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Celepbon* No. *• THURSDAY. MARCH a6. 1903 Y~* , ~**'* ' *' »»> * a » .»sf » w e> PERSONAL K h CO ft H ft S 'ift v Mrs. Scott of Louisiana U visiting her •later, Mra. E. S. Drake. Mr. J. B. Coleman la dialling bia brother, Mr. P. C. Coleman. Mra. Minnie Gotpcl Manna of Green ville le vlaltlng her parente here. Mr. Charlea Colaon of the delta haa been viaitiug bia parente tbla wk. Robert Goepel haa accompained Mr. Mr. William Manna to Hot Springe, Ark. Mra. Maratan and aon of Virgiuta war* gneata of Mra. C. A. Gordon tbla week. Mias Hogaett of St. Louis, trimmer for Heideoreich Bros., haa resumed ber duties end will be found at ber usual piece. Rev. and Mrs. L. S. Jones spent last week in Vlckaburg where Mr. Jones went to be operated npon. They return ed Monday, and we are glad to state that Mr. Jooea la steadily Improving. Mr. Dnncan McDougall who baa spent two ycara in the Philippine Islands aa • soldier in the regular army, haa re turned home. He has not suffered from bia long residence in the tropica. Mr. Jackson and family bave relumed to Meadvllle, where Mr. fackson has been promoted in the Cumberland Tele phone Co's, service. He haabeeu line man here for that company for several months. Tbe Methodists of Fort Gibson have inst installed a new imitation pipe or gan in their cbnrcb. Mrs. Estelle Farmer Schober, wife of Mr. F. L- Schober, formet ly of «this piece, died at Fayette last Wednesday. Through an oversight of the teacher, the name of Laz. Otto Bloch was ac cidentally left off tbe honor roll of tbe town acbool, which waa published last week. * When having your house cleaning, don't forget Dr. Pope's Bog Killer, a Sore and Safe Remedy for the extermi nation of all forms of Insect life. Sold and Guaranteed by the Pope Drag Co. Tbe cold snap of tbe past two days does not seem to bave injured vegeta tion. Yesterday morning thethermome % 1er registered 33 and tbia morning 34. Considerable froat waa seen both morn ings. A colored preacher broke tbe monot ony of town life yesterday by preaching on tbe street to a crowd of interested lis tenera, composed of both whites and black. All agree that tbe sermon was an excellent one and the pi eacber en dowed with more than ordinary intellect. The postal authorities* have arranged to have a Port Gibson mail pouch put npon tbe night and early morning trains. Owing to the high water, the two through night trains were discontinued, and, aa we get most of our mail on these trsins, we suffered great inconven ience. Tbe new arrangement gives ua south mail at 10:40 p. m. > nd north mall at 5:30 a. m. Mr. M. A. Fisher is getting up a bar becue for Tune ist, and is sending lettera to tbe various state candidates asking them to be present on that day. He baa made arrangements to get fudge Ander son to adjourn court, which will be in session at that time, on the date men tioned, in order to have a big political pow-wow. A number of donations have already been promised for the occasion. • by all til ies, my St. James Church. There will be no service at St. James Church next Sunday, the rector filling his regular appointment at Hermanville. Land-Slide at Lorman. L*et Saturday morning a lend slide at Lorman delayed traina on the Valley road several hours, amount of earth covered the track, caused by the continued rain of tbe Bight before. to L. la A considerable Arranging for Pasture. Col. John Heath of Issaquena county was in the city to-day and left for home on the eteamer Belle of the Bends. He waa here arranging for pasture for hia atock which he fears will soon be com pelled to move to high ground —Vicks burg Post, ant. for of cy in New Fire Department Order. Chief Warburton of tba fire depart ment requests the Reveille to inform tbe public that he hae arranged to get the engineer at the power bonse, when a fire alarm baa been given, to give one long blast of tbe whistle when tbe fire has been extinguished or when tbe alarm la a false one. Tbia will keep down on necesaary excitement. Tba Bone Yard. Country people, coming *0 town, re port a disagreeable condition of affairs existing at tbe bone yard on the Hrr mauvilleroad. We are told thel carcas es are thrown at tbe gate a abort dis tance from tbe road, making it exceed ingly disagreeable, as well es dangerous, for passers. Some action should be tak es to bring abouta refoitn. Belated Farming. It baa been meny year« since tbe farmer* of this section waa aa late pre paring their lends for crops aa they are tbia season Up to Monday of this week nothing of consequence had been done. Planters who usually plan! corn In February »ill do well to get it In tlie ground by April ist ibis year. There bas been bn! little ru'd, bn! ihe almost incessant reins have kr pi the ground in such a condition that even in Ihe most favored places plowing com Id not be done. Look Out For Your Stock ! Charbon has come, and perhaps to stay. Every precaution should be taken to head it off. Remem ber that Dr. Pope's Charbon Remedy IS THE BEST, QUICKEST AND CHEAPEST REMEDY ON THE MARKET. If taken in time, will cure any case. We GUARANTEE IT. ;i pope DrugCornpany L. C. Brown & L. H. Wilkinson, Jr., Proprietors. ▼. .TvVÆ.TwT.