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Saturday, April 30 cial Journal of the C0r- poration of Wo0dville. Simple Announcements of marria- gem and deaths &apos;ill oe pubhshed without charge. ,llllglDilt|Joii pt'r Illlnlllil. 'Cash ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET New Orleans, Apml, 29, 1898. Cotton-- Middlin ............ ......... 5 JOB W ORK AT THE [EPUBLICAN. Tle Board of Supervisors meets next Monday. The streets of our town are being placed in fine condition. "['he Board of Aldermen meets next Tuesday evening at 4 o'clock. First class brick for sale by A.r. Benedict. : 14It Our b(ys seem in earnest as they are drilling several times a week._ Miss May Barrow from Smithland ts the guest of Mlss Caroline Gollins. Twenty five soda tickets for one dollar at Argues. Mrs.-Evans of Pinckneyville was in town during the latter part ot the week. Chancery Cou]: 7"u;nvenes_nne eek from next Mends% The D0CKe tS rather light. S.da Water aud Milk Shake, Screen Doors, Electric Fans. No flie0"on Argue's Drug Store. Mrs Welsh is with her mother, Mrs. McMaBus again, after an extended vsslt to Baton Rouge. Walsh & Wilson are hard at work on their brick kiln situated on the Blument hal lot,. tl-m Thirty yards good Sea Island cot ton for $1, at R.thschilds. Capt--A. (3. S;ttt:,n t,o.k a trip to Jackson, Miss., last Tuesday to attend to a ca,e be s in the Supreme Court. Dr. (3. E. Catehiugs atended the meeting of the inter-stae Board of ltealth at Baton Rouge during the past week, From reliable information we learn that the passenger train prject has been abandoned by the Railroad Com pany. ,: = :: A cmnl )lete asGrtmenl of printed Cambrics, l?ercai and Madas loths, just the thing for Ladies' shirt waists, at Rothsch dds- Mr.A H. Saudnlan is. having his residence palnt.ed which improves the the appearance of West End very much. Mrs. Withers and bet little daugh- ter left h." their home Friday morn ing after a visit of several months to Mrs. McGilI. Seedless Raisins. ('Itrun, washed Currants, shelled Almonds, the last of the season, at C. Sehae[ers. The next regular meeung of tbe Crokinole Club will he held at, the rea- l:lense of Capt. 11. M. ,McGehee ell Tuesday, May 10t,h at, 8 o clock. " Rothschilds Souvenir Day has been post.poned to Thursday. May 5, 1898, and rumors have It that it, will be the grandest ever had in Woodville. ,uitea number nf young peopleTheyen- Ot joed a fish-fry on Tuesday. di(t not do much anffling, It Is pre- sumed tbeV had "uther fish to fry." The renowned Thompsou Glove- fitting summer Corsets, only $1, at Rothschil,l's. The eneertainment at the College by the Kindergarten class has teen postponed until next Thursday night, : May 5th, on account of sickness of < one of the class. A fall and complete line -f the eel ehrated ynn. B. Stetson & Co. Hats. in the latest shape awt stylc. Our price only $3, at R,thschilda. Mrs. Fassman entertained at dance on Wednesday evening, ziven in honor of Misses Barrow and Collin. Qllte a number of our young peqple attended this pleasant ovenl and all passed a most enjyable evening. Dr. tl. Lofton has located in out" midst, and can always be found at his office in McGehee building prepared to do all all Pinds of dentistry. We extend to Dr. Lotion a cordial wel- come, Thursday, May'-;t;h has hecn desig- nated as Souvenir day at R.o[hschlld's whell ylsi.ns of beauty and loveliness will greet the astonished eve. Nn mmh Exhibit h.s ever been displayed |u Woodvtlle. The ladies of t,/l=e'tuild will give an operetta In the near future. Miss }|arden bus charge of this entertain- lltent and, no doubt, it, will prove a success, as the best voRes in our tnwn Will be used. Mrs. Henry Johnson will slug the leading role. Am(l|l our late receipts are 10,000 yarda,t Emhr.idery, remnants in 5 yard, pieces, l'hey are put on sale al. 56, 8c and 10; worth double, at Rol, hschi Ida. We re)ted last, week in Lh(secolumns that out" merchants would begin clos- Ing their stores at, 6 o'clock on next Monday, but have sines been reform- @.,1 that this action bas been deferred 1 June lst,, and will continue un- 1st. 1898.1 Ehmh" Bel';y' f th,s place, says er had anything do him o 'much good.and give such quick relief front rheumatism as Chamberlatn's Pain Balm. He was hothered greatly with hooting'pains from him to knee ntil-h used this liniment, which relief.