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" 1 " ................. have Saturday, January 1 &apos;.tclal Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. Simple Announcements of marria- ges and tleaths will 0e puhhshed witlmut charge. ,llbs(Til.|tllli |lt'l' ;1111111111. Rash ....................... $1 50 Ol,herwie .................. $2 00 MAR K ET. New Orleans, Dec, 17, 1897. ! 'ellen- :Middling ...................... 5 1-4 A Ilappy New Yearto all[ With the beginning of the New Year let, good,resolution s be made and carried out. JOR WORK AT TIlE IEPUBLICAN . A full line of black-'and fancy worm ' ted at Re Lhsch ild's. ' On th( first day of the year we I'iush caps and Misses Iackets ----" "---- Sylves'00er's Speci h a request to make of our. Ci Schaefcr's. frien(ls" and subscribers, which is. very important to us. Pay up your indebtetlnessti) this office if you owe anything! If you are It isdt)ubtful if any other state several years ill arrears, and can can show insane hospitals so well tiuanced as those of Mississippi. not I)ayin full, payinpart. Come [I le'lnnual reports show them to to the CircuitCourI, Ihesecond t)e more than half-supporting. week in this month prepared to The raceme accrues from tile settle your subscrilti(m dues. large farms connected with the :"" [institutions. Therel)ort further For,tn evening of deliglitfnl indicates all uble corps of l)hysi- entertamment, January 28th at[ciansand attendants secured uu- Masonic Hall. Come and see der reasonable alaries.Vicks- Chas. Underhill in Rip Van burg Post. Winkle, The Merchant of Venice and Merry Wives of Winsor. o i-gpo We have just, receiyed from a northern market an elegent line ot ladies dress goods and full line of trimmings. C. Schaefer. The American Legion of oIIonor promptly paid, on last week, te Mrs. Louisa Aaron, widtlw of the late Jns. .... Aarnu, the full amount at the Benefit The Jury listfwt'he next, term of Certificate amounting to $3000. The our Circuit Court, will be found in an- claim was paid within sixty daysafter filing tlSe proof of deth and shows how promptly all of this orders obli- gations are me. When taken the c'nst of Insurance into consideration, this order commends itself Loallthe yt)ung men who arein ncedofinsu- rance. JUST RECEIVED. Loaded shells in all sizes and loads at, Gee. ,T Adams. Last Friday, Christmas Eve, our streets presented an old tittle appear- ance attcl the amount of business done on that day perhaps exceed that e[ any Christmas Eve business in the recttlletion of the oldest, business man. It is believed that the total business for the week was fully equal to that, of last year. Business since Christmas has been remarkably goocl and beyond tile expectations of every onE, 1000 pairs of mens shoes all size congress and lace, a good heavy substantial shoe. Cost to makeS1.25, our price $1. Ask A cornpletc line of childrens :tad Misses school shoes, 1)est oil grain at Rot hschild's. [] NOTICE. To the Creditors of S. P. Adler, De- ceased : You are hereby notified that atthc December ter|n, 1897, of the Chance- ry Court of Wilkinsou county, Mis- sissipl)i, said estate was declared in- solvent, and you are notified that on the 9th day of May, 1,8.8 the. same being the first ({ay of the May Term of said Court the claims sial,st said Estate will be taken up for examina- lion and adjudication. All claims must be filed with the Clerk of saifl Court by said day and all creditors may attend. C. A. COON, ('lerk of Chancery Court. WoodvilleJan. 