- ^ ~ ~ . X " TvY.VwT-Vj.YÆÆ'T.Y: a .Y.T..T.-T-Æ.T.,T' 4 i< 15 JB®J,jy] r The Unanimous Opinion of Critics, ♦ as well as of the public in general, is that we have the best selected and most gorgeous line,of g Si SPRING DRESS GOODS s that our little city has ever offered to the public. We are anxious that all should see them, for we are prepared to prove to you that this is no idle as sertion but based upon facts. We invite your inspection and will encourage your patronage. William Cahn &, Company Chancery Court. Chancellor Vantresa failed to arrive Monday and coart did not begin for work aniil Tuesday morning. Tbe aea • ion only (anted two days, the work, though considerable, being completed by last night. We were unable to get all of the proceeding« in tbia issue, so decided to postpone publishing any un til next week. So Swaat and Pleaainq in Taata. Mrs. C. Peteraon, 625 Lake St., Topeka, Kan , speaking of Ballard's Horehound It has never failed to give Syrup, says: entire satisfaction, and of all cough remed ies, it is my favorite, and I must confess to my many friends that it will do, and has done, what is claimed for it—to speedily cure a cough or a cold ; and it is so sweet and so pleasing m taste." 25c, 50c $t.oo bottle at sale by Pope Drug Company. «* , and Marlio, Mias. March 23, 1903. Mr. Editor : We wish to say, through your paper, to the voters of District $, that If Mr. C. L. Young will consent to become a can didate for the office of supervisor be can and will be easily elected. Mr. Yonug la one of the prosperous farmers of Bran dvwine district, noted for bia industry, fair and honest dealings with hia fellow men, and if elected would be a faithful public aervant for the people of Clai borne county. VOTERS Childran'a Coughs and Cold». Mr*. Joe McGrath, 3*7 E. «*t St., Hutchinson, Kan., write*: "I have Ballard's Horehound Syrup to my for coughs and colds for the past four years, and find it the best medicine I ever used." Unlike many coughs syrups it contains no opium, but .«ill soothe and heal any disease of the thro« or lung* quicker than any other remedy. 2$c. 50c. and $1.00 at Pope Drug Compang. The Mississippi agency of tbe Mutual Life Inaurance Co. was established at Jackson, Mi**., Jan. fat, 1903. the t '«u cy formerly having been Louisiana and Mississippi, Post 8 t Bowls, New Or leous. In tbe new organization, J. R. Dowdle was put in charge as manager and J. G. Spencer, Superintendent of Agents. To each agency a certain amonnt of insurance la allotted for each month, proportioned by condition of field, and report is made at end of each mouth as to results accomplished. It might naturally be expected that the newly organised agency at Jackson would require several months to get in full working order, bat Feb 1st placed the Jackson agency 7th on the list in the United States, and March lat placed the Jacksov agency iat 00 the list io tbe United States for amount of insurance in proportion to allotment. re given children You Know What You are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, because the formula is ed on every bottle, showing ply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No Care, No Pay. %oe. PLANTS FOR SALE—Fine Doable Violets, Swanky White and Light Pur ple. F.lce, Set*, each, 3 for aocts., 750«. per doz. Apply to MRS, M. 8. REGAN, Rocky Springs, Misa. plainly print that it is sins m 5 3 ' New Spring Samples * You Need a Sprine Suit. Work Guaranteed. J. SPEIL, 4 FHebmen Building, Main Street, PORT QIBSON, MISS. 4 « Build Yourself Up 4 4 « 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 ? 4 4 Parker's Kidney Cure. I TAKE 4V ' It will make a New Man of you. It is recommended by all the best physicians. It will cure von. Sold by the following Druggists in Clsiborne County : J. A, Shreve, Pope Drug Co.. Red Cross Pharmacy. Port Gibson; W. F. Smith, Carlisle; W. B. Murdoch. Westside; E. D. Barron, Martin; Hermanville Drug Co., Herman ville; Hicks A Lu in, Hankinson. «■ 4 CUSTOM SHIRTS THAT FIT. You bave seen men whose collar and collar-band weren't on good term*— perhaps yon bava bad the experience yourself. Then you have seen shirt bosoms that buckled or broke in un welcome places. It's all the fault of poor shirt-making. You can avoid all auch troubles, if you'll let ua make your ahirla to meas uta. Our aamplea for 1903 are just in They embrace everything new in Shirt Fabrics. Some of them wonder ally light and fine. Made to order $2.50 o 14.50 each. WARNER & SEARLES CO., Vicksburg, Mit». FOR SALE-Fancy Long Staple Cot LAZ. LEVY'S SONS. ton Seed FQR SALE.