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W OPENING OF SPRING TRADE ! !
BKRMIEIMLR A. BRO.
A VK just received from NewlYork, a splen
did assortment of
RICH VALENCIA SETTS.
VALENCIA COLLARS.
ILLUSION CAPES,
SWISS AND JACONET SETTS
All trimmed after the latest leshion.
—ALSO—
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SPRING SILKS,
M4NUFACTORY.. >
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gon an«i II ilo P» i
sbirid lorjnerly occapi' by T. .
IfsUn, where ^ „ deecrip
r^-liÆïîffe îlmliriîîu All kSdl «^f
■pairing fu their line done with neatness and dis
■ patch They have the best of workmen In their
Ifupioy. and expect to givp perfect satisfaction to
I. nil
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T/t THF Pi |t| if
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• 1 i|* «»«ting, that Mr. John W all
i> a first rate Mechanic a* I h*4 him inimy. m
jdoy some three year«. nfSJdJ' «
w'orkma nl?k !• manner L T J DAKIV
aorkmanl ke MMf.
i ort ttibson. F «h. 10, 1838. _ _J
tHA-d tierce* Henry A me*.a Co.'* H««*.
wpW j. s. maSOm 1
drapery muslins.
A ml niiiiij 1 olher articles nui table lor the
OOMINO season.
feUSI
NEW WAGON AND PLOW
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«5 PAIR MARSEILLES QUIL
JUST RSCEIVED,
' AtBERNIIEIIIKirS.
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For Hale.
f pME Ware-house and Lot op posite tbeRailroad
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SIT.
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H. HICKS,
ATj wney and counsellor
AT LAW,
Fayette. Miss.
GREAT curiosities
FROM ITALY! !
FASHIONABLE JEWELRY Î !
BEAUTIFUL ADORNMENTS!
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bracelets.
BREAST PINS.
EAR RINGS.
STUDS.
SLEEVE BUTTONS, ft
SHAWL PINS, o
r.,r\ed Coral of the most finish and perfect work
inartila, for sale at
feblft
BERNHEIM ER'S.
Axe* !
« i I BOXKS Collin* Ax«*,
1 U I doi.Cfo«* Out Saw* ,
2 *• Bright Ox CbAiu»;
2 ** Can^ Ilowi;
2\ bbl«. Mat* Pork. ju«t racaivadby
.1 8. MASON.
d.i-t
E. CARVER K CO/H
e 1 I VT 1^2 r n \ 1ST net
v V 1. " 1 -a\- -UN i f •
JV. arc agents for E. Carver A Co.'s célébra
. . ted Gin Stands, the best made. Can fur- j
i«l. any size wanted. IUv4 sample <>P«» !
inspection Price, $4 per wr.JproM*
KUnd.'coin-n'nd 'rrom ... half .0 .... ...U 1
pound more than any other m ule. Ordersop
cited, f mv8-3ml W. P. HOLLOWAY A CO ;
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Lumber, Sash«, Door*, Blinds, älc# |
rilUE siitMcriber*, agents tor the Bagdad Mills
1. and Sa«h Factory, near Pensacola; Florida, j
have continually on baud, a large assortment of j
Florida Yellow Pine Lumber, cou«i*ting of wide |
and narrow Flooring, Ceiling. Ac,; also. IHinds,
Door«. Hashes, glazed and iinglazed ; rough yel-,
low Pine and Cypr»s* Lumber, Laths. Shingles,
Ac., all of which will be sold in quantities to suit
purchasers, aud upon favorable terms.
SIMPSON A DORR.
Nevv Basin. New Orleans
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Year« a Citizen of Fort Gibson.
JOSHUA KELLY
T SFORMS hi* old friernt* and the public gene- j
1 rally, that having established a new shop on !
the street that leads from the Washington Hotel
to the Railroad Depot, is now prepared to do all ;
kind« of I
Wagon and Blacksmith Work.
Plantation work of all kind* done at short notice,
and iu the most improved style of workmanship.
He ha* now on hand a lot of Cart*. Plows and
solid Sweep*, built in the best manner. The pa
troaage of hi* old customers and the public gen
crally is most respectfully solicited.
Port Gibson, June 26, . 858-ly
(■in ami Mill-Wright las.
fllllE subscriber respectfully inform« thccuizeiis
X of Claiborne county, that he l* prepared to
build Running-gear and Presses, and all work 1
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 Mills.
feb6-ly A. C. WILLIAMS. ;
COL LIN A FOB SALE.
