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p Saturday: June 4. fictal Journal of the Cor- poration of Wo0dville. Smple Announcements of marria- zesand deaths will be published vithout charge.}lltoit per anttUtl. Cash ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET ]ew Orleans, May, 7, 1898. t '.of ton-- Middling ......................... .6 This is C.mmencement week _ ,e.e-. lion J. A. Redhead was in town ycsterday. JOB  ORK AT TIIE [.F.PUBLICAI'. This office has just completed the annual catalogue of the Edward Mc- Gehee College, and we unhesitatingly pronounce it as neat and artistic work as can be done anywhere; large cities not excepted. This job was completed in less than a week after receiving copy The renowned 'rlmmpson Glove- fitting, summer Corsets, only $1, at Rothschihl's. Chas. RDay will supply you w:th the latest Periodicals, Magazines, papers etc., A choice line of aGvels now on hand. The sudden death of lion. II. S. Van Eaton who was a prtmincnt Mason caused the reception that was to havebeen tendered Grand Master J. M. Stone, by Asylum Lodge 63F & A. M. to be abandoned. The mem- bers of Asylum Lodge were disap- pointed in not being able to show some mark of appreciation to the :_. visit of the Grand Master and distin- The drougth in this section has guishedcitzen to our town. been broken. Dent' you feel better since the dust has been settled. I keep Tin Top Jelly Glasses. G. J. ADAPTS. Mr. J. A. Ven'tes::ls at iome again after a visit to his Louisiana planta  tiom For all kinds of Sewin,,{ Machine needles call at Days' Drug Store. _ o-s Quite a number of visitors are in town on account of the Commence- lilent exe rcises. MessrsWood, Buck and Carter of Blyou Sara, attended the dance in our town Tuesday night. First class brick for sale by A. r. Benedict. Thirty vardsgood Sea Island cot tea for $1, at R,,)thschihts. Mr. C. E. Mel)avct a popular tmlrist was here during the week in tam interest of his firm. A fresh l-t of candy jqt received atCha. R l).y's 1)lugbtore. Tbe young people of our town spent a very pleasant evening at a danco f;'en hy Miss Incz Inman last Tues- day nigi t. Mr. J. E. Itines. :helnano tuner is tn town prepared to do all work in his line. Crokin.leClub will be entertained by Mr. , Mrs. II. B. McGehee. at W twood, Friday eyening June 10th, 1 ,., q:se Bal! goods of all Muds go to i)ays' Drug Store. Owing to our gffing to pres lrrior to tbe cxercises a the College Chnpet we will defcre have a full aec-unt of the closing of the College until our next. issue. Base Balls, liars and MiLs st Or:o. J. ADA.IS. Mr. L. B. Watt' we are sorry U} stateiqnite sivk in Jackson. Miss. tie is at tJe h,me of Mr. S. II. Stock- Also received 100 doz. ladies Rich- elieu Rinbed Turner Vests, Lisle Thread and handsomely trimmed. Would be a bargain at 25 cents but we are satisfied with 10c; at Roths- childs. ela ii_-- Try a bottle of Adams Sarsaparilla and purify your blood. 25 cents cheaper than tIoods at GEO. J. ADAMS. The Woodville Base Ball Club will inaugurate the base bail season of 898, on Friday June th, they will have for their opponents the strong Centenary College nine of Jackson La. and this fact, alone ,ught to assure a good attendance. Both clubs are very strong and no doubt their contest will be close and exciting. Before tim game there will be a street parade consisting of the band and the two nines, nndthe new grounds will be formerly opened, Carpenters are now at work fixing up the grand Stand. DOUGL A S COOPER GILDART. The many friends of DOUGLAS C GILl)ART will regret to hear of his death which occurred at his resi- dence on Thursday m()rning. Beginning withan attack of typhoid ,ever which developed later into lung trouble, his illness was of severa I months duration, thouuh hlsdeath was quiet and peaceful and somewhat unexpected. DOUGLAS GILDART was horn March 1st. 1858. lie was a most considerate friend and unusualt, kind and affectionate son ann brother. Ile was upright, honest and honorable in