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rfiicial Journal of the 0or- p0ration of Wo0dville. Simple Announcements of marria- ges and deaths will oe pubhshed without charge. I The reports from every secliou of the county are tu the effect tha our i roads arealmossimpasable. A num- ber of parties haveeomplained to us daring this week that in many places they were compelled to get out (d their buggies and walk as it, was im- pofsiblefor a horse to pull Lhem. Ore&apos;Board of Supervisors slmuld by all means takethis matter in hand and see if some improvemeaLs cannot be f3rced. ubs('ripflon per annual. Our county is a=m()s prosperous ash ....................... $1 50 coudition financially and there is Otimrwise .................. $2 00 none in the State clearer of debt, but we doubt if there are any that have MARKET. "New Orleans) Dec) 17, 1897. 1.'otton-- Middling ...................... 5 1-4 Tuesday next is the first of Fcbru- Bry. JOB WORK AT THE I,EPUBLICAIq. A full line of blackand fancy wors- ted at. Rol hschild's. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen meet in regular session on next Tues- day afternoon. The best coffee at 10, 15 and 20cts at, the White Grocery Co. Fresh new crop or Landreth's Gar- den Seed ab Gco. J. Adams. We omitted u-ti;.enLionally last week to publish th6 rep,,r of the Grand Jury, also the proceeding of the Circuit Court. Fresh, pure cane syrup ab 60 cents Der gallon can be found ab WIiLc GIocery Co. 500 pairs of all wool pants at $1.50, 1.75 and 2.00. Worth double. At Rothschlhls. worse roads and poorer pridges than has our's. We feel confidcnt that our officials can easily float a debl of $10- 000 at 5 pet" cent pa?able in 20 years, for the improvement to our roadways and the building of more substantial bridges across our various ereeFs and streams. A few chronic grumblers might protest but we believe 90 per cent of our people would heartily en- dorse such a increment, as they would uudoubtedly be benefited thereby. Economy isa good thing but it also cau be abused. Our columus are open for discussion as o theoutlay of a sum a,lequate to put our thoroufares in g)od condition. Let us have a fr<e expression of opl n ion. NOTICE. We hereby inform the public that we will eh)se out our mercantile busi- ness ami. though, we would prefer to dispose of our stock as a whole. will sell in small quantities at re- duced prices for cash. Positively n, vearl bills. All accounts must be settled by March 1st 1898. Repectfolly, WETTLIN &; HICKEY. Jan. 29 1895. -lm. : Plush caps andMisses Jackets al, The weather mmewhat of an improvenlent o,ver ,over that of last week and the sun has improved the condition of our ,treets considerable. Ane]egent line of mctPs and boys  lothing at C. Schaefer's. :Kid gloves worth 1.50 for 1.00. The lbest, we have ever sold for the money. Schaefer. = _-- =: Join the 0rusadeI Not to the Holy Land--but that you may be to get to land away from your home on a ,decent public road. Members of A m Lodge are noti- this week has been C. Schaefer's. Our reputation :f'or buying good clothing has been estabhshed too long to do much blowing about. Vie only name a few items: Child's suits 90 cents, Boys' suits $2., Men's snits $2.50, all good wearers aud will satisfy you. At Rothschild . Now is the time to idaat Ohion Sets an'] Geo. J. Adamsts the place to find them. :NOTICE. Ihavethis day purchased the In- that the regular monthly meeting terest of the late Joseph Aaron in the illbcheld nexLWednesday evening business of G.slinski & Aaron. and at which time Fellow Crafts work have acquired all the Assetsnrda- will be conferred. A coJd weather snap] A good double 10 x4 blanket for cents at Rothschihts. Men's and boy's golf caps in wool and velveteens for 25 cents at, Rothschild's. Mr. Thos. Roland-has just, received very flue hearse ann his underlak- r'a establishmen is now replete with line of caskets and coffins, tie ,IIOW offers his services to the pubhe :generally. "We cannot accomplish much, ex- ept to creaLe public interest, in our efforts for better roads and briciges for lies with the people directly. If 5'ou are in favor of improvertlents nn this line resolve to yourself that you .will earnestly work in it, s tel)all uu- il some good end has been accom- Notwit, hstauding-the