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, " fitcial/Journal of the Cor- poration ,of _ Woodvi&apos;lle Simple AnnOuncements of marria- ges and deaths will be pubhshed without charge. SilbscriPiiOn per nnnum. Cash ....................... $1 50 $2 O0 Otherwise ................. MAIII(ET. ew Orleans July 1, 1898. I 'otton ..5 15-16 Middling ................... Thursdpy was a scorcher. OB  ORK AT THE EPUBLICAN. Tuesday and W'encsday were un- comfortably warm. Monday is Clothing Day at,, ROTHSCYIILDS Roy. and Mrs. Moore of Percy's Creek were In town Monday. IP-O Miss Agnes Hays was the guest of Miss Julia qwanson during the week. Loaded Shells at Day's Drug Store. Mr. John Tlltonr'om the western ]portion of the county was in our town last Saturday. Mr. Lucius Chisholm of Bayou Sara paid a visit, to relatives and friendsl here last Sunday. H . I Mason's Self-sealing Jars, all sizes, / and tin top jelly glasses, at Get J. Adams. / Mrs. MeManon returned to her home in New Orleans after a visit of several eeks to Mrs. C. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Stern spent sev- eral days in Centreville during the week visiting friends. Japanese paper napkins at Day's Drug Store. Mrs. Carrie Morris left on Thursday morning for Fernwood, Miss.,'o visit her son Mr. C, W. M.rris. We are glad to learn thab the little s'm of Mr. and Mrs. Snowden, who has heenquite sick, is much better at this writing. New Crop Turnip Seeds just receiv- ed at, GEe. J, ADAIS. Over will dis ]played for $5 per suit and less on next Monday, at ROTIISCHILD'S. Several young gentlemen of our town attended a dance in Centrevillc Wednetday night. They all had a pleasant ti me. :ty-  Our young frie, d Mr. II. [I. Cage returned Tuesday morning from a lpleasant visit to friends in he west- rn portio, nf the county. Agood seleeti,m of novels at Day's Drug Store. 00tr. c Mo,j:;lever gentleman representing A. F. Shapleigh, IIard- are Co., St. Lonis, was here in the Interest of his firm, eu last Wednes- I WEATHE AD CROPS. The Inclement weather for the pass week has retarded work in the field to alarge extent and tbe reports that come to us regarding the crop Is of a varied nature. In manyscetlons rain was needed and the week just closed finds the crop improved, while in other sections the grass has got the best of the crop, and unless very favorable weather prevails for the next week, considerable damage will Price 50 cents. be done. The reports from all sec- R. Day. lions indicate that a large and full yield of corn is assured--a fact that is worthy of notice and upon which we congratulate the peoplc. The meeting at Sam Jones' Camp Grounds will commence on Friday the 291h inst., and last fur ten days, Ma- terial and much needed improvements have been made in the grounds and arrangements for the accommodation of all visitors. The railroad will carry passengers from .all neighboring points, both in Louisiana and Missis- sippi, for one fare for therouud trip A fine line of ;c'and 10o cigars, also cigarettes and tobacco at Day's Drug Store. I was troubled with severe female weakness for over a year, and was confined to the bed for'over six months. I was treated by six very prominent physicians witimut any marked benefit" My last doctor was a skilled pecialist, and he told me the 0nly hope lay in an 3peratiou. I heard of Smith's Sure Kidney Cure, and after using it for one month I find myself cured, and even the dec- tot" who last treated me now pronoun- cos