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A NEWSPAPER OF TO7DAY ; PURE IN TONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, OCT- 31, 1891.
M. B. HARWELL !
MC MINNVILLE, TENN.,
Is now being shown ihe lurgcst and ,
handsomest stock of Furniture ever
brought to this section. We can
furnish any room from kitchen to
pnrjor, and any kind c home t n
cuttnge to mnniuu.
We have beautiful bed room suits
in Walnut, Aih, Mnple, and ICth
Century Antique Oak,
are 'away below retail city houses.
When you want any article of furni
ture whatever come and see us before
Magnificent Nsa Esarss
We have one of the finest und
handsomest hearses ever brought t
the South, and eive special attention
to the direction of funerals. We
carry a large lin of
Castols, Kelalicad Wood Casss
and Coffins. Particular attention
given to embalming.
We invite, a call from everybody.
2E. IB- SZ-E"W
jIu c2z CO.
Fresh Fish at J. W. Gray's.
' Fresh Mackerel at J. W. Gray's.
Fresh Candies at J. W. Gray's.
The all important question:
When is it going to rain?
More new harnesss, saddles, bri
dies, etc,, at W. S. Maddux's.
Buggy whips from 25 cents up, at
W. S. Maddux's.
For Groceries call upon Gray.
Wanted To know when it is
going to rain.
Query : Will the hog law die on
its first reading ?
Smoke the new brand or cigars
at J. W. Gray's.
If you . want a new lap robe
cheap, call on W. S. Maddux.
Oranges, Lemons, and Banannas
at J. W. Gray's.
This is good kind of weather to
keep your house insured.
See the great stock of new cloth
ing at Cunningham & Moffltt's.
D. L. Brown will have fresh fish
on ice today.
Charley Brown spent two or three
days of last week in Nashville.
A big stock of fresh fancy candies
just opened at D. L. Brown's.
Mrs. A. C. Beech went to Nash
ville on a visit to friends Wednesday.
I will have a new lot of millinery
next week, Mrs. R. A. Bridges.
For sale. A good gentle farnl
ly horse, apply at this office.
Mr. A. M. Jones, after a long
spell of sickness, is at his store again
Paul Wallace returned home
from South Pittsburg Wednesday.
-Mr. T. B. Potter of Smithville,
was here a day r two this week,
Capt. J. W. Irwin spent last
Sunday and Monday with his family
Extra sizes of Women's shoes in
all grades can be found at Cunning
ham A Moffitt's
You can find nice hosiery lor
ladies, misses and children at Mrs.
It. A. Bridges'.
Mr. John York, of Rowland,
is here on a visit to Mr. M. L. Mas
sie's family this week.
Dr. W. II. Fleming irtid wife
went to Nashville Wednesday, to at
tend the annual conference.
Grapes at Gray's.
If you want nice underwear for
ladies, misses, and children, call on
Mrs. It. A. Bridges.
Mr. Chas. Itheay, of Manchester,
spent last Sunday with relatives and
A fine line of ladies' underwear,
hosiery, gloves, corsets, neckwear,
etc., at Cunnlghara & Moffltt's
Anytning ana everything you
want in dry goods and notions at
Cunningham & Moffltt's.
Judge W. G. Crowley, of Smith
ville, was on our streets today (Fri
Bud Walling, who is attend
ing school at Terrill College, spent
Sunday with home folks.
Miss Leila Smith, of Rowland, is
visiting the family of her brother,
Mr. Butler Smith, here this week.
Mr, Chas. Black, cashier of the
Bank of Decherd, spent last Sunday
on a visit to his parents at this place.
Mr. N. Shong returned last week
from a visit of two or three months
to his old home in the North.
Attention is called to Thurman's
second fall stock of Dry Goods being
just reeeived. See advertisement.
Mr. Jno. B.. Biles returned
home last Monday from a week's
trip in the South.
A second-hand piano, but little
used, for sale cheap. Apply to Mrs.
Cunningham & Moffltt will sell
you a zinc trunk 36 inches long and
29 Inches deep for f 4;
Mr. J. P. Smartt of Chattanooga,
was on a visit to relatives in this
county during the last week.
