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Knteredat Hip Columbus l'ostollice as second
class matter. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Official Journal of Lowndes County Official journal ot. City of Columbus Mm. s. V. MAER, Kclltor and Proprietor. P. W. MA til. City Kill tor & Butnet Mgr. Semi-weekly per year 1 00 Pmiday paper per year....... W WeeKiy per year. . 1 CO MtttW. Kinaon has been le-ar- poinied Mmieter to Mexico. To-morrow is LiborDiV. It will be (ih.ervf J ex'cnivfcly in the North. Tne first trade edition goes out about the latter part of Sjptember Capt. Jim Neilson was in the cily yeeterdrfy. Mr. 15 L. Owen has returned from a viit to Alabama. Jl W.S. Turner, of Crawford, was in th city yesterday. Clever Joe Cook, of Artesia, was in the city Thursday. A general rain visited thi s county last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Dr. Gus Evana has guest of Miss Mat Morion week. Miaa Carrie Meek has been tbe the past returned Misses Die McQiown and Sadie Cbeatnm are visiiiDg relatives in West Point. Columbus has received her first bale of cotton. Heres to forty thous and more! Merchants patronize your horn paper in its effort to bring to this city trade through trade editions. Success has almost crowned the ef forts of the Cuban revolutionists. An nexation to the United Siates iVnext talked of. Secretary Herbert Is to stump Ala bama for the administration. .The Siutbern members of the cabinet are earning their salaries pretty well. J. N. Smith, of Jackbon, won eight out of ten games in the recent chess tournament at Jackson, and has been declared champion of the State. Hons. Jas. F. McCool, R. E. Hous ton, W. L. Keir n, . J. R. Dinamore and J. Alcorn Glover are candidates for the Speakership of the next State Legislature. Ingalls says the people are taking their sober second thought on the sil ver question and as a consequence its erowth is increasing. Their views are becoming fixed convictions and nothing will change them. Another chapter in the Holmes tragedy has been unfolded. Tbe bones of vounir Howard Pietzel have been found in Indianapolis and enough evidence has been' secured to bang Holmes. The 26th triennial conclave ot Knights Templar held the past week in Boston was the" most successful gathering of this eminent order ever held in this country. Tbe member ship of this order is past the one hun dred thousand mark now. Blackburn's assured re-election to tbe U. S. Senate from Kentucky is another triumphant victory for free silver. .Many powerlui influences -were brought to bear upon his candidacy in " the hope of securing hiWiefet frrrt "he came out v ictorious. Another telling blow to the administration and the gold bug presp! Tne Governor of Texas has said un to ibe Sheriff of Dallas county that it will be right and proper to pump lead into Mr. Corbett and Mr. Fitz- simmons if they attempt their little fist-cuff there in October. Mr. Cor belt and Mr. Fiizsiramona will hardly fight in the .Lone Star State. The cry is against the convention, and already the dissatisfaction of the masses is beginning to assail the primary. The impression that none lnt qualified electors should par ticipate in elections is gradually gaining ground and the only way to secure this is-to abolish the primary, where it can be done and decide con tests that are limited to one party,by the general election. A. & n. and 1. 1. & C. Scholarships. I will examine applicants for scholarships in the above reamed in stitutions at Franklin Academy (east entrance), on Wednesday, September 4th, next, beginning at 10 o'clock n. in. W. Ii. Lipscomb, Supt, Education Lowndes Co. Columbus', Miss., Aug. 31, 185. Don't Forget That I have a largo Rtoek of the Lest CVPIiESS SHINGLKS ever offered on this market at tbe Mill over thi river. C. V Mn.i.y. Dissolution Xotice. The copnrlmrsliip heretofore existing between Kelly Thompson and Albert Ad kins, under the lirmnfime of '"Kelly & Albert," in this day dissolved by mutual consent, Albert Adkins continuing the busine- at the old !tnnd. He is auihor ized to 'ol;ect all accounts due the old firm. KKI.IY THOMPSON. Al.KKKr APKtN'S. Angust ;;i, ls.ij 4w from a pleasant visit to relatives in Illinois. Capt. Martin is welcomed back home from a pleasant 'visit to New York. Rev. W. C. Baber is all smiles. There's a darling little girl at his house. Morning subject, Methodist church: "The Alabaster Box." Usual even ing service. Mr. A. C. Myers and wife have re turned from a pleasant visit to Cm. cinnati Ohio. Mrs. W. P. Craddock and children left Friday night for a visit to relatives in Birmingham. Mrs. M. E Siearon, of Nishville, Tenn., is visiting