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MeHnnvlIlTcnp,., ; March 20, 1880,
Look Xor a Mammoth Issue of ,ye Stand
ard next week
Brewer Sc Northcut have a fine article of
Teaa on hand cheap. 28-tf
Tii ose new style hats are selling very fast.
Come ant gt one,. SmarttBroa.
Graft Need i
Fregh and low at Brewer & Northcut's.
Sweet ad Irish Potatoes lound, fresh and
eheap at Brewer Y Northcut's. m20
Those milk jars are cheap at 10 cents with
orks thrown in 1 See J as. P. Bostiok about
Nice assortment of Spectacles, Eye-glass
es and Pocket Knives cheap at J. B. Hitch
ey'a .Drugstore. m2C
(Sinartt Bros, received yesterday their
Mttnmoth stock of Dry Goods and Notions.
Call and get the first pick. ui7
The planet Mars was in occultation on the
evening of the 17th inst., for more than nn
hoar, and then emerged as ruddy as ever.
Sinartt Bros, have their house jammed
full of new goods of all kinJs. Cull and
Dr. IL P. Hansom, Dentist, proposes to at
tend to all culls in his line from the town or
country. lie asks that the people give him
Leiper & Co. will deliver Ked Cedar Slung.
les at Manchester, Morrison and McMinu-
ville for $3.50 cash on delivery. nil.'Wt
Ladles, get permanent relief by using
For sale by J. B. Ritehey
At the sale of the perishable property of
the estate of S. G. Smartt deceased last Sat
urday, corn sold at 40 to 50 cents per bushel,
raora, shoulder at 5 cents, sides 8 cents ;
liams at 9 ceuts; horses sold high.
Those wishing to adorn and beautify their
cemetery lots with corner posts, curbing,
hells, urns, vases, iron railing and the
best marble work in the country, should call
on L. C. Turpin at Fleming's drug store
His facilities are perfect for furnishing the
very best of everytliing in this line at reason
Liver Pills contain arsenic: "BLACK
DRAUGHT" it u harmless as tea or cotlee,
For sale by I. H. Iiitchcy.
In our personal mentions last week the
types snake us say "and Billie we
wiTl say no more but go to piess." It should
have read, and Billie is glad. We hope no
one will take exceptions to it, for we certain
ly inteuded uothiug amiss and regret that it
Fo the voters of Warren, Coffee, Cannon,
L vlrundy. Bedford, rrankhn, Lincoln,
Rutherford and Moore counties: I hereby
ittfpectfolly make known to you that I am
a candidate for Chancellor of the Fourth Di
visiou, which position I now ho!d by appoint
ment. Election Thursday, August 5, 1880.
JNO. W. BURTON,
Murfreesboro, March 0, 1880.
Query: Why will people suffer. with
indigestion when "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
will cure them?
For sale by J. B. Ritebcy.
Church Chimes Tor To-morrow.
Tit K ltTII ABBTH A. D. 1880, A. L. 58S0,
Christian Church Services 10:30 sharp.
tSanaav School 8:30 ditto.
V. 1. Church services at 11 a. m. ana 7
, m. tharp. Sunday School at 9. By Rev.
, DeWitt, 1'astor.
Presbyterian Church Services 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m. by He v. Alex. Cowan Pastor.
fiumUv School 9:30 a. m.
Methodist Church South Services at 7 p.
tu. by Rev. R. J. Craig. Sunday School
at 9:30 a. m.
M. E. Church Services at 11 a. m. and 7
p. m. by Rev. J
at 9 a. m.
M. Walters. Sunday school
Those Prints mentioned last week have
ome. Call and see them. They are of every
lyle. Also those .Notions which are our
notions but not peculiar to us and we want
to divide tliem with you. We have also
Groceries, Hardware and Hats, Ready Mude
Clothing and a large and varied stock of
hop wade Shoes from Smaltz, Monroe & Co.,
Philadelphia, and every thing in our line.
Call and see us. Womack & Colvillb.
That Prosy Correspondent.
