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OPENING OF SPRING TRADE !
ERNIIEIMER A BRO. ! just recrivod from Nsw'York, * eplen did umtMdl of rich Valencia setts. VAlENCU collars, ILLUSION CAPES, SWISS AND JACONET HE TPS All trimmed attar the I vt«*t fashion. II NE W WAGON AND PLOW TO THE PUBLIC. 1 Hfy i'Jtotiug.UmtMr. John Wall a flr-t rate Mecharifc ** I had him inimyem do not hesitate to say ... n __ _J 77 B _ A SIM.—5 tterra. u.ary A—Ao!.'. U.w. , ^ p ?r J. s. maso si 1 mww 9 - - 'Tf -ALSO SPKING BILKS, DRAPERY MUSLINS, And many olhsr article* suitable for the * CUMING SKA8ÔN. fcbSS MANUFACTORY J OILN WALLS ± CO. have od* goo and Plow »bop. at the old ud formerly occupied by T. J. Dakin, where they are prepared to ■*■!■■■» make to order Wlgooi IN Plows of *11 descrip tiona—also, iron-axis timber-carts. All kinds of repairing in their line done with neatness and dis pateh. They have the best of workmen In their ploy, and expect to give perfect satisfaction to all their •. nod a new Wa 4-in ploy some three years, that all work entrusted to him will be done workmanlike manner. Pori Gibson, Feb. 20, 1858. T. J. DAKIN II «5 PAIR MARSEILLES QUILT , JUST RECEIVED, AtBERNHEIMKR'S. j«* For Sale. rpiIB Ware-house and Lot opposite thcRailroad 1 'l? tZ; Lot* iît ÄV r. Also, a well located Town Got, So by 85 reel ••R 1 * * * 4»! ■. H. HICKS, ATI JR NE Y AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW * Fatettx, Miss. GREAI CT RIOSITIES FRCM ITALY!! FASHIONABLE JEWELRY!! BEAUTIFUL ADORNMENTS! ftft. BRACELETS. BREAST PINS, EAR RINGS. "Tleeve buttons. 4. SHAWL PINS, o Carved Coral of the most finish and perfect work _it- f m . «»i,, ,< aiansmp, .or BERNHEIMEK*8. Axes'! » H BOXE* Collin« Axe« , 1U 14o». Cro«« Cut D»»i, Ï - bright Ox Chain»; 3 44 Can« »•««; 3» bbl». M«m Pork.just rcc«i»edby JJ. MASON doc4 _ # , auv «.mi l con _ ' rl ^ . -vr t G X ÎS h? X -A. JN J-J ^ • W E are agents for E. Carver A Co.'s célébra ted Gin Stand», tbe best made.-C m fur ish any size wanted. Have sample stands open inspection, ^e, $4 per saw. payable in 1st day of January. Cotton g nue .u.d. c»».n..»d *">««"' h *^" Lumber, Sash, Door*, Blinds, Ac. T HE subscriber», agents tor the Bagdad Mill* and Sash Factorv, near Pensacola; Florida, have continually on hand, a large assortment of ; Florida Yellow Pine Lumber, consisting of wide aud narrow Flooring, Ceiling, Ac.; also, Blinds,, Doors, Sash«-, glazed and unglaiicd; rough yel- ! low I'iue aud Cypre»-« [,nm»K-r. Laths, bhmgles | which will he sold in quantities to suit 1 Ac., all of purchasers, and upon favortblo terms. P ' ^ SIMPSON A DOUR. New baeiu, New Orleaus ( jan28-wly 21 Year* a Citlren of Port Gibson. JOSHUA KELLY I NFORMS his old friend* nud the public gene rally, that having established a new shop on th«- street that li**da from the Washington Hotel to the Railroad Depot, is now prepared to do all kind» of ■ ni- Wmrit m 11 f nd« done at short notice, PUurtaMm srork ^f >11 and in the most improved style of workmansnip._ He has now on hand a lot of Carts. 1 lows and solid Sweeps, built in the best manner. Thî pa tronage or his old customers and the public gen erally 1 « most respectfully solicited. Port Gibson, June 2 6, .858 ly _ (iln and MUI-Wrlshllns. rnHE»ol«rib.rrwpfCt4uUy luformstheciliïcn, ï-— "riiS Ba-jras/reK:- -J- **" 1 ,or "J» IroLuss. 1 — COLLIN A FOR 8ALF.. I T*'*" "r 'Ä ""LSSSr?i 5 SSS 3 L"i 44 '. pftniLZi ' Ä^rraiÄÄ "5BÎSÏX2 a*5Ss=^±^r i fortar».. applv to Tu MX XT A MW eTt * d1w <m« JAMES H, CAPERS, COMMISSION MERC II. AND DKAI.EB IN Pork, Rupp» Birins, Flour, &e., &c., NO. II, l/KTST *T., ANT,* ' riAlNT LOUIS, MO. E»- Ord ira solicite«! aod promptly filled. RrrzaFNCSS. -It B- Hunt, esq., Vicksburg; R I C. McfMy aud Dr.T. H- Caper* Rocky Spring. Mis«.; Joseph RcgAii, tsvuga. Miss., B. A rhamu. Utica. John \'^ingbam .k Co Grand C.ulf, Mi«.; T. Henderson * New ortenn«. L«. [■pH-Ij From LoaUvlIle« v BBLS. Mb*« Pork, 10 K»ç* ol Kr«»h Lanl, tar »«le b W B. FUl Person. janl3 nu -*■ * IJIC. I« • ' . IJAVWÖ located at the rerideno. of Samuel IX Ciwp. Fs*q.. near Sidoo, }'* r ~ * ®^ nl 7; il.saiteippi. offers his profewioeal serviees to tbe people or that vicinity. ^lÄjy^-wly^ Very Fine. ft-^V-reus Mn t, 10 tierces Davis Hams J ;.