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Saturday, March 26. Journal of the Cor- ion of Woodville. lie A_nnouucements of marria- and deaths will be pubhshed ge. SllbSll&apos;il||Oll l )t'l' allnlllli. ....................... $1 50 ................. $2 O0 MARKET. New Orleans, Mar, 24 , 1898. Iling ........................ 53/e June .................. 5.52 October .............. 5.56 rain is indicated. )of nearly forty degrees in mrature Wednesday night. OB /ORK AT TIlE [EPUBLICAN. Ben Brown has beeu confined to several days during the week. improvements are being made buildings on the outskirts of our The town of Woodville and the cot,-. There is much disposition on ton growersin the vicinity thereto, the part of well-to-do farmers to are to be congratulated upon t,he cou- nlov(' t town on the plea of edu- sumation of the organization or the eating their children. The ohject Wondville Gin & Mf'g. Co., which is ell,amendable, but the results took place last Saturday evening. The are not always alisfactory. In following genlen|en were'elected oat- moving c]fihlren from tl}c coun- R. M. McGetme, President, "W. try to town they may gain some advantages, but t hey undoubtedly cers: V. Morris, Vice-President and C.W. Henderson, Secretary and Treasmer. As soon as i can be drafted, the Charter will be forwarded to Jackson for approval and record, and a perma- nent organizationeffected. Tbenew Company has already purchased thc building silo which is admirably situ- ated, and has le the contract for the machinery, etc., which will be con- trolled by an eng ne of 120 horse power, providing ,at all times power enough for thc additAon of further improvements, such as an oil mill electric light plant or some other modern convenmnce. The Ginning departmenb will be one of thc most modern known, and will consist ot four 70 saw gins, capable of innin, fifty hales of cotton in ten hours. Separate cotton rooms will be provi- ded and everything will be in tirol class order. Being close to the rail- raad. facilities for loading seed, etc., will beabhand which will iusure;, targesawnginhandling, and w/l] n.. doubt increase the priceof this arti- cle. " At the present, ttme the Com- pany has not definitely decided on he style of press it will use, but the pub- lic cart be assured that the mot suita. ble 'one, and the one that is best adapted to their interest will b ,elected. In connection herewith it is cur- rent, lv reportedL:ha a consolidaOnn basbeen made with Messrs Adams and Ituff, who had also contem01ated e coting a modern ginning outfit cquipped with the round bale press. Work will commence at once getting the building in shape to receive the machinery which is to arrive during the early part of June. Just received One Hundred dozer famous Manhattan shirts in htt,. and colored to be sold for ! short vme only at 75 cs to $1, were worth double the money, at Rathschild's. To those who are contemplating the pmchase of a spring or summer mad, - to-measure suit, we desire to statt that we yet represent thc largest cx- elusive tailoring house in America Almostanv man m Woodville who is in he habit of wearing made-t, measure clothing can inform you as t, our ability for giving a ood fit at tb( right price. We would be pleased u, receive your order, and assure you th fit and quality will re as represented. or your money will nob be accepted. C. SCfIAEFER. 1 have the famous Pratts' Stock Feed ()r sale. Just tim thing re: poor, unconditioned stock. Gee J. Adams. At the House. 0 Arrangements have been made wil h Mr 11 R. Locus of Virginia. to pre- sent bis superb stereopticau exhibi- lion at the Opera House, Tuesday night March 29ih. The program "Ten nightsiu a Barroom,", hc great teml)erauce masterpiece, ' 'Pied Piper of llamlinton.' ' ,he ' q?eauties and Wonders ot tim World," "Be- :a fence and without an waruing produmions of celebralcd painiings" and expired before assistance of and the fine mechanical l|omot:ons kind could be had. transforma;im|s are calculated to Our Foreman, Mr. Robt. Lewis, in please ally audience. The Pei,ersbtn'g (Va.,) Iu(lex says wit,h Mr. byttletun Lewis, of