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McMinnville, Tenn., Not. 25,1882.
Dr. Black went to Nashville this week. ""For the best line of overcoats go to Katz's. Thursday, Nov. 30th, ia Thanks giving day. Only four weeks from Monday till Christmas. Cap Snmrtt, of Trousdale, was in town Thursday. Elsie Faulkner went to Nashville this week on business. Miss Ag Henderson has been with her numerous friends here this week. Tennessee's peauut crop is put ut , 500,000 bushels. Dr. W. W. Farker, of Dibrell, paid us a visit bust Saturday. , MrJo Davis, of Woodbury, was on our streets this week. Wanted A good young milk cow. v Apply at this office. "Vro. Biles returned from the South Weduesday evening. J. J. and I. Morion, of Gruudy county, were in town this week. F. B. Martin has been appointed Clerk and Master at Woodbury. Messrs. Ramsey & Son received and disposed of two more car loads of Empire coal this week. Nobby Business Suits, elegant Dress Suits, and suits for all kinds of occasions at Katz's. Frank Brown went to Tracy City this week to build a busiuess house for a party there. Will Mead has opened a barber shop in the Mountain City Hotel. Call on him. Rev. H. B. Reams will fill his pul pit at the Southern Methodist church to-morrow and at uight. W. S. Ross, of the Veil known firm of Ross, Biles & Co., Increase, was in town Tuesday. O. M. Thurman & Co. have just received a nice lot of new style prints. Don't fail to see them. Simon Katz is busy every day opening and selling stacks of Dry Goods. Now goods arriving constantly. Col, J. II. French left last Satur day, and will visit Naiville, Colum bia, and other places before he returns. " Mrs. Robt; Cantrell and her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Faulkuer, paid the Standard office a call Tuesday. W. II. Brooks & Co. received their new billiard tables Thursday and are ready for business. The heavy frosts of the past few days have ripened backbones, spare ribs and lye hominy. Gents' underwear of every quality and price at Katz's. A full line of Gent's Furnishing Goods of every kind. The Presbyterian Sunday-school has placed in its library during the past week, about seventy-five volumes of new books. The sulphur well has been at a standstill during all of this week, the contractors being absent. The Odd Fellows at this place have greatly improved their lodge room during the last few weeks, and it pre sents quite a home-like appearance. Our friend 'Fayette Thaxton is the happy father of a bouncing baby boy whom he say8 will be big enough to send to town ou busiuess pretty soon. A new schedule went into effect on our road about two weeks ago, by which the train now leaves at about 6 o'clock m the morning, and arrives about 3 in the evening. Thorton's Celebrated English reme dies are put up ly the Nadiville Medi cine Co., and for sale' by all leading druggists. No cheap ingredients used, and not puffed into sudden notoriety Last week Esq. West received beautiful painting on plaque executed by his neice, Miss M:ttie West, who is attending school at McMinnville. The painting is well executed and displays rare skill, especially since it was Mi.-s Mattie's first effort. Marshall Gazette, The matrimonial market exhibits a very decided activity with the ad vanceofcold weather. Our exchanges from all points teeiu with notices of the union of happy hearts. We learn that six couples were tied together in this county last Sunday. The Tullahoma Guardian says there is a splendid opening at that point for a saddle shop and cooper shop. Mr. J. L. Jones, who is in the pro duce business there, has to semi to Nashville every month for hundreds of barrels in which to ship produce. Miss May Ililliard, of the Spring Place neighborhood, who is vi.-iting her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Duncan, near Lewis . burg, was in town l:ut Friday. She LI. 1 p r -it nan jusi returned irom jMc.uinnville ! -Mrs. Gid Hughes, recently from Texas, but now making her home in Tullahoma, has been visiting friends at (his placo the present week. ' The unpleasant appearance of even the most amiable antl intelligent face, when covered with surface irritations as from tetter, pimples, or eczema can be dissolved naturaly by Dr. Benson's Skin Cure, an excellent toilet dressing. It cures dandruff of the scalp. The Independent and Unceremo nious Social Club will meet at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mead, this (Friday) evening