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The Aberdeen Weekly
Clubbing Arrangement. By pnylnjr In advance for one yeftt you can secure the Aberdeen VVekklt anil ei ther of tlie following papers or periodicals at the price opposite their respective names : Weekly Cpttrler-Jotirnnl, for... $3 00 " New Orleans Democrat 8 00 tt Philadelphia Times, n a x ' Chicago How 2 JO Cincinnati Cotumi.ui . . ,u Godey's laitly's Book, monthly.....".,.. ei I Feterson't Mafrazlne, monthly., 3 50 I Viclc's Floral Magazine, monthly.,.,.. 3 m Journal of Agriculture St. Lottifc. 2 f0 Local. j-All matter Intended for publication, or changes to be made in advertisements, must positively be in by Wednesday flight to insure proper attention the next issue. New Schedule. Train leaves 7:10 a. m. " arrives, !:35 a. m. Vares 4:2(1 p. m. " uiTrve. C:35 p. m. A JfXO UNCEM EJS tS. We arc anlhorlzed to announce Col. Jno. A. Blaih, of Lee, a candidate tor Congress in the rtrst district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. " Mrs. J. 3. Bnsby, of Memphis, is visiting relatives in the city. Notice to Privilega Tax-Payers. All persons who are required by law to procure a privile license in their business ire hereby notilied that a failure to do the same will sub ject lliem to the penalty pre scribed In Code of 18S0. E. L. SYKES, SheiHl and T. C. Monroe Co., Miss. If you want good bread, call for "Golden l'atent," at W. F. McDonald & Co's" Ladies Kidd Button with low 1i&g at B. R.HwarA Son's, As we go to press the witnesses for the State vs Arthur Shaw are being examined, In all there are 67 witnesses. Oen. Finley for the State, and Davis, McFarland & Paine for Dclense. LEE & MURPHY have on hand a superb stock of fancy and stick andies. also a large assortment of choice shelf groceries, all of which they oiler for sale cheaper than the cneapest. 01 ti. A large line of LADLES'. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE, Latest styles in Tlain and Fancy colors, at I. Matkk s, next to Gattman's Bank. It gives us pleasure to welcome Mr. td Mrs. Chas. A. Kldon, late of New York City, to citizenship. Mr. Eldon is a pharmaceutist of large experience and comes to Aberdeen to take the place with J. W. Eckford, resign ed by Mr. Fred Gilman. IF YOlTwAKT Mower, Reaper, Engine, Pratt's Brown's or Vftinnikle's Cotton Gins, Saw Mill, 801-gnm Machinery Fence Wire. OR I?? FACT AXYTHINQ I!t Agricutural Implements or Machin ery, We can furnish you at bottom prices. LAXN & CAKTER'S BEvery one who has tried the mixed paints, sold'hy Sliell & Tindalhsavthey arc the best Paints in the world. 'I'hcy have J net received a new supply. Fred Oilman so'einn-faced but devilish and dear old Fred duly departed on last tirtiay for his new place in a wholesale drug house fn N"ew"York City. Here is to your health, Mr. and Mrs. rc&, may you live long And prosper, and after a while . send a little Fred down here to speak the Rood )oek and virtues of his parents. Don't forget that W. F. McDonald & Co., Iiave just received a lot ot that celebrated flour, the -Kentucky Hoyal." Call 011 them. JSTHMl ifcTindall have the best assort ment of Toilet Soaps in town, and sell them at remarkubty low prices. The Aukiidkbn Wkkxly office received 01. Tuesday an excellent Jobl'rcssand will in a few days receive a large and varied as sortment ot the latest styles of job type, and will All all orders for job work neatly, ex peditiously and cheaply. Carpets. All grades of Carpets, Kugs and Mat r loor uu-cioiiis. jnuiiiiipn,cw,uniiinii"iiij' low prices, at Stern Bro's. 21-tjl Jfiy-Crockcry. China and Glassware, tlie largest stock in the State, at Stern Bro's. r.4-tjl Mrs. W. T. Tiller and family lenV! on this evening's train to join her husband in ids new home, Meridian. Willie Tiller will baYe a case lh the Mercury office. We wish to assure the Mercury that there is no better typ or better boy than Willie, upright, hon tat, polite and quick, he will serve the Mer cury well and faithfully. All grades of Cloth Shoes at li. 11. Howard & Son's. BfiMIats, J-Caps, 