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rour uiBMiN, mss. FRIDAY MORNING AUG. 16. IWO Miss Msggie Davis, of Now Iberia, La., I» a visitor at Mrs. Kelley'a Miss Delia Lum. of Vloksburg, is on a visit to her relatives at Ihe residence ot Mr. Parker. Mr. and Mr*. .1. B. Allen and Mr«. Kinily Briscoe arc absent on a trip to Chattanooga. Mr. L. W. Hogan, of Smodcs station, who lias many friends here, was in town last .Saturday. Misse« Itosa and Nora Foote are vis iting Mr. C. O. Watson's family, in Washington county. We regret to learn that Miss Julia .Montgomery is quite ill at Belmont, the family homestead. Miss Bertha Newman, of New Or leans, formerly of Port Gibson, is vis iting Misa Julia Calm. Mrs. L A. Wyatt, of Jackson, with her infnut son, is visiting her brother, Mr. l\ W. Burch, near town. Itcv. Mr. Brownlee departed last Mouday to visit his old home in Penn sylvania. lie will be absent several week a. Mr. Dan Willis lias moved into his house ou College street, which has just been turned over to him by contractor Griffith. Our young friend, A. K. Brashear' returned this week from Idixiugton, J\v„ having just graduated iu the com mercial college there. I j»*t Saturday Mr. J. il. Gordon ami Win. Calm started to New York, i»Jli>i«i'>ii ami other markets to purchase ill and whiter stocks of goods. * ■ Mrs. S. M. HHmcoc is down from ^■h-kfcburg on a visit to lier pareuts, >1 .»uni Mrs. lten liuinphicy». Mr.Sam ^Briscoe returned to Vicksburg yester Kp*y. I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hastings, Mr«. If)I M. Colson and Mr. H. C. Kelley nt ndcil * ho meeting of Ihe grand lodge Knights and Ijtdiea of Honor, at Ai-ivon this week. Mr. Aaron Titehe, who has been in I I »alias, 'fox., on a visit siucc May, has I »ought n half interest in n large dry f oods biiNineM there, and will make liât city bis home. Misa Maggie, second «laughter of I Mr. It. K. Gordon,started last Monday I to rhiladclphia. We leant that she ■ ill reside there hereafter, at the home of one of lie» «mils. Mr. IT. D. Bufkiu, of the Itchoboth [neighborhood, Copiah county,has been visiting relatives near Ingleside.iti this 'county. Mr. Ilufkiu reports good crops in his part of Copiah. Mr. It. K. Paxton, representing A. M. Paxton & Co., of Vicksburg, was in town Wednesday itt the interest of his ! liiin. This reliable house is building up a good business in this section. Progressive euchre parlies are again In-roming popular among the young Isoriely people of Port Gibson. Them v a- one at Ihe Taliaferro residence ■ Monday night and another at Mrs. HlJiuk'» Wednesday night. I Mr. K. ilibbotte of Shreveport ««« Hnt mil llii« wri'k a«heriising Cnsea Hn>', a well kuowu remedy fordyspep ^■n un 1 kindred complaints. An ad ^Berii-<mi<>nt of this remedy will be Hiinnl in the Keveille. I 'I'iie Keveille learns that Mr. Abram |*;i«le<»ii. ot the Hebrew I'nioti College, Hi' in-iii «int i. Ims a< eepled nil invitation Htu visit Port Gibson and ollieiate dnr ^■lig the approai-hing Jewish holidays Bin «September. Mr. Gideon Served the guliou very a««-eptably laM Scp HKticniber. iï I Mr. W. A. Doreniu« last Monday night received an original package in Hbe shape ot a Doremu» junior. Our Worthy coroner declare» Id» pur|K»»e *r»t training up this youth according to pho precept« of hard-shell Calvinism laud Cleveland democracy, a combina ison tlist will doubtless make a good Hitizcn of the infant victim. I See Paxton k Co'» change of adver fti-«"merit in thia issue. Our reader» i v ill note the fact that Paxtou & Co.. I carry a large »lock ot cnue-mllls and |c\nporators, which they oiler at a low ■margin of profil. The grinding »ca te n is approaching aud fanners should . prepare for it. This firm is reliable in All respects, and worthy of patronage. Isud Monday night tliero was a ange that brought a dry atmosphere Him' I cool nights, both of which arc ^Vcry pleasant. Cotton !» opening and ■picker» arc l>cgiuuing to gather the ^Beecy harvest. In spite of damage ^Brmu drought in some parts of the ■bounty, the crop, on the whole, prom - w ell; hut the yield of corn is much ■welow w hat it wa» in '89. St \ Mr. B. A. Dixon brought to town r edtie»4ay morning a »talk of cotton mn tbe plantation of Mrs. Bcrgquist, iat sprouted and grew Up front a last for'« root. The plant was seven feet Igh, though it had received no cuiti &ion, and wa» loaded down with »II». It is rare that we hare a wiu'er ■slid enough to allow a »talk of cotton t< remaiu alive from one year to nn ^^■brr. Thousand» ol then« lived |||^■^lrough last winter, but nearly all March Itéré killed by the freeze ou kd. I The title of the Hummer lecture urse has been changed to Summer terary Entertainments. The asso fcintinii met last night at Mr». Dr. Au lerson's, aud the programme consisted If readlug« and recitations. We hope k> give a detailed report iu our next P tic. [ The friends of Mia» M. A. Logan, of r icksburg, will b« inlorcwlod In Icarn ■tg that »he ha» receiver! $b0 from (he Mfiqazine of Enetry, that sum being pe prize nflerod for the holt poetical pntributlon in the form of a rondeau lildren Cr^ for Pitcher's Ctstorla. Th« Port Qib«on Presbyterian Church. Thin organization date» from the year 1828, though it» history its sometimes traced back to the Bayou Pierre church, four miles west of Port Gibson, which was founded in 1807, and the membership of which was transferred to Port Gibson in 1828. Of the original members but Airs. S. K. Sevier, one remain», who was received into membership in 1829. The following minister» haveaerv cd this flock, (those regularly in stalled ns paators being printed in »mail capital»): Rev. Z. Butler, (1828-1800); Rev. W. D. Moore, Rev. A. N. Cunningham, Rev. W. A. Hall, Rev. Mr. Neal,(18fllM863); Rev. R. Prick, (1868-1871); Rev. H. McDonald, Rk\o J. J. Read, Rev. Geo. Hall, (1871-187:8), Rev. T). A. Planck, (1873-1880); Rev. H. II. Brownlee, (1890.) The cider* at the present time arc, Dr. R G. Wharton, J.G. Spencer, C. D. Wharton, W. C. Guthrie. Deacons— G. Hann, G. II. Fui kerson. Choir - C. D. Wharton, organist ; Mrs. Emma Fulkerson, Miss Mullie Fulkerson, Mr». Florence Brown lee, G. H. Fulkerson, C. 8. Mason. The roll show» the names of 92 members, 5T» females and 37 males. About 25 of these are young disci pies from 11 to 20 years* of age. LIST OF MEMBERS. Mr* Hirah K. 8:vier, Mrs. Ann Baumganh, I .• -in -1 Braiimn, Mary Wood, J V 8 Harris, Elizabeth Parker Elizabeth 1 I<m>|«."s Lory 8|*encor, 8 II Wharton, Harah Gage, Anna Redus, Julia Mr Alpin**, K Wilkinson, F.Iva Hann, Horner, Kran« «* Kilerease " Jennie Perkin« F Brownlee Miriam WaUon, Emma Fulkerson Elizabeth Hurn«"t •4 44 44 44 M T Mon-head, Eliza McArthur, Isabella I Y von, I .sura Turpin. Harsh Goepel, E M Harding, Juliet Stowers, Julia Moore, Ida McLanrin, Lillie Guthrie, Olivia Berlron Harsh Forbes Saille Bobo Miss Catharine Gordon Mi*s Rebeoca Turpin C'iiarlott e W barton 44 44 •4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 • 4 44 «4 44 44 14 44 Rallie McArthur 44 44 Fannie Bcrtrou Rebecca Megrew Helen Gordon Lizzie Perkina *• Ellen