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JAKH8 A. COPLIN.
, JtoaiM Manager. SATURDAY, AFH1L 10. 1875. -T I R M S 8 OO m Advanoe. - SAtia or advotisinq II li I H at IW MM nla, aad t 0 - OWt.iarj aotiess Ac at lejulsr rstss. Lcml astittS SO tenU pr . Bailroad Schedules, jr. C St. T & o. ii. it. MUflUSSU ' . D1YISION. nrtr arrives ' Mail 11:30 p m Express... 0 JO p m Freight -ll.-a)m Freight ...10--S0 p m KrSg Mf " jtl6 p m . fcOO am 7sS p m Kail toaves Canton at 450 a m. arrives at m x rul 7:5 a s ; arrives at Chicago 0:45 Ksacsas laavea Caaton at 6:15 p m, arrivsa at St. Louis te p m ; arrives at CUeara7J0aat. - tfvaaas Canton 0:30 p tu ; Express leaves Ckieaca at 8el p m, arrives at Canton 0:30 ass; Mail Uares St. Louis 7:20 p m, arrives at rsat-r 11:30 p m. Mail leaves Chicago M0 a as, arrives at vuxm ": p m LOUISIANA division. ARBTVXS Mail .4:45 am Express.... 6:10 p m Freight 3:05 am Freight 6.-00 p m Hail . .11:35 p m . 0-.36 b m Freight.... M0 p m ftsagat.-... fcaO a m " 11:35 r m. arrives at Saw Oil lis 1030 a m. Express leaves Caataa 0s p m, arrives at New Orleans lUWpaa. Mail Jaavvss Hew Orleans 6:00 p in, arrives at Caatsa 4346 a m. Express leaves New Oriraaw at '7:00 am, and arrives at Canton uita - IB. D. FROST, GenT Man'gr. J. B. KKMP, Oeu. Agf.. v POST OFFICE HOURS. Post-Officr, y Canton, Miss., S . July 1st, 1873. 1,1 tt-ra from 8 30 A. at. to 5 30 p. si HrHPATS, bum AM. to 10 AM. HnKKT UIDKH lssueu auti i, rnw.l l-.t crra registered from 9 A. M. t A r. m. .slailscloa daily at 6 p. M. v ; Umt KT It SM1IH, F. M. ' '' i" - -I. O.O.J?- . " JU a issralarmatf. t, ..reeo Loage, ... ToTo . Jam 5th 174, K-liowta" j jr ware ele d for the tuiiuf tarn. - IlKNBT LOB3K V. F W. B. Auswornt, Secretary, ' C. Campbox, Treasurer. : . Caasss) Fare Casipaay. br. VIIL Sao.- TV ol He as ttncnr far gsnersl bsninett " on tin $it rrklsy lbl at eseh and ser; nuf.th : :arrf mttaa-rnm ltkr Moirh ui .Vni bn IMh, i a rleek.aad from Mpteavbsr IStb t' iiri lath. 7J a'cloek i CANTON GRANGE NO.272. P. H. OFFICES CTJBRTSNT TEEM. Yb. Priestley, W. M. -t W. G. Johnson, O. VW.E. McAllister. T , W- P. Wallace, sr. W. S. McKer, A. St, - T. U HolUday. C J. J. GUinan, T Wm. McBride, Sy. l. J. Nichols, G. K. Mrs, Chas Handy, l're". Miss Fannie Holliday, P. . Miaa Jennie Gilnian, F. - Miss Annie Goodloe, Li. A. St. Stated meetings, the 3d Saturday f every month, at Grange room in syiSlS f vll r. miiivi., Masonio. 1. M. Mills, W. M. JT.T. e.Ves,S. W. C L. Gross, J. W. . A. W. Stantord, Treas. ' J. A. Beard, Sec , - J. W. Yeargain, S. D. - . -" L. Schneider, J. W. - O. U'sen, 8. and W. Meetings, 3d Monday night in sca month. Officers of Canton R. A. C- No. 10, FO THE TKAB 1875. O. I Gross. High Pi iest. tUp: Wm. Priestley, E. King. A. M. Oiirlev. E. Scribe. lilts Host. MM V. uvwan! j. J, W. Baugun, Y. Sojourner. J. W. Yeargain, R. A. C. Joe Hart, ' G. Master 3d Veil . Th . Stewart. - 2d V. Werner 1st " J. M. Mii Secretary. A. V. Stanford, Treasurer. C. Olsten, Heutinel. evening of each m jnth at 7J p. rn. Ytsiiing companies are respectfully invited to attend. C. L. Gross, Hitth Priest. VERY IMPOUT-' IMT. From thin day forward our bui nesa will be strictly CASH. We cau , not extend the credit heretotorf sjiren. Those who have not paid np