OA; NT ON. MIH8.
SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1880.
II. O. BCSWOKTH
FOtt CONQKK88MAN, SlXTH DlST.,
HON. 0. R. SINGLETON,
Fon Governor of Mississippi,
HON. ETHEL BARKSDALE.
WK PUE3EXT to-'tay tue names
of Col. Singleton and Major lijrka-
dale, mr our choice for Congressman
and Governor. We regard eHOb a
t tie fittest uiau io I bo District and
8tte tor tbe office men t lotted
Theae geotleiuen are no well known
no ouiTrnially admired, that ibe
reasons of oar preference will be
apparent to alL
CAH the Cauton Citlzex tell us
why two and two make four I
Yazoo Sentinel. . . -
If you will tell ua which "two and
two," we aaay be able to tell you
why they might make a dozen.
Now, Bra. Henry, joo nave in
-dalged io some very pretty plati
tildes anent tbe Democracy of Mad
faun, saying-, wtbey bave done a wise
Utiocr," and that utbey wiU be mady
to march hand io hand to the poll
in November next, and east a solid
vote for tbe Democratic nominee for
Cau tbe Sentinel tell as what else,
being Democrat, tbey oonld hav
dour, with or without this " very
, wiae thing to which it refers?
Belter you stick to the Grant
topic, Bron for yonr bead is square
and level o that an bject.
We are lit receipt of two elegan
and -rerj interestibg commauiav
lions from S. W. L- and W. It C
which we woald be glad to pub
lull, but are positively prevented
by the length of the at tides. Buck
is tbe prescore of local' matters and
advertisements noon oar colatroa
that we have for aometinie'been ou
able to print oar owa views on po
lii ical and general topics, except in
the briefest possible manner. Last
week we had to leave oat moroHo
eal itema f which always take pre
eedence of all . other matter), than
we put is some of which will
louuu in ibis isa ne. A varied cor
respondeuer, by good wi iters, adds
great interest to s paper, and we
appreciate the favors of oar con
' tjnbatnrs and will make a specialty
or tins department as soon as we
can arrange to increase our space.
At present we solicit brief cunmn
n icai ions on local topics, memoran
da of accident and. iuctdenta, birth.
Marriage, deaths, and so forth.
Tbe writer was ouce told by a
brut b pi journalist that be could not
- get op a good local paper in Canton
tbe town was too dull and pro-
S:iic We submit Ibis somber of
the Citizen as an answer to that
prediction. ' .
Hon. O. R. Singleton.
. Enterprise Co irier.
While in ibe other districts ol
this Stale the fitness of various pel-
sons tor Congressional honors is
being ilixcossed, in this District
very little is being said on the sab-
Jefe; We have many aspirants iu
lUV&'istfiet; bat tbey are all afraid
to taekle the old wsrbore, Hon.
O. U. Singleton- There is no doubt
it would be a big undertaking, and
one which would show very small
promi n success. It is understood
that Cut. Singleton will oe a candi
date fr re-election, and there cau
be very little doubt I bat v be will
receive tbe Democratic nomination
if he desires U. " "
' At a meeting of tbe ladies ol Can
. ton, held on . Monday evening last,
' for organisation lo celebrate Memo.
rial ffdf, Mrs. K. C. Smith was se
lecfed to piesiile, and Mrs. IL D.
frieatlef as secretary. .
On motion, tbe meeting nnanim
en sly elected Hv. Dr. Tynes chap
win, oa rrot. w. 11. Aluf-ruder
orator of the day; and Mrs. Macro
der, Mrs. Stlosoii and Miss Winnie
Kearney were aptiotated a commit
tee to inform tuem of their elect iou
and request tbem to act.
The meeting then appointed Mr.
liobert Kemp marshal, and Mosrs.
