
NEW GROCERIES.
WOULD most respectfully luform my cus
tomers that 1 have just received a line assort
ment of
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Family Supplies,
Collating of—
BACON
LAKI>
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1>RY GOODS,
SHOES,
GROCERIES
bud iu fact n little of almoit anything timt 1 «
kept in this liii" of trade.
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NEW SPRING GOODS
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The Largest Establishment in the South. '
No*. 171 and I7ÎÎ Canal Street. ;
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ALL NEW GOODS. .
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1« prepared to supply the trade and familitM on
the tao-t liberal terms. This being the only new '
stock in the city, purchasers will find it to their.
advaatatf*» to call and the Roods and
le.ru the price, before purchH.inj; tlwwbtrc.
Will keen constantly on hand-- ,
Habits«. Dressing Tables. Walnut an?
Cherry Dining Tabl-s. Oak. Maliog- ;
any and Rosewood Sideboards. J
Bureaus o*' Walnut. Rosewood and Mahogany. '
Armoirs, Washstauds. Bedsteads. Parlor Chair,. !
Tete-a-Tetes Ottoman«, Divans, Easy Chairs,
**.*#& Secretaries and Bookcase»,
Oak and Walnut Office Chairs, Dmmg-roomCha.rs.
WaKltTcMOT?'a^d LiSuSttSd? 4h0f " y
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iookinlTl^sïnîtSne""'
L ooking t ,las.*e»and Matting. 1
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•o^d S^ck 0 "SST pTrc^^tr, i
■0 01 a s toe a on nanu. ruruiascrs will find it ,
greatly to their Interest to give thi» Store a call ;
before buying elsewhere as the Proprietor is con
• leut that he can oiler them newer styles of the |
most fashiouable furniture, mortWHii^UrUionit - 1 ma
bly made, and «t greater bargains than any oth-1 d
•r house in the city.
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b'OR BEH'.
March 21. 1838.
H. IlFADKK,
HOUSE PAINTER AND DECORATOR, ;
H AVING permanently located in Port Gibson, j
will give hi» prompt attention to House
Â'œ^wî!r ,r « 5 tL.T!
npor ong ng, az ng,
Decorating in Composition,
and fluiahing work of all kinds—all of which he
rill execute iu the- moat artistic manner, and ac- ;
.•ordiug to the latest and best style of his art.
adr Best of reference« given.
Port Gibson. August 1, 1837.
49-ly
SOUTHERN
FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
rnHK undersigned havitig opened h large and
X flptendid asa rtment of
NEW SOUHERN FURNITURE.
CHARLES A. STEWART.
New Orlcah», October 30, 1856. * 10 -ly
A GOOD chance now offered for Planter, to;
E*. Price's Fatillt Voiton farriers '
and nax Urtncsamc ^ rr ,".'* 1 .
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uever le«* than live dollars a ton, we turnuhing
•acks.deltvered at the most convenient landing
on th* Mississippi river, and the Planter return
ing the sacks Ailed with «Md at the «.me land
g. in good order
With th^aid of one ot these Carriers, the Plan
ter is enabled to save all of his Cotton Seed in a
merchantable condition, which will be worth
five times more to him than a Carrier will cost.
For farther part ciilarKaddreA»,
h. t Klt.E & CO., 21 Poydrasst., ,
May 9. 1837. 37-ly New Orleans, La. j
TO COTTON PLANTERS.!
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P. A. I1UCK,
PAINTER OP
Pictures, Flags, Fresco, Carriages, Signs, j
/.Nil ORNAMENTS,
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V«ml*Uii( Korulturr, Pnpt r Hauiglim.Olnmlng
PAINTING IN GENERAL , *c,
ROCKY SPRINGS, MISS.
apr3>ly
ßtt-llet èr to Dr. Thoma», Port Gitwon. Miss.
COANELLY & CHAMPLIN,
Cotton Factors
NO. 56 CABONDKI.KT STREET
NEW ORLEA
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EORGE CONNELLY and J. W. CHAMPLIN
have formed a business connection as Cot
ton Factors, under tbe firm and style of Connelly
A Cbamplln. dating from tbe 1st day of Septem
ber, 1858. Mr. Champlin will remove from Grand
Gulf to New Orleans about th« 1 st day of June,
next _ ' [apr24-ly
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L i il ne y and Jean».—5000 yards of Old
ham. fiootl A Co.'s Kentucky Llnoey and j
Jeans, just received and for sal by
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GF.OHCiE V. MOODY,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor In Chancery,
POUT GIBSON, MISS.
T>RACTICKS lu the Circuit nud 'Chtncery
I J. Court« of Claiborne and Jefferson counties'; i
also, In Bolivar and Washington county Circuit j
and Chancery CourU, uud lu the Court* a Jack
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[inayl-ly
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JAMES DOUGLASS,
Eutrarer ami .Lithographer,
NO. 17, gT cnARLEU STRUCT.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
H. Carpenter Ik Co., A Renta,
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PORT GIBSON, MISS.
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*0 PAIR MARSEILLES QUILTS,
JUST RECEIVED,
At BERXHEIMKR'S.