Y OrrRR for * it« ray ra«ld«nee, known as 'Cotlina,'
I and .Ituaral atra »«t wltlito the «nvlron* of Port Gib
rov.with alt th* atvantaga* ant convonianra* of both a
t-.wn vi l * mntry riMidanc ». TU« plaça contain* 140 acrai j
with windlani Mil'ilsnt for Hr« wood pnrpo««*. Th*
I»» illingi* large.h*nl»o.n*. an t biilt tn modern style.
\ I tlia out-ho««»* an1 *p|»'irt«n*nc«* e.«nti»l to conre-
oi..uî't: go >d Cistern*; end tha ground* Wendünmety laid
it with Uwn In finnt.aod »tao ! te-idingto the entrance |
of one of tha street« of the town. The Dwelling i * situa j
t- i 110 *n etovatiel «pot.ami the re*i lence t* in afi respect* j
one .if the most comfortable in the State.
» or term«, apply to WM STOW leaser 1
oTtAdtm JUDGE STAMPS.
JAMES H. GAPERS.
COMMISSION MERCI! ANT,
AM) MCALSR IN
Pork, Hope, Baling, Flour, &c., &c..
KO. 11, LOCUST ST.,
SAINT LOUIS, MO. '
igjr Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Rspbuxck*.— h. B. Hunt, esq., Vicksburg; R
C. McCay and Dr. T. H. Caper«. Rocky Springs
Mis«.; Joseph Regin, Oavuga. Miiw.; B. A. Beau
champ. Utlo%. Mr 9 *»s John Buckingham 4 k Co
Grand Gulf, Mis«.; T. Henderson A Peale, New
Atrleans. La. [my 22 ~ly
From Gouisville.
BBI S. Mo*« Pork,
10 Keqt of Ficsli Lard,
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for sale by
W. B. FULKERSON.
Njg
T. 8. GIBSONy
Lgd at the rasidence of Samuel
fcicur Sid on, Carroll county,
Bo profettiojal services to the
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FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
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The Largest Establishment in the South.
\ oh. IT I ami 173 Canal Street.
ALL NEW GOODS.
T HE undersigned haviug opened a large and
splendid ass irtmeut of
new souhern furniture.
is prepared to supply the trade aud families
I Che most liberal terms. This being the ouly new
! stock in the city, purchasers will Hnd it to their
I advantage to call and examine the goods and
1 b arn the prices before purchasing elsewhere.
. Will keep constantly on hand—
I Marble, Sofa and Centre Tables, Extension Ta
bles of Mahogany, Walnut Work and Card
Tables, Dressing Tables, Walnut and
: Cherry Dining Tables, Oak, Mahog
I UurcftU, ÄM5V-,
I Armoire, Washstands, Bedsteads. Parlor Chairs,
I fete^-Tetes, Ottomans, Divans, Easy Chairs,
^ Rockers, Etegeres. Secretaries and Bookcases,
iHk and Walnut Office Chairs, Dioinx-roomChain,
Childrens' Chairs mid Broken, Mahogany and
Walnut Teapoys and Light Stands.
ÿ a »r, Moss and hpnng Mattn««»*,
! Looking-glasses and Matting.
Rosewood and Mahogany Parlor Set*—Togctb
! with every article usually fouud in a Furniture
-! Warchonse. *
, Thi8 j B an entire ncw Establishment, and
00 oI j stock on hand. Purchas<-rs will find it
fd^mUy to their interest to give this Store a call
! b ' ,fori ' <!U ' wbera A M tho Proprietor is con
lident that he can offer them newer style* of the
! most fashionable furniture, more nmtantiona
I Wj mad */ a * greater bargains than any oth
i er house in the city.
CHARLES A. STEWART.
New Orlear..;, October 30, 1856. 10-ly
A LARGE assortment of School, Law and Mis- j
cellaneous Books, on hand and Tor sale by !
JAS. H. KING A CO.
on
LumUcr for Sale.
I HAVE on hand at my Mill, 30,000 feet ol
Pine Lumber, which I will sell at $10 per
thousa'id feet, cash.
uugi I, 1858-tf. ADAM WINTERS.
j 5JSÄÄ'
ft bags prime Rio Coffee,
17 iron Pot«, assorted sizes,
12 Sklilets and Lids, '2 bags horse shoe Nail«
1000 Iba. Green Harn«, nicely trimmed,
ftO bbls. Thoina«toti Lime,
3 Vises, 8 kegs Nail«.
W. B. FULKERSON.
THAT BKKWIIIAT,
4U8TKROM NEW YORK,
AS arrived, and is in'store.
dec22
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J. ». MASON.
