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: ? i&gt;, Saturday. January 15" )icial Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. ,qimple Announcements of marria- pertormance was given ab Masonic es and deaths will 0e puhhshed llall by Prof. The perf(,rmance was very marvellous and w(tnderful. without charge, and it" it, is mind-reading, as he calls it the secrets of man are as an open book ,zmbs'iifloiz per amzzzzzmzz. t2ash ....................... $1 50 to the Pr(fessor. Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET. New Orleans, Dec, 17, 1897. ( 'otton-- li(hlling ...................... 5 1-4 Our Circuit Conrt is still in session. . JOB /ORK AT TI1F REPUBLICAN A full line of blaek.'and fancy wors- ted at, R()thschild's. The proceedings of the Court will l'e found in another column. Miss Kate Me ee was the guest of the Misses Hood for the Ball. We were pleased o meet our con- frere, Mr. H. M. Quin, on Monday. Mrs. Shepherd and Miss Margaret aft,tended the Ball Wednesday night. Fresh new ero;'(;f:Landrcth's Gar den Seed at Gen. J. Adams. 500 pairs of all wool pants at 1.75 and 2.00. Worth double. At Rothschllds. The weather during the week has anything I ut good; it has rained Vl.s, ,:a,,nd mi..ses Jackets at l'ew &dveJ tisements. C. Seba(.fer's. ] e4)-4g  .- ) A ('ompletp line of childrens and l NO] 'ICE Misses school shoes, l)cst) nil zrain ab By virtne of Ih c lmwer vested n lloLhs('hild's, me as ExtTut,tr (:l la.,t v)ll amt les- t ()n Mttllday aud Tqesday [)igl'lt a t.tl)le)ll , f N. p. A( !ler (h-ceased, :rod iu accordance it[ :t deert, e reu(lervd We were glad to receive a call on onlast, Satnrday from our friend, d W. Whitaker. Mr, Whit, aker is one of the best and most, successful far- mers, as well as one of the meshes- teemed citizens that, we have. lle was, as he informed us, about, to re- nmve to Adams County, to takecharge of seyeral plantations owned by Mr, Butler. While we regret, his deparurc may great good fort,unego wit, h him. Now is the time to plant Onion Sets and Gee. J. Adamsns Lhe place to find them. Ilope Lodge, No. 76, K. of P., in- stalled otlicers on Monday night, as follows: C. E. Catch]rigs, C. C. I). H. Wallace, V. C. Leon Schwartz, P. C. F. Zoll:r, M. of. W. Pau] Habit, M. of A. Jos. Johnson, I. G. S. R. Walker. O. G. M. Rothschilds, M. of Ex. M. 1)ampf, K, og. and S. After the Installation the members partook of a nice lunch, and had a very n,ce lime. Grand Vice Chancel- nearly every day. Mrs Brandon and the Misses Toles f Tunics, were amon the visitors to ,our town Wednesday night.. Qnito a numher of our citizens I, broughmlt, the counlv, were in town the week attending Court. Anelegent line of men's and boys' at C. Schaefer's. Kid gloves worth ].50 for 1.00. The we have ever sold for the money. Schaefer. miss Ma, y MeLT,72,::is-- the guest or llissOllve P, ranllette, having come ver [rein ,31ester for the Ball. m Ihe estate of , P 4(Ih.r, at the l)eeember Term E 897, ()f the. Chance- ry Court, recorde ,I in minute book. 3. page 267, of tll, , minules of Chan cerv C,mr), I wi II on M-nday, the 7th (lay of Febr aarv 1898, at the South door of t.l e Court lIonse in the town of Woo(" iv]lie, I*etween the hours of 11 o' took. A..t, and 3 -'chink, p ., s ell to the highest bidder, for CASH . al pul,]ic auction the land of sad .,estale descrihed as that, partof