all the walks andrelations of life. IIe was as fearless a gentleman as the writer ever knew. The kindest at- tentinnof his friend and physician, of other friends and his relatives soothed his wea,'y illness and his last hours. May his long rest be one of peace. A full and emplete line of the eel- eirated Jno. B. Stetson & Co. lists, in tile latest shape anq styles. Our price only $3, at Rothsclfihls. lib'. = A CARD TO THE PUBLICH I have sold to Mr. Chas. R. Day my PROGRAM FOR COMMENCE- MENT. Commencement Sermon Ray. T.B. Holloman, Sunday, June 5th, 11 A. M- Final ,'Concert--Monday, June 6th, 8 e. r,. Reading of Essays by Graduates and Awardingdistincttons Tues- day, June 7th, 10:30 A. M. Commencement Exercises Tuesday, June 7th, 8 e. . Frank Sherwood was down town to-day, the first time since he had his tussle with cholera morbus, lie says he drove thirty nliles after he was ta- keu. and never came so near d)ing in his life. After this when he goes out in the conntrv he will take a bottle of Chamberlain;s Colic. Cholera and Diarthoea Remedy wltn him.--Mis- souri Valley (Iowa) Times. For sale by G KANN. L New gdvertisements, :NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Board of Educatiou on Monday, Jhne I3th, 1898. JOSEPH JOlINSON, Supt. of Educatiou. May 4, 1898, 4-w. U. C. . Woodville Camp No. 49 will meet at the cmlrt house at 4 o'clock r. M. on Tuesday Jnne. 7th 1898 t(rr tile con- sideration of imporLaut business. J. It. JONES, Comander. P. M. STOCKETTE, Adjutant. LUMBER. Owing to the dull times and strin- gency of tire money market, until further notice lumber will bc deliver- ed iu Woodville at $7 50 pet" thous- and unless strictly all h,art. W. G. IIuFF, JR. May, 4, 1898. 4-w. :NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice to creditors of Estate of ( ]I. S VAN EATON i)ee'd. / LettersTestameutary of the will of deceased were granted to the nnder- siff.ed executor by the Chancery court (rf Wilkiuson county Mississippi, on tire lstday o[ June 1898 Aml all persoqs having claims against the estate of de'd. are Imrchy required to have the sa,ne probated and register- ed by tim clerk of said Chancery court witifin one year A failure tooro- bate and register auy claml against said eslate for one year from tile 4th day of June 1898, will bat" said claim. This the 2ud (lay of Juue 1898. PETER IoI, LER, Executor. May 4 1898, 4-w. REGISTRATION NOTICE. In accordance with Section 21 chap- ter 51 of the acts of 1894 and chal)ter 113 and especially Sections 3615 and 3687, I x;ill visit the following named pre('incts ou the days hereinafier mentioned for the purpose of regis- terinff those wire have not imretofore registered, to- w it: Precinct. Date. Woodville, Monday and Tuesday 6th and 7th June 1898. Turnbnll, Wed,ms(lay,Tune 8 1898, Whitestow n Thnraday Centreville Saturday Coons Mill Monday Macedonia V,e,lnesday Dry Fork Friday Perrytowu Monday Rosetta Tuesday ('ohl Springs Thursday Beaver Creek Saturday 9 11 13 15 17 20 21 " 23 " 25 ett., who was kind enough to take hint, anti we hope hcwill soon be able to join his company. It seemed that the rain would never eo:ncasit fell all arSnnd us during the week, hut it come at last on yesterday and every b,dy and every- thing looks and feels the better there- lore. See,tles R:,isius. ('I,r(rn, wasl|ed Currants, shelled Almonds, the lasl of Lhe season, at O. Seimefers. Acomph'te assortment of printed Camhrie% Percale and Ma,las clotls, just Lhe thing forladies' shirt waists, at rolhsclnhl's. Ten or twelve young ladie and gen;lemen og l;ayou %ra mime up on M,nday evening train to nttenda moonlight picnic given at, the resi- dnce (rf Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Davidson. "Pev all reported having had a most euj,ryat,le t inte. Cigaretts, cigarett I)al,ers and tobacco of all kin(| with a cimiee line of cig'trs at Day's I)rug Store. The fnrneral of Douglas (}. Gildart was conducted by the ltev. J. W, Cris- ler, at the residence at 9, . )I. yester- day, nnd the burail