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A NEAVSPAPER OF TO-DAY; PUItE INTONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, NOV- 7, 1891.
B. HARWELL & CO.,
MC MINNVILLE, TENN.,
Is now being shown the largest and
handsomest Btock of Furniture ever
brought to this seotion. We can
furnish any room from kitchen to
parlor, ami but kind t horne t 11
cottage to mansion.
We have beautiful bed room suits
in Walnut, Ash, Maple, and Kith
Century Antique Oak,
are away below retail city houses.
When you want any article of furni
ture whatever come and see us before
M..a-a&SWBLL 2 CO.
Onions at Woodlee'e.
. Don't forget Gross' bargains.
Canned tomatoes at Woodlee's.
Men's Hats at cost at Gross'.
The best coffee in this market at
Beech & Scales'.
For barrel pickles or sauv kraut
call on A. II. Woodlee.
A.M. Jenes is filling his store
with new goods this week.
For sale. A good gentle fami
ly horse, applyat this office.
Cocoanuta, Oranges, Bananas and
lots of sweet things ai A.M. Jones'.
Capt. W. A. Rutherford left one
day this week for Kentucky.
Headquarters for cigars and to
baccoBeech & Scales.
A big lot of Fancy Candies cheap
at A. M. Jones'. All new and fresh.
Mrs. A. II. Gross has a new line
of Ladies' Hats this week.
Red and yellow Dan vers Onions
at A. M. Jones'.
F. M. Smith, Esq., was in Nash
ville a day or two this week.
Col. John II. French has been
I.ere several days this week.
Rev. P. A. Pearson, Is at home
on a visit to his family this week.
Mrs. R. Crowder went up to
Sparta on a visit this (Friday) morn
Prof. Menter Terrill of Decherd,
spent Sunday last visiting friends
A second-hand piano, but little
uaed, for sale cheap. Apply to Mrs,
inc latest arrivals ot groceries
aud confections will be found at
1 leech & Scales'.
Mrs. iranK spuriock arrived
miirsaay irom cnattanooga, on a
visit to her parents.
ror choice groceries, provisions
and table supplies of all kinds, call
r.u Beech & Scalps.
The very latest styles in Ladies'
jir.d Misses' Hats just received at
. Mrs. A. II. Groas'.
A. II. Gross is offering extra bar
otitis in Dress Goods, Boots and
shoes for the next 20 days.
Boech & Scales are now selling
the best nickel cigar in America.
(. all for Puritanas.
Kagaifail Nil to
We have one of the finest mid
handsomest hearses ever brought t
the South, and give special attention
to the direction of funerals. We
carry a large lin of
Caskets, italic and Wocd Cases
and Coffins. Particular attention
given to embalming.
We Invite a call from everybody.
Miss Lelia Huggins of Murfrees
boro, is visiting Dr. J. M. Burger's
family here this week.
Bananas, lemons, oranges, cocoa
nuts, apricots, currents, raisins, etc.,
jnst received at A. II. Woodlee'i.
-The "Queen of McMinnville" is
said to be the best cigar in town.
Manufactured expressly for A. II.
Messrs. J. C. Biles, W. C. Woin-
nck, T. C. Lind and Frank Colville
have all been in Nashville on busi
ness this week.
Mr. Ii. B. Mosely, a commercial
tourist of Chattanooga, combined
business and pleasure on a trip here
We carry the largest ancf the
best stock of shoes for the money ever
known or ever shown in the history
of the boot and shoe trade.
Cunningham & Mofeitt.
Mrs. J. T. Kelton returned home
Thursday from a visit of several
weeks to the family of her son, Mr.
Thos. Bostick,'at St. Elmo, a suburb
-Mr. J. W. Doss arrived from
Nashville Thursday, with his three
sisters, Misses Nellie,SalIie and Hat
tie.whom he has placed jn school at
C. F. College.
We sell the best kid shoe for the
money ever made. It is as perfect in
fit and finish as any shoe ever made.
Try a pair.
Cunningham & Moffitt.