-bl7 W B. rULKra^SQN. ! SOimUVEK FURNITURE WARER00M8. Establishment in the South. The Largest No*. 171 and 178 Canal Street. ALL NEW GOODS. 1 1 T HB undersigned having splendid assortment of NEW S0U1ÎERN FURNITURE. Is prepared to supply the trade aud famille« the moat liberal terms. Tbia being the only stock in tbe oily, purchasers will find it to advantage to call and examine the goods and learn tbe prices Iwfore purchasing elsewhere. Will keep constantly on hand— Marble, Sofa and Centre Tables, Extension Ta Tablet, Drewring Tables, Walnut and Cherry Dining Tables, Oak, Mahog any and Roaewood Sideboards. Bureaus of Walnut, Rosewood and Mahogany. Armoire, Washstands, Bedsteads. Parlor Chairs, Tete-a-Tetes, Ottomans, Divans, Easy Chairs, Rockers, Etegcres, Secretaries and liooksases, Oak and Walnut Office Chairs, Dining-room Chairs, Childrens' Chairs and Rockers, Mahogany a nd Walnut Tea-poys and Light Stands. Hair, Moss and Spring Mattresses, Looking-glasses and Mating. Rosewood and Mahogany Parlor Sets -Togetb with every article usually found in a Furniture |, an entirc new Establishment, and 00 0 , d Stock 0Q hand Parchascr# wiU flpd U , ÜJ to their intere(lt to give thu Store a caU I l>cfore buying elsewhere, as the Proprietor is con fldeut that he can offer them newer styles of the most fashionable furniture, more snbstantiona "»***• »J greater bargains than any oth er house in the city. _' ' - New Orleans, October 30, 1856. Lumber for Sale. HAVE on hand at tnv Mill, 30,000 feet of Pine Lumber, which I will sell at $10 per t thousand feet, cash. augl4, 1858 tf. . opened a large and on 1 4 1 1 1 1 $ 2 S 1 2 CHARLES A. STEWART. 10-ly . 4 4 ft 4 3 ft 12 2 1 1 l I 1 i l "»< KecelV.d-60 bbl. .«pcrSo, Fl»nr, | J JQ bb|> l>ork) ß ,, prilBC Leaf Lard, ft bags primo Rio Coffee, ADAM WINTERS. 1 17 iron Pots, assorted sizes, 12 Skillets and Lids, 2 bags horse-shoe Nails 1000 lbs. Green Hams, nicely trimmed, 50 bbls. Thomaston Lime, 3 Vises, 8 kegs Nails. W. B. FULKERSON. 2 3 7 4 THAT RUCK WHEAT, JUST PROM NEW YORK. ? AS arrived, and is in store. dec22 II 2 J. S. MASON. STEWART & PINTARD, , um " i " ,fflu * i RODNLI , MISS. 2 4 ft A LL Plantation supplies furnished, payabh xi. out o( next crop, and advances made ou Cotton shipped to Hughes, Ilyllsted A Co., Ne* 1 3 Orleans. [nach 13-tf BOOXS. 8 to to A LARGE assortment of School, Law and Mis cellaneous Books, on band and for sale by JAS. H. KING A CO. M Hardware for Mechanic*. Spoke Augurs, Spirit Levels Spoke Shaves, Drawing Knives, Jack Planes, Smoothing do; p ore j 0 - Rabbet do; Guages, Screws and Butts, q l Socket Chisels, Brood Axe«, Hand do; Shingling Hatchets, Lathing do; Brace and BiU) p| ane Handles, Saw do: Rules,Flush Balt*. Boring Machines. Nails, Steel and Irou Squares, Augur Bit., C. S. Aafin, GimbM, 3«, .11 lower than ever at janl4 ; a ! j an 7 | prQ$ , 1 rlijr 5 • FORBES' Wagons!! Wagons!!! SUPERIOR Horse ; and Ox Wagon, on good terms. Apply 8. A W. WALKER. ( ORANGES ! ! RAISINS ! ! ! COCOANUT!!!! PECANS!!!!! ALMONMDS all fresh for Christmas. dec20 J. 8. MASON. if Lime and Cement. BBLS. Rosendale Cement ; fjX^J 50 bbls. Thomastown Lim», just to band, pov20 _ J. S. MASON. Oranges ! Orauges ! ! TOST received aoother 1000 of those elegant J Oranges. dec 22 1 6 J. 8. MAF ON. Blacksmith** Tools. 