Murphy " MallicFnlkerson Zahlet" Evans Fay Taliaferro Fannie Person Rallie Gordon C D Wharton, Cbaa S Ma*on, Jus A Turpin, W A Doremns, Robert Hann, I.such McLanrin, Geo II Fulkerson, (Mias R Wharton, W C Gnthrie, Im Perkin*, Dr W D Rodu*. Meredith Hjwncer, Lmi* Evans, Robert Anderson, Richard G Hasting*, John II Butler, G>niax Anderson, Julia Montgomery Nellie Hann, Ruth Hhreve Maggie Gordon Lizzie Spencer Harsh Mpeucer Annie Sevier Eugenia Gordon B Taliaferro Rallie Scott, Dr R G Wharton, Jas G Spencer, Jas W Person, W E Parker, G Hann, Albert Kann, A II Horner, Nelson Spencer, Chas Johnson, Geo T Fulkerson, Hetbert Wilkinson, J M Allen, Thus Evans, Dr L Anderson, Jas Magi uder, Merritt Gradk k, Robert Kvaus, 44 44 <i •• 44 4« 4« 44 44 44 44 The hoard of stt|iervisor8 will ad journ thin morning. The report of their proceedings will be completed iu the next Keveille. The Walt«r A. Wood Mower«. MctMir». A. M. Paxton A Co.,of Vick« burg, agents for the Wood Mower«, have received the following letter from a well known gcutlcmau of Clai borne county: Caauai.K, Mi««., Ang. 7, 1890. Mesar*. A. M. Paxton k Co.: (•►»'ti.kmen :—You »old me a Wood mower under guarantee. Alter the severest tent that long ex|iericuce give* me the benefit of. in mowiug machin ery, I can »ay that you can proceed to guarantee nndcr any and all circum stance» your Wood mower. It i« light, strong, and simple of con Yours, 4c. M. it. Jones. rindM Mr. J. W. Mathis, of Crystal Springs, was in town on Wednesday taking or >r the Life of If. W. Grady, l-\ Joel Chandler Harris. This is the best lilt- of ihe great orator and journalist, and the only one from the sale of which the Grady family derive auv profit our county again on the same business. He is the sole authorized agent fer Copiah, Jefferson aud Claiborne coun ties. Mr. Mathis will soon visit To the Public. We have justcomplctod a large two story building to accommodate our growing business as undertakers, and have placed iu it the largest assort ment of caskets aud coffius, all styles and sizes, ever brought fo Port Gibson. Our prices are as low a» those offered by Vicksburg, Natchez or Jackson,and wc arc provided with every oonven icuee for the satisfactory performance of our duties iu this line. One room in our shop is filled up as an under takers parlor, where bodies brought from Ihe country, or by railroad, may be left to await burial. We also have a full supply of burial robes of all de scriptions. Our services arc respect fully ottered to tbe public. Lkvy Bros., k Wklsch. Tort Gib«on. Aug. 16. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Rv mutual consent the firm of Kvaun Brothers is this day dissolved, K. L. Kvaun retiring and It. B. Kvann suc ceeding and annuming all liabilities of the firm of Kvaus Bro. R. L. Evans, IL B. Evans. Having sold out my interest in the firm of Kvaus Brothers to R B. Evan», be is hereby authorized to collect all outstanding debts ami pay off all lia it. L. Evans. bilitics. Port Gibson, Aug 12, 1890. REAL ESTATE. Partie« wishing to buy, sell or rent property would do well to call on me. E M. Bakbf.ii Attorney at Law, Port Gibson, Mi**. NcurtUf/ic I'ernon* Aud those troubled with ncrt ixumess resulting from care or overwork will tie relieved by taking Jtrown '* Iron Hitter», rrenuia* ha* trade mark and crossed red Unes cm w rapper. BOTEL ARRIVALS. Week Ending Thursday Noon. Aug 14. BANK HOTEL. FaiDsY —W. A. Nall, V».; L, O. Kegrest, Red Lieh: A. McO. Byrne«, Mr*. C. P. Bvrnes, Caleb; Percy Hhaifer, Martin. B. 8. Humphreys, OMRity; L Binon, N. O.; G. W. UwUi«, Jock Batühdat—J. D. Bridger, C. K Hrgin, W. Fife, J. A. Regan, County ; J. D. Griffith, City. Sunday—A twood Violet, N. O. Monday—E lhs TUI. Ru«, urn. J. L. Ikerd, I.