STEWART & PINTARD,
I'oiiimlnsiou K Produce Merchants,
RODNEY, MISS.
A LL Plantation supplies furnished, payabh j
out ot uext crop, and advauces made oa |
Colton shipped to Hughe«, Hyllstod A Co., Ne*
[inch 13-tf
' Jr leans.
BOOKS.
oct28
Hardware for Mechanics.
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Spoke Augurs, Spirit Level* Spoke Shave*,
Drawing Knives, Jack Planes, Smoothing do;
j,- ore do . f( :i bbet do; Gunge*, Screws and Butt*.
j c L Sucke t, Chisel* Broad Axe«, Hand do;
! Shingling Ha'chets, ' Lathing do; Brace and
Blt> p lane Handles, Haw do: Rules.Flush BMts.
1 B«rmg XKhiM
Augur Bits, C. S. Augurs, Girnblets, Files, a
; sods, Compasses, Plyers, Tinner Chisel*, .Spear
an j J a cksou's Rip and Panel Saws for sale
| lower than tï? ®r ut
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FORBES'
Wagon*!! Wagons!!!
SUPERIOR Hors • and Ox Wagon, on good
term«. Apply
S. A W. WALKER.
ORANGES! !
RAISINS ! ! !
COCO AN UT an
PECANS!!!!!
ALMONMDS
! all fresh for Christmas, dcc20 J. S. MASON.
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V ,inf £' Rowmdah. Liment,
; oU 54 bbl*. Thomastown Lim r, just to^haod.
I hov * - _ - !—— -1—
4>ranges! Oranges!!
y (TST received another 1000 of those elegant
Oranges. dec22
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Blacksmith'* Tools.,
j Bellows, 30 and 32 inc
j do2 Smith's Tong*;
j. 2 •. Sledge Hammers;
Hand
4 Smith's Vices;
2 Anvils;
Just received at,
jao!4dw
W. P. UOLI.OWAY.
kHOLLOWAYifc^SMlTH,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
J. S. MASON.
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G U M »HS3IU .»I Fj lv ty I* A .v X »
nj. HQ (Iflrnndelfit Stfäßt.
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Nkw OhLKANS, La.
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I CONNELLY H. CHAMPLIN,
Cotton Factors,
KO. 56 CAIlOXitKI.KT 8TRKKT,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
EORGE COS NELLY and J. W. CIIAMPLIN
have formed a business connection as Cot
ton Factors, under the firm and style of Connelly
A Champlin. datiug from the 1st day of Septem
ber, 1858. 'Mr. Champlin will remove from Grand
Gnlf to New Orleans about the 1st day of June,
next
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Harrison Flour.
TU8T received, ¥> bbls. of extra Harrison Flour—the
(J best brand used. liZde«] J. 8 M.V80N
P. A. HUCK,
'PAIXTEK OF
Pictures, Flags, Fresco, Carriages, Signs,
AND ORNAMENTS,
VarnUtàliig Parnltare. Paper Hanging,
PAINTING IN GENERAL, ire.,
ROCKY SPRINGS, MISS.
apr3-ly
ja»"Refer to Dr. Thomas, Port Gibson, Mi«s.
To Planter* and Citizens.
TF you want Medicine, par« atul fresh, your or
X «1er« filled promptly, and prescription« with
nt»tne«s and dispatch, at all houm of the duy
or night send them to C. SHREVE,
Druggist, Main st., Port Gilt r 'E
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Hay, Coro and Oat*.
Q/-\ TONS Hhv ; 100 bags bread Corn; 100
ejU b;i*h('lb"ai u •! received and for sale by
[ mj22 ^ W. B. FULKERSON.
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New Furniture at
T. Ci ATi Ft IS TST'B
'HOUSE FURNISHING ROOMS.,
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ft0 LÄ t ! 1 I! T RU * - "'^nrt^LtvSUrinniMh
in Lw. U h.fT kd ^ d "
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marble top Sideboards.
fine Secretary What-Nots
side and corner do
mahogany, walnut and nlaiu Wardrobes,
i'.ook Cases assorted j
mnhog'y, walnut and'plain extension tables,
Dining and Breakfast Tables,
square and round office do
work and candle Stand, flue, assorted.
