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JttcMlunvlIle, TPun., i; May 1, 1880.
Mrs. Thomas, wife of B. C. Thomas,
died last Monday.
Mrs. Murphy, mother of Dow Mur
phy, died last Wednesday and was
If you want to gee the handsomest
find fullest slock of Dress Goods go to
Jhe Emporium of J. C. Martin.
Good supply of German Millet seed
for sale at lowest price by
rnayl-tt J. B. Ritchey.
Remember that the municipal elec
tion for McMinnville will come off on
the 8th of May, 1880. Mayor and
Aldermen to be elected.
Liver Tills contain nrsenlc: "BLACK
DRAUGHT" u u hurnili-M tn toa or coll'ce.
For tule by,,. Tt.chey
v 25 pounds lied Aniline-Tor sale to
sT-'-::V 'htf trade jrf Sashyille jricc,T' . .!.
.... s &fr6ajffl.4fa,wfc...w''X.4 to your rmm
' ' :' -. iianniK. ' miM renders.. I wish to state first, that
North Warren, April 28, '80.
To the Editor of the Standard:
In your last issue we see the name
of George Ramsey, Esq., of Viola,
mentioned as a candidate for the Low
er House of the next General Assem
bly. This meet our hearty endorse
ment. Mr. Ramsey's known 'success
and learning as a farmer and constant
devotion to the farming interests of the
country and the people" make him at
once the "right man in the right place"
to represent the agricultural classes.
To the Editor of the Standard:
I wish that you would call in the
nike meetintr that Vou announced for
the second Saturday in May. I can't
be at borne at that time. Call the
meeting about the first Saturday in
June. Respectfully P. G. Totter.
Let it bo understood that the meet
ing will be the first Saturday in June.
To the Editor of the Stundard :
j i crimps n line mmi una j " ",o
llaj. R. R. Womack attended court at
Woodbury this week.
Venn. Yountr, Tage and another friend of
I thein'ficin Saucer, were in town this week.
Menrs. W. V. WhiUon and Frank Spur,
lock attended Chanceiy court at Woodbury
Alex Black, son of Sam Black, accident
ally put a load of shot through his left hand
oue day this week, lacerating it very pain
Rev. Mr. Corhin, P. C. of the Methodist
church at Sparta, passed down to Nashville
ou a furloagh from his church for about
Col. Jan. 8. Barton aud Mrs. Barton went
on a visit to their relatives last week near
Woodbury. Mrs. Barton remained over and
came home this week.
McMiKNviiAK, Tesn., April 23, 1880.
Me. J. W. PatjletTE, Knoxville.Tenn.,
Dear Sir : I am obliged to you for the com
pliment of ft copy of "Tennessee edition" of
Mitchell's Geography. It is certainly an ex
cellent work and one therefore to be com
mended to schools every where. I trust you
are having success in your useful work of
promoting the education of the masses by
the use of good school books.
Forty years' trial bu proved " BLACK-i
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in
the world. ' . ,
For sale by J. B. Ritchey.
II. L. Walling, I. M. Thurman,
Mrs. W. P. Faulkner and daughter,
Lillie. Mrs. Annie Hubble, Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Price, of Hickory creek( orthcut, Walter Iloodenpyl, Charles
were on a visit to their friends and relatives (VlviHG. V. B. Biles. N. K, iayjor, b.
in town this week. Tuey report purtial j WallW. Jr.. J. L. Ramsey, John
peuch crop yet-unuurt in some orcnarus.
Prof. II. B. Xorthcut and ludr, accompa
nied by Messrs. J. D. Kitchjy, 3. R. Hughes B, Biles. W. 8. Maddox, Thos. East
f A CAKD. - Xj
Tfeindersignod takes this occasion I
to inform the merchants and citizens oj
IIHltVU yw" j
is again in business at the old standj
Stone Front, N. E. corner of Main
and Spring Btreets, where he has the .
Largest Stock of Drugs;
Books, Tapers, Inks, Slafes,
patciit Medicines, Trusses,
Inland LaiB Goofls,k,ic.,
ever offered in this' market, bought for
cash at bottom prices, all for sale.