8-Gcnfs Furnish ing Goods, jrKnitted Underwear. Etcnt Btern Bro's. n4-tjl A new fire company was organized at the Mayor's office on last Friday night by the election of the following officers: J W Howard Foreman O W Elkin 1st its. J C Wicks S " " W J Webb Jr-3" M A Dnlton Secretary M arris Stern Treasurer A menihershin of twentv-five or thirty was enrolled. By laws and Constitution etc., etc., adopted. The Material Is the best of the town and we expect great things for the Company when their beautittil little Steamer arrives. Mcluley, Lewis &, Robinson, DENTIHT8, Monu.R, Am, isr. jvuiiinnuii ui tut) nouve iiiui 10 now ,.1 r 11..- - t 1. Aberdeen. Persons desiring: Ids ser- ices win uu wen iu i-un un nini. umuo tltA l.iii'iwin nmiue.. rniim a. I'J. Gullet and Eagle 6IHS. Cultou TressBis, Corn Milln AMD TENNESSEE w-AGONS, FOR SALE BY McHillan & King. Elkin 4 Sykes' old stand, 84 Commerce St. ABKRDEEX, MISS. Another great calamity has befallen our fair town ol Aberdeen. At two o'clock Tuesday morning a fire was discovered In the frame kitchen of the European House, a gale was Wowing at the time from the south east., and although the fire company and many citizens were promptly on hand, and arduously workinc. the fire trained steady headway, catching to Oldshue & McMillan on tire west and to the Holliday & McFarland stores on the east, in less than two hours time the European House the Gregg house (Oldshue & McMillan) the Holliday bouse were in ashes, and the Mc- ariana tiouse rendered worse thfin service less, besides a frame bouse occupied by Genevay, the gunsmith, was torn down by orders from the authorities, thus Is two short hours our town lost four valuable two story brick and one frame house, valued in the aggregate at fifteen or sixteen thousand dollars, besides heavy losses sustained by Oldshue & McMillan, II. C. Roberts, propri etor of the European House and other min or losses. The total insurance as we gath er it amounts to $lfi,o00, insufficient by sev eral thousands of dollars to cover losses. Fires like murders, robberies and hang ings, must be epidemic Aberdeen has had the fire epidemic badly, thisycar, seven fires since the 1st ot January, two of which came nigh destroying the town in toto. There is one thing however that we thank God for, and that Is that in no instance of the seven, can one single shadow, trace or sign of inceadrlalsm be seen, Wiis should lend the losers a proud satisfaction as they mourn over their smouldering ruins, and to the community as well. To Our Friends and Customers. We are again on our feet, and ready, willing and waiting to sell cheap groceries, for cash, being unable to sell on any other terms. We solicit the the patronage of the public, and assure our friends we are notjdead yet. R. A. HONEA & SON. .'a 21 3m The best eating in the land Is the Dcnker Ham, and you can get them cheap, at W. F. McDonald & Co's. Postponed. Owing to the heavy and boistrous rain fall of Tuesday evening, theprogramniear- ranged for that time, by the ladies wf the Memorial Association, could not be carried out, consequently the oration from Col. Blair was postponed fltitil Wednesday eve ning the 17th lust., at the Court House at 4 P. M. sharp. The graves were decorated during the morning, an the programme Yip to the hour of march was fully carried out. Mrs.T. B. Sykes, president of ths Mem orial Association, took a large and energet ic interest in the day and occasion, and we must beg to compliment her upon the thor oughness of the work done, interrupted at the last moment by the elements. Wanted Vegetables at the Gordon House. Those who can dispose of them to call or send In the afternoon when orders will be given as to the quiinsity wanted. u tyriick and Nine. M.-iav miserable people drar themselves about with failing strength, feeling that they are steadily sinking into their graves, when by using Parker's Ginger Tomo they would find a cure commencing with the first dose, and vitality and strength quickly and surely coming back to lliem. 