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OPENING OF SPRING TRADE ! !
bkrniikimkr k. into. AVE Just received from NcwlYork, a eplen r.lid assortment of 1 VALENCIA SETTS, VALENCIA COLLARS, ILLUSION CAPES sutts SWISS AND JACONr.T SEI iS trimmed after the latest fashion. t-AL 80 j SPRING SILKS, DRAPERY MUSLINS, W»A lid many other articles suitable for the m niiiitvn or * on V COMING BEABUN. I ! kin, where they are prepared to * — * - " — ** ,ke to Older W agon* and I' lows of all d . , '"U i P|. () miring hr'tiudHine dune with neatness and dis tell Thev hare thu best of workmen in their ploy, and'expect to give perfect satisfaction to ( ibelr customers * I to Tit t." pit III ir i P. u , , \u iknir.il. Maki» pleasure in stating, that Mr. John w all. bsfrsti Hi* Mfchaiiie us 1 had him In iny ein ■ some three year«. do not hesitate to say — Bill work entrusted to him willi be| do "* * ^isnlike manner. T. J• war ■ft reb. InoH. 1,1 ft VI*. 5 tic iti'ury Am»- a Co < .Um. [ „p*T J. 8 . MA80T I 1 F feb32 NEW WAGON AND PLOW I MANUFACTORY.. ( > 11 N WALLS à CO. have opened a new Wa gou and Plow shop, at the old ^ « nd formerly occupied by T. J. c 2 s 4fkV * i ! <f » Hz Sàt PAIR MARSEILLES QUIL JUST RECEIVED. AtBERNHEIMER'S. For Sale. rp HE AV .ire-house and Lot op posite tbeRsilroad I will nd Ä wTiV r. Also, a well located Town Lot. J5 Iqr M U et J j.s «Asua. =- êr -nTrTw fl I E. H. Hlblta, À TU JENE Y AND COUNSELLOR ic5 A T LA W, ' F*tkttk. Miss. GRI. m ( l RlOSITII.s FROM ITALY I ! ASH ION ABLE JEWELRY!! BEAUTIFUL ADORNMENTS! 55. W ■ liACELETS. BREAST PINS. EAR RINGS. STUDS, SLEEVE BUTTONS, k ■ t SHAWL PINS, o Barrel Coral of the most finish and perfect w ork hansbip, for sale at fehl 5 < BERNH RIMER'S. Axes ! m BOXKS C«lHo* Aue* , 1 dot. Cro*« Cot !>*« , 2 " bright Ox Chalas; *2 * Can* lloMi 1 & bbls Mr« Pork, jurt rec«iv«Jby J ». MASON. ■•I i C. E. CARVER A CO.'S I CxIjST STANDS! U yE arc agents for E. Carver Sl Co.'s célébra- : ted Gin Stands, the best made. Can fur r ish any size wanted. Have sample stands open r or inspection. Price, $4 per saw, payable th « 1st day of January. Cotton ginued ou the ' stands command from one half to one cents l pound more than any other made. Ordcrsop cited. fmy8-3m1 W. P. HOLLOWAY A CO Lumber, Sash, Door», Blinds &c. I ^HE subscribers, agents for the Bagdad Mills and Sash Factory, near Pensacola; Florida. J have continually on hand, a large assortment of ■'Florida Yellow Pine Lumber, consisting of wide and narrow Flooring. Celling, Ac.; also, Blinds, Doors, Sashes, glazed and unglazed; rough yel low Pine and Cypress Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Ac., all of which will be sold in quantities to suit purchasers, and upon favorable terms. SIMPSON A DORR, New Basin, New Orleans all janS8-wly 24 Years a Citizen of Port Gib»#*. JOSHUA KELLY XNFORMS his old friends and the public gene I rail v that having established a new shop on the street that lo»d» from the Washington Hotel the Railroad Depot, is now prepared to do all kind, of w . Wagon and Blacksmith Work. Plantation work of all kinds done at short notice, and in the most improved style of workmanship. Ho has now on hand a lot of Carts. Plows and solid Sweeps, built in the best manner. The pa tronage of his old customers and the public geu crally is most respectfully solicited. Port Gibson, June 26, .'858-ly I ■ • w. Gin and MlU-Wrightiuff. milE subscriber respectfully Informs thecitizcns A of Claiborne county, that he is prepared to build Running-gear and Presses, and all work pertaining to the business. He will promptly at tend to all work entrusted to him. Terms libe ral. I am also agent for Clark's Mill*. A. O* t. ILLIAAIo. febC-ly