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Clo.2k and Suit Department.
So many beautiful garments have 1een crowded into our CloaV Room that
h , y attempt to o.-ribe inditidual cloaks or suit woul 1 be an injustice to
hundreds of others.
Long Coats, Swell Raglans and
New Markets, Box Coats.
$5.00 Special Sale of Jackets.
Included in this lot are Jackets worth M 00 and ?7 .VJ, io Dice assortment
of colors red, tan, brown ami biaek.
Handsome Tailor Suits.
'Tis as fH" for you to be suited as 'tis f-.r your me n folks. Ve guarantee
a pfrfeet tit in f'ur Ladies lieai-lymade Department. A iteration s made by
an fsirt. Si-ial 10 00 Tailor'Suita for r.eu week, worth 12 .J and
Dress Goods.
On bargain table Saturday an 1 Monday you will find j-ist what you may
want in l-r"H Goods.
No. --J) pieces ;il yrx.l P;aid". worth .V)o Bnd '-, inch'-s wide, fiv.
In Pieces of I.") ir.ch .inline l'iaids. worth 1.2T per yard, at 7.V.
4 Pi'-ees of j 1 iid l.ack suiting for Walking Skirts and Jackets, in brown,
fray hih! flie. worth 21.(p; choice 7-.
Every shade of the best ?1 DO quality,
Unit for il.).
Black Silks.
7- Vards of black corded Silk, -TV: a
Yard wide biaek Tal'et.i Suk. 1 xjks
Saturday ana Monday gl.OOa
Carpet Department.
To close about o pieces (,t fine Axminster Velvet Carpets we are ejoinj? to
offer choice of the beautiful patterns made, laid and lined for 95c a yard.
Uhi a yard fo' ood quality all-wool
5J.V; for gKKi cottfjo Chain Carpets,
Special Rug Sale.
31xoo fimvrna Uubb, beautiful assortment of colors, worth $2 -jO. Sale
price, 1 ',)'.
itin.V; Hmyrna Rugs, regular f-2 00
:!0 short lentfths in Mattings, ransira
pieces worth as high as 3-k:; choice by the remnant, 15c per yard.
it i
We are preparod to furnish anything
called for in our line, and our prices
are reasoiiKh p.. Prompt attention
yuid to ail calls, day or night.
Office, BeK : : : :
Office, Cit'zeti- : : :
Residence, In" A. Oakes, Citz.
II. E. Nichols, Bell
Engines and all kin'ls of Farming
Machinery repaired. Will also do
Plumber's work. Prices reasonable.
Mm Near co. High it Eleventh,
For the next TEX DAYS we are
, going to clo&e out all of our Picture
Frames at and below cost. We need
the room. Come at once if you
want first choice.
IT. 7tli St. Photographers.
(Successor to Jones it Vaughan.)
AH kinds of Lumber. Sash, Poors, Blindr
Laths, Shingles and Posts. We also wish
to buy all u'radea of Hough Lumber.
C'iU'zens"phone 14s. East Stli Stree
Mrs. Head, of Williamsport,
13 V1SI
ting Mrs. W. A. Holt
Mrs. Bean and daughter, Miss
retta Burch of Nashvide, are here
visit to Mrs. James Grimes.
Mr. and Mrs. West Roberta
on a
moved to the Ragsdale cottage
Twefth street.
Mr. George Grimes, of Sheffield,
been visiting his brother Mr. J
Mr. Blair Hayes, ia visiting in Lewis
burg. Noble Blair ppent Sunday in Law
renceburg. Mahlon Gilbert has returned from
Sheffield, where he attended th street
Misses Josie and Jessie Tegarden.
after visiting friends at Sheffield and
attending the street fair, have re
turned home.
Rev. W. A. Leath and Rv J F.
Tiunon, both of whom were formerly
pastors of the South Columbia Metho
dist church, were here Wednesday.
Mrs. Hrbisonnf Santa Fe. visted
her mother Sunday in West End.
