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? -1.4" CI P- ' C3W Journal CftKCf Canton, fftnrday, Dacember 26, 1874. f TERM 8 4 (R8 OO in .Advance. - " ftATES OF ADTKBTISIJiu: .tl' . eo 80 15 ... (HI SO ... ss 2". Zuw tor awiataa- fS .-. - - admna Ter - a Slaw-a for tkm MIU... )Mc4ml'-- tMr.-rlna moolh . -j ii-fi., - -omaM taivv mwi'M - ''' " , . . (Hmiiairai . I Yw " f TlX'taM AdTrrwonr H K per flrl '"' HMtl l .ubliat inrt.oii . Aaaruanao at the Man rate, and l 00 AmI far pntof of pabucalion. : Vluary otk-es Ac. at reolar ratea. 4. laeal uliee 30 cent per lint. Railroad Schedules. x. o, St. l. & c. K. li. HISSIBSIPPI DIVISION. KPIBTI ABKIVF.S Mail H:1 P Express... lh: p m Fivinht . ..llr-Waui Freight ...10-.J0 p ui 4:50 a m I tfa 6:15 p m izut uuu a iu Jtojnt 7: P W.,l Imth Cauton at 4uM a m, arrivmtat St. JUt-uW 70 a m ; arrives at Cbk-ajio f:46 ' m . Exptra leaven Canton at 6:15 p in, ntvas at St. Louis Start) p m ; arrives at ,'fcirago 7:30 a m. ... txi ret k-avea St. Louis at S.-00 a iu, ar Tivr. at Canton fc90 p m; Ex-wens leaven C liieasa at 8:15 p uiT arrives at Cautou ' p ai Mail leaves St. Lmiia 73J0 p iu, arrives t Cai ton llW p m. Mail leaves Chicago ,Mt ai, aniTea at Canton 11:30 p iu. LOUISIANA DIVISION. AKKivna Mail ..4:45 a m Kxprea....6:10pui Freight ni Freight. . . p 111 , Mafl 11:35 p m bpim (k35 p iu - rurl.... 0:40 p iu ttaiKkt O-J0 a ui atii r.nnn 1 1 -:IT. n in. arrives at fl Ctrlrana 10J0 a ui. Express leaves lJ5 p m, arrives at Kew OrWaus .lliitm. . )f ai teavn New Orleans 6KH) p in, arrives Y IJIUitaai 4:45 a ni. Express leaves 'ew taaks at 70 a n, and arrives at Canton "e. D. FROST, Geu'l Man'gr. - X B. Kump, Gen. Agt. POST CFFICE HOURS. 4. Post-Offick, ) Canton, Miss., July 1st, 1873. ) "i OiICi. OFEX for the tlelivery ot if . tetU-n from 8.30 A. M. to 5.30 P. H. " Sl'KDAYS, flOUl a AM. to 10 AM. f ' M'tftUY OKDKB8 issued and paid, , ! letters registered from 9 A. M. ; i Malls close daily at 6 p. M. i llENBT IS. Smith, P. M. . . - I T)7 OIF Ala regnlar nicutiiig of Evergreen Loilga, fcjL.I. I.O.O. F, held June d&th, 1H74, , 41 a U'liiwiug officers were elected for the SHHeurkft term : . F- J. Boweko, N. - IlKXBT LoKI. V. F-, - W. 14. Alhwokth, Secretary, L, - t'-, C. Cahpseix, Treasurer. Masonic. . V'ABTOS LODGB No. 28, A. F. & '-A-U- Officers elected for the fol s " tomkti Masonic year. " . tifiiu V -i mjiilu. a w f1ol.au J M Siaw. D t.eeHBioaa. i D '' M W Staxf'J, Tra - ' ! W Smith. Secretary rtHSl BaaasT. , ' 'tMalud meeting, third Monday of month. Carristmas commenced iu real -amient on Wednesday night. The ' t reels were a perfect panorama of be-vorks. ' -. Business has b-u remarkably s daring the present week. i Unr. banquets have been crowded from akoruing t ill night with eager - ysrebasera of the Christmas wares, ad our streets have been fairly CoekAded with wagons laden wirh tlie fleeey staple. Obcatier thah ever for cosh a . 4ftwV era iu prices, ana a new stock mt VM aud Winter Goods Every - Iking down to bottom figures, at O L. GROSS. Vr publish, iu appropriate column, kit Koruiug. the proceedings of "Taxpayers Conveution," at lihl Fellows' Hall, on Monday i I Read the report. Cm ton needs, above all things, at I .his . particular time, a first-class eajtmtrauL There is but one place t ' ivshiuii mad aiieiupia to lejiic- ' mt that business, aud that is far v 'j hn-t nt the demands, aud tastes of iiis community. We want a place 1ero ladies and geutlcraeu can a av