COLLIN A FOR SALK. I OrPER for *it* my re*idene<>, known *• 'Collin«. •iid.»Hu«i«t *lu»04t within thr environ* of Port Gih *<fi.with »11 the »lv*nUge<*nl oonrenience* of both« lown «tri eo'intry residence. The plerecontain* 140 ocrer with woodland *u!ll?i*nt for dre wood purpose*. The l»sr rUlog I« large. h*nt*oioo. *t»d built in modern *tyle. K I the out-hou-Mi* »nt »ppurten»nce4 essential to conre niene<*; go >d Cistnrn*; «nd the grounds handsomely laid .. it with U«n in front, sod a Une leading to the entrance of one of the streets of the town. The Dwelling i s »itua ijd on an «located spot.and the resilience ii in all respect* one of the most comfortable In the State. for terra*, apply to WM. STOWEESof oTtAdlw JUDGE STAMPS. X JAMES H. CAPERS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND DEALER IN Pork, Hope, Baling, Floor, &c., ,&c., NO. 11, LOCCBT ST., J SAINT LOUIS, MO. * oy Orders solicited and promptly fill«d. REPKBKNCEd. — H. B. Hunt, esq., Vicksburg; R C McCay and Dr. T. II..Capers, Rocky Springs Mis*.; Joseph Regan, Cavuga. Mis«.; B. A. Beau champ. Utic*- Mi**-: John Buckingham k Co Pr ui.l Gulf, Mi**.; T. Henderson k Peale, New Orleans. La. [my22-ly From Louisville. BBI.S. Mess Pork, Kajvs of r resh LzrJ, for sale by W.B FULKERSON. 20 10 janlî | or DR. T. S. GIBSON, K'q located at the residence of Samuel J ' g*., Sidoo, Carroll county, . • •» r . hi* professional services to the KviciuilJ 9L^' - « * ? h n « - and quartier boxjM, »nd j xtra,»t WALKERS' | ■ I SOUTHNEIt FURNITURE WAREROOMS. T IlE underaI ff ,led haviu ff «H * 11 * 1 a ,ar *« and »pleudld assortment of NgW SOUHEHN FURNITURE. j g prepared to supply the trade and families on the most liberal terms. This being the only new stock in the city, purchasers will find it to their ; advantage to call and examine the goods and lean! the prices before purchasing elsewhere. I Will keep constantly on hand— Marble, Sofa and Centre Tables, Extension Ta bles of Mahogany, Walnut Work and Card Tables, Dressing Tables, Walnut, and Cherry Dining Tables, Oak, Mahog any and Rosewood Sideboards. ! Bureaus of Walnut, Rosewood and Mahogany. Armoirs, Washstands, Bedsteads. Parlor Chairs, Te t e-a- T e tes , Otto 1 ^ * U ^ nd **BiookeMee! () j£ andWalnut Office Chairs, Dining-room Chairs, Childrens' Chairs and Rockers ifahogany and Walnut Tea-poys and Light Stands. ( JUlr. Moss and Spring Mattresses, Looking-glasses and Matting. Rosewood and Mahogany Parlor Sets—Togeth- I i with every article usually found in a Furniture ; Warehouse. . This Is an entire new Establishment, and QO ot( j stock on band. Purchasers will flrd it — rt-fct jj. t 0 their interest to give this Store a call before buving elsewhere, as the Proprietor is con rldent tbat he can offer them newer styles of the most fashionable furniture, more Bnbutantiona ^7 " d at greater bargains than any oth I er house in the city. The Largest Establishment in the South. Nos. 171 and 173 Canal Street. ALL NEW GOODS. I i 3 j 1 CHARLES A. STEWART. 10 -ly New Orleans, October 30,1856. ] Iu»< Received—60 bbls superfine Flour, J 2Q l|b , a Mefg pork 5 .. pr i me Leaf Lard, 6 bag» prime Rio Coffee, I 17 iron Pots, assorted sizes, 12 skill, -t» and Lids, 2 bags horse-shoe Nails 2 looo lbs. Green Haras, nicely trimmed, 50 bbls. Thomaston Lime, w 3 Vises, 8 kegs Nails. Lunbrr Tor Hale* HAVE on hand at my Mill, 30,000 feet ol 1'ine Lumber, which I will sell at S10 per thousand feet, cash. augl4, 1858-tf. ADAM WINTERS. 3 7 4 4 W. B. FULKERSON. 