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; T HAVE the pleasure of informing my old eus- [
A tomcra and the public geuerally that I have j
; just received a large stcck of
Spring and Suuituer Goods,
Consisting of Black and Fancy Cloths and Cas
simeres,Tweeds, »ingle milled Camimeres, aud a !
fin« assortment of Linen Drills. Marseilles Vest- :
i lugs, aud black aud fancy Vesting». Thankful !
for past patronage, I solicit a continuance of the ;
'-*"1 J=*L_ A. J. CARN AHAN. ;
Washington llotol. j
rpilK term« of Boarding at this House M
1 are cash. Those who cannot or do not »nil
pay once a month, will please make arrangements
some where else for credit, lor I cannot atlord U
do it.
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Proprietor.
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"ITTEhavea large stock ot the vulcanized!
I W Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes, - j
' from 2 J to 12 inches wide. Also, g'oin Cradle«. '
t straw tt'utters, Fsu Mills, Corn Shellers. spiiiuiug 1
( Wheels, and an e ml less variety of equally useful, ■>
i » f B°t oroamentaUrticle« ' Ä
apr3 JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO,
STEWART 9l PÏNTARD,
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CommLaion A Prodiu e Merchants, 7
RODSEÏ, MISS. ■*
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Marliim* lieltiag.
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! out ot uext crop, and advances made on ,
! Cottou shipped to Hughe«. IlyHated A t'o., Ncvl
1 Orleans.
[inch 13-tf
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Hrig Golden Lead.
PAIKof al.o t'J pair Mad-boota, ju»t . *
rvcaiti-d per brig Ualdan l.i-a-I. b»
tKlNKtMU SII A KXUl.ESINO.
1700
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' STORE. (
; 11 A'ISG purebas.d a portion of the —,
If Mock of Jewelry owned by F. Buck- gb !
. mgbam and made liberal addition* to the tuA
j same, I have connueuced the Jewelry busiucss one
door below Messrs. Bornhcimer ABro., where 1
will be pleased to attend tolhewauts of the eom
, »unitythe beU ^«tVpoSm Alî^
i iug done neatly and promptly. Old Gold aud '
Silver taken in payment for Jewelrv.
' aprl7-tf GEORGE WILD. !
their. .. ..
^!ouictliins; X#*w.— Metalle t asten inirs tor
O "Tl™„"*U*T^ l *r,or 3"
, ceived and for sai,> bv J
• spoo.vK R KotoiKs.
Lost Saddle. 1
; A T Odd Fellows' Hall, on the night of the Com- 1
J A menccmcut. a flue new English SADDLE — i
' Any one tiudiug it will be suitably rewarded bv
! retiming the «roe to this office. ° (julvIT t f J
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.3 - BOXES good common Tobacco, forplan- ! *
«30 tat,on use; I
if, ïîî f b h XLS 'T?« P " cakc Tübacco i I
Id coses heavy Mud Boots ;
15 " ,int ' Ca,r du > sorted; j
1 2 •• Boys'sewed do
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; T^" 0 i de ?* n t e f f bavi " g * , T ct * d a Uia , ck!imilb j
fcbo P * u f [ oûl f tbe we 1 known residence of
| ^ ''eck ,s des.rous to let al! those who
1 ma - v !ecl '»tercsted. know that he is prepared to ,
d î , .ï 11 ^ inds Blacksaiitbiug; also, wood-work. |
atthe shortest uotice-especially horse-shoeing and ,
1 ,low work—.,bn ha, procured tbn well known Jim I
l-W- « 'U 1 ~ thankiul for a .bare of patronaje. j
tnHjt^tf JOHN R. DAVIS, j
STK.V.n TIAKRLi: WOKIvS.
CHARLES RULE & GO
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CINCINNATI, OHIO.
; \ 1 o'O.mots, Tomb, am! Grave-Stonr« i
j ' Ulu * r .\ i '" d cab.net-.lab« of the '
J a,,,, ,to J-?- n n " < S Wea - al ^
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A. J. LEWIS. Agent for Mississippi. .
Washington Hall, Pott Gibson,Miss.
June 3, IS.*» tdec.»* _

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Porter and Ale.
B Y ASS' and Barclay A Perkin«', nts and pts;
Duncan's Imperial:
Muir A Sun's, Jeffrey A Sou's, and
Ka«t India Pale Ale, at
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WALKER'S.

tnHjt^tf JOHN R. DAVIS, j
Dl AUTATifUt rnn on! ^^Stwl
to; SAl£» j
' ^ Grand G" 1 " known asX-'-^Nein'pîa^e" i
containing 7SO Acres. The place willbe so d i
srm c rrt'^sTio^sfe-r °" he !
P re "' 8 ^. or to J- »• MAfcON, I^ort Gibson. j
10 ir <-7 *»• McARTHUR.
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Ovvosile the Court-House
tw? v PAflltQ PlfflPPRTP*! t'T HTHIVD !
PRODUCE MERCHANT,
Port Gibson, Nov. 22, '56. 13-tf !
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Meam Circular Sawmill of Jones & Nhnck,
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A SHRIEK, at their new Steam Circular i
J ONES
Sawmill, will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of Pine, Oak and Poplar LUMBER. Bills
I filial at short notice, on the best terms. Orders
leftwith J. J. Person, Port Gibson, will receive
proMMit attention.
Jnlv 4. y, 7.
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Corn.
