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French and Engikh •0ARDHM1AND DAY-SCHOOL \ FOB YOUNG LADIES. Mil Ml «ass Baeoasoos, from LoalwIUs, Jty_, w tAblinb a School tor Too«* Wist la Port Qlbsoe' Ü n to cousskoncs SB tbs wm 1st M«Bdsy in October. J, A. Ik,«, d e»if n taaklag It A psrmAosnt and flrkt elan* Mm*/ tbsyhsae to u>®«t etth tkeir fall .hors ofnl W.WaTg® from th.cltlten.. a. well a. from ths .urrottudlni vfheaawy. AI« las besatbs. taofht pwU.ni«. "^* saf t. RngWte cioestlon ; sort uou»ual factllti« Jr neouma tbs Prsssh U«Mf«»fS. SSH OlrestAn, »«J All aesossAry informAt^n, m»y bs ob <as-l be cdliaa sa ths Principal, Mi« H Bnrbarou«, hs sill bs si lbs residsacs of Mr J 8 Mams, aatil ths penis« of the school 1 to A ths •* AffOrd*4 Ç, Irwlen of Fir® Months. teardiM. tasludlag WaU.Io«, ffssl, LlfbU, wrth^ 1 C»sd«h ..' lay flehelar* .. . " " mult «a fiaao • 00 ef »••*!!<• •Ms.if a® Osttar 14 00 1 » 00 10 00 so ■» «M*l Ms.lv ... (taught ass bssr ««ch day). !S«i*g and Palotlng la W.Ur color. W UffAlotiBf . . ImrwaiMnhJ Nssdl»-work . .. .. ■hl-VMk, fapsr flowam. * e., each V®sal Mwsls la sIa-s^ ... cb»rgs |- bbfbrkncks. P Mr i $ Ma «os. ffort Olbsss; Mr AT. Moos», Port B AIW« Mr w a Draks, WaUrptoof. La ; Bt B*v r »..bop BL.SA, Natch... Mi. J Prof N®Sls Iirtsss^^ Los ■ tTrtllV Kj.i Pro! W» Bs ACS. do ; Ho» Oassstt Drs SSadte^ 1U® Jams« 0.«.*, N*w Orlsss*; Hon Pnsss Pools. Nsw Or PiBäa ■ ' 10 oo 4 a* LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL. loo of this institution ; tTpHK next anoual X will open on th® r ? Second Monday in September, 1858. and clo*® on the Friday befort the Fourth of July following. . , i. .v * Patrons of the school rosy rely upon it, that every effort of the Principal shall be devoted to the purpose oî the rapid and thorough advaoce in learning of the pupils entrusted to his * »ent charge. tuition B will be according to clic-»o*. and due when the ■ atudent Is enrolled, or the bill presented : no de ll daction being made for absence except in caser of protracted skkness. Fikkt Class—J ust beginning with Letters and First Reader, per Seasion of 7e* n*on( Z» ••«■• .••••« .•*•••*••••• «•••••* 8k«-om> Class-Id Spelling, Second Reader, Geography, Arithmetic, and Penmanship 40 00 THian Clash-I o Spelliug and lining, Third Reader, History of the Uniteti I states. Geography, Arithmetic, and I'en 830 00 40 00 Bauship.- • • • *••• *• • • • * 'bh fvmuTU Clash—I n Spelling and Deriyati«»n Universal History. Geography, Engltsh Gramhaar, and Composition. ....... I trru Cuts»—In English Composition tin, Greek, or French Language, Algebra ©r Geometry, etc., etc..§11 60 00 , I JÄ . 70 00 Z. H. LAWRENCE. Port Gibson, August 14, 1858. ly ■ PORT GIBSON BRASHEAB wmm i e Will resume It* Ninth Session on Weil»e»«l»y» the 15th September. milß scholastic year will be divided into two _L sessions of twenty weeks each. Instruction will be giveu in the English, r rench, aj*d Latin Languages. • __ _.. an.l l»atiu Languages. .. Musi« upon the Piano, Guitar and Organ. Also, brtwing, I'aHtliag and Neodle-work taught. Miss M. Marvin, Principal Miss E. DaOUKTT __A*»i*»ut Teacher in English, Lati«, Freuet«. Drawing, Paintiug, etc. Y«aeb«c «1 Mathematics, Ac, B MiM *.■—'**! ■ Mts« E. P. P«HM.K. Teacher in Maile. ■ Mia* A. Pom.k, .Assistant Teacher ef Vu-ic. TIKHli V Instruction in th# English branch», per ses. $25 H »euch. German, Latin ami Spanish, each- 20 St IlMte... h U,» ni .. HiOrAwiag mud N.-cdle-work. euch . BfcfjjCireotn» Painting .. apnc idea tali.. • • • ••• • ••• v i VIV * M^ear'i, Including Washing, kuel and Lights. |K No deduction will be made from the time of en ' .-r ug to the end of the sesaiou. Charges will be made for the extras from the time of corn «ment to the end of the session, tert Gibson. Augu st 14, 1858._ PORT GIBSON FEVULE ^llegiate Academy, 30 5 . 