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| NKSI )AY AFIEKNOON' NOT. 4, 1891.
VI
Hard Time* Coming.
TV « t.illv .tow «re JrswInK nl»d«
autumn «hall Is* <le»«l~
u|„ n tsitu-r »ill to' hsol to to*).
71 .ruts t«*-day.
»••«r
(-.. 1(011 <{
aJvrrtisenient of the -Feather
Wfiip f° r ** 1 ° hy l.w levy'll
N*
|n»ne
«...II «•
. j Vf cars and *» engine ilitelied at
the brick var.l, Thurwlay, by backing
„ u i'iiw. Claiborne beef is too
r .1
i,,ngb 1" Im kI«'.
1 >i„ 4 *mi 1 ht Prof. Pnllitt « lecture at
l,uirli Hour llniiiplirey* next Fri
A treat is promised, and
-I* g.» to a worthy object.
ilw •*
nijjlit.
ti c pi'""''
Make the alleadanee large.
|)f\
t the moon on tliu
T.*->! «viq*
.. „ j n «tunt, vi*tb!e only to those who
ih. ir Mihserimiou*. Melon
J-;iU' J-i'i
• ,i;.ptn\ h-tween tlie lUth an<rl4tli,
! „rti.ubii i> briiliaut tolhoso w ho have
f t J. 11 J "I*
inn in tlie I'rof. Leekv
-I Citv. Tlie llernUl con
v.afiaii
:il N
. , ( :,|.|ii|iü n**l imoiiial* n* to VIr.Leeky's>
!,: m. Thei are from .1. It. Preston,
il IIi-1.-. J. G. Woolen and oilier
„.||.kii.»»ii rdmntur*.
A.
—The following Is a
ut « *ign upon an academy
( 11 x.il'
irm*
- it'urniii-' iti one of tlie westeru
> . 1 i^«_>.Fn , eiiian mid lluggs. School
Freemnti teaches (he hoys
ly
'JYu'ImT*
,1 lingg- the girl*."
A I
I; j. tli.il Jackson regrets Miss
Iliiiiin *'
■ h ti'rniiii:.li«*ii to locate (lie
J girt»' M'hool at Hint poTfif.
ucivsiinper« make no mention of
miniiri. these «lays,—eerlaiiilv a
r nut in httilil up a desirable iu.ti
..re
tin'
I " 1
tuiimi.
er
'I In' H\ >tei'ii I uioti 'I'elegrapli Co.'s
|,fi.ii nt :t wire almi). the I«., X. O. &
I ti-«\ing 1 \piifd. otHee* were discou
limit*.! iti M it ml ptdnlt on tlie first
in-t.. Pint Gihxm heing among the
I he line is now operated 1>V
ett
au
A Chautauqua
lililllinT.
li, t milruttd.
Port l.ih.iin will soon justly earn
t < lit!.' nt •Gnat Organizer." Tin*
i.t t • ii M irks have heini dei itteil en
I'
1 t'lurn'ilti,.alloil.
• 1 1 . ih.* |rit«'st thing on th«' ranis.
I'id t!i'' Mt Kiiilev Gill «loes i ot cover
1 in*.«* in fan 1 iiidiistrii s.
for
m -I. « Hlnud's Elk h'idge »lore,
• i i.h. Ii. saiil t«> have bi en I to
I nns
may
Urn
lh:'oiuio C.UTVUKi*.—Tno rx-uui
\ i. 1 ivli.t Hiiii'«lere«l Mr. A mariait Kol
•n Alex Litringhnur* planta
i m nt ( ... parish, ami !.. have
11 <11 t..kell l.;l( k t»i Hi, •l«lse|.|| fur
trial, i he r< -nil of Ih" "li ial"
•i;»tnretl
i..'
a«ili itusmitied.
*>
she i-sh-sip - 1
• and stock Hi««»«, | «
!7 •„•«•th. I*. \\\
1 «
«!••>
,
>i in 1 . 1 .—The Ne IV-,
-ii \.*w. ,V; jp;.j \'alley Kail, the
liai. the!, .pillai rua. I «ml o| t:«'ill|diis
«Ï . n .""î' i
.lansid «*, 1
I h in. am r« a« • phin
l'-; ,,n « al . l !"> Ueliv,.
