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For pleasant taste and J
? fragrant odors? You will m
find these in...
' "Royal Blend' 75c 5
For refreshment and exhiliar
ation, without intoxication?
Royal Blend possesses these
properties.
What is Royal Blend?
It is a combination of fine Teas
blended by an expert with fra
grant Ceylon Teas and Aromatic
Orange Pecos, and suiting a
variety of tastes which no single
Tea can ever satisfy.
C J. H. Stfivftns & Son.
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'Phones 93 and 200.
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Officer T. G. Munger is taking
his vacation from the force.
Mr. Grayson Goree has re
turned from a visit to Birming
ham. New designs in WallPaper from
5c to $1.00 per roll at W. M. Mon
roe & Co. 's.
Fine stationery, wall paper, the
latest book, etc., at W. N. Mud
roe & Co's.
Mr. T. B. Franklin left yester
day for St. Louis, Mo., where he
goes on a visit.
The cotton factory closed down
Saturday to make repairs on a
broken piston rod.
Mr. J. B. Love and family are
home from a pleasant visit to
relatives in Tennessee.
Ice cream soda with crushed
fruits at Curry, Lipscomb &
Caine's Soda Fountain.
Morgan's Chill Tonic cures
chills and fever. Mayo& Weaver
sell it. No cure, no pay.
Mr. J. P. Woodward left yes
terday for New Orleans after a
short business visit to this city.
Since January 1st we have sold
more than 575 pints of our Ex
tract of Vanilla. Mayo & Weaver.
Rev Robt. Barnwell arrived
yesterday from his vacation very
pleasantly spent in South Caro
lina. Mr. C. H. Ay res left yester
day for Niagara Falls and other
places in the East to spend his
vacation.
Fall weddings call for pres
ents. Get all you need from Bu
der Bros', manufacturing jewel
ers, 57 Main street.
The biggest lot of tissue paper
ever received, all colors. Just
the thing for summer hats, at
Chapman & Maytield.
Miss Ruth Kennebrew is at
home from New York, where she
has been pursuing her studies
in art the past summer.
Miss Sallie Boyd, who has
bten visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
N- Puckett, left yesterday for
her home in Kosciusko.
Those highly artistic golden
art pitchers are supremely ap
propriate for wedding gifts.
Find them at Buder Brothers,
57 Main street.
A solid sterling silver bowl or
bon bon dish or any single piece
in silver for a wedding present
can be found at 57 Main street,
Buder Brothers.
Grape juice, half pints 25c;
pints 40c; quarts 75c. When
served with crushed ice makes
a fine table beverage. Sold by
Curry, Lipscomb & Caine.
How would you like a piece of
statuary for that wedding pres
ent? You can get real marble in
b 'iautiful design at Buder Broth
ers, 57 Main street
For first-class dairy products
phone Eagle Creamery, No. 343,
Ernest N. Beard. Deliveries
every day, 5 to 7 o'clock, morn
ing and evening. 8-9-1 m
CE CREAM
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Columbus. Memphis and Pensacola
Railroad.
At a meeting of the stockhold
ers and projectors of the Colum
bus, Memphis and Pensacola
Railroad held in this city last
Monday afternoon at the office of
the Merchants & Farmers Bank
the road was formally organized
The incorporators present were
Messrs. Newnan Cayce, Walter
Weaver, P. W. Maer, Warren M.
Cox, E. C. Chapman, John A.
Stinson and V. B. Walker, by
proxy.
The company was formally
organized by the election of the
following officers: Newnan
Cayce, President; E. C. Chap
man, Vice President; Warren M.
Cox, Secretary; John A. Stinson,
Treasure; W. B. Walker, General
Attorney. The following were
elected directors: Newnan
Cayce, Walter Weaver, P. W.
Maer. Warren Cox, E. C. Chap
man, John A. Stinson, J. W. Buch
anan and W. B. Walker. The fol
lowing constitute the executive
committee: Messrs. Newnan
Cayce, Walter Weaver and P. W.
Maer.
