Newspaper Page Text
fiiiBimii o -k
jFHncb! jfUncb! The Latest Craze in Parlor Games, ...For Sale at the... THE BOOK EXCHANGE, L. B. DIVELBISS. Manager. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Hailroad. Effective November 2. 1905. there will be inaugurated ''y the Illinois Central Itailroad Comiiany, a NEW LINE FROM CHICAGO TO Minneapolis TO ' St. Paul Via Rockford. Freeport. Dubuque. Waterloo, and Albert Lea. over which FINE PASSENGER SERVICE will be maintained, consisting of a fast vest! bule nijfht train, the "Limited," handsomely eiiuipied with Through Sleeping Car, Through Buffet-Library Car, Through Reclining Chair Car, Dining Car Service En Route. This line will be convenient for patrons ol the Illinois Central s lines in northern Illinois and eastern Iowa, and particularly so for those south from Chicatro. as it connects in same station at Chicago with trains of the Central from the South. A special descrip tive folder of this new service as well as full particulars concerning the above can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connect int.' lines. A. H. HANSON. General Passenger Atrent. Chicago. 5XL0VISVftI0N STATION iCAIBO MONTGOMERY JACKS0NVIU1 TIME OF TRAINS AT COLUMBUS NORTH BOUND. No. 4, Leaves (daily) 4:27 p. m. No. 24, Leaves (daily) 10:28 a. m So. 12, Leaves (weekdays) 2:26 p. m No. 36, Leaves (week days) 7: 10 a. m SOUTH BOUND. No. 3, Leaves (daily) ....12:01 p. m No. 23, Arrives (week days) 6:08 a. m No. 11, Leaves (week days )10: 28 a. m No. 35, Leaves (week days) ;":20p. ni c. s. Clarke, General Manager, 8T. I.OCIS. C.W.SHEPARD, JNO. M.BEALL, Gen'l Paaa'r Agent. At Gen 1 1'aai'r Agent. OBILK. ST. LOUIS. Recived Fresh Every Week By OSBORNE POPE.. PUB WHISKIES AID WIIES . KOR SALS BY... vJ. H. COLEMAN, FICK ENSVILl-E AL.A. All Brands. All Qualities. All Prices Telephone Connection Free. Goods Delivered by Express Tbroujrh Ethel ville Same Day if Order is Received by 8 a. m. Express Charges Free to Ethelville. Orders Also Filled bv Boat and Wagon. Vie patronize tbc Citizen's long Distance Celepbone and Cclcgrapb Company Its service is prompt and reliable. It wives full and complete service. It has new lines and modern long distance telephones and equipments. It is a home company; itsjpfflcers and its capi ital is of the best Mississippi stock. It does not want the whole earth, but it doe want and will appreciate yonr patronage. It does not attempt to enter into or become a party to ruinous competition rates, but is content to live and let lire. Its success means to you that you do not have to pay one half as much for telephone ser vice as parties in other cities of the same sue In the state have to pay. Its lines extend in every direction into the sur rounding country, and it is continually growing and Is ever striving to meet the increasing demands of its patrons Its employes are intelligent, diligent. energetic and courteous, and their constant effort is to render to its patrons the best telephone service. CHAS. H. HALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will Practice in All Courts of the County and the Supreme Court. Office, Lawyers' Bow, COLUMBUS. MISS, J MOBiueSs) New ORLEANS fc Shi GRAND If Spring VERY Lady in Columbus, Lowndes County and the surrounding: section is invited to attend the Grand Spring Bailey Millinery Emporium JJ ...BEGINNING... fg a To-Morrow, Monday, March 30th (f AND LASTING ALL THE WEEK. Xti WARREN M. COX, fire flnsurance, ...BKPKESENT1NG... The Traders of Chicago, British-American. Toronto. North British and American Insurance Company Philadelphia Underwriters. A Share of Your Business is Solicited. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! j HERE is money in C- lumbus real estate. Others are making it and why not you? The busy season is now over. Sup pose you look into some of these propositions and see their merit. Prices and full information on request. :: Five building lots in northeast Columbus. These lots in the next live vears will sell for 12,000 easy. Price, $1,000. Two hundred and nineteen acres of fine pasture land, jut out side of corporate limits, under wire fence, magnificent loca tion for dairy plant, truck farm, public pasture, poultry farm or similar enterprise. Rented to Al tenant for pres ent year. Will be sold for $2.e00: one-half cash, balance on time at 8 per cent. Large store house, centrally lo cated, fine location for a good business. Is a bargain for the money. Good building lot, cottage and house on Court House Square; all