. « 'M
ïi&f offered f«r Planter* to
?Pit rollon ( arrlers.
■ with Cotton Seid, at the
V Fartera' agent» are paying)
H dollar* a ton. we furnishing
It the moat convenient landing
R river, and the Planter return
led with aeed at the »ame land
vorder „ .. »I
%j,| of one ..I these ( arnei* the Plan
ad to save all of his Cotton Seed in a
de condition, which will be worth
to him than a Carrier will coat,
urtfaer part cutar» address,
E PRICB k CO , 21 Poydiasst.,
ay », 1457. 37-ly N«w Orleana. U.
11 . UEADKK,
H AVING permanently located In Port Gibson.
will give his prompt attention to House
Painting In all Us various branches FANCI
SIGN PAINTING, fine Imitation* of Wood and
Marble Painting on W'alls, (plain and fancy,)
Paper Hanging. (Hazing,
Decorating in Composition,
and finishing work or all kinda -all of which he
rill execute in the most artistic manner, «ob «c* J
wording to th<* latest and hm« styl« of bis art.
*#* Best of reference* given.
Port Gibson, August 1, 1857.
* E . H. HICKS.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
Fatkite, M l««.
r\ Pitir UntHetla. J"* 1 t
(\ lair l* nw,, *f ]KuXIIK |MKR'S._
May 1. 1857.
Meat t stier«.
The Urcesi Establishment tu
ijtM, 171 and 173 C'aual Street.
ALL NEW GOODS.
T HE Kftfiardgaed baring opened * large and
splendid «•»'»rtiueot of
NEW SOrilEUN FURNITÜHK.
prepared to -a^dy *« trai'eaudfamiieson
., ri»V This being the only new
imk Tn the citv. f «rchoiwr« will And it to their
SU! « 'fp riÄ
l *WMM: e . P n^i*adv »n btad
WtllKeep >nnm Extension Ta
Jlarnltf, . o vralawt Work and Card
"**5, ?,.. TatdtW Walnut and
anv and Rwacwond f itcWord*.
u'U.lnU. U*— »»J JW-gg.
OUw-uiau*. Diva««. Easy çoinin»,
Rockers Etegsrs*. doereMiries a*d Biwkcases,
Oak and Walnut Office Chair«. 1 »iaiag-ro«« Cbairs.
Children*' Chair* **A b-ekers M.hegauy and
W Hai U r t . Mo*s*aad ftjJint
with every article »HuOjr Tonsd ut a 1 an
W Thîs'W a* snOrs *-« RstaMid*«»e«t. and
1 rob! St«ck 0 » band, rurcha^r* wdT
ffreatlr to th«r tthtsd * iV * ,hl * Su>fe * cal '
Cfonboyiag duSrbdM. M thePropnetar is eon
fident thi he can offer them newer stvl.-s of the
most fashions Li ■■ f«r*»t«re. more
bly made, aad at greater trargams than any oth
er boaae in tk '" til ^ HARLES A STEWART.
New Orleai. -. Octbo r SO. _
EMERSONS Hair KESTORATI5 E
Sold ti f
A SMALL Plantation of exceedingly
land, well watered, well timbered
adapted for planting with a small force, situated
in the vicinity of Port Gibson, and
improved. Tenus made easy for a ,ie
purchaser. Inquire cf J. 8 . MORBIo.
Port Gibson. J»n. 4, '59 -dAw tf
4 Sm'th's Bellows, 30 and 32 inch:
1 dox Smitb'« Tongs;
1 2 ''SI«dgc Hammar*;
4 Smith's Vicos;
Just roceivotl at
w. r. aooswtr.
- HOLLOW A Y èc SMITH,
J. D. «tflTH.
No. 73 Carosdalet Street,
CONNELLY k. CHAMPLIN,
bo. 54 CAKOifWKi.KT «TRS.KT . i
NEW ORLEANS. LA. '
. v . » ht pu a MPI IV
/^«ORGB CO ;NELLY aad L W. < HAM MN
IT have form-d a *&***• ********|
— Facto«, und r the ftr ™ " f g epte J[ i
? ^'.^1 **jg r Cham pi iu will remove from Graod J
PalV Jo New Orlea"t* about the l»t day of June, |
Gulf to New GrUau* aoout [,pr24-lv
next __ ._—- : —
Also, a well located Town Lo t^^^
Pictures, Plaits, Fresco, Carriages, Signs,
P. A. HUGE,
. Ps p W !langl"g.
