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TW Will VEAR. )li;m bus, m i ss i ssi v n thtt&sdat morning, may 21,1903. PRICK: FIYKCKN VVTCH t ANNOUNCEMENTS .). H. SHARP. FOR RAILROAD COMMISS J. T. SENTER. iron oistbict ttok OKI . T. MIT('tIKI.I FOB SKH ITOR : 101 1. U,-T SI UK. I'. W. MAKR A. J. K I (lit oil CH VN :kuv II.KKK I). T. GASH N T. A. I , ; iLESTOI rOK T A HESSO .!( 'I I ft W 1 1 .1 .1 . MS ;i : . p, 1 1 a B v r. x km; si PKKVl FO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE : J. M. WAKE u. n. i'oi From Sunday's Paper. The worm has turned. As long as the injunction was used as a legitimate method of right itig wrong and bringing about measure, nui me v ei y moment capital used it to coerce labor and moot the usefulness OI the in junction as an agency for good issued by I he con ft s ha YO proven a strong weapon in the hands of capital and labor unious were quick to follow in acquiring the advantages which it gives. Thus we se labor using the injunction to battle With as well as capital and the pas! week presented a forcible instance at Omaha when the business men's association was enjoined from refusing to sell to dealers who employ union labor, from boycotting union la bor; to "cease holding meetings and conspiring against labor Of interfering with labor in the management of its affairs. " The next step will probably be to en join your opponent from eating or sleeping uutil he accedes to your demands. Knights ot try tnias at their re cent session in Meridian did the handsome thing by the Orphan -ages of the State voting $200 to the Protestant Orphanage at Natchez and $100 each to the de nominationa! orphanages, amoi g them being the Palmer Orphan age of this city. Postmaster Genera) l nouuees that no more fr ru ra i delivery routes will be establish ed uutil after July 1st which is the end of the fiscal year. This decision will be disappointing lo the people of Lowndes county who have several petitions pend ing before toe department. Go out and hear the candidates to-morrow. Weigh well the is sues and the men with the view of giving Mississippi's highest office to a man worthy of this exalttd position. M P n andidates and all others ome. Rev. A. J. Miller is home from the Southern Baptist Convention which me? the past week at Sa vaunah, Ga. Mr. Miller was con tinued as vice-president for Mis sissippi of the Sunday School Board of the church. He reports the most successful meeting of the convention iu its history and the greatest work accom nlished iu the South. Iu the percent of increase of funds raised for hom and foreigu missions M ississippi led all other St ttes aud made a fine showing all along the hue. The convention meets in Nash ville next year- uesday. old Confederate soldiers, which .!; w II ' held next Tues day ;li ' to ist s ( Imi cli ('alh'- a 1 1 :(!;! i u iJ the men who form- I ed ill ,str of honor when the: ooo.v oi S Mith's great chief- ; tain wkh filov! from NfeV Or-1 Jeans to i! last resting place iu j Richmond, By special invitation; of the ladies of tlr- Jefferson Da vis Memorial Committee all of the members t this escort will! attend save one and he has joiu-1 ed the great leader across the i river. Col, .1. L. Power. The members d this Escort of Botior who have been'invitedl and ! who will attend this service are: ren. S. I). Lee, Col. K, T. iSykes, Brig. Gen. .7. R. Bin ford of Duck Greenville; Col. II. J Harding Jackson; Col. J. R. Mcintosh,; vitte; .Judge New nan Cayce, Col umbus and Maj. Pat Henry, their badges of mourning worn Commencement Pronram. tiientj program Enstitute and the Industrial Iee which will close the 1 7tfa annual session. The exercises begin next Sun day and President Kiucauuou in vites the people of Columbus and the county to attend. The pro gram is as fOlfOWS '. Commencement sermon Sun B, M urrah. vV. B. Murrah. i Monday j n in o'clock a. DO. to 4 o'clock p. m. Bach at 8 o clod;, ue morning, May 20, at 10:80 o'clock. Baccalaureate address by Hon. j EL S. Candler, Jr., member of congress from the First district, j The graduating class at the In- dust rial Institute and College! tins year will be the largest in histn of the institution, young ladies have led during the ses Not a Sick Day Sine;. iH-y trouble. I tried all sorts of h i!! h none of which relieved me. One daj I saw an ad. of your Klectrie Bitters and determined to try that. Afit i- taking a few doses I felt reliev ed, and soon thereafter was entirely -iiiti:, and have