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am tin lias Hp h Smrridnt Citetn. 0 -f 0 JrtdEJR KI.Y. MY JOHN V, UOUWORTHi EDIT02 AND PROPRIETOR. CANTON, MISS. out, urn wa net retiovntiou 1 1 1 mires. We 1 oignnixation till' Si:itr, I v llie.se UUXiUlU'i 1 1 v S.VTUKOAY. OCT. 21, j K to ttic 1 1' .Stem an in every .oiinly in unil tliroujh which luuiru agrUiul success m:iy be WO liiivt) holler 'ions eliamte to for behind flic lo III test ft it llei.'ll 11 to EAR MEETiNG. oiii i it v BEnoLtnriMf, ill. in v, NATiON'AL DEMiRATII T I C K E T ! r o n PRESIDE T OF THE UNITED STATES: utUMi MM) stuok II beir annual lairs, v. it of honorable biui i it ion in ag licultmi s is prei isel y I he ki i' neeil to gfi?d ad cs to exertion, I. el ' the ruwanl ut (ael i He pKiii :-r area It'll llll lotion ! piodi id at s litiotia in a til he will ji'ieui tlieii I inns IK I branch F. The emula- of ASSO- e have At a meeting of the members Qf the t- niton Bar and Otfloers of the (.'oiirr, lo take some action in relation to the dsrtth of Jiul.,'o A. p, Hill, Mr. John Handy wm called to the eiiair, ami m a tow appropriate re mark ei, iinoouiieed the object of the meeting, the death of Jadge Una., briefly reviewing his career at the ' bar, his ability as a lawyer, the gen erosjtv of his nature, and the consol lug but sad scenes of Ids death. bed, 1 0 tion ofCapt. Franklin Smith, a eonimittee of Qve was appointed to MraC! rcBOlHtipUS, expressive of the . rL'at sorrow at the death of oar friend ami brother, and our heart-felt sympathy with his afflicted family in Ihis, flftir hour of trial and bereave metife. The chair appointed the fob lowing committee : Oapt Franklin: .Smith. Col. (). U. Singleton, Gen'l. ! TEL ! Oi R A S1 II I C . NEY YORK. Xi:u V(kk, October 21. The Sun New lurk Biitratred in nnrelmishi and shipping arms to the, Southern Slates. One of them is from Texas, another from Georgia, two from S. Carolina, and two or three others from Louisiana. Alabama and Ten ncssee. The nrins purchased are mostly revolvers and repeating or breach-loading rifles. All muzzle- the disfranchisement of the whites, which was more extensive than he ; had any idea of, and if the people of the JJoitli could sec I ho condition of the South as he has, reconstruct ion would soon go to the wall. The iik- gro race ruled the South despotieal j Ij i but thai COllId not last f!ri. nil,,., ! says several llldividlials are SOW in ! the Minnie were nrooetlv- uumwl...! ' to on that question, Hie North would never submit that ten of our best I States should be jrovenied bv an 1 iguoraut and semi-barbarous race. On the subject, of the Presidency, he. said it was too late to change the candidate's; and such a movement the interests of J)e never believed that JOS. W. LUdKETT, -DEALER IX B TAP feat BEY CrOO T EADY-fADE CLOTHINO, CALICOES, DOMESTICS, &c, 11 STONE -WAKE, WAUL. loading ntles nio discarded, and purchasers are understood to prefer short, barrels to long ones. Ten thousand revolvers were sent. South in one consignment three weeks ago, and shipments of 12,000, l.l'OO and olio are frequent. The Charleston steamer last week took a dozen eases of hardware, which was really a lot ot brertch-loadi;i rifles designed for private parties in that city. Cue dealer in fife' tirms admits that he have caviied the anil certainly not would daniag mocracy. J I or. nase could day against Oraot, now: iu;i' was he I hono-lit- .era 1 1 able man in the lield. even if time were atfiu ded. 71e eondenuifd the platform ot ihe lemocracv more Ihnn flic candidates, and thought