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have )C dS, ar- Cork ?lees 00rest in. :5 pdl : 15 am :4 bmm 20 i,l 35 pm 50 I*m :lO am 8 am 8O pm :n5 am i5 pm 99m :10 am 20 pm &apos;% ,m 15 m Z atefl g tasslnK Wllll[ ed un-, forme 'ON. Z R ta0tlltll, {rllllRiUt. WEEPnEt AND (:Rt)t'S. - The weather conditions this week Saturday, August 2000- Aitclal Joui'Iial of the c0r- poration of W0odville, imple/nnotlneements of marria* ea arid deaths Will be pubhshed wlfhnn charge. .ttbscn, irliont per n untinnt. .$1 50 Ch ...................... 0therwise .................. $2 00 MARKET .ew Orieans, Aug. 12, 1898. t 'ot tOlq l|ddlin ..................... 5 15-16 Yamack paints and hangs paper. The weather continues verywarm. jOB %/ORK AT THE L{,EPUBLICAN. t _m... Call and see Wamack's wall paper at Day's drug store. --:- had be- This time last year cotton gun to come in rather freely, Atty. M. II. Wilkinson of Gloster was iu town on Monday. New Crop Turnip Seeds lust receiv- ed at., Gzo. J, ADAMS. Mr, Chas. Dickey of Oloster, arrived here Wednesday on a short visit. flss Mary Brown, from Baton Rouge is visiting Mrs. Richardson. have had a rat.her beneficial effect on the growing cotton crop as only one h|in has fallen sincenur last report. Reports come to us that the crop is shiSddibg in some places but the dry weather and hot sunshine has caused the plant to put on considerable fruit.. Taken asa whole the outh)okis im- proved during the week. Picking has not yet commenced as the Cl'(p is apparently two or three weeks late. Messrs. C.B. Row and W. C. Cage . bfPerey's Greek were in our town last Wednesday. Our ton was pretty well crowded on Wednesday evening with visitors to the bae ball game. SII-IG LES =S;II NGLESI ! Go to Thos. Roland fr Red Cypress Shingles. Best made. Mrs. Wetlin gave a very pretty lun- heon to Miss Henriques, of 51ew Or- lean.% on Wednesday. Window ghlss, we cut them any size at Day's drug store. The (3uild re;uests its members to nleet, each Thursday of the week at "'5 o'cluck at robe Reetory. The Misses Welsh and Miss Susle -Peel, of :Natchez, are guests of Mr. and Mrs, L. T. Ventress. Mr. A.T. Benedict left yesterday tnorning for a visit to Chicago. We hope his trip will be a pleasant one. Capt. W. C. Cage left nn Wednesday or Co0per's Wells. We hope he will derive much benefit frnm the waters. Mr. Gee. Martens, formerly of this llaze, bnt now residing In atchez, came dowu on Wednesday be :visit his parents. Mrs.-J. Schleslngerand her daugh- ter Miss Bessie. of Bay,m Sara arrived during the week an a visit Lo relatives and friends. Masnn's Self-sealing ears, all size, and tin top jelly glasses, at Get.. J. Adams. Dr. E. L. McGehee came up for a few days to attend camp-meeting and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. blcGehee. Mr. W. tl. Swan of Briers, Miss., is #lsitlng relatives in the county, and has been now the guest, of Mrs. E. Stockett,. Mrs. b.A. Murdock and her little daughter Mary Bell, left yesterday luorning for St,. Joseph, La., to visit relatl ve, - For school book' and station- ery supplies, go to Day's drug store. Mr. Wamack has finished painting the. inside of the EpisCopal Church, and the appearance is very much im- proved thereby. The sun has been coming down the near way during tam past week and the thermometer went up to9O ln consequence. Wednesday was a hot one. Try a hotLle of Adams Sarsaparilla and purify your blood. 