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Af'D
blEMICAL STORE
In .Hurruy'i ISuiltling,
[OPPOSITE WASHINGTON HJLL)
r on*r
OIOSOIVT, MI»S;
CHARLES SHREVE,
P rUGGIST, Chemist, and dealer in Drug«.
Medicine», Chemical«. Faint*. OH*, Yarnuh
, grrobea. Pe rf um er y, Sjiicea, Window Glass,
Sent Medicine*,
UOOHN, tiTATIOIERV,
AND
t \ \ fi Y Alt T I G IM,
* INVITES THE ATTENTION OF
PIumMth. Physicians timl flic
'I IIL/C GENERALLY, TO JUS
Netcand ErJcnsive Stak
,i{ihe the above named articles, all of which have
purchaaed during the present Winter and
coring, ami may be relied on as pure and genuiue
Attirent thé vast importance of having none
u| the best article*, he has endeavored to select
articles o ly, which he believes to be pure.
1 calculated to give satisfaction.
Having permanently located in Port Gibson,
I «.cured the »ervice* of an experienced Drug
and < lemist, he respectfully solicits a share
^,(,e public patronage.
Phv-'cian»' Prescriptions will receive particular
•itenti«"- *'* hours of the day or night.
JVrt Gibson, March 30, 1853,
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PURE SELECT POWDERED
DRUGS,
„F ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES
78L.U •<* Medicine, put up in one lb., half lb.,
I and quarter lb. Mtles, warranted to be genu
and free from any adulteration.
Choice Medicinal Extracts
Fffpsred in such a manner as to obtain the active
r'isripte of each one, from the celebrated estab
.„„„•nt of Tilden A Co., who are unsurpassed iu
{j,,. preparation of superior extrarts.
Tlir*e are selected with the greatest ear*, and
taJV )«• relied on to be really what they purport to
I*., u hu h is more than can ue said of the numerous
,forties which are offered for sale in the wholesale
ftjiket* of the Eastern Druggists, generally.
C II E M I C L A S .
(Veverv kind which are used in the South-West.
,'ireet from the most extensive manufacturers of
«ante iu the l uited State*, warranted to be
t.<ital it not Mi|icri«*r to any ini|iorted.
PATENT MEDICINES.
lYevery variety which have maintained any rep
tation tatore the public, etnhracing a very uumer
All new kinds w ill 1*e obtained when
,V*,rt-d aud furiivhed at Northern and Eastern
g|\!K)W GLASS.—PURE WHITE LEAD.
AND OTHER PAINTS,
p.fcit from the makers, including several colors
{r„uiid in oil. Linseed Oil. Tur{ieutine. Varnishes.
X. , ivill he furnished at New Orleans prices.
PERFUMERY.
F.mtji Rj/iii « (late Rousell's) establishment. Phil
ale'piria. including a numerous assortment of
Brittl e«. Coail™. Soaps, Colognes, Florida l^iven
tfr. Wa*er« and Extracts for the handkerchief.—
Tavlor*» Transjiareiit Soa|w and Wash
Ball«, a *ii|verior article for the toilet,
Ami umnrpassed by any of the
kind manufactured. A. W.
Harrison's Extracts fur
the Ilandkerrhief,
LmSraring more than thirty varieties.
Flutoriiig Extract* for Cooking.
R«v. \ .nulla. Oninge. Peach, Celery, Pimento,
Lemon, t ini.amon. Ginger and Almond.—All of
t:a* UM Ink», embracing Black. Blue, Red, Car
mine Imlellible and Copying, put up in different
•M Ixittles.
Tut Imming Lard or Lard-Oil, from Corncligs A
«. Piiiiadelplna, including extra Shades, (;Mj>er
rad glase.) Mnp Glasses, and Lamp Mats.
A handsome »«sortment of Wall Paper, Fire
>Tcen», and Oil Window Shades.
Landroth's Garden Seeds
the growth of the past season, with full di
leTi.iria how to plant the same.
M\ ««sort meut of BOOKS embrace» the differ
«.*. School Pool.* used in the College* and Schools
tins and adjoining comities. Miscellaneous
v»rks of standard authors,
bn Hovel*, lllank Hooks, Tlemor
Hnilmns Ac.Ac,
»TAT10XERY OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
1
M» !l»t.
1 i m»*
And of a kind to suit almost every taste.
„ttUiit additions, from time to time, will be
•• to the alwive s ock. so as to embrace every
•'« n my line of business, which the wants of
Lu> Mtutui ity may cal! for.
CHARLES SHREVE.
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f.
Part t«'ib*ou ■ April 6th, 1853.
I'ltl'MI ARRIVAL OF
Spring nnö Summer
G O O D S,
tin Corner of Farmer and Carroll Sts.,
PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI.
HUMAN & BLOCK
LT tVK the pleasure to inform their friends and
11 Iwn.-i customers, that they have just received
r -iippl v of Spring and Bummer Goods, direct
» Ww Orleans, to which they iuvite the atten
« «if the public. Their Stock consists in part of
lullmving articles, to wit :—
Printed Orgaiul. Muslin, new style.
Phiiu and Colored Bareges,
* White do.
** Black do.
do.
Figur« d
IV.imiet, cronr-barred, dotted and Swiss Muslin;
; harrt« . Calicos; Corded Shirt» and Collars;
:i'l<-r,l«-,-vi*«. Cuff*. Chemisettes: Jaconet and
Kvj«, Kilgings; Liiieu Cambric Handkerchiefs;
iaitl Madras: Irish Linen and Table Damask;
[•""'ll Hriil'iigti an<l Checks : Cottonades,Shirtings
'.. g*. lied A Figured Damask, forCurtains.
i Vfl.KMEN S & BOYS CLOTHING!
Shirt*. Undershirts and Drawers ; Coats,
'''and iwntaloons. of different qualities; Ho
***ry and Gloves ; Silk and Cotton.
HATS AND CAPS.
comjdete assortment of gentlemen's and boy's
A. Beaver, and Straw Hat*. Cloth, Velvet,
Glazed Cap*
BOOTS AND SHOES.
An t-xo-lb-ut asKortmrnt of ladies', gentlemen'*,
Ipo'.i*» and lb>y* B-, nt» and Shoe*, to wit:
Genta fine gilt top Call Boots ;
" and coarse Calf Brogans;
*' '■ *• NilfMli
Bov* fine and coarse Boots and Shoes;
Ladies' lancy Bloomer lhiots ;
f colored tasting Gaiters ;
Children's Silk fancy do.
