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The Safest is the Best and Cheapest ! THE HARTFORD Life and Annuity Insurance Company Does business on the plan of the KNIGHTS OF HONOR, and after six years you get A PAID UP POLICY. No budges to atteud. A Salcty fund is deposited in a Hopiimte Security Compmiy, N'haitvred hv the Legislature of Conn oticut, to Bet-urn all policy holders against con tin- An mithim'v iniM Imm ii NtiilliNlic-u in AicMimmiie uniler the management ol I'i'dim'Iihkit, gent. All parties desiring information concerning the plan I. : ) t c ei;in, . 1 1 v vie relcrreil to (lie H'llott mi! policv noliltrs: it !,m. V L. .1,11,11. Hd J. Wood, lie.. M. It. I . W i in;..' 'IMl ... d !-..- V li. II. Faulk. L. .1 . ii.'ii, I'M J. Wood, lie.. M. It. P.-Wiit, F M Smith, S F Penne t; i.f ucMiinivillc, mid lr Jesse Hill itml WTSwann, of Ve'villa. .... i- -a! . nod docs nut requite u-M's-inenls till lliev lire needed to t--iv I iii"i. alier U years, jmys all assessments anil your policy in S. Y. reimebaker Agent. Nashville this week. We don't mean he went o courting he does that here. We are pleased to learn that Mrs. McMinnville, Tcnn., Dec. 3, 1881. The usual services at all the churches CoL VVood U "covering from a spell ot sickness. to-morrow. A bright Cull and see. frout at Brewer & N.'s. i i it. nine. I niwirn P s rf) - hi r vi g o k H - S1 X - 1 3 P, o rn - O e U -i . a 3 5 .2 o of s -g a , j e adl? S S f! 2 C3 1 o CO tj H s2 o - .2 n i - M. i : i ? I a 3 :j 3 '- q : 1 H s h Si :::: ; zjZZ llsQ U ; u w 5 o u L l"i R eg a. o.g ubble & Seitz, You can find the very thing you want at Brown's in the way of rice fluur, oatmeal and breakfast hominy. The very thing so long called for in Mm: !t. .i - c. l.v -i:..l. 1 1. luciuiuimiie, me nuusiJDiigiio" uiuuk- iust and Gun Pow der twitB in the market at H. 11. Faulkner & Co's. T. J. R. Swafford, ot Sparta, wan in town Wednesday. Go to Bniwu's fur fi wdi cuniu'd corn, deans and peas. Go to Thurtuuu's for Keing machines. Try Brown's new fresh crackers and An oyster supper by the Knights of tneu do ttS yur inclination leads you. Honor Dec. yth. Rawft vn.ir hpnlth hv .rninir to Huh, - j - "j t a New barbershop opened at the ble. and Seitz'e and buying an elegant It e view of the Week. Well, here we all are again after another Beven days. The History Cluss comes up in broken phahiuxes with their answers. Some put in Mountain City Hotel. Wm. White goes to Nashville to-day for Christmas stock. pair of their winter boots or shoos be fore you take a big cold by holding on too long to your old ones. See all the Christmas goods notices and look out for more next week. Our corporate authorities are doing a big business graveling streets, and at the right time. But it is the opinion Miss Potter, of Smith ville, is visit- of many that there is too much sand ing the family of W. il. Maguess. in the gtavel to make a durable job. Rev. M. B DeWitt is expected Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- t,o return and fill his pulpit to-morrow, pound has done thousands of women more good than the medicines of many Fresh oranges and lemons at Brewer & Northcut's. doctors. It is a positive cure for all female complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Piukham. Mrs. Livingston has received a beau tiful stock of Christmas troods and is Go to L. C. Turpiu's for your mar- them so fast that Bhe ha(lut 111 . . I ----- we ana monumental work. t:nio t(l va no i;u. (lf v muiw W 1 y uij m J'uw v a tnvui a VU Try Thurber's Best Baker's Powders, had better go down and see them. See whut references A. M. Cavsthon gives for his stoves and then see the stoves. to be found in your rounds at the nov elty store of D. L. Brown's. Mrs Mary Lewis' mother, Mrs. Ilalbcrt, is on a visit at the residence of Mhj. E. II. Lewis. Still they come and still they go- those excellent stoves at A. M. (Jaw- thou's. Next week she will tell about them. vi,.t:-.' m.i.i;, rdwaro, Iron, Steel, ! I. SSX A It V. and (JUEENS W ARE. ' ! ' u inn-.', Mini till kinds of nu'chuuics tools, i. 1 -In. . inn! Lt'iitluT. and Children. .7 A acin i' , . ;,t iii tli"ir x.Mfi"n, iiicludiiiij the celebrated Chilled Plow, in ost Verfe"ihj Balanced, and is tin Jit. si iurniwH Plow made (:..:) 5 s -ill- -TOI'K OK- SNUFFS nd CIGARS :ii-jrt; and ' aried Go to Brown's for large fresh oranges the fiuest in the market. As, regular as the days of the