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Official Journal City of Canton SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1S79. Brat So. 1. For Supervisor, J.B. POWELL. For Jrmtioei of the Peace. O. VAX VACTER, LEO BAILEY. For Con8talIefl. W. R. CHAMBERS, OIIX BRAXSFOKD. XCsecntrva Committee U, b.Caotwux, Chairman; from tbeCoun- ty at large. Beat Xo. 1 Geo. Bandy. J. L Averett. Beat So. H. W. Lawnon, Wm. Wilson. Baat So. 3 J. If. Randall, XV. B. Kicks. ' Beat No. 4 Tip Allen, AU Chichester. Beat So. 5 Wm. McWillic, XV.U. Dudley. The touexamkxt is progressing as we go to press, (at noon, Friday. 1 A very large crowd are in attend ance. We will give a full account ol the affair next week THE University of Mississippi will open on the 2.3 tb insl. There is no quarantine at Oxford except against 'Memphis, aud the Univer sity is prepared to receive aud ac commodate a large number of stu dents. Read its advertisement. JVbad the large new advt. of Prof. Brown. Be id now prepared to furnish pianos and orgaus of the very best makes at lowest prices. Prof. B. boya for cash, and gives the purchaser the benefit ot bis ad- vautageoai terms as well as of his thorough knowledge of musical iu trumeuts. m m V- CA5TOM Female Institute is now iu full operation. Prof. Magruder informs us that the attendance, on the 8th iust. was by far tb largest he has ever bad on au openiug jy, and many pupils have fciuce beeu entered. Prof. M. is ably as sisted by those capable and popus lar teachers. Mrs. Ann Harvey and Miss Maria Gould. We wish this excellent home institution that blgh device of success it so well merits. Col. Singleton and lady are expected home this evening. The Colonel is doubtless fatigued by las extended canvass and desires rest. Nevertheless, it is the unani mous wish of the people of Madison that he will address theui at au oily day. II is county-meu desiie to bear one ot those eloquent peedied which ha.'e recently edifi ed the people of other couuties and added so much to our Representa tive's fame. Osb t the mysteries is bow a mule's tail is shaved with so little loss of life. Vicksburg Commercial. It i all because the mule don't have a fair chance. Lie is backed up against a fence,whilo the shaver stands oh the safe Bide, pulls the caudal appendage through the bars aud curtails its hirsute coveting. This is no shame to the mule only his misfortune to be in the minori ty ; aud be usually gets even by kicking the pinchbeck breastpin off Sambo's biled shirt the first muddy Sunday succeeding the indignity. .A. Good gatuestioa. Editor American Citizen: Dear Sir Can you not use the influence ot your paper towards get ting op an eutertaiiiment for the heuefit of the Memphis sufferers T Our people have certaiuly not for gotten our own season of distress and want during the summer of 1878, and the generous response to our call for aid from all quarters of our common country. The people of our couuty are as generous and noble as those who assisted us. Let some one make the move, and call their attention to the need aud suf fering of Memphis. Canton, Sept. IS. A Fiuehd. We hope that the ladies of om city will act upon this hint. Doubt less the Philharmonics and others would gladly aid in getting up au entertainment, which all would patronize, aud devote the proceeds to the rolief of Memphis. The movement only wants a starter. MEN'S HATSr YOUTHS' II ATS, BOYS' HATS, JUST RECEIVED. . The largest and most complete stock of fine, stylish far hats, direct from eastern manufacturers, that has ever been slnped South, which will be sold at prices to please every body. Cheaper than the cheapest. At the reliable house of aep20 CL.OBOS8. All work in the burlier' line done at the lowest prices, for cash. at A. Weber's tonsorial pai lor. 13 The Only First Class Restaurant in Canton. Mr. Chas. Brizzolara has jnst bad bit bouse renovated and refurnish ed, aud is now prepared for the fall trade. His bar is supplied with the finest ot wiues, liquors aud cigars. Fresh beer always on tap. Would cull spec ji attention to bis restau rant. le"uas employed au experi enced aud skillful cook, and his table is at all times supplied with tte very best the market affords oysters, fish, game aud all other delicacies in season. Gentlemen from a distance will find at this bouse every comfort and accommo dation desired. Special attention paid to the wants of gentlemen from the country attending court. Prices reduced to suit ibe limes. 