I he only sains upon wnicn rney should nave i gone before the )ieople was recon struction. He eousidered it unfavor- j able tjiat such men as Wade Hamp ton, Forrest, and men like them, ever I participated in the campaign. He had the best hones tlin neaee. would He ll ATS and CAPS, HARDWARE, HiAn irnnBO n ri-UU ti u iir AT? K . ami TVfW ill GROCERIES. stiff i a to nrittwv.i? HAT.T MOT, A fisiis pfiRK RAHON'. L A Ml) U VV" JVIV, ' ' 1 1 M. J a . "11W iiivi;iinMUU) -", --" - - - J TLA, CANDLES, CHEESE. STAUCH, I'El'I'EK, SOAP, FLiJl of the lu st ui.-AMis. Nrcu SIKJAIi CIHJED IIAMS. AVill buy. shin advance on COI TON, and will store Cotton FREE of CHARGE lor our CU tomei'S. hast Sale Court Swutre, Canton, Mm. Oct. 17, '08 -(Jul; J. IV. LUCKETT. iv'. mv Tin jjl or saw 1 V I. SEYMOUR JfOEE. 1 ' I s IllnT'i' HVllit. tin in h.. nun lill ..f j.los. K Davis, Capt George K. Fearn present, but Wesses n, t to know ; ami . oi. s. ss. Lailioon. I wnere tne ipons he sells are going. I be restored, and the question of eo,nn,itto n,. .;,iiA J I .of . "! " gro (lominatioq and conseqmmt ruin ' """""m. m iiii1 i islolH'! oninlili.i n -iOhi ar rim Ni.nl . ... ......... I .! .- .11 1 ..r retired At,,,. I ('....- T . i-.... i ... , . ,. . r "vnuuii .loiies. m mc aoum, tri' ions we won it lie 1 1 1 11 r uiidei 1 he Democratic National Commit- I the Constii ufion as if, was As n tee has issued a stirring address. It. reviews at length the evils brought After the r o G VICE-PBESMKT CF DIUTEfl STJ FRANC or The re, in the tilt i treat S P. BL MISSOUltl. f the Stat Col O. -A. .uckett, Col. C. C. Shackle fold, Mi. T. C. Tupper and Jlaj, tlcnry S. Foote, paid feeling and eloquent tributes to the memory of Judge Hill illustrating the generos ity, forbearance and great ability of Judge Ilii.L by many acts ot his pro tessional life, his cool and intrepid courage under lire us a soldier at the battle ol Manassas, and his patriotic : devotion io the Lost Cause," which he so ardently espoused, and for the success of which ho had noblv fought , gards his own chances as Governor of Massachusetts is said his nonli near. By this time, says onr inform ! ant, more than a hundred negroes had assembled, armed with guns, i pistglSj axes, clubs, etc The negroes I then proceeded to lillc G.'s pqtekefs, and took from him four hundred dol lars. Drs Ya nee then came up and i prevailed on them to release GK from I li is chains, but they still held hiln in j custody, saying the white men had i had their day, aud they intended to ! have i theirs. Monday morning, (the next day,) some twenty citizens of Lossicr parish about an hour before day charged on the negroes with double-barrel llinn fh ennntrv lo- II,,. .rit..l liahlnn. nun mn I,,...,f t "Oil OIC-Oil ITCI gllllS, 1'OUtlUg lllelll and urges the Consorvalives to push' , him than anything else, and that he nd ttni Vr- (l- iinmediulely their cause with greater earnestness i had no idea of being elected. ffif t0 lns bm, aPl te ,iuty, in order to save H.n mnnln- Tim I c , r. .... ... mi., f s posse 01 fits Il'lelKlS ami rettirn- .. . I co iu me scene 01 ac s jcegisier w as :tion lo recover Fh ankt.in. tik.. oiMmun Atnillna lll.... I o I i ..,'.. . . . , ... . imui.w wnvirai,n , .j,, e , mii en iu e . 1 1 a . a 1 1 a s 1 1 e 1 1 s l e r was :,- :t-, .- , . n,.r wa .....II eve,',.' w.ii. tn i.-.!,. i ..i . , i.- M 1 possioie HIS IllOIICy a 11(1 t CII pt 11 it .... i.' h, ..',.... l.. ...in ' .: . .. , " r" tlic ollendiii ..... in...., . iic ..m.f.i.