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c The Kaufman-Simon nuptials, ; which occur in this city on June 4th at the First Methodist church at 8:30 o'clock in the eve ning. promise to be exceptional ly brilliant and elaborate. Fur the occasion the church will be handsomely decorated and the wedding party iucludes a large number of the bride and groom's friends. Miss Kaufman will be attended by her sister, Miss Lottie, as maid of honor, while Mr. Simon's best man will be his brother, Mr. W. Simon, from Montgomery. The bride's maids will be Misses Jessamine Rice, Bertha Rice, of Montgomery: Miss Stella Marks and Miss Adelaide t t nor: r, of II be , of ' At rvin r isc Mobile. The groomsmen wi Messrs. S. L Rosenbaum Gadsden: Herbert Simon, o1 lanta; Leopold Loeb and I Kaufman, of this city. 'i he ushers will jr be : Messrs. S. J. Loeb, H. Selig, J. A. Loeb, of this city, and Messrs. L. J. Weil, T. T. Greil, M. Gerson and H. Moog, of Montgomery, and M. Good wan, of Stark ville. After the ceremony, which will be per Mr formed by Rev. Dr. Herz, Simon and his bride will leave for a trip to the East. There are no cards and a genera! invitation has been issued to the friends of the bride and the family to at tend. Miss Lucile Hardy entertain ed her friends at a dance last Friday evening at the Hardy home. The dance was led by Mr. Henry Humphries and Miss Hardy and the following dancers enjoyed the pleasure of the eve ning: Misses Mary Anthony Young, Emma Simrall, Annie Stockard, Alydia Carr, Lucile Hardy, Lizzie Rhett, Eugenia Moody, Marguerite Darden, Nannie Ellsberry, Susie Owen, Pauline Owen, Mamie Davis, Ar tie Peyton, Loraiune Street, Sal he Foote. Laura Maye Ramage, Hawley Senter. Messrs. S. J. Humphries, L. E. Lide, E. E. Hopkins. J. B. Patterson, VV. H. Rhett, Jamie Carr, Henry Hum phries, Henry Foote, T. B. Har dy, E. S. Harris, Henry Sher rod, Chas. Sher rod, Jamie Bil lups, J. M. McLachlan, Acer Rogers, Ryland Prowell, L. L. Lyde, Chas. Hopkins, Drew Foote, Howard Young Marshall, Lemly Ervin, Clarence Cox, Pete! Cox and others. Miss Irene Robertson enter tained a few friends very infor mally last Tuesday evening. Miss Cornelia Hudson was the prize winner and those who en joyed the evening were Misses Three Alarms. An alarm of fire was turn ed in yesterday morning about half-past seven o'clock caused by a chimney at the cottage ofj Scott Griffin in North Columbus being on tire. The firemen weut i to the tire but the flames had been extinguished and their ser vices w ere not needed. The second alarm came in yes terday about noon and was caus ed by a small blaze at the home i of Mrs. Walter Kemp in South Columbus. The tire was discov ered in a clothes closet and was easily extinguished, not, however, until the firemen had been called to the scene. The third alarm came in at 1 :45 yesterday afternoon and it was caused by a small blaze on the roof of the Kaufman home on College street. The firemen made another good run only to find they were not needed. A pretty wedding will be sol emnized this afternoon at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Jim Cook, in Artesia, when Ins daughter, Miss Mattie and Mr, Robt. Mann, of this city will be united. The bride is one of the belies of that thriving little ciiy and has a host of friends. M r. Mann has been with Mr. Sam Selig in this city for a long num ber of years and is a most exem plary and industrious young man. The wedding will be performed by Rev. J. LJ. Oakley, of this city after which with his bride Mr. Mann will visit his father in Greenville. After their return they will be the guests of the Hearon House. Mrs. T. W. Lewis, Miss Erline Jones and Miss Lillian Gunter have beeu in West Point for the past tew days in attendance up on the meeting of the Missionary Society in that city. Notice to Water Consumers. Water consumers are allowed the use of city water for lawn and sprinkling purposes