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TEEKLY. fTuld by 'the congres J ' ' i. V"...r ! KHUHt. ''C4XTON MISS " I iw. i ! SC7. ... WliDA MANUFACTORIES. it, h.is always bciU a mntt. of BBrnrisfl to nu that there was sosmall : .. ii ri mmft-stntioii oi puoiic spirit .,... t,o. . lines oi oeeau ' , Wo gM mvo nQtf rily aid lack of enterprise in our State in j , the country where these snek I r onj)1.ci!lg the nroTisiotis of said fa ct, in the entire South; and it is, to erect their fabric of freedom (or t)i, ftef consideration will more so laow than ever. Xow that o(ipression, none yet know Tvldoh,) is , show tho wisdom oi this policy. 1 By th i il able Wbarius force of the an adventure which has never before the tonnsof thel.ilf.hvo thiiis'sare.re- Sto the South,bee,i witnessed the wor.d. and tn there-is a greater necessity than ever perhaps will never again present it- ( ((U tho por80ng wh.0 have registered, lhat labor should be diversified, self to challenge (lie admiration or l ni,t vot(, ;lt "the election. And. Sec With slavery bob aad with it the ! contempt of this or any succeXHlinS-; ()1,d, a majority of those who do vote SS S Sdnessof ,henef o - ,enera,,on. J Jjf 1 as a workman greatly impaired- But, ioreign as this party niay at l,. pian, suppose tbat almost utterly destroyed 1 he value first seem to us, it is destined to 100,000 persons. are registered ro of l uids greatly depeciated with j wield a powerful influence in the poli-! tore, and that nil who oppose a Con ;be great uncertainty of the crops. I tics of our unhappy cauatry th. otHagtothelnckoflabor.thenntavor- able seasons, and the cotton worm , that oaies in at the ninth hour to, t , , tl.oi.on.ui that, has been made, . k. .,i.ivniit tn everv ' il in not hi: in.i P llee'in ' i.lantcr that he cannot any 1 ' ... . J I jar rely upon the enltivatiou of .! . .. . ,. i.;,.i. ..i li.ivi. our leauing stapic oy "" ' " .. :,..ii..,i.c.i j. mi ri rot u r " or Dtlv ea p l La i in. miww tsiui iiiun.uuni. i TI.,- vpme.lv. then, is to invest a por tion tf-his capital in something else, and there is nothing that promises so sure pe tares as uiauuiactoi.es : ,i ,.ot.,in nil. i iiu. in ni. .- factory. If cotton le oug ; . .l.i. I aud .shipi.-ed to 1-f.wci:, manufacture.! there and returned here in the fabric, : ' ( ,. .......... (Veichts tn ice. , hi.s pay U ea y besides the ooinunsaiou m and others through whose Dauui . has to nael, ceitamlv it coum oe k - .I i it :v:.u..(l " ... ,iiiii r :i , - r . i i n i i'H'. " ji. n at a much greater prolit. Some sii pose that the necessary labor for such an establishment could not be procured, but this a great Vrrur, an :ut(er fallacy. Labor and capital go hand in ban. Wherever capital is, there will labor be also. There are . ... ., . .. l-lo ..,,.1 hnsri iu the nunareoa u '. ""V - , Worth and New England who wxuW iml il... - Ill' ." :tit v i nne i ' i ue ii.ue i,. ..... sunny South, to at better wagee tan-. In that clime thev are obtain employment and work shorter cold and cheeriest literally driven to to work twelve Se rth -r.ijutred hours '. d it least. Here ten has a day's wrk, and no nlwtu s been employer woiUU iiiuik m umuun.( , more. Tibs would be a gi at, aaaigid eratior. with the e;,,plo;ee. In addi tion to this, better emgps ouhl be paid, because i he manufacturer would have only inconsiderable f hills to net. as tin- cotton i . in ' m ,r VC, V ""f ; . , -, go. ,u WHKfB Huii.u j.' tu.