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CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1868. NO. 42 t c BY JOHN F. BOSWORTH. PUBLISHED WEEKLY OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE. TE RMS Fotir Dollars jkt annum. THE SOITII. Lruer from llm B. II. Hilt on Ihe Political Bjitiintiini of Ihc Noulhfrn Di'morrnK -Ilia Views sjl in i HC HI" H. J. HARRIS A SON 1 WILL BUV AND SELL ALL KINDS OF HILL & HARVEY, country produce, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, FRUITS, POULTRY, EGGS, ETC CANTON. Miss.! Office in Masonic Building, second floor, July 4-tf. . n. ai.NUI.KTON. W. V. OKOHOK. SINGLETON & GEORGE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CANTON, MISS OFFICE In Smith Building, North-went corner public square. March 2, 18ii7-tf Depot, No. IT Saiut Phillip Street. lHr We will attend specially to the purchase of al! kinds of Merchandise for our friends in the country. Addrraa Box 691, August 1 , Poalofllrr, NEW ORLEANS- If FRANKLIN SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS. Office : Brick building, north west corner Public euare. janlDtf K J- BOWERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CANTON, MISS., WILL practice in the Courts of Madison, Leu ke Attala, Holmes and Ysloo, tod in tho High Court of Errors and Appeals at Jackson. saT office South-west corner nf Square the Public over Cheatham's Auction House, Brown's New Building. pmliltf ST. JAMES I1QTFL. MAGAZINE STREET, Between Gravier and Natchez sts., NEW ORLEANS, LA. PBOPRIKTORHi JE. F. COKKFRL Feb. lG-ly. pd. To the Editor of the New York Times: I have read frequent allusions, in the Republican Press, to my visit North, but .your issue yesterday, in the leader concerning1 " Mr. Adams aim rue yoiumuia committee," relers tor itself and thereby destroys tli tomewitu statements to incorrect, equality of the Stab's, which is the and in a spirit so unexpectedly bit-1 V(!rv cornerstone of the Union. I ter, that 1 teel under obligations to tell von. on this basin the Union can alive, constitute the only remaining hope of dual disintegration of the Slates. My c'liel' objection to the Chicago platform is the tact that, in my opinion, it is the most unconsti tutional disunion document ever adopted in America, because it con cedes to tho Northern States what it denies to the Southern States the great right to regulate the franchise ask the insertion of this reply 1, I did not come North to make speeches. It is very difficult at the J. D, MUTTON, N. Orleans, La, V. A OHO. K. FKARN t.UCKXTT. LUCKETT A FEARIV, A APTTiasr J2"S &1 SLAW CANTON, HUSH. WILL practice In all the Courts of the Fifth Judicial District and in those held at Jack ton, Miss. Jan5'67-ly C. 0. 8HA0KLEFORD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE, Hnulh Hide of Public Square m-xl ilooi lo H. C. tloveirnn A Co. WILL practice iu the Courts of the Fiftli Judi slal District, in the Hiirli Court of Errors and Ap peals and the U. S. Circuit Courts. septa. W, BEN. CUNNINGHAM, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Canton, Miss.. WILL practice in all the Courts of the Fifth ,In ui a! district, and In the Federal Court., and the I, -1 Court of Brrors arid Appeals at Jackson. i .. 'i -,ular attention to cases In Bankruptcy. ftv Office in Stone House. juni ly. PRIIM11I & McMICKEW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jackson and Canton, Miss., WILL practice in all the Courts of tho 5th Judi iej Plstiiet, the High Orat of Brren ami A 'eels, "ml the Federal Contra at Jackson anil Ox- aid. They may be addressed by the firm name ither at Jackson or Canton. Octl-bC, yly R. L. MOORE, I L. W. THOMPSON, New Orleans. Madison Co., Miss, (In Commcjpdam.) BRITTON & MOORE COTTON FACTORS, AND General Commission Merchants, 71. No. 71 Carondelet, Street, 71. NEW ORLEANS, La. sxir Supplies, Bugging, Ac, furnished, and cash dvances made on Consignments. .At Mr. W. Dancy will pay the revenue tax on cotton consigned to Brltton A Moore. TOM nKNPEltBON, Late of Hcndersou, Terry 4 Co. 8AM UENDKKSON. TOM & SAM HENDERSON, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 190 Common Street New Orleans. Aug. 1, 1H67. 