only from five to seven in the after noons. Auy violation of tnis rule Will result in the water being cutoff and a penalty imposed j against the offender. W. A. Brown, 6-3tf Supt. Water & Sewerage, For Sale. At a bargain an upright Kings- j bury Piano. Apply at the resi dence of Rev. H. M. Long. 5-24-sw-lmo. SOCIAL . Hudson, Maud- Thomas, Anna and Lucy Banks, Mrs. M. T. Franklin, Messrs. J. A. Neilson, Hugh Hairstou, W. C. McClure, John Sale and Chas. Sherrod. Master Edward Chapman eel ebrab'd his fifth birthday yester day afternoon at his home on I Main stiett and a large number or ins nine menus enjoyeu ine day with him. Mis Mary Harrison leaves to morrow for New York, joining Miss Conway's European party at Tupelo. They will spend sev eral days in New York before sailing. Gen. Saunders Billups attend ed the Sykes-Napier nuptials in Aberdeen Thursday, his daught er, Miss Ida, beiug one of the br idesmaids at the wedding. Miss Augusta Prowell enter tained a large number of her friends at a picnic last VVednes day at the Prowell home west of this city. Mrs. Eugene Hollis and her sister, Miss Maud Thomas have been the guests of Mrs. Rowena Cocke at Malvern Hill the past week. Prof. Chas. Baskeiville, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is in the city on a visit to his mother, Mrs. A. L. Baskerville. Miss Georgie Kayser,of Selma, Ala., is in the city on a visit to Mrs. W. R. McKiuley. Mr s. Ben McFarland and Miss Anne Watson are expected to day on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. McKinley. Mrs. Sid Street and little daughter are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. At well Williams in the prairie. Miss Bessie Lou Parker is welcomed home from Tuscaloosa where she made a pleasant visit. Mrs. Carson left Thursday for Michigan. Miss Ruth Stockett leaves tomorrow to join her. Miss Adelaide Proscauer, of Mobile, is in the city the guest of Miss Gertye Kaufman. Mrs. Joe Meyer and children n m .1 - or ivieriaian are in trie city on a visit to Mrs. Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Fen ton Robert son left Moudayr for Tate Springs to spend some time. Miss Eva Harris, of Jackson, Miss., is the guest of Miss Lu cile Hardy. Mrs. A. A. Kincanuou is visit ing relatives and friends in Ma con. Delicious sherbets, all flavors, daily at Chapman & May field's. A SUGGESTION; READ! 'A HAT we mean business and intend to cater to the lest Grocery trade in Columbus, we ber to call attention to a small shipment of the Hip;h-Grade Gro ceries we are receiving daily. The list appended below gives an idea of the extent and variety of our stock. We will carry all the substantial, all the delica cies, and all the novelties of our line. We want a share of your business and will merit it by ii'w injr you only high-grade... CLEAN, FRESH GOODS We will make a specialty of our Telephone Service, and "will : see that the goods are delivered , promptly. T 1 .i r 1 . - . . . l.ooK over uie lonovving list and see if you do not need some thing. We want the housekeep ers of Columbus to read our ads. They will prove helpful to them in solving the problem of providing the table. DON'T YOU NEED ? I Ciub House Little Neck Clams. Club House Lobster, Club House Salmon. Club Bouse Ked Cherries, (sour). Telmo Canned Peaches. Club House Sliced Pineapple. Club House Grated Pineapple, Club House Ked Raspberries. Club House Black Raspberries, Club House Baked Beans. Club House Mushrooms, Club House Peas, Maraschino Cherries(Creme de Menthe) Schmidt Caviar, Deviled Crabs and Shells. Canned Mackeral in Mustard Sauce. Mustard Sardines, Sardines in Oil, Boneless Sardines, Piekert's Brook Trout. Bishop's Pi Preserves. Knox's Acid Uelatine, Welch Grape Juice, C 'lub House Boned Chicken. I nderwoods Deviled Ham. Club House Boned Turkey, Club House Deviled Tongue, Condensed Milk, Evaporated Cream. Olive Oil, Pate de Foix Gras. Club House Salad