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THURSDAY, MAR. i6. 1905. E -» x » ..> > . .« ■»■ *-» * = personal Rabbi J. S. Raisin spent last week at Paducah, Ky. Mr. Marcus Bernheituer of St. Louis was here last week. Mr. L. M. Heidenreich is in St. Louis on a purchasing trip. , Mr. George Goodrum arrived from the delta last week on a visit. Miss Maud Kennard has return ed from an extended visit to Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Barber are visiting relatives in Yazoo City. Mr. John F. McDougall of New Orleans was a visitor here last week. Mr. John Lund of Patterson, La., visitor to Port Gibson this was a week. Miss Rosa Wachenheim of Vicks burg is visiting at the Heidenreich home. AMrs. J. C. Watkins and daughter Katherine are visiting in New Or leans. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Anderson of Moss Point were visiting here last week. Miss Mattie Beard and Mrs. T. H. Hall attended the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Mrs. S. C. Martin and daughter of St. Louis have been guests of . Mrs. A. K. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hutchins of Reganton were among the Natchez Madri Gras visitors. Mr. W. H. Houston of Ashland, Ky., visited his son, Mr. D. C. Houston, last week. Mr. George Ellis, after spending some time at Heamanville, has re turned to Port Gibson. Miss Lillie Mason arrived last week from Tallulah, La., aud will spent two weeks at home. Mr. W. A. Clark and family of Carlisle have gone to Norfield where Mr. Clark is connected with a lumber firm. Mr. O. L. Chambers, formerly stenographer for S. Bernheimer & Sons, has accepted a similar place in New Orleans. Rabbi Abe Traugott of Spring field, 111., is visiting his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Heidenreich, recuperating from a recent illness. Mrs. N. A. Son and family will leave Sunday for New Orleans, their future home. Mrs. Son has a large circle of friends who regret exceedingly to see her leave. Mrs. Pearson and Miss Eleanor E Pearson left this week for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will re . side in future. Their departure is greatly regretted by their many friends. Mr. J. W. Heath returned this week from Asheville. N. C., where he has been for the past six months on account of falling health. His health is much improved, which is gratifying news to his friends. ■Married MOUNGER-REYNOLDS At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Reynolds in Port Gibson, Miss Julia Reynolds was quietly married to Hon. H. C. Mounger, a well known attorney of this place. Only the families of tfif bride and groom and two or three intim ate friends were present. After the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. W. H. Lewis, the happy couple left for the groom's home in the southern su burbs of Port Gibson. The Reveille joins the friends of young people in wishing them a long and happy married life. ROUTH-OLIVER At the home of Mr. C. L. Oliver, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mr. Steve M. Routh to MissSammieB. Oliver; Rev. W. G. Forsyth offici ating. The wedding was a quiet though very pretty one. The bride was most attractively pretty in tasieful attire. The groom was all that could be desired in a manly man launching his barque on the seas of the "higher life. Mrs. Routh's many friends bid them God-speed, and wish them a long and happy life.—Fayette Ch ronicle. the Mr. and I * =^=Died t jk » T* $T 4V * < r* * nfeQ MRS. V T. BARBER Utica, Miss., March 9.—The re mains of Mrs. V. T. Barber, who died at Winston-Salem, N. C., reached here yesterday and were interred in the City Cemetery, where her husband is buried. Mrs. Barber was well known in this com munity, where she resided for a number of years. The funeral took place from the Baptist church of which the deceased was a member. —Special to Picayune. Mrs. Barber formerly resided at Martin where she was engaged in conducting a hotel. She was the mother of the late E. T. Barber, so well known here. MRS SARAH NEAL At four o'clock last Tuesday morning Mrs Sarah Neal died of pneumonia at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Magruder, r DR. POPE'S t* i 1 4 » Panacene 11 4 4 4 Seed! Seed! * New name for 1 « DR. POPE'S » i Improved I Wonderful Antiseptic j» A Gift to Humanity. f : We have the largest and most complets lot of Garden and Flower Seed in the county Let us supply your wants. « i 1 t 4 4 i 1 POPE DRUG COMPANY. ■ » « * For Sale in Any Quantities by B 9 Pope Drug Co. g « I New Goods! New Goods! We are just back from the markets and, notwithstanding the cry of "hard times", are display ing as complete and nobby lines of Spring: Goods Dress Goods and Millinery as ever before. Our selections of are particularly beautiful and we invite an opportunity of verifying this assertion. William Cahn & Company. |W a ^ A where she had been visiting for the I of of for or old ed past month. Mrs. Neal was a native of Co piah county, but for several years past has resided with her daughter, Mrs. Ware, in Jackson. The deceased is said to have been a lady of unusually fine character. The remains were taken to Ha zlehurst for interment. MR. JOHN H. BUTLER The entire community was sad dened Friday by the death of Mr. John H. Butler, which occurred at Tallulah, La., while on his way to Port Gibson. Mr. Butler was a sufferer from consumption, but bis friends were unprepared for his sudden death. He was 33 years of age, and was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Butler of Glen Sade, this county. He was a native of Port Gibson and was known to every one in this community. Mr. Butler was a devoted «on and brother, and bis death is a great bereavement to the family. * Be sides his parents, he leaves three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Tompkins, Mrs. Sadie Herlitz and Mrs. Mary Kate Anderson . The remains were brought to Port Gibson and buried the follow ing day, Rev. M. E. Melvin offi ciating. ed a set MRS. JENNIE S. MORRIS Died, in Memphis, March 12th, Mrs. Jennie S. Morris, beloved wife i Poultry Netting, American Field and Hog Fence, Best stock Fence for an purpose« Nails, Staples, Barb Wire, Etc. . AH Heights at Lowest Prices % • THE CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO. Telephone 82 — of W. ô. Morris, and sister of Mrs. Ijames Whitaker of this city.