me well. Ms. J R. FAVER, Atlanta, On. For sale by Chas. Centreville, Miss., July 5th 1898 I EDITOR WOODVILLE REPUBLICAn. I DEAR SIR:--Yesterday we had a] meeting of the farmers and truck growers of Centreville .and vicinity[ and dcmded to have on the 4th of Aug' next, an experience meeting for the benefit of our truck growers, in con- junction with that we, decided to have t a Farmers Institute for the heneflt of /all interested m farming, stock-rats- ling and kindred subjects. Atthis [meeting we hope to have the repre- I sentive and proessive men of both Wilkinson and Amirs counties attend. There [will be a regular program arranged and there will be speakers Mr. Seth Joluson shot a carrier provided for, who will make addresses pigeon at Doh)rosn which had asil- or read papers on such subjects as are ver ring on one foot marked K 227, of yitalimportance to Southern Ag- rlculturalists, such as stock-ralsingr, ' and a brass ring on the[other. On one feather of each wing was plainly forage crops, pasture grasses, fertiliz- stamped the following "If caugbt or ors and their adaptalion L0 different shot repnrt.to Chas. H. Jones, 10 S. soils; the analysis of soils, diversified Broad St. Philadelphia." The bird farming and trucking and marketing was probably released South of this point and was on its way home. This county is in a direct line between Galveston and Philadelphia. If re- leased at :blew Orleans it was off its cou rse. [ have been afflicted with rhenma- tismforfonrteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be around all the time. but con- stantiy suffering. I had tried every- thiuglcould hear of and at last was tohl to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I (lid, and was immediately relieved and in a short time cnred. 1 am happy to say that it has not since returned.--,Iosit Edgar. Gertnantown Cal. For sale by G Kanu. Until August 1st we are authorized to accept measures for made-to-meas- ure clothing at a figure one third be- low the usual vest. Orders at these prices cannot be accepted later than August lst and to those wh contem- plate availing themselves of this offer we would suggest an immediate pur- chase, as the demand for the most popular styles is very great and they are being rapidly exhausted. A per- fect fit, is guaranteed in every case or the money nor, accepted. C, SCIIAEFER. There was a meeting of the Ladies truck. So you see this will be a rare opportunity to hear interesting pap- ors and discussions on these important subjects and we hope our farmers will attend freely. ltisonr purpose to make this Far- mers InstAtuce a permanent nstitu- lion. Wc want lO provide for its mecting every year- These Institutes havebeen of untold benefits in the localities where they have been held, and are becollling inure and more In deuland wherever our farmers are alive Lo l, heir best interests. So ] hope our conntles, Wilkinson County especially, will show her dappreciation by sending a large delegation of repre- sentative farmers. The good people of Ccnlrcvillcand neighborhood will w drums all iu their usual hospitable nanncrbYgivin; every one ago(d dinner and making all feel thorough Y at I ome. Yours truly, J.A. E, Chanlberlains Collgh Remedy. This renledy is iutended especially for coughs, colds, croup, wimopiug cough and influenza. It has become famous for its cures of these diseases, over a large part of the ciilized world. Tim most flattering testimo- reals have i)ecn received, giving