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,, .- Eaturday, December I0. Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodvillo )leAnnouncementsf marria- and deaths will be pubhshed go. llbSC&apos;illioil ! t'l' lllilli|ll, ....................... $1 50 . .$2 00 .... ..o.... ..... MARKET. New Orleans, Dee. 9 1898. (!otton-- ......... 5 1-cts  Sleet! SLEET!! SLEETH! "', Only two weeks before Christmas. See Droceeding ofthe Board of Su- pervisnrs in another column. e).-i-= e Pay your taxes before the 1st, of February if you want to vote. For Fireworks go to Day's Drug Store. Mr. Duncan of L00urel Rill pent Monday in town on business. JOB W ORK AT TIlE LEPUBLICAN. m Messrs-Arthur Shepherd and Win. Dahlbom of Pinckneyville were in our gown on Monday. A Beautiful assortment of Christ- ms Cards can be found at, Day's Drug Store. :.-- D 40  -- Mr. Waller Lewis came .down from Natebez on a short, visit during the tlrst of the week. Grippe still continues in oair nidst and several are down with this ' roublesome corn plaint. Attention is called to he uotice of for Mayor, Al.dermen and roll in another column. Dr. and Mrs. W'ifi H. Wood of New came uo on Tuesday's train vistt to relatives in the county. 3USt received at cl). J. A dams, the ass.rrment of Candies and Chocolates, a prices to suit coLt4)n. Mr. Win. Boarder, of Centreville. few honrs in our town Wed- He reports his town as very dull Chancery (Jourt convenes in regular xt IVlonday with our new Iton. W. C, Martin, pre- It, will interst you 5o visit out' store 70t only for seeing he DOLL, but to over the mos complete stock of :nts for everybody. JOS, SARPII1E, The Jeweler. We are illeased to learn that, Dr. L. A. Murduck, who has ben confined to his bed by having stuck a nail in his is able to be np again. Dr.C.S. Hamilton, who has been loea)eD iu Bayou Sara for sometime retur9 Lo Woodvi]le and resume practice. iv im fresh supply or candy just re- tmived aL Day's Dru Store. F013, SAE OiL leET. lot 0u Sligo Street. to GEo. J. ADAMS. Quite a number ,ff citizens from the portion of tAe eount, y were in on Monday. Among them were D, W. Alexander, M. amucl al pit GUUSt. :- Mess,'sMa,'tini(ch,td at,d Edw. 'ron) lef last Saturday evening for (}reenwhc on imporLanb business, re- 'lg /iOllte k uesday, 'l'hey repor In Lhe Delta as.beingin f irits, uuLwighsbandng the low  ICO () C0t tOil. " The wecIc has Deeu a Ve|'y bad one torotUm picKiug '.['he weather ias >been cold wnon 1 was no raining.. "I, this writing, Friday, we have had !'alnsinc , L, lae previous night with it)allegation Of a norther. Yhere is )actl coton in the fields and all the ,hat it will stay there, q?(gK SALE. :for Safe, cheap, and iu apply t,o Ben Brown. [ev. &. T. Brown. P, cctor of Paul's Clmrch, wilt hold a Bible men, every Sunday moruiug )( in tim Snnday schot)t ingadj(dning the church. Any desire to join are cordially ]:he class will be organized day Dec. llth. . to $O (if prieos at which Gifts )Orchased from our  Enormous whioh e, on t bins ,newest in designs ,and work. nd which is offered ,at, the Prices ever made on fine The advantage is yours, don't JOS. SARPHIE, The Jeweler. received a C, '%haefer's Seed - Ralsens, Cleaned C,rrent,% French Chocolate. Faraina Buckwheat, Oatmeal, French Peas. Beans and Grated Plno Apples, nd Shrimp and every- la "a first, class groccry de- $   1 0e0. J. Adams has just received tile ' I I I It_ I / finest' assortment, of ground Sprees I V V le ver br.ught o Woodville. I also ' ]sell Peon Blended Tea, the: finest on 100O1001:.) F0000:E.ithm, rke' .,:,: $'TO TIIE LADIES / CENTEIVILLE DOTS. It costs you nothing t,o get this Doll. Miss Euenia McNe 1 i visiting her Any Lady, Mis.