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EDUÇATK >N A !..
French and English
BOARDING AND DAY-SCHdL
FOB Atll T MA LADIES.
>0B Hi«»*s kASBäSoea, from Lo»l*»lU*, Kjr., w . •»
ixMtah • Sdi'-ol for Touug Wli*. is Pi rt Uib*.nj*
;
li.aa, to eemwMaee on the
Lt Monday lu October.
^.na«rfri»m in dilssM SB wsti a« I run the nurouud.ng
vo sîrv. AT the br*oTu«< taught pertaining to a tho
roast* Kngl .n education; und unuauul fantitie* afforded
L.rao,ulnu the rr.nch U^UAgV
Ctruntnss, and all neeueuary information,
laiund H» ealUns ou the Fnuctpal. Mia*. H lUcbaroux,
who will he at the reatdence uf Mr. J. 8 Manou, until the
opening of the »chool.
Term* |»«r L_—
Hoarding, Including Waahlng, Fuel, Light*, with
■BEHNMo« . ■ •.
buy Jkbolnrs..
Music on ..
l'une of 1*1« no.
Me*ic on Guitar.
Vocal Muaic .
» reach (taught one hour each day ).
Drawing and Painting id Water color*
1 1 Painting .. ..
tal N*«dle-work ..
Wax-work, Paper-Bower«, Ac., each ....
Vocal Music lu cl***«., no charge
hkvkrkmoki.
may b* ob
Hr*»loii of Ft VF Month«.
»100 0#
SA 1)0
30 00
A 00
30 00
•i > 00
34 00
30 00
w ■»
m
U.2L*' Mr*ru P ^ak 0 JXure r roo 'L. lîr' R*?
lUahop Klssb. Rutcbv. Mi*a , Crof Nusts Bitasa L..u
**rof. Wm. Bsacs do.; M»u. ( assstt Dos
. .. jo ; Rev. Jawss Csal«, <1«.; Mew*, llswirt. No*
* » ci.i N.« Url«*u*, U..» P» aas Sools. N*w Or- j
. iÊtÊÊtL^f 0 . T'~ •-'*
. 30 00
. 10 00
<i aasM
I
».«.«• iiiah rkrtunni i
L A WHENCE HIGH SCHUuLi
acnaioo of tl»U iustitutiou
I
wr-p* * **
1
rjMlK next annual
X will opeu ou the
Second MonJay in September, 1858.
and close ou the Friday before the F ourtli of July
HlnÆ , t I
Patrons of the school tnay rely upon it, that
cve^e^irt of tho Principal shall be uevoted to
, tbc purpose of the rapid and thorough advance
^ ment iu learning of the pupils eutrusted to hi*
jfcarge.
TUITION
will be according to dasaes. and due wheu the
«tudeut is eurolled. or the bill presented ; no de- j
duction being made for absence except incase*
of protracted sivkuess. '
First ClAM-M l*oglnning with Letter* j
aud Ftral Reader, per Sjssioo of 7Wi
* »««rtBl* . ... .
Shook l> Cum«— la ftpelllug, Recoud K ejider.
Geography, Arithmetic,aud Peumauship tu w t
Th tun Claim—I n Sp«dliug aud Defining, {
Third Reader, History of th«; LinteU
States. Geography, Arithmetic, and Peu- _
utaoship.,. ...» .. i
^ovbtiiClams-I nSpelling and Dérivation. i
i inversai History. Geography, English
Grammar, and Cow|MtaUiou.....—
I i KIM I'i.ass -In English Composition. Ln
tiu, Greek, or French Language. Algebra
xaMwaiBicL •
WidiieMlir, tlic l.Mk September.
f|A.lE sohoiastic year will be divided into two
X se'»i<>.i* of twenty weeks each.
instruct on will <»e given iu the F.n^lish,I ranch.
• id IssUu Language».
Uusiu upon lb j Piano. Guitar and Organ. Also ^
?)rawi.vg ( Paiuting aud Needle-work taught.
Alis* M. AIarvoc, Pnaeipal. . „ ,
Al.ss E. Damjxrr, Assis taut Teacher in Loglisb,,
.Latin, French, Drawiug. Painting, etc.
Teacher of .UattioMaiic*, Ac.
Port Gibson, August It, ibâb.ly
PORT GIBSON BRASHEAR
imm MÄDMI,
I
Will r-sume its Ninth Sesniuu ou
Mis.«
lliiM E. I*. Poole. Teacher iu Music.
il:«a A. 1 'oole. Assistant Teacher ol Music.
T E R M S :
J istruclioti in th.* English linurhes, p-t«*». 225 <
French. G.nu »u. Latin and Spanish, each.... 21)
Music..
4Jsc •!' lustrum ruts.. . ...
Drawing and Nee*IIe-work. each.
Gr -in tu Paintiug.
t.n-nfental«. ff ... ..
H »orft, icciuding Wojdiiiig, Fuel and Lights.
