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VEPNESDAY AFTERNOON, Al'Q. 17, ISM es PERSONAL. , 1 . l). Wood, Jr., of Memphis, spent Sunday hero. Miss Bello Person loft last Wodncs* day for Monteaglo. T. B. Magrudcr ot Vicksburg is down for a short stay. Blanton Moore returned yesterday from Sharkey county. ghcry is visiting her sou Vcbb Station. .*■ Miss Hariiet Hit email loft this morning for Cooper's Woll. Misa Alice Baggett of Vicksburg is the guest of Miss Nellis Hen. Miss Anna Kggleston returned Fri day night from Bsy 8 t Louis. Miss Hosn Foote departed last week to visit friends Iu PUgab, Ala. Miss Addle Iiichardsou returned tlds week from Jcflorsou county. , .! Miss Maggie Haider of Yazoo City is visiting Miss Claudia Smith. .. Miss May Bussell is now iu Toxaa. Her address is Nowlin, Hall county. Jacob Bcrtihclmcr started north hu* Sunday to buy a fall stock of good*. 4 ** Misses Pearl aud Baiiuayue Taliafor Icavo this afternoon for a visit to Texas. Misses Fannie and Lillie Bazinskyof Vicksburg are guests of Mrs, Molse Wdscfa. Mrs. Mary Capers of Yazoo City is visiting Mis. C. E. Wright.—Cotuincr clal-Hcrald. 4 Miss Kihcl Hughes, lately visit lug Miss Lucie Colson, has returned to her home in Jackson. . Mrs. Dan Walter at V ro AbeAbrahamseu,lately with Heiden- 1 reich Bros., lclt Monday' for a course ! in the business coilogo at Lexington, Ky. f4l i I ^ RVl8 > an old-time citizen ° l? rt L'bson, ami now of Çarey, is \isiling his sister, Mrs. G. B. Whec- I »«»'S "ear town. | After tho Rocky Spriugs meeting I on Saturday, Hon. G. 8 . Dodds came I to Port Gibson and stayed till Monday I with Ciias. A. Gordon aud Dr. Kedus. J • a _in __ 4 , ,, , mug and will permanent y reside here. J he family will occupy the Reu- 1 imnl cottage. Uev, B. F. Joues and wife arrived hume Saturday after several weeks ab- 1 vicuec. Mr. Jones lias in««lc a thorough | canvass for the Female College aud ex pects a large at tendance. *- Î J. G. Hastings and G. Haim went to licrinaiivillo this morning to work up a lodge ol Woodmen of pic WorM. . Mr. aud Mrs. Martin and MiM Bay* lissa Myles departed Monday lor Cum berland Gap, Tcun., aud tho north. Mrs. Carrie Green ricscros and daughter of Grceuvillo arrived this ill >: . Miss Ida Uptou of New Orleans j sjieiu Friday and Saturday hero can-1 vussing lor the Southwestern Prosby- I icriaii, of tvliicli lier brother is pub jidier. Miss Uptou is a most cncrgct «c nud successful canvasser. I by Uomcmbor tho Martin barbecue on I ot Fridajr. The programme Includes good >" s,'diking and plenty to cat, and Brau- 1 641 •Ivwiiic will givo you a royal welcome. |* 1 Turn out. Democrats ! » J on (bo llcrmanville, Ciaiborue county, will blossom out next season as a truck grou iug community. There is plenty of competition ahead iu tho near fu ture.—Crystal .Spriugs Meteor. K xjuhts and Ladies of Honor.— At iho grand lodge meotiug in Vicke liurg Inst Wednesday, Mrs. O. A. Hash- j mgs was rc-clectcd grand secretary, I aud J. 1). Itridger of Brandywine was I piected one of tho grand trustees. | .__ .. . . ty iJLiÆ c * m »* on lb0 each a ^ r r» tb0 ' l V° , V t0 last from August 26th to September . mJ . ir c !'" r * - ' n fl,10c " "»•«•< I ority Local optiou is tbo iavorite theme of local politicians now, though strictly speaking it is not a political question , , here. The nnti-whiskor foelitur is f * «rung among all parties without re- J 1 L'ard 10 politics, aud three men out of b wi ry four predict a victory for prohi- P° liliou. j ly, I is Aumy Worms.