For past favors, and a huj aid liber
al patronage of fifteen yeart, I feel that
I am greatly indebted, n.nd now sincerely
thank vou for the same. But like
Walling, -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mead, NV. ti er8 :ugt now I am a candi-
A. Rutherford, E. T. Faulkner, John ' fi -
CO "O i 1
The regular meeting of the Masonic
Lodge No. 125, will take place ou the
3rd insj nt the usual hour.
If you want Clothing for children,
hoys and youths go to J. C. Martin's
Mercantile Emporium where you will
find A full assortment.
The largest stock of Drugs, Tapers,
Rooks aud Medicines ever offered to
this trade, for sale by
p)ayl-4t J. B. Ritchey.
We are glad to note that our enter
prising friends the Messrs. Faulkner of
the Eagle MilU Co. intend to exnioii
jsome of their excellent machines at the
Centennial, and also at a like exhibi
jtion in Cincinnati.
v I. O. O. F.
Coleman Encampment will hold its
monthly meeting on next Thursday at
the usual hour. A full attendance ex
. pected. : . , - :-,
Tnos. II. Eastwood Scribe, "XLI
Potato kMuiits lteaay.
.Mv father has now ready and wil
.ft keep a large supply of popular varie.
, ' ties of sweet potato plants for sale dur-
. ng the season at lowest market ' price,
; Orders may be left at my drug store
Resnectfullv. J. B. Ritojey
The Inirc!i'H t" iaorn..v.
row tw u.-vai cv
t:..it Rev. M. li.
DeWilt will be itbstrnt, attending Pres.
bptery, and Rev. R. J. Craig preaches
One dollar's worth of ' BLACK-
the Standaro U a welcome visitor to
us, it being so full of interesting home
reading matter.which cheers our hearts,
and serves to smooth down the path-
way of life. You also give us the in
teresting news that is abroad, which
eeps us posted as to what is going-on
in, the world, and this affords us topics
for conversation. How a family can
be contented without such information
when it only costs the pitiful sum of
one dollar per year is strange to me
My observation is that the man who
does not read a newspaper has poor con
versational powers, and this rule ap
plies even more especially to women.
Visit a house where a paper is not read,
and what can a woman talk about ex
cept her chickens and- such like? Hus-
bands, take the standard lor tne bene
fit of your wife and children, even if
you do not read it yourlf. Certainly
in no other wav could a dollar be as
profitably spent as for it.
The latQ. frosts have been very des'-
tructive to the poach crop in our part
of the county, but from present appear
ances we will have an abundant apple
crop. Wheat is. looking' very fine in-
deal at present. We are nearly, all
clone planting corn; some plowing over;
and we still have. Thomas Myers in
view,' and some of us intend to beat
him this vcar or be found tryme.
... Our neighbor Willin gtubbhfield
andT.J.Hughcs.all formfrly of McM'nuvillc,
but now of Milion, were on a flyiug visit to
Murfreesboro this week. Murfretshoro Jseitt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Roberts left for Nash
villeThursduy morning, taking with them
Master Kdjjnr to the Centennial Exposition,
PUtttqrMe..t to e much "Mils .one
his;hantrC3 are Tkuw tluui tnuse c: the Cioei
of us for seeiug the next oue.
Pr, R. V. lli-bson, formerly of Richmond,
Va., who is sojourning In this and the ad
joining couuties in the practice of medicine,
was in town this week. . We regret that the
doctor was considerably stunned and bruised
by a fall from his buj,'g'which was occasion
ed by the horse running away. He is up
and on business again.
Reverends J. 11. Warren, of Murfreesboro,
A. S. Ivy, of Statesville, C. R. Carter, of
, J. C. Tally, of Canesville, J. T. Bar
bee, of Milton, J. R. Bowman, of Smithville,
J. J. Moon, of , A. C. Tatum, of Wood
bury, J. h. Thompson, of , David Mil-
W. of . mid Elders A. P. McAdoo, of
. I Lascassas, J. CMcAdjo, of Murfreesboro,
wood, W. W. Wallace, T. J. Ray.
Tbe Third District. .
A lette from a young friend at
WnHhincton advises us that the Hon.
