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MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1890.
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xDINING ROOM SETS,
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE, TENN.
J. M. CUNNINGHAM,
-CASlf DEALER IX
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS,
READ THE PRICES !
A good unlincd calf skin shoo at $1,25.
A nine button kid shoe at 1.00.
Men's shoes at 1.2".
A good brogan at 00.
All wool jeans at 30 cents per yard.
These prices arc sufficient to convince you that 1 can and
will make it to your interest to give me your trade. Call and
get equally low prices on all kinds of goods. My stock is new
throughout, and I will make extraordinary inducements to
cash customers. No iroods sold except for Cash. Come and
see me in East room of the Opera House Block.
J. M. CUNNINGHAM.
Chancery Street, McMirmville, Term.
l'lease remember that I keep on hand a large anil well assorted stock of
xJFURKITURE QP ALL KIKBS,to
Consisting in Tart of
Ucadstcads, Bureaus, Waslistands,- Sideboards, Ward
robes, Safes, Tables, Chairs, Bed-Springs, and
Mattresses, Chaniher Sets, Parlor Sets,
Bed Lounges, Looking Glasses,
and in fact any and everything wanted in the Furniture line. Also in
1 have n larger and better assorted stock than ever, from the very cheapest Coffins to th
best Caskets, liurial Suit, etc., for men, ladies and children, for les monev thau von ca
buy the zoods for and make them. KMBALMIXU A KPIX'IALI I'l . Remember
I will not he under sold lv anvone, and everything euaranteed as represented. Give m
a call before piirrhusiiiir nnd get prices. M. B. II AH WELL.
Banannus at York's.
House to rent. C. T. Thurman.
House for rent. Apply to I)1 L.
Charlie Smartt is off this week
ou a visit to Alexandria.
Mr. G. A. Reams left Wednes
day morning for New York.
The advance guard of tbe straw
berry crop is in the market.
Fresh Loaf Bread can be found
at W. II. York's every day.
Mr. N. Shon'g went to Morrison
Tuesday nnd returned Thursday.
Mrs. Ann Hubble and children,
of Chattanooga, are visiting here.
Mrs. Wm. Eastwood is visiting
home folks at Nashville this week.
The editor's away and the devil's
to pay subscribe for the Standard.
Mr. Geo. Beach went to Shelby
ville Tuesday and returned Wednes
Mr.A. II. Woodleeand wife, of
Altamont, are visiting the family of
Dr. J. M. Burger.
The railroad track is getting
quite rough in places between this
point and Tullahoma.
Wanted Second hand lever
horse power. Small size preferred
Call at Standard office.
Mrs. Ewing Watterson returned
Tuesday from a visit to Mr. Watter
son's parents in Louisville.
The tenth series of the McMinn
ville Building Loan and Savings
Aassociatiou is now open.
Mrs. John Joas is visiting her
brother. Mr. W. A. Robinson, at
Smartt's station this week. '
Mr. G. W. Lewis, after spending
several days with relatives hpre, re
turned to Chancy Wednesday.
Mr. Dick Countiss has moved to
this place and will occupy the house
recently vacated by Mr. West.
Alec Smith, a son of Jeff Smith,
of Coffee county, was thrown from
a horse last Friday and killed.
Mr. Geo. Gooch, formerly of
Smyrna, was among the drummers
at the Warren House this week.
W. II. York lias received a large
ot of Boneless Hams, the finest ever
in this market. Call and see them.
Mrs. S. J. Walling and children
came up lrom fcneioy vine eunes-
day to visit hermother,Mrs. Mitchell.
Mr. D. F. Wallace went to South
ittsbnrg Tuesday, to visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. F. F. Clute, for a few days.
Mr. B. P. Ginrich has been con
fined to his bed this week with sick
ness. We hope to see him out soon.
W. II. York has just received a
barrel of nice Country Sorghum.
They are the nicest the country affords.
Mr. Fayette Brown has com
menced tbe erection of a two-story
frame residence on West Main
-W. II. York, at the new York
store, has the" nicest lot of candies,
both plain and fancy, to be found in
-Mr. 15. 1. Cantrell has been in
Lincoln county several days this
week on business for the Tennessee
Don't fail to take at least a peep
at York's beautiful show case of
everything the latest in Pure Fancy
Mr. C. C. Murphy has made
quite an improvement at his home
on Spring Street by the addition of a
new front fence.
All kinds of canned goods can be
found at W. II. York's, together with
a nice lot of Canned Mackerel arid
Mr. L. P. Gartner challenges the
town to produce a larger radish than
he can. Lee has some very fine
ones, but then
Negotiations are in progress
looking to the establishment of a boot
and shoe factory here. We hope it
Mr. Chas. Colville went to Mur
freesboro Wednesday to join hi9 wife
at the bedside of her sister, Miss
Julia Lytle, who is dangerously ill.
Thurman Bros. A Co., continue
their bargains another week. See
their advertisement. Thev will
make il to your interest to see them.
Mr. Drew Brewer, formerly ef
New, this county, but now engaged
n the mercantile business at Wood
bury, attended court here this week.
Attorney General Whitson and
two of his sons, George and Vance,
left Fridy for Newbern, West Ten
nessee, for a week's visit to his fath
J'oplar Shingles. ,
D. L. Brown will fill orders for fine
poplar shingles at low prices.
Great Reduction tn Vrtce of Giant
You can buy a good Giant Cam
Mill from Morford & Biles at $20.
Every farmer should have one and
make his own sorghum.
Prof. Finney left Wednesday for
Union City to attend the General As
sembly a few days in the interest o
tbe College. He will return Mon
-So far as we can learn Mr. O. M
Thurman is ahead on garden vege
tables. They had new -peas, potatoes
and strawberries at his house for din
ner last Sunday.