6m. accurately as I could these motives and sentiments. 1 have made no oiler of my services, as you intimate, to Democratic "committeemen," and tneretoro sucu oner, "has not been de pnicuouiiy aisregara these recon struction measures, it matters not I who may be elected and order to the contrary. We are begging for North ern emigrants and Northern capital. , We have the finest country on earth for both. But neither will come while these reconstruction measures remain, and we cannot blame them. I I would that a thousand such men j as Mr. Adams would go South. If tne northern people will not hear Southern speakers, South ern people are glad to hear Northern speakers who go with an honest de- inflame the negroes, but the truth and encourutre all on a disunion plattorm ot uueouul I races as does Mr. Adams. Abuse us States. I shall go home a," wiser" less and visit ns more, and there will neither the will to abuse, nor ; of distrust. masses were tne victims ot sucu uis i am assured Here DV many men trust and fear of the Southern peo- that Gen. Grant, as President, will pie as that they would deliberately , disregard the Chicago platform and vote the Soutl.ern States to lnequali- see to it that equal justice shall be ty in the Union and to social anarch v done the Southern States and people The people of the South are not I PBKTTT GOOD. struggling for a party, but for life. , They will be oomoelled. in defense any Incidents of an of social and Industrial existence, to character happened durinff the late war which have never lound tlie way never be maintained, except it may be " pinned together by bayonets. " I shall go home " mortified." not be South to learn the true feelings and cause Gen. Grant uay be elected, views of the Northern people, as I , but because, if elcctsH, be will be Audit impossible at the North to carried into office ou. ijflwild current , sire, not to learn the true feelings and views of of s"ti"!!l,li.it't;; ."lhiite. '.irn' to speak th me nouinnrn people, oo great an interest do 1 feel in the result of the pending contest, and so much will ! man, because, though often told, I soon be the character of this result depend j never before believed the Northern a feel in on tne motives and sentiments of the Northern voters who must deter mine it, that I deterimed, at my own instance and on my own expeii ses, to come North to ascertain, as state in Georgia, and in their internal affairs You commend the letter of Mr. Ad ams to the Colombia Committee. So do I. Sincothat letter was written. as you state, j(r. Adams has proceeded to the lined. 1 didjXoutle I crmmcml to vnur nnnsid- the Radicals are fKLIX WALXIR. W. 0. D. VAUOHT nstctans. Drs. HARVEY & DIVINE. OKFieB-Kotni siot Court suakx. i r . nivmn ONTIMJES to giv CH. C.lSKS. special attention to ell Kt-nni Aug B, tis. Drs. Srimucs A Euckctt, CANTON, MISS. HAVINO associated themselves in the practice of Medicine and Surgery, respectfully ofler htftr services to the public. DR. SEMMES having devoted twelve years espe Mliy to the study and practice of Obstetrics and Unease ot lemaiei ami ctntoren, nopes lor a nu oral patronage in that branch of his profession. aa-Offli e over Mosby, Richards & Co's. JeoW-lT here, that if 1 could get audiences of Republicans of old Whigs, with whom, in the days of Clay and Webster, I so cordially acted I would make speeches, lint these men seem to utter nothing but growls at my very appearance in a Northern climate. I have had many Invitations from Democrats to speak, but I have declined them. 2. I have not seen the statements to which you allude from the South ern press. If theyhave rejoiced at my visit to the North, and have an ticipated the results you mention, I have no doubt it was with no intent to exalt m personal powers as a speaker, but simply becausethe rep resentations made of my speeches to the Northern people they knew to be untrue, and that, if I made speeches here, tho Northern people won hi be enabled to know for themselves they were untrue. I have often seen my utterances at the South so changed, cut up, and differently put together here, as to represen t me before the Northern people as saying directly the reverse of what I did Say. It seems to be a system adopted It ire to keep the people of the two sec tions from understanding each other. that they may continue to hate each other. Language which I have em ployed at the South as applicable to men who were, antra owl in the Itvnn. s.iu auTouitea iuuuou wssos -lfl-l ..,.l. nf ssstaia. in WALKER A V AUGHT 'SUCCESSORS TO WALKER A SNIDER.i COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 43 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS Dec. 7. 