week, the delivery wagon of W. S. Maddux & Co. makes its rounds with fresh meats, the best in the market roast, steak, pork, sausage, and a soup-bone Jno. Greeu, of this couuty, who was arrested some time ago in Coflee county on the charge ot mule stealing, had his preliminary trial here last Monday I and discharged on the grounds of in- Mr. S. L. Cook, of Manchester, sanity. t'llthur lit ol.Wflo Rll.i.i MaiJo " oo I in our town this week. Keep your family well supplied with "bellers Cough Syrup. Use it in time; you will avert bronchial and pul monary affections. Price 25 cuts. The Presbyterian supper at the ball room Friday evening promised fair as we went to press. "A lady had the flesh eaten off her arm bv scrofula. Could see the sinews Do you know what it is to suffer with piles? If you do, you know what is one of the worst torments of the human frame. The most perfect cure ever known is Kidney-Wort. It cures constipation, and then its tonic action restores health to the diseased bowels and prevents recurrence of dis ease, lue dry ana tne liquid are both sold by druggists. Well, it seems as if we will lose that potato of Col. Myers' after all. He working, '.biudseys lilood bearcber reminds us of those fellows at Win- cured her." J. Ralston, Elderton, Pa. Chester, last Monday, who were very anxious to compromise, but it must be Call and examine our Goods and (Jet prices for 'you wires and yon will find the place to get i y (Jinx's Hood Uoorts and Cheap (Joods is at llul lo Ac Noitac's. Tlu Great Trial! In now Koinjr on in this and adjoin ing coiiniit s and f'n-t being decided in tit vnr of the Gold Medal AND Kentucky Belle COOK STOVES, VP rf KI-.1T UN II A SI) BY ( A i I'iirttjr. Hp ii" -n : ah- (00 THON, -i hir-e lot of Stoves mm! Tinware. What has become of our artesian well enterprise ? Let that composite committee of citizens aud officials rise and explain. Loss of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, premature old age, to rival him promptly cured by Brown's Iron Bit tors. It restores lost functions aud strengthens the weakened parts. entirely on their platform. That's ex actly what he proposes to us, but his platform is too far from us it is at one extreme. Mr. Burroughs stands in the field the victor, and none dare BujH Them bj the Gross. Mr. II. B. Waltz, of New London, Ohio, has come to spend a few mouths in this climate as the guest of Mr. M. W. Carter, on the Smithville road. Try Brown's potted ham, potted turkey and potted chicken, nothing like it for dinner or lunch. Crit Hughes aud Sam Bybee killed a fine deer near Geo. By bee's, a short distance from town, Tuesday evening. Crit says there was no wild cats in the hunt. i ,M l I' lib it !-. !( -,ir it'si i 1 1 1 1 1 y In their exrellenee ". W Met flirty, (leo I' Comer, r. ,r l!-'.w i ami Mr- A Turner fl-rnccry die of On of the Host Vr.hr.Hs F; rirs:n Wr.rren Our energetic young friend, John S. Burroughs, left Tuesday for the East ern cities in the interest of the Spoke and Handle Factory of Burroughs & Co. The vanguard of Christinas goods has arrived at Brewer & Northcut's. Now 's your limn to get presents to send oft Next eek they will arrive in lull Hioek an ! great abundance. Gen. will G. G Dibrell left Wednesday ... . ... i .iiington to ne present at me if ('"t'ciew Monday. II . . s i.i.-. I'M iii pi nee- Diiin II bis ilui . l (i. .1 Ml. I, u It tiu'lii; Ba&Uton. Lo:kt k C; rkVs Cystsm PUT ! ':'iri!. -i; in ..-i i i. -.i....k-li Inn. iV .; Mini-" to sin ml hi'vimi on ijibt y-a ni--r- iy mi-iiic ti petner .o mum iiii-. riiin. I.ati '. Im.-V h niii-ht bp IfHrue-l othi r wi.-. i :i M ilibliKlittullv.il- oncyiiir Mn- Ivtcrlhoar ClaEdce. .TIN V-. -. (.. ' ' llv.i. JllVf ll, -'...I i.l . I V I "i i.il.- hulf I ur';ey oi-oli f - (iiikkk U.-m.-r' !::..!. tb.-,.. i "'. J"li' ' 'I X. i rlionV AiihIih in, I roynl I'.'imo Turkry, em-h To h.' 'ol' il -.-h-t-l '' "!il l- V '.,.!' . i' li'i mum- Wlr. I,, ii iii cr, i- f ilie Cliiiiu-erv ( o-i,t iii Vi : i . ii 'lb , Ti-Mii'ssec. rendered i I lie I'bovc sl!tl' -nne, 1 ill sell at the i-iiiuii, i,ii-i iloni' in MeMiiinville, Tenn., on Monday, the 5th day I December, 1881, the valuable farm known a the McLean nlitee, ivinit iii aireo ronnly on the Par-I- '- Turk rivrr, iilioul 3 mi'es southwest of M i . 1 1 v Me. i-iinliiieing about IMHl acres v ' i . .i! d.t elliiif! 'mill out houses, barn, - mi!, o i i , id limiiiiled by the lands l - i as;,- -iiiii Sniarll ln-irs, ami the barren !c rivi r r.'iin-of Sal.