W. U. I'owell, Pearce Poland, A.
I'. Hill, James Diukias, l'ettus
Phillips and Ralph Stadeker, as
sistant marshals. .-" ,
The following resolation was
adopted ; -
Hmtieii, That all the Sabbath
sent bis, tbe Hie and Hook ami
Ladder Compauies, aud the various
beneroleiit and secret societies are
r oeeted to assist in tbeeelebra
flow mi MemmUl Oay, and that tbe
public generally are invited to at
Committees were duly appointed,
as follows :
Ctftmittee on Subscriptions and
H asie Mrs. A. S. Johnson, ebmn i
Mrs. St. John. Miss Ida Ho.les,
Miss Mattie Baldwiu, Mrs, W. H.
Committee on Preparation of Grave
J. T. Priestlev. chain-. B. E. J... !
O. B. Kemp. W. J. Moabv. '
ine ciiy newspaiiete were re
quested to publish the proceedings.
On motion, tbe meeting sdjourued.
Mua- B. J. Smith, Cb'n.
JLex II. D. I'UiWiLEV, Sec.
m. - '
Old Timci iu "Choctaw lurclue"
The Earl Settler of Maditou County A
Primiticc I ittc of Canton and Jackttoa
Ike first Circuit Court MnrrtU'
Juturrtctio Plot llonpitable Pto-
pie, but Short of Provender.
Fur tbe Amffk an I'iiizen.
It bus ln-cu tiu: ulully said, "time
and tide wait for iio mau." What
great change have taken place
withiu tbe last fifty years, iu tbe
State of MUHtsHippi ! Where are
tbe people who flist settled Matli-
ou county T 1 some nines iook
back with sadness npon tbe past,
and reflect, aud ask myself, Where
are those whom I first iHCime ao
quainted with iu Madison comity,
uearly forty-seven years ago ?
whom I esteemed so highly for
their many virtues, hospitality ami
friendship. Compariiively few are
left to tell the tale; but it is consoling
to know that though I am now au
old man, and shall soon pass away,
we can meet airnin.
The first circuit court that was
held iu Canton was in 1834, in a log
house. I wan there, in search oi
sweet potatoes to sell, there being
none to be bad near where I bad
settled. Canton, now quite a city,
then consisted of a few log bouses
scattered out in a forest. From
Canton east ont to Tililabogoe, few
improvements bad - be n made, and
a more beautiful tract of timber was
bard to find. Now, what is to be
seen t Tbe ravages of war and the
tooth of time.
In 1435 au insurrection plot was
started among the negroes, to com-,
mence on the 4th of July, while the
white men were expected to be cele
orating tbe day of American inde
pendence. Tbe secret was revealed
by a servant giil to her mistress
and several white men aud many
aegroes were bung at Livingston,
Be a to u and Vicksburg. as tbe re'
suit of this a'.teinpt at wholesale
When I left Virginia, my native
State, in 1833. for tbe Choctaw put-
cbase, in MlssisMpui, it was with
some feelings of regret. To leave
refined society, and a people pro
verbial for hospitality and friend
ship, to settle in a new and thinly
settled country, where I was an en
tire stranger, and to make a living
by digging the ground, where I
thought the social amenities were
little known, required some courage.
I stopped my family near Peail
river aliont the first ot October, and
took a little round to look at tbe
country, going as far-as Jackson. A
few log bouses constituted tbe city
of Jackson iu 1833. I entered laud
aud went to work, building a bouse
and dealing land, where hitherto
the mark of an axe was not to be
fonuil. Ncne but those who have
tried it can form . a correct idea of
tbe hardship and exposnro of fron
tier settlers, lint little was to be
had lo eat, nearer than Vicksburg
or Yazoo City, for love "or money.
It was not. here ; it bad not been
raised. The fiist settlers had made
barely a support, but divided-with
tbe new comers as tar as they could
aud live themselves. I soon found
ont that 1 was- agreeably diap
pointed. A more hospitable peo
ple were not to be found anywhere.
Diring the years 1834, '35 aud
'30, quite a rise took place io im
proved lands, altbnngh plenty ol
public lands were offered at $1.25
per acre." Wi'b the rise ot land
everything else went up. Many I
meu with but little means were en
bled to sell their improred land
aud enter others, at goerumen
prices, and buy some negroes to
help then woik. That cave a new
impetus to business here." Specula
lion soon ran witu.
