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r, February 12. .J.S. LEWIS, Edftor and Proprietor. TO AD VERq[ISERS. NO TEXTILE DEPk . . ' I . RTMENI. / Perhaps the uma----t valuable sug- gestion made by the Governor to the legislature was the recom- mendel/on that a Textile school be added to the A. & M. College, The Senate passed a bill appro- ) Ta rOODVILLE IEPUBL/CAN priatiug twenty five bhousand ts the el,lest nevspaper in the ]dollars for this purpose which State; has a l,rfer 5one fide, l was defeated in She llouse. In eire,!lation tha, n nny ethel i thejudg'nent of the House, it wouhl seem, the State does not newspaper in this section; need inenskilled in the art of t ulanufacturing cotton and woolen therefi)re :' is 1 ' goods, the business cannot be nrtizia00 dim, ,,r , ,, learned at homo by our young 00nram in I/iE. tn00n. -. ....................... . liow would it be possible, one] The |].use ttaa ar,ed to an up-- I may ask, to create an active 1 propriatlon o! $6000 tor the Stale Iinterest in cotton manufacturing I tops, /so naturally and effectnally as by l 'Ino.'i-ilile',  ',,rSnri,--ot Vi,,k.. "the education of a body of young / men in the routine and skilled embrace a theory, but he cannot ,vet, o I a eondltlon. Se, ct,ion t9 of lhe constitution ex. pressly provides that, "legislation M]all nob be engrafted on appro- priation bills, bat the s,ane may pre- scribe tbe cfmditions on which the money may be drawn, and for what, purDoses paid." Section 73 of the constitution pro- rides tha the "governor may verso pars of avy appr(priation bill and t.he pertains approved shah be law." Sect, ion 73 plainly refers to the lbems of appn,prial.ion, and nol; t, he conditions upon which the money ls t,o be expended, as provided by sec- tion 69, above quoted. LIMBLESS COTTON, We have received circulars from J. (3. Mayfiehl aud from Croker & Moore of At]anva, Ga., with certain propositions con- cernlng African Limbless "cotton seed. Their seed are offered at only seven dollars per pound, 200 seed for $1, etc. We advise our readers to be Edward Mcl00eliee IZDlle00te. WOODVILLEy fflISS, (00eorgie ghuau00mt, 00Ivtucipat. Will Open its 36th Annual Session September 1st, Thoroughly equipped for work in MUSIC, ELOCUTION, ENGLISH BRANCHES, THE LANaUAGES, ETC., ETC. ['*The course of tudy ha. been revised, tandard of Scholar- st[ip raised and Kindergarden Department add WllIbe S0e('ialisls. The haladso/lte llew l)ui a: cO.  Teachers %()z'ouhly rtffuruished and made hooelik'azn s nve been nll,tlrt.lor girls' rooms, new springs nev ,7;* -ew oak Fur- e l,e. The laban will be eonstantf;, ',. ...... ;:..resses. tin sets, (laoc( Of WllOleSOllle abel well )e'ay tap ,izefl Wlt;tl aD abun- be 0pared to znal(e this the leldilPL 'od(!l'*-. NO, effort will seCbloti of tile South o - ,tot' glrlS In this Write for Catalogue and Terms. burg, di,d on the Yukon in Alaska careful about tu- rn Decehh,,r. labor of that business; who vesting at the price. The South + rIax Clleetor lale A , .... ---,,------__ would go amen st the ern F" " ' -'-' Gen'l. Barri,,s, Pzesiltent of  .... :., .......... g , . people .azmer of New Orleans has .Of lan((s re. Wilkinson County delia uent for the t=,...,., t ...... .  .... ,t. practical Knowleclge where Investigated and 1 ...........  