their accountN, pleae come for rard at once and settle anil save -II n... mn.t Iiuva th an eoars, as we mnai noriey. cassklx. & uaughn. Jan. 1, 1S75 3m For the finest aud cheapest men's ready made spring and summer Clothing, French and Amer.can CMii meres go to the Ked ill ore. NOTICE On and after this 1ste our terms win o mvariaiily aiSO " -ll?!?" "' rKJ, - " j CASH. Those indebted lo us will please call ami settle, W. J. MOSBY & CO. Jsn 1, 18j75 m3 ONIOli SETS I ONION SETS! Call aud buy the best, at. W. J. MO8BT, Co W. II. 8. Gould is authorized to receive subscriptions aud collect money due this office Clianeer.v court h;ia been in ses sion part of the week. The Court adjourned on Wednesday last, and will leaumo its session on next Tuesday. CaicagaBecr, beet Lager in town, at Lord's. The second quarterly meeting for Camden and Soule Chapel will be held at CamdeD, by Rev. W. E. M. Linfleld, on the 17th and 18th iust. Mr. Walter C. aillioon, brother of oar esteemed townsman, S. S. Cal hoon, Esq.,ha left! his city to make his home ill Miami, Mo., where he intends taking charge of the Index, a Democratic paper published at that place. Chicago leer, best Lager in town, at Laid'. We have received the prospectus of the Mississippi Democrat, a new paer to make its appearance at HazU'hurst, on the 14th insr under the management of Messrs. Burk & Bennett It is to be the Demo cratic organ of that Bection. Q . Monday evening last as Mrs. Thomas Justice was filling a coal il Inirp the oil caught fire from a li; ;b t near by, causing an expIoion oi the vessel containing the liq lid and burning her face and neck in a shocking manner. For the best and Largest stock of cnsiom ipade - Gt-nts. & Ladies shoes. Go to the Apt 3 tf. Red Store. Chicago Beer, best Lager in town, at La rd's. Hoa THIEP. William Grant, having aa appetite for fresh pork that exceeded his feai of the law, went to the slaughter pen of Messrs. Sevier & Bailey ,last Tuesday night, and, after selecting a flue ioiker, made way with it. William was arrested on Friday,- and now lan guisheth in our city bastile with a charge of grand larceny hanging over his bead. A Colored prisoner named Smart Thomas escafx d from jail -on Tues day last. lie. with several other prisoners, were put to work in the jail yard where he eluded the vigi lance of the guard, and - made a bee line" for Bear Creek swamp. He was imprisoned tor horse steal. lng. . Chicago Beer, best Lager ia town, at Lord's. On Friday evening, the 2nd inst.' two colored women named Nancy Douglas aud Mary Taylor became involved in a quarrel, on Jere. Wil son's place, about five miles west of town, in which the latter was stabbed with a pocket knife in the hanits of the former and instantly killed. Nancy was arrested and bad a preliminary trial before Mayor- Ilarvry, who placed her under $500 bond for appearance before he next term of our Circuit. Court. Chicago Beer, best Lager in town, at Lord's. A new journal is to be stai ted in Jackson, bearing the name of "The Sunbeam. It will be iudepeudeut in politics aud religion, and will de vote its eneigies to the interests of the Ii ish race. - - For the Ives, aud most durable men's Fur Hats, go to the Red store. Chicago Beer, best Lager in town, at Lord's. The wef.ther