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♦ It pTFRN OON. A PHIL- l'J. I** TIUlNH AT PORT OIB80N. jkiUTH B'MJHD. ik 1 ** p Koataw»* 1 *® lOCAl* el * fVOER a*rivk#. ft: 18 am 2:10 am r 1 - 4:14 pm 11:43 pm WEATHER RECORD. Arxtt* l®® ,!Hh; Sew moon 24th. WKATRKK. Three-fourth« cloudy Itaiii 5 a m to 8:30 am Tw<.-thlr<lH fair Two-thirds cloudy Clear Cloar Clear personal. 1h visiting relatives in pul! m<* ,D HI'' #• 53 I 2 so t * ?! 44 Si ' li • 'S 44 a r v Mrs* b*8 c faksbnrg (ieo. Heckler of Rodney was f. .Bis morning i;,. # s «>i lied Lick is visit sjnJuiic »Sirs. JtiliA M*»ore. u k Wo<ul ol Memphis spout Suit ( 5hUoM bout- hero. Heard of McGomb Cny , W. 8. Heard. li#. iît*i»ecc» fiäitlug ber so» un. Robert Kriiatof Vicksburg was "Jen Mrt. Gocpcl tills week. til Evans of Memphis spent part * ; v ;.k with his family here. I, i. g Hurtling and children of &r**,cul Wednesday with Mrs. fükiiis"». III t y E Jones amt Miss Mildred „j, gt. Elmo arc guosts of Mrs. r sl"Almonl." Tnlinicrro relumed Tuesday # short stay iu Vicksburg, ac a ictl by her daughter, Mrs. Vau sbo spent I he day here. Ij*tFriday st the dental association Ljsekson, Ur. I* A. Smith of Port rend » paper oirtliiflamed pulp •teeth, and method ot treat man t." > IVua 1 arrived from St. Louis night, accompanied by Mr. d Mrs. L 8. Pearson. The latter is ■rovlag hi health and her lrieuds « for her recovery. Mrs. Ma. • ,lk. *. Or. J. W.Davcnport,who is a brother plrsJ.M. McGill, of this parish,and iu i« well known liore, is a candidate kikrifl of Clsihoruo couuty, Mies. Itvi»li him sucre#».—Tensas Gazelle. Tbe Vicksburg Post of the 6th, iu pacing of Cspl. Widkcr's candidacy, -Ho i« a litc-long, consistent aocrat, honest, capablo, progros >,iml competent, mid would honor office kiuI the people it elected, may seem a strong commcndatiou »those who have not the pleasure ot personal acquaintance, but among kwe.who know him best, aud their maibcr is legion, it would seem weak mi Inis Jttd. I Sec the advertisement of S. J. Lath bim.wlioao ice hou-c is next door to m tiashop. Colored applicant# lor licenso fo |nc!iire undergoing examination by IbtWird to-day. |0*i«iio their lato arrival, sovornl Pninaaicfttious had to bu cruelly cut Pwior this issue. ! TAU week again this weather has Imo cool that tire, morning and W"i»K. i* iiccc*«ary to comfort. C'basckry court.— Tho regular l»ring seealnn will bo licit! next week rgitmiug on Monday, the 16lh iust. Miss Carrie Burnett nnu Mrs. Robert baipley were received into tho mcin ership of fhe Christian church 8un Ahout $40 were cleared by the en trtainrneiit at the tciualo college Fri l . v uigbf. The money is to be u»ed if college purposes. Passover.— Rédigions service was N in the temple Monday evening , i,lc *Jay tuoruiiig in observance be season of Passover. Aanoiiiiccnicutstliie week.—For re|» N^ntativc, K. V|. Barber; for super ail »' r *c», J. A. Lord ; for con ««'.hlj district, G. B. Tillman. " 118,84,, c the list ot candidates is I «ted in shorter and more conveu é Wer, enabling i ho rendor to see td£n ,IICC w,l ° ll,e candidates are wt what office they aro ruuniug. r^TIVK Co.WMITTKK.—TllO COUU Mtmocratic executive commlUoo is • v to assemble at the court Saturday, April 20lb, at 12 roorgauizatioti. ox. W. Mookk, Chairman. ß^Joioys NoTrcK—Itcv^Dr. Weems I tekshurg will preach iu the "•W nt church next Saturday morn * Snnday^nd ou the latter day a Dmi" e,,,aI 8erv '»«e will beheld. On tin»,,!* 8 ^traded meeting will be r ,ml ? °ntitnie all the week. ^keoriai, Association.—(' apt. W. rwi| ->l>rc«ideut of the aasociation, kseii.