- One and two years credit o iib i.oti s mid iiiproved security, except js-.'iiii nil , ti. A dat of the land can be i .in .i nit.ps. c ik m. bub -.'. i- 'ft yIui,bl- iniii:-B,ii-i. - i.p-u :i"i-, aud any 6jok pent by mail, pontage Jaid, mi reewpt of the advertised price. Masonic meeting Monday night. All w ho have not rehponded to the sum mons to the stated meeting in Septem ber last are requested to be present and respond. Also the annual election will take place. Look here! vou who took John Duncan's shawl, marked "J. D, please return it. He don't propose to swap without being cot. suited. He now lia an idea who tins his saw a tii in with it. Bring it back to Houchin & Biles' livery .stable aud all will be right ; otherwise he will raise a row. Messrs. Thrower aud Jones, of Woodbury, were in town last Saturday and represent the oil Ixiring m pro gressing at a depth of 150 feet then, Steuben ville, 0., May 25, '81 Please send me at once one gross of your most excellent medicinal tonic, Browne Iron Jiitters. I have used them in ray practice for indigestion, spepsia, sour stomach, heartburn, nausea, vlrtigo, etc., and have met with great success m effecting cures. I find they give perfct tone and real strength to every part of the body, and in cases ot Kidney diseases and con sumption they quickly stop all decay. K. B. Alexander, M. D., aud druggist. Horses and males. Fewer horses and mules have been brought into the Union Stock Yard at Nashville during this, than any No vember for years. There is a large demand for stock and prices are high The New York market is reported as uncommonly short. Buvers are scour ing the country. ( apNhaw'H Jewelry More. L. F. Capshaw will sell clocks, watchei, jew elry, or silverware as cheap an you can buy the same quality of goods in Nashville or Louisville. Every anicln warranted an represented. Plain gi hi ring- tnmle to order. , 3t2. Utile MM ml Maude. This musical prodigy, Little Blind Maude, daughter of Mr. S. L. Cook, of Manchester, will give one of her inimitable musical concerts at the C. P. Church next Thursday night, 8th iust., free to all. She is six years old and weighs only 33 pounds. She plays alone by ear. She is worthy and will g ve satisfaction. Manic School. Mrs. Flora V. Chapman having fit ted up a nice, comfortable music room at her residence, corner of North and High streets, McMinnville, and pur chased an elegant new piano, is now prepared to receive students in music at any time and give them thorough instruction at $3 per month. Thank ing her patrons and the public for their patronage and support in the past, Bhe special pleas, others general demurcrs The Senior Class of ' C. F. College plead that the printer made them say "Phillip Freman" when they intended "Frenenu," and the printer puts in the rejoinder that nothing else could be made out of what was written but Freman, and the Central Committee decide the case on its merits, that in distinctness of penmanship is the cause of the trouble. The merchants complain that they have to go m trout to meet that dreaded enemy, the tax collec tor, and ought therefore to have preference in speaking to our readers and it looks a little like they have it, from a glance at our advertising col umns! At any rates, we decide, in view of our proximity to Christmas, that they have the floor for a short time, after which we will call them down. The politicians have fired their last gun and retired to winter quarters nothing squelches them so effectually as Christmas and cold weather "the people" actually refuse to be bored during either by office seekers. The young folks will have Christmas, and the old folks don't care if they do ! Commercial circles are becoming lively, especially in provisions; pork, spare-ribs and sausage are in the lead, ranging at 6 to 7c, whilst good beef stubbornly refuses to yield the market at 5 cents for hind quarters. Apples and potatoes have bounced to Christ mas prices, rauging from $1 to $1.50 per bushel. Eggs, too, like the poli ticians, are driven to extremities by cold weather, aiid are now 20 cents. Bacon has retired before the tide of pork and fresh meats, (the latter made flush by Crit Hughes & Co's. deer hunt) and will await the spring trade. As to the price of other things, such as goods and groceries, we refer you to quite a number of men in different parts