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yiPSESlUY AFTERNOON, MAR t, I8W. horse advertisements in «noth column. See cr Friends of the family will be glad lo learn the Flying Jenny ha« returned. T. Parkins has removed hi« tailor diop to the room next door to Thus. Uv nnV shop._ The Board of Supervisors will meet next Monday, March 7llt. All road overseers are required to muke re port. A Columbus negro has married his mother-in-law, which precipitates an other powerful lactor into the race problem. Capt. Fulkerson has added to his small chunk of wood museum a through which n piece of enterprising voro grass hntl grown. a J. is loot) J:t|inuesc linen note bonds, prints'll aud padded, only $3.00 This BOthcr linen or cotton notes even clicnpor. Send for samples. The Methodist parsonage at Brook havenj was burned Thursday night. Loss on building, $1600; on library niul clothing, $1000; insurance, $1700. ollil»*. Adams county Is parading heroic limpicut tax list, $689, as the smallest ir reported. Claiborne's list foots only $92.39, nnd she isn't especially "I* proinl. # The omul y pull at the residence of >lr*. Olivia itertron, Saturday, netted *1»; for the Presbyterian choir fund, betides nffordiug the little folks an nf trriioou of mer nmenL 1000 x.\ while laid full government riivclopcsjiigli cut, with your busiuess i«rd printed thereon,only $3.00. The envelopes alone will cost you $4 nt any Mill inner's. Address thisottico. The Reveille Job Offleo has just re ceived :t large stock of bill bonds, note heads envelopes, cords, etc.,and is pre pared to execute the neatest work nt (ity prices. One trial is all we ask. Wiley King escaped from jail last evening. Auy information as to his whereabouts thankfully received. He is easily recognized by his French ao »•••nt, Spanish gaits and a grizzly bang 1rs upper lip. Coitox Shipments.' —For February ilic cot fou shipments from Port Gib Miii amounted to 1030 bales, against 11(0 last year. ToIhI shipments for this season, 10,680 bales. Total to Minie dale Iasi year, 98C6. Patronize the home job prluter. Kvery business house in Port Gibson with one exception gets job work done nt the Reveille office. A trial order Iron» country merchants solicited. If we tail to please you, don't take the voik. l-ti't that fair enough? 1!m ipt is m know ledged of "Utah, A Peep into a \ onntnin Walled Treas ury ot the Gods," an elegantly printed nnd exquisitely illustrated pamphlet portraying smicry along the Denver and Kin Grandi* lînilway. Price 26 cents. J. II. lii'iiiiett, (•en'l Paasvnger Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. If all the babies born in one year wi re required to walk past a corner nt the rate of 20 per minute, it would mke them six years to pass. If they were in carriages with a nurse allacli I. and her best young corner, they never would get by—and neither would the weary pedestrian. Prof. Edw. Muybridge, of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, whose study of animal locomotion has made him laiiioiis, believes lie is working on the correct principle to develop n machine ihat will make people fly. Several ma chines already completed may be re lied upon to do this—in fact some peo ple arc too fly anyhow. I fessor is undoubtedly right : rapidly ucariiig fly time. a a man on tbe 4*4 But the pro wc arc 1hk Boss Snakk Story.—A farmer of Marion county say« lie hn« a snake )vlilt'll swallowed au eight day clock in August, 1887. Until the clock ran down it «truck regularly and its lick ing reuld be heard. A short time ago tlio I(tuner found «oinc eggs which nnd been deposited in a hole by tho j v l 'de, and on breaking them 'mind that enelt contained an open meed wnlcli in first-class running or der. Ilo sold tbe watches nt a big I'f'dit, and lias now given the snake n I'ost nugcr in the hope Hint it will produce sufficient cork «crews to ena ble b iin to start a wholesale drug store. open I'ktku McFarland.