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w r e k i. v . H I P II I . Mae II I H . BWN ! ANIi nWfCMMI H l Hu nviii: I H. Ao'll. Km roil I ANTON. S V TI lilV.HT, . MISS. II SV. 1 si;. Tan .1 i'KNii. 1 wonM waul Ih ins '! r.ni'li't mtr ivat Imh thv 1c t iiU at iHU maai luim-it ;ihp ;i(Tiir. Wt Irivr Mpt ;l il'taili'il MM i if il hW ass (Vf rt'.M. Tn i4i Hila. vr htn linl'to omit oilitmi ;ls mm lllllii 1 tlcmi on li!i for liurrtim. TUc li.ipiii State Oonvvat ioti mot ;it Canton ll VVetlncwlny. '"it nei Iber of the panel ulrilul there on Oatwnliij iiKnii- Mention of wt pro mmMmmv FfaWji Timi. It ll MntMMr Ibt Men ImnUm to af.point n Scrn tiii N . wboM duty it is to ke'; flic minuti's ' of the body: a id tin' fccWtMJI on .siirh MMflioM iisunII.y furni-iii-s the liewsiiMpirs with mi ukstr.ii t Iron i his minutes for paHMcAtum. MetbodUt Confer 1'iu'cs. to our certain kBAwfedge, al ways do it. The Heejetary ot the laU- ( 'oiiv'iil urn pMWnMttoi r this oiiatom. Hiirv, neither of the pa pers pwUiabed here on Saturday Made MMtioa of tiir ' proceeding.' .Iim Lynch has got Mother ottca. The War DtrMtttneal 1ms HppoiDted liim Agenl of tho Fraedman'a Bn reau. fcfagwa, and Abandoned I MWI,' Mute an art of Congress for iio' i linunnce of the Hun-au Be sides this fat olVicc, ha is RCCrBt of the Northern Methodist Choren, at a Ml. ary of twenty live handled dollars : agent of the Badiaal Baaeala, Km es tlihUaament of Larva latjyjue in Mississippi, and Alderman of the City of .laekjon. He is also agent for the Devil, but we don't believe that sifjoney pn.vs him anything. The Bnjdn Republican, from wiiiih we cut the above, should have aid pays him anything en yet." His reward in that diivntion will be sure to CQie. F'aary Times. And. for -stealing the livery of haaiu serve the deril in." as ho has done, Brpatftjgulnj to be a min ister of the tionpel, while he prac tices all manlier of iniquities, he will roast in the infernal regions " world without end." instead of preaching good will on earth and peai nnong men. he peregrinate Hie country in the interest of that hell born or jraniation, Radicalism, MOTin up strife and widening the breach be tween the whites and his own race. And, verily, h ! shall have Ida re ward. Oman, The Republicans. H MMM that there are two or I 'U'ee nets of Republicans in this Slate at least tlieru are the ' Radical Baa eals," headed by I'isliiT, Jlai Lynch, th- sanetinioiiious ' Mawworm ' of M..I1....I;.. 1 II iin- ... lil.i.nni .ciii.ir.iiiu,ini neniy Mason, tiie .sinlilie eolori it tiarlier, ot .Iackson; and the Conservative Re publieinis" with such men as Wof ford, Jetl'oids. 1' ielif aixl W arner in the lead. The lat ter w ing of the par ty has just iasaed the follow ing lltct'f .VR. Iteor Bin The undersigned, inein liers of the National Union BepnbN ean party ot Mississippi, cordially invito vim to meet with us in the city ol .laekson, on the L!;td of JsMs in.-H., tot the purpose of l)MnfJ steps eessary to promote the general iivler nt s of I he State. sVNtg as we do that the orgnn; zatiiiu repiesenled in this .State Is t lie ( nininil tee of Sixteen " and the ' Kxeeutive Commltte is not in NVinptithy and aeeord with lb ad ministration of l'residont Grant at:d the Nalional Union Hepuhlican par- ! ty, we earnestly desire your eo ope i list MM O a Hepuhliean in theiton-l leiiiplalid uiini'inent Helievinij thst our Stale slimilil he rrno istrutt. Mi in accordance with the acts of j Uoilrsi and the principles ennn. c;ted by l'reideiit tirant. ;nid tlmt toieiHtrini, litieralily and foi heaiiincn will BnMISa respect, in.i)ire conli i deiice. restore harmnuv and bring pcare and prosperity, we ask the aid of every patriotic citizen ol the State, be h white or lilack, Mfh or low. ! Tim time for proscription l;as gone Iiy, and, we trust, forever. We helicvethst nil dinnlnt tcel hsfj, eniiens'eictt hy the late war, sliouhl he . rndicatLiI ; thn Hn .in- w aul march of our great party should not be ehi cicrd in lis victoiious r:i ion bv sellish devolio.i lo nsesnn.1 , ;.. .i:-,,!.... ' onus, or tne ins uav ol an ne.riinoni iius iisperity in the ml in i u i strut ion of public affair ; ami that,." granting lo all equal lights and privileges," haimony and fraternal Icclingshould be uncoil i god and cemented bat weeil uiMi oKall seetions, tacisiinil colors, of aur cmuuion oaMrjr. W desire, in nil sincerity, that u the tlead past Mlionld bury its dead." Keeling a h rp interest in the we! fare of our people, we ih siro to see such a conilil ion ol a Hairs as will best enhancu and Brrowol tlie sa terial interest and prosperity of our naa MMwnjIth. W e do not. aniler stand that it is the mission of the KepabUean part; to stir up strife; bat on the contrary, when truly in tcr.pre.tcd, its highest aim. by accot i! iug. to every man Ins due. is toalbiv it iaac r.ssar disarai prejnsliee, and re tor law ami enler, by discouraging rwvs useit ss and wanton attempt lo array one cl;ss ol til lie 11 against tho other. We can and must all live together as friends. Earnestly desiring your jo oprr.i Hun in this pad iotic movement, we invite joii to be prese it on the on i .mi. abovo named. Kesri ul tally, Your fellow lied Speed, .1 ! WefUiril,, Waanw, Jos WeCtoy, A in abass jotn s. i CsSsfdlNI Ailaci, fit i.rim, ( ieo Mom in n' K Jeffords, V C lisk, J W gVM, Amos Uraine, Wm T sTage-, ffha Barbar. ( n'O II Barber, ( reiv VV Got lis " "w'A'evand''r If. Stephens is slow ly iccovi iing from his injuries, and has resumed w ork on the sa ond vol ume of his history . l ate PafilaMCntan returns sboa Hi. it tbiTc are 287,flW bawxifcoM pi rutt Mat !'.. V. e'lttil TH TRAGEDY LAST TUESDAY. Tkt Kilting nt' Mayor nf flu Tt stiff) ti, ' MM(. M ''. .us. ?. rf-jf- 1'iirtii , I .', .. (J.V If' I'mta lie1 1'l.ifinr iJim ..Isy la order i. vTiist the pillule de inanii'for a fair ami detailed account of the tragi all.iir last Tuesday, we have published Itelon the testimony taken iiciorc the imry of I no, nest, held mi r the limit ! the rteeeaseil in mediately alter Ita eeeaMaaeei li is proper to preface it by Mat , in;; that the ditliciiltx grea oat M certain official proeeetliiicn of the de easi d, v. hicti are tn tft M"! " UJ IMC lollou lllg HUVCTtlSCUII api erd n r h f M of Jane : il iiiai NOTft l . r n WMiM "f DM r Some, mnK tu H,l t!,i- e . .rii:iii i! Jueclr : l.y ill t l..i.v. h(i .-i v. in- Hr .1(1 -it iiti-i U't -i iinun li"-- .nrvfii r miied p. icri: r t-r lxrs iim mmt I . iiy. nt mil mm J i In . in On citr -.r .l.i- k r .-rt. tv. f..r i-V li I-. II f 16-u tii.; (.i Jhar. lam, itTwel ii-vciiin-.i i t-i in-Mail ll rt ntifitnt u' itaMl ri m 1 1 t v 'f E. V -" t li hit ' u il In 'rmfi " Wmru --n. M'- .