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,r I Saturday,- March 12. k65 cents at Rothschilds. i the grouna. They send no roots If ou doe not-hi"nk our town is d,,wn or around in the ground like Y , b Jollrnal of the Cor- steadily improving, try to engage the i e.coa, and as they are an annual will services era carpenter just at this, die out if not cultivated, in a few of Woodville. :time and you will be surp,&apos;ised tOyears, consequently they are in no 31eAnnouncementsf marria- know that everyonc of them are en-i gaged in improvements, and these ira- and deaths will L)e pubhshed provemcntsareofa very substauial charge, kind. Stlbs(:viltiolt per alllttltn. Phmh caps and Misses |ackets at ....................... $1 50 C. Schaefer's. _ S herwise .................. $2 00 Work on the farm has again been MARKET delayed on account of the falling weather. The delay, while it= does ew Orlears, Mar, 10, 1898. not at this moment amount lo much ton 5 may mean a curtailment of thecorn June .................. 5.73 croDfor this year, for itlsawcll con- ,, October .............. 5.78 ceded fact: that if any crop is neglec ted it will be corn. We would impress WEATHER AND CROPS. upon our readers the necessity of pre- was a rainy day and Friday paringthemseh'es against the dang- prospects ft,r rain are good. Corn Lting has been much interruptea ers of a short food crop and wuld ad- this sort of weather. Ordinarily vise them by all me,ms and at the oft,he corn would have been hazard of all other crops to plato but our people are way t:e- plenty of corn. this season. It is more impel ,===: nt to this county to raise a large crop this year than cottnn. By a special act passed at the recent are doing beap tifully where session ofLhelegislature, our County have been properl5 attended to. Treasurer bought in at 106 outstand :re d ugly mild winter has al- all kinds of garden truck t( ing bridge bonds to amount of $2000. Nothing can speak louder for the fine Ight alnng, financial condition of nur County than sense a pest. I had st)re, pigs that were so poor that I could not give them away, t)ut ,hose that lived until the clmfasyere ripe (1think in Sept.) when turned on improved wonderfully, and are now fine] shoals. I have one patch yet ungathered, and they are assonnd and[uice as in last Sept. I think if the bunches were pulled and puml)ed like sweet potatoes, they would keep without sprouUag until mid summer to tide over that trying period for hogs. The tops if cut cure easily and make very good hay The nuts have a rich creamy taste resembhng the cocoanut and many think far superior to the pin- der for eating when partly dry Poultry of all kinds are very fond ,ff them and do extremely well, and the), like hogs, can gather them themse:ves, the exercise ihelpi,g it, Keel) them in good lmalth. 10 to 12 seems to have conic. JOB WORK ATtTHE IfEPUBLICAN. A full line of black and fancy wors Pal at, Rothschild's. Nature is clotbing herself iu green nd the song of the birds can now be eard. _ _. _ 'TheBnard of Supervisors were in essio: Monday aud Tuesday of tiffs reek. See :proceceings in another nn, this. The bends when issued brought quarts will plant an acre and if very 100and while they only bear 6 per Idry should be soaked from two to r s he c(uld not he cent inte est, 1 y ] fi 'o  v CltAS. F. A. KELLOGG. boughlmck for less than106, The,el"'i,'i;'s Since writing the above we vet remains to be redeetnccl oir Lnls " are not willing to part with them un-] chufas witit unexl)eetediv saU.fac- less at, a good profit. ] tory results. One memi)er of th We had the pleasure the flrt of the]familY not Knowing of the change week of meeting Mr William R. lt;ald|tiiought it good real coffee. of Chicago. Mr. Headuntii recert y C.F. A K. was connected with the Illinois Cen- ,,+- ........ 