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TELEPHONE NO **. THURSDAY. JUNE 23. 1904, H. H. CRISl.E* •red st the poatoßieeut i'nrt ulbsofi. Mise, a* Bocond-class tua" matter. t •« FOR CONGRESS We ere euthorfeed to announce HON. F. A. McLAIN of Amite County, MUaiaslppi. as a candidate for the Democratic nomination to ancceed himself Congressman from this (seventh) district. . w_. , ... Court comene« ... y H Judge Anderson presul R Ho Chas. S. Thames, brother of the district attorney, acted 1 P^^y of attorney pro tem. The following names were drawn « 8Tf nd ~ t . C. S. kennard, foreman; 3 . . Johnson, clerk;\V. F. Turinpseed, J. R Marier, H. D. Mddletoti, J. W. Harman, J. M.Bo>d, R. S. ^d^ M. L. Nomood, J. A. Lo , 5 C J? rk ' v' T?V C r Robt. W att , G. F. Disharoon, L, H. Flood, H. B. V ardaman, L. L. Hartley, E. W. Haring, Wm. T. Morris, bailiff. The judge gave the jury an ex cellent charge, •aft«^wnu:h a few | minor cases were tried on the open nig day. The suit of Eugene Clark j against the Western Union 1 : Co. was transferred to the federal | I Circuit Court. court. On Tuesday the claim of Robert Criss of $100 for capturing Robert Harris, a fleeing criminal, was al lowed. The judge gave preemptory in- j structions in the suit of Leon Frisli man against the Y. & M. V. R R. for $5000 damages, on the ground that if damages had been sustained the express company, and not the railroad, was liable. . Considerable other business of minor importance was transacted. The case of Berry Owens, charged with murder, was called up yester-' day, and is still before the court. The jury in the case is as follows : I T. Sprott, J. E. Regan, Lindsay, Torrey, J. S. Daniels, B. E. Hum- : phreys, C. S. Harper C. E. Bobo, Jr., L. W. Hutchms, A. \V. Faulk M. Hutchins, S. M. Russum, G. E. Roberts. The grand jury will probably ad journ this evening. The proceedings of the court will be published next w f eek. I May \ CURES OLD SORES. Westmoreland, Kans., 1902. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. : Your Snow Liniment cured an old sore on the side of my chin that was supposed to be a cancer. The sore was stubborn and would not yield to treatment, until I tried Snow Liniment,which did the work Incandescent and Hylo Night in short order. My sister, Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensville, Mif fin Co., Pa., has a sore and mis trusts that it is a cancer. Please send her a 50c. bottle. For sale by Pope Drug Co. Lamps at Warburton's. A New Enterprise for Utica. The machinery for the Utica Manufacturing Co. will reach here in a few days. This new concern will be composed of Mr. J. T. Lew- ! is and others. The very finest ma - 1 chinery that can be had has been purchased aud is on the way. The brick are already on the ground and quite a lot of logs are being brought in. Mr. Lewis informs us that he has already purchased over 260,000 feet of timber, such as pine, hickory, ash, oak, gum, etc. It is the purpose of this new company to manufacture everything that can be made from our hardwood, such as wheelbarrows, bread trays, rolling pins, blitter trays, banana drums, fruit aHd vegetable Crates and box es, and in fact everything that can be made from timber. In addition to this they will make a high grade of lumber, as they will have a fine planer. This company will also manufacture and creosote pine ties, having just closed a contract for more than a quarter of a million.— Utica Herald. HAVE YOU A COUGH ? A dose of Ballard's Horehourtd Syrup will relieve it. Have you a cold ? A dose of Herbine at bed time and frequent small doses of Horehound Syrup during the day will remove it. Try it for whoop ing cough, for asthma, for con sumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. ist street, Hutch inson, Kan., writes : Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for 5 years, and find it the best and most palatable medicine I ever used, sale by Pope Drug Co. WANTED.—Farmers aud plant ers to buy 10-inch Mill Saw Files for ioc, at David Bock's Department Store. "Marietta. Mr. Isidor Heiden reich has just had printed his latest musical com position which he has named "Mar ietta." It is a waltz, aud is the best of all his pieces. All lovers of pretty music should pro cure a copy. Mr. Heideureich bids fair to make quite a name for him self in the musical world. I have used * » 23c., 50c-. $1. » ' ■ » » CASTOniA. Ite Kind Yoa Haw Always Bou£î,: Bears ths Signatur* Incandescent and Hylo Night L&mps at Warburton's. m Mrs. M. A. Bearden, accompa nied by her son, Mr. Gaines Beard eu, left Monday for Stafford Springs. Her friends here hope County JMewa. Xntvreetftif Letters from Our Regular Correspondents. ft Martin. that the waters of that celebrated resort will be beneficial to