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llb.t&apos;ll'ilY||Ol, per llllll,lllt. Csh ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MAR KET. ZNew Orleans, Dec 17 1898. Cotton MhRllinff ..................... 5 1-4cts The Dockets for the .January Term of Circuit Court are very slim. Mr. A. M, Shepherd spent several days in our tnwn during the week. I For Fireworks go ro Day's Drug Store. Mr. Sydney Fi . of Centrcville. paid us a pleasant visit, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. tIugi,es will spend the holidays at theformor home of Mr. IIughes. ==-_- Wm.-Galton, col..f the rd diairict was sent toiaflthiswcekona charge of grand larceny, JOB D/OaK AT THE IEPUnLICAN. : r- _-2-a A Beautiful assortment, of Christ- mas Cards can be found at, Da)'s Drug Store. Mr. Moseley of Virginia, spent the week here with relatives and ,friends. W+e wish him success. The Jury for taeS J-=muaryv Term of Circuit Court will t)e drawn on next 'Puesday the 27th inst. Just received :at c"o. J. Adams, the finest ass.rLment of Candies and Lowney's Chocolates, at prices to suit 4 cent c.tton. Mrs. D. C. Braintebte returned home (m Wednesday's train from a short visit to the Crescent City. Mr. Clark SbuarLmof Morning Glory wasiu tnwucWednesday. Ile came up to carry his daughter home for Christmas.  , , (;(ffJ'I'ON,---()U rj!tll,",tlliy SDOI ('o!,ion I was it'oilbJC' with s( vcic tellui( '10(!t!il ';plL0t,Ilflll._. dr,pped 1-16and lotuses were at(mr w;akues fur over a year and was ........... confined to the bed h)r over nix 12 Do(Sis lower l,han last week. The months. 1 was treated by six very aturday, December 24. heavy receipts must, send the staple: promi,eut l)tWswians without a,y L_ ........................  down urtherif they e,otinuc and it marked beqellt" My last doctor was 'iicial J0urnM of the C01'- ,,oks m,,tt( sum, y IS cverlastitg, a kilh.d specialist, "aid he toldme Now O,:]eans' esti:nate of receipts f.r the only hollo lay in an 3peratiou I heard of Snli|h+s Snre lidney ('tire, p0rati0n of Wo0dville. U,e week ending to-day, are 500,1)00 to a,d after uing it f.r one month I a20,000 against 450.000 last year aid find myself cured, and even the doe- ,impleAnnonneemenisf mqrria+ 170.000 in 1894. It is astonishing that tor who last treated me now pronoun- Zos and deaths will be pubhshed the priceof middling co,ton should ces me well. withoutehM'ge, remain as high assets under theenor-] 3I:s. J I FAvEr. Ailauta. Ga Price 50 cents. For sale by Chas. nlous receipts. [ R. Day. Gem. J Adams has just received the We have just. r,-ccived a large and finest assortmen5 of ground spices fresh supply of Xmas Candies of all ever brought to Woody(lie. I also kinds at, sell Peon Blended Tea, the| finest on Day's Drug Store. the market. :::: Ihave used Smith's Sure Kidney The entertainment given by the Cure and it has made a permauent primary department at the Graded cure. Mrs. WM. PURVEAR, School last Thursday evening was Jonesboro. Ark. Price 50 cents. For sale by Chas. both unique and entertaining. A R. Day. complete program was rendered and the audience, though poorly seated. showed a full appreciation. Tew gdvertisements. There have been few people in town FOg RENT. during the week compared wiLh the The CaesarGillispieplaceabont 280 crowds that usually throng our streets acres, 6a acres in cultivation, It is at thisscason. .The week has heen situated about 5 miles from Fort the best for saving the cotton in the Adams. For particulars apply t,o EDWARD AARON. fields that we have had in two months .12-24-]898.