50 4w We have great respect and great personal liking for the present Board of Selectmen, but it docs occur to us, as it has no doubt to nine-tenths of the taxpayers, thattheygo it pretty steep on the subject of salaries ; $1,000 for the Mavor. plus perquisites, equal to $1,500. The Marshall, $75.00 per month, plus perquisites, equal to, say 51,200 per year; $40.00 per month each for two police men, $960 per year; Selectmen, $100 each, $(!00 per year, te the city atotal annual out lay of $3,400 for official service alone. We do not include in thisestimatc the $300 paid the tax collector. The amount is entirely inadequate to service performed, and bond required. However, these gentlemen are all as large, if not larger tax-payers than ourself and if they can stand it, we can, only in our iudurement official salaries should bear a fair proprortion to private earnings, mspDr. Itobinson is now in Aberdeen Office at the Gordon House, room No. 12 JUST KEUEIVED Ladies French Kidd Button. " Kidd Foxed " " Side Lace. ,1 Frot In all the latest styles, at R. Howard a son's. Wb (vrtnlnlv have tlie larirest nnd most afvliuli nRunrtiiient in Men's Jiovs und cliil- Hren'g 8TUAW HATS, from tlie lowest Cliin to tlie best Manilla hat that was ever brought here, and will be sold at astonish ingly 10W prices. oiBim unun. Our stock of nuniburir Edoinos and In- SKnTIMOS, TOHOHOUS, MIRICOURT, OltlKNTAI,, EdKMWKIS. SPANISH Ut'IlTBR, and Oilier Ijtces, is the most complete ever ottered hero. aTBKN BROS. Important Patent Suit. Mast, Foos & Co., and R. Bean, of Sprlnfr tleld, yestcrdav brought suit in the United Mintes Circuit "Court at Utica ajrainst Clark Brothers, of Belmont, N. Y..maniifactiircrg of the Champion Force l'tmip, clanninfc nn inlrinjroment of four different patents on force pumps. Mast, Foos & Co., manufac ture, the Buckeye Pump and cltiru to coyer a very valuable feature of the modern force pump. The bill was tiled by Wood & Boyd, of Cincinnati, Ohio, nnd F. K Brown, of Canandaijjua, N. Y., attorneys tor comp-laitiants, TO YoungIVIen ! All young meh contemplating marriage, will find it to their interest to call on Wicks & Eckford, Insurance Agents, old Spratt & French bank building. 50 a Stealing! he Bible. The Bible that, has done, solemn servico in the United States Senate for 11 fly-three years, and on which every Senator during mat period has taken the constitutional oath, and which he has kissed in presumes! sincerity, has been stolen. The supposition is, says a dispatch, Unit it was taken as a "lie. Of what use it could be to any one as a itu. when at any time, on the discov ery of it, it coma u reclaimed, is not seen. Besides, it is a copy 01 ia.o hii,i0 that is probably by no means the oneof.tsi-uui.n Bibles purchased are usually preserved. This one does not contain the atitoirrnnhs of Senators to distinguish it from an v other. the touching ot lips upon It has not left visible impressions. It is not like a work of art, a single production, and therefore of particular intrinsic value. There are, un doubtedly, several other copies of this edi tion in existence, any one 01 wincii, it not. distinctively marked, might be palmed oil for the Senatorial treasure, although not upon authorities at Washington. It can be of no special value to thief, lie dare not oiler it, for sale. He may expect a reward to be offered for its return; but if so, he Is probably doomed to disappointment. Or lie may have taken it through some vindic tive motive. If be has, as supposed, pur loined It as a relic, it is something that neither he nor his children's children can ever show outside the family circle. The presumption is that he has stolen it in the expectation of a reward for it, Wretches sometimes invade the grave and carry otl its contents in the hope of a reward for restoration. Sometimes wretches will rob the "poor box" at the entrance door ot churches. But to steal the Bible when any body unable to'purchase one can have a copy by asking for it, is something that is In conceivable except on the hypothesis of Insanity, or malice or a