- .u oM- i nes, i no press aesiroveu ami in their majesty and night they can ; scattered over the streets. The save their institutions and rebuild I negroes, lie reached nhleo a 111 i I.. I,f,,,.,. .1. .,!;,,., editor T.,c,i,.,- i ......'i .T;.. .uwh( ,,,,, .iii.i. ..iiii i .ij.i .j: ... i uai - 'me flie Mill ARRIVAL! - Grand Opening! GREAT'DISPLAY OF NEW GOODS For the Fall and Winlei of 18G8-9, nia, Ohio and Indiana, is f convince every mind no guine.that the South has : expect from the present Congress,! U the shape of fl partial legishu on. In ail ty Grant and Colfax will on the 3d ol November Ei will be fastened upon th for the next four years, am mies of the South will hold nival in the halls Of Congrc period. The hatred, the malign malice and vindictiveness o ty of the Northern peopli people of the South is peased ; we have not yet si atoned tor onr ai tempt at ! encc wo have no! sufflci pent-d us of our -mi belli, we must be further puuishci The fond hope we had im being "redeemed, regmieri disenthralled" fn ta Kadica lug thus dash a . .. J;" gro people must leaiti tu bear the ills they cannot avert, i out their sa'.va; l. ,.; Political recoa tion inn and honorai. a us being we must im .. attentioi beud all on- ei i I I ;-, that '-God btflps those themselves ''we'uin it putou H.-. tO tbe wheel. I IU' hill!,1 plow, and, ui'h stout h-art proi l in, it m nte, agr t ti as in tl best i'd ti (o til e mil kuo th -tie 1 and council. committee on resolutions re. I and reported the following ions through their chairman, 'rank! in Smith : ion s, Wa have heard with 'id sorrow of the death of our :' i I hrol her, Hon. A. I'. Hit t een so long associated with oraotice of our nroteuei,.., herens, we are all desirous of honor to the memory of one uniform dignity and courtesy in tier all circumstances; whose worth I character, learning and virtue during a long ami distinguished career as a member of the Canton Bur, have endeared him tons all, and j whereas, onr hearts are oppressed with th reflection that we arc no more to have him if h us; lkereforet absolved Unanimoutlv, lhatwe sympathise most sincerely m the loss which this liar and com munity liave sustaii ed in Hi them. So much in the last lour years has been accomplished aud so much in the next four years may easily be accomplish d no obstacle : remaining that the structure of our I government will have been complele j ly remodeled, ft mny bo a govern ment, stiii it win no mnger oe a rep i into execution resentative sell-government. To Ihe are perfectly quit uuai struggle, men, leiiow-uem-: as We have been a i e lo aseerta ti ocratsofthe United States, let us I Atlanta, Oct. 20. Gov. Bullock invigorate every muscle and nerve issues the following proclamations every heart. I he, time is short, the Whereas, It is reported by reliable ioe is smoonrn ami desperate, uur citizeus from aud printer left for -New Orleans this ; t. u (1 Tws ll0m Si inorniiig onboard Fee, ess. Vance's place, lie Ihe citizens of I'rnuKlm and the 1 10nev, and released mii i ouiiiiiiig coiinrry are aoiug uu in their power lo preserve order. The negroes have made some very hold (hieats, but they have not as yet made any attempt to cairv them Jl' town and parish ;(ire the eroW lUtet at present, so far also kilIed ,u.re bv c 1 victory would be the death blow to fhe Republican party. It could have been held together by no other nom ination. It cannot, survive your success. One vietorv is enough. in November will dt tenn un- 'nth ot onrdeceased biuthei', i". Hill. , l'h, it we condole with ed family in die irreparable ch they have been call Diviiio Providence to en trust that the good God ei- the wind to the shorn our triumph finally re-establish the Union and the j zens from i uusciiuwon lor anotner generation i t berelore. . bv v rkn of Hin oiitJhnrl of men. It will restore peace and j ty ii, me vested by th,. 