at 6 o'clock. As we are decidedly in favor of this style of meetings wo will try and be present promptly on time. In a car load of mules recently shipped from this point to Selma, Ala., by Ilouchiu & Biles, an extra fine mule was taken out of the lot and a very inferior animal substituted in its stead. The exchange is supposed to have taken place at some point on the route where the mules were unloaded to be fed. A. M. Cawthon is now exhibiting the largest and handsomest stock of cooking and heating stoves we have ever seen in this market. He hassome of the prettiest parlor stoves we have ever seen, and also a stock of beautiful toilet or chamber sets. It is well woith a visit to his house to look through his stock. There was a meeting at the resi dence of Capt. Coffee Thursday night for the purpose of organizing a literary society. At the time of going to press we have not learned of the " success of the move, but hope it was satisfactory, as such a society, if entered iuto in earnest by our youncr people, would prove a constant source of entertain nient and improvement. Mrs. Henry Rowau sent us last Saturday sonieof tlie finest second crop Early Rose potatoes w e have ever seen. They were very fine. If our friends continue to send us samples of their potatoes we will have enough to plant a nice patch next Spring. We are taking care of them and will plant them next Spring. Those who have raised a second crop should take care of them for seed, tbey will all be wanted next spring and many more. Tullahoma has a Reading and Dramatic Club which is furnishing the citizens of that place with some very excelleut entertainments. We would like to see McMinnville boast a similar organization. The beet ' safe gaurd against the glittering lighte that lure young men to evil is to interest them in social pleasures and meetings where no evil exists, and where they will be surrojnded by only pure and good influences. The lights are in creasing along the "broad road" in McMinnville, and a healthy reaction in the matter of social gatherings is of vital importance to our moral aud reli gious progress just now. Mr. J. E. Sims, traveling for the well known wholesale drug house of Marriages. The following parlies have married in this county since the 18th inst ; J. M. Jett to Mary R. Etter. Davis Turner to Tennie Davis. A. B. Moffitt to M. F. Thaxton. H. II. Martin to Lou Holder. V. L. Steakley, Jr., to Delia Dun can. F. Jones to Nannie Bess. A. M. Hennessee to Millie Higgin- botham. L. Cunningham to Charlotte Mc Gregor. J. T. Mayes to F. R. Jones. A Curd From the i. 'linttnnoogtt Medicine C ompany. Our notices of McEIree's Wine of Cardui in the Standard having caused us to rnceive many inquiries regarding the use of this remarkable remedy, we desire to explain that we do not claim that the Wine will cure diseased organs, malformation, or interfere with natural obstructions. It simply corrects deran gements, The ey mptoius are well known to all ladies: a strange dullness in the head, shooting pains in the back, and other excrutinatiug pains. EcElree's Wine of Cardui often relieves these pains iu five minutes after a dosa is ta ken, though more presistent treatment is necessary. Cases of many years stan ding have often lieeu relieved by the use of a single bottle. Painful, difficult suppressed, exaggerated (flooded) men struation, is relieved by it when all other remedies fail. We will b pleased to answer all inquiries, and when symp toms are given will recommend the liest course to persue. We shall be thank- full for reports of cases treated with McEIree's Wine of Cardui, whether a cure has been accomplished or not. We advise all who have received benefit by U6e of the Wine to continue its use ev ery month, as it acts as regulator, aud your trouble may ret urn if you discon tuiue its use. Ooustant use ot it is entirely harmless, as it is a simple ex tract, as milk as tea or coffee. Very Respectfully, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors 1U m OF McMHSTNVIT.LE, TEisrr. Tie Scrap Book. Franklin, Ky., Nov. 10th '82. Dr. Hitchey .