Dressing-, Royal Salad Dressuur. Royal Mint Sauce, Twin R. C. Cheese, C lub House Rolled Oats. Club House Coffee, (sealed tins) Maple Suirar, Can? Powder. Club House Poprika. Ground Ginger, l elmo Piekiiiuc Spice, C lub House Queen Olives, Club House Stuffed Olives, Pickled Mantroes, Gimrer Ale. Grape Juice. S belled Almonds, and Hundreds of n Other Delicacies for the Table. Irion & Neilson The Grocers, Main Street. Trouble About Over. Columbus has been shy on water the past week. Notwith standing the heroic efforts made by Superintendent Allen to give the r eople a full supply it has run short. The trouble has beeu in the pipe leading to the river. For a while it was thought to be the suction pump and a new one was ordered by express and has been installed. This showed that the trouble was not in the pump but in the pipe lead ing from the plant to the creek and a new pipe is being laid. which will be completed about Wednesday. With the assistance of the Luriine engine the domes tic demand of the city has been supplied but street sprinkling and yard and lawu sprinkling has been limited. A noteworthy feature of the trouble was the run made by the Luriine engine. This is a rotary pump engine built by the Silsby oeople and it has been in use here for twenty -five years- Not withstanding its service it was called into use to keep the res ervoir filled and it made a conr timious run of 72 hours quite remarkable considering its age Tax on Babies. Kxtreme hot weather is a great tax nnnn the ditrestive uower of babies: when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of White s Cream Vt rinifusre. the ehildrens' tonic. It will stimulate and facilitate the diges tion of their food, so that they soon become strong, healthy and active. 25e at Curry, Lipscomb & Caine. Changed the Date. Hon. Jas. K. Vardaman has been compelled to change the date of his speech at Kolola Springs and instead of speaking there on the 14th of July he will speak on Thursday, the 23rd of July. The people along the lines of the three counties, Clay, Monroe and Lowndes are uniting in the movement to make the occasion a great popular demonstration in favor of the people's candidate for Governor and it is expected that thousauds of voters will be present. A barbecue and basket dinner will be served and already carcasses are being offered and arrangements being made to make this feature of the day a success. Special arrangements will be made to care for the stock of those who come to hear the speak ing, and as at that time the crops will be laid by it is expected that the gathering will be one of the the greatest Vardaman demon strations ever held in the State Constipated Bowels. To have good health the body should be kep' in a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least once a day, so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily. Mr. G. L. kdwards, 142 X. Main St., Wichita, Kansas, writes: "I have used Herbine to regu late the liver and bowels for the past ten years, and found it a reliable rem edy. ;0c at Curry, Lipscomb & Caine. Many friends in this city learn with sorrow of the death of Mrs. Sam Hood which occurred at her home in Pickensville the past week, the death occurring on Tuesday. Mrs. Hood had been ill for a long time and her demise resulted from a complication of troubles. Mr. Sam Hood is we t -It'll A Known ana ingniy esteemeu in this city and he has a host of friends whose sympathy is ex tended him in the hour of his sorrow and misfortune. A Frightened Horse, Running like mad down the street, dumping the occupants, or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences. It behooves every bod v to have a reliable Salve handy and there's none as good as Bucklen's Ar nica Salve. Burns, Cuts, Sores, Ec zema and Cues disappear quieklv un der its soothing effect. 