strange greed. When Shakspeare wrote of those who wear the livery ot Heaven to serve the dev il in. lie wrote of another class of Bible thieves. "The devil can quote Scripture," he says, and it is true that where the text of the Scripture is plain, a perversion of it is a theft of its meaning. This does not ap ply to disputed passages, nor to various in terpretations of certain passages on which honest creeds are founded. It lias reference solely to those who seek to palliate misdeeds ny uisconneciea quotations irom tne noiy W rit. This is stealing the Bible in a more heinous sense tlian feloniously taking it in its material form and binding from another. To torture the Bible out of its signification for the purpose of cotidoninir moral offenses or of excusing civil ones, is theft of the Highest degree, although it may not be w cognized as such in thcCrlminial Code. It steals the honesty of the Scriptures and puts uisnonesty in its piace. rtrous tncin ot sin cerity which it replaces with insincerity, This kind of sacrilegious theft is common but it Is no less abhorrent. While it may occasionally case a guilty conscience, tnerc nas been virtually a breaking ot at least one of the Commandments, a' Commandment whichitis hoped the thief of the Senate Bible wul read to lus own advantage San Fran cisco Bulletin. The Bible has been returned to the Senate Chamber as mysteriously as it went. the Highest Rank, Made from bnrmlcss materials, and ndnnt- ed to the needs of fading and falling hair rarKcrs iiair jiuisain nas tanen t lie lugliest ranK as an elegant and reliable hair restor ative. 50 4w a?"ITave your Presciiptions prepared at Shell & Tindall's Drug store. In that line they are first-class, as they make that nspe. tuuty in iiieir uusuicss. Messers. J METZGER & Co., Are now receiving and opening a complete line 01 .spring Woods, comprising, in detail, home, school or ball use. In their Dress Goods department can be found the latest styles 111 Huntings, Ja panese silks, Linen Lawns, Ala- paccas. etc. Their Notion de partment is full of everything new, uselul ana novel. Boys, youths and men's cloth ing in every grade of goods, from a cotton, to suits of the finest tex ture. Their line of Gents' Fur nishing goods are large and vari ed. Boots, Shoes and Ha ts they have, of all styles and prices ; in fact, your interest is be3t served by calling and examining their several lines, when buying. No. 77 Commerce 6treet. 43 tf Tlie End of the World. Richard W. Proctor, the astronomer, has created quite a scare recently. He ventur ed to suggest that perhaps the world would come to ait end about the year 1897. The comet of 1068, one of the geatest upon rec ord, returned in 1843, and some astrono mers believe it will reappear In 1897, so near the sun that it may fall into it. If its substance Is solid or if accompanied by me teorites composed ol'substantial matter, the effect of its fall upon the sun would be to develop a vast amount of heat throughout the solar system, and so destroy all auimiil and vegetable life upon .this globe. 'J'hnt such accidents do happen throughout the universe is very probable, for it is known that stars suddenly blaze out and then dis appear forever. A star in the Northern Crown in 1866 for a few days shown out with a wonderfully increased light, clearly due to an addition to its temperature, and such an accident may happen to our suu. It Is known that the best portions of our globe were at one time subject to glacial action, that is, icebergs and a frozen sea covered the greater part of the northern hemisphere. The sun at that time must have withdrawn some of Its heat, and a ca tastrophe of an entirely different character may also occur, nowevcr, 1897 is some time off yet. Then, tt is not settled the com et of '43 is due at that time, and furthermore there are serious doubts as to whether the fall of a comet into the sun would have any appreciable effect. Astronomers have rea son to believe that the earth has been sev eral times touched by the tail of a comet, without its inhubitunce