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"With Supplement. Canton, Mississippi, Feb. 12. 1S7G, GENERAL DIRECTORY. ! A Sab Accident. Four-he Mm-ivl!- West Tonnes. I.a.st HieJ-ivi7rii:n.' Mr. W. C. ! M' M'"""'8. omiivly oi Smith. In-other of .... i;.l..vvt.,vv.,- K0,"""l! "'""S Svo two enter- mun, Dr. Luko V. Smith, neoident ally shot and killed himself. The sad affair occurred about 7 o'clock, at his residence on the Vernon road some twelve miles west of Canton. lie was preparing to go huntin and it i thought was endeavoring j j Love Lacgds at IM-cmiths. Yes, and ill ali otln-r kinds of : ..!!.. . . ... I' l- TT II 1 . MlV.-tl UUll. .1.1 Wilt (i.s n tainnients at Odd ! eliows Hall lust i 11 . , , , i . i ' nionstra'ed in our little city during Monday and l tiesduv nights, draw- , ' . J ; ,.,. ....... - L. rpi . :. . . ... .1... .1 1. . ! i tt-lv. 1 lit: ii;iiih-s l' mis tlie largest audiences we have ; , .' 1 .... Were colored in lart highly to draw a load of buck shot from v. s. orFircns : Hon. K. A. Hill, Judge of Circuit aud istrie Court. U. T. Swan, Clerk of Circuit ami Dis trict Court. l.rroy S. Itronn. I . S. Marshal of the tL,.itili.Tii District of Mississimii. XV. H. Ford, (oftice) lteputy Clerk, uer. An old servant woman on the 1 uiM'-'Vwan. D.p.rv Marshal. .Teko. ! I,Ia, ' of ih .1. W. Blessing, lriity Marshal Vicks- DMrg. ever seen in attendanco in this citr on such occasions. The entertain ments were creditable and far ex-1 ! ceeded those of many traveling troupes of greater pretensions. uis iron wueu ii w.is uiscnargeu, me i , ... , , ,' sho conieius entering ins necit, s-nauer- j ing his head in a most terrible nian- Juhn. J. Gainry. Demity Marshal. Henry Wilson, iH-puty Marshal, Xa.eliez. STATE OFFICERS : A. Ames, governor. A. K. Davis, Lieutenant-Governor. ti' ii i iikk i...i:n.liiU;.. ..MM.iiiits Jones S. Haiuilton, Deputy Auditer i trunk, the gun still in Public Accounts. XV, I.. Hemingway. Treasurer. .Innics Hill. Seeretarv of State. U. K. Harris. Attorney General. T. W. Cardozo, SuperintendeM ol I"ul ic Education. U. Vt". Warren. Levee Coniuussioiier. Brasher, Deputy I.evee Oiniiu- itioiicr. SIPnEJIE COI BT : K. S. Pevton, Chief Justice. H. K. Siuirall. Aso-iatr Judge. J. Tarhell. Associate Judge. A. M. Linle. Clerk. , Oca. K. ihirris and G. H. Sunrall, lie-porters. but suspected nothing strange un til breakfast was ready and Mr. Smith remained absent. She went to his room to call him aud found it locked from the inside. Finally the door was forced open wIk ii .Mr. Smith was discovered Hitting on a his hand his body resting agxinst the wall ami life extinct The deceased was about 22 years of age, of exemplary character ami highly esteemed. His bereaved mother and relatives have the kind est sympathies of a large circle of friends and acouaintances, COl'ST OFFICERS : It. J. Boss. Sheriff. li. XV. Anderson. Circuit Clerk. K. S. Jeffrey, chancery Clerk. Jaiucs Parker. Assessor. J. T. Boyd, Treasurer. CIT OFFICERS : Itolx- Powell, Mayor anil e officio, Maxisli e. J. M. Anderson. City Treasurer. T. II. Weathers! y. City Marshal,.?. G. l lcitrpi n, d. iiy Marshal. Alilrrmen X. . Orriek. James MiKar juiil. ieorre ll.intlv. 1!. W. Uarrison, Jim. KricksiMi. IstmiH Garrett. Srhool Ti'ty '. CoHiran, J XV Maxwell. Kast Ward ; Uoht. K ur , John Garrett. West Ward. LOOi. JIATTKHS. Fob Sale. Parties in need of printing mate rial will do well to write to lis, as we have a lot of Long Primer body type, Bcc-ond-haud, but very good, that we wish to sell. AVe also have a ii umber of fonts oljoh letter, ca-cs, stands, ete., that we will sell at a bargain, tf. K. L Ross& Co. The Crip Sisters will giveapfr-lrm:iiH!et-iiij;lit.tiird:iy. I2th, at Odd Fellows' Hall, also Vonday and Tueaday nifhrs, lfllt and 15lh. Admission 75 cts children 35cts For SHi. A hand press, typn and tixtures sutli--irnt for a small newspaper otH-?;'. Priiw reiL-oiiable, AcMress this office. Wo are in receipt of an address to the Senaie Committee by lluv C. K. Marshall id Vicksburg, on the Fiil.ject of the Texas- Pacific Uail ro-il. It is an aide paper, and the subject lr-ateii one of vital interest to Missis-iippi and the whole south Mu'srs. Baily Js; Virdeii. whl.