6m J R. POWELL, COTTON FACTOR, AN P - C MMISSIO MBttC HANI Wo 190 Common st. MEW Oltl.EAN. I.ii. nave stated oration his speech at Greensboro, North Carolina, lie said : " Uo had learned more of the Southern people, their feelings, and their sentiments, during tho last two days than be could have learned during his lietimr vn Mauohutettt. lie was astonish ed at the condition of the Southern people. Ho was pleased to know of the amicable relations between the blacks and the whites, and that no animosity existed between them." Others far This is all true, iinil Ibis hannv state i hut we SO of things would exist everywhere In the South if the negro, naturally do cile, was not deluded and excited against tho whites by strangers and orislened to this house. Feb. Is. Mn ly. iW. J . ZUNTS, (Late Rborer .V Zunt.) COTTON FACTOR, No. 3'2 Perdido Street, corner Carondelet, June, 20 tf. New Orleans. Miscellaneous Cartrs. K. 9 ALLOW AT, M- T. A. H - CAOK. M.U Tirs. (i .iLLOWAY & CAGE, '.lis I BUNT PHYSICIANS, CANTON, Miss. OCIrw HniiOi-id of l-ul.llc Nqwar. October 86, i-':.1,. Iy. Dentists. DR. N. C. ORRICK, OrncxOvtR Mosby, Richards & Co.'s Druu stork, ALL DENTAL OPERATIONS DONE AT ARTE WAR PRICES-FOR CASH. Feb 8. 1S68-6. ly. R. Y. SEATER. MERCHANT TAILOR, and customers, and the public general , that he has removed from Sharon and get J T TOULD respectfully inform his old friends Tf ly , tha tied in Canton, where he will contiuus the Merchant Tailoring Business, in all its various branches. Havinpr an experience of nearly thirty years, he feels confident of bis abil ity to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage a liberal share of which be solicitu from the public. Having resided and carried on business in fibaron for many years, respectfully refers to the eitixens of that place and vicinity. Shop on West side Public Square one door NortbT J Richards Aug. 27. 1S65. BOOTS l DENTAL OPERATIONS Al old Price, Tor Casli. IN consequence of the scarcity of money, I have reduced the fees tor all dental operations. Hut all bill must be paid when the service is rendered Persona of limited means need not hesitate t call. No Chakor for examination and advice Chloroform and local aiwthesia (by means of tber Hpray.) used when desired The attention f the public is railed to the great Improvement in A R TIFICIA L TEKTU. They are durable, natural and life like in appear ance, wern with comfort, and much cheaper than '"itnerly. C. 8. KNAPP. January 4, 1866 2m. Jackson, Miss. Patent Metallic White Clothes Lines MS. DUN'N has opened a Boot and . Shoe shop in the old Stooa house, and is prepared to furnish FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, At (lie lowest cash prices. ALL orders dispatch. accept the policy ot reconstruction, with a known intent of repudiating it after accomplishing certain personal ends, and who were promoting hatred be tween the two races at the South, is uniformly reported at the jorth as applied to Union men. I denounced criminals and hypocrites, and straightway am reported as denounc ing good loyal Union men, It would be but natural if the Southern press, who know me, and the motives, temper and spirit of my humble utterances, should express gratification that the Northern peo ple should have an opportunity of hearing for themselves. 