"Cash," an old dog owned by
T. J. Tucker, died Sunday. He
fifteen years old, and the owner
him for thirteen years.
Mr. John Trotwond Moore shipped
fine hilf, with attended, to Boston,
Maes., Saturday.
IllltH V
II VllUliU
Hew pp
M-inch Broadcloth, the best in the
as good as the H .7) guaranteed Silk;
r'arrets, worth C)C.
worth more.
size, extra good quality, choice 1 50.
from 5 to 20 yards in a piece, some
Miss Stella Grigsby, of Thick, who
has been visiting relatives nere, has
gone to Dickson to soend some time.
' Six nabinet photos, and one 16x30
crayon, for $1 25 at Young's. tf
Mr. George Didehay and bride of
Nashville, are visiting at Dr. Olivers, of
Fob Sale 10 barrels pure apple vine
gar, one year old. S'5 per barrel, 25
centb per gallon. Horace Raisey. It
We want to buy rve and Utrlv, and
sell you oats and corn, wheat bags, etc.
Columbia Mercantile Storage Co. tf
! Taken op, at A. P. Roberts', on the
Cat.es' plac-, oa August 1, three hogs.
Owner can recover same by paying for
feed bill and advertisement. zt
We have just received a fresh Bhip
ment of stylish, ready-to-wear hats.
Will sell them cheap.
It Mns. M. E. Williamson.
There was a good deal of poli'ical talk
ing among the voters in town Monday.
A number of candidates were here
shaking hands and making themselves
generally agreeable.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scott, who have
been living near Columbia, leave this
week for Camplxdlsvilie, Mr. Scott
having accented the position as mail
carrier between that place and Pulaski
Mr. Granville Dew received a slight
stroke of paralysis Sunday at the home
of his brother. Mr. Newt Dew, at
Sunnvside, but has about recovered
from the attack. This was the second
stroke that he has received.
Hay, Corn and Oats.
We have all kinds of feed for
We are prepared to furnish it in any
quantities desired Merchants we want
your trade, and are prepared to dupli
cate any price you can get.
Columbia Mercantile Storage Co.
Mack Missionary Society.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Mack Missionary Society, a few days
ago. was presided over by the Presi
dent. Mrs. R. E. McLemore. The
happiest combination of Foreign and
Domestic Mission work was presented
by well-pi epared papers by Mesdames
Weatherly. lowler. Meek and Heming.
e gained information as to the
religion, ancestor ana spirit vvorsnip
of Korea, which means "Chosen," orl
. .
"Land of the Morning Calm
Southern Presbyterian Mission be
gan .o v. II. iy. i hey now occupy
three stations ana eighteen missions.
The mission force had lieen unchanged
until this year, when the dark-winged
messenger. Death, claimed the gifted
Liottie ltherspoon Pell, wife of Rev.
Eugene Bell, of Kentucky.
Much more could be renorteVl on'this
work, but we turn now to Home Mis
sion. The lovers of this cause will
readily recall the history of the moun
tain people as given by Dr. E. O.
Guerrant. Mack Missionary Society
ana Church Workers Society give tan
gible evidence of interest in this by
filling a box of clothing, lteddiug and
litemture to Im unt in a ThanlracM v.
inK offering. To every member of each
HM'iefr we r "(uriw u-ith n until
we wlil do you good. " XX
Administrator's Sale.
At the late residence of C. I. Cecil.
deceased, on Saturday, Nov. 9, I will
sell at nubile auction, mule, cows.
horses, sheep, hogs, cattle and farming
implement, lermneasr.
It J S . W. CtCT L, Admr.
Bulls lor Sale.
We have one red Poll and
horn bull for sale; extra
Columbia Stock Yard Co.
one short
good one
Twenty-Five of Our Princfpil Har
bors Now Have Sufficient
Heavy Guns.
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Glllr.pl.-, Tlf of Konl".
In Ilia Itrporl. bona What Maa
Hem Done and What la '
PT, . r thr Kc.ult. Tha
Fa Arrontiilltbrd.
