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N, jii| JMIle. Ml *tf 5S ^ AFTERNOON. SEPT. I», tet«. TRAINS AT PORT GIBSON. gOCTH BOUND. |EK »» aebitks. - . 9:13 HD 3:16 am kjrSswS pM.<*nRer - 1 V HOBT« BOUND. '<1 • • 4:14 pm 11:43 pi» P ,rS sSpM^nijer. ». ,, h WEATHEB BECORD. . ICAL V 1 » *ia|*JJ\ SrrTW» rR > Ip,; new moon Sept. 18th. WEITHER. Fciur-flftha oi«*r Tvrn-lhirda cloudy Three-flfth« fair Clear », dear—shower Spu Clear Clear . N!* :<• .v tV.t TU 7' PSi 69 1 personal. has returned from Bridgers ÎÏ» of Monroe, I-*., is visit here. lou Mar a [ parents L(î,uni« ot Memphis spent Lgiili J. II. Daiijean. [ U ura Laugblin of New Orleaus L, |i I loi) rood farm. % iiirakc ami family arrlvod from Le Saturday morning. L y ft y Cr oi Fayctto is speudiug fear'« i>«y in Port Gibsou. fridnnan is attending to busiuoss Lfier quite a spell of illness. , j; U gnn ami Annie Cohn of arc guests ci Mrs. Marx. "Jwl billion Lgrrifinan Speucor is absent on r liimU and Madison counties. ia L$ai!io McGill returned Friday b rcsiitiH' her plnco as art teacher i female college. f.l.A.I>oii»i'll has retired from Hie ItcChroiiicle, with which paper id been connected for tho past 19 boats. i* 4 cs Julia and Uou Taylor left laRl IturColumbus, whero they will il the Industrial lustitute amt »Upro*. Lu. Lory has received a telegram [hit»mi Maurice announcing his imncut to .Miss Bertha Rice of lu poli». Kdiiiuil Wilkinson Jr., ot Tiilmau I in lowii Tuesday seeking orders ■Cinniblii-s' Diary, iu which under h; he was quite succosslut. Ii»a Eugenia Hustings, after a three ■i' visit to Mr. niouut Johnson's lily,Tyro, returned homo. Port Gib [ Saturday.—Sountobia Issue. gof. it E. McKay ot the Chamber kllnut faculty, returned Saturday bt. He hns spent the summer ill Is, perfecting hiuisclt iu the French ago. [hecolored teachers institute, con [teil by l'rof. II. P. Hughes, with a re attendance, has been in progress ■ this week. Hie proceedings bavo hi very insti nctive and much mter I i* being iimuifcstcd.—Raymond tetir. Ihk coitus makkkt.—N ew Or kbept. llhb, cotton Unit; middling, the free schools in town will open tt Monday. »»turcs mo suffering from tho dry, Readier, which is [»arching up tho « 53. I^S9 than oue-hnlf inch of r&in has lip» iu I'ort tiihson iu the past three k'ks. jl he fltfendanen nt the female college Is iucrcused considerably during the *t week. ^^iTo-iiiorrotv morning will begin the ^wniiiiniinu of white applicants tor ^^^Bcbcr's license. j^HUininhcrlftiii-lltitit Academy opon on Tuend. iy with the largest enroll ' u '•» hiblory. Over torty board « have already arrived. -^■The Corsicana, Texas, Light of the iuet., contains an able gold-bug from (he pou ot M. B. Mout ^■»uiery, formerly of (his county. ■JI RE8BV1E,IV OF Mississippi. —This "' ,I1 ssscinblo iu I'ort Gibson V thursdny, * 2 iiih i ng t., and will re UË ' ' lu ® C8 siou three days. About ,;ei101 eighteoi» delegates are expcct ,lll,,1 *ters and elders. Kinski, Rascal — —This is tho title I^B s dialect sketch in the Meinphis •ppcal Avalanche of Sept. 1st, by Fun •no Maury. Tje scene is laid in ^^H'lHiGorno ii I county, which the writer kj 1,1 1877 » while a student at the pwvcnuy of Mississippi. I Salk of Iolkwild.*—M rs. Juliet I Hors yesterday sold to Mossrs. G. r öciitcll and W. B. McUan of New P'eauB.hcr beautiful place "Idlowihl" Fjoining Port Gibsou on the soutb N. and at r . t oh " I 1 - Taylor. present occupied by Mrs. The price paid was 11. 1, 18 a mistake to state that tho Flouer Fannie Arthur, now ou her I *)' to Baton Kongo, will be tho first [•«•going vessel that evor undertook to [load her [Bouge. '•«•'go ns high up 89 Baton t'Mpt. Miller says that in 1889 ~° ln * veMu bloaded cotton at Vicks ■ Grand Gulf, Natchez, also at illS0,, s Landing, and at tho toot »lElluou's Cliff.