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NOW READY FOR
Tin-: srmxG trade:
LARGE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY
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CLOTHING 1 !
SHOES, Ac., Ac.
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S. BSRNHKIMER k BR0 j
Port Gibson. March 13. 1SÄ*.
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RECEDED BY
Port Gibson, March 13. 1858.
NEW GROCERIES.
WOULD most respectfully inform my eus
tomers that 1 have just received a flue «»sort
aient of
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Consisting of—
BACON,
LARD
FLOUR—-best in the
World :
DRY GOODS,
SHOES,
groceries,
And im fact a little of alrno-t auytbiug that is
kept In this line of trade.
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P. BETHEA.
-NE«r SPRING GOODS
h. 11 BADBR.
HOUSE PAINTER AND DECORATOR,!
rjAVING permanently located in Port Gibson. :
Il will give his prompt attention to House j
Pom tin g in all iU various brauche*. FANCY
SIGN PAINTING, fine Imitation» of Wood and
Marble 1 Paiuting ou Walla, (plain and fancy,)
Paper Hanging, Glaaiog, ,
Decorating' in Compoiltion,
and finishing work of all kinds—all of which he 1
rill execute in the most artistic manner, and ac
jording to the latest and best style of his art.
par Best of reference* given.
Port Gibson, August 1, 1857. 4D-ly
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IIE undersign««! having opened a large
splendid assortment of j
NEW SOCHKRN FORNITOBB.
it prepared to supply the trade and families on I
tha most liberal terms. Thisbeing tha only new ;
stock I« the city, «twbMenrwill find it to th. ir
advantage to call and exajhiue the go»«ls aih
learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Will keep constantly on hand- ;
Marble, Sofa and (i»ntrti Tables, Extension Ta- (
ble* of Mahogany. Walnut Work and Card
Tables, Dressing Table*. Walnut and
Cherry Dining Tabl n E, Oak, Mahog- \
J, any and Rosewood Sideboard*. '
Burcan* o r Wainnt. Rosewood and Mahogany.
Armolrs, Wa*h*Uuds. Beil stand*. Parlor Chairs.
Tete-a-Tctes, *Ottomans, D'vaus, E. 1-7 Chairs,
Rocker* Etageres. Secretaries and Bookcases,
Oak and Walnut Offl*'e Chairs. Dining-room Chair«. 1
Childrens' Chairs aud Rockers, Mahogany and (
Waluat Tea-poys and Light Stands.
Hair, Moss and Spring Mattr<*isef,
Looking-glasses and Matting.
Rosewood and Mahogany Parlor Sets—Togeth
with «very article usually fouud in a Furniture
■pa- This is an entire new Establishment, and
no old Stock on hand. Purchasers will flrul it
greatly to their interest to give thi« Store a call
before bnving elsewhere, as the Proprietor w con
fident that be can offer them newer styles ol the
most fashionable furniture, more substantiona
bly made, and at greater bargains thau any oth
,r ho«« 1« th, •"J èHARLM A STEWART.
New Orleiu«. October 30. 1856.
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March 20. 1858.

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FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
The Largest Establishment in the South.
No*. Itl and 173 Canal Street.
ALL NEW GOODS.
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TR rOTTON PLANTERS*
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10-ly
A GOOD chance i« now offered for PUn'ersto
A. furnish themselves with
F„ Price's Patent Colton Carriers.
and psy far the same with Cotton Seed, at the
rate of (what the Oil Factors agents are paying)
never le.« than five dollars a ton. we tnrnuhing
saeks, delivered at the most convenient landing
on the Mississippi river, and the Planter return
iag th# sacks filled with seed at the same land
lag. in good order .. D .
With the aid of oneot these Carriers, the Plan
lar la enabled toSave all of h»« Cotton Seed in a
merchantabla condition, which will be worth
five tiroes more to him than a Carrier will cost.
For further part eutar*. address.
E. PRICE *» CO . 21 Poy«trasst,
New Orleaef, La.
Dieftirss Fhl/rs FreSCO. Carriages, Signs,
mur«, rro»«, La»..«*, », h ,
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May 9, 1*57. YMT
P. A. I1UCK,
PAtSTRK Of
avd oaKAMsym,
Pwrt.ltur«. Paper Hanging, fo'laalng
rÂlSTING IB GENERAL, tee.,
ROCKY SPRINGS. MISS.
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^nr*Refor to Dr. Thomas, Port Gibson. Miss.
CONNELLY St CIIAMFLIN,
Ootton. Fhotorflf
so. 56 CABO*nSLET STREET,
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P EORGK OO 'NBLLY and J. W. CIIAMPLIN
VT have funned a business connection as Cot
tan Factor*, uuder Vh* H rri1 Connelly
X Cb* nsLn. dating from the lit day of Septem
»Mtr. 1WH Mr.Chataplin will remove from Craud
Galt U» New Orleans about the 1 d day of Jnnv,
next
Iron Asia Wajoat, for Sale,
T H HE aodersigued hv* oj ba 4 a lot oi »nperior
Irou AiU WsauiW. far «ab* on good term».
gjcWr **• ' A wHPcaw? b ro
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E. J. HART & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Liquors,W'ines,Tobacco,'Tea, Cigar*,
AND ALL KLVtkt Of
Groceries, Chemcials, Drugs, Quinine, &c.,
no. 77 t 79 TCHon*rroci.AS ht.,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
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Last Call.
A LL ter*»n» inls^tsd to th* Ut» »»UMi*hm»nt sfC.
1 II. MAkfias, at Gr*ad Half.srv lafOnoed that th»ir
Not». ami Account* ban* U»»n |iUr»<t In tin hands of J.