refreshments served to their orator and the custom will be forth poaaattrg to sustain it. 2 to atal Railroad Accident. On Saturday night last, 10th inst., the north bound freight train, drawn by engine XV. 19, James Valentine, oufiiw-r, collided with a freight ttMn txmiug south, ruu by Giluia vngtueer, two miles north vi Greuada, iu which engineer Val- raum as instantly killed, the lever f h! engine running completely through his body, cutting hiui al anost ia twain. His remaius were Mt to bis relatives in Virginia. Gilpin saved himself by leapiqg ltom the engine. Both men were coanklraMl nrMtu.,aafir,;n.0 Q,wi the cause of the accident appears altogether with the operator mt train dispatcher at Water Valley. The deceased was about 30 years of fe, nd bad many friends in this Isee, and was esteemed and belov- sl by all who knew him. WANTED -Eeverybody in towi hi eoHiiry to call aud examine the stock ot clothing, hats, gents iMintsluug goods, etc., just received nasi uttered low for cash, at I g. L. GROSS. '' ' - m m m r frfceribe for the Citizen. BlU INVENTION. Lloyd, the lil- mous map man, who made sill the maps for General Grant ami the Union army, certificates' of which he published, lias jus; invented a way of getting a relief plate from steel so as to print Lloyd's Map of; American Continent showing from j.ui(1 p.,)rI)St and soliciting a con ocean to ocean on one entire sheet tiniiance ot the same, all parlies in of banknote paper, 40x50 inches j debted to Ihe undersigned will large, lightning press, and coloied, sized and varnished for the wall so as lo stand washing, and mailing anywhere iu the world for 25 cents, or unvarnished for 10 cents. This map shows the w holo United States and Tenitories in a group, from surveys to 1ST5, with a million places on it bitch as towns, cities, villages mountains, lakes, rivers, streams gold mines railway stations, &c. This map should oo in every house. Send 25 cents to the Lloyd Map Compauy, Philadelphia, and you will get a copy hy return mail. Mr. Kobert llarper, at Sevier's old 81 and, opposite O.ld Fellows' Hall, has on hand a splendid stock of pure candies, (his owu make) lor the hollidays. All who have given Harper's candy a trial pronounce it superior to anything of the kind iu oar market. Do not fail to try it. Festival. We acknowledge, with inauy thanks, refreshments from the festival given Wednesday evening last by Mrs. Oscar Jones, (colored,) and Mrs. Eliz Murrell, (colored,) at Alhambra Hall, in this place. We understand there was a large atteud tuce ou this entertain ineut, which was characterized by the most genteel conduct on the part of the revelry. May it ha re peated soon, (aud may we agaiu be remembered.) Personal. Our handsome and genial frieud, Will Cartek, has returned to Canton, to spend the hollidays. Ilis friends, (their name is legion,) are giviug him a hearty welcome. He who would brave the contume ly of this proud celestial city, could brave a stormy sea, wade through melted lava to Vesuvius' top, aud fight the battles of great Ceasar over again. DIED. At his home, near this place, on Monday, 21st 111st., C. C. Siiackle Ford, Jr., iu his thirtythinl year. Dt'ceased, son of our resected fiieud, Judge C. C. Shac'iTeford, was for many long and happy years a resident of this place, aud leaves, iu our community, hosts of warm lriends, who tuouru his early death. His remaius were followed to their last abiding place by a large con coarse of sorrowing