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WEEKLY. BY JOHN V. Eflilvr n ii il KOS WORTH, Publisher. CANTON. MISS. SATURDAY, - - - - XOV. 30, 1SG7. CORRESPONDS CT! Dear Boswortii : In taking a little tour through the interior oi" tin1 State I have snapt up a few trifles which 1 have coucluderi to throw up on the public. From the center t the circumference of the State I rind among the people a (lull, heavy, set tied gloom pervading- all classes and persons Despondency hangs on every hope and a feeling that savors of despwir shows itself in the faces fctf the whole people. No won der for every hope isblighted the low price of cotton the small crop made, the heavy taxation, State and federal no money no provisions--no erodit. fall these burdens arc not enough to break the spirit of a i people they must be made of sterner stuff than that of which poor mortali ty is usually made. There can be no doubt than nineteen twentieths of all who engaged in planting this year have lost and nearly all with whom I have met, dec lare their in tention to abandon the thought of try ing to raise cotton another year. It is but natural that they should do so in many parUIJof the eonntrj as the opinion is prevalent thai cotton ol' their benefactors, a id I'm, inn them to financial suicide. What symphathy can we expect of the North, when they see our own corpo rations ioinius hands with them In The Crry Hotel, n. Orleans Often has it been our pleasing tank to direct the attention of our readers to this excellent house ; but we have never published one woid conccininj taxing the very meat and bread i it which was not strictly true. Hair- alone should support every depart went of State. first the Government at Washing ton taxes the article L'? cents per poand, next comes the State taxes, and last though not least, the Kail roads claim their full share Alas! the poor planter, once a power in the land now so poor that none w ill do him reverence the privilege and right demanded by the commercial men to extoit the last copper -from his locker coupled together with his present crippled condition make the world heedless and deaf to bis mar. minings of discontent while he. poor soul, with Christian patience and resignation buries all his mise ries! deep in his bosom. The Kail roadl built to a great extent with ins own money have declared against him for instance, the price of cotton to New Orleans, ti. N. o J. & ;. X. R. B., from Canton, is 14.00 pet bale, while it is carried from Brand Tiiii.it Ian Kill mllu V.ivil. if )n fi the same plaot by the same route I for 13.00 will Mi ) managers of the -V. O. lb ad explain this? Why is it, f bat cotton, nearly doable the dis tMM can be carried to the same BMlint by the MMie route at only one f.mth additional charge. The planter now receives the same price for his cotton that lie gut before the war, and yet the Bailroads now! charge doable transportation, There they discriminate against the plant CT according to his location which la ' Unwarranted by the charter of their corporation. Their prices are so high for every species of freight, that they are driving trade from the points which by the laws id nature should control it. New Orleans is receiving a heavy blow by the imbecility ami ignorance of those, whoaf position enables them to do great and lading ! damage to its commercial interests. Itisan actual fact that merchants call buy their goods in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimare and get them to Canton by an a 17 rait route- . oheaper than they caii be carried from the city of New Orleans to Canton. Is it any wonder then that the merchants of the OreaouBt city, i winch with proper management of I its financial and commercial interests might be made to rival New York in population and wealth, are seek ing other locations having' aotbing to do but watch trade, (ravel and p ogress atl avoiding the city of the jftdden horns and .