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- L IVj L 1 1 1 lii OA NT ON. MISS. SATURDAY MARCH 2ft, 1S0. H. C- OS'VOTH ."- i...Ed.:.-r. 1'Ik Extvauve Committee of the teuiocratie Conservative party of Madison County are reipii-sted to rteet ? Canum on AiinVl-'y the 'h . 1 ij of March, at 12 oY-tovk, to.,take :eps with reference 1 cnl'ins Couventiou to elect delegates' to .the 8'Ht Convention, CdL'Ui' held In ??y. A full attciulitucft 4rr(rUes; Sec'v ExPltiJive Coui. IIoN. O. K. Simolktos bfts ocr thtik for his conslaiit favors to the Citizen in the stains cf Cou errsaional IiecorJs other pub licuotumrnt.. &oman ho wot tort and voted tor a Kepnhiioan candidate at the late reality election caTvbo-uiarsIial ol - , Canton. This muejj the Democrat- ineopleofa Ien)A;ratio city de - -nanduf their Democratic aldermen. ! - - Ox the i;h. the Sraate commit - toe on privileges anil elections by a trict pnrty vote. decided to report that Keiloj- ehoul.l bo on " 7 . , . . . nd Spoflfonl seated. There ri!l be minority report. ClAPT. Marion Smith ban been mlWimI Sunorintondent nf i hn lefittiiiiary. Capt. Smith is a rtHoncb Democrat, a" worthy yeoileman and an efficient cCiccr, and we are gladla record his euc eem. . A fearless Sau Fruncisoo wag-i-t rate has sentenced Dennis Kear-. ney tho ootrifu. agitator and eomoianistic bjathersliite to pay a tltie of one thousand dollars and to . be imprisoned for six months. Kear ney's otteuse was inciting to riot jtnd disturbing the pcaco by his ili cencliary Harangues. MAX IUtrKSDlLK, chairman of tie State Democratic Executive ; Cunitniuee, suggests taat the State j Convention be held on Thursday, i May 27. instead of Jane 2nd, as tho - Preau Association will convene' en (he latter date. This ccartesy will igh?y appreciated by tho edito - fraternity, many of whom wish r. be h rial to atteud both BipetingH. TnB Memphis Avalitneltc, whio aforetime was a great Democratic jnrnn! and afterwards . cot verv "conseivattve," but still retained a . v. vn.. , ton hmt1d 1o .doctive by the popu Hr rorn; nut since the charter con . ft-ra thf clvvo of that oflloer upon the Bjard'of AUermen. we doubt oot they will contiuue to make as juUuivutt and airccptable selections aslien-tof ,re. In any event we hope - tha in the approaching April elect Una no "consideration will induce tlieui u confer tho office upon any but atanncb and.undoubted Den onrar one who fnpported the en tire Democratie-Conservative tick et at the. late election. Any man who cannot fulfill this requirement, wilt no! be acceptable to the people, wpiie any or all other qoaliUca tions that h may possess. A Washington advertising firm lias taken a census of the editors in the several States as to their Pres idential predilections. From Dem ocratic journalists tbe responses are givnn as follows : . Seymour.... ST, t Hendricks .9 B lyard Jt'.i Hancock '...-Si I i:nen.........ir, I rajmcr a TsanuAn. va I I repecfable position as a creat news Lv"."fJ "i1" l".-.-.T""rar proposition wis referred to th riprrhssnow come down to the ? "1 a L universitic. iTPl nf a .Vilo stliltnn nF oncrtm. Vt. I- tr fho sonnn, mn.l it' inn ..r " ll.A J 1 3ZDO CltY Iletald : Mf. Jllhn tviri ht.honW. t.."lm6rfffa2W ratiaer ttfari of tlio morN Hutchens, soldior in the Florid n . - , fete, upon. An.V-;" a.lurgu majoi- m.me lasi year, on ni.i innu, ten. ew- : . I ity it. is the fault as ivcli as the inis- oj1!?? of cotton aud eighty bushels - ; - - n..r.,nu f thn .Ui.inr nnrrv t'lat. Iia of corn" with hu-individaal labor. mam iuai ouai v The Repoblican preferences are: pdieady lost by her lack of enter Bialoe 5ic I Edmunds r, ' prise and the penny-wise and pound Oraut rO I Hayes fruit frtiliev of the inaioritv of Jtiermn.... - Vahburue. MI (iartielil ? Seymour and Bluine are largely in tbe lead, as is to be Been. The popular sentiment is largely in their favor, aud rightly eo. Iho two Aland to' day as tbe best representa tives of the Democratic and Eopub J parties before the conutry. Why may not the contest of 1880 be made up between tbeni ? ' Col. Sinqlelon. Uxving received from Co!. O. If. I iK'tuli taiplea ot (ho U. S. statutes i hhshi st the third session of the 4-h and first siiou of tho 4Ulh i ii'erv8s, with the report of fhe . Com nns.