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r p/ Y AFTEH NOON. OCT. 81 1899. LgSd ER TRAIN* AT PORT GIBSON. HOBT« BOÜKD. V»*""** T * f 1 *,»«« noean. ABRIVKH. - . 0:13 am 2:16 am 4 14 pm 11:43 on 'JJcit WBATHBl BECOBD. . orTOBBK. 1*95. 2nd ; new moon, Nov. 16th. \\ HATH SB. |B^ in . *"• -r Clear Clear Clear Two-thirds (air Fair after »am Light rain forenoon Itainy 49 at V' 81 At -4 ,v> o 43 ■ 4S ■V PERSONAL. Truly came up from Fay afternoon. j)r lion lloatlay \0*li B*r*ier °* Crystal Spring« (hia week visiting bis broth t Mr. 1 here (isire returned till* morning I . visit t° relative« at Tarry ville, nui » r p pjpos, of Texas, has «old out Pjrovc of hem'« nud gouo back for Lber ,ot - L y Barber and tamily departed r, ' 10 I'iloxl. Wo wish them in their new borne. McCale b of Adam* coun ot Miss Josio Uarrot „11 >»tunlny t*> Monday. [ g pearsou ot St. Louis arrived ?*|av s» 1 « wrill upend tho next two oollii frith his family here. Mr* Add»« Gordon Hurke will be Mis. C. A. Gordou's next Saturday < gpiiilay, aud will be pleased to eel her triends there. Brownlee is at Costal „Kernling tbc Synod ; lienee jM will be uo preaching in the re ,bytcria»i church next Sunday. Mi«« Florence Keirscy's friends ro •ei her departure. She goes this week ■tliicky Spring»* to fill the position ( isiislBUt teacher in the grade«! liiuol there. Mr. 8. IL Iîcrtron and tamily left oiitisy (or New York, via New Or nittl the Atlanta Exposition, carried their niece, Miss Eliz th Wilkinson, homo with them lor Pallor priugs 'hr visit. Mr. Jacob Turk, of Now Orleans, 1. here this week looking around ith n view to coming back iicre to lie is slowly recovering from hceflccie of tho stroct-car accident iu rhich his thigh-bouo was broken, but mill obliged to use crutches. The cotton market.—N ew Or mn,O ct. 31—Cotton quiet; middling, 5-b. Sales 3560 bales. ne. The town couucil will meet uext outlay night. ScrwuTsoRfl.—Tlic hoard will hold regular meeting next Monday, Nov. 111 . Slicrill Kcmiard has appointed U. C. Iasi special «Icpuly in liocky Springs ■«strict— « good appoint meut. Next rueailay is election day. Don'* Icglect tho duty of voting the piriighl" Democratic ticket. The china trees aro «hownring down heir yellow leaves, premonitory of the komitig of winter's nipping blasts. The Inst ot tho nwallows departed muthward* on the 27th, lonr «lays Int pr than iu 1894 wheu they disappeared bu the 23rd. The l'ort Gih.ou «ieath list from Isn'y ! to Oct. 31st. shows 27 deaths, I- whites ami 16 blacks. Tltrou of lie latter died from the cffucls ol vioi* luce. After continuing two weeks, the lailv services at tho Methodist church flowd last Sunday. Two converts Fere received into membership—Miss l-elestc Travis and Mr. Mouugor's eld Ht (Innglitcr. King's Dauohtkrs.— 1 The Wbntso Tpr t'irdo will have an Autumn Tea rom G p. m„ to to, Friday Nov. 1st, at -»pi. Moore's resilience. All are cor •inlly invited to attend. Thk President. County hoHooiJL— The public cHqoU ail] all open on Monday, Nov. >li. 3'ip-;rintciidciit Regnu, at his of icc iu I be court hou^o, will make cou with colored teachers tomorrow, Ht; »ml with while teachor« ou lov. 2ud. ru Last Tuesday morning the drouth Med find the first winter weather of lue season set in, with « slow rain anti ,c, »ll atmosphere. Cotton picking is Wineiided for tho first timo this fall, . °»ly » small part of the crop rc ">»iüs iu the fields. Kite where iu the Reveille, A. & A. "ftiu have an Advertisement ol tho «mous »tick's Brillant Stoves—no beU 'cr oneg are made in the Uuitod 8tatea. /"Titche's will bo found also a iarge «•ortment of other stoves for heating "•« cooking, nud prices to suit the "»«I limes. IdTKRRRY.—The Literary 8ociety ol lc leninle college will givo a Mother P® 0le Sociablo iu the college chapel, ''"lay evening, Nov. 8tb,beginning ''-PMt six o'clock. Tbero be an eu f'dmi'lng programme, aud light re will be served. Further lce wil1 ho givcu next week. •r m si ,K - Mc(;urdy'8 Lecture. —W c om »*y lost week that the lecturo "ight of the 22d was by no means l«u«ucce»Rttil. Tho Baptist hrothren the Ucvedlo to express thoir 4,1 V »U friends who iu any way .'bitted lathe success ol tho oc ««ion. At tiik Methodist Church.