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pyt jw «r% outntrn « ♦ ♦ r '»tj'. m /, «m B 4* ê * ' % PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI, FEBRUARY 10, 1859. YOL. 1. NO. 12 * = Cbt Jailn .Sontljern TltlmlU JANEH I. MANON, ■»ires as» raeraisTos. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (•Ü VD ATS BXOIPTBP.) At Eight Dollar» per Annum, in Advance. THE WEEKLY REVEILLE U FDBLIBtf CD EVERY f RIDAT, k\ $3 00 in Adv.tnce. or 4 00 at the End of the Year. Alr*rt:»«i«knt* will S* in««rtM *tO»«I>«MAr p»r«o«i*r* lot olght IIm< or Iom) for tk Ir.t Iarortlon, *nd Fiflr Corn» for ooeh eonttaoooc* . » wort liWrtl dixouot «Ul k« o»ad« to thooo who id wrlw if ths roar Butth* RrlviUr# of ysarly adrortl 0 on *111 kootrletly llmltod to tkolr oen lia mediate *nd fagular koolaoo«; and In but!no« of aa adrorti.ing W* 1 • aot coaoidorvd a* laeladlog tkat of It« individual raem BOOK AND JOB WORK, Of erary «tyl« m l rarlaty, aautly «**cata 4 at ahort ••tie«, on raaMaakl« term« W. B FcLKsasoX. Port Mlbaoa, Mim i J J Psaaoi I It. Class. ) Sow Orlaan«. .i. j. a co., j I i COT TOB, SUGAR AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 4» Caroadelet f)l>, SEW OR LE ASS, LA. Sagt!« a* wig 8. U. MAR YE, ' ATTORNEY AT LA W, June 6. '57. PRENTISS, Bolivar Co.. Miss. .. It KNELL, attorney at law,; pour GIBSOS, MISS.. Office over Mosers' Store. Jan. 3, 1857. I • LL1 _ ITfOHXßY AT I 1 W, I»-1 y THOMAS KEEP, ANN SOLICITOR IN CllA NC ER Y, SopL 20, '3 ». Fayetta, Jefferson Co., Miss.. U. DUNCAN ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'axv SOLICITOR IN CHANCEY, Fayette, Jeftaraon C#.. M ss. SAMUEL H. AI 3 Y, COTTON FACTOR AND Commission Merohant. N«» 5*7 Ua ronde U h «ireel, Nkw Osi.xasb.I-* L. R. DRAKX, C. C. DAVKNTOItT ■ 3-1 r Stapt. 1,1858. . W. PlVKNMItr. BAVENPORT &, DRAKE, Commis'n Merchants No. 7 Pin«* afreet, July 95, 1857 3*n J. S. CUKXOWBTH. ST. LOUIS. WM. BALL. . J. T. CHRNOWKTH J. S. CHENOWETH A CO & t^puiission anb ^unoarbinj ' f MERCHANTS, *1 * No- 25, East Front Street, CINCINNATI. I Particular attention paid to Filling Order* fevisioat anl Manufactured Articles, and £»dlng Goods, et» 7. 1857. ! t 24-ly - ? R. C. McCAY, I ROCKY SPRINGS, MISS., ■iBkLER in all kind* of Staple and Fancy Di y Good*. Hardware, Boots. Shoe*. Hats, Lap*. Kktrr Grocery and Drug*? all of which will i* sold on accommodating terms—in a word, eve rything usually kept In a country store. July 11, 1857. «-if Ï. U. LEONARD, Dealer in UJ ULA \£T VÄ> » ffrdlclnes and Chemicals, PJ1XTS AND OILS. LtnTINDOW GLASS, SASH AND PUTTY LaNDRETH'a Garden 8eeds, y)YE 8TUFF8 & GLASS WARE ï mummt, fix* soam, ard srushks, f jfiedical, Law, Sohool, K Misoelaneous booh: ». STEEL FENS, QUILLS, AND tfTATIONERT. \jLETTER and CAP PAPER Blank Books, flnperior Inks. \ Pape'' Hangings, etc., etc. *. ... rjy Physicians' Preacription* will receive par fticular attention at all hour« of the day and night February 15,1855. Pure Drugs and Mediolnes. HAVE on hand, and will be aetly receiving during the Fall^M^ id Winter months, from New' York VBif id Philadelphia, large «uppiie» of the treat Drug» »nd Medicine«, from the Mt houses If MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. iMBKlCAN* and German Guitars, Accordéon ! Violins and Bows at various Prices. Also a ke assortment of New Music