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A Wtialiiogtuu specUl to tbe New Orleao Times of Thursday, furninheB soma nttcres rig information in regard to tue iwipeuc' -mem of tlie President. The trial, our rend ers are aware, will be retimed to day. The followi ig g the 'lispatcn referred to: There are manj point to be made in the evidence by the deference not anticipated by the public, but nevertheless they arise legtt'ly and pertinently to the- trial, and will make the defence so complete that even where the case uot presented by the impeai hers so flim sy and u terly devoid of proof of guiit knowledge or criminal intent on the part ut the President, the. Sen ate would be euro pilled to render a Verdict of acquittal. Judge Coritil will make the argument for tbe President on Thursday nelt, and as Dow arranged, the other speeches on the same aide will be made by Messrs. Evarts aud Stauberry in the order here named. It is understood that the two remaining epeeeors for the prosecution are to be made by Messrs. Boutwell aud Bingham, the latter to makt the cloalag argument. The itnpeachers unequivocally proclaim to outsiders that there is uo doubt of the cou v.clion, aud yet it is well knuwu thai these ; same ;mpeachers are seriously afraid becau-e' of their failureto obtain assurances from cer tain (fourteen! Republics! Senator that they will couvict without reference to the law or t esinteny. To the credit of these reticent Senators, be it kuown that they have not agreed to result, and that they propose to try the case upon its merits, aud the la . and testimony presented in the trial. Such has heee their response thus tar wbeu approached by the schemere. Nothing daunted however, the eitreme Radicals have tkfgAlliStd for a VigOrOUl and what they say WKl"be an irresistable move meut, upon the obstinate Senators, and they expect tbll week to scud to earn particular I member their supposed influential censtitu ; ents, to threaten or entreat a promise to con v C . Mich is their plan, as we have it from at, a ttheutic s-jurce. GRAFTING. Dr. Kegel deacribea 1 ;t uew method of grafting, B8iractic ed byHtri' Frenodlick, rae of the RtiHift" court gardeners, with re l markabte success, Instead of taking tbe coins from the previous .vein's j wood, with the buds just beginning I to swell, the still suit yiowinj,' lateral i boot! are selected Mhen from a ball to one aud it half incltos long audi either lark or tongue grafted) care1 being taken not to draw the ligature too tight, a they swell mote rapidly i than hard wood coins, Success, lie' nays, is certain, if care be taken that the sap of the stock is in motion tit' the time tbe operation is performed, lie recommends this mode as superior ' to .ill others, especially fur hard ! wooded trees, such as ijuerctts, fagus. . &c,. which are usually (litiicu.lt to propagrte from the old ones. Kew ! m.ses and other plants, which it i desirable to increase as rapidly as possible,yiiay also be advantageous-1 )y worked in the same manner. Vlnrmt aud Pomologht, Hon. a. H. Stepbsn. Tbe Ma eon (Oh.) Journal and littmtngtr is! authorized to give a complete contra ' diction to the story going the rounds Of the press that this gentlemen had j said he join d the Confederacy the. better to serve the Union in other I words to betray the Southern cause. The story is utterly destitute of troth ' in letter ami spirit. The only fact in! tne i uuaaeipnta North American's ntorv with which paper it nririii a ted is tne visit of Mr. Stephens tu the Hebrew club. Hut the subject of politics was imt even mentioned by himself or any one else present on that