-.Peking other channels. My business called me through Memphis, add wishing a boat to go down the river, J inquired of the haekiuan about r lit- boats, and point rt out one as the one I wanted, as I was going down i he river. The re ply was, " .o. Hon t you see siie which is to support and sustain our wives and children i PUBLICTJS. THE IMPEACHMENT MATTER. Washington, Nov. 25. The ma jority of the Impeachment Commit tee, in their report recommending Impeachment, lay great stress upon the alleged usurpation by the Presi dent of the pardoning and veto now cis; also the authority to m.. B re movals and appointments, and par ticularly refer to w hat is termed Ha grant violations of the constitutional powers of the Executive by organiz ing governments in the Southern States at the end of the war without asking the advice of Congress, as they assert, for personal purposes. They refer to the pardoning of 193 persons in West Virginia who were deserters from the arm dining the war, which they state was iu behalf of private and interested parties, and in order that they may vote in ac cordance with the Presideut'8 opin ions. Their resolution is causing great depletions of the Treasury. The tenor of the Executive offences throughout the entire rcpoi I, consists j in alleged Usurpations of the powers above mentioned. The majority as sert, also, that b; various official speeches, public declarations, the President has sought to obstruct the : laws of Congress for the pacification of the States, w ith particular refer euoe to the constitutional amendment approved by Congress. This report is very lengthy, and is signed by Boatwell, Williams, Churchill, Thom as and Lawrence. A report was also submitted by Wilson and Woodbridge, dissenting from t lie views of the majority, and asserting that there was no evidence j presented which demanded the Lin peachmetotof the President, but they ; condemned his political views, and. were willing to censure him. The minority report by Marshall and Eldridge, strongly defends the President from abuse by bin political enemies, and assort that his only j faults consist in not holding the polit- 1 ical views of the party which elected him. iu regard to the subjugation of the people of the South. The report is extremely caustic, and abuses harshly some of the witnesses who testified before the committee, lea ker is accused of perjury, and they conclude with : " The President will be held in respect by his countrymen when bit calumniators are pilloried in undying scorn aud indignation of I the American people. The points j made iu the summing up of the ma , lority report against the President arc not Dome out uy me testimony. 1. As to the President's having usurp ed the jiowers ol' Congress iu organ ising governments iu the Southern St.ites. It will be loiind in General gramme which was fbtfowei Johnson had been lain down by Mr. Lincoln. It also appears iii General Grant's testimony that he was pros .cut by , eouncili it cue southern Mates was uiscusseu and that while lie assented to the plan followed by the Administration, lie did not ntler any suggestion of his own. but was a silent listener. The only active part he took was in re straining the President's ardor to I have prominent rebels like Let brought to condign punishment. As to the pardon of prominent rebels, it i appears that many of the mast prom inent of them were pardoned on the recommendation of Grant, Speed, Stanton, etc. As to the pardoning : of some hundred deserters from a West Virginia regiment, which the report alleges was done in order that they might vote to;' a Democratic member of Congress, i' appears from tiie evidence thai they were only technically deserters that they were ing recently enjoyed its many coi.i forts, we will give our readers a short description of the City and its many advantages over all competitors : It is pleasantly situated ;it the coi ner ot two of the principal streets, Common and ('imp; its commodious verandahs, long, wide and airy, e: -tend around the entire front of the