I ' . ' ; ; t'liili
• <! «.M h 11 Mi ,1 " phia
1,to UnVV
sim run—Th«* lÎKVKit i,k a»-.
of, ini italion and
kimii i.-.ljî* » i. »vipt
< •.ui(.'.'h«i elfin in k.-t t
j-! > -.t. fair. I! 1
\ ni
« 1
;t>
J
• >• I»'« - I. in. :imI Luther Man
fair is an
• 'i 'l 10 u ith imii'li
I I e -lall!
«.-»■ntan.
«i«*ii» i..".,..i » ,
I J. «'Hi
a«». nd.*d » 1..1 11 t !» i- Mo tion.
'Ill'llcs' I*»! well
\iv. I,
MS
In.
Il 1
-lahli-h.-d
•i.'.'l îîi-r-. ;;* « ri i
i. air A)«"i t:• I» i
'
|."i"i!ar
Üü.tKI S.M.IN lini lsl.lt
Asa Irrig ht
»Min un* |.)i.*sing lhe depot Mondai
1 "!ii, iIm* large iron pipe u*e»l to sup
1 » .'iigiin * null unti'i* stinng ai«iun<l
1 * in- u «1 ami kn.ii k.'d a tiraki siiiau.
Ii'illli'ii iii ii|
who
ity
was
est
ly
the
lia»
Hi»
lief
ii' » *. t r «•»«« tin*car», cutting
« 1 »tig gi*ii in hi* head, punching a
I" " in hi* «-hin. uia*!dng Ids slioiitdcr
• jhili. and literally covering him
aiili hriii*»**. Great womlcr im
t'"t in.laiitli killed.
'«I* Iii* wounds
u as
I >1. I(<mIus l.oiiml
and got him in hUa|te
" " ,l *" ) iek*huig. Ins Iioiiic.
in g,
I >rt »til.*. m had In.* slmws last
Ul'l'k,
Dotli
of
wlii«h if lumped,
u '" . b« v »* made n respoclalde al
,r !" l , "' M * lto*ve's Couietlians ranked
t'"' rattkest, presenting a play ot
grliit- !> m. merit iu a very pnintul
V'. Young'» MlnstrH»
*'»I!"U« ,| Fridas
till II.
Mile.
Indies.
Miss
study
I lie
incuts
made
and
et*
the
at
to an audience of
A* Usual uiili troop» made up
" *, Ih«' hand played loudest
'■ »lie audience most <lc*ircd lo
«r, and »h.uiitlc
"ere di*,,
"» iiegr.
ess many good things
lined out by the noise. Thai's
ehariinhlc construction to
The new opei a
tin.
Illn*l
l"»t na h
«liair«
«•M bench»
"* » ith hat r
••my way.
-leal improvement on the
I hoy should be provid
are
1
^h.sos Fi:mai.e Coi.le<;e.
7 r, ' "'ll he found u card
•/ n * C'rinpton that «iir.iild
•'lienee the
••in
gin,
week,
toiii
hurnotl
No
county.
600.
nh*ur<l and ntt« rly up
, . r "ni-.rs recently put into
p 1 ,',.'L 1 " 11 " l '* 1 feierence I«» the
'"•t Gil-s .n Fcniah College. While,
l ' "'«• principal says, the atteild
" '■ 'Inis far |,., K i, t .,. n
•"'iiidr,|
so large
•'V>'ilit;i|.ate«|. the scln.ol itself was
in better condition «o taras
"»«•aching f,, :ce is concerne«!, and
' " 1 gave better promise of achiev
'g in--st satiskictory results. Il is
' 1,1 ta.ly aekn<mledg«-«l hy patron*
Ute ad v«
.Villi' ;
Mr.
near
nearly
cotton
II.
gin
ty
sacks
All
insured.
uitag«.* offered tills
of a decidedly superior or
* here is every r«'A««Mi to be
rm, i t * 1 . c ."""'her of pupils will
i»n 11 " •« *" crenpe and that by the
i- it ' ^ ,e hrin, when money
( '. ' r * have ease«! up and pnr«*nt»
"•(•re confidence in their finun
I,,. f iî ;, ""i , »g» the attendance will
"Lv up to the average,
i i' Ukveu.le is glad to add
tl„ 1 s '""'""'l to the excellence of
i' w ** 1 1 -known institution <>( lean»
cm. a, "V":Pe* the friends of all
1 : i'.V'-'Vi'* no annoy
■ " '' mnl ici «hm gossip.
t^dv«» I« giving won
'M.ih . nlirr. ver ns«'«i. No
■*t..| « , '; r 't to lu* iv ii bout It Solti
Ih.,, ^ 0 S K R ••»«*.'& To
• 1 er.
liev
I.'.l
fiai
Oil!
ting
cents
lie
l)«t
on«*
Dudley
sweet,
»weet,
Lv 0.
ly
PERSONAL.