—T ho ioilowiug letter lo Mr. J. McU. Martin from tho elcrk of (ho Louisville chancerv oourt «plums itself. Mr. Martin i'opliod, Hiring McFarland a good name as a soldier, and lets us print tho letter in ♦lie hope that some of his comrades limy be able lo nssist him : Louisville, Ky., Feb. 24.1893.' Bear Sir : Mr. Peter McFarland, of Ihi# city, mys he was a member ot Company C, HI' Mississippi Cavalry during the '[ ftr mid say« you were with him in Hie same company. He I« In poor clr "inwtanccs, aud if he was a good sol dier all through tho war, pleaao let u« , ,w sud wc can assist him some. I suppose it is all rigid, but would Use to know definitely. Yours truly, Jno. II. Wki.lkk. Utile (liants ! Little Giants! What n »lesving that any one enn get n pill that •*« m such purluct harmony on nil parts .... 'I* system and leaves no bad results. * are positively perfect Sold hy S. »•Duileg & Co.. HermanviUc. •bilin Robinson, colored, mttrder a,,< ' robbed a gentlemen named ar «y il * Shaw, last week. Robin Ï?" Was captured and confesned. .. ""«red to lead the mob to a roilnmd trestle under which the ""'" e .V lay buried. John and the money have now oxchangod lo cations. In?*!' l ,ow I dislike loses my hair get ■> gray. 8*y t <t„ yon know that 73 in one lK ' UIc of Hair bin , 7 T" . not ««lr restore the color OneUm 1 * a r KK* ,u *>y Uj.peornnce? Try SÄT* 0*1? *- K - a. Lo, UeraiAuvilin. in tbe at the ' PERSONAL. Cornelius Dorctuus, of Dallas, T as, it here. cx Charles A. Gordon 1« attending Marti! (iraa. * I8W. Calch (.obtlcll has relu rued from llollvar county. Will aud Ilyron Levy loft for New Orleans Saturday. Jn«>. McC. Marlin aiul wife left for New Orleans .Sunday. Mia« Kuan Foote I« visiting Mis« Ethel Moutiger in Jackson. E. h Bolls, of Rodney, wn« among tho visitor« to town Thursday. Major M. S. Ilnsle ia here. He ha« come to build the water works. lo re his an Mm. Gage returned from a month'« visit at Glen Allen Monday night. Dr.Itcdusand Sammy Bcrtrou went down to New Orleans Monday uigliL his Mrs. G. W. Wheclcss Is tiinoug Port Gibson's tiras. representatives al Mardi Mrs. Dr. Anderson nnd several of the liitlo folks are with Mrs. j. M. Parker in New Orleans. Mr. Henry Drcxlcr, a prominent inorchaiitof Rocky Springs, was in tho city yesterday.—Commercial Herald. John Whoelras is quite sick at Mis sissippi College, Clinton. Charley Wheclcss went over to attend him Monday. Major Clevo Rowan is again engaged in reportorinl work for the Vicksburg dailies. Tho major is a hustler with a nose trained for news. J. D Wood, Jr., camo down from Memphis Sunday, and baccy Wood, from Jaeksoti, to be present at their sister's wedding Monday. Mrs. W. II. UtE, of Duckport, Ln., who recently spent a week here visit ing her relative, Mrs. Harris, passed up from Fayette cn route home !»st afternoon. Miss Katharine Buck, after an ab sence of seven months, returned from Baltimore Thursday night. Prof. N. J. Buck, who went to Baltimore a couple of weeks ago, escorted his sis ter home. Mrs. G. W. McGinnis, of Memphis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I». Wood. She is accompanied by her nicco, Miss Fannie O'Mara, of Ken tucky, who has been spending some weeks in Memphis. Miss Emma Allen, to the regret of mauy admirers. left last uigl t for her home, Nanachcliaw, Miss. Mrs. Wal lace Arnold and her splendid boys, Allen and Wallace, accompanied her lor a visit.—Greenville Times. Ml« Kittc Mill«,,.. », ll.rrl.lon, WM tlic guefft it, Mi« Millie Koike« MO., find the Misses Compton several d<iy$ ln*t week, returning from flic f EllU-Uii'limoml wedding. Mi»* Mill eaps expects to make her home with lier aunt, Mrs McPherson, whose hus band died suddenly a short time ago. a of nt If A Texas newspaper in writing up a ball thus describes « fair lassie's garb : " Miss X —wore a red bombaxinedres« rtirhed with a point nlpnca and an ov er skirt of rose gingham with a bor der of parsley blossoms. Her tort our was particularly noticeable from the fact that her hair w'ns so deliciously scrambled in front. Kite also wore No. 9 lilac double-button glovos, No. 6 store shoes slashed nt the, heels and pompadour socks.'' How fearful tluiM hlo, your face! Are you aware It He of lieges' Itloml Purifier and Blood Maker will not only remove them but cleanse yoor blood so that they will not np|M*ar again? Sold and warranted by Dudley &Co.. Hcruiunville. DIED." Hastings* —Kutercd into life eter nal nt her home in Port Gibson on Hie morning of the 26th