4 Sm : !h's Bellows, 30 and 32 ine* 1 doz Smith'* Tongs; 1-2 44 Sledge Hammers; 1 » Hand 4 Smith's Vices; 2 Anvil*;' Just received atj jaoltdw 1 I of X 7T> •" ' 3» FORBES' fri. D. SMITH. kHOLLOWAYflk.SMITH, To •oil co;tton:pactors |C0M MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 73 CaroudeletStreet, ^ N..O—L^ ' CONNELLY a CHAMPLIN, ootton raotoi-«, i - 50 —" NEW ORLEANS, LA. p BORGE CONNELLY and J.W. CHAMPLIN \JT have formed a business connection as Cot AND for ton Factors, ander the firm and stvle of Connelly Cbamplln, datiug from the 1st day of Septem her. 1858. Mr.Champlin will remove from Grand Gulf to New Orleans about tbe 1st day of June, next [apr24-ly Harrison Flour. UST rscsivsd, 26 bbls. of extra Harrison Flour—th* L ast J I . br,t brand oMd. t. 8 MASON P. A. HÜCK, PAINTBR OF r Pictures, Fla^s, Fresco, Carriages, Signs, AXD ORNAMENTS, Varnishing Kuriiltitr«, Paper Hanging, PAINTING IN GENERAL, ire., ROCKY 8PRING8, MISS. J apr.Vly , Refer to Dr. Thomas, Port Gibson, Mbs. To Planter* and Citizen*. xF you want Medicine,par« and fresh, your or X ders filled promptly, and preacriptious with at alt hours of the day or Lt. send them to 0. SHREVE, |# prugglst, Main st„ Port Oik« M 40 Hay, Corn and Oat*. QA TONS Hay; 100 bags bread Corn; 100 OU ou*h*l» Oats, just received and for sale by 1 my?; " 1 1 * W. B. FULKERSON. New Furniture at T. GARRISON'S HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS. O NE doz. floe Marble top Ma- ^ * N IT l/„ bogany, Rosewood and Wal Bureau*. J do», pedestal Bureau«, «uperior llaisb, 2" a reusing do assorted «tjlea and finish j 1 " marbl« top Washstands, aaaorted do marble top Sideboard«, fine Secretary What-Nots, aide and corner do 1" mahogany, walnut and plain Wardrobe«, Book Case«, aaaorted, mahog'y, walnut and plain extenaion table«, I Dining and Breakfast Table«, 2 " aqnare and round office do 4 44 work and candle Stand, fine, aaaorted. 1 ** fancy roaewood and mahogany 1" enclosed mab'y, walnutaod oak 1 " Minaea' dressing Bureaus, 1 " Toilet Stands. nut 3 <• 1: 1 j II 41 Stands, Washstands, Bedstead». 1 44 setts fine Octagon and Eclipse Bedsteads, 44 Cottage and Inn Roeewood do 44 Misses' single and double do 4 44 44 cottage and plain Trundle do 1 44 Cribs, assorted sises and styles, 1 44 Lounges; 10 setts spring bottoms, 1 44 fine and plain Hat stands, 1 44 marble top 8ofa and Center Tables, ■ gilt and mahogany frame Looking-glasses, $ setts bedroom furniture, complete, 2 44 quartett tables, la rosewood and mahog'y, Hair and moss Mattrasses, Double and single Lounges. Oil Flosr Carpeting, 18 feet wide. Piano Stools, Shower Baths. S 44 1 •4 2 44 I j I 1 j I ( I pJk ! j j ' I : Chain. 4 doz Parlor, rosewood.ma bogany and Walnut Chairs, 4 44 cane seat, ass'd styles and finish, Sofas, Tete-a-tetes and Divans, Ottomans. Footstools, ft 4 - cane seat, bent rim Chair*. wood, cane seat, bent rim Chairs, Jenny Lind split bottom 4 44 large arm and cane sewing Rockets misses' and child's chairs, assorted. 3 44 cane and wood seat table chairs, ass'td, Revolving Chairs. setts poacelain and brass wheel bed castors, ft 44 papers Carpet Tacks, 12 4 ' patent spring cloths pins, wire and tin Safes. Wooden Ware. large and small Tubs, foot Tubs and Keelers, cedar and painted Buckets, 2 44 Wash-boards, large and small Stands, 1 " butter-buckets and milk-piggins, wood bowls and trays, 1 44 fine Selves, l 44 steak mallets and rimmed dippers*. Willow-Ware. 1 44 »: 2 3 44 7 44 A* do 4 44 ? • • 44 2 • * ! ! 2 44 4 44 ft 44 1 44 3 44 «... J ^ Willow Hampers, large Clothes Boskets, market | Baskets, willow W agons and Labs, willow Cra dies, a few nice Door Mats, 8 doz. Shaker and plain Brooms, 4 doz half and hearth Brooms. Wagons. Iron axle 6, 4 and 2 horse Wa 8 0118 : iron axle large and small ix Wagons. Window Sasli. 