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( V CANTON M jcTrOSS. Editor. EMMET -igitntott, Mississippi July I-iTU. 3emoceatic ticket. FOR PRESIDENT. JSAM'L. J. TIIiDEX, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. IHOS. A. HENDRICKS. OP INDIANA. BTATS ELECTORAL TICKET. Electors State at Large. .A. M West, Ethel Barksdalc. .Electors. First District J M Acker. JStcond District V C Faulkner. Third District W B Helm. fourth District VI II Hardy. Fifth District Robert N Miller. Sixth District Warren Cowan. o ,KOR CONGRESS, 4th DISTRICT, MON. O. B. SINGLETOX, .Or Madison. '.STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 8TATE AT LARGE. J Z George Ch'm; Geo Ii Potter -H M Street J D Vertncr W A Percy, E C Walthall. J1RST DISTRICT. W H H Tison Tbos B Sykes SECOND DISTRICT. Telix Labauve, Tbos W Harris THIRD DISTRICT. J A Binford A T Eoano FOURTH DISTRICT. ..Tno W Smith L A Campbell. FIFTH DISTRICT. .E Richardson J B Chrieman SIXTH DISTRICT. Ii W Magruder T V Xoland. A Kentackian married yorced wife of bis son. the di- The trial of Belknap still occu jiics the Senate. Poker Schenck is a guest of Tre mor W. Park, in Bennington, Yt. Samuel J. Tilden is a bachelor; ;bt while there is lite there is hope. It is reported that Sitting Bull "has whipped Col. Crook, killing jnany men. The Republican Stale Convention .of North Carolina, nominated Judge Settle for Governor. The bill repealing the Resump tion Act, with provisons preparing -the country for it, is ponding, with 'Jitt le prospect of action. (Grant's Indian peace policy in volves a great deal of sanguinary .fighting. Grant's honest Indian policy involves a groat doal of frost ily swindling. "Long looked for, come at last!" was Grant's inward ejaculation iwben he received the resignation of Bristow. Catch him appointing .another honest man if he knows it! fighting Joe Hooker writes a tatvong letter of congratulation to Gov. Tilden and thinks upon Til den w ill fall the honor of purifying Vthe Government. 'Twenty-five changes havo been nade in Grant's cabinet in the sev en years and four months he ba. 4een President a fact unparalleled jn tho history of the Government. Hon. H. D. Money ,in a postscript to a business letter from Washing- it on, says: "The propects for the s nc .cessof Tilden and Hendricks is hour Jy brightening we cannot fail. 'The position of chief of the spo cial Agents of the internal revenue office, vacant by the removal of Ya jyan, h s been filled by the appoint ment of Gen. F. D. Sowell, now an internal revenue supervisor. 3PhH StKatndAn thn h.rn nf tlia "liandful of his troops to be scalped in the far West, while he maintains Iheadfuartera at the Centennial, and tbegsto be turned .loose with the 4ulk of his command on the women nd children of tho South. Tbe Jackson Clarion has the fol- lowing: The Attornoy-Genoral has decid ed a qaeetion -submitted -to him to the effoetlhatthe President of the Registration does not go alone to caeb precinct to register voters, and (that this is a duty that must be dis charged by the Board or a majority aA its members. Mr. Foster, of the tenth Ohio dis trict, in tho House of Reprcseta Aive grew insolent, the other day, to Hon. Othe R. Singjeton, tho jjray-haireu representative of Mis sissippi. Mc. poster tailed Mr. -Singleton a liar. Within three m in aites betook back ihe igly -ojqile-4ive and apologised ! The Ropre entative of .the fuiirtii .listiiet is a nan of peace, but he know what Avar is, and it don't do to fool wi )i ixiakr-ykhil-Mrq Tribune. CALL OFF THE D03S OF WAR ! The recent massacre of United States troons by llio Indians in the iar West, mid the inmied.iito neces sity tor rc-ir.Iorceinciiis 10 ine nine. liaiullul under command ol liener al Terry, to say nothing of the claim, of the. slaughtered I'usler and his men, for vengeance, kIiouM induce President (irnnt to send all the troops now quartered in the Southern Stales to Dakota. There is no need for them where they now nre, there is need for, them where they now are not. So call them off and s-ond them where they can do some good. It the lives of the men who wear the. blue, and