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TI1K COLUM1ILA IIKHALI): FUJ 1)A V , OCTOUER 14. li8
BE SURE YOU'R
GO AHEAD !
-Davy Crocket's Maxim.
And the ladies of Columbia and
Maury County applied it right and
left on Monday lam. It's an estab
lished understood fact that when
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
advertise Specials that the goods
and prices are there to back them
up, and next MONDAY you'll find a
line of Silk Faced Velvets again, all
colors and black, at 49c; comment
tnnecessury, they're worth 75c.
Another 1000 yards of Sea Island,
yard wide, Domestic, 4c.
250 yards Unbleached Drilling, at
500 yards Soft Finish, yard-wide
Bleached Domestic, a famous and
well-known brand, good for Shirts
or Skirts, Gc yard.
Good standard Prints, ii and 5c.
Yard-wide Penangs, 6c to 10c.
Good Outings, Flannelettes and
Ginghams, 5c. .
See this Plush Cape,
24 inches long, full sweep, seal
plush, braided and beaded, Thibet
fur on colhr and front, handsome
ly lined. Good $6.00 value, just 25
For a Starter, $3.50.
Twenty-five more, similar style,
trimmed with Thibet fur, plain
seal plush, no braid or jet, $2.98.
Friday is Remnant Day and it will
be interesting and profitable to eco
nomical buyers. .
Maury Dry Goois ani Shoe Co.
Herbert Guest, now of Florence,
Ala., came up this week to spend
several days with relatives.
Rev. W. D. Wendel will leave the
first of next week to attend Confer
ence at Clarksville, and Mrs .Wen
del will go to Lynchburg to visit
The South Columbia EpworMi
League will have a literary meeting
at the residence of Mr. W. A. Quar
terman next Tuesday evening.
Watt West has returned from
Sandy Hook, where he has been
working for the railroad for several
Mrs. Geo. F. Sedberry and little
daughter Rebecca, who have been
visiting relatives here, returned
yesterday to their home in Nash
ville. Miss Wilburn MoKennon, we re
gret to report, is ill with malarial
Mrs. John Speed is also suffering
from a spell of malarial fever.
Mr. Blair Hayes entertained a few
of his friends on Thursday evening
of last week at the home of his sister
Mrs. J. W. Jackson, on Thirteenth
Bushels new corn In the ear wanted
hv Dm riitv Grain A Feed Co. See
or telephone them.
The Kepubllcann Will Let Cox and Cunning-hum
Run It Alone.
Tbe Republican Congressional
Convention met Tuesday at Law
renceburg for the purpose of decid
ing whether or not they would place
a candidate in the field for Congress.
The result was that they decided to
the contrary, thus virtually endors
ing Hon. J. A. Cunningham (gold
nninirAt). and leaving the race be-
l"S . Tho ';,
nrfed the convention from Colum
. . I a. I T a
hiawere. Messrs. G. W. Blackburn,
H. F. Farlss and T. N. Hughes. W.
t nnnick. of Lawrenceburg, was
mnHfl (Chairman of the convention
and T. N. Hughes, of this place,
To Wheat Growers.
I am in the market to pay the
highest cash price for your crop,
large or small, at any railroad sta
tion in Maury County. Have botr
theCitiiens' and Bell Telephone
Call me over.pither.
8. B. Nichols,
tf Carter's Creek, Tenn.
Registration Books Opn.
The registration books were
opened yesterday, and will continue
open duping to-day and to-morrow,
for the purpose of allowing all voters
to register who have changed their
residences since last registration or
who have not heretofore registered
and will be entitled to a vote at the
coming November election. The
books are in charge of Messrs. I. fe.
Lipscomb and Blair Hayes.
Miss Pearl Roan
is visiting Miss
Maj. J. B. Stacy, of
nere tnis week.
Mrs. Ulna Foster is visiting
uvea in ruiasKi.