^ , .!' e Hevcille to say that a *s«| ,<5 T 11 ho, ' , in ,l, ° court-houao keiit „1 V 1 A Pril 20lh, alter adjourn äm,. 0 '" c democratic executive com itltoû lbe tnmubera are all request Wl0 « prescut. E0Uu> r *ou PH for II fl,. n Vic ksburci Liquor Cases.— * was informed to-day that the ■ W| ?» U0 ngeut will continue the r F !î 0 ï. of the »wha as brought by Beeri i? >rbef as Atiornoy for Mr. Hi„, 11 ,he c «m ot the damage suit« inj ., ? n, nnber of tiio proprietors lhi ü|t " lr "oudsmen.—Evening Post, t Ml tat t** Episcopal Church.— hi«., u " i ^ r (Koator) morning service CT."," U1 uVI< " !k - 1 Via»*..• rld *y Rt U o'clock a. m. bom,! ,OU " Ili 8 ,, ' »tov. Hugh Miller fill,, *» April 25th, morning aerv 'doek r, 0ck » cveniug service, 7:80 lidulii."® rite of confirmatiou will Polyline of spring goods »rtitj,...ffificived n beautiful os S(i, f°[. il,u ' ,N,tKV ' which is uudor H]| L, „ï , r# K M. Taliaferro wlio Kina to welcome one und nil. Wm. Cahn & Co. DIED. u n* P Skinner, a ualire of Church UUI, Jeffer*,,« count* .„H. " veteran of u,„ 10lh D* 11 » 1 * 1 rsÄ-* - -«— ! Dr. Price*. Cream twutt„* p„ w-Ä . World*. Pair Hlgt*MAw^ I t it Hit kk Htammj —Onion fully solicited. Mercui K.ufm.u, U*r.~ J. J, .Kelley has openod house next door to Kolley's wrooerv lïuZ Ui flM * M 0^l,0r • * l lh ® f iow.e« Mr. Marx has lalcly rccelTotl . u, tor from 0. Schutzo of Jlaitisdorf* Oahinc, (Germany, brother of O Vf' bchuixe.lhe iu.lorti.nalc wanderer who died here leaf September in a destitute condition, lu this letter Mr. Schutt« sent money to ropay what had boon expendod for ibo burial, mhI a small ad ditional muh to erect a stoue over the grave. rip sourg on rospcct A gout, an lee Itussum, April ISth, L80&. EnrroH Rkvkili «.-Many voters in tun vicinity are anxious to support Mr. ' • A. b at sou for tho bonrit of auper viHorsand Mr. J. D. Roberts lor lustiee of the peace, for il.is district, both nre good men and will mako good of ficers. Please publish this iu behalf of n.vsolf and many others who have authorized me to speak for them. Evaw J. Davknport. Ukhistration. — Attorney-General l'rank .Johnston, in an opinion recent ly delivered, states that the duties ot legistrnr cannot be legally performed by a doputy clerk. Uudor Ibis opinion I hero Ji-o very few, if any legally reg istered voters iu the second judicial district of lliuda county, the functions of registrar having boeu almost exclus ively performed by tho deputy clerk. In view ot the fact that we fheevc of a very important election, we would adviso all voters to register. —Raymond Gazette. New PouTorncit.—A new postoffice has bceu established In this count y , eight miles east ot lhwky Bprings, M. ft. Lvous, postmaster. The office is •re on called Scutch, an abbreviation of Sculchaloe, and will benefit many who now got mail at Carlisle or Rocky Springs. An effort is making to ex tend mail connection between Scutch aud Duke, iu Hind# county, thus giv ing regular daily malt service from Fort Gibson to Utlea, via Humphreys, Rocky Sprlugs, Reganton aud Duke. F. 11. F. Herrn«« ville, April 9, 1M9&. Editor Rrvsiuac:— A fter seeing in yuur pajier the call tor me to announce myself as a candidate for supervisor, I feel it my duty to answer to the call of mv highly esteemed friends of dis trict No. 4. 