the Dr. itolt's home- stead tract and o:P the Delany place. and of the Win, Henley place, be- longing to said [ ;. P. Adler at hi. death, more part] cnlarlv described in Exhibit B, file4 on Novemt)er 12 1897, in papers of said Estate m Chancery Clerkql olLce, witi the pe- 'it]on [,r the co'tl firmalion of sale of land of the es:, ,to, reference being thereto had. JAS. B [. SESSIONS, - Ex'r l! st,. S. P. Adler. Jan. 8, 18984 v TRUS/_: EE SALE. On Monday Fe l>ruary 7th, [898 be- tween the hours o r x r o'clock .a., M and 4 o'clock p.  r.. at the" south 7leer of the Court He(t: ;e in the town of Woody]lie. State of Mississippi, the undersigned Trw,'i tee will sell at public aucdon in the hig hest bidder for cash the }a)(l in stud to 'n described as being the :orth west 1 m 't of lot z3, square i. division 3, and arther described as commencing at'it) e : north west corner lnr nf Mississippi, I1. M. (4uin, install- of said lot and rm :ning south 5 o feet ed t,he ollieers, to a stake, thence, I6 feet to a stake : = =, " I 3 For an evening of delightful or:a line of M,..)I. D. GiMart's lot thence north 7.5 fi--'et to the se corner entertamnlent, January 28th at of Standard Oil C 'ompany's lot, thence Masonic IIall. Come and see Chas. Underhill in Rp Van Winkle, The Merchant of Venice and Merry Wives of Winsor. + a,.- e-.o The Fancy Dress Ball en Masqne west 75 feet to th e south-west corner of said Oil Cot apany's, lot thence north 75 feet tea stake on the south margin of Third S ;outh Street, thence west 65 feet to pl ace of beginning, on which at this tirn,: is located a Canning Factory, and all'the materials, stock giver) by the ladies of Woody]lie on and appurtenmc,.-s in mad belonging to Wednesday night, at, the Masonic Hall said Canning Fat:tory. This sale wil} was an immense success. The in be made by virtu e of the authonty ami icmeney of the weather prevcnt,cd conditions of a d 2ed'of trust executed the attendance of many who wished on 4th day of.In ue t84 l)y the,Wil- to come, especially from a distance, kinson County C .tuning Factory con- .,_st _-: but [,he Hall was well filled by the IIon. . A. McLain,(,t Gloster. has el]reef Woodville society and,many been here all the week in attendance welcoIne guest.s from Batvou Sara. (Jours. Lieut.-Gov. Jones and gepresenta- W.P.S. Ventress. returned fr()m to attend Circuit (Jourt. a e.-o-,e A cold we-tther snap! A good double 10 x 4 blanket for cents at RoLhschihls. [r E. Hyde ;l.;, ,)f Wot)dlawn several of his Woody]lie at, his home (m last Sundlty. The r(,gular meeting niu:hts()f the Fellows Lodge have been chang- Lo Thm'sday night,, instead or Sat- r. who owe us'for subscription uld call at this office and settle wait, for a "dun." on'sand boy's golf eaps O wool ad velveteens for 25 cents at, g,,)t hschitd's. )lr Circuit, Jl,r2:has been bnsily in issuing 8imarriage license. ']menial business seems u be Elg Boom. Pineknevville, Fort Adams aud Cen- t.reville. The Itall was beautifully decorated, the slage was'furnished with easy-(:hairs, card tables anal cro- kirtoleb,,udsfor those who did nol dance. Theh)ng table in thesuppe room was laden with dainty refresh- ment. The merry maskersspcnth(, time in dancing and seeking to find each other out, until 12 o'clock, then they unmasked amid much |surprise and laughter. Among some nfthe many st]ccessful and pretty costurney