--4w. or mare and the people,evidently have not+ negleeted the opportunity, " TaTn SIIERIFF'S SALE. ' 'I have used berlain'sCough Remedy in my family for yearn and J" F. Irvine. Survivor et al, No. 52, vs Mrs. Emma lrvine, et al. always with good results," says Mr. BY VIRTUE of a decree of the W. B C o,perof_'El Rio, Cal. "For (haneery Court of Wilkinson County, small chihh+cn we find it especially Mississippi, rendered on the l6th day effective.' For sale by (, l(ann, of l)cemher 1898, in the above cause. "+'<+'+" 1 will on Mond4v. ranuarv 2nd 1899. On Saturday eveninglast. Mr.F.D. at thasouth doorof the court house Lewis, while returning from Cold in Woodvilles,l(l connie, between the Springssuw a slight smoke issuing hum'sit 11 ('elotk A L]and 4o'clock from the roof of Mr. Baynard's gin e. t., sell at, lmblie auction to the highest bidder for e;zsh iu one b()dy house, tie investigated and found thcland in said county, described as the gin had been set fire by an incen- section 43. sectiml 44. section 45, the diary. He sent for help and succeeded southwesl quarter of section 36 and all of section 42, East, of P. M. Sloe- in smotheringathe fire with cotton kett. all in township 1, range 1, west seed. But for Mr. L., the gin and This Deceruber15tJ 1898. about thirt bales of cotton would J.M. SEsslOXS, Sheriff. have been destroyed. 11 17 1898 3w. Just received at+ C. chaefer's Seed - less Raisens, Cleaned Currents, NOTICE OF SALE, Strolled Ahnonds, French Chocolate. In pursuance of a decree of the Cocoa. Faraina Buckwheat, Oatmeall Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Imported French Peas, Beans and Mississippi, rendered at the December Mushroons, Grated Pine Apples, Term. n. o.. 1898 , in the case of B Canned Crabs and Shrimp and every- Goslinski. et al vs Jonas Harris, et al, thing kept in a first class grocery de- I will on the 9th day of Ianuary 1899 , the same being the ist Monday of the partmen. :-- :, January Term of the Circuit Court of A large audieneeattended the "Old said County. as Sheriff and Commis Maids' Convention" which me at the stoner of said Chancery Conrt, sell at ple are thankful. It is too much to expect a eontinuance of such weather during the holidays and we don't. a a- D.o -- Among the boarders ar the College] College on Thursday night, and were who will spend Xtnas at their homcs l highly entertained. The Convention are, Misses Lessley, Stmar+, Stricker I was a decided success ia every parti- cular, and met with general applause aud Cox. i:hr3ughoutthecvening. Much credit Mr. 1I. C. Labuye, pub|(sims of the'/is due lmth the teachers and pupils. Herald of St. Fraucisille, was thCtTheKindergarten Class gave a very guest, of Mr. Leon Schwartz during pleasing production from Mother tle first of the week. Goose which met the praises of the Perry Wrighta3LloydDavis, both audience. A nice sum was realized colored, were sent tu jail frmi Justice which will go to the repair of the Davis' c(mrbon a charge of burning College. MajorTrager'sglnhouse, Our baby has been continually The 1847 R.gers Bros. Table Spoons troubled wi'th colic attd cholera infau-. l(hiVeS