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The Aberdeen Weekly
Bice and Cane Crops of Louisiana.
The following crop items are taken
from the Plaquetuine (La.) Observer
of the 26ih of October, which is cer
tainly an encouraging outlook for the
planters of our sister State :
"No season was ever more propi--xioliTTBarriho'
present for rice. The
river supplied an abundance of water
nt all limes and the heavy rains that
fell during the summer did their full
share in filling and perfecting the
The weather for harvest was not
unfavorable, and the supply of labor
was ample ; hence the entire ciop was,
secured in excellent order, and we
hear no complaints ot stack-burned or
damaged rice.
The crop is undoubtedly the largest
ever raised in this parish, and beyond
all comparison tde finest in quality.
The whistle of the steam thre sher is
heard in every, direction ; every boat
goes up loaded with rice, and all our
mills are running day and night pre
paring the golitea grain for market.
Our rice planters were never in a more
prosperous condition ; the sale of their
Hplcudid crops will enable them to
meet nil their obligations, make all
neoewtary improvements on their plan
tations and largely extend the erea of
iht'ir lamls cultivated in rice.
The cultivation ot rioe is extcndiiiK
on every side, and Louisiana is already
the second State iu the Union in the
production of the great staple, and
will be at no very remote period the
Accounts from all portions of the
State represent she cane crop as being
Kplcmlid almost beyond all precedent,
and should the weather continue fa
vorable during the grinding season,
which has already commenced, the
crop will, according to acreage, be
equal it not superior to any heretofore
made in this Slate.
Plaquemines seems to be no excep
tion to tho rule, tor cane here presents
a more magnificent appearance than it
has done at any time since 1861 ; the
most prolific year on record, when the
crop reached 459,410 hogsheads.
On nearly all the plantations in this
parish the stand is even and regular,
the cane unusually large, perfect and
full of juice, and is at least two weeks
in advance of that of any season since
tho warjhence grinding has commenced
at Ht'hiir and several other great plan
tation. The yield so far is exceedingly
good and will doubtless be largely in
creased as the cane becomes more ma
ture and tho juice more concentrated.
On tho whole the promise of a full
crop is brilliant in the extreme, should
no untoward weather come to mar the
flattering prospect that now gladden
the hearts of our enterprising planters.
Large Things
Courier Jour, al.l
Thivk what an agricultural
fair must be m California with cab
bages five feet in circumference, pump,
kins weighing a hundred pounds, cu
cumbers a yard long, and peaches and
pt-ara as big as your head (may be).
The fi'Ht fair was held at San Francis
co in 1854; but it was a very small af
fair indeed compared to the one held
there last month. Besides iIio'fiiow
of animals, mineral and agricultural
wealth, there was a feminine eques
trian tournament, a grand (shooting
contest, and an elegant address from
llio I'lesiilent of the Association, Mr.
lSoruck. From the following perora
tion, which is not at all overdone, it
will be seen in what degree of appre
ciation the CalifornianB hold their
Slate: "On the grounds and at the
pavillion is to bo found everything
from a cheese to a trolling race, from
oil painting to a header, from a La
Crosse match to a collection of metals,
and from a platoon drill to a plate of
figs. Tho Stato Pair is in fact the
World's Fair, for California is a world
of itself, whether considered lrom a
climate or cosmopolitan or scenic point
of view. There is no language I hat
does not find its echo here, no product
oi the earth that cannot be raised, no
animal that can not be reared. It is a
babel of tongues, the frigid and the
torrid mark our borders; the AlpB are
surpassed, the Sahara equalled. We
have everlasting snows and eternal
solitude. There are whirling pillars
of hot sand that keep sentinel guard
beside ice-cold streams, and the chill
faced anemone blossoms iu the same
garden with tho palm tree. Our min
eral wealth has been and is yet the
wonder ot the world, and our miners
the most scientific, intelligent and
persevering. Neither Switzerland nor
Italy have such lakes. Surrey and
Kent in Merrie England can not ex
hibit such wheat fields. Sicily is ri
valed for olives, Spain equalled for or
anges, our figs are approaching those
of Iiarbary, our raisins those of Mala
ga. From the turnips of Sweden to
the spices of Cayenne, from the pines
of Norway to the magnolia of the
"Sunny South; ' our list extends. With
in her four boundaries, mountains on
three side1, and the Pacific on the
fourth, California presents the world
in miniature "
The Philosophy of Strikes'
From tho Oil City Dcrrlck.J
"Where are you going with the pup
pies, my little man?" asked a gentle
man of a small boy yesterday, whom
he met with three pups in a basket.
