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PBC- T. ' 8M - at PORT GIBSON. Anirn. 9:IS am 2:10 »in TRAIN« gorrH rocND. U> ^ »ml p** -en E® r »-•>■>• ^vi l |vlw-, "K t r • 4:14 pm 11:48 pm WCATQEB BBCOBD. lOfi 1 °Uot . v1TE *bkk. IM. WKATHKH. A *'*' Aj ft %0.ïri>KN0VKMBSB, 1"94. «.••r Cloudy till 1pm .80 deg 25 deg to ;«> deg. or lower .. 6 ..88 deg ..11 de* .24 f „jinnor»' llf*r"L ,» n k M temp- |, * n * TLilv run*» • ■* none ,'S.N rain Ml. k Will'll _1.07 indien j; .0.56 inches (SnJ) ^' : 'w,||--in 188'». 2 89 Inohee ; in I«1.7»;* n 1«*. 4.15 5 ta 1». ' A vernie for the foregoiug l l?: '• n . ,1*4. I*' . j.Nlncbef. ptCKMBKB. 1894. I)ec. 12; New ni'Xm Dec. 26 wkatbkr Clno.lv till 1 p m l • I.H H.uu afternoon Cloudy-Rain I to6 pm C.umljr till ;i p m «:>• H» 57 'I Kam 4pm P 5«' ' v « 56 » iuiioii* a dim J„..jo Tlii" rule applies both k *„ 1 # unit to societies. List« .oms will be published i obituary notices and ol live cents a lino lirii gUing P«w rale. PERSONAL. L f,,j returned Sunday from a jg€kk*f°' L Wheel«** i* Tpf iyi>heid fever. K fersftifoii. wiio has latcly.bcen fù* iimI Tennessee, was here this Ic>n a Abort visit. toi J. Mose« was iu New Orleans l( ek attending the meeting of the American Hebrew Ooiigrcg ill with a severe kio ol Lm.1 Mr«. C. A. (iordon were Ljto Natchez, Sunday,by the death Fir Ferritlav, tlio father of Mrs. don ft ß,rup« Humphrey*, *§oii of the Ifirii. H. Humphreys, is a can for the office of Hierifi ol Le tt counfy. pir.Lotnax Anderson of Portland, kinsii*. armed Saturday on a Lt to his father. Dr. Anderson, Sr., LIns becu quite ill. but is now cou kmit. Br.P. M. ilnrditig president ot the EtaTrti"t *iul Uauking Co., received Ery painful injury yesterday while ■driving; hi» horse became unruly id vs* thrown from the buggy with tb Tiolenee as to break his arm. r.Ilsrding i«= resting easy this morn pad bit «pcody recovery is nut ici ib!.—Vicksburg Democrat, 1st. Doms U.tKKKT.—Yesterday's <l:ii ipiefhc tollowiug New Orleans otaiion»: Middling, 5 3 16. Futures a tulv, 4.«.Arnettc lias cIos«m 1 a contract r Ik erection ot a »ix-room rési ner near the i*. (L Oil Works for K. wkitis. bun Ford,» colored man well known iPorl Gibson ami vicinity, dhd Inst itiîty at his home two miles from nn, aged 75 years. Iu old limes he m?c«I to the Valentino family, and • foreman of (lie field hands. The Bitn)Kwt;i.f. Cask.—T he «lis dcheserred in saying that Bridewell's 7 stood eleven to one in favor of a 'iciion for murder. Later accounts ■ ui eleven were for acquittal and « lor a verdict ot manslaughter. ïlip flooring of ihc two bridges ou public road near Mr. Spencer's is ftiliy in need of repairs. Unless r' 1 ,ne,ll l(*d there is danger that F** may be injured by stepping P*li the holes. I'bhT S,IIl ' M,;N1 s.—In November Un i f coUou were shipped to l * Urlcgns by rail, ami 1900 by wng r 10 Grand (Juif auj theucc bv river, L;, , ® ! , 313 * bales. The 3079 bales t |,p| 1,1 September and Ociobcr t .v,,,! C , COlto11 ,,,ov emeut up to Dec. L', 6« compared with 4221 L ® s * wc period last year, nil in Lj ' eof 19 3- bales in this season's aupiaetiig. i^'A^Thc Reveille ac invitation to the tnnrri lh.J* , ^ Chnrlotto Thomson .^"»diiighter of Mr. and Mrs. i , ^bambcM'laiu, of Natchez, lo ' in Meniwother Jones of Jock . c ',5 ln -' eldest *on of Capt. and fMitiirri ** 0,1P8 °f Fort Gibson. The ceremony will be performed . , c,| ez Presbyterian Church, ,(l *y,I)ec. 20th, at six o'clock p. m. V/ u ' EuarnoN.—The election 0,t lu *t Monday without any i*o /. oro, be r disturbance. Forty Co ï H r- Wi| - "'•1'icliardso's, • rCnC '' L ' Aud ' îr8 ° n ' JX V0t0 in was as follows: «.r*";;;;; . Sfhlliior . pencil . . ^•Binais Aiider»o n *'*"** 41 40 .89 89 87 ..86 .28 Hire f complimentary refer f ,f°,î* ? rt Gibsonito, now a mcm *d with i lcxM legislature, will be ^ulîivV' nK0 r ot every voto In Word Dut o*»c, and that was lost ouly i'Ini,r C n ig,,t * n vo, lugfor both can j,.record as a publie offici 'j co'iniy has not becu without , * «hnlleiige the United States ,, j l| nr case. In Hooves county rL received a majority of ov Xewg ° Ul voles."