16 40 ... 1 76 1*1 mac 59 it Will c®mmsnes its naît Ss«sioa Wedaesday, September îiod, 1858, B'ft*h<.U»ti<- y«»r will b® dlvhted late two Term«^ inStttr wssksaach. f Ti:iriO> PER term: Binfi. HaSa awl Sophomore Cl*««®', Är sod Senior CU«*>«, embnwmg lll«« »o<t RiperimeoU in Ptnlo*opiiy *14 oo . so ua 24 0« ion« OteMiatrr,. nUl Music l.itni as of laatrsuMnt, . «•neb or LsMn. (®itr*.) .... ^r»W)3| ipte*"). yfjk S aH ne,. j. . Of Hl«-work,... gUUooorjr, ••«fd, W«»h _■ V®eal Mu*i«, (sxtrn». SO Of SO Ot 4 00 10 00 R M 12 00 10 00 1 is ; , oo ifc. Fu I and L.gbte, 4 CO * t mil bo made from the price, of Tuition ■ ate«* it I« two months or more after opening Aft»* m rame®, ®o dsdactloo will be made for *KTnr' Ml®«« lu earn, of f* -Uy remorala, protracted Ul MM, M «inreu arrangoment. "gjrChargosdn. at th® time ®f>n ffocr ^ 1er« 1*4* eolraace. Faioiioiii). 0P0DRLD0C SOAP. OPODELDOC SOAP I OPODELDOC SOAP. OPODELDOC SOAP. bsM WALKER'S. 1* Wei«« Just r®e®lv®4 at DR. T. 8. GIBSON, FFERS his professional services to the clti of Port Gibson and vicinity. Office on tt /»* /m Eu trance, next door to MÉbea. ( janÄä- ly o r. ■ ". J Mate street. I the «Mw« af * FRESH FROM SAINT LOUIS ! JUST RECEIVED, forty Barrels New Wheat Flour I tepll dAw gif BETHEA. 1MHI8 HLTTKR, (KMHEN butter. G GOSH KN BUTTER. WALKKRJL I-tTj FRESH CANDIES tROM St.L«®l«— A sgUodld aaaortateat from Ball#y'« J ~ At WALKER'S. Tl jp Refloefy. jest te k*SW, CIIARURM Nil REVE ■ sa os a®*® * The choicest brand* of Liq«K»rs, Y Old Loudon Dock Port Wine, Old Madeira, -■ ger Wine, French Cognac Brandy, Bourbon Whisky, Ac., Ac. Itflfcftvsire sel,-t.-d Pxpr,-wly for medi.'inai u4 sold only in such cases Gin r t - To Merchant», luta of Port Gibson are requested Uu amount of their invoices (.not fOi the Lit January. 1858. to the m. aad be read y, 1808. to w»e Ukd be reauy In a mement's », as I have but three day* in 9ËT..HM. McXEYVER 1 : j REPOSITORY. CARRIAGE J UST received, New Baggies, and Jenny Lind Carriages, for sale on good terms, by July 10 T. GAR RISON. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, AT THE OLD STAND. i .. . . ..^nu v i MANUFACTORY. J OHN WALLS à 00. have opened a new W a gon and Plow shop, at the old . J for^ly occupied bjT. J. i Dakin, wbciH they are prepared to •» make to ord^r Wagons and Plows of all deiicrip lions —also, iron-axle timber-carts. All kinds of repairing in their line done with noatneu and die patch. They have the best of workmen in their ploy, and expect to give perfect satisfaction to all their customers. , I take pleasure in stating, that Mr. John walls j is a first rale Mechanic, as I bad bun in my P m- [ ploy some three 7 ****^. I do not hesitate to say that all work entrusted to him w.U be^one^ a tljîm T HE uadersigned has purchased I the entire establishment of Mr. Joshua Kelly, at the corner of Car- " roll and ChuicJ) streets, where be (s prepared to manufacture aJi kinds of Carriages and Baggies, and to do all khidn of repairing mending, Ac., in the best manner, and at the shortest notice. Ulackarai thing, Of all kinds, done In a safe and speedy manner. The undersigned has done bnsiness in Jefferson county for several years, and refers, with confi dence, to his old patroo* for bis efficiency and promptness. All work warranted. Accounts due when called for. unless otderwise agreed. JAMES WYLIE. A CARD. Iu retiring from the business to which I have so long devoted my time at the old stand, I take pleasure In recommending to my friends and pa trons, Mr. James Wylie, who is competent and ca pable of doing all kinds of work in his line, to the aatlsfaetion of the publie, and I solicit for him a continuance of the patronage given to me. March 13, 1858. JOSHUA KELLY. NEW WAGON AND PLOW ■ I em TO THE PUBLIC. workmanlike manner. Port Gibson, Feb. 20, 1858. Barrels extra A 1 Lard Oil; 2 barrels burning Fluid; 2 bbls Linseed Oil ; 2 bbls. spirits Turpentine; 2 bbls Bourbon Whisky; 2 bbls Alcohol: . 