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-itrl *l)Bimi. Jackou and Woodvme played the i --_:___= ..... = ..................... second game of ball last Fridayand it Saturday, June 18. proved a Waterloo for our club. Jack- ..... son put their crack battery in ,the box :,cial J0urnM of the C0r- and our boys e(,uld only get eight men across the home plate, Jackson seor- r,0ration of Wo0dville. &apos;i,g ten runs. The game was a most Si,npie Announcements of marria- and deaths will be pubhshed hont charge. Sltllsct'iFtiolt pt'l" anllliitl. ....................... $1 50 Otherwise .................. $2 00 MARKET :New Orleans, [June, 10, 1898. { ;otlnn Middlin .... " .................. 6 1-16 interesting one from start to finish and could have been won by oureluh but for a couple of wild throws which gavetllevisitorsalead of three runs. Our boys need practice and unless tbey do praettce they must expee to lose, as i is when the game is close that the team work counts. *,-m- = It seems strange to us why mer- chants should send off for their', Job Work when Lhe same can and isd ne in their town at nearly the same price and iuasgood style as can be done Are Oinking our next Fair a success. JOB ORK AT TIlE ttEPU1LICAN. Mr. Kline liars of Tunica. was a visitor teem'town during the week. Work is being rapidly pushed on the gin buildings and wA: be ready for the new crop. Monday is Shirt Waist l)av at, ()THSCIIILD'S $ ii,-ig 4-- Magenta Self-se, tl|ng Jars, all sizes and tin tolb J6IIy gthses, t " ' Get. a. Adams. ,s. hugh 52de of Clehnrne ' r Texas, is visiting her slae Mrs Jos Sarphie. -- -- D-<-e WEflB/,Y6 PRESEb'TS, t 3os. Sarphie. The Jeweler. We regret, to chronicle the death of Mrs. Win. IIenley, which occurred on Sunday niglt afteralong illness. Miss M. Levy of l'ayou Sa;'a, whn hasiecn hereon a visibto frieudsre- turned home on Monday morning. Sporting and Bicycle Shoeat, (..,CII A EFERS, Lieut. Gov. Jones left last SaUdrday for tile, University nf Miss.. st) attend the O.)mmeneeumn5 Exer/tises. tte ix you doing anything towards elsewhere. They seemto forget that such money expended elsewhere is gone from them forever, while if they had the work done at. home, they have a chance So get it back Tlle l)rinter does not live on wind, but buys ,food and clothes, yet if nor patronized by the people his-" occupation is gone. So this policy,,of sending away for work is certainly a short sighted pulley and raise economy. Again, how can our merchants expect a news- Fapcr toboom their trade, conSant- l$1iepi.ng.thgir busjness before :tile peol)le bY notices of fresh arrivals of stock, for which they make no charge if they in turn do not help the printer to live? We say again, it is false economy and such money sent away never returns, while if kept at home everybody has a chance to get some of it back. The closing exercises of 1Ae Wood- ville Public School on Thursday night of last week, attracted a very hlrgc crowd and all of lhesettsandstand- ing rnom was occupied. The heat was intengebut the audience being good natured, waited patiently for the first ' number on the program. '_['he entire program was rendered without ahitch ors halt and every particilmnt final tAwy(;ungesbiittlelot be the eldest I)upil delivered their respective parts with at, ease and grace suPpriqngiy amen)hernfthe Board ofTrustees, u.o(1. Ibwas nearly midnight wheu the atldienee dispersed, and eyeryone , ,* -' '--Ig ....... lg ' I weal, honle more than ever convinced ARTICLRS IOg rill IOlbll. ]ofbhelminbtakingandpatienteareof .... "-, "a"ri-s