Waniiint'ioii, Iht. T"e.iy-f.ve
of the principal harbors of the dat
ed States now ),ar a .larVa-ient i.i
ber of heavy puns and mortars .nount
d to fH-rmit of eftVrtive lefi-ns
airaii.kt naval attack. ays On. (jil-
lefcjie, of the engineers, in ins annual ,
report, lie briefly i!s( ril- he oniri-
nal project fraiiiV.l by the Knd.co' t
xard for tl-e -oat def-n.sr, and
fchows'how it has iH-en amended from
.... , , ...
vear to vear. lhe important changes
. 1 . , .
were the provision for rapid-hre puns.
a reduction in the r umber and caliber
of heavy gnus and the elimination of
annorerl defences. Provision has
been made for en:p!acir. heavy
guns, rapid-fire guns and :i7'5 mor
tars. Now (ien. liillespie wants sites
for more new mortar Wtteiie.s and
for piin a:;;! mortar wattenes, aann
an appropriation of St.'MXU'OO. TKe
fortifications board having declared
pneumatic gun batteries obsolete, the
department has dieontinued work on
such batt.-ries as Fiiher's Island and
Port Royal. An estimate of S'i'i'i.O'j)
is submitted for preservation a gel re
pair of fortifications, vvh'uh is less
than one-half of one per cent, of their
vaiue. Ihirinjf the year, negotiations
have proceeded for the purchase of
fortification site in Boston harbor
(two), in Xarraganwtt (-i), New York
harbor (extension of Ft. Newton,
three sites). Port '.oval. Sau Fran
cisco, an Diego. M. .onn s river, rt.
St. Philip and (ape Henrv, Va. With
few exceptions these sites must be
procured by condemnation. An esti
mate of $2,000,000 is submitted for
purchases of sites.
For the construction of submarine
nines and storage facilities an esti
mate of $100,000 is submitted and for
searchlights, appropriations of $300.
000 for installation, and of $300.0imi
for mains and conduits are urgently
recommended. The experience at Nev
York has "hrVvn that '"" !
stallation is promoted by tiding the
fortification plants for post illumina
tion also. The estimates submitted
will fully equin with searchlights four
more important harbors.
Gen. Gillespie takes up in detail the
state of the defenses in each of the
fortification districts, showing just
what has been done daring the year
at eoh of the important joints and
what is projected, den. &.dle.spie al
so makes an extensive report upon
river and harbor works and discusses
each important improvement at con
siderable length Itesides submitting
estimates for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1003.
These estimates are from 25 to
33 1-3 per cent, less, and in some in
stanci-s 50 per cent, less than those
of the local engineers in charge of
river and harbor improvement.
T 1 T t 1 i 1 .1
brfiay Kooerts is saia to oe tne cower
behind tne throne that forced an order
for the dismissal of General Bul'er. She
has bitter hostility to bim.
Malvar'a Troela matlon.
Manila, Oct. 31. Malvar has issued
a new proclamation appointing him
self captain general and is reorganiz
ing the Filipino army under tvvtiieu
tenant generals and four generals of
disvision. Every guide caught aidingthe
Americans will be treated immediate
ly as a traitor. Those who surrender
fo the Americans will be treated in
the saiae manner.
Mr. ln Honlnr'M rial.
Washington. Oct. 30. Mrs. Ida Bo
nine, charwu witn tne muruer ol
James Sevmour Avres at the Hot
Kenuiore, in Ihis city, will be tried
beginning Nov ember 12. Mrs. Boniu'
U confident of acuuittaL
Marriage Licenses.
M. Taralev to Miss Annie Mav
I ;
Geo. I
E. Harris to Miss Ella Dodson
Have you ever noticed how prev
alent Typhoid seems to be in
the Autumn months? To shield
the house against the danger of
contagion, you should use
Ice Bags. Fever Thermometers,
Alcohol Lvnps and other arti
clee for the comfort of the pa
tient or the convenience of a
nurse. AT
Young Men's Sunday.
