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C2ri Joniial City of Canton.
JAKX38 A. COLLIN. Business Manager? SATURDAY, 8EPT. 4, 1875. C3 OO Advance. BATBS Or ADTXBTISIHQ : 5 Ci , mmil mi Im- At 130 .. 0 KO 15 . BO j at Kill "',77 45 OMWr eolnu ai s IllBMM IkfM) IWMto i... IS t eawi " J IIIIHB T T T - 11 llimini M r awun tr Ibmt W ii m mmch eotiiaauiit IwetUoa. 1 . .JmiMi ttM tMM.ua 1 BO w Mm Jm. at nfala Mm. ! per tin. fcr Amaricair Citizen. 1 ' .- Qf linriH ar r uthoriaed agents. pjfc IBsBtrti , against this office. -r- irt TT n Ii ft Tim " V" 1 NH Brauett, Pete r Monday. . , r-. It C FaaML and ' f js-ayt.XP. Montgomery. 7 T - f7i8 John T. Cretin. " "1 iriila WirM K- Kemp. We ask attention to the sale of valuable real estate by B. J. Boss, Commissioner, on October 1st. See advertisement in appropriate col amu. , The Board of Supervisors of Mad iaoo county will meet at tbe court bouse, in this city, on Monday next, September 6th, for tbe transaction ot all regular business. Candidates, remember it is less than two months till election day. Have yonr announcement in the Citizxx. next week. No time to be lost. What has become of tbe truck and outfit for tbe Book and Ladder company, which we understood was to have arrived a month since f The cotton is opening fast, and " picking will soon be an induce ment to small boys and loafers to leave the towns for the rural dis tricts. hi f"' Schedules. : - N.O, St. V& 0. ts. K, ". Mm h tbe New Orleans, St Lowis ft Chicago Kai 1 road will arrive - J sijinrt from uancon as iouows, tutttt further aotice : "ifo. LUiil. arrives 3:45am ... m - ,u leaves 3:50 " Ko., exprfsa.airivs 6:45pm r - - : leaves 7:00 " o. 8. freight, arrives. . . . .12:50 " , ' leaves...... 1:15 v JtosT.' rrives.. 5:30 " - . leaves 5:00am aotjxs. . . . Cat 3 JXs&V arrives . . . v . . , ' . Reaves.. yitiunaupniin.. ;'' leaves.: XAMi rrives . . - -. - ' , leaves.. 27. S, " rrives.., . ' leaves.. 11:55pm ...120 ... 1:00" ... 7:00" 7:30 - ... 6:30' .... 2:00" it- rc? ctice hours. 1 Pobt-Offick, ; . Tji ?: --s Cahtoh, Mres., J i . . July 1st, 1873. ' ClWlCS OPBIT for the delivery of aaltrra from &so a. m. to o.au r-. u. - COBOATS. from 9 AJC to 10 ah. -;- QoiTKT OSDKS8 issued and paid, : sm letters legistered from a. m. lir MaXU lo daily at p. M. Hu T H. Smith, P. - ' . r. o. O .F. KoLXt, LO.O r Jam a elm - d for the K. J. Bowcbs. S. G- ' riBBntr Lokd. V. F- ,yt W. B. AinroiTE, 8ecietnry, C UWIBI, Mleasarer. ' bbbm fir Cf sy. ' BHMMtl tea Uw OMJIMlom. itf.nn. sm. i Mwil fir jiiiiil . Tb KaatiBn ol the Do- b Iw iball bo oa the - liHai aiaat of aaeh aa4 amrr aionth : tm Uth.St a'clack. aad Imm September ISth to ( wi, if a eieea. UkNTON GBANGE NO. 272. P. H. OmilUCtrBBENT TESH. . Grace Chxxsch: Bev. J. P. Lvtton. the new rector of Grace Church, will hold divine service, Providence permitting, at Grace Church to-morrow (Sunday), 5th inst. ' Our readers will see the announce ment of J. M. Anderson, Sr., as a candidate for City Treasurer. We know of no gentleman in Canton who baa better claim on tbe votes of our municipal citizens, or who would do us more honor as an officer of integrity and ability. We take pleasure in directing the attention of our citizens to the card of Prof. Brown in the appropriate column. Prof. Brown needs no re commendation at our hands, having been so long and favorably known in Canton and vicinity as an experi enced and gifted musician and a gentleman of culture. Register The Board of Regis. trara of Madison county will open the books at tbe court house on Mon day next, and remain In session two days. Thereafter there will be no further opportunity to register at Cauton until October 28th. The books will then be open for three days. , New Tork -'Cream Cheese, just received by H. Gwinner & Bro. A