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McMinnville, Tenn., t : Juno 5, 1SSO.
CALICO best brands
8 eta at Smartt Bros.
See new advertisement this week of
the Tullahoma Hotel and Wm. Li Mer
er & Co,
When you go to Nushvillo stop at
the Nicholson House. It is not now so
crowded aa it was when Brooks and
Bitchey went down.
. The Baptist Sunday School Institute
will te held in the College street Meth
odist church McMinnville, beginning
Thursday, June 17th, 1880. Pro
gramme next week.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep
if, indigestion aud heartburn.
For sule by J. B. Ritchey
The Sunday School Association by
request of the citizens will postpone
their meeting at Hickory Grove from
the date heretofore named till the 2d
day of July next, at which time an in
,terWing nleeting may be expected.
'Mrs. Laura Waller will close her
music class on Friday the 11th of June,
1880, in an examination on music dur
ing the day and an entertainment free
to all at night. All at the Baptist
Mr John W. Jaco, who is well
known to the people of our county, and
who has made them an honest and
faithful public servant in other days,
dow announces himself as a candidate
for Trustee of Warren couuty. Sec
BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
Hess and Sick-Headache.
' J. 15. EITCHEY'S.
The usual services will be held at all
the churches to-morrow except Ilev. 11.
J. Craig will preach at Faulkner's
Chapel at 11 a. m. and in town at 8
We regret to learn that the wheat
harvesting now going on is demonstra
ting the fact that the crop will be a very
poor one both in quantity and quality,
We had hoped that the ruins would
bring it out, but it was too far gone.
We desire to express our unfeigned
thanks to Messrs. Muuford, DeU'itt
and C. C Smith for their kindness in
, editing, loeuling and proof-reading the
Standaiu) during our absence. It
places us under an obligation that we
. . ,
An I'piMHlc ol' Southern History.
Render, if vou denire a real feast of
: BouTtrwe advise you to read the "Kpi
' socle,, of Southern History," by Col.
Muuford, oil the first page of this week's
Standard. Jf you read the first ten
lines you will be sure to read it all.
: . Jlay Scoops.
Three hundred and thirty persons were
rested by the police iu May. XcuJtvillc
We wonder if any of our McMinn
ville folks were in the scoop. It was
reported that about a half dnzon of the
boy i were "taken in" and it strikes us
that we heard of some one die but we
suppose it is all talk.
A Ufa! package of " BLACK-DRAUGHT "
free of charge .at
' ' For side by J. B. Ilitchey.
The ?J on arch ol the Wvst.
Dr. C. W, Prior placed upon our ta
ble last Thursday a delicious treat of
the finest strawberries we have ever
Been grown in this mountain country.
In fact they are too good to talk nlnnit
-whence we ate them. Many thanks
to the considerate and courteous Doctor.
Ile'growslhe plants for sale.
At, the Methodist church in Fine
Dluff Ark,', on the 26th ult., Mr. W.
W, Wallace of McMinnville, Tenn., to
Miss JSdua Grace, llev. Mr. Browning
The party arrived in McMinnville
ojfthe Jgt just., and received the wel
come "and' "congratulations of their
"using Calomel and try " BLACK-
DRAUGHT " for liver disease.
For sale by J. B. BItchey.
vh twill hri lone?
V BWW -
' ''We mean at Cincinnati? This can
u fl;tolu tiAA till after the 22d
JJlft UQ MVimv-.j -
of June. 'But we know 'what can be
j w;n Uo rlnnfl in McMinnville.
We know that J. F. Lively has the
best and most comfortable Matresses to
i. fnA n full lot of Ficture
Ut3 1UUIIU. " '
PkiitiM TrfMimres and ft cener-
i milim, neiiio, ---
' al stock of Furniture all ean and wiU
i : . .1 1 v l.....t mtna TTfl ia ever
ready to attend to all kinds of U nder
taker's Work and dispatch it iu tho
best stylo. '.Turn to his card iu this
tianor for particulars, men- .v
I I . . Tl P T .
