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W I E K 1. V wc C. vh m;v i ii ingr It -Bi. Id Fiat.. Uwfnf" street, t...eu rmp mJ mi. Cher'si. .Ve-f Ohiesu., are oui uu tred agents for the city- Aos,t fr. Sa-.. Mi I to. M a u anlh nirrd gt Cimdeu. i, j win MtMiurt Mmt4 n sr. I I in tits hand, in ie:ve mi. I i-t-etpt lo a rvertlsee -:its Ml -nltscni'tioo.. Dr. Couuaughtou. Fium the Holly Ifriaa iMisa.) ib-pntr... This eroiiirnt physicia i n ml sur geon who makes ;i speciality ot rli lost, i. ihi'ic It (i a t 1 1 : i: I io.m. E "uii1U.iU,v. " "" , fully two eitrcsol cancer this week. prescribed for several cases of drop sy, of sore eyes, tbree of consump tion, two of irenliiess. Uirea ot I. M. Hau m. Dow Bipctti . Tins notorious CMC, in w hich defend ant, a htm wcimiuof solar, la sjtnrgcd by phuutiff with larceny, in stealing 1 N-ilun la III (iriul I.iiI4 .an. TIiU la now admits-,! by th rm.rnal profession as a I Local Intelligence. ATUltDAY jrNE I '. 1Hia. Rem'.wi Mr. V. IJ. WOlbuDS lia.rcmoseil his PkotOgMltti finDc jr. mid i no.v iiUeh ftxcd up over I be auUasaMT) Mine ol atalX I'oi lle Km iv nt A 11 DftMj't. s. I . M (shy '.tVnf fC( Religious UM Rev. Dr. J W U inn n, Uj.1 will lug, will prvncb t" 'be Methodist dinrcbfcin this city, to-morrow morn ing, nt ItH o'clock. At 3 oVlock T. be HI del" w vi .n(b! res nt the t're.so.Mfiiaii chnreh, stalrae vrtsg me cbiims ot or less, the ' freedom,' litteon bnnd red dollars, m February tat, was terminated in the Mayor's Coflrt on Wednesday evening last, after a pro tr ieted hearing of nearly two weeks, from the peculiar eireuiuslanees Mr ro'imli iln- 'ease.' the niiinher. variagated colors, from snowy whita to sooty, and mixed genders of Mm itnesses, and the rich, rare and spicy teMi ay that was expect ed to be developed on the trial, as vwll as tin ability tfeotnael on both sides b..i ii plaintiff ami defendant having plenty of "the root of all evil," 'the trial, hum beginning to end, elicited great interest, especially among the quid mines. Acting-May or Hoffman exhibited wonderful pa tierce and power of endurance thror.jrhout. The testimony being concluded en Taeaday afternoon, MoJ M P UoMiehou pMre4Mi the Court in behalf of the plaintiff or the State, in a very ingenious argu incut, lie was followed by Col. O, catarrh, two of paralysis, one of ozena, two of piles, tour of dyspep sia, two of neuralgia, six of female diseases, and a good many are anxi ously waiting to be treated. Sever al prominent physicians of the conn- aVavasaaaeeatal vi:u;,,:u of bsaluig science 11 ia assasay proviilij by tlio .desalt ocuhoiny lhat avftasssevs. any thiol ia varoun io tbo pi yaicid systeis lh natural fore a of tbo body ure bruugbt to ln-ar to expel ibe Aasease, Toe (Trent aim, then-tore, is to stn'iigthen the natural eesvera, Tkaa has bt . n stpt in vitw by the aUilful i nafaaaaaiaia of nos l'ETTiac? STOMACH BIT- , Tl'.KS. avtale. prrati'S I , givo fiebh vitiiity to tbu : orpuia of tin; i "dy. The rffi ct of this uieSttSae upon j tbo toiniub, i'.'r Uvt r ft&d Illy kadnfy . ia prompt aaad I SMWrffA Tba pi It -lit wl.o in wiao rnoucb to (jtiil drug ' ciiis r.nd try Ibe BITTERS, -":n fu,-is if bo had j aajhaM it nun IftMft f lift tbi' uitUtte. he it overjoy ( om.--n through h-s fiame. It is prepared with great ctr.'.und iu cxinpoliunt parts tare entir ly vi-grUMe. TIM Fato of Col. Grenft-ll. The Xew York Herald contains the following advertisement, thus adding another to the countless thousands of victims to the war : " G. St. Leger Oreni'ell, a prisoner on the Dry Tortugas, who escaped on the night ot March 7, 1803. Any one who crii give information as to whether he is alive or perished, will address V. V. Alaibnrv, Counselor at mm MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. xm'm O F ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. and as bo :.,ntinni s the hse f.f LaW) 01 Wall Street.' 