—Pecos Valloy "Our '* co I^oond-op adds : er , Feoplc hero aro talking of Gage ""*•*« Iwo y oars beucc. by bis old friends iu feuit. married. At the Melhodiet parionaj/e 5s? âfcWar^ -""'»O" ? OT ' J»U> . 1894, Ml h» Look Hlrko ŸÂÂÏ , , î , ° EmmoU Hicks i. S. McCay, both ©fCkibornc iu . to am »in COUU ty. For the IU raille.] AI the re.Mai.ee ol Uiobrl,te,Tlmre. .ley ore„l, lgl Nor. 29,1,, i S94 , ji„ B J A. Scbredor to Mr. F. A. Fol.loy, Rev! WJET'-"'«-» The bride is well knowu among us a most estimable Indy. Mr. Polslov »■ originally from West Virginia, but more receuily from Mount Vcruon lexns where, as a member of thé Christian church, he I» kuotvu fable, courteous gentleman. pm pm church ns as au af deg deg 6 deg de* A Friend. DIED. srd?Mi , i , fî ra î UTn,0 ' J % é ona *ri i** •Ird 1894, infant sou of W. C. aud Mary K Herrington, aged 2 months and 21 ■* days. in J. C. Fcrridsy, a native o! Natchez and a gallant ox-Confedcrato soldier, died of heart disease at hie homo in Concordia parish, La., Doc. 2nd, 1894 aged 54 years. The deceased was nn extensive aud siiccosslul cotton plant er, and was highly esteemed tor his excellent qualities. Tbo Natchez Dem ocrat says : "Mr. Forrlday was twice married, his second wilo being Miss Pendleton the daughter of the lato Mr. B. Pend leton, who,with scvotal children,grand children and other relatives, survive him, all of whom will have the heart, fell sympathy of the entire community in Iho groat bereavement that they have sustained. The luncral took place troin the Presbyterian Church iu this c«ly Monday morning.'' Mr. Ferriday was the father of Mrs. Chas. A. Cordon, of Port Gibson. Dr. Price'« Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal an J Diploma. a The Inasmuch Circle of the King's Daughters will meet with Miss Jossie \V Atsein Monday afternoon, Dec. 10th. a! four o'clock. All member aro cor dially invited lo come and pay their duos. A mail packago was delivered from Hie post ortho, Port Gibson, Miss., ad dressed to John Carlisle, on or about Nov. 18th, and lett somewhere in town. The party having it will obligo by turuing it to tlio post office. Additions to th« Church.—T en young men, students at the Chainber iaiu-IIuut Academy, and one youug lady, were received iuto the Presbyter ian church last Sunday. On the same day a young man, also a C.-H. A. student, was received iuto tlio Methodist church. Pastor Hoover, of the Christian church,informs us that thcro have late ly been two additions to bis church, one n young lady aud the other a young man. re a MtruniîKKK Caught.—A Vicksburg Herald dispatch from Jackson "A negro, whose name is unknown, family wounded Will Cook, a young white ninn Monday night on the Irniu near IlNzIcliurst. Whisky was consid erably mixed up in I he affair. Cook ami the negro got into a discussion. Cook made a plunge at the negro, when tho latter caught him by the head, and throwing it back slashed bis throat in a horrible manner and tlien jumped from the train." The murder er was captured at Hermanville, in this county, by a party ot Copiah meu Wednesday morning, and taken back to the scene ot his crime. Thk Fkmai.r Com.kgk.—I tcv. Mr. (Iniitley's friends regret lo learn that, owing to the stringency ot the times, which materially diminished the pat ronage, ho tendered his resignation as president Inst Friday. His reniement, however, will not interrupt the work of the school. It will be carried on as tiHiial by ihc ladies of Iho faculty, with Mrs. M. II. Meek as principal, the clas sification and course of study remain ing unchanged. These ladies arc ex perience«! instructoi8, and we hope they will be well patronized by the community. Wo learn that it is Mr.Ffnntlcy's pur pose to resume, iu this conference, his woik as a minister of the gospel. Kim.kd for Thbbr Doixaks.