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THURSDAY. FEB. 19. 1903.
PERSONS L.
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Ml«« Katie Drake h«« gone lo New
Orleans to snfoy Mardi Oraa.
Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Jone« went to New
Orleans this morning.
Mia« Scharf! of St Louia i« visiting
her grand mother, Mrs. Beriiheimer.
Mr. George Goodrntn left Sunday for
New Orleans where he will resume his
ttndies at Sonll's Business College.
Mr, and Mrs. S. S. Kranaa and Miss
Rea Hackstt are in New Orleans this
week.
Dr. L- A. Smith was called to Bolton
tbie week by the death of bit mother.
DIED,
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Nr*, e. fL Smith.
Mrs. E A. Smith, mother of Dr. L. A.
Smith of Port Gibson, died at her borne
in Bolton Tuesday afternoon.
Smith was 85 years of age.
a faithful member of the Methodist
chnrcb, ■ fond mother, snd « devoted
friend.
Mr*.
She was
Nrs. R L. Norton.
Utica, Miss., Feb. 14.—Mr«. R. L. Hor
ton, wife of Dr. R. L. Horton, a prom
incut man and dentist ofUtics, died this
morning at a:jo o'clock, after a linger
ing illness. The fnneial service was
held by Rev. W. H. Lewis at the Meth
odlat chnrcb at 3:30 o'clock thi* after
noon, and Interment wa§ made in the
city cementery. Mra. Horton leave« a
devoted bnsband and seversi small
children.—Special to Picayune.
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Hickory Junes of tur ''Singin Skale
•ays that onr Stationery is not to be
POPE DRUG CO.
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•oerted at«
See the "Singin Sknie Beginmeut" at
the opera boose Friday night, if yon
want to langb. Natchez paper« say it
Is great. It played to a $50° house there
laat week.
Jebosapbat Junkins of the "Singin
Skule" will hereafter be found behind
POPE DRUG CO.
otu coonters.
Laat week, while attempting to arrest
Bliiab Davis, a vicious negro of Carlisle,
Constable Herrington «bot him in Ibe
fleshy part of the thigh Davis' wound
has sufficiently healed for him to be ont
again.
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The Pope Drug Co. lias purchased a
handsome soda fountaian, and will
make this a feature of its «dmtner buis
ness.
Men's Rubber Ron.« and beat Leather
Bo •«, at reduced price«, at Heidenreicb
Bros.
John Dollard, an old and respected
colored citizen of Port Gibson, died yes
terday of heait disease. John had trav
tied extensively, having accompanied
Mr. Paiker on a trip to Europe and to
various place« in the United States. .
Willie Winkles sent Trilby O'Ferrell
• box of onr new stationery.
POPE DRUG CO. *
Messrs. E L. and J. N. Beck and C. J
Till« under the firm name of Beck, Till
& Co., have bought the mercantile bus
iness of Messrs. Singer & Flonacber of
* Rodney, and will continue to conduct it
■t the tame stand as at present.—Fay
ette Chronicle.
Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes,
tbst will wear and are solid, at reduced
price«, at Heidenreicb Bros.
All the books and stationery used by
the "Singin Skule" cams from our
•tore. Let us supply yon.
POPE DRUG CO.
WANTED.—An active, capable msn
ns manager of district for The Fidelity
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Philadel
phia. Headquarters at Port Gibaon.
Address,
RAGLAND & ANDERSON, Mgrs.,
Jarkaon, Miss.
Miss M*y Russell of Claiborne county,
State Organizer for the W. C. T. U., will
lecture on ibe subject of Temperance at
tbe Methodist church in Hamburg, this,
Friday night, February 13th. Tbe dsy
following she will attend tbe Medal
Contest at Miss Oletha Torrey's school,
Bear Oldenburg, and deliver an address.
Misa Rnsaell's lectures are very highly
•poken of by those who bave beard her.
—Hamburg Gusher. 9
When yon feel bine and that every
thing goes wrong, take a dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanse and invigorate your
stomach, rcgnlale yonr bowels, give yon
a relish for four food and make yon feci
that in this old world is s good place to
live. For aale by Pope Drag Co., Port
Gibson and E. D. Barron, Martin, Miss.
Dr. Pole's Antiseptic, diluted with
water, is Infallible remedy for sore
throat. Give ft a trial.