-Please say to the little girls mid young ladies who were mem bers of the Young Ladies Foreign Mis sionary Society at C. F. College last year, that the scrap-book which they begau iu the spring has been completed and was sent off two weeks ago to Miss M. Orr, in Japan. The children in Missouri added a few pages, aud the children's society here completed it, making many beautiful pages. We finishtd the pages left unfinished by the McMinnville society, putting the name of each one Upon the paices they The Lowest Membership Fee and Annual Dues. The Lowest and Best Graded Assessment Tble. , ,,. .. i, .. .. iNo Members Taken in fcpidemio Districts, MAXIMUM began, adding a suitable motto, sentl mcnt or verse in large letters. Thus their names have been united with those from this society and from Misaou- A01?rP YVAMTMTl I lsone bllt active energetic, responsible business men, who can' furnish good'refei. ri .n.iUI,.mn...nnff th. nULIlUU H L Jj U . encc, need apply. Kcr pamphlets, terms, and full particulars, address . heathen as witnesses fur Christ. The book when completed contained U pages, and was indeed unique and We have on hand at the Standard eautiful. The parents of the children 0(j5ce a full assortment of Magistrate's nere wonted wun mem wun interest Blanks. Give us a call. and enthusiasm, thus adding largely to Orange KIooras. Win. Litterer & Co., Nashville, was in our city last Saturday. He came to interview our drug merchants and did so. Mr. S. of late makes it con venient to spend Sunday here. It is a fact that we have a splendid . hotel, and this of itself should be sufficient in ducement for many traveling commer cial men to spend Sunday in McMiun- ville. Certainly this is a nice place to rest and spend the Sabbath, and Mr. S appreciates the fact, but rumor says he has another reason, besides he has per mission to do so. We are certainly al ways glad to see him. I.t'flnre. P. C. Isbell, of Manchester, will lecture in the Southern Methodist Church on Monday Nov. 27lh at 6 p. m. Admittance 25 cents. Proceeds to be appropriated to the Methodist Church in Manchester. Married. Wednesday evening, 22d inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, iu this county, Mr. Lafayette Cunning ham to Miss Charlotte McGregor, O, M. Thurman officiating' We wish the happy couple a long, happy and pros perous life. Sew and Freli. I would respectfully nnnouuee to the people of McMinnvillu and vicinity that I have just received and and npen ed an extorsive stock ot staple and fancy groceries of every kind which I am offering at rock bottom prices. My stock is now fresh and complete, am: thanking you for past favors, I would respectfully solicit your future patron age. D. O. Jenkins, In Caw thon's tin house, East Main st The Height of Folly. To wait until vou are in bed with disease you may not get over for months is the height, of folly, when you might be easily cured dtinni t he early symp' where ehfl !,! l.nn nnrsmmr ,rsn 1 ",rn h.v 1 arker s lunger Ionic. We b - "iL,.l,,n- t.. ,.,.:i: i. m.. ixiii... 11 illinium iimivc me of post giaduate studies in the school there. MurtltaU Gaxtle healthiest, by a timely use of this pure medicine. (.Kwmr. IB, W. H. MAQNESS, (President National Bank of McMinnville), PRESIDENT. J. C. MARTIN, ..-.Secretary; .. H. L. -WALLING, (Dry iKiotis and (irain Merchant, SIc.MinuviUe). vlry Goods Meridian Vice Proadcnt: XicMiiinvill. ). JES3E WALLING, Treasurer; Dr.- T. C. SMARTT, : Medical Director, Vice President N'utionul Bank of McMinnville). i l'raeti.:iu 1'hyMeim., M .'.Uinuvilie). this Order is Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Tennessee, and" offers a plan of MUTl'AI. LIFE INSURANCE, which, lor isaiety ana Cheapness, Is excelled by no other similar order iu existence. ADVANTAGES No Loiltre Meetings or Lodire Expenses. BENEFITS AT MINIMUM BATES. Fewest number of Officers. The Host lWible I'lau. CERTIFICATES ISSUED FOR $1000 and $2000. J. C. MARTIN, Secretary, McMinnville, Tenn. the pleasure of the work with the thilr Thousands us9 it, Why Hesitate? dren Please return thanks to all who aided AiZXJ&l!a. in the work in McMinnville, either bv happiness and amelioration of the human donation of pictures or by work. I tiou than Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Keeula. aiut, thev onnU hoT-o .onn tha JwV . T tor, "Womnn's Best frriend." By it woman J ' I in fniflnpinHtpil from nunihM.iPHfl ilia r0pnl:nr - i j .. t ,i . I . . ... . ... mn sure uiey wouiu nave ieii repaid, toner sex. Hctoreits magic power an ir- t : n. r.. ... c..j il.i : l, regularities or me womo vaniNn. 