tramp to the music of the Union under tho star spanglod banner, nre not loss precious than tho lives of a few ly ing, thieving, radical politicians then call off tho dogs of war that arc at present quartered in the South to protect theso politicians in the perpetration of their rascalities. But if the lives of these politicians, if the lives of a few insolent, turbulent and intollcrant negroes nro moro precious in the eight of the Admin istration than the lives of .meriean soldiers, or tho honor of tho Amer ican flag, then let tho troops stay where they are, but let it be re membered that it is not more than five j-cars sinco President Grant ordered United States troops into Pennsylvania and New York to overawe tho people and prevent tham from the free exercise, of tho elective fran-. chisc; thai Governor Geary of Penn sylvania issued an indignant proc lamation, in which he declared that tho people of one of the thirteen original states would not submit to such an outrage, and warned tho Federal Administration that such an attempt would surely end in a col lision and be followed by blood shed ; that Gov. Hoffman of New York issued a similar proclamation, and followed it up by calling into active scrTico a large force of state troops. Public indignation was great; Grant withdrew the federal troops and Hoffman's Militia re mained masters of the situation. "Now, what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander." Kev York and Pennsylvania havo not one whit moro rights than Mis sissippi and ether Southern States, though by their actions Above men tioned, have furnished a precedent and examples the Southern States will not tail to follow or emulate if driven to desper ation by the determined purpose of the Administration to hand them over to the sword and bayonet in order to perpeluato Grantism, carpet-bag and wooly head rule. Referring to the new Military District, established""!)' order of General Auger, a district composed of bix parishes in Louisiana, and three counties in Mississippi, the Now Orleans Democrat says : Col. Brooks' instruction are to move to any point within his dis trict whenever it is in the interest of peace and order. It is a police force, nnder tho control and order of Packard, to dragoon Louisiana and Mississippi into the support of Radical rascals. There are now in Louisiana troops sufficient to wipe out the Indians. But the slaughter of gallant officers is of small importance compared to political necessities of tho Radi cal party. Packaid has at hand a force armed with improved weapons and Gatlin guns whenever he thinks proper to use them, and the Usur per, whenever he wishes to carry a point, has at bis command a Do Jrobriand of the army to thrust out of tins Legislature legally elected members. Wo call the attention of our rep resentatives in Congress to tho lat est military order. Let them lay it before Congress, and let them call npon the Secretary ot War for the reasons of this new military district, and let them ask for a re port of tho number of the rank and tile of the army, now in Louisiana for the ostensible purpose of keep ing the peace. EON. O.B. SINGLETON. We clip the following from the Ga zette of Washington City, and arc doubly gratified to know that Col. his late indisposition as to be able to bo out and at his post again, and to1, read the graceful compliment, of the Gazette, so well deserved too, to our distinguished fellow-citizen and Representative. Wc hope to see Col. Singleton at home in a few weeks, and believe that rest from his official labors and an occasional visit to the lakes and old Pearl would serve to fully restore- him to health and strength. It will bo crntifvinsr to the manv friends of Colonel Singleton to know that he is out atraiu, thon.