being aware of it. It is hardly worth while keeping awake at night, thinking over the possible elloct of a comet striking the sun in 1897. From Dew orvA't Monthly Jor.May. AfulllineofmiKSS TKtMMINQS In all the newest styles at lower prices than ever oflered in this market. STEltX BUOS. nrifTV'COK()AN8a7 8top 10 Bet Reeds ULHI I I OOiilv ftlil. Hanos f.'r lip. Kar trTnTheTTniiucciiient liady W'lito o' call on 4 DO ly BE ATT IT, Wushinstun, N. J State VniTersity at Oxford. When the Univer sity was founded, the United States dona ted certain tracts of land to the institution to be converted into un endowment fund. The lands were sold and the money placed In the State Treasurv. A"""' "uS tlm mo , uoeu uy the State. Two years ago the State acknowledged this debt nnd agreed to pay 6 per ceut. interest on tbe debt which amounts annually to about $32,000, from this it will be seen that pecun iarily it makes not one cents difference to the State whether there are 200 or 2000 students at the University. And for this very reason, the elephant that the State has on its hands at StarkvlUe Is proving and will continue to prove a very costly affair. The State is paying at the rate of from eighty to a hundred thousand dollarsa year for touting, boys at the A. & M. College, when the University is ready and able to give the same or better advantages toevi-ry student in the State and support itself on its own Income, at the same time making a saving to the Slate annually of from eighty to a hundred thousand dollars. These lig ures may be a little startling to those who have not given the matter thought, but due consideration will prove them correct and worthy the careful attention of our politi cal eolons who plume themselves on taking extra care of the ''dear people's money." Oxford Falcon. IlEPnusEXTATiVK Muuiitow, of Mississip pi, lias made one of the most notable speech es in opposition to the Tariff Commission bill so far delivered in the House, lie spoke for the agricultural class, which comprises an overwhelming majority of his constituents, and, representing their inter ests, he discussed the question in a broad and national spirit, looking at the practical results of tariff legislation rather than its political tendencies. Mr. Muldrow declin ed to accept protection arguments based upon the difference of wages between pro tective America and free trade England, witli the protective countries of continen tal Europe, thereby showing clearly that, as between these nations lying so near to gether, the rate ot wages was much higher in England than in cither France or tier many, where extreme protective principles prevail. Washington I'ust WOMAN. rnoCMMATION I'HKHPOM FOR WOMICV. What is the right of the ballot to women compared wiui ucr privilege ol enjoving liealtii and Happiness 111 the charmed circle of her social and domestic relations? Among the many discoveries tending to promote the happiness and advancement of the human race, nothing is so Intimately connected with the health and happiness of women the centre and source of our highest earthly enjoyments as the discov ery of n remedy which meets her peculiar wants, and tits her for the enjoyment of life, and tor ministering to the lia'ppinessof those with whom she is associated in the tender relations of sister, wife ami mother. Tills remedy is found in Dr. .1. liiadtle.ld's Female Kegulator. "Women's Hcst I-'ricnd." By it woman Is emancipated from the ills peculiar to her sex. Before its magic pow er all irregularities of the womb vanish. It cures "whiles" suppression of t lie "menses," and removes uterine obstructions. It cures constipation and strengthens tlm system, braces the nernes and purities the 'blood, and tints doing, it does more for her. and through her, for the whole human family than any discovery of modern times, ft never fails, as thousands of women will tes tify. Prepared by !);.. I. Bmdllcld. Atlanta Oa. Trice: trial si.t-, 75c; large sie. $M. For 6ale by all druggists. 