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Port 0tbaon Rev alle.
C*Up bom No. 19 . THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1903. PERSONHL. Mr. Walla, representing th* Vicks burg American, la visiting Port Gibson tbla week. Mr. L. It. Levy waa one of the attend ant« at the Benjamin-Benjamin wedding at Natchez laat week. Miaa Agnea Keleker, a former reaident of Port Oibaon, but now of Memphis, la visiting Mr. and Mra. Poll*. Mr. George Knox, for several yeara atenograpber for S Bernbeimcr & Sooa, haa reaigned and gone to New Orleana. Mr. B. B. Powler, formerly connected with the Defender, haa secured a posi tion at Monlicello and left for that place lest Friday. Payetta Chronicle : "Mr. M. L Schus ter of Port Gibeon was In Payette thia week in attendance at the meeting of the board of superstore. M Woodvill* Republican : "Mr. and Mra. J. A. Davidson went np to Port Gibson on Sunday to-visit relative«. Jake returned Monde? morning, but hie wife will remain there for a few days with her aister, Mr*. Dampf. • > Payette Chronicle : "Mr. W. A. Fife. District Grand Master, and Meaara. Jobo P. Weexs and J. P. McCaleb, Jr., of Her mauville, were io attendance at tha meeting of Thomaa Hinds Lodge, A. F & A. M., last night and assisted in the work of initiating new members. »» Connty politics are aa quiet aa can be. No Intereat whatever is manifested. This tunst be the calm before the storm. Fresh and reliable garden seed at POPE DRUG CO C. L. Young and. R B Jones of the fifth district are building a store on tlieir / piece and are completing a large and excellent residence. A party of Memphis business men passed through Port Gibson last Friday en roule to New Orleana. They weie travellug in a special train, and stopped at several towns along the road. We have the well-known Laodretb'e and Perry's Garden and Flower Seed. POPS DRUG CO. Pebrnary baa already bad more than Its share of rain. The precipitation last week amounted to 6 08 inches, while that of thia week amounted to 1 84 in ches. The managers slate that "Hans Han son's Co.," which appears here next Thursday night, is the laat show booked for the season. This is a guaranteed at traction. Watch for big street parade in the tfternoon. WANTED —A lot of Men au! Women to start a bank account with their sav inga by attending a special shoa sale, where we will tell $3 50 shoes fot $1.00 und >1.50, provided the men can wear nnmber 7 or 8 men shoes and the wo men number 3 or 4 Apply In person at David Bock's Department Stork. Dr. Lloyd, recently elected Episcopal bishop of Mississippi, has declined to accept. Another election will be held In April. Rev. A. H. Noll, formerly of Port Gibson, is spoken of as a suitable person for the place. Mr. Noll la a learned man, a atudent and exceedingly energetic. energetic. The Reveille received a letter from Postmaster J. D. Bridger of Bran dywine this morning complaining that the Reveilles sent to that office laat week have never arrived. The paper la sent from Port Gibson every Friday morning, and the failure to reach ita destination ia due to carelessness of some official, so far unknown to us. New Postoffice. A new postoffice has.been established at Harvey, Claiborne connty, with Rob ert W. Bast postmaater. Some of the features of The Singin Skule Beginuient are: The Siogin Skule, Mistera Rebkln* an Klasa. The American Girl, by the patriotic «kotier Roriauna Giggleaby. A 2 cornered piece by Mercey Tweek Ina and Jeremier Robkina. Another 2 cornered peace bi the oic ma y de» Miranda Want-to-Marry