-iont;r of Education, aie r-mii.ded otone of the mot ab'e a nil txilhful members not only of . Wi"iippj, tint at present in Coc ' ress from any .Sfato. There were I reasons why we oouid not esj ecial- ly tupport him for the Senate, but. !of country, tli ce sn-.uied, it is hard wuit uf ample worth, ii'iiess and fo divert, the rliamicl of xuch tvadt ; 4) iaiflciitlous was not one ot them. J bt in accaistouicd to certain luls. it Nj man truer to the interests ot Mis-. is difficult to force it upon : new issippi or to the South, or more in- and untried read, and to this may dctatig.ible in promoting them, is to i be attributed the fact that l!;o warn be found among the Southern irp. ' Mii oi the I'lTlzKN have not couio rewnt.iti ves. a Joint resoialiou in- ' truduced by bitu iu firm -but re- ! .pectin! terms t other n.no is, f,r .'he renewed assert ion of the Mon ioe di.ctriue, pi ue s him in.st now the front. Uv!h Sf rinrt Svttfi. THZ STATE PiiESS. Trin to tin- dcf-'Ction of tho ne,;ri members of the Legislature, wbo joined the Democratic caucus and af'.t-rward declared tlnMUwl ves i:i furor of Grant lor President, i!ip (Ir.- tii.li V.iiief S:ls: ''W e SPiTUT OF desire to call the attention of the );l(C Legislature passed n Democracy t; the lesion to he beautiful and ii ri,l iale resolution gitl.eted from this instance of "0f thank to tin- cbari'ab'e people li;is!iio deception, that it may. ,i:.0,-ni,nt tho world who extended while it n yet tisiiH, cuar.i against against wo'ves to sheep s clotuii'g, una an- ir:it tiit'lif'ir eoiiiieil.s ami honor w ith their confidence lione. 8:v thosi' who have proved that they are wot thy of it. It in;iy as well at odco be ' aL-kiiowledad taat ti e n:tuns of tlu iieirroi-s. uiuler evil tiittu- tlini-a ! !1 i-:i4M. 14 llit'cllv OPtlOSI'd to the Oeniocrntic party, nnd that, with hi re and there an honorable exception, they are ready and wi! lins. whenever "opportunity i favor able to oppose the. best intetesrs of the section which feeds, aheliers and protects theua." Tune Journal: We under- j,,, that the now code reduces the ! ppr dic;n of coanty piinTvisors to ' three i!,)!!.. Stic'i - tallowandle pcmiomv i.-s con-cm ti hie, and the n.in f.,v.,r j, fjoes not possess , the first ciei.ieii:. of a statesman. v e are Pie aii'i men 01 ii-n r tetn of so,uerz!njr a''d pine.'ainp that , cliaractciizes crcss-ioails potiti. :,.iaDS - e lelieve in employing , good men, a:ul aelectiog good men, ! 1 Rood tneu oaght to be well paid '"' l,Vcil; "CP John' class of eeonomis'.s are a . e.lf to ron:it'y, and we a'aoukl '.ike to s?e "tbeni w'etded out root ( and bra nh. from every department j and wnlk of life in Mississippi. We aro optiosed to cxtravaffance bnt fa- vor noeraiirv. anu ucurvu m.ti. chean nin are like shoddy clothes usually worthless and seldom vr ear well." Yazoo Sentinel : "Soma papers suggest a letting up on Lamar. It seems to us he has been let up on by those who condemn hw course, bat from some reasons his friends continue to defend hiui. Let them let up a little too, and let certain papers let up on Barksda!e. Let's let up on eveiybody, and lei's hold nac'fication meeting, and let's inrita Murray, of the Oxford Fn'cont and Tyler, of the IJolly Springs . I.Soi fft, to address said ireet.nS '" the interest of harmony. i s bury , past ppreooal feeling, hang the arioso hih, and prepare to give rousing majority this fall tor the lyemourauc nominee ucie i" iuwd things, and then let's let np." On the enbjcct of who is respon- ! sible for the existence of Hen laws, 16 Grenada Sew South fitly says s ; -0 thin5 ia certain j that ia, a man t who proves himself sober, honest, ! industrious and frugal, will be :!. nl . ..11 l.A,n.!