Uur attention was called to a cir
cumlocutory, miserable. Drosv commu-
nication in the Era this week, which
we read onlv to see the ear marh. and
finding them decidedly asinine, we had
n, amnnitmn tn wnatn nn niifh a stcdut
David Tatum, of Ohio, gives the following
statistics of the whiskey traffic in the U. S.
annually accordiug to the best authorities
Amount of sales $ 700.000.000
800,000 paupers at a cost of 100,000,000
Cost of crime - 40,000,0 0
Waste of grain, fruits, 4c 50,000,000
I n. nf inrliiatrv hv drunkards
and tipplers 225,000,000
Cost of manufacture and deal-
ing in the traffic .... 300,000,000
The aupport of insane, idiots, '
Total waste to the country 1,500,000,000
... 3 J- X- .AaIMA Kil OOm OfMI
ii maul w Koveruuicu i v,
Which mihstracted leaves an
annual loss of $1,450,000,000
It costs the lives of 60,000 drunkards. I be
number of drunkards made is 500,000 an
nually in the U. S.
Forty years trial ku proved " BLACK,
DRAUGHT" the best liver mediciue in
For sale by J. B. Ritehey.
Department of Etiquette.
Always enter a church slowly and rever
entially. 1 A gentleman must remove his hat and
St replace it till ho passes-out of the door.
1 Conform str-l- the forms of wor
ship. This yon will learn by watching
S A lady should not remove her gloves in
church except the right hand glo -e at com
4 It is ill-bred for gentlemen to congre
gate in the vestibule and chat and stare at
Filmore Brown, and Wm. Flerman
Nashville, were in town this week.
Mrs. J. h, Ramsey returned from a visit
to her parents at Stevenson a few days ago.
Mr. D.D. Evans, representing Dr. McLean's
celebrated medicines, was in town this week.
Our jovial friend Charlie Shivers, returned
this week from Winchester anil Lynchburg.
Miss Eva Muzzy has been on a visit to Tul-
lahoma for a week or ten days.
Col. Sam G. Jones, Engineer on the exten-
tion, returned Wednesday to his post
Mr. Wilson, representing the Hat interest
of Goodbar & White, Nashville, was in town
Jas. S. Doyle came in again Thursday,
from a water bound trip above, and was cir
culating among his many friends yesterday,
John L. Ramsey Jr., left Tuesday for Nash
ville to buy and ship cattle, and returned
Mr. 0. 1). Byres, of the 14th district has
six ewes which have 13 lambs II Let the
boys work out this in figures.
Dr. W. B. Cummlngs, of Increase, was in
town yesterday and called at the Standard
office to renew his subscription.
Messrs. Cummings & Russell, whose fami
lies are spending the winter in MuMinnville,
hare been on a visit to them this week.
Mrs. Goodpasture returned from Sparta on
a visit to her sick mother, stopped over one
night in McMinnville, artid left for her home
in Nashville yesterday.
J. F. Morford left for Ciueinnati last Mon
day to lay in a spring stock of goods, accom
panied by his daughter, Miss Florcuce, who
goes on a pleasure trip.
Miss Lou Macon and her sister Bettie, were
in town one nice day this week. Miss Lou
has charge of the Music department of
Brookside Semiuiuary, Prof. Cumming's
Col. Andrew J. Gage, who has been with
us for some days in the interest of Mosler,
Bahmann & Co., dealers in Fire and Burglar
Proof Safes, Cincinnati, O., left for Sparta
J. P. Stanton and C. Q. Murphy, of Chat
tanooga, having charge of Marbdry cut. on
the railroad extension, and the commissary
department of the same, paid us a pleasant
visit and read the Chattanooga papers this
Mr. Kelton, the proprietor of the mam'
moth poltry yard we mentioned last week in
Dekulb, was in town a few davs ego. He
says he has his 15 acres fenced and his poul
try yard now in operation. He intends to
raise chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks.
To the Editor f the Standard
In your paper elsewhere is a state
ment made by me as to what passed
between you and myself about the pe
tition signed by yourself, Mr. Wallace
and others. When you called on me
I did not undertake to give you a full
detail of all I remembered, but in re
sponse to your question I answered
about what you published. The same
day that Mr. Wallace and I went home
he (Wallace) asked me about my rec
ollection of the matter, and as I had
nothing to occupy me, I gave him a
full detail of it, the ubstauce of which
he published, in this weeks paper. Aa
I do not want anything I Lavo said to
do injustice to any one, I here state in
my own way and language all 1 remem
ber about the petition.