—Exchange. ■ Correspondent of the Pascagoula ("cinocrai-Siar, writing from Wesl Simpson county, uuder date of "»« 'Juil hwt., gays: Ron. j. G. Spencer, member ole<J cougreagirom this congressional 4 H 5 - r *ct,»|)okc iu Ibe courthouso ou TuôS/ L 2 \ t 'P oc < ; h was well received . «c is daily growing in favor with la° a8 * 10 f orn ** their acquain* blSCHAROED FKOM CUSTODY.—The I Joe Johnao.., rolorod, anspect ?! Hie murder of the uogro Luxe ' r °eu, wng conducted by magistrate I «Kram last Monday morning iu'tbe Uf t hoii«e. Clos.e examination of l«k wi,ne tset tailed to »how that nimon had anything to do with kUI-1 Y Grecu aud be was tccordiuglydi» ,C* r * c< L The goneral belief uow-'is w Green'» death was au accident. 11.HH.■ died. Mm. Geo. D. Furman died «I Favett* «..Mio U'hU..,, «.cd SiyeaM ^ Toîrîy dtU<fhler °* * h0 ,Ät0 ücor «° Dr. Minor J. Dixon, a native of Jefferson county, Mississippi, died ot ïïï«ïï*! 0 V l !! clena - Ark »»*M, — ttio 18th lust. He liveti iu Port Gib îaüa* ? r be,Wecu 1886 aud 1 H 88 , practicing dentistry. I l \?*' ,^ Rrt i n Marshall ouo of the leading lawyora aud ciliseus of Vicks burg dtod iu that city,Wednesday, 18th lnst^, iu bis 49th year. Ho was a son ot T. A. Marshall of Kentucky, who came to Vicksburg in early manhood, and who was a kiusman of the illustri ous John Marshall, cbiof-justice of the United States. OU Six "blind tiger" cases came betöre mayor Colsou this week. Tho parlies accused made uo defence, aud paid tines aud costs to the amount oi $85.50. The Jewish New Year.— The busiuess places of our Hebrew citizens are all closed to-day iu honor of Now Year's Day, 6666. Rabbi J. Moses conducted divine worship in tho tem ple yesterday evening sud s^aiu this morning, v Choicest beef at J. C. Watkins' shop. I kill ouly ial, well-grown animals,such as no market in Port Gibsou ever be fore handlod in tbo bet months. My splendid rotrigerator enables me to slaughter big beeves regardless of the temperature. Accidentally Shot.— Last Friday In the Uockv Springs neighborhood Mr. C. W. Whltiaker's daughter Adcc, about 12 years old, was accident ally shot iu the side by hor younger brothor Charlie, wiio was handliug a pistol carelessly. We leant that the wound is dangerous. John C. Watkins. Huxley's Epitaph At hu own request, the following linns have been carved upon the tombstone of Profes sor Iluxhy, the freethinker aud scien tist : An! if there be no meeting pant the grave; If all ia (iarintM, aiknee. yet 'tie rest. Be not afraid, ye waiting heart* that weep! For God still giveth hia beloved Bleep. Aud if an «ndlesa Bleep he wills, so beat! Public Schools ok Port Gibson.— t he trustees have had ftoveral hundred little catalogues printed for distribu tion among the patrons. These cata logues give an outline of the course ot study and contain the regulations gov erning tho teachers aud the pupils, be sides other information regarding the schools. The trustees are anxious thst patrons shall examine the cnlnlogucs carefully aud enforce on their children tho importance ot a strict compliance with the rulos mid a cheerful obedionco to the authority of the teachers at all limes. Such co-operation on the part of parents is essential tq tho highest success ot tho schools. Poll Taxes. —Sheriff Kennard in forms us that in the last (wo years-thc uncollected poll-taxes in this county amount to between $6000 aud $7000. Most of the delinquents are blacks, but quite a large nuinbor ol whites are also among tho shirkers. These taxes go iuto the school fund, and it tbev were closely collected iu every