occasion. Having copied the paragraph of the Philadelphia paper, we have the more pleasure in giving this contradiction. The Soubcb of ah ocr wv.. The politico-reliyiotU laiiatics of Now Bttkland are .it tbeir oi l Wr trei ogtuo. Tbia tiruo it ia eoofer-1 unoe of Methodist that prwnim to locido what Is patriotic or otborwiaa in the ooodoct of Ugh public Aim tioaariw. Hut Up the MMoaiiijetioa what it may, it la tlie s,i ue 0II leuvt-n of Paritasiaai that moves them all in Una arromat, bUndaaal pestifer oaa Intanneadliag with civil aft'aira. All aor poltticaU troaMea may le traced ta the poraieiova lUhaejr that . ivil datiaa an iletermined M the higher law" of the imlividual OM.J Hcieuce; ami until this fatal delusion i ilispelleil, ami New Bogiug polit ico religions fanaticism made to aadacataad and respect the tact, too, that these (Jaiteal .States are not the more expanded Theocratic. Colony of Massachusetts Liay, there will be peace iu the land. TLeMeridiaii Mi A fpw i1aa igt, cury of the ttk, two Mr, Pedeila, ii ifiu)pi l otiiti , fiiine to tins ilace to s'll their cott.iii; on their return homo anil alwiut three milea trom the dty thay halt.tl to i-arap fur the Bight, when lOtir neproes with (,'uns, rame KuuMenlv tijioii them, and with guns resentei ileuooideil their monev. 'J lie men gave them one hundred and sixty dollars. They took the money and disappeared, thtukiug they li.nl pot all the ineu had, Imt in thi they tre mistaken lor they still had riVe liuudred dol lara left. - - . . . Wt take tlie following troa the iouton(.Mirs.)iWorri. of the 4th: When the I Ntuioeratic con rent ion met at .lack son a few weeks ago, tbe I're.-ident if the New Orleans, lackson and dieat Northern railroad kindly tendered to the delegates to that convention a free passage over his road. ien. A. M. West. I'rrsi (lent nf the Mississippi Central. . an ofl'set to this, proposes to tekf all the Scalawags home tre of row, who will condescend to travel on his road. We hop they will crowd htm aod so st ml. bia road that d'-cent man or wrwau will travel on it I'-r twelve mjutb to coaae. READ THISI 1WJJ PRINTING North of Courl Square, CANTON, Miss. IJAVE THE BEST SELECTED NORTH OF JACKSON, IN THE ST1TE. VNI) WILL FILL OKDLRS FOli HANDBILLS, FUNERAL NOTICES, PAMPHLETS, OIROULAKS, POSTERS C A II J) S, BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, dec &c . &c JOB OFFICE rni OCR FRTEXDS A XI) THE PUB LIC ARE IX I ITEhTO QITB US A 'All A. H. FORD & CO., tSUCl'KSSOUS TO KURD A OTTO.) DRY GOODS k HARDWARE MERCHANTS, (ODD FELLOWS' HALL,) CANTON, MISS. Jaouarj 1st is8. tf. t . D . SID W A r MANUFACTURED ol Texas Siddles. Harneaa, Plow lirid'es and Brejtch lug, and dealei' In I. KATIir.lt AND snot: fix mas, PHKNOH AND DOMESTIC CALF SKINS, " SOLE LEATHER, AND SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS PLANTFRS Make your own Russet, No. 1 Oak SUuitiurd Upper Leather, and Ileuilesk Sole Leather, at Prices that will . . ...... a groat sartog. Aug lt-tf. THE nnderMRned la pleased to notity the publ'o that he la uguin at Ins .dd stand engaged iu the same buaineaa that he followed before the war the sale of carriages, wagons, .