Mr. r ratik spui-locn, who was at the
time my partner, told me one morning
when 1 came to the oihee, that he had
signed my name to a petition which
was all right, in a few minutes alter-
wards, some one came to my office and
presented another copy of the paper
for my signature, which I did not sign,
etvinir as a reason that mv name was
to another paper.. Thus far I am posi
tive, and mv recollection is that it was
D. F. Wallace that presented this pa
per, but about this 1 could be mistak
en, as my recollection is not clear on
Very much desiring all differences
l,etWcon our home papers to be satis-
- l ' I 1 1 .1 .!..
irtctoriaiv seinoa, ana 10 see ineui joiu
hands and make a common Dame lor
the general good of the countiy,
1 remain yours itespecttuiiy,
Ex Gov. Jas. D. Porter, has been elected
President of the N. & C & St Louis R. R.,
viae E. W. Cole resigned.
The C. S. R. R. gave a grand excursion
and Banquet to a large number of invited
guests this week.
If we had been 2o years old we might have
been invited but we can't help it!
The L. & N. R. R. has purchased from
the N. C. the Illiuois 4 Indiana divisions
of the St. Louis A Southeastern and the
vweuauuru a. i,n..iiii,
Work has been ordered to begin on the
Georuia Western from Atlanta to Blount
Hon. John W. Burton.
This able Chancelor has announced him
self as a candidate for the office which he
now holds, and which he is filling so faith
fully, and satisfactorily to the country.
See his card in the Standard.
Good Bye, If Yon are Gone !
The Era talks in its last two issues
aWni not holdinz any further com
munication with us. We don t blame it
We suppose that it has occasion to re-
grat w..k ... . v- -
n.A n il! taaI lnAltf at thA npnflr.
A w.UA t Unrm hnit olyOBrlV I If I
IXPUlCV TV J Till! iwnv.ll v-
ture of the Era for it is an excellent
counselor to give advice on any tide of
all Questions. It first takes one side
and then the other, and then neither.
If it does go we will feel like singing
REQUIEM TO ITS DEPARTURE.
Old Father Era, that good old paper,
We ne'er shall see it more;
It nsed to wear the kiak tax eoat,
All buttoned dovn before I '
Yes, Father Era, that good old paper,
Of twenty-five years or more ;
It took the (its and suddenly died,
'Cause it signed the 50-4 1
and fever impossible.
Pine Bluff, March 12, 1880.
To the Editor of the Standard :
Send one copy of your paper one year to
R. M. Bradshaw, Pine Bluff, Warren county,
Tenn. More next week.
I learn the rail road work is being pushed,
wet or dry. They have cars in use in the
Miller cut, hauling three yards of earth to
ine car, ana seem 10 oe moving material very
satisfactorily. When the driver "whoops up"
the car mule goiug iu to the cut, the sound
at a distance makes "us country people"
think of "sure enough" cars rolling by at an
early date. The firm of J no. F. Fletcher &
Co. is very popular with our people, and we
wish them Much speed, early completion of
road and financiul success.
Candidates for county patronage are be
ginning to shake hands with the populace.
Lively contests looked for generally. As
for sheriff Steakley "agiu" the field.
Mud Creek has hd a "fullness" this week,
and to date retains much of the same.
Mr. Cashdollar, of White, organized a
singing school last week (12 lesson session)
in this (3rd) district ; thirty or more lassies
and lads are in attendance, mastering the
Where will our depot of this section of
the rail road be located? If the Engineer
corps will look over the surrounding coun
try, loo4ic, farms, wealth, roads, &C, the
desirable ptiut will be about JauiesfA'tit's
The saw mills received a numbprof wal
nut "floats" from White last flush of Caney
Potatoes are plenty hereabouts at 50 cents
per bushel, oats 40 cts., corn 40 cts., fodder
$1 per hundred binds. Health of this sec
tion of Wurren good. Mrs. Juo. Roland,
who was thrown from her horse last week
(breaking her arm) is recovering rapidly un
der the treatment of Dr. Cummings. R.
Diurki.L, March, 14, 1880.
To the Editor of the Standard:
There is nothing of special news in this
part of the county just now. However, Mr. L.