-t. T..I,., " uni.l A hriirlit little
:,rk fiiimniirs to a irentlenion
hair was just showing tints of
V)iv pun-1 VOU waiK as iai na
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xr Hnnr I mice e laseu l lie imv
o-hte astmstep lite yours,
for such sixirts now,
at the nearest
i of Coussens'
lich will cure
CumberlaiKl Feinalo College.
The closing exercises of the annual
session at this institution came off on
ast Thursday, the !)d inst. They were
introduced with singing and prayer.
lheu followed a spelling match, cm-
micing nlinost the entire school, divid
ed by Misses Bettie Smithson and Lau
ra Copeland as leaders of the two di
visions. Tho contest was spirited and very in
teresting, continuing for about one
lour, when all had been spelled down
on Miss Laura Copelaud's title and
only two left on the side headed by
Miss liettie. We teel that we express
the sentiment of all present, when we
say that the entire school acquitted
themselves very creditably, and showed
a high degree of both attention and at
tainment in this the fundamental
iranch of every one's education. Miss
Nettie's side came out of the contest as
victors, but we know the material of
which the other side was composed too
well from personal experience to in
dulge for a moment the thought that
they were inferior spellers. They were
beaten, but they beat themselves by a
want of self control. In fact the test
on such occasions is not really who can
spell best, so much as who can be best
sollpossessed to spell under, tho excite
ment ot such an occasion, n e no
ticed on this occasion a young lady
failed to spell a simple word of one syl
nble, and we know she U an excellent
speller, and one of the best students
wo have ever met in any school. Her
failure was the result ot a wantoi self-
)osscs.-Ion. We therefore conclude that
both sides were composed ofgood spell
ers and so commend them.
At the conclusion of this exercise, very
appropriate and earnest addresses were
made by Frof. W. M. Janes, Princi-
fal of the Male School, Kev. J. E.
Iickman, of the Synodical Committee
of Visitation, and Rev. M. B. De Witt,
Pastor of the C. P. Church, all of
which were well-timed and well re
ceived. We have not space for a futher
notice of these addresses at present.
ENTEllTAISMENT AT NIGI1T.
The exercises were resumed tit 8 p.
m. and consisted of music, vocal and
instrumental, recitations, essays, and
compositions iu the form of debate, all
oi which were well rendered and
well received by the large and appreci
ative audienpe. During the entire day
the Music and Art departments were
on exhibition and the specimens of botli
rellected great credit upun Misses Sand
ers and Howell the teachers of these
partmcnts, and clearly demonstrated
their fitness for the places they occupy
in the school. The copy books for the
session were exhibited and referred to
a committee of three to award the pri.o
oflered for the best iu ali respects.
Miss Allie I loss was the recipient of
this honor according to the decision of
The proposition for debate was as
Hi mil ml that the pleasures of sight
are superior to those of hearing.
Misses l uttie hite, -Alary luimsey,
and Bettie Smithson supported the af
firmative, and Misses Josie hitson,
Allie Ross and Laura Copeland the
negative. Messrs. J. M. Walters, II.
J. Craig, and Thomas Black were ap
pointed judges, and rendered a unani
mous decision in favor of the affirma
tive, and complimented the negative
very highly. The exercises were then
closed with the Cantata Eva, rendered
by the little girls in a very impressive
manner led by Miss Sanders on the
piano, whose performaces during the
day added, very much to its interest
We have received two compositions
written respectively by .Misses Bettie
Smartt and Kallie Macon, students of
Brooksidc Seminary, Prof. Cumniings'
school. We regret that our columns
are so crowded at present that we can
not comply with tho request ot the
nudience preseut at the reading, to pub-
lisll lliem. Jliss ijetue, wnu is uiny
15 years of ace, writes with an origi
nality nnd precision that would reflect
credit upon one of riper years; while
Miss feallie, who is only Id years ot age,
shows a like proficiency and tinges her
thoughts m closing with the following
hues of poesy :
"I'll try" is a motto good nnd wise,
And in it man's greatest success lies;
Nothing however low or hifih,
But will yield to a firm "I'll try."
