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rfïEMICALSTO E,
in l*lnrmy , ii Building,
.OPPOSITE WASHINGTON HALL,)
aiDSON, MISS
fsonT
.
CHARLES SHREVE,
P rffiGlST, Fhemist. ami dealer in Drugs.
y| fibrine«, Chemical». Paint». Oil«, Yarnish
jpushe*. Perfumery, Spices, Window Glass
trat Medicines,
HOOK«, STATIONERY»
AND
Il ! Vf* V I H F T E
H 4 \ W * .1 II I I Id Id JW 0 •
■ |\vi ITS THE ATTENTION OP
p|HNlrm< Plijdclan«, a ml llir
, r mW GENERALLY, 'IV JUS
Nric and Extensive Stoc k
1 Ae the above named article», alt of which have
purchased during the present Winter and
* and may he relied on a» pure ami genuine
4 »aiie «I the vast importance of hm ing none
, 1 ,,. b. st article*, he has endeavored to select
article« o lv, which he believes to lie pure,
j ,-ai. ulated to give satisfaction.
1 Ua- •,»- permanently located in Port Gibson,
red the services of an experienced Drug
t'iic iii*t, he respectfully solicits a share
L ibr r iij ' ic iw'ronage.
ji'iSi.s* Prescriptions will receive particular
. at all hours of the day or night,
on, March 30, 18.VI.
•F
32-1 f
PURE SELECT POWDERED
DRUGS,
P AI.I. THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES
I " !',P in Medicine, put up in one lb., half lb..
*nJ «iiiarter lb. bottle«, warranted to be genn
. .v J five from any adulteration.
Choice Medicinal Extracts
„•«red in *wh > manner a« to obtain the active
ul « ach one. from the celebrate.! estab
Jnt ,4 Tilden tt Co., who are unsurpassed iu
.1 • rr;>#ration t*l «uperior extracts.
; a rc selected with the greatest care, and
„ rrii «I on to be really w hat they purport to
li- Viiii'li i* mure than can ne said of the numerous
I! ,•;„ « Inch are nllcrcd for sale in the wholesale
IL.s-r ,.i the Kastei» Druggists, generally.
I C H K M IC LAS.
fr;
kind which are used in the South-West.
■ ■t irntn th e most extensive manufacturers ot
the United States, warranted to be
trisme in
, J it r.ot superior to any imported.
PATENT MEDICINES.
t\ttr variety w hich have maintained any rep
4 - .„ Utore the publie, embracing a very numer
. !i»t. All new kinds will he obtained when
cl and furnished at Northern and Eastern
\DO\V GLASS.— PURE WHITE LEAD,
AND OTHER PAIXTS,
t from the makers, including several colors
Linseed Oil. Turpentine. Varnishes, i
, Bazin's (Isle Rousetl'sj establishment, Phil-1
his. including a numerous assortment oft
. ... f. . .8.,aps. Colognes, Florida I-aven
■ li'vi ;- ami Extracts for the handkerchief.—
1<\'.-r's Transparent Soaps and Wash
Italls, a superior article for the toilet,
And unsurpassed by any of the
kind manufactured. A.W.
Harrison's Extract* for
the Handkerchief.
Embracing more than thirty varieties.
r lax wring Extrada for Conking.
' # Vanilla. Orange, Peach. Celery. Pimento»
i . n. Cinnamon, Ginger ami Almond.—All of
I fit Ink«, embracing Black, Blue. Red. Car
I • indel ible and Copying, put up in différent
p| ixittle*.
[■iiurning Lard or 1-ard-Oil. from Cornelias fr
i i.;ia!eiphia. including extra Shades, (paper
[ j!a»s.| Limp Glasses, and Lamn Mats.
liLamlvnine assortment of Wall Paper, Fire
I o, and Oil Window Shades.
Landreth's Garden Seeds
I- u.,1 ill oil.
. nil) be furnished at New Orleans prices.
PER FUMER Y.
liupn
■ crewth of the past season, with full di
nt tiuw to plant the same.
. -uertmeut of BOOKS embraces the differ
">I Books u*ed in the College* and Schools
Miscellaneous
and adjoining counties.
:.s nfstandard authors.
u Novels. RIank Books, Memor
andums Ac, Ac.
T10NERY OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
KrA nf a kind to suit almost every taste,
n.fsitt addition*, from time to time, will be
- to the above s ock, so as to embrace every
[ c in my line of business, which the wants ol
b tf.imiuiity may call for.
CHARLES SHREVE..
33-tf
Gibson.April Cth, 1853.
I'HEfrll ARRIVAL Of
pang nnö Stimmer
G O ODS,
the Corner of Fanner and Carroll Sts.,
PORT (ilDSON, MISSISSIPPI.
LI.HAN. & BL.0ÇA
J ,VE the pleasure to inform their friends and
'u.ri customers,!hat they have just received
■ - triply of Spring and Summer Goods, direct
V •.» Orleans, to which they invite the atten
lie. Their Stock consists in part of
vu ; articles, to wit
I'ritiled Organ ! Muslin, new style.
J .am and Colored BaregeS)
" White
" Black
do.
Mb
do.
Figured
cr ios-harred. dotted and Swiss Muslin;
. "r.*; Calicos; Corded Shirts and Collars:
1 «"vet. Cuff*. Chemisettes; Jaconet and
Edgings; Linen Cambric Handkerchiels;
'• '! 'Udra*: Iri*b Linen and Table Damask;
Urming* and Checks : Cottonsde«, Shirtings
Red fr Figured Damask, forCurtains.
<*•*««*;
to
and
•'TLK.MKN8 k BOYS CLOTHING!
iris. Undershirts and Drawer* j Coats,
jiantaloons, ol different qualities; Ho
*!*'* Gloves ; Silk and Cotton. ___
I1ATS AND CAPS.
'Vn-te assortment of gentlemen's and boy «
leaver, and Straw Hats. Cloth, Velvet,
'■ ued Caps
I BOOTS AND SHOES.
W'xcplleiit ai«*ortmrnt of ladies', gentlemen's,
B**wiu Boy* Boot* and Shoes, to wit:
line gilt top Cal! Boots;
I u and coarse Calf Brogans ;
I" " " Slippern;
H*')'» fine and coarse Boots and Shoes;
■"'•■lii;«' fancy Bloomer Boots ;
colored Lasting Gaiters;
■ " Iren's Silk fancy do.