fancy rosewood and mahogany Stands, I
enclosed inah'y, walnut and oakWashstands,
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t 8fUH fi , u , ()ctaKon an ,i Eclipse Bedsteads,
B. M " Cottage and Inn Rosewood do
| » o Misses' sixgle and doub u do
4 " " cottage aud plain Trundle do
j j .< Cribs, assorted sizes and style*,
j .< Lounges; 10 setts spring bottoms,
i 1 " flue and plain Hat stands,
j « marble top Sofa and Center Tables.
it 2 " gilt and mahogany frame Looking-glasses,
Ä *ettsbedroom furniture, complete,
2 " quartett tables, in rosewood and raahog'y,
1Iair and Illos , Mattrames,
Double and single Lounges.
oil Flosr Carpeting, 18 feet wide, j
Piuuo Stools,
shower Baths. I
Chairs *
4 dox Parlor, rosewood.nut- '
»'»i"'"' 1 " uL I
1 " Sofas, Tete-a-tetes and !
ftivnna f/A\
Ottomans, mcJzJf/A-.
Fonutools
cane seat,' bent rim
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wood, cane seat, bent rim Chairs,
3 Jenny Lind do
split bottom do
lnfge arm and cane sewing Rocket*
misses' and child's chairs, assorted,
cane and wood seat table chairs, ass'td,
Revolving Chairs.
setts poacciain and brass wheel bed castors.
5 " papers Carpet Tacks,
12'* patent spring cloths pins, Ad
wire and tin Safes.
\Vood€'i» Ware,
large and small Till»,
foot Tubs and Keeler«,
cedar and painted Buckets,
Wash-boards,
large and small .Stands,
butter-buckets and railk-piggins,
wood bowls and trays,
tine Selves,
steak mallets and rimmed dippers.
Willow-Ware.
j Willow Hampers, large Clothes Baskets, market
! Baskets, willow Wagons and Cabs, willow Cra
dies, a few nice Door Mats. 8 doz. Shaker and i
plain Broom«, 4 doz half and hearth Brooms.
Wagons.
Iron axle C>. t and 2 horse Wa
gons ; iron axle large and small
Ox Wagons.
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Toilet Stands.
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Window Sasli.
12x18, 10x12 and 8x!0 window sash, and glass ;
to tit the Sash. Also, large Glass, from 12x20 to
rr-:rferft
fair term« to good payers. I now wish my old j
friends and customers, with many new ones, to ;
come and buy liberally, pay promptly, and thus '
help the needy. Thankful for past favors, 1 hope |
to receive many more. T. GARRISON.
Port Gibsou, June 26. 1858.
y. It.— Ordere tilled immediately for Window
Blinds, Sash, Doors, Ac. T. G.
Machine Helling.
E have a large stock of the Vulcanized
Rubber Machine Belting, assorted sizes,
from 21 to 12 inches wide. Also, g'aia Cradles,
straw ('utters, Fan Mills, Corn Shelters, «pinning
Wheel*, and an endless variety of equally useful,
if not ornaineutal articles.
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JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
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OT* W II SHOES,
JUST TO 4 HANI).
rjVASKS «npartor do«M« hack Ruiaet*,
U 1 do Kxtra liiei 9 to 14,
2 do Boy'»
2 do S«*(rro Boot«.
2 do Men's kip Brogan*,
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J. 8 MASON.
At. KAUFMAN.
XKW ABBIVAIJÎ.OF
FALL AND„WINTER 'GOODS.
I ll W )CI.t> r®«pectfully announce to the pu
Drr Good« and Clothing generally, that 1
received my new and full *tock |rom New Orlean*.
1 am prepared to offer Planter* and the public generally
great inducements. My a**ortment of Negro and Bed
. Kerceyn, Kentgoky Jeau* and I.in«ey», Osua
hnrg* l.owell*. Boot* and Slioe*, Kn««ett*. Hat* and Capa,
Hardware, Crockeryware. Saddlery, Produce and Groceries
of alt description*, com prias all the varieties tkat are da
airable. Iu the fancy department wit' be found all the
retissera e
have now
Blanket*
NOVELTIES OF THE'SEASON.
To th* examination of which ray gatron* ar« respectfully
invited. Mr motto I« a librr.il tr**l*. bat suffer no one to
«tell cheaper than I do—especially for Ca*h. deed
Fresh Arrivals from New Orleans.
KITS No 1 Mackerel,
S half and whole barrel* No*. 1, 2 and'3, «
2 barrel* Almond« and Texas Pecans,
10 quarter, 10 half and 5 boxes Layer Raisin«,
2 turret* and 10 Keg* heat leaf Lard,
5 barrel* Loaf. Crashed and Powdered Sugars,
2 hogshead*choice new Sugar,
200 whole and half boxesSardine«,
20 boxe» Star Candles,
20 hots* No 1 Boston Soap,
1 box Gunpowder and 50 pound* black Tea*.
