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,i :cial Journal of the Cor- poration of Woodville. Simple Announcements of marria- Zes and deaths will be pubhshed without charge. llbs(;l, il,||Ol ! Iipr AiInlllll. Cash ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET. ew Orleans, Nov 12 1898. Middlin ................... 4 3-4cts JoB %%&apos;ORK AT TttE EPUBLICAN- __ -q.- Ig =: This section was visited by a very heavy rainfall on Wednesday evening. Mr. Bascom Fly, of Centreville, paid our town a welcome visit on Wedues- d ly. MessrsWebb and Eddie McGehee retJlrned to their home in New Or- leans on Wednesday. Our merchants continue to haul their cotton by wagons to Bayou Sara and bring freight, hack, / Mr .G(o. Martens, who has been working in aLehez for some time, returned home the early part of the week. v Mrs. , Richardson has aceeptcd her former p.sitinn as assistant pt)st sis- ires% and the same accnmmodal,ing se:yice can nnw be looked for. Mr. Martin Rothschild, after at'. ,ihsence of several days in New Or  leans, returned home Monday. IIe reports the city as being very dull. WANTED.--OId Confederate Stamps (m original enveh)pes or packages.-- ltightst prices paid for same. Apply at, BEN BROWN'S StloP. The eh:ction passed off very quietly on Tuesday and only a light vote was polled. The utlicial returns of the courtly will be found elsewhere. Messrs tl. M. Q,;: Otto Stutzman lind Talbe't, of CcnIreville, came over on 3hulday evening to attend the installation of officers of Hope Lodge. Mr. P. S. Johnson, of Jackson, La., was a visit,or to our town Wednesday. Mr. Johnson reports that his wife has fully recovered from her yellow fever at4 ack. M AltgID.--Ou o-.* Wednesday morning at the court house, Mr. Robt. Taylor and Miss Sussie pihnan 3f East Feli- eiana Par]sit Jusicc Lewis ofllciat- The Board of Sn0ervisors held their regular monthly meetingon Monday. A nl()ng eI her business transacted was the IsuJlv Of warrants t bhe quaran- tine guards whicl amounted to$500. FOI SALE ()it RENT. IIouse aud lot, on Sligo Street. Apply to GEO. J. ADAMS. bit. Frank Williams who is now l.eatcdin lIattiosburg, arrived here the first of thewcck to visit hisreht- lives and rriends. We are glad I:o kuow Frank is doing well Inhisnew lleld. The htdies of t.lte Presbyterian ehmch will giye a ',0elebritv Party', at, tile residence of Mrs. K. F. John- sou. Tuesday evening. November 22nd aL 8 o'(:lot:k. All who wish to spend a pleas:tnb ew,ning are cordially in- vited t) aN, end. Supper will be ser- ved a a reasonatde price. + Hope L,dge No. 76 K of P. held a lneetinM,,nday'nigit at which time n number of ne.wly elected oflieers were initialled hy Grand Chaueelhu. Q:in. After the in3talhition the visi- tors ttl(1 InOIUIKH' were royally enter Inhwd. The following arc the new ellicers to serve the unexpircd term: C. I,'. Z, dler. C. C., J. D. Morris, V. C. p. IIitlilh t, P.. Jo. Johllsort, M. O] W., W, V. M,,rris, M. of A., G. Kann, I. G. On W<.esda,:WZ..; after,, h.. ]"tin Louis (](trdm. cnlored, aeeom0an- led by two uf his children and driving t.womules t,f}a wag, m, left for his h+)me on the So, heeler place, two mih,s st uth-west of Woody]lie. When they arrivcdattheSimrall creek, it was high and runuingveryswitt. Gord,,m drf, ve in and the conseqnene.e was thai his oldest boy and one of hismtfles weredrownod, while Gordon andhi t)therchildmade a very narrow es- c,lpe. IP Ketches of Pike City. Cal , says: "Daring nly brother's late ickness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamlmrlaiu's Pain Bahn was theonlv rmedF that gave him any relief." Many others have teutified to the r,,lief rom pain which thi liniment affords. For sale bv G. Kann. The receipts tit cotton a5 this place appear t.o be very light but npon in- formation receh'ed from one of our largest shippersof eottnn, we learn that their re-eiws are larger than far the same timelast year. From tie rep rts now coming to us. we shotlld .fudge that, except In a few l,,caliLies. the crop in tills county will prove fully as large as last year, Reports fmlnother points indicate that con- siderable trouble is experienced in having the crop picked, but the same cannot be said of bhis chant+y, for we have heard of au complaints along that, line. I have nsed Smitb's Sure Kithmy Curo-al|d it has made a permanent cure. [ItS, WM. PL, RYEAR. Jonesboro. Ark. by pleased and the parish is satisfied th:,t they have an excellent rector. Set'- vices will be held at St. Paul's to- morrow at 11 a. m., and ill rile eve- ning. 1 was troubled with severe female weakness for over a year. and was confined to the bed for over six monttm. 1 was treated by six very heard of mifl's Sure Kidney Cure. and after using it for one nlonth] fiud myselfcnred, and even the doc- tor who last treated me uow pronoun- ces me well. Mfrs. J R. FAVER, Atlanta. 'Ga. Price 50 cents. For sale by Chas. R. Day. The following is the vote of Wilkin- son County at the election for Con- gressman to represent, this the 6th District: PRECINOTS.   , Woodville .............. 8 1C'1 5 3 Beaver Creek ........... 0 12 0 0 I)<megal ................ 0 7 0 0 "J'urnbull ................. 0 9 0 0 Fort Adams .............. 0 17 2 0 Old River ............... 0 0 0 0 Percy's Creek ............ 0 13 0 0 Pinekneyvi]le .......... 1 12 0 0 Whltest<)wn ............. 0 18 0 0 Oentreville ............... 0 50 0 1 Maced,nia ............... 0 33 0 0 Coou's Mill ............. 0 29 0 0 Cold Springs ............. 2 28 O 0 Dry Fork ................ 0 29 3 l Pery:own ............. 0 12 0 0 Roset, ta ................ 4 12 2 4 Total ............. 15 388 12 9 For Constitutional Amendment .... 179 Against " " ... 48 I was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years and last felt had a nlore severe cnutzh than ever before. I have ued many remedies withoutreceivin" much relief, and being recommeuded to try a bottle of Chamberlaiu's(ongh Iemedv. by a friend, who. kaowi,tg me to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried it, at((1 with the mostgratifving results. The first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle has absolutely cured me I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respect- fully. MRS. MARY A. BEARD, Clare- more, Ark. Sold hy G. Kann. llt : BriEbt's Disease and all kidney troubles easily cured by Sudth's Sure +1 Kidney (, u'e. I have been bleeding from the k|d- nevs for twelve months, and had _ot- ton so weal< I was confined to my bed. I was toht to trvSmith's Sure Kidney Cure. as it was chdmed to (li.solw stone in kidney. After I had taken half of l.he bottle the stone wa+ths- mflved a,d passed away. and iu two days [ was curedofthe bleeAinand conlnleuced to inlprove, I am now eutirely well Jom STOKES, Bartlett. Tenn. Price 50 cents. For sale by Chas. It. Day Rev. A T. Brown, l'eet<,r of st. LIQUOR LICENSE I'ETITI()N. [zlWlllllllll -- - Ii m i TFIE GEm SALOON I [m is NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS D I )Vi'rlI A FULL STOCK OF : : I o su0t,.s--o-- i less OLD 3OWOPOLE 2 FE, N t) UR I Td 