Then let ui as life's journey we go,
Thus conquer each hind'rance and foe,
And attain the teuith of fume so high,
By adopting the maxim "I'll try."
1 AXfw Firm. ,
s'.T. C. M. Ross. J. P. Gartner. L. ew
er & Northcutt and the Stajjdaio)
have formed a combination and built
a new shad for their natrons and friends
to hitch their horsos under out of the
rain and sunshine, just opposite Ross
back door und Gartner's front door,
and near Brewer & Northcutt's. Call
and get your horses shod and buy cheap
goods and then walk up and subscribe
for the Standard with a clear con
science, remembering that the Stand
ard is a like partner in all the other
horse sheds in town.
Kev. II. S. Bennett, Tresident of
the State Teacher's Association pro
poses to hold an Institute in McMinn
ville on the 22d and 23d of June, 1880,
for the bentut ot colored teachers, ami
desires a full attendance of all such
teachers in our county. .
Let all attend und contribute to this
Col. Leon Trousdale, State Superin
tendent, has apjxnnted tcachcrWn
stilute in McMinnville for tht?i -th,
15th, and 16th of July, 1880, tftf de
sires all teachers to attend, a'espeui
ally those who ejpeot to teach in the
publio schools. An interesting pro
gramme will be published soon.
A man died of liver complaint! One
dollar'a worth of " BLACK-DRAUGHT "
would have saved bis luo.
For soli w T J- Ritcbev
Col. Mtlton Gwyiiii, of Violu, was in town
JlissOetii Smart', is in the country vinil
ing licr friends.
Mr. W. F. Holder, of Gallatin, bus been
in town this week.
Itev. L. 11. Bond, of Lebanon, bus been in
our midst for a few days.
Miss Katie Uruster was in town this wrek
gracefully acting the equestrienne.
John T, lirown has been ou our streets this
week jiressing bis business as usual.
Our friend G. A. Ileiuns, of Sbelbyville,
is in town among his many friends.
Shelby Walsb, of Lebanon, and J. V.
Young, of Nuvbville, were in town this week.
Judge W. II. Mngncss, of Smith ville, was
in McMinnville this week, on business.
Messrs. W. A. Kutherford and P. P. Good
win were in town ibis week from Rock Is
Itev. J. E. Hickman, of Sparta, has been
on a ministerial visit to our couuty and town
Miss llullie liilcs was in town on a visit
this week, uccomnuuied by her friend Miss
Mr. Jolt ii Anderson, wife and child, of
Memphis, have urrived aud are boarding at
the C. F. College.
I. L. lirown returned Thursday from a
months absence on a visit to New York.
Wo welcome him homo.
Col. J. It. French has been Mnnnlniously
appointed Supuriutcndiintof the Valley Fair
of Klii ft Co., Tenn., and has accepted.
Mr. Woodward, Attorney General, accom
panied by his wife, has been attending court
here, and they are remaining over a few
days to viMt friends.
Mr. Honry lierry, of Sbelbyville, who has
been an invalid for some time, bus come in
our mountain air to spend the summer. We
bnpeit will prove beneficial to him.
George W. Lewis, of the firm of Lewis &
Faulkner, went a few days ago, to Lebanon,
to see las mother who is very sick.
Mr. L. J. Tibbs, Store keeper aud Guager
in the Internal Revenue Service, passed
through town last Monday on his way to
Mr. W. B. Russell, of Rock Island, passed
through town this week in the lumber trade.
Mrs. Russell has so fin recovered as to be
able to return to McMinnville to-day.
Col. II. L. W. Hill, Maj. H. J. Cardwell,
Prof. Thos. II. Head, Prof. G. P. Cumniings
und Hon. As.i Faulkner and Col. Thomas S.
Myers were all iu town Thursday.
R. U. Masou was in town Thursday press
ing the Turnpike question closely upon our
people. The route has been surveyed to
Mountain Creek on the bed of the old road
w i tli slight exceptions.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Poylc came up from
Nii-diviHc, lut Wednesday and stopped ul
Col. Kd Wood's, the paternal home of Mrs.