county,thero would bo uo need ot supplementing that fund by special levies. Landlords should encourage their tenants to pay the poll lax, lustcad of telling them, as is often done, lhat the tax cun not lie collected by legal process, and therefore need not bo paid. If land lords rendered the sheriff proper as sis'ance in this matter Hit* amount ol delinquent pull taxes would be greatly reduced. Ninety-nine of every hundred hu beings, says Dr. Cyrus Kdson, for several hours The man are unconscious before death comes to them, majesty of intellect, the tender beauty of thought or sympathy, . chanty, the very love ot those fpr whom ltive has filled all waking thoughts disappear. As a little ba bv just born into the world is but a little animal,so the sage, the phil osopher, the hero,the statesman,be comes but a dying animal at the last. A merciful unconsciousness sets in, takes leave of its last citad el, the heart, and what is has be come what was. or The editor of the Laporte, Ind., Argus makes a good point in the following : "If the crime of 73 produced the panic in '93, as the silver advocates say it did, it was the slowest-acting crime we ever heard about. A crime that takes twenty years to hear from can hard ly be considered very dangerous. L. W. Palmer oi London, Eng land, has one room of his house pa pered with canceled one-penny stamps. It took 70,000 to complete thej'b. Artistic Tailoring Only, done by us. era and Vests, are finest Imported fabrics. Correct sty le and a perfect fit guarantee* i. WARNER & 8EARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. Our Suits, Trous all made from the fic'23 Arrivals at tha Columbian Hotel. Sunt 12-H. T. Lwakin, Vidubanr ; G. J. B.I« in, E. 8*mael«, N* to hex; J. W, M« Mortar, "iSTtt-H. C. Cog«., J. E Fletcher, Mem I . u Thra*her!county ; J. J. MaDlxon, C^-JwTio., A»*— »« rjSf ,4_*. W. S»h», N.w OrlMni ;H. S. K..Ü», ,£U U»bdto, Jr., iirm E - *■ W é"ï Tllim U Ä ^-B^ÎTÎurpjî-i H^rteton ; Mn.jTA M« Al Din S*m Broie, Hollondole ; F. U. Bnr S« York Ta. David, Vicksbnrg iHJJ. Ooraon, N»ichex : 8. ' virEinio üfsüS ÄÄP-»* teiH !8—C. Fellows ifoeon, mÂppÏTJ- B- Damer «re, J. P. Engluh.E K. Ortm«Eow, New Orle«..;A. Burnet Vkdm bnra ; H. H. Moyer. Fayette \ J. E Worthing ton end wife, Natchez. _ ; Owin^to Holidays Onr store will remain doaed on .- • SATURP^y. SEPTEMBER s. bernheimer a sons. Mmmbnmnbmmb i. fi - i h ,i i P ? rt Qi 1 b,on GHnnery there !" absolutely no handling of the cot ?n n »iî r0,n lh * "*g°n drives |f the yard till the bale the press. coins* from Baler to any merchant cotton buyer in Port Gibaon and find what kind of sample is made. or There ia a wild flower in Turkey that is the exact image of a humm ing bird. The breast is green, the wings aro a deep rose color, the throat yellow, the head and beak almost black. In a recent letter to the manufactur era Mr. VV.F. Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rushford, N. Y., says: "It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's m«diciuea are held by the people of your own state, where they must be best known. An aunt of mine, who resides at Doxter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few years since, aud before leaving home wrote me, asking if they were sold here, 6tating if they not she would bring a quantity with her, as Bhe did not like to be without them." The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of colds and croup Cham berlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side and cheat, and Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel plaints. These medicines have been in constant use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. 