Sunday was "Young Men's San
day" iti Colombia, and the beautiful
October Sabbath bronght forth large
congregation at all the ehnrchee.
Rev. W. D. Weatherford, of Nashville ( ,
delivered a splendid sermon at the
First Methodist church, taking for hi
i teit, "What thiuk ye of Christ? Hi
'thoughts were dire-ted to the mother
aad .inter f the town as well a the
yonng men. "'.Vhat is Christ?" he
said, was the onrin of the age. Peo-
ion oi tne age. reo-i
pie long before the time of Christ had
felt a personal need of a Savior, and
now that he had come he waa a f - j
former and an exmaple. The mnsie
during the service was good and the !
morning was
! ment.
r.t .i, rllni on 1. .T.
. uc. . hip"
Ntv i ten were h-M at -i o cl'2 ini
tlie af trnoon at the Firt Cumberland '
Presbyterian chnn h. Rev. Mr. j
Weatherfurd ma-le a thort address. ;
'followed in a ver interesting talk
i npon Ht-H'YiDii the Nriptures," by
Mr, J. Z. Rurk. Superintendent f the
y. M. C. A. of Nashville. Owibj; t )
! the small attendance it was not deeiael
advisable to organize a league hers. Z
i The mass meeting at the first Bap-;
; "t chnrch at ninht was finely attend-l.
Interesting tiks were made br Several
i . 7;.., v m a
; repre-ntatives ol the i. j1. C. A.
,from NabviJ1 th(. rvi,.ts ehf(
j conduct-l Ly Mr. J. Z. Rnrk. The
youn' men of C.lnmbia hope yet to
or.'aniz a Y. M. C. A. lu oar town.
Bishop Capers Here.
The Rt. Rev. Ellison-Capers. D. D., i
i Bishop of the Diocese of South Caro-
una. was here last week on a brief.
visit. Bishop Cajrs spent Friday at j
Franklin, in company with some
friends, visiting the battie-tield there,
and although everything about the
battle-grounds has been so greatly j
change! in recent rears, yet with the
kind assistance of Capt. Geo. Cowan.
of Franklin, the Bishop succeeded in
locating rnanv points of interest
connected with the battle. Bishop
Capers was Colonel of the 24th South
Carolina Volunteers, and was wounded
in the battle of Franklin. His regi
ment captured the only flag taken from
the Federals in that bloody conflict.
After the battle of Franklin Gen. Howl
appointed Col. Capers to succeed Gen.
Gist in command ol nis brigade or
Cheatham's Division. In 1?2 Gen.
Capers returned the flag he captured
to the snrvivers or the n Uhio, irotn
whom it was taken, at their reunion
in Zauesville, Ohio.
Card From Rv. J. A. Molloy.
To the South Columbia and Mt.
Olivet Congregations: By the provi
dence of God and the ditection of the
church, I have been returned to you as
your pastor for another year, and de
siring to make it the greatest year of
our lives, let us start m with that de
termination. I ask and earnestly re
quest every nseniber that can possibly
do so to attend the servi'-es Sandav.
South Columbia 11a. m. and 7 p. m.
Mt. Olivet 3 p. in. I shall have some
thing to say of the work for the vear.
Come, everybody, and let us start in
Presbyterian Synod.
Bristol. Oct. 24. The Presbvterian
Svnod of Tennessee is in session here
with about 300 delegates in attend
ance, representing the six Presbyteries
in the State, lhe Kev. w. rl. eel.
of Memphis, was chosen Moderator by
The svnod devoted to-day to routine
work, including the appointment of
committees and the hearing of reports.