P, Evans began his spring session at Bluff
Springs on lust Monday, with very flattering
prospects foi a good school. We learn from
Capt. John W. Bass, that Eld. Rob't. Keaton
entered school on the first dny with the de
termination to acquire for himself a liberal
education. We are glad to know that the
old man has conw to this determination, and
it ought to encourage the young to take hold
witu renewed energy, ilieiitlie boys may
laugh a little at the sight of as old a man as
the Eld. is, (which is about 50 ), starting to
school, but we should not be surprised that
at the close of school that he had made more
or greater progress than many others that
have bad greater facilities. He bus lived
long enough to see aud realize the need of
The turnpike question is advancing slowly
but huruioniously so far as we liuve been in.
formed. Many of the citizens are highly in
favor of having a good road from your town
to Snnthville, and we would think strange
of any man that would not, provided he had
to travel or transport anything over the roads
in the condition thai they have been in for
the past few days. Then let us all along the
line of said road put our shoulders to the
wheel uud push the road through, we can
then travel with ea&e and comfort both to
ourselves and onr animals. Just a little ex
ertion upon the part of all our good citizens
would make us a good road. It would won.
derfully improve our lands lying along said
road, then let every one go to work with a
determination to build said pike.
Farmers are beginning to complain on
account of the rain; the plow, and most. of
the farm work is at uu ebb for the past few
days owing to the gnat amount of ruin full.
We would advise our farmvrs to be patient,
a wise aud beneficial providence knows what
is best, the clouds will be dispelled and the
sun will visit us again with bis warm aud
Glad to see so many of our good people
takiug such an interest in your valuable
A word to farmers.
To the Editor of the Standard :
The past few weeks have been productive
of many suggestions, as to the hows and
wherefores, all relative to the excessive wet
weather aud impassable roads.
Certainly the most obtuse observer can not
fail to see the great necessity for good turn
pike roads, and bridges. As things are now,
the farmer can not market bis produce, no
matter what the advance iu price, but must
wait the drying up of the roads, and subsid
ing of the streams.
How much more would it be to his advan
tage to pay a little toll and have the bene
fit of good roads, bring double the amount
and in less time, saying nothing of wear and
tear of stock and wagons, besides when too
wet to plow, could take advantage, of the
wet and bring his produce to market; tak
ing the advantage of good weather to work
his farm. Go to work and build good roads,
you jwill not only add to the value of yous
land frcn 10 to 20 per cent., but will add
that much more to the material Vealth of
Now is the time to keep the ball in mo
tion. Let every portion of the county agree
to ask for a charter and form a company
having shares at not over $25, so any -one
can becoqie a stock-holder, ana -no doubt
the corporation of McMinnville will take a
liberal amount of shares in each road. The
county will no doubt build bridges and be
come to that amount stock-holder in each
road. Do not let the present boom pass.
- L. J.
That t offee Pot.
That tin coffee pot is not yet disposed of,
Some of our exchanges are accusing us of
writing poetry about it and seenis not to
know how it came into our possesf.io.i. We
just si in ply deny the charge and coll for the
Ab Expi.natlon Needed.
I . . . . , . .
A farmer in I.' t - ountry, not
town fellows,' says he killed a very fat cow
for beef recently and found in her stomach
12 four .penny nails and one watch key.
That she fattened very fast
for sale cheap a new, latest im
nraved Wilsou Sewine Machine. Also a
good Well Pump of any sire or capacity
desired. Will eel) both tor cash cheap, or
half cash and balance in wood and country
produce. Call on me at the Standard of
fice. R. P. Baker.
Mr. John Wilson married at Scotteboro
last week, and returned with his fair bride
THE GREAT LESSON OF THE WEEK.
Subject THE TRUE AND THE FALSE.
The Two Builder The Witt and the Foolish.
"Beware of false prophets which come to
you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they
are ravening wolves."
"Ye shall know tbem by their Iruits."
A ornnil trvn PKiinnt brum forth evil fruit.
neitl(fr ca a corrupt tree bring forlh g0J
The wise man builds his houso upon the
rock, but the foolish, upon the sand the
one stands, hut the other fulls, and great is
the fall thereof.
This is the substance of the great Lesson.