('«pt. Moore went up to die Della
last evening.
Janie» Lltni. if \ ichduirg. ivns in
town yc»ler«lav.
lalgnr Knoeli, of. I nekton,
»luv in C'iniliorne.
,
•In.lire Plmi.r .1 , i .1 ,
>. . a,."n!,r .
. ,. ,
Money Itcrnhcimcr 'left .Vomlay
liiglit lor New York.
lira l>r Archer nt ( ,L. ,
the guest of Mrs. K. s. Dmke ^
. *
J. I». Allen and wife speut several
dnysol last week iu Vieksburg.
Miss Anna Jones tins returned from
visit of several weeks to SI. l/ouis.
Mr. W. F. Itogillio, of Itockv S| •rings,
was aiming tlie number of our callers
Frida v.
1891.
spent Sun
Henry aud Areli Turpin, of Tensaa
parish, are at K S. Drake*'.
at
too
I
be
o
at
Miss Harriet liilenian, after several
inouliis' visit to Milwaukee, returned
home Monday night.
Mis* bliss Humphrey« ami Mr*.
Katie I ton 1 li Lewis went up to Vicks
burg Stiudny afternoon.
tliu
Mi*» Sa.lie Garrett,'onc'of last vears
pupil*, i* among Hie latest arrival» at
Port Gibson Female College.
George IMsiinroon and J. P.
guider weiy among the rxetirsioniM*
to New Orten ns in*ri Saturday.
Ma
Jos. K. Jones, of Carlisle, left on
Monday afternoon*» train fora vi.it
to Ids .ou iu .Sharkey county.
a
Other excursionists to \\uv Orleans
Snlttrdny were, Mr. and Mr*. G. \V.
Wheel ess, and .Miss May W
W. II. Iliireh, who was seriously ill
at Glen Allen, tint br< light to Port
Gibson Friday night. He is verv slight
ly improved. - .
a»sem.
a
Mr. W. K.
'arker has removed
Woodstock, where lie has built a
tage near the site of Ids residence
cenlly burned.
to
(
cot
rc
Dr. Alliierten left la»t night for X
Orleans to meet Ids mother and broth
er iivlm will spend the winter with ih<>
doctor in Port Gih. 011 .
iu
Mrs. Tho*. Ucn hns returned from
Ilia ifeua, accompanied by Mr*. Hark
ett and lier littlo'girl, win» will make
au extended visit to ttic old home.
Miss Ihith Shruv4%ill not return
from the «*ast nt so early a date a*
peeled, owing to tlie illness ol lier
trieiid, Mis» Proctor, who is coining
south with lier.
lle
ex
Mr. and Mrs. John I turnet Sr., leave
for Viek'hurg, soon,
will henceforth make their home with
«heir tun, Atuo*. Port Gihsou n gref»
I to h»*«* these estimable twople.
Mrs. P.iiekner ami Miss Znideé K»>
I nns l«*fi for Greenville Friday night.
They expect t«» sp«*inl n short iiuin at
Mrs. liuckiKT*« plantation in Washin,;
Urn count v.
ii here lliev
ol
he
id
the
in
It.
near
her.
near
and
to
$100
been
They
8 a.
ed
eral
acts
of
They
stock
small
J. J. Itynn, who i««ojoitruing iu Tex
*> for the benefit of hi* health, was to
1 h'sivt* Sau Antonio «111 tlie «Stli nit. for
| « rniu-h some 11 I treu «»r twenty miles
dislaui. Ills friemis will be ylnd I
1 « nru that fie fee !8 tiiu«-li benefited.
Rev. F. II. Mmiiiger retiinie«!ou Fri
«!••> «'I l«si iveek from the M«*||i«h|i*i
, Iv-nuienial Couneil at tVasIdnglou, I».