—S.M. Merchant, a planier of Warren coun ty, was assnsinated last Friday morn ing whilo riding over his plantation near Bovina. He was killed instantly the weapon bciug a shotgun loaded with bullets. Lee Head, a negro teu aut with whom tlio deceased had had a dispute in settling his account, aud Coo. Young, a nephew of Head, were next day arrested on suspicion. Mou dny last, Young, who is a 17-year-old boy, made n full confession,sayiug that Head hired him for $3 to do tho mur der. The gun wadding found near Mr. Merchant's body was part of a paper sack und corrc8pon«lo«l exactly with a paper sack fouitd;in Head's bunting bag,'the fragment supplying a missing piece that had been torn from this sack. The most astounding feature of the crimo is the fact that a human being could be found depraved ouough lo commit murder for tho sum of $3. The Rainy Season. Prepare for it. Save your clothes, preserve your health. A Mackintosh is a necessity. We have them all col ors and most prices. Underwear to fit men who get only misfits elsewhere. WARNER & SEAKLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. Free Chair Car to St. Louis. On Sunday, Dec. 2nd, the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad will begin a through train service between Vicks burg and St Louis. This train will carry a free reclining chair <»r,. wlt » a11 the modem conveniences, enabling pas sengers to leave Vicksburg 7 a. m. and arrive at St Louis next morning 7:30 without change of cars. , The tram will pick ud a Buffet pal ace sleeping car at Memphis and run through solid to &t D>uis. 1 his wi be the most complete tram and the best service ever had between Viçksbunçand St. Louis. This tram will leave Mem phis 7:25 p. m. over the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern IL R., them» via the III. Central, connecting at DuQuoin 101 hlCag °' amVin dec7-4t says : - ' sc 2 3 with train cago 7 p. . m. Martin. Dr. W. E. Moody and hia little Vidalia Inst week. AL , A . nM ! 1 » °f °V r citizens, young and old, spent Saturday in Natchez. The young folks wont to Sells Bro's. show tnd othors went on business. . ~ r * , char<1 Henington was jubilant last week over the arrival of a little at his house. Ihoe. T. Butler visited his parents »ear Knoxville Sunday, returning the next evening. Messrs. Campbell, been here several da] painting of t bridge between ville. son, s >n of Harriston, have avs looking after the ie Bayou Pierre iron this place and Herman* ■ . Howell Oates was a passenger down the road to Harriston recently. K«v. 8. R. Young received the sat news Sunday that his son, Gus, in Tex as, had his arm mangled by the burst ing of a gun, so that amputation wi be necessary. A traveling quack doctor stopped bout five miles east of this place c_ weeks ago and had a big practice, treat mg all manner of complaints with rheu matism temedies. Now his patients are hunting doctors, and the quack has gone with the money. So much for the poor, foolish people. J. A. McCall left for Vicksburg last week on a prospecting tour. Mrs. Agnes McCallum is spending a few days with Mrs. Dakin. Our good people are finishing up the cotton crop and in most cases are through picking. Thu crop has been ginned and disposed of as rapidly as x«8ible and very little remains in the lands of the farmer, and the sinal merchant don't think he has enough yet—to be satisfied with. a some ing who let, most gal "Oh, part rear, the fou Je the cry dies in cages and and Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Award. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebo Thomas,Junction City III., was told by her doctors she had Consumption and there thore was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. 'King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida *St. San Francisco., suffered from a dread ful cold, approaching Consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of I)r. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Coughs And colds. Free trial bottles at J. A. Shreve's Drug Store. Regular size 50c, aud $1.00 Rodney. Rev. W. B. Bingham preached an acceptable sermon on "Thanksgiving," historic and uplifting; text "He hath uot dealt so with any nation." Collec tion for Protestant orphan asylum a mounted to $7.50, with more to follow. A small picnic party of school child ren, in charge ol Mrs. John Williams and Miss the Thursday holiday in the beautiful woods near the steamboat landing. Miss Hannah Winters successfully managed a "hay ride" out as fa' as the college on Monday evening, compliment ary to Miss Laura Martin, of Lee. Quite a number of gay young people participated. Mrs. A. T. Herring and little daugh ter have returned from Port Gibson. Mr. A. T. Herring is at present in V icksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham paid a visit on Saturday to Miss Lela, at Gum Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. est. most into ie first tin, son. some the « ery and in man the eyes to ward own oin' ie ours. Burkley, enjoyed Ridge. Mrs. G. Yates has gone to Utica, Miss Sarah Valentine spent Several days last s'eek with Mrs. J. N. Beck. Mrs. Susan McGill was the guest on Monday of Mrs. E. M. Taliaferro m Fort Gibson. Mrs. H. L. Winters was alarmingly ill last week, but, happily, is now con välcsccn t» Mrs. Thos. Beck is slowly regaining her strength. Poplar Grove school played out for want of sufficient pupils to make an av erage. T. H. Freeland, of Westside, was a welcome visitor Friday. An excursion per steamer "Shaw, from Natchez, of fifty ministers of the African M. E. Conference, arrived on Friday and was met by vehicles from Alcorn and escorted thither and back again to the boat, after viewing the grounds, school, etc. Quite an adver tising stroke for Alcorn. The executive committee of Alcorn, consisting of Messrs. Tweed, Martin and Limerick, met on Tuesday. Cane Ridge congregation celebrated Thanksgiving at their church. Two services. Dinner on the ground. De lightful. An oculist by the name of Wilson is perambulating the country. A small meeting of the farmers was held on Saturday in the office of W. B. Bean, presided over by J. J. Embry, Esq. The audience was addressed By A. C. Watson, Sr., W. B. Bean, Edgar Edwards, W. B. Thompson and others. Resolved—"We raise more and spend less." Adjourned to meet January 1st, 1895. , , , Duke Woods, colored, a former ser vant of the Wilcox family, was taken suddenly ill on Thanksgiving day and died al ter a few hours of great suffer on bone, don't an' mit in 8 i eem ] t lie and noise gun, the tired and couple ie lours and end, our y> tog. Marriage Lioenses Issued in November. WHITES. M. V. HoU«y, Mr«. M. E Ooza, Claris«* Hughe«, Mrs. M. A. Schrader, Leol* Hick«. P. H. Page, T. D. Martin, M. M. Watkins, r. A. PoMey, SoottMcCay. Total, 5. COLORED. Ellis Andrew«, Helen Bowman, Sus&u Jones, Rena Priest, Clara Cator, Elizabeth Brown, Elisa Tamer, Basie Ingram, Lizzie Hunter, Emelia Jackson. Eugene Walton, Hy Truitt, Abe Coley, Bimcn Holmes, General Watson, Jeff. Walters, pm« Blackman, R. H. Ward, John Ranneh, Louis Turner, Total, 10._ \ bom (. Cures Aothers, Jr*** gJCWcito) WILL Cure You. AYER'S Sarsaparilla MAKES Y*rAiR*V THE WEAK STRONG. P Nhen Baby wu sick, we rare hnr CnMorli. Nhen aha wan a Child, ah« cried for CfcstorU. When aha became MJaa, ahe chmg to CHatoriv When ahe had Children, abe gave them Castoria. The Blue Ribbon school shoes have gained such a reputation be cause they are strictly of the very best material and shaped in accord ance with the loot. E very pair is stamped in plain figures, and is a sure saver of money. They fit com fortably and are pretty shoes. Sold only by Heidenreich Bros. The Circus. Written for the Reveille.] It was with rather an abashed feel ing that we found ourselves on an ex cursion train en route for the circus, wedged in a dense, democratic crowd, who if they "had not that repose that stamps the cast of Vere de Vere," seemed bent on having a good time. The happy butcher boy on the train easily dispose! of the