Sol Gross is In the Northern mar
kets buying voods.
Henry Wilkins, of Fayetteville,
was here the past week.
Mn John B. McEwen, of Frank
lin, was here this week.
Mr. Jo L. Hutton visited relatives
at Shelbyville this week.
Miss Annie Helm has returned
from a visit to Nashville.,
Hon. J. A. Cunningham, of Kim
mins, was here this week.
Mr. H. B. Adams left Wednesday
for Franklin to visit friends.
Hon. Jas. A. Smlser went to Sum
mertown this week on business.
Attorney-General Frank Boyd, of
Waynesboro, was here this week.
Miss Delia Nichols, of Dark's Mill,
is the guest of Miss Lillie Wilson.
Misses Leonora and Lucy Zellner
spent last week visiting in Colum
bia. Mr. Jas. H. White spent several
days in Nashville this week on busi
ness. Miss SalUe Dunn, of Hendson
ville, is the guest of Mrs. 8. E. Cal
lender. Mrs. F. H. Smith has been visit
ing friends at Bigbyville during the
Miss Rosa F. Drane, of Texas, is
the guest of Mr. W. P. Woldridge
Mrs. W. W. Cherry is visiting her
sons, Messrs. J. P. and Octie Cherry,
Mrs. John M. Burns has been visi
ting relatives at Bigbyville during
Mrs. John Wilson, of Lynnville. is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Margaret Ingram, of Mt.
Pleasant, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
R. W. Watkins.
Mrs. John T. Gartner has returned
from Nashville, where she was
Messrs. Cheairs Mayes and Wm.
Evans attended the big ball in Pu
laski last evening.
Mrs. H. K. Bryson, after a visit to
relatives at, Cross Bridges, has re
turned to Fayetteville.
Mrs. Sbeppard (nee Miss Mamie
Yeatman), of Knoxville, is visiting
relatives at Ashwood.
Rev. Granville Allison, of Pulaski,
while here the past week, was tha
guest of Mrs. Hattie Jones.
Dr. W. A. Smith left last Saturday
to attend the Knights Templar
conclave at Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mrs. B. R. Roquemore (nre Miss
Crawford), of Yazoo City, Miss., is
visiting relatives iu West End.
Mr. T. J. Rea has returned from
Florence, Ala., where he has been
looking after his milling business
Mr. A. F. Brown has returned from
Dallas, Texas, where he attended
the State Fair as one of the cattle
Gartner Webb, accompanied by
his friend, Mr. 8. T. Carloss, of Tus
cumbia, Ala., visited relatives here
Judge and Mrs. E. E. Erwln, Mrs.
J. A. Guest and Mrs. H. L. Wheeler
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cowan
at Campbellsville this week.
Judge Sam Holding arrived last
Friday from Lawrenceburg, where
he has been holding court. He be
gan court in Pulaski Monday.
Miss Louise Woldridge and Miss
Rosa Drane spent Wednesday in
Nashville. Mrs. Woldridge spent
the day with relatives in Franklin.
Revs. F. B. Webb and 8. L. Mc-
Carty and Messrs. J. P. Street and
8. M. Stephetison returned last week
from Chattanooga, where they at
At the meeting of the Confederate
Veteran- Association in Pulaski
this week, Mis9 Annie F. Evans, of
this city, acted as sponsor for Leoni
das Polk Bivouac of Maury county,
with Misses Aileen Moore, Jean
Dobbins. Rebecca Williamson and
Lily Watkins as Maids of Honor.
Mr. T. H. Williams, who was
called to Nashville to attend the
bedside of his son Frank, who was
seriously 111 with pneumonia, has
returned, and reports Frank as be
ing very much improved. Mrs.
Williams is still at his bedside and
will bring him home next week.
Hi9 friends wish for him a speedy
The following are among the num
ber who attended the Confederate
Veterans reunion in Pulaski Wed
nesday and Thursday : Col. H. A.