1 to ntt i me sir. atns m Beai IV have dMtSUMeO hilll. The doctor ltlafiefroo tl Itaajttaasaao oftssa urged .apiimt prep bss coiisouted la moiona his stay. ""00' a".k14 a. . JttpiCAi. aoenth no etpiol while its 1 itie-irir il.vit er.fl li-altntii eff. cts have made it a goneral favorite, tt is tree from oil properties eairniated to impair the anaaasjBt, end it-1 operations are p.t once maid, snotbir.g and efficient. Al1 w ho b.ivo u-ei! HO STUTTER'S STOMACH HIT TERS attest its T-lt'.lesand eotamoi d it. Even th'.se who lire in Ibe enjoym-nt of perfect health fresssu-ittiy have net il to have n oouise to i-tnitss as jifeve:: ives of di-ease. M'u are neviT too well armed against tlio as saalta of ' tlio ill.i that Seat is heir to." In health or sickness this tonic BSanaot bo Irt nil II lllalj aftltllllll giiaj virility and Bla St.'cllJ io tbo ryjtcJi. I o prilou his stav. ! II: . . i.. , : ... : nj lies i ittmis arc i in oilmen every tiay, and many are compelled to k sway without an interview. All of his cases are rapitlly improving, ami everybody is well sat is tied. tbo South West ern Bible Btxdety, wblcb ibe past ots ami conarcKalious I!. Singleton, for the defence, in just of nil the efcfllcliC in the city an BtmOLAKY. A burglar entered the residence of Mr. U. T. Clark on Bmday night last, by cutting the blinds, and entering a room occupied by the Iiev. Mr. SmitL, a mouber ( f tba IiapU3t State Csiuvcntioii, ab ntrartai to a pocket of bis pantae 'oons sibout eighty dollars in curren cy. Fortunately for the. reverend gentleman the thief was a high mind ed fellow, of bis class, and did not leave him (Smith) sans culottes. Mr. Smith was the Treasurer of the Con j i a na iHpeethlly inriled to attentl. A 8 o'clock I'. M., Tuesday, he will tlt liver an niltlrcss in the Methodist .church, on I he subject ot temper such a speech as the Colonel can j volition, and bad bad a considerable make when advocating the cause of 1 amount of money in his possession, the "weaker vessel'' and "injured bat, most fortunately, bad turned innocence.'' Night bavins well-nigh I the funds over to another party, for spread her sable veil ' o'er the scene mice, which the public is Invited tolwhaa Col. Singleton concluded, in MttemL Tbu Doctor is aa i l l lec order to give the gentlemen who latter on this subject, and two may i were to follow a ' fair showing,' Court expect tk rich I rent. "hsHtkaiKD CM Stoi.kn A horse Air. C, W. O'I.enry, of Sharon. E iidvestiseiiHiit. ol' tW IJoh', fail locill at the lan poLiiim of Fashion, ami buy the cheap gtjoirs nirtt itfleretl for sale. Uavs yon ti.e 1". I. 1) .' If not call nt A. II. DVCIoihitig Kmpoi iiim ami sppply )onrarlf as everf aiaa tkauld hde them. you want Ibe best fruit cans, tin Wiiic, house furnishing goods, Wool alia willow ware, lightning rods, pumps or cooking stoves, Hny from .J. A. He; l'on--sign of the big tojfti put. 20-lam. MB. 8. Ia. Mown "ill visit New I )i leans next vtcck.nnd Will purchase Ray iirucle that panic may desire, not laMlwl la Ibis r.i ii'.ict, i! orders are left with l;i:rt. adjonrned to Wednesday morning, !) o'cliyel;. That day and hour having arrived, and the Mayor being in the chair, Franklin Smith, Escp, took the lloor.jn behalf Of defendant, and with profound argument, "sallies of wjt, shafts of sarcasm," and mirth-provok n ; ridicule, under which the dealers in fnael-oil, tannin, CUmmin and vit riol, must have winced, held the an flagging attention of the Court and a large auditory for nearly three hours. The dinner hour having near- jn ly arrived when Capt. Smith eonclud ctl. Court adjourned until 2 o'clock, i'. Ms At that holatrthe Mayor was in his .seat, and Col. E. J. Bovvers took the lloor for plaiutilf, ami made a masterly, logical and profound ar gument. The result of the trial was, INDUSTRIAL ITEM?, WitiTTiis for Tns Citizen or "CnYrtnii." I A company fs being organized in Nashville, Tenn., for the purpose of putting up a cot'on factory. A merchant in Jonesville, Wiscon- '-in, has shipped -f0,W0 musk-rat j skins this season. A sugar refinery is to be strated j in Bichiuoiid, Va , $S00,000 having j been subscribed for lhat purpose. The Willimantie Linen Thread j Mill makes 1 17,000 yards of yarn out j of a pound ef 1 jea Island cotton. The Lottery Printing Office, in Wilmington, I?el., hits in constant I uso three cylinder and six hand presses. I'll El OFFICERS OF JAS. B. LUCAS, Praidemt WM. IiALLLNTINE, V. President VllOV. Ii. C. ARBNDT, Autuary. PARENT OFFICE : EDW'D F. PITTMAN, Secretary. IL HITCHCOCK, Attorney. B. CHRISTOPHEB, SfeO. Director, ADVISORY BJARD OF DIRCT0nS FOR CANTON BRANCH: O. P. Singleton, President. .Ii iiii W. VTeargaiu, Secretary. (leo. P. Fearu, lite'li Winter, .1. P. Powell, W. E. ttani , Aooiu. one. year since a man pass, ed through this county, who stated that he bad escaped from the Tortu gas in company with CoLGrenfell; he got assistance from certain parties here to carry him to bis borne in Tennessee. He presented an appear ance of reliability, which leads us to direct the attention of those interest ed to him as a possible means of elu cidating