of town who are paid to tell you exactly the current figures on them. Be Sensible. You have allowed your bowels to become habitually costive, your liver has become torpid, the same thing ails your kidneys, aud you are just used up. Now be sensible and get a package of Kidney-Wort, take it faithfully and soon you will forget you've got any such organs, for vou will be a well man. Albany Argw. Death. Died, at his residence, four . miles out on the Smithville road, Nov. 30, 1881, Mr. Chas. C. Davie, of flux. The deceased was a member of the Christian church and his funeral was conducted by Elder H. L. Walling at that church in town Thursday after noon. He was also a member of the Masonic order, and was buried by Warren Lodge according to the usages of that venerable institution. Mulch Carefully lour Health. Are vour hands and feet cold? Docs your pulse beat irregular? Does your heart quickly palpitate at the least ex ertion, worriment or nervous excite ment? Does your face often flush from a rush of blood to the head ? Are you troubled with dyspepsia, iudigestiou or some urinary disorder 7 beware ! Death may at any time suddenly en sue from apoplexy. Do not delay. 1 our system needs some true medici nal tonic. Nothing is so good as Brown's Iren Bitters, This excellent remedy will assist nature in quickly re gaining her lost hold on healtu and life. It strengthens every part of the sys tem, aud restores the ditlerent organs of life to their normal condition. In diseases of an exhaustive nature, hav ing a tendency to weaken both" mind and body, it invriiiibly acts like a charm. Journal. Boots and Shoes! Col. Clement had the misfortune to lose by fire one of his tenant houses on his farm in the country last week, sup posed to be the work of an iucendiary. Shoo findiiijjs of nearly every de scription can be found at Hubble & Scitz's. Prices low and no one grumbles. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic always cures dyspepsia. Ladies, your attention ! Womack & Colville's is the place to go to get cloaks, dollmans, dress goods and no tions. Solo leather, oak and hemlock Freuch calt skii)3, toppings, and linings shoe nails, etc., etc., wholesale aud rc tail at Hubble it Seitz's. HAVING removed to No. 3 WEST MAIN street, Mi-Minuville for convenient and more commodious quarters, I am now pre pared to make shoes and boot to order out of the best stock and on most favorable terms. I make fnsliionuble boots a specialty ami invite u comparison of my work and prices wan any in tins market. KEPAIK1NG done to order with neatness and dispatch. Call and examine my work and decide for yourselves. 9 22 flm John Ferrcll. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT IIEN'UY liAUM, after an eventful period of 2(1 years, spent on Maiu street McMinnville, Tenn., in trying to relieva from the winter's frost aud summer's heat, and keep the people shod with a preparation of leather suitable to the season, may still be found at the same place aud engaged daily, in the same Immune mission, better prepared to carry it out by experience and with material to make boots and shoes than ever before on liberal terms for cash. Let. all remember to call, and that cash niakea prices low. oct ltf Take that Buckeye Out of Your Poeketl Now th at the medical properties o the buckeye are clearly established, and .utilized for the cure of Piles, why not make a direct application of its healing virtues in the form of Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment and be cured ? This preparation is made from the alka loid of the buckeye, or horse chestnut, and, combined with other ingredients, is offered to the public as a cure for nothing else but Piles. Price 50 cents a bottle. For sale by J. B. Kitchey. White's cream white Vermifuge is the best worm killer. No Idle urlonllj, Either Advertising is the art of exciting curiosity, and L. F. Jeautnaiie's Jew elry Store is the place to gratify it in the latest assortment of jewelry, tasty styles and designs, watches, stem aud key winders, gold pens, penholders, spectacles, eye-glasses, pebbles and com mon, bridal and Christmas presents in silverware direct from the manufactory. Great Bargains. I am offering great bargains in shoes and boots, and now is your time to get em. I propose to sell as low as any one ip town, if not lower. Call and see. J. R. Smith. " BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep sia, indigestion aud heartburn. For sale by J. B. Kitchey, dre'ist. llusliicfcs Mutter. All subscribers are requested to ex amine the date and mark following their names on this paper. The date shows the time to which your subscrip tion is paid. The red cross is a re minder that, 1. Your time is out and you are re quested to renew. 