Ladies' Carnet Slippers ; Children's fancy
Montez ; ami a general »»sortment of Negro
IM*. Shoes. Brogans, et«.
rmr.uY! cuttleryi cuttleryj
: ' - l-'i.rU Spoons, Pad-locks, pen-knives of
'l'udiUe., etc., etc. ______
VAniEmns
,, 'irte Monies. Spectacles, Fancy Soap. pens.
«nb*. Bru.bes for hair and doth, Shirt nod putt
#,t "i.». Razors and Strops, cotton and wool card*,
["king-glasses, «pool and flax Thread, Sewing
h. Hooka a«Ml Eyes, Percussion Capa, Scuror»
Nobles and Pins ; a general supply ot
LA-WARE, GLASS-WARE, WOOD-WARE
AND CROCKERY.
They *!,„ i^p constantly supplied with all de
|*tmn* of
Wx:DRIES, AND WESTRRN
PRODUOU:
Mr Mock at present consists of Sugar. Molasses,
a Vineger, Star Candles. Soap, Hams, Lard,
and bulk Pork, Tobacco and Cigar», Sweet
lc;^* tc hu|is, etc. etc.
«d and »ee lor yourselves, and we warrant you
*e ran aud will sell as cheap, if not cheaper,
any oilier merchant iu the place. Try u*,
'l u for vour»ctves.
Mwc h 30.1853. W*»jr
Fishing Tackle!
Lo
O aV«KST Steel Kirby Hooka; 5009
H Ij Headed and Bowed Limerick do.;
^ Sinewed Hook«, all aize*.
Flux and 6fM Liane; Saals,
• general assortment of the best Fiab
' •* *!«, |«ut received and for role by
S B. & w. E WALKER,
9 AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
«1
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO
fcf., lie.. Ac.
Main street, (one door above the Washington
Hall.) Port Gibaon, Miaa.
July 38,1853.
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M ACCARONI AND CHEESE -10 boxes Ital
tan Maccaroni; 13 boxes good Westen.
Cheese, for sale by
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8. B & W. E. J CALKER.
FZ ftÄ
( * U 8. B. & U E. U ALKER.
U BOXES good J'aide Claret. « boxes Haut
Saturn White wine, for sale by
May 1 1—38-tf S. B A W E. »TALKER.
C H A M PAGNE WINES. — Heidaick, N.H.
Schreiiler and Creme de Bouzy. Brandies, P.
H. Goddard. Old Sazcrac, /'each, he., by
May 11—38-tf S. B. h W. E. WALKER,
JUST RECEIVED,
14,000 HAVANA CIGARS, of th c
most Favorit« Brands ; and a few more box
ca of that celebrated Burton & May's Extra
Gold Leaf Totxieco, just received l»y
S. B. & W. E. WALKER.
April 13, 1843.
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JUST RECEIVED.
I ^RESII Missoiirie Dried Beef.
10 Boxes and half Boxes Itallian Maccaroni,
13 do. Good Western Cheeae,
Small Loaf Sugar Clarified Ac..
Claret and White Wines, Ac.
April 27, 1853
8. B. A W. E. II'u.kcr.
Fishing! Fishing!
TUIIERE can I get the best Fishing
»■ Tackle?" "At Walker's — they
have just got ttf* a complete assortment.
Hinting of Filcd-head Limerick Hooks,
Ring
Flat
And the célébrât eel Gravitation Hooks —
of all sorts and si zes. They have also a
line assortment of Fish Lines, consisting
of Flax, Grass, Hemp, Silk, Uotton. Rus
sian Hemp, and Furuiahed Lines.—Also,
Floats, Keels, Fishing Books. Artificial
Minnows, Shrimps, Worms, Flies, Ac.—
Give them a call.
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Notice .
TJJAMILIES would do well to send for their
X bread at YValkor's a* they are not having
any sold on commihsion, for which reason they will
increase their Loaves in weight. Tickets 22 for
our ilntlar, to be had at the Manufactory.
tXT" M'e not only keep bread at our Principle
Stand on Main Street, but also at our store on
Farmer s street, opposite P. Bethea.
January 5,1853.
8. B. A ir. E. H'ai.kf«.
Fresh Groceries.
A IKSSRS S. B A W. E. WALKER, keep con
lvX stantly on hand and for sale, at prices to suit
customers, the following enumerated articles.
Best sugar-cured Hams.
Flour, fancy brands.
N- O. and sugar-house mola*»es,
Hlar and «perm candles,
Rio. Laguvni and Havana coffee,
Brown, clarified, crushed and loaf sugar,
Balt, coarse and fine,
Boston, soda and butter crackers,
Pine-apple
Winter strained lard oil,
Fresh almonds, pecans, and Brazil nuts,
Water-proof Cap* and gun powder,
Tobacco, best brand*,
Tobacco, for plantation use,
Allspice, pepper, and ground ginger,
An assortment of tin and crockery ware,
59 keg* of naila,
No. I and 2 mackerel,
Toilet, castile and brown soaps.
A western reserve cheese.
Green and black teas,
• Lobsters, salmons, sardines and pickles.
Common and superior playing carda.
Broom«, house and well buckets,
Milk pails and sieves, Ac., Ac.
LIQUORS.
J. B. A P. H. Goddard, and Jean Louis Brandies,
American and peach brandies,
Scotch am! Irish Whiskeys,
Bourbon and Monongahela Whiskeys,
Rectified and common Whiskey».
Champaigne Wines, of best brand*, in ntsand qts,
Clarets, of different brands in pints and quarts,
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines,
Brown Stout. London and Scotch Ale,
Holland and New York Gin,
Stoughton and Gouley Bitters,
Cordials, of all kinds.
They would respectfully call the attention of
the community to their stock of superior
CIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCO;
which has lieen selected with much rare, and will
not fail to please all who find solace from the In
dian weed.
fLT* Our object is to sell low forrosA. Call and
examine our stock
Attached to the above is a BAKERY, where
warm Bread, Cake» amt Rutkt can be procured «ve
ry evening, made of the liest materials. Families
supplied with Bbrsd Ticxers, 33 per fl.