ac- counts of its good works; of the ag- gravating and persistent coughs it has cured iot severe colds that have yiel- Guild at, St. Paul's Chnrch Wednes- deal promptly to its sootlnng effects, and of the tlangcrous attacks of cronp day afternoon, and each one present it has alfred, often saving tile life of seemed filled with enthusiasm as to the chihl. Tim exteusive use of it for theobject they have in view--wifich whooping cough has shown that it is to paint the interior of and provide robs that thscase of all dangerous con- a new carpet for the church. They sequences, old,, by G. Kann. have in the treasury of the Guild a  New 84vertisements. niccsum, whicbwill serve as anu- cleus around which, much more emust be gathered. The ladies arc earnestly working and urge all the ladies of the church to assist them, as many are not membersnf the Guihl, but can work in some way to assist, which wiU be so gratefully received. There flay. will be a meeting next, Wednesday at The home of M r. and Mrs. II, S. 5e.)t.,uttheRectory. All are urged White was made bright and happy by to be present to discuss matters of the ffreaLest, inlDo rl.a n(5p. Ftr.% class brick for sale by A. r. Benedict. Rev. E. Edwards, past(,!" of .t!l.e English Baptist Clnlreh at Mme, rsvnLe Pa wilen suffering with rhennlahsm, was advised to try Chamberiain's Pain Bahn. lie says: "A few ap- plications of this liniment prow'd of great service to me. It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain. Should any snfferer protlt by givin Pain Bahn a trial it will please me.' ' For sale by G. Kauu. We have just received a fresh line of caudms at D'ly's Drug Store. At the C(nfederate Reunion at Allantathef(llh)ing touching inci- dent occurred wbich will he very pleas- ing to l, he many friends of our Wood rills, girls: At the cl,se of the sessi(m. General Lomhard presented the Misses Odile aud Ida lluod t,o General Gordon. auH theold veteran, taking I)oth sistcr, by the hand led theln forward to the front of the rosbum and said: "My brother confederates, you are old but I km)w you will never be t(,o old t,o the arrival of a little son on Tuesday. We extend our congratulations to the happy parents. :-: Mesdames Geo- J. Adams, and C. Schaefer left on Monday's train for a lengthy visit to Mont Eagle. We trust their trip will be a very pleasant and agreeatle one. WEDDIN$ PRESEHTS, at ,To. Sarphle. The Jeweler. With every $.3 worth purchased for uash an album of Uncle Sam's Navy will be presented to the purchaser at ROTtlSOIIILD'S" The personal property of the late Judge II. S. Van Eaton has been aPllaced on sale and at this time nearly of it has been disposed of. 'he I prices realized were fair. . I ,ssGeorgia s-,;?..o, left Thursday l morning on a canvassing tour for the[ College We trust that, her efforts t may be crowned with success. She' will be absent several weeks. q'ty tt bottle of Adams Sarsaparilla ttnd purify your blood. 25 cents cheaper than "Hoods at Go. g. Avx.ats. for General tined arid his:dauglters. , It was a touching picture General 1 GordansLanOing there, the hero o; the war holding the two beautiful sisters by tbe hand and the cnnfcder- ale veterans adlq)tig them in the :=::: .