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VOL. XVI. CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, J'K: f.'M V 17, !;. NO. 104. s $teto (Srtas Carte, Carts. Wtsttllmtm. e : ROBERT L. MOORB, Formerly with Lewli A OK-l.-hliV. BRITTON ft MOORE, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, AND CENfiRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 71 Carondelet .Street, NEW ORLEANS. BSriRiitcis: Josrvh W. Cakroll. Firm of Carroll, Hot 4 Co., H. 0. William A. Violrtt, Firm of Violett, Black Co., N. O. C. 0. Roacelrpord, President N. O., J. k (. N. . R. On. (ten. Harry T. Hats, Attorney at I.nw, N. O. if . I, 1M. no.-95. 3m. SAMUEL BARRETT, COTTON FACTOR AND GESERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, CORNER OF COMMON AND BARONNE STREET8, (Eatrsaoe on Barontre Street,) NEW ORLEANS. Mer. BROWN, NOON AN 4 CO., Cantor, Wise., will pay the Internal Revenue Tat, if dealred, o all cotton consigned tome D-c. 18, M. tf 8. B. J. R. WAt-TH ALL, L. If. WALTHALL, W. H. STttRESrlLFT, Newborn. Ala. M.rioa, Ala. Formerly of Vlcks., Mlu. WALTHALL ft CO., COTTON FACTORS AND - General Commission Merchants, iHrillUJI STREET, (Kp (It,) Nt. 13, 1868. 6m. IN. J. ZVNTS, (Late R borer V ZnnU.) COTTON FACTOR. No. 3'J Perdido Street, corner Carondelet, jnego-tf New Orleans, La. CONWAY It BROTHER, , WHOLESALE GROCERS. H orner Tcheinpltonlas & Common Ste. NEW ORLEANS. Particular attention paid to putting up fafi90 Familt Supplies. if w. n. CLRMKKTa, JAM EH II RK N'T CLEMENTS A BRENT, GKNBRAL IBTERT1SMG AU COLLECTING AfiEHTS, No 206 Front Row, iv atnin, MEirpHia, tenh- rAevat. for the printfipal aaper. throuahoitt the a.uia and Writ Rpnclal attsntinn Riven to the OOL l.KCTIOR OF OLAIMS. ahd return, promptly uiade. All rommunirfttion. aditreesed to l.ovk Box No. 451, will receive Immediate attention. Nev. 9 lHti tf 'racket wharfboat, at the foot of china st., vie tcs bur a, miss, : IWIIX receive Cntlon at all times from the Mercbanta on the Wharfboat! will receive and forward all freight going up Yaeoo river, anl all rreieht coming out of Yrzoo, and ship to any point FREE OF OHAHCE. Will receive orders for freight from New Orleans, to be aent per steamers Quitman or Magenta, either from persons of Vickebnrg or Yaaoo river, and will guarantee prompt attention to the aame. We ofler the facilitiea of our large and contmodl ona Wharfboat to the Merchants and ahippera of . Virksbarg anl Yazoo river, and beg a liberal share 'f patronage for our line. D. W. LAMKIN, bf Yaioo City, Agents for Steamers Genera! Quitman Pec. 7, 'ftf-Sni. and Magenta S. S. TAPPAR. AWOB TAPfAN. B. S. TAPPAN & CO., DF.AI.ER8 IN Ira, Steel, Nails, SRikes, BLACKSMITH WOLS, FRIHTIRG HI WRirPIHfl PIPER, Printing Ink aU kinds. &c. ft 9. 4 asII C B-i M B am ft T B K B T , Tlokaburg, Mill. Nov 11, ISM. W. C. S. EH AFP, DENTAL SURGEON, Jack on. Miss., rnct it) HtLznEiirs new brick building l.r.rr.f eases SMSel Pe.rl luin, DR. KNAPP eoolinues the practice of his profession ia all its branches. Teeth inserted fro an one to an entire set, on Sold, Silver or Vulcanite base, tbe latter aew improvement and f uaranteed to five aatiifeetiea ia all cams. Jan. J l . I. O. WISE, AUCTIONEER, CANTON, MISS. HAVINtt been reppolntod Aarttooeer f the couoty of Madaseo, the nndetalgned IMSSfekl eer.tcw to the peWK in thet line of bnsinoaa. Will 7o .veeybody s crying promptly and on tbe -oat lloeral lereaa. vatVST JOHN 0. BRITTON, Vormsriy with Coleman, BrittoD if Witberi. Dr. GEORGE W. SMITH, (Vanla.) OFFERS his profasBionnl strrlOMto 1 1 j - - public, Office at hit mother', six iiiilen west of Ian too. Jan. 11, 'off. DR. A. T. BEMMES, OFFERS hie professional service- to the citizens of Canton and vicinity, in the vai loua branch es of his profession. Office With Lnckett, Fearn .1 Smith. Residence. Same as formerly dec7 C. B. Q ALLOWAT, M I). A. II CAGE, H. 1 Drs. GALLOWAY & CAGE, BBfllDENT PITHIIAllli CARTON, M OSBe. Hv.h-ld.- irf 1-ul.ltt- Kuitrr. 0tober26. 1665. )y. O. A. LUCKETT. GEO. H. PEAKS LUCKETT, FEARN k SMITH, d,VV4elkftBet da, T 'JL&.'W jIND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, October 26. 1865. 1 y 'Tmrrr ww p v. a , ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS. Office near his reHidencp. He haa formed n oon nfeclioD with Me-wr. II'itrheH, pernrer and Peck. Attunji-ys, Warihintuo City, who w 111 attend to nil clairaa on the Government, and other buainesa al WashinRton that may be confided to him. Oct. 1,1866. tf. FRANKLIN SMITH," ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS. Always to be round al hi- efllce, S97 One door North of the I'earce Hone, un-st i ;r Feb. 3,18115. tw-tl S. F. ALFORDi Attorney and Counsellcr at Lav, civro.v, miss. "VTILL attend with promptni m and fldell V, to all liusiness entrusted t'- b M ire, :i. U i iaon and ailjoining counties, 4- Particular attention paid to c Auk. 80 ly. W. W. WILIIOIT. Ji8. M . V I L I 0 I T A Htl V i) . (aUCCCSSORB TO WOOD .' j'UKllMl,) GROCERT, STAPLE AX!) DRY GOODS MERC II A N I S. North"ant Corner of the Public Kqtmre, CANTON, MISS., HAVE just received a large and v ir I stock of GOODS, oonsiiii B Hune, 8agtr, ("nflVe, Flou r. wMol, oUwtrdt BttckwhMt, Mackerel, Hub o tatoes. Onions, crushed and pulveriz d Sugar, and all kinds of FANCY QROOEIUES. STaPLE dry goods, Consisting of Blaakata, Jeans, Lou ells, bleached and unbleached Dou Calicoes, Shoes anil Hoot-. ,'. &c, Also, Farming Iinplemet. i -Nails, Hemes, Collars anil Blln I Uri II :. Will pay the higliesi marl pi ; ii Cot- tan, eit her in currency or 1 . We call particular attention to our largt Fire-prool' Warehouse, for the storage of Cotton, and prompt at tention will he given to receiving and tor warding all Goods consigned ti ni. TA e aek the public to c ill and ej "nine our Goods and ascertain our pi . II bel chasing elsewhere. Dec. 16, 185. tf V B s ' s HIGHEST pn 1'. M t I M SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE Has only to be seen and operated to be Appreciated. Call and see for yosraelf before pnrch islng. Please bring sample of varlona kinda ol thread, (aoch as usually found at atorea.) and various kitul-i of fabric, which you know the fonni r n t nop il tr Bewtng Machines either camnol work ! aff, er, at best, very imperfectly. BtTPERK rRITY over any other Machine in rkol Rill be seen at a glance. lat. It runs eaily and rapidly md is so con structed aa to enduie all kinds ol usage, Id. No breaking or threaJs in going ever seams. Sd. No Imperfect action of the feed si uneven place, in tbe work. 4th. The Weed-atitrh catches of itself, and will sew from the finest lace to the liesvie-t kaather, snd from 300 cotloo to coarse linen thread. ith. The Weed Machine wQl do sjeantifal entlt. ing on the bare wedding, without using Inner lining-, tboe