3f 2 YE, _FRE,)VCH BRJIWD Y', WIJVES, ETC. Cho&e 8tack of FINE CIGARS Ahvays on Hand. Those is need of PURE LIQUORS for medical pur- poses will do well to call and examine my stock. A. S. JOHNSON. ''S " } Paul's, arrlvedou last Saturday, at'- S'PATE OF MISSI,:IPPI, companied by his wife, and cnnducted, WILKINSON COUNTY. services on Snnday. The co,grega-' To tim lInno"able Board of Super was large and every one was well visors ot Wilkinson County Missis- sippi: We the uudsrsigned residenis and legal voters ot the second supervisors (hstrict of said county attd state re- spectfully petition your lion. to grant to Jno J. Davis also a tleut thereof, a liceue to sell and re- t il Vinou.% Alcol,oiie, Malt i,]toxi cating and Spirituous liquors in quantitiesth,,n one gallon near the Fort Adams landing it, said District prominent physicians without any and werecomulend the said Juo. J. marked benefit" My last doctor was Davis to be of good reputation and a skilled specialist, and he told me a sober and a suitable person to receive the only hope lay in an 3peration. ] ueh liccuse and as in duty boumi etc. Respectfully, Daniel Webster Alexandcr, Johu Ilenr) Kelsh, Erucst Russ, Cyrus McNultv Stricker, Willie Lamar Stricker, Mayer Samuel. x,x lille xX pods Stuart, Perry Baker. New &dvertisements. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Duncan Stewart et al, vs, Penelope Sterling et el. By vimte of a decree in this cause rmdered by the Chancery . C.our.t of Wilkinson County Missississipp], at the May term i898 , I will on Monday the 5ql day of December 898 , at the south door of the Court House ifi Woodville Mississippi, between the hours of t o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m . sell at puhlic aucqon to the highest bidder for cash. according to law, the land in Wilkinson Cotinty, Mississippi and described as 35.73 acres S ptoofW  ofN E } section :,and WofSE  see;ion 2i 8i 5 acresad 4' acres iu W part of section z,, T I, R I E. Tiffs Nov. 5th t898. W. F. TUCKER, Special Commissioner. NOTICE. BIDS tobuihla bridge acre , the bayou ,m fr.nt stt'et iu town of Fort Adams, ac,'orchng to specifications ,), tile iu Ihe cha:tcery clerk's office, will t)e received up to9 o'clock A. 51. on the 1st Monday iu ])eeember 19s. The Board reserves tile right to ]'eject auv attd all bids. ,( C. A. (,)ON, Clerk. 11 12 .1.98 4w. TR USTF, I SALE. On M,mday. Deoember 5th, i.(Lq be- b\\;VCe[I t It0 tlollse or ] ] o'clock A. M., and 4 ,?chck P. M,. at the sou:h d(},H' ,f I he c(,ltrt h,nlse in the town +}r W<,,dviila. ;al,e Of Mississippi. tht' untlerstgned trustee will s,,l] at public auc, t,i,an t(, the ]richest bidder l'r)I' cash the land in said town of W,,dville. Wilkinson or,urn v and state O[ Mis:.is- .ip[,i described as commencing a tt.e eoz'ner Of Bank street, north side, aud Nat('hvz strce and ruuning east, on s lid Bank street, cighty-t, wo feet, lo a stukc, thence n,,rLhon aline 0arallel wihsaid Nachezstreet, o P, vnedic! and tbetd,[ Sehh.singer's lot, Lhew'e west, ,,n a par'dlelline with Bank reetosaid Natchez street, th(.me i  ) <r +(ulth to Dl;t.'e Jf t+)oginnin., b0inK the lad e<)nv+ved to William Ash by Sqphie and Joe4)h Schwar, z Thfs sale will be tlJafle t)v virtue of the att- t,h(,ril.y and cundition or a d'ed (,f trust execut, ed nn t|m 391,h day of AI)ril 1884 hy William Ash conveying the ]nod ah(ive described it( the Iln- dersigne0 trustee to secure life, pay- ment of a cerlain note t.o A. T. P, en(- dict. the cuditlons of said deed of I.rust havin been