12x18, 10x12 and 8x10 window sash, and glass to fit the Sash. Also, large Gloss, from 12x20 to | fair terms to good payers. I now wish my old j friends and customers, with mauy new ones, to come and buy liberally, pay promptly, and thus ! help the needy. Thankful for past favors, I hope to receive many more. T. GARRISON. Port Gibson, June 26, 1858. K. B.— Ordere filled immediately for Window Blinds, Sash. Doors, Ac. T. G. j Machine Belting. W E have • large stock of the Vulcanized Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes, 21 to 12 inches wide. Also, g-ain Cradles. Cutters, Fan Mills, Corn Shelters, spinning from straw Wheels, and an endless variety of equally useful, not ornamental articles. apr3 JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO. ^ ** OTS A!\l) KIIOES, JÜST TO HAND. 6 CASB*Nperi«rdo«bla back Roaaat«, 1 do Extra »iaa« 9 to 14, 3 do Boy's i , and do 3 do Nagro BooU. 2 do Man'» kip Brogan«, oetli J.8 MASON. M. KAUFMAN. XKW ARRIVALS.Or FALL ANDiWINTER »GOODS. WOULD ra.pactfullr announe« to tbe purchxaera • I Vty Good* end Clothing genenll.T, that I have now received my new and full «lock (rom New Orleana. 1 ana prepared to offer Planter« and the public generally great iudaeementa. My assortment of Negro and Bed Blanket«. Kerwya, Kentucky Jean« and Linsey a, Oaua bttrgt Lowell«, BooU and Shoes, Rasselt*, Hat« and Capa, Hardware, Crockery ware. Saddlery, Produce and Groceries all description«, comprise all the varietiee that are de sirable. Ia tha Taney department wil 1 be found all the all the that with rer. der. ted and NOVELTIES OP THE 8EA80H. the examination of which my gatron* are respectfully invited. My motto is a literal trade, hot suffer no ono to •oil cheapei than I do—especially for Oaeb. doefl Fresh Arrivals from New Orleans. KIT* No 1 Mackerel, 8 half and whole barrel* Noe. 1, 2 and'3, 1 barrel* Almonds and Texas Paeans. 10 quarter. 10 half and 4 boxe» Layer Raisin«. 2 barrels and 10 Keg* beet leaf Lard, 6 barrels Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sugars. 2 hogshead* choice new Sugar, 200 whole aod half boxesSardines, 20 boxes Star Candles, 20 bn ms No 1 Boston 8oap, 1 box Gunpowder end 60 pounds black Teas, 2 kega Pepper and Spice, and 10 lbs N utmege. 8 boxe« aaaorted F rails in their own juice, 2 44 Soda Crackers; g bbl Split Peas, 1 do«, qts. Otiro Oil ; Piekla* in gal A hf gal jars 10 boxes Western Beservs Cheese, 6 boxes English Dairy Chsess, 26 bags Shot, assorted siOes, 2 kegs aod 30 qr. kege Dupont s Rifle Powder,* 6 boxes Buckwheat, fresh. Potware, Xetttes, Axes, Noll«, Hoes, Traces, Cutlery, Plow Kloos, Ox and Log Chains 4 Stoneware of all kinds, for aal« by (doe«] M. KAUFMAN. 10 I L ime and Cement.—50 barrels Thomas ton, and 50 ban els Elton Lime, 20 barrels Rosendale ement, and 4 barrels Planter of Paris ast receiveby [feb6] W. B. FULKERSON. r inseys and Jeans-For sale as low as Lj can be purchased In this county, at julySl SPOONER FORBES. ing J ust Received -100 Coils extra Rope, 60 bales Western Hav, 100 bags White Bread Corn, 50 bnshels Ptastering^air. 1 bale Gunny Bags—and forsale by — H W. B. FULKERSON. Washington Hotel. T HE terms of Boarding at this House Ml ! are oash. Those who cannot or do not B(«| pay once a month, will please make arrangement» some where else for credit, for I cannot afford tc 40 u. M. O. HOPKINS, mmh^ß Proprietor. O POTATOES I.POTATOE8 r eux, SACKS Irish Petatet*. ja*t to I turnt J. ». MASON t* ■ 't : MANTTFAf! TORV 1UIU1 Ul ilUlUiVI/, CARRIAGE i j I T HE undersigned, thankfül for past favott, would call the attention of his friends and customers to the fact, that he still continues at 1 his old stand, where be is always on hand, and j ready to execute all kinds of ' « f i.l_( n BOTH HEW AND REPAIRING, in the best possible manner,to suit his customers , quality and