3 1 THAT HULK WHEAT, JU8T FROM NEW YORK. AS arrived, and is injstore. dec 22 II J. S. MASON. STEWART & PINTARD, ('oumiission A Produce Merchants, RODNEY, MISS. A LL Plantation supplies furnished, payabh out ot next crop, and advances made on Cotton shipped to Hughes, Hyllsted * Co., New < frleans. [mch 13-tf : 4 5 2 1 1 1 BOOKS. . LARGE assortment of School, Law and Mis cellaneous Books, on hand and for sale by JAS. H. KING A CO. A oct28 Hardware for Mechanic». Spoke Augurs, Spirit Levels Spoke Shaves, Drawing Knives, Jack Planes, Smoothing do; Fore do; Rabbet do: Guages, Screws and Butts, C. L. Socket Chisels, Broad Axes, Hand do; Shingling Hatchets, Lathing do; Brace and Bits, Plane Handles. Haw do: Rules,Flush Bdts, Boring Machines. Nails, Steel and Irou Squares, Augur Bits, C. S. Augurs, Gimblets, Files, all sorts, Compasses. Plyers, Tinner Chisels, Spear and Jackson's Rip and Panel Saws for sale lower than ever at jan!4 : FORBES' W agons ! ! W agons ! ! ! A SUPERIOR Horse_»nd Ox W'agon, on good term«. Apply S. A W. WALKER. jan7 If FIGS ! OR'ANGES! ! RAISINS ! ! ! COCOANUT !!!! PECANS!!!!! ALMONMDS all fresh for Christmas, dcc20 J. S. MASON. Lim( . HDll c ement. BBLS. Resendale Cement; OUJ 50 bbls. Tbomastown Lim j, just to band. nov2 ° / J.S. .MASON. Oranges ! Oranges ! ! J UST received another 1000 of those elegant Oranges. J. 8 . MA? ON. dec 22 BlackHiuitir» Tool»., 4 Smdh'a Bellows, 30 and 32 iuc 1 doz Smith's Tongs; 12 " Sledge Hammers; 1 a Hand 4 Smith's Vices; 2 Anvils; Just received at; jao!4dw w. r. MOLLOWAT. k IIOLLOWAY4fc„SMITH, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 73 Carondelet Street Nkw Orleans, La. S 1 FORBES' J. D. SMITH. ■ CONNELLY & CHAMPLIN, Cotton Factors, NO. 56 CARONDELET STREBT, , NEW ORLEANS, LA. BORGE CONNELLY and J. W. CHAMPLIN have formed a business connection as Cot Factors, under the firm and etvle of Connelly X Champlin, dating from the 1st day of Septem ber, 1858. Mr. Champlin will remove from Grand Gulf to New Orleans about the 1st day of June, next [apr24-ly a M Harrison Flour. J UST resolved. 25 bbl». of extra Harrieon Flour—the |ibe*tbraod u^d. Usd«] J- » MASON P. A. IIUCK, PAINTER OP Pictures, Flags, Fresco, Carriages, Signs, AND ORNAMENTS, Varnishing Furnitur«, Paper Hanging, PAINTING IN GENERAL, tfc., ROCKY 8 PRINGS, MISS. * K apr3-ly jtVRefer to Dr. Thomas, Port Gibson, Miss. To Planter» and Citizen». I F you want Medicine, pure and frnfr, yoar or | ders filled promptly, and prescriptions with neatness and dispatch, at all hours of the day or night »end them to C. SHREVE, Druggist, Main at., Port Gikr'o j | Hay, Corn and Oat». QA TONS Hay; 100 bag« bread Cora; 100 bushels Oats, just received and for sale by my22 W. B. FULKERSON, j New Furniture at T. GARRIS N 'S HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS. O KE doz. fine Marble top Mt-, ü * H I T U# bogauy, Hosewood and Wal- ™ Bureaus. 5 a or., pedestal Bureaus, superior - finish, I ** drawing do assorted styles and finish marniv top Waslistauds, a snorted do fln/secSurvWhat Not* .iJelnd»orner do • walnut.nd phi. w«d,ob«, Rook r&ma. assorted mnbog'y, walnut and'plain extension tables, Dining and Breakfast Tables, square and round office do work and caudle Stand, fine, assorted,_ MdM^dmah'y! wäfn^and^llwaiSäad^ Misses' dreeing Bureaus, Toilet Stands. ; * ^ f ( 1 |: 4 J J Bedstead*, j .4 setts fine Octagon and Eclipse Bedsteads, 3 » « Cottage and Inn Rosewood I " " Misses' single and double 14 " " cottage and plain Trundle I j Cribs, assorted sixes and styles, ; t „ Lounges; 10 setts spring bottoms. . 1 « fine and plain Hat stands. j „ mar bi e top Sofa and Center Tables, 2" gilt and mahogany frame Looking-glasses, $ g^t,, bedroom furniture, complete, 2 " quartett tables, in rosewood and raahog'y, j Iair and m0M Mattrasses, Double and single Lounge* 0 il Flosr Carpeting, 18 feet wide. nut 1 3 " it 4 " 1 " 4« 44 \ •I 1 do do 1 do Chairs . j „ , . ' 4 doz Parlor,rosewood.roa bogany and Walnut ^«40^ ! 