FAINTING IN GENERAL, fer-,
•t>r, Ir aüGSY SFSISOS. SMS.
r*. or. Tjtot-.P-«
-r« DI..I«. ritlw«.«*.
To Planter* «HU tlltzras. j
T P YOU want Medicine, pun and frmk, yo«r or
I . J «,7 * *t_ v, j ,rat ira* »m «y» 1
1 der* fiübd \
D ^lUtM« And btÄli öoarM Of IQ« U*J or
niffht Ife üd I btffü fo C SHREVK,
* Jt I A flriiirtriftt Main it Poft GlbiOn. j
fc-pil-d Druggist. Mal» ron uiw *«- 1
W Mag AXIS ft A ILL—W K*»' ASStrtU* Sail«; T*a j
- Irwa ->p ta n
aocttüTO» * »1
Engraver and Lithographer,
BO. IT, HT CBA.KJ.KH HTHBKT.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
II. ('arpenter K Co., Agent«,
l*ORT GIB80N, MISS.
PAIR ,»r II« 14 p»irV|
ntiiinl p»r brig UnWen U>l, b.v
Kit %SK<iH HwM I A ti* H.KUI I,
»* IIERMIE1MER&, BRO.,
IT A* Jn«t received a complete a.-ortuirnt of
VULCANIZED INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
M Pair Laitlr'a vegetable India l.ubber Shoe*,
60 *• Man's « __
24 *• Glau lonatta
••teat -alf-artlng men's Shoe*,
" ladle's ~
34 •* Man's high Shoe.,
half high Shoes.
12 " Men » Indl- Rubber Costa.
12 " pairs Legging«,
4, 600 worked Jaroarl ColUra 1
£ HLL 8 Whisky. t
2 o do Muk#/« pouiora, i
2 do* Collin* A*»*, 4
ii barrs'iV m«.a Pork, 1
to key frs»h Lard,
e bat«« bagging | 1
X dos . pi uuing Wheel« Ur«. ! 1
-:— —' — -~ h
FRESH 0Y8 I EKS, 5
nov 7 lo-d&w4t 8 . FORBES.
RIGS FEET, &c , Ac,
At "THE NHADE
" J 4
SACKS Irish Potato«, just reerirod
; CHARLES RULE & CO., j j
STEAM MARIfEE WORKS l
M ONUMEJVTS, Tombs and Grave-Stones 2
Mantels, statuary and cabinet-alahs of the ! -,
marbles at prices 1 ~
Carving aud en- 4
choicest native and
which challenge aompetition.
graving executed by the best artists. 4
Iron railing and cemetery enclosures furnisheJ 3
to erder Address,
A. J. LEWIS, Agent for Mississippi.
Washington Hall, Poit Gibson,Miss.
June i t85M-t<lee5*
GEORG E V. MOODY,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery,
.-OUT GIBSOS, KISS.
PRACTICES In the Circuit and Chancery
XT Courts of Clailmriie and Jefferson conuties ;
also, in Bolivar and Washington county Circuit
and Chancery Courts, uud in the Courts a Jack
* *.?*. _
IICSBf A. »CWBfXIL.
SII.SS S. MILLS*.
DIMESNIL K CO.,
IJARrirdAK attention paid to Alliiifrorder* for Pork, i
r n«'ir. H*lin([ »tnK«. and all roods ••«•d on pUnU j
tion«. A con-Unt -applr of B«rr<or and Rope and Jean« l
and Lin-re* for «ale on inanufactarrr"« acroont, at cur
rent market rat««.
Order« Irfi with the nnd*r«iened for either of the shore
hou«#« will rrceirr prompt attention.
Port Uib.on, Nor. 5, :>H-wljr
DINE8N1 lTm'I LVAIXE,
W. T BROUUHTO.X
RECEIVED THIS DAY I
fr**«li supply of
YOUTHS' and BOYS' CLOTHING,
AM. SIZES —BOTH I'AXTS AND COATS,
also a large lut of beautiful sets uf
Cashmeres' De Lanes, and Plaid
F K E N C II FLA K E L.S .
8 . BEliNIlELMER A BRO.