and Mebltable Spooner. I will play in your yard," Miatera Twerdeozea Twins—only won year old —uo kin to Mercay. Peace 15. Hi Skala Girls. Trilby, O'Farrell, Alvirey Stimmen», Clemen tine Hawks, Sopkrcna Fliiukina. Sum moor beeidet. • * CUSTOM SHIRTS THAT FIT. You have seea men whose collar and collar-band weren't on good terms— perhaps you have bad the experience yourself. Theo you have seet: shirt bosoms that buckled or broke in no welcome places. It's all the fault of poor sbirt-Uiaking. You can avoid all such troubles, if you'll let us make your shirts to mess me. Our samples for 1903 are just ia They embrace everything oew iu Shirt Fabric*. Some of them wonder fully light aud hue. Made to order $2.30 to $4-50 each. WARNER & SEARLKS CO., Vicksburg, Miss. Notice! Being agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, aud having bought Mr. John McC. Martin's Fire Insurance Agency, I am prepared to write Insurance of any kind, and will appreciate all business given me, and promise best attention. B. A. HUnPHRBY5. it : v ï Remember! We have a full line of Lace and Comic Valen tines. Call and see them. pope DrugCotnpany L. C. Brown A L H. Wilkinson, Jr., Proprietors. x x x x x x Esæmâæm m æmm iBemxxmMsm m ««t to rcioco: # , 4 - » if *2 <d&V '£% \ a WVY M . A, ä,\ *\ I w 0 ° + M & w M * + 'S ÜÉ s WiVV^ % I .T er M M 4. M M - N Saved Har Child'« Life. "In three weeks our chubby little boy was ebsoged by Pneumonia almost to n skeleton,'' writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of Pleasant City, O. "A terrible cough set iu, that, iu spite of • good doctor's treat ment for several weeks, grew worse ev ery day. We tken used Dr. King's New Discovery for ConsumDtioo, and our dar ling was soon sound and well. We are sure thia grand medicine saved his life. Millions know it's the only snre cure for Coughs, Colds and all Long dis eases. J. A. Sbreve, Druggist, guaran tees satisfaction. 50c. and $t.oo. Trial bottles free. I. > 1 A. A. B. Another Carload of Mules will arrive Saturday. H. MARX & SONS. Whiskey Agent Caught. Last Thursday Chat. Bblbert, a wble key drummer of Vicksburg, was arrest ed on an affidavit sworn out by Mr. E. C. Morris and fined $100 and coats by Mayor Anderaon for aoliciting orders. Thia ia the only way to rid Port Gib sou of these nnisaaces, aiid'it the doty of every citizen to report every case coming under hia observation. I. J. P. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y. CANCER CURED. Mr. W. W. Prickelt, Smithfield, 111 ., writes, Sept. 10th, mat. : "1 had been suf fering several years with a cancer on my face, which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itching. I was using Ballard's Snow Liniment for a sore an accident I rubbed some on the cancer, and it gave me almoat instant relief. I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer. In a abort time the cancer came out, my face healed up and there ia not the slightest scar left, implicit faith in the merits of this prepara tion, and it cannot be too highly recom mended," 25c., 50c. and $t.oo. For sale by Pope Drug Company. leg, and through of the liniment f have NOTICE 1 I beg to inform the public that I have purchased the BARBERSHOP of the late Henry Wassern. I solicit a contin uance of the patronage. I employ none hat the best help, and my aim will be to give absolute satisfaction. CHAS. M. HOWARD. Hon. Monroe McClurg lias resigned tbs attorney generalship and Mr Wil liam Williams, bis assistant, has been appointed to fill the vacancy. You Know What You ara Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, because the formula is plainly print ed on every bottle, showing that it is sim ply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. qoc. Notice Is bvrahy given that Jue Lev, forraerlv * p*iti,er in lilt fiiia of B wlo. il & Co , h <s «olrl hl« entire inte>e»i and claim to me, and I assume all liabiliiies and will r illect all debts, and the busitie*« will a ill be rottdacled undei the nstue of Howland St Co V. QUONG THOMAS. J au. 22.