leaving it soft aa if done by baud. 6th. The variety or tanci I rii tls.tt an be ne that WEED MACHINE. with so little trouble, make- it equal, if not - i rior. to en machines soaatyhaed: t a last Binds. Hems, Tucka and - arson ism band .it t . -aame time, and in fact the U K K D No. 9 ACBIIII, aa before stated, la equivalent to a neanjMantll a oi any six ordinary mx-nine- Ordere for machlnea miy he "en tJirniigh tl.e Ahrricam Aovrrtisim) .so,:o. MS nsRtway, N. Y. Below wo five a reW prices : Ho. SMI lweh Wnlant. Ornn. SSMSNSai. Wish He,.. r MiOOO Ho. teMsnasssaas W'a.lr.nl.llirl H.e. eiaaaeaiel, wish esanaaere M M Mo. 'J Itatro oll-Fnli.l -I Itln.k ffssaasWS, Hotr Cnnr. I.firg,- ! Me, Wowlifall) O.nnwt.-K.l I3N Weed Slfwini flarliint tOt MIO AD WAY. NEW YORK Feb. l,le,-tr. PIONEER EXPRESS COMPANY, (Express Forwarders, ) Principal Office If o. Is, North Royal St. MOBILE, A! a, i.i sir: triiiTMM.a, GEORCIE B. - in. w. HrTciiRNi . , JAM. B . 'I. t tniKT., c ij t ici.s:t sn t i. ,t:r?i'. r. ; . C A N TON, Mi I a. Dee, W, 1WH, tf. J B, MOBEY & CO.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS: CANTON, MISS., PAY CASH 70?. COTTON! riirrcnov or fio'.-L I r a , o t tl rmw In Itore ami nrrivinu. porrhflv a New '"ik mid St. Louis, snd ofler- Inr Ctfn er CotrTOIt, viz : rv and Sim le llrv Conda. , Com, rjacoa, ORDERS KHOTJ IIEADQI OP Tills :,. : i : pettleil by Jaftttarv 1-t, laffl). J. 8. MOBEY & Co., Cantoa, W B All bill ii.ju L I : CHARLES STOOL, MAV01U returned fross hie Fader d,r fully Kiferai the eitlsene nf rant n ami I vieitiity. tlnit be has ra established himseit at n old stand, and is carrying on tbe Bel erj ndt ot I fectionery bualneas In' a mote Bnperl(,r stvle than I heretofore. Re will keep FRESH L1C.HT-HH.A1 slwsya on hatidi ales fresh CAKOJalS.ttae t'Aiv. b. etc. - - . Llgl Bread, Ih'tcy , ' 1 ile Keeps on Kauot, also, Pleklea, Pddtled Oysters, i tr. etc. i lie -oi, -its tii- peAroeage of the pablte. r.nd will J cinloavor to cive sutiolaction. RECOVmOr, FORWAIIDIaTO and S TO 11 A i E . TTAVIN'T n lart;c and comtpod nns vysre-hone, I I I will attend t- I!-1 , . j warding Quods sad Cotton consigned to ee Oet, 19, lsilJ. tr. T. J. BICHABDS. K . Ii O U l E , ! H O U SE AND SI ii N KafODVI rs to the penile generally thai he la prepared to execute Painting in all ttsbraaca j es. Papering aem in the best of style. Garanteee j aatlereciion or no jisv. Vov. I, ISsU, ' fm. OARRIA i E REP VIR1 V. Al.0 1KB sstlCESMITI raROP, 4 VL work wan tsits d. ahateof ; ' Bl f ttrt ;. l. ac i - 1 1 tfoll - ted. KG) l.V ft MTJHPBT, on the street lending I I the H.nlr : DSKeA, Sept. 16, ',;:. 1; I ' NOTR ET VT.I. ntSONB Indebted ta, W. I. Rea dull, must come forward promptly and make satisfactory lettlen ;. er he will he rnmpelled. boworei rele taatlyi in self, defence, to put tbess in, suit. f law. in. ISSe-tf. Ci t: i LLB BMOCKING I 011 t I, -I 'v recei . i i T..I. 1 0HAKDS. . a ii led. .JQQQ GOOD SHINGLES, Lasnediatelj . THIS OEE1CF. Jan. 27 tf .it r ceil. u and tor s..!. t v T. J. rtuahps. ML SIc "! MUSIC 1 1 rpilE latest Duklot 1 1 la se I ssoat L H use, Voc 'I sad I Rati I I al for sale at OABsTLfi MVGttsW'. October :n. '"f CORN. BCSRILfl in Isweta far sale VuKI) k UTTt V virtue of a Deed in trust, dated tbe A tSi i!ny of AiiL-ii't, 1PG0, nrrl re corded nn'oritr I hp land records of Madi son county, Miissfppf, in Bonk P, pages 332, 38Sand 3f!4. made hv LtR.Nicb- at public outcry, for C ash. Ilie Jullowinir land! nr.d leDemenU, i 3 i n and being iu j aaid county of Mdlaon, viz : i Wei-L balf of Sowtbiael QBarterof sec. 2. and ilie East half of BonthCMl qusrler nt rvcI ion 3, mid l!ie Enal half, and Ibe East half of tl,.. Wel ba'lf of neelion 10, ; and lb W(ttri1f of the Wmi half nf see lion 1 1, til in I own ship 10 of raiiL'i' " Vast, being tiart of blaftlation forn.tMiv owned and enltivated joint!' hv Jamel Wah.