The Aberdeen Weekly
FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 25, 1880
Tnnr Advertising Friends.
f 'frill please hand In yenr advertisements
ofl-Jday or Wcdne.day of aeli week. Any
Iteration or changes of advertUeinenl honld
b made ou Monday or Tuesday.
Commnnlcatlon. of local Interest will be
gratefully welcomed. Correspondent mnat
write on one side of the paper only.
All communications raut be accompanied
Wilb the name and addrCM of the writer, which
will be need only tor the pdyate Information ot
he editor. Rejected oraT7uiilcatlon will not
be returned aniens specially requested and
called for by the writer.
We do not wish original poetry 6r Tories.
It. A. Carter
la our duly authorised agent, to receive and re
elpt for subscriptions to tuo Weekly at
Reese's Store, Old Hamilton neighborhood.
A. E. Dalryinple, Esq.,
a our authorized Agent at Smlthville. He will
receive and receipt lor subactlptlona, etc.
BRANCH RAIL ROAD-
Trains to connect with the Express trains
on the maiu line, will leave and arrive at Aber
deen, as follows:
Depart at 8:00 A. w.and 2:50 P. M., return
ing at 10:20 A. M. and 5:20 v. it. connecting with
trains on the main line.
DR. J. II, M UllFEE,
JOffeis his professional services to the citizens
of Aberdeen anosurrounuiug touuiry.
tarResldence the one formerly occupied by
Dr. Benson. "
Rev. Wm. SIcmford, Rector of St. Paul's
cburcb, Columbus, will hold service in St.
John's (Episcopal) church Sunday next,
27th Inst., anil administer iioiy tJominuiuun.
THE BARGAIN OF THE SEASON!
TAItD WIDE FANCY PERCALES
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
Read Louis Roy's local advertise mente. He
bus something in them that will be of interest
Stern Brothers have some changes in their
advertising. Read theh- notices In the local
I.ouis Roy hns juist received a large stock
Bl -ached Domestics.
Beautiful Lawns, Etc.,
bought after the great, decline.
lOI lie I1CVCI litlin w nuiinij, c.cjwwvjj.
A cood second-band Two-Horse Vy'siron.
Will sell cheap, or trade for a one-horse
J. W. Peck's porter, Jim, wus lodged In jail
Wednesday, tor the theft of snear and meat.
Mar-lial Stout had his eye on Jim when he com
mlttid the act.
Jfg-We are authorized to announce that
T)-.F 1. II ni.h i.rill Ilia rlan.i n
acbool in this city, on or before July., tf.
Notice the DObtnonement of Trust Sale, In
1hc matter wherein Judio O'Connor Is trustee.
BTrv Dr. Robinson's Laughing
i Oas, when you wish worlt done on your
l tec tn. o 2ui
Mr. Sam Ward, the accommodating telegraph
operator at this place, again puts the commn.
nity at large under obligations for full report
by telegraph of the proceedings of the Cincin
The best stock of Straw Hats for la
dles and centlcmen. ever onened In Aber
deen, to be found at the popular bouse of
Our New York resident buyers, who are
lways on band to take advantage of any
vec.ial banrams that are olfered, are con
stantly supplying us with
New and Seasonable Goods,
at prices far below those ruling in the earlier
part of the season.
i Call and be Convinced.
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
Dies la malting a breakwater of brickbats
en loirer Commerce street among tbe best
and most sensible Improvement., put upon the
treets In a long time,
7A WEEK, f 13 a day at home casllv mado
tllCtly Outat free. Address Thubj & Co.
Augusta, Malue. 8-2fi- ly.
JSThc wise man sows an acre in
C.ERA1 AX MILLET,
And Buys From
ECKFORD & BRO.
Judge Oconnor returned from his visit to
Rochester N. Y. Tuesday.
B. H. Brlstow, Esq., delegate ; Hon. E. 0.
Sykea, Dunbar McQuUton, John Holliday, H.