G. G. Dibrell, the present able and
date for future patronage, and can only
say that we have a house full of nice
goods, to which we are giving our per
sonal attention from early morn until
dewy eve. Come aud see us, and if Mr.
J. P. Bostick or myself can't please
von we will trv to do 60.
. We call the especial attention of
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efficient Ifcpwenlatiye W ongre q hu t0- Mme Jines of
from the Third D.stnct ,,sa candidate Q lmudle in mnlitie8. We
hare now m store and to arrive, luu
be announced in due time, euuieti . j nl Note misn
the decision of a convention ot tne ue- lvp1onos 140 boxes 6chuol
mocracy of the U.slnct.-!n 1 m. ; , o-ther . th hBnd,e
according to the present outlook ot to please.
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Gen. Dibrell will undoubtedly be Give us a call and price ojr goods or Jjj
nominated, aud consequently re-elected gend along your orders and we will try L,
nil passed through town to'the McMinnville
Presbytery at Hebron, Varren l o., Xenn.
Hon. John J. Lowcry, our efficient repre
sentative, came to town one day this week
somewhat like Gov. Blue Jeans Williams
passed through Tennessee 40 years ago
''conductor of his own train," and nctingas
both engineer and brakesman besides. It
is said that the Kmperor of China to encour.
age his people in agriculture, sets them an
example 011 the 1st of January each year by
plowing himself half tlio day. Uur Legisla
tor encourages economy by walking 10 town
aftei the web foot style.
things in this district. There is not a
more earnest worker in Congress than
he, and none more deserving of confi
dence. While many are only Jieard,
Dibrell is nlwavs felt.
Ladies, cet permanent relief by using
FoTsale by J B. Ritchey
J. B. Ritchey.
DRAUGHT" will save fifty dollars in
For sale by J. B. Ritchey.
flf you want to see the 6nest stock of
Millinery goods this side of JNaslmlle,
.oil nn , Mrs. J. C. Wartam. tone is
adding new goods and new styles every
4ay.' Call and Bee, we can't tell half
'r . KU Tliejr 'ome!
' Subscriptions to the Standard con
tinue, as they havo done for many
months, to pour in from all directions
from Warren, the adjoining counties
and throughout the State and South.
W Wiali lo Know
why ladies's dress goods should not be
mde up and sold as ready made dom
ing, as well as men's? Call at J. C.
Martin's Emporium and see the ready
made Suits, Dusters Wraps, Circu
lars, i'c.', and you will find it is done
the same way. J. C. Martin.
Query : "Why will people suffer with
indigestion when "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
will cure them?
.. For sale by J. B. Ritchey,
l-Jtwtijairwaiye. - Will be jmt .ig, a
few days- Robert Miller's wile is still
confined to her bed. Poor woman, she
has the sympathies of all her neighbors.
James Clendenon, assisted by Miss
A. Stubbkfield, is teaching a splendid
school at Chapel Hill. They have as
many pupils. as they can attend to, and
nil miivincr forward harmoniously. I
think we have tbe best school 111
We are also going to resurrect old
Irving College, and try to make Col
litis River the garden spot of Warren
in point of education
We also expect to get up a debating
society, and prepare ourselves to com
bat with any part of the county, yes
with even Jeflerson Cardwell, or any
other well, we care not how deep.
With regard to the bachelors of our
settlement, I am glad to see Miss Rosy
come to the front. It seems that she
has a preference for James or his White
house, one. I judge from the tenor
of her article that she is one of the
few old maids whose only chance to at
tend to love affairs is during leap year.
I therefore hope that the Professor will
consider her case and accept her pro.
posal. If this proves a match, I have
no doubt but that there will be a num
ber of new bouses erected on the river
before the close of leap year, hoping
The following is the programme for tt'""171'"
the Sundav School Institute to be held
at Hebron, on Saturday, May 1st, at
2 o'clock p. m. during the sittings of
the McMinnville Presbytery of the C.
. 1. What is the Sunday School?
Discussion -opened by Prof. A. M.
'Burnev."-.r i V .
' -tfHsPhdi ;the Sunday School
done for the Church?
Discussion opened by Rev. J. T.
3. What has the Sunday School
done for the World?