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BUSHELS pure white corn for sale as
U\J\J cheap as it can be bought here.
July 18, 1857. w. B. FULKERSON.
S teel Extension Hoops.—A large as
sortment, Iront J 2 to $6 each. jn«t received.
- may 15 SPOONER FORBES.
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For Sale.
OFFER for sale, on good terms, (be
place on which William Lupo now re
jjMVanrod
os a small planter
Possession given at once.
J. S. MASON.
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sides, containing 80 acres, pa
j land, with improvements Mich t
i would require.
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i S ~\NE doe. line Marble top Mu- * N IT u* *
j U hogany. Rosewood and Wal
um . gSÊgÊBEF 1 .
iturtuus.
4 doe. pedestal Bureaus, superior fluish,
- " dressing do assorted style« and huisb
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New Furniture at
T. GARR TSOTNPS
HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS.
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marble top Wa»li»tands,
assorted
marble top Sideboard«,
tine Secretary What-Not«,
side and corner
mahogany, walnut and plain Wardrobe«,
Book Cases, assorted,
mabog'y, walnut uud plain extension tables, j
Din tig and Brcnklast Tables,
«quare and round office do
work and candle Stand, line, aborted,
fancy rosewood and mahogaov Stand«,
t-uclosed niali'y. walnut and oak\Va»b*Uuuls. ,
Misses" dressiug Bureau«,
Toilet Stand«.
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setts tine Octagon and Eclipse Bedsteads,
** Cottage and Inn Rosewood do
" Misses' single and doable do
" cottage and plain Trundle do
Crib«, assorted sizes and style»,
Lounges ; 10 setts spring bottoms,
flue and plain Hat stand«,
marble top Sofu and Ceuter Tables,
gilt und mahogany frame Looking-glasses,
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; u a j r moM Mattrasses,
j Double and single Lounges.
OU Flosr Carpetiug, 18 feet wide.
c| IllU<, * 1 ?,!*'
fe h° Wi r Bath«.
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4 tloz Parlor, rosewood.ma
hogany and Walnut
Chairs,
l ' Än * Bt 'at, a»s'd style«
an 2 finish,
- j «. Sofas, Tete-a-tete« and
' Div'ans.
1 .. Ottomans.
■> .. Footstools.
' Ä •• cane seat, bent rim
Chairs,
cane seat, bent rim Chain,
S •• Jenny Lind
7 •* split bottom
■* ** large arm and cane sewing Kock**u
misses' and child's chairs, asioi t«tl.
eu ne ami wood scat table chair«. as*'td,
Revolving Chair«,
belts po.iceluin . 111 .! brass wheel bed castor«, !
papers Carpet Tacks,
patent spring cloth» pius,
wire uud tin Joules.
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Wooden Ware.
•• large and »mall Tubs,
loot Tub» and Keelers,
cedar aud painted Buckets,
Wash-bout ds,
large and small Stand",
, 1 ** butter-buckets »ml milk-piggius,
wood bowls and tray«,
line Selves,
• t-tiak mailet-* and rimmed dippers.
Wxv-Ware.

1 (l 2 * 1 . 8 ' J°*J S 81 .'° wi " ^' v **>W»nd glass • Of
tit the bash., Also, large Glas», trou 12x3U to j
30M0 iuches. Gilt moulding for picture frames, ! the
with many useful article« on hand, for sale ou
, l ° *°! ,J , ' aVir, ': th I w,ab olJ '
e<ime nmi bin- U Id^'rlnv* r I'i •' ' T T» *° '
K ^ need^ ThJ • rej.
J '** more ^ i
i* **-; ,na,, > . mor ^* *• '»AKBIhON. :
Ju ,T; l*' l85ë ',- , ....
' ' Ordere fllled mnn d.ately for Window
B^Soah,^ Ac. T. G. i "
Cantnn ILktlinc»
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A rt0tfk , ° f , 1 '"^ ■
"■ k' H, d on ha'd, bo,u white and colored , 1
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l.ailtl for.Saif. " 1
1 OFFER for «le, on good terms, either for ca.li !
i- -r credit, «40 acre, of Wood UnJ.\«rt t
which is branch bottom, and part pine ridée land ! *
»«joining Hardee Segrut and" WtS.N^n the'
lower Brandywine road. To any one wishing j
* uo ° ,a "' J ' 1 w,il » ha.ga.n. Apply to j lEir
, «• VAN V0RI3. ;
-. mter * SaMf -
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. plant Broom», -I doz half and hearth Broom«.
M iigou*.
j ru[J ^ ^ a!lt j t horse Wa
• gous ; iron axle lar^s and small
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j REPLENISHING!
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! A additional assortment of fancy Dry ;
! Gofjds. Among the many articles are— i
j ORGANDIES * I
of aÛUhÏe aud side „trine ROHfc -î
^ pfc UN SWISS ^ # j
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| ^ A ^FMBR(HDERED II'DK'FS
, LMHljUIl > LKLD II DK. FS, t
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^^Stwl Extension Skirt*, for Children. Misaeo'ond j
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i Men's ami Boys' Marseille« Shirt« and Collar« ;
d i b,ack 8ilk mt *i M*>^uito Netting, etc., etc.,-; the
he ! Sü,d BR0 i
j J"?î -S-BKHNnUMEK & BRO^ .