25cents cheaper than floods at Gzo. J. ADAMS. .r. W Ma00r00aLr, cow of Black IIawk, La., arrived here last Wednesday on a visit to relatives and friends. We are gle.d to say that he is looking well and is pleased with his location, Remember any book, novel, paper or magazines not in stock, we will be glad to order for you without extra charge. In fact anything in onr hne, if not on hand is given proml)t attention at Day's drug store. The Municipal,Board of Registra- a Lion met on luesd Y and continued in session for three days for the purpose Mlss lIooper Lathe charmlngguest of registering those qualified and Of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sessious. revising the books. Total registered C vote is 114. We are now mak=mg our own soda water and guarantee same to equal that obtained at the best fountain in any large city at Days Drug Store. What, about nur next Fair, are you doing anything to make it a success? The Directors can only arrange the details and formulate its plans. It is left with the neople whether it, will be a sneeess or not, so resolve that you will do your parl to perpetuate this factor in our county's develop- ment. Don't forget we can furuish you with an)" paper, periodical or magazine published, at puhlish- ors prices. Day's Drug Store. I was troubled\\;el;l; severe female weal<nasa for over a year. and WaR confined to tim bed for over six mouths. I was treated by six very prominent physicians without any marked bcpcflt" My last doctor was a skilled specialist, aud he toldme the only hope lay in an operation. I heard of Smiti's Sure Kidney Cure. and after using it for one month I find inysetf cured, and even the doc- tor who last treated me now pronoun- ces me well. Mus. ,1 It PAVER. Atlanta, Ga. Price 50 eeuts. For sale by Clms. R. Day. Elder John A. Stevens will begin a a meeting at, the Baptist Church in Woodville on the 4th Lord's day in t his month. LEE JACKSON. P. S.--It has teen currently report- ed that the building was nusafe, nut all parties are hereby assured that a competent man has receutlymade an examination and found this Church taouse in a safe condition. L.J. A word to the wise is sulficient" aud ,word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask. who are the wise? Those who know. The oft repeated experience of trt,st wortily persons may be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. rerry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfae- Iron than all)" other in the market. lie hasbecn m the drug businessat Elkton. Kv.. for twelve years: has sold huntlreds of bottles o. e Lids reme- dy and nearly all other cough medi- cines manufactnred, which shows eonchlsivelv that Camberlain's is the most satistaetory to tile people, and is the best. For sale hy G. Kann. The long and aoxi.usly looked for game of base hall between the Nau chez club