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The Port Gibson reveille. [volume] (Port Gibson, Miss.) 1890-current, August 22, 1895, Image 2

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ACOtJ«T. 189%.
Ka g r>lb; ue* luoon An *- 30t, '*
WtATHKR.
ThrM-fourth« rl«nr
Heavy i«in noon
K*m 11 90 n in
Shower 4 80 p m
Hhow»r 3-16 p m
tihower Ö p m
Twu third« cloudy
' PERSONAL.
,i smith b»J business at Fayette
pv
julis Cahi» I» visiting friends
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ecord
un.
svelte
, pollitt aud wite are at Brown's
ibis week.
Tnlifttcrro returned
• t Balm*)"*
f Ycitcrdsy.
, Burnet, Jr., of Greenville was
ini week
Hi itarbei I« hack from his visit
[egulf const.
in
Md'aa ot Uussum is visit
Taliaferro.
L unie Briscoe of Fayette ia tho
L„i Mi*« Wilkinson.
L Sillic Scott returned Sunday
m g visit to Kaj ville, La.
Un Corinne Meyer departed Sun
night to her homo in Arkansas.
na, intis Montgomery started Sat
Chicago to visit relatives.
(r Sam James of Madison pariah
i,i,fgiiesi ot Mr. Allot» on Tuesday.
I j), Wntkiii« returned Monday
ni I visit to his mother at Jackson.
p. Fox and wife left Thursday
ifur Mvaiistoii, Illinois, Mrs. Fox's
Lome.
Satterfield returned Sunday
■ni hisraiivaasing trip for Chamber
E.||uut Academy.
pn. Ferrhlav and her daughter Mrs
L Wood of Natchez are guests ot
fc.C. A. Gordon.
Ijr, past-soil ami family are now oc
Lpvingthc dwelling on the corner of
Lurch and Carroll streets.
Miu Dortia Wallace and Master
Ifillv Muir of Tensas parish are guests
i Mr.and Mrs. J. G. Spencor.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeland of Vicksburg
pent Satunlny at Dr. Anderson's, and
re now visiting relatives uoar Wost
ipClsra
I m
to
hie.
J lioriihciiner departed last night to
Kf* York uml other northern markets
hr the purchase of a fall and winter
keck of goods.
Mr» .lie» and Miss Nellie Ilea left
Ilm morning lo visit relatives in Co
tehcounty. Mr. Ilea und Mrs. Hack
in got back I rom tant county yester
M«v.
I Hi«* Pauline Tracy, gueat of I ho
fjtftMcs Uuruott, returned to her homo
h Vicksburg last Thursday, accoin
1 by Mi«s Carrie Burnett, who
■«ill spend several weeks wilh her.
I W. A. Dnrcnitis has a flourishing
Ipmiltry-vnrd in ttic rear of tho bauk.
lilts unique chicken houso Attracts gen
ierst attention.
I Robert Ilann, a former Port Gibson
■boy, writes irorn Denton, Texas, that
Ihe can no longer exist without the
■ Reveille, and ordors il sont to bis ad
I dress.
The Port Gibson Oil Works started
I again last Monday on full time, having
I carried over seed enough from last soa
|*oii to keep the mill running two
I months.
Our friend Hampton Gritting is
marketing some very fiue peaches. He
hss an orchard ot several hundred
trees, allot which are old-fashioned
•eedliugs.
A cotton compress, now iu course ot
Section nt Summit, will be ready for
work by the latter part ot September.
That is a good example tor i*ort Gib
sou to follow.
Tho daily showers ot the past five
«r six days arc damaging cottou seri
ously, causing rusi, rot, aud shedding.
Some standing coni also shows a teu
deucy to sprout in the ear.
A gang of thieves, who are snpposcd
lo be a traveling baud; have been
breaking into many residences at tlar
ristou. Port Gibson people should be
°u their iruard against them.
Rocky Springs High School.—A t
* meeting of tho trustocs last Saturday
Rrof. J. >v. Ilaynic of De Soto county
elected principal for tho comiug
*cholastic year, and Mrs. Perkius, of
Oktibbeha, assistant.
