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EDUCATIONAL,
v French and English
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY-SCHLCL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
I 'll K Miete» B*«»*»oox.from LoulmilU, Ky , »II ,»
Ubtlah a School tot Toung ladle, in Port Q , 0D
Mi«m to eoiamenee oa the
1st Monday In October.
A» tbay design making It a permaoeut aad Brat clasa
y, they hope te meet with their full share of pat
trorn the «ttaena. aa well ei from the surrounding
». Ai* the breathe* taught pertaining to a th«
kngl . sa education; and unusual (acuities afforded
te r acquitta the French language
Cl reel are, and all nreesnary Information, may he ob
tained '»y c.lung «a the Prtecipal, Mis* H. Barbaroux
who will be et tue reeMeaee of Hr. J. S Meson, until tbs
epeaiegwf the school.
Ter»«»« par Session of Pirn SI ont h».
Boarding, including Waahlbg, Vaet. Light«, with
KtidlUb Tuition ....;.. ,f loo
Pay Scholar* .
Music oo PUno
k< au< ...
ronage
m wtr
rough
. 24 0 «.
. 30 90
• A «0
. 30 Ob
. 3* fo
. 24 U0
. 20 00
. 20 >0
. 20 00
. 10 OO
•A
U use of Piano
1
Maate oa Outtar....
Vocal Ma.ie.
Ersuch taught one heur eeeh day)...
Drawing «od Paint mg in Water colors
ilPainUng . ...
• »e i -work
Waa.work. Paper-Bower»,Re., aaeh .
Voeal Maate ia elaaaas, no charge.
»■' F.
1FB1ENCK8
Mr J. S Ms so*. Port Gibson; Mr i. T. Mooaa, Port
3ibaon; Mr. W H- Drake, Waterproof, La.; Rt Rev
lliahop Klsii. Matches, Misa.; Prof Noblb IIIti an.Lou
iaville, Ky ; Prof W«. Bason, do.; lion. Gsannrr On
csn. do.; -Her Jsm«s UasiK, do.; Maaars. Hbwitt, Noa
ron hCo., Now Utloana; lion Pliaag Socli. New Or
•apt.4 —
LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL
r |MlE nuit annual bcmiou of this iustituliou
1 will open on the
Secowl Monday in September, 1858.
And close oo the Friday before the Fourth of July
following..
Patrons of the school may rely upon it, that
every vlt'ort of the Principal ahull be uvvoted to
the purpurn of tho rapid aud thorough advance
ment iu learning of the pupils eutrueted to his
:barge.
TUITION
will b« according to claaue*, and due when the
student ia enrolled, or the bill presented ; no de
duction being made for absence except i
of protracted aiokneaa.
First Class—J ust beginning with Letters
and First Reader, per Session of Ten
.*20 00
Skco.nd Class— in Spelling, Second Reader,
Geography, Arithmetic, and Penmanship 40 00
Tuikd Clash—I n Spelling and Defining,
Third Reader, History of the United
State*. Geography, Arithmetic, aud Peu
muiiutiip... 50 00
focRruC lash— lnSpelliugand Dérivation,
Universal History. Geography, English
Grammar, and Composition. 00 00
I I mi Clam*—I n English Composition-. La
tin, Greek, or French Language, Algebra
oi G'wwnctry, etc., etc. 70 00
Z. M. LAWRENCE.
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Port Gibeou, August 14, ldöd.ly
j PORT GIBSON BR ASHE AH
TfMTJYfffTO
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WVVil 1
on
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Will resume its Ninth Session on
Wednesday^ (lie I5llt September.
fllllE schob. tic year will be divided into two
X Mmiona of tweuty weeks each.
Instruction will be gives is tbe English, French,
and Latin Language*.
Musia upon the Piano. Guitar aud Organ. Also.
Drawtug, t'ainliug and Needle-work taught.
Miss M. Marvin, Principal,
küss K. Da»i«imt, Assistant Teacher In English,
Latin, French. Drawing. Fainting, etc.
— T<*achef of Mathematics, Ac.
a.
Mi«*
Mi* B. P. Pooi.K. Teacher In Music.
AI»** A. Poole, A»*isunt T'-acher of Music.
tai
to

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TERMS:
Instruction in the English branches per ses. $25
French, German. Latiu and Spanish each
Music...
Use ol Instrument*.
Drawiug aud Needle-work, each.
Grecian Painting.....
incidental*..... . I
Board, including Wtudiing, Fuel and Light*«, tb
NodeducANmwill be made from the time of en
tering to wJEm of the session. Charges will
also be cràdddui the extra* from the time ol cotn
raenccmSnt to the end of the *es*ion.
Port Gibson, August 14, 1858.
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30
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PORT GIBSON FEMALE
Collegiate Academy.
Will eoamenca IU aaxt dawdan
in Wednesday, September 22nd, 18>
*IIK DeMutlt year will ba divided into two Tar u
twenty we«*-«»-U.
I l l HOT PEU TCHTIÎ
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to
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into
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and.
the
any
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Let
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SIS 0
2ft 0«
25 IK
Primary Department
F.eparatury. ....
F.aabtnan xud Sophomore Cla**a*.
Junior aud S-ntor dl»*a»«. arabrreing lllu*
train,n- and Kx t >«riui«aU In Plillo«opby
..
Mu,ic (extra! .
3o Of
3ft 00
and Cheiui-tr
InstrnraanUl
U»a of In*trUaeut,.
French or Laatin. (extra,) ..