1, 1898-4w WALSH & WILSON, Other column. No serious cas;l,;llt's were reported during Christ mas despite the reckless firing of fireworks. The Board of'ldermen meet, next r . Tue.,day evening and considerable business will be transacted. Several ,1' our enterprising ctdored citizens have had a series of races a! the Fair rotnd, during bhis week. 500 pairs of al[ vottl pants at $1.50, 1.75 and 2.00. Worth double. At Rothschlhls The White Grocery Company have removed to the Mass,hie building an, nicely domiciled in their new store. We are much pleased to hear thai . our friend, tlon. H. S. Van Eaton is w:ry much improved, and is able to Z - "be up again. (3ottou has advanced a hbble iu price n-twithstandlng lhe yery heavy re s. It still continues to come in here in la-ge volume. An-olegent line of men's and boys' for them at R(tthschihls. at, C. Schaefer's. Invitations have been issued for a Masque Bail, to I:m given at the mieIIallon Lhe 12Lh. The affair ill no doubt be a grand one. A cold weather anal)! A good double l0 x 4 bhlnket for cents at Rothschihls. The Board of 5upervtsurs meet in regular session on M,nday. The coun" ttng of tim money tu the county Treas- tlry is cue of its inJ portant missions. Quite anumber of promiuentciti- ,lellt froln this county spent te week In Natchez, atten0mg Lhe Fairan0 races. We know full well they had a "laice time.l IIos. W. P. 5. Ventrcss and T. M. hetatone will leave for Jackson nexL 'Ionday, to attend the regular sessmn,, Of the LegislaLure, which meets con- <enes in that place next week. and boy's golf caps in wool VdIVo boens for 25 CClILS at Rotlsehild's. house of Pel,er Wilson, who lives Mr. F. 1); Lewis' place, was de- by fire the firs5 of the eek. g in thehouae was lust, Lo- Iethcr wits eighL bales of coulee aim of corn. 'Kid gloves worth 1.50 n,r 1.00. The 1eat we avo,, ever sold for the money. was held on last Monday night and the installed .ffleers are as follows: For W. I1. Wilkinson, R. A. C.: A. T. Benedict, H. P. M. Rothschild. E. K. H. S Van Eaton, E. S. Edward Aaron. Captain of Host. Sol. Jacoby, P. S. C. C. Cross, R. A. C. J. A. Davidson, G. M. 3d V. J. A. Ventres% G. M. 2d V. L. C. Sehloss, G. M. 1st V. B. Goslinski, Treasurer. John F. Therrell, Secretary. Phillip Hahn, Sentinel. For A,ylum Lodge No, 6L L. C. Sehloss, W. M. Gem J. Adams, S. W. F. A. Hart, J. W. B. Goslinski, Treasurer. John F. Therrell, Secretary. A. T, B,medict. S. D. Sol Jacoby, J, D. P. Itahn, Tyler. The newly installed officers have the work well in hand cud it is expec- ted increased interest will be mani- fested in the order. 200 pieces of oulmg, all styles and shades, from 5 to 10 cents lit R(d.hs('hild's. 1CO:NTR A CTORS OF It- -- BRICK @ CEMENT -,+wo r K. Eslimates Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wettlia & lllckey or Ben Brown's. Barber Shop. Dec 18 97 2m. Watd to Buy CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE ! Of all kind, fat or poor. Will be in Woodville between January lsl audSth prepared to pay the highest cash prices [or cattle delivered to me in this town. For reference applyto Farmers& Merchants National Bank of Cleburne, Texas. B. F. STOKES. 12 18 3w. FOR RENT. The W. L ]lays Place, about 21,5 acres, 6n acres in cultivatio, : sit,steal '-=: about 7miles west of Woodville. The Installation of the officers of T.e Caesar G411espie Place abou W. H. Wilkinson. g. A.C.fand Asy- 280 acres 60acres iu cultivation l lure Lodge Nn. 63, A. F. and A. M., i. situated about 5 miles from For Adams. For particulars applyto EDWARD AARON. Dee. 18, '97-if NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICIO. at .lacks,, Mis Novemlmr :0th 1897. Notice is hereby given thai the fol- lowing named settler has ti/e,d notio, of his inlention h) tnake final prt)of i, support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Circttil lerk of Wilkinson Connt;', at Woo(I- ville, Miss. on Decemher 2:h'd. 1897. viz: ,,larshal Miles of lliram. Missis- sippi, H E. No 22741.f,rthes.uth- -ast quarter, section 8, T. 3. N. R. 1 East. lie natnesthe follownlg witnesses to prove ds COlltinnous residence, tll)Oll and cultivation of, saul la,)d, viz: Bet). llaynes, of Hiram post office. .Mississippi. WilhamCammaek, of GIosterpost office. Mis. Henderson Anderson of IIiram posl office, Mis Titus llaynes, of lIiram post