-R ::nd I!. z B.Shoiwell ; Ahio, niaatT acrei laid off of said trct bvflfinninjf at tiiec. n I and rnontng Isoutn wilt) tin' pulilio roa.i now eatablithed hv law runniii!; through sail! plantation, vciih t lie meandering of aid road, until it paaee what i- known Inn the old Black Ward bona aufjciently far to a poitl from whence a line running clue Webt will make (he aaid ninety acres. JAMES WALES, Trustee. i F-h. 8. 1 86S-T4 ideriiffnad, and sail eountv f MadUon, known and de. t : r act) M ttth hall !, Wet (lUHrler, sec- T, Trustee, "ATE OE Mil IISSIEPI, ( Mndleon Conntp ( 151 V ProK -lpi, to Ha direct- deanribed lands, to -wit : LJecinn'ti nt a StnitS lt fee - Vvealo'i is tine dividing the N K i from ibe V g i of section 24. losrnehip 0. ranire 2 East, j OS the North n'ntin of the road leading frees (at Ion to Littl cfrtt; titenre, Stuth 78d.tr.. et with a;d road IM fcetj , thence. Xorlb 5 'lee. 90 rrin. Went, 400 feet to a slime, 14.i fiet West oi ihe di viding line, dividing (he N from the N W 1, section 24, township P, oir.e east, ! as afbreeaid; ih.-..k.-, Rorth 73 degj., Basl 2J i dividing tine of "he S E j f.-- ihe X W - . ' ; together with ail and sinnlar the sppur ; lenaneei theieanto belun)og or in any l wise i ; 'i tainii g. A good and perfect ,'ced made to the I purchaser, and ihe litre to said land, passed hv order of curt. b. h. . i ro, ) jv T, ROOKAR. i Owsassat'rt. M L. VIRDK I Jan. 25, IStM -r.!'7.T4w r HERE AS, at the January term, 1?6 Mi ti .i net r-inted to the t -v?eri) ned on the' e-tsteof Jolio K. Lanibnlh, deccc-ed.-N'.w. nil ptrsons having cis.aia Sf said decedcut arc hereby uotihed to pi .!... Amt'm .W.S.,.il nOLtn h. tin. .relhedhrl er. sir Ate sill I - , ' LAIB0TB, Adss'r. Jan. 11. IMVm ptv. . - r - . C "UITCS " JJj V ," to tla ;;'n,;:- - - ' - ; A- urti i p. B.Mi.r.r ads ! v. THE sot TH. I thi Pehlle Ledger, Memphia, Weiaefidayevening. il portion of the country known as "the Son b " embr aoei eight hundred and ifty honiand square miles, and is as 8 as Great I'.iiiain, France, Austria, ia and Spain, with a most product" ive si ,1 and genial climate; with staple ictioni w i , i 1 1 none c.f these great n grow; with ihree thousand ine, indented with bays and crowded with islands, and its vast E wat. red by the Mississippi, into wl - rn are poured 'Liny-six thous and miles ul tributary streams. The total agricultural productions of ihe United Stales for 1 350 amounted to 81,164,000,000; of this sum tbe North it li, in round numbers, 6,400,000, and the South 5,600,000. The popu lation of the North in 1S60 was 18,527 22 ; Ihe j o nla ion of the Houtb, 9,664, ' The Norlhhad a deficiency in 1810 rricaltural productions to ihe ralue : i. lvo.o'.'-l; the Jou i ii a surplus of Si 1 24,856,7 12, or each person al the .uriii consumed thirty eiyht cent- more i. i roduced; at the Booth each per" in roduced twelve dollars and ninety cents more than he consumed. These facts nre referred to for Ihe pur pose of ! wing how idle it is to despond li,.