2fpt.l3. CHAS. BBUZOLAEA. Mr. Jno W. Funua, wbilom ol Yazoo, but now located at Crystal Springs, wits iu lUt city on Sunday. Mr. William O. Baldwin wishes bis friends to know that be is snles nan in the dry goods store of Mr. M Sfliguiau, and solicits tbeir pat rouage. Will sell goods cheap for ca$b. Mr. R. W. Garrison, proprietor of the Dollar Store, left Sunday morn ing for the principal Northern and Western cities, where he will pur: chase a bis stock for his fatuous store. That pnpnlar gentleman, Mr. A. V. Stanford, who is an experienced salesman, lain the house of Stade ker & Sons, where he will be pleas- el to see his olil friends from the country, and fhow them the many novelties in dress goods, anil the great bargains that may now be bad for a little ready cash. Mr. S. L. Mostly, so long and fa toralilv known iu by gone days as one of Canton's most active ami energetic merchants, is in town. Mr. M8by's residence is now in St. Louis, but he is usually on the road. representing several large mercan tile houses of Sr. Louis, Uostnnaud other cities, His old friends are glad to aee him looking bo hearty aud j-outbful. And now comes George Sanders son, of the Friar's Point Gazette, and says: "Although a man's nose may be knocked around under his left, ear, it is still the scenter of his face." Ob, George. George, what have you been doing I Brown "What ! Blobbs an over rated dunur ! Come, J say now. Topsawyer, you once told me your sell ho was tbegrea'est genius that had shone on the woild since the days of" . Lit te Toota-cyer "Ah, that's when nobody had ever beard if him, you know. But now why, hanged if they dou't make more fuss about Blobbs thau they do about me." Tub Arkansas Stale Press Con vention having disposed of all the important business legitimately pertaining to the meeting, then turned its attention to and passed resolutions to favor the emigration ot the negro populatiou to Kansas and this feeling is growincr in all the old slave Slates. Raymond Ga zette. Cutting childteu's hair, only 23 cents, at A. WEBiia's. I would inform the gentlemen of Cauton aud surrounding country that I am not only shaving at one dollar er month, but I keep at all tunes everything clean and as nice as iu any short in town or country. Call and see for yourselves. sep 10 John Garbett. Call at W. W. "wisharfs, and examine his large stock Ot 8tove.c, erockery and bouse, furnishing roods, which he is selling very low for cash He has the celebrated paper chair bottom, which is super ior to the wood seat, being more elastic and durable. Call and see belli. W. W. WlSUAKT, sep. 20. ' A gout. Mb. W. J. Kendall, the skillful merchant tailor, is just now in re ceipt of a large and varied assor- ineut of samples from the houses vvanKiuaker & Jtrown ana Jacoii Reed's Sons. Philadelphia. Iieing agent for these firms, he is enabled to offer goods at a slight advance ou easteru prices, and will cut, nt and make up the same, in the Uett style at reasonable rates. Geutle men intending to purchase fall and winter clothing should call on him. at his sion, north side square. naviug the only first class white barber shop in Canton, I so licit the patronage of all gentlemen who regard hkiII and perlect neat ness as requisites !o a shave, hair cut or shampoo. A. Webeb. Mrs. J. C. Kirkpatrick would notify her friends aud customers, that she has removed her goods to the store recently occupied by Mrs. Ottp, where fche expects in a short time, it fine stock of new sty le milli nery, to wbieh she invites inspect lion, as sbe intends to try to please all iu price and pattern. Mr. Jacob Darter, the butcher, keeps a constant supply of fresh, tender beet and mutton, at his stall ou the west side of Court Square. Weber does not shave for a dollar a month. His price is 15 els. mr shave; but everv thing is new, e.leuu aud white at bis shop. Prices always reasonable. v Tho Beat Tbinson Ice. Fresh Country