8. Ollleyleu, Morris Mayer and Ja mea Nathan,
of our city, and T. J. McQuUton, and others
from our county, are vis 'tors at the Cincin
nati Convention. We wish them each a good
time and much "conventional" Information, as
results of their trip.
acar-Xh lint It IITTJOR mudn in Mon
roe county can be found evary Saturday and
Monday at Frank Fattkkhon's.
r-Pcirce Bros' Double Enamel and Bur-
. not only renders their Pictures: more
1 I , .1 1. ... . . .... A..W.
than, those timshed in tbe ordinary
mm ie AGKer ana in oi n wy rviurucu
I the State University at Oxford Tuesday.
innmn r.iHM null, msbniuu. nu uiu uwui
. . . i . . , ,t- i. : i ik.
odapeed In their studies, and hope they may
both win first-honor membership In their re
Just received at LOUIS ROY'S a second
Torchon, Languedoc, Dutch and Valen
Also a variety of
, SWISS EMBROIDERIES.
And Buy From
ECKFOKD A BRO.
Last Friday nigbt it was our
attend the entertainment given by
nils of Mrs. Richard's school and
ell's music class, at Military Hall.
staire was handsomely decorated and
fully arranged, the ball well lighted and the
air cool enough to make ft pleasant in any
portion of tbe room, however crowded.
By half past eight o'clock the spacious
hall was well filled, when tbe evening's ex
ercises were opened with a duett (Prome
theus), on tbe grand piano, by Mrs. Sewell
and Miss Annie Dowd. The piece was weu
executed and received a highly compliment
Next in order was the "Graces," In their
bespangled, light and airy costumes, well
calculated to make one almost wish be were
an angel. The piece was short and well
executed, and happy filled Its purpose, of
gracing the opening exercises.
Recitations were had by the little fellows
as follows, some of which were "funny,"
while others were freighted with moral pre
"The little orator," by Johnnie Simpson ;"
"Baby's trials," by Mabel Tschudi; "Boys'
rights." by Reuben Davis; "Nose out of
joint," by Mary B. Burns; "A chip of the
old block," by little Charlie Strong ; "John
ny's opinion of Grandmother's," by John
Baxter McFarland, and "The tired soldier,"
by Seymour Waterman. The little fellows
came forward with as much assurance as
old stagers, each giving proof of careful
The two little Misses, May Elkin and
Maggie Tschudi, each played a duett with
their Instructor in music, Mrs. Sewell,
evincing musical talent far In advance of
Four choruses were sung by the vocal
class "Ocean nymphs," "Mother, I have
heard," "Distant Chimes," and "Away to
the woods," which betrayed vocal talent as
well as thorough training.
Four instrumental solos were performed
by the more advanced pupils of Mrs. Sewell,
which were really the cream of the evening's
entertainment "Sonatlne," by Miss Bettie
Holmes; "Danse Feerlipte," by Miss Nellie
Holmes; "Galop de Concert," by Miss Laura
Bear, and "Polacca," by Miss Annie Dowd.
These young ladies deserve great credit for
their advancement in music and composure,
in the rendition of their respective pieces,
which were well received by the audience.
A vocal solo "Anna Bolcna," by Miss
Nellie Holmes, was sung in good time and
a sweet voice, and elicited well merited ap
plause. The Instrumental solo Value Caprice,"
by Mrs. Sewell, was a triumph. Tbe
piece was persistently encored a just trib
ute to her musical talent and standing. She
returned in acknowledgement, and played
a ber ut f fill arrangement from Marino Fa
llon). The "String of proverbs," by Misses Em
ma Bristow and M. W. Hodges; was amus
ing and well received.
"The sewing society," dialogue, by sev
eral young Misses in their teens, and in their
mamma's dresses, was not only "funny" but
mirrored too much tuith of many societies
of the present day the ostensible bright
ening of the heathens condition, and the
actual blackening of borne character and
Misses M. W. Hodges and Minnie Hen
wood, gave its Krug's Polonaise duett an
excellent piece of music, well played.
"Elixir of Love," by H. J. Riahnrd and
vocal class, was good little Charlie Strong
The children all enjoyed "Mother Goose,"
by tbe Juvenile class.
There were many little pleasing incidents
connected with the evening we would be
glad to mention, but space forbids.
The affair was highly creditable to Mrs.
