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aturday :February 5 J0urnM of the Cor- poration of W00dville, Simple Announcements of marria- and deaths will oe puhhshed ehnrge. ,11|L,,('i(|Ol| |)t,r alilltll|l, ....................... $1 50 wise .................. $2 O0 MARKET, New Orleans, Dec, 17, 1897. CotloP. 5 1-4 JOB %%' ORK AT THE L,EPUBLICAN. Plentynf frost and cold weather insures a good fruit crop this :Year. -m-4 e Mr.R.A.tlarrison of Bayou Sara was here on Tuesday evening and parchased c(msider:tble cotton IIe on Wednesday's train. A full line of black and fancy wors- i ted at, Rothschild's. The best coffee at. 10, 15 and ')0cts at, White Grocery Co. The Mayor and BoaT:d of Aldermen to meet on last Tuesd'ty after- lnon, the time for the regnlar meet- owing to lhe illness of the Mayor. Qniteanumberof drummers were town during the week soliciting "tradefor theirresl)eet]ve firms. Ti]ey : all complain of the dull t.imcs and low 1Drice of o)tton. 500 pairs of all wool pants at .50, 1.75 and 2.00. Worth double. 'At Rothschflds, Our old friend, Dr. J. C. Schotelis us again thoutth whether perma- kently or not we are not advised as we had .he pleasure of meet.-' him as yet,. "New Orleansmidd)ing cotton this is still quoted at 5. Asreceipt hue to he largely in excess of weeks for lS.qT, '96 arid '95 the lmld. up well. Fresh new crop of LandrcLh'S Gar Seed at Get). J. Adams. _ s l'resh, pure cane syrup at 60 (rents lion can he found at, White Co. i - B--e a The first, ice this winter was on 1st and2nd. The next on Feb. So farlhs has been an open use the phraseology ofa northern latil ude. elegent line of men's and boys  ,thingtt C. Schaefer's. gloves wm'tt 1.50 [.r 1.00. The we have ever sold for the money. Sclmefer. Mr. L. Schloss leaves t,()nlorrow via ,;nLreville for Water Valh'y to at- %end the mceting of the Grand L'dge Masons which convenes at, that next Wednesday. The Board of "-,S-upervisors--- meets in regular session next, Monday. The question of moment is the depl(u'able tm of our roads and t l]ey shmfld this sul,ject some consideration. A eohl weatller snap l A good double 10 x 4 idanket for nts at Rathsehilds. Men's and boy's g(df caps in w(gd nd velveteens for 25 cents at, Rot hsvhild's. We are convinced of the advisability lift cxmducting husiness this year on a asis or 11 ve cent coton. If the nex sell for a bet Ler price tl]e can very well stand Lhe disap- lilt. The new brick building of Messrs & Tucker opposit,e this is being rapidly erected. Messrs & Wilson are workers and in a days more the st, ruclure will be cure pleted. IIopeLodge No. 76 K. or P, has tin put, on a fresh start, and initia- mdidaLe -n Monday night and ived to new applications and re-lnstatement. g t,he advance in :its our sloek of clothing is beh]g extremely low l)riees at Rat bscl]ild's. asylum 00odge00u & A regular mom.hly communi- Wednesday night, aud con- the Fellow Craft, s degree on B. Wohlberg, A very large nd ;huslastie meet,h|g was held. weather Lids weel( has beeu )tionally cold and on Thursday ,rable lee was seen. The ther- istered 24-. 