dersgned Shemff and Tax Collector of qln: ..... , ..... fi.sealyear 1897. the un- ........ , ,,n .een a.sa.m,ted. A now there ; donee : ...... . _ .t_.- - , - .:..o, au aIIAC.el will or Monday the 7th day of Marci 18i;f'", ......... ,:,.,y orate of Mssi.sippi lmvolution is the next hia in or,t,., ,21. ,., - - --o. ,.norancer on tns seen as fOllows: [ bider, for ash, during the hours re -.8, sell at public outcry to the highest o ........ ualt the eo )le " ,, TM . , _ . P scmbed by law, l front of " ,,,. . - ,, .............. P | ot this State So much space and aft,mr:-.. ]door of the Conrt Itouse, m the town of Woodvilla fh - . the South nan.s to q,e eff,,rts ot Gen'l. continue.indefinitely to produce would not Alive been ,iven'tti/lantls'' Sale to be continued from day to day nntiltll'iand?';;, g uescribed ?a'ehttgs. the St'e,e'arr of war has c)ttnwlth_out an effort among ljs, so-called '.'Jackson 'Linlb-/ Woodville, Miss.,JAbS." M: SESSIONS, Sheriff and Tax Collector. vru,,re, ine wor, at the m,uth ,fl ue n,uy of the people to manu-J extraor.tn' nut for the fact that/----Er-- ' ' " [tll l)eln , -- rite Yaz,,o r,ver t,, pr,,ceed. Ana/facture it, unless skilled opera, lmade :tlna,r. :ill: ts. have beentl 8  OF SECTION..cres. S. T. It. Vckst,urg rej,,ices greatly t tires and managers f ...... ; ......  / s,m , ........ g made, to / J. A_lohns.on,. ...... In e part ........ -- -- --- ......... --,-.,-. Z:_ ' -- . . 7. _ -.: ......... au [7--:. ....... u a enormous, prices st E Embree ....... In s ptse ......... 10 , 1 1 le $ 2 55 The Governor wanted a lnO0.. . aretlnporte(l, into the State? o uae unsus.pectlng, and some .... " ......... Pt Spanisha0iaifn " ............ .2.27 6 1 lo 06 ,retch ,,t,t ,- ,, ........... -Mississippi is more nearb, "o mes easily humbugged fat ...... '- Alfred Germany ...... ne 6 or ne  ............  /2 I le 2 7- # I  u llt7 Illl;t }lint "  ,,  e , tHvz  " " ' " " ..... ..... "u , ! ed State CO**. ..,, ., .. The director fre,l .... :,_., . .. S A & Evans Iiayns w) of nw  _ z '2 le 1 54 l:loOa, to which ,,- .lute tnan an otn ". -,j .,u,mcS Lna[, It : "  ............... tO 35 , ..... the ll,mse agreed al..n .........  ,-, . . .Y. er. is a fan'ly good variety of o,,**..,. I I Hayns ............ s pt of se  of nw /, tie  of 3 le 2 1., ttUtlhe:etale wtelv killed the hill ......... -=uuueotgaawltnnearly and is entitled to .,);,. "':':'" ' .......... sw,owptofse4ofsw 1/47859 07 , {,, ---. wtn the mrs. ancy ve, earmy s or nw  ...... 80 32 ' '  u,, ........  e 2 8, equal cotton products havel left thls State far behind in manufae- turing and the inequality is in- creasing. Those states have other industries besutes which we have not. If a Textile depart- thent at the A. & M. College of- fered but a modicum of the benefits claime[ for lit, the attempt would be worth the while and the money spent might prove I the best investment ever made by / the State. But what can the / eration at a reasonable and just. price for the seed, fvhich should not be more than $1.50 pet" bushel, so far as can be judged, or equal to the prices charged for seed of other improved varieties. The claims made by the pronlot- ers aad exploiters of this scheme are prepouterously absurd and totally unsupported by the