Discussion opened by II. II. Nor
4. Our obligation to promote the
Sunday School cause.
Discussion opened by Rev. M. B.
5. Question Drawer.
Opening speeches will be limited to
fifteen' minutes each, and all others to
five niinutos. '
All members of Presbytery, the War
ren county Sunday School Association,
Hats, Gents' Hats, Summer Hats, New
Style Hats, Cheap Hats, and all sorts of nice
hats at Brewer & Northcut's.
Wantfd. I will have next week, ladies
ll,.tfi. Ribbons. Flowers, and Trimmings
clitup as in cities. Joseph Livingston.
11 Hums that will do to
harp on, and Fresh Candies. Specimen of
music by Sammie Etter. V. L. Browu. 4t.
Wanted- The publio to know that Brew
r a. 11rtl1cut have Flour, Buckwheat
flour, Graham Hour, Oranges and Lemons.
C O 111 111 O 1' 3 i n 1 .
MfflVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Offics Soitiieks Standard,)
McMinnville, May 1, 18S0- J
Wheat-? bu. tWc (to UK)
Cobs shelled, mixed, bu, 3;c; white,
Oats r. bu. 30e to 32c.
FMl'R-3.50 1$ lOUtt.
Lard ? m. 7M(8c.
'-- Mkai r bu. 4..0.
Chickens 10 to U.
Butter ? lb. 8 to 12o
Kocs do. 4o,
(il.NSKd ? f. $l
Beeswax f r. lse.
Feathers 1 lb. 35 to 37o.
Tallow ft . 4 Vic
DltlKI) Aiti.es V lb. fie.
White Beans? bu. 75c.
Stock 1'kus ? bu. 50 to 00c.
Potatoes Irish from 50 to 60 cents
3weet 60 to 75.
Rye ? bu. COcts.
Bacon 0 to 8.
Barley? bu. G"c.
Bacon sliouhlcrs 5c.
hams 7 4c.
We note heavy decline in all cereals, wheat
and coi n especially. Wool has gone down
some 6 cents in hist few davs. Bacon on de
cline. Advices from the west are not en
couraRiin; for much of a rise.
Bright and New
This is what B. & N. stand lor in the
Spring Trade of Brewer & Northcut
who now liave a origin
NEW STOCK OF SHOES
. For Indies, Genti and Chiulren.
It is not known exactly what style
of Hats were .first worn by Adam, but
if you want to see the latest style call at
Whether Adam used Sugar and Cof
fofi nr not is a little questionable, but
nil the customers of B. & N. use them
freely at very low rates, as well a9
All .Kinds of Groceries.
It is very likely that both Adam and
Eve used figs as well as fig leaves, but
Brewer & JSorthcut propose to suosu
tute for them
Fresh Oranges, Lemons & Canneirniits.
Sir Walter Raleigh 55G4 years after
Adam introduced Tobacco and Potatoes
iota Englaud from America, but Brew
er & K orthcut 820 years later intro
duced Lite best article of both these in
to McMinnville not for a iWe lady
like Queen Elizabeth but for all the
people, the married ladies as well as
the tingle ones.
Ther was no necessity for Garden
Seeds and Field Seeds in the garden of
Eden, but there is both a necessity and
a demand for them now and you can
find the very best at Brewer & JSorth
cut's, McMinnville, Tenn., where all
kinds of Country Produce can be
bought and sold. apr34
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p. 51 a
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.. J
tr... . fll nssnrtnrent of the ceU-hrated genuintf.SOUTII Ki
PLOWS, excelled by none, and warranted to give entire wttsfnet
ceived 100 Rllrkle'H Double Kliovrln, the bekt In tbe market.
a o-oiits Thr Tlin'Rliers. Movers nnd'rillcai
Fans. Corn Shelters, FodaciCitttefsjC
ImproTcd Tennessee Wagons.
Hill SEll FOR (1S1I OR Willi IS fHEAP IS)
ft M IB.