price. He has, in connection , the above business, his as to with t He has good Smitha in bit employ, and will attend carefully to all orders^/L in that line of business. j Teems —Q3TAll bills due when presented. A. J. ANDERSON Port Gibson Sep. 28, 1858d&wly Patent Medicines. B ULL'S Sarsaparilla; Ayer's Cherry 'Hurley's do; Billing's Syrup I Hos tetters Ritters, Wistar's Balsam Wild Hoofiand's German do, Cherry, Moffatt's Bitters, Emanuel's Southern An j Oxygenated do, tidote, I Roe beck 's bl'd purifier Bosbyshell's Panacea, 1 Woodman's Cherry Ex- Swain's j pectorant, I Jayne's Expactorant, Bryan's ( Brown's Essence Jamal- fers, I ca Ginger, Philotoken, Fahnestock's Vermifuge Seltzer Aperiuot, Me Lane 's do Radway's Ready Jayne's do Radway's Resoh ! Markien's do Davis'Pain KHler, Mustang Liniment Washington Remedies, j Arabian do hall's Liniment, j Butler's Nerve A Bone Limerick's do ' Liniment Hayes' Liuiment, I Opoedeldoc, Ac., Ac., for sale by : oot28_ JAS. H. ust Received—20 barrels Mess Pork; y casks extra sugar cured Hams, new, for sale b __ W. B. FULKERSON. WARRANTED PURE! Pectoral do India C'holagogue Pulmonic Wa Relief, vent, KING A CO. J an 2 3 A FRESH supply of Irish Linens, L. CAMB. HANDKERCHIEFS, HEMSTITCH L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS, Received just now, by the undersigned, direct ! from England, in great variety, and large ! tity-CHEAP! CHEAP! BERNHEIM ER A BRO. quao novlO TO THE PUBLIC. »**he this opportunity to inform our | W friends and customer« that we are DAILY receiving and have in store tbe largest and most complete assortment of Western Produce and | BOYS' & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING W^OOD'S H*i r Restorative ; *». Mrs. Alien's Hair Restorative; Phalon's Hair Invigorator: Barry's Tricoperous; Lyon's Kathauon; for sale by oct28 Family Groceries now extant—all fresh, and of EST qualities, which we are anxious to sell, j Call soon. "A word to tbe wise.' 1 n«rv22 the B WALKERS'. Just Received, PER STEAMER BLACK. WARRIOR, An additional Assortment of At BEHNHEIMER'S. mayl For the Hair. J. H. KING A CO. BOXES good common Tobacco, forplan > tation use ; 5 half boxes superior Pan-cake Toliacco 10 cases heavy Mud fine Calf Boys' sewed do heavy and light Brogans.just rec'd at BERNHEIMER'S. 35 Boots ; do. assorted ; 15 • • 2 6 44 july!7 ThURROW'S Lexington Mastard, fresh from X> the manufacturer, for sale by oct28 J. H. KING A CO. Dailey's Genuine Puin Extractor Will subdue the pain and inflamation from ths se- verest burns or scalds in from one to twenty min- utes—and that it will heal the wounds without scar; and effectually cure Fever Sores—Piles— Salt Rheum—Iuflamatory Rhu mat ism—Sore aad Inflamed Eyes — Cuts — Wounds—Bruises—Old and Inveterate Sores—Scald Head—Corns and Bnnions— ons—Chilb Fel Ery si pelas —Sprains—Swellings — ilains—Bites of Insect*—Swelled and Broken Breast—Sore Nipples—Eruptions—and all other inflamatory and cutaneonsdiseases, where the parts affected con be reached. Doa't be credulous about tbe many diseases named to be cured by only on« thing— that the few, bat positive properties which the Dailey Salve alone contains, and as heretofore enumerated—one to four—can reach the aforemen tioned diseases, but many more not enumerated Query.