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Are in many respects' like other ulcers or MM M M m Mm srm sZf sores, and this resemblance often proves fatal. Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multi plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop ing keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous, sickening cancerous sore begins its destructive work. , In February, 1890, I noticed a .mall XT , . , . l lump on my lower lip. The doctor cau- No ulcer or sore can exist with- teried it ut another came aad broke out some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore. I began to take that has poisoned the blood, and the S. S. S. and after I had taken seven bot- .i:..urrr;rr nr fcfr ties the place healed entirely and no open discharging ulcer or the fester- Bijfnj ofhe di8eaBe have been ,een ing sore on the lip, cheek or other Bince. w. P. Brown, Hollands, S. O. part of the body will continue to spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the .Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation. S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great lantidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is If you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind, write us about it, medi cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases oi the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. 1-1 AVF. Qpriirerl ff Cold Storage ser vice for my mar- ket. and all my customers will have the benefit of this service through out the summer. ...Send Your Orders to... Rabb's Meat Market Telephone Service. A. D. WHITFIELD, FIRE INSURANCE AGENT :: Representing the Strongest anil Hest Companies. Does a Ueneral Insurance Business. Poll cles Solicited. Risks Promptly Writ ten and Cared For. kl C. J. HARPER Contractor and Builder, Willfr all kinds of House Building- and Repairing. Plans furnished at reasonable prices. Citizens' Phone 27t. ft m HOTEL EMPIRE BROADYWAY AND 630 STREET, N. Y. CITY. Telephone in every Room. Rooms $1.00 per day and Upwards. A tine library of choice literature for the exclusive use of our g him - The Empire has long been the favorite hotel for tourists visitintr the Metropolis. Restaurant noted for the excellence of its cuisine, its efficient service and moderate prices. Krom Grand Central station wlr cars mar ked "Broadway to Port Lee Ff" and reach Hotel in . minutes. A greater number of street car lines pass the Hotel Em pire than any other hotel in the city. From mil Ferries. Steamboats and Ocean Steamers walk short block to Elevated Rail way and take "9th Ave. to 59th" Street from whiAh Hotel Is one minute walk. Tea Minutes to Principal Theatres aad Shops. W. JOHNSON OUINN, Proprietor. ( ( "T7"E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ( W mmmm. Lace Curtains, Woolen Blankets. Fine Linen, Etc... CITY STEAM LAUNDRY, SacndwKS BBAoroRD, Prop. We j?ive cash register rebate checks with every cash pur chase. Ask for them. Chapman & May field. carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vege table blood purifier containing no mercury or minerals of any description. Meeting Demociatic Executive Com mittee of Lowndes County. Columbus, Miss., June 29, 1903. A meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of Lowndes County is hereby ordered and called for Friday, July 3, 1903, at 11 o'clock, at the court house of said county. A full attendance of the committee is urged. Can didates for the various state, county and beat offices are in vited to attended. W. W. Humphries, Z. P. LtANDRUM, Chairman. Secretary. Dr. E. T. Riley, the Osteopath. Osteopathy is the new science of treating diseases by a scien tiric manipulation, thereby using no drug or knife. Neither is it Christian Science, Magnetic Healing, Massage or Faith Cure. j The following diseases have been treated successfully by Osteopa thy, such as eye, ear and throat ! troubles, heart and lung troubles; ! liver and kidney troubles: blad der disease; stomach and intes tinal disorders; dislocations and deformities; nervous diseases, I 1 3 1 CI a t 7 : a. , iitauacutrs, ou. vilus uaucc, sciatica, paralysis, neuralgia, as thma, lumbago, general dis eases, rheumatism, cataarh, goitre, wry neck, loss of voice and many others. Diseases of women a specialty. Office on College street. Office hours 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 to 4 p. m., except Sunday. Call or write for liter ature. Phone 254. Public Dray and Hack. I wish to notify the public that I have two dray wagons on the streets ready for public hauling. Also a hack and team for out of town trips. Prices extremely reasonable and all telephone or ders will receive prompt atten tion. Sam Galloway. 