Brown, Maj. J. T. Williamson. Col.
H. G. Evans, Messrs. John L. Jones,
W. B. Dobbins, M. B. Tomlinson,
Dr. J.G. Williamson, Loyd Cecil,
Dr. D. C. Kelley, J. P. White, and
Mrs. J. H. Fussell.
: BISFLAY OF FALL STYLES.
- ui xnuu wxi-uuw.
Our Grand Display of Fall Styles in
Millinery is still in progress, and we
cordially invite our friends to call
and see us.
Our stock of Millinery consists of
all the prettiest styles and shapes,
and our prices are made to suit the
most economical. We also call at
tention to our excellent assortment
of Fancy Caps, etc., for children,
Hair Switches and Hair Ornaments
of every description, and our stock
of the celebrated
Cosmetics and lleantifiei s,
made by Mrs. Gervaise Graham.
Please call and make an inspection.
Miss Beatrice Kerwict
at the Maury Dry
Goods & Shoe
For sale. See .
tf Satterfield & Dodsox.
and Good Taste in
and there should be. Letter
Paper and Envelopes are your
representatives. They should
look as well as you do wheu
you make a call or pay a visit,
Our high grade Stationery will
remind your correspondents of
. you in your best attire. It does
not cost much either. Good
taste in Stationery is not ex
pensive. We have just re
ceived the largest line of Fine
ox papers and Tablets ever
shown in this market, embrac
ing all the
Newest Styles, Latest
Tints and Correct Shapes,
ranging in price from 10c to
$2.48 for the large and elegant
holiday boxes. These goods
are the very latest, just receiv
ed and recently carefully se
lected bv our buyer in New
ork. They must be seen to
be appreciated a pleasure to
show them. Also just received
a large lot of .
Crepe Tissue Papers,
Plain, Tinted, Brocaded
Decorated. The largest
most elegant line of Wedding
and Holliday goods arriving
Watch for Our Grand Opening Date !
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
W. J. MOORE ASSIGNS.
Property Conveyed to Trustee
Iteneflt of Creditor.
W.J.Moore this week filed two
deeds of trust in the Raster's
office for the benefit of his ciedltors,
naming John W. Fry as trustee of
one deed and Mrs. Sallie Dobbins
trustee of ihe other.
The first assignment transfers to
Mr. Fry 325 acres of land in the 6th
district; 50 acres in the 8th district,
called the Indian Camp Spring
tract, and upon which Is located the
distillery plant, which is conveyed
with the land, and 40 acres in the
5th dist. The first conveyance is
encumbered by a mortgage of $3,000
in favor of John M. Allen, and the
second conveyance by a lien of
$2,000 held and owned by Jno. M
Burns, and the conveyances are
made subject to said encumber
ances. The 40-acre tract is conveyed
especially to secure a debt due W.J
Howard, Jr., his ward. The follow-
ins: creditors are named in the in
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, $3,
537.60; Bailey Peyton, $300; Dobbins
& Ewing. $118; Maury Nat-onal
Bank, $1,610; Chaffln Bros., $690;
Fleming & Rea, $840; H. F. Alex
ander, $750; John Rea, $422; Jas.
Andrews & Co., $220; J. M. Alln,
$790; T.J. Odell, $52; Jas. Howard,
$1,141.60; Figuers & Padgett, $125;
Jacob Barker, $1,600.
The conveyance is made with the
provision that if said debts are
satisfied by Oct. 1, 1899, this deed is
f be null and void; otherwise, the
trustee will proceed to sell the
property and pay the debts In ths
order named above.
The second assignment transfors
to Mrs. Dobbins, as trustee, a tract
containing 272 acre in the 5th dis
trict. This tract is encumbered by
a mortgage in favor of the North
Western Life Insurance Company to
secure a loan of $2,800. This con
veyance is made for securing to
Mrs. Hallle Dobbins a deot in tne
amount of $2,600 legacy, to Mrs.