"Goin' to drown them," was the
"I want a pup for my little boy to
play with; what do you say to letting
mo take one of them?'
'I will sell you one,' spoke up the
boy with true American enterprise.
'I will sell you this yellow one for half
a dollar, the spotted one for 15 cents,
and the spotted one is worth a dol
lar.' 'I think my boy would like the spot
ted ono best, but you ask too much for
it. Tou had Intended drowning all of
them; but I will give you 25 cent and
save you the trouble of drowning tho
spotted One.'
'Twenty-five cents for that spotted
pup!' exclaimed the boy, 'I can't stand
it; taxes is high; rent is high; groceries
is high; oil is down and going lower
oh, no, I can't take less than one dol
lar.' 'But you intend to drown '
Take tho black ono for 75 cents.'
'My little boy wouldn't like the
black one.'
'Take the yallcr ona at half a dol'ar,
and ho is dog cheap.'
'I don't like his color.'
'Well, then, yon had better tell
your little boy to play with his toes.'
And he continued on his way to the
river, remarking that ''no party can
dead-beat his way on me these times.'
The Last of the Davises.
Baltimore Gazette
Mr. Jefferson Davis lufs outlived all of
his sons, and when he dies the family
name will become extinct;
His oldest son, Jefferson Davis, Jr.,
who died near Memphis the other day
of yellow fevcr.had scarcely passed his
twenty first birthday, and though he
did not inherit tho intellectual ability
of his father, ho was a young man of
considerable promise. Early in the
summer,and before the fever broke out,
young Davis went North with his sis
ter aud her husband. The latter re
turned for some purpose and was
stricken down with the fever. When
his wiie'heard ol it she insisted upon
going to him, and young Jeff accom
panied his Bister. Before the husband
was convalescent ins wile was
attacted. Young Davis nursed his
sister through her illness, and in a few
days she becamo the nurse and he
the patient. Four days later he died.
In 1864, while Mr. Davis was president
ol the Confederacy, he returned to his
residence from a short visit to the cap
itol, aud found, lying in ono of the
halls, the dead body of his second son,
whom he had left but an hour or two
before the picture of health. The child
was but five years ot age, and during
the absence of the family fell lrom a
rear balcony to a paved yard beneath
and crushed his skull. lie lived but a
short while. This boy, Joseph, was
the most intelligent of the family and
a special favorite with all tho great
men who in those days frequented his
father's house. lie was a bright boy,
and tho whole city of Richmond
mourned his death, Willie, the young
est son of Jefferson Davis, was born in
Richmond during tho war, and died
when but threo of four vears of age.
There are now left but two children,
both girls. The eldest, Maggie, was
married about a year ago, and it was
while caring for her that young Jeff.
met the terrible destroyer. Miss Win-
nio, the other daughter, is still at
A Tramp's Romance-
Tho talk in Leadville, Col., is about
a vagabond ot a miner, Bassick, who
tramped into town without a cent in
his pocket and jumped into an income
of $2,000 a day. lie began to dig in
Tyndall Hill, and three feet below the
surface struck a rotten chalky sub
stance that formed the entire eminence.
Everybody laughed at the hep-gar and
derisively called his find "Bassick's
Whitewash Mine." But Bassick found
the stuff rich in carbonate of lead car
rying silver, and.digging down, found
boulders and pebbles that were coated
with silver chloride. From the surface
down to 200 feet the miue has paid
richer than any other in the country,
yielding thus far $64,000 a month.
A notorious thief preached to a
North Carolina Baptist congregation
six months before he was found out.