for the past week has been warm and summer like, aud the farmers have been busy plow ing and planting. The trees aie in full leaf, the fields are green, and so far the fruit crop is altogether promis ing in this section. We may reas onably expect a b mntiful season should we be fortunate enough to escape such floods of rain as we experienced last April, Chicago Beer, best Lager in town, at Lord's. Mr. R. P. Yorks. on, the gentle, manly e.mnmercial touri(t.reDiesent th. mun.n.ofh r,i inli,.r nroaa 6 r- e r ...ki ..r tha r.nmiilwll Mannf jptnr. 1 . I tj -V illiiminlait in..... "R . turn on tuesoay iasu tie vmiia us at a se axon when stagnation in al business circles is epidemic. We pav his house no compliment when we' say that we regard the Campbell press as the most complete ot the . aJ' The Pearce House, near the depot is having a full run of visitors, and juHtly deserves to he well patron- Zed. Mewm. Turk & Yearg in .. . . . , . Sepm uisposea to mane everjoouyj comfortable and at home. The , ... - , i rooms are neat ami well fur.iisucd, and the dinioc room, esi.e'-ially, is . . . a credit to the eutei prising pro,.rie- tors. The tab es are neatlv lurnish" I . . , . ;ed and well supplied wi:h every - thing Seasonable ami marketable, while the waiters, John Partee and Willie Piwhiiii, are ho Ii polite a id attentive, which, in itself, is a reat recommendation to the house. Washington is an A No. 1 cook, and for c!eanliuee8 and carefulness in department cannot be excelled. , , . i "Last, though not least," they have Secured the services of the inimita- ble Louis Schmidt, well known as a caterer to the greatest wants, of the inner man something co d, spark ling, refreshing. Success to the Pewroe House. From a circular shown ns we learn that Mrs. J. C. Kirkpatrick, well known in this commmity s a lady of great moral worth and io- tellitieiice, intend ojii nm.: a mi. i i- ery and mailt tut uiaU-ng niMnes- ; dnring this spring uml suuiiuer. Her rooms will lie in ber esiileiice, and she solicits her ti lends to ca'l and examine her new st les of hats, allf which will be f-nl.l v. ry cheap for cash. Par:ieu!ai suteii! ion w ill be paid to ail oidt-rs from the coun try. Meeting op Madison County GR4NGE, No. 5. There will be a meeting of Madison County Grange, No. 5, at O. F. H., in Can on, on Monday, Apiil 19. A lull represen tation of all Granges in the County is defiled, as iinporiant bn-ducss will ileiuand our altctii ion. M s r Ot subordinate gr inj. s at tt i X;n eie.l 10 be in attendance to recw'vi- the A. P. W. Judge D wns wi i de liver an interesting lecture. D. M. Sasdkks, Sect' . Chicago Beer," est Lager in town, at Lord's. For the finest and cheapest me-i's Fur Hats, go to the Red More. We publish m an another column a communication to the Comier Joumal describing the terrible cy clones which swept over Georgia and South Caiolina a few week ago. The writer estimates the number of killed and wounded at eighteen hundred. Chicago Beer, best Lager in town, at Lord's. List ot" Letters Remaining in the Canton post-office for 1he w-ek ending Aril 3, '75. . C. Clark, L iwrence Lockett,col. Frank Clark, Albert Lewis, Ceiestia CUioeater, T. H. McKee, J:tmea Craig, V illiam itoben, Mrs. Marv B. Craig, I). R. Toles, (col.) Geo. Delk, (col.) Emily