and mzr home club sehed- uled for Wednesday afternoon came Mr. W. 1I. Lewis, nf ,Natchez, came off as appoiured, but it proved a most down Tuesday to attend th'e Bethel disappoinl, lng one to the large crowd Camp meeting, and is spending some thne wit, relatives. WEDDINO PRESENTS, at Jos. Sarphle. The Jeweler. Mr. Cbas,  M'c3ehee arrived on rbursday from Austin, Texas, where hd has been the guest of his daughter, llrs. It. L. Davis. that had come some miles to see what they supposed would be a fine game. The game was called promptly at 4 o'clock with our boys ab the bat and it did not take lonR to show that the game would be a one-sided one, 'is our sluggers knocked the opposing pitchel clear out of t het, ox and scored nine runs. Our battery, Smylie Anderson Eddie McGehee, did good work 'all I huve usd!i tnith's Snre I,H,h|ey ('life and it }l,+ made a permanent cure. blli. V.M. PI'ItYEAR, Jonesboro, Ark. Pt.iee 50 eent. For sale by Chas. R. Day. Ainong tile volunteers to he at once mnstered out of the service are the Louisiana light artillery batteries and Third Mlssissi pl d. Cuban commissioners appointed yesterday: Gens. Wade, M. C. Butler and Admiral Sampson. Porto Riean Commission--Gent. Brooke, W. W'. Gordon and Admiral Schley. The negro, Grandtson, who killed the two deputies in Yazoo county last week has not been captured as yet. The.le were five deputies in the posse that surrounded the eahinin whichGramlison had taken refuge. lie complained llat he was afraid of being hnr& if hc surrendered and could not lsee who his would t)e captors we'xe, l)eputy Stnnestreet advanced t o the door aud lit a match, whereuponhe negro put a shot-gun through a crack and shot lutn to pieces. 3.hen l:verett rushed up and hta match to see h,,w much Stonestreetwashnrt and waskilhd in the same manoer" While the k other deputiest were removing-tile bodies the negro escaped. Grandi- sou will he captured sooner or later, and will he lyncbed in short order. New &dvertisements. TIlE GEM 00ALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS J VITII A FULL STOCK OF : PV00E LIQU Ot:00,S o SUCII AS o OLD 00IOWOPOLE YE, P URITd,;V .R ]'E, FREWCtI .BR,/1,,VD Y, WIW00ES, ETC. Choice Stock of FINE CIGARS Always on Hand. 't'hose is need el PURE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and exalnine my stock; A. S. JOHNSON. NOTICE. BIDS to pMnt the steel bridge across buffalo creek according to me- morandum on file in chancery clerk's office will I)e received Ill) to 9 o',:lock A M, on tile lt Monday iu el)tenlber 1898. The Board re.serves the right to reject ale and all bids" 8 9 1898 4W. C. A. Coox, Cleric. t1 t J-.L.-00WAWIACK, " Rothschild & Martin FRFR-HRRGR. tl)a located in Womlville and [, I an] now gn] prepare(l to do all kinds of paint- ing, paper hanging in first chtss style. Fifteen yearsexl)erienee in [uvtrade convinces me thatl carl please you. For reference apply be G.A. Wettlin or A. tI. 8andtmm. J. L. WAMACK. University of Mississippi. I aq.a- 1898, Courses in Literature, Science, Phi- losophy. Elocut.ton, Pedagogy, Law. 22 Scho/ds. Enlarged eorl)s instruc- tors. C,)mplete water ano saIHtary system. Unsurpassed healthfulness, T ITIEI?I()N FRE to men and women in all departments excentlaw. All expenses low. Semi- CentTenldal ('elel)ratiori Nov. 6, 8. '98. Nexl gessio|i opens Sap. 15. 