D.awing (plain) ..
jet Faluiini;...
V7ax Flowers,'.
U. namantal Needle-work, .
h. lioner
Baa d,
Voeal Moalc, (extia).
No deduction wilt he made from tho price* of Tuition
- a lat« entcajM«. unlaw it ia two raonib* or more after
opening. After en raac«. no deduction will be made for
abaooco. nnlaaaia caea* of ft» dly removal*, protracted III
new. or oxpre*« arrangement
I» Charge* due at tho time of en trance.
ÎSjdl-Iy * JONES, President.
5 00
lü 00
t> oo
.. 20 00
.. 12 00
.. 10 00
1 M
Wff* ##«»*»•»•»#••.«»•'
Wa«hing. Fu 1 and Lights
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' lug
of
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PORT GIBSON CARRIAGE FACTORY,
ooasaa or caraca md oabeoli. srs,
PORT GIBSON. MISS.
Vfcil
is
ver
JAMÉS WYLIE, Proprietor.
H AVING e*tat»li*h«Hl, permanently, a Coach
Factory at the above place. I am now en
gaged in manufacturing in the very best style,
.Coaches,
Landaus,
Broughams.
. Coupees, *
Bret«,
V«t
that
in
trial
Rockaways,
Buggies. ■
Sulkies,
And «very description of Carriage known to the
• business.
1 have, without regard to expense, secured the
* i vices of experienced and excellent workmen
tu every branch of my basinets, and baviog se
lected my material« with great care from the best
markets. I feel confident that I can put up wor*
in better style, and upon better terms, than any
other establishmeot ia the South ; and with the
advantage# which I poe#ess I can repair and retit
carnal* upon better terms and neater (in ish than
any faXory in the southern country. Tbe induce
ments which 1 Offer, iu relation to style, finish
and terms, are without a parallel in this or any
other market ia the South.
N. B. - All bills due when presented. mch4
/
tory
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kept
the
the
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work
Mo
can
IXOCK.T FLOUR I FLOUR t
BARRELS Ht Lowi* Floor, Jaet to band.
50
L4NMIMI.
DOT*
celve
iooa
uat Received—A fine lot of new Bacon
's extra Flour, that cant'
P. BbTHEA
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Hams. Also, Fagan
[ jotaSO]
b# beat.
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Tilt; Bi.Si SKIVING >11(11 INK
plantation
FOB
AND FAMILY USE. i
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UNIVERSAL 8 U 0 C 888
Tlie Best Evidence of Merit
4i ai Ü / oi <& JJ .A Ji ui ôi
27,000 MACHINES SOLD!
TUE UNIVERSAL SUCCESS OK IIIE
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MAOECI3XTE,
1 r llaa been such a* tu establish IU reputation as being *u
pri.o. tu mloihm«. ihe.e Mae trim* now rejoice iu the ;
sub.Uutiat toward of the Urgr»t patrouage ever bmiowed
upon any
EWING MA.OXZIKTXL
They are more aimpls than any other Machine made
being the only Machine which d tea not use a Bnuitte.
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Splendid Carved Rosewood, Kahoganv and Black!
Walnut Cases.
THE OBJECTION ABLE LEATHER PAD,
which causes so much troubla lu tha aomplicutvd Machin#
of Whaalur 4 Witaou, is not u-a<l iu the Umvar A li«*<-r
Machina. Any silk or cotton r»n b« mud from th* orig i
mat »pooh u iuwmitht troubh oj re-wimJiHg.

, The only MstciUne In Wbrk-Bous,
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is M4»U IT THU
GROVER & BAKER COMPANY.
tuxr also Max»
A recant number of the tLientidc American »tato* that
Grojrar A Bakeremploy ouahunlrad uudarty meumaki.g
Cabiuet*. inaddittuato the six nuudrad men they Uaraauj
ployed iu Ma» hiua*. •
The lollowiug Home Testimony of the »ucce-s of the
GROVBR A B.tKhlt MACUlNh ia taken ir.uu theedilo
rial* written by Col. Magiuuis. of the Tru« Delia.
K*tract- from kditonal, Daily True Delta.
T*® Macffwaa. Il.e iu.L-fit^abie agent o |
Qro*er A lia-e., the i atedtue* of tue uiiui.itrhed *u I un
•quailed •uwiiig IBM s no* wltLn are known fur and wide
atuouie oud a r»ad. by their name. h»aan en.iohle lira.
ol it, lor, unlike the agent« of other iiuitatiou-nf the*
uni ver silly appreciated iMcbittea, who have to l«h., r lik
aigffer* U» make a Mile, hi* only anxiety «, how he tut
he»i regulate tha rush upmi the empor.um. 11 (amp »irui *. |
»0 that b * »tuck may not entirely di*.ppe»f, belore ne» ;
cargoes arrive. We nave *eeu ia our time, many exirao .
dinary excitemeut» about new iuventina*. but never iwfo.e !
have •« met with aujr »1 title of public utility ehicîi h. I »
»0 tepidly commended il-eil lo popular favor a* the Giove |
A Beker »ewiug machine*. m fact, no Hcrouipli.hu.
bonne wile now considers her d»m-«tic e.Ubli, liment min
pie.« Witbnut it. Cout.lany in iucemeat merely ;wcuuiary I
tempt u* to *epeiate Horn Ibe "Organ ot tiie t'eopie. ' it
w u.dbe to ta»e au interest man invention like tbi>, which
bud* it* Way into every dwelling an l ia welcome ertryi
wlieie.