—Do not rkollar brko physicians prk SCRIBB CALOMEL INWARDLY KOK SORBS OF DIFFKKKNT DISEASES ! ,25#"Each box of Genuine Dallxy's Pain Ex tractor has upon it a Steel Plats Engraved Label with the aignaturc of C. V. CLICKNER A CO., proprietors, and HENRY DALLEY. manufactu rer. All others are counterfeit. Price 2ft eta der. box. All orders should be addressed to J. WRIGHT A CO., Chartres st., New Orleana 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. t reflect, Land Tor Sale* OFFER for sale, on good terms, either for cash credit, Ü40 ecres of Wood Land, part of which is branch bottom, and part pine ridge Innd, adjoining Bnrdee Segrist and Wm. Neill, on the lower Brandywine road. To any one wishing such land, I will gi\e a bargain. Apply to S. VAN VOR1S. mayl I or Near Winters' Saw Mill. JEWELRY STORE. AVING purchased a portion of tbe itock of Jewelry owned by F. Buck ingham, and made liberal additions to the same, I have commenced the Jewelry business one door below Messrs. Bernbeimer A Bro., where I will be pleased to attend to the wants 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. aprl7-tf ii GEORGE WILD. junl3 —- Comething New.—Metaiic fastenings for O Bands, and Lace Leather for same, just re ceived and for sale by SPOONER FORBES. RECEIVED, [TEN BOXES TOBACCO«* I or a srrr.aio* xtnt> and sxoxllbnt flato«, d««14 At BERNHEIMER'ß. BROUGHTON & KUO,, AT THE OLD BRICK STORE, CORNER OF COMMERCE .t MAGNOLIA St., Rodney, Mi**. Spring; Stylo®, 1850 . R iel» Grenadine Robes, Rich Barege do Rfcb Organdies, In side stripe, two and j three flounces, and doable skirt Organdies, Plain Organdies, French Jaconets and Lawns, Percale Printed Robes, Plain Bareges, G lasse Silks, Rich silk Robes. Lace Mantle», Embroidered Mantles, white and black, Setts In Valenciennes Collars aod sleeves, Maltese Linen embrold Embroidered Collars, Sleeves, , , .1 ■ <1 «t 14 44 41 14 44 I) Linen Setts, Breakfast sett*, Victoria Misses setts Collar and Sleeves, Collars, In fasts' Robes and Waists, Barege Shawls, Skeleton Hoop Skirts, Malakoffdo.. steel extension —a new article, can be put in a band box, or in any small box. Corded hoop skirts, Embroidered L. C. Handkerchiefs, Worked Bands, Edgings and I user tings, Kid and silk Gloves, Fans and Parasols, Beau ti fiers. French, English and American Prints, And all ai tides wanted for Ladies' use. Will be glad to show goods to tbe ladies, and without charge. j do it Clothing. A full assortment of Gents' and Boys' -Summer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ac., Ac. Provisions* Cape Jessamine "Extra St. Louis Flour, "Stagg's" celebrated sugar cured Dnfleld's do do do ft Hums. do do spiced rounds Beef in kits Mess beef, half barrels do dried beef, do Beef Tongues, - do Breakfast do do do do do do :on, No. 1 Leaf Lard, in Kegs, Bacon (clear and rib) Sides, S'u gar, Coffee and Rice. Staple Goods. 4-4 and i Lowels, Twilled Lowels, Russetta, Kentucky grey Jeans and Linsey, natural a new article for Negroes—same price and quality of the white. Kentucky Jeans and Linsey, white, Rope, Twine, and all articles wanted on a Plantation—ail of which we will sell on reasona ble terms, on twelve months' credit, or for CASH which we prefer. color, a BROUGHTON A BRO. Rodney, March 20. 1858. DRUGS, OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES U SED in Medicine, pat up in one lb., half lb. and quarter lb. bottles, warranted to be gen- j uine, and free from any adulteration. * r H F m i r r e a Of every kind which are used in the Southwest direct from the most extensive manufactures of the same m the Lnit*l States, warranted to be equal if not superior to any imported. P AT ENT M ED IC IN E S. Of every variety which have maintained any reputation before the public, embracing a very numerous list All new kinds will be obtained when desired, and furnished at Northern aud Eastern prices. «-Tvn,/*™' /•>» «as tmnawmmiuin .-L WINDOW GLASS-PURE WJHITE LEAD AND OTHLIl I A1NTS. Direel from lh<- makers, inelnding several color ■rnu id in oil. Linseed Oil. Lard Oil. Turpentine varu.