and Forks, and Child's Sets. turn since his birth, and all that we couhl do for him did not seem to give We have them inlarge variet,y, him more than tentl)orary relief, uJtil JOB. SARII]IE, The Jeweler. we tried Chantberlaiu's Col(e, Chol- era and l)iarrhoea Remedy. Since "i Mlss Oarol)av];,'Tstudcnt at the giving thatremedy he has not been College, returned to her home neat' troubled. We want to give you this Bayou Sarayesterday mulning where testituo.ial as an evidence of our aim will siend the h.lidays, gratitude, not that )ou need it to ad- ._._,. vertigo your meritorious remedy Tbe guesing cont.est for the doll --G. M. LAw, Keokuk, Iowa. For given hy Mr. Sarphie, closed on lash sale b7 G Kann. Saturday evening. There were :2 We are informed t, hat Miss SwansOn chances+taken, Mrs. Hughes" proving expects toattenQ the Couventioa of the lueky one. the Sou Lhern Educational Association :-s: which meets in New Orleans Dec. 27, Dr. II. Lotion requests us to may 28 and 29, wl]ere she will meet h,,r that he will ,resume his practice in cousin, MelesLia Parrish, who is on Woodville on and after January 2nd, 1899. lie can be found at his office in the prtgratn for that occasion. She will reLurn with Miss Swanson to tile tlays llouse.. :atall hours. W,,dville fin'a visit of a few days, A fresh supply of'candy just re- and on .Monday, Jamlary 2nd, will ceived at, Day's Drug Store. give a lecture, or talk, to girls in the := : :: Chapel of the College. Miss Parrish + The following named persons took is;t w(mtanof rare attainm+,mts and out, marriage lic'ense In tile past ten, qualifications. Sheis a graduate of days: J.T. LaneharttoMissEvaline C(wnell University and Profess.rot letterville. Kirk Jiabb to MissM Mathematics in the Randolph Macon Netterville. David Phipps to Miss Woman's Odlege, Lynchburg, Va. blary Asl, ley. and easily stads at, the head of bhe FOR SALE OR gENT. w(,nten instructor. in her state or in t he South. She is a most Out husiastie House and lot on Sligo Street. Apply to " GEm. J. ADAMS. educator and has devoted her lie to ,,t: the trainingaud cultu, t.e of girls and A beautiful pin was given by our youngw<meu, Ali the girls of Wood- enterprising jewelcr, Mr. Sarphie, to viiteand vicinity are urged to avail the girl sellingt, helargcst number of t.he,nselves of this o0portunity to tiekets to the Old Maid's Convention. hcar and to meet a woman whobyher *the prize was won by little Bertha loving interest in the welfare and ad- Rothschild. vancement of ler sex, knows so well .e: how to talk to and instruct them Five days of sunshine, live d;l's with- The general publie are most cordiall.v out rain, thatis the reord for the invited to attend. Week, sirice Sunday last and our pep- ,,_, Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be intcrestcd in the experience of Mr W. M. Bush. clerk of IIotcl Dorrance, Providence, R. I. tie says: "For public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the south door of the court house in said county, within lawful hours, the following described land, being in said county, to-wit : SE } of SE }ofsec7. S + ofSW  of sec 8, and NW }ofNE ofsec 8, T2, R , West, containing 158 32 oo acres JAS. M, SESSIONS, Sheriff and Commissioner. I2 7 i898 4w COMMISSIONER' S SALE. WHEREAS, Thomas L. Kaigler.,mingle) did on the 12th day of.M u'ch 1S92. execute ;%rid de- liver to Albert R, Shattuck Trustee, t" trust deed on (}ol'tltth lands in Wilkinson Uountv. J., i ,', '. ' , " ) '" ," . , ; . . . Kaigler t,) "he B[TIS+{ & AMERICAN MORT- GAGE COMeANY. LIMITED. "ahieh said trus, deed is reco,'d(d in Wilkinson Coun?y. |n Deed Book "'[. 