Nor - s
LUMBER FOR SALE,
Steam Circular Sawmill of Jones & Shriek,
Near the Brand>f trine Springs.
J ONES A SHRIEK, at their new Steam Circular ,
Sawmill, will keep constantly ou hand a good
supply of Pine, Oak and Poplar LUMBER. Bills
filled at short notice, on the best terms. Orders
left with J. J. Pkkmon, Port Gibson, will receive
July 4, 1857.
« J*™ 5ft» - « _!
OK A STTKKIOK KIND AND EXCKU.KNT KI.AVOR.
J. S. MORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Port Gibson, Miss.
RACTICES iu the vsrious Courts of Clai
borue. Jefferson and Copiah counties, and in ;
the Superior Courts at Jackaon.
Prompt and faithful attention given to the col
lecting business. Office in the new building op
posite the Court-house.
W Year« a Citizen of Port Gibson.
i XNFORMS hi* old friends and the public geue
' •'By, that having established a new shop on
^**1 lea«l* from the Washington Hotel
lo |h< . Hlli , roa(1 D t> DOW £ to do )U1
kmd* of 1
i Wagon and iliackKimtli Work.
J ,M *J n i tAti ® n work ° r * U kind " done ^*ort notice,
| « d «» <*» «»o-t improved style of workmanship,
He has now on band a lot of Carts. Plow* and
solid Sweeps, built in the best manner. The po
tron&ge of his old customers and the public gen
Glu und MiII-\yri?Iitln~.
T HE sul>scriber respectfully iuforms theeitizeus
of Claiborne county, that he is prepared to
build Ruouing-gear aud Presses, and all
peruiniug to the busine«*. He win promptly
tend to all work entrusted to him. Terms 1
ml. i am also agent for Clark's Mills.
COLUSA FOR SAU,
s»*,wUh*ll VI«. Mnuup.dri cODT.ni.ucr« of both *
j lo*n *nd ««uoUr re-i<l«oee TU» pUc« contain* HO »er#»
gtfhjr— w, * e ^ nt for 9 ur 9 *'*«
1 «Ulttf II Utm*. asd feiftl in modern «tylc.
AH lb# oat fead ap|rtirt#Bauca« eftAantifel to coot#
good CiNterii*. *od the frounds handsomely laid
oot with Uwa in front, end a l&orf Und \ nr to lh# entraoce
j Q* <*** #f tb# i4r##U of the Iowa- Tb« frwtUiM Unit«#
m the f. la aft rwyseta
j uc. of the mo«t eo«fort*bl« ta the »tat*
for taira» spply to VH STOW ER» or
•vtAdi*» «T 9 ©« rrxMPS
A. C. WILLIAMS.
New Furniture at
HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS.
f ANE doz. fine Marble top Ma- e ^ a W IT l>a
U hog&uy. Rosewood aud W&l jgSjjâ HHHF'
J doz. pedestal Bureau*, auperior finish,
" dressing do asaorted styles and finish
murid.' top Wasiistands,
inarld•• top Sideboards,
fine Secretary What-Nots,
side and corner
I " mahogany, walnut and plain Wardrobes,
Book Cases, assorted,
mabog'y, walnut and plain extension tables,
Bin mg and Breakf ast Tables,
square and round office do
work and candle Stand, fine, assorted,
fancy rosewood and mahogany Stands,
enclosed mah'y, walnut and oakWashstands,
Misses' dressing Bureaus,
setts fine Octagon uud Eclipse Bedsteads,
t " " Cottage and Inn Rosewood do
i •• •• Misses' single and double
4 •• m cottage and plain Trundle
1 '* Criba, assorted sizes and styles,
I" Lounges ; 11) setts spring botloms,
| 1 " fine and plain Hat stands,
! 1 •* niHrble top Sofa and Center Tables.
h « gilt and mahogany frame Looking-glasses,
5 setts bedroom furniture, complete,
quartett tables, in rosewood and mahog'y,
j Hair and moss Muttrasses,
Double and single Lounges,
j Oil Flosr Carpeting, 18 feet wide.
J 4 doz Parlor. rosewmKl.ma
hogany and Walnut
cane seat, ass'd styles
Sofa*. Tete-a-tete* and
I 5 *• cane seat, lient rim
woods cane scat, bent riin Chairs,
3 •* Jenny Lind
large arm and cane sewing Rocket*
misses' and child's chairs, assorted,
cane und wood seat table chairs, aas'td,
14 Revolving Chairs.
setts porcelain and bra*« wheel lied castors.