a full line o, oft lhe instructors and the earnest Uaas 1 t)a,} e' t e  " ' , ' ' " I efforl.s of the f'leulty to entertain the l'oilet h tcles ' Ipcoph,, as well as to display the re- - ' "'"-7"- -7-- , ,, ) markable discipline which m'evails l,Vnodville has tow three Dare Pal/ ' -- am,ms tim pupils. Dir/lomas were elubg. The D...'wey's, Sampson's and B.G. The latter two are juvenile el u ha. The trees in and al)oili5 the court sqnare have received a fresh ()oat el whilewash which improves l, heir looks conMderabl.v, :>04 Rain h,ls fallen nea.rly every day this week in and about Woodville and life has became more enj,yahle there- by. Several sections hoever are yet n2eding moisture. Mrs. Chas. R. Day came up rrnm Baton g rage last week to.Ajoin her husband, who bought ()tit, Argue's drug store. We welcome 31r. and Mrs Day in their new lmnte. With every $3 worth purchased for cash an album of Uncle Sam's Navy will be presented Lo the purchaser at linT tlSCItlLD'8. Frst class brick for sale by A.Y. Bcucdict. A Board of Examih'ing Surgeons for Pensions will be est,tldiMlecl at Cen re,;ille, in the near future. Dr. C. E Catehingso[ Woodville will be ap- poinotl as a member of this Board. MrsLowrv, n,t.imr of Mr. Inn. A. Lowry, (lied at the home nf her son (m M dlyevening. Mrs. Lowry was amnng tile Oldest ;residents of the town. The a,tlilv have nor synlpabhy. SODA WATER. For a go,d eeld glass of Soda. go tol)ay's Dru Store. Our syrups are good aP, d have a dehgl,tqll flavor. The ( ral ex tminaSiol ab t.he Public schnol house ,)n the evening tlefore the closingexereiscs was one of the most rigidand tharough c-'cr held here and ttlepul-,ils MI came pub or it wibh colors llying. Monday--will be-lTc4rcatest day for Shirt Waists ever seen in Wo()dville. $7 silk ,waists will go at $-i 50, and others correspondingly as cheap at I{OTIt SCIIILD'S. Re,'. Dr. ]I D:-;;ton, Evangelist for the Synod of Mississippi, will cnm- menee a protracted meeting in the l)reshylmrian churcil on- Thursday the 2ard daY{of June. ab '/.'30' '. a. The public are eordialh, invised to altered. IIat s lhab C, Schaefer has broken the Friee on: Low Quarters, set, change in adYertisemlmt. Try a 'hot I le'of Ad ares Sars;qarilla and purify .your blootl. 25 cents cheaper than IIoods at, .. GEe. J. AVAM. The Crokhmle Club will meet ial 8 o'clock and the Spinning Wheel Ch.lb at 4 o'clock at the residence df Mrs. C, E Catehings next "Tuesday even- inf. The hldies of the Cr@inole Club are earnestly requested to attend. "W ' "'ffi : " The youngmen o our to.vn ga;e a delighlul dance on Tuesday night at, the Masonic I/all. It was Dror;nunc ed" by all pgesen as the mos enj,yable affair tfaVllaS been gA'en in the town n many y.ars. Quite a number [f oung la-di6s and gcnttcnren from t he western and southern porlAons of the County were I resenB.. The :$ollowin magazines and presented to Miss Florida Hender,on, Frank P, est, David Stern. Sydney lhthsehild and Chum Anders(m, they havinff reached the highest standard prt;scrihed by the Board of Trustees. Tim diplunms were presented by Capt D. C. l'ramletto. President of the IP,,ard of Trustees. In conclusion we may add that the servicesof Pit,f, ltughes has again been secured for the next session, and we havethe fullest confidence that when aw)ther year rolls around a still more marked improvement will be apparent. We append a communieathm from IIonJ. lhlrrussMcGhce which ex- phlins itsei f: EDIT()I', WOODVILLE EPUBL1CAN: l)ear Sir. Will you pe,'mit me to say to the good people of Wnodville and vieiuiD,, to