-arts and plow. He makes and repsira all kinds of irtlclea In hit line while doing btulueta for the firm of Wales, Cobb and Com mot septl A. V. BARLOW CITY HOTEL, Corner of Camp aud Common Streets X E W 0 E I. E A X S , LA. THIS SUPERIOR HOTEL TS located in the vcrv i litre nf the business por 1 tioii at the city. It in couveuientlv nituiited vritbiQ a few aquarei ol ttm Thtatrts and Places of Aniflsemcnt and within one nqosft of the GREAT MART CANAL STREET FOR BUSINESS MEN AND FAMILIES Thil Hotel (irt-Heutssuj eiior dilvantdcfl. The Commodious Verandahs In front uf the building a e rfat onvenienre nnd ittractfoB, not ('(iiiilit'd iu extent by any other Uutt-i in tbe city. THIS HOU3E HAS BEEN REFITTED AND RENOVATED THROUGHOUT, And linnanrpailtd in its a:t'onimodatios y am ftduliehment intht oitthuest. Every Luxury the Season Affords U libfrnlly famitlMd by the Proprietor and Stipe rtor Caterers employed tu i-uhuu- the Entire Satisfaction of the Public. Tartiruiiir attfntion paid to all Telegrams and Ott0n ordrioff Room.-. Business CoffiDtuniCAtiooi shoufd be addressed, NEW ORLEANS. Proprietor. R S Majr 4 MORSE, laar-tf BOOTS A X I) SHOES. -M. S. DUNN lias opened a Boot And Shoe t-liup in the old Stons bout?e, and 19 prepared tj turuisb FIXE BOOTS AiND SHOES, At i In lowest cash priors. ALL orders eieculed wjih nf atntjit aDd DerT 67 IS. Y. SKATER, MERCHANT TAILOR, "1 rODLD n-MrPct fully inform h'foM friends 3 T T mu cnstofBeni, uri tlp pvMfc Kfneral If, that he htut lemnV'-rl Irom Sharon and ftt tied iu t auton. wh tp tic will contiuuH the Merchant TailoriDK BusiDcss, in til ittt iwlMH hrnt:hec Hatinjt n eipfrieoce "t near!' thirty yeart. be leelx confident of hi- abil ity It cive -ati-i.r tfuo t all who may flavor biiu with their pttruMM a libeml share ol which be tUoMs from the public. H itiiic rt-sidfd and carried . - - -- r : , in Hhsron for many y-an- re-et'lfully rt-lern to the sitizens of that MMM ud VRinity. Shot on Wt-t side PuUlic Square MM daar N'xitbT J Rirhards An. 27. MIS. i . o . Will) AUCTIONEER, CANTON, MISS. TTAVIXfJ letn re-appointed Auctioneer for tt 11 county of MaflisriD. the undeisigotd offer k MfVftOM to th jnit.lir in thai line of basineai. W II is vrybody f crying prompt y aod en tb c ! ntntrsi terms. 20ih dec 65 !. O, WY'K EVERflREEN NURSERIES, AT (.'ANTON, .MISS. HE Pronrielnrn of t ies? NIT.SE 13 ike picture in en- '.ut.-ine to tbeir friends and t'le public that now is the tin e tw plant out OKI MAUDS, s d tbat thee am prepared to furnish nog. heelthe ana well (rrown Baalfcaw rmieed l-KI IT Tl HsJ nf the most Mr-proved Vnrietiei, and a tka CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. lowest prii-et, rna casai. Call and see, and aelect f .r jooreeleee RsJT Catalugnel farniiied gratia la applicants. For farther raniciilars a d an. E. K MANIKRIi a CO febl Canton Mt.e I VI'INK DOUBLE-tARHBLED shot ;r.N, ni:v For Bait, 9m i;irlK-nl;iis, applv at Till- OFFirr. JNO. B. SHEBIURD I S now receiving and nkw stock of opening a SPRING : SUMMER GOODS, ocniptt'. iua BLEACHED Jc BROWN DOMESTIC COTTON A.DTS, CALICOS, DRILLS, DRESS GOODS, mich as, MOZAMBIQUES, silk a worsfd LINEN LAWNS. FIGURED LAWNS, ALPACAS, ETC., ETC. ALSO is and HOSIERY, BUTTONS and TRIMMINGS, BOOTS and SHOES ETC., ETC, ETC, All of which will be sold low F O It: OAS H ! Store East Side of Public Square. Not 9, Aji'l 4 tf. 3. McFARI.AND. MCFARLAXD & ST1NS0N, No th-east Corner Public Square, CANTON, MISS. W7 E rail attention to onr large aud varied " flock of GHOCERIES, Coosistiug of BAGGING axd IRON TIES, SUGAR, COFFEE and MOLASSES, BACON, PORK a Nt) LARD, IRON and CASTINGS, BOOTS aso SHOES, FLOUR and SALT, nu GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES Will pay the highest price for COTTON, and make liberal advances on shipments of Cotton to our friends in New Crleaus. Sept. 21, 18G7. ind y STII.LMAN, GUNSMITH, Mlont- Ilouae- Third door Noulh, fjfey Milking and reimlriue itont In tbe workman like manlier, and with ilipateh. DISSOLUTION. rpilE co-partnership heretufnre existing he. 1 tween Hie underiir;ned, is this d:iv di.