25c at Chap man iv Mavhelds Drug Store. At the meeting of Queen City Camp Woodmen of the World last Wednesday night, the follow ing were given the Protection de gree: V. M. Higgins, E. E. Jack son, J. A. Wedford, C. C. Shack leford, C. A. Goree, J. H. Keaton, H. C. Nixon, W. H. Roper, C. All sup, H. M. Beard, L. E. Loftis and J. O. Parsons. Eight new applications were accepted and filed for initiation at the next meeting. Rev. D. H. Ogden will preach to the Confederate veterans this morning at eleven o'clock and all of the old soldiers and their friends are invited to attend. Mr. Ogden has only recently re turned from Virginia, where he visited many scenes of historic interest which inspired him with a desire to preach to the men who wore the gray. The ser vice begins at eleven o'clock. Mr. Tom Harris, who has been missed from the Harris Pegues Hardware Co. for several days, has been at home ill, which his friends regret very much. Miss Fannie H. Martin, of West Point, is visiting friends in the citv. For Rent Until Sept. 1, 1903, the cottage on College street recently occu pied by Mr. Jack Shackleford. Apply to Sturdivant fe Maer. : ARniIMn THF P.ITY 5 . . . v. . . . t 4 Dr. W. W. Westmoreland has returned from a business trip to Alaoama. Ten thousand people found a place for bargains at the great Doomed Sale. Randal's Grape Juice served at Curry, Lipscomb& Caiue's Soda Fountain for 5c. Miss Laura Young leaves Tues day for Chicago, where she will speud the summer. Minnow buckets fr sale at a bargain at Curry, Lipscomb & Caiue's drug store. Miss Sadie Hudson has arrived from Mobile after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Jake Billups. Mr. T. .1. Cady and wife re turned Wednesday from an ex teded trip through California. Bath brushes, bath sponges at prices to suit your pocket book at Curry Lipscomb & Caine's. Miss Sue Snell will leave in a few days for Oxford to attend the summer normal at that place. Try Randal's Grape Juice. It is delicious, 5c at Curry, Lips comb & Caine's Soda Fountain. Watermelons right from cold storage. Telephoue your orders to Si 1 ber berg and they will be filled. Pure, free from adulteration a wholesome, healthful baking powder is Jack Frost. At all grocers. Traveling Passenger Agent Blair, of the M. & O. Railroad, spent yesterday in the city on business. When you are tired and hot diop by and refresh yourself with our fruit ices. Chapman & Mayfield. Mr. Pete Cox returned Wed nesday from Chamberlain-Hunt Academy where he has beeu for the past session. Mrs. M. F. McWilliams left the past week for Jasper, Ala., where she goes ou a visit of sev eral weeks to her relatiyes. Mr. D. W. Mosby aud family leave to-day for a visit to rela tives in Macon, Miss., aud will remain there for several days. Mrs. A. B. Gardner and little daughter, of Bessmer, Ala., are the city visiting her sister, Mrs J. W. Brent and other relatives Miss Irene Burke and Miss Sallie Foote leave to-morrow for Hattiesburg where they will be the guests of Mrs. George Foote, Mr. Will Bealle, who has oc cupied a position with Robertson & Co. for some time, left Friday for Clarksdale, where he will en ter the drug business. Hon. T. B. Franklin leaves on next Tuesday for a visit to the city of Mexico and ether places of interest in the west. He wil be absent for several weeks. Among those who have return ed home is Mr. H. Y. Marshall, a promising young man who has the past year been attending school at that famous institution, Chamberlain-Hunt, Port Gibson, Union Lodge No. 85, I. O. O. F. met last Monday night and ini tiated Mr. Geo. F. McCown. The first degree will be conferred to morrow uight and all members of the lodge are urged to be pres ent. Mr. Monroe Dillingham passed through the city last Thursday en route to the Delta. Mr. Dil lingham had been called to his home near Caledonia bv the ill ness of his child, which we arc glad to state is better. Mr. W. N. Puckett, of the Co lumbus Brick Company has been awarded the contract for doing