'rite weather wever clear'and not, altogether reeahle. Dr. aud Mrs. Murdock arid daugh- ed home on Thursday's The Doctor after a weeks visit relattws and friends and Mrs. !rdoelr after a more extended al)- rice. leees of out,ins, all styles and from 5 t,o 10 cents at Rot,hscbtld s. Sara Lodge No, 15K. of P.. eelebral, ou Friday, February the 35th anniversary of the a banquet,, etc, ttupe Lodte me has been invited and Mr. Sehloss selected to respond for Quite a number of Knights Signified their willingness to the affair will no doubt be one. train will thiacs Ba ou Sara .... ; 5) Cottoncootinnestoccme in quite f:'eely and omsiderable remains yet, to.bcntarket,ed. The prieehowever r'.n]ai:s sleady under t.he heavy re-- ceiI)tS. The knowing ones 1)red[el a I1 milliot or.p, out we do not helieve it qmte will reach that figure. Notwithstanding the low price of cotUmour merchants report, having had a most satisfactory January busi- ness, in fact. muc.h larger than they anti('ipated. The outlook f(,r the c(mtinuanccof a good trade is also quite flattering. The entertaimnenl on hst Friday nightbyMr. Chas. Underhill in his representatiou of Rip Van Winlde was very good and a large audience i was prcsent. Mr. Underhill held his audreace spell bound and iu the! touching and pathetic scenes brought tears to the eyes of many. An attempt was made to have the present Post, Mistress, Mrs..N. Ttcr- rell, removed and Mr. Brown, of Amite, a republican, appointed in her place. The efforts were futile how- ever, and we areghtd for the present in(:umbent is qualified in every respect and discharges t,he duties of the otlicc it) the satisfaction of egery one. The Ladies of the Episcopal Guild have issued invhations to a "Silve:' Party" to be given at the residence of Capt,. and Mrs. D. C. Bramlette. Some of our gifted atuateurs will act asparklinglitllec-medy on thatoc- casion, and a very pleasant, evening is looked for. A small slot will be plate near t,hedoor and each guest will, doubtless, gladly leave a piece of silver for the furLheranceof church work, in which these ladies are so earnestly and pleasan fly engaged. The l:gislature has passed a bill authorizing our Board of Supervisors to purchase outstanding Bridge Bonds against the count,y. This speaks well f,r the financial condition of our cnunt,y'sfinance. We are nut inform- ed if the money lying idle in the treasury can only be used for the re- dempti(,n of these bonds, bill, if such is not t,he case some of it shonld be used for t,he building uf better and more substantial st, ruct, ures across our" ninny creeks and streams. NO'ITI :E. We hereby inform the public thai we will close out onr mercantile bnsi- nessand, though, we would preter to dispose ot our stock as a whole, will sell in small quantities at re- dr|ted prices for cash. Positively n,,' vearl bills All accouuts must bc settled by March 1st 1898. ILospeetfully. V'ETTLIN ;HICKEY, Jau 29 1895. -lm. Plush caps andSlisses lockets a C. Schaefor's. Our reparation for buying good clothin has been estahhshed too hmgtodo much bh)wing about. We only name a few items: Chihl's suits 90 cents, Boys' suits$2., Men:s suil.s $2.50, all good wearers and will satisfy you. At Rothschilds. 2 = '40 Now is the time re plant Oion Sets and (-leo. J. Adams s the place to fin:| them NOTICE. I have this day purchased the In- teresl t}f t.he lale Joseph Aaron in the business of Goslinski & Aaron. and have acquired all the Assets and as mmed the liabilities of said Firm. and will ctmtin'le t.he t usiness for my own ace, rant. and respectfnlly sol[ell the kind patronage of the old Firm and puhlic. P,. GOSLINSKI. Woodvillc Miss.. Jan. '98. The wet season is upon us and waterproof garments are what i.