Sent to thb Asylum.—L evi Jeffer
®on, a demented negro from district
No- 4, was scut to the lunatic asylum
Jackson last Tuesday. He was ex
amined by I)rs. Barber and Red us, who
found him iusaue,and pronouuced it*
curable caso.
It
Matrimonial.—I nvliations aro out
for the marriage of Prof. Henry P.
llughos ot this couuty anil Mies Janie
Andcriou of Centreville, Mist. Tho
roreinoey will tako place in tho Pro«
tyteriau church of that town on Tuca
dsy evening, September 3rd.
Last Friday U. 8. Kennard received
from G«v. Stone his commioaion as
vbcriflF f«r tho uncxpiretl term, ending
Gee. dlsj,*«d took charge otthe ofifict*
Monday morniug. Mr. Kennaril pos
sesses the neoeseary qualifications, aud
*ill doubtlees make en active and •ef
Ocient sheriff.
A War Month.—T his has -been tbo
w ®ltest August experienced here dur
ing the saveu years that tbs Ravellle
kept a record of tha rainfall. Tbs
greatest August precipitation, provloo*
to thi 8 mr> wa# 6 80 inen** tg An*
g«-*», 189Ö, while for the first »I day«
°1 ihn pMont month tbs rainfall maaa
u res 4.71 Inches.
"■■■■■■BP
died.
Mies Eugeni* Van Hook
K[J" * f r T'Vl r ' ,n J«ck.on
uifhl or I he 19 ||| j n> . „ .
wind at her
• on the
Nuring the past
county to lament her death h
»| I 12 I m ni |! T rl ll H. Ky \ Ä S. ,he 16lh «»•».,
ai in m., Mrs. Ilamiah T. MoiaHi ...»
89 years amt 7 mouths. Mrs .Morsell
waa au .ant. on the mother" ,h? e
ol \SSSTf M Ÿ. ,jr * 7 ,(1 " ,0 U,t "'ember
vval i y i « Iü fOnn0r Ve * r * ihe
Ï 2 * * ; rc< l u «»'t visitor at the homo
ïf Port nilSî *'° V J r,> J# "- s - Mnaon,
oflort Gibsou, and is well romsm
i»ercd by the older citizens here.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes died
in Amite couuty at the
She had been a widow
1842.
am
pm
pir.
of
ot
recently
ago 95 years,
since the year
Tnesdny night the
wV»muT C ° M | r, ' A,u,e, '°»'« which
was much eujoyed by all present.
Laz Levy'n Sons offer to tho trade
one car of the celebrated Milborne
wagons,all sizes,and prices lower than
ever. All wagons guaranteed to be of
standard quality.
To Urjixik Bayou i*ikkrk —-Peti
tions arc in circulation asking (ho
board of supervisors to erect a bridge
over Bayou Pierre two miles below
towu in order to give better means of
communication wilh the river. A
large number ot signatures have al
ready been obtained.
of
Port (iIhson GradkoSchool No.2.
-— Prot. J.H. Owingsot Texarkana,
Ark., a gentleman who is highly re
commended, hss been elected princi
pal to dll the vacancy caused l»v Prof.
Brashear'a resignation. Tho trustees
have received trom Mr. Owings a letter
signifying his acceptance of the place.
Laz Levy'« Sons are just in receipt
of a ear load of Aaaorted furniture,
conaiating of bed room suita, ward
robes. bureaus, rockera, chairs, etc.,
all newest designs, and at low prices
and on easy terms.
Horace McCown of Vk-kshurg was
found dead on tho track of tho Y.& M.
V. rai lroad near Cent reville Tuesday
morning. 'The unfortunate young man
was killed by falling trom an excursion
train Monday night. When toumt his
pockets had all been robbed of their
contents.
Later dispatches, however, indicate
that ho was probably uiurdorod.