Carnet Slippers ; Children's fancy Lo
: and a general assortment of Negro
B^ltoe*. Brogans, etc.
VLGRV! CUTTLERY! CUTTLERYI
Fork*. 8|*oons, Pad-locks, pen-knives of
etc., etc. _
I VAIHETIBB
■* Mom«», Spectacles, Fancy Sotp. pens.
V' wrtj%|ien |or hair an«l cloth, hhirt and pant
II K«tz?»r* and Strop*, cotton and wool card«,
■ t'Slaises, spool and flax Thread, Sewing
K A 1 » and Eyes, Percussion Caps, Scissors,
■"'and Pins; a general supply ot
•'ARE. GLASS-WARE. WOOD-WARE
■ , AND CROCKERY.
■ v *'»o keep constantly supplied with all de
{ 'èRIES , AND WESTERN
PnODTJOB:
,J *k at present consists of Sugar. Molasses,
"'-ger. Star Candles, Soap. Hams. Lard,
hulk Pork, Tobacco and Cigars, Sweet
'"clitips, etc. etc.
"'d *ee for yourselves, and we warrant you
h ran and will sell as cheap, if not cheaper,
■ other merchant in tbe place. Try us,
* 'or vourselvet.
M. 1853.
Ï
day
!
1
12-1 y
1

ishing Tackle !
BEST Steel Kirby Hooks ; 5000
Headed and Bowed Limerick do.;
Sinewed Hooka, all sizes^
l ^ n Hemp. Flax and Grass Lines; Reel«,
. «general assortment of the best Fish
fi test receive! and for sale hr
11. P MF.RRIFJELD
30
wi

E,
S B.tcW, E. WALKER,
Y
and dealers in all kinds of
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO.
. frc-. frc., frc.
Main afreet, (one door above tbe Waihineto
Hall.) Port Gibson, Mi**.
July 2S, 1852.
.
n
T L 77 RECEIVED - The celebrated Younger
• f A,e ; a, ^bondon Brown Stout and Bvss» Ale.
' y (TO ' tn S- B. fr IF. E. W ALKER
and
49-1 v
M ACCA RONI AND CRBSE.-.» boxes Ital
ian Maccofoni j 15 boxes good Western
» nerse, for sale by
* B. & ir. E. (TALKER.
U BOXES good Table Claret, fl boxes Haut
Saturn White wine, for sale by
May 11—38-tf
S B be IF E W ALKER.
p II A M PAGNE W INES. — Heidsiek, N.~H
Schrenler and Creme de Bouzy. Brandie», P
II. Goddard. Old Sazerae. /Vach, ike., by
May U— 38-tf S. B. fr W. E. WALKER,
JUST RECEIVED,
14,000 HAVANA CIGARS, of the
most Favorite Brands ; and a few more box*
es of that celebrated Burton k May's Extra
Gold Leaf Tobacco, just received l>v
H B. k W. K. WALKER.
April 18, 1843.
84-tf
JUST RECEIVED.
T'RESH Missourie Dried Beef.
F 10 Boxesand half Boxes Itallian Maccaroni,
13 do. Good Western Cheese,
Small Loaf Sugar Clarified Ac.,
Claret and White Wines, Ire.
April 27, 1833
lb..
iu
to
S. B. it W. F.. HNlkkk.
Fishing ! Fishing !
TT'IIERE can I get the best Fishins;
II Turkic?" "At Walker's — they
have just got up a complete assortment, con
sisting of Filcd-hetul Limerick Hooks,
Rtng
Flat
And the celebrated Gravitation Hooks —
of all sorts and sizes. They have also a
fine assortment of Fish Lines, consisting
of Flax, Grass, Hemp, Silk, Cotton. Rus
sian Hemp, and Furnished Linos.—Also,
Floats, Reels, Fishing Books, Artificial
Minnows, Shrimps, Worms, Flies, Ac.—
34-tf
(4
do.
do. do.
do.
do.
do.
ot
be
Give them a call."
Notice.
i
A MIMES would do well to send for their
bread a! tt alkcr's a* they are not having
any sold on commission, for which reason they will
increase their Loaves in weight. Tickets 22 for
one itollar, to he had at the Manufactory.
We not only keep bread at our Principle
oft " n Main - treet. I'"' ** our «tore on
farmer « »treet. opposite P. Bethea.
of
F
S. B. fr W. E. ITalkub.
Fresli Groceries.
ESSES. S. B fr W. E. WALKER keep eon
stantly on hand and for «ale, at price* to suit
customers, the following enumerated articles.
Best sugar-cured Hams,
Flour, fancy brands.
N (l and sugar-house molasses,
Star and sperm candle».
Rio. I-aguyra and Havana coffee,
Brown, clarified, crushed and loa£«ugar,
Salt, coarse and line.
Boston, soda and butter crackers,
Pine-apple fr western reserve cheese,
Winter strained lard oil,
Fresh almonds, pecans, and Brazil nuts,
Water-proofCap* and gunpowder,
Tobacco, best brands,
Tobacco, for plantation use,
Allspice, pepper, and ground ginger,
An assortment of tin and crockery ware,
50 kegs of nails,
No. I and 2 mackerel,
Toilet, castile and brown soaps,
M
Green and black teas,
Lobsters, salmons, sardines and pickles,
cards,
tickets.
Milk pail* and sieves, frc., frc.
Common and superior playing
Brooms, house ami well n
to
LIQUORS.
J. B. fr P. II. Goddard, and Jean Louis Brandies,
American and peach brandies,
Scotch ant! Irish Whiskeys,
Bourbon and Monongahela Whiskeys,
Rectified and common Whiskeys.
Charnpaigne Win»*, of best brands, in ptsand qta,
Clarets, of different brands in pints and quarts,
Port, Sherry ant'. 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 been selected with much care, and will
not fail to please all who find solace from the In
dian weed.
rr/" Our object is to sell low for rath. Call and
examine our stock •
Attached to the above is a BAKERY, where
warm Bread, Cake* and Ru*k* can lie procured eve
ry evening, made of the best material*. Families
supplied with Hkzap TicReTs, 22 per SI.