C.d. Grenfell's fate. This response to the above adver tisement Wollld have nnneaivd earli er, had we not supposed tha, it would ' - Ij- '"'ncli, have met with an immediate answer Cnnningham, from oilier sources ; as it is still be ing published, and if Ooi. GrenfelPs friends have not he, nl of ids where abouts, we here state that we can. if of I he merits of the Company, each taken out a policy therein, and are mi desired, set them on the track of this 1 ' hoi i zed to receive applications from these who desire to insure their lives person, by winch they may possibly I hey confidently recommend it, because of its solvency and simplicity, ami tne tnrtner tact mat policies are granted by said Company, upon terms as reasouabl , if not more so, than any other Life Insurance Company, etui lied to public confidence. The District iu which said hoard are authorized to act consists of the counties of Madison, Hinds, Yazoo, Leake ami Scott. Those wishing to insure and desiring further information in reference to said Company are requested to call upon any member of the Board. George Handy, C. U. Dinting, F. M. Baldwin, J. A. Tur';. K. C. Divine, Wid. O. Baldwin, W. B. Harvey, T. Li. Hnlliday. C. DIVINP, Medical tjxa 1 iter. The above named genlioman have, after a free anil careful examination COMMISSION MERCHANT DEALER IN CHOICE GROCERIES East side of Court square, Canton, Mis?, C"OLICITS CONSIGNMENT of learn something rt what they ate in search.--- lTootfctlle Republican. safe keeping. The burglar, there fore, who, doubtless, bad bis eye on Smith the entire week, missed get ting the 'wail' be expected. This was no green hand, but an expert burglar, and our citizens would do j The six New England States ex well to have an eve to their doors j pond annually 0,000,000 for w heat The New York Times seems to be against the great labor movement. It contends that American laborers art better off than any other laborers in the world. and windows. -ap-- GltEAT bargains in Clothing at A U. Uaney's. and Hour purchased from the West ern States. In San Francisco, during April, ) twenty-five tons ot strawberries were sold at twelve to filtecn cents per i pound. j A law of Ohio authorizes a lax of j one tenth of a mill to be levied for 1 free liberies in each city having a population of 20,000 and upwards. Within the last six months 250,000 pounds of chicory have been im ported into San Francisco to make We'ask attention (O UK the Hrookhaveil Marble Works: also to the card of the Cincinnati Paper Manufactory. Mlt. P Aon., the lU'iMil'actuti r ol the I'liec I'.tt I i Waalliug Machine. Tr. Ccnnaughton. From tkc QasHUaslt (M s.) Sratint! This emincn' physician we untler sfiim'i will be ill town oh Monday next. The cures he has performed Holly Sptings are spoken of as the most wonderful ever known m tint fiti- Wo ari told bv a nartv in whom we have Hie most limiteU corrcc lor iuo people, confidence that Dr. Oonnaughton is In the tirst tour months of 1809 this day one of the greatest and ; Pittsburg, Pa., shipped 17,041,000 most h anted of living physicians. ! bushels of coal, of which 1,407,000 tjader these circumstances wo take j bushels wero sent to Ne.v Orleans, great pleasure in personally recom The cotton imports of Great mi. ml i ti tr li i m tit all our ci tizens who : P.ri t.,i f,,- 1 ftlSA ..,,, in ...1 In 11 HK7 that the defendant was bound over, j maf ,,itj ,m;iy.smonal skill. 893 Cwts.; of widt h the United States Iu the stun of 1300. with two seem -; ! furnished 5.12S.071 ewta. t"t?' During the long, hot, dry, j A woolen factory is iu successful dustv davs of thesunimer.it will I operation in Montgomery county. be well for our people to step into j the ice cream saloon at the old Stone House, and refresh themselves with j the excellent cream lhat is there dis- pensed, sweetened and flavored to suit the most fastidious taste. Soda water, with nianv kinds of svrnn, i can also be obtained at this saloon. L ' England pays annually $300,000, In connection with the saloon there ties in the like sum, for her appeal -ance at the next term of the Circuit Court, which bail she gave. This trial will take its place in the raid of faiiuuls of Jurisprudence with the Parkmau-Webster, and Burdell Cun ningham murders. -a- ios:uron. t lenn., niauing leans, itnaeys. nati nels. eassimeres, blankets, tweeds, stocking yarns, &c. The exports from Liverpool for the quarter ending March, 1809, amounted to 18,354,950 j of which 6,529,000 were shipped to the United States. "rut.s (Ac I 'karlcstun i"ala:trhian ... . .. .. ... . ' IIIIO for aneuaaaasssa Tliia t,.t.sl i-.ilii,, .