% or Lit.tle Girl yisit- . .  L.- ..........  ,,.. week will be eut'tl ,d  ' The vote . he .. , ()n the sealed number vhe doll holds in her hand. The one guessing hc nearest to the number gets the --DOLL FREE. Place your guess on paoer with your full atone, Plain, and hand it In at the store. Contest will close Dec. 17, at 5 o'clock . . JOS. SARPH1E, The Jeweler. Miss Jonas arrived yesterday and is nnw the guest of Mrs. Bramlette. On account of such dreadful weather the ladies have decided to potpone their entertainment to Tuesday eve Dee. I3th, at which time they hope for  belier weather and a full attendance, We have jus received a large and fresh supply of Xmas Candies of all kinds a, Day's Drug Store. Monday night. The following wer nominated: P. A. Richardson fo? Mayor, Mark Hays for Marshal, Euge0e Ford, E. B. Robinson, E. F. McKey and John Ash for Aldermen. Mr. Eugene Ford and unele Tom Roark are on the sick lis. Mrs. W.P. Jones. of Whit.aker' entertained the ladies of the Whitaker Sewing Society last. Friday at lunch- eon. The suciety has over one hun- dred dollars to its credit Mi.sNina Smith, of Ohio, visited her brother Friday. Mr. Dick Harrell, with Henry Frauk of Natchez, ws in Centreville Wednesday. Bright's Disease and all kidney troubles easily cured by SmitlUs Suro Kidney Cure. I have been bleeding from the kid- Our baby has been continnallv ney for twelve months, and had got- troubled with colic and cholera infeR- ton so weak I was confined to my bed. tnm since his birth, and all tlmt we I was told to try Smith's Sure Kidney could do for him did not seem to give Cure. as il was claimed to dissolve him more than temporary rclief, until stone in ki,lney. After 1 had taken we tried {'hamberlains Colic, Chol- half of the bottle the stone wasds- era and Diarrhoea Remedy Since sol'red and passed away, and iu two giving that remedy he has not been days [ was cured of the bleeding and troubled. We want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our gratitude, not that you need it to ad- vertise your meritorious remedy G. M. LAw) Keokuk, Iowa, For sale by G. Kann. The death of i'].s Katie Richter on Monday morning, was a sudden and unexpected one and cost a gloom over a large ctrele of friends. The funera! took place on Tuesday afternoon and the remains were followed to the grave byalarge numhcr of friends. We extend to the bereaved family our sympathy in their loss. Hon. J. A. Redhead last week was elected President of the Cotton Plant- ers Association of this Sate and by toques5 of the AssociaMon has written an address to the cotb0n growers, which we are in receipt of. The ad- dress is sensible and practical all through and should induce some of the farmers of the State to reform their mthods. We wilt publisb tl.e address next week. COUIIR6I "December 22ad, FIFTY OLD MAIDS. INTERSTATE OLD MAIDS UNION. Annual Convention will beheldin the Chapel of Edward McGeheeCol- logo, Thursday evening. Dec. 22, 1898. Tl,esespiustersassemble for auoble purposeand Woodvitle no duabL up- preciatestlis compliment paid her. They