18.08. For catalogue or i u rormation add ross. g. B. FULTON, Chancellor, University, Miss. 8 6 LS9,. OHfl00BE00ILAIH - HURT POSITIONS GU AILANTEED. To Graduates of IIaaris' Practical Bnsiness College, School of Short |land, Telegraphy, etc,. Jackson Mississippi. We have bought tile .Vayatt Col- leges here and at Meridim,, I)nt have closed ont the one at "Meridian, and prepared to give students tile v.ry best business training to be had nay- where. Catal,,gue sent o,i al)l)lica- ti,)ll. 51. J. IIAI{RIS, President. Jackson, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf N()TICE, I haye just received and will keep constantly on hand a fnll supply ot COFFINS and CASKETS, of all Styles, which I will sell at rea- sonable price. Shop opposite V. C. Bonn3ys res- i,Lcnce. TIleS. ItOLANI). Ang. 21, 1897-tf LUMBERI We are prepared to fill at, short ]oli('eanvorder for tough Cypres s UMBEI'L at, h)w prices. COl'respon- deuce sol it.lied. ,IN(). F. IRVISE & SON. 3 19 98 UlU. TlESPASS SOTIC E. All hnuting or tresDasMng on the Artonisil lar.ds nnder feuce is pro- llibited nnder full penalty of thclaw. ACADEMY, pOR%U (-IttS()N, M[SS- BOARDINQ SCHOOL FOR BOYS. I/ealLhv hmation in the hill (.olmtryt of Mississippi. ABLE FACULTY. Wcll equipped GYMNA$ItTM. . [ B,a i,,s low. owing to enoowmens. [ i2F'Wril,e i',,r Catralogue. [ J. "I". I)IAKE, SEt;RVTAR''. / 8 6 189S tf. 1 | JOSEPH 8ARPHIE, The Jeweler, H | Our stock is always complete, comprising the latest and newest designs ia : : : Diamonds, Watckes, Clocks, Jewelry, Sllver-ware, ovelties, Catlerz Spectacles, iye-61assts &c. Repairing ! Is a speeial feature of oar business, and we are confident, with our Prices. Accuracy and Prolnptness. we C-Ul please you : : WE CUARANTEE 0 UR WO R T. . t i ,f * NOTICE TO C()L()ILEI) TEACII- ERa. Thcinstitute for c, dored teachers will hehehl iu W.,)dville. bezinning M:mday, AtlgUSL 151h ]898. lie stir(, and come as lhe ex;iminiltious wilt be based upon Lhe syllahus. ,l O-;EPI I ,T O/t NEON', Supt. and Conductor. 7 39 189S 2w. SPATE OF MISSISSIPPI. TnMrs. Emma Irvine, Miss Emma Irv|oe, Miss ,lassie lrvine, Jones lrvine, Mrs. Sallie Gordon. Harris Irvinc, Belle Irvine, Lena Irvine. Care Irvine. Marian Irvineand John lrvine, the defendants. You arec()mmanded to appear be- fwe thc chancery court of the county (ffWilkins-n irlsaidslate. (in the2nd Mondavof Dt.eelnherA. D. 1898. Lode- fend thesuit in said court, of J. F. Irvlnesurviving partner of the}ate firm ofJ. F. ]rvine &Son, whereLn yOH are (]efelld-lnl's. Tills 5th day of Aug. A. O. 189. C. A. COON. Ch,rk. SPEEIAL SALI] On Thursday, Afigust 25th, we wdl offer f,)t stile our entire stock of ladies dress goods at l)ricos worth th investig:ltion of the careful btiyer. T]/0 follc/wilig ari a few of the many rare vahles to lm dhtahu.d al lhid store, and tl) those who are in quest 0f guCh; t (:6rd|al invitation is extended to 1)e present on th:lt (|litd. One lot of I)imitties formerly 