friends, in coin moil with whom we extend to his ouly brother aud giief-stnckeu father our warmest sympathy. Latest style Hals cheap for GasJi at Campbell's. CHRISTMAS! " CHRIST M AS ! Toilet sets, tea sets, w ine sets, work boxes, writing desks, port folios, flue Bibles, Iiymii books, story books, picture books, tlower vases, photograph albums, drawing slates, lire crackers, toys iu great variety. A new and line assortment just leceived. Call and see them. Dec.19 Cassell & Bacgiin. Last Thursday afternoon, about half after two o'clock, an old black 1 , ,7, , , . "" between the Masonic building and the Bank Saloon he lost his footing and fell, near breaking his neck. Such fantastic tricks as have been played in the last week by man and ueasc muse cease, or ine ii ani 01 A'ucrineti win reiuse any iurtuer liceuBe for the same. NOTICE. Parties who have taken Irees from the Young aud Magiuder places, will be kind enough to visit me at my ollice aud settle for the same. Taxes are due, and as you have, without my consent, gone 011 said lauds, the property ot R. C. Bi ink ley, and have appropriated to your own use very valuable timber, you will not hesitate, I sipprcheud, to heed this notice. Very Respectfully, E. C. Postell, Agent. Dec. 12, 1874. Houselceepert may find it to their advantage to call on Mr.' Leonard Schneider, and examine his lurge us sortment of Household Wares, cs he has erery article in that line from a - broom to a bedstead. seiil'Jtt COAL.-W. B. ALSWORTII is prepared to furnish Can toll ami vicinity with Coal, iu any quantity JulL'otf If yon wish to furnish your house cheap, go to the establishment (lf LEONARD SCHNEIDER. The American Sardine 's Boue- Sardines, are m.u li Im iter, himI less than halt the cost of imported Sardines. Febl'ly VT E W F if 11 N I T U R E , Xl ctuisisting of bed-room setts, parlor anil dining room setts, com plete, for sale at astonishing low figures for cash, by LKONAUD SttHNKIDKK, CLOCK -CCCL0CKJ "'ri fir Particular attention given to repairing ami adjusting linn watch es and French clocks, by O. G. COFFY. Latest style Unix cheap for dish at Campbell's. Special Notice! Ilcmcmbcr the RED STORE. After Jan in ry 1st, next, all goods will lut sold l.iivrr than" ever, hut I STRICTLY FOR CASH. Thankful come lorwaru at. once aim seme their accounts and save costs. C. L. GUOSS. KCTIC5 In orl r to close out the business of the firm of S Loeb & Co., before the first day of January, 1S75, their immense stock of Dry Goods, Cloth ing, Hats, Boots and Shoes is otl'er- ered ut Cost for Cuxh. 2fov is the ! time to secure real bargains. Mr. Jacob Locb will open busi ness on his own accouut shortly after that date, of which due notice will be given. -m T. R. CLARK has just received the largest aud most complete assort ment of Ladies' Fine Jewelry, Ex tra Silver Ware, Fine Watches, Chains, Medallians, Clocks, Crock ery ana Silver are, vjigars ami Tobacco, beautiful Chromes and an endless vaiiety of Ilolidiy goods, all cheap for cath. This is the most perfect and complete srork of this line of goods ever introduced in the Clinton market. tf REMOVAL! I hereby take the pleasure of in forming my patrons and lriends that I now occupy the spacious store knoA u as the Red Store, w here I J shall utter an eutirely new and well assorted stock of general dry goods, clo: hiug, boots, shoes, men's hats, gents' furnishing goods, groceries aud plantation supplies, cheap for cash. I respectfully invite the