-ipii. :.t p-i' UltW-; bMd r, mi ti 'TjihtB ' nl llnnrn, thl f.n pr p. ty. I vU -i i.n MM t. X-. ft'lJ . it CO- t, .1 1' li-'n. M-h ,.Innr 4 ONI-: riAXo 1 RKEM.IN Bjtl. t'ti". Then this property was attached, R, M. Ycrger was in Memphis, (jn his return Tuesday morning, he scut ceveral aieaaagea to OnLCtane, the purport of which whs an iimtation to meet him on ihe street, divested of his otlicial character, in order to give him BT.tiftfaCfion for whal be es ti eaaed to be an affront. We are in forme Lhat Dr. Harrington, who, after repeated solicitations, bore one of these communications, finally con sented to do so, with a purpose in his mind, when explaining to Col. Crane the intent of Yerger. to advise him net to go upon the streets, and that Pie did so, stating that Yerger was armed and that bis passions re grcatlv mrrnsincil ny Honor. rnfortunatelv there is no living wit-1 lies of fhis fact. BHt it is the state- i meal of Dr. Harrington, who is a truthful, kind hearted, generous man of peace, and w ould be the last per bnil nil .. .t Iji tn t.r. iI:ii.i iliv.... ivni -,il lt,e fust to Lvro :, fi.lW.mortJ from the honors of such a death, as overtook the deceased. Chief of Po lice. J-sTer, as will h$ seen by his tes Hmony, gave the same advice which Dr. Harrington had given, but un fortunately it was not taken. Strange enough the deceased did not, as a conservator of the peace, order the arrest of Yerger, notwithstanding his belligerent message, from the streets, nor did he prepare himself with arms for a deadly encounter, nor si ill did he keep out of barm's way. Th cause of his failure to adopt some precautionary measure is explained ia trie testimony of bier. A short tame before the latal meet i lag, he was on President street ex a mining, a side-walk which had been reported to him to be in a condition to need repairs. The parties met on the corner of State and Capitol sta. i We will leave what followed to the i !Hal 'if w itness.. L'viilence Before the Jaiy of Inquest. Immediately after t:Ve killing ol Col. Cram,, on Tuesday last, a jury of inquest waasammanctl by Mr. Ed. fisher, aeling as caioncr. The fal-lowi.-'i gentlemen' composed the jur : li I ..i,,lv. nf Jno. W. Rnbins-iii ' - ,., .. (' , llioni'i CT, . 11. li lilel'll t vf .r.' ' i..'.J m" ii. t.. ruin ci, o .... JOHN ir. J'.f'Ii. BWOBJI. Was standing 7inlcii's stoie, lu :i nl mi-tv words. loc.''cil uii I lie stuet and saw Col. Oi. 'it ttud Mr. Verger standing about i 1 fnehw a pint bulk m flies g slict lai.''g Don't know whcllitr V'crgi r h)(i at knife or wot ; saw a knite about bix inches long lying on (he floor by Col. ('rani "s body don't know w ho piekeil up the BniiV. Thinks Dr. CulwniM was talking with (.'ol. Vt r ger just before the allray coinmeiiceil. t'ol. Ur IM" was walking nfr the stictt ; Vcrgi r acenslcd bin ; don't know what he said. 'FIU)MAtj BaTiCSK, MPOBM. , . t l , ttas in lint rniiis neurit ;m;rv i wntits and the ( pression " (ioil damned cowardly poppy, and I'll pro i1 U in i.ourt. iccogiueil as V. M. Yerccl'o voice. Went to door. Vcrgtr fiud Crane were stand itig in Iron', td' W. J. Brow's gioccry store. Verge wu.-' aLTaing Crane, using very hard laiiguago, saitl Crane had lake ad vantage of .his alisenec. Verger was standing tvitb bi liauds on his bn ast under his coat. Crane said he had not taken uil vantage, m him ; he hmI vailed a reasona-Me time. Verge $-ah 1 want to ti ll von one thine: " voh ire a i..ni iamneii cowavdly imppy, i ( ranesaid : "I do not w-.i.'-t lo have anything to do with yon except idli- cialiy, and with a gestme of bis . hand, stinted to walk off. Vcri'i t stiirck his hand rudely and said: "take your damned hand out ot inv C. V . 1 1 ... i. i i ! ' ' ' UI" " laHgnage, w i-en Crane salt again : ' I do hat want any thing to do with yon. Col. Yet get1,, exsa-pt oliicially," and turned and started oil'. Verier caught hold of his arm, gave him a shove Rnf! said. ' go eon unniMrvi dog.' Crane struck back with tin ,i.ii... small cam- he carried, with the small end, striking Ycrger on the n?ck; cane But large enough to inflict in jury en anything. ll ben Crane struck Yrger his (CraneV) hat f.-ll down oter his face, Verger bnmedi jately ivtiiick him ait le a forte. - thinks hi' Mi nek Crane in ihe back lot sale, then put his arm around ! Crane and was trying lo cut him in the hack, about the small part of the iback Saw that Ycrger was going I to eat him all to piece's -did not I want to see it dune, so wrnf l?sck ill i to I he ban k. JAMK8 D. STKV. AIM', swi RM. Was sitting in the back end of iTiiylot's store; John K. Verger beehoired him to come out went to the front part of the store Crane and Yerger lolMng eacftedly. Cianc pwbs il Vctger flrmn him and then siniek oim (Yergei) si tit his ' SBsre - tin y both dim h d. Iaestfon. Ata you eeMafn tii.n Crane puebtd Vcrgci from htm In I far hi f Yerger) used any violent toward in nc ' Wiines.i Answered -Tliiil lie I war it poaitlvetjr bar and wonhi swear it anywhere; also said, he thought it pioper to stale to the I Jury lil.it I"; Hid Vcrgci were not on ' good tenuis -Mud net upokeu lot about a c.i r BstriBOK DOHXKLI., liV.'oKN Had been coaiiiiH dawn from din Her was in Ihe ice cream Saloon ; beard hmd talking; went out and saw Col. Crane and Yerger standing in front of Brown' store talking Col Yerger ll tailing Co: Crane l u.ir.uel Cwwtsdl; ." ,-r : , ! could not recollect all 1 e said. Col. Crane said he did not want any dilli i catty with him did lot want to have any tliinir to do with him. Crane seemed mixums to ' and a old a dilln nit . i ol iiway Cram I started to leavehad turned froui Yergaraid was anlkiag oil". Yergei caught Urune J Hie aim ami jerked h:ni nronnd. Crane then struck Tenter wit h a Mnall cane he had in his band Verg r struck Crane with a knife, tanked as il il was about as long as his (DonneU'".)- hand and about an inch Aide. Colli parlies came tAselbct and came HcnMing Inwards where be see ail dffra j as he the bank and came stood. Did not went back into back at a door fattier fioin the nartice : did so be ' uiso he was afraid ('mil Blight draw a pistol and commence Bring; did not see Crane have any pistol or n capon of any lie in i jltIi t have gcr struck at kind, but supposed one. lbongM er- m. Verger, with a abarn edged in Crane wrfh a knife strament. mmniiiti riIImI .Urk snme three or live times (haft !.? saw. 7iT. IVr.71TOI.71 BWOK.1- Testified only as to the wounds certain they caused his death; did net see the afi'iay. &KOSGE s. gkkkx, SWOSM. 