'The -people have learned that they are articles of great worth and merit, and unequal ed by any other. They are for sale bore by Dr. W. D. Red us, druggist. ■ ■ ■I Thre New Jersey society of Cin cinnati devotes the income of a fund of thirty thousand dollars for the marking of places in that state made historic by the war of the rev olution. were com - Send it to His Mothsr in Germany. Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the employ of the Chicago Lumber Co., at Des Moines Iowa, says : "1 have just sent same medicine back to ray mother iu the old country, that I know from personal u**e to be the best medicine in the world for rheumatism, having used it in my family for several years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It always does the work.'' 50 cent bottle for sale by Dr, W. D' Redus, druggist Thirty-five years ago Mrs. Milton Stevenson, Georgetown, Ky., ran a piece of broken glass into her hand. Last week the glass was tak en out at the elbow. Two Live» Hared. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, Junction City III., was told by her doctors she had Consumption and there there was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Tbos. Eggers, 139 Florida ht San Francisco., suffered from a dread ful cold, approaching Consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally tbankful. 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. ShreveV Drug Store. Regular size 50c, at d $1.00 Come to Meridian. Miss.— It costs only $30 to Lake a business or short hand course here at Wyatt's Business College, and if you are not satisfied after graduation every dollar of your tuition will be refunded. Beautiful catalogue free. : 8ep5-4 The Hindoo god of marriage is represented witli a human body and elephant's head, seated on a throne resting on a circle of human sxulls. Bucklen's Amies Salve. The best salve in the world for ents bruises,sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chappe blaiuR, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay requireed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refund Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J. A. Shreve. • mar4-ly The "deviP* looking glass" is a smooth stone formation one hun dred feet wide, and rising two hun dred feet out of the Nolachucky riv er in Tennessee. L. A. W'vatt, President. d hands, chil ed. i rhen B^y w«b «Ick, wo x»ve ber CMtert*. OTben she was . Child, the cried fur Caatorl*. When she bwtm« MIbb, she dung to CtMtorU. When ibe hod ChQdraa, ah. gsvetheea CMtorf^ FOR SALE. 13 icy ole In perfect condition; has been used but very little. A bargain. Ap ply at RevefHe office. FOR SALE. septg PLANrATION. 2ÿ£ miles "West Vineyard, from Russum (in Jefferson county), consisting of 3^7 a cres of land, with good tenant houses and well im* For terms apply at the sepiç proved. Reveille office. FOR SALE. 100.000 rzrr., Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber, AT $7 PER THOUSAND. Ordert solicited for any amount. Write for delivered prices. 8.D.! m. your order, h, nhAtJoa eed if you want them filled prompt Send to ?. O. y. BDTLBR, MiOTf.ctrir.rof T.Uow Hu» Lumb«, warnum*. We Are A Little Ahead of The Times But It Is Best eee For us to tell you that we have already received a large portion our Fall Stock. of They Hre Not all on display yet, for we are busy marking them down to pric es that will meet with your approval. Lots and Lots More goods on the way, so yon may be sore of seeing the choicest stock of fall and winter goods ever displayed in Claiborne county. HT THE SHME TIME . rrJ A> not forget that yon can buy anything you desire of the remaining summer stock at ALMOST YOUR OWTST PRICE. . Low Quarters, Sandals, snd