1." Pze 4;4 to which refer- once is hereby iliads: |ld where;%s dotal l lttS bee I n a(le ill th( 0ayDlept of lho 1 mnt, v. seCtlr (l by said lrtlst eed; and whet'ms the, undersigned has been truly appointed subsli- luted trustee ill 5h,2 platte of said Albert R Shattncka,provldedin said trust deed. and has heen duly requested tO execute the trusi therein c(mt;%ined; NOw THEL'EFoRE notice is hereby given, htt under and by vlrtuo of the sower eon- t;%ined in s;%ld trust deed, I, the undtrsigncd substituted t, rustee, on MONDAY nE 9T DAYOP JANUARY 1899 bo,w,:eu t.he hours of l0 A. M. and 3 P. M. tt the Court Itonse door in the town of Wood- elite tn wilkinson Connty, will by public, a ( - tips sell tthe h llesl 1 ddcr for cash the followiug described 1)roperty. viz: Th- St;utheast quarter and Et and ndddh! part of the SouLilwet quarter of Section Two (2} conidnlng Two hundred and eighty (2"0 Acres. llloreor less; Ninely-two (92) Acres nlore or less, iu I|,C J?Atst Dart Of the North wet qua rn_,r Twehty-flw 25) Aeres t ore or ess, m t, be North pt't of the Norfh-easl qua.rter <)f lh**' SotlLh-etLl quarter. Three ;%11( 30-()(D (3 30 -0(D) Acres lnore or less iu the Nort h O:Ll't of |he North-west qtls, rter () the 8outh- (asl (]UHl'ter !)l  S ctiovi evelltean (17} n,,tl -( ( : .... . ........ Pi. ty-four and a)-I 0 (54 50-100} Acres in tl e middle 0,rid West p;%rr of the North-west uattt ofNt(tioll]ll tlt((tl IS q ' ' " ,]!, ]'a', :> [ J] ; all in Town- MHp (.)he [1]. Rtnge T]lree [3], West and con rains Four hun(]r:d and slxty-fo ,r (4 4) Acres move or le!s by act, utl survey tin, de by W. II. Whc:i, County Surveyor on .it(ca'try 1st lS92 and des t'lht d hy r/l)l(,s add ]),)unds; ns for lOWS. to-wit: Beginning at lho North-:!ast t()Pllel" Of Lhe Solltl-eaI: quilt'tot of sect ol Two (2),Townshil()o rl] Range Three 3 , lhence west) 9 q3ol00 ehnJns to tho Intersection of Sections Two. 2. Five. 5, Seventeen, 17, and :ight(t!n. 18, thelee Vest OI] NorLil bouud;%ry line of S,}c*iol} Seventeens, 17, 23 chains tO t stake, lhe, n('e ,Olllh 50 chains to a stake fhoMce ](;f 2;{ eh;tius to a stlk,* oFi tiue 1)(- twetneclionsScvmlt'en, 17 and i++:ahteen IS. t i(:nee, Nor I I0 chains to a slake, thence Eas; 14 50-1(D C}It:]IIS to :L stake, thonce Noct!, O, + 77-1ooehi,lsto a siako thellCe Etsi 70 cbai11; o;i North t)OLllldILl'y line of SKti()ll EighLeen. 18. to a s| tke at Col'ner Of SeCtiOns TWo, 2,Fi, c] Eih(een, IS, OU ]ine of SeetioIi Olle, 1, thellce North olle degree E tt 40 chatnstol x( pla(! ofleg'it  ng. St d land will bt .oidlosatisPv the debt secure(l by said trust deed, and sueb title will be givei. tu ix vel+l in mti,l !1'llsiee. + M. H. WILKINSQN, Substituted Trustee. I)ee 17 1S98 4w, ELEC FION N()T[CE. At a regular meeht of the Messrs Watt and Lowry, of the 1st, Miss., Reg., who were mustered out at0olumbia, Tenn., on 20th inst., returned home Thursday evening. The boys were glad to get home to upend their Christmas. & very sad affair happcued ou the on its return trip Wednesday  r , ruing. Mrs. BenningofBavou;a a. bringing