Mattie Magruder a debt of $1,000,
and to Jno. W. and Mary Black a
debt of $1,000, and is made with the
provision that if said debts are
satisfied by Oct. 1, 1899, the con
vevance is to be null and void
Otherwise the property is to be sold
and the deb's paid, first satisfying
the mortgage of said insurance
The liabilities aggregate about
Old Groceryman Moved.
Jim Daimwood, the old North Mam
Street Grocer, is now selling groceries
from his new stand in the Titcomb
Block, next door to the Democrat otllce
If vou will keeD voureve on his ad from
week to week, it will be money In your
12 lbs best seed-tick coffee $1.00
14 lbs best country lard. 1.00
17 lbs Boston standard gran, sugar 1 00
8 bars Lenox Soap 25
tt-in. oluir. good chewing tobacco. . .05
4-oz. box best snuff 10
All the best grades of Hour, 24-lb
Rolled oat9. large packages for
2 doz. boxes ot uioue matcnea
7 different flavors of fancy table
syrup, per can
J. O. DAIMWOOD.
No. fl, North Main Street,
Hell Telephone So. 113 tt King
Arm Cut Off.
The friends of Mr. Wm. Bynum, a
former Columbian, will regret to
hear of the serious accident which
has befallen him at Phconix, Ari
zona, where he has been for several
years. Oue day recently Mr. Bynum
was riding a bicycle on the streets
of that city, when he was struck
an electric car and thrown under
the wheels. One of his arms was
crushed so badly that amputation
was necessary, and for awhile it
was thought the operation would
result fatally, but his condition has
Choice Seed Wheat.
We have a quantity of exceeding
ly choice cleaned seed wheat, test
ing 62 pounds per bushel, which we
offer at 75 cents per bushel.
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Mr. R. 8. Elam, of the Fly neigh
borhood, had his barn burned by are
one night last week. A lot of pro
vender was also consumed. Loss
about $1,000, with $500 Insurance.
Henry Davis is assistant clerk
tiXB Bethell House.
Attend the McMiliin-FowIer
speaking in Columbia to-day.
Mr. Lee 8acra, of Midway, Ky., is
clerking at Alcorn's drug-store.
Cabinet photos, best work, groups
or any, $1 per doz. Young & Evans.
Mr. A. B. McBride is visiting his
relatives near Sawdust and taking a
Miss Amy Gartner has accepted a
position at McKennon, Anderson &
Anew stone fence is being erected
in front of the public school build
ingon Embargo street.
Register, Democrats! if you
haven't already done so. Your vote
will be needed November 8.
We are glad to note the improve
ment or Airs. A. 11. Kains.
been on the sick list for
Frank Nicholson, who had his
foot mashed recently, is able to
go about now without the aid of
Mr. J. F. Brownlow has been con
fined to his bed for the past week.
His friend hope to see him out
Abbott & Buchanan's new brick
store is being rapily erected. Wat
son & Co., have also commenced
work on their building.
i The cool, brisk air these days
sends the blood tingling through the
veins and reminds us that autumn
is here in earnest.
Democrats, if you haven't a regis
tration certificate get one to-day or
to morrow, and help swell the ma
jority on November 8.
Mrs. Annie McLemore and family,
who have been boarding with Mrs.
w. B. Pobblns, have moved to the
Nicholson place in West End.
The thermometer took a tumble
Tuesday, and the weather has been
quite cool since. However, no frost
has yet been reported In this sec
Judge Richardson, the Populist
nominee for Governor, had an ap
pointment to speak here last Satur
day, but for some reason he failed to
reach the city.
The boys of Messrs. Shoup& Ball's
school went to Culleoka last hutur
day to play the team from Moore
Institute. The score stood 26 to 6 In
favor of the Culleokans.
Little Miss Virginia Webb, daugh
ter of Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Webb,
who has been suffering from a mild
case of diphtheria, is on the road to
recovery, and it is hoped that she
will be entirely well in a few days.