6 boxes fine Chewing Tobaoco; 21 casks fine Cognac Brandy ; 1 cask fine old Madeira Wine ; 1000 lbs pure White Lead : 100 lbs fancy Colors in oil ; 6 dot very superior Pocket Kuives;' 3 dor. fine Razors ; ▲ large l«>t of Perfumery and Fancy Articles, just received and for sale by !eb20 A. R. LEONARD. To Suit the Siokly Season. E are constantly receiving and in store ■ Fresh Soda and Water Crackers. " Cracknel Biscuit. M Beat Rice; M Lemons and Lemon Syrups. # Simon pure Kentucky Mustard. India Pale Aie and London Porter. Vinegar and Pickles. We have, also, a splendid assortment of Wine* and Brandies, which will not fail to please. Call at [aug!4] WALKERS' W FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY! L. SUMMER, Baker, EGS to inform the eitisens of Port Gibson (bat be has established a new Bakery at the old corner opposite the Jail, and is prepared to furnish fresh h read made of extra-St. Louis f lour every daj. Family Tickets supplied when called Also, always 00 hand, a good supply of Dry Goods and Groceries. Call on him. Port Gibson, July 31,1858-ly _ FROM LEGHORN, PER SHIF DANUBE. LADIES' FLATS, MEN'S, BOYS, AND CHILDREN'S ATS, At prices that cannot be beat anywhere! may 8 S. BERN HEIM ER A BRO. 13 ®f for. Dwelling House for S4le. A HANDSOME Dwelling, with large and well improved Garden, Cistern etc., is offered for sale on good terms. [jao23-tf] J A S. MASON. Apply to 8. J. MOREHKAD K. r. R. ABB1T, J. Ü. RARDOfO. HARDING, ABBAY & MOREHED, COTTON FACTORS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, sepl3 dAwly SOUTHERN MARBLE YARD. NEW ORLEANS. SMITH A STAUB, PORT GIBSON, MISS. E would inform the eitleens of Pert Gibson and surrounding country, that we have per manentlv located in this place, where we have opened a Marble Y»rd. and are prepared to fill all orders for „ . . „ HsnaiacnU, Obellilu, Tomb», Mmrbl® Mantle* Ac., Ac. In fact, everything that belongs to th« trade. Those wkblag lo ereet Monuments to th« memory of deceased friends or relations, are re eeted toe»U and examine our stock before send [may8-ly W T 1 i" ■g their orders elsewhere. tor Male or Kent, A VALUABLE Cotton Plantation, sitnated in Jefferson c«unty, Miss., eight miles North East of Fayette, near the head water* of Cole s Creek. It comprises about 1100 acres of land— 600 cleared, under good fence, and easy of culti vation. The improvements consist of a fine gm house with two stand* and Newel press, grist mill, born, stables, double frame quarters with brick chimsey*, and all other building* requisite for a well improved plantation. There is not a healthy or productive plantation to be found more io Jefferson county. To a good purchaser for the above property, the terms will be made easy. If not sold by the 1st of January, it will be rented for a term of years to a good tenant. ' ' _ T . For forther particulars, apply to Dr. Joseph Dunbar or Thomas Reed, Esq., 1 ayette, M iss. nov 15-dAw till doc 24 _ Wagon», Wagon», Wagons! | n IRON axle, large and small 6, 4 A 2 horn »od heavy and light ox Wagons, manu factured by March A Bro., for sale on good terms roc y (jnlylO) T. GARRISON by X# Planter» and Field Officer». R hit re on hand a lot of long waterproof Coats, mute enpremly to protest Cotton-pickar. from the . dew« «»drain, whieh we are aellin* at N«w Orleans — Im, Ain® alar*® «took of I«f|iii|. îopt.ltMu. Un SrDteÄt.'audRum»«»rW which w.arerelfz ^«k^P jertl-w] J. ÎBCKINCHAM AC 0 W . r n VfTSPg. $ ' /«-J V -> w ÜMtgrajjjjtli Id tjjt laiiy Jlebtillt DEATH OF JUDGE POSEY. WooDviLi.c, Jan.24.