brolen. Reference is made to Book D. D. pagelS, of t.he con x'e ante rect)rds io chancery clerk's ollice in said town where said deed of trt+ is recorded, This 9Lh day of November 1sg,. N. (,ROPt ER, Trustee. l] 12 1898 4w. THOS. ROLAN D, FUNERAL - John .lames Cage, Irvin Ely lIuut, Babers Brandon Glass, Sterhng Williams, llis James x Dcsearn, Mark. George Babers Lee. Jacob Bn,'ke Mount, Lyttletou Lancaster, Evans Spencer Wall, Noah  illiam James, Wm. Dahlbom, Fender Dan Revish, Francis Marion Thornberry, Thomas Joseph Burke, No,! ,x ard. Ralph Gunst, James Henry Jol, Robert Lindsay Braudou, Gerard Chittoc Braudou, Robert Brittaiu, Ben Tolbert, Robert Scott, Etlward Ben Bonden, Major John Fraukliu, Charles Allen Farnham, Robert Scruple Jr. William Watson Babers, John Towles Somple, tlis David x Maiden, Mark James Bell Jr, George Mars]Jail McIntyre, Louis Escher, ltenry ['run(bull McGehee, Arthur Merwiu Mcehee, ])avid Self, l'iqk Charles Daw son, Willie lIay, Leander Eugeue Stuart, James ])Hl|('au (:age, Henry Edward IIarris, Johut .Iefferso: Davis, William I[enry Wall John Bell ,'larry. Victor E. Trager, Bennte Rollis luman, Charles William Davis, B T. Sheckler, George Dorsey Glass, E,hviu Ruthvan Davis, Ai!tie Thornton, Filed November 1st, 1898, O. A Coo:c, Clerk. Nov, 5th, 1898.-4w. LIQUOR LICENSE PETITION, To the+ IIonorable Board of Super- visors nf Wilkinson County and tate of Mismssippi: We the undersigned residents and legal voters of the Second Snpervisor I)istrict of said couuty and State ]-- spectfull:' petition .)our t[onerable Board to grant to JOSEP]I EDGAR JARREAU also a resi+ent thereof, a liceuse to sell and retail vinous, alcoholic, malt iutoxicatiug atnd spiritunus liquors in less quanlies titan oue gallon at Pontl, in said District and we recom- me,ld said Joseph Edgar Jarreau Io he of good reputation and a sober anti snitable person to receive such license and as ill duty bonnd etc. etc. Respectfully, John Jefferson Davis, Pc'fry Baker, Ralph Gttnst. Willie \\; pods Stuart, l)anicl Webster Alexander, Jolm llenrv Kelsh l'ink Charles Dawson, Ben (J<tl'hanl, His Jan]. s x Desearu, M ark. l/Is David x [aidcn, Mark. Johnuie Boll Curry. Titomas Maxwell,  lille Lamer Stricker. Cyrus McNulty Stmcker. John .tames Cage, Ma er Samuel, Jacob Burke 3|ount,- Johu Towels Semple. I[arr, Trumbnll qcGehee, ]obert Lmdsay Brandon. William Watson Babers, Rubert Semple, Jr, Major Jt,i,l Franklin. Arthur Merwiu iX!cGehee, l:'rancis Marion Thornberry+ (;erard Chittoc Braudon, Edward Beu Bolden. Robert Brittain, Ben Tolbert. Littleton Lancaster, lobert Sc..tt, Evans Spencer Wall, (ie+,rge Babers Lee, Louis Esther, (}eorge Marshal] McInt re, Ernest Ross, l)avid Self. Jalnes I]cur. Jells, Willie Tlmritton, terliug Williams, Ned uard, ,J,ues B-II Jr Vi(tor l+]ulantld Tragc.r, Franeis .Mal'iolt l)avidsol], llm,r Edward llarris, (;corse l)oesey Glass, th,.orge Baskervllle Row, ('.barlcs lle r, l;rown, Edwi, Ruthvin I)avis, Yon,,g Elia l)av]dson, unlter Eugene Stuart, Jam.silo rvGibbs, ,l:tnles A}cora Gillespi3, Nit:Isles 1)evereux, Dau l)c[)ree. Noah Villianl James, Wilhe Ila) s, James Dr,utah Cage, [rvin El, I[unt, William l[enrv Wail, Reuben Dan Revish, ('hartes Xllen l'arnhaln, Joseph Edgar .larreau, ],'ilcd Nov. 3d, 1898. C. A. Coox, Clerk, By H. A. We're), D. C. 11-5-1898.