- K n tii.ilo lovt,.. witll0nt a mortcase. nnlcas in I a time of some misfortune. Thon tl ' misfortune should be borne by hi the m raim-v iu.iu i- u.ion.r., , . iuder nece8ghy of 8.h fl0 af. j rangement. If the laboring class pnt i"1 8 mnch tim? tork. as do the j biistnefis men of the country, thev j WOuld bave no occasiou to be "ron" i ly any one. Bnt while men who H1U1 IU 11YV UJ nuia, Ul uavo Ul II er certain reliance tor a livelihood, qnit their fields and forges, their harvests and hammers, their plows and their planes, to go bunting and fishing, to go ' to the village and spend a day and a dollar, to take twenty-five cents worth of "truck" to market and then get drunk on the twenty-five cents, starve a poor mule all day and go home or some where else at night, unfit for any thing for a day or two aflei; while this cou cue is followed, such as fol low it may expect to bo poor and give "deeds :u tru9t" for supplies, and pay high prices at that. The way out is to work ont. Sober and ind'ustrions habits and careful and economical liviug will soon remedy f.ho evil, and bring general prosper- lo llie CoUntry at large." ! A I nb.t P.niinfv flninian . j r . , Cartbsginian. The Easter Observer says Can ton is to have two ot tbe Clement Attachments. Canton should not stop there if she wishes to preserve her trade and regain what she has those who should take the lead iu ! rirese"rviuir"ber commercial fnr;or- tanco and prosperity. The Citizen J Tt"s oiler is ojien to all per of that place has recently been pub- jo',s wl, reside in-JVLidison couuty, lishing a series of editorials with a regardless of age, sex or previous a view to stirring up public spirit j condition. aud arousing thp business men from Persons contending for any ot their lethargy bi fore it is too late to ; these prizes mutt - give in their avert the commercial disaster which ; names to the Secretary of the Far--iu,ei,mslv threatens the Celestial ,' mors' Club betore the 1st of April . -. rrt... .1 I.p ll.u Crn.Kri were neither nuiiering nor I palatable, but they were certainly . laud, planting aud cultivating, pur i;,riai'!i thH neticii nf truth, sued by the contestants, shnll be This UeaUuei.t may perhaps b"! cou- , ; sitlered heroic, but it it amply jimti- j lied by the natuie an id seriousness of the cnibsdy. Canton is not entirely .without er.lerpf isinji ci. izena,' but a glance at o'.ir a! vci tisin;; columns will dis close, raostt'f their names. Slie has t enrilat ;.lll lilt tliC advnn anipie csi ita!, lace if bavin beeii fi'i years the f an imtiieiirte scope trailing piiiit to Ian Canton has a cotton factory build ing uud machinery, but they aie idle, idiort She needs a compress and a lu.e of communication with the Miw.-i-' Missisrippi Items. f Comity boards of registration n 'abolished, anil hereafter tho Circuit Cii'ik will register roteis. I Th Legislature .! c !i'iri'. to levy a tax on do-,', I-iit !tt it optkmary i with bonnls ot sun t visors to levy ;h dog-tax for county Jim post s. ,, ., HUft.vrs i'ioiii the yellow I fever epidemic. (5. f .IIail l.as been rearpointed , . A 1 ..l..... r is one of the must public spirited and wostby ollicers .f that dciioin ination in the State. . . . The CarVtajiqUtn says n good blacksmith can hear of something to n;s advantage by communicating wnh that otlioo. Wo suppose (lurn ivt wants an artist in iron to