His conduct during that half year was
excellent, his sermons eloquent, and
ho says he intended to turn over a
new leaf.
What is an editor? An editor's
bizncss is to write editorials, grind out
poetry, sort manuscripts, keep a migh
ty big waste-basket, steal matter, file
other people's battles, take white beans
and apple sass for pay when he can
get it, work nineteen hours out of
twenty-four, and be damned by every
body. Herald and Presbytery.
The entire amount of gold in the
world at present is estimated at $7,
000,000,000 in value in United States
coinage. This immense sum is hardly
comprehensible to the mind, but if it
wero put in a solid mass it would
measure only seventeen feet high,
twenty-right feet wide und fifty-six
feet long.
Widow Doubhnon, having heard
that "pnrlor matches" are extremely
dangerous, has ordered her daughter
to take her beau into the kitchen aud
do their courting there hereafter.
Commissioners Salo for Partition.
Stato of Mississippi, enmity of Monroe At
rules before the Clerk, in vacation.
James Taylor, et si., )
Thadc us C. Mitchell, ct al. )
By virtue ol on order of sale, made at rules,
on tho second Moi day of October, IS78, before
the Chancery clerk at his office In Aberdeen,
Miss , I will seliyoi cash, In frontof tho court
house door in the town ol Aberdeen, on
Saturday, tho 30th ot November,! 878,
the following land situated in Monroe county.
Miss., to-wlt: The northwest quarter, and
the north half of tho southwest quarter, and
the southwest quarter of tho southwest Smar
ter, section 15, township 14, range 18; ana the
west half of the southwest quarter, scctien 10,
township 14, range 18 west Iu all 100 acres.
The west half of the southwest quarter of sec
tion in, and the northeast quartor of the north
west quarter, scctiou 15, township 14. ranire IS
west. Sold subject to tho dower interest of
Margaret Milcbell, the widow or Georg! Mitch
ell, the remainder iuteiest in said land only
being sold. YM. G. ELK1N,
23 4w Pr fee $0 Commissioner.
Commissioner's Sale.
Stato of Mississippi, Monroe county In tie
Chancery court.
William Phillips, et al., )
vs. t No. 1588.
Martha Cox, ct al. )
BY virtue of a ducreo of said court In said
cause, granted al the March term thereof,
187, the undersigned, commissioner appointed
therein, will proceed to sell, on
Monday, December 2d, 1878,
In front of the court house dooi, in the city f
Aueraeen, in sum county ana state, llio follow
lug described tracts or parcels of land, to-wit :
The south half of section 14, and tl.e east
half ol the southeast quartor of acctlon 15, and
the south half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion 13, and the north half of the northeast
quartor ol section 23, and tho northeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of section 38 all in
township 14, range 17 west, and containing 840
acres, lyin" and being In said county, together
with all the appurtenances thereto belonging
or oppertalnlng, to tho highest bidder for cash.
Bnch titlo made as Is vested in me h commis
sioner, which la good.
H. 8. GILLEYLEN, Commissioner,
Oct. 7, 1878. 21 4w
50 Centsj
aSTSO Cents
50 Cenlsi J3T50 Cents
Commissioner's Sale.
The State of Mississippi, Monroe county
Chancery Court of said county, September
Term, 1878.
Win. M. Roberts, admr. of Martin
Eubauks, deceased.
vs. No. 1773.
W. C. Campbell.
BY virtue of a decree of said court, render
ed in said cause, at said term, the under
signed, commissioner therein appoluted, will
proceed to sell on the premises, at public auc
tlon, to the highest bidder, for one-bait cash
and one half on a credit of 12 months, on
Monday, 25th day of November, 1878,
tho fo'lowlng described pieces and parcels of
land, lying and being In said county, viz :
Tho northwest quartfrof the northeast quar
ter, section 1, township 12, range t) east, and
the southwest quarter of section 0, township
12, range 7 cast, with the Improvements there
on. Sale within legal hours, and on the prem
ises aforesaid. Such title given as is vested in
me as commissioner by said decree. Note and
security required of tho purchaser for the dt
fered payments, and a lion also retained on
said land for said unpaid purchase money.