supply of fresh and choicest oracle era, sugar, coffee, flour, baking powders, etc., constantly on band. Tbe rumor circulating yesterday and tbe day before that Mr. P. T Noouan was then dying was un founded. As we go to press Friday uight, though his condition is crit ical, bis life is not despaired of. So Say the physicians. ' So far we have heard of but two aspirants to the Mayoralty of our city for the next term. Both of these are young men of ability, and command the respect of our citizens. Either would make a good Mayor if elected or re-elected.. A gentlemau and a very nice gentleman he is, too came iuto onr sanctum on Saturday evening last; and subscribed to our paper "for the campaign." He told us he was a candidate for cotton-weigher, and wanted all tbe readers of the Cm ZEN to know it this week, but he wouldn't risk ten dollars on his chances just now ; but couldn't we just say, in a " little editorial, you know," that he was a candid ite, and that he ought to be elected ; after awhile, if be tound he nau a sure thing of his election, he would put in bis announcement, etc. JNow, as we said before, he is a very clever gentleman aud tbe people ougnc to know be is a candidate, or they might pledge their votes to another. In view of this fact, and the sub scription money, which was very acceptable, we concluded to com ply with bis request and make it known that he is a candidate. This we have already done. Vote for him 1 We will give his name as soon as be brings in bis announce ment and an accompanying "$10 paid." Won't that be right, Davef The young folks have been enjoy ing themselves, particularly for the past two weeks, at parties, picnics, etc., for which this is the season. We have heard - a juvenile affair which took, place at Odd Fellows' Hall last Monday evening spoken of by many participants and spectators as one of the most enjoyable even ts of the season. An occasional cor respondent of the Citizen said to us that he had never spent a more pleasant evening than at the ' Young American .Ball," ana prom jsed to give us a short written ac count of tbe affair for publication but ud to eroinsr to press we have heard nothing further from him, and fear be lias forgotten tbe " Young Americans " and their grand ball, The fashionable barber shop and hair-drewing saloon of A. Weber, north side court squ ire, has an ad ditional attraction for the public in having secured the services of Mr. JiS.'ph Weber, an accomplished toe sorial artist, late of the Oresoent City.. Weber has. always clean tow els, the sharpest razors, nice per- fumes and hair-oils, and elegant re clining chairs. Call on him, for a refreshing shave. Wat. Priesttey, W. M. W. S. Johnson, O. . i, W.K. McAllister, L. P. Waif ana; St. . , W. 9t MaJwseipA. St. X L. HolliUay, O. ..Aflsii.!' -. WsIieBrids 8y. - , , ,- 1. J. Nichols, G. K. 'J Mrs, Chaa. Handy, Ceres. - Miss Fannie Holliday. P. ISum Jennie Oilman, F. "I Miss Annie Goodloe, L. A. St. Stated meetings, the 3d Saturday of every montb, at Grange room iu Odd Fallows xfail, Cauton. - " BaaKnle. J. 'M. Mills, W. M. J.T. Holmes, S, W. . . O. I Gross, J. W. -- rX. W. Stanford, Treas. '." J. A. Beard, Sec. J. W. Yeargain, S. D. It. Schneider, J. W. CL Ulsaa, 8. and W. Meetings, 3d Monday night in ach stoats. af Canto R. A. C- No. 10. VOX THE TEA'S 1875. Ci L. OvoasVHigh 'Priest. " CJapt. Wm. Priestley, E. King. A. M. Gaiiey, E. Scribe. B. 'C Goagb, Captain of the Host J. W. Bangba, P. Sojourner. Ji W. Yeargain, B. A. C. Joa Hart, G. Master 3d Veil - rTb.ta. SteVart, 2d " V. Weracr 1st J. M. Villa, Secretary. 