8 Mossi». tag of Tort otS«na. for r»ll*eti »o. »tth in
•ti nation* to öriaff in» *f<un«t all who do not make p*j
m*nt within a r»M»uA»U tim» aiVr thia notice
LLM 0. BE1UWELL, AMign««.
ofC II.MrALPINK
S»pt », ***.
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LARGE aud well asaoi ted stock of there I
goods oo hand, both white and colored, j
Iroiu -t-4 to C-4 wide,
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JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
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OFFER for »ale, on good terms, either for cash
. or crotht. ^40 acres of \V«>od Land, part ot
I which is branch bottom, nnd par pine ridge land.
! adjoining Bardee Segmt and Wm. Neill, on the
lower Brandywine road. To any one wishing j
I such land, i will gite a bargaifi. ^Agpl^to^
Near Winters' Saw Mill.
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* LnW I M I iun run onus.
OFFER for »ab* my Plantation, live imlesfrom
_ Grand Gulf, known a* the •'McNeill place, ^
outaining H i ice will tx
j on accommodating tonus, fmr whtchapply do the
premise s, or to J. h. MASON, PortGibson -
J, J. MtARTHbR.
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GEORGE V. MOODY, ~ !,
Attorney at Law and Solidtor in Chancer)', '
l'ORT GIBSON, HISS.
T)R ACT ICES in the Circuit and Chancery
JL Courts of ClaHiorne and Jefferson counties ;
also, iu Bolivar and Washington county Circuit
aud Chancery Courts, and iu the Court» a Jack
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Engraver and Litftograpliery
NO. 17, KT CHARI.EH STREET.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
II. Carpenter & Co., Agent»,
julyl7-3tn
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
-A large lot of Iron and ste- l.ju-t 1 « i
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hand
Brig Golden Lead.
FAIR <*f »t-e IS (airM
rveeited p**r brig f»->.de;i l.ead. by
KH t SKI. SHUSH * E SOLES ISO.
CHARLES RULE 2 » CO., '
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
: ^ »oxfmk.VTS. Tombs and Grave-Moi.es
j Mantels, statuary and cabinet-slabs of the
choi ,, #t native and Italien marble, at prices
wl)if h challenge competition. Carving and en
v in g executed by tee bwt artists.
* Iron railing and cemetery enclosures Iuruished
t«j «r..er J t LE vvîdf Agent for Mississippi,
1 Washington Hill, Pott Gibson,Miss l
Jun#
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JEW LLRt
r r \YIN(i purchas' d a portion of th»*
! _fX »lock ol Jewelry owned by F. Buck
ingham. aud mod«; 1.!>eral additions to the
same I have commenced the Jewelry business one
do<*r below Messrs. Bernhciim-r A Br«. . wher • I
I will be pleased to attend to the wauts of the com-j
! lutmity III the best manner po«sible. All repair- j
Î itig don..* neatly aud promptly. Old Gold and
SilviT taken in pavaient for Jewelry. |
i Jnri7-If GEORGE WILD, i
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Oomt tliim.' XfW. — M -talic fasteuifiöi» for J
j O Bands, and Lace Leather lor same. Just re
,>. c i.ed.udior*,i,i., roaBE
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rSivnlor uf limp's & Shrifk'
J^team UD Uldr MWnUll UI JOnCS Ä. h,
; AWr tha Brmtpm ns Spriyt.
( TONES & SHRIEK, at tl.cir new Steam Circular
J «awinill will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of Pine, Oak and Poplar LUMBER. Bills
\ at «hört notice, on the l»e»t term«. 'UrJ«-rH'
' left with J. J. Peohox. Port Gibson, will receive
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ffYHE undersigned have this day received * ,
L large K'lditional assortment of fancy l>ry
(îoo«l«.* Among the many articles are—
,lA !Ä'Ene.NG. '
EMBROIDERED II'DKFS,
hLEEVES, J
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BOOTS,*«.!
Stael Extension Skirt«, for Children. Misse« and
La»li. s: Embroidered Skirt». Rattan Hoops.
and Lustres and white Marseilles.^
®M'n's and Bov«' Marseilles Shirts and Collars ; |
black silk Mitts; Mosquito Netting, etc., etc.,— j
All to be sold quick and at low Untres.
8 . BERNHEIM KR X BRO.
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JUNE *4, I85S.
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j. s. MOIUUS,
Attorney anc j Counsellor at Law,
ICITOR IN' CHANCERY,
- AM) SOLIU WRISUIM ».
Fort Gibson,
-w-wyjACTICE^ In the various Court* of Clai
home. J.-ffersoo and Copiah cotintie*. and in
tb<-Ruprinr Courts at Jack»on.
p rompt tM (] faithful attention gtv.*n to th.; col
Lisfaew». Office In the new building op
pi „ iu . lb . CourMmu**. [julytO
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24 Year» a Citizen of Fort Gibson.
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JOSIIUA KELLY
I NFORMS his old friepds and the public gene
rally. that having established a new shop on
the »tre.-t that Gails from the Washington Hotel
to th ^ p iailroad ^ potiilt a«w pr. pared to do all
kind« of
Wagon and Blacksmith Work.
Plantation work of all kiud« done atslmrt notice,
and Id the most improved style of workmanship
; He ba« now ou Und a lot of Carts. Plows a r d
solid Sweeps, built in the best manner. Th; pa-1
tronage of his old cusl.uners and the public gen- J
erally is most rcsp.-ctlully solicited.
Port Gibson, June 20, 1858-ly
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BUSHELS pure white cbm for sale as
cheap as it can be bought here. ;
m. B. FULKERSON.