-i- lolfad by mutual consent. J. B MORE Y. T. J. TOKSTaLL, 1 t. 11. BALDWIN, Dec. 24th 1807. THE undersipned, havtag puri-ha?ed the interest of Maj. J. B. More; . iu the firm of Morev, Tunstal k Bnluwin, will continue the business under the lirm and name of Taaitall Baldwin. All aci-niints etc., due Morev ,v. Tiinstnll, or Morej, Taaitall A Baldwin, will he paid to us, who are alone authorized io receipt for the same we assuming all liabili ties of the said firms. Ti'NSTALX A BALDWIN". Dec. 28 18ii7-tf. CANTON, MISS, WHOLESALE AND Mini. DBDGGIiTS AND APOTHECARIES. DEALEB9 i WHITE LEAD, Oil S , VARNISHES Window Glass. Sash, Doors, Putty PERFUMER BOOKS. WALLAPER, ST VI IONKR1 FANCY ARTICLES, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Catlery, &c. J..nlJ 1 Tt'ST RECEIVED and for sale lij MOSHY A- RIC IIAMD8, 0fl IU l.an.lreth'a Turnip SeJ, war raiilrd rrowlh of l7. iflOO Ra purr White Lead, ISO ral Oil. 1110 gale Spirita Turpentine). EN ROUTE SOW lighte of Window Sub. 4 doaen Tannel Door .100 rwxea of Window Glaaw. All of wkick will ha aold M Vrw Hi I Ma IWaa trink. f tf GENERAL AGENT, DEALER IX PtAKTATtQN SUPPLIES, OIMTEAL BRICK BUILDINO, SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE, CANTON, MISS. ALE CASH ORDERS for GROCERIES, PRODUCE and MACHINERY promptly filled, nnd only COMMISSION CHARGED. i ! APRIL II, 1868. C. H. D1NKINS. M, L. IHNKIN-S. d H, WkW OHO. Wholesale and Retail -SP'1 "a a AND- Commission Merchants, Canton. Cash Paid for Cotton. VTTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, nd will VV at all times keep on hand n large ami complete stock of GROCERIES. Produce, &c, which we ull'er to tht public M very Low Prices for Cash. NETvV GOODS, FOR SPRING & SUMMER MAY-SON & LANDERS w TOTI.D RESPECTFULLY VLL t!.- Httemion of the juiuiu- to tht ir Kirye , ijtUL'k uf 8PRIN9 and SI MMER GOODS, whtob they are uow receiving, eoaaiatlag ie part ut DRY GOODS, dKOCKRIES CLOTHING, BuOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC., Wkiek trill be sold as CHEAP as the CHEAPEST! March II 1HH8 If I Published at Jackson, Miss., THE CAPITAL OF THE STATE BV II. II. MINES A CO., Etoted hy Rer. VM. IMtH'K. fmmmmmt wM-wl the Brmul'ii !ntnct, Mi4.i4io,i OMlwIwMt. nnd Rff. A. H. FLY, rri'-iding K lr r Ureiiutla li-trkt Mfrnpliix OiilWrme. IS defoieil principHllv to the rniM . i relltfion ah tiuffht by tbe n-net- utthr M RTHOOfHT BPIBCO PALCBUHCII, BOOTH; but ronUin a Rr;.t nt'ty n inlrut tirr ttiid irttrreitine matter m Igjwil ' Hridele ied- be iU- the LATKST TKLW.lt A IH (C UFPOHTS. ut w itt m-. lit neral Or-ifrs -n ' He.idqiiarteiR ".ill the im)Mrtant i- u the, .SlRte a iid f the United Static -in th'Tt it -onaii. ererribitikT, lkHh r - 1 . - ,.n 1 eriilnr, rub-nlai-) to mak-' it hm 'f the m't reHdiibie, in-iinu t re ft id liest KA.MII.V kKW8f APtMB j.ubli-hed ) t "iiib, am! AwaM read not only by every ftm y in the SUte. but thruu.hout the adjoining Stau-.. Ill rlM'UlltioO nW U'f.- l- -tr.id !v n- U,' id the i(--r rwpitllv ftrowiriaT in iabltr faror. The tl. riiti..np"rut.3 I'KU AXXl'M, IN AT VAN't'K iff an low that it within the reach ol i M bin BOI , ahd v- ryb dy ought tn Uke it. ' Th Jackonn Iaily t inritm mif of the irot a) roodticted .ii- in tbe luib, ia ita ituiue uf tbe , 13th Dec.. iMiT.nay: ( "Tun JacBfON M.-" -Thi bt ceitninly ( cf tl noat valuable and intrvtinir religion ' jonrnaH that rfttne to onr tnble. It vm eaUblib ed io Uii- city about eighter,! montha ago. and haw been atealily fr,aininn in nn-otation, and in imiMic favor. Ita editorial bre.tbe a trae ChriKtmn iirit. n ita arlertian are atot j-idirioiilv aaade The -Metb.dit deaervea r-- ,!:. well of the den mina tton of wlii'-h it i an oian. and it i i f-ary the i duty of every metnWr of tbat hm h in thin Sut to antribe for a j mroal mi creditable In every re (' t aa a relifriofia Rnd fm ly new-p t The iilicription price i three ) I t- per anbarn. and Meaava. H II. Ilinea 4 IV, areU.c pab'.