And as a singular coincidence, our ministers
preached as follows on Sunday.
Rev. II. J. Craig took Neheniah vi. 3.
"I am doing a great work, so that I cannot
come down :" He showed the great work to
be the Christian's work, the true work, and
the interference of the enemy to be the
'false' work. Here we have the true and the
false the wise and foolish builders j the good
tree, and the corrupt.
Rev. M. B. DeWitt had his subject pre
sented to him iu an anonymous letter and is
as follows: "The place or condition Heav
en ; the place or condition Hell." His text
was Matt, xxv- 48,
"Aud these shall go away into everlasting
punishment; but the righteous into life
He argued that Heaven is a place a de
lightful place ; that Hell is a place a miser
able place ; that Heaven is a state of perfect
holiness, and thut hell is a state of sin ; that
Heaven is the blissful home of God and an
gels, aud all saints, and Hell is the eternal,
dismal prison of the Devil uud his angels
and all unrepentant sinners.
Here also appeared the true and the false,
the wise and the foolish builders, and the
good and evil trees, with their fruits. Heav
en is the place of the true, Hell, of the
false. As to' the location, he said nothing
had been revealed, and hence nothing
Elder J. C. Martin, discoursed from the
text, II Tim. ii. 15,
"Study to shew thyself approved unto
God, a workman that needetli not to be
ashumed, rightly dividing the word of truth
1 How to read the Bible to profit a true
way and a false.
2 How to read it iu order-a true way, and
3 God being a God of order, gave a book
of order. Here, is order the true, against
disorder the false.
4 The purpose in reading, may be either
true, or false.
5 The application of what we read my be
either true or false. The great lesson
though not designed particularly so, on Mr.
M.'s part, appears plainly iu his teachings
Rev. Alex Cowan, took for his text, I Tet.
"But ye are a chosen generation, a royal
priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar peo
ple, thut ye should show torth the praises of
him who both called you out of darkness in
to his maivelous light."
Here we have the true and the false plain
ly set forth. The chosen are the true and
wise builders, and those who are not the pe
culiar people, are the foolish builders.
That all denomiutious have some of the
true people, as well as some of the false.
That no one denomination can claim to have
all of either. That God's people are scatter
ed among all denominations. The discourse
was characterized by earnestness and zeal, is
wen as uoeranty. jo relerence was Had to
the great lesson, but the reader will see how
it may be applied.
Rev. J. M. Walters, without regard to the
great lesson, and any concert of aetiou with
the others, took for his text, John viii. 37,
"If any man thirst, lilt him come unto me
Here the great teacher makes the distinc
tion between men, those who thirst, and
those who do not, the true and false, the
wise aud unwise builders. The churaeter
invited and who accepts isnhe true and wise
one, the one who refuses is the unwise one.
The invitation is not limited, nor the power
to save, it is whosoever ivtlt, and whosoever
will not. He who will, builds wiselv : he
who wills nut builds foolishly.
We have given the above to show the co
incidence iu the teachings of the different
pulpits in town, on one di
Who Handed the 604 Paper Round 1
A. M. BURNKY'S STATEMENT.
We met D. F. Wallace in Fleming's drug
store with the paper in hand with his name
signed. He handed it to us, we signed it,
and he handed it to Dr. Fleming, who signed
it and D. F. Wallace handed it to W. V.
Whitson to sign. This we saw. Messrs. liar
well, Murray and Spurlock speak for them
selves hear thera.
D. F. WALLACE'S CERTIFICATE'
"We never refuted, or attempted to refute
or deny that we signed the petition to the
bondholder, and we did it in Dr. Fleming's
drug store" ; "and that you signed af
ter us, and Dr. Fleming after you." See D.
F. Wallace's statement in Era of March 18,
1880. This is whut we say too. Ed.
Mx. M. B. Harwell says :
"Mr. Wallace gives a statement in his pa
per purporting to be what I said. I deem
it an act of justice to state the matter my.
self. I said to Mr. Buroey that D. F. Wal
lace, according to my best recollection, pre.
sented the paper to me near the post office
door, and if he did not Kennedy did."
MR. MURRAY'S STATEMENT.
