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 g]JlIB|i!llt. I Cntt(m continues t,o ar,'ive, here and i NOTILE. elsewhere in very lare quantities and To lhe Creditors of 8. P. Adler, Do- __ _ ,Saturday January _- th. n,.,.;,lien, is r(, this season (}f the year. Tim Port and Rimple Announcements of marria- and deaths will be pubhstmd tthmlt charge. lnierior receipts for the week are Journal of the C0r- very large and the crop outlook is for p0rati0n of W00dville. the biggest one on ree,ord. From rc- t ports received cy us considerable cotton yet remains unpicked in the western portion or the county. Messrs Martin Rothschild & Bro. on Jan. 1st. lasteloscd their Turn- bull store. We understand Mr. S. O. Stockett however will continue the businessaL Lhalpoint..We wish him success The Bnard of Supervisors met in regular session Monday and in a very sl,urt, time transacted the usual business and adjourned early in the (lay. The money iu the Treasurer's hands was counted and found ok. Several omtraets were advertised for: these with their regular proceedings, will be found in another colunm. Asyhtnl Lodge o. 63 A. F. & A. M. held their regular monthly meetiug on last Wednesday night and eonfered the entered apprent`ice degreo upon Rev. B. Wohlberg, Past Grand 31asLe Packwood of Louisiana was presenl and asslstad in no small way in t`he work. [lope Lodge No. 76 K. of P. at the regular meeting on last Monday night elected t,he following (Writers: C. E. Catehiags C.C. D. H. Wallace . C. Leon Sch arz Prelate. C. F. Zoller, M. of W. Joe Johnson M. of A. Paul Habig, I.G. S. R. Walker, O.G. MaxDampr, K. of tra S.&MofF M. Ro[,hschild M. of Ex. R. W. Turner Representative, E. W. Myer Alternate " " Ed Aaron Trust`ee, G. A. Wettlin Trustee, q o i,,,,- ..... The Installation will t.age place next, Mmday night, all mend)era art requested Lo be preseub as the usual good t,ime is antici paled. Plush caps and Misses lackets at, (2. Schaefer's. A complete line of childrens and Misses school sitars, best oil grain al Rotllschild s. -4 .sa. - Mr. & l{rs. Sehaeffer greeted the New Year by entertaiuinga large partyof friends for dinner at their hospitable home. The music was in exquisite taste and the dainiespre- pared with rare skill. MARInED.--On the 30*ll of Decem" her 1897. at the residence of the bride's father, hy C. T. Nei, terville. Supmvisor, 5Lh Dist., air. S R. Brown and Xiis Lucy E. Brown. o .ll.--Inl -:.- tile forenlan 0f the :=: ou Thursday received a sever Now is Ihe time to v.lant Onion the breas! from his horse Sels and Gem J. Adams]s the place has disabled him for adayor to find them w-ork of all kinds done at On the first day of the year we Mosely's. Renovating made a have a request to make of our friends and subscribers, which is very important to us. Pay up )'our indebtedness to this office if you owe anything! If you are severh] years in arrears, and can not nay in ftfll, pay in part. Come to the Circu[t Court, the second week in this month prepared to settle your subscription dues. from Jackson, Miss., where For an evening of delightful been ill attendance upon the] entertainment, January 28th at Conference. I Masonic Hall. Come and see --Q - ladles and gentlemen of Chas. Underhill in Rip Van tlilisl'it}t|oIi l'l,t'T llnllllnl. ....................... $1 50 ................. $2 00 MARKET. ew Orleans, I)eo, 17, 1897. t'otton-- ..................... 