— David Humphreys west. reports army worms iu considerable I to numbers in the cotton fields of Van- ot Clu *c plantation. Mr. II. thinks they cun be fouud to some exteut iu most fields in that neighborhood. A con Ji»nance of tills wot weather will soon toe ®nug myriads of them. the re., cz, * *, Llaiborno counly has as many U80 copie as Jefferson— no matter what brick tiT 8 «bow*—may Imriy be in- New rfl - . c 0 ,n P*riuif the number ot mauy registered votors in each county. Clai bu r uc has 728 wliites registered and fo blacks, total 853. Jefferson has whites and 89 blacks, total 668 ; Lluiborue's majority 195. Last •top ley filling 000 I » the liquor traffic Is to be bauished I ,r °." this county, as now soems astur- <d M by the deep-seated prohibition feel- 1 tri * 4 '"g. let it bc done by a voto so decided I "*»t "blind tigers" will not dare to ho "*«1«: appearance hereafter. And }uuarcin favor of tom œrance, sro 1 *** F« ( be mooting to-morrow aud ^ tbo cause your moral supporL —_lL. about On Friday Mayor Colson investi- wages K'dcd the case of Willio, Charles and } '^wls Thomas, colored lads who aiej « charged with robbing Mra. Harris' which re«iilcuco of $45. Their ages range retail "«'in ten to fourtcon; The youugcst ' v# * discharged on accouut of his .'eull,, Ull j tJl0 0 |i icrs uoro bounj vi!,!, lo ,llc c * rc uit court in the sum of >100 each. A Miss., Now hospital with wa* loaning flic scions him It, V U ' ,C SnuKiira.— Col. Chas. E. ooker and lion. Geo. 8 . Dodds will for!! noxt Krida > r at *h® Marlin bar wi i, e> .A committee from (bis place WftM HU them alter the barbecue st l, . f ort , bom to Port Gibson, and win i , 0 * 4 Mist night the two orators ho» * , 0M our oltteons in tho court « 11,1 . Democrats nil be on hand J'U* them a good audience. mul Wc ire glad to uotc that (be rail road station ta again open at ufghl and proper attention paid to the comfort of travellers. Luciusi Chisholm, dangerously ill of lato with typhoid fever, is free ot fe ver this tnorulug bot greatly pros 1 es .< of Iu ISM spent Wodncs* is sou .*■ this is Fri week , .! City .. Toxaa. hu* 4 ** to Molse is lug her Wo aro Indebted to a llocky Springs friend for our cxcoJiont report of tbo speaking t hero last Sa turday. Tbo damp cloudy weather cqnliuuos with no sigu of abatement, making eotton ptroters feci very gloomy. A y oung negro named Johnson arrested resterd ay at Herman ville _ suspicion of being ono of thq Itedwood robbers and murderers. " Warren comity offlcials have been informed. was ou The Bayou Bninon^M^or Hasic la at work preparing build tho bridge at Grindstouq Ford, and tbo (Mio two inilos below town near the railroad bridge. These structures are sorely needed, cspccIaJJy (be former. Camp Meeting.— The Sam Jones Camp Meotiug (near Gloster) will bc giu Friday, 36th August. ttreOrsion rates to and from tho grounds from Port Gibson and IU lttjtfinàèliatc points. All trains will atop** the grounds, improved hotel accommo dations teu days. Tho moetiug will continue J. A. B. Jones, Pros. W. W. Simmons, Pastor. The stench that goes up from the streets of Uus towu is disgusting, sickening. Port Gibson lias broad av enues ami whlespàocs between dwell ings, aud ought therefore to «ujoy pure air; but Köln itself is net foul-odored. What else eau bo expect ed when 150 or 200 head of cattks arc allowed to reost ou the streets and sidewalks every ui^bt? Isn't ft about time to quit turnlug our tborough fare into a eowlot ? tor on tier aer ot cer, and ly that M Locai. Oiiton.—L eading prohib itionists are circulating ibo following handbill : * .• x '* 4 • > "The board of supervisors Uavo < dered au election to bo .held Sept 1 st, 1692. To carry this county against whiskey will rcqnlro hard work thorough organization. Let no friend 1 temperance deceive himself by ! Lliinkmjç- otherwise. Therefore all citizens who wish to free our county from thifcvil aro requested to meet I in the court botiso at 11 o'clock Thurs day morning, Aug. 18th, for tho is po«, 0 f pianuiug ait aotive campaign. I Gome and show your interest In tho | gootl CAUH ^, I These circulars have been widely I distribute«! îi) tho fipuutrv aud a very I number of citizens Lavo express J ®d thoir iutontiou of comiug u> meeting to-morrow. It is proposed to send spénkers into every prcdtîct to ,, , urgo upon voters tho duty of going to th o* polls Sept. 1st aud casting their 1 ballots for tcmporaace. Tliere is no doubt about tho strength of tho pro hibitlon sentiment in C'laiborne ; if a ab- 1 foil vote is polled the county'\vill ai | most certainly "go dry." ex to up Bay* Cum or ami pur dies the The ors order and sweet I Hotel pared Tho hour, Grand many will the and this -d The Port Gibson Brick Works.