«if ivlit «* 1 1 he was a member.
reV«*r«.n«l gentleinan hugely en|..ved
the trip I«* aud stay at the nation's
«â.pilnl J lut fictif mr<l /h'liint'i'iil.
i Dur young Port (•ib«oni*n. Will
1 liuek. who I» on tlie eruisi-r IMiilatlel
phin will probable see something of
Ueliv,. servie«; in «-ase our trouble with
; t'liili be«niii«-s serious. The Pliiladel
phia i* now titling «ml for lit«* West In
«•«>• he ordered 1 «. C'l.ilian
«•
Tin
unter*.
W. II. Lnliiatii,nn cx-Port Giiisonian
who ha* ltccu coniiri'tod with the Trin
ity //ccw/d, Louisiana, for some lime,
was in town Saturday, euroiitc to
Vicksburg. Iio ha* bought *11 inter
est iu the Kerry Saturi/ay. l r*. Clem
Davis' palter, and will henceforth uuiko
Vicksburg hi* home.
Col. Frantz,iv riling to Ida paper,tlie
Krttiidon /{cjn/bh'r/m, ot Mississippi
people iu Dnlln*, Texas, snya of our
tonner townsman :
"Judge Lauch Mi-Laurin lia» recent
ly formed a partnership with ouc of
the lenilitig lawyers of the state, and
lia» all the practice he can attend t«*.
Hi» mother lias built a residence a«i
joining his, but we arc sorry to Jcnrn
lief health is not good."
Two cxeclient and moat intelligent
Indies. Mrs. Denic Humphrey» an<l
Miss Frnnin Cam mack have begun the
study of Americnu Archa-t.lngi mid
I lie collection of remain*, of mound
biiiltlciV art ami uteii*il* and impie*
incuts of war ami industry. Doth have
made contribution» of vase* or cup*
and of arrow fiend» and stone hatch
et* to the cabinet now being ina«le for
the antiquarian society ot Hazlchurst.
at the head of which i* Dr. lhriLoug,
—UtulehunU Signât. ,
lo
must
ture
rey*
subject
the
Lecture
Money
Gins Ritrnkd.—C apt. W. H. Ituck's
gin, nenr St. Joseph. La., hurmul last
week, togetlicr w ith 300 bales of cot
toiii about half his crop. No insurance.
Mr. K. D. Jones' gin aud fifty hale*
hurnotl at Carlisle, a* related last week.
No iiisurnuec.
Panola gin, property of the Me
Ctiichcii heirs, burned in Washington
county. Los* #2,500. Insurance #1,
600. A 4
will
of
13th.
the
Mr. Holt'« gin, and 2*2 bate«, buruod
near Yazoo City. Ix«*s $1,200, not
nearly covered by iusuntncc. The
cotton burncii was improved Allen.
II. Y. Newell'» cypress saw mill aud
gin burned on Newell'» Ridge, near
NcivclUoii, togetlicr with some twen
ty hale» of cotton and one hundred
sacks of see«). Partiallv insured.
All these fires mentioned Iu warn
Claiborne comity people lo keep well
insured. It's business.
will
Orders
be
Oil! how I dislike to see my hair get
ting so gray. Say, «loyoii know that 7t
cents invested in one bottle of Beggs Hair
lie newer will not only restore the color
l)«t give it 11 rich giossy appearance ? Try
on«* bottle* Sold and warranted l»y S. E.
Dudley & Co., Hermanvilie.
light
hands
white
other
A
Brown
HanddrcMs! Extract!, - Lullin'« are
aie awfully
sweet, Lundborg'»
»weet, but Wright'*, the kind kept
Lv 0. S. Mason, »re jutt "too utter
too.
**
Della
in
Death of Jamea A. Gage.
A telegram from Pccoa City. Tex
announced tliu dentil of Mr.
.Inmea A. Gage at three o'clock,
Sunday afternoon, N„ v . 1st. *
more than a week lie had been in
, serious condition, but into lotte
, ,ad • n *»U*»fteil the hope that re
Mr ".
n,, 'l Wm two son«, John and
Douglas, were vmifliiin.
J«me* A. Gage wan born in I'nion
District, South Carolina,
weeks ov*r «cventynine years ago.
, ?" 7ie came to Port Gibson
^ t ^fc-q et . nrnc< * H|,, ' r n
short stay. In 1K3S lie settled per
several manently in this town, opening a
furniture «toroin the building
from t,Mî Htr eet from the Wheel ess Hotel,
Ho married the
•rings,
callers
For
a
Sun
1 *
Tensaa
a few
across
widow ot Capt.