. From tbe time that I bad been in
tbe State, say two or three years, I
was but little kuown outside ol nt
immediate beiuhboihood... I had lit
lie business Iroin home, ami wanted
none. Ou one. occasion I was at
Madisonrilie and in the store of a
mau by the name of Hubbard be
will please pardon the use of his
name, if alive when Mr. Hubbard
asked me if i did not waot. to buy
some negroes. - I was somewhat
surprised at tbe question, our ac
quaintance being so limited. Said
be, M There are some valaable ue
groes in town, for sale by a trader.'
1 tuld him that I had no- money to
buy with, aud that if X bad. negroes
were selling too high. To this he
replied, - You are sober, indus
trious man, and can soon make the
money raising cotton. I will en
dorse for you and help you out."
I thanked liim for, his kind offer.
out respectiuiiy uecunetl 1. 1 have.
never to tbis day found out he kuew
me so well. Perhaps he bsd in
quired of some of my ueighbors as
to my nabit. iiut at that day and
age such di8inteiested friendship
was common Here, ir men were
poor, but honest, sober and induj.
trious; keeping good company, bold
ing tbeir heads up and trying to
make au honest living, the best peo
ple iu the country were their
best frieuds, aud ready to help tbem
in time of ueed. Many, very many
similar cases might be related, but
1 will close Una communication by
saying that irresiectire ot dins'
liauiiy or man's accountability in
another inode of existence, ii is to
every man's interest to be honest
and trututul strictly so, if it takes
tbe bark off. " 8K5EX.
Ladies wishlug dress making, can
find a fashionable dressmaker at
Mrs. Kirk Patrick's.
Call at W. W. Wislmt t's, and
examine bis large stock of stoves,
crocMy . . ' furnishing
a00" "uicii lie is selling very low
for cusb. Us has Ibe celebrated
paper chair bottom, which Is sner
lor to tbe wood seat, being more
elastic) ami durable. Call aud see
tbem. W. W. Wren art,
Sep, 20. Ajjeut.
FroceucliiifiCM l the tiion Conn
ty "bttr-iiier CJlub.
Published by authority of Ihe Club.)
Monday, April 5.
President LI It' nan called the
Club to older at tbe hour of 12 M.,
promptly, and alter a few well
timed lemarks. introduced bis BUe-
censor, llou. Jubn it. uainerou.
President Oaui.ion, lo assuming
the duties ot the cliair, expuuueu iu
a forcible maimer the necessity that I
existed for an association among the
farmers, and predicted for Ibe Mad
isou County Fniiuere' Club a career
of much usefulness. 1
The following new Members were
admitted : Dr. T. O. Pavue, James
. . . .. . m i . .i.
W. I". Uevtees. '
The committee on corn premiums ,
. i nft no riil ii-.thiii Him
Club, aud ioU.UO from persons not
members; whereupou il was
Kesolved. That the Uiuo oner a
rurtuer premium of $75 00, or more
if contributed, tor tbe best nvo con
tiguous acrea of corn raised in Mad
ison county iu 1830; provided, that
no acre ot the nve snail ue in tue
list for tbe single acie premiums al
Five names were added to the
committee: Or T O Payne, Or S K
Coleman, .las Wales, W P Oewees,
C L Gilmer.
Tune for receiving names of con
lestauts for premiums, extended to
tbt 1st of May. 70 yards square, or
its equivalent, 'considered an acre.
The following persons were ad
mitted to contest for tbe single-acre
prize: Hudson Chilton, J T Uick
inuu, VV E IJov, Watt Moore, John
Handy, W L Craig, B Cordis. Col
oredJoe Sauders, Kobt Jackson,
on Dr Ford's place ; Miller Banks,
Jeff Doted", on J B Cameron's place;
George Brown, ou G. Nicholson's
As proposed at last last meeting,
the by-laws were changed, reducing
the admission fee and annual -dues
to one dollar eash.