-- 4w. it \\;c beg to announce that} t!lwc are daily recciving our t new and choice stock of FALL AND WINTER i, Goods, This weeks arrivals I: as follows: l:' Ladies and Misses Cinc/nnatt 3hoes, Outings, F/anne/ettes and Ginghams. All of them early FALL NOVELTIES. Come around and look at timm even though you do not want to buy at present. Martin Rothschi/d & Bro. TRESPASS NOTICE. All tmniug on my place is strictly prohibited under penalty f the law. Ms E. W. JeeR. 11 2O 97 tf. TRESPASS NOT ICE. Allhnnting or tresvassing on the Artonislt lar, ds uuder fence is pro- hibited under fnll penalty of the law. Any stock remaining on the Artonish pasture after February 15th will be charge(i psturage--50c per month. J. A G[LLESrIm. 1 15 1898 ly. U00iversity of 00lissi00sippi. I aa- I a8. Courses in Literature, Science, Phi- losophy. Eh)cutmu, Pedagogy, Law. 22 Schools. Eularged corps'instrnc- (rs. Cumplete water ana sanitary system. Unsurpassed healthfulness. TIT ITI()N FRZI t() men and woulen in all dep'trtments except law. All expenses low. Send- Centennla] celcbrati,n Nov. 6, 8, '98. Next Sessitm opens Sep. 15, 18.qG. Ft)r cataioffne or information address, R. B. FULTt)N, Chancellor, University, Miss. 8 6 1898. New On'leans, T,a. 41 years renowned as u load- er. o raise promises resale, I,O charlatanism pracL+ced. Over ]00 Gohl and Clive r 51 ed- (." fl. sis. DIplonma etc., awarded  us by American and European -Va,.i Exp osi tints. Commercial 'l', Cottrae tncludes xpert ,c- 'l][ \\;l. otig and Auditing, llnd  ).. is Guara?ltee4 II/gher and ..:-._ tpezlor tO any other in I, he [[:.: ,_ .outh. WC own our co!;ee " building and have unequalled " lacUities ad an unexcvhed faculty. Graduates hold leading positions all over tile eO'dttry, lnLrtlctions|i pcrolal. ]|&vill nUlUroua hl,,e ('onnectio snd being uulveraaUy ard rtputably known, v,' have superior advantages in aiding tudents to secllr8  tlla.t illUS.  atore la coueeted wtth Sould Co]leo In which stndenla do actual business wits real goods and actual woney, and they keep tile books In the latest lab,r say]pc forra Students enter at any rime. 1/ngllsh, Ace+ demlc. horthand and Buuiness scbools. All soparate acun'ies. S:lld for otlta]oKne. &ddresa G,O. OUL]I & SO]ST, OHA0000RLAIN -HtI00T ACADIIY, I:OIT (IB.ON, III- BOARDINQ SCHOOL FOR BOYS Healthy h)cation in the hill c+tunt.ry of Mississippi. ABLE FACULTY. Well equipped GYMNASIUM. i{;Ite low. (wing to cnth)wment. Ill, Write for C;ttatogue. .l.T. DgAKE, SECRETARY, 8 6 lgS Lt'. 00}ur Jewelry EXPOSi'fl ON i This year will -- -- surpass all t)f our ----- prey]otis efforts ---- and compare fa ..... ---- vorably xwth the ---- --rich and varied---- - (ttspmys seen ill -- -nu'gecRies. We---- + * ---- have planned for-- --  -- months to make---- ----- this the - .--- --in the South .... +  --- (considering the ......  -- -- size of the town) ...... --and we ask your -- -- -- inspection aud ..... ---- approval. : : ........ ** i JOS. S,qRPI, *, Tke Jeweler. Oyster season is lmw often and " e keep always on baud fresh , Bavoco.k oysier tm iue. ore,- pa{'cat i,t any style. VVe h,- i die no tuboster. All kinds of Califoram Fruit, Fancy Candy. Nuts etc. .. .[ 3Iain t. Oppos]lo Baits & Daln pf. k ,. --'.w:  Feb 12 981y, WALSH & WILSON, CO N TIL'ACTORS OFt --- BRICK . CEMENT -wo R K, ,;,+ Estimates FtLrnished Patronage Solicited. Leave Order with Wet,ln& Hicke, y or Ben JIrown's. Bat'bet 5hop. Dec 18 97 2m, TRESPASS NE IO.L A!I hunting on Simrall and Sehae-- ter placess strictly prohibited' undr i)eu-dty vflle law. I+.. W. M,+Rr. FIRE SAL i00ovombor [9!h to 26th bw/us, ve/y. the l:tad::/:dPr;r31::7:'Z:]emn)S::e:Wnyg:' e:it;:. : n;]:i;i: :7::Z:?.:?o:"::?,:/':+;:: :I "Z Z? ;i,, :':?':r:';: pared to give our customers the benefit of the exet+edingly low prices for which the goods ere obtained. With may other values to be found here are the folluwiug : MISSES CLOAKS, regular price $2--Fi:e sale piee 75c, Ladies bleached underskirts trimmed with embroidery reg+|lar price $1.25--Fire sale price 65c. All wool ladies vests, regular price 50c.