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1 ck«k A^Wlftd*--; 1 • p| ai;
1 hid witft«' strfiij.-d Uttud OTI;
10 bids ftt fr f^'rV: lObbl» pink eye Potato*;
5 tfiifaali 'onion »et».
jàa9 ' WB FULKERSON.
>d 1 hhd aho'ioe
, 1 keg s.» I a ;
gar; 1 cask green ÎTàras ; .
n Migar cured do;
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T. GARRISON'S
HOUSE FURNISHING BOOMS.
O NE dot. fine Marble top Mix
bogany, Row wood and Wal- ' M {§§ t 7?&ïï BÊÊf' J
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Bureau«.
J dot. pedestal Bureaus, superior 0ui»h.
dressing do abortedstylea and finish j
1 i " marbi« top Wasbitands, '
assorted
tnarbb- top Sideboard«,
fine Seer Ury What-Nots,
side and corner
mahogany, walnut and plain Wardrobe*,
Book Cane*, assort' d,
niHÜog'y, wnlunt and plain extension tables,
Din.ng and Brefiklnst Tables,
square and round office do
work and candle Stand, flue, assorted,
fancy rosewood and mahogany Stand«,
enclosed ntah'y. walnut aod oak Wash« lauds,
Misses' dressing Bureaus,
Toilet Stands.
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Betts fine Octagon and Eclipse Bedsteadf,
Cottage and Iun Rosewood do
Misses' single and doubly
cotta/»* aud plain Trutulle do
Cribs, aborted pixes and elybfs,
i 1 " Lounges; 10 scUanpritig bottom«,
flue and plain Hat sumhR
I" marble lopsoraand Center Table*.
2 .. Rilt a , ld i^ogany frame Looktng- K l*«-E», »
«j i Jt . ( j room furniture, complete,
2 •* quartett tables, in rosewood aud mahog'y, '
pouble aad siogle Louogt-s.
- ()i] Flosr Cnrp.tiag, 18 feet wide.
PUn^StooK
I Shower Batin.
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and finish,
l *• Sofa«, Tele-a-P:k*s and
Divans,
4 *• Ottomans,
2 •• Footstool«,
5 *• eatm seat, bent rim
Chairs.
' »' ** wood, cane seat, bent rim Chairs,
I 3 •• Jenny Lind
split hot loin
large arm uml rnne sewing Uock-u
Ini«««*» , aud child's chairs, assorted,
earn* uml w »*»m! «» at table chairs, ass'ld,
Revolving Chairs,
"»•'.tv peace la in a id bra«« wheel bed castors,
pap- r« Carpet Tftcks,
Ik** patent spring cloths pins,
2 •• wire and tin ßates.
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large and small Tnl»«.
foot Tub« and K**eb*r«.
cedar and painted Buckets,
Wash-board«,
large aud »mall Stand«,
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W.llow Hampers, large CIolhesLasketa. market
Baskets, » ilia* ' YÏÏ'u*î!' g A »' Î-'T ( ûi i
d es. a f.w tue» Door MaU, 8dox. .shaker and
plain Brooms, 4 doz liait and hearth Lrooms.
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lair terms to good pay. r- .
friends and cusinmers, w th many new ours, to
j t-oiu aud buy liberally, pay promptly, and :l.u
help the needy. Thankful ior |iu*t favoi>. I Pope
| to rec ive many more. T. GAKL1S0N.
i Port (iil*son, J:iu<* 26, 1858.
; v . B.— Ordere filled immediately for Window
J yt|;mi f«. rhts li. Doors. «Ve. T. G.
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i u »t received a large steck of
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Consisting of Black and Fancy Cloths and Co*-j
si mere». Tweeds, single inilied Cassimeres, uud a
flue assortof Linen Drills. Marseilles V»-»t
J in», and black and fancy Vesting*. Thankful
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Iron axle fi. 4 ami 2 itor.-»'* Wo»
' gous ; iron axb- large aud small
' Ox V» agous.
Window Sunii.
12x18. 1D.\12 and M*iU window sash, ami jthi<»$
to ii! lh<* Sash. Also, large («la««. Iront lïv.'d t»»
3iix4D inclus. Gilt noubjiug for picture frames,
w ith many u-<*lnl articles oti haurl, fw s*|g »' >
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,or l ,l ' l patronage. I solicit a continnance of the
( «unir. [mc!»2U] A. J. CARNAHAN .
T E have a Urge st>«ck of the Vulcanized
,, Kub'x-r M.ichioe Belting, assorted si****,
, from 21 to 12 incite* wide. Also, g-ain Cradles,
('utters. Fun MilK Coru Sheller*. spinning
Wheel*, and an endless variety of equally «selul,
STKWAUT A PINTARI»,
C mnwn ission A. Produce Merchants,
HOUSE Y MISS
LOUK I .}. MISS.
ALL PUntatjou supplies furnished, paya.h
A out of next crop, and advance* made o i
Colton shipped to Hugh««, Ilylisted A Co.. Net»
Orleans. __[melt 13-tl
XTew Pork —50 bids, just received and for
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Ports» r ft III! Vie
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l,VASS-."d B.rci.vilvaw.ql, .nd pi.;
, Duncan S Imperial;
Muir A Sou's. Jeflrey & Son s, and
! ' ioist India Pale Ale. at ._
.llacliine Kelting.
WALKER'S.
BOXES good cutnmuii Tobacco, forplan
Oct S
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5 half boxes superior Pan cake Tobacco ;
It) cases heavy Mud Boots;
15 •• tine Calf do, as.- ; ort'*d ;
Boy»' sewed do
heavy and light BrotranH.j:i!»t roc'd at
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To All whom it may Concern.