3. I shall return home "a morti fied if not a wiser man." Mortified only because I find in the North a bitter, systematic, adroit, and per sistent misrepresentation of the tem per, desires, and views of the South ern whites far exceeding my antici pations. I have stood in the tight, and been tho target of this kind of i get office. The reconstruction policy of Congress has bred these crea tares, and they will continue and In crease until these measures are aban doned. Yrou persist in saying the South em people will not accept the results of the war. Mr. Adams intimated in his letter that this belief was the trouble at the North. lie is lenrn iug the tiuth now. I commend to you his speech at Salisbury, North Carolina. " Among other things, he said the disposition of the North was kindly toward the South, hut they demand eil the concession on our part of al! the legitimate results of the war. He then asked OoLOowan and Gov. Vance, who were on the stand, to State explicitly if their people accep ted in good faith : First, the aboli tion of slavery forever; second, the overthrow of the doctrine of secession, third, the settlement and kindly wel come of Northern people here; fourth, the guaranteeing of all his just rights to the negro, and the cultiva tion of friendly relations with him and that afraid of him, ami vote for him only from necessity. Some tell me lie will bo better for the South than Mr. Seymour. This may till prove true. But he certainly stands on a wrong platform and is supported by wrong influences. The South has no animosity toward General Grant. She cares notbiup- for men. Hut the whites of the South never have, anil never will, because they never can, consent to the reconstruction measures, nor to me Lroveruments iornieu by tnem. ! To consent to these is to consent to her owti immolation and ruin. j away may not so believe, enow. If the Northern people are deter-1 mined to enforce these measures, and j in a spirit of distrust and fear, not j to say of hatred and malice, toward the Southern people, then secession has made good its case, and the Northern people are determined to write the judgment and pay the cost Yours, very truly, li. H. HILL, New Yoek, Oct. 0, 1808. into print, but which we too good to be lost. The following, we believe, has not heretofore met the public eye: ; Wash Petty, a noted bushwhacl. or, whilst foraging in southwest .Mi- SOUTi, with his followers, rode up to has none a farmhouse whose owner was known .seasoned to nave ample provisions tor man and beast, but whose politics were best known to himself. Petty and his mcu being dressed in federal uni forms, were mistaken by the farmer for " jayhawkers." He began to de clare most positively thai I e was a " Union man. God never made a better." Petty said "we are hunt ing your sort, we are rebel bush whackers." Whereupon the farmer changed his tactics and declared just as positively that he was a ' South ern man." ' Look here, old man.'' said l'etty, " you don't know to which sale we belong, and you must take one side or the other, and stick to it: really if von happen to take the wrong side we'll kill you." This staggered the iimiu considerably, but alter think ing a minute, he said: " Well i i said at the start I was a ("nion man, and I'll stick to it if it is a d d lie I" lie was left to enjoy his peculiar opinions without further molestation. - o - - Tin: Negbo and his Northern 1 Friends. The Chicago Standard, of October 1, which is the organ of t lie Baptists of the Northwestern States, and is o! course sufficiently Radical in its politics, says : We doubt seriously whether if has been for the interests of the colored race themselves to excite among them such expectations as they seem now to cherish, or to encouratre them From tile Henpbil Avuiunche, Oct. 17. We have good news for the friends if peace, tranquility and order. The guns intended to be placed in the hands of the negro to murder I the innocent, unarmed and defence less people of Arkansas have found a watery grae. instead of being used for the brutal purposes for which they were imported in our i midst, they are quietly reposing be neath the turbid Waves Of the Mis sissippi river, whose muddy waters will, we trust, hide them forever. Comer & Richardson used every effort In their power to expedite these weapons. They ' placed them upon the steamer Hesper. They were aided in their dirty work by several