--Fire sal sale price 15c. Knit stocking worth 10c. Fire salt. pr{ce 5e. Peppcrel Drilling " 8c. ' ...... he. Onti,tg, sohd colors wortli 10c. Fire ale price 5c, Percalls 36 inches wide " 10c. '" "' " 5c, Ladies shirt waists " 35c. ' ..... lt,. Double blankets ' $1. " '" " 60e, C. SCHAEFER. KANN. WOODVILL]E, " - " "+ " ' " DEALER IN DRUGS and MEDICINE,00 CHFMiC00(.,00 Public School Bcoks Tobaooo an s aac, Saionery, _Painters pphes: Ct! e y urm. ita ]tardwctre, llluTntnatn2 Oils, Garden Seed 'e. 'Phvsicians prc.+criptions carefully compounded, and orders correctly le.e! ck selected it't grat care andwarranted as represented. v. S. 9 z, .--y, DR. CRAS. E, CATCHINGS WOODVt.LE : : : : ISS. Otticc in Adams Drug Store. uy J14, '94 tf. DR. L. W. ARUDER, Physician and Surgeon, WOODYILLE. MISS. Omoe at residence. April 7, .88 ly DR C, C. CROSS. Dental Surgeon, %'ODDVILLL\\; MISS. Office up stairs over the Postuffiee. A. 0. SHANNON, WOODVlhLE, MISS. "Will l?rache in all Stale and United State, conrts in this State --1)EAt ER IN-- Family al]d Fancy Groceries. Conec tlolJeries, O) stcrs, Trotdcal ]fruit @ a:l kinds, Snar, Ct)ffee, Fhn|l, 8, :'F Starch, Ira]sins, Nu+s of all kihds Canned Fruit attd Vish, &c. Fiuc brand chewing Tobacco. Fresh Bread cvrv day. 3;uw re;p+ plics arriving dailv March 21, lt6-y m TRESPA S NOTI(E. All I,nnting, fichinff or otherwia@; trespassing ()It titen lutnle planlati,}tv s strictly prohibit+.d onder penalty el he law. All |el'tier .p,'rn,is+iols ,e- l.teal estat,' hoaght aud ]d on com yoked. (;;o. T. lcGtiEE. Iill,'4t,|OIl+ ()['O OD  )n'tnt+1(']tt] lh,w ........................... KL+I ,I. S N(Yri('l,]o DR. JOHN F, THERREL, Any pc,'son (.artgl,i r, nn+i,ig, fisi,iu" Physician and Surgeon WOODVlLLE, MISS, Office on Main St. at his old Stand JOHH A, LOWRY, ..IRECT0 . FUNERAL " R A FuI1 Stock of Metalie and Vood- en Coffins alwa)-s on hand at Wood- ville. Miss., Main St. ]'respas Eotice. All persons ftut:t I)unttng, fisluug or otllvrx:lse trespassing on the Bur na,t,no,,d plantation abt,ut 3 mile., sOutlt of Wcmdville will he prose cnled tO Ll)e full extent of the laW. .4trietwalvh will he kept oa sam [,lantatix,u f,r trespassers. |, V(. M AGR t:'DER Skin Diseases. For the speedy and t,rmanent cure of ,tter. salt rheum an(] eczena, Cham+ oertaie's Eye and edkin Ointntnt is wRhnut an equal. It relieves the itch. ing and smarting ahuost iusLant)y and its confirmed usa effects a permanent cm'e. It also cus iWh. barber'S; itch. scald head, sore mippls, itehing piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders In, horse are the best tonic, blood puri6er md vermifago. Ih, ic,. 2cents. Sold bj- or othel'wi,e trelas,iltg o11 tile }'rai@ Collins fir ()Ill lA'Ais places vil! b, prosectted to tlw. full exlelt of tl aw. All forlllcr p('lIlis,'-i+ll I1"**+', ed. F. l). LLwzs. THE BE00T South-We,t Coiner of Public Sqaze I have always on haml a u. ertut at LJclv of Wtiit00y, ,ti: llm '+r}tE I1EWI X+,: 1wrTI,> OF TI]]E BET ERAhl) A,F CIGARS, Dome,li<. a:d In, port, d. [aanc Liqu, rs. Vc, m, u}l , f'n,l,al +t' 1}oitlcdand Keg l;er, 1+ mOl, a;t Ter. :tl,)s on hahd. 313' frieuds a]ltl ct,st,'ll, ur.,- t%]l a'tvtv lind me rc:d. to do I :,i, ..... March 12. 92,