The capital stock of the new
company was placed at fifty
thousand dollars to be increased
at the will and pleasure of the
company.
It is the intention and purpose
of this company to at once take
up the matter of building a line
of railroad from this city to
Aberdeen to connect with the
Illinois Central and Frisco sys
tems at that city and to that end
the work of securing a survey of
the route will at once be under
taken. With the survey in hand
the securing of right of way will
begin and with the right of way
secured the road will be assured.
This is by far the most im
portant project which has been
undertaken in this city for a long
time and it is one which should
be loyallv sustained by every
citizen of this city and county.
Business Notice.
All parties indebted to Bailey's
Millinery Emporium are request
ed to call and setp their ac
counts at once.
8 9-tf (Miss) Tillie Bailey.
Cash for Cigar Bands!
H. Osborne, the Druggist, will pay you
the highest cash prices for BANDS from
Cigars of the following brands: "Cremo."
"George W. Childs." "Premio, ' and "Jack
son Square."
Free Delivery In the City.
Free delivery of the mails in
the city of Columbus began yes
terday, the carriers making
their initial trips. For the con
venience of the carriers and the
efficiency of the service the city
has been divided into three
routes.
Route No. 1 is served by Car
rier Joel T. Johnson and em
braces all of that part of the city
north and south of Main street
which is west of Sixth street.
Route No. 2 is served by Car
rier James H. Butler and em
braces all of that section of the
city which is north of Main
street and east of Sixth street.
Route No. 3 is served by Car
rier Ralph L. Dill and embraces
all of that section east of Sixth
street and south of Main street.
The service began yesterday
and for a time it will be largely
experimental. It will require
some time for the carriers to
familiarize themselves with their
routes and after that the service
can only be perfected by the
people co-operating with the de
partment in having their mail
addressed to their street and
number. For the present the
carriers will endeavor to make
two trips per day and all sec
tions of the city will be served.
Revival at Cumberland Cburch.
Rev. J. B. Oakley announces
that a revival meeting will begin
in the Cumberland Presbyterian
church in this city on the third
Sunday in September, which
will, in all probability run for
three weeks. Mr. Oakley will be
assisted in the conduct of this
meeting by Rev. F. J. Tyler, of
Columbia, Tenn., one of the ablest
and most eloquent ministers in
the Cumberland church in the
South. Services will be held
twice each day, in the morning
and at night and the singing will
be a feature. An earnest invita
tion will be extended the public
to attend all of these services.
With Crushed Fruits, retaining
the pure fruit flavors ; in fact,
all the drinks of the season,
cool, refreshing and ex
hilirating at
0. P. BROWN'S.
J as. H. Coleman, Pickensville,
Ala., has laid in a large stock of
the finest whiskeys with the
view of serving the people of Co
lumbus and Lowndes county.
He solicits a trial order. Tele
phone and goods will be shipped
same day. 9-2-tf
For Saie.
A new five-ton wagon scale for
sale cheap for cash, Jones' im
proved. No loose weights to be
bothered with. Sold under a
strict guaranty N
8 30-lm W. R. McManus.
Marrying goes on anyhow, and
presents have to be bought, so
the best place to buy them is
Buder Brothers, 57 Main street
Great Excursion Friday.
The Vardaman Club of this
city was greatly disappointed
that they were not able to take
the Green wood trip yesterday.
The cause of the postponement
was the fact that the Southern
Railway had an excursion into
Birmingham on Monday and all
of the road's extra equipment in
the way of rolling stock was
used in this trip. For that rea
son the road was compelled to
refuse to furnish a train for the
Vardaman enthusiasts greatly to
their chagrin and disappoint
ment. All arrangements have been
made for the Greenwood trip on
Friday next. A special train will
leave this city on that day at
8:30 o'clock in the morning and
the return will be made m the
afternoon. The fare for the
round trip will be between $1.50
and $2.00 and it will be furnished
at cost to all who go. A gala
time is promised in Greenwood
and a speech from Maj. Varda
man and others is assured, while
music and other entertaining
features are promised.