—Judge Stanhope Posey died of Pneumonia af hi* brothers residence, in this plaoe, at one o'clock this morning, and buried this evening at three o'clock. New Orleans, Jan. 24.—Sales o' eolton to> d»y, were 8,000 bales. Prices unchanged. CONGRESSIONAL. Washington, Jan. 2.'.—At Ibe evening ses sion of Ine House last night, • general discus sion arose upon the merits of political parties the Pacifio railway, 4ce., members indulging in a wide range ad libitum. The Secretary of Stale in response to fhe House resolution asking for the correspondence between fhe Government* of France ami Eng* land with our Government, in relation to the acquisition tt Cuba, states that no correspon dence exists on the subject, except what was communicated to the Senate >n the 4th inst. House. —Mr. Cobb reported a bill requiring pre-emption settlers to occupy lands three months only before acquiring their titles to Ibe lands SO occupied. j In the Senate, yesterday, Mr. Hunter called up lb. Invalid Pumiou bill. Il provi.l., lor tbo appropriation of 8836,000 reenacts the provK sions of Act 1 9, for the prevenf iert of fraud, and proposes to abolish, on the 1st df July next, the pension agencies, the duties of which are to be performed under the Sub-Treasury regu Â, ^î în *' . LI ' be cocsideration of this bill was postponed until to-day. The Pacific Railway bill was up for consul eratior. Mr. Brow,,', motion to lay it on the table i ()lt hw lft 1 ' ¥ A RKlGN OF TERROR IN KANSAS, St. Louis, Jan. 18.—The Kansas City Jour nal, of the 13th inst., says that Judge Williams has just arrived from Fort Scott, and repris that fhe neighborhood of the Fort is under a reign of terror. Business had been entirely suspended. The «-omen and children were being removed to a p , 4ce of Mfety an<| , be citizeni had oreanized i f,, r the tlefenee ot the city and were on guard ' day and nighf> fo prevenf >„ atfack from * fhe lawless bands under Montgomery and other; banditti who were ravaging the country. New York, Jan. 21.—We have informat'on | here to-day of the seizure at New Lonoon, Ct, ; of the baik Laurens, on a suspicion ot being engaged in the slave trade. Her officers and crew are held for examina « >v .1 - tion. P otato».—50 bbls. of the same large North ern Pink-eye Potato* I had last year, on hand and for sale by [jan3U] W. B. FULKERSON. Coarse and Pine Salt. SACKS Coarse and Fine Salt, jnst re; ceived, in clean sacks. 150 J. 8. MASON. nor20 Just Received, this Day, BW Lard—Fresh Flour. :N P. BETHEA. dee5 A Good Teacher Wanted. GENTLEMAN of unexceptionable moral character, and well qualified to take charge of a country school, consisting of children of both sexes, is wanted as teacher in sn excellent neighborhood in Copiah county. Tb« school is small, but a liberal salary will be given if the applicant give assurance of capacity and good character. For further particulars, address B. K. HAWKINS. Gallatin. Mi. A novl9-w4t NEW GOODS KIEFER'S CHEAP STORE. riMIE «odt-r.IgDad ha* jurt returned from N®w Ortesna J. with a large, new and well «elected stock ef DHY (.onus ®f erery description, which h® will b® happy to show to any who may gfrs him a call. His new supplies eoiwist in part of th® following article« : French Caseimere Rohe«, latest styla; Mlk Mantillas; Woolan Plaids; antes lot of Velrat Trimmings, and eve rything that U usually kept la a Dry Goods store. CLOTimU A full aaeortraent ef Gentlemen'* Wear. IADDLEUY A small but wall »elected «took. BOOTS AND SHOES A large and fins aaaortmant, or srery description, for Ladias, Men and Children. PLANTATION til'PPLI EM Llaaeys. Jeans. Blankatsof tvary description, Bagging, Rape and Twins, aitra sissd Ruwtett* Ate. WOO DEM W A HE Cedar Pails, Tabs and Bucket*; Churn«, Brooms, and |* variety of other article* in this