4- cleT;t,«-d.i,i«. m Æ. fl rîî: rt tpip. and V^FJT\ ! Sofas, Tete-a-tetes and r\\\ ' Divans / : giSSS rim cane seat, bent rim C* ,a * ra * wood, cane seat, bent rim Chairs, Jenny Lind do split bottom do large arm and cane sewing Rockei. misses'and child's chairs, assorted, , cane and wood seat table chairs, asa'td, Revolving Chairs. j setts poacelain and brass wheel bed I ■ ju i " wire and tin Sales. Woodeii Ware. .. , j, m 1 fôotTu n bs "audUefc KTlS cdHr .nd B«ck«to, L « butter-buck, ts and milk-piggins, 3 •• wood bowls and trays, I" fine Seives, steak mallets and rimmed dippers. Willow- Ware. ...... ,,__ . .v ... , U 1 1 low Hampers, large thcS Ba kets, market Vt^w'nL Cm? g C d C / n R a $u!i Br«». S do. half and l.e.rfh BrooM. IronaaLd.aadîh^HV Rous : Iron axle large and small J Wg Ox Wxgons. ^f^sSXStSMaL Î j Piano Stools, 1 Shower Baths. 2 1 44 i 4. 44 5 *• 44 3 " 7 " 4 " 4 " 3 1 44 : 4 5 44 2 " 1 44 1 44 1 44 Window' Sash. 12x18, 10 x 12 and 8 x 10 window sash, and glass to fit the Sash. Also, large Glass, from 12x20 to ) ."äÄ -'"2 fair terms to good payers. I now wish my old friends aud customers, with many new ones, to come aud buy liberally, pay promptly, and thus help the needy. Thaukful for past favors, I hope to receive many more. T. GARRISON. Port Gibson, June 26, 1358. N. B.— Ordere filled immediately for "Window Blinds, Sash, Doors, Ac. T. G. i Machine Belting. W E bave » large stock of the Vulcanized Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes, from 24 to 12 inches wide. Also, grain Cradles, straw Cutters. Fan Mills, Corn Shelters, spinning Wheels, and an endless variety of equally useful. If not ornamental articles. apr3 • JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO. OTS AND SHOES, JUST TOIHAND. / »•CASES puptrior do«ble back Ro/uet», U 1 do Extra iiwi ft to 14, 2 do Bojr'r 2 do Nagro Boot*, 2 do Man's kip Brogans. oetlS ■ in J. S. MA80B. M. KAUFMAN. NEW ARRIVALS.OK FALL ANO^WINTER 'GOODS. T WOULD raspactfuity announce to the purchasers e X Dry Good» and Clothing generally, that 1 hare now received my new and fall stock from New Orleans. 1 am prepared to offer Planter* and the public generally S eat inducement*. My assortment of Negro and Bed lanket*. Kerseys, Kentgcky Jean* and Linseys, Oeua burg* Lowells. Boot* and Shoe*, Kuweits, Hats and Caw, Hardware. Crockery ware. Saddlery, Produce add Groceries of all description*, comprise all the varieties tkst are de sirable. In the fancy department wil* be found all the NOVELTIES OF THE*8EA30N. To the examination of which my gatron* are respectfully invited. My motto i* a liberal trade, but suffer no one to sell cheaper than I do—especially for Cash. deed Fresh Arrival» from New Orleans. KITS No 1 Mackerel, 8 half and whole barrels Nos. 1, 2 *n i;3, 2 barrel* Almond* and Texas Pecan*, 10 quarter. 10 half and 5 boxee Layer Raisins. 2 barrel* and 10 Keg* beat leaf Lord, 5 barrel* Loaf. Cruahed and Powdered Sugars, 2 hogshead*choice new Sugar, 200 whole and half boxe* Sardines, 20 boxes Star Candles, 20 boxes No 1 Boston Som, 1 box Gunpowder and 50 pound* block Teas, 2 kegs Pepper and Spice, and 10 lbs > tit megs, ] 3 boxes «snorted Emits in their own jaice, 2 " Soda Crockers; g bbl Split Peas, 1 dot. qts. Olire Oil ; Pickles in gal A hf. gal|jars 10 boxe* Western Reserve Cheese, If 5 boxes English Dairy Cheese, 25 bag* 8hot. assorted sides, 2 keg* and 30 qr. kegs Dapont's Rifle Powder 5 boxes Buckwheat, fresh. Potware, Kettle*, Axes, Nails, Hoes, Traces, Cutlery, Plow Kinew, Ox and Log Chains' Stoneware of all kinds, (dseti] M. KAUFMAN. 10 for sale by L ime and Cement.