Mrs. F. D. Rtndle, on Main street. Mrs. Reeves, of Camden, Ark., nee Vasear, is in the city on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Vaughan. Mr. Daniel Lidd, of Donoho, Tex as, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Sallie Adams, on the Highlands. Mrs. P. J. Maxwell and Miss Jean nie Vaughan leave soon to make a visit to Mrs. Ramsey in New York. Mrs. T. W. Arendale and family have returned from PickenBville to make this city their future home. Mr. T. C. Billups attended the meeting of the Grand Lidge Knights of Honor which was held m Jackson last week. Ms. T. C. Bslcher has returned to Pilot Point, Texas after a pleasant visit to her old home in this city and section. Mr. W. W. Hawkins a prominent merchant of Fayette, passed through the city last week enroute to St. Louis to buy fall and winter goods." Mr. Ed ft. Moore has returned to tiwn to resume his insurance business. He has not disposed of same as was announced some time ago. Mrs. Lucy Lnwry arrived yesterday from Jackson and New Orleans. She leaves tEiS week for a vuit to friends in Massachusetts. Morning subject at the Cumber land Presbyterian chuioh: "Slt Ex animation." Evening subject Miracles and Gifts of Healing." Revs. T. C. Weir and Dorman, of Starkville, came over Wednesday evening to the "farewell service" to Mr. and Mrs.B. W. Waters. Mr. Samuel Selig's friends will regret to learn that he has been quit sick in New York where he went to purchase goods. S'.reet Commissioner John Childers has been missed for the past few days. He is on the sick list, confined to his bed with chills and fever. Mr. W. E. Waring is out again af ter a severe carbuncle, which has con fined him to his room. He will re sume his duties on the road in a few days. Measrp. Furhiss, two popular young gentlemen who have been visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Neilson, have returned to their home in Alabama. Mr. John Oliver last week pur chased the Askew cottage just south of Mr. Tbof. Hardy's home in Sauth Columbus and will socn occupy it as his home. Mr. Al G. Easley's friends will be glad to know that be was consider ably improved yesterday. The Dis patch hopes to hear of his rapid and permanent recovery. Mrs- Frank It wan, in the Vaughan neii; lib n no'.ii, sun continues quite I sick, fever h-jving aggravated her ill I Be'. Very little hope is now enter tained of her ultimate recovery. Tue populite orator and expounder of third parly doctrines is billed to speak at Caledonia on the I6th, Co lumbus on the I7ih and Mayhew on the lSih of tbe present month. Rev. W. IS, Jacobs returned yester day from South Caro'ina, where he went to spend his vacation. He was accompanied by his 4 brother who will make him a visit of several dayr. Cipt. R. R. Speira will move his furniture and undertaking business to the Odd Fellows building on the 1st. Ha will occupy one of the va cant stores down stairs. Regular services will be resumed in the Presbyterian church tc-day, conducted by the pastor, Rev.JV. S. Jacobs. Morning subject: 'Unbe lief." Eyening subject: "Finding the Way." Rev. A. C. Harris, a talented min ister from Cedar Bluff, will hold a series of meetings out at the Beer sheba church this week, which are expected to accomplish great good in that vicinity. Mr. Jas. McCaskell will have charge of the crockery business of Mr. Jim Keaton after September 4th. Mr. McCaskell is a fine crockery man and will be a valuable addition Ui Mr. Keaton's business. - : An advertisement running from now until . January 1st, 1896, will be printed in exactly 39,500 copies of this paper. No wide-awaV, hus tling business man can afford to tiss this splendid chance for proni-bie advertising. I A citizen of the Third Ward aiks the Dispatch to enter his protest against the shootiDg of fire arms that is nightly practiced in that section, which is in violation of the law and against the peace of the community A few arrests would terminate this dangerous nuisance. A number of contractors were in the city last week thinking the con tract for the Industrial College dor mitory addition would be let. They were much disappointed when in formed that the contract -would not be awarded until September 10th 1895. Mr, and Mrs. John D. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morgan, Capt. and Mrs. C. L. Steele, Miss Ida Bil. laps, Messrs. Judd Morgan, Sidney Hopkins, Joe O. Prowell and Torn Watson returned last Friday from Ileneon Springs, Ala., after a pleas. ant encampment of four weeks. A happy wedding was celebra ted at ' the home ot the Rev. YiZ W. Whitfield last Monday when Miss Minnie Taggari and Mr. Frank Bax ter were united, Rev. W. W. Whit field performing the caremony. They have hosts of friends to wish them a long and happy married life. A protracted meeting will com mence at the Cumberland Presby terian church in this city next Sun day to last a week. It will be con- ntA hw f ti naafnr T?mr XJL7 f! Baber, who will be assisted by Rev A. C. Harris. A warm and cordial invitation will be extended tbe public to attend. T iv m . jveny loompson, wno Decomes a partner with Titus Gilmer inv the management of the Gilmer Hotel bar ber shop, desires bis friends and cus tomers to know where he is and ree pectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. A first class shop will be maintained and the best work guaran teed. ' v Hill, Columbus' great twirler, will return to Columbus to spend the win tjr and will have charge of tbe skat ing rink under Mr. Sherrili's manage ment. Ia a recant game with a great Cincinnatti team at Knoxville he treated the visitors shamefully, a shut out with a few little scratch hits. He is truly a great pitcher. The friends of our popular towne woman, Miss Adah Saunders, will re joice with her in her election to a fine poiition at Lit'.le R ck in tbe Insti tute for Dcaf Mates. Miss Adah, so recently fitted herselffor teaching, yet commands positions in the best in stitutions in the Smth. Jackson is justly proud of the records of her young women. Clarion Ledger. "Wei", dear,, our coal is out." "AJI right, 1 will. step to the tele phone and order three or four tons sent down." '"But our coal dealer has no telephone." "You must be wrong about tha". Surely a m.iu with bis enterprise, public spirit and gener al good judgment must have a tele phone. 'ro, I heard him say a few j days ago that telephones were of very ' little service, that people -had rotten ' out of the habit of using tb,em, and ha saw no reason for taking it." 'Well, I regret the circumstance, buil must give my order to a rdan who has a telephone. 'I The Board of School Book ex aminers meet tbis week to. examine books for use in tbe public schools for the next five years. Already the agents of the various companies are putting in their appearance. Mr. Chas. Barney was called lo Columbus, Georgia, last week to re sume bis position as chief engineer on the road Irom that place to At lanta. Mr. Barney, if the extension is made, will in all probability ro main there several months. Colum bus and his friends will be sorry to part with him and his charming wife and children. The death of Mr. A. J. Feterson, of Pickensville, occurred last Monday after a lingering illness. In his death Pickens county loses a leading and in fluential citizen whose life was closely identified with her interests. Mr. Peterson was the father of Mrs. Jap, EiBton, who was at his bedside at the time of his death. To Mr. and Mrp. E is ton The Dispatch extends its sympathy. Dr. J. D. Hutchinson; accompan ied by his wife and Miss Irene, will leave about tha 10th of September for Atlantic City and New York on a pleasure trip. Dr. Hutchinson goes as a delegate from Mississippi co uieetiug of the Sovereign Grand Lode I. O. O. F., of the world which will be held in Atlantic City next month. A pleasant trip awaits them. Parties desiring to rent their resi dences or business houses or to dis pose of same will do well to place the same in the control of the Dis patch Real Estate and Rental Agency.- Good tenants secured, rents promptly collected and remit tances promptly made, property car ed for and managed and a general real estate and rental business car ried on. Extensive advertising in circular, pamphlet and newspapers free. The firm' of Kelly and Albert, bar bers, will be dissolved by mutual consent on September the 1st, Kelly Thompson retiring and Albert and Joe continuing the business at their present stand. The new firm will run in all respects a first class shop where neat and artibtic work will be done, and where every effort will be put forth to accomodate and please their customers and friends. They Bespectfully solicit your patronage. The Dispatch Real Estate and Rental Agency has received a num ber of inquiries regarding prairie, sandy and timber lands, in this sec tion for sale, and that we may furn ish the desired information we solicit the sale of ,such lands in Lowndes County. Parties placing their lands in our hands for sale 'will Lo assured of judicious and extensive advertis ing of same free. Their lands will be shown to prospective buyers by an experienced seller and nothing will be left undone to insure a speedy, profitable and satisfactory sale. Address all communications to the Dispatch Real Estate and Rental Agency. - Mr.' L. P. Wolf, editor of the Peoria, 111, Daily