Uy* Fresh Flour for sale by tne barrel, or in
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small quantities to suit purchasers.
Port Gibson. July 38. 1852
ISYD0BE STRAUSS,
UKALER IN
F ANC Y AN D S TA P L E.
DRY GOODS,
No. 1, Murray ! s Building,
W OULD respect folly announce to the public
that he has just received a splendid assort
ment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in
part as follows :—
DRESS GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
and latest styles, selected with care ; a splendid
assortment of
Linen Cambric Handkerchief», Sleeves,
Cuffs, Capa, Collars, Velvet. Silk, and
Lace Dress Trimmings ; Ribbons
of all kind* and colors;
Swiss M u si i n, ptaia»
figur'd A emboard.
ALSO, _
Bishop Lawn*, Jaconctta and Cambric; Silk*.
Leghorn Bonnet*, Parasol*, Spanish and trench
Pans ; Silk and Thread Laces, Edging etc.
A varietv of tad icy' Gaiters, Shoes aud
Slippers. Glrtves of *U kinds.
/ would call the attention of Gentlemen to my fine
and fashionable stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
Boots. Shoes. Gaiters and Hats, Shirts and Collars
Cravat*. Gloves, etc. Also to my heavy stock ol
STAPLE GOODS, CUTLERY, HARD
WARE QUKENSWARK, CROCK
ERY, CASTINGS, &c., 4c.
Together with numerous other articles, too tedious
to mention.
I can afford to sell as cheap as anv body, and
,,od# without charge.
and try to suit customara. Call and *ee.
March 30 1853.

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T
A
Insolvent Notice.
To all the Creditors of the Estate tf
Andrew Cite**, deceased, declared In
solvent at March Term A. D. 1853,
of the Hon. Probate Court tf Clai
borne County, Mississippi.
¥ ■0(1 are hereby notified to file your
Claims against said Estate, Probated
according to Law. with the undersigned
Clerk of said Court, on or before the loth
day of October, next, 1853, Of 4ho same
will be forever barred.
By order of the Court,
JAMES A. GAGE, Clerk.
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April 6 1853.
NEW GOODS!
Fall Goods!! Cheap Goods!!!
«1
cosNra or maim and bank ara.
COMMERCE IS KING'
Hang the Banner upon the Ontor Wall !
lE^jM Y IS, STILL THEY COME!
atock^WiE'
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I
AM
eivingand opening my splendid
V GOODS, for the Fall and Win
ter trade, and ] cheerfully and cordially invite all
the wom.n and the rust of mankind to CALL JXL
SEE THEM. People who w ould economize and
save their dime* will do well to call and s£e how
PER Y cheap goods can be had, and should they
not conclude to purchase from me. they will lie
more thoroughly posted as to the actual value of all
kinds of DOMES
GOODS. There are a multitude of reasons
why people should closely anU attentively
ine my large and well selected stock of goods, con
nected with a safe, prudent and wholesome ad
ministration of the household government, not
one of which, in any wise conflicts with the
lution of '98 and '99; and while it is clearly de
monstrated that the "obvious meaning and import''
ot this multitude of reasons, refers directly to the
UKAtlTT or TKXTI.'KK, KICIIXKSS Of STYLE, ELEOAXCK
or r attain, arrraioaiTT or fabric, and cheapmi.»
in price ,of my goods, it will at the tame time strike
the mind of the observing economist, that a state
of things combining a oricat and divkrsifikd sup
ply, with ucinisaLY low raiCK*, must bring
abouta "consummation devoutly to Ite wished "
in making the POOR MAN RICH and the RICH
MAX OPULENT. And although I may seem to
digress. I may be permitted to add that nothing
would afford a better groundwork for an interest
ing winter night's entertainment, than for the
kind mother, who is presumed to have examined
our steak, to gather her little flock around the
sparkling, happy, household hearth, and tell them
of Mr. Mason's cheap and beautiful goods—the
liesutiful fabrics from Cashmere, the Crape* from
Canton, in China, the Silks and Satins from France
and Italy, the Ribnns and Lares from the gay ami
fashionable citv of Lyons, the Merinos from France
England and Germany, the Chintzes from Paris
the Prints from Manchester, the Irish Linens and
Long Lawns from Glasgow and Dublin, the genu
ine Cloths of Saxony, and a thousand things of
great beauty and utility, with which to intersperse
a well regulated narrative for the juvenile's of a
winter's evening.
But to be a little more practical, I will state, for
the good of the country, more in detail of what
retail, in very large or smaller slices at very great
ly reduced prices ; and though 1 may regret I said
it, I'll sell my goods on twelve months' credit, at
the end of which, the people "/!««*," will eome
and pay me with a rush ; for none can feel so
concerned, about a debt so fully earned, as to be
guilty of procrastination, to the hazard of their
reputation.
Then gentlemen and ladies fair, hearken if you* ve
time to spare, and hear of new goods rich aiid rare,
received and being opened.
Haut
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box
TIC and FANCY DR I
exam
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for
on
There's brown, and black, and blue—yea cloths
of almost every line, from invisible green to Lon
don smoke, suited lor coat, or pants, or cloak
Ol* Cassimercti,
I've got just what you need, of mixed, and
striped and excellent Tweed ; for those exposed or
named a* sick, we've Cassimere* both strong and
thick ; for those who by fashion think to win. we
have the beautiful Doeskin—an article, I doexjwct
sir. cannot be excelled in point of texture.
Of Vestings,
Figured Silks and solid Satins, of every variety
of patterns, for weddings, parties, or the street, lor
gentlemen married, or less discreet, whom I will
furnish from hat to bout, with a cheap and chaini
ing wedding suit.
But, ladies ! pardon this dereliction, and do not
deem this all a fiction; for surely I am hound to
say, I love to turn from grave to gay, from dull old
bachelor*, dreadful drones, whom fashionable eti
quette disowns, who, in a word, are sluggish
wights, in human happiness, neophytes. Gentle
men, I kid you all adieu—the ladies are waitiug for
something new.
Those Cashmeres,
With every rainbow color, selling from three to
a single dollar—the orange, scarlet, lilac, alate, yes
every color, if you're not too late; and crimson,
pink, blue and pca-grecn, as pretty as ever have
been seen.