Grand Loikuc, K. & L. of H.—At
the recent meeting iu West Poiut,
Miss., Mrs. O. A. Hastings was ro-eiect
ed Grand Secretary. Among the oth
er officers elected were J. D. Bridger
of Brandywiuc, Grand Guide; R.C.
Kelley of Port Gibson, Grand Trustee ;
L. D. Smith of Wesson, Grand Treas
urer. 'Tho reports of the 'various lodg
es showed the order to bo iu a flour
ishing condition.
Laz Levy's Sons expect to receive
this week a large line of cooking stoves,
rangea, heaters, and all kinds of cook
ing utensils, and will sell them at
prices to suit the times
in
to
to
Howard Association. —The associ
ation is hereby callod In meet in
Mason's drug store at 4 o'clock p. in.,
Tuesday, August 27th, to elect officers
and transact such other business as
may eomo up. The rereni deaths of Hie
president, Capi. Walker, and the treas
urer, Mr. W. B. Fulkerson, make it
important that the meeting should
tako place without delay.
C. S. M ASON, Secretary.
t
of
August 2-ind, 1895.
Election of Publio School Trustees.
On the first Saturday, being tbe
7th day, of September, 1895, tbe pat
rons of the public achool in eacb dis
trict will meet at tbe school-house, at
2 o'clock p. m., organize by electing
a chairman and secretary,and proceed
to elect by ballot one Trustee, to fill
the vacancy caused by tbe expiration
of tbe term of that trustee who was
elected for one year.
Tbe term of office of bis successor
elected under this notice, will be
three years.
At this meeting, the holding over
trustees must have prepared, and
resent a list of all the patrons entit
1 I to vote: but voting by proxy is
not permissible under any circum
stances.
The chairman or secretary must
certify the result to the Co. Superin
tendent on or before the following
Saturday.
pre
Wd
Respectfully,
Chas. K. Regan, County Supt.
Ang.dUth, 1895.
Laz Levy's 80 ns offer to tbe trade
the largest line of saddles, harness,
collars, strap goods, buggiea.etc., ev
brought to this market, at prices
that will please all.
Arrivals at the Columbian Hotel.
X Ic_Amos Barnet Vicksburg ; C. T. d»
Alexander ill stooketr', n. O. I^ L. P.
Setrar, New Or Iran*; R. P. Henry, P^l InW , 4
Jackaoo; O. C. Green, Brookbaven, « »-fte*
w. Parker, MeridUu»! w. j. Be
han, Chicago; H. B. Vardeman, 8 . Thrasher,
-
D* !-■ 'phijwj.ipbi.; 8 -B. Ä
-u w Viv»r. Favetto: M L. Kaufman,
ter. New Orleana; A. Gold
n v chtahoim. Hitv : T.
of
er
Kraus«. H. H. Mayor, Fayette; M L. Kaufman,
Cblcagc; 8. H. Lambdin, Adam« Go.
° Aok 18— H. P- 8oott, 0. F. Mason, C»tv ; C.
A. Bn<wn, A WUken, A Benral Mia* Laura
minael Miea Bertha Uouer, New Orleans.
a£ ' 19—C. A. Leri, 8 G. Lockett, MraF.
liUM. ▼
Cite; L. E Stowe
P.
m
lick. W. H. Kidd, 8L Lou
ibcrg; L. P. William*, Jr.,
H. S. Morehead, County;,
_Stowers,
ri ' A sfcj C*Ä. X c. 8 h.*«TE
t,- E K-Mc Alpine, R. 8. Morehead, In
»;A. Bor net, Yiçjmb
as
ok
tel
Children Pitchers Catena.
No Matter What
You want in Men's, Youth's and
Boys's Clothing, you will find it
k Just as well fixed with
derweair. Hosiery, hate ^ d ^ e0 ^*
Your mona/ back if ycjJ
1
wear,
waat il.
WARKOTt A 8
*o35
A Deoalogue for lh . Claiborne
Trustees.