Quite a number went out from
town to the big meetings at Bildad
and other places Sunday. One of
Stroud it Co's road carts came home
Large crowds attend each meet
ing at the Baptist church. Quite an
tnterest was manifest Wednesday
night, though there has been no ad
ditions as yet.
Mrs" II. L. Willing went down
to Nashville Wednesday morning to
attend the commencement exercise
of Ward's ' Seminary, where her
daughter is attending school.
Ex-Gov. A. S. Marks, W. L.
Granbury, J. W. Jackson, and S. A
Champion, of Nashville, and S. F.
Wilson, of Gallatin, were in atten
dance upon Court here this week.
The dwelling of Mr. J. E. Rob
erts, of Walling Station, was struck
by lightning one day last week, al
most demolishing the building and
paralyzing his fifteen-year old daughter.
Rev. F. L. Leeper left last Tues
day morning for Alabama, where he
will visit relatives for about two
weeks. There will be no preaching
in the Presbyterian Church for the
next two Sabbaths.
Mr. Wm White returned" Wed
nesday from a prospecting tour
through Texas. He was accompa
nied by his daughter, Miss Jennie,
who lias been in Nashville at school
for eighteen months.
The editor of the standard left
Wednesday morning for Ashville,
N. C, to attend the General Assem
bly of the Presbyterian Church, as
commissioner of Nashville Presby
terv. and will be absent about two
Dr. G. T. Stainback and Mr. S.
G. Brittain. commissioners of Mc-
Minnville Presbytery, left Tuesday
for Union City to attend the General
Assembly of the CP. Church. Dr.
Stainback's pulpit will be vacant to
Hon. John G. Myers of Pikeville
has been here in attendance upon
our Circuit Court this week, lie
says Sequachie Valley is on a big
boom all along its entire length, and
that the new railroad extension to
Pikeville will be pushed to an early
Mr. Sylvester Brower, proprietor
of the Hanlan Flour and Feed Mills
was in town Tuesday, and informed
us that his new patent process ma
chinery was nearly all in position
and that he will begin the manufact
ure of patent process flour about the
first of June. These mills are locatec
eight or nine miles from McMinn
ville, and Mr. Brower has fitted
them up with the latest and most ap
proved machinery at a cost or over
eight thousand dollars. We hope the
enterprise will prove of great benefit
to the farmers in that section of the
county, and a profitable investment
to the enterprising owner.
Not all new things come from the
effete East. The Bannack and Crow
Indians and other tribes in the north
em Rockies are laboring with an ex
traordinary delusion that Christ has
come to earth and is now in the Bi
Horn Mountains, somewhere be
tween Fort Custer and FoYt Washa
kie, Wyoming Territory. General
James S. Brisbin, U. S. A., comman
ding in Montana, has in the New
York Ixdgeroi May 17 an interesting
letter concerning the hallucination
and giving full and interesting de
tails ultout it.
.1 Hew l.ntcrprlse.
The establishment of a cigar fac
tory on a large scale is probably the
next enterprise for McMirmville. A
gentleman is now here looking into
the matter and we hope he will re
ceive iufficient encouragement to in
duce him to locate a factory here.
Demorest Medal Contest.
There will be a silver medal con
contest at New Oak School House,
2 J miles from McMinnville on the
Shelbyville road, Friday night May
30. The contest will be between
four young ladies and two young
gentlemen. Rev. G. T. Stainback
will present the medal. Eevery one
invited to attend, a it will bo very
Send or Bring
The head of your sewing machine
to James Lloyd, the celebrated sew
ing machine repairer of Austin, Tex
as, who can be found for the next few
days at Mrs. Gross' boarding house
on Main street, and have it repaired
as good as hew, and save from twen
ty-five to forty dollars. Mr. Lloyd
has had 18 years experience in this
ine and warrants satisfaction or no
Notice to the Public.
I have this day sold my crop of
Stawberries to J. W. Gray A Co.,
who will supply the wants of this
city. I take pleasure in recommend-
ng J. W. Gray & Co., as being better
prepared to handle the fruit with
their ice and refrigerator. I ask, the
citizens to patronize the above firm
as I have found them to be nice and
R. 11. Titts WORTH
May l.'l, 18!KI.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
mktiiodist cm itcii.
Next Sunday will bo the Annual
Children's Day. The service will be
gin at 11 a.m. The exercises will
consist of songs, recitations and an
address by the pastor. Eveiy body
is cordially invited to attend.. No
service at night.
Usual services at 10:30 a. m. con
ducted by Rev. II. L. Walling.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
by Rev. J. II. Anderson of Nashville.
lteath of Miss Ann Hamilton.
Miss Ann Hamilton, aged 7o years,
died at her home in this place last
Tuesday, May 13. Miss Hamilton
had suffered for a great many years
from cancer, which she bore with
patience and true Christian fortitude.
She was a member of the Christian
Church, in which she lived a consist
ent member for many years. By
her kind and gentle manner the had
drawn a large circle of loving friend
about her with whom 'twas hard to
give her up; though death was wel
comed by her and came as a minis
tering angel to relieve her sufferings.
The funeral services were conducted
by Elder O. M. Thurman and II. L.
Walling. The remains were follow
ed to their last resting place by a
large number of sorrowing friends
Richmond (Va.) Times: The fear
of a great man is shown in the anxi
ety of the Republican press to create
an impression that the name of Gro
ver Cleveland will not be mentioned
in connection with the Democratic
Presidential convention of 1892.
Richmond (Va.) Times: Mr. Har
rison is carefully closing the tiny
spigots in the appropriation barrel, in
order to give greater force to the re
moval of the greater big pensions'
bung when it is knocked out.
Subscribe for the Standard $ l,oo.