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AJ3E RDEEN Thursday, April 3, 1879 Ch.'caqo, April 2, At 1:30 this morning tho returns give Harrison, the Democrutic candidate for Mavor, 22.356, Wright Republican, 19,003 ; Schmidt, Socialiat, about 8,500. Tho whole city Democratic ticket is elected by majorities raDgiitg from 3,500 to 4.500. The vote on alder slum cannot be given, but tho Social ists will elect aeveral. There are about 20 precincts yot to hear from. London, April 2. A dispatch from Tushkond, Turkestan, says that ad vices received by Gen. Kaufman from tlie Governor of Samarkand, an nounces that the English government lias made preparations for placing AVali Mohammed, cousin of the late Ameer, on the Afghan throne in place of Yakoob Khan. It appears that Ali, left Cabul and passed over into tho English camp. Wali Mo hammed always entertained friendly feelings to England. In 1873, Dur ing Lord Northbrook's administra tion, when an attempt was made to changs Shere Ali's attitude towards England, Wali MohammoJ was the An.ecr's prime minister. The under standing then arrived at lasted only a very short time. Shore Ali broke loose from the English restraint and Wali, who had espoused the English cnuso, was compelled to floe from Cabul and with the English residents, to seek refuge in Indian territory. A second item of intelligence is to the effect that the tribe of the Afridis re cently captured on the road from Pishawur to Jollolabad 700 English soldiers who were ransomed for the sum of 30,000 by the Viceroy. The Afridis occupy a territory sonth of the Khyber pass, the centre of their district being only twenty-three miles from Peshawur. Tho Governor of Samarkand also Announces tp Gen. Kaufman that Ynkoob Khan is about to sand a fresh embassy to Tashkend. A dispatch from Jellalabad states that a squadron of the Tenth Fuss ears while crossing tho river at that place last night were carried away by the swift current and sixty of them drowned. Proceeding In Congress. TVAsniNGTOH April 1. Tho Senate passed the Senate bill appropriating two hundred thousand dollars for the construction of a steel vessel to be used for the disinfection of vessels and cargoes coming from ports sup posed to be infected with yellow fever and other contagious diseases. The Senate to day confirmed the following nominations: Francis A. Walker of Connecticut, to be Supers intendent of the Census; Doctors Stephen Smith of Kentucky, and F. II. Verd of Washington D. O., to bo members of the National Board of Health. The dobt statement issued to-day shows an increase of the debt for March of 89,272,417. In tho houso Muldow of Mississippi expressed his astonishment at the eans employed toy the eontleman question between freedom and das potiam the Democratic party will be found standing where our ancestors stood in 1876. Conger of Michigan. I desire to ask the gentleman from Mississippi whether the second revolution of 1861 had any terrors for him? Chalmers. Tho distinguished gen tleman is exceedingly witty. History tolls us that English Kings were in tho habit of keeping jesters at court with the fool's cap and bells. It seems that a Republican Congress has supplied itself in the same man ner i laughter but instead of the fool's cap and jingling bells, which might perhaps, suit very well, it has dressed its jester in swallow tails. Loud laughter on Democratic side. Conger I asked tho heroic gentle man from Mississippi