Walke, (col.) Miss Carrie Johnson. Persons calling for .any of the above letters will please say "Ad vertised." H. li. SMITH, 1'. M. Chicago Beer, best Lager in town at Lord's For the largest and cheapest tock of spring and summer goods, go to the Red Store. MARRIED. In Memphis, by the Rev. S. B SurraU, Mr. Chas. L. Whitford, to Mine Sao B. Emerson, daughter of the late W. A. Emer son; all of Memphis, Tonn. Flower Seeds of all Kinds- Also a fine collection of GERANIUMS (single and double) COKNATIONS, OLEANDERS, LILIES. DICENTRAS TUBEROSES, DAHLIAS, Aud many other di-sirable plants for floweriug in pots and the open iar I 'ASS ELL & IUUGHN. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FITS URED FREE ! Any person suffering from the ahove disease is requested to address Dn. Price, and a trial bottle of meiiiuine will be for warded by Express. FREE 1 The only cost being the express charges, which owing to my large buaiuess, are small. Ir. Price has made the treatment of FITS OR EPILEPSY a study for years, and he will warrant a a.l - I,;- cu,luoT ,. , XJlt llUli U M.-IIII W UlUX 1' '1 A , u costs nothing, and he WILL CUBE VOL", no matter of how long standing your case I may be, or how many otucr reinioies may have failed Circulars and testimonials scut with FREK TRIAL BOTTLE. Be particular to give your Express, as well as your Post Ofiice direction, and Address. DR. CHAS. T. PRICE. mar27-ly. 67 William Street, Xe w York iOIIr;. TJ. S. Iutemal Revenue SPECIAL TAXE: May 1. 1875, to April 30, 1870. The Revised Statutes of the U. S., Sec tions MM, 337, and 321i9, require every peison engaged in any business, avocation, or eniulovuleut which ren iers hiin liable to a Siecial tax, to procure and ' place conspicuously in his establishment I place of business a stamp denoting the pay- : i L..,t - ..i.i M.-ii ... r..r s,.. i:i!- Tax Year beginning ilay 1, t-o, Oeiore conuneneini! or coutinuimr business after commencing or cou turning business after i April mi, is.o. The taxes embraced within the provi- sions of the law above qiioted are the tui- t - lowing, viz : Keviiiiers $a;u,oo , T::::"::::. xZ j Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale... uu,UU I Dealers in malt liquors, retail a0,' 0 I Dealers ia leaf tobacco.. :s,o0 Ketail dealers in leaf tobacco 50b,U0 And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents for every dollar in excess of 1- ; jn manfact,ired tobacco... 5,00 Manufacturers of stills &U,U0 i And for each still manufactered.. 0,UO And for eaih worm n.anulaciured o,00 Manufacturers of tobacco lu.oo Manufacturers ol cigars 10,00, ieuiiereof tobacco, first clas,;(uiore ! than two lioies or other auunaUi) 50,00, Peddlers of tobacco, second class . , (two horseg r other animals.... 25,00 Peddlers ol tobacco, third class (one i horse or other annual) lo.ov !P;(1,,ers ufu,bacco. lourth class (on foot oriuflic conveyance) 10.00 , Brewers of lets than 5U0 barrels it,00 , Brewers ot 500 barrels or more iuo,ij Any person, so liable, who shall fail to comply with tlie foregoing reijuire mcnts will be subject to severe pcualiiies. Tersons or Firms liable to pay any of the Special Taxes named above must apply to ;M.iiiijbuMi, t-oiiuc-t.ir i internal j Kevenue at Jackson, Miss , anil pay for and i procure the .ecial-Tax Stamp or .stamps ; lUttvutxu, prior to jiay 1. into, atlu wim- : out further notice. OFFICE OK INTERNAL REVENUE, Washington, D. C, February 1st, ld7o. J.W.DOUGLASS, Commissioner of Internal Bevenoe. imar27-4t. N. O. ADVEUIISEUENTS. i! ' rtviTll & rn ami; v. i i i v .