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Ota Journal City of Canton. TERMS: 3LB9 par yar, in adrano. OaaeaeAaT tMa aata, tm. Wr Hi.a tfc.Ca.M- aaaa. WIB W . SaUwr war 1 fcr . m --T I -"Imi'ii TMM(lnil9i TTf T. - 1 .a- -whiter tees Fee.ta.aTM. a. i. Koas a oo. . . BOSTOaTH. Agents for American Citizen. Tfce Jbllowi. K aa autaorlsed agent. Hot receipts are good against thla omca: Cavtox H. Owi met A Bra. Camden Kobt. Beuiaett, Fetor Monday, ci u. nsii nitwnift-CuiL E. C PostoH. W. W. H. Dudley. Vernon John Otta. Madison Cap. 1. P. Mnotpswiy. ftalnnar flvi.w-Joba T. Crati. MiliriUa Voat. Cheek. J T HOI.MRK, Seek AW STAXrOKD.' JittilD.lDj FHEU-OII.BaT. . FOeTAl XOTKX. TJntil further notice the New Orleans throuch audi will eloae (daily (7 Mo a7yTat 3.30 PJt. Letter sent by this rnail v ill reach Orleans Mm I""" fcoMtfce MsttJetniBg, while tlvana sent by ike later Mail will Bat reach the city in Mass too SMwere the nawiiy. Hkhbt K. Smith, Fuatmaater. HaabaBdiy. aeeeta at Odn nurwr niu on the third Batarrray eC every , dock . The astmbat are ad alt Patron in goad standing arejoor dially iavitad to attend ear seeecinjra. Wm. PanaruT. Master. "BSSTOooarr Oaaaaa, , No. 33, Prions mf Husbandry, meet at iM Fcllowr1 Hall. April, Jnlyand October, aW WTch, June, Thb March term of Madison Circuit Court baa been in ac tive progress since Monday, the 6th insL The term baa been one of an asnal effectiveness. A large nam ber of civil cases have been disposed f with that expeditiousness which baa ever 'narked Judge Cunning ham's administration. The Grand Jary was composed of the right sort of men : they went to work in earnest, and reported a great many true bills. Geo- A. Wilson, Esq oar new District Attorney, took ap the criminal docket on Monday last, and in its prosecution displays both real and ability. The term closes this (Saturday) evening. Bentrmbai Delegatea are Da actual in i that every Gran analml at eoi J. B. YarfcOWLY, VFM fPmwriMT, Secretary. pt and t ia hoped im the eoonty will ne i i. - ' the New Orleans. St. Iaha Chicago railroad arrive a and jMtrt6aauania7i "7t OOla tOUTB. -" a 1:48 (eaiF iiiihh i j-wj-. bu. 1 IO ajf. ta traU (eieap Sai day)Jfc30 fji. SATUEDAT, MARCH LOCAL ITEM , Tub letter of ' oar Washington correspondent, dated March 18, ia entirely too stale far publication on the 25th, On Sunday night last, between eleven and twelve o'clock, a farfoos gale passed over oar city, accompa nied by lurid flashes of lightning and a heavy fall of rain. Eaily Monday morning a brisk snow set in, lasting for several hours. We have beard of no serious damage resulting from the wind in this im Btediate section, farther than the blowing down of nnaonnd fences. We conaider ourselves truly fortu nate, when we read of the terrible deatraeUon at other points. Mm. L. Behneider has returned from a purchasing trip to Cinciu ' nati and other cities, where he pur-' chased largely in crockery and glass-ware, together with many other useful articles for housekeep ers. Go and see his new goods. Wn are gratiaed to learn that oar esteemed friend and fellow-townsman, Prof. J. J. Oilman has been highly recommended by a large number of- our most prominent cit izens, to fill the position of State Buperiuteadent of .Education, now vacant by the resignation of T. W. Cardoso. ProC Oilman' stands pre eminent as a teacher, and possesses in a rare degree those qualifications requisite to a Superintendent of Ed ucation, L e., moral integrity and mental superiority. Should be re ceive the appointment, the general verdict will be that the Governor has put M tho right man la the right place. LrppnfOunfB Magazine for April has found its way to our desk, . where it always receives a warm welcome, The April Not is unusu ally attractive, being replete with excellent papers by able authors. The scientific and historical depart meuts of this magazine reflect espe cial credit on even so old and pop ular periodical as Lippincotts, while the