GROVKR k BAKER tfEWJNO M VCliiM.S hare
Ml
par-adad oil u(liars, ond ora tho only out. (bat < ou har.-lit.!
on lor |* il. ciiou ol uiachaui.m, fturahllity auJ»iuip icity iu
Ibair work.ug.
Wo boliovo it I» woll UD'l'-r.too I, tli.it the GKGVKit k !
BAKER SE •* l.XG MACU.NEsieia not only .
any uow attMUfot tuiod, Imt aava, in fact, in « gr.-a'
ure .U|Mr-aUa-l allot no. ». A «vhn uiaeUina may, in it*olf. I
•ppvat a .mall lualtor. but a* tki* i. a uli.itanau ago. *n<i
a. the utii.iouatro a» wail a. Ilia mau of »mall m«au». «am*
equally da.irou* ot »paudiug in* mouay jadictou.ly, it may
not be out of piaca to raverl ojca*ioualijr tu »tuubain tact» i
U|»**r;or I«
I4ll* It
The Ntlenildc American,
Apapor publiebail ia New Vurk. in a recant numb-r, Feb
ruary 1\ 114, »ay»:
XIcMT» (.ROVER A BAKER tnannîactareii mi l .old in
18.#, FUL'KIEEX TUOL'sAND eEWlxG MACHINES,
«od mute of the Slow oik-* t liait any oil. r puce. Their
factory i.al Hu-tou. but in thi.citv, (New York), lA«y r>M
flog Lib t'ahimrt Sinkers to produce Stands and Ut nainene
tai Coven for the Machines sold Tuey *cli a «r-at num
ber in -onlta America. aud m.tnyr areImugiit here«nd carried !
to England, by pcr»ou* letnrniuj; or going to live I'M».- .
There i* not »uv.ukbli-b iicn; iu thi* c.uu-ry. where .titcli
in# of «oy hind i«ltqan«d, in which Ute; iviaj Me, bine '
I« not employed, an I there ere lew pnvatr ftiuilte.iu wbuh
it U not au a<-kaowledged article of IrruLure.
The strength of the work done on tha GROVER .V IIA j
RKK MaOuINK ceiim t ba htrongvr *vt forth thau in tha
(tlinwii.grxtraetoi »letter from 1 ho» Il L. •> nt. E*q .«n j
Am* l ic»u w c-u(ieiu.ui »uw re idem at Sidney, Niw t.*uth
w.iea,d.i8dJ.uamy «.i»s. ,
" That a tent made in Melbourne.in 18âô. in which there
w*:« over ihre« tnouraud y»r-i. of «wiiigdo;,« wiib on« of j
GROVER A BdKEK s MACHINES, ana u »ingle -ram ni
that ha. uutaoou«ii theifoi(4/«.aiaiu,»e«ed i>yi nation with
« navdi« «nu twin«.
A» a lut tlier proof that GROVER it BAKER'.* MA
CHINE ia the beat, tue toilouii.g latter, are pre-entad. :
Eiaarui«. Tann. April 2, 18,8
In anawer to your en fuma- concerning tha Grover A
Bakt-r Sawing Mac .line i put i lia.-« d of you, 1 wi«h to give '
a lair ami impi iial cumpuri-on 1 uaia u**d a Macuiue •
in my a.t»oii.ameut, and aiiar a thorough aud long triai,
lonud it an uicoaveniaut an.. t,ouhle.ouie m*t htue. Tne
pei-oh who, una it um.t bo »ell rcqnaiuted wil'i inac.iiua. y
to opacité it »aoca>«iully. It lia- too mucti niachtuery aud
iU.huitla aud „tnar work ia trouideMime and Couiplicatad.
i next got a Wheeler & Wil-on in.,c(nn.-, aud after ta-ting
Uhtirly. luund it would not eater or It eaailv got* out ol
repair i the tirrea-l ma t >e aouud off the .pool« and run
into HliUitle*. and it wear* -o readily, that it i.found very
iucoiivi-aiaut for couLiuual u»«. It ia not adapted, either,
lorhe.ry wink, owing to all the*« iii-ouveniencc-. 1 put
j a-idu . ■!- nluai luae.iinasau*. afrer thoroughly te-liug the
UroVci ä Ba*er machine, pionounce it the very he*t, iu
«very le.peut It* »oik i-a* neat a» any machine can po.
uoty do, it i-eadly kept in order; the work i. done tioin
Iroin the ordit.aiy -pool*. It i* »* *peedy a- any other,
and. taking it all In all. I would rather pay five price* for
the Grover At Baker, than hare the Wheeler « iLoh at
any price 1 quilt, make cloth, aud do Une etilchiog in the
ahiil and light worauf mv c tablidiineul. lu Uct r do all
the work ol my laige e»vatd>.-.hoient. with thi* machine.—
Let me then recommend the Giover A B ,ker »ewiug Ma
chine to he the be-t in u*e.
Your* a* ever.
N. STILLMAN.
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lion. J G Harri«. Governor of Tanncea, writ*«:
*• My wife haa bad one of (Jruver *V Baker * Family Sew
' lug Matuiue, lot aoute time.and i am aati-hed that It i* <-ne
of tbe beat labor *atihg macnioe* that ha» lieen invented,
i take much pieaauie iu recommending it to the pu jlic."