nit., Adelina Val entine Hastings, daughter of John G. and O. A. Hastings, aged twelve years aud flftocn days. Lina, (by which name she was gen erally known) was endowed with a bright mind aud a sunny disposition, which gave her a wide circle ot friends, notwithstanding tho tact that she was debarred by her delicate constitution from participation in tho ordinary pleasures of childhood in all their full ness. This was touchiugly illustrated by the number of young people who were present on Saturday when tbe burial service was read by the Rev. Mr. Noll, of St. James' Church, and her body was committed to earth In hope of a glorious resurrection. Tho pupils of Miss Loury 's school nnd of St. James' Sunday School attended iu a body. St. James' Guild devoted a page of its minutes to a memorial rec ord of her briet earthly career and delegated a committee to act as nn es cort from the house to the grave. From these organizations Lina will henceforth bo sadly missed. But this is but a (aint indication of the depth of popular sympathy for tho family in whtcb death lias created such an aching void. Bill Nve advertises his cow : Owing to ill health I will sell at my residence iu township 19, range 18 west, according to government survey, one plush raspberry-color ed cow, age eight years. She is a good milkster and not atraid of the cars or anything else She is of undaunted courage and gives milk frequently. To a man that does not fear death in any form she would bo a great boon. She is very mush attached to her home (at present by means of a stay chain), but she will be sold to any one who will agree to use her right She is one-fourth short-horn and three fourths hyena. ,1 will also throw double-barreled shot gun, which goes with her. In May she, generally goes away somewhere for a week or two, aDd returns with a tall red calf, with long wobbly legs. Her name is Rose and I prefer to sell her to ft non-resident. look on one I Hit ty at est ed A fllo is ine of day Feb. bar I by ly and * or and from tion new all yune, in it LOST! Bstnrday, F«b. 27lb, on or near Church street, TWO SMALL MEMORANDA BOOK8~ona with a dark redmorrocoocover,eomewbat worn; tbe other a light gray paper cover. Both opened at »he end. They are of no n»e to any «me but the owner. A liberal reward paid for return to JL W. Ht? HSR. RELIGIOUS. Only 16 per cent of the young men in Iho United Stute« aro church-goers. Cliarle« T. Will Im« brought- «ult to foreclose a mortgage on Dr. Tnl uindgo's new Brooklyn laberuaclc. $62,216 is yet duo Idiu. The building cost over $-100,000. Itev. S. K. Young will preach at Grange Hall next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and at the Christian church. Port Gibson, at 8 o'clock in tho after* noon. All invited. Electric Bittern. This remedy is becoming so well known, aud so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will curt all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will rebiove Pimples, Boils, Salt It he uni, and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all ma>ariul fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation aud Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed money refunded. Price f>0cts. and >1 per bottle at J. A. Shrew's Drug Store. cx * from New for Mis« ha« of M. N. a I». of or Martin. The club dance Wednesday night last week was a grand succès*. The Port Gibson string band (col.) was employed to make music for the occasion. All danced: even one of our old bachelors who was never known to dance before was seen tripping lightly abiut the floor, showing uB some of the "new figures" —the latest Among those prese from a distance were: H. E. Magee, Reedville; Misses Shields, Jlerman ville; Miss Wilkinson, Tillman; Mr. Roes, Red Lick; D. Q. Grilling, Miss Annie Dakin, Harriston; Miss Annie. McGaleb, Goon Island; Messrs. Jkerd and Naasson, Port Gibson. Our little city was also well repre ented. All seemed agreeable, and time passed off. only too last for some of our fun-loving P°T e - w . . . , . Wm. Winters aud daughter. Miss] Blanche, D. J. Cannon, John I. Marier, W. G. Herrington and Aratus Shields were in our city Saturday. M. A. Price and G. W. Monday evening for Haslehurst They go to