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A NI5WKPAPKU OF TO-DAY; PUIIK INTONE AND EXPRESSION ; PROCJltESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAR. 28, 1891.
Bought Strictly for Cash!
Cheapest (ioods Ever
Oflercd in this Market.
PARPPTC L.imc line of Car
' pets, bought at the
late Bankrupt Sales, r0 per
cent below value.
CLOTHING. suits cii,oS of
the latest styles Ave
now offer awav helow the old
-HLADIES' DRESS GOODS
Of all shades and grades from
5c per yard up.
in endless variety, and cheaper
t hail ever hefore. The largest
and handsomest stock of
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Silk Umbrellas, Etc.,
ever in McMinnville. In fact
we are full to overflowing in
every department. Come and
MORFORD & Co.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
MilS. ft. -A. Bbidges
has personally selected ami purchased
from the largest houses in Louisville, a large
ntnl varied stock in all of the nhnve lines,
embracing all of the
in everything from a lace handkerchief to
:i complete outfit for a lady's wardrobe.
MRS. PENCE, of Louisville, will have
dilute of tlie trimming department again
MRS. CllAXTOX. an experienced dress
maker, will he in ehai-.'e of that depart
ment. A cordial invitation is extruded t" all the
ladies to call and examine my
Xivv Spring Stock.
Onion sots at A. M. Jones'.
Next Sunday will be Easter.
Grated Cocoanut at A. M. Jones'.
Thursday was a typical March
Lots of good things at A. M.
More Maple Drips received by
A. M. Jones. '
Opening day next Wednesday
Fiuest banannas in town at A.
Seed oats, hay and shucks for
sale by I). Osborne.
C-a-s-h spells cash.
A. M. Jonks
Bargain and Opening day at
Thurman's next Wednesday.
ltain or shine, Thurman's open
ing will be next Wednesday.
Want .'!")() dozen eggs.
A. M. JONKS.
Cunningham has a full stock of
dry goods and notions of all kinds.
April fool's day is Grand Opening
at Thurman's. See advertisement.
Farmers had two more day of
good weather for plowing this week.
Pine Apple Drips, the finest
syrup in the market, at A. M. Jones'.
Mrs. It. M. Atkinson left on
Thursday morning for her home
at Fulton, Ky.
Mr. John Beech made a brief
business trip to Jasper and South
Fittsburg last week.
Mrs. J. M. Burger and son, Hob
ert,returned home Wednesday from a
visit to friends in West Tennessee.
Another show case full of fancy
candy at A. M. Jones'.
How many towns have grown to
cities in this country without at some
time having a bonded debt?
The new law closing barbershops
on Sunday has been signed by the
Governor, and is now in effect.
Spring is coming, and J. M. Cun
ningham has a big stock of the latest
patterns of spring dress goods.
Mr. L. D. Ilollandsworth and
family, of Smithville, arrived Thurs
day and will probably locate here.
This is (iood Friday, but there
won't be many beans planted today
unless they are. planted in the mud.
Mr. John S. Wood, of Murfrees
poro, visited his brother, Col. Ed J.
Wood, at this place a few days this
We direct the attention of stock
raisers to the advertisement of F. G.
Smartt & Co., on another page of this
Mrs. T. J. Hubble, who has been
visiting her parents here for several
weeks, returned to Chattanooga today
Mrs. Josie White left this (Fri
day) morning for Lawrenceburg,
Tcnn., to visit her daughter, Mrs.
You want a new spring suit,
don't you. Take this pointer and
look at Cunningham's stock before
Miss Evie Claire Morford left this
(Friday) morning for Sturgis, Ky.
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. It. H
Miss Addio Henderson, of Win
Chester is on a visit to relatives ana
friends here, and is the guest of Mrs
A. II. Faulkner.
ror rent A .) room cottage on
the Nashville road, (Clement place
Large yard, garden, etc. Apply to
C. A. Hopkins.
Miss Nannie Wallace returnee
home on Tuesday last from a two
month's visit to her sister, Mrs
Clute, of South Fittsburg.
ou should not tail to examine
Cunningham's big stock of Shoes
J Jest quality, period ht, low prices,
Don't all these catch you'.'
The Staxdakd is for progress,
therefore the Standard is for water
works, ever if it does take a little
more taxation to pay ior them.
Mead iV: llitchey have just receiv
ed another car load of llomestead
fertilizer and can supply farmers with
the best. Try it. t.
Thurman Bros & Co., advertise a
big spring opening for next Wednes
day, April 1st, and they will give
some great bargains cn that day.
. Miss Bettie Smithson left this
(Friday) morning for her old home
In Arkansas, where she will spend
several weeks among relatives.
Mr. J. M. Summers has secured
a clerkship with A. M. Jones, where
he will be glad to meet and wait
upon all his friends and acquain
tances. The Wilson Mill, 2 miles from
McMinnville, on Barren Fork, is now
for sale at a great reduced price. Ap
ply to the present owner at the mill.
John D. Dale.