Fannie Lou. the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Butts, has been
quite sick for the past week, but is
now improving. Their little son
Archie, who had his foot hurt about
six weeks ago by a horse stepping
upon it, is still unable to walk, ai
though the injury is now improving
The report that the little girl had
diphtheria was a mistake.
Woldridge & Irvine will not be
downed, even by Forepaugh & Sells
brothers. They have a miniature
menagerie in their show-window, in
the shape of a lion that moves its
head and works its mouth, lust like
a sure-enough lion from the jungles
or Africa, and Mr. woldridge prom
lsestoglve a public exhibition to
the boys when he gets ready to feed
his pet raw beet.
New Grocery Opened !
We have opened up our new grocery.
with a full line of the nest and freshest
goods. We call attention to the follow
ui in icua icr mis wtseiv;
3 - .LI. 1 . .
12 lbs best grade Seed Tick Coffee. .$1.00
17 lbs best Granulated Sugar 1 00
14 lbs good Leaf Lard 1.00
10 packages XXXX Coffee 1.00
isew Country Sorghum, per gallon, .2d
3-lbcan Boston naked iteans 10
3 cans good Salmon 25
1 quart good Table Syrup 10
9 lbs good Keg Soda 25
24 lbs Host Flour 50
Keep your eye upon our "ad." each
week. It will pay you!
WHITK BROTH KRS,
North Main Street.
White it Daim wood's old stand.
liell Telephone 24
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
John O. Lee and wife to Mrs. Josie V
Lee. 47 acres in district, $200.
Wtn. Kittrell et al.to Kooin Jones, et
al.. lot in Mt. Pleasant, $225.
M. B. Tomlinson to Asbi Nicholson,
37 acres in oth district, $ 00.
W. A. Long to J. D. Frterson, interest
in estate or II A. Dawson, $ ,
Roland Hull and wife to W. It. Hay
wood, 114 acres in 20th district, $.'1,250.
Chas. W. Eddlemon et al, to M. K.
Wheeler, interest in land in 11th dis
Martha J. Eddlemon to M. K. Wheel
er. 62 acres in 1 1 th district, $175.
Pleasant Mussey to Colou Moss, lot in
Viti district. s.iu.
Pleasant Massey to Joe Huff, lot in
Uth district, $50,
W. H. Atkisson and wife to F.
Cheek. 2 tracts in 24th district. $750.
G. W. Tindall to M. P. Fox, 50 acres in
3rd district, 1,3)0.
Caroline B. Shires to C. A. Moore,
land in 25th district, $110.
W. R. Brown to E. M. Tucker, 9)i
acres in 22nd district, f-Vn).
W. B. Jones and wife to R. 8. Hardl
son, 34 2 5 acres in 25th district, $500.
1). K. Molloy and wife to A. Forbes,
70 acres in 22nd distr'ct. $1,500.
J. B. Wells and wife to A. Forbes, 20
acres in 23rd district, $l,U0.
W. M. Foster to J. A. Gilbreath, 150
acres in 7th district, $2,000.
R. W. llight. Sheriff, to J. D. Frier
L. 1 d'Uf lUlClCBb lit 1BUU IU WIO OMl UlCtl ilt
ft 11 .HO.
Mules to Loan.
I have a lot of good yearling
mules to loau until July next,
Apply to A. Z. Hughes,
oct7 4t Ashwood, Tenn,
egro Bone-Rollers Pulled.
titncer Lancaster raided a negro
crap game in Julius Blair s barber
shop at the depot last Sunday
morning, and caught one of the
bone-rollers, who Implicated six
others. The offenders were brought
before Judge Erwin Tuesday morn
ing, and tour of them were found
guilty and fined $2,50 and costs.
For Sale Cheap.
Second-hand surrey and buggy,
tf Satterfield & Dodso'n .
where to buy truslworthy goods.