^liea, etc. PERFUMER Y . rom the extensive establishment of Jules Hauel, X. Bazin, H. P. A. W. C. Taylor, and A. W. Har rison, Philadelphia, including a superior assort ment of Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Colognes. Flori de. Lavander Water aud Extracts for the hand kerchief. For the Growth and Preservation of the ■ x ns Barry's fricopherous. Lyon's Kathaliron. Jayne's Hair Tonic, Balm Columbia, French Powders, Bazin's A Hauel 's Ox-Marrow, and other prepar ations of the kind. In addition to the above, a gres. variety of Fancy Akticijw, selected the present season, namely : Porte Monnaies, Card Ca ses, Papier Machic Port Folios, Fans, Toilet Bot ties etc. etc. Flavoring Extracts for Cooking. Lose, Vanilla, Orange, Feach, Celery. Pimento Lemon. Cinnamon, Ginger and Almond. Harrison's celebrated Inks, embracing Black, Blue, Red. Carmine, Indelible and Copying, put up in different sized bottles. LAMPS For burning Lard or Lard-Oil, from Cornelias Baker A Co., Philadelphia, Candelabra« aud their newly patented Candlesticks, with shades for tbe same, also extra LAMP SHADES, (paper and glass) Chimneys and Lamp Mats. A new assortment of WALL PATER, Fire Screens. Bordering Paper and wide paper, made express' y for window curtains Some newly painted Oil Win«ow Shades, from the manufacturer, Phi la., comprising several handsome patterns. Landx eth's Garden Seeds Of the growth of tho year 1853, just received and warranted ft-esh. Also, a variety of Fower Seeds BOQKS AND STATIONERY: My assortment of Books includes a large varie ty of new annuals and gift books for 1856, splen didly bound editions of poetical works, family Bi bles, small Bibles, testaments, prayer books, hv books, miscellaneous books of standard authors including a great variety or new works, novels toy books etc. î-EUacmalis. LXiatJ AND STATIONERY l Ledgers, Day, Record snd Memorandum Books of different sizes and styles of binding ; School Books t Quill*» and mimerons other articles which it is imposible to name in the limits of an advertisement, which will be found in my store, and all of which will be sold on as reasonable terms as at any establish ment in this section of the country. CHARLES SHREVE. mn Port Gibson, August 28.1858. Ten Thousand Yards of best Kentucky X Jeon* and Linseys, for sale at extremely low prices, and on jan!9 f/i ir usual accommodating terms. JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO. Cigar« and Tobacco. A LARGE supply of Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, on band and for sale by H. CARPENTER t CO. ROLLS very superior Wad! Paper; 30 Fire Screen»? . A large lot of Window Shades, iuet rsaeirod and for «aie by 'unU A 500 Curtain« aad JL K. LEONARD. r Ü St., BKADV & DAY GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT; TRET, Loui*viH«,Ki . and j MANt'PACTlRjBHN' AUEXT« fOR | * Machine Rop«, Bagging, Jeans, Linseys/ Particular attention paid to filling Sol ern orders. d&w § * sT 1 ; Just frotttl Louisville. fvA BBL8. Mem Pork, for »ale by feb7 w. b Fût J«i*t KtceiTfil. 5 BBLS. old Bourbon Whisky, 20 bbls. Mess Pork, 2 " Cider Vinegar, 2 casks clear Sides, 1 44 plain sugar cured Hams, 1 •* Fall city suhar cured Hams, 20 boxes star Candles. J 1 bbl dried Apples—in stolw and foi- sale M W. B. FULKERSON. I feb7 S. C. Hams. D. Beef, B. Tongues. J UST received—Sugar cured Hams, new; Dried Beef, new; Beef Tongues, new ; At WALKER'S. dee 12 I Just Received, BOXES star Candles, 20 half boxes do 1ft bbls. Apples and Potatoes; 4 Winter strained Lard OU. for said W. B. FULKERSON. 