her. Mrs. S. L. Edrington, and Miss Annie Drexler, of Rocky Springs, are visiting Mrs. A. M. Davis. Mf Joh * Clark of Hermanville wfts v £ iting his constituents, and selling fine fruit trees here Monday. Mr. H. H. Whittaker of Rocky gp r j U g S was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Price have re . turne ^ j 10tne f ro m Gulfport. Mrs. M. Gilston went to Port Gibson Tucsday . Miss Alice Decell left for Barlow , g UIM j ay to teac h music. Miss Mol lie Rollins visited Port Gibgon tllis W eek. Her nephew, Mr ^ Mitchell, has gone to Roxic Miss y oun g au( j Mrs. Sam Price> visitcd thc | r sister, Mrs. Y. | ^ Butler, in Utica Sunday, The d weather has become a j thjng of evil here . The dust is iu : tolerable, the gardens shrivelled, | the corn crop * alM1 „ )ost . strange to say the nights are cool and comfortable,' the effect on the atmosphere of rain in near-by sec I (tons, and King Cotton is holding his own. A number of our citizens are at tending court and otir village is like one deserted. But j sued by HU Doctor, ,, A do lor here bu sued Inc fo , $I2 50> which I i fainted was excessive for a case of chok „ mu[l , u , ,. „ While ofCoa . chrlla> Cnl ,. A , , he t(ia , ,, c ^ hi , , ncdlc „ slm a ,„, medici „. , if „ w „ ch , mb , thln ., c „iic, Ch„te„ ,n,i niartWa Hemd» I» »«I I h„u.. : reason to believe it was, and he would not My , nder oath lh „ jt w „ ,, ot „ N „ , loc . : c0 - ulll „„ a be „„ ««,, lh ,„ ,, lb ina ciK o| . „ llcvct faM , ris' at a Big bargain Ntdtl I by Pope DiU£ Company. As an Advertising Scheme, Har Business College, Jackson, Miss., is offering a few scholarships Write them. LEE'S LICE KILLER, a guai anteed destroyer of chicken mites a,1( i * or sa l e at Pope Drug Company. : „ ,, . . . . Coll< « e as semor " ,us,c teacl ' cr ' ", e are happy to inform our friends that we have secured the services of Mrs. J. H. Jennings of Nash ville, Tenn., who is an up-to-date teacher of vocal and instrumental music. She studied six years uu der Mat Maretzek and Agraraoute of New York City, also under Bris choir of Washington City, and sight-singing under Prof. H. C. Holt of Boston. She was for several years director Port Gibson, June 15, 1903. To the Public : While regretting to have Mrs. Meek sever her connection with the . . . . of mus,c >« Jhe McFernn Training School, and has taught in some of ! the leading schools of the south, - 1 Added to these advantages she "'ill bring into her work the expe nence of 10 or *5 years as a teach " er ver y Highly, have secured such a proficient teach er > we claim that we are entitled to y°« r patronage, and feel confident that we will receive a liberal share °' *he same, er. Bishop E. E. Hass recommends Now that we L. S, JONES. Thrown From a Wagon. Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely limited. He ap plied Chamberlain'* Pain Faim freely and says u is the best liniment he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well known citizen ol .* orth Plain, Conn. There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will eflect a cure in one-third the time required by any other treatment. For sale by Pope Drug Company. Buy a quart of Lee's "Lice Killer and rid your promises of chicken mites, fleas, etc. Sold by Pope Drug Company. Water Coolers, Ice Tea Glasses aud Ice Crtam Saucers for half the price at David Bock's Department Store. Notice. The County School Board will convene Saturday, July i6th, at at ten o'clock a. m. It is very necessary that ail mem bers be present. »S. J. RUSSELI Co. Stipt. Ed. *<1 Get a Copy. The soul-inspiring "Marietta, Isidor Heidenreich's latest piano composition, is on sale at J. A, Shreve's, Pope Drug Co., and Hei denreich Bros, I 9 „ . » T üftii 1 1 . c iijj • • EMULSION wen't msk« a • i . X straight, neither will U raalte $ . . 1 ■% long, but it feed* *oft bone s di.rased bone and is eiKong - -.w genuine means of recovery In .a; as*d bone consumption. .-«ltd for tree «.unple. SCOTT v BOW NE, Chcmi*u, 4<»0qtj Pearl Street, joc. aud titoo-, all druggùte. 4 Near York, - in in Suicide Near Utica. Utica, Miss., June 15.—The two young men arrested on the charge of waylaying and shooting D. L. Curtis, Jr., Sunday night, yemon Williams and his brother-in-law, Hamp Price, had a preliminary hearing before Magistrate J. B. Col lins yesterday afternoon, and each were placed under $1000 bdud. This morning Hamp Price, who was considered the principal in the shooting, being the rival of Curtis for the hand of Miss Annie Wil liams, committed suicide by shoot ing himself with a double-barreled shotgun, which he placed in the fork of a peach tree, tied a string to the trigger, running it around the tree, and then pulled the cord, the two loads entering the breast. He died an hour later. He left a note declaring his innocence, but said he could not stand the pres sure.