wares in his bas let, of which chewing gum seemed the most popular, and to which the prodi gal beaux treated the rustic belles. "Oh, Tom," shouted one young man, standing in the aisle, iu the forward part ot the coach, to a comrade in the rear, ' Miss Nellie says you walked to the station this morning : you told me fou rode." "You are afraid you won't Je seen ain't you Ned ?" was the sar castic retort. The girls tittered, and Ned's conspicuous and handsome face flushed under tts healthy tan. We "got there" in time to see the street parade, and found our dignity somewhat mollified by standing next to the venerable Dr. Stratton on the gal cry of the bank, and to find that he deigned to look at the animals, the la dies who rode the elephants, and drove, in chariots, magnificent horses, four a breast, at the miserable men in the cages with the lions, and the "smooth and velvety tigers ribbed with yellow and black, with most attentive inter Like a perfect century plant beloved pastor has blossomed this est. most into a poet in his old age. We were curious to know with what compassion ie was vesting the poor beasts. lt comforted us to see among the first to enter the tent Gen. W. T. Mar tin, Adams county's most distinguished son. So after all we were not as lone some as we feared we would be in our interest in the sawdust ring Stretched at a mighty altitude were the webs of rope and wire, and it was ifficult to realize that the limber, spid ery creatures, who bent, ar.d twisted, and swung their unincumbered limbs in every perilous pose possible to hu man muscles, were of the same race as the packed crowd on the benches, whose eyes followed their dizzy gyrations. One interesting youngster seated next to un, and whose absorbed father seemed shamefully rega dlesa of his original re marks, seemed to think there was an unpremeditated rivalry between the gymnasts who curled themselves back ward until they crept through their own legs, and hung by one foot to a slender skein aloft. "He seen dat man oin' it and now he's tryin' to do it, ie said, lifting bis innocent eyes to ours. H As the trained trick mu'e made a pretense of dismounting a clown perched on the ragged extremity of his back bone, the little cherub said, "dat mule don't like dat man doin' him dat way, an' he ain't goin' to take it'' We ad mit we were quite as much interested in the child as the performance. A company of educated seals, too ippery looking out of their element to eem attractive, were an evidence of the mitless powers of the cultivation of lie intelligence. These marine quad rupeds performed on a drum, a norn and other instruments, and made a noise that was almost musical—fired a gun, and did other wonderful things at the command of their master. Coming home at night, thoroughly tired out with the spangle, and glitter, and dust of the show, we ran over a couple of unfortunate oxen that derailed ie engine, and detained us several lours on the road. No wonder the un comfortable crowd lost its good nature and was inclined to be a little ugly. But this harmless fiasco came to an end, as did our journey home, which we reached in safety after attending almost our first and certainly our last circus. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair* DU ^ticor ^_CREAM_ BAKING POWDER most perfect made \ pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARi. A Great Reduction IN LADIES' WRAPS -A.T « Wm. Cahn &, Co.'s W.L.Douclas' S3 SHOE Mi ■*ov' is tmc scrr.i NOSQUCAKIN& *5. CORDOVAN, f 0 L NCH A ENAMELLED CALT * H. $ *VFif€CAtf&Kto3AW ♦ 3. IP POLICE, 3 Soles» *2.*I. 7 J? BOYSSCitOOliHÛÜL •LADIES SEND FOB CATALOGUE pW-L-DOUCLAS, i 9 BROCKTON, MA3S. W . JLm .