— will be a missionary meeting ^bbday night at haif-|>ast TV* Win. Rurko nm i (,(» wife Mrs. die Gordon Burke, will address tho ■^IfcgAtioii on Hie suldect ot missloti , Wor * 1 *" China, where they b*vo °d lor eight or niuo years. Tho »re earnestly invited to attend "lecting which will he of uuusunl "UcrcM. seven. Public (MED. Mr. Sarouel C. Humobrav. ^ « incut«. Ho will be burled el 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the funeral ° r llTlw"* Pl,lC0 1,1 h,a Ut0 ru "ldeuce* Itev.Dr. Logau of Vicksburg,is expcct o«i down to conduct tho services ^ I ho dccoated who about 47 year. rrU» WM »* promlu ™ 1 citizen of hl« dl«. 1er, and waa one of the mo«t enorget !v **!? " U i5 0,M !f! plantors in the couu y. A wife and five ehildrou, a father nnd two brothors, together with many rck,, , V ?'" U » «■••If« circle ol riends, are left to niouru hia death they have the sympathy of the com niuuily m thoir deep affliciiou. Henry Key, K«q. f mayor of Fayette whither I ( l hJ i8nl ' RlJt *ck«»u; whither ho had recently been taken to tâZrti« tr «*Mnont for moula! dlaorder. lie wa« In hi« 63rd year. p '« Wm „ 0,, ° °C the trusteo« of I ort Gibson Female College aud quite well known here. A wife, two eon« and two daughter« survive him. am pm wa* Harriet Edward«, a colored woman about 67 years old, died iu towu last Sunday. Tho railroad properly iu Clalboruo county is assoased at $433,873,on which the state tax is $2,169, aud the tox 3,471. In Jefferson county the railroads c assessed at $489,608 : and in Copiah at $398,269. Tou counties iu Mississippi «re without railroads: Cnlbouu, Cov iiigtou, Itawamba, Uwrencc, lAjake, Neshoba, Quitinau, Smith, Simpson,and Winston. Choctaw county has $30 worth of railroad property, which en riches the stale treasury by a voarly tax of fifteen cents. Hloody Affray in District No. 6. —About half-past 6 p. in., last Sun day nonr Ueochgrovo church, two young farmers, Johu McFatter aged about 26, ami 11. F. Bhaiiuon, Jr., about 23, got into a dispute over a game of craps. From high word« they came to blows and then to an encouutor with weapons. Shannon was badly stabbed in the left breast witli a pocket kuife, in return for which ho «hot McFat tor twice with a revolver, the first bul let entering the lower part of the back and lodging deeply into the body but not going entirely through. The sec ond ball inflicted a severe wound In the neck. The young men are dangerous ly hurt ; their friends, however, arc ho|>eful that botli will recover. There wero ouly two wilucsscs to the affair. To Delinquent Taxpayers. From now till Dec. 16th all damages will be remitted ou taxes dcliuqneut in the years 1893 aud 1894. If not paid by that dato, the taxes will be collect ed with damages as tho law directs. C. S. Keuuard, Tax Collector. Chamberlain-Hunt Academy.— The report of presbytery includes the following statement of the academy's financial status : Endowment fuud.$41,761.69 Interest. Tuition. Iu hnuk. Troth and loss couuty nro 7,66667 2.802 62 696.11 441.26 $63,368.25 Contra. Kmlowineut iu bank Hills rendered. Insurance.. Expense account. 2,061.48 Salaries. lient .... ;. Stationery uud priming ... $ 1,087.89 40,220 72 198.60 8,783.38 800 00 211.38 $63,368.25 ChiUrea 3 ry For Pitcher's Castorfi A Hit ofI^ocal llisTfiBY.—The old est counties in Mississippi are Adams, Jefferson, anil Claiborne. Adam* was organized April 2nd, 1799 ; Jefferson, January lltb, 1802; Claiborne January SOtb 1802. The last two orgiually formed Cte county of Pickering, but this name was dropped wheu they wero divided. Claiborne county,how ever, was settled earlier than Jeflersou, a colony of Now Englaudera, undor lieu. Lymau, having landed near Grand Gull in *774. Some dcsceml ants of these pioneers arc still living in the countv. It is worthy of uote that the first negro slaves over brought into Claiborne county came wiih Gen. Lyman's party from Connecticut. Our county takes ils name from Win. C. G. Claiborne of Virginia, tbo territorial governor. _______________ Tkach Kits' Examination.