re- sults of the carefully conducted tests made on the station farm, as above detailed." i, itrett.h sgme Proton dn(,k over ]the holes in the roof (,f the old shanty atd let her rtp The eateemed M-gnolia Gazette is - Imblishin.g a ertes of astunishmg upon the money hy a Mr. Bacot. Mr ereeds have reached "tenth. ly." He has the wind it not the old covenanter. Bycott best in point of productiveness. Jno F Irven. swK Its merits entitle it to a consid- Juo  Irven ......... In s pt e of P M Stocketts ](;5 32 3l 1 lw IJno F h'ven ........ all .......... '"" 104 42 1 lw /Jno F [rveu ........ all ..........  ...............  34824 43 1 lw /.ri,oF Irven ......... all ......... :::.:/':::::::: I /dno F Irviu ......... In w ....... " 644 72 45 1 - lw Est ot Susan Wa, ker .,,w ..... :::::::':'::" .... 165 22 6 It is snpposed that a demand upon Mr. John F. Irving of Bayou (roceryo ........ all Spanish Claims ............ 800 10 4 Sara, died in New Orleans on empm. t i ....... all except220 acres .......... [[441 7625 1 t/tinter leuoen .... In s pt claim ..................... 170 26 3 Friday of last week after a long ,, illness. His remains were brought 3 to his home for interment. Mr. 3 1 h'vine was well known to out" l 2 people having marrie(l a lady of 4 this county," Miss Theresa Bur- I ton. He was the leading business 4 man in his localltyand had been for House ilt not permit 3f Cuban affairs. majority will o do an though they pledged in every way to such nlanyyears, having been Mayor of Bayou Sara for the last twenty yaars. Mr. Irvlne having mar- ried a second time, leaves ;'a wife and son besidvs his children from his first maz'riago. He was a native or Kentucky but came to this section in early life and by his business ability amassed a fortune. The general revenue hili- which government for the people do, when the majority of minis,er, De L,me, has] their representatives are indiffer- Bj" some means thel ent upon such a question and, in got hold of a letter effect, insist upon staying In the 3me to a friend in whzeh everlasting rut that the people Pratdent MeKinler is aaid to "eater are in industrially. I tl rabble and besides Is a low *"Q'" ere. LEGISLATIVE. The Natt-hez Democrat ays the Unless the Goxernor granted of the Natchez & Gulfport]antherextension the legislature/ completed not later than adjourned yesterday. ,hereupon there will be a As 7members are prohibded ,fllifl(;ation. '['lie proposed from introducing bills on the last gralv benefit Natchez three days of a session the House as the eonntry through which proceeded on Wednesday to pass and we sincerely hope reso]ntion commendatory oT he no dela in its ba'ilding./Consul Gen. Fitz Lee, and Con- I "'-- /sul Barker of this State. "---"--- *l,,-a- .,n the Senate on the 8th Ihree[ "The Danghters of,the Con- :re introduced advocat. ti..n of the belligerency federacy" asked the Legislature isnrgents. All cf for an appropriation of $3,000 to bunt to nothing aa the build an annex to tbe Cbarity passed the House fixed the tax levy t IIospital at Vicksburg, offeringl for this year at 6 mills. Boards to give the ground and furnish/'ff Supervisors may levy ad. the building The bill to [ . " pro./'htionally tot county revenue not vide for the annex was defeated Jexeeeding 15 mills provided, how- .... I s pt ............ C, urrv W M ....... w pt ofupt ......... ":::::..:: 160 27 N A lames ....... lot 1 ............................ 101 35 " James ...... lots 1 and 2 .., 80 13 . ................. 185 47 / has Brown ..... In sw pt lot Wheat surey... / 5nknown ........ nw / of nw  ...... 76 36 5 / ....... nande pt .......... 40 26 F A Dicks ........ s of sw .......... ".'...'." "" ....... 85 10 John H Kennard..e of sw.. - -,z ....... 84 36 " :'* ...... 74 ............... 20 44 M Rothsclnhl ..... Iu w pt of se4 of se ............ 26 Unknown ...... nw34 of nwS 40 ............ ....o..o " ....... se of he  .................... 41 " ..... w of so J4 ........ 80 S VPerrv::: .... lot 1 ...... , ........... :.:::::::::: 82 Colonial and U S Mort'g Co L't'd nw  wofo]d river." .............. 15 Unknown ....... n attde pt .: .... Dr. E. Kaigler...e pt of w..'.':'. ::.":.'" ......... 85 53 :: :: .... In no n of Pmcknevville road .... I3 t t lw 107 30 lw sfsw,inwpt else z/, 186.60 6 2 lW SE Vaughn, ME .w 6 6o Chas D Corey ........ pa (,f nw .4 of se 1/4 except 24 acres in wptof nw / ofse34 32 25 2 hv 8;] Louis Butler ....... ne / of se  .................. 41 62 12 3" lw .... . ....... sw ofne .................. 41.62 12 3 1w " " ....... nwofne  ................. 42 12 3 lw 3 90 WCGreen ......... eS ofsw ..................... 84 35 3 lw 1 () Est of James Carolina In sw cor of ue  of : se/,z ..... 450 12 2 2w 25 Louisa Jackson ..... sw 34 .......................... 162 50 16 2 2w Fuglcr S C ........ sw pt. .......................... 40 36 2 2w 4 25 Lowenburg Mallery 3 58 10 2{) / 11 0 / 4-1w 3e 3e 3w 3w w 3w 3w ll 26 2t 2O 13 11 In I8 I I8 I ,, .... wpt ......... . .................... 320 8) 49 2 .... all .............. 487. .. lots I and 2 ....... ".'.'.:.'.'." ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 97 50 2 =, [65 54 2 .... Ill " ...w.o ... __=;.'.'".'Y.'."" ................ 2 295 .49 2 TOWN OF WOODVILLE. in the House, receiving only 53 votes, when 67 were necessary to its passage. The House majority evidently considers the gorgeous and extravagant pension of sev- enteen ($17) dollars a year for NAME. W 3w 3w 3w 7 4,'-] I 3w 5 15 4w " / 4 w 6 90 4wlw 4 / 4w 4 28 lw 2 15 1 le 1 03 2 lw 66 4 lw 1 03 100 3 lw 1 :, 2 5w 2 10 2 4w 1 2o 3 25 43 00 DIVISION OF SE .... M'--Ro-[hschil(I Bro ...... In lot 3 .... CIION. Acres. S. D.R. Tax. Standard Oil Co ...... n pt lot 23. " ............. "--3"-1-- 8-3 ................ 1 3 2 55 TOWN OF CENTREVILLE. A Anderson .......... lot 10. Miss Mary Neville .... lot 12.. " .................. 15 lVrank D Dickson ..... all ................... 15 24 ' ' '' ...... all.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. " ........ J M Fly ............. Jots 8, 9, and I2:.:::' 8I I9 Unknown' ..." ....... ,.all ............. " 30. 5 Simon Williams ..... Aot lands.on Am'i ie'[o']'ine 56 ]n town of Centreville .... Mrs L C Anderson .... 