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March 5, 1898     The Woodville Republican
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The Board of Aldermen met in reg- 1000 pairs of mens shoes all ular session on last Tuesdayafternoon [size congress and lace, a good Saturday, March 5. a - ._ Scial Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. w .... - ,. Simple Announcements of marria- [es aqad deaths will be pubhshed wthntt charge. ,iubscl.|pliol| per alll|Ulgflh (ash ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET. New Orleans, Dec, 17, 1897. t&apos;otton-- Middling ...................... 5 1-4 JOB WORK AT THE I-EPUBLICAN. The B(,ard of Supervisors meets next Monday. Winter has again made its appear- ance, Thursday being a very cold day. A full line of black and fancy wors- ted at, Rothschild's. Mrs. M. Jacobv returned Monday front New Orleans where she has been fora month's visi| to relatives. 500 paws of all wool pants at $1.50, 1.75 and 2.00. Worth double. At Rothschdds. Farm work is progressing slowly and but lit,tie work has been done as yet. This is due no doubt to the heavy rains which have fallen. An elegent line of men's and boys  clothing at C. Schaefer's. The wife of Mr. A. A. Wilson arriv- ed in our town on last Monday, We gladly welcome Mr. and Mrs. Wilson to onr town as permanent residents. Kid gloves worth 1.50 for 1.00. The we have ever sold for the money. . Schaefer. The first days of January, February and March have given us all the c,ld weather we have had. It is not likely that the prospect for fruit has been Injured much thus far. Our mails still conLieue t() arrive late owing to the delay at Bayou Sara occasioned by the work on the track. Thnrsday evening the train did not arrive untll about, 8 o'clock. Cabbage plants now read)" to set Out For sale by Mrs. S G. Stern, MAREIED:--Monday morning Feb. at the residen?e nf Mrs. E. W. by Rev. Crisler, Mr. I. T. Scott of Zane,ville, Ohio and Miss Emma Burr of Whitaker. Miss. Several prominenttlcials of the Y. &M.V.R.R..wereiutwn on Wed- nesdav evening. They came for the purpose uf consulting the manage- ]aent of the Woodville Ginning Co. Plush caps and Misses |aekets at {2. Schaefer's. Men's and boy's golf caps in wool and velveteens for 25 cents at Rot hschild's. The cheerful blackbird is with us. comes with unvarying regularity about this time of the year. remind- the wide awake farmer that it is high time that he was planting his early corn. First class bric;for sale by A. F. Benedict. Mr. It.' W, Turner left Friday after :Un for Natchez, having received a telegram from his brother-in-law to come at once. No doubt, Mr. Turner has been offered a position which we trust will be a lucrative one. It you wan first class photo- graphs of 3'our house, family or baby call on White & Wclscher. On next wednesday:evening Asylum Iglge No 63 ill hold a special corn and among the business transacted, approved the assessment roll of the Corporation. They have ordered same to be open for inspection to the public until Monday, March 7th 1898 at the Clerk's office. A cold weather snap t A good heavy double 10 x 4 blanket for 65 cents at Rothschilds. Rev. B. Woblberg,:again--- delivered another of hI eloquent and learned lectures at the College Thursday night. The address was very much appreciated by the audience. We re- gret that the people of our town do not take more interest in these lec tures which are delivered monthly, as they are intellectual treats and much information is to be gained at each and every ane. Several transactions it real estate were made duri ng this week and prop- erties changed ownership. Mr. C. A. Wood sold his residence opposite the Public School to his brother Mr. A. Wood, while the former purchased from Mr. Gee. Adams the residence formerly occupied by Mr, Turner. Mr Woods will repair and put hi new home in first class order In the near future. John Watt ---- -Esq.,: and Miss Edna Conner of Cincinnati were married in New Orleans on Wednesday. The Times.Democrat is noticing the mar- riage at some length, which we regret our space does not permit us to repro- duce here, says: "Love found a way yesterday. Mr. John Watt of New Orleans and Miss Edna Conner of Cincinnati, who was visiting some friends here, quietly. tooUatrip to Trinity Church, and when they returned they were man and wife."