—T he fall examinations ended last Saturday,that day aud the day betöre haviug been devoted to colored applicant«, the result of »ho September and October oxauninatious i« summed a« follow« . • LICENSED. Whites, First grado . .. Second grade. Third grade. is .15 12 . 6 32 4 Blacks. First grado. Second grade. Third grade. .17 84 65 *7 Grand total. Percentage of white applicants li ..68 per com Perceutsge ot colored epplicauts H censed .. per cent Children Cry for PtoWi Cwtofifc Bail.—'T he case ol Rrlbased on II. Frishman, charged with the mur der of Baldwin Glenn, colored, came for Investigation botore magistrate I , last Monday. . A large num ber of witnesses were °" , J five of whom actually saw the difficulty, viz." Messrs. R. C. Kelley, John El liott, U A.'Simms, Frank Smilh and J A. Humphreys. An unusual de orco of interest was manifested by he nubile regarding the outcome of tho InvestigatUm, and the courr-room was filled with spectators. After he had examined all the witnesses, which oc cupied tho entire day, MrJJgJ cidodthat tbo case was WWmJ fixed the prisoner's bond at $-000. TUI. bond i r- Fri.bn.au ^ve witbout discharged from custody. »»Is at lor evs wore J. McC. Martin and C. A. Freue *°whlle E. 8. ft J-1 • Cr.he con ducted the prosecution. up I'etfram « r ol to of Public Schools, prices of same. October, 1895 , and Ä fezzzrr *f. . *°-;5—-jo.il *,,, AnlKor. Hoi we.'. Holme*'. Holme*'. Holme*'. Hansell'*.... Heed'». Venable'»... Venable'*..1 Brooks'. Maury's..... Maury's. Frye'». Hansell'*.... • 2 5 .«o Readers, Third.* Reader*, Fourth. Speller, Primary. Speller, Word Lessons. Arithmetic, New Elementary. Arithmetic, New Practical. Arithmetic, Mental. Geography, Reviæd Elementary.'. Geography, •• Manual (Miss ) .63 Geography, Primary. - . H'«tory « U. S., School. of U - S *. °«r Country. LowryfcMcCardle s •• of Mi**, (with Civil Gov.) SÏÏ2VV. .-,- Un * ua K e Cessons Part First. D J . 5 e l °g* * Grammar, Graded Lessons. Reed* Kellogg's Grammar, Higher Lessons. Hutchinson's.Physiology,"Our Wonderful Bod ies," I Hutchinson's.Physiology,*'Our Wonderfui Bod le«," II. Physiology, "How to Keep Well" First Steps in Scientific Knowl edge (complete).. Physics, Elements of... Stories for Children," Eclectic Rea de r .. . .,5.. .Writing Books (3,Vertical System)..._per'<ta! • 2 5 .30 40 •3 2 •40 • 2 5 .50. .40, .50 .07 •*3 .11 •*3 .10. • 2 5 .20. • 2 5 .30, .40. •3* 40 :ä 3 M •5 2 .28 •3» .01 •55 •55 i- 2 5 1.00. i* 2 5 .60 .40. •4* - BO .60. •30 48 .60 .60 .Ho 1 . 00 . 1 . 00 . 1.00 1.00 •5° .80. •36 .60. .48. .60 .28 .3« .38 .30 .36 .30. .30 .60 •30 .50. .63 *°. 3« .24.30 •30. . 50 . .50 .40. Blaisdell's. Bert's. .30 •45 .30. •45 \ 41 •35 .48 .60 Cooley's. Lane's. Ginn ft Co.'s. •43 •58 .72 •7* 1 « .20. • 2 5 ,90 •77 . / « of lhe County Schools who have children in the Second Grade for the next (1895 96 ) term will exchange Knox-Heath's Language for Sheldon's, paying 28 cents additional ; buying Frye's Primary Geography outright, for the same grade. In the Fifth Grade, pupils will exchange Steele's Physiology for Blaisdell's, paying 30 cents additions ; Steele s Physics fot Ben's "First Steps," paying 35 cents addition*!; and Macy s Civil Government for Peterman's, paying 36 cents additional. Your teachers will receive instructions for the books of the other grades. I sincerely hope that patrons will make the exchanges and purchases, suggested a bove, at once, to prevent any delay in the classifying of your children. Consulting the interests of pupils and patrons, the foregoing made in the former text-books by the Committee. Respectfully, CHAS. K. REGAN, Co. 8upt. were the only changes October loth, 1895 . A correspondent oftbo Philadelphia Time«, writing from Natchez tells this anecdote about two Port Uibsou ladies of ante-bellum days : "The Vertuer and Vaudorn families of Mississippi were Southern blue bloods, all of wboin were Whigs. They were relatod by marriage aud bad a wide