23-4w Pr fee, 15 70 Commissioner.
013 Belial Brocery-HonsB.
Most Reliable Grocery House
Vltij of Aberdeen.
Keep a large and select assortment of
Bacon, Unlit Meats, Choice Leaf
l.ard, all grades of Flour, Sugar,
l:offee, maltby sack or barrel
Meal, bolted and unbolted, all
kinds of MolasKes. Hams, Mack
erel, Wheat Uran, Cheese, choice
Soda Crackers, every description
Canned Fruits, Meats and Jel
lies, Etc., Etc.
Tobacco, Bagging and Ties a
t3?Miller Bumpass, F. F. Fuller, H. J. Reich
nrd and Gun. U. S. Clopton will at all
tin.es he found in this house, ready and anxious
to servo their country aud city friends and
customers, and are instructed to sell goods
upon a very small profit, fur tho Cabh. Give
them a call. 1-15-tf
I have accepted the gcney for the sale of the
Brown Cotton Gin
which is fast becoming celebrated for Its many
points of excellence, as attested by many of the
best citizens of the South.
Price of Gin with
Price of Gin Self-feeding attach'nt
40-aawgin f 100 40-sawgin.... $130.0(1
SO " " 1:30 60 " " 153.(10
fill ' " lljO (10 ' " 1(15.00
70 " " 14(1 70 " " 183.110
80 " " 100 SO " " 208.00
Every gin warrented. Leave ord.'r with
Hampton & bashaw, which will receive prompt
attention. 11. J. B. LANN.
9 2m.
Webb & Lewis
General Amenta for
East Mississippi mid West Alabama
Aro now canvassing Chickasaw county, and all
the region north ol Deinopolis on the Touibig
bce river, and aro prepared to deliver any and
everything in the line of
Shrubs, Evorgrecus, Ornamental and Shade
Trees, Strawberry, Hasnberry, Gooseberry and
Currant plants, Grape Vines, and every kind
and description of Flowering Shrubs, Bulbs,
Plants and Roots, at lower rates than any other
Nursery in the South, guaranteeing satisfaction
in every case. Hold your orders for us.
Aberdeen, Miss., March 8, '78-tf
Wat 'g&Yg&l9
(Late of Memphis,)
Up Stairs over Ekford & Bro.
Is niasto of even-thing In t lie tonsorlal line.
Everything ktpt in neat, order. Glvo him a
call. l-22-3in
Read! Read!
When you want to buy
Brick, Lumber or Good Fresh Meal,
or want to sell your
For tho highest maiket prlco, call at the Steam
Mill of 1). LAKE,
Corner Commerce and Franklin sts. 1-22-tf
The Board of supervisors will receive bids to
keep the poorhouso oi Monroe county, Miss.,
until the tint Monday In November next, when
they will open them and contract with the low
est best bidder, according to terms to
be tccn at my oltlee. f ettled bids or proposals
can be left with mo for'the board.
81 it II. S. GILLEYLEN, Clerk.
J. RonifiS,
Wilcox Co.
J. C. Wison, I T. 8. Fry,
Wilcox Co. Mobile.
General Commission Merchants
Lumber, Lumber.
Only IX miles from Mr. Ad. Molliday's, on
the Columbus road.
We keep constantly on hand and cut to or
der Lumber of all kinds, to-wit : Pine, Cy
press, Whiteoak, Postoak, Hickory, Red Gum,
Poplar and Chestnut.
Parties wanting Lumber will And it to their
interest to leave their orders for lumber with
I he undersigned. Orders pmmptly and care
fully tilled. Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
Give us a trial.
1-45-ly J. W. LEE & CO. Aberdeen.
Successors to
Nathan Brothers,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Smokers' Articles,
(Eckford's Old 8tand,)
Livery Stables,
Marlou Roberts' old stand, upper Commerce St.
Single Feed 25cta
Three Feeds ,. 60"
Hitching, only 6 "
BPProiupt livery, and good feed Try ma.