1 nov28 To Merchant*. T HE Merchants of Port Gibson are requested to add up the amount of their invoices (not their sales) Irom the lifjanuary, 1858, to tbe 1st January, 18Ô9, and be ready in a moment'* time to give them in, as I have bat three days in which to make my report. JM I WM MeKLEVER FRESH FROM SAINT LOUIS ! JUST RECEIVED, Forty Barrels New Wheat Flour sepll dAw BETHEA. H. S. FULKERSON, Baying Commission Merchant, NO. 84, COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS , LA. rplil uixi»n'ift)«d having looted in N*w Orion» to rn A *»«• •x*1u«It»I* in th* Buying rommiwioii hanin»«». tali»» thU opportunity to «ay to th» public that atrlrt ptr 'f* 4 ^ »««ntion will bagivan to the purchane of (iro<« rloe, Produce. Dry Good-. Hardware, Ac , Ac., for t)w>re who «hall faror him with their ordere. He will charge 2)» per cent, commluien on all pnr cha«ee and make no charge for «hipping. Money or Ite equivalent nn<t accompany all order* All good« purchased and shipped by him will be ioiured n theabaence of Inatruetion« to the contrary Along oxperieno in the hu«ine«« of the MiiMiwippi valley and a thorough acquaintance with the wanta of the people, encourage him to believe that he caa give »at I-fact Ion to thoae who »hall eulruat their buslaeu to him. oct2dA w3m. a II..S FULKER80N O - GalUtiu Arga« xnd Jrfftr.un Journal, copy to tko Worth oj flOraih nod-oad bill to thUofflc*. (»Ct tllf* lii'St ! j q ce „ iok _ m „ h |f th( ^ f ; . Axawn- W/IEELKM if WILSON'S SEWING «,,7^ **** ntT inrtnleti I or tam ' , V TTNOR sa i c at New Orleans prices. Also. Sew D ing Machine Needles, Bobbins and Thread CaU aud suc tlicm at GxRRl%os -« Furuillirc (Stwr , E. GRIFFITH, Agent he* W A WiLou'» Scwiug Machines, dcci6-d6t£wtf _ Kil ^ Screens anil Bed Testers,' rri ,... , . . r I^)GETHER with some newly painted Window .-L Shades, comprising several handsome put terns—all of which will be sold on verv reasima ble terms. sepl l-d C. SIIRKVE. Main street. Port Gibson. Just Received, BBT. extra Winter «lia Bed L.r«i Oil, 50 «aeks flue Salt: 1 i.. s* - coar«e SS LUlf -liven Meat 4 utter«; 250 lb« German Sle.l; M pairs Bora' Ru«>ett- ; 10,0(10 Kley« Metal Lined Caps; 2 and 12 quarter keg. Dupont'a Powder; 6 boxes ami 5 half boxe» Mar Caudle«; 0 roll» India Baggiug. in «tore and fur -ale be W B »TLKfcBH'N dtclO (àariUii Need. F RESH—Growth of 1858, at (Ierl4-ii&w4t P lows.—85 of Hnll'snndfJabez King's Plows Nos. 1 and 2, just received and for sale by" fob«, W. B. FULKERSON. J ust Received —2 large smiths' Bellows; 2 mouse-hole Anvils; 2 boxed vices; 25 kegs assorted Nails; 7 qts. and half kegs Powder; 71 lbs. best assorted Caststcol ; 100 pieces potware, consisting of wash kcttlM, Ovens, Pots, skillets, odd lids, Ac., Ac; 15 Grindstones; ft doz. Brooms, 2 doz. Washboards; 1 doz coarse sifters; 1 bbl white Beans; 1 do dried Peachas; 1 do dried Apples; 1 box soap; 50 milk crocks; 40 one gailotf Jugs ; 4 8 gallon Jars—all for sale for cash by jonSO W. B. FULKERSON. B ulk Pork signment, and for sale b Maf. FORBES' -| .1 w 10,000 lb«., received on con - . FULKERSON. w. llr» J. C hambliss, H AVING concluded to locate permanently fo^ the practice of hi* profession in Claiborne and Jefferson counties, may be found at the resi dence of his father, Gen. P. C. Chambliss, near the Claiborne and Jefferson Line, when not pro fessionally engaged. He respectfully tenders bisf professional rerrices to the citizens of that vf> cnity. Feb. 10, 1856. ust Received—100 bbls Mess Pork. 50 kegs Prime Leaf Lard, 6 casks Clear Side*, 10 tierces extra sugar-cured bams, 100 Green Ham*, 2 hhds brown Sugar, |1 32 inch Bellows. W. B. FULKERSON. mcb!3 Notice ! ! ! ! G OODS of all descriptions can be purchased of me, for cash, or on a credit, at a great re duction from former prices. Call and see ! julySl SPOONER FORBES. FREE OF YELLOW FEVER. E would inform our friends and 4b* public in general, that we have just received, by THE OVERLAND TRADERS' EXPRESS,! FROM XKW TOUX, w A large assortment of -CLOTH IJN G , Which we offer for sale.. asp31 dAw FKANKKNBÜ6H A XNGLKSING COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! 8,000 Barrels, EST Pittsburg Coal, just rsceived by JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO. Graad.Gi^lf J»n. 28, 1859, B %