4u- W.Btaaford, Treasurer. CLOtatMa,Secaael. Bagvlar meetings 1st Monday evening of each month at 7J p. m. TWUag ova pau ions are respectfully invited to attend. a L. Gboss. High Priest. We learn that Central Grange An nual Fair will be held some time during next month, (October.) The members are using every ef fort to make it a grand success. They hope every friend of progress will give it encouragement and sup port, aud make it a credit to Madi son cou'nty. Premiums will be offer ed fur ..Madison county products. and it is desirable that the competi tion be as lively as possible. We expect to give further notice in regard to it as soon as the pro gramme is definitely arranged. You will find at Gwinner's a late arrival, and of recent styles, of Ladies' French Kid and Pebble Goat, side lace. Box-toe Shoes, of tue ueat uiase ana rnosc approved patterns. Also. Men's ttnd Bovs' Calf Imperial, Congress and Alexis 'lies. 'Lbey are giving the shoe trade especial at tea tion, and their goods will combine style with dura bility. Have also received a line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats, for tne tall, of latest styles. 4t NOTICE. A lady, of several years experience, desires a situation teacher in a school or private family. Address. u Teacher." care Akebioas Citizen, Canton, Miss. Mr. H. Gwinner will in a few days depart for tbe East to make tne usual fall purchases. He promises not to foreret the little children, and will make special ar rangements with Santa Claus for them for Christmas. So look out, little folks. Obituary. It ia with profound aorrow we record the death of Mrs. Hjcdor t Echols, only daugh ter of Mrs. Ophelia Clendanon, and wife of John H. lichola, formerly State Treasurer. The sd event occurred at Jackson, Hiss Aug. 30, 1875. Her many friends, far and rear, will unite with us in our sympathy for the bereaved husband and disconsolate mother. Tia hard to realize that her bright eyes have ceased to sparkle with their intellectual lustre; that her fair face i no longer warmed with lift ; that her love ly form no longer moves with grace and elegance in the circles of society. Yet, how. ever melancholy the thought, it ia a sad ,lity. She was born in Augusta Oa. Nov. 28 1842 and consequently was in her thirty-third year. She was married, by Bev. James Foroythe, to her first and only love, Mr. Echols, on the 14th April, 1859. A singular coincidence was that on the day of her burial she had been wedded just 16 years, 4 months and 16 days her precise age on the day she became a bride. She was the mother of four little children all of whom preceded her to the "glory land." She joined the M. E. church, under charge of Bev. W. L. C. Hunnicut, in 1867. Her health began to decline rapidly, some two years since, and she then commenced to set her house in order." She talked often of death, and made herself familiar with thoughts ef God and Heaven. She perfectly resigned to the will of God, and often wished to " go home." She men tioned her wishes concerning her funeral, with the greatest calmness, even to the se lection of a favorite hymn she desired sung over her body. As an exponent of her humble faith in the great mediator, we will give two verses of the hymn referred to Jesus ; thou art the sinners' friend . As such, I look to thee ; Now, in tbe fullness of thy love, 0 Lord;! remember me. And when I close my eyes in death, When creature helps all flee. Then, oh, my dear Redeemer God, 1 pray, remember me. Her funeral sermon was delivered in the M. E. church, by her pastor, Bev. C. B. Galloway, in his usual eloquent and im pressive words, to large and sorrowing concourse of Jackson's best citizens. Her remains were followed to their last earthly resting place by the procession of Gem Fire Fire Company, No. 2, of which organization she was an honorary member, and dearly beloved. Her career on earth was brief, but she has entered the grand pavilion of Hoaven, to enjoy, eternally, the aweet