03^ Fre*h Flour for sale by the barrel, or in
small quantities to suit purchasers.
Port Gibson. July 28,1852
49-lV
IS Y CORE STRAUSS,
DEALER IN
FANCY AND STAPLE.
DRY GOODS,
No. 1, Murray's Building,
W OULD respectfully announce to the public
that he has just received a splendid assort
ment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in
part as
DRESS GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
ami latest »tvle«, selected with care ; a splendid
assortment ot ... .. .
Linen Cambrie Handkerchief*, Sleeves,
Cuffs. Cap«, Collars, Velvet. Silk, and
Lace Dress Trimmings; Ribbons
of aîl kinds and colora;
Swiss Muslin, plain,
figur'd & emboss'd,
'also,
Bishop Lawns, Jaconetts and Cambric; Silks.
Leghorn Bonnets, Parasols, Spanish and French
Fans ; Silk and Thread Laces, Edging etc.
A varietv of Ladies' Gaiters, Shoes and
Slipttera. Gloves of all kinds,
call the attention of Gentlemen to my fine
and fashionable stock of
»SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTIIING,
Boots. Shoes, Gaiters and Hats, Shirts and ( flilan
Cravat*. Gloves, etc. Also to my heavy stock of
STAPLE GOOD.S, CUTLERY, HARD
WARE QUEENSWARE, CROCK
ERY, CA»STINGS, kc., kc.
Together with numerous other articles, too tedious
to mention. . . .
Iran afford to sell as cheap as any body, and
will be prepared to show my goods without charge,
and try to suit customers. Call and see
March 30 1833.
a
I
be
oc
all
ows
/would
this
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I
Insolvent Notice.
To all the Creditors of the Estate tf
Andrew Chess, deceived,
solvent at March Term A. D 1853.
of the Ihm. Probate Court of Clai
borne County, Mississippi
Ï HOU arc hereby notified to file your
I Claim« against «aid Estate, I robated
according to Law, with tbe ondereigncd
Clerk of said Court, on or before the I.Mb
day of October, next, 1853, or the «am«
ill be fore ter barred.
By order of tbe Court,
JAMES A. GAGE, Clerk.
April 5 1851
A
as
for
J
wi
NEW GOODS!
Fall Goods!! Cheap Goods!!!
Y
\
ft. ftkthftft'fe
COENri OF MAIII AN1I ft**K §T*.
COMMERCE 18 K IN 0 !
Hang the Banner upon the Outer Wall
THE CRT IS, STILL THEY COME/
T AM daily receiving and opening my splendid
1 stock of NEW GOODS, for the Fall and Win
ter trade, nnd I cheerfully and rordially invite all
,h * 'J '^'- ,, »»d Ilia real of mankind to CALL AM.
SEE THEM. People who would economize and
«îafo v [ * ,imM do well to call and «ce how
f ER Y cheap goods ran lie had, and should they
not conclude to purchase from me, they w ill hé
more thoroughly posted a« to the art un/ value of all
kinds of DOMESTIC and FANCY DR}
(i OO D S. There are a multitude of reasons
why people should closely and attentively exam
ine mv large and well selected stock of good«, con
nected w ith a safe, prudent and wholesome ad
ministration of the household government, not any
one of which, in any wise conflicts with the reso
lution of 'PS and '99; and while it is clearly de
monstrated that the "obvions meaning and import 7
of this multitude of reasons, refers directly to the
■kai.'TT or TEXTrar, aims«*« or stylk, elkuabce
or ratTM**, nupbbiobity or raume, nnd rheapnn*
in price ,of my goods, it will at the same time strike
the mind of the observing economist, that a state
of things combining a cheat and diversified sup.
ply, with EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES, must brill
about a " consummation devoutly to lie wished
in making the POOR MAN RICH ami the RICH
MAN OPULENT. And although I may seem to
digress. I nisy 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 stock, to gather her little flock around the
sparkling, happy, household hearth, and tell them
of Mr. Mason's cheap and beautiful goods—the
lieautiful fabrics from Cashmere, the Crapes from
Canton, in China, the Silks and Satins from France
and Italy.the Rilions and Laces from the gay and
fashionable city of Lyons, the Merinos from France
England and Germany, the Chintzes from Paiis
the Prints from Manchester, the Irish Linens and
Long Lawns from Glasgow and Dublin, the genu
C'loths of Saxony, and a thousand things of
great lieauty and utility, with which to intersperse
a well regulated narrative for the juvcuilc's of a
winter's evening.
But to he a little more practical. I will state, for
the good of the country, more in detail of what we
retail, in very large or smaller slices at very great
ly reduced prices; and though I may regret I said
it.I'll sell my goods on twelve months' credit, at
the end of winch, the people ''/fuiA," will come
and pay me with a rush; for none can feel
concerned, about a debt so fully earned, as to be
guilty of procrastination, to tiie hazard of their
reputation.
Then gentlemen and ladies fair, hearken if you've
time to spare, and hear of new goods rich and rare,
received aud being opened.
n
Ale.
Ital
P
the
5
a
me
so tin
Of ( lot Ik,
There's brown, and Mack, and blue—yea cloths
of almost every hue, from invisible green to Lon
don smoke, suited for coat, nr pants, or cloak
Of l'assimere%
I've got just what you need, of mixed, and
striped and excellent Tweed ; for those exposed or
named as sick, we've Cassimeres both strong and
thick ; for those who by fashion think to win, we
have the boautiliil Doeskin—an article, I doexjiect
sir. cannot be excelled in point of texture.
Of Vestings,
Figured Silks and solid Satins, of every variety
of patterns, for weddings, parlies, or the street, tor
gentlemen married, or les* discreet, whom I will
turnish from hat to boot, with a cheap and charm
ing wedding suit.