500 pairs of all wool pants at tral and had3 been for thirty ),ears. 1.50, 1.75 and 2.00. Vorth lie is engaged at present in writing At Rothschflds up the history of that great road and its connections. Mr. [lead would like tfew days the train willcomcin re, learn the names of the first board time asthe work of raising the of directors of the West Feliciana at Bayou Sara is nearly done. railroad, and the facts as to time and _-----= - circumslances of the destruction ()f he elegent line of men's and boys' he railroad shops, etc., by tle Fed- at, C. Schaefer's. erals. Any informalion furnished us tothevcry inclementweath- on these points will be gladly received on Monday, very few people were and duly communicated to Mr. Head. town toattend t, he monthly meet- of the Board ,,f Supervisors. gloves worth 1.50 for 1.00. The we have ever sold for the money. barfer. Our merchants are receiving daily Read what prominent planters of your c ,unty say about CAPITAL CITY FERTILIZER ; Centrcville, Miss. Jan,22, I898. M, B. E ESKRIDGE, Agt Capital City Oil Works, Baton Rouge, La. My dear Sir:--I think you are on- stocks of spring and summer titled to some testimonial from the iu l,ds and their stores look bright and behalf of the most excellent Cotton and Corn Fertilizer compounded by active. - - =_: the Capitol City Oil Work, and seal We learnthat3(r. R. W. Turner, to me through your efforts tlds past lassecured apositisn with L. &A year" It is not too much for,sneto wholesale dealers in liquor% say, that aft,r an experience with etc., of St. Louis. We wish Bob suc- commercial fertilizers for more than 20 I have never used one that Cess in his new field.' has given me as good satisfaction a :==-'-=: has yours this past year. Notwith- Cahhage plants now ready to set stanlingmy plan,atton was wsited F-r sale bv Mrs. ,S G. Stern, by a disastrous hail storm iu May. _... aud two eloud bursts iu .lune an,I Notwit, hstanding the advance n Julyresneetively. I made the largest lens our stock of clothing is being cr)p of cotton that1 have ever made plenty of'corn to run mv place at extremely low prices at, Rothschild's./ .nd I used yo,.tr fertilizer excltsively =_.= ,. As long as you keep it uD to its pres- Askating rinklms been openedat, euthigh standard, your customers Masonic fiall by several of our will get full value received for their t, erprising young men and the lovers money. Yours truly, etc JNo. A REDIIEAD sport '.spent a very pleasant, After ths use of the ah ,ve fertilizer "on wheels last Wednesday the past "rear, I am prepared to en- evening; doric all that my neighbor and friend - :== : - Mr. Redhead has said about it. The balmy spring weather has caus- F.E. WroTE. For White Bros. a large number of stored away Centreville. Miss Jan 10, I898. i bicycles to again make their appear- ance on our streets and the usual early MR. B. E ESKRIDGE, Agt., rides will no doubt soon be Capital City Oil Mill Co. Baton Rouge, La. ed in. Dear Sir:--I can highly recommend :: - your Capital Cit Fertilizer to any 1000 pairs of mens shoes all s'ze congress and lace, a good h,avysubstantid shoe. Costto make $1 95. ,mr price $1. Ask fer them at Rothschilds. 200 pieces of outing, all styles and shades, from 5 to l0 cents al Rothschild's. 1 have the famous Pratts' Stock Feed for sale. .lut the thing for I)o<)r, unconditioned stock. Gee J. Adams. 10,00C cal)bagc plants for Sale by rs. S. G. Stern. Our reputation for buy(rig good clothing has been established too hmg to do much bh)wing ,d)out. We only name a few items: Chiht's suits 90 cents, Boys' suits$2., Men's suits $'2.50, al good wearers and will satisfy you. At Rothschild. i New &dvertisements. NOTICE. The taxes of the Corporation of Woodville for the year 1898 are now due and must be paid by April 1st. W. C. MILLER. Mayor & Tax Col, 3 12 1898 lw. Pasture for horses and cattle, fine TI-IE SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : plyp0000-1 J_00IQU oSUCIt ASo OLD JTOWOPOLE R FE, P URIT00W RYE, FREWCH BRdWD F, WIWES, ETC, Choice Stock of FINE CIGARS Always on Hand: Those is need of PURE LIQUOILS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examine my sock. A. S. JOHNSON. ' dt one half price.  