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July 9, 1898     The Woodville Republican
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Saturday, July 9. 5c|al JoUrnal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. WEATHER _&amp;bid CROPS. The weather conditions during the week has been rather favorable to both cotton and corn, and if il con- tinues dry for several days more the set back to the crop from wet weather in many instances will he overcome and the crop will he in fine condition. YOUR DOCTOR FIGttTS Disease with medicine. If the medicine is not right he cannot conquer disease. If the drug- gist does his duty the medicine will be right, and your doctor will standi a good chance of winning the victory. i 1 7 i +'iple Announcements of marria- Corn is nearly made and the yield zes and deaths will be pubhshed promises to be large, while the cotton crop is rather spotted, some sections without charge. llllSCFi I11 i olfli pt'r  II I1 II Ill. Cash ....... : ................ $1 50 $2 00 Otherwise .................. -MARKET. Yffew Orleans, July 1, 1898. I :otton ..5 15-16 Middling ................... -The weather continues extremely hot. report.log the crop in line condition while others are complaining of the grass. Don't forget we are headquarters for all Base Ball Goods. Day's Pharmacy. The Guild expe_cts to carpet and paint the Episcpa2 Church this month. All members are especially re- quested to attend the next meeting July20th as important bugsaess is to You can help your doctor by having your prescriptions filled here at Chas R. Day's Drug Store. This remedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza. It has become famous for its cures of these diseases, over a large part of the civilized worht. Tim most flattering testimo- reals have been received, giving ac- counts of its good works; of theag- gravating dud persistent cougljs it has cured; of severe colds that havo yiel- dedpromDtlytoits soothmg effects, Mr.W.C. Stta?t=:of Perey'sCreek was a visitor to our town Wednesday. The Ltterary Club met yesterday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ar- gue, JOB" ,' ORK AT TIlE IiEI'UBLICAN. Monday is Dress Goods Day at, -oTIISCIIILD'S. See proceedings of the Board of Board of. Supervisors in another column. Dr. Patrick from the western por- tion of our county spcut Wednesday in our town. Mr.G.A. WetIIn loll on Monday for North.Carolina and will be absent for sometime. House Slippers for Ladies and Gen- tlemen at C. HA EFERS" Mr. Gee. J. Adams spent several days this week as the guest, of Mr. Mason Snoden. = =- m--to Ir, D. W. Brown was in town last aturday and reports crops in his section as being very fine. :Notice C. Schafer's change of ad- vertisement in which he offers great reductions for one wuek only. The work on the buildings of the new gin is progressing nicely and will 'be completed in the near future. Rev. Chas. Chrisler tilled the Metk- ,:dist pulpit Sunday and delivered two able sermons to large congregations. days in New Orlean during the weev cturnlng home Wednesday evening. Masnn's Self-sealing Jars, all sizes. <. and tin top jelly ghlsses, at : . Get. J. Adams. zi,'Mr.has:. Day returned with her mother to Baton Rouge this LTi, /mnr'iihig, where she will spend several -:  weekN. Roy. Mr. Brown has been called as resident Rector for St. Pauls Church, and wi'.l hold hi first service on Aug. . .,ut, 7th.  Dress Goods Day Monday at, ROTn$CIII[LD'S .. Mr. Dorsey Glass of Morning Glory was in towu on Thursday. lie repro'Is .crops in very good coudition in that 10cal lt,y. Circuit Courbopens next Monday. The indications now are that it will wind up in several days as the docket is extremely light. Prof.a'-l Mrs."':P: Kemper passed tbrough Woodville during the early .part of the week, bound for their home In Vicksburg. Sheriff Sessions lfb here on Monday morning and captured goyal Liberty who shot llenry Wright last summer Liberty is now sate in jail. :Misses Odile and Ida ilood left on ?,his morning's rain for Laurel llill, to attend a House Party giveu by Mr. and Mrs. D. Stewart. i t.-Q- a -- Business to the casual observer t ..... eemsrather dull in and about our town, hut at this season it is to be expected, still trade continues better "than iast year. WEDDINg PRESENTS, at ,lo. Sarphie. The Jeweler. The Fourt,h 0f July was duly cele- brated here by the booming of Old Grover and the raising of Old Glory. Quite a number of our merchants had flags displayed from their storcs. Mr. Jos. Johns.n, Supt. of Educa- tion, returned home last Sunday from Olfotd where he has l)ecn attending l, he :Normal. Mr. Johnson reports heing benefitted very much much by his trip. With every $3 ,(rh purchased for cash an album of Uncle Sam's :Navy will' he presented to the purchaser a! I)OT HSCIIILDS Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davidson gave a .delightful dance at their home in West End Wednesday niuht, in honor of t.beir sisters who are visiting them. All present had a delight ful time. Mr. J, Burruss ,'l'cGcece who has been in had health for sometime past, will leave Monday for some health re- sort in the North. We hope lie will te much henifli,Led by the trip and return home hale and hearty. %?, CIGARS, CmARfi'i';rS, AD TO- BACCO. A choice line of FiVe and Ten cent Cigars. Cigarc%es and Cigarette Pa- pers and all kinds of Tobacco at, Chas, IL Day's Drug Store: Mr. South Williams, who attev, ded school at Starkville, came home the first of the week. Ite says there was great enthusiasm among the boys at -,'" "she outbreak t)f the war, and that 13 )lit ,of _15  ,:.t&it,et, be transacted. .-.---, and of the dangerous attacks of croup Roy. and Mrs. Wohlberg were made it has cored, often saving the life of happy by the arrival of a young son the chihl. The extensivo use of it for last week. It the young man will but whooping cough has shown that it grow Up in the footsteps of his father, no greater blessing cau be wished for. We congratulate the happy parents. FISIIIbTG TACKLE. For Hooks, Lines, Corks. Etc., go to Chas. . Day's Drug Store. robs that disease of all dangerous con- sequences. 8old by G. Kann. New &dvertisements. OTICE. Timrc will be a meeting of the Democratic: Exeentiye Committee on Mr. and Mrs:bla rtin Rothschild Monday the llth inst., ill Woodville returned from Natchez on Wednesday at 11 o' All members are re- morning via Fort Adams, having quested to be present. R M. McGmn..'E, Chairman. gone there on Sunday to attend the celebration of .,the Glorious Fourth. They report having had .a most en- joyable ti me. e,-. Mrs C. E. Fenner and her attractive daughter Miss Ethel came up from New Orleans on 17rid' y of lasl week and are the guests of Mr and Mrs Pen- dleton.. Their many friends will be glad to know that they will spend the summer htr. 1Gefore taking your your summer trip call and see our line of Trucks, Trav- elling Bags and Valises. Complete new stock at the proper prices. C. SCHAEFER. The Board of .Suoervisors met in regular session ()n Monday and barely had a quorum as members C. T. et,- Lerville dud W J Jenkins were abseut, both being confined to their homes by illness. This is the flrss time this Board has nob had a full attendance. Mr. Affred BesTre'turued home ou Tuesday from Baton Rouge where he liasbeen attending school. Alfred has taken the entire course at this College and graduated with honors. Ilo will take tip the study of pharma- cp next session at that school and azt as an assistant. D,D on e/,;,:;uly 5th in Aug- tin, Texas, of typhoid fever. IIugh L. Davis, Esq. This'sad news was learn- ed from the Picayune of the 6th inst., and came as a shock to the many friends of the family here. Mr. Davis lmvesa wife and son to muurnhis loss, attd to them we extend our-sin- eel',St sympatlty. Try a hottle of Adams Sarsaparilla and purify your blood. 25 cents cheaper than IIoods at GEe. J ADA.Mq. Wilkinson County's superiority over other places as a stock raising county has again been demonstrated by the winning -f a pacing race by Mr (2. W. IIcnderson's roane filly in atchcz on July dth. She out paced all horses entered against her in fine style and won easily. Mr. Gee. Fisher has her in charge and she will no doubt prove a very fast attlnial. The Crokinol'c% lub met, at lh' / hospital residence of Mr. and lrs./ MasonSnowdenonthelstint. See- t oral members were absent, but a most/ delighlful evening was spent. Mrs." Catchlngswon the ladies first prize, a pretty set, of nut-picks and Mr. Itcnry J3h uson the gentlemans. The Boobies were secored by Mrs R. M. MeG,hoe and 31r C. G. McGehee Jr. I havo been afflicted with rheuma- tism for fourteen years and notinng seemed to give any relief I was able to be aronu(i all the time. but cou- stautlv suffering. 1 had tried every- tliing'I eouhl hear of and at last was told to try Chamherlain's Pain Bahn. which 1 tlid, and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured, l am happy to say that it has not since returned.--Josh Edgar. (ieraiantown Cal. For sale by G. Kann. Until August iswe are authorize,] to accept measures for made-to-mea- ureclothing at, a figure one third be- low the usual cost. Orders at these prices cannot be accepted later than August lst and to those who contem- plate avtiltng themselves of this offer we would suggest an immediate pur- chase, as the demand for tile most popular styles is Wry great an'd they are being rapidly exhausted, iA per- fect fit, is guaranteed in every :case or the money not accepted. C, S('HAEFER. NOTICE. The fdlowipg magazines and papers can he found at Day's Drug Stnre: Mutsey, Cosmopolitan, Mc- Clures Century, Ilarl)ers Monthly, Harl)ers Weekly, PucI, Judge Fam- ily st,ry papers, New York Weekl 3 etc. ) etc. First class brick for sale by A. r. Benedict. lv. E. Edwards. pastor of the Enurlish Baptist Cimrch at Minersville l'af, when suffering with rheumatism, was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. lie says: "A few ap- plications of this liuiment prnve(1 of great service to me, It subdued the inflammatiou and relieved the pain. Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Bairn a trial it will plcasd me.' ' NOTICE, Bids to buy the Conntv Poor llouse add land belongiug thereto will be ., ,,n to 9 o'clock x. M. on the st'5"tn'dav it, August 1898. The Board reserves the right to reject all), and all bids. C A Coos, Clerk. -" 7 9 189 4w. NOTICqL ' " ' .- BitlSfOlfurnish "Vilkinson C0u)fly with blank hooks,, stationery, etc,, for two years from hdy 1st 1898 will be received up to 9 o'clock A. M., Oil tim 1st Monday ot Angust 1898 The Board reserves the right to reject any aud all bids. C. A Coo, Clerk of Board Supervisors. 7 9 L98 4w. NO I'ICE. There will be a meeting of the County School Board ou Mouday July 2Otli 189, JOSEPH JOIINON, Sul)t of Education 7 9 1898 2w. ykzoO ,i 00ISSISSIPPI VALLEY Iiiii LI mI It lilI'i-III LI'oM'AY  iI i,,, ,s | D i) i ?T)Tm R. R. has n,)w oa sale. 'l'll/ll/k'l" and will con hum the /I I I I i !/Ill same until ,September --- -- Sllllllllor tourist tickets I J from all poiuison Itq line in II IHPl'l[tfl the South tea largo |lstol || l I="  mnnmer resorts in the North. I1 rl/| !1 Tim fast double dally serv|ee lillilil ill Illlll l to St, Louis, ('hieazo. CIneh,-  llltll lind Lotlisvill{ of the lll- inolsCnt.rdinconneethm withthe Y,& M, V. R. K. enablos one 1) reach quickly altd oolnforLably t]e motlniatn rosor(.s Of Vit'gluill tie Whtt, c Mountaius and seIde of:New England, the Thousand Islands. the lake and fore,st rosettes of .Mlehlgan. Wisconsln and Minnesola tile HOt Sprlngs of ,Arkansas. (|ie Yt, t|owslone Ihtrg or the o,orts of Colorado. Tickets and fnlltnformation astt) ratesll Oollnectlol] with Sthe above can he ilhad Of Agents of the Y. & M. V. Ry. and connecting lines. WM. IIIRRAY. D. P. A., New Orleans. ffo.A. SCOT'r, I). P. A., Memphis. LIJMBERI We are prepared trt fill at short. not leenyorder for Rough CyDres [,17 M BEI at low prices. Correspon- denee solicited. JNO. F. IRINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting or trespassing on the Artonish lat,tls nntler fence is pro- hibited under full penalty of the law. Any stock rem'dning on the Artonish I)astnre atter February 15th will be charged pasturage 50c per month. . A. GILLESVlE. 1 15 1898 ly. WISE JUDGES The Time and Labor and Health of Our Housekeepers Theirfirst consideration. Tile Judg( of the Io wn State Fair were wls: mcU. Gaudy |,ztUlt did ilot thetu, nor did the glib talk of agen's. Th(,y weut dct, per than hat, and Judged fI'om an over-worked WOLBan's otand- DO:llt. Il comllielitlBg llt)Oll a recent eonq)etit|ve ewlr.g machine exhlblL the 'rR';lla, Iowa. [][er;tld |lSOS good'common "The Judgq tr th .Iowa 8tale Fair find ilia'( (bert eXiots ai vas difference be'xeen the ltevl'fl' machines exd,.t 1 "A m',n Intehdhig to pttrcli,at" farm maeiiir.erY will ilrst deehle%,vhlb Is the light(st rBBlt|ng ;llld the best adaltid 'for his wurI., tle IV:ll'ltS the bst, at-a fair price. "Yet how oNen a nlan, III purehashlg a sewing macitlllO., will hx)k for the eheap- tt made, No thought enters his head ot the iol', weary hottrs hi wife or dt::inv" wi 1 he eom'pehed o operate the il]ow aIld hll'l]-rtllll)|B inachin, le Wl I thtnk el a 116bt-draft bhtder, to save Iris |1:!', but lie wl;l llOt take iris vlfe'8 tIilie altd hard work into eone, iderallou. This w,ivld Ire| '[)0 the Cae if purchaserm 'tVel'e Itxlre Of the gl'lmt difference be- we(,il t].le V;II'L(,Lk IllachillO', "Time ,rll labor Illlt. be saved for Ollr llou-('ke "ll( r:, iln,;1 ?Ith t]rtis ill velw the Judg(x carefully examined all of the sen ng nia.hin'e.s exhibited. They d.o- covered hat the Fo. n Wheeler & W 1- Cil" SgX' oBe-thll'd fa.ster tll:lll other m't('lilJctt, lint| Ihroilgh lle ttdoi ilIOn Of ball )tar'.Bgs 'wss. by far, the Ughest running of an)' mll(diine exllU)lt'd. They llnlltlll*ilOU]3' granted tO tt the firs% I)re- mill!l. ,qTo:lieke'peFe yOIl (tlIlIlOt alToTd tO Sew 'bY haDd lieither Shll]d yotlr lives be blll'J(tl('] V, (h cheap, low-seving altd bard-l'llilc|IIg  CA'ell)  Illa c ]: i riO@i, nefore llrf, hqsing a IBa('hl!te, (ry tile Wheeler & 'i14011. ";ll0b a eontri0au'llon re the eomfort ot otlr WiVt'S alld' daughters is a pabhc blcing." l'. Dumas & Co., Limited, NeW Orleans. are the geDeral agelttS Of this machine for this szar. Write to them for lllus- da, tcd ealogut aid g.uela a,mha. TI00E 00ElV[ 00ALOON --o--SUCII AS o OLD 3[OWOPOLE 1 FE, P UR I Td W t YE, YREWCH27dWD F, WIA'S, ETC. Choice Stock of FINE C16ARS A/ways on Hand. Those is need of I'URE LIQUORS for modieal pur- poses will do well to call and examine my stock. AI I JO]-INON, _- - - " SPEEIAL S00LE monday, July llth 1898. DRESS GOODS, Zd WWS, ORGdWDIES, S WISSES. ) I(M In fact we will ptt out or entire line t of piece ocds, to- wit: ',Zll ( White Lawns that were 5c for ...... 3 1-2. White Lawns that were 8c for ...... 5c. t,{  Colored Lawns that wcr, 8c for ..... 5(;. Colored Organdies that were 10 and 12 1-2 for 7.  Colored Organdies that were 15 for 10c. Coh)red Dimities that were 25 for 15c. dud every yard of Dress Goods at a h order to reduc or ho''e s/,; D ,;/ J[en's and Bof s Clothln tt, c to c  .,mY t,e the followin eitt ir prices whleh y'4// /,+, i# force fron 3[onday Jtly 11//# t,, ,'.:= u, rday JTdy 16th only, All our Alpaca coats and vests at 25 twr tq<td .ff it6 regular prices. Free wooieii stilts formerly sold at $I1 fe,t.,'('d :d $10. $12 b0 stiits iedUced to $9. One lot pants, odds and ends, worth $! 5"tr tt $2 50 reduced to $i, Boys knee pants worth 35c reduccd to 2uc.. Boys shirt waists worts 35c reduced to 0c: We offer the balance of our straw hat :It 93 pt't  cent off the regular prices, C. 00CHAEFER, proportionate ct. We will include in f this Sale a magnificent line of tTlaclt  Dress Goods szdtable for sirts D J[o-  F. ,. MtL,. W. r. S. V.,ss i hairs, Brilliantines and Brocaded woes-  McLAIN & VENTRESS, ted, all at the niform price of 25c yard. ) OtO'| Mi, ,OillO]O 3, aW! This' cloth is 38 inches wide which makes an elegant ,.{ } skirt for $1 to $1 25 worth $4 when made. We must }] WOOD ILLE, MISS, l itnprcss the fact that none of these goods will be charged. #,f Office iu McGehee building. DR. CHAS. E. CATCHINGS Martin Rothscht o. tLP, - " " " " 2  "'" Office in Adams Drug Store. uy J14, '9, tf. - DR. L. W, AGRUDER, Physician and Surgeon, C K A N.N. %VOODVIL]GE, " " DEALER IN DRUGS and MEDlClHE00 f00HFMiC,00,f.00:: Public School Bookg FaneY_ and on:IAea..,.,, Toooo SaHonery, PaDdlers Supplies, CutNe/'U J rn,d . in Hardware, ltlu, minating -d,,, Garden Seed oe.. , c ck selected i,'.t grat care anal" "'. r " v. 8.91. y. WOODVILLE, MISS. ........ , ,. ,_. ? _ . , , I Felt SALE.  Office at residence, April 7, ,88 ly The Patrick plantation situated on Old River, \\;Vilkiason County, Miss. " DR C. C. CR08S. contal,ting al)out 320 acres. For JOSEPH SARPHIE, particulars apply re, The Jeweler, Dental Surgeon, V. P. S VENTRESS .... Woodvillet Miss. Our stock is always ODDILLE. MISS. 3 19 I898 4w. complete, comprising Office tip stairs over the Postuffice. POSITIONS GUARANTEED the latest attd newest designs in : : : To Gradt, atesof liaaris' I'raetical A, G. 8HANNON, B(ishless College, School ot Short D|aods, Watckes, Clocks, ll'uttt, Telegraphy, etc., Jackson, r la 0aa=10t  w Mississipl)i. We have houht the Wayatt Col- jewelry, Silver-ware, WOODVILLE, MISS. loges here and at Meridian, bnt have Will praehee in all Stale and IJuited closed out rite one at Meridiau, and l,ovelles, iCLtlry, States conrts iu this State feparcd to give studeuts the v.,ry , est bnsiuess training to be had t.ay- Real estate bought and ld ou eom- witere. CaUtl-gue sent on pplica- Spectacles, ye-61asses &c. midst--, omco,, C',m,',Fi"! }? tiot,. .., ,IA,uus, --Dp--JOHN F. TttERREL, 00reside,,, 00acl<so,, 00,Iiss Repairing ! Sept. 11, 1897-tf Is a special feature of Physician and Surgeon NOTICE, our business, dud wo I have jnsL received and will keep are conlident, with wOODVILLE, MISS, constantly on hand a fnll supply of our I rices, Accuracy Office on Main St. at his oldStand COFFINS and CASKETS, aud Promptness. we sonahlel all St,'leS.priees.Whith I will sell at red- WE cau , J011N A, LOWRY, Shop opposite W. (L?BonnYs rcs- donee. " 'HOS. IOLAND. Aug. ,89,-. CUARANTEE FUNERAL $RECTOR. :;;.;;;; ..;;;. + OUt IFORIC AFullStockofMetalic andlVood- -" " en Coffins always on haud at Vfood- .pew-T,= S. MAltANTO, T,'eslass 00oliee. FRESH I --DEALER IN-- All persons found hunting, fistun[, AGGURATE I C,,o,c,:ST Frnits, Oysters, Nut,' or otherwise trespassing on the Bur ofallklnds, attdIreshlauulyGro namwood plantalion about 8 mile,  RELIABLE l certes. Receives daily Fancy Can- dy of all kiuds. Maccaroni cook- south of Woody}lie will be prose ...THE... ed in the best style, from 9 A, M. cutcd to the full extent of the law, Astriutwatch will be kept on satin DEM00RAT TIMES- _,o,<.o.__ ,,__.o-,,,. ,,,,,<.\