cheap; lot, 79x165, (750; cottage, 1,250; house, $2,000: one-third cash, balance your own time at seven per cent. The Trost home and two lots; the biggest bargain on our books; beautiful home; cen trally located ; all improve ments. Inquire for price. The A. J. Paxton home on the Highlands; whole square; beautiful suburban home with all conveniences and improve ments. Good building lots for colored people near Union Academy; one-third cash, balance in 12 monthly payments. ...For further information apply to... STURDIVANT & WAER Real Estate Agents, COLUMBUS, - MISS. Ice Cream. I have opened my Ice Cream Parlor for the season. The best of cream served and all orders promptly filled, Mrs. M. M. O'Malley. West of Elks' Home. Cumber land Phone 225. See the mercerized chambreys at Cheap Joe's. SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT ! Our complete stock of Spring Goods is now ready for the inspection and patronage of the public. ...We have a full line of... Shirt Waists, Embroideries, Lawns, Dimities, ' AND ALL SPRING DRV GOODS AND NOVELTIES. Men and Boy's Clothing a Specialty. Full Line of Sample Shirt Waists. Come and See Them. "CHEAP JOE." $ Rosenzweig Bros. & Opening I Opening of the,.. E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF M.,aUSB WW. Lace Curtains, Woolen Blankets, Fine Linen, Etc... CITY STEAM LAUNDRY, Sacndeus Bradford. Prop. Big Four THE BEST LINE TO INDIANAPOLIS, PEORIA, CHICAGO And All Points in Indiana and Michigan. CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furn ished on application at City Tick et Office "Big Four Route," 218 4th Avenue, or write to S. J. GATES, Gon. Agt., Louisville, Ky. 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE mmm nr TRADE MARKS Designs Copyrights Ac. Artrone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year: four months, ft. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36IBroadwa New York Branch Office, 626 F St, Washington, I). C. Co., Proprietors. ) ...FOR SALE BY... IJ MAYO & WEAVER, Wholesale Druggists, ; v Main and Market Streets. Columbus. 4 Church, Charity and fteligious Hews 1 Rev. T. W. Lewis returned yesterday from Millsaps Col lege, where he held a series of services. Rev. J. W. Dorman. presiding eldtr of the Methodist church in this district, is holding services in West Point to day. The usual services will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal church during the coming week. The subject of the lecture for next Tuesday is the "Miracles." Mr. Walter Knox, who recently left for Winchester, Tenn., is greatly missed in the Christian Endeavor meetings as he was a valuable assistant in that work. There will be no service in the Christian church to-day as Rev. M. H. Armour lias been called to the bedside of his father, who is very sick at Hickory Flats, Miss. Rev. Thomas Lipscomb will oc cupy the pulpit of the Second Methodist church at both the morning and evening service to day, having been invited to preach by Rev. J. B. Randolph, the pastor. The morning ser vice occurs at eleven o'clock and the evening service is at 7:30 o'clock. All are invited. Rev, J. B. Oakley, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, has received an invita tion from Rev. R. A. Cody, of Meridian, to conduct a revival service at the First Presbyterian church in that city beginning three weeks from to day. Mr. Oakley has accepted the invita tion, and the meetiner will last two weeks. Regular services in the Cum berland Presbyterian church to day conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Oakley. The con gregation of the Baptist church is invited to join with the Cum berland Presbyterian church in worship at the morning service. Subject this morning: "An Abundant Entrance." Regular evening service at 7:30 o'clock. The Fifth Sunday meeting of the Columbus Baptist Associa tion is now in session at Stark viile with a large number of del egates in attendance. The meet ing began last Friday and it will continue through to-day, closing to-night. There will be no ser vice in the First Baptist church this morning as Mr. Miller, the pastor, is in attendance upon this meeting, but there will be regular service to-night, as he will return on the evening train for that purpose. Among those who are in attendance upon the meeting are Rev. A. J. Miller, Rev. BE. M. Long, Rev. W. W. Whitfield and wife, Mrs. Jobe, Mrs. A. C. Halbert, Mrs. A. C. Myers, Next Sunday beincr the first Sunday in the month Rey. A. J. j Miller will bgin his annual