circle of friends aud had great in fluence. The ladies ot this family were Whigs also, aud great politicians, but had eomo warm Irlends ou the oppo site side. I remember bearing au old lady say, "Well, I'm a Democrat, but the dearest friend I have on earth is Jano Vertuer." Time came when little clouds clustered arouud thoir friend ship, owing to a political discussion between them. Like wise women when they could not agree they agreod to disagree; the old lady parted with her friend Jane aud neither was in a very delectable tnood, but on sccoud thought concluded she would write to her since thore would tie so much to forego in future it deprived of her delightful company ; accordingly she penned a nolo after this fashiou: **My Doar Jano—I am exceedingly sorry that unpleasantness should have occured between us, and am willing to meet you halt way if you will makeup with me, aud if you do uot, nil that I have to aav la, I am very glad you gave mo that extremely handsome lace be fore the disagreement occurred. Your quondam friend, "It is useless to say the fun ot tho note cemented thebrokon place, which uevur after had a crevice." M. S." «Then Baby waa sick, wo «ava h»r Outer!«. (Then aha waa a Child, ah« cried for Caatorta ICbm ahe became Miaa, she dung to Caatorta IVhen ahe had Child««, aha gave Uiarn Oatoria. Thlr Week Is Undcrwoar week with n*. Wo want every man in Vicksburg to see our Hue of American Hosiery Co's., Un dçrwear. It is the best made in this country. None belter made anywhere. Try it. Your money back it you waul. WARNER k> SEARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. sc28 Did Ton Ever Try Electric Bitters os a remedy for yonr trouble ? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the re lief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to Ute organs. If you have loss of Appetite. Constipa tion, Headache. Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepleso, Excitable, Melanch oly or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Elect ric Bitters is Ute medicine you need. Headache and strength are gn* ran ted by its use Large bottles only fifty cents at J. A. Shreve's Drug Store. Children «J fcr Pitcher 1 « Cutoria. with a lit NoTicit.—A sorrel nor«e, tie white In bis face, aud branded L U L, was taken op August 23rd bv J. II Hart, near Rodney, and was ap praised at $30 by II. J. Hart aud 0. W. Walker. The owner is requested to come for ward, prove properly, pay charges and tako tbe animal away ; otherwise the will bo disposed of according to 11. B. Pkgram, J. P.. and Acting Ranger. 6 same law. 4 October 8th, 1805. COAL! I am now prepared to supply Coal in ANT QUANTITY, and «11 kaep a Unra «npp£ on b»Dd during the seawa Am handling noth tog but ___ _ i Lump Cool, which I am offering at $4 75 p er Toil in ton tots or mors. w Quality and WMghts Gmwantood. : Port Gibson. R. C. KELLEY, Sealed Propocals lor Repairing the Church at Rocky 8prmis, Miss tv. n .^,r>i*pu«d committee will receivtlaud November 4th, 1826, at IS^fidlfS^Sonday, ROTO" 1 '" ■»*"• *YT" t r: it n'dcek a, m., for putting In repair, the brick Scb aT Rocky Springs Mi«. For bnc ,r„i.™ „Z tieœesary work to be done aj> ÄofTSU* Tbe^com inUtee reserres the right to reject W*- l FAKMER. Cu». c. K. BEGAN, ) any and all Oct 17tb, 189R—8t Money to Lend. On Farm Mortgage? on the in Interest a part of stallment plan, principal. Payable annually. Ap ply to E S. &J.T. Drake. Oct. Î1-3L a is in to to to I THE CHARTER Of Inoorporation 0 f the Claiborne Tele phone Company. Jacob Bernbeimer, W. D. Redos, Cm. Csbn Henry Marx, L. P. Williams, Jr., C. A. Gor don, K. W. Mag roder, C. It. Nesmith and CA. t rench, and their n asociales and roccetsors, be and they are hereby charte. ed and incorporat ed aa a body corporal«, Under the name and style of *'Tbe Claiborne Telephone Company," for the purpose of carrying on s gent-al tele phone business in the county of Claiborne "Gier couu lies in the state of Mississippi ; Mid they are hereby authorized aud empowered build and construct their lines from the town of Port