Butter. Soda and other Crackers constantly on hand and for sale by H. Gwinnek. Ladies, get permanent relief by using "BLACK-DRAUGHT." Fur aale by W J Moly and Co. Bear in mind that the Little Giant Cigar baa a full Havana filler, i sold at five ceuts, and exclusively controlled by U. G WINNER.. Query: AVhy will people auflVr with indigextion when " BLACK-DRAUGHT" will cure them? For sale, by W J Moaby and Co. icei ice: i For sale at 2 cents per pound, any quautitv under 20 lbs; over that at 14 cents ix-r ixiuud. A constant ui.piy always ou baud at James Priestley's, Agt. Have your prirtlug done at the Citizen Job Office. . NEW MARKET Mr. Joseph Miller an experienced butcher, has leuted the bou.se formerly used by Mr. Sevier, anil will keep on baud Beef, Mutton, Pork aud Sausage at living rates. Give him a call and tft the assertion. J ut ltrcf ired At W. J. MOSBY'S Drug Store, a large assortment of beautiful Wall Paper and Bordering. Also Win dow Curuius new s'jlce. The Fever in Memphis. Memphis, Sop(. 18. Two new cases of yellow lover mid two deaths have tu rn repotted this moriiing. The weather is clear mid pleasant; thermometer sixty one. O.vstets Li ripe), and Charlie Brizzolara announces that he will sell them, fresh and fat. cheap for cash. Ho uiukes lake flsli, also, a specialty. Politioal Prospects. California and Maine have gone Republican, and in each case a very severe pill has Ijoen administered to the Greenliackers. The Repulili cans have shown much niorestrt-ugh than was conceded to them, wiul tue lireenttackers nave, ex lit oiled a venkuess that none counted on. Maine having piled up a respec table Republican, majority, Mr. Blaine's nauie will now be connec ted with the Republicau Presiden tial nomination, but the boom will be mild, and will frighten no one. lite elections in Ohio and New York will be the important fall elec turns, aud to them all eyes will nat urally turn. Should those States go tor tho Rrpulicans, iiiauy will regard the death kuell of the Dem ocratio party souuded tor 1830 while others again will view th expression us but the rejectiou of both Mr. Tildeu and Mr. Thurman, and a trumpet call for another man. However, should Ohio go Demo cratic and New Yoik Republican, Mr. Thurinaii's stock will go up. aud Mr. Tildeu's dowu : while. should New York co Democratic aud Ohio Republican, a state ot affairs just the reverse will occur. All the powers of the Federal Government, iu all its multiplied relations aud influences, will be exerted to their utmost to force Ohio and New York into the Re publicau column at the ensuing elections. Time alone will show if the tremeudous efforts will be successful. I have ordered, and will soon receive, a lot of new furniture for my tonsorial parlor, embracing. among otber things, two large. splendid mirrors. By the 1st ol October my shop will be iiewly fur nished and carpeted in a style uu sut passed by any iu the State. Sep. 13. A. Webeb. Peof. W. U. Haetwell. is pre pared to give lessons in Vocal and Instrumental music, ut his resideuce on the following terms: Pianoforte, Guitar, or any other instrument, witu vocal music, per month, 95.00 ocal or Instrumental lessons in class of ten, $i 00 Vocal or Instrumental lessous in class of twenty, 92.00 Lessons iu thorough bass or the higher art of instrumentation aud composition per mouth, $0.00 REWARU! Tho undersigned merchants aid others of the city of C.iutou, utter the following rewards: Fifty dollars lor the arrest and cout'ictiou of any person oujliig seed or lint cottou unlawfully in Madison c. unity. Twenty five dollars for tho arrest and conviction ot 'iny person selling seeil or lint cot ton uu lawfully witbiu Madison county. J Stadeker & Son, J T Priestley, Mavson & Landers, C Li Uross, O A Baldwin & Co, S U Divine, Phillips & done, W J Mosby, J M Anderson & Co, A N Parker, Yaixlell & Maxwell, Hiller & Levy, Tunstall & Handy, N O Orrick. Canton, Sept. O, 18(9. THREE MO.NTIIS FOR FIFTY CENTS! Soda "Water. Ice Cold, flavored with fresh, fine syrups, or extracts, dc a glass, at may 24-tf II. GWlSSISli'S. Mrs.