—50 barrels Thomas ton, and 50 bariels Elton Lime, 20 barrels Roscndale ement, and 4 barrels Plaster of Paris ust recetveby [feb 6 ] W. B. FULKERSON. r insejra and Jean»—For sale as low as LJ can be purchased in this county, at julySl SPOONER FORBES. J u»t Received— 1 00 Coils extra Rope, 60 bales Western Hav, 100 bags White Bread Corn, 60 bushels Plastering Hair, 1 bale Guuny Bags—aud forsal« by W. B. FULKERSON. apr24 Washington Hotel. rr\HE terms of Boarding at this House Mb X are cosh. Those who cannot or do not | pay once a month, will please make arrangements some where else for credit, for I cannot afford tc do It. /M.O. HOPKINS. I mch 6 -tf Proprietor. I j POTATOES I „POTATOESt »> *C SACKS IrUb Potato** put to hand* BOV* /. 8. MASON. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. • V / \ 7 I X/ \S V.JÄ fTIHE undersigned, thankful for past favoit, I- woaldc.llth. .M.ntion of hi. fri.nd. .nd , ««•*«■•>• l ° ">« h« -till continu«, .t his old stand, where he is always on hand, and ready to execute all kinds of j rr Î * 10*0 Wrtrk : v^dl I v V UI Ivq BOTH NEW AND REPAIRING, in the best possible manner, to suit his customers 1 SÄ. H.*** " C ° nneCtl °" with the above business, his ' % ^H.OP ^ D! I le has good Smiths iu his employ and will attend carefully to all orders in that line of business. Teams— ttjTÀll bills due when presented. A. J. ANDERSON Port Gibson Sep. 28,1838 d&wly . Patent Medicines. B ULL'S Sarsaparilla; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Hurley's do; Billing's Syrap Hostetlers Bitters, Wistar's Balsam Wild Hooflaml's German do, Cherry, Moffatt's Bitters, Emanuel's Southern An Oxygenated do, tidotc, j Roebeck 's bl'd purifier Bosbyshcll's Panacea, Woodman's Cherry Ex-Swain's do poctorant, IndiaCholagogue ! Jiyne's Expactorant, Bryan's Pulmonic Wa Br T.o£S" , * m * , T-i.u. f a.n ! Fahnestock-s Vermifuge Seltzer A prient. ' McLane's do Radway s Heady Relief : Jayne's do Radway 's Resolvent, ' ' Mar kies's do Davis' Pain Killer, Mustang Liniment Washington Remedies, a»ks«« a« u.m. t i.t...» j. . » . n . V. , ' * hL" I . !„iî° t Ac forX ' vpmdjWQC, < 0 ., Tor sale J7 _ ?** * _ « y ° * °Pv . , Thh# Kit«* is*<><1—20 barrels Mess Pork* v J casks extra sugar cured Hams. new. for safe Î j *„23 W. B. FULKERSON. castors,-----Prices WARÏMHTED PUKE! A FRESH supply of A Irish Linens, , T -, . iriumr, L. ( AMB. HANDKERCHIEFS, HEMSTITCH L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS, tity-CHEAP! CHEAP! „ovlO BERNHEIMER A BRO . - _ mini in | U I Ht rUDLlL. - TXT E take tins opportunity to inform ourlai \ \ friends and customers that we are DAILY receiving and have iu store the largest and most «u«-."! Call-»™ -A .«d to ,h. ■ oy>a _■ WAL KKBSL | j HS | Received Î per steamer bl\ck. \v\rrior ! a\n additional Assortment of ) BOYS' & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, may! At BLRNIlElMhRS. i For the lluir. W OOD'S Hair Restorative ; Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative; Phalon's Hair Invigorator; Barry's Tricoperou.-«; Lyon's Kathairon; for sale by § J. H. KING A CO. ») 8 ^ BOXES good OeJ tationuse; 5 half boxes superior Pan cake Tobacco • 10 cases heavy Mud fine Calf Boys' sewed do heavy and light Brogans, just rec'd at BERNHEIM HR'S. common Tobacco, forplau Boots ; do, assorted ; 15 ■ 2 44 6 " july 17 URROW'S Lexington Mustard, fresh from the manufacturer, for sale by J. II. KING A CO.