2. You are in arrears and requested to pay up. 3. The paper will be continued til arrearages are paid and ordered discon turned. 4. The subscription of the copy yon have ordered to a friend elsewhere has expired and you are requested to re new and prepay it. 5. Everything that enters into the make up of the paper is paid in ad vauce, and consequently we cannot al lord to lurnisn it tor. one dollar ou a credit. In short, the date shows your credit and the red cross means money in ad vanco. Nellie l'i. Those indebted to this office for job work will please call and s Htle their bills. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is sold by all druggists. . I I . ,i. til i- and an average if ten feel per day which, at this date, wt.uld he nlx.ut i earnestly solicits a coutinuance of the 2'MM-ti d-nvti. They expect to go ' same. Twelve lessons a month. Mill . rj'0 ie,-t - 7 .'lsAVVr...,'.'.- o . There is a geueral touch up this wetk at Brown's. c General stoi k of hardware, queens ware, cutlery, plows, and implements at Womack & Colville's. EMPLOYMENT TO SELL A HOUSEHOLD . ARTICLE, rpiIE poor as well as the rich, the old ai X well as the young, the wife as well ai the husband, the young maiden aa well at the young man, the gill as well as the boy, may just as well earn a few dollars In honest employment as to sit around the house and wan ior otners to earn ii inr ineni. we can give you employment all the time, or during your spare hours only ; traveling, or in yotr own neighborhood, among your friends ail acquaintances. If you do not care for em ployment we can impart valuable infornit tion to yon free of cost. It will cost yot only one cent for a postal card to write fr our prospectus, and it may be the means tf making you a good man y dollars. J)o not neglect tins opportunity. You do not have to invest a larue sum of mone , and run the risk of losing it You will reuihly see that it will be an easy matter U make from $10 to $100 a week, and estahluk a lucrative and independent business, hot- orable, straightforward and profitable. It- tend to tins matter JUH, tor there it MONEY IN IT for all who engage with m. e win surprise you and you will wonritr why yon never wrote to us before. Wl SE.NO FI LL FAKTKTI.A FREK. Address 1UTKEYE M'F'G CO. Name this paper Marion OHIO. 9 1M tim PRESERVE YOUR Ho Further Excuse for GRAY IIAIIt with those who prefer its being the foraer color. F. W. Grcenhiilgc's (Nashville, Tenn.) KESTORER does not gum the hair; will not stain the skin: dispenses with the necessity for chaoi pooing by keeping t he hair and scalp nice and clean, which will save you more money than the ltestorative wi1! cost yon ; speedily restores gray hair to its former color; eleaiif the head of u 11 dandruir, itching, humor, etc.; iironiotcs growth of the hair, prevents its falling oil', and renders it soft, glossy aud beautiful. Hold ut the reasonable price of 50c A BOTTLE. The bottles hold ns much as the dollar bot tles of other kinds, and the quality it guaranteed equal to any in use, as nothing hut strictly first-class articlei-Jciiter its com position. Give it a trial, anil if it fails I satisfy you, be sure to return it and getyotr money. sep24mo yJTO'Sold by all Dniggists.Jtf GOIfiG WEST ! Your Atfeutioul Christmas goods and notions just rc ceived ai R. S. Potter & Co.'s, East Main street, who also have a fresh stock of sugars, coffees, groceries and queensware, tableware, and a general stock in their line. Fresh vegetables and fruits kept at all times. Call and get your Christmas goods and presents before picked over. 3t3 The Deer limit. McMinnville, Nov. 20th. Editor Standard: Our hunting par ty, composed of Sam Black, George Seals, Erick Holland, Bill Wilson, W. C. Nichols, Crit Hughes and General Barnes, returned last Saturday all safe and sound except Crit, who was slightly wounded in a wild cat fight. Some think he was more scared than hurt. George Seals can tell the rest. We killed five deers, four turkeys, four squirrels, one fox, one wild cat and one rabbit. We hunted on Bee Creek, Cumberland county, and Fall