building, affording a view of those streets, stretching far beyond the scope of the eye; here can be seen the business life of the great mart, includ ing men of all nations. of attraction, is the edibles; the beasts Next in point great variety of of the forest, the fishes of the sea and the birds, of the air are here served up in a style that would do honor to Delmonico it would seem that Mr. Morse, the "prince of landlords," had endeavored to " render the resources of heaven and earth tributary to" the larder id' his house. . .The kitchen department is unsurpassed for com fort and neatness) we walked through a long range of stoves, dishes and tables, and saw nothing to excite the i riticism of t he most tidy housekeeper. The rooms arc large, well furnished, and comfortable, every guest having one to himself. Speaking of rooms Jackson, Illinois, has 12,000 inhab itants, ami nut a liquor store. - The Savannah Republican says that a colored woman living near that efty recently gave birth to three children, two of the triplets being black, the other white. Atlanta has another case of misce genation a W bite woman and a black man. The MilledgevlHc Recorder learns from a gentleman just returned from atrip through Southwest Georgia, that iu his extensive travel through it, he did not meet villi the first planter who expected to make his ends meet in his planting operations this year. All were despondent at the low price cotton commanded. No calculations were made lor operations, and it was thought blacks would sulVer foi want ol ploymcnt another year. Hilo !bbcrfiscments. the em- Tiie remains of Aaron Burr rest iii a cemetery at Princeton, New Jersey. The spot is marked by a plain, white marble monument. In i be family of Judge Edwards, at Statcu Island, there are the portraits. j of Aaron Burr and his daughter, rare gems of art, and painted by the celebrated ahderlyn. ', , fjpA weckly'paper is to be started soon at Terre Haute, Ind , under the auspices of Miss Priscilla Edwards and two other " strong niindeds." It will advocate female suffrage, y The press of .Madrid has. for some time past, been publishing arti cles against hull liming, anil in their column 11: of the only deficiency in attacks on tin' sport have given some the apparatus of this house; ., that old fellow w ho, occasionally In the absence of the polite and affable clerk officiates in the office. We regis tered, and asked for n room, and were told by this individual, In the sweetest tone, that it was not bed time. After waiting for some time, we noticed that the clerk had returned, and, his tali having left, we addressed him, and were Immediately accommodated. Now, if this notice should chance to meet the eye. o the manager, whose aim is the com fort of guests, we have an idea that the above mentioned gent will not long have the pleasure of judging bed time for weary travelers. I!ut our readers need not fear being an noyed by such treatment, for we have never seen a more polite gentleman than Mr. McDermot, the head clerk. Another great fixture of this house, la our esteemed friend, Col. Dnstan, who kindly offered to conduct us around the city and aid us In ''see ing the elephant."' After a thorough examination of this bouse and its competitors we do not hesitate to furious statistics, the number ot bull tights have of late considerably increased, and it is calculated that in a single year, 1801, as many as 1,000 of those animals were thus sacrificed. In the same year, 3,000 horses, worth not 1000,000 reals, are supposed to have peri-lieu. I lie losses iu loot) were still greater, and consisted of 2,370 bulls and 3,601 horses, representing a total vslne of about 7,800,000 reals. Little Things and Little Peo ple. Little things and little people have often brought great things to pass. Tic large world in which we exist is made ill) of little particles as small as the sands of the sea shore. The vast sea is composed of small drops of water. The little busy bees, how much honey