5 u papers Carpet Tacks,
12 " patent spring cloths pins,
wire aud tin rfafu*.
Urge and small Tubs,
4 " f.M>t Tulis aud Keeler*.
5 *• cedar and |minted Buckets,
large and small Stands,
butlcr-buekets and tuilk-piggins,
wood bowls and trays,
steak mallets and rimmed dippi'rs.
j j ;
W indow Sasli
• 1 . , ,
, . • 0x , ■' x ,° w 1 , 1m° W 1 l'Loo^
to hi the 8 ash. Also, large <*l«aa, Iron to
payer,. I no. U n,y «M
friends and customers, with many new oues. to
come and buy liberally, pay promptly, and thus
help the needy. Thankful fbriMt fnvMjsJI hope
: f0r t!g 0W
Willow Hampers, large Clothes Baskets, market
Baskets, willow Wagons and Cabs, willow Cra
dles. a few nice Door Mat*. 8 do*. Shaker and
plain Broom«, 4 doz half and hearth Brooms.
Iron axle 6 . 4 and 2 horse War
i ..i ml« • Iron axle larirc and small
j T. 0 "!! * r0n a0U "* il
l "* " agOllS.
K have a large stock of the Vulcanized
Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes,
from 21 to 12 inches wide. Also, g'ain Cradles,
straw Cutters. Fan Mills, Corn Shcllex*. spinning
Wheels, and an endless variety of equally useful,
if not ornamental articles.
JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
BOOTS /INB HHOB9,
JUST TO HAND.
/' CASKS saperior doable back'ßu>«et«,
U 1 do Kxtrs sise« S to U.
2 do Boy's
2 do Neyro Root«,
2 do Men's ktp Brogans,
Gross Grsy's Ointment,
1-2 do McLean'* Volcanic Oil, just received
oct30 by J. H . KING A CO.
iiue and Cement-—50 barrels Thomas
■ ton, and 50 ban els Elton Lime, 20 liarrehi
! Rosen da le erneut, and 4 barrels Plaster of Paris
ast receiveby [r.ibfi] W. B. FULKERSON.
„ , _
Gin Bands, dec.
P ARTIE« «tailing: to boy Gin Bsnd«. would do well to
call snd price my article« In tbta line before baying
them cheap elsewhere. ..
Augu.t 9«. ISM. W. B. YULKKR80N.
YOUNG Lady of some experience in teach
ing, desires a situation in a private family
as teacher of English branches. Address O. P. Q.
at this office. [my 22 -tf
' inseys and Jeans—For «ale as low as
j can lie purchased in this county, at
julj3I SPOONER FORBES^
list Received -100 Coils extra Rope,
60 bales Western Hay,
100 bags White Bread Corn,
50 bushels Plastering Hair.
1 bale Gunny Bags—and forsale by
apr24 W. B. FULKERSON.
dd it ^
rocb 6 -tf
T HE terms of Boarding at this House Pf'f?
are cash. Those who cannot or do not B»jl
I pay once a month, will please make arrangement!
where else for credit, for I cannot afford U
M O. HOPKINS,
bbls. Mesa Pork;
1 Casks Green sides,
5 bbla. Onions,
W. B. FULKERSON.
BBLS. Extra and superfine Flour;
2 hhds Brown Sugar, just received by
W. B. FULKERSON.
Pure W|ye« and Brandie8.
J UfeT received, expressly for medicinal purposes,
aud for sale by
06128 JAS - ». KIN G A CO.
Porter and Ale.
YA.SS* and Bare 1 st A Perkins', qts aud pts;
Muir A Son's, Jeffrey A Son's, and
East India PaJe Ale, at
I ron.—A large lot of Iron and steel, just U
hand. [feb20] J. B. MASON.
T HE undersigned, thankful for past favoir,
would call the attention of hit friend* and
customers to the fact, that he still continues at
his oldatand. where he is ai way* on hand, and
ready to execute all kinds of
BOTH NEW AND REPAIRING ,
in the best possible manner,to suit his customer*
as to quality and price. He has, in connection
with the above business, his
He baa good Smiths in his employ
and will attend carefully to all orders
in that line of business.