-sale li iiior and wine i!calrs. h-jn removed from the store of J. A. Keid to that of S. C t'ochraa. when th y will cimtiMiie their business. They ke p iinthing hut the liest lirands of liquor and wine, which they will sell at whol-sjile. one gallon and upwards, at ciiy priis. ilr. Baily five hi personal alii ntion to the busi ness. -and all who know "l-oif know lltat he dents itraiyht. Give '. im a call, if von wfeb anything in his line. The young ladies of Cai'ton will give a leap year partj- at ihc Wolf House next Wednesday night, and the hearts of our boys are ali aflutter now about Ihe momentous occasion. Wo presume there will bo no "wall flowers" there. Re. freshments wi'.I cousist of sandwith es and coffee a capital idea, we think. Home Insurance Company of X w Vork. Purely Kire ; sill i:s funds pledged to payment on tire losses. Cash capital. $:s.000.000 ; cash as.s-ts, .OPO.t)(K; cash surplus as regards policy hohlers. $:i.ti25. KJO. J. K. Johnson & Co.. Manager-, Southern Dep't. Steele & Yeargain, Lo ral agents. It rained nearly all night last Sunday night, and the consequents was that the roads antl streets were very mudd3', and the creeks boom ing high Monday morning. In itome places fences wer washed away and bridges more or less dam aged. Any one having Cabins to build in the country will do well to call on D. Iitcli & Son. Fine Spectacles at Phillips & Jones' J rug store. We will say to our readers, it is our intention to begin with the next meeting of our Board of Super visors, publishing the proceedings of their meetings. m Insure your giu-houscs and cotton jrith Stkbi.k & Vr.AKOAi.N. Ins. Af'ts. For the best and cheapest work in the Carpenter line call on D. Eeitcli & Sou. Our colored friends had a big baptising at the railroad culvert )at Sunday allernoon. There were some fourteen immersions. N oiler is hereby given to all road-overseers, and to all others interested, requir iug them to tc prompt in making their reports to the Board of Siiervisors on the tirst Monday of March, as the law re quires. There wKi be a line of twenty dollars entered against them if failing to comulv. I would a-ik all good citizens to take some interest in tlu recommenda tion of competent overseers, etc. J. M. UlCHARDS, Member Roard of Supervisors Dist. No. 1. ' A GOOD SlSW. Several gentlemen from a dis tance have been in our city during the past tw weeks with the view of locating in our county. These gen tlemen want either t buy or rent lands. In this connection we would susriro.-t to thos. of our friends who have more land than I hey will cul tivate th's j"car, or that has not been rented out or otherwise dis pos. d of, that .if they will I ave with us memoranda of same with tei ins, etc., we can, in all prob ability find ti nants theicfur. We are glad to see this inquiry for homes in our county and trust that our people will give a cordial wel come to ail new comers. Let tlie tide of immigration once sot in, let settlers from otherstales find homes among us, and kind treatment at our lim-ds, and others will follow, aril it wiJI not be long before our waste places arc built up, our bar ren fields again in blossom, and gen uine thrift and prosperity a bless ing to our people. rt time before the public and practice and carnful .study and train ing will shortly make them, if they are net now, as some think, equal to tal V uglier s troupe. Anderson Watt, the ballad singer, has certain ly a fine voice, nil that it needs is cultivation. In conclusion wo would say in commending this troupe to public favor, that if there is any portion of the drama that legitimately belongs to any particular class we think ne gro minstreh v of right belongs to the negro. The white man ma- ape him but he will never portr.iy the negro character as truthfully as the negro does himself. We wish Messrs. Fouchc & Mur rell every success with their genu ine negro mi litre I troupe. Low Prices. v Owing to the extreme hard times, I have concluded to reduce my prices to thu following rates, strictly for vath: Gold tillings S2.00. formerly S:i.