5 I-4 JOB ' (}ILK AT 2'tie I'{EPITBLICAR, full line of h]ack.'and fancy wors- Rolhschild's. )0l)uirs of all wool pants at 1.75 and 2.00. Worth able. At Rothschllds. eirei, Court ,%E on nex on- morning. n elegmtt line of men's and boys' a! C. Sehaefer's. l, east ten groeel'y drummers ere on one day during the past week. gloves worth 1.50 for 1.00. The have ever sold [or the money Schaefer. a**- r. G. A, Weltlin returned from a in Jackson Miss., on lastSatur- night. Gov. Jones will he here to to his business before the Court. cold we'dher snap! A good double 10 x 4 blanket for at Rothsehilds. who owe us for subscription call at this office and sc[,tle wait for a "dtln." bet's golf caps in woo] velveteens for 25 ccns at l{othsrhild's. Ruth Lewis el,tended the meet- e Epworth League a5 Jackson home on Thursday. Schwing, of Jackson. La.. ts a visit, to Miss Naunie Lewis. her visit, will prove an en- :)he. g the advance in our st`ock of clothing is being extremely low prices at, ": ' Rot bschild's. by Mr. Then. Hat- Treasurer that the amountex ed an quarantine by Wilkinson was $2.50. class brick for sale hy A. F. Hats, Bonnets. Tam Baby Caps Etc. Satis- guaranteed. Mr. Lewis, who has been Methodist, Church here years, left on Wednesday for his new station. of outla'z, all styles and fz'onl 5 0 10 ce:l[,s ar l,(ithschild's. Swanson, President, t Edward College, returned the first of expect be have a grea the occasion of t`he ma, k 12gh inst. of Aldermenmet in regu- Tuesday afternoon brans- business and granted a to retail liquors be Mr. A. eather has been rather spring the pasl week but, at this the indications are ,her. Sessions and family have town,and wilt live in the [,o Miss Lizzie John- the residence of Col. J. Winkle, The Merchant of Venice and Merry Wives of Winsor. We have just receiyed from a uorthern market: an elegenl line of ladles dress goods and full line of trtliamings. C. Schaefer. JUST:RECEIVED i Loaded shells iu all sizes aud loa( at, - Gee. ft. Adams. 1000 pairs of mens shoes all size congress and lace, a good heavy substantiM shoe: Cost to make $1 95. our price $1. Ask ceased : Yell are hereby notill(M that at tile Decenlber ternl, 1897, o the Chance- ry Court of Wilkiusou county, Mis- Dr. Sylvester's Specific sissipoi, said estate was declared in- solvent, andyot, arc,,otilied tllatol, COLIC and TYMPAXIT S the 9th day of May, 1898. the sanle being tllelirstday of the MavTcrnl of said Cou,'t. the claims agaiustsaid In llorses, Mules and Cattle Estate will be taken u I) [or examina- tion and adjudi3atiou. All claims must be filed with tile Clerk o[ said Court by said day aud all creditvrs may attend. C. A. COON, Clt,rk of Chancery Court. ,Voodville Jan. l, 1898-4w WALSH & WiLSOR, CONTRACTORS OF * BRICK  CEMENT -+ w o R K, ' Estimatea Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wett, lln & Hlekey or Ben Brow n's. Btrber Shop. Dee 18 97 2m FOIL RENT, The W. L Hays Place, about 205 acres. 6u acres in cultivation : situated about 7 miles west of Woodville. 'r,m CaeSar Gillespie l'taee, abont 280 acres 60 acres i,, cultivatiol,. It STAPLE is situated ahotut 5 miles from F-I' Adams. For particulars apply to ED WAB, D AAION. Dec. 18, '97-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fihing or otherwise trespassing on Gleu Burrer plantation is strictly prohibited under penalty ()r tile law. A]ltormer permissions re- voked. GEe. T. MCGEZtE. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To Graduates of I[aaris' Practical Business Colleg'c, School of Sllorl lIand, Telegrapiw, etc., Jacksou, Mississippi. We [lave bought tile Wavatt Col- leges Ilere and at Meridian. but have cl,)se(! out the one at Meridian, and prepared to give students the very best business training to be hadLey- where. Catalogue sent ,n ppliea- tion. N d. IIARIHS, President. Jackson, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf NOTICE. Ihave just received and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of COFHNS and ('ASKETS, of all St.les. which [ will sell at rea- sonable priers. Shop opposite IV. C. Bonnvs res- idence. TIleS. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf - -_IESPASS NOTICE. Hunting or otherwise trespasiu on the MeMauus. Farisll and Bowlim:- Green places s strictly prohibited an- tler penalty of the law. All fornter permission  revoked R M. Mc(;EIIEE. J. H. PENDLETON. Sept 4. 1896-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. All hurtling and trespassing- on Retreat and Dameron nlaces is st,rlct,y prohibited, under penalty of the law. MASON SNOW DEN. Oct., 9th '97.--if. NO]'ICE The public are hereby notified thal Hunting is prohibited on the tlr- gette, Elmwood, Belleview and G-or- don Plantations. All [ormer permits are horehv re voked. CHS COH E'N. Nov. 20, 1897-tf ]'RESPASS NOTICE All hunting on Simrall anti St'line- fer places is strictly prohil)ited tllldrr penalty 9f the law. L. W. MAGRUDER. 11 20 97 tf. 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 hecl and a round toe. ,Bulldog," by the way, is the name for the shape el toe now most worn. This shoe is made on a man's last. In other words, it is built on lines that conform to those of the human foot. and men think the new style very pretty. The new shoe d,es not look large or  clumsy, but has a styleto it that is impos- sible to obtain in a pointed-toe boot with a soul no thicker than heavy paper and a high heel. "Women are wearing larger, heavier shoes than ever be/ore," said a well- known dealer. "Calf ski a boots are not so popular as they once were, smply be- cause they cannot be cleaned with the ordinr W liquid shoe polish, and women have not found it pleasant to patronize bootblacks in public, and sending out their footwear to be cleaned is not conven- ient Sothevhave returned to the dull dongola, or tile enameled leather. "Many have an idea that buying shoes made ofthe latter is like investing in a Hear wha[ Sylvester' s Spece. woodville. Miss.. Sept., I7, 1896. This is toccrtifvtlmt I havebeen using Dr. Sylvester's Specific for Colic POs and Tympanties [or abouta)'ear: aud having tcstcd it thoroughly, find it to be all that is c.aimedtbr it. The surest and quick- est remedy timt I have ever used. G. T McGEltEE. Planter: For sale at i two prominent planters say of Dr XVoodvillc Miss., Sept. 18, 18()6. This is to certi(y that [ have had c,m- siderabte experience in the m,e el "l)r. Sylvester's Specific for Colic. Bets, etc.," and have found its use satisfitctory in everyrespect--being quick and sure m giving relief, and never sailing. F, D. LEWIS Planter. GEORGE d g UE'S Drn Store I MILK 8HAllE, : R. DAVID S O and FANCY CROCERY. y.----  ---,-o FISESE FIUITS IITD PODUCE, RECEIVED ! LEMONADE. !1  NT 0 THe, PI]BLIG l Notwithstanding the rigid t ! P I, l at extremely low prices. !t Yours Truly, , Martin & Bro. Rothsch,ld , f quarantine regulations placed l around our town we are pre- ! pared to offer the very highest f paces for cotton paying SP0I fl$11 for same. \\;Vhen we say f {lARk we do not mean checks or t daafts but the actual money. \\;e have also a very large and complete stock which we offer , - @$@4444-+4.1.4444 @@@-@@@@@@ @@ , @@ MORE lUSH, * MORE ENTERPRISE. * @@4 @4@ , bl OllE INFLUENCE. , @ MORE SPECIAL FEATURES. .T TheTlmes-Democrat, NEW ORLEANS, LA. i: MORE NEWS. @MORE BTORIES. 