Hut. 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
bachelors, dreadful drones, whom fashionable eti
quette disowns, who, in a word, are sluggish
wights, in human bappiuess, neophytes. Gentle
men, I hid you all adieu—the ladies are waitiug for
something une. m
Those Cashmeres,
With every rainbow color, selling from three to
a single dollar—the o/ange. scarlet, lilac, slate, yes
every color, if you're not too late; and crimson,
niuk, blue and pea-green, as pretty as ever have
been seen.
lie Lainrs,
Of every pattern and latest style, so rich that
every
they excite a smile—«uited for ladies of doubtful
•ell a« those who would engage —pretty
1. becoming to the mother, and otic
tor
age. as w
the maid
cheap to the oue or the other.
ered
Those Bilks,
Ol Grode Nap or Gro de Rhine—come, lady
fair, they shall be thine. 'Tisbut for you tospeak
the sentence—delay will surely bring re;>entance
Which will you have? sav, quicklv say, before you
lose that rich Broche! They're all so pretty, it is
hard to tell, which will be the first to sell : those
plaids, and stripes, and running
lantly their beauty shines; tn
embroidered Swisses, intended only for
misses; hut they are bett r suited (said aside) for
she who expects to be a bride.
Alpacas. Bombazines and Crapes, Collars, Sleeves
Cuffs and Capes: Kibon* embracing three hundred
pieces, all colored Crapes, and fine Crape Lisses;
Ribbons for bonnets, belts and neck. Swisa, Jaco
net, Cambrics (lain and check; Ginghams, solid,
plaid and stripes, assorted, and "Parisian Flounces''
just imported. And the undersigned with modes
ty reverts, to corded, flounced and Mohair Skirts:
and well reconciled, he trusts the ladies' faces, will
gaze with fond delight upon those handsome La
ces. Inserting*, Edgings, of Jaconet and Swiss, af
fording beauty to those who offer bliss; Fringes.
Galloons and handsome Broche Braids, for sedate
matrons and mote lovely maids: five hundred pie
ces of good ; tattern Prints, and very handsome
styles of new French Chintz; ladies Gloves, silk
arid kid, and pic net mitts, at every price, from a
dollar as low down as two bits ; silk, cashmere,
cotton and alpacca Hose, much cheaper than some
people would suppose; &pool Cotton, Tape, Pins,
Button* 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 "—rerbutn tat. Then come one,
come all, you'll find us very handy, in showing
each the nim/ui operandi, of buying cheap, by pay
ing up when due, your yearly debts. toGentileand
to Jew.
September 29, 1852.
qta,
of
vines, how hrill
o«e lovely Satins,
full
grown
In
in
in
of
6-1 v
BE IN SEASON.
I T is a good plan to have the Gin fixed during
the Summer months, while Gin-Wrights can
be obtained without much difficulty, instead of
delaying the work until September, when the
rush comes. It is equally a good plan to he fully
provisioned and prepared, that the hands may not
oc interrupted to send to town for Pork, Bagging
and Rope, frc., during the picking season, ami to
avoid this delay, I have provided a good supply of
all the articles ordinarily used on plantations. I
have now on l»*nd
250 bbls. Mess Pork,
100 " Ohio Flour,
200 Coils Rope,
pieces Kentucky Bagging,
half " "
25 bales India Bagging,
5 - T wine,
IS casks Bacon.
15 cases Russet Brogans,
100 keg* Lard,
25 bbls. Molasses,
And to Arrive:
100 half bbls. St. Louis F our;
30 hales Linseys and Jeans,
Which will be sold on a credit until the first of
Janua
lower
July 13, 1851.
i oo
C.i
ry to responsible parties if they desire, or
for cub. J. s. Mason.
47-tf.
Gin-Stamls.
AM AGENT FOR E. CARRER fr C?o.'a new
and improved Oin-Stands, said to be by expe
enced planters the best in use. Persons wishing
this Gin-Stand, can be immediately supplied^ by
calling on me. •• MASON.
July 13, 18». 47 - tf
I
n
Close of the Season.
A 8 the time is fast passing away for the use of
ijL Spring and Sommer Good*, for thi» year, ami
as I desire to prepare the Way fot the new stock
for the Fall Trade, I will sell the nresent stock at
greatly reduced prices. J. 8. MASON.
J uly 13, 18». _ 47-tf
Corn! Corn! .
J UST received by the undersigned 500 bushels
corn in sacks. . , „
June 30,4653 J.$.>U«o».
SPOONER FORBES,
FAMILY GROCER,
No. 7, STAMP'S ROW,
PORT GIBSON. MISS.
41-ly
June 2. Î832,
APRIL 27, 1853.
nOOO HAVANA CIGARS,
, b „ S(lg>r Cllwd Hami)
2 Casks Clear Sides,
HO Kegs Lard,
10 hhla. Choice Sugar.
.'100 lbs. Chew ing Tobacco,
2# box* Wine, Water, Soda Sc Butter Crackers,
12 do. Star Caudles. Also, Corned Beef. Dried
Beef; True Lemon Syrup ; Tea; Salt; Powder;
Spire; Fish Hooks ami Lines; Preserving Ket
tles; Brandy Peaches and Cherries; Havana Pre
serves; Prunes; Layer Raisins; Lamp Chimnies
and wicks; Candies; Cocoa Dippers, and a variety
of other articles just received, aud for «ale on ac
commodating term«, by SPOONER FORBES.
Port Gibson, April 27,18.33
38-tf
NOTICE.
TWILL sell out my stock of superior
A at cost, for cash.' Call and see.
April 20 -tf
■mi: fruits, ncKLEi.1».
8 DO/,. Bottles Pie Fruit,
I 4 doz. cans Fresh Peaches, 12 doz. Bottles
Pickles, 3 doz. Iiottles Extracts Celery, Nutmeg.
Vanilla, frc.; t doz. bottles Red Currant Jelly ; 2
doz.bottles Brandy Peaches; 12 doz. cans Yeast
Powder; 2doz. cans superfine Mustard, just re
ceived, and for sale by S. FORBES.
Feb. 23,18.53.—27-tf
Brandies
s. FORBES.
DECEMBER 20.
2 ^bbl* 8t. LOUIS nnd OHIO FLOUR,
I O 20 do WHITE POTATOES,
10 do SUPERIOR APPLES,
G kogs MALAGA GRAPES,
Aud a host of good tilings, just received, by
SPOONER FORBES.
Port Gibson, Dec. 20, 1852.—18-tf
Fresh Groceries.