advance in Woolens our stock of clothing i being offered ab extremely tow priers at Rotbschild's. 200 pieces of out, lag, all styles and ; Shades, from 5 Lo 10 cents at : B,)l.hschild's. We were exceedingly glad to wel- Come to our town, on Thursday, our Lwmer fellow townsman Dr.E. L ltlcGehee. The Dr., is looking ex- eedingly well and hearty and ex- himself as happy at being at old home once again. He antici- returning to New Orleans to- where his large and ex- tensive practice keeps him constantly Xmpled. There is indeed up question about fact that we need a bank ia this There is plenty of money in y lying idle and if invesi,ed ahauk ould no doubt prove a nice A movement was start- ago Lo organize one but went the ways of the (it.her enter- that start in our town. We do something to put new life the town or else in a few years we be as "dead as tIector." Start ball some enterprising citizen. -We have just reeeiyed from a I sumed the liabilities of said Firm, and will c0nlinue the /.osit)ess for Itty own account, and respectfully solicit the kind patronage of Lheold Firm and public. B. GOSLI NSKI. Woodville Miss.. Jan. '98. The wet season is upon us and waterproofgarnlents are what is needed. Ask to see our Mackin- toshes from 2.50 to 5.00, sold elsewhere from 4.00 to 9.00. At RothschiJds. .lUST Loaded shells in all sizes and loads at Geo. J. Adams. 1000 pairs 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. A VERSATILE GENIUS GONE In the death of "Lewis Carroll." or, more properly speaking, the Rev C. H. Dodgson, which occurred re- cently, the English-speaking eidhlren of the worhl have lost a good friend and true. The delicious drolleries of"Aliein Wonderland" have de- li_ht.ed hundreds of thousands of readers, vonnff and old ; for the inimitable "fantasies" iu that most unique creation are entertaining to tile adult as well as the chihl. The writer wa- a noted mathema- tician and merely wrote his quaintly humerous effusions about "Alice" as a sort of relaxation between his learned dissertalionson mathemati- cal themes. It is interesting to know that they werewrit)en for the amusement of a real "Alice," the daughter of Dean Liddell. By a strange freak of tame, it is uot thronffh his learned treatises on mathematics timt the wise juggler nf figures will be known to posterity, but through his playful efforts to please the fance of a little child Such asnl)tlegenins did lie display in this pa.tiu|e that "Alice's Adven- tures" will forewr remain an endur- ing monument to the memory of one wlto, in these quaint ramblings, showed himself, as the r(,atest critics admit, worthy of fellowship wit, b tim goodly company composed of Aesop, Arist31)hanes , Cerv.m,es. La Fontaine and others of that pet;u- market an elegent line of liar hrotherhood.--Memphis dress goods and full line of tar C. Schaefer. hays moved our store Lo the old orS. P. Adler, where we will our business, and you can find a frh supply of Groceries, Goods, Candies and all kinds of White Grocery Co. very pretty home wedding took on Wednesday at 3 o'clock, at, residence of the bride's parent,, tannic Lewis was married o Mngruder, Rev Mr. uncleof the groom, per- the ceremont,. The house was Utifully decorated w i th evergreens Drofusion of lovely flowers. No ) Witnessed the ceremony except relatives of the bride and The newly married couple their home on the planta- of, Mr.F.D. Lewis near Wu)d- We join their many friends in them a long life full of happi- Seiml- --~. FOR SALE: Two 3 month ohl Polan China pigs ())tale), entitled to registration. MAsos SSOWDnN. Jan 22 tf - ---- N(Y"[CE. Bids to buil.t a Steel Bridge a2ross Ba3ou Sara Creek on Woodville and Fort Adams road, according to spee. ifieations on file in Chancery Ch, rk's office, will berecelved up to 9 o'clock A,M.. on the first M()nda), in Febru- ary t898 The Board reserving the right to reject any and alibi,Is. C. A. COON, Clerk. Jan 8, 1898 5w TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting or trespassing on the Artonish Inn(Is under t'otlee is pro= hibite(l under full penalty (,f the law. Any stock remaining on the Artouish past,re after leebruarv 15ti will be charged l)asturage---5t)e per mouth. J. A (}ILLEaI'IE. 1 15 1898 ly. New  dvertisements. NOTICE. Bids for publishln