may be men.tinned, that nf: Miss Odilc Ilond as a "Pnppy," bliss lda IIt,oO a: a "Daisy," Miss Inez Innman in Ori-- ental costume, Miss ttarris as a lad)' in Court, costume. Miss Natalie An derson as a tic)wet girl, Mrs. Tucker a,- a woodland elf, Mrs. Myers as a "But- terfly, also the pretty g,wns of Misses Margaret Shepherd, Mary MeLain. KateMeGehee, Olive Brandettc and Emma Babers. It, is impossible t,( namea]l those who enjoyed this de iightfulevenlng, but feel sure ]twill be toug and pleasant, ly remembered. The wet season is upon us and veymg the landg above described to the undersigned Trustee to secure a debt due to Ed ward Aar,n, the con- ditions of said ,Deed Of Trust having been broken. Reference is made to Book No K. IK. page 8o, of con vevance records,-in Chancery Clerk's Office in said u)wn where said Deed of Trust is reco ..(led. This 5th day of January 898. C. w_ HI"2NDERS )N, Trustee. Jan. t5, '9 .4w :NOTICE. 1"o lhe Creditc,rs of S. P. Adler, De- ceased :" Yon are het-eby notified that at the December ]err, t], 1897, of tim Chance- ry" Court of tfill,:inso|l cotu)ty, Mis- sissipt)i, sam ,estate was declared in- solvent, and you are notified that on the 9th (lay e,f May, 1898. the "sam(, I)eing the firgt day of tim MavTerm of said Court. the. claims against said Estate will be taken up for examina- tion and ad.udi:ation. All claims must be filed with the Clerk of said (:ourt hysaidday and all creditors may atteud. C A COON, Clrk of Chancery Court. Woodvillo ,Inn. l, 1898-4w WALSH & WILSON, cott,on is still being y day and reports are there is plenty more in the coun t,o be marketed. g the advance in )lens our st, nck of clothing is being at, extremely low prices at, Rotbschlld's. delay has been caused by (,he failure or witnesses prent. This delay was caused the very inclement weather. John "W. Crisier, who was up- be fill the Met, hodisI pulpit at )lace will no arrive until the or 19th inst. The pulpit, has wo successive Sun- thereby. to Mr. and Mrs. Itachett, on g pight, a son. To t, he parents we extend eongratula wish a imppy and prosperous for the young man. y night,, Asylum Lodge (}3, A. F, and A. M., held a spec and conferred t,I)e Fellow- degree upon Isadure Rot,hs- deces of outing, all styles and from 5 to 10 cents at, - Int, hschild's. Argue is having his home and when completed will prettiest and moat eom- t,on. The work is being [Mr. Smith, formerly of Baton v---- - , Bale plan), will,,be esiab- here" by t,wo of mar energetic -headed business men, G J. D. W. Huff. It, is cent,era- are informed by Mr. Iluff, plant near the depot. to the Graud Jury on ,aday morning, Judge (2assedy raented the citizens or the condtionof affairs, and it,, was one 0f the most, ties the ed from line of frill waterproof garments are what is needed, ask to see our Maekin- BRIC|(, tushes from 2.50 to 5.00, sum elsewhere from 4.00 to 9.00. At Rothschilds. JUST RECEIVEI). Loaded shells in all sizes and loads at; Gee. J. Adam s.