'''«P-bUcKhnoI.r..
jlUMi. ib. publication of th. follmr
1. Thou ahalt hold (he
*hy school above
good.
th?.'r Thn ï 8,1R,t not e,ect iÄ tendier
hi r fr J en 2 ' ? or lh >' wife ' 8 fr «end,
it Ä ° f thy n . e 'Kt»bour, unless
onî,;«^' eye ngl ' l " tl,e6o,,d
. J: l! 10 « «halt hold Ihine office
"SA»»"?* ni ih T «cl.ool, the
ïotl.% thpre0f ,un y one d «y- cast
votes for justice ot the peace: at
which end of tho horn shall thou
then appear ?
4. Remember the day for meeting
with thy brethren ; bent the ai»
P °i n » place on schedule time.
6 . Honour thy teacher : uphold
nun,that his good work may be lone
lelt in the land.
6. Thou shall not
Sohool
good of
every private
nor
encourage dis
sensions; a house divided against it
self cannot stand.
7. T hou shalt not suffer a poor
teacher to encumber thy School,
lest thy neighbour's School get
ahead of thy School and thy
therefore be Mud.
8 . Thou shalt not steal from thv
teacher the credit ol his work ; if
thou claimest all results as thy work
thou art condemned already,for thou
didst elect thy teacher.
9. Thou shalt not vote ignorantly
upon any question, lest.thou confess
thyself a drone or a dolt.
10 . Thou shalt not covet thy neigh
bour's schnolliousc, nor his black
board, nor his maps, nor his globe,
nor his good new booka, nor any
thing that is in thy neighbour's
School : thou haBt influence, and
thou hast law upon thy side, and
thou canst get all these things, yea
and more also, if thy county will
vote a local tax.
name
Six weeks ago I sufferod with a very
severe cold ; was almost unable to
»peak. My friends all advised me to
consult a physician. Noticing Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy advertised
in the St. Paul Volks Zeitung I pro
cured a bottle, and after taking it a
short while was entirely well. I now
most heartily recommend this remedy
to anyone suffering with a cold. Wiu.
Keil, 678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn
For sale by Dr. W. D. lledus, drug
gist.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai
Stephen Allen'e Pocket Pieee.
In the pocketbook of Hun. Steph
en Allen, who was drowned some
years ago, was found a print
slip, apparently cut from a news
paper, of which the following is a
copy. It is worthy U> be put in ev
ery newspaper And engraved ou ev
ery young man's heart :
Make few promises.
Always speak the truth.
Never speak evil of any one.
Keep good company or none. .
Live up to your engagements.
Never play at any game of chance.
Drink no kind oi intoxicating li
quors.
Good character is above all things
else.
Keep your own secrets, if yon
have any.
Never borrow if you can possibly
help it.
Do not marry until you are able
to support a wile.
Keep yourself innocent if you
would be happy.
When you speaK to a person look
him in the lace.
Make no haste to be rich if you
would prosper.
Ever live (misfortune excepted)
within your income.
Save when you are young to spend
when you are old.
Avoid temptation, through fear
you may not withstand it.
Never run into debt unless you
see a way to get out again.
Small and steady gains give com
potency with a tranquil mind.
Read over the above maxims care
fully and thoroughly at least once
every week.
M
When Baby waa alck, wa gava bar Cantoris.
. Whan ahe waa a Child, die cried for Caatorl*
When ahe became Mba, «he clung to OastorUk
When she had ChUdraa. ahe gave them Caatorla.
Progressiv« Toothlessness.
According to a Chicago dentist, as
reported in the Tribune, the teeth of
Americans are decaying at an extra
ordinary rate. "There is no doubt,"
said he, "that the teeth of people Row
»days decay a great deal faster than
d» d <* graud
father«, «»d that iu spite of the fact
4 ^^ wo Jmow bettor how to take caie
teeth than they did aud are
more particular about them than they
wer0 J t 'g merelf a Caae of nervOS-
Welbetoofte. w,'« o n . I.n.™
Ä || the time.
d own the nervous system, and
bad nerves and bad teeth are found
together in ao many cases that the
conclusion that one results from the
other is U*X*VOsd«l>lr.