a plain, civil, simple question and instead of an swering it he jumps upon his music box and makes grimaces to the coun try and the house. Counter demon rations on the Republican side, mem bers clapping their hands and indul ging in loud laughter for a consider able time Chalmers The gentloman is mis taken. I shall certainly not undor take to play a game which any mon -key can beat me at. Lunghtor on the Democratic side. Voices I the Night. When bedtime comes, mid curtains fall, And round I go the doors to lock, Ere lamps go out my wife doth call, "Eemember, dear, to wind tho clock" When boots are off and for tho day All irksome cares seem put to route I hear wife's voice from dream laud say, "Be sure you put tho kitten out." When Btrctclied between the sheet, I lio, And heavy lids have censed to wink, From trundle-bed there comes a cry, 'I want a dwink! I want a dwink!" Exchange "Tho habit of indulging in ardent spirits by mon in office, has occas ioned more injury to the publio than all other causes. And were I to commence my administration again with the experience I now have, the first question I would ask res pecting a candidate would be 'does he use ardent spirits?' " Jefferson. The Methodist Church owns more property than any other denomination in tho Union, that sect having 809, 854,191 invested in churches. To Boot unit Mioo Dealer After ft successful career of eight years in the wholesale boot and shoe business, Messrs Butcliffb t Owek, No. 287, Main St., Louisville, Ky., have adopted the cash system. They have tho capi tol to bny exclusively for cash and get bottom prices. They sell for cash on ly, making no bad debts. They offer the beet quality of fine, custom-made work, down to medium and low priced goods, at 10 to 15 per cent, less than credit houses, and offer advantages not afforded by nny houses that either bny -jr sell on credit. They have a residout buyer in Boston and go east a number of times themselves during the year, willing auvauuigo ot every opportumt to purchase at low prices, and alwa; getting tlie largest percent, oil forhea puronases and lor easu down, cash price list, which thev will dealers on application, speakR sou. i: gives agnreg that misunderstood. Tnoy casu system invariubly, ikdhiX mmMk H It w itMfiMM Mammoth Clothing house! I6.I8&20. mmmm fete K COUNTRY MERCHANTS J1JYD IJYDiriDtr.IL, BITYEIUS Please take notice that we bate on hand and are stilt receiving the largest stock of AHD GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Ever offered in Mobile. Our stock is FRESH, and has been re cently manufactured in New York by our Mr. 31. P. LEVY (in person) who has taken advantage of the sudden decline in Goods, thereby enabling ns to offer to onr custom ers and the public generally THE VERY BEST GOODS it prices LOWER than ever offered before. Onr CLOTIIIXti is of SU PERIOR CUT, WELL HADE and BETTER TRIMMED than any other offered in the MOBILE MARKET. Seoinpf is believing, therefore come and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, and you will be convinced that we have the Sftock of Clothing in the city, at prices that defy competition and will satisfy the closest buyer. One Price Only, and that Lowei than the Lowest ! All Goods Warranted as Represented, or Money Refunded !!! 