mm- - -
Cj. Stiurican Citip.
W E E KLY
MLC WHARTON .1 CO . Merchants Kx
ehi.je Rooms Id Ploar. C'omraa street, between
Cam- and St. Charles, Xaw Orlauoi, art our au
i WrtvJ agents rur ike cilj.
Aamr Mr Sara Mi Una la our authorised seen
Ceesden. surf will cnltees each ecceun4j i are
place int'n hand", and) reeelee aad receipt to
edfeniaeaieals uJ Aubecriptious.
n. a, 1. mm.
U.n tralo a. i taw at i.ntos
Mail traia lafs C,tn
reap i in airtees at
liarrM ifala defat la
Feeieht lr ii arrive.
N. II. at.
sis a m
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; tram dfl.
M'ann t- ml Ca'on W'tll tr.tn.oa IA
M.,M M Jeceaee alili V. at. II. 11 U.
MISS. rXTll Al RAIL
Mall mla arrlaaa at Caatoa
Mall train laataa fan! oa
....3 00 A M I
. . . .a. ta a at i
BgpaBiiw trala arriaaa
a INI P 11 j
Kich train laavaa
Fiaigat trala arrtara
rraAakt trala laaraa
J : " J! I
aZ e a '
Toaadar. Thur i
a.,-. ,..i-ii ., TnMd. Tbi,r,d.r
ano nalnraMT ... . , m
xtra fraajrat laaraa Munaaj, Wtdnaa
d.r .ad Kr.d.y 45 A M
asV'-oaa'ta aritk tralna of X. O . J. A (1. N
K C - t Can tan, and mail and freight trntua COD-
aaai with ualaa on M. A T. H. B. atUraaada.
laasissirn dk TENNESSKE R. R.
TRAINS UOING NORTH. a
Laarr Oraaada . I "0 A It W 1.1 A U
krrtaa at Mampkla - 1.1 A J (S P M
TBAI.va UOlNO SOUTH.
Laaaa Maaiuhl. .Jt A A.ls P M
lain at Oraaada - US f M IS P M
ata train eiinnaet at Oraaada with traina on
Mlaa. Caatral B. It
Mail train m.kan alaaa eaanactlna at Mrmplii
with tralna nn Urraphla ant Louiarilla H. U.
all aarta Nnrtk.
t-..nr. t.klna tha Frnrr.i Train Brrira
Mtnuhia (.10 A. M. eaa ramaia all da anA r
Vara in ataalnff.
SATURDAY,. i , ..MARCH AJO, 1869.
Kelioiot's NOTicr. The aecond
quarterly meeting ot the Metliodist
' Church of this city, will be held to
day and to n orrow. Preachinjr at
11 A. M. and 74 M M- each dar-. and
tbe communion of tbe Lord's supper b-v 11,0 performances of Spalding & gaged the services of a lady to carry
on Sabbath. I Manning's Miuslels. Thistroup has 'on his business and he herein makes
-4- been play ing every night since Tues- ! a graceful bow to all his old and new
Sew Goods! New Goods ! ! day to a well filled auditoniem, and friends, and asks them to remember
Mat sou & Landers have just re- j we judge that they have given satis-tbat the 1st April will soon be here
ceived the largest, prettiest' and
cheapest stock of dry "goods, that tMU !
tr bert brought to this market,
A No an extensive stock of groceries :
and plantation supplies,
1200 an u all Kxpknsks" Paid !
fir nrlVvrtiKcmciit of America n Sh il t
tla Sr ving Machine in our advertis
(ug columns. " l.V .
IUsbop OUKKN. This verrcraV)l
prelavtv of tfie Rpiscopal Church it
vi his rournl of visitation He will
I'M tn Cmiiau- ttu the llth, and at
Kirkwood on tbe 1.1th prox.
tyCol. Jno. Forsytbe. editor of
I Mr Mobile Jtegixter, thanks Admiral
Sa-mm.es for the most interesting and
readable volume he has gone througlr
Irmn title page to . in utaiiT a
jeA'tv A oomplimenttbaf.ua OOtB-
. i ' .
Oo to CLARly & BALDWIN'S, '
for bfandaotnn Koiikmian Setth. 9.
IIkakth .i.D Hom. This excel
It-nt )VwJily, tVrr Manh L'0, wsilready
m M' tnlilc. It in n very fine No.
IKWnlct .. Mitchell and Mrs. Harriet
Hcccher 8tove, iriiicip,il Ktlitors.
l'tsttenit-ill, Bate & Co., nubliHheis,
37 Turk How, X. Y. Price, 84 per
Wn SH'cimen numlicrs sent
A FIXE LOT OF
UidES-. KTS', MI88RK' & ( I1ILDKE'K
5 4 U VST.U.L A Btl.DWIN'S.
