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A NEWBJ'ArER OF TO-DAY; PURE IN TONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCM INN VILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAR. 8, 1890;
Oranges at Sinartt'a.
! Ijpinons at Smartt,s.iWii
; ' . .--. - .. .. - '. , ,
.j Saur kraut at Bmartt'ev
j' '-Eresh candies at 8mwU ",;!,
1 llemember the muss meeting
1 H. L. Walling has two dwelling
j hoiiHes forYertt., Vi V $2t
t . -1 . : J fr .,1 4 r s '. ; - - i
King's uick, Rising Huckwheat
'flour at D. O. Jenkins,', ; : ' ;'.;.'s
For select' oranges, lemons, ha
nantiasand cocoanuts, go to-1). O.
Jenkins' . j i 1 1 '.: '
Mr. J. S. Doyle spent last Sun
day here, leaving for Chattanooga
1 1 ,
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, streujjth and wholesomeness. More
I'uouomloal 'than 'the ordinary k'inds, and j
cannot be sold iu competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight allum or. j
phosphate powders. Xold.onlu in cam
Royal Bakino Powder Co.,106 Wall St., j T T , ,
X. y. . - ' Mr. J. E. Jones attended the Re-
' ' ' publican League meeting in Nash-
W. J. JTOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence,' ou West Main Street
J, M. BUKGER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
- ffice in Potts Block, front room over
Peoples National Bank.
dr. m. Anderson"
offers his professional services to the people
ofMcMinnville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occnpid'br Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. H.
'Gross, in Potts
T. A. LEACH,
Carries a large line of
Buggies, Barouches, Drags,
Spring Wagons, Road Carts,
At prices astonishingly low. Cnll and see
him on corner Church and Vine Streets.
The University of the South,
On the Cumberland Plitteau, 2,100 ft.
above the sco level, offers the healthiest
residence to young men in its Grammar
School, Its Military, ita College and its The
ological Depts. For special information
KEY. 1 ELFA1U IIODGSOX, I. !.,
f. F. DAVIS. JULIEN CUMMING.
: PROPRIETORS OFr."
DAVIS DOUBLE TUEEINE ,
Both on Vertical and Horizontal 1
Shafts. .'' '
Guaranteed to Equal any Wheel
in the Market.
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
b om s
I have arranged to keep for sale
at the drugstores of W. II. Fleming
and Ritchey & Bostick, MeMinn
ville, some of the books pub
lished and sold by the Publishing
House of M. E. Church South.
Feeling that the books will give
satisfaction, I respectfully solicit
the patronage of those desiring
good books. If the book you
want is not found on hand nt
the above places, leave your' or
der and it will be supplied on
I P. BARNETT.
Itch,. Mange, and Scratches on hu
man or animals cured in 'M minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never mils. Sold by Ritchev & Bos
tick, Druggists, McMinnvIHe. feM-:Jm
ville this week. ? . . ''
"' Morford & Co. have just received
a full line of Ziegler's ladies', misses'
and gents' shoes.
Col. Kd Wood is reported to have
made a very appropriate remark
upon the weather.
Hccker's partly cooked Oat Meal,
a delicious breakfast dish, always
fresh at D. O. Jenkins'.
Smartt A Co., carry a full stock
of everything in groceries and pro
visions, and deliver free.
Mrs. D. T. Arledge and her little
daughter, Adelle, left for Chatta
nooga Wednesday morning.
Prof. Jno. P. Edmonds, of Sparta,
is at watertown, wuson county,
instructing the new brass band at
A full line of the celebrated C.
M. Henderson ladies', misses' and
children's shoes just received by
Morford & Co.
Mr. J. C. Biles, Mrs. Bently and
Mrs. Carson reached home from their
Florida trip last Tuesday, and all re
port a most enjoyable trip.
Mr. Norman Mitchel, our Coun
ty Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, returnsd home this week from
a three months' visit to Texas.
Tho cheap cash store of 1). .0.
Jenkins' is never found without a
good stock of fresh plain and fancy
candies of the choicest varieties.
The bank at Watertown has
begun business under very favorable
circumstances. Mr. J. W. Beckwith,
a clever young gentleman, is the
Old Winter has asserted his sway
in good earnest during the last week.
Snow fell here nearly all day last
Saturday, and Sunday and Monday
were both quite cold.
Miss Buby Paine, one of Mc
Minnville's most agreeable and popu
lar young ladies, returned home
Tuesday from a three weeks' visit to
friends in Nashville.
A new postoffice has been cstab
lished on Col. Brady's place, in Van
Buren county, between Doyle and
Spencer, and christened Meade, with
Sam Brady as postmaster.
Mr. Geo. E. Purvis, of Nashville,
businpS3 manager of Nashville's new
literary,, weekly, . ,the Hound Table,
was here Wednesday -and Thursday
on a brief visit to his father.
A full line of spring and summer
clotMBgdirefct from the "manufact-
urers,now On nana at Moriora & to s,
The'pheapeit, ever offered in this
market fully 25 per cent, below all
v Ujy jien tthe snows have melted
and gentle ppring comes again, plant
Tennessee second crop Irish potatoes.
They are superior to the Northern
potato, and are cheaper, sold by
Ritchey & Bostick.