Instructions for Uin, Guitar and Finte. A. R. LEONARD. ■* 44-ly », 1854. ICLL, ta nocat V't ■ UL'ROOCK. HKU. * CO ! Xew York. Lh & MURDOCK, Mir forwarding MERCHANTS j SB. 538, MAIS STRICKT, \ LouisTillfi, Kj. - ; TlHckerelI Tlackerelüi * I Tl/f ACKF.REL in kit», Extra No. t and Larg« = JyL do. At WALKER'8" Notice to Planters. HE undersigned, having experienced work men. are now prepared to do all kinds of Gin aud Mill wright work, at the shortest notice. my21-tf FOOTE A BARROT. OOTTIIART OIOHINOEU, BOOT &, SHOE MAKER main street, kocth or TOE court house J un5-lv IT PORT GIRSON. MISS. Ju4 Received iuid Fresh, O FIRKINS Prime yellow Goshen Butter, for 3 sale by oct2J M. KAUFMAN. Apple**! Apple*!! J UST received a choice lot of App oct22 L les. KIEFER. « * Chee*e Î Clieese j • • UST received a superior article of Western L. KIEFER. J oct2S BÊÊÊÊÊ CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! i j JUST reoeived.and now opening,— I A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Geot^ and Boys Fall and Winter CLOTHING, AT VERY REPUCED PRICES, i Which I will take pleasure in showing my friend* WITHOUT CHARGE ! L. KEIFER. s*>pll d J. G. GRAY, Attorney and CouiiM lIor at Law, PORT a IB SON, MISS. .. • c0 - -, "tÄJr agio ri.rtD. MAil 10 FLUID. M — At. WALKERS. FALL TRADE 13 NOW OPEN I 1 HERN 11 EIMER'S ARE R8ADY! Heavy Arrival» KROU EUROPE AND NEW YORK. A complete a«KortnicMit of FANCY AND STAPLE DU Y GOODS!! ■ C«impri»mg evorr arfiole to ba thought of. EVERY OSE IS ISVITED By S. BKRNIIEIMER k BRO. octlo. PECANS AND ALMONDS, Constantly on hand and for sale by H. CARPENTER A CO. J. L. KENNARD, PORT QIBSOS, MISS^ sept 1 dAw »SALB» IX FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, MEN'S. TOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S I INT Gr , O Xj O T HARDWARE, China, Glass and Wood-Ware, ! BOOTS , SHOES, HATS, CAPS, fc.Pfc.. c«u..^ Sw c.na.«, 8 rareH,np,ee,Pie k ,e I CARRIAGE 1 t 3> ta A Si D m ft A W HI w M ft R T n Ä n a. j 31 « V üJ W t4 *F 4» (A w j W E have just received a new lot of Buggies of a superior style aud quality, made by G R. March k Bro.and J.W. Gosling. Wehve made arrangements with them toturnish us all we need, and we can sell with a warranty, and on as good term» as can be had any where. VVe hope friends and customers will call soon and ex amine our stock ol Carriages and Boggles. We feel confident we can give satisfaction to a who purchase. We will soon have a lot of Wa« Carta and Wheelbarrow«, ail iron axels YANKEE NOTIONS. PORT GIBSON . apt I our from the manufactory of G. R. Marth 1c Bro.— Their wagon» are well known in the South. CALHOUN PLOWS will be constantly Kept on hand. A few more leftyet. Those who have used them say they are the nest plow that comes to this market. Large Timber Wheels, Screw«, etc. made to order on short notice a* our customer» may with. GRIFFITH k GARRISONS Port Gibson, May 17 1855. eeda.—Just received, a large stock of Lan dre th's Garden Seeds, warranted the growth A. R. LEONARD. S [jan9] of 1867. BBLS. Lime (Thomaston.) 20 bbls. Cement, just received. _ J.S MASON. P OTATOS- " The best iu the world." Buck wheat-By the small. Flour and Lard—Just to hand. Oats -500 bushels. Call on jan30 100 nov28 : J. S. MASON. Plows ! Plows ! ! WOODS Plows, to hand and to arrive. nov28 100 J. 8. MASON. ust Received—2000 lbs Zinc white Paint 15 dozen Paint brushes, assorted. superior white-wash Brushes, Coze's Gellatin, Lu bin's Extracts, assorted, J ! j 5 ; t> ü 4 44 Frangipani. 