— . Excopt tho oil mill, this is the most j important industry carried ou in Clai can-1 borne couuty. On visiting the yards I yesterday altoruoou iu eompaijj» with Mr.. Gocpcl we wera impressed by the magnltudo of tiio enterprise aud I by the busy activity visible In every dtop art mtt. * • * —— A hngo pit lias been scooped out cast of tho buildings by the removal of (boiisauds upon thousands of tous of clay, and every day lhe great cavity widens. The clay jsjoaded into a sort I ot car > »P tl«» pug >" HI y Y * wire ®**' l wiudlaaagiov 1 641 8, « a| n 1« worked lhfw %rick |* 1 G** raf ® nf 4ÖÖ0 piyF Rour, the daily J output being about 40,000. Tho wood on racks where the raw brick arc dry preparatory to stacking (bo kilns cover several acres am! a'lo*d Lehigh and to ing ings, ing The men side iversal should reflect tude Tho who mines, ions now terday camp the convicts. tho veral scene pected. j room for nearly 40(JylHW. I The kilns are four in number, of tbo I Kudalia patent, the company paying a | large royally to tho pateutcc. Twen . ty thousand of the best St. Louis fire bnck ,n construction ot each one. The capacity of the four combined is in tho neighborhood of . 500 000 brick. ^ 'rb«pr«l»cl of there -orh.U ofthe I highest grade ol oxreWonre, it, Biiperf ority being fully established iu the inarkcL Aside from a beautifully smooth finish, Port Gibson brick are lu for , , , , . f * mctl fwr Pa"® 8 **"« »" au uucouunou J 1 ®*™ 0 tbc ' 7 ° pxoportics Öf b «fdncss aud toughness, lu theëe P° lnts lho co,n P® Q y claims,—aud just j ly, as we beiiooe,—that their product I is absolutely anrivailed in tbe soatb west. They have had the good fortuue I to locate their works upou a stratum ot clay which nature seems to have in tended specialty for brick-making. Iu proof of the merits of their brick tho company toll tho fact that thecommit toe whb arranged for the building of the splendid Masonic templo in Natch cz, stipulalod Uiat tbe contractor must U80 Il0nc bnt Port Gibson brick. Tho brick are well-known and popular iu New Orleans also, to which point mauy carloads have boen shipped, •nr Full to month ian, lating their gust get the present and Last spriug when floods put a long •top to traffic over the Mississippi'Vol ley road, tbe company was engaged in filling a New Orleans order for 2,000; 000 brick, about 250 carloads. Othor I from ***% ^ * *>« "4 0 «** <d ftccou " i of tho »"tc^upUou to 1 tri * 4 °* . I An,0 ?f 0l , her g00tl ho ra •■oad compauy, Vicksburg 1 *** important poin ts, lbreo or four «re loaded and shipped every day. fbe company gives employment to about fifty men, mostly colored, whose wages are all spent in town. This en } terprfse aud the oil mill togothor bave « weekly pay roll of $800 or $900 which makes an important item in tbe retail trade of Port Gibson. U is in dustries like this that build up towns. The presidout Is 8 . Schillig; vice president II.Gocpel; manager ILChlids, ■ . f'ulf to us month 1 Cd. will night, Gffiaon Democracy be time. Full to us month A Sad End. —Win. Holt, of Jackson, Miss., a student at Cbainboriain-IIuut academy several years ago, died iu Now Orleans Sunday at tho Chanty hospital from a doso of opium taken with suicidal intent, Tho young man wa* found at ten o'clock Friday night loaning against a show window near flic 8 t. Charles hotel iu a somi-uucou scions condition apparently from drunkenness. Two cab drivers led him to (bo hotel where ho was aiiowod i and of fe to sit all night ou (he verandah to sleep off the liquor ; but next morning he win. still uuconscious aud tho clerk I becoming alarmed sent him to tho Charity hospital for treatment. There » on Sunday afternoon he breathed