11 cures . ... iuCu,. uuuunua ,.hjt suppression of the "menses," re been instrumental in winning some hea- moves uterine obstructions, braces the , i , v-,. . ... . . . nr. vi.h, mill '.u men mc uiuvu, ns uiuuBOlluo turn viiuu iu vy.uioii icnii nui iro men i q wumcn will testify reward. Thomssville, Oa., June 22d, 1877 te .1 . . u w mi I I have been selling Bradheld s Female ii me lime society ai iic.uinnvuie R,.KlliKtor for years , it continues popular- would Jike to begin some other work " evidence or its hemg all that is claimed I turn t T nan curia 11 tnutunnua In u-ViiiiVi if nf. or llie Slime purOSe ana Will write me forded relief after all the usual remedies will take nleasure in siiPfrestimr aiirh ""I ,d- 8- J-1 -ASSr.LS, Druggist. .1 .. . . . . i ii. iimituiiM. i iifiii iciwi , niiiiuin. villi tilings as Will acid to tne -interest Ot Price fl.50 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. their meetings, as well as be valuable to our missionaries. STOI? AT TIIK A. M. Dbennan. RULES HOTEL, We tip our beaver to the Tulla- South Side Square, l D . fit ll ioma unamiaii tor tne ioilowmg nana- MURFEEESBORO, TENNESSEE. some compliment: DRUMMERS' HOME. "Tho KnrTiirnv RTivninn nnK. ished at McMinnville, Messrs. Kitchey EnlaMSi and KswlV FumisIlSd, & Reams, editors, is doing a noble Convenieilt wort lur i lie iarming ana uusiuess in terests of its section, and rapidlv gain ing iavor as an honest, reliable and in dependent journal. We like to work in (be same held with such live and courteous men. A. M. CAWTHON, DB1LEB IX UASCrACTCRER 0 STOVES AND TIN, SHEET UtOS AKl) to Business. Good Sample Booms Free. mmsm f mm me McMinnville, Tenn. IT1w w m m i 11U UlUi V W ill 1 TO SELECT FROM. Throw that old delapidated, burntout stove away, and pet ynur wife ft utiviv that sh cau cook ou. Nothing adds more to comfort, iieaee and IicmIiIi tlimi good, well-cooked food. Then why do you not go at once to A. M. CAyTHON'S and buy a GOLD MEDAL, OR KENTUCKY RKLIE. They are the bt stoves ever sold in this market. Over 150 sold right here in your raids! and no couiplnint, but ' UNIVERSAL pRAlSl-1 Ask your neighbor about them. I keep in stock all the lati ht and most approved Cooking and Heating Stoves, Grates, Fire Brick, Tiles, Stove Backs, I'Ut. , Cr.s Pieces,' Doors, Extra Vessels of all kinds, Coal Hods, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and in fttctevery thing to be found in a first-class tin house low down for cash. EcoSng, Guttering and Repairing Done on Short ITotico Cheap. T. It. MILES, Manager. '83. A Grand Combination. '83. We clip the following notice of the marriage of a foraier McMinnvillian from the Hartsville SenUnel. It gives us pleasure to clironicle eucu suc cess of tho?e who have gone from our mid-st, aud we join with many friends in tendering our huui w).ihmiml est congratulations: We record no event witu more pleasure than the brilliant wedding that occurred Ia.it Tuesday at the Presbyterian church. The affair was not unlooked for. Madame Iiumor has been buisy for sometime, spread ing the pleading details of the happy event as far as kuown or imagined and when it did occur our community felt a pleasure rarely before equalled The groom, Mr. Edward McMillin is one of our leading business men honored and trusted wherever known he bride, Miss Lizzie C. DeBow, is the daughter of J. R. DeBow, the choicest selection which Hartsville'e conservatory of beauty and worth can boast. That a mutual adaptation should attract such is not strange, and iu the eternal fituivs of things the mar riac was what ought to have been. The cremony occurred at 2 p. m The church was beautifully decorated uariand and nower and wreatb and festoon lent their elegant shapes and colors to create a scene of beauty ri valing in gorgeousuess an Orienta dream. Chandelier and lamp reflected back rays from diamond and jewel, I none more brilliant than Irom the bright eyes of many a fair maiden who waited iu happy expectancy for the coming couple. Music, under the fairy touch of Mrs. S. K. Tinsley, 6tole ita way up and down the aisles and ways of - of the building, and into the feeling and hearts of those present, when, as Men- dlesohn's Wedding March was distilling its sweet notes, down the aisle, pre ceeded and followed by ushers, came tho e whom already love's arithmetic had made one. The ceremony was brief and appro priate, "Gondallied Reverie" in soften ed tones echoed the meaning of what was pledged, and as the pastor pn nounced in conclusion the words "God ii i . i p bless vou botn, a lervent amen was echoed from every heart. Then as from fairy fingers the organ pealed Coronation March from "Le rhophet," they paased back down