Tbe following resolution based
upon the suggestion of Prof. Riley,
chief of tbe cotton worm commis
sion, lo Southern subscribers lo the
American Entomologist was adopt
ed : Besolved ibat tbe members of
this Club are requested to watch
closely, durrng the present mouth,
for cottou-worm moth-aietia, and
report with specimens at our next
Tbe Secretary was ordered to re
quest of Prof. Biley copies of Be
port, Bulletin Ho. 3, or tbe cotton
worm commission, for distribution
to members of the Club. .
Alst:, to request Dr. E. H Ander
son, of Kirk wood, Mis to furnish
in writing such information of tbe
cotton worm and otber insects inju
rious to tbe cotton plant, as Dr. A.
may deem important,
Tbe Secretary waa directed to
request of the Commissioner of Ag
riculture that this Club be made
tbe ageut for Madison county to
furnish iuforjiation to the Depart
ment and to distribute seeds of tbe
Also, to inquire of Hon. W. G.
Kearney what disposition whs made
of the lesolutioua of tlds Club pray
ing the .Missississlppi Legislature
for the enactment of a law to .pre
vent swiue from rauuing at large in
A. H. Kent, owner of the Pelican
fertilizer, authorized the Club to
offer a half ton of it as a premium
for tbe best acre of cotton crown on
ordinary laud fertilized with 200
pounds of same. Thanks were re
turued to Mr. Kent, and the prem
ium wns offered to the farmers of
Ordered, that at each meeting the
chairman shall auuouuce a subject
for free conversational drscnsaiou at
tbe succeeding meeting. The chair
announced as the subject for next
meeting, 'the Clement attachmeut
aud its influence on tbe iuterests ot
Alter the appoiutment of regnlar
uommittees by tbe chair, the Club
J. B. Cambroit , Prest.
T. G. Smith-Vaniz. Sec.
-- County Printing.
The Macon Sun pitches into Col.
Power, the State Printer, tor print
ing and furnishing blanks lo county
officers at lower rates than ibe local
priutiug offices can afford to do it.
This is wrong. Cal. Power is not to
blame, litiebas the facilities for
doiug blank work cheaper than we
van afford to do ir, it is our fault,
and not bis. Tbe county officer
who sends bis woik to ibe Clarion
office, or to Memphis or at. Louis,
because be cau thereby ssve a few
cents, is the mau to blame. It was
through the influence of his county
paper that he was elected, and tbe
editor, iu many instances, spent a
good deal of time anil labor to se
cure his election, and is entitled to
his patronage. The way to correct
this evil is for tbe editors of the
State to refuse positively lo suport
such officers for a second term. If
tbey would give all their blank
priutiug to tbeir home offices, aud ;
uav tbem uromotlv for theii labor,
!..... , - i. .
.t . "
tuentS I lie IOCS! omcea COUltl do tbe
work almost as cheap as tbe foreign
fl!ua Th. t,iiKL I. tli.i ,. I
to st np a form of blanks in order
to fill an onli-r fur two or tbree
quires, while the Vlarwn and Mem
phis and St. Louis offices have
orders for hundreds of quires. Spot
every officer who sends out of tbe
State for his blanks when be can get
tuem at Dome ueaiiy as cheap, aud
you will soon put a stop to It.
FIVE HUNDltED THOUSAND
, S1UUU. .
In tbe past few mouths tbere baS
been mure thuu 500,000 bottles of
ShiloU's Cure sold. Outof the vaat WAtlX,men question may be in
IlUUltier of people Who bave used it-, snected at the wbolesulo auenev m i. R.
tuote tbsn 2,000 cases of Coiisumu,
ion nave uesa cured. Ail Jougbs,
Croup, Astbina, and Bronchitis,
ield at once, beuce it is tbat every
body speiiks in its praise. To those
who bave not used il, let us say, if
3 ou bare a Cough, or your child tbe
Croup, sud you value life, don't fail
to try it. For Lame Rack, Side or
Chest, use Shi lob's Porous Plaster.
Hold by W. J. Mosby & Co., Cuutou,
Miss. . j21-ly
Don't You Forget It.