- f iiure of a region which posReses such enoi mom elements of natural wealth, and whose exports at the period of the above mentioned were three times as jn . - those of the whole United States ten years after the revolutionary war. The recuperative powers of such a region n usi I rl elly incalculable. With the ia ital and immigration North and from Europe, all n si 1 e ite war will be obliterated in five years, Every year that succeeds will witness such j. march of prosperity and popu ati ui al ee) ihe Western ; B es bare never equalled. With the ; mi ralofa avery the energies and en terprise ol he whole world will seek a field of actum within our borders. If we n ;ivt up the barren pursuits of pi lilies, and turn in to hard wink, the end nf the present century will see the South the most prosperous and densely F the American Re- Stonewall Jnckafin, lluod and Sheridan, Jackson, according lo Lee's account, gained for him Cbancelloravllle, one of tl most decisive victories of the distin guiihed warrior. " Hood, in the lead of his Texans," from Jai kson's i fff trial report, gained the si gret vicl ry tor Lee over McClel Inn, at Gaines Mill; and, according to Longstreet's and Bragg'a record, he, at a l -il of lis coips, struck the blow tl it Mined Cfa ckamapxra. Longstreet, immediately after this bai lle, Bfged his promotion, sayiss after gaining ti e violory Le Lad ihe misfor tune to lose a limb. Sheridan, according to Gen. Grant's record, dealt the blow bat secured for him the victor at lVeburg, resulting r of Lee. Jackson's campaign in the Valley of , : v ill ; rr.e of the brightest , .. - it. military history. H 1's del nse of Atlanta, ard his , cxmpaign, when ihey Hre un I ritood, and it is known with what a rited force he had to work with, wiil tank with any operations of the -. ,r. - ..., . :i as made as tbe lasl 1 ope of sncceai in tl.e West. Jackson f'-il nt ChancellorsvuTe, Ihe prondi -t field of his life, amid tbe briffht pet hopes of ihe Confederacy. With li 000 men he dealt the bl.iw that achiev-.-! this Highly victory, Hood's last ft 1, t under Lee was at Gettysburg, the next grrat battle afier pllorsville, and the first check of ibl chief. Here Hood received bis Srst severe wound, and that stubborn old fighter, Longstreet, then said, and also aitef the battle : "Had Hood been so ,s to scape unhurt, Hound Top Mountain would have been carried, and that Would have Eeeured victory to tbe Confederates." Sheridan's operations in the Valley of Vforinia and around iVtersburi:, distin ct! shed him as lite bold, dashing mover .j. , - airiiy, and the achieve if Jackson, Hood and Sheridan, , i. b, will occupy n eonupicu- p.,gc in history Exchange. -.a- , rexsidunt .1 hnson. at this june- It, is npnunuel to the consti--; i. Minis. I he senumenl of the . stability pumanence is more im a over before. The fixed idea .; .. . a: which held away until al- -; aproeated hv the madnen of parti- z i:i-L;p, is not strengthened by changes in organic law. Let us have a season of rest, ad the ksuon of the pas', five years IK ' '' 'u vain. The giant oak. wrenched hv a tempest, again stands eric' and it. irmly rooted when the storm ,. Mod, the tin shines and time has d.nc its quiet work. Childhood knows only Ihe in- r i- l i e roses of love; later they be- tc.xn N i and biuuh with dumi.