'as in the bank heard angry worth, loud talking, iS:e., vent to the door, saw Col. Crane and Yerger talking, Yerger calling Crane a cow ardly pappy, &e Crane said he did not want tt have anything to !t with him. did not repaid. Yerger used other very hard language Crane seemed anxious to avoid any difficulty, and1 lamed and started to have Ycrger; Ycrger caught him by the arm and jerked him round to wards him ; Crane then straeh Y'er :er with the small end af his cine; Yexger then caught Crane and com menced entting lii in or cutting at him. Crane backed into the store ol W J Brown, straggling w ith Ycrger; after Crane fell, witness went to the , , , . . . . . , . , , r ueiwein urane s legs; inoagui it was about six inches long, not quite as wide ae hi two lingers double edged. The cane Crane used was a small cane a rattan -not. large eaaBgll to inflict any injury on Yer ger; .Jonn jv. l erger pieknl up the knife that was lying between Crane's legs. D-R OB I FT, SVfTiRX. Did not see the entting testified SS to- the Wonnds. Certain that one af the wounds would cause death; the ether might also do it. ROiTF.RT tSLEB, SWORN. Yas at Mr. Crane's office in the forenoon. Ceorge Y erger came to the office, called Crane out into the hall; heard them talking, heard Crane say, In would not leave his of fice to see an.T one. Some time after George Yerger left. Dr. Harrington came down to the office. Witness introduced him to Col. Crane; sat talkkig a few minutes ; Harrineton asked Crane if he had a private of Wce ? Crane replied that he had not, but weald have one as s ion as the new clerk's office was fixed up. Dr. Harrington said be wanted to see Col. Crane privately. Crane took him into the United States clerk's office. They stayed there some time, when Harrington left and Crane came back into his office and said, Yerger wanted him (Crane) to meet him on the street. Witness told Crane not-to go on the street. Wit ness thinking there might be a diffi- I cnity Vt on his pistol. Crane. toUl ... .ov -.,.;,, , ,v.f,i ...... ... . , ...ui .i.nc was going to be no trouble. vaxva ; :tt down to write a letter, saving that he was geing to Uead qnartes as soon a In? sjivii tiuough ; i that iieaUri fiad to get a bottle of .lamaiea 'linger for a man w ho was ; sick. Witness stayed at the Mayor's office until nearly one o'clock, w hen ho went home for his dinner. While 3t diuer was informed that Co!onl ('rune I. ad been killed by Verger. Went BP to Yerger" house and ar rested hi.'t ; 'put with him to head quarters, i'ro.'i Bw Verger was ta ken to camp by so'Uers. Witness was in.''ii'n;itl thai John K. Verger had the k.'dl'c with which ''ol. Crane had been kilLd : was told i.- ...... ,.,. 1... .......I.l- ... irnnl "- "v usi , .,, alter it; met tjeorge cr r nutl i . .. . r , ' went with him to .lidm K. eru"r : 1 .. . , , , , ,. h ' ; George Yerger teM John K. Yereei' J that he might as well give the knife .... ii , ... ..-. , , 1 ms which he am. V te.ss urodueed : tl. Ibrft-A l,r.. ;,-. dk. CAMTSM, SWORN.- ! n nnesa met K. M. erger m the forenoon. Yerger told Iihii Ste hts i locations considered eligible and pro bad challenged Crane ; Yerger told I per, we are induced to inako this i w itness that the least Crane would I public call for bids for a new location : get on with was a good cursing. Yer- jot' the I&une. The bills should state ' ger then pti'cd up bis sleeves, took ' off bis uold bun.."s and gave them to w itness, tolline-him to Lfu them for him. Witness left thou, at t!o drst store. Witness also testififu to the wounds: thaicbt both were fa till wounds. Were reHSiiei hv m two- edged instrument as the ribs on both sides were hacked. TliOfrgtr .bc knite before the jury, taken from Jno'. K. Verger, was such a one as would make tie wounds. MAUULS BARKSDA1.E, SWOBS dame out of Clarion olliee and met Col, Crane, passed, him with usual! sviliiiiit.iiuw sand wen iiitn ilmnn haUv . ,4,di. Uieie h"'iid some one say, " l on are a liamncd puppy, ran out with Mr. Thomas CerteBf aard George Green; saw Col. Crane and E. Ycrger standing near each other. Col. Crane said, "You are drunk and had better go home." .Mr. Yer ger said, " 1 am not drunk, and. want to tell you that yoa awe a akatned poppy." Col. Crane said, F don't care for you and w ill not have any thing to do with von." Yerger said, " I telegraphed to you not to take advantage, of me during my absence,'" at the same time shaking his linger, don't know which hand, in Crane's face. Crane said, " I did not take advantage of you," and made a ges titTC with his hand. Ycrger said, ' take your hand out ot my face you damned cowardly son -of a bitch," at ihe same tune striking ( lane's hand .1..,, ., 1 .Ill . I 'I l.-r..f y ou and don't want to have anything tn do with yon except oflicially. At this lime witness iiottecd that Mr. Yerger had his right hand in his j bosom. Crane turned Ins bark to j Yerger and fool one 4el ;i stieet. Mr. Yerger pushed biui and said,' " Co, mi damned dog." ( ol. !rane tr healed round and struck Col. Yer ger with a walking slick, and then! clinched, anil Mr. Yergei drew at knife and commenced culling at j Crane. Mr. Crane caught .Mr. Yer sser'aacm and held it awhile; they were s-tiil Struggling. Mr. Yerger jerked his arm away and struck Crane m the back, at this I iuie Crai o banked into Urosvn's store j the par ts kI i Bugled just iaaide of i he doar. Witness could see uotliing hut the rM of tbe partie. Crane ti ll and Y,-.- ser.nwT rw' . I '? knife at Crane, Baying, "Near, you; damned dog, you si ruck me," or, " what did you strike me for .' Wit in ss could not identify the kuil'e--i- did not se, it except in rr. YeFger's 1 bands, - at the same tune tbsmebt it Was a " ihug " knife. GEO. GRKE.V, ItE f'AI.r.r.O. Was shown tho knite taken from John K. YOBger. Witness said, it , eras like the knife which he saw lying between Vane's legs. Could not I swear positively as to ils being the same knife, as it had been in others' possession, and he only saw it lying on the" Hour, hat he thoagbt it was the same. I'tNliIXG OF THB .irnt. Stutr of Mitiippi, Gftifnf fftadf. 1 We, the anderatgaed, a jury e-t in 1 quest, being srrmmoned to view the ' boijy of Joseph Cr. Crane, find that j he came to his death by murder, in ! rlicted HUoii biM bv llie nf C j tbe citv ot Jactseu, county and etate alaresabf, on this the 8th day Pt June, A 1). 