companion ship of the angels in that land where no sickness or death shall ever come. The dearest heart must cease to beat, The sweetest song must die, The fairest flower fade from sight, And close the brightest eye. A. S B. Canton,-Miss., Sept. 4, 1875. DIED. KUUbSE.AU At nis residence, near Livingston, Madison county, on Thursday morning, sepremDer Za, JN atnumei u, Bousseau, aged 57 years. In the death of Mr. Rousseau, onr county has lost another old and respected citizen one of those men who can ill be spared nor too deeply mourned. K0TTCX- FOB BKNTv A large and oom dmas brick store-house on west aid Court Square. For terms sp pljr sjt this office. myl5lf Qo to Cassell & Baogbn's and bay a bottle of tbe wonderiul health restorer, Chittum Bitters. They are said to aw a eura-alL Give them a trial and see for yourselves. PICTUBB FRAMES .Messrs. Herroa sV Anderson are prepared to tram pictures of any dimensions itaer with ar without glsss, on the SBOSt reasonable terms. Orders from a distanee solicited, with the -raaraatee that all such will be promptly aad carefully filled. jelOtf GJo Jonuies saloon for nice cool drlart H. G winner & BBO. These en terprising merchants always carry a large fresh stock of saleable and seasonable goods, but durinflr tbi. fall and winter they will endeavor to excel all their past efforts to sup ku nau lb oi me public. Mr. H. Gwinner will leave on bis an nual purchasing tour in a few iav and lay in a mammoth stock of goods, wiib a view to exactly suit the market for Canton and viciuity. He will buy largely in flour. and fancy groceries. His boots and shoos will be selected with unusual care for all classes, sizes aud ages of our citizens ; but ho will mske a specialty of bis invoice of fine ladies' shoes, which he says shall combine beauty, style, utility aud economy. Gents' boots and shoes, furnishing goods, neckties, etc, will receive special attention. Toys and fancy articles will be purchased wholesale, aud tbe little ones can promise themselves a feast for tbe holidays. All purchases will be paid for cash, and offered to the borne trade dead cheap on tho same terms. Tbe sixth annual session of the Collegiate School will begin Mon day, September 6th. Parents are requested to note that pupils, as heretofore, will not be received for a shorter term than five mouths. P. M. Wattebson. Ask for " the same " when you go to Jounie Ll velar's. New Babbeb Shop. John W. Garrett bus opened a new aud in viting shaving saloon next door to the Bank Saloon. Give him a call. Ice. Turner Graves retails ice at two cents per pound, and one aud a half cent per pound for fifty pou lids or more. " Old velvet " Jounie Livelar's cn be had No mistake. at Tne real " straight goods " can be found at Jonnies. Call on W. J. Mosby & Co and supply yourselves with TURNIP 8EED fresh Iroiu D. Lamlretli & Sons. jy3l-2iu Fresh beer Livelar's. always at Jouuie OUR JOB OFFICE. We have never had cause to complain of the share of patronage our job office has received, from our merchants and citisens in general mnch less so of late. Grateful for tbe liberal orders we have received recently, we wonld say to our friends and the public generally, that ' we- are now prepared, with new presses, new type, and a full stock ot stationery to execute, with neatness and de spatch, posters, hand bills, circulars. busness cards. . bill beads, letter heads, Recounts sales, cotton ship ments, etc., etc' ' We are also pre- parea to ao one worx, sucu as visit ing cards, funeral invitations oau tickets, party tickets, etc All work at city prices..' - ' .. Xlart; r letters) Remaining in tbe Canton Post Of fice for tbe week ending. August 28, 1875. .. . ; ' Blond, Miss Barney Mio, Austin A. Gibbs, Miss Lula Palmer, Sam - Henry, Miss Mary Pringle, March : Johnson, Clark r- Tnnstat, Pierce . . . Mi'son. Henrv - : White. Mrs. Nida . Montgomery .Miss Ella Ward, Sev. Thomas Mclnnia, L L. Persons calling for the above-let ters will please say "Advertised.' MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IiT Family and Plantation tO Qp I3P 3L. IIHSSIS AND STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS SHIRTS. Shirts sent to any part of the conn try. Send your address 'and get directions for self measurement and g?l yonr shirts made to fit. Night Good 24 OO:'.' Fine , 28 0(1 Finest 39 00 Cheviot....... 3G 00 Percale; 34 0QT HALT t4 13 Ot 15 Ot 17 W 20 .18 3 Linen $1 00 to S3 00 each. I MadegOrde Mar 8 Shirlo, Under Sli rim and Drawers iiieasiircineut, Geo. B. Morton, ' 40 NORTH COrjRT STREET, Mempliiw, Tenrj E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND a large and varied assort ment of Dry Goods, both Staple aud Fancy, consisting iu part of Jonnie Li velar, late with P. Tro no) will soon open a first-class res taurant in connection with bis uew saloon. John Liyelar (late with P. Trolio) has opened his new saloon, south side Court Square. Give him a call. m m mm ' , To preserve fruit and vegetables they must be put up in reliable all glass jars, which can be bad at jyii-zm xi. J. ubbick'sv - Jonnie Liver ir's new saloon is re ceiving a fair share of public patron age. Caktoh Grange, No. 272, P. H, Meets at the Grange room, in Odd Fellows' Hall, on the .3d Saturday of every month, at 10 o'clock A. M. Aii gooa patrons are invitea to at tend our meetings. ti '. -, Wm. Peiestley, ::. Wm. McRride, ; Master; Sect'y. .- ' ,. " , i Fob Sale Cheap fob Cash. Two Sewing Machines, (new,) one Grover & .Bakers, for seventy-live dollars ; tbe other, Wilson's Hhuttle Sewing Machine, for; fifty dollant The above is the' manufacturers' prices. We will sett either of Hie' above for fifteen dollars less the ad. vertised rates. Apply at the Citk zen Office. tfjj Announcements. ' FOB THE SENATE. We are authorized to announce the name of GEO. T. STRAIT, of Madumn, as a can didate for the Senate. Subject to the de cision of the Republican convention. 10.00 paid- . FOB B KPRESENT ATIVES. -We are authorized to announce E. A. STEBBINS as a candidate for ilepresenta tive of Madison county in the Lover House of the Legislature. Election Nov. lB7a. f IU paid. We are anthorized to announce J. B. Yeixowly as a candidate for the Lower House of the Mississippi Legislature. Election aov. a. una. iu. paia. CALICOES, DOMESTICS, LINENS. XOWKLUNtiS, TRIMMINGS, OSNABURGS, BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS, ETC., CnAMBRAYS, LACES, PLAIDS, HATS, ETC, WE would call special attention to our fine line of Gents' and Youths' Clothing and Furnishing poods, . Which we propose making a Specialty. Our line cjf r- ,. Is also complete, all of which we intend disposing of at a very small margin ior Cash. GIVE US A CALL. - - . 17. rJ?T! T? X C.Cm Junel2-m3 - w . w Groceries Low for CASH ! WE HAVE OPENED, next the Dollar btore, a RETAIL FAMILY GROCERY and will keeD constantly ou hand a full as sortment of all coods pertainine to that business, sucn as treaii - BUTTER EGGS, ' - MOLASSES, SYRUPS, COFFEE, T1SAS, , SUOAB, CABBAGE, POTATOES, ONIONS. BEANS, FRUITS creen. dried and in cans. Hams plain, eanvansed and pickeled. Lard, in buckets, caddies and tierces. . Flour of all grades. .Call and see us. m27f J. PRIESTLEY & CO. DEALER TN Horse Furnishing Goods, SADDLERY. CARRIAGES WAGOIS. Leather Shoe Findings, Hubs, Spokes, Iro Etc. Novl4-74 . . Bra. H. T. SLIHCERLASa, MANTUA- MAKER. boom, orrusmftuisiaBlHocss. canrrm. - - - ana. FOR SHERIFF. -We are authorised to announce J. W. BAUGHN as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county. Election Nov. 2, 1875. flu paio. FOB CHANCERY