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....... L_-: Z2"" " | SatQrdaY, April 9. Pa . - cial Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. 2 . ..% . , Simple Announcements of marria- aws and deaths will be published without charge. SllbS|'ilP||Oll pt.l' Jill illlll|, Cash ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET. Wew Orleans, April, 8 , 1898. Uotton--. Middling  .................... 5 9-16 Futures, June .................. 5.5"2 ,, October .............. 5.56 iq'o war yet. See proceedings of the Board of Supervisors in another column. The Board of Aldermen met on last Tuesday evening in regular session. JOB W OaK AT THE IEPUBLICAN'. Locals are scarce this week and we crave the indulgence of our readers. First class brick for sale by A.r. Benedict. Smith Bros., have iilst completed a .store building for Mr. ttolland eigth miles west of Woodville. s The qpinning Wheel will meet at Mrs. L. A. Murdock's, Tuesday eve- ning, April 12th, at 4 o'clock. The origional htdies beauty pins at 10e per pair, they are useful. :No dress is complete without, them. Jos. Sarphie. Mrs. Lydia Sitnrall, wife of Judge :H F. Simrall died at their residence near icksburg on Tuesday night. A hobby line of shirt waists with adiustalde white collars at 39 cents, at Rotltschi hl's. Messrs J. B. Mount and Ralph G.unst, of the western portion of our count' were visitors to our town on Monday. Messrs lVl. Rothschild & Bro are daily receiving one of the largest, stocks of summer goods ever reeeived in Woudville. Acomplete acrtment of printed Ca,nbrics, Percale and Madas cloths, lust tile thing for ladies' shirt waists, at Rothchi Ides- There was a light frost on Wed- uesday and a heavier one, with some lee reported, on Tuesday. Lit, tie in- Jury has resulted. An entertainmenl for tim benefit of the Episcopal church will be given to- day at, the Rectory. It will be an egg 1hunt for the little folks. The Board of bupervlsors met in egular sssfon last Monday and tmongother business counted the "csh iu the hands of the Treasurer. Quite a goodly number of ladies and emaea were out serenading on Thursday night. The music was very charming and delightful. 5 cents buys you a first-class hite hirt made by the Manhattan hirt Co. ; dealer everywlmre ask :$1 50 [or them but half the money railed them at Rotlschild's. Mr. Jan. W. Buchanan, formerly a of our town, but now living in and engaged in Journalism, pent several days on a visit to his 1relatives and friends. LADIES you seen our GI RDLE BELTS. et with Jewel and without. Prices from 35o up. Jos. Sarphie. members of the Woodville Mf'g Co., are holding frequent ::aeetingsan0 discussing details in t,o the ereqbiou of their ,hat. Mr. A. II. Sandman accompanied by Mrs. Brown arrived home on night from Washington. :Mrs.:Brown contemplates making her home in our midst and we gladly ex- her a co rdial welcome. The Board of I)lrectors of the Bayou Compress Compress met In Bayou last Tuesday and declared a dividend of 10 per cent. stock in this compan mould at once draw on Mr. h, H. Secty, for their dividends. :$ ----Z Ae_ordingto announeemeu Mr. L. Sehloss delivered the regular address at the College Thurs- night. Mr. Schloss took for hm "Are we creatures of " and taking the negative side the subject creditably and impressed his audience. Just received One Hundred dozen Manhattan shirts in wl, te colored to be sold for a short me only at 75 e's to $I, were worth the money, at R3thschild's. hlsction was again visited on Wednesday and Thursday 'itha cold snaps and it lsa question ' the cold weather has not, much in- fred the fruit crop. We ernst how- tht is not the case and that our around Centreville have from the cold and that mage has been done to heir Interest. Ladies' and .]entleuien's Hem ttehed colored bord:red Handker- ; others ask from 60c to $1 20 do. .e sell them at 40e to 50c Ask to see them at R,ths- ild, 1 have the famou Pratts' Stock [Feed for sale. Just the thing for' poor, unconditioned stock. Gee J. Adams. THR CHEATER OF [N(3OaPCRATION OF "TIIE WOODVILLI (IN AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY." George J Adams, Martin