accepted nur iuvitabion over that (ff Chicago, WashiugLou and :New Orleans. Let us prove our apprecia- tion by giving them a hearty wel2ome. Hontes desired for fifty delegates-- those wii bachelor members pre- ferred. Ladies wF.ling ,to take dole- The quotatio n spot co,ton f()r the past week is unchanged, with mi(tulingat 5candrood middlingat 5. Futures have fluotnated with8 points, receding to 50S to 510and uoitluashigh;as515tn516 for Mareh c(,utracts otwtthstandng the very bad wear, her the receipt, s continue on a large scale, surpassing t.hoc :of last year.and are now over 306,000 l)alea ahead of the monser erop of 1897-98. Still in spite of a 5c basis tot middling qn ew Orleans, our home eutA,t)n buvers are praym from 5e t.o 5 f(): good cot, t,(m. which is be)nod dm]bt a hotter riee than any iu),cri,r town in the State is;paying, and in fact,,)s good, if not better, than many points with a eompetallve fretgl)t rate. 1 Was troubled will severe female weaknes for over a ),ear. and was confined to the bed .for over six monlfs. 1 was treated by six very prominent phvsiciatm without any marked benefit. My last doctor was a skilled specb[liqt, and, im told me the only hope llb, y ill all 3pc.ration 1 heard ,)f Smith's Sure Kidneyt'nre. and after usilg it for otto mot)th i find nty.elf cu,'ed, aud even the doc- tor who last treated rite now pronoun- ces me well. Mt;s. J R [;',tw{ Atlanta, Oa Price 50 cents. Eor sale by Chas. R Day. The Board of Sttpervisors rot'used to a'rant a lieeuse to retail liquors at the flute, four miles this side of Forl Adams. The great rnajorlty of the while PeOl.fle of the county wilt hearli- ly endorse the Board whenever t, hey refuse to ru.nt, licenses Lo I'etill liquors:out,ide of towns or where there are 13o peace ofllce s t) mdnt.ain at, least a semblance ()f order. Whether or n:)b there are adverse pctitionsin cases that m;ty arise in th future, consideratitm for the comf, rt and safety of the women attd children of such threaten,d ueigl b')rhoods shtmld, and we believe will with our preseut .,;upervis;,rs. Judut'e he lh :)r<l bo persue a firm attd steadfast policy iu ;uch case. Persons troub'led'wth diarrhoea ,','ill be interested in the experience of Mr. W. M. Bush. clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Providence, R. I. He says: "For severaI s, ears I have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel. - About two 3,ears ago a traveling salesman kindly gae me a small bottle .of Chaml)erlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Reran-" dy. Muchm my surprise and delight -its effects were immediate: When .  ever  felt symptoms of the disease I Sm)th' Sure Kidney would for',ify myself against the attack has nla,le a permaneltlw" 1 " ' .; .. . ,  tth,a few doses of this valuM)le rem- tSs.  rUR'E*R, ed- The  "t" - ' - ) "  ....  y. cs 11 laas been Kcry "aus "' t)( lie, nOFO, l'I( t " "'5 cents For sale by Cha.,I factory and almost comp{te rehef lmm , the fffiiction." eomnlenced to improve)  am UOW entirely we]l JOHN STOKES, Bartlett, Tenn. Price 50 cents. For sal0 by Chas. R. Day -New Advertisements. ELEC I'[(_)N N()TI:?E, Ataregular meetingof the Board of Mayor and.Aldcrmnenof tim town of \\;\o(,dvilie held at tim Maor'sof- fice on Tues(lav the 6th (lay of Dec., 1898 the following order was made as folh)wsto-wit: In accordance with Chapter 4 of'tho charter of thetown