1 uow Inform you that you may publish tny name as a candi date for supervisor from district No. 4, subject to the actiou of tho Democrat ic party. With best wishes to my friends who have called lor mo fo serve them, and pledging myself, if elected, to attend to the interests of the couuty, 1 remain, yours truly, J. A. Lord. I A Cau-—W e, the uudersignod vot ot Claiborne county, having cotifi denco iu the ability of A. J. Chapman to roprcaeiit u# on the board of super visors, call upon him to auuouiice his name as a candidate for supervisor from district 6. We promise him our loyal support. J L. (trifling, E. Nrwmith, H. T. Hartley, J. A. McCall, M. UiUton, J. L. Walla, T. O. B. Goodwin, W. A. Hemngtun, D. T McIntyre, J. H. Darden, W. L. Allnu, H. P. Dakin, C. B Nesmith, <>l> C. B Darden, F. A. CTW're, T. B. K»v«naitgb, D. W. White. J. II. Bonington, J. H. Bonington, I. . Gilalon. U. F. Hyuam, J. W. Whit«. J. A. Hedrick, And many otbera. ft r. W. II. Chambliss, whoso address at present is No. 3, K. 30th street, New York, writes to ask that the Reveille will correct tho statement of the Chica go Herald—and recently copied I« theao columns—that lie was driven out ol Sau Francisco. Tills, ho says, is entire ly incorrect and absurd, his object in leaving that city being to find an hon est printing establishment which would publish bis forthcoming book just as be wroto H. Judgiug from the ex tended notices given Mr. Chambliss by the Chicago and New York PJP attack on San Francisco society will make quite * stir in the social world The Reveille returns thanks for the promise of sn early copy of the book, which will be entitled, «Chambliss Society as it Really Is Diary; or, Rick—Mt. J. A. f/ml ot Hcrman villc neighborhood says that the fa Tin ers thereabouts, slmst w, , tbo f °' tion , are preparing to ^ ,bl J season. Enough was raised last ) car S .how that this crop grows admir ably in Claiborne county, producing a grain iuliy equal to that fn J™ . l "® Louisiana rice aud Haley have an Eagelberg hojl« attached to their gi» "JJJTÜSh which affords farmers exoelleut fsedi wrssarSSS No. 4, and there is every j pro *?!!#/q-i It "Ut " to " 4the ""'°' „7 l,. t .ho boruo county. Farmers brsu obtained in the cleaning process unsurpassed for feedh»* » poci.llv rullch 0 /u7 even w boat bran. Tj*T*MJ**r land rice on good l *"f **?*! hanUmt bushels per acre, and more than mat bottom laud. ia on PkkbbYTS itv Ou r Roclnoy corr« pondcut'a excel lent roy>or ^ ^ for îswsîïïrs^« •»*" on,y llainej on the leudance. ,WT *. chan rSrÄBsr» S§£S« morning Mr u ^ l0 th o gospel asr&s!. . w - h TiMùou, Jlr Oration ,.rcacbcil .1 Al " 1 or# U "l 10 *®* Fifto<s,l or f went y visit Zt «..it ''"* " f Ha " M ' "WHhd ,»■^1»""?: •djou ruoil Smiil.y o meet at Port Gibson next October/ At thk that aim , - Cou.no«.—'The musicei and literary eutert.lunmüt i uetday evening was enjoyed by qnile * U, *° ««dience, and, like all the lego entertainments, was veiv good in deed, Following is a copy of the pro gramme : l. Chorus—Trip, Trip. ** We*®-—Pearly Cascade, Mias Laura Drake A V«oat Duett— Echore . i v * MUw. Torrey sad Park 4- Vo«u Solo— Th« Owl, Mr. Maartos Cahn *• AMedtag—Awfully Loraly Philosophy, • • • • Miasm Park and Huntley •* Toml Quartette- Angel of Sleep, " Morria and Huntley * Menât*. EUW and Orkier 1. Heading —a Ballad of Crossing the Brook col M . T,...Miss Park »• V oeal Solo «for all Eternity, Miss McGill «. Beading—That Old Sweetheart of Mae, . .Mias Heidenreich to Boring. Mams McGill, Park, Morris and Huntley 1L Discipline—(Helmion), . . , • . . . Interpreter, Miss Hnntley * • • • Angsl, Mian §. Person W. , 12. Cbovw«—Annie L*orle. THE ONLY YOUNG MAN IN TOWN. CKAHAOTUS : . Mr. M. Cahn . Mist Park Baraaby,* . MIm Fra Miaa Baruahy, . MU Smith, . . NUmDix, V . Mim Htaplra, . , Mi» Um«, Mr*. Yarns, The iteveilie tskes this opportunity of saying that the community should give the female college a liberal sup port. The ladies is charge are accomp lished instructors, and do faithful work, aud they should