A cleverer man cannot be found
anywhere than Mr. Win. (Jwaltney
cashier of the Bank of (Jordonsville,
He is over ready to accommodate
those that fall in his path, and be
sides this, he is a
The mass meeting at the court
house to-night (Friday) to further
the male high schooll should be
largely attended. Let every citizen
who feels an interest in MeMinn
ville's growth and prosperity be on
Mr. W. II. Magness, Jr..-left;
Monday for Florida, where he will
be joined by Mr. J. S. -Doyle in
alout a week, and make a trip
through Cuba and Mexico, as noted
last week. , i . i '
Our friend Miller, of the Man
chester Times, won a prize of r0,(M)
from the Nashville American,; ' for
sending in'the second largest list of
subscribers' to the Weekly American
for a period of three month's.' " " ' 'vI ;
Mr. Wm. C. Myers, who ' now
holds a position oh a Revenue Cutter
now stationed in the Savannah river,
has been visiting his mother and
sisters here' this week, and' shaking
hands with his numerous old Me
Minn ville friends. ' ; "t""
, The blossoms and younit foliage
which had put out on many tree3
have all been killed by the frosts and
freezes of the last week. So far , we
have had no reports as to probable
damage to wheat in this section."
At a meeting of Warren Ledge,
P. A A. M., held Thursday night,
Dr. G. T. Stainback was installed as
Grand Chaplain of the State of Ten-,
nessee, by Seniof Grand Warden M.
D. Smallinan, peeially appointed
by the Grand Master for this purjtose.
Wanted : A young man to hire
and control a force of agents. No
canvassing. Salary $75,00 per month.
Must furnish good references and
$7.r).00 cash capital.
Address J. W. Fostek,
lloom 11, Sedgwick building,
In our rounds among the mer
chants this week w note that A. II.
Gross has just opened up a large stock
of new spring dress goods, in many
handsome and attractive new shades,
also a large line of white goods and
dry goods notions in general. His
stock of dress goods is particularly
attractive for extent and variety.
-Mr. Charley Cunningham, of
Morrison, comes before our readers
in our announcement column this
week as a candidate for Register of
Warren County. Mr. Cunningham
is a young man possessed of good
business qualifications, enjoys the
fullest confidence of all who know
him, and if elected will make the
county a competent and trustworthy
Dr, W. II. Fleming's advertisi
ng space is filled with afresh change
of matter this week. Dr. Fleming
always keeps his stock up to the
lighest standard in the best and pur
est goods, with the latest novelties in
druggists' sundries, and keeps the
public apprised of the fact through
his advertisements. Among his lat
est receipts will be found a full stock
of Landreth's genuine garden seeds
for lS'.K), and a large stock of new
designs in wall paper.
We take great pleasure in calling
attention of Warren county stock
men to the advertisement of High
Itock Breeding Stud, F. G. Smartt
& Co., proprietors, to be found in
this issue. Their French draft stal
lion is a superb specimen of horse
flesh, and all of their service animals
are of superior stock, selected with a
special view f improving the stock
of this county. The firm deserves
much credit and large patronage for
their efforts in this line.
- DINING x ROOM k-
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.
SEITZ & FAULKNER,
I I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I 1
Carry a Complete Mock of
Double Shovel and
w w. T
ami all kinds of
ICS' TOOLS, BUILD
WAGON and CAR
And whatever belongs to a First Class Hardware Store.
DRY (iOODS, BOOTS, SllOES, HATS, and NOTIONS.
(JUEENSWARE, TIN, GLASS, WOODEN WARE, SALT.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and TOBACCO.
WE Imv our goods in the best markets and are prepared to meet competition, ami give
bargains to our customers. Call and see us, we will give yon the lowest Cash prices.
J. P. GARTNER,
V v -
Sjtriiif Street, MeMinn ville. Ten i.
Curries in ktock at all times n lurgc variety of ,
Open and Top 13uggiesv !
Two-Wheel Carts, Spring . Wqgon 'Etc.
' Yagon.'and Carriage Repairing of all kinds. Painting,'
HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
Hon. H. C. Snodgrass, of Sparta,
spent Thursday afternoon and night
here on his return homeward from
the eastern end of this Congressional
District, where he h ns been for
couple of weeks in the interest of his
candidacy for the Democratic Con
gressional nomination. Mr. Snod
grass made a number of speeches on
this trip, and from the reports of the
newspapers of that end of the dis
trict, it is quite solid for him for
the nomination. Knowing some
thing of his strength iu this end of
the district, his nomination, at the
present stage of the canvass, looks
like a foregone conclusion.
Mead & Ritchey will pay 4c ir
pound for hens, ducks, and turkeys
every Wednesday until further no
tice. They also have agents at Rock
Island, Piuo Bluff, Rowland, Ilillis,
Goodbars, Incirase, Morrison, Sum
mitville, Viola and Smarttf who wil
receive at those places.
. J. W. GRAY & CO., . , . '
PRODUCE ' and '.COMMISSION ' MERCHANTS.
i- i.i-r.ti. i ! WHOLESALE; AND. RETAIL-iiiuc: ,j ,,..,.,
Produce"'.:-: and':-: Provision,.:-':' Dealers,
tFAMILY groceries, etc.-
) r 'ii
Poultry,, Eggs and Butter our Specialties'.;''
1 ; ' We Buy and Sell Strictly for Cash.
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East Main Street, opposite Hoodenpyl's Shop, McMINNVILLE, TENN.
The Peoples national lank of McMinnville,
. ' ..TENNESSEE.'' .'
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
' OFFICERS, t :
J. V. MORFORD, , Pmideut.
,T. :. BILES Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE...... Caiiei.
WM. BILKS. . I ('. M. WORFORD. . Asitaot Cashier.
Docs a General Rankin?: Business, Deposits Solicited
1 ' DIRECTORS. i
J. F. MORFORD, ,, S. L.COLYILLK
J. C. M. ROSS.
.?.' A. ROSS.