It 6tops all hesitation and guess
work. If you are one of the
great host that buy here you
know the place. If not. favor us
and yourself by comparing
the style, quality and prices with
those found elsewhere. We
would not want you to if we
feared the result. Possibly you
may find you have paid too much
when you get our prices.
New Dress Goods.
There is economy, richness and
luxury among the new fall line
now ready. Rich, harmonious
shades in all the new weaves,
and just suited to economically
Where shall I buy the CARPET,
you ask yourself? Because it's
important CARPETS are not
bought for a single season. Be
fore deciding see the stock here.
It's the kind that wears well.
It's the kind that looks well.
Save regrets by taking our ad
vice. About Clothing
we have said little because it
has not been necessary to say
much. For nearly thirty years
we have enjoyed the reputation
of keeping the
Best aim Largest
' stock of Giatning
in Columbia. Over one hilt, of
the men and boys in Maurv
County buy thpir clothing here.
This is significant. Our prices
must be right.
We take especial pride in our
Aside from its stylish appear
ance, you will find its lasting
qualities second to none.
Opportunities for economical In
vestments iu every department.
THE SOLIIIEliS AKE COMING.
Columbia Will llitve nn Kncaininnent of
Columbia will entertain a portion
of Uncle Sam's Volunteer Army.
About 300 of the soldier boys will be
here to-nsy or to-morrow, and by the
12th or JNovember there will be au
encampment of 2 600.
This fact became generally known
Wednesday, when Capt. W. B.
Homer, of the United States Army,
and Mai. D. P. l'jrter, of the First
Mississippi Volunteers, reached Co
lumbia fur the purpose of selecting a
site to encamp he troops and to ar
range for their reception. The offi
cers decided upon South Side Park
as the most suitable place for the
location of the soldiers, and Mai.
Porter and Capt. Homer will re
main here until they arrrive.
The soldiers are the First and
Second Mississippi regiments, all
but three hundred of whom are now
out on furlough and have been or
dered to report for dutv here on
Nov. 12. How long they will remain
here is not positively known; but it
is quite probable that they will par
take of our hospitality for ouly one
or two months and then be mustered
out of service. These troops have.
heretofore been encamped at Lau
derdale, Miss. Soon after they
reach here they will be paid off.
Trie soldiers will be supplied with
Duck River "punch," as there is al
ready a water main running out to
the grounds. An additional amount
of pipe will be laid over the grounds
for the convenience ot the various
1 he location of an encampment
here was very much of a surprise to
many of our citizens. The promo
ters of the movement have been
working quietly for some time to se
cure the camp, and, while there are
many oi our citizeus who are in fa
vor of having the soldiers brought
nere, there are a great many others
who are sternly opposed to it. Be
that as It may, however, they are
coming, and, welcome or unwel
come, tney win be our guests lor a
Card of Thanks.
Arthur and Mrs. McPhee desire to
thank the many friends for their
kindness and sympathy shown them
durimr the sickness and death of
their daughter,' and for the beauti
ful flowers so kindly sent.
Mr. and Mrs. McPhek.
Have a fresh car-load, just arrived.
Style and finish can't be equaled
Come quick and see.
tf SATTERFIELD & DODSON.
Mr. Jas. T. Odell and Miss Dora
Wilson were united In marriage last
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at
the residence of the bride's mother
Mrs. 8usan Wilson, on Embargo
street, lne ceremony was ner
formed by Elder Wm. Spivey, In
the presence of a few relatives and
friends. The bride is a highly re
spected young lady of this city, and
me groom is an industrious young
larmer or tne Dark a Mill neighbor
hood. Mr. and Mrs. Odell will niak
their home at Dark's Mill. They
have many friends who wish for
them a happy, prosperous married
wilrgo to Manila. We will remain
here and sell the finest line of bug
gies and surries ever offered. Some
feal bargains. See
tf SATTERFIELD & DoDSON'.