Rothschild, W. V. blorris, R. M. McGehee, l.lenry Johnson and C. W Henderson and their suc(:essors are hereby eonsti: ut, ed anti declared in I)c a body corporate under the name and style of "The Woodville Gin and Mtn ufac uring Coin pany" for the purpose as fullows, to-wit: Of ginn- ing and baling cotton, operating Oil Mill. [ Gi'ist Mill. etc., and Manufactut:ing Indus- tries generany, at Woodvillo, WUkinon County. Mississippi--and by the said name mayhave perpetual succesMon for tte period of Fifty years from tbe approval of th:s Charter, may sue and he sued, plead and I)e impleadcd before any court, contract and be contract with within thelimi sofitseorpo- rate powers, may hold all real and personal propert necessary for carrying out tile, pur- posesof Its organiza|ion within the limits prescribed by law. May sell convey, mort- gage or otherwise encumber its real and per- serial property, May purchase all real estate neces.ary for carrying on its business. May take liens on real and personal property in tbe conducting of its business. May adopt arid use a Common seat and alter the same at, pleasure and may generally do all things th,tt may be necessary for the successful prosecution of the business of said corpora- finn not inconsistent with the Cons,[,,ution and laws or the State of Mississippi. The Capital Sleek of said Corporation shall be fixed al Fifty The taud dollars--divided into sh:res of one undred dollars each and the liabinties of shareholders shall be as now provided by taw An)' Three of the persons herein before nataed nlay open books of subscription to the Capital o(,k of.said Corporatkm and wlmn am much as six thous:nd dollars of said Capi- tal SI(K is subscribed for. tilt' st|i)eribtq,' o! tho,e owning it majority of tile sleek fully hold a meetin at such time as they nlay agree upon and elect a Pl'sidtlll and fief: dlr*,etors, wbo together shall constitute n no:trd of Dir,,ctors, three of whom shall con- stitute a qlllrunl. Tile said President ant] Directors shall liold office for such tlme n may be d,signated by tbe Stockholders and until their StlCCessors are elected and quail- fled. They and their successors in office shall manage and carry on the l)usiness of said Corporalioe, shall appoint such ()litters and agent,s as they may deenl necessary, fix tide anlount of their (.onlpens ,finn, pre.,crlht the necessary rules for the isue and transfer of stock and adoptsuch rules and by-laws as they may deem proper and necessa'y fol the condllc t, and nlanaelaent and St Ctll it y ( f I said Cortx)ration. provided lhe annie are not childs, in conflict wDI] the Constitution and laws of := = :: the State of Mississippi. Af.,er the expiration term of office of the flrs P:,cs]dent and Ill- Among our late receipts arc 10,000 mcu)rs, the PreMdent and Directors shall be elected annually on the First Tuesday in yards of Embroidery, remnants in 5 March of each year or at asCii time as may be designated by the rules and by law, of the yard pieces. They are put on sale Corporation. The President and Directors shall be Stock- at 5e, 8e and 10 ; worth double, at iv lders and in the eleclton of President and We have received a "ar" com- munication post, marked Pinckney- ville. We do not publish anonymous communications. On Wednesday from 1200 to 1500 head of cattle were shi0ped frqm here in 30 cars to Indian Territory. Selling beef cattle and yearlings is right enoughbut the larger number of heifers in this shipment show the short-sighted and improvident nature of many of our people. In these times, with a fair prospect of four cent cotton in the near future, if there is anything the farmer should value as a certain and cheap money maker it is cattle that with little or no expense and labor'can always find a market. To sell cows and heifels is willfully tocurtail, if not destroy the production of cattle, where as every effort of our people should be directed tothe building up of this industry. NOTICE. The young ladies of Edward Mc- Gehee College are 0ractlcing a pretty Drama, REBECCAS TRIUMPH wlHeh they will give at Masonic ilal! shorLly after Easter. The play is one of thrilling interest and it will