romantie contributions give evidence of no ordinary tastes. JTotwiThstakd nro the Legisla- tore has abolished the office of cotton-weigher, Mr. J. J. Bichards, who was elected to ' that office, last fall ia still discharging that duty for the Canton market. Our mer chants will doubtless hold a meeting at aa early day, to coo aider the claims of several aspirants to the position, but Mr. Bichards will most probably be retained, having given each entire satisfaction to both merchant and planter. -Thb friends of Bishop Green will learn with regret that he has.bcen interrupted in his visitations by the necessity of having to submit to the extraction of a cancer on the nose. This painful operation has just been successfully performed, in New Orleans. The Bishop expects to be able to fake up his line of ap pointments in about a week, and to be in Jackson on pie stu ana Vtli of April. Jackton Timet. The nay Seat: Wo nave too long neglected to apeak of the exeellenoa of this literary gem. The Sanny South is pub lished at Atlanta, Ge by CoL John H. Seals, ana uoarn yet ia in iuhkj um uuj won a golden popularity. What the New York Weekly, and the Philadelphia Satur day Evening Poet are to their respective aectiona, anch U this journal likely to be ne ia the Sunny Boom- JU nmorary pa r it is second to neither the Post, Weekly, Ledoer or anv of the older Uteranea, but ia aim ply pmr assrHeaes. If you indulge In light literature, subscribe lor if. DxcxnrKD. In self defense, we mast decline the modest request of the editor of the Fort Worth (Tex.) Democrat, to sive a few insertions to a transient advertisement lor tne sale of a certain hotel at that place. TOO liaO Mf UfWUH BUWV. uuv cant stand the w reciprocal'' plan. ladv ooneenondent writes to know what nation furnishes the best domestics in reply to which we say that although we are not very well posted in sneh matters we mel that we can safely proaonnee in za- vor of our own country. Mewsra, A. J. famishes the beat. Ther an called the "Llght-Kuaning Domestic" and are to be found at any ojfiie or agency oi the "Do mestic" Sewing Machine Company. Wb direct attention to the card of Mr. J. Sillett, merchant tailor. Mr. Sillett has been too long and favorably known in Canton and vicinity to need any recommenda tion from us. It would be wise to see his goods and prices before or dering from IxmiivilU, or any other foreign port." Wb are again the recipient of Harpers Monthly Magazine, tne leading periodical of American liter ature. The number before ns, in keeping with its many welcome pre decessors, ia Oiled with entertaining and instructive matter. We wouiu not be jaithoot the Monthly. DIED, In Jackson, Tean., on the 16th inst- k! iss Amwtm Ida Moittoomkhy, youngest daugh ter of Bev. H. H. Montgomery, of this eonnty. " Whom the Gods love, die young." At the residence of P. A. Bravner, Esq., in Chataaooga, Tenn, on the 10th inst. alias Caxawrn Saatans, daughter ef Dr, B. J. Senuaea. of Prinee George's eonnty. L, and slater of B. J. flnmmss, Esq- of Canton. "Leaves have their time to &H, And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath: But thoa hast for thine own, all sea xma, I iMaxni On the 99th Fek, at her residenoa f n Columbus, Ga Mrs. Hkula. W ood, wife of Joseph J.Wood, Esq Deoeasea was in the 24th year of her age, and fell an early victim to consumption. The loving- ears of a devoted husband, and the affection of a bright and beautiful child, conkl not pro long her lingering here below. TO TOBACCO CHE WEBS. We ean offer von all grades of (Jnewuig Tobacco at unprecedented low prices. Having purchased these goods in job-lots, fur cash, enables us to sell low. 13-4 H. G Win ITER & BBO. Aix orders for job work, adver tising snd subscriptions, lett at H Gwinner & Bro.'n, N. O. Orrick's, Phillips & Jones, or W. J. Mosby & Co.'s, will receive prompt attention at this office. W. K. Bledsor keeps a fine as sortmeot of uickles. canned meats. canned fruits, Bologna sausage, and many acner woispensioie articles fir housekeepers. 