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Fresh tes timony in great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A recent expression from T. J. McFarland, Benterville, Va., serves as an example. He writes : "I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the tirfle with out being benefited. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me." Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteed by. J. A. Shreve, Druggist. Trial bottles free, regular sizes, 50c. and $1.00. _ BUCK DRAUGHT STOCK »"<< POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and p ultry have few fmablea which are not bowel and j i y er irregularities. Black Drauflht Stock and Poultry Medi cine la a bowel and liver remedy for stock. It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition. Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose or Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food. Any stock raiser may buy a 25-eent half-pound air-tight can of (his medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks. Dealers all y keep Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine. If yours does not, send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers, The Ohattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn. ner Rochhixs, Oa., Jan. 90, ttto. Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine la the best i ever tried. Our atock was looking bad when yon aent the medicine and now they are getting ao fine. They are looking » per cent, better. S. P. BB0CKINGT01». Wintoiainith's CEill ©e GUARANTLLD To CURE CHILLS DENGUE , AGUE, LaGRIPPE, BILIOUS FEVER AND AU MALARIAL ILLS. 50c,n,. At yoir Drug Store. Money re m Mr trial. A |S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Nev Orkans, U Opea Enure Vr-u <Ml*f* :-c Jr. Bm npcrkii tad i it ir: .ml ku am imimIM tsMlty, Ormpi*** Oo4Uf* Bank and Basinets OUI* «* U>* I'nUad of in Crsd--, rUmiH Ahrajs la Mme* at Uis "up-to dale» Immtfuniuoi» rmwroam. Th ■ fh.hj kaMtt* ka rt , f% a kut to the ehe* ! > 0»7 MMl till Aetna! More and A> <»«! Sock* iw' •f OaKrory Btnàrrt Vs Misrepresent« mitaa Tsmuo«.- 1 u* to I Basts»** v > t Iss U eert'i to %|i< fits foe Otr*oi*r j ** • H y LorAL 'm _ ■ ■ LONG ■ W Dir/' rzj r TtLF.?H'> 1 / 4 : A Factor of Your Business It is the Ideal Means 0/ Collum™ mm distant cities Ghamberlain : HuntAcademy, the me It for PORT GIBSON, MISS. ~~ Next 6 «* 8 toti will open 8 cpt. 16, 1903 Next Session will close "June 9, 1904 Tuition for the session, $35 00. Payable, I15 00 at the time of enteance, |io.oo by the rat Jan. and f 10.00 by the ist March. A. K. BRASHEAR. Secretary. TRANSFER. FRBKJHT and BAOOAQE DELIVBRÉD PROMPTLY Orders can be left at my REsf AURANT AND OYSTER.SALOON, where 1 keep best grade of «jratera, next to Mr. Howard's barbershop. Telephone. tic S. A. HUBBARD. County ]NTcw9. Interesting Letters from Our Regular Correspondents. ft % ölest side Mrs. F. P. Millsaps and little grandson have departed for La. to visit relatives. Misses Bessie and Cora Valen tine, accompanied by their little niece, Virgene Valentine, have re turned from their schools in La. Miss Marion Cyrrie of Jackson is on a visit to the Misses Pegram. Mrs. Alonzo Middleton is spend ing a while with Mrs. H. D. Mid dleton. Miss Mamie Valentine of Jacksou is visiting her parents. Mr. Kelley Currie came down from Jackson, and spent several days in Westside. Mrs. Lona Kmrick, after spend ing a few days with Miss Emma Pegram, has returned to her home in Hermanville. Mr. W. B. Pegram made a flying visit to his home Sunday. The tacky party given last Fri day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pegram, was enjoyed very much by the young people of this neighborhood. The prizes were awarded to Miss Marion Cur rie and Richard Valentine. ft ft Rocky Springs Mrs. M. E. Regan, accompanied by her grand-daughter, Miss Alma McCay, left last week for an ex tended visit among relatives at Lake Providence, La. The Masonic lecturer, Hon. A. M. Hicks of Yazoo City, was pleas antly entertained by the Masons here recently. Mrs Ollie Rogillio has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Hannon Cam mack of Rodney. Mrs. R. C. Lum returned Thurs kay from a pleasant visit to Roxie. She was