doubtless be,finely rendered by the talented young artists A small admission fee will be charged. Also received 100 doz. ladies Rich elieu Ribbed Turner Vests, Lisle Thread and handsomely trimmed Would be a bargain at 25 cents but we are satisfied with 10c; at Roths- Directors every Stockholder shall have tile right to vote, in person or by proxy--the number of shares of stock owned bY him for as many p(,rsolls as are to ])e eleeteu. New dvertisements. NOTI t3E. BIDS to bni;d a bridge across Crooked breek ,tear Mrs M EOgden's according to specifications on file in the Chancery Clerk's office will be received np to 9 o'('lock a m on the 1st Monday in May 1898 "rile Board reserves tim right to reject any and all bids" C. A Coo, Clerk. 4 9 1898 4w. FOR SALE The Palrick plantatilm sitnated o, OM River, Wilkinson Coonlv, Miss. containing aboot 320 acres. For partieu!ars apply to, W. P. S VENTRESS Woodvllle, Miss. 3 19 1898 4w. NO rICE TO 'rEACIIERS. Examinati,)ns 'ill be hehl in April accordin t.o law, on the lst,. 2nd 3rd and 4,1) Fridays and Saturday in April 1898. JOSEPH ,IOHS,N, Sup( of Education ; 19 1898 4w. LUBER: We are prel)ared to fill at short notiee anyorder for Rough Cy0res. LUMBER allow prices. Correspon- dence solicited. JNO. F. IRVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. Pasture for horsosand cattle, fine grass, running wat,w, apply to. MRS. M McMANuS. 3 12 98 4w. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Jackson. Miss, Mar. 9th 1898. Noti('e is hereby given that the fol- Iowiogua,ned ettler has filed notice of hi, intention to uiake final proof i,, support t)f his claim, and that said proof will be made before tile Cir,.uit (lerkof Wilkinson County at Wood- eric, Miss, on April 23rd 1898. viz: Jefferson D," Metealfe II. E. N.. 23.908 f,w the c  no  scc 26. t 4. n r l west. lie names the foll,in_ ,r wilnesses to prove his continuous res- idence upon and c,,ltivati,m of said land viz: Thomas W Cavin, Wiley Cavin. John l)avidsou and James Vines,all of Darrington, Miss. JAMES HILL, Register. 3 12 1898 6w. FOR SALE. --Imprnve0 Churns. the best known hog feed, no pest. 10 cts quart, 7Lets peck, delivered in Woodville. Send orders to Hiram, Miss. CttAS. F. A. KELLOGG. 3 54W. P. H. WIIITE. W.S. WMIiE White Grocery MAIN 8TREEE Under Maeonic Hall. DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Groceries, (Jandy, Cakes, Fruitsof all kinds, Tobacco and Cigars. Best Extracts in town. Feb 18 98 ly.  ,CIIOICEST. Fruits,,, ; .Oysters, Nuts,  of all kinds, and Ii resh l amilv Gro ,eeries. l{eceives daily Fancy Can. 'dy of all kinds. Maeearoni'eook- ed in the best style, from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Main ,dt. Opposite. Baum & Dampf. Feb 12 98 ly. WALSH & WILSOH, 4 CONTRACTORS OF ]-- BRICK  CEMENT -- w O R K.. Estimates Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wettllfl & HJ(le or Ben Brow n's. Barber 8ho, Dec 18,07 2m. TI-IE 6EM 00ALOON S NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : PTIlvE LIQU Ol=S o SUCH AS--o OZD J:[O,N'OPOZE R FE, t UI I TI  " R I"E, .FR_E.N'CH BR./1.N'D F, WIA'ES, ETC. Choice 8rock of FINE CIJR$ J/ways on Hand. llThose is need of PURE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examine my stock., A. . JOHN soN. .... U If" JUST A full line of the well known 00Manhattan SHIRTS, Which we offer for a short time" ONLY at and q$| ii worth $1.25 and $1.50. gartm Bothsohiid & Bro. Rothschilds. The shipment this week has gone forward by express, up to to-day Some fine returns have been receiw.d for radishes and peas--the latter netting nearly $3 per bushel, and the former about 30 cents for small flat,. At these prmes there is big mosey in these erops.