- loneR into tile eyes of these sweel. The machluery for the new gin has young ladies, who are the daughters arrived and IS now awaiting the corn- I of the heroic fallen, and adopt these of the roof before being put in/tWo children of General flood, as I have already clone in your name." lpletlon pla'e. Thoglnwill surely be readyt ,.WednadoptLhem, wcdo," shout- hy the first of September. / el the entire assemlllage, risitg to ,, its feet, while tbr:e cheers were given Since last Saturday we have been treated to several very severe rain and eleetriestorms, althougla no re- ports of damaRe resulting therfrom have come to our not ice. Quite a p-arty left, here on . ,,,.'r'uesn"" city which their relater had defended The Misses tined arc the e:ipielic midday for Fort, Adams where they of much attention and UllCt,|tlntol boar---des the steamer Stella Wilds and inLeres a,ttachcs to them. as in(h'ed to all the Louisiana, delcgali()n. The Louisiana Mississippi anti Texs dcl- egatmns are local.of al, the Kimball House. rigit's Disease and all kidney tYoubles easily cured by SmitlVs Sure Kidney Cure. t ha'e been bteedlng from the khl- neys for twelve nronlhs, and had got- t011 so weak I was confined to my bed. I was told to try Smith's Sure Kidney Cnre, as it was claimed to dissolve stone in k-'hlney. After 1 had taken made the round.trip to atchez, ar- riving home early yesterday morning. They certainly had a fine time. prfumery and toilet articles at I,ty's Drug Store.. The entertainmen't at the blasotiic Hall on Wednesday night for the ben- efit of the EdWard McGehee College, l spite of the very warm weal, her, was very well a*Jtended and proved a decided sucee a an entertainment, half of the bottl'e the stone was dx- , :==< . solved]aml, p,ssed awav, and intwo I: have ud  S0hitt's ui'e Kidney days I Was cured of the blebdiug'ainl nre sndit ha'8 made a priilanen commenced to improve, 1 am now cure. MRS: WM. P(;uYr:At, t entirely well. Joaeboro, Ark. Jorar STOKES, Barth:tt, Tenn. Pi'iee 50eent. For sale by Chas. IPHce 50 cents. For sale by Chas. R. Da Ds :NOT ICE. bTATE OF M1SSISSIPPI VILKISSON COUNTY. To John F. ulrviue, Emma Irvine, JcsieIrvine, Mrs. Emma h'vine, Jones h'viue, Mrs. Sallie Gordon, adults llarris In vineanfinor, Bcllc lrvine, l,ena h'vine, Carrich'vine, Marian lrvine. John lrvine, minors, defendants: You are commanded to appear be- fore the Chancery Court of the Coun- ty of Wilkinson in said state on the '2nd ),[ ,nday tile ]2th day of Decem- ber 1898 to defend the suit iu said court of W. P. Burton et al, wherein you are defendant. This l(;tit day uf July 189S C. A. COON, Clerk. 7 23 1898 4w. "fA ZOO M$$1SSIPPi V 00LLEY I AILROAD 0  tL IL I s ,ow ,,,, Ue. tn(l will con',inue the same uniil September 301,h. 1S98, round trip .lllllnl('I' LOllr[st t,ickots lllllltlP resorts in the Sol'lJl. Tlx fast donble d:tily service to Jr. Louis, Chicago, ('incih- na, t,l and Loutsvlne of the Ill- inois (tlllrltl nl (.o,llleciou with the Y. & 51 V P 1 ( FI*'  IL 4 () ll' [O lffelL(' I qtl ck]y ln( "O lifo t'I;L])[V ?}IC lllOlln:Ln rusorts of VIt'glni ,,"t W die" Mount'd s td snaside" of New Ei,,rlaltd Ih'T ounc/lshtnds, lhe l:tkeand " ' ' - ,r ' ,.hi.,'ln Wisconsin tt;Id ft)l'('S, r( SOl'I:'; (, , I , - - " " Minn3Otlb tills I{OL )rUlKs Ot ArklLiISts. lh.! y(,l|owsLono I a-rl Or | "t'd i*(sorts Of ColorlLdo. Tk-ke, ls :lnd fnlt h][()t'l]l;t|Oll S tO I'dt'S in (.oniItC|,iOll with Sthe jthove can l)e tllt(] ()f Age)Its()[ ,tiO Y, , '[. V. ly. alld COtlnnct|l|g lines. WM. 5IIT:I1AY. D, P. A., New OrlooAls. JNo.A ScoTT. ]).P.A..Memphis" Leading EveniJ ewspaper of the 8outk ....... THE: 1 DAILY STATES Al2 the. 2ime, ll From Kvery Pirt I i-I-l-l-I-I-I-l-l ill THE SUNDAY STATES Iltl Pabllshod on Sunday morning. Is