I stated to Mr. Burney that after my name
had been signed to the paper, that another
copy was presented, and to the best of my
recollection it was presented by D. F. Wal
lace. I do not think any thing was said be.
tween Mr. Burney and myself as to whether
my recollection was clear or not, as that was
not mentioned, if it had been, I would have
told him that it was not clear.
Wm. T. Mcrray.
MB. 8PCRL0CK'B STATEMENT.
I did circulate a petition encouraging the
50-4 proposition, and obtained numerous
signatures. I am unable to recollect tht cir
cumstances attending each particular signa
. ; .2
lure in iaut reuieniuer uui lew ui ine names
on the petition. But I never presented it to
Mr. A. M. Burney, nor to any fcrowd of which
he was a member, and I am satisfied he did
not sign the petition I had at least while I
was "carrying it around."
WANTED""" At Xilfi OfllCC
Copies of the eo E ra from May to
Nov, of 1879, for which we will pay
ne Whes't market price ia extracts o!
- fwny reading taerein contaiueu, junny
for the low tax people.
We are in earnest ; we want the pa-
pers. ia rx parte urmmuiee.
T" . . tit
want them for another Utile acephalvut
aflair that the Era will "push" out soon
Ona dollar's worth of "BLACK
DRAUGHT" will save fifty dulbrs i
For sale by J. B. Ritehey,
Election First Thursday in August Next.
We are authorized to announce
W. Li. STEAKLEY
as a candidate for re-election to the office of
NherlfT of Warren County
at the election in August, 1880.
Is a candidate for re-election to the office of
Trustee aud Tax Collector.
Thankful for the trust oonfided by his fel
low-citizens, he respectfully solicits them to
continue thei preference and try him again.
MCMINNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Officb Southern Standard,!
McMinnville, March, 19, 1880. J
WHKAT-V bu. $1 10 (u) 1.15
Corn slielled, mixed, $i bu. 37c; white,
Oats ft bu. 35c. to 40c.
Flour 3.50 '100 lbs.
Lard IS lb. 714 ft 8c.
Meal bu. 45c.
Chickens 10 to 14c.
Butter- Ih. 8 to 12c.
Eggs "9 doz. 5o.
C.INHEd lh. $1 00 to $1 05.
ItEKSWAX ft. 18c.
Feathers lb. 35 to 37o.
Tallow-I Ih. 4Kc
Dried Aitlks p lb. 5n.
White Means "a bu. 75c.
Stock l'Kas "P bu. 50 to 00c.
Pork 4 'Ae.
Potatoes Irish from 50 to CO cents
Sweet 60 to 75.
COUNTRY CHURCH DIRECTORY.
We have established this Directory believ
ing as we do that It is more necessary in the
country than in the town, and ask all our
friends to aid us in rendering it as complete
Faulkner's Chapel Services every altern
ate Sabbath at 11 a. in. by Kev. K. J.
Or a in ; and 2d Sabbath at 3 p. m. by Klde?
J. M. Walters.
Crisp's Springs Grange Hall. Services
2d Sabbath in March at 11 (i. m. by Elder
W. Y. Kuykendall.
yew Smyrna Services 2nd Sabbath alter
nately by Elder Kuykendall.
melt s f ord Services second Nabbath in
each month at 11 a. tn. by Elder Patrick
1'hiUidtlphia Services on second Sabbath
n each month at 11 a. m. by Elder W. Y,
Suil.on Services eve.-y 1st and 3d Sab
bath iu each month at 11 a. m. by Kev. W.J.
Liberty Services everv' 2d and 4th Sab
bath at 11 a. m. by Rev. W. J. Haden. Sun-
duv-Scliool everv sabbath at 9 a. m.
Hebron Services third Sabbath in each
month at 11 a.m. by Elder Nullev. Also
once or twice a month by Rev. Jas. Smith
ro?m Rev. W. J. linden preaches at
this place once a month at night on the 3d
Hoi.coMn'8 Church Services once
month on 3d Sabbath by Elder Wesley Kid
Mount Vernon Services once a month nn
the 4:h Sabbath at 11 a. in. by Rev. Mr. Gil
JXew Union Services once a month on
the Sabbath at 11 a. m. by Rev. Mr. Gil
Summitrile Services regularly by Kev,
J5. Davis, I'. V.
Vervilla Services regularly bv Rev. C.