--Jeffersonian. The Ameri0an people are very tired of Marcus Alonzo [{anna. They have tolerated him foryears. They will not stand him inuch longer. He has never said or done a thing which was not un- amertcan.V ashlngton ilnes, Dem. Montgomery, April 5.Cattle are being shipped from here nearly every day, and the coniin- ued shipntents coming through here daily over the Western, the Louisville & Nashville, the Geor- gia & Alabama, and more partic- ularly over the Plant system, ex- '| ceeds anything in that hno i i railroad traffic ever known in this section. Over 3000 head have gone from here of late, while the tnrough shipments have[ been already considerably over 3000 cars, and it is expected will reach 5000 before the end of April, mostly going to the Indian Terri- tory and Texas to fatten. The Rev. Chas. A. Crane, a Methodist minister of Boston, advocates the reviv,d of the cur- few bell m that city. "Boston," he said the other evening, "owes it to herself, and especially to her boys, to pass and :.faithfully exe- cute a curfew law which shall re- quire all children sixteen years of age and under to t)e off the streets at 8 o'clock m the winter and9 ()'clock in the summer. Lincoln, Neb., was the first city to adol)t the curfew law, about two years ago. Oinaha, Denver, Kansas City, Des Moine% Topeka and Evanston, Ill., are among the largest cities which have fol- lowed. The testimony in faww of the innovation is strong. The ahief of police of St. Soseph, Me., says that seven-eights of the people give it their sincere ap- proval. There has been a reduc- tion of L0 l)er cent in com,nit- ments to the Reform School front that city. The Centreville Canning Factory has been put ona practical business basis. Ou last Monday a meeliug of the persons who desired to take stock in the enterprise was hld at the office of t.he Robinson Mercantile Co. W. J. Jenkins was elected chairman of ths meeting and H M. Quin, secretary. On motion each person presen was asked to sutl- scribe stock, and the following gen- tlemen subscribed : W, J. Jenkins. R L. Hagaman, F. . Glass, E. B, Robinson, R, Whitaker. J. A. Red- head, T. P Hntchison, C. L. Dewey E. M. Uarter and H M. Quin. On m,tiou a committee of three--H. M. Quin, R. Widtaker, C. L. Dewev was nppointed to draft rules for the government. Jeffersonian. Our West Tennesee regiment is boomieg right along. In addition to the home boys who have offered to join. many gallant youths from Ar- kansaand Mississippi are ready to fall in. It will be the finest regiment on the planet, and its officers will be soldiers, not political hangers-on,- Memphis Scimitar. Ellisville March 3l.--A letter re- ceived here to day from Chaneellor N. O,. HiFI authorised the statement that owing to the inconvenience of mak- ing the campaign, and the inter- ference it will haw upon his official duties, he has concluded not to be- POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To (draduates of Haaris' Practical Business College, School of Short Hand, Telegraphy, etc,. Jackson, Mississippi. We have bough the Wavatt Col- leges here and at Meridian. but have closed out the one at Mm'idian, and prepared to give students the very best business training to be had ) y- wlmre. Catalogue sent on pplica- tit,n. N.J. [[ARRIS, Presidenf. Jackson. Miss. Sept. "ll, 1897-tf NOTICE. I have just received and will keep constantly on hand a full snpplyo; CO['FINS all(} 0ASKETS, of all St lea. which I will sell at rea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W, C. Bonuys res- idence. TItOS. ROLAND. \\; Aug 21, 1897-tf M3RE ENTERPRISE. @ i@ MORE INFLUENCE. MORE PROGRESSVEN'ESS. ,,4, MORE SrEC,*L rt'TU. 1' .* TlteTim00s-l)tm0crat, 1' MORE NEWS, @ "]['MORE ZNFORMATION. *]},: i,, :@MORE *DVEITm.aENTS. @:4 THE MOST WIDZLY CIR-: CULATED NI!SPAPER * @ IN THE SOUTH. 4`',  i 4' Subscribe for It It you want @' b to keep p with current@: 4, 4. events at home and abroad. , Dany and Sunday, per yestr.$12 00' Semi.Weekly, per year ...... 1.001 (Tuesday and Friday.) & 4, tundays only. r year .... 