(IO. Amalgam or silver as it. is sometimes called, Sl.iiO, formerly S2.00. Full sets of teeth SlO.OU.ftrinerly SoO.OO. Partial sets correspondingly reduced. T. O. Payne. Where time is wanted, old rates will be charged, and good city acceptance rc- pdred. T. O. Payxk, D. I), .s. 2 3-3J Pure SJterin sewing machine oil for sale bv (2 5-tt) G. G. Cokfy. a flair colored. Their names were Sarah Ford and lie v. Joseph Freeman. Joseph loved Sarah, and so did an other fellow whose name we don't I know, and Sarah loved Joseph, Jo seph an i Sarah were to have been married ten days ago, but this rival could not bear to see Joseph the fortunate possessor of the lovely Sarah, the embodiment of his idea of woman, and the full possessor of bis heart's affections; ami ho swore a fearful oath to the ellect that the consummation so devoutly to be wished twixt Joseph and Surah should never be reached, and on the evening that they were to linK their destinies, he, with the assistance of Sarah's parents, who prefered the rejected suitor to the devout Joseph raised such a row that the sard Sa rah, imagining her life in danger, fled to Jackson. From that place she walked buck to Canton and secretly repairing to the bonse of a friend, the knot was tied before the parents and rejected suitor knew of her return. Tha Crisp Sisters will he ii- re nights on v. Villi. 14; h and lnll three Onion Sets at Phillips & Junes drug store. ITW Advertisements. Dr. T. O. Payne, appTjcialing the hard times and stringency of money matters, advertises a very material reduction in his rates in the several brunches of his profes sion denislry. I'ead his card and give tii in a call anil he will f i t your mouth up all right. Itjad the large advertisement headed "Carnival at Canton," and be on baud the 22d to witness and lake part in this grand affair. Xo pains or expense is being spared by the management to make the enter tainment the grandest ever given in Canton. One ticket admits the bearer to the dancing hall aud also to a mugiiiticieiit supper. There was a great deal of cot -on in town during the past week, al though prices were low. 12 cents being a good lirice for the best grades. It is gratifying to know that our farming friends, notwith standing the very low price of cot ton, are bringing it forward to make settlement with our merchants for supplies and money advanced. This is the way to preserve credit, but t would be a wise nua.su rw- if our larmers would resolve not to a-k credit for the next year. If a man is in do t and has several mules or horses, it could be far better for him to get rid of all his stock ex it team sufficient for his own hands, and devote his own time and labor in the making of a crop. In this way he can escape debt, and in a year or two become iudependen'. KXKCITTIVK IjKI'AltT.MKXT, ATLANTA. G.., January 1874. 7r. J. S. Pembrrtou Dear Sir : I have used your Glolie Flower Cough Syrup uiyselt'aiid in my famiiy. with beiietitsso marked as to leave unquestioned the merits of a remcfly which in my experi ence has proved one that exceeds every thing tor colds, roughs and obstinate lung affections. I shall always use it with pertcct confidence, and recommend it to the public as a remedy which will afford that satisfaction experienced by me anil mine. Jas. M. Smith, Governor State of Georgia. Globe Flower Cough Syrup at 1'iiit. i.ii's & Jones. Advertised Lei tars. T. O., Canto.v, Miss. List of letters remaining in fhis oflico uncalled for, for ttie week ending Feb. oth, 1"T6. Alexander J F Dciitson Mrs Hetty Allen Miss Annie Jones Mrs Am Casey John O'Keele John Cancer Aliss Jennie Smith Mrs Sophie Canccler Miss J Stokes William Dean Miss Annie Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised. IltNttY It. Smith, P. M. .4 III i Id aperient ;;n! senile I'll I'gill lie. recommended for the cure ol' all ilcriiiigeliieuts of th,t Moncicli. liver and bowels, i.v their timely use iiiucti siekness is prevented, 'j'lic test ol' luiinv years have proven tln ni to l.e the satesf. surest and best of all the pills ecr tiller ed to the public. T hey purity ttie blood. remove n!f corruptions, and restore the diseased system lo perfect heaiih. As hii antidote tiills mid I 'ever they have no eipial. For l sicsia they an-a spei iiic. For Nick llciid iiciie and liiJions Co:i- they are a sure cure. Fort uustipaluii, ISIscm nalisill, J'ilrA, rulpiloliou J Ihe llrart, I'ttin in tir .s''d'tf, Jiiu-k Hud I.tiiiix. AYrroi.