TlIKHT. LtXTM HoMK ioCaOaAL, thU '?t'?V, 'i;'"' assortment t m
in ma exchange we much value. It gjj" tl,e ,ollowlg POpaltU varie
inMnrjre, eight page weekly, devoted i LAXDURTH'S SRF.ns
ti literature, Kine Arts. News,
Drama and Music. Published by
Hhefheul, Katon ik Stone, at (H ier
Clothing. AT cost, at TUXSTaVLL
BALDWIN'S. 5 4
Tlllt Oxoniah. We have received
thttr second number of this paper,
published at Oxford, Miss., by J. V.
Hhmf ft K. K. Overall, who are aim j
tne eoitors. it contains .sj columns, !
id creslitablo in tjpographital execu- j
tion, and the editorials are spirited
fd viforMM. Success to it.
Oo To CL.VUK & IIALDWIX'S,
for ItumtMiA.x i s i aud Setts, fc
Di8Tict Attorney. We learn
frron the Koa;iiiHko CAronicl that 11 x wi'h the Times,
flam. Yonnr, Esq., of that place, has w'lirh we appreciate.
Wa lAlawl tHS offloe of State's J w re ollly aiting the progress
Attarmey for this District, nnd as In- of events to repay the Time in
had applied for the removal of hisjkim'- VVe presume our friend
jnabilities, it was probable he would 1 Uillyer knows something about " tax
Oo to Tcottall & IHldwih's The Mobile Kegister.-To any
for rour Dry OootU. Prices greatly one who wishes to subscribe to a
reduced. 6 4 : newspaper ublishel iu the Gulf
tJoiri.!ALOFEDL:rATioii for Hta,CR' ,w"";'! .,most "''.v
March has been received, tilled with 'e.mmend the Mobile liry.stcr. The
able anginal articles. The editor Weekly is 5 a year, ia advance-
four exrta pages of reading
matter this month. Terms tl 50.
Address, J. n. Mebwin, an
Chestnut street, St. Louis, Mo.
jar In another column will
found a statement of the conditio i of
the Enterprise Fire and Marine In
nraaea Company. This company
issues policies of insurance against
loss by Bra or on the aaa. Its re in
urance fund is greater than that of
ny other company now organized; it
is the only Western insurance com
pany represented in this section, and
its losses are always paid promptly.
Mr. W. A. Steele is tbe agent at this
place, and any person wishing to in
sure property could not do better
than to secure policies in the Enter
...,.. - i n.
yr ii si ai, Lri DAi.uwiN are
anit aellniff nil thwir Wnnlpn (:or,lu
The iiusil l'l'TAm This is one
of the most, it not the most, valuable
esculents that prow in Southern suil.
It is cultivated here so successfully.
and is so easily preserved, with
proper attention, that we wonder so
lati;- i proportion of what we con-
siuue is imported from other sections.
W propose at, oiue future time to it merits Liberal patronage, and I
publish a short treaties on the best should like so much to do something
mode of cultivating and keeping this in the way of extending its circula
' valuable article ot food. We cannot lion, ami perhaps I nay be able to
do so now in eonseijuence of our lim i do so.'
ited knowledge of horticulture in
general, nnu IUU species ot esculent
i From the patronymic of this po-
' ra' il might be supposed that It is
; a native of Ireland, in which king
dom, with the excep'ion of jjreen
frogs, it constitutes nearly the soleiandby the editor is prized more than
article of consumption . e., it is i gems 01 gold.
Itoth bread and meat " with those1 How disconraging to the publisher,
. (l -. .i:n,...,, . 1, a.-. '
" anw u mi it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in in ,i i i- iiiiiii ;
'"da meet atnll ;- but, common taters :
'r11 tb?, insu potato is a native or
the Cannibal Islands ; at, which W I
are the more surprised, since wi
learn, from nnr ('hionologieal read- !
ing, that in those " sweet isles of the
sea "in that civilized nnd Chris
tian country tho inhabitants live
exclusively on human flesh, unkilled
ami unsalted. The potatoes being
found of no use to them, they there
fore sold the exclusive right to
propagato it to the Dig ger Indians,
who, for a time, drove quite a busi
ness in the trade. Finally however,
they s,)Id out to an enterprising na-
live ot gTeen use, who lived on
tin, liniiL-w ikt'llio l',i ImjYiml W nr ti v.
heuce the esculent was diib!ed bv
some, Po tatoes. and by others,
"Murphies'' This is about all we
learned of the history of the potato
from our Ornithological researches.
We are still using diligent anplica
tton, however, and hope soon to
come to the root of the matter.