AH parties due us on old notes
and accounts for 1890 are notified to
come forward and settle at ' once, as
we must close up last year's business.
Morford & Biles.
Beech ,& Scales are .now busy
opening up a large new stock of
fresh staple and fancy groceries, con
fections, etc. Call on them when you
want goods in this line.
The authorities here are keeping
a sharp lookout for stray convicts,
and suspicious characters will be re
quired to give an account of them
selves or move on.
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. Johnson, Ag't.
A. II. Gross has a beautiful line
of Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps which
are being sold very cheap, also Fur
Capes and Muffs at very low prices
J Subsccihe for the Standard, $1.'
Misses Sallie and Bonnie Hamil
ton returned home ' last Tuesday
from Nashville, where they have
been attending school at St. Cecilia.
Rev. J. T. Curry and Dr. W. II.
Fleming and wife returned homo
from Conference Wednesday. Dr.
J. P. Bostick and wife returned on
Mr. Geo. W. Lewis and family
came through in a carriage from
Carthage to this place last Sunday,
and have spent the week with rela
tives here. They will return to Car
A. II. Woodlee has just received
this week a full supply of granulated
and clarified sugars, "Seed Tick'
Coffee, etc., and Invites those wish
ing such groceries to call on him.
Sparta Expositor : The barn of
John Poore, who lives in Hickory
Valley, was burned last Saturday
night about dark, together with 1500
binds of fodder and 100 bushels of
corn. Mr. Poore ahd family were
not at home at the time and they are
unable to account for the fire.
Mr. John S. Wood will leave in
a day or two for Birmingham, la.,
where he hns secured a business situ
ation. John is full of energy and
industry, and will make himself use
ful wherever he goes. We wish him
success and happiness in his new ven
ture. The barn of Mr. P. II. Ashbum,
living near Viola, was burned be
tween!2and 1 o'clock last Sunday
morning. Three head of horses, a
large lot of farming implements and
some corn were burned. The fire is i
thought to have been of incendiary
Mr. Will Elkins has been in
stalled as clerk behind the counters
of J. C. M. Ross & Son, and will be
glad to have all of his friends pay
him frequent calls there. Will is
popular with all classes, and will
make the popular house of Ross&
Son a valuable man.
You will lose money in going off
to the cities to buy harness. W. S.
Maddux will sell you any kind of a
set of harness you want from 10 to 20
per cent cheaper than you can buy
the same goods in Nashville or
Louisville. See his new stock just
received this week.
A young lady of McMinnville
went to the train the other day .to
meet a sister returning home from a
trip, but became so "rattled" over
another arrival, that she forgot to
greet and kiss her sister until some
time after they had taken seats in
the 'bus. Strange how little things
will affect folks sometimes.
Mr. Frank Colville has purchas
ed the home place of Mr. Wni.
White, on Summer Street. This,
taken in connection with Frank's
recent pilgrimages to Kentucky,
leads his many friends to believe
that he seriously contemplates aban
doning the state or celibacy at an
Dr. G. R. Crain has moved into
the elegant new offices fitted up for
him on the second floor of Mr. II. L.
Walling's building, southeast corner
of Main and Spring Streets. He cer
tainly has the handsomest suite of
dental rooms to be found in this part
of the State, and will make his pa
Irons just as comfortable as it is pos
sible to do.
For all kinds of Heating aud
Cooking Stoves, and Ranges, see that
you get one of the Phillips & Buttorff
Mfe. Co's make. This is one of the
largest concerns in the United States
use nothing but the best material in
their goods, are up to the latest im
provements and desirable features
and when the facts are considered
that all repairs can be had from them
in such a short time, your patronage
should be unquestionably given
them, while at the same time you
are fostering home industry.
The action of the Methodist Con
ference in returning Mr. Curry to the
McMinnville church for another
vear is very gratifying not only to
the members of the particular con
trrecation which he serves, but to
every one in McMinnville acquaint
ed with Mr. Curry and his estimable
wife. During their three years resi
dence here they have endeared them
selves to the whole community, and
the progress of the church here undo:
Mr. Currv s ministrations w a monu
ment to hi earnest, zealous devotion
to the Master's cairse.