be encouraged by au iucreasing pal rouage. . Mim G. Morris . . Misa MeGill . , Mias Hnntley . . Miss Torroy • Misa F. Person . . Mi« Perry Children Cry for Pitcher 1 ! Cutorfa. Dr. fl. Baker of Rocky Springs, now on a viait to New Orleans, enjoys tho distinction of being the ouly man in Claiborne county who wm ever tried for piracy. In 1861, while command ing the Confederate schooner Savan nah, he was captured off tho Carolina coast by the U. 8. brig Pfcrry, and car ried to New York. There he was transferred to tho civil authorities and arraigned, together with his 12 men, on a charge of piracy, in accordance with an order of tho Föderal govern ment that all Confederate seamen should be treated as pirates. When bo was tried, the jury failed to agree,i ho* saving his life, and before another tri al took place, tho Confederate govern ment selected 18 captured Federal of ficers ol high rank aud hold them as hostages tor Dr. Baker and his crew. This stopped further action in the New York oomt, and the doctor and bis men were exchanged iu 1862, aud re entered the Confederate service. Tltoy all made a narrow escape, however, from a felon's death. I 4, Chamberlain's Sy« and Skin Ointment Is a certain cars for Chronic Sore Eyes» Granulated Eye Lids. Sore Nipples, Piles, Ëraema, Tetter, Belt Rheum and scald Head, 25 oeoU per box. For sale by druggists. TO HOME OWNERS. For potting a hone in a fine healthy con dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, care loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney dworder# and destroy worms, giving ■ew life to an old or over worked horse. 25 per package. For sale by druggists. REDDS' DRUG STORE, Port Gib#on. And Now We Begin to triumph. Ready and per fect for your seeing is our Spriug De mooHtration in Clothing, Hat# and Furnishings. Leaving out all the crumpled, mach handled-about terms, we shall simply claim for this stock Exceptional Ment In more thao the ordinary import of trade speech, it's a New stick—the best oar wits eould devise. We expect popularity to shine up it from the hour of its exhibit until it leaves the season and ns behind it. Correct price« will help it Your mon cy back if you want it. WARNER k 8EARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. sc 23 «h*, w* gare bar Osstorfi. « CfcUd. «be ertod for CaBtori*. S r ben äb« Bad QOBdre*», «h« fare Um«i Caatocta, We have them right.—12, $2.50 and $3 bays • pair of nice dress pantaloons, well made and latest cat for stoat and short or tall and slender people. Heidenkeich Bros. J a There are scores of free silver who will support Gov. Stone for the United 8 tates senate,because they Know he is honest, capable ... d faithful, and will never figure In the unenviable role of a quorum breaker and obstacle to needful leg islation. This fact was illustrated in Tupelo a few days ngo. One of esteemed fellow citizens, with true Hibernian frankness, declared himself in favor ol Gov. Stone for senator. 80111 e one present volun teered the information that the gov ernor was a gold-bug, but speedily silenced by the following reply ; "I don't care a-what kind of a bug he is, I *m for him all the same.*'— Tupelo Journal. 