The Vardaman men of the
county are invited to take this
trip with the Vardaman support
ers of this city. Ample accomo
dations will be furnished and a
delightful run to the city in the
delta and a pleasant return is as
sured. White's Cream Vermifuge is essen
tially the child's tonic. It improves
the digestion and assimilation of food.
strengthening the nervous system and
restoring them to the health, vigor
and elasticity of spirits natural to
childhood. Price 25 cents. Chapman
& Mayfield.
A Word Regarding Vanilla.
To extract the entire flavor
from the Vanilla Bean during the
process of manufacturing Ex
tract of Vanilla and to leave be
hind in the residue the wax and
resinous matter which always
renders the finished product on
ly an article to sell and not to be
used for flavoring purposes is a
secret peculiar to our own pro
cess, our vanilla has won its
way over all others and now
stands in a class to itself It is
best and goes farthest and the
flavor is truly delightful. Special
rates to families in lots of pints.
Mayo & Weaver.
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WOMAN'S STORE
MHHra)
ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF
EARLY RALL STYLES
IT
N Percales, Calicoes, Outings, Dress Goods, Curtains, Hosiery and Ladies' and Child
ren's Footwear. About twenty-five cases of New Fall Goods have been received in
the past few days. They are the fore-runners of a large stock to come. Many of our orders
for fall goods were placed months ago before the prices advanced, thus enabling us to offer
the best of merchandise at last year's prices. Our buyer is now in the Eastern markets
to buy his novelties, and complete the fall purchases for The Woman's Store.
p E. LISIGHL
N. B. We have secured a complete line of the L I. and C. uniform materials, sam
ples of which will be sent on request. Mail orders are filled on the same day they are
received.
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Rev. I. G. Boydston. of the
Cumberland Presbyterian de
nomination, will preach at the
Cum berland Presbyterian chu rch
Friday night at eight o'clock.
Mr. Boydston is a young man
who has just finished school
at Cumberland University and
whom the Cumberland Presby
terian church is going to send
as missionary to Japan. He
leaves in a few weeks for the for
eign field. He is to be ordained
to the full work of te ministry
next Monday night at Starkville
by the New Hope Presbytery, of
which he is a member.
Thousands suffer with torpid liver,
producing great depression of spirits,
indigestion, constipation, headache,
etc. Heroine will stimulate the liver.
keep the bowels regular and restore a
healthful buoyancy of spirits. Price
50 cents. Chapman & Mayfield, drug
gists.
Hon. Sam D. Neill's friends
in this city are gratified beyond
measure at his nomination to the
position of district attorney for
the Indianola district. M r .
Neill was opposed by Mr. Van
Bodie, one of the strongest men
in the delta and the close race is
indicated in the result, Mr. Neill
securing the nomination by only
nine votes, Mr. Neill is well
known in Columbus, having fre
quently yisited this city as the
guest of Col. W. D. Humphries
and his friends here are rejoic
ing over his victory.
Everything Keady.
Everything is ready for the
great lot sale which occurs this
afternoon at the Sweariugen es
tate just east of the Southern
shops.
The sale has been extensively
advertised and a great crowd
will take advantage of the oppor
tunity and go out to it.
This property is considered as
valuable as any around Colum
bus on account of its proxity to
the railroad and the water main
and on account of the tendency
of Columbus to develop in that
direction.
It is known that manufactur
ing plants in the future will go
here and there is a desire to fore
stall them and get the good prop
erty before they are located.
This property is considerably
closer to the Franklin Acadomy,
the churches and the business
section of Columbus than Rob
ertson's Addition and is nearer
than Belleview.
Be on hand. A beautiful lot is
to be given away free; there is to
be music and the lots are to be
sold for what they will bring.
Remember two o'clock prompt.
OURS IS
An Exclusive
White Man's
Laundry.-
Send us your Collars, Cuffs,
and all Fine Work.
...Rush Jobs a Specialty..,
Shirts
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
Saunders Bradford, Prop.
Recived Fresh Every "Week By
osborne"& pope..
barren lUbitc Sulphur Springs,
WATERLICK STATION. VIRGINIA.