-hcr." . 1 r Send on your names with the Cash there la a chance for all. . r j tmmmt jackmjv MKnitunsT jkm Mi-taaei-M. Hhrc.n. A Rule Without Exception! A ' fit nHrt, fltt, , fa, mmM fa etc tertrd lgml aafr. fwMrhdJ mm he pmrnl tu hwftTt tht pmmy ttf uiltemtnm u gtr i mmJ as faw gtrn uaaVaa tht awaaaj u mmmL i eat mt ra t, . nc'l uom a fV p,m af " trtUlh,. W dee. t,m rrM A N I) TF , E. L. HARGON, NORTH SIDE OF PUBLIC I SQUARE CAXTOV Haa on hand aud is constantly receiving FLOUR, MEAL, BACOX, SL'UAK, COFFEE. PLANTATION SUPPLIES. VAX FK J TS, FISH, WOODMXWARX, HARDWARE. TOB .U C 8. STAPLE DfiY UOODS, Ilouts and Kliors, CONFECTIONERIES. I The p n I.I ic are i n c stock and pin Nov. a, '87. ivited to call aud ai l 27 dissolution o( C.'o-l'artnet-ship. rilHK co-tiartt3rahlp Iwrwiufort ahtiaa bet wren I L M uoileralghee, under the name .mil tvle ,.f IV. IVOOII A CO.. la this d.i dleaolvrd hi mi.-v tu;il cotwent. All ueranna Indebted tl ue tvNI ple;ie call and eetlM Immediately and anj- perann liavinn nlajeje laialnat the Him will preaeM them Ui S. W. w I (vim is !.inf mthurleid tu uae the name of tbe flrni in llquiaatloa. S. W, WOOD. HM. NOUJCR. ... , V. St. WOOK. ( anion. Jannujr 13th, I MM, IjBK boughl ..ut bin iMtrtiwre, II. . Malic r anil M. wuud, hiiiI peatovva kla ! to th -tore nW John It. HrfuB, anittr tin- (Trriaaa UMoa will ooiitiniM tin- M : it CA vri 1. 1: in si x t: s s . Keeling ltjIi-iuI For nianj- pat lafim, lie liuam. hy cluee ituullcation t,i tHKIunn and iirlo. i merit a J.H1 '! nitiiiiiiitiot) ut Hit- aaat, 'I I S. W. WOOK. TO OWNERS I BUILDERS W. E. JOHNSON, ( rriBs n is birvigm s Palaler, OlaMer. Cr.nvas and Paper Hanger. GRAINING, MARBLIIfO, 4c, aaallr tie. eatad. Tbocn winking nrark rlune vKAri.r t J ' nt'HARi.v wi!! pltnna trivi- me a call. Refers to llnnnrn. Mnaaf A Kk-iiahp. W. K. JOUNaOK. Oct. 1?. 41 2m. FOUTZ C F I f BR a T 1 1 s Horse and Cattle Powders. Tliii prcjearfttio. )onK nd ffornhl kawwa, ak ill ttjar rsiiarlily rfiriTigoraa kSwSw n down aad hi -(intf-d ti'Ttn, tr atmitlirning and aaasaaUM t f ' ' U tun. inta H ! a r veaatva vi all dtt r iaet i ru i1. i.I (a thla anlBMt, inch Y KLbow M -TKH, II K A V Kf. tOL'iJ HH. MS. T KM PER. n. V ERS, rOL'KDCR UNM OV APPE TITE AND VITAL ENKKO Y, c Iu uae iaiaroTfi tha wind. Increaaf the Rppeilte -fivei FEVltlt, ULXhVLM. a nootb and aloii ikiu and tr tnr.'Tii the iK'-rable keIIoD Into a fin tnokin and n.irU-d horf r To keernTi of Cow Haw prcparaiimi ! fnTaluatle ll mcrcaara tbt naotit and laaBMatwl ihe quality rH.'Bjilk It haa len prorrn h ac lial experiaitnt t Incrwaaf th qc-e- litr r eailk Hud ' - n. tventj f r ce nt .-uid aiak tl.a butter Iraa and aaeet. Ia fatteaiaf awawS, it f lfr-a tiia an 'ii- ' toaama I ' aide, i 4 a.e.Lt-1 thaaa thhia arnch taster la all dK asn of Sa nir. ueh aa Couf ha, CWrv am the I ir.-i U e . tin- rtu-la, art aa iiN-riTl. y nuttinjr fr..m at.. ialf a paier-r -" f-aprr in a harrH f o, mhitrt 4iiriit-i will h rradirate m entirrljr rot'eted. If la t'ar a aTrjawa rrwnti,-t mmi rart fur tK-r H (Wrrm Pries 25 CeatJ per Paper, er s Papers far IX rRETAKXD PT w. a. rorr At into.. ST THaTia nunirvtLK pftit, 4a minNK tm. No. 116 Franklin St.. Baltimore, Kd. t hr rvritarai awd 9ur kcayrra Uirouks t tava laivtjj hiaua D. P FOI T Z, Far tale fa a v aaaai a BirHar Car.laa. Mira. It j - nr mf mt tf, tf