-h still suffering. Tho constituents of Colonel Singleton arc to bo congrat ulated. A moro faithful sentinel could not bo placed in char e of their interests. Ever iircscn: and watchful, often scarce able t stand, but dutj' with him is sacred. K!o- ;ant in apncarancCjCoericoiis m.iiiaii- ncr, thoroughly conversant with parliamentary law he is one of the lightest ornaments of the l resent House. Tlio able manner in which the New York Times conducts tho ar gument, is thus : Uuring the war a hotel keeper in Davenport, lo'.vi, Ictf-Ited a wound soldier out of his house hecnifie u- l was selling ( Incago Tribunes con- tainiug an account of a Union vie- tol'V. The "liirht ho heard of the : ' nomination "I 1 liiininaU-d his Tilde hotel that from man root to j oflice. Would it not be just as fair ami honest to publish another paragraph about like this: ''louring the war Mosby was a Vjueriilla and killed a large number of Union soldiers, lie now endorses Hays and Wheeler." Here is wlttu the Chicago Times has to say of Grant's now Postmas-ter-tiei:eral, a small potato politi cian from Indiana, appointed at the suggestion and to suit the views of Moxa Morton : Whether Tyner, who is an Indi ana political lraud, was appointed in Jewell's place lor effect in tho Ifootuer State or not is practically of little consequence. However corrupt a rascal Tyner may be and there is reason to believe that ho is considerable iu that respect his promotion, vice Jewell, to ihe head of the department will hardly affect a vote in Indiana beyond the immediate members of the Tyner family. General Grant has scored another run for his family. Col. Fred. Grant has just been promoted to a firstlieutenacy in the Fourth cavalry but while this cruel Indian war hat been riiging the young gentleman, who is a member of Sheridan's staff, has been luxuriously loafing at Washington. Col Fred was one ol the original explorers of the Yellow stone river last j'ear, and ho knows a good deal about the Indian cou ntry adjacent to that stream, his ser vices would be especially valuable to the country at this critical period. Frederick, bu.-kle o.. t -ine armor. That hypocritical thief, Gen. O. O. Howard, has written for tho At lantic Monthly his "Personal Rec ollections after the Buttle of Chat tanooga," whereupon the Chicago Times is moved to remark : This is another instanco of the frequent incapacity of good writors to advantageously select their own subjects. Had ho given his person al recollections ot the Freedman's Bureau and the bank which there unto appertained, ho would havo secured for his efforts a widespread attontion which no other work of his could possibly attain. Tho offieo of Sheriff of Madison conn'v will shortly be vacant. R. J. Ross, Esq , the present incum bent has tendered his resignation, to take effect after the next meet ing of the BoarJ of Supervisors, first Monday in August. Capt. Ross is a most estimable gcntlcnir.n and has made an excellent and efficient officer. He has discharged his duty faithfully-, without fear or favor; has been universally kind and obliging, thereby winning the good will and estimation of every class and race of our people. He is a northern man, yes, if you choose, a carpet-bagger, but one of that class who, is an honor to a community, and for moro of whom wo might well wish. In leaving tho office he will carry with bun the kindliest wishes of all right thinking men and his presence and attentive of fices will bo often missed. Success to yon Captain, wherever your lot may bo cast. This much for the outgoing in-' cuiubent, now a word or two to the ninety and nine aspirants for the position, ths eager multitude who arc anxious to take an inven tory of their popularity and the liliputifin task of making a 860,000, bond. Let your lights bhine, it will only cost you teu dollars to notify your fellow-citizens that you desire their suffrages and tho emoluments of the Sheriff's office. Send in your announcement with the money and let us run your name up at our mast head along with those of Tildon and Hendricks and Singleton. There is nothing like being in good com pany, nothing like being on the winning side. No one doubts that Tildon and Hendricks will bo elect ed. As for Col. Singleton tho mat- tor is settled, bo is elected now So, do not hesitate to join the band of successful caudidatcs,thcre is ev erything in getting a good start because they did not let their friends know they wanted office, or put off telling them until those friends had committed themselves to some other candidate. Come up at once, we want to serve you, we want to see all of you got the office and last and not least we want your ten dollars. 