Juvt receiviMl at . G. Colly the lurgettt
MtMtortiiient. ami tiuKt stuck ot (-spectacles
and e,vtgiasM4ft vvri brought to Citiitou,
coiitTiHtiitK 111 periticoniu, convex, tluiiblo
couvtix, concave, double concuv concavo
ouiivhx, bifocal mid neuuine pebble ImiMe,
alrto stiiioked ro4itilles aud gijrlH for
weak eye, call uud e them
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
It will le Hppnrciit to any one who will ex
amine a mnui rohI watcli. tuut am tic Innu
th nH'pssury tbickiicss for engr.iving; aud
iMdiuhinjc a large proportion of the (ireci
ontt metal iittcd in Delnd only to ttiiti'eu
and hold the engraved MiitioiiH in place.
and supply the necetwary twlitiity anil
Btleiiirth. The mirptua gold is actually
BtleilLllll. ine Kiirpius iroiir is
..mIIbhh . far sa utility itnl liiilv are
cuncrrnnl. In Juiiies BUSS' PATENT
GOLD WATCH ;AshS, this waste ot pro-
cioiim tuel.u is overconiB, a"u tne muw
Koliility and acrii.th are prtslucefl.
at frum 1-3 to of the usu.nl coat ot nolnl
cases. 1 ins process is ot tu most sunpie
nature, as follows: A plate of nickel com
position metul , specially adapted to the
purpose, has two plate of solid Kold sol
dered one on each side. ?'he three are
then passed between polished steel rollers,
imil the result in a Ktviu of heavily plated
composition, from w Ui' li the cam's, backs,
centres, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped ly
suitable, dies and formers. The gold' in
these cases is sufficiently thick to admit
of all kinds of utinMiiiir, engraving and
enaniellini:; tbe engraved cases have been
carried nutil worn pertectiy smootn oy
tune and nee without removing the gold.
Thev are for sale by all jewelers, and eaca
case' is warrauted by ipt.-ial certitii:ate.
For sale by all jevrelers. ask toe tiins
iruted cataloj-ne, slid to see warrautt febil
Ouit mending old rusty tinware.
and go to Wm.Schinieder's and boy
new urlic es for tbe price ot mentis
ing an old one. mar 13.
. Settled Beyond a Doubt.
No one questions tbe fact that more
cases of whites, suppressed and ir
regular menses ind uterine obstruc
tions of every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J. Bradtteld's Female
Begulitor. than by all otber rente
dies combined. Its success iu Geor
gia and otber States is beyond pre
cedent in the autials of physic,
Tbousauils of certificates from wo
meu everywhere pour in upon tbe
proprietor. Tbe attention of prom
iuent medical meu is aroused iu be
half of tbis wonderful compound.
and the most successful praclitiou
ers use if. If women suffer', here
after it- will be tbeir own funic
Female Regulator is prepared and
sold by U H. Bradfleld, Dr.iggist,
Atlanta. Ga., and may be bought
for $1.60 per bottle at any respect
able Drug Store in the Union, .
Eject Truly Woncterftdi ? . !
Cartersville. G., April 26, 1879.
Tbis will certily that iw mem
bers of my family, after having suf
fered mauv years from menstrual
inegulanty. aud having been treat
ed without benefit by various med
ical doctors, were at length ,com
idetely cured by one bottle of Dr.
J. Brad field's Female ltegulator.
therefore deem it my duty to fur
nisli this certificate, with the hope
of drawing attention of Btiffrriug
womenkind to the merits of aymed
icine whose power in curing irregu
lar and suppressed menstruation.
bus been proven under my own per-
solial observation. Its effect on
sucb eases is truly wonderful, and
well may the remedy be culled "W
man's-Best. Friend,' '
Yours respect fully,' r
Jas. W. Strange.
For sale by Phillips & Jones,
G. O. Coffy'a,
South side Sqnare.
PHILLIPS i CRATIN
PHYSICIANS & SDEGEOSS,
CAN TON, MI88I68IPPI. y -; " :
DAM WEBER " ?P T t
BARBER and HAIRDRESSER
Kortk Sid. at Public Squan .. .-
OANXON, ... MISS.