2.8 of an acre 13ia" n of I H C Capell in Centervflle LEON SCHWARTZ. C. II._NE SCltW/IIITZ ttEY[A Main Street, WOODVILLE, 8 9 Gentlemen :--I beg lense to report I two gates across road; ,same is that 1 auctioned off the bride to be/ted oa coadltiou that he removegran" built across Bayou Sara creek ae- same by Oct 1st 1898. cording to specifications on file in The petition of :5 R Woods for chancery clerk's office to Youngs-reduction in assessment i hereby town Bridge Co, of Youngstown, rejected. Ohio at $1575. On account o! change of owner, J. M. Sessions, Shff. ship ordered that the following land Ordered tha' the report of Jas be assessed to N A McCraiue: 40 ntional Convention of n Tulane Halq, New ,. Chief Justice ever, that counlies having an out- standing indebtedness may levy es- pecially to pa), interest on .bonds and to creates sinking fuml but in no case shall the entire levy exceed 18 mills in any county. Since the Quaran/ine restriet&ns aroznd onr toum have been raised we have been daily reeeivin fresh oods of all kinds and our store is now replete with best staple and fancy droeeres, dry oods, ere, to be found. New goods arr/v/ng-daily. I purchased a/arge stock of Dry C/othing, Notions, Housekeep/ng tic/es, Hats Shoes &c. in 1Yew all of which I propose to sell at so/ow that it will be to Your intc to exam/ne my stock. Specia/ ducements to /arg'e buyers. PEETR MOLLER YOUR DOCTOR FICHTS Disease with medicine. If the medicqne is not z'ight he caunot conquer d/sense. If the drug- , gist does his duty the reed/clue will be right, and your doctor will stand a good chance of winning the v/ctory. haY?U can help your 'h)cfor by hez,ng J our Pt'scr/ption fllle(l i , ud Yiiz00i0000ippi 00nI100y. No. 5 Night Tz'av, Leaven Memphis, " VivKbur a it , it if g ,, ,, ,, (Je 'alrvillo -o. NOW Orleabs * *6 t , ,* -, ,W OrlfqMlS " ,. ** C'en trey| lid 4:0 " " Vicksbm.g a' 8:35 " " " arrives Mn]phll ]1:50 arrlve .Next, Orloalt "arrivos ViekM)urg, 55 Train runs dailuada.)." 64 No, 7ill Iaves Woodville " " leaves Bayou Sara 14 ,, ,, . arrives Rlanrhter IO I /aYon .q,ra 93[ " " arrives Woo,lvillo The Only Lino ---dlEo:l:l::ltl]::l.l  r,,nni,, ,,, +,,,: ll"',",.'n Oarrying elegant Pul/man Buffet S " , surin g Passengers a s ...... . ... leepzng Oars " e&z:2 - For B, ates, ./apslq yand ?omzortabie journeF, la both direeti.ons, th a. .0000eots or 'r,ss. Div. Pa.ss'r Agt, M .lrris ' "''S',r. 7:55 fi:iO a IU: 6,t 5:30 pm 8:o5 5:55 pm 9 a, 11:10 12:0 I ;10 $ :35 4;.15 A. T. BENEDICT. M. Sessions, shff be approved and acressw of ne]t sec 28 t3r 1 e the contract be awarded to the instead of Max Kahn Youngstown Bridge Co., at and for the um Petition of H. M Quin and others MANUFACTUR/R, RIPArR'ER AND Dre A settled unon its reneal. I .... " ........ PRESENT, :.^L O{ $1575 up"n their entering 0 extend nubile road e ...........  _ LER EN' possible, r on th o, ''?, pox-son or thing] L, T. Veutress p..;a ..... i, oonu.ln, the penal sum of $3150, of Maiu S[ iu t'entre.,il'l'."^ :,e .root I I 1 II11111tl if'nit fl TI,... In ,,, ,,,..-_ ,7 -77 ":' "* the earth should/Cage, W. L. ffe;kin"?'a' ,as..l).. roered that t.he clerk advertise chez road. the sam- ;' ,_u .,ae a. [ hfl//lflU BX I,}lr// fl Plll. ll/0 fftlrln IIn,,,,,.,. ,.= _  . oe anle tO take care of itself it il 0 '1'. 2qetterville, menb'er;" ,a, ter, ,o OUlla the bridge across Clark is !urtherorder,]tl,:; .'i.n..te.u'.. It /--'''a--Uld IJII[U 1"111111 ffflgllll00 tli'll'llHgg a*u governor or a a Ohtl / J..s M , creeg accoraln to s ecJfl a ( rln .......... s-r net (,..7.. 