Riciiard and Mrs. Sewell, and was compli
mented with the presence of one of the most
orderly audiences it has been our pleasure
to witness In many years.
Is hereby given, that HOUSE-SHOE LAKE
is posted according to law; and persons fish
ing therein without permission from the
owners will be reported as trespassers.
FOR REST An excellent Piano. Ap
ply at this office. 48 tf
Read the advertisement of W. A. Posey, In
this Issue. We called attention to bis large
stock of furniture last week.
JSTDr. Robinson's Dental rooms,
over the store of II one & Son, are unsur-
fiassed in naatness, and otiierwise highly
uviting to patients. 5 Jin
LOUIS ROY bus tbe most beautiful stock
of Men's Furnishing Goods in Aber
deen. THE LATEST.
We have just received some elegant
Gross Grain Silks, 20 Inches Wide.
very stylish shades, which we offer at the
low price of
One Dollar Per Yard,
Guaranteed to be cheap at. $T.ijff-A)caufiful
only 60, TS, and 83 cents per ward
at STERN BRO'S.
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
HSrDr. C. P. Robinson. Dentist, is
master of bis profession, and bas all .-she.
mouern appliances to execute work with
rapidity and ease. 6 2m
Rev. Wm. Beene.a yonng Missionary Baptist
minister of great promise preached to our peo
ple on Tuesday night Rev. Mr. B. is a native
of Okolona ; self educated by pure grit and hard
We hope be may acbiva groat usefulness and
honor In his sacred calling.
On Real Estate security. Apply to
3 tf - Q. O. EcxroRD, Att'y.
DON'T FAIL TO SOW
And be sure to Buy from
ECKFORD & BRO
fn nnrananM lf a iv.a.lnf Inn tA.lA v..
- ' " ' ' v. " mini, DUUUWU I IV
tha Btm.lf li Alrlora nnrl oa rllmiAtArl K. K
. . . ..... ....,, . a .111... L. 1 1 II J
Board of Managers, the stock-book of the
Yf iaotaalnnf V v ti i . u 1 1 1 . i l..nJ.,lnM ...111 v.
.uwiDDM't'. JAK.F.Ttl.l. 1.DCV7V 1CL1UII Will U
opened for the Issuing of a few more shares
Parties desiring stock can obtain It by
Cflllinff linon the Secretary within th not
y. O. ckford,
All other GoodV
In fact the entl
BOOTS and SHOES,
JorlADIES' WEAR, of ever
For the travelling Pnblie, at
Grenadines 10 cents per
Eight cents per Yard, at
Boots ami Shoes
For Everybody, at
Gents' Famish tng Goods,
Dry Goods and Notions
At Lowest Pi Ices,
. 1. MAYER'S.
Of Every Description,
Napkins, Towels and Damasks,
LADIES' AXD GENTS' WEAR.
I NICE LINE OF YOUNG GENTS'
H T It A. "YV HATS,
Under tlie head of new advertisements will
be found the card ot Dr. C. P. Robinson, Den
tal 8nrgcon, giving notice that he ia prepared
to extract teeth without pain to the patient.
He oses what is usually called laughing gasi
which Is harmles", and savesan endless amount
of physical pain and ndntal terror In the ex
traction o! teeth. Hols master of hlsprofes
sion, and can be patronized with fullest assur
ance. WE oa't be undersold.
City or Country buyers will do well to
examine our immense Slock before buying.
We buy our goods from first hands for cash,
and are able to meet any legitimate compe
tition. No humbug or idle boasts, at
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
CHANGE OF PLACE.
Ed. D. Pierce & Co., Successors to Pelrce
bros,Photoeraphers,fliiding it necessary to have
more room in order to acenmntodate tlieirgrow
ing business, ard toincrease their facilities for
working to the best advantage, and the aeceesa
bllity to tlicir elegant gallery, Imvo taken I lie
splendid flint floor etorc, formerly Geo. Elkln's
drur store, two doors east of the PnstofhVe,
where they will also keep in connection with
their nailery a stock ofoeo Pictures, Frames
Moulding. Picture cord, etc., all ol which will
be sold at very low flitures. Pictures of all
kinds framed at short notice and in good style.
Copyltg and Enlarging old pictures a specialty.
