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A NEWSPAPER OF TO-DAY; PURE INTONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN AliL THINGS.
M0MINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY..SEPT.20, 1891.
A. Special Invitation is Extended to Each and.
Every Purchaser of
TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK WHICH IS NOW ARRIVING, DAILY.
MR. W. H. ROSS HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE EASTERN AND WESTERN MARKETS,
WHERE HE MADE A VARIED CAREFUL SELECTION IN EACH LINE,
SUITED TO THE WANTS OF THE TRADE IN THIS SECTION
Our line of CLOTHING is especially full,
by fin the most complete we have ever handled,
and we feel safe in the assertion that it is the larg
est ever displayed in any house in the city.
One-half our house, shelving and counters is "full
to overflowing" with SHOES of every descrip
tion. To our customers in this line, we desire to
say that we intend to maintain our reputation for
selling only solid, . substantial goods. We
will not buy cheap shoes at all, preferring to let
other people sell them believing it injures a
merchant's reputation more than the recompense
in profit amounts to.
In HATS wc lacl tne style, having Dunlap,
Knox, Youman and Stetson's new fall shapes. A
full line of Crushers in all new colorings.' Also a
HE l L. DOUGLASS SHOE
fur m en and boys, a spec
ialty with us.
fie EST TANtoX
Have given a contract fur hand
some show window fixtures to
arrive next week. It will he
worth your while then to cull
and see our windows in "full dress."
full line of "Texas Cowboy'' styles. Especial at
tention is called to our lino of "Albert" still's.
Every hat guaranteed. In
CELTS' FURNISHINGS we have
everything the most fastidious dresser could wish.
Our Neck-wear is superb. Collars and Cutis in all
prices of latest fads. E. & W. brand a specialty.
Have secured the agency for the patent "Vertical
Slide Back" Suspender, acknowledged the most
comfortable and substantial suspender ever made.
Will not pull off buttons.
A magnificent line of UNDERWEAR in
both American and imported goods. In fact our
stock in every line is complete. A personal inspec
tion solicited. No trouble to show goods. Full
line of Ladies and Childrens Wraps to arrive soon
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Buy New Style Soap.
2o lbs. C Sugar for $1 .00 at dray's.
The peach crop has about played
Irish Patatoes wanted at J. V.
Ice in any quantities at D. L.
This dry weather is getting mo
notonous.' Beautiful shades in Blazer Cloths
at Morford & Co's.
Ask for New Style Soap. Sold
by all live dealers.
All of the streams of this county
are i-ery low.
New Style Soap is the largest
Go' to Cunningham A MoflHt's
for your new fall suit.
For groceries go to J. "V. Gray's,
his line is complete.
New Style Soap is the best and
cheapest in the market.
75 bolts of calico at 5 cents yard,
cost G, at Morford A Co's.
Everything in Ladies Furnish
ing goods at A. II. Gross.'
Broad cloth in new and beauti
ful styles at Morford & Co's.
A handsome lino of fall prints,
new designs, at Morford A- Co's.
It is getting most time to pull
'possums and dig sweet potatoes.
Crockery, Leather and Shoe
Findings at A. P. Seitz's, Cheap.
Go to Beech A- Scales' and get a
free sample of New Styte Soap.
See the handsome line ot Ladies'
Cloaks, Furs, etc, at A. II. Gross.'
My new stock of candies is the
best in the city. J. V. Guay.
Have you seen those handsome
Bureaus and Center Tables at Lively's
Watermelons are still coming in
to this market, but do not litul very
Morford A- Biles have ju-t receiv
ed a large shipment of clover' and
W. S. Lively & Co., have thirty
styles of beds for their customers to
J. V. Gray has the largest and
best stock of cigars in the city. Call
and try them.
Rev. J. T. Curry will preach at
Faulkner's chapel at 3 o'clock Sun
--Morford & Co. have received near
ly all of their new Fall Goods. Come
and see them.
Mr. L. J. Magnets and wife, of
DeKalb County, were visiting rela
tives here this week.
Circuit Court has brought large
crowds of county people to town
every day this wsek.
Our stock of boots and shoes is
perfect. Anything in that line can
be found at Morford & Co's.
Found A sum of money. ( )wn
er can get same by describing prop
erty and paying for this notice.
Mrs. L. D. Hickerson, Jr., of
Tullahoma, visited her parents at
this plac a few days this week.
You will find at Colville's the
very shoe you want for school. Ask
for the "Never Hip School Shoe."
We are selling Groceries for cash
or 30 days strictly. Don't forget
that. W. C. & B. F. Womack.
There were ten additions to the
Methodist Church as a result of the
meeting which closed last Sunday
Everything you want to eat in
the way of choice fresh groceries and
family supplies will be found at I).
! The temperature flag was hoist
ed this (Friday) morning under the
fair weather signal, which indicates
lr. A. D. Phillips and Mr. 1). F.
Wallace are attending the Union
Baptist Association, now in session
in Smith County.
Mrs. 11. II. Anthony,afier a visit
of two or three weeks to her parental
home here, left for Slurgis, Ky., tins
( Friday) morning.