0V1SB THE STATE. Tho sixty-nine Deniocatic news papers of this State are supporting mi; oi lAiHis nominees. Col. V. JO. Hooker was nominated by acclainalioii for Congress, at Magnolia, a compliment well deserv ed. Jlo is a noble specimen of a gentleman. Winona Advance: Mrs. Greer, near Poplar C'rcok while milking a cow was kicked over and tho hoot of the cow .striking her on tho neck com pletely cut her throat. She died im mcdialeby. Winona Advance: Jo. Garret, living near the same neighborhood, shot himself dangerously while attempt ing to put his gun in the rack over his door. Xatchcz hetnoerat: Tho spikes for the Xalchez, Jackson and Colum-1 bus Cnilroad ore now on 1 1 - wharf. I Tin' passenger coach, .flnt cars and j the linlance ot the iron is poet ed to arrive until next I lie boat on which lliev wor not ex week . :t.- shipped did We not 1 1 ICS! leave lay. St. !iui.s until la Lexington Advertiser: In lsl',7 we think it was, 1!. S. Clark. emu moiily Unmvn as "Sim. t'iark" :i younjx man ot Attala conisiy, sliii j and killed another yimn; man ol j the same county, name I Win. l''ov. at the town of Goodman, Holmes: county, ('lark made his escape at the time, ami remained away until last Saturday, when he was hrouidii here and delivered to the Sheriff by C A. lloyd, Mardial ot tho town ol Goodman. It appears that Fov's friends up on hearing that the fugitive was at McKinuey, in the State of Texas, procured a reqnisi tion from (govern or Stone, upon tho Governor ol Tex as, and that under such requisition Israel Pit-kens, a Texas Sheriff, and another man, a brother of the deceas ed Foy, brought Clark from Texas to Goodman, where they .'topped and rested while Boyd brought their prisoner here, as before stated. The Grand 'Jury found a true bill for murder, soon after the transac tion took place, and th- case has been passed from court to court, be cause of the absenco of ti e defendant. MeComh Citv Intcliirenocr We are pained to announce the death, on eilnes. lay last, ot Mr. .I. '.'.n.iie Greener, brother of our town men Nic and James Greener. '1 he particu lars of his death, as far as we can learn, arc as follows: Mr. G. was a i engineer on the Jlemphts an I l,ouis villi Railroad, and on the day of Ins death was running an engine on the lower or Memphis division of that road. While iho engine was in m tion he went forward on the lo-onio live for the purpose of oiling it an I while engaged, bis foot slipped and he fell oil -ctly in front, and was killed. His remains were taken to Water Valley, the home of his wid owed mother. Johnnie was a whole souled, generous young man, and had many warm friends in this com nittiitty who mourn his untimely end Wo tender to his bereaved mother and brothers our heartfelt sym .iithy. Vicksl'Urg Tribttn : V verj lamen table and fatal shooting diihVulty oceureil at Mackville, on the Sun flower river, Saturday last. Edward E. Hiidc.a young man nineteen years of age, and Henry Shroeder, about three years older had been intimate friends tor somo time and almost constantly together. Saturday they quarrelled about some trival matter, so our information runs ,whcn Shro eder gave the lie to IIude,an l threat ened to shoot him if ho did not ret tract somo remark he hail made, llude informed Shroeder that ho would give any honorable satisfac tion reqnirod. The two then separat ed, nnd later in the day Hude dr-.vu to Schroedcr's house in a bugg- .an I as Hude alighted appeared wi;ii a doublo-barrcl shot gun and shot him dead onroeuer was arrciou, an j a coroner s livrv suiiiinoned to sit upon the body of the uulorti.ii.no boy. The jury returned a verdict m accordance with the above lac;s, and ; - . j".,.. l iM ' -p.,-.. ,i:.ip i. ir!mge a tSchroeder was loilod in ja I upon V , .-,i. Teei. ix will :i l.