4" @MORE INFORMATION. @' MORE ILLUSTRATIONS. WATCHES. J.INOS. NEW YEAR NEW GOODN. OLD YEAR (;()NE, OLD STYLES DITTO. Brighten up your home aud yourself with :New Clocks. :New W h Lobes, :Nt, w Silver-ware. New Rings, New Specs, New Table-ware, and have your watch, Clock% Ring and Jcweh'}' repaired hy US and made Io look hke new. Our work is toads between here and Bayou for them at Rothsehilds. become berber, colA,on ,- =-.: hauling by wagons has Our reputation for buying good and conslderuhlo stuff clothing has been established too moved this week in this eontinues to hold up very our town, and considerable spen5 no,withstand- hard times. Saloon on t`he west` side of in the buiMiugl by the White [ 0o., and owned by Mr. A. opened it,s doors for on Thursday .morning. An lunch was served from o'clock and was well openin day pre- the new saloon. is upon us and rme!atsiare what is to ee our MRokin- 2.50 to 5.00, 4.00 to _. bIORE ADVERTISEMENTS` . lottery ti(ket; that tiaey often crack like 'l, ql,,l, @@@ patent leather, is waterproof, and easily * Tltig MOST 'VlI)ELY 12111-* dleaned." Winter stockings are very gay indeed. * CULATED N1;:WSP)kPER * They come in sil'k, catton, lisle and wool.  IN T]hl] OUTH. The fitvorite kind has a black ground. @ @ @ @ with plaids and stripes of all colors. The ,b* @*@ h)ng to do much bh)wing about, buyers are cautioning the heads ofhosi- , 8nbaerlbe for It If yOU want , We only name a few itculs: erydepartmnts in the big dry goods ,l. to keep up wLth" eurrent Child's suits 90 cents, Boys' houses not  overstock with black stock- @,.@ @4,@ lugs, as theehances are that they will be  events at home ana abroad. entirely out of vo me b srin Ne ' suits $2.,, Men's suits $2.50, all . g Y 1 g'--  @Dally and Sunday. per year.$1200@ good earers and will satisfy you. York Sun. SemI-Weekly, per year ...... 1.00' At Rothschild/. .k,  1Al' I 'e (Tuesday and Fl'lday.Y  * .... ... _ .xp..,...L , +su.a.ya o.iy. r sear Z00*;@ .... A large assortment of elegant lamps at Argue's.  8AMPLE COPIES FREE. ,][,@ TH TIMES-I}EMOCIlAqP, ,, "- "-- @4"'1' @4,@ FOR SALE. .. ,, or,,, . :i**+++4"@@-@@@@,:l: 400 barrels good corn. / Apply 'n a, "4i4"444@@'44"1'4@444'1 hi' to, J. Hart, Doloroso. Miss. -IVI" ,o,1g2a,. "N) "* FOR SALE. tlm?l.y. II t fl- Whether  llveuMom ts m .unar' Wa haw & Wb @f2,ee. 801EHTIFiO AMEIIICAH, ulht illrate(l, ]me r,tte ef MUNN & OO., R@I llm,dwt,, New g, ..- The hon.e and lot in Woodville, south west of the pt/btic square known sold as the Snsau Scott lot adjoiuing lot 9.00,1of Dr L WMagrnler apply to 1l 20 18P7 tf. Y H S VaN EATON. ELECTRIC BELT FREE. Tn intro:luee, 11 and el)lain agents the un- d!"Qgll d irrn "vil] a'ivr away 't f.w Of tlieir L):3ertuan Elo,'trie Belts iuveulrd I)y Prof. Vat de'Wyd, P'es f the N'w York Elec- trle:l So(,iety tU, S. P:lent :57.647 a positive (.,,;re, for n('rv )u l}ebill/y, t{hol]llLl]Sl loss ) of 1 owm, &(;. Address at onao Electri Aency, P.O. Box 1874, New York. N. 'Y.' , real package of "'BLAQK-DItUT i: ,ee of chaxge,at G UARAN I EED. JOSEPH SARPiIIE, The Jeweler JEWELRY. CLOCKS. NOTICE TO TRES PASSERS. All persons are hereby forbidden to [mnt oz" otherwise trespass on my lands kmwu as the (-fl(tart tract, the Lnhcrtv tract and Fleet traet at)out 1 mite' north.east of Woodville 'under penalty of die law F. F. BES'L. Dec. 19, '96-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting on my p, lace is strietly ,)rohihlted under pen,,tv of the law. Mlts E. W, JeeR 11 20 97 tf. Jus! received a large stock l t fahiouablo millinery. A share of the public pati'oimge is solicited. Remnanis ! G Our Remnant ale will con- tinue util January 12th, and to those who wish to take ad- vantage of the values we are now offering, \\;r,, e w()uld sug- gent an early visit to our store as goods do