2 keg* Pepper and Spice, and 10 lb* Nutmegs,)
3 boxes anoorted Fruit* in their own juics,
2 " Soils Crackers; % bbl Split Peas,
1 dot. qt* Olive Oil; Pirklesingal A. bf. gal{jara
10 boxe« We'tern Reserve Cheese,
5 boxes English Dairy Cheese,
25 lieg* Shot, assorted siOe*,
2 keg* and 30 qr. keg* Dupont's Rifle Powder,^
6 boxe* Buckwheat, fresh.
Potware, Kettle«, Axes, Nails, Hoes, Traces, Cutlery,
Log Chains' Stoneware of all kinds,
(dec«] M. KAUFMAN
10
Plow Kin«*, Ox aud
for sale by
L ime aud Cement.—50 barrels Thomas
I ton, aud 50 bands Eltou I.ime, 20 barrels
Kosendale ement, and 4 barrels Plaster of Paris
ust receivebj [feb6] W. B. FULKERSON.
T inseys and Jeans-For sale as low as
Xj can be purchased in this county, at
july3l SPOONER FORBES.
J ust Received -100 Colls extra Rope,
60 bales Western Hav,
100 bags White Bread Corn,
50 bushels Plastering Hair,
1 bale Gunny Bags—and forsaleby
apr24 W. B. FULKERSON.
Washington Hotel.
T HE terms of Boarding at this House
are cash. Those who cannot or do not
pay once a month, will please make arrangements ±
S some where else for credit, for I cannot afford tc a
M. O.
do it.'
mch6-tf
Proprietor.
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I'OTATOES ^POTATOES I
*>Y .SACKS Irish Potatoes, just to hand.'«
nor* S. 8. MASON.
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f JVHE undersigned, thankful for past fa voir,
A would call the attention of his friends and
customers to the fact, that he still continues at
j hisoldstand, where he is always on hand, and
read y to * xecute all kinds of |
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^ cirri tlgC Of K,
B0777 yEW iND REPAIRINe .
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the best possible manner,to suit his customers
as to quality and price. He has, in connection
I with the above business, his I
manufactory:
Patent MctliflltCS.
TIULL'S Sarsaparilla; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
13 Hurley's do; Billing's Syrup
Hostetters Bitters! Wlstar's Balsam Wild
j Hoofland's German do, Cherry,
Moffatt's Bitters, Emanuel's Southern An
I Oxygenated do, tidote,
* Roebeck's bl'd purifier Bosbyshéll's Panacea,
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I "»Sr ,m "'' PhiiSs«,
! Fahnestock's Vermifuge Seltxer Aperient
McLaoe's do Radway's Ready Relief,
{» 7 «»«'. do Radway's Resolvent,
Markien s do Davis' Pain Killer,
MutUng Liniment Washington Remedies,
Arabian do Hall's Mniment,
IJutl ' ,r /". * Bone Limerick's do
L-miment M
°^?o! dOC ' &C > AC '' for f "i e 7
oou SA». 11.
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He has good Smiths in his employ,
and will attend carefully to all orders
in that line of business,
Tkkms— tt^All hill* due when presented.
A. J. ANDERSON
Port Gibson Sep. 28, 18.18 tl&wly
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Hayes' Liniment,
KING à CO.
J ust Received—20 barrels Me«« Pork; y
ca«ks extra sugar cured Ham«, new, for «ale b
an2:»
W. B. FULKERSON.
WAU KARTEI) PUKE !
A fresh supply of

Irish Linens,
L. CAMB. HANDKERCHIEFS,
HEMSTITCH L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS,
Received just now, by the undersigned, direct
from Englaud, in great variety, and large quan
tity—CHEAP! CHEAP!
novli)
BERNHEIM ER A BRO.
TO THE PUBLIC.
WJ
friends and customer« that we are DAILY
receiving and have in store the largest aud most !
complete assortment of Western Produce aud |
Family Groceries now extant—all fresh, and of
I the BEST qualities, which we are anxious to sell.
Call soon. "A word to the irw«."
nov'22
WALKERS'.
Just Received,
! PER STEAMER BLACK WARRIOR,
An additional Assortment of
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BOYS' &, CHILDRENS' clothing
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may!
For flic Hair.