-iit to oneiativeS. iiu t we would not iiaetogo Aortn , ., "41 ... .. - i r "mr,;,T- , ; :, . and women, Dtatte poor rendered lei.niless by the war, who would gladly accept situations in these factories. All over the youth v.e hear of families iu the most abject condition ol poverty. To those the -.'Stablishiuent of manufactories would be an absolute blessing would be hailed by them with .joy and UOlliMH. Hli 1.U iiiiL'bi induce ohilanthro;,: : f CHI- bark in the business, particularly as m would frtherwise pay M ... ii. Is there a single reason why c. a tea ttahufaottmea would not pay well in 1 theSoutli.' tt'scaaaoi conceive ofl a single one. Ag 1 1 Mewee that eotton dictaciMj are highly profitah!- hi tlw .South, -we will inentiou one instance only, : now. The factory known as the Choctaw 1'actory. local.-1 ai I'.anks- town, in that county , did a lloui ish ing basiness for a number of yiMM K'lorc . aud during the w ir. until it; was destroy ed by the Yankees Ye have no flat a at hand to show how uiurh it made, or what was the pet o utage it mad.- ou the capital invest, d. but it is well know u that its ow ners made inern-y., and were growing rich about . as fast as men ever do. Xotbwith standing the destruction of the build ings, the machinery, and everything connected with it, Co'. V, . KM had snflicient left from his share of the uroflta to ininiediatrlv establish, ou (he close ot the war, another fa ;ry i on the S. O. & Jackson & P.. at I place call.-d Wesson, iu honor of him-1 self. This factory is said to bo in t!:c full ti'le 0fMiMaM OfMftio. ;em tt Smith iva, in reh ivncelo Vrfb n South: - The sliame til of defeat is nothing wl,Pn compare., with the shame of nbus.ng the power , of success.- I ' ' Cm. nr.tlerackiiowle.lgestHAl t no ;hir,.,o..i,'o. fiiitipff- is dead. Th election killed it. HaddsWe hae lot mir opportunity. it- t .liilinsoti trill i.rinu cnargi s lorrni.tioii liiotlirt! n.-rnniM iw"; h,2 ritZf SlMtMal the MSl MtCMg K ay I "JOINI i -'(- --ion iftTnrimhKe 0.:. Tin-:;' m mnii oi connSrv in vn.e. j , icssws-aliat of t"T-- ;ry. A Niiiali loil, ol .nun boMl!? ae- fi in a itntl (,...- aval luivw.'I', re- I ! I..inrr.,..n . t-lt.. i..l!lira lit' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I I ! s Ivinp- ,. 4 i---j. i 1 1 I msn i;epuoue nas aoPicu . . and unscrupulous policy in. outer ro secure its own aggrauiiizetneiu., aim tlio tittainmeut of the objects for which the organization seeks, The in . M tluence of this party will be matniesr it . t 1 it!. Mnt.N AllA Tulktl hu party win oe van r Vt the session ot the lush 'd thus: rRAnnhlioAii congress, it was resolved i " , , tiidt nnoli and pvvv iiiembpr ot the 1 v - a i i Illlll Kill. " ... , , . ... i reman l.rot ner nooi . wno was en- i titled to particpateas an American :.. 41. i;.;l 4Ti hf filial ..Iwinl . 1. ii (VH 11111 SiP TO! snnnort that party which ' should i . i . . 1 1 i . , t iml el'I I 1 T . .. . . .1 a.:- .1 P - v - , ot tne org, nuau m. - , Brotherhood should be the enemy - of its enemies, and the friend of its j .viemls. no matter tvho the party or , ,.;,.,., Time ti,o i - ;'" ' . p p.my '"'" - fwsh Iieuublic, win Secure tlio united voos r.i geveral Uuudced tUousand . i.- i 1 Vmen;'an insnn air, wiiereas, iieino-. V , , r Core, these votes have always been .U-: vided according to the inclination oi the voter, but now, in order to secure 1 the aid of the most powerful partv in behalf of the Eept.bHc, the lindi-1 Vidua! man is lost in the. united bro . , , , , tterhodfl, and his vote is mortgaged I to secure hell) for his organization. 