No deduction will be made from the time of en
influx to the end of the session, ('barges will
«Iso be made lor the extra« from the time of com
M 'ACemeut to the end of the sessiou.
i'.i: t Gi!i*<m \ I :n-t 14. 18 38.
30
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40,
: ,1
60 tf
PORT GIBSON FEVIALE
Collegiate Academy,
L Will aa a *a*.«e» IU w»lgtotou
m Wednesday, September 22nd, 185f,
UIB fleU*>l«atlc jr«*r «ill t*. dlvùW into tao T*rm*,«
, twenty w«ak»«acli.
Tt lTlO.1 I'LK 1ER TI :
JPrtm*n Ba partaient .
EHgMIralarjr,..
frvabianu »•»«! Soplioiu ir. Cl««-«-.
If 4*«i»r *«•! JWnior C'l*«*>* «iobr4<"in^ Ilia.
■ft tration* *n-l Kxp*riui«uta iu Pliilo-oph/
|] «ad Oli«m(*try.
HI lastraiB«nt*l Ma-ic («xtr») ... .
VtSm of lastramcut,.
W Vraoeti or Latin. (s*tr*.)...—•
Hb»MftrW|-fplahi).
f * tfdmkm, .
h Wax ri«w*r«,....
Ornxmantal N««dt*-work ..
.BtaUowrv,...
dtaard. UTashing. Fa I an.1 Light*.
r __ Yoe*l M*«r. i.xtr*)...
' 7)o de<laction will b* auul. from th* price* of Tuition !
«r • l»U entrance, uala*» it 1* two month* or more after
Ät £
* ty-t'horMdii rfth« tim» of en traue«
_H JO N Ko. Pra*id*nt.
I
$15 00
. 30 00
. 35 00
!
1
M 04
JO u.
ft 0o
10 00
3 no
30 00
13 00
10 00
75 00
J. W. HAMPLIH
OEOKÛI COWWF.LLT.
CONNELLY ft CHAMPLIN.
^Cotton Factors and Commission Merchanls,
K«. 56 Caroiiddtl Slwl,
"shaken'.'ouakM,!"ercMnMt
HAVE jnst recel vat fonr boxes of these ele
gas* domestic Preserv»*. put up with all the
-care and iaste peculiar to the Shakers— Ckemc*
among them. 1 have a splendid stock of Pre
•ervss. Jellies. Pickles aad Pie Fruit* loo deli
clous to desc. dm. Taste them, and you'li never
-waste them —buy them fir*!
dec« J. 8- MASON.
If EOT ORLEAXS, LA.
*\If K turc thud*v »ut irert into p*itn«r*hip for tli« .
y y 5 naoetton of th« F*ctor«Z« and C"mmi-*ion btt*i
o«n* as •< tb* *b*T* »tjrl«. _
MBllT It CHAMPLIN.
!
ROLLS very superior Wall Paper;
•B «Irr ftorwoi;
A large lot of Window Curtains and
Shade*, just peceived and for sale by
junta A R LEONARD.
aimur i mr cm fi oirnrn -
STEW All 1 ÂC I US fAK D,
l ommiaslou & Produce Merchant*,
' RODNEY, MIBB.
>s LL PUntwtloa supplies furniabed, payabh
out of next crop, sod advances mad>' ot
totton shipped to Hughes, Hyllsted A Co., N«u
Off «an*.
500

r
6
[mch 13-tf
roa—Iron—Iron. —A large Jo* of Kw< d«t
tAjd best American Iron, just received, eotnpri» t
flÉi sizes. Also, slab steel for sweeps, and
■Ci) and spring steel for laying plows, aud all
iÉEü&D Iron. [ )&b9] W. B. FULKER80K.
J «»4 Keeuéved,
i star Candies,
tÉMMte* do
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CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
v
T^pT received. New «nd
i sj Oarrlagee, for nie on good terms, by
; julylO T. GARRISON,
I *- r -
1
Jenny Lind
T HE undersigned has purchased p ,
the entire establishment of Mr. PfltTj
Joshu* Kelly, at the corner of Cet
roll and Cknreb streets, where he Is prepared to
manufacture all kiuds of Carriages and Buggies.
and to do all kiuds of repairing mending, Ac., in
the best manner, and at the «höi test notice.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
AT THF. OLD STAND.
sp.«e<ly manner.
The undersigned has done businese in Jefferson
! county for several years, and refers, with confi
dence. to his old patrons for his efficiency and
promptness. All work warranted. Accounts
(luc wbp " f0r ' 0 ' dprW,W »ESSt
j
Rlacksmitliftng,
Of all kinds, done iu s safe snd
JAMES WYLIE.
A CARD.
In retiring from the business to which I have
I so long devoted uiy time at the old stand. I take
pleasure in recommending to my friends and pa
trim», Mr. James Wylie, who is competent and cn
pable or doing all kinds of work in his line to
I the satisfaction of the public, and I solicit for
him a continuance of the patronage given to me.
