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LAND. , MI8 hay( Pods, ; ar- Vork rices resl in- th ll&apos;1010jltIIt f!]llllll. " ,WEATI/ER AND CIOPS. I Manager ]letrt'y Sandman took h!s The weather conditions for the past Baseball Club the tI. S. down to Fort 5%t 13. week have proven very disastrous to, Adams Thursday morning for a match the cotl,(m crops and if iL contiuues game (,f ball hvtween his Club and a ................................ for a few days more it will be of set i- selected nine front I.he western art ;Itlcial J0,rnul of the C0r- ous c,nseq,+n('e, lit, ports come ',, us (,t Lhe county, 'l'l)c  game was a ut)(,d v0ration of W00dvillo. m,,,, .l s,,<:i..s (, hc chanty tb,L <,,,edna ,<,s.L,oi,, :, .ic,(,r, r<,r W,,,<- imlde AnnollllccUlo|ts of marria- oq,nd dea!hs will be pubhshed r.:t bf,,lt ohflrffe. 9allr(.l'ilt|t)ll I )el' :1 Itltlttil. Ch ..gl 50 ........ o,.-. f)lherwie ................... $2 00 3IAL'KET. ew Orleans, Aug. 1_2, 1898. ( 'otto11-- ..5 15-1t; Middling ................... Mr..W.T. Hays has pnrehaed lumber to build a residence on Beaver creek, .lOB v/ORK AT "['tie EPUBLICAN- thecrop ) nr, tl<inff stalk too rapidiy'vill' lhescoresLauding 16 to 13. W,- and Ill s(l[lle instances is shedding. I arc sorry that F,.rt Adams' laurels Tim condition is anything bill filv(ira- were taken fl'(Hll her in its y()uth, bill ble jtlt al, Ibis nioluont, for a (,outln- ilil/ion of l,ho rairis tll0ans Ul(ire ftanHiTe and should it Ccar up and /:c bot and dry a generi, l shcd can be looked for asl!ae stuff is tulle[sap. The nullook for a big yield is tl(H so brighLand encouraging in Lhis coun- tY, Try, bottle of Adams Sarsaparilla and purify your blood. 25 cents cheaper than lloods at, Gt,:o. J ADA.IS. The engine anl/oiler for lhe. nCW gin has arrived and was plmed in if they wish It) regain theni a nltieh st.r()ngc'r lenin wiil he requl,'cd. Per- lllip S(ilno o| otlr IJiys w(Jtlhl consenl tO hist.ruct them in the art tif trwirling the ball. I{emcntlmr any book, novel, palmr or niagazines noL in stock, wc will I)e ghtd to order f.r you withottt extra charge, lit fact anylhiug in our hne, if not on hand is giveu pronlpt :dlentiou at Day's drug store. First class brick for sale by A. F. P, eucdict. <: positinnlhis week. The r()und press Messrs. a. II. J(mes and F. 1). Lewis is the only thing not yet, on hand bul took a trip to Frt Adams the first' of it hasbcen shipped and will arrive the week. , -<,.Mise Ada Coon and Julia Swanson ' a.ani%a Camp Meeting at Oloster last week. :,' . Vew Crop Turnip Seeds ust receiv- ed at, Gm. J ADAMS. Mr, S. II. Stockctt, the popular commercial tourist, was in town the first of the week. Several of our citizens went to Fort Adams to witness the juvenile hall game played there. SIIINGLESI SIIINGLES!! ;L i-.I i Iwastrooblcd with sevele female weakness f(Jr over a year. all(I %vas shortly. The gin will bercady for confined to the hed lot over six work very soon. months. ! was treated by six very - prominent pliyslcians without any Mr. and Mrs. 71,.-Barlmr, of Lake marked benefit" My last doctor wa rovidcnce, La., al'ri\\;'cd .ill ISaliu'da3"s a skilled po(:iali<t .'tnd lie told mc IA'aln, (in a short visit Io relatives.-- tile otlly hope lay ill all .)l)cratioll ] Theylefton Wednesday, accompanied heard ,ff Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. lnd kftdr llt+ll " ]t lot" O,la mtmth | by their motller Mrs. L. K Barber, find myself c||t Ted. and even the dec- Mrs. Wallace and Itenderson Watt, who will spend scyeral weeks with them. Confederate Soldiers atid widows nl st,Idlers who are entitled to pension from the State, are requested to come forward and make their application by Sept. 1st, 1898. The hlw require tor who last treated nle uo.v pronoun- ees ine well. .Ml:s. a R g.tvl,:lL Athlnta, Ca. Price 50 ceuts. For sale by Chas. R Day. ...................................... New g dvertisements, N()TICE. Go to Thus. Roland for Red Cypress Shingles. Best made. Window g.la;f:we cut them any size; al Day's drug store. Old Sol has not been seen for several days. IIe must be looking around for Spaniards. Mr. andMrs. J. B. Mount of the Pr, rld, were here sevcral days during the early part, of the week. The Board of Supervisors adjourned ],st Saturday no,m after a week's session equalizing the assessments. We received n present of a ba.qket of delicious peaches from Mr, Ja. W. a new application to be made before