YHE undersigned having erected a Blacksmith
I Shop in front of the well-known residence of
J? A. II p,q*k. is desirous to let all those who
may feel interested, know that be is prepared to
do a l kinds of Blacksmithing; alro, wood work,
atlhe shortest not.ce-e»peciallyhoiw-sho. lug and
nlow work— ashe hasprocured bewell known Jim
Will be thankful tor a share of patronage,
JOHN R DW1S.

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pay o»ea a mostb. will, please make arrangements
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list Received 100 Coils extra Rope,
tit) bales Western Ilay.
100 teg* White Bread Corn,
51) bushels Plastering Hair,
bale Gutioy Bags—and forsalehy
* W. B. FULKERSON.
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which makes my stock complete.
gpr24 SPOONER FORBES.

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OLD BRICK STORK,
CORNER OF COMMERCE «t MAGNOLIA St., j
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1 Spring Stylos, 1030.
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Rich Barege do
Rich Organdies, in side stripe, two and j
three tionuces, and double skirt Organdie»,
Plain Organdie*,
French Jaconets and Lawns,
Percale PrinWd Robes,
Plain Bareges,
Classe Silks.
, Rich silk Robes.
I.ace Mantles,
Embroidered Mantles, white and bltek,
Setts in V alsaciennes Collars and sleeve
Kaltese
Linen enibroid
Embroidered Collars,
" Sleeves,
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lirt*akfa«t sett*,
Victoria do
Miss«« p -tu Collar aud Sic vc^
•* Collars,
Infants' RoIs-h nnd WfiUta,
Bareg-*Shawl«. qs^. .
Skeleton HoopSk'qtv
Malnkolfdo.. stael nfenoMi-*# nowfaftieUC
can b« pul in a baud box, or in aoldfinaH box.
Corded hoop akJtta*
Embroidered L. C. Handkcrdllefa.
Worked Band«. * w
Ed-ring* and Insertiaf*, t
Kid' a4<1 «ilk Gloves, ,
Fan« und Parasols. J
Beau ti fier», i
French, Euglisli and Ain'-ricun Print«, !
Aud all articles wanted for Ludic-s' u«e. VRiil !
iw, i 0 s i.„w irood« to the ladies, aud without j
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A full assortment of Gents' aud Boys' äuumdt
C lothing, llats. Bout« and Shoes, Ac- Ac.
ProvHions.
Cap» Je-snmiu" ' Extra St. Lorn» Floor. '
-Slagg's'* C' Kbrat» d .«tigar cured Hams.
Dufflvld's do do do '• db
do spiced round» llm:f in kit.«, '
do Mess beef, half barrels
do dri»sl beef,
do Beef Toogoes.
do Br--uktasL Bacon.
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Bacon (clear aud rib) t-.-iles.
Sugar, Coffee ai d Hie*.
Staple Good«.
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Twilled Lowe's.
UusiettS
Kentucky gr*-y J<*a:i« aud Linsoy, natural
color, a uew article ior Negro«»—same price and
! quality or th»* white.
Kentucky Jean* nnd Linwy. white,
Hop-*. Twite*, an ' ail article« want»--' on « J
; Plantatioii -all of wh*ch w*e will m-U on reason-*- J
) b'e t- rms. on twelve mouths'credit, or for CASH
: which we prefer.
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uK ALL THE DIFFElB^TT VARIKTIL>
' T TSED in Medeiue, put up iu one lh., halflb.
t / and 0 attar U*. «»*»!tl wswat «I to be geu
1 . and lr • IV mi any adult- r.itio;i.
C II K Af / C L J S .
orewrv k'tul which art* it« d In the Southwest
diftrl from ihv tno»t oxtciislvi* manufacture*, of
i't the ruit.nl Stat**«. warranted to lut
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J' J T K A' T M E Did S E S
Of every variety which have maiutaiiixl any
r -puiut »ei b -ior- the puldic. »iniiraci.ig a very
muiK-rons 1 -I. • AH new kinds will Is* obtuimd
1. aud f(ir.i:»h d ut Nortbrru uu«l
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PAINTS.
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Dir.-ct from ih maker«, including s*'V«*rt.l »-» bus
; ground in oil.
1 Vaiiti»!, -, etc.
L.nsecd Oil. Lard Oil. Turp niiue
r E II F V M E Ii V .
rum the " ;t,- 1 . 8 ,V«* •«tablishineut of Jules ll.tn-l. f
T u n. 11. P. Jt. W. C. Taylor, and A. W. Hui
! rTo i. 1*1» Tad lull a. including a superior n.«»ori
U of Brusnes. Comlet, Soap«, Cologn s. Flori
' dc. Lavan-1 r Water aud Extracts lor the hand- ;
i k'-rchiel. 1
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lïs'L T IT.: ■
Barn s fricoph* r,»us. Lyon'« Katltaliron. Jayne's |
! Hair* Tonic, Bn im Columbia, French Powders, j
. j lttZlI| * s A ilauel's Ox-Marrow, and otic r pr, par- ;
| !lt ; #lls „*• (ij,;. kind, in addition to the above, u !