it|is, atiractive scopes iutense]y on last, Friday evening for brilliant, audiencedOigbfed. lose nlauv that are very lUll)or- tant. No inatter what may lm said in disparagement of the social and educational advantages of the country, it is still the great recruiting field for ulodc! house- wives and mothers and the best type of manhood. The eouutry boy may not real- ize it, but he has surroundings and opportunities which his town and city cousins do not enjoy. Nowhere in all the world are there better opportunities for self-nlade, American ,nanhood to develop than in the wall-regulat- ed country home. Useful lives and positions of honor and trust await the rout, try boys who im- prove their exclusive opportuni- ty. Blloxi tterald. Augusta. 3aT=A,,y/s 5.000 op- ,.rators to manufacture 90.000 bales )f cotton, It is perfectly safe to say t.hat ttiese operatives spend on an average $20 a month in Augusta, or an aggregate of $1,200,000 a year. el, I :: Plush caps and Misses lackets at J. Schaefcr's. New &d4ertisements. FOR SA LE The Patrick plantation situated ou Old River. \\;Vilkinson Counlv, Miss. containing about 320 acres. For particu!ars apply to, W. P. S VENTRES$. Woodvllle, Miss. 3 19 1898 4w. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Examinations will be held in April according to law. on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fridavn and Saturdays in April 1898. JOSEPH JOHSSON, Supt. of Educatmn. 3 19 1898 4w. LJMBERI We are preoared Lo fill at short notice any order for tough Cypress LUMBEI a low prices. Correspon- lence solicited .IN(). F. IRVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. Pasture for horses and cattle, fine 'rass, running wator, apply to MRS. M. McMANUS. 3 12 98 4w. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Laud Office at Jackson. Miss, Mar. ;)th 198. Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowing ha,ned settler has filed notice f his intention to make fiual proo[ i: upport of his claim, and that said proof will bemade before the Circni "lcrk of Wilkinson County at Wood- vi'le, Miss. on April 23|'d 1898 viz: Jefferson D. Metcalfe H. E. N,). 23.908 t,w the e 6 tic  set: "26. t 4, n r 1 west. lie names the foll,,inz witnesses to prove his continuous res- idenceul)on and cultivation of said land viz: Thomas W Caviu, Wiley Cavin, John Davi,tsou and James Vines all of Darringlou, Miss. JAMES [hLL,. Regis ter. 3 12 1898 6w. FOR SALE.--Iml)roved Chufas. the best kuowu h,tg feed. no pest. ]0 ct, s quart, 75es peck, delivered in Woodville. Send nrder to Hiram, Miss. (]HAS. F. A KELLOGG. 3 54w. class brick for sale by A.r. .dict. Service will bc held at St. Paul's to-morrow morning at 11 A.M. j;('nrmerly of this antv, bu now located a Opelousas, was in own Friday.  klloWn colored of this place is now dangerous- and no hopes whatever entertained his recovery. L. C. Schloss will on Thursday 7th, at 8 o'clock, deliver au ad- ' he Edward McGehco Colleg, public are invited. are glad to state that Mr. D. C. who has been quite ill for the month with typhoid fever, will be on his feet again. D. H. Wallace left Friday night uemine, La., bo be present at marriage of his brother. He re- home Sunday evening. dily papers are teeming with news and war preparation, d if we do not have a fight soon, will be badly disappointed. xable progress has been since our last issue in planting plowing. Corn is beginuingto up, indicating a very good 75 cents huys you a first-class shirt made by the Manlmttan Co. ; dealers everywhere ask 50 for them but half the money timm aL R.tlschfld's. & busincsss of tim Bethe! Meeting Association will be atheCamp Grounds, on nex luesdav, March 30th. Rev. J. W. will hold service at that. time. aek and res0ected ored mau dropped dead at his home y evening. He was build- TIlE GEM SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITH A FULL STOCK OF : : PTTISE LIQU OlS o SUCH AS o-- OLD 3[OWOPOZE R Y'.E, _PURITdA" R :FE, FRE.N'CH BRdWD , IFIWES, ETC Choice Stock of FINE CIGARS A/ways on Hang Those is need of PUTE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well: to call and examine my stock. As S. JOHNSON. JUST RECEIVE][) : A fulllinc ofthcwell, known00 {Manhattan i {{ . SHIRTS, Whzte ar0000,:t Colored ;!) VVhich we offer for a short00 N time ONLY at and S! worth S1.25 and S1.50. 