"Dji p jwF is another prolific source
the iip that teeth are heir to. If
the 4 Jg«etion is imperfect tartar is
CC^stantly forming on the teeth, and
even the most diligent application of
the brueh will not prevent destruct
ive formations between them. DjJK.
pep ia is on the iqfiraft» jort as nerve
diseases are, and frith tbe two kind«
of complaint Ap»®rioan teeth are be
ing ground .ewty between the upper
and the mMmt pullstone aa it were.
This kind of living
m
Chikkoo Cry for Pitche s Castoria.
I don't Jfeojr the baby is
M cro« * ß» U««d to be. He
.__y criad^ 41 jMt mgbt Papa
1 th .mi fcn* getting blasé.
Puck.
, > J
' V» .
Notic« to Crod ! tort.
^ tortaoMBtanr ot »h« *«Ut« ofWia.B
SSÜTS; d , P | 0 •* , t , ' WOre ,0 Ui« nndBrl
2®"** ui l i he i ch * DC *7 conrt Of CUiltorn«
î2or t,T ' Mwiwlppl, on »ho JUHh dar of .Inly,
o«ur. 3- i. rer r t " h ?7 in * c,ai,M *K*in«t Mid
®tt*ie «re hereby notified to h»To tho mid» pro
lb * °** rk * - id c «" rt
to aï! »hm L Y .Ç AB , fr<>m lh " d,t *- *«»«»•
K> do will bar the claim.
OEO. il. FULKERSON, Kxecntor.
. . ^ Dfc A*x, Attorney«.
Angnit 1, (89S—;it
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YAZOO AND
Mississippi Valley
RAILROAD.
CHEAP EXCURSION to Chicago I
ONLY $12 ROUND TRIP.
Saturday. August 17tfi, 18911
Ticket« good to return on regular train« nntil
Aognat Slat.
Tickets will be aold from Baton Ronge and
intermediate mationa to Harriaton, including
brani-hev, and between Natchez and Jackaon;
and will be routed to conneot with the Illiooia
Central faat mail leaving Jackaon, Miea., 12:38
a. m., reaching Chicago ou Monday, Aognat
19th, at 7 a. m. Notify your R. K. agent of
your intention to go.
A H. 11 ANSON, G. P. A.,
Chic tgo, IU.
WM. ALFRED KELLOND. A. G. P.X,
New Orleana, La.
JAMES DINKINS, D. P. A.,
Memphia, Tenu.
TJ ni ver sity
MISSISSIPPI
Forty-Fourth 8 esaion
Opens September 12 th, 1895 .
Twenty-one School* in 8ci«>nce, Literatnre
and Arta. Special School« of Law and Pedago
gy. Fnll corpa of Inalructor«. Moat healthful
lucatiou. Toition free, except in Law School.
All expenaea lower than ever. Women admit
ted. For catalogue and announcementa, ad
Cn ANCKM.OR R. B. Fültos,
University, MiiwitiMppi.
An ■
ßo
J. C. WATKINS,
Fresh Meat Emporium !
Fine Meats of All Kinds.*
Special care taken in the «election of a(pck for
marketing. High price paid for cattle.
MEAT DELIVERED.
aprlO
Kit 3r.m». U.
la Hestloa
The Katlre fear
STUDENTS
Hay enter
At lay ThM.
c#&d fbt Citekflih
ItXCAL ANS EIPLOMA awarded thla achool by
World'a Oolumhlan Exposition, for great excel
lence and Improved method« in Book-keeping,
making over 100 awards by American and
Foreign Rx^»o«ltlnns. Has Engllah, Academic
and Shorthand Schools.
For 39 year* renowned for lta High Grade
Course«, Philosophic System«, Advanced
Accounting, Practical and Bthical Lec
ture«.
It practicca no charlatanism, and makes
falsa atatementa and alluring promise« to
deceive and dupe the unauxpectiug. Many
thousand« of lta atudenta arc leadars la all llaea
bC MiillfiR.