* 13 oct28 matting PL A 1 N AND CHECKED! VERY CHEAP! At IlERiYHEl.TIER'S Also, a fresh supply of WINDOW G0RNICSS, BANDS AND CURTAIN FINS. Port Gibsou, March 26, '59. Barrels and two cases of Artesian Well Wa ter, just received and for sale by 5 A. R. LEONARD. apr 22 Wines and Liquors. S UPERIOR and guaranteed ami the best that can be had, selected by us iu person At WALKERS' For Sale. T WO likely acclimated negroes, No. 1 field hand woman. Apply to janl8d4t F RESH Apples, Oranges and Lemons— 8 At WALKER hi. O.HOPK1NS 'S. Gin Band»« Ac. F ARTIES wishing to buy Gin Bond», would do well to call and price tny article* in this line before buying thera cheap elsewhere. August 78, 1858, W B tCLKERSON. Plows ! Plow »! STUBBINS * DURHAM celebrated steel Plows, a very superior article at New Or 50 leans prices. 50 Beard Plows—same as Calhoun, 20 Hall*Spears Plows, 20 Kiug Plows, for sale by W. B FULKERSON. jaul 3 Spring and Nummer Goods. I ~OW in store, tha largest and most complete assortment of new and desi. able styles of staple and fancy Dry Goods, Gent's and Boy's Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Saddlery, Hats and Caps. Groceries, Produce, and in fact all neces sary articles generally kept in a country store— for sale low by mch25 M. KAUFMAN. Hoe». DOZ. STEPHEN'S HOES, feb'« N ___ otiitos.— 50 bbls. of the same large North ear, on band LKERSONd | T) £ era Pink-eye Potatos I had last y and for sale by fjan 3 ü] W. B. FU1 I -—- — -- 10 O At MASON S. WALKERS' I iHiffield's Premium Ham?* I -J /\ Tierces of the above brand. They speak JLU for themselves—Also, fresh Beef Tongues of the same mame at WM.B. FULKERSON, /*»****».«.** « Hen en GROCERY &/ PRODUCE DEALER] ' ' II DLMm'ii n .. MU „ ^ ,, , , , ' » AV INC permanently located in Port Gibson will give bis prompt attention to House I Painting in all its various branches, FANCY SIGN PAINTING, fine Imitations of Wood and Marble Painting on Walls, (plain and fancy,) , l*»per H.ogiog, Gluing, Decorating in Composition and finishing work of all kinds—all of which he j vill execute in the most artistic manner, and ac : :ording to the la^st and best style of his art. Best ol references given. _ » ort Gibson, August 1,1807. _ A9-IJ 1 ff vj POHTKH AUD A il 1, A T T Fort Gibson, Miss. mar 17 t "THE SHADES." Plows! Blows! BEARD'S celebrated PLOW-, such as Isold last year,just to hand. Call [nov 22 ] J. S. MASON, j Get your Breaklast, ! _ _ C ^ * r « C R I AT Til - SHADiv»' .. .g ä aw wi jH Ü — -j I If L N1IA DKH, .* j> j <\100 soon. 0 I NN Eft AND * UnilCC HC PNTPRT A 1WMFKIT I T1UU5K1 Ur tMiJin InlrllTlCn I j main street. j . f PORT GIBSON, MISS. J. G. HASTINGS, Agent. j IftjnnDTAklT TH TUC I A fil CO ! IMPUnTANT TO THE LAUIEoi - a bernheimeb a-bro^ TT AVE just reoeived per steamer "CAHAWBA" | LL irom New York a most magnificent assort ment of LaCOSGoodS, CIRCULARS, r. D n U p U FRENCH, • MANTILLAS, SHAWLS, * POINTS. . 1 * prTttU|,<|f rUonr.il, For novelty and richness the above articles conuo 4 be beat !■ any fashionable establishment. reasonable. feb28_ lVas for Sale. ' I 0( I 0l l eaS ,or sa ' rt "j a PPW° , A V U n, ??i_J.S.MASON^ 4nii'<lrii let'll. ™ESH-Growthof I858,at T _*0RB1W_ _D s.giPiment, and for sabs by "*** W. M. rVUmwn. »s- 1 #* a8 ' . TENKIN k CO.'S splendid Teas —Just re ceived, 300 pounds superior Imperial, Gun I> MW der and C olong Teas, from Philadelphia put * np j n metallic packages for family use. This is a ^ *°" r ^ r FRESH ARRIVALS. | A Atxj» ix . . ! Choice Goods, Groceries and Produce. 