T^Iavoring Extracts.— Lemou, Vanilla, I ()f
A Orange, K«»«e, Cinnamon, Celery, forsab: by (
1 J 0 " 2 « J - » KING à CO.
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. J. a. MORRIS,
! -Attorney and (Counsellor at Law. ty
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
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! TvDAfWffwo . Port G**»»"« MAN.
TJBAOriLES in the varioun Courts of Clai
; JL borue. Jeflerson and Copiah counties, and in
the Superior Court« at Jackson.
Frompt and faithful attentio« given t«i the col
i*cting bnsinesa. office in the new bunding op
posite tbe Court-house. [juIylO
22 Years a Citizen of Port Gibson.
JOSHUA KELLY
I TNFORMS his old friends and the public gene
X rally, that having established a new shop on and
the street that lead« from the Washington Hotel
to the Railroad Depot, is cow prepared to do all w
kiDds of oo
iVaeon and Blacksmith Work ment
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tronage of his old cudtoraers and tho public gen- Yjl/
crally is most respecfrully solicited. 8
Port Gibson June 26 1858-lv
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bbls. Mess Pork;
2 Casks Green sides,
5 bbls.'Onions.
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OLI) BRICK STORK,
CORKER OF COMMERCE * MAGNOLIA St.. !
Rodney, Mi»».
Spring; Stylos,1808.
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Rich Barege do
Rich Organdies, in aide «tripe, two and j
j three flounce«, and double skirt Organdies,
Plain Organdie«,
French Jaconet« and Lawns,
Perçait* Printed Rohe«,
Plain Ban ge»,
G lasst- .Silk»,
Rich »ilk Kobe«.
Lace Mantle«,
Embroidered Mantles, white and black.
Betts In Valenciennes Collars and sleeve«, |
Maltese
Linen embroid
Embroidered Collar«,
" * Sleeves,
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Lluen Sett« I
Breaktii»t «étt» i
Victoria do ' i
Misses sett« Collar and SUcves, |
Collars,
Infant»' Kola*» and Waists, ;
Barege Shawl«, :
Skeleton Hoop Skirts, ... 1
Malakoff do.. Hteelri/winwi -a new article;
put in a baud box, ér in any small box. i
Corded Hoop akirU, *•* »t j
Ernbroidgred L- C. Handkerchiefs, (
Worked Banda,* . )
Edging« ami Inserting», '
Kid and silk Gloves, A
Fans u*id Parasotp, '
lleautifier«, £
French. Eugli«h and American Triuts,
And all articles wanted for Ladles' use. Will
be glad ta show goods ta the Indies, and without j
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Clothing.
A full assorlineut of Gents' and Boy«* .Summer
Clothing. Hats, Bools aud Shoes, Ac, Ac.
Provision*.
Cape Jessamine • Extra ft. Louis Flour."
••Stagg's"celebrated sugar cured Hams.
Du flUld 's
do do do do
do spiced rounds Beef in kits, j
do Mess beef, half barrel»
do dried lieef,
do Il«*ef Tongue«,
do llreakfabt
• No. 1 Leaf Lard, in Kegs,
Bacon (clear and rib! Sides,
! bugar, CoiTre and Rice.
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Staple Good*.
1-4 mill 1 I i,u,.)a
Twilli d ! ' j
Ru-w-Us * ' i
Kentucky grey Jeans and Unser, natural J
; ÄÄ!* N,sr ^ Wfriw *" J i
Kentucky J- :u:s and LiBsey. white.
Rope, Twine, nni all articles want*-.' on a •
, I'lantaltou—all of which we will sell on reawina- i
I h'e term«, on twelve monlLs'cr. dit. or for CASH •
which we prefer. *, *
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Rodney. March 2 Ü, ls.»b.
« » F Al.L THE DIFFERENT VAKIKT(fc> I
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C H E M / c L A S .
• Of every kind which arc- uae-t in the Southwest j
j direct Irmu the tuo»t extensive mauu facture*» of
! the in the United blab s, warranted to b' ' "
«quai if not superior to anv imported. i
' Y' J T K S T M È D I C 1 S E »■ .
' ^* variety which have maint..ined unv ' '
• rej. itatio« 1.-,for/th-public, .-mbra-mg « \.n i
i »"•"-■r«''w h <- All new kinds will I» obtaiaed
: when d*-*ired and furnished a* North- n ami
Eu— r nrc,* Aortn m and ,
prc.. , rv.
i " LSIHAV G LASA-PURE WHITE LEAD AND !
Ol iiisJC I AIM«*.
! Direct from tbe Maker*, including several color* -
■ ground in oil. In . 1 Oil. Lard Oil. lui p.mine
1 Varuish -s, etc. 1
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j rom tin* cxtcttsivo e->tabltshmeh. of Jules Ilauid.
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1 >n.-nt of Bn,"li. -. Cutul*. Soap«, t'o&gne». Fiori-1
! " at ' r * nJ »" r ' h - b "'*'i- P a
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! * ur tfie Otoietu and Preservation of the "!