For the prevention of Hog
Cholera and Swine Plague.
This medicine U sold b a prv
tive, wbich we claim it will do, if
used in time and stock is properly
ieu anu quartered, raking the ex
perience of hundreds of
Maury County Farmers,
who have used this remedy, we can
safely say it has saved Ik) per ceut
of the hogs that were affected, and
stopped the progress of disease in
the herds. A number claim to have
made cures after hogs were infected
We strongly urge farmers to use
this remedy regularly throughout
the year as a tonic, and to fortify
against disease. Hold by
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
-BARR & OAKES-
We carry everything our line o4
business calls for, whether it be the
most expensive or more modes! in
Our stock is bonght to accommo
date those in distress, and our prices
are neither for the rich nor the poor,
but to suit the occasion for those
favored of fortune, or lor the humble
home where cruel Death has made
his always unwelcome visit.
Our business motto is to "Do as we
would be done by," ami to consci
entiously discharge all. sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Office, Citizen' Telephone No. 120.
It A Hit, lUxIcltMico,
Itell Telephone It.'Ct.
JOHN A. OAKK, IteHlilence,
C'ltl.'n' telephone No. 03.
L'NCALLKD roil LKTT KK.3
The follow ing I the list of letters
the week ending October 14,1808.
Lewis, Mrs Lou 2
Marslella, Mrs R
Che, Miss M
Pinion, M rs M
( amel, Charles
Cox, T J
Cooper, Martha E
Donaldson, Malinda Prince, Mr M
Pown. A W
Frierson, H C D
Geldreick, Miss (
Guill, Mrs L(l
Guine, Miss J
Haggott, Mrs W
Shaerher, Miss L
Scott, Mrs J A
Smith, Mrs B
Stevenson, Mary. II
Stewart, M K
True, Minnie L
Watk iiiit, Kli.ai
Weatherly, Mrs N
Webster, Km ma
Whitesi'lo, (1 B
Kennedy, Lula 2
Parties calling for t lie ,"'
will please say advertlsod.
H. F. Fa kiss, P
The City Grain & Feed To., guar
antee you the highest market price
for yourcrop of new com. See them
Robbery at Ml. Plciisunt. .
TIip commissary of the Mt. Pleas
ant Phosphate Company, at Mt.
Pleasant, whs entered by burglars
last Tuesday night, and $12 or $15 in
cash, a dozen pairs of ehoes and
some other goods were taken away.
No clue has yet been found to the
Tine gubernatorial candidates will
arrive in the city this morning, and
the speaking will begiu at the Opera
House at 1 o clock, the doors being
open at 12:30. Let everyone attend!
We have sold more than fifty
Hoosier Drills this season. The
best will sell. Give your order quick
if you want one. See
tf Satterkikld & Doion.
The First Tennessee.
Dispatches from San Francisco
state that tho next expedition for
the Philippine is being rapidly pre
pared and will be ready set sail
within a few days, lhis expedition
will include the First Tennessee
Beer J)jing in Wauie and Perry.
The few remainini'Qeer in Lawrence
snd Wavne counties are reported to be
dying off rapidly. A number of far-
passes have been found lately, covered
with ticks, and it is the geueral bvlief
that it is the Texas ticks that have
Satterfield & Dodson when you want
a buggy or surrey. They keep right
up with the latest ard best styles,
Mrtu lrel Branch, an employe of
the Columbii Mill fe Elevator Com
pany, had both bones in one of his
arms brokt-n last Matur l,,y, while at
work at the mill. He is getklig
along as nicely as could be expected,
and it is to be hoped that the injured,
member will soon be well.
guaranteed to cure.
tor the bloi
Tno More Raised Checks.
Nashville. Oct. 7. Two mre
checks for $100 each, rsised by Crty
Treasurer Dos, were discovered-today.
One of thlf m wr.:, ; r.ied xt
March. Doss' shortage will not be