1 ,r 4U. i : :.. v.,., "f ' . .an Brotherhood ot America will ov j ert a powerful inflneftee, and In an . undivided ballot, and a co-operation ; with the partv most able to render I powerful assistance to their associa-I tinnwill control t he elections. af, ! did the abolition roirtv during thr- many J ears that it was unable to elect candidates of its own choice by uni ting with the party most likely to aid tl.pm in si cm inr The ends which the v . Villi AfAViVJ-. 4J, - - , if ibevo be such a thing in exist-1 ; erne as use d to be called the, " Con- .-..:4.i a.i.- i 1 sun ii" p 1 ri n i i rtiiii Mr. .lohnson. 'as rrestdent of the I I nited States, is to see that it be not iinfrioged, or violated, he otifkt to 1 iaciM iinntliev iirochlinatlo'.l which -hould declare 1st. That that mob v Inch claims to: be theCongresi ot the I'nited rttatt I , ..i i t.i ti. ot is an illegal asM-nu. ...... i. , 1 not for six yrars. ;nc null and void, i Id. Thai they shall not assemble ri'Min to concoct plans lor .ouiiieru Ml...; ,..,1 ......ra J1':llinil lllll UUIHl.li.UVN AUU uviv wv.w . ... . ,m il .... 1....I 1 , otlier d. VllllK Ilt. t Allen can in,, uvm Difiaioa of his nruiv to Washington. ... tl.ev do not nieet.l ..... ' ,, 3d. Order all the Military Com- inanuersin the live jistncts in inP South home. Declare all that has been done under the Military bill and the Civil ftisrhts bill null and MM. !th. Meelare thw tent oath is un e.instii id ioual, and, consequently, null ai d void, also, and that no vhitr MM shall ever take it again. 5th. Order all the (.ovcrnors ulio have been ehrttd to that tlice in ihe South since the surrender, to order i OhMtMHU in their several States on ' t-:ie tirst .i.tnua.v in u,.u.., i :.. v... .or fur ReiRVSC ntatives in ngress, anu mem bell of their Legislatures, and all ."slat" tad eminty offii era. Then when .Senators and Kepre sentativos from (he .South are ready, convene Cor grew. If tbe. President will do this, and I think MigtUion is on bim :o do it c wishes to save the country from , utt. r ruin, all true pair.o.s will sus tain him iu the act, and the country : may yet be saved ffoui political and hnaucUl ruin. . i AM 1-KADII-A1-. i - e.,.l-,,iTh,. C.lii.iou. Vmmnt, of the M,, recor.U the fol ; lowinir instauce of industrious cotu.u , p.ckmg: t pon a ,,n,,.at.on s.tnat.Ml ... the ; Mrer part of the parish, a few days , since, twenty tnree ao.e mm incru- . ,e iK-lore noon tn.ee nun-. ilreila.nl lilt v nine ponnuR oi r.-u cotton, and this from a field which, pmwDtH as full grown and open , bolls as .,v iu the polish. Sn.V hands w..uhi break any planter in the .. : .;...; ... i.o Z ; . -naglVom, I,; ma . ... i - f.nonp.. in ' ..- History I'f i-;L c o C'jnventioi. o ti ,' . 1i.:M nfll lriVKHl iflit, , 1.P.0 ... C 'xm--tt -.(.toN-i.adim- i hWf i.tnti.'cnactincmeasnrcs tor the future tinns exMrsw! . ii.-- i. ' :.5, 186 . ' r 4f,.c reopu m -.mm,.,,,--.: ..' 4au.j).i4;., .u ' '' attonrliK. jVnljT ; pA fh" p-..V' , Uhr nniin the Colrventloii ( -n m- i'm. ttptnaHl i I'S. ill til" I il-.UUiJ 4'ltV- t ,m iinifr the Miitaiv 111!!, 'tis . - . for jt But tf 50()01 j vo'tcd at tho election, : voted at tho election, some for awl nfrnillRt if. tllCU 'O.UOl VOlPi w ould seunro the Convention. Thus, ! if r .1. ..lino tn vote, it will roouwA I one vote more than hall the entin ( - - ofretfisteml persons to carry . . .AnvOTltiotts but it we vote, then a ..Atiwivpr mm-nuarler of the reffis - l to ro.i vnies man secure it. ir is inns . ..oi, luiu-nniivotincinav i v.. v. . . ,t ... I..,..- ..n.i -nt mi. in.Lv 14! ' master s.-n. m. ..u..-. ,.. iv n iTon-i,tw l.nil been mnioi'- ! Tfi,.. nTii r......irt. m-conlii.ff i I'lwiicn, J ... (..