CLERK. -We are authorized to announce O. A BALDWIN as a candidate for Chancery ijiitk oi juauiaon county, .ejection jnov. 2, 1875. $10 paid. FOB CITY TREASURES. We are authorized to annonnce JAMES M. ANDERSON as a candidate- for Treae-. urer of the city of Canton.' Election, Nov. 2, 1875. $5 paid FOB COTTON WEIGHER. We are authorized to announce WTT. LIAM GBOSS, the people's choice, as. a vnuuiuuw iui vuiiwfu t eig nor ror JuaaiBou county. fin paid. We are anthorized to announce JOHN jn. DKuwn, as a canoiaate tor Cotton Weigher for MadiHon county. f IB paid: I We are authorized to announce Thomas Boswokth as a candidate for Cottod w eiiier ior alaaison county.' - f 10 paid JAMES S. BARFIELD 1 DEALEB IN WATCHES AND JEWSffiY! Silver Elgin Hunting Watch $25 nam IS Varat Gold Rings a specialty. AKNT ". New Wilson Sewing Machine. Needles and attaohments for all Machines. -" s KASAKS DKKOBEar 8 CUT PATTKEKS- Order fry mail or cxpreM promptly attended to Opp. Capital, JACKS, HISS. WANTED. AGENTS, male and female, to sell fictnres everywhere. .Fourteen thousand retailed by one. Another writes : ' I can make more money in this business than I cau on a $10,000 farm, all stocked, " - WHITNEY & CO., apl7m3 Norwich, Conn A V VISSEBS wanted for two sn Va r I uerb woi ka of Frmck art. "Lit tle Runaway and lier Pots," and the pretty pair, "The Dinner, and the Nap." These Muturug are wormy ot a place in eostly mines and inexjien.sivB enough for the sim dest. St llinii runiilhi. aud takkm oi hioht. Wo Kiiarantue realy sales, good proiita,and quick returns. Anv active mnnin who will take hold can make a hamlnoirie iticoine. Seud for our best terms at once. , J. B. FORD Ac CO.. jy!7-wl2 174 Elm street, Cincinnati, O. WM. WILEY, Watchmaker and Jeweler, CiuirM'll tSc Huiighu'sDmSturu. CANTON, Minx. KRninatisin oi aitTiorm wiiatver( considered en uttMfr. Fitlcr' VegaabU Rheumatic Syrup w ir warranted nntnlurioiu. and DtaTsiciam erlptton nse4 inwardly. faOOO Kewari rai tm cite Prprilr aiAny neacrae mr uneamausm and Heuialfrfa able l produce one-fourth a nianv irenulne Hvinirenres mad within tbe name lenirth of time mm Dr. Pftler'a Vem tUl Rhetunatic Remedy. 950 Reward for liar aame mt mmw war rantea preparation for Kbf amatune and Nenralgi sold under a similar tesal rnaran'ee. betting forth tb exact number of bottlnfi to cure or return the amoun paid (or same to the patient in ease of failure to core A. full description of cawh requiring guarantees mns be frwarded bv tetter to Philadflnhia. Thx ranran t. sbrntl and stating qnantity to cure, will be re turned by mail, with advice and instructions, withon any charge. Address all letters to Dr Fiti.sk, No aoutn fourth Street. No other remedy is oflfWivd mch terms, (let a Circular nn the rarinni fnrmi n Rheumatism, also Blank applications for guarantee gratis of the special agent. cmid pyUASSKLL HAUOHff, sole Agents, Can ton las. Southern Depot, E. J. Hart 4- f-o N. O fits cuki:i free: i i Any person Hiift'orinj; from the above diseoHe in ri-qui-Hted to nddress 1)1!. PitICK, and a trial liottlu of medicine will bo l'or wardtnl by Kxiivss. FREE ! The only cost beiux the xprras cliarges, whinh owing to my largo business, are small. Dr. Price h.is made tho treatment of FITS Olt Kl'ILKFBY a study for years, and he will warrant a cure by the use of his nmiedy. Do not mil to stud to him' for a bottle; it costs nothing, and ho WILL CURE YOU, no matter of how long standiiur yonr case may 1, or how many other ruuiidies may have failed Circulars and tratimoiiialn sent with FRKE TRIAL MOTTLE. P piirtifiilar to givo von r Kxpn'ss, as woll as your I'ost OlHee dil'cutiou. and Addross. DLL. CUAS. T. PK1CE. am SUoot, New Yolk A New Idea! WILSOIXT SHUTTLE- Sewing Macbine FOR 50 Dollars ! ! FARMERS; MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND , EVERYBODY Buy the World-Renowned inrlfQphinfll T11K BEST IN THE WORLD! (9The Highest Premium was warded to It at Ohio State Fair; Northern Ohio Fair; Amer. Institute N. T.J Cincinnati Exposition; ; Indianapolis Exposition St. Louis Fair; Louisiana Stato Fair; Mississippi State Fair; and Georg-ia State Fair; FOR BEING THE BEST SEWING MACHINES, and doing- the largest and best range of work. AH other Machines in the Market were in direct ' COMPETITION ! ! . tWFor Hemming, FelU ing, Stitching, Cording, . Binding, Braiding, Embroidering, Quilt-' ing and Stitching fine or heavy goods it is unsurpassed. Where we have no Agents we will deliver a Machine for the price named above, at the nearest Hail Road Station of Purchasers. Needles for all Sewing Ma chines for Sale. Old Machines taken in Exchange. Send for Circulars, Price List, &c, and Copy of the Wilson Reflector, one of the best Periodicals of the day, devoted to Sewing Ma chines, Fashions, General News and Miscellany. Agents "Wanted Wilson Sewing; Mac-Mae Co. CLEVELAND, OHIO, THOS. E. II ELM. JOSS B. ODESEAI CAPITAL STATE JACKSON, MISS, f BAN THE large Bral nnrl Personal Pronnrtv nt tha RtrmlhmfAarm T tK Bank is individually liable for its business. j BANK OF DISCOUNT and DEPOSIT Collection of Commercial paper made throughout the Stat. Gollecttonrf oi Buiaruja ot ouim auu uounty umcera promptly Mtendad to. and ad ranees made on the same. SPECIAL ATTEXTfOV rivn' t. Vi liase and sale of State Warrauts, State Money, Bonds, etc ', , . Accounts of Merchants, County and State Onloera. u&& FriY&tef individuals fiespectftdly Soodted ; No effort shall be soared to render those entrnatinir (nnafnutin mrJ 'WMENSE ARRIVAL, New & Seasonable Goods, niHEIR STOCK of Fall and Winter Goods ts now COTnprete; mrj har. L ' log been porchased in Eastern cities for less prices than at any time since the "Late Unpleasantness," are prepared to meet the, necessities ot their customers by offering them goods at a very small advance ou coat They have also ; t , 1 MAEKEB OWJST the prices of old goods to their pr chasing goods are unsurpassed byt nfc value. Their facilities for V House in the city, aud they GUARANTEE SATISFACTION To all who may GIVE THEJI A CALL. MAYSON & LANDERS. S 26 1873. WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALEB IH STOVES AJSD HOLLOW-WARE, Tin, Wood, Willow, Oleass, Earth en and Queensware. 'HARDWARE and CUTLERY, COAL OIL AND LAMPS, General Honse Furnishing Goods. TI.V, COPPER AXI Sheet Iron ware Hunfactared to order and ft large inpply eoa atantljr on baod. !i,'f.'" -l.-ii hit- Kooflng, Guttering and all WOEK a specialty. JOB Sole Agent foi the unexcelled and norlraned miMPTiiv rnnr sti. r. & He Invites purchasers to an ezaminatloia of bit stock, which he will dispose of at the lowest Lissible rate. pt-21. 8 mth east i, SCHNEIDER, Ja.jrei orer Court Square, CANTON, MIS. CASSELL & BAUGHN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUC ISTS AND BOOKSELLERS iiiii, iiMii pjiisto am FINE CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCOS, ' Purej.Winek tnd Brandies Tor Medicinal PnrMses, . - mxuow sbades. wall rires, carCen SEUM, &c Cantnn, Aug. 20, 1870. Established in 1841. E. SIZEJR, JACKSOM, MISS. HAS Light Carriages, Buggies, ONE, TWO, THREE and FOUK Horse Whcous. Har ness and Saddlery, House Furniture. Pure Wllittkien, &c Come and see him! Baby Carriajros. J. V. FiTCiAliT.T Canton, Mississippi, A OEALKU IN M E LIt " SES, CA8EXTS IMITATiOH R0! "COD COfHES Wlio would be without ice uolt weather as this t Its wtwt ia eqaal to nothing. Dispense with fMMne thing less rrfinKliiujr and whole, some, and ask Turner Gj avea to de- I liver you a r"rtin quanlity erery I uioriiiug. Oiy two ctiits per uu d. Kt p s h1.