was at the family graveyard, a sh.)rt distance east, of town. Sorrowing friends in large llumhers attended tile services and the interment. The famous aratoga water, ice cold, on draught at GF.O.J. ADA.tS. The ent,ertainment closes the term of the Graded IIigl, School will take pineat the Mas-nic tIall ou next. Tlursday night. The public can ex- pect something good. as those in charge of it are up to date. ltis rumored thattle entertainment, will excel that of last year. jentlemen s I/era- Ladies' and -' stilchcd eoh,rcd bordered lIandker, chiefs; otlers ask from 60e to$1 20 per d,z. VCe sell thenl at 40c to 50c per ,loz. Ask to see them a Roths- child's. Closing Exercises of he Graded School Thursday, June, 9th, 1898. 9 A, t. to 12 t., public exercises at school Drug Store together with all accounts Percys Creek Men,lay ' ' due the store and would respectfully Old River Wednesday " Fort Adams Friday July ask a contimlance of patronage to PinckneyvilieSatm:day " him so liberally extended me. Donegal Tuesday ' GEORGE ARGUE In reference to.above, I invite you Lo give me a share of your patronage and will be pleased to have you call, even though you do not, make a pur- cbae. :No trouble to show goods. It will be my desire to serve you well at all Limes. CtlAS. R. DAY. In a resent letter from Brashington. D.C.. to an old frien01. MajorG. A. Stn(tcr for twenty years U. S. Connl tit Singapore. says: " While at Des Moines I became acquainted witha linament knowu as Chamberlam's Pain Bahu, which I foundexccllent against rheumatint as well as against orcness of the throat and chet (giv- ing me much easier breathing ) I had a touch of pneumonia early tins week and two applications freely applicdto the throat and chest relieved me of it at once. I wonhl not be without it foe aa2thing " For sale by C. KANN. TIIE AMERICAN NAVY, CUBA ANI) HAWAII. ,,}portfulia, in ten parts, sixteen vies in each Dart,, of the finest half t(me pictures of LheAmerican Navy, Cuhaand tlawaxi, has just, Deeu is- sued try a Chieago pnhllshimz "house. The lllin,is Con}rat Railroad has made arrangettkents for a special edi- tion for the henetlt of its patrons, and a specimen cop}, can be seen at the local I. C. ticket (;ffice. Single parts mavbehadat ten cents each, the tuliset, one hundred and sixtypic- Lures, costs but one dollar. Subscrip- tions for the set may be left with the agent. Iu view of the preseu exeite- mentregarding Cnha these pictures are very timely. Call |at t, he ticket office and see them. e.= Among our late receBIts are 10,000 yards of Embroidery, remnants in 5 yard pxeees. They are put on sale at 5e, 8e and 10; wortlt double, at Rothschilds. CIIAMBERLAIN'S COUGII REME- DY ALWAYS PROVES EFFEO- TUAL. There are no better mcdiciues on the market than Chamberlaiu's We ilave used the Cough Remedy whcu all otilers failed, aud in every instance building. Patrons and othcrsinterest- it proved effectual. Almas daffy we hear the virtues of Chamberlain's rein ed in educatiomfl progres fire urged edies extolled by those who have timd to attend. Concert at' Masonic tIall. I them. This is not an empty puff. I)oor open at 8 P. M. Exercises begin I paid feral so mucil a line, but is yon promptly at 8:30 P. x., No cha'rges I uutarfly giyen in go0d faith, in the for admittance; Refrhments served bop that suffering humanity may try these remedies and. like tim writer, bc hen, tit School Library. 2t cordial benelited._.Frou I the Glenville (W. invitati,n iscxtended the puLlicto Va,) Pathfinder, For salebv im preseut. - 1 G, KANN. 29 '' After wlfich the books will be kept I open at my office for five days to reg-' ister all who may apply who are enti- tled to register, bnt all parties wish- in_,2 to vote iu the eoming November electron m,,st register four months before the day of election. K. F JOIINSON. Lireuit Clerk and Registrar. 