- neefled. Ask to see our Maakin- toshesfrom 2.50 to 5.00, sohl elsewhere from 4.00 to 9.00. At Rothschilds. JUST RECEIVED. Loaded shells iu all sizes and loads at, e G,o. J" Adams. 1000 pail's of mens shoes all size congress and lace, a good heavysubstant;al shoe Costto make $1 95. our price $1. Ask for them at Rothschilds. FOR SALE:--Two 3 month ohl Polan Chiua pigs (male). entitled to retration. MASOS SOWDEr. Jan 22 tf. NOTICE. Bids to huild a Steel Bridge a2rns Baxtm Sara Creek on Woody[lie and F.rt Adams road, according to spee i :cations nn file in Chancery Clerk's office, will herecetved up to'9 o'el,mk A, , on the first Monday iu Febru- ary 1R98 'rite Board reserving the right to rejecl any and all Iids C. A. COON, Clerk. Jan 8. 1898 5w TRESPASS NOTICE. All huntlug or tresoassing on the Artonish lar,ds under fence is pro- hibited under full penalty of the law. Any stock remaining on the Artonish pastnreatterFel)ruary 15th will be charged pasturage50e per moutlL J. A GILLESPIE. 1 15 1898 ly. TRESPA SS Nf)TICE. All hunting and trespassing New dvertisements. SOI'I;E. i(ls for I)uhlishmg thffproeeed- ing of the Board of SUln'r'sors of Wtlkiusou County and adver- ticmenls nf said B.ard for the year 1898. comt,amchg Jauuary 1st 1898 and cn(lin January 1st, 199, u ill be re(.eivcd up to 9,eh)ek, a. al., on the 1st M()nda.} of February 1898 The Board reserves tire right, tore- jcct any and all bids. C. A. COON, Clerk. Jan. 8, 1838-5w NOtICE. By virtue of the power vested in me as Executor of last wllland tes- tament cf S. P. Adler, deceased, and in accordance with a decree rcudcred In the estate of S. P. Adler, at lhe December Term 1897, of the Cimnce- ry Court, recorded in minute book. 3, page 267, of the ufinutes of ('han cerv C,mrt, I will on M(mday, the 7th (lay of February 1898, at th- South door of the Court [louse in the town ,)f \\;X'oodvflle, between th,' hours of 11 o'clock, x. )s, and ;, ('ehck, P 3I., sell to the highes bidder, f,,r CASII. at public aucti6n the laml of said eslate (leseribed a- that part of tim Dr. {oIt's home- stead tract and of the I)elany place. and of the Win. Henley place, tin.. longing to said S. P. Adler at his death, more l)artieularh' described it Exhibit B, fih, d on N,,vemhcr 12, 1897, in papers of said Estate m Chancery Clerk's nihee, with the I)C - ,.it[on for tile e.nlirmati,m of sale of land of the estate, reference being, thereto had. JAS. M. SESMONS, Ex'r Est. S. P. Adler. Jan. 8, 1898 4w TRUSFEE SALE. On Monday February 7th, 1898 b:- tween the hours of 11 o'clock A. M and 4 o'clock p. M, at the south floor of the Court House ira the town of Woodville, State of Mississippi, the undersigned Trustee will sell at pub!it auction to the highest bidder for cash the land in sard town described as being the north west 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, thence e. 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 thenc,. north 7'5 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 Canning Factory, and all the materials, stock and appurtenances in and belonging to said Canning Factory. This sale will be made by virtue of the authonty and conditions of a deed of trust executed on 4th day of June 1894 by the Wil kinson County Canning Factory con veymg the lands above described to the undersigned Trustee to secure a debt due to Edward Aar,,n, the con- ditions of s.dd Deed of Trust havinj been broken. Reference