HAIR: |'
j Barry'»TricoplterousLyon«Kathali.o-. Javi - -
j lEir Tonic, Balm Colombia, French Powders, 1 Ï™
; Buzin's .V Hauel's Ox-Marrow, and other prepar- cu
»'i«» of I » » ddltio " to lh ^ «'»ovc a
gros, variety of 1 -axcy Aktii/xs, selected the ;
present sea.on, nanndy .Porte Monnaies. Card Ca- f or
««*», l'apwr ilachte Port F«Ma% l-aas, Toilet Bot-, ness,
tie, fto. ,'tc.
nav.H-a OM«, «waktoa.
; J^ V au,U», Orange, Peach. Celery, Pimento
Lemon, Cinnamon, G' 'ter and Alir">nd.
Harrison's celebrate.* Inks, cuDvacing Black. !
Blue. Red. Cannine. Indelible «• Copying, put ! w ill
up in diUereut sized bottles. " '
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t I-or burning I^ird or Lard-Oil. from Cornelius
Ihk«i C*., rbUMHpkb, Cudel.br» .„d tb.ir !
Canül, 'stick,, with rbajc, for Ibc :
'gî2»)clr Wlra (paper and :
j a n«w!l^m^ent o" P WALL PAPER Fir.i
, Screens Botderiug Paper and wide paper,'mode |
Some newly painted Oil Window Shades, from
the manufacturer, Phila., comprising Overall
i Uund ^ ora -i
. Landxeth's Garden Seeds ;
I ()f the growth of tho year 1853 lust received and •
( warranted fr-h \lw> a varia tv n fvL' r i "i d
\ .
BOOKS AND STATIONER Y :
My assortment of Books include« a larve varie- 1
ty of new annuals and gift book» for 18ôtî snlen
didlybound cditionsofCticAlworki^ ^
blesf«mall BibleM**.tamenU* pravi-r hookah vmn
books, raisccllaneou» books of standard authors!
;
if
a
including a great variety of new works, novels toy
books etc.
AND
: j
Ledgers, Day, Record and Memorandum Books of J
different sizes and styles of binding ;
School Books i
J , Quill».
and numt ' rous °f b " articles which it is Imposable
limita of an advertisement, which
w ^ found in my «tore, and all of which will
oo »old on as reasonable terms as at any establish- "
ment in this eection of tbe cooatry.
8HHETE '
.m b . r ,.,, w
Yjl/ ^ h» e a good assortment of TV agons, and
>> w,H recetve weekly sh.pments during the
season. Planters or others wishing to order a )
particular kind, can, by leaving their orders with j
us, rely upon getting a good article at a reasona- XI
price. [junl9] J. BLCKINGHAM A CO.
'
Lie
A SPLENDID assortment of Trusses, selected 1
from the beet manufacturers, for sale by
Juo26
J. H. KING A 00.
. .
St.. ! '
I
McLEANV
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A 'rzn taR»**
M t re 11 i; 11 1 c ' 11 i ii x < ' o r «1 i a I
And Blood Purlfler. *1
T HE greatert remedy lu the world. Thi* Cor
dial I« distilled from a berry known only to
, myself, s ml chemically combined with aome of
: knnUTt Ttï U * b j!s"r 1 r <>'*t.herbo and bark«
knoan to the rnind of man, viz : blood root, black
; root, wild cherry hark, yellow dock, dandelions,
! sarsaparilla, elder Sower«, with other«, producing I
the mo(.t infallible remedy for the restoration of
! health ever known. -
and j
|
It is Nature's own ltemcdy!
Curing diseases by nature's law. When taken.
It« healing influences are felt coursing through
I evrr y Ve ' a ot t ^ 1, ' body, purifying -Md MMlant
i l ' a 2 tbe circulation or tbe blood. It netlMÉUixe»
i aa J matter in the stomach, and strtngtL
| t! '* tbe whole organization
McLeau » Strengthening Cordial will eflectmal
; euro Li\er complaints, l>y»peps.a, Jaundice,
: Chrome or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the
1 l\idney$, and all diseases arising from ■
^ i
i rt r * tior( ^ ra * -tarer or Stomach,
j Dy«pep»ia. Heartburn. Inward Pile», Acidity
( »ickness of the stomach, fullue»« of blood to
) head, palpitation of the heart, fullness
' in the stomach, soar emetations, choking or suffi»- ,
eating feeling when lying down, dryne«« or yel
lowness of the skin and eye«,night «weal», inward !
fevers pain iu tbe small of the back.chest or «idc,
sudden Hushes of heat, depression of spirits, bad
dreams, langor. de»poudency or any nervous dis- '
j case, «ores or blothces on the skin, and fever and -
i ague. It will also cure diseases of tbe bladder!
j and womb, such a« seminal weakness, incontinence
j of urine, stranguary. intiatnatiou wr weakues» of i
! tbe womb or bladder, white», «fcc.
There i.s no Mistake About It f r
1 h'.s Cordial will never fail to cote any of tlif
above diseases, if taken a« p.:r direction«
Lott!» , in German, English and iivnefc.
Over half a million Bottles
I
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or wt'i
,1
1
i
I
«I
0.1 eou
j
Have been sold during tbe past six moo tbs. and in
, no instance baa it failed in giving entire satisfkc
j tion. Who, then, will suffer from weakness or tie- ,
. bility when McLeao'« fUvngtheuiug Cordial will .
• cure you Ï
;
To th-i Ladies.
;
,
To th-i Ladies.