-1 i ; gsr p. VlPI' li' . .,- SO Tt Hi'UPl ,H.ji;i,A JSt 3i m;v" i i .vi :i .. Betwt'eii N'athfZ and Gravier. Decl2-71-yl Manufacturer and O.'alcr in t S) V-.? a H"L ) TiiCNKS, V:L1--ES, TAGS. Sewing Machines, Agent iVr Kni;ire ami (iold l'f!i.l. tv-c. u, ri-iv. 17 CHALij UEs Si'KEET., IV Xew Orleans, La. Importer and TValer in Carpeting9 Floor Oil Clotliw, China and Cocoa Matting, Table and Piano covers, AV indow Shades, Crnnib cloths, Riis, Mats, carriage, Table and Enamel Oii clot lis. CURTAIN MATERIALS, Lace, Keps, Damasks, Cornices, Bands.Fins, Giii!s.l.xps and iissi'ls, Haircloth, I'liish, Bed Ticking and Springs. Burlaps by the Bale and Piece. decl J-ly PEET, YALE & BOWLING. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS. NOTIONS AKD MILLINERY, 17, 19, &21 .TSag:t2:nc IVew Orleans, La. Xecl2-yl ' THrZ High Premiums AT THE LEADING FAIRS AND EXHIBITIOUo OF THE UNITED STATES and EUROPE Including the Grand Prize, The Cross ol the Legion cf Honor Al the Exposition Cuiverselle, Have been awarded the er es . SALESROOMS, 107 Canal Street, (Cor. Exchange Place,) nsrii: v orle A.isr s X"An illustrated pamplilet. con tainintr price lists, with s iniph-s ot both theGrover & Baker S uch aiiii Shuttle S'ieli in various titnics, wilt le fnndshed on inpoi-t. t.'J7f. R. Y. SEATER, Merchant Tailor, Smith Building, Xorth Side Square. Has on hand the finest lot of Cloth, C meres aM General TAILORS MliRiAXDBE ever brought tt this city. fw-Work execuW with neatness ird dUpath. And EVERV OKUl'R i'.Zll AX TEED A PEKFE T KIT. I only ask a cimtuvia-iert of the iiir:a patronage, I have rcceiy"i m tiie pa ami, by deserving, hope to receive the si Ii. Y. SEA feb-38-tf. Important Notice to the rb!i LAZARUS Iior.&IS U tO.'s: VKLKUItATSD Perfected Spectacles. 7 E regret to inform the jmblic that we V arecoiuiK'Ilt;dttc;i!Ttioii rlit-m against merchants who re trying to iiitpobc upon them by represe ntiny to have the Celebrated Perfected Spectacles and to inform them that ; (J A S S E i j Ij A" 15 A V (i 11 N are our only authorized a.TOiits for 11j.I:s.hi -... ................ "an be obtained, tarn pair js stamp. ,1 with our traile mark, 1. Al. P.O., withoutwhicb (,wn t ...i. It you get others it is LAZAKITS MORRIS & CO. Maiiul.wtiirers, New York,. Hnrttonl, Conn., Iilontreal, t'anadn ; Sherliciil. Knilainl. April ti-7j-tt. ..iOoiij t a N to N . .'. ! - WBoLK.-sLS -1'' US W ! r,t)T!' VV Hi l i. I .KAl . OIL. VAUtS lli. ! Uimdow iilass. i,a-iii. DojrE. Biiud . tt v e;-' t !' s-' " . BO'.r.iS.WLI, rrtR.S,".l!''N? i:V .r.. . . , ..... i, AUL 1HI.1 : I -;: -Ai- Tiiii.vs i . .1 ..; Evel v 1! :n COIIj. W. 15. ALSWOliill iS prepared U tllinisll Catltoll alld viciuity with Coal, in any qu..t.t,v J UlJOtt A. M. GURIiEY, will pay for Flint cured Lide.s S-.-l :r:-jd " oc :.tr tt. ,14c V 1 . and -.v-ll ise'.l lowrr t"!l,! hejf t'Jolt- IvTKfwn in This !r.:ir- ' kti. All tii.j-.