other summer wears go at this low-price sale. See our center counters next week TT os y— , I ■9 Leaders in Stales and Low ^rices. Always Keep a Fall Stock of Batteriek's Patterns, Metropolitans and Delineators, Port Gibson Oil Works at I D' no ht It A. is a i PORT GIBSON, : MISS. Pays Highest Price for Cotton Seed ! We have op hand for sale, at lowest cash prices, in any quantity', Cotton Seed Meal and Cotton Seed Hulls for. feeding or fertilizing purposes. STEPHEN SCHILLIC, Secretary and Manager. WE eftN Save You Money AND WILL DO IT If you will call at our MAMMOTH EMPORIUM and inspect the completest, newest and largest lines ever brought to this market of Groceries, Dry Coods, Hardware. Clothing, Saddlery, Shoes, Fancy Coods , Furniture © Glassware© Stoves© Willowware© Wagons. v We haven't the space to enumerate prices, but guarantee a saving We do not promise one thing and on every purchase, large or small, do another. The high quality of our goods and the extreme low pric es at which they are offered are CLINCHERS for close buyers. Come and be Convinced. LAZ. LEVY'S SONS, Leadine Merchants & Cotton Buyers. We sell the cele You need a mowing machine. Making weather, brated WALTER -A.. WOOD t impleat, strongest and most durable mower made, and strictly up to date, ave not had to change or handle any other make. In years we Send ffc>r Cironlar. Snlky Rakes, Hand Rakes, Scythe«, Snathes. Grass Hooks, Whetrocks, and all baying tools. • Also Belting, Packing, 8team Pipe and Fittings, Wrenches, Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oils, Oilers, Inspirators, Lace Leath Ootton Balance«, Cotton Hooks. er, Natchez. Schwartz & Stewart, LEVY & WELSCH' DII5ECTOKS. • BEN R. LEVY, Embalmer and Manager. A 4 A >* odk 4 4< a A v ni t h balm b «dies fe r sWpaacn' *• «** •ch» 1 * plain Bwlio east ob b Wtiitodisiai and 11 t . 1 ! A I« •p>*i t rtSîî : H / *r*:\ •J. EL IDjft.lSrJEA. 3 Sr, -AGENT FOR Steel Furnaces Eva.pora.tors. TIME GIVEN WHEN SECURITY 18 OFFERED. v Chattanooga Cane Mills, aeptS-lt* » i W-REVrSWS rrt V 1 The t % a |*>V4 CdileC by ALBERT SHAY/ •if, % v 3 vREVEW^EVTEWS g M D a gT WAS in ApiH. l?*)t, that the first number of the American Review of Revisws was •if printed The new idea of piving the beet that was m g the other magazines in addition to its own LrJlJr.t, orig B inal art::!«, took America by storm, as it had t*k;n yej England—though the m:-ezine itself was n-st it ell a reprint of the Enjlish edition. It deals most largely with American affairs, and is edited wi'di perfect Independence, in its cvn office. Tlie Review ©f Reviews is a monthly, timely in Qusbxticn anJ text, arid instantly alive to the newest movements of the day, to a decree never before dreamed of Thousands of readers who offer thenr commendations, among them t!ii greatest rames m tlie world, say tliat the Review ot Reviews gives them exactly what they should k;>. ••/ about politics, litera ture, economics end social progress The most Influential men and women of all creeds and all parties have agreed tliat no family can afford to lose its educational value, while fer profes- _ Am sicnal and business men, it is simpîy | indispensable lire departments are la conducted by careful specialists, in- ÿ >i stead of mere scissora-wicldcrs, and ^ seres of immediately interesting por- a Ararts and pictures arc in each number. A All th:s explains why the Review of Reviews has come to a probably K| unprecedented success in the first three years of its existence. For 1395 it will be more invaluable than ever. A rents *r* rear '"Z hindern* profHj. V.'« five Lbcrol coinncüsions. Send for termt ya P, B I '.'if MU I i mm 1 I i m 8 ». t;ig regular dcpartmgnts rcikt-s tbs vu:J irt.cic* nul char IC» t s'xclchrt cl thriliat* imercst *nd the Rcv.'sw ©f Rc\ l«wa hü Ctese refu'i.