. I llVELY k 0.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN
OF ALL KINDS AND
We carry lunrcNtorkMof Bedstpnils, Dressing
the latest designs, and can furnish any
SASH, DOORS, .
LUMBER FOR ALL
EAST MAIN STREET,
J. D. Tate & Co., have just burned
another kiln of lime, and can supply
all demands after this week.
Down They Go.
A. II. Gross is offering bargains for
the next three weeks in Dry Goods,
Shoes and Boots. Stop in and see
lookout for Bargalni.
I have a big stock of Hoi iday Goods
which must be opened up by Dec. 1st,
and in order to make room for them
will sell all Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes at extra low prices.
The last Legislature changed the
time of holding the fall term of the
Warren County Chancery Court from
the fourth Monday in November to
the third Monday of same month.
Parties interested will therefore take
notice that our next Chancery Court
will begin on the third Monday in
this month, it being the 16th day of
Messrs Eastwood & Carson; pro
prietors of the McMinnville Foundry
and Machine Works, have added to
their buisiness a line of hard wood
mantles, ornamental tile hearths,
fancy grates, trimmings, etc. They
will carry a large assortment of these
goods in stock, and sell them at
prices far below Nashville and other
A Failure in rollttcs.
The following letter from Kansas,
the rankest hotbed of Allianceism in
the country, is quite encouraging
Kawkeh City, Kans., Oct 28
editor standard: Find en
closed one dollar for paper another
year. I like your way of dealing
with the Alliance. Asa farmer
party it might have done good, but
as a political party I fear it wi
be a failure.
Another revolution has broken out
in Brazil, and a dictatorship estab
lished in that country. Martial law
ha been declared at Rio Janeiro, te
capital, and throughout the prov
FOR ALL PURPOSES.-
Ciinch, WuhIi Stands, Tubk-s, Chairs He
nrtielc made, in our line on short notice.
WE CARRY A HANDSOME LINE
Coffins, Carets, Cases,
Burial Robes, Etc.
HGIYEN ! TO t EMBALMING
AND THE DIRECTION OF -
McMINN VILLE, TENN
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at McMinnville,
for the weekending Nov. G, which will he
orwarded to the Dead Letter Office if not
tailed for in 30davs.
Bowman. Henry I Ousley, Elijah
Bryant, Mrs. Maggie Thompson. Mrs. E 1.
'lark, Absalom Van vip. n
Jackson, R. L. Wommnek. Ren '
Nance, Je mes
By order of the P. O. Deportment. One
Cent must be collected on all advertised let
ters. Parties calling for any of these letter
will please say "Advertised!"
A. II. Faulkser, P. M.
At the Churchet Tomorrow. h
CHURCH OF CHRIHT.
Usual services at 10:30 a. m., and
fi:.'i0 p. m., conducted by Elder O. M. '
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN '
Preaching as usual at ll a. m., and
15 p. m., by the pastor, Dr. G. T.
Preaching as usual at 11 a. m., and
6:15 p.m., by the pastor, Dr. A. D.
Phillips. Subject of night lecture:
'The Life arfd Character of Isaac."
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 0:1.".
p. m., by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Cur
ry. All the members of the church
are specially requested to be present
at the morning service.
Preaching at 11 a. m., and G:l
p. m., by the pastor, Rev. J. D. Mur
ray. Subject of morning sermon :
"Jabez and his Prayer." Subject of
night sermon : "The Present Imper
fections and Future Purification of
A Profitable Crop.
Mr. Dayton Tyler, two miles from
this place, is much encouraged with
his experiment in tobacco raising
this year. His ten acres ot
tobacco produced about 10,000
pounds, all of which ho got safelv
housed without a frost, and about
2,000 pounds of it will bring him
forty-rive cents per pound, while the
balance will average him ten cents
per pound. This shows that tobacco
can be profitable raised on the high
A cage containing 10 men fell
through a shaft a distance of "00 feet
at the Anaconda mine in Montana.
Wednesday morning. All of tw
men were killed.