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A NEWSPAPER OF TO-DAY; PU11E IN TONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DEC-13, 1890.
RlTCHEY & BOSTICK,
WE ARE LOADED
LATEST DESIGNS! GREATEST VARIETY!
PAIBEST PRICES I
Everybody invited to see the BEST of
everything for Christmas.
Jewelry ! Jewelry ! Jewelry !
Jewelry of every description, and
at reasonable prices, at J. C. M. lloss
Cheap toys of all kinds at Smartls.
This is fine hog killing weather.
-Hardware eheaD at Faulkner &
,.,.,,.. . . ,
-We had quite a feeling touch of
Winter this week. !
What are the Sunday Schools
going to do for Christmas?
A full stock of Jeans, Linseys
and Yarns at Faulkner & Son's.
Overcoats cheap to close out by
the holidays. J. C. M. Ross & Sox.
Lots of Christmas candies can be
found at the store of R. A. Thatch.
See ur line of Jewelry before
buying. J. C. M. Ross & Sox.
Mr. W. G. Rrittain returned last
week from a visit to Bedford county.
A few elegant Family Bibles
will be found at Jlitchcy fc Bostiek's.
The Judge and Attorney General
are holding court at Winchester this
Velocipedes, doll buggies, and
wagons of all kinds and prices at
Ben Lively returned home from
Chattanooga Thursday, to spend the
A full line of Bibles of all sizes
in handsome bindings at Ritchey A
Bostiek's. Smartt keeps everything you
need for Christmas baking, and de
A second-hand coal oil heating
stove for sale cheap. Apply to W.
-See J. C. M. Ross A Son's two mrc unui aiter uie noiiciays.
show cases of beautiful Mufllers and; Capt. J. W. Irwin is in Savan
Ilandkerchicfs. j "ah, West Tennessee, this week, fe-
-W. S. Lively & Co., have rcceiv- lt itatinpr himself upon the arrival of
ed this week a beautiful line of oma-1 il ow son which evont o'rrel last
mental tables. ; Monday morning.
-Mr. Hrev Brewer came up from
Woodbury Thursday, and returned
Frid-iv mornm- "
-Muffler of ev,ry description suit-
able for Chrlstnu, prints at .1. C
M. lloss A- Son's.
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.V 1IIMI MOCK 1)1 ll.lM'll S
Cattle :md IV nil try l-WI jn
cil by K. A. 1 l::ikti.
ELEGANT UEMJ STOCK OF
A window shade with oil painted
dado fancy picture, on spring rollers.
Call on Faulkner & Son.
Calls for the annual stockholders'
meetings of our two national banks
will be found in this issue.
-Dr. J. F. Barnett left Wed lies-
day for a visit to other counties, and i
will be absent two weeks. I
.The candy-pulling given at Mr. !
V. II. York's, Thursday night, was '
highly enjoyed by all present.
-Mack Sparks returned Thursday
frnm Tlnv Hnr1noa fla irhoro ha liarl
been visiting his grar.d-father
ueuuuiui assortment 01 iauies
Bins in our line of Jewelry.
J. C. M. Ross & Sox.
See our line of Mufllers and
A V. A ! A..l A A r . .1 I
1 andkerchiefs before buying.
J. CM. Ross & Sox.
Fireworks of all kinds, from
small crackers to 2f-ball Roman
candles at Smartt's
Messrs. Savage, Land and Mur
ray of the McMinnville bur, attended
Chancery Court at Sparta this week.
Kraut, barrel pickles, hominy,
grits, oat meal, and everything good
to eat at Smartt's. Free delivery.
Mr. Jas. S. Doyle, cashier of the
Bank of Attalla, Ala., was shaking
hands with his many friends here
Miss Carrie Prince will lecture at
New Oak school house, 2 miles west
of McMinnville, Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 14th, at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Sam'l Clenny of Quebcck,
was down one day this week to tell
grandfather Rahm about those twin
baby girls up at his house.