5 14 1898 4w. STRAYED OR STOLEN. One small iron gray mare aboutl2| haodshigh, about 6years old, very small head andqnite spirited. Any one returning same to lne will Ire re- warded. JAS. IIENDRIOXS, Ft Adams, Miss. 5 14 4w. NOTICE. BIDS to build a bridge acros :reek near II. T. Sharp's acc(n'ding to speci- fications on file in the cbaneery clerk's office will t,e r(,('eived up t,o 9 o'clock A..L. on ]st M,,nday in June 1898. The Board reserves t'ie right, to reject any und all bids. 0. A. Coo, Clerk. 5 14 IS98 4w. LUMBER: We are pre0ared to fill at short notice anyorfler for Rough Cypres- LUMBER atlow prices. Correspou- deuce suli(.ited. JNO, F. IRVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of ,tter, salt rheum and eczema. Cham- oerlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch- ing and smarting ahnost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent ere. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated ltds. Dr. Cady's Condlilon Powders for horses are he best tonic, blood purifier advermifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldby G. K'e/ W. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are hereby forl)idden to hunt or otherwise trespass on my lands known as tim Gihlart tra, t, the Lubertv tract and Fleet trat about 1 ,nile norlh-east of Weodvi le under penaP.y of the law F. F, Bg 'r. Dee. 19, '36-tf | 2t war package of " BLACK-0RAUGHT" X of ehaa'e at TI-IE 6E/00 00ALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : PTl=E LIQU Ol= o SUCII AS o OLD JOWOPOZE t YE, P UI I Td W R FE, PIEWCH BRdWD , WIWJES, ETC. Choice 8rock of FINE CISAR$ A/ways on Hand. iThose is need of PURE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well to call aud examine my stock. A. S. JOHNSON. I I JUST REOEIVED known A full line of the well Manhattan SHIRT$,t00 White and Colored l l,'h Which we offer for a short time ONLY at and $11 worth $1.25 and $1.50. Martin Rothschild & Bro. P. H, WtIITE. W.S. WItITE. White Grocery 0o., MAIN STREEE Under Masonic Hall. DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Groceries, Candy, Cakes, Fruitsof all kinds, Tobacco and Cigars. Best Extracts in town. Feb 12 98 ly. S. MARANTO, * --DEALER IN-- C ........ s " rnitr Oysters, nt ....... lr Fanri Gxo' of all kln(I.q, au(t t' re. Y ' ; " Fal)c Can certes, l{ecc,ves daily " ,Y -: d of all kinds. Maccaroni rook- ed iu the best style, from 9 x. . "to 8 r. . M[ln ,t. Opposlto lttum & l)a'ml)f. Feb 12 98 ly. WALSH & WILSON, CON TRACTORS OFlto BIIC] , CEMENT Estimates Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Ord(r with W,,ttlin & tlickey or Ben Irowu%, B,rber Shop. Dec 18 97 2m. FOR SALE. The Patrick plantation situated on Ohl River, Wilkinson Counlv, Miss. containing about 320 acres. For parLicu!ars aPl,ly to, W. P. S VEXTrESS. Woodvdle, Miss. 3 19 1898 4w. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler, Our sto(k |s always complete, comprising the latest atld newest desigus iu : : : Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver-ware, toveltles, 'Calery Spectacles, 1ye-Glasses &c. Repairing ! Is a special featt,ro of onr business, aud wo ae confident, with our Prices, Accuracy and Promptness, we cau please you : ; WE-4 CUARANTEE 0 UR WOR.K'. NOTICE. The public are hereby notified that IIuntm is prohihited on the ur- get}e, EImwood, Bellview and Gor- don Plantations. ALl former l)ermlt are herebv re voked. CH.t8. COLI E'N. Nov. 20, 1897-tf TRESPASS NOTICE ]Iunting or otherwise trespassing To Graduates of lIaaris' Practical otl the McManus, Farish and Bowling Business College, School of Shorti Greeu places is strictly prolfibitod nn- lisa(l, Telegraphy, etc,, Jackson,] der penalty of the taw. All foL'mor Mississii)pi. permissions revoked We have bought the Wayatt Col- leges here and at Meridian, but have closed out the our at Meridian, aud prepared to ive students the v-.ry best business trainiug to be imd any- where. Catalogue sent an l)pliea- tion. N.d. IIARRIS, President. Jackson, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTICE, I hae just received aud will keep constantly ol imnd a full supply of -c COFIINS and CASKEIS, It. M. McGEItEE. J. ]I. PENDLETON. Sept. 4, 1896otf FOR SALE. The house and lot in Woodville, south west el the public square known as th St}sau cott ,! t adjoining lot ot Dr L W Magruder, apply to ]I S VAN EATON. 