Sharing, Shampooing, and Halr-tuttinu
done in the most artistic manner
SANDERS & SONS' EXTRACT
(Essence) of the V
TRJ U CAL.YPTUS.
The pnra volatile particle of the leaves
of the renowned an ti-tever tree the Kucal
lyptus jflobulus, and the ouly protection
agaiugt coutagiou in eases of yellow, ty
phoid and other fever. Do not watt on til
tnat terrible for, yellow fever appears in
Tour midst, but protect you null and family
by using beforehand onr extract as an odo
raut, aud when lever bad al eady set in
take internally four to six drops la a spoon
ful of water ouua a day, anil apply it exter
nally freely to tbe region of tbe bowels. It
is the only remedy that can be relied on.
Sandhurst. Australia. March . 1878:
I have been investigating Messrs. Sander
ac nous' cncairptns . c-rtract. aud cava to
admit tbat there is, .beside it, no rued'ea
meut of such universal elect on the humdu
system tbat I know of. It ebecss com
pletely all inflammations of wbamerkiud
chest, lnug, and all throat affections,
such as Bronchitis aud -Diphtheria. It
cores Rheumatism, Toothache, Neuralgia,
the most severe colds, ete. 1 used it with
nuparatled. uccem in swellings, braises,
"f1." - Pul woonusor wom aerinusn-
tuns, iu hu uwiiuore di ue uotcvis, uiMr
rnoea. etc.. and aladlv acknowledge it
UieriU for the benefit of the nublic.
John Cruislmnk, M. D.
epitome of declaration made before M.
1877: Tbe son of Mr. Kiiabc was hurl with
an axe on the knee. After nine months
medical treatment it was declared lecesaa
ry by'Dr. McUillavry, to amputate tbe
limb. At that juncture the extract was ap-
piieu nnu t le wouihi speedily enred. wlli
out amputation. The daughter of Mr.
Jnngheiin, sidfcriDa from disease of the
bone, so priuo.iiuced by Dra. Atkiusou and
Boyd, whoactemled the girl without satis
factory results, was cured just as sueodily,
Haodhorst, Oct, 12, IH79 I herobjf cer
that the oametl Xrs. HcGillbvr. Atkiusuu,
aud Boyd are well known medical practi-
"oure "iding at SandhLrst. & A. Wood-
Fiulay a Co , 35 .Magazine bt.. Now Orleans.
sole agents for the southern states. The
extract issold at Canton by Phillips &
Caution: There are some preparations ot
the gum renin iu the trade without any
value as a medicament. They may easily
Le discerned, as tbey tin n milky, on ac
count of tbeir terebinthinoous nature,
when mixed with spirits of wine, We
are the only existing manufacturers of tlio
pure Extract fessence) ot the leaves of the
Anstraliau gum tree. Therefore, usk for
Sander A Soils' Extract, and insist npon
it. March 13-ly.
CANTO V OAUIS.
CASH STORE !
New Cjr O O (1 H ,
rim t add vauili grociwi
AND i . A STATIC mi-rl.lllH
At the Corner formerly occupied Hen
ry l.'rd. (Jive us a call.
AV. M- -REIT).
CRAIG 8l CO.
C O , WOOJD,
Dealers in 1
GRAIN, HAY AND SEEDS!
Hare on hand one of the largest stocks
of LUMBER ever brought to Canton.
Warehouse and lnmber-ynrd near tbe
depot. Stouk always ou baud.
HAMBLEN & STANFORD,
3kf cBride Building. Canton, Miss-
. We have just opened an entirely New aud Fresh Stock of
Dry Goods and General Merchandise,
BOUGHT FOR CASH!
And offer the game to the publie at Bottom EMsnxres. For- Cttb.. Onr stock is un
excelled in quality and our prices defy
WOT ,vc , of every kind. Call
chasing else here. aP117
CALIIOON & STINS ON.
AT McFARLAND & STISTSON'S OLD STAND,
Are receiving an entirely new stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, ETC.