(i.ainwnt'rliit State, wcinmlit liavo '""c'' l J .....imntv iti iI.iIiKrifOfl. J If manner of tire apportionment pre- ..i.fliif tlllll M nMoiip l'c;iSl)I. S ' h .lllllLUVI t4n. i - for llofc volill., at all. Some may de- ir0 w te at lWWt..for Delegates, but suth votes may be. counted as vote8 given for a Convention: and we regard the poltey a most unwise, if not fatal. But this policy of non-voting, dot, not mny iwn-mpotxjuxecojmry t ' ii 4 1 1 1 1 Lau tuMWfl t.hfl neonle to organize forthwith, in prcemchl i ... ivm.tr 7.i alonslv for our in ...iu .v . - - . cinlcs Ulion our success depends upbs. rf X Coistitutlou , tnerpettiily of the I'liieu, ci1! government, liberty and pence The success of the Radical plan involves the , . destruotfou the rUtu, .' , t, nrefl ration of ;,,..,..: T, ,.osents no hope of ,,eace or good to either population ..-l.ifo o.. uiuok ; but threatens un- , , , Jj0oJcit,. at the ' ' , JfJi L ?i 1 1 h registration, if may bo gftM Hm (J()ll,TC,ss is unable to I contrive against uswil6 so monstrous iis those which niny be imposed upon j us if this plan of reconetiucHcM ts abopted. ti,.. v.siilt of the ate eleclioiis should inspire all to earnest eU'orts to sujiport the, Constitution and se eure the restorat i n of Co atittltional peace end order. The vti I I vativn 8 nttlWn won! into tho eailV.l--ag liliat I a triumphant majority of over 45,000 votes land tbeir opj ouenis uau ah tliat talent, skill and weani;, coma Limi ,. VJ i : linn. on hu vo neara tSOme of us had the glorions result hoped for a re action iu the JSortb, ami ioi n "'""i"1 . , -i t t i , . . ii..., i,. iii fit I ' r i mini, rnniuit-n - ,itntionnl I nion men. tlicir nam- bets now sw. Iling into millioiLS.cx hurt us to I firm and pattern, nnu nnri to work and wait in "i -.oin.n hAna K.inii tube, realized, for lierlect restoration ol the Constitutional Cov- 1 eminent of our lathers, on: r t stake - tho Constittition'j (the li.nii- rmr iherties: our e ei in . - , TI,,. interests of the 1 recdmen are he same as our own ; and we freely pledge to mm an mat ne can cii..i 1 ' . v 41 srr iiu.ll'. IllUen Illiire Ullin IU' 1 'Ol yiv i - t. ..!.. I ..In.. Tin. I'mnul un.lei lie jvhuiwi - ; parties is constantly- changing, as we , now see at the tforth TUo triumphantly suecesstui insi ear. i ,f, ,,,.,.. of - ,iefeat ; am now ill dntitmr of utter defeat ; and that defeat is canned in a great tie gree, by hostility of Northern men to m gr.. sali'rage. ' If these States are to be subjected to negro rule, the Northern men will lie, practically, excluded from the Houtb. Negroes Will represent these States in Con gress ; and possessing this large bal ance of power, will soon rule the In- The Northern in'oide beziU ttintio tkioM niit! tlio result is ,n;it ll1nrenfl 0f thousands ahnndoti tu. Itcpnldieau party. It was a fatal policy to attempt to m:i :e T no Ti. nr tii-vi " i. " " ...,. , ,,,n In tbe unsand downs oi party, he is snre, to be the sufferer. It was a monsuous iniipiily to drag bim in as an instrument of party chic.inerv. We must labor to save him as well as ourselves : anil teach him thai bis well fare is inseparably connected with oui own. Let us all organ iw i -u i oi ovoi-v sneaker take 11J.1 vi.'.ri. i.v . . . j -,. 'j M ,,V(.,V HU evt.r. ueighbOrtlooil, appeal , h'u oighbor.s white and WrnHf, and plead the , ai.se -of truth and jus- nee. lfJL UHil l I". I" i .' . : .1 ' . "v -". --T . I I ....... I,. Lie ,.,.!.)iluirllOO(l is loilii Willi ,1.111 111 ll'! JJj,..'-' not iUcd of tin nnli'-y not to rntr. 11 notices he postea jjjJ"J the people of ll.e onntes moev mm ; foi. tlM, roIlsll. 'r(JI-litnional Peace t o. , an lor rj- , (M5veran.