Doyle. We hope this their tirst vhit may be
a pleasant one and a true type oi all subse
N'. 8. Packard, of Spring Creek, Pa., who
lias lieeu on a visit of some months to his
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Long, returned home
Tue.-ihiy well pleased with his visit to this
Mrs. Win. Wesenlierg, and Master Fred
die, mid Miss Mollie I'radshnw, of Chatta
nooga, but spending the summer nt Col.
Marbury's, and Miss (.'lark, of Xuh ville, were
all iu town Thursday, visiting frienda.
Col. P. C. Ishell, of the Manchester bar,
was in town one day this week. We noticed
some days no that he was appointed a
Greenback delegate, or elector for that party.
We would advise him before leaving his
home to engage in that line, to read a work
entitled 'Love's Labor Lost,' aud then an
swer the question: What will a Democrat
gain hy joining the Greenback party and
thus aid in the election of a Republican
Governor ? This question is not uloue perti
nent for our Manchester friend.
Judge J. J. Williams concluded the busi
ness before his court here last Tuesday with
his usual promptness and dispatch.
Amoug the cases disposed of are the fol
lowing State eases :
Woslev Rhodes, of carrying a pistol; Pod
son Walker, of bouse of ill fame; Alex.
Webb, of tampering with witnesses; Ran
dal Ware, col., disturbing worship ; Sum
Romcns and lluben fiibbs, of gaming; Ju
lia Uuddleston, of lewdness.
CASKS CONTIM Kn.
Thos. Scott, Sihis Gardner, Wm. Akers,
S. L. Brown, each of carrying pistol ; Muu.
lirown aud Laura. Winlon, for lewdness ;
John Carter, for assault, and battery ; M. W.
Gouger, for resisting oflicer ; Thomas Vick
ers, lor same ; Clabe Penniugton, for extor
tion ; Knncy Goodbur, R. R. Argo, E C Wil
son, Gilbert Johnson, each for larceny.
CASKS IS WUICH NOLLE WAS ENTERED.
Warren Cumniings, Jr., trespass ; Rob't
Spindle, tippling ; Ab Haynes, Harris Couch
and John Hughes, each, "ginning ; J I) Mc
Gregor, obstructing rouds; Thomas Viekers,
CASKS DISMISSED WITH COST.
Henry Carr, carrying pistol ; W R Mor
row, S B Uoren, Newt Williford, each, dis
turbing worship; Wm Rudd, obscenity;
Jesse McAfee, having brass knucks; Alex
Harrison, fuiliug to report revenue.
CASES, CONVICTED OB MISTUIED.
Dodson Walker fined $10 for carrying pis
tol; Thomas Coldwell, mistrial, assault aud
battery; W C Preston's case remanded from
Supreme Court with costs ; Wm Womack,
col. sentenced to S ears hard labor for burg-
Jnrv, nnd r"pe;iledj Andrew Woodlee, sen-
tel.- . Jor '4 years tor larceny. , t
Richard England vs. ThosCummings.eom
promised ; Rank of McMinnville vs. F II
Mercer etab judgment J McFarland, Talmer
& Co. vs. M einith, judgment, and ap
pealed : Malvina Gribble vs. Mercer & Coffee.
liidirnmnt for ulaintiff of $1: Amanda Bates
vs. Wm Bates, divorce granted. All other
Hickory Creek Seminary.
To the Editor of the Standard :
The closing exercises of the past term nd
exhibition loot Thursday night, preceded by
two days examination, was calculated to re
flect much credit tnion their worthy instruc
tor, Mr. P. M. Ward, and his brilliant class.
The exhibition, consisting of declamations,
cssnvs, dialogues, "tableaux and music, is
rarely exueiieu in any eeuoD, n oi wnu-n
appeared very e ntertaininc to all present.
'J he xereises closing at so bite an hour
pruileneo forbade our calling upon our
worthy, aocnnijilislieu ana ever rraoy inena
("apt. W. Smartt to close by way of en
couraging compliments to the class and
teacher 'M Inch tloulitlcss would nave luuicd
much to the occasion. But anon.