- Fa n ii ie Jones will make beautilul curls and braids from ladies combings. Give her a call aud ezamiue this clas ol articles. Persous wishing Piano's Tuned cau have it done by appl. ing to me. Adolphus Brown. Forty years' trial has proved " BLACK DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in the world. For sale by VJ Mosby and Co. PEOPLE IN WANT Of a pure whisky for medical or so cial use, should buy only I. vV. liar per's Nelson County (Ky.) Whisky, because it contains no foreign sub stance of any kind to give it flavor or old age. It is the extract of the best gtatii grown in the Blue Grass region of Kentucky, hence is essen tially bread iu a fluid Stale. 2tnt a barrel leaves the distillery until it has attained au age of at least fatir years, and being loi wattled diicct Irom where it is made to us, patrons can rely upon getting it iu its abso lute purity and excellence. JiSO. LtVKLAR K Co., Sole AgtS. "BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills and fevvr impossible. For sale by V J Mosby A Co. e Brown Barnes continues his mar ket, near I lie. engine house, mill keeps the best of Ire-li meats every day. Prices to suit the times. Just Received. Direct from New York oily a Hue assortment ot now style jewelry, all ol which will be sold cheap for cmh. SWAIN & PlIILLirS. One dollar's worth r,f 'BLACK. DRAUGHT" will pave fifty dollars iu doctor's kills. W J Mrwlrj- Cv THE TIN Aolice to Travelers. The Commercial House is the place where real accommodation cau be obtained. Bieakfast from 7 to 0 a. in., dinner fr.'tn 1 to 3, sup per Irom 7 to 8, aud comfortable, beds and rooms. A spring wagon runs to mid ftoni the depot at all train hours lor the transportation passengers mid baggage for the public iu geuerul at moderate charges. All orders during the night for persons who des.re to be awakened lor the trains must be left with my porter, Dick Lucliett, at my office, next door to the Singleton House. MRS. C. SULM, Proprietress, Commercial "As You l.ikcit." Sw ain & Phillips will irive Jewelry or.Ciitdi, for old goU or silver. Mch-29. Liver pills contain arsenic: u BLACK DRAUGHT" is as harmless as tea or cuilec For sale by W J Mosby &;Co. TJtted in Nearly FC very Xocality in Settled Beyond a Docbt. No one questions the fact that more cases ot whites, suppressed and irregular menses and uterine ob stiuclions, of every ind, are being daily cured, by Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator, thau by all other remedies combined. Its success in Georgia and other States is beyond precedent iu the annuls of physic Thousands of certificates from worn. en everywhere pour iu upon the pro-. pi let or. 'me atteutlou ot promis lent medical men is aroused in be- half of this wouderlul compound. aud the most successful practttiou ers use it. If women suffer here after it will be their own fault Female Regulator is prepared aud sold by Ii. 11. Bradlieid, Druggist, Atlanta, ha., and may bo bought tor f l.oU per bottle at any respect able Drug Stoie iu the Union. Effects Truly Wonderful. Cartel sville, Ga. April 26, 18C0. This will certify that two mem bers of my family, after having mat tered many years from menstrual irregularity, and having beeu treat ed without benefit by various med ical doctois, were at length com pletely cured by one bottle of Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator. 1 therefore deem it my duty to fur uish this certificate, with the hope of drawing attention of sutferint! womeiikind to the merits of a medi cine whose power in curing irregu lar aud suppressed menstruation, has been proven under my own per sonal observation. Its eflee.t on such cases is truly woudeiful. aud well may the remedy lie called "Wo tn au's Best Friend." Yours respectfully, Jas. W. Steange. Fur sale by Puillitis & Jones. Canton, Miss. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S K U H N Lis removrd to Mr. Jones' kuiltlin;, oast sitto of Court Stiuare. at;iti-3t COAL I C0AL Owing to the low water iu the Ohio river, we have liecu tillable, to oner the tizeus of Canton any inducements on coal so far this season, but hope goon to he able to nave a larije supply ou baud, and can then otfer CHOICE PITTSBURG COAL nt the lowest market price during the coin ins winter. Thanking the citizens of Canton aud vi cinity for their kind patronage in the past, and hoping by futr dealing and striet at tention to business to merit a continuance of the Mime in the future. ltesp'y, your obedient servants, scpC CHAKi CO. Just Received s A NEW LOT OF TURNIP SEED! At W. J. MOSBY & GO'S. Notice to Bridge Builders. I will let out to the lowest bidder, on Saturday, the 2CtA of September, 1879. the contract to huild a hridgo over Kentueta creek ut Magrmler's -llll. huiecibcatwiiH on tile at Clianeerv ClerK s otliee, also at Evans' store in t.'antdeu. J. L. t . JlK)i(E, Sept&3t M. It. S. District 5. IS. V. HEATER, Merchant Tc.ilor, One door Suuili of the Ruby Saloon, Will be pleased to serve his old friends and customer on the most reasonable terms. An cxierieuce of twcuty-liva years in his business justilies the belief that lie knows something about it. Give him n call, and leave your orders lor Sum mer clothing. June 14-tt I.. LIEEIIl., Manufacturer of Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Etc., Etc., Dealer in SADDLERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE. SHOE FINDINGS, SOLE LEATHERS CALF SK1NS,ETC. HIDES, FURS, WOOL, I1EKSWAX and TALLOW bought at the highest market price for cash. My stock is full and coinnl. te :i ml Inn ing bought tin same lor cash I can olti r to pun-liuscrs sinvtliiiig tliey need in uiv line ut the very lowest figures, full nun ex limine my stock before purchasing else where. Very Respect fully. Feb 8- L. L1XDE.MANN. 2)QQ A WKKK in your own town ami no (a u I al lisknl. You cnu jrivo (In- business H trim wiiiioiit pXmiim. Ji Im'n. oppor tunity fver .inVrrtl for tlim willing to work. Von mIioiiIiI try nothing until you Hvvt for yourwlf wlmt you ran lo ut th lUHinKH we ollVr. No room Iu rxpbun In it. Yon .-an lvotnall your Um r only your Kpare time to it ami mako in-.it pay fr every liour that you work. fJ'omtMi iiinko tit murli a mrn. i!ml for m-i-rial privuto tmm and pnrtU'iiiiiiH, wlilVh wa until ivw. $." outfit free. j'oiit complain nt Imnl tiniPH n hilt von luivr- niit'li nli;itir AMrfts H IIALLK'l' A CO, lortlainl Mw, JJISS. & TENNES & TENNESSEE R. Ii. of! COIN'O NORTH. PoHson'jer train Iraves Urenud.1 4:45 a.m. Arrives at MeinphU IU:li a.m. ooiNO socru. Pansenger train leaves Memphis. ..3:10 p.m. Ariives ut Grenada .H:15 p.m. ftlitkes close connections ut Grenada with trains ou the Central road, for Canton or Memphis. c. St. L. &. in. O. RAILROAD. NOKTH. So. 1 Mail leaves No. 3 Mixed " 1:30 a.m p.m .8:1(1 p.m .... ti:3Upm No. 5 Freight No. 7 Freight " .... SOUTH. So. S Afail leaves..... No. 4 Mixed .... .. . No. 0 Freight - No. Freight ..lJ-.50a.ni . ti:IMI a ni . 7:15u.m . 3:30 a.m POST OFFICE. From and after this date, until further uotiee, mailt eliwe. us follows, from thia otliee: For North and South at Up. Sundays at 6 p. in. Oincc. hours dailv. 8 a. m. to 6 p. : Sundays 11 a. in. to 10 a. m. Money Order and Kegistered Letter Department,'. a. in. to 5 p. m. HEXEY SMITH, Postmaster. I. O. O. V. Canton Lmljje No. 105 meets every Wednesday niirht at 8 oVIiKtk. Loilo room in Odd Fellow' Hall building. Vis iting bietlireu nre cordially invited. Davu Fcltox, Secretary. HiBlSOS COUNT? DIEECTOET. CIRCUIT COURT. S. S. Calhoon Iii(lj,'e E. P. Hriscoe... -District Attorney Circuit Court conveus at Canton on the 4th Monday ot March and September, and continues 'it days. Tho Judicial District (9th) is composed of the comities of Modi sou. Yazoo, Hinds and Copiah. CHANCERY COURT. E. G. iPeyton Chancellor Chancery Court convenes on the 3d Monday of January and July and con tinues. 'i days, the same counties coin pose this, that compote the Circuit Court District, uud is kuou as the iHu Chan cery District. COUNTY OFFICERS. W. B. Stinsou... . ...Sup't of Education ii. W. Anderson Ciicuit Clerk E- S. Jett'rey Chancery Clerk T. J.Priestley... .Sheriff J. M. Anderson. .Treasurer A. It. Coleman . . . .Assessor BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Robert Cheek, Presido-it ; J. It. Powell, J. W F. Moore, Geo. J. llulme, E. 11. Green, CUT DIRECTORY. CITY COUNCIL. G. W. Thomas Mayor I . East Ward Aldermen. 