Gibson to the village of Russum, and from the town of Pori Gibson to the villa Martin, and from Martin to the village of manville, and from Herrnu.ville to WUsourille, aud from Hermanviile to Carlisle, aud from Fort Oibsoa to Oraud Gulf, and from Port Gib •ou ta Ingleaide, aud from Ingleside to liocky Springs, and ms y construct branch lines to va-i rions oii-et parts of the said county or other counties in said state, in the discretion of the directors of said company. And as such cor poration, they shall have succession cot exceed ing fifty years; may hare a common seal, which they may chauge and may acqnire by purchase or otherwise, and hold and o-vu real and per sonal property, not exceed^),, fifty thousand dollars in value; may sue and be sned, may plead and he impleaded in any oour*. iu this state, and may make contracts aud be contract ed vith teaching their business; and may make by-laws for the government of the company and their affairs, and do all other acts incident to a corporation, within the scope of their busi ness. That the capital stock of said company shall be ONIi THOUSAND DOLLAR*, iucreasable at the will of the stock holders, by a two-thirds ijoritv of the stock-holders, to TWENTY HVK HUNDRED DOLLARS, or any less snni; that said capital sto>*l: shall be divided into s haies of 'iwentv D>-liars each; that said com pany may oommetioe business when Five Hun dred Dollars is subscribed, which sum, as sub scribed, insy be called >u as the directors may determine. That, iu conduo.ing the affairs of said com pany and iu all votes for directors aud for auy other purpose, each stocx-hold.r shall be en titled to cast one vote for e-.cli share he may hold ot th capital stock of said cumptny. each share eutithug him to one vote To make auy valid election or to adopt any resolntion or measure l'y the stock-holders, it »hall always require not less tbau a majority of stuck at snob meeting ; at.d no meeting shall be valid, as a quorum, to do busiuea* or to do any act to bind tho company, unless the holders of a majority of the share* of stack shall be present or be represented at euch meeting ; provided that snc'i stock-holders may attend auy meeting ol the stock holders aud vote either iu person or by written proxy. That a meeting of the share-holders of the capital stock subscribed, hereby incorporate«I, shall be held for the purpose of organising der their charter, at the town of Port Gibson, within thir<y days sfter the appro/al by the governor cl Mississippi, or at such other time as may be called by three of the said incorpor ators or subscribers to the capital stock. That the domicile of said oompany shall be the coun ty of Claiborne, sta e of Mississippi, and the stock-holders shall bold meetings rt the town of Port Gibson, at snch time as uisy be fixed by and prescribed by the board of directors of said oompany. Called meetings may be held opoc the call of the president in snch manner as may be prescribed in the by-laws of said com pany. Raid company shall have and exercise »he right of «-minent domaiu under the laws of the state of Mississippi. That the offloer* of said company shall be a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and five directors, who shall hold their offices for the term of one year, or until their suc cessors are elected ; and the president and secretary shall the board of directors, ami the president shall preside at the meetings of said directors, and in bis absence the vice-president shall preside, aud the secretary shall act as secretary of said directors. That the above named incorpora tors shall be aud remain the directors of said oompany, ontil their snocessors are elected. The direoiors shall enact all by-laws for the management of the business of said compa ny, and for the regulation and government of the bos loess and conduct of the affairs of the nay. 