the awe, and with a numerous escort of loving friends proceeded on their wed ding tour, which we trust will be as happy as the wishes of loving hearts can make it, and lie but the prelude of a long lite stretching out to its furthest limit of happiness, usefulness and honor. Rev. W. V. Suddoth was the offici ating clergyman. Never was a more popular nor better beloved bride. The wedding presents were numerous, those from the grjom i elegant and costly. The present month, so remarkable for severe cold and sudden change of weather, will no doubt be productive ol a vast increase ot pulmonary ailec- tions. Many of our immediate circle of acquaintances and friends have al ready contracted colds" of more or less miririnil lmnuln, th i fi)Mnu.. H I THE SOUTHERN STANDARD, AND THE LOUISVILLE V7EESLY COURIEE-JOUHNAL ; Hna Ynrt fur Onlp tl flfl .; -... -i .e : I . ..!.., iicgieciwi, oi mt-iiaeui consumption, pw0 rupers for ,iue more than tlie plice of Liroiiciuus, larynguis, nsinma, piunisic, one. catarrh, etc., and we have no , doubt Bv paying us $2.00 you will receive for that opo niinthoi- turnlvnmnut li anmo nf one year your home paper With the Cunnrr- !,0n, uill hv m,n i tUDr !. W. "'', the representative newspaper of ............ g....v ..;. the South, and the best, brightest, and lllg-place because of inattention to the ablest familv Weekly in the United Suites, first slight symptoms. There is, how- Those who desire to examine a sample copy f.r. - romlv anrl nnfilin rvmotv (nr of the CounW-Jouniul can do so at (he , . ...... .h .... jXANDAKD Office. tuese uisiressing complaints at nana, in Edward Wilder's Compound Extract ot ud Cherry. Jn the entire range of materia mcdica there has never' here tofore been offered so simple, effective a cure for all diseases of the throat, lungs, and air-passages as this, and none other has received as high testi monials from its beneficiaries in all parts of the country. The afflicted are invited to give it a trial. All druggist sell it. WARREN HOUSE Mdliimvillc, TVnp. -G. W. JOHNSON, Proprietor. Bates $2 per Lay. Board the Week or ISonth tory Bates. This favorite family hotel under its new nmnagpiuent is rconi if in i hi i iiuiIiiii itinmiilli Delightful Location and Invigorating Climate. Breszss frs:h from Cumisrland LJcastais. iorTlie House has been Thoroughly Kenovatcd. mar251y An Austin doctor met old uucle Mose and said pleaantly : "How do you feel to-day, Uncle Mose?" "I ain't gwine to tell yer until I know how much you am gwine ter charge me." A blflkult Problem Solved. JOB PRINTING! The STANDARD OFFICE Carries at all times a full line of Printers' Stationery, And with a large assortment of New Plain & Fancy Jot Type Is prepared to do all kinds of W VVMead S. J. Elkiks. In the very best style. 8HDEHJ5 SOLICITED. PTITIgFICTIO enTEED. I7ie Cultivator AND 1883 The desire for etimulants is becoming J31 it is a serious question with reformers. UfJUITlTV CjefltlGIDRD. u...i. n; t..: r..:.i i.. difficult probiem. It invigorates body and mind without intoxicating, and has brought health and happiness to many homes. Enquirer. See other column. The' Best of the Agricultural Weeklies. There was a heavy enow fall on Cuni- berland Mountain Monday. Entirely Satisfactory. Ladies wishing a perfume that com bines novelty delicacy and richness, find Floreston Coh'gne entirely satis factory. 1 IH AT HAtKINU t'ovuii can bs so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar antee it. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vltalicer is guaranteed to c-ure you. SLKEPLKSS NIGHTS, made niis'ral le by that terrible cough. Shiloh's cure is the remedy for you. CATARRH CLUED, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's reiuedy. Price 50 cents. Kassiil injector free, For lame back, Side or Chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. SIIILOITS COUU1I and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a Guarantee. It cures consumption. SHILOH'S VITAL1ZKR is what you need for Constipntiou, Loss of Appetite, Pizzi ness and nil symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 aud 75 cents per bott'e. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Ttmn chilis immediately relieved by Shiloh's cure All tv above Remedies for sale by J. R. RITC f.Y, McMinnville, Tenn. cJmnvilIo JfarMo Worfo McMinnville, I snueMce. MEAD & ELICITS, Manufacturers and Dealers in Amrican and Italian Marble Monuments, Tombstones, Mantles, Table tops, and all Kinds of Stone- Work Rtoclj The Country Gentleman is the leading journal of American Agriculture, In the amount and practical value ot tlie contents, in extent and ability of correspondence, in quality of paper and style of publication, it : !.. .1... i-. . i ti r i occupies iiic uroi rium, it iv ueiievtMi iu have no superior in either of the three chief divisions of Fa rm Crop and Prncec, , Horticulture and Frutt'Growtng, Live Stock and Dairying. while it also includes all minor departments of rural interest, such as the Poultry Yard, Entomology, liee-Keepinj, Greenhouse and Grapery, Veterinary replies, Farm Questions and Answers, Fireside Reading, Domestic Economy, and a summary of the news of the week. Its market reports are .unusually complete, and much attention is paid to the prospects of the crops, as throwing light upon one of the most important of all ques tionsWhen to buy and when to sell. It is liberally illustrated, and is intended to sup ply, in a contiuuullv increasing degree, and in the bent sense ot the term a .LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER. The volume of the Country Gentleman for 1K82 was greatly enlarged Vjv increasing its size from l(i to 20 pages weekly, but the terms still continue as follows, when paid strictly in advance; One copy one venr, $2.50; four copies $10, and an additional copv for the year free to the sender of the Club. p$r All new subscribers for lSS.1?, paying in advance now, will receive the paper weekly, from receipt of remittance to Janu ary 1st, 188.1, without charge. Specimen copies free. Address. " LUTHER TUCKER t SON', Publishers, Albany, N. Y. fjwjrcr$, Ijivcrymcn Paracr TAKE NOTICE! HanHier's Liniment '9a sure cure for all diease that afllict the horse and stock that require an outward application. Cures. Sweeny, dis temper, Swelling of the Throat and Glands, Fink Eye, Pole Evil, Fistula, Thrash, Corns, Scratches, Splints, Sprains, Fresh Cuts i f all kind, Galls of all kinds, etc., etc. Irlanrner's Condition Powders cure Founder, "Ois. temper, Hidebound, Loss of Appetite, Worms, etc. Bmh these remedies have been in use forty years and thoroughly tested. rnarl8m6 Win. Litter cr & Co., Sole Pronrietors, CITY SALOON , Notice to Tax-Payera. -AND- Muzzle Loading Guns from M.00 "PI Breech Load ing Guns from S3.00 np; Revol vers from ftOr.nn; '.osoKtBinp for t pair Illustrated CntaUigue. I'lTTvliUuiH 1IRH ARMS CO., I'lrtsbiirch, r. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry KftSkk. F. Capshaw S't' jgryjlvccps a nice assortment of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry which he soils nt Nashville and Louisville prices. ICppuir Ins neatly done at reasonslde rates. All goods warranted as represented. Your pat ronage solicited. novtyl BILLIARD HULL am? i mn h$ss, WE take pleasure in announcing that we have moved the "CITY SALOON" from the old stand on Last Main Street, to the stand in the Mountain Citv Hotel build ing, on Last Side Square, recently occupied by Brooks A Co. Everything is fitted up in strictly first-class style. We have a large aud elegant lMlliard Hall, with a New Billiard Table, and a new FIFTEEN-BALL POOL Table. Come and see us when yon want to pii'is an evening sway pleasantly. Our Bui is sto- ked with the finest wnxsm and the best brands of Fail not to sytlK; vour tar bv the first Monday in December, nc.t, at which time I mil reciuireil by liiw to put them into the hands of colleetinir ( llieeis. You will save yourselves cost hih! m embarrassment by coming forward in tune, rail not. u-Jjul 11. A. Cvnsi.soh m, Trustee. & TOES, '02ACC0 AKD CIGAH! mnvrr ir.il t - It l.Vh.S m Mf i-ir 1-.,. i ut a; it '.. &-1 i t(. v if HJ ill 1,0 f 'her PiilFts i..l l'ri"t THE STAR eSALOOrJ, at the old stand on Ea-t M.iio Street, will always be fnond stocked with the best Li quoin, Cigars, Tobacco, etc., in the market. Thankine the public for ps.t favors, ne respectfully solicit your future patronage. Nov. II, '?. VTNVEI.LY & rOTT U V&teicte . '): i trlroUcitorofor irnrln.ri" vi f.-.irrV.htft. etc. for tlioUnitcl ' U ibtiin T- cntu ia G ' . I:ii lw:'., I'mnco, (lei mnir-. r.vl i... o.!.; r roiiutriua. TUlrt - : 5 rurr.' rr ictxo. No !i i ; ii,'.u;; or uraw- 1'-. '.. -.I. 'i vi rro stotiocj In Tl'K A'., v! i eli 1 s obargo lor ( rnnrr .: law. A.lvie.i by i'alfliitH t ' ;i i V-d I: 1.0 fcCinVllFH iho larcnst circiilii cnti;d iicwspajitr el , world. 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