the brick work on the A. & M. College dormitory improvement. The contract carries with it the laying of a million brick and it is quite a nice one. Mr. John A. Stinsou, of this city, has been invited to deliver an address before the Interna tional Christian Endeavor Con vention which meets in Denver next month. Mr. Stinsou has accepted the invitation uud will sp-ak ou the subject, ' The Chris tian Endeavor in the Home." The Columbus Marble WTorks have been so rushed with orders that Mr. Stinson has been com pelled to order a stock of monu ments to keep up with his or ders. These embrace the finest stone and workmanship, some of the designs being from Italy and being the work of masters with the chisel aud mallet. A case of great importance at the last term of the chancery court which Chancellor McCool took under consideration with the intention of rendering his de cision in vacation was the Dun can case. Inquiry of Dr. Dun can's lawyers, Messrs. Betts & Sturdivant, developes the infor mation that Chancellor AJcCooi had not made his decision yet. Sacked Cotton Seed Hulls Fur sale in any quantity by Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. 5-24-tf Which ? A lean and potash-hungry soil, wasted seed, wasted labor and idle gins A MORTGAGE. Or, plenty of Potash in the fertilizer, many bales and a busy gin--A BANK ACCOUNT. Write us for our books. Th ey are money win ners. We send them re to farmers. GERMAN KALI WORKS 98 umo St Ne w York Homeseekers' Half Rates. On the first and third Tuesdays dur ing May and June, Mobile and Ohio agents Booneville to Lauderdale. Miss., and Starkville, Miss., to Montgomery, Ala., inclusive, will sell round trip homeseekers' tick ets to all points in Texas, Okla homa and Indian Territory and Arkansas, Louisiana and Mexico at rateof one fare plus 2.M) for theround trip. Ask ajrents or write Jno. M. Beall, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, for particulars. Half Rates to St. Louis. Account Thirty-first Saentrerfest of North American Saenrerbund, St. Louis, Mo., June 17 20, 1903, Mobile & Ohio agents will sell tickets at rate of one fare plus 28 cents tor the round trip. Dates of sale June 1(-17, 1903. Ask agents, or write Jno. M. Beall, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, for particu lars. Summer School, Athens, tia , July I.Au gust 9, 1903. For above occasion Mobile & Ohio coupon agents will sell tickets at rate of one fare plus 2o cents for round trip. Ask agents for particulars. Halt Rates to Asheville. N. C. Account meeting of American So ciety of Civil Kngineers, Southern Stuilent Conference Y. M. C A., and Annual Conference Y. W. C A., Asheville, June 8-22, Mobile & Ohio coupon ticket agents will sell tickets at one fare plus 2") cents for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. Low Rates to the Northwest. Up to June 15th one way second class colonist tickets will le sold daily at very low rates from coupon stations of the Mobile & Ohio Hail road to points in Oregon, Washing ton, British Columbia, Montana and Idaho. Ask agent or write John M. Beall, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, for particulars. Very Low Rates to California. One way second-class Colonist's tickets will be sold daily up to and in cluding June lf, 1903, from all coupon points on the Mobile and Ohio Bail road. Ask agents, or write P. S. Hay, S. E. P. A., Montgomery, for particulars. Low Rates to Asheville. Account Thirteenth Annual Meeting Southern Educational Association and Quarter Centennial Convention, Na tional Music Teachers Association. Asheville, N. C, June 30-July 3, 11H)J Mobile & Ohio coupon ticket agents will sell tickets at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. Monteagle Bible School, July I August 30,1903. For above occasion, Mobile vt Ohio coupon agents will sell tickets at rate of oue fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. Saratoga