locate at the metropolis of Leake. I'jitics interested s'.ion'd bear in m:3d that lands which : hare been sold to the State a-e no longer re deemablo or purchasable through tim Chancery Clerks' or Sheriffs' aniilicalion must be made to the Auditor at JacUaonr The Yazoo Valley FUig states that Col. Ed. llichaidsou, John Ch.'tll'e .aud other capitalists interested in lands along the route, have made or are making arrangements to divert the so-calk-d 5Iobiie&North--western railroad from Clarksdale. on the Sunflower river, down Cassi ty's Eayon to Grenada, Meridian Mercury: The case against the Gu'.ly boys, in the Kem per court, was continued Friday till nest term, because of fie impossi bility to get a jury. In the forenoon of Friday the eighth juror was obJ tamed, but all jury material being exhausted over three hundred men having been examined it was found impossible to proceed farther with the case. Clarion: Tho trustees of the Agricultural and Mechanical Cot lege will meet in Jackson cn Thurs day, April 1st, to arraugre- for . the erection of additional buildings, and co elect a President, lu -this latter i connection the uamcs of Prof. T. S. (iathrigbr, Gen. Stephen D. Lee, l-.,,'' ni MnraW. V,- - iev. j. a. Koii'lcbusu, uol. George )ukt,a of uust4.os ure aux;ou9 t Ket the right man for the place, Mta wo uave ,10 ,,oul)t tUer0 Jul h ! ample cood material from which to Governor Stone, in a special uies sage, transmitted to the Senate the following proposition lroui the late Dr. C. M. Yaiden. emliodie'l in n codicil to his ill : "I desire my executor to propose to tho State of Mississippi to sot aside fifty thous and doilats, aud the State a like amount, tho Stata to pay annually eirht per cent, interest, sacred to the education of poor young men at Oxford, on my mess system, which I hope to live long eumigh to ex- pfain and si:ow its great utility ar.d benoai t0 th3 s.ate at a,.g0.- I ue e rt I except what he hired for the sum of nine dollars. 4 lie lands no cultivat ed lay two miles from his bouse, which distance be walked morning aud evening. Tbe net proceeds ot his cotton amounted to tbe sum of 503.31. This shows whether a white man can stand the labor of this climate. Can Kansas beat it? We should have mentioned before that the man who did this bad one of his shoulders broken a few years ago, and this of course rendered him less fit for duty than otherwise would bave been the case. The veteran Uutchetis has set a good example to the youth of our State. PREMIUMS FOR RAISING CORN, . OtTercd by tho- Madison County Farmers Clco Whereas, Tho present scarcity of corn iu this county proves conclu sively that a better system of culti vation is necessary to produce a suf ficient amount of corn for borne con sumption and Whereas, No benefit can bo ob tained by individual cftort.unlcss the system followed in such 'elforts be made known to the public, there fore be it Rexolved, That tbe Madison Coun ty Farmers Club hereby oilers $100 in premiums for the raising of the best acres ot corn in this county ,dur ing the present year; $o0 tor the best acre: -jcJj for the nest, 815 for : tlio third, and $10 for the fourth, I 2nd. The awarding of premiums to be uuder. the supervision ot the Farmers' Club. next. 5. That the manner of preparing ttbeu to the club through the judges appointed to measure the wops. auar, a cnmiuitiee oi ronr ba I appointed to carry out the purposes of these' resul u tiousi 8. That the committee may, if suf- J lioiout fuiitls are raised, increase the premiums in number or uuiouu- i or both. 8, That the Canton papers are re quested to ubiih the foiegoing preamble and reolntioiis. The following commit tco was ap pointed; T. J. Hini'li Vauiz, .1. jt. Cameron, J. A. l-jiiiitli, VV. W, War ren, to w liich tlio President, R. U. iluilinau was added. R 11. UuFF.MAN, Pres. T J, Smith Vaniz, Sec'y pro tern. V.'E miss from our t xchaagc table that excellent Lumcdvus uud nre- side journal, the D .tait i'vc Pi ess. SHU cinuu men u bi.i ci in n-nut in . ,vrlties Leake cou'rtT public schools. Helm SPECIAL -NOTICES. Don 'l You Ferg?! It. ttwrtinciif. mm iiiicst i ! c y o I .i s v vi 1 uu;;;S? to (':: ?.ti. ' convex, Iii- tin nl ptr :V!'";.i poiteii' e, t', tiui,a! n -t'H.iI-.ed r.i ; cj'r.