I gr-a. variety of Fancy Akticijch, selected the
[ present st-a.-ou, nam ly : Porte Monnaie», Cord C *- 1
; «. « Papier Macitie Port Folios, Fans, Toilet Hot
| ties etc. etc. ;
t riampin* Bxtmct&for Cooklnt. ;
! 4 , lfsnmi ,, h
j L«"* v Jf in *, 1 ^ ' ,V n 2*
IA n PS
For burniag Lard or Lard-Oil, from Cornelius
U:|tf ,, r & c philad'dphia. Candelabra* and their
ne wly patented Candlesticks with shad»-s for the
i cxlr>l LAMP SHADES, (paper and
^ chimneys and Lamp Mata.
A uew assortment of WALL PAPER, Firo
Screens, Bord« ring Paper and wide paper, made
! expressly for window curtains. > »
Some newlj paintad Oil Window Shades, from
the manufacturer, Phila., comprising acveral J
handsome patterns.'
Iiandie th >8 Garden Seeds
Landtetn B uaraea oeo s
; Of the growth of tbo year 1853, just received and
warranted fresh. Also, a variety ot f ower Seeds
HOOKS AND STATIONERY:
My assortment of Books includes a large varie
ty of new annuals and gift books lor I 8 oo. spien
didly hound »*ditions of poetical works, family Bi
bb«. small Bibles, tvstameuta, prayer hooks, hymn
boon*, miscellaneop« tmoks of fctandard authors
including a great variety of uew works, novels toy
books etc. ,
^SUaccJOlÄ 12iCE»CE>ViSS3
X.
«m a TTONER Y :
' .„8\f,m,>r.nrtnm Rnnfrs nf
Le<lg * r X'J îf'JtSîîtî?lÏLÏÏÏTÎÈSfnw . f
different s.ze* and »tjks of.Undutg,
, St'llDOl llOükS I 1
Ouilts 1
! " ...... , ...
nod numerous other art ick*s which it is impost >le
to name in the limits of an udeertiscment, which
, will be found in my store, and all of which will
be sold ou as rcasonabh) terras as at any establish
I ment in this section of the country. |
CHARLES SHREVL.
Port Gibson, August 28,1858. *
T *r* Ynrri« oTbest Kentückv
P» TtlOiinand Y ards or Oestfoenuicay
JpttQn ftiid LiflMyiv lor **ale at extremely Ion
price« and ou our usual accommodating terras.
prices, ana on Jg B(JCKINQHam ± co>
- !
U-I.OUR.-30 bbU. "H»rS»a" Flour, exir,
1 P ju ^* nd ^w.'b.'FULKERSON.
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Mme and Cenritt,
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• 2o w
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Me LEAN'S
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A
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Ul'# 0
wii i iiir Cor <1 i a 1
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streuet
Aud Blood Purl (1er.
flTHE greater rtm< dy in the world. ThisCor
X dial is dutiUod Iroin a berry known ouly to
myself, and ckufifcally eomblmaJ With some of
, 'he piost valurtbie n ;
? trtjown to tfe- mb I rill
rpot, wild tferrr, tli
SMtr r-u pari 11 ar eM er m I
the most infa^ble remedy for the re«
bealt| ever known.
Nature's qw u Hr ^
Curing diseases by nAtfre's law Wh-ntti
Its healing fnWHSlPWre _
every Teiu of the body, purifyiog and acc i.-r«.^
tUrg the circulation or the L lo^tL It neutralizes
tiny bilious matter in the -gspoiij and strength- ;
ens the whole organiration.
McLean's Strengthening Comittl will etfectual
ly cure Liver complaints. Dyt-pepsia. Janndice,
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the
eya t and all diseases arising from
disordered Lirer or Stomach,
Hiical root*, Itarbs and barks
f uutn. viz ; 1 M
rk, yellow dt IM!
Wer«, with otb' r*
iot. black
hdelions, j
EMu>'ing .
fiat" 1 n of
»
ft is
fell conrsing throrygi
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Dyspepsia. Heartbarn. law ar«l .Pile*. Acidity or
»ickuess of the «tomaeh, fullm-«* of blood Ui the
bead, palpitation of the heart, fullness ur weight
in the stomach. «our cmetatloii», choking or auto
, eating feeling w b«-n lying down. «Iryiivss or yel- ,
J lowness of the «kin and eye«, night sweat«, inward
i fea®r» paia iu the MpoQ of Die back,chert or side, |
! -odd- n flu»he» of heat. Üeprcwion of spirit«, bad ;
! dreams, langor. despondency or any nervous «! »
j ease, ror<* or Llothce* on the «kin. aud fever and
I ague It will also care diseases of the Bladder)
sud womb.«.n li a««-uiiiml \vi akiics». iiicoutiii uce ,
o^urln-. st ran unary, iutlamatuM or wcakuem. ol
the womb or bladder. Wiole«. Ac.
.
\\V vjy •»» pursuit«, ifynnr childr.Mi an* »!> , k!y. 4
piiuv. ur :Ull.i-t.d with cmnphiiuls pr.'vuii-ilt t- .
» iulilr.-ii. giv.- lb in n «mal! q'iuntity »>f V.c- |
I. .u.', ('«H-dial. and >1 will limk- sIiuh b'-aiti.v.
Mil, lay n ut h m-un-nt. try it autl
If .v -! |„ »Mt« tu * oh-.'.
Kid 11
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j There is no Mistake About It 1
Thii* Cordial will never fail t»» cun- any of .the
above »!I»*-a«**s. if taken a-* per dir<-ctiou» ou each
bottle, in German, English and French.
Over half a million Bottles
j Have bi-en sold during the pa»» six months, and in
|_1 no instance htis it failed in giving eirt-re satisfac-.
i tim. Who, then, will suUvr from w. aktti-«» or »b*-* -
; bilily when McLean's Str.-ngtheuing Cordial will j
J cure you ?
To the Ladies.