00artin Rothschild & Bee. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To Graduates of IIaaris' Practical Business College, School of ,hort Hand, Telegraphy, etc,, Jackson, Mississippi. We have bought the Wavatt Cot- QUQKOO GLOGK CIVEN AWAY where they went to hear The Selma(Ala..) Times says that SPRING, With a reputatfon for timeliness and up-to.dateness we beK fo invite tim attention of the pt|l)lie to our magnificent line of ladies dress good, for ,pl|",,-" and Snn, mer wear whirl| las just arrived and is now ou our :'ott,Ker.% llero will be found iw almost countless desiuns. Percales Giug tams. Cheviots, Ducks: Skirtiugs. Lawus.|f)rgaadies, Dimities Nuus Veiling, etc., in the latest styles and ideas, iIere will be found the latest nov- elties in Spring Millinery- aliue so captivating tlmt it will not only please, but delight you. Here will be fonud a ful' au4' up to-date stock of the celebrated Duttenhofer Cincinnati Shoes for ladies, in the latest colors aud styles. In short, in this store will be found a complete line of the latest and most stylish goods for ladies wear at prices that will suit the most fastidious. Perhaps self-interest may seem to bias any expression of opinion that we might offer, but we believe we are honest with ourselves when we say that throughout au experience of over twenty .)-ears we trove never pn forth so temptiug aud notori- ous a varlet/of dress fabrics in trappings so gorgeous. With out indulging in bombastic pledg'cs, without resort to vain- glorious boasting, and realizing that th well-pleased customer is the best advertise'mut, we will simply state that it shall be our aim to continue our straight forward business policy that has resulted iu the cementing of friendships that time eauuot dissolve. With serious good wishes, C. SCHAEFER. C KANN. wOODVXLLE . . . - - . - ] I | DEALER IN-- : DRUGS and MEDICINES CRFIdIC00tg Publm School Books r'tO'bt " 1 ' r "  les, Cutt cry 'urnzs, Stationery, Pante s S PP.. .. .... .. in Hardware, lttllttlnatTzg (YbS, Garden teed 6e. Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded, and orders om'ectly 1 'ccK selected " t grat care andw arranted-, a represe ned., v. 8. t9  .--y, t I I[1 F. A. McLAIN, W.P.S. VENRTE- McLAIN & VENTRESS, hRorue:ys CounEors L00w, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in McGchee I)uilding. DR. C. S. HAILTON, -00ENTIST. IS$. WoODVILLE, Office at Schleslnge" Iuuse, April 18, 95 ly .... DR. CHAS. E CATCHINGS WOODV..LE : : : : MISS. Office in Adams Drug Store. uyt.:14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, D. O. BIAML, Ii'T, W, F. T1U. /[. Bramlett & Tucker.. h00tornep nd 0000naelors g L00wi. WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in MGeheo Building, Corn mercial Row. a. a. JONES.' 00t00,orney g 00awi, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office above, the Repnblieau OWioe: S. CUI00,q:tSC DEAI,ER IN-- Family aud Fancy Groceries. Confec- tmneries, Oysters, Tropical Fruit o al kinds, Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Soa[ Starch, Raisins, lms ,f all kinds Canned Fruit and Fish, &c. Fine brand chewiug Tobacco. Fresh Bread every day. New suit-- plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y TlrESPASS NOTICE. W.J.. Bryan speak. They re- home Sunday morning. Yancy and Smith represent- the ttarde Tynes Foundry Co., of ham, Ala., were iu town soy- days this week, and succeeded m the contract for the machin- plant for the Woodville Gin & Co. dote assortment of printed Percale and Madas cloths, the thing for ladies' shirt waists, Rothchtld's. Messrs Renaud & Manning of New ibe views a,'e cimrmiugly realistic aud i P" H. WttITE. W.s. WttlTE. leges here and at Meridian, I)nt have and,heco,or',nga,',,s,ic cl"sednttlteneat'00'eridi'n'a"dFREET " While Grocery Go prepared to give students the vqry Admission 25 ce;ts. Reservedl s best business training to be had .,y- where. Catal,,gue sent on applies- seats (35eenLs) will be pot on sale Tnesday morning at E Aarons Baok- MAIN STREET. Under Masonic Hall. ingllouse Special price of 15Gems ad,nisslou is made to the pupils of the --.DEALERS IN schoo Is. ----H*-*-- Fancy and Staple Groceries, Candy, ashington, March22.