Kdkf The monotony of our little city
',as somewhat varied this week j
faction, Our thanks are due the
managers for season tickets for all
the attaches of the ClTIZKX. They
play to-night for the last time, at
Odd Fellows' Ha.'l, and WO ud viae all
who take pleasure in witnessing and
hearing " burnt cork eccentricities " '
to dron in at the Hall.
Immediately after the entertain
ment the grand prize will be drawn,
all who hold numbers should not fail
to be present.
le.J'ist received at Ti'sstill 'A Bai.d
win'a, New Spring QooJa Murimbiqiies,
Linen I.awna, Brrepes, Wbit Goods, Kirl
Glover, French Calicoes, nandkerchiefa
Flosirry, and tbe best lot of I,adiei autl
Missel Shoes ever brought to this market
jail altbalowist cash prices. 9 if
t.-'A destructive fire occurred at'
K'anidcn, Wilcox county, Alabama,
?? last, destroying a
blotdc ot seventeen buildings.
I A fii' t nRe tlic above is wol tli ull 1
the editorials that coold be written,
to induce men to subscribe for a lire
engine. Camden, nearly a.s large as
Canton, has lost an entire block of
buildin-s. Let the landlords and ,
merchants of Canton take warning'
and hurry up the engine. " Look
out for the engine when you hear the
lire-bell P and not before.
We advice all persons desirous of 1
having good gardens for the coining
spring and suiiimer, to cill imwMi
ately at Messrs. Cassell & Haughn's
and make their selections. Tbev
have a very large and choice lot of
the finest seed all epeeisllv adapted
Shaker MaeaV, and Onion Sets,
ALL FRESH from the growers.
Don't fad to call soon, as the" first
choice " is an item worthv of con-
' sideration. Jan. 30-tf
Xo Cot'RT. We are informed by
Hon. C. C. Shackleford, Judge of
the Fifth Judicial District, that there
will be no session of the Circuit
Court at this place, next week. A
KpK.ial u.nn will M. hpM . e..ly
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r" sHeiararai n..o, ,,.,., .t i.adirs
i. .... nsa,,a m....m.m u.....
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at B- HESDOUFFEB-
The VirKSBi ito Times, with Col.
L... . ... .
iUU?eT " e,11,,or' ,8U0W- "
it has been trom the begmuing, one
f "ie aul,'st Pal"'rs tlie ht!"f
"TT . . 9ZZ.
i saFW .atiiui mm uajanw. r.uiteu oy
j Col. Jno. Fonj the, whose name, as
" ' lnu WHU
nents. Weekly Begister, 94 a year.
, Daily Register, $10.
Tin: Tmun Grand State Fair
of the " Mechanics' and Agricultural
Fair Association of Louisiana,'' will
comniRiioe on Toaaadaj tlie Gth day
of April, 1M9, and will contintu
niglit (1 ij'8. It will be a grand affair,
and persons may make their ar
jangemcnts at once to attend, as the
fare on the railroadR will doubtless
be reduced one-half to induce a largo ;
We are indebted to the Secretary
of the AsHocintion for a copy of tbe
Schedule of premiums rules and
I" to CLARK
COstfLlXKNTAKY. We receive d
H letter a lew days since Iron a lath ,
which contained the following :
" The weekly visits of The AMnrtt
can Citizen are very welcome. I
congratulate you on the improve
ment in use, tync, general appear-j
MM, &c, of your interesting iapcr
The wiitpr of the letter from w hich
we mate me ahovc short extract, is
rtnp ot the most I n ! . .! i I , ; lurfijftai in
Mississippi, and 11 com mo ml at ion
, Iroin snelt a source is praise indeed '
A compliment such as the above
is like an oasis m the desert, of life,
,iiivi iii'iiij; ,n, in iu. i,nri in iit-nu
- ' -
lia reatlei s-spending the last dollar
h0 ,.an n to r11,,ur u crC(,i(al,ic
ami acceptable, anil bestowing hours
of labor upon i that should
voted to " rest of body and mind "
after all this, to meet with no word
of praise or commendation !
It is one of the bitter things in
Hold on ! wait a little while,, for
Mr. js. L. Mosby's splendid assort
ment of 1 adieu dress goods, selected
by a lady of acknowledged- taste,
with a view to supply the ladies of
Canton and vicinity with every neces
sary article used by ladies from a pin
to a parasol. Ladies famishing gooda,
of the latest importation on the most
Lu, termS- Mr. Mosbv h;ls
, , . '
I m:uk' arrangements to have his stock
open by first of April. He will oc-
jcupy the store recently known as
Priestly & Moonnans,
He lias en-
and that he invites them to give him
a call. 11.