I also keep, next door, a large and select stock of
Family Groceries & Plantation Supplies,
Which I sell at Bottom Prices, as cheap as cab
be bad in Aberdeen. W. A. Poser. 31-ly.
Normal Institute.
This Instituto is now In successful operation,
conducted by tho following Faculty :
Wm. A. PERRIN, A. M., Principal
MRS. M. A. PERRIN, Teacher of French.
MRS. CLAY ELLIOTT, Instrumental Music.
The successful management of schools by the
above Faculty for the past twenty years, as
well as their well-known qualifications, justify
us in recommending to teachers the advantages
of reviewing their studies in this Institution.
We are assured by our highly comaetent and
courteous Countv Superintendent 'of Public
Education, Prof. Wm. Saville, that he will give
preference to all applicants for public schools
who have been educated In the above Institu
tion. Dk. J. r. M. GREGORY,
1-43- Pres. Board Trustees.
Joe S. Foster,
Dealer in ,
Saddles Harness.
Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
punuie trimmings to nuisu worn in me most
approved stylo .
I defy competition, and warrant all my work.
I know I can offer superior inducements in
any kind of Saddle, any kind of a sett of Har
ness, or any kind of repairing. Side Saddles a
specialty. Thankful for past favors, I solicit a
continued patronage.
3-2-ttm JOE 8. FOSTER.
Gins Repaired.
J W. Westbrooks informs planters that he
is now preparea to put uins in nrst-class order,
and at the vciv lowest cash orices.
Parties needing such work would do well to
consult him before contracting with other par
Shop at my residence, ono mile from town on
Prairie Station road. All work warrented, 8m.
Wood ongravlngs made to order, whon good
designs are furnished. Charges moderate Ad
dress W. T. TILLER, People's Weekly offlce.
WEST & McllAE,
Having located permanently In the city of
Aberdeen, we would respectfully Invito the at
cut Ion of the citizens of tbe city and vicinity,
who wish anything in the way ofa
to favor us with a call. Not being able to
make a living in any other way, we would ask a
liberal shore of patronage, we work nothing
but the
To all who favor us with a call.
We have for sale LYON'S Paten Heel Stlf
feners, to prevent shoos from ruuning over.
Shop 47 Commerce Street. ml 8
Lumber Lumber
At the Saw Mill of
In any quantity, for 1 1 to $1.60 per 100 foot
S. H. BEIRG'S Brick Yard,
From $4 to $7 per thousand.
Fair count and square' bargains givon. lS-6m
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Episcopal CBOBcn. Sunday School every
Sabbath morning at 8.-30 a.rri Oliver Eckford,
Superintendent. Services every Sunday ut 11
fl.m. And 7 IVni. Tlnlv Pnmmi.ntr... n.. 1...
Sunday of every month at 11 a m.
. . OH1KLU3, rnstor.
Presbyterian CnuHcn. Services every Sab
bath morning at 10 o'clock, and In the even
ing at 1)4 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Sunday
School Sabbath morning at 9 o'clock.
Baptist CnfBon. Kev. J. w. Bozemax
Pastor. Sabbath Day services at 11 a m and
1 p. in. Communion services 1st Sabbath in
March, June, September and December. Prav
er Meeting Wednesdays at 7 p m.
Sunday School at 9 a. m. Prof. M. E. Bacon
Stipe riutendant.
Methodist Church. Pastor, Rev. John A
8cbuos. Services each Sabbath at 10'i a. m.
and 8:20 p. m. Sacrament of Baptism and Lord's
Supper, on the first 8abbath of each month at
10W a. m. Sunday School ntt) a. in., Cant.
T. B. Sykcs, Sup't.; Houston Gilliland, SecV.
Prayer Mi.ctlng, Thursday night, atfr20 p. m.
St. Frances de 8ale Rev. Father Blanc
Divine services on the 1st and :id Sundays iu
each month, at 10 a. in. and 3 p. m.
Baptist Church at New Hope, -Rev. It. J.
Bussey, Pastor. Services the 4th Sabbath in
each mouth, at 11 a. m.
Christian CHURcn. Services by Rev H. T.