—Two Chattanooga Wag on«, sLe 1-3 and 13X tire, for aale cheap. FOR SALE OR RENT.—Houte and LAZ. LEVY'S SONS. lot on corner of Jackson and Farmer •treeta. For ferma apply to J. T. DRAKE, . Port Glbaon, Miss, or Mrs. E. M. Fulkerson, Helena, Ark. FOR SALE—Land lying south of R. R., beautiful for building cottage homes and fine for truck gardens and fruit. Sold all together or in lota to auit pur chaser. Apply to t*t 5 ' 4 l MRS. J. V. S. HARRIS. FOR SALE —The large two-atory resi dence now occupied by Mr. R. C. Mc Cay, containing ten rooms, together with barn and apaciona lot of ground well adapted for truck gardening. The house waa almost entirely rebuilt about two years ago, sod its condition, there fore, is equal to a new building. Apply to MISS B. E. PEARSON, or S. BERN HEIM ER & SONS. Special Offer. Daring the months of /larch, April and flay yon can get the leading fashion book, Tbe "Standard Designer, »* 80 cents a year. Mail orders given prompt attention. WM. CAHN & CO. You'll make a mistake if you don't see Cabn'a new mattings and shades be fore making yonr purchases. Tragedy Averted. Fast in tbe nick of time our little boy wee saved," write« Mre. W. Watkins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia had played aad havoc with him and s terrible cough set in besides, Doctors treated him, but be grew worse every Gay. At length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and onr darling was saved. He's now sound and well. the only sure cure for Coughs, Colds sod all Lung Diseases. Guaranteed by f. A. Shreve, Druggist. Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bullies ire«. 1 « Everybody ought to kuow it's pa, I y 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. E. A. HUItPHREYS. Notice to Contractors. The Board of Supervisors will, at their next regular meeting, to be held on Monday, April 6th, 1903, receive bids for the erection of a pavilion at, or near. Hermanville. Plans and specifications on file in the chancery clerk's office. R. C. McCAY, Clerk. Notice to Contractors. The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne county, Miss., will, at their next regular meeting, to be held on Monday, April 6th, 1903, receive bids for the erection of a Wooden Bridge" across Barland Creek. Plans and specifications on file in the office of the chancery clerk. R. C. McCAY, Clerk. < t Notic« to Contractors, The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne county will, at their next regular meeting, to be held on April 6th, I 9 ° 3 . receive bids for the erection of a steel bridge across Bayou Pierre at Carlisle. Plans and specifications on file in the chancery clerk's office. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R. C. McCAY, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Letters of administration were granted to me on the estate of John J. Naasson, by the chancery court of Claiborne county, on the 17th day of March, 1903» and a11 credit ors are hereby notified to file their claims against saide state before the clerk of said court, and have them probated according to law, within one year from this date or they will be forever barred. f bis 18th March. 1903.-31 C. A. FRENCH, Administrator. THE NOTICE. Y. & V. M. R, R. will sell round trip tickets to NSW ORLEANS at rate of ONE FARE for the round trip on April ftth, 12th and 13th, good to return until April 19th, 1901. Mar 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th, good to return to day» from date of sale. G. N. RECORD. Agent. * Sporting Goods 4R * 41 !♦ Guns, Shells and Ammunition. » » 4i ALL STYLES OF 4 » » 4 « * Double and Single Barrel Shot Cuns and Rifles ~- j " —■ ■ — - - ■ - .-.---.— ■ --- .-—.. .— —.'■■■■ « » » Ammunition of all kinds 4 -i ♦ 4 ! Loaded Shells, all sizes and kinds « » ♦ CAN BE FOUND AT. 4 ^ :: 4 i Laz. Lcvÿe Bons. AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL. » I 4V - » «■ l > 4 r * i» m 1 » I i 1 I « k v i C « vx Yj 4 » 4 WÀ » I IT -, « J » I Are You Right? « I You can be sure of your minutes if you provide yourself with one of our accurate and reliable time keep « « ers. « Beautiful cases, standard move ments, various styles—for very moderate prices. J>on't run—get a good watch to run for you. * 49 4 ? 1 < port fin lusic 1 Mm House. * « 4 t 4 4 'Em Formula tells the story : Grove's Chronic Chill Cure Not a patent meffidne : a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant Wttar taste, mode of Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extraçt DOG WOOD BARK It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. Price, 50c, __ No Cure, No Hie Best General Tonk. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taktet*. >c ^ Z Smvm bfiffioB beam* adki to past la axmtha. TM$ signature, Chorus chp box. 23c. ! - Lg