-e is sin-: ; f ; . taU. .,,,, 0:-r - , ,. .,. -.,,.. selves the ';. f ' .'' ' tmle. ho snail deliver ns We re en ..ru " to W'. I ' ' " stitution ' and th.-r-Tore may not wn- t..i.. thoM it.ir vb.whi.h. as Tin. !. S.oiensadiai.s.isa , .olat.on of tbe tilotioa Wt .a rnnri iwtwlr I 1. IM'.l ;tWn ; UOiRil- k'eei. '.toa'h, ' .Mr- . Ufl olick, "SO to dO.' Gk i. L POTTKB, ''t.tiww:' Vvi BttcioW.; r, -nil-Hi I'.fi id'ae Committee. , Jj j-KSi , . .:.), 17, J I" . i'HB ilPBttUlNQ WAK ;K t A go we- i!i Europe is iuevita Me'. Those who place the eliglites't trust in the assurances of peace which the rival governments are con tinuallv making, forget the maxim of Talleyrand, that the use of speech is the concealment of thought. Those who choose to take the woid of a French or Prussian minister forget IIlHttrUtltlSU 6 0UeiVMiei.il unuu iiiai i. .o c v i W lie i a continental snm.,iiiu,.nu... afford to practice. All great wars in fidroio bveTbbip frith proclama- t of peace, so that the very phrase i o . 1 . . ' , i a m in 2TSTnthe , - war, the more earnesi are uuwsw Upua of good will ; and the govern ments remind hs of prize lighters who. just before they beat each other to a 'jelly, exchange the warmest shakings, and most cordial smiles. We have had more than one instance in this generation of royal rulers con gratulating their subjects upon the, prospects of long and happy peace at the very moment when they were preparing their, armies to invade somebody else's territory. "France desires peace; all her interests are bound tip in undisturbed commerce, manufacture and art. She will make any sacrifice to avoid war." This is the manner in which the Emperor talked at AmienS. ""'T have crossed France with the Empress from StraS burg to Duukirlt. and our hearty and sympathetic reception everywhere has tilled us with the liveliest grati-. ttide. Nothing,! perceive with pleas ure, can shake the confidence which for twenty years the French people have placed in mo. They have esti ma ted at their peal value the difliciilties 1 have had to surmount. The ill-success of our policy across the ocean bis not diminished the prestige of our arms, sineoevBiy where (he valor of our soldiers overcame all oppostioii. Theevtnts accomplished in Germaey have not caused our country to de part from a calm aud dignilied atti tude, and it relics with justice on the maintenance of peace." Yet all this reliance upon tlie perpetuity of peace did not prevent Napoleon from bay ing ironclad war vessels in A merca loincrease a navy nlrcad suia rior to flint of England. Nor did it put a Stop to the unusual actLfity in re organizing, drilling and armingev.-ry Bfanfiti of the service. The camps of France ate us busy as her manufac tories. Immediately after t lie t ritim ph of Prussia, measures were taken to organize the army upon a basis o; 800,000 men. Prussia, eqnalty em phatic iu her protestations, has been ns signilioanf in her a: lions. The avowed policy of llisniarck is the consolidation of Hu North Qerman Slates into one great military pow.r, of which l'rnssia shall la' head, and it is notorious that his schemes have for their immediate object the detach ing Ol the South Herman Slates from the iuliiieucw oi. Austria, France is arming': Prussia is arming ; thence die gun is to le met with the Chasse pot rifle. Austria is saeriliciug the hereditary policy of the House of Hapaburgto gaiii- -What she has never had the effective support of Hun gary, aud hu assurance thai Hun gariaii 1 roups Conld be depended upon ill a battle. Italy, and oven Switzerland, are adding to their ma terials of war, while that vusl and semi-barbaric power which ovorha iga