- 1000pairs of mens shoes all size congress and lace, a good heavy substant;.al shoe. Cost to make $1 95. our price $1. Ask for them at Rothschilds. Our reputation for buying good clothing has been established too hmgtodo much blowing about. We only name a few items: Child's suits 90 cents, Boys' snits $2., Men!s suits $2.50, all good wearers and will satisfy you. At Rothschilds. A large assortment of elegant lamps at Argue's. :NOTICE. Mayor's Office, Woody]lie, Miss., January 14th 1898. - Allpcrsons wthin the limits of the Corporation or Weodyille liable to road duty are hereby or(lercd to re- port at the Mayor's o/llee at 7 o'clock . M , on Tlmrsdav the 20ti day ot Jany 1898 prepared to work 6 clays on tim streets of Woodville or in lieu thereof pay two dollars W, C. MILLER) Mayor. 1 15 1897 hv. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hnnting or trespassing on the Artonish lar,(ls nn(ler fence is pro- hibitedunder full penalty of thelaw. Any stock remaitnng on the Artouish pasture afterFebrnary 15th will be charged pasturage 50e. per month. J. A GILLESPIE, " 1 15 1898 ly. passm the n))de ferment SS All huntin or W of nlllll(ltl roy.: !w o R R. ++" Es(imat]es Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Ordet witl Wettlln & Hlekey or Ben Btwn's, Barber 8hop. Dec 18 972m. FOIl. RENT. The W, L. Hays Place, about 205 acres, 60 ncres in cultiva tim) : situated about 7 miles west of Woody]lie. T.m Caesar Gillespie Place. about 280 acres, 60 acres in cultivation. II is situated about 5 miles from For: Adams. For particulars apply to EDWARD AAEON. Dee. 18, '97-tf 'I.':RE S PA S S NOTICE. All hunting, fihing or otherwise trespassing on Glen Burme l)hintatio; is strictly proMbited under l)enaltv (, Ahe law. All lormei- permissions're. yoked. GEe. T. MCGEHEE. S NOW OPEN FOR BVSINES8 WI'III A I,'UIA STOCK ()F : : I:UI:E LIQU Otis ---o SI,CII AS o f' ) : OZD 1-03 OI OLE 2g Y'E, p , UR I TI Af R E, 7v ,) FRE3 CH BRJA'D F, IFI2Vff, S, ETC. Choice 8rock of FINE CiOARS A/ways on Hand gdS"l.'hose is need of PURE LIQUOIS for medical pnr- poses will do well to call and examine nay stock. A. S. |JOHNSON. t Tfi THE PIIBL/00 + It ' !!! Notwithstanding the rigid quarantine regulations placed t00around we are pro- our town pared to offer the very highest prices for cotton paying SPOT =: C,00SH for same. \\;Vhen we say GAHH we do not mean checks or d Jolts but the actual money. "Wle have also a very large and complete stock which wc offer N at extremely low prices. Yours Truly, Mart& Roln0000oh//d & Bro. " ] "/I POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To Graduates of tIaaris' Practical b>usiness College, School of Short Itand, Telegraphy, etc,. Jacksm Mississippi. We havebouh the lVa,att eel- loges he,'e and at Meridian, lint haw. closed out the one at Meri(lian, and preparc to give students the v.:ry best b)asiness trai.ning to be had c v- where. Catalug%e cnt 'n al),) ca tion.  51..I ItARRIS, lresiden). Jackson. Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf FOR 8ALE. The hence and lot in Voodvilb,, soutJa west, of tl)c public sq:are known as the usan Scott lot adjoining hll of Dr L V Magruder apply to '. H S VAN EATON. 11 20 1897'tf. TRESPASSN " " O 1?[0E. All huntlna" and t resDnssing on Pet real and l)ameron D]aces i,s st rict)' prohnbited, under penalty of ),he law. NOTIC'E. lhave just received and will keep constantly ()n hand a full supply of COFFINS and ('ASKETS, of all Stles. which [ will sell at rea- sona:)le p.'i('es. Shop ()ppoMte 1V. C. Io,mys res- idence. TI Ins. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf NOTICE. The public are hereby notified that Ittmltug is prohibited on the Sur- gette, Elmwood, Belleview and Gor- don Pan.tations. All [ormer t)ermIls are hprehv re, vok(.d. C lI.k5 .' CgtlEN. Nov. 20, 1897-tf 444444,44-4,4"b4,'b+ 4 '1`4,4444-44,4,4,4,44,4 b4 1,4, ,tF44, 4, MORE PUSH. M)RE ENTERPRISE. : t. 4, b4, MORE INFLUENCE. 4, MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. 4,14, IORE SPECIAL FEATURES.4, I'4, ,t, $ TheTimes-Democrat, NEW ORLEANS. LA, %ORE STORIES. ., 4,MOBE INFORMATION. 41 4  .M.ORE ILLUSTRATIONS. 4,[1`MORE AD V EI=TISEM E NTS. 4: 'l" THE l[O$1T WIDELY (?Ill- ;; 4, 4,4, z Tn sovH. 4" 4,4, CL'LATED Nl:WSPAPER !$ i4, -Subserme tot It If you want 4 to keep np with current 4, "WATCfIE S. NGS ; NEW YEAR. NE\\;00 GOODS. OLD YEAR GONE. OLD STYLE.q D .... IllO. Brighten up your home and 3'(urself with :New Clocks. New Watches, ew Silver-ware, New Ili uffS, New Specs, New Table-ware, aad flage your w:)tch, Clocks, Ring a;)d .Jewelry repair(,d I)g LIS and made t)a look 1)kgnew. Our g'ork is (* - U AR ANTEED. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The aeweler, J E WE L RY. CLOCKS. NOTI CE TO FRESFA SSERS. All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt or otherwise trespass on my lands knows as the Gihtart tract, the Luherw tract and Fleet tract, about 1 mile north-east of Woody]lie under penal),), of die law F. F. BEST. Dec. 19, '96-if TRESPASS NOTICE. All hun;ing on my i)laee is .trietlv prohibited under ilenaltv of the law. 51us E. W JouR. I1 20 97 tf. TREsPxSS NoT [Ul(7. -- lhmting or otherwise trepasing ,)n the McManus Farlsl , ' . , "' t and llowliug Green places s strictly prohi6ited ) n- .<ler penalty of thc law. All formm. 4,+, 4,, events at home an4 abroad. , 4, Daily and Sunday, per yesr.$]2 00: $ Seml-Veekly, per year ...... 1.00 : i)rIlllSSIOll  revoked. R. M. Mc(;EIIEE. i J. II. t'ENDLETON. Sept. 4, l96-tf ,4 " ............... : ..... :4, : r OEIIGNS - MASONSNOWDEN. ELE(;TRIO BEI,T FIEE. Oct., 9th '97.--if. To Introduce il qni obt sin mz,,)<s (he till+ dttut I)td hP)lt Wll] +IC" Ix',), ) : " ' " - " . ":y a. few(tth+lr $5 .*(;rmttn Eh'('t+ric Boll. lnv(+ntod I>v Prof. ?.. ) tt.ieal Socle@ (U, S. I):t(en(257.(:47) a I)osi(tve I'RESPASS NO I ICE v+m der Wevdo, tres of the Now Y61'x Ele "- ('llre"), ," nr;'v.os nehllt(y, Rhelllll:Mlsh, tc, s8 All buntipg on Simratl an<] S(:hae- ot Power, &c. A(hhess at, oncp Ef"ctri 'er [)laces istrietly prohibiLed under A.gency, P. O, Box lg74, Nw York. N, Y. law.  _ _ - OOPYRIQHT& &O. .oZ aeruun, tree, Whether n Invention IS Eg".2.ba. co=,....Uo,..mot, [-j=."='3', ,.-%,os agency +orl)0as tmtaut $01E AND iMPLEMENTS. ! The 'tttentit)n of phtnters a:nd others is ca|led Ioourstock ()f II:tr(lware and Agricultural Implc- /ents, of whk:h we at all times ca'fry in Sulc[+eltl; quantittes t(, suit the (lemands of our trade, and at prices ns Imv as they c'm be sold. We especially ea!l y,)ur uttenti,)n t<) the Ch't'ttanooga C'hilled Piety. f(ir which we are the exclusive'agents.+ These plow ire ,f iml)r<)ve( 1 des/gn and stt,)erior fini:sh,, ma(le of selected mater/ul, a'nd eomhine many origiuat points of excellence not fo and in other plows,:t)esides lhe best features of other leading chilled plows. We, really believe theft to be (he be plow sold:in th,,s ntarket, having handled Ehem for two saasons and as an inducement, we offer thetu on condition lha(; i,f the Plow is unsatisfactory in an)' way, return same and we will cheefu'l[y R:'EFaD YOIRMONEY. We are in position to at a]l tiines quote