office Mississippi. ROBEIVI" E. WILSON, Nov 13 1897-6w Register. TRES PASS NOTICE. All hunting, fihi,,ff or otherwis- trespassi. on (He. lhu'me plantatio,, is strictly prohibited under penally .t the law All tc>rmer permirrions rn- yoked. Go. T. [C(;EHEE. P()SIT[()NS GUARANTEED. To (ratluates of IIaaris' Practieui Business C.ollege, School of Shm. llancl, Telegraphy. etc., Jackson, Mississippi. We have bou-h , the Wavatt Onl- leges here attd at Meridian. hnt haw" closed out the one at Meridian. and prepared to give students the very best business training to be had any- where. Catal, gue sent , n applica- tion. N. ,I HARRIS, President, Jackson, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTV'E, I have just received attd will keep constantly on hand a full stlpplyof COFFINS and CASKETS. of all St, lea. which I will sell at rea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W. C. Bonnvs res- idence. TIlOS. ROLkND. Aug 21, 1897-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. Iluntint or otherwise trespassing on the McManuu. Farish attd Bowlina Green places ts strictly pL'ohibited un- der penalty of the law. All forints. pertnission revoked R M. McGEIIEE. J. tt. PENDLETON. Sept. 4, 1896-tf TRESPASS NOTI(JE. All hunting and trespassing on Ret, reat attd Dameron t)lace is st, rim v prohibited, under penalty of the htw. M ASON SNOW DEN. Oct., 9th '97.--tf. NOVICE The puhlic are herehv notified timt l]unln is l)r,hihited on the -ur- ge, re, Elmwood, Belleview anti (;or- don ! lantai,ns. All hwmer per,nlt are herehv re- voked. CltXS. COHEN. N-v. 20. 1897-tf Millinery work of all kinds done at Mrs. Moselys. Renovating made a specialty, tlats, Bonnets. Tam O'Shanters. Bahv C, aps Etc. Satis- faction guaranteed. Frt class brick lor sale hy A. I'. Benedict. Notwithstanding the advance in woolens our stock of clothing is being offered at extremely low prices at Rotbschild's. The wet season is upon us and waterproDf garments are what is needed. Ask to see ottr Mackin- toshes from 2.50 to 5.00, sohl elsewhere from 4.00 to 9.00. At Rothschilds. DRY FEET FOR. WOMEN. Fashionable shoes leave no excuse for women to suffer with their feet. The walking shoe for this winter has a thick sole. a low. broad heel and a round toe. ',Bulldog," bv the way, is the name for the shape ot loe now most worn. This shoe is made on a man's last. In other wor=ls, it is built on lines that conform to those of the human foot. and men think the new style very pretty. The new shoe des not look large or clumsy, but has a style to it that is impos- sible to obtain in a p'omted-toe boot with a soul nothlcker than heavy paper and a high heel. "Women are wearing larger, heavier shoes than ever betore." said a well- known dealer "Calf skis boots are not so popular as they once were. simply be- cause they cannot be cleaned with the ordinrry liquid shoe polish, and women have not found it pleasant to patronize bootblacks .in public, and sending out their footwea to be cleaned is not conven- ient, So they have returned to the dull dongola, or the enameled leather. "Many have an idea that buying shoes madeofthelatter is like investing in a lottery ti(ket; that they often crack like patent leather, is waterproof, and easily dleaned." I'RESI'ASS NOTICE. All ht,ntinL2 or, Simrall and Rehae,, let places is sirimlv prohihitcd uudcr penalty of the law " [ 11 20 97 tt. Owing to the absence from twu of members and the installation of by Asylum Lodge, the Knights of: Pyt, hlas4alled to elect officers on ,!nday night. In fact, no meeting as held. The electhm will take place bexl Monday night without fail. rotation for buying good been established too gtodo much blowing about. only name a few items: suits 90 cents, Boys' $2., Men's suits $2.50, all wearers and will satisfy you. Rothsehilds. On last Mondayiight at, the Catho- Mr. Eliott Chisholm was tn the holy bonds of wedlock Mary Haynes. one of m,r most