Fine Wool Blatikris and well-made
Comforts, at reduced prices, st Heiden
reich Bios
CUSTOM SHIRTS THAT FIT,
You have seen men whose collar and
collar band weren't on good term»—
perhaps you bav« hart the experience
yourself. Then yon bave seen sblrt
l bosoms that buckled or broke in un
welcome places. It's ail the fanit of
poor shirt making.
yoo can avoid all snch troubles, if
you'll let us make yonr shirts to nteas*
I tut. Our «ample* fur 1903 are jiial in
They embrace everything new in
! Shirt Fabrics. Some of them wonder*
I folly light end floe. Made to order fa 30
% to $4 50 each.
" AKNI-P 0 -F.ARI.KS f'O
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Be snre to see the
Singin Skule
At the "Opery Howze

Next Friday Nite.
It is worth your money.
Afterwards you will always find
«'Jehosaphat Junkins" of "Singin
Skule" fame at our store selling
the best line of stationery in town,
also a good assortment of books,
including the one that " Jernseleum
J ark ins writ herself, nicely bound
in calf with the tail inside,
to see us.
Call I
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L C. Brown & L. H. Wilkinson, Jr.,
Proprietors.
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Saved Har Child'« Life.
In three weeks onr chnhby little boy
was changed by Pneumonia almost to a
skeleton,
Pleasant City, O. "A terrible congli set
in, that, in spite of a good doctor's treat
ment for aeveral weeks, grew worse ev
ery day. We tken used Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consnmotion, and onr dar
ling was soon sound and well,
sure this grand medicine saved bis life.
MilHona know It'a the only sore core
for Cough«, Colds and all Lung dis
eases. J. A. Shreve, Druggist, guaran
tees satisfaction. 50c. and $t.oo. Trial
bottles free.
The write-ap of Port Gibson, as given
by the stsfl correspondent of the Picay
une, will appear dally In that paper for
the next few daya. Copies can be had
at onr store. We aleo take subscriptions
for the Tim*s-Demoerst sod Picaynnr,
and solicit the patronage of the public.
POPE DRUG CO.
In the Jackson column of the Vicks
burg Herald of last Thursday we find
the following :
The board [state board of education]
sustained the decision of County Super
intendent Russell, of Claiborne county,
In regard to certain children who were
baned from attending the Port Gibaon
school by the trustee» on account of the
alleged bad character of their mother.
Mr. Russell overruled the trustees and
ordered the children restored to the
•chool register.
The Reveille ia glad the state board
baa snstained Superintendent Rnssell.
No matter what a mother's coodnct may
be, that should not exclude her children
from the benefit of public education.
The common school ia the thread by
which the destiny of these children
hangs.
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writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of
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CANCER CURED.
Mr. W. W. Prickett, Smithfield, 111 .,
writes, Sept. 10th, inst, t "I had been suf
fering severs! years with a cancer on my
face, which gave me great annoyance and
unbearable itching. I was using Ballard's
and through
Snow Liniment for a sore leg.
an accident I rubbed some of the liniment
on the cancer, and it gave ms almost iastant
relief.
liniment oa the cancer. Ia a short time the
and,
have
1 decided to continue to use the
cancer came Out, my face healed up
there is not the slightest sesr left 1
implicit faith in the merits of this prépara
tion, and it cannot be too highly recom
*5c., 50c. and $1.00 For sale
by Pope Drug Company.

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Notice!
Being agent for the Mutual Lift
Insurance Company of New York
and 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.
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FOR SALE
Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs, fi $0 for
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A. EARL BAR »FR.
Port Gibsuu, Miss,
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CHANCERY CITATION.
State of Mississippi.
To Mrs. Troup Jones, Irene Jones,
and Charlie Jones, heirs at law
of Shelby P. Jones, deceased :
You art commanded to appear
before the chancery court of the
county of Claiborne, in said state,
on the
Fount Ida® di Mot. i D. 1903 .
to defend the suit in said court of
Chamberlain - Hunt Academy,
wherein you are defendants,
R. C. McCAY, Clerk.
J. N. Brashear, Solicitor.
Thia i6th day of February, A. D. 1903.—
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J. speil, First Class Tailor,
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HAS OPENED A SHOP IN PORT Q1BSON.
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Suits made to order in the latest and best stylee.
and repairing well done. Many years of experience.
Cleaning
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Frlshmnn Building, Main Street,
PORT OIBSON, MISS.