2-. --"''t .tt&llUIdM interest * p " "cal party  ,' ,SEsstors,, Sh ff file" In oh' ' g , p " c ti ms on] ' gton be al)pointe,i overseer oi [ , " S... Senator as. did  The special eolnmlttee_, to in--. Th,s day. Thos Itatfield, Connt,, -,,Is to ao the county printinr]and ou,ers livlngd on said .... ., r ts .- ,. .. -- . . ' 7) ,' -) tennessee the other, vesUgate the Alcorn a  , |xreasurer.presentod his report of th were ot?ened and read as follows. "'lass gned to work it ...... t,e ,/oen/; for ne Uetebrated 0 ,t,,. .-a ....... :1 t..I, ................. - .. ,- zu. tsevera, mere.ut connty fu,,ds hlch 'l'ne U enSreille Jefferson,an. The ,ew ben _ " Which are universall a WENSBOR0 WAGONS , ,,=a nppomtea .... u reportvu .hut Presiao.t twere examined annrovan --- '" M c ........ Y ....... . H, 1 ........ of Jno. A Brl, ant Y cknowledged'to be ' " " " " .... ted to , .% -u, anu oruer- ,4ul,, prop. 11o. Woodvill/ ,,,n [.ne sureties this da ' latin uished a , rn iett zs , berecorded the t Y submitted Th0B0stand ! g 1 wert P a capable ,nan and]Treasury was htis da- =_!r.loney.iu the, I}.epub.lican, .J, S. Lewis, prop. $160. which .as "approved by the LI(HTEST RUNNIN0 WA0 / neath ot Senator Ha/"rls sufflcient hewers  ....... t Bia ....... : ..... :" .. l lowest and bast bidder at the s{,m of |rel6ased from all furtl,o I;o.., re   /ltK IOAI) and SPEEDr,ro o a o.-. ,. e tim* o ........ , .... ]n., . _.. . ...,,.t puwer Is t,, --2, ,,u,,u a steel Drlage across t $160, ordered th, , ....... =.'. L i On .............. " .... -y,-,,s. / are treat r.,,..u ....... 7:" .... . ,,,t,.a, wnlc, - -v,=uttuaetl wneti t..,, what 110 wants--,, t...,, . Ioayou ara creek wcr- ......... a _  / ......... -o. y,,,: .,uuzac de / .'1 -dv,,,JV ut euatlge of OWnpr. i O .... ,,tetra lllOl]" loPlqtan t.re would endorse or re It)roof -r ............ ,.,, .. --.etrad as folh,ws"  'v-eu anularoe sa2a " lepubliean upon giv./stoP ordered that the folh,win. I'n / .......... ' -" ........ o .tea .........  I", - .... ,uu de appreclat- (i.th .... .;.; ...... A . [-g edna oz wice the amount of s 'a |l,)e assessed to Nal ,.n wl,;, '," .... | -- atrx l"OE THE .... , .... =, at .. I. --, -, o= me tver.eo. / .... .--, am; uonstructionlbid, liots., z__,=..' -:" .....  -tene / [71_   I 'angeo'sceae-totr,m /lngltread'qegalassi..::. ,, "t._2 g' '.:;!i:  Iron Co,, at t ,,. ; in block 2 ,n to.n ,,f ,. ..... ]:ee;I';,wi ..... - - 00!/r0000Allworkdon ............. , . Ie00. hOtS to a hihe- - : "t . sa.ce, i,u sum or Zal. Additional con- / ville Instead of Mr  1! , .... ,u,e ]Gehes .L__ -.ya, ?r__a B Me- / w'....a_:,, .... ,v,u.*puv anu .tt ltea, onable rtrtes. e= .  z sphere / , z .9.,- tcrete her ,,.hi .... a ,,  / " "  'J aacxtee, i  , x,,e.seu to L A Nettervi ;. / " vvuvzze s .tlSS. e t. 89.,' t "--- 'advaed to "t ' ' an amendme" g wn Brid e Co a . ,o D F  state of tiss , es, Ulcers 3a'" 60 y . i be rescue lettdying he recommerd, ...... nl:]sum of ' --,g, I" t thetC, oon instead ore F M.rC. ' "lAssessed to p Bo..t. , .....  " ] Rheum, Fever Sores T--., r," ' -  ..... -.-$-'-- naethold, got a grat)e- I t .. J lnt, commltte.to lnyestitate the;, It)r cuhi ..... a  contretc]i On aco nt of ehan[ block 22 Instead of Mi [sHands' Chilblains, Oozns an l O, the Con reasman , , Igg sled tn these dis- Gtot.n ' ,. slnp ordered that the " Assessed to P Be le l " Er,tpt,o,,s, a,d posmvel r00l,J /I - embed'e, as su e , - ea - " e a--- .8 50 . ge of owner- . ss Valley Co. . . , d all Skz g and pat.hesSundar ni e . Bridge Co. $2800 following land . 