--B. F. Baker, Paris, Ohio. For sale Mr. B.F. Stokes who has been ir' our midst for several months buying cattle for shipment to t,ndi0m Terri- tory and Texas, left Wednesday for his home inCleburne, Texas. While here Mr. Stokes made many friends who will extend him a cor(lial wel- come should he return to our town. From reports from r merchants it is learned that business during this spring Ires been very good, beiug much in advance of any spring business 43elsie(ore. Our mercllants have wisely laid in complete stocks and an3" interruption to traffic by war will find then well supplied with goods. Lowneys Chocolates and Ben Bona at Argues. On to-morrow, at 3 o'clock, r. M. at the A. M. E. Church, the members of Woodville Lodge, No. 3581, Grand United Order of Odd Fellows will hold a Thanksgiving service. The service will be very interesting as the members of this Lodge do nothing by hah, es, The Public is col"diall invi- ted to attend. We regret that circumstances com- pels us toannounze a pos/ponement of our Souvenir Day trom Monday May 2. to Thursday May 5th, This post- pnnement was made necessary by the failure of our Souvenirs to arrive due to delay in traus|mr'tation. Remem  bet the new day Tbursday, May 5, '98. at which time we.shMl expect avisit t,o our Emporium from a vas5 num- ber'. Yours truly. M. ROTtlSCHIDS & BRO. Also received 100 doz. ladies Rich- elieu Ritibed Turner Vests, Lish TO THE t'EO"IE t iv; WlLK1NSO COUNTY. The Directors of the Few Associa- tion desire to know the sense t)f the people as totlm coati.tahoe of the Annual Fairs. To this end we ear- nestly urge every .he iutercsted in the Fair to meet tile Board of Directors in council at tbe Court lhmse at 12 o'- clock, Tuesday May 10tit. R. M. McGEIIEE, Pres. Mighty httle will enthuse out Spanish friends. They are hav- ing a jubilation over the capture of an American bark near Manila. Dr C. Kendnck has been elected President of the State Board of Health. The Board adopted the following additional resolutions : All mails shall be disinfected. Par col mail shall not be received. Relay Stations : All train crews from an infeted town making regular stops in this state and communicating with non infected localities mut be changzd and not be allowed tohave direct corn munication with certainly clean ter:- tory. This should be done at no- infected place as isolated as possibl , a siding, rather than a station, an(, certainly not in a town. Every man of the train crew, mail agent, express man, PulLman crew and train butcher, must make thisr clay. None of the merchandise of the train butcher, excepl disinfected news Thread and handsomely trimmed Would be a bargain at 25 cents bat we are satisfied with 10c; at Roths- childs. all T. =: We would again impress upon the citizens of our county the necessity ,,f meeting with the directors of Lhe Fair Ass:,cmtion on Tuesday, May 10th, 1898, so Ihat assurances can be had that assistance will be given that wih crown the Fair of 1898 as a eompete aiccess. To see the marked benefit thislnstltutlon has been to thecoun- ty, one must compare ,be number ot its good horses, cattle and hogs that was raised and owned in the c.unty rior totbe organization of the Live tuck Association to the number that ts now owned and the direct, benefit- are before you. Again the many so cial features connected with thee an- nual bringing t, ogether of cit izens from different portions of the county, to- gether with the interchange ofidem- &c., is of iLsetf pleasant aud impel tatlb enough t,o warlauh tile. coot lilt] ance of our annual Fairs. The work tbat, isrequired (,f each individual is small as c,)tnparcd to the many ()one- fits which will accrue to one and all. So donot forger the date but be ot hand pr.mptly. 