of Woodville it is 0rdered that an elec- tion be heht at the Ma,,or's office ot the town of Woodville on the 1st Monday the 2,d day of January 1899, for he purpose ofelectingone Mayor. fottr Aldermen and one Marshall to serve for a term of two years from said 1st Monday in Jann'ry 1898. It ] is further or(lered that John V. Bry- I aud PhiliplIahn attd J. P. Miller,[ Registrors of said town be and they I are appointed to hold said elecliou ! attd make returns therefrom to this[ Board o,, Tdesda, the 3rd day ell January 189S. V. C- ,ILLER, Mayor. Attest l. JAcon. Clerk. In accordance with the above order directed to the under:dgned commis- sioners. e will hold an election at the Mayor's office ou Mot:day, the 2d day of 3auuary 1898 for the elcctio)t of one Ma,or, four Aldermen and one City Marshall to serve for the en- suing term ot two ,ears. JOtlN V: BRYANT, J. P 5"[ILLIqIL PHILIP tls ms. Comrni.sioners ot Election. Woo(Iville, l)ce., l0 1898-4w. STARE OF MISSISSIPPI. To t3arrie Bht t, T. S. Donne]a, and Ka(eT Cautwell. defe,da,ts: Yet, are commanded to appear be- forethoChacer' Court of Wilkinso: Couuty % said state, on lhe secmd Monda of])eeemberA. D. 198. to defm d the suit tu said court of Peter Moller executor of If S. Van Eaton deceased, wherei, you are dcfondauts. This 16thda of November A. D. 1898 C A. CooN, Clerk, 11-19-1898.--4w. , ,,.o.o....o...,,..,. ATT[NTION! WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : I PZT00E LIQ00T Ol=00S i" o SUCH AS o I rE, U Choice Stocr o[ FI,I/E CIGARS Always on Hand ! Those is need of IURE LIQUORS for medical pur- I poses will do well to call aft(1 examine my stock. " ! WELL KNO fin F,q C T lt That we carry the laest and best I seleeetd so of General J[erehandise in Sothuest ississippi, bttt we eal your i!t, (/, special attention to or new liie: of" , DRESS GOODS, comprisi the season's novetiee iz Fancy tPorsteds, _Fancy [] t Plads, ltenrettas, Cashmeres, Dress Flannels, Faney Blael Goods, Broea- l dines, Ginghams, Otins Flanelettes ee. g /,ql ./llso or Clothin depaytment in l which we are o00ferin00 specie00l val00es in nobby, w-to-dae sits, overcoats, ete Clothin that look well, fit well and wear mell. IL(A Oitr stocl is complete in every depart- t[ merit and prieest are right, tFe have no 1( spteial sales days bt u,ill ive yot. fll t vahte,. ,, for yotr money every day in t the zeek,. ti ,0000art,n Rotho 'TRESPASS No'riCE. All hun'in on my i)laee is striet]v ,)rohibtl;ed uoder l)enaltv of the taw. Ms E. W. JooR. 11 2O 97 tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. IInnting or otherwise trespassing on thc MeMantt,l?arishaud Bowling hit:ite(t underfull penalty of the law. Green plac(:stsstricllvpro,dbit.,d un- Auystock remaining on the Artonish (ier pcuaitv of the law. All tornter perrnissions revoked R M. McGEIIEE. J. II. FENDLETON. ept. 4, 186-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. All hnnting or tresoaing on the Artonish htt,(ls under ftHice is Dro- pasture after Fobruary 15Ih will be charged pasturage 50c per otonth. J. A GILLESPIE. 1 15 1898 ly. gnber00ity of -- Ni00si0000ippi, I a8- I aa. Courses in Literature. Science. Phi- losc)phy, Elocution, Pedag,agy, Law. )) Sch()oN Eular t d c( z2 J .. g , )rps instruc- r, ors. Contp]ete water and sanitary system. Uusurp'assed he;tlthftlhles. TUI'['I()N Fl= EE tO nlen an(] wotnen It[ al] dep;lrtlneuts extent, law. All expenseslow. Semi- Centennlal celebration Nov. 6. S: '98. Nex! Sessh)n opens Sep. 15. 