5 W. N. Bledsoe third door from Tapper building, on Center street keeps constantly on hand everv article necessary for table use. He ells cheap for cash. 6 Go to W. N. Bledsoe's for meat, mackerel, cheese, sncrar. -eoflee. tea. buckwheat and fine flour. 6 Ohiom Sets, silver-skin and large red, for sale at W. N. Bled soe's. 5 Kxhtuckt Plows, the very best manufactured, for sale at W. N. Bledsoe's. 7 Housekeepers wishing to econ omize, may do so by calling on W. N. Bledsoe, on north side of Court square. 5 Fiest quality of choice family flour for 8.50 per barrel, at W. N Bledsoe's. 7 Go TO W. 3S-. Bledsoe's tor vonr garden seed. Every variety from Liandreths. 5 Early Boss and other varieties of Irish potatoes, for sale at W. N. Bledsoe. 5 W.N.Bledsoe keeps a first class family grocery besides a large stock of plantation supplies. Farm ers will bear this in mind. His goods are equal to any in the mar ket, and he sells at low prices. 5 The new patent Window Shade, which has no rival for durability and cheapness, ia offered at red need price, by IL Gwinner. & Beo. Another arrival of Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Shoes, of latest styles and most approved patterns. We offer special inducements in Misses' and Boys School Shoos. As we intend bringing this btanch of our business prominently before the public, we iuvite all to call and examine oar stock. We also keep choice brands of Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Tea. H. Gwdtneb & B&O. We offer a lot of first class dress Shirts and Hats at cost, 10 4 II. G'wutNEB & Bao. $75 AGRiMD PBlMIDtt $75 SPfiiC M J. SILLETT. MERCHANT TAttOR, the next six new subscrib- We want, within weeks, one hundred era to the Ahebxcaii Citizen. In order to erct them, we offer the fol a lowing inducement to agents : On and after this date the sub scription price of the American Citizen will be reduced to Two Dollars and f ifty Cents per year, to all persons paving IN ADVANCE. We will present to the lady or gen tleman sending us the greatest number of New Name, 'accompa nied by the Oath, a brand new GBOVEB & EAKEB SEWING MACHINE, to be delivered as soon aa the num ber of new' subscribers, from all sources, aggregates One Hundred. BouthSlde Square, CLIVTOIV. IUXSS HAS NOW ON HAND A LABGE AND VARIED LOT OP PIECE GOODS, FOR SPOT AND SUMMER SUITS. ryWill be made np to order in latest styles at city prices. A fit guaranteed. Call and look at my g0d before ordering elsewhere. 13. GREAT SOUTHERN GRANGE DOLLAR STORE" South side Court Square, Canton, Miss. Only '-DOLI-AE STOKE" in Canton. Thus, should one person send ten Bew are of all Imitation Dollar Stores," and be sure to call on iJi Grange Dollar Store 25,000 ARTICLES AT ONE DOLLAR EACH! Read and preserve this List. names, and ten others send nine names each, the .one hundred sub scribers will bare been secured, and the partyTseading the ten will receive the premium. we make tins ofier in good faith, and it is open to all competitors until March 31st, 1870. Any lady or gentleman can maice np a club in a few hours, while vis iting among neighbors- Names of snbticribers may be sent singly or in clubs. We keep a care ful record, open to inspection, and as soon as our mail book shows the acquisition of one hundred new, paid-up subscribers, the person who is credited with the most names will be notified, and can procure the Sewing Machine, on demand, at this office, without the outlay of a nickle. There is no more useful 'article than a flue sewing machine, and the one we offer will be just from the manufacturers salesroom, and warranted new and first-class in every respect. ladies desiring that household treasure, a fine Sewing Machine, and gentlemen wishing to make some fair relative or friend a hand some and useful present, have here a rare opportunity to procure one 13 yards unbleached domestic. .. 1 11 yds unble'cbed. domestic,heavy 1 1 woolen overehirt-. 