-( "ir n.nipi, i;i nfit Iitt l' r.R'l Iu lilts is.utf "M our i , . . , , , . , srsrs. m laanmw. suv luuu iiiuiv ui Informs the ladies and housekeeper rp.r it- ..trru..t m m tw wmm, ma I ln CBBnccuun wiiu iua sae.ou '"';. year's crop has l een reported to ofCanton and vicinity thai he will ' '"m cr. .-is-otM t.y w w.n.t.-i ; is a restaurant, where persons will Parliament aa being about $3,000,- U ui Canton on Mi.tiilnv. r(.c tfrrh ., ,,. . : . '-' ' - Ibe turnished with everything eUlDle VW,m 1 he turnip crop has been AaSuf .'mail nii'silsi In it 1 b. V . Ill 111 Ua- la, tWrlUam We lias uolictd ( .r aurne tiiuf myet him ul S. L. Ilmbyat Ivnpo. limn, al 9 o't:!ock A.M., beie lf will take gicat pleasure in exhibit t Ig the opI'liltiollS III litis labol tuv n g BMehbie, ami prnrny It 1 1 it is bioliite1i indispensable In every litiusekeept i . Mr. K. icijin-sls a Inrge attendance of the ladies. tUM fatMntBil has sanMidc Ltj appeurailiv in Canton al last. I'ltui what we have seen of it we think it ought to be called the Break -bone Machine. alum 7 th, M0. t irp.it.v'.i'iit tlis s.i m mi Is aajaalalssSi bv ajasfi : h- ci.i t'y aaaal 'er:nanautly (!la naas of 1 sinnjiiig ii ol-iif d.lficalt cliiiructui. I'.i' .ti1- !' iii-hiuft to liini fi. r.i ul ' ; .iris ,.f tin, pontitry. Tli-i.s in Itii secion, if t'.-. art Buy, tnnibled aaltb cauieer, or any other shai last ' .n-r. maaM dj v"U to cousull with Dr. Om luranfm. , - . sasaa tr Mn-:"tV .t Cy's Bii',liu ia alieatl. r.niTv il -iiosits, ns DiontKt't.lt' A Co s ajbdni, K .I lul.iiits' li uiii ys-llr'tiiiK'toli' B t'u's Ban lm. !' o -irlj aVjses, usti llrotngiHilt; Jt C's's Buvllii. If you wish to buy tine Shirts for l 5a9, call at Daucy'sClothingStori . .yThe largest and most complete stock ol WUUUSa TACKLK ever brought to this market, consisting of many varieties of hooks, Chinese bo furnished with everything edible 000.000. that the seaaon affords. The estab- cslinmteU as worth $1,.00,000,000. lishment is owned Untl eondneted by It is estimated that on the 1st oi Uwis Shackelford and Ed. Jones. April 10 711,(MK) pounds of wool were . ., , , ,x i hcltl by the producers in the various Iheynieboth colored Democrats- states ol the Union, of which 058.- but their estujlishiuent is conducted 000 noun uion, were m tbo Southern States. A Hosiery Company has just been organized at Lowell, Mass., with a cy's Clothing Store; 4 50 hats sell- i l3 win u awe ' i iriiinnn's lil.illl hoco -iinl nvount t.i in the "style of royalty.'' GREAT bargains in nats at Dan ing for $3 00. Rt Dlaillasanl runidy is pleasant and t IT ctual in cctite and chronic diairlice.i. Kor cholera nioit.tia afid cramps, use R. D. R. U D R is no hot astringent pt-patation. I onnly Uarranls taken at par for Hm J ipanese grass Hues, hair, silk goods at A. li. 1) N' i 's. iiiiii cotton lines, corks and floats, pal out minnow and fly baits miu The weather is ve.'y dry. aud the no.v nets, seines, ate, at w! dust c.xceedi'naly disagreeable. Pain aad retail by 11 j WINNER. tn mueb needed. Would it not be a icood Man to water the streets around the public si pmr c .' it would not cost much, ami tbi'M, think of the a' noyaiiee from which it would reliev? ma! Who of our enterpi isin;;' mcr- limits w'lll put the ball in motion ! co3nnnncATED.j The "Hop." On last Wednesday evening the Pearee House'' was the scene of an lesale attractive feature, presented by Terp- s chors votaries. Here w ere gatttereu together, iu iovous mood and expect A. B. DASCVa custom-made Shoes : 'a couwurse of many aie no humbug, as nianv of his ens i be;mtltul wom'" : '- men tomers will testifv. who I.bva worn i P'ac beauty and chivalry giving to 15 13 t urn out 400 to 000 dozen pans per day. In 18"7 a colony of forty German families purchased 1,'JOO acres in Los Angeios county. Cab, divided it into twenty acre lots, and planted it in grapes. This year 500,000 gallons of wine will be made by this coiiimu hity. . The Cacheco Manufacturing Com pany, at Dover, N. U , employ 1000 hands in their cotton mill, aud 300 iu their print works, They are now enlarging their print works aud in creasing theii capacity more than one half. Political Gossip. them. . tuc occasion soiiu enjt)jmenr,witn a Forney thinks the Republicans ! most pleasant and favorable reminis- I will carry Virginia on the 6tb ol Hattfrsa Bo Win D, Momr would cence. Here, for a few hours, in the July. He also thinks the Bepubli- A