00 tin NEW ADVERTISE MENTS. Out -IlIuiMtH Lfrotof the Jrikm Brothcm it en larked to GOO Pbiui with 70 111 ut ration!, and is coninTeia including the Death ami Burial of 4mc Wealsoitluftrate the killing, the house, fesse Jsmes after death, liii wife, hia twochildren born in outlawry, the Fords who made the capture .etc.also full-pnp cngratring of Gov. Crittenden. AUEKTg WANTED. Circulars free. Outfiu40rU. This is the only true history. Bwarf of smaller editions. Onit KlMant Uluntrftt4 Tolnate f SOO PaM. Secure only the cibcinwati run.,w. MirfMi una in vane?!. kVest 4tli St., Cinctnr.ntl. O. I TO LADIES ONLY ! I W will Mtnd 1 RoanMftil Rllvaa.ntktl U-tt V.IK. 1 1 BfianUriil Hllwjtlt4 NuKr Hh-tl , l Hook, "Unnfr j 1 of tbe Klowrr , " 641 pir-s full size TomI Huilf, with I 9 rianoaccomrjanlmant. retail tnm & t.Y Slk -, .rh gat stores ; and t beautiful MhntraUd Hvatlne, three 1'"" r"" iMrortcin Mamin ar sent ! pwtaeni and parkinj; expenses. Address I I tfl.CfTJWirf IiTO., PMl.l(rt,l(tHsUi7HC,II.TJ 51 1 in rla fr-'TTHIJLHTV wanted lor lie 1, vcsimd EJ .&xJduHULIl I u Adventure of tin; outlaws feranks Jesse James IjigKSf Complete and iintliontlc account of fcjlheM! hold highwaymen. The latest inlor EVmalioii aliout the shootini; nt Jesse. The Inmost, intereslinif and exeitliti; book ever written. Fully illustrated. Complete, out jj< ly mail, Forty iCenl. pi TERMS VEKY LIBERAL. ORSHEE & YcMAKIN Cincinnati, O. Ladies' Jmporium. We respectfully call the attention of the "public and the ladies especially, to the fact that on WEDNESDAY APRIL 5IH, WB WTX OPKN A Ladies' Furnishing House, I'NPEIl TUB 6TVI.B NAME OF THE Ladies' Emporium Up-Stairs over C T. Gilford's Jew elry Store, Comnierco street, ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. Hnvlne secured the services of Mls 1) A. PUCK ITT, late of Memphis, Telin., a lady ol nuieli experience, and tasle as Manager and Atrent aiid a house with a view to a more ex tended business in tlio line of twriinYNinvri la than li nstial In this section, and to meet a want lonir felt by the Ladies ot this part of our Stale of a First Class Ketahlishment where they can secure every article of a ladies' wardrohe at one establishment, ofthe latest styles ; and she hav ing returned Irom the East where she purchns- en one ui ine largest and most Iieaiitilul stock of goods ever liromxht to this market, avoiding t lie principal lines of other merchants as far n JESSE FRANK JAMES practicable, to find our house destroyed hy lire, and hcinir compelled to reduce our" stock to the dimensions of our new place, anil liuvins; purchased our goods lor cash, with a view to sell lor cash alone, we are satislled we can sell for lower tiir.ires than such goods can I c obtained in the market. Wo will be prepared with neatness and dis patch, to manufacture every character of La dies' and Children's Wear in tiic latest styles. As we have nude ariiingcuiei ts with the best houses Eust to purchase small orders at whole sale prices, wo feel assured that we can make it to the interest of all wi tling to make orders for such goods as wo do mil keep, to orilei through us 45 ly ii 3i nt pjn & to. E. S. HEWES Books and S Stale Pencil, Crayons, Paper, Envelopes, Etc., E Books TL Wc are opening a inut C umjilul e Stork Of Ever shown in this marku', niniprising every thing in tlio s, DRESS GOODS 7 CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOJ?S H T S me' eery. hilLvi Our Prices Will lie THE LOWEST IN THE MARKET. And Buy its uVstrntis of saving moitfy enn do bo by ctuling 011 ns. JSTEiEiX o Wi Il.uif iV Kriias -Sri 9. i r. rn IU9 t II! Will now close out tlu.'ir winter STOC K OF Boat. Shoe Hats -AT- i GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 15 rliiflT 'lie mono yuml sro liow low Httnis and pliors i-an tm sold. On1' Mi. Win. H';ul now in Hie K:i;-ti rn nnu'Ut ls huyhiLr "in if largest and most ioiii'!.'U' ta!t ami winli r'blficks that was cwr I'ri.Ui-Iit to tlii- i' . C.ill at Un olil n lialdi' l!oot and iSli'ir hiu-f, nt,d yon will Ik1 plciiM-'il in (M'ict-h and jiiuii'y o t.-idr-. l.onur expiM'icncL! uivt!ri Ihi'in 1 lit- ndvantau'L' in I'UM iii'ss uud llicy telling jjmnl.