Titans—07-All bills due when presented.
A. J. ANDERSON
Port Gibson Sep. 28, 18.78 d&wly
ULL'S Sarsaparilla; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Hurley's do; Billing's Syrup
tetters Bitters, WUtar's Balaam Wild
Iloofl&nd's German do, Cherry,
Moffatt'e Bitters, Emanuel's Southern An- j
Oxygenated do, tidotc.
Roebeck's bl'd purifier Bosbynhell's Panacea,
Woodman's Cherry Ex- Swaiu's do
pectorant, India Cholagogue
J-;ne*s Expactorant, Bryan's Pulmonic WTa
Brown's Essence Jamai- fers,
ca Ginger, Philotoken,
FahnestockV Vermifuge Seltzer Aperient.
Butler's Nerve A Bone Limerick's do
Radway's Ready Relief,
Radway *■ Resolvent,
Davis' Paiu Killer,
Opoedeldoc, Ac.. Ac., for sale by
oot ?8 • JAS. if.
KING A CO.
J BSit Received 20 barrel« Ma« Park; «
casks extra sugar cured Ham*, new. for sale b
an23 W. B. FULKERSON.
WAKKA vn:l> PUKE!
it FRESH supply of
I HEMSTITCH L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS. ;
Received just now, by the undersigned, direct j
from England, in great variety, aud large qi»au- j
I tity—CHEAP ! CHEAP!
uovlO BERNIIEIMER A BRO. !
J ust Received,
STEAMER BLACK WARRIOR,
An 04lditional Assortment of
nnt/Ct 0 nun nocuc! PI nTUIklO
BOiS'^L CHIuUnENo CLOTHINGi
—yl _At BBRNnEIMBR'*
. „ . ...
11700D b Hair Rjmtorative,
S KINf. * CO.
L. CAMB. HANDKERCHIEFS,;
TO THE PUBLIC.
W E take this opportunity to Inform our j
friends and customer« that we are DAILY >
receiving and have in store the largrst and. most ;
complete assortment of Western Produce and
Family Groceries now extant—all fresh, and ol
BKbT qualities, which we are anxious to sell.
A word to the iraf."
BOXES good common Tobacco, forplan
tatiou use ;
& half boxes superior Pan-cake Tobacco ;
10 coses lieav
ud Boots ;
do, assorted ;
Boys* sewed do
heavy and light Brogans, just rec'd at
U It ROW'S Lexingtoj Mustard, fresh from
the manufacturer, for »ale by
f. 11. KING A COM
Genuine Pnin Extractor
I Will subdue the pain and influmation from th 1 ' se
verest burns or scalds in from one to tweuty min
utes—and that it will heal the wounds without
scar; aud effectually cure Fever Sores—Pile«—
Salt Rheum—Infl&matory Rhumatism—^Sore and
Inflamed Eyes — Cuts — Wounds — Bruises—Old
and Inveterate Sores—Scald Head—Corns and
Bunions—Erysipelas-Sprains—Swelling* — Fel
ons—Chilblains—Bites of Insects—Swelled and
Broken Breast—Sore Nipples—Eruptions—and
all other infl&matory and cutaneous diseases, where
the parts affected can be reached.
Don't be credulous about the many diseases
named to be cured by only one thing—but reflect,
that the few, but positive properties which the
Dailey Salve alone contaius, aud aa heretofore
enumeraUid—one to four—can reach the aforemen
tioned diseases, bat mauy more not enumerated
Query.—Do not rkoiijlb brko fhtihcianu prb
riCKlBK (.U.OMKI. INWARM.Y KOK SI IKK» OK l»l*'FKKKNT
Kff'Each box of Gkntink Dai.i.kt'k Pain Ex
tractor has upon it a Steel Plate Engravml Label
with the signature of C. V. CLICKNER A CO.,
proprietors, and HENRY DALLEY. manufactu
rer. All others are counterfeit. Price 25 eta.
All orders should be addressed to
J. WRIGHT A CO ..Chartres st., New Orleans.
For sale by all Druggists throughout the Uni
ted States. _
Also, for sale in Port Gibson by CHS. SHREVE,
and A. R. LEONARD A CO.
liant! Tor Sale.