10c; rt, daced to 5c this dqy only. One h)L of corded Lawns formerly 12'=6; r6(itieed td 5, this day only. One lot of plain figured Lawfis, f0ruh/r!? fSc; re: duced to 8c, this day only. One lot of figurcd Organdies forlnerly 2qc rdduced to 12e, this da: only. Oue lot of Organdies consisting of twenty-five ld j'ard patterns, fornierly 25c, reduced to 15 lids (hie only, Owing to their r.tre arid e.qt/isit0 colorings, thi. hit o'f Organdies are the greatest vahies we have ever ,ffered. OneL)t of Dotted Swigs Org//idie; navyhh/e ground with white figures, formerly 9e reduced to e, thi,t day 0nly. One lot of fifteen 10yard patterns of .,ilk s'.ri, ,!' Organdie, I)cautiful effects, formerly 60c reduced to 35t "2"= this dav only. Laces and Embroidcries rdueed aeedrdingly. C. S C H A E FER, C: KANN. ' DRUGS and MEDICIHES CHFMiC00t00 Public School Books O1ttOOO ncL Stationeru, Painters Sztpplies, Cuttlery .Fterni00Y ; tIardware, llhemi0000ati0000g Oils. -" Garden Seed #c. , }''Phvsicians pretcriptions carefully compounded, at adt..o der c&rl.tly teka tck selected ith grat care anawarranteu as repreze-,. v" 8" 9z" "--Y" _ m I i l'] F. A. McLAN. V. P. S. rENI[TESS McLAIN & VENTRESS, Att0rup C0=sl0ra WOODVILLE, MISS.. Offme in McGehe building. DR. CHAS. E, CATORINGS WOODV t,I.E : : : : -ISS. Office in Adams Drng Store. uy J14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS. Oee at rsidence, AFril 7, ,88.1y DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, WO 0DVILLE, MISS. Office up stairs over the Postofllce. A. G. SHANNON, :qk0000y h00ml0r g WOODVILLE, MISS. Will prachee in all State and United States conrts in this Stltt Real estate hought and ld off ecru- mission Oflh.e on c.unuwciai Bow. DR. J01qN F. TKERREL, Physician and Surgeon WooDVILLE, MISS. Ofce ou Main St. at his oldStsnd JOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full StOck of Metalie aml Wood- eu Coffins always on lmnd at WOod- vllle, Miss., Main St. D, C, BRAMIT W.F. Ttl Bramlett & Tncker. 00R0rnep all g hW,. WOODVILLE, MLle. Otceirt M,3Ge, h ee Ih{t3Jig, 00 inertial Row. J: 14. J01'iE00. at WOODILLE. lMl- Office ebb*0 the I(,Lbub]h'ma Otii =-I)EALER IN-- Family and Fancy (;r0ceri. (?o.e: tfoneries, Oysters, Tropidal Ftit6t a!l kinds, Sugar, ('t, flee, FlOttt, 'lm;ll Starch, Ra.isi'ns, Nu:s ,4 all lti Canned Fr(d?t and Fish; &c. Fine brand chewink Tolkao. resh Bread cverydaF. tt 1: plies arriving daily. March 91, 1896-2 TRESPAS All hunting and ta,s. Retreat add l)hlerm ph prohibited, under lmnal M Oct.. 9th '97.=--t[. TRESPASS NOCI:: All fronting, fihin or trespassing on Glen ]htr, , . s strictly prohibited nmi, r he la w. :!'1 lot'mer pl'lll; voked. Gb. T. Mt._:fl/. Any person csflght or oth0rwise trdspassing fin Collins or Ohl Lewi prosecuted to the full eit6ftt id aw. All former pertisi0, ed. lb. I'). i.@ls. d. tt. SdWD',Md& } %uEC@Ssor t6' o THR BE};T 2 South-West C6tne/ of Public p/ -We had a rain storm on Thursday though the Auburn IIaircd Twirler By }1. A. Wood D. C Any stock remaining on the Artouish I have always on hand a sui (hrttr l)astore after Feoruary ' th .t-:l.At.'t;l Krticle oY e'vening wlth some hail. It was ex- at timeswas a hit t_wltd. The game 8 6 1898 4w - ' 15 will be eessive}y warm and the atmosphere wasicalled off at the end of the seven th .... charged pasturage--50c pet" mouth.  