--mcjmi, a positive remedy. Fur f'rruat:- Ir rryitlriritic, iriiiont a rirnl. When one does not feel very well " a single do-e stimulates the stomach and bowels, res tores the aptictite, and imparts vigor to tlie sv.-teiii. Sold everv where. Ollice, IS Murray Street. New York. DRTUTT'SrlAllR-DYE iseasilv applied, imparls a beautiful black or In-own. antl acts like magic. Sold bv all druggists. Price, 1 .IM) a box. Sold N holcsaic and I.etai! hv W. J. MOSI5Y t CO.. 10 il l 21 Can-ton, Miss. Wright's Acs.1e!?y for Young Ijauies. ' N io--:. M aOIso.n Co . Mis--. I-i-'ro -ou in A'-adeniie and I "olleu-;ale l.ran -lies Par.i ei.Iar :itriiti.i:i lo thorough train ing in illi tile cieiueliTary slu lie.-. Comvnciice- Mom! iv. Jan. '21. I S7i;. Tniiion pavaMe during each month. For priuiai'C pupils. :s.l. l-'or intermediate grades, !sj. For acad ie grades, A.J. Wi;n;uT, A. M., Principal. I -!-It 0R.S HOLMES & SIVilTH, IIESI DEXT DENTISTS. Office t'p Stairs, adjoining Mosby A Co.'s drug store. Teeth extracted without pain. Terms cash but moderate. All work guaranfc'cd. 1 2y-ly For Sale ! ! Valuable Wood Lands ! ! i OF FEU for sale the following tract of Wood-l.aiKI, NEAR THE CITY OF CANTON : WJ sw Sec. 17, Towu.-hip 9, Uange S Kast. containing 80 acres. Tle land ad joins thi property of Capt K J Uoss, and is a part of the tract belonging to the es tate of A J i) .Mitchell, dee'd. For terms address the undersisrued, care of T P miller oc-Co. Mobile. Ala. 1 13-4f JOHN V MlLI.EIt. X. C. OHUICIv, 1 1 A It in W A It E AMI Agricultural Emplcments, A". 12 Lihulij Stmt, CAN'T ON", : : : : MISS. TXFOUMS the pu'ilic that he h is nivd, i large purchases f ir the Spring trade, giving especial atleuiion to tlie Agricultural Department. He will have in stock about the 1st of January, which will be sold very close lor ttasii, all Doz. Axes, 1.-.0 Hoes. SIX) I Vs. Traces, :;(Ki Kegs Vols. 5i) Milbui n agons. 2. :. and 4 horse KKX) Plows of all the popular manufactures A FI I.I. STOCK OF Cotton Sweeps and-Seraers, Double and Single Shovel Plows, liull Tongues anil Shovel Blades, Plow i'olts. Points aud Lands, Clevises and I,ap-Iings, Single and Double-Trees. Wheelbarrows and Ox-hows, Wagon and Plow Harness and Saddles, Cotton Planters and Com Shcllers, General Hardware. Sash, Glass and Doors, Garden seeds and Implements. He calls attention of the planters to a new feature in east plows which he has introduced, viz : THE STEEL POINT for Nos. 1-2 and 1 PLOWS, which makes them the most perfect plow ever offered for sale in this market. J'.v giving his undivided attention to j business he holies for a continuance of the ! patronage so liberally bestowed upon I him. " 12-25-JI5. .JOSEPH BQERSIG, BOOT AND SHOE MAKtR . 14. COFFY, PHAOTIOAIi cia'tki; sti;i:::i'. Three Daors Kast o" Pcs;-o3ice. I VatclimakGi- and Jeweler Grange .Notice. To tiie Pablio. We intend to sell saddle--, buggy and wagon harness, haiHcstracc-hahis bliud bridleSf collars and back-bauds at cost until the first of April next. We have to sell or remove goods, as this is the last season we e.vpcct to remain in Canton. Hides bought, and work repaired or made to order while we remain. A. M. Gfiti.KY, Agt. Jan, 8, 1S7G. li-:tj Tbs Gsans Jcaoas. The. HicmlsTs of Canton Grange Xn. '72, P. of If., are notified and requested to attend a stated meeting at the Grange room on the :ird Saturday, lDtli day, of Feb. 187. at It o'clock a.m.. for the transaction of business of interest to the order. H'ji l'l.'HOSTI.EY, Master. Johnnie Wohner. the accommodating proprietor of the Merchants S iloun, has the be-t beer in town. MtJLE Stsaliks. Harill- a day passes that we do nor. bear of the stealing of mules or horses,, from our farming friends' Mr. James A. Smith reports the stealing of two mules from his neighborhood in the last few days. Mr. Thomas N. Holliday also hod a mule stolen from his place last Tuesday the 8th inst. T4ic.se out rages upon the industry of our co'ty and state are becoming so frequent and so seriously to effect our citizens as to render it im perative for our Legislature to