11. K. Jones, A. W. St.mfold. I M, Mills, II. Sninei ji, I"' Isliaui Garrett, 'est Ward Aldermen. W. KWIllff, James Priestley,.., City TrAiirtr ;. If. L.l'8lt.. Mursiiai IJUESISYTEIJIAX CHURCH. Kev. Dr. . ISpilluian, Pastor. Services every Sun ilay morning at 11 o'clock, and in the even ing 7 oV-lock. ubl-uth school at 9 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. W. E. Tynes, Pastor. Services every Sunday morn tit; at II o'clock, anil in the evening at 7 'clock. Sabbath school at U a m. CATHOLIC CHURCH Father R. De Fallois, Pastor. Mass every momiiiir at 7 o'i-Iih Iv. on Sunday 1st Moss at 7 a. in. second Mass nt 10 o'clock a. in. Cntecliisiu ml Instruction for children at 3 o'clock p. m. esper at 4 o clock p. m. 1 ETHODIST CHURCH Rev. R. D rl Norsworthy, Pastor. Services every Sunday morniiiir at 1 1 o'cliHrk, and in the evening ut 7 o'clock. Sabbath school at J a. m. CONGREGATION IVSAI ISRAEI R.v Dr. Sophar. Services Friday eveninjr at o'clock, Suturilay morniii!; at iu o'clock. FIRE DEP4RTMENT. STEAM ENGINE COMPANY". Dr. C. S. Priestley Chid Engine Foreman- Eugene onway Assistant Forcn.un V. L. Craig Assistant Engineer ..Robt. Mosbv President J. W Maxwell :ec'y and Iiinis v S. C. C'lcliraii Mt;eting ot the Engiue Compauy 1st Friiluv iu each month. HOOK AND LADDER CO. ruaiiwii.... -- " I 1st. Asslstanr h. 1. Svam I Sect'y and Treas'y Wilbur Ford 1 l. r l K St wart Wash Powell Mevtintr the fiook una Ladder Com- pany the tivHt Monday iji ach moi.th. NEAV TIN, STOVE, and FCRNITUEE HOUSE, (UNDER THE MASOKIC HALL,) Canton, - - ZVIiss., W. W. WISHART, ACT. Has ou hand a full assortment of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, G KATES, And Everything Else iu tho Hardware and House-Furnishing Line. Manufacturer ol all kinds of TIN, COPPER, SHEET-IRON WOBK. Suec.ul attention given to ICooflng-, Caiillcrin, I Mill Work. All Goocls sol.l nt the Lowest Cash Ii ices. All work ";ii;iriiiitcoil to give tii!lt;u;tioti. dec 18 XV. Y WISIIAKT, Agt. Don't You Forget It. JllKt received at. (I. (I. Coll'v's the lyrcest assortment, and tinest slock of spt-ctacles and eyeglasses evei lirouglit to Canton, consisting, ol criscoi:, i-onvex, douhlo-i-oiivcx. ronciive, iloittlo roiicjiv', concavo convex, hit'oeii! uiul genuine i. lil.le lenses, also smoked ciiiiilli's and goejiles for weak eyes, call and ace them M:li-h! IViillinery ! Millinery!! The very best Hitirles fur Bale at tho very lowest ri- by Mits Fannie Jcnes. PIANOS AND ORGANS, Vt LOW PRICES!' Having obtain?! the agency for standing and reputation. I aiu now inducements. I guarantee to sell can le bought anywhere elae. I ci us kuo Hgeiit. au instruments best material, iu fine style, with all ranted for five Tears. I offer new $isS and upward. Parties wishing taste ro ouy irom roe. l urtner Humiliation given on application. I ul otter for sale several secoud baud Pianos, in good order, at low prices. Sfp20 3ro ADOLPHUS BROWN. COMMERCIAL HOUSE, North Side Court Square, CANTON, - - - - . MISSISSIPPI. Respectfully nnnoouccs. that iu addition to my Bakery and Confec tionery establishment, I have opened a PBIVATE BOARDING HOUSE as above stated, which will be kept in first-class style. Ample accom modation and entire satisfaction guaranteed tor the citizens as well as guests frotn the country. The table market, aff.irrt. Elegantly furnished and carpeted tor commercial travelers. Terms : Per day, $2.00. supplied with supper, lodging and ureaKMsr, jo cents. March 21. DENTISTRY, Drs. T. O. and HavittfT formed a copartnership in their profession,offer their services to iue citizens oi Canton and Terms to suit the times. LOOlilNCr CiLASS THE LARGEST HOUSE OF COMPETITION DEFIED. Parties wishing' any of tho foilowiutr articles will do well to give me a call before linrchasing elsewhere : French Plate Mantel and Pier Mirrors of all styles in Gilt, Walnut and Gilt, and particularly the Ebony and Gilt Queen Annie Mirrors, which ire all the rage at present in the North. v'indow Shades and Cornices, ot the most 'leg nit designs; also, Portrait -mid Picture Frames of tho tiuest patterns, and the lirgest ami latest publications of Engravings, Oil Paintings and Chromes constantly kept iu stock, werefroni artists and connoisseurs may feel proud to select. Do uot forget that competition