Asa further convincing testimony n favor of the GRO
Vfcil A BAKER PLANTaTIU.n MACHINE, we Like
plea-me iupre ruling the following letter irom Hou J. B
iUmiiioB<I.Cuiied 8 Ute»a«aatorirom 0 outli Carolina, who
is weil known oa an extensiv« planter, having three laige
ptahtalioiM, on each of which, ore in coustaul use the Uro
ver St Ha*er Plantation Machine:
I
WattHlxGTOK, Dec. 11, 1SÔS.
Sir .—In reply to your lei ter, «oui.g my opiiJou ol Gro
V«t At uaket'k dewing Machine.*, I take pieaoire iu ».tying
that Brey har« mote than mainuiuaii my expectation*.
After trying and lemming other*. 1 have tnree ot them
in operation on my different place*, and after four year*
trial have no fault to And.
ble
Your* Re»pectlully,
J. U. UAMMON D.
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THE ONLY SEWING MACHINES SUITABLE FOR
Plantation l T oe,
Are tho»e u*ed at theexten-ive plantation clothing fac
tory of llehrard A Co. There are over two hundred girl*
■ t ».irk ou tho»e machine*, making up tbe very he»»ie»t
clothing They have at work twenty tight ot OnovKR A
Bxkkk's machine*, and *o very »impie i- the entire con
struction of the machinery th.it the machine* are run ten
hour* » day by *te»in power, all tbe year ruuud, and are
kept in perfect order. Me--r> llebn H k Co have tried
the Wheeler A Wilnonand Singer m »chine*, but And that
theüauTKK k Bakcr am the only kiod that will perform
the required work The clothing made on ihe.e machine*
1 » pronounced, by all planter* who have purcha*ed It, to
be far »tronger aud better aewed than any made by hand
work ; in fact, numerou« planter* teatify that the i k thing
outwear* any they have ever purchased, aud that tbe cloth
itself, heavy a* it l*. will give way before the work will rip
Mo * tronger proof of tbe «uperioiity of a sewing machine
can be pre »en led than the.« facts.
A
80UTEEBJ DEPOT,
HO 11 CAMP STREET, FEW ORLEANS. LA
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John G. Ilaatinsr» Jr. U duly authorised to
celve order* aud aell our Machine*. Ils will give iutract
iooa without charge, to all who have purchased
sprit—d4twly GRevKR k BAKER
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SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONVENTION
VICK 8 B 180 , May 10
Convention met
tiiis morning at 9 o'clock, pursuant
adjournment. President Clark, on ta
king (lie eliuir, made an address to tlic
convention.
Mr. Spratt, from the special committee
ôi on tiie supply of African labor, presented
three resolutions as a report, which, on
mol ion, wer relerred to the committee
*u- I'CKol IlliotlS.
the ; Ml\ Slil'att made ft «need* ill favor of
, . r . , [, ,, . „
Ins report, and tien. I. N D.tvs, of Pan
ola, lollowcd on the tame side.
Col. R. T Archer presented the resolu
tions of Claiborne county, favoring the
slave trade, aud made a speech in behalf!
of the resolutions.
llciiry Hughes, of Port Gibson, pre
I Rented and read a written address and I
I resolutions from ex-Oovernor McRae, in !
I ,..i,;, i. I . ,•
j which reference was made to the dtltj °l J (
J the American Government to American- J i
I ize Cuba and the Isthmus. The last
resolution t rgc* the Southern States to
i
EVKNIXG SFKHION.
G. V. Moody, of Port Gibson, read the
statutes of ten slave States against itn
I porting Africans with the view of making
I slaves ol them.
huh! ;i convention and insist, in C't*e u
Blitck Rc|>ublicun President bhould be
elecled.
MclittO rcsolll t ioiiR Tl'fcrred lO COI 1 T
Ititlce «II resolutions, wllicfi Consists of
, _ , . ... . .
tlilCC fl'Ulll CilCli .'State—\V 1[. JollllSOII,
,,l* VV'urr..,, a>liitirm iii
1 ,U 1
| '1*1^» Muy liiiiiiii to i > I* I lift flu* sitcecli i,f
I IKÎ rOHOI UllGU lO pilllt HIC ipUUI m
Pratt CU lifted II violent debate. GoV. H.
., . ■» . . -.. < .. I VI : si .
»iiftte IllttCI 7 0 |i|MJ 8 lllj(, &I 1 U M.lJ. Gell,
McOartllc approving.
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| CIISSloll Ol ttl<* KllbjCCt Wil. UcICi'ICtl Ulltll
; oViock t«»lllol loW CVCIlillir
. l, ' ltC ° Cl . K 1 ' ,nu,n '" 1
! Convention adjotll lied I lltil III lie (> ClOCk
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| wTHIIOrrOW (HOI lllll n
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Prof. DeBnw of LunisiaDR, made a
Arrival of the Steamer Adelaide.
Nkw York, May I0.—Tbe steumsliip
Adelaide Iimm arrived wiih Liverpool
dut -8 to ibe 30tii ult. Her advices report j
the wile« of cotton f*»r the week previous j
to her hilling, at 30,000 at irregu-j
lar quotation*. Middling, C^d ; aud
market unsettled.
Nkw Orleans, May 10.—Market flat!
and nm banned.
The fur titer di*
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Fresh Arrival*.
^ ^ACKS BHJ CCFi'EE—
ej 50 " coarse and line Salt,
10 boxes Star Candles,
Western Cheeae,
Soda Crackers—fresh,
Soap,
1 11 lid. choice Sugar,
Prime **
10 boxes Soap.
20 bbl*. Hinkeye Potatoes, for planting,
" table us*»,
5 -
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Northern Lake •*
20
extra Harrison's Flour.