4 " Pomade, 4 Kreuch 44 4 Marsh«'a TraaacM, 1 «4 frnmmnm *• 6 44 ■» > k 1€ZZ îv" ^SiöSiäH OF INTEREST TO ALL. T HE undersigned begs leave to inform tha dt isens of Claiborne and adjoining counties that he has purchased the Right of CRANE* PATKNT METALIC BURIAL CASK hi.-.. new and beautiful article, unlike anything «Her offend to the public before. The casket has none of the repulsive appearance which all other Buri al Cases or Coffins have. A supply of all sixes constantly on hand. The public are invited to call and examine them. All orders for the Casket or wooden Cofflins, will be filled with despatch. Burial clothes of all kinds furnished when ordered. A. ROLLINS. July 9, 1R56. 48-ly PREMIUM STOVE STORE AND UraWÄ&S HBÄHSFÄCT9EY. No. 9 Stamps' Row, Port Gibson, Miss. Having received a new and full assort ment of Cooking. Parlor. Office and Hail STOVES, from the Manufactory, we will be able to sell them lower than any here j tofore brought to this market Oar patterns consist of Meteor Air-tight, Domestic, Clipper, Superior Buck Patent Buckeye State. and Coral : All being Stoves of the latest and most approved Casting Skillets odd Li<ls"tra Sum-ware Fire Plates . Jf lSSi til ÎÎÜ ! SiL Tongs, Brass do.. Candlesticks, Suufiers, Iron Tea kettles, French Stewpans. Grates: Britannia, Plan ished and Japauncd Wares of . kinds; together with a large assortment of Hardware Hardware, Such as Mill Files. Rasps. Saw Files^ Shovels, Hoes, Hakes, bteak-beaters, Braces and Bitts, ÄssrtÄÄ «ää«5?"s;*äS ,, sz. Sät. Hatchets, Hand Drills and Rat Traps. Also, aj Pnmna kinds. Consisting of Force, Lilting and Chain Pumps. 1 Also, a large and well assorted stock of of the best material. Guttering and Spouts put! up to order. We feel confident we will be able to give gene-. ral satisfaction to all who may favor us with a calk au wiis due when presented. w. a. greenaco. -j Lightning Rods, with Mayr's Improved Spiral Point and Porcelain Iusulator. Together with a large assortment of Tinware Port Gibson, August 15, 1857. WORTH ATTENTION! S. BERNHE1MER & BRO., HAVK JUST RKCKIVKn, PER ir/p MARCIA G REEXLEAF. rBOM LIVERPOOL, PAIR white commou Blanket*; 200 pair h«*avy Blank*>ts; grey Negro Blankets; plain 225 Tartan or Blanket Shawls; 100 Saxony Shawls; 25 Meu'e Wrappers ; 1 case real Irish Linen, assort«^; L. C. Handkerchiefs; ;300 IM ■ IM 4» *4 1 44 44 AMO, FROM GERMANY, 150 doz. cotton Sock* and Stockings The above goods, coming directly from the very place at which they are manufactured, can and will be sold at unheard-of low prices. October 17, 1857. _ BLACK ITALIAN SILKS FROM THE VERY FACTORY! [PER STEAMER ASIA.] I tm AA YARDS, assorted widths and qualitif 1 LOO yards of BLACK SATIN, a superior arti cl* uju le for Vests, Mantillas and Dresses. ffiauflDy customers arc kindly requested to pay j ytJIymfAr attention to the above advertisement S. BERNHEIM ER & BRO. Port Gibson, October 10, 1857. Heavy Importation of Genuine Embroidered and Damask Curtain Muslin, BRASS BANDS AND PINS, I N great varietv, and at extremely low prices jan9 Ât BERNHEIMER k BRO.'5. Fresh Arrival. UST RECEIVED— 40 bbls Extra St. Louis Flour; 