not long remain on our counters at the prices we are asking for them, \\;Ve have added more goods :to'our remnant counter and our@rices will really surprise you ,: c:SCHAEFE1 = i C KANN. VOODVILLE, I I I I I M] DEALER IN-- DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMIC00H Public School Books -'ancy and T0:1.101 .l.l 1o1, Tobaoco and 8e;al-. Stationery, I)anter, Sq)phes, Cuttlery FurnL. inca Hardware, ltlminating Oils, G arden 'eed  e. "Phvsicians prescriptions careflfllv compounded, and orders correctly tel cck selected ,i t grat care andwarrauted as represcuted. v. 8; 9 . . y. F. A. MCLAIN W P. 8. VENRTES MeLAIN & VENTRESS, Att0rys at C0=d0n at hw, WOODVSLLE. MSS. ()ffice in McGehee DR. C. 8. HAMILTON, n.ENTIST, I(V OODV ILLE. ()dice at Schlesmge House. April 18, '95 ly 'tl ISS DR. CHAS. E CATCHINGS Vo01)V ,,IE : : : : [ISS. ()['flee ill Adams Druff Store. July 14, '94: tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODV[LLE, ,IISS. Office at residence; Alril 7, .88 l DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Surgeou, S" WOODVILLE, ML S, Office up stairs over the Post.ffice. A. G. SHANNON, WOODVIE, MISS. Will'praotaae in.lll ttdte "and United States courts iu ti Sato Real estate bough t dud ld on eom mission. Off'lee ca ":mmrcial Row. s..NN :EATON. Office up-sairs in, t,h,e Odd Fellow Building. DR. JOHN F. THERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS, " Office on Main St. at his old Stand J00RN A, LOWRY, , FUNERAL IRECTOR.  A i ull Stock of Metalic and Woo(l- en Coffins always on haud .at Voo(l- vi!le, Miss., Main St, " Trespass Nolice. All persons fonnd hunt ulr fishmo or otherwise treslmssmg on the Bur naulwOod plantation tibr, nt 3 miles south of Woodvilte will I)e prose ented to tim full extent of the law. A strictwatet will he kept o) sam( plantation for tlspassers. D, C. nnAMLErTo W.F. TLtalJl Bram.lett & kor. Attorneys al 0'amlm t hw;, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office in MtOe.heo Building. 6ta.- mereial Row. :w j. t-I, JONES. Att0rn0y d 0melcr at w,: WOODVILLE, MISS. OMee above the Republican Office. 1 --I)EALER IN Family attd Fatty Groceries. Confe.  tmneries, Oysters, Tropical Fruit o  a;I kinds, Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Sop* Slarch. Raisins. Nnts f all kimSS CannedFrnit and Fish,&c. Fine hranH  chewing Tobacco. res l Bread every day, -New sup-" plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y ; MARANTO, DEALER IN-- ! CIIOICEST Frnits, Oysters, Nuts [ "iof all kinds, and Fresh "l amilv G-re ,!eerie, . Receives daily Fancj, Ca, dy of all kinds. Maecaroni cot,k- ed in the best style, from 9 A, L to 8 P. M. . Main t. Opposite llaulu & Dalllpf. I %- --- .- " -: - -'. Fvb 17 97 y. TRESPASS NOTICE. Any person caught hunting, fishing [ or otherwise trespassin g (m tile Frasie': Collins or ()hi Lewis places will be prosecnled to tile full extent ot |ie" aw. All former permissions revk-" ed. F.D. L-ws. d. t[. SJI.VD.M.tJ' , uocessor to ranl :!3 s lm THE EST SALOOlt South-Vtest Corner of Public Squart " I have always on hand a SUl.Or]ut article of TSE BEST VARIETIES OF WZIH. THE nES'T BRANI)S O CTGARS, Domestic and Im portel. Fancy Liqu, rs, Vermouth. Cordials .eta" Boltled and Keg Beer, Lemons, al, i ice alw,vs on hand. My friends .nd enstarnor will aFwa " find me read 3 to do business. A. H. AEDMA. March 12, 92, Caveats. and Trade-Marka o amect, and all Pat. ertt bt sinews conducted tot MOO rr- Ft:aa. OUR OlelC r ia OPO$|'I'] U.  AT['T OrFe[ ran we ,m secure ,a *elm lamo tbm.t&oae ote lrom Vt ashl.gtoq. Send firm. Wn iiarge. Our fc A PAMSHL if, ecrst ,f .la in the Uo,:k