-ictH.iis t JA--i I I'r-.m this du-.e. Sept. Id. 1SJ4- tf ; (Formerly Lowe & Duncan) VIox-oItit Tailor, STTI V'ltEET, JACKSON, - MIBSISS1ITI. aichSJl-Ttrf si J2 TKALiiii IN Horse Furnishing Goods, S4l.BLi'H.y. CiI'.aiAGS3 WAGGS3. Leather .Shoe Findings, ljtil, Spoltes, Iro Etc. Novl4-74 A LEW CKRGMQ FOB 1375 The Publisher of mn im m oficrs To every Subscriber, whether Single or in a Club, who pays in advance for 1673, and remits direct to thin office A copy of "THE RESCUE," The handsomest chroiuo ever oiiered 1- a publisher to his patrons. Send ljt ta for postage. Address L. A.UODV, N. :i. 3 iter Sixth & Chestnut .ts. I'bila. I'a. MANTUA-MAKER, d BOOMi OP?iSTk4S(il.st HOUSE. fl curni. ... mss.gj - a The Rush to Kansas and Colorado The indications are that the rush to Kan sas and Cidorado wiil be frreater than evr in 1S74. The shortest way ti reach the l';ir West is through St. Louus, the jreat Iissis slppi Valley City, ot over inhabi tants, and thence wst over th St. L.ouU, KaiiKiis City and Xortliern Shoit iiiu., which reaches all the great land rants in the West, and runs jl fatt expre.ss trains, two more than any other road, betweeu the Aiis sissippi and Missouri rivers. This road, in the last two years, has e:pt;iided over two million dollars, Itesides earnings in extraor dinary improvements ot" roadway, in relay ing its line with the bvt tjiuaity v new steel and iron rails, on broad new lies, ami in passenger equipn.ent, having nubstituted lor ordinary ears new reclining chair eoaeh es witli every appliance for. cmutbrt and safety, beinjr el jraniiy titteil with tiressiitt; rootris, with toilet conveniences lor ladies and gentlemen and families traveling with children, free of any extra charge. Any ticket agent selling through tickets to the West will furnish tickets hy this excellent route through St. Lonis over the St. l.out?, Kansas 'ity anil Northern Short lane, the best and shortest ti Kansas Colorado, Ne braska, Caliibrnia, and the (ireut West it ix'ing the oidy line running through cars between St. Louis and Omaha. r map aud circulars and 1 ime-tables, address either F. A. 1'aluier, Indiamipolis, Ind., or 1. H. roat, St. Konis,eithernf whom will furnish any Informal ion desiretl. 'it f SIX it i: I I I 3 W UKH, III the i -i:y ot Canton, ar.d am iov pivpnred (o iiianut.ier ire WJG0XS, BUGGIES, And FAR Ml NO lAIPLEMEl'S ,i all ki-ids, .mil to make a;i uul ad It p.tll rf in Wood and Iron "Work, with proini't ess anil disp.stch, ami nil; li'.iiy tj uaratttcr all Work 'lone. I mo prep-iieo r. iui'oi-h I'la'erial ofa.i tii.l, V-....I! sii.d Ii'o'i, to t!w trade- 1 w , 1 ,. -i - i i it ier to tisl:l :; i' g:tic i2ci4', Ki'II.l) cn "-jt a : zz mi- insert. And liiinili and inepare niateilid lor the same. I will also s 11 il U. ' I3B WO B5 f ill i-inds, both iiesed ami un resseil. tjive ,u a trull helot e tlosiiig efMitracts -ist-w here. VALENTINE WERNEff- Oct IM. I 1 OO l-WHid tor it r:i 1 "" i r pi r 1 Ii lifitin itisni f :nv t"ni wiint.'v. r cm---: rU j th:tt Filler i'rifrtahi Ilhrum uir. $jn p w i rnrv Wiirratitid iitiinjUiitnif?. iaiil a piivk-mii . Bcriptioti nHt iuwitf.ii.v. t. 900l ie-wjr-5 iiT-l lo the fr.ri fr 01 un? Xir.l.m- f t Ili.e-uM.Htii. .-! Neuiiti in ' - t tinilii un'-t'Tiri1i as m.i y i'i . t tviti -nr" ml wiltiiii !H siiii'f It'i-ifti! of liiiie as lr. 1'itlers 'r-'g tnhi.. i.e......,t k.h1,. ?SJ.