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VOL. XI. MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JUNE 14,1890. NO. 30.
xDlNIRS ROOM SETS,t
Ice Cream and Soda. Water
Smartt & Co's every day.
White Lime in any quanities for
sale by It. II. Mason.
A genuine home-made Scotch
Collar for at I. J. Ilusa'. !
Go to Smartt's for the choicest
candies and confections of all kinds.
Mr. 1). F. Wallace went to South
Pittsburg last Tuesday.
Dr. Stainback and family visited
friends nt Viola this week.
Dr. Parker, of Dibrell, was in.
town a few hours today (Friday.)
Do you want a hammock? 1).
L. Brown has a large assortment and
is selling them cheap.
A committee of ladies of the C.
P. Church are now raising funds to
have the church'recovered.
Miss Lou Settle is dangerously
sick, at her home on the corner of
Main and Chancery Streets.
Miss Mattie Binns of Nashville,
is visiting here and is the guest of
Miss Emma Wood.
Everything in groceries at
Smartt'8. Leave orders and have
goods delivered free.
. Mrs. II. J. Stroud of Sparta, is
visiting the.family of her son-in-law,
Dr. M. Anderson.
The Falcon Roller Mills received
five car loads of wheat from Nash
Mr. Albert Brossard of Tullaho
ma, visited his uncle, Mr. L. L. Jean-
maire, here this week.
Mrs. W. A. Robinson of Smartt's
station, visited the family of Mr.
John Joss a few days this week.
Mr.G. W. Anderson, of Quebeek,
Tenn., has been here this week on a
visit to his son, Dr. M. Anderson.
Smartt & Co., can please every
lover of cigars and tobacco. Large
stock of the best brands always on
Dr. A. D. Phillips attended the
commencement exercises of Mary
Sharpe College at Winchester this
-Mrs. J. P. Bostiek left Thursday
morning for Cleveland, Tenn., where
she will visit friends for several
Mr. J. W. Jackson, of Nashville,
general agent of the New York Life
Insurance Co., was here a day or two
Miss Emma St. John, of Viola,
N r W YiSi tATTWttla RllCl 01 1 JjIIjO and relatives here, returned home
The Board of Equalization has
been in session at the Courthouse all
this week, and will probably conclude
its labors today.
Mrs. Lizzie M. Franke, who had
East Main Str t, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.
MRS. R. A. BRIDGES,
MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, LADIES'
and Misses' FURNISHING GOODS, and Notions.
Corner of West Main
and Chancerv Streets
I have returned from Louisville with a Cheap and well
selected line of
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Mummery, jpgp vpu?;
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Arl All H
(Vll of these consist of the
I 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
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can battmes, JNev v rencn unanies, nmencan nai- been on a visit to friends and reia
lies at V2 cts.. Washes well, a bie: bargain. French figured Mull, Corded tives in South Carolina, returned
Zephyr Gingham, White and French Marseilles, Yv hite and I ancy Linen, home iast Monday.
rancy imported jjinen, jsoin ouk aq anu ivu uui neuufuah.
Kid and Silk Gloves, Prices from 25 cents
tosl.W). Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Short and Long Sleeved Vests
both in Silk and Cotton, lo cts to i?l each.
BIG LINE OF CORSETS. HOSIERY AT A BARGAIN. FACE VEILS 10c EACH
All Kind8 of New Dress Tvlmmlnys,
Ask for what vou don't see. for I have it. if not. can tret it in 54 hours.
Nice New Line of Dress Duckies.
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to have you call again, I am
MRS. R. A. BRIDGES.
W. T. FAULKNER,
W. P. FAULKNER & SON,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I I
Carry a Complete stock of
Double Shovel and
and all kinds of
ICS' TOOLS, BUILD
WAGON and CAR
And whatever belongs to a First Class Hardware Store.
DRY GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, and NOTIONS.
QUEENS WARE, TIN, GLASS, WOODEN WARE, SALT.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and TOBACCO.