-" The many friends of Mr. Watt in this community, where he grew to manhood, will wish all possible hap- piness to him and his fair bride. May the)' live long and may the "old folks" forgive them early. Notwithstanding the advance in woolens our stock of clothing is being offered at extremely low prices at Rotbschild's. Itardly but once in a lifetime en a writer be as badly treated as we were In tbe lastlssue of our paper by a compositor. The cause of our cam- plaint aud: our wail of woe, comes from the bungling and conglomera- tion of errors contained in our art, lcle of hlst week on the visit of our mem- bers of Hope Lodge No. 76 to Bayou Sara Lodge No. 15. Never but once in a lifetime, we have already said, can such a poorly comprised article appear in print, for the wrath of the Gods would at once fall upon the in- stigatoruf so vile an outrage and annihilate him immediately. If per- chance the Gods failed to perform Lheir work faithfully, the writer would, The proof sheets when placed upon the hool after correction, had more the appearance of ancient :hlero- gtyphics than those of modern times. Yet in spite o[ this not ohe word or line was corrected before the matter was put In the form. If our kindly disposed public will pardon us this .ion for the purpose of conferr- the, Mason Degree upon Centreville, Miss. Jan,22, I898. ].: Rothschild. A good,attendance is Mrt. B. E ESKRIDGE, earnestly requested. Agt Uapital City Oil Works. time we will promise that the like shall never again occur, for we have called in the services of the Devil who will hereafter guard the proof hooks with a careful, watchful eye. The cause of our downfall was the illness of our competent foreman, Mr. Robt. Lewis. Family groups taken at your own imme, io or out of town by Yhite & Welscher. The wet season is upon us and waterproof garments 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 Rothschilds. Read what prominent planters of you,c,,unty say about CAPITAL CITY ERTILIZER : Baton Rouge, La. My dear Sir:--I think you are en- titled to some testimonial from me in behalf of the most excellent Cotton and Coru Fertilizer compounded by the Capitol City Oil Work. and sold to me tiwough your efforts this past year" It is ,tot too much for ,me to say, *,hat aft..r an experience with commercial fertilizers for more than 20 years, I have never used one that has given me as good satisfaction as has yours this past year. Notwith- standing my plantatmn was visited by a disastrous hail storm iu May, and two cloud bursts in June and July respectively. I made the largest cr3p of cotto, that I have ever made and plenty of corn to run my place hie & Welsci|cr have erected and 1 used your fertilizer exclusively. their tent in the Court House yard, As long as ou keep it up to its pres- here tim3 will be pleased to see en, high sndard, your customers will get full value received for their money. Yours truly, etc ANn. A. REDHEAD. After the use of the above fertilizer the past year, I am prepared tn en- dorse all that my neighbor and friend Mr. Redhead has said about it. F. E. WHITE. For White Bros. Centreville. Miss Jan 10, I898, MR. B. E ESKaIDGE, Agt., Capital City Oil Mill Co. Baton Rouge, La. Dear ir :--I can highly recommend your Capital City Fertilizer to any one who wishes a first class article iu every respect. I used it ahnost:cx- elusively last season, and found it gave as good, if not a little better re- suits titan olher first grade goods used along side of it. Others who ordered with me speak well of it. 1 think it coams tidy lup to you,ctalms for it. . Yours truly, W. B. Maa. (Jutton receipts at this place have aken asudden drop and during tim trust week but, very