not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of mine have been cured ol rheumatism, neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles and general de bility. This is whai l. F. liass, of Fremont, N . ('.. writes. Only 50o at Chapman & Mavlield. druggists. Columbus Hears a Oowieite. Wm. D. (oiy, a follower of Dowie, appeared in Columbus last Wednesday and held a num ber of services here, preachiug in the morning at eleven, in t he afternoon at three and in the evening at six o'clock upon the street corners. He was listened to with curiosity aud interest by manv a nd his peculiar faith aud preaching excited great com ment. Mr. Gay is from Mont gomery, Ala., is a man of refine ment, wealth and intelligence and is profoundly earnest in his work. His mission here closed on Friday afternoon but he an nounces that he will return again to keep up the work which The Heunion. The reunion of the Confeder ate s jdlors will occur at New Orleans Tuesday and continue three (.lays. Large numbers of the I sham Harrison and E. C. Leech camps of this section wi 1 be in attendance, some leaving yesterday, some to day aud a large crowd will leave to morrow via the Southern and Mobile & Ohio routes. Gen. Stephen D. Lee left yesterday and will be day, accompanied by his daugh ter. Miss -Augusta. The Veter ans from this section while in New Orleans will be with Mrs. Maben, 70S St. Joseph street. For Those Who Live on Farms. Dr. Berjrin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I have used Ballard 'a Snow Laniment; always re 'ommend it to my friends as 1 am confident that there is no better Those who live on farms areespecial ly liable to many accidental cuts, burns anu bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is ap plied. Ft should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency. 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Curry, Lipscomb & th t our prices on Ice Cream Freezers. All sizes and the best makes. Banks Hardware Co. Public Speaking. Hon. E. F. Noel, of LexiofTtOn and Hon. Frank Critz of West Point are expected to be in the city to morrow for the purpose of present tug their gubernator ial earxiidacy to the people of Lowndes county. Mr. Noel has accepted the invitation to speak here atld it is understood that Mr. Critz wili also he present white many nf tlie State candi dates are expected. Speaking will follow the organization of court to-morrow morning at the Court House and ladies are in vited and expected. The New Cotton King. The stirring events in the cot ton world for the past ten days and the prominent part played by W. P. Brown, of New Orleans, formerly of Caledonia, causes the New York Herald to hail him as the new cotton king. Mr. Brown, in cornering the market, has brought t he cotton world to his feet, and has well earned the reputation of beiug one of the most successful and daring speculators and manipulators of his time. Referring to last Tuesday's developments in the cotton situation the Herald says: "The short interest is enor mous, i lie demand irora spin-j ners for actual cotton is good.' "With these words sent out by j telegraph W. P. 'Brown, the new king of cotton, set the world of i spectators crazy to day, and the local cotton exchange was tilled all day with a mob of wild brokers'. "Prices swung up and clowu with sickening swiftness, and many bulls and bears were ruined as the deadly pendulum! of quotations touched first the! stop loss orders of the bears and ; then those of the bulls. After aj day of erratic tmdiug the mar ket closed at the lowest in a state of complete demoraliatation.about &l a bale below the close of Mon-1 day. "Among the frightening re-1 porta of the day was one that Mr. Brown was at the head of a $40,000,000 pool, the members j of which were pledged to let their money remain in his hands i until he had taken the cotton market away from New York and located it permanently in New Orleans, where Southern-! era feel it ought to be. Certain it is chat New Orleans, through Brown, lias been in control of the market since last Wedues- i day." Disastrous Wrecks. (Jarelessnes is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same auses are making human wrecks Oi sufferers from throat and lung troubles. But since the advent of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, eourhs and colds, even the worst cases can be cured, and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary. .Mrs. iois t rag, of Dorchester, Mass., is one of the many whose life was saved by Dr. King's New Discovery. This great remedy is guaranteed for all throat and lunjjf diseases by Chapman & Majfield, druggists. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles free. New Road to Demapolis. A special of Birmingham of re cent date says: "The Tombigbee River Rail road Company will file a petition for a charter this week to con struct a railroad fnun Aberdeen, Miss., to Linden, Ala., via De mopolis, 150 miles in length. The capital stock is given at 000,000. Right of way has been secured part of the way and do nations amounting to $150,000 aud 25,000 acres of timber lands are said to have been given al ready. A petition for a charter is to be Sled simultaneously in Mis sissippi. The new route will be a short one from St. Louis to Pensacola, Flu., it being the pur pose of the new company to build later from Linden to Pensacola. The American Guarantee Com pany, of Chicago, will assist the new railroad. "The Fiddle and the Bow." Ex-Gov. Robt. Taylor appear ed in this city last Friday night at the College chapel for the ben efit of the Palmer Orphanage, giving his masterpiece, "The Fiddle and the Bow." This beau tiful lecture has been heard iu this city before, but this fact did not detract from the appreciation with which it was received on Friday evening. A large au dience was pleased and the lec ture was thoroughly enjoyed. A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the le of J. B. Urner, of Franklin Grove, 111. It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years. Then Bucklen's Ar nica Salve cured. It's just as good for burns, scalds, skin eruptions and Piles 2e at Chapman & May field's drutf store. Diabolical Attempt to Wreck Trains. I A fiendish nd diabolical at t-m nt t wreck trains on the Greenville dn era Railway don of the South between Eupora j aud Grady was made last Thurs day night. West bound passen- I ger train No. 35, with Engineer Graham Jones at. the throttle, I struck an obstruction of ties on j a trestle in this section and a fearful wreck was narrowly averted by his presence of mind in reversing his engiue and apply ing the raergency brake. A few hours later the east bound pas senger train, No. $8, with Engi neer Amzi Cheatham on the box encountered a pile of cross ties on a cattle guard about one mile from the 'scene of the first at tempt. Fortunately he saw the obstruction in time to stop hts train and save another catas trophe. It is not Wiown who attempt ed to do this fiendish act, but it is believed among the railroad authorities that it has resulted from a desire for revenge upon the part of some one in that sec tion and that it is the putcome of the arrest of a boy down there recently for rocking a train. Do teclives are at work on the case The Demopolis Road. As will be seen from a special seut out from Birmingham anew railroad company is to be char tered in Alabama and Mississip pi to be known as the Tombigbee River Railroad Company. While the chartering of a railroad does not necessarily mean that it will be built, iu this ease, without knowing who is behind this en terprise, it would not' be surpris ing if this projected road should materialize, The Bigbee Valley is one of the richest sections on the globe, its timber and agri cultural resources are unsur passed and it has been the ob ject of attention from railroad builders for a ioug time past. While this company is to be char tered as the Tombigbee River Railroad Co. and is assured of a liberal backing from Chicago cap italists it is believed it is a move of the Frisco system and ulti mately it means that this road will have au outlet at the sea at Pensacola. A direct line from Aberdeen to Demopolis as the crow ilies will pass within a few miles of Columbus aud no matter who is behind the new project it cer tainly means that this city will have a new road. Even should the road not come here Colum bus would have to build a spur track to it in order to protect and hold its Bigbee river trade. However, this matter has not developed far enough yet to know what probability there is of the construction of the road. The Citizen's League will probably keep an eye on the situation with a view of protecting Columbus. There is no luxury which adds as much to the house as wire screens and doors. We have them in all styles aud prices. Let us take your measurements and orders. Satisfaction guar anteed. Banks Hardware Co. Bene Pains, Itching, Scabby Skin Diseases. Swellings, Carbuncles, I'imples, ScrofuI Permanently