do they gather! Do not be discouraged because you are little A little star shines in the sky brightly in a dark night, and may be the means of saving many a poor sailor from shipwreck : and a little Christian may do a great deal it' good if he oi- she will try. There is nothing like 1 rving. READ this: SOUTH BIDE OF COURT SQUARE, CANTON, MISS., Offers, at LOW prices, a new and well selected stock of School and Miscellaneous HOOKS & STATIONERY, MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, TOYS, FANCY G00B8 AND NOTIONS, AND EVERY VARIETY OF ti -j.'ivm nod avasftara j&snos-, to which large additions have re cently been made, consisting in part of CHINA. WAX & RUBBER DOLLS, TIN AND RUBBER TOYS, CHINA AM) BRHVNIA TEA SETS, LADIES' WRITING DESKS, WORK BOXES. CHAIN BACK ALBUMS, PERFUMERY ft H0LLIDAY PRESENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Also, a fine assotment of POCKET CITLEKY. Agent for WHITSEY'S IMPROVED SHOT GUN, Equal to a 875 imported gun, and of fered at only half the coat. Parties who are now using this gnu can testify as to its merits. GUNS and PISTOLS, of various styles and prices constant ly on hand ; also, railDKII, SHOT AND C'APN, of flii. In -.1 qiinlily. FIXED AMMUNITION, fr PISTOLS, SPEMCErVS 8t SHARP'S RIFLES, CUN WADS, RIFLE & PISTOL MOULDS, POWDER FLASKS, SHOT POUCHES, CAME BACS i DOC i WHISTLES rojii; tti: t will now be 11 our w1 ME entire A,L! Stock of Furniture and Crockery Ware, at COST for CASH. We are oVsiroiu of closing out our business. Those wishing to purchase will find on examination that we mean wh)t we say. Those indebted to us will be waited on promptly, on calling nt the Store. FITCHKTT k BLEDB0K. Nov 2, '6, If TO OWNERS I BDTLDERS. W. E. JOHNSON, OFFERS HIS SERVICES as Painter, 8:ri r Canvas and Paper Hanger. GRAINING, MAUULIN'G, &c, nciitly exe cuted, Those wishing work June nkaTlv itnd DruAHi.v will please give me 011. Refen lo Messrs. UplBT A RiohauDS. W. E. JOHNSON. Oct. 19. 42. 2m. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND AUK NOW OPENING A FULL SUPPLY OF FALL AND WTNTEB DRESS GOODS, OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES, TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUIILIC. A. il. FOItl) & CO. CiXTOH, Miss.. Sept. S. 1RI7. tf NEW GOODS! GROCERIES! 0. ii. DtMKtXI. M. L- DINEIKS. CI DIU &BR0. Wholesale and Retail 0 ".Tjl ii .1' El Xi 8 AND FOR RENT. invitation at the I abinet iii which the reorganization AN EXT RI.I.KN'T Tract of Land, on (intiks creek, lo be let iti loti sixty or three btndrtd acres, AC dr-ircd. All improvements turm. (omul on Hie v is have bos f Imt' I in tin. a upon It- South, Cnton, or Nov SI ripple lo w ir iirni.EV, it the mace . juukl rull m the place. GEN. GRANT' TESTIMONY BEI'ORE THE JUDICIARY COMMI TTEE. i Gen. Grant'i bvIcImmm covered I tim e columns, but tin- following tolls. A; SOUTHERN LADY, who bfcfl Mtml hiiifr. wfftfetl n fatally, or wil al dres? 30 3t. 47. irCTIOEERISi I situation as governed in a i teach a neighborhood school For farther particulars, end terms " J It K . Canton, Miss.' N'or no lit. Ins storyi "By .Mr. wooionuge Question. I understand your post linii in In ns, t int vou iliil not ns . . . . , . . ' . T 1 1 II N J. TiulSCOr. has hern comtr i s inni)d sume to originate or inaugurate any LJ Al)c,onoer 0r Madison eoan'r, and will policy, but when any question one I attend prnmptlrto sit nltirorhniirrteibi up. mid vonr opinion was asked as tolthnt bsiinsts wli.it tin- President was going to do A SI 1.1. LINE O.V CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, and SNUFF, Etc., including GENUINE PERiaUE, SMOK1XG TOBACCO, Etc. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES ANIj REVIEWS kept constantly on band and receiv ed ut earliest dates, to which sub. ... . ;,.i:.,..n nro vesneetfully solicited. -AlO)- SA TI8FA C TIOX 0 UA RA X TEE I) Nov. 30. 