the proceed- in,2 o[ the Boar(I of Snpvrxls()rs of W)Ikins()n C.onnty an(l legal a(h'er- tion)ens of said B,)ard for the year 1898. t:Otlllllelle!ng datmary 1st lS98 and endina Jannary l,-t, 199, uill be rece.ivcd np to 9 o'clock, A.M., on the Ist M()n(la of Fehruary 1898 The Board reserves the right tore- jcct an 3 and all bids. C. A. COON, Clerk. Jan. 8, 1838-5w NO FICE. B)  virtue of the power vested u) me as Executor of last will anti tes- tamen of . P. Adler, deceased, and in accordance wilh a decree rendered n the estate of S. P. Adler, at the l)eeember 'term 1897, of tim Chance- rv Court, reoorde(I in ninute book. 8", page 267, of the minr)tes ot Chan eerv Court, I will on M,.nday, the 7th day of February 1898, at the outb door of the Court House in the town of oodvllle, between the hours of 11 o'clock. A .I, and :, o'clock, P iI.. sell to the highest bidder, fl,r CASll, at public auction ttte land of said estate described as lhal part of the Dr. Holt's home- stead tract, and of the Delany I)lacc. and (if the Win. Henley lilacs, lie- longing to said S. P. Adler at hi. death, re.re particularly described it., Exhibit B, filed on November 12. 1897, in papers of said Estate la Cltancery Clerk's ulhce, witt) the pc- ,ilion for the confirmation of sale of )and of the estate, reference being thereto had. JAS. M. SES:'IONS, Ex'r Est. S. I'. Adler. Tan. 8, 1898 4w TRUSTEE SALE. On Monday February 7th, 1898 be- tween the hours of ii o'clock A. i and 4 o'clock p. M., at the south door of the Court House in the town of Woodville State of Mississippi, the undersigned Trustee will sell at public aucdon to the highest bidder for cash the land in said town described as being the northwest part of lot 23, square i. division 3, and further described as commencing at the north west corner of said lot and running south 15o feet to a stake, thencee. 63 feet to a stake or, a line of Mrs. I. D. Gildart's lot. thence north 75 feet to the se corner of Standard Oil Company's lot, thence west 75 feet to the south-west corner of said Oil Company's, lot thence north 75 feet to a stake on the south margin of Third South Street, thence west 65 feet to place of beginning, on which at this time is located a Cannin . Factory, and all the materials, stock and appurtenances in and belonging to said Canning Factory. This sale will be made by virtue of the authority and conditions of a deed of trust executed on 4th day of lune 1894 by the Wil kinson County'Canning Factory con veymg the lands above described t. the undersigned Trustee to secure a debt due to Edward Aaron, the con- ditions of said Deed of Trust having been broken. Reference is made to Book No K K. page i8o, of con vevance records, in Chancery Clerk's Office in s:dd town where said Deed of Trust is recorded. This sth day of January 1898. C. w IIENI)ERS)N, Trustee. Jan 5, '98 4w NOTIC E. To the Creditors of S P. Adler, De- ceased : You are hereby notified that at tho December term. 1897, of the Chance- rv (Jourtof Wilkinson couuty, Mix- sissipDi, said estate was declared in- solvent and you are notified that o: the 9th day of May, t898 the same being tim first day of the May Term ot said Court the claims against said Estate will be taken up for examina- tion and adjudization. All claims must be filed writ the Clerk of said tourt by said day and all creditors may attend. C A. COON, Cl(;rk of Chancery Court, Woo(Ivil]e Jaa. 1, 1898-4w WALSH & WIL$0000, CONTRACTORS OF II* BRICK  CEIVIENT - w o R K., Estimates Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wettlin & Hickoy or Ben nrow I/'$, Barber Shop. Dec 18 972m. FOR RENT. .The W. L. IIays Place, about 205 acres. 6q acres in cultivation : situated about 7 miles west of Woodville. rl'.m Caesar Gillespie Place. about 280 acres. 60 acres in cultivation. It is situated abont 5 miles frcan F,rt Adams. For particnlars applyto ED WARD AARON. Dec. 18, '97-ff POSITIO NS GUARANTEED. To Graduates of IIaaris' Practical Business College, School of Short Itano. Telegraphy, etc.. Jackson Mississippi. We have bought the Waatt Col- le_es here and at Meridian. but have closed out the one at Meridian, and prepared to ive students thevqry best busiuesstraiuing to be had ,y- where. Catah)gue sent ,.n applica. tion. N. J iIARRIS, * President. Jackson. Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf FOR SALE. Thchonse and lot in Woodville, south west of tim public square known as the usan Scott lot adjoining lot of Dr L WMagruder apply to Ii S VAIl EATON. 11 .90 1897 tf. TRESPASS NO'F[CE. All huntin on Simrall and S('itae- for ihwes is strietty prtHdbited u0der i)enalty of the taw. 11 20 97 lf.. TI-]E GE/00I 00ALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : :HU_b_ LIQIY ObS ---o SUCII AS o OLD I-O,MOPOLE RYE, PUITdW R FE, FI E,}VCtt .B.Rd,MD I/', IFIJV_ES, .ETC. Choice Stock of FINE CISdR$ d/ways on Hand Those is need of PURE LIQUORS for medical pnr- poses will do well to call and examine my stock. A. S. JOHN SON. NT 0 THE PUBLIE Notwithstanding the rigid quarantine regulations pla'ced around our town we are pre pared to offer the very highest prices for cotton paying SPOT for same. \\;Vhen we say " ,2 000HI| we do not mean checks or d00afts but the actual money. Wc have also a very large and ZC " ';ii omplete stock whtch we offer at extremely low prices. N N Yours Truly, [[i Martin Rot,00schi[d & Bro., - , - r NOTI,!E. Ihave just received and will keep onstantly on hand a full supply of COFFINS and CASKETS, of all St, les. which I will sell at rea- sonal)le priers. Shop opposite W. C. Bonnys res- idence. THOS. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf NOTICE. The public are hereby notified that Hunting is prohibited oa the Sur- gette, Elmwood, Belleview and Gor- don Plantations. All former permits are hereby re" yoked. CH A.. C'3ll EN. Nov. 20, 1897-tf **! *****+,+*+-*+++,+**+*** *********************** MRE ENTERPRISE. @ , 4" ,@ MORE INFLUENCE. MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. i MORE SPECIAL FEATURES. ' ' i+ TheTlmesDemcrat, NEW ORLEANS.  d @ 4"MORE NEWS, ', ORE SORIS. 4, * ' ', MORE INFORMATION'. 4" :'{['MORE ILLUSTRATIONS. :MOUE XDVEUTISMENTS. 4" THE MOST WIDELY CIR- CL'LATED NI%'WSPAPR $ @ 4" @ 4" @ @ 4" @ IN Tl1l SOUTH, Subscribe for tt If you want4" to keep up with current , 4- 4- events at home and abroad. , Daily and Sunday, per year.S12 00, L Semi.Weekly, per year ...... 1.00 : (Tuesday and Friday.) 4,i.4. @, Sundays only. per year .... 2.00, 4" SAMPLE COPIES FREE. ', THE TIMES-DEMOCRAT, i 4" 4, ,b Nev 0rleane) La. , VATCII E ;. RINGS. NEW YEAR. NE'W GOODS. OLD YEAR GONE. OLD STYLES DITTO. Brighten up your home and yourself with New Clocks. New Watches, New Silver-ware, New RinKs, New Specs, cw Table-ware, and h3ve your watch, Clocks, Ring aml .}ewetrly repaired by us and made LO look like new. Our work is G UARA NTEED. JOSEFII SARPI[IE, The Jeweler, J EW EL RY. CLOCKS 1NOTICE TO L'RESi'ASSERS. A!I person. are hereby forbidden to hunt or otherwise trespass on my lands known as the Gildart tract, the L,berty tract and Flet tract, about 1 mile north-east of Woodville under penal,,y of the law F. F. BEST. Dec. 19: '96-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. All hun:lug on mv place is strletly 9rohiblted under i)enaltv of the law. MRs E. W Jooa. 11 20 97 tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. IIunting or otherwise trespassing (,n the McManns, Farish anti Bowling Green places s strictly prohibited un- 14, der pe)rdtv of tho law. All former ' permissions revok: d. R M. McGEiIEE. J. It PENDLETON. , Sept.'4. 1891; -if = TRAOI[ lllAKIh, ELECTRIC BELT FREE Te introduce it aFid o])ta|I'l a'enls the un- d,,t'si ted fir), wn zlve away a f;w of their SCx({);rnan Eleotri(; hflts iuvented I)y Prof. r:n dcI" Weyd(,. Pres. of the New York Ele,;- t 'i d Soclefy (U. S. Pal[mr 257,647) a positlvo cuvfor nerv<)us I)(l)ility, Rleunalsh, loss of Power. &c. Address al once El,ctri Agency, P. O. Box 1874. New York. N. Y. OOPYRIHT8 dko. Anyone sanding a sketch and desoriptlon may quiokly certain, i-roe, whether all invention IS probabl .Paten.'ble. Commmlitiqns at0ctly ooflnattaL UIU0t agency forsaking patents ha America. We have a Wuhlngton ot2se. Patents taken thluh Mama & Co, receive pecial hOrACe lu the $OIENTIFIO AMERIOAN, butiftaLy tllUstltl, lsl'llSt circulation Of a):.y acientlflo Joarnal, weekly, getmm ff.C0 a year- .1.50 six moutha. 