I)o you wivh to lie healthy »nd sfrour ? Then
goat »net* and get aome of Me Lean V Cordial. It
will htr« rigtben and invigorate your Idood'toflow
1 through every vein, and the rich rosy bloom of I
h-altli to mount to your ehe* k again. Every bot
1 tb* warratilvd to give salitfuctioH
For Children. •
J
J
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j fat and robust,
i \<>u will 1*« convinced
Every (.'v-unirv Moicliaut
! Siioubl procurs a supply of McLean's ätrefigth
«•uiiig Cordial. It S' il* rapidly. bccu.iH»* it aluays
cures. A lite ral discount Will Is? Iliad*.- to tliô.-è i
w j io i,, iy lo m*||again
CAUTP.tN- B«-w ar- of druggists «»r dealer • who
or sacs*, i
Tin- b -l Ltnnmuri in llf wot i-i tor m;>:i or I - .i-t ! j
ö its ,
may try to palm upon you «»in*: bitb-r
juirilla'lntsli. which th»-y cun buy cheap, by say- !
itig it is just ns good Avoid such m--n. , A-k l»»r ,
McLcmiV Strengthening Cordial, and t*«k*
tltiitg vl-i*. It i« th»- only u-mcly that Will purl- j
fv th>* blood thoroughly, and ut the rutue time t
Mr»-nj.th' u th* syst'-ui.
On,- tuidc-poo.iful tak'.-u ctvry in-'riilu ; fa«t- 1
t» ;t certain preventive for Ci.«l*-i.t. Chill» '
•io
;
mg.
u. i»! Kev r, Y*-HowFev»-r.«r any prevalent d:s«a».
l'r.c ji -r bottle, or 0 bottles for 85.
J. !!. McLEAN, sole prop»-:« t-r
7:xf iTincipai »1- pot on the corner o! fbiid aud
Pit»,- »!.«., St i,-i;.t*-, M".
iiffh'or sale ia Port Gib-on by
A. U. LE'YNAÎÎD
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McLcan'u Vulcanic Oil I.ialmcnt.
f Another r.-imti kald.-cur«' p rlofin. d by Mi
Volcunic. 0,1 Liitum-nt. B ;ad to; you»-el,
Tlioinn« hold, a l,bu-l:.-ini.u. It» mg n, *i * a: "
Avenue on leuth str»vt. ),a«l a horrible in ,nin.
; »-»re *m bis toot. 11- »n,d var.ou» L,n.»„ nta.
1 Salves. Ac., but could d<» il uo good lb- des
paired of ever i»»*ing abb* t<> werk at Io.« trade a
i gain. l»*cau«e |»<'could not I» ar any weight on
■ bi« font; and by on« small bottle of Me Laue« :
| Vole iu.c (. » .I Liniment, he i» u»»»,j> ruvélr
j Rhcumattwo. paralybia., momtofn. l»n»l*v%'
; »prain». sti:;'ucs*iu U»«Jotnts or mu.-ele-. swelling»
u ! >ort . tiiroafo ** r ache vr tpothacho, wottQMS, tresh |
fafitE, teres, btirus, scàids, (talus, Ac., yield to the .
*- 1 **m »gic ' influence of tls.fi> wonderful Ltnitnent i
For horses audcattte.it is an infallible remedy j
; for chafes, gttfl*, scfalches. crock* d heels, lame-i^',»ts
; ness, spavin, sweeny, splint, fistula, bruises, kkrej -1
lings, yumiid», ratlle«nake bites, and various oiii
er disc-se* which aalmals are liable to from uyu-;
5?Ä,»V. ««. a i*™-*;«- 1
w,l | ^ " a,le »" th . ose , wh .® w'Jsr fU 1 J r 'i tor
.ISP 1'OC »ale by J. H. McLEA. , p V G
corner »>t Third and l^ne streets, fct. Louis, .Mo.
Also la Port Gtbaon, M»s*n by
nw'.27-ly A. R LhQ-N AM) ,, Agen».
- mmviUAUAU 0 On
JOHN BUCKINuHAm Ol uUij
dkalkk s IX
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PIOWS, ^Vil^OOS, I »imdgPS, «llltl ]>U£ÿllS,
J statue and pascy
Drv Goods and Clothillff 5 Hardware, ,
^ 1
etnTiiPVWAPP
allOEs, CHINA, GL.v , LAKI M r.. A K ..
rAINTS, OILS. DRUGS, MEDICINES,
plantation supplies, |
AN0 MERCHANDIZE or k\ frv ^ K ^' ni ' '
(»ran«! (»Ulf» MIM.
« 9 . (»articular attention paid to the Receiving. (
storing and Forwarding of Cotton, or Mcr
chandize of aoy deset iptiou, eit
a pr 3 -ly trusted to our care. ;
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Plantation ami Forty Slaves, He.,
-r -tx-v r-»' c a t TT'
r Ol V .
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, ® ,
nf /Y NT reasonable terms, et privat»; «»ale, at any
f U time before the 30th November nast a yal
Urth i e pianUtion. six miles from tag Mjsrfseippi
1 River, near Mill kins' Bend.Madison Parish, Lu„ ;
1 containing 1040 acres of first elaiia alluvial
land—400 acres cleared and srwl ditched, new
>le f r>mo< j (jj n in( | Quarters, Dwelling house, out-I
j, 0ll8e8 tn( ] Cisterns. With the place will besold,
jf d , lHirt>d 40 ft rc lima ted Slaves, and Mulea, Oxen,
< ( OC j J ot - Cattle, Farming Utensils. Ac. The
| a bove will be sold to close a partnership, and on ;
& j credit, up»>n mortgage s»-curlty. ,
Address GKO. V. MOODY, ; |
ju!31-4m Att'y at Law, Port Gibson, Miss
^-Vicksburg True Southron. Jackson Mis
. » ju a puawnru» will rnnv w»»#kiv
J" PP 1 ^? ^ N ' / ' C *7^ 7 ta P t hlT räJc
until doth Nov. next, and send bill to this office
! for payment. , - ■
W E b.« . *0™. SZrnmi er Twq «»
VV will r« »,« we-klj .blpmeu durin, tb.