ii Dre.s. s Goods " " " 20e " 10. 'f tfenriettas formerly sold at 50e now 25. t " "50 ,' ,Ill TVoolens, seeh as Blanets, Flan- nels etc, at the same et. rill wool che- t rots sz, its for,:erly #7.0"0 now $. Part I woo[ cassime e szdts fo merly $5. now 2.5o. Yours Truly, Martin Rein 00chi/d & Bro, Men's and boy's golf caps in wool one wh') wishes a first class article it, witnesses to prove his continuous res president, Jackson, Miss. idence upon and cultivation of said $,nd velveteeus for 25 cents at every respect. I used it ahnost ex- . , , Sept. 11, 1897-tf Rothsehild's. elusively last season, and found it land VlZ* '[lmtnas W Lavm, Wiley gave as good, if not a little better re- Cavin, John Davidson and Janms  :NOTICE, First class brick for sale t)y A.r. stilts than otlmr first grade goods Vines all of Darriugton, Miss. nsed along sale of it. Others wit() ,laMas HILL Register. I have just received and will keel) " I 8 12 1898 6w. constantly on hand a full supplyo Benedict. ordered with me speak well of it. :, _-: think it comes tidy lup to your claims Asylurn Lodge No. 63 F. & A. M., for it. Yours truly held a special communication on last W.B. ),IERCIER. Wednesday night and conferred Lh- : = -: Masters Degree upon Mr. 1. tolh- HIRAM, MISS., March 7th '98 hild. The work, as done by the new MR. EDITOR :--Apprecial,g the of offiiers was creditahlc. grass ruuning water, apply to, MRS. M. McMANus. 3 12 98 4w. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -- ..... I OUOKOO OLOOK La,nl Offi(.e at Jackson. Mss, Mar. POSITIONS GITAIiANTIED. 9th 1898. To Graduates of Iiaaris' Practical i Notice is hereby given that the fol- Business College, School of Short I lowing uaa,ed settler ,,as filed l, otice ,-,altO., Telegraphy. etc., dacKson ,CIVEN AWAY of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said Mississippi. proof will be made before the Circuit We have bought the Wa,'att Ool- qerk of Wilkinson Uounty at Wood- leges here and at Meridian, but have ville, Miss, on April 23rd 1898. viz: closed Grit tim one 'at Meridian, attd R jefferson D. Mctcalfe tI. E. Nu. prepared t ive students the v"rY F E El best business training to be had .ay- 23,908 f**r the e ) ne  sec 26, t 4 n r 1 west. tie names the foll-ing wimre. Catalogue sent on applica- tion N.J. HARRIS, FOR, SALE. --Improved Chufa' the best known hog feed, m) pest. 11 cts quart, 75cts peck, delivered ii Woudville. Set,d orders t(, lliram. Miss. (bias. F. A. KELLOGG. 3 54w. P. II, WII[TE. W.S. WLtITE. COi,'FINS and CASKETS, of allSt>les, which I will sell at rea- s(,,,able prices. Shop opposite W. C. Bonnys res- idence. T l IOS. ROLAND. Aug 21, 1897-tf MORE PUSH. MRE ENTERPRISE. MORE INFLUENCE. MORE PROGRESSIVENESS. MORE SPECIAL FEATURES. TheTtmes-I)mocrat, NEW ORLEANS, LA. )RE NEWS. 4,1 k 4, )RE STORIES. 4* MORE INFORMATION. 4, . ILLUSTRATIONS. 4,4MORE ADVERTISEMENTS. 4"i ' THE MOST WIDELY CIR- CULATED N:%VSPAPEH 4, 4, IN q['l-IE SOUTH. 1': Subscribe for It if you want4,: 14, to keep up with current @ events at home and abroad. ',Dally and Sunday, per yesr.$12 001 Senti-Weekly, per year ...... 1.001 (Tuesday and Friday.) undays only. per year .... 