cured by taking Hotanie lilood i. ':?. J'lcusaut and safe to tali: Thoroughly rested for 39 years. Composed of Pure Botanic Ingredients'. Strengthens weak kidneys and weak sfomai-hs, cures ityp-ptia. He hare orer 10,'M0 original signed testi monials of curet made by JJ. IS. B. that stayed atrest, 5 r you have aches and pains in bones, tiaok ami joints. ;ti-lr.ng Scabby Skin, Blood feels hot or thin. Swollen Saada, Kismya andltunipson the Skin. Munis Patches in Mouth, Sore Throat, Pimples, or offensive eruptions, Copper-Colored Spots or rash on Skin, all run-down, or nervous, fleers on any part of the body. Hair or Eye brows falling out. Carbuncles or lioi'.s, take Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteed to cure even the worst and most deep-seated cases where doctors, patent medicines, and hot springs fail. Heals all sores, stops all aches and pains, reduces all swellings, makes blood pare and rich, completely changing the entire body into a clean, healthy condition. B. B. B. has cured thousands ol cases of Blood Poison even after reaching the last stages. Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Kczenia are caused by an awful poisoned condition of the Blood. B. B. B. stops Hawking and Spitting, Itching and Scratching, Aches and Pains ; cures Kbeomatism, Catarrh ; heals ail Scabs, Scales. Eruptions, Watery Blisters, foul festering Sores of Eczema; by giving a pure, healthy blood supply to affected parts. Cancer Cured Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancers of all Kinds, Suppurating Swellings, Eating Sores, Tumors, ugly I' leers. It kills the Cancer Poison and heals the sores or worst cancer perfectly. If you have a persistent Pimple, Wart, Swellings, Shooting, Stinging Paina, take Blood Balm and they will disappear before thej develop into Cancer. Many apparently hopeless cases ot cancer cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm. OCR OUABAKTEK. Irlee Si per larjr' bottle, Orugaiat or by Eipmi, Take Hotnnie Hlootl Kiilm iu directed on label. It il' eumwhes the right quantity la lakrs. if you are not cured the purthaae priee will be refunded vithout argument. (Signed) Blood It aim Co. Complete directions for home cure with each bottle. Sample of R. R. R. Pre by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble, and special tree medical advice also sent in sealed envelope. For Sale by Curry, Lipscomb & Caine. Mill r ' COUNTY NEWS. Rev. W. W. Whitfield announces that he will preach at Fort Springs Baptist church on the fifth Sunday of this month and all are invited to hear him. Our heartfelt sympathies are extended to Mr. aud Mrs. L C. Miller, of Bent Oak, in the death of their infant daughter, Mildred, who died Tuesday morning. She was buried the following day at Schaeffer's Chapel in the pres ence of many sorrowing friends. The Dispatch has received from two of its friends, Mr. W. D. Phillips and Mr. W. T Wheel er euckle bur plants with burs well developed, which is au un usual phenomenon for this sea son of the year. The cuckle bur's growth is usually associated with the fall and its early development in these instances is accounted for in the mild spring which this section has had. Mrs. J. T. WTaller died last Sunday night at Crawford of Blight's disease. She was a gentle. Christian character whose death is universally re gretted in the community in which she resided. 8he leaves a husband and three children besides numberless friends to mourn her death. Mrs. Waller was buried in the Crawf rd cemetery Monday afternoon. Tnii: Dispatch extends its deep est sympathies to the nereav d ones The Dispatch subscription list continues to grow and we have the following to thank for new subscriptions as well as for renewals: C. O. Shackle ford, City; R. E. Wtllbouroe, Meridian: Dr. M. S. Chandler. City; S. J. Loft is, City; J. D. Loftis, Indian Territory; F, M. Richards, Rich aids, Ala.; Jas. F. McCool. Kos ciusko: L. T. Clegg, Maben; H. D. Foote, Jr.. Lumberton; Nathan Daugherty, City; C. H. Ervin, Crawford: Dr. H. F. Broyles, City; Green Henry, Steens; Ed. Davis, Birmingham: R. P. Nick les, Steens; T. B. Basinger, City: S. F. Rickman, Stafford; Tol. W. Stinsou, Birmingham; J. A- Perkerson, Caledonia; S. E. F. Rose, West Point, Miss.; Jack! Shackleford, Courtland, Ala.; Gary H. Cocke, City: R. J. Sand ers, Caledonia: J. M. Hughson, Steens; H J. Dodds, Caledonia, and others. Ha'f Rates to St. Louis. Account Thirty-first Saentrerfest of North American S&ecgerbund, St. I-ouis, Mo., June 