W OOD'S Hair Restorative ;
Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative;
Phalon's Hair Invigorator;
Barry's Tricoperous;
Lyon's Katbairon; for sale by
oct28 J. II. K4NG A CO.
Q JT BOXES good common Tobacco, forplan
Ot) tationuse;
5 half boxes superior Pan cake Tobacco
10 cases heavy Mud
line Calf
Boys' sewed do
heavy and light Brogans, just rec'd at
BERNHEIM EE'S.
Boots ;
do, assorted ;
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july 17
B URROW'S Lexington Mustard, fresh from
the manufacturer, for sale by .
oct23 J. II. KING A CO.
MATTING
PLAIN AND CHECKED!
VERY CHEAP !
At IIERYHEIHKR'S
Also, a fresh supply of
WINDOW C0ÄNICBS,
HANDS AND
CURTAIN PINS.
Port Gibson, March 26, '59.
Barrels and two cases of Artesian Well Wa
ter, just received and for sale by
A. R. LEONARD. ■
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Wines and Liquors.
SUPERIOR and guaranteed and the best
»O that can be had, selected by «» in person
At WALKERS'
For Sale.
T WO likely acclimated negroes, No. 1 field
han l woman. Apply to
janl8d4t M. O.HOPKINS
F RESH Apples, Oranges and Lemon«—
8 , At WALKER'S.
Gin Bands. Ac.
P ARTIES wishing to buy Gin Band«, would do well to
I call and price my articlo* in this line before buying
them cheap elsewhere.
August ?S. 1858, W B tULKERSON.
Plows ! "Plows!
STUBBINS * DURHAM celebrated steel
Plows, a very superior article at New Or
50
leans prices.
50 Beard Plows—same as Calhoun,
20 Hall St Spears Plows,
20 King Plows, for «ale by
W. B FULKERSON.
janl3
Spring and Summer Goods.
N OW in «tore, the largest and most complete
assortment of new and desiiable style« of
staple and fancy Dry Goods, Gent's and Boy's
Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Saddlery, Hats and
Csps, Groceries, Produce, and in fact all neces
sary articles generally kept in a country
for sale lo w by tnch25 M. KAUF
lima.
DOZ. STEPHEN'S KOE8,
feb23
store—
MAN.
100
Qotatos.—50 bbls. of the same large North
± era Pink-eye Potato« I had last year, on band
a nd for sale by rjai30] W. B. FULKERSONd
At mason s.
Dulfield's Premium Hams.
"I A Tierces of the above brand. They speak
XU for themselves—Also, fresh Beef Tongues
WALKERS'
' of the same mame at
1
GROCERY & PROOUCE DEALER,
«-OH«.».
j
il. REARER,
f TAVING permanently located fu Port Gibson
XX will give his prompt attention to House
j Painting in all its various branches, FANCY
v/ 'm 1flnt ' Il { lit *^ on " of and
Marble, J uniting on W alls, (plain and fancy,)
Paper Hanging, Glazing,
Decorating in Composition,
and finishing work of fill kinds—all of which he i
| vill execute in the most artistic manner, and ac
jording to the latest and best style of hi« art. ,
S Qi^n August 6 * fcT *i9-lr
. J -- j tSL r
-r _ ~ _ -n _ Ä __
Ij Ä « O r B O© I" •
PÛ RTRR A N D A ¥*
I *
___rison,
Flows! Flows!
BEARD'S celebrated PLOW«, such as
I sold last year, just to baud. Call
J. S, MASON.
i
HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT,
1

_ j
HLdDflDT A KIT Tfl TUE I AfllCOI
lIvliUil I Hrl.l |U I HC LnlllCO i
steamer ••CAHAWBA'* |
magnificent assort- j
;
!
WM. B. FULKERSON,
THE SHADES."
raarI7
100
, soon.
[nov22]
Get your Breakfast,
DINNER
AND
Ä c tj P P E Pt
. AT Til«*- »HADftii.»
4H*A VEH/'
i< 7 lev r
; 'MAIN HTHKKT.
v port a in son. miss
G. rtASTliNGS, Agent.
j.
s. m itMii iMF.it s." mto.,
j TTAYE just reoeived per
XI from New York a most
ment of
LacoS G- o o da,
CIRCULARS,
FRENCH,
MANTILLAS,
SHAWLS,
POINTS, x
PUSHER,
to
be
For novelty and richness the above articles
connot be beat in any fashionable establishment.
Prices reasonable. feb28
Peas for Hale.
BUSHELS of Peas for
may3 1
• sale—apply to
J. S. MASON.
100
(Warden Seed.