11 -'20 1897 tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting on Stmral| and Schae- of all Styles, which I will sell at rea- fer places is strietly prohibited under sonable prmes. Strop oppositeTlio.W.C. BonnVsRoLAND.res- [ penalty of the law. L.W. t[AGRuDER. ideuce. tll 20 97 tf. ,kuX, 21. 1897-ti t ! NEW GOODS. IV have jst received another large shipment of Dry Goods which are of- fered this week at the uszal low prices, On, or eoznters will be fou, nd the latest designs in, .Dotted Swiss Dimitties and other oods sHtable for mmer wear, while our excellent assortment of imported white O#a- dies will repay an, investiatior. Belts Gloves and ,Slippers in, wM2e kid, are very fashionable, ad will be found here in great variegy C. 00CHAEFER. ........ | I m C KANN. WOODVILLE, " " " " " ' ' DEALER IN DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMiC,at,00 Public School Books 'oboOO ,lnL  l;e'. Stationery, Painters Szpplies, Cuttlery ICrni? ind Hardware, lllminatin2" Oils. e Garden Seed @'n'do. a or Physicians recriptions carefully compounde , der orrctl mt,... ccek selected $ith grat care andwarranted as represented, a, o-- v. 8.9 z..y. II I ' I I' I| " F. A. McLAtN. W.P.S. VENRTS McLAIN & VENTRESS, Att0ruep),d husel0rl at Law, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in McGehee building. DR. CHAS. E, CATCHINGS WOODVt,,LE  : : : tISS" Office in Adams Drng Stoi'e. uy J14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAORUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office at residence. April 7, .88 ly DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeou, W 0 0DVILLE. MIS& Office up stairs over the Postoffice. A. G. SHANNON, tt, t00,"ne! Cmsel0r tt hw WOODVIbLE, MIS:. Will prache in all State and United Statea courts in this State Real estate bought aud - ld on corn mission. Oflio on -'mm're;a Row DI JOHN F, THERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS. Office ou Main St. at his old Stand JOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A I2ull Stock of Metalic aild 'ood- en Coffins always on hand at Wood- viIl(L Miss., Main St. Treslm Noiiee. All persons found huntlng, fislung or otherwise trespassing on the Bur namwood plantation about 3 mile south of Woodvitle will be prose euted to the full extent of the law. Astrict watch will be kept on am plantation for trespassers. L. W. MAGrrDIR J. O, B,ML.IT. W.F. T Bramlett & Tucker. Att0rn0p ad C00ml0n g hw, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office iu Mudohee Buildiu Om_ mercial Row, 2_, J. H. JONE& Att000! =d C0m@ g h,, WOODVILLF M][SS Office abova the Republicau Oe Sl DEALER IN-- Family and Fancy Groceries, Co$t tloneries Oysters, Tropical Fruit @ a'l kindsi Sugar, Coffee, Flour op Starh, Raisins, :Nu:s of all kiad Canned Fruit aud Fisi, &e, Fine brand chewing TobaCco.  Fresh Bread every day. piles arriving dail March 21, 1896-y TRESPA SS NO TIOE. All hunting and trespasl ot Retreat an d Da meron places Is at.tie}  prohibited, underpena]ty of the laW, M ASO 8OiV Vrj. Octq 9th '9,.--f f. TRESPASS NOTICE. tall huuting, flhing or otlfWlSltlt respassing on Glen Btirnle ptailtlttt s "strictly prohibited under Inalty d he la w, All tormer ,permi}a|oml t- yoked. Go. T. McG, TRESPASS OT],Eo Any person eanght huntia or otherwise trespassing Collins or Ol(I LeWis plaee Will prosecuted to the full aw. All former permiiona ed. F.D. Lrwzs. _ ..... - d. It, dWDMdJ ucCeor to PHE BEST South-West Corner of I have always on hand a SUl eio article of IHR B];T VARIIII OF TI1] BR2T nlAlgD80 CIGARS, Domestic and I Imrh [. Fanv Liquors, Velmouth, Cordll,e Bottled and Keg Beer, Im, [ee always on hand. My friends =rid cnsomers will Id find me ready to do bns{nea. Marh lil, 92, and Trde,.Mar obnt ent busine conducted q Orrli mte from c:EarRe, Ou f. O.