- chrnpi-r 1 han any liousu in town . It, ii 4i 71 Commerce Street Parlor has Q4 u KOIIS KOVS M HT.1. AVc have ptiiclmseil. titled up in fine style and inovoil into the liiiihlin;,' lorinerly oc cupied hv Louis i!".v. where we will lie glad to meet till our friends and customers. ii eairy u full and complete line of Boots and Shoes HATS, rs. 1!I..(KI(1. BIUSIIKS. s i f i I-; rdi.isii. And even the host of Slioc-Slriivrs. We also keep a splendid usim'tim-nt of Uriit'n I n de i car, liillari, Ec. Our Stock is Large and Varied, Ik'injr tliaiikl'nl lor pal favors. e are de ti'I'iiiined to keep up otirstock to, Iil V( II1.A1 ANHSI LI. ( il J' Al'. And give our eiistonieis tlie liest of fr.iod. for tlKi smallest protils possihle. ELKIN & SYKES. 850 RKWAHH! 50 To iinv one JiltliWed williciiu.i.swlio k.0 will try tin' SinillM-rn Chill Cure ami i.O iails t( sreuro ri'liof. One iiark:iri j(50 coMinno 1 ,'i'lhtr. irry of pot:ro, ip,:0 ourea 'imHtK.rv Suit euro. SiX) NH'T HKiiN Cm 1 1. 1 Vku Co.. louic,(lu All If 1111 PUffCiiliOl :io till Dec. :ti. O f I V? '-;-. T, I ill i. f i iiii v eoiejel, I'V l,ei:e lalen;, f1 I Sjjl?A .y.i ' "l!(i tl.e rlelil ..f .Monroe i'"Ulit has h. en pur y!5.S".. , !?" an., j elal-e, hi ine. 1 1 ah. lie have the aillhontv IK ti k j to sell in IhiM-nmity. 1 have no iie-.-nl. nnil ! i v.klArSwatV Y rTl hereliy nolilk i p,ir,nis .ifaint pm i haim: i XtSii'-M . inm, any on, ,l,e. 2 Is&JzCL O D T,'UUQ: i .Ste..ji4L WWI - lrn :iml rmlil lur steaiii. water r! Jn-A i ' 7r 9? " l'"Hi r f rar?" loinphle i'rei-n h.niil poi, I xA"J 1 llmve, -team .,r water ,. I ItVd 1 f" Ul l)elivi.reil ut A h, n Ui Hi HU91U UUUUII am (Whitfield Block) WIIOI.KSALE AND KETA1J, DEALEKS IX tationery. at Publishers' March JO 1- Livery Stables J. D. MORGAN AT THE 'OSliV KTAM). U:ivinL' bnitdit out 1ln'c Slnlilcs and Mmk. 1 will he i'-nnxl iit my SMilc at all time n-mly to " nil 011 my eu.-tonuTb, rt'.iriJlr.- f t phi Mi or rxjH'itH. 1 11111 j'p-p iritii: for cwrytliiiiir in my line nl WlHlirss, litiif to liilW lilt' J 1 T I- m ;t UT- ol till w i -1 1 i 1 1 14 iitij tiling in my il i.- m sit uny Iroulilc (hi- nit- to wait un mv cu-Kniri, un i.-t PMMinaU.ij trnns, KjH-ctliillv, J. I). MJKA.V. m O fed P CSS i 1 C3 - 3 H w o New Meat Market .1. r. ioit(iA. I have opepeil n Me -.tantl. and tt ill h.-reaft with my Family (In.i". ri it Mar r keel l;et miieetioii ; EI! ESt I JIh . i T fiirside. None hut the Lest of K.-ef, p,U ami Mutton will he ot!,-r. il p. tin- puMlc. All my 1 . -1 1 1 -1 ! l" : 1 1 -r w ill I'.- ihine Ly ej. rleliei-il huteh ITS, and iruaiailteeil to he a lliee a- l-atl he hall in the market. .1. 1). .MUKliA.N. r, US-tf I am now fully prejiare i till all Southern Standard Cotton on il ;l 1 1 jurtirfi dr-ifin to I'tiild a I'P.'fi, ti;:!,i do well l Sfc tir r' M -i-nnui mc in fuit- I'lin ha.-iiiL' or I u i i 1 1 n lt a jov-s. T1m arc now well -tMLilii-'!Kd, ami Ii.ivl1 rm tliomniflilv Ifstn! in 1 lii- i--unty. and IkiV.- .r-.Vf( to I.-, not only tin- clu aj'f-t, lni! tin- l'st in. in n-L-. noise M r, 4 ;.:;. r I'n! on ,ier .. 110 1)0 Mi.s Aih!re,-s 1 JiiTfiiri.i., Ahenlecn, .Miss. I A GRAM nfitfRiTiM !01 U6 1 1 1 b 06 Aberdeen Weekly due year tor only !:?.M. To pupi l's for little more t itan tlie price of one. Ily payiti'.' n t,:J.SK yon will receive for mic vi-iir vniir limne paper with the ! Hir.lt-,jOJ'H !., the n-pnwiit- ttlivc paper ul' tin' South, titi'l the liest. In ielttesi nti'l alih'l family weekly in 1 In- j I llileil St:ile-i. Thuse who iloire to evim- i ine a saniple cniy of tlie t l'tl 11 it.il JOI !! 3, can ilo so at this iilli.c. MM'jli CURED I! i IOto9rt DAYS. THOUSANDS of Teferciupt fn'm iMons urr-i. No pmt luitll CurtML tir, J. HTU'llESn LebaaoBi O CIVEW AWAY. Zimmerman Fruit Dryer Ilow and for Terms, Addnii ZIMMERMAN FRUIT DRYER CO., Cincinnati, O. And Morphine Hiitjit otii ' euft'il in fmm in to W rlavH nu pnv till rnp-1. l-.st;itiliK(it'l in Vfiirs, l.tMi cured. U'-fi-r t" ptiticntf in nil purta f thecuutitry. Ir. r. K. Murah, Qiilnry, Micb. Ncn-Resident Notice Tin Kft.itn of .1. Dui'iut, fa'wwn 'il-Tln- S'ulr of MissisMipi t . Kinn!iin' 81 an f. irtl ti'f-lmml, John Stan- ; foul, Luinar couiitv, AI:tl-:iU:i. p t t'llif un known ; M-'iiiuu' I'll Htul Ihi-'kimi!, Anscll ri'-rrc, MiM'inv, AI:ilifiMi: ; (.Vi'li.inuc lljuiiK'r nv. 1 -a m n r. iniin'.rs, Kiaitklin ffuml v, i Aliilmuiii, post ollii't' unknown nnil .lurnb Dun 1111, SuhiH' i-uutil, Trxii!