Planting. Owing to a supera
bundance of rain and the continued
cold weather, tanning operations in
all this section have been very much
retarded. The corn crop ought all'
to have been in the ground by this
time, whereas it is not half planted;
anA while this is the month for plant-
ing cotton, sciucely a seed is yet in
the ground, though two-thirds of the
month is gone.
We hope and believe, however,
that the weather has now broken,
that spring has at length dawned
upon us. and that our planters have
now only to put their hands to the
plow and never look back, to insure
a prosperous planting year. So
mote it be ! "
Remember, good friends, ye tillers
of tho soil, yeomen of the laud, and
"m '""unes a Dig corn
an1 '"1' ll'"ty of -hog and
""'"'".v " 's the chine and spareribs
ofo111' 'mtetm and independence the
" wine' cotv an1 oil " (,f tl materi; 1
prosperity. He wise, thru, and let
us have what will surely not fail us
in the hour of need.
McKek, We learn from an ex
change that Gen. Geo. C. McKee,
TTr "'3 ('"e
DUtrict, has purchased, near
Jnckson, Miss , 2500 acres of land
for 15.000, paying the money "cash
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yTlie following gentlemen were
drawn as Uhe Petit Jury for I tie.
March Term of Madison Circuit
Court. They will comprise the Jury
at the Special Term, when held :
W. J. Kendall, Win. Alexander.
J. J. Xicholson,
X G. Pride,
J. S. Murphy,
J. A. Bingham.
W. X Bledsoe,
J. F. Lipscomb,
W. H. Stegar,
v . H. Atkinson,
E. D Gamble,
X. E. McDauiel,
T L. Holliday,
B. E. Jones,
W. E. Dancy,
J. C. Tucker,
P. M. Saith,
J. B. Roberts,
rJ. 1'. Muse.
K. A. Stebbins, H. W. Bimmer,
lJt 0i j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nil. i. .1. viswttrtn.
i I I.-... .1 11 'r , , , .,
,Jno. W. Daucy, James Childress,
''"" '8, V '
X. .1. Walker,
j. Ef ampbreys,
Al. v . Uollnm.
T. J. Giattou,
A. M. Lock,
W. E. Yellovvly,
c. k. inn,
A. W. Stanford.
B. Y. Scaler,
J. A. Koss,
G X. Mosby,
John L. Jones, D. J. Langston,
B. L. Prichard, X. SV. Nichols,
J. C. Bichards, J. J. Bicharda,
T. A. Divine, J. II. Salmon,
Milton fCuing, ('. ti. Joice,
James M. Jones, N. 11. Wallace,
A. C. Alsuoith, EL w. Qcown,
It. C. Saundera, Geo W. Walker,
Sam 1 Magi uder, '. W. Evans,
11. B. Luckctt, Tuomas Mullen,
X. Winkler, E K. Manhard,
K. A. Luckctt, O. II. Baldwin.
B. 11. rieyser,
J. L. Browa,
C V. Babb,
J. M. Walker,
T. A. Lipscomb,
A. K. Bai wick,
J. S. O'Leary,
A. M. Gurley,
A. W. Clark,
B. C Alswoith,
Saail B. Harris,
A. U. Alswoith,
I J. II. Sample,
Howard lv le,
J. W. Giiflin.
.1 X. Mancell.
R. E. Luckett,
.1. 1". Aden,
T. T. Taylor,
,!. W. Witliatns,
X. (i. Rosseau,
for iii'-ii :Ei or nil alls nlptliaia So , ...
aeaMasaats MB HESD0RFFER
Indebted In ihe
I n I e fi r in n f
I.KAltV k CL'ltltAN are
y requeBtei to cume forward and make set-
Tiecntu daijs from this date,
all Accounts rCsaai.tiag uniisid, at tlie expi
ration of the said twenty- duvs, will be
placed in the Inn u of nn uttornrj for col
lection. BsaX-'-'ntne forward an.l aa?e cosM of pnit.
w j. otJBn n
Peters' Musicax Monthly.
The Muivli number of Petets' Musical
Monthly is at hand, and contains,
some twenty- four pages of choiee
now music, giving select tons from
the most popular writers, and varie
ty enough to suit the mast fastidious.
u addition to the ballads and music,
I the Musical Monthly gives lil'teen
pages of choice fmn.il v Beading, and j
all for the moderate sum of 30 eents. I
or s:; per year over ..' worth of
new music appearing in each number.
Trunin nf nna ...... i,..! IY1.. ,1, ., 1.,. .1,,
i)t subscribe are certainly losing a
l'ich tT&Clt ;w SlO - ,vtli mt tnnaiai Ml
j not be bought every day for such i
, small sum.
j Issued by .. L. PETERS, Musi
Vuhlixhir. I. a Uoa 5439, Xew York.