whom my heart is bound by enduring bonds of lovcand friem%hil), tllat ib is a great, grief to me that I am no lnner permitted to serve theln (,r share the sorrows of those who are in affliction. I am a helpless invalid unable to ride amile in my buggy without sullering and relap3e, aild lily life of usefulness seems past, and this is the reason I gave up my app(Ant nlenb at St Paul's Chqrch. and no frt;m any ,loss of in- terest or ,alTecSivn. Yours truly, J BuRIUss McGEH,E. ; II;-< # TIIE AMERICAN NAYY, CUBA AND IIAWAII. A portf(,lia, in ten paris, sixieetl vies iu eaci otrI,, of the lluesb hall tOlle pitlores ()f the AnleA'letn Navy, Cut)a anti iJawali has just been is sued by aChicagopublIMlin house. '.['he Illinois (-:corral ]luilroad has made, arrangemenl.s Ior a special edi I ion for the t/enefl L of its pltrous, an(1 a specimen copy can b seeu at the locul 1. C. ticket office. Single palIS may hc Lind at ten cents each, the fullset, ne hundred and sixt, ypic-i tures, costsbut onedo]lar. Subscrip-I tions for the set may he left with the agent. In ,,iew of the present excite- ] ment regarding Cuba these pictures are very timely. Call at t.hc ticket office and see them. e I-e The Southern boys have done yen- man serwce in the (resent war. The commander of the Nashville s from Nashville, Tenn. tte was tim first to 9apt:}o '" a= &S1)it prise. ship. :Euig'd=Mdartidr'of "the Nashville commanded the first prize crew. "M.'m" hails from good ohl Missis- sippu Other Southern Sates pre- sented their heroes anti now here wc hae Hohson. from Alabama. Pshaw, hc Smth's tle tiling ; the boys down here just can't help doing thesv things; it s ia the hlood aml in the uir.--Natchcz Democrat. A CARD TO TIIE PUILI('2 I have sold to Mr. Chas. g. Day my Drug Store Ioget her with a]] acc(Hlnbs due the store and would respectfully ask a Cmlinuat-ce Of p;ttronagc tO him so liherally {xtended me. GEORGE ARGUE. fnrefercncetoabove. I invite you to give me a sbare of your pat, ronugo and will lie pleased to trove you call, even t, h0uh YOU dr), not make a pur- chase. No trouble to show goods. It will be my desire to serve you well at, all times ClIAS. R. DAY. NOTICE. The pu.hlic are heretw notified lat )al)ers can be found a,t D-ay' l)l'tig IIuntn: i lPohibited on rile ,;nr- tore: Munsey, Costnnpolitan, Me, gette, Ehnwooll, Bclleview and Gor- Clures Century, Harpers Ill(rashly, don l'lantadons. Harpeg:Weekly, I'uek, Judge, Faro All former L)ermils are herehy rto )ly stor' paperG Nhw Yvrk Wcckl yoked. Cll.kJ. C'gIIEN. Ct., ae,, ' Nuv. 20, 1,597-tl hi  recent letter from Washington, D.G., to an ohl friend, MajorG. A. Studer, for twenty years U, S. Consul at Singapore, says: "While at Des Hoincs 1 became acquainted with a linament known as Chamberlaln's Pain Balm, which I found excellent ag'iinst rheumatim as well as against soreness of the throat and chest(giv- in ,II0 much caster breatlling ) I lind a louch of pneumonia early this week and two applications freely applied to the throat and chest relieved nmofit at once. 1 wouhl not be without iS for au3 thing." For sale by C K.ANN. New &dverticements. NOTICE. Bids to gravel 3 hills on tim lower Natchez road. according to specifica- tions on file ill Chancery Clerk's office up to 9 o'clock, A..t . the ih'st Men- (lay in July 1898. The B, ard:reserves the right to reject any aud all bids. C. A. C'OON. Clerk. Woodville, June 11, 1898-4w Bids to both1 a trestle in tile Buffa- lo Swamp ou the lower Natchez road, according to specifications on tile ill Caancery Clerk's office will be receiv- ed up to 9 o'clock A. . on the first Monday in July, 1898. the Board re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. O.A. COON, Clk, June ll. 1893-4w INOTICE. There will be a, meeting of the }ott(i of Education on Monday, June I3th, 1898. JOSEPII JOHNSON. Supt. of Education. M:ay 4, 1898, 4-w. LUMBER, Owing to lhe dull times and strin- gency of the money market, until further notice lumber will be deliver- edin Woodville at$7 50 per thous- and unless stlietly all lleart. W. G. IIuFF, Jn. May, 4, 1898. 