2.00 SAMPLE COPIES FREE. @@4` @ 4` New Orleans, L. @,4` @@4`@@@@@4`@4`'@@@@@@4` ELEGTRIO BELT FREE. TRESI)ASS No:rICE. To Introduce It and obtain agentsthe un derslgned firm will give away a few of their All hunLing on my, D{aoe is strlatly giGarman Eleotrtc Bolts invented bY Prof. r)roliiblled uuder {)ealt of the Van der We Pros. of the Now Arork Ele,'- . txical I{ 20 9 tf. DiAMgNDS AND W,00T00300S, Our training and bustnes ex0e- riencehave mae us experts In our line. A Dbimond is a Dia- mond. even if the color is poor, the cutting b.or the Stone flawed. A watch is still a watch even if of pool" m;;ke. There is as grea a difference between a fine watch and a poor ,ne. as there is between a fine diamond and a poor diamond. You may know the difference. but in buying you will be wise to get the advantage of expert knowledge, which wc place at your service, free, Watches regulated free. JOSEPH S&RPE[IE, The Jeweler, NO ['ICE. The public are hereby notified that Hunltntt is prohibited on the Stir- geite, Elmwood, Belleview and Gor- don l'lantati,ms. All former permits are hereby re yoked. CHAS. COHEN. Nov. 20, 1897-tf '[ RESPASS NOTICE. Hunting or otherwise trespassing oll tho McMauus, Farishaud Bowling Greou places is strictly prohibited uno der penalty of the law. All fornl0r permission revoked R. M. McGEItEE, J. II. PENDhETON, Sept. 4, 1896-tf FOR ALE. The house and lot in Woodvilln, outh west of the public square known as the SItsau Scott qot adjoining In( of Dr L W MagPuder apply to H S VAE.x'ro. II01897tf. I'RESPAS NOTICE. All hunting on Sinirall and Schae- fer planes is strictly prohibited auder penalty 9f the law. L. W. [AeRUDER. 11 20 97 if. uery: Why will people snfl hdigction when come a candidate for Congress froth this district. Thi, leaves the field open to Hen. W F. Love, th pre- nt incumbent, who i. the only can- didate announeed,,-Time [)emo. ,el:at, JIJST RECEIVE{][ 00atest Doveltirs ID l00ilipery, Dress Goods consisting of careful selections of Organ- dies, Dotted Swiss, Lawns &C. E]00nbroiderie$, Knees add 00ibboD$ that are bound to please you. ]VlcDs add Boys 00loth- IDg strictly up to date in styles and quality. o will be su, rprised at the vag we are offering. C. SCHAEFER, WOODVILLE, - - " " , " M]- DE LER IN ' DRUGS and MEDICIHE,00 CHFMIC00L00 Public School Books l-'anoy and 'roll_e AI WJLol, 'l"obo00 ;l::x::{. I,e,i;,,t'. Stationery, Painters Spplies, Cuttlery lurnt,, in 2 Hardware, ltlumiating Oils, Garden eed c. 'Phvsicians pre.cript[ons rarthll) compoundO, and orders corr;tly el cck selected i:'l grat rave andwarrautd a re)rsentL v. S. 0I..--y0 F. A. MCLAIN. W P. S. VENRTL. McLAIN & VENTRES$, WOODVILLE MISS. Office in McGehec building. "ENTIST. WOODVILI,E  Onqce at Schleslnge" ouse. April 18, 95 ly. DR. eliAS. E. CATCHINGS WOODVt,,LE ; : : : MtSS. Office in Adams Drug Store. uyJ 4, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician ad Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISB; Office at residence, &,pril 7, .88 13 DR 0. C. CR08. Dental Surgeon, WODDVII,LE :u., ,. Office up stairs overlLhe Postofficc. A. G. 8HANNON, WOODVIhLE, MISS. Will praot,'0e in all State and United States courts in this State Real estate hought and ld on corn mission. Office ou C mmereial Row. H. S. V kN EATON. Office up.stairs iu the Odd Fellows Bnildiug. I)R, J0t F. THEIEL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS, Office on Main St. at Ills old Stand J00HN A, LUWRY, FUNERAL 3IRECTOR, A Full 8took ot Metalie ami Wood- Sl --DEALER IN-- Family and Fancy Groceries. Confee tanneries, Oysters, Tropical Fruit o ad kinds, ISugar, Coffee, Flour, Sop Slarch, Raisirm, Nu s of all kinda, Canned Fruit and Fish, $c, Fine brand chewing Tobacco. Fresh Bread every day. :New sulk.. plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting and Retreat and Dameron prhlIMted, under of the law, bl AsON SIIoW DgN, Oct.. 9tl'97.--t f TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fishing or trespassing on Glen Burme strictly prohibited nnder he law. All former vokcd. GEe. McGltl itt. TILESPASS NOTICEo Any person caught or otherwise trespassing Collins orOhlLewis places prosecnted to the full extent of th aw. All former permissions revok : ed. F.D. LwIa. en Coffins always on hand at vflle, Miss,, Main St Wood. lind me rcud 5 to do business. Marh 12. 92, All persons round hunting, fish;n or otherwise trespassing on the Bur nau) nod plantation about 3 miles south of Woodville will be pr)se cured to the full extent of thelaw. A strict wateii will he kept on sam olantatiou for trespassers. TR BE BRAN O1 CYGARS, Domestic ad Im ported,  Fane Liqm,r. VeDmouth, Cordials,e. Bottled and Keg Heer, Lemons, aa Ico alw,q s on hand. lr) frteud and customers wil{ ;wa]a 4