1 men our w ft s Haanfi—World'a Fair. Dit - h m. BAKING I POWDER most perfect made 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. How to Make Money. I understand now why I could not make money with the plater that I had. 1 here are so many things about the plating business that 1 did not un derstand. It was not until I saw the advertisement of Gray à Co., Plating Works, Columbus. Ohio, that I tnenced to make money. The Royal Plater is sent by this house and all the trade secrets connected with tho plating business, such ary in the great gold and silver plat ing factories are given free. Aa soon as I got the Royal Plater, I made money right along. Last week I clear, ed $72.50 and everybody it delighted with my work. Anyone who has had trouble with their plating machines, as I have should send to the above firm and obtain their ciroulara, and they will b6 able to make lots of money as I have done. The Royal Plater is fit ted out complete, everything ready for business ; you do not have to spend a cent for materials. During these hard times this information is valuable. com as are neceas A large assortment of French or gandies, French challies, English swiss and many other fabrics—only one dress of a pattern. Silk and oth er trimmings to match. 11 EI DEN REICH BROS. Dr. V. P. Clayton, of Greenville, S. C., is experimenting with the use of cotton seed for food. Recently he had muffina for dinner made of oorn meal and cotton seed meal mix ©d in proportion of two one. Cot ton seed meal's nutritive value is as great for men as it is for stock. It is exceedingly rich in boDeand mus cle food. The new use, if develop ed, will mid greatly to the value of cotton seed. Children Cry for Pitcher*« Caitorit. Smoked Pork Linked Sauaage sell ing at 10c. per pound, at Kelley 'e. Postkll s Flours and Meal At Kelley's. Of all the paper« in the south that damued the democratic party, none have done more than the At lanta Constitution. Yet, we see that some of our esteemed contem poraries offer club rates with that paper. We had rather be instru mental in placing the Chicago Inter Ocean in the hands of our fellow citizens than thia Atlanta Constitu tion."— Eupora Progress. Dr. Price'* Cream Baking Powder A Pur« Onpi Crwa #1 Tart« Pwhr. Old Stamp# sad Envalope# Wanted. Ï buy all kinds ot old U. S. and Con federate stamps, and also stamped en velopes, either new or cancelled. Let stamp May on envelope. Hunt up all your old letters, with stamp on, from 1843 to 1886 and bring or seud to mo, and I will pay cash for them. Dr. Hknry C. Pop«, At Dr. Red us' Drug Store. maiYilmi The four largest po#toffice# in Ml# #iR#ippi are, Vicksburg, «alary. Jackson, " . Greenville, * . Columbus, ** . The four smallest are, Sum rail, Marion Co., salary.... 83.43 Pace, Perry Co., salary Best, Montgomery Co., salary.... 4.12 Beach Point, Tate Co., salary ... 4.20 82600 2100 . 2200 1900 3.71 Children Cry for Pitcher's Ctftorla. Mince Meat, 10c per pound. At Kelley's. Hacker's Oat Meal,16c per package At Kelley's. Dr. Price's Baking Powders, any At Kelley's. size. Garden Sprinkler.—I have for sale some very superior garden sprinklers, with pump attachment which throws s stream of wslor a considerable dis tance. Useful tor spraying fruit trees as well as watering plants and vege tables. Price very low. No gardener should be without one. Win. Booze, Tinnor. Seeled Prepota/s Wanted Z the ooart-h«ma roof «nfi roof the Jail, aocording to plan« and 1 on file to be opened at the May T msnra. K. JONE8, Clerk. For repair* Mila Of 1 « pec ideation* term of the board of on April 12th, 1895. Henker» Sele. DumncT Ooumt, Ukitid States, Southern District of Mi«*U»4p^^ I To THE UNITED STATES, 1 No. 154, v*. -! Vend} ExpooaaV Franklin C. Hall, et al. ) By virtue of the «hove writ to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder tor oa«h, at the court boose, Port Gibson, on the lit Xooiay and $tk Day of Kay, 1336, the following described real estate, levied upon under execution of said county on the Iftth day of September, 1898, as the property of John Born, deceased, to-wit : Part k>U 1 and 0, «qua» ft, oM town of Port GibJOD, Mias. Amount of judgment. Three Hundred 8ixty-One Dollars and Fifty-Four Cents, with interest at « per rent per annnm from th# 24th day of February, 1879, ard * o«ta to the «mount of *78.55. also ou«t« to aocrue. J. 8 McNEILY, U. «. M«r»h«L By N. 8 WALKER, D. M. April 12, 1885—8t Teacher »' Examination*. Appltoants for Teacher«' Lirenee will nlease Hfce notice that the examination« wifi take place in the court room al Port Gibeon aa fot to«: Wkitbs—A pril 51b and 6th; Iftth and 20th. Blacs»—A pril 12th and lath; 26tn and 87th. Work will begin promptly at 8 a. m., and no (tpoltfanU adtnitUxl after 9 a m. Tablets, ''scratch-book«,'* etc-, must no* be used; only «late« permitted. Teachers under contract, whose iireneee will expire in April, will pleare attend the flrt* ex »mtnaUon for each race. . . , egrrhe attention of tbo«e teacher« who claim exemption from examination, ia called to the recent decieton of the supreme court, which 4o* yajidatea euch claim*, and render» a »ew exam motion oocomuj in April. Reaped fttUy, _ CHAR I. UF.GAN. County 8apt March 18tb, 1806. LOW PRICES Make Our Goods Move! The M 08 T COMPLETE 8 tock to 8 elect From. We Mention a Few of the Many Bargains: pieces Fancy Ginghams, worth 8c, oar price. bolts Soft bleached Domestic, extra wide, only. 60 bolts See Island, fins wove, a bargain for. 1 lot washable Zephyr doth in all shades, only. 1 lot White Lawn, ws bought at a bargain, only. ... 1 lot Fancy Lawn, fine as sn organdy, a big bargain.. 1 lot Parasols, good black with handsome handles ... 1 lot Ik}vs' Knee Pants and Jackets, the material cost 1 lot Fancy Sateen*, the 1 lot White, Cream aud 40 .5 ce .it* . 6 cents .44 cents .15 cents ,.5 cents .10 cents 50c, 76c and *1 more.25 cents greatest bargain on earth, only.10 centa . Kcru Laces, worth 26c, our price. u\ centa 300 pteees of Hamburg, Cambric and Swiss Edging, price«..about one half 50 e • Millinery Department. The many ladies who visited our millinery department and could not make their selection on account of the great rush, are invited to call again. Many new pattern hats have been added, and the prices extremely low. are Ijeaders in. Stales and I-o*w Prices. Alwayi Kmi a fall Stock of Battartck'a Pattana, lotropsmaii aid BoUioaton, Hotel Piazza, Washington Street, VICKSBURG, : MISSISSIPPI. Centt ally Located, Convenient to Railroads And Steamboats. A New Hotel, Elegantly fnraUbed with all modern improve ment«, Table nu«nrpa«ed. VINCENT PIAZZA, Proprietor. F. E. KELLEY, Bakery & Confectionery Dealer in • • • Groceries, Fish and Oysters.. PORT QIBSOÎf, ; MI88. Backta'i Arnica Salvs. The best salve in the world for cuts bruines, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bends, chil blain#, corns, and all skin eruptions, end positively cures piles, or no pay requireed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refund ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv J. A. Shreve. mar4-ly Your Wife_ Will like it. So will the Cook; ▼F roar better half does the oooklng. that 1 lean additional reaaoa why there «hou id b. a CHARTER OAK KANON OK BTOVK of them prevent« >. *.