The closing exercise i of Hie Aberdeen colored
tree School were held during Thursday, Friday
and Friday night of last week. We did not at.
tend, but understand thai everything passed off
In an orderly manner. The Intelligence and
manifested advancement of the pupils reflected
great credit upon J. P. 81ms, Principal, and bis
assistants. J. P. Sims It native.to Mississippi
born, a former slave, and has, by dintof Indus
try, morality, and a superior Intelligence, ac
complished a greater than fair education, and a
position for sobriety, respectability and worth,
among his people not excelled, If equaled in o.ir
In tbe prices of
Fancy Goods, Etc,,
at the popular bouse of
sS"JIr. John Wilson, the dairy and milk
man, will furnish bis customers with pure
sweet milk every day. Leave your orders
at the Postotflce. tf
In the advertising columns will be found a
notice to Tax pavers, bv D. B. McKinnev. As.
sessor for the connty. It is matter of- Interest
to tbose who have not yot given I n their taxes
For tbe Best Bargains In
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
The ENGLISH Imported SINGER,
Hllnerlnr In Pintail- ima vatit lll.f. .11
Attachments complete. Warranted for 3
years. Price, $26 to $30, See
r . i-t. in w .m v
6I-2m at Stern Bro's., Aberdeen, j
For nothing alnl
A R M I D
If not satisfactory, no pa
A GCOD 0I8AR
Is given to every customer wli
nve cent ripe, at
Knights of Pythias-
At a meeting of Appollo Lodge, So. 1ft
Knights o.f Pythias, held on Monday night,
the 21st, the following ofllcers were elected
to serve the ensuing year :
R. B. Brnnnin, P. C.
Mver (JattniRn, (J. C.
F."E. Stout. V. C.
B. C. Sims. Prelate.
K. B. Uurdlne, M. ofC.
E. J. Oppenheiun, K. of R. and S. and M.
James Nathan, M. of A.
Brocaded Silk Grenadines,
reduced from one dollar a yard to
Successors to Weiler, Haas & Kraus.
Rebeccs.eldest daughter of Capt. Gabe Buch
anan, had the misfortune to fall from the steps
of their residence last Saturday, breaking her
arm below the elbow. The fracture, although
painful, Is reponed doing well.
FOR SALE An excellent Plow and
Harness Horse for sale cheap. Apply totj.
J uue oth, ltw
DO NOT FORGET TO SEE THE
In prices of Dry-Goods, at
Aberdeen Lodge Knights of Hon
or. At a meeting of Eureka Lodge NOi 719,
K. of II., on Thursday evening, the 15th
inst, the following officers were elected for
the ensuing term:
Jacob Gattman. Dictator.
J. W. Peck, Vice-Dlctor.
K. L. Sykes, Assistant Dictator.
T. M. Lowry, Chaplain.
G. M. Tindull, Reporter.
J. W. Eckford, Financial Reporter.
W. A. McMillan, Treasurer.
R. B. Brannin. Guide.
J. V. Patterson, Guardian.
T. B. Svkes, Sentinel.
W. A. Evans, Medical Examiner.
Trustees elected In December last T. S.
Hampton, B. McFarland and Wm. Meador.
Regular meeting 1st and 3d Tuesdays in
each month. G. M. Tindall,
Lectures at Military Hull to-night. He bas
kindly consented to give the proceeds of to
night's entertainment to the Ladles Memorial
Association otour city In furtherance of their
noble work, no will occupy from one and a
half to two hours, going through, in a brief
manner, the whole field of English literature.
From the testimonials before us, we feel safe In
saying the people of Aberdeen have never yot
had an opportunity of availing themselves ol so
rare a literary treat. All should go.
OTFOlt SALK-A UARGAIN.
TUFT'S SODA APPARATUS,
With Generator and two 10-gallon copper
Everything In first-class order. Any one
wishing to purchase will please correspond
with J. W. Fckrord & Bim.
(62 2t) Aberdeen, Miss.