livo'y D;y in New York. The past twenty-four hours have been unusually full of inrpovta.nt !o cal incidents. A steamboat sii'nk in East river. A tugboat exploded at foot of Wall street, with loss of three lives. Murder and robbery of n BMMf a Tcrrytown. , Murder of a man iu the FiftnTard of this city. Two persons killed by a Broadway car. An oil refinery burned at Hunter's Point, with a loss of a million dollars. Explosion of oil-works at Bull's Perry, V'ith loss of several lives. A ship at anchor cut and sunk by the steamship Russia. Attempted suicide by a prominent tinancier. Another imp'rt faiit defalcation; no particulars bat e transpired. The steamship Bienville on fire at sea, but the flames extinguished. Gov. Hoffman, Augustus Sefaefl, and other prominent Democrats liar (rowly escaped drowning. Discovery of a defteieifey of a quar ter of a million dollars in the accounts i of the late President of the Atlantic, ! Hank of Brooklyn, and e, run upon its Special to Courier Journal. COMMERCIAL. j UtafiW Orleans, June 9. ( p. at Flcir-M) Boswoetii : The demand for "King Cotton" lias been fair; but the supply quite limited. It is estimated that the stock now in the bands of factors here does not exceed 15,000 bales, j The, sales to-day foot up 1,400 bales at liTAc. js"27 j for good ordinary; 1 28j for low middling ; and 2939J j for munlling ; being an advance of Jc. ft on yestttdaj's figures II is said orders are here now for much more cotton than there is on sale ; both English and Northern spinners having waited for low prices until it is too late to supply themselves as they wish, cither in quantity or qua ity. The Liverpool market was quiet to-day with sales of 10,000 bales at 12d. for Orleans middling, being an advance of Ad. within the last ten days. Correspondents of Northern pa pers are now estimating the growing crop at 12,000,000 bales. The crop being two to three weeks behind its usual crow th at this date, in most of the States, I think does not warrant such estimates. In fact I doubt v?he ther the present controllable force would gather that mueb, even if it was grown. Yours truly, Chtrbh. J.vo. W. f BARGAIN, Seerctary. Canton, Miss , May 15. 18i'J tf. O. R. SINGLETON, President W. LUCKETT. DEALER IN Bf AFiil ill OOBS, Ready-made Clothing, Calicoes, PRODUCE, which will be aUendtt lo promptly. Jfce) constantly on hand A Fresh Selection or- CH0.CE FAMILY GROCERIES Mar. U-'J if if. McVARLAND. sTissoa Hats and Caps, Hardware, Storleware, Crockeryware, TIN and WOODWAKE. FLAHTATIOH SUPPLIES, B1GG KG, BOPE, TIES iSB TWINE. GROCERIES, SUGAU. COFFEE, SALT, MOLASSES, POUK, BACON, LA ED TEA, CANDLES, CHEESE, STAUCH, PEPPER, SOAP, ELOuTl, of llie best iitiANi.s, NICE SUGAU-CUBED HAMS. Will buy, ship or advance on CO'J TON, and will store Cotton free of charge for oar cus tomers. East Side Court Square, Canton, Miss. Oct. 17, 'tis dm. J. W. LUCKETT. MFARLAND k STilfSON, No ili-east Corner Fuhllc square, CANTON, MISS, LVE call attention to onr " stock of large aud tacit NEW GOODS,1. CaggeU &Baugkn NW GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Tratlc ot DRUGGISTS, Couaistiog of BAGGING xm IRON TIES, StJGAH, COFFEE ix MOLAS8KS:i BACON. PORK and LARD, IRON ash CASTINGS, BOOTS and SHOES, FLOUR akd SALT, A S li i GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES Will pay the highest prioe for COTTON; sjad tnake liberal advances on shipments of Cotton to our frieods in New Orleans Sept. 21,1867. ia4 VY. receivii g direct from H. DIN KINS . S. L. DINXINS: NEW YOKK, a large and elegant stock of Booksellers; NEW C. H. H!.KI, & BRO. Wholesale and detail AND iltitt Hiarssel ro U3 aittl will lie snM at the iiy Lovcst Pric3 fnv Cash. A small coiitribiitiou from each wilt resjiectfully inform bia Irienda and i wliirlintt maze of t be dunce "the . li"bt ('aus w'" cairy Alabama, North .i r -a... ..... i il. b ) ' O ! nurnlilia. Smith fliaaratlaaasi 17lsrt..a insure Ibe succewt f the enterpnw Dr. Connaugbton, Crf all the standartlis for tC8tlnj im-rit, none is more reliable than -tin cfjtw. HtieefRs iu ar.t, in st ieiice, aii'l in buiueH of every lUstuie, ini'l'' -' MMrlta MKl the ffTtW tf tie' micc' Sh, tlie' wore ettraorJiuur- tk la-rii. I hrse retlectiolis are. occasioiii'ti by svitnessing the remarkable sueeess lattendiiiK (he pSaMtUu treatment of Mftei'itiv taws the eminent South in ih rtirian anil nugton. Dr. 