7th section good order to the South, prosperity of the edde of Georgia, do hereby to the Iffort.h, and a wise and frugal , suspend the collection oi all fall taxes rule to both. The groat prizes are j until l he next, regular session of the worthy your most strenuous endeav- General Assembly of this State, ors. Our ranks are unbroken, our The Comptroller General will forth courage uuaaated. Once more to with give notice to the Exeeutors ot e several counties. V 1.SHINOTON, Oct 30 iiuiy urove ami did not get his ill the negroes but four, who, from facts, were re garued as leaders. While they were ui re on uicir captives one ot t.. s men, through mistake, killed a n pro, who he thought was about to a. Another was one of G.'s men. 1 who recognized him as one of those who had specially abused and beaten 1 . in the tlrst encounter on Sumhiv ma.oie The four nee-roes held livfV Qf-fmnY. many counties, that ,i ..,i. V i.. ;.. ,. . ' .i iu ...Li. r.r. ,iiie. wucu one ; was killed, the other three mnkjiacr in- i . ... . .... - - (Tftti ti rail. '.'I., . .'...... .... constitution of 1863. "IT" v"." .STiT. , . mil i' 1 1 1 1 1. ft. . ..nil ,... ,...i.. .i b ...u r-.iei iv uitve uhu very una ,., iu ..(". lie provisions of' ihe present constitu tion, ana thereby exclude many eiti- e privilege of f ranchise ; preparations are being made to col- icci onerous taxes, levied under thority of ihe the mo, soil di me au in m oh k World nlidates rd bear r board, Giat we will, in a body, ;el her with the officers of the Court, coed to the late residence of the 'eased, and attend in procession, s afternoon, with the remains of ' deceased friend tu Ihe place of eroient iu the city. ?",.. 7. That we Mill wear the ml i .(.: of mourning for thirty letolved, 'l'h, it these proceedings signed by the Chairman and Sec iry, Rbd a copy thereof furnished family of the deceased, and pub ed iu the Jackson CZarto,and the '' ei s ef ( liinton, and that a ( ' lee of Ihiee be appointed by the i ii ..my this resolution into I Afa Bepublioau meeting last even ing Hon. Mr. Brewster, of Pennsyl vunia, said that. General Grant re cently addressed a friend in these words: "This much I wish, and I. declare this to be my policy, chat saoh a degree of peace and tran quility shall exisi in this country that a man may speak his mind in any part of our great land, and that without fear and molestation." the- aesoivcu, mat a copy of ' euiujfs oe presented in opi u "lilt at ihe next meeting of the ut, b.v the Chairman nl etiug,withthe request that the ' e spread upon the minutes of J.A i'i: NEWS, What the New York World news- uu ( reading and adoption of is a lido a.iu . 'I'll paper says : X;:v SfOBK, Oct. 1!). The World says a party cannot subsist upon vaporing and make believe. Un. , i less we can change the aspect of onr efthrniM wp wl.-.'l 1,,.,-n .. solutions. Col. O. R. Simd.-t,,,. i x-.- i IV ''. " " I u i.w.oB.wi .n IUB mui& WQICI1 D&fl Smith, OoL S. S. Calhoon, ! overtaken us in the preliminary con ih li. Davis, .Air. Charles ! ,('sr- I(' "nybody tells the people bld 'e M. M. Cooner lul"a looK wwl M tll.