Commercial Course Guaranteed Higher
and Superior to any other in the United Staten.
Write for free Specimen PagesofSoulé'a Great
Work on the Science and I*racttce of. Accounts,
Address : UML *01 LK A SONS.
SOULÉ
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mm m \W0thQV
Strong point
A?
OAI
. . . OF THE . . .
j I CHARTER OAK, |
.• IN addition to It« perfect opera
•7 * tion and durability, ia that it
,, doe* the work with the «mall
.« est possible quantity of fuel.
33. BLXJaiF'IEnFL,
AGENT,
PORT GIBSON, - - MISS.
Leigh Pile Salve,
A SURE CURE
For all kinds of piles and highly re
commended by all who have used it.
1 ry a bottle. Guaranteed to give sat
isfaction. Price, 50 cents aud $1.00 a
bottle. ,
Leigh Pile Salve Company,
GRENADA, : MISS.
For Sale by DR. W. D. REDUS, Tort Gibaon.
aptft-Sui
SEASON 1895.
CELEBKATXD STalXlOB,
HPxoctor IBZjaott,
«. 4 .
By Harry Wilkea,
Will make tbe spring season of 1894 at my
Wood" farm, near Rotoum ; and
pieee, "Morn
at Fort Gibson aud Hermaovllle.
TEKMS:
For aeaaon, which begin« about March 1st.
«10 cash in advance. Have well-encloaed
C tnre. Marea well cared for, but I will not
reraanMible for accident*. Addr««« me a
Rusfum, Misa. I. D. MAGRUPER.
Hotel Piazza,
Washington Street,]
VICKSBURG, : MISSISSIPPI.
Cent!ally Located,
Convenient to Railroads
And Steamboats
A New Hotel
Elegantly fnrnlahed with aU modern improve
ments. Tabla unanrpaaaert.
VINCENT PIAZZA,
Proprietor.
FOR SALE, on Account of Remoial I
i wilt
Can be
One Good PLEYEL PIANO, Upright.
Mil ohrap— «SO— rather Uten move it
Woodlawn PlenUtloit near Pori
Gibaon- FOMeerionJgiTen tem#di**ely
• J. M. fbaniutbubh. «
seen on my
WE MEAN TO REMIND YOU
By This That Our Stock of
LOW CUT SHOES and
High Cut Summer Boots
Is complete in size, last or style wanted,
the closest buyer.
We would like for you to see it. •
1 he prices have been cut down to suit
Whatever you want in foot-wear our assortment can furnish.
No Better Opportunity to Save
• ••
White goods are always desirable and seasonable the entire year. We still have
a large stock of Nainsooks. Fancy Muslins, Swiss, Dimities, Cambrics, Linens, and
many other kinds which you can buy at your own price. The entire line is offered
at closing out prices, and you cann ot afford to miss such a chance.
"9
HL.ead.ers in Styles and. Lo-w Prices.
Always Keep a Tail Stock sf latterick's Pattern, letropslitans aid Delineators,
fc ?lf! 6 r^N 0 RTH
JLm
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JJ
l4 >
«60
%
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!
When about to lake yonr Sw i ww outing,
remember Hint train» of
THE YAZOO AND
K'<*
jÿ'
m?
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
RAILROAD
And connecting Urn« will enable yon to re ich
quickly and direct, the various Korthom
Resorts. A«k your Uval ticket atreni for time
and tourist rales, aud lor a free eo|ry of an
attractive pumphM nllll'Hl. " .Summering
In the North," coulalntn^ a LiU <*/ RutnrU,
g ntfU, fbi/.s. rie. In Michigan. Wisconsin,
■ wa ami the Northwest, or add re«
A. H. HANSON, qjju. I
Chioa«u.
F.U. BOIVES, A.O P.A,
tin OrlMuw.
SaÄ* .f
•pi
P r
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. »38 «
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rBeautyr
r k
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Yet how «»ten the charm of fanltlcaa feature* la
marred or'deatroyed l>y an Imperfect complexion.