Go to Stephen Cantrell's and get . , , t , k Rose (KoSy) be
eotne of those nice spring chickens fofe t, it ou,,,;,,
I believe that it is admitted that all
tbe old bachelors on Collins River are
wtiii.li Via ia nellinff cheap. Also exam
T uavH " o t
inn his stock of groceries and provi.
eions. He always has something fresh
pnd good at the lowest prices,
and see for yourselves
Bev. Jo. Bybee House Warned.
good looking men ; but it has been said
that the old men are very homely,
This may be true io part, but those
who make the charge are certainly not
acquainted with C. P., W. P., and 8.
April 27, 1880.
and visiting friends are invited to par
ticipate in the discussion.
Calamities of Storm.
We learn from the Columbia Herald
that the barn of J. F. Alexauder, near
Spring Hill, was struck by lightning
and set on fire on the 22nd inst., but
was soon extinguished by Mr. Alexander.
Tbe Presbyterian church at Decherd
was blown down and completely wreck
pA lust Sundav eveninsr. It was a
frame building 40x60 feet.
We' learn that our efficient sheriff,
W. L. S'eakly, had his barn struck by
lightning last Sunday evening and set
on fire which he extinguished immedi
ately, but if he had delayed five min
utes it would have been a total loss.
The lightning rod had been severed in
f EIM OS HIE 1MIMS, Trinal Brlcrs'or ' Wrawiratc.
100,000 selected Red Cedar Shingles $1 per
tlmiiKnnd delivered a Tullnlionm, Manchest
er, Morison depot or McMinnville. Also
100.000 Cedar Garden posts and pailings, for
which we will tnke corn, wheat; rye or sor
ghum in place of cash at casli prices.
niavl-3m- WM. F. LeiperA Co.
EUction First Thursday in Augiut Xtxt.
We are authorized to announce
V. W. VATJGHAN
as a candidate for Trustee and Tux Collector
of Warren oounty nt the election in August
Roman history informs us that Pomp-
ey, Crassus and Cnwar constituted the
first Triumvirate. The account of the
McMinnville Merchants in the Stand
ard this week shows our first Mercan
tile Triumvirate to be composed of
Hervy, Frank and Cap. And while
the old Roman Triumvirate dealt in
War, Treason and Bloodshed, our
Triumvirate deals iu the
...LATEST STYLES OF...
HAS zk V
The dwelling and every thing there- R g
in. and tne uaru m ivv. w4... ,
f the 15th district of this county, were
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totally consumed by are one oay ,fon Aga Fanlkncr
wees, vuUfa... .- - mmrnt: BnA m,mAatur c tl
nine. Mr. Bybee has the active sym- t -, " 7 ir
p,pe. .t.:J,nn of onr countv left home last Mon
patnyoi u.e T v imx 8nd Richmond,
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Ind., Haynesville, Uhio. ana unca,
We are authorized to announce
GEO W. PARKS
of Collins lliver as a candidate for Trustee
aud Tax collector of Warren county, at the
election in August next.
We are anthori7.ed to tuinouuce
A. M. JONES
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as a canoiuate lor mo n " "
"READY ' 31
Dt?v (tDODS. Sli' MM MS AM
...and Manutactured lor mm Dy i
His Ladies Dress Goods Departme'
K.,t K(t frnm thn ormind. Tax-Collector,' of Warren County at tne
l"u VKWO " r . ' Anusteleotioi
and it was at this point that the barn
took fire. It is better to have no light
leache Not AH Killed. jrgw Yort in eearch of the best ma.
Vnm trsonal observation through chinery now made for his new Flour-
the country from this place to Wood- fog Mills soon to be put m operation
find the peaches are not all just above the rail road bridge near the
v;n,t Vnt in nlaces there is a fair crop Annis Cotton Mills,
' -..,Wr This reDort is. conhrmeu Jlr. fauitucr is one m un.se
VC uuuu. - - 4 .1114
.. .r Ti.n I .1 . nil. mnniA liv lintn nrepnt
nnr frnm nther secuons. umivwiu ,.t r--- i
i 1 J 1T in nn t.hpnrizpr but
pies aud cherries are unhurt and prom- and example.
so well at this time.
pnoher. His works in and
Kid Oloven! Kid Gloves I
'J If you want to buy three button kid
rW, for 50 cents go straight to J. C.
f .:., TTa srlls SI cloves for 50
iUKl UU o. -f f
- BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes ciulU
around McMinnville show this very
The King of Siam is contemplating
a visit to the United States this year,
provided Uncle Sara will send a man
of-war oyer after him. We are in fa
vor of iL Send along thenisu-of-war,
vision, which position I now hoM hy appoint-
rnent. Election iuuji tt"?""l'v;
JU. w. m
- Murfreesboro, March 9, 1880.