1 have the famous Pratts' Stock Feed for sale. ,lust the thing fo poor, unconditioned stock. Gee J. Adams. NOTICE. An open-air Concert will be given a,t the residence of Mrs H. L. Safford. Friday, May 6th at 8 P. M. The put:lic is invited o enjoy an evening of song. music and recltatioff Admi:ston 10('. Rerreshments served. Benefit Public School Library * i.--O-,,t o Keep cool hy patromzing Argue', Sado F.untain. All tile latest novelties in BelL. from 10 2is up to 75 csjusLrecciv- ed, at Rothenilds. If you have a piano or organ t,. tune or repair, wait for J. E. lline% the old reliable piano tuner who wiil be tiere durin the mnnth of May. Mr. J. E. Hines. the ohl tellable I)iano tUnPr, has.been here for several weeks repairing and tuning pianos and organs, tie left yesterdav, bul will return daring the month of May to tune tile pipe organ in the Episco- pal Chtreh at thivh time he will fill all orders\\; for tnning and repairing pianns and organs left with Mrs. J Noble. Country orders solicited Satisfaction guarahteed or no pay. Ladies' and entlemen's Hem stihed colored bordered Handker- chiefs; others ask from 60c t.$1 20 per doz. q/e sell them at 4"0e tn 50-' per doz, Ask to see them a Roths- childs. Vhn you cannot sleep for cough- ing take Clmmberlain's Cough Reme- dy . [t ahvays gives prompt relief. It is most exeellen% for colds, too, as ,it aids expectoration, relieves the lungs attd prevents any :,tendenc to- ward pneumonia. For sale by G Kaun. WHEt You HAVE A BAD COLD. You want tbe best medicine that mn be obtained, alt(t that is Cham- berlain s Cough Remedy. You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief bUt effect a per- manent eure. You want a remedy that will relieve the lit ngs and kee I) expectoration easy. Yon want a remedy that will coun- teract any tendeucy toward pneuaio- nia. You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe!to take Chamberlatu's Cough Remedy is the only medicine itt use that meets all of these requirements. Tills teUl - edy ts famous (Jr its enres of bad colds throughout tim United States and in many foreign countries. It has many rivals but, for the speedy aud peru)aneut entre of bad colds, stanils without a peer and its spleu- did qualities are everywhere adnlired and praised. For sale by G Kann Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tter, malt rheum an4 eczema, Cham- rlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch- ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch. scald head, more nipples, itChing piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. Dr. PadT CondRl'oh Powder fo hors sre the bet tonic, blood purifier. mdverm/fn. Price, cnt. Soldby G, dff. .ery: Why will people suffer wl,. tnd[gcstien when "BLAOK-ORAUGRff" t ham papers, shall pass the relay No pos- sible fomitcs shall pas Ihe relay to the clean crew, nor shall communica tion between the t,o crew be allow- ed. 'the relay must be under the supervision of a sanitary officer. The plan for relay statS,ms set for:h in a diagram fltrnished by the M. acd O Railroad is indorsedi"  : Nement:. ! I am prepared to fill all or(lers in Oak, Pine, Poplar and Cypress Lu)n- her Mill on Woodvllle and Chatty}! road, thirteen miles south-east Woodville. HENRY SIMMONS. 4 23 1898 ly. RANGER'S NOTICE. Was taken up by T. B McCraine. at his place, near Macedonai, in tht. 3rd Supervisor's district, on-the 2is lust , the flllowing described esrays : One bay horse about i 5 hands high, [ 2 years old. brar, ded on the left hip with the letters V D I), in triangular shape. Also one bay horse colt, about 2 years old, has blaze in the face, both bind feet white, branded on the left jaw with the letter H. The horse is appraised at $25, and the colt at Yx 5. The owner is hereby notified to come for,yard, prove property, pay charges. and take tbem away or they willbc sold as the law directs. JOHN W. BRYANT, Coroner and Ranger. Woodville April 3 o, I898 3 w. STA i'E OF MIS,ISSIPP[. To Jane Bell Johns Ricks, the defen- dant : You are commanded to appear be- fore tbe chaucery court of the county of Wilkiusou. iu said state, sin th, Secoud Monday ot May A D 189. to defend the suit in said court el Eleanor Johns, wherein )ou area (lefun ant Tills 11th day of April. A D. 1898. C. A. COON, Clerk. 