western Europe like a threatening cloud has already announced that the Sultan must revolutionize the whole svsteni of his government. Everv movement of Russia against Turkey has been the prelude to a great continental strnggle, and, of all her movements, the late demand is the boldest. And war does not result from the action of the Czar as much as his action is governed by his knowledge of the future. Peace may be preserved by a miraclebut inir aclesai... very rare iu politics; and if there Is any significance in facts, the editor of tills paper was right when he lately gave his opinion, m j hi.- Paris correspondence, that war' was the settled purpose of the fhiro- i leau Towers, and that France and j Prussia would meet ou new battle-j fields before next spring. The music ol festivities aud the songs of peace are heard throughout Europe ; but beneath thoir rejoicing strains is heard the far sound of trumpets, and the roll of approsrcHng drums. The silenflB is like that ot a bright mom- ; ing w hen ' wo great armies meet, and, while the birds sing and the bees -hum in the Cover, await lorn few! brief moments the command to lire and the word to charge along the. liue. W '.' Spirit. WOMAN OL. won.n'. heart is liko lb. rose t llt Klowl hBH'-ll It' - fflr-f aimr , 1 ii. 1 l. oui.i. uiihI miJ i.orViffi snowi, Fi-n.e; lovl k n ti tbe iumt. A puoiir; Mir tbm liriully lIiineH, i:flir.M j, from in horfte nboT ; Tu pr ju lt.t taj llut e'er eoi wine. THif tr.rri' : I few ii wotn.ii'i live 7i. musi ' iu hr T,,ice bnt.i f. Uraii Tn tall li e pa.iiant otliie Li.nl, rif r r.HT tm'tr lile oil. ili-nrms Tk. wirei f iii tu tin'' to B-t tj-ux'.r-i !Hu. ?m. Vi ' H 'i tver Itn' ..mini tfrnrt: frieudikip 11ojioit rojaJ hr tprim And wl I peae its mil" imparl. Tlio PmMmI is .niilfi -too.! . lte oiksh1 tn Hu prcwi.t Bystein ol nn- . mui1 lantiiMaa ,Cbie'M llnmA, 'til I iee o, em -.u n.n. " ". 't an m-a-st. - epeopU ..! th!H State. ia . , , : ,-eSeni the follo-vjag L'Qliiplaints rriTlsf rad.ctilisui : yf. vowMienn pnrtyliaftrnntroll- icfl the government for six years, and wVai. iT-e ii before y..". becaase: Tn tho sacred name of Union, it. y, in rp. i anted disnniOO. - ' ' i In the room of tlic blessings o! p .av: it. has, ve" US hate, discord and misen . . It. lias violated the plainest prin ciples ol tree government, broken the wriiien constitution, and only yield ed obedience to the behosts of party. The people are denied the attribute of sovereignty ; the military subverts the civil power; generals remove governors elected by the people, and a despotism reigns in ten States. Congress assumes the right to say 4 I. lit I i , . I . I'. ,1 nhall vote in lGniisvlva- .3 nift, and denies to us tho right to " - , ,.,,,.i.1.o ,mv own rule ol suffrage. ",7" : ,n,in tl.o The negro is by law made the ecpml of the white man in a public j places, and authorized to hold offices 1 .mi sit mi bines in the capital. I ''"The destinies often Sta es, and of ,,,, k o w iite neon e, t.nerein. ovr, n Potio-ross mid the militarv power', itlacod under tho control of tour millions ot UiacKS. Their reckless expenditures of the public money iu their conduct of the government,' in the support and or ganicatiou of hundreds of thousands of idle negroes, in the employment of hordes of unnecessary spies and officials, and iu maintaining military power over the submissive South, en dangers and delays the payment of the public debt of $2,700,000,000, to which the public faith is pledged. The pressure of these exhausting burdens and the suicidal policy of Congress have caused uncertainty and depression to pervade