March 13, 1858. JUSllLA KELLY.
I
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MANUFACTORY.
yoiIN WALLS Jt CO. have opened a new Wa
f j kn j Plow shop, at the old
stand formerly occupied hy T. J.
Dakin, where they are prepared to
r n ,iic„ to order Wagons and Plows of all descrip
j tions—also, iron-axle timiier-carts. Ail kinds of
n-pairiiig in their line done with neatness and dis
' |>utch. They have the best of workmen in their
j employ, and expect to give perb-ct satisfaction to
all the:r customers.
. J . . ..
t { („k,. pleasure i«. stating, that Mr. John Walls
{ is a first rate Mechanic, ns I had him in my cm
ploy some three years. Ido not hesitate to say
tbikt all work entrusted to him will be done in a
i workmanlike manner.
i Port Gilwon. Feb. 20. 1Ä>8.

NEW WAGON AND PLOW
j
TO THE PUBLIC.
T. J. DAKIN,
tljau
4 \ Rurrels extra A 1 Lard Oil;
-w 2 barrel* burning Fluid;
2 bid* Linseed OH ;
2 bids, spirits Turpentine;
2 bbis Bourbon Whisky;
2 bids Alcohol:
ti boxes Hue Chewing Tobacco;
2| casks line Cognac Brandy ;
I ca-k line obi Ma«h ira Wiue :
1 000 lbs pure White Lead :
10(1 lb» fancy c'ol.irs i«i oil ;
5 do£ very sup* , ri , H Pocket Knives;'
3 dor. line Razor« ;
A large lot ot IV. in«.my aud Fancy Articles.
tlwi " ** 1 r a L ß EEgNAUD.
(«»•*•
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To Suit the Sickly Season.
Jïù are constantly receiving and in store
J real) . v «m| i and Water Craeker*.
•* Cracknel Bim-uit.
Beat Rice;
•* Lenio ts un.l Lemon Syrup«.
K:ui«»n pure Kentucky Mustard.
India Palo Ale and Lond'in Porter.
Vim-gar and Pick le*.
We have. also, a spb*;id<d s«»ortui<*nt of Wines I
and Bruiidie*. which will nut tail to pleas**. Call ;
[augl-t] WALKERS'
a<
-
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY! !
L. SUMMER, Baker,
EG3 to inlofui the citizens of Port Gibson
that he has e«taklisli**d a new Bakery at the
old corner opposite the Jail, and is prepared to
furnish famt Broad ma«i*'ol ex*ra-St. Louis Flour
every da]. Family Tickets supplied when called
for. Also, always on baud, a good supply of
Drv GimkIs and Groceries. Call on him.
fort Gibson. July 3l, 1858-ly
FROM LEGHORN,
PKK SHIP IHM HK.
It
LADIES' FLATS,!
MEN'S. BOYS. AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
At priées that cannot lie beat anywhere!
i uaj g S. BERXHEIMER A BRO.
!
"commission merchants,
sept S (iAwly A T £W ORLEANS
uaj
Something New'.
0 Patent boring machines, which are so arntng i
^ <-d as to liore horizontally or perptuidicular
1 y; 24 knife cleaners, which clean the knife ef
(ectually, without wearing it out. For sale by
W. B. FULKERSON.
111U) 3-'
K. r. K. AHHAY, s. j. mobeukap
t. N. UARIMNO.
HARDING, ABBAY & MOKEHED,
COTTON FACTORS!
àXD
JAMES II. KING&OC.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
Ao. 6 AftiWfiri Row.
rORT GIBSON, ^MISSISSIPPI,
Have on band and will be constantly receiving
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES
CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
Perfumery, Paint«,OUs, Dye Stuffs;
a oexeral ahhortuext ok
gS3n»!DE\knjqa>U
Letter, E«*>l»cap and Note Paper,
ENVELOPES,
p ll an fnn*t, Tester Paper , Fire Screens,
^ ^ > ,/
<r*- 0 e - â r c -
SUM, BAZIN a AND LUBIN 1 *
!
.
A AAI «Msir O
EXTRACTS & COLOGNES,
Soaps and Easenoes,
. . .. .. ... n
And a thousand other articles usually kept in Drag
Stores having a complete assortment.
* * Physicians' Prescriptions will receive
D4rt | cu | Är attention at all hours of the day or
night.

SOUTHERN MARBLE YARD.