carpet naggers trotn Arkan- isas, who lurked about with smiling faces, while they were stealthily la boring to inaugurate a war of races. jliut these scoundrels have been frus trated in their brutal schemes. The Hesper steamed out as bright as the , beautiful star whose name she bears, but errands of wickedness are some times overtaken with disaster. Be fore the Hesper bad made twenty miles down the river, a platoon of armed creatures suddenly sprang on board ami die arms came to grief. wanare oeiore. ic was practiced oy , South. At first there were some many of the secessionists in 1800 : prejudices, uut now the people everv Thc people of the South will com-j where recognize the fact that the prebend my meaning when 1 say negro is a free citizen, and the good by the whites. The questions were I so radical and so immense as when answered emphatically in the affirm ative by those gentlemen, and rati fied by the entire audience, to whom the vote was put on each question. Great harmony and enthusiasm pre vailed. All the people expressed as tonishment ou hearing from Mr Ada ms the amount of misunderstand ing which exists in the Northern mind in regard to the real purposes and intentions of the Southern peo ple." Now, Sir, Col. Cowan and Gov. Vanoe answered truly and the peo ple responded in good faith. And this is the sentiment all over the so prominently, They were unceremoniously pitched into the river. No one knows who these mysterious beings it re that have exhibited so much antipathy to guns and blunderbuses. Some are of the opinion that they are mermaids rid ing uiion the back of a dolphin : others believe that they are augels of mercy who believe in Grant's motto, "Let us have peace." ami th.it they have destroyed them in he who was so recently a slave be-'order to prevent murder, and to give cotfes not only a voter, but a legisla-1 peace to the people of Arkansas, tor. There is reason in what they Still a larger portion of our peoph urge, that the colored people are, as believed that these guns were sent a body, wholly unprepared, in their I to Memphis by Radicals, to be de present condition, either to vote in-J st roved by Radicals, in order to tell igently or to make laws. We be-frighten the Northern people into lieve that they cany their veiws in the belief that another rebelli that direction to an extreme; but we bursted out in the South. in putting forward and at so early an hour, their claims to political equality. Whatever i may be true, abstractly, of theessen- j tial' equality of the white and black races, their actual equality, in their ' present condition, is what no one will ' assert. Nor was it to be expected j that the Southern people would be prepared at once to welcome a change i Question of Identity. A Cler- 'gyman Mistaken fur Brick J'omerow. amusing '.,,,. v,.. ..... .... ,7 iin, a'vh -At ui n VVaW7H LCI1B IMU IUI- lowing: It is not generally knowu that Mr. Pomeroy, the editor of the 't Crosse Vemoorit, and more lately of the Democrat in this city, is a young man of refined and elegant appearance, with a small white band, a broad forehead and slim shape. He neither drinks her smokes. .. d of the characteristics of a hardshell of the olden school, while a steady glance from a woman will make him blush to his ears. His disposition natural! throws him with those of a religiou, tendency, Clergymen tire common visitors at his office, and flud him reads to assist the objects they have in view. One of those who bad a bald head, and onVhom nature had most unjustly set the seal of the wine bibber, was seatetl in his oilier office writing, wiien a specimen of the fourth waul Democrat, more than three sheets in the wind, called to nav his respects to the kintr of the ' Copperheads. This fellow was shown Into the same room with the clergy man, and walking up behind tho latter, who was leaning oxer the desk deeply occupied, brought a huge dirty baud down upon his bald head so that the marks of his fingers were i.