'in. Sm. IK IT REMBM RRRKD, 1 t to-wil , on the 23d day of Novemb er. that or had done, yon gave an opinion 1 Answer. That ! it exactly, and I Nov. 30, IRC tf. CANTON MARBLE WORKS. pre not I W; ten never ter lie no! pardoned until some weeks after tin- election, and that tin- President merely endorsed the application in the usual form referring to the Sec retary of War, who himself granted ii. The committee inquited into the ' iiosnnaian by tin- President o certain Tennessee ,ioinls, mi the .-'ijiposition that his possession ot then mixfat havi- sosm connection with his re lease oi'tlie property of oertain .Suntli en railroad companies ; Imt it ap peared that Mr. Johnson had been possessor of those bonds lor the last twelve years. In referenee to tiie trial of Jeflfer sou M.ivis, Attorney General Speed ! and the counsel lor the Government sh Idee all the reaponsibilit of imt trjing hint, the av owed cause being that Chief Justice Cbaee iroold not j preside, and that Attorney General Speed would imt consent under any eireiiinst. mres to have the trial eon diieted before Judge Underwood, There was an attempt 00 the part i ot Lafayette . iiaker to get ui story about an imaginary letter from Mr. Johnson, as Military Governor, to Jefferson Davis, offering to turn is taking on eotton .she uohij up',.,,, ,i ,-,., ,.,,!. I I,,,.. I. ,.i ttic rlvtr.,' What a eaaage has taken tilaee in trade in tiie last live I years! Eight yearH ago. who would i fell still ' have thosght that at the ort ot Memphis a boat loaded with cotton W as distined North instead of South -that it could bo shipped to New York by rail from Memphis! at a frae tion orer what it cost from Canton 1 1 New Orleans. No wonder our country i impoverished mir people ii..bl .irler.-d where our chief oiii itierevd e.-riiers liave men in control of their niwt vital MNM of -p;:ltl and orosperity men lasjarsUeas Ol the iatarasts and atfltsto of t!-os.- wlio have trustid and nttoj npon tlieui grasping wiih greenly ind e.ta'lu z hands at tiie trouble in deciding what decree oi redit was (ii Ue given to it : the tab- Tin ! is no allegation against the ."resident of his having personally givei) grounds of oll'enee. -Vshley, of Ohio, who presented tin articles of iiiiiH-aeiitnoiit. aeknowl edge tliat he ba given lo the com mittee ail the valid e ideiiee in his possesniou. a - The total lo.. by In at j--0rt Val ley is estimated at 4-,OiM). on whii-h theie was all insurance of I i,7lS. T'e Mili-on Trlrfirtph Kays : Wr .i glad to asfl i hat the proposition or n eon vi-ni ion ot tin- ( onservatives .( t.ei ig-e. ri be held ia this eit on Tha Sday, Hie 9th day of I,-eeinber. Il Meeting srith ireuer.l Esvoi rroos ery throats the jm-ss of the Stale, Mined the whole committee so nil tood me. I hive always been ntive to ray own duties, and tried to Interfere with other people's, s always ready to originate mat pertaining to the army, but 1 was Milling to originate mat rtaining to the civil govern ment of the I'nited States. When I was SSlted my opinion about what bad been done. I was willing to give il. I originated no plan, nor suggest ed no plan, for civil government. I onlj gave rny views on measures after they had been originated. I simply expressed an anxiety that something should be done to give some sort of control down there. There were no governments then- when the war"wse over, and I wanted tO see some gov eminent established. I wanted t' see it done quickly. I did not pre tend to say how it should be done or iu what loriii.'' -- WABHnraToir, Nov. 2S. There is intense excitement in political circles here, in expectation th it the Judieia rv Committal sill report today in favor of the impeachment of the President. The pnrpose of the Radi cal members lo this end h is boM 10 fully sad even bitterly declared with in the past day or two. that the inosi incredulous regard a serious move menr towards the Indictment of the President as a settled part ol tha Radical program OM ot proceedings. - - - nri),miil Webster once renintk-i-d ! I Small is the sum that is reipiired to patronize, a newspaper, and amply rewarded is