Miss Cannon, an interesting
young lady ot Shelbyville, is visiting
here, and is the guest of Miss Lizzie
Postmaster A. ft. Faulkner has i
been in attendance, upon Federal
Court at Nashville this week, return-
ing homo Thursday. ;
Dr. Albert Seitz left on Wedncs- j
d ly list for Cumberland county,!
where he will spend a couple of
; weeks recuperating his health.
Mrs. Parmelia Jones, returned
home last week from a visit of sever
al months to relatives and friends in
Shoes! Just see our stock and get
our prices before you buy. We can
please anybody from baby up to
Cunningham & Mofkitt.
Rev. J. T. Curry left on Tuesday
hint for Nashville, to attend .the an
nual conference, and there will bp no
preaching at the Methodist church
A forest fire a few miles north
west of town Tuesday afternoon mill rFDC'
miwr havo drxatrnvnil rrmsinVrnhln UUlLLIilu)
timber,from the amount of smoke it
Beech & Scales will pay 5 cents
per pound for 200 hens, and 15 cents
each for good frying chickens, de
livered at their store, Wednesday
Chas Colville litis just received
a new BtocK or J. Ii. .Lewis ana
Hamilton-Brown Shoes, which he is
offering very low for cash.
-Dr. J. A. Smith left today (Fri
day,) for Michigan, where be will
visit his parents and friends, for a
month, and will return the latter
part of November.
Mr. J. P. Bostick and wife left
for Nashville Thursday, to attend the
annual conference, after which they
will visit Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Atkin
son at Fulton, Ky.
For Rent. The M. A. Doty
place, on West Main Street. 7 room
dwelling, two large gardens. Barn
and all out buildings, with large pas
ture lot. W. A, Joiinsox, Ag't.
I am selling Shoes, Boots, Gro
ceries, Bibles, Books, Stationery, etc..
at extremely low figures. Come and
get the worth of your money.
A. P. Seitz.
This weather is making fast in
roads on coal supply, and if you are
not well stocked you are likely to
rnn short before the summer front
fills your grate again.
. & ItlYELY & f 0.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IK
-H)F ALL KINDS AND FOR ALL PURPOSES.
Wo carry lnrKe ntncks ofltedstesifls. Prewiiw Cases, Witch Stands, Tablrn, Chairs, etc., in
the lutost designs, und can furnish any article made in our line on short notice.
LUMBER FOR ALL
WE CARRY A HANDSOME LINE
Mlm, debts, Guss,
Rurial Robes f Etc.
3GIYEN t to embalming
AND THE DIRECTION OF
EAST MAIN STREET, McMINNYILLE, TENN.
Mr. L. O. Paty, an old and high- The majority of this year's com
ly respected citizen who lived near crop was planted quite late and
Hanlan, in the southern part of this much of it is not sufficiently matured
county, died on Friday evening of yet to gather. There is danger of
last week, and was buried on batur- some of the crop being destroyed by
were sold from this place to Sparta
last Saturday. McMinnville should
have sent a larger delegation than
this to the big Democratic rally.
gathering it too green.
Probably no wood stove has ever
been made that has stood the test so
well, and given such satisfaction as
the old reliable New Enterprise.
made by the Phillips A ButtorfTMfe.
AJ., oi ixasnviiie. ine nates nr
toward me blue grass region or Aen- heaVy, and the Fire Backs are guar
tucky again last Saturday afternoon, anteed to last five years. This Stov
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-The saloonofArledgeAArledge, Umlle which indicated a particularly flueS areo perfect that the firm has
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vu ot vukvivu vj IilVMnnll L IT! 1). I nnrtA iijA1 ft tKn a
Sam Brustersavs that when the usethe 8are in all of their new
imDlements of war beiyan to flourtoh mae or btoves.
at Sparta last Saturday he took refuge
behind a big sycamore tree, and
managed to keep it between himself
and the beligerents,
Misses Belle and Lula Smartt
left Thursday for Murfrcesboro, where
they will spend a week or two with
-W. C. & B. F. Vmack would
again remind their friends that their
terms are stictly cash, or 30-day set
tlements. Our carpenters are all busy. Mc
Minnville never booms, but it keeps
growing and improving from center
to circumference all the time.