Viola, Tenn., June 1, 'SO. J
If you have a cough or cold, or dis
ease of the throat and lungs, use Cous
sens' Honey of Tar, the best and purest
compound ever onered the public.
There are a few worthless imitations of
this valuable remedy, but it has no
rival as a ready relief for diseases of
the throat and lungs, bad colds, ana
severe couehs of lone standing. Use
Coussens Honey of Tar and get rid of
your cough or hoarseness and dimculty
of breathing. Price 50 cts. For sale
by J. B. Ritchey, McMinnville.
DRESS GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And all Sorts of Goods for the Spring and Summer Trade of Warren County
JUST IlECEIVKD AISTD OlST SALE AT
ON EAST MAIN
Where VOU Call always tlntl Tofu
made shoes and boots that have yet kni brought to tiis mark Also J
and latest styles for -pringnnd summer wear. Our general stock of merchaiul
kept m a general store for furnishing individuals and families. Call nnd see.
Mrs. J.C. Martin
vl.i1.:U.. -i '
Rev. Hugh A. Cunningham's son
(lied Friday of flux, and we learn his
family have the same disease, and per
haps others iu his neighborhood.
We learn from Mr. W. L. Swarm
that Mr. Jason Allen of Texas, former
ly of this county, and son-in-law of
Logan Deitz,cidental!y shot and killed
himself a fev days ngo in Texas, w hile
driving a wagon, 'with hi? gun loaded
preparatory to a squirrel hunt the next
day. Wc regret very much to hear of
the sad accident, and assure the friends
and relatives that they have the sym
pathy of many frieuds iu Warren coun
ty. W. B. Brewer is in Nashville nt this
writing, but will soon be home. But
that's immaterial if you want Fresh
Candies, Nuts and Notions, Groceries,
Gents' Furnishing Goods and Tip-top,
and High-top and Low-top Hats, call
on the other Billie of the firm,
BUEWIOR A XOHTIKTT.
The Centennial Exposition has now
closed anil the 100 years are gone, and
Urewer cv JSorthcut have started out in
tho business race fur another century.
Call and see them they can't think of
all they have but take pleasure in
showing it all. ine.3t.
Atliiiovt lei!;-iiici;) s.
We have received fnun IL.m. Julin
M. Bright iu pamphlet form a copy of
us Centennial Oration delivered ly
lim, as only he could deliver it, nt
Nashville on the 2-kh jf April, lSO,
the 100th natal day of that city.
e have received a copy ol the An
nual Announcement of Cumberland
enuileC-ollege, MeMiunville, from 4 1 ri
bands of Triil'. Finney, President of
that institution, which shows a zeal and
energy in the cntei prise that deserves
a just recognition in tho way of in
Fate Thaxton A Call.
This gentleman has uot declared him
self a candidate for the Legislature yet,
out he does declare that he is now
ready to furnish the town and county
with Fans and Parasols the very
things now so much needed as the hot
weather sets in. He has not fully made
up his mind to be a candidate this year
for any office from Constable to United
States Senator, but he has fully decided
to sell these tans and parasols right
lero in the ilouse of Womack it Col-
ville if it takes him nil summer, lie
wishes it further understood that thesi
are not all the things he intends selling
this summer, but call ut Womack ei
Col villus and he will show you the
ItiU-licy'n C'nrrt ICeviewed.
This gentleman has a card in last
week's Standard, and he has another
which is not in the Standard, and it
is this latter that we propose to review.
nether he had any serious notions
of locating in Nashville or not, is not
fully determined, but there is one thing
that is settled beyond nil doubt, and
that is, he has a Kerosene Lamp that
extinguidies itself every time you at
tempt to turn it over or knock it oft
the table, so that tfspldsions and heart
rending burnings from the old lamps
are no longer to bs dreaded. We know
a man in this county who has always
used candles through fear of lamp ex
plosions. We advise him and all others
who want a Safety Lamp to call on Dr.
Ritchey. He has it. j5 St.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
In Warren County Court.
W. G. F.tter, Adm'r., vs. John "V. Mcdrcsor
etal, and bam Henderson, el k, vs. Philip
lloodeuovl and L. It. Meadows.