young ladies. We ex- t the happy couple our hell r! lest and wish for them a full of happiness as when they and were proununced and wife. (2hrmtmas entertainment at the McGehee College was truly inter- 'and reflects credit on the teach- the different classes. The pa- well Dleased with the pres- and the College bids fair best work this vear. The is unsurpassed. With su('h Miss Geor2ie Swanson at the we see notllng else in the fu- but a grand.success. uested a friend to write us a article," for last week, did not ee until it was in Theday of dark andghomy It,ly so affecl,ed the spir- Winter stockings are very gay indeed. l that he was keyed up They come in silk. catton(lisle and wool. The favorite kind has a black ground. the pesslmi,tic wall which he with plaids and stripesofall colors. The He felt at the time th-t, buyers are cautioning the heads ofhosi- dollar, nra hug. or an erydepartments in the hig dry goods in the e.quntry, and that i houses not to overstock with black sleek- ' ings, as the ch.nces are that they will be be. But he has re- entirely out of vogue hy spring.--Nw spirits and it is all riiht. York Sun. =o= =o==, Remnant Sale? COLIC and TYMPAN IT I In IIorses, Mules and Cattle. Hear what two prominent planters say of Dr +0+ Sylvester' s Spece. woodville. Mss.. Sept., i7, 1806. This is to certify that I have been using Dr. Sylvester's Specific for Colic rots and Tympanties [or about a year : and having tested it thoroughly, find it to be all that is claimed for it. The surest and quick- Woodville. Miss.. Sept. IS. 1896 This is to certifv that I have had con- siderable experience in the use ot "Dr. Svlvester's Specific for Colic. Bets, etc.," and have found its use satisfactory in evewrespectbeing quick and sure in est remedy that I have ever used. giving relief, and never sailing. G.T. McGEItEE, Phmter. F.D. LEWIS, Planter. I _For sale at GEORGE dRG UE'S Drzff Store R. DAVID S ON, STAPLE and FANCY CROCERY. . ,--.S3E FI:UITS /Llq'D PtODUCE, RECEIVED :lhI'r .Y. On WEDNE3DA Y, Jan. 5th, just previous to taking of our regular annual inventory we shall offer at greatly reduced figures, our entire stock of odds, ends and ]RTnDatDt's, = left from the season's trade.. The goods will be here at the: lowest possible figure, and you will be pleased with the assortment and prices. C. SCHAEFER. {700a7i V LEMONADE. Tfi THE PIJBLIC: Notwithstanding the rigid ' quarantine regulations placed !  around our town we are prc- l pared to offer the very highest ! i prices for cotto ud.ymg SPOT I]$H for same. \\;Vhcn we say d:tafts but the actual money. 0, \\;Vc have also a very large and complete stock which wc offer at extremely low prices, t I Yours Truly, Martin norhscnild & Bro., - i , t u MORE ENTERPRISE. 4, MORE INFLUENCE. MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. MORE SPICIAL IEATURES. @  y The Times-Democrat, NEW OIZI,EANS. LA. 4 4' 4" MORE NEWS. 4"MOlt E STORIES. 4" MORE INFORMATION. 4"MORE ILLUSTRATIONS. ,4, F P 4":;, 4":i4" 4MORE ADVERTISEMENTS. 4,'1' qPlll MOST NrI1DIILY CIR- C1ULATEIO NPWBPAPEH * IN 'rHB BO1UTH. 4, 4" 4" r Subscribe for It If want you 4, to keep np with current 4"+4. 4, events at home and abroad.  Dally and Sunday, per year.$I2 00  geml-Veekly, per year ...... 1.00 4" {Tuesday and Friday.) flundays only. per year .... 2.00 & b AMPLE COPIES FREE. 4" THE TIME$-DEMOCIRAv/', " -I. 4"  Near Orleana, ]La. 4,4.4"4,-1.4.+4"4-4.4.4,4,-b4"4,4, .4- ++++++4,4,++-4,+4,++4,4,4,4"+. ;:I; ELECTRIC BELT FREE. To Introduce it and obtain a,nls tim un- dr,dgnod firm will give away a f+w of thei [..SGrmnn Elee(v,,e B.Its inv,,nted by trof. Van dor Wo.ydr,. Pres. of tim N-w York Elec- t,'ical Society IU..