1 8 yards mattrass ticking 1 6 silver-plated spoons........... 1 6 silver-plated table spoons...,.. 1 6 silver-plated forks 1 6 white-handled knives .......... I 1 carving knife and fork..... ... 1 3 46 8 pair men's half hose. .. 1 6 granitecupsand saucers, handles 1 0 large goblets 7 wh te granite plates... 1 Bohemian toilet sett (fancy cot's 1 pair .Bohemian vases...... 1 linen table cloth.........,:.,, 1 linen-bosom shirt. ...... 1 100 picture album ........ 1 boys' bat. any color, . 1 1 sett knives and forks. ....... 1 meerchaum pipe ....., 1 Lady's embroidered chemise.'. 1 Ladj's skirt, raffled 1 Lady' embroidered gown...,. 1 Lady's linen tucked skirt.,.,'.. 1 pair Boy's " pants......... I " Men's jeans " without any outlay beyond a little 1 1 Lady's companion 1 time pleasantly spent in canvassing 1 1 large lamp, with glebe, eta,'.'. '1 1 x pair nuecauuiemcits. ......... i among their friends. We warrant the machine to be full value Seventy-five Dollars on the manufacturers price list. Send ns the names and the money. On our part, we will send the paper regularly for oue year to each ad dress, and will pay the premium promptly to the most successful agent. Ho one personally connected with the paper will be allowed to com pete, and the premium will be fairly awarded to the party who earns it. This offer is open until the close of mails on March 31st 1000 Plows and Points for sale at Orrick's. Everything in the Hardware line for sale at N C, Orrick's. 8addles and Bi idols for sale at N, C. Orrick's. Wagon and Flow Gear for sale at N. U. Ornck's. N. C. Orrick has for sale Genuine German Millet, Onion Sets, Lan- dreth & Ferry's Fresh Garden Seed. ian 15-3 m. I, andretbs garden seeds and on ion sets for sale at N. O. Orrick's. 300 kegs nails for sale at N. C. Orrick's, Wheelbarrows garden Implements tor sale at N. C. Orrick a, N. O. Orrick has for sale Genuine Java Prolific Cotton Seed yield from one to three bales per acre. Wk announce a still later arrival of tlie'lnost desirable styles of Spring and Summer Shoes, etc, consisting in part of Child's Spring-Heel bnff colored and Kid ankleta;;nos. 1 to 4. Child's Heeled buff oolored and kid ank lets; Doa. 4 to 7. Child's Goat and buff colored vamp-sole 11 yards best calico.... 7' yds Eagle and Pbcenix checks 1 8 yards bleached shirting, V 4... 1 1 Misses woolen sacque. ........ 1 8 long plugs tobacco............ 1 1 dozen toilet soap.............. 1 1 larse mirror....... 1 1 gents' rolled gold watch chain.. 1 1 Ladie's opera flannel sacoue... 1 2 pair Men's drawers............ 1 eood undershirts.. ...... ...... 1 1 Gent's latest stvle hat 1 13 i 68 pairs Ladies' hose 1 1 pair Children's shoes 1 1 silver-plated castor........... 1 1 sett roll gold earrings & breastpin 1 1 sett Ladies' liuen collar and cuffs 1 (1 sett gold-plated studs......... 1 sett, gold-plated sleeve buttons 4 1 S towels .1 1 dozen lamp chimneys....... lpair Ladies' slippers....... pair Men's ahppers ......... 1 large wax doll. hdozen napkins. 4 o 5 blade pocket Knile... 1 Ladle's hat lpair Ladies' shoes........ 1 floe backgammon board . . . . . lrtl .Ladies' corset.-good.. ...... umbrella......,...;.. ....... 1 bal moral :(feIU) 1 And many other Goods arriving daily. 1850. J QUARTER OF 1 CENTURY. 1876 The AMERICAN CITIZEN, A. WEEKLY IHEWSPAPER, Published Every Saturday Morning, at CANTON, Mississippi POLTTIOALLY, THE AMEBIC AN CITIZEN IS Independent In Vll Tliing-s. Neutral in TVothingr. Publishes a Large Amount of Fresh and Entertaining Beading flatter, every wee, consisting or CONGBESSIONAL AND LEGISLATIVE BEPOETS, THE LATEST NEWS, SELECTED STOEIES, PEBSONAL AND POLITICAL NOTES, POETBY AND MISCELLANY. While THE CITIZEN acknowledges no allegiance to any political faction, we claim and will at all times exercise tha-rigbt to approve the just acts and condemn the wrong-doing of all men in offices of i ubl c trust, without regard or consideration for the partisan relations of such