3000
BBLS. Dtiflields Ne tr Ham*,
9000 Havana Cigars,
300 lbs. choice Chewing Tobacco,
80 Drums and 1 drums fresh figs,
10 Boxes W. R. Cheese,
J. A. "
14 Boxes Rio Coffee,
1 Hhd, Choice Sugar,
1 Bbl. Winter strained Lard Oil,
200 Lbs. St. Louis Candies, the best
in the State,
20 Boxes Cracknel Biscuits,
15 " Star Candles,
Sperm **
10 B'ols M olasses, bids. & ) bids.
Flour, lard, lemons, orange», pecan«, almonds,
starch, soap, potatoes, crushed and pow dered sugar,
macaroni, sweet oil, plough lines, fish-hooks and
line«, pure white wine vinegar, cider vinegar.
cranlierris, dried apples, broma chocolate, powder
aud shot. caps, maekarel, blacking, and a variety
of article* on hand aud receiving by
Feb.a, 1853 SPOONER FORBES.
Cheap Groceries.
I i) BOXES fresh Buckwheat at SI 50 per box,#
I 15 " Soap at 0} cents per pound, and a*
number of other articles equally a* cheap, call and
see what bargains can be had for the rash.
Feb. 9,1853 S. Forbks.
10
Kiinilrifs.
O N HAND a'd receiving,
Cl Boxes Raisins,
225 lbs. fresh Currants,
100 lbs. Citron,
10 barrels Apples.
200 lbs. fancy Candies,
Cermiin Toys.
Spooner Forbtt.
December 1, 1852
BAGS SHOT. 10.000 Percussion Cap*.
H '2 hh* Cranberries, Black Pepper Ohio Oil,
Sperm Candles, Blacking Pine Apple Cheese.
Grange*. Lemons, Lard Oil. Lard and a variety of
other articles, call and see, just received by
December 1,1832. Spooner Farbe».
36
Garden Seed.
PAPERS, growth of 1852, just received
and for sale by Spooner Foibet.
December 1. 1822.
900
December 1. 1822.
.1 vein tier 1852.
2000 Cru * h< -' t * an< * Pow der«'d
500 lbs. Goshen'Butter, fresh;
35 boxes Fresh Buckwheat;
1 tierce Stuart'i Syrup;
300 lhs. Stuart's New York Candy,
Pecan«, Chocolate. Macaroni. Molasses, Salt, Bos
ton Cracker*. Soda Crackers, Butter Crackers
Lard. Hams, Lard oil. Fire Crackers, Powder,
Oranges. Cocoa Nuts, Lemons, just received and
Si'Ooxkr Foam*.
Nov. 3.
lor sale bv
Wooden Ware &c.
OCOA NUT Dippers, Keelers, Tubs, Buckets,
M Zinc Wash-Boards. Axe Handles. Brooms,
Mats. Tapers, Cards, Matches, Magic Fluid.
Dog Dolls, all size*, 1 Case German Toys, Marbles
of all kind*. India Rubber Balls, for sale by
November 3.
C
10
Sroonr.R Forbes,
Cigars:
-1 rz A A CIGARS of the following brands
OvJU —El Sol. Arcada, Millar Sallide,
Millar Comun. Panetelas Sllfide. Millar Sobunias,
Londres Flor de Castenon. just received bv
Nov. 3 1852. SPOONER FORBES.
Figs ! Figs !
Everybody! Call (|uick oil
SPOONER FORBES—He bas just re
ceived a supply of Fresh Figs ,—they
selling with a rush!
Port Gibson, Jan. 5, 1853.—20-tf
am
COME AND SEE
IlOtER'S GREAT STOCK OF
Spring mtö Summer
GOODS.
T HEY ARE NOW OPF.NING A MOST
complete assortment ol Fancy Dress anJ Sta
ple Goods. 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
Prir.ted Silk Muslin, new style,
" Barege, " d
Organdi Muslin, " "
" Chintz mum
Plain Colored Bareges,
" White *
Black u
Figured u , . I
Jacconet, Cross-barred, Doited and Sttriss Muslin,
Ginghams, Calicos,Corded Skirts, Madonna do
A beautiful lot of Worked Canes and
Collar*. Undeisleeves. Cuffs, Chemi
settes, Jacconnet and Swiss Edg
ings, Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief*, Worked do.
Silk and Madras do.
Plain and fi'gd
Silk Nett for Mantilla*.
lioiirtets, Itoniirts, Bonnets!
They would call the particular attention of the
Ladies to their stock ol Fashionoble Ladies and
Misses Strr w, Lace, Flair, and Gimp Bonnet«, Silk
Bonnets. Misses trimmed Straw Flats,
Bonnet, sash, neck and belt Ribbons,
Velvet and Silk Trimming*, /rish
Linen and Linen Table
Damask,Towling's Lin*
en Drillings and .
Checks, Cottonade. Shirtings and Sheetings, Red
and figured Damasks, for Curtains.
Grntlrmi*n , n amt Üys Clothing.
Fine shirts. Silk and Pur Hats, Straw Hats, of all
description*. Ladies and Misses Shoes and Gaiters,
Gentlemen's do.—A heavy stock of Saddlery,
Trunks and Carpet Bags, Superior Chewing To
bacco, frc.
It woifld be impossible to mention everv article.
Come and see for yourselves. We shall always be
prepared to show our goods without charge.
* S. ROSER & BROTHER.
Port Gibson. March 9. Î853.
u
n-M
WALL PAPER * 2
A N assortment of Wall Paper. Fire Screens and
Bordering to suit just receive! by
diaj2« N P MOODY.
.n. ci. wiijom & < o
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in
Family Groceries
PLANTA T10N S UP PLIES.
(Dank Street, Opposite Port Gibson Rank,)
I*orl <.il>xm. HISS«
ppctfllllv
and otüi
•9
41-ly
ylToULD
call the attention
ers to their stock
re
Crackers,
Dried
Powder;
Ket
Pre
variety
ac
j * Planters ai... __ „ .......
Frfsil (iSrot-criCH, purcha«ed for Cash, which
are offered to customers at very low rates. Their
principle is to make large and quick eale» with
small prolits.—Their stock is at present large and
well selected from all the liest markets, aud will
he kept up by regular receipts during all seasons.
Their arrangements are such, that they
will sell good articles at as low prices as i
can and
rticles at as low prices as they can
he procured for, in this orcontiguous markets.