17-20, 190.5, Mobile & Ohio agents will sell tickets at rate of one faiv plus 'lo cents for the round trip. Dates of sale June lt-17, lio:;. Ask agents, or write Jno. M. Beall, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, for paitieu- MississipDi Matters. Duraut shipped $13,000 worth of strawoerries in one week re ceiiUy. Jackson has organized a hund red thousand dollar grocery com pany. The Capital iscomiug and coming fast. Hon. Jas. Thames, district at torney of the Vicksburg district, well known here, will deliver the oration at the University com mencement this year. Jackson has a new $100,000 brick company to make brick un der a new process, the same being made of sand and lime and closely resembling stone. Among the suggestions of er ror overruled the past week by the Supreme Court was one iu the case of J. J. White, guardian vs. P. P. Jenkius from this coun ty. Chancellor H. C. Conn, of the Fifth chancery district, died at his home in Hazlehurst last Wed nesday after a lingering illness. Gov. Longino has appointed Hon. K. P. Mays, of Hazlehurst to suc ceed him. Jackson is cleaning her streets and making great preparations to celebrate the laj'ingof the cor ner stone on J une 2nd and 3rd. Adjt. Gen. Henry has order-d the entire National Guard of the State, 1800 men, to the caoitol for the occasion. The members rf the State Medical Board have been in ses sion the past week at Jackson ex amining 177 applicants to prac tice medicine iu this State. The applicants are graduates of the medical colleges at Memphis, Mobile and New Orleaus princi pally. Brig.-Gen. John A. Webb, of Jackson, has appointed Miss Rena Jones of Brookhaven, Mis.. sponsor for the First Brigade Mississippi Veterans to the New Orleans re union. He also an nounces the appointment of fifty COLDS EM TH2 II CAD, SORE THROAT. CROLP, FROST CITES, SORE CHEST, SWELLINOS and alt INFLAMMATIONS. Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy. IT SOOTHES, IT HEALS, IT CURES. 2RO BOo fe fcl.OO nOTTLEH. For Sale bv MAYO & WEAVER. SOLOMON & LEVI, Establish m ink.. f t t BIRMINGHAM, ALA. fee !';tnii!v Trade. IVf Sell No Iiuitalmus. (icnuine GmJs lwa-. We curry u fu!l line of Imported :nd Domestic Wines and Iiiuors. (e-.pcc i adapted for medfoioaJ purposes), ootnpristag most of the popular brands f Wines, Champagnes, Jfinora, Liuueurs. lieers. Ales. Stout. Mineral Waters. Etc. The fol lowing is only ;i partial list of the brands we carry in stock. We will be pleased to mail ou a full ;ist on application. 3?l Shenandoah Rye Old UnooUl County Old North Carolina Corn, old) B. O. B., (Blair O. & nail Maryland Kye Canada Kye Malt Deep Sprit)!.'. Lincoln Co Paul Jones XX XX. Wilson Whiskey Paul Jones K ar Star. . . ( 'hestertield Kye Cascade t. w. Samuel old Oscar Pepper ( 'In ke Pnjre Kye Oreea River Oreen River, (lives) 'auadian Club Murray Hill C!u! Upper Ten Hunter Kye Jack Daniels No. 7 Saratoga Kye Mount Vernon Three Feathers Ktaf William. V.O. I. S t lid Forester Old Forester, four quart levar's Special Scotch Aud i Usher Spec. Res. California Brandy t t t 1.00 1.00 Mill 1.00 75c 140 1.00 l.Sa 1 Jr. i . ir l . .'. I JO t.2B 1.00 1 i i. a I4S 1.25 1.25 1 .50 I Iu i :'.: I .an IJM 1 ,00 Port and Sherry Wine, per grallon 1 1. 00. IfcM, fcom and Apple and Peaeta Brandy, per gallon i.ou. :Oni and (Jin. per trallon 02-00, 08.00 and Kye and Bourbon Whiskies, per gallon 0S.OO, 2.50, 3.00. 3.50. 1.00 and North Carolina Corn, per gallon -.oo. .' ."o and Try Our Lackman Brewing Co.'s Finest Cincinnati Beer at $1.00 per dozen, less twent cents per dozen for empties returned. ...(Jooijs Pa'kki in Plain Boxaa... maids of honor, but Columbus is not represented. The Grand Lodge of Pythians adjourned last Wednesday at Meridian after deciding to meet next year at Gulf port and elect ing the following officer: L. J. Adler, past grand Chancellor, Vicksburg; K. M. Kelly, grand chancellor, Vicksburg; E. S. Candler, grand vice chancellor, Corinth: H. M. Quin, grand keep er of records aud seals, Center ville; B. F. Thomas, grand mast er of exchequer, Grenada; J. T. Senter, grand prelate, Columbus: F. M. Johnson, grand master at arms, Moss Point; Gus 0. Ken dall, grand inner guard, &leri dian; W. A. Sessious, grand out er guard, Clarksdalc: W. D. Cam eron, supreme representative. Meridian. Miss Clarice Snyd.r. til" 1-2 S. Gth Ave., Quiney, Ills., says: "I have used I'aracaniph for Neuralgia and found it (be best preps' ration i have ever used, also the t t remedy for