I>0 w, " b to b,! b^althy and ntrong? Then
j goat anceaud get some of IkLean's CordM). It
i W 'R strengthen and invigorate your blood to flow ,
J , v ' in " th " ricb rosy WotMU of,
J i »tÄÄT Ev " J *"• i
KöT CiliidrCIl.
a •
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We My to parent'-, if your children are sickly, "
puny, or afflicted with complaints prevalent Û
rnong children, give tnem a email quantité o! Me
Lear, s Cord,al. und it will make ih«m healthv •
fat and robust. D, lav not a moment, try it and !
you will be convinced. It is d- lici-.U- to Ukc
j w -
Kvery Country Mercaunt
* * I
.-uould ^roeure a supply of McLean's Strength
etiing Cordial. Ii seiis rapidh, liecau-e it always !
I cu, ' ,> - A lib-ral di-couut will be made* to those- -
! Who buy to -'♦•11 again
:
iliff il i» iust os trood \voirl Mich mei * A .b c,.
j mT.m.i « Mr-ngtl.e'ning CWdial. and' take^mZ
tiling ei** it is the only rimed v that will no ri i
' " he blood 1 orm^bW and at the «me L nJ 1
i it-, the sw'-u. ' I
One ub!e»p.,ouful taken every morning fast
' ' nir - *■* 0 e**rtiain preventive for Cholera. Chills ;
i ȟd Fever. Yellow Fever, or any prevalent diwmfo: !
rr ' Vi P*-t bottle, or G boule» for SÔ ;
J. II. McLE\N, wie proprietor |
, ^,. r . nc: j , lrprtloa tbecornerof Third and 1
, rv. N . 0 " na
! ^riir 'J* in Forl Gibaon by
- A. R. LEONARD
- tirl **»■■*« Vnlcnnie 4 >ii lint»....« •
!* ' 7" C "" iC
1 ae best Liniment iu the world for man or beast ! |
Another rcui irkablecurt? pcrforflMsdbjMcLean# .
V«ir (M I,,«;.. H-a for jrour-lw.:
I borna» lord, a blackrimth, living near Cass
ÄÄWÄtÄ!
.'alv.-., Ac . but could do it no good lie de«- ;
P a i r, d . °* ^r bemg able to work at Lis trade ^
i ram »^au-e he could no bear any we.-'ht on
"! n lou *' , D .- > " a ®, 2*, ° wU
|' tÄ Ä Si
- sTiîu^iti^ejÂorm^
1 Ï™ tbrwt ^£ ^tootSchïwSnT flï2
cu ^ Sd tîï
-magic" -'>ucn<- of this wonderful Lunmcut. '
; lor hors* 1 and eattle.it is an infallible romrrtv
f or chafe«, galls, scratches, cracked heels,
ness, snavin. sweeny, wdint. fistula braises nwsI fT
M™aa^«*i«.aia.
Country merchants «»r«ld obtain a supply of
McLean'« Volcanic Oil . mftnent Tt *eii*nini 1
it always cuns A IHwJÏSS WlU
w ill h. made to thSe who h a > 0 ÏÏ .verest
W- Fo rJuebT JH Mbll KS îmorietor
A VÎr.- î. T«S' n '... C1 . -V' P ro P ric '°r, ,
AlTin'p. 1 '' Gdîloî MDs l!T ' *' ou,! '- Mo ' ! Salt
a n't L-nv n>n » 1
A. B. LBOMSD, A««oL i
— ——- - - - 1
: — ——- - - - 1
: JOHN BUCKINGHAM & GOÏ,
«**""» '
| PIo^S, WlgODS, Carriages, and BllggieS,
tv— q and Cloth£e' V Hardware
Dry GOOdS and Clothing Hardware, ,
SII0F , chTnT t, g^"eaÎSUar E
; NHOES, CHINA. GLASS. EARTHENWARE,
• PAIAT8, OILS. DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PI* A STATION M'PPLlKfi,
AND MERCHANDIZE or every DESCRIPTION.
> '
1 ». , Uf»»d Uttlfl, Miss. ;
I articular attention paid to the Receiving.
^ - lorin f aad Forwarding of Cotton, or Mer
. ehandtxe of any description, en
* pr3y tr " ted 10 our care. j
i
miles from tbe Mississippi '
— Bend, Madison Parish, La.,
containing 1040 acres of first class alluvial
land- Af'd acres cleared and well ditched
fratnev *r —* A -'— "
houses nd Cisterns. With the place wiïfbe sold
if desired, 40 acclimated Slaves, and Mules, Oxen!
stock of Cattle, Farming Utensils, Ac. 1
above will be sold to close a partnership, and
a long credit, npon mortgage security.
Address GEO. V. MOOnv
Plantation and Forty Slawe», etc.,
^OR SjVRE.
O N reasonable terms, at private «ale, at any
time before the 30th November next, a val
j uable Plantation, six miles from the Mississi
J River, near Mill kin«
" 1uu k srtu,, i «pou mungage secuniy.
, Address GEO. V. MOODY.
1
isfesr*-- bi "
!-—.r*'-—
A CARD.
TJAVING »old out the Drug Store lately oooa
XI pied by Mesere. Pearson A Jewett to Messrs.