«. Tuesday — G. E. Lons. R. C. MoCav, County. WrDJ*ESDAi--A. B. Week«. Herman rill*; H. L. Herting, T. Y. Richmond. W. H. Benton, Coooty; GÏG. Stark, N. Y.; F. R I.»udsrdata, B. Harri«, Tex«,, Jno. Jone«, F. L Putnam, LaSaflà Me it W1IEELKSS HOUSE, Thcrmiay— C. B. Wolfson, N. O.; R. R. Ro Killlo, H. Havcrkamp, St. 1/nii«: Lee Hamilton, Comitv. R L. Baker, Robert Weatherly, Hazle bnr«t; Raphael Htranse,-. Friday — C. D. Barge*«, Baltimore; G. G. Mantuvi-, N O.; D. Buck,City. Saturday— L. W. Bogan, Hulling Fork; M. G. Op;» oheiin, Ala ; 8. McClendick, Green ville, Sunday — W. I.. Jlallio, N.O ; J. W. Jennings, Dayton, G.; L t'alin, 8t. Louia; J. T. Myera, Monday B. L. McLanrin, Bulling Fork; A. I-evi, M. Heilman, Ht. Lutii«; B. T. Archer, Eli Ikerd, Amu« Barnet, A. J. Fife, County; A. Meyer, Grand Gaif; Tuai Tally, J. Wcsley, Rosie. Tuesday Chas. W. Briecno, Ht. Loais; D. J. ('«nnuti. W II. Benton, County; Eugene Hib bette, Shreveport; 8. Hbtbrick, \Vk«burg. WaoNrsnAT— M. T. Alexander Gmiaville: H. B Harri«, F. B. Lamlerdale, Te ta«; 8. 8. EU man. N. O.; A. F. Watkins, Jaekaon. Thuusday -Bernard Foster, Vicksburg. That tiretl, aching feeling, which is experienced by so many people living in malarial districts, can lx* cured by taking Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonir, 60 rents. It is as pleasant as lemon syrup. To get the genuiue ask for Grove's. For sale by J. A. Shreve, Port Gibson. ju25 New Mod« of Washing. The ill effects of soda on linen have given rise to new method of washing, which has been extensively adopted iu Germany and introdueoil into Belgium. The operation con sists in dissolving two jniunds ot soap in about three gallons of wa-j ter as hot as the hand can bear and ! adding to this one table-spoonful of turpentine and three of ammonia The mixture must then be well stirred, and the linen steeped in it for two or three hours, taking care to cover up the vessel containing them as nearly hermetically as pos sible. The clothes are afterwards washed out and rinsed in the usual way. The soap and water may be reheated and used a second time, but in that case halfatahlespoouful of turpentine and a tahlesnoonful of ammonia must be added.The process is said to cause a great economy of time, labor and fuel. The finen scarcely suffers at all, aR there is little necessity for rubbing, and its cleanliness and color arc perfect. The ammonia ami turpentine, although their detersive action is great, have no injurious effect upon the linen, nud while the former evaporates immediately, the smell <>f the latter is said to «lisappear en tirely during the diving of the clothing, —t'urming World. I I « r all et« FANCY DRESS BALL. The I.n«lie* of Mower Hill will give a Fancy llrew Hall ou Friday, 8t*ptem l»cr Ä, lh90. for the lienelit of the Un ion Sunday m-hool. K«-fr*>hmcnl« will be served. A<1 mission 25(1«. We will have a good band of munit:. M. C. Pattkrsox, Lixme Hhashkak, Okh.v L'adk, 1 Committee. writes a fJcorgia ed er is a little late this len we tell you the "Brethren, itor, "the week, hut reason we arc sure you will forgive us. Wc were out in the country at tending the funeral of our mother in-law. She died game. - ' l'«P wh the ed D tbe the I, and of me at ter on of A. »•••• Don't uae bitter and nauseous mix tures when you can get "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure, and guaranteed to cure Chills and Fever. Sold by Red us & Sowerby. »» Pleasant to take Why She Doesn't Laugh: Miss Laura—They say a wife never laughs at her husband's iokes. But it is not true, is it ? Mrs. Potts— Almost. You see, nearly all the jokes my husb.and makes are about me. You are out nothing if you get a bottle of ' C. C. C Certain Chill Cure'' from Red us & Sowerby, and it does not cure your Chills and Fever. It is guaranteed. . . ■' ■' - M 4 « » »• The vailev of the Amazon ia larger than that of the Mississippi, the former river draining 2,330,000 square miles. The Amazon drains a greater area than any river on the globe. Attention. Farmers. If our farmers are in need of a Mowing Machine and want the best in tbe market, one that has taken more prizes and been more highly recommended by practical farmers than any other, get the Walter A. Wood, and if it doe» not suit, return it and have your money refunded. A. M. Paxton k Co., Agents, Vicksburg, Miss. Louistiille, New Orleans A Teias Railway MiasiHRirn valley route. N., J. k C. Division. Schedule in effect June 18. STATIONS Mail Mail Ar Natchez Lv Lv Harri* ton Ar Lv Jackson Ar 2:30 p m 4:00 p m 7:40 p m *" Expre«* 7:30 a m 9:05 a m 11.36 a m 10:05 a m 6:26 a m Eipren* 6:16 p m 4 .30 p m Sunday 6.40 p m 4:10 p in Àr Natchez IT Lv Haariston Ar Sunday 8:25 am 9:56 a m Ar Nate! k>/ Lv Lv H arris too Ar • TOR DYSPEPSIA Ik Drswn'« Ir»« Bitters. Physic tans recommend it. AX dealen keep it. »l.on per hotUe. (ienulns bat tt.tde-mark aud erttowjd red links on wrapper. Rumble & Wensel Company, lOO 3fnin and lOO Broadway Ht., 3'fttchez, Mitsw. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN - Provisions, Groceries, Produce, Lime, Cement, IT ails, Oils WOOD AID WILLOW WABE, CABBED 0OOD3, SOAP. STARCH, BLUIIO. We have bonght 100,000 yards of Bagging, and will be prepared to sell any amount of Bagging, Ties and Twine. Rumble A Wensel Company. TIE GREAT AUGUST SALE ! 7fe do noi feel surprised at bavin// our establishment thronged from 2he /)lain cause is morning hit night, especially as it was last mouth, known to all. IT IS OUR LOW PRICES, Tint the stupendous sacri We must which have secured for us many new customers . fices which we ate preparing for August will be more aslonisîiing. have toom for our grand fait slock, and prices will be no object, for the goods must go. A few of the many slaughters we mention below: Artificials and Hats All Our Ladies' Low Quarters One Lot Fine Linen Towels, For which yon paid 20c. apiece. For August, SI.50 a Dosen. Are away down. We cut 26, 60 and 75c per pair. Selection Large. ! Do Not Miss the Opportunity. One Lot Colored Lawn, One Lot White Muslins, Regular price 16 ct«. For August 10 Cents. One Lot Gents's Fine Silk Scarfs, Cheap at 75c., 41 and #1-35. For August, Your Choice for 50c. Well worth 7 eta. During August, 4 Cents. One Lot Fine White Lawn, Regular Price 15 cents. For August, 10 Cents. One Lot Misses' Summer Hose, Regular price 40 eta. For August, 20 Cents One Lot Silk Mitts, all Shades, Bold everywhere At 90 eta. For August, 50 Cents. Everything is About Half the Regular.Price. SSSDSKStSSCIX POET aiBSOW, MISS. THE ALMONT DAIRY. I AM pn-jiared to fnrnizh f«milieu with rich I Jt-rm-y milk, «l«n cr« »m, w«nr milk, canl, or « r .-« 111 die<"««e, at rrawmable rate«. Milk *n«l rream delivered in ^original package*" or Jar*. Empty jar« return«*! as full on«« are delivered. J. G. Hraxcaa. (41 Port Gilwion, Angmt 1. 