't hey shall fix in the by-laws the iber of directors necessary to constitute a sud to e of er uu president, vice be memuen of L J. to nom quorum for the transaction of business; they shall meet at snch times as shall be fixed in the by-taws; provided the president may call them togetht-r at any time iu the manner pro vided in tbe by-laws. Tbe board of directors fix the omnpensatiou of the officers of said company. The dnWes of each of such offioers shall be such as are usually performed by such officers In similar companies, or aa may be fixed by tbe directors. Tbe treasurer may be required by the directors to give bond for the safe keeping of all money soming into hU hands belonging to the company, and for th« faithful discharge of his dattes as treasu rer. Buch bond so given shall be conditioned tbe same as is required by luw for county treas urers in tbe state of Misstet pp4,and any breach thereof shall subject the obligator* to suit in tbe same manner aa county treasurer* are subject to suit upon breach of any condition of any bond given bv them. Tbe directors shall report at suoh times, and in snob man ner as shall be provided to tbe by-laws, tbe oondition of the affairs of the oompany, and shall permit free aooess to the books of tbs oompany, to any stock-holder whenever any stock holder may desire to inspect the same. They shall declare and pay over, at such Urne gnd in such manner a« shall be provided in tbe by-laws, such dividends as may accrue np the »bare of each stock-holder. A "took by the secretary, of all company, and of the re held by eacb; trans shall on at book aiwhll bo kepi, stock holders of »aid •peetive amount of stock fera of atock may be made in the manner pre acribed in the by-laws, and when made tt shall be th« dnty of the secret* rr to «»titer the the books of the company. If, how ever. any stock holder shall desire to rail his atock, the company shall have 'be right of purchasing raldstock at the price offered to [>e »old at by tbe sta>ok-boldar, before any oth er person can purchase tbe same. lUfors a eH Ine to any other i«eraon the stoek-holder da slrhig to rail ont ahall first offer his stock for M.ie to tbe company sod get the director« re fusal to purchase the -'took offered for rale by him. for the price offered. October 15th, 1805. r: all of for rent. The store now occupied by Wm. Reference, J. McC. B. Humphreys. Cahn & Co. Martin. Port Oil>««on. OoL 'Ï4th if ——a We will in a very short time place our Cloth ing, Hats, Gents Furnishing Goods and Millinery in Another Department in Our Store, and desiring to have as little as possible of the goods moved, we are offering This and Next Week the above goods at a remarkable reduction. This is a rare opportunity for all in need of winter goods. Come quick and reap the ben efit. Terms cash. X-.ead.ers in Stales and. Xjow Prices. Aiwayt Keep a Pall Stack •! B«tterlek*i Pattern, letrapalitaai aai Deiiieators, be va-i the or a be ol or as of a of a Port Gibson Oil Works, PORT GIBSON, : MISS. to of Pays Highest Price for Cotton Seed ! er We have on 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, v When You Buy You aim to eet goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE MARCIN. When You Sell You aim to get the highest Market Price for your cotton. That is ÄI1 Right. II is Business! • •• We can justly CAN DO BOTH AT OUR STORE, claim to rank among the most extensive and YOU Most literal Cottoa Buyers of in Port Gibson, and when it comes to selling goods low, no house here can discount our prices, trade. We want your cotton and we want your Come and see us. ✓ Respectfully, T.A 9 S LEVY'S SONS, Leadins Merchants A Cotton Buyers. in of aa in THIS COLO WEATHER -Suggests Shovels and Tongs, Dog Irons, Stove Pip« and El bows, Axes, Wood SawB, Firebricks. Heating Stoves, Grates We Have Them All! AUo S.uMge Onndeti'.nd StafTer., M..t Ch°pp.^ Km«« H.n.l Corn Mill«, Csk« P««. Powder, Shot ud Cp., Empty mod Lo«Jod Shell., Shell Bn«», Reloading Tools, Coon, Beaver and other game Traps. Hubs, hpokes, Rims and all Wagon and Carriage Material. Natchez. Schwartz & Stewart, tt — LEVY & WELSCH ben r. LEVY, Embalmer and Manager. y DïAFÿ » OROOClil)«' iS IT RCALI/ IJ / ta « 1 ! §. 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