* *•• In your kitchen Th« um worry and di«*ppoia(«WBt. AGENT, PORT GIBSON, - - MISS. TOO i THE BEST ITS TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE COVERS THE WORLD. ITS MARKET REPORTS AHM UNEQUALED. Its Bsresu at Jackson. Mis#-. «*» doeted by that experienced journalist. Edgar 8. Wltooo, who Veata impar tially ail qneaUuna relating to Mia»»^ aippl and Muwiaaippians «very day in th« rear ha«, in «he language of the Miasiaaippl pr*«A "made the Ficaynn. Indiapeosabie to Miaaiaaippiana." The Picayune reachea and cronaes feliaaieaippi uo ail trunk lines the very day of its publication. Mvwiasippi thia year general election under the mw etitulion. All State, County and Dtatrtet öftrere, including a Legialatare, which I will in January, 1«W, choose a United States Senator, are to be elected. The Campaign will be a memorable one. The Picayune. In addition to its Bureau at the Capital, has as intelligent cor respondent at every prominent point Mississippi. No item of new. will escape It. Get the News, all the News; and get It freah. Read the Picayune. I bolds Ha first con lo no be TERMS OF SUBftOR I P , riOH ; ONE YEA!. Dally and Stmdav, One Year - $12.00 f unday, 24 to 32 pages, - - 2.00 Waakly, 16 pages, Usosd Thun la* Moraiag • IIOHOL 80 H è 00 ., Proprietors, . 1.00 Mew Or»##*»- **"• •* B '* "** * D0USSANS . _ N tP V< *& S ^ VITAL1ZER •*5 filg u 6010 AT50ÛA fOuNifl,N5 M ALBERS riRON TONIC SYRUP rt/M«p.FLOWEf$ i^ndc^J^ow ALL DEALERS A Ml»»-« CLA8 S SPRING »-"SUMMER DRINK 1 OgLieMTVUL. IXHill MAT»**#. REFRESHING BEVKRA0S • oovo a» aooA rowNTâmS EF\S m #<* W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE Ot«f Om ■tilt«* r»»l< wmt the I ugias 83 and §4 Shoe«. , n „ e 4 iL*SLVjrA , 3 .'S^' TImt oqoal custom sbo*« ln t*f\m *nd it. Tbrtr wearing qualities sru uiswrpMacd. Tb» Prtos aro uniform stamped on sol«. t l to #3 saved oeer other mskes. f jrtmr dinter rsnoot suppi t go« ws hr Um LmN Mossy FIT FOR Aima 1 * ft* 46» W. L. Do C if $6.84,83.60 c*Nm#,fim(k t'ss.'W; IkWÄ a r«. «5^ O 1 *® Vf II.M. I?u# II.7L IS THE yarn, writ« for «atakipM la W. L. Douglas, WAIf^ For Sale by 8 . BERNHEIME Ri& SONS In Good Times You can afford to use common plows and buy them every year. These times call for something that will last for years and be easily kept up. Such are the Brinly and Blount's True Blue. All sizes plows, repairs and attachments on hand. Also Avery plows, sweeps, scrapers, cotton planters, harrows. Harnes, traces, collars, bri dles, back bands, hoes, hoe files, cotton plow lines, lap rings, curry combs, axes, wedges, bush hooks, barb wire and nails. General Agents for Planet Jr. Cultivators. Trade supplied. Orders and inquiries solicited. Schwarts 8c Stewart, Natchez. Port Gibson Oil Works, PORT GCB33N, MI33. Will pay HICHEST price for Cotton Seed hand for sale, at lowest cash prices, in any quanti We have on ty, Cotton Seed Meal and Cotton Seed Hulls for feeding or fertilizing purposes. STEPHEN SCHILLIC, Secretary and Mana ser JAfTK HADING finds no article in Europe or America to compare with Camelline, the cel ebrated California preservative for the complexion. Prepared in liquid and powder, m pare white, brunette and delicate flesh color, exquisitely perfumed- At all druggist«. Price, 50 cent*. FOR RENT. Residence and garden at Roaehill farm, adjoining Port Gibson. Two acres in garden tract. Apply to L. P. Williams, Jr., Port Gibson. at .. • 1 msrftftt: Children Dry for Pitcher's Castork ILLEN TIBET certifies that Camellia« for the im provement of the complexion is a moat agreeable aod efficient article. Prepared in liquid and powder, in pure « bite,brunette and delicate flash color, exquisitely perfumed. All drag gists. Price, 50 cent*. SEASON 1894. CBLKÄEATKD STaIJUOX, Procter ISZjaott, By Harry Wlikea, Will wake the spring eeaeon of 18ft* at my place. "Morn Wood" fane, near Ruwmnt ; and at Port Gibeon and Hcrmaavtile. teiim« : For reason, which begin# about March la*. ... 11 «. : .. ... • 10 c«ah in advance, pasture. Mares well cared for, but 1 will no t 1 m responsible for aocideni*. Addrww me a iiut»um,MlM. I. D. MAOECDKR.