3 ot 12 in block , . Y. res ----= r er eoul o g the leris/ature M be assessed to W H Je 27 lntead of Ellen tarr, l or no pay reqmred It as guaranteed I t ., ; ....... ' ' nkins k N. e _ ' Assess. to give p_'orfeet satisfaetio mn ol [,ne over ,- )t,ar  2 ",, ,, a.u n of s d to P Boyle tot 8 a , n or mone texas Wonder Go- I ^,':-'-"  "g nor, who Is opposed I,,! a reject all lhe" above hiao ] , ----.  , e  sec as, t 3 .. , n d 9 hh)ck 27 refunde(L Pri(m25 een " . . v- [u anu rentse i,o submit the Tae St, ulher . , -o. , e conLamin 16o acre " Instead vf I 1  Har Ass o - ts per box. For held ||is strentl l -....rrna=e for ]e*islatlve .__cx)n-i,to-,." . . . .matter t,a  : n Bridge. & Construetmn" t,.v. .. t, g s msead of z ...u ......... amn :' essed to R ale b L wm & Ma'ers, [4 he could ....... of 35 t & ........ ran, o a Yoe I o,, ricing the lowest bidder hal/"1,'  ..'7'. asn" .. of - w . nne zonowing laud part I -, TRADI MaRKI . . um  or' ..... I was rejected on account ..e "..i:._ I.' u e pm.lUOn oz aaartia Rothschild . ,fl . oz se . south of,Woodvllle aud | -'  - rl a___ltllGNI [, A tire Governor Lt- , ..... enruaryth/8r8. [ambiguous ...... ug]z, ar change of assessment in lands tlnerty road sec 37 t 2 r I  and w | NOTICE 4nyone, ,ot.vR d his eandhlac tor e.urr'd lF',,rn, n the hour_ con-/ 'Ordered that the sheriff sell t- th. t?a-m- e ,s rejee!ed, said land being par! of sw .south of W.odville and ] For Sale all lan,l .,a t--- " ..n.i Seat +, ..5._:_._ . ? ne house bill m,'., m ndme, t .r,o]lowest bidder at "the ,, .....  ,7 "-las..e. ssea to omer parties Li _er, 3 roan see 88 t 2.r 1 e' i I.ertv of ,  ...... prop. sh-i,9"  , - ,-m ..,,, .... nstead th ate . , tus to be tion s an 0pproprla-] ' - C.) .... lOUse| l he "" " of H B ' -- S.P. Adler ('oni.qt talents T I do as much ;Jll for the/ndusLrla! Instit,urm and door the.c, ontract to build the brid e eli p(,titlon, of A N. Ralcliff and McGehee. . }lngl of his late residence the 'i ' '" : for him- , ee by a vote ot' 64 to 47 over Ba ou Sat . _. .... g .lo.t ters for relief for Hanna ' Ordered that. a warrqnt is tel . . , .. C t He 1 I be governor lsconeronted," w" h . :w'tth daus' .. afreek m acq rda,ce tht. same is hereb re e  h Clark, C McCraine for count ue to M and t,o ,tores on usin Street. vnai i - It t t and  mcifi, ationE) .., y j eted. ' F tax on $40 a, ud part of the 01d Holt s " - t on and.not a [heory. He may ' Hen B  ,.t w;{,.;. , n file. I Ihe petition of D M Horrin .... ,4 being errnneous assessinent [,,,  ........ . home tend . . u .... ,,.oa *douoty. "other to all.. , a'-7.' --'-'" """. ...... . - ................ oe., app;v to . . ....... - :ttUaln o erect (CoaLioued nexL wt.c " Jas. M. qsszos, Ex'r. Fst. i  i 21ficis per Simp! rs and without s,a Cash .. ew ('otto: liddlin JOB V Liens Chancer the pass A full ted at, Road ( " LO make 0ay of n Be rein lion asse be called 500 p $1.50, double. Service church t( . Fb S. Mar l)ermanet ad may b Look o )o b any of y(r Fresh n Seed Fresh. Cotton, talen Ge San place W.(. |uthing a glov we h Schaefe I Cr( with , Leg: cold fre J( Boar tfirt hun( next at e: