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! < 8 m V S r S n m t Ill t n. @ a it 11 nt qD! ?t th ,fl iM 1 ie I m ) p i :4 f ! O ff L* d, it.' d r' r, Saturday, July 16. L fflIcial Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. Simple Announcements of marria- esnnd deaths will be pubhshed wi| heat charge. WEATHEK AND CROPS. The weather during the past week has had a tendency to retard the growth of cotton, as an east widd has been blowing for several days causing a dcctded drop in the thermometer and makin the nights extremely cool Cotton is being put in a good, clean condition and although small, if favorable ccnditinus prevail from nowuntil the end of the seasons hab:ts of study a vasi fund of general reformation on all current topics. He had a clear analytical mind, with comprehensive powers of clear elucidation that illuminated any question under discussion. In fact Iris mental grasp was strong, like that of Idsillustrious and lamented nnele, tbe late Iton. Jefferson Davis, presidcntof the late confederacy of tim southern states. His mental Imwers were only good crop can yet be made. Curn is e-nailed by his hi(rh moral character pretty well made and a good yield is as a christiaff'gentleman, nd not tim SllCFil}llnll I )vr alillllltl. Cash ....................... $I 50 reported. Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET. :New Orleans, July 1, 1898. ('otlon-- Middlinff ..................... 5 15-16 Court adjourned Wednesday. JOB WORK AT TIlE EPUBLICA. The weather w is delightful, the nights being cool and pleasant. I Yaper :Napkin for sale at,, DAY'S DRUG STORE. Mr. Chas. R. Day took a short, trip to Baton Rouge the first of the week. Miss Caroline Collins went dawn on the excursion to New Orleans last Sunday. Miss .hda Stmtrt and Miller were last of his general aquirements was A rare entertainment of Music, that of theology, of wlnch.hwas a Recitations and Tableaux, will be close student and in whicL ne was aided by a fine IhcoloT, ical libary given at the Masonic IIall on next which his taste in that line led him Wednesday evening, July 20, for the purpose of raising funds to make im- prnvements on Edward McGchce Col- lege. Admission 25 cts: children 15 cts. The buys from Centrcville came over on Thursdar evening for a match game of ball with our home club and a very inteYesting game was played which resulted in a wctory fur our boys by a score of 7 to 8. Circuit Court convened on IVlonday morning with Judge Cassidy presid- ing and all the officers of the court present. The Grand Jury was cmpan- eled and R. M. McGehee was appoint- ed Foreman, with Ilenry Johnson as Secretary. to collect. Th . most engrossing and most earnest part [if the life ot Mr. Davis was timber ohurch work, His profession of the law, his lit erary attainments and social relations were all subordinate to his work and earnest in hisehurch and the Christ- ian rehglon" He was an elder in tim Rev. Mr. Southall's Presbyler- tan church, and next to his family the church will miss him most. IIugh L. Davis was a man of great purity of character and exalted ehristain virtures. IIc was ready for the summons and he had the consolation of knowing, as St. Paul said : "I have fought a good fight ; 1 have finished my course: [ have kept the faith henceforth there is la:d up guests of Mrs. W. K. Cooper during the week. Mason's Self-scaling Jars, all sizes, and tin tl) jelly glasses, at :.. Gel. J. Adams. " M's.W. W. Babers and Miss Emma :of Pinc[acyville ar Visiting Mr. and llrs. Pete#ii](er. Thee members of the Guild are re- quested to meet at the Rectory on Wednesday, July 20th. Messrs R. M. fedeiee and Mason Snowdcn spent, Sunday with Mr. J. B. McGehee at Laurel Hill. :New Crop Turtip Seeds just receiv- ed at, GEe. J, ADAJIS. Master Warren Woods has returned home from Port Gibson where he has been attending school. the public for the liberal .patrpn- age extended me since coming to your city, and shall use nly every efforts ]n warranting a coj}tinu- race and incl'easin share of same. Yours truly, CIIAS, R. DAY. I have been afflicted with rllenma- tism for fourteen years and nothing Mrs. L. K. Barber of Lake Provi- seemed to give any relief. I was able deuce, La., is spending a few days to be around all tim time. but con- stantly suffering. 1 had tried every- with her mother Mrs. M. Barber. thing I could hear of and at last was tohl to try Chamberlaiu's Pain Bahn. TI-IE GEM SALOON Messrs L. O. Sehloss, F. Reynard and P. Kleeher, were among the ex- cursionists to New Orleans Sunday. head is unavoidably postponed until shall give me that day "' next week, which, however, we are J. II. B. ]I. glad to say, will not affect the wflue [Austin Texas Exchange.] of it to any extent. We are always WAI"'A:KES. glad to hear from this correspondent, and would like for him to favor us :rftESE SCIIEDULES IIAvE GONE INTO more frequently. EFFECT. A CARD OF TItANKS. Beer, ale and other fermented liquor, per barrel .............. $3 00 I heartily appreciate and thank Tobacco manufactured, Cigars, cigarettes, over 3 lbs per 1000 .................... 3 60 Cigars under 3 lbs per 1000 .... 1 00 Cigarettes, under 3 lbs per 1000 1 50 Tea. imports perpound .......... 10 Bank capital inelndnlg surplus, ever $25.00 ................ 50 00 For each $i0,0 over $25,0,0 ....'2 ou Brokm's iu negotiable secLn'lties 50 UV Pawnbrokers ................. Commercial brokers ........... 20 (30 Custonflmuse brokers .......... 10 00 Theatres.museums concert balls iu cities of over 25,0U0 inhabi- tants ..................... Circuses ...................... lt0 00 Other shows and exhibitions .... 10 VO Bowling alleys billiard which l did, and was immediately per alley or table .............. 5 00 relieved and in a short time cured. I Tol)acco--1)ealers--Lear tobacco, am happy to say timt it has not since sales between 50 (]00 and 100,000 returned.--Josh Edgar. (ermantown lbs sales over 100,000 ........ :4 00 A choice line of Garden,Seeds at, DAY'S [)RUG STORE, All sectious of the county were well represented in our town this week, as they were here in attendance uon court. Prof. and Mrs. A. M. Muckenfuss returned to Jackson, Miss., the latter part of the week, after yisiting rela- tives here. WEDgIN PRESENTS, at Jos. Sarphie. The Jeweler. Mr, W. H. Lewis came dawn from lqatuhez Monday, he having been summoned as a witness before circuit ourt. With every $3 worth purchased for ca.h an album of Uncle Sam's avy will be presented to the purchaser ab ROT IISC HrLD'S. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 2 WITIt A FULL STOCK OF : PITlE LIQT Ol:S ltiThose is need of PURE LIQUOPS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examine lny stock. A. S. JOHNSON, ._.; for me a crown of rightconsness 1i 8PF'00IIL ShL00 Tbe communication from Mr. Red- which the Lord, the righteous Judge, 7_ ..... " 0010 This hme it is tor the Men, 00rp, ill th ..... 00 WC W erefore offer our en- d,,0 0o "i " " " g! clti( 5, 0O ::: 00 tire 00 hne of Gents F urmshln .... 1 G oweost. t i ,is oods at and bel inh )i- ..... ] 00 I0 ..... 11 q} M.mhattan Shirts, former price 75, sale price 50. ll l ns f] Y g , rooms; g Stanle Ne lige Shirls, 2 collars and pr cuffs 50. :, Silk Fh)wing Bosom shirts, former price 7;) cents [ Sale" price 50 cents. ( }'L Linen Collars, all latest styles, :tO cents. [I, Man nfae I urers--Sales under 50- 000 ............................ 6 C0 Sales between 50.000 and 1O0,- 0t0 .......................... 12 130 Sales over 100.01)0 ............ 24 130 Mant,facturcrs ,of Cigars-Sales uuder 100.00 ................. 6 00 ales between 100,0G0 and 200- 0,)0 .......................... 12 0 Sales over 200,00,9 ............ 2t G0 Stocks ben:Is, debentures, cerli- ficates of indebtedness issued after July i 1898, pet" $103 face value ........................ 02 Salcs of merchandise for i)esent or future delivery on exchange per St00 ..................... 01 Bank checks or sight draft ..... 02 Bills of exchange (inland), tiulc draft and promissory note: money ordess, of each $100 .... 02 Bills of exchange (foreign) ,.letter letter of credit, drawn singly, per $100 ...................... 04 In setsoftwo or more for each 02 bill .......................... Bill of lading or receipt for any goods to be exported .......... 10 Bill 3fladingto be issued by ex- press or trausportation compa- nies, per package ........... 01 Telephone messages, charged at 15 cents or cver . ............ 01 Surety bonds .................... 50 Certificates of profit, memo, showing interest iu corporation or transfers of same, per $100 face value .................... 02 Certificates o damage and certifi- cates of port wardens or marine surveyors .................... 25 A per- Other certificates not specified.. 10 Charter party, per vessel of 300 tone .......................... 3 00 Between 300 and 600 .......... 5 i30 Exceeding 600 ............... I0 00 (Completed nextweck.) Chamb-rlai-s Cough Remedy This remedy iq intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping enugh and inthmnza. ]t has become famous for its cures-pf these diseases, over a large pvt Bf the ciyilized worhl. The rnctt flattering testimo- reals have been received, giving ac- counts of lts good works ; of theag- Cal. For sale by G. I(ann. It is something worthy of note, tbe fact that our Circuit Court was in session only three days. Judge Cassi- dyremarked that in his experience as a Judge and attorney, he had never seen such good order prevail in any county. This result is not attained solely by the wat, chful care of our offi- cers but, is due in a grea5 measure to the high standard of mnrality and goad order which Prevails over the entire county. It is'true that several crimes have been committed in the past six months, but these could have bccnavoided if the law for carrying concealed weapons was more rigidly enforced, as these crimes were of assault and hattery with intent to kill. We hopc to see ncx court a lighter criminaldocket than this one was as.several cases this term were We are glad i,o know that Mrs. E. bills found at the last term of court. Until August 1st we are authorized to acdept measures for made-to-meas- ure clothing at a figure one third be- low the usual 'ost. Orders at these prices cannot be accepted later than Augus 1st and to those who contem- plate availing themselves of this offer we would suggest an immediate pur- chase, as the demand for the most popuhtr skyles is very great and they are being rapidly exhausted. W. Myers has about recoyered from her illness and we hope to see her out again soon. |  -ee Tl]e plcasanl countenance of Mr. Eliott Chishnlm can be seen at Day's Drug Store, always ready to serve you in his usual polite manner, We have just reccivcdaflnc line of candies at, DAY'S DRUG STORE. "Mrs. II. B. M,.G-eme left, Friday for ,Jackson, Miss.. to visit her mother llrs. C. B. Galloway. She will be absent scveralweeks. _ :r The excursion to;w Orleans which left here Sunday morning at 9 o'clock and returned Tuesday morning at 6. was well patronized and all had a good time. Mr. Chas. R. Day has had the pain- ter and paper-hanger at work on his drug store during the week and the tore n,w begins to present a new. t Balbriggan Undershirts, 25 cents, t !! lens colored bordered Ilandkerchiefs, 7] ! I[ SPOT (ASII.  N Martin Rothschild & Bro. NOTICE, Bids to buy the CounW Poor House add land belonging thereto will be received np to 9 o'clock A ). on the first Monday in August 1898. The Board reserves the right o reject any and all bids. C A CooN, Clerk. 7 9 1898 4w. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler NOTICE. Bhts to furnish Wilkinson County with blank books; stationery, etc., for two years fronl lulv 1st 1898 will be received up to 9 o'clock h. M., on the 1st Monday of August 1898 The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C. A Coox, Clerk of Board Supervisors. 7 9 198 4w. NO 1CE. There will be a meeting of the County School Board ou Monday July 20th 1898. JOgEPII JOHNSON, Supt. of Education 7 9 1898 2w. POSITIONS GUARANTEED- To Graduates of IIaaris' Practical Business College, School of Short fiend, Telegraphy, etc,, Jackson, Mississippi. We have bought the Wavatt Col- leges here and at Meridian, but have closed out the one at Meridian, and prepared to give students the very best business training to be had any- where. Catah)gue sent on apl)llca- tion. " J" IIAIIRIS, President. Jackson, Miss. Sept. li 1897-tf Our stock is always complete, comprising the latest attd newest designs in : : : Diamoads, Watekes, Clocks, jewelry, Slluer-ware, Roveltfes, Calery, Spectacles, l!iye-61asses &c. Repairing ! Is a special feature of our bushloss, &nd WO are conlldent, with our Prices, .Accuracy and Promptness, we can please you : ; WE-004- CUARANTEE r.. ,. ,,.., , .' ' '. ' S. MARANTO, feet fit is guaranteed in every case or the money not accepted. C. SCIIAEFE. Frst class brick for sale by A.r. Benedict. ev. E. Edward's: pastor of the English Baplist Clmrch at Mimn'sville Pa when sufferhlg with rheumatism.. was advised to tr Ch,mfl)cq'lain's l'ainBahu. Ilesays: "A few ap- plications of this liniment pro'ted of great service to me. It subdued the iuflr, mmation and relieved tim pain. Should any sufferer profit by giving gravating and persi.tent coughs it has cured; of severe colds that have yiel- ded proml)tly to its soothing effects, :- --- and of the dangerous attacks of cronp DEATHS D()IN,JS. it has cured, ellen saving ttm life of the child. The extensive use,of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that d;sease of all dangerous con- sequences Sold by (}. Kann. New gdvertisements. appeara nee. ,-" " ,/ Pain Balm a trial it will please me.' d Messrs Eddie Lucius MeGehce  "lor sale by G." Kann. Mr TIogh L. Davis Died Yester day Noon in This City. Yesterday at a few minutes before the noon hour Mr. IIugh L. Davis died at his residence in this city after Came up from New Orleans on last Tuesday to spend the summer. We are flail to welcome them again in t,elold lome, /!lisses Odile and Ida Hood left his morning for Atlanta via New Orleans where they go t attend the Annual .. m For ten days only00 we offer our entire , stock of Alpaca Coats and Ve00ts, Crash and Linen suits and Stra00 Hats at twenty-five per cent below reg- ular prmeS. C. SCHAEFER, el KANN,. '. . ....... OODVILL "--DEALER IR' , DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMIC00t00 Publ,c School Books Stationery, Painte, s Spplies,nCalery leuri): ing Hardwa, e, IZlumi  " g" Uils. - Garden Seed e h order 'Phvsiclans precrh)tions carefidly com.pounde , s correctly =.; c?k:cl?te _d)):ih grat care andwarranted as represented. mmm n, mm m  mmm F. A. McL[. W.P.S. VERTSS n, C. Bn'rT. DR. CHAS. E, CATCHINGS WOODVtLLE : : : : MISS, Office in Adams Drug Store. uy J14 '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physicia00 and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office at residence, April 7, .88 ly DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, 'ODDVILLE, MISS. Office up stairs over the Postoffice. A. G. SHANNON, WOOD ILLE, MISS. Will prachee in all State and United States courts iu this State Real estate bought and ,ld on com- mission. Office ou Cmmercial ]tow. Physician and Surgeon VOODVILLE, MISS, Office ou Main St. at Iris old Sland JOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Motalie and Wood- eu Coffins always on hand at Wood- ville. Miss., :Main St, Trespass Notice. C'U'lkd:: DEALER IN-- Fanlily and Fancy Grodcrids. honeries, Oysters, Tropiv! Fruit all kinds, Sugar, Coffee Starch, Raisins, Nuts of Canned Fruit and Fish; &e: Fresh Bread ever, plies arriving daily. Maeh 21, 1896-y TRESPASS OTICE. All hunting and Retreat and Dam prohibited, under OCt., 9th '97.--t)i TRESPASS NOT II All hnlting, flMfin, of trespassing on Glen Burme s strictly prohibited under he law. AII former yoked. Go. 'rIEPA S Any person eaugh or other ise trespassing Collins Or Old Lewis ] prosecuted to the full aw. All ferment ed. F.D. a. zaa'00a00ay, THE BEgT South-West Corner of I liave lways on band a sml at article of 00ii00hy, 00ran00ly lin I111[=, TII BRST VAIETIl i. Confederate Reunion. Miss Odile is to represent. Louisiana as Sponsor. a brief illness of typhoi(I fever. Mr" Davis death had been expect- o ,ua -:'= "''ms.Sarsaparil]a ed for tim las twenty four hours of and Try purifya bottle ]'our blood. 