SMITH -V STAUB,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
t Y\7"L would inform the citlzeas of Pert Gibran
»V and surrounding coon try, that w# bava per
manently located ip this place, where we have
opened a Marble Yard, and are prepared to fill all
onltrs for ■ j
enta. Obéi laite. Tomb*. Marble Mantle*
A«-. Ac. In fact, everything that belongs to the,
i trade. Tho*« wishing to erect MooumexU to th*
! memory of Aastaied Meads or rrlatios*. are V«*
estaa tocafl andexamlae our stock Wore send
: Mr mtor*

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®tlcqrapjitii to lit Ijailn Btbtillc
Further by the Asia
New \ urk, Fel» 8.—It in reported
that an ulliaticce fwr ofieusive aud defen*
«ive pnrposeg Iiun teen concluded be*
tween France and Sardinia.
t lie HutisninR are making' preparations
in the Black Sea of a very signifioant ua
ture, in view of the Dreaent threatenimr
..fT.iru , ,, ,i /* « ireftteill,l Ä
P ' r * °n til« Continent,
A ,:, ' w treaty of commerce between
(»reut Britain and Kuttaia lias been con
cluded, and tvan signod on the I2ih ult.
The report of the death of the King of
I Naples proves to be erroneous.
1 lie Neapolitan Government has par
pa i dotted all political prisoners, but has
ordered them into banishment to the Uni
ted Sûtes or Great Britain.
The British Government, it is under
stood, has opened negotiations with the
Cabinet at Washington for the reciprocal
opening of the coasting trade of both
countries.
New York, Feb. 8.-—The Steamship
Kangaroo arrived here at midnight, with
Liverpool dates of the 19th ultimo, anti
ci pa ted by those of the Asia.
KESIGN.YTON OF MR. FORSYTH.
I Wahhlvotok, Feb. 8.—Mr, Foraytli,
.Minister to .Mexico, Lhh tendered bis
resignation to the President.
STEAMBOAT COLLISION.
Vicksburg, Feb. 8.— The steamboat
Cherokee, bound from New Orleans
the Tennessee river, with a curgfo of col
fee and sugar, when opposite Island 93,
yesterday morning, at 7 dtlock,
into colliioou with the Napoleon packet,
J. M. McKee.
1 he Cherokee sank iu 8 feet water. j
W e learn tli.it she can lie raised. !
Her cargo is
j lives were lost.
The damage to the McKee
to
came
Noj
tint much damaged
was slight.
New Orleans, Feb. 10.-—Tlie «ales of
Prices feeble.
! cotton today were 4000.
' (^uotatioiiH for inid'liiug, teu and three
quartern to eleven.
DR. A. E. THOMAS,
H AVING located permanently in Port Gibson
tenders his professional services to the citi
! zens of the towu and country. His ^residence is
at the upper end of Farmer street, being the
dwclliug lately occupied by II. P. Merrifield. and
in rear of the late residence of J. II. Maurv, esq.
January 10, lo.»8-tf
-— --— -brands.
Huiler ! Huiler!!
4 Firkins Godieu Butter, just to baud from
New York.
J. S. M ISON.
— 1
dec 29
H ardware. -A fresh sup|*ly just received
which makes my stock complete.
SPOONER FORBES
upr24
Onion*,'Onions.
IIAVE iuat leceived a lot of supei ior Onions,
from St. Louis.
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L. KIEFER.
[jan4]
II oops, Whalebone and Cane Just)
jun5 1 TraNKINBUsRA KNGLERINCJ.
Limerick's Great Southern Liniment.
1-4
-"--*
GROSS Limerick's Great Southern Liuimeut
just received and for sale by
oct2S JAMES I!
12
I. KING A CO.
UULEY'S Sarsaparilla,
Bull's
Williams'
do
for sale by
J. II. KING A CO. 1
Hay, Corn and Oats.
TONS Hay; 100 bags bread Corn: 100
bushels Oats, just received and for sale by
W. B. FULKERSON.
do
oct28
30
my 22
Juif ttceeived.
CALHOUN PLOWS—Call soon, or
yon will be too late.
JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
200
dec!7-W
To Plautera.
57 doz. oval e\ Ail Nfeel Hoes;
20 44 CurryCombs;
100 pairof Trace Chains;
12 coils of Plow Lines;
6 doz Bridle Hit-;
Harnes;
8 " A xes;
8 *• Spottes ami S;g>vels
Just received at
4 "
j*ni4
FORBES'
Economy.
OPODELOOC SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
OPODKLDOC SOAP.
lObox«* ju*t reoeived at [iug3SJ
WALKER'S
DR. T. S. GIBSON,
FFERS his professional services to the citi
aens of Port Gibson and vicinity. Office on
Muin street, up stairs. Eutrancc, uext door to
the store of S. Forbes.
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Vj **1* by wmIV
I t » T I l 4 » I « t
FRESH FROM SAINT LOUIS !
JUST RECEIVED,
Forty Barrels New Wheat Flour
■epll dAw
nOKHKY BI TTER,
Vjr UOHUKN BUTTER,
0O5UEN BUTTER,
[oct7]_WALKER'S.
CHARLES SHREVE
MAM OR HARO
The choicest brands of Liquors,
Old Loudou'Dock Port Wine,
Old Madeira.