-.V now L stailli. f iat lllttl.oi.r w ii,. , mhU ' ' " "' " ' " -. "..'I... I III I . r be done would better them, lie is in I the first ease, dishonest, and in the I second, infirikon. Gov. Seymour' now can ailjis much, but Gen'. Iilairj can aid us far more and i:i a dill'eient 1 II! i:. c characters. On Wednesday morning I two of the men w ho had assisted in I releasing G. in the iirst insiance, t were met by some negroes and mur dered by them. About this time G-, with his friends, started on their re turn to Arkansas, but the citizens of the vicinity, a termed by the threats of negroes, prevailed upon him to remain until they could get in force top elect themselves. In the mean time. Dr. Vance was shot by a negro on nisown place, ami Had tOj lice to save his lite. Hlg wound was slbdit j Also, another gentleman was tired 'upon by a party of negroes as he was coming from his home into the hot- I KHU, one .ball taking effect iu liM ; hand and auothcr in the neck of his horse. j During Wednesday, most of ihe I negroes lefl Ihe plantations III the 'Vicinity. This ciieiinistance excited suspici mid about two hundred citizens of Bossier parish, w ith Sir. Q. and his friends, stalled out in pursuit of them, tlrluMng thej were ; preparing lor another attack ' They soon met with three companies of Federal troops from Shreveport, "iiii qnlte a number of citizens, who were scouring Ihe bottom lor the purpose vMidereslii.ialo the capacity for mis- , "'g "'' negroes, Several biefi It is astonishing that anybody 2K!J!Ltn'l 8,, ll"n"r ih, ,,lri-V-W haw; believed that tlm D,i ul"",m 0 ,n"k8 eir es ...- noon oruei'eii 10 surremler. j The last accounts report ihe ne groes lodged in a bend of Ihe river i about six hundred strong, and forti tied. The Federal troops and citi zens had surrounded them with a view of capturing them or starving lliem out. Great excitement ami feeling of insecurity, says oar informant, pre vails in tlie vicinity of Shady Grove, and iu the city of Shreveport. Up to last accounts it was supposed Hint about thirty negroes had been Killed, but the number is not defi nitely known. toe nrcacli, ami this time to victory r , ,, .. . 1 iieacuer reports srnre mat it is Washington. Oct 30 The nres raining uf all paints. Winds easterly, ure lor a partial change ol candi Ihe thermometer ranges from 40" dates continues, ami rather gains ,0:";I,"-I tr C, strength; troth the New York World II. L. Meade, lunnture dealer, and ihe Washington Intelligencer blew his bend nearly off wil h a pis- persist in urging tue change. To tol last evening, in presence' of his I day's H'orWsHVS! family, aud while under the influence- ' li was our wish (hen, as it is oui of liquor. dettumiuatioti now, that the views The election ol' Covode, in Penn- of Governor Seymour, mid not those s Ivania. is still in doubt. The con- attributed bv the Iiepoliiicatia lo fen nee judges iu his district divided i Gm Clair should be regarded as the on ihe question, and two certificates ' oasis of the oompaign on the Detuo were lit. to the Governor: one de- j cratie side 'fens of thousands oi claring Covode elected by 323 ma- eredulous citizens who incline to iority and the other declaring Foster wards the Democratic oaitv. have. eieeieii oy at nuioril rousinntlr receiving iniieiiKP additions lo our ulromly iawe block of OOOOS, wlii.-U we will sell on r.s riaasoabn term-, mid m cheap tis any of our worthy comrxoitoni in Canton. We hive now in n'.ore a fiae assort. lueiil o LADIES DRESS GOODS, Ooniisiinff in PHrt of SILKS. MKKIN0K3, POPLINS, EMPRESS OLOTJis UltEN AUlN'K.