—Special to N. O. Picayune. For sick headache take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain. For sale by Pope Drug Company. WANTED.—1000 Housekeepers that are fond of nice kitchen goods to look at the new style Kitchen Tables at David Bock's Department Store. of to a Port Gibson Bank. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Port Gibson Bank was held Monday, almost the entire stock being represented. The books showed net earnings for the year of 19/4 per cent., 10 per cent, of which was placed to the credit of the stockholders and the remainder car ried over as undivided profits. The old board of directors were reelected with the addition of Cashier B. H. Magruder. After the adjournment of the stockholders the directors met and reelected the same officers. The bank has had the most pros perous year of its existence. OASTOH. 1 A« The Kind YouHawAhwg Bought of . , if . B«an the Signature cf Try "Lime and Cola'', 5c. Davidson's Fountain. Yicksburg, Miss., June 15, 1904. To Whom it May Concern : You are hereby informed and no tified that the regular July term of ! the United States Court, which was to have been held in this city, on the 4th day of July or -the first Monday, has been postponed by Judge Niles until the 3rd Monday or the 17th day of October, 1904, and defendants uuder bond to ap pear and witnesses who have been summoned will therefore appear be fore this court on the 17th day of October instead of July 4th. Respectfully, EDGAR S. WILSON, United States Marshal. By E. C. YELLOWLEY, Office Deputy Marshal. e I r t r ♦ j ^ * or ^ lant8 ana tûilûren. filO Kind YOU Ha»0 AIW3JS BOUgtlt j J Signature of t t CASTOR IA Bears the of WANTED.—1000 Housekeepers to buy good heavy China Matting for loc. a yard at David Bock's Department Store. Club Meeting. There will be a meeting of the Port Gibson Democratic Club at the court house on Friday night, June 24th, 1904, at 8:30 o'clock. C. A. FRENCH, Pres. it CLEAN AND COOL Both to look at and wear are the Crash Coat and Trousers. We have them in great variety and every thing to wear with them. »Some special line of Neckwear— a fine showing in Belts. All styles of Straw and Panama Hats, and the greatest assortment of Negligee Shirts ever in stock. Came in and look. We will be glad to show them all to you. WARNER &SEARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. Killed by Lightning. Yesterday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock, Lem Johnson, colored, was struck by lightning and killed while plowing on the Gravel Ford plantation. Try "Birch Brew", 5c. Davidson's Fountain. at °' to The colored schools commence ment recently held at Romola school was very largely attended by an orderly, well-behaved crowd. Prof. Russell gave the negroes a fine talk, which was very highly appreciated. The exercises ot the day reflected great credit on the race. 9 Auditor Henry has sent to Chan cery Clerk McCay correction which should be made iu the affi davit at the bottom of the widows' The affidavit blanks. pension should read "that I was married to him prior to the ist day of January, 1875,'' instead of 1870. We are continually receiving or ders for Paints and Oil. We can give no better recommendation of the goods we handle than this fact : The county court house is among the buildings we supplied paint for. Call to see us and get prices if con templating painting your house. POPE DRUG CO. IS in Gaillard & Greenwald, the hard ware men, have an advertisement in this issue of the Reveille. They are now ready for business, with a new and up-to-date stock of goods, in the Gordon building. II is for Try "Cherry Phos. " the choicest of them all, 5c. Davidson's Fountain. FOR SALE.—At Myles Station, Poplar Logs, which will make about 100,000 feet of lumber. O. T. HOWARD & SONS. WANTED—A good servant, one who can cook. Address, P. O. Box 346, or 312 South Walnut Street, Vicksburg, Miss. JOHN BRENNAN. is FOR SALE.—4 yoke Medium Size Young Oxen. Apply to A. W. NOBLE, Hervey, Miss. Claiborne Co. PURIFY THE BLOOD If yon would have health and energy in hot weather you should see to it in the early Spring that your blood Is pure and vital organa strong and active. it er of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS IS THE GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER ON EARTH. The efficacy of this remedy lu purifying; the blood and putting the system iu order is without a parallel iu the tnedical world. So thorough aud far-reaching is it that it carries its great cleansing audreguiatlug influence to «very part of the body, cast ing out impurities that have resulted from Winter diet, purifying the bowels, •treugtheuiug the kidneys, liver aud stomach, aud pre pariug the entire