enact some law with a penalty more terrible than a few years imprisonment. Cut This Out It May Savo Your Life. Tlicra is no person living but what sut lers more - or less with Lung Diseases, Coughs. Voids or i 'oiisuniptinu. yet some would die rat her than p. ty 7. cents fur a bottle of medicine tiiac would cure them. Dr. A. lloschee's Gentian Syrup has late ly been introduced in this country from Germany, and its wonderous cures aston ishes every one mat try it. If you doubt what we say in print, cut this out and take it to your Druggist, ami get a sam ple bottle for 10 cents and t y it. Two doses will relieve you. IJeguiir size 7." cents. Al the meeting of the llifle Team last 'Wednesday night, it was ascer tained that nearly 300 had been raised for the purpose of purchas ing niiilorms tor the company. This is about one half of the atno'tnt necessary to uniform the company. Contributions from our liberal heart ed citizens are now in order. The same will be thankfully received and judiciously applied to the end in view. The Team will give a pub lic parade at no distant day. OABNIYAICANTON FAH01 MASQUER ABE BALL ! C.IVE.V BY TUB COlTCB-SaTIOlT B'NAI ISELA-EI, AT ODL) FELLOWS' HALL, OX. !1X,-ua.oiclj,37- Sve, "to'y 22, "70. TICKETS OF ADMISSION, FIVE DOLLARS, " Will C17. ALSO ENTITLES TIIE BEAREIi TO A -o - Fruit Trees for Sale. Peach, Apple, Pear.cte. ISest varieties suited to this locality. Karly Rcatrii-c Peach trees, lirst class, 2fc. Do n't send olf for trees when you can get better and cheaper at home. XV. II. Casski.i., 11 27 Canton, Miss. We regret to learn that Maj. Uenj. The foil .wing named persons ' -"'grader, while mending a Crisp Sisters at Odd Fellows' Hall to night, Monday and Tuesday nights. For Bile. An A-one .second-haul 7-octave piano, cheap f cash. Apply to J. M. Ankkkso.v, .In. Frith Garden geeds. were appointed at the last meeting of the Board of Supervisors lo act as Grand Jurors at the next term of ihe Circuit Court, to be held Mon day, March, 1st, 1876. MSTK1CT no. 1. James MeFarland. John Jolmson, c. Win. Kicharjs, Andrew Jackson, c. DISTRICT NO. 2. Joseph V. Lipscomb, Ep. Lane, Isaac lernard,3 col.; Sterling Foster, col. DISTRICT NO. 3. Win. IJaskins, J. II. Handel, Benj. Collins, col., Alfonzo Burns, col. district so. 4. Christopher Adams, Thos. Uobcrts, Travis Merchant, col., Elias Smoot, col. DISTRICT NO. 5. Zaeh Stewart, Motitfort Uacon, Jetf. Gilmore, col., George Henry, col. All lovers of tlie drama who will nil end Odd Fellows' Hall to-night, l-'tli, and Monday and Tuesday nights. 1 1th ami 15th will be agreeably entertained by the Crisp Sisters Insure your Gin-houses and Cotton with Btkhi.k & Yeakoain. 10:23 Ins. Agents. FEE80KAL. his place in the suburbs of the city on Thursday of last week, was so unfortunate as to get the little fin ger of the left hand so badly mash ed as to necessitate amputation. Dr.s Galloway and Cage performed the operation and at last accounts the Major was improving. Wo trust that he will suffer no furthor inconvenience from it. Since tho above was put in type, wo learn that tho Major's misfor tune is more serious than was sus. pected and that he now lies very ill with the lock-jaw, and owing to his advanced age, little hopes, if any, are entertained for his recov ery. i i Tlie best spring-tempered sewing machine needles, all sizes, lor all sewing machines,, for sale by 54 3-tf G. G. Coffy. McrrcH's Anti-Uillious Prescription, Ilcpatiuc, for the Liver, at pMii.i.irs & Jones. As an evidence of the prosperity and upward tendency of our town, there arc not at present more than three or four vacant dwelling hous es within its limits, whilo on year ago there were a score or more ten antless houses here. So much for the Radical overthrow last Novem ber. Last Thursday evening, while tho Fire Company had its engine and hose-carriage out for practico a Ii -tie son of Mr. David Fulton wis knocked dowH and run over by the hose-carriage. Strange to say, the carriage passed over his head and inflicted but slight injuries. Good becratth : Merchant's Saloon. Thanks. . We return thanks to King Mo mus for an invitation to attend the Carnival of the Ulks, at Exposition Hall, Memphis, Mardi