line. GROCERIES A well selected stock of fro*h Grocerl«s of ®r®ry d«* eription, on hand. 24 barrels Fagan'* XXX Flour AObar rel. good Family Flour Clear Shtea; Sugar coiwd llau>* ; Sugar of all qualiMea Coffee; Mola«sen; Lard; Sperm and Star Candles. FANCY ffiROCERIK» Raisin«. Craaberrle*, Dried Prunes by the poued, Split Pea*, Al mouds, Bardin«», and many other good things. A I.ARUK I/)T OP c A R PE T I N*G S, BERNHEI MER'S. A;so, Ladles' Show, extension Skirts, Balm 75,0000 FEET F clear Cypress Lumber, well assorted, for sale by nov!9-wtf Has been received at ora • o J. BUCKINGHAM A CO. PLANTATION FOR SALE. T OFFER for sale ray Plantation, five miles from 1 Grand Gulf, known as the "McNeill place,' containing 780 Acre». The place will be sold on accommodating terms, for which apply on the prent««, or to t. 8. MASON, J»« ^h U r . 3-2m* September 19. 1857. New Orleans and Vicksbnr* Uacket ALICE VIVIAN, DICK NASH, Master. T HIS fine steamer, carrying tb« U. 8. Mail in place of the Natches, will make her regular rips daring the season from New Orleans to Vicksburg. JOHN BUCKINGHAM AGO"., janl9-6m Age nts. " Get the Best Î Question' — Which u tht test t Answer - WHEELER tf WILSONS SEWING MACHINE ù Ike but ever invented for Family and Plantation me ! F OR sale at New Orleans price*. Also, Sew lag Machine Needles, Bobbins and Thread. Call aud see them at Garbwos's Furniture Store. E. GRIFFITH, Agent for Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines. dec!6-d6lAwtf i H ardware.—A fresh supply just received which makes my stock complete. S pr24 SPO ONER F ORBES T U UST RECEIVED— S barrel* Appl®«; » bushtl* Ootoo* ; 20 W«»torn Ch«*«® ; IS Backs Potato««._ff À* W AUMW. t* nort} ]sJÊr& W. E. Walker, «ROCKRt, AI»D DKALXRS :» ALL KINDS OW ~ Family Supplies, Liquors, Wines, CIUJR8 , ♦*., Port Gibson, Mi«. BRANDIES® W B ar® receiving and bar® I» »tor®— 6 quarter ouki P U Godard Brandy ; 3 half pire» ütard. Dirpy k Os » Br«*dy ; 2 quarter pipe* p*l® A® do do; Tbs nbo»® Article. wer® MlMtadwItb thsjrre.»U«t CATS, and cannot (kit to plcaw_[— p flt I] WALK*j*o *^j ( ham^aifiu 1 Wine». IITI Ars r®c« I. I n* * rvl hr«® In «tors— ff 40 basket, quart* And pints OUaa. UeTd»i®ck , 10 Madam (jliqaot ; Main street, * Saint Louis. -» ugy rec®lr«d from 81. Lout*— »1*1* bbu.lH«b Potato®«; io bw*.Onion*; " JÄSSSsÄ'itÄ?: so boxe» Star Candle* ; K>b®*®»;Opo4®ido« &>*p-aud for sate • — , —r—— Havana Cigar». , 28,000 ' plendld iisfr it ' At WALABR8'. | -=-r--~ ToVM, Toy», Toy»., I ARUMS of all kinds; A^Small Water Buckets, * F°°* Tubs; Magic Lanterns; 0110 Rkljloa; Dolls, of all kind*. I* R* Foot-balls, Tool Chests, Savings Banks, A BC Dumb Watches, Dark Lanterns, — Torpedoes, Wheels, Bureaus, Sideboards. Wash Stands Book Cases, Bedsteads, « Cradles, Dancing Figures, Tin Trumpets, Claronetts, Accor leons, Snakes, India Rubber Toys, Swimming Men. Swaus aud Fishes, Marbles, Violit.s, Violin Strings, Banjos, * Fifes, Guitar and Banjo String», Wagons. Wheelbarrows, Ten Pin«, Furniture, of all kinds, Mershaun Pipes, Pips, of all kinds, False Faces, Tin Wagons, Pewter Furuiture, * Drawing Slates, Tea Sets, Traveling Locomotives J ewt harps, Harmomcans,' Matches, of all kinds, Arithmetical Tables, Dominoes, Chess, Gracel, Keleidescnps, Glass Boxes, Fish Hooks and Lines, • Pis/ols. Cigar Mouth Pieces Tooth Brushes, Caudle Sticks, , Wax Candles, Draughts, And various other Toys, too numerous to men. tion—for sale by sept 1 )3 CAM. Oil VC. la Oil} cam. Olive, in Liquor*. Whisky. ( » BBU.Cld MoLODffshslA Whluky : ). H bbU. old Rys and Bourbon Whisky; 7ti t7 ks«* * gallon« old Rys and Bourtwa W hisky; S CM«» Saddls-Ba«» Aud Dew-Drop do Ths ab®rs Whlekls. srs of the »oal cslsbratsd brand«, sod ars of tbs very be*t qualltie« to bs ^*4 9ÊQ At »V A .iKKHH . At WALKERS. New Orleans. K are Id receipt of a«»orto<l Orocsrls*. eon.l.tlng, io part. ®f Nsw Riss. 0ru«hsd, Loaf and Brown Bogan ; Crackoeil and Soda Biwslt. ; Ysaat Powder«. Uuffivid Ham., Pickle«, Base««, Sardine«, Lobstsr», Salmon, A««ortsd Pis Fruit», green and black Tsai. Peppsv, VioeAr. Oil«, and many other artlcls. too I numsroua to meat!