officials. In our columns will always be fonnd timely articles on all topics of interests, with anch comments of approval or censure as may seem to us just aua appropriate. For a period of more than Twenty-five Years, THE CITIZEN has enjoyed the confidence of the good people of Madison and adjoining counties, and while thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed upon us in the past, we will endeavor to deserve u continuance of the public favor. Particular attention will be paid to chronicling incidents and occurrences worthy of note, that may transpire in our own State, which will be condensed and collated uuaer the capuou 01 MISSISSIPPI ITEMS." Wa shall devote much of our time and space to collecting and recording Thus rendering THE AMEEIOAN Everyone who wishes to read CITIZEN indispensable to ALL THE NEWS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY. WIS wish it distinctly understood that we are permanently located in Canton, and depend on our enormous sales and ''Picayune Profits" for success. Orders from a distance filled bv express on receipt of ten ner Cent, of Price, balance nnvnhtn nn arrival at cnoda. diva aa a call. or send money by registered letter or express. - GARRISON & BENSON, Proprietors. m. cmmw dw MERCHANTS AND -DEALEBS IN . Family and 'Plantation SaBmaS BaaWaaaaf ISSI BaaaaaaaaBBBaaTav BaBB. tBaaaaal BBBBB9 BB-eg aammBaaaal HJ ILJ Jf JLm -tt 1WL JSS AND 3 STAPLE tSc FANCY DRY-GOODS WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND a large and varied assort ment of Dry Goods, both Staple and Fancy, eebsisting in. part of CALICOES, DOMESTICS, LINENS, TO WE LINGS, TB1MMINGS, OSNABTJEGS, BOOTS, -.. 1HOES, OAPS, : ETC., CHAMBBAYS, LACES, PLAIDS, HATS, ETC. bale: noa. 1 to 4. and 4 to 7. Child's genre pomp-sole Polish, noa, 8 to 10. Child's Kid pump-sole aide-lace; noa. 6 to 10 Muses' Kid pnmp-sole side-lace; nos. IS to 3 lontb's Uoat Newport Ties; nos. to IS. Laay's Kid Newport Ties, all sizes. Old Lady's low-cut, Newport Ties, all sizes. Blip UKiy's ana dents' lias kins ana slippers, Men's calf-lined and bound Brogana low pneeo. Abo a great variety of dress and service able shoes, for all ages and conditions. 10-4 IL GWTNNEB a BRO. OUR JOB OFFICE. We are prepared with new styles of type, a full line of stationery, and a large Gordon job press, to execute, at short notice and in the best style of the art, ALU KINDS OF JOB FEINTING, such as Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, frculare, ft mphlets. Posters, Etc., AT NEW OBLEAN3 PB1CEB. Edward Sulm, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER. CANTON. - - - - - MISS. WILMAITI HOSAN, Manufacturer and Dealer in Roots, Shoes, TBTJNKS, VALISES, TAGS. Sewing Machines, Agent for Empire and Gold Medal. OO So lOl Cnnnl Htreet. NEW ORLEANS. Iw. 71-113 y. WE would call special attention to our fine line of Gents' and Youths' Clothing and Furnishing Goods, Which we propose making a Suecialty. Oar line of GROCERIES Is also complete, all of which we intend disposing of at a very small margin lor Cash. GIYB US A CALL. Established in 1841. H. E. SIZER, Acksor, miss. HAS Light Cuga Buggies, ONE, TWO, THBSSS and FOuB Horse Wagons. ness'and Saddlery,. House Furniture. IFIiIakies, &c ' Gome and see himl 13 n.li y Carriages. Har- Pare THOS. E. HELM. JOHN H. ODENEAL. CAPITAL STATE BANK, JACKSON, MISS. TOE large Era! and Peraonid Property of the Stockholders of this Bank is individually liable for its business. BANK OF blSCOTJNT and DEPOSIT Collection of Commercial paper made throughout the State. Collections of salaries of State and County Officers promptly attended to, and ad vances made on the same. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the pur chase and sale of State Warrauta, State Money, Bonds, etc. Accounts of Merchants. County and State Officers, and Private Individuals Bespoctfully Solicited. No effort shall be npnred to render those entrusting business to us every advantage pertaining to their interest. No-ll-7i The subscription price is now LOWEB THAN BEFORE THE WAS, and is only S2.503Per Anrmm. This places the paper within the reach of all, and no household should be without it. MISCELLANEOUS CARDS. T I I 33 3ES1 mZZUIWBJB-MLIBS And we areat all times prepared to execute, on short notice, PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FEOM THE LATEST STYLE OF GILT-EDGED VISITING CARDS, -TO A- IV! am moth OUB PRICES will largest Southern cities. ' favor us'with orders. Full-Sheet Poster! compare favorably with those of the We guarantee satisfaction to all who THE NEW DOMESTIC," A DOUBLE THREAD LOCK-STITCH MACHINE. I rV IT Mains n the Tirtun of h Light Running "DOMESTIC." UKluding UK automatic Ten. on, wn.cn FZVlkn CONICAL BEARINGS on both the Machine aa-lMcase notice our mad Stand. Our new and In the busy city t.lTNf-ir. Minimum reached ia the Sewing Machine world. old idea., worked out with brand new Machinery and Tools M nur own new wnri ef Newark New Jersey, have piven us a standanl of HELrlANlLAt r.Xtt. im of Friction, Maximum of lurabuity, and ringe of work, never hereto 4 TO THIS STATEMENT AND, THE MACHINE ITSELF 1 Ws Invite tba attentloa o all, eepeclnlljr thoss having; high mechanical ekill or observation. l, b. All Machine, fully warrauted. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., Mow York tiril Clilco-cro. a LAD IBS, VSX " DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS. D Til II TTV olituinud ill Hie L'liu- L JX L Jllll X. O ed Stittua, Cannila and Eurofie ; tfrms an low aa th'-j of any other rcliahlo Iioiiho. Correspondence invittl lit ;ho Enrrli.-ilt and foroign lali(;ilai,'i', with Inventora, Attorneys at Iaw and other Solicitors, especially with turns who have, mil their caowi rejuctotl in tho haii.li of other attonioja. In rejected cases out tetm .ire reasonablo, and no oliurgo in made un leas we are Buccetwfui. I1FEXT0BS I If yon want a patent. Rend ns a model or sketch and a full description if yonr invention. We will make an exam ination at the Patent Office, and if we think .t patentable, will Bond you papers and advice, and prosecute yonr case. ADVICE, oral or written, in all matters relating to patent, patent laws, or inven. lions, FREE I 8end stamp for onr Unidu for Obtuining patents, a book of 50 aa-es. . AddrjM LOUIS BAOOES ft CO . Solicitors of Patenta, Washington, D. O. 330A.TtlDIGr. i ES. C. T. REEVES respectfully im-i-X nuances that she has opened a Pri vate Hoarding Hoiiho in the lar e buihlinir formerly occupiiHl by M. Joel, directly in rear of the Wolf House. Her rooms ar well fnrnidhed, lanre and eoittmodions, ami Che table is abundantly supplied with tho best the market att'ords. After many years f snccesniul experience in this Inifniioex, . 41 ra. Keoves is confident ahe can cive sat isfaction to all who favor her house with a trial. TerDU to suit the tunes. 1au3 WM. WILEY, fatcMer and Jeweler,! Cassell Sc. Banghn's Drug Store, : CANTON. j T Unmationalty the best mrtained writ of th kind i tkt world? Harper's Magazine, ILLT7STlA.TIi:U. Pottage free to all tubteriber in IhrUnitcd Statrt il I nnrn . novrorua V.m Vnrlr. Haroer's Weekly, one year - - $4 00 $4 00 includes prepayment of U, S. postage bv the publ inhere. Subtarioilon to Habpeb's MaOAZISB, Wzkklt uiuI.Bazah, to one addrett, for one ; jlU UO W. J. MOM & UO.. O ANTON, MISS. waoLasAxa avb kbtaix 02USGI&TS A 3D APOTHECIHIC DSALSKS IB WHITE LEAD, OILS, VABN1SJT, Window Qlass, Easb, Doors, Blinds, DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY BOOKS, WILL rAFEtt, STATIONERY BUY" YOUR G. G. COFFY, PEACTICAL Wntch-Maker &, Jeweler CLAEii'8 old stand; east side square. CANTON, MISS. 8,FIno Elgia Ilanting WatcU ouly twenty -five dollars.! Repairing and adjusting Fine JTatchen, (Specialty. sc 5-yl TSV.AT. KR nr Horse Furnishing Goods. SADDLERY. CaBHUGES Leather Shoe Finding, Hnbii, SpoUes, Iro Etc. Novl4-74 k sawwws .Ft. 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