f'ras, Feb. 29th. Hcputinc cures dyspepsia and all bili ous complaints. At Pitn.i.ics A Jox ks IHE PROCEEDS OF THE RAM, WH.I, P,R DEVOTED TO THE BISECTION OF A SVXAGOGl'E IX THIS CITY. Parties desiring to obtain ladies invitation will hand in their names to D. A. May er, chairman of the invitation committee. The committee of arrangements has spared neither trouble nor means to make the occasion a grand success and an en joyable and select affair and have engaged tor the occasion Chas. Yeager's Celebrated Silver Cornet Band of N. O. They have furthermore contracted with Monsier Ike Leopold, "the renowned cos- iimier ot Memphis, leim.. to ha here one week previous to the ball and supply ,.,., ,iini inaKs, smus etc., wiiu u ie very ciioiccst lue occasion may demand, at very reasonable figures. The following regulations wnl be strictly enforced by the different committees. Cnder no consideration will concealed or deadly u eaKn of any discription be Every masker will be""reniired to pass through the examination room before passing inr i ttie nan. wiu re the mask committee will prevent any improper char acter or indiscreet mask from entering the Hall. Tickets of .-uluiision are not transferable under any circumstances whatsoever, the Keeeption Commil n-e reserving the right Co refuse admission by returning price of ticket. Tickets of admission can lie lmil at the principle stores, and from members of nit: iiiiiici siuvo -oiiiiiiiLLee oi jAiraugenients, Wm. M. 15.ili.ix, Chaiiman D A Mavkii, Daw Hii.leb, E Ckkf, Isioor Gross. BANKING AND INSURANCE' OFFICE O I ' CHARLES HANDY. Buys and Sells Gold and Silver. Bills of Exchange drawn on principal cities of the United States. Approved Paper Discounted and Deposits re- Prompt attention to Collections at any-point in Miss. OFFICE IN WINTER'S OLD BANK, WEST SIDE SQUARE, Canton, ZMisositosippi. 1171 CHARLES HANDY, Agent. Ke;iui l ini; l.xei nted will! "d'eat ness ;in,l lis:aU li. 1 l.vr.g AV- 15. Alswwi tli. CAKTTON, MISS. DEALEl! IN Wood, Coal, Jjiunber, Laths, Shingles, Uric k, Alabama Lime. OIOIMIOINT VIM1 1IAV. Office: South Sije. Court Square. nich WOKN2R, Boot and Shoe Maker, VA.XTOX, .1.S.V. I toots and shoes warranted and a tit guaranteed . 3P"tihop one door west of Merch nits Kxehanire. i j and de:d.-r lii j NEW ORLEANS CAItDj. U. .Ilnv tiilirlhl nnt3. .. Itt ll ,t,,lit Gautlireaux' & Wright, i.lKSMUI. AliKM.-t Vic? 32? i s. snviitiii) .Miti'vi ''m I'irc t Hai'lar Proof Mil l"o K T-ITTJOISLSI, Hancy Drawers, Spring Scales, &.C. D -;i i;v uui.KW.s. Kast .siiii-; .iimki:, Ostiion, - - MiNM. I,'j-i:iirin anil adjusting Fine U'ati'lios a seciallv. 103U How Much Money Would Your Family Have if You Were to Die To-Day ? :o: Think o, it. ami INSURE Y UR LIFE IN TUB LIFE INSURANCE CO :o: "Tlio Company for the People." Assets ovor - - 35300,000 THE BANNER COMPANY OP THE SOUTH. R. M. & B. J. Montgomery, AUCTION K KK8, and dealers in w 1 ii i' nitiii- i )!llce and Salesrooms, Armory Hall, 87 CampSt Auction Rooms, 37 Nitchei St. Waroroomi, Cor. Lafayetts & Commero. NEW OKLEAN . CONSTANT lY OX IIAXII. TUB largest Stock of I'linaiture ire the city. Also, a large Stock of Bug gies. l.ihernl Advances made on t'ouiigr.m'(s 9 27, EVERY LOSS SUSTAIXI5D BY THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN 1'KOMPLY PAID ! THE MOBILE LIFE is formed on the most approved plans in the science or Luo Insurance, and an experi ence of two huxdked yeaks proves that such a Company, prudently and honestly managed, can never fail. The mauagers of this Company are well and honorably known in this State. :o: The People show their appreciation of a Good Compa ny oy tneir jraironage. Que 37l3.cvisa,i3.ca. Folioies ISSUED IN TIIE PAST TWELVE MONTHS. Tho most popular and successful Life Insuranco over organizod in the noi.th. The coming plan. " fto inucn insurance tor so much money" is the common sense method of insuring. "Pay as you go, get what you buy, stop when you choose." No charge mad o for "so called" Dividends, hut for Insuranco only. The cost of Insurance in this sterling Company is guaranteed to be less than ftny other Company of tho South. This solid Company invites investigation into its merits, and excellent teatures. C1IAKLES HANDY, W. II. BAILEY, Wm. HANDY, General Munaqcr, Secretary, General Agent, Mississippi Department, embracing Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. Principal Office, CANTON, Miss. u zo-iy TI E CAM mn. Tlie Official Organ of tlie Patrons of Husbandry of Madison County. 