Bonds' extra Bourbon Whisky,
Rectified
j ** Roll* India Bagging,
500 lb*. Gcrntau Steel, for sale by .
j jaiitldJtw W. B. FUL KERSON.
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, JEWELRY STOK IL !
__ ., , , _ i
j I^G purchased a portion of the
J.J. » lock of Jewelry owned by F. Buck- &fV
iughnin. and made liberal additions to tin- ti* èm
same. I have conitneHced the Jewelry basiues* ane
door below Messrs. Berubeiutcr A Bro.. wheri 1
will be pleased to,attend to i he wauls of tbe com
munity in the best manner possible. All repair-i
Old Gold and !
30
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' Hlg done
• Silver lake
tcstly ami promptly.
n iu payment for Jewelry. I
(rfiORGE WILD.
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To Merchant*.
fpHE Merchants of Port Gib on are requested
JL to add up the amount of their invokes i not #
. _ i . / , . _ iu?o of
their sales) Iroin the lit January. 18;>8. to the ...
1st January, 1859. and I.*« ready in n nioinent's |
'time to give them in, as I have but three day# in
which to make my report.
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WM McKFEVER
FRESH FROM S A i N Ï LOUIS!
JUST RECEIVED,
Forty Harrels New Wheat Flour
BETHEA.
8t'pll 'iA'.v
Get the Rest !
Question— H7,/cA it the best ?
Answer— WHEELER Sf WILSONS SEWING]
ui/nrii-i, .it, , j i- j j
MAC//1A L M the best ever tnven td for homily and
J'Umtation use!
F OR sale at New Orleans prices. Also Sew
llig Machine Needles. Bobbins and Thread. er
Call aud see them at Garrison's Furniture Store, reu
Star
E. GRIFFITH, Agent
for Wheeler A Wilsou'* Stwiug Muchioes.
declti-dtilAwtf
Fire Screens and Bed Testers,
rpoGETHER with some newly painted Window
I Shade*, comprising Severn handsome pat
ull of which will be sold on very reasoao
C. SHREVE.
Main street, l'ort Gibson.
tarns
ble t rms.
scpll-d
Just Received,
BBL extra Winter »trained Lard Oil,
50 *ack* fine Salt;
50 >l coarxe Halt;
Half deren Meat Cottera;
2 10 lb* Geimivn Steel;
pairs Boy*' Rua*ett*;
» Kley'* Met»l Lined Cap«;
2 keg* and 12 quarter keg* Dupont'» Powder ;
6 boxe* and 5 half boxe* Star Candle* ;
0 roll* India Bagging, in »torn and for «ale by
W B. FULKER80N.
1
1
nass
declO
RECEIVED,
TEN BOXES TOBACCO
OK A Sl'PKKIOK KIND AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR,
At BERNHEIM Ktt'g.
S
decl4
FREE OF YELLOW FEVER.
E would inform our friend* and the public | hind
in general that we bave juRt received, by
THE OVERLAND TRADERS' EXPRESS,
w
send
FROM NETT TORE,
A large assortment of
C L O T II FN G ,
and
Which we offer for sale.
»ep21 d A w
P low».—85 of Hall's and Jabez King's Plow#
Nos. 1 and 2, just received and for sale by
fehfi W B. FWaKERSON.
FRANKKNBUeH k BNGLK8ING.
nuts,
JAMES 11. KING X or.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
A r o. 6 Stamp»' Row,
iORT GIBSON. MISSISSIPPI,
Have on hand and will be constantly receiving
PURE DRUG3 AND MEDICINES,
— CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PATENT TIEDICINES,
! Perfumery, Paiuta.Oils, Dye Stuffs;
• , A GENERAL AS.HOUTME\T OK
met
Foolscap and Note Paper,
ta
tlic
on
ENVELOPES,
Paper Hangings, Tester Paper, Fire Screens,
. " 4-e. be. \e.
ALS», UAZlN S AND LVBDi'S
EX IB ACTS & COLOGNES,
Soaps and Essences,
And a thousand other articles usually k* pt in Drug
Stores having a compléta awortment.
*** Physicians' Prescriptions will receive
particular uttaatioa at all hoard of the day or
night. feb72
of
SOUTHERN MARBLE YARD.
SMITH fc STAPII,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
E would intorin the citizens of Pert Gibtsun
and hurrounding country, that we have per
manently located in this place, where we have
opened a Marble Yard, aud are prepared to till all
order* for
Monument», obelisks, Total*«, >Ia»Ule Mantle«
I &«-. Ac. Ia fact, everything that belong* to th«
! tril<k *- Tll0 r e wishing to erect Monuments to tbs
,• memory ot deceased trieods or relations, ate re
J ( j„ c ..t,.d to call and examine our stock before send
J i 1; r Ui t .j r order* elsewhere. [may8-ly
TA7
Tin anti Wood Ware
u
lONSTANLYon h-tn>i ami for «afo cheap
FORBES'
C
jat<14
harden *eed.
J l.'ST racffi»«4 a tar«« as»ortmeut of Lan-lreth* GAR
DL.> i -K U au i » (aw lioxo* of Aiiakar Aao-I.
dec. 21
I
A R. LEONARD
Jiiff Received,
Bbl« Fagan'* XXX choice extra St._Lou
Flour,
a
10
■to
huperflne
IS.rle* fn 1L Bagging,
"j Coil* h«M| ramie and mr chine Ko
1 BaleTwiue.
1 do 7-8 and 4-4 Heavy Lawei*.