ll]I I large family newlpapor, entallllng IltI every good hom feature of nto4ern IllI J][T trtH E 11 ""--' ....... I!ll everywhere reeonized am ..... |It| ''uE Lla.mO tOCaTiC Ill .w,r or T.Z sO.T.. |Ill -l=l- I-I--t--I |l!i ,rll: Ill SEMI-IgEEKLY sTATES, l}i ;a Ill TEAMS oF SUBScRIPTI0t ]t] |1 6SC ) D/kILY STATES. r )$7 ll MONTH ( Every DaY in the Yea , | "EI[t  II STNDhY STATES...tl. Per /nnum III| TI-IE GEM SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITtl A FULL STOCK OF : : o SUCII AS o-- OLD JOWOPOLE R FE, PURITdJ" t FE, FREWCH jBRtWD F, VIWES, ETC. Choice 8rock of FINE CIGARS A/ways on Hand. Those is used of PURE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examino my stock. A. S. JOI-INSOlq. 25 styles of ozdh's all d[e's Slits   from #3 50 to #5 worth doble the. l money. 10 styles of en's and Fozeth's Hot Fettder Coats and Vests frow #2 to t 3;3 50, worth # to 6. -   ' oz s Lmen Sts #1 o O. t ,M'en s and B ,7 .... . , c, rr v.l Unprecedented Baratns u2 taoz. i i Martin Rothschi/d & Bro. NOTICE. " Bids to bny the County Ibor lIouse add land belonging thereto will he eceived np to 9 o'clock A t- on the first Mondayin August 1898. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C A. Coo, Clerk. 7 9 1898 4w. :NOTICE. Bids to furnish "Wilkinson County with blank books, stationery, etc., for two ]ears from Iuly 1st 1898 will be receiw -d up to 9 o,clock A. 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 1898 4w. SO rICE. There will be a meeting of the County School Boai'd ou Monday Jnly 20th 1898. JOSEFII JOIINSON, Supt, of Education. 7 9 1898 2w. POSVPIONS GUAEANTEED. To Graduates of Haaris' Practical Business College, Sch6oi of Short llaud, Telcgrapiy, etc., Jackson, Mississippi. We have bought the Wavatt Col- leges here and at Ieridian. bnt have ch)sed out the one at Meridian, and prepared to ive students the very best bnsiucss trainiug to be had L,y- where. Catah,gue sent r,n applica- tion. " J 1L%RRIS, Presideut, Jackson, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTICE, I have ]nst received and will keep constantly on hand a full snpplyof COFFLNS and CASKETS, of all Styles, which I will sell at rea- sonable prices. Simp opposite W. C. Bonnys res- .... -LZ-_ -." , 2. JOSEPH SARP][IIE, ' The Jeweler, Our stock is alwaYs complete, comprising the latest arr(l newest designs iu : : : D|amods, Wafckes, Clocks, jewelry, SIluer-ware, ovelt|es, Catlery, Spectacles, EEye.6lasses &c. Repairing ! Is a special feature of our bnsiness, arid We are coulident, with onr Prices, Accuracy and Promptness. we can plegse you : : CUARANTEE S. MARANTO, --DEALER IN CnofcsT Fruits, Oysters, Nut., of all kinds, tml 1 resh 1 aridly (ro .cedes Heccics daily I anc3/Can- dy of all kinds. Maccaroni cook- led in the best style, from 9 x, M.! to 8 P. M. lIain st. Opposite Baun & Dampf. Is approachin and the attettiort  those who contemplate att;endih" zs re- ,,$,e ompleM SpectfUy Called t6 or fll a ce line of Ladies Dress GOODS dud [ens Fzrntshmgs at prics IbW ji :eeF before; Dimities formerly 10c now 7c. , . All over Lawns formerly 15c now 10e. Fine silk organdies formerly 45c now 251: Wash skirts, formirly 5i3o now 25e. All ti wo61, suit red(iced to $10. , ..... , ,. Alpaca coats add vests 20 per cent /ieh;W regular price. Linen suits $2 75: One lot woolen padts w6rth $2 td $2 ;6 ieiuce to $1.00: . . .,. ,, .... ':.  ... Straw hats 0 per cent below tli regular pno. C, SCHAEFEr, C KANN, =  :N " i - 1 wOODVILLE, I --DEALER I": , , o" DRUGS and MEDICiHES CHFMIC,00(00 Publ,c SchoOl B00kd , r&-.obaeo nd ears, Stationery, Painters Sztpplies; Cu.ttlery Fitrhi; in Hardware, lllminatin2 Oils; Garden Seed e.. . =-Phvsician's vrecriptions carefully con'rounded' antt oruers t.0rriil'y ttt,t" ; cck selected ith grat care andwarranted as represented'. v. 8.9[..--Y" F. A. McLAIN. V. P. S. VENRTES8 McLAIN & VENTRE88, (It0ruys Cnmlm WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in McGehee building. DR. CRAB. E. CATCHINGS VooDV tl.LE : : : : ISS. Office in Adams Drug Store, uy J14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MA6RUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS, Ofllee at residence, AFril 7, .88 ly DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, V' OODVILLE. MISS. Oflle up stairs over the Postoffice. A. t. 8ttAlqlq0N, WOODVILLE, MISS. ill practme in all State and United States courts in this State sum- ' i Iea estate bought and ,rid on mission. Office on 'mmrela? Row DR. JOB:bl F. TItERREL, Physician mad Surgeon WoODVILLE, MISS, Office ou Main St. at his old Stand JOHH A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Mctalie and Wood- eu Coffins always on hand at Wood- rills, Miss., Matil St. Tresna'ss  otiS; All persons found hUthng, fishing or otherwise trespassing on the Bur namwood plantation almut 3 mile south of Woodville will be prose outed to the full extent of the law. Astrict watch will be kept on sam( plantation for trespassers. L. W idence. TIleS. ROLAND.  ::t,, . MA(;RUDEI --L 0 E I WALSH & ,.. ,,,.,. We are preoared t( fill at short| (fONTIeKCTO  '". _ niticeanvnrder for Rough Cypress| L 'MBEg atlnw prices. Correspou- U. . dcnccsoli('ited- IBI{ICK  CE/vIIEIT ,100o. r, IRving. son W OR K. 3 1,o9S 0m. _ Estimates Fm;nished , -------rIESrASs NOTICE. Patronage Sol[el'ted. . T"-ntVta.:Ma All hnnting or tresr)assiug on the ' nesendtag asks tehamdnmar Art0nish lar,ds under fence is pro- LeavoOrder- wli}(Wettlin'& llickey or len rJl', COPY'-IGI4"rl i. hil)ited txnder fntl penalty of the law. H.row n's, Bgrber Shop. r'n-;ont t'Onm/t'kl asceyta'n{s prbablypattabL. co22; .our olfitaon fl.ee h_e..er a, a n Any stock reumining on t.he Ar!(.)lnh, Dec 18972m ....... :""'6st a-"Y foyNourtmLl:tt.. _ e.n[l Vt ttth Runn & CO, recv. pafft,rc after February lotll writ, De TRESPzkSS NE IOJ/ iatyTthoth&r tntho r t t vre )La er nlou(n ehar.ed past |"t o .-.-.j....3 ,!(}ILLISPIE._." ,,,, u0 dO ,,,, ,,,,o- SR.tifl jtmman, 1 15 1898 lv.  for placesis striqt!), prohibited under ,io,"asraeoe anrmu*tratl.*Ya_l;''wxt" l m--t -,ttlvrv: Why will people suffer wl. penalty 9L|le law. year; fourmo_ntn$a,.Y"'kr ,, * indi;c.;ticn ",h'n "BLACK-DRAUGHT' 11 29 '.)7 tf. -,,,"'"""---' ' " voJ. .:are tra D, O, BRAIdL)trrT, W, F. TkCIUli  Bramlott & Tuck6. Attmep ad lm00elm d wooDViLLE, Mi: Buildt,, Office iu MeGehee ' ' " "' "':" mereiM Row. J. H. JONES. W00D/'00. msa Office above the lepnblieau OleO, --DEALER l N-- Family and Fancy Groceries, tzoneries, Oysters, a'l kinds, SUgar, Coffee Starch, Raisins, /(hitS .f canned Fruit and Fish'.&c, , ,. Fine br/md chewing 'Iobactq. w .., : 4 . " e Fresh Bread every day. Igew lntl plies arriving daily, March 21, 1896-y TRESPASS OTICE. All hunt, i Retreat prohibited, under Oct., 9th '97:L-t,J TRESPASS. NOTICE. All hunting, Lrmer G6. TRESPASS NOTICEo Any person or othervis6 t:e Collips or Phi prosecuted to t fu0, F.D ...... THE BE00T Caveat ent busiae Stnd modal tlotL Wt adi charge, Ourf , tut Ad,tr ,.