meet-, iug at the First Baptist church j and it will continue for twelve days and is expected to greatly revive interest in his church as well as bring many erring souls t the cause of Christianity and the Master. Service will be held twice each day in the morning at t-n and at eight at night. Mr. Miller will be assisted by Evan gelise Paul Price, of Urbana, Ohio, a earnest and zealous work er, who has assisted him before in these meetings. A cordial in vitation is extended the public generally to attend these meet- What is Life? In the last analysis nobody knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law, even slightly, pain results. Irregular living- means derangement of the organs, resulting in constipation, headache or liver trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle yet thorough. Only 25c at Chapman & Mavfield's dru? store. Commencement Exercises. The commencement exercises of the Industrial Institute and College begin this year on May 24th when the sermon will be preached in the chapel of the in stitution by Rev. W. B. Millsaps, president of Millsaps College, Jackson. The baccalaureate ad dress will be delivered on Tues day, May 26th, by Hon. E. S Candler, of Corinth. In connec tion with these exercises there will be an exceptionally fine in dustrial display. The graduating classes this session are the largest ever re corded in the history of the Col- ege and they signalize the great est year of its usefulness. There will be twenty-two graduates m the literary department and sev enteen who have finished the nor mal course and who go forth qualified to take up the work of teaching. In addition to these there wTill be about sixty certifi cates of proficiency in the indus trial arts. The commencement promises to be one of the largest and best ever held and the num ber of visitors from all parts of the State will be unusually large. Ye disciples, Isaac Walton, hail! Our new tackle is here. New poles, sinews. Call at once. Mayo & Weaver. Short Items of Interest. Caladiums. Laws. Tomato plants. Laws. Elephant's ears. Laws. Embroideries, laces at Cheap Joe's. Fish seines at Curry, Lipscomb & Caine's. The Steamer Hard Cash is ex pected Tuesday. See the beautiful line of me dallions at Cheap Joe's. Mercerized Linens, all colors, 15c yard. Surprise Store. Just received at Simon Loeb & Bros.', 5,000 yards of fancy matting. Call early and make your se lection of tine tackle at Mayo & Weaver's. Selig's stock of boys elothing is the nattiest ever shown in Columbus. The season's supply of base ball, bats and mits at Chapman & Mayfield's. Get your moth balls now to put away with your winter clothing. Chapman & Mayfield. Take no other. "Trade Marks" stand alone in their class as 5c cigar. Base balls, bats, masks, mits and gloves at Curry, Lipscomb & Caine s. Six good, second hand show cases for sale cheap. Chapman & Mayfield. Our embroideries cau't be sur passed in desiurn and price, at Cheap Joe'. Now is the time to use ' Kil-A- Bug." 25cts a bottle. Chap man & Mayfield. Clerk's duplicate sales book memorandums and time books W. N. Munroe & Co. Fishing tackle of all kinds New styles, large assortment. Chapman fe Mayfield. Fresh Saur Kraut at 4c a lb. and German Dill Pickles at 40c i gallon at Silberberg's. 1-14-tf We have a sample line of shirt waists that we are selling very cheap. See them" at Cheap Joe s. The many friends of Mr. Wil Matt Quinn will regret to learn that he has had to leave Fayette ville, Tenn., where he has been attending school, on account of ill health. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McClure Jr.. arrived from Greenville last night at 11 o'clock and will be the guests of Capt. and Mrs. W. J. McClure, Sr., until the high waters subside in the delta. Mr. S. L, Caine, who is the able and efficient secretary of the State pharmaceutical board, announces that the spring exam ination of applicants will occur in Jackson on April 7th, a week from next Tuesday. Mr. Ike Winston, of Stark ville, has located in the city and has engaged in the brokerage business. Mr. Winston has a number of friends in Columbus who are glad that he has decid ed to cast his lot here. Mr. M. H. Dooley. Capt. T. R. Sharp and Mr. Z. P. Landrum, all representing the Southern Railway, have been busily en paged the past week settling up claims arising from the Injuries received in the Berry wreck. Mrs. P. N. Wood, accompanied by hpr daughter, Mrs. A. G. Payne, and three children, ar rived Friday night from Green ville and are