Bisque, Kid, Wax and China
1 ol!s of every size at Smartt's. They
were bought to sell, and our low
prices are selling them.
Mr. R. M. Atkinsou and wife
returned from West Tennessee Thurs
day, and will remain with relatives
it j. it
: -More desirable or appropriate
j articles fr holiday presents cannot
' 1,0 fountl than nice books, and Hitch-
j ?f Z "
! ,all Re,w?tecl for thl
' )l1 Tuesdays and Fridays A. II.
, (iross will offer his entire slock of
n'f Hor ' ross w 1 otU'r ,lls ontire s,ock t'f
' V V ' ',,0ts and Shoes and all heavy whi
lst rereiv-. tPr g00is absolutely at cost prices.
' Come in now if you want bargain.
Stroud & Co., have shipped six ear
loads of mules South this season, and
have two more car loads ready for
shipment. Ilouchiti A liiles have
shipped two cars, and will ship an
C .-..1 . I
omarii's, me corner grocery
house, is jammed full of everything
mec for Christmas.and more to come.
CllM lill1 I)rk'e their goods before
1;ing your Christmas purchases.
i mi winia uaus won t nave any
trouble finding pretty things for the
t I 1 LI A .
children or old folks either this
I'lil'Umna I'l,, t,.M: ill.. .1
V Ml lauiiii-i. 1 ni; 1UI.UIIIU vine siures
are just loaded with nice holiday
Mr. J. L. McOehee, who was ta
ken severely ill in Atlanta, (ia., sev
eral weeks ago, while there on a
stock trading trip, reached home the
first of this week. We hope he may
soon recover his usual good health.
Oranges, lemons,, raisins, figs,
prunes, cocoanuts, citron, nuts of all
kinds, oysters, sardines, flavoring ex
tracts, cheese, chocolate, canned
fruits and vegetables, and every
thing nice for Christmas at Smartt's.
Mr. L. F. Jeanmaire, in addition
to his large regular line of goods, has
now on hand specially for the holi
days, a choice selection of solid gold
rings with real stone settings in some
of the most beautiful and artistic de
signs. We have accommodated a good
many of our friends by selling them
goods at cash prices on time ; now we
want money to buy more goods, and
ask all who are indebted to us to call
and settle their accounts.
Moriouii V Bilks.
Mr. J. W. Woolcot, who had
been prospecting here some days for
the establishment of novelty works,,
left this (Friday) afternoon for his
home in Fremont, O., not being able
to make such arrangements here as
The congregation of the Presby
terian Church were very favorably
impressed with Rev. Jas. 1). Murray,
who filled the pulpit last Sunday
morning and night. It is quite prob
able that the church will secure him
Don't forget in your rounds for
Christmas goods to stop in at Jean
niaire's jewelry store. His stock of
silverware, watches, clocks, neck
chains, bracelets, charms, and jewel
ry of all kinds is unusually hu ge and
varied this season.
Immediate relief by using Preston's
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
hSOur stock of Holiday (ioods is
of the public, and it will require but a
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:
a-FOR TH9 CHILDREN
Dolls, Duilding Blocks, Wagons, Ton Sets, (i nines, .Books, &.
f ' CLHSSIaZRRE,
Cujs and Saucers. Water Sets, Vases, listue Oranments, etc.
Pinni CI nvrls lWnis:. Xkntflins
Hand and Triplicate Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Combined Man
icure and Toilet Cases, Jewel Boxes, Odor Stands and
Cases, Auto- and Photo- Albums, Shaving Sets, Etc.
flvilT70l QtItIo lpi'r Knives, Weights, Thermometers.
UAltllZa JllUI Cigar. Ink, and Odor Stands.
WOOD AND WILLOW
Work Boxes, Work Stands and Baskets, Writing Desks, and
hundreds of useful, ornamental, and beautiful articles suitable
for Christmas prdsents. Come to see us and get prices.
East Main Street, -
now open and ready for the inspection
glance at our display to convince any
xDlNINC ROOM SETS.