bis lost, never rogaiuing possession of his faculties. A barkeeper at the Cres cent Hall lias testified that Holt with tho poison on Friday and heard him afterwards declaro that ho had swallowed it. in Port Gibson ho was kuown as a well-bred, amiable youth, very popular wlih his fellow-students and liked by all with whom ho camo into contact. I No roasou has boon assigned for bis act of selMleetniction. He was a son of thalate Dr. A. C. Holt, of Now Or-1 1 br f °}* er :"ï'™ ot ft * tc auditor Stone, of Mississippi. J gtro a regular old-style barbecue m a I beautiful grove near Martin, Friday morning 19th mst. Col. Hooker, Mr. Dodds, private Juo. Allen and othor w Domocratic orators areexpocted. The | Uevciiie is authorised to extend a gen eral invitation to the Ciaiborue De mocracy to bo present, hear the speech es aud help annihilate the oatablcs. Turn out, voters ot Claiborne, and ioiq iu fellowship with tho staunch Democrats of Brandy wine ou the 19tlr .< Turn out aud show-that the banner of Dci«o<f aey stttl wares trinaipbiuit Iu Claiborne. he saw Mr. I Barbeoue on the 19th. Tho Braudywino Democrats wil Confederate Pensions. Mr. Editor: The law providing for the pay ment of pensions to disabled Con federate soldiers and sailors, their widows, and servants of soldiersfcnd sailors, left it with the State Audi tor ''to prescribe such rules as will Fo ».cure pension« to the trnly de serving, and prevent imposition Up- and on the fund by the unworthy." Tjn- M er tier tl.iu aiilKr,ri(u «Iw. AhHIu. K.o aer Mils auinomy tne Auditor has constituted a Board of Knauirv. I composed of members of the ot Supervisors, County Health offi cer, Sheriff find Chancery Clerk. This Board of Enquiry will sit in judgment on the first Monday of September, 1892, at the court house and will carefully and conscientious ly pass upon the merits ol each ap plication. I am authorized to say that the board will sit for one day only, and that all applicants appear in person before it. Yours truly, A. K. Jones. oar of page must Grand Lodge K. U L. of H. Grand Lodge K. U L. of H. Fort Gibson, Miss., Aug. 15, 181*2. Editor Itevciiie : The Grand Lodge Knights and La dies of Honor conveucd in eleventh auuual session iu the masouic hall iu the city of Vicksburg, Aug. 9 and 10. The attendance of mombers and visit ors was larger than at any previous meeting. During the past year tho order has held its own aud is growing cjdily into public favor. Tho Grand Lodge was royally en tertained by the sister lodges, Banner and Vicksburg, of the Hill City. Tuesday night a princely banquet was spread while a sable baud discoursed sweet music. Subsequently the young I »copie adjourned to tho Washington Hotel whcrc^tlic genial host had pre pared the dining room for dancing. Tho dance waa kept up until a late hour, but euded all too soou for the participants. The members of the Grand Lodge will remember with pleasure their visit to Vicksburg. Tbo hospitality of their citizens, aud tho many courtesies extended them by the proprietor of the Washington Hotel will never bo forgotten. -d On Grand Sbc-rktary. Tlio switchmen of the Erie and Lehigh Valley road are on a strike higher wages at Buffalo, N. Y., and are trying to bring tho company to terms by stopping traffic, burn ing cars, freight, tanks, offlco-build ings, etc and worst of all by throw ing passenger coaches off the track. The public hfts no sympathy with men capable of such crimes. Out side of Über organisations the un iversal fWlmgis thatlboeedastards should be allowed opportunity to reflect on their misdeeds in the soli tude of prison cells. Tho coal miners of east Tennessee, who have long been irritated by tbo employment of convict labor iu the mines, and who have on several occas ions forcibly set the convicts free, are now in & state of open rebellion. Yes terday at tbo Silver Spriug convict camp they summoned the guards to reudcr,«ad being defied attacked the stockado determined to release the convicts. A