is detied, but couio and uc convinced at March 23. IIOi'T FA SEND YOUR FOR MILLINERY AND TO Mme. ROSA So. 9 Chartbes Street. EU Spring Stock, stdected by her while in the city, and prices lower than any ItrUoods cheerfully exchanged when Derlin Zephyr 12 illIKISTIAN OLSEN j CONTRACTOR & BUILDER And Dealer in LUMBEROF ALL KINDS, Liberty street, rear of Mull office- CANTON, MISS. I prepared to don't kinds of rarp-ntrr wora; mu -outmcu lor bnildin; in Iheriiy and conutrv. Ii.n berof all kinda and beat quality for aale W'il' makr olan on appllcHtinn FOK t'II4ICKi:V CI. Kit It. 7 K are antborized to annoutieo E. S. v JEFFHEYasacandiilutet'orChaiicery Clerk of Madison County. Election, No vember IS7U. roil CIRITIT CtERK. "T K are r.athorized to announce GEO. VV W. ANDEKSON as a candidate lor Circuit Clerk of Madison County. Election Tuesday, November 4. wanted. A limited nnmber uf active, energetic cmtvuMMen to engago in a pleasant ami pmtitahlu busincsH. ooud ulcii will tind thirtu rare chaiico to MAK12 MONEY. Such will ji lease answer this advertise ment by letter, with stamp for reply, stating what buHim-HS they have followed. None but these who mean lniMtiess should apply. Address Fixi.kv. Harvey & Vo.t juue21-ly Atlanta. C a. MAMKMIA 1 Uv L. mm Bl.w Rr,l.rH. (: Just publislicd, new edition of Dr. Cul- rerurcll'a Celebrated Esan on the railkul cure (without mediciie) of Siieruiator- rhea or seminal weakiies?, involuntary seiuimd losses, iiupoteiicy, mental and physic-at iii;ap:ruity , impediments to mar riage; also, consumption, epilepsy and tits, induced by selt-iiHitilgeuee or sexual ex travagance. Ac. The celebrated author, in thisailuiirable essay, dciuor strates. frtuu .'10 years' successful practice, that the alarm ing rc-utts ol setf-utiiise m:iy be cured with out the use id' internal medicine or the kite; pointing out a mode of cure simple, sureuiid clUi-tual. by which every sutlcrcr, no matter wlmt bis condition, may cure hi1ns4.lt', cheaply, privately and radically. This Lecture, should lie in tint bauds of every youth and every man in the land. .Sent five, under seal, in plain envelope, to any address. Address ttie Publishers, I'riA'EKWKi.t. Mkimcal Co., jnc2l 41 Ann st., N.York; f. O.Uox,453G. ' $500 A MONTI1 iranuiteed. $12 a !v ; at hmiit mu'lo by Clio iiiiuMtrioii Capital 1 not rjiiirMl ; wt will ttart you. Mfii.wo j. ioi'ii, Imh iiml irls niukt iimuh-v titttr nt work lor iiriiiuu nt nnyiin" !-.'. 1 no work ii llht and UaMiint. iul surli uh any i can ri;t t. 1 1 two who arw viw who w tin nolu-n will Mnl im rht'ir udilivHses at onr ami wo for tln-tiist'lvPt . coolly mi .lit tJi'iiiH fro.. Now is the tiin. Thowi already at work im l.iy.n large NiiniK ol uMiurj-, Alf1ivs5 Thik 4 C-y An;uo1:i, Mnine. maSl-ly Piano and Orean factories of ln,r prepared to otter to mn.iin.u.ni nrt instruments at lower prices than tliev order direct from factories, and ! i,t som oy mo are manufactured of the tho latest improvements, und are war Pianos at 8150 and nnirunl- r rants nt to purchase will find it to their advan will bo supplied with the best the bed-rooms, aud separate diuiug-rootn Guests from lite country will be breakfast lor $1.00. Lodgiug and MRS. C, SULM, Proprietress. J. D. PAYNE Vicinity. April 12-ly. VINX ART DEPOT THE KINO IN THE SOUTH. Ii. UTER'S, 3S Koy.il Street, NEW ORLEANS. 11 TO ORDERS BERLIN ZEPHYRS. REYNOIR, Vew Orleans, North, is the largest and most Fashionable other lirst-class house. not entirely sutisluctry. Cents Per Ounce. LOST! JT IS AX ESTABLISHED FACT, THAT Quiuiue or Chinchonidia will stop Chills, and for this purpose there is no better remedy. But it is also au established fact tbey do not -remove the cause that pro duces the chills. For if they did, the chills would not return on the 7th, 11th, 21st or 23tli day. Then is it not money LOST to attempt to permanently cure the chills with quinine or chiuchoiiidia, when they do not remove the cause from the system, that produces them ? For until the cause is removed, the chills will return. FEKRIKE Tne Is warranted to remove every eause from the system that produces the chills, and if it fails to do this you will sustain no loss, for every druggist is authorized