Sonne, a proiui- Ttent and influential paper devoted to German interests, has been in the city for several days past and hon ored the Dispatch office with a call- There is a large agricultural element in his section that is pros pecting in the South for a location, fcnd Mr. Wolf's visit to Columbus add vicinity was to acquaint himself with her people and the resources and advantages of the county that be may write up his visit and give his readers the benefit of his observa tion. Mr. Wolf is a pleafiant aud affable gentleman, an accomplished journalist, and made a charming impression on our people. He ex pressed himself delighted with Lis trip. Renfa THE DISPATCH state an ag-enoy. . , - Buvs. Sells and Kxchaneres Lands. t) t r i x juucitv ivxaiiay eta uu vuiniiiibbiuii. r ,n..Lj tt ri.-j vuuclicu, iiuusc.3 xvgai&u And Taxes Paid. Good Tenants Secured. llcnts Promptly Collected and Remittances Prompt ly Ma tie. Care and Manage ment of Property Solicited. CORRESPONDENCE : SOLICITED. No. No. 2. No. 3. FOR RENT OR SALE. Six-room residence on corner Fifth Avenue and Eighth Street, North. Stable, large garden, good water. Terms reasonable. Will be sold on installment plan. Brick residence on Market Street, opposite Court House, for rent. Four nice rooms; all necessary outhouses; city water; newly repainted ancj repaired. Concordia Hall, 40x80, above Franklin's, on Market atreet Large and spacious hall, suitable for amnsements, etc., for rent Terms extremely reasonable, . THE DULL MONTHS. IF YOU 6X3 EED A New Stove, a New Dinner Set, a New Tea Set, a New Toilet Set, a New Tin Water Set, Lamps, Glassware of any kind, Crockery of any kind, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Hardware or Tinware, Now is the Time to Buy Them. ? . J have a complete stock and otfer Vterfi cheaper 'than ever for the 2TEXT 1EJST DAYS. W. Hi. KEJ3VO?, itQiumpus .-. Hardware Lmponum Lithia Water and Baths Cure KIDNEY AND JiLA DDEIf Tit O TTR T, TZSi- Rheumatism, Insomnia and Gout. - : SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL, Lithia Springs, Ga. (20 Miles Irom Atlanta.) T-T T" RT A TV XT' "C5i-,-.-.-- Tote of Pass clirisUan. Mips.. " J ' J J -c. -LCi j. f and UaDttou, Colorado Massage, Electric, Vapor, Needle, shower. Steam and Mineral Baths, Modern 200 room hotel, dry climate, altitude 1200 feet. Rales: $10 to $20 per week; 5 per cent, discount by the month. Kooms wiih private bath, toilel and cold running water. Six trains daily to Atlanta; forty-five minutes' ride; also telephone communication. Accommodation for 400 exposition visitors. jane5-3m ELLIOTT t, BURKE, -DEALFEH IN- File 01 Liprs Wines anfl torn. (ADJOINING Fir ST NATIONAL BANK.) IB IB ZEBU EIIEZlZISr, Have now and keep constantly in stock a fincjassortiiient of Whiskies, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. PllICE LIST The Modern Beauty Thrives on good food and sunshine'; with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beautv. If her ftvstetn needs the cleansing ncl'mx of a laxative remedy, she uses tbentle and pleasant liquid laxa tivi Syrnp of Fit's. Lumber ! Lumber '. 1 have arranged tu bundle entire salos of a largo mill. Newly locat- ed. Call and see me, or drop a lino and I will call and see you. C. W. Miias. Best Old Lincoln County, ver gallon. ..$2 1 0 uid eoi;r Aiasti. )cr gallon ... 2 IV IJest Apple or l'cach Urandy, per gal 2 00 Old Holland (jin, per gnllon 2 00 luo-Proof Corn, per gallon 2 10 i-Hi-rroof Corn, per gallon 175 Good Bourbon, per galkn 1 iHI Old Koldnson ( ounly, per gallon X 75 fweet Calawfa Winr, per gallon 1 ;r I'niversity rlub Sour Mash, jmr gal... 2 ;"0 3 Year Old Sour MMi, per gallon 2 iiO 4 Year Old Mel wood Sour Wash.pr gal 3 50 4 Year Old Hard Made Sour Masli.... 3 50 Tombigbee Club Sour Wash, per gal... 5 00 Obi Chesierlield Hourbon, per gallon 5 00 OltLClieMerfield Kye, per gallon b 10 J a rues Ji. i'epper Sour Ma.rb, per gal... 5 CO 1 7 50 3 60 3 50 75 1 25 per quart l 25 1 25 W H Mcllrayer, per gallon... Imported Sherry, per galloD... Inipoited Port, per gallon St J ulien ttaret, per quart j amps E l'epper. pef quart...." j"uiuigoie ' inn, i neh-ieriieiil.per quart Janic-s iiennessy Cognac Brandy, qrt. 2 50 Sir ln-bt Peel Imported Gin, per qrt... 1 50 Alcohol, per gallon .- 3 50, Standard Alcohol per gal Ion ' " 4 00 Cantreli .Vr Cochran's Ginger Ale doz 225 Bats Ac t o Pale Ale per dozen 2 75 Guinness- Extra Foreign lorter doz... 2 75 liiuiweiser and Schlitz Beer per dozen 1 50 llostetter s Stomach Bitters ir bottle 1 00 Special Attention to the Shipping 'Trade JYo Extra Charge j or Jugs and Boxing. ELLIOTT & BURKE. v-i3 the: pi I ELY UKtmiiCHS. M Warren BW New Toric ItofeuL222S8?