416 18984w. NOTICE TO CREDITORS! The creditors of tile estate of M. A Fergusou deceased are hereby noti- fied, that ou the 9th day of May t898. the claims against said estate will be taken up for examinatiou and adju- dication, attd that alt claims must be filed, with the undersigned clerk i>f the chancery court of Wilkiqsou conuty, by said dsy and all creditors may attend 'lhis llth day of Mav 1898. C. A. COON Clerk. 4 16 1898 4w. STATE ()F MISSISSIPPI, L'o Thus. L. Curry: W. H. Curry, AnnieJ. Curry, Julia Curry and .las. L Curry mor heirs and de fendants and their father Thus. H. Curry : You are command to appear before the chancery conrt of the county of Wilkinson in said state on the Cud Mt}nday in May A D., 1898 to deleqd the suit in said e,,urt of Susie I). Peens herein you, the said tnint)rs, are defendants. This 15;hday of April A. D. 1898 C. A COOPT, CLerk. 4 16 1898 4w. NOTI CE. BIDS to btti/d a bride mero Crooked hreek near Mrs M E Oden ' s according to specifications on file iu the Chancery t'lerk's oitiee will be received up to 9 o'ch)ck a m ou the 1st Mandav in May 1898 The Board reserves tile right to reject any and all bids" C. A Coo.w, Clerk. 4 9 1898 4w. NO HUE 'FO TEACfIERS. Exautinati-ns will be heht in Apri} aec.rding Io law, on the lt,, 2ud. 3rd and 4'h Fridays and Saturdays in April 1898. JosI,'PH ,l,mss,, Supt of Education. 'i 19 1898 4w. LUBER: We are preDared t. fill at, shtwt n(}tiee any wder for Rough C)'Dross LUMBEt at low prices. C.rrespnn- dence soli('ited. JNO. F. LRVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. FOR SALE. --Improved Chufa the host known hog feed, no pest. 10. cts quart., 75eta l;ek, delivered in W,odville. Send orders t., |1.1aui, Miss. CHAS. F A. KId, OGet. 354w. TI-IE GEM SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STO(:K OF : : PUE LIQT OIlS --o SUCII AS o OLD 2fOSVOPOLE RYE, P UR ITd,V _RYE, .FtE./VCH BRteVD Y', IVI.VES, ETC. Choice 8rock of FINE C/C, AR8 A/ways on Hand. liThose is need of PURE LIQUOIS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examine my stuck, A. s. JOHNSON. JUST IIA full hne of the well known Manha,,tan ! SHIRTS, ! White and Colored I 00Vhich we offer for a short time ONLY at 7s and $i worth S1.25 and $1.50. 'I MarOn Rothschtld& Bro. I J P. H. WHITE. W.S. WItITE. White Grocery C0., MAIN STREET. Under Masonic Hall. DEALEltS IN Fancy and Staple Groceries, Candy. Cakes, Fruitsof all kinds, Tobacco and Cigars. Best Extracts io town. Feb 1298 ly. S. MARANTO, CHOICEST Fruits, Ovsters, Nut )f all kxnds, and Fresl, "Family Gro ceries. Receives daily Fancy Can- (Iv of all kinds. Maecaroui cook- elt ill the best style, from 9 , M. to 8 P. . Main St. Opposite Baum& Dampf. Feb 1298 ly. WALSH & WiLSOH, .I CONTRACTORS OF BRICK i CIVIENT Estimate Furnished Patronage Solicited. [,pav(, ov(| OV. ,:..tin W.,tllin & IIh'k'ay or Ben Irow n's. Brber bhop. Dee 18 $972m. F()R SALE "l'h+, Patrick planta*i,,n situated on Ohl River, ilki:l,,,m C,un'v, 51is. I parlicu.ars al,plv t,,, kt', P. S VENTREgS \\; oodvllle, ?,liss. 3 19 18.q8 4w. PUS I ['iONS ,,U AllAN [',E,). JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler, Our stock is alwav complete, comprisi'g the latest atnl newest designs in : : : Diamonds, Watckes, Clocks, Jewelry, Sliver-ware, ovelfTes, Catlerz, Specfacles, ;Eye-lasses &c. Repairing ! Is a special feature of our busine,$, aug we are omlident, with our Prices, Aceur,acy ) attl t romptuess, we call please you : : WE.