to guaran tee a permanent cure iu 1 very cuse, uo mutter of how long standing, and will re fund the money it the chills return after you are done taking. Positively, 110 cure, 110 pay. Try it and be convinced. It con tains no poison, ami is pertectly tasteless. Sold by all druggists, ami u pcrmaucut cure guaranteed in all cases. r. VV. GROVE. Manufacturer and Proprietor, raris,Tcnn. For sale by Phillips & Jones, and XV. 1. Mosby .V. Co., Canton, Miss. july5-4ni $1500 To i00 a ear r & tn a tiay in yrnr own locality. Xi risk; women do iws well a.s men; many niaku more than tlii.s; no one can fail to make money lat; any mo van do tlm work. Von ran make from 50 cln to $'2 an Inmr ly tlvtttiiiK votir evening ,,M4' Hpare tinio tt thift hiiHimirM. Not Iiin-x lik it for iiioiny-ma iny; tver iI1VimI le-f'ore. Jtusim'sn pleasant ami hon or.! ble. liVa-lcr, if you want t knw all aliont tho 1m-s tayin! InifsiiifM liiro tli ptihlir, boihI lis ytoir iiiMithh ami w will 8onl you full partie.ulars ami private Irrins free; nampleH worth J also free; yon ean then make up your Mtt)4 tor youvwlf. AihlreHs (itvo. StivaoN a Portkintl, Maine S1 rORK liumw with 4 rtm cotta-' at tached, lot oOx-IU feet, ou ''amen.ii Htreet. vMy of C'aiitou. Title good, ittiiw H&0 cash A:nly to A. N. PAUKiin. 1)AM WEBER BARBER ""J HAIRDRESSER N-rtb Side of Paulle Bailor OAtflON, - . - MISS. Shaving, 8rminHmii), Htitl Hnlr-outtlijg done iu the most urtUtio umnuer i ATTORNEYS. JOUN HANDY Alloruey-at-I.nir, Canton, Mips. GIB. a r.Tr Tnnstalt Baa4jr' a'on. J9-5S G W. THOMAS I Allornev.nl.Liiir. Oillco over Phillips &Joues" Drug store JUDGE J. W DOWNS- A llorfcj) -al-r,aw. Cauton, Miss. Office on t"- sulfide of public sqiura, orrr A.tUld'a uld afa-id. eb.vlr B. CAMPBELL Atlornry-nl.favr, Canton, Miss Will prsrt eeln all 'neC'raof Madlmm mj d mA to'alnv connti and grirs p eial attta loa t bank rnet inMlb-m In tbe Pederal Court a Jsekaoa. , DUDLEY Altoraey-at- Law, AUD EOMCITOB in CUAMCERT, BRECKVILLE, MISS. "yiy H. POWELL, Attorney-at Law, Canton, Miss. Ofnse on East side Court Sciuare. over Orrick's hardware store. Practices In alt the Courts of central Mlsslsglnni. and the Supreme aud Federal courts at Jackson, Miss. teb21 7s JJAMBLEN & HAMBLEN Attorn eyaat-L.aw, Goodman, Mississippi. Will practice in the courts of Madison. Holmes, Attala aud Yazoo counties. Special attention mveu to thn collection of claims. feb'Jvl H. S. rOOTK. JR. BOUT. FOWEIA. pOOTE & POWELL Atlort eB-mt-Ijnr, Canton, Miss. Will nractice the nrsfessiin In the courts of Madison, Leake, Attala, Holme tazoo, and Supreme court at Jackson J. B. YELLOWLCY. A. ttorney at L a. w, MADISON STATION, MIS3. CoVecton 'of Claims a Speciality. , Will settle taxes, collect rents, effect sales and losses of real estate, and give prompt attention to auy business entinsted to him. Mch-l'J-ly. T. T. SINGLETON -A.ttorneyatIjaw. Canton, Miss. Will practice at in all the Conrts of Mad ison and adjoining counties, and givespeeial attention to bankrupt mutters iu tbe Fed eral courts at Jackson. .sepK7 BgOHiee over Til list all Jfc Handy's store. J. V. FITCUETT, UNDERTAKER. Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of METALLIC BURIAL CASES, & CASKETS. IMITATION ROSEWOOD, A XI) WALNUT CASES. HANDLES, SCREWS, AND TRIMMINGS." Coffins made to order if deeired. Or ler by telegraph promptly attended to, by day or night. All cheap for CASH or city acceptance. . Is a perfect Bimd Pl-RlFieR. and ta the only purely Vektabi.k rcmeily known to sci ence, that has made radical and Pf.bmanknt Cures of Syphilis and PcROFi'i.a In all their stages. It thoroughly remove mercury from tha System; it relieves the agonies of mercurial rlieumadsni, and speedily curea all sHn dia- For onle by riiillips & Joues, Can. ton. Miss Smith's Worm Oil. A NEW MKDICIXE, PREPARED BY DR. E. S. LYNDOX, ATHENS. GEORGIA. Athkns. Oa.. Di'c. 8, 1877. A few inglitrt riinee, 1 gave tuy Mori one (lose of Worm Oil, ami liic next liny lie puHst'tl Kisu-uu l.tre woruis. At tllO Hillftt limn 1 go nn de)e) to my Ii 1 1 It pn I. lour years old, wA slio eighty-nix wmuis, lioiu four to filler ii iticins Ions:. V. F. l'Htl.l.ti'a. Tor kuI. y PUILLIIM & JOXE3 Citntu'ii, Miea.