3 w II mm i ft 4 m r ra.,. COTTON FACTORS. W. H. GARDNER, U. G at E S P I E 7f R AN K T. C 0 P P UHTll, ,Giffil,GIIffiPeCO, COTTON FACTORS N. K. cor. Commerce and St. Michael Sts, MOBILE. Wo. 50 Union Stru. August 11, 1S78. COTTOff BUYERS. Cotton for Shipment WHICH will be hold in Mat Us a reasona ble time if desired. Cotton Bought, At Highest Market Prices. B. R. HOWARD. Aberdeen, Oot 12tk. EDUCATIONAL. Milligan Institute A HIGH SCHOOL. For Boys and Girls. Saltillo, Mississippi. B. F. MANIRE, Principal. MISS NONA E. MANIRE, Teaoher of Miuio. THIRD SCHOLASTIC YEAR. The Kali term wil begin Monday, Septem ber 3UUi, 1878. Tuition ....f.'.OO to tS.OO ner month. Muflic, ineluding uso ofimtruiueut tfM0 Iioard in fumiliea (10.00 For partionlnrn, apply to the Principal. August II, 1878. MILLINERY Berlin Zephyr, Etc. Mine. Eosa Reynoir, No. 9 Chartrce Street, (near Canal) jYEir ORLEANS, lirga to inform her numer ous patrons, and the ladies in , general, that she has return- ritOi? ESSIONA L CARDS ATTORNEY AT 1-W ARBBDKEN, M3- Surging partner of t "" ftim of Dow & Dowd. Prompt attention given to all business intrust'' 10 llm' t - w W9. y. M. ROGERS, ABERDEEN, - - MISSISSIPPI. Office in the Sirli Building. n17. GEO. C. PAINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ABERDEEN, MISS. Will practice In all of the Courts of this county and district. Collections solicttodr and prompt attention given to ali busine entrusted to him. OIHue with Hon. J. M. Acker. nil, Cm. THOS. A. SALE, LAW, ABERDEEN', ... MISSISSIPPI. BAU'L J. UROLRON. ROU'T B. BOUHTOll. GHOLSON& HOUSTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. ABERDEEN, MI9S. Willprftntlcfiln all tli TottTtn In tho First cial ami Chaiirnrv OlHtrtctw, Supremo Court at tUckxon, and Unitixl States Court at Oxford, Ml8. Promt aitntlon given to tlie collect! it of claim In all portion? oi' the State, anl Real Eitate bought ami sold. J30,m. JNO. B. WALTON .T LAW Aberdeen, Mississippi WIIjL praotiee in the Federal and Tnrious Circuit and ('lutncery Ciuirtfioi'this Stn.te. Office at No 41 Commerce Street m'J3.1y. MEDICAL AND DENTAL. DR. K. S. MOFFAT, x xx jxr ist, ABERDEEN, - MISSISSIPM. Would be pleased to reoeivo calls from those desiring work in his lino. Kefercnces given when dt sired. Oftfco at his residvnee in the Buckingham house. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. August 11. 1878. Jr. STSEVIER, 4 , yifMc tSuccunn to It. V. PIERCE, .V. D. Bit R. V. PIERCE, ImvlliK sraiilliwl a worM-10e rPDiitnllon In tlie treatment at Cliroiilc , Miiillln In a nrnrcMlonnl btislneu rr excoBllnn ln.ll'l.lnal ililllty to conilurt. Homo jrcar. ir.i liiilucedw!Terat nwUeleiitlwiwn toaioeinito'iiB Mlve with him, M Hie Taeilltr of the V in 1' ' 1 l IH,nnry, the O.n.nltliijr t'P"'.1""'"1: SU'Sri? ilnce liien nnrpfeil will, tlie INV AUIW IIOTF.U Tim erininlsiillun Bss been roniilet'l "'Ij.11'.''''!"' tstefl iimler the name anil rtyl of Wor d'. ntapLn. Mrr Madrnl ibmlatl Willi the rollowlnn uinuuit: lion. It. V.Tlinat, iTe ! I''n-'. V- p'." JMO. K. l'lKlU K, Src. I.K8TKK It. SMITH, IV.ilt. kise pirrsiciAN and itbceon of mi- anine iitnl "till have I"1 clioaen a lianilly. vnunNiu lISl:Aiir.orall rnrmaemiienlUimtlia nrnTlncn of our ii-vitral .wclaltli'B. PI4n nlSKBE8.