1890. NOTICE. A conpon offira haring l»en p«tabli«hed here Jolv tat. we »re now prepared to «eil tickets to all part« in the United Slate«. R«*and-lrip tick et« can «Ino be obtained to the principal summer re«orU of the United State* and Canada. For rate« and other information write or apply to O. A. CAHON, Agant, NOTICE. 1 r OUNG ladie« who wi*h to atteml il» Indn« trial IiiMtitnte à Coll.ge; and yon tig gentle men dtwirmg to enter the Agricultural A Me chanical College, will be examined at Hohool h<m«e No. 2, in Port Gibeon, on Saturday, the 23rd inat, at 9 o'clock a. tn. J N. BRASHEAR, Ja., Oonnty Superintendent Education. Port OitMoo, Mi«« , Aug. 4tlt, 1889. [**]« Trustee'» Sale. t of Default having been made in tbe paymen the indebtedness secured by the certain deed of trust, bearing date February I2tl>, 1889, execut ed in favor of H. Beruh* imer A Hon* by Martha D Corbin, which deed of trnat is recorded in tbe office of the chancery clerk, iu and for the oounty of CUiborue, «Ute of Mississippi, in deed book SC, page 291 et «eqnor; and in the office of the chancery clerk of Jefferson oounty, state aforesaid, in deed book PP, page 403 et «equor: I, Charte« 8 Keunard, trustee u«m«-d iu tbe «aid deed of trust, there being now due under tbe terms of «aid deed of trnst the «um of one tboa nand six hundred, seventeen and 38-100 dollar«, and default having been made iu tbe payment of tbe same, by virtue of the power vested in me under the terms and condition* of tbe said deed of trust, will on MONDAY, THK 1ST DAT Of »KPTKMBKB, 1890, between eleven o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon, sell all that part and portion of tbe following described real esute; situate, ly*"* being in tbe oounty of Clai borne, «Ute of Mississippi, to the highest bid der, or so much thereof as will satisfy tbs in debtedness tecared by tbe said deed of trust, at tbe front door of tbe court boose, in and for said oounty of Claiborne, to-wit ; West half of section 19; southeast quarter of section 19; three-quarters of uorth east «inarter, no tion 1»; south three-quarters of south east quar ter of north east quarter of section 19. Also a nine «ere plat of ground in «aid section 19, bounded as follows: Begin at I roc wood, XIII, on section line between sections 19 and 12, township 10. range 3 east; thenoe south tkres and one-half chains to stoke; thenoe east IS chains to stake; thenoe north 3 and one-half chain* to stake; thence west 18 chains to be ginning. Also west half of sonth west quarter, seetion 18; also east half of east half of east half of section 20. All of said lands being in town ship 10, range 3 east; being the same lands and plantation on which said Martha Hided at date of said deed of trust, part of which was inherited by her from her father, Peter Chambliss, and part ot which was bonght by lier from Person, Bemheimer and Chambliss, and containing in all 724 acres, more or less, snd lw iug all the land owued by said Corbiu in the counties of Jefferson and-Claiborne, stale of Mississippi. Reference is hereby mode to said de«l of trust as part of this noties of sale. Witness my signature, this 16th day of June, A. D., 1890. I;yl8-4t) ■Ml D. Corbin re CHA8 8. KENN ARD. Tnutee. Clevelaad Bay Stallion •FIVE YEARS OLD. EDWIN FORREST 44 Y 0 LU ME 1, NUMBER 329. Color, mabogtny biy with black point« ; 14}^ hands; weight 1375 pounds. 