its patron. I euro not how bumble and unpretending is the ; gazette which lie takes. It is next to impossible to fill I sheet with printed matter without putting in il ' Something that is worth the siibsrrip- 'tion price. Kvery parent rhoM sou il aw.iy from home at schoi!. should I supply him with a newspaier. I I we'll remember wfcats marked differ ence there was lietween those of my schoolmates who had and those who i had not access to newspapers. Other tilings being equal, the Iral were always superior to the last in d hata, ei'iiiposiiiou and general intelligeuec. We note the destruction, Hy tire, of Osveral cotton gins, with cotton, r .i.ging from ten to filty W fur rr. aiie KOW rut-t'.MirP m ? T t'i thi1 ettlSOSI of ModilOfl nnrl Hitjoininp oniintir-s, MOrTinWBlVTM, TOTIII--TOKN, TARI.KTIS, run, I KS. ( OI Ti;H.HI,BS, Elr., its ctii-ap an they i-nn bp pnrtlhSlSi in N'eW llrlpfin or T.ouisv::!r-. Monuments reset, Inttcrod nn eHMOsnf. Orijpr from the conn irv promptly MtOoSed to. kowlkr a mm. Sl op hack of J t! Fpltowes' store, south of Court squrre. NovtiOtf. FOR SALE! Fine Building' Lot. ELIGIBLY SITUATED. horvtofore 1867, ihe folio Wl DC entry was innde in the ininnte book of the Coanty Court of BlidUon county Slate of MiRsinsippi, in wordB ud figure- foi 'owin, to-wit : Kri ley Jones, nKPnt ffr T X Jon&s, nsgignee ad admitii-ilrator of W M (J Jouea, dee'd, 1 Commission Merchants, Clinton, !TIi. Cash Paid for Cotton. TK HAVB JUST RKCElVsb, and will T tit all timt's keep mi hand a largf and complete stock of GROCERIES, Produce, &c, wliich we offer to llie public nt very Low Cotton, is Prices for Cash. ffor. 2, IS8T. J ITH a change of bnse, we hare chane W ed our business. We cannot sel you clothing, but we can sell you sometbinl to eat in the way of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, WUieh we bftVi just purchased from first liaod?, and will guarantee fresh and nice. Our object is to keep a first-class FAMILY GROCERY STORE And to sell for CASH, and nothing else, and wo will thus be enabled to sell Groceries as cheap as any one can send to New Orleans pay freight and get thera bere. So comn along with your "DIMES AND DOLLAttS," Aud we will guarantee to give you the full value of your money. COCHRAN & CO., Routh side 1'ublic Square. CllulCK FAMILY FLOOR Just mceiveS Cape Jessamine, and other brands. COCHRAN ft CO. M ACKEREL No. 1, in kits, and by ll single one, just put up. COCHRAN ft CO NOTICE. HAVING romoved from iij old stand t" the NEW BTOBB-H0U8S Mnore k fi nki n n. J It appearing to the satififactinn of the Court from LD0 ftffl davit of tne plaintiff in this cause filed, that I hi Mid defendant, H. A Moore, is a non resid. nt of the State of Misbisnippi, but lha: his post bAm is Sycamore Alley, Halifax ounty, North Carolina, at which place he now reniden ; Now, therefore, it is ordered hy the Court, that publication he made in the American ClTHMM, a public newspaper, printed and published in fcaid county of Madison, and State of Mississippi, at least once a week for four consecutive week", notifying the said defendant, H. A. Moore, that unless he be and appear before the County Court of said couury, at the courthouse thereof, in the cits of Canton, on the 3d Monday of January, 1 868, to plead, answer ir demur to taid plaintiff's Attachment, judgment by default will be ta ken ai'auiht him, and the property levied on sold lo satisfy said judgment. A true copy from the minutes of said Court. Attest, inv liAnd ftud seal of said Ctmr: I this 'Z'M day'ot November, A. D. 1867. I L.S j Jno. DAWSON, I Nut 30,4w Clerk. of Mr KtnKPATRict. two doors above R Win- Fit's Bail king House, am now opening an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS; under the firm name of J. B. OTTO & CO. A", pl B a and goo , ORANOBfl, CANDIES, fr.sli 1 COCHRAN ft CO. rpo LOVERS OF TEA nnd COFFKE X S.iineihiug exira on hand now. COCHRAN ft CO. B' T E n MS l A Ii K RA L! B IT REMKMBKHED, thai heretofore, to wit, on the 23d .lay ol Novemher, All 1M7, the lollowiug enlry wan made up in the Ralnnttl of the County Court of Madison ounty, State of Mississippi, in words and fiurfrS following, to-wit : Kriiey Jonea, agent for T N Jones, assignee ' and administrator of W il 0 Junes, dec Apply at This Office. VALUABLE RESIDENCE FOR RE. T OR SALE I offer for rtnt or xalr Nf TtdE and COUMODTOVS MUCK HES IDEM I.. in ronton, Minn. 1 rmmiu aiTSM jam, nc, it. lirti" dKirinc M purchase or rent, will t il! on me t my office. 