—JW. State of Mississippi. To Priscilla Flowers, Defendant : You are commanded to- appear before the chancery court of the county of Claiborne, in said State, on the 4111 muu M M. I. D. 1903 * to defend the suit of Geo. Flow ers, wherein you are defendant. Thia 20th day of January, A. D. 1903.— 3 t. R. C. McCAY. Chancery Clerk. By S. H. B AGNELL, Deputy Clerk. R. B. Anderson, Solicitor. McCAY. Clerk. JLMLFirst Glass Tailor, Hi HAS OPENED A SHOP IN PORT QIBSON. Hi .Hi Suits made to order in the latest and best stylee. Cleaning and repairing well done. Many years of experience. 4 4, 4 J. SPEIL, Friabman Building, Main Street, PORT QIBSON, MISS. 4, n of DELINQUENT TAX LIST. I, J. B. McMURCHY, Sheriff and Tax Collector in and (or the County of Claiborne and State of Mississippi, will on « I MONDAY, THE 2 D DAY OF MARCH, 1903 , at the front door of the Court House of said County, within the hours prescribed by law, sell the following described lands for taxes and costs dne thereon for the fiscal year 1902, to-wit: 1 ' NAM 1 - I DESCRIPTION A. P. Chambliss.pt E half of N E quarter.18 10 3e pt W half of N W quarter 8. T. R. Acres S.Tax C.Tax Ptr Dam. Total 60 20 30 60 20 10 12 20 02 1 03 20 18 27 20 04 21 20 03 45 81 i 08 20 19 2 28 21 20 04 2 24 20 39 4 31 I 57 20 27 3 01 I 00 20 17 20 04 20 01 8 45 I 55 I 35 .S I. N. Purr. A. J. Fife. A. I. Fife. < 44 H 4 e *5 45 P* rt . 3 12 2e . 45 V 4 e . 4 h 5 t . 1* 13 4 c . 5 * *3 4e . »3 13 4 C * 5 9 â z .part. 1 Flfr I,art A. J. Fife.part. A., f. Fife A. J. Fife Burge* Frasier.part. Burges Frasier Burges Frasier......part.... 7 ... 45 Delta Williams.Sandusky lot. Grand Gulf 6 ey A Burnett. ..part r & Carson.pt iw 1-4 of sw 1-4 & pt se 1-4 T 4 V part pan 18 *3 ■9 70 I 68 49 l 18 ? 3 . 3» 13 4 * part 1 3 J 13 4 « 13 4 e 12 2e l U 4 -2 Harv Kelly Kelly A Carson Mrs.M.E.Montgomery .part. Mrs.M E.Montgomery, part. Mrs.M K,Montgomery, part. Wm. Purcell Wm. Purcell Wm. Purcell.part.. Real A Sanguinetta. lots 3, 4. 9 and 10 sq 14, Martin Real A Sanguinetta. lots 9,15 and 16 sq 15. Martin.. B. H. Smith.w 1-2 of ne 1-4 A se 1-4 of ne 1-4 2 10 4e n pt of w i-s of nw 1-4 A pt w 1-2 of e 1-2 of nw 1-4. Part. part . se pt of w 1-2 and sw 1-4 3 * >3 4 C 39 I of aw 1-4. 8 13 5 « . 17 U 5 * . 57 « M . 60 11 2e . 61 II 2 C 18 11 iw 19 11 iw 20 11 iw i 32 20 . 23 29 20 os 55 99 12 22 part nw 1-4. i 134 4 . 60 7 28 9 70 60 169 19 27 part 4 91 all J 869 II 58 60 2 02 2 60 40 I 92 20 22 89 I i 95 45 5 120 l 44 :: 3 I. P. Smith. I 12 4e 12 4e 44 1-2 2 73 4 10 2e 20 48 20 12 5e 11 2e 3 99 J. F. Smith... Mary Thomas W. F. Smith.. Est. L. N. Baldwin...part.57 Eat L- N. Baldwin...part. a .60 11 2e Est I,. N. Baldwin...part... 61 11 2e Est. L. N. Baldwin...part... a 12 3e Est. L. N. Baldwin. ..part.—.....33 12 3e Est L. N. Baldwin...» half of S W quarter ......... jo 13 3e Est. t. N. Baldwin...part N W quarter ..51 13 3e Est. L. N. Baldwin. ..part.52 13 3e Est L. N. Baldwin. ..part. 53 13 3e Est L. N. Baldwin. ..part. ao 13 4e Est L. N. Baldwin...part. 49 13 4e Malinda Carpenter ..part lots 1, 6, S 8, old town P G Corn Haie.. .pt lots 1,3, 5, S 31, P G. Edward Moore...lot 4, sq 2, Drake's Addition .. 