YTE buy our gools in (he Lest markets and are prepared to meet competition, and ;ive
I T l:irj:iin to i nr i-flMomers. Call and gee us, we will giv you the lowest Cash prices
Mr. Ernest Brossard and bride,
of Fayetteville, are here spending
a week with the family of his uncle,
Mr. Ii.F. Jeanmaire.
I). L. Brown has made some im
provements in his fount, and Charley
says he now makes the best soda
water to be had in town.
Miss Belle Mathes of Memphis, is
here on a visit to her sister, Miss
Georcie Mathes, the little neice of
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Barton.
Misses Annie and Lida Bagley,
of Fayetteville, after a visit of two
or three weeks to their cousins here,
returned home last Monday,
Mr. J. M. Clendenen is lyin
danererously ill at the home of Mr.
II. P. Maxwell, and fears are enter
tained that he cannot recover.
There will be a Silver Medal
contest, at New Oak school house,
June 21st. Everybody invited. You
will miss a treat if you are not there
The Board of Mayer and Alder
men reconsidered the park improve
ment matter last Monday night, and
decided to let the good work go on
Mr. J. W. Adair, a prominent
merchant and stock trader of Lincoln
county, came up this week to spend
a month recreating among friends in
Miss Lena Womaek left last
Monday to spend a few weeks with
friends in Kentucky.
Mi.ss Hattie McCarthy, of Nash
ville, is visiting Mrs. B. P. Cantrell,
out at the Tennessee Woolen Mills.
Miss Annie Paine left' last Mon
day morning for Nashville, where
she will visit friends for several
Rev. F. L. Leeper will preach at
Viola Sunday night, and also on the
third Sunday night in' each month
during the summer.
-MfChas. Colville went to Chat
tanooga the first of the week, and we
understand that he will engage in
the shoe business at that place.
Misses Hallie and Daisey Biles
went to Sparta the first of this week
to attend the marriage of Miss Mag
gie Biles to Mr. Albert Passmore,
which occurred on Wednesday.
Mr. P. P. Mason, of Murfrees-
boro, was here two or three days this
week on a visit to his couisin, Mr. R,
II. Mason, of the Warren House.
Mrs. J. W. Snodgrass and ehil
dren anived from Nashvill today
(Friday), and will spend the summer
here with her father, Mr. W. O
Mr. P. S. Wallace, editor of the
New Era, and his little son Fred
Clute, spent two or three days of the
last week visiting relatives in South
Mrs. Wiley Wilkerson, - after
visiting her parents, Col. and Mrs.
J. II. Hughes, here for some time,
returned to her home in Florence,
Ala., last Tuesday.
Mr. L. S. Athearn and family,
lately of Bristol, Tenn., visited rela:
tives at this place and Irving College
this week. Mr. Athearn goes to
Sparta to take charge of the handle
works at that place.
Miss Nannie Brittain, wh- ha3
been visiting friends at Clarksville
for two or three weeks since the close
of her school at Comersville, return
ed home today (Friday.)
Our new depot is nw finished
and occupied. It is about twenty
feet longer than the old depot, and
there is a better arrangement of
waiting rooms and office.
Miss Clara Stainback went to
Nashville last Monday, and will be
absent several weeks. She will also
visit friends in Kentucky and in
Memphis during the time.
I. J. Bass has now on hand an
unusually large stock of saddles and
harness. His homemade goods can't
be surpassed anywhere, either for su
perior quality or low prices.
Mrs. Joe W. Bruster and little
daughter, Miss Mabel, of Pendleton
ville, Texas, arrival last Monday,
and will visit relatives in this place
and vicinity for several weeks.
Mrs. M. E. Coffee, who has been
quite ill for two or three weeks, has
shown considerable improvement
for the last few days, and the family
are now quite hopeful of her recovery.
Mr. Ben Mathes, son of Hon.
larvey Mathes, of the Memphis
codger, has been visiting the family
of his uncle, Mr. J. S. Barton, this
week, and leaves for Nashville today.