4-w. ==- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice to creditors of Estate of II. S VAXEAToxl)cc'd. Letters Testamentary of the will of deceased wcregrantcd to the nuder- siffned executor by the Chancery cour! of Wilkinson county Mississippi, on ttle lstday of June 18'.18. Aud all persons having claims against the estate of ded. are hereby required to IPive Hie same probated and register- ed by the clerk of said Chancery court within one ,,,car A failure to ore- hate and registcrany claim against said estate for one vear fronl the4th day of Junc1898, willharsaid claim. This the 2nd (lay (,f June 1898. PE'rER .,IOLLER, Executor. May 4, 1898, 4-w. CIIAMBEl{LA IN' S C()U( II REME- DY ALWAYS I'R()VES EFFEC- TUAL. There are no botter medicines on the nlarket than Clla,nherlain's. We have used tile Cough Remedy when all others failed, all I in every iustanee it proved effectual. Almost daffy we hear the virtues of (Jhamberl sin's rein edics extoflcd bv those who have used them. This  not an cn]ptyl)uff paid for at st, much a li:m. but is yol- untartly given in good faith, in the hope that suffering hnmauity may try these remedies and. like the writer, be benefiled.---Front tile Glenville (W. Va.) Pathti,lder. For sale by G. KANN. STIAYEI) ()R STOLEN. One small irnn gray mare ab,)ut12 hands high, al)(mt 6years old. ver small head and(tuue spirited. An3 }he i'et, nrniug saille to rile will be re- warded. JAS. I1ENDRICKS let Adams, Miss. 5 14 4w. LUMBER: We are prepared to fill at shor' notieeanvorder for Rough C vpres LUMBEI at, low prices. Gorrespon deuce soliei ted. .INn. F IgVINE & SON. 3 19 9S 6m. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting or trespassing ou fhc Artonish lahds under fence is pro- hibited under full penalty of lhelaw. Any stock remaining on the Artmlish pasture afterFebrnary 15th will be citarged pasturage 50c per nlonth. J. A. (.JILLESPIE. 1 15 1898 ly. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are hereby forbidden tohnut or otherwise trespass on my lands known as the (,ihlart tract, the Lubertv tract and Fleet tract, about 1 mile north-east of Woodville under I}euaRY of the law F. F. BE T. Dec. 19, '9-tf .. j fl II l_adLng Evening euurpaper of the ?South ...... ----A TH[ I- t" rHRE | *'v'O"al DALLY I ''"' $rAXEa], "" Ag the m 1 From Kvery Part of the Earth... l--l--l--l--l--I--l--l--I THE SUNDAY STATES publlehed On Sunday mornlng, IS It l&rga fallly newspaper eanlalnlng every good home [estul O[ modern lournallem. l--',--i--1--}--l--l--I--I aen THE STATES Is the Official Org Of ths City of Now Orleans aria Is overywhera recolnized all . . . . THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC REWFAPEK OF THE $OUTB. TH SEMI-W EEKLY STATES, PubUshod every Tuesday anal Friday, | ontine a carefully selected eynopsis of the latet news Of the davy I TEIIM Ol UlUSIIIPTION: 65C | DAILY STATKS, J 87 MONT  Every Day In the Year, # YgAB" SUND'AY STATICS. .