Also,. Fresh Supply ol FA.NCT and HEAVY GROCERIES.
Xt bohglit with the cash, and will be sold at satisfactory prices. - Tbe public an
invited to call aud examine. IjTXo trouble to show ap!17
100 Pieces Homespun
100 Pieces Linnen Lawns, 15c per yard.
100 Ladies Parasols,
xuw x-ieces oiionaucs, irom io cents per
100 Pieces Hamburg
.. per yard.
100 Pieces Cachmere
"- yard. : -
100 Pieces Spring Prints, 8 cents per yard
100 Suits Men's Clothing, from $2,50
100 Suits Youths' Clothing, from $2.00
200 Bbls choice Kiln-Dried Meal, $3 50
Ladies' Ties, Novelties in Bracelets. Ru-
chings. Gloves, Hosiery, Trimmings,
Buntings, Grenadines Seaside Suit'
Momie Cloths, Persian Lus
tres, Parasols, Fans.
AFull Line of LADIES' UNDER W E VR
TIN, STOVS and FURNITURE
II QU S E ,
(UJiDER THE MASONIC IIAL.L,)
Canton, - IVIiHss.,
W. W. WISH ART, ACT.
Has on hand a full asaortmuct of
GOOKIN& AND HEATING STOVES,
Antl Everything Else in the
Hardware and House-Furnishing
Manufacturer ot all kinds of
TTC.COPPEB, SHEET-IB93 WORK.
Buccal attention given to
ISObfiiigr. Guttering, and
All Goods sold at the Lowest Catd
Piices. All work guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
dee 18 W. W WISH ART. Act.
Xortb side Court square, Canton, Miss.
competition. A full line of MMItr
and examine onr good and prices before pur
HAMULUS & STANFORD,
Flaids, 11c per jard
Edgings, from 5 cents
Prints, 9 cents per
G. G. COFFY,
! Has removed to tbe nonth fci(l. f Conrt
; S(ilil -, where ho will lie glud to see his
old 1. lends aud customer. a UK lo
IC. V. NUATER,
NORTH SIDE COURT SQUARE,
HAS made uir.niKCUiiMits with one of the
largest and most fasliiotiahlo tuilors in the
country, Messrs. tniruee, Mastitn Allen,
t'hiladeiitliia, by which any garmeut worn
liy iiiiiii i-an te fiirnished at a low figure,
from actusil roi-a.-areuient. Mr. Senter ha
taken the ajieimy ot the almve house at
the earnest solicitation or Ins triends anil
utr.'us iu Canton, mid tliiuks Iroin a tut)
iniA Kvoerii-ne in his orofessioo that be
can give satinfaction to tbe most fs,Htidious.
Any exterior garment ceat, nanta or
vent made up in the most recliercuc siyie
and after the n.oxt approved inmlels of
Kurojieau and AinKni-su fashion pmutt.
from measnriTnent. taken at his lace of
business, ordered from the Philadelphia
bouse, aud gnnranloea to please in sij 10
and fit. inples, witb prices attaelira,
now on exhibition nt Ins place or Dnsinesn,
north side of putilio 'square, where he
wnntd he pleased to see his lri-imls. mJy
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
ADAM. F. R. HARDON
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS
11 and 9 Chartres street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA
MILLINERY ant STRAW GO'DS,
1 1 hart res St.,
MELROSE LUSCH HOUSE,
5ii-5S Camn street and cor. Baronne
and Granier streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
The onlv Dlace in New Orleans where
first class lunch and meal both, can be ob
tained at less than one halt the unal rater,
special accommodations for ladies and
families. Doutforiet it.
o25 R. A. CORBIN, Man'r.
J. C. MULLEIl
No. '65 CUSTOMHOUSE ST.,
Ieli2ui6 New Orleans, La.
OTAUFFER, MACREADY & CC
71 CAKAL STREET,
NEW ORLEANS LA,
XmpurUn tuid alalss
Mrs. Tt. C LOGAN.