bring Bill Cater back to this place for trial, Bill having been arrested and put in jail at Ilazlehurst on a charge of "borrowing" one of Mr. Price's best mules and trading it oft in Brookhaven, getting some boot in cash, without Mr. Price's knowledge or consent. Mr. P. h " TTSl 'ÏTi?' 6 I, fc ,, J ' 4 f"*" 1 a ? d î k Pn " «"*'* the neighborhood of J lllmm one even f week find |ot lose on their re turn home that night. Mr. Heath ran into * barbed wire fence and somewhat disfigured his nose. They arrived next morning. We hear wedding bells, also some thing about four-wheeled buggies and a four roomed cottage. Mrs.M.K. Nesmith has just returned from Natchez. J. B. McCaleb is soon to have a saw mill in operation on Coon Island. He will ship lumber by steamer plying in Clark's creek. Orders solicit«!. nt Ililbum left : Bcgg*' German Salvo Is giving wnn dcrfil satisfaction wherever used. No family can afford to he without it. Sold and warranted by S- E. .Dudley & Go., Hurmunvilltf. Administrator's Sale. By virlu«* of a det-ree of tbe CUIbornecoun ty chancery <*mrt reiulore.l at the N»reinh«r term, 1801, ihu eof, cause No. 1079 on the gen eral docket thereof, I will, on SATURDAY, THK JVriI DAY OF MARCH, 1S92, at public aurlion at the front door of the court houtf in F<*rt UHmoii, Miss , sell to the high est bidder for cash, within the hoar* prescrib ed by law, all the unco'h'ctml c'ioees In action due the estate of Chas I) Wliat ton, deceased. A list of naid uticollcc'o I choac« tu action is on fllo in «aid cau*e No. 10.'ll to which reference is here made .Ml feb24 A. C. WHARTON, Administrator. Administrator's Notice. Letter* U-atamenUry of the last will and tee Unicut of Sarah F. Buckner, decea<4«<], was ie ine I to Uic undersigned by the Chancery Court of Claiborue Oouuty, Mi**i«*ippi, oa the 3rd day of February, 1893. All person* having claim* agaiuat tbe estate of our testator are hereby notitied to have them regintered ** pro vided by law. LOMAX ANDERSON, JOHN M. PARKER, Executor*. March 2.1893-41. Strayed or Stolen. From the Samuel Bagnell place, on Monday, Feb. 22, ONE LIGHT DAPPLE GREY MARE, about 14 banda high, 7 year* old, with bell on bar neck. Tbe finder wilt be rewarded and no question* asked, by delivering said animal to J. H. DANJEAN, at J. H. Gordon'* Store. mar2 I Itiderchlfif Extract«,—Lubin's are sweet, Lundborg'a are awfully sweet, but Wright's, the kind kept by C. 8. Mason, are just "too utter, ly too." Pratt's Food is surpassing ex pectations. . It gives muscle, bone and staying powers—just what you want for plowing season. Town references given. E. KIEFER. FOR THK BLOOD, WMkuw, Malaria, Indigestion aafi biliousness, dite __ * BROWN* IRON BITTER*. quickly. For «aie by all deale« la Get the genuine. Tbe New Urfeaua I'icaynno ta one of th* newsiest and meet reliable paper« pub lished. Its Editorial* aro judicious and timely ; it gives all th* news without fear or favor; Ita Associated Preaa and Special Southern Teli gmma cover all important Foreign and Domeslio News; it« Com mercial and Market Report* ore complote and are accepted standards; ita Letter* from New York and Paris, and the Special Contributions of Pearl Riven, Catharine Cole, Moilie Moore Davis, Jennie Jnne, Marie Points and others are unfailing source* of in tercet and informa tion and are of a high order of literary merit. Tbe Picayune is printed in clear, new type, of size sufficient to be read without »training the eye. To keep abreast of the Umea and know all worth knowing that * newspaper should tell, send Three Dollars for three months' subscription to the Daily Pica yune, or subscribe for it« splendid Weekly Edition at One Dollar a year. The Weekly ia sixteen pages, and la issued every Thursday morning to reach «11 »ubsüribers before Sunday men «ult Tnl at at no of not all LOCAL WEATBE1 BECQBD, 1891. Pompera tu re noted epe.laliy for tbe Kxvbillx at 8 p. m. daily, from best »olf-reguteriug instrument«, exposed In th«op«n air. THERMOM. ■ 4X MIX. 34 ra S9 25 SC *46 »I 49 85 37 62 83 28 «7 42 2» 59 48 WEATUSB. Clear Four-Fifth« Clitudy Fonp-Fifth* Cloudy X Fair Fair «fter II am 3-3 Fair MARCH, 1893. Moon--lit qr Mch. 5th; Full Moon 13 b; last qr 3t«t ; new moon 38th. ■cn, MAX. MIX. I 53 30 wrath fr. Clear SUMMARY FOR JANUARY, 1883. Highest temperature I/)writ temperature Dsye when temp, feil lo 83 dev. or lower Great cut dally range Leant daily range* Days wholly or mainly rl.