-+ CUARANTEE O U/ WORSt NO I'ICE. The public are hereby natifiod that Htmtut_ ispr.hihited tin tl,e ,ur- ,..retie, ELmw,,d, Bellevivw aud (;ar- den l'lanlaions. All former permits are hereby reo vo ke(i. CiIkS. C'.)H EN. N, iv. 20/ 1897-tf r ) CRESIASS NOTICE. Huuting nr otherwise tresl)aMng To (raduates of I[aaris' Practical ' nn the McMauus, Farisb and B(wlio, Ilushtss College, Seh- 1 of Sh,}rt Green places ts strictly plu)hibitM nu- Ilamt, Telegraphy. etc,. Jackson der penalty of lira law. All forlnvr Mississippi. perrnission s revoked We have bou_ffh tim Wavatt ('ol- lege hereaud at Meridiau.hnt have eloe(I out the one at Meridian. aud propared to ffive student the v.,,ry best busines,traiuing to be had ; ,y- where, t:atal fftle 8(Hit "n ,oplica- tiara. N..i. IIAR, IIS, President. ,tacks.hi. Miss. Sept. ] 1, 1837-tf l NOT["E, I have lust received and will keep constantly on hand a full snpplyo: C()FFINS and , ASKETS, NO [ ICE. "L'I{ES PASS ..... I of all St, les. which I will sell at rea- All hun*,iu ou nlv I,lacg.|s triotlv s,,nabte prices. prohibited und,'r I)enallv ff.lhe law; St|up opposite V. C, B,mnJv, res- Mtta E;Vk .}@0tt.. ' Men(',. TtIO$. ROL.kND. ft. g l97tf.. IL M. McGEIIEE. J. 11. PENDLEi'ON. ( Sept. 4, 196-tf. FOR ALE. Thehone and lot iu W,,o:lville, south we:tofllmpublicsq arekm,wu asthe Suan Se,tt lot a,I},,i,,ing Jut f.l)r L ,,V Magrmt,,r apo+v t,i il  :a.,; i:J,roN.. 11 201897 if. ii : 00N1NNN0000 Men's ,%traw ltats, 25e to, S1 50. \\;Vc have a full of Hamilton-llrown Shoe Co's 00hoes, in the latest styles for ,%ummer, These goods are honest as one of Uncle Nam's, gold dollars, and you will be: pleased with them. Every thing bran span new and neat: : for Summer wear. C, SCHAEFER, - I C KA N VOODVILLE, " " " " ' " DEALER IN-- DRUGS and MEDICINE,, CHFMI00t.% Publtc Sclmol Book00 -,ancv  and ToJ l't dk.1 tlOXi Stationery, Paintef,'s Spplies, Cuttlery iwurni;, in Hardwa re, lt&m inating Oils, Garden eed e. ,t:=*Phvsieians prcriptlons carefult) comlmunde(, and orders cor)'ectl, vl-t ( ek selected i , graL care andwarranted as represented, v. S. 9I..--y. F. A. McLAI McLAIN & VENTRESS, htt0my= g0m=10r= WOOI)VILLE. MISS. ()fflee in McGehee building. DR. (3. S. AMILTON, ENTlST, OIBce at Schlesmge" rduuse April 18, '95 ly. W P 8. VENRTES D, C. Bi&,uLIT', ,. BramIett & Ud/. C '; Attmeys ad d,h00: WOODVILLE, MI88., Office in MtGhoe Bui ,ner(.ivl ]G)w. J. H. JONES. %hss. Attmey al d WOODVILLE, M Ifg,.. Office at,ova the Republitn Of" DR. CHAS, E CATCHINGS WOODV,J.E : : ; -.SS. Office iu Adams Drag Store. ny Jr4, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician ad Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MIS. Office al remidenee, AFril 7, .88 1. DR C. C. Cit08S. Dental argeon, W'g)ODVILLE. MISS. Office up stairs over the I ost(,fflce. A. G. 8HANNOR, WOODVI LLE, MISS. Will praete in all State ud United StaLes courts in this State Real estate bought an,1 -rld on com- mission. Office oa ('mn,teial Row Ai00m00y 0000010r Office np stairs iu the Odd FeLlows Building. DR. J0N F. TRERREL, physician and Surgeon W, OODViLLE, MISS, Ofee on Main St. at his old St,rod Jl00bl A, LOWRY, FU bI ERLL 2IRECTOR. A Fuil tuek of Mctalic aud Wood- en C o2hls always on hand at W;ood- vi!ic, :&iss., Mahi bt,- 8. C'LT000000I2: DEALER 1N-- Family and Fancy tmneries, ,Oysters, Tro ad kinds, Sugar, CuffS( Slarch, Raisins Nu's f all (anned Fruit and Fish, &c. Fine I)raud chewing Tohaeeo, Fresh Bread every day. New plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y TRESPASS NOTIOE. All huntin and Retreat and Damer(m pmh:blted, nder oct, 9th '97.--t f. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fishing or trespassing on Glen .Burnm s strictly prohibited under he law. All tormer permi yoked. GEe. T,  TIESPASS /OTICE0 Arty person eaugat. or otber wise Collins or Old Lewis prosecnted to the full aw. All former permisstoaa ed. F; D. d . 11. S d .D ald 5 , THE BE00T South-West Corner of I have always ou hand artiste of |aa00y Tll[R BEST VABIRTIIt OF CIGARS, Dbmeq,and Im t'ate Liquors. Vermouth. Bottled and Keg Beer, i Ioe always on hand. STy friends an/ ud me r;tt$ to 3o bnatnq. A.,IL Marh 12 92/ .