Hogg, and to them four son«, John
Janie«, Louis and Douglas, were
horn. Mr. Gage was deputy slu-riff
tor a short while under ('apt. Hop
kins, and was elected clerk of the
Prohate eouit on June 10 , 187*0,
succeeding Frederick J. P
died in cilice.
elerk until displaced hy the recoil*
structionisis on April Mth, I860,
Solomon Cngcr l»eing appointed t(.
the position. Mr. Gage's wife died
during the war. In 1866 he married
*Mi«s Halite Fnlkerson.n ho
Dim. lie was elected mayor of Port
Gibson in 1887 and held the offi
two terms.
All honest, upright man. open
hearted, nuhlic-spinted, he was
held in the highest esteem hy the
entire community. His death
moves one of the central figures of
the town; cuts down one of the
high-minded, pure-hearted gentle
men of tho old school, about whom
cluster so many happy memories
and to whom children o| this
Mr.Gagc was a life member of (he
Masonic and Odd Fellows lodges.
Mr«. Gage, Jolm an.l Louis ar
rived hy tho 1:20 train last night. !
I he remains ol Mr. Gage will reach
here to-mght, and the funeral will
be from tho Presbyte rinii church to
rn-. riow, Thursday, morning at 10
o clock. Burial with Masonic and
Odd Fellow honors
Mr*.
core, who
lie continued
as
vears
at
survive«
Ma
ce
on
vi.it
\V.
ill
Port
re
to
(
cot
rc
ih<>
iu
lier
How fearful those blotches look on
your fa«-«*! Are you aware Hmt mw* Gri
lle t.f Itrgirs' it loot I Purifier and blood
Makar will not only remove them but
eleaase your hl.Hi.l so tint they will not
appear again? S<»hl and warranted by
Dudley & Co.. Ih 1111:111 v il le.
ex
at
Marx knows the best time to sell
stock: when people know what
they are going to make, and what
they can afi'ord to pay.
f'Rl'EM.V Mirdkkku — Tho wife
ol J. M. Williamson, mayor of Hat
tiesburg ami «*«lilor of the Pnmn-rat,
«vas «hot rimI kill««) l*v a burglar
Friday night. Mr. Wiliiaui-'oii will
he miifMihcred as a former citizen
id Port Gibs. hi, Hiid many will sym
pathize with him in (Ids terrible
calamity. Dispatch from Hattii's
htirg gives the following account of
the tragedy ;
"Uni* of the most shocking oe
rurn ne«*» that has ev«*r happened
in a civilized country transpired
It. re last night. Home unknown
person entered a room occupied by
Mrs. J. M. William ». n au«l Miss
McL«m»«I. Mr* Williamson
aroused hy the noise, and rising
from her bed started to light a lamp
near it, when the p«-rson tired at
her. Tht* hall entered her hrtast,
near the upper «-«lg«* ot her collar
hone. Hhe died in abouti forty-five
minute*.
Mr. Williamson is mayor of Hat
tiesburg and is in Atlanta. The
eutire 'community is in a «täte of
excitement ov«*r the «imeking allair
and every effort possible is made
to gain a due to the murderer. The
board of aldertix 11 have just offered
$100 reward tor the capture of the
murderer. A jury of impiest has
been in session most of the «lav.
They have adjourned to meet at
8 a. m. to-morrmv."
Rewards aggregating $1700 offer
ed for capture <»f murderer. Sev
eral suspecte«! partie* arrested.
Little Giant» ! Little Giants! What a
blessing that any one can get a pill that
acts in such p»*rlect harmony on alt part»
of tin* system and h*ave» no had results.
They are positively perfect. 80 I 1 I by S.
K.Dudley «k Co-. Hermanvilie,
Marx docs not believe in feeding
stock long—grain and hay cost
money, and they mdst be sold at
small profit.
to
I».
«•
was
Notice.
Those iv Iio desire to *|>cud a most
cujoyhblc evening and Itavc something
lo think about for a month afterward
must hear Prof. L Irviug Poliitt lec
ture at the new church near Humph
rey* P. O.. Fritlay evening, Nov. f>. iii*
subject will be "'hie Guiding Star of
the Masses." Doors open at 6:30.
Lecture at 7 o'clock. Adinissiou -Sels.
Money to be used tor the church.