122 TUBE a YEARGAIN, niorniETORs Fresh lriir, toilet article, etc, lit I'hil lips & Jones. AN UN70RTUNATB BRIDEQEOOM . His naino was Alex. Harris, her name Eliza Joues, ami they were to have licen married last 'J'uesday night at hvr resilience in Frog town. It was HtipM-ateil that Alex, was to furnish toe wedding supper anil light up th hride's domicil the night lVo,.ro irri:iri'l to 111! orders of Aimle- ale and n tail biiyert, for Ijindn th and ! flourishing gonorally ferry' Garden Sends Onion -ts, Karly , favors, Boe, I'eelcfM, and Kuwft mwi 1-otatoes 1 29-Jt H. Gwi.xxkb it I5ko. Our Jewish friends have d imposed of quite a Iare. numhop of tickets ior their grand ball on tho ?2d inst. m m ' Ilepathie! Ilepatiiic ! Ifepaiine! IJi-pa-tine for the I.iver. at Phillip-' Jk .four. Mr. J. B. Martin, of Pickens 8 tat ion and a staunch friend of tho Mail, was in Canton last Monday of th0 nuptfals; all of which ho did, and paid our ofllce a pleasant visit. !. havifig arrayed himself in his Ho reports tho littlo city of Pick-I wclding attire, with liconso in hand ens ns being much improved and ' ,,,! attended by his waiters and 1 hanks lor, (hn minlstor. arrivod fit tho hrido's residence at 8 p.ui , tho appointed Grdn Beeds. hour, only to find tho lights all out, i tho supper gone and the hrido flown, We have, just received a largo ninl full I whilo on tho door was lelt a card on assortment of Lnndrctli & .Sons' and For- j w, jcl, was wriiten, "Too Thin." ry 8 r&rwin iiecos. onr sowk i-iiiiinMi'K every variety, and is warrantiil fresh and genuine, lections. 4 'all early and make viir se- 18-2J1 W.J. Mosbv fc (' i'arlifvs having Ikmi'h to htiihl will timl S-..H line of ti..iiarv. at litlip A . 1' to Ih. ir .vlvanta-r- lo can " . - - r 1 Jones', It, l.ricll . Noil, tTntil I'urihcr uolii-ia. xit: through mail for New Orlcuiw will chxi- daily, i'ir.l Mondays, at .t-.'.V) p.m. I.ctli is si-ut hy this mail will nwh tin i-ily Im-Ioi-u hn.i-w.-n hoiir j tin: followim; rlay. IIkmiv I;. Smiiii, I", Jl, There will he an adjourned moot ing of tho Democratic club at the Mayor's office noxt Tuesday night. Turn out every member, as matters of grave importanco will ho consid ored. Get your job printing dono at tho Mail oflico. New presses, new aud fashionable type and complete stock of stationery. Call and see samples of work and prices. EST2LA."2E2D. ITM'O.M the premises of the suhscrilwr . on the 12th of Iirremhcr, 1K7.", one hlaek or mouse colored mule, live years old. medium size, collar marks' ami ,-iirn of brand on r i ir 1 1 1 nick under tin inane in-clistiui-.t J. Last heard from with a hi ll in the vicinity "f 4Jalliouii Station. Fif-ti-rn ilolhirs will be awunled for her de livery at .Inekxon. can; T. K. Itielninlsoii t Co., or iiil'orinatioii of her whereabouts. Address Jl. J. JONliS, Jackson, .Miss. 1 2'.l-l t LF H O US E, NEAR COUIiT SQUATvE, -A. jar ms w 0 E n AT N. O., ST. L. & C. It. It. DEPOT, Miss TJoth Housf-,.; L.-ivo recently boon refittcl and refurnish ed. The tables am supplietl with everything this and the Xew Orleans and Memphis markets afford. TERMS TO SUIT THE TIMES. o I'J Notice of Attachment XV. x. BI.KDSOK vs. I AT. WKLSfl Notice is hereby friven to Pat Welsh, lelcmlai.t in the above styleil cause, that an uthichiin-iit. was sued our. hy V. N. lileilsoe iiuahist. the c.