Sample copies, SO cents.
We will club our paper with the
above magazine to new subscribers
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, u 1 J i-, III1,1,1K!S il Cat .
X. )., March 1
'00, C P. K.
Friend BotrwoBTH :
The eolton market has been quiet
to-dav sales ."..KM) tiales, at SS
254c for ordinarv: 253 7t. 2(1 tn for!
good ordinary; 30 jc for low mid- j
tiling ; DiSi- for niidtlling; ami I
28eJhr strict middling.
Liverpool ,lis,.atehes at 5 p. m. i
report'the sales fo-day at 8000 bales,
prieefl unehanged. Spinners there,
and on this ride too, are taking as
little as possible, hoping this market
will break dow n, that they may be
able to lay in a supply at lower rates.
If our planters stick to the plan of
last year make corn enough for
their ow n supply tirst, and then cot
ton they need not fear that the
prior? will go below twenty-five cents
per pound. Having their own sup
plies on Hand, tfeey are not obliged i
10 sen oiiiess rne prices suit Tliem.
Yours, truly, CHCTtB.
CANTON PRICES CURRENT.
fob Tub American Citizen.
Mess Fohk (9 bbl .. .
tS ft 7.1
tS lin $1 25
ft i'lo 1
ri kit 3
,K 00 I 50..
y tug s oo..
per lOdlh 2 50..
per Math. II 00..
- i"zaa 3 OU 3 60..
For BtRG I.9, I.n-lira ahonM ca iin
uediatrly la M- B. H8S0BITB.
tf-g'U fluiikyisiu displayed by
Cie unnamed minister ot the Metro
politan Church iu Washington his
name ought to be consecated to im
mortal infamy when Grant and
family entered the church aud with
drew, lor want of special accomoda
tions, was a sight to draw down the
execration even of saints and angels
and to provoke the .inextinguishable
laughter of devils. ' Why should it.
be necessary to apologize for not
having a place reserved in the church
for the President I Under the Gos
pel which you proless to proclain and
inculcate, Mr. Preacher, all alike I
are miserable sinners, all alike are
(lead in tbe condemnation of the law,
all alike are dependent on Almighty
mercy, and all alike are called to
share in redemption bv the atonine '
blood of the Savior Tn lb la rn,l
...... p,. ......
scueme, tuere are no diserinmi; -tions
no favors, no privileges, on
behalf of the rich, the powerful, the
great. Then ivhy should you apolo
gize for not having provided a privi
leged place for the President ? Was
the church not open to him as much
as to the humblest, obscurest, poor
est way farer who might wish to hear
the Gospel preached? Does this
Gospel tell of any reserved seats for
presidents, or kings, or emperors iu
Heaven ? Think of Jesus ChHst,
when preaching on the Mount, offer
ing an apology for not having pro
vided a .silken cushion for Herod or
Pontius Pilate, if either of these
dignitaries had just then visited the
spot! .ST. O. Crescent.
At his residence in Choctaw coun
ty, on tho Gth inst., Mr. Jas. Drane,
aged about 61 years.
CL1EK & BALDWIN,
GO Ij D WATCHES,
MlltW, T0HZ, IMATIIYST, 0!ri
I 9-e )
O F K V E R Y
LADIES' AND GENTS' CHAINS :
I3 1 ;v t e 1 W are,
CLOCKS all varieties;
HOUSE-KEEIMXG ARTICLES ;
IRON-STONE AND CHINA WARE,
i IM mint If", TT niroro t r mi, - , - . , . , - -
rLn,it tillco iuomi ru;u,ristrii ;
OK EVERY I1ESC RIPTION !
Watches and Jewelry
Repaired nt Short Notice.
T. It. CLARK. W. O. BALDWIN.
a. .1. RICII.ARDS is prepared to do plow
ing far Hnjone in tbe ; orr-oration . Leare
ymir antes at Mostly Richards', or Cas-si-ll
Feb. 20, '6Sk.lra.
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY.
TR, A. S. IjEP:. of Cnnton,
! I l the r.nmnuir,ity ani ooantrj
! V ally his celebrated
IN pff.-e.s are woaderful en iru'iiediats, in r-
PAIN IN THE HEAD,
Or wl.erraer nppiirii tn pain.
Nutli.ng ot Uv bind Mer affrta to tl,e pnl.lir
Khraa m ninth graaral aartefactl a as DR. LEE'S
TIniMe who lire -iiDsrillif frntn nrj of tbe abaac
4isea-a. can aotaadaaf rencd7.i1 trie ahape al
k .A ',hat Wl" """" i4
nil I.KE S KLECTHIl.' LINIMENT.