-ible for bonis, shouting " How tire you, Brick, old fellow ? I knowed you at once, 1 did. How i are you old cuss .' I knowed you by your bald head and our red nose. You tire one of our sort, you are. Give 'em Old Nick, them Republi can cusses ; you are the chap that can do that same, you are. I see it in your eye." Explanations were useless, and tho clergyman rushed into Mr.Pomeroy's private apartment lor protection, with the marks of the strong admi ration of his friend still upon him, - o - - Changes in Niagara. The Falls Receding. From an old resi dent of the village I learn seeral facts of interest regarding the falls. Within the recollection f uy in formant the cataract has receded thirty-five or forty feet in places, and tally ten feet in the average, 'these changes are more noticeable on tho Cauada side, the centre of the 1 lorse shoe Fall having receded perceptibly within the past five veais. This fact, in connection with the forma itiou and geneia! appearance of the walls of rock on each side of tho lover level of the river, shows that the tails must have originally been much lower down. It is an Indian traditiou that in former times thore was but one fall extending across the river below the point now spanned by the lower bridge, and the story is credited by theold residents of the town The pressure of ice trom Lake Erie, carried down the upper rapids with terrible velocity, detach es many large rocks each winter, while others are loosened, and occa sionally drop during the spring anil summer. I was fortunate enough to witness the fall of a huge boulder on the evening of August 28, while looking at the Horseshoe, by n light, from the balcony of Terri Tower. It started apparently i. .tit fifty feet from tie edge of the tall, ami an equal distance from the foot of the tower. My attention was nt traoted by seeing it rise about four believe that a negro, like a white I man, is not to be held competent for I the right exercise of all the rights of citizenship, simply because he is Wr mora. So we believe, that upon the other side, as well, extreme views I have been held and measures adopt ted which, in their earliest operation, may be erode, and even dangerous The emancipation of lour millions of colored people in the South afford- that the plan of misrepresentation is I of the whites and the peace ot socie e'1 the g""des' possible opportunity a bold ami paltry sabtei 1 fail ill its object, for if the " r were not for peace, they would have I preserved and secreted these weap ous imported in our midst by Kadi cals, tor hellish purposes. We know not. and care not, who it was that destroyed these weapons ; but we do know that the party deseivos the1 everlasting thadksof the people that they were intended to shoot anil murder. practiced bere with a shrewdness, a persisten:e, and in a manner to ex cite distrust and sectional hate to an extent unknown in the South in the most intemperate days of secession. The very same means which were employed in 1800 at the South to in duce that people to leave the Union, . . . ,1 ... ... l ... h... v . ,:. ...:.l. executed with neatness and uv eHiwijni at mn nuna, tin Dec7 It i more skiii ami less candor, to keep them trom commgback to the union. The South did have cause of coin plaint agaiust tho North, for their Internal affairs had been persistently intermeddled with. Rut the South does not now, and never has desired to intermeddle with the Internal affairs of the North. The South to the North what the the right BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE OMPANT, OF NEW YORK. rights id citizenship, as would have prepared the way for a thorough cor rection of existing evils. We tea: that considerations of party interest, and ihe wish to use the colored popu lation of the South for certain ends, have led to legislation w hich, how ever we might wish the country, and especially the South, were prepared lor it, nevertheless is premature, crude, and likely to euibanass it owu ends. Having lieen appointed agent of the above named company, I would inform the public that I am prepared to receive aod do solicit appllcatioua for Insurance in the same, either for a period of years concedes The Brooklyn is a reliable iMMsitloa, snd oir.