Iu pursuance to a decree rendered in tba
above entitled cause at the March lerui.
18S0, of the arreu County Court, I w ill on
Saturday the 10th day of July,
1880, expose to public side ot the Court
bouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., to the
highest bidder, for fash, the following de
scribed tract of hind king in the "ah civil
district of Warren county, Tenn., bounded
on the north by the lands id Moncr, on the
west hy the binds d t.evi YVoodlce'l heirs
nnd lloodi npyl, ou the (ii.-l by the hinds of
Wiley Ware, and ou the south by the home
stead liiiuls of Mary Metiregor, it being a
part of the Juson 'Melin-gor laiid-i, and is
being sold to satisfy said decree of 110.11,
rendered ut the said March term, isso, for
balance of punihiisc money due on said
land. This June u, l.ssu.
S.m Hkxdri'.sox, Clerk,
JiV J. II. noilKlisO.V, ). c.
The Grand Palace.
McULOIN & CU 11 It ID,.
lmprrtert and Dealer in
1...I..MIK.U ju me oaiiic iimiM, niiini is nun mure t s iioki'i hail CUT iclore u of her i'ikhK' imviih. Ii. ..,... l,.,.t .1 i , . .
bracing a full assortment of Millinery Uoi.uN, Trimuiii.-s S lus . nd S i i is So S I ,' ii.. j ii .L ! ' ' ',"ul "t,,',",",, Hl,il ' tra,p. em-
tiee any thing from the cheapen ,, W to the mJt " , ,d eleita'a w T Zu ' .1 ! , , mJIVI?? , "ri' " " T fU"iik1' 0,1 rhort ,no'
sell nt prices that will astonish buyers. We have ul,,. u'lded t.. Z uv h ,V, Z V It . i v H lit 1 1 lj .luvn'-H I J""""' '' now asMir.! then, that w intend to
th mauufaeturer, ii, Cineiuuati. ' Call and m-nine this IJcli.lid sortment "hWur! ' " m"1 'ni' & TtnStl
So. 109 C7nrr7i St. tbd-Summer & JUjh,
Exposition of 1880 at McMinnville !
v rv iz w w
and Q1-k wnvrnnin.l ne rniirnennln.l ., ,.,!.. ll ,
3esires to call Attention to hep Millinery
Election First Thm-xlmj in Aittjvtt Xe.rl.
We are authorized to announce
.TO UN V. JACO
as a candidate for Trustee and Tax Collector
of Warren county, at the election in August
We are authorized to announce
W. V. VAUGIIAN
as a candidate for Trjistee and Tax Collector
of Warren comity at the election in ui;'.. .t
We are authorized to aunounce
GEO V. PAltKS
of Collins Kiver as a candidate for Trustee
and Tax collector oFAYurrca county, at tin
election in August next.
are authorized to annouuue
A. M. JONES
as a candidate for the odice of Trustee and
Tax-Collector, of Warren Couuty ot the
August election, 18M).
J-"or C'lm ncellor.
To the voters of Warren, Coffee, Cannon,
(irundy. l'.edl'ord, Franklin, Lincoln,
Kutherford and Moore counties; I hereby
respectfully make known to you that 1 mi,
ii candidate lor Chancellor of the Fourth Di
vision, which position 1 now hoM by appoint
ment. Flection Thursdav, August o, lMn.
JN'O. W. liUKToN.
Murfrcciboro, March !, 1sm..
Wc are authorized to announce
V. I,. 8TEAKLEY
as a candidate fur re-election to t lie ollice of
ShcriC'of V. ii ire ii County
at the election in Ammst, 1SS0.
Ts a candidate for re-clectiuii to the ollice of
Trustee ami Tax 4'olifcior.
Thankful for the trust confided by his fel-lnw-ciiizcns.
he respectfully solicits' them to
continue Iheh preference and try him anain.
lie OW JJcIiaWot
TIE IRES aii PROVES ALL THIfiS.
This is ti ne of the Time-tried and Well-tested
Wood -work Shop
Old Stand on Spring St.,
Where he will be pleased to serve the pub
First-class W ork
11Y SKILLED WOKKMEN
-in the manufacture of tbe-
Mouniaiii City Wagons,
All Kinds of.