-JAMES H. KING Â CO., we cheerfbliy recoin
mend them to the public &e men of character aod P
worthv of their rnnflrtenf>*>
n",'nd Q«îrt»r»'Dwe"nli*"hOT^ °u'
The
on
worthy of their confidence,
G W. À J.
G W. A J. C. HUMPHREYS.
July 25, 1857.
48-tf
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AY
I
; CHEfiftY
I PECTORAL
TOR THI RAPW OUR* Of fi
Cold«, Cough», and |k
Kloaroane«».
Paf.flAWi i<k»q«giiwiuaaag
I sSftjSnST
*1 ÜL
Cor- im 'ymn »•> «bow« it to'p 0 —— »up» f'S®"
to *» thssa * JSL
of " 0 M ^!* i . a . t fL _****_*.?' 11 ..
Jj Ä rtfiSÜTim
jm lafwMt it, ««4 Mita H a* hen mOIm
. . „
I 8 J
of ' Wk
- Croa * > ' Wl—> ^g Cowf ^ fltfa- ff fc ,
DaoriiH Area: I «01 «kaarfully' oJtt&f
U th. bMt rratO «t p«m>m for Uwaeur. of W~
ooo*h, 'roup, sad the ebwt .Umihi Wkhil lr*n. W .J **
fmUrolty In 10« U»«lO
11
ni

for'atottUriUa <k> «lUwatU.tr
a taut «sld I ibouU
psrpoa #v«f pal wt
X«l>. T, 1M4. ft
Tmi m o d i ci — s «re th« ummmm
the 3°*' *****'

, a. a. ham s kt m 0 .. Aux>* w ( ,.n c« i„_.
yel- writ«, "Darin* my p^setlr*.f m«oy y««£
! 1 *»•*• k""* " nU,ln * »I "* 1 *« y"««r G*rry /viomi p*
«idc, ,oeo ** lOT P tlT * P«h«at«, or rwtag
bad w« miïiit *<u » o!uim of «ridm««. but th«
dis- ' »incing proof of tho rtrtiw»of thu r»m«dy u '-ml u> tu
and -
of i
r
tlif
f
mi
en un, v. ».
««,*<•*».. tust
AMOR LEK, K*a MowRRwt',
I bad • u>Uou* loflMOia, »I
-I
fettef: finally
I triad y oar B
Im 4ooa ral
by ibo «dn -« of dh
hmd. tba
ad Um
ball li
■Missrat
itaiely WaiL
aa tba baat «a
▲•thma or Phthisie, «ad Bronchitis.
Win Mascumm, Fa, Fab. 4, ]*M.
8«: Toar Ctttrry ftclnral b partnrmin*
aaraa la tbia aactiou. It baa raibtad aavaral
*
aiarrallooa
from alarm
I
tu* arnftoma of ronaampUoo. an* b now ruiiac MÊÊ
wbo baa labored aador an «»«-tfon of tbo Ion*» t « tba
! hwt forty year». HKNRT JL PARKS, Mairbase
Mhru upon trial.
rwaptiw.
Probably no ont r»m«dy bat «tar b*»n known wbiab
«•rad au «any and anch d-vofrroui c
,1 na human aid ran raaeb; but «»an to tboaa tba Chtrry
1 tSdnral aflorda ratlaf and «smfort
Aaroa Hova*. Ksw Voa* Cm. March 5, IK*.
Doer* Aria, Lowtu.: I bal It a duty — « - r*—irt
to Inform you what your Chtrry Ftrio al baa dona for my
wife, hbr bad Uaao fir* montba labonn* uudar tba dam
i aaroua aymptoma cf C -muaptlon. from which no atd wa
I could prucura cava bar rourb rellaf «ha waa ttcadUy folV •
la«, until Dr. Strong, of tbla dty, wbara wa bar* ran, ft»
adrtea, recommend'd a trial of your madk-ina. Wa hieee
bia kind De«*, aa wa do your »kill ; for aba baa rerotamd
from that day. She la not yet aa «iron* aa aha uaad a
b«, but U fro* from her cou*h. and fiJll benalf wail.
Youra with
«I
in
tie- ,
will .
*ratltndo an 1 recard,
OKLANDO sntLnv,
or SstUTfrua.
OmtumpttMt, do not daapair tiff yon havo triad Aiu'a
CitkST PxcTOaxL. It la mada by oos of ilia Ual madlml
; rbamiata In tha world, and IU curaa all around a* loan«*
, lb« hi*b merit* of It* rniuaa — t^üadtlpl.ui LmJgrr.
It
flow ,
of,
*"• i
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
T HE feiences of Chaoilrtry und MrJjdn# bar« Urn
taied thatr ultncat to prudi*» thi* baat, muat parfrr»
pnr*ktive which i* known to man. lnn% .rahU proo 6
! are »buwn that the«« I*iua hava tinuas which »urp««« In
««cellenca tbe ordinary medidnaa, and 0 *t they ntn uu
" l««d*«Wly «(« tb* aitwni at »U on. Iter ara*^»
Û- *nJ plaaaant to take, but powarfal to cura. Tl»-ir pnu
Me- * r * tlQ KP r eps rt hw»OBiuUt«th««iulaeti»itl«*ofth#ts>d},
• "•»<>*• «»• *«»u«cU'-o» of it« organa purify tb» bfood.