(I IS'Wir ff- liir name - - ty w- , ret ,101.11 ...r 1:1,, 1 n,:,- iniil- r rlh t, iiIiit ..f h..l!le- t a. e t't t hv pati.ul ii' "ripf on - 1" .-! v,-- vi.') M il l.r I. ti.-t IM.,: t.,- r hy ..ti I i c'l.ilV,. A. 1. 1.-."---! uil I. O-IW tf. J r ,' :! , Si -until nrtb sir-f: ' t; ei- r ,'y olVr. ,i Hli-nmatl m. i...'nl;iiik ai.,lliutioie Wjinmaw. ?rXl T',aH..x. .e-... Hlas. Soatam Dot, E. 1. But C, N. O. ), t IS A I i- ' , 1 pec f TifSl ' A lew Idea! IS LJ J,&JZvJ SHUTTLE Sow lacliie mmmmm FOR 50 Dollars ! ! FARMERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AlfD EVERYBODY Day the World-Renowned SMUaSBiiiHaclB! TIIK BEST IN THE WORLD I CSB-Tho Highest rreuilom was awarded to It at VIEISTKA; Ohio State Fair; Northern Ohio Fair; Amcr. Institute, K. Y. Cincinnati Exposition; Indianapolis Exposition St. Louis Fair; Louisiana State Fair; KLsais-siupl State Fair; and Georgia Stato Fair; FOR BEING THE BEST SEWING MACHINES, aul doinj the largest and best range r work. All other iiachiae-) in the Market were in direct COMPETITION ! ! ZZTFor Hemming, Fell ing, Si-itching, Cording, B indi ng, B raid i n g, Enbroidering, Quilt ing and Stitching fine or heavy goods it is unsurpassed. "Where we have no Agents V7a will deliver a Machine for the price named above, at the nearest Rail Road Station cf Purchasers. Needles far all Sowing Ma chbas for Sals. CM Machines taken in Exchange. Sand, for Circulars, Price List, Xcc, and Copy of the Wilson Rsfloctor, one of the b'-st Periodicals of the day, derated to Sewing Ma cnines. Fashions, General News and Miscellany, gents Wanted Wilson Sewim MachiM Co. CLKVKL.1ND, OHIO. jy OYSTERS, Fruits ! Candies! TT.. Tf,H rnnonei? with a largo and select took of Oysters in shell or can, ill- pared in all sn-lcs to suit, the taste of the epicure, and will always Keep on hand the choicest Tropical fruits, such as (ranges. Appiep, Bnnanas. etc.. lie also proposes to coiiiine his candy trade to the CHOICEST FRErvCH CANDIES. ii will b convenient to house-keepers h" witi always keen constantly on hand a coi:i;jete srock of FA Ml L Y G KOCEKI K3 -t retail. He proposes to Sf 11 at the lowest eii-ii j.riia-s. A liberal patrouagu from his ti-lciids would be appreciated. J. M I L'HA ELO VI TClI. i South side Public Square, next door to id ur - novat MAflXOLIA SESTAUR.IHT -"j js-tj West Side Pub. Square. silE ITriileisi-rmil has jiirt rcopei nl v.r I U ....n.iii,. iur,inl a .! is I'l f-.,ur-..i eore tiie ultllc SI nil huurij ol lii '1 ' ur n.ht witti Kie fin st --tcr?. fi '1' :?,ime, e c., 'villi it llie 'ittit-r ii lintiej th' , e I..cii ii.ii.kit n'.l'.iri.-. rri-;ii N.utn'k ,,nl ,-MM rit,. .1, Tie 'i.i ! . My r i .iCK.-.l au'l. the Ui.est l.s. beer a"'! l".r--r Fine cirf-.ts 11 nil tobacco a Jpeclalily Whisky by the Gallon. Cheap. , OCllO-tf PK'SKiriHOLK). 1 3 -(A iJI Ot ILL GRADES & UIDWS! In full supply of For !ale heap at 8ept6 tf A. M. GURLEY THOS. K. IJKLM. CAPITAL STATE Ml, JACKSON, miss. THE large Real uml Personal Bunk is individually liable for it bui;aj. BANK OF DISCOUNT and DEPOSIT Collection of Commercial paper male throughout the State. Cu!!ecti of salaries of State and County Offluers' promptly attended to, 'id ad vances made oa t he Ha tu. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the par cha.se itud sale of Stato Warrants, fcit.it o Moaey, Bonds, etc. Accirnts of Merchants. County and Vato Officers, and Private Individuals Respectfully Solicited. No effort shall le spared to rende.r mlvanta je pertaiuino; to ilie.r !ltl'res. IMMENSE o New & Seasossable wood, AT nmri'io ompir .jn,l Wini.T flooil.x is now eoniplete. aud hav. 1 i .i..,oU,i i.. TV.,.!....! since the "Late Unpleasantness" are prepared to meet the necessilies of their customers l,y off ;iiug them goods at a very small advance, ou cost Alley uave aiso 'IAMK13I ft ;he prices of old goods lo their present, value. Their facilities for pur- ekasing goods are unsurpassea uy any uouso GUARANTEE SATISFACTION To all who may GIVE XPEM A CALL. S 26 1872. WHOLESALE AND KISTAIL DEALER IX S TOVliS VTVX IIOLLOW-WABE, fin, Yood, Willow, Oleass, Earth en and Queensicare. HARDWARE and CUTLERY, COAL OIL AND LAMPS, General House Furnishing Goods. TI', COPPKSt AI heel Ironware M imfctured to order and large sui'ply v.a slaully on baud- Uoofing, Gutteiing and all JOB WOliK a specialty. -Sole Agent for the unexcelled an.l a Hivailcd CHAMPION COOK STl He- mirebssers to an ex-imloatioi. if hia stock, which he will dispose of t he lowest possible rates. X.. nth eiri t-21. S CASSELL k WHOLESALE RUGCISTS AND EiOOKSELLERS Qsaas, 10313, wAms Mm qils FINE CHEWING & SHOEING TOBACCOS, J'tire Uinf nil Braiidics lor. Meilieinal Purpose, UMi)W SIIIIIES. H ALL fanton. Anir. 'ill. 1S70. 11. HAS Light Carnages, Buggies, ONE, TWO, TniiEE and FOUR Ilorse Wagons, liar ness and Saddlery, House Furni! ui e. Pure Whs!iie, &c. Come and s.e him! Baby Carriages. Illinois central r. r. 100 to 150 Miles the Shortest Route rJ' o O 5.1 I O V Or O St) lilies the Shortest Koule To i T. LOUIS . NO C 11 A N G E O V C A li ti FliOI JACKSON TO St. Louis or Chicago. OXLY USE CIIA XGE OF GAIls Fit Ot JACK Si N 'IO Cincinnati, In.lianapolis, Toledo, Detroit, Clevclaiul, Nlas- Kails, Bitiralo, Fiitaburph, Wasiiintou, Baltimore, Philadflphia, New York, Boston, and all points East. Milwaukee, .tanesvill;-., Madison, La Crosso, Pt Paul, aud all points North. Decatur, Hloomingtou, hprrjftSeid, Peoria, Quincy, Keokuk, liurliiiKtoc, liK-k Island, La Stilln, Menilota, Dixon, Froeport, Uiilena, Diibuqne, f ioux City, Omaha, and all points Northwest. Elejrant Di -a infl lioom Sleeping t'nis run through limn Jackson to St. Louis and 'jlieiir. Baggage Ctierked lo si! Important Points. I For tickets aotl information apply nt I.C. I E. it. 1 'epot at 'airo. and at the N. U. fct. L. & C. Ticket ollice at Jackson. - A.nilrkell. llal Paw. AS . Cki'f. "' -"!' W tt-f JOHlf H. ODENEAL. Property of the Stockholders of this those entrusting business to ui every jov14-74 ARRIVAL lor less tir'Ces than at any time DOWJf MAYSOiV & LANDERS. - - z --.---zzrtt--d?- - s sf."f- flciINETDEB. eront jtor :n Court Sijuare, CANTOS, MIS AND RETAIL I'IPEIt, CAKttK Mifcl". &c BAUGHN. Established in 1841. E. SIZER, JACKSOM. MISS. CEO. A. rRiNCE &C0. Organs, uleiodeons The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfect .viamuaciory in tno t.niwu fiaies. z 9 Now iu use No. other Musical Instrument ever obtained iho same popularity. S-eud for 1 rice Lists. AadJrcs BUFFALO, N. Y ;0 j