'ii.', NAUoiiroN. A visit to his MniUmte ly furnished Medical ami Sjurgical rtarftUK, irt the I't-aree IIoust the ante room of which is lilled aliuosi , epWstantly with put ieiits. v. ill fnrttutli jroof thai lus mode of treatment in not only ptipulHi'. bflt that ii is rxc(l Imrlv eWcociouH, Tlie Doctor's skill in Speedily gel flag at the diagnosis of a disease and the confident manner ia which he treat bin patients, misitrtkablj indicate that he is a acientiflc and experieneed )iraetitioner. His pre teuaionn are liaeked hy solid atxjnire menta, and the volume of nrtittcate of hiaakill in Mi.Hmsiiii lor one year, ia sufrleiently rioteiitnl to prwc him an able and accomplished Ph) ikian and Burgeon. He has treated marked atipceas a great number ol oli atlnate ciraea of gentlemen and ladies of Holly Springs ami Crenada, wbosn teatimony ia already before the ptl fa it, and may lie itlieil upon. The testimony in favor of his mode of treatment for diseases of the pye aud ear, catarrh and diseases of tin- throal and chest, is so overa lioimin:', 'hat all that may follow will only on en initiative. Uia reputation here, where he intends to make a staj of too woafA, by the rerpiest of a targe nun -brr of our most respsjetable eitizena, is sufficiently established, and il is aitenning rapidly lif. i,ns r.j..s:.. s , , .i si s. Carolina, isoutn i.aronna. rioruia .... and jrKi insas. tie concedes that ia is hojielessly gone uulesS the public trcnerallv that opened an Ice Cream Saloon over the measured sounds of music, and the Geor" StOIH 01 b. Ij. JloSUV. WlierC lie IS nvn nf tln ivirtwmv.ifnr mill cnni-tatni- f1.,!! arasatsasa nwiili intorriuss prepared to furnish tiiem at all times ! looked a "feast of fore," showed a! President Grant is redeeming his ii h Ice CiiEAM, Cakijs and FuuiT. J Mow of soul:" as in ai?l frn did flit promise to remove his own ap Parties and private families sup- the fairy, sylph like forms. Reason P'"tees when ho iinds he has been CANTON PRICES CURRENT. C'OHRKCTKD VVgLXLT, Foil I'ltE AllKRU'AN ClTIZSN , ; bbi . (filed with ice cream at shout notice. Master Ii. I). M. will furnish pure Boston Ice at five cents per pound, and promises that if liberally patron (as well as cake and other delicacies ised he hopes to bo able to furbish it ', the affair was misled into the selection of unlit nersons. Alreatlv hsa has removed SO bountifully and tastefully provided ! two Consuls, three Postmasters, two by our host, Mons. P.) was likewise Collectors, and one Assessor of Iu f 'listed unett. In short. Mr. Kditor. ! ternal Kevcnue, and one Indian at a less price. lee and Ice Cream cash. Buy your fancy French cassimere ssMt aud pant patleinn from A. 15, iVincy, whero they can be had at a smalt advance on New York cost. quite a SUCCeSS, was marked by all as one of the most, delightful ;tnd enjoyable of all similar j ones given iu this 'Celestial City"' Since ;; griui-visaged war lias smooth ed his wrinklt-'l ttamtffl 'Pi- (4 i was honored with the presence of s . : 1 . i. a - and " 1 uueoiuauee wim ins lueoge, since rue uojournutcnt ol Congress. P. IstiSoVs M.miszisi; fvt .t.ily Is bf..ru us. It- , . tsrattaaj aarasalvaaaai ntstrss it Uas most popular of ti.o asSk ,' inaftiziai a. Tata prc.-nt i-sue is on Sal ilia basal ' aaaasa ssass a.-n a aataaaaaa st.ei t-nfrusiog. Tha It ui!uic4 of a Boantiiif School," aaltb a IwajSaaalia ato. t by F-llii It "hnan, IsSaSj ..ff, th.-n f ll-ss-s a ajaBjaxassatb. ' -lorcd atet-l fashion plstF. with fir lull It-ugtti aaSbSSja . Baal tl.en are oust utim-roita wood cnu of aasas bwassta, I a-liing dn-SMa, etc., ftc . etc., bsaMM a sr.ora of pat t r:t for lht woifc fclMsj, aaM also an alphapt-t for m.,rk I prlntil ia colors. Mis. Ann 8. Steplitns eoaaSJajaaaa bast posverfnl aatrsslst, " Mario aast4sjaSs Ta!:iuan. ' I rsaafe Isasl Ilpn..aict ha I alsS a charmi.tj; Itilo; a:, I il. r rtssl hy Mi to!.- Is SM ',f tiro bst.t bars stones wo have r.id in n long time. Now ia a goo.l tio.p to snli.rrilo to- Pkti:ks')N." Tor .aa. Sa 00 a yar. To clubs, ti, a c 'plea for 6. with an extra copy for a prsinintn. aod aiaa tha pranti'im BaaSaWbaja, ' Tbo Star of H ttiMirui. ' Spc-lrnPti copies sent ftia'is to tho M ailajbjlllg to get up el-.ths Ail-Iresa Chas .1 p.-iersor. Us) Cbestuat street, f'Lilsslelphia. .Se f. i2li-h FbSjaaJs SHfttll cures old and young. I t B etitfs all rhtonK- tamale irra-trulai itica. iilorosia or gren tMcMKt cdra.) with Ij F B. I I' U dVI'dlits all aaWsty femalfa. 