! *sp*t disaaaa. They purfauntttaftad hutnar. nblrb
^ 'Ï ~ <W
1,-rad organ* into tbeir natural acuon, ana Impart banltbr
^ * lth to m« » 1 ,^ 1 * .yau» x* o«y -k.
I :fo*y care tl,« e«ery-d«y r^mpUinU .A ceery t-nly. La«
»lau forinMab!« au-i -ian h eruu* dtaanaaa u,*t b«»» t »ai>-t
! tb* ls*t of human »kill. Whlir they pr-lo-« |ww»Hbl
- »Bnrtt. tb#y are at the lain* Um.-, in linnluUUJ Cowa, t>,r
aafe*t aud be*t pbyuc that ran U aondofad l* »blldrru.
«bwttnlad by ta of «neb «xaltad poalUan and thaiwfW»
" to *** " ulru ' b M *°J r
i Cer * yni '' n lk " d ba»» imt th*r nsiu«-» w rrrtt^
1 of »/ ramedb*.
I a.»« »a tba «.nranre ,-f tbei, eonvtm«» u,.t
affilrtad.««Macfotbw-Ma. 9 1 * ° f
; Tb« Aj»nt below named la plaaaao to furnish gratis nr
! Atrien At-an«, cent^mJTwv.a- for UwîTL. J
; «wruflr.iM of tb*,r cur*, of u>. follow:,,, cnm,.Umu.—
| Oodhaia» MHm OoopWati, Ummti«,I wm,
1 "* ^y^«dacb. y Ma«frcmfc,t mmJZIZt
««^ !ndi*ctk,n. MorWd Inacuon ofüi» Bencic a«d Fain
ÄÄSÄÄÄ
■ » dt *tei,pCTnfbfc«r ltl , i|. g»il. Tbay «t», by pnnf»
• which d tt*w^d bï%nrt^ îw
3ÂÏ
! | K*r»uu* iniubOPy. n*ranyrm*nt»(d tb« Uvarsnd km
. «•y»* Oonu a»4oci*r kinir»d eompUiou irMnc from »
u ; -> ^ w, ^ ..Ô3 .
»« ■<»« U put aff by unpyiudytad d^tara wtia
; Tilk wtl't 1 tlï* M Yb,rVm tlTtb!^
lb , y ibMl<l h . r . lL
A. R. LEONARD Por'
R. C. McCA Y, Rnckv .Sp. inffB;
». m , ,, .. . ! ,
B* 1 AU.OR, 0»ll®tinj »pd bj^ruir
fT mt8 an< j dcalcid IQ McdlCilifft over*?
Wh«. I*«*.!/*
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER,
Praetieal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell Hue
Pair* US Cm. rsa Box. rrra Sum
»OLP BT
a*.
!*»n ;
'
1
WlU ,,,bd,,c the P ain and from tb»
burns or scalds in from one .0 tweutv miu
uteo-and that it will hral the wound, without
, . . ..y cnr.. V«i-«r <atm pîu^
' ! Salt Rh.-um-Iufl-inmtorv Rhumutism Sore sad
Inflann-d Eye« — Cuts — Wound--- BniiM-a~-OiA
i
1 SS^S!!S 2 , 3 ï!SSatÏÏ!Î 5 ta^ fîl
on«—ChlP^tlns—Bites of Insects— Sw«ùl,-J an d
Broken L^i Sorc Nipple»-Ernpdo«» and
the psrt-'îflîcu-fTc^ be rewhed"' ' whcri:
na "® d to^' cu^bv^nïî one thin^Jat^^
, hat the fewbS wsitiie
âî:
enumenjted-one to four—can feach the oforrr...*»
tioned disease», but many more not cDum'* «ted
Query.—Do not rxoila» xrxp rai»trix\a ti»
«ÇaiBE calomel inwa*m.t «m, aoaEsor wrrxai vr
disea«bs!
; ^»"Lach box of Gojctwe Daluit'« Pain Ex
TRACToa baa upon it a Steel Plate Engraved Label
with the atgnatur« of C. V. CUCKNER 4 CO.,
proprietor», and HENRY I) ALLEY, manufactu
j rer. All others are counterfeit. Price 23 eta.
Dail(ÿ>i
Genuine Pain Uxtrnrfor
/
der. box.
All orders should be addressed to * *
i J. WRIGHT A CO., Chartres at., New Orleans.
For sale by all Druggists throughout the Uni
ted States.
Also, tor sale in Port Gibson by CHS. SHREVEL
' and A. R. LEONARD A CO.
-—— ■ •
1 Stra,cd,
ear. Any person giving information of the same
WÜ1 be ^
jolvIT 3 nim u „. .
~ -- — PAV7P XeCAA,
T**? Th# P'' üld Yard» of beet Kentocky •
• ^ , * an ** n d Linaeys, for aale at extremely low
P r J ce *? an d on our natal accommodating terme
J a a 19 JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO
OLD KAINTI7CK!
J^îSfEilSiïî ** Uo11 l '»* Ft *«u
3 M Crow do
20 boxes Cornwall A Bro's Star Candle«,
20 half do do do do do
10 qr do do du do do
jnlySl _ At WALKERS';
n
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A large lot of Iren and steel, ta*t ta
b.u». I MHO] " l. ». MAS,»"

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