accompanied by her cous in, Miss Lillie Porter. Mr. T. V. Rush, Jr., of Brandy wine and Mr. Preston Go/.a of In gleside, were pleasant visitors in our town on Sunday. Misses Ida and Lena Porter of Carlisle were visitors of Miss Lillie Rogillio a few days ago. Miss Annie Drexler left Sunday to visit Mrs. A. M. Davis of Mar tin. Mrs. Althea Ray accompanied by her little grand children, Mozelle and Zoranellc Lum, were pleasant visitors at tlu. home of Mr. E. I. Lum a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rass spent Saturday and Sunday in Port Gib son, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jet L. Presiding Elder Rev. W. H. Huntley held quarterly meeting at Hickory Ridge church on Saturday and Sunday. Worst of All Experiences. Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last ? Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three years," she writes, "I endured insufferable pain from in digestion, stomach and bowel trou ble. Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed. At length I was induced to try Elec tric Bitters and the result was mi raculous. I improved at once and now I'm completely recovered.'* For Liver, Kidney, Stomach and ■Bowel trouble Electric Bitters is the only medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed by J. A. Shreve, Drug gist. Big Truck Business. The shipment of truck from Crys tal Springs, the great trucking cen ter of the state, will surpass that of any previous year. It is stated that when the season closes there will have been shipped from that place over a thousand refrigerator car?» of truck. Few people have any idea of the immensity of the industry there. It is learned that one man has shipped ninety cars of cabbage, each car containing from forty to fifty crates, which are sold on the platform to the agents of coinmis sionmen from $1.25' to $3.50 a crate, according to quality. This year the large commission houses in the North have bttvers at "Crys tal Springs who buy the stuff on the platform. Most all of the truck raised at Crystal Springs is sent to the Chicago market. The Illinois Central Railroad has given the shippers a fine service and the stuff arrives in the city in good shape. The truck business of Crystal Springs is very profitable, and it is stated that some of the largest growers clear from $20,000 to $25, 000 a season. After the truck is gathered the land is put in other crops.—Jackson Cor. Times-Demo crat. at THAT TIRED FEELINQ ! If you are languid, depressed and incapable for work, it indicates that your liver is out of order. Herbine will assist nature to throw off head aches, rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness and restore the energies and vitality of sound and perfect health. J. J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writefi, March 22, 1902 : "I have used «Herbine for the past two years. It has done me more good than all the doctors. When I feel bad aud have that tired feeling, I take a dose of Herbine. It is th* 'best medicine ever made for ch£lIs and Jever." 50c, a bot-^ . For sale by Pope Drug Co. tic J Lines to a Visiting Card. Thon fair smooth card Whereon her name 'a engraved, Thou little know'at the treasure* thon dost guard, That by that name I may be wholly saved. Only her word my life (or aye be marred I + Thy perfume sweet and light Brings her chaste (ace before my enraptured mind, Haa something of those tresses dear and bright, Suggests that (airy form. Those utt'rances so kiiid Iu fine, brings comfort on this drear, cold uight. I'll guard thee safely, then, ■* Thou emblem of my loved one true and fair ; To her I'll count as naught all fame 'mong men : I'll strive that name to win inscribed there, And if I fail, life 'll ne'er be aweet again I Triumphs of flodern Surgery. Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery. Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back, or they may be removed entirely ; bones are spliced ; pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins; »ntiseplic dressings are applied to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries befoie inflammation sets in, which causes them to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the old treatment. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also allays the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle ol Pain Balm in your home and it w ill save you time and money, not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such in juries entail. For sale by Pope Drug Com pany. The Lyric Opera Company. This popular company will ap pear at the opera house all of next week, beginning Monday night. • (Ê - 4 PS n è /! ■ 3 É , V j i ff ? MR. HARRY LEA VELLE Leading Tenor —r f > -> ■ ? Mi y féà ; . .J m ■ V ÜP ■ ..... • ..i. sf': '**>1 . Hi / r: *T y * <■ 'ft W ' V, ? * jv 4 Ï . *v VfJ \\ vqr f MISS FLORENCE GLOVER Prima Donna r* a * i y _ in MISS VIVIAN FORREST Prima Donna Contralto ACUTE RHEUMATISM. Deep tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned by getting wet through; worse when at rest, or on first mov ing the limbs and in cold or damp weather, is quickly cured by Bal lard's Snow Liniment. Oscar Gib son, Gibson City, Illinois,' writes, Feb. 16, 1902; "A year ago I was troubled with a pain in my back. It soon got so bad I could not bend over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured m^. $1. For sale by Pope Drug Co. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization, a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident, resulting in Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the best on earth. 25c. at J. A. Shreve's Drug Store. V u 25c., 50c., —— DAVID BOCK'S dost so Department Store WE ARE WELL FED, BUT BUCKING FOR MORE TRADP Bargains for a Purpose! or ol in The cheapest way we know to bring Trade our way is to pro vide values that will bring customers to our store, time we provide our customers with BARGAINS that are hard to beat. From time to Specialties in Household Goods Laces, Ribbons and Embroideries It Is easy to commence to talk on, but hard to stop. We received recently a large consignment of the finèst Laces, Em broideries and Ribbons direct from importers, very large and designs are new. The same grades usually retail from 25c to 50c yard. lots and placed them on our 5c and 10c counters. 7 feet long Window Shades, all colors, fringed with Insert ing, special price.... 5 feet long Complete Curtain Poles with Gilt or Silver trim mings, in all colors, special price £ 3 yard long Nottingham Lace Curtains, very showy patterns special price....... 3 yard long Nottingham Lace Curtains, only in finer grade, special price .. 36 inch wide and 72 inch long Reversible Rugs, well worth $2 00, our special price.. ...» . Linoleum or Floor Oil Cloth, beautiful patterns, special ■ price, per yard. . .*. All Linen Towels, good size, special'price. All Linen Huck Towels, large size, special price. Imported Damask Hemstitched Towels, extra long, special price ... Good size Turkish Towels .... Extra Large Turkish Bathing Towels, special price.. 50c The variety is We have divided these fine goods in two . 25c i.00 Wash Fabrics, Dry and Dress Goods 1.3° 1.00 Are you familiar with the success we are having in fighting the high prices in Dress Goods ? Good washable Lawns, in all colors, special price. Fine Sheer Lawus, in neat patterns, worth 10c, our special price... .. Yard-wide Percales, special price. Dimities, Lawns, Organdies and Ginghams, our special price, yard.... ..... . . Imported Linen, Swiss, Voile, in large varieties. You have paid many times for the same goods 25c yard. You will probably do so again. While this sale lasts our special price...... 37 l Ac 2>^C IOC .... 15c 5 C 7 l Ac 25c IOC 7 ^C 25c Ready Made Linens IOC Children's Muslin Hemstitched Pants, special price. Ladies' Muslin Hemstitched Pants, special price. . " " " with Lace Trimmings, 15c (Blothinq 25c The prices we are naming here are not printers' blunders, but stubborn facts. 5.00 Men's Linen Suits, special price. 10.00 Men's 2-piece Flannel Suits, special price 10.00 and 12.00 Men's Dress Suits, special price 5.00 and. 6.00 Children's Linen Suits, worth more than double the money, our price 50c and special price . Ladies' Chemise, trimmed with Ribbons and Embroideries, special price ... . * 50c 1.90 50c . 