25 cents his life, as he began sinking very cheaper than Hoods at GEe. J. ADAIS. Miss Georgia Swanson spent several days on Percy's Crcek during the week canvasslng for the College, and we are gl%d to hear that, her trip was a very satisfactory one. An effort Is being made to have the Western Union Telegraph Co., put in a wirelu Bayou Sara and to,run a line to this place. It will be of much benefit, to our merchants if thls is accomplished. A very quiet and = s'omcwhat unex- pected edding took place in our town Sunday mght, The contracting parties were Mr. Jessie Miller and Mrs Lelsa Miller. They wore married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. P. tIhn, and only a few of the relatives were present. We wish the haDpy couple a long life filled with joy and rapidly Monday afternoon, tte was a man well known in this city and iad hosts nf fricnd who will be deeply grieved to lear of his de- mise. tie was in his 53rd year a the time of his death, having passed hs 52ud birthday only last Saturday. He was a great-nephew of ale dis- tinguished Jefferson Davs, and like his famous ancestor, he was a man of sterling orH and quality. A sol rowing ife and one son survive the deceased, and in thin hour of their deftest grief the sympathy of the entire communily is extended them. Notice of tim funeral services will be found in another column. 'rile LATE HUGH L. DAVIS. BETfIEL CAMP MEETING, The P, ethel Camp Meetin will be- in Thursday. Augusb 4th, at 8 P M. Evervl,'dY i Invited to attend. All Mimsters ()f the Gopel are especially invited. Cornceverybody and Ictus Ilave a grand retresbint from tbe Lord. J.W. CRISLER, Sect)) '. Wondville, Miss., July 16, 1898. YZOO MSSi$$1PPi VALLEY R.ILROAD 0 The Yazoo & 5[,sMsslDpl ' : R.R. has now on sale, and will eon(Inue the saIlu; unlil ,Sel)t('mher 391h, 1S98. round rip StlTlllller tourisl ticRetS l f,'.n, all pointson its line in the Soulh to;t large llstof ,,llllltler resorts in the North. Ti,e (touSle dally service to St.. Louis. Chicago. (qnelh- nail and Louisville of the Ill- inois Ct ntrMln eo,mectlon w|lh the Y. & M. 1{. IL ,aMes one 1,o reach quickly and , the mount:tin-res,)r?s Of VirginAl (Contributed.) Whit( Monntains and ,easi(le of:New land, the 'rhoqlst4ld TMa,ndu. tho htko and Mr" Hugh L. Davis, who died at r,,.os resorts (,f Miehian. Wlsum:;in and noon yesterday at his resilience in MillBesol;k lhe ltot Spl"illgs Of Arkanmts. the v qh wsh)ile i';trK or the resortsof Colorado. this city, was a Inau Of wried and --lcketsa.n;|full iuform:ttieu ash) r.ttesin (OllBe('th)ll wi(h {the above can be.had of versalile learning, ability and useful- .(ami:s ef the Y. & M. V, Ry. and connecting ness. l'l=e was a lawyer of fine ll,es. WM, MURRAY. T), |), A.. New Orleans. , he had. added, $ l).P. a,, NOTICE, I have just received and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of COFFINS and CASKETS, of all Stsles, wifich I will sell at tea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W. C. Bonnva res- idence. TtIOS. ROLAND. Aug. 21, 1897-tf LUMBER: 1 We are prepared to fill at short notice anyorder for Rough CyDres LU MI] EI at low priccs. Correspon- dence solicited. JNO. F, 1RVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6m. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting or trespassing on the krtonish lands under fence is pro- hibitcd under full penalty of the law. Any stock remaining on the Arfouish 0asture after February 15th will be charged pastnrage--50c per nonth. J. 2L GrLLSPIE. 1 15 1898 ly. aery: Why will people suffer win. h,llgcsticn when "BLACK" DRAUGH T ot:'- cure ;hem'S/' --DEALER IN-- All persons found huutnlg, fishing CHOICEST Fruits, Oysters, Nuts or otherwise trespassing on the Bur ofallkmds, and Fresh Family Gro namwood plantation about  miles certes. Receives daily Fancy Cau. dy of all kinds. Maecaroni cook- south of Woodville will be prose cuted to the fall extent of the law. edin thebest style, from9A.. A striet watch will be kept on sam to 8 r. M. lIaln St, Opposite llaum & Dampf. I plantation for trespassers. Feb 12 98 ly.  I - - WALSH & WILSON, / " CON TRACTORS OF It. EXPERIENCE BRICK  CElVElqT w o R K. Estimates Furnished Patronage Solicite4. Leavo Orders lth Wettlin & Ilickey or Ben J)rown's, Brber Shop. Dec 18 97 2m, TRESPASS NE IOJ, All hun tint on Simrall and Scliae- fcr plaeess strictly prohibited under penalty othe law. L W.' MAGRDa; 1  20 97 tf. 00mcria.. ItE BEST B]IANDS O KOARS, DemOtic and l'm l/td', Fancy Liquors, Vtlmouth, Oiall Bottled and Keg Ber, di, Tec always on hand. My friends and etmfod will find md ready to do bnsines. A. H, SADMA March 12, 92, tlon. %Ve ad A cost dent free% A C.,