®®. tScpfl Uj AI WAHIM*. j W alkbrs I Porter and Ales. 1 C 4 CA 8 KS Barclay A P®rki»»' London Porter; ID 10 oa«k» K. B. By aw' London Poilor; Pal* At®; do 4 do • do Airol'« Scotch AI® ; ata®, Baker'« Bitter«, German Bittere, Royal Windsor Bitten. Mara«ohino nnd Curaceo Cordtal«. London Ginger Win®, Cherry Brandi®«, «-„Ac. eepW-d At WALKKRS KBGS Natts, assorted, 5» At WALKER S ■an VTEW LE.HOS», ^ SEW LISONS, NBW LB MO NS, At WALKKRS oct7 M kl Kl I. ln Kitt». M At WALKKR'S. oct7 j 1 1 H CARPENTER & CO. O. F. I. o. RANKLIN LODGE No. A of the Inde» 1 pendent Order of Odd Fellows, meets ev* Tuesday it 7 1 2 o'clock r. M. The follow* | mg is s list of officers for the present term ; John R. Davis, N. G.. Wm. McKekver, V ; G. Wm. T. Morris, Sec'y. Ja*. S. Mason, T. L. P, Williams, Wsr. Thos. Garrison, Con. | J. K Reed, I. G. W. F. Meke, O. G. M. 0. Hopkins, R. S. S. to N. G. Joshua Kkllt, L. S. N. to N. G. T. S. Hawkins, R. S. S. to V. G. J. H King, L. S. S. to V. G. Wm. T. Morris, Host. V • r J I TXLANNEU*.—Rarer Flannel l q yds. wide, and ®v® H rr rartety of widths and oolor, foi «ale by _ m •opti BROUGHTON A BRO. " Buckwheat Ï Buckwheat Î ! J UST from New York, by ship Sam'l Adams: 30 boxes fresh Buckwheat. J. S. MASON. de*8 Palet» and Oil. A LARGE nock con.U.tlj oo h.°d. of WM® A. Lead, snow white Zinc, super Zinc, Vene tian Red. Yellow Ochre Chrome Green and Yei low. Paris Green, Raw and Burnt Senna, raw and burnt Umber and Zinc Dryers. The above can ail be had ground in oil, in quantities to suit i ■mmi NEW FALL GOODS Steamer Cshawba, Per » mun». A. HUTCHINSON A CO., MERCHANTS, t* ORAND GULF, MISS. June 13 *57 1 NEW 60008-11 NEW GOODS 1 1 Fancy Groceries of Every Description. Jn«l received by ships »lias Holmes, James A. •tonaler and Helle of tike Oeean, from Ire %ork Direct, a Splendid Assortment •f all Kinds Of Groceries. JAMES H. MASON Candles. 20 qr, 15 bf, 25 boxes Star Candles : 10 boxes New Bedford Sperm Candies. Oils. Winter strained Sperm, Lard and Linseed Oil Turpentine^ 1 cask best Turpentine. Soap. 50 boxes Fay's best family Saap. Sardines. 100 half 100 quarter boxes fresh Sardines. Teas. , f , 9 /.a«.. • pi««. i nn i. Straw tx-rries, Blackberries, ' Green (fa^/ltasp | berries, Cherries, and Pears— preserved. Gunpwder,-'Imperial and Black Teas of the very best quality I j Pepper. I bag best Black and 1 box Cayenne Pepper. .Copperas. 1 Bbl Copperas. .Tobacco.' Every variety of best Chewing Tobacco ; also medium quality, and for plantation use. Vinegar. 3 Bbla white wlue Vinegar. Porter and Ale.* London Porter, Ale and Brown Stout, in qnart and pint bottles. * Sweet Meat». .Sauces. Grey's Salad Juice, Ancbovv's, Harvey's, Read I ing's, John Bull's and Miller's Epicurean Sauce Catsups. Tomstoand Walnut Catsups— fresh. Jellies. "Currant Jelly, large and small jars. Lobsters. "One and two pound cans Lobsters. Salmon. One and two pound cans Salmon. Pie Fruit. Gooseberries, Grapes, Cherries, Raspberries, Whortleberries, Pie Plant, Red Currants and Damsos put up in their own juice for pies-and things. Crackers. Butter, Soda, Sugar, Congress, Oyster, Lemon and Cracknell Crackers. Mackerel. Fresh eaagbt—Baerels, half barrels, quarter* and Kits—No. 1 Mackerel. Sugar*. Ten bbls Crushed, Powdered and Loaf Sugar. Naiad Oil. Best article quarts and pints Salad OH. Brandy. Cognac and Champagne Brandy—very best brand« Wises. Old Madeira, Brown Sherry, Dry Port, Claret and Champagne Wines—superior brands. Blacking. Two gross "Mason's" Challenge Blacking. Spices. Nutmegs, Mustard, Cloves, Mace, Race Gin ger and Pimento Spice. Coaco. 