pa tronage ot the public aud ask them to inspect my newly -ai rived goods. Iain determined to do a strictly, ash business, aud will mal'e quick sales and small proiits at the Red Store. C. L. GROSS. Canloo Coltun Market. Canton, Dec , 10, 1S74. Corrected weekly by J. Stutlcker X Son. GimmI ordinary 1 'I a 1 'J : Low niitMling . ii a l i Mi.lftlin- .Strict Mi.lttling l:i a 14c UimkI MilUing 14 a Uic- Marke t declided during the week Tin and Crockery Ware, a large assortment very cheap for CASH at L. SCHXElOli R'S. STADEKEirS Clothing is the best made aud cheapest iu town. Baby Carriages Come and s ihem, at T. It. Clarks. Ttt VEX ! STOVES ! Of all sizes, for bed rooms and par lors. Also the unrivaled C'haill piou Cooliiitff Move, sold only by U SCHNEIDER. WANTED Every man, woman and chi il iu the county to call at C. L. GROSS' when I hey want bar gains. 2()l-Sep2t!-tf All the. latest styles ol jewelry, selecteil with great e ire at T. R. Clark's. Cheap, medium and fine watches, :it low figures, at T. R. Clauls. Leonard Schneider keeps con stantly on baud a large lot of furni ture of different styles at prices to suit the times. Call and examine his stock before purchasing else where. m m m The Grange Dollar Store w ill sell you any article for oie dollar that would cost yon, ordinarily, from one to ten .dollars. For the genuine Caufield, liand- ' uoois ami nuoes, excrj pair wan an ted, at low prices, go to C. L. OliOSS. j Latest- style H.its cheap for : :nh at Campbell a. (rans! Dirt'dory. GBANGLS IN MADISON CO., 3IISS. Central Grange, No. 2.1, meets at Central Academy, 1st Saturday in each month T i Siuilh-Vaniz, W. M. ; ( W Siniih-Vaniz, Sec'y. Horace tireeley. No. 25, meets at Hickory Giove, 2d Saturdy in each month Dan Sutherland, W. M. ; I II Palmer, Sec. Hope, No. 30, meets at Camden, 3d Saturday iu each month E A Stebbins, W.M.; W H Howard, Seet'y. Montgomery, So. Co, meets at Mad ison Si a., 4 th Satuitlay iu month J B Yellowly, W. M.; Wm Baskius, Sec. East Madison, No. 22S, meets at. East Madison,2d Saturday in each month C C Cautheii, W. M. ; J C Russell, Sec. Pearl, No. 234, meets at Sulphur Springs, 2d Saturday iu each month Faucett, W. XL ; DT Brown, Sec. Canton, No. 272, meets at Canton, 3d Satmday in each month -R 11 Uoftiiion, V. M. ; It II Gould Sec. Vernon, No. 300, meets at .Mound Blutf Church, 1st Saturday in each month T J Gee, W. XL; Wm Lipscomb, Sec. it Pleas. Prenti.-s, N. 320, meets Smith's, 2d Friday in each month David Hopkins, W. XL; J Lau don Brown, Sec. Lone. Pine, No. 32.", meets at Lone Pine Ch11rch.lt h S.tnirdav in each month I W Atkins, W. XI.; J C Pitch ford. Secretary. Bcthsetla, No. 433, meets at Bethse- da Church, 1th Saturday in each mouth E J Tucker, W. XI. ; T Tucker, Sec. Tlie District or County Grange meets at Canton the 2d .Monday of each mouth TG Smil h-Vaniz, W. XI. ; DM Sanders, Sec. District Deputy for Madison Co., T. J. Alswurlh, P.-XI. Post office, Canton. aug2'J tiios. k. helm. CMAMTiTE BA JACKSO&VMISS. TIIK Y.irpe Ileal and Personal Property of fr LSank is individually liable for its business. BANK OF DISCOUNT and DBOSIT CnUertion jt' 0mimn'iil jvipcr mnile throusliont the Stato. CoTKctions of salaries of" S'atw ;hmI County Ottirt rs iTmiitly attainted to, HulVjui viinccs m;ilo on (ho s;iiti". S.'KOIAIj ATTKNTIOX Riwii to the pny rliaso ami sale of State Wariants, Accornts of Kercliants, County Individuals Respectfully Solicited. No f-flort shall be sarel to render those entrusting business to us every advantage pertaining tt l heir inteiesr. 