CHURCH SUPPER.
Ladies of the Methodist church
will give a supper in the basement
of the church, Friday night, Nov.
13th. Everybody is invited. All
the delicacies will be served.
THE WHEELESS HACK
will meet all trains day and night.
Orders left at Wheeless Hotel will
be promptly attended to.
E. H. IKERD.
$10 REWARD.
I^jst, Strayed or Stolen—One
light bay horse mule, over fifteen
hands high, about IO years old,has
white streak around ear, and an
other between ears.
J. B. Allen, Port Gibson.
A complete stock of Hamilton
Brown shoes at Gordon's.
we
Tex
Mr.
re
".
and
n
a
Going ! Going! Gone!
For
a
1 *
C-oods to the Right !
Goods to the Left !
Goods to the Front !
few
t(.
Gome Now While the Rush is on
! CrayOH business IS f J00mitl(J.
JJii
as
Never Were Prices so*Low or Sales|More Satisfactory.
My elegant line! of Dry Goods, SNotions,
Clothing, etc., goes-whirling, twirling,
here and there, everywhere through
the country like autumn leaves,
and!as they are sold otherlnov
elties take their place, and
the whirling, twirling
keepsüon and on.
ce
Come and yet a tick
et , and when th n full amount onVhe margin is
punched / will make for you J^ree a guar
anteed port/ ait crayon copied from any
phologt aphyou may present. Ma. I
y cur ticket at once.
WILLIAM «AHN
odenheimer & Weeks

I i
I '«»l'innn ville,
Dialers in Dry Goods, ITotions, Grocaries '
ANT) GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Our goods arc entirely nciv, having opened on the first of September.
Wo arc able to compete with l'ort Gibson or any other market.
Sc j
by
Miss
at
The
of
the
at
a
S.
at
Sc j Entrance to General Store and Millinery Department on Main Street.
ERNHE1MER & SONS
was
B
Stetson's Fine Hats in many new style
————————— • •
. Zieglers Hand-Sewed Shoes in mi endless variety,
(-»ents* Furnishing Goods, in every quality and style.
Douglas' Shoes in enormous quantit ies.
Bannars Fine Clothing in grand assortment.
s.
n
■p
1
l'l
1
of
I
Finer Th.an Ever lEU^Txi'bited. DBefore.
Silks, Velvets, Chiffons, Ribbons, Astrachans, Fancy Sur
rabs, Laees, etc., all combined and presented to the peo
ple enable us to capture the best trade and rank
foremost among the enterprising and lively
firms of Port Gibson and vicinity.
Thanking our friends and customers for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
we earnestly solicit a continuance, and shall exert ourselves to always merit their
confidence and good will.
us.
S. BERNH EIMER & SONS, PORT GIBSON.
HEIDENREICH BROS.
Lead Again in Low Prices.
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Ion never had such chances as we^witloffer for lhe
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next ietodays, and tjyou wanl to save 25 cents
• on every dot tar of your fatt purchases, then
take heed and come direct to us.
We mention but few of our many bargains below :
One Lot Cashmeres
All colors, sold everywhere 25c.
Our price 15 eents.
One LotJStriped Worsted
Cost 25 cts. in aoy other house.
We sell same at 15 cts.
One Lot White & Red Flannel
This Flannel is fully worth 38c.
We selfsame at 25 cts.
One Lot Canton Flannel
You consider cheap at 15 cents.
We sell same for 10 cts.
One'Lot Hand-Knit Shawls
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All colors, worth $2 and $2.50.
Our price $1.25 & $1.50
One Lot Fancy Henriettas
24 in. wide,all shades,worth 50c.
Our price 30 cents.
1 Lot Corsets
1 Lot Black School Hose
$2 & $3, our price $1.50 & $2,
This is a rare chance.
Worth 50 cents to every buyer,
Our price 20 and 25 cts.
1 Lot Soft Bleached|Cotton
1 Lot Men'StSuits
Worth $12.00, $15.00 & $20.00
Come and see our prices.
Will cost you 8 cents any where
Our price 5 cents.
More Hats. More Birds, More Wings,
And many other articles added to our
Millinery Department!
The most complete establishment within three hundred mile?;
The Very Latest Styles and tlie Lowest Prices
Make Our House so Famous.
IHEIDENKEICH BROTHERS,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Entrance to General Store and Millinery Department on Main Street.

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