April C, 1853. 33-tf.
M. G. Wilson & Co.
W ILL make liberal advances, in Ca«li or
l'Imitation Supplies, on COT
TON shipped to
CURRY & PERSON,
Acre Orltuni.
Port Gibson, Miss., July 6,1853.—tfl-tf
2,500
Bottles
Nutmeg.
; 2
Yeast
re
Brandies
-Sugar Cured Hams.
LBS. Davis' Sugar Cured Hams :—
1000 Ilia. Dried Reef; 400 lbs. Reef
Tongues ; 25 lbs. Leaf Lard, just received by
37-tf M. G. IP 1LSÖ.N & Co.
Dr. Lewis' Prepared Flour,
I N hall barrels, just received bv
37-tf M. G IFILSON&Co.
Just Received
FROM THE CITY OF BOSTON.
Ha AVIS' Pickles, Davis' Pepper Sauce,
«V Davis' Ketchup,
Extra fine Mustard, Yeast Powder,
Extract Lemon, Extract Rose,
Cloves, ground aud whole,
Allspice, do.
Cassia,
Pepper,
Ginger.
Nutmegs, Mace, Citron, English Currants,
Tapioca, Bunch Raisins, in whole half aud
quarter boxes,
Heckers Farina and Corn Starch, for Pud
ding«, Blanc Mange, Pics, Cakes, Custards,
Porridges, &c, &c.
Soda Biscuit, Rice, Bent k Co's Crackers
For sale low, by M. G. Wilson & Co.
April 13, 1853.
by
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
figs,
Oil,
best
bids.
sugar,
and
box,#
a*
and
J *st R c c c i v cd.
ROM THE CITY OF BOSTON,
'8. Crushed Sugar,
Pulverixcd Sugar,
Mutated Sugar,
Sugar,
Srnp,
t
r up,
•1, No. 1,
1.
1, Extra Soap,
' >da,
added.
' ' tf-t-tr.
Ap;
M. G. "Wilson & Co.,
Cap*.
Oil,
of
Jicep fVSMuiM/y vn fluent
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
L ANT AT ION SUPPLIES, TOWELS,
»^heelings, Checks, Boots, Shoes, Hand
and Tiu Ware, 1 larness, Collars and Bridles,
Crockery, kc., kc.
Also Sugar Cured Hams, Plain Hams,
R< boiled 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.
V
Bos
and
M. G. Wilson k Co.
34-tf.
i* mm
9
DEALER IN
Groceries , Produce ,
kc., kc., kc..
AT HIS OLD STAND, NEXT DOOR BELOW
THE WASHINGTON HALL,
10
Port Gibsos, Miss.
27-ly
February 23, 1853.
i
1
Notice.
II. P. MBRRIFmD
WOULD respect
fully inform the in
habitants of Port
'Gibson and vicinity,
Pf
re
that he ha* just returned from New Orleans, with
a very ehoice selection of
GHOCBniES,
FANCY ARTICLES S,C.:
ndeod, the best assortment to he founo in this
county. His stock consists in part as follows :—
Havana. Java, Laguira and Urn Coffee : Evans fr
Swift's Hams, (superior to Dulfield's) fresh Lob
ster. do. Salmon ; Kentucky and Ohio Mustard ;—
Loaf, Crushad, and Powdered Sugar: Sperm and
Star Candles; Coarse and Fine Salt; Tomato,
Walnut, and Mushroon Ketchup; Maccaroni; So
da; Molasses; Oil; Soap; Wrapping Paper; Al
monds; Axe handles, frc.
I
1 Case Fancy Candy; 2 doz. Cup* Jams, Jellies,
Mama! ailes: 1 case Canton Preserved Ginger;—
fresh Strawlierries, Raspberries and Peiches;—
preserved Oranges, Lemons, Citron, Limes and
Pine Apples; Texas Pecans. &e.
BRASS BOl'XDCOYKREDCEDAR
BUCKETS.
1 doz. Brass-Bound Cans; 1 doz- Piggins; 1 doz
Well Buckets; 1 doz. Painted Barrel Covers;—
1 doz. R. R. Mouse Traps ; Fabers Pencils; 1 nest
Red Tubs ; Well Rope, Market Baskets, Spring
Scales. Saw Rod*. Gimblets, Dark-Lanterns, Har
monicas, Cowhides, Fish-Hooks, Tripoli Polishing
Powder frc.
3doz. assorted Pearl, Agate, Jet cut and Berlin
BHACEIjETS y
Porcelain Match Pots; Tack-hammers: Hunting
Homs. Game Bag«; Wash leather Gaunletts;
Cologne; Tobacco Wallets; Vest Chains; Porte
Monnaies; Barber's Brushes; Purses; Memoran
«!um Books; Pass-Book*; Dressing-Combs; Pad
Locks; Pipc-hcads. Tweezers ; Violin Strings;
French. Fancy A White-Bosomed
Sliirts.—Silk-Ribbed
UNDER-SIIIR T S J
Crimson and Blue do. ; Laced and Drill Drawers ;
Cotton and Wool Socks; Carpet Bag*, and a gen
re 1 assortment of "useful«," for sale cheap.
OUTIaBUY:
He hk* an assortment of the finest Cntlery, «ver
brought to this town.
CIGTVnS:
Ilia stock of Cigars is large, and consists of the fol
lowing favorite Brands :
12,500 1* Vision—the best in town ;
4000 Millan Filantrophe;
1,600 Entre Actos "La Lira."—Give him a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Port Gibson Feb. 23 1853.—27,tf
Come, at last !
2
HOSE who engaged Cultivator* from me,
are hereby infoimed that they have arrived.
H. S. FULKERSON.
T
41 -t
fori Gibson, June 32, 1853.
A. R. LEONARD & C
NucrcKsors to
A. J. MCGILL,
PORT GIBSON.
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL
Dealers in
DRUGS, IQEDICnRS,
AND
of
of
with
and
will
CHEMICALS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS, SASH AND PUTTY,
Landretii'a Garden Seeds,
DYE STUFFS & GLASS WARE.
and
can
or
rrart'MERT, fine soaps, and mu surs,
)J M
-LJ
STEED PENS, Qt'lI.U, AND •TATIONEBT,
LE TTERANDCAP PA PEP,
MEDICAL, LAW, AND MISCELLANEOUS HOOKS.