1S09. Coote Lombard, Foreman, 0. A. Brougher, Jno. W. Robjnson U. 0. Fuliner. James M. McKee, W. II. II. Green. Dr Craft, Dr Bert half, (Surgeon ol j the Post.) and Dr Carter made a post ' mortem esamiMatron, The jury examined the Bjrl y ol i Col Crane, bu t 1 on ml no wc:p-on upon it. In connection with the foregoing, we reproduce the following f a-tract 1 from an article in the niot newspa ' per iclating to the affair; ''The Ireart-rendiHg srene. which 1 oeewered at the spot of the tragedy w hen the young wile ol the mur deied man came and threw herself upon his prostrate, lifeless and bloody form, and in piteous wails cried out, 'Oh. Joseph, speak to me f 'Say that yon are not dead I' 'Oh, God I what have I done that my dear bus band should be thus snatched from me f was indescribable. The crowd looked, and silent ireit uinicst tears with the bereaved w ile ! She was borne fraar the spot, almost a ma niac, amidst the sympathy of the en tire gathered population. "While we all regret most serious ly the occurrence, we say most p Lively, the people of our communit.? cannot be held responsible, morally, for the rash act And when in pub lic or private we drop the tear ot re gret over the sad occurrence, and mourn with deep sympathy with the bereaved wife of the fallen, we can not forget the family and relative of l he unfortunate, maddened man who so far forg.it his duly to himself and to society as to commit the rash act Mr Yerger, having been arrested, : now in the custody of the military atrthorities. Col Crane was Chief Commissar? M' the 4th Military Distiiet, and in iaddition toother duties, was filling j the plaice of Mayor of this city, by order of the District Co inlander. On Tuesday night 1mm remains were sent to 7)ajtoa, Ohio, where he tor merlj resided, and where bo has children al school. Thither his af j flirted Wife has proceeded to join her i kindred, carrying with her the sym ! pathies of the common ay - The trial of Sir. E. M. Yerger was j com fenced to-day at 11 o'clock, be ! fore a Military Commission now sit I ting in this city. Messrs. WjF. Har ris, fallen Andersen and Win. Yer- ; r n..., ' yi -yt" " KT 7? - . ijoinmission aiijouineu to & o clock, this dfternoon, in order to give Mis prisoner time to cousult with his counsel. Clarion. A Wow Hciiu for Cnr Orphans. ! The people of Mississippi are gen- I Cinlly aware that by a late decision l of the United States Court, at dack- .sou. we h-.tTe lost our title to the Lamievdale Springs property, w hich ! I lias been used by us for three years I past as a home lor destitute orphan I jCiiUdren. We are iu eonseoiieiiee of 1 i this Ju in km, theretbre, eompeifed to ; do one f three things: :s must either abandon the Institution alto gether, and tan tfcwe cbrMren out , , , , . , j- pay the original owners ol the pro- 1 '. n ... , riertv more money than we think we CLxa i, iwinii ; r i I...,,,.-;,.,. rrt i... llltiai .sv in iica iwawvn m iin- . .....i..i.. Home. we. c.ei uieiaiiei ..tireina- tive : and as we have received com luunieatioiis from various portions of the States catling our attention to J among evfher facts, the following : 1 st. I low msek land can be secured as a donation, ami how much can be purchased adfoininx it, and at what A 'ill! description Of the llllld j 111V sLould b? given, kind ot boh, now much timber and how much pn land We shall seed at least 32 acres; even more than .''.his would be Iwni ea.1 ili. ."d Whether the. community V7'U assist, and how much, in erecting the j j necessary hrrihSigs. Al.SO give price ! i Ol llllI.IICI . 3d. What are the facilities for reaehincr the narticular lOt.irlftv. and how lar irom lilroad station 4th. Is the land well watered; nnet how vvoultl the Home be supplied with water from springs, wells or cisterns. AH communications upon the sub ject should be 'addressed to Rev. W. 8. Webb, Secretary of the Execu tive Committee, at Crawfordsville, Low ndes county . Miss. W. S. WuBB, &vrV T. J. 1UPREK, s. P. Kenxedt, J. H. ('AHOX, ti, ll'. llAKT, Executive Com. For all forma of diarrhoea, use R I) It. i It II It ro.ds und rjuiets the stomach, j 11 II R, ej.-ellciit for cryin babies j for children, while teething, use It D a Voir can bar a lull suit of Cass'- S mere at r.iney's ready made for il STRAYED OR STOLEN, IHOM the MibcrUa: , nn 1 lie 5th ti ii y . HAY HOUSE, Jf I1 i.f .Itiiif. D UK . huKti MaU.S I'll, nf fey car i:ice. U .-.i t'ttiiv Ui-e-utd: in i;fit i-i.i V. W. o LEARY. SUamn .lime 7. IHG 2i'.ir Brookhaven Marblo Worko, tBB00KHAVN, MIIJ?. II. K 11 1.1 tit. l'roro ii ioi . I1NUMKNT1 Ttnlit. HentlHt'-ncM, Mmtl.. All onlfiH inoniut'y Htte;iJ.tl rtli. a 11. I. T- mi30if, Af tit, nt ,i. V. I itrliuti m rarnit rd st- .Inn" H If C.ujt"ii, Mi h JHATltlEI M.tiiitf.ti ttrtt PAPER ,1 tfc WO IDs. h nrii Vi)ilctttk DEALERS, ilelu SIMaUsemcnts. NOMDAY, the alh day of Jalj, 1869. . 1 1 A A II I Pi expose to public sale, to the highest A-Ll 1- V 1 . ; m.ler, for cash, at the Court I louse door, :-u the city of Canton, the fol lowing described lands, or so much and sticlr parts of the land as are , ,,,! COJVNAUCrH ION, 1)K. SURGEON SPECIAL, or i-oi isvii,m:, ky El AHIIIVtU AT Till: PEARCE HOUSE, Canton, : : : Tf rsissinpa, WHERE HE CAN BE CONSULTED FROM JUMi 8T11 TO JUIYOT, (One Month Only ) ConsurRptlaiT, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, CANCERS, ASIl ALL DISEASES OF TIIE HEAD, EYE. EAR, THROAT, EEAHT AND LUNGS: !M l.fBlXG Female Diseases. TESTIMONIALS. Trea ihe Holly Sp: injri Reporter. A Cnncei of Nine Years Stnniliiig Cdrrd Iiy Dr. Coiinnnghton. Hollt 6nusa. tttes., M.iruh II. 1819. Dr. CoNNAl3liTO -ur Sir: In accordance with my promi.a (voldftfitriijf made) I will (rive you l he icsult of Ihe oprration roe performed on '. the 2d in-tant. oa ie CANCKlt. locited on my I f.ice near my lelt BOaU-11. Neai the coiner of ihe ooitri I lind1 a oncer winch had been coming for .Vine EVort, gradually extending over my face, and was Kit-ally annoyed with painful npprt-heaaions. aa to what wee its j cilaracter, or what it would turn out to be. The i-mrer ions there, and il waa greens. 1 called on you who took it out with tint alight piirn , stiniptra- . bieto a pin tciatcb. It wa dreeKd aa you direct e l. and within six daya it dropped oot and is now e-ileg well . The eperetioa was performed with i skill, dexterity and judgment, and I feel grateful to you for yoor success, l ean, with coefiaVaee, II I ill ail ad your fteatment to the i-ffluted far any ol tlic .pecial.tie-s you profess to cure. The Doctor has the cauo r In eeaVaat. w liich can be seen by ealliag on him at Hi BcSaeier leeaal Veiy leiiaectfalty, yoaa fiiend. W. li CsaTxesreear. Uol.l.v SiMie.GS, Mc .1 Maich 31, lSliO-: t We certify that at Hie reejust o( w. II. Crilten den. E-q , wu ionked at tlic cancer on IiU face be fore lie placed liimself under Or. Conumightou's treatment, t was about the aisa of a silver half dollar. The same dr.v on which ire Haw it1, Dr. C. began bis trealnut. KI--I.OCH Paixokbk, (.'