5 3-lm For Sale. The engine, boiler and machin ery of the Whitfield gin in South east Columbus. A bargain is of fered in this machinery. For further information and prices, address L H. Whitfield, 4-8-3mos. Columbus, Miss. For Rent. Until Sept. 1, 1903, the cottage on College street recently occu pied by Mr. Jack Shackleford Apply to Sturdivant & Maer Fine Pasturage. Persons desiring fine pastur age can secure same on lands beginning at Iron bridge and running quarter of mile down the river. All under fence and gates locked. About 35 or 40 acres in tract. Also have for sale two fine milk cows with young calves. For terms apply to 6-14-lm R. E. Moore. For Rent. Eight room dwelling house on 3rd Avenue South, corner 10th Street. A full quarter of a square of ground, including splendid garden space attached. Every thing in good repair. Apply to 6-10-1 m H. Osborne. Cheap Summer Tears. To the Great L.akes. California, Colorado, the Rocky Mountains and other western resorts; to Michigan, the Virginias, North and South Caro lina, Tennessee, Kentucky and all summer resorts in the United States and Canada. Low rates via the M. & O. Railroad. Tickets on sale daily to September 30th. Ask agents or write John M. Beall, A. G. P. A. for full particulars. Commissioner May's Explanation. The following is Commissioner May's version and explanation of the convict killing elsewhere noted editorially. The killing occurred on June 3rd; on the 4th the railroad com mission was in session: and on the 5th, Warden John Henry, J. C Kincannon and I, members of the Board of Control, visited the farm and investigated the facts which led up to the killing, which according to the testimony of Second Assistant Strong and the three guards, are substanti ally as follows: Two convicts, Jesse Jordan and Charley Henry, became involved in a difficulty in the field on June 2nd before the killing. Second Assistant Ser geant Strong, who was in charge of the convicts, considering that Jordan was the aggressor, and believing that he should be pun ished for such, undertook to pun ish him, whereupon convicts Dan Crockett, R. M. Hall, Green Case and Moses Clipper interfered, surrounding Jordan, declaring that Strong should hit him only a few licks and thus prevented Strong from administering the proper punishment. On the morning of June the 3rd, the day of the killing, ac cording to the testimony of As sistant Sergeant Corley, Second Assistant Sergeant Strong, Free Guards Alf Stubbletield, Jr., and Hugh Myers and convict guards Asa Brown, Bob Brown and Horace Wallace, (who did the kill ing) while Second Assistant Strong was whipping Jesse Jor dan for his misconduct in the field on the day previous, as aboye stated Dan Crockett rush ed up and struck Strong twice with his fist in the back, where upon Strong struck Crockett with the butt end of his strap. Other guards and c onvicts then pulled Crockett away from Strong, and Crockett and the other prisoners were marched outside the yard, where Crockett armed himself with a club axe. After Strong had finished whip ping Jordan, he commanded Crockett to drop the axe and come tor ward to received his whipping for his offense in at tempting to prevent the punish ment of Jordan, and striking Strong. Crockett advanced to wards Strong and Corley with the axe in a striking position. swearing he would not put it down, and that he would kill the first man who came in four feet of him. While thus advancing: when in about six or eight feet of Strong and Corley, after re fusing to drop the axe as com manded, he was shot and killed by Wallace. Some of the con victs interviewed, state that Crockett did attempt to prevent the punishment of Jordan, but did not strike Strong. That he did have the axe in his hand and refused to put it down, and re fused to be whipped, but was not advancing on Strong and Corley when shot. R. M. Hall, Green Case and Moses Clipper were then whipped for Crockett did attempt to prevent the pun ishment of Jesse Jordan in the field on the previous day, as above stated. C. M. Hickman, who had been a trusty, was whip ped for giving a knife to Jesse Jordan on the night of June 2nd, which Jordan attempted to use on Strong on the morning of the killing, when Strong started to whip Jordan.