925 the season.with privilege of another season. Will stand at Ratkdgs cash before service, plantation two miles from Port Gibson. Box 77, Port Gibeon, Mis*, May 12th, 1890. R. V. R. SCHUYLER. [2m] FOR THK HLOOD, Weak bus*, Malaria, Iodifesttoo and BiUousnaw. take _ BROWN'S IRON BITTKRS. It cures quickly. * ror sale by all dsalsrs la medicine. Uet tbs genuine. A. M. PAXTON & 00., or HvdCIss.. *Viclcs*bvLxer, to ! - HAYE FULL STOCK— Cane Mills and Evaporators. WHITE FOR PRICES: IHAUSÜUTIOI or i SEW SCHEDULE •ANI POLL! AI 3LEEPII6 6 Al LIIE BETWUN New Orleans and Cincinnati COM MUM CISO JVSE t», THK of of in of in in of 19; a 19, 12, IS be lier lw the of MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE, I» OOHSKCTIOII WITH THK N.M. 4 M. F. Co. e*i the 0. 4 M. R'y, WILL INAOOCEATK A Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Line between New Orleans, Vicksburg, Memphis, Louisville and Cin cinnati without change. New Orleans Ar. 1M am Baton Rook« Fort Gibaou Natchez Vicksburg Greenville Memphis Lv. Paducah Louisville Cincinnati 3:40 pm Ly. 7:07 pm " 10:67 pm 2:30 pm 5:17 am 1:27 am 11:35 am M «« 12 JO am M 12.08 am «4 10:50 pm 4:40 pm 8:20 am 11:25 pm 700 pm «< 900 pm 7:40 am Ar. 2:15pm 11:56 pm u 6:48 am Round trip ticket« are now on «ale to Uie prin cipal rammer reeort« of tbe United States end OtQldl, For rates and other Information, apply to ail agent« or to E. W. HOWE, Gen'l IWr A*t. P. R ROGER«, Asa't Oen'l Pow'r AgL MmirHis, Tknn. UNIVERSITY re MISSISSIPPI. ' Will Open iu Next Session at Oxford, ^Æiss., mm 3EPTEUBE& 15th, 1590. The University ha« been pnt in a more effect ive oondUkm than ever before. Tlie plan of *tn<iy i* *o arrouged os to prewnt three paral lel onumw of *t»eiy leading to tbe degree* of B, L, B 8. and B P. In each course there is large »cope for election in subject* token. Nineteen ncbooU are tangbt in the depart ment of 8c»enoe, Letter* a id Art«, viz : Latin and Greek under Prof*. Hngne and Bondurant. German and French under Prof. Fun tain«. English and Belle« Lettre« under Prof. Eager Mathematic* under Prof. Hume. Physios «nd Astronomy ander Prof Pulton. Theoretical Chemiatry, Practical Chemistry, Botany. Zoology. Mineralogy and Oeology under Prof. Jone«. Mental *od Mor»l Philosophy, Logie, History «ml Political Economy under Prof. Bim*. Five Fellow« h»ve been Appointed in English, Mathematic*, Chemi«try. Natural Hi«U>ry and Physic« respectively who will «asist tbe Profes sors The School of Law is «till in charge of Prof. Mayes. Tuittou free to alL exoept student«. Expense« need i For catalogue* *nd further inform* EDWARD MAYES, Chancellor. I t fee of #50 to law not exceed #176 per and la snmitn tton addre ss UiUversity, Xus. TO THE PUBLIC. I am now at Capt. Kearney'« place near Red Lick, ready for all business in my line, Horses left with,me for treatment will be well taken care of. and will be given Ihe range of line pa-tores. Terms nnilinH Bi_E. a. Cl HAPMAN. Veterinary Surgeon. Buckleu's Arnica Naive. The Beet Salve in the world for Cut», Brnise«. Horea. Ulcer«, Salt Kheuni, Frver Soies. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corn», and all Hktn Erups tiona. and positively enrea Pile», or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect «atistaction, or money lefnnded e 25 cents per box. For sale bv .Msaon. Port Gib«on. FORSAL E At McCalcb station, Claiborne oounty.on Little J. railroad, opposite depot, one half-acre lot, enclosed, containing double cottage, kitchen and out building. Good location for a store. Terms : 4300, one third cash, balance in one and two years' time with interest. Address, MRS. C. P. BYRNES, McCaleb P. O. ail je27-2nil NOTICE. I always* keep in stock the latest style -IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, Which I