-, pol (illict unknitwn. Vt'U lirii CliIlMlKHiUril 1o iijipi-nr hrlurr Hit Chancery mini it' Monroe county ins.iiil StiiU1 at Monthly llules be Ion; the Clcrli ot said euurt Oil MONDAY .II:m: 5lli, lss to tihow cause if any ion can. wl,v the tlnal nc eellnt ol f. C. J-iirtol j id niini-t ni'.ir ul tlie cs- lalc of .1. I. D.oinci', lie, ei.Mli, 11- il an,l lllcil sh. mill not healloncil ami mill ailinini;- tt'ilt.il' llnulll illselLir. i. 'ven 1. nili t my I land anil scr.l ol said ei.nrt, April 21, lva. II. S. (ill.I.I-.YI.FV, 1 , (1,',k J. M. Ai-kkr, Solicitor lor A.lminii-iiatoi. '.i ."it I) EXT 1ST, A PKi;i)KE, MISS. Orvnr In Kilt ranee. tlie (iiiiilon House 1 .iidii U Urn & CO., t S Prices! IisA.aO.JIi- JDx oss-Make; MILLING!: Over M:i1ln iiy'-;Fiii iiit urt- ?toi c oin-i III CUI'lliT u'f Cullllin-n-i; llllil Mr.'l i AliKHDKEN, MIS.-1 W'nnM the puMi U It tH ill. ! cFpeetfully inl'iinn tVi tfem-niiivl that ihvy arc II kiml- i.t DRESShMAKKv Anil Ki i j mitt a 1 1 1 ly on hand port nivmt of Of flic Lalrcl st; li. nnil I'veri 'liiiiL' i.: ; I I'm, rv hue, l.ieli w ill be sulit at X'.ii market prices. Cm. ai." tlx-m a;-ll,Lr . Ii.e here Mumi IS till ect. 1 JAS B. DOWD- (Surviving Partner of UnwoiV: Dims. ATTOUXKY AT I.A'. AllGHllCCN, Mli-S. Prompt attention irivi-n to all business entni.: eit to him. jyoilici So. M Coiuiiu'Mi; street mm Bnowys ikon nrrrrns a- n certain euro for all disease requirinfl a complete tonic; espe cially Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter mittent Fevers, Want of Appetite, Ijoss of Strength, Lack of Energy, etc. Enriches tho blood, strength ens tho muscles, and Rives new life to the nerves. Acts liko charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, Buch as tastinfj the lbod, liclcliinR, Ilcat in the, Stomach, HcarU'nrn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will nit blacken the teeth or Rive headache. Sold by all Drug gists at $l.oo a bottle. CUOWX CIIEMICAJj CO. Baltimore, Md. flvclliM nil Iron ntllcn Rrc Pi"i OrtmviU Co. Mill l.ve ernMSfil r.1 li'its uu.l Irudc maik ou winpivc BEWAR OF IMITATIONS. AKEKDEF.X Hsrss ui lull Market, W llllI l'.SAI.I- AMI UTAH, Always on ILmd, a Choice Supply or Horses and Muies r.tiiii: All !:l Fspi ciislly lor this Market. Sdit'li Wiin isnlcfl ns lepro sciited. J. W. EOWAED. ,l:in. "J" William Whitfield Till'. BLACKSMITH Cii.Ot:iti- lower iUtiVum wrli.) T n'putril thi! Ut'M Smilli to sli.- lar-. Norlli Mii--'i.-sippi. Wiii'in-vfr you w.iin i- in tiuit line, done M-ieiitiiii-aliy :iiul m.': vily, c.ili on him . - ' 1 PATE li T ol.'aineil. and all tutsint ss i i the 1 . S. I1; (Mllec, or in the (.'imrts alliildeil !o for Ml.ll' KIUTK KKKS. U-iii'i- .ipp .-iie the V. !. Patent f .Hi. r. , eel-din t'Ai'i'.sr iiiiNiss rxci.t'si- LY, and can ohtaiii patent ill lc.-s time -.. lleise relnote ti'iim Vahllltin. Wile!) tlleitel ill r;lV!PLr 1 Sent W'r- ailllM' i to p.ilelllll'.ilitv free n t' clllll'ee ; llllit M"'.: ltli Nu i;ii.i;iii;" im.f,?s we obtain tv KNT. We refer, here, and to the l'ost Mush v. -. Sin.t. of tlie Moiicv OviK r Tliv., ami li. oliki.i ot ihe L'. S. Patent otle e. K i" eircnhir. ailM."" term-ami reference to sictti.il Clients in vine own !!,i'.e im' eoiintv, atlilt'ess ' ('. A SNOW A CO Opposite Patent ollic-, Wa-hinton, L. ' Coin T nrro ii rauijij 'Ottw uufeo. flavins e-t.ililtslti'il our Saw MiH the Shell A S:-m old Mill stand. Alietd'en Miss., where they will pay the hihesf prices for Saw-Luis of nil kind. i sifiKsiiicii Will do well I usee u before scllinff. A. A l'OSK Y A: HKO. fi 2!l lv m i a Mm .'l'iii"t. I'll lili.'s. and It-iskcts. clietip nov.-ttJ- lit Ste bul.