-TM illvUlon of practice Is very alily managed by gentleman of malum Jii'lg niebt aiul skill" Briiiiehlalrhronl. ami l.miB Un aei trenteil wlthtli moat mieeeasl ill resnln. ItlVKAKKH OF WOMKN-liaiieelally aremir raclll tles of a .ulterior order for Urn cure of all tliuie chrmile dUeasei peculiar to feuialeii. MCKVOI IlKAKt-l,arillyla. Nrl'l nehll Ilv, fcpllepy tKIUI, t:horea (rlt.Vllii.'s Diua-ei. Ni-n-riilKl. anil other nervous nltocllous secelvo tlio atU'iitlon of an rTiicrl In thin ilieclalt i'- mot HEt!tSAkY tu BKt lATIV.NTny onr erlflnal .y.lna of Uagno.lii. wa can treat miniy rhronic illseaaes as sucecwfallT wllhout an will a nersonal eoiiMillalhm. For parlk-ulara are " I eol'le Common Hen Me-llcal Arvlser" I1JI psjts,,;iit liimt-palil lor $1 " liivallil.' ami 'luurliU Oiliu took " 1 100 iiagen. HI coma ol-ialill. l UUU Al. CAKfc-Aniong Uie operatloiw which wean- called upon liiot freiiuently to perforin, are llione for Nun Polyiiniltllareltu, 'Juniors, f lutul ll Ani , J'llea, Hernia l(utnrel, tfydroccle .llr"""' of the li-rotuinl. Varicocele, Ovarian anil I terlni! I'lUiiorsT sleull (Htone In the Ulad.ler). Ptricture, etc. ttc. We alao treat succoaaftiliy, hy a new nicth- al without anrglcal operall.-ll. CallcerH, l"le. Spinal curvature, anil other ilunirnilllas. (' ; phlet entitled. "Motion as s Curative AgeiiV sent Addreii, Wull'i Krf UJirj Kciiesl Auwltto y WO MAM Bt an ImmeiiM practice at the WorUVi Dlyra ary and li.TnlidV Hotel, having trcatod many rhou ftiid vacs of those dltwaHca pt-vullar to woman, 1 lmvf bot'n ennbtfd to perfect a most poUat and posi tive rt?iucdT tot tliene tllaooii'i. X duiltfuate tliU natural spootQc, I htTe named It Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription The urm, howerer, H but a feeble exprMiton of tnr blffh apprsclMlon of 111 ralw, liascd upon ior onal observation. 1 la. wlilla wUnnilnir 1U posi tive rt-aulu hi the pcclnl 0hascs Inrident to tlie organism of woman, ihwlurt It out u tho ollmai or rownlaf mum of mj ntMlenl vareer. On ti merits, os a positive, af, mil eirtunl reimnly tor tltb class of dlac-asM, and oue Uiat will, at all times and urnler all tlrcu in stances, act kindly, I am willing to stake my repatatlon ai a physician: ami so conildcnt am I that It will not disappoint the nuirvt sanKnincx nertatlnnioJailnitlt luvallil lady wholes Itfyrany of tlio ailment for whlrh Trficommcn'l it, tli.it 1 oflur and sll It under A POSITIVE tiUAKANTEE. For eoinlitlons, see pamptikt wrapping bottlf.) Tho folio w I n r ei'o among tUo dlsrruius In which my FararlU Ppfwcrlptlon lias workc.) cures as if by magic, and with a certainty mtror btforo aiuinti'l hy any inedlclnii: Lcucorrhrea, KxapmIto Howlnir, rnlnful Monthly I'orlttdi, Sanprt'sslons when fruin unnatural cjiums, Irregular ill's. Weak Itat'k, l'ro lapfus, or Palling of tlio Utonis. Anteverslon ami Jtutro version, liparlng-down Ponsatlons, Intcrnsl Heat, NVrvous lH'prSion, ItoliMUr, Dcsptmdcucy, Threatened Mlscarrtapc, Tronic ('onycsttmi, In flMntmattonaiid Ulcorationol tho Uterus, Impoiuucy. llarrennuss, or Sterility, and Fomalc WcakncM. I do not extol this moiiuino as a rHro-all," but It admirably ftilfllls a atuclencM of purpow, being a most perfect specific lu all chronic dlseanes of tha bp x it ju system of woroau. It will not dlsappulnt, nor will It- do harm. In any Htate or condition. Those whmleslro furtbrr Information on tnwc sub lcta can obtain It In Tub People's C'oiuon sessb JIkihcaIj ADVI6EB. a book of orer f00 pane, scut, fiost-paW, on mccipt of It tnata minutrly of hose dlicanea pRulUr to Femnlet, and frtvus unuh valuable advice la regard to tlio maaagttiuont of Uiobo auccuona. rsivoriU FriMHptlN by DramUtf. Prup'r, Woria's JJbpon6ary aod Intaiias' lioUJ, Duitalo. ft. Y, HE WHITE SEWING MACHINE TBS BEST OF AL. New Advertisements. An Exciting Bocki. 