». particular kind, can, by l«jwânglbeir order* With.
|S»TMSS , f.M®sRr
H
mm
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B
AYE®_
Cathartic PH!«,
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(SUQAR COA TKS,,
AU KAI« TO f
CLEANSE THE SLOOD AJID COTUt TR* OCS
Invalid», Fath.r«, tlothrr*. PkrikttM,
Phllanthroplata, rt»4 tt*lr t® 1
and Judg« of th«lr VirlWlO
rOE TUE CÜ1« Of . *
Headache, Sick Headache, Fed* •**■■**•
Da. J, C. Aria. Sir ; I Uv« bow'
ntAOi
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th» worn hMuUcba au/ body «an h»»» bjr » Aaaopt **•
of your MU*. It «•»«« to art»» fin* • ®*w rf— teLFS^fc ,*
tb«jr cl«*o*» »I one.. If tb.f *111 car» «th»a» m ÛjÊf40
lut, th« fart ii worth knowing.
Your» with great rwp»Ct,
.IPs&
ED. W
CUrktf
Billons Disorders and Livtr t omplaiat*
, PsrAsntsm or tm Immstt, \ * <
:
w unsoiw, D. 0 ,1 a*, tm.
tn : I bar. <iMd your Pill« la my «»iMrsi *»d Iw^tu l
pr»rtl«r»w »Ino» you m*4»Ab»», »MJEUStWOwt»
uv th«y *r» th» U»t catssru» »• •mptof. IW rEp» '
UtlDfr action on the liver U sad derhUE. •MM-'el
ly they «re an admirable remedy for derma *W—t eeflheS
organ Indeed, I have eeldom found » rmee of MK mu
« 0 « eo oUiluite Uiat It did not readily field •» the»m
Dysentery, Relax, and Won»».
Tobt Orrtrm, Uterus», Lit. Oo», Mtcs n Kef- M, «••k
D». Avis : Your Pilla ere Um perfection of medktse.
They hat« done my wla more good than I Ms Ml yon.
Igbe had b een sick aud pining away for mouth» WeM
at great expense, hat got no better. ■M ;; 1
as your PiUe,,which soon c«w
usd (Mes of worms (dead! fh»
De Axa . , h>Tt B-4
, ucceM my umüj and
in <n»trM» To r^utawth» mg a n »
m
M, ni Sr You«,
VtutS. wnsm Oa, N. Y,OU. K1W
Ma* 81m: I am wing your Oathartfc PW» I» »7 »»•*■
M«a«ed And the« »a «xflUnt
«y» *» am purt y 1 * meacHam, U. 9.'~
Ery ,ipelM, Seroftil», King'« Evil, Tettoa,
v I nmon,Md gait Rhe»s4.
From a F>rwa~ditig MrrcAont qf ,* l/ms, f*P. 4, lttd.
Dm. Ana: Your PHU are the pa-agon of « 4* 1
graat In niwllcine Th»y have cur»d my IWtU daag^SSs
of ulo»mui »ore» upon her Sand» and M that had provsd
Incurable for year*. Her mother had been loua grievous
ly afflicted with blotch«» sad ptrnple» on ber «lia aog ts
her hair. Att«r onr child wm "tsashkjp
Rheumatism, Neuralgia« and Gofit.
From the Krv. Pr. HamU «, nf the MOhodut tpu. Om r*A
Hvussi Holm, 8a»a*sab. Oa., Jan. 11M,
Honomp Si* : l ehould be ungrateful for the relief fom
»kill ha» brought me if 1 did nut report my csm to
A cold »et tled In my limb» and brought 0 « eicru«fating
neuralgic pain*, which ended in chronic rb»MM(il*a.
Notwilheuuding I had the bwt of phyi.- iau». th» tom—
grew wor»w nnd woree, nntll, by the adele« of your «xeet
leut agent in Baltimore, I)r. Mackehxie.I tried your Pilla
Their effect* were «low, but eure. By persevering la Iff
use of them, I am now entirely well.
Sisai* Chau»*», Baton Hoc».*, U, t Dee., 104.
D*. Aria: X ha»e been entirely cured by your Pill* of
Rheumatic Oout—• painful di»e**e that aaïlâflietod me
for year*. UNCENT SLIDELL. # .
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Cost*
. plwinta, requiring an active purge, they arogp e*o»t- »
t tout remedy.
^ For C'oativencs* or Constipatios,fifid an /
. * Dinner Pill, they are agTeeobloand eSectnnL [ J
FitE, Suppression, Paralysis, Jnfiamma
lion, nnd even Deafness, and Pi »J HHy.
