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A NEWSPAPER OF TO-DAY; PUKE IN TONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
VOL. XII. MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DEC 1890. NO. 3
RlTCHEY & BOSTICK,
WITH THEIR ELEGANT NEW STOCK OF
WE ARE LOADED
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
LATEST DESIGNS! GREATEST VARIETY!
FAIEEST PRICES !
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8yOur stock of Holiday Good is now open and ready for the inspection
of the public, and it w ill require hut a glance at our display to convince any
one that we have the largest stock, greatest variety of goods, and altogether
best line of wares for holiday gifts ever shown in McMinnville. Space
will only admit of a brief enumeration of the leading articles :
Everybody invited to see the BEST of
everything- for Christmas.
FOR THG CHIL.DREN
Dolls, liuililing Blocks, Wagons, Tea Sets, Games, Hooks, &e.
Cups and Saucers, Water Sets, Vases, Bisque Oranments, etc.
Novels, Poems, Sketches,
Fresh fish at I). L. Brown's today.
Choice Cocoanuts at I). 0. Jen-,
Mr. Frank Womack went to At
lanta last Saturday with a car load of
Miss Maggie Henderson of Nash
ville.after a week's visit to her sister,
Mrs. W. II. Ross, of this place, re
turned home last Wednesday.
Kami and Triplicate Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Combined Man
icure and loilet Cases, Jewel Boxes, Odor Stands and
Cases, Auto- and Photo- Albums, Shaving Sets, Etc.
If you want a new hat for little If you want a genuine treat try
money, go to Mrs. It. A. Bridges'. those delicious assorted fancy cakes at
Mrs. Sarah Green of Morrison,
visited relatives here several days
China silk, plush and silk orna
ments, frosted, ice or tinsel balls at
Mrs. R. A. Bridges'.
See those handsome bronze clocks
at Jeanmaire's. Just the thing for a
You will find a cheap line of
hoes for infants, ladies and misses at
Mrs. R. A. Bridges'.
-Mr. Eugene Christian, of Kansas
D. L. Brown's. They are the nicest
goods ever shown In this market.
The Building and Loan Associa
tion will lend two or three shares, of
$200 each, to the highest bidder at
the courthouse next Monday night.
-For spices, fresh groceries, ex
tracts, and all the little etceteras
you will need for Christmas baking,
go straight to D. O. Jenkins'. His
stock is complete.
Mr. John Blair who is now loca
ted at Loudon, East Tennessee, in
HvTli'701 Qililnif Paper Knives, eights, Thermometers.
UAlCllZa DllUI Cicar, Ink, and Odor Stands.
WOOD KND WILJ-OW WKRE,
City, dropped in on his friends here the practice of law, was here during
a day or two this week, the last week on a visit to his sister,
A desirablo dwelling house on Mrs- A B- Ramsey.
Smithville Street to rent after Jan. Misses Ida Womack, Jessie Me
1st. Apply to R. II. Mason. Clarty and Delhi Womack spent last
ivriai2 t.ivio nrwa loft i.t Mm.drtv Saturday and Sunday visiting Miss
forLebanan, where she will visit Sidney Smartt in the country.
friends for two or three weeks. Capt. W. A. Rutherford arrived
-Mrs. Marv Sims and Mrs. E. D. fro,n Kentucky last Monday, and
Austin, of Sparta.were registered at be here fr two or three weeks
the Warren House Thursday.
D. O. Jenkins will have Oranges,
Banannas and Lemons enough to
supply everybody for Christmas.
Ladies, if you want a cheap line
of children's, misses' and ladies' uu
denfear, call on Mrs. R. A. Bridges',
Messrs. S. L. Colville and J. F.
Morford were in JNashville two or
three days of this week on business.
If you want the new novelties in
dress goods, dress trimmings and
neck wear go to Mrs. R. A. Bridges'.