Variety of mineral waters. Elevation 2100
feet. One mile from station. Four mails daily.
Excellent table. Buildings and appointments
modern. Rates. 35 per month. Special rates
to families. E D. Ccllrk & Son, Proprietors
Waterlick Station. Virginia. 6-14-3ni
. .
Tahler's Ruekeve Pile Ointment Is !
not a panacea, but it is recommended
for blind, bleeding or protruding
piles, and it will cure the most obsti
nate cases. Price, 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. Chapman & Mayfield.
For Sale.
Five hundred acres prairie
land five miles south of Colum
bus on Macon road. For further
information apply to
8-30tf L. A. Vaughax.
The union services closed last
Sunday night with the service
held at the Cumberland Presby
terian church. This edifice was
crowded and Dr. Miller, who
conducted the service, preached
a good sermon. The music was
a feature and was greatly enjoy
ed by all the congregation. Next
Sunday evening the churches
will hold services as usual.
New Books at Munroe & Cj s
"The Mettle of the Pasture"
Grant Lane Allen.
"The Ward of King Canute'
Ottele A Lelyenchantz.
"The Substitute, " Will Harben.
"The Under Dog," Hopkinson
Smith.
"Gordon Keith," Thomas Nel
son Page.
Old papers for sale at this of
fice. Twenty for five cents.
More money has been made
out of Columbus real estate dur
ing the past few years than in
any other Columbus investment.
Lots which sold for $20 to $40 a
few years ago are now worth
from $75 to $100. Come out this
afternoon and buy a lot cheap.
jflmcb
A New Shipment Just Received
.AT.
THE BOOK EXCHANGE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
L. B. DIVELBISS. JVUaafer.
Bnnouncement
New Jewelry Store in Town
NEXT TO MAYO & WEAVER'S.
"T is with pleasure we announce the opening of our
New Jewelry Store in Columbus, October 1st. We
shall endeavor to show you the latest
and best of everthing pertaining to
the Jewelry Arts and kindred lines.
Nothing will be sold that does not
carry an absolute guarantee from
kj - our store. Our Repair department
i ..t' will be up-to-date; prompt delivery
55T' and reasonable prices will be as
sured withyour mutual co-operatioa.
We solicit a share of your business.
Very truly,
JOHNSON ATER.
It haved His Leg
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga.,
suffered for six months with a fright
ful running sore on his leg: but writes
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
cured it in five days. For ulcers,
wounds, piles, it's the best salve in
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
Sold by Chapman & Mayfield,
druggists.
Miss Wilkerson, who has been
the charming guest of Miss Fan
nie Jobe in this city, returned to
her home in Jackson, Tenn., yes
terday. Molloy's Antiseptic for 25c
cures cuts, sprains, bruises,
colic and diarrhoea. Sold by
Curry, Lipscomb & Caine.
Cadet Claud Banks Mayo, of
the U. S. Navy, is expected to ar
rive to-day on a thirty days fur
lough to spend at home.
Mr. Octave Sykes, of Aber
deen, Miss., spent yesterday in
the city mingling wit1 his friends.
Old papers for sale at this of
fice. Twenty for five cents.
Half Rates to Baltimore.
One fare plus $1.00 for round trip
via Mobile & Ohio Railroad on Sep
tember 18-19-20.
Knights of Pythias.
Members will pay dues and
assessments to E. E. Buder,
master of finance, at Buder
Brothers Jewelry Store.
K. J. Harrison, C. C.
Cheap Summer Tours.
To the Great Lakes, 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.
HARRIS' BUSINESS COL
LEGE, Jackson, Miss., will take
your note for tuition, payable
when you secure a position.
They guarantee positions under
reasonable conditions. They can
not suply the demand for book
keepers and stenographers
8-19-lm
Old papers for sale at this of
fice. Twenty for five cents.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Having added a number of
improvements to our CLEAN
ING and DYEING Department.
We are now better nr pared
than ever to handle jour work.
Give us a trial and you will
become aregular customer. We
also run a
Suit Pressing Club
At $i.oo Per Honth.