--aud ai : S nub's a charge of inanslaiiijhtcr. T ie pa ; set o..!h-.u-c and an t-tix-:orn oi said dis renls of vouiiif llude reside in this l. e l wi. I v .n-tii. iv.it. i. i,;..,o..ir -e... n ';..L - - burg boy. The Insurgent Region. A glanco at any good map of Tur- L-pu in F.iirono will show that the area of insurrection of the isclav- I ouic population now iu arms against the Turks is bounded on the north by thi Danube and one of its main tributaries, the Save, and on tho east by tho Gulf of Venice, from which it is only separated by a narrow belt of land, comprising part of Dalma tia an t the small province of ('alia r, both belonging to Austria. Jlerze goviua, where the revolt first broke out, is within the pashawlic of Jios uia It is a strongly defensive, montainous country, traversed l.y brauches of Danune and Julian Alps. Mounte negro' on the borders ot Her zegovina, form a part ol ihe high land of Albana. The territory is described as a succession of high, rugged limestone ridges, di .-ersitied here and thero by lofty peaks, and in some places, looking like a sea of immense waves turned into stone. Servia adjoins Bosnia on the cast, and is divided from Austria on the north by the Danube. The popula tion of Bosnia, taking in the whole pashawlic, may be 6et down at about 850,000 ot Sorvia, at 150,000; ot Montenegro, at 100,000. All are tributary to tho I'orle; hut Servia and Montenegro are quaxi independ ent principalities, acknowledging the suzeranity of the Porte, but gov erned by princes of tho their own choice. Servia has made great pro gress of late. She has a consli' utiou, a national assembly, (sijt led the 'Skuptchina,") universal .suffrage, freeschools with compulsory attend , 11 -je"S i MM' M.lt..M. u ance..a.nu,.ivo,ii"Jwiii.) () J lUg whole, ought to makegoo l fighting material. wihtwoeth female college, llUOOKIIAVE.y. BUSS. On the Xew Orleans, St. Louis & Chicago Itailroail. 128 JJiles from Xew Origins, WILL RE-OPEN SEPTEHISKR 27, 76 Xuielier of Teachers 14 Nunihcrof I upils last Tel in Xinnher of Musie Pupils i;4 t'hari'cs. low. Uressis reiiuircd to he plain. English Text-hooks, t 'opv-hnoks and Slates also Medicines and Medical attention furnished without extra charge Maps, Charts, Apparatus all the app'li enees ot a first class f'olleire are in con stant use" No college furnishes hctter advantages, ForCiitalosruc. address 7.-3J II. F. JOHXSOX, President. X. V. Corner Court Sipiare. JOHNNY WOHNER, Proprietor. Keeps constantly o:i hand the In-st of AVincs, I.iiUirs clc. Also choicest hrauds of Domestic ttuil iiuporleil Cigars I'lesl, time- MilM.utl, cc iiicr on lan at II . -i i- KEV ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice to Bridge Builders. rnl' are hcivl.y notilicd that tlm rr i p.iir- to t-i'c across Hear reck , tit lie I nTo: a 1 1-1 Mrtlcy road. ( in-.-ifel !...-!: i will let l.i li-c Icrt e-T bidder al auction hei'i. n- the t 'ntirl house do.r m ihe e'uy ..t an'o: aliirday . I 1 1 v 'J'.i'h . 1 . !.-V'i. ai 1 2 o'.-io.-l in., aee u-.ltng to tin- 'el) iuir i-ife-.itions. vi. : ".l - I i pel-. 2 x inches. '1 it !iai' ." lo tiie -jtaa. New eovi rii g lor bridge 1 x li niches. Hi led Nuig. I.cimili ol hridj'c so led tl lumber to tie ot ;oih1 he.irr pine. The work io he done ill a eooil workmanlike manner, and com;. Id. -d by the tirst Mnn-d.-iv of September next. .1. M. l.'H II AISMS. Member of ISM of .Sup'vs .Madison Co.. Sli.-s. li-lrict No. 1. Notice to Briclgo Builders. -T")t arc hereby notified that the 1. repair- to bridge aeroiis Hear 'reek . ii t'anlon and Livingston itoad will be let to the lowest, bidder at auction before the Courthouse door ill tin; city of t'an- mi Saturday, .lulv 2:ilh A. I. Is7i'.. at 12 o'clock m., according to ihe Inflowing sneeilieaiion, viz: ounncncmg at eu.-t red ol Trus 1. 1st bmch : feet high S X 10 Inches. 2d " 5 " S x 10 (III a " " S X ill Sth " T, "NX III ll;h ' " 8 X III i ith r,j s x in The benches lo In well b.aecd. (i cap .-ills lor same SX"2 In. Hi teet long. 8 slee pers, 3X12 inches. 20 li-et long lor main liciich mi creek. J he mud silN to benches arc suppos. d to he sound. Old covering over main creek 2 span to tie lakfii up and new put on. and spiked with 4i inch spikes 4 spikes loca.