18 12 2e P. and K. Williams..outtot MM, sq W . Y. A M. V. R. R.Co..lot 13, sq 6, Martin Y. A M. V. R. R. Co. .lot 1, sq 13, Martin Y. A M. V. R. R. Co. .lot 6, sq 15, Y. A M. V. R. R. Co. .lot 3, sq 18. Y. A M. V. R. R. C0..I0U 1 and 2, aq 28. Martin. Y. A M. V. R. R. C«..lot U, sq 31, Martin. Y. A M. V. R. R. C0..I0U 1,2,3, 4 , 5 . 6 , 7, aq 5, Martin Y. A M. V. R. R. Co.. lots 1 and 2, sq 14, Martin. Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lota 8 and 9, aq 23. Martin. Y. A M. V. R. R. Co. .lots 5, 6, 9,15,16, sq 16, Martin. 3 64 40 63 64 20 11 1 28 20 22 1 40 ifi i< %, 40 132 I V* 28 i j - 12 5 ° l 9 162 ».50 27.3s 2.20 4.78 54.79 21 2.51 35 4.05 i 20 40 I SO 2.00 20 60 20 3-20 20 45 y ' 56 tS I aa Martin , Martin « I I 8.71 2.00 I.53 18.78 6-54 Build Yourself Up Have yott a lame back ? Are you all run down and debilitated ? Do your kidneys trouble you ? Do you have headache and dizziness ? Are you bilious ? Parker's Kidney eure. TAKE It will make a New Man of you. It is recommended by all the best physicians. It will cure vou. Sold by the following Druggists in Claiborne Connty : J. A, Stareve, Pope Drug Co.. Red Cross Pharmacy. Port Gibson; W. F. Smith, Carlisle; W. B. Murdoch, Westside; K- D. Barron, Martin; Herman ville Dpag Co., Hermanville; Hicks A Lum, Hankinson. flONEY to LEND ON REAL ESTATE. Will place it for any length of time, either straight or on the in stallment plan. J. N. BRASHEAR. Guns, Pistols, Bicycles, PortOibsoa Mis*.. Aug. s6, igos. MARDI GRAS! LAWN MOWERS And ALL LIGHT MACHINERY repaired. Satisfaction Guaranteed. AT NEW ORLEANS. Ou account oi the above occasion, the Y. St M. V. K. X. will, on Feb. 17th to 23d, inclusive, sell round trip tickets at JON. W. PAW' ÎCK ONE FARE ! Ticket* to be used on morning of Feb. 24th, and good for retars till Feb. 28th. O, St. RECORD, Agent, Blank Forms at Reveille Office NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne county, Mississippi, will at thoir regular meeting Monday, March 2nd, 1903, receive bids for the erection of a c.ble bridge across Little Bayou Pierre on the Greenwood Plantation," accord ing to plans and specifications now on file in the office of the Chan cery Clerk of said county. All bids to be filed on or betöre the hour of 12 m., at which hour they will be opened for inspection. Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. R. C. McCAY. Clerk. * * 4 « «I « Sporting Goods ^ Hi * « *i ♦ « Guns, Shells and Ammunition. » » *i 4 ^ ALL STYLES OF « I Double and Single Barre l Shot Guns and Rifles Ammunition of all kinds ----—-- » . * Loaded Shells, all sizes and kinds «I » l «V « »9 « » Hi -a CAN BE FOUND AT. Hi 'a .Hi *a Laz. Levy's Bons. AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL. 4 . 'a 4, 'a 4 i 'a 'a 4, 'a « Î* I 1 » ' » » < B « I 1 4 I i 4 4 I Port Gibson Music & Jewelry House I I I » %, I » \ i » HAS THE COODS AND PRICES ARE RICHT - I » W it ' : « I l* I A « M » » Hi ■ kv^vvïvvvÿvvÿvvïv'^ÿvvïïvvvvïiFvvïiFÏ^Ï^ 1 ^/ Thi Formula tells the story : Grove's Chronic Chill Cure Not a patent medicine : a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant hitter teste, made of Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. No C are, No Pay. Price, 50c. ■ 'smmwl ÊÊmmmKKÊÊÊmÊKÊHmÊÊaÊÊÊm TEe Best General Tonic. BBHT ga HM T To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet». ^ tvs// . Savwn MSKon boxes e®M in post 12 months. Tîll$ Signatare, POX* 25 c* CH? In Two Days. on every .