OFFER for sale, on good term*, either for cash
credit. 240 acres of Wood Land, part of
which is branch bottom, and part pine ridge land,
adjoining Bardee Segrist and Wm. Neill, on the
lower Brandywine road. To any one wishing
such land, I will give a bargain.^Ajvpl^to^
Near Winter*' Saw Mill.
H AVING purchased a portion of the -ç
»tock of Jewelry owned by F. Buck- |0k
inghatn, and made liberal addition* to the
same, I have commenced the Jewelry business one
door below Messrs. Bernheimer A Bro , where I
will be pleased to attend to the wauti of the com
munity in the best manner possible. All repair
ing done neatly and promptly. Old Gold and
Silver taken In payment for Jewelry.
aprl 7 -tf GEORGE WILD.
ÜOMetUai New.—Metalic fastenings for
O Band*, and Lace Leather for some, just re
oeived and for sale by
; A BOX %$ Collin» Axe* ,
iY/ l doi. Cros* Cat S*ws ,
2 *• bright Ox Chiiui ;
2 " Csaa Hoes,
• 2 » byta. Hoot fork Jast tseotaed be
Il KO ('tall TON «V IlltO.,
OLD BRICK STORE,
CORNER OF COMMERCE A MAGNOLIA 8 t.,
Spring Stylo», 1800.
ich Grenadine Robes,
Rich Barege do,
Rich Organdies, in side stripe, two and |
three flounce*, and double skirt Organdies,
French Jaconet* and Lawns, •
Percale Printod Robes,
Rich silk Robes,
Embroidered Mantle*, white and black,
Sett* in Valenciennes Collars and sleeves, |
Linen 8 etts,
Misses setts Collar and Sleeves,
Infants' Rolies and Waists,
Skeleton Hoop Skirt«,
Malakoff do., steel ezfennow—a new article;
can be put in a band box, or in any small box.
Corded hoop skirts,
Embroidered L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Edgings and Insertings,
Kid and silk Gloves,
Faus and Parasols,
Beau ti fiers,
French, English and American Prints,
And all articles wanted for Ladies' use.
[ be glad to show goods to the ladies, and without
A full assortment of Gents' and Boys' Summer
Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ac., Ac.
Cape Jessamine "Extra 8 t. Louis Flour,"
"StaggV celebrated sugar cured Hams.
do do do
spiced rounds Beef in kits,
Mess beef, half barrels
do dried lieef,
do Beef Tongues,
do Breakfast Bacon.
No. 1 Leal Lard, in Kegs,
Bacon (clear and rib) Sides.
Su gar, Coffee uud Rice.
4-4 and I Lowels,
Twilled Lowels, '
Kentucky grey Jeans and Linsey. natural
; co j or a new article ior Negroes—name price and |
j quality of the white. !
j Kentucky Jean* and Linsey. white,
Rope, Twine, and all articles want«*d on a
! Plantation—all of which we will sell on reason*-1
hie terms, ou twelve months'credit, or for CASH !
! which we prefer. |
BROUGHTON A BRO.
OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES
SED in Medicine, put up in one lb., half lb.
and quarter H». *° ,n ' Rtn '
,unc ' aml ^°" a " 7 d ' *
Of nrmy kind which are ued In the Southwest
direct from the most extensive man u tue titres of
the same in the Uuitcd States, warranted to be 1
equal if not superior to any imported.
PATENT MF.DIClKP.a ;
Of .Tory r.rl.,y .K«U U.ve »MM .n, '
reputation More the public, embracing a
mimerons list. All new kiuds will be obtained 1
an<1 furai8l,LHl ttl Northern and
wniTE LEAD AXD !
OTÏÏS LlNTS. |
Rodney. March 20. 1858.
Direct from the makers, including several color* J
ground iu oil. Uai«e40il, UrdOilfTurpenUn« |
rorn the extensive establishment of Jules Ilaucl,
X. Bazin, H. P. A. W. U. Taylor, and A. W. Har
rison. Philadelphia, including a superior assort
ment of Braune», Cons h». Soaps. Colognes. Flori
de. l-avander Water aud Extract« for the hand
For the Growth and Preservation of the
Barry's fricopberous. Lyon'* Katiialiron. Jayne's
Hair" Tonic. Balm Columbia, French Powders,
Bazin's A llauel's Ox-Marrow, and other prepar
ations of the kind. In addition to the above, a
gn*s. variety of Fancy Aktici.ich, selected the
present season, namely : Porte Monnaies, Card Ca
ses, Papier Machic Port Folios, Fans, Toilet Bot
tles etc. etc.
