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LOCALS. ANNOUNCEViCNTS. KDll M A Volt. f H-e ii'iilrir ifl lo annmnre CATT E. S IxLNM'.i.l. as a raniliilnte for ! etvi'i ! ir p'iism of Miyor of ("o In i it i-, siJj,-i t to tLc ticti-ju uf tLf Peiu ocr.i.ic I'.triy. Foil Al.UKRMAN. V i-art ni.ihorize'.l to aiinmince MR. 1! A. " A VKI5 h riinJiiliiir fur re r lvcliui fur A 'il'-nu ill from il:e First WarJ. nub j. cl tn iLe uc'ii n of tlie lemoe lie party V e 'e a'ltliori.vil to aunouuca Mit JK"K1 H'jl KKIt as a camliiiatr for re rlt't li'n for AMr-uian from the Tliiru Wjr I milijid to lUe action uf the l'eiuo crt'.ic h ri. V e an- HiillMr;."il 1 1 ami nince M it. W. I . J! K a a unululaie for ie-i!eeli'ii foi Al,!-r:ud:i from Hie Kmirili Wuril, aui j to t! i' aclion of the 1 i.Mii(K'iaiio party. Vi e are ntiiiio. izt1 1 to announce Mil 'A i tiALVIN tit a cuvliilul" for re !' tioii fir A Minimi fr jiii the tilth Ward ml j vt to thj uciiou of llie Dvmocra'ic pai:y Old papers for sale at this office. 'i.-nJ in j our ads. for Sunday's pa;-er eaily. Mr. Ji::i Lance, of Caledonia, was ia the city Monday. (let your "ad" in Sunday's Dis r.vicif.. Iviglit pases. Mr. Vv'. S. Turner, of Crawford, was in the city yesterday. l")r. h. C. Harvey, of Steenston, spent Monday in the city. Capt. D.J. Lacey, of Caledonia, was i:i the city yesterday. . Mr. I,. A. Shipuian,a well known Southern official, was here Mon day. Mr. V. K. West and two sons, of Caledonia, paid us a pleasant cali yesterday. Mr. T. J. Kilis, of Dow, a popu ciiYen of tint neighborhood, spent M.).:day in the city. Mr. J. P. Uillnps, Traveling IV-senger Agent of the Southern, s;-. :it Sunday at home. ' Ir. Joseph Donov I.imilv have retur a nt visit to -'' WOOD ITC.US. Oar :o?iortkv u nut in running order Net. A. W. Ilu.ler has been con: -. p':-I Woe' i tlu.-e ; till i : bee-.-:: breu.!, when -Yin.-.l postmaster a:id sup '.lie paraphernalia of the L it l'-t n . keen able to sa or. to ci try the mail from ; .i C.deiL.;:: i. I suppose , i t oi t.iail en route for f.ee. but I a-n fearful it will S.ke the Gibbeonites' 1 th:;;.; and bottles were .hey went out to meet Joshua, before we get it. The trouble- to . t and th about t for th. Ca!e fe.v, if cn.ry O . i- get V.od 3 ' via v -.kiu via C : each o.y.e crer.sL it; ah i:t vi-r oliiee is this: We have i.;r mail from Caledonia, e pr.stoiTiee department pays ave fourths of the amouni : :crvkM that the ofhee at .'ia ofU, and there is but a ay, that will contract to the mail for that amount. . r,i i the outset was to lne-1 to Route Xo. 20, v.iiij.h to Caledonia, and return to Columbus ee, which would give a daily mail and not in-..i-tunce over one a. id a had . lea the round trip. If v car.i.ot .;et a daily mail on this ro.tte we will be satisfied to take ovr n.-til as usual from Colum bus. Ib'ii- J-vhn M. Allen wrote nie r itins that we needed and sho;:!.l have a daily mail, if in his iMwvfr ;. s'et it for us. You know when loliii s- ts his head to doanv thing lie is hard to head off. MY;. Wc.od entertained a jr r. la. lies ..tf.iruav, tl: Dots Prom Stccnslon. Tl-.ere Is not much sickness in our community. Th iport that was circulated seme time ajjothat "Sino" had run away was not true. Our schools will open iu good shap'e, with Miss Young at Steens to. Miss Sadie Young at the Har ris sthool, and either Miss Roden or :i s Ma-gie T.gger will get the I'i.ity Grove school, I think. f was very glad a few days ago to see quite a large bundle contain- i in- topics of the Dispatch open"' at