. N. Scat'Yi.tii. Dr. Co n n ii r; !rt ' ii--n Itemarkablc Cure. The Holt j- Spiings Afcnsrne, Rpealttag eti the same sarjett, i-ays: " We publi.h elaewbere in to day s It. jimter a certificate of a remarkable cuie of cancer peifoimed nn our citizen. V. II. Crittan den, E-q .. by tbfc ilinlinuisbed physician and aur geon. Dr. Connanttliton. At the request of Major Crittenden . we lookrd at Ihs cancer before lie placed himself under Dr. Cm tieitmcnt The can cer li.is been cured. Letter from Mr-. Irene Ileiiderioii, of Mnt-ltalt Cosnty, MUnisM'ppi. Du. Oonsai'GIIton Nighty Etteimfd Fiirnd: I have been ; teas and Milere mom than a him see death with di-ea-r two-tliird-i of the !a sees are ; fit cted with T liaifabaudbieij doctoring, and wa-i prcnonuced iiicur .ble : and. hearing of, e' '"u,"'"u ...v... i Ij : . i.,..,, .. - I eminent ?kiil had restored. 1 waa induced to eare folly peruse your circular OS both sides. Throngb y"!ir circular and the influence of severs my lauy irit-niH, i oecame coiiviacc-u iu.n you in ... ne a phjalstafl of extraordinary attainment-. I visit ed you at yciir office, in Holly Savings, and scon real z-d everything stated hi your circular, and by my lady frienda I issslved t try yon any how, though other fi lends, in their ini-guiil -d kindneaa tried to dissuade me from dttsgao. You appeared to he extravagant in your charges, but rsgsvdiesa of expense, 1 engaged treatment. 1J ' '' kindest, cheapest, and be t Doctor. that I ever met, for yon huve so psrfectlV cured me. thc.t I feel ten years yonneer, aud-iu u weld. 1 j sss a new woman ; 1 lmd spent SfiOO with oti.er I aSetsrs who did uot relieve or cure me. I consider j any Aissnss yon escsjot cure, tncarable. With great regard, - Mtta. IkkSk rTssnxaaow. 1' 8. sfrs. C. M. be-s tn-bo retnerabered Undly, 9n( an)J pi10 ja jn.,roviiig very f.i't She says sl!: of your lady patients, o far as she his i.earo, are well pleased and Ini Sean's. Fiom J. II. Thorpe, IMiirithall 1'onnlVt Misi.issii.pi. J 1 !a. CnsNAvr.BTON- Dear .Sir : I placed myself i ' under your scientific treatment, over six week. ago. I had beeir-suffering, from infancy w.tll a disease j I of my ears. c.Hed 1 j" my physicians KKRV0US ! DEA1'SK3S. (batfroaru, ssasing, hissing. and I all manner of no ses in my kars. My Scaring was j j impaired to such an extenr. tTinflwas Wood to j ns a trampet to hear at all. My tars bad been I treated by the best physicians of this county, but ; resisted the siiill of all their remedies. I applied your treatment as yon directed, and ; nw, after six nrack', I am delijthted to Intortn yon i that I have dispensed with the trtrmprl. and all the noires have cca-ed. and my general health is greatly Unseated, f straB ever consider myself under a j ssbt of grnrituie to yn for restoring my heuriog. Your ssseers fuend. .1 . U. THORPR fnix cf Consaruptioii. l- roin Mrf, H i; e, of t'arroll Coanry, M :ssis.ippi. 1-, CsfVK rBtirOJ" - Tfir .StY : timnk. fu; l )fti Itfl 1 1 it? ;i " ml 1 'Mii-rit jron rmiferrtd i n m, i ii t "i ii :i dut; 1 nvvo to yow nud 'hf pah lit, I - (sj.vf .i '!i "t ttatfmeut ot my di cusr, Aiid Ht irri! ivim wtoce I c. t5rr.-td CXN VHP TION : tii"li " raj'twUy idin d :fty :iltl 0 Imt 1 w.i DsMBpelled I i n"it ut-i.rf'-it: t' ny & OKsHc dtit ' Th'cr "t iitf l-trt (-Sy-U-i ini nf IsUr coun ty trrntrd raa WH-trv ;r-W. w Uiattt tsrfittiiig uii-, rm. vm tel. tag me tiai I had c hh m n to m ( ai.d iN.it ( t mar, muld be di.o fr n, tXept win' rtte und d.tm;j iniKht Brcitmplish. Prim imkistjpi 1 w nt nmlt'i yur WrtWMBt, I hatf gakutd J;ftiri jniv-yrl, ami uii rihti eniiii; HuplM tin. ny l.i llir daoi&f '-'li uml itaparl l.i 1 I on rn, rrjji liiliy. H. U UiSM Csrn.n Tax Sales! Tax bales ! ! BY VIRTUE of the statute in sueh cases made and provided, I will, on herewith published opposite the ;'" each dclinquct tax payer. i as will pay the amount ol taxes due by then tor the year 1868, and all j jeosts and charges thereon, all of i which property is in Madison coauty, j I Stnie of Mississippi: j je?se Atc-iell Lot 'J and '.' ,ec 3'-'. T I li, R 1 , I K; S I S F, i ami 13 ni-res off S em! of N i ' W S K , and all S W J. H of 11 creek. . I Sec 4, T IB; It :i K. KJ and Sj X 1 and 1T1 X Wi Hec T T Hi, 11 .1 E." VVJ of KJ and WJ ec 8, T 10. U E. N.V See 27, T in. K 3 K. NB Sec 18, T 10, It 3 Ei amount due. j $00 :14, ami all costs. Mrs M .1 Ave.ett Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 nnrl lej?2 5 : acres ( If W side lot 4. Sec 12. t 10, ft 2 K. ! N Wi. N E I nod NJ HJ N WJ Sec 14, T 0, It 2 E amount due, $9 54, sad all costs. - . ., R Alsoi Ei X E i and XJ X WJ, Sec i 2j, T 1 r, It :-; E; amoaat due, &ot and ! all cosis. r A-'hley EJ Wj See 3, T 10, It BE; "amount due, 72 cent.-, n:ij all costs. Green Allen EJ S E Sec 13, T 11, R 3 E ; i amount due. 72 eta, mid nil costs. Mrs Amelia House and lot in Canton ; am't due, il cts, and nil cert?. Alellia Anderson Lot aad resilience in Can ton: amount due. and all coals. Est. J 7 Rrown 30 ncirs oT Y side of Ins i 6, 7, 8- ami Sec i l. T 9, It 1 W; lot 5. Sec- ' 2, T . R i BT; E i X EJ .Sec 11, T 9, R V i Wj Si EJ 8 E nod W S EJ anil Wi See 1J, T !l. It 1 W; NJ See 1J, T 9, tt t Wj am't i due, $26 85, and all costs. 15 B Burnett SJ EJ S EJ Sec 9, T 7. R 1 E. WJ N EJ, less 25 "acres E of road. EJ X W J anil S WJ Sec 10. T ?, E I, E ; amount i due. Sd 25. and all costs. E-t. James Brown EJ El WJ Sec 22. T 9. ! It 1 E. W hf Sec 23. X"V or Sec 26, X E j qr Sec 27, all in T 9, R 1 E. Lois 9 and U'i Sec 17, T 10, R 1 E. W hi N W qr Sec 19, T 9, It 2 E; amount due, $33 75, and all costs. A. II Brasilia!' 25 srrcs off '.lie XT end of X W qr, Sec 3-, T 7-, R 2 E; amount due. S2.25 j and all costs. P E Barns W hf S E qr ami S W qr Sec 3-1 E hf S E qr Sec 4 ; W hf N E qr and X W ; qr See. 10', all T 8, It 3 E ; amount due, j S IJ 65. and hII costs. Heirs W A Baldwin X W qr nod 3 W qr ! Sec 2 : X E qr and E hf of E- lif of X W qr, 1 and X hf E hf S VV qr Sec 3. ail in T 1). It 4 E. and S W qr Sec 26; S E qr and E 111 ' 5 W qr Sec 27 ; E hf and E bf W l.f Sic i Sec 34 ; all of Sec 35. all in T 10, R 4 It ; Amount due, $52 95, and all costs. Mrf Eliza Bole S hf W bf X W qr and W j lif S W qr Sec 29 ; S lif E bf X E qr. and j E bf S Eqr Sec 30 ; W 111' of W bf S E qr 1 Mag W o? road. Sec 31, all in T 10, It 4 j K. Amount due. $6, and all costs. II K Berwick E lit X W rr Sec 12, Til,' R 5 E. Amount due, $1 25-, and all costs, i Mrs E C Boa tic Lot and resilience in Can too. Amount due, $12, anil elj costs. Qeorj Blacteon House and lot in Canton Amount due. $5 65, and all costs. I Mcl Beard Residence, 2 aerea. and shop and 3 acres, Siiaror. A-monnt due, $5 50 ' and all costs. J C Beiilhall Residence and shop lot in ; Sharon. Arno-nt due. $6 15. and all costs, j Est. J T Rell Lot No (l and residence in ! Vernon. -Amount due, 45 rts, and all costs j : A r. lingers r. lit a r. qr and 33 acres o!T South end E lif S W qr Sec 22, ai.d ! S hf, les 39 seres off S end of E hf of S E qr Site 23: X bf and W lit S E qr and S V xr. !esp, S W rr and W bf'X V I qr Sec 23-; N hf and S Ti qr, and E lif S j W qr, less X E qr, and E bf of S 15 qr. j all in T 8. II one (I) West. Am i I doe. $2 1 69. and nl! cost? Eit G V Campbell All W lif S of road. Sec nS all of N hf Ijlnr; S of lTrons rills road, and S lif See 29, F bf S t5 r add S 2 qr See 3n. Vf bf N W qr See 33, all in T 3. K 1 W ; S lif W bf S E qr Sec 39, W bf N K qr and W hf E lif K W or See, 3 , W bf N B qr See 3t, all T S, BF2 V. Amount due, SHI SO, and all cost a. Thos CoUittS heirs 5 of lot K. sec 1". t 10. r 2 K; j e hf s e qr see I t 10. r 3" e ; J s hf w hf n w qr and n hf w hf s w qr sec 25 ; 5j n hf e bf a c qr and w hf s e qr pro t 11, r 3 K. Amount dm, 00 and hII costs. John W Ccmhf! N K 'jr sec 18, t 8, r 3 e sVmoaiot dve, $7 4W md alt costp. A B C :Tiin23 N hf E bf tec 361 if, r p. Amonaj lue, $1 20 and all ensts. Thoa Coaipton Int 1 pec 25.. t r 1 e. Aninum, du, 75 cents atid bll rosts. Est Starkey Collin? W hf, lens 3Jlacrps ofu w side, hf w hf s e qr and a m qr, le?3 30 Rcrps nut nf w Bide spc 2 , 50 ncrea eff w sideof w hf w hf ppc 2 : c hf sec 3 ; n e qr, less thai pnrtioa e rod, and e hf n m qr ?( 10 : w hf ii w rr, Ipts ttcfrs off n w corner . w hf n w rr, tM s w qr I W of cr?ek. sec it ; w hf n w qr sec 14; ti r qr se all in t It), r 4 e ; n e .r aod c hf s e qr gee .14 , w hf n w qr sod p hf ; tec 35. t IT, rncKc 1 s : amount due, $34 50 : and till cos's. m Carson'a heirii S hf lot 2 and Iot3 7 ! and 8 sec 1, n hf w lif n w Jr pr,- l'i. all in t 11, r t p : amount due, $4 20 and at costg. Cratin" & Co--S K or sec 15, n w qr. pre 23 j all iti t 10, r 3 e : itmouot due, ? 1 50 and i ; all copts. ; A V Clnrk Tovprn lot in Camden, 2j :icres: ainnnnt due, 75 rnts and all ensts- Mrs B J Cross Residpnco nnd pigbt acre. j in Sharon : amount due, $3 28 aHi' all ; coals. ; A B ('roweM's heir? All cf pq 5 find" in , acres, Livingston : amount due, $12 and j all costs. jj J Crane ot, residence, and eight acre? ! in Mitdisonnille : amount due $1 50 and all costs. Est J P Dawson I? hf n o qr, n hf s e qr ! sec 29, t 8, r 2 w : amount due ?3 45 and i all costs. i Es- Thos W p . vm -W hf w hf pcc 31. t 8 i r 2 v : amount dt p, 40 nnd :!t costs. ; Dennian hirs W hf n e qr, les? 18 ncrt-s i nut of s e corner, and n w qr Rtd' ?i af g hf see 1, t 7, r 2 e ; lot 2, less 2tf acres out n edd, pbu 7, t 7, r 3 c : amount due $12 60 and all costs, i .Taint" A F)inkina W lif n w qr and 12 acrp. of n -nd w hf b w xr sec 23, t ff, r 3 : j nmount due $2 85 and all costs, j Mr 3 A 8 naughtry 4 aeres off tbe s w Cor ner hf s w qr sec 4: s hf n e qr nnd p j e qr and p hf l w qr pec 5: n o qr nnd v ! hf n w qr see 8 ; u w qr t(c all in t 8, r 3 e : amount due $21 75 and all cos's j Wesley Prar.e--W bf of w hf sec 29. p hf. less eight acres, and e hf a w qr sec 30, hf of 30 acres off n end of o hf n e qr ?ec 31. all in t 0, r 3 e : amouut due ?25 05 and all cost3. Roht Doyle V hf j ff qr sec 2 ; w bf n j qr sec 3 e bf and e bf of w hf Sf-c 19 ! w hf ol w bf sec 11; 18 acres '-ff the n i w portion tv hf n w qr sec 15; 73 acres, ; beiii v part ff n end of e hf n e qr and part off n end of e hf w bf I e hr s-c 10. i j all in t 19, r 3 e : nmor.iit due $21 60 and all costs. (Divine k Kichol3 -S bf e hf . e iSr ?ec 8. ! i t 10, r 4 e: amount due bK ceiifd and li C03ti. i i Arao3 Drauc, f m c HouP d ni C.n ton : an ount due $19 und n 1 ni-itt Mis Minnie Dinkins 30 feel nut nf tbe a ! end of the e hf lot 1, sq (i in Cauiou : amount dtie 90 crnti and all rostf . M.J3 Sydney Daru Hoiite out lot in Can inn: amount due $1 59 and all costs. . Dunn A (jHtf ird Mill tot, &c. in Camdeu j amount doc $5 li !ilid all costs. IWilliata Ktlwards. 7. hf n 8 qr and e bf w i bf n w qr tK 23. t 1, r 3 e : amount due $tj 69 and atl costs. Est Jno Swing Lot nnd i.--idfncfi in Can -ton : a tnoH I due $10 ?0 Rtid nil costs. : ) M Fa! ton Lots 3. 4, 11 mm! 12 sec 1 t; nr sec 12, all iu t 9 r I tv ; lot 5, brnpeh, ana lot cept thnt porti ir p of sen f , lots 1. 2 .I. !; w bf e bl" n e qr and w qr sco '! all in t ! (J. 7 and 8. Fee ti, v lit 11 qr and n i . r 1 e; i 1 1 s 7 a 1. u i SS; a'l in t in r 1 ; 1 8 sec 31: lot s hf hf a e r 2 e; s hf I 8 sec 1 less 1 1) aei ee, see 24. 1 'j . tr and 1 1 a ir ec iff, all nff por ol ' nt I 9. r 3 i.l rr.i- ainiuiiit . t 4 sii .1 2S ac ilnr. S:i:i 9Ti and nil cnais. Ksi. FKEBLY fllELAND. SE qr pre 2:i Sw ijr rxi-'-.pi lltui portion lyinsr S of road bm tt, ! hi sM 2: nil ill TT, fi IS. Amount du $IH sud all Basts. I P I'll till r. Lola II nnil t sec 1. 1 10 E 2 K ijj'. ml .l.ir VII"'. .ml nil li K l ;.ck' Hir. K hi NK K hf NK I qr and U hi NW q and til hf U hf sec ms! S. SB qr nr 12. Kh 13, K lit. lufs 2 ' n out of W Bid; uf W hi. SF qi and K hf NW qrfen 24 all in T 11. K 3 ft ; W hf BW ,r .-no 17, N VV qr and S hf urc 18, W hf NF qi nnd NW .p- ud VV hf SW qr sec 19. alt io T n, R ST 8. Amount due 2j 85 and u1! cofita. Ks' of Boon Flefc5er, W hi KW or and N M W hf 8W roe 31. T IS. R 3 E; NB qr and K hi NW qr and N uf W ht SE qr and hf E ttf SW qr c 29, I 10. RB; N hf VV lit KE qr and NW or m c 22. 2d acres off NW corner of E hi A V qr a- d VV Jrt SW or Fee 22. all in T 9, ti 4 K; Lot 1 W of H line, all K oT II line, and lot 1. and N hf of 2 of B iin-. 3 hf NW qi ..-c ?., T ll. R t K Lots 10 and 11 K B line tec 21. T 'J. U ii E ; .S ht fee U . mtn 7 and H K R Haw Pmt 2 T it, R 5 I- . W hi NW qr me 30. T 12, R 5 E. Ailiout du-- $-.'1 75 and all co.-ttj. Mrs A M Pord, K bf SW qr. to 2'; acno oaf of E Md ai4 11 ttcrec ff ihe NK port foe. W hf SW u nsc 31. T 1j, R i r. Attoaul i'uc $1) nnd all oahIs. KrHici t Fancett. W tt' NF qr cr T Iff. R 5 K. mnonl doe $7 35 aim all co-t. Eetjrte nf W .i-h Kurd. K hf and E hf ol E hf NW y si c26.T II. li fi H A mod at dor ii 3 ai d -.tt eotita. Joel Goad. VV ht S qr eve l$. T 8 R Z W. Amount due $1 o aad aUcAMii J A ( lun-r. S hi W tif NK qr and VV bf SE qr nnd E h! VV hf pcc 31, T tt. Ii 2 VV. Amou.it $ ' 75 and all cost. .Jam Qravrs, S bf VV lii SW qr sec 34, T 8. II jVW. Arao'rt dii" $1 Tr and all cdMs. W,lilam Greenwood Heirs, SE ftr and hf Sw C FCC 23. N 1.1 W hfSw qr sec Z VV hi NK qr and Nv qr and N hf ic 5o, T HI, R 5 E. Amount due $W 2Vad til e st. VV V George, trustee. VV hi Sw qr pec 21. W h Nw qr Ptt 19, ill in T 1!