Flavoring Extract« for Cooking.
Lose, Vanilla, Orange, Peach, Celery, Pimento
Lemon. Cinnamon, Ginger and Almond.
Harrison's celebrated Inks, embracing Black,
Blue, Red. Carwlue, Indelible and Copying, put
up in different sized bottles.
For burning Lord or Lord-Oil, from Cornelius
Baker A Co., Philadelphia, Candelabra* and their
newly patented Candlesticks, with shades for the
also extra LAMP SHADES, (paper aud
glase) Chifcneys and Lamp Mats.
A new assortment of WALL PAPER, Fire ;
Screens, Bordering Paper and wide paper, made
expressly for window curtains.
Some newly painted Oil Window Shades, from
the manufacturer, Phila., comprising several
L&ndxeth's Garden Seeds
Of the growth of tha year 1853, just received and
warranted fresh. Also, u variety of Fower Seeds
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
My assortment of Books includes a large varie
ty of new annual* and gift books for 1856, splen
didly bound editions of poetical works, family Bi
bles, small Bibles, testaments, prayer books, hvnin
books, miscellaneous books of standard authors
including a great variety of new works, novels toy
2_E3UoiixiLi3. I23 cid<e>L&£3
Ledgers, Day, Record and Memorandum Bowks of
different sizes and style* of binding ; * .
School Hooks s
and numerous other articles which it Is imposible J
to name in the limits of an advertisement, which
will be found in my store, and all of which will
be sold on os reasonable terms as at any establish
ment in this section of the country.
Port Gibson, August 28,1858.
r n Thousand Yard* of best Kentucky
Jeans and Linsey*. for sale at extremely lew
price*, and on our usual accommodating terms.
j ° a19 _ JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
Cigars nnd Tobacco.
LARGE supply of Cigar*, Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, on »» d X 01 '^
H..CARPENTER A CO.
Iron Axle Wagons, far Sale.
, rrUIE undersigned bao on hand a lot of superior
I JL Iran Axle Wegou*, for safe os good ten»«*!
Si à iX*.
* î '=Tr?aï'* t
St ren^t helling: Cordial
And Blood PuriAer.
fllHE greatest remedy in the world. This Coi»
1 dial Is distilled from a berry known only to
myself, and chemically combined with some of
the most valuable medical roofs, herbs and barks
known to the mind of man, via : blood root, black
root, wild cherry bark, yellow dock, dandelions,
sarsaparilla, elder flowers, with others, producing
the most infallible remedy for the restoration of
| health ever known.
It is Nature s own Remedy f
Curing diseases by nature's law. When taken,
its healing influences are felt conrslng through
every velu of the body, purifying and accelera
ting the circulation of the blood. It neutralize»
any bilious matter in the stomach, and strength
ens the whole organization.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial will effectual
ly cure Liver complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Chronic or Nervous Drbdily, Diseatr» of the
Kidneys, and all diseases arising from
a disordered Liver or Stomach,
Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Inward Pile*. Acidity or
sickness of the stomach, fullness of blood to the
head, palpitation of the heart, fullness or weight
in the stomach, sour ernetations, choking or sufto
eating feeling when lying down, dryness or yel- m
lowness of the skin and eyes, night sweats, inward
fevers pain in the small of the back,chest or sida,
sudden Hushes of heat, depression of spirits, bad
dreams, langor. despondency or nuy nervous dis-'"
ease, sores or blotkces on the akin, and fever and
ague. It will also cure diseases of the bladder
and womb, such as seminal weakness, incontinence
of urine, stranguary, iuflamation or weak»*«|#t '
the womb or bladder, whites, Ac.
There is no Mistake About It •
This Cordial will never fail to cure any of the
above diseases, if taken as per directions on each
bottle, In German, English and French.
Over half a million Bottles
< Have l>een sold during the past six months, smd iu
no insUnce bos it failed in giving entire satisfac
tion. Who, then, will suffer from weakness or de
bility when McLean's Strengthening Cordial will
cure you ?
To the Ladies.