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DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
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I, J. B. McMCRCHY, Sheriff and Tax Collector in and for the County of Claiborne and State of
Miaaiasippi, will on
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MONDAY, THE 2 D DAY OF MARCH, 1903 ,
at the front door of the Court Bouse of said County, within the hours prescribed by law, sell the
following described Und« for taxes and coats dne thereon for the fiscal year 190s, to-wit:
a T. ». Acres 8.Tax C.Tax Ptr Dam. Total
18 10 3e 8 45
44 11 4e *5 45
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12 13 4 e 30 18
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Sandusky lot. Grand Gulf. o 12 2e
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,pt B half of N B quarter
pt w half of N W quarter
P*rt.
NAMES
A. F. Chambliss.
L N. Purr.
A. I. Pile.
60 20 30
60 20 10
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I03 M l8
»7 20 04
21 so 03
I 08 so 19
21 20 04
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i 57 20 27
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A J. Pife.
A. J. Fife.
A. J. Fife.
Barges Prmaier
Burges Pratier
Burges Prsïier
Delis Williams
Hanrey
Kelly ft
Kelly & Carson
Mrs.M B.Montgomery .part
Mra M E Montgomery, part
Mrs.M E,Montgomery part
Wo. Purcell
Wm. Purcell
Wm. Purcell...not..........
Real & Sanguinetta. lota 3.4.9 ■»<! to «q M. Martin
Real & Sanguinetta. lots 9, 15 and 16 *q 13. Martin..
B. H. Smith..........w i-a of ne 1-4 A ae 1-40! ne 1-4 a 10 4e
J. F. Smith.n pt of w i-a of nw 1-4 A pt w
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Carson.pt sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 A pt se 1-4
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I. P. Smith
Mary Thomas . part .
W. F Smith.
Bat. L. N. Baldwin...part.
Est. L. N. Baldwin...part.
K*t. L. N. Baldwia,..part.
Est. U N. Baldwin...part.
Eat. L,. N Baldwin
Bat. L- N. Baldwin
E»t- L. N. Baldwin...part N W quarter
Eat. L. N Baldwin. ..part.
E«t L. N. Bald win...part.
Eat L. N. Baldwin. ..part.
Eat. t,. N. Baldwin...part.:.
Malinda Carpenter . .part lots 1, 6, 8 8, old town P G
Cora Hale.pt lota 1, 3, 3, B ax, » G ...
Edward Moore.lot 4, sq a, Drake's Addition ..
F. and K. Williams..outlot MM, »q W..
V. A M. V. R. ft Co..lot 13, sq 6, Martin.
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lot I, sq 13. Martin...
Y. A M. ▼. R. R. Co..lot 6, sq is, Martin.
Y. AM. V. R. R. Co..lot 3, sq 18, Martin..
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lots 1 and 2, sq 28, Martin.
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lot ix, sq 31, Martin.
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lota 1,», 3 . 4 , 5 . 6 , 7 , «q 5 . Martin
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co..lota 1 and a, sq 14. Martin.
Y. A M. V. R. R. Co. Jots 8 and 9. sq » 3 - Martin.
Y. A M. V. R. R. C0..I0U 5. 6. 9, 15, 16, aq 16, Martin.
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Build ourself Up
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Have you a lame back ?
Are you all run down and debilitated ?
Do your kidneys trouble you ?
Do you have headache and dizziness ?
Are you bilious ?
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TAKE Parker's Kidney Cure.
It will make a New Man of you.
It is recommended by all the best physicians. It will cure vou.
by the following Druggists in Claiborne County : T. A. Shreve, Pope Drug Co Red Cross
Pharmacy Port Gibson; W. ».Smith, Carlisle; W. Murdoch. Westside; E- D- Barron, Martin;
Henxanville Drug Co., Hermsurine; Hicks A Lum. Hsnkinson.
Sold
HONEY to LEND
ON REAL ESTATE.
Will place it for any length of
time, either straight or on the in
stallment plan.
J. N. BRASHEAR.
Port Gibso* Mis«., Aug. 36, too*.
MARDI GRAS!
AT NEW ORLEANS.
On account of the above oecaaioa. the Y. & M.
V. R R will, om Feb. 17th to ayd, inclusive, sell j
round trip tickets at
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The Board of Supervisors of 1 4
Claiborne county, Mississippi, will 4
at their regular meeting Monday, i
March 2nd, 1903, receive bids for
the erection of a Cible bridge
across Little B.iyou 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 belore 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.
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Suns, Pistols, Bicycles,
LAWN MOWERS
And ALL LIGHT MACHINERY
REPAIRED.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed,
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over One and a Half Million bottles. Does Lhis record
of merit, appeal 60 you ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
tnrlhrrl mbh every bottle is o Ten Cent Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER. PR.LS.
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