A m" m  m SPA , . , " was.rendered very pieasantthereby, lnntng, thescore standing 27 to4iln NOTICE J A GILIiSPIE.  nt IIIAAm|I,, lliyl lraty IG nt 1 t ! , " =; -; = favor of Woodville and we honest y bTATE OF MISISSII'PI,  1 15 18.98 ly. ' DEAI Ea tx- a, Trespass Noliee. 4.n ' va,,,, in, Among the visitors to otrr town believe that our club conld have pro- ! Wz,.Kzxsos COUNTY.  ---  -- " " All persons fouud hunting., fishing  " S " To J,h,i F. h'viue, E,,,,,,a lrvi,,e, yAZOO &  Cuo,CFs Fru,*s, Oysfets,  , or otherwise ttespassil, g on the Bur  Z tram Fort Adams g the week vented the Natchez club fronl nlaking I Nut were Messrs C. M. Stricker, J.' Kelsh, a single rutr if they had played with t Iesit' Irviue, Mrs Emma h'viuc, of all kinds, anff Fresh Family tlro  Stutzmann, P. Bakerand B. Sims. yeit" Usu'alj'im. Natchez may be, J:,i,e; h'viue, Mr.Sallie Gordon,, .v VALLEY'Leries ,,eeelvesdal,y,'a,,e, Ca,, 00am,oo,, about 3 mi]e., ad,,Rs, Harris L, vi,,e a ,niuor 1,elle ' [(ivof all kiuds. Maccaron! cook-, sooth of 'V oodville will be prose 'a e.sT mt o1 ::- : " ,  I..&Ir.ROAD he best st le, from  t good at sonlethi'nt but she can't play h,vi le, ]a;na Irvi,e, Care lrviue, d iu t " Y  ": outed to the full extent of the law. CIGAR, Domestic aad lfiala  For paits, oils, varnishes, ball. / Mariau Trvine John Irvine miuors i1111 .Th?Yaz,)o&Missivp to 8r t. - ..... r i A strict watch will be kept on sam FancvLiqu(,r.V)fia,,nth,liit| '-==: , ] d,,te,l-a, .... I'l||ilkZ/X'|" a,,t wUl co,,i,,e ,he t't "" ..:'..22. ......... ea-3 plantat;ion fl)r t/espasers. Bottled and Kcg l6er, L, .,: 'utty, dyes, etc.,, go to Day's ,.  ...... l|llPIllll|illt.| t. n. itL,i ,low on sale [4-'1: -avainSt. Opl,ostte lfm&D'amp. ! drug. store. .., _ .... [ was reading an advertisement of You are comnmnded to appear he- t/1111 |]/i/s:,m u,mt Stq,(ember t:.. t:''4'a aqat L. t, . MAGRUDI"R Ralwa: S 6n hi forc the Chancery Court of the (,oun- I I[1 i@l|ll s.,,, ,,,, ,o.,,it t>ket " , fri nd, .,l :i{ ,rttle di'gaine in thecourt Cbamberlain's Colic, Cholera and] .... i30111, 1, rou, d Irlp b, ebleDly ". ty of W iIk:,l( ,t I  saul st'tte on the ] m IMI 1 t,.o,  I1 p, int, on ts line in I"  ' - ta? | 'l;dy tC ; Diarrhma l{emedv iu the Worcester "" "  ", .......... :'; ' hotf yard is interesting but destru- Enterprise recently, whiei l'.ads me 2nd M,nday the 12th day of Decent- 1 TI J RI'I "1 ,he So,th lea h;ye.nst:)[ liCmll dtl O IIJHIli @flit IM [)erl98to iI.f(l(I (11. snlt In .a}d/l,/lThefa.tdouhledaily servicel ALln 1 IflIL@UiI IJML#. 50 YEARS' March12,92, five to the cotrrt house window glass, to write this. 1  cali trlffhfnlly say I ' . ,  .  sumumr resort m tn?orut. never used any remedy equal to i; for court of W. P. lIl|rton el al, whereto tlillll[I  to st. Louis. Chicago. (ln('th- i " " " " " EXPERIENCE B'uf, ' tht,'s all x:ight as the otmty colic and diari'hma I have never had ........... h,ee,ulnlts ,,ati and l.ottisvlLle of the Ill- | "CONTRACTORS OF-- yv ........ : "" - " :, ....... lnot Ct fitful In co.mectlon with the, V. & 51. J --t o0ts the bill. to use more than one or t*o (l'()s. to This l()th day st ,iUlV I'd. V.R. l{. e,ial01vs one be reach qtl|ckly till(l| 1,lI, TJ,'I  [Wl[ ][,,][-JL" ---a-,. - - " e'nre the *orst case with myself or C.A. COON, Clerk. contforhLbly (lie ln(,',t Itat| ,ts.)rts of Vl.g. ; | Jt-lffk ,tk - )- ,a, . the Wlitt O/III(I111N ;I,III1 settsi(te o[.,ew / . -o , !--- _, Mr. 3uieg (osllnski Wile h'ag been children.W. A STROUD, Popomoke , .,, l,.o,, ".tX,. Enghtnd, the I'housand Islands, the lake and/ --g4 W I[ I. w ,,k, fiere for severa Wcel oia a Visft to City, Md. For sale by (k. ]{.alll. -- t,),.est resorts of Michi'.':tn. Wl:-:cot,Mn and" ( ....  --s ., , ........... ;,,,. .... ,,, M'im?eso.a ' the Hot Springs of Arkansa.s, the , -- ; ' 1" ." -I" #elatii'es, left this morning for his == ==: 2NOFICPJ IO Llgi',t AOP,tO. Yolh)'.'tollo INtra or L|le roortsof Coh>ra(h). Esilltltae8 iJllrlllSllefi TRA MAIS hme'in New Orleans. His visJ;t wa Rheumatism Cured. All peeson are Iferehy forbiddeu Patrollttgo Soliei[ed. ,'pun t- .. OtstGNa, " : ovmmm &c. CIGARS, Domtie mad lfiaparbd', [ always dn hated.  friends nn 8 euttomei6, Will flnae reldy to (to I')nains, 'Pic|(eAs anid 1N, fll illfortvllttlon ItS tO ra.tes Jut cotmection w|lli/lho above (ran I)e,.ha(lof Ageffls of lht Y. & M. V. B,y. and connecting & pleasantone. MY Wife ha's used Chamberlahs to hunt or otherwi:se trespass on my liYtes: :'= --- " , Leave Oi.dcr'with Wottlln & lllckey or Be,, ^m, on.,.ndlng .,kete'a ana.a.LIlttttt.  " blrs. tl. B. McGchee has retffrned Pain lallgl for rheumatism wifll great 'M. Mt;r(IIAY. D. P. A.. Nt:W Orleans. ih-ovns, B;rber shop. relict, aud I cRn reconllt)eud it as a lands knoxvn =Is the (}ihlart tract. Xt;,').l. SCOT'r, 1). P, A., Memphi& quickly $,$ertain our opmton,/.roe w . lrtventio is lmeObably pt4tb]e. Co--unfed- from JacksoiL. Mss., Where she has sp]'endi(! liniment for rhenmatisln n(I the LhlU.#tv tract a}lid Fleet tract, Dec 18"972h|. tionslltrtot, lyonfldentld. ]lt'tmabknPat-tat sent  Oldst agtr]t for teerlM_Imtz Patenti takeo throulh Muu &o. l, eeete Seen for several w ee's with her m(th- other honsohohl nse for which we ahou r ,,file not|h-east nf Woodville rRESP.SS NE IO.F. .,ltot_L.mt_ . er, Mrs. C, B. Gall'sway. lfr. Ethel-" huve found it valuable W.J. CuY- uuder l)cnal',Y of thva.wt.. BEST. 1 ,%11 Iinntin on Simrall and Schae- 00ert Oa,loway returne00 w..her ,,,:,, ,:ed c,ee00, YOl,. $lenllfl nmmtaa. _ ;= Mr Cuyler is sue of the lea(tin " t All I'tuw, iug on my I)lace is stri'cHy fer Idace,s strictly prohibited uuder AbanaaoraelrllPatratealtlY.' I.ar=mtejt. mt frt. 1,Ve have jus'eceived  title merchants of this viH'age and one of .r)rohibdJedf under penalty of the law. penalty of':the law. rr;U|aU"torfmoatl,aur seaottaall; taln-mal:takpwa,'_wr%' Cl Aa S the most pr,,Ininent meu iu this vici- Mws E. W.. Jour. L.W. ,hot,Dt,. MIINN T0rK lilac of pocket knives at, ,,itv.-W. G. PntPPx, Editor Re.d st, t,t Day's drug .tore. @red Borald, Fe" sale by (J. Kalm, ]f 0 97 f. tl. 20 97 tt. ";irEm,- F St.,WaMamtoIk,