all branch Be of trade and manufactures. Oh commerce is suffering, the en terprise 6Y our people is repressed, and business interests languish. The revenue of the government is less than its interest and expenses, and the financial officer foreshadows an increase of the public debt. They plot the, destruction of our form of government by destroying the independence of the Executive, attempting to subordinate the Judi ciary, ami by concentrating alt pow er in the Legislative branch. Bobbing the people of sovereign power, they have united it with 'the government in Congress, and dealt a Mai bhnr at our liberties, for ty ranny may be as absolute in numbers of persons as in tin individual. L'iMushui.j corruption stall through every tleptinnimt o$ the government under their control. AN OLD SOriG WITH NEW VARIATIONS JOHN B. S II E R HARD Has recently opened an entirely 'tew stock of FALL & WINTER GOODS, IU Q H. MBSVOS 5 CIOIIS E001I, On the Watrt Hide of l'u'V- Square. Hit; stock comprises a good assort ment of Domestics, PVCI! A3 Ui'd and brown SIIIUTINCS, OSKABHltGa, CALICOES, LlNSKYti, FLAN'S" KLS, (kc ; fancy Dress Goods, FRENCH MOItrNOSi ALPACA LOSTHES, MOKKENS. DELAINES. Ac. ALSO Cloths, Caesiinfci'03, Satinetts, Tweeds, &c. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Etc. Cnrocerit'N, Xc, Stc, These roodfjrere bought in Baltiinori Md. , on favoruKlc Inn's, nu.l " ill Im SOLD AT SHORT PROFITS, for CASH. ivrsons CfAing to WJr may Unit it in their adrvntiujc to c.ramin viy ftad iiijiii c .M)'(7i(i.Mfif. The goods u itl be thotcn with utcasure. joiin Ji. 8PKHUARO. CASTOK. (Jul., her !, l"i'.7. l!ftS. YANCEY DliSIHES Ihroujli this medium to reiurn liianks to her many friends and patrons for the liberal piilronagt hither tci iiendeil to her, and ul.o to inform them that ebf will io slmrt lime return from Sew V'ork v itfa bei Tall aud Winter stock of Millinery tni That cannot fail to auit Ihe taste of Ike most fasli.iious. She will open her new slock on I' h "' I " "I" O I o b r r , At which time she "ill b glau to lee all her patrons noil ihe LADIII OMkkAtLT. CakW, Sep! 21, 1807. WR HAVE JI ST RECEIVED, AI) AUL NOW r.PKNIKO A FCLt SUrPLT OF FALL AXT "U lNTEli DRESS GOODS, or rnE latmt ako most rAHi?4Aii..f; stvli:s, to Wnrcti ivt; isvrrE thi: ATtKSTION OK TIIK ITBlJtt a. n. fol l & CO. Cantok. Miss.. Sept. S. 1" A FIRST CU3 AWHCUU'JIAL JOURXAt. For iiil 81 niilF p. dftfiu nurjrt-t U issued. a iieatlr ,, famae flue npy I ar l SO; ten copies 1 rear. K no a pSf m V ... Vbo Mto stiawberrjr i ..n.-. ... -; - ,,erv i uh oTIld. prtaalums e I -ktcleil kf ll.e ... ,t tbmtlw li'.a. "i atxt I a.. I Itfc SJjjtrfofinmts. NQTu 'i :. r wul I, ". ur rem ... Hovernl I dowr lou of taml. in Madu '..-:!. SUB of MisaiaJ.l'l, tV. , 0B lrtTof lau.! i l-HJ n-r.. ' ' "v! Ivlnins la .tuv" l i.ivi.tiaii'U. .: i'" imprnTerneTO- ts,rpnr, Movtong. One nth. , lot of a'in!;VlimtllIrig 413 nerei, part of the phtntktion koown aa the Alamance pi juruiileB North-west from LiTinrston, nr. the 'oail.loddiua U VatJion, nhoot 3 or 3 miles from Yeroon. Also another small tract orauom m on the Letmard plaee North East of Vernon, anil uear that place. I wonld prefer to sell, it llcannot do that, I would lease for a term 6f jrW, giving the lessee a ckance to put up ome houses to live in and put the land under a.good fence and receive for'my pay, the u of the land for the improvements puton.it MARGARET L. JIGGITTS. Oct 26 1867. tf. Don'4 le;r Alraid; lo Invest ten Cents! IT MAT SECTRE YOU 10.000 ! S 0,000 IN GREENBACKS! Returnable to the Tatrona of the new Illustrated Weekly "PEN: AND PENCIL," a great ctiriiwlty, now publishing. Every purchas er, price 10 rents. (!, mull, 18 ce.iN.) will have an equtil chan.