25 boxes Weetern Cheese; 25 bbls Irish Potatoes; 10 bbls superior Apples; 40 whole, half snd qr boxes Star Candies, 1 bbl Western Cranberries. Call on .1 J. 8. MASON. Oct 10 Just Received, pLOUR, BAGGING, ROPE, LINSEYS, AND JEANS. : 20 bbls. Fagan'sXXX choice ex. 8t. Louis Floor; 10 u do do do Ü. K. do.; do fancy superfine do.; do.; 15 44 10 hf bbls. do 4 bales India Bagging, 40 coils hand made and machtoe rope; 1 bale Twine; 2 bale* 7-8 and 4-4 Lowells; 2 bales Kentucky Jeans and Linseys. for sale by sepll d L. KEIFER. da do B A L D N ESS! THE GENUINE EMERSON'^ Hair Reiitoratlvo, •OLD IT k A. R LEONARD. IMPROVED EAGLE COTTON GINS. TUE Eagle Cot-, ton Gin Manufac turin? Comn&nv •re now prepared to .fill all order« lor their Iroprov =a> pj Qi n stands — * R^All stands now j [>made hare the Patkxt Improtkd Cti INDER Rkcmh ' Patknt Detatched Grates, and pItknt Slidi.vo' Butth and Moteur all of which are kxci.usivki.y ; red BY rs. These Gins obtained A PRIZE OF $1250 AND A GOLD MEDAL Iron the Govern ment of India for Ginning fine Cotton, as also Medals from the World's Fair at London and New York, and combine all the late improve ment» k Machinery, and are warranted superior. in every resist. In order to meet the greit de «and for these Gins, the Company have estab- 1 lished a warehouse and workshop at the corner of Canal and Phillippa streets, and with the stock on hand at the established depot, No. 57 St. Charles Street, feel confident of meeting all or dem promptly. All orders should be addressed to wm. L. Cushing, Agent. e- oi n,«i« .t ' dt I I i to of t 4, J HHIIE firm of Griffith A Garrison is this day dis- 1 wutu»I consent. T. Garrison will [ »ttend to settling up all the business of the firm, AU H* 0 * owing us ou note or book accounts, are requested b> P*J «P *• **>n as possible. T.Gar rison will continue the furniture buxines* at the ? ,d •^° d * , Wh " re ht * be pleased to see our ««nds and enstomers who may want anything; *" J ,, «"" k «g"jJ'l , f FrrlI I rj i RRI8('\' _ * * | A Card 1 „ . ... . . ! • k M arin, J "F i»ter**st |n the I urniture 'business to T. Garrison. I cordiall bespeak f«ir him a lib-ral ond continued putronage from all my friends and former customers. ä^äs-.iaäääÄ^^i 1 1 saddle » harness, bridle and aj TRUNK : MABOPACTQKY. j Ne. Oj . 30. If-56. 10-tf Mr. J.J. Person is the duly ai.thorir.ed Agent of the Eagle Cotton Gin in Port Giluion. where! «- . _ ...__ . « with him will recein* prompt attention. " r v _I • DISSOLUTION. No. 9, ST AM 1*8' HOW, PORT GIBSON, MISS. T HE undersigned will keep con staully on hand and manufac-j tun* to order, all article* in his in lb, n«l~. .Ä,°!t,te! is large aud well assorted. He offers the same at ! | ow prices and accommodating terras to all pur | chasers. n «l Httrilf*. . « • lUldlfiS, \\ llip*, 111 i dies, Tranks, y allces, Carpet Ba^, j H araess Trimming, &c. &c. i form a part of his Stock on band, and of the I ; style, workmanship, finish and price to suitcunto-1 ! m<*r*. Work of any kind will be made up to 1 i order. He will also keep on hand a sup- j ply of GIN BAND LEATHER, and will manufacture Gin Bands to order, j ! Every article manufactured at his establish ment will be warrant«*«!. All xinds of repairing neatly and durably exe cuted. Prices will be as low as can be afforded, and i ales will be made on accommodating tarins. L. P. WILLIAMS. n rjISa 553 dA Feb. 7, 1857. T>li»e Lick Water—By the* Barrd and X> Gallou, for sale by mch27 W. B. FULKERSON. 