litLle of the fltecy has teen offered for sale. We that there yet remains consld- cotton in the county to be sold. Mr. A. H. Sandman is having his ::leesdence improved by the addition of lleveral rvotus and a back gallery. The ::orkis being done by Mr. Ann. Ash and whn completed will add much to me of the house. PHOTOGR API!ERS. their many patrons ahd friends. Mr. S. R. Walker has opened a com- mission and brokerage business and can now be found at his office in the building. Mr, Walker has several good lines and there is no reason wh he should not make a stress lo his new field. Mrs. Edw Aaron and daughter Fan- n!e returned home last Tuesday from all extended yisit to bhe Cresceut City Where Mrs. Aaron had been under the treatment, of a noted specialist,. We re glad to learn that her health has been uch improved by her trip. Have an early garden. Best Ta- ct oat,tinge plants for sale by S. G. Stern have .1 ust receiyed from a markot an etegent line of Iress goods arid full line of . Schaefvr.+ heavy substant;a[ shoe. Cost to make $1 95. our price $1. Ask for them at Rothschilds. 200 pieces of o g, all styles and shades, from 5 to I0 cents at Rot hschilds. I have the famous Pratts' Stock Feed for sale. Just the thing for poor, unconditioned stock. Gee J. Adams. 10,00C cabbage plants for sale by Mrs. S. G. Stern. Our reputation -for buying good clothing has been established too long to do much blowing about. We only name a few items: Child's suits 90 cents, Boys' suits $2, Men's suits $2.50, all good wearers and will satisfy you. At Rothschilds. If Abraham Lincoln had' no been John killed by the d aggel of 'Nilk s Bfoth he might have been living to- (lay, at the age of 89 )'ears. Ite w:,s born in tie same year as Glad stone, who still remains to play a a part in the advancement of the race Had Lincoln lived until now, whn can doubt that this nation would he infinitely richer in km)wl- edge of wise government and of t[+e large gospel of human kindness hy his words and his example?--Chi- cage Reord Well, that would largely depend upon the retention of his p,litical influence, and it is by no means cer tain that if he were living today he might not be laid on the simlf,!regar- ded as a "has been" in fact. Lincoln would not suit the Republicans of the present, by a long shot. He would not favor pension robbery, tariff robbery nor cowardly hesita- hen in dealing with the prcssit)g question of the currency. In short, he could no more hold with tim pres+ ent leaders of the Rel)ublican party titan Jackson or Tihten eoutd with the present leaders of the Demo- cratic party. The standard of mor alsanduf leadership in both the great political organizations has been lowered too far to suit ohl- fashioned nonces of statesmenship and patriotism.--Memphis S,dmitar. Rev. Sam Jones, it seems, has withdrawn as a candidate for governor of Georgia, but not un- til he published a platform that is mighty good reading. JUST RECEIVED. Loaded shells in all sizes and loads at, Gee. J. Adams. New Advertisements. FOR SALE. --Improved Chufas the best known hog feed, no pest. lU cts quart,, 75cts peck, delivered in Woodville. Send orders to Hiram. Miss. ()HAS. F. A. KELLOGG. 3 54w. P. H, WIIITE. W.S. WItITE. White Grocery COs, #lAIN 8TR. Under Masonic Hall. DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Groceries, Candy, Cakes, Fruitsof all kin0s, Tobacco and Cigars. Best Extracts io town. Feb 1298 ly. S. MARAN O, --DEALEI IN-- CHozezST Frtfits, Oysters, Nnts of all kinds, and Fresh Family Gro  ceries. Receives daily Fincy Can Z,, dy of all kiuds. Maccaroni cook-] ed iu the best style, from 9 A. M.." to 8 P. . " [ Main St. Opposite Baum St Dampf. I ,. : - "- :- '-"' Feb 12 98 ly. WALSH & WILSON, '4 CONTRACTORS OF I BRICK { CEfflENT Estimates Furnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Orders with Wettlln & Hlckey or Ben Brow n's. Brber Shop. Dec 18 972m. FOR RENT. The W. L. Hays Place, about I05 acres, 6) acres in cultivation ; situated about 7 miles west of Woodville, Te Caesar Gillespie Place. about 280 acres, 60 acres in cultivation. It is situated about 5 miles from F.rt Adams. For particulars apply to EDWARD AARON. Dec. 18, '97-tf FOR $ALE. The houseand lot in Woodville, south west of the public square known as the Susan Scott lint adjoining lot )f Dr L W Magruder apply to. H S VAN E,ieros ii 20 1897 if. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting on Simrall and Schae- fer places is strictly [ohibite4;uuder penalty of the law. 11 20 97 ft. TRE$ pA +NO'FICE. All hunting o my.. pZaoe is strictly )rohibtted :uader penaltyof-the -law. MRs E....JO0. L120 97 if.. TI-IE 6EM SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITH A FULL STOCK OF : : Ptyt0000 "F. IQ'U" --o SUCH AS----o OLD ,MO2dOPOLE RYE, P URITA.5"  YE, FRE2dCH BRd2FD Y, WI2FES, ETC, Choice Stock of FINE CIGARS Always on Hand; lThose is need of PURE LIQUORS for medical p- poses will do welt to cil, and ex-amie nay stock-. A. S. JOHNSON. HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS, The attention o[ p|antet:s and others is ealleJ to our toek of Hardware and Agricultural Iml)le- -, merits, of hich we at all times carry in sufficient quantitws to suit the demands of our trade, and at prices as low as they can bc sold. We especially call 3'our attention to the Chattanooga Chilled Plow, for which we are the exclusive agents. These plows are of i,nproved desigu and superior finish, made of selected material, and combine many original points of excellence not found in other plows,besides the best features of other leading chilled plows. We' + really believe then. to be the best plow sohl in ths 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 REr'.IND YOUR MONnY. We are in position to at all times quote you "'. . ' I ] , .+.- .... . L' I ....... I very low prices on Saddles, Collie's, Bridles, Whzps "+ Carriages, Wagons, Barbed Wire, Stove and every thing pertaining to Saddlery, llarness, Heavy Hard- ware, Vehicles and mplemeuts. We espeemlly solicit your trade in these lines,. believing we will be able to give you satisfaction, to say the least. C. S C H A E F E R- I00TO THI00 PUBLIC , ' , C KANN. Stenv,eaas forrnerly sold at 50e now --DEALER IN-- V,e+., aooe, 0. ORUGS and .MEOlClNES CHFMIC00tS  Black Brocades '; " " 5oe " Public School Books (1,11,. = ItS+ '1 eels etc, at the same cztt. rill wool che- p Stationery. Painters Supplies, Cuttlery. Eurni/ [ vots sits formerly $7.50 now $. Part l i@ Hardware, ltLminatin2 Otis, Iff Garaen eea 6e. fLP .. Phvslcians prcriptlons carefully compoundU, and orders correctly r.wet its $Z.50. I c'ck?ele?t'<AY? i';' grat care andwa"ra"tecl aS=P ?enta+ Yours Truly, ! . A. McLAI, W t. S. VENR'rE,'S f * "" ""'' '" . z McLAIN & VENTRESS, l Bramlett & Tu0ker. I Martin Rothsch//d& Bee. 000000WOODVILLE,. O]O]OP|. MISS,II 'l tOl!F ll[V OODVILLE,j. II. hilIIIlOl'I t iI, llijONES.Miss. Office in McGeimebuilding. Office in MGhee Building, Corn .....  merci,d Row. - _,- . DR. C S. HAMILT0 , I: " ,_-"-..s-  -. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. To Graduates of Haaris' Practical Business College, Sehnol of Short Hanoi, Telegraphy. etc.. Jackson Mississippi. We have bought the Wayatt Col- leges here and at Meridian, but have closed out the one at Meridian, and prepared to 'ive students the very best business training to be had fAy- where. Catalogue sent n applica- tion. . J. HARRIS, President, Jackson, Miss. Sept. ll, 1897-tf , NOTICE, I haye just received and will keep constantly on hand a full supplyor COl:FINS and t'ASKETS, of all St lee. which I will soil at rea son able prices. Sh(,p opposite W. C. Bonnys res- idence. TileS. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf t MORE PUSH, MgRE ENTERPRISE. MORE INFLUENCE. 4" MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. MORE SPECIAL FEATURES. o The Times-mocrat, NEW ORLEAN LA. , rMORE NEWS. "I'MORE STORI S. ][+ %,='+ ,o,+ ,+,..+ o-. T ....=.oo.,. tt " Snbscrlbe for It if you wnt i  to keep up with eurrent_.l,. T events at-home and abroad- 3" IDally and Sunday, per yelr.