-sr Number day* entirely nutilesa Number days when raiu Ml Rainfall during the um th Urcstc.it ralufall In one day M deg. (fttll) -"Jdeg (18th) » dag. (1st. mb) • deg. (3th. ) i * None 5 3 68 in. 2 00 1«. (30tli) Whm Baby wm »ick, *r* h&r r&jtofÜL When she ni s Child, ebe cried for Caatoria, When the became Mia*. ebe clung to Castori« When she bad Children, «•*« gave them Caatoria or ^ California Canned Fruits and Fancy Groceries a specialty', at E. KIEFER'S. Families supplied on short notice, Bread, cakes and home-make can dy always on hand. Opposite 8 . BEBNHZIHEB & SOBS'. f e byi<- 4 t Mules and Horses I Remember the old reliable stable "around the corner" is ready to sell you first-class mules and horses at low cotton fig ures. Come in and get first pick ! L. P. Williams. BLAKE & DENIAS Bakers & Confectioners, • WILLIAM CAHN TO THE FRONT ONCE MORE With His Elegant Line of Spring Goods I IS ITO'W EEADT r*OE5 THE TEADE. 2hose who are desirous oj obtaining novelties in this tine will do well lo call al once and make a selection, as il is my intention lo sell them quick and at prices proportionate lo the limes . call and see for yourself. Give me a »! WM. CMMEUnT, r=oxt C-i1oso3rL. S Tl A HT V CDYt TM#1 f Jyi JljL JlV JLl Jl nJF JEr JOL JLJLvi *JP □ «<1892>* MARCH *<1392>* Fancy and Staple Dry Goods! Tremendous Shipments Spring Goods Enroute! ■ m LOOK OUT FOK NOVELTIES! ? We Will Soon Exhibit Our Usual Large & Splendid Assortment Clothing is way bdow value at Cahn's. Quick sales and small profit is Marx's motto. Fresh Lime and Cement always on hand at Just received, car load of Blounts True Blue Plows. Am prepared to give the trade some very low figures. E. KIEFER'S. E. KIEFER. Mules I Mules I I brought down from St. Lou is eirly this week a car load of choice muks. I propose to sell these animals cheap. This is busi ness. You will save money by buying now. L. P. Williams. « FINE SHOW OASES. ■Sr Ask for catalogne. TERRY M'F'G CO.. Nashville. T mu Scientific American * Aosacy for Patents •j for inffma»o«i »na fnw Handbook writ* to MUirx * COl hi Broadway, Nsw Tome. g«S ««•■■ for iMrin falaata la AwSs ■varTPatant takas oat by oa It bronchi beton th* xobila br a nouea glrm free at ebante la Uw ^cirntifit American r SX» Â»^ au 1î oTS:.!» Whoa, dar, Mule I The reliable, low-priced stable around the corner is ready to supply the market with high-toned mules and horses. L. P. Williams. at is A Household Remedy roe au. BLOOD m°SKIN DISEASES Botanic Bleed Balm If fiiree SC80FVU. ULCCas, SALT *> burea rheum. itczKHA, mo lofM et «illsnut SKIM ERUPTION. Me «Ida* billig »Meacloui lr ter-lae «e the system and ratterte« the coMtltatlen, •bn Impaired Ire« any cut*. Hi ■l«**t supernatural keying prorertles |e«tHy es la direetlons srs of by Oi Vinl*sl»f to I owed. a cars, If 8ENT FREE ■ . "Iwk ,t Snlcn.* MLOOO BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ca. .'%**%***4 JEWELRY HANDSOMEST SELECTION In This Part of MISSISSIPPI. H. GOEPEL WATCHES and CLOCKS, Sewing Machines. Repairing a Specialty. Trespass Notice. Greenwood, Windsor, China Grove, Laurel Point, Smithfleld We the undersigned hereby warn all parties against hunting, fishing, or in any way trespassing upon the above named places, under penal ty of law. Dr. VV. G. Williams, Wm. Hughes, T. F. Daniels, J. M. Magruder. dec'2-6m W. B. Fulkerson, INSURANCE, AGENT. OFFlUt 4T Wm. CAHN'S. -HtrRXAKK Phoenix Insurance, of Brooklyn, N.'w Orleans Insurance Association, of New Orleans, Georgia Homo Insnrance, of Colons bus, Georgia, Phoenix Insnrance, of Hartford, Mississippi Home Insnrance,Vicksburg Aetna Insnrance, of Hartford, Southern Insurance, of New Orleans. Kept 5th, 1800. (8m) I'alwnys keep in stock the latest styles in s t-» SS CD Which I «rill a*U at low eat poasiMe profit. Old Ooid and Silver Bought at Market Priée*. Repairing of Watch*«, Clock« and Jewel,jr done «I raaaonable price*. All work guaranteed E. MOSER. Main Bteet, Tori Qitxion. for one ye«r. feb!7-1y ChtWrfi« Cry for Pitcher'« Castorit