8peclmeu ooples and t:L'ib kl00K ON PATIN*ra aent floe. Addre MUNN & CO., 861 lUtroadttlv, Hew Yor HARDWARIt AND IMPLEMEN]X The attention of planter nnd others is eal'led to our tock of IIaL'dWato and Agricultural Iniple-- meres, of which we at all times carry in sufficient; quantities to suit the deumnds of our trade, and at prices as h)w as they can be sold. We especially call .VOltr atteuti,n to the Chattanooga Chilled Plow. for which we are the exclusive agents. These plows' are of iulproved design and SUl)orior finish, made of =teleeted material, and eoalbilm many original points of excellence not found iu other plows,besidea tho best features of other leading chiiled plows. e really believo thelL to be the-best plow sohl ia thta nlarket, having handled them for two soasons, and as an inducement, we offer theln on eondition that if the Plow is unsatisfactory in any way, return santo and we will cheefully REFtIND YOUR M'OEo We are in position to at all times quote you very low prices on Saddles, Coil'ars, Bridles, Whps Carriages, Wagons, Barbed Wire, Stoves and every thing Dertaining to Saddlery, Harness, Heavy Hard-. ware, VetiMes and m)plements. We especially solicit your trade in these lines,. believing we will bo able to give you satisfaction, to, say the least. C. SCHAEFER. NN. DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMIC00f Public School Books -"ancy and rI'o:[lot h't 1010 Stationery, Painters Spplies, Cuttlery. ?'zO'7i,/ ng Hardware, ltznzinatin2 (]its, Garden ,eed 'e. Phvaicians prccriptlons carethll3 compounded, and orders correctly .,ve cek selected i:, grat care andwarranted as representod, v. 8.9 L .--y. -_ - I I I DR. C. S. HAMILTON, -ENTIST. WOODVILLE Office at Sehlesmge" ouse. April 18, '95 ly. ISS ARorney ml 00oumlcr kw,00 WOODVILLE, MISS. Office abova tle Republican Oflte DR. CttAS. E CATCI:lmo, PHYSI00IA00 SURGIO00, WOODVtI.LE : : " : MISS. Office in Adams Drug Store. July 14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MASRUDEI:t, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISJ. Office at residenee, April 7, .88 1) O'ET:M: DEA1.ER 11 Family and Fancy Groceries. L nfec t)oneries, Oysters. Tropical Fruit o all kinds, Sugar, Uoffee,,Flolr, Soa Slarch, Raisins, 'us ,,f" t)lLlilnda, Canned Fruit and Fish, . Fine brand chewing Tobacco. Fresh Bread every day. ew anp plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896-y M. MARANTO . DEALEIR IN CHOICEST Frnit% DR 0. C. CR0$. Dental Surgeou, WOODVILLE. MISS. :)f all kinds, and Frth ceries. Reeei dy of all kinds. ;ed in the best style, trom 9 A, . .to 8 P. M. Main St. Opposite :laum & Dampfo Office up stairs over the Postofflce. A. . SHANNON, ,tlbu00y 00omehr 00tL00,w WOODVI LLE, MISS. Will praete in all State arid United Itates courts in this Stoic Real estate bought awl ld on ecru mission. Ofllee on ('mmercial Row. H. S. V kN EATON. tt00m00y 000,m00hr 00thw, Ooe up stairs in the Odd FeLlow Building. DR. J01N F. TttERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE. MISS. Office ,t, Main St. at his oldStaud IOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL 3IRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and Wood- eu Coffins always on hand at Wood- rills. Miss., Main St, TresDaa Notice. All i)ersnns faired hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing on the Bur nantwood plantation ahout 8 mile.. south of Woodville will be prose outed to tbe full extent of the law, A strietwatch will be kept on sam( plantation for trespassers. L W. MAGRt'DER C,olera and Yellow l%ver are pls, Feb 17 97 y. TRESPASS Any person caught huntih, flahin or otlerwise trespassing on the lrasit - Collins or OhlLtwis places wilib prosecuted to the full extent ol (l aw. All former permissions revok ed. F.D. Lwm. ./1. H. SJIWD.M.d.N, uooor to TgE BEST SAL00100 South-West Corner of PubliSquar 1 have always on hand a au enoe article of Wghey, 00nndy and Ira,, TWK BST "VARTETIIt OF TNE BEsT BBADt  CIGARS, Domestic and lm porb,J, Fanev Liqu-rs, Vermouth. Cordia|a,ete Bol.tled and Keg Beer, Lemon, an [cc always on hand." 31y friends and customors will alwa  find me ready to do bnsine. A. H. aIDMAh= Maroh 12, 99. ; cut bushles coedtte,4  M@r va FIt[tt, Ov Orrt ts OPorct 0. tS Pav-r Om,,,t ) a:=a we n actro pa tat .; a==a,tima th=m t, f remot Iror 'smugton. { Send model, drawhlg ol pt tl,,a, We adviser t[ bate lt,;.b } harga. Our fee !-')t due la , ,e..,t pt ,!.:e ill *he U., ,(,d sent free. Ad'dre []