By Christmas day all of the rail
road track between McMinnville and
Tullahoma will be laid with steel
Prof. S. J. Farris of Tullahoma,
has been here several days this week
in the interest of a building and loan
Mrs. Mary K. Muuford left last
Monday for Birmingham, Ala., where
she will spend several weeks among
relatives and friends.
Dr. A. D. Phillips spent two or
three days of this week at Doyle, at
tending a meeting of the board of
trustees of Doyle College.
D. L. Brown has now on hand
the largest stock of candid he has
t'ver carried. Choice fancy candies
as low as !" ct nt per pound.
looking after the Singer Manufactu
ring Co's lumber interests.
The ladies of the Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union will give an
oyster supper next Thursday night,
Dec. 11th, at the Warren House ball
room. All are invited to attend.
Thurman Bros. & Co., have just
received a large line of linen towels
which have been used for drummer's
samples and which they will sell at
wholesale prices, from Acts to $1.00
The meeting at the Christian
church closed Wednesday night, and
Mr. Harding left Thursday for his
home in Winchester, Ky. The church
here received over fifty new members
as a result of the meeting, which was
in progress just a month.
Emily Maxey, the chambermaid
at the Warren House, was stricken
down last week with a total par
alysis of the left side. She is some
what improved at this time, but her
condition yet is quite unfavorable.
A corps of N. C. & St. L. Railroad
engineers will begin work next Mon
day morning surveying a route for
the extension from Tullahoma to
Lynchburg. This road, if built, will
open up extensive marble quarries in
Mr. Richard Cawthon, of Mur-
freesboro, who worked here several
years ago with his brother, at the tin
ner's trade, has been here again for a
couple of weeks, putting the roof on
Mr. Carson's new house.
Rev. Jas. D. Murray arrived from
iNashviiie Thursday and is visiting
among the congregation of the' Pres
byterian church, the pulpit of which Work Boxes, Work Stands and Baskets, Writing Desks, and
he will fill Sunday morning and hundreds of useful, ornamental, and beautiful articles suitable
n,gm' for Christmas prdsents. Come to see us and get prices.
mt. j. m. Woolcot.of Fremont,
v., iiuie imKipecung wun a view oi TUT TV Titv wf' W'JFW'Ma
establishing novelty works. He has Wm Hi m W ljEsJSllNlw
been quite successful with such an " ra ,v
establishment in Ohio, and 'proposes POTTS BLOCK McMINNVILLE, TENN.
iu uj n lare piani nere n ne can
get sufficient inducements.
Mr. J. M.Standifer, of Sequachee
valley, was married to Miss Manira
McGregor, at the home of the bride's
mother, in this county, Thursday,
Dec. 4th, by Elder O. M. Thurman of
this place. The couple left for the
home of the groom in S'jquachee val
ley today, (Friday.)
1). L. Brown, as usual, is ready
for the holiday trade with a large and
well selected stock in the various
lines of goods suitable for Christmas
presents. His advertisement will ap
pear in the Standard next week, in
the meantime he invites a call from
every one in search of holiday goods.
When you start out to buy your
Christinas candies, make a straight
drive for the store of D. (). Jenkins.
He has candies in boxes, buckets and
barrels ; everything from pure plain
stick to the finest French confections.
Sugar fruits, toys, and candy hearts
in great variety.
For elegant holiday gifts, which
will be "a thing of beauty and a joy
forever," go to L. F. Jeanmaire's
jewelry store. He has just received,
specially for the holiday trade, a large
line of gold and silver watches, jewel
ry, silverware, clocks, etc. You can
spend a delightfully pleasant hour
looking through his stock.
Attention is called to an adver
tisement of the McMinnville Build
ing, Loan and Savings Association in
another column. A new series of
shares is now open. Any industrious
working man, no matter how poor he
may be, can procure a homo through
this association, and it is the most
profitable investment people of small
means can make.
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SASH, DOORS, T ' KITCHEN,
X'nr. itrown's Iron itinera.
I'hysicians recommend it.
A'.l dotli-rs keep it. $1.01 per bottle. Genuine
has irade-murk and crossed red lines on wrapijcr.
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East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.