-ra I North denies to the South many advantages to its patrons. We will men tion some. 1st. The total removal of all restrictions on travel t. ll ho. ,nr.l l,- iTinL-inrr 1.;,., lor the application, ar icasi in tiegiee ,.'n ...li.cro.1 eon.1 eitizpn if it rJTvvw. ot sucli principles in this great ques ' sible. But'it is not possible under I Hon of political suffrage and the other tho reconstruction measures. It is I not possible with the fifegro ' in the hands of earpet bassTers and low whites, and while still ignorant, hav-1 ing his mind inflated with ideas of political power, and his heart fil'ed with hatred to tne white race. There fore, we say, take away the recon struction measures and their brood of evil doers, and amicable relations' will universally prevail as Mr, Adams saw them at Salisbury. l have often said, and bow repeat , I and beg you to note, that the South has never rejected any proposition of settlement, or of restoration, or of reconstruction, whether proposed by is v,1 evident that ui ivguiaic iiin iruiicuisc, eacn mate tlie army, or Dy the rresnlent. or hy for itself. You speak of me as a nnnrrr arnant such ns were not m o1' undersigned, agent of the American Wire JL Company l New York, would beg leave to call iitttuiion ot me nuuseaeepers 01 aiadison n(l -...jaw. . "wiltl Southern evli-eni st " A tint it ...It- .t .i,;.i, .,,1,1 . y to their Patent Metallic Clothee Line, 2nd. A loan of one third of the Premium. This 1 : OTtrBmUt t MV n-hnl,, 'lift, S .li ' . A - . wn Iwa been lound to be the only article suite-1 Mn , not deducted from the Policy after two an-1 1Cal estrenilst I MJ Whole lite Is ill- Ililve dishonored the Smith, and not bie for a cloti.es line, except the old fashioned nutl Mojajaaa have been pa'd. ! rectly the contrary. I defy Mill to benefited the Not th nor strengthen ZrSVZTZC ?TS3mL2 1 f 2!12. El".":r"re af,cr two fu" i . in my utterances against the 0(, . Union. The first thing re- - jnd by being obliged to put it up and take j Jtb. 'Dividends paid annually in cash after the reconstruction measures, a Single jeetd bv theS.mth was the proposed i sentiment 01 nostiiuy 10 tne i nion Amendment Fourteen. She reject Willi t... time used. I ...,,,.,1 .... lute you have none or tnose annovan- ,. v rh..rB for Pniic .tmn or medical ex- anil .h.n it i. nnt iin it irivna nn rftnrp J , tr Prict, 3J ctntt per foot. piecimena can be seen at the Drug store of eeby & Richarda. J'.v 1 R. II. 60DLD. Agent. Pr. A. II. FORI, Agent Brooklyn Life Insurance Co., N, Y A. H. Cage, Medical Examiner, Canton. Hlsa. SIDflAY, tw. D f ANUFACTUHER ! Texas Saddles UX ll irnesa. Plow Bridies and Breech Ing, and dealer In LaUTHF.R AND SHOR FIN INOR. FRENCH ANI DOMKSTIO CALF SKINS. SOLE LtATHER, AND SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS EVERGREEN NURSERIES. ed this solely because it disfranchiseil nearly all the best men in the South, including life long Union men Ivefore the war. If Congress had submit ted Ihe other propositions separately, and as a finalitv. thev would have ,or the Constitution, or of unkind inesstothe negro. Directly the re ; verse pervades everything I ever wrote, spoke, or felt, and any report to the contiary is false. I declare now that one of my -.M lilf il i 1 1 it t ISMta tit tli it i.i.oii .stin.t i ...i.l Cl.o ., , . . , t m 4-1. . 1 . milK Proprietors of these NTRSEfllES take ""J TV. " . ." ie-ii .icirptf.i. ! L pleasure in announcing to ibeir friends and noil measures is mat tliey violate sequent reconstruction plan Seesaw the public that now is the time to plant out the Con8tUtiotl. and I do DPisonall V l.n taaannai lien under It. Wp nros- know that some of the worst origin- psrsd after emancipation until this I raised FRUIT TREES of the moat approved al disunionists at the South are sup ,,ln was forced on the South by the ivarjetiea.andat the lowest price., ntacuii. irortiug those measures bocanse they baroSMC. Since that time lands have I r.i.ir.-... fn...hi ...i.. to .nniicmt. belle ve that the disunion tliCTCOH- l.n Ktemltlv ileelllltnp- in lirtee. d:s i oak nVtUSZ 7 nlrtS For futth" jrtKnn r-o l,im,C' aml ,De sectional bitterness trlt is constantly increasing and KU uaikor. at Mm that win sosur. .tsm saving f,bl . ' tauiutei, Mie. and alieuatiou they breed aud Step j riots atd on tragic an multip'.wng. Aaf . 