Do yon wish to be healthy and strong ! The»»
go at jnceaud get some of McLean'* Cordial. It
will strengthen and invigorate your blood to How
through every vein, and the rich rosy bloom of
| health tomouut to your cheek again. Erery bot
! *1« wwrruntad to give satisluction
We say to parents, if your children are sickly.
! puny, or afflicted with complaints prevalent
| moug children, give them a small quantity of Me
Lean's Cordial, aud it will make ihem healthy,
fat and robust. Delay not a moment, try it aud
I you will be convinced. It is delicimis to take.
Every Country Merchant
Should procure a supply of Mcl^eau'« Strength
ening Cordial. It sells rapidly, because it alway*
cures A liberal discount will bt made to tho«e
* CAuîlON^-Beware of druggists or dealers win«
may try to palm upon you some bitter or san-u
a^gwld.' Avoid such lutu^ A'lkJor
McLein's btreiigtbcning Corrlial, and take no«
1 thing else. It is the only remedy that will pur*- *
fy the bloml thoroughly, and at the sometime
; ilhc Of™- .
I'„j VePow Fever or anv nrevalmit disease
1 u^ee Si'i* r bottle or (! hotGwi for * r >
1 l * j. n. i| c LEAN, sok- prL
! ^ Ç
A. K. LEONARD
| Mcl^an'* Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment in the world for man or bem-t !
Another remarkable cure performed byMcLeau*.
Volcanic Oil Linimeut. Read for yourselves:
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living uear Ca»«
Avenue ou Tenth street, had a horrible running
sore on his foot. He tried various Liniuu-nU,
Salves, Ac., but could do it no good He des
paired of ever being able to work at his trade a*
gain, because he could not bear any weight ou
his foot; and by oae small bottle of McLaueV M
Volcanic Oil Uniment, he is now perfectly cured. ,
Rheumatism, paralysis, neuralgia, bruises. j
sprains, stiffness in the joints or muscle«, swelling» |
sore throat, ear ache or lootbache, wounds, fresk
outs, sores, burns, scalds, pains, Ac , yield to thev
"magic" influence of this wonderful Liniment.
For horses and cattle, it is an infallible remedy |
for chafes, galls, scratches, crocked heels, lamu» h
ness, spuviu, sweeny, splint, fistula, bruises, swd- f '
lings, wounds, rattlesnake bites, and various otb- /1
diseases which animals are liable to from - inju
ries or accidents.
Country merchants should obtain a supply ol
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. It sells rapid
ly, because it always cures. A liberal discount
will be made to those who buy to sell again.
For sale by J. H. McLEAN,
corner of Third and Pine streets, St.
Also in Port Gibson, Mis»., by
moh27 ly A. R. LEONARD.
JOHN BUCKINGHAM & CO
Pious, Wagons, Carriages, and Buggies*
HTAl'IJE AND KAACT
Dry Goods and Clothing ; Hardware,
HADDI.KKT, Kl'RXITrKK. BOOTH.
SHOES. CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE.
PAINTS , OILS. DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PLANTATION SI PPLIKS,
AND MKRCRANDIZK OF KYERY DESCRIPTION,
Grand Gulf, Misa.
/NT Particular attention paid to the Receiving,
Storing and Forwarding of Cotton, or Mer
chandize of any description, en
trusted to our care.
n. a. i'KTTOx*
S. U. PATTON,
PATTON k PEYTON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
KODXKY, M 188.,
H AVING formed a partnership for the practice
of the Law, will give thew jolut utteutiou
to all busines* entrusted to their charge iu tlu
Probate and Circuit Courts of Jefferson, and U»
the Circuit Courts of Claiborue and Copiah cou».
May 9. 1857.
ANAWAY from the subscriber, about tho
lst ult.. the negro boy Alfred. 25 year* old.
j about 5 feet 9 inches high, said to by marked on
1 the throat as if having been cut by a knife. He
was purchased of J. W. Cbamplin, whô had hluv
hired some time on steamboats, and it is proha«
ble he may now be on some boat. The abete re
ward will be given for the confinement, of sakl
! boy in some jail so I get him.
It. NUTT. Utica, MK d
W E have a good assortmeet of Wa«*o
jrfmneeive weekly »hipsien-a dt^j
suasoii.iwBAnters or others wishl^Effil
paxticnpndnd.oan, by leaving
a*, rely upon
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