-e of getting a Cash! Present, varying from 110,000 to 1. Tfkmm, J I rra Yfcan ; Jl fob Thbek Ybaks. t n. min,Et ro,,iibiii)iir, n.y-. fjr Pur full particulars, " How it is .lone, Why it is done. ami. where Tt fa done. "see thefirst uum hcr of " Pa Bug AMP PEKflL-" Specimen copies for sale nl this office. We will mail our paper anil 11 Tub Pmn avd Punch." together, throe months lor i ; six months for t ; ooeyeur for $ rash, in sdvsni e, inoludinj; tho flfty two Pun AN!) PjUkjUk tickctH lice, with lirst number. j n.niUTTox. I n r. Monnn, 1 1.. w. thbmpson, N. Cihuii-. l-.i. I Sew Orleans, Madison Co., Mis. (In CtnitmcvUam ) li RLTTON & MOORE, COTTON FACTORS, A N I General Ccnimissiou Werchauts, 71, No. 71 Carondclet, Street, 71. iTEW .ORBBANS, La tew Butiulics, Bugging, A-c, furnished, and ca-h advances made on Consignments, jj Oct. li), l67-4. If. 4 omi. to xurse. white girt. i PJlBFI3t?KBD. Apply at THIS OFFICE. TO OWNERS I BUILDERS. w. m s m m n o :o-i OFFKUS HIS .SERVICES as PAINTER, C LAZIER, CANVAS & PAPER HAftttj. GRAINING, JIAUBI.1NG, c, really oxe ciiied. Thiipf1 wlsrrlu work dune nkatly and nciikniit will jiltase give me a cull. REFERENCE : MoakT & Richardi. H K. 1'IINSOX. Oct. 19, 42. 2in. PLASTERER WANTED. V GOOD PLASTERER (white j v mnii iirolerre.i.) enn s't'' n jno ny unplyinc at Tins OFFICII. A BARGAIN. qtHEUNDER.SIG-NED WISHES TO SELL L his MO. si. and LOT on oast aide o! public square. For further particular! nil dress. O. H. TfCHENOR, Aug24-tf Photographrr, Caiitmi. Miss "notkTk. ON the Is, of ttV(oher. 186T, I will c ma nee thcCorttmtaalon Rusiness Inthecityol Canton. I will make liberal aUvaures on nil CC, T'J'OX consigned to my niiitt.nl fik'iid.A. E. Hf.lNtlX luceaeeor to Lowe & BignoOi New Orleans, La. I will lereivr In Mkhre liny and all cottim or ullier prodaek, fn.m my friends in Mndisnu and aAjelttng rnnntirs. and ship it ,to tl.eir rjinir I ofacemmla ion merebaat ni neruhAiiM in New Orleans, I will furnish all supplies wauted'.tlie appllcan orapplieaati fankstaag tbe cottoa as a b.isia t Day for lliein. Jily uOine Inr the present is at the new Store ilnn-e nt l'etei Brown. PRILST JONES. Oct. 1. IS'67-lf. L A hi CALL! rilUE BOOKS and PAPERS of W; M. 3i X. JUXES, deceised, have been placid In my hands for settlement. It is absolutely necesiary that all persons indebted to his eernte should come forward and pay. Ho has left a widow aud si minor i blldre'n, whd have to ba supported ; and I cannot collect mony enough lo buy and pay lor the neeesiaries of life to sustain ihem, without extending thy credit. I can be fjund nt Peter Brown's new storehouse, in Canton. Oct. 19, If FRILEV JONES. H. I4. GURLEY, DEALER IN Saddles, Harness, Leather, HIDES (gren or dry), WOOL. WE WANT ALL THB AIDES that can be brought or sent to us, from any .lis tance, and will pay tho HIGHEST CASH PRICE! Oct. 5, 67 40 3m. si 11 00 1. Iiooiiv JUST received, a larg and well selected stock of School Books, Embracing all Booka in use among ou SchOula. Also, COPT BOOKS STEM, IVK INK, PAPIE, and EsvtLoiA... For sale by ASSKI.L A AVCIIN. 8pt. 28, 1667. tf PLAHTATIOW III MADISON CODlfTY Fov Ixjtkse or Rent. SEVERAL PLANTATIONS or FARMS in Madieon Oounty, fcr lease or rent eonuiaing laont 150 to 1000 acres. Apply to me, at Sharoa.. WM. B. LOTT. Oct IS, ti. 3t. TIiy ARE OCR PEOPLE I MPROV. I VV Hll. !-Baiia4a.ey go loCASSELL I 4 i.irr.iiv m , t.iir PAlNVf si I ' ..tic .1.1.1. l. .. il. ,.t 1,,,ua i.nl a. Iil... nnu man. .... r " at ,resr .ii-iiiviii