this office, and hope to se na ruber still increase. CottI s.'i ing at living prices nowj .. ,1 . iinin.1 r -vr a 1 i mi a n 't: v. ith their county paper Dr. Quiun has moved liis to Col ..mbus and will foil hi i:i -.elf Mine t uie soon We axe very sorry to give y t'-rrp. lie is our family ( a.'d alsa postmaster at '( '1 lie postoffice may go would be a great incor jl tl.is community. j I'ntle Alex Re dead several"' ivY l.ed nig-' news J n:uc!u V Me Fi. i:e censure n-J the de ar The law uals or the are both all pn .au us iuey are. f ; power should t-ft.-.e except by of the best not upon n of one man and ch are the facts in Majority c ( county, UI3 How it i, pe-hS, the ! i Mr. Cook's fa that I tirtu I busi 'Vouuty I fid . Ii and aunot Le jri Catarrh if yi. CHENEY rflH andiul s;ribod 4 thiH Clh day of 1S8G. A. W.OLKASOX. AfitP" av j an w J f 4 . i v . " 1 . vv I "'07 f- oJi L.ii' a; THERE. V. Club Offer. Try our club offers. Here they are: Thrice a-wetk New Yoik World and the Weekly Dispatch one year, only $1.50 in advance. "Ilonie& Farm" and the Week ly Dispatch one year, only Ji. 00 in advance. Memphis Semi-Weekly Commer cial and the Weekly Dispatch one yecr, only 51.50 in advance. Weekly" Atlanta Constitution and the Weekly Dispatch, cue year, only $1.50 iu advance Send iu your subscription. Ad dress all communications to The Dispatch, Columbus, Miss. The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Com plaints, having used it iu my fam ily for the last five years, to the exclusion of physician's prescrip tiens or other pieparations." Rev. John Hurgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a min ister of the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more, and have never found anything so ben eficial, or that gave nie such speedy relief, as Dr. King's New Discov- i'3" epVy." Try this ideal cough retne- -V. ... . . , o s now. i rial Dottles tree at . 6 iV Phattniaii,cc1 riirr cfrrt .r .tA" oJkand Excuksiox ! 11 1 81, v ; ', one ; 2 and 7 - , "' 6. j had an ext y"l. U . and 1. -1 the djT -"' t. S U Mts. eJ Sent ojf ,, - - s - K Fnl. . -- d on Q " 3 2. ? V " 6 o 2 a tr I .,:ie ;. i. .-i:ieer -5 -O 1 ri C. 2 i iut'l X Z.T 0 I ofthe: Y- f- r " - - s' - 5 , Jr r:. r a r. u r X A " a I yT j... .. .. . r , r n i - - L ? c a X o " ,s I J S c - u:'"' -i ? 3 w c- H" fi - I 3 S -g & : -s I. g- & V - B M S C 2 2. 2 S. 1 "C B P - ft rf n -f u t. 1 t fc"? S g 3 s. a w . j- y to c -t ! c m n- ? aTterr-- Lerday to New Albany, several dayi stay in Columbus. Wl.at o6 want when you are ail iny; is a nirdieine thHt will cure you. Tty Hood's SarsMfarillattQil be con vii.etd of its merit. See I'M. K. McKachin and place your risks against sickness and ac ch'.ents in the old reliable at a very- low rate. sept 20-at Mr. Joe Ilury and wife have re turned to Birmingham, Ala., after a pieasant visit lo his home in this city. 'J he vis j r. mods tLp prowlh of the luiir, and r st. r s its natural color Rud bounty, fr.'es ttiH sculp of di.ndrnff, tetter hn.l all impurities. Mr. J. F. Alexander will occupy Mr. J. L. S. Albright's new cot tage on the Highlands as soon a.-. completed. liKICK I'OR SALE I make liflliing but large brick, which are a great saving to the builder: low est pi ices. Your orders solicited. Apply to M. L. Howard or B. II. Atkinson. Dr. E. W. Jaiiiiesou, of Caledo r.i i. dropped in and passed the com pliments Monday. Always glad to see oar friends. I'OR RENT The residence of T.'G. Hardy, i:i South Columbus; til Juiveuiences, including water and gas. Apply to s 20-1 m J. II. Bkickf.ll. Mrs. II. B. Powell, the accom- pliMied teacher ol art at the I. I. &. . C, is located wiih Mr. and Mis. YiYn. Topp for "the winter. Ladies must not forget, 0:1 their sit '!