Go to Glasscock's for
E A II C O It IV,
sacked corn and seed peas. Lowest mar
The young people bad a hop at Armory hall
Monday n'ght. The weather was favorable to
the occasion, and we hope they all enjoyed
Something Rich and Bare,
Maple Syrup, Maple Sugar and Crab
apple Vinegar, sold by Roberts, at the
Rolierts block, Commerce street, Aberdeen,
Mississippi. - 42 tf
All parties who are indebted to us, will
please come forward and make settlements.
We need the money and must have it.
R. A. Honk a & Son.
ISrThose who wish real fine, artistic
and Life-like Pictures, from Life
size Portraits in Oil to Card Phatographs,
will And Pierce Bros.'a Gallery decidedly
tbe place to go to get tbem.
Mr. Fawcett's 1
, office monev 01
1 aervPH stllrlv nn flip
money orders can I
rosto!l!ce within tha
beitis crossed either ffen?
In this ease they must of co?
lie presented for payment by a
oy iu particular tianicer mentioni
caso may be. This element, of'neimi
will bn very valuable in the pnyme
inmpsiuen s 0111s 01 small nmoiin s. v
mistake now constantly occur in reinini
j the partUultir office to be named, and a
; goou neat ot time is wasted in collecting the
: tiiiit-ieiii. euiim. t MUUUIlg IS IfieiOWPSt SUIU,
. half-n-eiwn Is the next, and then the scale
j runs wilh regular intervals of half-a-crown
up to a pound. The scale of payment is a
I good deal lowered. At present; it is two
J pence for anWhing less than ten sbillinsrs.
and threepence for anything between ten
sliilling.and three pounds. Under the new
bill It is to be a halfpenny for a shilling, a
penny for anything between one and ten
shillings, and twopence for larger sums.
The bill is opposed by the banking inter
est. New York Tribune.
Go there nnd get fixed up for the new
Handsome silk Parasols just receiv
ed at LOUIS RO Y 'S store.
8i!i?Fine pictures and cheap pictures, go
to Pelrce Bro's.
In 1801 the people said, "O, John Allen Is
too young to go into tha army; he's only 14
years old small at that he can't carry bis
musket." But he did go, carried a musket
and stand the service generally. Were a
history of his daring adventures and suc
cessful fiats written, it would bIiow one of
the brightest '-war records" in the Confed
eracy. When lie run for District Attorney
six years ago, some said, "O, Allen is too
young." But the men whom he prosecuted
and the attorneys who measured lancets
with him, have never said, "Allen was too
young." Now the objection is raised flint
'"he is too young to go to Congress." But
as he lias always proven to be old enough
to be a success at whatever lie lias underta
ken, we believe he, will be old enough fo
make bis mark when he gets there, Ex.
ONE ACRE IN
Will make Four Tons of Hay.
ECKFO BP & BRO.
ggyPelrce Bros' new and original Double
Enamel and Burnish, is the finest, finish that
Photographs can possibly receive.
"Every man," said Mark Lemon, one even
ing at his club, "has his peculiarities,
though I think I am as free from them as
most men; at any rate, I don't know what
they are." Nobody contradicted him. hut
afler a while Albert Smith asked : "Which
band do you shave with, uncle f" "With
my right hand," replied Lemon f "Ah,"
replied the other, "that's your peculiarity;
most people shave with a razor."
County Treasurer's Office.
Col. Johnson's office will be over Shell &
Burdine's Drug Store, tf
J-Don't fail to go to Pierce Bro.'s Gal
lery, and see their Elegant Pictures. You
are invited to come, whetheryou wish work
done or not,
BY PEIBCE BRO'S
The teat are the eheapoBt All kinds of
Fortrtlltfl. PlmtocrnnliH. AmhrntvaPH fionw
etc., made in heefc style and at bottom tig-
Fmtnpfl. 'Mnnlrlinrra A 1 hum a Ptntnrwwl
etc., sold cheap. All kinds of copy ing done
in hest stle and at closest figures.
j-on x nut u) see our gauery.
16 tf Pkirck BroV.
on which .
ion us medicine
injurious 11s ailultei?
on the system is nrei-i.