herchi:d to Woody(lie, I|ch had been sick for snme time, before reaching here. The re- were bur(odin the new come- FOR SALE. Victor Safe, cheap, and in order, apply to Ben Brown. i i- o-,+ several years I have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two.years ago a traveling salesman ldndly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choleea, and Diarrhoea Reme- dy. Vuch to my surprise and delight its effec:s were immediate, When Board of Mayorattt!Ah!ermeuof the towu of Wo, Mville heht at the .Maor'sof ih:eon Tuesda the.6th,lav t,f Dec., 1898 the foli<)wing order x'as nntde as follows to-wit: ]u a('cor(lance with Chapter 4 of the charter of thetown of Woodville it is orderetl that a, elec- tion be hehl at the Ma,+or's otli(.e ot thetuwn of \\;oodville on the" 1 st 5[outlay the 2ud day t)f ,Iannarv 1899, for the purpose ofelectinone Mayor four Ahlermen att(i one Mar'siml] to 8 fl'Oll} t899 It V. ] y- Mi r, td e ele( :m to ds day of ever I fclt symptoms of the disease I serve for a terin of two veals would fortify myself against the attack said Ist Moudav lit Jauua'ry 1899. with a few doses of this valuable rem- is further or, hu;ed that John W. Bry- edy. The esnlt has been very satis and l'hilip llahn and J P. Miller, factory and ahnost complete relief from Rcgistrors of said town i)e and the) are appoi,ted to hold said elecliou the affliction." For sale by G. Kann. and make returns therefrom to this ....... -"'"- *-v---- Board on Tuesday the 3rd Rev. Vm. R. Douglas oP St January1899, W. C. MIrmmL Mayor. Francisville, D. D., died at his home Attest M. JAcon, Clerk. After burning Maj. Trager's gin incendiaries burned thedwell- In that place on Sunday morning. In aceordanee with the above order on the same place. We Dr. Douglas was a highly esteemed directed tothtnudeist,n.v'g et( cotnmis- mention elsewhere the attempt to minister of the Episcopal elmreh, stoners. e will hohl an election at [ E GE/00 SALOON  IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS I WITII A FULL STOCK OF : : --.o SUCII AS o OLD O O_PO Z E 17 IrE, _P U I TdlV I , FRE3WH BRIAD F, WI2VS,  TC. Choice Stock of FiNE Cl6AR3 A/ways on Hand. liThose is need of PURE LIQUORS for medieal pur- poses will do well to call attd examine my stock. A, , JoHN soN, I I iam ...a + _ + WELL K#OWN C T selecetd stod, of General dlferchandise in t Sothwest dississippi, btt we cal your l speeial attention to oum new line; of" ; DRESS GOODS, comprisiff the season's noveltiee in, Fancy tForsteds, Fancy P sptcial sales days buA will ffive yo ]%ll t vahe for your money every day in  the week. - l MarE. Rot00scMM & aro. Plads, ]tenrettas, Cashmeres, Dress Elanncls, Fcncy Black Goods, Broca- dines, Ginghams, Otins _Flanelettes ere. dllso or Clothin depaytment it which we are oerinff special yahoos in notbb!], W-to-date sits, overcoats, etc C!othinL ihat look well, fit well and wear melt TRESPASS NtTICE. All bunting on mv place is strictly ,)rohibtted under penalty of the law. Ms" E. W. JOOR. 11 20 , if. TgESPASS NOTICE. All hunting or trer)assing on the Artonish lands under fence is pro- Ilibitednnderfull penalty of the law. Auy stock remqining ou the Artonish pasture after February 15th will be charged pasturage--50e per month. " J.A. GILLI:SPIE. 1 15 1898 ly. TRESPASS NOTICE. thtnting or otherwise trespassing on the McManns, Farish and Bowling Green places ]s strictly prohibited un- der penalty of the la'w. All fornter permissions revoked. 