is made to Book No K K. page 18o, of con vevance records, in Chancery (lerk's efface in said town where said Deed of Trust is recorded. This 15th day of January 1898. C. w HENIIERS >N, Trustee. Jan 15, '98 4w NOTICE. To the Creditors of S P. Adler, De- ceased : You are hereby notified that at tim December term, 1897, of the Chance- r Court of Wilkinson county, Mis- sissippi, said estate was declared in- solveut, aud you are notified that on the 9th davof May, 1898. the sam,, being the tlrst day of the May Term of said Court the clahns against said Estate will be taken up for examina- tion and adjudimtion. All claim must be filed with Ihe Clerk of sai:l "ourt hv said day arrd all creditors may atte'ud. C A. COON, Cb;rk of Chancery Court. Woodville Jan. 1, 1898-4w WALSH & WILSON, - CONTRACTORS OF I PRcK  CEMENT w o R K..v00 Estimates Furnhed Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with %etilin & Ilieko or Bvn Brown's. BarberShop, Dee 18 97 2m. FOR BENT. The W. L. IIay Place, about 205 acres, 6 ! acres in cultivation ; situated about 7 miles west of Woodville. Tm Caesar Gillespie Place about 290 acres 60 acres in eultivatiou. It is situated ahout 5 milestrom F,,rt Adams. For partieqt,rs app!v to ED A ARD AARON. Dee. 18, '97-tf POSITRONS GUAltANTEED. To Graduates of ItaaHs' Practical Business College, School of Short tlana, Telegraphy, etc.. Jackson Mississippi. We have bough* tile Wa, att Col- leges here and at Meridian. hut Imve closed ontthe one at Meridian and repared to giw , studeuts thev,ry est blnsincss training to be had : ,3"- where. Catal,,gue sent , n applica- tiou. N. ,I HARRIS, President. Jacksou, Miss. Sept. 11, 1897-tf FOR ALE. The honse and lot t, Woody[lie, south west of the public sqvare known on as the Suan Seottot adjoining lot TIlE 00ElVi SALOON J IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 1 WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : PZTISE LIQI7 Ol=S --o--SUCH ASo OLD J[OWOPOLE RYE, P Ut I Td W RYE, FREWCI[ BdWD , WIWES, ETC. Choice Stock of FINE ClSAflS A/ways on Hand., lg:iThose is need of PURE LIQUORS for medieal pur- poses will do well to call arrd examine my stock. A, S. JOHNSON. ITfl PUBLIE: Notwithstanding the rigid f quarantine regulations placed l around our town we are pre- pared to offer the very. highest N , prices for cotton paying SPOT N ill t]00$11 for same. \\;Vhen we say I]AI0000i we do not mean checks or ,Lv"00 d.mfts but the actual money. f \\;e have also a very large and complete stock which we offer z i at extrcmely low priccs. Yours Truly, t Martm Rothschdd & Bro., N()TI./E, Ihave just received and will keep constantly on hand a full s.pply or CO?FINS aud CASKETS, of all St, les. which [ will sell at rea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W. C. Bnuys res- idence. TIlOS.' ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf NOTICE. The public are hereby notified that Hunting is prohibited oa the Sur- gette, ELmwood, Belleview and (]or- dou Plantatinns. All [orlner per,ultg are Iwrehv re'- vokvd. CIt.ko. CgLIEN. Nuv. 20, 1897-tf MORE PUSH. M3RE ENTERPRISI. 'l ,[" MORE INFLUENCE. 4,  4  MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. @ ' , MORE SPECIAL FEATURES. TheTimes-Dem0crat, UORE EWS. .: 4,:4MORE STORIES. fft'i + MORE INFORMATION. 