"«•» *"»• ^ nrrà tb " si».*U»»*fi»aadr tfifi*
Moot of the Pill» in market contain V»f««ry, which, al
though a valuable remedy lu «kilful bauds, I» daagejp»»
in » public pill, from the dieajfhl < nwquencM ttoPne
quently follow It* ineautlou* u»e. The*» centals no
cury or miueral auletauco wbatevoi. , , ,
I» dort- -red
rommeuced
by «xpelgug large q
body. They afu-rward* eurwd her and ou
of bloody dyaentery Owgaar neighbor»
my wife cured him with two Ease« uf your
otficm around 11 « pal»! fnSB Svetot
bill», aod loet much Um», without
• veil th*n. Such a medl
good ami honest, will be
Indigestioa and Imparity of the
on ta
tak:
wtitty dollar» doct»w»f
being cur*» rnlheSj
ire. which 1« actually
fW
>. J. O RUTIN, P*tm*s tar,
J8vw< Btv. J. F Hime», FUetor a/ Aéotai ChitrcK, JheOm.
your PllU with »»Lraordlaary
among thoee I am called to rt*»t
th» very beet remedy
mffdeiltly recommaoa
U
j. v. Koata.
Pills, and they have cured her
X.
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.AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID Ct'R* Of ^ '
col ons, COLDS, HOAK SENKE*, IETLI'
enza, bronchitis, wHoora*
COIOH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IW- ' "
CIPIENT CONSl »IPTIOW, *
»nd for Ul« relWf of roDiömptiv« pitieut» la »4 t«jw«4
«tage» of the dise»«-.
We tient not «i«-»k to the publie of il» rirtota
ytnwuichoot everv town, »c4 »lmo»t every henlet *f the
American .»t*t*v'it-» w nderful curve of pulaaeoary
pUints have inn,)« it alre»dv known. • N»y, few ». —
familK-e iu an, civiUsed »oui, tty on thie cocUnewl wltk
out com** i sm ntl experience of it» effect* ; »nd fevrtr jet
the communiti*» any wlt. r» which have not among them
Home living trophy of iw victory over the eebtte M l tlto 4
gerous -iisea.-«-« of the tbr»»t »n»i lun*e. W hile U ta the
moet |»,werful untidote yet known te man tot th« Lut
•lahle and dangerous »lineaaen of the pulmonary organa. It
i» also the pleasartvt and »«fest remedy that can bn ^
plnved for infant* and y»mng peraona. ParenU M*
have it in more against the in*»di< ua enemy fhat atoals
upon them tn^repwed. Wn havn ahna«nBt
j b«lt«ve the Cherry /Vctorni *ave«»mow Uvea by theit»- %
, sumptions It prevent* »hau tfomn it eurnn, R«*P
you. and cure your colds while they are vornhi n;
lect them until no hnuian skill r *n meeter ,b « •***
ranker that, fastened on the vital*. *at* yonr Mto nw.
All know the dreadful totality of lung d.sordera, »ad an
they know too the virtue* of thia r«Bied.v, W*
more than to aaaure them it is «fill m nAe the he»!
be. We .,wre no eoet. no care, no
moat perfect t«-s»it le. and thna afford thoia
ii the he*t agentwhfob our «kill ran fùmtoh for their cura.
PREPARED BT DB* h C. Atlt
Prneticnl and Analytical Chemist, Lowell,
ASD SOLD BT
.\ K. I. KONA KM, r»>r< TîibAou ;
R C. MfG.W, Rocky SprinffaY
I! I', TAYLOR, Gallatin; and byDrug-*
iu MedicUiea CTorj
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g$>.tll< ,V£ „ ,
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scar ; aud . tb ci nul ly cure Fever Sorc-Piles
Salt Rh-nm—Intlanmtory Khnmalisu»—5oi*„aad
E _ ^ _ Wouud8 _ Bruiaa^Old
and i BV etarate Sores- Scald HhoMCow» •*»*»<!
Lu nions-Ery »ifK-la» - -SpraitJ^-Swi-lTlpi^^ Phl
ons-Chilblaîna-Bite* of Io»eofa-ßt»lU^.4hd
Brokeu Breast — Sore Nipples— Er uptiott»— and
all other infiamatory aod, gatooeousdisease!, where
the parts affected C'n be reached. _
Don't be credulous about the many fftseasss
named to be cured by only one thing—but relief,
, that the few, but positive properties which tbs
Ml., S.1« .1«, CMS», mt m
euum.rated—ooetolour— ein r**»htheaforemeo- •
tfimTiSTTfi, but tuauy more not eounmxaUd.
Query.—Do Not reovlak nsfco THTSiCfasB w
| sckiss calomel inwardly for sogss or vprtssinr
' ' ^rLaoh box of Gextixs DallztVi Fint *i
TB actok ha* upou It a He* Plate Engraved Lab«X
( wi , b tbc h jg na ture of C. V. CLICKNBR à COv,
proprietor», and HENRY DALLEÏ. maaufacta
rer. All others are COOWfmX Pries 25 cts.*
; der. box. .?*;• • f*v <T»nt
All orders should be addfeMd to
J. WRIGHT & CO., Choctje.^ New GrW»»*
For »ale by all Druggists throughout tbs üai
wd .States. _
Also, for sale In Port Gibson by CHS.SHBEVl k
» and A. R. LEONARD ACO. ' ' " ' t
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JOHN lb. UotnLK,
TYEGS to inform Ws.fr^mte lba| he
an Oyster Salooa aad Coafociu
; «ore recently occupied by §. Forte#
, will keep freak Oysters QopaUatlf jDfi.
| every variety of A jru-AnnSA MO
Sweetmeat», Candie», Mul» fit
, m . „...Tin* *11 ftJL
^ viit>€ty of irttelfR ur ute liot, %l\ RNH
8 00<T - ' # " lcb w11 0
T be 4*et of Cigars 09 hartf:
Sfis/fg 1857. _ "
füw<iià')0»n < '*
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OYSTER SALOON
AND KBSTAURANT.
ooery at tk»
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