2so-14-74 EllSSiSSI??! GEKERiiL t Ettablitihetl "PTT? jflTfire mid ILiffe Insurance KErnFSKNTINU- THi5 AMERICAN LIFE, of Philadcphia, Pa. Franlclin Fire, of Phila. VA. FIHB AND MAEIKEBiohmond. 3Iobilc Underw riters, of Mobile, Ala. ABSGLUTE 13DZMNITY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST- Policies written and losses adjusted at this office. Local Agencies throughout the State. Parties desiring Insurance will bear in mind that this Agency possesses SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES to any in the State. The undeisigned. in acknowledging his profo'.md thanks for the very liberal patronage extended to him since the establishment of his Agency, respectfully sola-its, and ho: es, by promptness and lidelity, to merit a continuance, of the same. CHARLES HANDY, Manager and Geu'l Agent. Office 2 tloors below Post Office, Canton, Mhs. novl3if 84 Fill COTTON LOW ! PI1ICES LOWER! rpHE CONTINUED DECLINE has caused a corresponding decline 111 iJlliJ uuutis, ana tlie' immense amount ot manufactured Goods now 011 hand, together with the ' .scli'-Almse mav iH-eiteettially remoreil witli slackness of trade, have still further depressed the prices. Of this de ; out meilieines,' ami without' tlaueroiis snr cline we have taken lull advantage, ami the Stock we are now ottering ' pical operations. lM.ii-;ies, iiistrniiii.-nts.viiis ill lie sold at lower tijiiires than have Oceti ottered since fact we are ready and anxious to prove, and an inspection is invited the pin pose of showing Ihe public that our PRICES ABE THE LOW EST ottered in Canton. OUR STOCK consisis partly of CALICOES, DOMESTICS. SHEETINGS DELAINES, ALPACAS, WHITE GOODS, FLANNELS, JEANS, CAS1.MEUES, HOSIERY, BALMORALS, BLANKETS, SHAWLS. FANCY GOODS, UMBRELLAS, BOOTS, SHOES. II A TS, BOYS' CLOTHING, 31 ENS' CLOTHING GENTS' UNDERWEAR, TIES, SCARFS, COLLARS, SHIRTS, and a full line of everything iu the CRY D009S Our stock of CH0ES.IE3 is immense, as usual, cousisting of Uncoil, Lard, Flour, Meal, Mackerai, Oysters, Cheese, Sugar Ci'ft.'e, Tea, Rice, t-ioda, Sardines, a'so BAGGING. TIES, NAILS, SALT, MOLASSOES, CANDIES, ami a general assortment of Fancy Shelf Goods which will he olfered at inviting figures to the purchaser. Wlaisky aa1 To8mcc We continue to oiler are enabled to sell iu ways full, consisis of distilled Rye and Bouibon' Whiskys, which arc ollered to 1 he trade at Cinciuuati prices, freight added. BRING YOU It COTTON ZVoY. and receive the RICHEST MARKET PRIGS IS CASH and buy your goods at honest figures from J. Htadeker & Son. OctlOiiiG South Side Coiut Sipiaie, CANTON, X11SS. . Just i-cccivcil, s-vcnil nninilM cut rhinos one ,f thcin IVoni the iii:itoit:icto;-y t' Meek A- Co, New York, w hose itislriiuienls took the lii-st nrie tivrr till others jit tin' Worhl's Kair, :it Vienmi. l:tst vc:ir. I SfVITill sccolol lounl l'i:llnts. hi ..Mtil tinier, If. !,...( .,w I'ltli'l Si.n montlilv lmv- inents. t llllShl' !;. , ol" 111! styles in .1. -rcil lii-iie ver wantcil, :it tlie low est t'actoi-y nites. wp-jiina ADoi.rncs unowN. AEOLrnus bp.ov::, PIA50, ORSAH AID V3CAL EU3IC. hsons ivi-n :lt Ciintoli l-"cin:ilc Institute ::te ie.si:lences. or lit his iittici. sp'Jiin Go to 4iir:u;c Eill;ii' Klorc for astonishing liargains. All grades of jewelry, f.'om the cheapest, to Ihe costliest in any uiaiket for sal" at T. R. Clakxh. JOHN II. ODEXKAL. Stockholders of this State lIney, L'omls, etc. and Stata Olneors. and Private IHSOR&KGS AGENCY. in 18CS.) IN THE PRICE OF OUR STAPLE j beet, tillered since the War. This 1874 is specialties, and having wholesale Lio-uor License ipiuiitii ies larger lliano gallons. Our Stock, al ii and 10 gallon kegs, barrels ami half-barrels of I uiloi tan t Notice to the Pab!ic L&ZAUUS IfldEaiS & CCS CKI.EBIIATHO Perfected Spectacles. w 7K rerel to inforni t lnk nillir tlntr we miielletl lM-;iii1iou them il-.ll!l.