24-tf Lard. KEGS and cans superior Lard, just re ceived and for sale for cash. 25 I. S. MASON. April 25 LABORERS, AND MASTERS! 35 Attention, Plantera! rnilE undersigned has becn/ppointad sole agent I for Claiborne County, of the l^onisiana Steam Clothing Factory, for the sale of the articles of clothing manufac tured by the Company. Samples of every arti cle of clothing made at toe factory may be seen st my store. Schedules showing how to measure, will be fur nished to planters and those who desire to sup ply themselves with Clothing from this factory. Orders left with me will be forwarded once a week, and parties ordering may rely upon i>>seiv ing the articles within a week from the time of forwarding the orders. The prices of this clothing are low', and all per sons wanting such articles would do well to call and examine the samples and learn the prices. may22 W. B. FULKER.SON. LANKETSat $2 50; BLANKETS, at $3 00 ; BLANKETS, at $4 00: BLANKETS, from $10 to $15; [nov28] FORBES'. B For sale at N EW Buckwheat— nov28 At WALK 'S. Cheap Carpeting. O F the richest texture, just received by the un Bdersigned. and for sale at uncommonlv low prices. S. BERNHEIMER k BRO. October 24. 1857. MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF CIGARS l 13,200 ! ALL HAVANA! At WALKERS'. nov22 H. CARPENTER & CO., Newspaper aa.I Periodical Agents, Vo. 4, Stamp*' Row, PORT GIBSON, MISS. A NY Newspaper or Magazine that yon may wish to subscribe for, or pay for, yon can do so by calling on. sepll dAw H. CARPENTER A CO LAGER BEER, ALE and PORTER, at At-THE SHADES.« dec29dAw 3ç t t A ft SAWMILL, FOR SALE. ... - - , , .... '1'»^ undersigned oners for sale a splendid! J- STEAM SAWMILL, aituated on the New ^'■l** 0 * and Jackson Railroad, three-auarters of R mi * e ^ ro,n ***• •o<**ted depot, Uahala, and ten * miles South of Gallatin. The rapid settlement j of the surrounding country,the anticipated town, a °d the undoubted completion of the roac to this P°' nt ty the 1st of October next, with the already ' increasing demand, insures ready sale for lumber, re being no mill nearer than twelve mil«.-, To the mill is attached 320 acres of finely tim ^ er * d ,and ? w,th a * uffi<, mncy opened for the pro durt ! on ot e *f:> au P*? 1 ? ft* *mployees and teams of the mill. A comfortable P w l el i ,n ^ 1 w ' ,th . ll th L e nec . eR , ,ar y out-houses, at tafhed . The mi 1-house is large and substantial conUming th* latest and most unproved ma chioeryi ho.'er 84 feet long, 42 inches in di.me 1 £ r ' dou J!* fl,,ed: c, " u .'« r saw ', 54 inches diameter., KveryXh.ng new and in complete running order.; J^ ,a m .' *• w 'ft *« v *n hands, can cut botween five and ' t f ho "*? n ® f '*'\jf lumber . day. hut ; «verages 4500 feet daily, without ex»« labor «|J strain of machinery. P Atta Vi C ^ d ia ®*, a M S r t r ra r U ^ a au P?" 4 ; 2 ?*7? ch f ""ft ? ur , r 0 G J 11 f* M ,LL ?' c *p*"!