-. call ;i (' C'Ui:. n VI'. f-Oli, avn- !,t L'ellllfaie u-lSI(S 'rill''. niiil ami j:'.rVi Tor ,:l m-p them J'.:h-2-2 I ,.!- Quit niPiidin old dusty tinware, nnd go to Wm.Rcliiniedei 's nnd buy new artie'es for the price of mend.-, inj: an old one. mar 13. ' ' Jtwi't,-y. jn-it r'ccivoil :'l r;. n. c.T-. -s. PHYSIC1 & SITLC.EfJSS, n ave vonr rWrttng i':r.f at the Cii'izEN Job Office. . "Nove'tles'' and new millinery at Mrs. Kiikp.it rick's. . . HAY, BRAN, OATS At prices that defy competition." CE&:ofcCo WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER! -New s'jle patteroR, just received at V. J. nlOSBY & CO 8. LUMBER! Cheaper than ever sold in Canton, Cbaio &Co. HOW WATCHES ARE MADE. II will lw appitT!t to any oao who will ejr nniino a iu fir.ia wniai. tliiit as;Ce xrtim tin? nere.-.sai V tliickm.-s lor engraving and Ki!it,liing a larjre proporTioii of the preia niis niftitl UMi't- in recdnil on! (o btitiea anil liol.l tlis en" veil )ii'tiiiri in j lute, i.ihI Bnpply tho nece.is.irv Holiiiity and stleiiKth. "The mri'l K'-'ld i autnally iieMiitfH ho tur tiA utiiirv ami licautv are e'Uii'TBi"(l. Ja Jaini'd liU.SS PATENT UOl.D WATtll CrVSK.-I, this Msv ef pie- ciona metnl- is ovi'rcO'::t ad Itio H.tuie .iiiiity ut:J ,triTith :ra rr.;luced. at I'roiii 1-3 to 1-i ot iim u-u I c'st.ot B!ilid eas-s. 1 ins proeess is el t. must minp.e uituio, :is fo.ldWT;: A rlutti ci u:ckel coiu- im..tioii lotat , specially aditpt-ed t.i ttit, tiiir;.ot iia.- tvvn pl.ites of Ii.l g-ll .!ri'd one i:i tacu eiile. Hio Uue ale then p:jiil lMtcen ioa-!id steel rol'trs, and Ih re-iull U a lri ot" he.ivily pt.tTeil couimi. iitti, tV'iui w i'.eli the ras-s. j bucks, cOTili-es, bezel, etc.. are cut arid sLnpxl I'.v Ai.itahlo dies aad urfnep. lIi uiil in these cases is Rr.tticiei.tiy thkls ti udmit of all kinds of cl.asinj;, t-iigraviii nod etiH:ne!Ii:ii: tlie enr.i',l ta.-.-s li:velee:i :;r.!e.i mr i! wri i-r:ee: y sni.itU lis raw and n- wit ho.-.t r-u i:'t tin eohi. T:iy ai f':irt:l:i l'V :!'t i w.-V-vs. ami each c.i ii- t-:M:a:;r. d .y , tiu. i rilienle. l'.ir s::!.. :.y j. v. ei.-i s. AIi fvr iilil' ll'Ulvd v.a i.'it.'''':e,a':il i sie vurrnnl. febl Settlho Bi:0;VD A DOfET. Xii oae ijae-tious the liict tl;r.t more e;:ses ol Wiiires. snoi'i-csscil 'i1 i r- rl..ri;lr u.iiseu ind 'uterine olwtrne- lions of every kind, aw l".ng daily cured, by Dr. J. ISradiicitl's Female Regulator, than by all other reme dies cnnibincd. lis success in Geor gia and other States is beyond .pre cedent in the annals ' cf pliyeie. Thousands of certificates, from' wo men everywhere pour la upon the proprietor. The attention of prom- I iuenf meilicii nion is -aroused iu be half of this wonderful, coin pound, aud the most successful practition ers use it. If .women eiifitr hure after it - will .be' their -own- fimlt. Female. Regulator is pi-eparCd and sold by L. 11. Biv.dfleld, Druggist, AtliMit-.i, Gn., and may bd boilght tor $1.50 per bottle at auy icspect ablo Drug Store in the Union. - EjQccta Truly Wonderful, Cartersvtlle, G:., April 20, 1879. This will ccrtily that two mem bers of my family, after buying suf fered many years from menstrual irregularity, nnd hnving been treat ed without benefit by vr.riona med ical doctors,, were . at length com idetv'y cured by one bottie of Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator. I therefore deem it my duty to fur nish this certificate,- with tbe hope of drawifig attention of suffering woinoiikind to the merits of a med icine whose power in curing irregu lar and suppressed menstruation, has been proven under my own' per sonal observation. Its eflict on such cases is truly wonderful, and well may the remedy be culled "Wo nan's Best Friend," Yours respectfully, Jas. w. Strange. . For sale by Phillips & Jones, Canton, Miss. We have a sjeedy and positive e.cre for Catarrh, Diptheria, Canker Mouth and Headache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal Injector free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50 cts. Sold by W. J. Mosby & Co., Canton, Miss. j24-ly' ; Mis. Kirpatrick will visit New Orleans nest week, and asks the ladies to call and sec her "Easter week" nove'ties. ' Her " grand opening'" will be noticed later iu the A STRANGE PEOPLE. Do you know ' that there are strange people in oifr community, we say strange becauae they seem to prefer to 6uli'er and pass their days miserably, made so by Dispep sia", and Liver Complaint, ludiges tion, Constipati.iu, and Gcmeral Dei bi!iry, --vheu Shiloh's Vitalizer is ifuarauteed to cure them. Said bv V. J. Mosby ilc Co., Oantou, Miss. FJ VE HCNDttED THOUSAND STRONG. In the past few ninitlis there has tiei-.n iihiiu than .500,000 bottles oi t3!ii'-iV Cure sold. Oat of the vast number of poodle who have used it, moVe than 2,000 cases of Consump tion have been cared. Ail Coiighft, Croup, Asthma, and Bronchitis, jield nt oncti, hence it is thatevery b.idy Hp'Cflk.s in its praise. To those who have not used it, let us tiity, if yon have a Cough, or your child the Croup, uud you value life, don't fail Jo try ii. For Lame Buck, Side or Chest, nse Shiloh's Porous Plaster. ISol.l by W. J. Mosby & Co , Canton, 'Miss. CITY MOTEL JTast ! CANTON, Court S'p.rtft, MISSISSIPPI- First Class Accomodation. C'eDtra'.ly located. Cm venicnt to Husinc:'8 ana L uurt Icnoins. ro3innD;ors mtipi.e iiootjx fo R COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. n-.eliSO-Iir " LEGAL AD VEIH jSEMENTS . NOTICE.: - TITJJ public will pTenne take notice Viat IViim and alter t Ms lato I havS no con nection with the biiriinega at the-Lower Peurce.HiiU'Mi, in Clinton. . Uarch 13, 1S0. W. BRtZZOf ARX. None:-: to cKEH-rrons. - WhfrM!". letters of u iministrition, on tho estate of KUe Coriits, deeded, wero granted to tho unilcisijiii-d by tlie Chancery Cotirc of Mad tain county, State of Mississiiijii, on t'.ie fcth day of March A.D. ISt, ior, therefoie, all persoini hav ing cl.'iiins ac iitist tho estate of the Kaid Kibo CoiVfs, decead, are hereby ro(aost ed to present the same, and have them rei:eivd fa Jho inaiiiicr and within the tiai': refi'lTrV!!. by law. or they ivi'l lie for ever ifiurei!. J. i;n!u Coiti'TM, March -JO, l&J '. 4t. Adtrini-iiator. HOMESTEAD ENTRY. . I.AXD OFFICII. JaCKsox, ilis , March Sj, ISflO. J VTOTIOE is herelrv civen that the follow. i.1 lug namcil sctller has filed notice of her intention to make fi'ial proof iu support of her claim, and secaro linal entry thereof. said proof to be made fcefure the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mad-.son county at the county seat on Saturday the a4th day of April, lrfTO, viz: Kio Grande Ketchea, widow of John Ketchen, deceased, home stead entry No. 8075, for the w J nwj section 50, township 12 north, range 5 eatt, and names the tollowinir as her witnesses. v:2: Josjih P.OeorKe, George Kinwell Washing, Win. Joues and Stephen Levy, all ot K wood post ouice, Madison county Misbls sipp'. (5t) B. P. KElUt, Register. NOTICE TO NON RESIDENT. At Rules March, 4tb, 1380, iu tbe Chancery Court of Madison county, State of Mississippi, Jno. G. Wilson, vs. S. D. Hays, et