2.00 5 SAMPLE COPIES FREE. " ," b' I, qllE TIMES-DEMOCRAT, '  "14 New Orlean., ]ha. b' I" ":+4,4,4,++'+4,++ [i;' @@44@4,-@@4,4,@@4,4,* ELEC'TRrC BELT FREE. To introduce It :tad obtnln agOIltS the un- d.arstned fir tee away a few of their in vented te New a eurefor nervOUS Delfl[lty, Rheum 41 of Power, &c. Address at once nuts will come up and what arc left hof ehxTg .as. . Agoucy p.o; Box t84, Now York. N. f, m With every FIFTY Cents expended with me, wheth- er iu purchasing or repair- ling, will entatle purchaser to a guess as to the num- berofbeans in jar which I have prepared. The one guessing the nearest to amount nf beans in said jar will win the Cucko'J Clock. Cont es[+ Lo close ou Tqoday, JULY 4-tk, 1898 iL'Remember my prices remain the lowest. JOSEPII SARPItIE, The Jeweler, NO FICE. The public are hereby notified that [h,nlm is prohibited on the Sur- Elmwood, J3elleview and G-or- don l>lantaLions. All former ,permits are hereby re voked. CHtS. COHEN. Nov. 20, 1897-tf TRESPASS NOTICE. IIunting or otherwise trespassing on the McManus, Farish and Bowliug Green places s strictly proiflbited u u- der penMty of the law. All former permissions revoked. R. M. MeGEIIEE. J .' It. PENDLE'ION. Sept. 4, 1896-tf FOR ALE. , The house and lot in %Voo:lville,, onth west of the public square known as the Susan S(.,)tt ,lot a,ljoining lot of DrL WMagruder applylo H S VA EAaON. 11 20 1897 tf. I'RESPASS NOTICE. All hunting on Si,nrall and Schae- fer places is strictly prohibited uud,t penalty 'M the law. L. W. MA,aVDF, r. 11 20 9.,7 if. ____._._....._--.--2 ,,uery : Why will suffer , I: dicsticn ",+hen "BLAOK- DRAUb!T" cure them ? ..=: intlmrtauce of same line of agrieul- Mr. E. T. Hart ors Dolornso spen, rural pr,,ducLIon to take lhe place ,,f White Gr0aery G0., in our town. IIe reports the cotton which is yearly being raised to the Metropolis as be- Under Masonic Hall. in a very had condition aud sadly at less, and still less profi  I thought MAIN STREET. In need-of work, a portion of the road perhaps iL would not be oul of place --DEALERS IN having had no overseer since ovem- togive mt experience with Churns Faney and Staple Groceries, Candy as a crop for cheap rmsiug and fat- Cakes, Fruits of all kinds, Tobacco Have an early garden. Best va- teaing of the h<,g. . audCigars. Best Extracts in town Dr Galen Wilson an agricultural Feb 12981y. of cabbage plants for sale by writer iu Home & Farm vim itas ia-.ri::.rY'.i:i.: - MIa. S. G. Stern. _ :==: done the South great good in ,"'", $. MARANTO, We have lust receiyed from a ways hy his writings, wonders why ;rn market an elegent line of lcs dress goods and full line of il is that the Southern Planter, pro- --DEALER IN-- as. C. Schaefer. veri,ialv inttlligent, will be satisfied CnomFST Fruits, Oysters, Nut - :== = -=: to fad, lea h,)gs on corn, when an- of all kinds, and Fresh Fan,ily Gro ,eeries. ]{eceives daily Fancy Uan Among the commercial evangelists visit our town during the past week oLher cr,,l,, with ten times the vahle dvofall kind. Maccaronicook- Mr. Shropshire, who some sx of corn for the purpose, can be e('l it) the best style, from 9 A. M.! !ears ago made regular visits to our found in the Churns. The Churns 4o 8 P... I:in St. Opposite Baum & Dampf. town. He received a cordial welcome should be planted when the ground - ,:'?=,.=9,74--=:: his visit, by bis many friends, gets warm enough cud cultivated Feb 12 98 ly. :;= ..... & WILSOR MessrsSmith Bros. contractors and nearly thesame as the pinder.. 1 'WALSH bullders havebeen ,employed by Mr. planted Lhree and one-imlf feet by I Ed Aaron to make extensive improve- eTghteen .inches, with a resulting -IICONTRACTORS OFlt--- men+s on the City Ilotel, and erect a yield of over 400 hushels per acre, ;cot,rage on the north s,de of the hotel but I tlfiuk they will do just as .'ell BI:{ICI{  CEMEI%IT f,r the accommodation of boarders, if planted eighteen inches each way, "* W O R K" 4@ The wet season is upon us and and the yield be increased aceordiug Estimates Furnished lroofgarlnents are what is to the greater number of hills. One Patronage Solicited. n.eded. Ask to see our Mackin- 3r two nus is enough for a hill, they :toshes from 2.50 to 5.00, sold ,ith "*,Vettltn & Hickey or Ben Brown's, Barber Shop. elsewhere from 4.00 to 9.00. send up one blade first ud lhen Leave Orders Rothschilds. multiply hy sending tip many [)lades De(=' 18972m. :====: nearthe first, and f,r every blade TRESi'ASS NOTICE. An exchange menLhms asnotewor- 0tee is a Chufa. They will grow cn All huuqng on ntv pheeis stricth She fact that two hogs had beeu anyland, but the rmher the soil the ,)rohibted uudvr penalty of the law. tiled in its county which together more churns. 