-, R E. Amowfil dne tl 4r .nd all cost-. Ren Garre L. f tn c. Lol aad- r'eHdeoce ij Cai ton. Am ant due ?f5 SO a-id all cos f, U S VV Gafford, E hf Sw qr tee 27. T 13 K 5 E; I,'.t nnd rej-kleaee in t." nnd u. Aaotral d:it $7 15 and h'1 co-ta. II 3 V Uenderaoa fleira. Nw qr andl S hf pec 17. Ne qr nnd S h1 pcc IJr, E hf ec 1? seren acres off the Sw cornet of Ne qr a id oc' acre, off Se uotuci ot Nv q, and S b( lea 20 acres out ot Ne corueT at' TSt acres N end W Hf of 8c qr and E hf Nw qr less 22 acre out ol S end and VV hf of VV a I Pec 31, all in T 8 R 1 VV ; Nw qr and S h Fee 25. E lif of E hf s"c 2i, Ne qr and E hi Nw qr 1) frig eat of diagonal line and VV bf qr and N nf E hf Sw qr pc 3". N hf W ht qr sec 'Mi. ;;M in T 8. R 2 W: 1ftt- 1 und 2 -q 1 and residence in C due $;27 yt t:d nil CoBls. moc-. A 331. j John Hancock. E hfSe qr icc 31 1 r I 2 W Amt due M2fi and ail- COrMu Mrs. HendricSft. S hf M 9w q sec G Tf I! 1 I . Amt doe 5'2.H) a:d silt coatw. F J Hill E bl Se qr and S h! w hi S qr and S bl E ht Se qra-c 10. w ht S v qr pcc 20. hi Nw qv and N hf w ht S1 qi and ti n acre eff the Nw c irn. r ti a hi w hi tm qr and m qr sec 23. h f ne -r and pe tfft ftt d e hf w hi tec 30. e li f sec 31. nw qr and tv hf sw qv fee 32. ia- T ? R I E. Amt due $0.tS and all cot. VV iiliiiin Hever. S hf w hf ne qr an w lif se qr and e hi w hi a -d e hf tv hi hrexcepi that pntina north of Ii 1! road set: 3. 8 hi lot 4 sec 6 all ot sec lo. all nf pi-c 15. all in 1 9 R 1 E. An uut dutf $ ;9 9J and t01 cost.-. I M Hovt. (Milch. 11 A. fefter. All of s c U w ht w ht sec 2"i. nw qv i-tc 9fr. n M and sw I qr s"C 2-S. 120 a; rei i tf s end ol 8 Ir. ."ec 20. ! ail in T 9 H i E. A Moan I due $4ti i?0 and j COftfl. j Es ate of A U Haddox. Lot i arc 32 jT ?H S E. Ann. nut diir jf. a?id ;md hll est. 1 Mi A I) Hoy. Nw q-i and w 3t ce qr and ht I e hf ae qr b kf e bl ne qr ate 5' T K a hi ; e hf se qr and w hi st qr and c bf s qr si c I 35. T 0. t- ht pw qr s c 3o, T 0. all in H 1 E ! AMoWDt dtirt S3, H 1 and c stu. ' Miss Dura Hoy. N bl c hi nt qr vc 12 T H li "Zri. tt 111 w hf se qr altd i. hi s qr a hi ne j qr a id nw qr sve Hi T 8 K 38. Amouni i due $1.75 nr. rlVcbvr3. i Mrs E E HaiIU. W ht sw qr tec 17 nw q nnd se qr ami ti acres off nc cnrtit r of K h. j iw qr Bi c IS, v bl Re qr sec 19 -tv q i s 6 i) I nil in T 0 ii E. Amount du - S l 2 ) n.'d i all wm4m Henr. Sl E w- n. E hr nw q- ec 3fi, i 0 r e j ( iil one b ii ini.:n--L br rtoldr ) Am' due $2 4ti snd all costs. I T lliek". VV hi sh ijr W t IT r e; p hi ol hit 2 hd 3 -q i in: 10, hi- 3 auJ 1 pq 11. lot. 1 and k2 qu.ire U. lots 1 and 2 i-qivar-1 It. in tharun, Aaroitnt due 55 i-nd- all costs-. S E H.uttii'S. LM 1 t I! rin-pej ffl l tt t -I e. An'ouot due S7 fcO'anii nil Cosls. Will in tn UenmiOgwaj, Sc qr I-ss Oliv cre; out ol south-east end si c 25; ne qr m'h 4 acres ot1 oi nv e. rnerpi-r tec 3d. all in t 12 r 5 . Am- nt du S- 8 I and all cn-t i 1 M Ht nry. S hi w h: Jrr qr sec to t 9. w. Amount du- $11 l i .ml ;il! co-ts. E N Hargnn. 1 vacant Ut. ni uhI--P-,(nc and v;:caui lot e ot I'r Tow ler' i ii Canton Amcuut dir.; 5il(i..5 at;d all costs II Harmon's In ir-. 1. Is 1, 2 :i and 1 q 9' and undit id d cjr of 2"f tn : ot lol J q 2 in Cm ton Amount dac SI 2.1 and all cost. Jacob Haiier. l"t and reeidenee 'm Ga- ton. Ani ut t ru-- $19.45 and all co-t. rridgelt Kanlelt. lot :tnrl' r'?.-ider.cc in Can ton. Amount due $'2 Ml and all Co!. Jessie Harvey, let and r pidence and ti a ri.--iu Sharon. Amou.v. doe iTD cent; and ;!! HoUooBa l' t ;md r-'dciicc and office in iflmron A menu I dale S'.'i and-:iW eostf. Hi. U A J tckatwt. K hlt s e qr s. efl.w hnll !w qr sec It-, e hall rrt I'd. nil in t 7. t 1 v. e half, except ih-tt poii'o i s of r ad. mc 24. all in t 7 . r I e;c b ,1: s se- 7: a tt qr sec 1. t 7' r 1 e. all of M it. J A ti S Ii li. Aniourt due J-10 Jn and all rosin Priley .tone n ha! e qr and e half s qr Fee 6. I 7. r 5 e: tv ball 11 e qr ml e half n '.v qr Pf-e T. t 8; all f SJ ( qr l int s ol mad ai.d e half s nr nr sec lit. I 9. v. hf p w qr hvs t3ai pftitted n of ihe! n.ad, sec 3. t It. all iu . 2 0: s bf c bt f e qr and hi s v qr tnd h t s tv qr se j 27.1 PI. r iV e; w hTs qr sec 5. I 7, r 2 e. Amooul due $ !30 and all ci.si. V M C .loni R. 7 aciTf off the s end of n e or Kin, of nt s of 1 nad. nnd Se qr. If es It acrt out Corner see '2 1: w hi nw qr sr-c 28. e hi and . h'S.t ht sec 2!. all in t :. r 3 e. Am i due $:H.S(i and all cosU. John la Jol;ps. tv hf ne or and d bl e hf se qr mil! hi si;.; 20 : ne qr nnd se q,r and s bf e 'll sw i,- see 35; W b t no qv and e h f LW and a hi' u hf se ir ami n hf e hf .sw qr eej .S1-; w hf DW qr sec 'AS. till iu t 11, r 1 e. A;incun1 diie SUl.fcaJ rtnd al! cocts. V V SenTttes, lot and residence in Canton Amount due $7 50 find Hi costs. W 0 ffeamey All of gee 13, lot no. 1 sec 17, w Lf e hf e lifand w hf e hf e bf and w hf g If f and' e Hf w hf see 21; w bf e hf e hf and e.bf s hf e hf s t? qr and w hf e K asd - hf w hf. snd 2H cres off e sido w hf s qr sec 23. all in t D. r 1 ; amount due $r.8 70 and ;ll costs. Mrs A F Knox N hf e hf ne qr err 31; s tv qr see 33. sll in t 11, r 4 e ; amount dne $1 05 and all cogt3. V .1 Kendall : Lot and residence and !4 f"Pt off c hf tv hf lot 1. pqr 2 in (?-in;od : nn'i due $26 SO" an.1, all CostC J Reely : Two houses and'h.ts in C.mton : niouiit due S'lO y8 nnd ;ill rots. T A .t J W binecOtnb: Ke qr W bf se qr dee 1, t S ; 1 hf o hf hp tje sec 36, t 10, all in r I ft: aotronnt due S'JS 65 and all costs. Ileirs of S H' banler : 9e qr, legs -10 .teres out n end see 13, e bf sic 24 all in t 8, r 2 ti lot n'. 1 sec 5, t 1, r 3 i; hf w hf h c q r and s hf s tr qr gee 7 ; hf e hf s e qr and w hf s w itr sec 13,' a hf n e qr a bf e hf n w qr nnd w hf n w qr and s hf see 19,- :ill of sec 2fT; lot 4 sec S3, all in t M, r 3 e ; hb or sec 2T, t 12, r 5 e ; amount due $0 25 and all Cojts. : Ii M Kiiiin r N W qr. I '10 sciea out S eud j and 22 acre 1 tl S end of N qr sec 12. 4 aeros c& the S tMi-t N' l.f see 12. W hi N' V qr spc Wi . all m T10 ' It 2 K ners fT the B end V bf N i VV qr arc 7. N" hi W hf X E qr see is. nil in X 9, If :: K Amount due Jii 70 and all esM. J ff. r-ou Love 14 screa ( ff X 13 corner af K lif S I V, tjr aeo 2C, X K fir and S lit X w or nd B-w dr see 24, W ht af W hf -ce f2, all 111 T !. H.1 K. Auwuiit d le tt3 M ard atl co-t. t;-it Thos LnntMptn - W hi B hf W hf s-w fr aee 24, T n. Ii IB. A'monnl die 90 cts and all ctU 1 Mis Jane 11 -VV hi S g qj- and R h S hf E h? S t nnd W h! S V qr end W ht S hf B lif S v qr sec 2fl, N K qv tin 1 S ht nee 27 W,-st l,t K qr mid 20 arras in N-- Cniawr spc 34 v; bf ?f K I qr, Ifri 2b arien "i t" X w rir. -, 34, W lif X I B ir and K w qr se-- ,V, I 10, li SB. AnuiUnl I due f'M so nnd all oaata. A S l,ri Lot nn& leaideaon 111 ("anion. Amount djaa lt Bi and ti e ata, Jasara I.tomi Sot ; nd residenc m Canton. Am I line J I I P iiikI .ill Ca. Irpvr, Dealer & f K id Elf X K qr and W hi X VI mr lind X-w qr and N tit' W hi .