B. Davis. P. C.
Dripping Springs, or Pleasant Hill Ser
vices regularly bv Kev. C. It. Davis, P. C.
henard Owens .services monthly on
the 3d Sabbath at 3 o'clock p. m., by Rev.
Hieknrv Grove Serviopn monthly, on the
4th Sabbath at 11 a. ni. by Kev. Mr. Uilbert.
JSelhlthem Services on first sabbath ol
each month at 11 a. m. by Rev. A. C. Tntum
Morrison services every Thursday niirht
before the first Sunday in each month by
Kev. C. n. llavis.
Bio Spring (Baptist) 3d Sunday (and
Saturday before) by Hugh A. I iinniiigliain
Pastor. Sabbath School everv Sunday.
Canen ISraneh Fourth Sunday (and Sat
rday before). Hugh A. Cunningham, 1'as
tor. Sabbath School every Sunday.
Oak Grort, or Barren Fork Second Sun
day (and Saturdny before). W. M. Janes,
Fellou'uhin (Bnptist) second-finnday (and
Saturday (before). Hugh A. Cunningham,
F& A. M. Warren, No. 125 1st Monday
niirht in every montii, in their hall over
the court room. Aoam Ciltoss, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3rd Thursday
night iu every month.
. It. Kennedy, II. V.
F. McMinnville. No. 14fi: every
Tuesday nieht, iu their Hall over H. H.
Faulkner & Co. A. C. Gross, N. G.
-1st Thursday night iu
A. M. Blrnkv, C. P.
NIGHTS OF HONOR Mountain City.
XT II.'. II. 1. 1 Paln... tloll Qn,l 0...1
11U. iiu, vtiu A cuuno unlit hu nuu
4th Monday nights in every month.
E. muzzy, v.
fNIGHTS AND LADY'S
aud 4th Thursday nights iu every month.
J.V. MAKTI.N, r.
CHANCERY Sits 1st Monday in May an
November; John V. Burton, Judge j J.
CIRCUIT Sits Tuesday after 4th Monday
in January, May, and September; J.J.
Williams, Judge ; A. J. Curl, Clerk.
nOUNTY Sits,by quorum 1st Monday in
J every month ; full court every quarter;
John W. 1 oh les, r.sq., Chairman ; Bam lien.
THER COUNTY OFFICIALS-W. L.
Steakly, Sheriff: W. L. Swan, Register ;
Isain ltrown, lax Collector and trustee
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; R. M. Argo, Jailer;
C. C. Smith, County superintendent of Pub'
"MAYOR J, C. Biles; Councilmen II. L,
111 Walling, Recorder, A. H. GroBs, Jesse
Walling, W. W. Vaughan, R. T. Laue, W.
V. hitson. Marshal, Martin l'helps.
MoM. fc ai.it. 11.
One train daily, and return.
LEAVES. I ARRIVES.
McMinnville 10:00a.m. McMinnville 5 p.m.
lullahoma 2:1. p.m. I lullahouia liAj"
Connects with traiu fur Chattanooga 1:10p.m.
iashviue aao "
Telegraph office at the depot. Night mes
sages sent at nan rates.
r . W. JOHNSON,
Ageut and Operator.
P AILP.OAD Leaves
10 a. m.; arrives 5
lb p. m
LjrAtti a uauy stage leaves 8 a. m.; ar-
O rives 6 p. m.
SMLTHYILLE Horse leaves 1 p. m., and
and arrives at 12 noon, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Satardays. On Fridays,
leaves e a. m., ana arrives T p. m.
TOODBURY Hon.' leaves Q a. m.) ar-
II fives 8 p. ni,, on Wednesdays and tr
IRVING COLLEGE Horse leaves 5
1 m.; arrives 7 p. tn., on Thursdays and Sat.
a a vs.
Post office hours from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
E. Kennedy, P. M.
p. w. Lewis.
lliii mm?, Slim
LEWIS & FAULKNEK, Proprietors.
South Spring Street, -
We are now prepared to do all kinds of work
der and keep on hand
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, EXPRESS AND FARM WAGONS.
PAINTING, BLACKSMITHINC AND RAPAIRINC
done at all times and on reasonable terms.
work and price.