De Caines,
Of every pattern and latest style, so rich that
they excite a smile—suited for ladies of doubtful
age, as well as those who would engage—prett v for
the maid, becoming to the mother, and offered
cheap to the one or the other.
Those Silks,
Ol Gro de Nap or Gro de Rhine—come, lady
fair, they shall be thine. 'Tts but for you tospeak
the sentence—delay will surely bring repentance
Which will you have? say. quickly say, before you
lose that rich Broche! They're all »0 pretty, it is
hard to tell, which will be the first to sell : those
plaids, and stripes, aud running vines, how brill
iantly their beauty shines; tlio'e lovely Satins,
embroidered Swi»*es, intended only for full grown
missies; but they are better suited (said aside) for
she who expects to be a bride.
4 Ab Bombazine* and Crape*. Collars,Sleeves
Cutwand Canes; Ribons embracing three hundred
piece#, all colored Crape«, and fine Crape Lisses;
Ribbons for bonnets, belt* and neck. Swiss, Jaco
net, Cambrics jlainÿud cheek ; Ginghams, solid,
plaid and »trine«, assorted, and "Parisian Flounces"
just importe«,
ty reverts, to corded, flounced and Mohair Skirts;
and well reconciled, he trust* the ladies' faces, will
gaze with fond delight upon those handsome ta
res, Inserting», Edgings, of Jaconet and Swiss, af
fording beauty to those who offer bliss; Fringes.
Galloons and handsome Broche Braids, for sedate
matrons and more lovely maids; five hundred pie
of good pattern Prints, and very handsome
styles of new French Chintz; ladies Gloves, silk
and kill, and pic net mitts, at every price, from a
dollar as low down as two bit* ; silk, cashmere,
cotton and alpacca Hose, much cheaper than some
people would suppose; Spool Cotton, Ta[>e, Pins,
Buttons and Needles in profusion, Bobbin, Cord.
Piping, Bonnet Wire and Blond Illusion Excuse
me, ladies, if I should close at that, and ask atten
tion to one " word "—verburn tat. Then come one,
come all. you'll 6nd 11» very handy, in showing
each the ntoe/ut n/wrandi. of buying cheap, by pay
ing up when due, your yearly debts. toGentileand
to Jew.
September 29, 1852.
of
And the undersigned with modes
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HE IN SEASON.
r ' is a good plan to have the Gin fixed during
the Summer months, while Gin-Wrights can
lie obtained without much difficulty, instead ol
delaying the work until September, when the
rush comes. It is equally a good plan to be lully
provisioned and prepared, that thc hands may not
be interrupted to *eud to town for Pork, Baggm«
and Rope. Ac., during the picking season, aud to
avoid this delay, I have provided a good supply of
all the articles ordinarily used on plantation». I
have now on hand
250 bbls. Mess Pork,
100 " Ohio Flour,
200 Coils Rope,
100 pieces Kentucky Bagging,
65 half " *
25 bales India Bagging,
5 •* Twine,
15 casks Bacon.
15 raves Russet Brogans,
100 kegs tard,
25 bbls. Molasses,
And to Arrive:
J00 half bbls. St, Louis F our,
30 bales Linseys and Jeans,
Which will be sold on a credit until the first of
January to responsible partie» if they desire, or
lower for cash. J. S. MA80N.
July 13, 1851.
T
ple
and
they
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Mia
Fine
K
Gin-Stands.
T AM AGENT FOR E. CARRER A Co.'a new
A and improved Gin-Stands, said to be by experi
enced planter* the best in uro. Persons wishing
thi« Gin-Stand, can be immediate y auppa^l, by
calling on me. J.S. MASON.
July 13,1853. ^ 47 '"
Close of the Season.
A S the time i»fa*t passing away for the u*e of
Spring and Summer Good*, lor thi« year, and
a* I desire to prepare the way for the new «foclr
for the Fall Trade, I will roll the prroent■ atoek at
greatly reduced price». J -«• * Aî*U-v •
July 13, 1855. * 7 ~ tf
Corn! Corn!
J UST received by the undertigued 500 bushel*
corn in racks.
June 30, 1653
J. S. Maso*.
SPOONER EORBES,
FAMILY GROCER,
No. 7, STAMP'S ROW,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Jane 2, 1802,
!
APRIL 27, 1853.
fldOO HAVANA CIGARS,
UVVV SW lb«. Sugar Cured Hama,
2 Casks Clear Rides,
30 Kegs Lard,
10 bhla. Choice Sugar,
300 lb*. Chewing Tt.barea,
30 box* Wine, Water. Soda A Butter Crackers,
12 do. Star Candles. Abo, Corned Beef. Dried
Beef; True Lemon Syrup; Tea; Salt; Powder:
Spice ; Fish Hooks and Lines ; Preserving Ket
tles ; Brandy Peaches and Cherries ; Havana Pre
serves; Prunes: Layer Raisins; Lamp Chimnirs
and wicks; Candies; Cocoa Dippers, and a variety
of other articles just received, and for sale on ac
commodating term*, by SPOONER FORBES.
Port Gibson. April 27,1853
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oil mv stock of superior Brandies
Call and see.
WILL sell
AT COST, for CASH.
April 20-tf
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S. FORBES. <
PIE FRUITS, PICK. LES* &c.
DOZ. Bottles Pie Fruit,
4 doz. cans Fresh Peaches, 13 doz. Bottles
Pickles, 3 doz. bottles Extracts Celery, Nutmeg.
Vanilla. Ac.; I doz. bottles Red Currant Jellv ; 2
doz.bottles Brandy Peaches; 12 doz. rans Yeast
Powder; 2doz. cans superfine Mustard, just re
ceived. and for sale by S. FORBES.
Feb. 23, Ih.VJ.—27-tf
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DECEMBER 20.
Of-lbls St. LOUIS nnd OHIO FLOUR,
20 do WHITE POTATOES,
10 do SUPERIOR APPLES,
0 kegs MALAGA GRAPES,
Aud a host of good things, just received, by
SPOONER FORBES.
Port Gibson, Dee» 20, 1852.—18-tf
Fresh Groceries.