1, 5t. McGEHEE. J. II. PENDLETON. Sept. 4, 1896-tf FUNERAL DIRECTOR, WOODVI LLE, Mi88. YOUR + : ! XMAS = eTFTS NO &,ubt, that ytm can find just what, you want and at, prices i yu expect t expeud fur i We have a sufficient variety ! to insure an [easy choice of DESHABLE GIFTS for old and young. Watohes, Clocks { Jewelry, Silverware, Vases i ** Spectaoles, Work-8ox, Gia, * and HandkeroMaf  Jewel oxes, Gold Pens, Cup: and Saucers, Bracelets, Nap kin Rings, Elc. Eto. + Whatever your wants may be, we can meet, them with heauti- fuland appropriate se]ectious i The added virtue of L(w Prics is n(,t, neglected and we know  you i appreciate these efforts.. J05. SRRFtItl, + i Tke Jeweler. i ......... i /, C. SCHAEFER. C KANN. WOODVILLE, ..... , . "+"=-" DEALER II-- DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMIC00L00 Public School Books Panty and "I'O:l,le'l; Ax'tlolos " 1 ' Stationery, t)anters Su, pplzes,, curt. err. Y zernz" inff tlardware, Illumuzat+n2 Oils Garden Seed 6"c. PhvMcians precrlptions carefully compounded, and order correctly tmswet cck selected ih grat care andwarranted as represented. v. 8.9 x. .--y, ,I. II. JONES. W. P, 8. VENRTE JONE$ & |VENTRESS, tt000my= C0m00m :t WOODVILLE, MISS. Office in McGehee bnilding. DR. CHAS. E. CATCHING8 VooDv t,I,E : : : : [$S. Ofllee iu I)a.v's Drng Store. uy J14, '94 tf. DR, L, W. MAGRUDER, Physician and surgeon, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office at residence, April 7, ,88 ly DR C. C. CR088. Dental Surgeon, WOODVILLE. MISS. Ofllee up stairs over the I>ostomce. A. . 8HANNON, At00,00ey nl 000unsel0r Law WOODVIhLE, MISS. Will prachee in all Rtate and United State courts in thia State Real estate bought gnd Id on ecru+ =}SD2.-om2 o,f ::, ,:::-cy.L !!-_o_. DI JOHN F. TKERREL, Physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS. Office on Main St. at his old Stand JOHH A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and Wood- BapDard's gin las, Saturday. He was horn in New Haven, Conn., the 31a'or's ofli(:e on Mo]Mav, the %1 . r:.etoretacttnectedwtthSOuldCollege POWtI or " " ta Which stuaents do actual btaes8 with Dee 18972m+ bloort, ltm'ier day of Jan uary 1899, for the + etectioit t real gooda and. acturd mo ey, a d they keep Bd vermifuge. Prle,+ 2cetlta tt-by rues can be fixed beyond and graduated at ).'ale college in of one Mayor, four "Aldermeu and ! tiebooksintholatestlaboravingforma, tl0ubt u0on the perpetrators the 1851. He eamesouth in 1856 and onoCitvMarshall to servefor tho on- Stu,lents enter atany timo. English, Arc- TRESPASS NO'I'i: E. rts wtll not 1)e bothered with them. + demio. Shorthand and Business schools. All , ,* , mob law ts very bad fur any wa the agent of ihis State during suiug term0f two ) ears, eparateacu!ties. Snd :orcttalogue. All hunting on Stiarail and Sha G, ',//,) A.. , W BRYANT &4axeae OO. 80U; & SOILS. Jut end(aries wit](not, be the war between the SLates f,r the ,7. P. Mi tive iu tlis e'mnt if dlstrilmti0n to the familes PItII,IP uerv: Why penalty ; corn, Bramlett & Tucker. WOODVILLE, MISS. Office in MGehee Building. Corn mereial Row. --I)EAIER 1N-- Iamfly and Fancy Grocene t.rterms, Oysters, Tropical  ) atl kiuds, Sugar, Coffee, Flour -o, Siareh, Raisins, :Nuts of all