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THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1904. | ii l (t » > W » I W 9 WWW W W^ > I " i n p«rôonal==! j X**M*m*Ê****-* ~ * + * ■ * + * m SKSV ^ i Mr. C. C. Goza left yesterday for a short trip through Arkansas. Mrs. N. L. Hackett has been spending a few days in Vicksburg. Mr. Martin Magruder is spend ing a few days with his parents here. Mr. R. B. Poague, who is em ployed at Gulfport, spent a few days here last week. Mr. E. C. Jordan has just return ed from St. Louis where he pur chased a lot of mules. Miss Coyle will leave this week for her new duties as local manager of the Western Union Telegraph Co. at Canton. Mr. and Mrs, L. Hibou, Jr., ar rivid from Vicksburg Monday and are occupying the Rogers residence on College street. Mrs. Annie Gradick Price of Chicago was called here this week by the dangerous illness of her fath er, Mr. Gradick. Messrs. J. A. Watson, Sr., andj. A. Watson, Jr., of Louisiana have been visiting relatives at Russum. The former will remain here during the year. Mrs. Hoskins and daughter, Miss Hoskins, of Corinth, are filling the positions left vacant in the Female College by the resignation of Miss es Rogers and Schwing. Miss Carrie Schwing, who has been teaching at the Female Col lege this session, has resigned her position, and left this week for her home at Jackson, La. Vicksburg Post, 25th : P. Heath and Dr. J. A. Heath of Issaquena county, came down on the steamer Belle of The Bends and left on the 8 a. m. Valley train to visit Mr. J. W. Heath, their brother who is very ill at Port Gibson. "Mr. J. Libby's Ox Tongue. _ CA HN'S. Mr. C. I. Bunting has purchased the Carraway butchershop in the western portion of town and has moved in and taken charge. Messrs. L. and W. W. Allred have purchased a saw mill and will soon have it in operation near Mc Bride. _ * Fancy Soup Paste. CAHN'S. Laz. Levy's Sons are offering bargains iu plantation goods. some You can get any thing in- this line at their store. Read the advertise ment. _ Veterans who have not received of honor are requested to apply to Miss Mary Person. Read the advertisement of G. T. Walne relative to rubber stamps, pads, inks, etc. crosses There will be an important meet ing of the daughter of Confederacy at the residence of Mr. J. W. Per Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. A telegram from Mr. R. G. Wil of Orange, Texas, to Mr. E. J. Smith of this place, dated Jan. 25th, •ays : My son Charlie died last night. Let all friends know. Mr. Wilson is a brother of Mrs. J. T. Sprott and resided here many He is will know to the • a » » years ago. older people. Mr. Thomas R. Trim and family, from Hermanville neighborhood, are moving to Port Gibson to occu py the Hughes residence on Church Mr. Trim has accepted a street. position with Laz. Levy's Sons and will be glad to serve his friends in his line. Fine Hogs. Mr. R. C Slaton of Russum hilled two hogs this week that weighed, together, 565 pounds af ter they were dressed. Many hogs will be raised in Claiborne county this year._ ' Fine cut Flowers. W. H. WRIGHT, Vicksburg. Big Snow Last Night. A 7#-inch snow fell last night, and to-day the town folks have wild over the snow-ball ques gone tion. By the time a person can gain his equilibrium, after having the gauntlet through a num berless crowd of youths and gray haired boys, he is attacked by a bevy of young ladies who smother everything that is nofswift of foot. This is the deepest snow since '79. In '86 snow fell to a depth of about 5 inches, and in '99, the time of the severe blizzard, when the thermometer registered 3# de grees below zero, snow and sleet fell to a depth of 2 )4 inches. run «TOllI Yw Han O Bmgk BttnO* é Or. Aotiwptic I» rocou» b, •* 4» - it. We try at all times to please our OLD FRIENDS, and are Constantly endeavoring to mae NEW ones. Let us share your drug patronage during Yours to serve, * 1904. ? Pope Drug Company. 1 : IH <Ue boast of keeping the Best Line of Staple and fancy Groceries in the County. I* * ♦ William Cahn & Company tor Young and Old. o Our store is a regular mine or Christmas gifts. The best of warm Suits. The handsomest of Over coats. The finest of Underwear. Beautiful Shirts and a marvelous showing of Dressing Cases, Um brellas, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Satchels, Snit Cases, Mufflers, Smoking Jackets, etc. Our line of Neckwear is simply superb. All ages. All sizes. Come in and look. WARNER &SEARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. W. H. Wright, the Florist, of Vicksburg is an excellent person to order flowers from. Peerless Early Rose Burbank Triumph t a in Seed Potatoes af- ( Onion Sets Gardon Seed R. R. P. Seed Oats Wm. Cahn & Co. Everything Known 1 — TO - Art Photography can a foot. since of the when de sleet II now made at PORT 6IBS0N ART STUDIO GILBERT BUILDING and every day, too. You will be pleased Harry J. Ewing . ■ • » Bmgk MONEY TO LEND ! 