7 i *. v tt CALICOS! FLANNELS DELAINES!!! PLAID LINSEYUU DOMESTIC!!! HOSIERY &c., &c. SHOES. Gen'lernen, Ladies, Misses, Lads, and_Chil dren's GROCERIES. Suirar, Coffee, Molasses. Tea, Golden Syrup, Soap, Candles, Codtish, Mackerel No. 1 , in barrels and kits, Buckwheat, Northern and Western in Bags, Boxes, Raisons, veiy fine in Cortoons, and Box, Almonds, Pecans, English Walnuts, Citron, and a little of almost every tiling iu that line. PRODUCE. Bacon Sides, Ames Hams, Bulk Pork, Hams, Sides and Shoulders. Spiced pigs feet in kegs. Sausage do, extra Harrison Flour, Fancy that is Fancy, aud forty half barrels Superfine. ALSO A Good Assortment of Wines and Liquors, ami a thousand other things too tedious to men» tion, in fact 1 think I have as good an assort* meut ot goods as are to be tound in the beauti. ul town of Port Gibson, and will sell them as heap as (he cheapest, dec .21 P. BETH KA. DR. A. E. THOMAS, H AVING located permanently in Port Gibson tenders his professional services to the citi zens of the town aud country. His residence is at the upper end of Farmer street, being the dwelling lately occupied by H. P. Merrifield^nd in rear of the late residence of J. H. Maury, esq. January 16, 1856-tf Uniter ! Buffer! ! 4 Firkins Goshen Butter, just to hand from New York, dec 29 J. S. MASON. H oop», Whalebone and Cane-J uki rtceivthi and for sale by FRANKINBUSH & ENGLESING. Limerick's Great Southern Liniment. 2 GROSS Limerick's Great Southern Liniment just received and for sale by oct 28 JAMES U. H URLEY'S Sarsaparilla, Bull's do Williams' so J jun5 KING & CO. do for sale by J. H. KING k CO. oct'28 FHESII CAN DIEM 1 »ROM St. Louis—A splendid assortment from Baileyk Refinery, just to lianu, At WALKER'». \VK have one hundred suit* of Negro Clothing. ** of blue satinett, expressly for he trade, whi will *ell at New Orleans price*, octl-w made ich we JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO. T en Thousand Yard» of best Kentucky Jeans aud Liuseys, for sale at extremely low prices, and on our usual accommodating terms. juu!9 JOHN BUCKINGHAM * CO. ti; r ar» am! t obacco. A LARGE supply of Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, on hand and for sale by II. CARPENTER A CO. sepll ROLLS very superior Wall Paper; 30 FireScreens; A large lot of Window Curtains and Shades, just received and for sale by 500 A. R. LEONARD. iunl 2 COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! 3,000 Barrels, « B EST Pittsburg Coal, just received by JOHN BUCKINGHAM J Grand,Gulf Jan. 28, 1859. à CO. DRUGS, OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES T TSED In Medicine, put up In one lb., half lb. U and quarter lb. bottles, warranted to be gen ulna, and free from any adulteration. CHEMICLA8 . ^ A Of every kind which are ttsed in the Southwest direct from the most extensive manufactures of the same in the United States, warranted tobe , if Qot guperior My imported, M X ™ r, r r> r k e a PATENT MEDICINES. Of every variety which have maintained any reputation J»efore the publio. embracing a very nomorou. liit. All MW Ml* wlU J» <** I»U " d furn " l " d " N '' rth ' r " eastern prices, WINDOW »LASS-PURE WHITE LEAD AND OTHER PAINTS, Direot from the makers, including several eoiort groun-3Jn oil. Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Turpentine ' PERFUMER Y . ^ cxU?Miv . publishment of Jules Hn«.l, T «SI & 0. fnylor, and A. W. Har mon, Philadelphia, Including a rape meut of Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Coloi da. Lavander Water and Extracts for the hand t 7 rior assort gues, Flori kerchief. . , j For the Growth and Preservation of tut hAIHi ! Barry s Tricopherons, Lyon's Katbaliroc. Jayne'» 'Hair Tonic, Balm Columbia, French Powders, Bazin's A Hand's Qx-Marrow, and other prepar I ations of the kind. In addition to the above, a gres. variety of Fancy Artiouw, selected the present season, namely : Porte Monnaies, Card Ca j iea, Papier Machie Port Folios, Fans, Toilat Bot I ties etc. etc. . rr . ~ fcl r Ftovorin* Extract» for Cooking. Lose, Vanilla, Orange, Peach, Celery, Pimento* j Lernen, Cinnamon, Ginger and Almond. Harrison's celebrated Inks, embracing