1 box Baker's half pounds, 1 box Kitchen's hf pounds superior Coaco. Chocolate. Allen's superior Chocolate. Cheese. 1 Bog 2 dox Sapsago Cheese ; 25 bxs English Dairy Cheese ; 4 bxs Pine Apple Cheese. Cod Fish. 10 Boxes Cod Fish. Butter.. 4 Firkins Goshen Butter. Herring. 40 Boxes Scotch Herring. Shot. 100 bags Shot. Buckwheat. 20 boxes Buckwheat just to band. White Luke Fish. 20 Half bbls splendid White Lake Fish. Bagging and Rope, lie. India and Kentucky Bagging, in good supply. 60 coils best Machine Rope; " handspun do.; 60 4« 2 bales Twine ; 5000 yds. Oldham A Scott's Linsey and Jeans ; Willow Ware, Brushes, Brooms 10 dox. painted Pail*, or Buckets; 2 " brass bound Cedar do; 2 M iron do do do; do do do Piggin*; 10 •* Brooms; 1 ** each, horse, shoe and scrub Brushes; 2 " white-wash brushes; 1 " half bushel measures; I M field Backets for plantations—a very convenient article ; '1 coil G inch Manilla Rope ; 1 .. 2 " * 4 •* 1 " 2* 1 dozen Well Buckets. 46 1 for Well*; ** li U Hardware, Ac. 3 dos long handled Sp^cs; 2 •* " " Shovels ; 4 •* short spades and shovels; <4 Ox Chains; assorted Pocket Knives; -- Knives and Forks; assorted Butcher Knives; mill and handsaw Alee, screws, butts, pad-locks, percussion P H I, gimlets,shingling and claw hatchets, Hunt s rice's board hatchets, assorted chisels, augurs, spirit levels, ploutation slates, lanterns, curry combs, hand saws, coffee mills, fire dogs, cotton balances, from 400 to 800. Hoe». 1 io 44 40 3 ft I 20 dosen steel Hoes. Irou and Steel. Of every description. Casting». A large assortaient of Pots, Ove is, Skill« t» Dog Irons, assorted ; And-irons, • do «one Ware. A rood ..«.rtm.nt of Sion. W.r., of |er. ery Kind, nov8-dAw - J. S. MASON. POTATOES t POTATOES'! SACKS IrUh Potato«*, just to hand. nov 5 • J. B. MASON. flour? flourI m.oijh i BARRELS St. Lo«U flour, J»«t to h*n4. , OT 6 __ J. 8 . MASON A LADY" who comes highly recommended, is desirous of obtaining » place as Govern ess in a family in the country—would prefer to instruct children. She is competent to teach French, Drawing, Music and Dancing, with Eng lish studies. Apply to the Rev. OZANNF., noviOdtf Jackson Homs School, M»* c - 50 * 1 vxiiif lists® NEW FIRM. T HEundenigned would respectfully inform t> e citizens ol Claiborne county, that they sr« still preps red folly to sut wer all rails upon I itsm as Undertakers. Hering had conauleiablc expe rience iiisuperihtending the burial of the d#»d, they fee' confident of being sble to render entire ■atisfa« tion. They would respoctlully solicit a share of pul lie patroaage Sole proprietors for Claiborne county of ^^■PI.*K8 NBW ST VLB PATENT MBTAlIO OLi LÄI IT» û OQ U C£# «A6ZJ -A* S3* Burial Cases«!ways on haud. Wooden Cofl us made to ordfr. Burial Clothes «upnlied at the shortest notice. Alt calls, night «r day,will te* promptly attended to. Walnut or Mahogany Book Cases, Wardrobe* and Dining Tables made to order. Furoiture re* paired and Varnished st the shortest itotsce. Al so, all jobs in the Cabinet line m*de to order. House building and repairing contracted for. FOOTE AHAKROT. Port Gibson, Oct. 13, 1858. * STEAMER BLACK WARRIOR. A N additional lot of Genfs fine Clothing, « 1 II the latest strie, has just bee« received p steamer Black Warrior, from New York. —ALSO A lot of small figured Calicoes, i u tl i « Hoop Skirts, and various other Fal f • > t < been received by octlS FRANKENBUSH k ENGf. E> AllhADl AHEAD! At til« Old Stand. Oppotlt« Hm Cnsrl-Hos« PORT GIBSON, MISS. T HE undersigned begs leave lo inform tb public that he has received, per reeent arri vais direct from New York, per steamer Cabaw ba a full and assorted stock of— Fall and Wintor TGoods. He invites the attention of the public, and plant particularly, to bis very large and diversified stock of merchandise. The method I pursue ot keeping up my assortment, and auperior advanta ges for the purchase of Goods, enable me to of fer eo buyers inducements unsurpassed by any other store io this community. 