RRLS. Dutfields New Ham »,
9000 Havana Cigars,
300 lbs. choice Chewing Tobacco,
80 Drums and | drums fresh figs,
10 Boxes W. R. Cheese,
J. A. "
I I Boxes Rio Coffee,
1 Hhd. Choice Sugar.
1 Bbl. Winter strained Lard Oil,
290 Lbs. St. Louis Candies, the best
in the State,
20 Boxe* Cracxnel Biscuits,
IS 4 * Star Candles,
Spenn "
10 Bbls Molasses, bids. A } bbls.
Flour, lard, lemons, oranges, pecans, almonds,
starch, soap, potatoes, crushed and pow dered sugar,
macaroni, sweet Ail, plough lines, fish-hooks and
lines, pure white wine vinegar, cider vinegar,
cranberris, dried apples, broma chocolate, powder
and shot, caps, mackarel, blacking, and a variety
of articles on hand aud receiving by
Feb.9,1853 SPOONER FORBES.
Cheap Groceries.
1 .j BOXES fresh Buckwheat at SI 50 per box,
13 " Soap at C| cents per pound, and a
number of other article* equally as cheap, call aud
see what bargains cau be had for the rash.
Feb. 9. 1853
3OQ0
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'iii
10
or
to
8. Fokbks.
Sundries.
O N HAND ard receiving,
64 Boxes Rairitis,
225 lbs. fresh Currants,
190 lbs. Citron,
10 barrels Apples,
200 lbs. fancy Candies,
German Toys.
Spooner Forhtt.
December 1, 1852
BAGS SHOT, 10,900 Percussion Caps.
12 bb*. Cranberries, Black Pepper Ohio Oil,
Sperm Candles, Blacking Pine Apple Cheese.
Granges, Lemon«. Lard Oil. Lard and a variety of
other articles, rail and see, just received hy
Spooner Forhtt.
36
December 1,1652.
Ciarileu Seed.
Q/'vrv PAPERS, growth of 1852, just received
UUU and for sale by Spooner Foibtt.
December 1. 1822.
Avember 1*52.
2000 LBS. Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
500 lbs. Goshen Butter, fresh;
35 boxes Fresh Buckwheat;
1 tierce Stuart't Syrup;
300 lbs. Stuart's New York Candy,
Pecan«, Chocolate. Macaroni, Molasse«, Salt. Bos
ton Crackers, Soda Crackers, Butter Crackers
Lard, Hams, Lard oil, Fire Crackers, Powder.
Oranges, Cocoa Nuts, Lemons, just received and
tor sale hr Nov. 3._ Sroo.xtx Founts.
Wooden Ware &o.
C OCOA NUT Dippers, Keelers. Tubs, Buckets,
I Zinc Wash-Boards, Axe Handles. Broom«.
Mats, Tapers, Cards, Matches, Magic Fluid. 10
Dog Dolls, ali size«, 1 Case German Toys, Marbles
of all kinds, India Rubber Balls, for sale by
November 3. Spooxkb Forbes,
Cigars:
CIGARS of the following branJs
—El Sol, A read», Millar Sal fide,
Millar Comun, Panetelas Sllfide, Millar Sobuuias,
Londres Flor de Castenon. just received by
Nov. 3 1852. ' SPOONER FORBES.
a
B
1
1
3
ral
He
Hi*
fore
12 500
Figs! Figs!
Everybody ! Call t^uiek on
«POONKR FORBES—He has just re
5D ceived a supply of Fresh Figs, —the}'
selling with a rush!
Port Gibson, Jan. 5. 1853.—20-tf
COME AND SEE
RONER'S GREAT STOCK OF
Spring miö Summer
GOODS.
T hey are now opening a most
complete assortment of Fancy Dress and Sta
ple Good.«, Clothing. Hats. Shoes, Boots, Crockery
and Hardware: and they assure the public that
they will not be undersold by any one. Their
stock comprises in part
Printed Silk Muslin,
44 *• Barege, "
" Organdi Muslin, "
« Chintz "
Plain Colored Bareges,
" Whit« ^ .
Black H -
Figured " ^ I
lacconet, Cross-barred. Dotted and Swiss Muslin,
Ginghams, Calicoi,Co*ded Skirts, Madonna do
A beautiful lot of Worked Canes and
Collar», Undeisleeve*. Cuffs, Chemi
settes, Jacconuet and Swiss Edg
ings, Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief», Worked do.
SUk and Madras do.
^tain and fi'gd
Silk Nett for Mantilla«.
new style,
•4 44
U
ü
..
Hounds, Könnet », Könnet s!
They would call the particular attention of the
Ui their stock of Fashionohle Ladies and
Mia sc* Straw, Lace, Flair, and Gimp Bonnets, Silk
Bonnet*. Misvea trimmed Straw Flat*,
Bonnet, sash, neck and belt Rihbous,
Velvet and Silk Trimming«, /risfa
, Linen and Linen Table
Damask,Towling*» Lin
DritHflgS. and
Cheek*. Cottonade, Shirtings and Sheetings, Red
au 1 figured Damasks, for Curtains.
Gentlemen'! and By» Clothing.
Fine shirt*, Silk and i nr HaU, Straw Hat*, of all
description«. Ladies and Misses Shoes and Gaiter»,
Gentlemen's do.—A heavy stock of Saddlery,
Trunks and Carpet Bags, Superior Chewing To.
baceo. Mr.
It would be impossible to mention everv
Come and see for yourselves. We shsll all
prepared to show our goodt without charge
K S. ft OSER A BROTHER.
Port Gibson, March 0,1853.
T
article,
■am be
29-tf
in. g. \\ irsov &
Wholesale and Retail Dealer« in
F am i hj G roc cries Sf
PLANTA T10N SXTPPLIES.
(Bank Street, Opp'jaite Port <« ibe*on Bank,)
Port GibsOli, niss.
WOULD re»pectfully
" " Planter« and oth<
Fresh Gron rieH. purchaaed for Cash, which
are offered to customers at very low rates. Their
principle i« to make large and quick rale* with
«mall profit*.—Their stock is at piesent large and
well »elected from all the he*t market*, and will
be kept up by regular receipts during all Ma«ons.
Their arrangements are such, that they can ami
will «ell good article* at as low price* a* they can
be procured for, in thia or contiguous markets.
April 6, 1853. 3,T-tf.
call the attention of
era to their stock of
M. G. Wilson & Co.
ILL make liberal advances, in Cash or
lipliea. on COT
CURRY A PERSON,
New Or/tan ».