BUGGIES and VEHICLES.
CsuU JvIimIh ofSD
Painting and Repairing
Done on short notice and at reasonable
prices. Thankful to the publio for the long
run of work and confidence he has received,
he now respectfully invites a continuance
of the same when ne is better prepared to
accommodate ull who applv.
mar27-in J. "P. OARTNEU.
Thsf liatitning Sewer,
Wilson's New Oscillating Shut
tie Sewing Machine,
.A Hirte drawer drop-leaf vutdune,
with a. full line of aUachmenU and war
ranted for five yean. All Vim can be
had for $25.00 by tailing on O. M.
TIlVRMAN & CO., McMinnville.
Rr you, a vast amount of fun and good
reading if you fail to snhacrihe for th?
Standard iiumcil'.atcly. 1 a year.
rr o i o i
'eiolcltlui y tin, beiSi v ryt ulllJ
t rV a r i Vr " r ztat,y
v -iVL-V. J vJL
WM. LTTTESER & CO.,
So. "JOSoulli JIarket Street, Saslivlllo, Tenn.,
-AND DEALERS L-
Paints, Glass, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco,
Sole proprietors of DR. GOODLET'S HOUCKS PANACEA, one of the best Family
Medicines known highly recommended for diseases of the Stomach aud
Liver there is no better Spring Medicine.
HANMER'S LINIMENT, invaluable for Mun or llcast too well known for any thing to
be said in its praise every farmer should have it.
Also, ITACiER'S WORM CANDY and DR. SAM ARNOLD'S GLEAT UNION TILLS.
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Tullahoma, the Famous Summer Resort.
Th Tullalioma Hotel,
HOTEL TK CORZELIUS.
This house so well and favoriiTjIy known as a pleasant Summer Resort hus beeu recently
r fitted and refurnished for the comfortable und convenient accommodation of all those
who are seeking a
Pleasant and Healthy Location
for the summer mouths at very reasonable rates.
The rooms are cleau and nice, the table is cijunl to any In the Slate.
Mr. Cornelius feels confident that all who come will find pleasant and satisfactory ar
raiiKeiueuts here for a summer' residence.
The Watuii is unsurpassed in Tennessee for purity and health.
The Railroad, Mail and Telegraphic facilities are all that can be desired.
The Hotel De Corzelius is just opposite the depot aud ouly a few rods distant from it.
MORFORD & BILES,
B IB I
Nave a full assortment of the celebrated genuine SOUTH IliCND CHILLED
PLOWS, excelled by none, nnd warranted to give entire satisfaction. Also just re
ceived 100 .llfcklc's Donble Shovels, the best in the market.
Agents for Threshers, Mowers and It capers, Wheat
Fans, Corn Shelters, Fodder Cutters, Cider Mills, and
Improved Tennessee Wagons.
WILL SEll FOB (.11 Oil WEB tOElP AS HIE CHEAPEST.
fcbai-ly. ' ...
For 1880- '
-EE.A-S 03?E2sTEID I
J. C. M. Eoss to the Front !
lleccived and receiving it large stoch of......
T1LAlIY HIAJyjS CLOTHING-,
SHOP MADE BOOTS AMI SHOES OF THE VERY BEST PITT,
...and lauufacturod for him by Messrs. Stnultz, Monroe & Co., Philadelphia,..
: Hats of the
His Ladies Dress Goods Department Caii'i lie Sarpasseiin tkHonntain District
His staple goods were bonght before the
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menU. "And there ii more to follow." Mr. J. C. M. Hosts has returned from the East
completed and supplemeutej bin tttotk with a full eupply of every thing above dmui th
and more beside. He has one of the largest and bent stocks of goods ever broug ' f
to McMinnville. Itemember Mercer k Coffee's corner, and don't forget when you want
styliuh suit of clothes cheap for ranh to call ou him. f ni?7 )
McMinuville, March 27, 1SS0.
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Retail Dealers in.
recent rise, anil will he sol J exceedingly '