BlankBooks, Suporiorlnks,
PAPER H A NG I N-GS.
:—
[TP"Physirians' Prescriptions M ill receive
ticular attention at all hours of the day and night
January 12.1853. 21 -1 y
'OI> 1,1 VI1H OIL—C doz. hots. Rushton
& Clark's, tor sale bv
A. R LEONARD fr CO.
c
37-tf
Ol'LF. QUININE—» or*, from the manu
O factory of Rosengard & Dennis, ju*t received
and for sale by (37-tf) A. R. LEONARD & Oo.
^
SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
SUPERLATIVE Tonic. Diuretic. Anti Dys
peptic and Invigorating Cordial, a large quan
tity just received, and for sale by
A
'SIMMON'S LIVER MEDICINE AND PILLS
O NE of the liest Remedies that ha* yet been
I diseoverr-d for the relief of all discuses arising
from a disordered .state of the Liver.
Just received, and for sale by
A. R. LEONARD
April 6
A. R. LEONARD it CO.
April 6
& CO.
Wines anil Ifiranriies.
HE liest of Wines and Brandies on hand
for sale for medicinal purposes, by
A. R. LEONARD it Co.
Jan 25, 1853. 23-tf
pi |{ p
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
E HAVE on hand, and will be con
w
stantly receiving during the spring
months, good assoit ments of the Purest
Drugs and Medicines, from the best
houses in Philadelphia, Cincinnatti, and
New Orleans.
Planters and Physicians are requested to give
us a call, as we shall offer for sale good articles
only, and at the lowest market price«,
A. R. LEONARD & Co,
At. McGill's Old Stand.
22-tf
Port Gibson, Jan. 19,1853.
A Few Fresh Garden Seeds.
F ROM Lamlrerth have come to hand call and
see them soon.
January 12,1853.
A. R. LEONARD fr Co.
21-tf
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
VITE HAVE added to our stock a good sup
* ' ply of School Books and Stationary,
insisting of
'►avis' Series of School Books ;
McGufiiie's Reader;
Goodrich's Ilistorys;
Mitchell's Geographys ;
Webster's Dictionarys;
Elementary Spelling Books ;
Town's Spedier«;
books for Schools
A. R. LEONARD & Co.
21-tf
aDo, a great many other
ind Academies.
January 12,1853.
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
thousand other little tilings, we can sell you
you will call and give us an opportunity.
A. It. LEONARD k Co.,
Main Street, Port Gibson.
21-tf
a
Jan. 12, 1853.
Books for Presents.
NNUALS for 1853—BiMes— Hymn-books—
Albums—Scrap-books—Childrens Books of
various kinds—Miscellaneous Books—Uncle Toms
Cabin—'Aunt Phillis Cabin and Parlor, besides
very great variety of other books, all offered very
cheap, and must he sold by
Januaryl2. 1S5".
A
A. R. LEONARD & Co.
21-tf
PURE COD LIVER OIL.
Fresh supply of this justly celebrated medi
cine for sale by A. R. LEONARD & Co.
January 12, 1853. 21-tf
Paper the Walla of your Houses.
i IlfHEN you can get paper so cheap at A. R.
V V Leonard fr Co.'s and can have it put on the
1 walls by as good workmen as can he found any
where -^-cail and see the paper, don't forget to
come to A. R. Leonard & Co.'s—for that is tbe
place.
A
Jan. 12, 1853.
Ijnmps ! Lamps ! and GirolMoles !
C heaper than ever wo* offered—made in
Philadelphia by Coneliiia, only a few on
hand, come soon, or waste a good bargain.
A.R. Leoxard & Co.
Jan. 12,1853 21-t
C-nighs Colds and Consumption.
T hin is the season of the year when cough
and cold* attack the system most, and plants
that dreadful disease in the human body called Con
sumption—O. O. Woodman has prepared a reme
dy for these ailing complaints—called C'lirrry
Pectoral. Call at A.R. Leonard fr Co. in Port
Gibson,and purchase one bottle for $1 00, or six
bottles for $5 00. Jan. 12, 1853. 21-tf
Dyspepsia ran lie Cured.
G O.to A. R. Ia-onardfr Co.'s in Port Gib«on. and
get a bottle of Oxygen Biller » it will cost
only SI 00, or six bottles for $5 00i ]
Jan. 12 1853. A.R. Leonaeb & Co.i
gun shop.
WILSON BAKER
H AVING permanently established himself in
Port Gibson, will punctually, and with de
snatch. fill all order* fot the manufacture or repairol
' RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOT-GUNS,
and any description of Fire Arms. Having had
fifteen years experience in the G unsmithing har
ness. he feel* certain that he can give full satisfac
tion t<J all Customers. All work warranted.
He has located himself in the shop formerly oe
piedasA- J. Carnahan's Tailor-shop, on Main
street, near the Post Office. .....
He has on hand and fbr sale, a few English Dor
bi.r-barrklf.d ShotGi'n», of the latest styles.
Œ7" Prices, in all cases, reasonable.-^]
July 21, 1852 48-1 y
m
eclipee
Sale
Stable.
Livery
and
a JUST RECEIVED,
ND NOW ON HAND AND FOR SALE—
I pair large fine b*y Carriage Horses
pair extra fine bay Poney Horses
„ line Saddle ami Buggy Horses.
We wish to make a short deal with this Stock;
or Cath or Fall acceptance*.
bethea fr Millikan.
l

therefore, cheap ß
June», 42 tf.
»STATIONERY.
A Large assortment of Foolscap. Letter, Tissue,
XJL Cream Laid Satin Post, (small size,) and Note
Paper. Plain and Ornamental Envelopes, Steel
Pen*. Wafets, Inks. frc. Just received at
N. r. MOODY'S Drug Stan
■n -')
C
0
APRIL 1, IS5.T.
BUCKINGHAM BRO'e
1
MERCHANTS»
Corner of Main and Hank Street.