11 Will Keen orjoatcntlv nil hnml at PmM .V
and Moshj. & Ituhalils' a giiud supiilv of
1 Ilia aoudcilul cure.
Shooii h without ttia Liniment, r.i miiainia n
TantV'ar CmS" "
To Kate Poore, a minor resirl!nfr in Hick
man, in the State of Kentucky ; Edwin
Fletcher, a minor, residing in the city of
New Orleans, in the Slate of Louisiana ;
Mary A. Zigler and Louisa Pome, living in
Flowery Mound, Concordia Parish, in the
State of Louisiana ; John Fletcher and
Jane Fletcher, residing in Vid.tlia, Con
cordia Parish, Stale of Louisiana :
You are hereby cited to appenr hefore the
Probate Court of Madison conntr. Statu nf
Mississippi, at ihei-ourt-house thereof, on the I
l.ith day 0 March, A. J). 1860,
aa4 teow c4e, if anr 7a
can, whv tho ne
titiou of Elizabeth Creese and the he irs &t I
I iw OT Knot rl etcher, decd, for thfe sale of -
real estftte of Sniri dfceient should not be
granted. Bj nrder of OoHlt. 1
JOS. MrCLELtj AN, Clerk
Pr. E, A. FORD, D. C.
Feh. 13, 1809-41
Y VIRTUK of a decree nf ihe Probate
Court of sf adiaoa C
sissippi, rendered nt the February Term of
said Court, I wilt, as Commtaaionar, under '
'aid decree, offer for sale nt public outcry to
the hijrhr.it and best bidder for cash, hefore
the Court Hoose door in tbe city of Canton, '
between Ihe hours prescribed bv law for;
Sheriff's sales on
Monday the 224 day af March, 1869. 1
the following described lands, lying,- heing,
sum situate In lae county ol .Mndtson, State
at .Mississippi, wilh all ihe improvements
. iher-on, as the property belonging to the
t Estate of George W. Campbell, deceased i
vis : WJ of Wl (Iving south of the I
ro.i.l.) Sec 28. T S R 1 West, 120 acres ; Rl !
of S, Sec 29 T 8 R 1 West, 1 00 acres; EJ
NE J and SE Sec 32 T 8 R 1 West, 240 acres"; 1
W of NWJ Sec 33 T 8 R 1 West. 80 acres ; 1
S of WJ of SE Sec 29 R 2 West, 40 j
acres ; Wes'J of NE and K KfWWl sec 32.1
T 8, R 2 West, 120 ncres ; Wj NEJSec 33, Tl
8 112 West, bO acres.
I will convey to the purchaser only inch
title as is vested in me by said decree
R C. SMITH, I
Feb. 20 '69 no V-4w. Commissioner. I
Fruit Trees, Crape Vines
and Strawberry Plants.
I Has B at stonewall, near Caatawa, Miss
A I I
ees. Ac. I.,r nate. tstn-li aa
Peach Trees, generally, at $20 per 100. or 25cta. ,
Apple l"iees nt 120 per 2no. nr 25-ti.. each.
IVar Trees nt $40 per law, or 5n eta. each.
Wilanu's Albany Strawberry $10 per 1.000. or $2
PY loo. .
Hale's Early Peach and Chinese Clin. arc
Cher, as is the case in all Southern Nurseries.
1 want a pair of Cheater White Ron. Wad ran
requeSted" g "" an "Ee"'' "'l
M. w. philips, j
rA' 13' -69"if
Patent Metallic White Clothes Lines
rrnnc aatlenigaed, neent nr the American wire
"mPany of Near Tort, would beg leave!
of the kooaekeepera of Madison
ooonty, to their Pnteqt Matallic Clothes Line.!
whicti has heen found to he the only article suita
ble for a clothes line, except the old fashioned
rope which always causes ao much, annoyance nnd I
trouVe ot Meaking, rotting out and nacalortne
clothes, and by heine- oMkjed to put it up and take
it .1 -wn ev'ty time used.
With this line you have none of those annovan I
re-, and when it is once put up it gives no more
3j erntt per foot.
Specimen can be seen at the Drug store oil
M..sbv k Ilirhards.
h n nottt n aaart.
grg (tmte, (Dr0cmest& plantation Supplies.
Ready-made Clothing", Calicoes,
VJM BfCSfca'ai " Dal :aa adfe-eeta
Hats and Caps, Hardware, Stoneware, Crockeryware,
TIN and WOODWARE.
PLANTATIOB SUPPLIES, BAGGING. ROPE, TIES ASD TW1SE.