The Memphis and U estern Presby
teries, which recently became a part
of this synod, were to-day formally
Rev. John P. McFerrin preached at
the First Methodist church Weanesday
night on the text, "Add to your faith,
knowledge : and to kuowlledge. tem
perance; and to temperance, patience;
and to patience, brotherly kindness:
and to brotherly kindness, charity,"
etc; 2 Peter 1 :5-6-7. A large crowd
was present, for those who know John
P. McFerrin, always expect to hear
something rich in the way of a spiritual
feast. They were not disappointed in
this, for the preacher was in one of his
happiest, tenderest moods. In his dis
course he laid especial stress upon
"patience;" said, we were too prone
to excuse or own faults, and make
mountains of the faults of others ; we
have patience with our own weaknesses,
but none with those of others. We
trust the seeds of patience and charity
that were sown last night will take
root in the hearts of all the listeners
E resent, and bring forth a rich harvest.
r. McFerrin returned 'yesterday to
his home in Birmingham.
The Holiness meetrng closed Sunday
night, and the tent was folded away
for the winter. Mrs. Daniels, the
lady preacher, has goise to her home
in Franklin. Rev. Mr. Rodgers will
go to Nashville to attend the Annual
Holiness Convention, which convened
Mrs. Mary K. Andrews, who has
been with friends here and assisting
in the Holiness meeting. 1ms returned
to her home rear Franklin. Mrs.
Andrews ir a daughter of the late Rev.
W. H. Wilkes, of Cnlleoka.
A resolution was introduced in the
Tennessee coi.feren -e of the Cnn.lier
laud Presbyterian Church in Lebanon,
"Tlr. Cap'n. las' lumm.r I hJ a b a blacksmith la a bakery "
"What w ta aature of your dutlr . p-i
-Shouio' Ciea." :
At the
KM (kT
( laUrens felt flats all colors 24 to 4".?.
Girls and Boys Caps, big sample line
, i,; ,,, - .,
Our line of Misers and children l')c
jr, Cin't be beat.
, . ... ., , .
T . f n . j r,l I hil.ffana I iu1erw;ir til
lunula .ui vmw.'.. c-. --
; every deri;tion.
Boys and Girla Union Snits 25c each.
Ladies Union Suits 25, 85 to 4&c.
Ladies Wool Union Suits 1.25 to
$LW ea' h.
Ladies and Mies heavy ribl-l
Vests 15c.
Our 25c Quality Ladies Vests and
Pants are the Lest fr the money.
Ladies Wool Hse 15, 20. 25c pair.
Ladies Ca.-auiere and fleeced lined
Gloves P. 15 to 2.5c pair.
Infant. Children and Ladiea Mittens
10 to 2.5c pair.
Children.! Cloaks big assortment,
nice colors, all sizes 75c. !.') to 2. 25.
See our line of winter Lap Robes,
better and cheaper than ever.
Coal Hods 2c, 2.5c to 4'Jc each
Fire Shovels 3. 5, loc each.
Pokers 5 and PK" each.
Coal Tongs 15c each.
Coal Oil Heaters. The B. & B. brand
is the best. We sell them.
Flower pots all sizes and kinds.
Stove polish, stove paste and grate
Corn popper; 7c each.
Floor Mop, 15c to 25c each.
Felt Window Shades, 10c complete.
Feather Duster 15c and up.
Wool Diwters 15c, 2.5c to 49c each.
Rubber Door M,ats.
Steel Door Mats.
New line of Wall Paper just re
ceived. Great values at 4c, 5c, and
10c bolt.
Our Holiday line is fast arriving.
We will endeavor to please one and all.
F. SWANSBURQ, Proprietor.
Tenn., Wednesday, calling for an educa
tional congress to be composed of
representatives from Kentucky, Ten
nessee, Alabama, Georgia and Missis
sippi. '1 he Tennessee Svnod of the Cumber
land Presbyterian church, is having an
interesting meeting at Lebanon this
week. Rev. John Royal Harris of Lew-
isburg, is Moderator.
Rev. S. P.- Hawes preached twice
Sunday at the rriersou .Memorial
church. The services are being con
tinned every night during the week.
Rt. Rev. Elison B. Capers delivered
two excellent sermons at St. Peter's
church Sundav, and was greeted with
large congregations at both serices.
The union cf the Northern and
Southern Methodist Churches will lie
considered by the Methodist bishops
now in session in Cincinnati.