Post G into N, Mixe
AVING MADE PURCHASE OF THE
»tock of [9 if* of H. 8. FliAi.MOl, and ha\
ing made etlmitc addition« thereto, are now
prepared to «"pjly ell tbe want« of thi* market
on the mn*t reasonable tenu«. They will keep *
full'assortment of
nam: y am) stapln r>nr goods,
COOTS. SHOES.
Cloliiiiïi PUiiUtioii Miirialiet t
Ilanitvnre, Ac., Ac.
New Goods !
T he undersigned have received
from New Orleans, a very hand «orne assort-,
ment .>1
II
SPRING & SUMMER
(i O O D S.
TIIK ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
Is particularly called to their
GOODS,
D HESS
Embracing all the new and farhiona/.le varieties
selected with great rare from the firri arrivals in
New Orleans, before tbe goods bad been picked
par- over. We can also show a beautiful assortment ul
New Prints, Gloves. Undeisleeves,
y j Chemisettes, new Style.
Work'd Coflan And Handkerchief*.
Ribbon», and a splendid stock of g lores, of
every variety.
The attention of GENTLEMEN »«called to tlleii
new stock of
SPRING WEAR, OF LIGHT CLOTH
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
Gloves, Cravats, L. B. Shirts, Collars, frc.,
Buckingham Eros.

Dys
April, 27. 1853.
Children's Wear^
Yon boys.
JL firent variety of Plaid Cassimers, Codington«#
- Pearl River Tweed«, Cadet ditto, Bird's eye,
been ditto. Kapolna, Plaid Velvet, Ermine Cassimer*
etc., etc.
tf
For ciftLS.
Plain and small tignred Delaines;
Gala and Carolina Plaids;
Opera cloth*, Dotted Flannels, etc., etc.
Just received and for sale by Bickikouam Hu os,
April 27, 1853.
tf
and
Uarpriing*. Ac.
BEAUTIFUL assortment consisting of
Brussels;
Three Ply;
Plain and
Passage.
Also. Handsome Rug*, new style,
Parior Mats;
Door Mats; Oil Cloth;
Carpet Bindings, itc., for sale by
Buckingham Pros.
April 27.1853.
A
Just Re ce i r> i n g :
liRs. PORK — Mess, igsgui
Rumps, aud Shoulder HhKII
28 PLOWS, 20 Sacks SALT, 7 Boxes To
bacco. 10,000 UIGAllS —Cheap but good-—
17 Boxes Cheese, 1 Bale Cotton Yarn, 46
Kegs NAILS, Rope, Wagon Boxes, Wrought
Nails, kc , all lor sale by
BUCKINGHAM BROS.
Port Gibson, April 27, 1853.
100
40 do. FLOUR,
and
KENTUCKY »SOCKS.
I Cï DOZ. Men's and Boy's heavy and roars«
1 Ky. Socks, white and col'd. 3 doz. men's
and boy's fine Kv. socks, do. 2 doz. Women's
stockings, white and col'd. For sale by
April 27, 1853. Bi'cusSiM Bros.
SILKS, DRESS GOODS. AC.
rr.rcTnt) .«im gieaivaic uj me utiucrsTgneo
I from the stock of A. C. Stewart, New York.
2 pieces black Broderine;
1 " extra Brown satin;
In dress patterns, a variety of Grode Athen«;
Changeable Pow de soir. Brocade Tow de Soirj
3 beautiful Alhonese Robes;
A variety of Plain fr rol'd De Laines fc Merino's;
Black Alpacas. Mohair and Bombazine, some very
tine;
Black satin and fancy silk Cravats.
Other articles in the Fame line yet (o arrive.
Buckingham Bros.
s
do
if
April 27, 1853.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
T3ÜREAUS— dressing and plain:
I) Tables—eentre, card, dating and breakfast,
Washstan Js, assorted ;
Lounges ;
Bedsteads, walnut, sycamore, cherry and poplar ;
Trundle Bedsteads and Cribs;
Writing Desks;
Chair*, office, cottage, cane-scat, split and Wind
sor ; Bedsteads for Misses;
Rocking, rane-seat, music and sewing;
Children's Chairs, assorted;
Spring Mattrasse* and Feather»;
Moss and Shuck Mattresses;
For «ale by
April 27 1853.
of
a
to
Buckingham Brat.
liais J Hals! I
W 'jY. are now receiving our splen
BV did assortment ol HATS,
consisting of the superior Beaver
and South Carolina Planter,
superior Plush and Silk.
plain Silk, cheaper than ever before offered
1
here
Kossuth Casimer;
Seal Nap'd;
Pearl Merino;
Sombreros;
Sou. Westers;
Black Wool;
Fur silk, plush, velvet, cloth and glazed C'aprç
Boy's fancy wool and silk Hats and Cap« of er try
variety;
Children's Plush Turbans;
Misses' fancy Hats with Feathers.
!
Buckingham Bros.
April 27, 1853.
A lloys Clothing.
GREAT variety ot' the latest style just ra
ccived and For sale by
Buckingham Bros.
April 27. 1853:
. Russets*
i ortn pair R"*«*»;
1 200 " Bovs;
Childrens For sale by
Buckingham Bros .
1.10
April 27, 1851.
wagon anil Plough
RAN UP AO TORY.
& um*
TTTISHES to inform his old friends and the pnb
V V lie generally, that he still continues to carry
on the
Wagon and Plough Making Busi
ness.
He continues to make Iron Axel Wagons for
mules or oxen Mr. D. has on hand a sujwrior lot
ot
IRON STEEL, 4* SLAB STEEL.
just received from Cincinnati, Which he offers to
sell on reasonable terms. He also wishes to stats
that he krqps constand ori hand
SOLID S T K EL SWEEPS,
with or without stock». He has on hand Wagon
Boxes on reasonable terms, and can furnish any
kind of castings for customers or others in his line.
Mr. D. is at all times ready, with the best of
workmen, to receive and execute any ordnrs in his
line, as his work in every department is warrant
ed, he hopes that Planters will call and
for themselves.
[EF" Shop on Court House square.
Port Gibson. March 9,1853.
examine
29-if
PERFUMERY', SOAPS. *o.
\ La rite assortment of Lubin's Extracts, Farina
XT. Cologne, choice Soaps, and other arcicles for
the Toilette, juat received at
may 2«
N. P. MOODY'S
Drug Store.

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