--Speaking Cakes. FruiLsof all kinds. Tobacco of the Cul)an situation, the Post to- audCigars. Best Extracts in town. Feb 12 98 ly. morrow will say : "Having formulated no plan to solve the problem and being anxious to gain all the time possible, the Premden will not immediately make any suggestion to Congress The message which he will send in on tion. N. J HARRIS, Presideut. Jacksou, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTICE. I have just received and will keep constantly on hand a full snpply o COFFINS and ,.'ASKETS, of all St les. whicl | will sell at rea- ' sonable p,.ices. Shop opposite W. C. B()nn2ys res- idence. T[ lOS. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf With every FIFTY Cents expended with me, wheth- er in purchasing or rpair- ing, will entitle purchaser to a guess as to the num- ler of beans in jar which 1 have prepared. The one guessing the nearest t,o am,mn nf beans inid jar wiii win ;ah Cucko C'.ock. Co-oles to eh e Is 'leans were visitors to our town. last Friday and remalnmg Tuesday. They came for purpose of investigating Gilliard with a view to is purchase, but. good reports they were not, very impressed with the proper- ,Monday will treat, alone of the Maine disaster, and the President will a(a later date co,nm,nicate with Con- ress on the Ctlban situation. The report on the Marne and the acc,m panying l)aper will. theref,,re, i)e at once referred in boLh houses to the committee on foreign affairs and than S. MARAhiTO, DEALER IN--- CHOICEST Fruits, Oysters, Nut _ of all kinds, and Fresh Family Gro ceries. Receives daily Fancy Can _, ,.  4. .4-* 4-- 4-4-4-$$$$,4-I 'dv of all kinds. Maccaroni cook- 4-,4-,:',:-,:-,,--*---4-4-4--4-'--4-4-4- ,4-.1 ',e('l in the best style, from 9 A.M. 4- MORE PUSH. # :to 8 P.M. 4- Baum & Dampf. , __4- MDRE ENTERPRISE. ,.gI:.l:g-=-.,,-Ig'2,:lMtn St. Opposite  MORE INFLUENCE 4- 4-'j$ % Feb 12 98 ly.  MORE PROGRESSI ENESS. * =-- --  'frO ' ,t MORE SI ECIAL FEATURES. , b rtoday, JULY %tk, 1898. lFRemember my prices reman the IOA ' cat. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler, Congress will anxi,,uslv and ,atient WALSH & WiLSOH A. H. Sandman lef Thursday ly await the Prcsideat's uexlrecom- mlug for Washington, to be at the mendation. --CONTB, ACTORS O TheTimes-Dem0crat, a1131 ,,,r BRICK * CEMENT put. W O R "If the pohcy of relief be finally of his mother, who was ,.'not, NEW OIRANS. eted to lave After his departure agreed upon, an appropriation will undoubtedly be ,nade for the  MORE NEWS. .ram was received announcing chase of supplies and the work of @.I.4-MORE death, which was immediately holesale succor will be entered upon. Estimates Furnished -4- MORE STORIES. 4-4-MORE Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wettnn & Hlckey or Bm Brown's, Barber Shop. Dee 18972m. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting on mv place is strictly prohibtted umler pennIW of the law. Mus E.,W. Jooa. 11 2O 9.7. tf. @ 4: INFORMATION. ILLUSTRATIONS. 4, 4 1 MORE ADVERTISEMENTS. i ; " TIIB OST WIELY li- CLATED N:WSPAP , f 4  IN TH m IONS. i @, ' SuIMldl for it tf you wan "]I' to ke@. up wl0. rurren event at: home a4 abroad; . Dally and Sunday, per yelr$12 (DO', 0. ICE The public are hereby notified tha: Hummg is prolfil)ited ou tile Sur- gette, Elmwood, Belleview and Gor- don Piantati,)na. All former permits are hereby re o yoked. CHIS. COHEN. Nov. 20, r897-tf tarred,to Mr. Sandman al; Kenner. uence of his mother's death place of business will remain elba- days. hobby line of shirt waists with table white collars at 39 cents ltachild's. NOTICE. The young ladies of Edward Me- rge are vractteing a pretty K, RCA8 TRIUMFH which TRESPASS NOTICE. Hunting or herwe trespassing on tbe Me.lanus, lrih and Bowling Green places m strictly prohihited un- dor penalty of the law. All former @ permission s revoked R M. McGEHEF.. J. H. PENDLETON. Sept. 4, 1896-tf , FOR