the guests of Dr t i r i T-v m ii i anu ivirs. j. u. ivicijujiougn in this city. They will remain here while the water continues to threaten their home. Conductor A. J. Smith and his wife leave to-day for a visit to At lanta and to Washington. No railroad man running into this city has more friends than Jack Smith and in his vacation, which follows months of hard and con- tinous work, all wish him a pleas ant time. Postmaster Wood is in receipt of a letter from the Postmaster General in which he states that on account of the new postoffice not being completed and the sidewalks of the city not being put m condition the free delivery of mail will not be extended to this city until some time this fall Caret Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes June 10th. 1899: "I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheu matism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than anv medicine or anything I have ever tried. Enclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me a large bottle by express. boia oy curry, Lapscomb & Caine. Fresh Saur Kraut at 4c a lb., and German Dill pickles at 40c a gallon at Silberberg's. 1-14-tf Look over the cigar case for a Trade Mark cigar. It only costs you 5 cents. WHY? Why is R 2ood suggestion like a crying baby at n public gather ing. Because it should be car ried out. Again we suggest that you visit us at our Big Department Store, and view the beautiful stock of goods that we have placed before an appreciative public. We are indeed glad to say that our suggest ions, as well as our goods, are being daily carried out by those who do not allow good chanc es and gni tn chandise to give them the slip. Our lines are nearly complete in every depart ment, and as they are too numerous to make any par ticular mention, we simply wish you to remember that OUR STRONGEST ARGUMENT Is in qualities, styles and prices when you conn1 to convince yourself at Simon Loeb & Bro. "The Leaders." Corner College and Market Streets, Columbus, Miss. Mr. Eli Roan, an old man who resided in Ward No. 6, died last Thursday afternoon and was buried on Friday afternoon in Friendship Cemetery, Roy. J. B. Oakley officiating. Mr. Roan was formely employed in the factory and he leaves a wife aud two children to mourn his death, which resulted from consump tion. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Has world-w We fame for marvelous cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for cute, corns, burns, boils, sores, felons, ul cers, tetter, salt rheumatism, fever sores, chapped hands, skin eruptions; infallible for piles. Cure uaranU-'Ml. Only 25c at Chapman A Mayfield's drvur store. The friends of Mrs. Hamilton Leith, formerly the beautiful Miss Bessie Newman of this city, will regret to learn of her death which occurred in New York City a short time ago. Wanted. Small house. Apply to Stui d ivant & Maer. Express rates nave been re duced from Carrollton to Colum bus. Telephone your orders by ten each morning if you want delivery the same day. RoiiiNSON & Park i:u, 7-20 tf Carrollton. Ala. Pouutain pens, (Waterman's) pencils, pens, tablets etc. W. N. Munroe & Co. Corned Beef, Ihe beat, at Rabb's Meat Market. Telephone your orders. WANTE We want to buy 1 OO Mules, twoand three years old. For further informa tion apply to PEACHER & GASTON. Eclipse Livery Stable, COLU M BUS. MISSISSIPPI. J. M. Street. President Jos. DoNiKiHia, Warren M. Cox. Merchants and COLUMBUS, cpitSlL, S3S.coo.oo. rrrijLT j.ttd. W Do a General Commercial Banking and Savings Hank Bu: Equipped with Are- and burglar-proof vaults principal cities, solicits deposits, etc. EXAMINE Or "SAVINGS BANKS" EE ATI III Handsome steel savings banks furnished you Free DIBECTOES : J. M. Street, Jos. Donotchue, E. C. Chapman. D. D. Stephenson, T. T. O. Burris, A. H. Pejrues, J. T. Wood. We Solicit and Will Appreciate ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Cheap Furniture, Medium Furniture, F INE URNITURE QUNTER BROS Sewing Machines $ in. 00 to :;: 00, No a t of Pi Lnj ami ai The largest complete 1 1 i ami takers' the GUNTI:R BROS. in rife M KOKKltT V.. HK'I'T- MONEY TO L B!il IS & SIURMVANT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office. Lawyer' Row, Front ol Court H( Cotton eUmioe a popular inexpensive weave shown a lig's in all colors. 3 Vice-President. Assistant "ashi.r. K. C Farmers Bank, MISSISSIPPI. and safes. Buy- and selK excuanff and three per cent, intt-rost paid on W. Hardy. J. W. Steen. the Patronage of the Public.