Blaok, Blae, Red. Carmine, Indelible and Copying, pat up iu different sized bottles. tAMP , | For bunting Lard or Lard-Oil from Cornelius Baker A Co., Philadelphia, Candélabres and their newly patented Candlesticks, withsbades for the SHADES, (paper and glass) Ch.mneys and Lamp Mats A new assortment of WALL PAFc.R, Fire Sei eons. Bordering Paper and wide paper, made «pr ss'y for window certains * Some newly painted Oil Window Shades from . the manufacturer, Thila., comprising several handsome patterns. _ * ^ „ . Landieth 8 Garden Seeds Of the growth of thd year 1853, just received and warranted fresh. Also, a variety of Fower Seeds BOOKS AND STATIONERY : My assortment of Books includes a large varie ty of new annuals and gift books for l85(i. splen didly bound editions of poetical work», family Bl bles, small Bibles, tcstameifts, prayer hooka, hv SÄHlSuw, aBUOdUClHS, IS<B>ODUS.SS and STATIONBRY s Ledgers. Day, Record and Memorandum Books of different sizes and styles of binding : . _ _ * SCflOOl ItOOliS t ^ Quills, r ' d "T? *î ,l "- r "i" 1 " ^ " <* Ä « » ment in this section of the country. CHARLES Port Gibson. August 28 . i«58. mil SHREVB. 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 Caststeel ; 100 pieces potware, consisting of wash kettles. Ovens, Pots, skillets, odd lids, Ac., Ac; 15 Grindstones; 5 doz. Brooms, 2 doz. Washboards; 1 doz coarse sifters; 1 bbl white Beans; 1 do dried Peaches; 1 do dried Apples; 1 box soap; 50 milk crocks; 40 one gallon Jugs ; 4 8 gallon Jars—all for sale for cash by jan39 W. B. FULKERSON. J ust Received—100 bbls Mess Pork, 50 kegs Prime Leaf Lard, 6 casks Clear Sides, 10 tierces extra sugar-cured hams, 100 Green Hams. 2 hhds brown Sugar, 1 32 inch Bellows. mchl3 W. B. FULKERSON. Mechanic's Tools O F every kind.bought of the manufacturer, and sold at New Orleans wholesale pricer. n.M At MASON - L. KIEFER Opposite the Court-House, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, Port Gibson, Nov. 22, '56. 13-tf APPLES! APPLKS1 APPLES ! BARRELS,just to hand. S. 8. MASON. From New Orleans. pT SACKS prime Rio Coffee, KJ i box Burton & May's extra Tobacco, 12 boxes Mustang 500 lbs German Ttecl, lor sale by feb7 W. B L FULKERSON . HAVANA Cigars, just received and for sale for cash only, by S. FORBES. 10,000 nov 7 I0-d«tw4t II. CARPENTER & CO •J Newspaper an*! Periodical Agents, No. 4, Stamps* Row, PORT GIBSON, MISS. * A NY Newspaper or Magazine that you may wish to subscribe for, or pay for, you can do so by calling on. sepll d&w Fresh. Arrivals. J ust Received.—140 pairs men's, iwomen • and boys' black brogans; 6 boxes tobacco; 2 hhds. sugar; 5 bags extra new coffee ; 4 boxes soda biscuit; 50 bags fine salt; 20 bags coarse salt; 1 barrel golden 1 basket sweet oil, 1 box pineapple cheese, 1700 cigars, at bargain prices. 3 doz. blind bridles, 2 bales India bagging. 8 iron wedges, assorted; 300 lbs strap hinges, 50 odd lids, all sizes, 2 tons assorted iron, caststeel, German do 6 bales 4-4 and 7-8 loweib. 1 bbl solai lamp oil 2 doz padlocks, 1 do haudoxes and hatchets, 1 do augura, 4 and } inch, £ doz boys' axes, 3 screw plates. I doz drawing knives, 2 doz whitewash brushes, 1 do plated sifters, a new article, 2 nests woodea bowls aud bread trays, 2 do measures, } doz half bushel measure*, doz B. buckets, 2 doz shop files, do shovels and spades, 6 large grindstones, 1 do grinstone cranks and fixtures, 4 coils man ilia rope for plow liues, 10 doz tin buckets, 6 doz tin cups, 2 doz Japaa'd wash pans, 2 doz tin milk pons, 1 " «pinning wheels—all for sale by febC W. B. FULKERSÖN. H. CARPENTER k CO syrup, i Harrison" Flour, extra F lour.- 30 bbi». just received and for sale by jnDlO W. B. FULKERSON.