- Patent 257.617 a n,)sltive ('ureter nlwous DPhflity, Rheutnalth. los Of Power. &e. Address at one,, Elctrl Agency, P. O. Box IS7.L New York. N. Y. li i. I trIM package of "' B LAgK-DRAUG,tT - eoi (harge at TIME i rr .' FLY** '98 COMINC. Get )'our New Year pres- ents from us, we'll save you iuoncy. Our selection is unl)aralleled and prices within the reach of all. Call and sec the pretty se- lections of Watches, Dia- monds, Jewelry, Silver- ware, Silver Novelties, Spectacles, Clocks, Rogers Table-ware, Gold Pens, Etc. Etc. Our goods are guaranteed as to quality and worknlanship. JOSEPH SARPtIIE, The Jeweler, NOTIUE FO FRES 'ASSERS. All persons are herehy forbidd,,n it) hnut or otherwise trespass on my lands known as the Gihlart. tract, the Lhertv trae and Feet tract, anent I mile uorlh-ea, t of WoodviJle under penal',y of tile law F. F. BEST. Dee 19. '96-tf L C -! KANN. WOODVILLE, - - " " , - MIS DEALER IN-- DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMiCeI,V Public School Books -anc" and 'o:Ple Aa 1;lclCI,' L'o'lzooo zn]L ,;,t]L. Stationery Painters Spplies, Cuttlery. ffurni,,// i+t 11ardware, lt&minatin Oils, Garden Seed 'e. tPhvsicians prcriptions carefully compounded, and orders correctly ::,',wez " cck selected wi t grat care audwarrantc as re F resented. . S. 9 z. .--y. - ..... I I- = ,= I I 11 F. A. MeLAt W P. S. VENRTE.S McLAIN & VENTRESS, tR0rup d Counselors at Lw, WOODVIb[,E. MISS. - Office in McGehee bniJding. --b. ---. T-ONT-- nENTIST. VooDVILI, E. " ' tl ISS. Office at Schlesmge" louse. April 18, '95 ly DR. CHAS. E CATCHINGS PII?IIII,!t I1 IBIII, VOoDV bLE : : ' : 18S. ()flier in Adams Drug Store. July 14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, M I,%q. Office at residence. April 7, .881 . DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, ODDVILLE. MiSS ()ffice np stairs over the Post.tlice. A. (. SHANNON, tte a lm.l:r tla, WOODVI hLE, MIBS. Will practe in all State and United ,'4tate courts in tids .iato Real estate h,,nght an4 -. ld on eom missiou. Office ou C.)mn,rcial R.ow. -- H.S. VMN EATON. t0r: n 0uel0r th, Office tip sadrs iu thc Odd Fellow: Building. DR. JOHN F. TRERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOOI)VILLE, MISS. Office on Main St. at his old Stand JOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and %Vood- en Coffins always on han at Wood- ville. Miss., Main St, BramIott & Tucker.. itt0mys ad Ca.Iors t ia;, WOODVILLE. MISS. Offiee in MG,hee Buildiug. Como  mercial Row. J, H. JONES. &tt0n0y  C0I0r t la, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office above the lepubliean OLq,-e. Trespass Noliee. All" persons ton nd hun tin: Or otherwise treslmsing namwood plantati<;n ah south of 'odville cuted to the full extent t)fthg0,ta. Astrictwateh will he kept eli salm plantation for tteapas,ers, L ''. MAGRUI)En Cm]era I --I)EALER 1N-- Family attd Fancy Groceries. (hmh, t. tmneries, Oysters, "rr,pieal al kinds. Sngar, Coffee. Flonr. S(areh. Raisins, Nuts ,,f all Canned Frnit and Fish. &c. Fine hrand chewing Tobacco. Fresh Bread every day. :New sup.- plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y ii M. MARANTO, DEALER IN-- CHOICEST Frnits, Oysters, Nnt )f all kinds, and Ii rosh amily Gro ceries. Receives daily Fancy Call 'dy of all kinds. Maccaroni cook- !ed in tim best style, from 9 A. M, ,to 8 r, M. i MItt 81. Opposite ]Bm & Dnmpfo  - e!" -  -- ---- : -"----"-- Feb 17 97 y. TRESPA SS NOTICE. Any person caught hunting, flsh|u : or otl'terwise trespassing on the Frasier " Collins orOhl Lewi places wilt he prosecnted to the ftdl ex(ent of tha', aw. All former permissions revk. ed. F. I). LwIs. d. Successor to tl. SdXIL]Id&, THE BEST BL00[}lt South-West Corner of Public Square ' I have ahvays on hand a super.tot artieh, of TUE iET vXITETTE v OF THE BEsT BRANDs OF CIGARS. Domestic and huport. Fane Liqn ,r,. Vermouth, Cordials e: Bottli and Keg, Beer. L,.mons, a< Ie( always O11 hand. My friemls and entomers will alway/+ * find me ready to do business A H. SADMA .]/arch 12, 92. and Trttde.-Mark t t!emote from Wash[t"gtoa Send model, drwK lion. We sdvbe, Oar fc A PkMPHL ['r COt o[ t,me iri the U t. ,* scat free,. .A,ad Pss ?