SALE. eY will give at Masonic Hall shortly Easter. The play As one of interest and it will doubtless rendered b the talented rang artists. A small admission fee charged. "Wednesday evening at dusk the arena opened and a perfect deluge [lowed. The rain coniinued for eral hours, when the wind shifted mnd to the North, and it began to cold and still colder, until the iermeter on Thursday morning gistrred 40o, a drop of nearly forty ree In a few hour,< No damage done bow, eyer, to the fiul or If Spain ln)uld reKard this act as a hostile one the responsibility for pr,,- yoking war would be upon her. The President still hopes that in the meantime something may occur to dtminisll the likelihood of opposition, or, if the programme is inaugurated that Spain will accept the action of the United States in friendly spirit " Not since the opening of the cen- tury has the earth been so far filled, with the stern threat and preparation for armed conflict, and it Is where L., 80 YtARS' ', (Tuesday and Friday) : : south west of the publio square known that. tim talk of war is loudest. Fhe 4,1,,i[, _ , :4 a the Susau Scott lot adjoiuing lot Sundays only per year : armaments of begreat commercial  " .... , of DrLWMagruder appiyto powers have never heen so large : SAMPLE COPIES FREE.  I{ S rAN EATON; 4- .1 either relatively or absolutely as to. @4- THE TIM]$$-D]MOCRAT, . 11 20 1897 tf. . _ day, but thss is not en,mgh, anti to ' TRAD! MARKS, @4, 4- t-! New Orleans, La   ) DtnlONS, ._ " '. I'RESI A.S NOTICE. Great Britain's special call for OOPYRIOI.IT8 a'e. 4," 4- ..... " ......... ..4-.a_a.A4-1 .... $1,20,000.000 for more shq)s, France probably patentable. Communioti0rff strictly @ ' zer i)taees IS strleLl)/ pronlolt, eu uutte 000, (]ernlany qtliLe as much, and hondefitfL 01demtagenyforsemngpatenta ...... i,.., ,I... t.." the United Ftates anywtmre from in America. WO have a WashlX'lgton office. I '  pe|lult' 9t ue. tt, '. Patnt taken through Mtmn & o. rlve I .:. 1-,, mr., ,r ,, ,w'' L.W..MAGRUDIR. $50,000,000 in spec,al and regular[  l!i:(}ii.![,!il i [1 l h;t;i;:c!twl,y army aud navy bills.--Springficld Repub.icun.. ,12 I;le ' nt; wl Mu.. Z co., _ ,.,, :*" ,o = Irm package of "' BLACK-DRAuGHT  ] e: Physician Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MIS% Office at residence, April 7, .88 l DR C, C. CROSS. Dental Surgeou, W ODDVILLE. MISS. Office np stairs over the Postofl'we. A, G. SHANNON, ,t00b,00ey 00,fl, 00o=elor tt L00,w WOODVILLE, zIISS. Will pract'e in all State aud United State. courts in this St.ate Real estate bought and ,ld on corn mission. Oil'ice (,- C-)mm,]cial Row -- H.S. VkN EATON. Attorney.-0000, 00omehr glow, Offioe up stairs iu the Odd Fellows Buildiug. DR. JOHN F. THERREL, Physicmn- and Surgeon wooDVILLE, MISS, Ofli on Main St. at his old Stand J6HN A, LOWRY. FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and Wood- en Coffins always on hand at Wood ville. Miss., Main St. Trespass Nor ice. [ Atl persons found hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing ou the Bur amwood plantation about 8 mile south of Woodville will be prose outed to the full extent of the law. A strict wat.clt will be kept on samt plantation for trespassers. L W. MAGRuDEE All hunting and trespassing om Ret real and Dameron places is stricty  prohibited, tmdtr. penaly of the law,, MAsON SNOW DEN, oct., 9th "97.--tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fihing or otherwi.* L trespassing on Glen Burme plantation s strictly prohibited under penalty o[: he law." All tornter pormisMons re -- yoked. GEo. T. McGEHEE, TRESPASS NOTICEo Any person caught hunting, flshil or otl'ter wise trespassing on the FraM Collins orOhi Lewis places will prosecnted to the full extent aw. All fornter permissions rrvok ed. F. D, Lwls, ./1. 11. S./1WD,M,/1A5 11CCesor 0 TE ShL[}01i South-West Corner of Public Squa I have always ou hand a an}error tiele of 00hkey, Brady ,Gin nd '1'!11 ST VARIMTI]m 01' Tit BIT  o OGAlt8, Domut/o trod Impel: t,e Liqut,r, Vermouth, Cordiala,e lhll and Keg Br, /..emo, ala. Ioo a|ys on hand. My friads and eustmer will awa 4 find me teddy to do bnsiue. March 12, 92,