-i,: 1.US I'KKS, ' AI.fAOCA,-' &c. c. ALSO, A larjji, aMorUaut of be aaiiieo iu rno Kci.il i lean ranks by the i-aw held and bloody hones of another clrlj mmt. The absurdity of this bug-bear led us to WBlTB 0001)3, Kit I Li, : ' in, CORSETS, NOTIONS, And the lal tasartnx nt ol TOILET SOAl'9, COLOOVfs EXTRA UTS, PiM-ADBS HAIR OIL, ic, in the city. In CLOTHS, CAS3!MERi;8 PURNISUING HOODS, OLOTHINO, CAP " 1 'S. UOOTs ,t 81IOE8, OKOCKERV, Jk.- , we c.i in. i ! Uriiiej. W would also rup.'ctf.'.lly ask a: au ioa Grccory Depar!mcn!, Wiiore we hvc an etailesa quantify of OOFKEB, SUGAR, FJ.01TR, l.AlilJ, .PORK. Baods. Mfr.As!SK3, ALSO. cratie party meant todispOjW of the i negro Legislature by the Federal army, but ii ism.t ail surprising that j those, who did so believe, should vote against us. As it was Imprudent expressions of Gen. Blair ihat gave color to the foolish fear, his with drawal is the shortest way to correct he misapprehension.'" . 'LET US II A VI? I'EYCE." John Brown'. S.iul Slill ttsrlc On The Mar of Baoaa near .shreveuort. ikon-, R.'i';:, lliO.N TIES, aud BAUOINO, TWIHB, We roapceifulll aik our frlaudi IstDina uu'' i ock . sy I 11 IS HIOUKST PR1CI FOR DOTTOIT. O Call ill MAflKET li ell S it in lit; l earn and ('apt. addressed the meet r giving some lii tie the Krofessional life of r., illuslrative of hischar lallj his universal cour 'bearttnee, his encourage yoang praqtitionew, ami I -i n t i meat rhicfa sla avs 1 him as a lawyer ami a Twenty or Thirty ,'igroes Hilled Two M'hitfll Ii.il led und Two Mound-td. Six Hundred Nesroes I ndi r Arms Bad I'o rtifiai Tha End Not Vet. wa t bv Variou ehivalric action superior I liahed on of Col. Singleton, Ot six was appointed I i.l.UI'O g.' l a; tin.. . we. i and whit .pape t; leaders i. raev DISS Lo ut. i ,ucli Un. d all tl in n"it .; Barry 0 r Ucudc. a to ai :e of the remains of Judge a el BOt as pall -bearers, of he chairman of the meeting, n Handy, was to be one. The 'pointed the folh wing eom C.ipt. Franklin Smith, (leti. Il ivis, CapC (ien. I. I'earn, I. IC. ooper, Col. I) H. ,Sin- i Mr. John llandv. hair appointed the following ee. Col M. r..M"Micken, Col. tt, Maj I! J. Sciuines, to py of thp resolutions to of Judge BtlX, and to ics ter paltUcatHM to the Canton Mail and all ehnjaen Interview v iih Mr I'tk a, O i J!l. took place Saturday Seymour am! ( ertaiu inembers of the Null. ,a. d Deiiiii. iatic Kxecutive 'om miflee, in lelatkn to aome lmnortitnl adopted iu (tie pres IFroi Sit J! s accouBta In ut the Seymour : -.V conference net ween uov, Preid :., liid Avali.ni-h. ive been pub- terrible collision of whiles and blacks iu liossier parish, l.a., a few weeks ago. The most cir cumstantial description comes to us in the Camden (Aik.) tirmocrat of the 10th instant. From a reliable gentleman, and a citizen of 'ol nmbia county, Ark ail ing ihe conference : 8a e 1"'" following which was in lldeil to the sugges-1 related to him by parties from the e quarters as to a cbanite ; scene ol act ion : ill .. llcKet. lie said essrs. tu. i.ioson, neiirv I onn. l men a eui en C.itv. lions i in ihe any el Kllould he was and it other i The ( change any of tlwui 5 that in their judgment I Shady drove Louisiana. In reply nothing coord be .so iiijiiri.uis to the some reinaik of Cibson, the negro Uemoctaiia canar us a olianm ol I maue use or ver candidates, and they refused to MM C hson attempted to shoot leiiain iiiiv Mich ouestion. him, but tired Ins gun through tin- Views of John Q. A.', ins: mm, COMMISSION MERCHANT DEALER H CHOICE GROCERIES, East side of Court square, Canton, Mim . s SOLICITS CONSIGNMENT of Messrs. E. lllge wh h should be made " hitehead, Ihl. Ilill and John Lewis, o, leu- ins wiiiuirawal ; that ' ciuccns 01 t -oiuuiDia and rayette. loniiii oed Sgaiusl his Wishes, counties, Arkansas, were returning , "hich rould b.