Port Gibson, Miss.. July (1,1853.—48-tf
Sugar Cured Hams.
if LBS. Davis' Sugar Cured Hams;—
1900 lbs. Dried Beef; 100 lbs. Bee I
W
Plantation Nil
TON shipped to
<
Tongues; 25 lbs. L».af Lard, just received by
37-tf M. G. ICILSwNACo.
■>r. Lewis' Prepared Flour,
I N half barrets, just received bv
37-tf M. G WILSON A Co.
Just Received
FROM THE CITY OF BOSTOX.
AVIS' Pickles, Davis' Pepper Sauce,
I Davis' Ketchup,
Extra flne Mustard, Yeast Powder,
Extract Lemon, Extract Host*,
Cloves, ground and whole,
Allspice, do.
Cassia,
Pepper,
Ginger.
do.
d"
do.
do.
do.
Nutmegs, Mace. Citron, English Currants,
Tapioca, Bunch Raisios, in whole half and
quarter boxes,
Heckers Farina and Corn Starch, for Pud
dings, Blanc Mange, Pies, Cakes, Custards,
Porridges, &c , Sic.
Soda Biscuit, Rice, Bent Si Co's Crackers
For sale low, by M. G. Wilson Sl Co.
April 13. 1853. 34-tf.
Just R e e e i v cd.
FROM THE CITY OF BOSTON,
1 ABBL'S. Crushed Sugar,
-*■ " 10 bbls. Pulverized Sugar,
10 bbls. Granulated Sugar,
5 bhla. Loaf Sugar,
5 bbls. Golden Syrup,
5 bbs. Boston Syrup,
25 half bbls. Mackeral, No. 1,
25 kitts Mackeral, No. 1,
10 boxes Winchester's No. 1, Extra Soap,
2 bbls. Eng. Supr Curb. Soda,
ti boxes Castile Soap,
10 boxes .Sperm Candles,
50 boxes Pembroke Table Salt,
2 bbls. best Sperm Oil,
2 bbls. best Solar Oil,
Cider Vinegar,
White Wine Vinegar,
G boxes Super Pearl Starch,
For sale at New Orleans prices, charges
added. M. G. Wilson & Co.
April 13, 1853. 34-tf.
M. G. Wilson & Co
• J
Keep constantly on hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
PLANTATION SUPPLIES. TOWELS,
ft Sheetings, Checks, Boots, Shoe«, Hand
add Tin Ware, Harness, Collars aud Bridles,
Crockery. &c., &c.
Also Sugar Cured Hams, Plain Hams,
Reboiled Molasses, in whole and half bbls,
Lard, Powder and Shot, Nails, Rio Coffee,
Tobacco, Star Candles, Wooden Ware, Moss
Mattresses.
Port Gibson. Aoril 13. 1853.
M. G. Wilson Si €0.
34-tf.
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9
DEALER IN
Groceries , Produce ,
&c., &c., Sic..
AT HIS OLD STAND, NEXT DOOR BELOW
THE WASHINGTON HALL,
Port Gibsox, Miss.
27-1 y
February 23, 1853.
Notice.
H. P. MERUMELD
WOULD respect
fully inform the in
habitants of Port
'Gibson and vicinity,
that he has just returned from New Orleans, with
a very choice selection of
GWOOIIRIXIS,
FANCY ARTICLES \C.:
ndeed. the best assortment to be founo in this
county. His stock consist* in part »^follows:—
Havana. Java, taguira and Rio Coffee : Evans A
Swift's Hams, (superior to Duffield's) fresh Lob
ster, do. Salmon; Kentucky and Ohio M uatard
Loaf, Crushad, and Powdered Sugar; Sperm and
Star Candles; Coarse and Fine Salt; Tomato.
Walnut, and Mnshroon Ketchup ; Maccaroni; So
da; Molasses: Oil; Soap; Wrapping Paper; Al
monds; Axe handlet, Ac.
1 Case Fancy Candy; 2 do*. Cups Jams, Jellies
Mama lades : 1 ease Canton Preserved (ringer;—
fresh Strawberries. Raspberries and Peiches;—
preserved Oranges, Lemon*. Citron, Limes and
Pine Apples; Texas Pecans. Ac.
B It AM BOUND COVERED CEDA R
BUCKETS.
1 doz. Brass-Bound Can*: 1 doz Piggins; 1 doz
Well Buckets; 1 doz. Painted Barrel Covers;—
1 doz. R- K. Mouse Traps; Fabers Pencils; 1 nest
Red Tulis; Well Rope. Market Boskets, Spring
Scales, Saw Roils, Gimblets, Dark-Lantern«, Har
monicas, Cowhides, Fish-Hooks, Tripoli Polishing
Powder Ac.
3 doz. assorted Pearl, tgate, Jet Cut and Berlin
BRACBIiETS y
Porcelain Match Pots; Tack-hammers ; Hunting
Horns. Game Bags: Wash leather Gaunletts;
Cologne; Tobacco Wallets; Vest Chains; Porte
Monnaie»; Barber's Brushes; Purses; Memoran
dum Books; Pass-Books; Dressing-Comb*; Pad
Locks; Pipe.hcad*. Tweezer*; Violin String»;
French, Fancy & White-Bo^ouied
Shirts.—Silk-RibtMMl
UNDER-SHIR TSj
Crimson and Blue do. ; Laced and Drill Drawer*;
Cotto.fVpnd Wool Socks : Carpet Bags, and a gen
ral assortment of "useftil*," for aale cheap.
CtTTIiBnYi
He has an assortment of the finest Cutlery, ever
brought to this town. *
OIGAI18:
Hi* stock of Cigars is large, aud cousists of the fol
lowing favorite Brand*:
12,500 ta Vision—the l>e*t in town;
4090 Millan Filant rophe;
1,600 Entre Actos "ta Lira.''—Give him a call be
fore purchasing elsewherp.
Port Gibson Feb. 23 1853.— 1 27-tf
o Ly t :
Come, at last Î
T HDSE who engaged Cultivatorafrom me,
are hereby inhumed that they have arrived.
ILS. FULKERSON.
44-t
Port Gibsoa, June 22,1853.
10
A. R. LEONARD &C
Successors to"
A. J. ncG IX I- ,
PORT GIBSON.