-t iiu'ii lijints w ho iiit Iryin to impo.Mj nin ttieiu ly ivpn i liuve tin: Celebrated Perfected Spectacles ami to inform them tlnit cash i: r. l .v. r, a u g ii n :ne our only antlion.i-t! .inputs lor M:nlisou county, from whom only genuine :ii t ielrs t an He olttained. Mah pair is stam)i(il w il h our tratle niark,!.. A!. IS.T w it lion t wli ieli none aiv o;nM;iu. If yoti o,-t others it i; VMir ftw ii fault. LAAUI'S MOlMMaS & ('. ' Maniif-ietun rM, New York, MjirjYort!, t'oiin., Moi-treal, Catuula; iSheiinUtl, Kni;Iaml. Awiil h-'7. tf. OYSTERS, Fruits;! Candies! Tin ninti-j .ijiiu-ii It:is iiMM'iiil wilb a 1 ;t!; KcU-r-r !in k til' vstt ih in shi-It r r.sn, invpuifil in nil wt It s ti mii! the nl' tit i-jut uiv, :iim1 will iilw;is ki-r im iiaml tho i-Iiiit i't riVojfi,:il fniitri, khi-Ii :i? tU'llli.lfrs, Apples, l.:t lianas. -tf. lit a Ism proposes to t oitttiii Iiis i-aiiily tnnle to tli) CHOICEST FRENCH CANDIES. As it will Ih convenient to house-keepers lie will ;i!w:tys keep i-oiistaully tni lianil a eonplett .stoek ot' FAMILY GKOCEUIES ;lt li l.iil. Hi- iWi-s to wll at. tin- lowest r:isj piitert. A lilteml fMtnt:i:ige lioui iiis ii ii'iut.s would he :inrcriatt't. J. MICHAICLOVITVIL South sitle Till. lie lnxt door to Ytinl.Ul":i llovi'l VIIIT W0 1 JrX""J I Female Colleg-e. BUOORu.VVEX, MISS. Fifhjxccen. Miles Son, f Jncl-mm, on me i. i., o. iu jr. a . n. j, -v. Will le-oiien September;!'!, l&i-l and close June "!, 1875. Alt the branches thoroughly taught, i:i eliitiing Krencb, wrilteu sot;eii ; Music voc:il anil instmutcurnl, with Thorongh Iti.ss." Tlie advantages are nit inferior to any institution, Xm-tlior niuth. For Catalogue, Audre, RiiV. II. F. JOHNSON. .Iulyl'ti,i:t MAO XOIjIA RESTAURANT It) West Side l'tll. filiate. MKE I7i.deisigncd lias jdt reopei cd the M- Magnolia Uestrturaut, and is prepared to serve the public ai all hours ut the day or nigut with the fin st oysters, fi;b, g-tme, etcM with all the other dainties tha the local market alToriis. Fresh Norfolk aud other oysirs arrive dail'. Sly bar is stocked wiih the finest ah a, beer and por ter. Fine cigars and tobucco a speciality. Whisky by Ihe Gailon, Chep. Give me a call. oettu-if PIuTK li 'I'KOI.IO. GINNING. V. WKRNKI niiiKMinn's t the tiblir that he will In pie pared by the I'tth of Si'pti'iulH'i To in ami bale cotton on tltt liiot favorable terms, at the Jixie Work. With t'ol. W. t JiOvi-, as Siip'rintentlent, he iioM-H to rive eittiit s.itiit'aetioii to li is patrol us, ;iud soiiits the iavoiti of his IViemls. Corn meal ground iils. wpH-tf. The Great Cause OF Human Misery. Jl'ST VVBLlfWEn, hi a f-itihil Juinlofe. L. ness, or perinatorrliieji, iinlueetl by S lf Ahiist, Invotuutiiry Kinissicns, linjiotcncy, Nervtiii Delniity, uinl liiiMUiiteiiis to M.-o-riai;e t-iterallv : Constuiiiitin, Knilepsv anil j Fits: .Mental ami 1'hysical litcaiacily, etc., ! liv KoiiKi.-T .1. t'ci. Ki:VKi.i, M. D., author ..i it... li..L- a 'l'lie worlit-renowiicil antlior, in this ail inilatiie lA'i tnr, eli-arlv jiroves IVoin hisown , 1... , ti.u ....