uhe Chancery Clerk. We are now making our own soda water and guarantee same to eqttal that obtained at the best, fountain in any large city ab Days l);'og Store. The success 0" ,h; Bethel ua'mo Meeting has been somewhab marred I)ytheveryinelement weather which has prevailed since iLs openingand the usual large atLendance has been reduced. Among the recent arrivals at the Camp Grounds are Revs. 1t. W. Fcatherstun and Frank Parker. Ihave used Smith's Sure Kiduey Cure and it has nlade a permauent Ilnx, and riley were enj.,yed much. Mason's Self-scaling Jars, all sizes, and tin top jelly glasses, at, Get. J. Adams. .The Friday's niail did not go off on account, of Mr. Chas, Zoller, the post- al clerk, being laid up with a badly aprained ankle. For school books and station- cry supplies, go to Day's drug store. WEDDIH& PRESENTS, at,los Sa,rphie "['he Jeweler. Mrs, J. K. Session turned home on last Monday from the Gloster Camp bleeLing were sire has een during Lhe entire meeting. Dr. Loftna has rcLurned attd has fitted u[)a nea office next door to Sarphic's jewelry sLore, where he will :tlttend tu the wants el his patients. For m(fl'e tllau a week tllis secLion of the c,unty has had a rain daily and some da. s it had several. The amount o water that has fallen has been ver$ large. blr. llenry Stewart (if Laurel Hill was a visitor to cur tuwn Saturday. lie hlts just returned from New Or- ieatts where he has been Laklng a course in electrical engineering. For paiuts, oils, varnishes Pdutty, dyes, etc., go to Day's rug store, Our mcrchantsare again discussing the probat ility of hauling their cotton to Bayou Sara and bringing their incoming freight from Bayou Sara .lso on wagons. 2:00e There will be h ganle (if ball between Natchez and the Deweys, next Wcd)lesday, Aug. 17t:h, at the liil,gc Ball Park. Be sure to come if you want to see ? god game Mr. G. D. Leak and Miss Margaret Mceelv were married last Sunday at the residence of the bride's father on Buffalo, The happy coup:e have the best wishes of the !EPUBLICAN. We are ghtd to learn Lhat the infant daughter of Mr. and Mr,% Gen. Argue is recovering from a critical illness and we trust the little one will be fully restored to health in a short very cure. MRS. Wi. PURYEAR, Jonesboro. Ark. Price 50 cents. For sale by Chas. R. Day. Miss Carrie tleurique*, uow (,f Ne Orleans, arrived on Weduesday for a visit to her relatives dud friends. While here Miss ilcnriques will be the gue.t of Mr. and Mrs. Wetiliu and we are sure she will have an enjoyable time visiting the scenes of her school days. '/ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Muller h'ft last Monday on their usual summer vaca- tion for the WhlLeMunntains. They V will begbsent until the 1st, of No - ember, and we wish them a pleasant sojourn. We also h.pe Mr. M. will ravnr us with his interesting lcttcrs during his absence. e.-i x: Mr. C. II. Neyland reslgued his positi(m wiLh Chas. Cohen htst Satur- (lay and will in the near [uture luke the management of the new gin. With such a capahle manager t.he Company should feel conlldent thai their ncw venture will be a successful and profitable one. J.G. Turnerand M. McIntire. two promincnt colored Odd Fellows returned last Saturday frunl Yazo(i City where they attended the meetimg of the Grand Lodge. Thcformerwa re-elect ed withouL opDositiou a, (Vmtnd Secretary, which is a well merited compliment, as he is fully equioped in all respects for the re- sponsible p.sition. The Board of Aldcrnie.n h.tveap- pointed J. W. Bryant, P. IIahnad J. P. Miller a Board of Registrars. They will meel on Tuesday next. for the purpose of registering all p(rseus qualified who have Failed tj do so and also erase those who have;died: remov- ed. etc. I was reading an advertisemeut ot Chamber]ain's Colic, Cholera attd Diarritcea Remedy in the orcester Enterprise rcccntly, which leads me to write this. Ican truthfull sayi never used any remedy equal to it for colic aud diarrhoea. 1 havo never had to use [uore than o11o or two doses to cure the worst ease with niyself or ]cliihh'cn.--W. A 8rRO'UD Popoinoke ity, Md. For sale by G. Kann. Mr. W.L. flays, our efficient Asses- sor las furnished uswiLh the folh(w- ins stat, cnlent lu reference to thc increase in the personal assessment BIDS lo paint lhe steel bridge across 1)llffalo creek according to Inc- moraudlinl on tile in chancery clerk's ollh'e will })e received lip to 9 etch)ok A M. nn lhe lsl Monday in el)tcniber 198. The Board reserves die riglil Io reject ally and all bids' (J. A. (oON Ch;rk. 8 9 1898 4w. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!! The Fair Asst)eiation hereby give noDh'e t.haLbids fir privileges d,lring the lst, Vto 4th N,v. Bids will be re'eh, ed up o the 1st Tuesday iu Scp- tember. GEe. J. ADAMS, Sect'y, 8 62w. N()TICE Wilkin:,n C()uny is entlllcd to two sl,udeiiLs :at, the A & M College. These will beselected by drawing in my uffice on Monday, August 15th at four o'clock P. M. JOSEFii JOlfNSON, qupt. Aug. 6!.h '9S--4w. -J_L_WAMACK'- FKIIT;ER /TRD I am now located in Woodvilte and, am prepared todo all kiuds of pMut- inS. papcr h:tngng in flrsD class style. Fifleeu yeal'S expericrice in lflV trade ('(lll','iliCt' IU(' Ibllt [ ciln ploa.e .yml. For reference apply to G.A. Wctt, lin or A. II. Sandman. J. L. WAMACK. Sniversiiy of 00is$issippi. 1 ea I oga- Conrcs iN Literature, Science, Phi-I l()SlildiY, Eha'Ullllti, Pcdag,g.Y, Law. I o.) SCllVl01S. J,]nlarged eori)s instruc- I .11',4." Culliplete water and sanitarY l systcnl. Uusurpas,od healthfulness. -i- LYlil () N Ii I.E E to men and w.men in all departments eXCeDL law. All expenses low. Seml- C,,ll(onl.iai oeh, hraihm NOv. 6, 8. '98. Next. Sc.Mon opens Sep. 1;3. 18.q. For catittogii or illlql'nialilrl address, It. B. FULTON, Uhancell.r. Univcrsity, Miss. 8 6 l<q9 ,q. C00IZ0000ilE00LAIH -li93T ACADEMY, PORT (.II8ON. !M[I. BOARDINC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Healthy h)caLlon in lhc hill ('rliirll.ry (If Mississippi. ABLE FACULTY. Well equipped GYINASIUt. R:-tes l.w. owiug 1 o endowment. i:24"Writc fur Cat.atngue. J. T. DIAKE, SECIETAnY, 8 6 198 Lf. NOTICE TO COLORED TEACH- , ER. q hc institute for colored teachers will I:)eheld in W,odvi!le beginning M:mday. Augltst 15,h .18!8: le .sure s lhe tXtlU n ill)Us WIll De and C(llnc 3,' ; ; ' ' based upon the syllahus, JOSEPII ,l-eli NSO4", Supt. and Conductor. 7 30 1898 2w. S'PATE OF 511SSISSIPI)I, ToMrs. Emma Irvine, Miss Emma lrvilm. Miss Jessie Irvine. .lu.ies , +f lrvmc, Mrs. Saline Grdon, Ilarr!s lrvine, Ueile lrvilio, Leua h'vinc, Car<, I+;-ir c, Mariati it'll tic aud J.hn TI4E 6EM SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : 1=I/t33 LIQU OtS o--SUCII AS--o OLD +IIONOPOLE 17 IF., P UR I TI N 27 YE, _7LVCtf BRA'VD i,,,, IVIArES, ETC. Cho/ce Stock of FINE CIGARS A/ways on Hand Those is nced ot I'URE LIQUORS for medical pnr- poses will do well to call and examine my stock. A. s. JOI-INSON. I POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To Gradnates of l[aaris' Practical Bttsincss Collcge, School of Short Ilattd, Telegraphy, ete,, Jackson, M ississippi, We have bonhf the Wayatt Col- leges here aml at Meridian, but have closed out tim one at Meridian, and prepared to give students the very best bnshless training to be had t_ay- where. Catalogue sent ml applica- Lieu. N.J. IIARRIS President. Jackson Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTICE, I have just received and will keep constantly on hand a full supply o! COFFINS a,l(1 CASKETS of all St.les. which I will sll at rea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W. C, Bonnys res- idence. THOS. ROLAND. Aug. 21, 1897-tf LUMBERI We are prepared ta fill at shnrt nntice any order f(/r Rough Cypres s LU!BE[ at low prices. Correspon- dence solicited. , JNO. F, IRVINE & SON. 3 19 98 6in. TRESPASS NOTICE, All hunti,g or'tresoasging on the Artonish lands under;" fen<:c is pro- hii)ited under futlpent.fty of the law. Any stock rcntailiidg ;6n the Artonish pas'tl,re after February 15til will be charged pasturage-;50c per mouth. J,A- . GILLESI'IE. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler, i Our stock is always complete, comprising tim latest and newest desigus in : : : Diamonds, Watckes, Clocks, jewelry, Silver-ware, ouelties, Catlery, Spectacles, ye-61asses &c. Repairing ! Is a special featnre of our business, and we are confident, with our Priees, Accuracy and Promptness. we eau plese you : CUARANTEE -- 0 U WORE. S. MARANTO, Ilme. roll, to-wit: 1 15 1898 ly. Total assessment for ]898..$543,635 94 Irviue, the de{endats. " --DEALIeR IN-- :---e=: You are('onlni:tnded to appea.r be- ..... ' 1897.. 510,958 58 fore the el::n(.ery c-url (,f the eonnty yAZOO &  CgomST Frnits, Oysters, Tttts Misses Odile and Ida lined, after __ _ ,pending several pleasant, weeks in ToLa| tncrease ........ $:32,67 ,,f w,,,<,,,\