4, 4, MORE ILLUSTRATIONS. ::4' t Tlltlg MOS'P WIIDIILY Illtt- , h CUL&TED NF:WSP&PER 4`, ' i,- xx TH SOUTH. I @ t. + - Subscribe for It If yoa want i to keep up with current{[, ' 4, events at home and broad. '1' Datly and Sunday, per year.S12 00 4,iemi-Weekly, per year ...... 1.00 s r and Friday.) oo2: =,,.., ,.., .... * 4, SAMPLE COPIES FREE, 4, 4, ' Tlll TIMES-DEMOCltAT, 4,: '][* 4,t4, NeW Orlean, Ill. 4,: + ***-,4,4,, 4, Retreat and I)ameron places is strlcty of Dr L W Maguder apply to prohibited, under penalty of the law. It 8 rA EATON. ELECTRIC BELT FREE. M ASON SNOW DEN. 11 20 1897 tf To Introduce It an0 obtain tgents the un- ' de.rahnod firm will give away a few ot ttmlr Oct., 9th ' ......... , .... $, (te:;mn Electric Belts invented by Prof. -,,,-,,,,,,: CvVIOt, Van tier Wovde. prs. of the New York Elec- j cauoLocJ x*, * .-'= ,rlea.l Soele(v (U. 8. Patent 257.M7) a positive TRESPASS NOT[OE. . .......... ,, .  . enreft')r rel'vot]s 1)'ehlttty. Rh.unallsb loss ' " ctri All frllrl[,In on ,,lnlrall ano eltlte..-. of Power, &c, Add3a. at Oneu FAt.' All huutiu, fi|rin or otherwise [er places is strictly proh|htbt.d iiadel" Agency. P.o. Box 1874, New York. N, Y. Y ou penalty of the law.  : the law. L.W. M YOUR WATCH CONTAINS 175pieces, pnt, tnrether in 2,400 dlstinctoperatious. The roller Jewel daily makes. 432,0 3 impact,s against the fork. or strikes it, fully 157,680.000 blows each year The balance w eel moves 141--100 inch with each vibration or 3.55 3-t miles a year. Now. you will believe that while the dclh:;lt t) lit t le !uec|;lnisfn requires "rely a tenth of ;t drnp of oil for n year's work. It. becomes might3 "PII[RSTY FOg THAT LITTL]: ()IL. 1 williveyonrwaeh .'he benefl of eig',,teen years experience a, lowest, prices consistent, wi.h good w(wk. JOSEPH SARPItIE, The Jeweler, NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are herehv forbidden to hlnt or otherwi.e trespass on my lands known as the (lihlart tract, the Lubertv tract and Fleet tra(.t, about 1 mile north-east of Woody[lie under penalty of Lhe law F. F. BEST. Dec 19. '96-tf TRESPASS No'rICE, All hnnting on mv place is striel, lv ,rohibtted undvr penalty of the law. MRs E. W. JooR. 11 0 97 tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. IInnting or otherwise trespassing on the McManus, Farish an(t Bowling Green places s strictly prohibited rai- der penalty of the law. All former ttARDWAE AND IMP00MENTS, The attention af p'{a.fg/s/rod others is called"  i/):i  to our stock of llardware attd Agricultural Imple- )nerag, ot  which we at all times carry in sufficient quantitws to suit the demands of out" trade, and at I)rices as low as they can be soht. We especially call your attcntiaa ta the Chattanooga Chilled Plow, for which we are the exclusive agents. These plows' are r)f improved design and superior finish, made of selected material, and eoml)ine inane; original points of excellence not found in other ph)ws,|besides the best features of other leading chiih!d plows. We" really believe then. to be lhe best plow sohl in thin market, having handled them for two saasons, and as an inducement, we offer them on condition that if the Plow is unsatisfactory in any way, return santo .... and we will cheefully RItFIIND YOUR MOEYo re are in position to at all times quote yea S very low prices on  addles, Collars, Bridles, Whips Carl'lage, "Wagons, Barbed Wire, Stoves and every thing pertaining to Saddlery, Harness, fteavy Hard-- ware, Vehicles and nnplements. We especially solicit your trade in these lines, believing we will bc able to give you atisfaetion, to" say the least. C. SCHAEFER. C KANN. WOODVILLE, ..... ' " DEALER IN-- i , !9 DRUGS and MEDICIHE00 CHFMIC00,Ig Public School Books Stationery, Painters Su,pplies, Cuttlery. urni. in2" Hardware, ltluminatin2 Otis, Garden eed 6c. tePhVsicians nrecrlotions carctully compoundtt, o, nd orders collcctly t:%,wti k eiccted i , gr,t care andwarranted as represented. '. S. 9 z. .