-h plank, cov- riiijs to he furnished by county, and ibn old covering to be used iu repairing the luhniee of trussel liiidgi. Said work to be done i u a workmanlike manner and to be oinplcted by the lirst Monday of Scp- t... .!.. nevt .I.J. II IIAKUS. Member of lioard ot supervisors Jst lis- iricl Madison Comity. Registration Notice. Can I ox. Miss.. July !7th ISTti. ii iriuant to the provisions of an Act ot the Legislature to provide lor the regis tration of voters, amending and ri'pcal ing the laws rcl iting tln;t and for oilier piup-si;s, anp: ov.-d April 7th l!7 i.-' the imd r-igued" I, .ar i of U jgisirars for 111 eoanl yot Madi--oti tiit, aad alter taking Ihe oatli prescrilicd. orguni "! by the elect inn of Win. V. Dancy, I're-iileiit ol said lioard. Tin; Hoard then proceeded, in noenr danee with Ihe above mentioned Act. to divide the Su'jei visors' ilistriel of said coiiuiy into "eleetiouihstriets" as follows, to-vi: SLfEltVISOlt's DisnttcT so I. Klcclinii IMstriet N':. 1, will comprise ah tlie territory of said napcrvisor's is tl icl Xo. 1. lyingeasf of the New Olit ans. St. Louis & Chicago Kailroi l. except the west war.l of the iity of t-.iuton. which .-ild west ward is allotted to rJiK-tion IHslriet No. a. The box will In- ioeain. at Ihe Coiirlliouse at t antou. and ttir electors of said ihstrict. will vow theieai. Klection IMstriet Xo. 2. will co.npri.- all the lerrilory west of the New Orleans. St. Louis. & Chicag.) ISailroa l and the west ward of Ihe city of Canton. The box will Ik- loeited at the M.isoaic II .il. ill the w-i a .1-1 of t'le ciy of Canton and tie el itois of said district will Vote thereat si rum . voits nisriiicr no. 2. Kb. -lion ii;ri.-t Xo. 1, will comprise all iii leiTllory !n Township S anil ! iJ i.ige I west ; logelhcr with sections a5. 1 iii. .it, y." and :;U of Township S). Lange 2 hr locatcii ai ., t.,,,.,ors . ,itriet will th. r.hc.io.i District . 2. win oinri.-t all tin; tcrnMry i i Town-h-p . il.inge ! si iT.n i-.it:;"s ii-tkict xo. 3. K'eetiou District X . 1. will comprise nil the tcr. iloi'i iu 'i'i..viiship. 7. 1! nigc 1. 2 and IS east, together with si-citons ..1 x:.d :2 of Toaiishin . I'ange 2 Ivi-I. lie box will he located at .Madison Mation. ! mid all electors of said di-tnct will voir thereat Klcelion IWr..tNu. 2. will comprise all the territory lit J o n-nip !. I,.iuc I est. and that part of Tmvii-hip S. Kauge 2 eat ivinjr wcs. of -New tdlcaiis, tit. Louis A: Jhifao It lilro-nl. exi?pL S'e- lions ;tl and in t'liwu.slup S, K.iu,e 2 Kast, alloltil lo Madison Station. The hex will he located at Livingston and all electors ot said district will vo'e thcical. r,lci tiitu l..-trict Xo. 3. will c.ini;:-ie al! that p iri of Tow siii;i s, Il.ume 2 Kast lying ca-l ol the W w Orleans. St. I.oni-i ii ' liicao U.ii'r.'til. logclh'-r i.h Town- ship ti, llanc ii K.isl. The hox will he locatiil at .MadiMiuillle mid all i lectors iu s:. ill district will vote then at. SI'l-KUVI-SOKS OlSTKll 'r No. 4. Khelion listrict No. 1. will troinpriii all the territory in Towiiship-i S. U and 10 liau'i 4 KasL The hox win he hstateil at hharon and all the electors in said dis trict will voe thereat. Klcelion District Xo. 2, will comprise all ot tint territory in 2wnship 'J and 10. lfuiigi'5 east. The hox Will lie lo-Mte.l n .Sulphur Springs, and all llir elcciors iu said district will vote thereat. st'i-KKVis; it's Disr:tii.T xo. Election District t. 1. will eonipri-e all the territory iu Township 1 1 and '2. 1'aiies 4 and 5 east. The hox will he lo cated at. Cam-leu. and all the electors of paid district will votr thereat. Klection District No. 2. wtl! iron: prise all Ihe territory in Township 11 and 12. U.uie 3 east. The hox wi'.l h located at and alt ihe elec tors of said district will vote tin reat. The book w ill he opened hv the Board for the registration ol the ule'eors ol the coi.nty of .Maill-on, at the lolluwiiig tini-s and plaes, viz : Ca:.tou. Aug. 14, 15. tti, i7 and IS. Livingston. Aug. 21.22 uud 23. Madison Station. Au-. 24. -.'." and 2 j. Vernon, Aug. 2, 'SO and ol- Smith's St-hoolhniise, S- it, I and 2. Mndisouvide, Sept. 5. ti.nlid . , Shnroii. Sept. II, 12 and 3 t'amdn,:pv;'fs.vilV)t111',i,o0 nT.l IK' ."