're harvest stml)ly MRs E. W. JooR. 'weighed over 800 pounds. Mr. R.E. .. ., tf, , ,  i gainer rue :Ward of the Percys Creek neighbor-i "l'lsem tops in the hands and 11 20 97 , killed a hog which net- !pu t np and the most of Ahe .wmpackage oI"'BLACK'RAUGPIT, ' ::: / : i  :; !:7 i i  We have just re- ,i ceived our Spring line of 00adics" 00ress Goods, which are now sale at prices that : < i !! will fit the smallest purse. C. SCHAEFER- C KANN. DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMIC00Le00 Publm School Books Stationery, Painters Supplies, Cuttle y teze,ni.  it Hardware, Illuminating  tils, Garden eed 'e. Physicians pt%.criptions carefully com poundea, and orders correctly ":lall - -a,'rantea as representers, cck selected wv t grat care andw" . 8.9 -.y. F. A. McLMN W.P.S. VENRTESS D. O. BIt.&MLT'r, W. F, IM- McLAIN & VENTRESS, Bramlott & Tue0r, WOODVILLE, MISS, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office in MG-hee Building, Office in McGehee building. mereial Row. DR. C. S. HAMILTON, J.H. JONESI' 00ENTIST. 00ISS. Attorney C0unselct WoODVILL, WOODVIIzE, MIlL Ottlce at: Schles!nger rdouse. C April 18, :95 ly DR. eliAS. E. CATCIIINGS --PI?SI00IA00 IIIMI00IL q')ODV t t,l,E : : ; : ,[$S. Office iu Adams Drug Store. July 14, '94 ft. DR. L. W. MAGKUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS, Office at residence, Aln'il 7, .88 1 DR C. C.. CR08S. Dental Surgeon, WOODVILLE. MIS8. Office up stairs over the Postofllce. A. G. 8HANNON, ,t00bue00 hmehr kw WOODVILE, MISS. Will pr,ehe in all Stae and United ed. States oourts in this State Real estate bought and ", ld on eom mission. Office oa Cmmereiai Row __._.___----- a s. v ZATON. tthrne00 000mehr g t00w, Office up st, airs in the Odd ohows 3uiiding. DR. J01:[N F. TItERREL, Physician and Surgeon wOODVILLE, MISS, Office ou Main St. at his ,at Staud JOHR A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Ietalic and %Vood- en Coffins always on haud at Wob- viRe, Miss., Main St. Sm --DEALER IN--' I+ ann y and Fancy tmmries, ()ysters, Tro al kinds, Sugar, Starch, Raisins, :Nu,s tf 11 Canned Fruit and Fish, &. Fine brand chewing Tobacco, Fresh Bread every day. plies arriving daily. March '21, 1896-y TRESPASS NOTIC ,- All bunting and Rm real and Damernn p under penalty of the mAso'So' ,, Oct., 9th '97.--tf. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting,'fishlug or trespassing on Glen Burrer s strictly prohibited under he law. All tormer t yoked. Go. T. TRESPASS :NO, Any person caught or otherwise trespassing Collins or Old Lewis places prosecuted to tbe full aw. All former perm] F,I d, H. '- uccessor tO  BE00T South-West Cornet I have always ou " artiole of Brady , E sT vARrtt CIOABS, Domestic and: Tm I Fanc Liqu, .rs. Bottled and Keg Beer, Iec always on ham1. My {fiends and eusn llnd me rrady to do , AIt, +M',reh lfi. 99, Trespass Noliee. All persons ft)tlnd hunting, fihlng or otherv, ise tresl)assing on the Bur namwood l>[antation abtmt 3 miles south of Woodville will be prose cnted to the fnll extent of the law. A strictwatci will be kept on saint plantation for trespas.ers. I, W. MA(rtmr [mlera and v--u by ": / 7 +   ; . Cavtmt% and Tdl.M'ark , , eat busine*s cbnducttd fo ' Send mode! dmrge, Ouri ' A pAMPHLI[T, I+X'+ ( , Addre.a are pre,