No members taken for less
than three months.
CoMnsCleaiiDg&PressiiKCo.
J. W. Brknt. Manager.
Ill North Market St. Citizens Phone 142.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever for Bicycle, Gun,
Machine, Pistol and All
Kinds of Repairing.
B. G. SUGGS.
Main Strkkt.
A. D. WHITFIELD,
FIRE
INSURANCE
AGENT ::
Representing the Strongest and Best
Companies.
Does a General Insurance Business. Poll
cles Solicited. Risks Promptly Writ
ten and Cared For
J. H. BRICKELL,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Acknowledgements T;.k
Office or Anywhere ii. i!
Apreciate Youi
or Night At
ty. Will
Office Over H. Osboiiie 'a.
C. J. HARPER
Contractor
and
Builder,
Will do all kinds of House
Building and Repairing.
Plans furnished at
reasonable prices.
Citizens' Phone 276.
Blue lick Mater
For Indigestion . ( 'oris t i pation.
Liver and Kidney Trouble has
no equal. Received fresh from
the springs and sold on draught
at their fountain, also by the
gallon or barrel by
OSBORNE & POPE,
SOLK AGENTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FOR
COLUMBUS, MISS.
For Rent.
Three connecting rooms suit
able for light house-keeping for
a small family. Apply to
8-30 tf Mrs. E. R. Redditt.
For Rent.
Three rooms from 1st of Sep
tember. Address "B" care this
office. , 8-23-2t
Sparkling and beautiful cut
glass could not be excelled as a
wedding present. A grand dis
play at 57 Main street, Buders.
A Golden Rule
of Agriculture:
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
Potash
In the fertilizer spells quality
ana quantity in the har
vest. Write us and
we will send you,
free, by next mail,
our money winning
books
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau Street,
New York.
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Statiows.
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to New York, carrying Pullman Sleeping ear
Birmingham to New York. Dining ear eaat of
Atlanta. Pullman Library Observation car At
lanta to New York, Pullman Club car Atlanta
to Washington.
No. 86. Pullman Drawing room Sleeping cara
Birmingham to Richmond and Atlanta to New
York. Dining car Spartanburg to Washington.
Stations.
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Ar Birmingham
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to Chattanooga, connecting at Chattanooga
with train carrying Sleeper and Day Coaches
Chattanooga to Salisbury without change, also
Sleeper Salisbury to Now York.
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No. 98. Pullman Sleeping car between Bir
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All trains run daily.
C H. ACKERT, O M.. Washington, D. C.
W. A TURK. P. T. M . Washington, D. C.
S. H. HARDWICK, G.P. A. Washington, D. C.
C. A. BENSCOTER.A.O.P A. Chattanooga, Tenn.
J. a LUSK. D. P. A. Birmingham. Ala.
ov IRates
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Eureka Springs.
...Write for Full Information.
J. N. CORNATZAK,
Division Passenger Agent,
Memphis. Tenn.
Rockbridge Alum Springs
ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, VA
ORE N R ROM JUNE 1 TO OCTOBER I.
These mineral waters for more than eighty
years have been famous for their curative
powers, and are the Mecca for the invalid and
pleasure-seeker. Amusements, Golf, Tennis
Courts. Bowling. Orchestral Concerts Daily.
The menu and cuisine will compare favorably
with the best. For information address. Jah.
A. Fkazikr. Munager. P. O. Rockbridge Alum
Springs. Rockbridge Countv. Virginia 6-14 8m
Telephone Your Orders
for Fine Whiskies...
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J. H. COLEMAN,
PICKENSVILLE, ALA.
I have wagon delivery to express
company and orders are shipped same
day as received. Send me an order.
Satisfaction mm to quStUty and quantity
guaranteed. J. H. COLEMAN.
9-2-tf 1'IKKNSVILLK. ALA.
Mrs. J. H. Eddy and Miss
Head, of Decatur, 111., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Cox.
Mosquito bites or bites of any
insects cured by using Molloy's
Antiseptic, price 25c bottle at
Curry, Lipscomb & Caine 's

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