- Clarion-Ledger. Strayed or Stolen. Prom my pasture near the Ten Mile Shoals one bav mare colt three years old, 14 I hands high, long slender body, black mane and tail. Any information lead ing to her recover will be reward ed. Write or apply to 6-28-1 r. J. E. Cox. Sacked Cotton Seed Hulls For sale in any quantity Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. by 5-24-tf Come by and let us explain our cash register rebate check sys tem. It will will save you money. Chapman & Mayfield. For Sale. Cottage on Thirteenth street ; South, between First and Second j Avenues, near Southern depot. : Lot 165x165. For information ! apply to Mrs. G. W. Ellis. 6-24 1 in Meadowbrook Creamery. I have assumed the manage ment of the Meadowbrook Creamery and will continue to supply the patrons with the choicest cream and milk twice each day. Telephone your or ders which will receive prompt attention. J. W. Drake. 6-24-1 m Visitors to Kolola Springs. On and after July 1st I will be prepared to accommodate visi tors to Kolola with board. Rates : One dollar per day. One and one half mile from the springs. For further information apply or write to L. L. Williford, Caledonia, Miss. Why use an inferior mower when you can get a McCormick? The strongest, best and longest lived mower on earth. Banks Hardware Co., Agents. For Sale. Grist mill, gin and suction ele vator. A great bargain is offer ed in this property. For price and information apply to. 4-8-3m L H. Whitfield. Dissolution Notice. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the firm name and style of Pentecost & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. W. M. Pbntbooht. Wai.tkb W kavkk. Columbus, Miss., June It, 1WU3. Referring to the above dissolution notice. I will continue the business under the old firin name of Pentecost & Co. jl4-3w W. M. Pkntscost ..SCHEDULE. Carrollton Short Line RAILWAY COMPANY SOUTH. Kffective March 8. 1WJ3. NORTH 3:37 p. m Lv Reform Ar 11 :45 a. m. 4:J i. m Ar.. .Carrollton . Lv 11:01) a. m. 4:40 v. m Lv. ..Carrollton. . Ar 10:10 a. m. 5:50 p. m Ar Aliceville . . Lv 9:00 a. m. Through and nicely equipped passenger trains daily via Stansel. Carrollton. Dill burg, and in termediate points to Alioeville, connecting with all Mobile &. Ohio passenger trains at Re form, Ala. Purchase through tickets and bill freight at low rates through to all Carrollton Short Line Stations from all points. All communications should be addressed to JOHN T. COCHRANE, President and General Manager. Carrollton. Ala. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Railroad. Effective November 2, 1902. there will be inaugurated v the Illinois Central Railroad Company, a NEW LINE FROM CHICAGO TO Minneapolis TO St. Paul Via Rockford. Freeport. Dubuque, Waterloo, and Albert Lea, over which FINE PASSENGER SERVICE lit luaiu tuiuu. wii.ii.ihm. v bule nitfht train, the "Limited,' handsomely noil Ua mointiilnAil tiAnulL-t In if ff tl f W t VPwt l" Oluivou Willi 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 Chicago, 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 ing lines. A. H. HANSON, General Passenger Agent. Chicago. 3) jACsovru i HEW 0PU. .: COLUMBUS NORTH BOUND. 4, Leaves (daily) 4:27p.m. 24, Leaves (daily) 10:28 a. m. 12, Leaves ( week days ) 2:25 p. m. 3d, Leaves (weekdays) 7:10 a. m. SOUTH BOUND. 3, Leaves (daily) 12:01 p. m. 23, Arrives (week days)6:08 a. m. 11, Leaves (week days)10:28 a. m. 35, Leaves (week days) 5:20 p. m. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. C. 8. CLARKE, General Manager. II.IMB. C. M. SHEPARO, JNO. M. BEALL, Gen 'l Psssr Agent. Am 1 Gen '1 Fasr Agent. CAIRO W a Woman's Nightmare pure. The critical ordeal through wnicti the expectant moiner must paes, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This great and wonderful remedy is always appliedextern ally, and has carried thousands of women through the trying crisis without suffering. Send for fr book containing Information of priceless value to all expectant mothers. Tilt Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. SOLOMON & LEVI, BIRMINGHAM. ALA. We Cater to the Family Trade. We Sell No Imitations. Genuine Goods Always, We carry a full line of Imported and Domestic Wines a