WnoUSSAUt AMU K^AIL
Dealers in
DRIGg, fflEDICINEI,
AND
of
of
CHEMICALS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS, SASH AND PUTTY,
Landkktii'.« Garden Seeds,
DYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE,
rKurnMKKr, fink soap«, anh mki.shks,
I
8TEKI. PENS, qVII.I.S, AND STATIONERY,
L E T TE R ANDCAP PA PE It,
UKIMCAL, LAW, AND MISCKLLANKOr* HOOKS.
Blank Books, Superiorlnks,
PAPER HANGINGS.
3^Physicians' Prescriptions will receive par
ticular attention at all hours of the day and night
January 12. 1853, 31 -1 v
OD M Vl.lt OIL—1 doz. Ms. Rushton
A Clark's, lor sale by
. A. R LEONARD A CO.M
r
37-tf
S I'LF. QUININE—'» ozs. from the msnii
factory of Rosenganl A Dennis, just received
and for sale by (37-tf) A. R. LEONARD A Oo.
SCI/1 EDAM SC UN A P PS.
SUPERLATIVE Tonic. Diuretic. Anti Dys
peptic and Invigorating Cordial, a large qiian
tity just received, and for sale by April 0 tf
A. R. LEONARD A CO.
A
SIMMON'S LIVER MEDICINE AND PILLS
O NE of the best Remedies that ha* yet been
discovered for the relief of all disease* arising
from a disordered state of the Liver.
Just received, and for sale by April C tf
A. R. LEONARD fe CO.
Wines and llrundics.
T HE best of Wines ami Brandies on hand and
for sale for medicinal purposes, by
A. R. LEON ARD A Co.
Jan 23, 1853. 23-tf
j
PURE
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
YTTE HAVE added to our stock a good sup
' ' ply of School Books aud Stationary,
consisting of
Davis' Scries of School Books;
McGuffiie's Reader;
Goodrich 's Historys;
Mitchell's Geography 9 ;
Webster's Dictionary's;
Elementary Spelling Books;
Town's Spellers;
also, a great many other books for .Schools
tnd Academies.
January 12, 1853.
E HAVE on hand, and will be con
«tantly receiving during the spring
months, good assoitments of the Purest
Drugs and Medicines, from the best
house* iu Philadelphia, Ciuciunatti. and
New Orleans.
Planters aud Physicians are renuested to give
us a call, a* we shall offer for sale good articles
only, and at the lowest market prices,
A. R. LEONARDA Co,
At. McGiu-'s Old Stand.
22-tf
W
Port Gibson. Jan. 19,1653.
A Few Fresh Garden Seeds.
ROM Landrerth have come to hand cal! and
see them soon.
January 12, 1S53.
F
A. R. LEONARD A Co.
21-tf
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
'
A. R. LEONARD Si Co.
21-tf
3
Fancy Articles
U* ANC Y Boxes, Work Boxes, Snuff Boxes
Needle Boxes Hair Brushes, Tooth do
Nail do, Hat do, Cloth do. Soaps of all kinds,
Cologne Extracts, Powders, Small Pots, aud
a thousand other little things, wc can sell you if
you will call aud give us an opportun ity. _
A. R. LEONARD & Co.,
Main Street, Port Gibson.
21-tf
Jan. 12. 1853.
Books for Presents.
A nnuals for 1*53—Bible
Albums—Scrap-books—Childrens Books of
larious kinds—Miscellaneous Books—Uncle Toms
Cabin—Aunt Phillis Cabin and Parlor, besides a
very great variety of other books, all offered very
cheap, and must be sold by
A. R. LEONARD A Co.
21-tf
Hymn-books—
Jantiary 12. 165".
PURE COD LIVER OIL.
A Fresh supply of this justly celebrated medi j
cine for sale by A. R. LEONARD A Co. t
January 12,1853.
'— : ' * ' ' ' ' ~ j
Paper the Walls of your Houses.
W ,.«., . , . . „
HEN you can get paper so cheap at A R.
Leonard A Co.'s and can have it put on the
wail, by as good workmen as can be found any
where—call and see the paper, don t forget to
come to A. R. Leonard A Co.'s—for that is the
place.
21-tf
i
Jan. 13, 1853.
Lamps ! Lamps ! and Giromioles ! !
f Oifafier than ever wa» offered—made in
Philadelphia by ConvlitlR, only a few on
hand, come soon, or waste a good bargain
A.R. Licoxjiiin A Co.
Jan. 12,1853
21 -t
C'>ugha Colds and Consumption.
T HIN i* the season of the year when cough
I and cold» attack the svstem most, and plants
that dreadful disease in the human body called Cos
srnmox—O. O. Woodman has prepared a reme
dy for these ailing complaints—called Ghorr>
Sectoral. Call at A. ft. Leonard A Co. in Port
Gibson, and purchase one bottle for SI 00, or six
bottle* for $5 00. Jan. 12,18o3. 21-tf
Dyspepsia can be Cured.
G O to A. R. Leonard A Çp.'t in Port Gibson, and
I get a bottle of Oryftrn Ritter » it will cost
only $1 00. or six bottles for $5 00.
Jan. 12 1853. A. R. Lkonard A Co.
GUN SHOP.
WILSON BAREII
I
n AVING permanently established himself in
Port Gibaon. will punctually, and with de
spatch, fill all orders Tot the manufacture or repair ol
RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOT-GUNS,
and any description of Fire Arm*. Having had
fifteen years experience in the Gunsmithing bus*,
ness, he feels certaiu that he can giv* full satisiac
tion to all customers. All work warranted.
He has located himself in the shop formerly oc
cupied as A. J. Carnahan« Tailor-snop, on Main
street, near the Post Office.
He has on hand and for «ale. a few English Dor
gijt-mntruD Shot Grit», of the latest styles.
CEF* Prices, in all case*, reasonable..^
July 21, 1852 48-1 y
on
He
of
ECLIPSE
just
sell
that
Sale
Livery
and
a JUST RECEIVED,
And now on hand and for sale—
1 pair lar£ fine bay Carriage Horae*
1 pair extra fine bay Poney Horses
8 fine Saddle and Buggy Horseg,
We wish to make a »hört di-al with thia Stock;
therefore, cheap for Ca*h or Fall arreptanett.
Juae8, 42 tf. BETHEA A MILL
Stable.
line,
ed,
for
likan.