-('.. 1 ; "," l'"'ntii,ur ..in 1.1 ot enie, at sutici'cr, 110 matter what his eoiatilinn may I he, may cure himself cheaply, privately ami radically. This lecture w ill hruve a boon to thousands ami thousands. 1 Sent iini!cr seal, ia a plain enveloiM", to any achlress, on receipt of six cents, or two ' pitstage stamps. Athlrcss the l'alilishers, 1 ( HAS. J. V. KI.I.N'r: & O. I 1-7 llowery, New Yrk. 1 a"-lv. ' 1. O. liox 4oS. Philadelphia Pr ought to our Doors ! liv iirran-jemeiit with WANAMAKEi. & BHQWN, Tho celclnate.l ciothiers of tak Halt, 1'hil ilclphia, I Have Sample Patterns OF TIIKIlt Fall and Winter Suit AND Ovrercoat Goods, and will take orders and have xaiinents made in eity style, in tin-it order depart ment at 1'hiladelphin. These priees are low and uniform to all, tind each armeiit is xuaraut4Ml to lit or "110 sale." The eon veitieitee of n'ettiui; re liable, iiiul ltninlsoiite elodiiu in t'A way is very maiu:.-i, and this is a la-rsanal in vitation to te.-.t tin; ad vantages' oiieied Uy the enterprise aud e-tvat facilities of tho !Ci lothing House in America 1 loin's, ery truly, I W. J. KENDALL, ioct31ui3 Agent. j. mm- a iu. di 0 ANTON, MISS. WHOLESALE AND CKTAIL DEUGCIoTS AWD AFCTBECAEiES I DEALKK8 IK WHITE LEAD, OILS, VAh'XISII, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Blinds, l V IJ-S T V V fr' S , PEItFUM E UY' I bks,waij. fai i:r, sTinfEity , : Colorado ! Excursions ".o St. l.ouis. West HiiuiirIi Dnrinff th" S-irnmer St-.f-o1, ttn- lis-onii Par-iHc au-l j I KiinH! IVciiic Tlt'.mIi vi. St. !onis ami Kati- 'itv. will n-'ll Iixt'iir-n J ickt-t t'nic St. I.onls to t Ht'in t-r ititil rinri, "fmil niix ty ilsivs frtmi tl:ttr. f" ! .. .i.. ... . , .1.. .1.,, -r...-.li...f ut ..e- i rtU.Vt e!i m ii'rtiuiitv to v-n th- i:uu r.-H.IrM .f , ( .l..r;,.io. uiuuiijj tiio biuittilul I'.uku ut tlie KotLy j Ai-nt.iiti-'- f I tn takw tvi-,. to Mi-::iri, K;w 4 loru-to, N w i Mt-xi o. NftmislvA. Oie.-a i t.i falitormu wt rL -m-I meiiil a li. ;t. wif irk nnl .tir.-.:l r nte l w y ot Jtt. Loui.-. tvtr h - Mi.-otri I'urttir. 'irutith I.me It -iniiit-.l with liric Ly v-iui hs, llm-k' rfflitiitifT i vnir c.irs, I'tilhnnuV p tlar- 1 If t::m,itn Mil- Silt'rtV riittf -rill. Jl"i t.i f li lHMtf.l (.s!l(FlmTIi mr hui; Hii'i miti its trains fr in M. I.uuis to itiuei nt ii'Milf '.It til? VVi st u-ithuitt rli.ttif. 'i'ht- 'IVxas romi clion of itii-- roatl in now rin-ilfft-l, and a!eiiS'"r tV.-t--.l u .tin rl.ts all-ia l muti from St. Imis to l'-x;n, it vT o t-r li.e Missouri- K.t sas A i'.nn a rtw,v S. Jaiia, or oer tti- Atltt'-tiv a tl l.ttitroitd. rw I'inita. For fit -I infoimatioii in ivgant to foli.rulo K-nr-si'in-, or t. ts to an point in tlie (rrat Wel, miilre or itll upon .-ith'-r ot th. f.-lL-w inr itace-l tifit-nt. .,f tin l.iuo : J. V. Ttinn.w.n. t."7 Ilxctia p- !t.. -ittl tl.i, .X. Y.; S. H . lhiMiii-toiit I'nioii ltt-p..t, r.