body to resist the disease germs which come weather. T! this great purifier during the Spring months will stand the heat better and be free from the debilitating ailments which invariably attack the body that is clogged up with impurities. I ! I ! with warm lose who use SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE, B 1.00. Pope Drug Co., Special Agent*. NOTICE. MUST Mon Biles 10 KOI Scrim irk. j Round trip tickets will be on sale 1 each Wednesday and Saturday at round trip rate of $13.35. final lim it 60 days. to ' ® . , . - , at Cincinnati and a payment of fee °' 5 OC- : , . . . .. j round trip tickets to all points on the Y. & .M. V. on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, good to return until July 8th, account of fourth of July, at rate of one and one-third (1 Y* ) fare. G. N. RECORD, Agent. M Ltfoe Order 01 Elks, CKinnoii. otuo. Round trip tickets will be on sale July 16th and 17th at rate of $21.25 and $23.95. Tickets limited to re turn August 4th. Tickets can be extended by depositing the ticket G. N. RECORD, Agent. The Y. & M. V. R. R. will sell _ _ a t/ff . ' TO as i no my I ifjp > IU»| ST LOUIS 'm V - E£>W y Yazoo & Miss. Valiay R. R In connection with the Illinois Central Railroad, direct to the - World's Fair. Tickets account of the Fair, with IS Days, 60 Dais, Dec. IS Limit, at greatly reduced rates. Coach Excursions to St. Louis Every Tuesday and Thursday. in June at rates less than one fare for round trip Tickets aud particulars as to specific rates, limits and train time of your home ticket agent, aie G. N. RECORD, Agent, Port Gibson, Miss, II n MORNING SUB Mil ® is a sign that the day is begun well, for there is no other practice so beneficial and conducive to good health as a dash of cold water fol lowed by a brisk rub with a coarse towel, the entire operation requir ing but several minutes. This daily devotion to the shower be comes second nature to those whose bathrooms are fitted with a Standard H Combination Shower and Needle Bath. The opinion o^ those acquainted with the luxury and pleasure of a shower bath is, that no bathroom is complete if a shower fixture is absent. ; :i \1 : i $ >U\ L. Q1 - Sr l T .y 1 ■ »* it Hi 1: Ü! A 8! - ¥ 'Standard" Yjf If you do not have a shower bath it would certainly be advisable for you to install one. Its presence, with pure running water, cool or warm as you desire, will give to the bathroom a charm which it could never possess with the show er lacking. Standard" Shower are made in many designs, the cost varying with the character of the fixture you may select. If the amount of money to be expend ed is limited, install the Standard" Portable Shower, which costs but $15.00 complete. We have a sam ple shower in our showroom. If your expenditure is more- liberal you can select a fixture like the one shown above, which represents the highest type of shower construc tion. We will give you further in formation it you will call. T. R. WARBURTON, Port Gibson, Miss. j® B at i. s © 'IT, Administrator's Notice. Whereas letters of administration on the estate of Robert Walker, de ceased, were granted to me by the Chancery Court of Claiborne Coun ty, on the 15th day of June, 1904, j therefore all persons having claims I against said estate are required to | file the same with the Clerk of the Chancery Court, within one year j from this date, and have them pro- j bated according to law, or they will ; be forever barred. This 15th day of June, 1904— 3t. MAURICE CAHN, Administrator. J. N. Brasheak and C. A. French, Attorneys. iÉÉ§ A Remedy That No One Is Éfnnirl 7 V» Tnlea A/rU/Q lulu , Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fifty-two years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results. The great success of this remedy is due j to the fact that its formula (which con- ! sists of Buchu, Hydrangea, Mandrake, Yellow Dock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, * Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium) has been freely published, and Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend a preparation ! which they know contains the best- ; known remedies for correcting all irreg- J nlarities of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood, I di3easM caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper work. Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience. Blooming Grovb, Tex., Nov. 13,1902. Iiwas suffering terribly with indigestion and | kidney trouble and sent to my druggist for something to relieve me. ' , As he sent me a package of Dr. Thacher s Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try it, j and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist ^ "iTaVbeen^sufferer from these things and | a general run-down condition for ten years * leather, and had only received temporary relief from —cook other medicines But after using not quite two lively packages of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel remedy as stout and hearty as I ever did in my life, and ' i am satisfied that I am entirely cured i feel jt no symptoms whatever of kfdney trouble, and my digestion is as good as any living man's. I can now eat whatever I choose. I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief, and 1 can not put a cor rect estimate on the value your medicine has been to me. I would not take any amount of Very gratefully yours J.C. BROWN. money for it. I am Brick health If you not'd a medicine write to-day for « free *ample bottle and "Dr. Tkacher'i Health Book." Give symptoms for advice. y IF* simplu ask you to try f< at our ex pense. We know what it will do. for sale by all Druggists—two sixes—SO gents and $1.00 . XHACHEM MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, Tentu quit my before kinds House have Buy Now. W. H. W right, the florist of Vicksburg, has a fine collection of plants always On hand. He is thoroughly reliable, and h.S plants aie the best. Cut flowefS Can al ways be had. ® O. W. WHKKLKSS, President H- b. DRAKE, Vice-Prest. », H. MAGRUDKR, Cashier Port Cribson Ban.» PORT GIBSON, MISS. • $ 50,000 $ 25,000 Capital Stock Surplus. a DIRECTORS : o. w. whkklkss J. W. PERSON B. H. LEVY J. T. DRAKE JVM. CAHN W. C. GUTHRIE B. S. DRAKE H. W. M. DRAKE correspondents: Hibernia National Bank. New Orleans Delta Trust and Banking Co., Vicksburg Hanover National Bank, New York Bank of Commerce, Memphis Will do a general banking business. Will pay interest on savings deposits. Will ne gotiate loans on real estate for any amount. Special attention given to collections, pay ment of taxes, or any other business entrusted to our care. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST Paid in'Saviugs Department on time certificates of deposit. Deposits received from ft.oo upward. Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold on Anr Country In the World & * Why This is the BEST TIME to » Hi BUY A PIANO! Hi a -AGENT FOR 002 ST 0 T 7 -EK /—N /\ -T-VT- *tT"l wdm aLi JLmmmJ . 1 » . t ■ JL w- * j® Also Representing and Selling Agent for Ool'u.rn'bia, IDisc G-raplioph.one One doz. lo-inch Disc Records and ioo Needles for $30 complete. s Tokens for Graduates. Gifts for Weddings. Watchmaker and Jeweler, PORT GIBSON, niSSISSIPPI If} L. HIBOU, © 'IT, XT This is the "Buck's Store W r —* HEADQUARTERS FOR [V ALL THAT IS GOOD j I | j j ; IN THE Hardware and Implement LINES. TO THE PUBLIC On account of the Corporation dis continuing the handling of Incandes cent Lamps and Electric Supplies» I have signed a future delivery contract for my requirements with the Ceneral Electric Co. Buying supplies in large quantities direct from tne manufac turers. I am in a position to offer the best Incandescent Lamps on the mar ket for the least money. I have Elect rical Fixtures in stock. Also 8 Candle-Power Incande cent Umps « f 16 « « ft ft i 1 * « 32 ftft j ! -*•*■«***». * ! ; J I • < ft • Hylo Nitfht T. R. WÂRBURTOftS. ►WM T COTTON o Ship your Cotton to T T. M. Searles & Co • • Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants VICKSBURG MISS < o Opposite Cotton Exchange. Long Staples a Specialty. Liberal Advances. We «olicit y sur consignments and guarantee prompt and satisfactory return*. N I)r. Erskine's Cactus Cunpiinil, | j ^ | To convince yon what it will do, we offer two coupons n > a solid * leather, ladies' or gentleman's card or bill case and also your choice of seventy-five popular books —cook books, dream books, magazine*, fortune telling books, dialogues, etc., etc., and we posi lively guarantee it to increase yout weight. Now does this new discovery not appeal to you as a remedy of virtue? ' , ' jt Robs the System of Malaria, Rheumatism, Biliousness, Bad Blood, me Hoeriam Mive Resiorainie Tonic can'i Hsip nui no you rM. and Sharpens the Appetite. It Keeps you Well and Makes you Feel Good. POPE DRUG CO.. Sole Agents for Port Gibson. I wish to notify the public that 1 1 am no longer at the Port Gibson Brick Yard. I have been in bad health for some time and had to quit the yard. I expect to resume my trade that L followed for years before going to the Brick Yard. I understand and am prepared with facilities to do mill, gin and all kinds of machine aud boiler work. House building and repairing work have prompt attention. Charges reasonable and work guaranteed. H. D, MIDDLETON. june2-4t 1 WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM * REMEDY \r THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. acwaitc or imitation«, thc ecNUiNC PNcraeco only nv Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* • T, LOU1«, MO.