Rev. E. H. Witherspoon of San
Antonia, Texas, preached Sunday
morning and again at night at the
First Presbyterian church.
Rev. F. J. Tyler had an interesting
meeting at the Tabernacle Sunday
night. Quite a numln-r were baptized
and joined the church.
American Wire Fence.
We sell it. Large stock on hand.
Send your wagon and get what you
want. Satterrield & Dodson. if
For Grass Seed
See ns. We handle pure, clean Red
Top, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Biue
Grass and Rye, Oats, Corn, Hay
and Bran.
The best and freshest in
Always on hand.
Frierson & -Entry
B ith 'phones.
m r
Keep constantly fn
i. .lid all kinds of : :
Coffins, CakM in WondorMet
al.Hurikl Kobe and Miners
Jfor Gent, Ladles or
and a beautiful Whit Heare for
children. Ir. fact everything per
taining to any first class hous".
Services prompt, dijr or night.
You can call us by either 'phone,
residence or office. We will save
you money.
Citizens" Telepone, office, 45.
Residence, 17 .
Bell Telephone, office, !.
Residence, .'JT.i.
Corner Xvrth Main ami Sixth StieeU,
Columbia, Tenn.
J. It. MNNING. W. O. ilXXISa
Will practice in all the Courts.
Brown Bloek, Upstairs. South Side
Square, Columbia. Tenn.
Citizens' 'Phone 21. 2 s-ly
Physician and Surgeon.
Office No. 17, South Garden street.
Office hours l to 11 a. m., 1 to 2 y. m.
ana at night. Cit. phone 123. j 11-ly
Office hours 6trictlv observed unless
io cases of emergency.
Live Stock, Grain, Vehicles, Realty.
etc., insured in Best Companies.
No. 4 West Seveth St.
Ixleadors & Bowen,
Second Floor Woldridge Building.
Columbia, : Ten a.
Citizens' Telephone No. mchto
Room 11, Mas' tie Building.
Citizens' 'Phone 275.
Caiumbia. Tenn.
Livery, M aiii Hitch StaWe.
We have opened our new
on South Main St., opposite Lazarus
Bros., and solicit a part of your patron
se. Lirrre "tahles and ample facilities
for feeding and hitchinz.;
Borden & TnwlEr,
Successor to Rutledge & Gordon.
General Insurance.
Fire, Life and Accident. Knom 19 Masonic
Columbia, Tnh,
Jfflce: Corner High and Eighth Streets
Office hours: 8 to 103 to 4.
novis ly
Watchmaker aad Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
lethell Block, I COLUMBIA, TEN
way 4
Office and Residence:
Corner West Sixth and Garden Streets
Columbia, Tenn.
Citizens' 'Phone, No. 72. July-1
E.G.GRANT. Dental Surgeon.
I am now In my new office, rortheast
corner Hethell Hotel ou Garden) St. Ill the
future I will nive niv entire '.line to my
profession. r"r neveial year much o( it has
r-en given to other buine. To those
whom I have nev er Strvrd. I w ish to say,
my dentil oppt-aat'.ons are alwiiys guar
anteed to give HatiHfHcl Inn. I have more
than H n.-ts of artlnta4 teeth now in
Maury, Uili-s. Hickman and Marshall
roun ties: many of them have hwn uted
for 1.) io in rrars.with entire satisfaction to
my pa:ron. to which reference might be
givrn were it necessary. All Surgical op
erations performed with but little (tain, by
the uwiii a local anaesthetic Ottloe hour
Ironi s o'clock a. in. to 4 p. m
Big Jersey Sale.
On Saturday. Novemper9. beginning
at ID o'clock, at the Columbia Mock
Yards, I will sell at public outcry to
the highest bidder about forty head
of thoroughbred Jerseys cows and
Terms of sale: Credit of- twelve
months. Notes with good and ap
proved security, without interest.
This is the time to bny fine Jerwvs.
dw-lt L. P. PAD3ETT"
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
naranteed to cure. A. B.KAI.XI.

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