-hmibii' 'lilo.; or K. A. r"oi'l. (leneml 1 lism-iiKfr Sttirii, 2S KtnLh t'.iiull. Sirt-ft. t. joi:i-t, Mo. (Jutstusns wilt c ckcrj ul'j dud prom f tig annrcrtU. STAULISIIED t 11 7"E AGAIN CALL PUBLIC and much imiiroved Stuck of ST loin made Shoes, lo which is added the i:np:..ve,l CAIil.E SCi.TW - d HAND WOIMC Misses', Youths' iind t 'hll.lreiis' tioe ami neivv lii.ts . t liie BUST JIAKU. Also a toll Ii.it- of HOSiBUV, iitc'iuliiig Misses and Children's English and Domestic Striped. Cotton and Balmoral Hose. LATEST STYLES Jl V JL ilil l 1 11 I B B Misses, B-s'aiil ( 'hihlreirs II A'IS Collars. Neckties, Gloves and Gauntlets. SCHOOL and MISCELL.W NEOIjS BOORS, Stationery, and th j Latest Patterns of laitial PapeiS. Our Holiday, Noiion and vmm gooos qsp rtmeht Embraces many new anil iiscfcul features, aninngst which are Children'ti chairs, etc., a full line of fixed and loose aininiiuitioii, Bieeeh and Muzzle loading Shot Guns, Pistols, and Cutlery of latest improvement. TOBACCO, (ilCiVTtrS VI SS IV XJ XPIT and every variety of Candies, Fruits, '"'ese, and Hie celebrated Ham Sausage. Choicest, brands ol Flour, Rice, lireiiki-ist Bacon, Sugar, Coff.-e and Tea, Molasses, Potatoes, Onions, Soap, m.u.i. Candles and Coal Oil. Onion sets ( just received,) and a full line "I fliti.i seeds in season, Sen ing Machine needles of all kinds.. SLBSCRIPTioxs to Newspapers and Magazines taken at Publisher Price. Don't fiL'et to have your old chairs made new by our IMPROV ED CIIAIK SEAT. ft. GWINNER & r,R0. Oct.Jl-in.J IM lVlEiSE OF New & Seasonable Cioods, AT T Mis y son Si IL M1E1R STOCK of Fall and Winter Goods is now complete, and lav Llii!r been niiichased in Eastern cities for less prices than at. sny tint since the "Late Unpleasantness," are prepared to meet the necessities of their customers by ofl'eiiiig them goods at a very small advance ou cost for cash. They have also MARKED DOWN the prices of old goods to their present value. Their facilities for pur chasing goods are unsurpassed by any House iu the city, and they GUARANTEE SATISFACTION To all who may GIVE TUEXI A CALL. JIAYSOx &, LANDERS. Sept 20 1S72. lLa KRIM WHOLESALE AND It 1ST AIL DKALEII IN STOVES VISJ lIOLLOWr-AVATtE, Tin, Wood, Willoic, Gleass, Earth en anil Qncensirare. H RDWARE and CUTLERY, COAL OIL AND LAMPS, General House Furnishing Goods. Tl., tOPPEil AM hffl Iron wre MiiioUctori-d to order mil a large supp'y con 8tmitly on baud. Roofing, Gutteiitig ami all WORK a specialty. JOB Sole A pent for the unexcelled and unrivalled CHAHPIOH COOK STOTa !Ie mvite9 nurch-i?ers to an extOrtinalioa lie invite9 nurcl of Ilia stork, which he- will dispose of at' the lowest possible rates. et-21. S'ul'i Nit CASSELL XVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCCISTS AND bOOKSEL JIKS CHET7IIJG & SMOKING TOBACCOS, itrv W:?e. Tinl BrasiilirM lor .flrditial Piiriiosw HIM'OH' SllliiKS. H ALL 1APER, G.IKDO SLt)J. toe i C Canton, Aug. 20, 1S70. UAS Light Cariiages THREE and FOUR I Buggies, ONE, TWO, Horse Wngous. Har- ness and Saddlery, House Furniture. B'ill'i' XVIiiKkic, &c. Come and see him! ISa b y . " st. l- i i r ? " i 5 1 : ilk 1-4 14 ff Vi ilMi p. Ft LHL 9 o ATTENTION TO OUR LA RGB Ladies' Misses, and 'hil-lrens' ctis- OV LADIES BELTS,, i TiV 1'i ltin.r mi l Buckles. sin. I I! tt'S I'inn Shirts. I'ltderweatv Nil s and l.aise.ns, Fres'j Crakersr. ARRIVAL, 1 llilli: I. i ; " '.V fi: ..'.:..;.,, ...... i l . WW: -B. " j&r ' : . ' X. i. iff -wW 1 mm tmmmmmm v mm srSSlg ' Z&r x - sfcy'g'gg an rornw Court Square, CAS t'OS, MIS LER3 BAIMI -? Established in 1841. E. SIZE JACIiSOM. SllfS.-S. N. C. OSRIOK Has just rcccied a large stock of NAILS, CUOSSCFT SAWS, AXHS, ' SCALU BKAMS and STEELUYAUIM, -A.NU- s: e; 12 z v. i: ii i. i. T v tt-1 all siy.es, which wid be sold vet'' ov lor cash. nngj u The recent treat tire in Oai ton was Ihe result of I hi-ex ploh, tot n I'oa-i--ui .Ai.mip.. l'U.v I no Hire Oti-i.5.JJ"" " r r I. 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