1 do Kentucky dean* and l.iin*»y».
MKI l»,!«t Unable bm-k vak Cruued Uti-w
20 Bbls Me.-» I'o. k.
5 doBagxt Hou»e Mnl«»««*.
2ft do. Kentucky Rectifl. d \Yh:*ky
iu Half do.
60 Bark* Sue and coar.e Sa
2 Cask» clear Side*.
2 Tierce* Am.-»' .»ugar Cure Ham*
,j .Ȁ 1
*® ,fùd. S c^*" sugar,
i tinier« £»«t Sugar
j ,J Î Klc *
j i #w vii^ar. _ . .
03 uiàfi r m.kalkmaaS
j_
dtl
1
N
.
•Up
ia
150 Barrels Potatoes.
BBLS. of Maine Potatoes—same a*\those
(Jvr large ones lust year.
40 bbls Mesbuuocs,
50 •* Pink-eyes, -
WeEteiu C'licese.
! 30 boxes superior Western Cheese.
Uoii Duller.
250 lbs Roll Rutter (Western.)
Dried Beef.
A good article, now in store.
Fresh Mackerel.
The freshest,flnrst and fattest and "CODFISH.,
feblO J. S. MASON
.
TTAS located at Port Gibson, and may be found
Tl at all hours at the Washington Hotel, ex
! ceSlog when be is responding to professional
i P ®
calls. .. . , .
Rkferencrr— Dr. P. A. W. Davis, iN ate R/. ,
Dr. J- P- Parker. PortGlhffOBJ Dr. W. H. Hol
combe. Waterproof; Col. Richard T* Archer,
Port Gibson,
!
n\>m/ao\ tii\G ;?!. u.
IIomœoi>attii*t
NEW GOODS
I —at — ^ ^ „ ,,
KIEFER'S CHEAP ST4) U E
j rpilK «nder.igncd ha* ju»t retarned from S4w Orlean*
X with slargu, new and well .elected »lock of
Dit Y
# . . „ to K h«w to
of every description, which lie will be nappy to *now vu
... whuuMrgiv» hiiu *c*!l. Hi* new »uppiie* con*i»t iu
| j^ft of the foiioaingarticle«:
French CaMlm-re Ruba*. latest *tyle; Silk ManlltU*
Wo den IMaid«; a nice lot of Velvet Trimmings, and eve
rytliing that i - a*uatly kept iu a Dry Good* store .J
L'LOTiIING
A ful1 £ ear
MDDLEMl
A «mail but well »elected stock.
BOOTS ANorsiiors
A large and H ie a**oi trannt, of every description, for
Ladie», .Men and Children.
PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Linseya. Jean*. Bt*nket*of every deecription. Bagging,
Rope and Twine, extra *is«d Ru-*ett* Ac.
o . n " °°"f " Biuoul . a ,.* a
Cedar Pali*, Tub* and Bucket«; Churas, Brooms, ana t a
^ 0 , otUer „tide* in th * line.
< 1 itOl'LUiES
„ lecU d *tock of frevh Groceria. of .vary de»
er h.Uon. oa hand. 2 » barrel« Fagan'« XXX Flour; 50b*r
reu good Family Flour, Clear 8 ,ue«; Sagar c re<i Ham* ;
ßugar ol »II quaiitie*. Coffee, ttofauaes; Lard; Bpvrm and
Star Candle*.
PANIC Y CBOCEKIB« -
Raikin», Cranberries, D ied Pruue* hy the pound, Split
Pea*, Almond*. Sardine*, and intny other good thing*.
Just
The
The
Economy.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP.
[aug 2 B]
WALKER'S.
10 boxe» ju*t.received at
Just Received.
CASK London Porter,
1 do Louisville Artesian Water, .
3 bbla
6 boxes and 10 by 12 boxes Star Candles,
10 bbl# Superfine Flour, for pale by
inch30 W- B. FULKERSON.
1

44
*.
A
For Sale.
Sacks of field P<;as. I'ricc $2 per bush
el. Apply at thi# office.
-
100
mcb4wft
$20 Reward.
S TOLEN or strayed from the subscriber, at Dr.
D. W. Jones', on the 27th Nov. 1858. a bay
horse. 15 hands high, a star tn tbe face, and One
Any persoo returning said
(■
| hind foot wliite.
horse will be rewarded as above.
N. B. WILKINSON.
jan28-wtf Pattena. Mia#. '
Raymond Gazette copy three times aud
send lull to this office.
N
Klcme Superior Figs.
QUARTER DRUMS—Texas Pecans,
large and fine. Brazil Nnts. Fresh
and sweet soft shelled Almonds, and Cocoa*
WALKERS'
100
nuts, at.
S. B. A W. E. Walker,
Ci ROC KHH,
AND 1IKAL2BS ZN ALL KIND» Of
Family Supplies, Liquors, Wines,
CIUjIRS , ire.,
Main street, Port Qibsen, Mi*».
BRANDIES.
AIT K »re tecaiving aud Imre in «tore—
If 5 qu. ter >-**k* K II. Gudard Bra ><1y ;
3 nail pip*, otard. Dupy
3 quarter pipe* pale do
The above article* were «elected with the greatest cere
«nl ein not fail to plea»«. («epTO 4) W ALKKItV
k Co '• Brandy ;
do do;
Champagne Wines.
TOf
as. Heidxieck ;
\\TK »re receiving «ud h*»e In sto
I Y 40 basket* quart* and pints Cta
10 Madam Cliquet :
.'I Oliven iu (HI;
m 29 4 «***« Olivf ü iu Liquor«.
