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A NEWSPAPER OP TO-DAY; PUKE IN TONE AND EXPRESSION ; 'PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, APR. 5, 1890.
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r10 Easier Bazaar,
This powder never , varies., .V marvel of
urity, strength and :wlinlei6nines.' More
economical than the ordinary Rinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mu
titude of low test, short weight allum or.
Smd only in' ran
POWDTER CO.. 106 Willi St..
Royal Baking. Pow
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F. M. Smith, Esq., '
East Main Street...! McMincville, Tenn
W. J. ' JOLLY, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN aud SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
J. ' M. BURGER,' M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office in Potta Block, front room over
Peoples National Bank. A
The Indies of the C. P. Church have
been qulto busy all this week prepar
ing for the, ..Easter Bazaar and Supper,
to. bfe.gisea.lri jthta jecture room 0 the
church' .lonight (Friday), and the
entertainment promises to be a most
interesting tiucasion. 11 win nave
many pleasant and striking features.
Let everybody attend. . ; j ; i ; 1
w i' Uitut'reU 'Show. ' '
.til.'.- 1 . ,. t ml'
Crftndalf,.;Randaij Clark 1 "'Bus-
kirk's Minstrells, (the climax of Mod
ern Minstrell effort,) wijl appear for
one performance only, at . Ilouchin's
Opera House next Tuesday night,
April 8th. I The troupe Is most favor
ably commended by the press. They
have a fine band and orchestra, and
will give a street parage Tuesday.
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A Walter . A. AVood '. self-binding
reaper, with bundle carrier .truck ami
everything complete will be sold
cheapor exchanged for live stock.
For particultas apply at this office.
.', : Tools for Sale. ' l.;.1
On the first Monday in April I will
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, a lot of blacksmith
and wood working tools. Sale. will
begin at 12 o'clock, noon, at the shop
formerly occupied by me on Spring
Street. E. J.Morrison.
0. P. COLLEGE
Honor Boll, for Quarter Ending March
. 1 , ..; 29th, 1890. , . , .
, To win a place on this roll, the
pupil must never be absent or tardy
for any cause, and .must .make an
average grade of not less than . 5)0 per
cent, in lessons and examinations.
Boarding pupils are also required to
attend Sabbath school and church
every Sabbath during the quarter.
Emma Broyles, Sparta, Tenn.
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LIVELY & :U
Virginia Beech .
Lilian Biles ...
Jesse Cross ...
,.New Boston, Tex.
.'..:. .l'elham, Ala.
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers his professional services to the people
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oiMcrainnYiue miu vicinity.
Office in Potta Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bask, room formerly ocenpid by Drs.
Black & Ramser. . ,
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Q. . : Ciqin,D.f).S.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in . Potts
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
The Best in the Cheapest. .
Mead & Ritchey have received an-r
other car of Homestead Fertilizer.
It is the most reliable commercial
fertilizer ever used in this" county,
fully compensates the expense In the
increase of products, as every farmer
knows who has used it. As the
Hn)?stead is the best, and the best is
always the Cheapest, it will pay you
to buy the Homestead, made special
ly for wheat and corn.1 For analysis
and directions for using apply to
Mead & Ritchey. 2t.
Mattie Corley.,....Clarksville, Texas.
Clarene Campbell....'.'.. ..McMinnville.
Trigg Campbell............ ' , '
ucy Drury , '
tuth Eddtns. Tipton, Tenn.
Marietta Ewing.... Pulaska, Tenn.
vittie Ford .............Atkins, Ark.
Sue Fulton . ....... ........Madras, Tex.
Ierschel , Faulkner. McMinnville.
Annie Lee Faulkner., .. " , ,
Bessie I). .Finney..,.:.... '
Joe J. Finney........... ... 44
Sallie IIalsell.........Richardson. Tex.
Bessie Halsell.. 44 44
Mamie Hail... ..'..Birmingham, Ala.
Gertrude Irwin... .:.. McMinnville.
lorenco Irwin.. :: 44
Habel Looney Farmersville, Tex.
Ellenora Lane...... .'.'......Sparta, Tenn.
Sallie Moseley Jefferson, Tex.
Minnie Matthews...Bass Station, Ala.
Velma Neely.... Franklin, Ky.
Roberta Phillips 44 44
attie Pierson Casey ville, Ky.
Geo Roberts Columbia, Tenn.
Maud Scarlett Atkins, Ark.
Mary Shook Scotsboro, Ala.
George Stainback McMinnville.
esse Tuck 44
Delia Womack Dibrell, Tenn.
Wen Wilson.... 44 44
Janie Whitson McMinnville.
Maggie Young Clarksville, Tex.
Tennessee Guano, $30
Rock city Guano, - 30
Corn Grower, - - 30 44 . 41
Ainon. Diss. Bone, - 2S 44 44
Acid Su. Phosphate, 23 44 44
Bone Meal, - - - 30 44 44
Call at office and get circulars
analysis and how to use it.
Doty & Fitts.
Carry a full line of
SHEW SELBT SCO'S 'CELEBRATED SHOES
forLndics. Eyery pair warranted. Also a
big stock of Men's Boots and Shoes. Call
and se us. ' , . '
South Side of East Main Street,
McMINNVILLE, .. . TENNESSEE.
Notice to the Public,
Tho undersigned having purchased the
will put same in thonungh repair, nud the
Mills will be known in the ftqure as the
Hanlan Flour arid Teed 'Wills.
I We will put in New Machinery of
1 the Latest Improvements, and re
spectfully solicit ,the patronage' of
I the public in general. '
MTFLOUR AND FEED kept at the
lowest Cash Prices. - Special attention
giveu to custom work; '
SYLVE8TER BROWER, Trop'r.