-Jt. 21. 22 and 2.1. . The full Hoard will also nu-et at the Courthouse, in Canton on Oct. :!lst. and continue in session for riv ttoiisj-ciuive i lavs lot Ihe purpose of enrolling any who limy have omitted to register. Irniii any part of the county, of hariug com plaints, correcting errors, dr., iu ihe reg istration when any or all interested lli.tn iu may attend. Wm. t D.ivcv, ) 1. P. Mo.MiiiiMKKv, I- Ifegistrars Ai.khkd IIaxdv, j X. It. We ilivile sncchd nllenlioii in tlie lollowing provisions ol' the llcgisnii lioii Law : 1st. The county lieiug ilivi I ed into "election disti icls.:' eacn elector or voicr iiiu-t rcgi-t. r and vote .ilone in I his own el.-ctioii district" find precinct I designated therein. 2 I. - Each applicant I tor registration is rcq tired lo s.aie upon j oani i lie part o! I lie "election district " in which he resides. Wm. I". Daxcy, Prrs. ITKtlM the undersigned li ve miles we-t of Canton, on the 0th iust., A LA It HE DARK ISA V POK.SEMlI.i:, about !) vcars old. hraiidcd with a letter 1) on Ihe left shoulder, and lias white spots on the hack. A lihcra! reward will he paid for his return lo U. ililler .V Co.. iu Canton, or to i 7 l.V-Jt W. II. I.AVKXI'KU. I A Ct)MFOi:TAIII.i; dwelling on I -cnlcr sirect. i'os-ciou "iven i n- llieillaleh all I ti l 111.- t-a.-v. Appl'.' lo J "a it t:'K INSURANCE! - Pi'otcct your raios- Protect yoixr nnfUfiO Protect y37-:$-' iv-tSiJlTT CHARLES HANDY'S General Agency AND SECURING A FOLICY AT 0NCS. XOXK IUT FlUST-CbASi t O.MI'ANIKS UKl'KESKX'l Kl. U'rTiX.Xx-rx 37"Xx'o O mxed in Organ :-.. I iu I:!:. HP-lxivtox-r in. CO. oi iviompnis ?s?nefore Intirin; elsewhere call at this Agency. Ad vice aiul gfiier.il int'.iriii:itiiii uivon nil I nsnivi nc nr.-tters without charge. J'lviniutns i;iiil nn policies and money nd vanceil on same. IJJCsr'-Iieineiii Ier 'f" t ; J . i : MOORE OK Livery, Feed, Sale and Commission Stable, IVace St.. Ie;uce & Mill's oltl stitnd, CANTON, : : : : : Mississippi Buggies, Hack3 ar.r: Saddle Horsss Furn'shed at ReasonablelRates. J0 3El3 JEZ. S3 CASK. 3 ! 12: A A . - - . . - : 1 t -1 7? ui 2rr-.7'- n?j r- 5 X ? 7-- I i I " ZA ' i'--.io -'. ii l r. oO i"-A ,? CI O 7 : .-'----' rn S" 'i Vn;V' I )rv'i y GiXt L-.UiL.lt I. it .nl L-. BANKING AND INSURANCE OFFICE HARLES HAIOY. (Foiniriiii.Y Approved Paper Discounted at Reasonable Ete. Bills of Exchange drawn on principal cities of the TTn ted States. Gold and Silver benght and sold at Current Prices. Collsctions Made on all Points Throughout the Country, and Prompt Returns for Same. Xo charge made lor collections in Canton, t Vrtificates of L)ejiosit issued issued anil leposits received. Hall's Inwrovad "2ur lar Clisst" is used at this Bank, thus affording Psrfoct Ssculitj. Canton, riwssirasssippi. TT- WW t H lily II 1 I llll ill ll l1'"lfWITT MEflBEKBHBGiSEnanaaEMDlMBSSBTXB COTTON XJX UDBSE3. WF. 1XVITB AN INsrWTIOS OF TIIE NISI JET WROUGHT IRON PRESS, from all in i.eed pf one. These ; I'n fM sar PULXiT OTT A XI A.-JST TEED! One of the old Standard Pres.cs. We can produi-c tcsdiuoiiials in its hchalf from nil part.- if the country. 5 "J7-5 J. M. M. KOHIiSIAir, SOUTH SIDE COURT. SQUARE. DEALBU IX Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, Hats Boots and Shoes. FAMILY AND Havinjr )urcli.-iscl tlie entire stock of merchandise of tlie late tirm of I). A. Maver & Co., I offer tlie same to tlie pub lic at cost for cash. I resnectfull v ask an examination of n tv goods and trices, confident, that I will receive liberal lati-ono;e from the trading T. T. SINlil.KTOX. K. II. IMMI llKI.I.. Singleton & Campbell, ATTORNEYS-AT- LAW, CANTON, MISS. Wll.I. prat-lice in all lhc 'ourts of Mad ison ami adjoiuiii: eouniics. mil special altcnlioii icii lo haukriipt uiallcrs hi the Federal Court at Jackson. 