Burns, Cuts and Sun burns. I take pleasure in recommend- lug same to others. I'aracaniph com forts all hurts. Try a 25c bottle. Mavo Weaver. In Memory. After a long aud painful illness, iti spite of all that skilled physi cians conic) do to alleviate his suffering, Mr. T. M. Morris breathed his last on last Sunday morning. It vas a heart break ing scene, when the Death Angel came and knocked on the door bearing t he summons calling one just in the bloom of young man hood. There are many who will miss the sound of his manly voice, his pleasant smile aud the pres sure of his warm hand. But !tis not all of life to livr nor all of death to die." This life is full of heart aches and trials, partings and sad good byes, but it will soon be over; soon the dark clouds will vanish; God wili biud up your broken hearts and will seud sun shine hope aud sweet peace into your darkened lives. After an appropriate address on the life aud character of the deceased, by Rev. John A. Eg ger, the body of our beloved friend was laid to rest in Lone The life of God in light, Free from all sin aud trials. In heaven there is no nijrht. Farewell to him. Clod knows best, 'Tis He who has taken his soul to His soul is higher than the skies. "A Friknd. " Caledonia, May 12, 1903. Old fashioned, rebelled sugar house molasses at W. R. Mc Manus. ' miAt 1 IUUVIUUV1I Relieves Instantly and Cures Quickly AT A.L1. OOOD DRmOISTS. t E ITZZZx, BOTTLE California Cognac Brandy, very old Otard DttpU . Co.. Three Star James Hennessey Three Star J. & V. Martell Three Star Hddison's Apricot Brandy trarnier's Apricot Brandy "Kafle" Apricot, Brandy V under Kamp Holland Gin, Us V adder Kamp Holland Gin, 5 a Field s Sloe (Jiu Jordou Dry ( Jin t 'oai e's Plymouth lin Burnett's Tom Jin M.vndert Genera Holland Gin Mistletoe Tom (Jin I '.st Hoorn Holland Gin. Phosphate in Field s Jamaica Rom London i'k Jamiea Hum St. Croix Kum (white) Medford Rum ( white! Gittti Cocktails Whiskey .. Sasarae '.Martini ... Gold Mon f Manhattan 1 Seuppernontr Wine Sacramental Wine .Angelica Wine Port Wine Muscatel Wine Malaga Wine Tolcaj Wine Sherry Wine I.S8 1 .00 ;m IC 5oe Doing Pretty Well. The Dispatch is doiug pretty wyell, thank you. Among the new subscribers who added their names to our list the past week were: Mrs. L. C. West, City; Miss Cliffie Cox, City; Mr. W. M. Kidd, Wood; Mrs. H. A. Egger, Caledonia; Louis Appling, City: J. W. Perkerson, Caledonia; H. J. Dodds, Caledonia; W T. Pitts, Iudianola: Sam Reese, Cooper, Miss; C. J. Gillis, Elba, Miss. Cured of Eczema. Mr. Dan A. BtiggSi Glasgow, K . says; "About two years SffO, 1 bad Kczema so bad that I could scarcely sleep at all. I purchased ;i bottle of I'aracaniph and made not over on dosen applications, when I was entire ly well. 1 highly recommend Para eamph for all Irritations of tin- skin and would not be without it in my home." Paracamph soothes, cools and heals. Try a 2;c bottle. Mayo & Weaver. Cotton Mill Merger Assured. A special from New York to the New Orleans Picayune states that the merger of a large number of the cotton mills of the South will soon be completed. The preliminary work of the merger has been completed and mills will be taken in by the trust as fa their titles can be examined and passed upon. President T. O. Burris an nou need a few days ago that if the cotton mill merger scheme was carried to success the Tom bigbee Mill would probably be in it and the special would iudi cate that a sale is probable. The sale of this well known mill means much for Columbus. It will continue to be operated and overhauled and improved while the money paid for it by foreign capitalists will im mediate ly seek investment in other man ufacturing enterprises here. World Wide Reputation. White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation a beintfthe best of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic influence on weak and unthriftv children, as it neutral izes the acidity or sourness of th stomach, improves their digestion and assimilation of food, strengthens their nervous system and reston -them to the health, vigor and elasti t ity of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at Curry, Lipscomb & Caine's. Olives of. the most delicious flavor, all sizes. Borne as cheap as teu cents. If you are fond of olives come and see our assort ment of them. Irion & Neilson Why pay trust profits for au inferior article, when something better can be obtained at a less price. Try Jack Frost hakiug powder. 5-1 8-1 mo.