F RESH—Growth of I858,at
dec 14-<l&w4t
FORBES'
ulk Pork.—10,000 lbs., received on con
sigument, and for sale by
B
W. B. FULKERSON.
feb'27
Teas.
ENKIN & CO.'S splendid Teas—Just re
ceived. 300 pounds superior Imperial, Gun
Powder and C olong Teas, from Philadelphia, put
np j n octal lie packages for family use. This is a
splendid article. Buy your year'« supply.
mcli9 * J. S. MASON.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
OF
Choice Goods, Groceries and Produee.
CALICOS!
.FLANNELS
J
DELAINES!!!
PLAID LINSEY!!!!
DOMESTIC!!!
HOSIERY be, ttc.
SHOES.
Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses, Lads, and.Chil
dreu's
GROCERIES.
Suirar, Coffee, Molasses, Tea, Golden Syrnp,
Soap, Candles, Codfish, Mackerel No. 1, in
barrels ami kits, Buckwheat, Northern and
Western in Bags, Boxes, Raisons, veiy fine in
Cortoons, and Box, Almo.i.i*, Pecans, English
Walnuts, Citron, and a little of almost every
thing in that line.
J
PRODUCE.
Bacon Sides, Ames Hams, Bulk Pork, Hams,
Sides and Shoulders.
Spiced pig* feet in keg*. Sausage do, extia
Harrison Flour, Fancy that is Fancy, and forty
half barrels Superfine.
O
ALSO
A Good Assortment of Wines and Liquors,
and a thousand other things too tedious to men
tion, in fact 1 think I have as good an assort
ment of goods as are to be iound in the beauti
ul town of Port Gibson, and will sell them as
heap a* life cheapest,
dec.21
P. BETHEA.
DR. A. E. THOMAS,
H AVING located permanently in Port Gibson
tenders his professional services to the citi
zens of the town and country. Ilia residence is
at the upper end of Farmer street, being the
dwelling lately occupied byll.P. Merrifield, and
in rear of the late residence of J. H. Maury, esq.
January 16, 1858-tf
fj
Rutter ! Rutter! !
4 Firkins Goshen Butter, just to baud from
New Y'ork.
dec 29
J. S. MASON.
H oops, Whalebone and Cane—Ju»t
received and for sale by
FRANK INBUSH & ENGLESING.
so
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Limerick's Great Southern Liniment.
2 GROSS Limerick's Great Southern Liniment
I just received and for sale by
oct28 J AMES II. KING A CO.
URLEY'S Sarsaparilla,
Bull's
Williams'
H
<!"
for sale by
J. II. KING
do
A CO.
OCt28
J
300
FIU:«II CANDIES
ROM 3t. Louis—A splendid assortment from Bsiley's
Refinery, just to banu, At WALKER'S.
\y E have one hundred suits of Negro Clothing,
' T of bine satinett, expressly for he trade, whl
will well at New Orleans price*,
octl-w
rpea Thousand Yards of best Kentucky
I Jeans and Linseys, for sale at extremely low
prices, and on
jun!9
made
ich we
JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
our usual accommodating terms.
JTjHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
Uig»ra and Tobacco.
A LARGE supply of Cigars, Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, on band and for sale by
sepll H. CARPENTER A CO.
ROLLS very superior Wall Paper;
30 Fire Screens;
A large lot of Window Curtains and
Shades Just received and for sale by
iun!2 ' A. R. LEONARD.
500
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
3,(MM) Barrel*,
B EST Pitlsburg Coal. ju«t received by
JOHN BUCKINGHAM A CO.
Grand,GuIf Jan. 28, 1859.
F
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„ ., , _
£'2
.
j ^ every kind which are used in the Swtbwui
direct from the most extensive manufactures of
lhe "™ e Io é V nited 8tatefl - warranted to be
equal if not superior to any imported.
PATENT MEDICINES.
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 aod
he i Eastern prices.
ac- WINDOW GLASS—PURE WHITE LEAD AND
, OTHER PAINTS.
Direct from the makers, Including several colors
r ground in oil. Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Turpentine
Varnish** eb> ' *
P * K v TT tfP P v
L/* r K K F U iTE R Y .
* rom the extensive establishment of Jules Hauel.
Baffin, H. P. A. W. 0. Taylor, and A. Wjjfar
Philadelphia, including a superior assort
ment of Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Cologne*, Flori
as de. Lavander Water and Extract* for the hand
kerchief.