$12 00 i .:: =;;;>  SAMPLE COPIES FREE. 4" ++ .= ,=s-.-..oc., *:1: + ++ ..,, o,,-=,,,-. ++ ELECTRIG BELT FREE. To introduce it and obtain agents the un- dersigned fir,ii will give away a few of their . GP, I, tllarl F, lectrie Belts invented by PrOf. Van dr Wvd, . Pres, of, the New York Ele'- trlcal Socie'y (U S Patent 2.57.647) a poitivo cureftr nervous Debl'HtY, Rhoumaflsh. loss D,,o- &,-. Addro 1,., o')ce Eleetrl Axocy P. O, Box 1874, Nc; York.N. Y i .., , ,11 OUGKO00LOOK CIVEN AWAY FREE+. With every FIFTY Cents expended.with me, wheth- er in purchasing or repair- ing, will entitle purchaser o a guess as t the num- ber (if beans in jar 'which ] have prepared. The one guessing the nearest to amount (if beans in said jar will win the Cuckoo, Clock. Contest to close on ]od/'; JLIL 'tE,1898. Remember my prices remain the lowest. JOSEPH SARPHIE, The Jeweler, Ol ICE. The public are hereby notified that Hunting is prohibited on the Sur- ettc Elmwond, Belleview and Gor- don Plantations. All h)rmer permits are hereby re* yoked. CHAS. COHEN. Nov. 20, 1897-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. ! IIunting or otherwise trespassing on the McManus, Farisb and Bowling Green places is strictly prohibited un'- der penalty of the law. All former permissions revoked. R. M. McGEHEE. J. H. PENDLETON. Rept, 4'; 1896-tf IO YEARI' - OIIIIIQNt " "Irll'i- OOPYRIONTt &t I88. WoODVILLE, Office at Sehlesmge" ouse. April 18, :95 ly DR. CHAS. E CTCttINGS IIITIIIltll ,00I1131100IIIIII, WOODVhLE : : : : Miss. Office in Adams Drug Store. July 14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. MAGRUDER, Physician Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office at residence Arril 7, ,88 1. DR C. C.flROSS. Dental Surgeon, WODDVILLE, MI88. Ofltee up stairs over the Posttffice. A. 0. SHANNON, ,t0000rne I ull110unsel0r hw WOODVILLE, MISS. Will pract-+e in all State and United 8totes oourte in this State Real estate bought cud , ld on eom mission. Office ou (-mm,:,rcia{ Row. - H.s. zAz000. Ofioe up-stairs iu the Odd Fel.ow, Building. DI JOHN F. THERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS, Office on Mare St. at his o, Stand JOHN00 A, LOWRY, FUNERAL 3IRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and %Vood- eu Coffins always on hand at Wood- ville, Miss., Main St, Trespass Notice. All persons found hut or otherwise trespassing namwood plantation al sontit of Woodvillc outed to the full extent All persons found hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassilg on the Bur planiation about 3 miles will be prose of the law. A strict watch will be kept oo sam( plantation for trespassers. L '. ]|AGRVDER 00tt:my I:md:r h+, WOODVILLE, MISS Office above the 1epub|ican Ofltee. ]E 0 --DEAl_Ell IN-- Family and Fancy Groceries Confec honerics. Oysters. Tropical Fruit o al kinds, Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Soap + Starch, Raisins, Nua ,,f all kinds Canned Fruit and Fish. &e. Fine brand chewing Tobacco. Fresh Bread every day. :New sup + )lies arriving daily. March 21. 1896-y TRESPASS O TICts. All huntin and trespassing on Retrt at and l)ameron places is stxicty" )rohibited, under penalty of the law, + MASON t)W DEN. Oct, 9th '97.--if. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, tisbing or otherw|so on Glen Burnm plantatior + s strictly prohibited onder.penalty ot he law. All former permissions re-" yoked. Go. T. McGEIE'. TRESPASS NOTICE. Any person eaoght bunting, flsilin or otherwise trespassing Oil |lie IrasiO Collins or Ohl Lewis places will b )roseented to the full extent of ti + aw. Ali former permissions revok ed. F.D. Lwls. d. tl. Sd,VDMd, uccessor to EsT SAL00Olt South-Wet Corner of Public Squll- I have always on hand a sutet'/Ot - article of 7: Whi=key, ,Oi00 THE BE.'T BINDS O1 COARS. Domestic and Importf. :anc Liqu,,rs. Vermtmt h, Cordials. et Bottled and Keg Beer, Lemons, an + Io tlway oil llllnet. My friends and cu.tomers will alwal i" flid LlC rcad to do b,,slnea. A, H. ADMAh_ Mareh 12. 92,