-w qr see t i ii u-a. Aiieiinit riiic 91 m an 1 an 1 U ibl HcAller K-w r. I mil Inn' SSS It, T H, K Irs lll.ll Mllll.-M I- .'ill" W. Anansl J'"1 ?3 ssd lllllS. ESMnod x iii r hi F. 1 t J TT.R IE: S hi Amousl sc tt M s I: ui tt, T 9. 2 B mill nil cost-. JanM I), ni i S hf f; r or amis lil li bf S w qr ll. W bf B ll! N W qi sad K 111 S w ill SB B lil H III fi-wqr rn u, nil nli IS. ail nf ass M. K hr E l.f ami N M w lit S K qrand w lifaie H, ! W hi N wqr..ri J". sd in T S. tt B. Am. unl 7:i -0-""1 """ 1 Mis It (I UiHire Irt 5 and S hf o (! 1 1 . w hi 1 R R aran IMr qsaea 1.. M X Rarssc Mall in i 10, B sc.. iaioaaadae,i3.9a atas aHaaata. II J McKee (Mrs M (')- a hr R hf H w qr sec I S I f K hi N E qi and W hi N F qr nnd s R qr arc 11. K iv qr ami N hf W hf S M qt und N bl S ., al in. Vl.vW la T i II -il'. :..ovir ! ia n-' aa Mis - H 3 Mnn- -3 lit VV hf fi w qr :.u-i M nqrw 14 'CiP. S K c'rnrr aj X nt h or ana w avi s : eul hi S E Ot. l'. $ hf E 111 V K qr :n.d all IT hf X t -n s w ,ir 11 . E hf rt K or m in T 0 Ti 3E. K l.I VV hi K-w qr t, I fr, I Am .t due t " lw nun an Bfiuicl Vagrnfrrr. VV hi VE- qr mr ?. t hf , ku 30 m ih out of T. -tde of fc hi N fiu,4fatai .10. TCr K a T IT. B iPMji nut W side uf the I. til ft-W at' I K -.1 spr M, W hf N w fir sec T all in 4K. Amount due 47 t. nd :ill i"wt. Ifo'R y Moorman, Sh'ff. 1809. Jurt 1 Hfitr bbfrtisctitcnls. t)r. C- M. A DAJfS, DENTIST. vr:' ilixen i.f aninn anil vii initv Miat . ..Her an 1 xiitrimrs .1 ipIt. yi-arn. Iip h'i ..i.Mied hsm Is staeili-tf 1 iitistry in its rarius. farssa. " i li irirsa rpiloix-il sr) that il iltay l. in isscs .fa'. Wink saarsswSe. Tjslsss. CaSK -DfTlt.. oer W. J. sftwbj 2 IV. Binj Store. Jttue s 1I.G9. gm. A. II. CAGK, rf. D'., BrrMrilt I )j lll'ssl. Canto. Til... Offi -i-, o.r W.J. M .May 9 by A Co'a KVsg Stors. sotice; rpiiv: rapartartaMb pxl.tlns irtwen lia. (iii 1 l..way .V Cape lias ven Amnlit)A. ss' ws WIStI u-lurn the cHiKSM "f CaMtSSS M'tj Tic'Sil our tlisitfca for th. very lib.ral pstipSfcss we bate I rv.-ri.rd. and rrspei'tttMjraoliett t eoottoOk. sf'- 1 ihe tirsr . a. a. cauk. ; iTEGAIKOTIO,, I. un Houtcn, Attachment in ttc vi. V Coittitr Coort c.r iTadT- Henry G. Traris. J ion coU:ltj, SUtv MissisRippi ; at tbe Bar f erm ttierof; 99, f..r i78 50. fTIHIS cmiie cominjr on to be fapard' at this - J. present term of said Cottrt, and it ap pea ring to tho antiiifartfmt rtier.r, on Mfidarit of plaintiff filed hrVi,i, that the said drfendaot, H. G. Tr-tti, hi a nai-nii dent of the State of MiisrrriW; tid' lhaf lij present place of residence- rannot tie b 1 snm planum ascenainen aner aitisfnt in quiry made by him. ft i t Here fore Sfdfctri- -nd d)ud:ed hy the Court, that puhlica lion he miide in the " Aiiier"irrh Ciuttn," a i.eafipRper puhlishrd in TSsc city of Caaioa, I hi ssrhj county of Mndtstm, onee eaVli wee, ; lor four succps.sire wn-ki, ctnmaDdinf the nuid H. G, Trarifi, to he nnd'app-ar" bt foro ; this Court, at the mx rpijnlar trra thrrVof, to hp held on (be 3d Monday 0f July next, ; IfiG?) at tbe contt hone fn rotid city of Gutaa, and plead to sard pUihtiTt action I of attachment as brought taerpih and iil'de I fault tht-rpof, judgment hydftult Will ttw entered ngainst biin for"! hi nmount of said" platntHPi deniand and all costs of siit. aad the estate attiiched in sitti.l, sold ;n sat--j isf.u-liou tlrerenf. Ordered further, that tbe J"ler1i of t fifsi Court do transmit by mit, tW ' hv sid II. G. Travi. nr the city of N'-ett j York, and State of New York', bis fat j Uer of residt-nce as known to ynid plaiatia m true cp of ihil ordfr. A true copy frorfr the minitt.a.. Attest : my hand atid'nenl of offirit. L 8 May 34, 18G3. M v 29, 18G9 . 8. 1, MOSSY, Agntt'.. li ojirn- Ladies' Furnislrilljg; ffouso l the slnvr rrcenrly f.rr: inl l.y (.fif'-llr-v ,V Vi'r m .11 wherr hm SnUI krr,V'rtTi.Uiillj m h.nd. a- 1 inl .1 s ir-rai-nt nf Fancy and Dress fioddsr fJ i he entire st'.rti i ww anl He -tail with '-in t.i th- wmtn nf the f,,r,-- and I:Vr.re- t-ilt it (lie li lawrinl nnth'i'iii of the cmnuy. Hit sWhIs tjMtM in piirt ol 2 Dry Goods, Shoes, Fancy Arti-cJle Notions, Ribbons, Soaps, Perfumery, Combs, DressTrimmiDgtf Hair miiea. &c, Sec- trKrk nf li. rr and Y.rolli'' K IS It A r't stt d r-y IJlr1 'if km-wn t-te. A uii 1 S Ef M I I', ill I.. oi fr i r a i, oti r rvr will )i" fcrni-ht d whi-n d-in-d. 1 rill ell my mm4a a, taw .ow-t liinp- jtti ftW (tot - .-u' dawn:) 4Sj ;.rtr M'lie"f!r!ai r mv it.uk wHIl t prtniiut yo.iis-i.M. I h tn a' WMtfclKd 10 m -x're-s.ly li.r' tad;, wtiicb tin y w ill ti 11 il ctar aaatil aa place al r tf alttt Ii n riiS-- or when f.iticurd'hy r;t 'afintr-' I am .-.pent for Priee t' i 'oi Wsj-trliir" ehln"-, and --1 1 ( i ll qi est tin 1: d-ita mil arid ee if '.y.iik. I'am aba airiit t-.i VVrhrt-rer A Witwii'iN dt-wins UaOiihca. tti-?Ii hav nil the UtV'tiripft.ry imiit-. 3! Ii. tttj 01 AVrnt. rnton. 1 1 I. lis y TURK fe CTWNrNGSASf,. TflTlili sillr Mill s Drnm lit 3rg Goods, Groceries, ffait'f, Soeff Vlotiiag, Hardware, Croetery, PLAWTaTIOV SUPFLICS", AXi) Cast Paid Tor Cotton-. SINV'E the iVth March we h:He aftotfatt d J CitLninpbasa vtitb ns. m amt (sjanaa, and the baaineaa will ha cnnfhini-d" ht-reaffer in ttw namt nf the :ib"tp ffrm. Tc solicit a contiuuatliia nf i tlic patronue so liherarrlj l-e.-inwed bjnnr dd' I friends. J. A. ITJlilti t'aiitnti. April 3. imio: MlxS Fa JONES, j iHillinr and Dr?ss Makr;, aCasst Sid Court Square : "J" "J now opcied: with a choioa aMortment of Itfillmery ani Dress Trimmings of all dewriptionv wh'Ch fclie ein sHI forea!, I chenper fliaft any hmne iu tuvrn. L.dies are sa' j sited to sail and exaaataie befaec nutx-fiasinsjr pV0- whr-ie. preaaea cut or made tn order. March Tf, IW.!) 3m H K M () V A L . MRS. SARAH SlMS AiCK.3 this mrthoil nf infbrmtas; her frisnda'.' and Use rmblic that she. hav roiuii.rd lo the Eaat side of the Sonar?, in the hntise recently occupied by MVff. Yancey whrre alie keep, on hand a choisa lot o fiwhioaaM. MlLLIrtKRT, of ihe latest iin portsliona Slie hope hr ofSris; good an i clrs at modersts j.ricea, lo securs a libera Bare of Dahlia patronage. Jim a:i. w-l AoliCf to UebtorM. Vtbsssrss.nl indebted in tbe bate firm af C'LKAUY i CURKAN are rsapecifal Iv rrqursii d to ronas forward and ir.nl. . set Ueaaeat within Twenty day from this dats sNaasasama remaining unpaid, al rheotni ration of the said twenty dara, will ba plnreil in the hands of an attonaey. for nol- rSCtbsa. aMX'.'ome fi rward and Ba.e coats al puit. W. J. Crp.RAN. l'eli 20 !. Beautlfiil Pnltenis Watt rnjajr. I 1ST m rirsd the e-rrarrwl .ai ietj- ever ef"eil in thi. eaqthel Only look at tbawi. :tn SV -sa