$1.S0 Per )nnum SEMI-WEEKLY ..... $1.00 Per Armum ALL pOSTAGE FREl t ms! package of " BLhCK-DRAUGttT k of ehaxgc a- I TI-IE SALOON IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ,q,, q WITII A FULL :IOC OF : : Pr.T:k=bE LIQ'U O:k=500 ---o SUCII AS o-- OLD OWOPOLE RYE, P UR I Td W tg FE, FlgEWCH BRdWD I", WI&TES, ETC. Choico Stock of FINE C/GAR8 A/ways on Hand. 1 Those is ueed of I URE LIQUORS for medical pnr- m m poses will do well to call and examine my stock. A. S. JOHNSON. i , i ii E: L , L " ( , NNN00@N00N ) l{2 SP00,00I StI1 [g/ All our 1 00' waists for ............................ 50 ets. t[1 N . . , hW,N ] All onr 1 a0 waists for ......  ...................... 1 00 [ ,w[{i/a All the above made by the most renowned waist makers in [{[ tl' this oo.ntrv. }l' [I Full width Brown Linen Skirts we sold them at 1 00 they lW.Ll ] go on this day for .............................. 50 ets.  IVl "" " ' d [0 )(( An our 5 cts aml 1 00 necktksreduce ......... 5C cts. ID, l) All our 35 ets. and 50 cts. neckties reduced to ........ 25 cts. } ,,,. All our 25 cts neckties reduced to ................. : 10 ct. j I'l Wc offer also for this day about 100 styles of Belts at 2o cts. ]l i ::i:!.l!i!!!:l:tilil;::. dayat these matchless barga, ns ! iltlclr'in. . . Rothschdd & Bro, NN00N00NN00 , l-I w Of Ladies Shirt Waist, Sirts, Wee ear tfl dud Belts Tonday Jne 20th 1898. Prices and qua"" ities tells as evidenced by the following: All our 40 cts. waist go for ....................... 25 cts. Laundred Uollars both white aud colored. ,./4] All our 75 cts. waists for ......................... 40 cts. gt '[IL----- FOR SALE The Patrick plantation situated on Ohl River, Wilkinson County, Miss. contalning shout 320 acres. For particu!ars apply to, V. P. S VENTRESS, Woodville, Miss. 3 19 1898 4w. POSITRONS GUARAN' To (Iraduates of IIaaris' Practical Business College, School of Short ilan(t, Telegraphy, ete,, Jackson ?,lisisiplli. We have'bout hf tlie Va.vatt Col- leges here and at Meridian, hut have closed out the one at Meridian, and preparetl to ffive stndeuts tbc very best busiuess traiuing to be had any- where. Catah,gne sent m applica- tion. N. ,I IIAIlRIS, President. Jackson, Miss. Sept. lI, 1897-tf NOTICE I [ia,e just received and will keep coffstantly on hand a full supplyo COFFINS and CASKETS, of Mi SDles, which I will sell at rea- sonable prices. Shop opposite W. C. Bonnys res- idence. TIIOS. ROLAND. Aug. 21, 1897-tf + NEWS! m YOU ",XI1T I1  FRESH 1 i CGURATE 1 TIt00ES- I]EN)CRAT r-- - - Meets thls want by arrange- mcnt with the NeW' York World and the New York Journal to secure all the news furnished by their special cor- respolenta throughout the world. This, together with Associated Press Reports, gives our readers the . COMBINED, I EXgLUSIVE, o * DIREGT, I o i Scrvice of the bcs{ apers in the country. All in" One in THE TDAES-DEMOCRAT, E NEW (RM3AN C. ++++++++++++++++ , ,, , JOSEPH SARPItIE, The Jeweler, Our stock is always complete, comprising tile latest aud newest designs in : : : Diaronds, Watckes, Clocks, Repairing ! Is a special feature of onr hnsiues$ aud WO are confident, with ot, r Prices, Accuracy and Promptness. we can please you : : WE-4 CUARANTEE O U WO/R. S. WIARANTO, ) --DEALER I.-- ." CHotCST Fruits, Oysters, NSIts] of all kinds, and Fresh Family Gro certes. Receives daily Fancy Can- dy of all kinds. Maccaroni eook- ed in the best style, from 9 X, M. fo 8 .' M. Mln St. Opposite Baum, Dampr. .4" Feb 12 98 ly. BRICK ' CEMENT Estimates Furnished Patronag Solicited. Leave Orders with Wett,lin & IIlekey or Ben Brows's, Brbl' Shop. " l.'bB 18 97 2m. ., TRESPASS NOTICE:. + All hunting on Simrall and Sclae- "9 + fer places is stri}:tly prollibited under peraIt f the law. + L. ,r. MAGRUDER. 