Ginger Wine.
French Cngnac Brandy,
Bourbon Whisky, Ac., Ac.
Tbc above are selected expressly for medicinal
purpose*, and sold only in such cases.
BETHEA.
3u»t r«cuir«d at
Jeans and Ltnscys.
YARDS of Kentucky Linseys ;
G50 yards of Kentucky Jeans ;
Just received and for sale by
July 18.1857. W. E. FULKERSON.
ERNST WrM ILLER ~
W ILL give leeson* on the Piano, Organ, Me
lodeon, Violin, Vidla, Violincello, Guitar,
Cytbera. Banjo, Flute. Clarouet, Harmonie of
Musio. Composition of Music, Singing and Draw
ing. Aira, Tuning and Repairing of Pianos and
all kinds of musical instruments.
Until a room is secured, orders may be left
decD-dtf
1900
the Drug store of Mr. Leonard.
NEW GOODS ! ! NEW GOODS !
- —
Fancy Groceries of Every Description.
Jut received by »hip* Kllww Holme«. Jnmn A.
SUmlcr and B*1L of Ihf Orran, from N*w
York Dln-H, n Splendid Aasortnirnt
of «Ul Kind* of limcerle«.
JAMES S. MA80M
:
(undies.
20 qr, là hf, 25 boxes Stur Candles:
10 itoxea New Bedford .^perra Candies.
Otl^
Winter strained Sperm, Lard and l.inwed O 1
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Turpentine.«
1 cask best Turpentine.
. Soap.1
50 boxes Fay's best family Swap.'
Sardines.)
100 half 100 quarter boxes fresh Sardines.
Teas*
Gunpowder, Imperial and Black Teas of the
very best quality
Pepper.
I bug best Block sud i box (Jayenue Pepper.
.Copperas.
1 Bbl Copperas.
Tobacco/
Every variety of best Chewing Tobaeeo j also
medium quality, and for plantation use.
Vinegar.
3 Bids white wine Vinegar.
Porter and.Ale.'
London Porter, Ale and Brown Stout, in quart
and pint bottles.
aaes: Plaa-Aople, Limes,
Strawberries, BUwkberries. Greea Gages, Rasp'!
berries, Cherries, and Pears—preserved.
.Sauces.
Grey's Salad Juice, AnchorvV. Harvey's. Rend
ing s, John Bull s and Miller » Epicurean >auce ;
Catsups.
Tomato and Walnut Catsups— f resh
Sweet Meat*.
j
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Jellies.
""Currant Jelly, large and Hmall"jars.
Lobsters.
""One and two pound caus Lobsters.
fSHlmon»
One aud two pound cans Salmon.
i
Pie Fruit. ,
G oo«<'berries, Grapes. Cherries, Raspberries
Whortleberries,
Damsos put up iu their own juice for pies-and
thiugs.
;
Pie Plant. Red Currants and
Crackers.
Butter. .Soda, Sugar. Congrr»*, Oyster, Lemon
and Cracknoll Crackers.
I
Mackerel*
Fresh caught.—Barrels, hall liarre!.*, quarter»
aud Kits—No. I,Mackerel.
Sugars.
Ten bids Crushed, Powdered aud Lost Sugar. 1
t
^ .
A^Cognac and Champagne Brandy -very .best ;
Naiad Oil.
Best article quarts and pints Salad Oil.
Brandy.''
Wines.
Old Madeira, Brown Sherry. Dry Port, Claret
and Champagne Wines—superior brands.
Blacking.
Two gros« 'Mason's" Challenge Biacki ig.
spice*.
Nutmesr*. Mtntard,' Cloves, .Mace. Race Gin
ger and Pimento Spice.
. .1
Couco.
I box Baker'* half pouuds, 1 box Kitchen *» hf
pounds superior Coaco.
(hoeolnte.
Alien's superior Chocolate.
Cheese.
1 Box 2 doz Sapsago Cheese ; 25 i»xs 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 Lake Fish.
20 Half bbls splendid White Lake Fish.
Bagging and Rope, Ac.
India and Kentucky Bagging, in good supply, i
fit) coils best Machine Rope;
44 bandxpun do.;
t>0
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2 bales Twine ;
5000 yds. Oldham A Scott's Linsey and Jeans ;
Willow Ware, Brushes Brooms
10 doz. painted Palls, or Buckets;
brass bound Cedar do;
*■'2 •* iron do , do do;
do do (}o Piggins;
10 44 Brooms ;
1 44 each, horse, shoe and scrub Brushed
white-wash brushes;
half bushel measures:
field Buckets for plantations— a very
convenient article ;
1 coil I} inch Manilla Rope ;
I M j| «• .« .1
1 " 2* '
1 dozen Well Buckets.