I would fltitto from mi- niN
W. llAHl'Ktt's Xelwu r'.',ii,ij
feinted : and 011 tlmt m.cnmit P
It lo those sacking an article I'ull
01 1 11 111 i'j lid 1 j. j urn,
H. W. F.T.Kl'
AGEXTS WAKTEI for the beet and fusT
Selling IllL'tol-illl H'HikM llul TUItlfa lirif-i.i
reduced : per cent. National 1'uiu.isnixa Co.
Kent paid two and a quarter years
buys one. Best Cabinet or Parlor
Oriiiins in the world ; winners of
hiuhc st distinction a' every worlds
f;iir fin thli'tci-n years. Prices $51,
57, fV4, f;iM,to $f00 and up-
ward. Also lur easy payments, a month or
Jli.iiS 0 (jinirtcr nnd 'tpwurd. Catalogues live.
VIamjn Hamlin I'iioan Co., l.'vl Trcmont St.,
Hoston ; 4: K iwi 141 h .-1 , (Union Hquare) New
York) iioU Wabash Avenue, Cliieugo.
mtti TO 400.-A11 utrirllT
, Hrat-rliiHu. Sold at wholceaU
fitttory pi ne. Hioiikbt Ho.nhhs
'.liCent nul LWliilihi.in Vntbn.
Bok'aKrnle for SfinnrB mrnl. KliiPHt ITpriffhln tn
ItlliilcA Oririliitt- llio hesr in thn wnrtd A n ft
top oi mi oitlv ju't; 13 stops, 't7 Circular free. All
Bftit fin 1,'nlav'M trial freight irtnif unxatifijartorv.
jt wiury, it ii rr. , tt t n
nrici1. Caiiiimruo o( S.OtHl rhnU-L
TiU-ces sent for Kc.ilrtinn. Address
M en f 1 ; 1 g o h n i'litno o.. Hoi gQ5H, N. Y.
SCENTS WANTED to th NFW BOOK.
JtilMTSt. sll Iho i J'nrni Crop. In th Bmit Vmrnsri
Breed, Feed srd CA-oforetookiOro-w 1'ruiti AIuacs
Sr?J?"".'n'""' Ilanpy Comm. and "
iBvery Fsrnnr elionld have a copr. 8AO Vmnarnl
40Illo?trtion.. Srnd lor c rcul "rs to
. C. .HcCHitOV Jt CO., St. I.ouli, Ms,
BOO COOD ACENTS WANTED TO SELL
Thl 8und.nl Family Medical Work offiTa Orraler
Inducement. n K"id Aentatlian anv other book
now publulied. It hua no rival. Enilomd bY all
rjo!?1;!8 Pby.t;la"-. K'-il,-d In every family.
1065 l'agps. Maiiltaomvly Pruned, ftl:hlrll.
lnslraled, Hub.tuiiliaUy Hound. Vol circulars anii
Wriu, adJro.a Ju.Ntd 131103. CO., CiociuutU, O.
FREE TO ALL PRISES.
"TOTICK l horcb.r eiven toiilltlio roHilern
il of till" jmper, nnd nil "tlieirnlKldnand llu'lr
conslnn and tlicir amito," tbrouijliout the U'llt
ed Slutei" and Cunuilj, that
will be cnt one yonr
Vh a. Free CJift!
to every newly married conplo whoso ndilres.
and 10 ct'iita to pay for poHtnifo U sent to (he
publisher uiUhln one iearfrmn the date iff their
Peion aendlne for tlili present ore request
ed to "end a copy of a pupur containing a notice
of'tlitir marriage, or sonm other evldi'nee that
hall umount lo a reasonable pr.f that they are
entilled to the mairazine under the above ofT.-r.
Addreas TUB HOl'SKHEHOLU, Brattlehom,
Vermont. a lm
RMINS FOB PROFIT
same time p"
to meeting the ri
who are especially invited to in
Hpect our goods and prices before
having their orders filled. The
assortment ia complete in every
line, and sufficiently large to
supply any demand that can be
made upon it. In the lines of
Our stock embraces the most
beautiful styles, and the most du
rable in quality, An inspection
of these goods cannot fail to give
April 16 tf.
TC tn I,)riDI;rdnj home,. Sample $5 free
3 IU $ZUAMre grimoN Co., Portland
Vlairie. :t-'itt ly
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