you very low priccs on Saddles, Collars, Bridles, Whps Carriages, Wagons, Barbed Wire, Stoves and every thing pertaining to. Saddlery, Harness, Heavy Hard' ware, Vehicles and nnp]ements. We especmlly solicit your trade in these lines, believing we will be able to' give you. satisfaction, to say the least. C. SCHAEFER. .N Jill I KANN. DRUGS and MEDICINES CttFMlC00t,00 PublieSchool Books Iolc)o nCL l,ar. Stationery, Painters &pplies , Co]fiery_ Pztr),/ in Hardware, lt&tminatin" Oils, " Garden eed 6e. *Phvsicians pr,criptions carefully compeun(te, and orders correctly" x+ve cek selected vi.a gat care andwarranted as represented; v. 8. 9t..--y, F. A. McLA[N. W.P.S. VENRTESS McLAIN & VENTRESS, Att0t00ey= Camlm at La00, WOODVILLE. MISS. ()/lice in McGehee building. DR. C. S. HAMILTON, ENTIST, WOOI)VILLE Oilice at Sehlesmge  ltouse, April 18, '95 ly DE. CHAS. E, CATCHINGS W OODV  ,LF : : I : l[lS8 Ofllee hx Adams Drug Store. July 14, '94 if, DE. L. W. MAORUDER, Physician nd Surgeon, - OODVILLE. MIS3. Office at residence, April 7, .88 l? DR C. C. CROSS. Dental Suxgeou, OODVILLE. MISS. Office up stairs over the Postofllee. A. . SRANRON, WOOD[hLE, MISS. Will praetze in all 8tare and United 8rates courts m this State Real estate bought aud - Id on eom mission, Office on Cmmercial Row. H. S. V .N EATON. Oflt ttp.sira ia the Odd Fellows Building. DR. JOItN F. THERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODY [LI,E. MISS, Office on Main St. at his ohl Staud JOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERA =IRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalie and Woo(l- ea Collins always ou imnd at Wood- ville, Miss., blain St,. .'D, O, BRAMLTT, W, F. TUtK. Brmlott-& T0kr+ 00tt0rney= C0amlm WOODVILLE. MISS. Office in MGhee Building, Corn mereial Row. a. s. a000Es: ..... httm0y ad WOODVILLE, MISS Office obey- the Republiem OR],e. 00'rJ :M: --I)EALER IN-. Family and Fancy Groceries: (',.,mT'c tmneries, Oysters, Tropics! Frui+ , a!l kinds, Sngar. ' .... S _ + Coffee, 1-,'(mr. Soap clarch, Raisins. Nu:s of atl ki*+d Canq,ed Frnit al)d Fisl), &c. Fine brand chewing l ohm'co. Fresh Bread every day. .New snp+ plies arriving (tail ,. March 21, 189(3-y MARAIMTO, --DEALER IN-- CnOXCEST Fruits, Oysters, N ( of alJ I,::mds, and Fresh F,*.m,l " ceries. l[eeeives daily ].'atwv ffdy of all kinds. Matcm, oni'( oo,! it[ thc best style, Item 9,, L 8P. Me 'llaln St. Oppoaite ]laura & DaapL Feb 17 97 y. TKESPASS IOTI('E. Any person caught hunti ++'+ tlsbin or otherwise (re,tJassing o' hv t")':,,f) Collins or Oh-! Lewis places v,il b prosecuted t[)the full .(xlent 6f+h aw. All refiner pert>issi.m r,:v2,, ,1t. H. S,/1,M1), ILd J ; BEST ......... South-West Corner of l',.+{&c H,tm.-a, - I have always on hand a sq:,erzor article of TE IIFST VARI-T)E:- "X00'I:b7 TIlE BEST BiRd.N)):.' O7 OIGAr, Domestic am,l l m Povf.ed+ i"aue' Liq a, .rs. Vermou tL. Co-d iP. I. ct* Bottled an!| Keg" Teer, Lt.mona oil[) ice atwaj)' on hand. 3Iy friemls an d eastern (,+rs wi)t a|wa* lind "me r('ad)' to do bniue:S+ " Mar,zh 12. 99. Tres!ms N(fl,ice. All pers-ns fmmd hl)t)t)ng, fishing or otherwise trst)assin  on the Bnr namwofnl plantation ahont 3 mite south of IVoodvillc wql be prose cutedtotliefutl extent ofthelaw. A'strictwateh will he ke oa saint plantation for trespassers. L W. MAOR from Marks vt ,, , aWd a WOODV[LLE, " = = ' "" MIS DEALER IN--