A Fill I. 1, 18S9.
BUCKINGHAM PRO'S
»
.1ERCIIANT8,
Corner of Main and Hank Street.
Port Gibaon, Miss
AVING MADE PURCHASE OF THE
»tock uf I o m!« of II. 8. FtfXxrxaoN, and hav
ing made extensive addition« thereto, are now
prepared to «"pply all the want* of this market,
on the moat rea«onable terni!'. They will keep a
lull assortment of
FANCY AXD STAPLE DRY GOODS,
II
BOOTS. ÖIIOE»
Clo (lin?. Pin illation -iipplies,
Hard via re, Ac., Ac.
New Goods !
T he undersigned have received
from New Orleans, a very hand some assort
ment .»I
SPRING A SUMMER
GOOD S.
THE ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
1« particularly called to their
DRESS GOODS,
Embracing all the new and farhiowi/Jr varieties
«elected with great care from the firrt am vs I* in
New Orleans, before the good* had been picked
We can also show a beautiful assortment of
New Priids, Gloves, Undetslceves,
Chemisettes,new Style,
Work'd Collar* and Handkerrhiefs,
Eibbonr, and a splendid stuck of gloves, of
every lar.ety.
Thc attention ul GENTLEMEN is called tothcii
new stock of
over.
SPRING WEAR, OF LIGHT CLOTH
BOOTS. SHOES, AND HATS,
Gloves. Cravats, L. B. Shirts, Collars, Ac.,
Durkin ghaut Dros.
April, 27. 1833.
Children's Wear.
I'lHt BOYS.
A t Great variety of Plaid Caxrimers, Codington»,
Pearl River Tweed«, Cadet ditto. Bird's eye,
ditto. Kapolna, Plaid Velvet, Emmie Cassimeia
etc.,etc.
FOR OIBI.S.
Plain and small figured Delaine*;
Gala and Carolina Plaids;
Opera cloths, Dotted Flannels, etc., etc.
Just received and for sale by Bccxisoit.ix Baas.
April 37, 1853.
Carpeting*, Ac.
BEAUTIFUL assortment consisting of
Brussels;
Three Ply;
Plain anil
Passage.
Also. Handsome Rug*, new style,
Parlor Mats;
D< or Mat»; Oil Cloth;
Carpet Bindings, Ac., for *a!e by
Euckmglut/n Bros.
A
April 27,1653.
Just Rece i v i n (j :
bbls. PORK — Mess,
Rumps, and Shoulder
I Butts,
28 PLOWS, 20 Sacks SALT, 7 Boxes To-
bacco, 10,000 CIGARS —Cheap but goo-—
17 Boxes Cheese, 1 Bale Cotton Yarn, 45
Kegs NAILS, Rope, Wagou Boxes, Wrought
Nails, Ac , all for sale by
-B UCKLNGHAM BROS. |
Port Gibson, April 27, 1*53.
100
40 do. FLOUR,
KENTUCKY SOCKS.
Boy's heavy and coarse
and col'd. 3 doz. meu's
DOZ. Men's and
Ky. Sock«, white
and boy's fine Kv. socks, do. 2 doz. Women's
stockings, white and col'd. For sale by
April 27, 1853. Bk kim.iiam Bros.
12
SILKS, DRESS GOODS, &('
S ELECTED with great care by the
from the stock of A. C. Stewart, New
2 pieces black Broderine;
' " extra Brown satin;
tterns, a variety olhfl rode Athens;
Pow de soir. Brocade
iindersignej
York.
In dress pal
Changeable
3 beautiful Albonese Robes;
A variety of Plain A col'd De Laines A Merino's;
Black Alpacas, Mohair and Bombazine, some very
fine;
Black satin and fancy silk Cravats.
Other articles iu the same line yet to arrive.
Buckingham Bros.
Pow de soir:
April 27, 1853.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE.
B UREAUS—dressing and plain :
Tables—centre, card, dining and breakfast,
Washstands, assorted ;
Lounges ;
Bedsteads, walnut.sycamore, cherry and poplar;
Trundle Bedsteads and Cribs ;
Writing Desks;
Chairs, office, cottage, cane-seat, split and Wind
sor; Bedsteads for Mi«ses;
Rocking, cane-seat, muaic and sewing;
Chüdrei's Chairs, assorted;
Spring Mat trasses and Feathers;
Moss and Shuck Mattraasea;
For sale by
j April 27 1853.
t -
j Uf E arc now receiving our spjen
did assortment of ha ts,
consisting ol the superior Beaver
am] South Carolina Planter.
rior ,.| ush aud silk,
Sllk ch lhan „„ befor , offereU
*
Buckingham Brot.
Hats! Hat! !
here
Kossuth Casimer;
Seal Nap'd;
Pearl Merino;
Sombreros;
Sou. Westers;
Black Wool;
Fur silk, plush, velvet, cloth and glazed Cap»'
Boy's fancy Wool and silk Hats and Caps of ever}
variety:
Children's Plush Turbans;
Misses' laucy Hat» with Feathers.
Buckingham Bros.
April 27, 1851.
Hoys Clothing.
A GREAT variety of the latest style juat re
ceived and For sale by
Buckingham Bros.
April 27. 1853.
Russet».
PAIR Russets;
Bovs;
150 u Childrens For role hy
Buckingham Bros.
1200
•JOO
April 27, 1853.
Wagon and 1'louRlt
MANUFACTORY.
DAKIN
■U
W ISHES to inform hit old friend* and the pub
lic generally, that he still continues to carry
on the
Waffon and Plough Making Busi
ness.
He continues to make Iron Axel Wagons for
mules or oxen Mr. D. has on band a superior loi
of
IRON STEEL , J- SLAB STEEL.
just received from Cincinnati, which he offers to
sell on reasonable terms. He alao withes to state
that he keeps cohstand on hand
SOLID 8TREL SWEEPS,
with or without stock«. He ha« on hand Wagon
Boxe» on reaaouable term«, and can furnich any
kind of casting» for cuatomers or other* in hia line.
Mr. D. ia at all thnes ready, with the be»t of
workmen, to receive and execute any orders in hia
line, aa his work in every department is warrant,
ed, he hopes that Planter* will call and examine
for themselves.
[TF" Shop on Court Hou«e square.
Pott Gibaon, March 9,1853.
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