0. C. HUOXLIPOftO. Nov ::n i. BiSMARCK IS DEAD! oi AltogtlMr mt lvtata it i tli it M. Joel's Restaurant II Mi to the fit- s n l ii i Iu Eting fri I atria ..w r.,tes I era. stew, ,1. fried. ro itej r rMW 75 rr don. vr. fnit for! n Pr don. itmt Vet 7Srrdili It efirk with .niion fmmm Pith or Powl 1 75 fwr di-h C.ifTe... Ten irCUorI-le 2 wr enp gof li.s Bar is furi.i-1"! lib the I est of U iMTt, Win - . Ale Mnl Ciar 1 M JOKL. X"rth e-'. eorner Court Square. Canton, Mis , Nor. 83, 1867. tf II A Moore, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from aCiiiavit of plain t i tf, that said de tendant. H A Moore, is not n resident of the Slate of Mis-is"ippi, but that his posloffice il m Sjcanjore Alley, in the State of North Carolina, at which place he now resides ; Now, therefore, it is orderjd by the Court thai puhlieation be made in The Amain I ITflM, a public newspaper, of thi Stale, at lean MM n week fir four cor.peeetive weeks, nut ilying the -mi delendant that un less be be and appear before the County Court of said county, to be bolden thereof, in the city of Caulou, on the 3d Monday of .la,, Mil . A f) 186ft, to plead, answer or dernu r to said plaintiff's attachment, judgment In default will be entered against bim. and the pr' erty levied on sold lo satisfy jndgroenl. A true copy from the minute of said court. Atleat, my hand and aenl of aaid court, In- Ud dav of November, A. D 1867. IM Jno. DAWSON, N,,.HMw. Clerk. HLEE WE COME, AGAIN!! rUOT IIF.CEIVGD: ) WHITE BEANS, IICM1NY KiiR MWIHO, KL11KK. and EVERY mi9 GOOO TO EAT, for sale, rheap for cash. Not 15 COCHRAN ft CO. WE are now receiving, direct from Bal timore, Philadelphia and New York a full Hiid complete stock of DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, t. a i u ' n a b 'a mB9 : L O T ii I , BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AMD CAPS, CKOCKERYWAKK, GLASSWAHH, HAKDWAKE, WOOD AND WII,LOVAVAKK. (,KOCERIE$, A very full stock ot the BEST. CAN FRUITS, PRESERVES, &C,, All fresh, of this year's growth. PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Of every kind, all of which we ofifer nt re duced praam, son cash. We will make CASH ADVANCES ON COTTON. CI Stor ami for NO. sale CHEAP. COCHRAN ft CO. 7 ICS JL Pic: RAISINS, Pickles, atl fresh. Nov. 2. 1S67 44. PRUNES, CITRON, COCHRAN ft CO. if. BARGAINS! IW I AM SELLIXO OFF MY STOCK OF E GOOIOS, LOTHING! BOOTS and SHOES, D H. OTTO would be glad te see hi old frith, i at the new store. J. B. OTTO CO. The HOrsP. and LOT .20 be for rent 'be ensuing M II i KLKT. t I.Vir HPNT r MYnt) ii. Sli..ron, Mt orrupied by I nl vi i Robbins. will rear. Apply i A Canton, Nov. 16, 1867. It TAiTlil A situation as GOVERN- ESS. or PRIVATE TEACHHR. Por particulars apply at this ofBre. nov9 HON TIKS Just received and for sal 4.0V0 piundt IKON TIES, all kinds, hieh wn will sell at 9eents per pound nov8-2t 0. H DINKINS ft RRO A SIX H0R8B WAGON, for sale chaap at rV nova K L HARGON. IX7HIMKY Not. 2 ETC., ETC., ETC., AT GREATLY REDDCED PRICES, FOR CASH! JOHN B. SHERRARD, Eatt Side of Public Square. Nor 9, 45 tf. A g iod arhrle of RVE and IlOl KBON WHISKY, for aala ch ap E. L HARGON LEE DAVIS. 4 I.I, PEKSiiNS indebted to the firm of 1 Lee ft Davit are requested to call and MCtlf at once, as I bare only a short limn allowed me lo settle up the affairs of the con cern, and do not wish to bring mit an any of their rluims if possible. I will bn found at lb Grocery Honse nfC. H Drnsins Bno. JHO. W. TBARCAIN. Nor. 2, oT, tf. Hereifer I