- d^njacr.Ui S TB« Prf f*— *1 An IIMir*. ihtnh.rf, »Irr: n.«n inf wantn C> m 14 uni« . i 104 u, l.xi, atvÿcr **<uA car.c« tad prarsrùem. Itadif Artftdrt r( ttc Wo'1>_Tklt/t r.rtiiKfl ir I Ih- cm. T.i( rinoUcda NolmM. embody iVWu on »hub ih, r -f *. inc «•» (tvMdtd ta J atn(d. All I lut I, an m ik« ocktr % a i tiniiMl A mtrimm tnB Ionien. • l-tt bnfhily Çjcfcd from. Current I'.ltttfv In Ctrtaîart c'irnn:. '»• «ht aorüli't h.M"fjr ihrott«* IB* flitnr f ry* Kim Cl Ih- ijccmfv: ctnssnt 1BM ere tpftlf.nf <hrtu|B««i Uf *«(ld Oth«r frfnnmer.xe nrB- ,,':(iilt, now toot«. (.«« bn tnd Mua ot t't Mid:« im (W uc.ld «rtftilrt» ullitMltUn, J tod K • Baottl inbocrlvTin, $*..*• _ Somtl. Cogy. «0 CttU. la rtr;l 1 • ', 4-..y recant el nmM t 13 Aster Hl«, Ntw York South^di« & for 1 fm é 'MW/, fi f ''Beauty"** Y«t how oftrn Um charm of Mil«. fsatar*B la m»rr*<l or demtrojred •>» bo laMirfoct co pipl. rtun. In Hilm trvlnc climate, ft hi aliooliiletr n «t "•* r î r *f pmtwt the deUoto akin frotu extern*! LrrlUOou •oil climaticliiUueuce *nd 4i CAMELLINE yy 44 the r«lrt>«mUHl California haantlSrr will be found an Ideal article for the toilet. By Ito u*e the clear, bealtbfnl comple*k>n of !■ profrred, Ih* ekln lieeoniln* snuioUi ktmoi valvety ta* to ire and ladle« of niamra years will be charmed with Its cooling. eootiiiuB aud agreeable effect* A Bngrr.iion. Call npon year druggiet and (•lace of Ute article to which TO« «naoaatoBMd, lorure a package of i'aatrl 11 we. Keadandoon aider the commendation of l*aid. Kllen Terry, Jane Hading and other artiste of wortd wtda fame; nom the nnniialWed endoreement of celebrated pbyw daneadd chemtateaadc.ropare results. Caaeelllwe lalnvaJnable, In prweenUngor rw» ▼In* tbs dleagreeehle effects of boo bom, poieon hry.etc. In ! pared In liquid form In par# whlta and d#ll M culor, rxqiibUtcly perfomed. and In pow der lu white, bnroette *ud KIe»li Price, 50 Cents per Bottle or Box. color. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOOISTa. FOR SHE, on Account of ffemoial ! On* Good PLIYEL PIANO. Up»»l»*. I wifi s»U cheap—*60—ralbsr than idovo*«. Can ba my Woodlawn Plantation soar Fori GAmob. Poioossion *i*s 0 moilst«ly /. M V»iNEX)TBU8R Ik* I Dm/ t ©itbooitiy 5 i>pA 3 irnc/uiy is \ u IU < I h ■ I V iityjjf A BOOKof individual etperlencM. and rankling of all ela»##., by Wm. H. Clam. Kn „,..i„ th 60 eouperplalea and Photo UuJi K ** , lnc,nd i n ? » aoeielv vkrtebe* by 6 c * ric * , » r ** »T JailM .f»hr\ abi.»^ < *'®' r ence between real respoct anility and ralmr preteaeion. 1h« >l k£% < T d f 0<>n fi! r,d, <»Mw» ">*ke op ot b osMt»— the bocbIIM "Four rïLh i «« ^benrdlnee of the Ptrvrnueraof. CloU». «10 pagee, * 1 . 00 , by mail or agent . CHAMBLISS 8 COMPANY, Publisher«, Pulitzer Building. New York. Book* published for entbore. A. P. CHAMBLISS. AO ENT FOB CI » I b o rue, Jefferaon, Copish snd Adams !» b SEASON 1895. CELEBRATED 9T.LUON, ^Pxoctor DESZxiott, ; By Harry Wilke*, a 1. Will make the ftpring Mmaon of 1SP5 at my place, "Mom Wood" farm, near Ruaaum , ana Rt Port Gibson and Herman ville, TERMBI For asaaon, which Lx«is* about March 1st. *10 cash in advance. Havs well-enclosed pasture. Mares well cared for, but I will not no responsible for accidenta. Addrea* me S Ru v*nm, Mia*. I. D. MAG RUDER. XummeringaNorth \V4 u tt: 1 »» £ k Ä 3* Wbea about to take ymir Sommer oittln*. remember that trains of THE YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RAILROAD . And oooDcctlng lines will enxMe you]to rencli quickly and «Orvet, the tüiIoim Northern Z—Im. 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