1898. For ca|t ]o,.zue or i n fornlab|t)u address. R, B, FULTON. Chancelh)r, :NOTICE. BIDS to paint the sfeel bridge aeross Buffal, creek, according to memorau(h)m ou file in IIm chancery clerk' office will be teceived np to 9 o'*elock A M oil the 1st Monday in Den eeml)er 1898 The Board reserves the riglt( to rejectany anti all bids. C A. COON, Clerk. 11 12 1898 4w. O00jocts of MmimIi0n00 WEDDING AND FIOLII)AY GOODS ARI: ENTIRELY DEVOTED 2"0 A DISPLAY OF ! SUITABLE ]'OR EVERYBODY AND EVERY PURSE.  If in doubt as to what to   buy, come and look at, our " magmficent selection of : Watchas, Clocks, Diamonds,  Jawoiry, Sitvware, Brio-a-  6rao, Gold and gilve Fias, ! Pocket i)ook, Card Oases, . Ch;ld's Sefs, ps and S-  eers, Vases, Suvair Spoc:= ..:. E Etoq Etc.     While we cannot, de,crihe t)  : eI|ulneraLe ollr Great) Variety of , h2il January 17th 1S99 oltr priee on Dress Goods and Clothi will b redu.ced 20 Per Cent Or-ehoice selee!ions for the mastrade is now ready. Or stoc Toys was ncrer so complete. Com, e and be pleasantly surprised, Sztrprise at the splendid assortment with and low prices. C, 00CHAEFER= C KANN. W'OODVILLE, " ' " DEALER IN-- DRUGS and MEDICINE00, CHFMiC00I,00 Public School Books :B"ane00 and '00olle00; .dk-t 1fflcloI Stationery Painters Stpphes, Cu.ttlery Furnz, in IIardu, a e, IlluminatoR2 Oils, Garden Seed 6c Phvslcians prcriptlcns carethlly compoundcu, and orders c ck selected xi':'t grat care a ndwarranted as rep reeted. v. 8.9z..y-y. J. II. Joxs W P S. VE.mTS'| JONES & VENTESS, WOODVILLE. MISS. Ofllcein McGehee building. DR. CHAS. E, CATCHINGS V OODV,,LE : : : : 188. Office in Adams Drug Store. uy J14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. IIAGRUDEI? Physician and Surgeon, WOODV[LLE. MISS. Office at residt.uce. Alu'iI 7, .$8 }y DR C. C. C08. Dental 00urgecn, V,' O DDVLL L/.'. 3'I.IS, Office up stairs over the I)ostftlee. .I .... A. G. SHANNON, WOODVI hLE, MISS. Will practme in all )ate aud United Stale courts in this State ]{,eat estat  bought ,nd I(t on bout missi(,n. Ofllc o,, F.m,-,)('ia' how DR. JOHN F. TI-IERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILIE, MISS. Mare St at hzs t,1, Stand Office on . " . "s  " --" JOHN A, LOWRY, D. C, BF,&MLBTT. Bramlott & Tucker. WOOI)VILLE. MISS. Office in MGt.hee Building, ,ner(.i,q I ow. J. H, JONES.  OODVILLE, MI Olliee ubova the epubliea Oflic(k --I)EALEI IN Family and Fancy laoneries. Oysters. Tro a I kinds, Sugar, Coffee Starch, Raisins, Nn,s t,f Canned t,'rui attd Fish, &e, Fine brand chewing Tobacco, Fresh Breatl every day. ew alp, plies arriving daily-, March 21, 196-y TRESPASS Z O+I'IC . All hmttih and Retn,;) "it:c. l)amert)n prohibited,, under penalt M A SON Oct.. 9t h '97.--t.f. TRSPASS :NOTICE, All hnntiog, fl trt'spas,Hug ou Glen Burnm strictly proltibited under t he law. All Iorlner yoked. Gun. :FRLSPAc S NO I ]CEo Any per,on eanht ht -r otherwise (res Collins t)r()hlLewis proseented to the fll ex  t aw All former ed. F.. ]). 