Whisky.,
i! BBLS Cld Mounngshel« Whisky;
1/ 114 bbls. old Rye aud Bourbon Whisky :
27 kegs 5 gallons old Ky>- and Bourhou W.hlaky;
0 eases ht'ldle-Haga and Dew-Drop do
The Bbor-, Wh'nkte* are of the most celebrated brands,
and are of the very best qualities to he had.
m-p29-d At WALKER#'.
At WALKER*.
or
New Orleans.
tl'K are In receipt of ««sorted Uroroilrs. consisting in
» V part, of New Rice.
Crushed Loaf and Brown Sugar- ;
T
At
and Soda Hixcuits ;
Crarkn
Yeast I'owd-ji'x, DiiQicId U.iiu., Pickl»*, Sauce*.
Sirdlue*. Lobsters, Salmon,
Assorted Pie Emit«, green and black Tea*.
I'epper. Vinegar,Oils, aad many other article» toe
numerous to mention. [gep29dl At WALKERS'.
Saint Louis.
C 8 T recaived from St. Louis—
17 hhls. Irixh I'oUtocs; lo bbls.Ouiou*;
2 o boxas Western lha.-M> ingood order;
-7 keg* as.ortt-d Shot and Buck .-hot ;
4ft boxes Star Caudles ;
1ft (Mixes Opodeldoc Soap—and for sale
srp 20 -d Ü
.1
At W'ALKKRS'
Havana Clears.
»} W 11AA Assorted hi and* Cigars—a splendid as
sortmant^iust to baud.
■upffM At WALTER?
Porter and Ales.
CA?KS Barclay A 1'erkin*' London Porter';
1ft casks K. B. Bya**' London Potter;
4 do
5 do A-rol'» Scotch Ale; also. Baker'« Bitter*.
German Hitters. Royal Windsor Bitters. Maraschino and
Curicco Cordial*. London Ginger Wine. Cherry Brandies.
A-..Ac.
just
2
15
Pale Ala;
<!<•
At WALKhll
*-p2ft-d

KK'iS Nail», a.aoited,
oct7
At WALKBR 8.
Porter and Ale.
B Y ASS' and Barclay &. Perkin*', qf* and
Duncan'* Imperial;
Muir & Sou'*, Jeffrey A Son**, and
East India Pale Ale, at
pt*;
WALKER'S.
rt:W LKflOlk
N
fiEW LEMONS.
NKW LEMONS.
At
At WALKER S.
oct7
Toy*, Toy*, Toy*.
D RUMS, of all kinds;
Small Wafer Bucket*;
" Foot Tub«;
Magic Lanterns;
off » B » Xrtk
Battles;
Dolls, of all kiinls,
1. R. Fijot-balls,
Tool ÇhestV
Savings Banks,
ABC
Dumb Watches,
Dark Lantem«,
Torpedoes, ;
Wheels, J
Bureaus, *
Sideboard«.
'V'ash Stauda i .
Book Cases, .
Bedsteads,
Cradles,
Dancing Ficures,
Tin Trumpets,
Claronetts,
Accor Jeun s,
Snakes,
India Rubber Toy*.
Swimming Men. Swaus and F she*.
Marble«,
Vmlii.*,
Violin String«,
Banjos, • .
Fites,
Guitar and Banjo String«,
Wagons.
Wheelbarrows,
Ten Pm«,'
Furniture, ot all kind«,
Mershaun Pipes.
Pipes, of alt kinds,
. False Faces,
Tin Wagon*.
Pewter Furniture,
Drawing Slates,
Tea Sets,
Traveling Locomotive«
Jeasharps,
Harmonicans,
Matche«, ot ail kinds,
Arithmetical Tables,
Dominoes,
Chess,
Graces,
Keleideseopes,
Glass Huxes,
Fish Hooks and Lines,
r isfols. , .*
Cigar Mouth Piece«
Tooth Brushes,
Candle Sticks,
Wax Candles,
Draughts,
And various other Toys, too numerous to men.
tion—for sale by
aeptl_
T
ba
He
er*
ges
fer
all
ous
2
A
tian
low.
and
can
1J
to
L
ly
and
every
of
1
with
he
orders
will
ranted.
y
H CARPENTER & CO.
Steel Extension
Valuing
S K I K T S , .
Just received And for sale by
jun5
f rankenbit§h a englesing.
A
•till
as
rience
they
share
CHARLES SHREVE
Has ok iiaxo
The choicest brands of Liquors,
Old London Dock Port Wine,
Old Madeira.
Ginger Wine,
French Cognac Brandy,
Bourbon Whisky, Ac., Ac.
The above are selected expressly for medicinal
purposes, and sold only in such cases
RECEIVED THIS DAY!
A
fresh supply of
- YOUTHS' and BOYS' CLOTHING,
ALL SIZES—ROTH PANTS AND COATS,
also a large lot of beautiful seta of
JACONET and
SWISS COLLARS
and SLEEVES,
LADIES' TALMA
CLOTH,
Cashmeres' De Lanes, and Plaid
£23

made
and
paired
so,
H«u*e
(■
FRENCH FLAN ELS.
S. BERNHEIM ER
N ov. S .
8.
O
Dr.