adapted for medicinal purposes), comprising most of the po Champagnes, Llcjuors. Luiueurs. Beers. Ales, Stout. Mineral lowing is only a partial list of the brands we earr in stock, mail you a full list on application. PRICE PER, BOTTLE : Shenandoah Kye Old Lincoln County Old North Carolina Corn, old) B. O. B.. (Blair O. & Ball; Maryland Rye Canada Kye Malt Deep Spring. Lincoln Co. Paul Jones XXXX Wilson Whiskey Paul Jones Four Star. . . . Chesterfield Rye Cascade T. W. Samuels Old Oscar Pepper Clarke Pure Rye Ureen River Oreen River, (lives) Canadian Club Murray Hill Club Upper Ten Hunter Rye Jack Daniels No. 7 Saratoga Rye Mount Vernon Three Feathers Kinir William, V. O. P. s Old Forester Old Forester. fouriuarts Dewar's Special Scotch. And'r Usher Spec. Res. California Brandy WIITEIS l2STD Port and Sherry Wine, per trallon . . Apple and Peach Brandy, per if allot Gin. ir gallon Rve and Bourbon Whiskies, ner kfalli North Carolina Corn, per uallon t Try Our Lackman Brewing Co.'i Finest Cincinnati Beer at $1.00 per dozen, let twenty cents per dozen for empties returned. ...Gooli Pai'KKI) IN PUAIN Boxes... Uncle Sam's Birthday Shirt Will be a masterpiece of laun dry work, and so will yours if you have it put into shape at the Columbus Steam Laundry. If you would look your best and sweetest on July 4th, let us do up your linen in our matchless sty be COLUMBUS STEAM LAUNDRY, A. E. Newby. Proprietor. IIP MAPP niaaininvmvvvMuii Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, Or mail IS rrnU to C. FLOKXRCK. 8. C Not. 26. 1'JOO. I was flrst advised arlth our baby when be was but a Tery young infant, as a preventive of culic ami to Later It was useful in teething troubles, and itseffert has been found tobeso ve'v ! ' .hat are consequent upon the use of drugs and soothing syrup, that we have curne t: ;hildren, as one of the necessities when there is anew baby in the house and until tin we take pleasure In recommending it to our friends instead of the horrid stuff Dint s aabyauiet. HAKTWELLM. A YEK. (Manager laily Times and On and after May 25th NO MEATWILL From ii to By All the Markets Lauderdale springs, Mississippi's Great Health Resort, 18 Miles North of Meridian on M. & O. R. R. SESOIT OPEU3 J-J2STE: IO, 1903. Umtm Different kinds of Water. All Diseases of the Bowels kidneys Liver and Stomach Cured. Accommodations first clas. Beautiful Ground. Siuinou Hotel. No tuowjultos ormtM pests. Music. Dancintf. Games and other Amasements. Mr. ltotert h. v aJKer. an exier.enc hotel man will be in charge of the Culinary Department. DR. T. B. RYDER. M. D.. D. O.. Resident Physician. For terms, etc., address. G No woman ' happi ness can be complete without children ; it is her nature to love and want them as much so as it is to love the beautiful and Mother's F riend We will ;d to 7,rc I California Cotnme Brandy, very old 1 .r 75c Otard Dupu & Co., Three Star MM James Hennessey Three Star 2.00 75c J. & F. Martell Three Star 3.00 1.00 Kddison s Apricot Hrandv 2.tO 1.09 ! Ournier's Apricot Brandy COS 1.00 j "Katrle" Apricot Hnindv l.tiil 1.00 Vander Kamp Holland ( ;in. U s . .. I .OS 75c Vatider Kamp Holland CMn, .Vs 1.18 1.00 Field s Sloe Oin 1 80 1.00 Cordon Drytiin 1.15 LJSa Coate's PlvtuouthOin I. ST 1JB Burnett s Tom Mb 1.15 1 i5 Myndert Geneva Holland Oin l oo 1.25 Mistletoe Tom G in I.ti 1.26 Post Hoorn Holland GIB 1.10 l Phosphate Gin 125 1.00 Field's Jamaica Rum 1.35 125 London Ivk Jamiou Hum 1.00 1.25 St. Croix Rum (white) 1.H5 1.25 Medford Rum (white) l.oo 125 Club Cocktails Whiskey . ) 1.85 1.25 Sazarac - Martini.... - 1.88 1.50 Gold Lion.. . ' Manhattan 1.00 1.08 Seuppernontf Wine 50c 1.75 Sacramental Wine 50c 2.00 Angelica Wine "50c 1.50 Port Wine 5oe 1.35 Muscatel Wiae IOC LM Malaga Wine 100 I, St Tokay Wine 5c 1.00 I Sherry Wine 50C LIQUORS IIT JTJGS. tLOSt 2.50, $3.00 and 5.00 $2.00. W.oo and 2.00. la.00 and f4.n i.OO. 2.5o. 3.00. W.50. 4 .00 and 5.00 S2.00, 2.R0 and fcl.oo Cures Cholera -Infantum, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Strengthens the Child and Makes TEETHING EASY. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO. by our family physician in Charleston to use TKETHIN A m and sweeten the stomal h. ial and so free from dangers ;ard it. after use with three thing troubles are over, and my people use to keep their kly T lines -Ms neuter. BE DELIVERED 4.30 o'clock A. CROCKER Irestdent- Umderdale. Miss.