— «Vicksburg American. Mr. W. G. Morris formerly re sided in Port Gibson, being the son of the late Judge J. S. Morris. Fancy Long Staple Cotton Seed for sale by Lax. Levy's Sons. A Beautiful Picture given free with every pair of American Lady or Gentleman's footwear. Heidenreich Bros. Mr. P. H. Traxler resumed bus iness this week, opening tip at his old stand. An extra good quality of parch ed coffee at 25c at Cahn's Cow Peas 1 Cow Peas 1 For sale by LAZt LEVY'S SONS. The Very Latest. $2.00 and $3.00 Ladies' Walking Hats for $1.00 at David Bock's Department Store. FOUND—A pair of gold-mount ed glasses. Finder wishes some compensation. Call at Reveille of fice. , LOST.—On Monday, Feb. 27th, a Gold Ring, with three diamonds set in black onyx, rewarded by returning same to C. A. TALIAFERRO. Finder will be Notice to Tax-Payers. By ordei of the Board of Aider men , I will proceed to advertise for sale all property in Port Gibson on which the taxes have not been paid for the year. 1904, unless such tax es are paid within thirty days from this date. R. W. MAGRUDER, Marshal and Tax Collector. March 6th, 1905._ Winter's Coming So why not be prepared. It it's a Suit, we have it. If an Overcoat, it's bere too. Whatever is newest and best is shown in our lines, which are spec ially attractive this year. A very fine showing of the long belted overcoats, which still reigns favorite adds to that department unusual variety. Winter underwear stock includes the best in the market whether it be wool, linen or cotton. Full line of neckwear. Come in and let us show you through. WARNER &SEARLES CO., Vicksburg, Miss. FOR SALE.—COCKE PRO LIFIC CORN—I have planted this , corn for three years and have never failed to make sixty bushels and more per acre. Of course this has been on good lands, corn shelled and sacked in Port Gibson for $1.25 per bushel. JAS. B. ALLEN. Will sell this FOR SALE —Plantation near Port Gibson. Apply to Reveille office. FOR SALE—One Jersey Cow, fresh in milk. L. A. PERCY. March 8th, 1905. FOR SALE—Yellow Yam Seed Potatoes, $1 per bushel F. O. B. Red Lick Station. J. I. W. ROSS. POSTED—The Commons ; pos itively no hunting, shooting of any kind, or fishing allowed. C. W. BURCH. FOR SALE—Standard bred sin gle comb Brown Leghorn eggs,$1.50 for 13. The kind that lay. W. S. VARNADO, Port Gibson' Miss. MONEY TO LEND.—We can negotiate loans on farm lands, at low rates and on long time. Not more than forty per cent, of value loaned, and only on first mortgage. E. S. & J. T. & H. W. M. Drake. STRAYED OR STOLEN—From Utica on nigtit of Dec. 19th, large Bay Horse, 16 or 17 hands high, 12 or 14 years old, little sway back and carried tail to right side. S. E. HEARD & SON. mchi6-2t W. H. Wright, the Florist, of Vicksburg is an excellent person to ! order flowers from. Proper Caro Porcelain Bath Tubs, Etc. 1 » The glazed surface of "Standard 11 Porcelain Enameled Ware is as fine as that of high grade china ware, and therefore should not be mistreated or abused by the - use of chemical solutions and gritty preparations advertised to clean such ware. There are many such solutions and preparations on the market but being made by those unfamiliar with the composition of por celain enameled ware, are highly injurious to its finish. We freely recommend "PORCELA" as the only preparation made solelp for cleaning and polishing porcelain enameled ware. It is made from the formula of an expert on the mixture of por celain enamel, and is therefore free from gritty or aciduluous substances, and is guaranteed not to harm the finest glazed sur face of porcelain enameled ware. Prices and information furnished upon request. T. R. WARBURTON. ■V ^ Far Drutikannata, Opli |4 ÛAlÛt T Morphia« Mi W y Other Drug Using, * ' * 'he Tobacco HabH ana Neurasthenia. B g ■ ■ Tiir vret CV I 1 attLt! r 1 V INSTITUTE, Carrs*. tirictly tontUlMtlaf Owiaht. lit. Wholesale and Retail for both City and Out-of-Cown Delivery. 00 2 p. F). Craxlcr FOR ! Fancy Groceries. Fruit, Confectioneries FIRST CLASS BAKERY IN CONNECTION. Bread, pice and Cake Hlwaye freoh. s s Special Attention and Rates for picnics, Entertainments, Lawn parties. PORT GIBSON. MISS. 1« ««BiMMlBAfWMA Dr. Erskine's Cactus Compound, me lomno mine Resuve ionic cor 1 asm ten 00 Toe dont To convince you what it will do, we offer two coupon* in each bottle entitling yon to a aolid leather, ladle«' or gentleman'« card or bill caae and alao yonr choice of «cventy-ive popular hooka —cook book a, dream book*, magaaine*. fortune telling book«, dialogue*, etc., etc., and we pout tivety guarantee it to increase yonr weight Now doe« thi* new discovery not appenl to yon aa a remedy of virtuel ____________________ It Robs the System of Malaria, Rheumatism, Biliousness, Bad Blood, and Sharpens the Appetite. It Keeps yon Well and Makes you Feel Good. POPS DRUG CO., Sole Agent* for Port Glbaon. ! TRANSFER. FRE1ÖHT and BAOGAQE DELIVERED PROMPTLY Orden can be left at my RESTAURANT AND OYSTKR SALOON, where I keep beet gmde of oy*ters, next to lfr. Howard'* barbershop. Telephone. S. A. HUBBARD.