Ladies, if you want made hats
bring your order the fir.t of the !
week, and oblige yourselves and j
Mrs. W. A. Bridges.
thieves on Thursday night, and
robbed of a large quantity of "bog
D. O. Jenkins is wholesale agent
for Holloman & Son's fine manufac
tured tobaccos, and will supply mer
chants at factory prices.
Remember you can always find
the best and choicest family groceries
at D. O. Jenkins. He sells for cash
and makes his customers the very
A big shipment of James Mean's
Shoes just received at Cunningham
& Moffltt's. The best shoe in the
world for $3. '
The boarding pupils of C. F. Col
lege spent last Friday on Ben Lo'
mond, and a number of pupils of the
City School went up on Saturday.
Mr. II. B. Robinson, of Rich
mond, Ind., father of Mr. F. B. Rob
inson, was here Thursday, and visit
ed Ben Lomond and other points of
interest around town.
Mrs. T. A. Snow, who had been
visiting the family of her brother,
Dr. W. II. Fleming, for several
weeks, left Wednesday for Manches
Morford & Biles have received a
chest of very fine Basket Fired, un
colored Japan Tea. Lover good tea
tea should give this a trial.
Mr. D. C. Sanders and wife, of
Carthage, Tenn., spent a few days
among the families of their several
children here, leaving for their home
last Monday morning.
A card from Mr. L. It. and Mr.-
C. Bond, requests us to sav to their
friends in this county that their post
office address bus been changed from
Plainsburg, Cal., to Farmingtou, Ca
Miss Mattie Hereford, of New
Market, Ala., arrived last Saturday,
; and entered the boarding department
i of C. F. College. Several other board-
ing pupils are expected nex week.
Sthayed. From the premises
of O. M. Smartt, on Hickory Creek,
near L.awson'8 Mill, on the 12th or
I3th of October, one yellow-gray, or
sorrel, mule colt. Any information
will be thankfully received by G. M.
The council of prohibition work
ers held in Nashville Wednesday ap
pointed three organizers for each
Congressional District. Mr. R. Pat
terson of this place, is one of the ap
pointees for the Third District.
Wanted a young, girl from
the country (white or colored) to
work for wages, or work for her
board and go to school. Address or
see Mrs. W. J. Jolly, McMinnville.
Two counterflt money operators
were captured in New York last Sun
day, together with a lot of circulars,
a long list of names, and about six
thousand letters and telegrams
from their victims. These are
doubtless the same crooks who have
been sending circulars into WTarren
county, and any persons here who
may have answered these epistles
may be called upon by Government
officials to explnin something about
Tullahoma Guardian: Mr Miclnel
Hoover, an old and prominent fann
er of the Dili District, died at his
home neur Viola on Saturday morn
ing, Oct. LMth, and whs buried at !
Wesley Chapel on Sunday about
noon. Revs. Mayberry and Comer
conducted the funeral services. Mr.
Hoover was a member of the M. F.
Church, South, and was about W
years of age
Two young tougli9, strangers
here, got into a drunken row in
McGee's saloon Wednesday night,
when one of them came near brain
ing the other with a billiard cue.
They were arrested by Marshal Max
well and locked up for the night.
Their fines and costs the next morn
ing amounted to about $15.00, which
they secured by turning over to the
Marshal 67 filled or plaited gold
rings. They took their departure
immediately after the trial. It could
not be learned what their real names
were, or where they were from.
They were apparently about 19 or 20
LISTEN ! LISTEN! ! LISTEN! ! !
I wore a pair of Thurman's Bay
State Boots three years.
1 must settle up my business at
once, and all accounts remaining un
paid Nov. 15th, will be placed In the
hands of officers for collection.
W. II. York.
The Warren county Farmers' In
stitute will meet at the courthouse in
McMinnville tit 10 o'clock Monday
morning, Nov. 2d. Every farmer in
the county has a special invitation
to be present. Matters of practical
interest to fanners will be discussed.
The buildings on two sides of the
public square at Franklin were des
troyed by firo Thursday morning.
The olfice of the Review and Appeal,
opera house, town hall and market
j house, several lawyers' offices, stons
I and residences were burned.