kinds Canned Fruit and Fish, &e. Fine brand chewing Tobacco Fresh Bread every day. New sup. plies arriving daily March 21, t896,y NO I'ICE. The palic arc hereby notified that Hunllng isprohihited oa the ur- ,gette, Elmwond, Bcllevfew and (',or- don l'htntauons. All ormer permits are hereby re yoked. CHAS. COHEn. Nov. 20 1897-tf TRESPASSN " O IIOE. All huntin K and trespassing on Retreat and Dameron 15 'e Is s v prohlb ted, un dt r pena'lty of the lai '9" bl aSON SOW DE+ Oct., h . *.tf. TRESPASS NOTICE All hunting, fishing or trespassing on Glen Burute l s strictly prohibited under penat he !aw. All lornier yoked. GEm. T. McG:nEE, TRESPASS ...... NOTICEo Any person eaught hnuling, fishin or otherwise ti,( spassing on the Frasir olint or Old Lewis places will b', prosectited to the full exieut of aw. All former permissions revert +-----+""-'- THE ]00EST en Coffins always on hand at Wood- CEO, NARTEN$, ville. Miss. ,Nain St. I++ + --,---,-+- ++ ....... +o,+wo++ co+.+, o+ ++ ,++ o. +r,.++,,.s+ +++++++ rocerles add eDeral I +  .  Al:l peons fouhtl buntnlg, li+luna m'fieIe of + Iff tystersea'sonis nowonenand . or otherwie trespassing on the Bur '' l+r'PlllTldl.e. [  we keep MWays otr haud fresh  namwo(,d p!antation ahoot 3 n)ile. ?iy, al WEST MAIN STREET I  ]lmvoeook oysters ()it ice, pro- J r) Ig IoPgan s O14 f'tan(! ) " =" " " l!ff. dlenotut oyste'rs. H kinds  eutedtothefutl extent ofthelaw. + , [+ of, California Fr,,itr Fancy , A strictwateh .'ill be ZN  Jt'rTrD O*L[ i| Caudy. Nuts etc. commRcxA+  . '  - L.W. MAGRUDER _. CO,.G, _ -eie.. -;x- -'# I CIGARS. Do. estic and Im port+ d+ : ,)%-s-0 l'; New ureatta. tt. Feb 12 98 IV. " Fanc Li-qu,.r, Vermouth, Cordials et @A ;,Y A 41years renowned as alend* [ ['/Tf er. "o falso promises made,  I  Bottled and Keg Beer, L, mO:)s, art '27-t no Charlatanism practiced. 1..qm| AII 4' lalan A:am I I I _.,.. SMn +,.o+,+,,,+oo,,.o,. + m+'+,LL I usal%byDtplmaSAmeriean andete"European"Warded IIW III.,iJH  WiI,,+UN, +i My fr+,,,+s .o,, c,,+to.,ers wit .,... :++++ -++-t Expositions. Commemtal --CONTItACTORS OF-- ' 't - Course Includes :Expert Ac- ] For the speedy and permanent cm'e of find'me r+'.d 3 to do business.  \\;i, counting and Attdttlng, and 't2a"Lff G.% allVl[]l]"r' I ,tter, salt rheum and eczema, Chain- A. II. DMAI:  _.t_ is Ouaratateed lt:{gher and J'JLk. ',*'IIL  *'s-Jalx I uerlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is Mar ' + 9o : ....: : Superior to any other in tim ..... I without an equal, It relieves theiteh- ["_fi '-. South. P,'O own onr college .,-,,t.- T  " |Z ar.2b / 1 (@ ILl['  " =2 bu|lding Vt d have ilnequalled "  K lk "'- I ing ail(] smarting ahnost instantly gild It'- /aeilities aad aa unexcelled  .- ] its eontiuue4 u.,+ effects a permanent cure It also cures itch b r .... faculty. slinlates Furnished t scald head, sore mipples, itching piles, raauaces aold leading positions all over the .... " ' a her's il:ch, country. !n.tructi,nailpersoual, D,----e 1==4,x1 /lavi g numerous bueiness connections and - ttx.utt. atv. chapped hallds chronic sore ey;; d being  nlversany and repuiably known, we   _. ........ =oae uraers wttn Wettltn & olek have au +erlor advantages la aiding studeta to ' + " ; , . "oy or Ben seeure itualions. Brown's, Brber Shop. Cav oat, and Trad-Marksobtain, and Mi er lausme conducted tot Fta. OUI 05"F1[ t= aod we a :