2
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1
2
1
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44

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for Wells;
44
4<
(Hardware, &c.|
2 doz long handled Spades;
2 •* « -"*» "8 110701» ;
4 44 short
spades and shovels;
<4
Ox Chains;
assorted Pocket Knives;
Knives and Forks;
assorted Butcher Knives ; mill and
bandsaw flies, screws, butts, pad-locks, percussion
raps, gimlets, shingling and claw hatchets, Hunt's
& Price's board hatchets, assorted chisels, augurs,
spirit levels, plantation slates, lanterns, curry
combs, hand saws, coffee mills, fire dogs, cotton
balances, from 4(H) to 800.
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10

40
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Hoch.
20 dozen steel Hoes.
Iron and StceL
Of every description.
Castings.
A large assortment of Pots, Ovens, Skillet*
Dog Irons, assorted ;
Andirons,
do
Stone Ware.
A good assortment of Stone Ware, of ev
ery kind.
nov8-dAw
J. S. MA&ON.
POTATOEHI POTATOES!
SACKS IrUh Potato«* je.U to
hood.
i. 8. MASON.
FI.OCK7 rtjOt M FI.OI R na*
sciK BARRELS 8t. LosUFlosr, ja*t to band
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t arriage and Wagon Repository, !
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
C HARRIAGES, Buggies and Wagons always on)
hand, for salmon accommodating terms. A j
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few aew and flue Buggies jnst received.
aachlS
T. GARKI60N
IjS. B. & VV. E. Walker,
GKOCKK§ t
ABU IIKALZES .N AU. BINDS QT
Family Supplies, Liquors, Wines,
CIGARS, Are.,
Main street, Port Gibbon, Miss.
BRANDIES
: Al T K are r»c«iving arid har« in atora—
ff 6 qu*rt«r coak* P. (I. Oo.tard Hm nrty ;
X half pif.«« (Hard. Dupy A Co '» Riandjr ;
2 quartet pipe* pals do do do;
The above artlcl«* wer« aelerted with th* rr*at*«t care,
andeaunot fail to plea*«._leapt9 dj WALKKHb'
Champagne Wines.
\\ VSdSbsSrtTlîr »hg* ctS?Hrtdst-lt;j
10 Madam Cliquol :
,3 ca*e*Olive* In (Ml;
*39 4 ca«e* Olive* in Liquor*.
Whisky.
i * BbLH CM Mo..»ngahelu W hiaky;
i U 14 bbU. old Ryu and bourbon Wlilaky ;
37 keg* 5 gallons old Rye au l Bourbon W hisky;
0 case* Saddle-Bag* and Dew*Drop
1 he above Whi tkle* are of the most celebrated brand*,
and are of the very beat qualities to be had
tee» » -d At WALKERS
At WALKERS.
SB
New Orleans.
\\TV. are in r«c«ipt»f aaaortud Urucwria*. suaaUting, in
T V Baft, of N«w Rlc«,
Cru.hod, Loaf snd Brown Sugar* ;
Crackn«ll and 8oda Biscuit* ;
Yeaat Powder*. DuWelJ Usm*, Pickle*, Sauce»,
Hardin«*. Lob«t«r*. Halmon,
A.Murttt'i PI« Fruit», green *nd black Te**.
P«pp«r. Vinegar. Oil*, aud many other article» L>o
uumerou» to meution. [aep39dl_At WALKERS'.
' - _ "
Saint Louis.
T L'.^T receive«l from 8t U>ui*—
* . . 1» bbl*. lri-b Potato«*; 10 bbl*. Onion« ;
30 bo*e* Weatem Chec»e. in good order;
' 3 keg* aseorted Shot and Buck Shot ;,
40 boxe» .-tar Candle* ;
10 boxe» Opodeldoc eoap—*nd for »ale
*cpî9-d
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4 do do FokAlo, I
6 du Arrol'» Scotch Ale: *1««. Baker* Bitter*, i
German Bitisva. Koy*l Wi».l*.r Bitter*. Mar*«..l.iuo and ;
KK 11 * * ""'ÄÄ' ,
At WALKaV
Hat ana ( igars.
2N.OOO '
*«rtmeu'.ju*t to han...
15
;
KpleO'Ild a —
At WALaERH'.
Porter and Ales.
KEGS Nail*.anaorted.
ocl 7
i .00
At WALKER S.
tU LESIONS,
;N
.NEW LEMONS.
NEW LEMONS.
At WALKERS
ocl7
M
,%« -in Kitt«
o.t7
At WALKER'S.
Toy«, Toy*, Toy».,
RUMS, of all kinder*
Small VValor Buckets
" F<»ot Tabs:
Magic Lautem»;
otto U ixo*
Raffles;
Dolls, of ail ki.i.I*.
I. R. Foot-balls,
Tool Cheats,
Savings Banks,
A BC
Dumb Watche*,
Dark Lautem»,
Torpedoes, j
Wheels,
Bureau», •
Sideboards.