- a relief 10 him if any !'"MI "shreveport on .Sunday, the L'lith j ku w.-re substituted for his. ultimo, when Gibson got into con iMdumUM replied that no vcrsation on pontics with a negro he had be. n coiileiiiidaied b happened to Btet by the way, near PRODUCE, rill bo attended to promptly. Ol & J l i. of ven inultinglangn I tries, riien the tiegioes commenced Katberine from the ailiaeent nuartaira. PSTEBSBCKO, "A., Oct. 111. 10 I parsuitlg Gibson, who had gotten a conversation with Jo fin i. Adams, bosae, ami shouting catch the d d n In. w is on his way Lome, he said la-cal," whieh aroused the negroes the Southern people were as loyal nslat Dr. Van. . '- place, just ahead? who any people In Ihe .North. The two ,.:ma. ,u ,,, ,,,., , oilmen, and motion the meeting adjourned, races he found Mead ly disposed to- jth tin- pursmis .leeeedeil in tak John Hasdv, wards each oUaW, and the aeiuea Ing hiaa, (G.) The) immediately put Chan man wm i"''"'ei,h"' '." 1,11 (':is,;s. ! a chain around his neck, dtaj(gM Mti niM-n-.in, mrmrn mmtmunu r ! aliout, KWKM and Man Ulin, and "v earp-t badger . Nothing was flually chained him to a tree. G.'s -ib nl.itej to d greater Jmiui IM j friends were not allowed to come Keept constantly on hand A Fresh Selection o F CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Mar. 14-'6t f monet SEirrwiTHo trr dakgeb or loss Money orders can be i.btnuied t Ibe Paat oliee In Ihi. plc, np-n roitolRcai in all parn of the Tnile.! St .lra. A litl ft Mjney-O.der Past oflicei n.y be feen rn application JOHK WHELAS. T. M MsYIOlf LANDERS, Wcitaida Court bquarv. O.'t. I, 1SCS. 1 j aASOa, 3.13.1 an! 'IIZ'AISO J S Ifivlnjr tnatla arfaovaiaanti and balaa ap. '' "ire 11 1 fur I lie ben Planoa, Organs 1 ad Mi'lndeoaal naaalhetaeasl in ibis country, l ie. supi.ly thole wisliinp to panbaia la ir u men ts at tha easel Factor li-ites. and S ruenlsh seron Octari Pianos of good tona ' 9300, und uj,A-.trd.. laaordinstla stile. ADOtniUS BROWX. Canton, Oct in t86S if. PEACH SEEDS WANTEO. 1 lie blabaal nt 2". lai-liels f no, "li ilnme, iiately, Store, Ball side Oct. in ISSS i, oliei prlees will be pnhl for D PklOH Stius, if deliver iit J. A. lipid's Grocery QbllC 8q,IH"e. H. A. SWA9KY. Co, FOR SALE- 1 Seven OeTAvn Pianos, of hridiant lone. Sefaral seiotel hand Piaaaa, of good nmn iifnctories. Several Oao.tNH of lh btit flast. Apply to Oct. lii-lm. AD0LPHC9 BROWN. I. M I'AIII.AM), Mc FAR LAN I) & SriNSON, Ko th-eavst Ooroer Public Square, CAXTON, MISS. CAraTO.' STEAM MILL. WF are now fully prepared t (rriud whp it . an.J have the latrst imur'iTed and he-t marhin- wn that U RH in tine, tor rleaning the mnie, and with a food (j'lrility r wheat we (titarantee to turn nut ?f good quality of fluiir h can he hroucht from th wm. We also (frind corn, and dre lurnhpr in a Htme- tior in 1 nil' 1 . and at aa ieasonale rau- a i.n d'ni eNfwltere. tTUftBdiag day-M inlajn, Wednesdav Prl IM and Saturdajx. Jltiihttt m trl.t prtre paid fmr H'hrat. H'e haH uoiiiiiiii l'h.'. nr 1Iims mm l Uh for a 12th. a Uih or a l.ih . aiNml.ns .. her ol MM Bj Ktnet utleiitinQ tu ir mmm, whh h nn der mm iwrRoiial nainhiMi mamm i. ,-.iv . lit-eial t-htre ! imtiuiiaiue. Aug 2-ly3 JOaVK-; A BTt AHT. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD CO,) "1 ULTAKV s OKKH K J 5 Wil,H. V.lLU,, aUlSh, 1- S,pt., MB. ) ffIIii inMisf renfentioD of the ntockbolJ t i nf thi ci'inpanv will he hid at ihi office fn the thud Wcdifadaj, SIM dj it npii, a 1 in o riOCK A.M.