Creek, Van Buren county. There is plenty of deer on the mountain, but very wild. Will the Shell's Ford crowd tell who caught Bill Miller's old bell doe ? He says it was some party from near McMinnville. Bill Nichols was our doctor, and could tell three days before we were taken that we would he very sick. Wild Cat Rf.i'outek. BXS. LYDIA E. PIIKHAM, OF LYRH, KISS., Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures hilliom fever. ' LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is a Poltlvp Cnra for all (limtr Painful Complaint, anil Wnlrnnm ftacaaiiuon loourbcat fvatalc population. It will pure entirely Hie worst form of Ftmtlorom pUlnt. all aTarlon trouble, Inflammation and Ulcera tion, Falling and IHirlaremrntt, and tha conanjucnt Spinal Wealcnpa, and la particularly adapted to tha Change of Life. It will dlnolre and ripel tumor f mm the utenu In an early stage of dorolnprnont The tendency to can or rom humors there Ii -h--krd reryupciedlly l,y Ite ne. Xt remoTea faintnesa, flatulency, deetroyaaU craylng for stiimilanta, and n-lievea weakneaa of the stomach. It cum Bloating, Headache., Nenrou. rroatrativn. General Debility, Sleepksroeea, Drprearion and Indi gestion. That feeling of bearing do n, panning pal", weight and l-kache, la always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times and under all rirruniatancte act in harmony wit h the laws that govern the female system. For tha pure of Kidney Complaiute of either sex (his Compound is unsurpassed. LVMA E. riNkIIAM- VFCETARLC COM POCNDta prepared at VU and t Weatern Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Prica 11. Bii bottle, fur Sent by mall In the form of pills, also In the form of losengrs, on receipt of price, 1 per box fur either. If ra. FiDaham freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph let. Addroaa aa shore. Xmtum tats FUr, Ko family should be without LTVVV E. FlMKnaXI LIVER FILLS. They cure eouatlpattoB. bUluusnesa, sad torpidity of the Ueer. eente per box. tf- SwM fcy ill Dragglata. " In making arrangements to move from your old to your new home, it would be wtil to consider what has been done to render such a journey not only cheap, but as pleas ant ami free from accident snil danger al human foresight and skill can muke it. I'.y construction, equipment, and good manage ment, the Nashville, (.'liattanooga & iSt, Louis liuilway merits your full confidence, having the very best rock balhst, steel-rail, fish-bur joint, Iron bridges, and most 'thor oughly constructed roadway, with air-braki t and oilier appliances to secure safety, speed comfort uiid sure connections, With its su i, i,,r through coaches and sleeping curs, it lias great advantages over other lines, and it is enabled to otl'er the lowest rates which -can be had. A few things of interest and importance we mention for your informa tion. The question of buggnge has always been troublesome to passengers. The rule of this line is to check tree for each persoa, twelve years old and over, one hundred and fifty pounds of baggage, consisting of wear ing apparel ami bedding, securely packed in trunks or medium size boxes securely strapped, and seventy-five pounds each for children between rive and twelve vears old. Kaggnge should be plainly marked with the name of the owner anil the place to w hich lie goes. Tickets should be purchased from or through reliable parties, and you shoeld sec that they are by the route and to the place ynu want to go before paying for them, keuieinbt r that pussengers have the n'yi to select their routes, and it is the duty of tick et agents to accommodate pnssencers with tickcis hv the route they wish to take, win a it is possible fur them to do so. Ynu can secure the cheapest rates to Ar kansas, Texas, and the great Northwest by applying in person or writing to Al.liKRT It. WliKNN, Puss. Agent, No. 4 Kimball House, P. O. ll-uc 2iil, Atlanta, (in. ; Ww. T. Horn. Kits, Pass. Agent, and Jno. H, Pf.kri.F.h, Ticket Agent, (. InitiaiiiHiga, Tenn. ; TOM P. Fowi.KK, Pass. Agent, and Wm. F. MaR( IT, Ticket Agent, Chun-h street depot, Nasi,, ville, Tenn. We refer with pleasure to the editor and publisher of this journal. It. I.. ItlXI.KY, fien'l Pass, gent. T'J'For maps and in formation call on or vl'lress 13. Tj. 13 roAvn, Agent, McMinnville, Tcnneisce. Hicholson House, Comer Church and Spruce streets, near Chattanooga Iffpot, 'n.li ville, Tenn. I. C. Itficholcon.