1 ask one and all to examine my extensive assortment of vari ous Goods before purchasing elsewhere, sept I-d ■ L. KEIFER. i^pring Steel Extension S K I H T 8 , Just received and for sale by juo5 FRANKENBU8H A ENGLE8ING. THOMAS RYAN, ROOT ANI) SHOE MAKER, T hankful for past spectfully inform t county, and the public generally, continues the above business, and Keeps constant ly on hand choice material of evdry description and is prepared to manufacture, at every description of gentlemen's Roots and Shoes, of the latest style, best quality and neatest work ; manship. Those who have not favored him with their custom heretofore, would do well to give him a trial, as all hi* former customers are well pleased with the quality and price of the work he maa ti facture*. Since returning to his old stand, Main street he will be happy to receive customers and fill »II orders with punctuality and dispatch. His work will speak fox itself—a ranted. Having a full set of good journeymen, he is ' prepared to execute all orders punctually, sept 28 d&wly favors, would most r«T the citizens of Claiborne that he still short noticet 11 of which will be war- - NEW JEWELRYJ I HAVE just received a splendid stock of NEW JEWELRY, of every kind, which I am offering on reasonable terms. All repairing done neatly and promptly. Old gMd and Silver taken in payment for Jewelry. *> Call on me, next door to the store of 8. Bernhei merABro. (scp28dAw) GEO. WILD. Carriage and Wagon Repository, PORT GIBSON, MISS. C ARRIAGES, Baggies and Wagoqa always 0 » hand, for sale ou accommodating terms. A Buggies just received. T - garrison H oops, Whalebone and Cane—Ju*t received and for sale by FRANKINBUSH A ENGLESING. few new and fine mchiS '1 r jun5 2 Limerick's Great Soul hern Liniment. GROSS Limerick's Great Southerir Liniment just received and for sale by oct28 J AMES H. KING A CO. H URLEY'S Sarsaparilla, Bull'* do William»' do far sale by J. II. KING A CO. oct28 Jnst Received, Bbl* Fagan's XXX choice extra St. Loats Flour, 10 BuporSne »«Mfffteg. ■ * M SM IS do 2 Bsle* India 30 Coil, hand 1 Bale Twine, hi do 7-8 and 4-4 Heavy Low®Is, Cl do Kentucky Jean* and Linsey*,f 6Ô0 Best double back oak tanned Hu-.n; 20 Bbl« Me«« Pork. 4 do Sugar Mourn Mola-«e«.1 20 do. Kentucky Rectified Whiaky, 20 Half do. do do. 40 Back« fine and coaree Salt, Casks clear Sides, Tierce. Amea'Sugar Cured I tarns, Bbl No 1 Mackerel. Bose« No. 1 Boston Winchester F«ap 10 do Star Candle«, t Hhds. Cheiee Sugar, l Bbl Crushed Sugar It Tiere« Carolina New Rie®, 10 Bag« nio Coffee, 1 Bbl Vinegar, 14 Boxe« choice brand* CbewiBg T Iwcro, Air sate oetd d* wly Self-rocking Cradlfs and Ref lining Easy Chairs, EAT and uscfol, j»i*t received at th« Furni ture Rooms. [sugl4] T. GARRISON. machiu® ( R® t M. KAUFMAN. N 8. C. Hams« D. B««*f, B. Tongue». UST received—Sugar cured Hairw. new; Beef Tangoes, new; At WALKER'S. J Beef, new ; decll L. KEIFER i DEALER r\ Groceries«, Produce, Dry Good», CLOTHING AND HARDWARE, H AS re-opened at the Old Stand, and bos on 1 hand a large nnd Well Selected Rtock of Goods, of all kinds In his line. A lot of Lowrl* «nd I) » raestics, thrown out of fold, but not oUierwi» • damaged, will be sold at cost prices. Call at th • old stand at the corner of Main street and the public square. Port fîibwn. June 27. 1AS7. J ust Received—A flue lot of new iteo«*, Hams. Also Fagsu's extra Fl**ur. th rt /-aVt [ jan30] I*. BETHEA be beat w