SUGAR. COFFEE. SALT, MOLASSES, l'OI?K, BACON, LARD
TEA, CANDLES, CHEESE, STARCH, PEPPER, SOAP, FLOUR,
of tlie U'st brands, nice SUGAR CURED HAMS. Will buy, ship or
advance on CO'J TON, and will store Cotton ntKKof rniiiGE for our cus-
tomers. East Side Court Square, Canton, Mis'.
Oct. 17, 'GS-Gm. J . W. LUCKETT.
A. L COUCH & CO.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
HAVIXCr removed to ODD FELLOWS HALL BUILDING. South aide
of Public Square, Would be Bmaed In see their old friends nnd Oligomers
nnd are prepared to pay llw HIGHEST
will make it to the interest of planters
We have attached to our store a
( oiion and attend prumptly to receiving
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS
R K M ( ) V A L
nrni'.n-r ktr il f 'I p .J -2Sr
aivl the pubiic that 9 i 1 . '
ha removed to th Eat.
side of the Bouare, in tn
hotm recentlj occupied by Mrs. Yanr.j'
wiiv-rt; she kwps nn LmJ a choice lot of
faxhionaMe U 1LLN K tV . of me latest iro
porta'inna She hopa bj ofT-rin? t'"''l ar;i
cles at moderate pnets, 'o secure a libera
ihare of p'-.tlic. patronage.
Jan .23, '3-tf
J 8 retailed at i
l-ricc vriihin ttia rt-ach of a'l. Tliis
Blrnight aaaatr. inackeH the LOCK
STITCH alike on hota ai'les hps n r-elf-aiijiistinK ti n
sion. and caa do svavy k',nu af aewinf. It aril hnm.
Vin-l, enrd, Ijriiid. seam, rt,uih. tvak, rnfiln nn gather ;
will work eqintlly wall nn silk, linon woolen, or cotton
good,, with .'ilk, litieu, or cott,ja thread.
1MEB1G4N SHUTTLE SEWlNGMiCHINE
ir'arraa'cd for Fire Years .'
Onr agrnti will lo aupfilied wi:h duplicate parts of
the Machine, in case of a'-cid'-nt. 4t makes precisely
the tame stitch mmAe by the Singer, Wheeler Wilson,
Machines. It has the Under feed,
like the best of high priced Machines, and is the only
low-priced Shuttle Machine in the market that has thfai
feed. We are r-nabled to sell n first-class Shuttle Ma
chine, at a very low price, on account of it Simplicity,
ami consequent low cost of Manufacturing, in comparl-
wiln c"I'l""ntrd aiathlaaa,
wish to arrnnge with Ampuls, male or ft-nnile, lo
represent the American Bbattle S?Aving Mitchiue, in
each State, Conntr, nnd town in the I'nited Staten antl
Ontario. Extra inducements to Experienced Aentn
fur full particular, us toeatarj-dr commission, r.ddr.
G. V. X. AXDKEWS,
General Agent, Detroit, Michigan.
N. B. I'pr'the benefit nf pur Agents vre have ar.
r.inged with parties who have Good p snvlaaia for Sewinf
Machine agents to sell. We will send Book of Sam-
AJ'lrC" 0 Andrew., Genera! Agent. Datrolt.
' 2U fWr'a
1 5 81
MARKET PRICE KOR COTTON, nnd I
to call on them before puielmsing their!' "
commodious Warehouse, and will store '
and forsrardinj; Goods to our friends in
IC Y B,
and SHOES, fee., &c.
tiro Q?oob5, (T3r0ccrics.
E ARL NOW
a rrry lnrja Block of new and fresh
RAISIN'S, in bones... halves and quartan,
II VISFJlff, aerd!rs3.
N'UT$, of evory kind.',
In erery variety and kind.
GRANGES, APPLES, PINE APPLES, &C. i
30 Boxos Fresh Cheese,
! Weterc, Eng. Baliy, snd Piuo Apple.
J B. OTTO & CO,
In store and constantly receiving
OUR stock of FAMILY GROCERIES and
SHELVE GOODS is very full and complata,
being replenished frith
FRESH GOODS, EVERY DAY t
Kidci and Shoulders,
C'lr.vassed and plain Hams,
Mp33 and rump Ptirk.
FLOUR, all qualities.
LARD, in kegs and tierces.
POTATOES, Irish k sweet
SALT, fine and coarse.
Trace Chain?, Hoes, Hamas,
Plough Lines, Spades and .Shovels,
Collins' Axes, &c.