A pointer on cigars and tobacco.
If you use the weed in any form, call
on A. II. Woodlee. Ho has a large
stock of the choicest brands.
The Sandaud office will supply
merchants with the best paper bag
made, at Nashville prices. All sizes
in stock from J lb. to 2" lbs.
When you want anything in
fancy groceries and confections go to
A. II. Woodlee's. His stock is bran
new and everything is fresh.
More fodder will probadly be
saved in Warren county this year
than in any previous year of its histo
ry, and it is in splendid condition.
We still have a lot of Ziegler's
Fine Women Shoes in extra sizes,
which we are selling far below cost.
I will close my entire stock of
men's clothing at cost for cash! I
mean exactly what I say.
Everybody says A. II. Woodlee's
stock of plain and fancy candies takes
the blue ribbon over anything ever
shown in that line in McMinnville.
You will find my stock complete
in every line. Dress Goods, Domes
tics, Sheetings, Towels, Table Linen,
etc., all of the best quality.
Buggy, Harness and good gentle
family horse will be sold at a bargain.
Apply to Mrs. Win. White, McMinn
ville, Tenn. 2w
Notice. I will sell you your
groctries as cheap as they can be
bought in the city. Call and get
prices. J. W. Guay.
Mr. Dan Thompson, Postal Tele
graph operator at Murfreesboro, came
up last Saturday on a visit to his
friends here, and remained until
Chas. Colville's goods have been
received and are ready for inspection.
A big stock of select goods, the best
quality, you know, is what he keeps.
Come and see him.
A srecial coach will leave Mc
Minnvilh' for Texas on the 2!) in.-t.
The emigrant tare to Dallas, Fort
Worth, and other points in that por
tion of Texas will he $17.!!t.
Mr. Erby Montgomery has
bought from Mr. C. Richmond the
stock ot goods recently purchased by j
Mr. R. from Northcut & Silence. I
We have a large stock and our
goods are cheap. It is a pleasure to
show them to you, whether you
want them or not. Moukokd A Co.
Mr. J. M. Motlitt has been con
fined to his room with sickness for
the last week. His numerous
iriemis wish mm a speedy recovery.
Senator Woodlee and wife re
turned home from Nashville last
Tuesday. Mr. Woodlee remained
through the dying hours of the un
Married, at the home of the
bride, near Faulkner's factory, Thurs
day afternoon, Sept. 24th, by Rev. J.
T. Curry, Mr. John Griffith to Miss
If in search of a new dress or
anything else in the way of dry
goods, notions, ladies' and gents' fur
nishing goods, go to Cunningham &
Molfitt's. They have a superb stock
of these goods.
Colville keeps the $2.50 Ziegler
Woman's Shoe that gives the other
shoe merchants so much trouble.
They know it is the best shoe made
in the United States for the money.
Some fine horse and mule colts
have been shown on our streets this
week. There seems to bo a growing
interest in improved stock among the
farmers of Warren county.
Mr. J. M. Duncan, who has been
confined at the Warren House for
several weeks, with a spell of fever,
is now recovering, and expects to be
able to go to his father's home in the
county in a day or two.
Rev. J. W. Fittsgerald, pastor of
the C. P. Church at Lebanon, and
who was well and favorably known
to many people in McMinnville, died
at his home in Lebanon last Tuesday
The largest slock of Boots and
Shoes in town is at Colville's, and he
iooks a:ter tne (""''v- iney wear
the be-t mid look well as long as thev
last, and la-t until you want a new
A car load of chairs received by
W. S. Lively Co., this week. They
can furnish anything you want in
this line from a home-made split
bottom to the finest willow rocker.
Remember that D. O. Jenkins
always carries a full stock of fresh
stick and fancy candies. His show
case is now running over with deli
Mr. Jas. Smith, who holds a po
sition in the freight office of the E.
T. V. & G. Railroad at Chattanooga,
spent several days of the hist week
visiting his parents at this place.
-When it comes to footwear Cun
ningham & Moffitt are "in it."
Their stock of boots and shoes is
simply immense, and they are sel
ling them at prices which will suit
-Have you noticed the great
stocks of new dry goods, shoes and
clothing which Cunningham it Mof
fitt have been opening for the last
week? Their stock in these lines is
attracting attention from everybody.
Blankets from $1.00 to $7.50 per
pair, carpets from 20c to $1.00 per
yard. Our stock of clothing is full
up. Trunks, Valises, Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, all new,
neat, and stylish at Morford & Co's.
Mrs. R. A. Bridges left -Wednesday
last for Louisville, to purchase
her fall stock of millinery and ladies'
furnishing goods, and will be absent
about ten days. The arrival of her
stock will be duly announced through
our advertising columns.
Mr. Drew Brewer, who has been
engaged in business at Woodbury for
several years, has been visiting
among friends and relatives here fur
a few days. lie has closed out his
business at Woodbury, and is think
ing of embarking in business again
somewhere in this county. .
Uncle Jerry Rusk would confer a
favor on this community if he would
send his rain makers around here
for a few days. Ben Lomond would
be a very elegible site for some ex
periments with the new science, and
a few showers would be more than