11-4& PlANCHKTTK. Tho Freeman's Journal comes out hard upon the deviltries of Flam hette. It says this plain li- ette i but a new phase ot tlie table- tipping rascality that it is fraud, ex cept here diabolic, aud diabolic where not humbug. It is most dan geroits to meddle with what are call ed the obsciiie powers of nature. It is seldom any one doe so without damage to body, or mind, or soul generally the damage extends to all three. We earnestly advise and entreat all our 1 1 tends nnd readers, whelher Catholic oi not, to let alone table tipping. Spirit mediums, planehcttr and ail olhi r silly deiltries. by which the lo.; angels eek to fool and ierplex the human race. These are lying wonders, but yet there is d, vll-work in some of them. They are part lie, part wonder ' The woit der part comes from the devil, cer tainly, and as to the lies, the devil is the Lather of all of them. Aliens and the CONFEDERACY. Suit Against an Mx-Gottmor . " A subject of her Britannic Majes ty " gives notice to eX-GoV, Frown through the Savannah papers, that at the next term of the United States Ooatl he will comn toe suit against the ax Governor for damages to tho amount of five thousand dollars His complaint is that Gov. Frown, during the war. ordered aliens either to leave the Slate forever or take up arms and repair to Atlanta within ten days, and that he was thereby compelled to "'sever his business and domestic l elations on short notice whereby he sustained the complained of. We hope this fellow may get u old Joe" for the whole of the live thous and. He deserves to lose three times that much for his aposiacy to his i ouutry. feet above the foam, a id as it lifted irrent of water muring UO it then turned partly over ippeared. Five or six raiu lilea utter it was again visible on the edge pf the fall, turning slowly as before. Here it was stopped for several .seconds, as it lodged against another rock more firmly Imbedded, but leaned gradually to the left, and finally dropped. The tall of the greater part of raoie ttoCK some years ago is also an evidence of the gradual change that is going on in the topography of the falls The Cave of the Winds and all paths leading under the Tails are pronounced unsafe by those who are well acquainted with the locali ty ; and each season they become more hazardous, as the rocks that nave hung suspended so long must eventually giv waj to the pressure of Water from above. Corre'on l( aoi N I'- York I'osi. Radh Ai. Tactics. The New Or leans PtMet gives the following as a fair specimon ol the tactics of the Radical party. It .says: The Radicals this year have been fertile ot schemes intended to intiu- damage enoe the October elections. Among others was the circulation of a lying dispatch stating that thief Justice Chase i ad declared in favor of Grant, while another consisted in the will ful prevai ication and TTif hholding of oflicial elect kWI returns. The major ity in Maiue, it is now aseeitao'etl, is less than lli.tHKl, instead of nrsC L'O.ikio as gcnerallv reimrted. One QP Josh Rollings has been experi- ItlistiieT of Aristook wa reortod to mooting with pills, and certifies 1 have given a Radical majority of as lollows : " I never hav used ennvjeight I. imired. which went Demo ov "Doctor Finanilers Li VST CaaBSOI- CTAtiC by about SM hundred mann ing and Kidnev Fiicoiiragmg Fills," ity. No doubt similar attmipti. will mid therefore liant tell yu how inrln be made to manipulate the returns enslia thev am. bnt ef Von are look of the late elections iu order to iu ing after a pill az iiiihl az a pet lamb ihienoe the Fresidcutial contest and as searching ns a tine toothed , We ci uot be i h guarded iu aecept eoMib, h Doctor Kingboue's Silent ing mere tch gLiphic information as lVrambuiator, 27 in a box. sold byiarealry all respectful dniggers. Theze pills don't pbool round bnt attend strict CP" The . u .it ocr.tTv of happiness, h tew bizzness, and are ez good in i is someth: sg to hope for. ami some t he dead of night az an ajajfa clock.") ihmg to love.