1KB elites baa rp.t ,ring. R K B cures (mill in the side and back. CAI.I. at Dnncy's anil get a gootl brown Ii lien Coat for i?l 25. There is a new movement at Wash ington to make the Alabama claims ' question a plank in the Republican i .l :i t lit t in Tlux Innrwr'.i t ili.iiotmna i it bitterl v, and assert that it is a aslaaaa tn srsst ran ti r-is-tl iti ift many oi our moftt eiegatm maiTiea I of tbo Bepublican politician.s express ladies, botli froto home ami ahfomU tin mselvea pleasu' sHh Lite move who ctnitributed it..i I trj fcltt enjoy moot. naeusj of all. Thm was also in at-1 Forney r.zys the Secretary of the fi-nii-.in,... a ov uwi ...rr-.iv ..f Konnf v ! Treasiu'T ia redifcine the Datioaal fair single, ones. Youi COTTO . . CI.EAB SlUKH . I.IB " SlKUM.HEKI S. J. IlAUS Plots Laud, Sccjak, crusb il " Brown Indi v RahIin.? Ikon Tiks C'andlbm, star .... Cum Cokn Mka Sai.t .... Mackkkai. WuisKv.vei-t'tl uaad j nae ;.t5L.rtm:iit -cin and Domeatic .$3 (3 16. V v.t :, ; . 33 Hi H .. .Si bu 1 .9 H'k ft iuj S kit 3 n . ti 00 (l 'I .'.o . . RAILROAD ARRANGEMENTS n. n. Ns o., j. & c;. N M'iltiaih arrives at Canton 41-.U tcsMi 1-"'tn "'"1"'' Ex.iicaairaiti arrntfea a! i iisssacvlR Aanarta . Most i Frfis, train strives I Fieiittit train cfofmrts sSaTTI i.iiit'.:ts t BOxon sub trains i ft. aiitl at iacfcssrB witli V. A- at. U. 11. :n t sPk ":n sa NOTIONS, HARDWARE, Boots and Shoes, HATS, CROCKERY, AND AlSO DEALERS IN PAINTS, PERFUMERYi WINDOW GLASS, GARDEN SEED &c &c. Commission Merchants anion, ITIi Cash Paid for Cotton. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, snd wit at all times keep on hand a large aad complete stc?k of GROCERIES, Produce, Ac., '. which we offer to the publie at very Low Prices for Cash. CANTON, Miss. January 0, tf T. P.. CLARK. w. o. r.Ai.rwra. CLARK & BALDWIN, AM A M ti i- a .r,:l)(I V .'.I l-2:liil M 3:1111 I' M . II li A M n 11. I . i: MISS. CENTRAL BA.IX no n. . . . 10 25 I . fo rPfnn1l tnt n.-s iit4 dtiefs,M i experienced h . Uieoi- - Ji ll j!,xpbnses i-aid: rival of ii largo iuiuiImt of patient s 'e tlv'itiseiijent of AmericauSliiit- from a diUnco. In notlter column H Seeing Mucliine in our adrertis- will Ite found aanmhiT of certiAeatsiK in8 columns. 7 ly. hat s,eHk for ill lis, .Ml ...... I. . ,, Y vnrtf ,mmo ( ;!()f,,jllK of more to the purjM.-i' tliiui Htiv tlniii; I .- -.. e ronid writ''. Ianc.v ami MVa rota J. to l per Oftire honrs, !to 12, a. m., ! t DBBl. Tbil you nan tin tJ. r. . PmIsMH M a dvitanec ean nldn Cali ii A. B Dam-y'. ami l", V- Box 10. it 0i ,.,, i, ,,,,,,, art among tin observer cannot well maUc. any ape- j cial distinction therefrom ;'s to grace, dignity and beauty. These charms j were there nbnttdant, anil natare ami 1 ail seemed have robed them in gorgeons array ami with a rrfofit dis tingne appearance, lint tin- atten tinii of many was drawn lo a fair il ject of woman kind, our of the adopt ed daughters of our sister State who, possessing rare gifts of nature, siml similar in appeaiance ami manners t; the lieacriptioii "i Belieeea, wo shall denominalst a baudsome, grace fill Jeir M. " tlrara v?:.s in har sti'p1, In SVCTy asstiifa si ifn : t y anrl lam. ' Long alter the "wee s ' hours'' diil we fin;.'!' in the music hall; ami when at last tin' lateness of tin; hour told us 'twas time to leave, wo lift with reluctance, and soon became oblivious in ''baling sleep." Srr.cT.VTtiH n O 11 is ti f Mfmpliis faviirs One aisjasj al S 1) 1: nuasi an at st sai i. .i It II IE is tin- --nit i'i l.rilsiil.- t A i-Mfiv in timf t nvrl, II ti It Iitir i K ass. tent spavin V-rj, n It TH 1 -i,- -'i'i, ."m'H''i , mc il 0 IT. per debt at the rate ot tJSO.OOO.OOO annum. The, advocates of the total prohi bition of the .sale of intoxicating drinks in Maine contemplate the formation of a distinct party organ ization and the nomination of a can didate for ioveriior. M 1:1, A M 1 1 in A M . :in i' X F .ttl A M s.isa P M I Hail train ari ivps atCartoa Hail train lea.es Canto. Express train arrives Exu'rstsaj Irajn leavea !'"i,'i(flit train arrives Preisrht train 1,-avea , Extra rreisrHt arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday .... tM I' H ITxtra lr.-.ht la;ivet! afuDday, Weatres- inr mid Friday - - - tl.10 A ' cvt.t.'omie' ts trith trains nl N. t.. !. ii ';. v II. K. at r.rntcn and mail anil freifrht tvtiina con afiut with trains fin M, & T- Ii. H. nt t-. istintU.. GLASS-WARE, CLOTHING, Grocoric., &c, tfce. Ttts part itsy'Ihe Grand Jury of .letfersoi! coantj", has found a true bill against Wilson Fkmrnoy, a fieetl man, for the killing of Dr. .tyer, Be publican member of (he Legislature from that county. Ciieayo Tribune. 