The store room of D. L. Brown,
on tne warren ixouse comer, nas
been cleared of the accumulated dust
of many years, and paper hangers
are now at work decorating the
walls and ceiling.
Capt. J. W. Irwin and wife, with
their little girls, also Miss Maude
Broyles and Miss Lillian Smallman,
left Saturday last for Savannah, West
Tennessee, where they will visit rel
atives for two or three weeks.
Misses Ada and Nora Thurman
went to Decherd Wednesday to at
tend the commencement exercises of
Terrill College, where their brother,
Mr. Will Thurman, ha3 been attend
ing school for the last ten months
They will all return home teday.
The atmosphere round about
Nashville, Shelbyville, and perhaps
other Middle Tennessee towns
dosn't seem to agree with Charley
Morford. He came home Wednesday
quite sick, and has been confined to
his room since. We hope the moun
tain breezes of home will soon bring
him around straight again.
We have received a catalogue of
the seventh annual fair of the Ruth
erford County Fair Association, to be
held on the grounds of the Associa
tion at Murfreesboro, commencing
Sept. Dili, and continuing: five .days.
Miss Maggie Good bar, Mrs. Mun
Goodbar, with her daughter and1 son,
Miss Mamie and Master Bright, all
arrived from Memphis at noon today
(Friday), and will spend some time
here visiting Mr. W. T; Murray's
Chestnut poles for the-new Po.
tal Telegraph-Cable Co., are being
delivered at the depot here for ship
ment. Mr. II. II. Faulkner,, who
has the contract for supplying poles,
thinks the line will reach thi point
in the next thirty days,
Our Agricultural Department was
crowded out this week by other mat
ter. We will print in that depart
ment next week a very thoughtful
article on The Growing Wheat
Crop," from the Country Gentleman,
which every farmer should read.
Dr. D. T. Rowland,, formerly of
Illinois, but who has been living in
Robertson county, this State,, for sev
eral months, is here prospecting with
the view of locating for the practice
of his profession. The doctor, bears
some flattering tesitmonkla from, his
old home in Illinois.
-Painters and decorators have-been
at work for the last week on the in
terior of the Warren House and
have produced some pleasing changes.
The dining room and office have
both been handsomely re-pa weired.
Fly screens have been fitted' to all of
the dining room doors and windows,
new curtakis have been hung; and
carpetslaid. The house h a beea made
fresh and inviting all over fos sum
mer visitors, and we hope-Mb. Mason
will soon have every room tilled.
At a meeting of the Booorvl of
Education held last Saturday, Mr.
John Beech was unanimously elect
ed to his old position in the City
School. A very strong petition,
signed by all the lady feathers and
endorsed by Prof. Mcadors, was
presented to the Board urging this
action. Mr. Beech's application for
the place had been withdrawn, but
his co-teachers and the members
of the Board all felt that the school
demanded his services, and the
Board simply hud hands on him for
the duty. He has yielded to the
flattering compliment paid him, and
consented to accept the position.
D. L. Brown, on the Warren House
corner, keeps a large stock of Ice on
hand at all times, and can supply it
in any quantities.
Houchin & Biles having closed out
all of their livery interests, desire to
collect up all outstanding accounts as
soon as possible, and request every
one indebted to them to come for
ward and make settlement at once.
lllble Society Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Warren
County Bible Society will be held in
the Baptist Church Sunday night,
June 22d. Dr. Geo. S. Savage, dis
trict superintendent, will be
present, and desires to arrang
'or a canvass of the county.
The first annual convention of the
United Confederate Veterans will be
held in Chattanooga, July 3d to 5th.
A rate of one cent a mile on th Mil-
roads will be given, and all of the
old Confederate soldiers in "Warren
county who desire to attend ae re
quested to report toDr.ThosvBlack,
Strayed from my premises on the
corner of Smithville and Depot
Streets, on June 5, 3 milk cows. One
old red cow, . one strawberry roan,
one black muley with some whiff
spots on her. Any true information
concerning them will be liberally re
warded. Call on or address.
Mits. Paulina Cantkf.i.l.
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