«Vÿtsi IKJfl I Ü for Infants and Children. Yea can eave mener br mreSealeg Doealae S e eee. ■ Beceaae. we are the Urgeet mannfacturer« oC edvertisea ehoee in the world, end guarnnte* the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom, which protecta yon against high prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom work in atyle, easy fitting and wearing qualities. We have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than eny other make. Take no substitute. If your dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by T HIR TY j—T m' obse rvation o f Castori n with the patronne« of piilUaM efpewena, femit a» to epank of It without gnwiag. It la I .^qnr.tinnabl y the boat r emedy for Infanta and Chlldr oa «he world hu over known. It la karm-o»». Ckildron like It, It rires them health. It will saw their live. •om <• th tag whi ch Is abeolatoly safe and practically perfect 4 In It Mothers have ? 5 S BERNHtIMER 4* SONS —j tkild*» medicine. ASON1894. Caetorla deetroye Worms. Caeto rla all a ya Fovorlehnoea. Caetorla prevents vondtla« Boar Card. " Caetorla enrae Plarrhwa and Wind Calla. Caetorla relieves T« «thing Troahl ee. Caetorl a onree Ct matlpatlnn and ri atnl eacy. Coetorfa neutraliaea the effeote of owrhonlo acid gas or po Uonom air Caatorladoee not contain m orphia«, opi a n x, or oth er narootio property. Caetorla assim ilate s th e food. r »gnlal«. the etowa ch an d b» w «1 .. giving health y a nd natural s l««p Caeto rla ie p nt np La one-a le e hottlo s on ly. It Is n o t sold In bulk Don't al low t tn f ono to cell y on anythin g else that It le"jn»t as good " and " will answer ovary parpoee." Bee that y<m get C*A-S*T^>~R~I"A. The f kc- aimil« tijUitiurn ot ' CELFDBATID BTaLLIOK, Proctor ZE^nott, By Harry Wilke«, Will make the *pring aeaeon of 1891 at my place, "Mom Wood" farm, near Ka»s urn ; and at Port Ulbson and Hermanville. tkbmb: - - For kmod, which begin« about March 1st. Have well-cncloasa $10 cub in advance, pasture. Mere« well cared for, bnt I will no be re«pon«ible (or accident«. Addrrw me Ra««um, Mi««. 1. D. MAQKUDER. lo Business Men. Wyatt's Business College Employment Agency, Meridian, Miss., I« plcaanl to anuounce to professional »nd bo«i D< H» men of every ham Ut. village, town and city in the «onth.that it ia at all timea pwpsrsd to rnrnifch them with ateno grapber«, who i« not folly qualified to do the of work in hi« line, and none bnt able young men aDd women will ever dorsed for any position. ACTUAL BUSDQEBB FROM THE HTART ia the »y«tem n«ed in Wy att' « Ranine«« College and not the theoretical text-book copying method,ae w the taae in moat school«. Add re«« Employment Agency. Wyatt's Ba*iue«a Collega, Meridian, Mi««. thw pi — or pm ml.» OB competent «cconntant«. etc. No «tndent ia graduated htgheat cl worthy, reli t en Children Cry for Pitcher's Caetorla. Down Goes the SLEÜGE HAMMER oust Domestics, Canton Flannels, Dress Goods, all kinds of Trimmings, Satins, Black Goods, Silks, Fancy and Solid Satins, Corsets, Lin en Towels, Linen Damask, Handkerchiefs, Eider Down Cloths, Baby Hoods, Blankets, Quilts, Cloaks, Capes, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Tailor-made Suits for Men, and large line of Suits for Boys and Children, ONE HUNDRED TRIMMED HATS For rjjjht'jjîî/ïnd'îow prkii n »ri'wh!rt*you«uf«»«**lyo®*"UI^**w''9^'^ D " ^ ECU Ëd Leaders in Styles axid. IjOW B^rices Pitll Stock •! Bntterick's Patterns, lotropolitani and Delineators,______ _ ilwayi Keep t USE »r Commissioner's Sale. By virtae of tb« final decree, rendered on the 22nd day of November, 1894, intbeflaaMJ 1 MoC. M«urtin renn« Boden heim er A Week«, being No. 1253 on the general docket of tbe 0 hancery court of Claiborne connty, Mi»*, I will on MONDAY, THE 818T DAY OP DEC. 1894, at tbe front door of tbe court bou«e t n Port Gibeon, «ell at public outcry to tbe highest cash bidder, the following parcel of real estate lying in Hermanrille, Claiborne county, Mise., *o-wit : That certain property known aa tbe Oahn store lot and fnlly described by mete« and bound« in said decree. A. K. JONES, Clerk and Commiaaioner. OF HGINSER ^^ l~HERFSTMA^ 'it* COD LIVER OIL ^CEUiOSYNO^ ^oPiCtyVI MÊDICINe©.^ ^eparaT'O ^ 5 I _ TAKE Barkers OLU COUGH SYRUP m FOr C0U6H3«.oC0tD3 J. McC. MARTIN, Solicitor. Nov. 8«, 1804.-31.