20,000' Sold!! The "Wild Adventures" and " Triumphs" of STANLEY in AFRICA Tills evi.T autmkntio and CirT-ai8TKD chrap eUititin IsssiliiiK taster than anj other book In Amorica. Gives a fall hlstorv f his "Ijowji the C'onwi." Agmits wantsil. For lull particulars ami terms, Adilri Ss nul)tARl BKOT1IKBS, Pulillsliers, Phlla Jtlphia THE CHEAPEST BOOK STORE In tXxo iVorld II " 83,672 Superb Fnglisli Hooks At Onr Prim I T.ri,28B New American Bonks At Yanr Prlte I 113,720 Seoond-hanil Banks AI Any JVIrsf Catalouueof nenrral MtPrature.' JVw. LEGGAT BROTHERS. 3 Bookman Street, near New Post Office, N, Y, M1IHT J 'arson' I'urfffttive nil make itcw riclr Mood, ami will coinptntely i-htiiiue th blood in tlio t?titire nvftern 1h three month, Any.pt-rmn who will tnkfl one pill rftrfi ntflit from aa to twelve weeks may be rontored t nouiul health, ir Hiioh a tiling I'O pOHHible. Sent bv mall for letter MtumpH. I. H. Joluiflon Hi Go, liawgor, .W;. AilIAME BACK on3onrs Capcine Foms Plaster. 1m for In me new or weakniifw f the buck, Kheumatijm. ami all local arhpa nm' pnlns, the hnt remedy known, it w;tn in-Ti-nUi' toorHrPoma the slow nation or the flow notion of tho ordiimry Porous PlasterP. It reliereH pain t at ice, aiwl enrtw wHwro othftT plMMtertt will not even re Ipto. 8Ul fVMrvwhr by frii(filfla. Priee 2.1 cAf. Citation Aotitc. STATK OP MISSISSIPPI, Phni ttTjC urt, Jonroe County. ilnvih tar.0,18711 Estato of David JuuulerVnirk. de-i couscd, tor the Bale of lauds to Mo. 1S3S. pay drlit. r Upon iittiilaTit filed fntHia enuw, It appear itiK to tlie satist'aotion of tbe Court, that An tliou.v Fumli'i-liurk, one of tho heirs ofsnisl deceaaed, and defendant heraiu, ia a non-ros-ident of tlio Mute of Mississippi, and maiden brvoud tlio limits thereof, that tin .01 bi nary process of law eaimot be served upon liim; that lie resides ia tho State .04 Georgia , mid liiis for his post otliee address, Warm .Springs, Guorgia. It is therefore onlerod by the Conrt, Mint the said Anthony Kunderbitrk do entor bis appearance herein on or before tbe , 2nd Monday in Hay, 1879, at Monthly Holes before tbe Clerk of the Clmucery Court ot said county, at hia elliie iirthe town of Aberdeen, then and there to plend, answer or demur to the petition of V. M. KuuderLui k. Administrator of said estate, to sell the lands in said petition nunibcred to uuv debts, or the several ullciratious there of will be taken for confessed at to bim, aud tin? cause proceeded iu aeeordinglY' r It is further ordered that copy of this or. der bo published in the Aberdeen Examiner a pubiie uew-snapor printed and published in the town of Alierdeen, in Monroe country, for four weeks successively, and that tbe vleik of this Court do transmit by mail, postage paid, to said non-resident heir and defendant a copy of this order lo hie address nfnrescid;.-., H. K. OIL.LKYLKN, Clerk. By VM. G. KI-KIN, D C. A true copy from the minutes of th" four A ttest : H. H. (ilLLKTLF..Uerk Hy WM. G. K'" March 21', J879. Kon.KesiMt "tle. The State ot M;M, I '" Cheery Court. Moaroe ;f ,'h HutnJr Term, Vt In Be. Ee,n final sntlemSs So;i489. ceafdvit tleaJT1- I-'ng to tho niiiW In this ai. It ap " unknown ljSSiaction of tb Oort, tnuo no was aTeira ef Janes hook, om-eaai-ur T,rother ot said natir ". Cuon-reai denta of the State of Mia- ,nd reside neyonu at ii"- the ordinary lirw r.", A upon tUenn that eir ro.m.. - yMvtmm 'f 'nrli -" mil waron iv-zm.