-hite of Put Welsh tor Ihctatm of one hiii)ilrel ami twenty Imiii .VIiki dollars on the "J-M 'lav of .lanit ary, 1S7, Is-lore Siiiletontiarrelt, a jus tiit; of the peace in aud lor the county of .Madison, state of Mississippi, returnable on the 1st Wediiclay ol March, lsTii, which attac hment was levied upon eer hiin real cshih? Ih-loniiiit to you. You are therefore cited to W aud appcaj- lie lore su'hI Mairi-irate's t'ourt on ail re turn day lo pleail ! stiid uituse; in ilelau It ol your presence JinliriiK-iii by ili-laiill will be rendered auaiust yon ami the proccrtv atlic-hecl sold, unci the proceeds applied to the liquidation of plaintiffs demand. .ninm.utu, ;.vi:i:k it, j. p. "1? A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Published every Saturday, and Conservative in Polities. And uncompromising in its opposition to Carpet-bag rule, venal and oppressive Taxation and ignorant and intolerant Legislation. Devoted to the Interests of the Entire People. Terms of Subscription, $3 per Annum, invariably in Advance. ST. JAMES HOTEL M oazinS St., Bet. Grivier tad Kstchei Alio;, New OrlcatiK, TjU, Terms, only get. SO per Hay. Thoroughly renovated mid rcpHinlccI, with new furniture and carpels through out. Situated In tho very center of tho busl-' ness portion of the city. Uutie the iiiaua.rciiiciit of coinnctcnt- aud at t tive .Sniithcrii reiitlenien. A per ll'-ni rate li"ss th jn any other first cias4 no in 102 11 ill the couiitrv. i:. k. lavEits & ;o.. Prorictors. B. T. WAIiSHE, Importer and Dealer in MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS His "OWN MAKE " of Shirti, and BOY'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHI'G No. 110 CANAL Sr., Near St. Charles St., Kew Orleaus. 102-11 BORNIO & BROTHER, ( &stablisle) in 18 W.) CommUijiou 3Xor)ltiitF4, Importers ami nhoIeile ili-aler in Lear Tobacco, (lunretlwv Manufac tured Chewing' and SiiioIiiii(r Toluioco. Notice : Grand Extraordinary IJraw ing Havana Iittcry to take place "lec. 2J. '75. Only 16,000 tickets, and $1 21 H). 01 HI to be distributed in prizes, bcml for plan. to BOKN'IO St llito., Ho. 77 Qravier Street, 025 . IVco-w Ol'lCillM. ACQ. RICK. J . BOKX. . KICK. RICE BROS. & CO., 89 and 91 Tamp St., Itrancli Stora 507 Mairajuiic Street. Warclioiise, 14J, 14a & 147 Majrazine St. 3!re-r OrloanH, Xjct. Importers anil deiirer in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Builders' Hard ware. Grates, Cutlery, Stoves and Iiansfes, House Furnishing Goods of every description. Miuiufacturers of Tin unci Junnn "V-o. 025-OJ Britton, Moore & Coleman, COTTON FACTORS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 40 Unicu St., 925-122 NEW ORLEANS. LA. Is one of the largest papers in the state, and fur nishes the latest County and State News, Telegraphic Res tunc, Editorials on the principal issues of the day, and a large amount of Miscellaneous Reading Mat ter, selected with great care, and adapted to the va ried wants of the LTHJTTJyjG- FTJBLIC. BM4 Wm. B. CLARKE, Cotton Factor nd COMMISSION MERCHANT 58 Carondelet St., P. O. Lock Box 140S 925-02 New Oi-Iefins. A. B. GRISWOLD & GO. importRrs op FINE VV A TCIIKS, CLOCK, JEWELRY Fancy C3rOoUs Coruer Caiud and Itoyal Streets, nov 2-ly NEW ORLEANS. D. H. WALLACE & CO., COTTON FACTORS and Gen. Commis'n Merchants, 79 CARONDELET 'ST., Too--- Orleans, Xn.. oct24-l - Establishea in ISI'Z ILiycry, Feed, Sal-e a ih Uoiifimisiois Stable X'kace sti:i:i:t, j-kakck & .mills' old stand, Oa.Z3.torL, Miss itrmsheM Jin ggics, Hacks :ind ailillo ll.rsi.s rentable 1 Willi's. d s.t I roa- Is complete in every respect, having been recontly refttrnished with 2sr E W P 1. E S S E S of the latest and most approved patterns, and of the latest and most fashionable designs, we aro jirepared to d till kinds of PLAIN AN I) FANCY JOB AYOllK, froi.i a 1. A. BAI.tnVIN. C. A. SLOCOMB, T III COm- c. Kesris. a. to. KLOcoMii, J nieuilani. A. BALDWIN & CO., successors to SLOCOMB, BALDWIN & CO., 71 Canal, and 91, 93 and 95 Common Srtet, New Orleans, La., Importers and Dealers In FOREIGN &. DOMESTIC II All D WARE Guns, Locks, Cutlery, Xails, Steel, Iron (.'listings, etc. ."together "n'iili A Full Stock of Farming Iasplementa. Airents for J. E. 4'arver"s (tins, Cuatcs (oiler Iron, Valentine .t Butler's Sates, K. iX. U. lirookes' Cut XaLU and Sjiikes. etc. Uiovil-oin. A. WEB S FASHIONABLE BARBER, Snot- NonTti SlUK SL'AKE, gtof Tin only resieehille Nirher shop, in tin- eity. It you want a toil, clean shave or sUMiniiM.n, give lue a call, li 11 aw vet best s Uri. f to a Visiting Card, in the Aylc. it j i I on short notice. IQUH W. YEARGAIN. el i irt rniT ik CAXTOX, MISS WiU protest Di-affi. N".i. Ac., nml tak' ai Uncuvl.Hlsri at- tu'Vetls inn) olU-. r iiistriiiiieiitsot writiinr- Offiee in Vt Bank, Aitsju-f '-jvl.