Wilson every second ond fourth Sabbath at 1 1
o'clock A. M. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at
9 A. M. Servico at Cotton Gin every third
Sabbath, at II o'clock a. m., and 2 p. m.
masonic directory.
Aberdeen Lodge No 82, F. und A. M., meets
on the First Thursday in each mouth.
Euphemia Royal Abch Chapter No. 13,
meets on Wednesday after the First Saturday
in each month.
Aberdeen Council No. 28, R. and 8. Mas
tbii, meeta on Tuesday before tho First Satur
day in each month.
Harmony Club. B. C. Sims, Pres.; B. O.
Spiegel, Sec and Treat.; Madam Rieharde, In
structress. Rehearsal every Tucsdav. Appli
cation fbr membership should be addressed td
the Secretary.
Wildey Lodge No. 21 I. O. O. F., Moeta
every Monday evening at 7 o'clock.
Monroe Encampment No. !l, 1. O. O. F"
meets on the First and Third Thursday even
ings in each month, at 7 o'clock.
Knights of Honor.
Regular meetings first ond third Wednesday
or each month. W. G. Sykes, Dictator.
M. Mayer, Reporter.
Knights of Pythias.
Meet every Friday night nt 8 o'clock p.m.
C. M. JORDAN, K. K. 8.
Section No. 218. -Meet 4th Wednesday in
each month. T. II. CLOPTON. Sec.
Mayor T. B. Sykes.
Marshal W. E. Love.
Asst. Marshal F. E. Stout.
O. Morawskl, Alderman 1st Word,
J. D. Shell, 2nd Ward.
J. J. Shell 3rd Ward,
T. II. Clopton, ' 4th Ward,
Baxter McFarlnnd " 5th Ward,
T. M . Hampton 0th Ward,
First Judicial District.
circuit ooubt.
In the coui ty of Tishomingo, on the 2nd.
Monday in January and July, an 1 continue six
In tho county of Alcorn, on tho 3d Monday
of January and July, and continue twelve days.
In the county ol Prentiss, on th9 1st Monday
of Februury and August, and contiuue twelve
da vs.
In tho county of Lee, on tho 3d Monday in
February and August, and continue eighteen
In the county of Itawamba, on tho 2d Mon
day iu March and September, and continue sis
In tho county of Monroe, on the 2d Monday
in June and the 1st Monday in November, and
continue twenty-four days.
In the county ot Chickasaw, 1st. District
8rd Monday in March and September und con
tinue twelve days; and in (he 2nd District 1st
Monday In April and October, and continue
eighteen days.
In tho county of Tishomingo, on the 4th
Monday of March and September, and continue)
six days.
In the countyor Prentiss, on the 1st Mondays
otAprll and October, and continue six days.
In the county of Alcorn, on the 2d Moudays
of April and October, and continue twelve
In the county of Itawamhi, on the 4th Mon
days of April aud October and continue six
In the county of Lpo, on the. lt Mondiivsof
May and November, and continue twelve days.
In the county of Munroe, on the 1st Mondays
ol March and September, and continue ckh
tucn days.
In the county of Chickasaw, 1st District 3rd
Monday in May and November, and continue
six days ; and in the 2d District 4th Monday in
May and November and, continue twelve days.
Justice Sims sits on tluc" and 4th Wednes
days iu each month, at Aberdeen.
Mayor Bykos sits on tho 1st and 3rd Wednes
days in each month, at Aberdeen.
Thb Southern Mull closes at 6:00 p m
Thi Northern Mail closes at 8:00 i' u'v
w mm vuuun win mui irons rinf
on Monday and Thursday at 5:00 A. u ,Sand ar
rives same days at 7:00 p. m. '
The Oulnpv rwmit anj on ... ..
out on Fridays" Mans go
Real Esate Agents
Aim 1AII ...a. n'n. M - . . ...
iu. ' , f '" uonn ot Aberdeen
100 acres In cultivation ; Good Dwelling th.
well, and Ave Tenant House., good stabfes, etc
"- online location, hi
Aberdeen. Apply at, or address '
ahao urtriCE.

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