4.00 Ladies' Gowns, $2.00 values, for .. Men's and Children's Gowns, beautifully trimmed, spjecial price ... . .. .... . . White Hemstitched and Embroideried Ladies' Aprons, spe cial price. .......... _ . Ladies' White Underskirts, beautifully trimmed, special price Children's Dress Skirts, special price . Dresses and Slips, special price . . Pillow Cases, ready made, special price . Large size Bleached Sheets, already made, special price... 2 yard long Table Cloths, solid colors, special price. Linen Napkins and Doylies, in all colors.-. Ladies' Sunbonnets, with ruffles and lace.. i.00 i 00 5 °c Pants 25C We have one of the largest varieties in all kinds of pants in town. We have more on hand and we sell more than all our com petitors put together, and it is puzzling to many how we can sell 5.00 Pants for.. 4.00 Pants for . 3.00 Pants for-. 2.00 Pants for. i 00 25c. ...4 1 < 25C .2.50 . 2.00 . 1-50 .1.00 Are you in need of any Pants ? Come and look at our as sortment and prices. ■ 12 )/ 2 Q ... 5OC 5cc 5 C 25c SHOE BARGAINS We have recently received nearly a carload of Shoes, consisting of high grade odds and ends, mostly samples, in Ladies', Misses', Children's and Men's Low Cut Sandals and High Cut Shoes. We bought them 50c. on the Dollar, and we can save you some money by buying your shoes from us We handle everything and you can find most anything in our store, nd always a little cheaper than the other fellow You will save money by spending your cash in our store, and with every dollar in cash ycu spend in our st< re you are entitled to one of our Beautiful Premiums, which are worth five-fold the money, for 10c. S5ä ( ' : 4 tm ie w port Gibson Oil Ölorks, PORT GIBSON, /VUSS. 1'ays Highest Price for Cotton Seed We have on hanrl for «ale», at lowest cash nrices. in any quarmty, Cotton eed Meat ana tJouon Seed Hulls for feeding or fertilizing purposes H. GOEPEL, Manager. O. A. CASON Secretary. i Awful Headaches Are sure indications of sotns form of stomach trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all, don't take calomel or quinine—both are dangerous h can H 9 HERBINE \ has all their virtues—none of their deadly effects. HERBINE taken regularly will forestall headaches, put the digestive organs in perfect condi tion, head off biliousness, headaches, liver ills, keep you in good health. TRY IT TO-DAY. ■ the tain j the is v \ I ~ __ N * All Druggist*. 50c «. Bottle. i . ,Vi idiAK LiaWvjers, 1 . h. \ .1 ORT GIBSON, : MISSISSIPPI. Piactice in all the Courts of Claiborne aud Tef eeson Counties, and Federal and Supreme Courts at Jackson. Real estate for sale. J. N. BRASHEAR. /Utorrveu -at- LaW ' i ! PORT GIBSON, MISS. DR. L. A. SMITH, Dentist, PORT GIBSON, MISS. R. B. ANDERSON, b i Attomeu-at- LaW, Careful atteution given to business. Office over Cahn's Dry Goods Store. Jailor ! JOHN LANGFORD, Cleaning, Dyeing and Refitting well done. I work for almost everybody in Port Gibson, and can furnish best of references. Carroll Street, next to Mr. Son's Residence' THIS IS FOR YOU There are thousands of people to-day that sing the praise* of B. A. B. from the fact that they have given it a trial and find it superior to any thing they have ever used. It is a sure and cer tain care for Iadigeation, Constipation and all of the mauy ills that arise from these troubles. It is equally good for all Kidney Troubles, and al ways makes e certain, sure and positive cure. Get.» bottle from Pope Drug Co, fi . Î ,1! | ,,L | '* li •* nil-..- Ill.ite rial and do COIJtr.u t Work of all , . . , , kinds, both brie.,;-i.t i fr. Will do house, ( )l repairs at reason. tbb 0,1 1 one work vu.»* .mi 1 .1;. kindî price., and m work guarantee satisfartj nanship. Very re*.p ctfully, E. C. JORDAN, Contractor and-Builder. W W * 0r Druntonnsss, Opium, A4 f Morphine and ■ mw VlCy other Drug Using, ■l * Hk «r the Tobacco Habit and Neurasthenia. Com*. lire THE KEELEY W INSTITUTE, k Strictly D»lght, III. IT'S GOOD There »re a great many people in Mississipp that often find themselves at a lost to understand the reason that they cannot account for their con tinued unpleasant and bad feeling, half sick and half well. Try a bottle of B. A. B. at Pope Drug Co. and be relieved. FOR SALE I have for fall delivery 5,000 Home-Grown Fruit Tress, Apples, Pears, Plums and Peaches. Also the best standard Rose Plants, one and two years old. Fresh Honey After May 1st. R. W. BRUCE. Phone 190 —5 Rings.