For the Growth and Preservation of the
ai ru
Barry h fricophcrou«. Lyon's Kathaliron Jayne's
Hair Tonic, Balm Columbia, French Powders,
Bazin's A Maud's Ox-Marrow, and other prepar
i ations of the kind. In addition to the above, a
gres. variety of Fancy ARTICLE*, selected the
present season, namely : Porte Monnaies, Card Ca
ses, Papier Macbie Port Folios, Fans, Toilet Bot
j^ r
Flavoring Extract* for Cooking.
Lose, Vanilla, Orange, Peach, Celery. Pimento
j Lemon, Cinnamon, Ginger and Almond.
Harrison's celebrated Inks, embracing Black.
i Blue, Rod. Carmine, Indelible and Copying, put
up in different sized bottles.
LAIN PS
| For burning Lard or Lard-Oil, from Cornelius
j Baker A Co., Philadelphia, Candelabra« and their
; newly patented Candlesticks, with shades for the
! same, also extra LAMP SHADES, (paper and
glass) Chimneys and Lamp Mats.
A new assortment of WALL PAPER. Fire
Scre-ns. Bordering Paper and wide paper, made
e.\pr ss'y for window curtains
Some newly painted Oil Winfiow Shades, from 1
the manufacturer, Phila., comprising several *.
handsome patterns.
DRUGS.
OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES
Landreth's Garden Seeds
Of the growth of tha 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 1856, splen
didly bound editions of poetical works, family Bi
bles, small Bibles, testaments, prayer books, hymn
books, miscellaneous books of standard ant
including a great variety of new works, novel« toy
books etc.
i-OUenuaUx. 1X3 cd ac lis. «3
AND
STA.TIONBH.Y >
Ledgers, Day, Record and Memorandum Book« of
different sizes and styles of binding ;
School Hooks i
. Quills,
and numerous other articles which it is imposiblo
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
Port Gibson, August 28.1858.
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SIIREVE.
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 ll>8. best assorted Caststcel ;
100 pieces potware, consisting of wash kettles,
Ovens, Pots, skillets, odd lids, Ac., Ac;
15 Grindstones; 5 doz. Brooms,
2 doz. Washboards; l 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 hbds brown Sugar,
1 32 inch Bellows.
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W. B. FULKERSON.
Mechanic's Tool*.
O F erery kind. bon,ht of the manufacturer, and told
at New Orleans wholesale prices.
fb23 At MASON S
L, KIEFER
Opposite the Court-House,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,CLOTHING
AND PRODUCE MERCHANT,
Port Gibson, Nov. 22, '56. 13-tf
APPLES! APPLES! APPLET
Oik BARRELS,juat to hand.
nov6
J. 8. MASON.
From \nv Orleans.
SACKS prime Rio Coffee,
fj 1 box Burton <fc May's extra Tobacco,
12 boxes Mustang
500 lbs German Ttcel, lor sale by
f, b7 W. B. FULKERSON .
\ HAVANA Cigar«, just received
and for sale for cash only, by
8. FORBES.
»»
10,000
nov 7 10-dJtw4t
11. CARPENTER & CO
Newspaper an.l 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 dAw
•9
H. CARPENTER Jfc CO
Prosli Arrivals -
J uat Received.—150 pairs men's, twomen •
and boys' black brogans; 6 boxes tobacco;
2 hbds. sugar: 5 bags extra new coffee ;
4 boxes soda biscuit; 50 bags fine salt;
20 bags coarse salt; 1 barrel golden syrnp,
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 lba strap hinges, 50 odd lids, all sizes,
2 tons assorted iron, caststeel. German do
6 bales 4-4 and 7-8 lowells, 1 bbl solar lamp oil
2 doz padlocks, 1 do huudaxes and hatchets,
1 do augurs, ( and } inch, I doz boya' axea,
3 screw plates, i doz drawing knives,
2 doz whitewash brushes,
1 do plated sifters, a new article,
2 nests wooden bowls and bread trays,
2 do measures, 4 doz half bushel measures,
i doz B. bocket«, 2 doz «bop files,
pad es, 6 large grindstones,
iks and fixtures,
î
do shovels and s
1 do grinstone cran
4 coils manilla rope for plow lines,
10 doz tin buckets. 6 doz tin cup«,
2 doz Japan'd wash jpans, 2 doz tin milk pans,
4 *• spinhing wheels—ail for «ale by
'ULKERSON.
feb6
W. B. I
F LOUR,—30 bbl«. "Harrisou" Flour, extra
just received and for sole by
W. B. FULKERSON.
junl'J
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