We are authorized to announce
as a candidate for re-election to the office of
Kheriir of Warren Counly
- " , mo the voters ot w arren, lonee, v iu
ning rod than one inefficiently arranged, Grundy. Bedford, Franklin, Line
Thos. J. Mann, a teacher in the Mc- utherford and Moore counties: I hei
vi.:.... .Kl u oo Villml hv nHnectfullv muke known to you that 1
it til I LCI V 1 riliuwi, n mo j
lightning lagt Sunday evening. He
wns iu the act of hitching his horse to
a tree when tne iignining 6iinueieu
the tree into pieces killing both him
and his horse.
The wholesale merchants of Nash
ville have raised a fund for the pur
chase of railroad tickets, for distribu
tion amone nearly one thousand or ttt the election in AnguBt,
their patrpns the .country merchants
jn lennessee, oeorgia and AiaDama.
These merchants will visit JSashviue
some time during the Centennial Expo
We thought best to put this under Qontinue thci. preference and try him agai
the head of storms, for if they are all
like the merchants that do business
ynder our tanctum, it will amount to a
tornado wheu 1000 of thqm are confin
ed to a small space.
...the Best Fitting...
. ...and tlie most Superbly Built...
SHOES, HATS, &c
...Also a full line of...
...for Ladies, Gents and Children..
S: G CL?"li. aua beslde. He ha. one of th. largest-and. hi! stock, of goo;
Ilis staple goods were honght before the reoent
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for cash. Also a Large stock ol ijueenswarc, jinrcnvaro,
menU. "And there Is more to, follow." Mr. J. C. M. Hon
August election, 1880.
o the voters of Warren, Coffee, Cannon
ucuni, i . , , . .... ...i. r
erebv I ine Will iriuiuvimie haiu vuuuh; ... - . , . - ,
ercuy . ... . , . . t, i.. tr A . CnftVe'i corner, and don t forget v
resuectfully muke known to you that l am 1'roUuce Without paying ior k, outour to McMinnvine. i-u.. .
a candidate for Chancellor oi the lourtn m Triumvirate pays the highest prices tor
all kinds of Produce. ui27
stylish suit of clotues chenp lor casii io tun un ......
McMinnville, March 37, lsu. .
jjjourjc nrBcr hop.
Is a candidate for re-e'.ection to the office o!
TruNtee and Tax Collector.
rri,i.f..l fnrilm trust confided by his fel-
low-citisens, he respectfully solicits them to
!.;. i.rpfri nop and trv him aeain.
The Grand Palace. . g,f grimmi-
& TAYLOR, Proprietors.
All Einds o! Tcnsorlal Work 1
DONE IN THE
NEATEST anfil MOST APPROVED STYLE
AND AT THE
LOWEST 1'OSSIBLE PRICES.
F. M. GOOIULL.
C. W. MOLESTER.
goodall, molester & c
And all Kinds cf Men's Furnishing. Q
No. 4 CITY HOTT.T, BLOCK,
- TfBLlO SQUAUE,
McGLOIX & CUItRID,
Importer and Dcalert in
The business failures for the first
quarter of this year are only about one
half of what they were for the corres
ponding quarter of last year; and less
than onp-third iu the amount of liabil
o. 109 CTiurcA St., bei.Summer tt High,
Done at all timet of the day and till 1
o'clock at niulit We ak the people of the
miiiiIh ffiv m a trial, oatntiuciion in
I work and pricei guaranteed. Cull and ee
rTWe solicit the patrouage of all Flret-Claiis Mcrchar
feet iwUsfaction. All orders rec'ilvompt and arefi;
aprl7-(im I J .
Cow CbDrcb and Spruce Streets,
Near Chattanooga Depot,
' An.) (rr iuilowi0ie.
J. B. EITCIIEY'S.
and one of peace too.