--y, F. A. MCLAtN W . S. VER'>S . . , . 2' i McLAIN & VENTKESS, &ttoruys)d C000elors hw, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in McGehec buihling. 00iiii(ij_s 7EtAMiLT 0 N, "%ENTIST. '[ ISS WOODVILLE Occ at Schleslnge" ltouse, April 18, ;95 ly DR. CHA NGS WOODV,t,LE : : : : MISS, Office iu Ad&ms Drug Store. July 14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician end Surgeon, %% OODVILLE, MIS% Office at residence, AFril 7, .88 I) DR C, C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, ODDVILLE. MISS Office up stairs over the Postoffice. A. 6. SHANNON, WooDVIt,LE, 2,1IS. Will praotte in all flta+e aud Us[Led Btates courts in tiffs State Real estate bought, and ., Id on eom miiou. Office on Cgmmercial l,ow a. s. v Office up.stairs iu the Odd Feltow Bnildipg. _ ..... I)R. JOEN F. TERREL, Phyicia and Surgeon WOOVILLE, MISS. Office on Main St. at his old Stnud J6VIN A, LOWRY, permissions rovoh:ed. . " ,, FUNERAL 3IRECTOR. R M. Me(,EIIIA,. J. H. PENI)LETON, A Full Stock of Metalic and Wood- Sept."4, 189(3 -tf t .......... en Coffins always ou hand at Wood- kll,,, SO YEAnS" /dlle. Miss., Main Elt, [ k  . . "1 res, as Notice. All persons found hunting, fishmg 'I]"TII| M or otimrw|se trespassing on the Bur " - Ommo "lVWv" OPYRIN'I'& aamor, d plantation about 3 Rii]e lollending&ltketoh$taddelgtom' 8outh of Woody[lie will he prose qutckly amortn, fre, whetam" tm 115 ut mtbly patentable. Oommmdao:m ttrtt e uted to the full extent of the law. In Amerl WO hvo & W,  strict watch will he kept on sam( Patent take through MO0 9Nmolvo ml aott tn e 01antatin for trespassers. 8dEHTIFIO AMERIOAN L w. M*.R,, Bram/ett & Tucker., 00tt0n0y: nl 000,,mlm at WOODVILLE, MISS. Offieeiu Muthoe Building, Gem m,m i,1 Row. J. It. JONES. Att00my C0melcr :t WOODVILLE, M I S.2. Office above the lepuhlieau Olllee, 00'LT :5/L --IEA1.ER IN-- Family and Fancy Groceries. ('onfee t]oneries, Oysters, Tropical Frnit o a'l kinds, ngar, Coffee, Flonr, lgm Slarch, IOfisins, Nus af all kinds. Canned Fruit and Fish, &e. Fine brand chewing Tobacco. Fresl: Bread every day. New Up piles arriving daily. March '21, 1896-y DEALER IN-- CI1OICEST Frnits, Or! of all ktnds, amt Fr,sh'F eeries. I{eeeives daily ] (tv of all kinds. ]Mm! el in the bcst style, trcm 9.. to 8 P.M. m g lttn St. Opposite Baum & Da l - FPb 1." 97 y, Tl{EPA:S OTI(E. Any person cau(ht hunting, flshiu or otherwise trespassing or lhe 1 r.asie , Co) ins or Ohl lewis places Wilt b rosecuted to the fall extent el th aw. All forIner per.mis.ions revok ed. F. I). Lv:wtS, gE BEST S : South-West Corner of Public Squa, I have ai 'ays on hand a $1tl,:l' article of Wl00i00hy, 00rat6y ,00it h=. TII" BEST VAETE*PTE 012 W Tn BEST BB&NDS O" CIGARS. Domestie and Irn por'te.' Fanc Liqn.,r Vel m-uth. Cordials err Bottled and Keg [er, Ia,,mous, nut I-co alwnv on hand. My frionds ,rid customers will alwat,  find me rezd) to ,4, b,sil. A. H. A15DMA]h. March 12. 9"2, Caveat and Tradlnts o* ent busiaevs ndtmt,vd tr MO 1