al. Upon the opening of complainants bill, iu above styled cause, duly sworn to, it appearing to the satis faction ot the Court, thatS.D. Hays, one of the defendants, is a non-resident of the State of Mississippi, and that he resides and has bis post of fice at Jackson in tbe county of Madison and State ot Tennessee, it is ordered, and directed by the Cor.rt bete, that said S. D. Hays be and appear in this courts t monthly rules thereof to be held at the court, house in Canton, on the second Mon day of April, A. D., 1880, and then and there to plead, answer or de mur to said bill, and that a copy of this order be published once week for tour successive weeks in the American Citizen, a public news' paper printed and published in. the city ot Uaiiron, fttato ot Mississippi, and comity ot Madison, and 'hat the .Ierk ot tins Conrt transmit to said defendant (postage prepaid) at bis post office as aforesaid, a copy of this order as required by law. Done at rules iu the Clerk's office, on the 41 h day of March A. D..1SS0. Wilx. II. Bailey. Clerk. Foote & Powell cotiipl'uL's solicitors. J T-1 :STAD-EEER'S 100 Pieces Choice Patterns Prints; 8 Cents peryard. 100 pieces Choice Patterns Linncn Lawns, 15 cents. 100 ilozcn Towels, from 8 to 25 cents. 100 dozen Manhattan Thread, at 35 cents. 100 dozen Handkerchiefs, from 5 to 25 cents. 50 pieces Cottonades, from 15 cents up. 500 dozen dozen. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! 150 Bids Choice Kiln Dried Meal, 3 65 per bbl. Spring Mhl:i ly Goods Constantly Arriving. CANTOS CARDS. CASH STORE ! IV e w C oods, AKD PLANTATION HlirPl.119 At tho Cornnr fnrmcrly occupied If Hi n ry L'ird. Give nsatall. CRAIG fk CO. C O "wo o r , . . AnuV Cotinnisjon ITIcrcliants. Dealers in GRAIN, HAY AND SEEDS! FIave on baud one of tho largest stocks of LUMBER ever brought to Cantou. Warehonse and lumber-yard near tho depot. Stock always on hand. DAM WEBER BARQSR HAIrlDRESSER' H'lrlb Sidr of Public Squro. CANTON, - - MISS. Shaving, Shamitooinp, and Hair-cutting done 'in the most artist ic manner M R3. L. SLINGERLAND IpiO rTTfiJ A "DT T? TIT) VWfa K 7FB North side Court square. Canton, Miss. iNTEW TIN, STOVE, and FURNITURE HOUSE, (UNDER THE MASONIC HALL,) Canton, 3Xiss. W. W. WISHART. ACT. Has on hand a full assortment of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, GRATES, And E verythiug Else in tho .'. Hardware and House-Furnishing Line. Manufacture r of all kinds of TK.COPPEB, SHEET-mOH WOSK. Spec al attontion given to Coating'. CiuHcrinff, and Sim Work. All Goods sold at tho Lowest Cash Price. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction-. ducl8 W. W WISH ART. ACT. Coats' Thread, 50 cents per NEW ORLEANS CARDS. JJADAM F. It. H ADAM F. R. n ARDON Dar in MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS ST and 29 f hartren Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA F. TUJ AGUE lurORTF.R OF MILLlNERYantl STRAW GOODS, 1 C'hartrea St., oct25 NEW ORLEANS. MELROSE LUNCH HOUSE, 50-58 Camp street and cor. Baronne and Oravitr streets, NEW ORLEANS, La. The only nlaee iu New Orleans where a tirst elasK lunch and me.il both, can.be ob tained ut less than one half the usual rates. special acc'iniiuoihittous . lor ladies and families, jiumjorjn u. !5' R. A. CORBIN, SlanT., J. C. MULL EH IMPORTER OF ... AND Millinery Goods, No. 05 CUSTOMHOUSE ST., feb2m6 New Orleans, La, gT AUFFER, M ACREADY & CO 71 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS LA, .Importers ami IeJreia IRON, UAKDWAKIS, STEEI, OILS, TIN PLATES, PAINTS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM'TS. Mrs. Tt. C. LOGSVIV, THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY & DRESS MAKING A'O. 14 BARO.VXE STVKCT, (Next to Grunewald Hall,; Address, P. O. Box 1305. NEW