-.iin tour, that lohnston has 1 1 o ----- 1 II ' ve-.: iu v.: of I 'l , Th O.viil; t :' 1 re c 3 u ? c- a m -ture. : sweet potatJj ; to the drouth; .p (fall p!intii . i; lojYs strange , t'.. aled i i cotton, -. I" on ope:: t 1 e n o re w r n a B C es from South Africa con- 1 report that Olive Schrei- fcouth Afiicau writer, is in u stiaichtened circmn. Her home iu Kimberley small place, consisting of j'l'Oms and a kitchen. She (r own housework, and may Cauy day cooking dinner on uln stove iu the dining -room A lay cottage. ;idelberg doctor h?s a some 'ikesque solution for the mbles. He proposes that '. d should be made into a K'.ropathic establishment, I "Jie victims of chronic I ? netvous ailments and iu the fatherland could be German doctors. He .hat the first tjreat- Columbus to Birmiiiirhnm. Saturday, Sept. 2Gtli. $2 Kound Trip. Train leaves at 7:30 a. m. THE NEW YORK WORLD, THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. IS PAGES A WEE!:. 154 PAPERS A YEAR Is larger than any weekly or fpiiu weoUly iifijicr piililishcd, mid is tin only important. Democratic! "weekly" pulili.-hetl in New York city. Three time a lui'o as the leitdins; lepnb!ieun weekly of w York city. It will lie of especial ndvaiitne to you (Im-iiii; the I'itKSI 1 KM'1A li C'A.Ml'All.i.V, as it in piiljlihhed every other day, except iSunday, nnd Iiii'm hII the lresljiii i.s anil timeliness of a daily. It combines nil the news with a lonii list t interestinif departments. H'' -iires, cartoons and graph- C . . -k: JJj,.-J er licinj. H S. SELIQ'S FALL ANNOUNCEMENT Will Appear Here. 4 t OrrOSITE FELDOT TO'S STUDIO, ADJOIN ING TEASDALE'S BOOK STORE, IS SHERRILL'S Hardware Store GET HIS PRICES ON Guns, Sieves, Opaque China, Din nc r Sets, llims, Wagon Spokes, Etc. lorllE IS AMAZINGLY IN IT. t, Cd & 6 fra 6 64 6 6 Sip Co MAXUFACTURLK8 OF High Grade Cypress Shingles, Warranted fiiporior to Mobile Saingles. Pine and Cypress Lumber. All Kinds Dressed Lumber, - Kiln Dried, FLOORING, CEILINU, FINISHING I.UMBEK, KOULD JNGS, E:c. 1LJRMS CASH. TIIOiNE NO. 1. wclu9G lyr . II'. MILLS. President. W. M. O TTLEY & SOf t M e? -i (1 c ,'iveu orders faction of calf vaccina- i rder to stem the an- ot smallpox, which 'ss than one fifth of Jjpulation every time 1 At a recent public cer- .amcer made a speech S the people to aid hini S universal vaccination -rtVe been i . tin, i.,isk nicreuse v tiim at one dollar per year. We offer this unequaled news paper and the Dispatch one year for $1.50. aV the 20th of September, iiie; is not common; b it iir.es will occur some- gin Sue'ii a i str.M.'; ti:a.s. t!ur be'.fer lir.'.i has just returned frrv 1 Ne.tlcton, Miss. She reports crop 1 very bad except early con, which ii 'fairly good. :;.-:t i'riilny is the re-unioa f the 0. 'e.'.onia Rides. They gener al' v .:-eet at Caledonia, have a gt 1 :ianer, and exchange a few - . 1 ... . ..f 41..... nrul1,! joxes t.aiKi siniic ui luiiu 3 rourii, loo), aaa retire lor me uay. Wved, Mi- s., Sept. 21, 1896. mi 61 t V ' '! rW'.'i a vv. -ert arm'Cul- ivate w' 11 ind rapidly. By pur iing this course, we will seldom ui: ke a bad failure. : "SlNO." Stecuslcn, Se-.:t. 21. CASTORIA For Infanti and Children. 