We ask the citizens of Wnrren and adjoining
home industry. We give our personal attention
all times be glad to wait upon customers.
Marcn ia, issu.
Latest Styles and line.t Make
CMnnufapturt'cl and Imported Vy5
M. B. HARWELL, McMinnville,
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dressing
LOOK CASES, DESKS, SECRETARIES;
ALL MADE OR IMPORTED TO ORDER
Done at lowest rates, and attended by Mr. Harwell in person. The nicest 11 E A IIS E in
the mountain district.
Every style of Itarylng Case from the
wooden coffin. SATISFACTION
All Carpenter's work done to order and on most accommodating
E. W. Ml'NPORD.
HUHFORD & SPURLOCK,
Attorneys at Law.
Office formerly occupied by Gen. B. J. WW,
South-East Corner Public Square.
DR. R. P. RANSOM,
McMinnville,'. . tenn.
nt llov. Joe Myers.
Examination and eon-luarT-tjunl
McCOItD, BOOMER & CO.,
Wwleaah Dealers in?
No. 223 Main Street,
Louisville, - Ky
WM.LITTERER & CO,
and Dealers in
Imported and Domestic
No. 90 South Market St.,
R. Swofford and W. T. York, adm'rs of
U. W. York vs. A. I. York et at.
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
1 the Clerk and Master from complainants
bill, which is sworn to, that the ile
fondants, P. L. Duncan and wife, Fan
me l'nncan, ana w. w. tone, sr non
residents of the State pt Tennessee, to
that the ordinary process of law l annot be
served on them ; it is therefore ordered that 1
publication be maqe in the southern Stand
ard, a newspaper published at McMinnville,
Tenn., for four consecutive weeks, command
ing the sail defendants to appear on or be
fore the next term of this court, to be hold
en attbeonurthoiissiii McMinnville, Tenn.,
the first Monday of May, 186(1, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to said bill
or the same will be taken for confessed as
to them and set for hearing ex parte. This
March i, 16 SO.
J. C. BILES, C. 4 M.
Hv A. B. Ramsey. I). C.
T. J. R. SWOFFOKP, Solicitor for complain
A. II. KAI LKXKR.
- McMinnville, Tcmu
in our line of business. Wo make to or.
Nutinluotlou tjiuarauteeil Iu all
counties to give us a trial and encourage
to all work done lit our shop, and will at
-. LKWIS.& FAULKNER.
Cases, Wardrobes, Tables,
Finest Cincinnati Casket to the commonest
G VA HA STEED.
T. F. BURROUGHS.
JNO. 8. BUKKOl'GHg,
North East Main Street,
McMinnville, - Tennessee.
i. r. liriiwiis k s
Wholesale and Retail
I RO 1ST,.
Produce and Provender;
Agent or the Celebrated
OLIVER CHILLED PLOW.
By the Case or Single Tuir, at Very
ffl(M m MATERIAL
SPOKES, RIMS, HUBS, &c.
Of all Kinds Tuken in Exchange for
...and all kind of..-
.Also Publisher of..
arMlSICAL CARINETS, OR
CUINETTES, ami all other kind
of Mechanical Organs that render
th most diillcnlt music easily
jtlaj ed by anybody, a specialty.
Send for Circular to 101 M Avenue
NON RESIDENT NOTICE,
H' C. Womark,J C. Ilughrsetal vs. Rowen
Ilughrs, Abner Hughes and Fannie Hughe,
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn,
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEAPINQ TO
1 the Clerk aud Master from con. plain,
ants' bill, which is sworn to, that the defsa
danta.Hnwena, Abner and Fannie Hughes art
nnn-resmcnts of the Ktute of Tennessee, a
that the ordinary process of law cannot b
served on them. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made in the Southern
Standards newspaper published at MvMina
ville, Tenn., for four oonsecutive weeks com
mamliiig the said defendants to appear be
fore the next term of this oourt, to be hold
en at the court house in Mp.Minnville.Teon..
the first Monday in May, ,l(oo, then ana
there to plead, answer or demur to said bill,
or the same will betaken for confessed aa
to them and set for hearing ex ptrU. Feb.
ruary 20, UN).
J. C. PILES. C. A. M.
Womack 4 MritKAY, Solicitors for com.
l.M 1 F
foot who come in.