In IhW trying climate, It Is absolutely necessary to
protect the delicate akin from external Irritation
au. I climatic Influence and
CAMELLINE
44
the relfOrnted California l*eatUl(W will ha found
an Meal article for the toilet. By Its use Ihe clear,
complexion of youth la preserved, the
skin i.ecomln* smooth ana of velvety texture, and
ladles of mature year« will be charmed wilh Its
conliug,soothing and agreeuble effects.
A Hanesllea. Call upon yonr dragght and
In piece of ibe article to which you are accustomed,
secure a package of Caarelllae. Read and ooo
stder the commendation of Patti. Kllen TVrry, Jane
Hading and other artists of world wide fame; note
the unqualified endorsement of celebrated ph y ai
dai is and Cham fats and compare results.
CMaellf nr I« Invaluable, In preventing or re«M>-|
vin« the disagreeable effects of san bum, poisou
Ivy, etc.
Prepared In llqnM form In pore white and deli
cate flesh color, exquisitely perfumed aud Iu pow
d<- r 1 u white, brnnetto and Flesh color.
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Price, 50 Cents per Bottle or Box.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
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Poor
Health ■
( means so much more than '
you imagine—serious and '
fatal diseases result from'
trifling ailments neglected. '
Don't play with Nature s'
'greatest gift—healtn.
If youarcfecHng
0«t ol sorts, weak ,
and generally ex
hausted, neivou«,,
have no appetite
and can't woe*,,
bee in at once tak
ing the most relia- ,
Me strengthening
medii ine,which Is,
Brown'« Iron Bit
ters A few hot; ,
ties cure-benefit
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pleasant to take. ,
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It Cures
Kidney and Liver
Troubles,
Dy 5 pcr.*te,
Neuralgia,
^ Constipation, Bad Blood
* Materia,
Nervous ailmenU «
Women s complaints.
Cat only •— "• h»Scroa*e4 rad
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Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
The Deering Ideal Mower !
BICYCLE BALL BEARINCS.
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J. H. DAN JE AN, Agent, - PortCibson.
Mowing Machine Fixtures, Harvester Oil*, itr.
LEVY & WELSCH
DIEECTOES .
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BEN R. LEVY, Embalmcr and Manager.
Keep« on band a large asaortment of burial eaakete pew, plain, and plain melic c»«f
Wooden «»fll n« made and trimmed to order. Burial robe« constantly on baud. Will ao dial at
nd embalm bodies for «bipment to all oointe. »»II
Cheap Cash Store.
My stock of General Merchandise is fresh, carefully selected, and
was bought for cash.
. I DM OFFERING GOODS VERY LOW TO GISH BUYERS.
Call and see me and you will find that I can*duplicate Port Gib
son prices.
J. L. CRIFFINC,
Martin, Miss.
r iTOOO.OOO People Wear
_that MX!
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W. L DOUBLAS
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$5-00, $ 4 . 00 , $ J50, $2-50, $2-25 Tor
l 53 . 00 . $2-5°, $ 2 ^°. <1
A ny Stylt, All Stets, Evtry Width.
CAN FIT ANY FOOT.
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BitaM, bat th« quality «Mt
prive* of W. !.. Unit«la*
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BaocsTO*. Max*.
For Sale by S. BERNHEIMER &. SONS

We sell the cele
You need a mowing machine.
Making weather,
brated
WALTER -A.. WOOD,
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Simplest, strongest and most durable mower made, and «trictly up to date
years we have not had to change or handle any other make.
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Send ftor Oironlar.
Sulky Rakes, Hand Rakes, Scythe^, 8oathee, Grass Hooks, Whjetrocki,
and all haying tools.
1 naxes, ocyine*, ooauiee. nw»», uoivom, .1 f
__ Also Belting, Packing, Steam Pipe and Fittings, H
Wrenched Babbitt Metal, Mfcohinery Oils, Oilers, Inspirator*, Lace L«ath- i|i
er, Cotton Balanoes, Cotton Hooks.
Schwartz & Stewart. - . Natch

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