THOS-B.FULTS. Miller. '
I IAN LAN, : : : TENNESSEE.
At the Courthouse door in McMinnville,
lenn., on , ,
the 15th day of next April,
I will sell for cash to the highest bidder, 77
acres of land in the 5th civil district of War
ren County, conveyed to me in trust by
James Hennessee and wife, Nancy A. Hen-
nessee, on the 15th day of Sept 1887, by
deed registered in Book 15 of the Register's
office ot said county on pages 58-59. to
which I refer for a description of the land,
F. M. SMITH,
McMinnville, March 17th, 1800. Trustee.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
Usual services at 11 a. m., and 7.
m., by the pastor, Dr. A. D. Phillips
The usual morning service at 11 a
in., to be conducted by Elder W. P
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.
by the pastor; Rev. J. T. Curry.
Subject of morning sermon, "The
Resurrection and Identity 'of the
Human Body," 1 Cor. I.j, 2.". Sub
ject of night sermon, "Heavenly
Recognition," Matt. 7, 2. The Sae
rament of the Lord's Supper will be
administered at the morning service
Usual services at 11 o'clock this
morning. Usual services tonoor
row morning and afternoon and
the sacrament of the Lords, supper
will be administered during the
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. ra
by the pastor, Dr. G. T. Stainback
Subject of morning sermon, 44The
Risen Christ Revealed to His DIs
ciples," text Acts 1, 3. Night ser
mon 4'We must Work in the Vine
yard of God," text Matt. 21, 28-31
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at McMinn
ville, Tenn., for the week ending April t,
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Fennell, M. F.
Pennington, F. M.
By order of the P. O. Department, One
Cent roust be collected on all advertise
letters. Parties calling for any of these le
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. .t. Wood, P. M
Mr. Musroe'a School near the Woolen
MillsOpportunity Offered Our
The students of the short hand
class near Mr. Clay Faulkner's
Woolen Mills, taught by Rev. Jas.
Munroe, are learning very rapidly
and express a determination to com
plete the course 'in a short while.
Mr. Munro is well up in the study
and very thorough inhisinstructions.
There are lots of young men, boys,
and even young ladies in McMinn
ville, who, by putting in their idle
time under the instruction of Mr.
Munro, could soon master the beau
tiful, as well as profitable art, and
thereby be enabled to command
positions paying from $50 to $75 per
month, in the cities the demand
for good stenographers and type
writers is far ahead of the supply
and our young people have the op
portumty right here at home to
thoroughly fit themselves at about
one-third the cost of city instruction,
to fill these waiting positions. The
use of short hand has, within the las
lew years, reached remarkable pro
portions. Charles Reid, in his work
on The Coining Man, says: 4,I ad
vise parents to have all their boys
and girls taught short hand and type
writing. A shorthand writer who
can typewrite his notes would be
safer from poverty than a great Greek
scholar." The competent shorthand
writer can always obtain employ
ment and command a good salery.
Trousdale, April 3rd, 1890. Farm
ers ara behind with their work on
account of the wet weather. No corn
Canny Mitchell had a log rolling
Taylor Cooper and Johu West went
to Manchester Saturday.
The Sunday school again flourishes
at Caney Branch.
Monroe Cotton, from near Win
chester, a former resident of this
place, was here last Sunday and
Mrs. Bettie Davenport had a rail
- DINING x ROOM
; SETS, .
SASH, DOORS, '
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.
MRS. R. A. BRIDGES,
MILLINERY. DRESS GOODS. LADIES'
and Misses' FURNISHING GOODS, and Notions.
Corner of West Main ittirttirrt " r rrmr
and Clumery Street MCMtUKVtt.Lt, Itlflt.
I have returned from Louisville with a Cheap and well selected line of
j illinwy, Jre oo3jj E olioiis,
All of these consist of the
NEWEST PATTERNS.and STYLES.
1 sell my Goods for CASH, therefore you will find them VERY CHEAP.
My Stock of Dress Goods consists of
Side Band Novelties, Bengline Silks, China Silks,
Black and Figured Nets, French Patterned Ameri
can Sattines, New French Challies, American Chal-
lies at 12 cts., Washes well, a big bargain. French figured ' Mull,' Corded
Zephyr Ginghams, White and French Marseilles, White and Fancy Linen,
Fancy Imported Wnen, Both Silk Warp and All Wool Henriettas.
' ' 1 ' ' ' ' Tv"wl anH SliMr Hlntrao Ti.infio frtn O". nnr.ti
' to SI. 50. rv Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Short and Iiong Sleeved Vests
. both in Silk and Cotton, 15 cts to $1 each.
BIG LINE OF CORSETS. HOSIEr.Y AT A B AUG A IN. FACE VEILS 10c EACH
All Kinds of Xevt Dress Trim mintsi 1 ' .
Ask for what you don't see, for I have it,' if not, can' get it'inM'hourk
,, Nice Ncir Line of 'Dress Jiiicjclyt
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to have you call again I am
MRS. R. A: BRIDGES.
My Dress Goods and Notions have been detained on account of the
Cyclone, but will be in this week.
SEITZ & FAULKNER,
I I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I I
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; aiiu nit iuhuh oi
ICS' TOOLS, BUILD
WAGON and CAR
And whatever belongs to a First Class Hardware Store.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, and NOTIONS. ' ;
QUEENSWARE, TIN, GLASS, WOODEN WARK, SALT.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSH MS, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and TOBACCO.
WE buy our goods in the best markets and ar prepared to meet coin petition, and give
1 a-gin ti our ciisiomcrs. Call and see us, ve will giv yon the lowest Cash prices.
Carry a Complete stock of
Double Shovel and