* °f «*•*■! , from 15 to 18 bushels per hour, with sufficient : business to supply the place with bread. Also,' 1 [ Y OFFER FOR SALE MY Olive Urnncli I pi ari , «itnafoil three and a half £ ile8 South of Jackson, La , contain ing 450 , creg of ,. nd «f which I8n I acre, cla.rad. Th. w^ll.nd _ heavy set with a 'uxuriai t growth of Bay. Gum | Poplar. Ash, Holly. Oak and Pawpaw. Theim provements consist ol a handsome dwelling, good ! stables, barn, kitchen, carriage house and other building» nec. ssary for comfort and convenience. .it ,,»w *nd in .„j r «mr Thor« « „-ii excellent water on the place. Apply early Lnd « » r #at haraain * 11 y } 1 : gE5iîéÂîEi*Â5Âr2î j premises. CE7" Corn. Hay and Fodder on the place. Nov. 15,1856. w at i l /• «r i a Wa ' oa and Team ' tar ' Tools, etc., ««essary to carry on the business-with an abundance of water all seasons. Terms eaay. For further porticulara, apply on j the premises, or to the undei signed. W. J. BRUNER, ; or MAYES A MILLSAPS, Agents, April 11, *57. Gallatin, Mils. 33-tf PLANTATION FOR SALE. m TURNIP SEED.vAND MUSTARD, L_._ . r«B8B ASp SUPERIOR ! W®, ,mv * rcce,T< ' d 200 lbfl ' Landret h s T .,' „"T 1 A,J, ° l,, ° Ib8 ' hexing ton world - August 15 i J ()ct 3 I — 1 j - j 12-tf Mustard, the best in the A. R. LEONARD A CO. 51 fit. Louts. UST received. Potatoes, Onions and Cheese, at WALKER'S. " In the World I** T HE largest and finest assortment of Fishing Tackle, at WALKER'S. JAMES JONES, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER ! july31-tf Port Gibson, Miss. j. r. eiaAULT, FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 21, Carondflet Street, New Orleans, La. July 18, 1856. 46-ly R f 8SRTTS,— ÎOOOpair* o*k tanned Kii.net Krnnni -mail large and BROUGHTON 4 BRO O nion Seta,—Just received and for sale by jan23 W. B. FULKERSON. Fashionable Hoot'and Shoe Shop. THE undersigned would respect fully inform the citizens of Port Gibson anil vicinity, that be has located himself at the store re cently occupied by Mr. Geo. Buckingham, where be expects to carry on his business of making Boots and Shoes. Having been long at the business, he flatters himself that he can turn out such work as will eminently satisfy bis customers, and he pledges himself that promptness shall be one of the chief elements of bis business. Persons wishing Boots and Shoes made or mended, may rely on getting their work at the apointad time. Call on me. r* J. G. SCHIERLE. 50 ly August 8, 1847. TO THE PUBLIG. A S I am anxious to dispose of ny entirw stock of Good*. I now offer great inducements to persons wishing to purchase. From and after the 1st of December, I will sell at prime cost, and many articles at greatly reduced prices for Cash. And I would add. that those wishing to continue their accounts with me. can buy as usual by add ing 25 percent. None but prompt customers need apply. R. J. B. SWEARINGEN. Grand Gulf, Dec. 5, 1857-tf JUNIUS I. JOHNSON. JOHN SMKYOCK J. S. JOHXSOX & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, •* , C «*• 82 «NPtaW St. roruer of NEW ORLEANS. AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS ! Jan. 31, 185 7. A SPLENDID assortment of Trusses, selected j from the bast manufacturers, for sale by J. n. KING k CO 23-1 y oc&28 APPLES! APPI.E8I APPLES.I BARRELS,joat to hand. * 8 """J w rpHE old and renowned COTTAGE HOTEL. I at Grand Gulf, has changed hands. John IlrxTRR, of Kentuckv, has purchased it, fixed It up '*a* good a* new," and will be glad to see^l*f old frieuds. and all others who may wish to look tlaWill ONE HUNDRED LIKELY .NBOROBS&"' THE COTTAGE HOTEL CHANGED HANDS. which he offers on the best sort of term«._Call at th« Cottage Hotel on JOHN HUNTER. Grand Gulf, Nov 2-dAw-tf T ! I^ÏXEMTSTÏT ï .... , , j j ; ^ , Cash Capital, - : _ WITH A LARGE SURPLUS, . v ■' ' I ' Jjif A\\. AO E W '\>'W if, // fa. % v b'K.rr'HC Jw 1 , -v v * - ' £ M I s r % —or — HARTFORD. COBB. - S2«M),IK)0 j INSURES Stores, Merchandise. Mills Factorirt aud Personal Property generally, at rates eon ; sistent with the hasard assumed, S. L. LOOMIS, President H. Kellou, Secretary. DWELLING HOUSES And their contents, insured for a term of year on tbs most favorable terms. Particular atten tion Is given to this branch of Insuranrr, by this Company, Losses Equitably Adjusted and Promptly Paid. W. B. FULKERSON, Agent. Port Gibson. Miss. TAT This Company has complied with the State Oct. 10, 1857. law. fi-tim 3 •j o : y a vSH y.\. r« V, t\ pP c/*o r ^ V VJ <fOBD. CONN. e BY STATE AUTHORITY. CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSURANCE IN*THK /ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY 1 OF HARTFORD. CONN. Incorporated 1819 —Charter Perpetual. FIRE and INLAND NAVIGATION INSURANCE. Calls the attention of its friends, patrons, and tbs public generally, to the following facts: or ITS HAVING A Cash Capital of #600,000! With Assets amounting to $1,807,808 4SI Has transacted business successfully tbirty-eigh years, and continues to progress in Health , Wealth aud Vitality. Paid an Aggregate Loss of over $ 10,000 , 000 . Is organized on a National basis, with local ag«*n cl«*8 In all the principal places under a me*' canlile system ; founded on a cash stau «lard, with an enviable reputation alike the same on the banks of the Hudson or the Missis sippi, the Gulf of Mexi co, or tbc Northern Lakes; pre senting a powerful organi zation as a conservator of public good and bond of integrity: equal to all emergencies it undertakes, worthy the STABILITY AND DIGNITY of an Eminent American Corporation ; ON MERIT ALONE Founding its claims to Patronage and Favor, Affording superior facilities and security in mat ters of Insurance—Commercial. Mechani cal or rural, while ra-king tar * Importance and public * THE FIRST Of Fire Insurance Companies of America. INSURES 'AT Rules and Rate* a* liberal as the risks assumed permit for solvency and fair profit. Especial attention given to the Insurance of DWELLINGS and CONTENTS, for a i»crio4 of from one to five years. Losses equitably Adjusted nnd promptly paid. Policies issued without delay by W. B FULKERSON, Agent at Port Gibson. 'vice June v v JAMES H. CAPERS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND MC ALK K IX Fork. Rope, Baggios, Flour, &c„ tu.. NO. 11, LOCUST ST., SAINT LOUIS, MO. 07" Orders solicited and promptly filled. Rkkkrkxce*.- H. B. Hunt, esq , Vicksburg; R C McCay and Dr. T. H. Caper*. Rocky Springs Mi**.; Joseph IN gnn, Cavnga. Mi*«.; B. A, Beau Orleans. La. fmv22-ly PROF. C..B. EMERSOJTB. h Airt Msiroiiirm w "' bj Wi • I make it Grow on Bald Hjraii.«. Will restore the Natural SfiMltn. Will remove at mice all Dching Will remove «11 Dandruff Will cure all Eruptions—evert-Scald Head« Wtl» make the n«'r Soft arul Gbwwy Ja Will m^e^the Old aj>p*ar Yonng ag tlaWill pce|grve the (Jotov of Hair to Old Age, wÂÂÎS a. Hair now iu uf*\ * Sold by octSft V.SHRLV«.