AD of which will be sold CHEAP for
J. B. OTTO & co;
Dec. 12, 1868-T
MEMPHIS & LOUISVILLE
QUICK AND SUEE CONNECTIONS FOB
ALL POINTS, HORH EAST & WEST, j
Two Dilj Traius run through from
MEMPHIS and II UMBOLDT
WITH OUT r . ( A vi fc or CABS,
Connecting at Louisville with Express Trains Jot
NEW YORK. BOSTON. NIAGARA PALLS,
BUFFALO TOLEDO. DETROIT CHICAGO
and all other cities in the North and Hast,
and with the splendid steamers of the
V. S. MA IL L i y L t
Ariving at CINCINNATI next morning, io
time to take early trains Bast.
PALACE SLEEPING CARS,
0 i all night trains run through from
r V ORLEANS iu laOriSVII.I.E,
Passengers ho, ding though tickets can
?'op over at Cave City, to vUit the MAM
MOTH CAVE, and resume their journey
Thrcugh Tickets and Baggags Checks
' to all points mv he obtaioed at MomnhU.
Humboldt, and mi principal station. 00 the
Mlaa Central R R
C-Ask Tor Tickes via LOl'ISVIHE.Jl
TIIK FRGKallT DF.PART.TIBXT
j Of t!'i-t line h;is hefn llLtrourrlily rearganizei, with
i i Rpecwl view t at'C-iinTnnJiitinii ilie (Titgiit tr.iEB
I between lin: North and tlie South, and tie advau
: tapi a which it nfltfTri in
' at..l prompt pajaaeal of all rl-'-y ';t! i- imnjii.
1 " 1 '
rcharge, eto.. nsaae it ho--uneriot to any com-
j i inite. I !:i - i I I 1 1 Is n! i;i,l:nir at ou trun.
mo's may be , Tared at all principal nOcea
nics. ALUBBT PIHK.
II- I . M A nsH AM.. (Jen'l Sapt
Ren. Eastern AR't.No 2 Aar li aise. N Y.
A. W. ItorvtiTRCK. Geaeral Sontliein ignt,
Fc'27Ii J Cot Camp and Cororaoa Kts., N. O
I DlSoOLUHG J
iiiersbip heretofore existing eb
nJeraigotH, a this dj diniolvtd
Detent of the prmerp.
MR W. .). CURkAX,
It, is authorised to collect the assets or
u the uauie ol the liinr iu Liauidatina,
Hi. S. O'l.KARY, '
W J. CCRBAM.
Canton, Feb. 18, 1869.
The undersigned will continue, at the old
stand of the late firm, on the East side of
Court Square, tbe business heretnfore con
ducted by U'Leary 4 Ourrati, nnd will be
pleased to see his old patrons nnd the public
Feb. 20, 1R69.
TW1SH to purc.M-i- some drieti iipples'nod
.1 ( n:i LOWES
DEALER ITi feSCJCD GBOCEEIES
E.ist side of Court equate,
OLICIT3 CQSSiGMEKT of
which will ba attended to proraptlr..
Kecpt constantly on hani
A Fresh Seiectioa
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Mar. 14-68 f
Mc FARLAND 4? STINSON,
No th-cast Comer Public Sqo.re,
AT" " call attention to oar larga 14 var1
" ejpek af
BAGGING axb IRON TIE8.
SUGAR. COFFEE and MOLASS1IS,
BACON. PORK and LARD,
IRON ax CASTINGS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
FLOUR and SALT.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES'
Will pay tho highest priee for COTTOJT,
nd maka liberal advances on ahipmeaU af
Cotton to our friends in NaT Crleaaa.
Sept. 21,Id67. ic
0. H . DINKINI.
H. L. IIIIIII.
(. H. DINKINd i BRO.
Wholesale and Retail
Cosh Paid for Cotton,
WE HAVPI JUST RECEIVED, and wl
at all limes keep on hand a large aai
complete stock of
irhich we offer to the publie at Terj
Low Prices for Cash,
j Cii- ffr; jmifTMC
ran Tna falj. rtneesMasj and aiximo or
DCIT fCT a rT-i anas . .
-sariTa. UIH, STOCK,
SL'BlFr MERCHANDISE. PRODTTCTC ,w nr
! DESCRIPTIONS. C0IT0N. HOUSKHOTn arrraaT
L u Fu""'
auavei. r. i l r.ir .
PRODUCE and PROVISIONS,
of all descriptions,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS A S1I0KS, HITS & CAFd.
II VKIUVAR r.. Cl'TLERY, KIX.. KTC,
Frill, 1C SQI'ARK,
. I . IIIWATi
laf ANfPACTlTREIt ot Teicss Ssodles.
ini'si. flow Jit hi e a"''
um. una (.eiilei in
i i vATHFii ami moR fin
1 . 1 1 1 , L u a v tmm
PI A RTTF s "Mkr m
no Y lo'bi" ' '
.4. I . COUCH tV CO.
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