Springs, N. V. Account of Imperial Council An cient Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., July 7-10, 1903, Mobile and Ohio cou pon agents will sell tickets at one fare for round trip. Ask agents for par ticulars. Cheap Summer Tours. To the Great Lakes, California, Colorado, the Uocky Mountains and other western resorts: to Michigan, the Virginias. North and South Caro lina, Tennessee, Kentucky ami all summer resorts in the United States and Canada. Low rates via the M. O. Hailroad. Tickets on sale daily vo September 30th. Ask agents or write John M. Beall, A. G. P. A. for lull particulars. Place your order for wire screens, doors, windows, etc. at once. All kinds of wnd in any finish desired. AJ1 kinds of wire. Prices cheap, fit and workman ship guaranteed. Banks Hard ware Co. 4-19tf tlCSIO (SJMCBILt: JACKSCWV1UC' I NEW 0RIEAN5 T'.ME OF TRAINS a r COLUMBUS NORTH BOUND. No. 4, Leaves (daily) 4:27 p. m. No. 24, Leaves (daily) 10:28 a. in. No. 12, Leaves (week days) 2:25 p. in. No. '.iti, Leaves (weekdays) 7:10 a. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 3, Leaves (daily) 12:01 p. m. No. 23, Arrives (week days;0:08 a. m. No. 11, Leaves (week days)10:28 a. m. No. 35, Leaves (week days) 5:20 u. m. CAIRO (5) L OS C. S. CLARKE. General Hunger, ST. LOUS. C. M. SHEPARD, UNO. M. BEALL, Gen 1 Pan r Agent. Am t Get 'lVm'T Agent. UQBU.it. art. MtM SOLOMON & LEVI, Establish ki i::. i BIRMINGHAM, ALA. We Cater to the twmk Trade. We Sell No Imitations. licBuine (jihhIs U: We carry a full line of Imported nuil Lnne-aii- W adapted for utedieiual purposes), coicjih iin most of t Ohampatrues, Liquors. I.inueurs. Beers. Aies. Stout. M lOWtBtf is oui.v a partial IKt .f ih brands we oarrj in s mail you a full list on application. PRICE Shen:indoah Rye Trie Old Lincoln County 75c Old North Carolina t'orn. (live vf.irs old) 7e B. O. B.. (HlairO. & Ballard) 1.00 Maryland Rye l.UO Canada Kye Malt I.Mrt Deep Sprint:. Lincoln Co .Tenii .. 1 ii Paul Jones XXXX Tne Wilson Whiskey 1.00 Paul .lones Four Star IM Chesterfield Rye 1 .Si Cascade LSB T. W. Samuels LS6 Old Oscar Pepier Lit Clarke Pure Rye I 5 Green River US Green River, (lives) 1.00 Canadian Club I B Murray Hill Club IM Upper Ten. J0k Hunter Rye LSI Jack Daniels No. 7 IJB Saratoga Rye LAO Mount Vernon 1.86 t Three Feathers 1.75 Kimr William, V. O. P. Scotch. .. -J.00 Old Forester 1.50 Old Forester, four iuarts at 1.85 Dew ar's Special Scotch 1.35 And'r Usher Spec. Res. Scotch... 1.35 California Hrandy 1.00 s TX7-Z2sT:e:S 2STjZ) LIQUORS IlbT JUGS. Port and Sherry Wine, per gallon. . . Apple and Peach Mrandy. tier gallon Gin, per trallon Rye and Bourbon Whiskies. icr xvlUg North Carolina Corn. ier Kalion Try Our Lackman Brewing Co.'s Finest cents per dozen A Feeling of Uneasiness Always accompanies the wearing of a col lar, cuff or shirt done up at a second-rate laundry and sent home with saw edjjcs, broken button holes, or with streaks of bluing- or stains left on the linen. When we laundry your linen it is the perfection of the artisan's hand in laundry work in both color and finish, and our patrons are always proud of it. Our work is our best advertisement. COLUMBUS STEAM LAUNDRY, A. EL Nkwhy. Proprietor. WHISKEY SI -pe GfiLLON We claim to be the Lowest Priced Whiskey House. We reallj sell wh1 as low as $1.10 per gallon, and mind you; tiistilli tl whiskey not u deeoc tion of chemicals but of course it's new and underproof. 'Caspar's Standard" 10 yer old whiskey is a Liquid joj ! ft is actually produced by honest Tar Heels in the Mountain Section ol North Carolina by the old time process. Every drop is boiled over open Furnace wood fires in old style copper stills, in exactly the same way it was made by our grandfathers a century ago. First rate whiskey is sold at 15 per gallon, but it is not any better than - Caspar's Standard.'' It ts the produced and must please every customer or we buy U back "itli (fold we are incorporated under the laws of N. ('., with an authorized capital of 1100,000.00 and the People's -National Hank and Piedmont Sa Bank of Winston-Salem, N. C, will tell you our guarantee go id This old honest, mild and mellow whiskey is worth one dollar per quart, but to more fully introduce "Caspar's Standard'1 we offer sample hipmen this brand at half price, (packed in plain sealed boxes, 5 Quarts. $2.95. 