1 -e- r v.. t Com or received a beautiful line oi Children's Suits for winter, rang ing from ; 2.5 J to ?5. Misses Lucy Hell and Fannie Jo!)e returned yesterday from a vi..itto Philadelphia, where they spent the summer very pleasantly. Ii you receive a sample copy of the Disi'.VTCit this week it is an in vi'.i'iiou to subscribe. Do so at 0. 1ee, and if not convenient to pay now, send in your name and pay v. '.ien convenient. LOST OR STOLEN A pointer puppy, four months old; eats v. ute; fe;n ale; very much like J. I:. Mjxvv.'ll's dog, Laura. Infor- 1. - .lii.a cf its whereabouts will be very inuc'u appreciated by C. C. McGsiv. ora si i . . Liu'etv-tntidir;' i f t'ei : ,,- 11-' (1 li e !;": V pil. ' . )- .'. iv ri--jvri '- ' l- '. fie:!' ill'leil'iT'.--. t j I k is cointert i'l v. t' .1 m niuny forta;- of . i : ,. .1 il ie t. any nctunl 1 1.--, 1 , -'v t : 11 run: tipetoU'or.!. ,. .. u . v iiich tlie p!er'm"it ,t. 1: .ipof 1' ir. prriupt , . , .. 't '.' i" i:. v ',iv Jt is the only - ill i',-;iio-iS' f f:!ni lies, ami - .. . . 1 10 biilily l.y a'l 1 i.- i t'i. Its iK'liefii iel j . ,it i- t''J f t. fial. it .1 tii 11 !v- .. i' ii y.r'.wo'"R int'rr; 1 ,..s, , 1; -,t .'el.:lit:itirir tli , iv.i ; . 'i i it in teei-'fin . :,v -ii.t. le. oi.! I' to tret its lieni- ti . 1 oi els, til null' wuen yon ii,r chi s- , !. von lii vj tlie p-emiiiif arfi , ',. , Is hi uiiisai tiircj by tlio C. !: foi-i . . i'i ' nip ' only and Eold by e ilriiT'-it 1. -i I.., mee.t of p-norl licsltl-. . .U"n inrfirular, la.'.atives 01 i, 1 1 . s fre tie'a net nedcd. 1' 1 v '-.h u.n B t.iid disefise. or. 1 ff,- ! ..IH'V U -Ii d Id tl'Omiwt Klilllll-l . : ... - f i iv -.t rf a l-ivnt't". 1 . Ir-v t l -i'. iMi.l U'.tU toe . ; .... I Ihtc, S.'.Tl ;) '; ..f..,...;. t ..!-,. -4 nd i most larr i 1 fcedandgivesmofetgeuCraUaUsluttion. Idling : 1 -1 ' l' in; Communicated. As I have seen nothing from these parts touching' ou the par iloi.ing of Colin and Roberts, and, ie.irirg that some one may think by 01. r silence that we approve cf iheie law-breakers being pardoned t': , -gat I would write and let you a id yoitf readers kiiow that we a,e with "Citizen" who wrote the , . . 1 t c .. a.'je.e ill ine commercial 01 ocp te av ,-r 3rd, and "Another Citizen," w'.. '.'ad an article in the Coinmer ni -r.i-il of September 13. With our l ;-t Grand Jury and our Judge, the T -V' rV...n liai'l I a ).i. sertiiuiu aj i-c, mi. u..-ifc 11 ee;.; v.e ever nail, we siana vp.;. -e and flat-fooled upon thej :.!i...i:m that these gentlemen .Ian.!, and all others whose object '. is to hew to the line of right and '.'. the chips fall where they may. This is the sentiment of nine-tenths -f t-.;.r citizens iu this neck of the Tie article in the Com nr..:cial of the 13th, signed Joe Cook (our friend Joe Iron Artesia you all know lib 1), had almost two columns. Ye h id facts I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; 1 1 rankliu's reasonsi, 2, 3, 4, , 7, and what did he say all t.t these facts and reasons? ; lelphia Record tells the tly storyof Bvmpnthttic im;)ocuuionBnesi; a 1102a yoniu started to take his best girl to thn city one tveriing last week. The couple boarded a Fifttenth street ear, a-id when the condbctor come iu for the fair tLe youug mau dived down in hia poiket for a couplu of iiie!;- yA 1 I- 1 es. 10 U'.S corror us iiitcoveroa thut hia p jtket was absolutely empty. L i .kiii up at the conductor he blurted cut: ''I'feehaQged mp punts aad left my money at Loujh." Then li looked questiouin2'y at the girl- She shook her head aud murmured: '.So have I." The Conductor grian- e 1. the tnuidua blushed, and the young man fiignahd to step. are war, cf chocolate 0:1 ihe