'LL't,I t2eS  o r tO DIRECTOR, F, T00I00EIER, lLtlN - s'rrtEET. Keens ahvas on hand FRESII OYSTERS a,,,I FISH. Orders for all kids of fish solicited and will receive prompt atteutiou. NOTICE. BlDS h)build a bridge acro.. the bayou on fr nt,tr.e( iu town of Fort Ad.'ttn. ,lee()rhn to p('('ilications on tile iq the, !dla:lcerv cl,q'k's ofllee, will bO roeeived up to9 o'clock A. :u, on fhe lt Mmtday in l)ece)nber 189a. "Ire I(mrd.reerve,'s the right to reject nV and all bids. (3..4,. OON, Cler,<. It 12 1898 tW, i " ' , I'ly loUldl A ama; i)arilla and purify yoltr bl.)t)(l, 25 cents circa@or thn lh,tts aL Gt0, Uni versts,', Miss. 6 19S.  Elegant PI'SENI'S. we are , glad t3 show ttem r,)alt vsit(t.s.  FUNERALDtRECTOR. " -) , , ,o, k ofMetahe,,U''o,,,' THE ]00EST , ---- cottCXAX, ! ."  alwa s on hand at Wood ' ; ...,' e<,.G, Tke Jweler. en Com,s y - (,A'I,  41year,areaowned ,q.salead-  llle MlS8 , alll St .,,','' ,. . " . South-West Corner ha,'e- o,, hand a .,.?t/- Ovc, r ltE, Goldand ilver }led- .,S .... _.___,  --"7-,7 -------, I'eS.r a,4 LOLICt. article of . . MAR&NTO, AI, persons f,,u.,, huo.,,g, i .,|= m!IL00, Oyster season i's tfow ol)en and ".2 or otherwise trespassing (,n-I lc Bur [z: Co,arse ineludeg :Expert Ac- I \\;1 OUZzti.g azx( AladitilIg, and  ...;,,,. ..... i' .... ; .... q .. nautwood planta)i,,n at)(,nt b m 1,  r .s. v,mr'rn ov "  .. tz O,aarantee4 ]EI!gher and  ..e K,% t ...... it.., O,. hattd fl"e I ,. " ,e .. . "4.,& Sttperior to any o,her in the . Bv,)cook oysiers o)l ice. D,'c- )} I south of _)Ydville wJl] l)e prose 5 b'--rii . 8onth. I'e own our cr,i!e:,'e pared in sty,. ,,'e,,a,,- ,...e,,t o,,ltola,,. %VXI00_. S (- W facalty.facilities aid ua uaexUa H tile UO tub o)sters..All <tnds t'{ I A strietwatt'it ll t)e kept OD saint r) Br Baa)v ,,, Graduates hold h-ading posillons all over tho . of (a]ifor)tla Fr'uit, /J ancy  , ,,.,.,,; .... tr, v t., ,. t'o,),,i.,'y. Instruetionatit)(ronal. . ' ,, ., ,, ', nt'u,,,,, ......... t ....... ,. CIGARS. I)oaeslic and CaltLly, xNuts etc. ev I ,  .. it, vine" lumer(ms business conneotPans and be g umcrsaHy vd reputably /;nown, ,ao   Main St, Opposite Baum & '-)aml)f.  Oa))ex Liqu, rs, V(,*m,nl Itavc su;)t,'lor advantages in l, itliaff adcam to (iK ''6:t-'  Ie:e alwn, scn l)a_]. set'ore i,Aiq.Li('hS. Botf)ed and Keg v-:. ato'e 1 ecn,ected wtth goul olle'e l:'tb 12 98 I Y. tl l'hich 8tlldeni4 do aCtttal btsine whl real goods and. a ,. ttal oney, an d they kep the hooka iu the latcs ]ab(,r t:tvhg formS, tudent, euter aS ny time. EngUsh, Aca- delllJ, ,hOrthand anti rHlt4111@8 8choel$. ,gall 6ul)arat fu.eulties. 8end fur eatalague. WALSH & WiLSgN, CONTRACTORS OF lit. BIICK ' CEIVIENT Eslimates Furnished Patromtge Solicited. t,f Mississippi. AllLE FACULTY. Welt equipped GXAHJ:. R'tt.06 loW) OWlttg t.o end,)wnlEl|t, 'lFWrite for Catalou+,, .T.T. D,tL A K E, SE(:It'rA aY, 8 6 1898 t f, LOST -- ,%. W a Vet IlealLby h)cath)n in the hill (:ount, ry LeaveOrder. with Wetllin& tIickey ov In It I'O;V li, Bv.l,b*3r llo p, Dec 18 97 2m. TRESPAS NO'FICE, :&II ht)nt, i)t o,t a))d S(:liae- Cer t)laeests s|rirtly prohibited uuder penalty vt tim law. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of March 12. 92. .ter, sal rheum and eczema, Cliam. erlai'a Eye and Skin Ointment i --- without an equal. It. relieves the itch- izg and smarting ahnos*, iIstantly and its continwed Use effeets a perma_uent cure. It also cures itch. barber's itch. scald head, sore ipples, itching I'iles, chaP, t)od hands, chronic eore eyes. gn granulated lids. Br. Cadr's ('on,lifteR Powders fin hc, are the best toni(', lqoed purier vernflage. Price, 25en, d-h7 My fHelds o) , eusf-,mor wiP fi!)tl me rcdy N, do btsJne. .r/)  /) m@ t