battle followed onding in tho repulse of the miners who lost se veral men. Troops are going to the scene of aatioii aud more trou hie is ex pected. for •nr Full line Butterick Patterns sent to us with the Metropolitan each month free. H.eidenbeich Bros. Retail saloon keepers of Merid ian, Miss., who have been circu lating petitions, for a renewal of their licenses, have given up in dis gust They found it impossible to get the signatures of a majority the registered voters. Most of present licenses expire in October and November. of the Crted tor to As boaSm Mb* sbo ■fee tetOdttrea, sNs *svs thaï ■ f'ulf Jint Butterick Patterns sent to us with the Metropolitan each month free. Heidkxreich Bros. Pubiio Speaking. Cd. Hooker and Hoc. Geo. Dodds will speak at the court house Friday night, Aug. 19th, at 8 o'clock. Port Gffiaon Democratic club invites the Democracy of the town and county to present, and promises an Interesting time. Ladies expected also. Full line Butterick Patterns sent us with the Metropolitan each month free, üeidenbeich Bros. i-OCAL WEATHER BECOBD, 1892. to clerk I Temperature noted specially for the RaviiLL« tho , 8 p - m da) ly, from best •elf-reeUtering » ,MtrumenU| . «Po»d in the open sir. bis his Cres and ho a by I Oar Mr. Louis Levy is now nb bis sent visiting St. Louis, Chicago, son New York, Boston and other great Or-1 markets in the north and east. He tc will purchase an immense stock of J goods in all lhe | inC8 we carf y t niK j will be on the lookout for special bargains. Our assortment of mer a I bc * econd , to n <™ ™ f, J*.™ 1 *» Rn ? oor aim will be Mr. ? d l . n J ow P^ces. Our patrons w , 7 e GU 'J r notified upon tne arri | va * °* our fall stock. Moon- -Full Moon 8th, new moon 23nd. WE4TUKR. Rain Rain 4 pm Cloudy Rainy Clear ^ Ftir-raln 8pm AOO. MAX. MIX. 10 _ 92 80 M 70 13 90 68 18 87 69 14 to 71 18 M 66 16 85 67 Mr. I 11 1 To the Pubiio. wil Baa ipeetlully, Laz. Levy's Sons. Aug. 10,1892. Builders, for Lumber, Shingles, Lime, Cement, Nails, Doors, Saab 1 Flooriug, Builders' Tools, Call on LAZ LEVY'S SONS. Don * Read This I Fo * ,f >' ou do > 0 » win re*™ that 1 makeorxau and summer season. Maltrotwi» made to ot M er ^ n A repaire< ^ kinds of upholstery uodc. Cane chairs ri-seated. Country orders promptly attended to. Hatlufactlm, on I guaranteed. ciias. e. king. THE NEW &YORK Weekly World ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Contains the best features of any weekly printed. M. QUAD, late of the Detroit Free Press, writes a page of matter evejy week. SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY. THE WEEKL f WORLD, New York City Washington Hotel VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, (G«nl. McMackin's Famen* Old Stand. ) G. M. HASZINGER, (Member of Co. H. 2nd Mian Battalion, later 48tb Mi«*. Rex.) Proprietor and Manager. IIABRY SMITH, Btewart. Tab&, Rooms and Bods FIRST CLASS. LADIES DEPARTMENT Rates if per Day. Under Management of Mrs. llasztnger. Special rates to excursion part ed as to numbers before hand. lee if mforra my2A-tf Tbo tho the July and August, 18921 Jf •* 4* W and Y., un to tbo the are to the in se the ff • / u 1 OS in ; But Their Immense Stock is Rapidly Disappearing. 1*1 T 4 Those who are in want of and desire a few more goods for summer wear will do well to call on them and get the advantage of their great bargains. of to THEY DESIRE TO CARRY OVER NO SUMMER GOODS AT ALL And to That End They are Exerting Themselves Daily. of Dry Goods, Laces, Lawns, Summer Shirts, Light-Weight Clothing, Lowquarter Shoes, and numerous oth er summer articles. All prices greatly red uced. Now is the time to look for bargains. S. BERNHEIMER & SONS, PORT GIBSON, MISS. J *T" wp" Ïi/V ym é wÀmmmà màm »I&Äb winV/âil î wm - Él U EVERYTHING WAY DOWN ! Let Us Serve You to Your Interest HEinmEICH BROS. I' Our Fall Goods arc on the Way. Lis* 4 t Mon WILLIAM CAHN .11 ■Is Just in Receipt of J Of all Sizes, and Every Part Guaranteed. WILLIAM C-Ä-Ü^T !