will «ell at lowest possible profit. Repairing of Watches,Clock» and Jew elry done at reasonable prices. All work guarantee«! for one yesir. E. MOHEH, Main Street. Port Gilwoo. Mis«. fiyl Windsor House ? Misses Helm, Formerly of Port Gibson PROPRIETORS, of of is and and 304 COMMERCE STREET, Natchez. Mu * I have just received a Car of 40000 Pounds Pine Lake Ice And bave made arrangements for shipav nta through tbe nurai .ill orders promptly filled at lowest rales. Orders from the country *■> hated. S. J. LATHA IdL. J fsp-d-ai 8*od. law per LEE RICHARDSON A CO. L ANDKETH'S Of rds« 8e«d* at wholesal*. / klù RlCHAHytoON A CO. I J. H. GORDON, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND— Geu'l Merchandise Fancy Groceries a Specialty headquarters roR GRAIN, SAT. WHEAT BEAN BTC., ETC A lot of nice buggies just received, which will be sold at s low margin of profit. A full line of furniture always on hand. The public will find my price» always moderate, and my good» exactly as rep resented. J. H. Cordon. Port Gibson, March 6th. JUST RECEIVED All Kinds of Jewery Comprising many articios of ELEGANT DESIGN, Which would do credit to a city ctdablishmont. Call and Examine ! Also a groat varioty of W-AlTCHFS, -BOTH GOLD AND SILVER. Bear in mind that my prices aro as cheap,and in many caeos cheap er, than city price», whore rent and taxes aro high. I also keep best makes of Sewing Machines! -SUCH AS SINGER, DOMESTIC, NEW HOME, Sc And it is the simple truth that I soil thorn at Faotory Fri C€& And far cheaper than you CAM OliVÆTè 2HUM. Lost or broken attachments of old machines also supplied at fac tory price». HGO ET EL, Jeweler. PORT GIBSON, MISS. Oct. IT. ISM. UNDERTAKER S. Levy Bros. & Welsch. Fort Gib*on, M ihm. J. X* FOOTE SUPERINTENDENT. I —A FULL SUPPLY OF— Metallic Casket* and Case«, Rosewood and Walnut Caskets, Gloss White Metallic Casket«, Gloss whito Wooden Caskets. Always in stock also Wooden Coffins, covered and trimmed or plain. Or deia filled promptly and our fiuo hearse» sent to any point at any hour day or night Carriages also furnish ed when desired. VYe respectfully offer our services to the public. •s? m. coS.o* ,-euml thousand* It has permanently of case» pronounced l»y «lo<"tore hope less. If yet» have premonitory symp tom», such tut Cough, Difficulty of BreHtlilng, Ac., don't «lelav. but use PISO'H CURE kor tXINSUMPTION lmimxliutoly. l)y Druggist». 26 cent» Th» New Ortrau« I'H'hj iiiio in one of the nee-meat aixl most reliable papers pub lished. Its Edibirinls are Jm!iri«ma and timely ; it give« all the new« without fear or favor ; it« Awweiated Pre«« am! Special Southern Telegram» cover all important Foreign and Pomeatle Newn; it« C'oni merrial and Market Report« are complete ami »re accepted »tamlanl»; it« loti ten from New York and Pari«, am! the Special Contribution« of Pearl Riven». Catharine Cole, •Mollie Moore Davi*. Jenuie Jam*. Mario Point« ami other» aro unfailing source« of interont and informa tion and are of a high order of literary merit. The Picayune 1« printed iu clear, new type, of aize «officient to be read without «^raining the eye. To keep al*rc»«t of the time« and know all worth knowing that a m"w*t»uper •lionId tell, «end Three Dollar« for three month«' «nhaerfption to the I*h;I.v Pico hecrilH* for its «ph-iwli»! IVe«-kly The ? * *■> yttne. or an Edition at One Dollar a year. Weekly is sixteen page», and is >**ucd Thursday morning *o reach all • ubœri l>er» before Sunday ~9IVE I« reels Chore* »*•• *nd White 0«j t ,a LhL RlCUAhDo 1 "N * CO. every 1 jr b*«.