mar ket, but only one best. We've got that end use it ft c::r soda. It's the best you ever tasted, j You'll itftk so when you j try it. 5 cents. Ice cold. MAYO & WEAVER. ifi- Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Agricultural Implements, lfeuschold Goods, . FINE GUNS AMD FIXED AMMUMTIC Harness and Saddles. Buck's Celebrated Stoves a Specialty. -w -W 1TTV a SAS1T. D O OJCS. visusuv. sepio-4tu MISS TILLIE BAILEY IS NOW NORTH BUYING HER 11 A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of the Woith- iii;ton, Ind., Sun, wntes: "You have a valuable prescription " ih iikctric Uitttters, aud I can cheer laiiy rw jtnend it for coustip'alion ''ache, and as a eoeral 4t lias no equal." tehle, 2625 Cottage Xhicago, was all run. yt eat nor digest . backache wliich felt tired and I ottles of I-lectric er henlih and re fill. Trice 50 cents 1 bottle at E. C. sto;e. 6 aud ( 1 We 1 ,-. : e r.o hesitation in recom- r..endia Garland stoves. Their high reputation for durability, eeonomj, of. full convenience and artistic f.uish stamp them as "The world's best." It is the constant r.iiu cf the manufacturers to make the very best stove that can be pro duced.' They. are unequaled. A Sherrill's. . Sti'.l'in the ring, With 110 wings, i Lut get there all the same. Wynne &Rabb are still prepared to furnish those wishing b'rch Pork, Sausage, Leaf Lard, Choice Leef and Lamb. l-Yill weights and prompt delivery. We solicit your patronage, epci-im WYXNK & RALB. Tek phone connection. fa art Winter Stt of mm. Which promises to be the largest ever brought to this mar ket. Trices this season will be down to the lowest figure. Watch for the Great Fall Opening. Ml SS TILLIE DA I LEY, Millinery, sep9-4nl G,W. Sherman & Co. COTTON BUYERS. Office Market St., above Walket cc Donoghtie's. All Grades of Cotton Bought for .Caih Lfcng Priszs Paid for Long C ti;-!d Cct'.on. J'OICJOUS ADVERTISINO Has n. hted many a cew lusuiess. 11 iS ri II 3 r ll.ii r- :.-, f L.:.. a about the Governor quib-jll e p 'ori'nl rcdny an ol3 basinet b. ivtni tnhny a dull buiutss. many a li st tniiiess. 1 miiiiy a laihrg busings. I'd urntiv a larg buiiiijeMt. Joe said lie didtt't censure; Ana 8e-rc3 Bactets in any business- ILLIEOISCEHTRAL RAILROAD. how Double Doily Service LI'TWLEN New Orleans, Saint Louis, . Cincinnati, Louisville and Chicago. . . COLUriBUS Insurance and Banking Co. COLUMnUH. MISSISSIPPI. ggkJ Capital, fully paid up, $300,000 OJJeit n.ik la tb Stale, WltU the Urtejt GuUif CcplUl. lt!ntlnert it. -wtt iIurlDi lh wf, mkI wJ-mwl IU .tMttlUw lut UK wirEuaMam ,:t prtucipiU eM boopbl ai.4 .'rtd. Bond.. Utm-ki t4 W jltt UU. J- 1 n bunuimi hi ltoo.1 m. lel of Uiree Bros milnlore. Flra-ml luHUt 1"J? - to?l IlwriiiK Ht.l Bf. with time loc nd bJtiilM proo tuliiMOt 1 tiM t-mdltlM puUHW lour time, per ai.nun.. .! as o:ten M itt ojtlo. oC 8UU tunc kkh-J. M. Billup. ITesldenti J. O BinkJ, TtM-rral!(l W. a LM,CMkMtd L Ayr.., Tellc; C H. Hopkins, BooM-kMperi lt "JVT- . milmta iiKittTiRj-w. il bum. i- o. bnxj. u. b. hum, & x. tjtm, a. w. om, . . hhIi . B. rrDi Blllup. . . ... ... H. B.-rt lolldt dtpoilu Ui iiuluM. 4UlU 0ltmi, HUB "" sm t; m pnw. STINSON & WATSON, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Foreign and Domestic Marble AND GRANITE MARBLE & HEADSTONES. Patronize Home Enterprise and save high prices charged by -crn concerns. Fanners coining to town can purchase MonumenU take home with them the same day of purchase. -jrDou't fail to see us before purchasing. STIXSOX& WATSOX, Columbus, Miss, septzo-2m i V.