ORLEANS, LA. BERLIXSWOOL, all colors, ten cents an pound, uooti weignts iiuaranioea- ur ders from the country solicited Corsets a specialty. My 10-2m -ec. j-', f.Ti:o, (Successor fo E. A. Tyler.) Invititcs an examination of his carefully selocfod stock of S Rich Cold Jewelry, . Gold and Silver . . i . WATCHES 80LID IlVKR and PLATED WARE Visitors incur r oliiigat.ion to purcbaso. ipecuu HtttiiiHon given to tut; - r-oii,iiring ot Watches and Jewelry By the mct expoi ienocd workiuci . I I5aoI Sl .rJew Orleans 131 Canal Street -' Tonro Building Importers and dealers in Sia pie aud Fancy" DRY GOODS LACES, RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES, SILKS, VELVETS, - ETC., ETC.. Manufactory of ' LADIES UNDERWEAR Aud suits a specialty. Orders for suits delivered on short notice. DANZIGER'S 131 Canal street. Thousand ARTICLES AT THE O 12 I" . Noelties iu Tinware, Hardware, Fancy Cooils, 4i-iiHiiients, "Miitiks. A.rtilicial Flowers, rViithei-H, Ktf Kemeinljer the place s,: 1 13 aual.st, iew Orleans. Oppenite L'. H. lloluiesr'. s Dm o oi I il T , o 1 MH Riliiilli' Lli ! r-J rr PHYSICIANS, .i. v. i:i.i,i, n. o. RESIDE NT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ofiice ia MiiKhy'a Co. Drnjr Storo Residence at Mrs. Dr. Cage. Ap-2C-I't D RS. SEMMES & PRIESTLEY Resident Physicians, CAXT0N, - - MISS. Oftico store. at W. J. Mosby Sl Cn.'s Draft iuch:i0-7Btf Dr. lil KB W. SMITH. DENTAL SURGEON, Canton, Miss. Ofll.-p with Dr. Ellis over Gross' Store. ATTORNEYS. LAW OFF I C E II. II A. TS 13 Y Prat-1 ices in the Chancery and Circuit Conrts at Canton, and iu the Supreme and U. S. Courts at Jackson Ollice at Canton over Phillip's St- loneV drug store. ' Jnn3-6ui rOHN HANDY' ; Attorney-af-l.n ir, Canton, Mies. ri-i T. SINGLETON- X. Attorneyat'Law. Canton, Miss G W. THOMAS Attorney-at-Law. H. B. FOOTE, JB. ROBT. POWELL. ' Attorneys-al-La w, Canton, Miss. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. CITY HOTEL, Cor. Camp and Common Sta., NEW ORLEANS. Mumford & Watson, Props BOARD, Q.am Per Pay. JAW OFFICE J. II. FERGUSON, No. 7 Commercial Plae, NEW ORLEANS. Particnlar attention paid to the colloo tion of claims. July ID U, T. COTTAIT, ' - ArOUSTPS CBAFT H. T. COTTMI & CO., 8uecesM,r's to WanK A Cottam, Wholesale Grocers,' . Dealers in Western Produce, and Commission Merchants, S2 and 64 Poydras street, octlS NEW ORLEANS. J. M. ELK IX. P. STRWOEB ELKIN -Sl CO.. too rA.HAi. nr.. sew oHLit.t. Dealers in All Varieties of , CABPETINGS, RUGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, Curtain Damasks, Lace Cur-tains-Window Shades, FPIlorT'ill' C.'S, Sec H HALLER, SS - CAMF.JIJIEET, 35 ' NEW Ort LEANS', LA. " ' 'holealo and Bt-tail dealer in Cooking & Heating Stoves STAMPED TINW ARE, Plain and Japan Tinwa 3, Tinner's trim mings, Tinnoil aad Enameled Iron Hollow ' ware. Table Cutlery, and every description of House Furnishing Uoods. - Large Manniactarer of Plain and Japanned Tinware, which otler at prices lower than those of ll'estern ui an u fact u rers. -Printed price list mailed on application ot'7vl DRUGGISTS. pUILLIPS &nONES SUCCESSORS TO CABELL and BAUOHH . Wholeaala and Retail Doalers la DRUCS, PAINTS AND-0IIJ5 GLASS, STATIONERY, - BOOKSv PERFUMERY AND FAS CT ARTICLES CANTON, MISS W. J. MOSBY & CO This firm has just received from New York and Philadelphia a full stock ot ' PBESH Drugs & Medicines Embracing SULPHATE MORPHIA, QUININE, in wholesale quantities. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, FANCY STATIONERY, FARINA COLOGNE and n grvnt variety of iVNCY - O OI) H , Also, EM3LISH AMD AMERICAN CUTLERY, FEB RLE GLASSES, OILS, VARNISHES, PAINTS IN GIL AMD DRY. The bouse purchases, for cash in hand and not on eiedit, and will sell for cash at profit admitted t be very suiull. i i i I T . .