12 IS-v JOS E Pii BG EHS IG , CGOT AND SHOE MAKER t'KXTKU sti;i;:-t Tarce Doors East of Post-office. Ucli.tll iux l. vi'i illeil wild .Veil I- i less anil lnsf.u :i. Ins. Co., CALDWELL, HAHDE YANOELL & MAXWELL. K 1ST SlOK t "OUICT Slr.MiK. Ciinion, - - Miss.. I Valors ill SUpbt FaaeyDryaoodi Ladies &. Gents Shoes, TJtO., etc. C A;':vrs nut : Ke :-p'3 Pats It P.irtly Ma de A I Of WIXTKIi'S HANK.) OAXTO.N, MISS! (cncriil I Istsilci ligr 1 JiissiiiO!si. STADEKER & SON", Agents. ALSO PLANTATION SUPPLIES. public. M. M. KOIILMAN. Contractor and Builder, Canton, IisJ. Will contract for building eilln r in cily or country. All kinds of huildiii ma terial furnished on short notice. D3.S HOLMES & SMITH, J i KS I J K X T I ) EX TI .ST.S. Ollice I'p Sl.iirs. aiijoiiiin-r Mosliy iS. i 'o.'s dru" store. 'I'.-. -ill etiMctcd without pain. Ti ruis i-.u-h out uuHieratCi ,tfjr Ail ttorii u'.uiiliitccd, I '-- " ST. JAMES HOTEL . Mgazixe Ft., Ect. Gravier and Natchez Alley, Xevv -ilcsi,tiM, I Tei'jiis, only -2.r0 ivr Daw. Thoi Highly renovated anil repainted, with new furniture and carpets through out. Situated in the very center of the busi ness portion ol ihe eiiy. I'ude the iiKiiwigcmeuf- of competent and alt tivr Southern gentlemen. A per fm rale less llun any othurllrH class ho 1 in the country. IS. K. lilVKiiS & CO., 10 2 I'riM.rictors. fi. G. COFFY, P1IAGTICAX. Watchmaker and Jeweler, :iler in East Side Squark. Canton, - - - Misc. Ih iiair iii"-and ailiiisiiii" Fine Viiicli a sjieeialty, 1030 3VE- "WOKNER, I-Boot and Shoe Maker, C AUTOS, J.S.S'. Root? and shoes warranted anil a lit .guaranteed . C5?"siiioi one door wrsf or Merch.ints xehane. .T'lm Handy, .ttorxxey - at - Law, Canton, Mlua- BfjrOlli.' store. oTr Tiinst-ill & 1 land vi 4f.Ji--2 E. CERF & CO. (Aiicecssors to S. I.OEIt X t 'O.) N... 7 tiiHKirry st, Dfll!K In eall the attention of their Inc ttds and the pnhlie treucrally le their complete stock ol BR Y -0COBS, GROCERIES ami Gent's Furnishing Goods,' t'oii.-isthi in Mrt of PIMXTS. DiTKSS UIMHW. KMKSTIPS, H..X.r.t.N. lioslKiiV FAXCV tiOOW.S. " MEX. YOl'TlI & HOYS' t'l.t ITIIIXO, ltOOTS. SHOr-S, HATS, KI.OUK. MKAU HAMS. BA t)X, SltiAK. t 'OFFICE. MOl.ASSKS. SALT. AXt sh::i.f & caxxkii t.iois. All of which they iiriMwv-e sa iling oi. a small margin for cash. Hive thcin it mil. 4 Ill-tii hTe g n aSp a!;Tf7ch3T el CHICVCiO, of the Lnr'raf, ' ArrnHiril. Km. V in I tit ti lull (I auA mutt KlifinMllii Fmr- ui'litd litltiU in tin- II or if, havini; Mearly lilHI Homns. -2IK) with Baths. Has nil the dill'erent safev'iiards against lire, which nukes it PIJACTItJA I.I.Y ' FIHK PKOOF. With a frnntatre of over l.tVl feet south mill east, makes it the most le sirahle Hotel in Chii.-ii'o for either transi ent or iernia!iMiit quests. Prices, $:5, $..:U. $4, $4.50 and $5, Ocloher !), 175. PEABODY HOUSE, - Comer of Locust and Ninth Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. CMiiveuicnt to all places of amusement ami and ear lim s iu Ihe city. X ehnnges to aiidlroni ihe Cfi.tciuiial prrounds. Col. Watson, projiriutor ot Iho Henry House, Cincinnati tor the past twenty year, and present iiroprietor. has leased thu Imiiso for a term of years, mid has newly furnished and lilted it ll,rtiunhnt. lie will keep a Btrielly lir.,I-cln-s house, and lias-aeeoiiimodation lor AM jtuests. Terms milv ;3 per day. Col. Wa'tson U n native of Vlrini. anil prohahly the only llnte Proprietor in Philadelphia from the South. JAMES WATSON, Proprietor. NASHVILLE ANI TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE. rpiIE Clteapt'sf ami I '.est Col- 1 Ic-cs ill III" South. Colll-sc of stlldv short, practical. llii.rii;li the thins needed by business men. The I.c'liaiiiiu l.iisincss ( 'ollc.!'e and Tc- cyraph lustiliile have Iwen united Willi the a'lHive collet's at Na-diville. Thesu are n.iw THE I.K.4U!J I OI.I.EUES. Kvervtlilut; pcriamliif.' to I tie Commercial Course, together with I elcraphy, taught practical ly by evM'riencisl iiistruclors. This is the' place toj-t llii.-iness Kd-ui-itioii. Scud for Collre .lourual to THOMAS TOXKY. 17-1S3 Nashville. I'cnll. The Medical Department OK THK UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, NEW ORLEANS. 1A , Allonls iiusiirpii.-scil Hospital ailvau tajjes f-r 'he study of Medicines and Sur vrcrv. ami lor I'l ai lical Anatoinv. an it The rejoil.ir Sc.i..,! will hr-yiu Nw. Uth Jtiti. S-iid f ir i ':ici.l.ir's to 'I', ti. Klcll AROsON, Dq.