Wash Stands
Book Cases,
Bedsteads,
Cradles,
Dancirtg Figutes,
Tin Trumpets, #
Claronetfa,
Accor Icons,
Snakes,
India Rubber Toys,
Swimming Men, Swaus ami Fishes,
Marbles,
Violii *,
Violin Si ring»,
Banjos,
Kites,
Guilar and Banjo Strings,
Wagons.
Wheel l «arrows, ,
Ten Pin*,
Furniture, of all kinds,
Mershaun Pipe.»,
Pipes, o( all kinds,
False Faces,
Tin Wagon»,
Pewter Fiiruiluie,
Drawing Slates,
Tea Sets,
Traveling Locomotives
Je «sharps,
Harnrionirans.
Matches, nf all kinds,
Arithmetical Tattles
Dominoes,!
Chess'
Graces
Keleidescnpe«,
Glass Boxes,
Fish Hooks and Lines
Pistols.
Cigar Mouth Pieces
Tooth Brushes,
Candle Sticks^]
Wax Candles,
Draughts, •
And various other Toys,too numerous to men
tion—for sale by
sepll
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H. CARPENTER & CO.
Paints and Oil.
LARGE stock constantly on band, of White J
Lead, snow white Zinc, super Zinc, Vene
tian H»'d. Yellow Ochre Chrome Green and Yel
low. Puris Green, Raw and Burnt Öcntia, raw
aud burnt Umber and Zinc Dryers. The above
can all be bad ground in oil, in quantities to suit
purchatters. Also, I'aint Brushes of all sizes and
varieties. sepll-d C. SHREVE.
A
NEW PALL GOODS
Per Steamer Cahawba,
From Boston, ju*t.re-*tve.1 by
Asg37 FRANKKNBU8H A EXOLKHIXO.
I. o. S
RAN KLIN LODGE No. 6. of the Imle*
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, meets ev
ery Tuesday at 7 1 2 o'clock F. M. The follow
ing is * list of officers for the present term :
John R. Davis, N. G.
Wm. McKkkvkr, V. G.
Wm. T. Mohris. Sec'v.
Jab. 44. Mason, T.
L. P. Williams, War.
Thos Gahrisos, Con.
J K Rred, I. G.
W. F. Meek, 0. G.
M. 0. Hophns, R. 8. S. to N. G.
Joshua Kelly, L* N. N. to N. G.
T. S. Hawkins, K. S S. to V. G.
J. H Kino, L. S. S. to V. G.
Wm. T. Morris, Host.
o. Fr
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LADY who coir, s highiy recommended, is
-- desirous of obtaining a place as Govern
na* in a family in the country—would prefer to
instruct children. She is competent to teseb
French, Drawing, Music and Dancing, with Eng
llsh 8tudle8 * Appljr t0 the R o/ VNNE
novSOdtf Jackson Home School, Miss.
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TNLOUR.—SO bbl*. "Hnrri^>n" Flour, extra
JT just received «öd for sale by ♦
junl9 W. B. i't LKERS0N.
\
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AlSSvA
At Ut* Old Stand, 4J
€t mM
PORT ülfl
r FHK undersigned I mMW
1 l' iblic that he hau nS[
vais di net from New Y oft
bs s fall »ad assorted stoci
[iisä
Fall and Winb
in
Ilr* lu vîtes the* attention of the
era particularly, to bis very large*
stock of merchandise. The metbofl
keeping up rny lumortmeiit. and supi4|
ges for the purchaae of Goods, etiai!
b r ru bu fera inducement* unaurpasi
other store in tbia community. 1 a»k l
nil to examine my extenaive assortment 1
oua Goods before purchasing elsewhere,
hepil-d_,_ .fcy KEIF
WSl.
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Baïwri
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a.
l^priuK Steel Extension
SKIRTS,
Just received and for sale hy
jaoA
FRANKKNBU01I A EKGLOliNG. '
THOMAS RYAN
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
5
I fPHANKFUL for past favors. would most re
1 spectfuily inform the citizens ot Claiborne
county snd the public generally, that he still
continues the above business, and keep* cnoatMiil
ly on hand choice material of every description
and is prepared to manufacture, at short notice
every description of gentlemen's
HooK and NIiock,
ot the latent style, best quality sud neatest work
manship.
Those who have not favored him with their
custom heretofore, would do well to givs him «
trial, as all hie former customers are well pleasad
i w ;"; ">* «■""'"y *" d «•» *»>» «» —
I ofacturtd. .
i Since returning to his old stand, Main street
; he will be happy to receive customers and till all
, Witk ,.u»ctu.li , y .n.l .li.»kh Hi. «ark
will speak lor itself—all ol which will be war
ranted.
Having a full set of good journey men, be is
prepared to execute all orders punctually,
sept '28 d&wly

NEW JEWELRY.!
1 HAVE just received a splendid stock of
NEW JEWELRY.
of every kind, which 1 am offering un rt-anouald«
terms. All repairing done neatly and promptly.