1 1 - Apply to J, N. BRASHEAR Chancery Citation. State of Mississippi • j To Annie CarroU. Y» u an commanded to appear bc-f« 1»* tlir chance» v court of the o uiily f ( Uibortie. in sa«d stab*, on tin* Fourth Honday of riarch, A. D. 1904, to defend the buit in said C.>urt of Henry Carroll, wherein you are the defendant This 16th day of January, A D. 1904 R. C. McCAY, Clerk. Bv S. H. Bagnkll, 1 ) C J. N. Brashear, Solicitor. Chancery Citation. State of Mississippi To Benny Stevenson : You are commanded to appear before the chancery court of the county of Claiborne, in said State, on the Fourth Honday of March, A. D. 1904. t to defend the suit in said court of Estella Stevenson, whtrein you are the defendant This 19th day of January, A D I 9 J 4 -— 3 t. R. C. McCAY, Clerk. By S. H. Bagnf.ll, D C. J. N Brashear, Solicitor. On M* ml y. February 1, 1904, f Supe» visors of this, the B At> ( 1 »borne c< unty, will receive bids for *htr keeping of the County Clock The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R. C. McCAY, Clerk By S H. BaGNELL, D. C. I • ts 18 THE BEST CLOTHING WYLER, HIERUM & CO Makers, Qaclaostl «» Aak ymu DMter *fWrti«hr Nitici to Contractors. The Board of Supervisors will, at their February, 1904, meeting, receive sealed bids for electric fix tures for the court house and new jail, according to plans and speci fications on file in office of chan clerk. Board reserving the ! eery 1 right to reject any and all bids. 1 R. C. McCAY. Clerk. By S. H. BAGNELL, D. C. 1 fjave jfu9t Received a fine New Lens j AND HR. BOLLS IS MAKING SOME FINE PICTURES. I guarantee I am also taking orders for enlarging pictures. I also handle Machine Needles, the safe return of original picture. Oil, and parts for all machines. I make a specialty of Singer Sewing Machines Also have a variety of Second Hand Machines that can be had from $7.00 up. Office in Frishman Block. Open all the time. J. W. BREWER, Port Qibson, Mia». ^U9t Received Fresh Carload Young, Well Broke MULES AND NORSES Some Nice Saddlers At very CLOSE PRICES. Cheaper than before known this season Call and get prices. Very Respectfully, P9RT GIBSON LIVERY. EEED X SALE SI ABIE, E. C. JORDAN, Hanager. ARE YOU SORE? USE aracampn PL_11 I itching, Bleeding Piles, I Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding. Allays all Inflammation. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. At all r «a DrutfWtA ••14 «ly is Mc.. St M fU» Batttaa. ë co TO B. H. MOREHEAD ...FOR ■ • • First Glass Mules & Horses YOU WILL SAVE MONEY I have a FINE LINE of stock just in. Call and get your pick of some of the best stock to be had. B. H. MOREHEAD, Carroll Street. I Vicksburg Infirmary « 4 i 4 i (INCORPORATED) 4 $ DR. R. A. QUIN, Pres. 4 Ü DR. E. F. HOWARD, Sec'y. DR. J. H. PURNELL, Supt. MR. W. S. JONES, Treas • * 4, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. » 4* FATHER McCONCKY, DR. H. H. HARALSON, MR. ED. KLAUS, - DR. B. B. MARTIN, DR. R. A DR. E. F. HOWARD, DR. H. B _ DR. J. A. K. BIRCHETT This institution is new and up-to-date with all modern im- ÏX provements. From its absolute cleanliness, perfect sanitation 4 l and excellent dietary management, it is commended to physi « dans and patients. « It has special provisions for patients requiring surgical treat- HR ment. , ■ äq It offers a maternity service, with superior advantages and ^2 protection against dangers incident to confinement. 4 r It is open to any reputable physician or surgeon who may Cj 4 $ treat his patients there in the full assurance of receiving all £ 4 ^ 4 s ? professional and friendly courtesies. . ... ... !» jfQ It has a large visiting and consulting staff, consisting of the ^ leading physicians and surgeons of Vicksburg. HF It is an ideal instituiion (non-sectarian) for invalids and con- PJ 4 l valescents requiring medical treatment with scientific nursing, cj 4 ^ For further information address Dr. E. F. Howard, Secre- oR 4$ tary, or Dr. John H. Purnell, Superintendent. Long Distance 'Phone No. 545 . jos. waldaubr, ja JOHN H. PURNELL OP DR. . QUIN, . WILSON. 4 i DR. » 4 * 4, » 4, 4, 4, COTTON O Ship your Cotton to T. M. Searles & Go • t M.I Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, VICKSBURQ, MISS. o Opposite Cotton Exchange, Long Staples a Specialty. Liberal Advancaa. We solicit your consignments snd guarantee prompt and satisfactory returns. N Che Best Crops of Last Year were all made with the TRUE BLUE PLOW Tbt Cbrifty Man'o plow. Best wood, best iron, best steel that go into Plows, and they do the best work. Ellwood Fencina Best Woven Wire Fencing Made, and sold at the lowest prie«. NATCHEZ SCHWARTZ & STEWART DISTRIBUTING AGENTS.