THE LATEST KOVELTIE8
MILLINERY & DRESS MAKING
iro. is ojao.v.vx sreeer, '
( Next to Grunew aid Ball J - "
Address, P. O. B..x 1305.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
BERLlX"WOOI all colors, ton cents an
;iound. Good weights guaranteed. Or
iters irom tbe country soiiciteu
Corsets s sfH-ciullj. ' My 10 2n
GI O. F, TBOVO,
(.Successor to E. A. Tyler.)
Invitites au examination of his carefully
kcIi-i ted stock ol
Rich Gold Jewelry,
. " Gold and Silver .
Visitors incur no oblijratjou to pnrehase.
epocial attention given to me
Watches and Jewelry
' By the most experienced workiuel .
1 13 Canal S.,Nev Orleans
131 Canal Street, Touro Building.
Im porters and dealers in
Stapie and Fancy
And suits a specialty. Orders for
suits delivered on short notice.
131 Caual street.
5 & 10 CENT
Novelties in Tinware, Hardware, Fancy
Coods, Ornaments, .'Masks Artibciul
Flowers, Feathers, Ktc.
Kemembcr the place
1 13 :iiij1I, rwOilcani.
Opposite I. II. Holmes'.
P I3Y8IOI ANS.
j. iv. i:l.i,i, iTi. it.
RESIDE NT PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOM
OHice at Moshy's A. Co. Drug Store
.Iiesidunce at Mis. Dr. Caues, Ap-2o-ft
J-US. SEMMES & PKIESTLKy
c.vro.v, - - - miss.
at W. J. Mouhy
V Cn.'s Drug
fr, I. I KK W. SMITH,
OflBce with Dr. Ellis over Gross Store,
II. II ANDY
Practices in tb; Chancery and Circuit
Courts at Canton, and iu tbe upreinar
aud II. S. Courts at Jackson
Ollice at Canton over Phillip's & tones'
drng store. JauXniu
. , ,. Canton, Mifs.
ry T. SINGLETON
Q W. THOMAS
H. S. FOOTS. JR. KOBT. FSWIU.
?oote & pov;eli
- Canton, Miss.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
Cor. Camp and Common Sts.,
Mumford & Watson, Props
BOAIID, C9..1 Per Day.
... , s
J. II. FCKG17M,,
So. 7 COMMKECI IL PLaflK,
Particnlar attention paid to the eollee
lion of claims. ulj li
11. T. COTTAJf, AI QI-STl CUAFT
H. T. COTTA&I & CO.,
Sueeessoia lo Wang a Cottain,
Dtultrs in Western Produce, and 'fH
S2 iiikI' 84 Tovdraa street, I
oc; 15 - y E W OKLE AXS.
J. M. ELK IK. ' . F. STRINGER
ELKIN &, CO..
lOW Ciitit ST..MW OK(,K41a.
Dealers in AU Varieties of
RUGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTISG,
Curtain Damask;, Lace Cur
LTPIIITIC Y Q1H, Ac
3S - CAMf MEEET. - 33
VNEW OitLEANS, LA. ;
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Cooking & Healing Stoves
STAMPED TIN W ABE,
Plain and Japan Tinwa j, Tinner's trim
mings, 1 luned s.id Liiaiiirled Iron Hollow
ware, Talde Cnilerj, aud every descriptioa
of House Furuisbiuj; Uoodp.
of Plain and Japanned Tinware, which
oiler at prices lower than those of Hesteri
Priuted price list mailed on application
pUILLIPS & JONES
iUCCESSOBS TO CABELL sod BAUODM-
DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS
. .. BOOKS!
PEEFUMKBY A5D , YA.I- C V aUTlf'LKa
yy J- MOSJ, & CO
This tirui has Jnst reeeired Crow New Tor:
and Philadelphia a full stock ot
Drugs & Medicinej
In wholesale quantities. '
and a great rariety of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CUTLER
I EBBLE GLASSES,
PAINTS IN OIL AND CRY.
The house purchases for ca-.ll in hsi
and not on iclii, suit will sell for vasb if
p out admittvd ts be cry suiall.
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