Old gjid and .Silver taken in payment for Jewelry.
Cull on me, next door to the store of 8. Hernbei
tner A Bro.
GBC). WILD.
(flep28d&w)
Just Received,
Bbl.» Fagan 'h XXX choice extru St. Louis
Flour,
10
Superflue
3 n»l«»In<lia Bagflnir.
30 Unil* hand made and me chin« Re
l Bale Twiae.
1 I do 7-8 aud 4-4 deary LoweW,
t do K«*nt«ckj Jean« and Idn-ey*.
400 Be*t doable back oak tauited Ha«»«
30 Bbl* Mom I'ork.
4 do Hoxai Hou*« Mol«**«».
3i* do. Keutuckr Rectified Whiakr
«0 Half do. do d«.
êo Sa< k* Au« aud roar-« Salt,
. 3 Caak* clear Mid«*.
Tierce* Am«»'Sugar Cared Main«,
h Hid No 1 Mackerel.
10 Boxe* No. 1 Bn .ton Winchester Snap
10 do Star Candi«*,
i llhd*. Choice Sugar,
I Bld Cru- bed Sugar
I Tierce Carolina New Rlee.
10 llag- Rio Coffee.
1 Bbl Viuegar,
14 Boxe« choice brand* Chewing T bacro'for
• ocUd&wljr M KAIKMAN.
14 do
do
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Seif-rorkimfOadlfs and Recliniuir Ea«ir
Seif-rorkimfOadlfs and Recliniuir Ea«ir
Chairs,
N EAT and useful, just received at the Ftiryi.
tare Rooms. [*ugl4] T. GARRISON.
8. ('. Hams, D. Beef, B. Tongnea.
J UST received—Sugar cured Hams, new;
Dried Beef, uew ;
Beef Tongues, new;
At WALKER'S
dec 12
L. KEIFER
1
IO.AMCK IN
(• roueries, Produce, Dry Good*,
CLOTHING AND HARDWARE,
AS re-opeoed at the Old Stand, and has on
hand a large and
Well Selected Mock of (»'«mmI«,
! of all kinds in his line. A lot of Lowe!* and D •
mestics. thrown out of fold, but not otherwise
damaged, will be raid at cost prices. Call at th<
; old stand at the corner of Main street and the
Port Gibran, June 27. |857.
II
public square
ust Received—A tine dot of new Bacon
Hums. Also. Fagan's extra Flour, that can't
be lwat.
J
[jan30]
P. HETHKA
! "
nsimmi.
NEW FIItM.
'!>HEunden>igned would respectfully inloim t| c
JL eitizens of Claiborne county, that they are
still prepared fully to answer all calls uih.u than
as Undertakers. Having had considerable
rience insuperintending the burial ofthe.dead.
they fee 1 confident of being able to render atitir*
satisfai tion. They would respeetfully aoln if «
share of pnl lie patroaage
Sole proprietors for Claiborne county of
FiSK'fi XKW STYLE TATENT UKTAi.lC
ex |w
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VJLi IT 4 is (fti LL tXi> k£i Jb* bSD**
Burial Cahe*always on hand. Wooden Cofl n»
made to order. Burial Clothes »applied at the
shortest notiep. All calls, night or day, will .le*
promptly attended to.
Walnut or Mahogany Book Cases. Wardrobe*
and Dining Tables made to order. Furniture re
paired and Varnished st the shortest notice. A1
so, all jobs in the Cabinet line made to order.
House building sud repairing contracted tor. J
F00TK &BARKOT

Port Gibson, Oot. 13, 1858.
New Book*.
HAVE just received—
Mo** Side, by Marion IlorUud,
Nothing to Wear ;
Nothiug to Say. by Docstiok* t
Tucker'» History of the United Sixte* ,
The War Trail {
Ross on Slavery ;
8ou venir* of Travel, by Miue. Lovurt and a
a urn l>er of other new and Interesting Book*.
— ALSO —
1
A large a*t-<irtijiect of 8cbool Books, Letter. Cap
and Note P«p<*r. Vlsitlag Cards, Card and Nut«
Envelopes. Steel Pens, Ac.
Oat. 17,
A. R. LEONARD,
('«»li
ci^O advance on Cotton for slnjgma
1 friends üoandl A Chu|fi)iflfPf
deo!7-w JOHN BUCKINGH AM A ÇO.
to e>ir
Orleans.
H A .TIM,—4 li«re«s IUn.« ♦%>«» k Co.'*
*«p27 _ _ J F «Rgl«
IT LAN N E L.M.-K*rwr fUnn») I!» «4«. wi(». *nS «*•*•
JT rr «oristjr of -wl<nb»*B«t celer fm *»1« t*
Mp33 BROUGHTON* «W».
Bnckwhcftt ï Buckwheatl ï
J UST from New York, by «hip San» 'I A d am *«
3dboxt'* fiwh Buck wie* t ÆÊ
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