Dr. Phillips went up lo Doyle
Thursday, where he will be engaged
in preaching and lecturing until some
time next week. llev. J. Munro
will till his pulpit Sunday.
We have our house chugged full
of new and fresh staple and fancy
groceries. We buy for cash and sell
at a very short prolit for cash.
A. M. Jones.
-Mr. J. C. M. Boss left on Weds
nesday morning for Cincinnati to buy
Spring and Summer goods for his
bouse. His long experience will en
able him to make the very best se
lections in every line.
Mrs. E. T. Black and two chil
dren, who have been visiting her
mrents here for about two months,
eft on Wednesday for their home
near Memphis, spending a couple of
days at Lebanon en route.
Mrs. u. A. uriuges lias been m
Louisville all this week, buyiug her
pring stock of millinery, dress
goods, etc. She has an advertisement
n this issue, to which we invite the
attention of the ladies.
Mr. It. H. Mason made a trip
from here to St. Louis and back in
two clays this week, spending halt a
day in Nashville and half a day in
St. Louis, where he bought the iron
front tor his new block of buildings
on Main Street.
Dr. J. S. Walker has returned
from Col Brady's where he had been
to paint and paper his new house.
He is thankful for former patronage,
and asks a chance to bid on all paint
ing and paper hanging in McMinn
ville and surrounding country.
-Messrs. S. F. and Ewing Grizzle
have au advertisement of their fine
stallion, Fleet, in this issue. He is a
nne specimen 01 the general purpose
horse, combining both saddle and
harness qualities. He will be shown
on the square in McMinnville on the
first Monday in April.
smith v, murmur) are doing a
nice grocery business now. They are
carrying one of the best stocks in the
city. They sell Ozanne's breads. Ite
ceived fresh each Wednesday and
Saturday. They handle all kinds uf
produce and would be pleased to have
a call from the trade in general.
Last Sunday's issue of the Chat
tanoga News contained a two-column
write-up of McMinnville, in which
brief mention was made of nearly all
of the business houses. It was mar
red to some extent by the misspel
ling of a number of proper names.
Ed Jones, the agent here for the
News, sold about 500 copies of that
Prof. A. H. Merrill, of the Van
derbilt faculty, Nashville, will give
a recital at C. F. College tonight
(Friday,) consisting of humorous and
pathetic selections. Prof. Merrill is a
fine olocutionist, and all who attend
will be highly entertained. Ad mis
sion fee 2.5 cents.
Mr. II. It. Etter, after several
w eeks spent among friends and rela
tives in Tennessee, left here last Tues
day morning on his homeward trip
to California, but will make a stop of
about two weeks at Paris, Texas. He
will be joined at the latter place by
Measrs. Alex. Black and Alfred
llitchey, who will accompany him to
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xDINlKG ROOM SETS,
J? OFFICE FIXTURES,
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.
B.F.Shawveh, QA TriA TTATATTTTT T
J. T. Kkltox. SIULIUIJAIA V LUlJiyT
: Contracting and Building Co.
This Company is composed of four competent and skilled workmen, and we solicit
orders for all kinds of bnildini! and carpenter work. Those wanting any work in our
line done, either by day or contract, will find it to tlieir interest to conwi.lt us before
. .'. placing tlieir orders. .
i-Good Work, Square Dealings. Low Prices,-
Come and see us. New Shop on Oak Street, between Spring and College.
Mt'MlNNVlIXK CONTK ACTING A Bl'ILDINCi CO.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
TORPOTID TUI.ES have reilue.-d the uric on South Xpn. fhillpfl Plnua frnm Kn .!
to SI. 50 on each plow. They are also agents for the Chattanooga Chilled Plow, the
Leader in Low Prices. Morford & Biles guarantee every South Head Chilled Plow, and
every Chattanooga Chilled Plow, to give perfect satisfaction, to be Light Draft and Per
fect Turning Plows, none better. Don't pay high prices lor chilled plows, but save your
dollais by buying Warranted Plows from MorrWd & Piles at low prices. We have a large
Steel Plows and Repairs, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves,
Tennessee Wagons and Farm Implements,
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. CALL AND SEE OUR CHEAP PRICES.
Morford & Biles,
Dry Goods Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Vrc carry a well selected line of General Merchandise, and sell
STRICTLY FOR GASH.
Thus we are enabled to giye our customers the benefit of the
We will make it to your interest to give us your trade. JOXK5 ItltOS,
East Main Street, McMINNNLLLE, TENN.
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STOVES, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, C
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
I have now on band a large stock of
the Pell City (Ala.) Globe, that Mr.
John (i. Marbury, an old McMinn
ville boy, has recently been elected
mayor of the flourishing town of
Riverside, Ala. His numerous
friends hero congratulate him upon
his new honors, and also congratulate
the town of lliverside upon having
such a sturdy, progressive official.
-Wc note from a late number of CnOkiniT 811(1 Hr3atillF SfOVES
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which I will sell ihenp for Cash, or
Ixctag! isr Cn 0! E::I Ci'.llt.