Congress Water,
AT
•'THE SHADES.* 1
marll
BY' b'i'A'IT: AUTHORITY
7
mi
*
tmußmWüK
<F
r\
H
L.,
1 f f
=
m
DEVOTED TO
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY'
(CHARTER PERPETUAI*. I
Cash Cl pita I,.8200,000,00
Cash Assets,-*
-* J 19,084.60
S L LOOMIS PerffiftCffT.
H. KELLOGG. Secret«rv.
in
Bram I: Oflic *. Ul toi<l :j.T V ( *
M, Ä! A GILL. G- livra' A^iii.i.
Agrntaln ihr» prlnripa! C ties rnd Tuwi « oi
the Union. Losto-s promptly paid. Applic*'it>nd
rtccived and policies !imii< <1 and renewed l<y
W. B. RULKRR80X. Agent.
« Port (fibsou. Mi Ha.
i 'bo 31 LfoHÖAN,
PER SHIP n.tNCRB.
T . A r> I K H ' F I.j A TS <
MEN'S HOYS, AND CHILDREN'S
HATS.
At prices that cannot b<- heat anywhere!
mays
.hi -t Cb cinmit!. 0.
mch5
I
8. BERNHEIM Ell & PRO.
Ilarreln extra A 1 Lard Oil;
2 barrel* burning Fluid; •
2 bbl* Lineml Oil ;
2 bbl*. apirit* Turpentine;
2 bbls Bourbon Whi*ky;
2 bills Alcohol;
« box« * line Chewing Tobacco;
21 casks fine Cognac Brnndy
1 cask line old .Madeira Wine*
1000 lit* pure White Lead ;
100 lb* fancy Color* in oil ;
6 doy. very superior Pocket Knivcu.j
:i do/ fine Razors;
A large lot of Perfumery and Fancy Articles
just received and for sale by
feb 20
2
A. R. LEONARD.
f
AltlvAIT! AIIEAII!
At tire Olrl Stand, Opposite the Court-Ilona« t 1
POUT GIBSON, MISS.
T HE undersigned heg« have to iyform tha
public that he has received, per recent arri
vals direct from New York, per steamer Cahaw
ba a full and assorted stock of—
Fall nutl Win tor'Good*.
He invitah tho attention of the public, and plant
er* particularly, to hi* very large and diversified
stock of merchandise. The method I pursue ol
keeping up my assortment, and superior adranta- J
ges for the purchase of Good*, enable me to of
fer eo buyer* inducements unsurpassed by any
other store iu this community. I a*k one and
all to examine my exteifrive assortment of vari
ous Goods before purchasing elsewhere,
sepll-d
»
L. KEIFER .
- a
•fust. Received,
2 STRAW CUTTERS;
I Corn Shelier;
3 Crain Cradles;
6 Scythe Blade»; for sale by
J«n«*19 W. B FULKERSON
Paints and Oil.
A LARGE stock constantly on hand, of White
Lead, snow white Zinc, super ZL;, Vene
tian Red, Yellow Ochre Chrome Green and Yel
low. Pari* Green, Raw and Burnt Seuua, raw
and burnt Umber and Zinc Dryers. The above
can all be had ground in oil, in quantities to suit
purchasers. Also, Paint Brushes of all sizes aud
varieties. sepll-d
C. 811 REVE.
WHY STARVE,!
TAUFFIKLD '8 IIAMS—New and good
1J BREAKFAST BACON—In boxe«
CORNED BEEF—In half bbl*. for Tamil» r _ _
CON RED BEEF—In kit*, nice enough
to eat. All tuv stove put up hy the unrivaled Dufflaid
Ju.tcome. (f»U2d( J g. MASON
U-r
THOMAS RYAN.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKEll,
L
'PHANKFUL for past favors, would most re
L spectfully inform the citizen# of Claiborne
county, and the public generally, that he still
continues t he above businea*, and keeps constant
ly on hand choice materia! of every description
and is prepared to manulacture, at short notice
every description of gentlemen's
Roots and Shoes,
of the latest style, bestqualityand neatest woik
mansbtp.
1 hose who have not favored him with tk-ir
custom heretofore, would do well to give him a
trial.»* all hisformercustomersare well pleased
with the quality and price of the work he man
ufactures.
Sine* returning to his old stand, Main ,treet
he will be happy to receive customers and fill all
orders with punctuality and dispatch. His
will speak for itself—all of which will be
ranted.
Having a full set of good journeymen, he
prepared to execute all orders punctual!r
sept 28 d&wly
y
work
war
E
h
Ü
A
NEW FIRM.
npHEundersigned would respectfully iufurn: tl.
A citizens of Claibornecounty, that they ore
•till prepared fully to answer all call« upon them
as ndertaker*. Having had considerable expe
rience iiKiiperintending the burial of the dead
they fee' confident of being able to render entire'
satisfaction. They would respectfully solicit a
share ot pul lie patroiagi
Sole proprietor« for Claiborne county of
FISKS NKW STYLE PATENT MKTAlIC
e
£23 xupûïiU cçy t*i sa « os
• Burial Cases always on band. Wooden Cnfl
made to order. Burial Clothes mpplied at th
shortest notice. All calls, night or day, will |
promptly attended to. •
Walnut or Mahogany Book Cases, Wardrobes
and Dining Table* made to or riot Furniture re
paired and Varnished an m shortest notice. Aril
so, all job* in the Cabinet lim made
H«u*e building and repairing ■ ontraeted
F00TK ftKAKB^
n «
9
to or
fff
ibsoa. Oct. 13. 1358
8. F. R. A BRAY.
Drs. ARRAY A THÖ
O FFER tbeir prefesetonal
«eus of Port Gibs**
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