10 Quarts, $5.00, EXPRESS PREPAID ANYWHERE IN U. S. All orders and ti tanees ( in stamps, cash or by cheek, etc. ) as well as requests for confi dential price list must be addressed as follows: C. D. CASPAR CO., Winston-Salem, N. C , U. S. A. MAIN OFFICES AND WAREHOUSES. Nos. 1045-46 Liberty and 1. 3. 4 and 5 Maple Streets. WHISKEY $U GALLON J. M. STttEKT. President. Jos. IMMKMttOa ' WAltitKN M 1 ' A Merchants and COLUMBUS, CAPITAL, $5,COO.CO, TXTXTS5T JPXJD. We Do u General Commercial Banking and Savings Bank Kiuiled with lire- and bttrffbtr-IWOOf vuults urid siifes Bar s, lls ''x' principal cities, solicits deposits, etc KXAMtWm 1H It "HAVMXftM ittXKs" I I ill It I.. Handsome teel savings hunks run.ih"d you Free and three per cent, interest pa J. M Street. Jos. Il.moiui'. K O. C lapni an. I). I). Stephens in. T. W. Hardy. T. O. Murris. A. H l'et'a"s. J. T. Wo I Wo Solicit and Will Appreciate COLUMBUS Insurance and I : : Capital, Idest Sank in the State With Maintained it credit durinir the war. aud redeemed Its circulation after the war Ba haii 'c on all the principal cities tMMU it and sold. Stocks a-i. I f trriuils buUKnl od old Tne tc.Piduii.' ha-sto d the test of three tires uninjured. re-twool l mj tie latest improved Herring Steel S itu, with time lock and hurtfUir-proof oent - ' n state- Mental It condition published f our times per annum, and as often as the opt , on of tn SI Auditor may cali for. off ie-r -T. H. Franklin. President: 11. A. weaver, Vice rr - ent v . II C H. Av.-es. Teller: E. R. Hopkins, Book-keeper: Oata W litfleld Assistant U i k U I'i me o n li A. Weaver. E. T. Sykes. J. S. Billups. T. B. Frank lb. W. H. l-.ee I I and T. O. Burrls , N H. - We soiieit deposits andhusiiu-ss dealings w;td u Courteous Prom pi an: I attention to our nations. THH FIRST 0 LUMB j CAPITAL, 1 -nnsaets a Itanlcin? Busiues Only. Buys and Sells Exchange on the I ri n r.ipal OitieH. Buvs and Sells Bonds, Stocks and Warrants 'ntfirest pain on deposits left for a specified time. Four times yearl must a wo menrof its condition be puolUl.ed In the city paper. Fire-proof building: fire and u ariar proo' vault: the latest style of sfe with the be links. Small -afes In the vault, if It In cuist'Hnert, a aecure place for valuables. None tented to stranuers Dr. -W. C.. Kit-hards. Jno. B. Morgan. Watermvlous, k cold. Tele - phone Si I boj berg's and have your orders tilled. We will lie ploasod i I C<fOTftte Cti Otard Dupu X Jumes Henne J. & K. Marte BddiMM'a Apt liartiiers Api "Kafle Apr: 2.50 EM 1.00 I. (Ml 1 15 t .Ys Field's Sloe Oil Gordon Dry Gin Coate's Plymoi Burnett 's Tom Myndert Genev Mistletoe Tom Cost Hoorn Ho thGln L3in v Holland Gin. i'and Gin!!'.'. Cnosphate Gin field s Jamaica Rum London Dock J arnica Rutu St. Croix Rum (white) , Medford Rum (white) t'lub Cocktails Whiskey . Sazarac Martini. . . . Gold Lion ' Manhattan t t t . Sacramental Wine . 50C 50C 50C Angelica Wine. Port Wine Muscatel Wine. Malaga Wine Tokay Wine. '. . . Sherry Wine . . . 50C 1.00. 2.50. 3.00 and 5 (JO - .00, 3.Ul and ( 2.00. 3.00 and 4.tt . 3.00. 3.50. 4.00 and 16.00 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00 Cincinnati Beer at $1.00 per dozen, less twenty lor empties returned. in Putin H COPYRIGHT K C CSUfMI kH. Farmers Bank. MISSISSIPPI. the Patronagn f the Public Banking Co, $231,000 the Largest Banking Capital. n.r.WIL.LIAl?i.GA STATU BANK, MISSISSIPPI $75,000, 1 There ia uotbing injun.u i Jack Frost baking powder i wius on its mei its. i A . -s.