11 20 97 tf. Uha,nbrays wo,'th Jo pe r yard reduce' to 6 1-2 cents per yartL Childrens tan low quarter &line.4 rnnin= in size fror 3 to 5, were 75 ruced to 5 0cts. "Hsses ta low qiiarter shoes sids 6 to 9 were 85cts reduced to 60cts." e JlTisses tan 10w qarter sho sizes 12 to 2 were 1 5 reduced to 90 cts Ladies low qarr shoes formerly $i.50 reduced to i 00. Zadies tar low qarter shoes forme'r/y 1 reduced to 70cts. ,Mens low qudrteps iJere $i 50 nots 1. Ttwse are  few of the any alues obtainable at this store, and the pi'dent buyer will do well to investi'at& C, SCHAEFEI00 DRUGS and MEDICINES CHFMiC00t00 Public School Books -'anoy and rX'ol.lOt /l.tlb14)I Stationery. Painters SppHes; Cuttlery Frnis: in Hardwa e, Illuminating" Oils: Garden Seed 3fc. Phvslcians recri tlons carefull compounded, and orders err I -.,; cck selected P.!l gri care anffWarafited a's rep,esented. Ct., __.,',., v. 8. 9 I, .--y, __ I "- I I nm [m I F. A. McLAt. W.P.S. VESaTSS McLAIN & VENTRES8, 00tt00r00eysaat C0=seI0n L00w, WOODILLE, MISS. Office in MeGehee building. DR. L. W. MA6RUDEK Physician and Surgeon, OODVILLE, MISS. Olee at residence, April 7, .88 13" DR O. C. CR08S. Dental Surgeou, WOODVILLE, MISS. Office up stairs over the i'otoffice. A. (L BHANNON, WOODVILLE, M ISS' Wilt praetee in all State and United States eourts in this Stato Real estate bought and ", ld on com- mission. Office on g'mm rca' Bow. DR. JOHN F. THERREL, physician and Surgeon WOODVILLE, MISS, Office ou Main St. at hi oldStand IOHN A, LOWRY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. A Full Stock of Metalic and Wood- Bn Coffins: always on hand at IVood- ville, Miss., 24ain . Tl'eSlm;S s Nol,ie. Ai'! persons found hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing on the Bur namwood plantation about 3 mile south of Woodville will be prose cuted to the full extent of the law. A strict watch will be k(p on saint plantation for trespassers. L. W. MAORUDER -]RRIW' . , D.tlat_ &nvone sdlns a sketch  dertpton may qulc)y ascertain our oPtntbn ,free whether .n Inveltlilon Is probabl]r pateataBle. Commuhi'a- ttona tlotlyenfld(mtfid. lfandboo on Pat$ ont frde. Oldest aweaoy for tu0eurtng,lten. Ptnts takeU through unn &-CO/' recelv A handsomely Ill'atated kly, Irgt|r. eulatiou of any se|entlflo Journal; Terms,  a year; four months, SK old by all newedealer HewY It MUNN Co. , D;EALER IN-- Family and Fancy Gro:erf6/ k;,,*,. ta,!oneri6s, Oysters, TropicM' )'t;itd ,l Kmas,Sugar, COffee, FIoO, So Starch, Iaisins, !4uts of all kid" Canned Fruit and Fisl ; &c: Fine band e|lewing Tobaee6 Fresh Bread c'ery day. :Ne ;'l'z plies arriving daily. March 21, 1896=: 'aesPk b'rmE. ' ..... A l hunttng anff trespassing off uetreat and Damernn ptaces is stricty prohibited; under P6ndly of th la; bt Aso 8oW DK. net,, 9Lh '97.tf. TRESPAgS NOTi(E: All hunting, flsld'nl o/ tresplssing on Glen Burme s strictTy ptollibited Under he la W. il Iomer .prm yoked, GEO. T. McGH Any person caught h u,iting, a,If. or other is6 trespassing on tim Frasi.lg Collins OrOld LeWis pfft'ces Will I prosecuted to the full extent oftt aw. All former permissions revolt ed. F.D. LEws, d. lz &i THE BEST SALOON South-West Corner of Public Squal? I have always ou hand a Ul tiot . aticle of TH] nEST VARIETIES THE BEST DBAND8 OF C. GAS, Domeahc and Im ored. Fancy Liquors, Yermofitl, Co:lials.e Bottled and Keg Ber, L(.iona a [cc always on hand. My friends an d entofiers will iwa fiud me ready to d'o business. March 12, 92, OlI