'I bis ease is worthy of note. When this Dr. Ayer was killed, the, Isew York Tribune, ami othei l',idical pers. attributed the. nmrdet to the lu Ivlux, and commitled upon the M; iiuair as snowing jae ternoie condi tion of Soiith.-rn society. )' was cited as a ease Koine; to show that the life of no man was safe at the South who did not oppose Northern Radicalism, K w as used to illustrate i Southern sentiment, and lo show the necessity for a military government. The result demonstrates how baseless is the foundation for this class of sto ries. Men arc paid to write up all such occurrences ; to give tiiem a certain coloring in order to sffecl Northern opinion, 'this ease .should serve as a caution in the future, Attmng Arm irtttally inch, l 111 VI" if tju misssissippi Ai ten:, esse.: TBAIN8 GOISG KOBT'j , , '.l.csa. ' Ijutra Grenada . t no a M : arrive at Memphis it 30 V M T11A1XS nulNti aOUTH. ' lanve Uemnbt . . 4.30 A M n Arrive at "iretaada - - 16.30 P H . n'1' '. trains i-'inti-ct at tiiuuatla stith 1 Central li. 11. tstst upon s slintv goods io show tht l Mail train in.ikea olosja cintieftirir. at llt'tn pi will. I rains fn Memphis and l.oaisvilit- II. It all pints N.-rth. saavtugeis ttikm tla. Express Train srrive tnpliis S.3tl A. 11. - fat it-main all itiy and i torn in eeeirinr. REMOVAL. MWi i LANDERS. Cartaao, Man i. 18CD. i- BOOTS A I S- UClla has . ,.e-,.. a Bent am! , I . Si sln.r ;,. ,! .! f The .ilnrsiny Eveniisg Post Kill urged and Keautifled, 'pills " oldest anrl best at the litem. Week X lies " )i-s been recently enlarged and 1,,-auti-Hod. It is weekly eanlielltshed with Kticraviass and its Novelets, Stertttt, Sfcetciaea, Jtc, aue stot stiii,.issiH.. It has -:ist eornrlaeteed two splendid ffo..k In " V'ic (J!...., tf At &Maasaaaaaots, by Oeuatave Aim ard ; and St. Otmrf ai l la, fivsjareaa,' a Novel ol Sou apt I. by K;v.ittli Prescott. tlie author of " 11 1 h W n li .il Rei Way.'' At'. N'ew Novelets w.ll eamUnnally succeed each oth- r- A" '- those i its on lasrtd, or ha satsjas, av. " -M.ss'o'y '" sifj ' :i pinteifol story bv Mis. Husmer; and ! Adrtfl. or. Ilk. Tult ot run, ay sir.s. Amanu i oooglaa. flic Cos, also Kit-s tl, ins of the English .la.iKlUPS. A copy I t!n- large and beautiful Premium Steal l.usravit.s" X- "f II me at ,SVu. eu- I d expressly for our readers, at a cost for the l ntrravinx alone ot m arly SlllliO will l.e sent ,.! I CANTON, MISS., DEALERS IN GOLD WATCHKS, SUA EU W.VTCHUS, JEWELRY, DIAMOND, TOPAZ, ANATH1ST, Mf 0 1? K V E . S T V I, 8 hi) to i sendins avlns,! Tl. r i To Skw BcBsNwincib. M en for L868 will S-v- iVh I) ( k t the paper ul SepU n. n extra t-tlilicn of thai .Irt-,. i jkttper wu c-minifin-p,, r.v ri "t the .;iv;iii:i;ili,T nn4 ' Si v. ." TUt will Ik- liitt-en pmi 1 i ttllar WffMy in. miu it i.ix l tw ii nutnlli i. :i i!t, ,,, x'l in-t-'J. the; !hini., of ( . ', in ui t.) cvi'i v nei- - i uuty beaauiirul Xew si.lscrib- 1 iiitions tUid I Mil, unnltlie luce ! atste. In tbit , letH The (jrtn - In I JriLr LADIES' IU EMS' ( HUS; Phoforaplis! Photograph! riHI's underiii(Eiv4.l fuiTiiiff pnrrli:.sr, t!in mi tire X tttock dtid tup,ir.ttus ol Mr. li. II. TictasMor't VH0WOQM4FM tiALIiER Y- and liflvinR ndded !jih;4!j- U Um storli ilcp u t i;i-nl teflattrn blhwelf, irltb iiri-uiv prara exp'-i-t-n.-f, '.nt I..: iriU be HbV to p'.-.i,.- '-ili wbo will htmor lini with then wtl i1QJ;,l l'iirtt'.,r.i.!;s :t" every ifcee atiifitrii ma'l'e :il mm i u. ti.'i.. i.AI.I.KUy cr S ft Mmbj'n Haimety .tm, n. it. mu thwn Arti-t Can -ri, ftc 19 ! M :( FINE BOUTS At (In AM) ALT. orderj executed with I daft!) vttCv. l utie, n-.d : SI!i)KS. pricrsa 13 sTltt roasfv etsti It Wl est on out lb i ours" 1 1,,,. I z' l tAegt. iililitii.ii to the r neawtv tii- l.tW -llbrsrlTlla-IS 1,1! t tttl vr wcrk tiif y Mia snij in Uiefi .ittiMt. uumbiT ui n s ilve P late CLOCKS v Wijti'e. d Ware, nil varieties: it 1 IIPs.- !ci-'j ais to the km uiiiv lilvaval etaarscter it . t. aball i,o compelled to atiiine tiict T R it 6 : -si laaya rmastam asaaarsrvsvia;, Iv ,,-rato Siilendid Ulnir.inated Window Sh idou. rpm- n ; t. 1 HUU ' le.ro Bnest toaolti- 1 Camtsrn ti-i at'Otl.N - '"t'.fs aid . i opira o t:r f, ,.jri, ,,f .,,r , .. k:.' "' l-reSafcirn aassyjuitn ' a no ..-I'!,,, f-st,,,- ,, ot :, ..UI, aij U-.n', ,et, P.vof . hretmum I' .C:vc. HI. ml I , in sua. e- ,-ise. ii eu II em it ee i'i-II ritis V I'll IIOUHK-KKHl'lNU AKT1CL106J moN-sTQM. nu mu Vt ARE. IN DUPLICATE flEGtS 10 SM PURCHASERS; FANCY KXTS -U EVEKV UtSt'KirTIO.V . Watches and Jewolr Bepalresl .tl h'rl Aollto.